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The Mountain Railway—Arizona Char
Pasaorna, June 6.—The Mountain
railroad is fast get ting in ahape for active
operations, under the efficient supervis
ion of Professor Lowe.
The personell of the operating staff up
to date is as follows:
T. B. T. Lowe, president and general
D. J. Macpherson, chief engineer and
superintendent of instruction.
A. W Decker, consulting and electri
J. T. Wheadon, master of transporta
tion and superintendent of tracks and
J. 87 Mills, superintendent of supplies
William H. Knight, auditor.
The company is to be congratulated
In having secured old and experience
railroad men in almost every case to
take charge of the operating department
of tbe new road. Under the direction
of these officials the small amount of
work wbich is yet uncompleted is being
poshed very rapidly, and the official
opening will be one of the events of tbe
Arizona Charlie, who has been giving
a wild west show here for the past two
days, got a little frisky with his riata
yesterday afternoon, amusing himself by
throwing tbe rope around various small
boys who happened to be standing on
the outside of the tent. However, he
■track the wrong chap when he got the
rope arcund Ed Turner for that young
gentleman not only decidedly objected
but promptly awore out a warrant
charging Charlie with battery. Later
he waa arrested by Constable Slater and
fttt up bail for his appearance before
ustice Merriam this afternoon. When
arraigned he plead guilty and paid a fine
Pasadena Tent No. 1, K. O. T. M.,
held its regular election of officers last
evening, the following being chosen: D.
Dennis, past commander; W. H. Con
rad, commander; W. H. Lecey, lieu
tenant commander; W. Z. Tabor, record
keeper; P. O. Prince, finance keeper; 8.
R. Lippincott, chaplain ; Dr. Bwearin
gen, physician; J. H. Plant, sergeant;
H. M. Munson, master-at-arms; Frank
Mendenbail, first master of guards; W.
Carrothers, second mrster of guards;
John Westring, sentinel; J. K. Kelley,
, Marshall Rnrhauan is looking for the
villain who left the poem on his desk.
A boy named Bandle broke his arm
yesterday afternoon by falling off a shed
where he had climbed to see the Wild
Mr. J. 8. Glasscock has sold his home
place on North Los Robles avenue to
Mrs. Walker, who will take possession
Mr. Phelps, a guest of Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Keyes, returned today from a visit
A special car will go down to Redondo
fiom here Sunday next filled with Mac
cabees to attend the state meeting of
The Terminal will run a special ex
cursion to Uatalina Sunday next. A
large blast of 3000 pounds of powder
will be set off at the government quarry
while the steamer is there.
Mr. Slavin has been awarded the car
penter work on Mr. W. C. Stuart's new
house, corner of Orange Grove and Co
lumbia street, for $18,000.
The case of Frank Frasburg came up
before Recorder Roßsiter this morning
and was postponed on account of the
illness of W. 8. Wright, defendant's at
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary society of
the Free Methodist church will be held
at their church tomorrow afternoon at
3 o'clock. Mrs. Phebe Ward, a returned
mieaionary, will address the meeting.
All ladies are invited.
The following members of- the high
school graduating class have been se
lected to deliver the esaays and orations
at the annual commencement oxerciecs,
June 20th: Ralph Gould, Joseph Grin
nell, Volnsy Craig, Harry I). Gaylord,
Maud Jones, Ruth Daggett, Mabel Pren
tiss, Abby Lou Marston.
Pasadena olticeof the Hxramj, No. SO East
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip
KBRCHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co.,
corner Broadway anp Kansas streets.
An Accident to Mr, W. S. Libby—Local
Pomona, June 6.—A serious accident
oc;urred at the residence of Mr. G. W.
Hill, now in process of construction on
Holt avenue, this afternoon. As Mr. W.
8. Libby, one of the force putting on
laths, waa walking towards and, looking
up at tha point overhead where he was
to put on tome laths, he thoughtlessly
walked into thecellar, falling some seven
feet, sustaining a very bad compound
fracture of both bones of the right fore
arm and quite a cut on the forehead jnat
■ above the left eye. fie waaimmediatsly
brought to the office of Dr. J. Hardy
- Smith, where his arm waa promptly set
and dreseed, and the cut over the eve
stitched and put in proper shape. Mr.
Libby showed good nerve, going through
the entire operation without being put
under tbe influence of an opiate.
Mr. and Mrs. Lane McOomas returned
,„ . ' Headache and Dizziness.
Fbkqusnt Causes of Apoii.sx r AMD Paraly
sis.—The most recent nnd pr. round re
searches in this direction by specialise have
developed conclusively that the above disor
ders frequently result in death or permanent
disability. t)t. Miles' Restorative Nervine Is
the greatest remedy for either of these appar
rntly insignia -ant causes. Nothing approaches
I In meilt. Mrs. W. K. Bnrnsof -<outh BeDd,
Ind., who had suffered from constant headsche
for three months, was cured by It. The daugh
ter Of Daniel Myers Brooklyn, Mich., bad neen
insane for 10 years, and was having from 15 to
26 tits a day. Nervlax cured net of both fits
and Insanity. Hold on a guarantee by C, H.
Bance, 177 N. Spring. Get a book free.
home from San Francisco this morning
on No. 19.
Miss Emma Mulkey of Los Angeles,
who has been visiting Miss Mareta
Thomas in our city for the past week,
returned home yesterday.
Miss Carrie Burkhart of Los Angeles,
who was in our oity for a day or two,
left for her home this morning.
Isador Laventbal of Los Angeles was
in our city today.
Mrs. John Johnston left for San Fran
cisco today with her sister, Mrs. Mur
phy, and son.
B. p. Tavlor and family left this after
noon for West Slay ton, Oregon.
The directors of the Pomona orange
belt irrigation district met in this city
today and ordered an election to be held
on July Ist, to vote for or against the
ratification of an assessment levied by
the directory for necessary and current
expenses. The official canvassing of the
vote will be the first Monday following,
The members of the Episcopal choir
and others of the parish will treat the
music loving in our midst to a musicale
on Thursday evening next, at the guild
A real estate firm of this oity has
secured for an eastern brewing syndi
cate an option for 60 daya on the prop
erty situated on Vine, Jackson and First
streets, being 700x250 feet. The financial
secretary of the company is on bis way
here, and there is every prospect that
the trade will be completed at an early
date. The name of the firm is a house
hold one in this county, and if they pur
chase the land they will erect one of the
most complete breweries that money
can secure, and Lob Angeles will have
another manufacturing establishment of
Proceedings of the City Council—Local
Santa Ana, June 6.—The following
matters of business were attended to by
tbe city trustees at their regular meet
ing last night:
A contract entered into between the
city and J. Yoch for the furnishing to
the city ot 25 tons of lump coal at $4.50
per ton and 75 tons of nut coal at $4.50
per ton, was read, and the committee on
coal was discharged.
A communication from W. A. Hlnes
requesting that the city drain the water
off his land on Fifth street was read,
and the matter referred to the street
committee. It was stated that tbe water
stands on the land on account of an em
bankment thrown up on the street.
Tbe report of the tax collector showed
that during the month of May f 125.05
city taxes were collected.
The city recorder reported that no
criminals were brought before him dur
ing the month of May.
The communication from the fire de
partment was again before tbe trustees.
After much discussion it was decided to
defer to their wishes and allow each
member responding to a fire alarm, ex
cept in cases of false alarms, $2.
The question of Santa Ana owning
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light plant came up. Thia has
been much discussed by tbe citizens
and tbe home papers during tbe past
week, the majority of citizens being not
in favor of it. Laat night a proposal
from the Santa Ana Gas & Electric
Light company was read. By the terms
of thia proposal the company offered to
aell the city its plant, put into firstclaas
order, for $5000, a payment of $100 to be
made upon its removal, and $100 on the
first of every month thereafter till the
entire amount waa paid. Tbe proposal
was received and placed on file,
Ordinance No. 166, naming certain
streets, received a second reading and
Ordinance No. 167, fixing the bond of
tbe street commissioner at $2000, was
read and passed.
Ordinance No. 168, defining certain
duties of certain city officers, received a
second reading and was passed.
Ordinance No. 169, being very lengthy,
waa laid over till the next meeting for "a
On motion $500 was transferred from
the general fund to the water fund,
A number of bills were allowed.
The school work of '92-93 is nearly
finished. Following are the names of
the class of '93 in the Santa Ana high
Literary course—Lulu B. Finley, Eliz
abeth Hervey, Anna Hervey and Roy
Scientific course—Ada M. Hervey,
James R. Nourse, Harry W. Lewis,
Charles K. Hogle, E. Holland Rubottom,
Will H. Mayne and Frank D. Hunt.
Tbe baccalaureate sermon will be de
livered by Rev. Alexander Parker of
Orange, at the Presbyterian chnrch in
Santa Ana, next Sunday evening at 7:30.
Class pins will be presented and a
olass tree planted on Thursday, June
15th, at 2:15 p. m., at the high school
The commencement exercises will be
held at Spurgeon's opera house Friday
evening, June Kith.
Rev. H. D. Connell was given a unan
imous call to fill the pulpit of the Chris
tian church for tbe ensuing year at the
annual meeting of the church officers
last night. Under his ministration tbe
church has grown and done good work.
Elder James Logan of Paso Robles,
who has been carrying on a series of
meetings here, left today for South
Mrs. John Erbart, who haa been visit
ing relatives in Texas returned home to
Henry Peabody ia at home from the
Haatinga law school.
Sunday afternoon George Nemo, while
welkin? on the Westminster road, waa
attacked by a Jersey bull and quite bad
ly hurt about the breast and ahoulders.
On eacaping by crawling under a wire
fence, he secured a rifle and shot tbe
Naylor, the eminent Yorkahire
evangelist is to hold a ten days meeting
in Sam a Ana soon, if the clergy of this
city think it practicable and can secure
At the regular meeting of Santa Ana
tent No. 8, K. O. T. M., last evening,
the following named officers were elected
for the term of six months: O. S.
Smith, commander, J. E, Culver, lieu
tenant-commander ; Will Hannah, rec
ord keeper; C. F. Hurler, finance keep
er; E. L. Swartsel, chaplain; W. A.
Neglectof the hairoften destroys 1H vitality
and natural hue, and oume. It to fall out. Be
sore It is too late apply Hall's Hair Bonttrer, a
LOS ANGELES HERALD. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1893.
Penrod, sergeant; Otto YonDg, first
niaßter of guard; Peter Ott, second
roaster of gnard; Grant Back, master at
arms; W. E. Galbraith, sentinel; R.J.
Marshall, picket; Ray Insley, corre
spondent beehive; George Peters, or-
J. A. Rotan is in Loo Angeles on busi
8. F. Smith of Los Angeles is visiting
G. H. Goodwin of the California Culti
vator visited Santa Ana today.
Work on tbe new city well has been
delayed by the non-arrival of the
A marriage license was issued today
to Herman Koster, aged 47 years, a resi
dent of Orange, and Charlotte Bank,
aged 40 years, a resident of Santa Ana,
Col. D. D. Van Valaab, of the United
States army, is visiting S. L. Abbott,
while on a six weeks' leave of absence
from his post at Fort Bayard, New
Mrs. tf. E. Yonng arrived here from
flan Francisco yesterday. Dr. Young's
health being much improved by his
residence in San Francisco, Mrs. Yonng
is here simply to settle np business
affairs, intending to return north to
Cards announcing the approaching
wedding of Miss Delia Lock hart, form
erly of Orange, and Frank S. Williams,
of Columbus, Ohio, are out. They will
be married in Los Angeles, Wednesday,
Dr. A. J. Frost of San Bernardino will
give two bible readings in the First
Baptist church next Thursday and Fri
At the afternoon session of the board
of supervisors yeaterdav the clerk was
instructed to collect a sufficient sum
from the principal and bondsmen of the
Newport drainage ditch to pay the costs
Rev. D. S. McHenry wag re-elected on
tbe Tustin school board.
Some 22 Tustinites gave Mr. and Mrs.
H. Spencer of Fairview a genuine sur
prise party last Tuesday evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Spencer intend removing from
Fairview to Tustin in a short time.
Mr. H. K. Snow sent two boxes of
lemons, selected with great care, to the
Orange county exhibit at the world's
iair last Saturday.
Ralph Eddy, who has been visiting
his mother, has returned to Temescal.
Many Plana for Summer Sports—Local
Santa Monica, June 6.—The Santa
Rosa moored alongside of the wherf yes
day morning, leaving for southern ports
at 7 a. m. The Southern Pacific sent
down a special to accommodate the pas
sengers a large number of whom left
tbe boat at the wharf.
The typos made me say yesterday that
some one onght to give Santa Monica a
street car service. We have a good
street Bervice. What I meant to say was
that there should be a street car service
to the cafion and I repeat it now.
The first huntsman club ever organ
| ized at Santa Monica will be started
within a few days with J. B. Proctor as
I huntsman. Avander Gracht as first
j whip, who ia well-known in England .ts
first Whip in tunny khuho'is, auu Mr.
Woodworth, of the Outlook, aa aecre
tary. They have already secured a num
ber of good dogs and are now completing
arrangements for a number of hunting
I also understand that the Polo club
will start their summer games about tbe
the 15th of June.
The tennis players have commenced to
wield the racket and a number of our
English residents are trying to organiza
a cricket club while the American en
thusiasts are wild to have a baseball
team play here regularly Sundays, and
the yachtsmen are determined to have a
Port Los Angeles club, the equal of any
on the Pacific coast. Thus sports will
be duly represented here during the sea-
William White of Los Angeles has
purchased of George Grimminger the
Milwaukee Resort, and promises to
make the place doubly attractive.
There were 17 lots sold in the Banta
Monica tract last week. At this rate
the last one will be sold before many
The family of Mr. Peter Walters have
gone to Topanga canon for a few weeks'
Among the recent arrivals at Bellevue
cottage are B. Smith, Bentley W. Reiley,
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Houghton and fam
lv, Los Angeles : Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
W. Loomie and children, Mies Ethel
Cooper, San Francisco; Mr.Powers Mar
tin, Mies Carrie Jones, Oakland.
At the new Hotel Jackson the recent
additions to the list are W. L>. Gillette
and,son, Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. 55. A.
Willard, Mies Mina E. Wells, H. A.
Upton, Boston; J. R. Potter,
L. O. Yant, A. Caldwell, Vanderbilt:
R. P. Saxe, Arizona; W. H. Cook and
party, Monrovia; O.Olson, San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Thomas, Sac
ramento; 8. C. Gregg, Phcenix; H.
Cole, Pomona; Mark Freeman, Denver;
R. W. Hill, San Pedro; John H.Smith,
Riverside; F. A. Little, Grass Vailey;
V. Ltgo, L& Ballona; Frank Payed,
Springfield, M'aas.; Mr. and Mrs. Wes
ley Charles, Obelsey, Mass.; O. L.
Neer, C. H. Plummer, H. Morris, H. C.
Carlton, J. Keith, T. Moore, Jobn Wood,
Miss Sadie Thompson, Miss Laura
Wood, A. S. Way, W. W. Scott, P. J.
Reitz, J. C. Scott, George J. Linden'elt,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Brooks, Misa Alice
Brooks, Johfj J. White, A. C. McCand
less, Loa Angeles.
About a week ago an excited son of
Mexico, who resides at the cafion, came
into town telling about a Sow of crystal
water that suddenly burst forth from
the side of the hill, and thence, making
for itself a new bed, glided along until it
joined the other stream at ttie mouth of
tha caHon. lie also toid his hearers how
water was oozing out of the dry ground
where it had never been before.
The story havingtcome to the ears of
your correspondent.be started yesterday
in company with E. J. Vawter for the
cation to ascertain, if possible, the truth
of the tales. After passing the time of
A Wonderful Kngtne.
Cannot Bb BVaJAjeiP —Au engine exerting
snrpaasiug power la always a source of wonder,
and yet how man? are entirely forgetful of tiie
existence within themselves of an engine more
powerful and enduring than any everlcvented.
Not oerhap* until they experience irregular
pulse, heart fluttering, tenderness in shoulder
and arm, swollen ankics asthmatic breathing,
weak and hungry spells, smjtberln?, short
bieath, or pain In si ,c, when its existence is
no longer to be denied, a, the possessor must
know he has heart disease. Mrs. Oe Bar, Fitch
burg. Mich , had heart disease IS yf ars; had to
hire house he-p; lived on liquid food, used Dr.
Mils*' Heart .ore. snd all dymptoms left her.
Continued use cured her. Sold by t;. H Haoce,
177 N Snrlns, on a guarantee, who will give
you tbe doctor's book free.
day with A. E. Carrillo at Orimminger'a
Jiavilion, we proceeded up the cafion,
ollowing the musloal atream, which
we readily observed, until we
came to the corral and
slaughter houee of E. D, Suits,
which baa heretofore been surrounded
by tbe dryest kind of land, and we pro
ceeded to investigate on foot, and found
the tale to be more than true, the soil
in two or three directions being next
door to swampy by reason of the aeep
age. The new stream is an exceedingly
pictureeque one, as it goes singing along,
oompletelv refuting the statements of
some of the old times about there being
no water there of any a'count, and com
pletely vindicating the theory that be
neath the entire cafion bed there is an
immense underground stream flowing
seaward, awaiting man's work to place
it upon the adjacent lands and thereby
transform them from grain fields to
prolific fruit orchards, which It Is to be
hoped Messrs. Jones and Baker will do
at an early date. In speaking about the
matter to a gentleman who has made the
water question a special study, he af
firmed that there waa more than enough
water now if properly developed to turn
every acre into an orchard.
A meeting has been called for Thurs
day evening, at the town hall,
for the purpose of properly celebrating
the Fourth of July. Every one should
Items of Interest.
FIRST-CLASS BOOMS and baat table board
at aanta Monica at Bellevue Cottage (in con
nection with Bellevue Terraoe. Los Augelen),
Ocean avenue. Mrs. V. W. Stewart, Prop.
ALL WHO ESTJOY good French cooking go
to the Uelmonloo Reetaarant, Second street,
Santa Monica, where P. Uaaphine. the cele
brated chef, presides over cuisine. Private
rooms it desiied.
The Honsea to Be Numbered —Local
Rbdiandb, Jane 6.—The project of
numbering the houses on the streets of
this city should receive the most careful
consideration before a plan is adopted.
A free postal delivery system will soon
be inaugurated here, and the number
ing should be so done, with an eye to
the future growth and development of
tbe city, that it need never be changed
or rearranged. Several large cities in
the east have renumbered their houses,
and all of them have adopted the 100
block plan, which is giving universal
satisfaction. According to this system
each block is allowed 100 numbers, one
to each 50 or 100 feet, beginning at the
end of tbe street nearest the center of
town, or in which further extension is
impossible, the even numbers on the
righthand side and the odd numbers on
the left of each block. If the size of the
blocks in this city will admit the appli
cation of this system, we believe it will
prove satisfactory. The project has
been tried in Los Angeles and has been
found entirely practicable.
Mrs. Ingram has recovered from ber
H. H. Sinclair has been appointed on
the colonel's staff of the Ninth regiment
with the rank of lieutenant.
Frank Prescott is attending superior
court in San Bernardino.
Paul Edwards, accompanied by Ruth
Edwards and Mrd. J. S. Edvards, left
lest evening for Rochester, N. Y.
Mrs. O. Porter is recovering from a
severe shaking up caused by her car
riage overturning last week.
Colonel Schreiber of the Seventh regi
ment, Colonel Rowland and Major O»
--ens were driven around our city and
suburbs by Lieutenant Sinclair when n
A. W. and Mies Mary Gerrard, Miss
Birkimer, B. W. Wittman and Miss
Sharps were in the city Hunday.
A. G. Sbrahan aaaumed control of the
Daily Facta yesterday, E. F. Howes re
The city attorney has"been instructed
to prepare an ordinance providing for
the change in the name of several
Scipio Craig, editor of the Citrosrrapb,
is home from the world's fair. He re
ports the California exhibit in very
good shape and improving daily.
A Big Klectric Enterprise—High Carpen
San Bernardino, June B.—Three old
and well-known citizens of this city are
engaged in an enterprise which, when
finished, will be one cf the largest of its
kind in Southern California. They have
been working for about three montha on
the pr>ject, and can now see it assum
ihg definite shape. Tbey will incor
porate a company and push the scheme
to completion. They propose to dam
the San Gabriel river and turn its course
through a tunnel. When the water
comos out of this hole i', has a fall of 700
feet, and will create a 8000 horse power.
They intend to convey thia power to Lob
Angeles for use in lighting and motive
power. Tbey already bave a contract
with one company to furnish 2000 horse
power for a street railroad. W. E. Van
Siyke, W. R. Porter and Peter Kehl are
the Dromoters of the enterprise, and are
very sanguine over its completion and
operation. They have secured control
of tbe stream at a point where they can
best utilize the power, and expect to
have a plant in operation soon.
News reached this city today of the
accidental shooting of Constable Hugh
Carpenter yesterday afternoon, He
started on a trip to the desert on a buck
board, and had hardly reached the out
skirts of town when a revolver which he
was carrying slipped from his pocket,
and falling on the wheel, waa discharged.
The bullet pasted through the top of thb
left lung. He waa immediately driven
back to hia home and a doctor Bnm
moned, who did all iv hia power to re
lieve the wounded man's ".offerings. The
information was telegraphed to hie
mother, who is visiting in this city, and
ahe departed on the first train. County
Clerk Hamilton, who was formerly asso
ciated with Carpenter in business, also
left for that place on tbe aame train.
A telegram waa received from Mr. Ham
iltt.n today stating that while Carpen
ter's wound waa aerious it is not neces
sarily fatal, and hopeeare entertained of
C. C. Haskell will leave thia evening
The wife of H. Laurent presented him
with a nine-pound boy Sunday.
An alarm of fire was turned in from
the corner of Third and I) streets at
10:46 a. m. The dimes were extin
guished before the arrival of the fire de
Pete Allament, who waa fined $75 for
selling liquor without a license, paid hia
The case of Nathaniel P. Roberts vs.
For Over Fi.'iy Years
Mrs. Wisslow's eooTHisi: Strop baa been
used for children teeming It soothes the
child, softens the tr.ni>, allays all pain, cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoaa.
Twenty-rive cents a bottle.
Sherman W. Gebhart et al. in depart
ment one of the superior court was
heard today and will be submitted on
A marriage license was issued today
to Frank P. Gould, aged 81, and Laura
Evelyn Smith, aged 24, both of this
Mark Plaisted, the editor of the Riv
erside Enterprise, showed himself on
our streets today.
Company E met last evening at the
armory and appointed several commit
tees to take charge of the Fourth of July
celebration, which is sure to be a suc
The little folks of this city will give
Cinderella at the opera house Friday
and Saturday nights next.
A change was made yesterday in the
editorial staff of tbe Times-Index, C. P.
Huskell retiring and J. U. Comerford
assuming charge of that department.
Mr. Comerford is well known here, and
he formerly occupied the position of city
editor on the same paper.
Considerable excitement is manifested
over the Pulley-Morris race, which will
be run tomorrow afternoon at Riverside
on the Hall tract.
The Southern California Medical so
ciety will convene here tomorrow and
Thursday before which several im
portant papers will be read.
The sheriff sold the property of the
Artificial stone company today under
A pleasant surprise party was tendered
Misa Emma Laurent laat evening at her
home on Second street, between D and
E, by Misses Flora Newman and Bertha
The supervisors wars in session today
and did considerable business. Quite
a crowd collected as they expected to
hear the subject of re-districting tbe
county discussed, but the subject was
not brought up.
The Salvation army is making great
preparations for the reception of Stair
Captain Mclntyre, who has lately come
to the coast. He will have the South
ern California division under his charge.
The old walla of the burned Stewart
hotel are rapidly being raiaed and carted
off by a large force of workmen. The
San Bernardino National bank building
is almost completed. The furniture is
being placed in position today.
The Annual State Meeting of the
Long Beach, June 6.—The state meet
ing of the friends will be held here on
June Kith to 20th. The largeat attend
ance had for years is expected and every
preperation has been made to make the
meeting beniflcial to the cause.
Judge Utley gave an eloquont lecture
on usury last night at Pickets ball on
First street. The judge says the
government should loan tbe money
direct to the people at a rate of interest
not to exceed Zpercentper annm, instead
of loaning it to the banks and allowing
them to charge such enormos rates of
interest. A number of speakers
addressed the assembeled citizens who
received their remarks with applause; it
ia very apparent that our citizens coin
cide with the viewaof the judge and will
support moat heartily any movement
to do away with the present system of
Jesse Graham and family arrived to
day from Downey and will remain dur
ing the eummmer months.
Jerry lllich and wife of Loa Angelea
were here tbe first of the week.
Frank House and wife of of Paaadena
are in town.
Jonn Pendigrass of San Bernardino
spent sevaral days hsre last week.
f.ong JJf-ach Notes.
FOR COQi - Hi lim ,t,ugei 'S prices go to Wm.
Schilling's (.order of Pine aid Second streats.
Clean, fr ph Vtoclc Of gtbeeriSs, dry goods, boots
and euoes, etc.
Shipping Arrival* and Departures—Local
Redondo Be vch, June 6.—The steamer
Navarro, Captain Anderson, from Na
! varro, arrived in Redondo port at 9 a.
m. Her cargo consists of 287,000 feet oi
redwood lumber, consigned to Willia
mette Lumber company, Redondo,
The steamer Lakme from Gray's Har
bor with 420,000 feet of redwood, is due
to arrive today at this port.
The catch of deep water fish landed
thia morning and forwarded to the city
by the Santa Fe, aggregated 10r>9 pounds.
Trie catch yesterday was upwards 013000
Mr. L. J. Perry, the efficient superin
tendent of Redondo wharf, and family
will depart for the east tomorrow
(Wednesday), to be absent six weeks.
The party will consist of Mr. and Mrs.
Perry, Mrs. Jane Perry (L. H, Perry's
mother), the Misseß Lina and Jennie
and Master Frank Perry. The party
will visit the Columbian World's fair,
Escanaba, Michigan, a former residence,
and finally visit their old home in west
ern New York state. As Mr. Perry has
been closely confined to his arduous du
ties here for a long period, the vacation
and trip will be of incalculable benefit
The aged couple, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Reid, lately drowned near Bakerafield,
were a long time residents near Redondo
(at Watkina, on tbe McDonnell tract),
whore they still own a fine ranch of
about 20 acres.
Mr. B. Cromwell of Lcs Angeles, cor
respondent of the San Francisco Call
and Evening Bulletin, was a visitor at
Redondo Beach today.
.Mr. Webb, a leading commercial
broker of Los Angeloa, accompanied by
a member of tbe Tuhbs Cordage com
pany of San Francises, were among the
> arrivals in this burg this morning.
J. M. Bracwell proposes to head a sub
scription to help Uncle Sam to sufficient
funds to deport at least one Chinaman,
C. A. Sheldrick of Loa Angeles, man
azer of the electric railway, ia a guest at
J. H. Forbes of Los Angeles arrived
yesterday and is domiciled at Martin
This morning's arrivals at Hotel Re
dondo : R. B. Moorehsad, Mrs. Moore
head, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Field, Los An
geles; John 8. Osgood, L. Sylvester,
Cincinnati, O.; George A. Gregg, San
du»kv, O.; Peter Gillig, San Bernardino;
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Roy, Boston.
Experience of an Ex-Champion.
Athletes and men who lake ordinary outdoor
exercise such ac walking, running, h.cycle rid
ing, jumping, swimmins. tennis, etc , »re often
the subje:!t» of acne troubles The experience
of an ex-ihampion walker will bonf interest to
all who «:e stlbctad. Hark' Brooks writes:
"No. 324 g. l!)th St., New York, April 2, 1886.
"Numerous t-utemtnl* relative to the merits
of different p asters havinn b;en brought to my
atiention, I take thiii opportunity to aute that
I h«vo us*i ALi-rocic s Porous Plashrs for
over 20 years and jlrefer then to any olber
kind. I would furthermore state that 1 was
very sick with catarrh of the ktdneys and at
tribute rr. y recovery entirely lo Allcock's fo
ROT. A PI.A.ITRRH. '
WaU Paper at Cost.
Clostns out sale—Kc.strom & trasburg, 307
and 30S dootn Main street.
Visiting Cards Kngravad
At Langttadter's, 21* West S;cond. Tel. 762.
News Notes from the Sun-Kissed Terri-
[Fnceulx Gazelle, Jane 4th.]
Charlie Duchet returned yesterday
from an inspection of several of the
most prominent Superstition mountain
mining claims. He has especial com
mendation for the property of Caleb
Perron, over near Marlar's ranch. Here
he found a beautiful body of gold
bearing quartz. Toe men who were
sinking on the claim were far from prac
tical miners and were energetically
blundering along in a most amusing
way—they were throwing away the pay
rock of the vein and were carefully sav
ing up tbe rock dug from the foot wall
of the ledge. They were much aston
ished on being shown free gold in a
dozen pieces picked from their waste
The Arizona Copper company at
Clifton have commenced building a sul
phuric acid plant, also a leaching plant
for the treatment of low grade copper
ore. The plant will cost between
180,000 and $100,000.
[Tombstone Prospector, June 3d.]
At the Lucky Ones the usual amount
ot ore is being shipped. Tbe drift
started 60 feet below the sixth level is
now in some 30 feet. An unlimited
•mount of ore has been uncovered, and
as work progresses, which is pushed as
rapidly as possible, its richness in
creases. It carries a predominance of
gold. There are indications of a large
body of rich ore being encountered in
this winze in the near future that will
rival anything that has yet been taken
out in this camp.
Messrs. Merrill and Mcßae are up
from tbe river. They say that crops are
Reports of a valuable coal discovery
near Duncan were carried into Solomon
ville last week.
WAS IT ACCIDENTAL?
The Trial of Dollantine On a Charge or
Shooting Yonng Pettlt.
Marcus Dollantine was tried yesterday
in department one of tbe superior court
upon a charge of shooting young Mitchell
H. Pettit several weeks ago near Ver
Both men worked on the same ranch
and knew each other very well. One
morning young Pettit was riding along
on horseback and came near to Dollan
tine, who had a shotgun. He exclaimed
"hello." and had hardly done so when
the shotgun was discharged by Dollan
tine, Pettit being quite badly wounded
in the neck and head.
Dollantine claims that the shooting
was accidental, and that he had not the
slightest intention of shooting tbe young
The case was on trial all day, and
when adjournment took place it was
nearly ready for the jury. They will re
ceive it this morning after the conclusion
of the arguments, which are nearly
Proceedings Yesterday at the Session or
The second tri-annnal meeting of the
Southern California Odontological soci
ety was held at tbe chamber of com
merce parlors yesterday. President H.
M. Moore of Santa Barbara occupied tbe
cbair, and Dr. P. Hendricks of Los An
geles acted as secretary. In the morn
ing a paper was read by Dr. G. A.
Millard of Los Angeles, and wan
An titled Dental Education and Litera
ture. The meeting then adjourned to
Roster's for lunch. In the afternoon
Dr. Moore contributed an exceedingly
five paper upon the Achievements r,f
American Dentiatry in the N.nte -u'ii
A general discussion upon a proposed
revision of the by-laws was then dis
cusser and after considering routine
matter the meeting was adjourned.
IN THE SWIM
—those who take Dr. Pierces Pleas
ant Pellets. They are used by every
one, high livers, bad livers, those
whose livers are sluggish — all find
relief in these unequaled Hver pills.
They're sold by the million bottles,
sold everywhere and in every coun
try. They are the smallest, hut the
most effective. For Sick Headache,
Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Consti
pation, Indigestion, Bilions Attacks,
and all derangements of the liver,
stomach, and bowels, they bring
you permanent and absolute relief.
Not ]ust temporary relief, and then
a worse condition afterwards, but
help tkat last*. Only one necessary
for a laxative; three for a cathartic.
They come in sealed vials, which
keeps them always fresh and reli
able; a convenient and perfect vest
pocket remedy. They are the cheap
est pills you can buy.
?The key to the situation
—if you suffer from Ca
tarrh you'll find in Dr.
Sage's Remedy. No mat
ter how bad your case may
be, the proprietors of the
medicine promise to pay
$500 if they can't cure
you. For sale by all druggists,
|S| A. W. Swanfeldt,
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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 beat products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the purt liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence ia due to its presenting;
in the form moat acceptable and pleas
ant to the taate, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It lias given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it acta 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 60c and 81 bottles, but It is man
ufactured by the California Fig Byror»
Co.only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any aubatitute if offered.
Whoae remedisa were intro
duced in Los Angeles in tho
spring of 1892, ia here again.
Friends who bave used his
remedies, or expect to do so,
may bave a free interview
X A M A M E,
Parlors 34 & 35, Ramona.
9 -.30 to 10 A.M. and 2:30 to 8 P.M.
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CHALLENGE FOR THK BQUIAL OF
Kamame Pink Oil
AS AM EXTERNAL REMEDY.
And Stage Line.
This resort Is sltuaied In Bear Valley. 49
miles from dan Bernardino: altitude 6700 feet.
Is reached by 6tage line irem San Bernardino,
stage leaves New St. Charles Hotel onlaes
daysats a.m. from May 18th to June 15th;
Tuesdays and Fridays after above date. A ana
four-seated soring stage has been built ex
pressly for this route, and will be driven by
careful and sober drivers.
Largest trout oaught in the state at this re
sort. Host., saddle norses and burros for hire
at the hotel. First trip up on May 16th. The
earlier yon come the better fishing yon wUI
Board and lodging $10 and $12 per week, 92
per day. Round-trip tickets #7. For (all par
ticulars inquire of C. S. R. R. ticket office, Lorn
Ange.es, and New St. Charles Hotel, Ban Ber
Groceries, provisions and fishing tackle for
s» 'a at store adjoining hotel.
6-7 t( GPS KNIGHT JR.. Prop'r.
CESAR & CO.,
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBfILMERS
OPEN BAT AND NIGHT,
336 Sonth Spring St., Cm Angela*.
" CLARK & BRYSON,
(Successors to Clark * Humphreys.
Wholesale and Retail
Office, 123. West Second at.. Bardies, block
Yards at Kedondo and Los Angelas. Xl
JND GENERAL BOOKBINDERS,
N.W. Cor. Temple and Ifevr High Stt
12-7 Telephone 538. lyr
L AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
iia Office: LOS ANQBLBS.
Wholesale Yard at SAN FEDBO.
much Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, fesaaade,
tic.sa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Lea Angeles
: t'omona. Cargoes furnished to order.