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DAILY HERALD. THE CONTEST. Way the Cltr was not Reals- i trie led Before tin- Election. The taking of the lestimouy in the Congressional contest of J D. Lynch vr. General Wm. Vandever v. s continued ■ yesterday before Caplaiu VV. H. Sea-1 mans. W. A. Hamrnel testified that he was j a Deputy Cons!able and was at tbe , White House precinot on election day. i He saw no disposition on the part of the officers to delay vo'ing. He saw Bilder rtin, Abbott knd Mtndibles put men in j line and watch them until they voted. I He also saw men walk away from the polls with them aud over to the clothing j store. When they same out the voti rs win: put back in live. One of these men was a tramp named Jimmy. Men dibhs watched this man until he depos ited his ballot. Bilderrain bad on a lineu duster, but witness could not see what he had in it. He could hear the . jingling of money. The votiDg went ; along as fast as possible. Cross-examined —There were twenty, live or thirty men in line when I voted, ' early in the day. The live was the longest in the afternoon. It went around into Commercial street. George S. Card was running on the Kepublioau ticket. I had no money. If I gave a m vi a ticket and told him to get into the tin i I did not watch him. Was not burling myself to get votes, nor the party, I hope. The lir-t time I saw Jimmy be vi aa in the county jail. He was registered, and entitled to vote, 1 guess. I saw him vote, and if I thought be bad no right to vote I might have ar rested him. Do not think that tramps voted the Republican ticket. They m gbt have done so. Al. Cobler testified tbat be had been •dei uiy county Tax Collector and was at the White House precinct rive or six limes during election day. There was nothing unusual going on tending to de lay the voting. He saw nothing outside of tbe polls which ras peculiar. He did not see Bilderrain doing anything mere than any other worker. The voting was carried on just as fast as at any other precinct in the city. Cross-examined. There were thirty ■or forty people in line. I think the pre ciact ought to have been divided into tao precincts. The Democratic workers did not seem to work harder than those who labored for the Republican party. Milton Lindley testified that he was a member of the Board of Supervisors in 1886 and aided in fixing the limits of tbe precincts of this city. The Boar,l thought there ought to be some change in the boundaries < f precincts. There were two pnc'.ucts they knew were too large, the White House and the Tin n verein precincts. They determined to out them in two and so they did. There 'was no party feeling in redisricting the -city. Mr. Lynch, Mr. Bilderrain and Captain Tboru went before the Board and wanted the eight precincts made into fifteen. It was too late in tbe day and the members all thought fifteen pre cincts were too many, a Cross-examined. They appeared la ter than the 13th of September. Do not know the number of votes in 18S4 nor the vote of 1886 in the White Honse precinct. Did not take any par ticular H eps to find out about the pre cincts. D,d not send for the School Marshal to obtain information. Did not go out to see how tbe lines as suggested by Messrs. Lynch and Bilderrain would affect the situation. Theodore Summerland testified that he was an insurance agent and voted at ihe White House precinct about 11 o'clock. There was a line of fifty or sixty, and it tjoh bim twenty miuutes to j vote. There waa i:o obstruction, so far -as he noticed. Witness was challenger at the Court House precinct. He chal lenged six or seven who were put in line by P. Dornaleche. Cross-examined—Can not remember any of the names of the parties I chal lenged. Cannot remember the name- of those parties P. Dornaleche put in pne. Recess until 2 p. M. AFTERNOON SESSION. Walter Moore testified tbat he was Chief Engineer of the Fire Department. Be was at the polls of the White House precinct at different times. He had challenged several times, but was not the regular challenger of tbe party. He bad ordered men to leave the line be cause he believed they were repeaters. If he felt sure tbat a man was not en titled to vote he told him he would have turn arrested. He saw no Republicans putting dummies into the line. He put nobody but voters in the line. The White House precinct was noted for having considerable corruption during elections. A person who wanted to sell his vote generally hunted up that precinct. On election days there were alwoys workers who fixed the voters, by seeing that the ticket was properly folded, etc. Solo mon's tailorshop was u«ed as a place 'where voters were fixed. When a man came along whom they could buy they took him in the tailorshop and fixed him. The Abbott family were there working and also the late County Assess • -or Bilderrain. In 1884 about 900 votes were polled at the White House pre oinct. If the precinct had been divided at the election of 1886 it would been worth from one to two hundred votes to the Republicans. Voting went along on the last election day better than usual at the precinct. ; 100 ACEES —IS THE- - Washington Colony! i'lve miles from the « ity ofl 'rcsun. WITH GOOD HOUSE, GOOD BARN ._ Chicken House, Yard and Oorrai fenced, with fine Orcliard aud Vineyard, with all the Tools and Stock necessary to run the place. A GRAND BARGAIN CAN BE HAD II APPLIED FOX SOON 85 ACRES *'OIJIt Mil.in llt oil I'KESNO. WITH A GOOD HODBE AND GOOD Bsrn, 30 acres, in bearing orchard, 12acrea in bearing raisin grape vines, 12 acres In alfalfa, % acre blackberr'es, nice yard. Water tor irrigation ruuulng through the place continually. Thia is a fine place and will pay *40Q0 per annum. Price Only 515.000 THOMAS E.IIJGHES & SON, FRESNO, CAL, alO-lm Cross-Examined—Both political par ties bad workers at the precinct. Joe If inning was there and active, so wer • Hsmmel and Gard. They were anxious to have tbe Republicans vote. R. A. Ling was there also. Oscar Macy testified that he lived in the First Ward and was Chairman of the Board of Supervisors in 1886 when the city was redistricted. A petition had been received from the people of Kaat Los Angeles for a precinct of their own. This was granted and it was thought tbat this division would make the White House precinct smaller. Iv tnaking up those precincts there was no disposition to divide the city so as lo favor either party. He recollected some parties coming and asking for fifteen preciuots, but the Board of Supervisors aid not see the necessity of changing at that time, After tho changes were made there was no complaint made until after the election. Cross-examined. The other Super visors relied upon us, Mr. Lindley and myself, in city matters. We did not consult the School Census Marshal about the population in making the changes. It would not have injured any one to ha»e adopted Mr. Bilderrain's plan and •Bight have facilitated the voting. Ford testified that he resided at San Gabriel, and was a Supervisor at the time of tbe last election. There was nothing said when the city was redis tasted as to the effect upon either party. He was not familiar with Boyle Heights Jnfluenced in his action by the fact that East Los Angelas was a large place and ought, in his opinion, to have a voting place of its own. The matter 4U not make much impression upon fetat beeaoee he was not interested much «at*ide of his own district. He never (heard but one complaint and that wss fay Mr. Dnukelberger, who thought te lost more Republican votes than lie giined by the ohange. CTJACOBSQH ■a f% a Cures Ehrratlm, 1-eurslEia, LAt* U OlllEnrkm-li.'. Ilratlrhr, Toi.t linckv, rOl ralll -^r^sL-" -9 " Fin* clul". "t llrmi-Hls Umler*. TOR nURLES A. VOCELrit IK. «.Ul»ore. «d.. 0. S. A. A Rare Chance! VALUABLE PROPERTY IN A IJOOU TOWN. Station and Street Cars CONVENIENT. 109 Acres in Oranges, Vines, other Fruits and Alfalfa. A Fine Brick House of 12 Rooms, Tenement House aud other buildings, Collins; In all aiO.OOO. j There are 40,000 Vines, i Choice varieties, 1 to 4 years old; 70 ORANGE TREES, 7 to 11 years old; 300 Apricot* and other Choice Fruits. g»9- A GUM GROVE.-«Ka | WHOLE PLACE INCLOSES And in finest condition. I : A SPLENDID HOME PLACE, i 1 Well locited Lr subdivision. I THE LAND, WITH ALL IMPROVEMENTS, i Ottered lor a Few Days for $25,000. 1 Liberal Terms of Faymint. For further particulars, apply to r. vi. OHOOI ill, 34 North Spring street. F. H. KEITH, Anaheim,Cal. apH lm Cross examiued: Am not familiar with Boyle Heights. Relied to a ccr tain extent upon Mr. Lindley and Mr. Macv for information on the subject ot the population of ihe pucinc.s of the city. Fred Smith testified thit ho was a rolice officer and that he was at the White House precinct quite often on election day. At one time he stayed i bout un hour, until the polls closed. He noticfd nothing on the part of the , ttioers which prevented or delayed vot mg. Saw Abbott and Bilderrain taking men from the clothing store and putting them in the line. Did not see any money. (Jharles Watttrman, au opium tiend, told wituees tbat he had been paid $3 by Bilderrain. He saw them put a irampinline and waited to catch bim in the act of voting, but be became frightened. Abbott had on a duster. No cross-examination. Adjourned until 10 o'clock this morn ing. . USEFUL INFORMATION. Where Some of the New Towns Are—A Trip Tlirounh Sau Ua briel v«il. y. Those of our readers who think of in vesting ii towu lot* will be interested in knowing the dialauces of sonic of them from the great centers of trade, Los Au geles and Pasadena. The beautiful foothills of the San Ga briel Valley for nearly sixty miles, all the way from Los Angeles to Sau Btr naniinn, are dotted with beautiful towns, and soon one graud, continuous line of resitlei ces will reach the entire distance. As the cars of the Les ADgeles and San Gabriel Valley Riilroad leave Pasadena, the tit st town reached, only four mil. » d slant, is putty Lamauda Park. Every thing is boom'ng here, although a lack of water has been sorely felt; but the certainty of being able to get an unlim ited supply from the owners of the new town of Huntington, just abjve them, puts fresh life into its energetic popula tion. One ndle further on we pass the spot where the new elepot is to be erect ed, whioh will be the joint stopping place for the guests of the Sierra Madre Villa hotel and the inhabitants of the new town of Huntington. The cars stop next at Santa Anitn, seventctn miles last of Pasadena, and then speed on over the beautiful panorama of towns, villa!-, orchards and vineyards until they reach Azusa, bbjut twenty four miles distant from Los Angeles. From here, in a few days they will continue on to San Ber nardino. We annex a table of distances from Los Angeles: Paaadaaa 8 miles; Limanda Paik 13; Huntington (the new town) 14; Sierra Madre 16; Arcadia 17; Monrovia • 18; Uuarte 20; Azusa 24; Gladstone 26; Alosta 27; San Ditnas 28; Claremont 30; Pomona 33; Ontario 3S; Lordsburg 40; Cucamonga 42; San Bernardino 60. We advise our readers to take this charming trip. "Tbavillrr," Flagmen Wanted. Editor Hekall—l have been advo cating for some time past the advisability and importance of the cily officials pass ing an ordinance compelling tbe several railway companies to place at the cross ings a flagman for the. i ro ectijn of hu man life. It has been asked: Can the city draft such an ordinance? I say without fear of contradiction (although I don'i belong to the lcgsl fraternity) they can. For example, in the Eastern citie?, notably Boston and throughout Massachusetts, tbe ei;y officials compel railroad corporations to place flagmen at tbe crossings of the many streets over which they run, and if they violate said ordinance by refusing to place flagmen, and in tbe meantime a citastrophe oc curs, tbe railroad corporation is held responsible by the courts and civil suits bringing big damages are awarded the plaintiffs I am'giad to know tbat our worthy and self-sacrificing Mayor has brought the matter before the Council, and if they have "nerve" they will push it to a successful issue. Yours, "Pro Bono Publico." Pullman Passengers. The following passengers left on the 1:30 train yesterday: K. C. Hudson, L Woodward, Mr. Covey, H. H. Shafeldt, Mrs. Steele, M. Parlin, Mrs. Farr, W. S. Maxwell, H. A. Xi chell, Mrs. G. H. AlleD, A. S. Richardson, W. H. Slocum, Mrs. E. Wood, Mrs. Matheson, Miss Ella Lee, Mrs. Wm. McCollar, J. H. Winchell. H. C. Palmer, Mrs. Snow, T. J. Halman, Andrew Mullin, H. V. De- Mott. M. Sullivan, Mr. Gaylord, A. W. Merrill, E. Lippman, Mrs. I. WhaWn. The following left ou the 7:30 train: Charles Gore, A. Gerberding, K. Cohn, W. P. Lyon, Fred C. Miles, Mr. Koshland, G 1> Hynson, J. W. More land, Mrs. Thummel. CALIFORNIA THE LEADING; 30 Nortlt Main Street, nr. Court. Telephone 409. HAS THE BEST SELECTED BILL OF FAKE of either Hot or Cold Eatables of any house in the city. OYSTERS in any style. Prompt attention: prices reasonable. *W"Open all Nioht GU3 3CHADE, mW-tf Proprietor. Southern California National Bank, Nudeau Block. JOHN I. RE DICK Presiden L. N. BREED Vlce-Presiden WM. F. BOBBYSHELL Cashier Paid in Capital »100,000. Authorized Capital 850U,0U0. Dlrectors-L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, U. A. Barclay, Charles E Day, Alexander Pen ney, D. M. Graham, E U. Bosbyshell. M. Hagan, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshell John I. Redick. 124-tf Mice 01 Guardian's Sale of Rea Estate. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT IN pursuanea of an order of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, Sate of California,made ou.the 20th day of April 1887, ia the matter of the estate and guar dianship of Hugh Walters, a minor. The undersigned, the guardian of said minor will sell at private sale to the highest I- ri der, for cash, gold coin of the ( nited States and subject to confirmation by taid Superi or Court, on or after Saturday, the UOth day of April, 1887. at 12 o'clock, m., at the law of fice of Wells, Van Dyke & Lee, looms 11 lo 17 Baker Block, City and County of Los An geles, California, all the right, title, interest and estate of the said Hugh Walt rs, in aud to all tbat certain lot, piece or parcel of land lying aud being situate iv the County of Los Angeles. State of California, particu larly described as follows, to wil Lot"0," in block No. 193, of the town of Santa Mon ica, according to the msp of said town ou file in the County Recorder's oltio of said Couuty, and being the same property des cribed in deed dated October 17tb, 1881, from Jehn P. Jones, et al to said Huah Walters, recorded in Book 162 of Deeds, page 299 Records of said C junty of Los An geles, to which taid deed aud the said record thereof, reference ia hereby ma 1c for a belter anil more particular descrip tion, with the improvements thereon. Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, gold coin of the United States: ten per cent, ofthepurchne money to be paid tothe said guardian on the day of tale, balance on confirmation of sale by aald Superior Court. Deed at expenae of purchaser. Bids in writlug will be received at the law office of Welle, VanDyke & Lee, rooms 11 to 17 Baker Block Los Angeler, California, at any time after tbe first publication of this notice and up to the day of sale. PETER WALTERS, April 20,1887. Guardian of said minor. Unnecessary Misery. Probably cs much misery comes Irom habiiual comt!patiqn as from any derange ment of the functions of the body, and it is difficult to ci:re, for the reason that no one likes to take the roediciucs usually pre scribed. Hamburg Figs were prepared to obviate this difficulty, aud they will be fouud pleasant lo tho uste of women aud children: 25 cents; at all druggists. J, J. M.:ck & Co. proprietors, San Francisco. Hiding a saiiow sum. Her complexion formerly was yellow, nort her brilliantly tinted sea shell cheeks arc admiration of hunlrcds. She used Free man's medicated lace powder. Canes (ilven twny To each purchaser of a hat at the Chicago Hat Store, 35 N. Main street. 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KINDS OF FAR.tIINU TOOLS IN UENERsUU**)W «n?-3m WILL RECEIVE GUESTS FROM THE 20th INST. AKIIANGEMENTS SATISFACTORY TO ITS PATRONB South Pasadena Hotel. GEORGE LIGIITFOOT, Proprietor. S. S. LIGHTFOOT, Manager. INSPECTION OF HOUSE INVITED. gp!s—lm ~cTX sumner aco. Real Estate Aoknts and Auctioneers, 14 North SrRiNO Street. AT PUBLIC AUCTION KAYS TRACT! 3ITUATED On Vernon Aye., Orange, Sixth and Ward Streets, Saturday, April 23, 1887, at 10 o'clock, on the grounds, UILT-EDOED RESIDENCE PROPERTY I To Be Sold on its merits—One Block from Seventh-Street Cable Line. Beautifully situated on elevat'.d grouud, adjoining the famous Falrmaunt Tract, only tti miles from the Courthouse, with extensive views in all directions. Tne new Seventh- Street Park, od wh'ch the city will spend vlO.OOO, is but a short distance away, aud must be a very favorite resort. The surrounding improvements surpass tho<e of all other localities, the property-owners realizing that this Is the coming resHeuiial section of the city, have spared no expense toward furthering the efforts of nature in making it attractive. Title perfect. A certificate furnished with each lot. TERMS OF SALE.—Ten per cent, on the fall of the hammer, 25 per cent, within thirty days, balanca In six and twelve months, at 8 per cent, interest. tmV~ Parties wishing to view the property will pljase call at our office and carriages will be at their service. Cataloguss on application. C. A. SUMNER a CO, Reai Estate Ajents anb Auctioneers, 14 North Sirinu Street. apls— 9t C. A. SUMNER & CO., Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, lt North Spring Street. THE LAST AUCTION THE ELA HILLS TRACT! Situated on Downey Avenue, East Los Angeles. 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THE OCCIDENTAL 13 THE BHST Ap pointed restaurant in the city, where all tbe delicacies of the season are serve 1 ala carte. French Dinner from 12 to 2 and 5 to 7 P. M , 503. fmV Special inducements offered to parties taking meals by the week nr month. Private Parties, Banquets, Weddings and Co'lotions supplied on short notice. m 29-1 m ; The Commercial Restaurant, V. DOL, Proprietor, In Downey mock, Main Street. ' Receives alive and nerves up every day I the choicest FISH. Including SOLE, TUR BOT and SEA TROUT. Spring Chickens just in Irom ihe ranches cooked in every ttyle. jTjgp-Thls Restaurant i« Los Angeles' Del , monlco. myl-lf ■iPf" ii'i'i' l KiilWiit HCSUsmW of the H_B_n aX/lii tnaKSaanVw OVEEALLB. FJR BALE BY ALL LEADING Dealers on the Pacific Coast* spl4 lm Certificate of Partnership. WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE a partnership transacting business In this Sta c. Its principal place of business is MePherson, California. Its name is Mc pherson Brothers. The full names and respective places ft residence cf all its members are sigue< hereto. Dated February lfi, 1887. Roiiekt Mcpherson, |l. s ] McPhersou, Los Angeles county,'Ca Stephen M< Pherson,|l. s.l MePherson, Los Augeles county, Ca STATE OK CALIFORNIA, j County of Los Angeles. ( On this 16th day of February, in the yea one thousand eight hundred andclghtj seven, before me, Wm. S. Watjrs, a Nolar Public In aud forthes-iid county of Los An geles, personally appeared Robert McPher son, known to me to be the person who* name is subscribed to and who execute* the within instrument, and he duly ac knowledged to me that he executed th same. In witness whereof I huve here unto set my band and n nixed m official seal, at my ofllce in th [L. s ] said county of Los Angeles, th dayaudjearin this certlOcat first above written. Wat. S Water*, Notary Public. STATE OF CALIFORNIA, ) County of Los Augeles I On this 2ith day of February, A. D. on thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven before me, Wm. 8. Waters, a Notary Publi In and for the said county of Les Angeles personally appeared Stephen MePherson personally known to me to be Ihe same per sou described in, whose name is subscribe* to the within instrument, and he duly ao knowledged to me that he executed tb same. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed my official seal, the day and year in [L. s. | this certificate first abcvetvrlt ten. Wm. 8. Waters, m2-W4w Notary Public. HO! FOR BEAUMONT —THE— Beaumont of Southern California. GRAND PICNIC EXCURSION To This Henutlful New Town and Lovely Valley, SAN GORGONIO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1887. Free lunjh and free, ride through theval ley. Round Trip Tickets, S3. Get ready and visit this charming spot," NATURE'S GREAT SANITARIUM. For particulars apply to SOUTHERN CAL. INVESTMENT CO., No. S North Main street. - - L s Angelea apss lOt H, C. 6IOLEH, Prea't.