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AGAINST AN ATTORNEY.
Action to Disbar Hrout:lit In the
Fanny Verona Baldwin Adams yester
day filed with the County Clerk a vol
uminous, but neatly written, document,
executed in her own hand, preferring
charges against O. E. Mason, Esq., a
lawyer, for unprofessional conduct,
which, she alleges, warrant his disbar
She alleges in her accusation that Mr.
Mason, on the 20th of February last,
agreed to undertake the conduct of a
suit against Richard Garvey for $50,000
damages; and that after drawing up
and filing the complaint in the cause, he
brought her an undesirable acquaintance
named Rose, whom he introduced to her
as a son of Senator L. J. Rose, and
represented that Mr. Rose would interest
himself in procuring the necessary bond
for her to insure the costs in her suit
against Garvey. Subsequently she dis
covered that Rose was not the son of L.
J. Rose, but that he was a disreputable
character, and that her reputation was
damaged by having been seen convers
ing with him in public places.
She says thst while Mr. Mason still
had her confidence she intrusted him
with the rude schedule of a suit that she
proposed to bring against Elias Jackson
Baldwin, with the understanding tbat he
should observe secrecy thereto until the
complaint was filed. It was during this
period that, during a business conference
with him as her attorney, Mason tried to
extract a promise of marriage from her
on "becoming free from her present in
cumbency or husband." She refused
his proposal with indignation, where
upon he apologized and promised never
again to propose marriage to her or at
tempt familiarity. Subsequently to this
he sent her a message that it was neces
sary for him to have audience with her
relative to tbe business in band. There
fore she repaired to his office, where
instead of confining himself to business
he soon branched off on to the subject of
matrimony, and threatened that if she
would not marry him or enter a house of
prostitution and earn money, which she
should divide with him as a partner,
he would have her suit against Garvey
thrown out of court, and would also pre
vent the action she was about to bring
against E. J. Baldwin. Further than
this, he threatened that if she would not
yield to his proposals he would traduce
her in every way in his power.
She alleges that her nerves were pros
trated from the shock and fright for some
time; that she was taken ill with a con
gestive chill, and that she suffered
partial congestion of the brain from the
righteous indignation aroused in her
spirit. She refused his proposals de
cidedly and emphatically, in conse
quence of which he proceeded to carry
out his threats. She alleges that her
suit against Garvey would have been
thrown out of court by default, but for
her timely action in asking an extension
She also alleges that Mr. Mason tried
to make her all the trouble possible with
her suits instead of trying to advance her
interests, and that she believes him to
have been bribed to work against her, at
the same time he was acting as her at
torney ; and that he violated professional
courtesy by snatching a letter from her
hand and reading it against her will; and
that from secrets so learned, and the in
formation she has given him, regarding
her proposed suit against E. J. Baldwin,
he caused a warped account thereof to be
published in the now defunct Evening
Telegram and gave her other damaging
Reference is made to "the snares of
millionaires and villains to prevent her
from acquiring finances necessary for life
snd moral safety;" and in this, or a simi
lar connection, she says that 0. E. Ma
son, knowing her desire to study law and
become a member of the bar, whereby
to earn a- livelihood, being
incapacitated by ill health
to do housework or other hard labor, has
been active in efforts to prevent her from
accomplishing her ambitions.
In closing she alludes to the question
of the right of suffrage and the disfran
chisement placed on women; and she
winds up her complaint against Mason
by characterizing him as a man "not fit
for a decent woman to wipe her feet
npon.'' The document is signed "Fannie
Verona Baldwin Adams, attorney
DANGERS OF THE STREETS.
• Lar|e Wooden Awning Fall* on
About 4:30 o'clock yesterday after
noon Mr. Harry Payne, of the Tribune,
stepped out of the first-floor window of
that establishment on to the large
wooden awning that projected out com
pletely over the sidewalk. He was fol
lowed by a man holding a large square
piece of canvas, and this they proceeded
to fix up at the edge of the awning for
the purpose of announcing the returns on
election night. They had occasion to
walk to and fro and suddenly the struc
ture on which they were standing
rocked and fell to the pavement
below. The sidewalk was crowded with
foot passengers, and a cry of horror went
up from those who were watching the
scene, for it seemed certain that many of
them wonld be caught. Those under
neath the falling timbers jumped, how
ever, in all directions, and all escaped
with the exception of James Tool, who
was struck down and buried in the
debris. Mr, Payne, who came down
with the awning, staggered aside unhurt,
snd then anxious hands removed the
woodwork and extricated Tool. He
was badly hurt, his face being scratched
and bis hands torn, while an
effort to lift him showed that his
right leg had been broken. He re
mained semi-unconscious for a minute,
being stunned by the shock and was
borne into a cigar store near by, where
he was seated until the patrol wagon
reached the spot. Medical exsmination
st the police station showed that his leg
wss broken near the hip and he was con
veyed to the County Hospital for treat
What the Offlcera of the Road
Really Intend to Do.
An article appeared in the Tribune
yesterday morning stating that the Rapid
Transit road is about to extend its opera
tions all over Southern California, and
literally gridiron this section with roads.
Burbank, Glendale, Pomona, Wilson's
Peak, Santa Monica, Santa Ana and San
Bernardino were said to be prospective
points of the system.
The officers of the road were seen in
the company's rooms on Aliso street
yesterday afternoon, and when the item
wss referred to they laughed
and said that it was news
to them. The only extension which
the company has in prospect at present
is to Pasadena and full particulars of the
survey giving the route to be followed
have already appeared in the Hbbald.
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SATFRDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1888.
It is possible that in the future the line
will be built on from its terminal at Mon
rovia, but before this is done the com
pany intends to carry out its criginally
outlined plan of constructing an elevated
road from the Mission Road into this
city to the grand depot that is to be
built on Aliso street, particulars of which
have appeared in these columns.
THE WIGWAM ATTACHED.
The Republican* (jiet a Bombshell
In Their Camp.
The Republicans came within an ace
of being left out in the cold last night,
for their wigwam was attached during
the afternoon by Joe Manning, who
brought claims before Judge Taney's
court for $106.50. One of these claims
was for $48 owing to Manning for the
last two years for transparencies sup
plied to the Republican County Central
Committee at the time of the election for
Sheriff two years ago. The other bill
was for $57.50 for work done during
the present campaign, and as Man
ning has been put off from
time to time by the financi 1 agents
of the Young Men's Republican Club
and the Central Committee he came to
the conclusion that they were trying to
beat him out of it, and he therefore at
tached the wigwam, which he estimates
is worth about $500. That his suspicions
were well founded was made evident by
what followed. The "grand old party"
tried to crawl out of the $48 indebted
ness by claiming that the bill was two
years old and therefore outlawed, but
Manning is a little too sharp
for them, for three days have yet
to expire before the two years are up.
It was a thunderbolt in tbe Republican
camp when the news came to their
headquarters that Constable Clemens
was in charge of the tent and that no
meeting could be held there last night
unless Joe Manning willed it so. They
ran about town in frantic endeavors to
do something and finally induced Mayor
W. IS. Monroe, of Monrovia, and Mr.
Frank Gibson to appear before Judge
Taney and file bonds for twice the
amount of the indebtedness, and
by this means get a temporary
release. One of the best points about
the whole affair is that Joe Manning is
a hard-working Republican, and bas
always been prominent in their ranks.
But then on a business proposition he
did not intend to be beaten out of his
money. "For," said he, "the Democrats
have always paid me for the work I
have done for them, and the Republi
cans will have to do so also." There
was another matter at the bottom of the
whole thing. Although Manning is an
ardent Republican, he is convinced
that Colonel Hewitt will make the
best treasurer for Los Angeles county,
and publicly announced that he intended
to vote for him. The Republican leaders
tried to argue Joe out of his opinion, but
he was firm in it and little quarrels arose,
resulting in yesterday's suit. This is the
second time that the wigwam has been
in trouble, as an accepted order of the
Young Men's Republican Club for $8
was once presented against it by a
restaurant keeper and the organization
announced that it did not have the
money with which to discharge the debt.
The settlement of the differences be
tween the contractors for the paving of
First street is occupying all the spare
time of Mayor Workman and Captain
Barrett, but it is probable that every
thing will be satisfactorily arranged to
day. The Santa Fe Railroad Company is
anxious that the work should be unshed
ahead,and the property owners are think
ing of holding a meeting to see if they
cannot devise means of pushing matters.
In the mean time Mayor Workman and
Captain Barrett are trying to formulate
an agreement which will be perfectly
equitable. There were two agreements
prepared one by Contractor Austen
which Contractor Sheerer would not ac
cept, and the other by Contractor Sheerer
which Contractor Austen would not ac
cept. Captain Barrett and Mayor Work
man have taken both of these agree
ments and will draw from them a third
agreement which will give both contrac
tors equal rights.
Suicide of an Unknown.
An unknown man was found dead yes
terday afternoon in a small clump of
trees known as Chapin's grove, in Pico
Heights. The near presence of an empty
bottle bearing the label "Strychnine,"
indicated very plainly the means by
which he had come to his death. John
McLean, a broker, residing at Pico
Heights, passing through the grove
about 3 o'clock saw the man Jying dead,
and supposed him to be drunk. AfUr
shaking him and finding him to be dead,
he gave notice to the neighbors and to
the Coroner. Eddie Chapin, a small boy
living at Rosedale, saw the man Thurs
day afternoon enter the grove. A jury
of inquest listened to the facts given
above and brought in a verdict of death
from a dose of strychnine, taken with in
tent to commit suicide. The man was
about 35 years bf age.
The following is a list of the arrests
made during the month of October:
Assault with a deadly weapon, 1: beg
ging, 7; battery, 14; burglary, 1; carry
ing concealed weapons, 3; drunk, 107;
disturbing the peace, 10; escape 1; em
bezzlement, 1; false pretenses, 1; gam-
insanity, 2; indecent exposure,
1; larceny, petit, 10; larceny, grand, G;
malicious mischief, 4; maintaining nuis
ance, 2; manslaughter, 1; robbery, G;
robbery, attempted, 1; suspicious per
sons, 11; smoking opium, 4; keeping
opium dens, 3; vagrancy, 12; violating
city ordinances, 30; witnesses, 11; sell
ing lottery tickets, 5; impersonating an
officer, 1; defacing telegraph poles, 1;
cutting telegraph wires, 1; runaway
boys, 3; for medical treatment, 28;
lodgers, 25; lost children, 2; loose
horses 21; total, 349.
The steamer City of Puebla left yester
day with the following people for San
Francisco: John Sherman, P. Bronsdon,
U. P. Bronsdon, Mrs. E. F. Beasley,
Mrs. D. R. Ratterman, Chas. D. Steck
lan, Wm. Schierbaum, Chas. Juellmalc,
Miss Mary Coats, Mrs. A. L. Maynard,
Miss N. Juqua, K. L. Paddock, H. D.
Maynard, J. T. Orr snd wife, Wm. Flyn,
J. Gotlieb, L. F. Brsemer, J. White, C.
Goodrich, F. Weller.F. S. Lanning, Geo.
Busey, Thomas Cox snd wife, E. W.
Moon and wife, S. Cornfield snd wife,
L. E. Johnson and wife, John Schone,
August Schone, Rev. Stephen Ssvans,
and six in the steerage.
For San Luis Obispo—Miss L. Broad
hurst, Mrs. A. Phillips, wife- snd chil
dren, Geo. Zimmerman, Colonel R. B.
Once More Chanced.
Another change has been made in the
[ staff of the T. &P. in this city. Mr. L.
Mills has been recalled to San Francisco,
hie former headquarters, snd Col. Mike
Welch Jr., will take charge of the freight
atid passenger agency in this city. Frank
Smith will remain traveling agent for
this territory, with headquarters at tlie
Main street office. Ihe reason why Mr.
Mills has been called back to San Fran
cisco is because his three years exi»r
ience there has made him a valuable
man for the company. Col. Welch's
many friends here will be glad to hear
that he will once more be permanently
located in Southern California. He ar
rived in the city on No. 19 last night.
Protection to Firemen Asralust
Editors Hebald—ln reading your
statement about the fire in the old Santa
Monica depot, I was astonished to notice
that the firemen had their faces scorched
by the intensity of the fire, and some of
them could not stand it, etc. It appears
that the process, so simple, to protect
the gallant firemen's faces is unknown
here, and for their benefit I will give it
through the columns of your popular
paper. It consists of the following: If
every fireman going to a fire had a kind
of a mask made out of the ordinary me
tallic gauze generally used here for our
doors and windows, which mask, being
attached to their hats and coats a dis
tance of oue or two inches from the face,
the fireman can stand any intensity of
fire without ihe least inconvenience. If
the chief fireman or any other person
interested in the matter wants to know
by what physical law such a thing takes
place, or mote about it, he may call at
any time at my sanitarium on Pearl
street, and I will cheerfully furnish all
information about it. Respectfully,
E. A. de Oailhol, M. I).
Mr. A. Brannin, trainmaster and chief
train dispatcher of the Northern Pacific
with headquarters at Tacoma, W. T., is
in the city.
A big excursion is to be run from
Whittier to this city to-night. The pas
sengers will come in on the regular train
and leave on a special after the political
meetings are over.
There is son:;? speculation as to
whether Paul M.,rton will succeed Mr.
Ripley in the po ition of Traffic Manager
of the 0. B. & Q , or remain at the head
of the freight department.
An Example to Others.
A Chinaman named Lung Kang at
tempted yesterday morning to emulate
the performance of an American pro
fessional tramp by beating a freight train
into town. The essay was made at the
San Fernando tunnel, but proved
disastrous for the Mongolian. He jumped
at the train but his judgment was erratic,
and he fell between the cars. Half of
the train passed over him, completely
crushing his left side. He died shortly
after the accident.
Chas. M. Stimson vs. Eduljee Sorabjee
—Suit for $1,750 due on contract to con
vey realty; judgment asked for that
amount and annulment of contract if not
W. L. Case vs. P. W. Dooner and
Sheriff Kays—Petition for temporary
writ of injunction to restrain defendants
from selling property of plaintiff under
Frank 11. Taggart and Lea A. Dabney
—Petition for letters of insolvency.
At 8 o'clock yesterday morning H.
Watson, the prisoner who was shottl>v
Constable Magee while attempting to
escape, died from the result of Lis
wound. Coroner Meredith will hold the
inquest to-day at 1 o'clock. An autopsy
was held on the body of deceased at Orr
& Sutch's yesterday afternoon and the
course of the bullet was traced. It is
expected that the testimony at the in
quest will show that the shooting was
A Pleawant muslcalc.
The musicale given Thursday evening
by Mrs. Emily J. Valentine, was
thoroughly enjoyed by a large number of
people who received invitations. Tlie
programme was excellently well rendered
and the various numbers were given by
Misses Valentine, Clark, Dunsmore,
Dickey, Nolan, Werner, Bennett, Pres
ton and Messrs. Valentine, Blasius,
Schilling, Burbeck, Olhausen and
The following Pullman passengers left
yesterday for San Francisco and the
By the 1:15 p. m. train—Mr. Bird,
Judge Widney, G. F. Wright, Mrs. G.
A. Gaston, D. McFarland, E. H. Snow
E. L. Plumb, W. H. Mintzer, A. F.
By the 10:30 p. m. train—Mr. Owens,
Mrs. Palm, A. D. Smith, F. Smith, G.
One Agency Less.
The St. Louis and San Francisco Road,
which owns an equal interest with the
Santa Fe in the A. & P. line, has abol
ished its agency at San Francisco, owing
to the fact that the change of lime by the
Santa Fe results in the entire loss of the
California business foi merlv enjoyed by
that line. The Santa Fe makes good the
deficit out of its own revenue, as the two
companies are on a very friendly footing.
The return game between the Coltons
and Tribunes to-morrow promises to be
a good one, as the match last Sunday be
tween the two teams was one of the best
played since the opening of the Prospect
Park grounds. The Oolton's are a strong
club and their defeat has touched them
sorely, so to-morrow they will have their
best men in the field and are determined
to show what they can do.
An Oil Suit.
The esse of Juan M. Luco against
Robert S. Baker is on trial in Judge
Gardiner's court. The suit is in relation
to an oil claim known as the Pico Oil
Springs mine. The plaintiffs allege that
a transfer defendant made to the Cali
fornia Star Oil Works Company for *5
__\ th»t the realsmount
wss $150,000. The suit is brought to
recover this amount.
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RECTAL ULCERATION, CATARRHAL CON
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lame hack, tired feeling about the legs, coated
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physician to suspect? If so, DB. BLAKESLEE
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Many cases c«n be cured in twenty-four hours
if taken In time.
Syphilis (blood taint) whether of recent o:
leng duration can be entire y eradicated from
the system by the use of my vegetable remedies
without me>cury in any form. There is no
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Are you troubled with Strlctuer, or any other
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in this country and abroad, has made himself
familiar with all such cases.
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Drs. D. & B. are a firm of physicians, one
specialist of which has charge of each depa t
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Parlors. Nos. 39 and AO.
the elevator at the First office floor.
Phrenologists and Physicians
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Office—No. 243 North Main St.
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Carpet and Wall Paper House.
In order to redr.ce onr stock to make room lor new goods, we wm offer
IZZ&tin? 1 ™ C "P* £™ 35c. peryscdlup.
Linoleums, Matling, Draperies, etc., at proportionately low prices.
In WALL PAPER we will give yon
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Embossed Gilts Fr'omiste: >
Borders and Decorations at equally low figures.
BEN COHEN, 240 S.Jpng St., Los Angeles.
OkW COUNTRY PROPERTY.
. ________ »«0,000-114 acres rich, leyel land, located 2% miles northeast
tkW ~ ™„'"WV r, ° acres in slfalfa ' 7 crops cut this year family
WlsWsssMslmTß I Ef? ; balance of land fine corn, vegetable or alfalfa land;
snout J acres of timljer; fine flowing well; house of 6 rooms;
W&g large barn. Will take part exchange city property.
El ssssFr?lflssssßi§ "30,000-A 20 acre orange grove; 1600 orange trees, 10 years
mfa ° ; d; income last year, $3500; certain to reach $5000 'his year:
f, < !2?^ once °' 1 1 , rooms: baru and packing house; located at
geles properti*' agno avcEGe - Will exchange for Los An-
B B • __l°P°^ n c ae L e '' . 9 f 0 ™ 8 oranges, full bearing; 400 apple, 600
■ 1 peach, 250 apricot trees; 25 nectarine, 25 fig, 20 neari, 20
■ m__ PA*£»i."ff*ll frufts, corn, alfalfa; good house, 5 rooms, and
I tH property" 1881 00,1463 near Azu «- Will exchange for city
H fIH 3 * hSJjfcsSS A . n K elei J cl °«* to schoolhouse and postoffice;
mm |B 5„ h , a ° dsom » ra , ncl } of over 2000 acrea; wood aud water iv abun^
ssfl B*M ? h auce: i \ Jltable fjr 'rult, grain or stock; at 50 per cent, less
mm _____ than lands in same neighborhood. Beat bargains in Southern
■0 California, Call at once.
MWm CITY PROPERTY-GREAT BARGAINS.
B&B "W" unimproved.
_____ m_\ Two lots in childs tract.
■aS sBWB Tw<> >ots in West Bounie Brae tract.
EH 3\S Lot 45x140 cast side Main street near =everjth, ?JOO frout foot.
JfqWf mmmtm Two splendid lots on Angeleno Heights; cheap
iffl-rMf VBdHB» From Mfiin to Spring, 50 feet, at $800 front foot.
K » Bt »' de Maln street, between Eighth and Ninth, $100 front foot.
80<eet on Spring street, tet. Fourth and Fifth. House of 8 rooms, Hope street; $5,500.
50 feet, with buildings, on Spring street, near New bouse, 8 rooms, Judson street; $5200.
Seventh. _,■*___, „ ~. Honse and lot, California st, near Main; $3500.
House and lot, on Main street, near Tenth. Grand avenue house and lot; a bargain
Honse and lot, on Hill street, bet. Ninth and Washington street lot. 105x176. house of S
Tenth, west side; $11,500. , rooms, for $7500.
Borne extra bargains in McGarry tract, East Los Angeles property and Boyle Heights
CALL AND SEE OUR FEINTED LIST.
Staunton & Matthews, 21 North Spring St.
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HAVE YOU A COLD IN THE HEAD which does not get better? Have yon an excessive se -
cretion of mucus matter In the nasal passages? Are you troubled by hawking, spitting, weak
and inflamed eyes, frequent soreness of the throat, ringing or roaring in the ears, more or let*
impairment of tbe hearing, loss of smell, memory impaired, dullness or dizziness of tho head,
dryness or heat of the nose? Have you lost all sense of smell? your breath foul? Ii so, you
have the Catarrh. Some have all these symptoms, others only a part.
Restores the sense of taste and smell, removes bad taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from
catarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow directions and a cure Is warranted by all druggists.
CAPTAIN CHARLES L. DIMON, of New York City, formerly special agent of the Phoenix
and Home Insurance Company at San Francisco, Cal., says: "I had been troubled with Chronic
Catarrh for twenty years. A friend In Woodland, Cal., recommended your California CAT-B
CUBE. I procured a jar. having but little faith in its curative properties; but I must say, after
using three Jars, I am cured of that disgusting disease. Inclosed find 85, for which send me
California CAT-B-CUBE for some friends, who are sufferers."
tor Sale by C. H. Hance, 17 ana TO N. Spring St.; F. \V. Braun A Co.,
Wholesale Agents, Los Angeles, Cal.
Atlantic Steamship Agency.
Canard, White Star, National, State and Wilson Steamship Lines*
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