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Ilarence I>oby Charged With Attempt
Ing Bapo- Local Matters.
Bkdlands, May 24.—This city ia all
torn up over an attempted rape tbat oc
curred late last evening. Clarence Loby,
a resident of this city, 18 years of age, is
charged with having attempted to com
mit rape upon ?. well known end re
spected young lady of about 15 years of
age, wboave name is suppressed ut the
request of the girl's parents. Both fami
lies are well known and highly esteemed
in the community. Tbe two fainiließ
live in the southern part of tho town
and are on intimate terms of friendship.
Young Loby and the girl have been
keeping company for some time. Last
evening about dark they went ont for a
walk, the young lady never suspecting
her escort's base intentions, When
they reached a secluded spot the young
mRn threw his intended victim to the
ground aud attempted to accomplish his
pnrpeee. The girl, however, struggled
violently and screamed, and this fright
ened Loby, who beat a retreat. The
girl went heme and told her parents of
the occurrence. The father searched
for the youthful rape fiend, and failing
to find him this morning swore out a
warrant for bis arrest. Loby has not
been seen since. As he did not go home
last evening be is thought to have left
town, but is believed to be in hiding
near tbe city. He had no money, and
therefore tbsy do not believe be has got
far away. He is described as dark coni
plexioned and of medium hsighth.
BISHOP DISC HA RQ KD.
Yesterday afternoon young Bishop,
who was arrested last Friday on a charge
of abducting a 16 year-old Santa Ana
girl for the purpose oi ~v. *- -
bouse of ill-fame, was brought over from
San Bernardino and had a hearing be
fore the justice of the peace. The case
was dismissed on the instructions of the
•Hatrict attorney. Sheriff Lacy of Or
»-™ arrived in town last even-
He wae luxtnr to Ontrni .■vrra oh the morn
ing train, where he will have to answer
a charge of abduction, sworn to by the
girl's mother. The girl has not been
found, although a thorough search was
made by the officers of Redlands and her
father, who Bpent two days in the city.
Her father is of tbe opinion that she has
been sent to Tucson, Ariz., for the pur
pose of being absent when tbe case is
called. As she walked three miles to
take a train and meet her alleged ab
ductor, tbe case is very liable to be dis
Supervisor Randall was in town yes
John McKenzie was an eaitbound pas
John Dostal and family left yesterday
for Mcquokits, la.
W. N, Chamblin started yesterday
for Chicago, where he will meet his
Fifteen new members have been re
ceived into the T, M. C. A. in the past
The guards have received several
applications for membership lately.
Mrs. Glenson, wife of a former agent
of the California Southern at San Diego,
left for the east today.
M. S. Chase left today for his home in
Bravo. Mich. He will return next fall
with his wife.
Benjamin Pierson has resumed work
for tbe Drake company in this city.
A birdnes! picnic wes held at I'luge
creek today and enjoyed by a large dele
Prof. P; M. Strong, formerly princi
pal of the C'.'Hon school, has moved on
his reach in S-,tn Timoteo eaf.on.
A number of mnmuers of Company E
of San Bernardino will undoubtedly be
present nt the mustering in of the Bad
lands guards on June I! 1.
Tbe electric light company has a large
force of men at work on the engineer's
house and sotting up thy Pilton water
The nhinropntn of frnit Trom Redlands
this ypßi- by t;>e Haigbt Fruit company
will probably read' 125 carloads.
Ihe Vharr • ' n-.u-toeal Newi
Loko Bjsacii, May 21—The whan
celebration ie the all absorbing topit
now prepr&tion b aß been made to givt
thu visitors a royal reception their com
fort eoity ar.<l pleasure bas been pro
vidod for in every wry. Boats manet!
by experienced oarsmen wiil be in
readiueee in case any accident shonld
occur. Committes will meet the train
and receive the arriving guests. Ex
cellent music has been obtained, und
all other arrF.nKemeuto have been at
tended to in asj stimatio aud business
like way. So ail may coma with the as
surance ot hfcving a general good time.
Mr. Barnhart haa gone back ta Min
nieota to clone up his business there
and will return shortly „ n d locate per
menantly on his ranch on the Alaniitos.
The work on Mr. Venderbr.ig's re
sidence on Chestnut street is being
pushed rapidly towards complotion.
We need more cottagos, and property
owners would rind it a paying invest
ment to build here as thry will rent for
enough to pay good interest on the
■ Lone Beach N„tss.
O JT?,fi °? 0 * a *' lM * AhKeiei nric©« ro to V, ra.
Mbillluf's corner ol flu,, end Second streets.
Lican. frseh stock of giou,;rien, dry goods, boots
tad shoes, etc.
Wall Feper at Cost.
Cloafnr out sate-Kckatrom it Stras&ur*, 307
and 308 803 th Main stroai.
The Trustees' Meeting—local Happen
ings in That City.
San Brbnabdino, May 24.—The trus
tees met last evening with all members
present. Trustee Lawson stated that
the merchants were complaining >f in
adequate sprinkling on the business
streets in windy weather. The street
superintendent was directed to remedy
A report was received from the trus
tees of the city library, which was re
ferred to the city finance committee.
The ordinance requiring the closing
of saloons on Sunday was read and
passed by a unanimous vote.
A board of health was established for
a term of four years.
Tho strest superintendent was order
ed to prepare the city hall lot at the cor
nor of D and Fourth streets for the pur
pose, and then order the exprejimen ef
the city to use such lot for a standing
place for their teams.
No action waß taken on the diagram
made by F. C. Fickle of Tbird street.
J. A. Buckley left for San Francisco
Mrs. C. W. Melter departed for Santa
Monica today to remain a week.
Mrs. A. Kerr and Mrs. Eva Kerr leave
tomorrow for Sacramento on a visit.
F. A. Urban visited the Angel City
today on business.
Mrs. G. T. Stickneyand Mrs, M. L.
Gutbrie are attending the v 7. C. T. U.
D. Donedel. the peddler arrested Sun
day for plying his vocation without r.
license, was fined $20 by Recorder Pock
Tbe Y. P. S. C. E. will bold a dime
social at the residence of Mrs, J. B.
Tyler, corner of 0 and Tenth streets, to
The preliminary examination of M.
Solas, charged with robbing Dr. Craven
of Pomona, was held yesterday after
noon. He was bound over to appear be
fore the Superior court.
Lord Aberdeen, one of the most dis
tinguished peers of Great Britain, wae
registered at the New St. Charles hotel
last evening. He left today for River
John T. North is arranging to build a
swimming pool at Fairmount Heights,
in the northern part of Riverside.
• J „t L, fs. e - di —£ o was
ocrand over to appear before the Supe
rior court, yeßterday. Today he was
taken before that court and was sen
tenced to six months in San Quenten.
r Santa Ana, May 24.—The board of ed
> ucation met today, with E. E, Keecb,
[ Royal Freeman and C. D. Ball present.
The committee of the whole reported
that they had heard the evidence in the
i case of Miss Maude Crew and on motion
• the report was adopted. Miss Crew was
sustained and the charges dismissed.
' Ten dollars was added to the amount
already raised for both the high school
and grammar grades for expenses of the
The claim nf Mies Vina Goff for pay
' ment for services rendered was rejected,
in accordance with an opinion of the
Two applications for the position of
teachor and 10 for tbe position of super
intendent of Santa Ana schools were
presented. The applications of teachers
were placed on file.
A number of other matters were at
Dr. Chaffee, of Garden Grove, was
presented by his Santa Ana friends with
a gold-headed cane on his departure for
More and more interest is being taken
in the Orange county field day. Ath
letes are fonnd on every side. A bicycle
race between ladies is to be run. Mrs.
Morrison and Mrs. Marshall have en
tered and a number of others are ex
pected to follow their lead. A gold
medal will be awarded the winner of
The college boys will be at borne in a
few dnyg. Seme of them will probably
be among the contestants in next Tues
day's athletic sports.
Mussel Cove Day at San Jnan Capis
trano yesterday was the occasion of
much enjoyment. Don Marcus Foster
wag captain of the day's entertainment.
' A feant was the feature of the day.
R. Q. Wiekbam will go next Saturday
to Kings county to assist in its organi
Marshal Nichols has promised to see
that the ordinance ag.tinst picketing
cows on the walks is enforced. It shonld
have bsttn enforced from the first, bnt
has been utterly disregarded in many
Rev. J. S. Pitman, nf Santa Ana. will
preach tbe sermon at the Menoria! ser
vices held by the G. A. R. of Orange
Born to the wife of A. R. McDonald of
Newport, May 23rd, a ten pound son.
Here Is Something Good f,»r Tonr
If any oi your friends are tronbled
with rheumatism have them road this:
Lynchburg, Vs., April 18, 1893.
I desire to say that Chamberlain's
Pain Balm has cured one of onr citizsns
of rheumatism of two years'standing
Ono buttle did the work. This i-entie
man, Mr. R. H. Parnell, ticket agent of
the C. & O. R. R., now recommends
Pain Balm to all his friends. F. C.
Helbig. 00 c.=«nt bottles for Bale by 0. F.
Heinxeman, 222 North Main.
Special Kxonrsion to Chicago.
To accommodate onr immense in
crease of world's fair passengers, we
will run a special excursion to Chicago
every Friday until furtiier notice.
A. Pniu.irs & Co.,
138 South Spring etreet
Core Your .lan dm ST.
Smith's Dandruff Pomade has yet to
find the first case of dandruff that one
bottle has failed to cure. Try it. For
sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Fourth
and spring streets.
U«k (?«c«tAii frAmMr Soap.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING. MAT 25, 1893.
The Saloon Licences Granted hy tha
Trustees —News Notes.
Pomona, May 24.—Last night being
tbe time for the city trustees to pass up
on the numerous applications for saloon
licenses, the ball was filled with people,
some from curiosity, others from a genu
ine desire to know the result, or fate of
the various applicants. At any rate tbe
august body granted licenses to Frank
M. Montague, and passed resolutions to
grant the same to 'Messrs. Francis &
Whitton as soon as the brick building,
heretofore mentioned in reports on this
subject, should be completed in which
to conduct a saloon as per their applica
tion and agreement.
Upon the granting of Frank M. Mon
tague's petition, Judge Mundy of Los
Angeles arose and courteously withdrew
that of George S. Mullaly, and the one
of Mullaly & Montague. H. J. Woolla
cott's wae also withdrawn before it could
be passed upon. Benton & Oohn's was
rejected. The council then attended to
a few other minor matters and adjourned
to its next regular meeting.
Your correspondent learns that a little
boy by the name of O'Connor had the
misfortune of having one nf his lege
broken while engaged in roller skating
at the rink evening before last. It is
hoped that the little fellow will soon
recover, and that this will cause the
others patronizing the rink to use proper
A few strangers now and then are to
be seen riding around with our real-es
tate firms, and there is some inquiry for
houses to rent.
A car of oranges, just about ready for
shipment by Short & Scbwon, stands on
the side track here.
The livery stable run by Mr. John
Strain, on Second street, was yesterday
sold by him to Messrs. Thrall & Rob
ards. The former gentleman will move
to the Angel city.
In passing around it was noticed that
sevs tal forces are busy gathering and
naokirg oranges. However, the season
is fast drawing to close. Then for our
Mrs. Antes and daughter, who bave
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James
Allen, corner of Sixth and Parcells
Btreets, left this morning fer their home
in Bear valley, 6an Diego county, via
Mr. F. J. Martin has already com
menced to have the debris removed
from the lot on which tbe brick building
for the use of Francis & Whitten ia to be
Some of pur dealers in real estate in
fill moderately fair, tn"
considers the innumerable vehicles, bi
cycles and pedestrians to be eesn on the
streets daily, it wonld look aa if things
were moving along finely.
Franklin Cogswell, a resident in the
southern suburbs of Pomona and owner
of the Pacific hotel building, Pomona,
was in the city today.
Tnet iilpmtnrft-lnvinjr amd thester-' r oi*!'»
people of Pomona should remember tbat
tomorraw (Thursday) evening Maude
Granger will appear at Armory Hall
opera house iv The Fringe of Society.
John W. Lorbeer, the manager, always
secures the best of companies when pos
sible, and often by guarantee, and onr
people Bhould remember this.
W. J. Kessler, formerly of this place,
was in town today, having come down
from his foothill ranch, some six miles
northeast from Pomona. He has suc
ceeded in developing several incbea of
water on his ranch by tunneling.
Master Ed, son of Peter Fleming
of Claremont, one of Pomona's most
bsantiful suburban localities, dropped
in to see us yesterday.
Mother King, formerly in business
here, whose baking is known all over
this valley, and who has done charita
ble acts by the hundred in a quiet way,
wae in iowa today.
A Breezy Budget of Local Happenings
Downey, May 24.—This morning the
fog hovers over onr valley again, and
modifies the sxoeasiveiy hot weather of
the first part of the week.
The arroyo ditch cleaning ia nearing
Downey, and the workmen are not so
numerous as a week ago, when the whole
force was on.
Two new families from Arkansas have
located in Downey. They are a Mr.
Nash and Mr. Stamps. They occnpv the
house vacated by M. E. Frankel.
The result of the revival at the M. E.
church south, was the baptizing of six
new members into that church, Snnday
evening, by Rev. E. Harper.
A.S.Gray is up ani attending to
business again, alter a week or two ot
Miss S. E, McLane and Miss Tillie
Browning got home yesterday from
Gopher Mil >ii, Sau Diego csunty, where
they have baen rusticating for over four
Howard Smith is the next owneT of a
handsome bicycle in onr burg.
Mr. L. Bowlev was down from Monte
Vista visitir.g with the doctor on Sunday.
Mies Bertie Newcotn spent Sunday at
M<tny expect to attend the Long Beach
celeoration on Saturday next.
F;ank D*vis, who has been occupying
a position at the county farm for several
years, soon will begin the study of law
with the firm of Houghton, Silent ck
Campbell of Loa Angeles.
Miss Clara McKinney is onr euccesafnl
candidate and pupil Irom Downey public
school to make, the trip to the world's
fair on the proposition offered by the
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Betterton of Bris
tol, Term., a-rived in California on the
18th inst. Thay visited ». O. Hammer,
who was formerly of tbe sums state and
town. They expect to locate in or near
A New Cause.
Thousands F„0( k to Its Rtandard.— When
a new cause is presented to the. public It olways
cicltcd attention. A prominent physician has
said that la grippe, dmlng the last three years
his done more to weakon the hearts ol tho
world than any other caiiso that has ever ex
isted. Those who have had this malady and
subsequently fonnd themselves subject to ptl
pllalion, short breath, irregular pnlae, wind in
stotrarh, pain In aide or shoulder, smothering
spells, fainting, dropsy, etc., may feel assured
they have heart disease, which unless checked
otonce, may result fatally. Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure is the only remedy that cau be re
lied upon to effect a cure, gold by O H Hance
177 H. spring, ou a suarantee. Auk for tho doc
tor's new booi.free,
25 and 50 per cent off: 237 8. Spring it. Gat
our csllmut;B ou wora. TVe beat them all.
Preparation* for OeUhratlna; Memorial
Pasadena, May 84.—Active steps are
being taken In this city for the proper
observance of Decoration day. The G.
A. R. and auxiliary societies have taken
hold of the matter and are fast complet
In response to a request from the G.
A. R., the school trustees have issued a
communication to the teachers and pu
pils requesting them to unite with the
Grand Army in paying honor to the dead
A Bpecial train has been arranged for
on the Terminal road, to leave tbe station
for Altadena at 9:30 a. m. A return trip
rate of 10 cents has been secured for
school children j others will be charged
20 cents. ...
Tbe W. R. C. is co-operating wfth the
G. A. R., having taken charge of the
floral decorations, nnd a beautiful dis
play of flowers is being prepared.
Friday evening next Maude Granger
will appear at the opera boose in Tne
Fringe of Society, supported by a strong
company. Miss Granger is an old-time
favorite, and will doubtless attract a
large audience. Seats are now on sale
Frankein's specialty company will ap
pear at Williams ball Saturday evening,
tbe 27th instant. The programme will
consist of sparring exhibitions, song and
dance speoiaitieß, etc., closing with a
set to between young Manning of Los
Angeles and Dave Coyle o£ this place.
Travel to the beach is beginning to
improve on both the Terminal and Santa
Yesterday was the warmest day of the
season by several degrees.
The foundation of tbe new Throop
Polytechnic building is almost com
pleted, and work will begin on tbe su
perstructure in a short time.
A baseball game will be played on
Memorial day at the Athletic club
grounds between two home teams.
Tho Pasadena band will go to Long
Beach Saturday to play at the opening
o! the new wharf,
Raymond Allen and Hiram Staats
leave in a few days for a fishing trip up
the San Gabriel canon.
The War Song concert at the taber
nacle, Monday evening next, will doubt
less prove a musical treat. Miss Jose
phine Williams of Los Angeles will give
A meeting of the Christian alliance is
held every Sunday afternoon, at 3
o'clock, at the Chicago lawn.
Rev . J. W. Phelps of tbe First M. E.
church has been granted a well deserved
three months' leave of absence, during
which he will pay a visit to Chicago and
bis old borne in the east.
Earl Reid has resigned his position as
a sub-carrier iv tbe poßtoffice, leaving a
vacancy which no one seems to want,
although that is not surprising, consid
ering tbat the salary attaohed is $1 per
annum, besides what is earned whan
""W vacant places.
FaSktt- « rtriefa.
Pasadena office ol the HiaALB, Mo. 7 North
Fair Oaks avenue. Advertisements and sub
KEttCfIOFP-CL'zSISTR Mill and Lumber Co.,
corner Broadway sup Kansas streets.
Death oi Titian Lord at uumnaanja—Louis!
South Pasadena, May 24. —News of
the death of Mis» Cornie Lord at Ouca
monga on tbe 20th of quick consumption,
was received here with profound regret.
A few weeks ago Mies Cornie left for a
visit at Cucamonga but failed co rapidly as
to be unable to retnrn. She wae a young
woman of unusual sweetness of disposi
tion, co cheerful and bright that only
her most intimate friends knew sho was
seriously ill. It was her wish to be in
terred in Evergreen cemetery, Los An
geles, which place she helped her father
fay out some years ago, when but a lit
The concert given by the Christian
endeevorers last week, was a social and
Thursday evening Miss Morgan of
Morgan station, gave a farewell party to
Miss Stella Barden who, in company
with her mother, left fer the world's fair
Mr. A. F. Mcßeynolds has moved to
tbe place recently purchased from A.. S.
Harrington on Diamond avenuo.
Mrs. Collier has remodeled what was
formerly the "fruit union" building
into a neat dwelling, which io occupied
by Mr. William Waesells and his bride
Mrs. M. VV. Jordan and Mrs. Helen
Jordan left last evening for New Jersey,
via the Santa Fe.
v Yesterday Mr. Packard and family
returned from Port Townsend, Wash!,
where be has been for the past four
Mrs. E. M. Austin, formerly Santa Fe
agent at this place, now of Arrowhead
Springe, was in town Saturday.
Mies Alice Eaton has gone to the
Mrs. Kate Hawker is bnilding a two
story dwelling on Diamond avenue.
Mrs. Leo Longley is quite ill.
Mr. T. D. Keith purchased the Lind
say p ace recently for parties in the
The contract for sprinkling our streets
waa granted to Mr. J. Mitchell.
TO JUNE iST ONLY.
A Great Opportunity That Ton Shonld
Take Advantage Of.
To establish a wide reputation The
Galen Institute will render their services
until June Ist free ot charge. The only
favor they ask is a recommendation
after a cure has been effected. From
their experience in the hospitals of
Europe and America, their knowledge of
the rapid advancements that have been
made in diagnosing and treating dis
eases in the last few years, can tell the
probability of a cure in all cases of ear,
skin, liver and kidney diseases, female
complaints, nasal catarrh, ©dyspeppia,
rbeumatitm and nervous debility. They
make every case a special study and will
not take any case to treat unless there
is a moral certainty of making a com
pleae cure. Permanently located in Los
Angeles December, 1892, at South
Spring street. Office hours 10 a. m. to
5 p.m.; 7 to 8 evenings. Open every
day excepting Mondays. Thousands of
cases have been treated and cured by
their system of treatment in the last
(Under the hammer.
This p. m. 1 o'clock.
On tbe grounds.
Take electric cars.
The Great Jhtaeeaben Picnic
At Santa Monica carton, Decoration day,
tbe 30tb ; trains leave Arcade depot at
8, 9:15, 9 -30, 10:10, 10:20 a.m. and 1:10
p.m.; round trip, 50 cents.
The Weather Bureau* Report of Their
Tbe weather bureau furnishes the
following report of the condition of the
crops in Southern California for the
week ending May 22d :
The weather waß generally clear with
a deficiency in temperature during the
first part of the week and an excess dur
ing the latter part, which was very warm
with drying desert winds. The highest
temperature at Los Angeles was 90 deg.
and at San Diego 80 deg. No rain fell
and none is now desired, as a large
amount of hay is on the ground and har
vesting will begin early next week. The
reports continue to show bright prospects
tor the deciduous fruit crop.
Tbe Grocer states tbat 10 or more car
loads a day of iresh vegetables are be
ing shipped from Southern California to
the east. These shipments include
green peas, string beans, aparagUß, to
matoes, celery and cabbage. Thie busi
ness is yet in its early stages and may
be expected to grow to a very large and
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY.
Santa Barbara city—Tbe outlook for
tbe fruit crop of the county is very good.
The prune yield will be large, and apri
cots about two-thirds of a crop, but the
size and quality of the fruit will be good.
Bttrdsdale—Corn ia up and is looking
well. Beans are all planted. The new
potato crop does not yield as woll as
promised. General conditions favorable
to crops. The weather has been warm.
Saticoy—Barley is looking well.
Samis—The hills are dotted with hay
cocks. Gi>od crops are reported by all.
Fillmore— There is a good prospect
Hueneme—Barley is nearly five feet
high. Corn ia in fine condition.
Simiapolis—The barley crop will be
large this year; a yield of 30,000 sacks
is expected. Tbe honey crop is good.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
Pasadena—The weather was warm
and clear. Pears are setting heavily;
apricots are short but of good quality;
petcheß are heavy ; prunes have sot
heavily; walnuts will be a good crop.
Hay- ; cg continues; the orop is generally
Dnarte—The waek was warm and clear.
Fruits are growing nicely, and haying is
about over, tbe crop is not heavy bnt
i'omona—The prune crop will proba
bly be heavier than last year. Fears
and peaches never looked better.
SAN BEBNABMNO COUNTY.
Ontario —Tbe week was warm and dry,
favorable for harvesting. Fruits are de
velopicg rapidly. Prunes and peaches
promise wvali. Oranges are acting well.
Mouday was tbe warmest day of the sea
son—temperature, §6 degrees.
Chico—Barley hay is nearly all out,
and ie turning out better than expected.
Sugar beets are growing rapidly and vig
orously, and give promise of a heavy
Badlands—The indications are that
apricots will be ripe enough to ship in
auout iv days.
Biversido—A very large crop of hay is
nov/ being harvested. A brisk "norther"
prevailed on Sunday. Highest temper
ature, 87 degrees.
Soutli Rivereide —The young orange
grove-' have yielded quits an amount of
lrnit triis season.
i , ■re coutrrv.
Anaheim—Tbe week was cool, except
on Monday when a hot coast wind pre
vailed doing very little damage. The
eugf>r-beet fields promise a very good
Fa llenon—Harvesting will begin
Monday on the San Joaquin ranch, it is
estimated that the crop will be 500,000
Orange—About 15,000 boxes of oranges
ware shipped north and east.
Santa Ana —The cabbage crop, the
largest ever produced, has nearly all
been shipped east, at prices in excess of
what we anticipated. The hay and
grain cops are very large. Orangeß
have nea.-ly all been shipped.
Tuatin —The grain harvest will begin
next week, the acreage is the largest
ever known. Orange shipments con
tinue. Considerable ground has been
put to peanuts, the stand is good and
plants growing well.
SAW DIEGO COUNTY.
The weather during the week was gen
erally favorable to crops, but higher
temperatures are desired. The outlook
for crops was never better except for
grapes; many farmers have not culti
vated this year as there is no money in
Shipping Arrivals and Departure*--Neva
and Personal Notes.
Redondo Beach, May 24.—The steam
ship Corona, Captain Hall, from the
south, moored alongside the wharf at
12:30 p. m. today, landing a number of
passengers from San Diego. On her de
parture north at 3:30 p. m. she took out
223 tons freight, including 3500 sacks of
corn and barley, and 45 passengers for
San Francisco. Among tbe passengers
from San Diego were E. H. Morton of
Chicago, Paul C. Ransom of Buffalo and
Fred Townsend of Boston, who are re
turning from a two Weeks' trip to Coro
nado and into Mexico, where they en
joyed a glorious hunting expedition. Mr.
Morton will remain at the Redondo,
while Messrs. Ransom and Townsend
will continue their trip as far as San
The fishing continues very promising
at this point. Large schools of salmon
invaded these waters yesterday, and
fully 2000 pounds of these elegant fish
were taken by hook and line off the
wharf yesterday. They belong to tbe
rock cod family, a deep sea fish, and are
not generally found near the shore.
Thie morning Earl Winsor made a
haul by seine of 525 pounds of pompa
no, on which he will realize a handsome
return for his morning's labor. The
pompano are regarded as the rarest and
I'ncst fish obtained on the coast.
Schaefer, the caterer of the casino, is
making preparations for something
grand and sumptuous in the way of fish
dinners on Salt Water Day, which is to
be celebrated next Sunday, May 28th.
Mr. W. H. Gochman, the representa
tive of the house of Whittier, Fuller*oc
Co., is among this morning's arrivals*
Mr. S. Westlake of Elder & Westlake,
Kansag City, is sojourning at the Re
dondo for several days.
This morning's arrivals at the Hotel
Redondo: J. D. Wilde, Boston; Rev.
W. H. Lannin, D. D. Walker, San Fran
cisco ; W. E. C. Harrison, Baltimore;
E. H. Morton, Mrs. H. Brinvetter, Geo.
A. Anderson, Chicago; L. Libena, Rev.
B. W. R. Taylor, Mrs. A. B. Emery and
child, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hynes, R. G.
Lunt, Mrs. Francis T. Ryan, two child
ren and nurse, Los Angeles; Mrs. Gor
den M. Stolp, Oaklaud; Frank Milton,
Fullerton; D. Crawford, St. Louis.
TUTT'S FILLS cure tick headache.
News Botes from the Sun-Kissed Terri-
[Tombstone Prospector, May 20th.]
The recent discovery made in the Eagle
Tail mountains is from all accounts a
bonanza. The Pbccnix Herald says tbat
tbe directors of tbe company met last
Thursday and decided to send out to the
mines a force oi 13 to 20 men to assist
the present force in blocking out as large
a piece oi gold as tbe largest wagon will
hold np. The block will be about 15
feet long and 6 feet square, and weigh
ing abont 60,000 pounds. The vein from
which thie ore will be taken is 45 feet
wide with an unknown depth, and crops
ont on the surface for over a mile, hence
a block 45 feet square by one mile in
length could be had if there wag any way
of transporting it to the railroad. Thie
one vein assays $1190.60 gold, $81.40 sil
ver and $23 copper per ton.
The value of this ore block will be
$37,230. It will be a glittering beauty,
showing silver and copper glance and
native gold, intermixed with a blend of
brown and green and red oxide. This
large block of ore will be hauled on
wagons to Sentinel, a town on the
Sontbern Pacific 35 miles from the
mines, and shipped within this month
to the managers of tbe Arizona min
eral exhibit at the world's fair at Chi-
Ben Crawford will be deputy collector
at Nogales under Collector Webb,
[ Phoenix Gazette, May 21st.]
The working forces of the Santa Fe,
Prescott and Phoenix railroad company
are strung out along tbe line from Pres
cott to People's valley, and the work is
being done very rapidly.
There are many campers at the Castle
creek springs, and many prospectors all
over the mountains. Many good strikes
are being made.
H. E. Peoples sent down some fine ore
samples yesterday from a mine recently
by himself and Dave Goldberg. It was
out of sight.
Another man waß killed at Morenci
the other day. The people of that
mining camp would feel neglected
if they failed to get tbeir man every
Ripe apricots are being shipped from
Pbcenix to Los Angeles. The apricots in
that section will not be ripe for four
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting; the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to nenlth of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable vleas ■■
ant to the taste, the refreshing jnd; truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing tho system
dispelling colds, headacheaiandi:fevers
and permanently curing coast*}: nn.
It has given satisfaction to millions sand
met with the approval of the meflScal
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup'of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, butit is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co.only, whose name is printed can every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
aocept any substitute if offered.
Essence of life
Cures Seminal Weakness,
Cares Nervous Debility,
Stops Involuntary Losses.
And all troubles caused by youthful
indiscretions and excesses. This
medicine is infallible end purely
Price $2 Per Bottle, or 6 for $10
Can be bad in pill form at same
prices, if preferred, Consultation
nnd advice free, verbally or by let
ter. All communications strictly
DR. P. STEINHART,
Rooms 12 and 13, 331& South Spring
St., i.os Angeles, Cal.
OfPco hours from !» h.ui. to 2 p.m. Xrenlng
ato 7 p.m. Sundays 10 a.m. tu 12 m,
j 1 I
effected in every household by tha age oi
Extract of Beef
The best way to improve and strength
en Boops and Sauces of all kinds is to
add a little of this famous product.
BACK I Three-eVater
Day or Night. | With or Without Driver.
(. X. L LIVERY AMD SALE STABLES,
826 S. Main st„ bet. Blrhth and Ninth,
Teiephono 29T, Loa Angeles
Good rigs, gentle horses and reliable driven.
Prices reasonable. Special attention to horso*
boarded by the day, week or month. Horses to
let by the day, week or mouth. Brick ■taMaa,
tiro proof.. iSST
Remain of the $5-a-Mo*th Rat,
for Catarrhal Affections.
Mrs E. B. Smith-Etemember—Theii
During the Month of May Or. Oa Koncw
andaaaoolataa will treat catarrhal afrec
tlona at tho rate of »S a month, and
fnrnlah all medicines free until eared.
For all other dtaeaaea the price will be
low and airffoTin. according to the aotaal
eoatof the remedies required.
IPaF'Beware of tkose who advertise
free services and then cb»rtre for
medicines, or advertise fr»e medi
cines and then charge tor service*.
One visit will convince. Take warn
in; o in time. All reputable physi
cians are not ashamed of their names.
Trusty Lieutenant, Mr. E. B. Smith,
Postmaster at Pomona, Cal.,
Makes a Strong- Statement.
Among all tho well-known ctttsens ot Po
mona, none are batier or more favorably known
than Mr. E. B. Smith, Postmaster.
mt. B. B BKrrn '
The following statement made by Mr. Smith
carries weight with It, nnd will be good news
to hia many friends. He says:
"I suffered for year, from chronic catarrh, of
tbe bead, nose and throat, and during the past
So«.r the trouble became very much worse. I
ad intense pains through my head, and some
times roaring and ringing sounds that vapotn
almost mnke me wild. My heaetag *e« so
much affected ihat it cawed in > ooosW.ttabte
annoyance My nose wsk always stopped up
with large hard lnmps. There was a continual
discharge of mucous inio my threat, sod In the
mernlngg it would cause me to baart aad eprt
until I was atrooet exhausted. I had severe
pains through my chest aud under nty should
ers. 1 could not Bleep well at night, and would
?el up In tbe morning feeling but little re
"I have been under the care of Dr. Be Mttaeo
and assoi-i»tfis bnt a abort time, and I bams not
felt so well for years. I sleep wetL pains have
alt left me, and my hearing is ironovrtuuy Im
"I am very well pleased, indeed, aad I em
glad to give my statement, it I can berofJaaay
benefit to the public."
THEIR MAIL TREATMENT
In addition to their office treatment, and lot
■ the benefit ot those who cannot visit tire Si.
I they have "question blanks" which ifcey will
send to you upon application by ami. Be aura
* to answer each crnesriou carefully, for upoa
this depends the success of their treasra.*at.
. Medicine* wiii premntiy stnpnea to your
Incloao-t.esiUi with application forvbiaak,
o*rt ... ' llMii'
Permaneneji, Edneatioa, Exveriesc
Honesty, and SfeHl Is the VfWki i
tion on Which They Build.
The De fao Hal Mkte,
Located Permanently in the Newell and
Kadtr Building, itooma 3,
4, 6, 8 and 10,
121« SOUTH BROADWAY
DR. DE MOHCO AND iSSOCMM
SPBOIALTHH: Catarrh and all diaea*e* of
tne Bar. tfye, Throat and Lungs, Merroakfilf
eases, skin Diseases, Chronic Diseases.
»f.o 11 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.
Sunday: 9 to 11 a. m.
$3 SHOE noWp, <
Boat Colt Shoe in the) world lor thsnVM,
W. L. Douglas sboeearoooldeverywhere.
Everybody Should wear thorn. It la a daty
i you owe yomnelt to get. tha beat value for
I yoar money. Economise in your footwear by
PQrohanlngW. L. Douglas Shoes, vrhJci
i represent tho best value at the prloeo auV
vectlaed above, na thoaaemda can toaalfy.
M3f Take No Substitute. Jf*
Beware of frond. Nnr.ftK«u'.a» wltboet w. L.
Douglas name and price stamped on bottom, fjoek
tor it when you buy.
XV. L. Donatio*, Brocfctoa, Ween. Sold by
I — W. GODIN,
_ lfrt North Spring atreet.
JT\ BR. JsVSUnVAB * OT» «
y mm musbbm op mom
jMHH 100 l IWwket fat., San VmelKS.
| jSMSsj? (between Ssh aue 7U 5,«.)
A TWTn an,i learn how woaxlewnllr
\ mBL\ y° u are made and hew tavavoid
MS Jk. sickness and diseases. Museum
Tl I with thousMjarsof - new
X & objects. Admission a; eta.
Private Ofllee, 311 Geary st, Diseases of
men: stricture, lost of m»nbood.,«ie«!a*)e».o» 3>e
skin aud kidneys qalckly oared without tha
uaeol mercury. Treatment peraonaUy c; b»
«tter. Head ior book
17T. MARTI N,
M New and-Seeoard-bana
Carpets, Malting am
iMP* Prices low ior cash, or wit! sell on In
stallments. Tel. 984. P 0. Box 921.
451 SOUTH Qf=»R|fv<<3 3T.
Baker li:ori Works
950 TO 966 BtTCN.a. VISTA ST.,
LOB ANQELES, CAL.
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