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Restaurant License violation Case Fort
Pasadena, Jnne I.—The case of Mr.
Marner, proprietor of the Keyatone
lunch houae, who waa arrested laat Sat
urday evening by Marahal Buchanan for
telling beer in violation of tne city ordi
nance governing the aale of aame, came
np before City Recorder J. G. Rosaiter
The defendant, through bis attorney,
Captain Simpson, entered a plea of not
fnilty, and by consent of both attorneys
the case waa postponed for one week.
It is expected that a vigoroua defense
will be made by the defendant, and the
outcome will be looked for witb much
interest by tbe community in general,
aad especially so by the reataurant
keepers who served beer end wine with
tbe accompany cheese and crackers.
Shonld the verdict prove unfavorable
to the defense, numerous arreata will
follow, aa the police department is de
termined to enforce tbe exiating ordi
Bleecker-Boynton.—The marriage of
Dr. J. J. Bleecker and Miaa Annie P.
Boyton waa celebrated at 3 o'clock thia
afternoon at the borne of the bride'e
mother on Maringo avenue. Tbe houae
was beautifully decorated for tbe oc
casion, although the marriage waa a
private one, only a few intimate friends
of the contracting parties being present.
The ceremony waa performed by Rev. D.
D. Hill of the Firßt Congregational
church, aaßisted by Rev. E. A. Healy.
Dr. Bleecker la one of our leading and
most popular pbyeiciana, while the
bride is well known in aociety circles.
The Dr. and Mrs. Bleecker leave today
for a trip up the coast, going as far aa
Santa Barbara by carriage, and from
there by train to the Tosemite valley.
Tbe marriage of Mr. J. P. Hart and
Miaa Jennie L. Hill, both of Loa An-
Wcrceatt,.- n i.„„ «t toe, t-y-t - v. '.hia
morning, A ,
The ceremony waa perform by Rev.
Wyllys Hall, rector of All Saints'
church, with tbe uaual impressive
Episcopal ritual, after which an elegant
wedding breakfast was served.
The honae was beautifully decorated
for tbe occaaion, flowers and evergreens
being need witb much taate. The young
couple left on the 1 o'clock train for a
wedding trip in tbe northern part oi the
Don't forget the school election Fri
day. Polls open from Ba. m. until sun
The trial of Frank Farsbay, which was
set for Friday, has been postponed until
Saturday ia Recorder Rosaiter's court.
Mr. R. H. Riddle will deliver an ad
dress at tbe Pacific Gospei union tomor
row evening npon Tbe Tabernacle. All
Two more studies have been added to
tbe credit of Darodenciß liigh achool at
the atate nniversity, being Latin and ad
Mr. Ray Hutchins, the popular pro
prietor of The Hutchina, ie laid up with
a badly aprained ankle, the result of a
poorly constructed spring board at Oor
The death of Mrs. T. J. Cleveland,
wife of N. E. Cleveland, occurred in this
city today. Mrs. Cleveland waa in the
64th year of her age, and her loss will
be felt deeply by her many friends and
relatives. The funeral eer'vicee will be
held from the from the family residence
on South Hill avenue Saturday at 2 p.m.
Pasadena oflice ot the BSBaltS, No. 7 North
Fair (Inks avenue. Advertisements and sub
KBKCHOFF-CUZNItR Mill and Lumber Co.)
corner Broadway anp Kansas streets.
New* and Personal Notes—The Southern
Pomona, Jnne 1 —Mr. W. H. Vander
vorat and family of Nebraska, who have
Bpent several montha in Pomona, left
this morning via the Southern Pacific
railroad for their home.
Mlbbbb Edith and Alice Giffin, with
their grandmother, left thiß morning
for San Francisco.
Col. Frank P. Firey and Captain Dra
per took a spin around thia morning for
a little recreation. They took their guns
along and enjoyed the cport of killing 14
Mrt. Sturgeas nnd Mrs. Meredith, an
aunt of Prof. Clarence Thompson, have
gone to Stoddard's cafion to spend sev
Mr. Earl Cowan boaided ttie 2:42
CNo. 20 overland) for Los Angelea.
Mr. Wilson, the "right of way" agent
for the Southern Pacific, ia in the city
it is understood that four of the live
oonncilmen are in favor of granting a
Mr. Water, traveling agent of the
Santa Fe, is in onr city today.
Mr. Duncan of Wells, Fargo & Co.,
waa in Pomona on bueinesa today.
Let Pomona by all raeana secure the
Southern Pacific, and not throw cold
water npon its attempts to advance our
interests while it ie seeking ita own. As
Mile.' Nerve and Liver Pllu
Mot on a new principal-regulating the liver
■tomach and bowel, through ihe nerves A
■ew discovery. l>r. Miles' pills speedliy cure
■tllouauess, bad tastes, torpid liver, piles oon
■UpaUon. Unequalled far men, women and
Hglldrcn. Smallest, mildest, surest. Fifty doses
■a cents. Samples free. C. H. Hance, 117
a rule railroad corporations do not beg
to be admitted into a town.
The ladies of the Unitarian society are
making such preparations for their sup
per to-night as will ensure success.
Master Fred Allen of this city has won
the Examiner's prize offered for the best
scholarship in Los Angeles county.
This is an honor to Pomona and Us pub
lic schools, and will do no little > ad
vertise our fair little city. The lad must
feel highly elated at it and his parents
very prond of his success.
A good many have already comm?nced
to speak of the beach and cations—in
fact several have gone to this or that
point for some weeks' recreation.
If our city council and the property
owners of Pomona wish to se* the inter
ests' of this section advanced, they will
hesitate a moment before driving the
Southern Pacific from its present inten
tion of branching off from this poit in a
southerly and southeasterly direction,
as was done some two or three years
since. It is difficult for a town to get
too many railroads or different means
The teachers and pupils especially,
of our little city, must feel proud of the
success of Pomona for securing one of
the 20 prizes (a free "see" of the world's
fair) for the 20 best scholarships in the
state, one to be accorded to each of the
20 districts, of which Loa Angeles connty
Menu and Fertonal Notes of Interest
from That Place.
Santa Ana, June I.—Mrs. Mary Mc-
Kinney, who died near El Toro the 31st
alt, was buried at Fallerton today at
According to a report Bent from Chi
cago by Major Truman. George Hind of
Fallerton has Bent to tbe world's fair a
jar of picpoline olives, H. R. H. Gil
man of Fnllerton a jar of splendid Jap
anese persimmons, and 8. W. Preble of
Tvs tin has sent in four jan of oranges
Meßsrs. Fairbanks & Wright of Tus
tin, and Humphreyb & Pitman of Santa
Ana, have a formed a partnership nnder
the firm name of Fairbanks, Wright &
Co. They thoroughly understand the
landed interests of tho county and ex
pect to do a big real estate business.
Born, May 30th, to the wife of W.J.
Hill of Alamitos, a daughter.
Born, in Anaheim, May 28th, to Mr.
and Mrs. J. N. Hack, a daughter.
Rev. G. E. Dye will present his resig
nation to his church tonight, that it
may be acted on at next Saturday's
covenant meeting. He has been called
to a Los Angeles charge and intends to
accept if hia church here will allow him
a car yesterday, was struck on the head
by an iron bar which slipped out of
place, and waa quite badly but not seri
A 350 pound jew-f,sh wbb caught at
G. S. Smith and Thomas Drurey went
to Newport today as disciples of Izaak
County Clerk D. T." Brock's handsome
new desk has arrived and been placed
in bis office.
Mrs. C. H. Smith of Olive died yes
terday and will be buried tomorrow at
9:30 a. m.
The new 10-inch artesian well for the
city, which ia to be between tbe rsaer
volr and tbe present well, waa com
Mra. V. E. Warner left thia morning
for his old home in Topska, Kas.
Fred L. Mitchell, who has been look
ing for a home and business location in
San Luis Übispo county, not liking tbat
country ao well aa thia baa returned to
Santa Ana and gone back into business
with Mr. Blee.
Mr. Philip Harris and wife, nee Mies
Annie Hirschfield of Bakersfield, ar
rived in Santa Ana, where they will
make their home, today. Their friends
wish them much joy.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Browning of
Anaheim have gone east and will go to
Europe before returning.
Mrs. James W. Dean started for the
eaat on the 31st ult.
Mr., Mrs. and Miaa Jessie Baker are
spending a few weeka at their mountain
Mra. A. H. Bibber, Miaa Prince Bibber
and Captain Coulson start to Chicago
The parents of Rev J. W. Utter, who
reside in San Bernardina, visited him
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilbur and Mr.
and Mrs Elmer W. Lean started on a
camping trip today. g\
The orange erowere Of Orange will
meet on the 11th to effect a permanent
organization for the purpose of pooling
their prodncts and selling without the
aid of middlemen.
On May 28th William L. Marsh of
Florence and Miss Mary Hester of West
Orange were married at the latter place.
Mrs. J. O McOov and two sons are suf
fering from diphtheria.
AT SANTA MONICA.
Shipping Increasing at the Big Wharf.
Santa Monica, Jane L—The flret
summer month opened up fine, witb
charming weather, two steamers at the
wharf and every one happy.
The citizens of Santa Monica met pur
suant tocalllatthe town hall Wednesday
night, to nominate a candidate for
school trustee, to Oil a vacancy caused
by the expiration of the term of Judge
J. C. Morgan. The meeting unanimous
ly choose Mr. Nathan Bandy, and ap
pointing a committee to further hia elec
tion. The electing will take place to
morrow (Kriday) at theschool houae.
There has no opposing candidate put
That's What Thry all SAY.-It Is custom
ary In these latter days to express our ue.-fec
satislaction with a thing by saying "It's im
mense!" It's so expressive that nothing can
be added. Geo. L. Fin*. Philadelphia, Pa
says: "My wife has been taking your New
Cure for the heart, and says It is Immense. She
has not been troubleed with pain or smothor
ingspells sine, using It." Jno. L. Roberts.
Slatiiigton Pa., lays he is 73 years old and has
suffered from heart disease for over 40 years
Was treated without avail by prominent New
York phystoians; grew constantly worse; took
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and was comoletelv
cured. 8o!d by C. H, Hauce, 177 N. Bpring si
on a guarantee. '
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, .TUNE 2, 1893.
in an appearance. What time will do
only development! can show.
The park committee are cleaning np
the esplanade prior to the first concert,
which takes place Sunday, the Ontario
band being the musicians of the day.
The Bouito moved alongside of the
wharf yesterday, taking a cargo of grain
from here for northern ports.
The Bteamer San Mateo, Captain
Perks, steamed np to the Mammoth
wharf yesterday morning with a cargo of
4000 tons of black diamonds. The genial
captain was more than pleased to get
back to Port Los Angeles and Santa
The Corona, the first steamer of the
Pacific Coaet Steamship company's line
to touch at Santa Monica, will arrive
at the Mammoth wharf tomorrow (Fri
day morning) on her northern trip,
leaving for the north at Ip. m. The
special to connect with her leaving Ar
cade depot at 11:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. James Murtah of New
York are at the Bellevue Cottage.
M. Isaacs of the Unique etore, Lob An
geles, is recreating at the Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dennieon of
New York city are booked to spend the
summer here as guests of Bellevue Cot
tage, arriving on June Ist.
Among yesterday's arrivals at Hotel
Jackionare: Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Van
Ness, San Francisco; Miss Millie L.
Bcott, J. D. Westevelt, D. H. Morrison,
E. E. Peck, E. Steinman, Robert Green,
Mrs. C. D. Hough. Loa Angeles; Piatt
Rogers, Denver, Col.; C. A. Wilson,
Oakland ; Mrs. Philip N. Aunsen, Misses
E. K. Aunsen, Mabel G. Aunsen, San
Items of Interest.
FIRBT-CLA9B ROOM i an* hj&t table board
aHauta Monica at Bellevue Cottage (In con
nection with Bellevne Terraco, Los Angeles),
Ocean avenue. Mrs. C W. Stewart, Prop.
ALL WHOKSJOY good Fr neh cooking go
to the Delmonlco Restaurant, Becond street,
Banta Monica, whore P. liauphiue, tbe cele
brated chef, presides over cuisine. Private
rooms It dsnlied.
Another Btg Incorporation Formed.
Many New Comers. Sxpected.
Redi.ands, June I.—Thia city is rap
idly coming to tho front in the matter
of forming companies and corporationa
to advance the interests of the sur
rounding country. Several large com
panies have been formed of late, while
yesterday another waa organized and
filed articlea of incorporation with the
connty clerk. It will be known aa the
Redlands Inveatment company and haa
auch well known citizena aa Fannie Q.
Ryon, Matilda Ryan, George E. Otis,
Katharine Otia and John P. Fißk for di
rectors. The capital atock of incorpora
tion ia $100,000. The time for which the
incorporation ia to exist ia 50 years,
with power to purchase, acquire, hold,
lease, sell and mortgage real estate and
personal property in the city of Red
lands or elsewhere.
agent ot m tne
city yesterday and gave out the opinion j
that the coming winter would bring |
more people to Southern California that I
ever had visited St heretofore. He tbinke
that thia part of the atate was never in
better condition than now and aa a re
ward will be crowded with tourista and
! borne seekers. Reports are coming from
: every section of tbe east of vast numbers
of people who are arranging to come to
-Southern California this winter. With
thia assurance we can almost look for
another boom in the near future.
Austin Park is in the city for a few
Lee Fackler, wife and daughters, will
visit in the east soon.
Postmaster S. O. Haight and Nelson
Green will take a vacation for the sum
mer at San Diego.
George W. Meade and family will
leave tbe middle of June.
Tom Carroll is building a fine cottage
on Watson addition.
The Southern Pacific company are
nutting broad gnange ties on the motor
line between thia city andj San Bernar
Rev. E. J. Inwood is expected home
tomorrow from Chicago, where he has
been visiting his brothers.
Company (i will have target practice
on June 2lUh, in San Timoteo cafion. sg
Thirty young men of thia city went to
San Bernardino Tuesday afternoon on
Tbe Good Templars gave a successful
picnic at Arrowhead Tuesday.
Aboot 26 Knights of Pythiae went to
San Diego Decoration day.
Prof. J. H. Allen, formerly of Har
vard, will preach at the Unity church
The pupils of the Union High school
will present the catata entitled, Tse
Heroes ol 76, at the Academy ol Music
R. P Stewart's Disappearance and Sud
den Re! urn—Notes.
Long Bbacii, Jnne I.—Conaiderab'e
uneasiness was occasioned by the sudden
disappearance of K. P. Stewart, proprie
tor of the short order kitchen on fine
street. He was misled during the after
noon, and when he did not return at
night a number of his friends started out
in search of him. The beach, eliif and
pier were all carefully searched, but no
trace of the roicßiug mau could be
found. Excitement ran high and as he
is very popular among the boys, a largo
force was secured, and the search con
tinued the greater part of the night, but
without result. He, however, put iv an
appearance this morning, but declined
to give any information concerning bis
whereabouts. It is rumored, however,
that he has located a gold mine close by!
James Brady of Pasadena, purchased
the lumber for twocottageß today.
There will bo an election of school
trustees tomorrow, (Friday. June 2d).
W. T. Parcell sold his residence to
James Stewart of Downey, yesterday.
A large number of halibut and rock
cod were caught from the new wharf to
Mr. Julian has rented Darby's feed
Mrß, Jessie Graham of Downey, has
rented Mrs. Fox's cottage on Pine Btreet,
and will open it as a restaurant.
Cone Beach Notes.
FOR 0001*8 at Los Angel >s prices go to Wm.
Schilling's corner of Plue and Second streets
Clean, fresh Block of groceries, dry goods, boois
and shoes, etc.
Usk Grrman Family 9oap.
Pat Halpin Killed at the Needles by a
San Bernardino, Jnne I.—Sheriff
Booth received a telegram today from
Depnty Bheriff F. B. Keyes at the
Needles, stating that he (bleyea) had
killed Pat Halpin, who was resisting
arreßt. A special was received in this
city later, giving the particulars as fol
lows : Pat Halpin, an old miner, had
received money from ore sold from his
mines in Arizona, and had been drink
ing and gambling for several dayß past.
He was in a bad temper and had had a
few words with a railroad man named
Templeton. Halpin rushed off butßoon
returned and found Templeton Bitting
in front of a jeweliy store, in company
with another railroad man by the name
of Jim Dugan, and pulling a gun imme
diately commenoed firing. Templeton
ran through the store and back yard
and escaped without injury. Dugan
received a wound in the shoulder.
Hapin ran around the corner in search
of Templeton, only stopping to reload
Mb gun. Deputy Sheriff Keyes ap-
E eared upon the scene and ordered
im to throw up his hands,
when Halpin pulled his gun on
Keyes, who fired two shota, both taking
effect. One ball paaaed throueh the left
breast, the other through the bowels,
striking tne face of his watch in his hip
pocket. The wounded man died last
evening at 9:30. Coroner Tompeon was
telegraphed, but did no.t go out. Sheriff
Booth informed the Herald correapond
ent that Mr. Keyes waa a very sober,
cool-headed man, and had had consider
able experience with criminals, and if
he shot a man he certainly deserved it.
Dr. L. N. Bedford has returned from
Mrs. Alex Wixom is visiting friends
in Santa Ana.
Judge Campbell returned today from
San Diego, where he has been holding
court in Judge Retinbaugh'B place.
Col. T. Stanford of Los Angelea is in
the city on legal business.
Captain Beach, the man fish, ia in the
A marriage license waa issued today to
Jamea B. Watson and Eliie B. Hill of
Seth Marshal returned today from a
trip to Laguna, where he haa been
euperintending repairs on hia seaside
Mrs. M. F. Doland left last evening
O. T. Martin and O. H. Worley de
parted for Bed Bluff yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hazilett and
Miss Rose Hazilett left for Taylorville,
The official bond of Tax Collector A.
G. Kendall was reduced yesterday by
the supervisors from $75,000 to $50,000,
and that of County Treasurer Truman
Reeves from $200,000 to $135,000.
City Recorder Peck left today for tbe
worloVs fair. His place will be filled by
Judge J. T. Knox.
Peter Aliament was fined $75 by Re
corder Peck yesterday for selling liquoi
without a license.
The supervisors discussed the import
ant subject of redisricting the county
in supervisorial ■ districts yeßterday.
Upon being put to a vote the board
stood 2 to 2 and nothing resulted.
In the case of J. W. Stevenson et al
v* v . R. H. Garland and others, brought
to quiet title to the Gray Eagle mine,
I judgment was rendered yesterday it
I involving the purchase of a dairy, wfti
decided by Judge Otis today in depart
' 22sn£ on* is /sver of pisinti^*
The county clerk issued a marn'Ruc
license today to T. J. S. Clapp and Ellen
J. Hamilton of this county.
The eleventh regular semi-annual
meeting of the Southern California
society will be held in this city at Davis
hall on June 7th and Bth." Dr. W.
Thompson will deliver the address of
W. F, Mansfield, the prospector ar
rested in thia city on Memorial day for
haranguing crowds on the>atreeta, was
adjudged insane by a lunacy commission
today and committed to Napa.
The fees for recording papers in the
recorder's office for the month of May
foot up to $1,625.65.
The firat case transferred from the
superior court of this county to that of
Riverside is entitled John Hanlon vs.
Catherine Bettner and othera. The
order was made by Judge Otis Monday
A Luncheon Party — School Treated
Anaheim, Jnne I.—Mrs. 0. O. Rust
gave a most delightful ladies' luncheon
at her residence on Palm street, tbis
afternoon, in honor of ber guest, Mrs. J.
B. Reddick, wife of the lieutenant-gov
ernor. A few of the ladies present were
M»s. Browning, Scott, Melrose, Kuchel,
Koll, Landell, Thacker, Cole, Strodboff,
Lnngenberger, Lewis, James, and a num
ber of Tonng ladies.
An election for school trustees is to be
held tomorrow. The only candidate
who has come forward is Mr. Heald, the
outgoing trustee. He should by all
means be re-elected, as he has carefully
and conscientiously filled the thankless
position for a year, and given satisfac
tion to all.
Samuel Hamilton Of Lob Angeies was
in town today attending to legal busi
A. L. Thacker, with his family, ex
pects to le ye for Chicago Monday.
They will return in the fall and spend
tbe winter w.'th us.
Mrs. Lieutenant-Governor Reddick is
spending a few days here, t"he guest of
Mrs. 0. O. Rust.
Several pltnks from the cornice of
Rsed's drug store fell down yesterday
morning. Although the homes which
wore tied underneath were badly fright
ened, there w»s no serious damage done.
The building ia one of the oldest in the
country, and tbe porch should be re
placed or strengthened before some
serious accident occurs.
Interesting Neva Matters from the
Whittier, June I.— The residence be
ing erected by Jesao Smith, late of Dcs
Moines, lowa, on the corner of Friends
avenue and Hadley atreet, will be a sub
stantial improvement to that neighbor
An instructive lecture, entitled Public
Opinion, waa recently given by Rev. Mr.
Campbell of Lob Angeles, under the
auspices of the Epworth league.
Alva Starbuck haa had the interior of
his drug atore handsomely papered
Bneklen'a Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world tor cuts, bruises,
pores ulcers, salt rheum, fever tores, tetter
chapped bauds, chilblains, corns, aud all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no
say required. It is guaranteed to give perfeot
satisfaction or money refuuded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale by C. F. Heiuzeman,
222 N Main street.
throughout. Mr. Herron did the work.
The Epwortb league and Y. P. S. O. E.
held a union meeting last Sunday even
ing, at the request of the former. At
the service following. Superintendent
Walter Lindley gave an instructive ad
dress, entitled, College vs. Prison, to a
crowded house. Thia discourse was an
interesting review of his recent visit to
Stanford university and San Quentin
Decoration day waa observed in Whit
tier. The old soldiers were marshaled
to the state school chapel by the school
drum corps. An address was there de
livered by Judge Owens of Los Angelea.
Good vocal mueic was also rendered by
a Whittier quartette, and by the boys of
tbe school. The aoldiers and a number
of others then repaired to the cemetery,
where the grave ol the only veteran
interred there, viz.: F. F. Weed, was
decorated. The old soldiers also kindly
decorated the grave of Mrs. Lilla Lind
ley. the deceased wife of Dr. Lindley.
Charlie Vernon had an auction last
Saturday in the Doty block, Mr. Wildey
J. 8. Adams was kicked on the head
laat week by a horae, making a severe
fracture of the skull. He ia doing well.
Mr. Albert Hadley fell from a hay loft
recently, brniaing himself severely.
Hia chock induced a return of his old
complaint, chronic rheumatism. His
bank duties in Los Angles have since
A Thriving Town Which Has Many
Downkv, Cal., May 29.—Favorable
geographical conditions, supplemented
by v progressive and thriving popula
tion, is certain to attract a similar claea
of people from among thoee seeking
homes in Southern California. Downey
can certainly offer these conditlona;
located midway between the Old and
New San Gabriel rivera, the very center
of a rich agricultural region, with sev
eral towns more or lees tributary to it;
the city of Los Angelea within a few
minutes ride by rail, there being no leaa
than three railroads connecting Downey
and vicinity with the larger oity, besides
good wagon roads permit the fruit
grower and truck farmer to reach city
customers direct the year round.
The coil is favorable to fruit growing.
Tbe orange and apple seem equally at
home in the same orchard; walnuta do
well, also peaches, apricots, pears, etc.
The grape, for wine or table, ia of fine
quality. A large winery here handles
the product of this vicinity. - Dairying
ia among the successful pursuits of the
farmer. Alfalfa, the chief reliance for
butter and cheese, yields immense crops
of provender for cattle; barley for hay
or grain ia always a large crop. Horses
are raised in large numbera, but are not
bringing the prices they should. A
better clasa of etock of all kinds are
now to be found throughout this section.
Cheese factories and creameries are all
doing an increasing business. The pro
duct of both are of the best quality and
find read) sale.
A great future ia certainly in store for
thia favored locality. With churches
and schools, an intelligent and industri
ous people, railroads on every hand, a
rich coil, nearness to good markets, etc.,
ate , will certainly attract the home
Downey, May 31.—Decoration day waa
very quiet, our streets almost deserted.
Some went to Santa Monica on tbe
morning excursion, but our muoiv
utci iv r.,Mor* to tTie wftarr celebration.
Thi3 is a busy aeason with farmers,
particularly when irrigation is needed,
ana yet the arroyo ditch is incomplete
Flumes which should have been placed
in at the very outset, so aa to let tha
upper settlements be using the water
while the lower end of the ditch waa
being finished, much valuable time waa
lost and orange trees are suffering from
the late beginning and bad manage
Agricultural ditch No. 2 will not be
utilized this season, according to one of
Eddy Wiley, who waß badly hurt by a
horae a few weeks ago, ie improving
Children's dny waa obaerved last Sun
day in the M. B. church couth. Beau
tiful decorations added to the joyous
occaseion. Rev. Mr. Harper made a
very appropriate address to the many
little folks who attend there.
Rivera Presbyterian Sunday school
observes the second Sunday in June as
Mies Lee Browning of the Normal
school was at home Saturday, and waa
amoug the throng at Long Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Barlow intend
going to the world'a fair, and from there
to extend their trip to New York.
Mrs. Emery of East Hadley, Canada,
an old friend and acquaintance of Mr.
Joe McCullough, who has been in Cali
fornia sincf October visiting a sister at
Wilmington, will start on her return trip
about June 16tb. She thinks this the
country oi all she ever visited to enjoy
life in, and goes hack to Canada favor
ably impressed with our state.
Mi-a Jessie Butler cf Los Augeles ia
visiting at Dr. Ed Bruuaon's for a
The Holiness church ia holding a re
vival meeting in their church.
Rev. Hawkins will preach this even
ing in the Cbrietian church.
There will be a concert Friday evening
by the Good Templars.
Dr. A. G. Haygood of Norwalk will
leave today on a four weeks' visit to
Shipping Arrivals and Departures—Local
Rkdondo Beach, Juue 1. —The steamer
Jewell, Capt. Madeen, berthed along
side Redoudo wharf at 0 o'clock this
rnoruiug, her cargo consisting of 209,000
feet of Redwood lumber from Casper,
Mendocino county, and is consigned to
DeCamp Lumber company. Tbis con
signment, with several more cargoes to
follow, will be delivered t& Lindsay
Bros.' stesm mill at North Redondo, to
be mauulactured into staves for the cut
fall sewer construction.
Wm. Trice and Ed. Maxey made fine
ban's by 9 thia morning, aggregating
upward of 1000 weight of pompano,
groupa and herring. Nine hundred and
ninety pounds of deep-water fish were
landed last evening, making 2690 pounds
to be expressed today for Loa Angeles
and interior points.
Mr. L. E. Walker and family of Pasa
dena were among the arrivals in Re
dondo this morning. The family will
take up their residence here, having
leased Capt. Ainaworth c elegant cottage
for the season.
Mr. Martin Hider from Wurtemburg,
Germany, reached Redondo yesterday,
and baa taken apartments at the Martin
Hood's Sarsaparilla absolutely cures where
other pr. n <~..i im, (ail. Tt possesses medicinal
merit l'eculiar to Itaelf.
Constipation and all t oubles with the diges
tive orgaus aud the liver, are cured by Hood's
Fills. Unequalled as a dinner pill.
villa. Mr. Hider baa located beie per
manently, intending to inveat hie sur
plus money in real estate in thia town
and vicinity. t
Among tbe arrlvala this morning at
Hotel Redondo were: C. E. De Camp,
J. M. Methvin, Loa Angelea; George J.
Ainawortb, oity; Edward Solon, jr., B.
B. Gilbert, Stephen Gilbert, St. Louis;
Robert Rankin, Portemonth, O.; J. T.
Rankin, Cincinnati, O.; Albert S.
Booker, Mies Pauline Booker, George S.
Wilkea, Zanseville, O.
Mews Motel from the Sun-Kfssed Terri
[Tombstone Proßpeetor, May 29th.]
The grass is starting nicely in the
San Simon valley, and ahould thia grass
receive more rain within tbe' next two
weeka it will make a splendid crop.
General Weaver and party of capital
ists are expected to arrive in Arizona
soon. The Denver papers aay the gen
eral will become a permanent reaident
The Arizona Copper company of Clif
ton, have commenced building a sul
phuric acid plant; also a leaching plant
for the treatment of low grade copper
ore. Tbe plant will cost between $80,
--000 and $100,000.
( r hceatx Uazette, May 30th.]
That long stalk of alfalfa that has dec
orated the front of the Commercial hotel
was weighed yesterday. It tipped just
20 pounds. A "local mathematical genius
set his wits at work on the proposition,
with tbe result that he figured, at the
same rate of one similar bunch to the
square foot, that a single acre would
produce not less than 435 tons of hay.
George Burbanks arrived on Sunday
afternoon from tbe Harqua Hala after
supplies. There is a bad cave in the Bo
nanza mine. The ground from the first
to the third level haa fallen, and it is
dangerous to work in.
[Tucson Star, May 30. [
Mr. F.lias P. Read and Col. T. M.
Gibson, who came to Tucson Wednesday
and went out to visit their mining prop
erty in the Arivaca district Friday, came
in yesterday. Mr. Read is still in the
city, and Colonel Gibaon left last night
for Los Angeles. Mr. Read speakß in
the highest terms of tbe mining proper
ties of Arizona so far as he has seen, and
particularly of the group of mines which
he owns. The group embraces nine
mines in one body, with 18 rich veins.
At present only one vein ia being
worked. The one being worked iB the
Peequiera mine, which derived its name
from tbe once famous Peequiera, who
made a fortune at working it, and after
wards became governor of Sonora, Mex
ico. Walla of his old houses are still
standing near the mine. Mr. Read Bays
the gold ore now being taken out will
run from $20 to $25 per ton, and that
the supply is inexhaustible.
The grand jury of Cochise county haa
decided that J. P. McAllister is a mem
ber of the board of snpervißora for tbat
county, and that the board had no au
thority for declaring hie eeat vacant.
Mn. i'rau*. ....»take.
As Mrs. Frank, surrounded by her
household goods, sat on the sidewalk in
front of the house from which she had
been evicted for nonpayment of rent,
she remarked plaintively that had she
"preached lees and attended to house
hold duties more" she would not be in
herpresent fix, or, in other words, "this
Christianity, for it has passed into a
proverb that "God helps those who help
themselves." Mrs. Weller, the elder,
saw her mistake a little too late, though
she was brave enough to confess to the
redoubtable Tony that running after the
red nosed Preacher Stiggins was a neg
lect of the marriage contract. Tlie sort
of Christianity that drives a man away
from home, breaks up a family and leads
to shiftlessnees is not the Christianity
expounded in the able epistles of St.
Opposed to the turbulent experience of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank was the life of Mr.
and Mrs. Opp, who, after 57 years cf
married life, died on the same day. This
is one of the pretty stories that sometimes
creep into print, illustrating a happy exit
that every young couple would pray for.
—New York World.
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As there are many sufferers in Los
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iv Boom 14 of the High School building, on
Msv lrHh, 19th and 20in, between the hours of
8:80 and 5 p, m.
Th ' second examination for the same colleges
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Angus- 14,1893. For information address the
Recorder. J H. O. BONTE,
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