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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY
IKE RAYMOND i1M.1,1: Vt WITH
An Ercurshin Which Arrlred Y'eater
lay—A Police Court Case—Lo
cal Mews Matters
Pasadf.na, Jan. 31.—The capacity of ■
the Raymond promises to be tested to
its full limit. The following large ex
cursion arrived today from Boston : 1
Mrs. Wm. A. Abbe, New Bedford, Masß.; j
J. W. Abbot, Forge Village Mass.; Frank
0. Albee, Melrose, Mats.; Miss Maude
E. Allen, Nashua, N.UVs Mrs. M. E.
Alvord, Bath, Me.; Mrs. J. Armstrong
and maid, Philadelphia; Mrs. Sarah W.
Baker. Miss Jennie W. Baker, Buffalo J
Mra. J. M. Barnard, Wesfford, Mass. ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beekman and maid,
Mias 0. A. Beekman, New York ; Miss
Jennie F. Bigelow, Northampton, Maaa.;
Mre. Ole Bull, Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs.
John T. Bush. Miaa Josephine T. Bush,
Niagara Falls, Mra. J. C. Butler, Bes
ton ; W. S. Chenoweth, Davenport, la.;
Mr. and Mre. George T. Chester, Mrs.
Thomas Cheater and maid, Buffalo;
Misa Rosalie Childs, Hyde Park,
Miies ; Norman Cole, Glen Falls, N. V.;
Mr. aud Mra, D. 11. Daniels, Brookliue,
Maea.; Mrs. Haunah Durham, Green
wich, N. V.; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. For
rest, Philadelphia; Mra. M. T Kcrter,
Newport, R. I.; Charlea H. Frost,
Bpringvale, Me.; Frederick B. Frost,
Portland, Me.; Miss Froat, Norway,
Me.; Mr. and Mra. George W. Gay,
Boston; Miaa 0. A. Grant, Syracuse,
N V.; Wm, B. Greely, Cambridgeport,
Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. J. R Greer, er.,
Wheeling, W. Va.; Mias E.Y.Greer,
Wheeling, W. Va.; Mies Helen Harris
and maid, Woohiocket, R. I ; Mr. and
Mra. Edward Hartley, New York; Mrs.
Anna C. Hawley, Hartford, Conn.; Mra.
R. Hitchcock, Wlnsted, Conn.; Mrs. L,
F. Hotohkiss, Redlands, Cal.; Dr. L. S.
Hotchkiss, New Haven, Conn.; Mr j .
T. S. Hotohkiss, Oakland. Cal.; E. L.
Howard, Hingbam, Mass.; Misa
Annie A. Hubbard, Wheeling, W. V».;
Mtss E. P. Hubbard, Wheeling, W.
Va.: Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Hurd, Burling
ton, Ont,; Mrs. O. D. Hunt Wiusted,
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. o'isN Jones, Mies
Mary E. Jones, Wm. F. Jones, Baton ;
Mre. Enoa S. Kimberly, New Haven,
Conn.; Dr. and Mre. J A Lippiucott,
Pittsburg. Pa.; Mrs. Ward Lockwood,
Ottawa, III.; Mr. and Mre. M. M. Mar
shall, Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs. George
Marston. Springfield, Mac" ; Mr. and
Mra. T. 0. Pane. Chicopee Falls, .Maas ;
Miss Mary (j. Parker, Wellesley, Mass.;
Mra. Enoß Parsons, Northampton,
Masa.; Mra M. E. Pan Ii son, West Hart
ford, Conn.; Mr. and Mis. t. W. Pette
bone, and maid, MatterL A Psttebon*,
Niagara Falls; Wm. J. Potter, N>-w
Bedford. Maßa.; Miaß Annie R.
Pratt, Boston; Mr. and Mra. Charlea
Pray, Mont Clair, N. J ; Mt«jS
.Mice A. Bsaee, Arnold's Mills, R
1.; Miss C. P. Remington, Baltimore;
■Atritrns,-' .;tds. PahtagH
SS /res, Brooklyn, N. V ; Mrs. Wm. J.
Sayres, Br oklvn, N. V ; F W. Schlim
per, West Roxhtuy, Mass.; H. C Setire
Roxbury, M.'ss.; Mra A. E. Shapleigb
Cambridge, Mass.; Miss Belle Shaw,
Mrs. S. E. Shaw, Philadelphia; Mr
and Mrs. a. StOwell, Miss E. Stowell,
Boston; Mies Minnie L. Thomas, Hud
mi N. II.; Mr. and Mrs J G. Thorp,
lambridge, Mass.; Mie> Nettie Walker,
tUdubon, la.; Ml. anu Mrs. W L
Farrrer, Sunderland, Mass.; Miss M v
rebster, Mrs. Thongs Webster New
wville, Masa.; Mrs: E. M. Wood, Pitts
FOR DLSTI'HIIINa TIIK PHACI3.
the case of the People va. Charleß
.•kins, charged with disturbing the
.-•ice, came up before Justice Mcrriam
Ihe defendant was represented by
,(i Roesiter, while the people were,
1 is usual in Pasadena junice casts,
jot represented at all.
A jury uf nine wa« impaneled, as fol
lows : George Richardson, J. 0. Russell,
(t. M. Boßton, George Schmldi,Clarence
Martin, Tillman Hohson, William
Holmes, At Allen and D Dennii. The
defense set up a plea that the defendant
did not create the disturbance, but that
the racket was raised by his family at
Ihe time, and a verdict of not guilty was
found on th;ee peculiar grounds. It is
most unfortunate that the number ol
teputies allowed the district attorney is
10 limited as not to fiilow a representa
tive of the people at such cases. It is a
pell-known fact among our Justices that
It is next to Impossible to secure a con-
fiction where the people have no repre
sentative, as is this ca?e with pi] the
!eseer criminal cases iv the Pasadena
THE K. 0. T. M. INSTALLATION-.
Pasadena tent No. 1, Knights of the
liaccabees, installed the following cf
icers laßt evening: Past commander,
3. W. Jackson; commander, Daniel
Dennis; lieutenant, commander, A. L.
EYtrie; flii3iu-H kcpper, ». O, Prince;
record keeper, J, 8 Glssscotsk; chaplain,
Heman Dyer: Phy., 8. P. Hwearipgen;
isrgeant, w. 11. Conrad; master at a ,
lobn Plant; Ist M. of G„ W. H Kor
itian; 2i M. of <i., J. I) B plev; Ken.,
T. A. Wagner: picket, J. K. Kelly. Tbe
lent is in n very prosperous condition.
Cbe Pasadena tent was the first organ-
Fesr.'le.i'arruee o! the Ha*AU>, Ho 16
joloiado*treui AdVerHaementa and subscrii.
lopsieci iTcu. *
ST. Mil KOI, VS. half blocr from terminus of
*• Lot Aiifeley, i-&»rdcna and Glendale rail
say. Kale* 98 to tJT per week. Miss I. Jlc
.ain, proprietor .
MOKUAN'S L'VERY ANII POARDINO BTA
iU£, roar of pou-oraci;. Kate ami e\\ llsii turu
uts at reasonable price?. Telephone 60.
C. GAKI ALDI, dealer tn wines, llQuors.
hears and tobacco, also tanned goods. Mast
lolorado street cor. Chestnut, avenue,
COOK A. K.IKvZA, general bUuksmlthinz.
Jo. 15 l/nion ■trees,
O. ». MAVHIW.MaI esut? broker, 201s Wen
Joloiado street. uiaus and InvaStui<nu!
M'iiON A U>,» ROoKM*CO., real estate,loans
md houses for rent. Bargains lv houE«s aud
ranches- 7 Ka»t Colorado street " "
ArtTHOB H. PAIJIKIi, 1). Jj a
re in,., fcldrldga building, Pasadena
MERCANTILE LUNCH HODS*, 32 Sonth
'air Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours
»!OTEI ORKSN-Eleclrlc lights, steam heat
ro, hot and cud water, elevator, nud all mod,
era iinpiovtiTient*. v
THE I'AI.N'iKR HOTEL, fair Opks and
W aahiugton: lint-class la ml v hotel
LO-i ANGfcLBB EOuSM, corner Colorado
Hreiraiut Ue.'acey aye mo traiwients SI ana
|fl,Bo per .i : rtr.i class, p. klcln Vr,>i •,. ' •
Co., comer Broadway aud Kimn street.
Bora robes snd lorse b anleta at Foy'a old
reliable si udhry hour, ilB K. l.oa Angelei tt
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MCNING, JANUARY 22, 1893.
<zf(\ in the state and has progressed in a
A dret-elaBS orchestra is among the re
cent acquisitions of the order.
DEATH OF MISS HATTXI CHASE.
The death of Misa Hattie Crane oc
curred laat evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mre. E. C. Webster, on South
Raymond avenue, from consumption.
Miae Cranewsaayoung lady of a moat
lovable diapositiou and she had greatly
endeared hereelf to a large circle of
friends, who will be deeply grieved to
learn of her death.
Funeral eervicea will be held from the
residence tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon,
at S o'clock. The remaina will be sent
to Jeraeyville, 111., for interment, ac
companied by friends.
The Pelphi Chautauqua circle will
meet at Miss Bovnton's house on North
Maringo on Monday evening. An inter
esting programme hai heen arranged.
The Power ol the Croaa will be the
pubject of Rev. Garvin's sermon at the
Christian chapel tomorrow morning;
in the evening, Unbelief the Harder
A concert ia being arranged to be given
next- Friday evening at the Univeiealiat
church for the benefit of the choir fund.
Protcßsor Kyle will have charge and an
interesting programme is promised.
Mr Wm. Waller will give a reading
at the Chriatian chapel on Monday
evening next. A small admission will
The M»ringo-avenue Chautauqua cir
cle will meet next Monday with Mrs.
.lohueon, 141 North Loa Robles avenue,
following ia the progrumum: Lesfou in
| Greek hiatory, led by Miss Ell* G.
Wood; reading, In Ruins. Miss Roaa
Allin; 'eseon in Calliae, Miaß Christ;
vp'iai inueic, Mrs. Ailin; contest in
United States ami foreign powere, Mr.
Stevens ; crit ; c, Miaa McCluckin ; quo
tations from Homer.
The funeral services of Mrs. Ward,
mother of Mr. W. C. Stuart, were held
at the residence on South Loa Robles
today. Rev Dr. Hall of All Sainte'
Episcopal church officiated. Tbe re
maina were Bent east on today's over
land, accompanied by Mr. W C. Stuart,
hia brother Robert and sister, Mrs.
McKay Smith, who recently arrived
from Nt-w York.
The Shakespeare clnb met this after
noon iv the Conservatory of Opera
rooms. An excellent programme was
rendered, consisting of a review of Span
ish literature by Mrs. Braddook, a paper
I'tititler! Culderon and Pope de /egaby
Mrs Rind, and an interesting digest on
Spanish Legendary Lore by Mra. Bau
Au Espoditlim to lh llliai net IslMldfi
IvEIKNDO Beach, Jan. 81.—Captain
George E rle, aa supercargo, ia fitting
out nn expedition to sail from thia ]iort,
•Vedneeday morning, which ia of more
than ordinary interest in the c'inmunity.
Having chartered the strain schooner
Hetiy of San Pedro, he proceeded to
secure supplies and the following hardy
and trusty crew : Gent, captain ; Brah
man, first mate- liillv Taney, purser;
■ ~ i v! vwi: o\-loeie-antlot KrvifcieuiHule
thence to the Sants, Ciuz and Santa
Rosa islands, in the Santa Bai hara chan
nel. Tbey will he fitted ont with com
plete fishing abd camping outtita, In
cluding comruissarv Mores aud cooking
Uteneile, in view of a trip of it monih or
more for exploring the varioua islands,
hunting anil tishmg. An important in
centive to the enterpriee ie the develop
ment of the abalone shell trade, which
ia becoming of considerable account of
late, both on thia coast aud in the east
.Mr and Mr?. W. T. WatUina of Min
neapolis are guests cf Mr and Mrs. Sib
ley of Redondo. Mr. VVatkvna ia now
manager of the Sioux Fast Freight line,
heaiqnartere at Minneapolis. Aa thia
i» the quietest part of the year Mr. Wat
kine ie taking hie vacation. Mr. and
Mrs. 0. S, Jonea and Mrs. VVelde of
St. Pi'.ul are alen guests of the gibleye
at their cottage by the sea. Mr. Jonea
is a conductor of long standing with the
Chicago. Milwaukee and fit. Paul rail
way. These visitors are all old friends
and associates of the Sihleye in Minne
apnlia and St Peul.
Mr. L. ilngel, representing the Harry
Unna company of San Francieco, visited
Mr. J Q, Koop of the house of Lievre,
I licke ii Co. of San Francisco, ia spend
ing sometime in our burg.
Harry Venn, the jeweler, haaremovsd
his stock from the Ocean View house
! and taken a fine store room for bis bust*
nesS in the Heiber block, opposite the
Snnia Fm depot, where he can enlarge
The steamship Santa Rosa, Captain
Alexander, reached her moorings at this
port at 1;45 this morning, landing 2-10
j tone merchandise and 20 passengers for
Redondo. She proceeded south at 8
a. m. today.
The steamer Roniln arrived in port
thia morning with a cargo of 4000 Backs
ot heane for Chicago and St. Louie, ar.d
1200 cases oil consigned to Los Angeles.
Agent Penis of tbe P. C. S. 8. com
pany, accompanied by hia family, were
visitors at Redondo today.
Arrivals at tbe Hotel Redondo Rre
Miss Jeannette T. MoOook, v. s. A ;
MISS N Lynch, city; Mr. at-d Mrs
George A. Alden. Mist: Alden, Master
D. P. Alden, Waterville, Me. ; J M
Methvin, 1). McFatland, Loa Angeles'
•'oseph R. Walker, C. A. Walkei, Salt
bake city; L. Eugiel, Sun Francisco; J.
O. koop, Alameda; H. L. Drew end
wife, San Rernnrdico; Miss Looun Har
rison, Grand Rapida, Mich.; M. P
Packard, Prescott, A. T.; Mra. A. Il'
' Arrivals at the Ocean View houp.o are
H. E. Lockett and wiie, Pasadena- W
L. Dodeon, f;i Monte; J N, Jackson
Riveraide; H. Dartlett, E. S'.all'olbach
and wife, Loa Angeles.
Parenting Future misery.
II there is, In this vato o( tears, a innr» pro
line source of misery than the rheumatic
winge. we bare yet to benr ol it. People are
born with » tendency ,„ rheumatism, just ss
tluys c with oneiocnniiinipiiou ortoscrolttla
Slo.hi pauses may develop this, .-s soon nit tho
■goaialnt eojjinialnt manliatu itself, recourse
should be bsd to Hoitetter'S stoma h Piip-rs
whlon caeoks its iuriher Inroirds end banishes
the ri cumiitie pniHuu from the svsl'Mn Ti's
statement tallies exiotly with the* stlmony of
physicians win, have eu yloyeii this flue b1n.,,1
deeiir in lv ibeir private practice, There is
also Ihe amplest rrnfcaalnnai ittul general icsli
uioin aa to the efficacy ol the Hitteis for mala
Ha. liver complaint, ccuMipaiioii. IndtKostloii
ktdnay trouble, Menroaaeess and lass o/«p ~'
Ilia and flesh, After a welling, whether lol
lowed bl a'Old or ont. the m.iHrs isu-efuia*
■ nn vvnlire i 1 the It itlal attack of ihsuma-
California Vinegar Works],
f.!>s Banning stroot, oppgeiM soap factory
near Alameda and Kirnt streets, one-rial/ block
liom electric lght works.
THE YVOIIK ON >HK UIO PIER TEM
New Material Ordered— Every Incli
euti'-n or a l'r« "prions B£»
--son— Personal mid
Long Brack, Jan. 21 .—There will he
a "hir.tns" in the completion of the
wharf, aa work has been suspended anil
the wharf builderß havo gone back to
San Francisco, and will not return here
for a month or more. The reason is that
the last shipload of piles were found to
be a "misfit." The structure now pro
jects nut In the bay 1400 feet, and It will
tßke 200 feet more to make a finish.
There is a well settled opinion among
our people that the structure will prove
a great attraction and be the means of
drawing to this beautiful placo that
large class of our beat people who are
inclined to aquatic Bmusemcuta. It is
the yacbtinan'e ideal racing course—a.
magnificent expanse of water, just swell
enough to be exciting hut never dan
gerous, and breeze enough to speed the
yaehtßalopgatags.it that ia only lim
ited by tbe amount of canvas carried or
the nerve of the skipper in commund.
Fishing from the end of the pier is ex
cellent, and many tnccnlent rock baas,
ahcpphead and rock cod have been
"taken out of the wet," und their flavor
has been pronounced by our expert local
gourmefa as the finest in tho world.
The Columbian year promir.es to he
one of prosperity lor onr farmer! and
orchardiets. Realty is in demand and
thousands of ucree are planted to tbe
cereals, and fruit, deciduous and citrus,
having pseaed the strge of experiment,
ia now being planted by the otchardista
in quantities that will shortly, by their
income, asauie them » competence.
The Kteltey plume raised in this sec
tion represent the county in the Chicago
exhibit, and our lemons are beauties,
with more juice and better ilavor than
lemoua raised eleowhere.
The nursery stock Del been in great
demand all seaßon, F & Butler baying
ahipped thousands of youngtrt.es to the
iuterior to tupplv the want.
The Long Beach court ot Foresters in
stalled the fobowing officers Tuesday
night, at their hall, ou Ocean Froni i.v
enue. These i fhcers were Sleeted a'
their semi annual election c few nights
previous. Appended Is a list of those
elected, with rank of office: M 0 il -
man, L P ; L. A Bailey, 11.I 1 . O R ; A
B Boswell.' - R ; O. W. Casaboon, V
C R.; W S. Kingsbury, F. S;< i. 8
Trowbridge, E 9 ; J B. John, treasurer j
Giorge F. Vaughn, chaplain; •!. W.
Wood, l'hys.; Joe Mo-gan, H W; \
Owens, J. W ; F A. Dean, 6. B,; X D
hinder, J. B ; delegate- 10 high court,
Will F. Sweeny and <•?. F. Vaughn; ..I
termite delegates to high court, VV. S
Kmuehurv and C W. Cjsabopn.
Immediately alter the installation tin-
Grand Orients convened and took in li
new members. There wore some bigl
jinks after the Witlatlon-c-dancii::
muse and supper. Tho low Orieutl
were much inipre sed at thi' splendor oi
- iUiu! js.. 1 O. n niiif
nignaut smil* permeated the wholi
building, and the goats pranced arouui
like things of life and seemed to en jo]
An entertainment will soon he [:iver
in the Tabernacle under the atop: so
the Indies of the Long Bf-sch chapter o:
the Epworth league. The prc-r mmi
will tie musical and literary, With tab
Joe and Walter Chnnslor, If H. An
derson of Loa Angeles, Floyd, Hqj i a; ,i
A. A Goodhue of this piece killed lt'7
•lucks in their day's hunt the lir.it of the
Mre. E. R. Threlkeld, Mis. ,T. J>. Jack
eon, daughter of the editor ot the
Breaker, and Mrs. Bnrgoyne of Topeka,
Kan , were the gueatß of Mrs. William
William A and Charles Galer of Los
Angeh-s were down vieiling their par
Mr. Ileary Mooro of Dakn'.a Was bert
this week with a view of hnvip-r land
on which to colpnizt- 100 families, lb
will he here agi-in. Westward the
course of empire takes its way.
Mr. V>'. A. D Cooper, a noted capital
ist of Denver und his wife spent a few
days litre at the town villa. They are
iv love with the place.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Francieco. mother
and sister of Loa Angeles were the
guests of M r . A. H. Wood on Trier .v.
At the Fetterman houee wore regis
tered for the week ending Thursday,
the 20th: Darby Laydon, San Fran
cisco; Mrs. Phoebe Mosf. Mra. Hannsh
Qreening, Miss Alice Dunamnre, Mary
S. Ilodgius, D-:iv»r, Col. ; C. M. Wells,
S-attle, and KthelSnowdenuiid mother,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mieß Fremont, daughter of the late
Mujor General Frsmont, was hereon
Thursday with a vi» w to eecuring a
pHaceof lesidence. She was the gueat
of Mias M. M. Ftttp,
M:sb Helen L. Bullock of E'mira. N.
V., national organizer ot the W. C.T.U.,
lectures here tonight (Sunday) in the
tabernacle. It will he under the aus
pices of all the churches here, and
should be well attended.
Tho Plnus of ttio Southern Pacific-News
Santa Monica, Jan. 21.— Today will
be p. great mid-winter Sunday ana will
undoubtedly witness a large number of
visitoiß, the attractions being many.
Of course tbe, new mammoth wharf ol
the Southern Pacific will be tbe first
Mecca of nil, who, after «n inspection,
will then undoubtedly hie them to Eos
ert&Hopf's pavilion aud enjoy good
living, afterward taking in the blaoki
their boomerang exhibition at the
The Southern Pacific magnates were
hero on Friday last and Submitted their
plans for the general beautllylug of tbe
bluff and the Construction of a mam
moth hotel here which will vie with
Hotel liel Monte.
There is no doubt that the people of
the town will hereafter receive much
help from the Southern Pacific and
Jones and Baker, aud I for one believe
that they should receive their just- duel
in sayii g so, and receive all sic) possible
iv the (load cause. Win nwe have the
largest and finest wfearf iv the world,
a matchless park from one end of Ihe
town to the other on tbe ocean bluff, a
matchless hotel of our own open every
"Menu belt-v." Mr. Thomas Bo.rkler.wit
iiiK f ramlue iron works. JCi in si.Troy, N. v..
»»>i "l'r. Uuil « Oticti -yrup is ono or the
Duost cr.ush syrups ior co.ds. jiao* better. 1
slwnyi use It,"
day in the year, the ranch subdivided
ai d sohl, then every one will agree with
me, and the day is not far dietant.
The change of control of the First
National bank here, which has been
previously chronicled in the Herald,
was culminated on Friday last by the
"lection of Mr. Robert Jones as cashier,
vice E. J. Vawter, who resigned, when
the Vawter stock, amounting to $25,100,
waa transferred to Senator Jones, who
baa alao purchased $0000 worth of stock
from Dr. Bagg. Mr. W. D. Vawter alao
reeismed aa preaident, vice-president L.
R. Vincent acting as president until the
24Lh InSt , when the animal meeting ol
Stockholders takea place. The water
company's office haa been transferred
to the bank, and the ranch office to the
room iv the rear of the bunking room.
Mr. Werthen, owper of the St. James,
ia having the f-vored hoatelry, to man'a
enjoyment, greatly improved. The
building ia rained two feet and the in
side thoroughly overhauled, much to
Mr. Orr's, the hospitable landlord's,
Tne members of Fort Fiaher post, G.
A. R., give a bean feast and camp tire
on tbe 27th at Steerea' opera house.
W. T. Gillia is having hia new quar
tera in the Keller block, which he will
shortly occupy, litted up in princely
Odermau Bros, are fast completing
i laying of the cement sidewalk on
(li can avenue from the Santa Fe to the
6 ntbem Pooiflo depots, and making a
good job of it, too.
News Notes from the Infant Wonder
Redlands, Jan. 21.—Dr. Braineid has
closed his dental office and taken a cot
tage on Owen street.
A social of the Epworth League takeß
place at the residence of Mrs. T. B.lnch
at Brookeide avenue thia evening.
A culvert is to he put in ou Citruß
avenue at the corner oi (Jhurch street.
The paving over the Orange-Street
zsnja bridge ia to be completed by Feb
w. K. Mendenhallol Blake & Menden
hall has withdrawn from the Arm, and
will return to Waoo, Texas,where he haa
been < U'ertd a position,
The Hon. Bill Nye ia expected here in
Miss Bertha K. Reynolds will lecture
at the Methodist college on January 23 d,
m the, afternoon on Improved Dreee, in
the evening on tihalteapeare'a Henry
.1. A. Rivera's half-brother, Lewifl
West, a lad of 12 years has disappeared,
and it is thought ha'i started on an at
tempt to go round the world.
'Ihe solution of the sewer problem is
the building of a system by special tux
and extending the main sewer from
Fourth street to tho sewer farm, defray
ing the expense from tne general and
sewer itiiule. The two sewer systems are
to meet at the Water atreet main, and
theuce carry to tbe farm.
Mr. F. P. tpTeserve, tbe trustee ap
pointed to ascertain the cost of a hook
and ladder track house, reported to the
board that it suitable building 24xodcau
be built for fIOSO, and one can be rented
for il2 per mouth. No action was
: -uAmfrmM b - rn establißhed by
Water interests h-re are said to have
Increae'ed in value 30 percent in the last
The city will accept a de?d for'and
grs.de it strip o: land 7'j feet wide from
the property of George Rsdway, Tho
ground will he used for a sidewalk.
0. Wj Greene, financial iigent of the
Bear Valley Irrigation company and the
Alesandro Townrite company, ia in the
0 I ith n parly of moneyed men, look
in,; over the interteta of the two corpo
Redlands court No. 1221, I. O. F., a
flourishing vmmg organisation here, haß
received its charter, aud the following
officers have been installed: E. A. Boa
drenu, 0. D. H. 0. R.; A. Edwards,
O. R. ;A. S. Taylor, V, C. R ; W. L.
Johnson, 1!. S.; 0. M. Wilder, F. S.;
iW. T. Shewart, Treas.; C. 8. Bowles,
Chap.; E G.Maxwell, S. W.; Louis
Doty, J. W. i Samuel Wright, S. B.;
: John Benson. J. B.
The Facts fund for the relief of Mre.
(look has reached the sum of $70. The
total desired ie £120.
Tho zi.nja bus at last been returned to
I its old and enlarged channel, and Water
street will be relieved of the flume now
emharraesing travel there.
A horse, which was supposed to hnve
the glanders and which has been tbe
cause of some trouble here, was ex
amined by Dr. Wise, the county veteri
m-.rv surgeon, today. Ho ordered the
Advices from Governor Markham,
commander-in-chief of the National
Guard of California, asenre the mem
bers of the Redlands guard that that
company will be mustered into the state
service. The company is now one of the
strongest numerically in the state and it
ie distinguished by a Steady persever
ance in recruiting and driii that has
compelled recognition despite the em
barrassments attending an independent
existence. Not the least clement tend
ing to ita SUcqeSS has been the splendid
esprit do corps which actuates every
man and maliea every effort in any di
rection result in euccess. Inspired by
the cheering news from headquarters
the ofticrs p.nd men are recruiting with
redoubled energy and care ia being taken
to keep the percentage of attendance
im to the proper notch. The beneficial
St upon health of drill and exercise
are recognised by the young men here
snd m«ny join for the setting-up fea
tures alone, the knowledge ol military
regulations being alao an inducement.
Ihe cotnpanj de iresabout 15 more men,
which will make it the strongest com
pany in the state. Th ise desiring par
ticulars with a view I.) joining can get
full information from Captain Dies,
Lieutenants Prescott and Drske, Ser
geant iiigbsy or any of the members.
Vkkt J' inn:i» Results.—The terra land
slide usually <•«•»»•<.•>•» intelligence el disaster,
wh- reby umuy are tilled, but this tim„ |t p,
us-mI to insitntc the ennrmnim sales ol Dr
Miles' BeMniatlve Nervine, a remedy that 1«
daily envluK ILe. lives ol ihmisai ro. who are
tuflVrlng In m ucrvous disorders. Heme* ral
pPation, mavoiis prostration, headache, back
ache, ►piu.-l diseases, hysteria, ill eireots ol
spirits,,-, iitr. lon ol mire!, etc.. ami i mlds up
tn - loan ■urprisiatly. Brown it si atu'f,
L'oriJand, M. T., say ono imtient used ui-rvin
sad i: lined 16pounds'-r flesh. Hold by 0. il
Hance, tbedrusclst 177. N. riprlug street, on a
tiuarmileo. Get a book free.
Again to the Front,
p.. nohen. formerly ol ihe weU-in/vwn Vien
na bakery, ls oruie more Id business and is to
i ate at aid outh Hprlng street, whcreheis
ci n a ca IV v r.iio lunch room and where
he wtu'bo pleased m sei! his manj Menus and
Ihe public in general.
The Beat »"tl Cheapest
Tailoring Con at 164 South Spring sireot.
Alterations, dj sing and eleauipg; niiafll c otu
lug buttgu:: rep tiring neatly done.
A SCORB OF TRAMPB SUDDEKLY
INVADE IHK CITY.
Bnir or Them Lodgod la Jail—The
Beater Divorce Case Cornea to
an Sod — Local Hap
Santa Ana, Jan. 21.—About 20 trampß
swooped down upon Santa Ana yester
day, and before nightfall several of them
were in the city jail. The gang was
composed of aa tough a lot of men as
could well congregate, and made life
aiserable in the vicinity of the depot.
Thirteen of the hobos, with a good eup
ply of beer and wine, went into camp
near Moore & Son's warehouse near the
Santa Fe depot, and had a grand time.
There are now 12 tramps serving out
sentences in the county jail, and they
have a good time, whiling away the
hours in card playing and singing. They
have lots of fun, but it Bhould not be bo.
A chaingang ehould be organized, and
these worthless fellowß should be made
to go to work.
The marriage bonds heretofore exist
ing between August Reuter and Mrs.
Reuter have been severed, not by death,
but by the iron hand of the law. For
four days past thia case haa been occu
pying the attention of the Btiperior
court. Mra. Reuter, who now resides
at Los Angeles, was formerly a resident
of this city and in the halycon dayß of
the boom "was well supplied with the
goods of this world. She was tho wife
of a much respected farmer living near
•his city—Mr. August Reuter. Mr.
Reuter has a good farm and his wife
sued him for a divorce and alimony. He
brought a counter charge and for a long
time the caße has hung dre in the courts
of thia county. It was concluded last
night when Judge Shaw found that Mra.
Reuter was not entitled to a decree and
granted a decree to Mr. Reuter.
likes the "herald."
Brother Dan Baker of the Standard
sayß of the recent improvement made
in the HiiKALii: "The Los Angeles Her
ald of Sunday came out with a new
lo ad, a new drees and a new style. It
is progressing and shows signs of the
properitv it deserves. It is anblimely
Democratic and should receive the en
couragement of tbe party all over the
state." the people of Santa Ana evi
dently appreciate the Herald too, for
its subscription list ia rapidly increas
The Brenot divorce caße will he tried
E. R. Watson waa made a citizen of
the United Statee today.
All the churches have eervicea tomor
row aud some very intcrestinz sermons
are to be preached.
Tie editors ot Orange county met in
the Blade i ffioe thia alternoon and con
cluded the business of the Editorial as
The Ministera' association will con
vene at c) lurch on next
w iU read a paper on Church Entertain
mente. Other important business will
come up relative to tho state conven
A Variety or New* and PeraoilHl Matter
Pomona, Jan. ill.—Mr. J. J. Manley of
the agricultural implement firm uf that
name yvaa a pasaenger to Los Augeles for
Mr. Chaa. Clark, the baker, will, on
February J st, remove from his present
t|uarters to the unoccupied room in the
Oxarart block, recently vacated by Pot
ter's restaurant. The loom is a large
one and splendidly located on Second
street, next door to the drug firm of
Pierce & Robbius.
The third hop given by the Social
Hour club this season took place laat
evening at the Palomares hotel; while
the number present was not so large as
on previous occasions a merry time was
had by all who attended.
J.S. Eatiu, E. M. Keller, H. How
land and L. Howland took a drive to
Richard Gird's racing atables, at Chino,
this afternoon to view and admire the
well-known horaeo of theae stables. Mr.
Eatiu ia here from Lexington, Ky., for a
lew days and is a warm admirer of first
Mr. J. Bowyer ia again back in our
city, this time to stay, ac be haa ac
cepted the management, of the branch
house here for a large Riverside orange
packing company. Mr. Bowyer ia well
known by all of our fruit mon of thia
valley, being here a season or so ago in
tbe interest of Strong & Co.
Mra. W. 0. Liscomb gave a delightful
afternoon tea yesterday at which were
present Mmee. E M. Keller, W. A. Bell,
VV. D. Mortor, George Egan, l)r Arm
strong, A. M. Logan, and Misa Allen.
Mias Cora R Fillmore oi Los Augeles
was a visitor iv Pomona today.
Miss Irene Dudley of the Los Angeles
normal BChool arrived upon the morn
ing train no from Los Angelea, to remain
Mra. M. J. Simpson of Pomona, Mias
Annie L. Ledbetter and Mr. and Mra.
W. C. Filmore of Los Angelea made np
a party passing through here today for a
dav'a visit to Redlands. Mr. and Mrs.
Fillmoie were former residents of this
Mrs. T. D. Leslie has been quite ill
the past week, but is now improving.
Lee Cathcart was in the city a few
days this week visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell of Sheldon, 111.,
aro in Pomona.
Dr. B, A. Jandon, wife and two chil
dren arrived last Sunday from Palmyra,
Mo. They are friends of Mr. J. L, Over
Mr. I). E. Trexler and family arrived
in Pomona from Washington, 0.. i.bout
10 days ago, with a view to making a
-Mr. Isaiah Hixson of Luzerne, la., is
on hitj annual visit to Pomona. lie
owns considerable property inCalifornia,
and has a high opinion of v good orange
T. A. Whitmoie, assistant general
freight agent of ihe Snnta Fe. and other
eastern railway officials were chaperoned
about Pomona on Thursday by Agent
H. H. Vincent of tbe Santa Fe.
James T. Taylor, C. E , now of River
side, was in Pomona Monday. He is
well and favorably known in this city, i
He is now engineer of the Riverside Im- :
provemeat company. He stands nt the
head of his proh scion.
George W. Whitney, eFq., sheriff of
Penobscot county, Maine, arrived os
Thursday evening. He has a lot o:
friends in in Pomona who cams from
Mb town, Bangor.
Episcopal—Communion at 9 a. m.:
morning service at 11 o'clock, subject:
Reflected Light of Christ. Confirma
tion services will be held at 7 p. m. bj
Bishop Nichols. Everyone invited.
Unitarian—Morning service at 11
o'clock, Bermon by A. J. Wells of San
Bernardino, wbo will fill tbe pulpit in
absence of Rev. Spragne who is in
Presbyterian—Morning service at 11
o'clock; evening service at 7. Rev.
Baptist—Morning service at 11
o'clock; evening, 7. Rev. Pendelton
will assist Rev. Bennett at both ser
Methodist — Morning service, 11
o'clock ; evening, 7. Rev. Cory, pastor.
(:i.ri st inn — Morning service, 11 o'clock :
evening, 7. Rev. Dowling, pastor.
Epworth League Social — The Football
University, Jan. 21.—The monthlj
social of the Epworth leagne was held
Friday night, at the home of Mrs. Cool,
whose hospitality la always enjoyed. A
large number of young people wera
present, and a truly sociable time wae
bad. These sociables are especially
commendable as being the means of
keeping up tbe true neighborly friend
ship among our people.
Active steps for tbe organization of a
University Athletic association, to enter
the Southern California Intercollegiate
Athletic association, have been taken by
the students. A preliminary meeting
was held this week, at which nearly the
whole school, including tbe ladies, were
It is expected that the University
football club will contest with tbe Olive
club, on February 4th. Following is tbe
reorganized club: John Gray, captain
and full back; Sidney Ouinn ana Ed
McCombs, half backs; H. Martin, quar
ter back; A. B. Embree, center; H.
Cummings and Garton, guards; J. Rog
ers aud Hi lion, tacklers; J. Tucker, an«
Greeley Bentley, end men. A largi
number of substitutes have been se
cured, in case of the death of the wholi
or any part of the team, in a game.
W. H. Davis, nephew oi ex Bupervisoi
A. E Davis, who is studying law at
Berkeley university, is visiting relative!
in this place.
Next Monday evening the college ol
music will give an entertainment in
University chapel. Prof. Wendell
Schiel, teacher of music in 'he Cincin
nati, O , public schools for 25 years past,
will give a lecture in conjunction with
the concert. Mrs. Wright and daughtet
of Cincinnati, 0., and Prof. -F. A. Bacon
will assipt him
Mies Ellen Emery of Boston, Mass.,
one of the two senior(itaa) young ladies,
is back again in tbe university after a
lengthy visit to her parents in the baked
Profeesor Hitchcock, son-in-law of
Rev. A C. Williams, has moved to
\ Claremont, where he will occupy a pro
' SW!*****? in -"bft college. .
The blacksmith shop which bas been
erected tbe past week opposite the uni
, versify will be moved from its present
position to the northeast corner ol
Wesley avenue and Thirty-eighth street.
It looks eomewhat like a large slice ol
the coming business boom had already
struck this corner of Los Angeles.
News Notes from the Sun-Kissed Ter-
Tucson Star, January 20: Tbe Elec
tric mine owned by E. Rochester is re
ported to be a very fine mineral propo
sition. Some of the ore runs enormously
high—sl2,ooo a ton in spots—and tbe
average is quite rich. Mr. Rochester
has 115 sacks in town now.
The Antelope mill will start np next
Monday or Tuesday. It will be run lor
13 hours a day for a few days, after
which it will be run nights as well. The
company have 0000 tons out or in sight
—enough and more for a year's run.
The mill is the came as used by James
Finley in the Hermosa, and run out 6000
tons a year there.
Star, January 29: From Oro Blanco
and Arivaca country Robert Leather
wood, lately returned, reports the bes;
mining district in Pima county, and
good range with small atock losses.
The Austerlitz mill will be in readi
ness for operation abont February
15th. The mill will have a 20-stamp
capacity; it is a centrifugal mill. Abdut
500 tons of ore is now on the dump.
Tbe Ragnarock mine is undergoing
developments, and improves constantly
with greater depth. About 250 tons of
ore is now out or in readiness for re
The crew of the Yellow Jacket mill
are now getting up wood. The mill will
start up again as aoon as sufficient wood
supply is obtained.
Cattle are in good order. P. R. Tully
iB now having rounded up a shipment
of 406 head for California. The sale ls of
2 year-oldß and are undeestood Jo have
brought $0 a head.
Prospector, January 18th: James
Pyatt, a prospector well known in Ari
zona, has struck it rich in tbe Sierra
SJadre mountains in Sonora. A corres
pondent of a new Mexican paper gives
an account of hia find which makes him
out a several timeß millionaire. He dis
covered a "lost mine" which produces
gold nuggets the size of a walnut and
sheetß of native eilver the size of a din
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