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SOME MORTGAGE LAWS.
Interesting Points of a Su
preme Court Decision.
Matters luvolved in the Mortgaging
of a Barley Crop.
Circumstances Which Caused the Suit.
The Decision of the Lover Court
An important opinion was received by
Clerk Aahmore yesterday from the su
preme court on the question of mort
gages. The decision is as below:
Charles Yost, assignee, appellant, vs.
the Commercial Bank of Santa Ana,
respondent. —This appeal waß taken from
a judgment in favor of the defendant,
and comes here on the judgment roll
It appears that T. H. Owens and J. 11.
Edington for several years had been
partners in the business of cultivating
barley in Orange county, on the San
Joaquin ranch ; that the land on which
a certain crop of barley waa raised, in
volved in this action, was leased by
Burcs alone, and that Edington was a
silent partner; that Burns obtained a
loan of $2000 from the defendant, a bank
ing corporation, and to secure hia note
therefor executed a chattel mortgage on
the crop then growing on tbe leased
premises. Thia money was used in
raising the crop.' Afterward, on Sep
tember 12,1889, both partners made an
assignment in .writing of all their inter
est in the crop to F. K. Ludlow, which
instrument was duly acknowledged and
recorded. This assignment stated that
it was subject to the chattel mortgage to
Owenß never paid the money due on
the note secured by the chattel mort
gage, and on September 22, 1889, Lud
low, the assignee, gave his assent where
by the defendant received possession of
the growing crop, threshed, harvested
and sold it, and applied the proceeds as
directed in the chattel mortgage.
After this Owens and Edington be
came voluntary insolvents, under the
statutes of the state, and their assignees
brought this action for recovery of pos
session of the crop of barley in sacks,
and for damages for its detention.
The defendant corporation made a
general and specific denial, and after
reciting the law points and deductions
therefrom, the supreme court says:
"We deem it unnecessary to nstice any
point made, and we see no reversible
error in the record, and advise that the
judgment be affirmed."
MORE SOULS SAVED.
Continuation of the Success of the Mills
There is something in the simple
earnestness of the Rev. B. Fay Mills
which makes hiß influence a growing
one in the city. The meeting last night
showed no falling off in attendance from
any of the previous meetings, and there
were some two hundred people who
responded to the request of the revival
ißt to stand alter a snort discourse. Thiß
request was varied somewhat last night.
It was that any who were willing to be
Christians if they could have the way
pointed out. The usual excitement of
revivals is absent from these meetings,
and they do not partake of the scenes
usually incident to revivals. Their
characteristic feature is the marked
absence of such demonstrations.
After the preliminary singing, in
which the immense congregation joined
with wonderful effect, Mr. Mills read
some verses from the 18th chapter of
Luke, illustrative of the nature of the
Pharisee. He laid particular stress
upon the words, "Lord be merciful
to me a sinner," and "suffer little chil
dren to come unto Me." The hymn,
Why Not Come to Him Now? was sung,
and then followed the sermon, suggested
by the verses.
The revivalist spoke principally to the
words, "One thing thou lackest,"
which were directed, he said, to a man
who wished to be a Christian but yet
determined to keep to hie own way
about it. He lacked one thing, which
whs to give up his own will. This was
the essential thing—to give up our wills
to the Lord. It was a terrible thing not
to be aware of our own needs—to be
self-deceived. As soon as the will is
surrendered, the trusting one begins to
see. Salvation is letting God make
what he wants of us. To be saved, he
said, is to be a man ; to be lost is to be
something less than a man. No man is
doing the best he can until he gives
himself up to the righteousness of God.
Those who have not given themselves
entirely up to God are in a position of
The sermon abounded ; n graphic illus
trations, and at its close the after service
was largely attended.
COURT NEWS IN BRIEF.
Note* of Cases Acted On Yesterday.
An interlocutory decree for the plain
tiff waa given by Judge Wade yesterday
in the suit of Kohler va. Wilkenson.
Twenty days' additional time was
granted ia the suit of Craig vs. Godfrey
for a motion for a new trial by Judge
The suit of Snow Church Co. vs. Abel
in department three has been continued
until May 27th.
Ten days' time was allowed defendant
in the Buit of L'ryan va. James to file
Judge Wade ordered the drawing of
forty jurors yesterday for May 14th.
Judge Smith yesterday continued the
case of the People vs. P. L. Hoffman
until June 23d for trial.
In the suit of the City of Los Angeles
va. D. Freeman, before Judge Van Dyke
yesterday, the defendant's bill of ex
ceptions was allowed and liled.
The suit of Baker va. the Southern
California Railway company has been
continued for the session by Judge Van
A judgment for $2586 was given for
the plaintiff in the suit of Hawks vs.
Crater, before Judge Van Dyke yester
John Roberts, W. B. Nicholson and
Albert Workman were the witnesses ex
amined iv the case of the Los Angelea
F. & M- company vs. Hoff et al., before
Judge Van Dyke yesterday.
Herman Schlegel, of Germany, and
Conrad Brudscb, of Switzerland, were
naturalized by Judge Williams yester
The case of Kidwell va. Greeley, in
department six, was continued until
June 13th yesterday.
Frank Matthiae, of Germany, wa3
naturalized by Judge Clark yesterday.
Yeaterdav, in department five, the
suit of McLeod vs. Steele waß passed,
pending a settlement between the par
tle ßandoloh vs. Holloway. in depart
ment five, has been continued until
M Ap 2 etHion for probate was granted by
Judge C'ark yesterday in the estate ol
8. Hadrill. , . , A , n „
Letters were granted and a bond for
$20,000 filed in the estate of Charles K.
Commerlin, before Judge Clark yester
Five days' additional time was al
lowed defendant to plead in the suit of
Pomona National bank vs E. D. Rice et
A marriatre license was yesterday
granted to T. J. Harris, native of Mis
souri, aged 28, and Nannie Collins, na
tive of California, aged 22.
The sheriff's office yesterday recovered
the horse and phaeton of George Hinds
of Wilmington, stolen some days ago.
The rig bad been abandoned at Ver
New Suits Filed.
Estate of Mary J. McHugh, deed.—
Petition for letters.
P. Fitzwilliam vs. Fred P. Holland et
al.—Suit on a note for $2000.
Security Savings Bank and Trust
company vs A. C. Shafer et al.—Suit on
a note for $7361.
Mary E. Haynes vs. W. E. McMartin
et al.—Complaint on foreclosure of mort
gage for $11,000.
Albert C. Eserich vs. Wm. Moore, E.
Bouton snd J. G. Nichols—Suit on a
claim for $1694.
SUPERIOR COURT —DEPARTMENT ONE.
Woo Sue vs. Oung Chung Woo et al.
Alvarado vs Rawson et al.
People vs. A. E. McDonald—Sentence.
HUNTER BROKE HIS CANE
MANAGER DAVIS'S MASSIVE HEAP
WAS ALSO CRACKED.
How the Los Angeles Attorney Was Mis
represented In the San Fran
Mr. H. J. Hunter, the attorney of this
city who when the Juch opera company
was here attempted to collect some of
the money due the employees from
Manager Locke, as related in yester
day's Herald, had an altercation with
Assistant Manager J. Charles Davis,
and spoiled a handsome cane by break
ing it over Davis's head.
The San Francisco evening papers of
Wednesday picture Hunter ea a murder
ous ruffian, and Davis as being the vic
tim of a cowardly assault. The fact is
that Hunter struck Davis while the lat
ter was surrounded by a gang of hang
ers on of the impecunious opera com
pany, and was cowardly assaulted by a
couple of ruffianly members of the com
pany. Hunter is a small man who will
not weigh over 130 pounds while Davis
is a six footer, and will tip the beam at
about 200 pounds. Mr. Hunter during
his long residence here has never been
engaged in a brawl, and undoubtedly
was forced to act as he did in the present
The way the affair was reported in
San Francisco is shown by the following
extracts from the Post:
It was ahout 12 o'clock when he en
tered the Baldwin hotel. He walked di
rect to the office and there found
Charles E. Locke, manager of the Juch
company, and J. Charles Davis, assist
ant manager,standing near the counter.
Hunter walked directly up to the
gentlemen and joined in the conversa
tion. He said he represented a number
of claimants against the company in this
city and Los Angeles and he proposed to
get his money or know why.
Davis did the best he could to quiet
the excited lawyer, and told him that if
he would give the company a show he
would eventually be paidjin full. "You
are making trouble for us all the time
and injuring our business. You've
been gathering up all the claims you
could and putting ua to trouble. Now,
just give us a chance, and we'll do the
best we can for you."
Hunter did not like the reprimand
and the suggestion that he waa buying
up claims angered him.
"You're a liar," he roared at Davis.
As he spoke the words he raised aheavy
cane topped off with a big silver head.
Without a word of warning he brought
it down with terrific force on Davis'
The blow landed above the left eye
and cut a deep gash in the forehead.
The cane snapped in two pieces and
Davis reeled and.fell against the counter,
while Hunter made a dash for the Mar
ket-street door of the hotel.
Edward W. Dunn, R. H. Brackett, J.
D. Prince and other members of the
company were about and witnessed the
assault. As Hunter endeavored to beat
a retreat they followed him. When
near the door he pulled out a large
pocket-knife and was in the act of open
ing it when Prince hit him a punch that
sent him sprawling through the door to
the sidewalk. He fell, but was quickly
on his feet and was in the act of using
the knife when Dunn brought his cane
to bear, and the belligerent attorney
took a header which landed him in the
gutter. He managed to arise and took
leg bail down Market street, with I>unn,
Prince and others in pursuit.
Upon arriving at the Peerfesa saloon
he rushed in the Market-street door and
made his escape by dashing through the
Elliß-Btreet entrance and disappearing.
Once lost, it is difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time,
lest you become bald. Skookum root
hairgrower stops falling hair. Sold by
The letter of the propaganda to the
American bishops in regard to Arch
bishop Ireland's parochial school plan,
maintains tbe decrees of the council of
Baltimore; approves the action of Ire
land; regrets the attacks upon him,
and forbids further adverse discussion.
Xbe Doctors Are Utility.
Grave mistakes are made by physicians In
treating Heart Disease. The rate of sudden
deaths is daily increasing Hundreds become
victims of the ignorance of physicians in the
treatment of this disease. One In four peison3
has a diseased heart. Shortness of Breath,
Palpitation aud Fluttering, Irregnlnr Pulse,
Choking Sensation, Asthmatic Breathing, Pain
or Tenderness in Hide, Shoulder or Arm,
Weak or Hungry Spells, are symptoms of
Heart Disease. Dr. Miles'sNew He irt Cure is
the only reliable remedy. Th .v ands testify
to it« wonderful cures. Books free. Sold by
C. H. Hauce.
Hotel Arcadia, Santa Itlorica,
Is now open for the tourists' season.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1892.
WHAT IT REALLY IS.
The Moat Dangerous 0 f Modern Disor
ders Clearly Defined—Pneumonia and
What Causes It.
There has been a great mistake as to what
pneumonia really is. People, and even some
physicians, have called it a dangerous disease.
Pneumonia is always an after effect. If the
system is run dewn, weakened, debilitated, if
the life is at a the lungs may fill up
and the person die suddenly, aud it is called
pneumonia. No man or woman ever died of
pneumonia when the body waß strong, vigorous
and healthy. It cornea upon one when weak
ened by grip, by a severe cold or overwork and
a generally weakened condition. -Such being
the case, how can this dreadful trouble known
as pneumonia be prevented or warded off?
Manifestly, by strengthening aud fortifying the
body by having tbe health and strength so
secure that pneumonia will not attack, or if It
should, can easily be warded off. This can be
done by careful living, careful diet and a
moderate use of a pure stimulant. To gently
assist nature a stimulant is required, something
that adds to the life and vigor. Nothing for
this purpose can equal pure whiskey, and it
si ould be borne in mind that the only pure
and medicinal whiskey which lias reci-ived the
unqualified indorsement of physicians and
scientists is Duffy's Pure Malt. It is no ordinary
whiskey, but possesses properties known to no
other article. It will effectually ward offpneu
mouia and has saved the lives of thousands of
people. It should be remembered, however,
that it is the only whiskey which can ac
complish this, aud any druggist or grocer who
seeks to convince you to the contrary is deceiv-j
ing. Insist upon having Duffy's Pure Malt. *■
O, What a Cough.
Will you heed the warning? The signal per
haps of tbe sure approach oi thai more terrible
disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you
can afford for tho sake of saving 50c. to run
the risk and do nothing for it. We know from
experience that Bhiloh's Cure will euro your
cough. It never fails. This explains why
more than a Million Bottles were sold the past
year. It relieves cronp and whooping* cough at
once. Mothers, do not be without It. For
lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous
Plaeter. Sold wholesale by Haas, Banch A
Co., and all retail druggists.
Arrowhead Hot Springs.
A mountain health and pleasure resort.
Elevation 2000 feet: pure air aud water, min
eral springs, mud baths, unexcelled In their
curative qualities; resident physician. Hotel
elegantly appointed; every modern conven
ience, incandescent electric lights in every
room. Six miles from Ban Bernardino. Daily
mail and stage. Reasonable rates. New and
liberal management. For particulars, call on
or address Stanton A Van Alstine, lessees. 11l
South Broadway, or W. W. Beach, manager,
New Process Gas Stoves,
With atmospheric burners, on exhibition at F
E. Browne's, 314 South spring street. A three
months' gas bill for one family's cooking, ?4.
Retiring from Business.
Wall paper, mouldings, Lincrnsta Walton, at
I cost, at W. B. Stewart's. 238 South Spring.
A Long Needed Want.
The enterprising proprietors, Garms & Zorb,
of the Olympic Hall, have opened a bowling
alley and shuffle board. All lovers of the
above games will please take notice.
Finest goods for the money; those latest
styles in hats at the New York Bazaar, 148
North Spring street.
"The Two Republics," Vickery Block.—You
will receive nine lessons In Spanish language
for 50 cents from Prof. Cuyas.
The above word isn't a cirenmstance to the
magnitude of Mullen, Bluett & Co.'s stock of
boys suits and odd pant?.
California Vinegar Works,
$65 Banning street, ojeposite soap factory,
near Alameda and First streets, one-naif block
Irsm electric light works.
Onr Home Brew.
Maier & Soeblein's l#ger, fresh from the
brewery, en draught In all the principal sa
:■ f->;,. delivered promptly In bottles or kegs
Office aud Brewery. 444 Allso st. Telephone 91.
Suits for bathing—Mullen, Bluett ,t Co.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
T/RENCH TANSY WAFERS—LADIES WILL
A 1 find these wafers just what they need, and
can be depended upon every time to give relief.
Safe and sure. Send by matl, sealed securely.
Price, ?2 per box. Emerson Drug Co.. manu
facturers San Jose, Cal , and for sale only by
GODFREY & MOORE, 108 S. Spring st„ and
H. G. VOECKELL, corner Fifth and Main.
3-20 cod 12m
PERSONAL— SILvERCOIN.THE VERY BEST
Southern California extra flour, 11.35; lieht
brown sugar, 20 lbs. $1.00; white sagar, 18 lbs.
$1.00; coal oil, 80c; gasoline, 85c; family lard,
8c; 4 boxes sardines, 25c; 3 cans Alaska sal
mon, 25c; 3 cans Ohio sweet corn, 2Sc; 1 gal
lon Golden syrup, 30c; crushed Java, 20c;
bacon, 12c. Free delivery in city. "RIGHT
PLACE STORES," 901 and 903 E. First and
100 to 106 N. Vignesst, WILL. H. WHEELER,
Proprietor. 3-13 tf
O AFEGUARDB FOR LADIES—CALL OR AL>-
I O dress, for particulars, the QUEEN'S REM
EDY CO., 113 W. Second St., rooms 21 and 22.
Lady ageuts wanted. 5-77t
ROF. STEARNS, THE OLDEST ASTROLO
ger in the State, is at 423 S. Spring St.
. "PERSONAL—MEDIUM, 236}* S. SPRING ST.
Jt Mrs. M. E. Weeks-Wright. 4-19' tf
MTTCONOMIC"—FRESH ROASTED COFFEE
JGi from our new Giant coffee roaster. Java
and Mocha, 35c lb; other grades, 30c, 25c;
sugars, browu, 23 lbs for?l; white, 17 lbs ?1;
germea, 20c; 6 lbs relied eats, 25c; 4 lbs rice,
25Qtj8 lbsjflaked hominy, 25c; 3 pkts starch,
25c: 4 cans sardines, 25c: 3 cans asparagus,
25c; gallon cans apples. 20c; 13 lbs navy beans,
25c; 5 lbs layer raisins, 25c; 3 lbs prunes, 25c;
can de-riiled ham, sc: 6 cakes pure glyeerias
Boap, 25c; sack flour, 71 and $1.35; hamß, 13c;
bacon, 12c; pork, 10c. "Economic" Stores, i
305 S. Spring st.
PERSONAL— RALPHB BROS — GOLD BAK
Flour, *1.35; City Flour, U.OO: Brown
Sustar, 20 lbs tl; Whiie Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00; I
4 boxes oardines, 25c; 3 cans salmon, 25c; 50- ]
bars Soap, |1: eastern f3«.Boline, 85c, and Coal
Oil, 85c; 2 lbs Corned Beef, 15c; Pork, 10c;
Lard, 10 lbs, 85c; 5 lbs, 45c. 601 S. Spring St.,
corSlxth. 12-2 tf
PERSONAL — MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOY
ant; consultations en business, love, mar
riage, disease, mineral locations, life reeding,
etc. Take Spring and Washington-st. car t»
Vermont aye., go south to Vine st., second
nonse from Vermont aye. i-27-tf
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MlL
wifery, Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Beilevue am C&lls promptly
tended to m 28 tf
RS. DR. WELLB REMOVED TO HESt
brick Slock, 127 E. Third St., bet. Main
and Lm Angei**; diseases of women, nervous,
reotol, steaiity and g»nito-urinary diseases
also electro thern^ontics; hours, 10 to 4.
RT C. EDGArc SMITH] " —
FEMALE AND RECTAL DISEASES
A specialty. Piles cuissd in from five to 2f
teen days without the knife or detention fnom
business. Office, corn.ir Main and Seventh nts.,
Robarts block. Tel. 1431. 9-11 tf
REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. D. OWWUSS
No. IC7K N.Main ot. Speolai attention givec
to obstetrics, diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles ai«d diseases of children.
Hour* 9to 11 a. m. and 2t04 n. m Telephone
THE IMPORTED SHIRE BTALLION "PRES.
ent King" will 3tand for a limited number
of maros. besides those of his owners, (or the
searon of 1892, at the Bsn Rafael Ranjh, fiar
vanza, Cal. "Present King" was fcaled in
1886 in Nottinghamshire, England, and took
several prizes at fairs in that country, one
amongst them being tbe first prize as a foal
at the Scottershow in 1886. He wa3 brought
to the United States in 1888, and has only
been exhibited once, when he took the first
premium at the Los Angeles fair oi 1889. He
stands 16 hands: is black with white spot on
forehead; weight about 1800 pounds, He is
entered in the English and American Shire
Horse Stud Books, and his pedigree includes a
long list of pr' z c winners. He is a very sure
foal-getter, and alarge band of his foahj can be
seen on ranch. Terms: $25 for ihe season, or
$10 for single leap, payable at time ofß©rvic°;
mares taken at their owners' risk; the usual
return privileges. For pedigree and further
particulars, atiply to C. 8. CAMPBELL-JOHN
STON, San Rafael Ranch, Garvanza, Cal.
WINES ANO LIQUORS.
rip VACHE & CO.,
JL • Freres & Co., wholesale dealers In wines
and liquors. Dopot for the colebrated brands
of Brookside Vineyard. Cor. Commei'oi&l and
Alameda sts., Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 309
Extra Zinfandel and Riesling at 600 per gallon.
AND OTHER CLASSIFIED -ADS.
Will be inserted in the columns of the DAILY
60 per Una per day.
$1 per lino per nionih.
Special rates lor a longer period.
gtf Persons wanting situations, help, or
who wish to rent, buyer sell property, will do
well to advertise In these columns.
ArTcOMPETENT TO H ANDLE
VV large herd cattle and ranch, until May
15th Address undersigned, at Tucson, Ari
zona 15th to Ist. earo Nadeau hotel, ALEX.
BLOOM FIELD. tt
TIT ANTED — BAI.KBLADY FOR CORSETS
YV and underwear; must be experienced.
Address H. (.'•• Box 30, this office. 5-13 3t
FOR SATURDAY AND
VV Sunday. 117 Commercial st. 5-13 2t
TO DO BF.C-
W ond work aud washing in small family,
at Redondo Beach. Apply at 511 N. Main St.,
room 2, between 2 and 4 o'clock p.m. 5-7 7t
TIT AN VeD-gTrL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
V* work. 416 Temple st. 5-11 tf
ALL NEEDING EELP _ PRiCK—
VV Employment or any information, address
E NITTTNGER'S BUREAU; established 1880
(Office, 319W S. Spring: rosidonoo, 451 3. Hope
st, cor. Fifth, Lea Angeles. Oal. Telephone US.
W" ANTEDi —AGENTS
advertisingscheme ever known. Patented.
Ev«ry merchant buys. Enclose stamps. ARUE
MFG. CO., Racine, Wis. 511 cod 14t
M boot-black, Hoiienbeck Hotel. 427 1m
ANTED—PICTURES TO FRAME, CHEaF
est place at BURNS', 256 8. Main st.
I">ARTIES DESIRING NICE OFFICE ROOMS,
public hall, or nice residence lots at a very
low figure, located in center of oltv, call at
Room i, up stairs, Grand Opera House build-
TJ. CUDDY & CO., GENERAL COMMIS
• SION Agents. Real estate and loans.
Will negotiate loans, manage property, make
collections, pay taxes, etc References: Banks
or business men of the city. No. 203 N. Main
St., opp. tf. S. Hotel' Los Angeles, Cal. 4-19 lm
OS ANGELES FLORAL STORK—CUT FLO W
ers, bouquets and plants. 128 W. Second St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. 3—12-tf
THE GREAT INDIAN RHEUMATIC CURE
is the greatest discovery made within the
last 100 years in patent medicines. For sale
by all leading druggists 10-17 91 I2m
OTIOE—THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
Company will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between
6 and 3 o'clock a. ra., and 6 and 8 o'clock p. m,
For a violation of tho above regulation the
water will be shut off and a fine of Xi will be
charged bofere water will be turned on again.
' Pasadena hotel and Jabout .4 acres of im
proved land. This property is situated six
miles from Los Angaleß, in the city of South
Pasadena, opposite the Santa Fe depot. The
hotel eoutalnß 40 sleeping looms, ana Is piped
throughout for gas and hot aud cold water and
a tied with electric bells. There are 120 orange
41 apricot, 52 peach, 17 nectarine, 6 quince, c
almond, 37 apple, 3 pear, 6 plum, 3 prune, 2
flg aud tl loquat trees, aud a small vineyard, to
gether with a beautiiul garden of flowers and
shrubs. For lurther particulars address or In
quire 0 DR. H. F. PITCHER, 17 N. Marengo
aye., Pasadena, Cal. 5-26 12m
nicely furnished cottage, 7 rooms; lawn,
shrubbery, stable, all iv complete order. In
quire on premises. 5-12 It
I7«OR RENT—3-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN.
'•216 East Third street. 5-11 3t
'X7iOR~RI?NT —HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY.
1? 0. A, Sumner & Co., 107 d. Broadway
4 12 tf
furnished, with board in private family,
by a gentleman. Address P. O. Box 484, Sta
tion U. 5-11 7t
TT-OR RENT —FINE SUNNY ROOMS, FtJR-
Ji nlshed. Hotel de Grenoble, 205 Aliso
and Los Angeles sts. 5-1 lm
FOB BALE—2O-HORSB POWER ENRIGHT
engine and Buffalo Pitt'* separator, in good
running order. Apply to 426 8. Main. 5121 m
LOST AND FOUND.
f OST—YESTERDAY AFTERNOON, BE
lj tween First and Spring sts. and "The
Deathman," on Hill St., between Sixth and
Seventh sts., an open-faced gold watch, with
drab ribbon attached. The finder will be suit
ably rewarded by leaving the same at "The
Heathman Housa" lor MRS. E. WEIR, Hoi
lingsworth. 4-12 21
FOUND— A RE 0 BEB? COW, BRANDED
"S. E." on left hip; came to Pellissier
Bros. 2 miles west of Westlake park, about 3
months ago. Owner can have cow by paying
all charges; if not claimed by May 2lst, the
cow will be sold for expenses. 5 12 lot
X OST —AN OXYDIZED SILVER CHAIN
lLi bracelet with a padlock attached, between
Main and Bunker Hill aye., on Monday. The
finder will please return to this office and re
ceive re ward. 5-104t
lOSTI OST—MONDAY, MAY 2D, A BAY MARE,
j white spot on forehead, long hair on fet
locks. Suitable reward paid if returned to 275
San Pdro st. M. TOMICH. 54 tf
FOR SALE —MISCELLANEOUS.
safe; has outside and inside folding doors;
plenty book space; price I'jw. Address HOW
ARD, this office. 5-13 2t
• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager In charge. Office, 212 8. Spring st.
ISSSStSSSSSSa overland exctja
yAHHSgpHßSii ' sfons for tbe East every
IffllmJffJffl Tuesday via Denver and
a»i»llll»«ll»llB Rio Grande R. R. and Bur-
lington Route. Tourist
W iSBBkHH sleeping cars,
f i?. IsftllUßsi T. H, DUZAN,
M, MteMaaS 204 S. Spring st,
\ , =£££ Los Angeles, Cal.
mm mrmiM mi 4 _j 3m
OAM N. OSBORNE, LIFE INSURANCE AND
O Atlantic Steamship Agency, No. 227 W.
First st. Tickets to and from all points in
Great Britain and Eurooe; lowest rates.
TMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE;
J. ihe Sauta Fe route, shortest through car line
to the east; daily through trains to Chicago;
special family tourist sleeping car excursions
for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago and New
York personally attended through to Boston by
Santa Fe excursion conductors, For cheapest
'.ickets and full information apply to any agent
Southern California Ry, and City Ticket Office
Santa Fe Rome, 129 N. Spring st„ Los Angeles.
I PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leav* Los Angeles every Tuesday.
Personally conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Office No. 13* South Spring St. Itf
HONOLULU TOURS—HUGH B. RICE, BPE
clal agent Oceanic S. S. Co. Office: 124
W. Second st; P.O. Box 1671. 12-4 tf
AMM'S RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP
Ticket Agency, 115 S. Spring St., in from
of the-Wielaud. Railroad tickets bought, sold
nod exchanged. 91 Ivr
A Signs in cable and horse cats; walls and
fences to rent; advertising attended to any
where and everywhere. Office, 121 8. Spring
street. 5-12 tf
M~ANH 4k JOHNSON — MACHINE AND
blacksmith shop; iron and brass casting,
tools, models, patterns, pulleys, shifting,
hangers, etc.; general repairing. Agents for
Best's gas engine. Telephone, 902. No. 534
S, Los Angeles St., Los Angeles, Cal. 3-25 4m
BARGAINS IN lIKAI ESTATE.
DOB SALE—HOUSE OF 5 ROOMSPsHADE
J? trees and hedge: on Montiesl St., between
Alpine and Bellevue aye.; price, $1100. T. J.
CUDDY Si CO., 203 N. Main st., onp. U. S.
Hotel. ~ 5.10 tf
FOBS ALE-CITY PROPKRTY.
FOR BALE—LOT 60x165 FEET. CORNER
Hope and Eleventh sts., only $3200.
Large 2-story house, 9 rooms and bath; lawn,
cement walks, etc.; near electric car. Price,
$3300; $1000 cash, balance to suit.
A bargain—2 acres of alfalfa land: large 14
-room house, small dwelling in rear; well of
splendid water; on the edgo o' the city. Also,
lot 8. E. corner of Court aud Newhall sts.. near
Temple: must be sold al once: price, $2700.
Handsome cottago. Montreal street, uear
Alpine; large lot, llowerji, treos, hedge around
the lot; price, $1100. •
Large lot 8. E. corner Alpine and Pearl sts.,
suitable for any kind of business, especially
for wood aud coal yard; price, $2000.
A nice oottage, N. Pearl, near Temple street
with furniture, nearly new; price. $1400.
T. J. CUDDY Si CO.,
Opp. U S. hotel, cor. Market and Main st.
J 1 lots, elegant shade trees, south side of
Adams street on Elootric Street oar line. The
fluest orange trees in Southern California.
Price\reduced. Apply to T. J. CUDDY & CO.,
opp. U. S. hotel. Market and Main. ft 8
]~~7\OH SALE—ONLY $UOO-OROOM HOUSE;
. lot 50x200; largo walnut shade ttees, ce
ment walks, etc.; 5 minutes' walk to electric
ears. This is very cheap. T.J. CUDDY * CO.,
Main and Market, opp. (t. 8. Hotel ft-ft tf
OK AZORES FINE LAN!) NEAR
Wilmington, to exchange for city property.
Also, 25 acres fruit land near Fullerton, iv
excaangc lor city property.
T. J. CUDDY,
5 tl 203 NMain St.. opp. U. S. Hotel.
STRAYED — CAME TO THE PLACE OF
Adam Trierweiler, May 10, corner of Wil
mington and Colyton avenues, one Jersey cow,
about 9 years old, brown color. Owner can
have same by paying expenses. 5-13 5t
S~TR A YED~ OR - STOLEN — DARK SORREL
mare, 11 years old; branded star on left
thigh, dim brand Suitable reward will be
paid to any rcrson returning same or giving
Information which will lead to her whereabouts
to W. T. WILLIAMS, office 47 and 48 Phillips
block. 5-12 7t
STOLEN— FROM HON. GEORGE HINDS *
at Wilmington, on the nieht of May 7,
1892. dark bay horse, 900 or 1000 pounds, 15
or 15U hands high, very fat, long-galtcd, 4
years old, slightly Roman nose, long tail, both
tall and mane black, white ou one hind leg be
tween hoof and fetlock, right front foot pigeon
toed, one front hoof white and other black; old
phaeton, iron axle, no wood on axle, cushion
torn, rubber top. A reward of $25 for horse
and $50 for arrest and conviction of thief.
TO LOAN AT S. G. LUNTB
LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY,
227 W. Second st., Adjoining Herald offlo*
Agent for the
GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY,
of San Francisco. Jul tf
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY-LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos with
out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property of
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
will call if desired. W. E. DeGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring St., npposl c
Nadeau hotel 7-29 tf
/JPER CENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN.
O Rooms, California Bank building. 2-10 tf
ONEY TO LOAN—
On mortgages; city property a specialty.
MAIN-STREET SAVINGS BANK,
1-29 tf 426 So. Main.
M~ tWEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, piano»,
skins, live stock, carriages, blcyolos And
kinds of personal and collateral security. iX, 1
BSOB., 402 8. Spring, mlB-t:
I~~F YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DEI,A I
no commission, at prevailing rates of Inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main rt
THE LONGLEY SHORTHAND INSTITUTE,
the oldest and best. Pupils assisted to
situations. Spring and First sts. 5-13 lm
lANO LEBSONS 25 CENTS BACIII
German method: experienced teacher; col
lege training. X Box 50, Herald. 4-13-lm.
HE LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
(incorporated) and Southern California Col
lege of Law, 144 S. Main st. Write for cata
logue. 8-16 91 1 yr
EACHER3' CLASS PREPARING FOR
county examination. Positions for gov
ernesses and teachers. 120% S. Spring
LUDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
Arts, V M.C.A. building. 7-8 tf
"yyOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE
SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHIC AND PEH
245 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal.
The leading commercial school of Sontherr.
California. Day and evening sessions.
For catalogue call at the oollegf, or eddroos
HOUGH, FELKER A WILSON,
7-5 3m Proprietors.
• N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2. PhlVUpe
block, Los Angeles, Cal. mlfttf
R. URMY, DENTIST—OFFICE REMOVED
to 124% South Spring street. All opera
tions guaranteed perfect at greatly reduced
prices. Extracting and filling without pain.
FR. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, P.E
-• moved to California Bank building, cor.
Second and Broadway, rooms 1-2. 4-14 ti
IW. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRSI
j» sts., Wilson nlock; take elevator; teeth
filled and extracted without pain a spocialty.
R. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE, NO. 120%
S. Spring st. 11-25-tf
B. G. KNEPPER, DENTIST, NO. 126 W
First St., old Wilson block. 5-31 tf
R. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108% N. SPRING
St., rooms 2. 6 and 7. Painless extracting
• Room 13 Tempie block, Los Angeles, Cal.
5 3 tf
DX. TRABK. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
< Fulton blk, 207 New High st, Los Angeles.
J MARION BROOKB, LAWYER. OFFICE:
• Rooms 28, 29. 30 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse, New High st. Telephone
981. 8-11 tf
DYERS AND FINISHERS.
NOTICE— A. LORRAIN. PROPRIETOR OF
the City Steam Dyeing and Cleaning works
and office have removed to 343 8. Broadway.
All work guaranteed free iiom spots and
streaks. 4-21 lm
PARISIAN DYE-WORKS, 274 8. MAIN
street. Best dyeing iv the city. 1-13 tf
METROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS,
241 Franklin st. Fine dyeing and clean-
PIONEER HOUSE MOVING CO.—OFFICE,
Room 27 Mewell block. 4-21 3m
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
C~ONRAD SCHERER, GRANITE, BITUMIN
OUS and asphalt paving. 227 W. First st.
BURGESSjTrEEVE, ARCHITECT. EBTAB
lished for the past 10 y,-ars in Los Angeles.
Room 10 (second floor), Ferret block, corner
Spring and Third sts. 3-2 lv
CAMPBELL BILL POSTING CO. AND ClR
cular distributors, 126 8. Spring st.; tel.
477. 5-5 tf
pacy of Los Angeles. N. W. oor. Prankllj:
patents, copyrights, etc
block. Tel. 347. Loa Angeles. U-22-tf
LOS AMOKLKS THEATER,
H. C. Wyatt, Manager.
A Short Visit One Evening Only.
MONDAY, MAY 16TH,
The Poet oi America and Fireside Friend in
In Readings Irom his own works, including
"Betsy and I Are Out."
"The New Church Organ."
"Over the Hill to the Poor House."
"Cover Them Over."
"Elder Lamb's Donation."
"Gone With a Han'somcr Man."
Box office open Friday, May 13th. Secure
pi RAND OPERA HOUSE.
VJI Under the direction oi Ai, Hayman.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
TUESDAY, 5 "1 7TM
MAY S I / i n.
And his stock company, will present tho fol
Tuesday BEAU BRUMMELL
Wednesday PRINCE KARL
Thursday DR. JEKYL AND MR. HYDE
Friday A PARISIAN ROMANCE
Saturday Matinee .BEAU BRUMMEIL
[3rd Act Beau Brummell
Saturday Night, i % T A Ac J V U*?*"? *» rl
* ) 2nd Act ....Joky] and Hyde
(,4th Act. A Parisian Romance
Sale of seats commences Thursday, May 12th.
-VT/EW LOS ANGELES THEATER.
Al H. C. Wvatt. Manager.
One Night only THURSDAY, MAY 19TH.
PROF. W. P. CHAMBERS
AND 400 ARTISTS !
j GRAND CONCERT!j
• The World-renowned MR. LENZBERG,
NEW VIENNA BUFFET,
.114 and US Court street.
F. Kkkkow, Proprietor.
Family Entrance. Family Departments.
FREE REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
Every evening from 8 to 12 o'clock.
This wees, appearance of
MISS ANNIE ASHLEY,
MR. CHAS, VAN,
MISS ALICE EVANS,
MR. J. LEONARD,
And the New Vienna Buffet Orchestra.
MISS THERESB KEHRMANN, - Directress.
FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CARTE AT ALL HOURS.
The only place for Imported Bavarian beers
on draught and Berlin Weiss Beer; also Lemp's
Extra Pale and Buffalo, 4-3 lm
SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1892.
The pavilion has been recently refitted for
the benefit of the visiting public. The pavilion
opens with a grand Musical Concert and Free
Ball. The pavilion has a first-class restaurant
in connection whore first-class refreshments of
all kinds are served on short notice by attentive
waiters. Tho management make a specialty
of fish dinner served in any style. We will
continue to feed and amuse i he public through
out the season at Redondo, the most select
beach on the coast. The proprietors have
spared no expense iv making the pavilion con
venient to the visiting public.
P. N. YUNKER, Proprietor.
5-10 5t G. A. STEWART, Manager.
j BATH HOUSES! j
Hot Salt Water Baths Every Day in
PRICE FOR BATHS, 25 CENTS.
You won't know what you have missed on
your trip to California. Tho very best part»
it; the most beautiful views; something that
you would never forget if you have any eye fot
beauty, if you stay a>vay from Redlands. You
can only see it and get the full benefit of it by
taking a drive over the hills; at tho same time
you will see the one place where the oranges
were not hurt with frost this winter; where
you can now get the finest oranges in Califor
nia. The only spot where jou would like,
above all others, to have a winter home. *
As I am constantly throwing money at these
printers to invite you to call and allow me the
privilege of showing you the beauties of the
place, you should certainly have no hesitation
in doing it. A full lisl of property for sale, if
you care to look at it. Prices are still lower
than any other place in California, with as
many advantages for growing oranges and
T. H. BHARPLES3.
Agent for Redlands Real Estate,
1-19 6m State St., near Hotel Windsor.
NOTICE OF SALE OP BONDS.
PURSUANT TO A RESOLUTION OF THE
board „f directors of Modesto Irrigation
district, duly given and made on the lib. day of
May, A. D. 1892.
Notice is hereby given that said board of di
rectors will sell to the highest and best bidder
the bonds of said irrigation district to the
amount of $250,000, bearing interest at the
rate of 0 per cent, per annum, payable semi
annually, on the Ist d>y of January and July
of each year on the presentation of the interest
coupons at the office of the treasuier of said
Said bonds are issued by the board of direct
ors of Modesto Irrigation district, in accord
ance with, and by the authority of, an act of
the legislature 0/ the state of California, enti
tled "An Act to jirovi.de for the organization and
government of irrigation districts and to pro
vide for the acquisition of water and other
property, and for the distribution of water
thereby for irrigation purposes," approved
Said bonds will be sold for cash, and for not
less than 90 per centum of the face value
Sealed proposals and bids for the purchase of
Bald bonds will be received by the said board
of directors at their office in the city of Mo
desto, county of Stanislaus, state of California,
and may bo addressed to or left with C. 8.
Abbott, the secretary of said board, at Modesto,
Cal., at any time after the date of this notice,
and until 2:30 o'clock p. m. on the 7th day of
June, A. D. 1892, at which time and place the
said sale will be made. *
Said bonds will be each of the denomination
of $500, and will be negotiable in form and
will conform in all respects to the requirements
of said act.
The board of director* reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
Bids must be sealed and addressed to the sec
retary of said board and indorsed: "Proposals
for Modesto Irrigation District Bonds."
Done by order of the board of directors of
Modesto Irrigation district, May 4,1892.
FRANK A, CRESBEY, President.
C. S. Abbott, Secretary, 5-12 to 6-7