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HOUSES TO RENT.
ROOMB TO BENT.
LIVE SroCK FOR SALE.
PERSONAL NOTICE 3.
\fONEY TO LOAN.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE,
These advertisements are cheap, and always
United States Weather Office.
Rjport of observation* taken at Los Angeles
May 24, 1892:
Time. Bar. | Thei
#:07 ». m. 2097," 59
6:07 p. m.'30Q2 b4
Mai. tern . 68: mln. tern. 57.
Baiufall for the season, 11.70 inches.
A. Korber and William Lachman were
lined $5 each yesterday by Justice
Owene for righting.
The Pharmacists' State association
continued its session yeaterday at the
A. J. Crose, accused by tie wife of
battery, was arraigned yesterday and
his case set for today for trial.
Albert Rasmus, a hackdriver, was
fined $3 yesterday by Justice Owens,
for violating the hack ordinance.
The new supervisorial redisricting
matter will come up before the board of
supervisors this morning at 10 o'clock.
Harry Bloch, charged with the theft
of a pair of pantaloons from a man
named Isaacs, was before Justice Owens
yesterday, and his ttial set for today.
E. K. Smith had a fit in a saloon near
the corner of First and Main streets,
last night at 11 o'clock, and was brought
to the police station, where he was
booked for medical treatment.
Hughes, the man who was caught
with little Lillie Smith, Sunday night,
waa arraigned yesterday, and his exam
ination set for June Ist. The girl was
sent home yesterday to her mother in
Last night two men were brought to
the police station by Officer Al. McLain
and booked for fighting. They gave
their names as A. Korber and William
Lackman. They were arrested at the
corner of Commercial and Alameda
The Sigma Chi college fraternity will
hold its annual dinner at Jerry Illich's
this evening. The meeting will be held
under the auspices of Alpha-Ypsilon
chapter, and a large number of the
alumni members have signified their
intention of being present.
An inquest was h eld yesterday morning
on the remains of Michael Scully who
was suffocated by gas while repairing a
gas main on First street north of the
viaduct. The verdict was accidental
death, no one being to blame for the un
The Republican league held its meet
ing last evening with Judge Haynes in
the chair. Judge Magee, of Pasadena,
and Judge Wilde, of Ventura, made ad
dresses. A resolution was unanimously
adopted rescinding and ordering ex
punged from the records of the league
the resolution offered by Mr. Pirtle, at
the meeting held May 10th, which re
flected upon one of its members, Mr.
Knapp. During the debate ample
apologies were made by the gentlemen
taking advantage of Mr. Knapp's ab
sense, and due appreciation by the
league of his valuable services was man
ifested by the resolution adopted.
Hon. William L. Merry, consul-gen
eral of the republic of Nicaragua, will be
present and address the meeting of the
Farmers' institute at Pomona, on Fri
day afternoon, the 27th of May, upon
the question of the importance of the
completion of the Nicaragua canal to
Southern California horticulture and
agriculture. No one engaged in the
tilling of the soil can afford to miss
hearing what Mr. Merry has to say.
He is thoroughly familiar with with the
subject from every point of view, and
understands the situation most thor
oughly. What he will have to say will
ot only be found to be suggestive and
to the point, but reliable.
Don't become constipated. Take Beecham's
R. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 West Second. Telephone 105,
C. T. Paul, stoves, hardware, etc., has removed
to 130 S. Main. _
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762.
The San Jacinto Estate Limited.
To all whom it may concern: It is hereby
notified that Mr. Gervaise Purcell of los An
geles, California, has been appointed the repre
sentative and attorney, in the United States of
America, of the San Jacinto Estate Limited,
and that hereafter; bills, notes, cheques and
orders with regard to the disposition of the
company's moneys will be signed by him and
be countersigned by the company's purser.
Mr. Gervaise Pureell is in possession of a
power of attorney, executed by the company,
under which he is authorised to incur, with the
previous approval of the board of directors of
the company, liabilities on account of the
company, and to generally manage and carry
on the affairs of the company in the United
States. (Signed) D. L. Schonbkug,-
0 Copthal! avenue, London, E. C, England.
Opening of the New Clothing House.
We beg to announce to the public of Los<An-
Keles and vicinity that we have opened in the
Temple block (Jacoby's old stand) with a large,
Drand new. well selected stock of men's, boys'
and children's clothing, hats, caps, trunks,
valises, etc. Having purchased all our goods
direct from eastern manufacturers forspotcash,
enables us to sell at the lowest possible priceß.
We as,k the public to inspect our stock. We
■will show goods with pleasure and urge no one
*o buy. Remember the place. Conn Bros.'
Cipthing House, junction Main and Spring.
"When the Queen Went
o the Riviera some weeks ago, she was ac
impanied by a donkey and cart, four
:koughams, eight horses, one spring mattreßS
ad one iron bedstead, besides a lot of dogs and
its. and lords and ladies in waiting. The
.tern does not state the style of broughams
used, but we are under the impression they are
very i-lmllar to those now on exhibition at 210
end 212 North Main street by Hawley, King
& Co "
Tested by Time. For Bronchial affections,
Coughs, etc. Brown's Bronchial Troches
have pvoved their efficacy by a test of many
years. Price 25 cts.
Althonse Bros, ln Business
Again, with a large stock of fruits and vegeta
bles 105 West Fiißt street.
A large shipment of new hns in from Now
York, at the New York Bazaar, 148 North
| Fish, T-/ A cents a pound. Broadway market.
U»e German Family Soap
The Boston aldermen will he in this
city on May 31st, remaining over one
The Grand View hotel at Catalina is
first class in every respect.
D<9 not forget the dance At the Grand
View hotel, Catalina, every Saturday
night. Free to guests.
Remember the Tailors' and Cigar
makers' picnic at Main-street gardens
Decoration Day, May 30th.
It is not true that I have removed my
office. R. G. Cunningham, dentist,
rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, North
Tbe new well which is being sunk by
Maier & Zobeliu at their brewery has
reached a depth of 870 feet, and traces
of oil have been discovered.
Persons wanting reliable help, good
situations, or who have anything to bay,
sell or rent, should read the sixth page
of the Herald.
There will be a meeting of the state
board of pharmacy for examinations and
registration, May 25th, I:3Q p. in., at
Westminster hotel, Los Angeles. John
H. Dawson, secretary.
Simpson M. E. church will have re
vival meetings every evening at 7:30 p.
m. this week except Saturday. The
church choir, with all others who may
wish to aid in the services, are cordially
invited. The regular ushers will please
attend. Everybody invited.
To the ladies of the Annex and World's
Fair association: There will be a special
meeting today, the 25th, to be held at
the silk-worm rooms, at the old court
house, to transact especial business. All
the ladies are requested to attend*
Alice E. Broadwell, secretary.
Quite an excitement disturbed tbe
precincts of Nigger alley last night about
7 o'clock, when two Chinamen, Ham
Ynck and Ah Yung were observed fight
ing. They were taken to the police sta
tion by Officer Rlnkenbach, where Ah
Yung charged the other with robbing
him of $20. Yuck was locked up and
will answer to the charge this mornirig.
Grand View hotel, Avalon, Catalina
island, for comfort and pleasure is not
surpassed on the island; 1900 feet of
piazza; every room an outside room;
bath room free to guests; music hall
20x50 feet; table first class, rates rea
sonable. Geo. E. Weaver, proprietor.
Simpson M. E. Tabernacle, 730 South
Hope street, near cable line, Rev. Will
A. Knighten pastor. Revival meetings
will be continued by this church every
evening at 7:30 p. m. except Saturday.
A special invitation is hereby extended
to all who signed cards at the Mills
meetings expressing a preference for
Simpson Methodist church and all
others who have become interested in
the Mills meetings, and all church mem
bers as well as all pastors who are not
A plan has been adopted by the di
rectors of the Young Men's Christian
association which is intended to widely
extend the circle of those using its priv
ileges. It is a system of paying mem
bership dues on the installment plan.
Although $10 is the entire membership
fee for one year, heretofore it has been
payable in advance. By tbe new plan,
$2 can be paid down and the balance at
the rate ol 50 cents a week until paid.
This brings all the privileges of tbe as
sociation, including gymnasium, baths,
evening classes and entertainments,
within reach of those whose weekly
wages are small, and is designed to
reach clerks, mechanics and others of
Gen. and Mre. A. C. Ducat are at tbe
F. Schweitzer, foreman of Baldwin's
Santa Anita ranch, was in the city yes
Hon. Warner Miller and Louis Chuble
of Costa Rica left yesterday for Galves
Detective John Coffey, one of the,
veterans of the San Francisco force, is
in the city on a brief visit.
Judge Williams, who came down to
pasß sentence upon Diego Tapia, has
returned to his home injVentura county.
Frank M. Stone of San Francisco, who
is creaited with being M. H.de Young's
political manager, was in the city yes
Judge John Haynes of this city has
been appointed supreme court commis
sioner by Governor Markham, vice
Judge Fitzgerald, resigned.
Count Bozenta, the husband of Mod
jeska, and her son, Mr. Ralph Bozenta,
were in the city yesterday. The actress
is at her ranch in Orange county.
M. Pamucina, who has been a busi
ness man of this city for ovei ten years,
left yesterday for Europe. He expects
to visit the continental cities and go
thence to his home in tbe province of
Herzogovina. He intends to make
Trieste his future home.
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of skookum root hair grower
than a wig; besides, wearing your own
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
All persons desiring to attend the Re
publican national convention, will be
carried to Minneapolis at one fare for
the round trip. Tickets good for thirty
days. Passengers from Southern Cali
fornia will only bave one change of cars.
The famous Burlington route is the
official route of tbe delegation. For par
ticulars and sleeping car reservations,
call on or address, T. H. Duzan,
Agent Burlington route,
.204 S. Spring street, Los Angeles.
For Pnre Ice Cream
For weddings, parties, etc., call at
Ebinger'e, Third and Spring streets.
All orders promptly attended to. Tel.
Undelivered telegrams at the Western
Union telegraph office, corner of Main
and Court streets, May 24, 1892:
Rev. J. A. Wood, Chas. B. TJenevery.
Dr. McSwegan, who visited the
world's hospitals for three years, has
resumed practice at 316 South Spring
Brink John Wieland's Beer.
Unsurpassed ior quality and taste.
Broadway market. Fish. 1% cents a pound.
Lumber Delivered Anywhere ln the Olty.
Let ns figure your bill at lower prices than
ever, Willamette Lumber Co., Kcdondo.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1892.
As a Result the Missionary So
cieties are Losers.
Rev. Miller's Daughter to Contest
A. Wealthy Methodist Minister and alls
Quarrel With His Adopted Daughter.
He Failed to Mention Her in His
Will—She Brt£gs Suit.
Elder J. G. Miller died at South Pas
adena tome six months ago, and left a
widow and a fortune estimated to be
between a quarter and half a million
dollars. The bulk of this was left to his
widow, but large bequests aggregating
many thousands of dollars were left to
various charitable and missionary socie
None of the latter will be paid, simply
because the elder lost his temper some
years ago, and forgot to mention the fact
to the lawyer who drew up the will.
The story is an interesting one, particu
larly to rich men who wish to cut off an
Elder Miller was long a prominent
Methodist clergyman, until he was re
tired some years ago on account of his
age. He formerly lived in Lincoln, Neb.
Having no children he adopted a girl in
fant, going through the necessary legal
formalities, making her in the eyes of
the law bis daughter. The child grew
to young womanhood and was sent to
the Methodist college at that place,
where she met a young man named E.
N. Lewis, who became enamored of her,
and she reciprocated his feeling.
Young Lewis went to the elder and
asked for his daughter's hand, and was
promptly refused. The girl then pleaded
with her father, but he said to her:
"I have cared for you and reared you
as my child, with the idea of your being
to India; to successfully
pursue that career you must remain all
your life a celibate, devoting yourself
to God's work. You understand this,
and I warn you now that if you marry
this Lewis I will disown you."
When a girl has decided that she is in
love, nobody but an elder would dream
of her receiving the ultimatum with
equanimity of being a vestal all her life.
The girl sighed and went to school. So
did Lewis. In a few days they decided
that love was more than all else, and
they naturally eloped and were married
and were happy ever since. Mr. Lewis,
at the last session, was elected secretary
of the state senate of Nebraska, and his
wife probably never thinks of India or
Elder Miller did not like his daugh
ter's action ; this is away that parents of
decided notions have, so he moved to
Southern California and made himself a
home at South Pasadena, and devoted
himself to church work as far as his
y ears would permit. He never men
tioned his daughter, however, to any
one. At last he thought it best to draw
up his will and consulted a lawyer, and
gave fihim memoranda of how he
wished his property distributed, but
omitted to mention the daughter, not
even leaving her the proverbial shilling,
which would have allowed him to leave
Mb many other dollars as he pleased.
At last the elder died and his will was
probatsd and the secretaries of a num
ber of missionary and church societies
were made happy over the knowledge
that their organizations had been left
thousands of dollars.
But Mre. Lewis has knocked, or at
least will soon knock the will to pieces.
She has recently heard of her father's
death and has placed her claim in the
hands of lawyers, and there is no doubt
in the minds of those informed on the
case that she will get half tbe estate, as
no mention at all was made of her in tbe
will. To disinherit a person who is a di
rect heir, it is necessary for the testator
to state in the will that it is his wish
the person should inherit nothing, or
else he should leave tbe person a nom
inal amount, which is in England usual
ly a shilling and in this country a dollar.
The will was probated here a short
time ago, but the matter will soon be
reopened, when Mrs. Lewis will show
tbat she is not as much disinherited aB
the elder thought when he bade ber
choose between him and her husband;
and the missionary cause in India will
again, through her, be a decided loser.
Mmc Rubo gave a charming music
ale to her pupils and their relatives on
Monday evening, the programme of
which was a follows :
Mi. Rubo—Evening Star, from Tannhauser,
Mrs. Schnabel—Aria from Marriage of Figaro.
Mr. Kutner—Ave Maria, by Liezzi.
>,:ne Hubo— Magic Song, Myer Helmund.
Mrs. Dr. Tolhurst and Mrs. Schnabel—Duo
from Marriage of Figaro.
Mrs. Creighton—Across the Dee, Coombs.
Mlbs Loomis, Mr. Kutner—Duo from Trova
tore, Honor to Our Mountains.
Herr Rubo—The Wanderer, Schubert.
Miss Loomis—Embarrassment, Franz Abt.
Mme. Doly—Maidens Wish, Chopin.
Quartette from Martha—Mrs. Schnabel, Mme.
Rubo, Mr. Kutner, Herr Rubo.
Those present were: Mrs. Butler, Mrs.
Hujhes, Mr. and Mrs. Telfair Creighton,
Mr. and Mrs. Schnabel, Dr. and Mrs.
Tolhurßt, Dr. Lummis, Dr. and Mrs.
Buebl, Mr. and Mrs. Kutner, Mr. and
Mrs. Strohn, Mrs. and Miss Marble. Mrs.
Stocker, Mrs. and Miss Masac, Mr. and
Mrs. Kubal, Mrs. and Miss Loomis,
Miss Minna Roeder, Mr. Jackson.
A quiet wedding took place at the ca
thedral on Main street yesterday morn
ing at 8 o'clock, the contracting parties
being Mr. John O'Connell, formerly of
Nye county, Nevada, and Miss Catherine
Moran, daughter of Mrs. Mary Moran.
The bride's family is so well known in
Los Angeles that it is scarcely necessary
to refer to the fact that they have lived
here since 1857, and that for years the
street in front of the old family resi
dence at the corner of Ninth street and
Myrtle avenue was known as Moran's
lane. Mrs. Moran, now a venerable
widow of 72 years, has seen many changes
in Los Angeles since Iter son, John P.
Moran. under sheriff of Los Angeles
county, and Miss Moran were children.
The ceremony at the cathedral was
brief but impressive. The altar was
beautifully decorated witb flowers, calla
lilies, roses and orange blossoms pre
dominating, and a true lover's knot of
lovely flowers was above tbe main altar.
Very Rev. J. Adams, V. G., officiated,
and some beautiful music was rendered
by the choir, which was under the direc
tion of Professor Gardner. Tbe wed
ding march from Lohengrin and the
Mendelssohn march were among the
The bridegroom waß accompanied by
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T. J. Cunningham as best man, and the
bride by Miss Susy M. Denison, brides
maid. Both bride and bridesmaid were
simply but tastefully attired, and the
cathedral was well filed by the friends
and acquaintances of the happy couple.
There was a reception at the residence
front 11 until 1 o'clock, which was
largely attended The guests were
served with a wedding breakfast, which
gave the friends of the bride and groom
a chance to drink their healths and
long life to both. A large number of
handsome and valuable presents were
received by the couple, a number being
from friends in San Francisco and other
places. Alter the reception the
couple started on their bridal trip, ex
pecting to visit Santa Barbara, San
Diego and other places, before returning
to the city to make it their permanent
A very pretty wedding took place yes
terday morning at the Plaza church, the
contracting parties being Mr. Jules
Viole, the pharmacist of the French
Benevolent society, and Miss Ang61e de
Groote of this city. The church was
Crowded with friends of both parties.
The wedding ceremony was performed
by Rev. Father Bnrgot. The choir was
led by Mr. J. P. Goytino and Mr. J.
Dupuy, and chanted several beautiful
hymns. The best men were Messrs. £.
Robin and P. Gouailhardou, and the
bridesmaids Misses de Groote and
Straube. The bride was attired in a
very pretty white silk costume, trimmed
with orange blossoms. The groom was
in full dress. They were the recipients
of many valuable presents. The happy
couple left on the afternoon train for
San Diego to spend their honeymoon at
the Hotel Del Coronado.
Next Friday evening, May 27th, the
first annual contest of the Southern Cal
ifornia Intercollegiate Oratorical associ
ation will be held in Y. M. C. A. hall,
Los Angeles. The contest will be con
ducted on the same plan as those among
the older colleges of the Atlantic coast.
Three colleges of this section will be
represented by orators contesting for
supremacy. Pomona college will be
represented by Mr. YarrowB, Occidental
college by Mr. Dilworth, and the Uni
versity of Southern California by Mr.
Besides these orations, there will be
an interesting literary and musical pro
gramme, making it well worth the two
bits admission charged to pay expenses.
It promises to be a close and interesting
Miss Ruth Plumb, daughter of the
late United States Senator Preston B.
Plumb of Kansas, arrived in the city
today. Miss Plumb will make a visit of
some months, and is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. T. 8. Fuller at 871 South Pearl
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$1500 to $3000 per Year.
Nothing pays better, and it ia sure.
Buy lO Acres of
And lay tbe foundation ol your fortune.
You can see for yourself how it ia done.
10 ACRES OF ALESSANDRO
At the present price, witb navel buds at
present price, will coat at the end of
four years, even if yon hire all yonr
work dove, less than $4000. The above
includes cost of land, grading, flaming,
trees, water, and care of same for four
years. Now, if you took care of yonr
own orobard, planted vegetables and
berries between the trees, which would
pay your expenses from the start, you
can readily see the truth of the above
Of course we are only speaking of
The most lovely valley in Southern
California: the beat orange land in the
State, and tbe land that those who
know it best call
God's Own Country.
For full particulars, apply to
Manager Land Department,
Bear Valley Irrigation Co.,
LAST & FISK,
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS,
131 N. MAIN ST".
COS ANGELES, OA.Ii.
Sole Agents for Southern California,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Association,
ORIGINAL BUDWEISERI .
ITLSENER EXQUISITE I
(St. Louis bottling,);
POB; SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
A carload of each has Just arrived and 1*
ready for distribution among tho trade.
8-31 3m Telephone 38.
Graduate from University of Berlin,
Twenty years' experience; five years in this
city, has devoted his life and 'labor to the
study of Special classes of diseases, namely -
Those of the Geuito-Drinary Organs and Organs
of tbe Respiration and Digestion, and Diseases
of tho Nervous System. '""TT"
THROTJG-H a long and diligent study under
the guidance and professorship ot the most
renowned medical men of Europe, the doctor
J" . e ?, a J?, t0 d'agnose each case with almost
Infallible correctness; as the exact diagnosis
Is everything in medicine, the success of my
treatment is obvions.
BUFFBRERB from private diseases of any
kind, iiritabillty of the BlaOider, or Kidney
Trouble, Diabetes,' Dpspepsia or any other de
rangement of the Stomach, Liver Complaint,
Asthma and Bronchitis would do well to con
sult the doctor at once.
A Thorough and Speedy Cure
Is assured in a majority of oases by a skillful
and scientific method of treatment.
If the case is incurable, the patient wlil be
candidly so informed.
Nasal Catarrh of the moat obstinate ohar
aoter thoroughly and quiokly oared.
Give the doctor a trial.
DR. H. ARENSBERG,
OEFICE, 111 NORTH BROADWAY,
Between First and Temple streets.
OFFICE HODB8: 9 to 12 a.m.: 2 to 5 p.m..
and 7 to 8 p.m. 5141 m "