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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Beoorder Kosslter vs. Juittos) Merrlnni.
Pasadena, Sept. 6.—The writ of man
damna case which recently war heard
before the superior court, brought by
Attorney J. G. Roaslter to compel Jub
tiee Marriam to grant a change of venue
in a civil case brought before him in
which defendant swore that he believed
he could not receive a fair and impartial
trial before tbe court, haa not come to
a conclusion yet from preaent appear
ances. It will be remembered tbat tbe
■aperior judge held that tbe justice
must grant the change, and an order to
that effect has been issued but not
Now Justice Merriam proposes to
carry tbe case to tbe supreme court on
the grounds tbat tbe mandatory pro
ceedings were not proper in the caae,
and tbat previous decisions of tbe su
preme court bold tbat a juatioe baa tbe
power to use hia diacretion aa to the
granting a change of venue, and that be
fa not compelled to do ao.
The papers in the appeal caae have
not yet been filed but will be in a few
A PLEASANT SOCIAL.
The eoclal and entertainment given
by tbe ladiea of the North Pasadena M.
K. church laat evening, in tbe church
parlors, was well attended, and proved
to be a very enjoyable affair.
Tbe programme, consisting of literary
and musical selections, waa aa follows:
Vocal solo, Miaa Helen Forbes; organ
aolo, Miaa Bessie Cook ; vocal solo, Miss
Llbbie Junes; reading, Miss Lena Sea
man; recitation, Misa. Blanche Lewis;
quartet, Messrs. Snyder brothers, Mies
Forbes And Miss French.
Following the programme refresh
ments were served and a general good
social tune indulged in.
E. 11. May of the Firet National bank
and family returned today from Santa
Barbara, where they have been for sev
eral weeks past.
Mr. Clark, jr., haa juet returned from
Chicago. During hia trip eaat he visited*
bis old home in Wisconsin.
Mr. Herbert Holt returned yeaterday
from an extended trip through the east.
Mr. Holt ia pleased to be back in Pasa
Mr. Bickford haa returned from a trip
through the northern part oi tha atate.
Oharlea Heizer is recovering from the
effects of a playful header which he
took tbe other day, spraining hia arm
quite eeverely. diaries now oilers tbe
bicycle at below coat price.
All banka will close here on Admis'
eion day and probably moat busineea
houses will follow their example. It
haa not yet been decided what exerciaee
will be held, bnt aome recognition of the
day ahonld be made by all means.
Dr. H. K. Macomber, who haa been in
the eait for several months, ia expected
home in a few daye. Mra. Macomber
remains in tbe eaat and will probably
apend the winter there.
A Pleasant Programme for Pleasure
Santa Monica, Sept. o.—Surf swim
ming in tbe early morning, tennis be
tween 10 and 12, a hot bath at tbe north
beach bath house before dinner or lunch
eon, driving to the race track in the aft
ernoon to see the boys exercising their
blooded stook,another plunge in the surf
at north beach before supper and a
mnsioale or dance afterwards, is the
S roper way to enjoy one's self these
right September days, and many take
that route to pleasure. Those who like
fishing or hunting are having no end of
fun and game and fish are plentiful at
The board of trustees at tbeir meeting
on Monday night, after ordering the
bills paid, took a hand in the Chinese
waahhouse war, and defined the limits
where John may wash and iron, defin
ing it by ordinance making it unlawful
for any laundry to be run within the
city limits, except north of Eighth
street and between the Southern Pacifio
railroad and Railroad avenue north of
Elliott's and Scott's additions. This
will do away with the washhouse on
Hogan's lot on Utah avenue and effec'..
ually settles the matter.
The contract accepted between the
Santa Monica Electrio Power company
and the city for furnishing 10 electrio
lights from a year from September Ist.
The tax rate for the year was fixed at
f>o cents on the (100, being 20 cents less
than last year, and is apportioned as
follows: Forty cents, general fund; 5
cents library fund and 5 cents park fund.
A surprise party was tendered Mibb
Carrie Atkinson on Monday night by a
number of ber friends on ber arrival
home. Among those present were the
Misses May Johns, Zoe and Gloria Lou
than, M. Anlbal, Ada Parker, Maud
Many Buffirino froh It Today—Theory of
misfortune is never heard without a responsive
throb of sympathy from those who hear lt.
Thousands who have had la grippe, which left
them with that constant tired, worn-out feel
ing, sleeplessness, dull headache, depression,
hysteria, etc., have often prayed for relief, and
arc obtaining it from Dr. Miles' Restorative
?V T „ M. Lew Knyart. Many, Ind., says:
"Your Nervine has cured me of prostration; it
»"J urt what your advertisement said it was.'
■Two bottles of Nervlte cured me of sick head
ache. —Ohss. Wilber, Palmyra. N Y. Hold on
««h« r »hjee by C. H. Hance. 177 N. Spring.
Call for the Doctor's book, "New and Startling
Neleon, Lulu Mean, Mra. F. J. Culver,
Mrs. Cutler, Mra. Atkinßon, Messrs. J.
W. Grey, B. Grey, George Grey, H. W.
Stanch, Guy Vineyard, F. J. Culver and
A. E. Jrckaon.
Seaside Lodge No. 360, I. O. O. F.,
conferred the third degree on four can
didates Tuesday evening.
Miaa Hall. Misa E. Hall, Pasadena;
Mr. and Mra. Wood, Riveraide; Mr.
Wright, Oarpenteria; Mr. W. W. Bate
man, Riveraide, arrived recently at the
J. B. Mitohell and E. C. Smith, regis
tered yesterday at the Bellevue.
The Cheeney-Reed concert at the
Presbyterian church on Tuesday even
ing waa a grand success musically as
well as socially. The programme was
a good one, and the rendition up to a
high order of merit.
It may be of interest and convenience
to come who are spending the Bummer
in Santa Monica to know tbat work
done in the schools of Santa Monica will
be accepted in Los Angelea aa full equiv
alent for work done in the correspond
ing grades of the city schools, perhaps
with the exception of drawing. Work
done in tbe Santa Monica high school
will be accepted aa full equivalent for
corresponding work in the literary
course in the city high achool. Thus
those wbo wish to remain here will need
to have no tear of their children losing
any educational advantages while they
are enjoying the pleasures of life beside
People who think that we have no
celebritiea in our little berg or surround
ings will find otherwise upon examina
tion. One who drives down the steep
grade to tbe cafion after leaving the
adobe at Seventh Btreet will notice upon
the right hand aide a good sized tent
with a kitchen attached. Tbia ia tbe
aummer home of Mr. Romulu Pico, a
son of Don Andres Pico, a general who
whipped Fremont on the heights at
Los Angelea, and a nephew of Don Pio
Pico, the laat Mexican governor of Cali
fornia. Quiet hospitality is there of
fered to all those who love the honored
H. Howard, P. J. Weeks, R. Pelleaier,
Wm. afeeks, Geo. W. White, James
Griffin of Lob Angelea, Wm. Sherman,
W. F. Haya of St. Louis, R. D. Howell,
John Peterson, S. W. Loomia of Chi
cago regiatered at Hotel Jackson yester
The young gentlemen of tender years
gave the guests of Hotel Jackson a the
atrical treat on Monday evening, by
giving Slavery Days, a piece of their
own composition. The Rede will orches
tra furnished the music before and be
tween the acta, and the boya did ex
Items of Interest.
BCHADKB & CO., beers, wines, liquors, min
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite postofflce.
Accident to Bdward Klliott — Local
Ban Bernardino, Sept. 6.—A vert
painful accident occurred last evening
about 8 o'clock, in front of tbe high
school building, on £ street. Edward
Elliott, the 7-year-old son of E. D. El
liott, cashier of tbe First National bank,
was riding a hurro and fell off head
foremost, striking on a rock. Tbe scalp
was badly bruised and the child was
picked up in an unconoious condition.
He remained in a critical state all night,
but wbb improved sufficiently by morn
ing to recognize his parents?, and it is
thought he will soon recover.
THE JURY DID NOT AOBEB.
The police court was crowded today to
bear tbe Knoblock-Steele case. Knob
lock bad Steele arrested last Mon
day night for abusive language,
while both men were in a
Third street restaurant. Steele had in
terfered in some trouble which Knob
lock had with a debtor, and both were
arrested. Knoblock swore to a warrant
charging Steele with abusive language,
but after all the witnesses were heard
and tne jury which had been charged
was out for over two hours, they an
nounced that they could not agree, and
tbe defendant was discharged. A simi
lar charge against Knoblock was also
dismissed on motion of Oity Attorney
J. L. Jonas and wifeareexpected home
this week from Oakland.
The district attorney has filed an in
formation against Charles Button for
the willful murdfar of Gus Bohn on Au
The fact tbat not an arrest has been
made in tbis city for three months
speaks well for tbe law-abiding citizens
of San Bernardino.
A Lively Bet-to Among; the Trustees-
Riverside, Sept. 6.—A lively eet-to
took place yesterday at tbe city tmatees'
meeting between Trustee Frost and 0.
W. Filkins. Mr. Filkins appeared be
fore tbe board in bebalf of Mrs. Mar
garet Sayward, whose orchard it was
claimed had been damaged by the re
moval of props from trees which had
been fumigated at tbe expense of the
city. He wanted the city to replace tbe
props. Trustee Frost immediately of
fered as an amendment to Trustee
White's motion (that in no case will the
city cause the props to be replaced that
have been taken away) that it be de
clared the sense of the board tbat they
will not be liable for damage done while
fumigating. He said tbat it should be
understood that the city was not doing
the work gratuitously. Mr. Fil
kins made a lengthy reply and
accused Mr. Frost of snubbing him.
That gentleman said that if Mr. Filkins
wished to take the matter that way he
could, and tbat be was very weary of
hearing these petty claims urged. The
amended motlou was put to a vote and
Several reports were examined and
The tax levy ordinance wae adopted
aB read at the last meeting.
George M. Frink, public administra
tor, was in town yesterday.
A delegation of Masons will go to Bad
lands this evening.
O. feWnohax S"w nlnoad in, the county
LOS ANGELES HERALD. THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER «. ib«J3
jail yeaterday by Constable McCoy of
Beaumont to serve 20 days for petit lar
The prizes to be awarded at the bicy
cle tournament next Saturday are on
exhibition at the bookstore of J. M.
The new chnrch of the Methodists of
Riveraide will be dedicated next Sun
Important Meeting of the Oity Trustee!.
The Water Works Question.
Pomona, Bept. 6.—The city trnateea
met in the city ball laat night at 7:30, a
fall board being preaent. The minutes
of the preceding meeting were read and
approved. The Btreet committee asked
for and was granted further time on the
alley petition. On motion the reading
of several ordinances was deferred to
another meeting. The specifications for
building sidewalks and crosswalks were
by motion numbered respectively five
and six and adopted. A resolution of
intention to build au aßpbalt sidewalk
six feet in width on the weat side of
Elizabeth, or Main atreet, from the
aouth aide of Holt avenue to tbe north
side of Firat atreet, was passed and
noticea ordered posted according to the
requirements of law touching auch
caaea, notwithstanding a protest pre
sented by the Southern Pacific com
pany, 310 feet, and one or two other
partiea 185 feet, as the property ownera
along the line controlling the other 545
feet were in favor of the improvement..
The regulation of the width of cross
walka was four feet, whioh are to be
built at tbe expense of tbe oity. The
various bills for monthly current ex
penses, the salaries of officerß, claims of
the fire department, those ot the pound
master and printing billa were presented
and with one or two exceptiona on
technical pointß, allowed. A claim of
Misa Corinne Davia for fifty dol
lara for copying work done
in assessor's office waa allowed; Treas
urer J. VV. Goodwin asced ior extra pay
in collecting (or preparing books for col
lection) taxea, and upon motion was al
lowed one month's extra salary; then
the matter of the city purchasing the
water rights of the Citizens' Water com
pany wae presented by Messrs. C. G.
Kellogg and J. E. Packard, on tbe part
oi the water company, came up, was
talked over, and finally resulted in an
order authorizing tbe city clerk to have
a suitable notice published in the three
Pomona papers, and the printing, post
ing and distributing handbills calling
for a general mass meeting of the citi
zens of Pomona on Monday night next
at 8 o'clock, to investigate and discuss
tbe feasibility, advisability and ability
to purchase tbe entire aaid plant, and
then adjourned to meet again on the
evening following said mass meeting,
Tuesday, September 12th, at 7:30, to act
in tbe matter alter getting tbe sense of
tbe property owners of our city.
Miss Lulu Thrall and her mother ar
rived home yesterday irom their world's
fair trip, after a pleasant and enjoyable
visit in the eaat.
J. H. Todd and family are at home
Misses Viola Marsh and Maria
Schwann, the patiently plodding and
expert bookkeepers, respectively of
Fellowß' grocery store and Short &
Schwann, fruit shippers, left this morn
ing for a two week's rest at Santa Cata
A rabbit drive north and eaat from
Pomona ia being considered for Satur
The celebration of the silver wedding
last evening, on the twenty-fifth anni
versary ot the marriage of Rev £. K.
and Mrs. Bennett, at their residence, on
tbe corner of Sixth street and White
avenne, was attended by, perhaps, come
300 persona, and it waa indeed one of
the real pleaaant affairs that have oc
curred in Pomona thia season.
• Mr. Clyde Brooka ran in from hia laat
Loa Angelea and El Paso run on yester
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Smith have re
turned to San Pedro for a longer stay.
Newa and Personal Notes from That
Buena Park, Sept. 6.—Mrs. 8. P.
Kin and Miss Cox spent a tew days at
the Park last week.
Tbe Misses Archibald are taking an
extended trip through Northern Califor
nia, and will remain in San Francisco
until after the midwinter fair.
Rev. Mr. Phillips haß resigned his po
sition as pastor of the Congregational
church. Rev. Fred Field of Los Angeles
is suplying the pulpit.
The L. M. A. S. have adjourned till
Misses Mamie Temploton and Edith
Bancroft of San Francisco have been
visiting Mrs. A. W. Whitaker on their
way to Washington via Chicago.
Mrs. J. M. Haigb of Antelope valley
have been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Lamplore were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Whitaksr on
Mrs. Stevenson of Kansas City is again
at tbe Park with her sister, Mrs.
A steady stream of teams with sugar
beets are keeping up the procession,
loading several cars here daily,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Whitaker of San
Bernardino have been spending their
vacation at Catalina. On their return
they stopped to take a look at the old
folk« and epend an anniversary day
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitaker.
The Misses Edith and Mabel Young
have returned from Catalina.
Tbe popular handkerchiefs at present
are of India linen, almost as fine as mist.
They have hemetiched edges about half
an inch wide, with the initial or mono
gram embroidered in tbe corner. The
lettering is delicate and outlined.
* "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
At the WORLD S FAIR.
The Exhibit of Apollinaris is to be
seen in the German Division of the
News from Rant* Ana, Orange aad
Santa Ana, Sept. 6.—The great free
for-all pace on tbe Santa Ana race track
thia season wilt be the racing event of
1893 In California.
Five kings of tbe turf will contest for
supremacy In tbis event—Hilkwood, Di
ablo, W. Wood, Plnnkett and .
This should insure a race which for
speed and excitement will aatiafy all
lovers of horseflesh. It will be the only
race in whioh Silkwood will be entered
tbia year, as a Herald representative In
conversation witb Mr. Wiilitta today was
informed tbat Silkwood would not be
seen on any race course this year save at
Tbe Santa Ana track will be put in the
fastest condition, and a low mark will be
Kelly arrived in Santa Ana laat night,
and his string of horses will get here this
evening. Kelly ia well satisfied with the
result of his horses' work at tbe Santa
Barbara and Hueneme races.
Gilford's stable also got in today, but
tbe jolly Clifford did not take as many
purses as he figured on.
REAL ESTATE MATTERS.
Real estate transfers have been very
quiet during tbe past week, only 15
deeds being recorded, and the considera
tion being $9167. There are many new
comers here wbo are looking about with
a view to purcbaaing. There were also
filed for record during the past week 27
The directors of tbe fair association
met today and considered many matters
in regard to the coming races.
Tbe chamber of commerce met last
night end decided that lome arrange
ment should be made to have the sewage
of the city removed at night, instead of
daring the day.
David A. Ott, aged 50 years, died last
night at his home in Villa Park. The
gentleman's death was caused by pneu
monia, and was rather unexpected. Mr.
Ott was an old resident, and highly re
spected by all.
R. Padgbam has returned from a visit
in Ventura county.
Three coyote scalps were brought to
the county clerk today.
Frank Ey will erect a neat residence
on hia lot on North Main street.
Improvements are continually taking
place here. Tbat shows as nothing else
can what our country is made up ot<
And then the cropa raited here are cer
tainly excellent and always sure, aa we
have plenty of water.
Quite an addition is being made to
the Ocean View achool house. Another
apartment is being added, and they ex
pect to employ two teachers thia year.
Mr. and Mra. Ainawortb, who have
been spending several weeka at Bolea
Chico, returned to tbeir home in Loa
Mr. Oaborn and sons seem to be hav
ing excellent success since the arrival of
their new seine. Thursday they esti
mated their catch to be about seven
tona. The new seine ia 1000 feet in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis, who have
been visiting friends here during the
past two weeks, returned to their home
in Beaumont Saturday laat.
Misa Mamie McCoy haa taken charge
of her achool at Downey.
■ Rev. Mr. Phillips, pastor of the Con
gregational church here, stopped at Oak
land on bis way to tbe world's fair to
take a wife with him. He hae many
friends here who wish tbem a long and
R. S. Hazard and Mr. Tucker have
returned from a trip to Catalina island.
A large nnmber of onr young people
have left us for another year of study
Miss Uattie Patterson hae been visit
ing her cousins here daring tbe past
Mise Carrie McCoy left thia week to
take charge oi her achool at Centrailia.
Mra. Dr. W. B. Woad and two sous of
Orange leave for a visit to tbe former's
parent! at Leavenworth, Kan. They
will be absent a month or six weeks.
Miaa Alice Frazier of Orange hat gone
to Loa Angelea to attend tbe normal
The reeidence, bam and out-buildings
oi Mr. J. E. Hoy's ranch near Villa Park,
will soon be completed. Mr. and Mrs.
Hoy are now residents of Banta Monica,
bat will soon move into their ranch
Rev. W. de R. Poa, paator of the Bap
tist church, Orange, will hereafter hold
Sunday afternoon services for the Bap
tists at FaUertOfi.
Ten acres, known as Richland fatm,
lot No. 1, has been purchased of Mr. A.
B. Chapman, jr., by Mr. 0. F. Stamps.
The purchaser will improve the prop
erty, whioh is located at Orange.
At a re-union of the family of Mr. and
Mrs. A. 8. Harris, held at their ranch
southeast of Orange, on Saturday last,
there were 31 children and grandchild
ren present. One married granddaugh
ter waa absent. The occasion was the
64th anniversary of Mrs. Harria'a birth.
Mra. Amy C. Brown haa exchanged
her ranch of 37% acres, located on the
river, west of Orange, with Mr. 0. E.
Cullen of Chicago for farm property in
Kansas and city property in Chicago.
Mr. Cullen, who is a brother-in-law of
Mr. F. H. Keifhaber of Westminster,
will probably soon take up his residence
on the ranch with his family.—[Orange
Mr.W. D. Bridges has sold his cottage
on La Veta avenue, Orange, to W. 8.
Dearing of El Modena.
The Hotel Palmyra, Orange, will soon
open for the season. Repairs are now
News and Personal Notes from that
Compton, Sept. 6.—Mie. John Mal
comb, accompanied by her mother and
Mrs. Heiman left for San Pedro yester
day. They have laid plans to make a
trip to Catalina before returning.
Jane Palmer is better; a favorable re
port ie given of all the eiek in onr neigh
Rev. A. E. Stanley is down with a
Ttaa Weather Hima'i Report of their
The local weather bureau furnishes
the following report of the condition of
the crops in Southern Oalifornia daring
the past week:
The first part of tbe week was cooler
than the seasonal averages, Witb damp,
cloudy mornings; the latter part was
clear, with the temperature ranging con
siderably above the normals. Bain fell
Saturday in the eastern districts, being
quite heavy in some places. A severe
thunder storm occurred at Riverside, at
tended by hail. No damage waa reported
to drying fruit or grain from the rain.
Tbe fruit market continued without
noticeable change. Drying continues
briskly, mostly by giowers, on account
of the low prices offered for freah fruit.
An exchange says that tbe report of
tbe government statistician, just re
ceived, shows good reaaon for expecting
that pricea for products will improve.
Thia is especially tbe case with fruit.
Tbe tables show but a single item in one
of the sma'lest states where the produc
tion is equal to the average. If the total
of the dried and canned fruit ia aB great
ly below the normal yield ac the govern
ment report indicates, then when there
is a restoration of confidence and money
begins to circulate, there should be an
improvement in demand and prices.
Bean growers have commenced har
vesting their crops. Prune drying is
going on, but there is no market yet for
the crop. Walnuts are beginning to
SAN LUIS OBISPO.
The mornings were cloudy and tbe
days warm. Bean pullers are in de
mand ; the crop is good. Grain is very
Bardsdale—Bean threshing has begun ;
the price of beans is nominal and no
sales. May potatoes are a good crop
but very slow sales at 75c. All products
are abundant but no demand for any of
LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
Duarte — Fruit drying continues.
Twenty dollars are offered for fresh
prunes. A heavy thunder shower
passed east of here on the 2d : we had a
trace of rain.
Covina—The firßt few deyß of the
week was cool with foggy mornings, the
remaining days were warm and sultry
with rain in the mountain?. Fruit dry
ing continues; prunes ara turning out
HAN BERNARDINO COUNTY.
. Ontario —The shower which waa gen
eral in thie section on Saturday, did not
reach here; merely a sprinkle fell.
Work baa well begun on gathering the
prnne crop, whioh ie heavy and of fine
quality. Moat growers will dry as bnt
$20 is offered for the fresh fruit.
Ohino—A trace of rain fell Saturday
evening; 15,000 tone of angar beets have
been harvested, averaging 14 to 15 per
cent sugar. The weather haa been favor
able for ripening beets on account of the
abaence of fogs.
Redlands—The rain of Friday night
did but little, if any, damage in tbis vi
cinity. Fruit drying is brisk and a
very heavy crop will be cured, more
than was anticipated. The honey yield
is unusually large. Grapes are very pro
Riverside—Grapes are ripening quite
fast, and in some Of tbe vineyards in the
lower part of the valley will be ripe
enough for picking by the middle of
Moreno —Threshing continues in the
valley, and tbe crops will not all be
harvested for two or three weeks. The
sheep men shipped two carloads of wool
from Alessandro last week.
Winchester—Our commodious ware
houses are full and but little of our large
crop is stored away,
lie met—The roller mill is now turn
ing out a superior quality of family flour.
Large quantities of barley are rolled
here and shipped to points in Arizona
principally. Peaches and nectarines are
plentiful and are mostly being dried.
Elainore—Threshing continues. Ap
ricots have been told at 7 % to 8 cents a
Anaheim—The corn orop is being
harvested and promises a fair yield,
Peaches are betas; dried by growers to a
small extent; part of the crop is going
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F\ift?Na2fli. A\ j jrf%«%s»niption or Insanity, Can he carried in vest pocket. »?. perbox, OfnrtswK,
\mrlPSfmks»^k%nV^teW^ by m " 11 PropnM. With a #51* order we rrlve a written snuruntee curs
rento^ioTATrnViriio °or refund t>,<■ ir.->n<-v. flvrnlnr free. Sold by all druitglMs. Ask for It, tnk(
bEFOHEfINOAFTERUSING.no other. Address KEBVE BRKSCO., llasoniu Teaiplo, CutCi.GO.lu,
For Sale in Los Anfirdss.Cal., by GODFREY & MOORE, Druggists, 108 Soutl
THE TUDOR~DENTAL CO.
m J - R TUDOR - Mana^or
sS^>i^2_L *J^y/\ RUBBER PLATES-UPPER OR LOWER.
First Grade, $ 1.00. fecond Grade, $v.50.
Third Grade, $5.00.
Cement Fillings 50c to 750
Aluminum Platss $10 00 to $15.00 Teeth extracted for ti'ia.
Porcelain Crowns 2.60 to 3.00 Painless extraction by any anaes hetlc da-
Goid Crowns 5.00 to 700 slied
Go d Fillines From $1.50 up. The administration of gas a sp3eiaty.
Silver or Amalgam Fillings.... 50c to $1.00 jfJßjr-All work guaranteed,
THE TDDOR DENTAL CO., "^hSS&g?
to waste. Walnuts are being contracted
for; the crop will be slightly short.
Beets are being shipped regularly.
Santa Ana—The wineries in Orange
connty will commence work in a .few
days; the grape is a large one.
SAN DIEOO COUNTY.
Esoondidc—The past week the Santa
Fe company has been pushed for rolling
stock to move the grain on tbe Escon
dido division. A large quantity of wheat
is being shipped from Vista.
Valley Centre—There is an extra large
crop of honey in this section this year.
San Diego city—Grape picking began
today (Monday) on come of tbe small
places. Many will not make raisins this
year, preferring to sell fresh ; some will
feed grapes to hogs, as there is more
money in that. The fruit market is
without notable change; receipts con
tinue heavy, and prices are very weak.
Some extra fine peaches from EI Cajon
and Poway valleys are held firm at high
Some Farther Instructions as to Its
E. W. Maslin, secretary of the state
board of trade, has issued the following
My attention has been called to a lack
of clearness in the statement as to the
amount of glycerine to be used in the
fluid to preserve fruit for exhibition, and
I beg to reiterate the directions.
A gallon of water weighs 128 ounces.
The average per cent of soluble matter
in a ripe peach, for instance, ie 10 per
cent, equal to 12.80 ounces. For peaches,
therefore, there should be added to every
gallon of water 12 ounces, by weight, of
glycerine, or four-fifths that amount by
fluid ounce measure. If the fruit be
prepared before thoroughly ripe, about
two-thirds of tne amount of glycerine
named wiil be sufficient.
If bi-sulphite cf Boda is used, be care
ful to buy the pure and not the commer
cial article; the first is white, the sec
ond is darker in color. If the commercial
article is used, then use three ounces to
tbe gallon of water and allow the sedi
ment to settle.
Mr. Lelong informs me that be pre
vents the fruit from cracking by ÜBing
one-fourth part of alcohol.
Unless the saccharometer is used, you
have to guess at the percentage ol solu
ble matter. No rule can ba laid down,
except to remember that tbe juice of fruit
raised on bill land, in a warm climate
and unirrigated, has a greater density
than tbat of fruit raised under opposite
conditions. Tbe average is about what
is stated in former circular.
The Irrigation Congress.
Governor Markham of California has
issued a proclamation calling the atten
tion of the people of tho trans-Missis
sippi states and territories to the inter
national irrigation congress which is
called to convene at Los Angeles October
10, 1893. The citizens of the arid states
are invited and urged to send full dele
gations to the congress, which promises
to be the most notable gathering of its
kind ever held in this country.
The railroads have practically made a
rate of one fare for the round trip from
tbe Missouri river, and a rate of a fare
end a third from points west of the
Tbe session of tbe congress will be
held in the grand opera house, Los An
geles, a handsome structure centrally
located on Main street, near Firet.
Headquarters for delegates will be at
tbe Hotel Hollenbeck and Hotel Na
deau, each only one block from tbe
opera house, both commodious and
elegant in their appointments and ser
vice ; also at the St. Elmo, a good family
hotel, only two blocks north of the
Several foreign governments will be
represented by delegates, and the inte
rior department will be represented by
Mr. F. H. Newell, United States topog
Opportunity for investigating some of
the finest irrigation systems in the
world will be afforded delegates to tbis
congress. The Great American desert,
as tbe arid southwest was formerly
known, is being rapidly transiormed
into the richest portion of the American
republic by the judicious combination
of brains, money aud water. What has
been so magnificently done in Southern
California cad be duplicated elsewhere
under similar conditions.
Details of tbe congress can be secured
from 0. D. Willard, secretary, 137 South
Main street, Los Angeles, Cal.
Complete Relief and Quick
By the New Method of Treat
Mr. Walter Greenwood, who live* at 420
South Fremont avenue, is another enthusiait
who cannot speak too highly of the success of
the new method of treatment. He make* the
MK. WALTER 0HK1KW00D.
"I know what It is :o suffer the mlser.es of
catanh. I did for abiut three years. The
least exposure gave me a cold, changing from
heavy to light-weight clothing I would suffer
with a severe cold for weeks. In fact I believe
these frequent colds caused all my trouble.
"I had a watery discharge from the nostrils.
My throat was most always sore. I had a very
severe cough and a constant hawking and
spittm?. llils led to pains in my chest and
over the lungs. My stomach became
affeced, and I could not eat In the morning
"My friends advised me to try Dr. De Monco
and associates. After a tlmo I concluded I
would, so I put myself under their treatment
' Now, after a partial course of their treat
ment, I feel first-clas 8 . I am perfectly satisfied
with the results, and c moot recommend Dr.
De Monco and associates to all sufferers highly
Under the new system patients treating by
mall have the advantaxe of a careful and ao
eiirutedias'iioiis, with watchful attention paid
ti the details of every case, and mediolnei
specially prepared for each individual patient,
with the constant advice of skillful and sua
cessf ul specialists.
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Only S5 a month for Catarrh and
kindled diseases. Medicines* tree.
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Located Permanently In the Newell and
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4. B, Hand 10,
121}c SOUTH BROADWAY,
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the Bar, Eye, Turoat and Lungs, Nervous DU
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"By a thorough knowledge of the natural
laws which govern the operations of digestion
and nutrition, and by a careful application of
tho fine properties of well selected Cocoa, Mr.
Kpps has provided our breakfast tables with a
lelicately flavored beverage which may save na
many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judi
cious ubc of such articles of diet that a constitu
tion may he gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
1rcds of subtle maladies are floating around ua
•< 'u! / to attack wherever there is a weak point.
A'o may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping
ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a
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iette. Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only In half-pound tins, by grocers, labeled
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Hot Ocean Water Baths, - ) EACH
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COUUI EJUS ATTENDANTS.
FtJT~ Flrtt-olass Accommodationsfor Pionlcs,
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Everything for t ouhry keener.'.
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D. G. PECK CO.,
140 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
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FREE FROM ANY TRUST.
Always upon. Telephone OL
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OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN. with Los An
odes Opticiil institute, 125 South Spring
sueet, In Wagner's Klmberly, Los Angeles.
EYES EXAMINED FREE
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Druggist & Chemist,
222 11. Main St, Los Angeles.
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