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A SEDUCER'S FATE.
Sensation In a San Diego Conrt Room. A BETRAYED MAIBEN'S REVENGE Miss Johnsem Takes Three Shots at Her Despoiler With Probably Fatal Effect. | Associated Press Dispatches to The Herald. San Diego, Oal., February 12.—Dur ing a recosa in the Mayne caae at 11 o'clock this morning, Bertha Johnson, the plaintiff, shot William Mayne. the defendant, thre-J times, the shots taking effect in his head, neck and shoulder, inflicting probably fatal wounds. Mayne was sitting in a chair in the court-room, when the plaintiff walked to the water pitcher for a drink. Returning, she passed back of Mayne, turned quickly, drew a revolver from under her handker chief, and fired with the above result. Miss Johnson was arrested. The history of tbe caae ia as follows: Mayne, who is a prominent young local politician, was some time ago tried, on complaint of Bertha Johnson, a pretty Swediah waitreaa, on the charge that he had seduced her under promise of marriage. The testimony showed that ho had stolen her money, and as she was about to become a mother, he obtained a bottle of carbolic acid as medicine, gave it to her, and tried to persuade her to go to Tacoma, where she was to register under an assumed name, take the "medicine," go to bed, aud under no circumstances call a pby- Bician. He would come on the next steamer and marry her when she re covered. He awore on a Swedish Bible, in the presence of witnesses, that ha would marry her. She did not go to Tacoma, but con sulted a lawyer. Tbe jury disagreed, it ia suspected, by reason of undue influ ence. Mayne waa again arrested on the charge of attempting to murder the girl, and the caae was on trial today before Judge Campbell, of San Bernardino, in the Superior Court. A short recess waa taken at 11 o'clock, and Miss Johnson, who had been roughly treated in croae-examination by Attorney Ferral, went paat Mayne to get a drink of water. There were only a few per sons in the conrt room. As she got be hind Mayne, she suddenly drew a re volver and fired three shots at him, one taking effect in the head, and, passing around the skull, went out at the back of the neck. She then threw the revolver at him, striking his face. He fell to the floor, and she was quickly arrested. Mayne waa taken to his rooms. It is re ported that he stands a chance to re cover. Sympathy is all with the girl. Great excitement prevails. STKiSWED WITH CARCASSES. Cattlemen Report Heavy Losses of Livestock In Nevada. San Francisco, February 12.— J. C. Nothen, of Eureka, Nevada, who is in this city, states tbat in traversing eighty odd miles of road from Eureka to Pali sade, he saw the carcasses of about 200 dead cattle. He said he had heard of the loss of thousands and that he con sidered the statements well authenticated. Me believes that the losses of cattlemen would be over 25 per cent, in the State. Simon Wenbum, a cattle owner, of Oartez valley, expressed himself iv the •ame manner, Among other cattlemen now here are Levi Hamilton, of Reno, and W. H. Holbert, of Granite Creek. They agree in the opinion that tne losses are very heavy. D. M. Wightman, a cattleman of Wadsworth, just arrived here, says that the weather has moderated during tke last few days. Warm weßt and south winds have been taking off the snow rapidly. It is pretty deep yet in Eastern Nevada, but about Elko and other val leys in the central part of the State it is going fast. He says that cattle nearly all over the State were in poor condition at the beginning of the winter; feed and water were both scarce, and this is the reason of the unusual heavy losses. He does not think that the loss will reach 50 per cent., and says that sheep-owners have suffered a good deal more than cat tlemen. He estimates the loss of the former at 75 per cent. RAILROADERS KILLED. An Uncontrollable Engine Creates Sad Havoc. Placebvillk, February 12.—Since the recent storm a construction train has bean working here, raising settled fills on the road. At noon today five flatcars oi gravel and the caboose were left on the track near Slaughter-House gulch, two miles west of here, while tne engine brought the men to this city for dinner. On their return the engine became un controllable and dashed down the steep grade through the caboose at a fearful rate of speed. The engine was nearly demolished. August Gerding and Peter Lindster were instantly killed, and Pat rick Noon received wounds that shortly proved fatal. Othera escaped by jump ing. Noon leaves a family at Scranton, Pennsylvania, and a brother at Buf falo. A Bancher Brownest. Colusa, Cal., February 12.—John Heally, a fincher of West Butte, Sutter county, stated Sunday for Colusa in a small boai to do some trading. Since that time] he has not been beard from, either in Cblnsa or at his home. West Butte is sb\miles from Colusa, all of the bottom laajl being now covered with water from he recent floods. Heally's family expajted him homo Sunday after noon, and c i Tuesday when he failed to appear, sea :hers were sent out. His boat was fa ud between West Butte and Colusa, bul jo trace of the body, though it is suppof i his boat was capsized and he was droned, as the wind was blow ing bard at |he time and the water was very rough, Heally had often made the trip before Many of his friends are now searching 1 1 his body. In ex <r leveed marksmen. VALLBjofe'ebruary 12.—Willie Moore, the 14 yearrfd son of Harry Moore, with two compa: me went hunting this morn ing. All 11 guns but knew nothing about thtm One of the boys shot at a bird and at ek Moore on the thigh. He was not fot yards away, the full charge of shot ente ig and shattering the thigh bone. If t boy lives he will be crip pled for life • A F.l and His Pistol. Gilroy, aI., February 12.—This morning, at o'clock, a party of young men insiste hat the barkeeper of the Southern nflo hotel should open the bar and gi\ horn drinks. This was re fu*ed by TolFarrall, and an altercation TKE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1890 ensued. Will Paine, of the party, atruck Farrell, who raised a chair in defense. Paine then drew a pistol, and Edward Maxwell, hia friend, attempted to take it from him, when it wag diacharged, the bullet entering Maxwell's breast, and in flicting a very dangercui wound, prob ably a fatal one. Paine was arrested. Gone After a i nrerr. Sacramento, February 12.—Officer Farrell leaves for Jefferson City Mo., tonight to bring back to Sacramento Thomas J. Summers, charged with swindling Charles Heiaen out of $450 by means of a forged note. It is alleged that Summers and M. Cornell obtained that amount from Heisen last November and gave in exchange the note of Mike Bryte, for $500. Bryte afterwards de clared the note a forgery. A warrant has also been issued for the arreatof Cornell. It is charged tbat Summers has been guilty of similar offenses before. CHAJVIPION WHEbTLINU. The Pacific slope Champion Floored by milwaukee's Pride. Milwaukee, February 12.—The much talked of wrestling match for the middle weight championship of tbe world and $300, between Pecer Schumacher, of Cal ifornia, champion of the Pacific Slope, and Tom Connors, Milwaukee's pride, was won easily by Connora, he taking the second, third and fourth falls. Schumacher showed excellent skill in the first bout and floored Connora in twenty-five minutes, but after that he waa entirely at the mercy of Milwaukee's champion. National Trotting; Association. Buffalo, N. V., February 12.—Tho thirteenth biennial congress of the National Trotting Association was con vened this aftornoon by President John son, of Lexington. The number of per sona and horses remaining under penalty December 31, 1889, according to the sec retary's report, is aa follows: Persons suspended, 2,705; persons expelled, 29; horsee supended, 1,405; horses expelled, 128; total, 4,447; a decrease in the aggro gate of 1,133. The report of Treasurer Towers shows a bilancein hand January Ist, 1890, of $16,833. Corbett Training- for Kllraln. New Orleans, February 12.—James J. Corbett, instructor of boxing of the Olympic Athletic Club of San Francisco, has arrived here and has taken posses sion cf the quarters in Carrollton, ten miles above the city, in which John L. Sullivan trained for his fight with Paddy Ryan. Corbett is matched to meet Jake Kilrain in a six-round contest with five onnce gloves, for a purse of $3,500, at the Southern Athlstic Club in this city Feb ruary 17th. Allison a monopolist. Marshalltown, lowa, February 12. — In the State Assembly of tbe Knights of Labor this morning, a warm debate was precipitated by a report from the com mittee on resolutions denouncing Senator Allison as a monopolist, and demanding his defeat by the Legislature. A counter resolution and strong fight was made by his friends this afternoon. Electric Light Convention. Kansas City, Mo., February 12. —The convention of the National Electric Light Association met here yesterday. Tbe address of welcome and response and the hearing of the reports of the secretary and treasurer occupied the day's session. Liabilities Covered by Assets. New York, February 12.—Today it is estimated that, the liabilities of the firm of Franklin, Woodruff & Co.,which failed yesterday, will be about half a million, with nominal assets enough to more than cover that amount. Stubborn Republicans. Dks Moines, la., February 12.—The Republican caucus this morning re jected the Democratic proposition. Jury Bribers Plead Vullty. Chicago, February 12.—When the case of the men indicted for attempting to bribe the Cronin jury was called this morning, the four remaining defendants pleaded guilty. The Court said it would hear evidence to determine what aggra vating circumstances there were. Alhambra. Quite a brilliant assemblage gathered at the residence of Mr. T. J. Stewart last Friday evening, the occasion being the fifth of a series of most delightful socials given under the direction of the Ladies' Circle of the Methodist church. A varied programme of music, games, etc., was carried out, and an evening of ex ceptional enjoyment was the result. The local baseball nine met with its first defeat at the hands of the San Fer nandos, Saturday. Their previous bril liant success had probably tended to render the Alhambra boys a trifle over confident, as their playing was not up to the usual standard. The ladies of the Episcopal denomina tion have organized a sewing circle, with Mrs. 0. H. Stone as presiding officer. The ultimate end to be attained is the erection of a church edifice, to which cause the ladies will contribute their efforts. Mr. S. M. Steen having purchased a ranch at Duarte, will remove his family to that place some time during the com ing week. Their departure will be a source of much regret to their many friends here, and the community to which they go is to be congratulated. Eugene Pitcher, of Los Angeles, was a visitor in town Saturday. New Cases. William C. Griffin sues W. P. Gard iner as administrator of the estate of Walter D. Stephenson and others, to compel defendants to convey certain real estate on which a contract was made in 1887. John Odell sues the Los Angeles Des iccating Company to declare an attach ment levied by the Sterns Manufac turing Company fraudulent and discharged. That a receiver be ap pointed for the Los Angeles Desiccating Company. That 8. A. Garrett be ordered to surrender the property of the company to the receiver. That James F. Jackson, president of the company, render an acconnt of its affairs. The California Loan and Trust Com pany sues Charles H. Clark and the Scballart-Ganahl Lumber Comph ly to foreclose a mortgage for $275. '•Brown's Bronchial Trochee' are excellent for the relief of Hoarseness or Sore Throat. They are exceedingly eflootlye."— Christian Wortd, London, Eng. Spring Styles Silk Hats At Harris', the hatter and gents' farnisher, 204 South Spring street. Something Good. Ohoice acre property in the Lick tract, Eagle Bock valley and East San Gabriel at low prices. Inquire of C. E. Day, 8 North Spring street. ; Harris, the Matter Aad gents' furnisher, 204 S. Spring It., oppo site the Bolleubec*. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. The Ballot Box Inquiry Adjonrned, FORAKER MAKES A STATEMENT. Secretary Blame Resumes His Official Duties-Other Capital Calling's. I Associated Press DiSDatchos to the Herald. ] Washington, February 12. —After hear ing a number of witnesses today, and developing nothing of special interest, tbe ballot box investigating committee dis charged all witnesses and adjourned to meet at the call of the chairman. Before the committee adjourned, ex- Governor Foraker resumed the stand for the purpose of making an explanation of various matters which were spoken of in tbe course of the investigation. He referred to several incidents which funded to confirm in bis mind the belief of the genuineness o the ballot-bex paper. Wood never told him the names would not stand, nor did be use any words calculated to put Foraker on guard in any manner. The Governor never had said to Wood or anyone that he would use the paper on Butterwortb. Foraker denounced Wood as a notorieus forger aad perjurer, and declared tbat he counted eoventy-nine unqualified and unmitigated falsehoods in his (Wood's) testimony. The affair had been to him a very bitter experience, mortifying and humiliating to the last degree, but from the beginning to the last there had never been a moment when all tbe world might not have had all the information he had. He would think to tbe day of his death that behind all this there was some sort of a paper, but he did not want any man to imagine tbat he asserted that anyone whoee name was on that forged paper was on tbe paper be believed to have existed. He did not believe Wood could have conceived the beading and collateral security on the paper out of his own imagination, and must have received aid from some other paper or other person. Wood resumed the stand for a few minutes, and said that the whole thing originated with Hadden. He never caw any paper but what Foraker and Hadden impressed on his mind. When they talked about the ballot-box contract he thought they knew what they were talking about. Hadden told him the Governor wanted a bluffer, and Foraker got a bluffer to bluff Ben Butterworth. Wood declared that he understood the paper was never to leave Foraker'a hands, but was to be used as a bluff. Washington Notes. Washington, Fobruary 12.—William A. Anderson was today nominated Supervisor of Census for the Secind Dis trict oi California. I The Senate naval committee has or ' dered a favorable report upon the bill to transfer the revenue marine to the naval establishment. Secretary Blame resumed his official duties at the State Department this morning, for the first time since his re cent bereavements. The House committee on Territories has decided to report favorably Delegate Cary's bill for the admission of Wyoming as a State. The committee has also authorized a favorable report on bills providing for an additional Associate Justice each for the Supreme Courts of Idaho and Wyoming. General Miles, General Armstrong and Governor Wolfley, of Arizona, will ap pear before the House committee on Indian affairs Friday next in connection with the resolution under consideration by the committee, providing for the re moval of the Apache prisoners, now con fined at Mount Vernon barrack, Ala bama, to Indian Territory. The House committee on merchant marine and fisheries has, by a vote oi 7 to 6, authorized a favorable report on the bill introduced by Rep resentative Dingley, of Maine, exempting American coastwise sail ing vessels, vessels piloted by heir licensed masters or by United States pilots, from obligation to pay State pilots for services not rendered. Hon. J. R. Chalmers, of Mississippi, made argument today before the House committee on elections, the President and Vice-President, on the subject of the necessity for a Federal election law for tho State of Mississippi. He said he would trust his life with a Southern Democrat, but declared when they stole or robbed ballot boxes, they thought they were doing God a service. Congress should pass an act to enforce in tbe South the fifteenth amendment. Congress had the right, he said, to pro vide a fair election law. It was not nec essary to apply a remedy where it was not needed, but where it was needed there it should be applied. He favored the bill introduced by Kelly, of Kansas, with some modifications. Senator Walcott today introduced a bill to authorize the acquisition of lands for coke ovena and other improvements, and for right of way for wagon roads, railroads and tramways in connection with coal mines. The bill provides that any person or association qualified to enter coal lands, or any corporation owning not less than 040 acres of coal lands, and desiring to open and operate a mine, shall be entitled to take and enter at the proper land office not exceeding 160 acres of public land, for the purpose of erecting a suitable plant necessary for the operation cf such coal mine. The bill also grants the right of way to any person over any pub lic land for the purpose of constructing wagon roads, railroads oi tramways used in connection with the operation of a mine. The Three Graces Are represented with perfectly developed forms —beasty and health combined. No decayed toothed man or woman can be healihy. because digestion mu«t be imperfect. Use SOZODONT, get healthy teeth, good digestion and a sound body. Revive the three Graces. Our Home Brew. Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery, In draugnt in all the principal saloons, de livered promptly in bottles or kegs. 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This Label will henceforth also serve to distinguish the Hungarian Aperient Water sold by the Com pany from all other Aperient Waters. DEMAND THE DIAMOND MARK, and insist upon receiving the Hungarian Aperient Water of Hie Apollinaris Company, Limited, London. For Sale by JONGS. MTJNDX tc CO. 16 Front street, San Franei°oo, Cal. HIBCELLAN EOTTS. 150,000 DOLLARS BOUGHT BY Mcdonald & fisher Will be placed on the Market at Prices that will beat ALL DISCOUNT SALES. We bought these geods at 49 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR And vest can have the BENEFIT of this great purchase. sTssF'THIS FIRM intends to do fh« BUSINESS OF LOS ANGELES in selling GOOD GOODS CHEAPER than yon can buy ThVbH FOR. Mr. McDonald has been in business for 22 years in this city and has a reputation for *ood goods that oan not be beat. Then comes the great C. L. F. that all shoe merchants envy and despise, but he always does the business. This Great Combination will undersell them aU. We are closing ont a lot of JOHNSTON * MURPHY Shoes at 95 per pair; former price 88. These are the finest goods in the market. Call early ana secure good bargains. Don't lit the other dealers rob yon. THIS SALE, STRICTLY CASH, Mcdonald & fisher, nm-m north sprie street. fe!3-lm MEDICINEJaL Ml JnArf Mpguih^boX For Weak Stomach—lmpalreA Digestion—Disorflereti Liver. SOLD BY ALE DRUGGISTS. PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX. Prepared only by THOS. BEECHAM> St. Helens, Lancashire, England. B, F. ALLEN & CO,, Sole Agents For United States, 355 & 337 Canal St., New York. Who (if your druggist docs not keep them) will mail Beecham's Pills on receipt of price— but inquire first. (Please mention this paper.) R. Stewart & Son, GROCERS, Telephone 725. 531 & 533 SOUTH SPRINGr. OUR PRICE LIST. 14 lbs. Best Dry Granulated Sngar $1.00 17 lbs. Best Island Rice $1.00 16 lbs Best Dry Brown Sugar 1.00 Bmoked Finnan Haddies 15 12 Cans Standard Corn 1.00 50 lb. sack Best Northern Flour 1.25 12 " " Tomatoes 100 Best Eastern Hams 131£ 12 " " String Beans 100 " " B. Bacon II 10 " " Pie Frnits 1.00 Ten lb. Tin Lard 85 8 " " Table Apricots 1.00 Five " " 45 10 " " Oysters 1.00 Can Coal Oil or Gasoline 95 8 " " Salmon 1.00 Arbuckle Coffee 25 2 " Libby's Corned Beef 40 Ten lb. sack Meal 20 6 " Table Fruits, beßt heavy Syrup... 1.00 Three cans Eagle or Elgin Milk; 50 30 Bars Finest Boap 1.00 Gallon can Perfection or Crown Syrup... .65 1 Gallon Can Maple Syrup 1.00 Fine Tea 35 40 lbs. Best Northern Beans 1.00 Six Hrlland orMllcher Herring 25 CHOICE BTTTER, EGGB AND POULTRY A BPECIALTY. f4 lm CHOICE ORANGE LANDS I AT THE FOOTHILIB H AZI VI. We are now SUBDIVIDING one of the choicest 180-AC RE RANCHES in the ORANGE BELT Into 10-ACRE TRACTS, to place on the market at present bedrock terms and prices: Only $150 per acre, or One-fourth Cash, balance i, 2 and 3 years We can show yon orchards in Axnsa where the oranges sold this year for $70 per acre, from trees three years planted, and others from $400 to $500 per acre, according to age. This lovely valley of about 8,000 acres, nnder the wtter ditches of the San Gabriel river, is at the altitude just above the frost, fog, smut and scale, making it one of the healthiest as well as the most prod net i ye for all purposes of any part of Southern California. Situated on the Banta Fe railroad, 23 miles from Loa Angeles, where the river first leaves the mountains, giving this valley a full and never fmliug supply of pure water, standing the test ot the dryest seasons. It being also the head of the San Gabriel valley, it is not far enough in the interior to place it beyond the force of the delightful summar breezeß from the ocean. AOSa— \\'e also have some improved places in Azusa. HUMPHREYS & RIGGIN, ja2B-lm 20 South Spring Street. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I am selling ont my entire stock of >®b. Guns, Winchester Rifles „^^SSSB^m AND REVOLVERS *\WB^I^ mL AT COST. NO HUnBUC. H. B. A.DAMS, Sportsmen's Emporium, 18 Commercial Street, LOW ANGt-ETLiES, OAL. jaisim Buy Your Coal From First Hands. NEW MEXICO COAL COMPY Miners ana Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Gallup, Aztec, Sunshine, and Cerrillos coal. All kinds of coal constantly in stock, also Coke, Charcoal and Wood. We mine our own coal and handle it direct to the consumer. No middle-men. Full weights guaranteed. Positively the best domes tic coal in the market. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Now is the time to contract your winter fuel. CHAS. A. MARRINER, Gen'l Manager. City Office, Hotel Nadeau. Telephone 855. Yard. Corner Fast First utreM and Santa Fe av«nne, Loa Aneeles. Cal. fB-tf JOE BAYER & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE and LIQUOR MERCHANTS, 29 NORTH MAIN ST. Telephone 38. feSlm THE BEST DOMESTIC FOR SALE AT ALL FIRST-CLASS GOAL YARDS. Greneral Office, 21 Spring Street. 3