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FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this class!ft
eattoa-1 time, B casta per llae; 1 week, 30
easts per line; 1 month. $1 per line.
Buslmesa Property
FOR SALE- ~~"
First-class Spring sL property tbat
aow rents for enough to pay 18 per cent
per annum on tba investment required.
COYNE A CO., 2 U A. Theater bldg. tf
1250 WILL PAYFdR A PROSPECTIVE
business let on Angeleno Heights.
•ox2oo feet, fronting eleetrlo osr line; 10
Ulnutae from Spring at 8. K. LIND
LEY, 106 B. Broadway. tt
Houses ami Lota
9m. >, PraU ' Henry A. Darling
—-DARLING - A PRATT
INVESTMENT BROKERS,
Rooms 818*317 Bradbury block,
Tel. 1800.
Los Angeles, Cal.
References by permission:
FIRBT NATIONAL BANK,
LOB ANGELES NATIONAL BANK,
STATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
REAL ESTATE, "MORTGAGE LOANS
INSURANCE, NOTARY PUBLIO
FOB BALE—WE~ ' INVITE THE
thoughtful attention of investors to
•or vary carefully prepared lists of prop
erties.
Out lists aio revised to data and em
braesipropsrtles In all Darts ol Southern
and Central California.
Choice oity and suburban residence
properties.
High gran* Loa Angelea business
properties.
Fruit and farming lands in largs and
■mail aoresgo.
Largs bodies oi land for syndioates and
eoloniee.
Orange and lemon groves in the true
citrus region.
Vineyards, raisins and wine.
Olive, almond and English wslnut or
chard!.
Apricot, peach and prune orchard!.
Alfalfa, grain and pasture lands.
We make a specialty ot ohoiec Pasa
dena residence properties.
Wo critically Inspect each piece of
property before offering for sale.
We recommend all property solely ac
cording to Its merits.
We make a specialty ot loaning estate
and trust funds and Invito at tan ton to
nur system of negotiating mortgage
loans,
Correspondence solicited from parties
wbo java money to loan (large or small
sums) on real estate mortgages.
We'take charge of property for non
residints and attend to rents and collec
tions.
AH inquiries will receive prompt and
careful attenton.
AH property cheerfully shown.
DARLING * PRATT,
Investment Brokers,
Bradbury block, rooms 316-3i7,
tf Los Angeles, Cal.
for"bale-hol t ses
s6soo—Now dwelling, Ne. 810 W. Bea
con at.
$4500— Hotel and furniture, 12 rooms.
$3000-8 room boute, No. 614, Pasadena
are.
$2*on—B.room house, No. 124 8. Hell
man st.
$1600—5-room house, No. 2611 Pensnsyl
vania are.
$luoo— 3-room house, No. 1244 Vletoria
at.
$800-5-room oottage.
Houses on the installment plan, all
prlecs.
$400—Lot on Workman at.
$550—Lot on Waabin tton st.
ALLISON BA BLOW,
tf 123 S. Breaaway.
FOR BALE-BNAP-AN ELEGANT 10
-room house U bolck from Washing
ton street in southwest; pait of tbe city.
House Is new; just built, all modern im
provements; lot 50x150; price $2250. $1250
cash balance on time. B. E. PARSONS,
room 1, 230 W. First st.. tf
FOR SALE—"CHOICE RESIDENCE
property on Anaeieno Heights, over
looking city and parks; magnificent ma
rine view; price from $5 to $10 per front
foot; lots 150 to 200 feet in depth. S. K.
LINOLEY, 108 8. Bruadwav. tf
FOR SALE -AT "A SACRiFTCE";
bonre ot 0 rooms, nail, bath, hot and
cold water, lawn, cement walks, etc., on
Second St., Boyle Heights; price, $2450,
for a few days; worth $3000. F. A.
HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First st. 1-2-0 .
FOR SALE-y-ROOM HOUSE,~26OB
Flower at., near Adams: nearly new;
all modern improvements; beautiful,
cboioe location; cheap; easy terms. Ap
ply to.QW>*ER, adjoining premises, tf
FOR 6AEE—S4SOO WILL BUY MODERN
10-room residence. Apply ou the
p £S!!S*' 2822 8 - """d avenue, or to
OWNER, room 78 Temple blk. 12-20 Z
FOR SALE-NICE 5-ROOM COTTAGE
and lot witb large stable, near Main
st •. ; J^J^ , ob, "P> "ecoont of mortgage. K.
VERCH, room 80, Tempi* blk. tf
FdR-BALt-f nTT~HANDBOME COT
tagc cor Union aye. and Twelfth at. • 7
rooms, bath, all decorated; special in
ducements given on cash or terms if sold
before December 10, 1806. BRADSHAW
BROfiL, 147 8. Broadway. g
$300 OAS H, BA LA N OE HAkTABKOT
4 room botisc, large yard, barn, etc..
near Twelfth and Central aye., $1050.
t BEN WHITE. 221 W. First st.
City Lots
FOR SALE-LOT-LOT 6, BLOCK U,
Woolen Mill tract; price $400; this is
cneap. F. H. riEPER A CO., 108 8.
Broadway. , 7
for BALjrUwjl seliTthe - EA~RTIiT
BASSETT A SMITH, Pomona, Cal.
6-26 tt
L
City Lots
FOR SALE—ORIDER A ROW'S
ADAMS STREET TRACT,
Tne Tract of Homee.
100 oboloe residence lots unsold are now
offered at $300 to 81000 on easy pay
ments, HOO lots bare been sold and over
250 homes built in the past 18 months. A
school biillolng to oost over $17,003 and 11
line cbucrb are now in course of construc
tion on this property. Fire miles of
streets graded, cirbeu and sldewalked
and lined with 2,000 lovely shade and
palm trees. City water, electric lights;
modem street ears with a 10-rotnute sci
vlce, only 12 minutes' ride from busiiesa
center. Four 89-foot streets and one 100
-foot street. Lots 00x150 to alley. High
and slghilv location; rich loam soil; no
mud. Don't ouy for a borne nor for in
vestment until yuu sen tbe Adams street
tract. Free carriages from our oHice.
Tel. 120 ft Far naps, prices and views of
this tract call on or write to
ORIDER A DOW,
6 180 ri. Rroadwsy.
~OR SALE—W LOTH IN LIENAVS
Cottage Home tract, to clone tip.
Tbeae lots are within one-ball block of
electri 1 car line and within fifteen min
utes' ride of business center. Your choice
for $300, on easy terms. No part of the
city Is growing faster tban in this di
rection. Inquire at 12J s. Uroadway. 11.
tl
FOR SALE—THE OWNER HAS OR
dered sale of Angeleno Heights prop
erty at tbo following very low prices:
$250 to $5011 for lota on Douglass st
$250 to $500 lor lots on Edgewnre road.
$300 to $500 for lots on Kensington road.
$250 to $400 for lots on Elyaian Park aye.
$250 for lots on Everett place.
$250 for lots on Lagima aye.
Look at this property or call at 100 .4.
Broadway and inspect map.
tf 8. K. LINDLEY.
FOR SALE-CHOICE LA ROE LOTS;
beautiful trees; on electric car 'line;
homes built on Installment plan if de
sired; special Inducements to next party
building. Sco NILES, Washington si.
and Ma,tle aye. 12-26
FOR IiALE..I"F'YOII HAVE ANYTHING
to buy, sell or exchange,you will rind,
tbat it pays to advertise in Tbe Herald
want columns. Tbe popularity of these
email advertisements and Tbe Herald's
large and rapidly increasing circulation
insure results.
FWb'ALE-80 LOTS SOLD, 20 HOUSES
built, few beautiful lots left witb
shade trees: $250 op, 7 monthly pay
ments. E. Eighth and Mateo sts., on car
line; city water. HISCOCK, owner, 213
W. First st.
THE HASSQM HOME BULGING CO.,
ortioe 227 W. Second St., tel. 540. will
furnisb plans free and build you a bouse
on installments it yon will furnish a lot.
. 12-12
FOR SALE—A FEW MORE OK THO4B
lovely building lots for homee on E.
Ninth st., in Hisoock A Smith's seoond
addition ; prices, $300 to $350; $10 down,
$10 per month. Apply 011 tract or to C.
A. SMITH, 213 W. First at. tl
FOR BALK—LOT 48 FEB! dif UPPER
Main to New High at, in block 31
Ord's survey; want to sell part cash, part
time, or will lease for a term of years.
Address J. W. BLOOMFIELD, Paducah,
Ky. 6 17 tuea tf
FOB SALE —AT A BARGAIN - FOR
eaah. one uf tbe nnest lota in the
Urmaton tract, on Clinton aye.; slightly
improved; 1-room boose, etc. Address
OWNER, P. O. bog 565, city. 12 !>
FOR SALE—A FINE CORNER FOR
Data; close to business center In
nioe pait of city; only $3000. FORRES
TER & WILLIAMS, 315 8. Broadway.
, ,
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH. ,
BABBETT A SMITH. Pomona, Cal.
Country Property
FOR SALE OR LEASE AT GARDEN A •
17 aorea, improved;. 3 acres berries, 8
acres assorted fruit tress, 5 seres fine
garden land; plenty oi water; opposite
publio tcbool bouse; few minutes' walk to
railroad station. Address owner.
E. M. PARKER,
" 8 P. O. box 557, city.
FOR SALE—WE HAVE SOME OF THE
finest orange, walnut and lemon or
chards in tbe county that we can sell
cheap; we also bave 10 acres in full bear
ing oranges on Magnolia avenue, River
side, with modern 7-room bouse, ail for
$4760. WILDE A STRONG.22B W. Fourth,
Chamber Com. bldg. tf
for balk — beautiful sTnta
Cla-a valley. 70 aores in tine cnltive
tion. ample water, 2' 3 miles from Fil
more; lovely homes sur.onnding, magni
ficent view, only 40 miles from Los An
geles, $00 per ncre; seeing $300 to $500 in
vicinity. WISEMAN'S LAND BUREAU,
221 W. First st. 0
FOR SALE—RANCHES. ~
$4500—40 acres cboioe land south of city.
$5000—40 acres choice land south of city.
$3200—10 acres near Veiuon at. car line-
ALLISON BARLOW,
at 123 8. Uroadway.
FOR SALE—IO ACRE ORANGE RANCH
at Duarte, tbe blue ribbon orange
aeotion; 10 shares of stock in the best
water company in Southern California.
Apply to A. STEVENS UALSTEAD, [
room 117 Bryson blk.
FOR SALE-CHEAP LANDS — iiuili
hank. Lankershim and El Monte.
Damp and Irrigated lands; also fruit
lands, orchards from 5 to 10 acres in
bearing. GANO HENRY', office Natick
. bouae. 12-10
FOR SALE—SU ACRES AT COLE~
grove Crossing; fenced; line 5-room
oottage; barn, chicken bouae and corral;
Los Angeles and Santa Monica electric
line pasaes."ou feet from door; prico 72700.
Call at ottioe THE HASSON HOME
BUILDING CO., 227 W. Second st. tf
FOR SALE — ALFALFA - LANDS 4
miles of city in parcels to suit pur
chaser. . Terms to suit. E. E. PARSONS,
room 1, No. 320 W. First st. tf
FOR BALE-80 ACRES ALL LEVEL
good land near Rurbank, adjoining
tine orchards, $1500. JOHNSON & IRIS.
LAND, 21(i W. Firat St. 8
FOR" R ENT -AN A LFALF'A RANCH
near Lancaster: good opportunity. A.
J. McPhail, Lancaster.jCaL 5
____*fiSTVI URANTS
WOMAN'S
8. Uroadway; borne cooking:
remember tbe Thanksgiving dinner ,
Thursday: tbis is tbe most unique limcn 1
parlors in tbe city. 12-27 1
WATCHMAKER
THE FLACETO'HAVe'YOUit'wATCH
repaired—You get a guarantee worth
something. W. J. OETZ, 336 S. Broad- '
way. 12-15
BARB^S~^
THE BLOOMER"baRBE'r"sHOP; SEE
tbe lady barber, coi. Spring and Sev
enth sts. 11-31
STEAM CARPET CLEANINO, SEWING } -
and laying. JOHN' H. RICHARDS, :
120 N. Spring; tel. 1343. 8 9-tf
ofTcE IS HERE6Y~GIVEN THAT"THE I
undersigned, s. I. Laaater. will at his 1
blacksmith shop, at Prospect Park, in the 1
county of Loa Angeles, state of California, on 1
Monday, tbe l«th day of December, 1805, at 1
the hour ot It m , o'clock of said day, cause to 1
be sold at public auction to the blgheatand 1
beat bidder (or eaah. one certain buggy. The (
said aale Is made for the purpose of satisfying 1
a claim for repairs of the said buggy and for 1
coata of aale. t
Dated this 20th day of November, 1895. '
11-30 lot 8. P. 1 ABATER.
-LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MOBNTXG. DECEMBER 8, 189 S.
LOS ANGELES'
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ATTORNEVfS-ATXw
W. H. SHIMN, 205-208 Wiiioa Dili., Spring it.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS
&=l=£ N .*.. K,RCH ' s,!:R ' 130 N - Main at.
JOBKFH JAEGiiR, »52 a Main, bet 2d and 34,
BICVCLPS
••KEATING," Hawley, King A Co., 310 N. Main
„_ Bit ASS WORKS
PAC, BRASS&NOVELTY W'Kli.Up. Main cor.
Alpine.
BOOTS AND SHOES
H. U BLANSY, 352 H. Spring st
CROCKERY
TAC. CROCKET,Y A TIN CO., 238 N. L. A. st
CAST-OFH CLOTHING
8. OBEErtG I UT, buy and sell, 107 Commercial
M. LEVY pays highest pries* 131 X Flrai at.
CARRIAGE WORKS
THE TABOR CAR'OE WORKS, 137 W. Fifth at.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS, IRRIGATION
OKAY BROS. A WARD, 125 N. B'way. Tel. 23ft
DRUOQISTS-W HOLES ALE
F. W.BR AUN As CO. ,405-107 N. Main; tel. 054.
DENTISTS
L. D. BWARTOUT, SI IW. Firat. Tel. 1658.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LCDWIG & WAOKKK, Molt Market. Tel. 550.
GROCERS —WHOLESALE
BAAS, BARUCU A CO., 320 to 820 N. 1.. A. at.
HORSE SHOERS
J. GOODWIN A Spooner, 825 a lx>i Angelet it.
HOTEL BROKERS
ASSOCIATED HOTEL IN VESTMENT BUREAU.
102 S. Broadway: buy, sell and lease.
HOTELS
ABBOTSFORU INN, ror tsth A Hope. Tel. 1175
HARNESS MANUFACTURER
OTTO RUF, 323 s. Main, New Turnvercln halL
LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE REP'TS
STANDARD COLLECTION A MERCANTILE
CO, (me i » 00.000. 211-212 Stimaoit. A. C.
Broderaon, alt' r.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL . 118 Court at
LIVERY STABLES
CALIFORNIA STAHLES. 373 N. statu at Tel. 48
MANTELS, TILES AND HARDWOOD LUiTBBR
MENBY t O HUM A N\, 514g. bprlngat. Tel. 701
PHYSICIAN
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl'dg, Itm. 210. Tek 73.
PHOTOGRAPH -LANDSCAPE
W. H. MAUDE A CO. 211 W. First at
RESTAURANT
COSMOPOLITAN, 210-2/1 W. Second at.
REAL ESTATE
NORTON A KENNEDY, 134 S Brdwy | tel ««!
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. F. MORENO, 220 Allsoat.
SEWING riACHINE RBPAIRINfI
M. V. BILLINGS, 424' i 8. Spring at Tel. 1345
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
CHAS. W. ADAMS, 3JB Ni Main. Tel. 1347.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
COUNBTABLE A COUTTo. 180 N. Los Angelea
STORAGE
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE. SOI and 808 E. First
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALfIERS
BOOTH & ROW. 250 8. Mala at. Tel. 1340.
UPHOLSTERINO ANDCARPBTCLEANING
JAMES F. ALLEN, 513 South Spring atreet.
WATCHfIAKER ~ND OPTICIAN
O. STOESAK, 511 S. Spring st. bee sth and (JO
WINES AND SPIRITS
C F. A. LAST, 129 and 131 Nl Main at,
WINES, LIQUORS ANU CIGARS
E. FLEUR, 404-400 N. L A. at. Tel 324.
YARN HOUSES
NEW YQRK BAZAAR, 148 North Sprlsg at
■ — — — -i— m
6rider & D<w's
RL ANTON
-ctract"
JTtHIS TRACT is within
HfllHll ■* »« n minutes walk of the
■■•HJI poators.ee. OT l«r«e lota front
. tog Petirteeitth and San Fedro
111 streets-, two Electric roads;
IV graded and groveled atreets;
wide cement walks: shade
Dnfllf trees planted: special Induce-
DullU menta to those-wbo Will build
at once. . Lots $550 and up, on
a easy terms. Free carriage to
the tract. Telephone no?.
n nmp GRIDER&DQW.
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Proposals tor Supplies for the Whlttler
State School
IN PURSUANCE OF THE ACTION OF TIIE
Board of Trus ees of the Whittler State
School, scaled proposals will te received by
the superintendent of said school, at tils iitTlcc,
In Vt Littler, Los Angeles county, California,
up to 12 o'clock m., Tuesday, December 17tb.
1895, lo- furnishing tho following supplies 10
said school lor the year 130H; said supplies to
be of California manufacture or production
where price and quality arc equal, snd lo con
slat of:
1. Coffee, tea syrup, rice, etc.
2. ' aimed goods.
3. Groceries :
4. Ruber, eggs, cheese, ycest.
5. Flour, meal, barley, bran, middlings, etc.
t». Beans, potatoes, vegetables, ofc,
7. Beef, mutton aud ,ork,
8. l ard, tallow, ham, bacon, etc
0. Benzine, gaaoline, coal oil.
10. Crude oil, wood, coal, etc.'
11. Flannel, casalmere and blankets,
12. Crockery and rlasaware.
13. Leather and shoe findings.
14. Brooms and brushes.
15. Caps,,hats, suspenders end rubber cloth
ing ' J
10. Furniture and mattreatea.
17. he.
18. 11 rugs.
111. Stationery.
All parties or fltms desiring to bid will ad
drera. Superintendent of ihe Whlttler State
School, Whlttler, Cal,, for terms, aneciflcalioiis
and blank forms.
In order to preserve uniformity and to facil
itate the award, It haa been resolved 10 reoeive
no bids unless made upon blank forma fur
nished by the superintendent.
The number of class hid for should be plainly
marked ou outside 01 ciiTelopecontaining bid.
ANDREW MULLEN,
President
W. C. PATTERSON,
AOI.N'A MITCHELL,
12-17 Trustees,
PROPOSALS FOR FORAGE ANT) STRAW AT
FORT HUACHUCA.-Offleeof Chief Qtiar
terinaster, Denver, Colo.. Iloccmber 2, IH«S.
Scaled proposals in triplicate will be received
h-re and at office uf Post Ouartermaater until
II o'clock a. 111.. 120 th meridian time, January
3, 181)0, and then opened, for furnishing nt
Fort Huachuca, A. T., during fiscal year end
ing June 30,18HH. 100,000 lbs. Barley, nO.OOO
lbs. Corn, 100,000 lba Hay and 70.00.1 Iha Hay
or Straw for bedding. Proposals for quantities
less than the wbole required, or for delivery
at potnta other than those named, will be en
tertained. Contract." and bonds must be exe
cuted within twenty days after notice ot ac
ceptance. The right la reegrved to reject any
or all proposals or any part thereof. ' Ii forma
tion furnished on application here or at office
of post quartermaster. Envelopes to be
marked, "Propcaa a lor Forage." E. B. AT
WOOD, Major, chUfQ. M.
Dec. 2-3 4-0 Jan. 1-2-00 '
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ay No family can afford to te without thin
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ADRIENNE TELLS HER STORY
Tbe Trial of tbe Rangot Rape
Case Commenced
THE VICTIM ADMITS HER RUIN
She ii Corroborated by the Servant,
Miss Le Pare
Supreme Court Opinions Received for Piling.
The Oread Jury to be Examined Today.
Ueneral Court Notes
Tbc case of tbe people rs. Edward
Hangnt, charged witb rape on the person
of Adriennee Pavltdei, aged M years,
was called in Judge Shaw's court yester
day. A motion was made by tbe defense
for a continuance,but tbis was overruled,
and the work ol empaneling the jury was
proceeded witb. Th* defendant was on
hand, looking even more effeminate than
usual, with the jail pallor on hie face,
but tbe prosecuting witness was tho pic
ture of health, aa she sat ny her father,
Or. 1). I'avlidns. the Greek vice-consul.
The jury was finally completed between
'2 and 3 oclock, when the fallowing were
selected to try the case: J. X.Cute, A. B.
Caldwell, E. 11. Dalton, K. N. Munson,
H. Schwannccke, W. P.. Steele, P. P.
Prey, J. N. Harmon. A. L. Barneit, 0.
11. Gardner, 0. W. Manqum and K. H.
Hill.
Adrienne Pavlides, tbe prosecuting wit
ness, then took the stand. She testified
to Rangot coming to ber room in ber
father's nouse on Flower street, where ua
occupied the same room with her on two
occasions. Miss Pavlides testified to tne
servant girl, Miss Le Page, leaving the
door open, so that Rangot could get m.
Sbe also testified to her subsequent flight
witb Rangot and Misa Le Page to Ven
tura and Santa Barbara,and admitted that
she had occupied the same apartment with
Hung tat Ibe Arcade hotel. Mi«s Pav
lides testified tbat sbe was born in
France in October, 1881, and was under
tbe age of consent at the time tbe act
was accomplished. .
Miss Le Page corroborated the testi
mony of Miss Pavlides in all essential
particulars, after wbicb Dr. Pavlides tes
tified to his daughter's age.
Tbe trial will be resumed before Judge
Shaw tbla mor.ilng.
Supreme Court Opinions
. Two supreme court opinions wets re
ceived st the office of the clerk In this
city yesterday for til ing.
The first was tbat of A. P. Yearsley,
plaintiff and appellant, vs. tbe Sunset
Telxpnone and Telegraph company, de
fendant and respondent. The Opinion is
written by Justice I arjutte, concurred in
by Justice Harrison and Van Fleet, and
struma the judgment and order of the
lower court. Plaintiff brought an aotlon
aeinst tbe defendant to recover damages
for personal injuries reoeivea while in its
employ. He was non-suited, moved for
a' new trial, and now appeals from tbe
judgment and also from the order deny
ing his action. Plaintiff was a lineman
of defendant telephone company, and us
such was ordered to string a line uf wire
npon oetrain telephone poles. A pepper
tree, situated upon private land and be
tween two of tbe poles, was to some ex
tent an obstruot>on in stringing the wire.
Tberepnon'plaintiff climbed the tree, end
while engaged in arranging the wire, the
limb on which be was standing gsve way
and he was precipitated to the ground,
with serious injury to himself. Tbe
court say: "The judgment of non-suit
was properly granted, as we fail to dis
cover by the record any negligence on the
part ill defendant. Appellant's argu
ment goes to Ibe extent that defendant
was guilty of negligence in furnishing de
fective appliance for the stringing of the
wire.'. Hut it cannot be claimed that the
Sep per tree was an appliance furnishej
y defendant. It therefore helonged to a
stanger and waa on private property.
Even conceding it was an appliance, and
a defective one, it was one of plaintiff's
own choosing, and be must hear tbe
burden resulting from a bad exeiciso of
judgment ou bis part. . . . He stands
In the same position as though ho hnd
cnosen for his use a frail plana or a rick
ety ladder, rather than a pepper tree."
The second opinion is tbat in the case of
Wro. A. Witte.plaintift and appellant, vs.
R. B. Taylor, defendant and respondent.
The opinion is written by Justice Oa
routte, concurred in by Justices Harrison
and Vun Fleet, and affirms the judgment
of the lowsr court. This is an action tv
recover commissions for the sale of cer
tain real estute. A general demurrer wss
sustained to the complaint, and plaintiff
appeals from the judgment rendered
therein. Tbe action ia based upon a
clanse in a written contiact entered into
between plaintiff and defendant,in which
it is set forth tuat il is fnrtber under
stood and agreed that wben said Taylor
can secure from Pier. James of Anaheim
a deed conveying tv said Taylor tbe un
ci vided one-half interest in said ranch
vow owned by said Plez James, in said
Nevada ranch, then said Taylor will pay
said Witte the sum of $2000 us commis
sion on said purchase and sale from suid
James; and said Taylor agrees that he
will purchase said lots in East Riverside
and Hastings from said Witte for the
sum of if lnon. tbe said purubase from the
said James to be at terms satisfactory to
said Taylor, and the said sums of $2000
as commission snd $1000 for lots to be due
and payable «» any time after six months
from date und delivery of deed from said
Pier, James for said one-half interest iv
said ranch to said Taylor" The com
plaint sst fonh the contract and alleges
; that plaintiff used bis best effort to effect
the sale. He only succeeded in obtain
ing from James an offer to sell said un
divided half of tbe ranch to defendant,
but defendant refused lo purchase, and
thereafter bongbtan undivided one-third
from James upon terms satisfactory to
himself. The complaint prays for judg
ment for the sum of $1313.33, that sum
being a proportionate amount of the
agreed compensation of $2000. Tfae'court
tay that the complaint fails to state a
cause for nction; that it proceeds on the
theory that tbe contract is separable; this
is not provided for in the contract, and
tbo court holds that it must stand or tall
as a whole.
The United States Courts
In tbe United States district court yes
today Jjdge Wellborn bandeJ down tour
decisions. In tbe ease ot the United
States against Wong Uong and Wong
Fong, Judge Wellborn held that tbey
were Chinese laborers illegally in the
United States, and tbey were remanded
to tbe custody of the United States mar- j
shal for deportation to China. In thu '
rase uf Cbung See, tbe Chinese woman
refused admittance at San Francisco, but
wuo afterward went tt Fcrtlaud, Ore.,
wbere sbe passed. Judge Wellborn re
versed tbe order and judgment of the
commission, and tbe defendant wns dis
charged. Tbe woman swore that she was j
married to a Chinese merchant, and ti nt
she had given birth to a chilu, a boy.
Tbe husband took the stand and swore
tbat it was a boy. There waa every itdi
cation of perjured testimony, and the i
United States commissioner held the wo
man for deportation. The decision wa.
reversed, and as stated, tho woman was
held to he tbo wite of kite beatuen. und
discharged.
In the caso of John Bradley ct al.. li
beJlanta, vs. the barkeatlne J.M. Griffith,
a case in wbieh seamen sued fur wages,
Judge Wellborn gave judgment for tho
libellanta, ami the seamen will collect the
amount claimed by them.
A. C. Herman, charged witb cutting
timber on government hind, was before
Judge Wellborn yesterday. His bail was
tixed at $i">o, which was rjiven, and the
defendant was released from custody.
Both toe United States circuit anil dis
trict courts meet this morning, when sev
eral malt era are to come up fur adjudica
tion.
The Orand Jury
The members of tho grand jury will ap
pear before Judge Smith tbis morning to
answer to their qualilications to sii on
the inquisition and to demonstrate
whether tbey are up to the legal require
ments as set forth in tbe code. A decid
edly Interesting session is anticipated, as
it Is claimed that the attorneys in inter
est have prepared themselves tv show that
the grand jury, ns at present constltOted,
is an illegal bod v. It is claimed that A.
11. Joluisun of Monrovia and J. .1. Mor
ton of Comptoti are not on tbe assessment
roll. It Is also alleged that tnere are at
least tnree aliens on the jury. Alto
gether the outlonir. for the inquisitors is
hot a pleasant one, and every one may
prepare bimsolf for a searching investi
gation.
Dlvorcs Buslnesi
Judge McKinley yesterday gave Mrs.
Kill Snowden a decree divorcing ber
from her husband, Robert Snowden, on
the ground of desertion. Robert left
home and nover returned, not even tak
ing tbe trouble to notify his better half
tbat ho never intended to return.
Mrs. Mary Anna Pittroff baa brought
suit for divorce against her husoanl,
John William Pittroff, on the grounds of
extreme cruelty, the said l'itroff having
at various times threatened her with
greet bodily violence, even going so far
as to threaten her hie. Mrs. Pitroff fur
ther alleges that her husband has fre
quently administered bodily chastise
ment, going so far as to Kick and bruise
ber in an unmerciful manner.
Judgment for Defendant
In the case of H. G. Mason vs. A. Sar
chow et 01.. Judge York yesterday gave
judgment for tbe defendants. This was
a suit for damages. A wuter closet in
tbe building clogged up and overflowed,
and the water runniifj down on the lioor
below damaeed a loflof church stnti.nrv,
etc., in a Catholic: book store below.
Judge York held that this was not on
account of the negligence of the landlord
and judgment was rendered acordingly.
The Vanderkarr Examination
The examination of Dick Vanderkarr,
on a charge of subjrmtion of perjury, in
connection! Witb the Mace Mayes trial,
was continued beforo Township Justice
Young yesterday. Tho youth Lawn and
ono other wimesa were examined, when
tbe case went over until today.
Contempt Proceedings Dismissed
Joe Chambers was again before Judge
Shaw yesterday to show cause why he
sbould not be punisbel for contempt in
refusing to pay alimony to his divorced
wif •at directedjby the court. Chambers
claims that be is without means and is
unable to obey the mandate ot the court.
After a presentment nf the case the con
tempt proceedings were dismissed.
General Court Notes
Washington Taylor and Anina Taylor,
his mfc, have brouiht suit against H. A.
Van I'ossnet al. to quiet title to lot 6, In
block, subdivision of lot 8. in block 39,
Hancock's survey of donation lots.
I Mrs. Isaac C. Bnrt haia sued the Atlas
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I THE WORLD IS GOING OFF |
>jv "The world is going off," 'tis said <&>
S/ Tbis truth is in the Herald read, - • /\
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Of solid facts nnd timely hints. ffrjr '&%3S^
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y( E'er issued in the booming west s\
Now gives to each subscriber new ''X
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Conveying one nioe piece of ground
In valley fair as can be found j
s '\ * ' own I°' ' n a P* loB that's growing,
/jS / & ,n<l where more people soon are going, >jv
y^^r^lo^ i '.y Z\ \ D *' T alley known as Antelope
" I 1 Wi " 3 u, " fv Y our brightest hope,
A> J5 j IJ Is one where enterprise and skill
iVt'\\ % ' 1 8n every i" B ' requirement fill.
\v\ Where honest, persevering toil,
W \Lj - Applied upon the fertile soil, <^
<& \i S Yields products which all men desire, ysL
V And wniob our markets will require. 3c j
Where water from the wells does flow,
Where grains an i fruits and flowers grow, .^r^eff^fm\
f Where purest air and sunshine give <e»
To young and old a chance to live; wB I Ift P.
Where home is home, and life a joy _wS mP ■rt
To man and woman, girl and boy:
s.. Where Nature did rich treasures place /V
And leave tbem for tbo human race. 1 f IlnV'j'
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xgL Kequrea each one to dse the earth, /£v
▼ Since from that source all wealth mutt
V — For palace grand and humble homo;
~ So each should own some chosen spot,
_ v»» 1' '" a 110 more than one good lot,
X Witn healthful climate, water pure, <^ >
W .(7. | /(P nd >o j| f rom Tvhioh good crops are sure.
. Lancaster is the place, you've learned,
a en* * " To which the eyes of all are turned, X'
X? For thar " the Herald ' s land is f onnd,
< 3^te^sSS = fZZ~~" A n ' ce * nd ' e7e ' slice ot ground; <£>
Each lot in length, one hundred feet, x?C
<st ~ -**^ sa " <JJ>
f lnside tbe town with buildings neat,
And good hotels, where every guest /fc
Gets wholesome food and perfect rest, WKSi A /\
And yet there's room for hundreds more P^SSi
Who never in tbeir lives before fW''(/S' <*>
Had such an offer as they can
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/\ 'I'° "Angel '"own," an<l "l-'risco," too,
Makes tran»..iottation either way
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W Thoie Herald town lots at Lancaster. ' il
Insaarnce company of London lo recover
11011 alleged to be due on an insurance;
policy on a house on Bonsnilo avenno,
between Washignton and Twenty-first
stroete, which was destroyed by lire.
Yesterrlay was law and "lotion day in
most of the dpnrtmente, and a considera
ble amount of pro forma buiincss waa
disposed of.
Before .1 ndge Shaw yesterriav, In the
case of Kloeokner vs. "his creditors, the
linal account of the assignee was present
ed, and the preferred claims were ordered
paid, etc.
In the case of Diok Woods, charged
with mayhem, .Indite Smitli veaterday
overuled the demurrer and Set the trial
for December 23d, at 10 a.m.
The examinaton of Charles Eaton,
charged with obtaining money under
false pretenses, was yesterday contnueel
by Township Justice Young until t amor
row. It is reported tbat Walsh, the com.
plaining witness, lias left tbe city. At
leasi he cannot oe found by tbe officers.
The case of tbe First National bank ye.
A. E. Maxwell ot al., to sot aside a true*
deed, was still on trial before Judge Van
Dyke yesterday.
In the case of the State Loan and Trust
company vs. J. A. McQuaid.suit for fore
closure, Jndge Van Dyne yesterday gave
judgment for tbo plaintiff for $1000 and
interest, as prayed for.
The lime in judge Clark's department
yesterday was almost entirely taken tip
with argument ou the motion for a new
trial in tho caso ot Taggart vs. Bosch.
Geogre X. Devoy waa examined as to
his metal condition yesterday afternoon
baiore Judge McKinley. As bis insanity
was not established, no was committed te)
tbe enmity jail for a day ur two to ..wait
developments.
The case of Catherine E. Smith,charged
with performing a criminal operation on
Ada Falkner of Santa Ana, which was to
have been tried in Judge Smith's court
yesterday, was continued until today.
The prosecuting witness is In a very pre
carious condition, and it has not yet
been decided what will bo done.
HELD THEM AT BAY
A Crazy nan With a Shotgun Stands Off the
Police
George N. Dewey, tbe well-known pho«
toerepbpr, is in the county jail as insane.
He was attacked early yesterday morn*
ing a i his home on tho corner of Twenty
first street and Maple avenue, ami waa
arrested ahout no nn by Offiecrs Blaokburn
and Benedict Had not considerable dis
cretion been displayed there might have
! been a tragedy before he could have been
I got under control.
It appears that Dewey bad obtained
possession of a revolver, which he flour
ished around in a most reckless fssninn,
but his wife succeeded in getting the
weapon away from him and then sent
foi the police. In the meantime, unbe
known to nor, he bad gone out to tbo
stable and taken a double-barreled shot
gun into the house, and then loaded tbis
more formidable weapon. He locked
himself in his room, and when the offi
cers arrived refused to open tne door.
The men distinctly heard him cock both
hummers of the gun as tbey stood unde
cided in the hallway. Sergeant Jeffries
suggested breaking down the obstruction
and removing him by main force, but,
finally, on the suggestion of Mrs. Ucwey.
the officers retired, while she ast to work
endeavoring to calm her husbanu and to
persuade him to band over the gun. Sev-
I eral officers mounted guard on tne outside
■ol the bouse, and then, übout noon>,
went inside and took the man to tbe po
lice btation, from wbere be was trans
ferred to the county jail. Mr Dewey bad
been recently released from tbe insane
asylum, and ibis attack is a great shock
to bis family aud friends.
The Way to reach catarrh is through the
blood. Hood's Sarsaparllla. by purifying tbe
! blood, removes the cause of tbe disease and
I permanently cures catarrh, 'lake only Hood's.
I •
j Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
effectively, o.i the liver and bowels, libe
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