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■The Bight Honr Question Bobs Up
Pasadena, June 7.—The eight honr
* flueslion is stil agitating the journey
men carpenters. As will be remembered
• notice was issued by the local car
penters' union that on and after June
lit an eight hour working day would
It does not appear that there has
been any great opposition to the move
ment on tbe part of the contractors, but
so far there has been very little change
in the situation. Part of the men are
working eight hours but at reduced
wages, while other contractors, it is
understood, are paying full wages for
eight hours work. The majority of the
men however are still working the
nsual nine hours, and it is hard to Bay
bo w the affair will come out,
A pnblic meeting is to be arranged
for by the nnion and will probably be
held Saturday evening next in Williams'
ball, when tbe matter will be agitated.
CAPTAIN liANOHAM RESIGNS.
At a business meeting of company
"B" last evening the resignation of
Captain Bangham was presented, and
accepted with regret by the members of
Mr. Bangham has accepted a position
npon the official staff at tbe Whittier
reform school and on that account was
compelled to resign his position as cap
tain of our company.
Tbe boys have made much improve
nnder the direction of Captain Bang
bam during the time he has been at tbe
bead, and tbe company feels that it suf
fers a loss by his resignation. Who the
sucessor will be is not known, although
an election will be held Boon.
K. OE I. ELECTION.
The Knights of Pythias lodge held
their regular election of officers last
evening, at their lodge room in the Fish
block, the following being selected: N.
A. Dalrymple, C. C.; L. L. Test, V. C.;
H. R. Sutliff, P.; Charles C. Brown, M.
at A.; J. W. Sedwick, M. of W.; G. A.
The lodge is in a prosperous condition
ond is constantly receiving additions to
its membership rolls.
Mr. and Mrs. E. fe, Spanlding leave
tomorrow for Chicago, to be gone sev
Constable Slater is receiving many
■ " Br n A\r. ,,i fiifa'm t, F.''j.'faleV,
Eroprietor cf the Crescents, Canada
otel, occurred yesterday. Funeral
The Arizona Charley crowd left town
tbis morning, after a very successful
A letter received from Mr. William
Orr, dated itloomington, 111., states that
he got through ail right and is having a
Tbe Eastsrn Stars of this place will
join the Los Angeles chapter in a picnic
at Verdugo canon on Saturday next.
The Terminal will run a train leaving
here at 9;04, returning leaving the park
at 5 p. m.
Pasadena office of the H«bald, No. SO Bast
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscriu
tlons recatvad. '
KERCHOFF-OUZNKft Mill and Lumber Go.,
corner Broadway ano Kansas aureus.
The Profits from a Nursery _ Mews
Rkdlands, Jnne 7.—Yesterday'e Facte
contains tbe following as a sample of
what can be accomplished in that sec
George W. Gowland has sold his home
on the ssnja for $4400 and contemplates
an extended eastern trip, after which be
will return to Redlands and make his
home here. Mr. Gowland's success is a
fair sample of what can be done in this
part of ths state by an industrious, en
ergetic man. His sales this spring of
I nursery stock sggrsgate $3000, and of
seed bed stock about $1000. To South
Riverside be bas shipped 5183 trees to
Moreno MOO, besides sales all over Red
lands. He has bought anotbor home
on the zanja, and says it is no trouble to
make money in Redlands. Such testi
mony, backed up by such substantial
proofs of prosperity as Mr. Gowland can
produce as a result of three years, ought
to bs ample evidence of tbe desirable
character of Redlands as a business lo
Mr, Watkins left yesterday for Sioux
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hinmons will
spend the summer at Oro Grande.
John Lavery of the Coronado hotel is
In the city on business.
The Earl Fruit company have com
menced to receive apricots.
M u'/ ° Ma will leave next
week for the world's fair and on an ex
tended visit with friends.
Deputy Constable Rivera brought the
two Mexicans, recently wounded in a
cutting scrape near this city. They will
bave a hearing before Justice Camp.
Mrs. L. W. Clark is seriously ill at
J. Billings is erecting a fine residence
»n Palm avenue, between Center and
Lane A Mitchetree are putting up a
new awning in front of their place of
Head t n ho and DWslness.
FBIQUSNTCAUSBBOr AFOFUIXTiND Pakalt
iis.-lhe most receut and profound re
searches in this direction ujspecialists have
leveioped conclusively that the above dlsor-
Jen frequently result In death or nermAnent
fusibility. Dr. Miles' Restorative fiervlne Is
the greatest remedy for either of those appar
sntly insignificant causes. Nothing approaches
'i" T't**'* w i*- Bo™* of south Bend,
lad , who hsd suffered from constant hcaasche
for i hree months, was cureu by it. The daugh
ter of Daniel Myers Brooklyn, Mich . bad been
Insane for 10 years, and was having from 15 to
t5 "tf a day. Nervine cured her of both fits
and insani y. Bold on a guarantee by C. H. i
Hance, 177 N, Spring. Seta book free. ■
Ota German Family Soar. I
Proceedings or the City Conned—News
I Pokoka, June 7.—The city council
met at 7:30 leet night in the city hall
with a full board and good attendance of
The fire committee on the establish
ment of a new fire hydrant at the cor
ner of Holt and Hamilton avenues was
allowed time in which to report.
The lamp at the corner of Third and
Elizabeth streets was ordered discon
A certain portion of the boulevard in
block G, Phillips' addition was, in an
swer to a petition, ordered closed.
In the matter of a rebate on taxes on
certain lots (A. H. Tufts) and the re
issuing of a $6 warrant lost, (String
field) were ordered referred to tbe city
In reference to contracts for public
printing and tbe sprinkling of the streets
it was ordered that sealed bids be re
ceived up to July 6th.
The salary of tbe city clerk was in
creased from $25 to $40 per month ; tbis,
considering the amount ot work contin
gent to tbe office, waa very just and
Regarding occupation license, the board
agreed to have a special meeting at City
Attorney Betts' office on Friday evening
next to discuss the matter,
In deference to those of our citizens
who have been working very zealously
to secure an amicable and just arrange
ment and agreement between the prop
erty owners on the property line east of
Reservoir street, and tbe Southern Pacific
company's right-of-way agent, Mr. T. J.
Wilson, they having already received
the signatures of all along the line to
said agreement, excepting two parties
(Mr. John Goseld, representing tbe Ed
gar property and one other absent per
haps in Santa Paula) the board deferred
action on the franchise, and upon mo
tion of Councilman Gallup, representing
certain signers in his ward, a remon
strance, gotten up by them against tbe
granting of said franchise down Reser
voir street, was read and ordered filed.
Tbe board then took up the matter of
salaries and the current expenses con
tingent to the different departments,
was passed upon and allowed them all
amounting to $882 in round numbers,
including gas, sprinkling, printing and
We understand that Mr. and Mrs. J.
N. Teague will go to the coast in a day
or so for the benefit of Mrs. Teague's
Mra. Charles Ludlow and baby are on
a visit to her mother, Mrs. Clayberg, in
A telegram from Rochester, N. V., re
ceived here today, announces the sud
den death from heart disease of Robert
(iordon, a grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
(iordon of Pomona.
J. J. Henry of Los Angeles was in the
S. Caldwell has bought the house and
lot of A. J. Fade, on Second street, and
A. J. Eada has pnrcbased tbe two and
one-half acre lot of Marion Fads on
Mr. Henry Fuller of Azusa was in Po
Mr. Edgar Moore of Los Angeles was
in Pomona today talking water to the
Pomona Orange Belt Irrigation com
Miss Mary E. Robertson, teacher of
ancient languages at the Lordeburg col
lege, will, we hear, take a place in the
Capt. M. L. Starin of Los Angeles was
in tbe city today.
The following is a programme of the
musicale to be given at the Guild rooms
of St. Paul's parish tomorrow evening,
which insures an evening of pleasure to
Violin—Pro/. Hunler and Robert Louck.
PUuosoio O. P, Thompson,
Vocal silo—Mra Abbott.
V cal duet-Mmea. ~l«rk and Abbott.
Piano solo-Mrs. W. T. Clark
Bolo— Mrs. C. H. Marshall.
Quartette—times. Abbott and Clark, Messr*.
Stionf and Blocitiey of the Episc -pal church
Arizona Charley of the wild west
show, now making a tour in Southern
California, chatted pleasantly with a
Herald reporter upon his arrival in town
today. Among other things he said:
The Herald people have treated me
splendidly. In speaking of the Pasadena
episode, he laughed heartily about what
he regards not altogether a fair represen
tation of his chastisement of the party
causing his arrest, after using improper
language near the ladies' quarters on
the private grounds of the show. He
spoke very highly of the treatment ac
corded him,by ihe marshal and city offi
cials generally, and claims that the boy
who broke bis arm was some distance
off, trying, boy-like, to get a free peep at
We regret to learn that ex-Supervisor
F. M. Slaughter of Rincon, San Bernar
dino county, Is lying very low from
pneumonia. He is one of the early
settlers in Los Angeles county.
We unoerstand that Master Fred Al
len's classmates will tender him a fare
well banquet before he leaves for his
world's fair trip.
Seeing several loads of trays and fruit
boxes being hauled along Second street,
reminds us that the season of deciduous
fruits ia not very far ahead of ua.
This remedy 1* becoming ao well known and
so popular as to need no special mention. Ail
who Uuvc nsed Electric Bltteis sing the same
soug of praise. A purer medicine does not
exist and it Is guaranteed to do all that is
claimed. Klectric Bitters will euro all discus •*
of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimple*
Boils. Halt Kheum and other affections caused
by impure blood. Will drive Malsrla Irom the
system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial
fevers For cure of Headache, Constipation
and Indigestion try electric Bitters. Entire
satlslaciion guaranteed, or money refunded
Price soc and ¥1 per bottle at 0 F. Heluze
man's drug atore.
Importer and dealer ia Chinese and Japanese
fancy good* All kinds of silks, sllx dress pat
terns, embroidered silk dressing gowns, shawls
and handkerchiefs, and gents' furnishing
goods; and also man-lactures ladies' under
wear I respectfully call the attention of the
public to ihe fact that all my stock Is now on
special sale, regardless of coat. No. 505 North
Main street, opposite the plaza, Los Angeles.
We Invite competition and allow no person to
baat v*. Largest discounts ever known given
on all paper. Everything in special sets at 237
South Spring street.
Everybody can buy wall paper below cost,
and have it hung for 10c a roil. 237 o. Spring.
We hang wall paper for 10c a roll. 237 S
IjOS ANGELES lIERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1893.
A Big Tlma Arranged for on the Fourth.
San Bernardino, June 7. —The Fourth
of July will be celebrated in grand style
in this city this year as the required
$1000 has been subscribed and the nec
essary committees are busily engaged in
perfecting tbe preliminary arrangements.
Company E has charge of tbe details
and from the way the boys are working
it is safe to say tbey propose showing our
citizens a first-class celebration. They
will bring the entire Ninth regiment of
seven companies to this city. Tbe pa
rade will form at 10 o'clock with the
companies in a body. The committee
wish to impress npon the minds of the
business men the fact that they would
like to bave every one of them repre
sented in the procession. The civic so
cieties of the city will be Invited to par
ticipate and taken as a whole it will be
one of tbe largest and best parades ever
witnessed in Southern California. The
militia will give a batallion drill about
2 o'clock in the afternoon,"following the
exercises which wilt be held at the pa
vilion where the procession will dis
band. At 4p. m. the soldier boys will
give our people the spectacle of a diess
parade, after which their special will
leave for their respective towns. The
executive committee recently appointed
to assume full charge of the celebration
are as follows:
Lieut. C. L. Allison, chairman; H. C.
Rolfe, secretary, and Tom Carter, treas
urer. The balance of the committee
and chairmen of tbe sub-committees
are as follows: Sergt. J. D. Faris, pur
chasing committee; Sergt. D. W. Alver
son, decorations; Sergt. O. P. Sloat, ac
commodations; Corp. W. Rountree,
music and dancing; Corp. J. M. Carter,
grounds and refreshment privileges;
Corp. William Gird, invitations and
programme; Priv. C. W. Wells, mounts
for officers of staff and conveyances;
Priv. Joseph Israel, publicity and pro
F. H. Goff visited Lob Angeles yester
C. W. Allen attended to legal busi
ness in Banning yesterday.
Lyman Evans banded in his resigna
tion to tbe supervisors yesterday.
Mrs. Quinn o' £1 Monte ia visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Lightfoot.
Mrs. O. M. Mylrea left yesterday for
Los Angeles and Santa Monica.
The chairman of the board of super
visors counted $196,708.40 in the county
treasury on June Ist.
The bida for the boring of a city well
were taken under advisement by tbe
trustees last evening.
Miss Kate H. Condee, Henry Conner,
E. H. Jolliffe and W. F. Bliss were ap
pointed as members of tbe county board
of education yesterday by the super
Tbe trustees last evening, upon the
request of Capt. N. E. Frye, donated
$100 for tbe celebration of tbe 4th of
John G. Worth and W. S. Wise have
been appointed commissioners by the
supervisors of Riverside county to settle
tbe affairs between that county and this,
cum cuuuiy, nnoi "nnicu ' tne governor
will select a disinterested party as the
The Southern California Medical soci
ety is in session today in Davis' hall.
Dr. Wesley Thompson of this city will
read an interesting paper before the so
The Owl club held a delightful meet
ing last night at Harlem springs. The
dancing was enjoyed by the large num
ber who went out on a special motor.
School SuperintendentGregorv of Riv
erside county was in tbe city yesterday
and received $8716.33, the school money
belonging to the county he represents.
E street presents quite a busy appear
ance, with a large force of workmen
clearing away tbe ruins of tbe old Stew
art boiel and tbe throng employed on
the court house.
B. Brown of Alameda county ia in the
city, the guest of hia uncle, Judge H.
M. Willis, whom he has not seen for
about 30 years. Mr. Brown formerly re
sided in this city, but removed north in
The Community (shocked by tbe Death of
H. J£. Fraley.
La Ckescenta, June 7.—Our com
munity was shocked yesterday by tbe
announcement of Mr. H. E. Fraley's
death, which occurred at 6:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning. It was very unex
pected to everyone, the members of the
family not even expecting it, he had
seemed as well as usual the day before
though ever since breaking his leg about
two weeks ago he has suffered a great
deal. The cause of his death is at
tributed to heart failure. There will be
funeral services at the house on Friday
morning at 9 o'clock, and the body will
be taken to Pasadena.
Mr. Fraley was well known and re
spected in thiscommunity, and everyone
regretg bis untimely death. He served
faithfully in the war of the Rebellion,
carrying the effects of his service In a
hip wound, to the day of his death. He
was the owner and proprietor of the
hotel at tbis place. He leaves a wife
and grown up son, and step-daughter.
Mr. Fraley came to the place from
Rowe, New Mexico, about three and a
balf years ago, and has had a hard
struggle from the first, but he bore up
bravely under all his misfortunes, keep
ing a hopeful heart to tbe last.
A Wonderful Engine.
Camnot Be BiTKrAieKD —An engine exerting
surpassing nower is always a iouree ol wonder
and yet how many are entirely forgetful of tne
exlstenoe wilhiu themselves of an engine more
powerful and enduring thau any everlevented
Not Derhap« until they experience irregular
pulse, heart tliuterlng. tenderness in shoulder
and arm, swollen ankies asthmatic breathing
weak and hungry spells, smjtherin*, jhort
breath, or paiu in st c, when its existence is
no longer to bo denied, a. the possessor must
know he has heart disease. Mrs. De Bar, Fitch
burg, Mich , had heart disease 15 ysars; had to
hire house ne:p; lived on liquid food, used Dr
Miles' Heart Core, snd all symptoms left her
Continued nso cured her. Sold by C. H Hanee
177 N, Spring, on a gu irantee, who will give
you the doctor's book lree.
Farmers nnd Bsntmtn-Ball's Cream
Salve for horses will keep the flies off a sore
heals barbed wire outs, cares old sore*. Some
th.ng new, something good 91 Oft A
Vaughn's drugstore, Fourtn and Spring sis.
Wall Paper nt Oost.
Closing ont sale—Bekstr'om & trasbnrg. 307
and 309 Sooth Main street.
Tlaltlng Cards Rngrared
At Langstadter's, 214 West Sicond. Tel. 782.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles.
We se.l Ingrain Wall Paper 9c a roll. 237 S
Tha l.lbrtr; Tr»it«ei Meeting—Chamber
of Commerce-- No tea.
Santa Ana, Jane 7.—The trustees of
the library held their regular meeting
last evening. After the minutes of the
previous meeting were read the question
of binding was discussed and on motion
Barth, Menges and Baker were appoint
ed a committee to eecnre bids on bind
ing and present them at the next meet
The librarian was authorised to open
a subscription for binding lists and cat
alogues at 20 cents each.
Several bills were allowed.
Tbe proposition of tbe directors of the
Thirty-Second District Agricultural as
sociation, that their register be placed in
the library, was accepted.
Tbe following resolution was carried:
That no magazine or newspaper attack
ing any religion by means of cartoons,
burlesque or ridicule shall be allowed on
the files or tables of tbe public library of
The librarian was instructed to retain
all papers and magazines questionable,
to be referred to the board.
Eight dollars and sixty cents was col
lected in fines during tbe month of May.
(HAMHUB OF COMMERCE,
The regular monthly meeting of the
directors of the chamber of commerce of
Ornage county, was held last evening.
It was moved, seconded and carried,
that the action taken at the last meet
ing to donate $81.50 to the Land of
Southern California be rescinded, and
that such donation be sufficient to pay
for two-thirds of a page of advertising
in such publication in connection with
tbe amount subscribed by individuals
for the purpose. Carried.
Through the effort of the secretary
the individual subscriptions for such
publication have been increased $30
since tbe last meeting, whereby that
amount was saved to this organization.
The secretary's report shows as fol
Total receipts from dues $357 00
Total expenditures to June 1,1803 153 30
Outstanding obligations, including ap
propriations to lsnd of Southern (Jail
lornia aud world's fair edition of tbe
Blade 169 80
Balance in treasnry not appropriated.. 25 40
Total *357 00
Bills were allowed and the president
reported a notice of a reduotion of 30
cents per hundred on carload lots of
freight from New York to Southern Cal
ORANGE COUNTY AT CHICAGO.
Letters relative to our display at the
fair, received from Manager Joplin and
S. Hill, report much progress in the
work of placing exhibits. Mr. Joplin
I put np the first asparagus, and have
big cucumbers, cauliflowers, horserad
ish, okra beans, beets, carrots, three lots
of sweet potatoes, four lots of Irish pota
toes, and a few squashes. This is a spe
cial display, and how it does attract the
attention of the visitors. Home measure
the beets and sweet potatoes, using their
canes, umbrellas or hands.
No one can conceive how much watch
ing it takes, as a great many in author
ity seem to think they are at liberty to
appropriate whatever they wish, and
tbey don't mind going and helping
themselves to a glass of nice jam—as I
saw one lady going off today with one
of ours—so what else may we not ex
pect from subordinates and janitors.
Rev. G. E. Dye is attending a meeting
of tbe hoard of trustees of the Los Au
geles Baptist college in that city.
J. C. Hicky has returned from Bakers
field, bringing •rith him a fine lot of
James Buckley, J. W. Morrison, B.
Bastian, George Bessonnett, Andrew
Harris and D. M. Baker took in the
Morris-Pulley foot race at Riverside
Mrs. Kate Turner, wbo has been visit
ing ber eon here, started for here home
in Missouri yesterday, accompanied by
Mrs. G. W. Vance of Orange, wbo goes
for a vist to her daughter.
The board of supervisors and county
surveyor will view the Santa Ana river
today, from Fifth street to tbe bay. The
object ia to ascertain the practicability
of straightening the channel and build
ing levees in places along tbe river. To
morrow tbey will investigate that water
course from Fifth street north and eaat
to tbe foothills.
A horse with buggy attached ran
wildly about the streets today.for a time,
but nothing waa injured.
C. P. Kryhl returned last evening
from a trip east. While absent he went
to the world's fair.
M. J. Bundy wiabea the producers of
Orange county to make an earnest effort
to supply him with numbers of their
best oranges, lemons, bests, potatoes,
and everything that will help to make
the exhibit at Chicago a creditable one,
before next Tuesday, June 13th. The
next car of products starts from San
Berdardino on the 15th inst.
Thirty deeds were filed for record
during the past week; consideration,
Hurrah for Orange county! We may
still claim the champion sprinter, since
Morris won the race at Riverside today.
Notes of Progress at That Seaside Re
Lo.no Beach, June 7. —Work has been
commenced on Mrs. Phelps' cottage on
Cheatnnt street. Tbis cottage will con
tain seven large rooma, will be built in
tbe moat approved modern style, and
will be one of the prettiest cottages in
town when completed.
Mrs. Grable of Pasadena will be here
on Friday and have work on her Ocean
avenue cottage started. This will also
be a large and expensive cottage, and,
when completed, will uink ameng the
A. L. Perley of Riverside has taken a
cottage on First street for the season.
Miga Feite left for Chicago this morn
Mr. Darling's household gooda arrived
today, aud the family will hereafter be
found at tbeir new home.
Long Beach Notes.
FOR GOOtiS at Los Angeles Drlces go to Wm.
Schilling's corner of Fine and Second street!
Clean, fresh stock of groceries, dry goods, boots
and shoes, etc.
Item* of Interest.
FIRST-CLASS ROOMS and best table board
at Santa Monica st Bellevue Cottage (in con
nection with Bellevue Terrace, I.oa Angeles),
Ocean avanae. Mrs. C. Vt. Stewart, Prop.
ALL WHO ErIJOY good Frsncn oooklng go
to the Dclmonlco Restaurant, Second street,
Santa Monica, where P. oauphtne. the cele
brated cbef, presides over cuisine. Private
rooms 11 dtslied.
Poison Oak —Hall's Cream Salve
will give immediate relief and cure in 2*
hours. 2ft and SOc. Off & Vaughan's drag
store, Fourth and Spring sts.
Dodgers, books and window eardt distrib-
Campbell Bill Posting company, 119.
Tbe School Trustee Election — Local
Downsy, June 7.—School trustee elec
tion is over. Little or no Interest was
taken In It this year. Postmaster Joe
Smith was elected to fill the place of the
outgoing member. Now, is he entitled
to serve in two such important offices?
or will some one kick abont it 7
Public schools are drawing to a close.
Professor Strine's graduating exercises
will take place on tbe evening of Jnne
20th; Professor Larkey's on the 23d
inst. Then, a nnmber of us are inter
ested in tbe normal graduates on the
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There will be a concert by Good Tem
plars on the 9th, In A. O. U. Hall.
Children's day was observed in the
Presbyterian cbnrch Sunday morning.
In tbe evening the M. E. church south
held their children's day meeting. Dec
orations were elaborate and tbe pro
Miss Decima Kendriok, with her
niece, of Deming, Miss Lillian Smith,
are borne from a protracted visit. Tbey
are enjoying home and friends for a
Jimmie Day is located at Palm Spring
as station agent. He served quite a
while in Downey and made many friends
Ed Scrlbner and wife left 'ant week for
a camp at Temescal Bprings.
Miss S. E. McLane has made final
proof on her 100 acres in Han Diego coun
ty. She is now home with her niece,
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Ball, who are visit
ing the world's fair, think of returning
about the 15th.
Rev. P. O. Clayton is drawing out ma
terial to build an addition to his resi
E. G. Greening left yesterday morning
for Arizona, expects to visit a number of
localities, and may not return for six
weeks or more.
Rev. Hawkins of the Christian church,
after holding quite a lengthy meeting in
Azuea, preached In the Downey church
for a few nights and had large and in
terested audiences. He is visiting Whit
tier now with a view of finding a home.
His son accompanies him.
A number of cases of sickness have
been noted not far from Compton, some
of which are typhoid fever, close about
where the sewage water from Los An
geles spreads out. Cannot the nuisance
be abated 7
Oliver Standlee ia back from a camp
of a month at Rock creek, considerably
improved in health, though not entirely
A baby girl was born to the wife of
Edgar Boyce of Rivera on tbe sth inst,
and a son to the wife of Warner Beeson
of Downey on tbe same date.
Mrs. Renfro is still on tbe aick liat.
Shipping Arrivals and Departures—Local
Redondo Beach, Jane 7.—The steam
ship Santa Rosa, Captain Alexander,
from the sonth, reached Redondo port
considerably before schedule time—7
o'clock a. m. —landing 12 passengers
from S*n Diego. She got under head
way for the north at 10:40 a. in., having
shipped from this port 23kJ tons of mer
chandise (including 4000 sake of barley)
and 40 passengers for San Francisco.
The schooner W. F. Jewett, Captain
Sprague. from Portland, Ore., arrived
in port at 9 a. m. with a cargo of OOOiOOO
Tho morning catch of deep-sea fish
j landed and forwarded per express today
acirregAted JooTj pounds.
Mr. Peter Keenan is tbe contractor for
bnilding the English block now in
course of construction on tbe cite of the
old Ocean View bouse. The new build
ing located on tbe corner of La Alameda
and Emerald streets will be built in
firat-clasa style, of brick, with iron cor
nices, doors and window frames and iron
tower. Mr. Chas. W. La vis, one of Los
Angeles best architects, has the con
struction in charge. The block willoost
some $12,000. Six fine stores on the first
floor, finished with plate glass fronts
and all tbe modern improvements, while
the second story will contain 25 room
adapted to offices and business pur
poses. Mr. Keenan expects to bave the
block completed by September.
J. B. Mullen, agent at this place for
the Santa Fe route, returned this morn
ing from a flying visit to Elsinore, where
Mrs. Mullen is sojourning. Mr. Mullen
was greatly pleased with bis visit up
Mr. and Mrß. John Pepping returned
from a trip to San Jacinto and that sec
tion tbis morning. Mr. Pepping is train
baggageman on Conductor Brown's
train, Santa Fe route, and has been a
resident at Redondo since tbe line was
A. W. Lewis of Loa Angeles, repre
senting Fritz Brothers, Cincinnati, 0.,
was among the arrivals today. Mr.
Lewis is about to bring his family here
for tbe season.
Mr. J. Wise, representing Carroll &
Carroll, Ran Francisco, is spending some
time at Redondo Beach.
Mr. H. M. Maxwell of West First
street, Los Angeles, was among the vis
itors at the beach this morning.
This morning's arrivals ot Hotel Re
dondo were: Robert L. Saunders, Cor
onado; R. H. Herron, Pittsburgh, Pa.;
Paul J. Crew, Los Angeles; Miss Bessie
Buford, Lexington, Ky.; T.J. Hender
son, San Bernardino; Francis Wnlffing,
Santa Fe; Mrs. Joseph Medill, Miss
Patrick, Chicago; C. O. Buck, San Ra
Some Routine Business Transacted at
The board of fire commissioners met
yesterday in the city hall at 10 o'clock.
All the commissioners were present.
After the reading of the minutes of the
previous meeting the commissioner ap
proved of Bamuger'a plans for an engine
house at Main and Sixteenth streets.
On motion of Mr. Kuhrts tbe action
of some weeks ago of fining Mr. Stoemer
After the ordinance regulating the
manufactures, storage and sale of fire
works was ammended in the lines al
ready indicated and approved for pass
age by the city council the board ad
It Should Be in Kvery House.
J. B. Wilson. 371 Clay St., Snarpsburg, Pa.,
says he will not be wtthout Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ana Colds.
That it cured his wife wbo was threatened with
Pneumonia after an attack of "La Grippe"
when various other remedies and several phy
sicians had done her no good. Robert Barber,
of Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's New
Discovery has done him more good than any
thing he ever used for Lung Trouble. Nothing
like It. Try it. Free Trial Bottles at C. f.
Helii/cmau'a drug store. Large bottles, 40c
Itching. Aching Piles—Hall's Cream Salve
will give immediate relief aad is s. positive
cure. 25 and 50c. Oft'ct Vaughn's drug store,
Fourth and Bpilng st*.
Mornings—Beechem's Pills with a drink of |
Mews Notes from Arizona's Booming
PnatNix, A. T., Jnne 3.—Decoration
day was duly celebrated by tbe G. A. R.
in a grand procession to the graves of
comrades, decorating tbem, and then
joining the civic and military procession
to the grand stand, where there wese
musical, elocutionary and oratorical ex
ercises. The speech waa delivered by
Governor Hughes, and waa a highly pat
On Thursday night Prof. Anreola gave
an amateur concert of vocal and instru
mental music in the opera house. It
was a decided success. Tbe pieces ren
dered by mandolin, guitar, etc., were
Last night the boys' brigade connected
with the Presbyterian Sunday school,
assisted by the girls' gypsy brigade, gave
a drill in Gardiner's hall, the proceeds
to assist the boys in paying for their
nniforms and guns. Both brigades
showed completeness in drill, which
was loudly applauded by a full house.
The civic matter of great interest ia
the libel snit of Editor Wolfley. The
demurrer In the case was overruled tbis
morning, and the trial is proceeding.
The board of trade is getting in readi
ness for tbe reception and entertainment
of the senate committee expected soon.
One of our veteran citizens and old
timer in tbe Golden state, is renewing
his youth by going out west to the val
ley of tbe Colorado and pushing an
irrigation scheme of some moment. He
has just returned from one of his tonrs,
rejoicing in great enccess.
One of our successful prospectors haa
found a body of very peculiar ore which
assays 70 per cent of tin. The place of
discovery is at present a secret.
Onr cyclers gave an exhibition on
Tuesday. The riding and racing wag
very fine. In the champion race A. J.
Monihan won and received the gold
medal. The best time was 2 :31, but tbe
track was new and rather heavy.
New* Rotes from tbe Snn-Kisse/t Terri
[Tucson Star, June G ]
Thomas Jones, who was Saturday re
leased from the United States authori
ties, and his case dismissed by the court,
was re-arrested by Sheriff Scott on a dis
patch from the sheriff of Cochise county
and held here till Sunday night when
Sheriff White of that county came and
removed him to Tombstone.
Judge Wright has been appointed by
tbe board of supervisors to defend the
suit of the Territory vs. tbe Narrow
Gauge railroad in tbe United States su
preme court. The case has been through
the district and supreme courts of the
territory, the county being victorious
each time. Judge Wright has managed
the case since its beginning.
[Tombatons i'roapector, June Oth.]
No appearance of rain, tbostgh badly
needed. Tbe clerk of the weather
might be gracious enongh to give ns a
gentle shower of about 24 hours dura
tion, and let up awhile on the country
east of us, whose people are almost
drowned ont. A more equal diatri bution
of moisture would be better for the en
Sheriff Scott White returned today
from Tucson. He brought with bim
Tom Jones, who was indicted by tbe
grsnd jury last year for robbery.
From reliable sources we learn that
the outlook at Dos Cabezas is very prom
ising. XOe ..11*1111 u..»wo "-a Qoiaoj to
work in a practical way. Messrs. Boyer
and Coleman have leased the lower miil
from Pittsburg parties, and tbey are
now running five stamps and bave more
ore than they can mn through. They
work ore running from $20 to $40 per
ton. The prospectors are all working
their claims and helping along.
/">,—\ A BOIL
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rr en Medical
from a common blotch or eruption
to the worst Scrofula, are cured by
it. It invigorates the liver, purifies
and enriches the blood, and rouses
every organ into healthful action.
In the most stubborn forms of Skin
Diseases, such as Salt-rheum, Ec
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and kindred ailments, and with
Scrofula in every shape, and all
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That's the reason it's the only
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you pay only for the good you get.
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PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANING KILLS.
Bin rvtmoarstal street. I ns Ana-ale*. CaL
Physicians Give Their Sorv.
ices to the People
For the Fee of Five Dollar* a Month,
Their Mail Treatment
Drs. De Monco and Sapp art
the only physicians in Los An
geles who are treating all pa
tients and all diseases for $5,00
a month. The offer is a special
one, and is not for "Catarrh
Alone," but for "All Diseases."
Trusty Lieutenant, Mr. E. B. Smith,
Postmaster at Pomona, CaL,
Makes a Strong Statement.
Among all the well-known •Uleena.ot Po
mona none are better or more favorably kaown
than Mr. a. B. .Smith, Postmaster.
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MR. B). B SMITH.
The following statement marl* by Mr. Smith
rarries weight with it. and will be good news
to his many friends. He says:
"t suffered fir year'from chronia Catarrh of
tbe head, nose and nrmt, and during th j past
yesr the trouble became very much wo-ae. I
had intense pains through my bead, aad teae
times roaring and ringing soundi that would
almost mike me wild. My hearing wa« so
much affected hat it caused m i oontideeable
annoyance My nose was always stopped np
with large hard lumps. There was a continual
discharge of mucous Into my throat, and la the
mornings it would cause me to hawk and spit
until I was almost exhaasted. I had severe
pains through my chest and under my should
ers. I curd not sleep well at night, aad would
get up in the morning feeling but little re
"I have been nnder tha oare of Dr. De Monco
and asso dates but a shor. time, and I have not
felt so well for years. I sleep waif, pains h tva
all left me, and my hearing Is wonderfglly im
"I am very well pleated, indeed, and I am
glad to give my statement, If I Can bs of any
benefit to the public."
THEIR MAIL TREATMENT
In addition to their office treatment, an 1 for
the benefit sf those who cannot visit tn va,
they have "question blanks" which they w il
send to you upon application by mail. B 4 sur)
to answer each question carefully, for uu> 1
this depends the success of their treat.n • 1-..
Medicines will bs promptly shipped to/91;
Inclose* cents with application far bia i 1
$5 a Month for all diseases,
Medicines free. Apply before
July Ist. _
Permanency, Education, Experience,
Honesty, and Skill Is the Founda
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The De Moqgo Medical Institute,
Located Permanently in the Newell and
Kader Building, Rneans *,
4, a, a and 10,
tttft SOUTH BROADWAY
DRS. DE MONCO AND SAPP,
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tne Ear, Eye, Throat and Lungs, Nerveos Big.
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Sunday: 9 to 11a.m.
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