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Personal and Other News from the
Classic West End.
Mr. B. C. Whitlock has returned from
Hot Springs, Ark.
Burglars attempted to break into the
house of Mrs. 8. A. Hitt last Wednesday,
but did not accomplish their purpose,for
Mrs. Hitt bravely frightened them away.
Ray Bennett has returned from a visit
to Long Beach.
Mr. E. P. Bailey and family have come
home after spending ten days at that
favorite watering place. Long"Beach.
C. J. Lipe and family are again at
their accustomed place on Asbury street,
after spending a month at Long Beach.
The University of Southern California
will open this fall with a new faculty in
T. N. Carver, "Billy" Harmon and
"Tommie" Robinson helped the "Alli
ance" foot ball club to "down" the elev
en men from the "Crown of the Valley"
at Redondo last Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. IJanxhurst and Miss Mary Hanx
hurst, have returned from their stay at
The installation of officers of Uuiversi
ty Court No. 61,1. 0. F., took place last
week in the Cool Block.
E. H. Haines spent last Sunday on a
visit to Redondo.
A "surprise" was tendered Master
Chas. Duffy, at his home on Athena
street, last Monday evening. The oc
casion was the sixteenth birthday of
the young man. L.
Judge Cheney will open Department
number one on Tuesday and the crimi
nal jury of Department six will be trans
ferred to number one as soon as the Chi
nese murder trial is over.
LukeCucio, a native of Italy, was nat
uralized yesterday by Judge McKinley.
An information lias been tiled against
Joe Soto, the prize fighter for an assault
with a deadly weapon.
Three more informations have been
filed by the District Attorney against
Henry" Edelman for having presented
false "warrants to the County Treasurer
All the evidence in the Chinese mur
der trial ism. The arguments commenc
ed yesterday and will be continued tor
The bail of F. Enewaldsen, one of the
alleged San Pedro kidnappers has been
reduced to $250 by Judge McKinley.
A TENNIS GERMAN.
A Racket Weilder's Dance at Redondo
A grand tennis german, in honor of
the tournament contestants was given at
Redondo on Thursday evening.
Ten figures were danced, led by Mr.
and Mrs. Frazier, as follows: Zigzag
combination, Play ball, Grand round,
scarf figure with figure eight combined,
tennis tigure led by P. A. V. Van Doren,
gentlemen back to back. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frazier, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward It. Bowl ing, Mr. W. Cor
son, and Miss Trew, Mr. Will Hicks and
Miss Howell, Mr. I. W. Hellman, jr. and
Miss Wdrtham, Col. E. W. Root and
Miss Constance Jones, Judge Van Doren
and Miss English, E. B. Tufts and Miss
Butler, Mr. E. W. Woodhouse and Miss
No License Required to Sell these Cack
H. Stewart, a German chicken raiser,
was arrestsd yesterday by officer Vignes
on the charge of having peddled from a
wagon and offered for sale chickens,
without first having taken out a license.
The man was taken before Justice Aus
tin, who heard the testimony of the ar
resting officer and that of the defendant.
Upon referring to the ordinance which
was alleged to have been violated, the
court found that the only two cases in
which a license must be obtained refers
to milk wagons and vegetable wagons.
As no public offense had been commit
ted Justice Austin dismissed the com
Board of Supervisors.
Charles Lloyd, died at residence of his
son Thomas Lloyd on 37th*t.,University
place Friday evening at 5. 3. Mr. Lloyd
was born in England in 1804 ; he was a
member of American Union Lodge No. 1
F. & A. M. located at Marietta, Ohio, of
which George Washington and General
Putnam were charter members, it being
the oldest lodge west of the Alleghaney
Mountains. He was also a prominent
Oddfellow belonging to Marietta encamp
ment. The funeral services will be held
under the auspices of Los Angeles Lodge
No. 42, F. & A. M. of this city fron Uni
versity Church to-morrow afternoon at
2p. m. Dr. Mathews will preach the
sermon at the Church.
Charles Lloyd's Death.
The Board yesterday allowed the
County Assesor one clerk for the current
On motion of Supervisor Rowan a
monthly allowance of $83.30 was voted
to the Southern California exhibit of
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe road
at Chicago, to last during the pleasure
of the Board.
Damron held in 4,000 on two Additional
The examination of J. M. Damron on
two additional charges of forgery was
held yesterday before Justice Austin.
The proceedings did not take up much
time and were concluded in the forenoon.
The defendant was held to answer in the
sum of $2000 on each cliarge, thus mak
ing his total bail $9000. One of the for
geries is that of the signature of S. M.
Perry to a note for $100, afterwards taken
up by Damroii with the proceeds of the
E. T. Wright forged note. The other
forgery is the signature of Hervey Lind
ley to a promissory note for $150 negotiat
ed with the California Loan and Trust
Company, In each of these notes the
signature of J. M. Damron appeared
jointly with that of the gentlemen who
assert that they are forged. No testim
ony was introduced by the defense in
I have been shown a copy of a publi
cation called The Union Printer, and it
contains a scurrilous paragraph con
cerning me. The man who says I ever
was discharged from any of the many
positions of trust which I have formerly
held, is a dirty liar and scoundrel.
When he says that I have been forced
to leave Pittsburg for ratting offices, or
for any other reason, legal or otherwise,
or any other place, he is not only a liar
and scoundrel, but a fraud and fool. As
being foreman of the Hkkald, I never
had it—never wanted it Consequently
that is another lie. As for Mr. Lynch, I
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1890.
have known him intimately since 1866,
and have always respected him as a
friend, and came to his assistance unso
licited and without price, when he was
in trouble, as I wauld do with any
friend. The foregoing remarks are a lit
tle harsh, and may be, withal, severe,
and I consider they are such as no man
should incur and no gentleman would
wear. Ellis Powell.
There were issued yesterday the fol
lowing licenses: L. Alguire 35, Can
ada, and Fredy Dumphy, 22, Canada,
both of Riverside. Francisco Rangel,
24, California, and Eulalia Bojorguez 18,
California, both of Santa Monica. Sam
uel F. Holcomb, jr., 26, Canada, residing
at the Needles, and Louise Wahl, 21,
Kansas, residing at South Pasadena.
George W. Dell, 28, Illinois and Lizzie
Turner, 21, England, both of Pasadena.
Edward O'Neil sues Alfred B. Town
send for $900 and interest, on foreclosure
F. Grazide sues E. J. Baldwin et al for
$494.40, balance of the value of 1184
sacks of barley stored in the Puente
warehouse, and which the defendant
failed to deliver to plaintiff.
Henry L. Pinney has brought two
suits to recover street assessment. One
is against Miss Wilkerson for $81.54, and
the other against Chas. E. Strong for
He Claims to Have Been Much Mis
Attorney Dunlap says that the article
in yesterday's issue, connecting his name
with the case of E. S. Jones on habeas
corpus is untrue in many respects.
There was no scene created he says, nor
anything said abuot kidnaping. Jones
was not charged with forgery, as stated,
but the vague crime of " misdemeanor"
committed in May last, in Stanaslaus
county. Jones should have been allow
ed bail, and Judge McKinley so instruct
ed the officers, but he, in wilful violation
of known law and his duty, covertly
hustled Jones out of a back door of the
Sheriff's office and hurried him to the
train without allowing him an opportu
nity to give it, Morever Jones did not
claim that he could give no bail here,
being a stranger, but on the contrary,
repeatedly demanded that he be taken
before a magistrate as he could give
bonds here, but in Stanislaus he would
be among strangers.
A Breezy Budget From the Happy
Correspondence of the Herald:
Life at Avalon still continues peaceful
and happy. Clear weather, good
fishing, good feeding, fine
boating and bathing are enough to make
any but an anchorite happy and con
The Metropole still swarms with life.
Some few of the old faces are gone, but
there are new ones to take their places
and the crowd shows no diminution.
Among recent arrivals aie H. R. Waver,
of the Hotel San Gabriel, W. R. Kelly,
of Omaha, N. S. Harwood, Frank Cook
and J. E. Hunter of Lincoln, Neb.; O.
F. Cook, Hillsdale, Mich., aud D. W.
Coole, of Beatrice, Neb.
Two of the Nebraska gentlemen went
goat hunting this morning before the
other guests of the hotel were active and
Up to the present writing have not re
Mr. John H. Perry from the Lone
Star state came to the metropolis last
night. While other foreign arrivals
were Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Packard and
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allen of Riverside,
F. W. Gregg of San "Berdoon" and Dr.
and Mrs. W. G. Cochran of Los An
Conductor John Bassett, so well
known to the passengers on the Santa
Monica train, came down yesterday for
a few days. He found many friends on
B. W. Harris of Pomona found a fine
nautilus shell on the beach. Quite a
valuable find as they are valued at
Hunt & Hargitt's shell" store at from $5
to $25 each. The last one found previous
to this was one which Charlie Hargitt
discovered fioatiug in Avalon bay about
three weeks ago with the animal still
inhabiting the shell. The shell is on
exhibition in the show case and the ani
mal in a jar of alcohol.
The Wanda carried a party from the
Metropole to Seal Rock yesterday. The
party consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Lowe,
Mr. and Mrs. Warner, J. F. Blake and
another, It was a farewell trip for most
of them, as they take their departure on
the Hermosa;today. They had a good
day for their trip as the largest seal of
the season was on exhibition so near the
boat that Captain Remington declared
he could count his whiskers. He was a
fourteen-foot animal and didn't care for
the steam whistle enough to slide off
into the water.
The amateur photographer is abroad
on tiie beach. He carries all sizes of in
struments and his effort is to get views
that no one else can obtain. Yesterday
two of him were caught by the tide, an
other one got so far up on Sugar Loaf
that lie could hardly get back, and he
failed to get to the top after all.
A very pleasant musicale was held in
the parlors of the Metropole last evening
under the direction of Prof. Kent.
Among those who took part in the very
excellent programme were Prof, and Mrs.
Delano, the Misses Rider and Mrs.
Tourists are busy naming hitherto
nameless localities along the shore.
Triangle Cave, Round Top, Devil's Slide,
Painted Rocks and Seaweed Ledge are
among the new names for well known
Nanny Goat Camp is the name of a camp
of part of the Y. M. C. A. contingent and
is down near Camp Overall.
Johny Blake the irrepressible corres
pondent of the Expreu takes his depar
ture to-day. When the beach residen
ters heard of his intended departure they
appointed a committee to draw up suit
The Rambler and the Nellie have left
Avalon for San Pedro.
The Hattie and the Wanda both take
parties to the Isthmus to-day.
The last Jewfish capture took place on
Sunday. The fish was a 250-pounder and
its captors were Lew Parcells, D. E.
Mcrriam, Geo. Elliott and Sandy Mac
Visitors are preparing to remember
the Island by purchasing quantities of
shells and photographs of the island.
Mr. Herve Friend ships four or five
dozen photographs down to the island by
every steamer and they vanish like eli
gible lots during the boom.
H. 11. Tbeblv.
Aug. 5, 1890.
A GALLIC EPISODE.
Editor Raskin and Pascal Ballade
Editor Raskin, provided with a brand
new cane and mopping his perspiring
face violently, came into the city jus
tices' court a few minutes after Pascal
Ballade yesterday afternoon. He carried
a bundle done up in a copy of the Gau
\oi* and when this was opened for the
edification of Sustice Hustin it disclosed
a badly torn alpaca coat. It was so
spoiled that it will never again be of use
to Mr. Raskin during the hot weather.
The reason of Messrs. Ballade and Ras
kin's presence in the court room was
that they were to be tried on a charge of
disturbing the peace. In fact they had
had an encounter on the night of July
31st which was only stopped when a
couple of policemen tore them apart and
landed them at the police station.
Officers W. B. Leverich and R. E.Cot
tle testified that they were riding on a
Main street cable car about 9 o'clock on
the night of the 31st and when opposite
Arcadia street became aware that there
was a disturbance going on opposite the
old postoffiice. They got off the car and
p usbing through the crowd found Ballade
and Raskin clinched and both holding
on to the pieces of a broken cane. Their
grip on the cane was so tenacious that it
took the officers two or three minutes to
separate the men. Ballade had a big
welt over the eye and Raskin had one
coat and one shirt sleeve hanging on by
shreds. The broken cane was finally
taken from them and they were removed
to tiie station. The had been talking in
French, which is a language the officers
do not understand, but Officer Cottle
saw that Mr. Ballade while holding on
to the stick said in English, that he
wanted to get in just one lick at Ragkin
Mr.Ballade said that he saw Raskin
on Main street and walked up behind
to talk to him. He had no intention of
doing violence to the editor. As he
spoke to him Raskin turned and hit him
a heavy blow over the head with the
cane. The witness jumped on Raskin
and they were fighting when arrested.
The cause of the difficulty was that the
Gauloin, published by Mr. Raskin, has
for one year been publishing a number
of articles reflecting on the witness.
Charles Raskin now took the stand
and testified that on the night of the
fight lie was walking up Arcadia street
and heard a man coming behind him
very fast. When he had reached the
middle of Main street the man who
proved to be Ballade caught him by the
sleeve and tore it out by the roots, so
to speak, adding: " I have you now, you
and I am going to fix you!"
As Ballade would not let witness go he
struck him with the cane. Ballade then
grabbed and broke it. They both strug
gled for the pieces and they were arrest
ed while the tussle was going on.
G. Rocco had seen part of the scrape
and his evidence to that extent was
corroborative of Rackin.
Justice Austin found the evidence
so conflicting that he discharged both
defendants and on motion of the dis
trict attorney the charge of battery
against Mr. Ballade growing out of the
same transaction was also dismissed.
Cancer of the Nose.
In 1875 a sore appeared on my nose, ana
grew rapidly. As my father had cancer,'
and my husband died of it, I became alarm-'
ed, and consulted) my physician. Hia treat
ment did no good, ana the sore grew larger
and worse incvervway.until I had conclude
ed that I was to'd'ie from its effects. I was
persuaded to take S. S. S., and a few bottles
cured me. This was after all the doctors and
other mediciDCs had failed. I have had no
return of the cancer.
MRS. M. T. MABEN.
Woodbury, Hall County, Texas.
Treatise on Cancer mailed free.
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ONE WEEK 1 MONDAY, AUGUST 11TH.
Matinee Saturday Only.
The largest and most important dramatic organ
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Monday Captain Swift
Tuesday and Friday Saints and Sinners
Wednesday and Saturday Jim the Penman
Thursday and Saturday Matinee
A Man of the World and Aunt Jack
SCALE OF PRICES:
25c, 50c, 75c, (1.00, $1.50; loges, $8; boxes,
?10 and $12.
Seats for entire engagement are now on sale.
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Corner First and Spring Streets.
The Most Magnificent and Popular
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CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOL9ISTB
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Free Entertainment Nightly.
New programme and new attractions every
week. The only family resort, and a fine Aus
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Popular prices and polite and attentive ser
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WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsiaand Liver
Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to
cure you. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122
North Main street.
Buy a can of Highland Unsweetened
Condensed Milk, use it according to directions,
and you will be delighted.
At the Hammain, 230 South Main street.
Mrs. Rusche & Downev, boiled ham, tongue
and cold sliced meats, 330 S. Spring street. Tel
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Did you ever try ice cream made from High
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DISEASES OF MEN.
Dr. Liebig & Co. Coming.
While some may question the pro
priety of an institution like the Liebig
World Dispensary treating such diseases,
and some would heartlessly consign un
fortunate sufferers to miserable lives of
torture and premature death, yet we
feel that life to the erring is as dear, and
pain as severe, as to those whose sins
have not found them out, or those who
suffer from unavoidable diseases. All
reputable physicians treat such cases
feven without proper facilities); why
should not we when prepared ? The sad
lesson and their penitence, as with tiie
prodigal son, bring many a wayward
yet noble youth to a life of rectitude;
and however some of the Pharisaical
and fastidious may think of the matter,
they propose to imitate the good Samar
itan, and though they have fallen in
bad company, we will relieve them, and
then say, "Go, sin no more."
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1890, until Saturday evening, August
16th—five dayfe only. Offices, 123 South
Main street. Consultation free. Office
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It 11 lining Sores Covered Ills Body and
Head. Bones Att'ected. Cured
b.v Cuticura Remedies.
When six months old the left imnd of our
little grandchild began to swell, and had every
appearance of a large boil. We poulticed it, but
all to no purpose. About five months after it
became a running sore. Soon other sores
formed. He then had two of them on each
a hand, and as his blood lie-
Came more and more impure
it took less time for them to
break out. A sore came on
the chin, beneath the under
lip,which was very offensive.
His head was one solid scab,
w mjj discharging a great deal.
H "Jf aS t ' us was his condition at
\ -'1 j twenty-two months old,
7 ' when I undertook the care
/ of him, his mother having
I died when he was a little
I—J \ 78bW more than a year old, of
" > consumption (scrofula of
course!. He could walk a little, but could not
get up if he fell down, and could not move
when in bed, having no use of his hands. I im
mediately commenced witli the Cuticura Rem
edies, using all freely. One sore after another
healed, a bony matter forming in each one of
these five deep ones just before healing, which
would finally grow loose and were taken out:
then they-would heal rapidly. One of these
ugly bone formations I preserved. After taking
a dozen and a half bottles he was completely
cured, and is now, at the age of six years, a
strong and healthy child. MRS. E. S. DRIGGS,
MayO, 1885. 012 E. Clay St., Bloomington.lll
Mv grandson remains perfectly well. No
signs of scrofula and no sores.
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REDUCTIONS ON SUMMER GOODS.
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