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TRIAL OF ZOLA
An Inexhaustible Mine of
Sensations
PELLIEUX MAKES PROMISES
THAT THE PUBLIC SHALL HAVE
THE WHOLE TRUTH
A Second Mysterious Document Al
leged to Be Absolute Front ot
Dreyfus' Guilt
Associated Press Special Wire
PARIS, Feb. 17.—The usual crowds as
sembled at tho assizes court today, the
tenth of the trial of Emlle Zola and M.
Perrleux. M. Clemenceau, counsel for the
author, asked Uie court to order tbe min
istry of war to produce tha original
bordereau which figured ln the Dreyfus
case, but the presiding Judge replied that
it was Impossible.
Counsel for the defense then examined M
Morlaud, the stenographer and the latter
confirmed the statements that Major Es
terhazy was the writer of the bordereau.
The witness added that Major Esterhazy
also wrote the word "uhlan" ln the letter
addressed to Mme. Boulancey. Experts
Couard and Varlnad declined to exprese
an opinion on the letter.
Prof. Glry of the record office affirmed
that the writings of Major Esterhazy and
of the bordereau bore a striking resem-
olance.
During the course of the proceedings
General Pellleux Intervened. He said: "If
you Insist upon the whole truth, you shall
have It." Continuing the general declared
that a long time after the condemnation
of Dreyfus the minister of war acquired
new proof, previously unknown, of his
guilt.
This proof, the general added, was ln a
note reading: "Never say you have had
any relations with this Jew."
General Pellleux called General Bolsdef
fre aS a witness of the above statement,
but Bolsdeffre was not present, and tne
court adjourned.
The revelation made by General Pellleux
caused the greatest sensation among the
military men, who expressed regret at the
fact that the general should be forced by
attacks on the army to reveal matter
which should be kept secret.
General Gonze was then called. He af
firmed that technical details precluded the
possibility of any one but an artillery of
ficer having written the bordeaeau.
Colonel Plcquart then announced that ho
was willing to make a statement without
closed doors and the court took a short
adjournment to consider tho matter.
When the session was resumed General
Pellleux rose and ln an unexpectedly loud
voice said: "I ask to be allowed to speak."
His manner caused excitement ln court.
and It Increased as the general, advancing
steadily to the witness stand, said: "We
have acted legally, but as the defense has
not cited certain essential matters, I will
repeat In tho words of Colonel Henry:
"You nsk for light; then you shall have
Continuing, General Pellleux said:
"At tho time M. Castelin interpellated
the government the minister of war had
received absolute proof of the guilt of
Dreyfus. This proof, which I have seen,
ls in the form of a note In which are the
words: 'Never say you have had relations
with this Jew.'
"This was not signed and was aeom
panled by n visiting card on which was the
same cipher word as on the document.
General Bolsdoffre can corroborate what
I have said." (Applause.)
"This Is an absolutely new feature
thrown Into the caso." said M. Laborle.
"You have read the report of M. d'Ore
chesvlllo," replied General relllcux. "al
though It was read behind closed doors."
To this remark M. Laborle retorted:
"This document cannot be considered re
liablo evidence until It has been fully ex
amined. The condemnation of Dreyfus
was brought about by a secret document
and It now appears that a second document
exists. Why should it not be discussed?
The excitement ln the court Is Increasing
dally. It 1b our duty to Insist on the fullest
light, and whatever may be said, a revis
ion of the trial has now become absolutely
Imperative. (Murmurs and applause.)
"Let this document bo shown us," con
tinued M. Zola's counsel, "and If Dreyfus
is guilty wo will admit the fact and we will
all return to our avocations of peace or
war, which, mon generale, we need not
fear with such officers as you." (Applause.)
Continuing, M Laborle said: "Let Gen
eral Pellleux, therefore, explain himself
unreservedly and let tho document be
brought."
"I absolully approve of the words of
General Pellleux," said General Gonze,"
but 1 do not think the document In question
can bo brought here."
At this stage of the case General Pellleux
Interposed, saying: "Mention has been
made of a secret document introduced at
the coortmnrtial. but no proof has been
adduced. I ask that General Bolsdeffre
be heard."
A captain was then dispatched to fetch
General Bolsdeffre and In the meanwhile
the presiding judge called upon Major Es
terhazy to testify, but M. Laborle Inter
vened. He said:. "Oh, no, not until Gen
eral Bolsdeffre can be heard. The Incident
Is too grave for the caso to proceed until
it ls completely cleared up."
Major Esterhazy, who was about to en
ter the witness stand, his face deadly pale,
thereupon withdrew and the court sus
pended the session In order to allow M.
Laborle to draw up certain arguments.
In the meantime the excitement in
creased. The Incident was discussed ln a
frenzied manner and the general opinion
expressed was that the trial had taken a
sensational and grave turn. When the
court was again called to order General
Bolsdeffre had not arrived and so the
court was adjourned until tomorrow.
THE PROBABLE RESULT
NEW YORK. Feb. 18.-A dispatch to the
World from Parla says: Yxes Guyot, for
merly minister of Justice and the chief pub
licist on the aide of Dreyfus, Bays:
"There ts a good prospect of Zola's ac
quittal, If a majority of the jury Is not
terrorized by the crowd. According to
French law, if six be for and six be
agnlnst, acquittal follows.
"So far, there li no good Indication of
the Jury'e bent, because, under the French
law, If a Jury exhibits such prematurely,
the verdict Is annulled. This ls the dilem
ma now evident ln the affair of Dreyfus.
Either Dreyfus has been condemned on the
bordereau note written by him or con
demned on a secret document, in which
case the court martlal's verdict 1b null."
M. Laborle, Zola's counsel, who was seen
after court adjourned, said: "Two things
are now clearly established. One !b that
the good moral Character of Dreyfus has
been proved. The other le the negative
fact that Dreyfus did not write the bor
dereau, and the positive fact that Ester
hasy did. A revision ls probable, but if the
court de cassation quashes the original
court martial finding It Is enough, and
Dreyfus must be set at liberty."
Suffrage Resolutions
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.-The National
Woman's Suffrage association considered
the report of the committee on resolutions
of which Ida Harper of California is chair
man. The resolutions, which were adopt
ed, demund for women citizens equality
with man In the exercise of the elective
franchise and for a sixteenth amendment
lo the constitution to bring; this about;
demand for mothers equal custody and
control oi their minor children, and for
wives and widows an equal inheritance of
property, and ask for woman representa
tion on boards of education, public schools,
etc.
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Sailors Rescued
SYDNEY, N. S. W;, Fab. 17.-The tug
Leveret h . at ' _d here and reports hay
castle, N. S. w., to Ban Diego. The Ala
cams had been abandoned at sea. Twelve
of her crew who left the vessel in boats
are missing.
The rescued men were picked up forty
miles off the coast. They had been eight
days without food or water. A steamer
nun been sent to search for those who loft
ln boats.
ON THE TURF
Besults of Races Bun on the Oakland
Track
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 17.—Weather at
Oakland flne; track fast. Results:
Five and a half furlongs, selling—Dlggs
won, Elsmore second, Plumerla third;
time, l:osft.
Mile, sailing—Morlnet won, Duke of York
11. second; Bonlto third; time, 1:41%.
Four furlongs—El Mldo won, The Miller
second, Amoltopec third; time, :19ft. i
Mile and an eighth, selling—Collins won,
Rey del Tiorra second, Paul Pry third;
time, I:s4ft.
Seven furlongs—Senator Bland won,
Flashlight second, Lord Marmton third;
time, I:27ft.
Five and a half furlongs, selling—R. Q.
Ban won, Howard second, Don't Skip Me
third; time, I:o7ft.
Oakland Bacs Entries
The following are the entries and weights
for ther races to be run at Oakland track,
Oakland, today. Commissions received
and placed by the Los Angeles Turf club,
Black & Co., at Agricultural park. Take
Main street cars. Down town office ln rear
of No. 143 South Broadway. First quota
tions received at 1:30 oclock p. m.:
First race, seven-eighths of a mile, purse
—Dolore, 90; Koenigen, 90; Widow Jones,
90; Sutton, 90; Chappie, S2; Stlverstate, 93;
Harry Owynn, 95; Huntsman. 95; Sea
Spray, 95; Alvero, 95; Carter D., 100; Sar
don, 108: Ofleeta, 103.
Second race, thlrteen-slxteenths of a mile,
selling—Durwad, 88; Miss Ruth, 89; Charles
A., 91; Oallant, 91; February, 94; Amelia
Fonso, 97; Fanny S., 98; Dlggs (scratched).
99; Pat Murphy, 99; McFarlane, 99; Blue
Bell, 101; Walter J., 102; Schultze, 102; Ma
hogany, 103; Earl Cochrane, 103; Lorena
Second, 106; Robatr, 107; Pexotto, 111.
Third race, one-half tnile. selling, two
year-olds—Semicolon, 92; Clarando, 94;
Mohy. 94; San Augustine, 100; Bly, 103; Dun
praise, 106; E. Come. 106.
Fourth race, mile and one-sixteenth, sell
ing—Stentor. 88; Mrs. Shade. 92; Out Go, 93;
Oeorge Palmer, 94; Leon Daniel, 95; Adam
Andrew, 96; Rockefeller, 98; Jay Wheeler,
98: Dlablita, 98; Pollock, 101; Bonnie lone,
Foremost, 101; Peter Second, 102; Veragua,
103; Sylvester, 107.
Fifth race, eleven-sixteenths of a mile,
purse—Rose Maid, 100; Kummel, 100;
Hertha, 100; Kitty Blake, 100; Bonnie lone,
100; Baracon, 100; Ro/al Prise, 102; Moringa,
102; Ablna, 106; Foremella. 105; Ping, 105;
Kalserlne, 106; Soscal, 106; Flandes, 105;
Muldrew, 105: Chihuahua, 107; Rio Frio.
107; Prince Tyrant, 110.
Sixth race, seven-eighths of a mile, sell
ing—Olive, 93-95; Montallade, 95: Red Glenn,
95; Road Warmer, 96; Mamie Scott, 97; Re
fugee, 103; Treachery, 103: Kamsln, 103:
Zamar Second, 104; Myth, 104; Roche, 106;
Mainstay, 106; Parthemax, 107.
Clear and fast.
KNOCK-OUT DROPS FIENDS
Hosier Joins His Confederate—Both
Deny Quilt
J. 11. Mosier was brought back from San
Diego last night by Detective Goodman.
He was arrested there on a telegram from
this city stating that he was wanted here
for grand larceny. Mosier ls accused of
robbing Joseph C. Schmidt of $230 In a
Commercial street saloon, using knock
out drops to render his alleged victim un
conscious. He denies his guilt.
Guy Dawson was arraigned before Jus
tice Morrison yesterday on a charge of
grand larceny, consisting of the same
charge that will be preferred against
Mosier. He is said to have been one of
Mosler's confederates In the robbery of
Schmidt. He pleaded- not guilty, and his
examination will take place before that
Justice Saturday at 11 a. m. His bond was
fixed at $1600, and, being unable to find
sureties, he was remanded to Jail.
SHARP MISS MOORE
Saw the Burglars at Work and Fol-
lowed Them
Charles Mclntyre and George Waugh,
both well dressed young men, are In the
city jail on a charge of burglary. They
were arrested at 9 o'clock last night by
Detectives Goodman and Steele while try
ing to sell several articles of stolen cloth
ing. Mclntyre went to a lodging house
on Wilmington street kept by Mrs. Moore,
and, entering the room of Charles Too
good, took therefrom two coats and sev
eral other articles . Waugh ls said to have
waited on the outside for him. The two
were followed by a daughter of the land
lady, who saw them enter a second-hand
store and try to sell the goods. She called
the officers, and the arrest followed.
Stockmen's Troubles
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M, Feb. 17.—
Word has been received here of a killing
which took place at Kelly, N. M. II
started In a fight between some cattle
and sheep men who have had a feud of
several years' standing. Three men
were shot, Emillo Papa, Francisco Sals
and Joe James. The first is fatally and
the last two badly wounded. George
Rodes and Tom Maloney, parties doing
the shooting, made their escape, but are
closely pursued by officers.
Lost His Leg
Andreas Blanco, a section hand employed
by the Southern Paoiflc, was struck by an
engine near Spadra yesterday. The wheels
passed over one of his legs and crushed It
ln a terrible manner. He was brought to
this city and conveyed to the Sisters' hos
pital, where Dr. Alnsworth amputated the
injured member. The patient recovered
from the shock incident to the operation
and will recover.
A Prussian Mining Horror
BERCHAM, Prussia, Feb. 17.—A ter
rible explosion of fire-damp occurred in
the Vereinlgte Carolinenglueck colliery
at Hammerly this morning. Thirty-sev
en bodies have been recovered. In addi
tion many miners have been seriously
injured. It is believed that fifty persons
have perished.
Offended the Hannaites
OAKLAND, Feb. 17.—Major W. A.
Howe, who recently made a declaration
of his intention to expatriate himself on
account of the election of Senator Hanna
of Ohio, Is to be court-martialed by Lyon
Post, G. A. R.
Sperry Getting Well
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. H.-George B.
Sperry, who Was accidentally shot ln the
leg while on a hunting trip ln Marin coun
ty, is said to be In a fair way of recovery.
Dr. Me Marvtlle says that the conditions
are satisfactory and that there Is every
probability trat the Injured member will
be saved.
Letter's Wheat Deal
CHICAGO, Feb. 17.-The Times-Herald
says that Joseph Lelter disposed of about
5,000,000 bushels of May and July wheat in
the pit yesterday. The profits In this por
tion of his line, which ls believed to aggre
gate 20,000,000 bushels, cash and May, arc
estimated at 2600,000.
Tho number of communications by tele
phone ln this country annually Is 75,000,000;
telegraph messages, 67,000,000. There are
16,000,000 Incandescent '..."•its, 1,000,000 arc
lights, SOv.oOO electric motors, and 1000 elec
tric railways. About 2,500,000 people in this
Country aarn their Hvlnp through elec
trleity.
The latest use for glass Is instead of
gold as a material for stopping; decaying
teeth. It answers splendidly, and ls far
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1898
CAUSE SHOWN
For Hooker's Anxiety Over
San Pedro
THE SCHEME FAILED TO WORK
AND THE MATTEB WILL NOT BE
REOPENED
In Spite of Wild Rumors the Day In
Congress Was Quiet Even
to Dullness
Bpeclal to The Herald
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.-The real ob
ject of Chairman Hooker of the rivers and
harbors committee lh pressing the Barlow
resolution yesterday developed today .when
It was discovered that the resolution had
been so amended as to reopen the whole
San Pedro matter. But for Judge Ma
gulre's objection, It might have been
adopted. Barlow had a hearing be
fore the rivers and harbors com
mittee on the matter today, and
tomorrow, will ask unanimous consent to
withdraw his resolution, as tho Information
requested Is no longer necessary, as an
appropriation Is Included in the bill to
carry on work next year.
IN THE SENATE
Members Insist on Payment of Bail
road Indebtedness
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.—(8y the Asso
ciated Press.) After a spirited debate oc
cupying more than two hours, the senate
today, by a vote of 31 to 29, agreed to the
resolution of Mr. Turpie of Indiana, de
claring the senate's opposition to the con
firmation of the sale of the Kansas Pacific
railroad. After the disposition of the res
olution, the Corbett case was discussed
by Pettus of Alabama and Hoar of Massa
chusetts, an agreement having first been
reached to take a final vote upon the case
on Monday, February 28.
At the opening of the session the blind
chaplain delivered a touching Invocation
with rcfcronco to the awful disaster of the
Maine. The only refernece thus far made
to the disaster to the battleship Maine
was ln the form of the following resolution,
Introduced by Allen of Nebraska:
Resolved, That the committee on naval
affairs be directed to make an Immediate
and thorough Investigation Into the cause
of the disaster to the battleship Maine In
the harbor of Havana on the 15th Instant,
and report to the senate.
If the matter were taken up by the na
val affairs committee, Mr. Hale said, the
best the committee could do would be to
act through the navy department. He was
satisfied that as soon as the secretary of
the navy obtained definite Information con
cerning the explosion and its details, he
would communicate the facts to congress,
sent to the committee on naval affairs.
"We," said he, "who are not members of
the navnl affairs committee or of the for
eign relations committee cannot get In
formation from tho departments about
these things. We are shut out as com
pletely as If we were private citizens. I
think I ought to get my Information, and
I am deeply Interested In this matter,
through the committee on naval affairs of
this senate. I do not care to debate this
matter or to indulge ln any extended dis
cussion of It. What I want 1b actiou by
the committee that will give us Informa
tion."
Chandler of Now Hampshire objected to;
the resolution, and It went over until to
morrow.
Turple's resolution, declaring that the
sale of the Kansas Pacific ought not to be
confirmed unless the government received
not only the principal, but also the inter
est of its claim, was laid before the senate,
and Senator Thurston resumed his re
marks upon It. Ho pointed out that the
entire debt of the Union Pacific railway,
which Included the Kansas Pacific branch,
to the government was about $71,000,000.
The sale of the main and branch lines
would return to the government $66,000,000,
or 91 pef cent of the road's Indebtedness to
the United States, principal and Interest.
This, Thurston held, was a piece of good
financiering on the part of the president,
who, he said, was better Informed upon
the value of the road and all the details'
bearing upon that value than any other
official of the government, in congress or
out. He pointed out that if the sale of the
Kansas Pacific was not confirmed, the
president would have no other alternative
than to redeem the lirst mortgage bonds,
and thus, instead of having ln the treas
ury more than $6,000,000 as a result of the
sale, the government would have to invest
about $J,000,000 in cash to redeem the first
mortgage bonds, and then would have on
Its hands a property that was of so little
value as compared with what some sena
tors Imagined that not a single one of the
great railroads centering ln Kansas City
thought enough of it to venture a bid on
the sale yesterday. Thurston regarded
the settlement effected by the adminis
tration of the whole Pacific railroad .busi
ness as eminently satisfactory—a far bet
ter settlement, better by nearly $20,000,000
than that proposed to have been made by
the Cleveland administration. This busi
ness is in the hands of the president, and
the country may be well satisfied with the
discretion, the business sagacity, the
judgment and the statesmanship of Wil
liam McKinley.
Replying to Thurston, Harris of Kansas
read a telegram he had received last night
from Topeka, Kan, as follows:
"Government Hen sold here. Special mes
senger sent to St. Louis to have Sanborn
approve sale ln the morning."
Harris said he did not know what prac
tical effect the passage of the pending res
olution might have, but it was evident that
the purchasers were manifesting remark
able haste to secure the confirmation of
the sale.
Remarks in favor of the resolution were
made by Rawlins of Utah, and In opposi
tion by Gear of lowa. While Warren of
Wyoming was speaking the morning hour
expired, and the resolution, its privilege
having been lost, went to the calendar.
Mr. Gorman of Maryland suggested that
the Corßett case be voted upon Monday,
February 28th, at Bp. m. This was agreed
to. The Corbett case was temporarily laid
aside, and Mr. Turple moved to take up his
resolution relating to the Kansas sale.
The motion was agreed to—24 to 23.
The vote was then taken on Mr. Hale's
motion to refer the resolution to the com
mittee, the motion being lost—3l to 36. The
resolution was then adopted, 34 lo 29, the
detailed vote being as follows:
Teas—Allen, Baker, Bate, Berry, Cannon,
Chilton, Clay, Davis, Gorman, Harris,
Heltfeld, Jones of Arkansas, Kenny, Kyle,
Mallory, Mantle, Martin, Mills, Mitchell,
Money, Morgan, Nelson, Pascoe, Perkins,
Pettlgrew, Pettus, Rawlins, Roach, Teller,
Tillman, Turley, Turney, Turple, Vest—34.
Nays—Carter, Chandler, Clark. Deboe,
Elktns. Fairbanks, Foraker, Frye, Gal
llnger, Geary, Gray, Hanna, Hansbrough,
Lindsay, Lodge, Mcßrlde, McMillan, Ma
son, Morrill, Piatt of Connecticut, Proctor,
Quay. Sewell, Stewart, Thurston, Warren,
Wilson and Wolcott—29.
The resolution as agreed to was as fol
lows:
"Resolved, as the opinion of the Senate,
That the sale of the Kansas Pacific division
of the Union Pacific railroads, made today,
ought not to be confirmed, except upon the
terras that the original claim and interest
thereon, due the United Slates from the
said Kansas Pacific division of the Union
Pacific Railroad company, be paid In full."
The Corbett case was laid before tbe
senate, and Mr. Pettus of Alabama con
cluded his speech ln support ot the resolu
tion declaring Mr. Corbett not to be en
titled to bis seat.
Mr. Boar followed Mr. Pettus with an ex
tended legal and constitutional argument
in favor of (he seating of Mr, Corbett.
tlve session, and five minutes afterward ad
journed.
IN TBE HOUSE
The Maine Horror Distracts Interest
of Members
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.—Tho debate on
the bankruptcy bill dragged along listlessly
in the house today, interest In It being
overshadowed, as on yesterday, by the
Maine disaster. The speeches on the floor
attracted almost no attention, and were
delivered ln most instances to a handful cf
members.
The speakers today were:
In favor of the bill—Messrs. Moody, Re
publican, of Massachusetts; Alexander,
Republican, of New York; Broderlck, Re
publican, of Kansas; McCall, Republican,
of Massachusetts; Crumpacker, Republi
can, of Indiana, and Dolliver, Republican,
of lowa.
Against It—Messrs. Little, of Kentucky:
Smith, of Kentucky: Wilson, of South
Carolina; Maddox, of Georgia; Sparkman,
of Florida, Democrats.
In the course of the debate Mr. Maddox
took occasion to reply to a speech made by
Mr. Landls. Republican, of Indiana, last
week before the Middlesex club of Boston.
He denounced Mr. Landls' references to
the south and her people as slanders, and
said that a man who would Indulge ln such
misrepresentation at a public dinner was
unworthy of a place on the floor of the
house.
At 6:05 p. m. the house recessed until 11
a. m. tomorrow.
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' DENTISTS
. ADAMS BROS, DENTAL PARLOR 3.
, :W4 S.Sprlng at.; painless eztraotlng. 60c;
fillings; plates, from $4; all work guar
anteed; established 12 years. Hours. 8-5;
Sur.days, 10-12. Telephone, blr.ck 1275. tf
: FRANK STEVENS, && S. SPRING ST,
open days and evenings; also Sundays;
f electric light Tel, black 821.
s DR B. W. DAY, DENTIST, REMOVED
to 142 S. Broadway, room 127, New Hell
f man building. 8-16
, DR. BALDWIN, DENTIST. GRANT
bldg., 4th and Broadway. Tel. G. 1071. 3-11
t— 1 =
• EXCURSIONS
[ BOCK ISLAND PERSONALLY CON
ducted excursions every Tuesday and
Wednesday; low rates; quick time; Un
- ion depot, Chicago; unequaled service.
I Office. 214 S. Spring st 2-25
i PATENTS AND COPYRIGHTS
• DAY * DAY OBTAIN PATENTS FOR
Inventions, designs, register trade-mark
and copyrights. Offices, 28$, 284 and 285
, Stimson block. Established 1848. 1-8-W
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
' PIANO HOUSE—A. G. GARDNErTTIU
Winston st, near the Postofflce building.
Brlggs Pianos, new and seoond hand;
also, other makes. tf
FEBSONALS
MEDICAL ELECTRICIAN REMOVED
from 819 S. Grand aye. to 618 W. Eighth
i st; female diseases treated by •leetric
, lty: cure guaranteed. tf
3 "■
I WATCHMAKERS
? BTBRLUNG~BILVER
» assortment new designs, moderate
. prices. W. J. GETZ. Jeweler, 838 8.
I Broadway.
BOOM
t
WANTED
Male Help
HUMMEL BROS. & CO.. 1
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS.
California Bank building.
800-302 W. Second it., ln basement.
Telephone 609.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Boy, $2, week, store; man and wife, $30.
house, eto.; chore boy, 110, etc.; sticker
hand, $2.00; man and wife, orchard, 120, j
house, etc.
MEN'S HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Five first-class hotel waiters, 125, etc.;
night cook, do pastry, $12, etc.; second
cook, $10, etc.; third cook, $7, etc.; ex
perienced oyster opener, $36, etc.; hall
man, $20, etc.; first-class cook, $60, etc.
HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT I
Cook, country, $30; German cook, $25;
second girl, country, $20; house girl, Co
rona. San Fernando, $20; Santa Paula,
$18; Ontario, $10; 1 house girls, $20; 6, $15;
girl to assist, $10 to $12; nurse girl, $20;
German girls wanted. The above are
choice plaoes; call early. '
LADIES' HOTEL DEPARTMENT
Thirty hotel waitresses. $20, etc.; Ger
man cook, $7, week; laundress, country.
$30; laundress, Arizona, $35; chamber
maid, home nights, $15; waitress, do
Qhamberwork, country, $22.60. Waitresses
call early.
18 HUMMEL BROS. & CO.
Situations—Male
CARPENTER FROM EAST, COMPE
tent to take charge of anything ln build
ing line; can use any kind of tools; open
for sit on any terms or location. Address
A.» Box 24, Herald. 18
Situations—Female
WANTED—A LADY LIVING IN THE
country would like the care of one or
two children, either for the summer or
permanently. For further particulars
write MRS. 8., El Rio, Ventura county,
Cal. tt
To Bent
WANTED—COTTAGE WITH BARN
near normal school; rent must be reason
able. WILSON, 399 S. Los Angeles. 18-20
Miscellaneous
WANTED—CHEAP FOR CASH. CALl
fornla Reports Digest, code 4; also office
furniture. Address H., IJ9 W. Ninth st.
18
WANTED—HIGHEST PRICES PAID
for household goods, carpets, etc. MAT
THEWS. 454 S. Main. 'Phone green 624. tf
MONEY TO LOAN
ijnion™loan coMPJ^Y;"~ffrTM^oN
block, corner Third and Spring, loans
money on all kinds of collateral security,
watches, dlamonda, furniture and pianos,
without removal; low Interest; money
at once; business confidential: private of
fice for ladles. CLARK A. SHAW, man
ager, rooms 113, 114 and 116, first floor.
Tel. 1651. References, Citizens' bank, Se
curity Savings Bank. tf
TO LOAN—MONEY IN LARGE OR
small amounts at lower rates of Interest
than others charge on all kinds of col
lateral security, diamonds, watches, Jew
elry, pianos, furniture; life Insurance and
all good collateral; partial payments re
ceived; money quick; private office for
ladles. G. M. JONES, rooms 12-14, 254 S.
Broadway. 1-30-99
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
jewelry and sealskins; also on pianos and
household furniture, without removal;
business confidential; private office for
ladles; low rates of Interest. PACIFIC
LOAN CO., W. E. DE GROOT, manager,
. rooms 2, 8 and 4,114 S. Spring st.
lOWA LOAN CO., LOANS ON DlA
monds, Jewelry, sealskins and house
hold furniture; business confidential;
money at once. W. E. BANSOME, man
ager, rooms 65 and 66, Bryson block,
Seoond and Spring sts. 4-4
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS FROM $1000
to $200,000, on Inside gilt-edged income
bearing property only. Inquire Of F. Q.
STORY, room 303 Henne block, 122 West
Third st.
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS,
watches, jewelry, pianos, sealskins, car
riages, bicycles, warehouse receipts and
all kinds of collateral security; storage
free In our warehouse. LEE BROS.. 402
S. Spring st. tf
THE KING PAWN SHOP MOVED TO
114 N. Main street, now the Diamond loan
office. Money loaned In any amounts on
collaterals. Fair dealing guaranteed. B.
FANTA. proprietor. 1-26-99
TO LOAN—A BARREL MONEY ON
diamonds, pianos, furniu.ie and all flrst
class securities; business confidential.
CREASINGER, 247 S. Broadway, rooms
1 and 2. S-29-tf
TO LOAN—IF YOU WANT MONEY ON
real estate security. I have It in any
amount; $5000 to $50,000 at 6 per cent.
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL, 107 S. Broadway.
5-20-tf
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, ROOM
308 Wilcox building, lend money on any
good real estate; building loans made; if
you wish to lend or borrow call on us. tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
ln any amount, 5 to 8 per cent Interest;
light expense. HOWE & OBEAR, 816
Bradbury building. tf
* MONEY TO LOAN—S2OO TO $96,000 ON
city or country real estate. LEE A. Mc-
CONNELL & CO, rooms 302 and 303, 218
S. Broadway. tf
money to Loan upon easy
terms of repayment. STATE MUTUAL
BUILDING AND LOAN ASS'N. 141 S.
1 Broadway. 5-20-tf
TO LOAN-IN SUMSIroSUIT ON REAL
estate security; current rates; no com
-1 mission. Apply MAIN ST. SAVINGS
BANK. 2-26-98
> MONEY~TO LOAN ON COLLATERALS;
76 boys' suits of clothes at tl to $1.25 per
suit. COLLATERAL BANK. 818 S. Main.
2-20
1 TO LOAN-ON REAL ESTATE. ANY
' amount, sto 8 per cent net; light ex
pense. W. H. LYON, 118 8. Broadway.
. I CAN MAKE YOU LARGE OR SMALL
loans at very light expense. HENRY
I HART, 103 E. Second st. tf
" MONEY TO LOAN-NO DELAY; LIGHT
expense. ERNEST G. TAYLOR, 412-413
Bradbury building. tf
MONEY TO LOAN—BUILDING LOANS
a specialty. EDW. D. SILENT & CO, 212
( W. Second. tf
t TO LOAN—MONEY QUICKLY, QUIET
» ly, reasonably. R. D. LIST. 226 Wilcox
» block. tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN~ANY~AMOUNT.
EDWARD C. CRIBB, 218 8. Broadway,
j 2-24
TO LOAN-* TO 8 PER CENT, MONEY.
; BRADSHAW BROS.. 202 Bradbury blk. tf
» MINING AND ASSAYING
- THE BIMETALLIC ASSAY, OFFICE
I and Chemical Laboratory, 124 S. Main al.
I R. A. PEREZ. B. M.. manage' 12-4 tf
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
BROUSSEAU & MONTGOMERY—
Attorneys-at-Law
9 408 Bradbury block. Los Angeles, tt
, HOTELS
S HCTEL^RO^AD^V^IYTiffI^nBRO^irjW^YT
tf
f MASSAGE
.
I room 41. tsurthfioor; take eievetos. tt
FOB SALE
Houses
FOR SALE—GREAT BARGAIN—NEW
cottage, 5 rooms, bath, water closet, en
ameled sink, pantry, 3 closets, front
porch, screen porch, mantel with plate
mirror, pine finish, 3 bedrooms, 40-foot
lot, fenced, cement walk, sidewalk, Take
Vernon car to see the best value In a home
for $950; $200 cash, on White street, 140
feet west of Central avenue. WIEBEN
DANGER CO., 427 S. Broadway. 21
FOR SALE—FOR $7.60 A MONTH AND A
small cash payment I will build you a
new 4-room cottage, plastered and paint
ed to suit in my Third Addition, Eighth
and Mateo sts. Why pay rent, when you
can own your home? C. A SMITH, 213
W. First st. tf
FOR BALE—MODERN, NEARLY NEW
8-room 2-story house; gas and electricity;
all street work ln; close ln, north of
Twelfth St.; can be bought for lass than
$2500; cheap at $3000. SHERWOOD &
KOYER, 141 S. Broadway. 20
FORBALE-WE BELL THE EARTH.
BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal. tf
City Lots and Lands
FOR SALE-AT A BARGAIN. 3 LOTS
with 7 cottages at corner of Wal
and Winston st. CITY, 439 Wall st.
3-10-98
Business Property
FOR SALE—IN SAN DIEGO—TO CLOSIi
an estate. I offer for sale the followlnf
property in San Diego: Lots A. B. C
L, X, J, in Block 352, Horton's Addition
between Second and Third streets, at thi
extremely low price of $2000. Go am
look them up: must be sold Immediately
W. H. ALLEN, Exoluslve Agent, 123 W
Third St, Los Angeles. 20_
FOR SALE — CHEAP; BRAND NEW
barley roll mill, complete, including plant
buildings, horses and wagons; ownen
want to go to Mexico. Address U, bo:
39, Herald.
Country Property
FOR SALE—CHEAP, FINE ORANGI
and lemon land; easy terms; ln blocks o:
11 acres; near Altadena; four shares o
stock of the Precipice Canyon Watei
company goes to each acre. Apply L. R
GARRETT, Bryson block. tf
FOR SALE—7 ACRES IN DOWNEY
good stand of alfalfa; assorted fruits fo
family use; 7 shares water; 5-room house
good barn, well, windmill and tank: onl;
$2500; worth $3000. SHERWOOD & KOY
ER. 144 S. Broadway. 20
FOR SALE—LAND IN PARCELS T(
ault at Colegrove, a near suburb of Lot
Angeles, on Santa Monica electric road
COLE & COLE, attorneys, 232 N. Mali
st, Los Angeles. tf
Hotels and Lodging Houses
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A WEL
furnished rooming house of 11 rooms, 1
to 15 regular boarders, at good prices,
paying proposition to the one who Is abl
to handle it. Some cash, balance 1
trade, will take the property. R. I
MUNCY, 108 ft W. 3rd St. 21
FOR SALE—FIRST CLASS LODGINt
house; 60 rooms; good business. Appl
room 12 Freeman block. tf
Live Stock
FOR SALE—SPAN OF MATCHEI
chestnuts, 16 hands, aged 6 and 7; ej
tension top platform cabriolet; doub!
harness and robes; would make goc
private turnout. Address or call c
OWNER, 316 Park street, Pasadena.
FOR SALE—IF YOU WANT A GENTL
surrey horse or a work horse cheap, ca
on W. M. BIDDLE, 710 E. Tenth st, net
San Pedro st- 3-7
FOR SALE—TWO FINE 3-YEAR-OL
Jersjey cows; price, $15 each, at 1706 Mai
itou aye. East Los Angeles. 20
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE—A 24-SYRUP TUFT'S SOD
fountain, 3 dozen silver glass holders,
dozen demijohns, ice cream cabinet, si
ver spoons, counter, marble slabs, 3doze
candy jars, trays, etc.; will accept be
offer made inside of three days; pa
cash, balance Installments or trade. 12
S. Olive st. 18
FOR SALE—NEW AND UP-TO-DAT
furniture from suite of rooms at Hot
Johnson. Rooms can be rented.
FOR SALE—THE FRANKLIN ROOt.
Ing house furniture. Apply 141 ft 1
Broadway. 19
EDUCATIONAL
WOODBUY BUSINESS COLLEGE. 2
S. Spring st. Lob Angeles, the oldes
largest and most elegantly equlppc
commercial school ln Southern Callfo
nia; hundreds of successful graduates I
banking and business houses; in sesslc
all the year; enter any day; ever.lr
school on Monday, Wednesday and Fr
day evening; three complete courses,cor
merctal, English and shorthand at
typewriting; a thorough, practical ar
progressive school; large faculty of c:
pert teachers; rates of tuition reasonabl
Call or write for catalogue.
! OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE, 614 S. HII
st,; classical, Lattn-sclentlflc and En
lish courses; preparatory department fl
for best northern and eastern college
I February Bth grade graduates and tou
lsts attention! REV. GUY W. WAD
WORTH, President. 10-12-14-16-18-1!
' LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGI
212 W. Third st. Currier block; up-t
date, progressive, advantages unsu
\ passed; day and evening sessions; wrt
for catalogue and booklet on new budg
) system. 2-2S
BATHS
• SUPERIOR STEAM BATHS, HAH
dressing and manicuring by New En
' r land lady. 355 ft S. Spring, room 6. 3-li
■ ISADORE FRANCIS, CABIENT BAT!
and massage; 233 W. First, room 4, b
\ tween Spring and Broadway. 3-11-9S
LEORA DARWIN, VAPOR AND ELE
trie baths: only select patronage soil
< ited. 224 S. Main, room 6.
1 DR ETTA~RALPH, FROM THE EAS
thermal cabinet baths; massage. 230 1
j First St., rooms 80 and 31. 8-1
1 'FHk r m v
. Angeles, 210 S. Broadway. ti
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
. FOR SALE—BEST PAYING LIQUC
business in Southern California, $6000, 1
eluding building, stock, fixtures, etc.'; w
invoice for the amount; guaranteed pa
; ing net $800 to $1000 per month; partt
'. must sell. O. A. VICKERY & CO, 11
S. Broadway. 2
- FOR SALE—STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOI
I and great sacrifice; must
sold by April Ist for cash. Call 220 Sou
■ Main st. 2-2'
r I. D. BARNARD, 103 S. BROADWA
will sell out your business. t
HYPNOTISM
i mypnc^sm~ta^
: to receive first lesson Wednesday eve
ing, Feb. 23d. PROF. BARLEY. 42
■ Spring.
9 FBUITB AND VEGETABLES
i LUDWIO * MATTHEWS. WHOLESAI
'A and retail fruits and vegetables. MOI
% MARKET. 1S»8. Mala st, Tel If*. tt
FOB BENT
Houses
FOR RENT—A MODERN 6-ROOM COT
tage at northwest corner of Twelfth and
Georgia. $18, with water; ln good condi
tion and good location. 20
Furnished Booms
FOR RENT—3 ROOMS. COMPLETELY
furnished for housekeeping; screen
porch; separate entrance. 930 3. Flower.
19
FOR RENT - FURNISHED SUNNY
rooms; now, clean; best ln city. 595 S.
Spring. tf
FOR RENT—SUNNY R06m5,~25c. PER
night; $1 per week and up. 619 B. Spring.
2-28
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS;
prices reasonable. 613 ft S. Spring st. 1
Stores and Offices
FOR RENT—VACANT STORE AT 1253 8.
Flgueroa. Inquire at Clark's Wood and
Coal Yard, 1249 S. Flgueroa. tf
MEDIUMS
REMOVED—MRS. PARKER, MEDIUM
and palmist, life reading, business specu
lations, mineral locations, removals, law
suits, travels, marriage, children, dis
positions and capabilities; all affairs ot
life. 286 ft S. Spring st, room 4. Fees, 60a
and $1. tf
MME. LEO. MEDIUM AND CARD
reader; tells past, present and future;
gives lucky charms, brings the separated
together; causes speedy marriage; all
those ln trouble, love, business and fam
ily affairs, see her. 126 W. Fourth st.
MME. GRACE, CARD MEDIUM AND
Palmist; the wonder of the 19th century;
reveals the past, present and future. 541
S. Los Angeles street, between Fifth and
Sixth sts. 3-6-98
KNOW YOUR FUTURE—THE GREAT
Palmist and Psychic tells all your past
and future life correct and true. 284 S.
Main. tf
MISS KATE LAMPMAN, TEST MEDIUM
—Life readings dally at room 19, Ramona
hotel; test circle Tuesday evenings.
840-98
GRACE GILMORE. CLAIRVOYANT.
Card Reader. Ladsles, 25c; gents, 60c
124 ft S. Spring St., rooms 7 and 8. tt
MRS. E. M. DUVAL, CLAIRVOYANT,
the most wonderful In her profession;
now at 618 S. Los Angeles st. 2-28
MME. VALLIANT, THE NOTE! CLAIP.
voyant, card reader. 330 ft S. Spring
st, room 25. 3-1
AGNES H. PLEABANCE, TUANcE
spirit medium: sittings daily. 855 ft S.
Spring st. tf
PHYSICIANS
TRY~OU It
battery for all chronic diseases. Room
4, 242 ft Broadway. 2-16-98
! DR, UNGER CURES CANCERS AND
tumors. No knife or pain. 107 ft N. Main
1 street. ti
LOST AND FOUND
, 142 N. Griffin aye. 19
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice For Publication of Time For
Proving Will
* STATE OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF
Los Angeles, ss.
a In the superior court, in the matter of
1 the estate of Thomas D. Stimson, deceased,
a Notice is hereby given that Friday, tha
f 18th day of February, 1898. at 10 ocloc!.
" m. of said day, at the court room of
~ court, Department two thereof, in the
11 of Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles and
r state of California, has been appointed as
the time and place tor hearing the appll
, cation of Willard H. Stimson, Charles D.
Stimson and Esra T. Stimson, praying that
a document now on file in this court, pur
porting to be the last will and testament of
- the said deceased, be admitted to probate,
that letters testamentary be Issued thereon
to said petitioners, at which time and place
all persons interested therein may appear
v and contest the same.
2 Dated Feb 6.1898.
T. E. NEWLIN, County Clerk,
i By C. W. BLAKE, Deputy,
t John D. Pope, Esq, attorney for petl-
I tloners. 18
$ —. —— , >
An Old Los Angeles Firm Dissolved
d THE OLD FIRM OF SENTOUS BROS,
has been dissolved by mutual consent.
- Louis Sentous, sr., the founder and busi
.- ness manager of the firm, continuing the
- wholesale and retail butcher business on.
his own account at 620 San Fernando st,
" (lately called Upper Main st.) and having
no concession or interest in the new firm of
, Sentous Bros, carried on at the corner of
„ Aliso and Los Angeles sts.
8 —————
i LINES OF TRAVEL
c The company's elegant steamers SANTA
- ROSA and POMONA leave REDONDO at
- 11 a. m. and PORT LOS ANGELES at 2:30
Ipm. tor San Francisco, via Santa Barbara
i and Port Harford, Feb. 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28,
- Mar 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, Apr. 1, 6, 9, 13, 17,
i 21 25, 29. Leave PORT LOB ANGELES at
6 a. m. and REDONDO at 11 a. m. for
- San Diego via Newport, Feb. 2, 6, 10, 14,18,
L 22 26, Mar. 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 30. Apr. 8, 7,
t- it 15.1* 23 27. The Santa Rosa will not stop
s a t Newport. Cars connect via Redondo
II leave Santa Fe depot at 9:45 a. m. or from
•- Redondo railway depot at 9:30 a. ra.
i- Cars connect via Port Los Angeles leave
S. P. R. R. depot at 1:35 p. m. for steamers
~ north bound.
'■■ The steamers HOMER and COOS BAY
- leave SAN PEDRO and EAST SAN PE
'" DRO for San Francisco, via Ventura, Car
e penterla, Santa Barbara, Gavloto, Port
'* Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Monterey
and Santa Cruz at 8:30 p. m, Feb. 1. 5, 9.
~ 13 17, 81, 26, Mar. 1, 5. 9, 18, 17, 21, 26. 29, Apr.
' 6 10 14. ls . 22, 26, SO. Cars connect with
! Reamers via San Pedro leave S. P. R. B.
' (Arcade depot) at 6:08 p. m. and Terminal
'.- railway depot at 5:15 p. m.
t- The company reserves the right to change
without previous notice steamers, sailing
- dates and hours of Balling.
8 W. PARRIS. Agt, 124 W. Second st., Los
I- Angeles.
QOODALL, PERKINS & CO, General
- Agents San Francisco.
IoS ANGELES TERMINAL RAILWAY—
NOV. 22,1897.
PASADENA —Leave Loa Angeles: 8:20
•; a. m, 9:30 a. m, 12:16 p. m, 8:25 p. m, 6:10
r. p. m.
Arrive Los Angeles: 9:22 a .m, 11:10 a.
w m 1:42 p. m, 5:05 p. m, 6:20 p. m.
ff MT. LOWE AND ALTADENA—Leave
Los Angeles: 9:30 a. m, 3:25 p. m.
- Arrive Los Angeles: 11:10 a. m.. 5:05 p. m.
The only line from Los Angeles making
- connection with Mt. Lowe railway without
n change of oars.
GLENDALE—Leave Los Angeles: 7:00
» a. m, 12:8* P- »•< 5:16 P- m - „
v Arrive Los Angeles: 8:12 a. m, 1:85 p. m,
i 3 6 AND SAN PEDRO—
tt Leave Los Angeles: 9:25 a. m, 1:45 p. m,
••5:15 p. m, *6:30 p. m.
c Arrive Los Angeles: ••8:16 a. m, *9:00 a.
m 125 p. m, 'MiSO p. m, *6:10 p. m.
h CATALINA ISLAND—Leave ••9:25a, m.;
arrive ••1:26 p. m.
. •Sundays only. "Sundays excepted.
r Boyle Heights car pass Terminal sta
tion. S. B. HYNE3. General Manager.
- LQg ANGELES AND REDONDO RAlL
way Company.
Los Angeles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and
?S Jefferson st.
n- Leave Leave
ft Los Angeles Redondo for
for Redondo Los Angeles
- s;»o a. m. 8:00 a. so.
1:80 p. m. 1148- a. ra.
4:86 p. m. 8:15 p. m.
- 1180 o. as. Sat. oolr 8:80 p. m. Sat. ortr
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