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Short stories of the day.
Court Notes.
Robert F. Train, • native of England,
was yesterday admitted to citizenship
of tbe United States by Jndge Clark,
upon tbe necessary proofs as to qualifica
tions being snbmitted.
J. W. Ellis, charged with burglary,
was arraigned in department one yester
day, and entered bis plea of gailty.
Tuesday was set for sentenoe.
The case of Anne Giilis ye. J. Gillll, a
petition for divorce on tbe charge of cru
elty, a deoree as prayed for by plaintiff
was ordered entered by Judge McKin
ley yesterday by default. In tbe case,
also of Sophia Laible vs. J. F. Laible, a
decree was ordered in tbe same
conrt.
In department two yesterday tbe case
of Val Schmidt vs. Marco Hellman came
np for hearing before Judge Clark on a
motion to set aside the order of arrest
lesned by Judge Van Dyke against the
defendant when tbe suit was filed on
October 29th last. By consent tbe mat
ter was ordered aubmitted upon briefs, to
be filed in three and two days, respect
ively.
Judge Clark yesterday granted tbe
contestants in the Pratt w'll case 30
days' time within which to prepare,
serve and file their proposed bill of ex
ceptions and notice of intentions and
move for a new trial. Although judg
ment has not yoc besn rendered on the
verdict in the case.thls motion waß made
merely to keep within tbe limitations of
tbe statute.
In tbe case of Mrs. Janet Butler va.
Emma Lewie, an action to foreclose a
mortgage on two lots in the Providancia
& Scott tract, near Burbank, for $451.70,
tbe defendant having submitted to a
default in department four yesterday,
Jndge Van Dyke ordered a decree
againet ber as prayed and appointed F.
C. Anderson as commissioner to sell the
property.
Judge Clark yesterday settled and al
lowed the statement, but denied tbe
motion for a new trial of the defendant
in tbe case of A. A. Beatly vs. 11. C.
Roberts, and in the matter of the estate
of Jean liarr. , deceased, denied the
motion to set aeide the dismissal of tbe
oontest.
The case of Ruth G. Heritage va. Mrs.
M. E. Brainard et al., being an action to
foreclose a mortgage on four lots in block
2 of tbe Foothill tract for $1129 10, was
before Judge Van Dyke yesterday. A
decree waa ordered for tiie plaintiff as
prayed, but it was also ordered that if
any surplus remains from the proceeds
of tbe sale after tbe satisfaction of the
plaintiff's claim it be paid into court.
The case of G. R. Rounds vs. C. M.
Wehs et al., an aotion to obtain parti
tion of a piece of community property,
oame np for bearing in department six
yesterday before Judge McKinley. It
resulted in an interlocutory degree be
ing ordered for tbe plaintiff, G. Purcel),
J. Maltman and A. R. Frazer being
appointed commissionera to partition
tbe property in dispute.
The trial of tbe charge againet Olgen,
Smith and Menzies, tbe Santa Monica
canon smugglers, was continued by
Judge Rosa In the United States district
court yesterday until December l'Jtb.
Tbia course was rendered necessary in
consequence of the sickness of H. A.
Pierce, esq., of counsel for defense.
The trial calendar was called yesterday
In department one, and the following
cases set: Robert Rockwell. December
22d; J. YV. Jacques and J. Friend, bur
glary, January 21st; Arthur E. Beverly,
burglary, January 22d; O. J. Lee, Jan
uary 25th ; Marcus Shinn, forgery, Jan
uary 27th ; A. Dahl, January 28th; and
Uuy Roberts, forgery, January 29th.
New Suits.
Preliminary papers were filed in the
office of tbe county clerk yeeterday, in
tbe following new suite:
Catalina S, Bavarede vs. Leonidaß M,
Roberta, exeoutr<x, et al; an action to
forecloee a mortgage for $1503 on three
city lota.
Eatate of William T. Tinsley, de
ceased ; the petition of Henry G. Tinß
ley for admisßion to probate of tbe wiil
of deceased.
James D. Key inert va. Sophronie Am
bertin et al. ; an action to cancel a mort
gage and quiet title to a niece of property
in tbe Foothill tract, Kaat Loa Angeleß.
Jobn A. Mason, a minor, etc., va.
Guadalupe Mason, et al.; an action to
recover from defendants as sureties on
on the bond of Aaron Maßon. a former
guardian of tbe plaintiff, $38,068 claimed
to have been misappropriated by him.
F. G. Butler vb. S. O. Davis; an
aotion to foreclose a vender's lien for
$496.05, on the west quarter of farm lot
64 in tbe American Colony tract.
Lying unknown Him Trouble.
The otber day in the police court Neil
Nabor, a tramp, told the judge a very
plausible story. Tbe fellow was on trial
for vagrancy or drunkenness, and be
promised tbat if he ehould be allowed to
return to bia boms in Paaadena be
would never get drunk again. It ia now
quite evident Nabor had no home in
Paaadena or anywhere else, for he got
drunk again and yesterday appeared in
Judge Seaman's court. Hia untruthful
atory went against him and be waa Bent
to the ebaingang for 30 days. Ben Hea
tou, another bad character, got 10 days
for imbibing too freely of the corn ex
tract.
Used a unknown Knife.
Wallace Collins, a cook in Brown's
cad on Second street, was given a pre
liminary examination in Justice Sea
man's court yesterday on a charge ol
assault with a deadly weapon. Lait
Sunday be got into a row with Julius
Lambert, a waiter in tbe same restau
rant, and before tbe quarrel bad ended
tbe [cook struck Lambert over tbe head
with a big bread knife. Collins was
held to answer to tbe superior court,
with bail fixed at $1000.
Wanted on a Felony Charge.
A complaint waa sworn out in the
luetics court yesterday for the arrest ol
D. Gamier, a well known Frenchman ot
the city. William McDermott swore to
the complaint, which chargeß Gamier
with felony in failing to return a horse
and baggy which were hired last Satur*
day. The rig was worth $300.
Kidney Trouble Carad.
Loss Beach, Cal, Oct. 81, IS94.—D. W
Fletcher of this place makes the following
itatement: "Four and une-haii bottles of Hood's
BHrsaparilla have cured mc of a very bad case
uf kidney trouble."
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
Neitzke <t .Speck, fuueral directors and cm
ealmera, 256 South Main street. Tel, !■• I.
Wall paper houae of the coast, . li:8 8. Bprlng.
Diamond atreet auction sale tomorrow.
Ctx UxauaN Family Soar.
Ex-Marshal Gard's Accounts.
In tbe United States district court yes
terday Judge Roes msde an order, upon
motion of tbe United States attorney,
directing that a aubpu ua duces tecum
issue for ex-Marshal George E. ,Gard,
requiring bim to produce all unserved
and unreturned processes from both fed
eral courts, aliatof which was submitted
by Leigh Chalmers and J. S. Eaaty-
Smith,eaqs., tbe government examiners,
together with the stubs of ail checks
drawn upon the funds placed at bis dis
posal by the government, bis cash book
and sundry missing vouohera from ac
counts rendered by bim.
Sons of St. George.
The following officers of the Sons of
St. George were installed laat evening:
Worthy president, Robert Sharp; worthy
vice-president, J. M. Bowles; worthy
messenger, Walter R. Bullock; worthy
assistant messenger, F. J. Moore;
worthy treasurer, Thoa. Shoo per; worthy
secretary, Fred Renabaw ; worthy assist
ant aeoretary, W. H. Aebo; worthy
chaplain, Arthur J. Munton ; worthy in
side sentinel, Wm. Meek ; worthy out
side sentinel, Harry Fowler; representa
tive to grand lodge. Tbos. Pascoe; trus
tees, F. H. Neal, R. O. Beadon, H. W.
Renebaw.
More Incriminating Cards.
Herman Henris appeared in tbe
United States diatriot court yeiterday
before Judge Roas, to plead to two
charges of having vialated the postal
lawa by mailing obscene and libelous
postal cards. Before doing bo, however,
bis attorney presented a demurrer to
the indictments against him, which was
overruled, Henris thereupon entered
bis plea, of not guilty in eaoh instance,
and upon motion of the United States
attorney both cases were continued for
the term, and placed on the January
calendar to be set.
Heavy Sentence for Tramps.
The police judges bave started a cru
sade againet the tramps who in count
leeß numbers invade the city. Yester
day morning 20 Bpecimens of the genus
hobo were taken before Judge Austin.
Every one of them was given a sentence
of 90 daya in the chain gang, and were
allowed until 5 p. m. to get out of town.
Any of those sentenced who are found in
town will be arrested and committed to
serve sentence. Jndge Seaman treated
10 or 15 other tramps similarly.
Rev. Gallandet's Birthday.
The members of the Gallaudet Deaf-
Mute aociety honored tbe memory of
the birthday of Rev. Gallaudet at the
residence of Mr. Wm. Kingabury. An
enjoyable time was well spent. Those
wbo were present are aa followe : Presi
dent John Reccarg, Mr. and Mrs.
Kracke, Mrs. Ella Mvers, Mre. Sarah
Kiugabury, Mr. and Mrs. Morrow, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter White, Mr. William
Taylor, Mr. Oohn, Mr. Thos. R. Lane,
Mr. Jamea D. Lane.
MEMORANDA.
Befora buying your Christmas presents
do not fail to call at Lichtenberger's art
emporium, 107 North Main street, near
First. Bring along tbia "ad" and get a
beautiiul metai cabinet frame- for 10
centa. Open evenings.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsev, Stimson
block, brat floor, roomß 129. 130, 141.
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases of women aud
children. Electricity scientifically used.
Consultation boure, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227.
S. Con mil i, jeweler and watchmaker,
113 8. Spring street, makes a specialty
of tine watch and jewelry repairing,
diamond setting; an elegant line of opti
cal goods; a fine stock of watches and
jewelry always on hands.
Holiday attractions in the latest style
suitings and trouserings. Tbe largest
etock in Los Angeles at the lowest
prices. Joe Poheim, tbe tailor, 143 3.
Sp'ing street.
Special—For a abort time only, finest
enameled cabinet pbotoa in tbe city, re
duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art
Parlors, 236 South Main atreet.
Ho! for Cbrutmas! Look into tbe
new furniture Btore, 408 South Broad
way, for children's solid oak writing and
cabinet desks, $2 up.
Mathushek and tbe Brigga sweet tone
pianoa for sale and to rent at No. 118
Winaton atreet. A. G. Gardner, prac
tical piano tuner.
Jobn R. Paul, funeral director and em
balmer. Satiafaction guaranteed. 419
aud 421 Downey avenue, F.aat Los An
gelea. Telephone 1305.
C. A. Sumner a. Co. start their winter
campaign December 12tb with the Dia
mond-afreet auction Bale, which is bound
to be a success.
A damn Bros., dentists, 230'j. South
Spring street. Painleae tilling and ex
tracting. The beßtaeta of teeth from $0
to $10.
Look out for the oil boom. Lota at
auction December 12th by C. A. Sumner
&. Co., 134 South Broadway.
Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block. Fifth
and Broadway, rooms 24 an I 25. Rea.,
1033 Flower at. Tel., office 1421; res. 116.
Go to I. T. Martin to buy or sell fur
niture, carpeta, matting, linoleum, oil
cloth and atovea. 451 South Spring et.
Southern California Tailoring com
pany—Nob. awarded December 8, 1894:
Cluh 10, 54; 17, 20.
Don't forget that tbe Diamond-street
auction eale takea place December 12th
on the grounde.
Tbe Advance Davis sewing machine ia
tbe beat. Office, 128 South Main atreet.
Sbarp & Samson,funeral directora (in
dependent). 530 S. Spring at.; tel. 1029.
Sewing machines, in good working
order, for $5 each. 128 South Main et.
Mrs. Oswald makes corsets to order
•t the factory, 603 South Broadway.
Mexican drawn work. 33' ;i ' discount,
Campbell's, 325 South Spring atreet.
Dr. lialdridge ia now located at 245
Soutb Spring etreet, rooms 2and 3.
See tbe advertisement of Diamond
street anotion Bale; December 12th.
The Grand Pacific,423 S.Spring atreet,
large, eunny rooms, 50c to $1.50.
All kinds of sewing machines to rent;
128 Soutb Main street.
Dr. Kma Pnllin, lady homeopathist,
230 W. Firat street, rooma 15 and 10.
Insure with A, C. Golab, 147 South
Broadway.
Rooms $2 a week. TJ. 8. hotel.
Diamond-Street Auction.
An auction eale ol residence lots front
ing on First street and Temple wiil be
held tomorrow by C. A. Sumner <t Co.
There will be a great chance for bar
gains, ac tbis is the first auction of tbe
season. Get particulars at 131 S. Broad
way, and don't forget to attend the eale.
Temple-street cars pass tbe tract.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, !894.
INSIGNIFICANT DAMAGES
JUDGE ROSS PRONOUNCES THE
CARTER VERDICT ABSURD.
Th* Cae* Reviewed In a Lengthy
Opinion and the Motion
For a New Trial
Granted.
Some two or three months ego • col
ored man named John Carter, whilu
standing on a scaffold,engaged in white*
washing the building need by Welle,
Fargo & Co. aB a stable, came to grief.
A wagon belonging to the company
knocked the scaffold down, and Carter
fell to the ground also, receiving severe
injuries.
He instituted Buit for damages, and
tbe jury awarded bim tbe nominal sum
of $1 in compensation. Id tbe United
Rtatea circuit court yesterday Judge
Hon banded down an opinion, in wbioh
the court comes to Carter's relief and
grants the motion that was made for a
new trial.
Tbe whole caae is reviewed in the
opinion as followB:
This action was brought to recover
damages in the atxwunt of $10,000 for
personal injuries alleged to nave been
sustained by tbo plaintiff by tbe alleged
neglignnce of the defendant. The ver
dict of the jury in favor of the plaintiff
necessarily included a finding that tbe
defendant waa negligent, and tbat there
was no contributory negligence on
plaintiff's part, aa Bet up in defense of
the action.
There waa much evidence iv tbe case
tending to show tbat there waa no negli
gence ou tbe part of tbe defendant, and,
further, tbat there waa contributory
negligence on plaintifT'a part as should
prevent a recovery by bim; nnd, bad tbe
verdict been, in favor of the defendant on
either or both of these propositions,
there would be no interference with it
by the court, for tbe evidence in respect
to those matters waß substantially con
flicting, and tbe issues in reapect thereto
were for tbe determination of the jury,
under appropriate instructions from the
court, wbicb were given. But the ver
dict being, in effect, tbat plaintiff waa
injured by the defendant's negligence,
without contributory negligence on bis
own part, be was manifestly entitled at
tbe bands of the jury to eubetsntial
damages. The evidence was without
conflict that the collision which caused
tbe plaintiffs injury threw him from a
scaffold eight or ten feet high, on which
he waa at the time working for $2 per
day, to the ground, bia bead and eboul
der striking on a large rock, from wbich
he was picked up in an uncon
scious condition, aud that after
regaining consciousness be was carried
to the county hospital, where be re
mained about live weeks, two weekß of
which time be was confined to bis bed.
These (acta of themselves entitled the
plaintiff, under the verdict, to substan
tia! damages, and not to the merely
nominal sum of $1. The head and neck
of the plaintiff were, at the time of the
trial, much bent to one side, and bis
walk was tbat of a paralytic. The de
fendant introduced many witnesses,
who testibed that bis appearance and
movements were about the aame prior
to the injury complained oi as they were
at the time nf the trial, and that they
could see no difference in them. Thia
testimony on the part ol the defendant
was controverted by many witnesses for
the plaintiff. Tbe exhibition, however,
thai, was made of tbe plaintiff's person
in court, aud tbe tests tbat were there
made by Dr. Hughes, amounted, I
thing, to ocular demonstration of the
tact that the plaintiff could not posßibly
have at that time stood upon the plank
aud performed the work the evidence
without conflict showed that be was
doing at the time of the accident.
Accepting, aa tbe court must, for tbe
purposes of tbis motion, the facta to be
that the plaintiff without fault oi bis
own, was injured by tbe negligence of
tbe defendant, it can not permit a ver
dict to Bland tbat awarda bim damages
in name oniy. While the court ahould,
and always will, be careful not to usurp
tbe functions of tbe jury, it is, never
theless, ita duty to protect partiea from
improper verdicts rendered through hub
conceplion, prejudice, passion or other
wrong influences. (20 Fed. Rep., 233;
27 Fed. Rep , 545; 19 Fed. Rep., 405
--20 Fed. Rep., 292.)
In Field ou Damages, SS6, it is aaid :
"It ia lobb usual for tbe court to inter
fere with the finding of the jury for in
adequate than tor excessive damages,
though it haß the power to do co. . .
But a verdict may generally be eet aside
for inadequacy upon tbe aame grounds
that warrant the court in interfering
where they are excessive." To tbe
came effect is Gaitber va. Kansas City,
etc., Railroad company, 27 Fed. Rep.,
545. And in Hedgwick on Damagea, vol.
2,006, it ia aaid: "The forbearance of
the court to interfere with the jury ia ao
great that, io actiona ot tort, tbe gen
eral rule is that a new trial will not be
granted for emallness of damages; but
it seeraß that if tbe jury ao far disre
gard the justice of the case aa to give no
damages at ali where coma redreaa is
clearly due, tbe court will interpose.
80, where in a case for negligence
for defeadant'a servant driving against
the plaintiff, it appeared that the plaint
iff'B tbigh waa broken and conaiderable
expense Incurred for aurgical treatment,
tbe plaintiff obtained a verdict, dam»
ages one farthing, a new trial was grant-
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Ed on payment of oosts; and Lord Dsn
men said: "A new trial on a mere
difference of opinion as to amount may
not be grantable, but here are no dam
ages at all."
In the present case tbe amount
awarded the plaintiff by tbe jury was
practically no damages; yet the jury at
the same time found in effect that the
plaintiff waa injured through the negli
gence of the defendaht, without any
contributory negligence on bis part.
Tbe evidence, without conflict, showed
that hia injuries by tbe fall were auch
as, under tbose circumstances, entitled
bim to aubatantial damages.
For tbeae reasons the motion for a
new trial ia granted.
Papa Bohnrtz' Farewell.
On tbe 17th inst. Papa Sohurtz will
sell tbe Palace saloon at auction. Dur
ing the last week of hia management
he anticipatee tbat hia host of frienda
wiil show tbeir appreciation of hia past
hospitality by bestowing a liberal pat
ronage. During tbe week Professor
Musso and Professor Shuitz, ihe well
known cornet i»t, will diepense choice
classioal music, and everything will be
done to fittingly celebrate tbe close of
the aaloon which has been ao carefully
managed for five years.
Try a gal. B&alteee olub whiskey, $3.50,
unexcelled for purity and flavor. T Vache
A Co., cor. Comerc'l & Alameda, tel. 309.
Kregelo & Bresee, funeral directors,
Broadway and Sixth street. Tel. 243,
JOTTINGS.
Wagner's Klmberley,
158 N. Main, opposite old court house. Specs
ard eye-glasses a specialty. Fine watch aud
jewelry repairing. Also diamonds and flue
jswolry at lowest ligures. Waguer, the old re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zobelein's lagei, freih from their
bre,very, on draught iv all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office aud brewery, 411 Aliso street, tele
phone 91.
Stop Paying Rent by Building
Through the Savings Fund and Building So
ciety of Los Angeles. Monthly payment".
Twelfth annusl series now open. K. 11. tiraseti,
secretary, room lo,; Wilson block, First and
Spring.
Mirrorp, both French aod German plate, can
now be had at a great saving on former prices.
French mirrors, bjth plain and beveled; also
Develed plates made to order. All work guar,
anteed. H. Raphael & Co., 140 S. Spring at.
Attend the Sale
And don't lose the chance of a lifetime to buy
an oil lot at your own price. Diamond street
auction sale tomorrow. C. A. Sumner & Co.,
13-1 8. Broadway, will give you particulars.
Orchardists, Look Out!
Don't buy any irees until you have consulted
Jerome Caldwell, general ageul Alexander ,t
Hammon's nurseries. Biggs, Cal. ntlice, Xatick
house, Los Angeles.
The Finest Flavored Oysters
In bulk and csn?, tiO cents, full quarti; Tine, fat
and juicy. Cans, 50 cents. Discount to hotel!
and restaurants. Fled Hanimau'e Mott Market.
Fine Fruits and Vegetables.
Everybody says Richardson, Lowry & Co.,
109 B. First st„ have the nicest aud clean;s
fruit store in Los Angeles. Telephone 1378.
Columbian Coal.
Try our Columbian lump coal, $■< per ton
delivered to any part of the city. Hancock
Banning, 130 West Second st.
Guitar Lessons.
Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by
Prof. Arevelo, room 126 Wilson b.oca.
HOTEL aj:itiv .v t. *»
HOLLENBECK. - '•
J X Fisher. Santa Barbara; I W Cole, A W
Cleaver, <i It Marsh, tt Olson. Chicago; Mr and
Mrs Q W Hszzard, Miss I M Russell, A W Tnorn
dike, San Dit-jo; F .'i Ham peon, Chino: 188
Chainbiiu, Riverside; N Blackstock, \'entura;
w J riher.tl", eanta Paula; WU Wilanlre. A U
Hart, J VV Clark, J W Currier, J H Millzner, II
»v Rnpe, X R Jeffrey, KU J Rice, San Francisco;
C F Wilson, Misa 11 R Wilson, liakerslieid; J X
Patton, Vauderbiu: Mrs II r. Petilnglll. hed
land-; J H Hall, Pasadena; J LCamnbeu, San
Bernardino: Mr and Mrs M L Wo ft, Huencme;
A ii Williams. Sc. 11 ta. Paula; Kd Mendclson,
Caplstrauo; C Zeiger, Albuqueniue; W L Ham
liu, Pomona.
Diamond street auction sale tomorrow.
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MARSHAL GARD'S OFFICE
A DEROGATORY RUMOR DENIED
BY GEOKGE DENIS.
Hia OfTtoe Wai Loosely Menaced anil
National Kximtnera nra Try
ing to Straighten
Matters.
For several days a rumor has been
going the rounds of the town to the
effect that Geo. E. Gard, the ex-United
Btatee marshal for tbe soutborn district
of California, was involved in some of
ficial difficulty. When tbe motion was
made by District Attorney George Denis
yesterday morning in the circuit court
requesting that Air. Gard be summoned
to appear in court and bring with him
all papers in his possession tending to
throw any light upon the administration
of hia office, all unserved processes, and
tbe stub book showing wbat moneys
were paid out by bim, it 'vas hinted on
the streets more openly than before that
.the marshal had not attended to his
duties as ba should bave dove.
A Hkkald reporter called upon
United Statea District Attorney Denio
lust evening at bis home on Providence
street, and asked him :o either confirm
or deny tbe rumors.
"I will say," said Mr. Denis, "tbat
■ tbere is absolutely no truth in the
stones reflecting on Mr. Gard, and that
uoon the contrary, tbe government
ewes Mr. Gard large earns of money
wbicb would have been paid long ago
had tbe office been systematically kept
and a demand made for the amounts
due wben they accrued.
"Mr. Gard certainly conducted his
office iv a very loose and unbueineealike
manner. For instance, if tbe office con*
tracted a bill for stationery, printing or
anything elee, when the bill was pre
sented the creditor was told to call
agnin. He kept calling, and not getting
bis money, he appealed to the attornev
gßneral at Washington. These de
mands kept goins to tbe hational capi
tal, together witn demands far jury fees,
until they accumulated to eucu an ex
tent that the attorney-general became
tired of the pressure of creditors, and
sent a couple of examiners to Los Ange
les, who are now hore, and bave been
here for gome time.
"Auother thing, Gard has several
hundred processes which have not been
served aud no return has been made,
lie cannot keep them for years without
serving them, although the law permits
him to take them with him at the ex
piration of bis term of office and serve
them, and be will be paid for the work.
Wben he produces those processes in
court I presume that he will report that
tbe defendants could not be found, and
then Judge Rosa can make an order di
recting him to make tbe proper return."
Fitzgerald, house and eign painter, 222
Franklin; telphone 1449. Low prices.
Diamond street auction sale tomorrow.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Eugene Estee?, I.os Angeles 3~t
Sarah Ann SUnriish, Peuritto, W. Va 38
Joseph SV. Swanwick, Lis Augeleß S6
Henrietta Bt, Uarbj Engliish, Alhambr*... 20
John <;. irishman, Fargo. N. D 35
Cornelia M. Week, Los Angelea 23
W. Henry Barker. Los Angeles 27
Mide 1.. Bcovel, Lot Angeles 24
GeorßC Otto Monroe, Monrovia 36
Annetta Evans, Monrovia ... 2i
Herman Smith, Los Angeles 23
Het'.y Mann, Los Angeies 17
Lewis E. Frick, Burlingnme, Kas 50
Marian 0. Hood, Los Angeles 43
DIED.
WlSH—December Oth, at 12 m., Mrs. J. Isabe a
Wise, wife oi F. F. Wise and modi, r of Cai
leyß. Wisonud Mrs. E. Mac Sicalor, aged
-'.I ytari-, S months and 2 days.
Fuueral from laic residence, li>l7 Ktsex
street, at - p.in, on Tuesday, December lltb.
KING—In thia Oltr. Dicember 10, ISO 4, Mm.
E. King, a native of New York, aged (13
y.ars. Frieud.and acqunintauces are re
sneci'iilly invited to btteud The funerii,
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 2p. m., from the fam
ily residence, tio > Bartiett st.
Ftitier*! in enerventOrr <fc P»iter on.
4AWARDEDI-
Highest Medals Offered 14
America.
— / jrt World's Fair Convention ol rhji
Jt iwraphera ana World's Kxpoll*
I lion, Ohloago,'93. Ulfbnt pns
» mlntes 1.01 Angeles Fair. '89. »U
■* V~- And also awaided the
\^ * *—**—Zl hlahe.i premiums for laat lair,
- m"_ ending Oct. '-!0, 04.
' Onr Awnrds are the high.
est Awarded Any Photof*
rapher.
Speaking Volumes for the Superiority ot the Steckol Photographs,
«r„ r PHOTOGRAPHY
CLOUDY WHATHER PKEFHRRED.
220 S. SPRING ST.,
Opp. L. A. Theater and Hollenbeck Hoick
DR. LIEBIG & CO.'S WORLD'S DISPENSARY
and reliable ezoMI
Pacific Coast—e.tanliahed In Ban Francisco fot
K ° n^V^a™'*^ TA SaI DOCTORS
Thu SI'KCIAI. hURGEON FROM THS BAM
Mf iir. UstANCIbCO OFFlOga la now In chart) of the
YSjfe/V.>/«HH|HrI Los Angelas office-, so perions living In ..os
UMi AiiKOlei. can rmvn tbe benefit of \ lie sune '.ruat-
Consultation PKEK, Personally or
I»H. UEBIO A CO. ••««. a I NFRVO 'H. PRI.
VATE AND CHRONIC OF MBS.
t H os curable guaranteed, no miUtei how rom-
plicated oi who has failed. Our diagnosis
gSKiJPM»*3SB !h». t md m- f ; ( !..-. ■ hnnlc m«n si>nt free.
ftf~ All business sacredly coufl lentiil.
H^M^^^^^^^yj; rrimrs: 1) a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7toB to p na>
j' 123 SOUTH MAIN STREET
Hardware 1
*■ A OPEN EVENINGS. "
TINNING and JOBBING.
THOMAS BROS.
Other sizes In proportion, i 230 -SOUTH SPRING ST.
~S AMU EL STEIN So CO.,
DISTILLERS, RECTIFIERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES AND LIQUORS
Swept and Sour Mash Whiskies iv Bond or Pax Paid a Specialty.
FAMHY TRADE A SPECIALTY. 10" V MAIN ST.. ' OS
THE PUENTE OIL CO
PTfnprrFßsoff I General Bn9ini'Sf
PRODUCERS OF fIDTTTYEi offlces:
AND DEALERS IN I X, I II H,
BIKER BLOCK.
Tel. 196. PETROLEUM Wells at PuenH Cal
This Company is prepared to sell and deliver crude petroleum in large or
■ mail quantities, either in tank cars on line of railroads in Lo.- Angeles or out
side, or by tant wagon or drums to any part of city We furnish crude petro eura
to Cable R'y Co,. Electric R'y Co., Templest R'y Co. and other largeojtr sanies
I>R. WHITE'S
Main St. (pnr
RIVATE
■ DISPENSARY
NERVOUS DEHILITY
Seminal veikness, imnotency, clc. Inducing
■ome of the following symptoms, as dizzlneßs,
confusion of Ideas, defective memory, aversion
to society, blotches, emissions, exhaustion
varicoc;lc, etc., arc pcriranently cured.
TJrtneiry, Kidney and Illadder
troubles, weak back. Incontinence, gonorrhea,
Sleet, stricture and all unnatural discharge!
ate quickly and perfectly cured.
SCSOFULA AND BYPHILIB
causing ulcers, eruptions, swelling in groins,
sorethront, fahlng hair and other symptoms
are removed, and ail poison permanently eradi
cated Irom the system.
*SBF"TR£ATMEST at office er by express. All
letters strictly confidential.
ALEXANDRE WEILLTRACT
U !■. 11 INSTALLMENT PLAN LOTJ
Now for Rale iv L ib Ange ct)
m-mw AND MONTHLY —SlO
NO INTEREST. NO INTEREST.
Lots from $225 to $950.
Cement Sidewalks. City Wale-.
Electric Cam. Good Streets
II you want a good residence lot iv tbe
CENTRAL AVENUE
DISTRICT,
Get map and price list at our office,
415 North Main St.
RICHARD ALTSCHUL. Sole Agent.
11-8 cod Urn
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♦ ROBT. L. GARRETT & CO? |
X 330 N. Main St., Los Angeles. 4
♦ rufiWAL Dutsofo&j m w&wi t
4, First class equipment. Large and well *
2 selected stock. Reasonable aud fair «>
A prices. Careful aud saillful treatment. «>
A Special attention given to emb.tlr..lug *>
i and shipping bodies to dlntaut parts of ♦
«> the country. M9~ Night calls prompt ♦
♦ ly attended to. ♦
4> «> . cUphftn* Ne.. 75. 4> ♦
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SALE!
BARGAINS.
INSTALLMENT PROPERTIES.
House 5 rooms, southwest, near Twenty-third
and Hoover; $LHoo—s~>UO cash, balance $25
I Or month.
House 5 rooms, southwest, 2 blocks from
eectric car line; #1400, isy terms.
House 6 rooms, all modern and new, south
west, close in, for $2100—small cash payment
and monthly installments,
SEMI-TROPIC HOMESTEAD CO.,
•?t WEST THIRD BT.
•GBTTim a tiovs oy him- "fjt™ V
: You Set We &et a 'Move On,
Su/6s To Order in 24 Hours
312 South Spring it, below Third.
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\ Tiie Herald {
I Reaches ♦
t People X
♦ Who Buy $
♦ The Goods. J
I WHICH ARE t
1 The 'Purchasing Classes ' j
♦ "Peoplewho buy goods are divided Into <
2 three classes: J
4> " The select 10,000, tho well lo do 100,- 4
♦ 000, aud the more or lest prosperous ♦
a million. Nlnc-teuthg of all th > fortunes J
t> are made from the trade of the 100,000 <k
♦ and the million, bec.uso they buy nine- •
J tenths of tho goo Is wbtcli are sold. Hiey *
t> are tbe peop c also who respond to adver- a>
Jll mmeet-, and who buy for cssh or pay J
X Ihelr bl Is promptly. The merchant or X
♦ an) adve'tiser who caters successfully lo ♦
♦ the 100,000 and the million will get all J
t he rares for of the trade of tho select *
X 10,000. They rarely answer an adver- ta
T tisement, and are proverbially slow j
% pay." —Stew a ST. X
J K \
♦ The HERALD, daily and Sunday, not J
+ only bas a large circulation in Bouihern X
♦ Ca'lfornia, but reaches the homes of the J
X 100,000 class and the "more 01 lose pros- X
X perous million." X
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SANTA FE SPRINGS
Medical and Surgical Sanitarium.
Twelve miles from Los Angeles, via Santa Fa
railway. The place for the wesry to rest and
the alck 10 get well. Hot and cold sulphur
baths at popular prices correspondence sollo«
lied. 8-29 om

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