Newspaper Page Text
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY
ORANGE GROWKItS AND rACKEI.S
A Fine Prospect In View for the Citrus
Fruit People—Col. Davie Re
turns—News and Per
Riverside, Jan. 28 —The newly or
ganized associations —the Orango Grow
ers and l'flckers' Protective association
and the Riveißido Fruit exchange
promise to work wonders in the success
ful marketing of this season's orange
crop. The first named is an association
of the packers, the other of the growers,
of the valley. Much opposition was
manifested come time ego relative to tbe
manner in which the crop should be
marketed. The growers wanted a larger
price for their iruit, and the packers
were not in a position to grant any
heavier margin on the sales. The mar
ket for oranges was not — and
is not now —in a condition
to warrant heavy shipments.
The difficulty existing has been amica
bly settled by tbe organization of the
before-mentioned associations, and it is
thought that Riverside's orange crop for
this season will be far in advance in
price and quantity of any previous crop.
Up to laet evening the total number of
carloads of oranges shipped from here
this season amounts to 131, or 37.466
boxes. It will be seen by this that
shipments are not being forced upon a
COLONEL DAVIS E.'.Ck.
E. J. Davis returned last night from
Sacramento, where he went in the in
terest of the Riverside county bill, now
before the legislature. Mr. Davis says
that everything is favorable for the pas
sage of the bill. He came home with
the belief that we shall shortly be di
vorced from San Bernardino.
Tbe funeral of the late Mrs. D. 0.
Wilbur, who died at Yuma, took place
in this city this morning at 10:30
o'clock. She had resided here and in
San Bernardino many years.
Wayne McVeagh, the noted ex-Repub
lican leader, of Philadelphia, was in the
city yesterday, the guest of H. B. Ever
est. He is accompanied by his family,
traveling in a special car.
The rain came at a most opportune
time. Tbe precipitation of last night
and the night previous will be of almost
incalculable benefit, as rain was badly
needed in this section.
O. T. Dyer has returned from an ex
tended eastern visit. He now has a suit
on trial in the superior court against
the South Riverside Land and Water
Major Keppel, who has charge of the
Salvation army on the Pacific coast, is
in the city. Last night's demonstration
was characteristic of the major's work
in that line.
Riverside being a great lover of sports
and athletics, will have a long pro
gramme of amueements during the week
pt^Washington's birthday. The list so
The Epworth league of the San Diego
district will hold its annual convention
in this city some time next month. It
is probable that Bißhop Goodcell will be
present on that occasion.
The services that havo been held at
the Congregational church during the
week were brought to a close last even
ing. Rev. Mr. Norton preached the
final cc: mon.
A number of the Riverside wheelmen
will ride to the foot of Box Springe
mountain tomorrow, climbing to the
aummit for lunch. The local 'cyclists
had intended going to Pomona, where
they were to meet the wheelmen from
Los Angeles and take lunch together
but the rain prevented the trip.
Miss Mamie Russell has gone to On
tario to attend school in preparation
for missionary work. She expects to
complete her education in Chicago and
will be sent as a missionary to foreign
fields. The expenses of her preparation
are assumed by the Young Ladies' Mis
The various societies of Christian En
deavor of the city churcbeß will hold
appropriate Bervices tomorrow evening
in i ommeruorstion of the establishment
of the Eociety.
Kew>, Social, Personal and Business
Pomona, Jan. 28—No doubt it will fall
pleasantly upon the ear of all to hoar
that the boys of company D aro to give
another dance. The affair is to come
offTuecday evening at Armory Opera
The solidity and the aseured success
and financial standing of the Building
and Loan association, which was organ
ized among home people here a short
time ago, became apparent to the re
porter's mind today, when he was shown
Us list of share holders, as it was noticed
all tbe responsible and leading men of
the place had affixed their names thereto
for shares of Btock.
Rev. L. W. Sprague has received an
-offer from the Second Unitarian church
of San Francißco to be its paslor. Mr
Sprague refused tbe offer on account of
tbe success attendant upon hiß ministry
here; however, hi ß congregation, in ap
preciation of the advantage such a call
EOBBBBses and of tbeir beloved paßtor,
aye urged bim to reconsider the mat
Mra. O. Sweet left for Los Angeles
this morning for a short stay.
R. F. House was a passenger to Lob
Angeles on this morning's train.
Mr.Charles Clark traveled for Los A
ngeles for the day on business.
Harry Howland arm Ed Moore an
nounced their intention today of leaving
this afternoon for Rincon for a duck
M. J. Simpson and Len Claiborne
boarded this afternoon's overland lor
Mr. D. Simpson of Los Angeleß was
out to Pomona today.
Mr. Semour Finney, Judge Finney's
father, Miss Finney and Miss Vinton
arrived on this morning's 6:28 Santa Fe
overland from Detroit, to epend the re
mainder of the winter. They are at the
A couple of weeks ago we made men
tion of the double calamity which befell
Dr. and Mrs. Little (tbe death of the
doctor's brother-in-law and tbe death of
The prudent housewife and mother makes it
» rule to keep Dr. Bulls Cough syrup in the
bouse. She has tried it before, and sue we I
mows that when her little ones have croup it
rill surely cure them. *
' '. f
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1893.
Mrs. Little'B mother within a day or two
of each other), but it seems we only pub
lished one chapter after all. Mre. Little
was on the train which collided with an
incoming passenger train at Chicago, on
tbe 13th inst., and was one of the
wounded, liaving one rib broken, an
other one cracked, and waa otherwise
bruised. At last reports she was doing
as well as could be expected under the
circumstances. The doctor is wondering
what will be the next casualty.
The Day of Prayer for Colleges—Notes
About Local Affairs*
University, Jan. 28.—Last Thursday
wae set apart by the colleges ol the
United Stateß as a day of prayer for col
leges. Consequently the University of
Southern California dismissed all school
work ior that day and instituted in
stead divine seivices. Early in the
morning neighborhood prayer meetings
wera held among the studentß. At 11
o'clock r\. m., Rev. F. M. Larkin of
Central M E. cburch preached to tbe
students f,om tbe text, Consider Your
Ways. His address was a practical ap
plication to every-day student life of
tbe great priiciplea of Christianity, and
wbb an interetting discourse.
In tbe afttrnoon Prof. A. Hardie
preached, taking for the text of hiß ex
hortation : Renember Now Thy Creator
in the Dayß ol Ihy Youth, While the
Evils Days Come Not, Nor the Years
Draw Nigh When Thou Shalt Say: I
Have No Pleasure in Them. A testi
mony meeting was held after this ser
vice, and the general secretary of the
Y. M. C. A. of Riverside, was leader.
In tbe evening, Dr. Campbell of
First M. E. church preached.
W. W. Widney is building a fence on
Jefferson street on the site of the foot
ball grounds, preparatory to the erec
tion of a residence thereon.
Now that the University athletic
grounds on Jefferson 'street are to go to
make way for the oncoming boom, it is
in order for tho faculty of the university
to provide the students with a suitable
ground at come central point as an ath
letic grounds. The students must have
exercise to mingle with their studies;
it is but right that they should be pro
vided with a place of their own for
sports. There is talk of asking the fac
ulty for a portion of the campus for
such a grounds, but eerioua objections
present themselves against the wisdom
oi such a step. We must have an ath
The UniAersity and Olive football
clubs are pitted against each other for
next Saturday, February 4th.
An athletic association has been
formed among the studentß. F. N.
Lapham, Mies Lura Whitlock and J. A.
Gray have been appointed a committee
to draft by-laws aud constitution.
The studentß ot the college and acad
emy will contest for supremacy in ath
letic sports at a field day which will be
held February 25th. Events will be
A Southern California Intercollegiate
Aathletic association iB in process of
formation. Pomona college, Chaffey
college, Occidental college, the Univer
sity of Southern California and probably
Throop university will be repr sented.
A conference was to be held Saturday,
and the XL 8. 0. delegates were E. E.
Moll. TmP SrTTtap
ham defeated G. R. Curran, 6-4, 6-2.
The contest for men's singles will now
lie between Mr. Lapham and Prof. Paul
Arnold, of whom the latter will easily
win the prize.
The editorial board of the college pa
per, the Rostrum, had a pleasant Bocial
time at the home of D. C. Cook, corner
Adams and Figueroa Btreeta, on Friday
Tbe Oratorical aesocsation of the col
lege elected officers thia week. Presi
dent, R. G. Van Cleve. "J4; vice-presi
dent, L. R. Garrett, '95; secretary and
treasurer, H. Shaw. '94; executive com
mittee, Miss Minnie Cook, '93, E M
Pallette, '94, Mies Kate W:naus, '94
and VV. H. Pinney, '98. The local ora
torical contest will be held in March,
The college of music will give a con
cert next month.
Prof. F. A. Bacon has been elected a
director in the Apollo Musical club of
Two new blacksmith ebons have be
gun operations here in the past week, J.
C. Tulk at Murdock'e milla and Mr.
Tucker near the postoffice.
A brancu of the W. H. Perry lumbar
yard has been established at University
O. B. Read, assistant superintendent
of tbe Pacific Gospel Mission at Los An
geles, haa taken up his abode in Uni
versity place. He is occupying the Bnf
house on Thirty-seventh anil
Walter r<. Maben has moved into this
community, living on Goodner avenue.
A Young Lad cc' Foreign Missionary
Bociety will be organized at the home ol
Mrs. Oliver, corner Hough and Thirty
seventh streets, on next Friday evening.
All young people are invited, not bar
ring young men.
Work haa been suspended on the
eewer, on account of the recent rain.
Wesley avenue and Jefferson atreet re
semble a country juet swept by a Kan
Wator Company's Stockholders' luleet-
Anaheim, Jan. 28.—The annual meet
ing of stockholders in the Anaheim
Union Water company is being held
today ior the election of a board of
directors to ser"e for the ensuing year.
It is expected that very nearly the full
vote will be represented, aa parties op
posed and in favor of the irrigation dis
trict have both been working hard to
The board of directors of the irriga
tion district met in adjourned session
yesterday and transacted business laid
over from the last regular meeting. It
was decided to open the new bids for
purchase of bonds on Friday next, Feb
Judge Wilson of Los Angeles was in
thiß city yesterday in attendance at the
irrigation district meeting.
President Myers of the Security Sav
ings bank of Los Angeleß was here yes
terday looking into the matter of the
Mr. Theodore Witte, brother of Mayor
Witte ol this city, is here from St, Louis
on a few weeks' visit.
A boxing match of 10 rounds, between
Wm. Kennedy of San Francisco and
Prof. E, W. Lymburner, well known
here, is announced for Monday, the oth
prox., at the opera house.
ITall'B Vegetable Sicilian Hair Sencwer has
restored gray hair to its original color and pre
vented baldness in thousands of cases. It will
do co to you.
LONG BEACH THANKFUL.
A LONG LI»T OF BLESSINGS FOR
A New Wharf for Terminal Inland.
Flying Fish Annoy Fishers on
the Wharf— Personal
Long Beach, Jan. 28.—There ia a
sweet little cherub that eita up aloft,
looking out for the interest of Southern
California this year, sure 1 A bountiful
and generous supply of rain, when most
needed; stock wallowing in luscious,
nutritious grasses (down in this section
at least); San Pedro selected as the
place for the deep sea harbor; our
Steve elected United States senator; the
Herald enlarged and improved ; civili
zation getting in its fine work, even
amongst the Republicans—for which we
are duly thankful—and the national ir
rigation congress to meet at Los An
geleß, shows that the cherub that pre
sides over this great section is in a
yielding mood, and with munificent
abandon is scattering prosperity all over
this Italy of America.
The piles that were too abort to use in
our wharf have been hauled to Terminal
island, and will be made uee of in tbe
wharf that the Ganahl Lumber com
pany will build at that island.
This place haa become noted as a win
ter sanitarium not only in tbe interior
of our own Bunny southland, but away
back in the land of blizzards its fame
has spread and there are now here
refugees from Wyoming, Colorado,
Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois and, in fact,
from all the states. The Coloradiane,
especially the Denverites, are very par
tial to Long Beach, and it is dollars
against snowballs that Denver push and
capital will yet matte Long Beach the
best known and most famous seaside
resort and sanitarium, winter and sum
mer, on tbe continent.
Our eastern visitors who winter here,
especially the ladies who n/o a little
timid, are annoyed whilst fishing from
the end of the pier at being bombarded
and hit by flying fish who apparently
don't like to have their domain intruded
upon by anything in the shape of a
wharf. However, a net wire fence en
closing the end of the pier will do away
with that nuisance.
Long Beach and its beautiful environs
is receiving more than usual attention
at present from outside capitalists who
have an eye to the perspective, aud who
are now here in person or by agent,
seeking investment. Thursday several
gentlemen drove over from Santa Ana,
examining the lands tributary to thiß
place with a view of establishing a beet
sugar factory, and Friday Captain Ward
of Sau Diego, representing a steamboat
company, came here and wiil try to get
wharf facilities for hiß steamship from
the board of trustees, which meet to
Mrs. Helen L. Bullock of Elmira, N.
V., national organizer of the W. C. T.
U., bad a large audience to listen to her
eloquent address anent the evils of alco
hol last Sunday evening at the taber
~ r . , ..... su wuiorrow,
Monday, to Pasadena, to be preßent at
the golden wedding of the reverend gen
tleman's parents, who live in that
charming city of orange groveß.
Long train loads of lumber have been
all the week hauled over the Terminal
from the island to Los Angeles.
For the five days ending Friday were
registered at the Fetterman house:
Henry Scobel and wife, James Fox and
Miss Annette Fox, Peter Swamson and
daughter, Dakota; Mr.and Mre. Edward
Peters, Duluth, Wis.; Chae. Eppinfcr,
Los Angeles ; Mrs. Richardson, Pennsyl
vania; Mre. Helen L. Bullock, Elmira,
N. V.; C. W. Bend, Los Angeles, aud
Thomas Cody, wife and children, St.
P. A. Martin of L-?s Angeles who re-
Bided here a few years\ago, visited the
old place last Sunday.
Dr Hamilton aud mother of North
Dakota, old friends of Rev. Mr. and Mre.
E. A. Healy of this place paid them a
brief visit Thursday.
Professor Conant of Pasadena spent a
few days here thia last week.
Mrs. Frances Baright of Los Angeles,
president of the Long Beach branch of
the W. C. T. U., presided over an inter
esting meeting of the above here Tues
Shipping Mai tors-Kvents and Arrivals
at the Hotel.
Rkdondo Beach, Jan. 28.—The
steamer Eureka, Captain Leland, left
San Francisco on schedule time and is
due here early this afternoon, but a dis
patch to Superintendent Perry of Re
dondo wharf advises that her arrival at
this port will be delayed several hours
by consignments to be taken on
at way ports, destined to eastern points
via Redondo. Her shipment of mer
chandise from San Francisco for Redon
do was 35 tone.
At a regular meating of the I. 0. For
esters, Redondo Court N0.525, January
24th, 11. H. Venable was unanimously
elected secretary of the court, vice
Tommy Maher, resigned. During the
sessions of the court a charge was pre
ferred against the late Chief Ranger W.
N. Perry for tailing to observe the regu
lations of the order—the wearing of the
proper badge of the order. A motion
was made and passed that an elegant
badge be presented to the ex-chief
ranger, which was then and there pre
sented to Mr. Perry as a token of the
high estimation in which be was held
by the members of Court No. 525.
A large and fashionable card party
was improvised in the parlors of the
Redondo last evening, which resulted
in a season of enjoyment to all present.
The game of speculation was mostly in
vogue, and resulted in many valuable
prizes to the victors. The playing was
kept up till 1 o'clock, when a lunch was
served up to the party. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. Woodwortb,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson, Mrs.
Hanchette, Mr. and Mre. Cary, Mrs.
Cary, 0. A. Brant, Mr. and Mrs. smith,
Mrs. O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Schloaa and
many other guests of the hotel.
An interesting lecture will be dcliv- I
ered by the Rev. J. N. Elliott at the city I
The Most Pleasant Way
Of preventing thegrippe.colds.headaches
and fevers is to use the liquid laxative
remedy Syrup ol Figs whenever the sys
tem needs a gentle, yet effective cleans
ing. To be benefitted, one must get the
true remedy, manufactured by the Oali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only. For sale by
all druggists in 50c and $1 bottles.
ball, Sunday, January 29th, at 3 p.m.,
hie subject being Men Before Adam.
Mr. Ed Price, tbe expert seine fisher
man, has made the moat successful haul
today ac yet reported, having secured a
beautiful bride in Los Angeles, and will
return with her to his sumptuous apart
ments in Martin villa thia evening.
Martin Villa is doing a flourishing
business, aa tbe house ia completely
filled with guests at thia early stage oi
Arrivals at Hotel Redondo are: R.
Silverman and wife, Arkansas; F. H.
Ludovici, San Francisco; C. W. John
son and wife, Portland; Dr. L. A. Cran
dall, Carl J. Crew, Loa Angeles; John
I. Redick, Mrs. Sentglander, Geo. M.
Redick, John F. Coad, Omaha.
Arrivals at Ocean View House are:
H. S. Harland, Riverside; Jas. Ger
ahply. Thos. Wantly, Los Angeles; R.
S. Samuels, San Francisco; Geo. Bal
uster, Misa Baluster, Kansas City;
Roger Stimson, R. R. Gentry, San
Diego; Henry Hellman, Cincinnati.
A Very Pleasant Showing of New Build -
Pasadena, Jan. 28.—The Star thia
evening prints a resume of tbe past
year's building operations in Pasadena
and immediate vicinity.
The report shows that in the neigh
borhood of 130 buildings, consisting
mostly of residences, have been erected
during the past year, at a total cost of
$477,000— certainly a aplendid ehowing.
Judging from present indications the
amount of building that will occur dur
ing the coming year will far surpass the
Mr. M. W. Penrose ia sojourning a
few daya at Wildomar, San Diego
Mr. and Mrß. Allen Dodsworth enter
tain their friends next Tuesday evening
at their beautiful home on the west side.
Two new recruits were mustered in
the Phil Kearney camp, Sons of Veter
ans, last evening.
Invitations are out for a musicale at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Rob
erts next Monday evening.
Prof. N. N. Riddell will lecture at the
M. E. tabernacle Monday evening next,
taking as hia subject Blunders of Life
and the Mistakes of the Age.
The city delinquent tax list as pub
lished in this evening's Star ahowß a
marked falling off in point of numbers
aB well aa amounts over last year's list.
Tbe time set for the Bale is on and after
Monday, February 20th.
Pasadena office of the Hkrald, No. 16 West
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip
ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of
the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail
way. Bates $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mo-
MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA
BLE, rear of post-office. Safe and stjlish tarn
outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 66.
C. GARIBALDI, dealer In wines, liquors,
cigars and tobacco, also canned goods. Bast
Colorado street cor. Chestnut avenue.
COOK & ECKOZA, general blaeksmithing.
No. 15 Union street.
G. S. MAYHEW, real estate broker, 20% West
Colorado street. Loans and investments.
M'DONALD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans
and houses for rent. Bargains In houßes and
ranches. 7 East Colorado street. 1
tmmtihfMM: iPduVss "south
Fair Oaks avenue. Mean, at all hours.
• HOTEL GKBKN-Eleotrio lights, steam heat
ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod
THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and
Washington; first-class family hotel.
LOS ANGELES HOUSE, corner Colorado
street and Delacey aye me; transients. $1 nnd
*y$?„??£ ela "- P- Klein, proprietor
KKR'.'KIIoFF-CUZNKR Mill anS Lumber
Co., corner Broadway and Kansas street.
News Notes from tiie Infant Wonder
Rkdlands, Jan. 28.—The Facte fund
for the relief of Mra. Cook baa reached
Judge and Mrs. George E. Otis enter
tained a party of friends Thursday.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Castro died Thursday.
Geerge W. Meade of San Francisco is
George Silviera & Co. will move their
fruit store from Water street to one of
Phinney'e new buildings.
Carson & White are putting in a nur
sery depot on Citrus avenue.
Two lots in Redlands V ew tract have
been purchased by George Redway of
H. H. Daniels. Price, $600.
E. S. Libby has sold two lots on Ca
jon street for H. H. Daniels at $700.
Buildings will be at once erected upon
Ex-Oovernor John P. St. John, whose
name is recalled vividly in the obitu
aries of Mr. Blame, is in the city, a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fackler. Mr.
St. John is accompanied by bis wife and
Mrs. Parcells of Los Angeles. The ex
governor will speak at the Methodist
church Sunday evening.
The cemetery association will endeav
or to meet Monday at 3 p. m. at the
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Savse of Colton
have become residents of Redlands.
James Garrison haa 35 feet of water
in a well 147 feet deep juet completed at
It Grows Apace Under the Santa Fa'a
The Santa Fe Railway company has
made a special effort since its advent
into Southern California to develop the
shipment of vegetable from this part of
the state to eastern points, particularly
The result haa been large profits to
both the railway company and to ranch
ers. Chief Clerk Henderson of General
Manager Wade's office yesterday gave a
Hkbald reporter some interesting figures
about tbe growth of the traffic.
For the year ending December, 1891,
the company shipped east 1,027,000
pounds of vegetables; for the year end
ing December, 1893, thia was increaeed
to 2,500,590 pounds, or an increase in 12
months of 1,503,500 pounds. The in
crease amounts to nearly one-half as
much again as the previous year's total
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of skookum root hair grower
than a wig; besides, wearing your jwn
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
You Can Bave Money
By purchasing hardware, plumbing
goods, agate-ware, bar-fixtures, cutlery,
stoves and tinware at the W. 0. Furrey
company, 150 to 165 North Spring st.
luggy lobes and horse blankets at Foy's oft
table saddlery house, 313 N. Los Augeles st.
SANTA ANA NEWS.
THB WORLD'S FAIR COUNTY DI-
A Good Balance on Baud for the Big;
Chicago Show—Jamea Johnson
at Last Gathered In.
Santa Ana, Jan. 28. —A meeting of
tbe Orange county world's fair directors
was held at W. S. Taylor's office this
morning, with President Bundy in the
chair, and Mines. Lawton, Mills and
Edwards and Messrs. Bundy, Taylor,
Ford, White, Wall, Pritchard, Hillaker,
Staley, Collins, Hill, Joplin and Mansur
Following ie a atatement of tbe finan
cial condition of the Orange county
world'e fair fund: County appropria
tion, $4444; amount expended, $1584,03;
balance on band, $2859,97.
CATTUBED AT LAST.
The festive Jamea Johnson, who aome
months ago came to this community
and succeeded in obtaining money from
several of our citizena under false pre
tences, haa been captured. Marshal
Nichols had sent photographs of John
son to the different police officers in
Southern Oalifornia, and Santa Monica
ia where he waa arrested.
Mr. and Mra. J. S. Rice have re
turned after an extended eastern trip.
Eighteen hundredths of an inch of
rain fell laat night, making 3:3 dof an
inch for the season.
Mr. and Mra. B. TJttley are the happy
parenta of a baby girl, which arrived
George' E. Foßter of Redlands waa in
I. Young left today for Prescott, Ariz.,
where he will remain.
The Ministers' association will meet
at 11 o'clock Monday morning. Rev. Mr.
Healey will read a paper on Church En
Mrß. Wight man haß retur ned from a
visit to lowa.
THEIR NEW WHARF.
The Southern Pacific Glvea'a Board of
Through the courtesy of J. M. Craw
ley, assistant general paesenger and
freight agent of the Southern Pacific
Railroad company, about 50 members of
the board of trade enjoyed an excursion
over that company's line yesterday to
the old Santa Monica canon, for the
purpose of inspecting the company's
magnificent pier and wharf now being
built at that point.
A special car for the accommodation
of the company's guests was attached to
the regular afternoon train. An enjoy
able ride waa had, tbe country appear
ing especially freah and green from the
At the wharf the gentlemen filed out
and examined, witb much interest, the
many parts of the giant structure.
WV*r**S t A~*ißto tha -'water" 'that
they might climb out to tbe
end by the two large piledrivere. A
stop of over half an hour was made at
the wharf, and another stop waa also
made at Santa Monica proper. While in
the car at this place W. 0. Pattereon,
the president of the board of trade, pre
sented several resolutions expressive of
the kindly feeling of the people toward
the Southern Pacific railroad for its re
cent courteßies to them.
M. L. GrafTin moving the adoption of
tho resolutions made a ehort address.
Mr. Crawley replied feelingly and in
dorsed Mr. Graff'B thought that the
merchants and the railroada ehould
The topic of conversation while re
turning to the city waß of the enterprise
of the company as embodied in the
wharf. One of the purposes of the trip
waa to convey to the board an idea of
the volume of buaineaa that will within
a Bhort time be done at the wharf. In
this point the railroad company cer
Headache and Dizziness,
FBiqcjht Causes op apoi-lexv and Dun.
Miss.—The most recent aud pr .found re
searches in this direction by specialists have
developed conclusively that the above disor
ders frequently result in death or permanent
disability, Jir. Miles' Restorative Nervine is
the greatest remedy for either of these appar
ently insignifleaut causes. Nothing approaches
it in nu-iir. Mrs. W. K. Rnrns of -outh Bend,
Jnd.. who had suffered from constant headache
for ihree mouths, was cured by it. Ihe daugh
ter of Daniel Myers Br-cklyn, Mich , had been
insane for 10 yeara*and was having from 15 to
io fits a day. Nervine cured Kerof both fits
and iusaniiy. sold on a guarantee by 0. H.
Hance, 177 N. Spring. Get a book free.
Again to the Front.
R, Cohen, formerly of the well-known Vien
na bakery, is once more iv business and is lo
cate at :140 touth spring street, where he is
conducting a coffee and lunch room and where
he will be pleased to see his many friends and
the public In general.
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zobelein's LRger. fr sh from tho
brewery, on draught in all tho principal sa
loons, clolivered promptly in botiles or kegs.
Office and brewery, ill Alisost. Telephone 91.
Cncamonga Wine Agency.
We are now prepared to furnish families with
fine old Cucamonga wines and brandy; alsi
flne old northern dry wines. 313 iiorth Msin
st, Downey block. Telephone, 520.
American OU Company.
Three hundred shares, one fourth of the en
tire capital stocv, for sale at »? 2.50 per share
Apply ,o A. B. X., room 19,119 J« Soma (spring
streot. Los Angeles.
Visiting Cards Engraved
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 762,
Uto GgRMAM Family Soap
'I j|l A DELICIOUS
for all forms of ,
restorer, and health
will cure you.
J. C. CUNNINGHAM,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS,
130 South. Main street.
Opposite Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles.
Orders called for and delivered to all parts ot
the city. 11-33
It's just like a man
To say that his wife can't make
as good bread as his Mother did.
Will Rive you the great advantage
which his mother had, and besides,
bread made with this yeast will
help bring back his boyhood's
digestion, ensuring his enjoyment
vr <i,c icst ot your cooking also.
Get Magic Yeast at your Grocer'j. it is
always GOOD and always READi*.
m vie Yeast Fact .ry has .ecu rebuilt, and
all jobbers, r.tailers and consumers can buy
all the Magic Yeast they want. California
j ibbers have a fresh stock. It your dealer has
no Magic, please send me his name and ad
are»s. v. w. GILLKTT, Mfr..
THB STEWART HOTEL, at San Bernardino,
* 'al., is about to i)e rebui t. Proposals will
be received from responsible b"tel men for Its
lease for a t rm ot years. Parti* » securing
lease vill be cousulted regarding the interior
arrangements of tho hotel Apply to or ad
dress J. o. B RT, Pres't,
1-29 tf San Bernardino, Cal.
17,640, Kace Record, HIM,
Will stand for public BHrviee the season of
1H93 at our farm, Lot Nietos, Cal.
Teims: $jo cash, or approved note, at time
of serv cc. All nitres bred by the Beaton, with
nimal return privilege. All mares at owner's
r hk, as we wu] rot be responsible for accidents
or escapeß. Good pasturage, or fed hay If de
sired, at reasonable terms.
d-w 1 1 2m SANCHEZ BROS., Owners.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
rplIE FIRM HERETOFORE BXI-TLNG UN-
J. der thu nam" and style of Bossier & Alex
ander, doing business at No. 2ti24 South Main
street. In tbe city aud county of Los Angeles,
state of California, is, this 28th day of Janu
ary, 1893. dissolved by mutual consent, Frank
A. Alexander having purchased the entire Inter
est of Theodore Bossier iv the concern, to
whom alt hills due the said firm of Bossier at
Alexander are to be paid, and who will pay all
bills which the said Bra. owe
FRANK A ALEXANDER.
(Witness' signature.) N. Sherman. 1-29 3t
C. F. HEINZEMAN, -
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St,, Los Angelea.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
ilvht. m 22 tf
lili-Mtlfy Yours.irnlll, liu.ln. v. oard.
Rend „,.,!„ soiraddriu,, ,) «»„,„,,; ~„.
v. 10,,,, f„r valnuble hirbrmutloß re
in.rjflnt ,llcc-. MTRAI4JIIT MM
A 1.1, « urn ■|~„„1,.„,.,. rillltl||i|lir«T
Addreiw s,, tf OI c, IUIcAUO. ALL,