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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES.
Pasadena Sons of Veterans and
* Ladies' Aid Society.
Santa Ana's Real Estate Business
Increasing-.
t.vrtf Beach Wharf—Terminal Island
Motes-Redlands Matters—Kedondo
Shipping I 'Diversity News.
Anaheim Matters.
Fabadina, Jan. 14.—The Pasadena
swap Sona of Veterans and the Ladies'
Aid society held a joint public installa
tion in Odd Fellows' hall last evening.
The Ladies' Aid society is formed as an
spaxiliary to the Sons of Veterans and
Mils the same position that the Woman's
Belief corps does in relation to tbe G.
A. R. This is tbe first organization of
tbe kind in the state, and is conse
quently society No. 1. The Aid starts
ent with a membership of 24, and will
aw donbt prove a very useful body.
The installing officer for tbe Sons of
▼eterans was Col. T. M. Gilbert, di
vision commander, of Los Angelea. The
following officeis were installed: Cap
tain, W. S. Lacy ; first lieutenant, C. E.
Hendenball; second lieutenant, W. C.
Snyder; camp council, George A. Rich
ardson, A. B. Stevens, N. S. Bingham.
Btaff officers—Chaplain, L E. Barnhart;
tost sergeant, Harry Gaylord ; quarter
master sergeant, A. P. Janney ; column
aatrgeant, S. G. Baker, jr.; musician, A.
McClure; sergeant guard, N. S. Bang
bam; corporal guard, F. J. Downing;
camp guard, George A. Richardson;
picket guard, F. Stevens.
Oapt. N. S. Bangham of Company C
actedj as installing officer of the La
dies' Aid society. The officers installed
were: Past president, Ida O. Lacy;
president, Bonnie V. Jones ; vice presi
dent, Minnie Williams; trustees, Meda
Brown and Nettie M. Sutliff; chaplain,
Claudine D. Stevens; secretary, Madge
Darlington; treasurer, Sadie McMurtry ;
fuide,Carrie P. Hugger; assistant guide,
Bffie B. Crawford ; inside guard, Lillian
A. Brown; outside guard, Nina McClure.
Among the visitors from Los Angeles
were Past Captains Traphagen and Car
lisle, Lieutenant McKeon, division com
mander, and E. E. Do Hand, orator of
the Vicksburg camp.
A moat pleasing musical and literary
programme was rendered, participated
in by the Misses Ella Bonner, Maud
Jones, Maud Keyee, Lida Conger, Mrs.
Greeu and Miss Trull, after which re
freshments were served.
A LEMON SOCIAL.
The I. Y. P. C. U. gave a lemon social
at the Universalist church last evening
that proved a most enjoyable affair.
The prize offered for the largest lemon
was won by Miss Annie Lacy, while
Mrs. Hawley carried off the prize for
the smallest one. Miss Lyda guessed
the correct number.
On next Friday evening an entertain
ment will be given by the young people
of the church, consisting of a lecture by
Mr. Frank Polley; subject, A Modern
Japanese Saint, and a discourse by
President E. H. Keyee of Throop uni
versity upon The Constitutions of the
United States and California.
NOTES.
Bey. Craig of Denver, Col., will oc
cupy the pulpit at the Christian chapei
tomorrow evening.
A german was the social attraction at
the Raymond this evening, Mrs. J. H.
Outhwaite and Miss Dows acting as
patronesses.
Rev. Webster of Long Beach preaches
at the Universalist church tomorrow
morning.
A decided raise in the prices of real
estate is noticeable all around. A con
servative estimate places tbe advance at
25 per cent during the past three
months.
Mr. C. H. Richardson has returned
from an extended trip to tbe Hawaiian
islands, bringing with him a valuable
collection of curios collected during his
trip.
The example of the Terminal Railway
company in eetting out a small but well
taken care of park adjoining the station
is one that could be followed to advan
tage by the railway companies gener
ally in Southern California.
The tally-ho coach is in great demand
this fine weather and it is seldom a day
that passes without one or more of the
fun creating vehicles passes through
town loaded with jolly young people.
The public library' has recently re
ceived a large addition to its stock of
literature from the eastern publishers,
including the latest work of fiction by
standard authors. Our library is an in
stitution that any citizen may well feel
proud of and its benefits may be enjoyed
by all without money and without price.
But little movement has yet taken
place in tbe orange crop. The buyers
are holding off, waiting for the growers
to come down, and from present indica
tions they will have to wait some time
ac the growers are of the opinion that
better prices will be realized later in the
season.
The appearance of Fanny Rice next
Monday evening in a Jolly Surprise will
doubtless be welcomed by a crowded
bouse. Seats are now on sale at Suesse
rott's.
Pasadena Briers-
Pasadena office of the Herald, No. 16 West
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip
tions received.
ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of
the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail
way. Bates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc-
Lain, proprietor.
MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDINGJBTA
BLE, rear of post-office. Safe and st] llsh turn
outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 56.
C. GARIBALDI, dealer In wines, liquors,
cigars and tobacco, also canned goods. East
Colorado street, cor. Chestnut avenue.
COOK <& EOKOZA, general 'blacksmithlng.
Ho. 15 Union street.
G. S. MAY HEW, real estate broker, 20J4;Wesl
Colorado street. Loans and Investments.
M'DONALD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans
and houses for rent. Bargains in houses and
ranches. 7 East Colorado street.
ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. S. Dental
rooms, Eldrldge building, Pasadena.
MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSE, 32 Booth
■hlr Oaks avenne. Meals at all hoars.
HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat
ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod
ern Improvements.
THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and
Washington; first-class family hotel.
LOS ANGELES HOUSE, corner Colorado
street and Delacey avenue; transients, 91 and
81.50 per day: first-class. P. Klein, proprietor.
KERCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber
Co., corner Broadway and Kansas street.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Cestoria.
WTwn the was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria
%hen she had Children, she gave them Oaatoris,
LOS ANGELES ITER ALP ; SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1893.
REDLANDS.
Sole* of Progress -The «u«rd'« Dance.
Personals.
Rbdlands, Jan. 14.—Work has begun
on the wings at the west ends of the
zanja walls.
Mr. and Mre. W. L. Whedon of Lob
Angeles are in the city looking for a
residence.
C. L. Dewey and family are expected
to arrive home from the east Tueaday.
F. C. Fryette has a new show case for
the display of his photographic work.
The lower end of the zanja is com
pleted, and the water will be returned
to its old channel soon.
The cement sidewalk from Water,
street to the Santa Fe track, on the west
side of Orange street, has been com
pleted, and adds much to the conveni
ence of the public.
Prospects are good for the paving of
Orange street from Water to tbe Santa
Fe track with vitrified brick. Interested
property owners are agitating the mat
ter earnestly.
W. Seaton, adjuster for the Farmers'
Fund Insurance company, is settling
the A. A. Courteney loss.
The Redlands Typographical union
has disbanded.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard White,
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pratt, Mrs. Parker,
Mrs. Culberteon, Mies Timmerman and
Mr. Chapman drove to Riverside yes
terday and viewed tbe beauties of that
place. Returning they passed through
San Bernardino.
I. L. Lyon has purchased 15 acres in
Crafton, of R. J. Waters.
Miss Marguerite Lloyd has returned
from a visit to Los Angeles.
N. A. Griffin of Fairmont, N. D., is
visiting C. M. Baxter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Baker are ar
arranging to go to Florida to live.
Geological specimens and chemical
apparatus have been supplied the High
school by the trustees.
W. W. Wilson of Riverside, known as
"Hon. Jethro Hitchup," will give a dis
sertation on reading at the Y. M. C. A.
hall January 24th, under the auspices of
the association.
The stone cornice only remains to be
added to tbe Maginnis block. Tbe
structure has been substantially but
very rapidly constructed.
The Redlands Guard give a social
dance at the armory on Thursday even
ing, January 26. It will be a strictly
invitation affair. Any member of the
company may issue written invitations
after having obtained them from Quar
termaster-Sergeant Henry Edwards, the
cojomittee.
Wildcat stories from Banning, rifle
episodes in San Bernardino, weather re
ports from Rialto and evidences of
activity in other neighboring towns are
knocking Redlands' improvement sta
tistics out of sight. Look out for a fake
from here soon. This place will keep
up with tbe procession at all hazards.
LONG BEACH.
Lack of material Causes Delay In Wharf
Building.
Long Beach, Jan. 14.—There is a
hitch somewhere in the wharf combina
tion, as with the exception of one day
work has been suspended in pile driving
these last three weeks. The schooner
W. F. Jewett brought down from Fuget
sound a consignment of piles to finish
with, but, owing to a misconception in
the order, the piles were found not to
come up to the requirements of those
specified for in the contract. The con
tract called for the completion of the
structure by the Ist of February, but the
delay now caused by the non-receipt of
material to finish with will make an ex
tension of time unavoidable.
Memorial services were held in the
tabernacle last Sunday, Rev. E. A,
Healy officiating, as a tribute to the
memory of Helen, wife of the well
known attorney, and one of our most
respected citizens, Mr. William Pollard.
The reverend gentleman was assisted by
the Rev. Thomas Gee of Toronto and a
choir, who rendered hymns befitting the
sad occasion.
Mies M. M. Fette returned from her
visit at Riverside Wednesday evening.
Judge Weed and Will Spears of Pasa
dena spent several days here this past
week.
Mrs. C. H. Ducommon viaited ber
place bere and stopped over night. She
waa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. March.
E. B. (Juehman of Los Angeles took a
trio down laet Sunday.
Miss Blanche Brown of Los Angeles,
accompanied by Will E. Place, spent
the day here last Sunday.
Supervisor Hay drove over the Long
Beach road district the fore part of jthe
week with a view to their future im
provement.
George F. Hirsch has been appointed
by Sheriff Cline deputy Bheriff for this
township.
Dr. M. L. Moore and Mr. Johnson of
Los Angeles called on Dr. J. W. Wood
of this place Sunday.
Miss Nina and Del Cuthbert of Los
Angeles spent a few days here at home
the earlier part of the week.
Miss Amanda Fetterman left for an
extended visit last Monday.
Misses Minnie Levan and May Mc-
Phee, escorted by Author Levan, friends
of Mr. G. W. Bond, from Pasadena,
were his guests, and lunched at the Fet
terman house last Sunday.
Mr. C. M. Wells of Seattle, of the
Wells Ruelle company, was at the Fet
terman last week.
The secretary of the Southern Science
association, Mrs. Mary E. Hart, paid
tbe beach a visit last Thursday.
Judge O. Buckley of Antelope valley,
a former resident of this place, made a
short visit during the week.
Robert Lee Douglas, a brother-in-law
of A. Miles of this place, and who lately
came here from Arizona sick, died this
morning at the latter's home.
TERMINAL ISLAND.
Another Wharf to Be Built—Other
Notes.
Terminal Island, Jan. 14. —A wharf
franchise of 1000 feet has been applied
for by the Terminal company east of the
Warriner wharf, Terminal island. It
will be used by lumber vessels to un
load on, and a lumber yard will be es
tablished on the island in connection
therewith. This island holds the key
to the Salt Lake railroad, which of ne
cessity must soon materialize, and then
keep your eye peeled for the busiest
port on the coast.
The railroad bridge at the mouth of
the river has been made secure by hav
ing a lot of brash planted on the east
end to keep the water from washing
around the approaches.
Great changes will be made, and
everything necessary to make this the
most popular resort in this part of the
state tor next season will be done.
Fennd,
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weight in gold. My hair has
stopped falling and all dandruff has dis
appeared since I found skookum root hair
grower. Ask yonr druggist about it.
POMONA.
Lordsburg and County Divulon—Local
Happening;!!.
Pomona, Jan. 14.—The truth ol the
report from the Ix>rdsburg correspond
ent that "the wiser heads (of that
town) consider it good policy for the
citizens (of that place) to kick against
connty division for the present," is
denied by J. E. Kindig, editor Califor
nia Advance, Lordburg.
He says the report undoubtedly orig
inated from the "Hon. L W. Lord" who
is referred to in the same report as "be
ing in town."
Several other citizens of our growing
neighbor, Lordsburg, have called in to
day to have us correct this misleading
statement and state that Lordsburg is as
unanimously in lavor of county division
as Pomona, and you know how we are,
good people.
THB SOCIAL CLUB.
The members of the Social Hour club
of young men held a business meeting
in the office of Howland Bros, last even
ing. (By the way this is where sub
scriptions to tiie Herald can be left, for
we occupy desk room bere), and decided
upon a vigorous campaign.
You will learn more about it when
you don't receive an invitation to the
future dances to be given, one being set
for tbe 20tb of this month, another Feb
ruary 10th, and on Washington's birth
day, February 22d, a Lady and General
Washington fancy dress party will be
given, at which all participants are ex
pected to wear costumes appropriate to
the occasion.
INSTALLATION of officers.
The W. R. C. and Vicksburg post com
bined forces and business with pleasure
last evening, holding an informal ban
quet in McComas' hall, at which place
the installation of officers took place.
Of the W.R.C., Mrs. Emily Brady was
installed president; Mrs. Ursala B. Til
den, senior vice-president; junior vice
president, Mrs. Caroline Williams; secre
tary, Mrs. S. M. Sweet; treasurer, Mar
tha Galbreath; chaplain, Mrs. W. R.
Cogswell; conductor, Mrs. *V. 8. Bai
ley, assistant conductor, Mrs. Jennie
Martin; guard, Mrs. Belle Holmes
Warner; assistant guard, Mrs. Sullivan.
Mrs. Sanders, the retiring president,
was presented with a handsome auto
graph album in appreciation of her past
services.
AN ATHLETIC CLUB.
The first steps (and hits too) toward
organizing an athletic club were taken
last night. Eight young men —Messrs.
Bert Shutt, Ulysses White, Alba Hurtt,
Bert Becket, Frank Mitchell, E. E.
Sweet, Mr. Salle and Mr. Pillig—met
together and talked the matter over. It
was decided to take the initiative steps
and fill a long-felt want —among the
boys at least.
TODAY'S CHURCH SERVICES.
Unitarian church services (McComas'
hall)— Rev. Sprague will not preach to
morrow. He has exchanged pulpits
with Rev. Thatcher of Santa Barbara
for two Sundays. Mrs. Sprague and
child accompanied Mr. Sprague.
Subjects at the Universalist church
Sunday morning: What Is Universal
ism? In the evening: The Certainty
of Punishment, under the leadership of
the Young People's Christian union.
Episcopal church — Morning prayer
and litany, 9:30 a. m. Subject of morn
ing sermon: Everyday Religion, an
Epiphany of Christ. At night tbe fourth
of the series of sermons on Christian
evidence of the divine character and
authority of the Scriptures will bs de
livered, the subject being How Do We
Know Who Wrote the Bible?
NOTES.
The old German shoemaker, Mr.
Pieffer, whose little old shop had to be
cleaned out by orders of the board of
health on account of his kleptomaniac
propensities, died last evening at the
house of a German family who befriend
ed him, southeast of the city. The de
ceased accumulated some wealth during
his residence here through bis miserly
way, and is said to own some property.
His was a sad case, and his death is a
relief to our citizens.
The Friday evening meetings at the
Universalist church are growing in in
tberest. Last Friday evening the sub
ject was Punishment, and the discus
sion was participated in by quite a num
ber of those present. The cases of the
rich man and Lazarus and tbe goats
sent away into everlasting punishment
were freely discussed, but the subject
was so interesting that the audience re
quested that it be continued until next
Friday evening for further consideration.
The Associated Press dispatch sent
from Pomona last Saturday about the
probable troubles on section 36, north
of Lordsburg, waß not exaggerated, all
the reports to the contrary. That noth
ing unusual did occur, is probably ac
counted for because that dispatch was
sent. Not only the wronged Eettlers
and land owners on that section were
ready to give any trespassers on their
lands an unpleasant welcome, but their
neighbors on adjacent land were ready
on a moment's notice to go to their re
lief. Signals for assembling were all ar
ranged. So says tbe Pomona Weekly
Times.
The new Sixth-street school building
will be ready for occupation tomorrow,
and the rooms will be occupied by eight
departments. In the first story, Miss
Ayer, sec nd year, will occupy the
northwest room; Miss Cromer firtt year,
the northeast room; Miss Parsons,
third year, southeast room, and Miss
Quinn, fourth year, southwest room.
Second story: Miss Peter, fifth year,
northwest room; Miss Farnsworth,
fourth year, northeast room; Miss
Brink, sixth year, southeast room, and
Miss Palmer, third year, southwest
room. When the building is completed
at the central grounds, Misses Peter,
Palmer and Parsons will be transferred
thither. The other teachers will re
main in the Sixth-street building.
Not from a Financial Standpoint
"I do not recommend Chamberlain's
Cough remedy from a financial stand
point, for we have others in stock on
which we make a larger profit," says
Al. Maggini, a prominent druggist of
Braddock, Perm., "but because many of
our customers have spoken of it in the
highest praise. We sell more of it than of
any similar preparation we have in the
store." For sale by C. F. Heinzeman,
222 N. Main, druggist.
Oood to Send Bast.
The 24-page New Year's Hebald is
the best paper to send to your eastern
friends. A full description of every
county in Southern California is given.
Also statistics of climate, cost of land,
prodncts, etc. Price, 5 cents per copy
in wrappers. For sale by news dealers
or at the Hebald office.
California Vinegar Works,
665 Banning street, opposite soap factory,
near Alameda and First streets, one-half block
from electric lght works.
Buggy robes, horse blankets at Foy's old re
liable saddlery house, 815 N. Los Angeles st.
SANTA ANA.
Real Kstate Business Increasing—Social
A flairs Notes.
Santa Ana, Jan. 14.—Our real estate
agents report real estate transfers as be
ing more numerous now than at any
time since the boom. The tiansfers be
ing made are mainly in country prop
erty, as people are commencing to real
ise the richness of our soil and tbe great
resources we have which are yet unde
veloped.
A NOT 11KB FOOT AACK.
Tom Morris, the Orange county won
der, is daily expecting the eastern
sprinter, Gibson, and that a race will
be made. Gibson is one of the fastest
foot racers in the world, and has been
for some time trying to arrange a race
with Tom Morris. There is also a run
ner at Anaheim who is in training for a
race with the Santa Ana man, so that
the interest in foot racing is likely to
soon be levived.
A DELIGHTFUL PARTY.
One of the most pleasant social events
of the season was the chartde party
given at the elegant home of "Mr. C. E.
French in this city laet ai ; ;ht. Nearly
85 invited guests were ; >• cut and the
charades were many and also new and
novel. A musical and literary pro
gramme was rendered which contributed
much to the enjoyment of those present.
A PLEASANT EVENING.
A pleasant invitation party, given by
Edmund Snow at the residence of his
parents in this city, was attended by tbe
following persons last night: The
Misses Falls, Pettis, Cartmell, Cross
myre, Mrs. Freeze, Mrs. Sinnard.
Messrs. Ballard, Bowman, Pettis, A.
Adams, Downs, H. J. Snow, Wall, Ed
Adams, Misses Ross, Howe, Hill, Daws,
Harlin, Williams, Lee, Smith, Springer.
Messrs. Kelly, Wilton, Hill, Arkland,
Shaw, Nickey, Watt, Insley and Fine.
BREVITIES.
A license to wed was today issued to
J. G. Godley, licensing him to wed Mary
Albrite, both of San Francisco. The
marriage ceremony was performed by
Judge FreemaD.
Madison Sweetser of Garden Grove
and Eva Rose of this city were married
in this city yesterday, Rev. H. D. Con
nell performing the ceremony.
The following is the programme of the
sacred concert at G. A.R. hall tomorrow
evening:
Voluntary—Organ and orchestra.
Hymn, Lord, What Offering Shall We Bring?
—Orchestra and congregation; scripture lesson
and prayer.
Aye Maria, Schubert—Organ and cello.
Hymn, The Light Pours Down From Heaven
—Orchestra and congregation.
Duet—Misses Koper and Kernodle.
Short address, Our God Is Hood-Rev. E. R.
Watsen.
Hymn, Our God Is Good in Earth and Sky.
Offertory—Organ and orchestra.
Hymn—Orchestra and congregation.
Benediction.
All the ohurches will hold religious
services today.
One thousand pounds of pumpkin
seeds were shipped east from this city
yesterday.
0. H. Huff received a letter today
announcing that the Los Angeles Bicycle
club would visit this city tomorrow.
The roadd are reported to be in excellent
condition.
The jury in the case of Ryan vs. Ott,
in which action Ryan sued Ott for $299.
gave a verdict in favor of the plaintiff
in tbe sum of $108.
The Santa Ana baseball club plays a
match game with the Couriers of San
Bernardino to morrow.
UNIVERSITY.
News and Personal Notes from That
Suburb.
University, Jan. 14.—MrB. Jennie
Perkins, wife of H. W. Perkins, the ex
pressman, died last Monday morning at
her home. The funeral took place on
Wednesday morning, Dr. Williams con
ducting. Tbe interment was at Rose
dale cemetery.
MiBB Gertrude Williams and Albert
E. Hiles of the London store were mar
ried last Thursday at St. John's Episco
pal church, by the rector. Mr. and Mrß.
Hiles will reside at 257 East Thirtieth
Btreet.
Mr. Peterson died of the glanders, con
tracted by working with a horse Buffer
ing from that disease, Thursday.
Daniel Neuhart left for a visit to Ohio
this week.
D. C. Porter, '93, has been compelled
to quit college on account of poor health.
Mr. H. W. Cummings and pupils gave
an orator cal entertainment in Univer
sity chapel Friday evening.
W. C. Wells will occupy the pulpit at
University church Sunday evening;
Falling Hair
Produces baldnese. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of skookum root hair giower
than a wig; beaideß, wearing your own
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
Good to Send Bast.
The 24-page New Year's Herald is
the best paper to send to your eastern
friends. A full description of every
county in Southern California is given.
Also statistics of climate, cost'of land,
products, etc. Price, 5 cents per copy
in wrappers. For sale by news dealers
or at the Hebald office.
|3|imples
S/ 1 The old Ides of 40 yean ago was that
fwl facial eruptions were due to a '-blood
Ei humor," for which they gave potash.
■B& Thus all the old saraaparillas contain pot
ash, a nauseating mineral, that Instead of de
creasing, actually creates more eruptions. You
hare noticed this when taking other Barsaparlllai
than Joy's It is however now known that the
stomach, the blood creating power, Is the scat of
alljv 1 1iatti ig or cleansingoperations. A stomach
clogged by indigestion or constipation, vitiates
the blood, result pimples. A clean stomach and
healthful digestion purifies It and they disappear.
Thus Joy's Vegctablo Sarsaparilla Is compounded
after the modern idea to regulato tho bowels and
stimulate the digestion. The effect is immediate
and satisfactory. A short testlmonia to con
trast the action of tho potash Sarsaparillai and
Joy's modern vegetable preparation. Mrs. C. D.
Stuart, of 400 Eayes St., 8. F., writes: " I have
for years had Indigestion. I tried a popular Sar
saparilla but It actually caused more pimples to
break out on my face. Hearing that Joy's was a
later preparation and acted differently I tried It,
and the pimples Immediately disappeared."
U 1 d Sarsaparilla
Largest bottle, most effective, same price.
Notice to the Public.
January 1,1893, the undersigned will open
for business at No. 232 Reqnena street, in the
shop formerly occupied by Lloyd Bros., where
we wilt de carriage and wagon work, and we
would like to have you call ana give us a trial.
Yours respectfully, J. DARBY.
12 20 lm A. M'DONALD.
ANAHEIM.
Orange Packers at Work-Local News
Happenings.
Anaheim, Jan. 14 —The Earl Fruit
company have commenced to pack or
anges at tbe Santa Fe depot bere. Chi
nese are doing all the work. The boxes
are stamped simply "Earl Fruit com
pany, California," and oaly the choicest
fruit are wrapped, the papers being
stamped like the boxes. Your corre
spondent watched the packers for a
while today, and must cay that the men
are not over careful in their work. It
seems that one party here is departing
from the "commission only" rule of the
packers this season, and has been offer
ing a guarantee of cents per box
for seedlings. This seems a very lo*v
price for our fruit, which is bright and
clean, almost entirely free from scale,
and of good size this year. Seventy-five
cents and $1 has been freely paid for
our oranges in past seasons, with the
exception of last year, when only 50
cents was realized by some growers on
account of a demoralized market and
iruit below the average. Our largest
growers have not yet disposed of their
crops, and are in no hurry to. believing
that there will be more competition, a
better market and better prices later in
tbe season.
Tuffres & Lynch have gone out of the
real estate business, while S. P. Bateß &
Co. have started up the same. It is re
ported that a new saloon will also soon
open its doors in this city.
Representatives of the German Thea
ter company of Log Angeles were here
this week making arrangements to give
one cf their performances in Reiser's
opera house the night of February 4th.
The Native Daughters are making ar
rangements to give a grand ball at the
opera house about the middle of next
month.
The Anaheim city band gives one of
its pleasing open air concerts from the
balcory of the Commercial hotel to
night.
Mr. and Mre. Thomas Ward have ar
rived here from the east on a visit to
their daughter, Mrs. B. V. Garwood.
J. R. Weeks has been here during the
week getting up new registers for our
hotels. '
A number of our teachers attended
the County Teachers' institute at Santa
Ana today.
The display of the weather signals
from the flagstaff over Cohen's store haß
been discontinued. Why is it?
Building is still going on at a satis
factory rate all around this city, and
loads of lumber and building material
pass through town daily.
Peter Arimond is displaying a new
spraying pump for soraving gardens,
orchards, etc , that works from a bucket
and throws a stream a height of 60 feet.
It the Bowels;
can bo made into a Tea for use in one minute.
Price Zoo., 50o.andSi iO l»>r package. <c
DTA BLI f\ Aa Elegant toilet Powder
Je\W JDsIW for theTeoth and Breath—-250.
Sold wholesale by HAA3, BARUOH & CO.
and retail by druggists. 12-14 lyr
" GLASS & LONG,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Aud General Bookbiuders.
N. W. Cor. Temple and New High St
12-7 Telephone ft.ss. 1 vr
_ DR. PRITCHARD,
Rectal, Female and Chronic Diseases
Wl£) ■ J Such as Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Constipa
WBppj?f||,ori tion, Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration, Insom-
I n ' a > Insanity, Paralysis, Rheumatism,
Skin Diseases, etc., etc.,
IgfjiPSry TREATED BY AN ENTIRE NEW METHOD.
JUgr*! Send for baok (free) which will explain fully how Chronic
i- diseases of all kinds are readily relieved and cured.
JBssT*Rectal Diseases CURED in from two to four weeks.
wr« Its hWW w - E - pritohard, m. d.„
v" 4fp9v7 »55 N. Spring st., Los Angeles.
Office Ffours, 12 to 4 p. m. Telephone 159.
HIGHLY IMPROVED
PAYING FAI (OR SALE!
Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with
Bmall cottage of three rooms for laborers; about four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 6 acres English Walnuts; B acres Winter Ap
ples ; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrants.
First-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
Apply at once to
JOHN DOLLAND,
8-10-tf 114 N. Beaudry aye., Los Angeles, Cal.
FURNITURE
We have a large and well-selected variety of new designs in Parlor, Chamber
Dining Room, Library and Hall Suits; are showing many antique patterns
in Chairs, Rockers, Divans, Tables, Writing Desks, Music Cabinets, Pedes
tals, etc., in Antique Oak and other woods. Fine tables in great variety.
/"« A "D'D'P'T'O AXMINSTERS, WILTONB, MOQUETTEB, VELVETS,
" BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY, INGRAINS.
We are now showing a choice collection of handsome Rugs ana Carpets.
These goods have been carefully selected and merit special attention.
nTTp« ORIENTAL, TURKISH, PERSIAN and SMYRNA,
ISPAHAN and B»ENNINB3TON ART SQUARES
A large variety in all sizes.
OURTAINS
An unusually fine assortment in Portieres, Lace and Silk Curtains, Sash
Silks, India Muslins, French Oretons, Flushes, etc.
Los Angeles Furniture Co
225-227-229 S. BROADWAY,
Opposite City Kail. Los Angeles, Ostl.
Brlngi comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment wh&n
right ly used. The many, who lire bet
ter than others and enjoy lite more, with
leas expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
ia the form most and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effeotually cleansing the system
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weaken
ing them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists iv 50c and $1 bottles, bntit Is man;
ufactured by the California Fig Syrtfto
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
paokage, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you Will not
accept any substitute if offered.
HOTEL TERRACINA
REDLANDS, CAL.
Now open for the fall and winter season
Appointments and service
first class.
Rates, $3 per Day and Upward
CAMPBELL T. HEDQS, Prop.
11-26 6m
KINGSLEY & BARNES,
ART:-: PRINTERS,
COPPERPLATE PRINTING,
WEDDING INVITATIONS,
VISITING CARDS, ETC.
2ii New High St., Fulton Bl'k,
Near Franklin St., ground floor. Tel. 417,
8 -10-6 m
I CJESAR & CO.,
INDEPENDENT
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
636 South Spring St., Los Angelas.
Telephone 1029.
Baker Iron Works
950 to 966 BUENA VISTA ST.
LOB ANQELEB, GAL
Adjoining the Southern Pacific Grounds. Tele
phone 124. 7-21

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