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Great Preparations for Next Sunday's
Santa Monica, May 31.—0n Sunday the
summer Beaton will be fittingly inaugurated
all along ihe line from the Crystal Plunge to
the Mammouth wharf, every resort having a
special attraction to entertain its guests.
The open air concerts which have become so
popular In the past will begin on that date,
when the Ontario band will furnith melody
from the band Btand on the Esplanade. The
citizens of Ontario, I am told, will be ont in
force to show their appreciation of the honor
of having their boys give the initial coacert of
While speaking of the free open air concert!,
would It »ot be a good idea for the park com
mittee of our board of trußtees to give tho Park
of Esplanade a cleaning up? Fix the place
taken in from Ocean avenue by reaton of the
obanga of ourb; put all the seats possible
around tbe stand, so that those who appreciate
good music will have the opportunity to sit be
neath the thtde of the trees while enjoying the
selections from tbe mattert I understand that
E. J. Vawter is chairman of the committee, if
that it to tbe public can rest atsured thai the
hint will be acted on.
At the ostrich fa m Arizona Charlie will give
his wild wait performance in its entirety,
which should be a drawing card enough for
one day in itself.
At Ihe Crvttal Plunge, Kintz intends to have
many adpltlonal featurei inoperatlon to please
At the Neptune Gardens the local bind will
play, thus giving two free open air concerts
within 200 feet of esch other.
Grimminger will have his canon pavilion
running at full blast, while all the others will
add their own featurei to our guests' comfort.
CLOSING 0F OUR SCHOOLS.
Our public schools clote tomorrow (Friday)
for the summer vacation, which is a fitting
time to state that they are growing In the pop
ularity and confidence of the community; the
high school especially so, which is a drawing
featore to life beside the sea, for the heads of
families can rest atsured when debating upon
the point uf where they will make tbelr future
home, th-1 If they choose Santa Moalca; the ed
ucational features of life are aa near perfection
here as can be exsected from thn kindergarton
to th* high school, from which institution they
are admitted to any of tbe colleges in the state
Prof. Pierce, whose connection with the
school was tome time since tevered, has been
reappointed to his old position.
Tne regular election for school trustees taket
place on Friday, June 2d, at the school bonne;
On Sunday, June 11th, the Riverside band
. f r . s> open air concert, an* It will be
"On IBe tHth instant the eelehrated Pomona
band will furnith the melodv,and tbe worship
pers of the goddess Pomona will have full
swing. It being tbe intention of those having
the matter In oharge to give each Sunday and
holiday henceforth a distinctive feature.
Messrs. Walters of the Neptune gardens, have
signed a contract to h»ve the local band play
regularly every Sunday during the season,
while tbe ostrich farm management are mak
ing ur an attractive feature for every day in
accordance 1 with the day'a programme.
Thote who prefer Santa Monica oan rest as
sured that the gentle hint given by me in a
previous letter has been acted upon, and we are
in it tn every tense of the word.
Messrt. H. T. Giroux, W. O. Baxter and sev
eral other gentlemen are making arrangements
to give a barbecue at tbe cafion.
The number of sales of lots io the Santa Mon
ica tract are Increasing dally, lb' being reported
tbis week up to date. The beauty of situation
and absolute reasonableness both of price and
payments without interest, make them espe
cially atlraotive to home-scekera beside the sea.
Preliminaries have been inaugurated lOrthe
Kadiug of Kailroad avenme and Bay street to
c beach. Tbe grading of Railroad avenue is
a much needed improvement, if for no other
Enrpose than getting rid of the old shanty bath
oute on the beach at the end of tbe avenue.
Street Sueerlntendent Lowman it putting in
the alley crossings bea"h gravel, and taking
away tbe wooben curbs, an improvementwhloh
he should be encouraged to pursue.
Mrs. Jenny Kingman and Bon, Helena, Mont.;
F Treadweil, San Francisco; Mr, and Mrs. E.
L. Doheny. E. Stewart, Los Angeles; MistClora
Martin, Mias Maggie Morton, Cincinnati; Mr.
and Mrt. Paul Compton, Oakland; Thomas
Brodbrldge, Bau Francisco; William Hartranft,
Reading, Pa., are among those at tbe Bellevue
Among the recent arrivals at the Hotel Jack
son ai.v A. T. Orlffia, G. W. Kmeade.K. F. J.
Ottarson and lady, P. Powder, J. Davis, San
Francisco: Wm, J. Oummings, Santa Barbara:
fe, *L Hslberg, Daggeu: John Keller, Council
Bluflt, la.; W Ooltam. H. 8. Page, Henderson,
Bng.; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. James, Riverside; H.
Cotton, Arisona; W. W. Grey, Santa Ana: A. H.
Cuißid Brookhurst, C. Olney, A. Upton, Mr and
Mrs C. W. » obb, Chicago: Miss Josie Knight,
Boston; W. H. Andrews, Burbank; R.G.Wal
lace, Santa Ana: Charles A. Cook, Moreno; John
Wood, Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hartwell,
Oakland; Miss Alice Cummsngs, Kedlands;
Mrs. D. Davidson, Leo Hlmmelstern, A. C. Wal
den, Edgar W. Vivian, Mist M. Brown, A. 0.
McCandless, A. R Walder, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Kei.ey.O. H. Plummer, H. Miller, L. W. Rich
ards, F. B, Walton, L. A. Goodman, Frank
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. O. H Webber, Mr. and
Mrs. 0. L. Neer, Z. 11. Robinson.
Items of Interest.
FIRST-CLASS ROOMS and best table board
at Santa Monica at Bellevue Cottage (in con
nection with Beilevne Terrace. Loa Angeles),
Ocean avenue. Mrt. C. W. Stewart, Prop.
ALL WHO KsIJOY: good Frfnch cooking go
to the Delraonico Restaurant, Bocond street,
Santa Monica, whero P. Dauphine. the cele
brated chef, pretides over ouisine. Private
rooms if dtslied.
Many Visitors to tha Seaside—Local Af
Low. Bkacii, May 31.—Teaterday being a hol
iday, It gave tho people ol Loa Angeles and
Pasadena an opportunity to come to tbe beacA.
and from tbe number that visited hero it is ap
parent that the season haa opened and that
Long Beach haslost none of Its popularity with
those who enjoy being at a place where tho
rowdy element does not predominate aud where
ladies may <ro without fear of insult from sorae
half drunk individual, as is so often th* oase at
Long Beach baa long been noted for Its free
dom from roughs, and people well know
that they will And a quiet and orderly crowd
here at all times The bathing la unsurpassed
aud tbe two wharves furnish excellent facili
ties for Ashing, which waa taken advantage of
by tho crowd yesterday and, judging from the
number of fl«h taken, the sport must have been
The pile-driving planttliat haa been working
on the wharf for aome time past was shipped io
Port Harford yesterday, its work here beiur
M iss Moorehaad has taken tho Altura.on First
street, for tho season.
Postmaster Ilolman moved tha postoffica to
his drug store yesterday.
W. R. Wiley and daughter of Pasadena wore
in town yesterday. ,
Long Beach Notes.
FOR GOODS at Los Angeles prices go to Wm i
Schilling's corner of Pino and Second streets, i
Clean, fresh stock of groceries, dry goods, boots
and shoes, etc. <
The Ootnlnc Election for the Vacant
Pasadena, May 31.—0u Friday next the elec
tion for school trustee will take place.
TJp to date there Is but one nomination for
the vacant position of trustee, maae by the ex
piration of Mr. 0. W. Buchanan's term—Mr.
Calvin Hartwell, one of our most popular ciii
sens. While there will in all probability be no
opposition to liis election there should be
a general turnout of citizens at thj polling
place. . ,
The election will bt held st Wilson school,
the polls being open from 7 a. m. until sun
Mr. J A. Buchanan has been appointed
judge, Mr. P. C. Wln.ton inspeotor and Messrs
Frank 11 ydenricb and Will delss clerk?.
Let every voter show his interest in the wel
fare of the schools by registering a vote at Fri
Marshal Buchanan is house cleaning in good
1 earnest. During the past week he issued 15
notices to clean op aad the week previous 20
1 more, H is earn- stly desired that theserequests
I be attended to, for aotive steps will at once be
i taken by the authorities to see tbat the city is
placed in a proiier sanitary condition, and the
co operation of our citizens will help along the
1 w« MOVE,
i The Pasadena office of the Hmeat.d has been
removed to Glasscock's stationery store, 50
1 Bast Colorado street, where the seme represent
ative will always be on hand to attend to orders.
The office of the Ban Francisco Examiner and
' Chronicle will also hereafter be located wita
J. A. Buchanan has removed bit office to the
Arcade bio Jr.
I The W. C. T. TJ. will hold a regular meeting in
the Baptist churoh Thursday afternoon at 3
1 o'clock. Reports will be received from state
1 convention delegates.
Tbe following Pasadena students arrived from
Stanford today: Mioses Winnie Caldwell, Wini
fred Webb, Dora Moody, Kate Nash: Mmih.
; Carl Durrell, Charles aud Paul Fife, Carl Thom
as, Charles Hill and H A. Wood
Raymond Allan and Hiram Staata returned
last evening from a Ashing trio np the San Ga
brlslcsnos, They report a large catch
The case against ihe proprietor of Ihe Key
stone restaurant comes up tomorrow morning
1 in the city recorder's court.
1 Mrs. John McDonald left on today's overland
for Cumber' and, W. Va. She will be gone some
time and will pay a visit to the world's lair dur
-1 ing her trip.
The Pasadenians who attended the 8»n Diego
excursion yesterday did 1 ot get home until
after 12 o'olock last night, owing to some de.ay
of the train.
The case of Frank Farshay, oharged with lar
i ceny, will come up before Recorder J. G. Bos
si ier Friday.
i Pasadena oflice of the Hirald, No. 7 North
: Fair Oaks avenue. Advertisements and sub
KERCHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co.,
corner Broadway anp Kansas streets.
1 Southern California Unitarian Confer
ence In Session. «
Pokona, May 31.—The Southern California
Unitarian conference it bow in session here,
' McOomas' hall beinf tbe place lor the meet
At 6 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday) the ladles
will serve a bsnqnet to the delegates and vlaitli.tr
' members at tbe corner of Main and Thira
i streets. All not delegates can obtain supper ai
jnuru co' jtfui;omas'hall, where there will be a
platform meetinr. ihe following is the pro
gramme for tomorrow, June Ist:
At 9 a.m., devotional services.
At 10 the conference will be callsd to order
and proceed with its regular business.
At 12, recess.
At 2 p.m., resume business.
At 4, adjouin and visit the new ohnrch.
At 7:30. a platform meeting
The Rev. Mrs. Pierce of Pomona will speak
on Woman's Work iv t ie Church.
The Rev. A. J. welis of San Bernarlino and
X dian sou The Necessity for Absolute Con
sclenlionanes* tn Accepting and Holding Oar
Creeds if We Assume that They Are Necessary
Expressions of D.vine Truth.
Ihe J. Thompson of Los Angeles, on
The function of tbe Cnnrch
The Rev. R. si. Webster of Long Beach, on
Intellectual Liberty tha Condition of Genuine
The concert given by Pomona College Glee
Club iv Holmes' hall, claremont, last evening,
was attended by quite a crowd Irom Pomona
and by all Claremont. It prov, d quite a pleas
ant snd interesting affair, i»i ■• interrupted ser
enade taking the oake, according to the verdict
of msny present. The following is the pro
Bute song, Hatton—Glee club.
Maid of Athens, anon—Glee club.
Ladies' quartette, My Little Girl, Bissell—
Miss s Mills, W biter. Brannanand Wtrd.
Les Deox Freres, Le Sourls—Mr. Bissell and
Remember Now Thy Creater, Rhodeß-Glee
Catastrophe, Sprsgue—Glee club.
Johnny Harvard—alee olub.
Peter Gray, anon—Mr. Bissell and Glee club.
Violin solo—Nooturnes 1 and 2 Op. 8, Krnst—
Mr. Arthur Smith,
Interrupted serenade, Stair—Mr. Smith and
Rhine wine song, Mendelssohn—Glee club.
First tenor—A. D. Bissell, I). G. Aplin, B. M.
Second tenor—E. F. Hahn, A. M. Dole.
First bass—A. Smith, R, s. Day.
Becond bass—J. •• Allen, H. R. Lamb.
Arthur M. Dole—Business manager.
Yesterday while Miss Mamie Fleming,
daughter of Peter Fleming of Claremont was
driving, just abova the Pomona college, the
horse became frightened In some way and rau
away. She was thrown from the boggy a"d so
stunned that she remained unoonsoious for two
hours She was taken to iho college building
where Br. Campbell was a imnoaed to attend
her. She is resting very well today,
Miss Cora Fillmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Fillmore, formerly of Pomona, but now of
East Los Angeles, came up yesterday to spend a
day or so with friends.
Rev. T. B. Taylor of Oregon, who has been
sojou-ning in Pomona for several months will
toon remove with his family to his old home
Mr. Eberly of Marion Center, Kan , who has
been looking arouod Bouth. ru California for
some time, has decided to locate tn Pomona.
His family will toon arrive.
R. 8. Batsett has just clod a sale of the Jo
seph Johnston store building on recond street,
adjoining the White clock, to/W. S. Bailey for
The musical entertainment to have been given
by tne choir aud others of the JCptscopai church
at th . guild rooms tomorrow evening, has been
George E. Ross, one of the deputy county as .
snasora, who was up home yesterday, returned
to Loa Angtdes today.
Mr. Walter 8. Johnson, brother of C. C. John
son, who haa been in San Antonio cafion for
three weeks, hoping to recuperate his health, is
not improving as fast at his many Pomona
friends would desire
A Mr. Kussell and his wife have jost arrived
in Pomena from .Southern Illinois. They are
well p.'easad wish the fair little olty.
The Flower Mission Girls, one of Pomona's
best institutions, met tbis afternoon, it b ing
their regular Hmo, It has done many a mission
of charity within our limits.
Knoourageinant for tha feeble.
So long as the latliuj embers of vitality are 1
capable of being rekindled Into a warm and
genial glow, Jutt so loug there is hope for the
weak and emaciated invalid. Lot him not,
therefore, despond, but derive encouragement 1
from this, and from the furthur fait that there 1
is a restorative most po.ent in renewing the ,
dilapidated powert of a broken down tystem
Yf«, lhanis to Its unexampled tonio virtues, 1
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is dally reviving
strength in the bodies and hope ia the minds
of the feeble and nervous. Appetite, refresh- 1
tug sleep, the acquisition of flesh and color 1
are bleaslngt attendsnt upon the reparative '
process, t which this arlcelesa lnvigorant
speedily initiates and carries to a successful
conoluslon. Lisestlnu is rettored, the blood '
fertilised, and tuitenauce afforded to each llfe-
Mistalulng organ by the Bitters, which v in
offensive even to tbe feminine palate, veg-ta- \
ble in composition, and thoroughly safe. Use 1
it and regain vlgorl ,
LOS ANGELES HERALD. THURSDAY MUKNING, JUNE 1, 1893.
Winners of the Brents at the Kaoe Track.
Santa Ana, Miy 31.—The receipts at the race
■ course yesterday wore $110. Following Is a
list of the winners in the several events:
Fifty-yard foot race—Clyde Nlokey.
Standing high kick—Tan Harlin, 7 feet 4
Bunning high Jump—H. C. Head, 5 feet 4
Boys'raoe, 75 yards—Carey Johnson, 11 1-5
Standing broad lump without weights—Clyde
Nickey, 9 feet 9 inches.
Running high kick—Taz Harlin, 8 feet 8K
' Runulngbroad jump-H. C. Head, 18 feet 6
Boys' race, under 12 years — Fred Farrar
touched the string first, bnt the race tn given
to Hai McCu.lough, as Farrar had not entered
for the rr cc until after his arrival on the ground
si, - b.cyele raoe—Harry Bundy, 3:10 U.
Oie-huudred-yard foot race—Clyde Nickey,
Standing broad jump with weights— O. Reed,
12 feet 6 inches.
Hop, step and jump—Abner Wood, 41 feat 3
I Two hundred and twenty-yard run—H. 0.
Head, 27>4 seconds.
Throwing 15-pound hammer—Mosbaugh, 51
feet, 7U inches,
i One hundred yard handicap—Harmon won
wi b three yards handicap,
i Boys'race, 100 yards—Joseph Lugo, ll?isec
' Fonr-mlle bicycle race, hsndlcap, six starters
—Bundy, scratch; Freeman, 00 yards; Cole,
quarter of a mile: Spangler, thrteeighihs of a
t mile; Reed and Field, half a mile. Field won
i in 12:52; Spangler, second.
Four hundred and forty-yard dash—H. 0.
Little girls' race—Maggie Hesd.
The mile relay race ta< pot so Interesting as
it would have been with opposing te*ms en
tared, there was but one team, which won in
4 minntes and 29 second
i A lug of war for all who cared to test their
strength closed the day's sport.
FIRR-WATER CAOSEB A FIRE.
C. Her got on an ornamental jag yesterday
i afternoon, and made himself so disag eeable
that it became necess«.rv to lock him up in the
oity jail He had ridden his horse into the
doorway of a bouse aud attempted to assault
the owner of the building. Last evening, as
Mr. Cogburu was on his way to police head
qnarters, ne discovered smoke issuing from the
jail. On opening tbe door he found the room
filled with smoke, and ihedoor-faoing. the floor
and part of the b*d covering; ou fire. The fire
was extlniuinhed just in time to prevent the
extinguishment of life in the prisoner, who
doubtless hoped to escape of body but not of
soul by burning the jail. He si. fined $10 by
Justice Freeman this afternoon when brought
into conrt on a charge of disturbing the peace
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert of Orange, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Watson, Mr. >. B. Keech and Mrs. Lnoy
Stone go today to Pomona to attend the Unita
Mr. and Mrs. Paul See"gar returned last Mon
day fro.a t..e east, wi.ere they have been lor
James McFadden has returned from San
H. 'coit and family of Prairie Grove, Ark.,
arrived in Santa Ana last evening, with the in
tention of making tbis th ir home,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hi. key of San 'nisObiipo
county, wit , lived in Sanla Ana 12 yrars ago,
bave been calle' h -re by the serious illness of
Mrs. Hick-jy's father, J. H lamison.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Montague, Mr. and Mrs. C.
' Vo«s, W Dillaban, Mr and Mrs Robert Pslne
Miss L- Eastou and Mrs. 0. U. Fife are spending
L the day at Laguna.
The X P.'s who went to San Diego yeßterday
> arrived home at 11 o'clock last night.
Mrs. R W. Rowell spent yesterday in Sap
Diego, visiting her husbird.
■ MlasMoilie Keller, who has secured ano« -
[ tion In viversiSe. left for tbat place to^ay
I Miss Mattle Anderson, who has been visiting
i friends here, returned to Pasadena today.
I slayieVOTMWji: — *»*-*'
O. J. Barber, aged 65 years, a resident of Lan
caster, and Etta M. Bnrnham, aged 40 years, a
resident of Madison, Now York, after having
' procured the requisite lie.usi, last evening
went to tbe r aidence of Rev. «. J. Fleming and
R. Q W ckbam has returned from Han ford
He has been assisting in the organization of
Dr. Fuller's place, near Tustin, was sold today
Thir y onede' d<, consideration $29,000 were
recorded this week
J. 8. Pitman's address to the Gordo-'Granger
post of Orange, last evening, is r< ported 11 have
been a fine one. CoUege hail was well fliled ro
Mrs. J. . Franklin and son will leave for
Kansas to visit their o d home tomorrow.
Miss 'iola Hines 1b visiting Miss Florence
Brown in Pasadena.
A license to wed was issued -oday to Wm. L.
Hale, ag'd 30 years, and Dora Ro-che, aged 22
jears, both residents of Plsceniia
F. Fiscner appeared before Justice Treeman
at 10 a. m. .today oa a charge of challeng ng to
fight a duel. The time for examination was set
lor Friday, June 2d.
An Interesting Campfire—Well-Dialled
Univrrsity, May 31.—Last Tuesday evening
(Memorialdav! the university building was the
scene of r campfire social under ihe auspices of
the University guards and the a. B. C. girls'
brigade, Early In the evening martial music
filled, the air and continued until about 8
o'clock, when the exercises began in Aristo
telian hall with music, consisting of war songs
by achoir of yonng brigadiers. The banjo and
mandoiin were made to play their part, and
Captain Nlckerson rendered a solo.
After this tbe audience adjonrned to Alhena
hall, where a competitive drill between the
University guards and tho Girls.' brigade too,
place. Tbe audience voted upon the ones who
drilled the best, and Sergeant Oliver of thj
Guard--received the most votes, wh'le Lieut.
Mabel Bristor was voted the best drilled mem
Der oi the Girls' brigade.
The audience tnen repaired to the art room,
where the campfire scene took place. The scene
represented a tent ou the o.d camp ground, with
the campfire in tbe background, and the sol
diers seated around the flic. "Tenting on rbe
Old Camp Ground" was sung, when the tingle
sounded "taps" and the lights were extin
The commissary department then prepared
for «ork. Tables were spread in the college
halls and ice cream and oake served to the au
The eatables being fully disposed of, tha
company returned to the society halls, where a
soaial time was spent in playing games until
the clock announced that it was nearin <
Wednesday morning, when the company wend
ed their several days homeward, naving en
joyed something new and interesting In the
Tho young ladies of the girls' brigade ap
peared for tho first time in their new nifojm, a
blue drees with t-immlngs of white aud toid,
according to r*nk.
The University auards assisted in the con
ducting of the mem .rial services at the Rose
dale cemetery, last Tuesday morniug.
Fred Measmore was made happy on Dacora
tion day by the arrival of a baby boy.
Another wedding—Miss Luoy Smoot of this
place and Mr. Frank D. Stephenson of San Ber
nardino are the contracting parties.
The end of the oolletre year at the university
is hearing. Commencement, day will be June
22d. Bvery eveuiur for a week previous to
this dat-: exercises of the diiiVruut college so
cieties will be held.
Mils Tucker and K'lward Lougley, students of
the Stanford university, were baog visiting
their old schoolmates 01 the university here
Dr. Wine is building, en Thirty-ninth stree, a
small house which he will occupy until be can
erect a SftOOO home.
Miss Maude Suook. well known in musical
clrcleß here, wis recently married to Mr. L I
Bay of Han Francisco.
Mr. Jnpy has purohasei several lots on Jef
ferson and Royal streets, on which he will
Frans P. Kelly, the Santa Barbara attorney
has sold a lot in tha Howes tract to Mr. Auster
Postmaster Foster of Lubeo, Me., write
that after tbe Grip, Hood's Sar»aDarilla brought
him out of a feotjie, nervouscoudition, in to
complete strength and health.
Hood's Pills have won high praise for
heir pro mpt and efficient yet easy action.
Poison. Oak— Hull's Cream Salve
will give lmme.ilate relief and oure in 24
hours. 2» and 50c. Off & Vaughan's drug
store. Fourth and Soring sts.
Shipping; Arrival* and Departure!— L
ocal New* Matters.
Redondo Beach, May 31 —The steamer Co
rona, Captain Hall, reached her moorings
alongside Redondo wharf at 2 o'olocs this
morniug, landing 95 tons of merchandise and
55 passengers for this port She took aboard
58 barre s of aspbaltum, destined for San Diego
being a transhipment from the Steamer Boniia
iLe Corona was under headway for the Eouth
at tt p. m
Enlargement and improvement seems to be
the O'di-r of tbe day with mine host Beauuette
of tht, Hillside house. Mr Beaquetle isbtiltd
ing an extensive wing to the Hit side house,
which wlh »dd eight large moms, raasin? 20
In all. All the apartments In the Hillside are
large and commodious, and Mr. Beaqtieite is
resolved to have hi* honso In order by June
10 b, pr pare I for a big crowd to arrive on that
date from the north.
Mr. «. h. Venable, superintendent of the
Redondo water works, took po s scion of his
new office yesteiday. In connection with ihe
water works di-paninent Mr. Venable lschargol
with looking after thecarapingcommunity lhat
commences to invade the beach at this piiiod
of the year. Mr. Venabie's olflie islorat d In
the eastern section of the Redondo wharf office,
and is eiigibiy located for the public wbo have
occasion to do buslne,s with hlra.
Mr. Wm. M. Ewen of Los Angelea has put up
a permanent house on leased ground a short
d stance north oi the pavilion, j .- abuvu high
Six campers have already secured leasts for
camping on tre teach.
Bd oaxey reports 1000 pounds sea bass and
surf fish landed this morning. (Several boats are
still to re heard from today.
Mr. Cher c* 8. Ta'lmadge jr., representing A.
■•in Hog & Co., San Francisco, was among he
dondo's vlsiiois today.
The steamer Casper, Captain Anfinson, hav
ing made quick discharge of her cargo of rail
road ties, sailed early yesterday morning (or
This morning's arrival at Hotel Ridondo, ar>;
G. U. Htraltou, Q. H. Cochran, Miss Florence
H' llman, T. C. Schelmen, San Francisco; Mr.
aud Mrs. Wm Stanton, Miss A. Doreu, Pasade
na; Miss Goodwin. Victoria, U. C: Miss Hell
men. I. L. Hibburd, Miss Amy Hcllmua, Los
Angeles; R. Lor ni, M D , San Diego.
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for the women who suffers, if they'll
only turn towards it. There's a
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make women miserable. It's Dr.
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it makes women healthy and strong.
It's a legitimate medicine that's
purely vegetable and perfectly
harmless — a powerful general, as
well as uterine, tonic and nervine,
renewing and invigorating the entire
system. It regulates and promotes
all the proper functions of woman
hood, improves digestion, enriches
the blood, dispels aches and pains,
brings refreshing sleep, and restores
health and strength.
For period ioal pains, weak back,
bearing - down sensations, nervous
prostration, and all "female com
plaints" and irregularities, "Favor
ite Prescription " is a positive reme
dy —the only one that s so sure and
certain that it can be guaranteed.
If it doesn't benefit or cure, you
have your money back.
MaglCal UvtAe ~<•■, n*yl>"> tllutt tiny.
sugar-coated Pellets/of Dr. Pierce —
o«i">»ly larger than mustard seeds,
yet powerful to cure — active yet
mild in operation. The best Liver
PHI ever invented. Cures sick head
ache, dizziness, and constipation.
Can a f oman Be Beautiful
With a Sallow Complexion or a Rough
Skin? Certainly notl
THEN why not try a
1 remedy that will
' make you beautiful?
V Loia Msntez Crern?,
T..* J t The <*KIN FOOD and
Wf TISSPE BUIL-DiR.
~7 fT isawondortul facial
F no poisons, and ree
f ommendefl by the
t "S beet physicians.
t' ftMron ß h r „ 6 ef.°HVd 9 d'rj 1
\ Ttfiota * r ' e " R ° r the skin, pro
tcotin* it from the
sun an t wind and keeping it- soft and smooth.
Price 75 cents.
MRS. HARRISON'S FACE BLEACH
Is not a cosmetic to bide defects, but a medical
wa.h that scientifically removes all Freckles,
Tan.Sunburn,ltlackheHrt-, -Hoth Patches,
tiallowness aud alt o'ber skin blemishes.
Price $1. All of Mrs. Harrison's numerous
prepara' ions lor sale by 1
Mrs. Bora Johnson's
HAIRDRISSING&MANICURING PARLORS I
Rooms 41-42 Wilson Block, Springst.
For any special or complicated blemish of
tho face and form, writs to MRS. NETTIE 1
HARBISON, i 6 Geary street, Ban Fran-isco, t
Oal. Supornuom hair permanently removed. I
"By a thorough Knowledge of the natural
taws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application of
Ihe flue properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr. I
Kppa has provided our breasfaat tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may save ns
many heavy doctors' hills. It is by tho jndl. i
clous use of such articles of diet that a conutltu
'lonmay he gradually built up until strong
enough to resist ever}- tendency to disease. Hun- J
Irods of subtle maladies are floating around us
-eady to a.tacit wherever there ia a weak point. '
Wo may escape mauy a fatal shaft by keeping 1
ourselves well fortiflod wilh pure blood and a t
properly novrlshed frame."—Civil Service Ga
rette. Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in half-pound tins, by grocers, labeled
JAM KM BPPB * CO., Homceopathie Cbenv n
lata. Loudon, England.
tsrttsrjr eypbllla pmnsnenlry *
■f Bored 111 : i0 to 90 dive. Legal gu»r*D»7 to ears or mi gj
H Bay No dodslB( rsiiwnitliill;/. ?r#»lm«Dt ay ro»U ■ 1
B Proof cosu n«thtnß. Write for partlculnrs and yoa KB X
■ will never reject it. GOA&ASTIS RIMEUT CO., B j\
BkSulteiftl *,« Dexter Blag., 8? ..dims j;
fijja GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMH
J 100 1 Market St., Ban Francisco J
8 mMg\ 1 (Between 3th and 7th Sts.)
\ trßmW \ am * bow wonderfully yon }]
mm ilia aro made und how to avoid atcknuss #,
Gju I Aland disease. Museum enlarged with 3
»fi thousands of new objects. Admis- ~
0 ■ sion 3S cts. f,
Private Office—same Building «
1051 Market Street—Diseases of mun: d
stricture, loss of manhood, diseases of the skin g
and kidneys quickly cured without the use of mer
cury. Treatment personally or by letter. Send
J aws Death 3
DEATH CHEATED OF ANOTHER VICTIM.
. 1 The Grave Yawned Wide; Life Hung by a WWW
\\\— \ Mif/lil if Thread, but the Man Was Saved. He Bought ~~*g\
| JHHIjW One of Our
I ''%~J| #10 I
>•>.— It is all-wool. It gave such great satisfaction that the man's physiognomy tW
B>— was entirely changed. His enemies knew him not. «9
k>~ Just think what might have happened had one of our high-rent Spring tW_
street competitors got hold of him. It is awful to contemplate! #
Have you seen our enlarged stores ? We have doubled the size of our *W
store, doubled the size of our stock, and now we are trying to double the *W
amount of our sales. *9
WE CAN SAVE NONEY FOR YOU. TRY US.
|new golden eagle!
j§ CLOTHING HOUSE 3
I ED. B. WEBSTER, Mgrr. |
Under New United States Hotel, Main and Requena Sts.
And Stage Line.
Thi» resort la situated In Besr Valley, 40
miles from -ian Bernardino: altitude 6700 feet.
Is reached by stage line from s*ji Bernardino.
Stage leaves New St. Charles Hotel on i ues
dayjatft s.m. from May 18th to June 15th:
's nesdays and Fridays after above date. A flue
four-seated spring stsge has bien built ex*
preasly f>r this route, and will be driven by
careful aud sober drivers.
l argest trout caught in the state at this re
eor:. Bost-, saddle norses and burros for hire
at Ihe hotel. First trip up on May 16th. The
earlier yon come tho better fishing you will
Board and lodging $10 and $12 per week, $2
per day. Round-trip tloketss7. For fail par
ticulars inquire of C. 8. B. R. ticket office, I.os
Auge es, and New St. Charles Hotel, San Ber
Groceries, provisions and fishing tackle for
sa'e at store adjoining hotel.
5-7 tf ASUS KNiGHT. JR., Prop'r,
POSITIVE AND PEREMPTORY, on Premises,
Ccr. of Allan and Alameda ut*., No. 242, on
Saturday, June 3, 1893,
At 11 O'olock A. M., of
Sixty (60) Head of the Best of J. B.
Hdggin'it Graded Percheron Clydes
dales and Canadian*,
Weighing from 1150 to 1500 pounds, from 4 to
6 voarnold. Pronounce iby ali who have soen
them '.he best lot of work horses that ever came
io this market. Call and see them.
WM. COLON, Owner.
E W. Noyes, Auctioneer. 5-30 td
jgngQfefc Rooms 22, 24 Si 25, £3JBB^sa»w
HtjWw Sahumachor blk, QjsfQsk
107 N. Sprint; St., lan Angeles. I'll.
A SET OF TEETH, $5.
All operations painloss to a degree that cannot
fail to satisfy. All work warranted. Consulta
tion and examination free. Ofßce hours: Sam.
to sp. m, Open evening! from 7 till lOo'clock.
Notice to Whom It May Concern.
I PAWNBROKERS' AUCTION SALS ACCORD
lug to law of unredeemed gold, silver,
ililuu oase aud nickel watobes, dta
mind aud gold ear-rings, breast-pins,
'lugs, sleeve buttons, collar buttons, ail*
netware, sold headed cauef and umbrellus,
limits, guitars, mandolins, violins, banjos,
> stolf, Runs, rifles, opara and field glas-ea,
nerchaum pipes and cWar holders, overcoat.,
•oats, pants and yes », valißes, trunks, books,
i-ddl s, surveyors'instruments, drumsand mv
ileal instruments, and all goods pawned with
ue from July 1, ISO 2, to January 1, 1893, at
10. 143 North Main street.
L. B. COHN. Pawnbroker,
H. XTTLING, Auctioneer. 3-24 om
Proposals for Supplies
FOR PACIFIC BRANCH NATIONAL ROMS
for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers—Los Ange
es touuty, Califo ula. May 22, 181)3.—Sealed
iropoHala will be received at the Treasurer's
•nice until 1 o'clock p.m. Friday, June 2. I -:!>3,
or supplies for the quarter ending September
iO, 181)3. as iollows: Quartermaster's subsist*
'nee and h sy.itat store*-. Schedule, with lv*
ormatioo and instructions forsub tttlng bids
vill be furnished upon app'leatlon to tne nn
lerslgned. The, riant to reject any or all bids
i reserved. Address
A. M. THORNTON, Treasurer.
5 22-may 22, 25, 28, 31 it
713 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California.
"Skillful cure Increases longevity to the "Inn nlonsly locating diseases through the
world." pulse anil excellent remedies are great bless
ings to the world."
Forseven months I was treated by five different doctor*, non-3 of whom stated what my dis
ease was. During that time I i-ufferjd tacribly, and continued to fill until I became a skeleton
For the last three mouths I had to oe dressed, (ed snd hive my water drawn. Fint. lv my feet
Jimhe hands and faoe b-came swollen 100 Id not rise from a chair, and could scarcely walk,
And was obliged to have my water drawn from fifteen to twenty times a day. My friends con
sidered I would not last many days. I then, three months ago—commenced trea ing with Dr.
Wong. The first dose of medicine coinple ely relieved in*, and since I have not been obliged to
resort to aritflc'al meaus lor relieving mv bladder. In flvo days I ras able to dress and feed my
self ;in ten days the sw lling had left me and I coti'.d walk ai well as for years before I now
weieh as much as I ever did. and feel be ; ter than I have felt for fifteen years. lam 75 years old
and feel tiptop. Dr Wong says I was affltoted with one of the fourteen kinds of kidney diseases,
Kivera, Cay August 29, 1890. W. W. CHENEY.
Hundreds of other testimonials are on file in the doctor's office which he haa received front
his nnmerons A merioan patients, whom he haa cured from all manner of diseases.
Large and commodious rooms for the accommodation of patients. Consul
PAYING FARM FOR SMI!
Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage
house, hard-finished, of seven room*, bath and kitchen, together with
email cottage of three rooms for laborers; about four acres in bearing
Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 5 acres Winter Ap
ples; two artesian wells; about 8000 feet service pipe and hydrants.
First-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced.
Apply at once to
..■,„.,, 114 N. Beaudry aye . Los Angelas. Cal.
st£S4 LOBT MANHOOD RESTORED
Wk W WW CDAIIT6V UVDVTMsT Ths great nerve and brain restorer la
dQHdQhD FS p 5 r> IOT a * «*** » 1«C (.o},) „ith n written guarantee to core alj
,Vj n*»rrooB dUearea. aoch os Weak Memory. Lowe of Urain Power. Fite ana
■fc CSlf 1 ili. t-r Net-rulyia. Hyatftriti, Diri-ineaa, Oonv'ilsionr.. Wakezulnean, Leet Han hood.
JgW J \*" * L Nervouftneaw. IrfiM'lude nnd all drains or loea of power of the Me&eratiye or»
JST' \jf§\ .>A ■ una in either aer \nvolori<:»ry Loas**. or Self Abneo earned by Over K»et>
litl "' Youthful In(li«?r«tiou«or the excessive ree of Tobacco.Opinm or
-saaWßSSavualefW ultimately tend toitiftanity. With every $5.00 order WW
Beforo and After Uae gtvo a written guarantee to cure or refund the money. $1 a package or Bfo*
$&, Spanish Medicine 00., Mndrid. Spain, Addreea U. 3. Agent*. Detroit. Mich. Circular Free. Mention paper
For sale in Los Angeles by C. F. HEINZEMAN', *-'-'- North Main atreet
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THOSE FINE HAT?
; AT THB
]NEW YORK BAZAAR[
3 Are extremely popular this season. :
3 They commend themselves to the
3 admiring publlu.
| Fine Hats for Small Money. :
i Order* solicited. Workmanship ■
jol a high order. Satisfaction
] 148 N. Spring Street
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PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANING MILLS.
816 Commercial street, Los Angeles, Cal.
11l A. W. Swanfeldt,
SOUTH MAIN ST.
j^ amm "[ A FULL SUPPLY OF TINTS,
Awnings & Cotton Duct
5 14 tt
GLASS & LONG,
AND GENERAL BOOKBINDERS,
N.W. Cor. Temple and New High Sta
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