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Weather Bureau.
Report of obsarvatioas tak-jn at- Loi Angolas
July 7, lSf)3:
61
00
80
03
IVol I
3 jOlourty
0 [oiear.
a. m..
p. in.
Maxim am temperature, 70.
Minim am temperature, 59.
Indications.
Forecast tor BouWn:n California: Fair
weather; warmer; westerly winds.
Nyer;ligee shirts, neckwear, underwear,
hosiery and suspenders selling for half
price at Desmond's clearance Bale, No.
122 Month Spring streot.
Tlae yonng Redondoa and the young
Boyrle Heights Stare will crosa bata today
at tho Firet etreet grounds at 1 o'clock,
A fjood gome ia anticipated.
All Knox, Dunlap and Yoaman atyle
hats (regular price $5) now going like
hot cakes at $2.60 at Desmond's clear
ance sale, No. 122 South Spring etreet.
Undelivered telegrams at the Western
Union telegraph office, corner of Court
and Main ataeeta. July 7. 1893, for
Will H. Booth and George H. Aydelotte.
Desmond's annual clearance sale of
surplus and broken lines in hats and
men's furnishing goode will last but a
few days longer at No. 122 South Spring
etreet. Everything in above line ia
positively being sold for half the regular
price. Don't miaa the sale.
Cbriat church Sunday school pic
nicked-yeaterday at Verdugo park. In
tbe absence of Superintendent Shaw
the rector of the pariah., Rev. A. S.
Clarke, acted as master ot ceremonies,
being ably -assisted by Mr. George W.
Parsons. There waa a large attendance
of children, most of them accompanied
by parents and friends, and all had a
very merry time.
Los Angelea Parlor No. 45, Native
; Sons of the Golden Weat, installed the
following officers last Thursday evening:
Poet preaident, E. C. Schnabel; preai
dent, Dr. D. W. Edelman; first vice
president, H. H. Adler; eecond vice
president, Edmund Germain; third
vice-president, A. Roth; recording sec
retary, Homer C. Katz (re-elected);
financial secretary, E. H. Schnabel (re
elected); treasurer, J. A. Bernal (re
elected); mnrahal, A. O. Raphael (re
elected) ; surgeon, Dr. D. W. Edelman;
inside aentiriel, L. laaacs ; outside sen
tinel, A. C. flrode; trußteea, M. ißaaca,
R. L. JenHns, L. Prager. The cere
monies were conducted by Deputy Grand
Preaident Schnabel and Dietrict Deputy
Variel. lajb Angeleß Parlor No. 45 waa
awarded tho firat prizd for the best float
in the Fourth of July parade.
The Ladies*
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladiea may use the Califor
nia liquid laxative Syrap of Figs, under
all conditions, makes it their favorite
remedy. To get the true and genuine
article, look for tbe name of the Cali
fornia. Fig Syrup company, printed near
the bottom of tha package.
The OAleu Institute,
Office, 305>a South Spring etieet, Los
Angelea. From their experience in the
hospitals of Europe and America, their
knowledge of the rapid advancements
that have been made in diagnosing and
treating diseaaea in the last few years,
can tell the probability of a cure in all
cases of chronic diseaaea. They make
every case a special study, and will not
' take any caae unless tbere ia a moral
certainty of making a complete cure.
They will guarantee a complete cure in
every case they take for treatment. Ser
vices free of charge.
58.10 4-5.
It took a little time to convince the
public tbat the Keating wheel is the
peer of any other make —proof—Jen-
kins made the beet time on a Keating
Wheel ont of 00 etartera in the Santa
Monica road race.
Bny them from Hawley, King <fc Co.
Redondo auction today. Take the 10:30
train from Grand avenue depot.
Tt. D. List, notary public. Legal papers care
fully drawn. 127 W. Second; telephone 166.
The Watch, the World, und the Herald.
The New Yot* Weekly World ia the leading
American paper, and is Ita largest auo. best
weekly printed.
The Columbia watch Is an excellent time
keeper, with clock movement, tpring in a bar
rel, steel pinion, clean free traiu and a good
timekeeper. It is 2% inches in diameter, 1 1-32
inches thick, and requires no key to wiud.
You can have tho Daily Heuald one year,
the Weekly World odo year, and the watch,
all for $3. The Weekly Herald, the watch
and the World will be sent any subscriber for
$3 : in cash. This Is a splendid offer, and can b3
taken advantage of by any strbscriber of the
Iter.ALn. Send cash to Aytrs i Lynch, Los An
geles, Cal.
Hast India Herb Tea Cures
Constipation, biliousness avd head-ache,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidneys, mauos new blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample free. H, M. bALB & EON, agents,
220 South Spring street.
United States Market.
J. K. Taylor Has purchased the above busi
ness at 202 South Spring Btreet. Kresh game,
fish, shrimps, crabs, etc., when iit season. Mud.
crate prices. Goods dellv.Ttd frua.
Largest Stock of I r and Vetretabtes.
Cherries, cur.ants und apricots, ths best iv
the market, at Alehouse Er:t.', 105 W. First
stteot. Teiepbone iiHb.
We take pleasure In announcing that wo are
now fully prepared to do all kinds of g\an
beveling, and mituufactn<e all kinds of French
pluiC mirrors. Old aud damaged mirrors re
sUrered, AU work guaranteoil. 11. iinphael .
Co., 443 and 410 South Spring st
Heug le9,
Importer and dealer in Chinese anl Jaaaneso
fancy goods. All kinds of tllks, silk dress pat
emrroldereji s.lk dressing gowns, shawls
and handkerchiefs flntl ftonerai furnishing
gondf, and also maiiufacturttr of ladiea* under
wear, f respectfully call tho attention of the
public to the fact that all n:y stock is »ow on
sufcciil sa:e. regardless of cost No. 5C5 North
Main street, opposite the I'Uza.'Los Angeles.
Ottr Ifome Hrew.
Meier & Zob: lcln's lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught In all the principal sa
loons, dePvereji promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office aud brewery, 441 Aliso street. Tele
phone 01.
Poison Oak—Hairs Creum Salve
will Rive Immediate relief and cure in 2i
hours. 25 and 50c. OS' & Vdugtioa'd drug
store, Fourth au! spiring bis.
Paper Hangers,
Yon can buy at cost at iJclcst.-oni & Btrasburg's
closing out sale.
Wall paper at cost; nans'. seU: white back, 4
cents a roll. Chicago Wail Paper House, 237
bouin street.
250 envelopes, 50c; \: rut writing papor. 250.
Langttadter, 214 W. Second, Hollenbeck hotel.
Wagon nmbrel'ai, summer lap dusters. Toy's
old reliable saddlery house,Bls .-. l.os Angeles.
Bverybody can buy wall paper below cost, aud
J-•«!•«' tt huhir fez 10c a rjili. .jt:t7 tt Rnrtno,
MEMORANDA.
$5.G0 to San Diego and retnrn Satur
day and Sunday, over the famous surf
line of the Southern California railway
(Santa Fe routs). Saturday and Sunday
ticketa good returning Monday. Trains
leave at 8:16 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. from
Santa Fe station, foot of First street.
One thousand dollars reward for any
sewing machine that will do as great a
range of work, doing it as easily if as
well, as can be dona on the Advance
Davis, of Vertical Feed Davis sewing
machine. For particulars call at the
Davis office, 128 South Main street.
Mr. S. Reinhart, late proprietor of the
Arcade Depot hotel of this city, takes
pleasure m informing bis many friends
and patrons that he has rented the
Arcadia hotel, Santa Monica, and will
open the same July lat, thoroughly
renovated and newly equipped.
The Pasadena Mountain railway con
nects Lob Angeles and Pasadena with
the summit of the Sierra Madre moun
tains. Magnificent scenery, cool breezes,
pure water and good entertainment at
Hotel Rabio. Take Terminal railway
at 9 a. m.
Today the new proprietor of the King
choc etore will begin to sell his fine
stock of shoes at lower prices than have
ever before been offered in this city. Be
sure and call, get the prices, and if you
are needing shoes you will be cure to
buy.
Dr. Charleß dePzigetby is now located
in tbe Bryeon-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence Baker block. Office hours, 11:30
to 3:30. Sum! aye and evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1150; resi
dence telephone, 1056.
Go to the Original Bakeny and Lunch
and Oyster parloas, 113 West First Btreet,
for an excellent cup of coffee. Try the
Original. Open day and night. Ladies'
private rooms. Strawberry shortcake a
specialty.
Go to Ebinger'a restaurant; best
French dinner and order honae in the
city. Everything firat-claaß. Attentive
white waitera. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, southwest corner
Third and Spring.
H.C Lichtenbereer's art emporium,
107 N. Main etreet, ia headquarters for
picturee, framee, mouldings and artists'
materials. Only tTrst-elaes goods cold.
Sole agent for the celebrated Soule
photograph.
During the abaence of Capt. Emil
Harris of tbe California State Detective
bureau, 10 Court Btreet, at the world's
fair, his office will be nnder the manage
ment of Captain Moody and competent
operatives.
Grand illumination—Catalina'a peake
and harbor will be illuminated Satur
day night, nnder direction of boya' brig
ade. Steamer Hermoea connects with
Log Angeles trains. See time tables.
Lawn tennis shoes, any size, 65c; car
pet slippers, men's or ladies', b*sc; fine
light men's shoes for the season, $2.50,
at the cheapest place on earth for boots
and shoes. 118 East First Btreet.
Tomorrow afternoon a missionary
from tbe South Sea islands will speak at
the Y. M. C. A. Tbe meeting will be
open to both ladieß and gentlemen, ser
vices commencing at 3 o'clock.
2 U and all others needing lnmber,
would say that we have reduced prices
ami should be pleased to give yon figures
on your lumber bill. Willamette L. Co.,
204 S. Spring.
Deposit your Mexican dollars and all
kinds of old silver at the silversmiths
and draw out new spoons, forks, etc.
Alwayeopen. Basement Timei building.
When at Banta Monica go to Bellevue
Cottage, Ocean avenue. Superb ocean
view. Best of table board; meals served
transients. Mrs. C. W. Stewart, prop.
Hlich's restaurant, 145 and 147 North
Main etreet. Everything nerw and first
class. Private apartments. Freeh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
Mrs. A. Mendenhall, hairdreesing and
manicnring, 107 North Spring etreet,
rooms 24, 25 and 26, Schumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
To save time, money and much suffer
ing, take Arabian Headache Powders.
I It iB the best and safest remedy yet die
' covered for headache and neuralgia.
Littleboy's pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 31T South Spring street.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey has resumed
-practice at 114 South Spring etreet,
rooms 5 and 6. Consultation honra, Ito
5 p.m. Telephone 1227.
Ob and after Sunday, July oth, the
Douglas military band will give prome
nade concerts at Westlake park, begin
ning at 7 p.m.
Tbe only Keeley Institute in Southern
California is at Riverside. The Los An
geles office is at rooms 64 and 65, New
Wilßon block.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239>i Sonth
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Best sets of teath from $6
ta $10.
For a good table wine.order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50e pergal. T.Vache & Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Dr. Price, M. B. C. V. S., veterinary
surgeon; California stable, 373 N. Main
ct. Office tel., 48; residence tel., 1105.
Fine black clay diagonal suits, far 60
days only, at $10 —former price, $55.
Korn'& Kantrowitz, 214 S. Broadway.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main street.
Dr. A. Z, Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 12G North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
Go to the King and satisfy yourself
that you can buy shoes cheaper tbere
than at any other place in the city.
Dr. K. D. Wiee, office 22(1 South Spring
street. Office hours from Btolo a. m.
and 2t05 p. in. Talephone 346.
Go to Arrowhead Hot Springs for your
Bummer outing. The famous mountain
resort of Southern California.
A fine line oi new shoes, late styles, to
he sold at the King, 222 3. Spring Btreet,
at great reduction in prices.
Senour's floor paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers & Sons, agents,
420 South Spring street.
If you want an excellent piece of prime
roast beef, go to Louia Streuber, 138 N.
Main et. Tel. 100.
G. A. Dojbinson has removed to room
1, Bryeon block, corner Spring and
Second.
One fare to all points Sunday on the
Southern California railway (Santa Fe
route.)
Ladies' tan Oxfords at greatly reduced
prices. The King, 222 S. Spring Btreet.
S. Conradi, watch repairing and dia
mond eetting. Spring and Franklin.
Freßh smoked sturgeons this week.
Jedofsky & Werner, Mott market.
Ladies' Turkish baths, 230 South Main
Etreet; open week days only.
H. 0 "oyer, M.D. Offices, 230 South
Main Et.cet; hours, 10 to 4.
Insure with A. C. Golab, 147 South
Broadway,
Redondo auction today. Take the 10:30
tan<n f*cm Grar.sr aVenne <<epot»
LOS ANGELES HERALDt SATURDAY MORNING-, JULY 8, 1893.
MR. DENFORTH'S SILK GARTERS.
He Tried Them on Mrs. Herron
and Nearly Was Shot.
He Is Siiposed to Be Still Running:
from the Bullets.
Mr. Herron Beturned from the Lodge
Just in Tims to Do Some
Shooting, Bat Willi
Bad Aim.
It waa only a pair of silken garters,
but they came near breaking up a
happy home Thursday night, and were
the cause of a good deal of unpleasant
ness in tbe home of H. P. Herron, who
resides at 517 Twelfth atreet.
Herron ia a married man ; if this were
not so there weuld probably have been
no garters and no story. With Mr. and
Mre. Herron resided, until the garters
appeared npon the ecene, Mrs. Herron'e
brother ana his friend, James Dan forth.
On Thursday night Mr. Herron kissed
hia pretty wife farewell and went out to
spend the evening at his lodge. No
warning spirit in the shape of a pair of
silken garters whispered alarmingly in
hia ear, and he left bis home all uncon
scious of the terrible scene in store for
him.
Mr. James Pen forth had a pair of
garters; not plain, ordinary garters, but
poetical combinations of pale blue Bilk
and sn per fine elaatic. It haa not tran
spired how he obtained the articles. He
saya he found them —an ordinary occur
rence, perhaps, to Mr. Denforth—per
haps he bought them, or perhaps they
appeared to him aa tbe jewels appeared
to Margnerite, and were aent by the
evil one for hiß undoing; but, Anyhow,
he had tbe garters.
It waa getting late in the evening and
the connubial sky wae aa yet unclouded,
when Mra. Herron paased through Den
forth's room to go to her own. She
passed the gentleman in his and wae
returning from her own room when
Denforth spoke to her, saying he had
found a pair of garters and wished to
make hia friend's wife a present of
tbem.
He produced the silken bands, and tbe
lady was dazzled. But waß it a proper
present to receive from a good looking
young man? At first ehe thought not;
but she looked at the garters again.
Then Mr. Denforth, who evidently is
nothing if not poetical, remembered
tbat a wish should niwaysgo with a new
pair of garters, and, to make the wish
materialize, the giver must put them
on. "May I?" whispered the tempter;
but Mrs. Herron wae shocked, and de
nied the insidious proposal.
"It is quite proper, quite," urged the
tempter; and another look at the gar
ters sealed her fate.
With a blush and pretty hesitation
Mrs. Herron placed ber little foot npon
a convenient lounge and raising her
dainty skirts dazzled the donor with the
charms she exposed to his fascinated
vision.
But "there's many a slip twixt the
cup and tbe lip," and James's tremb
ling bands had barely adjusted the silk
en bands when —bang —went the hus
band's revolver and the comedy became
a tragedy.
Or would have become one, had not
James's agility equalled hia taste in
feminine underwear.
Garters, Mrs. Herron, everything but
the knowledge that bullets were flying
around, fell into insignificance.
In two jumps James was in the Btreet;
the infuriated husband fired again and
again but the speed ot the leaden pel
lets was not in it with the speed of the
lege of James, and the rash purveyor of
garters escaped unharmed.
By thia time Sargeant Morton added
himaelf to the dramatis personel and
Herron waa placed nnder arrest on
charge of assault with a deadly weapon.
Yeßterday morning, however, he was
diacharged from custody snd allowed to
return home.
Some say that Denforth ia still run
ning, while othera declare he hae only
sought retirement in the peaceful shades
of Ventnra, but by thia time he haa
probably made np his mind to "find" no
mere garters, and henceforth Mrs.
Herron will adjust ber own.
How Is This ?
Something unique even in these days
of mammoth premium offers, it ia the
latest effort of Stafford's Magazine, a
New York monthly of home and gen
eral reading.
The proposition ia to send the Maga
zine one year for one dollar, the regular
enbseription price, and in addition to
aend each snbacriber fifty-two complete
novels during the twelve months, one
each week.
Think of it. Yon receive a new and
complete novel, by mail, post paid, every
week for 52 weeks and ia addition you
get the magazine once a month, for
twelve months, all for one dollar. It is
an offer which the publish' ra can only
afford to make in the confident expec
tation of getting a hundred thousand
new subscribers. Among the authors in
the coming series are Wiilkie Collina,
Walter Bessant, Mrs. Oliphant, Mary
Cecil Hay, Florence Marryat, Anthony
Trollope, A. Conan Doyle, Miss Brad
don, Captain Marryat, Miae Thackery
and Jules Verne. If you wish to take
advantage of this nnusual oppor
tunity tend one dollar for Staf
ford's Magazine, one year. Your
first copy of the magazine and
your firet number of the fifty-two novela
(one each week) which you are to re
ceive during the year will be sent you
by return mail. Remit by P. O. order,
registered letter or express. Address
H. Stafford, Publisher
Stafi'ord'a Magazine,
P. O. Box 22tU,
New York, N. Y.
Please mention this paper.
Sunday Train Service on Terminal Ball
way.
8:00 a. m., Long Beach, East San Pe
dro, connecting with Hermosa for Cata
lina island. Fare, $2 50, round trip.
11:45 a. in., 12:45 and 5:15 p. m.
Rubio ctmou, fare, 75 cents, ronnd
trip; Echo mountain, fare, $1.75, round
trip, at 9:00 a. m., 1:25 and 4:00 p. m.
Saturday night train for Rubio cafion
and Echo mountain, 6:20 p. m., return
ing at 10:00 p. m. Finemußic and en
tertainment at Rubio pavilion.
Glendale and Verdugo park, 8:15 a.
m„ 12:00 m. and 5:25 p. m.
Banta ;., .ilea on Sunday.
The Redlands band in concert from
the band stand on the esplanade. Bath
houses are all running. Hotel Arcadia
reopened under new management, and
gives a ball every Saturday night to ita
guestß. Round trip Saturdays and Sun
days on the Southern Pacific 50 centa.
Redondo auction todar. T < V :".r»
train from <rri"il r. ti
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Baking
Powder
Personals
R. D. Millar, in company with several
other gentlemen, left the city Thursday
for a prospecting trip to the Mojave
desert. They expect to be gone several
week".
Mrs. W. A. Davis and two children
and Mrs. J. Davis and child from Brent
wood, Contra Costa county, are in the
city visiting relatives and friends. They
are the guests of Rev. D. Hughes and
family, 843 Hemlock: street.
F. 8. Barnard, who is attending lec
tures at Hahnemann Medical college,
Philadelphia, ia enjoying hia vacation
in Southern California. He ia at pres
ent the guest of his father, Thos. G.
Barnard, 921 South Hill street.
Fitzgerald Murphy, the yonng dra
matist who wob recently editing the late
California Newa Critic of thie city, oc
cupies an editorial position on the Btaff
of the Morning Advertiser, New York
city. In August he will retire from
journalism temporarily and assume the
business management of Comedian Car
roll Johnaon, who is now playing in a
very successful play from Mr. Murphy'a
pen. He will return to Loa Angelea
after the close of the theatrical season.
THE COURTS.
Casas on Trial Yesterday-New Suits
Filed.
Yesterday morning tha trial of the
$10,000 damage suit of Yespasien la
Croix va. A. L. Apfel, wherein the de»
fendant was accused of uttering slanders
about the plaintiff, waa resumed in
Judge Van Dyke'a court. After argu
ments which lasted until nearly noon
the jury was instructed for
consultation. They agreed upon a ver
dict after dinner and found in favor of
the defendant.
A few dava ago in the alimony case of
Mra. E. V. Banschnetz v. O. G. Ben
achuetz Judge Wade vacated an order
previously made that he should pay his
wife $13 a week alimony. Mra. Ben
schuetz began divorce proceedings
ngainet her husband, and the case waa
docketed to Judge Clark's department.
Yeater.day he made an otder that Mr.
BenßchueU should pay hia wile $50 ali
mony.
An interlocutory decree was rendered
by Judge Shaw yesterday in the case of
Raymond ye. Waterman, administrator.
It iB a suit upou.the enforcement of a
land contrast.
The di-.it.rict attorney yesterday tiled
informations against M\ Chavez, charg
ing him with assault with a deadly
weapon; H. K. Hamilton, two informa
tions charging assault to murder; and
Marion Smith, charging assault with a
deadly weapon, and July Bth was set for
the arraignment ot the defendants.
Charles Elgin, a colored boy 14 years
of age, accused of stealing a horse be
longing to Heronimo Lopez, pleaded
entity yesterday in Judge Smith's court
to the cuarge, and was sentenced to the
reform school at Whittier.
The case of Cortvernne ye. Maholm, a
snlt to secure the recission of a contract,
waa on trial before Judge Shaw yeeter
day afternoon.
Judge Shaw yeaterday issued an order
in the case of Miller ye. The City Bank,
directing George H. Stewart to deliver
certain securities to Receiver Brodtbeck,
and granted leave to J. B. Nevil to file a
complaint in intervention.
mtw suits.
Among the new suits Hied yeaterday
in the county clerk's office were the
following:
H. H. Heath vs. James B. Adama—
Suit for foreeloaure of a mortgage for
$268.
J. T. Kuggin? va. Daniel Meloy et al.
—Suit for foreeloaure of a mortgage for
$200.
Divorce proceedings have been com
menced by Adele George vs. C. H.
George.
Petition by F. A. Hutchinson and E.
L. Blaneharrl for probate of the will of
Mary Ellen Peterson, the estate being
valued at $1400.
Lost.
Once lost, it ie difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time, leat
you become bald. Skookum Roet Hair
Grower atopa falling hair. Sold by
druggists.
Santa Catalina Island.
Those who want to avoid a long Bea
trip to Catalina will soroly take the
Southern Pacific company and connect
with the Hermoßa at San Pedro. Quick
est route aud less sea travel than by any
other line. Hotel Metropole reopened
tinder new management. Fine orchea
tra. Round trip on Saturday aud Sun
day, tickets good to return nutil Mon
day, $2.50. Take Southern Pacific train
at Arcade depot. See their time table
in this paper.
Half Price.
In Kohler & Frohling tract 66 lots,
$550, $600 and $650. Sold in 1887 at
$1100 to UI3OO. Terms one-fourth cash,
balance three years, interest 1% per
cent. Streeta graded, graveled and
curlied; cement sidewalks and water
laid. Call and see it. Free carriage.
VV. J. Fisher, 227 W. Second Btreet.
J.ant Appearance of Harmon.
The high diver makes his last leap
from mammoth wharf at 2:15 p. m.
Sunday. Fishing at Port Los Angelea ia
the best on the coast. Fishing tackle
and bait can be had on the wharf.
Southern Pacific round trip 50 cents.
Half Hates on tbe Southern Faelfle
Every Sunday, to all pxnts in South
ern California.
Redondo auction today. Take the 10:30
train from Grand avenue depot.
Itching, Aefctne Pllea— Hall's Cream Salve
will give Immediate relief and li a positive
cure. 25 and 50c. Off& Vaughn's drug store,
Fourth and Bp ting sts.
Pennsylvania and Champion lawn mowers
very low. .1 W. Kikor Alons. 113 N. Main st.
EMMA JUCH'S COSTUMES.
The Litigation About Them Settled By
Judge Clark.
About a year ago the Emma Juch
Opera company came to grief in Los An
geles, and the properties of the organi
zation were attached. Considerable lit
igation ensued, and there were several
suita in connection with the matter.
Amongst othera was the suit of Egener
vs. Juch et al. Manager Locke was one
ot the parties defendant, and it was in
connection with the litigation that At
torney Jay E. Hunter had a personal
encounter in San Franciaco with several
theatrical gentlemen who took- olFensu
at him, and in which he handled one of
them pretty roughly.
The present suit haa been pending
quite a long time, and yesterday Judge
Clark rendered hia decision. lie gave
a judgment in favor of the plaintiff
against defendant Locke, and in favor
of Mies Emma Juch against the plain
tiff. He alao gave the plaintifi permis
sion to amend his pleadings if he so de
sires.
A POSTAL CLERK'S SUIT.
Be Wants Damages From a Bail way for
XaJarltVa.
A damage suit for $30,000 occupied the
attention of Judge Van Dyke and a jury
yesterday afternoon. It waa the caae of
A. Palmeteer vs. the Southern Pacific
company. The plaintiff was a postal
clerk on a passenger train npon tbe
Southern Pacific in 1891. June 15th of
that yeas, while the train wae running
from Martinez toward Port Costa, there
was a collision in which Mr. Palmeteer
was injured. He alleges that it was
caused by the negligenoe and careless
ness of tbe company, and that hie in
juries are of auch a nature that he will
never be entirely well again. Tbe plain
tiff, who ia a tali, slender young man,
was on the witness stand the greater
part of the afternoon, and seemed to ex
perience considerable difficulty in de
scribing tbe accident from some impedi
ment in his speech. The trial will be
resumed today.
GORES OF SISIC HEADACHE.
>Y. D. Edwards, Palmyra, 0., write* >
•'I bove b«en a arena nnfferer from
«.>?ii" I'-m n nnd Niett Headache, au'J
have tried inuiy tncdlciues, bat
la tho only ana that {rave me relief. ■
find that one pill acts bettor than
three of any other kind, and does not
weaken or gripe.•' Elegantly sngajr
coated. Dose xr*all. Prlco, as cents.
SOIJD> EVERYWHERE.
Office, HO to 141 Washington St, li, V,
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|| At KAN-KOO |f
II Begins WEDNESDAY, July 5. 8
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<>♦ See our window of Baskets worth
from 40c to 81.00. tt
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|| Them for 25 Cents. ||
tt Durlnß 0>1« sale ws allow yon tt
TT from 20 to p»r cent dtscouat. Jt
TV You need a basket for the beach. TT
99 Now Is ths time to buy. 99
|KflN-Koo|
f| 110 SOUTH SPRING ST., ||
%t Opp. the Kadeau. tt
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BANKrNO BOIIHCS.
StateLflim&frustCo
OF LOS ANGELES,
Northwest Corner ol Spring and Second Streets,
Los Augeies, Cal.
CAPITAL.T^- oo'dcm.s7oo 000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. G. Cocimiak, President.
H.J. Wooi,.acott, Vioe-Pres't.
A. B. Fletcher, Cashier.
JamsS F. Towell, Secy.
Geo. If. Bonebrase, O. T. Jnhu«on. Jj Ige W. P.
Gardiner, A. A. Hubburd, W. Ti. Crocker,
P. U. Green, Telfair Cieighton, B. F. Ball.
We do a fre.neral banking buslneiv sol dt
comm.rclal deposits and p.y interest on tim,
deposits. M aae com meroial. loans on personal
and collateral securities, aud time loaus on real
estate. We act as truHoos for corporations and
estates. Hays s*le uepo.tit boxes for rent,
rrsHK CITY BANE,
1 3? Sonth Spring street.
Capital Stock 9300,000
A. D. Cbildriss President
John B. Pabs. Cashier
DIBSCVOM.
W. T. Childress, 'Polndexter Dana, "
J. J. Schallert, B. K. CrandaU,
John 8. Park, B. G. I.nut,
A. D. Childresi.
General banking. Fire aud burglar proof lata
depostt boxes rented at from $3 to $23 per aa
num.
JjMBSr NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANG :LES
CAPITAL STOCK , 8200,000
SUBFLUS 303,030
J. » ELLIOTT, President
J. D. Blcknell, Vloe-Prss.
G. B. Shaffer, Ass't Cashier
DIRECTORS:
J M. Rlijotr, J. D. Blcknell,
h Mabury.
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IT HARDLY SEEMS
POSSIBLE,
But It Is a Fact, Nevertheless, that
MORRIS & CO.,
165 N. Spring St., Opp. Old Court House,
ARE OFFERING THE BEST VALUES IN
CLOTHING
To be Found in the City.
ZZSX
■ ——I talizer cures all nervousness orilisi 'sof thoKourriuivcdrKUiisi,
a suchas: Lout Dlnnhood, NlrriilrHMiirMa, 'I'ired!• ool
■\U /V) I<T \T Imr. I'alnn in tho Back, l»ol»ilii>, Pimple", Ilcnd
hMJ Vi »iitjj nclic.Kcminnl Wenknc»», Nl«hfly KmlxMlons, linpo
■ I v '•W tency, j>c*poiidcmcy. Varicocele, l'reiiittlrtreiicisfi
■ V T V. y pad J oustip.itlon. Cures vvhera all flse rails. Tba *ootpf
B| h ttS (ii sCOVCX ecltboaetlVoi'rlncl|)loonwliichtliovltallty of UN
BEFORE AHO AFTER sE.vr.u. apparatuslsdependent.
The reason why sufferers are not cured hv phvslelnns nnd medicines Is heennio over HO per cent
aretreublen with HroatmtltU, for which Ct I'lliKNU In the only known remedy I noire the com
plaint without an operation. A written Uiinranlri. to refund the money it n wemianonl SUM Is
not effected hv the use of *l* hnien. t t.OO a box, six for |5.nD, Bend for circular and tistliuouiala.
Address DAVOL MKDIMNB CO., V. U. Box 2070, Sou Francisco, Cul. for Hale by
C. H. HANCE, Agent, 177 and 179 N. Spring St.. Loa Angeles, Cal.
MANHOOD RESTOREOrS^S
■aB eases, such as Weatt Memory, Lo'tof Hrnln Power, H< adacbe, Wukelniness
*f LoatManhood. NhthUv Knilssloiia, Ni'tvousnoM.nlldraluanndlosßof poirel
1 Jgl I InOonerntlveOwnnsofeither j"rllop.youtMiil..rr»r»,
1 «*aWk oxcesslvouso of tobneoo. opium or stimulant., which leaa to J£nrmny,cpn
A or Insanity, tin OS carried In rest P>^.)-*}^*^ r^l? r
A>/nEtl>r ranll prepaid. With a StC order wiriv.- i> » c>t«pn BOurantce to cam
mt. T llMl p.- r ,f„' n u thenionev. Circular free. Sold !>J all tlniCßlsts. Askfor It, to««
bEFORE AND AFTEBUSING.no other. Address MBVK SEESCO , Masonic 'leiuplo, CiHcago.lU..
For Sale in Los Angeles, Cal., by GODFREY & MOOItK, Druggists, 108 Souti
Spring atreet.
P
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GARDNER I ZELLNER, ®
213 SOUTH BROADWAY.
! TEE HOLLENBECK
Best Appointed Hotel in
im m American and Enropeau Plans.
isf?l] a an' ~*T Central Location.
illl i%-ifffia^n^PP^'V Iteas inable Kates.
'/' F ' n !' st °ff c . in t,ie ,ity
A. C. BILICKE & CO.,
NITRES PEASE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS, PORTIERS,
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
WINDOW SHADES, OIL CLOTHS,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS, ETC
337, 339, 341 S. SPRING ST.
:i 3-15 12m
Tie Security Loan and Trust Compy
WILL REMOVE from 123 W. Seeonl street to ELEGANT NEW QUARTERS.
223 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
First door north L. A. Theater Building, on or about JULY 1. 1833.
With an absolutely Are and burgUr proof plant and other new facilities In every depart
ment of our bu lness, wo wltlbsin a position to offar great advantages t>our custom jm, aud to
Berve them to their entire satlsfactfon. .... ~ ~
Trusts of every nature "dmtulstered. Doads of suretyship furnished for executor', admin
istrators, guardians and others. , ...
The new UNION BANK OF SWINGS has been organized undor our auspices, and will npoa
up for business In the, a how mentioned rigm. about July 1. anessßaissi -
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AUCTION!
Furniture, Carpets, Eto.,
MATLOCK & REED, Auctioneers,
Will sell, by order of whom tt may concern, at
Saleroom, No. 420 and 42H Sonth Spring street,
on WKDNJtSDAY, July 12. 181)3, commencing
at 10 a. m., a full line of household furniture,
coniistlug in pattof bedroom suits In solid oak,
walnut and antlome, wire springs and mat
tresses, extension »Bd kitchen tables, stands
and center tables, knives, forks and ,abe lin
ens, several very fine oak bookcat.es, bed
lounges and parlor suits, upholstered chtirs
and rockers, rattan, reed and carpet rockers.
Several fine oak loikers. push seats, 2 line,
baby carrlagsa, 1 gas cook stov -, good a. new,
0 flne steel engravings (Ins frames). 1 oil paint
ing, cooking /ange and kitchen furniture, 1
extra good team, harness with breeching, coat
new $60, but little used. Bale positive, parties
going east.
MATLOCK & REED. Auctioneers.
PASTS to ORDER f\ SUITS to ORDER
$3.50 $15.00
4.00 fli\ 17.50
4.50 j mm sOuOO
5.00 I ms 3 U 5O
g.50 if 25*00
.00 WM 27.50
GtAbel mm
TAILOR V
413 S. SPRING St.,
Jttst below Fourth St. 6-0 1 y
Baker Irpii Works
850 TO 966 BUM A VISTA 8T ,
LOS ANGELES, OAL.
AdjoUlng the Boatkarn Pacific grenade, Tal
aakOMiad. 7-aI
DOCTOR
WHITE'S
PRIVATE
DISPENSARY,
128 JSTOiaTI-l MAIK- ST
LOS ANUKLES, CALIF.
jtfSb Kidney and filad
gjjss' Acute nndOhrouio
(JEITV Oiganal Weakness
i - promptly and Yep
• manently Cured
DE. WHITE Is the oldest and most suc.cesifal
Privatn, Nervous aud Chronic Disease Special
-Ist on the coast. AU ►klu »nd mood Di'uatos
promptly cured without metoury. Imiotenoy,
bomtual Weatnwss, Varicocele, syphilis, uou
ofrhtea, G'eef, Nervous Utbillty, KldneranH
j> 'tder Disease , aclentincally treated nnd p ir
ii, uently oured. No Surgical Staff (?) lake
mettu.ds emp oyed. No hired substitutes.
The attltcied m«y wtHe in strict eou()d6n,ce.
Letters answered In plain envelope. Medicines
sens secure from exposure. Address. *
, DR. WHITE'S DISPENSARY.
123 N. Main St., New McDonald Bicj.'k,
6 0 tf Los Angeles, Cat.

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