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THE DYE KILLING.
RESULT OF THE CORONER'S IN QUEST YESTERDAY. Very Faw New Facts Elicited—The Tes timony Offered—A Routine Verdiot. Bradfield Declines to Make Any Fur ther Statement. The body of Joseph Dye, who was shot and instantly killed by Nate Brad field Thursday afternoon, lay all day yesterday in the morgue, at the rear of the undertaking parlors of Orr & Sutch, and vast numbers of people viewed the remains during the day. At 2 p.m. Coroner Weldon held an inquest, and examined a number of ■witnesses with a view to learning the true facts and circumstances of the shouting, which were developed the same as published in the Hebald of yesterday. Marie Uhart was the first witness sworn. She is employed as chamber maid at the European house, corner of Los Angeles and Commercial streets. Her testimony was as follows: "About 3 o'clock yesterday (Thursday) I was at one of the windows and I heard a shot. I was at an upstairs window. No, I did not see the man before the shot. When I heard the gun I looked out of the win dow but looked the wrong way, then I heard another shot and turned, and saw a maif on the ground. No, I didn't see what the man did when the first shot waa fired. It was so quick, I did not see even the flash. Yes, I was alone. When the man fell he remained on the ground. I did not see him move." Tony Matuszzkiewiz was the next witness. "Am a reporter on the Bud California Post. I was waiting on Commercial for a party, and heard the first shot, and then the second quickly. I looked and saw a man across the street falling. I looked to see who fired the shot, but only saw two ladies upstairs at a win dow. A crowd began to gather, and some one said the shot came from up stairs in the Arlington. Officer Roberts came and we went upstairs. The wo men said a young man had just run down the back stairs. I went one way, Roberts another, and I saw Roberts catch the man on Wilmington street. "Yes; there were two shots fired. When Roberta got the young man, he said, 'Don't hold me; I won't run away ; I was just going to give myself up,' "No; I did not see any gun, but Roberts took something out of his pockets. The dead man did not have anything in his hand. He was lying on his back when I got to him. I was the first to get to his body." Officer Theodore Roberts was then sworn and testified as follows: "About 3:30 p. m. I was up near Chinatown when I heard a gun shot, and I ran toward Commercial street, as the sound seemed to come from that way. "I aaw a crowd and a man lying on the ground. I said 'Who shot him?' and someone said 'A man upstairs.' Bo I went up and a lady told me the man ? had gone down the back way. "I ran down and saw a man running bareheaded. I followed him, drew my revolver and told him to stop, at tbe same time pointing the pistol at him. "He stopped, and he said, 'I am the man that did it —he threatened to kill me and I shot him.' I arrested him and he handed me a revolver and I got a hack. When we got inside he gave me a knife which he took from his pocket. At the station be gave me his name as Bradfield. He did not say what he did the shooting with, but I supposed then that he had used the revolver. No, I did not search the dead man." Dr. J. S.Crawford was sworn and iden tified the dead man as Joseph Frank lin Dye; said he was about CO years old, and a native of Kentucky. No, the wit ness did not know of any pievious trouble been Dye and Bradfield. Mrs. A. Blumenthal sworn : I reside on Wilmington street. I was on the back porch when tlie first shot was fired. There were two shots fired. The de ceased was on the sidewalk when I first saw him. Don't know from what direc tion the shots came. Charles Lehart sworn : I live at 127 South Broadway. I was at the New Arlington when the shooting occurred. Heard two shots fired. Saw a man run past me on the stairway of the Arling ton. Heard two shots in. rapid succes sion. Did not notice any arms on the deceased. The deceased was alive when I rushed down the stairs. He was bleeding from the mouth. Some one asked : "Who was it, Joe?" There was no answer. Joe Brothers sworn : lam a barber by profession. I was working in the shop. Heard two shots. Saw a man faP down. Did not see anyone do the shooting. The shots were fired in rapid succession. J. A; Manes sworn : I am a barber employed at a store on Commercial street." Rushed out of the door. Saw Dye on the street. At the second shot aaw Dye throw up his arms and fall to the street. There was about two sec onds between the shots. The deceased said, "My God," and fell. A gambler rushed up and asked Dye who shot him. The deceased did not speak after I reached him. Two men drove by in a buggy at the time of the shooting. Officer Chase sworn : Heard two loud reports. I rushed up to Wilmington street. Went up the stairs of tlie Ar lington house. Opened a door in the second story and found . a double barreled gun. The gun was quite warm. The deceased lay on the sidewalk on Commercial street, diagonally across the street from the room where'l found the gun. The window of the room was open. I found a hat and pair of cuffs in the room. Two ladies indicated the room which they thought the shots were fired from. Peter Haack sworn: I live at the New Arlington. Have known Bradfield for a number of years. Bradfield came to my place last Wednesday night. He rented room 29 for a week. His belong ings came on by messenger about one hour after he hired the room. It is the dame room where Officer Chase found the gun. Dr. H. D. Percival, sworn. lam a physician and surgeon. I saw the de ceased just after he fell. I rushed up to Dye. I felt his pulse. It was still beat ing. I opened his vest and coat. Found a hole just over the heart, Looked at his face and saw that death was settling on him. It was just seven minutes after I reached him that he expired. I did not hear anyone address. I did not speak to him, as I saw he was too far gone. I did not notice any arms on him. I saw a woman at the window where the shot came from soon after I reached the side of the deceased. Officer Cottle sworn: lam a police clerk. The witness identified the gun as the one left at the police station by Officer Chase. The witness also identi lied a knife and valise belonging to Bradfield. Officer Vignes sworn : I first saw the double-barreled gun in the room at the Arlington in the possession of Officer Roberts. Dr. Kannon sworn : lam a physician and surgeon. I made a post mortem on the body of Joe Dye this morning. The body looked like that of a very healthy man. The doctor then read a report of where the shots entered the body. Death was caused by internal hem orrhage. The wounds were caused by shots from a gun. The course of the shots show that they came from an ele vation. After being out a few minutes, the jury returned with the following verdict: "We, the jury, find that the deceased, Joeeph Franklin Dye, came to his death by a gunshot wound, inflicted, as we be lieve, at the hands of Mason Bradfield." Mr. Bradfield was seen later at the city prison, but refused to make any other statement than that already pub lished. He said that he had secured the services of Shinn & Ling, and that his case was in their hands, and that, save upon their advice, he would say* nothing more until he should be brought before the courts to answer to the charge against him. THE COURTS. THE MARRIAOE OF MR. AND MRS. J. E. JACKSON ANNULLED. Mrs. Jackson Oets Half of the Property. Notes of Other Cases Acted Upon Yesterday, Judge Wade yesterday signed a decree setting aside and annulling the marriage of Dolores C. Carilloto John K. Jackson. The couple have lived in wedded rela tions for fifteen years, and are now sep arated on the grounds of a prior mar riage of Jackson in Australia. Mr. Jackson had been separated but not di vorced from his first wife, and had been led to believe that she was dead. With this belief he again married. Now it is shown that the first wife is still alive and herself married again. Whereupon the second Mrs. Jackson, who has per haps grown weary of her life's com panion, sues and gets half of the prop erty and the decree as above. NOTES. John Fischbok, a native of Austria, was admitted to citizenship, in the superior court, before Judge Wade, yes terday. The case of James Hagar, charged with burglary, was called in department one at 10 a. m. yesterday, but the de fendant not appearing his bond was de clared forfeited, and a bench warrant was issued. 0. R. Wanick was arraigned before Justice Stanton, yesterday, on a charge of false pretenses preferred by N. Mer cadante. The latter acknowledged sat isfaction and the case was quashed, costs being paid by the prosecution. In Judge McKinley's court, yesterday, the old case of Harrison against John son was argued and finally submitted on briefs. This is a case where a lawyer's claim for $111 is put in as an offset to a doctor's bill of $83. Cowell vs. Whittlesey is the title of a suit which was in progress before Judge Van Dyke, yesterday. The case is the outcome of an unfulfilled real estate contract, dating back to the time of the boom. Albert Asevado, a young man of the East Side, was arraigned yesterday on a charge of disturbing the peace, and will be tried before Justice Stanton on the 23d. Victor Saldafia was yesterday arraign ed on a charge of grand larceny in steal ing a sorrel horse from one Lavinia White at Calabasas. He gave bonds, and will be examined on the 26th inst. before Justice Stanton. Richard M. Kavanaugh was yesterday suing the California Central railway company for $50,000 damages sustained through the loss of his wife, who was killed in an accident some two years ago at Pasadena. The case is now on trial before Judge Wade, and comes up again Monday. Tbe case of Bing Hi vs. Woodbury, which was on the calendar of Judge Clark's court, was yesterday transferred to department six, the court being occupied with the Leonis will contest, which is still on trial. James Neary yesterday pleaded guilt)' of petit larceny in Judge Owens's court, and he will be sentenced today. The case of the People vs. Black, charged with compounding a crime, was yesterday continued by Justice Owens till the 20th. Black is the man accused %i receiving money in consideration of not appearing as a witness in the case of Marshal, charged with false pretenses. •V. H. Syms was arraigned before Judge Owens on a charge of perjury, and given till the 25th to plead. Bail was fixed at $500. • In the United States circuit court a complaint was filed yesterday in a case in which B. Priestly & Co., of Bradford, England, accuse Frank, Grey & Co., of this city, with infringement in the use of a trade mark. The case of the People vs. Red Rice, in the justice's court, was dismissed on Thursday. The other kindred cases, growing out of the arrest of a number of boy thieves, were carried over. There was no evidence against Red Rice. THEY CAN WED. People Who Yesterday Secured Per missions to Wed. Marriage licenses were yesterday granted to the following named per sons: Joel W. Stewart, a native of Oregon, aged 35, residing at Los Angeles, and Olivera C. Ward, a native of Ohio, aged 32, residing at Pasadena. Robert B. Evans, a native of Wales, aged 27, a resident of Oshkosh, Wiscon sin, and Mabel S. Viall, a native of Ala bama, aged 24, a resident of Pasadena. Fredrick Sechner, aged 28, and Katie Scheibel, aged 25, both natives of Ger many and residents of Los Angeles. For a mild tonic, gentle laxative and invigor ant take Simmons Liver Regulator. A Sure Cure for the Liquor or Opium Habits. The East India cure for these awful habits can be given without the patient's knowledge, and in tiic only known specific for the purpose; it is not Injurious in the least degree; manufac tured by Emerson Diug Co., San Jose, Cal., and for sale by Off 4 Vaughn, The Druggists, N. E. corner Fourth and Spring streets, Los Angeles Cal., and Apothecaries' Hall, 303 N. Main street, sole agents for Los Angeles. Eastern Produce Co., 123 Bast First St. Best eastern hams. 11c and bacon, 10c, 11c and 12c; pork, 10c; lard, 9c. Creamery butter, 25c and 30c. Best roll butter always on hand. Frank X. Engler. Piano regulator and tuner. 208 8. Broadway st ( THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1891. AFRAID OF AN ASYLUM. EVANS'S FLIGHT FROM RIVERSIDE TO CHICAGO. His Relatives Were Afraid of Him—Af flicted Witn Homicidal Marjia—The Verdict of the Coroner's Jury. A dispatch from Chicago to the San Francisco Chronicle, of Thursday, in reference to the suicide ofj. J.Evans is as follows: Chicago, May 13.—After hearing tes timony relative to the suicide of John J. Evans of Riverside, Cal., Monday night, the coroner's jury this morning rendered a verdict of suicide while insane. Judge Dawson of Fort Wayne, Ind., stepbrother of the dead man, testified to having received a letter last December from his mother stating that Evans was insane, and they were afraid he would do bodily harm to some of the members of bis family, as his mania was of a homicidal character. Arrangements were being made to have him placed in an asylum. Fred Sanger testified to the manner of the suicide, he being the only eyewitness to the tragedy. The dead man formerly lived in Fort Wayne, Ind. He had been in business in Riverside for several years and had accumulated a fortune of about $100,000. He was a prominent promoter of irri gation and was the principal stock owner in several companies. Or. May Bth he boarded the Santa Fe train for Chicago, having heard of the plans being made for his incarceration. The body now lies at the morgue, await ing instructions from his relatives. Stood the Test. Allcock's Porous Plasters have success fully stood the test of over thirty years' use by the public; their virtues have never been equalled by the unsciupulous imitators who have sought to trade npon the reputation of Allcock's by making plasters with boles in them, and Maiming them to be "just as good as Allcock's." Allcock's Porous Plasters stand today in dorsed by not only the hiphest medical author ities, but by millions of grateful patients who have proved their efficacy as a household remedy. *• Horse blanket and buggy robeß at Foy's sad dlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles street. Ol}, GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND IT EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. IS •Unnapotis, .lid.. Jan. 6, 'AO. "J have often used, ST. J.K'Olts Oil., and Und it a good Liniment." ELIHU E. JACKSON, THE Coy ofMd BEST. SPECIAL, NOTICE. NOTICE TO have all errors and excessive valuations in assessments corrected is during tbe meeting oi the board of equalization. If yon will list your property with me, I will furnish yon with a statement giving description and assessed values, will see If the assessments are equal ized and have any errors corrected. This will save time and trouble when you come to pay taxes. Charges moderate. Reference: Los Angeles National Bank. GEO. MUNROE, Pub lic Accountant, 41 Bryson-bonebrake block, Los Angeles. 5-9 2m SPIRITUAL MEETINGS IN CALEDONIA hall, 119% S. Spring st., Saturday evening, Sunday at 2 and 7:30; lecture In poetry; In spirational trance speaking and tests: this con cludes Mrs. Logan's work in Los Angeles for the present, as sickness among relatives calls her away. 5-16 2t 108 ANGELES, CAL , MAY 14, 1891—IT j having been announced in all the daily papers, and by programme, bills, etc., that the Ladies' Auxilliary of the Y. M. C. A. would give a children's opera for the benefit of the gymnasium of the Y. M. C. A. of Los Angeles, a meeting of tbe board of managers was held on Monday last, and by a resolution of the board, tie ladies were requested to withdraw the name ">f the Y. M. C. A. from all such adver tisements, as we could not consistently permit the name of the association to be used in con nection with such matters. As the ladles have not complied with the resolution, we, the official members, whose names are hereto attached, do thus publicly protest against tbe name of the Y. M. C. A. be ing used in connection with such opera: and further, that we protest against using such means of raising money for a Christian institu tion. A. M. ARMOUR, A. B. CLAPP, C. A. JEFFER3, S. I. MERRILL, Z. L. PARMELEE, D. M. MCDONALD, 8. P. BOWEN, WM KOMMELL. MARTIN MONSEN, WM. NICOL, Members of tbe Board of Directors. 5-16-Sat-Mon. EACHERS PREPARED FOR EXAMINA tions. C. C. BOYNTON, 120% S. Spring. 4-14-4t REMOVAL NOTICE—THE PARISIAN Steam Dying and Cleaning Works, formerly carried on at 264 S. Main St., has been removed to No 274 S. Main St., four doors south of the old s'nnd. 5-13-lm R. CHAB. DE SZIGETHY HAS REMOVED his office and residence to 653 S. Hill St., corner Seventh Office hours, 9-10 a.m., 2-4 and 7-8 p.m. Telephone 1056. 3-31 tf WE DO A SPECIALTY OF BUYING AND selling houses to be moved; it will pay you well to come and see us. 8. C. H. M. ASSO CIATION, room 29, Newell block. 2-22-3 m NOTICE— THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER Company will strictly enforce the follow ing rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m., and 6 and S o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off, and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will be turned on again. au!7-lv FOB BALE. Ir»0R ' 40 inch cylinder; 1 Ameß engine, 15-borse power; Jackson feeder; in fact a complete threshing outfit; also other farming imple ments for sale, at Laguna Ranch House, 6 miles southeast Los Anireles city. J. GILBERT, Superintendent. 5-16 2U OR SALE CHEAP, OR EXCHANGE FOR milch cows or other desirable property, two farm horses, harness and wsgon. Address box 14, Redondo Beach, Cal. 5-14-7t F6r"BALE— THREE GOOD SECOND-HAND double spriug wagons, cheap. DAY & FISHER MUSIC CO.. 106 N. Spring st. 5-12 (it FOR SALE—SHOE STORE; ON ACCOUNT of family; doing a good business; the only one in town; voting population of 366H; a good opening; rent reasonable; best stand in town Address D. A. HEALY, Bakersfleld, Cal. 5-12 7t FOR SALE—THE MACHINERY OF THE Florence winery; 2 steam boilers, engine, steam pumps, 2 stills, crusher aud elevator, hy draulic press, fermenting tank, etc , etc., the latest Improved, all in good order. Call on or address JAMES F. MOONEY, 430 E. Beventh St., Los Angeles, Cal. 5-10 lm* FOR BALE—CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND wagons bought, sold and exchanged, or ad vance* made until sold. 128 San Pedro St., near First. 5-5 3m ATTORNEYS. D. K. TRASK. FBIBNO B. LACKY. Notary Public. LACEY A TRASK, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fulton block, 207 New High st , Los Ange les, Cal. 12-14-tf - abstracts. pany of Los Angeles, N. W. cor. Franklin and Www High streets m!7tf ARCHITECTS. RB. • Wilson block, 104 8. Spring it. 1-29-1 ! DRS. DARRIN Will Prolong Their Stay in This City for a * Short Time. Drs. Darrin contemplate goon clos ing their offices in Loa Angeles, and will return to their head office in Portland, where they are permanently located. Parties desiring to see them can do so at once at Hotel Ramona, corner Third and Spring, Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours from 10 to 5 daily: even ings, 7to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12. They make a specialty of all diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and all nervous, chronic and private dis eases, such as Loss of Manhood, BJood Taints, Syphilis, Gleet, Gonorrhoea, Stricture, Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, or Loss of Desire or Sexual Po. er in man or woman. All peculiar Female Troubles, Irregular Menstrua tion, Displacements, etc., are confiden tially and successfully treated, and will under no circumstances take a case that they cannot cure or benefit. Consulta tion free. Charges reasonable. Cures of private diseases guaranteed and never published in the paners. Most cases can receive home treatment aftei a visit to the doctors' office. In quiries answered and circulars sent free. PERSONAL. REMOTER; cleans your stove and chimney thoroughly in one minute; economizes fuel and improves Ihe baking qualities; price, 25c and 50c a bot tle; leave your address and I will clean your stove and chimney free of charge in order to introduce my preparation. W. F. ADAMS, 304 8. Los Angeles st. 5-10 lm BARGAINS IN DIAMONDS, WATCHES jewelry and optical goods, or anything made to order or repaired in its line, at prices to suit the times; satisfactory guaranty. At J WOLTER, Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch maker, 122 South Main St., near Grand Opera House. 5 6-lm ~J B. FROVR, CHIMNEY SWEEPER; tf • ranges and stoves cleaned. 605 Wall Bt. 5-9 lm HUMPHREY. 507 S. SPRING ST. SELLS all kinds of goods on weekly payments of 50c. 4-29 lm HOTEL AMMIDON. GRAND AYE. AND Twentieth st; summer rates. 4-25 tf '*Tj<CONOMIC" PRICES—2I LBS. BROWN Vj or 15 lbs. white sugar, $1.00: 7 Dm. pink beans 25c; 8 lbs. cornmeal, 15c.; 3 pack ages starch, 25c; 4 lbs rice, sago or tapioca, 25c; germea, 20c; mountain coffee, 25c: 5 lbs good tea, $1; sack flour, 85c; 6 lbs. flgs, 25c; 4 lbs. peaches, 25c; 3 canß tomatoes, 25c; can corn, 10c; 9 cans fruit, $1; 9 cans oysters, $1; 4 cans sardines, 25c; 8 bars borax soap, 25c; hams, 13Wc; bacon, 12Wc;pork, 10c ECO NOMIO STORES, 509-511 8. Spring St. m 5 tf ERSONAL — INTERESTING TO EVERY body How to make and save money. Read the classii ed advertisements in the Hkbald daily. A few cents spent in an advertisement may make thousands of dollars for you. You may procure a situation; sell your house and lot; rent your vacant property; buy a paying business or sell to advantage; loan your Idle money or borrow cheaper than from agents, and in a thousand different ways use thear col umns to advantage. On this page advertise ments are only FIVE CENTS A LINE A DAY. FOR SALE—City Property, ' feet front, house 6 rooms, bath and all mod ern improvements; finely finished and conven iently arranged. Inquire at premises, 22 7 E. Twenty-third St.; will be sold cheap; terms, cash, balance to suit purchaser 8 per cent. 5-16 lm OR! SALE—3 BUSINESS BLOCKS ON Spring St., bet. First and Fourth, paying a rental of from 7 to 8 per cent, on value; price today, $75,000 to $80,000 3 wholesale business lots, temporary Improvements, on Los Angeles st, in the midst of wholesale business; price per foot $400 to $550 3 good large business lots on Broad way, the best bargain offered, bet. Second and Sixth sts.; price tod-v per loot $300 to $650 20 feet, Spring, near Fourth $20,000 Handsome homo on Pearl St., very large lot $25,000 Largo elegant residence Adams st. . $11,000 Beautiful borne, 12 rooms, large lot, Grand aye., near Washington $9,500 Beautiful 6-room cottage in a desira ble block on Hill st., lot alone worth price $6,000 A desirable 6-room cottage on Flower. $5,000 A cozy 5-room cottage on Adams St., large lot covered with orange trees, windmill, barn, cement walks $2,200 A very desirable 6-room cottage on Grand aye.. modern, gas fixtures .. $3,600 IX story 9-room house, modern impts, house cost more than price $3,500 A nice 5-room house near West Lake park, lot 58x150, In good shape $1,800 Large beautiful corner lot, Bonnie Brae tract, 100x150 feet $4,500 50 feet on Grand aye., near Pico $3,1100 50 feet on Flower, near Pico $1,900 An acre lot with two cottages, coiner Tenth and Union aye $5,000 Beantlful lot on Severance st,, near Adams, covered with orange trees .. $1,500 By MORRISON & CHANSLOR, 5-1 lm 139 South Broadway. I7IOR SALE—BRICK BLOCK ON FIRST ST.. " below Main; very cheap; rented to good tenants. Apply to DR. GEO. P. ALLEN, 211 W. First st. 5-3 tf FOR SALE—Country Property. F~olT~BA] : first-class unimproved orange land with one inch of water for every seven acres; to be sold In one body, $lsoan?acre; adjoining lands sell ing at $250 and $300 an acre. Address Box 35, Redlands. 5-16 7t FOII BALE—I 2 ACRES WITH WATER, small house and barn; 9 acres in iruit, mostly large bearing orange trees, $5500; terms easy. Also, 8 acres with water, all in bearing deciduous fruit, $2800. J. E. FISK, 102 S. Broadway. 5-15 7t FOR SALE —FORCED TO PAY DEBTS. Choice alfalfa, corn, grain and fruit land; running water fenced; cultivated; will pro duce $40 to $60 per acre annual income; 17 miles from Los Angeles, % mile from railroad depot; price down. COWAN Admr. BAX TER, attorney, 175 N. Spring St., room 8. 5-13-eod-tf OR SALE—IO ACRES OF FINE ORANGE land for $2000, in the city of Redlands.only two miles from postofflce: good water right in paved ditch, deeded with land. Mußt Sell at a great sacrifice to raise money immediately. The whole piece is level and beautiiul. Terms one-half cash, balance In two years. Apply to W. P. McINTOSH, agent. 144 South Mainst. 5-13-M FOR SALE—ORANGE LAND, CHEAP; 10 and 20 acre tracts; fine water in abundance piped ready for use deeded with the land; ben u tiful surroundings in the midst of a fine class of people, close to railroad station, school, churches and stores; alsoa few choice b<rgains in improved orange orchards and fruit ranches. WOOD <fe CHURCH, 227 W. First st. 12 E. Colorado st., Pasadena. 5-8 lm OR SALE—CHOICE RIVERSIDE LAND, with water; cheap and on liberal terms; ready for orange trees now McKOON <& GAY, 234 W First St. 4-18 lm XT OR SALE—A VERY FEBIRABI.E RANCH JO property, situate in San Bernardino county, 40 miles from Los Angeles and 30 mi'es from San Bernardino, consisting of 1000 acres of choice land with the improvements thereon; also some horses, mules and farming imple ments and machinery; price $47,000. This Is n rare opportunity for horse or cattle-men to get one of the best ranches in Southern Cali fornia at a low price. For particulars address O'CONNOR «& DRAPER, Agents, San Bernar dino, California. 4-16-lm flfclEA PER ACRE—WE HAVE FOR SALE 3pI«)U a few acres of the choicest prune, or ange and raisin land, with best of Water; charm ingly located near railroad at La Canada, 10 miles north of Los Angeles. C. H. McARTHUR, La Canada; W. D. GOULD, Temple block, Los Angeles. 2-86 tf FOR SALE—LIVE STOCK. price, one-quarter mile west of Santa Fe and Redondo Beach R. R. crossing, 5-6-15t BROOD MARE—THE ADVERTISER HAS a fine handsome brood mare which he will exchange for a good buggy horse. Apply at thia office or at the stable of P. CLOB, Flower st„ near Tenth. 3 18 tl FIVE CENTS A LINE REWARD. I WILL PAY A arre« and conviction of the person or per sons who poisoned my dog, Lado, on the morn ing of May 14th at or near my residence, No. 325 Adams St., Los Angeles. The registered license number of the said dog is 57 The of fense committed amounts, under the laws of this state, to a felony; and this reward is of fered on the condition that whoever committed the same is convicted of such felony Dated May 15, 1891. 510 It JOHN D. HOOKER. wanted-miBckllanbou9. Wanted' to tage home or ft to 7 rooms, with convent ences, iv south or southwestern portion of city. Part cash, part trade. Address O. H. P.. lock box 84. 5-14-5t TTTANTED HOUSES TO RENT ALL~OVER YT the city; special attention paid to renting. SAM N. OSBORNE, 227 W. First St. 5-9 lm TO CHl cago. Address, giving particulars, Z. X. V., Box 60, this office. 4-28 tf WANTED— IM(?rtTREB TO FRAME, CHEaT est place at BURNS', 256 8. Main St. 1-27-tf WANTED—HELP. TV CAl^ mission; before 10 a.m. or between 4 and 5 p.m. Room 40, bonebrake building. 510 ti ANTED—I PATTERN MAKER AND~3 molderß at UNION IRON WORKS, First and Alameda sts. 5-15 5t WANTED-qL'ARR V MEN AND CURB ClJT tcrs. Apply to <;. SCUEERER, 227 W. First St., bet. 10 and 11 a.m. 5-15 3t AND PANTS MAKERS. OABEL, THE TAILOR, 345 N. Main, 5-14-3t WANTED-ALL NEEDING HELP FREE— Employment or any information, address E. NITTINGER'S BUREAU; established 1880 Office, S. Spring; residence, 451 8. Hope St., cor. Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Telephone 113 11-20 Wanted-an "agent in~~every"town in Southern California to sell lauds on the plan of the San Fernando Fruit Colony and In vestment company address R. J. WIDNEY, Secretary, 317 New High St., Los Angeles. 5-12 7t WANTED—H 'l II I; HELP. housework. Apply 747 Myrtle aye , bet. Seventh and Eighth. 5-15 3t ANTED—A LADY THAT HAB THOR ough knowledge of female troubles. Ad dress X. O. X., Box 20, Herald 5-15 3t T\7 ANTED—A WOMAN TO GO TO THE V f country, as help in a small family; a per manent situation, good wages and a nice home for the right party. Address J. H. A., 60 this office. 5-13-4t WANTED — FIRST CLASS TAILORESSES. Apply at 202 N. Main St.; room 1, up stairs. 5-8 lm ANTED—LADY CANVASSER FOR CITY; big pay and high class work; call before 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m. Room 46, Brrson- Bonebrake block. 1-25 12m WANTED -SITUAIIONS. WANTED— BY TWO YOUTHsTaotT"!*! and 19 years, living at home, situations; best of city reference. 8. N. 0., 227 W. First st. 5-9 7t wanted—agents. Wa less Clothes Line; the only line ever in vented that holds the clothes without pins; a perfect success; patent recently issued; sold only by agents, to whom the exclusive right is given; on receipt of 50 cents we will send a sample line by mail; also circulars; price list and terms to agents; secure your territory at once. Address THE PINLES3 CLOTHES LINE CO., 17 Hermon st . Worcester, Mass. 3-29 Sat-Wed 12mos WANTED— OCR AGENTS MAKE 1100 TO $300 a month selling our goods on their merits. We want county and general agents, and will take back all goodß unsold if a county agent fails to clear $100 and expenses after a thirty days' trial, or a general agent less than $250. We will send large illustrated circnlars and letter with a special offer to suit territory applied for, on receipt of 3 one-cent stamps. Apply at once and get In on the boom. Address RENNER MANUFACTURING CO., Pittsburg, Pa. 3-5-3 m FOB RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—FURNISHED HOUSE. 2916 S. Main St., containing 6 rooms and bath, stable, chicken house and room for servants separate. Tor terms apply on premises until June 1. 5-15 15t FOR RENT — FIRST-CLASS BOARDING house of 21 rooms in Santa Monica, com pletely furnished. None but responsible par ties need apply. J. WHITEHORN, 220 West First street. 5-14-tf OR RENT—S3S PER MONTH; 1131 S. HILL St.; 9 rooms; latest Improvements. See from 9 to 11:50 a. m. For rent, $30; 13-room lodging house, Leon block, Wilmington St.; $10 per month: store Bame location. See from 2to3p. m. 5-13-1 m OR RENT—HALF OF STORE AT 138 8. Spring st.; best location in the city. T. W. THOMPSON. 5-3 tl FOR RENT—HOUSES ALL OVER THE CITY. C. A. SUMNER it CO., 107 S. Broadway. rolO-tf for kent-rooms. T^orrent^do^^ JJ furnished, with privilege of light house keeping. 730 Temple at., corner Flower. 5-10 tf TJ*OR RENT—FIRST FLOOR OF THE BANK XJ building corner of First and Broadway. Ap .ply to McKOON & GAY, 234 W. First. 4-26 tf EDUCATIONAL. WOODBURY BUSINESS COLLEGE —AND— SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 245 South Spring Street, Lob Angeles, Ca.. The leading exponent of practical business education. For circulars and specimens of penmanship, call at the college office, or address HOUGH, KELKER & WILSON, Proprietors. 4-5 3m A. SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (IN • corporated). Open dnily, except Mon days, from 9 to 4 p.m. Corner Spring and Third sts. 5-1 lm lOSI OS ANGELES UNIVERSITY-FOR BOTH j oexes. Collegiate, preparatory and train ing school departments. Music, art and elocu tion. Military drill and Delsarta. Send for catalogue. CALVIN ESTERLY, President. P. O. box 2893. 3-22 tf LOS ANGELE3 BUSINESS COLLEGE; Ex perienced teachers; complete course of study. E. R.SIIRADER, I. N. INSKEEP, F. W. KEL3EY, proprietors, 144 S Main st. 2-14-3 mo SCHOOL OF CIVIL, MINING, MECHANICAL, Engineering, Surveying, Architecture' Drawing, Assaying. A. VAN DER NAILLEN 723 Market St.. San Francisco. Send for cir culars. 12-10 12m pasturage. ance of grass and water, at $2 per month, on Washington st. Office, 258 8. Main st. 5-10 lm TJT r ANTED—HORSES TO PASTURE; ABUN *> dance of grass and water; board fenoe; horses called for If desired. W. E. HUGHES, rooms 86 and 87, Bryson-Bonebrake build ing. 4-12-tI DYERS AND FINISHERS. MAIN street. Best dyeing in the city 1-13 tf ETRO POLITAN STEAM 241 Franklin St. Fine dyeing and clean lng. 1-13-tf lost and bound. t^6s¥^'^elcd~^^bat^~^6X~to Ij Martha Batz Cazaurang. Return to J. CAZ AURANG, South Pasadena, P. 0. Box 54; $2.00 reward . 5-14-4t BUSINESS CHANCES. ; neBs at 373 N\ Main st.; business established over thirty years. 4-21 tf conl-rXctorsTaND BUILDERS." j^kljblTcTlc'ontracto^ . Office and bbop 419 East Seventh Bt. Tel ephoneNo.3oo 5-13-tf MEETINGS. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COUNCIL. NO 728, Royal Arcanum—Meets second and fourth Friday evenings ef each month, at Kj P. Hall, No. 118J* 8. Spring street; visit* , brothers cordially invited B, X. LEVIS 1 Box 1175. Secretary FIVE CENTS A HE FINANCIAL.. in any amounts on all kinds of penoaal property and collateral security, on pianos without removal, diamonds, Jewelry, sealskins, bicycles, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in warehouses; partial payment* received money without delay; private offices for cob sulfation; will call if dosired; W. E. DsGROOT, Manager, rooms 14 and 15, No. 124% Boat* Spring st. mSO JJEMOVED— R. G. LCNT'B BANKING AND INSURANCE OFFICE IS REMOVED TO 227 W. SECOND ST., ADJOINING HERALD OFFICE. Ju l tf MONEY LOANED— ~ " On all kinds of personal property and col lateral security or anything of value, In sums to suit, No Commission. Buy Notes and Mortgages. CRAWFORD, Rooms 11 and 12, Los Angeleß National Bank building, N. E. cor. First &nd Spring sts. 11-27 MON Er~TO~LOAN—6"PER CENT, FROM 5 to 20 years; payable annually, semi-an nually, quarterly, bi-monthly or monthly in stallments. For full particulars call on IRWIN & BTUCHELL, Room 7, Hammond block, 120U 8. Spring st. 5-10 7t MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT without delay at prevailing rates. O. A. STASSFORTH, northwest corner of Broadway and First sts. Private room for confidential business. 4-15 tf TTO BRODTBECK, 113 S. BROADWAY. Money to loan on im Droved city and country property at 8 per cent net. 4-5 tf 5l AAA AAA"CURRENT RATES. HE ©l-UUU.UUU CURITY LOAN & TRUST CO., 123 W. Second St., Burdick block, Los An geles. W. M. Stimson, Pres. E. F. Spence, Treas. 3-29 tf UILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PHlL adelphia—Payments 111.05 per month on each $1000 borrowed; pays interest and princi pal in 8 years. GEO. 11. PARKER, Room 6. 120 N. Spring st. ONEY TO LOAN ~ —AT THE— MAIN-STREET SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO 426 South Main street, On real estate, stocks and bonds. No commission. 1-16-tf fIfeKAA AAA TO LOAN UPON IMPROVED nT«AA/.UVAJ city and country property; low est rates; loans made with dispatch. Address the Northern Counties Investment Trust, Ltd.. FRED. J. SMITH. Agent, Pomona. Cal. MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE, DlA monds, watches, jewelry, pianos, seal skins, live stock, carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal and collateral security, in BROS., 402 8. Spring, mIS-tf IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY] no commission, at prevailing rates of inter est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 S. Main st 9-21-tf EXCURSIONS. YOSEMITE VALLEY Ist to 13th; $65 pays all expenses: can take seven additional. Address REV. P. H. BOD KIN. 137 S. Broadway. 5-16 3t EGULAR TEACHERS' EXCURSIONS WILL leave Los Angeles June Ist, Bth, 15th. 22d and 29th via Rio Grande route; experienced manager in charge; Pullman tourist sleepers; through to ChioaKO. Ask for rates and circu lars. J. C. JUDSON & CO., 119 N. Spring st. 5-16 tf SPECIAL TEACHERB' EXCURSION WILL O leave I.os Angeles June Ist for all points east via Denver and Rio Grande and Rock Island railways, stopping several hoars at Glenwood Springs. Colorado's famous bathing resort. Through Pullman tourist cats; person ally conducted. For particulars, circulars, rates, etc., address F. W. THOMPSON, 138 BY Spring st. 5-10 tf OCX ISLAND ROUTE' EXCURSIONS leave Los Angeles every Tuesday via Den ver and Rio Grande railway. Through PnH man tonrist cars to Chicago via Salt Lake City. Leadville and Denver. For circulars, rates, etc., call on or address F. W. THOMPSON, 138 8. Spring Bt. 5-10 tl PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS EVERY WEEK via Denver and Rio Grande railroad. Only excursions running tourist cars through to Boston. Office No. 125% W. Second St., bet. Spring and Main sts., 3 doors from Spring st. ■ QANTA FE ROUTE STILL AHEAD OF ALL O competitors, both In time and distance, to all points Bast. Special tourist excursions East every THURSDAY. For full information, aa ply to or address any agent, or CLARENCE A. WARNER, Exc. Manager, 29 N. Spring. l-13tr SOMETHING NEW. - PERSONALLY CON ducted Excursions East, via "Rio Grands" Ry., every Monday. Broad gange cars to Chicago. J. C. JUDSON & CO., 119 N. Spring St. jel2-« PHYSICIANS. DR. T. L. demonstrator of anatomy Hospital College of Medicine and visiting surgeon to Masonic Widows and Orphans' Home and Infirmary of Louisville. No. 341% S. Spring st. Special at tention to surgery and gynaecological surgery. 4-29 lm MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, BPECIALTY, MlD wifery. Ladies cared for during confine ment at 727 Bellevue aye. m 28 tf R. HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT BUB geon to the New York Hospital. Specialty: Surgery and Genito-Urinary diseases. 175 N. Spring st. Hours, 9to 11, 2to 4. 2-22-tf MRS. DR. WELLS, "THE CLIFTON," 238 N. Broadway. Specialty, diseases of women. Many years of successful painless methods in rectal diseases. HAS. W. BRYSON, M. D.-138% BOU'IH Spring st. Telephone: Office, 796; resi dence, 798. 12-17 DR. C. EDGAR SMITH—DISEASES OF women a specialty; rectal diseases treated by the Brinkerhoff painless system; office, corner Main and Seventh sts., Roberts block. Telephone 1031. mietf DR. M. HJLTON WILLIAMS. DISEASES OF the head, throat, chest and blood a speci alty. Office 137 South Broadway, MILLER BUILDING. 9-5-tT EBECCA LEE DORBEY, M. D. OFFICE No. 7% N. Main st. Special attention gives to obstetrics, gynecology and diseases of children. Hours 9to 11 a. m. and 2to4p. m. Telephone 513. je2-tl R. LELIA LATTA—OFFICE IN BRYSON- Bonebrake Block, cor. of Second and Spring sts. Office hours, 10 to 12 a.m., 3to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. 4-15 lm . SPECIALISTS. ' DR. E. 8. DILLINGHAM! FTKcTRo3iAf£ seuse and Manual Therapeutics. Consul tation and diagnosis free. Office 121 North Broadway. Hours, 10 to 2, sto 7. Fridays free treatments to the worthy poor, from 2 to 4. 5141 m R. ROBERT BROWN IS PERMANENTLY located at 316% S. Spring Bt., where he will diagnose all diseases without asking any questions. All consultations free. Women's diseases a specialty. 5-12 lm HOMEOPATHISTS. St. (Phillips block); general, family and obstetric practice. Telephone 433. Day and night. 1-10-tf MIDWIVES. MRS. EVA SCHINDELE, MIDWIFE, 328 B First St., Los Angeles, Cal, Graduate of two colleges: Newland's college, Bt. Louis, St. Louis School Midwifery, St. Louis. Also prf vate Instructions in oh'stetrics. 5 13 3m DENTISTS. DR. G. KNEI'PER, DENTIST. No. 126 W. First St., old Wilson block. 4-30 tf G. CUNNINGHAM, DENTIST, REMOVED • to No. 131 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, Los Angeles, Cal. mlStl ADAMS BROB., DENTISTS, REMOVED TO 208 N. Main street, opposite Temple block. Painless filling and extracting. Crowns, $5 up; best sets teeth, $6 to $10. Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. 1-17-tl R. C. "STEVENS* & SONS, 107 N. SPRING Bt., Schumacher block, rooms 18 and 19; teeth filled and extracted painlessly, plates $4 to $10; hours, Ba. m. to 5 p. m., Sundays, 9a. m. to 1 p, in. Je26-tf W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST J» sts., Wilson blocks take elevator; teeth filled and extracted without pain; gold crowns and bridge work a specialty. Room 36. m4tf DR. TOLHURBT, DENTIST, 108% N.SPRINS St., rooms 2. 6 and 7, Painless extracting ENGINEERS. hydraulic engineers, 121 8. Broadway. 4-14 So. 3