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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Ihe Mlectrle Bond Matter—A Cannery
Pasadena, Jane 16.—A well attended
board of trade meeting was held this
morning nponV call from tbe chair for a
special meeting to hear the report of the
committee of 100 citizens appointed to
interview the supervisors upon the elec
tric road franchise.
President Keyee reported, as chair
man of tbe committee, the result of tha
visit to the supervisors, stating that at
first the board insisted npon (The com
mittee procuring the consent of 90 per
cent of the property owners to the
widening of Pasadena avenue to 86 feet,
but at a subsequent meeting the super
visors had consented to withdraw their
demand for street widening, but would
declare the whole street a highway,
leaving no sidewalk, and proceed to the
consideration of tha francbize. Mr.
Keyes related that the committee had
succeeded beyond their expectations in
their efforts with tbe board, and that if
nothing interfered the electric road
would soon be an assured fact.
The question of rates was bronght up
and the chair referred to Mr. Arthur of
the legal committee for an answer. Mr.
Arthur stated that the board of super
visors was unwilling to place any re
strictions upon what charge should be
made within tbe corporate limits ol
cities, believing it be outside ol their
jurisdiction, but in the county the rate
would be fixed at 5 cents.
The South Pasadena council has al
ready sold a franchise to the electric
road throngh that place, in which it is
provided that not more than 10 cents
shall be charged to any point on the
line in Los Angeles, and as the franchise
which it prepared to uae in this city
calls for a 5 cent rate within the limits,
no more than 16 cents could be charged
This, even at full jare round trip rate
of 30 cents, would be a material reduc
tion Irom tbe present rate of 35 cents,
notwithstanding street car fare in both
this city and Los Angela* which brings
tbe total at present up to 55 cents.
Upon motion ol Mr. Wright tbe report
of the committee was accepted and the
on STorlfe y*llsce, owner of the cannery
meeting in relafYbn'vy'.U"* addressed the
company to operate the works of the'iat'e
Passdena packing company, which re
cently disincorporated on account of the
death of Mr. Cornelius and tbe with
drawal of his stock.
Mr. Kernaghan, who was interested in
tbe old company, stated that the works
were operated at a profit last year, and
that letters had been received from east
ern buyers saying that from 40 to 50 per
cent more goods could be used.
As it is very necessary that some ar
rangements be made to take care of the
' coming fruit crop, it was desired that
the board lend all possible aasistanos in
the formation oi the proposed stock
After a quite general discussion of the
matter it was referred to tbe committee
'on manufacturing, and the meeting ad
Later, Mr. A.J. Painter, chairman of
the manufacturing committee, called a
meeting for Monday next at 4 p.m. A
general invitation is extended to inter
THE A, O. U. W. ELECTION.
Pasadena lodge, No. 151, A. O. U. W..
met last evening at their lodge rooms,
in tbe Knights of Phythias' hall, sev
eral visiting officials from Los Angeles
being present. The following offlcera
were elected for the ensuing term:
L. C. Winston, recorder; F. Swlt't,
financier; O. T. Nay, receiver; Charles
R. Toms, M. W.; M. Saudeman, F. ;
John Allin, O.; W. S. Nosworthy, G;
Amos Ayers, I. W.; W. J. Hess, O. W.;
L. C. Winston, trustee.
The lodge ha* recently removed into
its present bsndsome quartere and ia
one of our growing societies.
TUNEBAL OF C. B. LANOFOBO.
The funeral of C. E. Langford was
held from his late residence, on Califor
nia street, at 10:20 yesterday morning.
' Tha services were conducted by Rev. D.
D. Hill of the Firßt Congregational
church in the presence of a large num
ber of friends. Interment was made
in Manhattau View cemetery, under
tbe auspices of tbe Masonic order. The
pall-bearers were: John Peaslee, I.N.
Saarea, George Greely, W. T. Olapp and
The Athletic club grounds are being
put in condition for the Throop field
day on Monday next.
The marriage of Mr. Fulton of Mon
treal, Canada, and Miss Dela Griffith
took place at tbe M. K. Tabernacle last
The case of Frank Farshay comes up
tomorrow in Recorder Roesiter's court.
The graduates of the high school were
given a reception by the faculty in the
Carlton parlors this evening.
The K. of P. lodge will attend Berviees
at the Baptist church in a body on Hun
day morning next, at which time a
special sermon will be preached for
them by Rev. Harris, it being the
twelfth anniversary of the founding of
the order in this city.
Pasadena office ot the Hkrai.o, No. SO Bast
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip
KERCHOFF-CUZNBR Mill and Lumber Co.,
corner Broad war anp Kansas streets.
Wall Paper at Oast.
Oloslng out sale—Eckstrom & Straaburz. 307
$ 309 South M«lu street. asouxg.ov/
High Hclwml Commencement Esercises.
Death of Juan B. Luna.
San Bkbnardiho, June 16.—The opera
bouse was literally packed last evening
by an enthusiastic audience to witness
the commencement exercises ot the high
school of this city. Many people were
turned away, while the entrance and
aisles were filled with people standing.
When the curtain was raised, tbe
eight young ladies of tbe graduating
class were formed in a circle around tbe
stage. With them eat their teacher,
Mrs. M. Willard. The other high school
teachers, members of the board of edu
cation, and a few gentleman formed the
background. Alter the orchestra had
rendered several selections, the chair
man, Will A. Harris, introduced Mias
Nora Sullivan to deliver the ad
dress of welcome, which was well
received, and clearly reflected ths
trne spirit of the class. Miss
Grace Wiltshire fairly captured the au
dience with her witty essay as class his
torian. The class prophecy, by Miss
Nellie Pruitt, was equally pleasing.
Miss Leah Crolie read the class poem of
rare beauty. Mies Mable Davis, tbe
valedictorian, selected Geometry of Life
as her subject, and handled it in a
splendid manner. Will A. Harris, the
orator of the evening, delivered a very
fitting address which was well received.
The music for the evening ia worthy ol
especial notice, and was furnished by
the Redlanda orchestra.
Yesterday morning the other mem
bers of the graduating class, Misses
Josephine A. Gowan, Edith Adams and
Edith Whitney, rededicated the class
tree, a saeo palm, with appropriate ex
ercises at tbe high school.
A SAD FATS.
Juan B, Lunaf well known in this
city and county, met with a frightful
death in tunnel No. 1 of the Arrowhead
Reservoir company, where he was em
ployed as transit' and level man, last
evening at 7:10. He was descending the
shaft in a cage used for that purpose, in
company with P. Moreno, another em
ploye of the company, when a dump
car used for conveying refuse from the
shaft to the mouth of the tunnel came
crashing down the shaft. Moreno step
ped out of the cage on a ladder at one
side of the shaft and saved himself. The
heavy ear fell on the back of the ill-fated
man's head, crushing it into a shapeless
mass and killing him instantly. Ihe
cage was at once taken to the surface,
but life was extinct. The remains were
brought to this city and the
inquest held this morning at
McDonald oi Son's undertaking
establishment. After viewing the
body a witness named Johnson, who
bad charge of the car, not being pres
ent, the jury adjourned to meet at 3
From all aacounts it appears that the
fault of the accident lies with this gen
tleman. A strict investigation is being
made. The deceased wae about 36 years
oi age and leaves a family to mourn his
loss. The funeral will take place to
morrow afternoon at the Catholic
Lyman Evans and family moved to
The W. R. C. will give a social at Al
len's hall this evening.
Bank Commissioner G. Glbering of
San Francisco arrived last evening at
Riverside, and will take charge of the
E. R. Cartwright and family will
leave for a trip to the east in a week or
C. O. Haskell, formerly editor of the
Times-Index, has opened a law office in
tbe postofflce building.
Bob Brooks, Beverly Boren and Fred
Snyder returned yesterday from a two
weeks' fishing trip to Little Bear valley.
They brought down about 700 trontwith
C. D. Craig left last evening on a three
months' trip to the east. He will visit
several northern and eastern cities and
make a lengthy stay at Pittsburg.
The San Bernardino National bank
yesterday, after banking hours, moved
into their new quarters at the corner of
Third and E atreets. They have one of
the nicest and moat comfortable bank
ing rooms in the city.
Tho New Wharf—News and Personal
Long Baxcn, Jane 16.—A considera
ble improvement has been made in the
new wharf since its acceptance by the
city, in tbe ahape.of a platform extend
ing along the east side. The platform is
several feet lower than the main wharf
and extends under it, connecting with
the stairs on the west side. It is 10 feet
wide by 20 long, and makes it a very
easy matter for any sized vessel to land
0. E. Oenio will leave in a few days
for San Diego to secure an excursion
steamer for this place. This will be a
great attraction. Long Beach has always
been a favorite resort, but the late im
provements, including the new wharf,
new business houses, new and better
cottages and hotel accommodations,with
now a pleasure steamer to take people
on excursions, added to its many natur
al advantages, go far towards making it
hard to equal aad impossible to beat.
It iB expected that fully 7000 people
will attend the grand industrial camp
meeting of the seven southern counties,
to be held here June 29th to July 4th.
Tbe Terminal road has bad a number
of men and teams working on their
track at the Fine street crossing for the
past few days.
<i. W. Megrath, general manager of
the coal business of tbe Union Pacific
railroad, brought hia family and a num
ber of friends to this place in his own
private car. They have token cottages
here for the season, Mr. Megrath re
turning to his headquarters at Omaha.
Oeorge Fetterman has returned, after
an absence of over a year.
Long Beach Notas.
FOR, GOODS at Los Angeles prices go to Wm.
Schilling's corner of Pine and Second streeti
Clean, fresh stock of groceries, dry goods, boots
and shoes, etc.
IT WOULD BE TO THE INTEREST ot par
ties visiting Long Beach to call at Fetterman &
Son's livery and feed stables on First street,
where first-class turnonts can be had at rear on
able rates. The Fitterraan House on Pine aye
only one block from the new wharf, furnish
their patrons with good accommodationi at
popular prices. Bate for season moderate.
LOS ANGELES HERALD* SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 17. 180.1.
Commencement Exercises of the High
Santa Ana, June 16.—The public
ecbools of this city closed today after
one of the most successful sessions it
has ever held. This evening in Spur
goon's opera house the commencement
exercises of the gradnating class of '93
were held, and the large building was
packed with those who there bid adieu
to school work and usher forth into the
bnay hum oi life.
The hall had been most tastefully
decorated and presented a really pleas
ing appearance. The following pro
gramme was rendered:
March, Enterprise, Bnrrell—Leonard's Or
Invocation—Rev. O. B. Dye.
Welcome overture, Oailiu—Orchestra.
Address—P. g. Perham, principal.
Salutatory and oration, Immigration—Roy
Essay, Poetry, a Factor in Civilization—Lnlu
History—Jt. Holland Rndottom
Music—High school chorus.
Oration, The Anglo-Saxons—William H.
Music, Good Bye—Charles E. Hogle, B. Hol
land Kubottom, Roy Nojrse, James R. Norse.
Oration, The Puritans—Harry W. Lewis.
Oration, Napoleon—Frank IJ Hunt,
Ainbot polka, From the Anvil Chorus—Or
Essay, An Atom—Ada M. Hervey.
Oration, State Division—Charles E. Hogle.
Fantaila Mexlcalne, Boullion—Orchestra.
Oratlou and Valedictory, Nicaragua Canal-
James R. Nourse.
Presentation ol diplomas—E, X. Kerch, presi
dent board of education.
Benediction—Key. E. T. Fleming.
Every number was a gem, some of the
essays being especially fine.
The exercises of the primary depart
ment were held in the school building
tTis morning, the little folks acquitting
themselves vsry creditably.
The Santa Ana Baseball club will go
to San Bernardino Sunday, to play the
Courier nine of that city.
Many Santa Anans are already taking
their departure for the beaches and
J. Almost Jones and several ol the
Santa Ana Gnn club are preparing for
another rabbit hunt.
A bulldog succeeded in whipping three
ordinary canines last night on Fourth
street, and came nearly being the cause
ol a n an fight.
Mr. Funison, aged 26 years, and Elis
abeth Penball, aged 27 years, both oi
Westminster, were licensed to wed to
Mr. W. T. Reed is visiting friends in
The Mexicans had a grand, good time
in this city last night. Several pro
ceeded to get full, which was easily ac
complished, and when this was done
Jose Morales hit Antonio Tapia over the
head with a club, badly injuring him.
Morales will try and tell Judge Feleinan
why he did so on tbe morning of tbe
Mrs. Knight and Miss Bylar were
visiting at the residence of the bride's
parents last night. Both are respected
residents of this city.
0. H. Menefee and wife rejoice in the
arrival of a baby boy, which came this
Those deßiring space in tne i«u«
trated edition of the Hebalo shou.d
call on or address J. J. Livernaeh, Santa
Ana, who has charge of the Orange
..,,„„».- j.,.-..uielii. Tk.o mill De the
huest illustrated edition ever printed in
John Berkehile of Kansas has pur
chased the five-acre farm of J. M. Paine,
paying 11700 for the property.
Conway Boeteler, tbe 17-year-old boy
who was yesterday adjudged insane, was
today taken to tbe Napa insane asylum.
Santa Ana's Fourth of July celebra
tion promises to be a great success.
Business Lively at the Big Wharf-Local
I Santa Monica, June 16.—The Santa
1 Rosa berthed at the mammoth wharf
; on her north bound trip, taking between
40 and 50 passengers and a quantity of
The Mineola has been at the wharf for
1 two days, and will remain until Tues
There will be three vessel* at ths
wbarf by Sunday nnloading cargoes.
Captain Nelson of San Francisco, who
is the proprietor of extensive redwood
mills and sailing vessels, haa been for
several day* making an inveetigation of
Port Los Angeles and Santo Monica in
reference to making this hia landing and
disbursing point for Southern California,
and has about concluded to do bo. He
formerly did business at San Pedro.
I have noticed that the posters of the
Southern Pacific in relation to the rates,
etc., for the Fourth of July are distrib
uted and poated everywhere. They will
aell tlcketa to all points at half rates on
tbe 3d and 4th, good to return on tbe
sth, with specials galore.
Tbe ladies of the Eastern Star gave
an entertainment at Masonic hall Thurs
Oeoige Grimmenger given a grand ball
at the canon tonight.
The Southern Pacific will ran a thea
tre special, leaving Santa Monica at
6:40 this evening.
Mr. E. Hoy entertained a party of
friends on a yachting excursion about
the bay yesterday.
Mr. Abbott Kinney spent yesterday at
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McClellan and
eon, ot Alburqueque, New Mexico; Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Kingman, M. Victor, C.
Kingman, Helena, Montano ; Mrs. May
Richards, San Diego: Mr. and Mrs.
James D. Wallace, Cumberland, Pa.;
T. D. Harris, Cincinnati; Ohio, are reg
istered at Bellevue Cottage.
Among yesterday's arrivals at Hotel
Jackson are Thos. Hayes, S. G. Hoff
man, A. M. Sutton, S. C. Harris, Fred
Cobent, San Francisco; R- 8. Thomas,
S. E. Fulton, Inglewood ; M. Morrison,
K. M. Haw, J. S. Spigott and wife, Mr.
and Mre. W. H. Davis, Los Angeles.
Items of Interest.
FIRST-CLASS RooM3and bast table board
at Santa Monica at Bellevue Cottage (in con
nection with Bellevue Terrace. Los Angeles)
Ocean avenue. Mrs. C. W. Stewart, Prop.
ALL WHO ENJOY good French cooking go
lo the Ilelmonlco Restaurant, Second strte'
Santa Monica, where P. Dauphlne, ihe cele
brated chef, presides over cuisine. Prlvato
rooms If dfciiied,
We invite competition and allow no person to
beat us. Largest discounts ever known given
on all paper. Everything in special sets at 237
South Spring street.
Pennsylvania and Champion lawn mowers
very low. J. W. Baker & Sous, 113 N. Mala at
Shipping, Arrival! nd Depart orea.
Rcdondo Bbach, June 16.—The steam
ship Santa Rota, Captain Alexander,
from San Diego, waa berthed alongside
Bedondo wbarf before 7 o'clock this
morning. Tha Santa Rosa and Corona
are understood to remain at this port
until the arrival of the Santa Fe train,
which leaves Los Angeles at 10 o'clock
a. m. Tbe Santa Rosa got away for the
north today at 11 o'clock, taking ont 10
tons miscellaneous freight and 20 pas
sengers for San Francisco.
The schooner Haloyon, Captain Rice,
came in this morning irom Newport
light and dropped anchor out in the
stream at 10 o'clock. Capt. Rice is
summoned here at this time as a wit
ness in the trial of Peterson—one of the
San Pedro Union sailors that boarded
bis vessel at midnight with the design
of stampeding tbe Halcyon's non-union
crew, whiob occurred at tbe time of his
last trip to Redondo.
Price and Ballou came in this morn
ing with a large catch of Jewfish, rock
bass and halibut; 1130 pounds were ex
pressed to Los Angeles.
Several new boats are being added to
the fishing fleet this season.
Advices by wire announce the steam
ship Corona due Sunday morning, June
18, with 170 tons of merchandise aud a
heavy passenger list for Redondo.
Capt. McDonnell has his yacht Purl
tan in fine trim and will tomorrow take
Lieutenant Collins and party for a
short fishing cruise.
Mr. P. Lovereau, who was among the*
heavy losers by the late fire, has com
menced the erection of a new billiard
hall on the old site. The new building
is considerably larger than the old one.
The hall on the first floor is 24 by 00
feet. Mr. Levereau expects to be open
in his new place by Ju'y 1.
Attorney Schmidt, of Los Angeles, is
spending a few days in Redondo, the
guest of Fred Schafer, of the Casino res
Mr. S. B. Hall, tbe wide-awake news
agent of Redondo Beacb, continues to
eznlt over bie wonderful boy (aged one
montb), and has given bim narnea for
his frienda Trudel & Mullen, Albert
Meaara. Lorenzo Ward and D. 8.
Packard of Ventura are in Redondo,
tbe gueata of Mre. 8. B. Hall. These
gentlemen came by the bicycle line,
making tbe run in 12 honra. They
think this a good record and are anxious
to try conclusions with some of our
A party of a dozen gueata at the Re
dondo yesterday made a trip to Pasa
dena, and thence by tally-ho coach on
a vieit to the Baldwin ranch. Mr. E.
H. Morton, who bald the ribbons over
the high steppers, reports a glorious
time all round. The members of the
party were: Mr. E. H. Morton of Chi
cago, Mies Buford of Kentucky, Miss
Tufts and Miss Dewey of Los Angelea,
Mrs. Kelly and Miss Kelly of Ban Jose,
Mrs. Smith and Miss Smith of San
Francisco, Miss McDonald of Milwau
kee. Mr. Jewett of San Francisco, Mr.
Calienden of Boston, Mr. Collins of
Mre. Hampson Hernua, of English
birth, but for many years residing in
Australia, is the gueßt of the Rev. Mr.
Blanchard, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church, Redondo. Mrs. Her
nua has been a mission preacher for
many years and commenced laat even
ing to hold a series of meetings at the
Methodiet church. People of all de
nominations are cordially invited to
Thia morning's arrivals at the Hotel
Rsdoado were: VVm, i>. Jewett, .lira.
•>. " • m. Slim uiiuua Sruitij,
Sheldon Burden, L. Schmidt, Los An
gelea; M. T. Cluster, eteamer Lakiue;
Dr. and Mre T. S. Grime, Miss Loughey,
Folios Court Caeca- The Beet Soger Fee-
torjr K»»'ly for BailDeu,
Chino, June 18.—Justice Seeley's law
mill has been grinding at a lively rate
On Monday John Hantard. a yoang
man who haa bean working in thie vi
cinity for aome time, but who had drawn
hit pay and visited yonr angelic city for
tbe praiseworthy pnrpose of blowing it
in, was arrested on complaint of John
I Boyle, who ha* been running a beer
| joint hera, charged with tha crime of
defrauding an innkeeper. At the hear
ing Beyle was represented by Attorney
Stewart, who acted as special counsel
for the prosecution, and whose principal
duty wa* keeping his client in order.
John waa full—fnlltr'n a goat—and in
sisted on supplementing bis counsel's
efforts by displays of hi* own efflores
cence. In answer to a question as to
what made him trust the defendant, he
growled ont: "It was not on account of
his good looks, sure," and subsequently
he insisted that, notwithstanding $2 of
the $3.50 claimed was borrowed money,
it waa "all for board."
It was a jury case; the defendant was
convicted and asserted $10 toward San
Bernardino county's new court house.
On Tuesday the irrepressible Boyle
was sgain on deck; this time with a
petty larceny case against a blasphe
mously nominated Mexican h ombre—
Jesus Ochoa. The justice had only a
week ago joined tbe dusky defendant in
the bonds of holy matrimony and, as
tbe evidence of criminal intent was
lacking, tbongb the act, towit, tbe tak
ing away from the ontside of complain
ant's bouse a bed whieh,Boyle offered to
take $2 for but insisted was worth not
lest than $50 to him, waa admitted, the
judge concluded not to spoil the honey
moon, so discharged the bridegroom.
Then while the wheels were still turn
ing, Hantard, who thought Boyle had
been having too much fun at his ex
pense, swore to a eonplaint charging
the festive dispenser of wet lunches
with sundry violations of ths license
laws. Boyle was placed under $50
bonds to appear before the court on
Richard Oird shipped a cats of beets
to the world's fair on Thursday morning.
They were of the Florimund Daprez va
riety, which is noted fur its large per
centage of saccharine matter, and were
already so well grown as to be fit for the
Work at tbe factory is progressing very
rapidly, and it is expected that on or
about the 15th of July the campaign
will commence. With its increased fa
cilities the factory will be able to handle
about 600 tone of beets per day, and the
output for the season of 1893 will ap
proximate 16,000,000 pounds of refined
Southern California can well afford to
be proud of an industry which, in such
a short time, has attained such gigantic
The rolling stock of the Chino Valley
narrow gange is being thoroughly over
hauled, the engines, etc., having been
taken to the repair shops of the South
It is expected work will soon com-
TtJTT'b PILLS banish billouaueu.
mence on the line which will connect
Chino with Riverside and Pomona.
While our lacilities for railroad trade
are good now, the substitution of a
throngh line, placing ns in direct com
munication with Important plaoaa, will
ba a decided improvement on tha
Crop prospects are improving every
day. Foggy mornings and light driz
zling showers during the paat week
have assured a largely increaasd ton
Naw* Matter* From a Number of
Wiser Saticoy, June 14.—Ventura—
Tbe board of supervisors met on Mon
day, June 8, Wednesday, June 8, and
Thhrsday, June 9.
Extensive preparations were made for
tbe Y. M. O. A. social to be held Mon
day evening, June 12. It was a success.
No fault can be found with tbe Ven
tura county climate as the following re
port will show: The mean temperature
for the month was 61.2 degrees; that of
the warmest day was 72.7 degrees. The
highest temperature was reached on tbe
22d. when the mercury reached 91 de
grees. Tbe lowest temperature was 48
degrees. 91 degrees here would mean
110 in New York, with humidity thrown
in. During the month there were 19
clear days, four pretty cloudy and three
cloudy and foggy.
The committee of arrangements for
celebrating the Fourth of July are mak
ing great preparations for a propsr ob
servance of the day.
Dr. O. L. Bard is attending the semi
annual meeting of the Southern Califor
nia Medical society.
Prof. Swain is making a trip to 'Frisco
on his bicycle.
J. R. Willoughby is getting ready for
A change has been made in tbe time
of departure of the steamers from Ven
tura wharf. Tbe leave going south at 4
a. m , and going north at 0 a. m.
Jndge J. O. Daly is going into the
poultry business on an extensive scale.
He haa lately pnrcbaaed an incubator
with a capacity of 240 eggs.
Sunday afternoon Will J. Guy lost his
life by drowning in tbe Ventura river.
He was a native of Nova Scotia and
about 24 years old.
Mr. F. "A. Foster, who went with our
county exhibit to Chicago, returned
home Wednesday evening. He said
that the exhibits were now all in place.
The bean pagoda is an object of special
Mark Love started Thursday for San
Francisco, where he will join tbe other
successful competitors in the Examiner
examination contests. They will travel
from San Francisco in a special sleeping
coach and stop off to visit Salt Lake
City. This reminds us that the Hkrald
is offering a chance for some one else to
be made happy in a like manner.
A. Everet was re-elected school trus
Prof. Ward took a trip to tbe Simi on
Mr. Grainger ie compelled to cut out
hie Lima beans. He thinks he will
plant Lady Washington.
A severe earthquake ebock was felt
here about 4 a, m. on June let.
Mr. Paxton baa sold his interest in
the King impliment company to Mr.
James Rogue of Santa Paula. Mr.
Paxton has left the country.
There ia a large crop of hay at Buck
horn this year.
Everybody in the Los Pasoa valley is
busy. Large crops are being harvested.
iney ao say mat tile railroad is really
coming. Some say that the cars wiii be
passing through Lomis in 10 months.
Even bo. Jet it be.
Geo. F. Bovsrd of Los Angeles, visit
ed Lomis lasfweek.
About two-thirdß of this beautiful
tract has been sold. The surveyors
have completed their work and have re
turned to their homes. Soon this new
enterprise will be tbe scene of life.
Blanchard's packing house i* the
scene of lively work every day. He is
shipping a car load a day at present.
A party of railroad surveyors have
been in Santa Paula surveying for a road
around Point Mager to Santa Paula
cafion, through Casitas pass to Santa
Four cars of beans for the east and
one car of cattle for Los Angelas wars
shipped last week.
Tbe Steel's have gone to Antelope Tal
ler to lire.
Pr. Simmons and Mr. Maddux re
turned from Antelope with anything but
glowing reports about the country.
F. K. Smith of Santa Barbara has
bargained for 20 car loads of blue gum
piling irom the Biackbnrn ranch for
Mr. W. P. F. Richards is laying a
foundation for an addition to bis home.
Mre. Percy's house is up.
Mrs. E. L. Gushing, hereon, C. Marsh
Cushing, and Miss Ada Cnshing have
just arrived from Jersey City, N. J.
They are stopping at the Saticoy house.
Parties have found that there is con
siderable fan, fishing in the Sespe.
Mr. Caeeidy has erected a fine new
The farmers of the neighborhood are
greatly pleased with tbe appearance of
tbe crops. The price of fruit is rising.
J. Hobard was re-elected school trus
tee in the Ojai school district on Friday.
Mr. E. J. Swift has bonght 115 acres
of land of Mrs. Rynerson of Santa Bar
bara. He expects to engage in fruit
Mrs. Ruth Clapp has sold her ranch
on the Scape to W. M. Owens for $1200.
About 120 acres of lemons have been
set out around this place during the
Dr. Sessions is making improvement*
on hi* house.
Mr. John Snarely met with a serious
accident on Friday evening. He waa
thrown from a cart, which paaeed over
him, breaking aeveral ribs.
Heading baa commenced and work is
Dr. Wood, who has been aick for a
long time, haa gone to Long Beach. It
is hoped that he will aoon return with
health fully reatored.
The Santa Barbara district camp meet
ing will be held in Crumrme'a grove,
one mile north of Santa Paula, com
mencing Weduesdao, June 21st, and
closing July 2d.
If the care ot the hair mi mane a part of a
lady's eduction, we wouid not see so many
gray be ids. and the use of Hall's Hair Ken6war
would be unnecessary.
THE BOND ACT.
The City Attorney Consulted About It
with Rmlnoat Counsel.
City Attorney W. E. Dunn was in con
sultation all day yesterday with Jndge
MeKinley of San Francisco, ex-judge of
the supreme court of California, and 0.
T. H. Palmar ol Oakland; also Chapman
& Hendrick.Graves.O'Melveny & Sbank
lond and John T. Jones.
The subject under discussion was the
case brought against tbe city treasnrer
with the object of enjoining him from
selling property for delinquent assess
ments for street work done under the
bond act. The matter was about two
thirds settled yesterday afternoon, and
the decision reached will be submitted
to Judge Showers tomorrow afternoon.
THE NORMAL SCHOOL.
The Arrangements Made far the Com
The different arrangements made con
cerning the coming commencement of
the Normal school are as follows:
The annual banquet of the Alumni
will take place on Saturday, Jane 241h,
at the Hollenbeck cafe.
The bacalaureate sermon will be
preached in Unity church by the Rev.
Or. Thompson on Sunday morning, June
Commencement day will be celebrated
at 2 o'clock on Thursday, June 29th, in
the Grand opera house.
The Reason Why the Oaklanders Are
Lodis Geischen relapsed yesterday into
a state of reflection, and with a dreamy,
far-away look in his eyes, asked a friend
"Why the Oaklanders were like Hades ?"
" 'Cause they're no good," was the re
"Guess again," said the loquacious
And when the riddle was given up, he
said, with a twinkle in his eye, " 'Cause
the Angels are not in it," and immedi
ately screwed his not to a more healthy
Chicaoo, June 16. —A verdict was
reached today in the case of the first
victim of the riots on tha drainage
canal. It censures Contractors Locker,
Jackson and Mather for shooting de
fenseless men without cause or warrant
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Bains, melancholy and nervousness,
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It's a legitimate medicine — not
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If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every
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A new life for every delicate and
ailing woman — and if there's no
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Medical and Surgical
Many yean' experience In hospital and office
practioe. Regular physicians, EXTSKTS in
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Solicit calls from all who have failed in former
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Consultation at office free aid confidential.
Charges reasonable. Call or address Los An
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950 TO 966 BCSKA ViBTA ST.,
t_OS ANQELES, OAL.
Adjoining the Southern PaolSc grounds. Tel
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PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S
AMD PLANING MILLS.
810 Commercial street, Lea Angeles, CaL
Dyspepsia is tie to
of the present generation, ■tlafaurMa
care and Ita attendant*. Nlefc lgesd>
acht, Constipation and Mica, tb*S
have beeeia* no famous. They aef
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orsrana, giving; cnens tane anal vlft-er tn
assimilate food. MaarrlpingjernnnaetV
OJScc, £40 to 141 YraehiAgton St., If. ¥.
Whose remedies were intro
duced in Los Angeles in the
spring of 1892, is here again.
Friends who have used bis
remedies, or expect to do so,
may have a free interview
X A M A M E,
Parlors 34 & 35, ftamona.
9:80 to 10 A.M. and 2:30 to 3 P.M.
$1000 IN GOLD!
CHALLENGE FOR THE EQUAL OF
Kamame Pink Oil
AS AN EXTERNAL REMEDY.
- AND -
30P- tit'j vi'fi"? 3*w«
A Great Bargain.
The Cottrell press and folder on which tha
Ribald was formerly worked off Is offered let
sale at a great bargain. Practically as good as
new. Alto a vertical engine.
AVERS & LYNCH,
This is an unexampled bargain for cash.
/gjgUßfo Rooms 22, 24 & 25,
block, QJP He
107 North Sprir St, &m Aieelei, Cxi.
A SET OF TEETH, $5.
AH operations painless to a degree that can
not fall to satisfy. All work warranted. Con
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4a. m. to sp. m. Open evenings from 7to 10
o'olock. 3-11 lyr
Or AFi«? Liquor Habit PotUU vely Cm***
by admlnl»»a»rlMV Dr.
It can be given in a cup of eoeTae* or tee, er la ntosf.
without the knowledge of the patient- Ttleibaoieaejy
and will effect a per men eat ud ijieejljr
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3f aaaee, and la every instance a perfect eve steaM
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L X. L. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES,
826 8. Main St., bet. Eighth and Nlata,
Telephone 297. Los Angeles
Good rigs, gentle horses and reliable drivers.
Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses
boarded by the day, weak or month. Bones cc
let by thi day, week or month. Rrlek •atkasa,
dre proof. *
I RON, STEEL,
Horseshoes and Naila,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Eta,
JOHN WIG MOSS,
117. 118 aad 121 Boats Las Ssgstss SwWfc,