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OUT OF TOWN.
Several Items of News From
What the People are Doing by
The Berry Crop at Covina and What
It Sold For.
Prices Paid for Fruits — Personals and
Notes Gathered at Santa Monica
Correspondence of the HERALD.
The ocean view from Long Beach is
magnificent, steamers and sailing ships
coming and leaving San Pedro ; tieets of
fishing smacks darting here and there ;
Catalina island, in the mist and haze,
taking on fantastic shapes; sea lions
often coming in close to shore ; bathers
in variegated costumes sporting on the
sands, making a kaleidoscopic view of
such diversified beauty that to describe
is simply impossible, and such as no
other seaside resort on the Pacific (or
Atlantic) can duplicate. Since last
election men of enterprise have been
encouraged to go ahead and do some
thing. On the beach between the bath
house and pavilion there will lie a pho
tographic gallery, a shooting gallery,
bowling alley and other devices in which
ladies and children can find amusement.
Our beach is justly noted for itl propri
ety and order. There is yet the first
case to be reported in which a woman
has been insulted, and lady visitors to
our beach may feel themselves as safe as
if they were in their own homes.
A party of four men will leave today
in a boat to visit the shark waters to
catch a few sharks for some gentlemen
from Chicago who are now here. They
want to secure the sharks' skeletons for
exhibition at the world's fair.
Mr. Frank Hepburn and E. J. Pratt
have collected enough money from the
citizens to buy a large flag to present to
the city. The city will put up a flag
pole 100 feet in height in the park.
The trustees will, undoubtedly, at
their meeting tonight, order a neat, or
namental, open-roofed structure at the
entrance to the park for the accommoda
tion of the people awaiting the arrival
or departure of trains. The railroad com
pany not having provided any waiting
room for the large number of visitors,
the passengers, especially ladies, will
appreciate this thoughtful kindness on
the part of our city trustees.
Mr. T. F. Derrick, who came here
from the home of Mulcahey, or Murchi
son, or some name like that, was ar
rested last Thursday for refusing to take
out a license to run an ice-cream saloon
he had opened. On being taken
beiwe Judge Hussey, and the city ordi
nance being read to him, he volunteered
the statement that he would not pay it;
he would make a test of it. Judge Hus
sey very obligingly laid the ground work
for a "test" by fining him ten dollars or
the alternative of ten days in the city
jail. He chose the jail, vowing he would
make the city pay dear for its little joke.
His tine was paid by his wife a short
time after he went to jail; also his li
cense fee. He threatens suit against the
city for damages.
Mrs. Amos Bixby, wife of the late
editor of the Long Beach Journal, died
at their home in Ventura county June
17th, and was brought down and buried
in Evergreen cemetery, Los Angeles, on
the 10th inst.
Mrs. Marshall, of Santa Ana. is here
ko spend the summer with he* daughter,
Mrs. C. 0. Fife.
Mrs. William Crothers and Mrs. W.J.
Richardson, of East Los Angeles, will
spend the season at Long Beach.
Miss Kate Stoney, daughter of Judge
Stoney, of San Francisco, is here visit
ing Mrs. Montgomery and Mrs. Grey at
their cottage on Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Durell and family
will occupy the "Kice" cottage on Sec
ond street"for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hogan have taken
rooms in the Walker block, Pine ave
nue, for the season.
Mr. and Mrs.. Chas. E. French and
family, of Santa Ana, have taken a
house on Ocean avenue for the season.
Dr. and Mrs. Colburn and child are
stopping at the "Flying Fish."
Mr. and Mrs. Moore and her sister,
Miss Owsley, of Tombstone, Arizona, are
stopping at the Terry cottage, Cedar
avenue, for the season.
Mr. White and family, of Pasadena,
have rented the Penny cottage, Ocean
.avenue, for the season.
Mrs. Painter and Mrs. Joy, of Pasa
dena, are occupying the Buchanan cot
tage, Elm avenue, for the season.
Rev. Young, of Los Angeles, lias en
gaged the Foot cottage, Ocean avenue.
Mrs. Curtis and daughter Delia have
taken rooms at Mrs. Nevin's house, Pine
Mr. Thornton is fixing up his place
preparatory to moving here with his
Mr. Sheldon, of Riverside, is getting
his place in trim to bring his family
here for the season.
Mr. Pollard and friend have engaged
camp lot No. 1, on the beach, for the
A. A. Mitchell, wile and family, of
San Francisco, have rented the Kays
cottage, First ami Golden streets, for
There will be a large influx of campers
here next week, ten families in one
bunch alone, coming from Vernon.
.A tage party came down last Friday
from Whittier to enjoy the surf.
Long Beach, June 21st.
Notes and Personals Gathered on the
Correspondence of the Herald. 1
J. S. Parks, cashier of the City Bank,
is spending the summer here.
Jas. D. McNeil and family, of Indian
apolis, are spending a few days here.
W. L. Martin, accompanied by a party
of friends, drove down today, returning
after a dip in the surf and luncheon.
The annual firemen's ball, which was
announced to take place on the 3d, Will
be held on the night of the 4th of July.
John Palmer, R. L. Wistwell and John
Olmstead, a trio of Cincinnati capital
ists who are making an extensive tour
of the coast, have been here for the past
John Gollmer and family, Henry
Stuhr and family, L. D. McMtllian and
wife have secured suitable quarters in
the canon, where they will spend the
Today was one of the finest days im
aginable, and many visitors enjoyed
themselves to their utmost, bathing,
THE LOS ANGELES ITERALI): SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 22, 1890.
driving, listening to the music, etc. The
children were largely in attendance, and
accompanied by their parents, enjoyed
their holiday immensely.
The Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany will run the following trains today
(Sunday) to Santa Monica and return :
Leave Los Angeles at 0:20, 9 :S7 and
10 :55 a. m.; 1:07 and 5 :\2 p. m. Leave
Santa Monica at 7 :50, 11:30 a. m.; 5:15
and ti :00 p.m. J. C. 11.
Santa Monica, June 21, 1890.
Interesting Items From That Thriving
Correspondence of the Herald,l
Ten thousand dollars' worth of straw
berries were shipped from Azusa station
this season up to the Ist of June, most
of which came from Covina. The sec
ond crop of berries is now just coming
in, and promises to be heavier than the
first, but the price will be lower! How
ever, a few growers have contracted the
season's crop for 5 cents per pound.
Nearly all the berries are of the variety
known as Monarch of the West.
G. W. Taylor has built a dryer and
cannery, and will handle a large part of
the deciduous fruit for the coining sea
son. He expects to can the first-class
fruit anil dry the second-class and small
fruit. He wishes Salway peaches in
particular, and claims to have a ready
■tarket for all the first-class fruit he can
The hot weather of the past few days
has in man}- instances proved extremely
detrimental to the orange crop. Many
trees have shed their fruit to an alarm
ing extent. To some young trees this is
not a real damage, as the trees were too
full of fruit for the size of the tree, but
many old orchards will have a short
The graduating exercises of the Cen
ter grammar school will be held at the
Covina M. E. church tomorrow evening.
Mis. Smith addressed the people of
Covina, last Monday evening, on '"Na
tionalism and the Farmers' Alliance.''
A Farmers' Alliance club was organized
with seven members.
The temperance people of Covina will
commence the political campaign Eoi
governor by a grand rally next Monday
evening, at Covina hall. Everybody is
invited to come and bring his best girl.
The prune crop of the valley is un
usually large this year. Many trees are
breaking down under their precious bur- .
dens. The price of the green fruit will i
be very high, probably $40 per ton. The j
same price is also offered for Salway j
peaches, while $25 to $.'SO is the price
offered for apricots.
Mayor Blackburn suffered so severely
from neuralgia last week as to require
the almost constant attendance of three
Covina, June 10, 1800.
Sheep Shipped East—Surveying in
The Santa Fe dispatched a special
sheep train yesterday containing fifteen
double-decked cars tilled with Anaheim
muttons. The train was billed for
Kansas City. Over seventy cars have
recently been sent out by the Santa Fe.
There has been a scarcity of mutton in
the east in the Missouri and Mississippi
valley, where the industry of sheep
raising has fallen off considerably of late.
An agent of the Santa Fe company has
been out working up the business of ex
porting sheep, and it is stated that thirty
carloads will be brought over from Cata
A private excursion of fifty people,
who go on a picnic to San Juan, will
will leave the city this morning on the
Southern California and return this
The first car of green apricots was
shipped from Riverside yesterday on the
Santa Fe, billed for Chicago. " This is
something of an experiment, and if suc
cessful will be followed by others. Not
much green fruit was sent out last year,
and that winch was sent in many in
stances failed to arrive in good con
A letter from Rosamond to an evening
paper of this city, says:
The surveying party under the charge
of Chief Rockwell 'that started from
Mojave two weeks since are now camped
at Castle lake, a distance of sixty miles
by their chaining from Mojave. The
distance from Castac to the Tejon on an
air line is about seven miles.
At Castac they Bent for more men and
will organize another party. Comp
Btuckey and Charley Pruitt left here
yesterday to help make up the new
The line they are running now is only
an experimental survey, estimating the
cuts, fills and bridges necessary. The
object appears to be to get a more direct
line, saving every mile of distance pos
sible and at the same time make a por
tion of the difference in altitude between
Mojave and Tejon every revolution of
Should this route be adopted the
climbing of the summit will be no more
perceptible than the road from Santa
Monica to Los Angeles. The grade
stakes will not be set until Wilbur re
turns from the east.
There is a great deal of interest mani
fested in this valley over the extension
of the Santa Fe, as there is also on the
other side of Tehachapi mountain about
! Bakersiield. A great many resident and
j non-resident land-owners in the valley
have visited their camps, but they get
! very little information.
The opinion of the knowing ones is
j that when Wilbur comes and goes over
! this route he will conclude to go back
I and start from Rodgers station, which is
: twenty miles southeast of Mojave, and
then run a straight line to intersect this
! survey at or near sec. 30, T. 9 N. R. 15
I W. 8. B. M., and then follow Rockwell's
I line from there through the Liebre
grant to the Castac, and thence to the
THE BROADWAY MARKET.
Arrangements for the Formal Opening
The formal opening of the Broadway
market will take place on Monday, June
30th, at 7:30 p. in. Arrangements for
! the affair were placed in the hands of a
committee appointed at the last meet
ing of the chamber of commerce, of
which M. R. Higgins ischainuan. This
committee held a session yesterday and
decided that the exercises should con
sist of music, speeches, recitations and
! dancing. No admission fee should be
The following committees were ap
Committee of Arrangements—E. A.
Forester, A. E. Pomeroy, Captain A.
VV. Barrett, Fred Eaton, H. W. Patton.
Reception Committee —Major W. H.
Bonsall, T. Creighton, C. E. Day, D. W.
Field, E. Germain, W. H. Goucher, F.
P. Kelley, J. T, Cuzner, J. B. Lanker
shim, Southerland Hutton, C. F. A.
Last, M. G. McCoon, J. R. McManis, T.
E. Rowan, G. AY. Williamson, C. M.
Wells, M. L. Wicks, L. T. Garnsey,
Colonel A. B. Hotchkiss, Dr. J. P.
The following gentlemen were selected
as vice-presidents of the evening:
Colonel J. J. Ayres, Major George H.
Bonebrake, Hon. T. 1). Mott, Captain
11. Z. Osborne. Ex-Mayor W. H, Work
man, Hon. S. M. White, Colonel H. G.
Otis, Major E. L. Stern, General Chas.
11. W. Patton was appointed floor
manager with the following assistants :
I. H. Folk, Dr. D. Granville McGowan,
Judge W. H. Clark, R. J. Northam,
General J. R. Mathews, Dr. F. K. Ains
worth, Colonel M. T. Owens, Dr. W. L.
The ladies' annex will serve ice cream
and other refreshments, and will over
see the work of decorating the hall. The
programme will be published sometime
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
The Public Schools Add to Their
A considerable addition was made to
the public school display in the cham
ber of commerce permanent exhibit yes
High School —Botany, herbarium
illustrated, junior A and B class; analy
sis of Julius Ctesar, illustrated with pen
and ink, senior class; experiments in
physics, illustrated by pen and ink draw
ings, middle class.
Sand-street—Grammar, B 7 ; arithme
tic, B8; compositions, B6j Misses An
derson and Root, teachers.
Humboldt-street school —Modeling and
i paper folding; Miss Brook, teacher.
Spring-street school—Clay modeling ;
Misses Bengaugh and Vaughn, teachers.
Temple-street school—Language work,
| pressed leaves and writing, MissL. Hass
| ler, teacher; language illustrated, with
j drawings of stems, roots and buds, and
j maps of Los Angeles county; Miss R.
j Weinshank. teacher.
Seventh-street school — Flowers
! pressed and .explained, 84, A 4, B5;
! buds and roots, A 4, 84, B 5; Miss
Temple-street school—Pressed leaves,
j fifth grade, Miss Betls, teacher. Arith
-1 metic, B 4 ; language, A 5, B5; lan
; guage, third aud 4th grade, illustrated;
Miss Winshaw, teacher; language, Miss
Griffin-avenue school—Language, il
lustrated, B 2; Miss Quafe, teacher.
Among the shipments made to Cali
fornia on Wheels yesterday were : Figs,
plums and apples from Mrs. I. W. Clan
ton ; banana buds, S. Strohm; floral
views from Central lark Floral Com
pany, and some Indian photographs
from H. R. Rust.
Flowers yesterday were donated by
Mrs. J. E. Boyce, Santa Monica, Mrs. E.
W. Jamison. Mr. 1). W. Evans, Mrs. Dr.
E. E. Smith, J. J. Emery, Mrs. B. D.
The Germain Fruit Company decor
ated the fountain yesterday with a fresh
supply of water flowers and ferns.
Removal <>f the Chicago Saloon,
D. J. McCarthy, proprietor of the
Chicago, has removed from 107 North
Main street to 150 North Main, opposite
the court house, where he will be pleased
to meet all his old patrons.
Our Home Brew.
Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery,
on draught in all the principal saloons, de
livered promptly in buttles or kegs. Oillce
and Brewery, 2dtS Aliso street. Telephone 91.
Mrs. Rusche <fc Downey, boiled ham. tongue
and cold sliced meats, 330 B. Spring street. Tel
ephone No. 850.
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From a bad cold pains settled in my back
and I suffered greatly ; confined to bed and
could hirdly move or turn. I tried St. Jacobs
Oil, Wh>jh. cured ttio. I do not fear recurrence.
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Rules for self-measurement anil sam
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WILL Stain Glass and Chinaware „ t (he
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HIS IDEA OF WOMEN.
What a Prominent English Author Tbinks
of American Ladies—A Comparison
With European (.iris.
A well-know n English author, who was re
cently in the United States, was entertained by
a gentleman and lady of wealth, residing oil
Fifth avenue. New York. In the course of the
dinner the conversation turned upon American
women, when the English gentleman said:
"Nowhere in America do you find such com
plexions and nowhere such health as we see in
the faces and forms of English girls. I have
noticed this in every city that I have visited.
American ladies look tired, weak, faded. They
lack color and they lack life. Existence seems
a burden to them, not a pleasure. You in
America do not notice it because you arc here,
while I can see it very plainly."
We may say that "this English author was
prejudiced, was conceited, was bitter, but we
cannot say that he was wrong. American ladies
are not so strong, so healthy, so brilliant, as
they should lie. Their complexions are not so
clear nor their eyes so bright as could be de
sired. Doubtleßsthe climate has something to
do with this, but it is unquestionably true that
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means these things can be overcome. Any lady
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key, as anything else is injurious, and also re
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the complexion and to give brightness and
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and its popularity proves its value.
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No. 7 Bertha (a 5-hole Range 10.00
No. 8 Bertha (a 5-hole) Range 13.00
I am overstocked with Gasoline Stoves and am
selling them at
$4 Less Than Eastern Prices.
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A flue line of Dry Air Refrigerators at very low
prices. A full line of Medallion Ranges.
Stoves sold ou the installment plan at
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CHILDREN'S SAVINGS It ANN.
CHILDREN'S SAVINGS BANK.
This bank will receive deposits from children in amounts of 25 cents and upward
. child will receive a deposit book. Parents and teachers should encourage their hi'
deposit their pennies.
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, O. VV. CHILDS,
J. A. GRAVES, S. A. FLEMING,
T. L. DITQUE, JAMES RAWSON,
M. B. SHAW, A. C. ROGERS, M. D.,
A. J. BROWNE, J. F. SARTORI,
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OFFICE HOURS at the Hollcnbeck hotel, Los Angeles, every week from Friday noon until 5 p.
m. Saturday. Remainder of the week at Pasadena.
J. C. MICHENER, M. D., HOMCEOPATHIST.
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JAMES R. BOAL,
National Building and Loan Association and the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of New York
Has removed from 103 South Broadway to the
CORNER OF BROADWAY AND SECOND STREET,
In the room formerly occupied by Drs. Boal. Drs. Boal are now occupying the second floor of the
same building. je(i-lm
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Also Wellington, South Field Wellington
Greta and Wallsend Coal,
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LOS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY
Company. Location of principal place of
business, Los Angeles city, California.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of
the Hoard of Directors, held on the 20th day of
April, 1800, an assessment of one dollar per
share be levied upon the capital stock issued of
the corporation, payable April 30th, 18!)o, to the
Secretary, at his oflice in S. \V. Luitweiler's
building, on the N.E. corner of Requena and
North I.os Angeles streets, I.os Angeles city, Cal.
All stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the 29th day of May, 1890,
shall become delinquent on that day, and all
stock upon which said delinquent assessment
shall not be paid on or before the 18th day of
June, 1890, shall be on that day sold (orsomuch
thereof as is necessary), for the purpose of col
lecting the delinquent assessment, together with
costs of advertising and expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors.
ap27 td S. P. REES, Secretary.
At a special meeting of the board of directors,
held May 29, 1890, the time of assessment be
coming delinquent was postponed until June
9th, 1890, and the date of sale on any delin
quent stock was also postponed to date of June
By order of the board of directors.
ma3o-td Secretary pro tern.
Parties wishing to make a trip to Wilson's
Peak, will find it more convenient and pleas
anter to go to Sierra .Madre in tho evening and
get an early start in the morning.
Accommodations can be had at the corner of
Hcrmosa and Ramona avenues.
All arrangements made by addressing,
jeO-lm Sierra Madre P. O.
PIONEER TRUCK CO.,
(Successors to McLain & Lehman,)
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Pioneer Truck & Transfer Co.
Piano and Safe Moving a Specialty.
1 Telephone 137. 3 Market St., Los Angeles, CaL