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Look on tbe Sixth Page of the Hbbald for
Wants of all descriptions, Including
HOUSES TO RENT,
ROOMS TO RENT.
LIVE BTOOK FOR SALE.
MONEY TO LOAN.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE,
These advertisements are cheap, and always
United States Weather Office.
Report of observation* tAKoo. at Los Angelet
May 12, 1892:
Time. Bar. Thei
6:07 a. m. 29.94 53
5:07 p. m. 29.»3l CI
Mux. 67: mtn. torn 52
Rainfall for the season. 11.76 Inches.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair weath
er, exccotshowersJU San Diego: westerly winds:
The signal corps gave one of their de
lightful balls at Armory hall last even
inn. It was well attended and all ap
peared to enioy themselves.
As the tourist season is about over the
Pullman company will stop operating a
sleeping car between this city and Santa
Barbara on Tuesday next, when the last
trip of the season will be made.
At the corner of Temple and Main
streets yesterday morning Policeman
Dunn just dragged a man from before a
cable car coming south. He would have
been killed if he had not been dragged
off at the time, as the dummy was al
most upon him.
A wedding took place at the residence
of Samuel W. Neath, on West Twenty
third street, last Wednesday. Mr.
Henry Hayes was united in marriage to
Miss Clara Neath by Rev. T. W. Robin
eon, only the parents and relatives of
the bride and groom being present. The
couple left for Long Beach, where they
will spend their honeymoon.
The Clerks' association held an im
portant meeting last evening. Seven
teen members were admitted. The as
sociation voted unanimously to join the
council of Federated Trades, and elected
Messrs. H. C. Katz, J. H. Smith and
Sol Levy as delegates. Committees
were appointed to arrange for an open
meeting, endorsing the early closing
movement, on Tuesday, May 24th.
Charles Paff was brought up from
Yuma yesterday to enter the Sisters'
hospital. He waß living on a homestead
on government land twenty miles south
of Yuma. While building a log houee
he fell from the roof and broke his
right leg in two places. Not being sat
isfied with the medical care he could
get he determined to come to Los An
geles. The patrol wagon brought him
up from the depot and be was taken in
it out to the hospital.
A alight accident took place on North
Main Btreet, yesterday afternoon, oppo
site the old court house, by which two
men were pretty severely shaken up.
William Ynne and Miles Callahan, two
laborers, were in the back of a saloon
adjoining the place where Baldwin's
new building is going up, and Ynne
stepped on a loose joist. He and Calla
han fell into the cellar, a distance of
about twelve feet. Aeide from several
cuts and sprains, they were not in
jured. Their wounds were attended to
at the receiving hospital by Dr. Bryan.
Sllles's Nerve and Liver Fills.
Act on a now principle— regulating.the liver,
itomaoh and bowels throngs the nerves. A
new discovery. Dr. Miles's Pills speedily cure
biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, con
stipation. UnequaUed for men, women, chil
dren. Smallest, mildest, surest 1 SO doses, j
cents. Samples tree, at C. H. Hance.
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
lully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 165.
C. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
to 130 S. Main.
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762.
WANTS $25,000 DAMAGES.
Minnie Walker's Suit Against tbe Blec
trlc and Cable Roads.
Suit will be filed this morning in tbe
superior court by Miss Minnie Walker,
through her attorney, W. T.Williams,
against the Electric Railway company
and the Pacific Cable Car company for
About two months ago, while riding
on a car of the latter company, a col
lision occurred at the junction of Ninth
Btreet and Broadway between cars of the
two companies. As a result the plaintiff
was thrown violently off the car and fell
on her back, sustaining concussion of
the epine, which has resulted in per
manent injury to her. She therefore
brings suit for $25,000 damages, and suit
is brought against both of the compa
nies in order that the liability may be
THE POLICE COURTS.
A Number of Petty Cases Acted Upon
In Juatic Owens's court yesterday Ed
Clark, accused of battery, waa tried and
found not guilty.
The trial of John Jeve for petit lar
ceny was set by Justice Owenß. yester
day, for today, aud his bail fixed at
George Dixon, who was fined $100 by
Justice Owens for battery Wednesday,
yesterday paid the fine and was re
this annoying scalp trouble, which
gives the hair an untidy appearance, is
cured by skookum root hair grower.
The Popular Route
Is over the Surf line to San Diego and
Hotel Del Ooronado. The ride by the
sea is grand. Saturday and Sunday the
Southern California ft. R. (Santa Fe
route) will sell round trip ticket 3 for
one fare, good returning Monday. Trains
leave at 8:15 a.m. and 3:05 p.m.
The Wheelock piano i-. the best piano ior the
money in this country. Its tone, touch and
finish are of superior quality, and its standing
qualities have been tested in Southern Califor
nia for 12 years and are unsurpassed.
A Glimpse of the CiiNeen.
Pause und dwell upon the artistic display of
neirligee shirth in the window of Mullen,
Bluett <t Co. They give you a iaint idea oi the
elegant assortment Inside.
Althouse Bros, iv Business
*.zain, with a large stock of fruits and vegeta
bles 105 West First ttreet.
Pasture—Sunayside farm, Vermont avenue.
N. H. Foster, auditor of the Southern
Pacific motive power department, and
G. L. Lansing, secretary of the same
company, passed through here yesterday
on their way east.
F. R. Cunningham, dentist, removed
to California Bank building. Tel. 723.
It is not true that I have removed my
office. R. G. Cunningham, dentist,
rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, North
Persons wanting reliable help, good
situations, or who have anything to buy,
sell or rent, shovrld read the sixth page
of the Herald.
Telegrams remaining undelivered at
Western Union telegraph office, corner
Main and Court streets, May 12, 1892:
Max E. Schwab, Goff Chamberlain,
Capt. Alex. Greete, Patrick Barry.,
Saturday and Sunday you can go to
Redondo Beach on the Southern Cali
fornia R. R. (Santa Fe route) for 50
cents the round trip. Trains leaves the
Santa Fe depot, foot of First street, at
Fish, with Hollandaise sauce, cold
roast beef, corned beef hash, strawberry
shortcake, today, at Woman's Exchange,
223 S. Broadway.
Santa Monica caflon and the State
Forestry station are now reached by
rail direct. The canon is a delightful
picnic ground. Round trip on Sunday,
Los Angeles 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
If you have never been over the kite
shaped track of the Southern California
R. R. (Santa Fe route), you can go on
Sunday for two dollars and five cents
($2.05) the round trip. Trains leave
Santa Fe depot, foot of First street, at
8:30 and 11 o'clock a.m.
Messrs. Cohn Brothers, who have
opened their clothing house in the
Temple block. Nos. 221, 223 and 225
North Main street (Jacoby Bros.' old
stand), have a very complete establish
ment, and by their well-known and
conscientious business methods, will re
ceive, as they should, a liberal patron
age from the citizens of Los Angeles.
The firm consists of Hermann and Al
bert Cohn. They have had long experi
ence in tbe clothing business, and have
the happy faculty of pleasing their
customers completely in the quality
and prices of their stock.
S. N. Andrews of Pomona was at the
Louis F. Ward of San Bernardino is in
the city visiting friends.
Philip Conradi of San Francisco is in
the city on a business trip.
Constable T. J. Monahan was in the
city yesterday from San Diego.
N. C. Carter of Sierra Madre was in
the city yesterday on business.
Mrs. Dr. H. E. Small of this city is
visiting friends in Sacramento.
Judge McKinley of the superior court
returned from Ventura yesterday.
Arthur G. Nason, a councilman of Sau
Diego, is in tbe city, at the Hollenbeck.
Mrs. Will Sweeny of Long Beach is
visiting friends in Los Angeles this
R. R. Briggs, a progressive rancher at
Clearwater, was in Lob Angeles yester
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Cochran of this
city are visiting friends in San Fran
President John A. Plater of the Bank
of America has returned from a business
trip to San Francisco.
S. H. Laflin, a prominent business
man of Chicago, ia in the city. He is
accompanied by his wife.
Bryant Howard, formerly a business
man of this city, but now a banker of
San Diego, is at tbe Nadeau.
G. Kenyon of this city will shortly
leave for Costa Rica, where he will start
life again as a cotton planter.
County Clerk T. H. Ward will go to
Catalina on Saturday to arrange for the
outing of the X nights Templars.
Mr. Sanford Johnson, formerly of this
city, but now of the noted White Sul
phur springs, near St. Helena, is at the
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Riddington, wall
known people of Wheeling, W. Va., are
unking a tour of Southern California.
They are at the Hollenbeck.
Mrs. Frank E. Walsh and daughter,
Ethel, have returned from a two
months' visit to Ventura couDty, and
are at home to their friends on Adams
Clerk Ashmore, of the supreme court,,
is delighted! with new and elegant fur
nishings of his office, ordered by the
supreme court at the close of its recent
C. W. Schaiffer and John Drew of
Dayton, Ohio, are stopping at the Hoff
man house. Both left home on March
1, 1892, and came to San.Francisco from
New York by steamer. They arrived
here April 10th on bicycles, from San
Francisco. From here they go np
through the Yosemite, Big trees and
Lake county, making the whole trip on
their wheel*, returning home about
July 1, 1892.
She Committed Suicide.
Mrs. F. C. Boe, at Watkins. left this letter:
"My husband—Forgive me ii I cause you trou
ble, hut I suffer so. You do not know what
those long, wakeful, wretched nights are to
me, and I am so tired, darling—the pain will
never bo better. It is not easy to t&ise my own
life, but, I have been sick so long. Good bye,
my husband, I love you—your *i c." This is
but one of thousands that give up, instead of
using Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, aud being
spoedily cured of their wretchedness, (io to
C. H. Hance and get an elegant book and trial
It was rumored yesterday that tho Santa Fe
would surely be in Santa Monica soon but the
Information isn't nearly as important to some
peonle as that tho best piano in Los Angeles,
for the money is the reliable Wheelock.
Lumber Delivered Anywhere In the City.
Let us 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.
Broadway Undertaking; Parlors.
Howry <Si Bresee, funeral directors, Broad
way, near Sixth st. Telephone 243. Open night?.
Call for Fredericksburg Beer.
It is pure and wholesome,
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1892.
SOME POINTS ABOUT RACING.
How the Southern Circuit Can
Be Made Successful.
Some Discussion as to Concerted
A Consideration of the Situation—ltijr
Money Should Be Ottered—The
ItiuigtuilN Should Have
Can the Southern California racing
circuit be made a success? It can; but
nothing but enterprise and liberality on
the part of the associations will save it
this year of our Lord. The trouble in
California is that there are too many
districts. Every little county has an
association and in consequence there are
not enough horses to go around and,
therefore, the events are contested by
two or three horses and, as a general
thing, the races are a foregone conclu
sion. The southern cities have com
bined and have made a continuous cir
cuit. This" is the correct idea. Now it
is necessary to offer sufficient induce
ments to at least keep tbe horses owned
in the southern country at home.
With the probable exception of
Los Angeles, the dates selected
by other northern associations conflict
with those of tbe southern circuit. This
is unreasonable, however. Horse own
ers will go where there is the most
money hung, except some few knowing
once, who every year try to avoid strik
ing the crackerjacks. Four towns in
the northern part of trie state, viz.. Red
Bluff, Chico, Marysville and Willows,
formed a circuit. Their dates clashed
with the grand circuit. They offered
fair money and did well, many entering
up that way to avoid meeting the best
stables. It seems that Southern Cali
fornia could profit by following in the
footsteps of the northern associations.
There mußt be concerted action in this
matter, and the chances are that
every horse owned south of Stock
ton could be secured for the
southern circuit. It will not cost
much to make the experiment. It is
quite the fad nowadays to announce a
programme with a big string to it. It
is impossible for many of the small
towns in America to offer such rich
purses, unless they get 70 or 80 per cent
of the money back in purees. Why
cannot our association do likewise? The
more money they hang up the larger the
A certain number of light harness
races have been adopted by the different
associations. The entrance fee is 10 per
cent of the amount of the purse, conse
quently if there are ten entries, the as
sociation gets all the money back in en
trance money no matter whether they
offer a $200 or a $500 purse. The board
can reserve the right of declaring off
any event that does not fill satisfactor
ily. The associations outside of Los
Angeles should cerlainly be able to hang
up purses from $300 to $600 for the
trotting and pacing races.
More attention should be paid to the
races. It does not pay to train a horse
for the insignificant purses offered last
year. Trotting horse owners can afford
to sink some money on a trotter in or
der to increase the value of the blood,
or a sire that he may own. It is differ
ent with running horse men. They
must win purses in order to make both
ends meet. The writer has a suggestion
to unfold. Let each association incor
porate in their programmes at least
three running races for good sized purses
—say a $500, $400 and a $300 purse.
There is every reason to believe that ten
entries could be obtained for a purse of
$500 at $30 entrance; therefore the race
would not cost the association more
In the $400 purse ten entries at $25
would bring in $250.
One of these races should be for 2
year-old, as there will be more 2-year
olds in training than anything else.
One of the other should be for 8)1 ages,
and the third might be made a'handi
cap. Of course, good handjcappers are
scarce and horse owners dislike to put
out money and then get handicapped
out of the race by some inexperienced
person who is not familiar with the
merits of tbe horses.
If all the associations combine and
offer fair purses as outlined above, many
horse owners would be thus induced to
put their horses in training. Some judg
ment mußt be displayed m selecting the
events, and care must be exercised in
making conditions. This is a very im
portant point, and is generally over
looked by minor associations. All kinds
of horses must be given a show, and the
only way to give the skates a chance is
to keep piling on the weight on the win
ners and taking it off the losera. This
will bring them together, and each asso
ciation can therefore rely upon getting
interesting contests instead of walk
overs. The above points are submitted
for the earneeii consideration of the asso
ciations forming the southern circuit.
The sporting editor of the Hbrald is
interested in seeing the southern circuit
made a success, and is ready to suggest
races and prepare the necessary condi
tions in order to assist in promoting the
ho: se interests-«>f this section.
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weight in gold. My hair has
stopped falling and all dandruff has dis
appeared since I found skookum root hair
grower. Ask your druggist about it.
"When the Queen Went
To tbe Riviera some weeks ago, she was ac
companied by a donkey and cart, fouk
EaornoHAMS, eigit horses, one spring mattress
and one iron bedstead, besides a lot of dogs aud
cats, and lords and ladies in waiting. The
item does not state the style of broughams
ui,ed, but we ara under the impression they are
very .imilar to those now on exhibition at 210
and 212 North Main street by Hawley, King
For sale and for rent. A. G. Gardner, sole
agent for the celebrated firiggs pianos und
JUDKlNS—£n~thi*"city7llay 11, 1892, Waa, H.
Judkins, aged 57 years.
Funeral from undertaking parlors of
Nickelson & Chase, 121 West Second street,
Friday, May 13th, at 2 p.m., under directions
of Sunset Lodge, F.sA.M. All Masons in
SCHNEIDER—In this city. May 12, 1892,
Theresa, beloved wife o: John Schneider (and
mother of Charles Schneider of Buffalo, N.Y ;
Adolph Schneider of Anaheim, Mrs. Mary T.
Sittel and Mrß. Julia Wetzel oi Los Angeles,
and Mrs. Rosa Meyer of Han Francisco), a
native of Germany, aged 08 years.
Funeral notice later.
THE HAMMAM BATH,
230 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Turkish. Russian, Roman. Sulphur, Jtlectric,
Mahsage and Complexion baths scientifically
given. Ladles depariment open Bam.to 6 p.
m, Gentlemen's department open day and nigh I
Can be made with each
pound of Cleveland's Su
perior Baking Powder than
with the same quantity of
any other pure cream of tar
Cleveland's leavens most
and leavens best. Try it.
CUT RATE TICKETS.
A. B. Greenwald'e Success as •
Many people like to travel, but ob
ject to paying high rates for their tickets,
which has caused the institution of
ticket brokers' offices, where cut rate
tickets can be had at a considerable
reduction from the charges made by the
railroad companies' agents.
Possibly the best known and the most
popular one of these brokers in this
city is Mr. A. B. Greenwald, who has
one of the handsomest and most com
fortable offices to be found anywhere, at
the corner of First and Spring streets,
directly opposite the Nadeau hotel. Mr.
Greenwald has taken particular pains
to make his office attractive, and he
understands perfectly the art of con
ducting his business courteously and
Mr. Greenwald is a member of the
Guarantee Ticket Brokers' associa
tion, which, besides his well-known
reputation as a reliable business man,
gives his customers absolute security in
their dealings with him. He not only
sells railroad and steamship tickets, but
buys and exchanges them, reserves
berths in sleeping cars, has baggage
checked, and in fact attends to all the
wants of travelers. When it is con
sidered that he can sell tickets at greatly
reduced rates over all routes desired,
about which the purchaser is absolutely
sure of having no trouble, toe secret of
his great success here is explained.
Travelers can find a branch of Mr.
Greenwald's business conducted at 138
Montgomery street, San Francisco,
where their wants will be satisfactorily
To the Official Board of the Simpson M. H.
Gentlemen : Having been duly ap
pointed by your honorable board to
examine and make a correct report in
order to correct any misstatements or
misapprehension regarding the capacity
of said church aa now occupied and
uaed for the Mills meetings, we beg
leave to submit the following report:
We have carefully followed your in
structions and find, by actual count, the
accommodation capacity to be three
thonßand and four hundred people.
W. B. Holcomb,
Z. L. Pahmelee,
Los Angeles, May 11, 1892.
Ladies, Attention !
You can now be supplied, without sending
east or to fcan Francfseo, with fashionable
Carriages. Broughams, Victorias, Rockawa/s,
Spider Phaetons, Traps or Carts, by Hawley,
Kins & Co. Call and inspect their new exhibit
at 210-212 North Main street.
The city will have some excellent attractions
next week. Will Carleton, Monday night, at the
l.os Angeles theater; Richard Mansfield, five
nights and matinee at the Qrand, and Wheelock
pianos at the Day & Fisher music rooms, corner
Spring and Franklin streets.
A 84.00 S4MT Hat for W". 00. Los Ange
les Hat Co.. 119 N. Spring street.
FP.7FUM 35 YEARS.
Mr. Hiram Thweatt, of Olean, Pita
County, Ala., says that Swift's Spkcipics
cured him of a painful case of Eczemav
of which he had suffered for years.
He took seven bottles.
cures by driving out the perms and poi
son. It is entirely Vegetable;. Send for
book on the Skin and Blood.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO..
IVJjLLL 1 LosGatos.Cal.
Liquor, Opium and Tobacco
Diseases and Neurasthenia
The only branch in California of the
world-renowned Keeiey Institute of
Dwight, lU., is located at Los Gatos,
Santa Clara county, 55 Miles South of
San Francisco. This treatment has
been tested by time and has a triumph
ant record of more than Fifty Thousand
patients treated and PERMANENTLY
cured. IT IS NOT A SOBERING
UP PROCESS, BUT EFFECTS IN
EVERY CASE A PERMANENT
CURE without harm or pain to the
patient. Write to
4.. im Los Gatos, Cal.
~Wk TENTS !
Truck, Hay and Wagon Covers,
A. W. SWANFELDT,
3-30 3m 115 East Second Street.
935.»■ p g a Pe* «■v.* IL fis' iS S X I!F Ss
IMpMMsstßsi flr»M"siniii ti i iiifi iTalb ii i iTI
KALSOMININO AND PAPERING,
Si AX siaH CO ii '. 3 tl 222 Franklin
Who Selis the Reliable 1
ENTIRE STOCK OF
KUGEMANN & LICHTENBERGER'S
Art Emporium and Art Galleries
IOT NORTH MAIN STREET,
MONDAY, MAY 16TH, 1802,
At 10 a.m. and 2. p.m., and continuing from day to day.
The stock consists of etchings, engravings and water color, framed and un
frained ; artists'materials, fancy goods, mouldings, etc., etc. Everything must
be sold, as both members of the firm are retiring from the business. Seats will
be provided for the ladies. Goods on exhibition Saturday, May 14,1892.
Special sale of etchings on Wednesday, May 18th, and artists' materials
Thursday, May 19th, 1892.
5-8 I2t THOS. B CLARK, Anctioneer.
ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT HAT IST.
-H -THE fc-
South Riverside knl and Water Co.
Will celebrate the opening of their Second Pipe Line
about that day by a
-);AN D PICNIC!^
The Southern California R. R. will sell round trip tickets
at Reduced Rates.
This line was an immense undertaking and its com
pletion is a grand triumph of engineering skill.
Due notice will be given in the press of the time and
manner of the celebration.
Will be made on that day for land under the new
Anyone buying lands will be entertained at the Hotel
Temescal until the next day and taken to the renowned
Tin Mines free of expense; also have his railroad fare re
These lands are not excelled in the country for
Beauty of Location, Magnificence of Scenery, Quality
of Soil, Abundance of Water and
Freedom from Frost.
Nothing injured here by frost the past severe winter.
Come and see for yourselves.^
LAND AND WATER CO
PASTEUR HOSPITAL !
230 S. MAIN STREET, - - - LOS ANGZLES
Treats, with wonderful success, all special
diseases of Men and Women.
Our cure for Gonobbhoxa, Glf.kt, Sbictubk,
Pilks, Übinaby. Bladder and Kidney troubles
IS THB BAFBST AND QUICKEST KNOWN. Syphilis,
Scrofula and all Blood and Skin diseases thor
oughly eradicated. Lost manhood, weakness,
and all unnatural drains arising from youthful
follies or excesses, quickly relieved.
Ladies' Depabtment in charge of the Oldest
Specialist on the Coast, who cures their deli
cate disorders by a new method of his own in
vention and controlled exclusively by this
Consultation free. Office honrs.it a.m to9p.m.
PECK, SHARP & NEITZKE CO.,
Undertakers and Bmbalmers.
Ho. 140 North Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Al™° ys open. T«3lspuCsS No. CX*
LAST & FISK,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
1 31 N. MAIN ST.
LOS ANUKLBS, OAL.
Sole Agonta lor Southern California,
kheuser-Busch BrewiDg Associatk,
PILSENER EXQUISITE I
(St. Louis bottling,) •
FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
..^ c 1 rlo 5? SL caen has J ust arrived and la
ready for distribution among the trade.
3313 m Telephone 38.
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