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CARRIE LOVE HER NAME.
Two' Mysterious Cases of Self- Murder. The Victor Heights Han Died Yes terday. No Clue Found to His Identity—The Woman Who Died la Rosedale Cemetery Is Now Folly Identified. The old Arizona man who took poison on Victor Heights Friday afternoon died yesterday morning. Police Burgeon Bryant and Dr. Weldon were unremit ting in their attentions to him, and min istered to the old man at the receiving hospital throughout the entire nhjht. They had some hopes at one time that their palieqt might recover, and until within five minutes before he expired there was some reason to hope that be might rally, but then a rapid sinking and one or two gasps presaged the end, which came wi:h startling rapidity at 7 o'clock. The railroad ticket from Tucson to San Francisco in the deceased's pocket was signed A. Spanler, but to the drug clerk at the Berlin pharmacy on South Spring street, who sold him the one ounce vial of laudanum, he gave the name of Joseph Wentz, of German na tionality. He said that he resided at Eukert'a hotel, near the Southern Pacific railroad depot, and that he lived at Olive postoffice. This name does not coincide with that on the ticket, which ia written in a cramped hand, A. Spanler. Therefore tbe mystery of the man's identity is not positively settled. Coroner Weldon held an inquest upon the body at the morgue ye'dterday after noon, and the jury found that the deceased bad committed suicide. A paper, picked up by a boy named George Lawson, on Victor Heights, near Pearl street on Friday evening, near the place where shortly before tbe man had been found, was introduced. It was written in a neat German hand and the language, as well as the spelling, shows education. The writing did not in any particular reasonable that on the ticket. The paper looked as if it had been found in the gutter. On it there was the following in pencil: "Everything is vain; nothipg ia com plete in this world! Falsehood and de ceit hold sway in all places; on the mountains alone is there liberty. There only is the world perfect, where man does not intrude with bia tribulations. Oh, nature I how beautiful art thou, though unfortunately so little under stood ; and the few that respect thee are fettered hand and foot. "A Happy Unhappy One." No connection could be establiabed between this paper and the deceased. Although the name of the suicide waa also a matter of conjecture, the jury concluded to let him reat under that of Joseph Wentz. He was buri ed yester day evening by Orr & Sutch. CAUSUD BY DESPONDENCY. The Identity of the Cemetery Suicide Established. The supposition that the unknown woman who suicided in Boaedale ceme tery some days ago might be a Mrs. Chamberlain of Sacramento, proved yesterday to have been erroneous. David W. Thomaa, who was supposed to know Mra. Chamberlain, viewed tbe remains and stated tbat be knew no Mrs. Chamberlain and that he had never eeen the deceased in ber life time. A clue wae obtained later in the day and tbe identity oi tbe euicide will be obtained without further delay. Some two weeks ago a woman dressed in black walked np to expressman F. Dubois, whose stand is at the corner of Main and Fourth streets, requiring him to convey her trunk from a Broadway lodging house to tbe Hotel Fremont on Fifth street. He did so and a few days ater she asked bim if he would not take charge of her trunk for her as she was going to leave the hotel. As a matter of accommodation he agreed to do so and she then borrowed 25 cents of him. On Friday a week ago he saw tbe woman for tbe last time when she asked him for the loan of a dollar and he let her have it. Last Monday when he came to his stand be found pinned to the slate upon which his customers write their orders a letter from this same woman asking bim to remove a valise belonging to ber from 511)6 South Spring street, room 21, and to pay 25 cents for ber night's lodging. She wrote that she would then owe him $1.50 and added that it would be the last favor she should aek. At tbe same time she asked bim to keep the satchel and trunk subject to her order. She concluded by the words: "Many thanks and God blesa you ior your kindly inter vention." Tbe signature was merely "Mra. L." Yesterday morning Mr. Dubois read an account in the Hbbald of the mystery surrounding tbe woman in black's death. He wenttoMcKeraon & Chaae's undertaking parlors, where he posi tively recognized the dead woman as the one whose trunk was in hia poases eion. He made an effort to aecure the valiae of which she bad spoken, but there ia no No. 511>£ on South Spring street, and neither was she known in any of the adjoiniug lodging houaes. At noon yesterday Duboia received a letter from Mrs. £. Howard of No. 818 Buah street, San Franciaco, stating that ahe had received a communication from a lady friend in lob Angelea, who wrote that she owed $2.50 on her trunk and valiae, and that her letter appeared to have been penned while in a very despondent mood. She wanted to know if the person who had committed euicide waa the woman whoae trunk Dubois held. Tbe same lady also telegraphed to Coroner Weldon for a description of the euicide, but made no mention of her friend's name. An anawer was received late last night from San Franciaco saying that the name of tbe dead woman waa Mra. Carrie Love. Tbe reason for ber rash act is now clearly established. It waa caused by despondency because she could not obtain work and was with out money to purchase the necessaries of life. BOGUS COINS. A Factory In Fall BUit ln Thli vi cinity. The detectives of the United States mar shal's office are much exercised over the elusiveneei of a band of counterfeiters which bag been at work for some time past, despite the most strenuous efforts of the federal official to unearth them. A number of people have been im posed upon by having tbe spurious coin passed upon them, and complaints to the official have been numerous. Along the line of tbe Southern California rail road tbe supply of the coins seema to be particularly large, a peculiar fact being that they find their way into circulation all the way from this city to San Juan Capistrano, where they suddenly atop putting in an appearance. The coins are easily detected on in spection, being poor in design and of rough finish, but they ring aa trno and silvery as if made by Uncle Sam him self. STRUCK BY THE CARS. A Very Deaf Old Man Injured at the Ban Fernando-Street Depot. Wm. Rogers, a very old man, 83 years of age, who Uvea with Geo. Foley, his aon-in-law, on Chestnut street, Eaat Los Angelea, waa seriously hurt yeaterday afternoon on San Fernando street, be tween the viaduct and the freight depot of the Southern Pacific company. Being very deaf the old man failed to hear warning shouts while he was cross ing one of the many tracks. Upon one of these an engine waa backing a num ber of freight cars, and the foremost one struck and knocked him down. He waa considerably hurt in the back, head and arm. The patrol wagon brought him to the receiving hospital, where bia hurts were dreeeed. In the evening Mr.. Foley came to the police office and had the old man re moved to his residence. SAN GABRIEL WATER. THE AZTJSA WATER COMPANY'S CASE AGAINST SNODDY. The Suit Deelded In Favor of the De fendant—The Points of Judge Clark's Decision. In the cases of Tungate vs. Azuea Water, Development and Irrigation com pany, and Snoddy vs. same, Judge Clark yesterday banded down an opinion to the following effect: "These two actions were brought to enjoin the defendant from diverting water flowing in the San Gabriel river. The complaints were filed in August, 1888. Trial waa bad in the early part of September, 1889, and the cause whb sub mitted on briefs to be filed. Defend ant's brief waa served in January, but plaintiff has served and filed no brief. "I have nevertheless examined care fully the three hundred and forty odd pages of testimony that have been tran scribed. While I am of opinion that the evidence shows that plaintiffs have some right in the water flowing in said river, yet before a decree of perpetual injunction can be entered the nature and extent of such a right must be clearly established by the evidence. "The evidence is too vague and un certain in itß character to support a finding that plaintiffs are the owners or entitled to the flow of any definite or certain quantity of water, or that de-* fendant has diverted or threatens to di vert any water belonging to plaintiff. Decree accordingly." • ■ HIS FAITH IN LOS ANGELES. The Kel lane 8 H. J. Woollaeott Has In Property In the Angel City. No busiuesß man in Loa Angelea baa a keener eye for hia own intereata than Mr. H. J. Woollacott, the well-known wine and liquor merchant. Thia gentle man owns property in almost every taction of the southern metropolis, and yesterday increased the already large amount of real estate now owned by him in this city. He has purchased from Captain John Haley the beauti fully located lot on the southeast corner of Hope and Tenth streets for $7200. The dimensions of the lot are 120x165. This location ia considered second to none as the choiceat spot in Loa Angelea for residence property. Mr. Woollacott has also lately pur chased from George W. Durfee the fine lot 100x165 on the southwest corner of Tenth street and Grand avenue, toe con sideration being $10,000. Both of these properties are choicely located, thiß sec tion rapidly advancing aa a residence part of the city. Mr. Woollacott is one of the beet posted men in Los Angeles regarding real estate, and is looked upon as an expert in that line. He haa surely shown excellent judgment in the two above transactions, for it ia safe to Bay that the price he has paid will gradually advance aa to the value in these lota. Mr. Woollacott is an enterprising citizen, and has shown himaelf to have great faith in Los Ange les, for he is steadily adding additional real eatate to hia tax list, and in conse quence is numbered aa one of our capi talists who has push and energy. MRS. MESNAGER'S DEATH. Her Hnsband Finds Her Body la Her Room. Mra. Concepcion Meanager, wife of George L. Mesnager, the well-known wholesale liquor dealer of Lob Angelea street, was found dead yesterday morn ing. Her husband bad retired for the night in one room, while Mra. Mesnager and the children were in another. At 1 in the morning he heard the litHe ones cr/, and while investigating tbe cause found bis wife Bitting on tbe side of the bed, apparently in a faint. Upon attempting to lay ber down he discovered tbat she was cold, and fear ing the worst called in the neighbors and Dr. Chamley. The latter pronounced her dead, and said that the sad occur rence dated back at least an hour. Dr.Bryant made a poat-mortem exam ination, which ahowed tbat fatty degen eration of the heart was the cause of death. A coroner's jury, summoned by Coroner Weldon, found that Mrs. Mes nager had succumbed to natural cauaes. Bleep on Left Side. * Many persons are unable to sleep on their left side. The cause has long been a pussle to physicians. Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr. Franklin Miles, the eml nant Indiana specialist ln nervous and heart diseases, who has proven that this habit arises from a diseased heart. He has examined and kept on record thousands ot cases. His New Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy, is sold at 0. H. Hance's. Thousands testify to its value as a cure for Heart Diseases. Mrs. Chas. Benoy, Lovelaud. Col., says its effects on her were marvelous. Elegant book on Heart Disease free. Deng Lee's Oloslng-Ont Sals. All kinds of silk and crepe silk dress patterns, dressing gowns, shawls, table covers, fancy screens. Chinese and Japanese curiosities, etc.; also gentlemen's furnishing goods and ladles' underwear. 505 North Main street, opposite postoffice, Station 0. New Process Gas Stoves, With atmospheric burners, on exhibition at F X. Browne's, 814 South Spring street. A three months' gas bill for one family's cooking, $4, THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 189£. The Santa Monica Wharf to Be Built. Santa Fe's Announcement for Santa Monica Freight. Eighteen Months' Work to Be Done on the Coast Line—Mr. Hynes's Circular — Railroad Notes. The Santa Monicans and the public generally may rest easy as far aa the gossip about the non-building of the big wharf at Santa Monica canon by tbe Southern Pacific company is concerned. The Herald was informed yesterday, from an official source, that tbe wharf will be built at the site originally se lected, and work will be commenced at a very early date. AT WORK AT TRIE GAP. Mr. A. J. Nichols, while making the trip over the San Luis mountains on hia late visit to Santa Cruz, paid particular attention to the work being done prepa ratory to tunneling the mountain, says the Lompoc Record. Mr. Nichols aaya that there ia a vaat amount of work al ready done, and an infinite amount still to do before tunnel work can properly begin. Everything ia being shaped and prepared for effective work at the earlieat practical moment. Thia road cannot be constructed in a day, but it ia within the range of possibility and probability to have it fully constructed within the next eighteen montha, and thia is the utmost limit of time given by tbe people of San Luis Obispo. We get impatient because things don't move aa rapidly aa we desire they ahould, when progress is being made as rapidly aa poaaible in this in stance. GREAT FRUIT FIGHT. San Francisco, June 11.—-The first fast exclusively freight train out of this state left Sacramento at 9 o'clock laat evening. It ia to make the run over the Central Pacific to Ogden in forty-four hours. On these dtily trains green fruit will be given the preference, witb vegetables aa aecond choice. Tbe object in putting on the traina ia primarily to afford an improved service at freight train rates on green fruit. No additional charge is made for their service, the charge being only $1.25 per 100 pounds, carload lots, while on the passenger train aervice the rate ia $2.25. The time to be made ia faater than waa accomplished on the regular passenger traina two or three years ago. The Union Pacific proposes seconding the efforts of the Central Pa cific, and will run their train through from Ogden to Chicago in eighty hours, so that the freight will be delivered at tHe Lakeside city on the morning of the fifth day in time for the fruit and vege table auctions. SANTA PE AT SANTA MONICA. General Freight Agent Hynea of the Southern California company yeaterday iasued the following circular: South Santa Monica and Santa Mon ica are established as freight stations. An agent having been appointed, freight destined to the ac points will not require prepayment of freight charges except aa required by the classification or rules. Effective June 13,1892. Mr. Hynes aleo issued freight tariffs covering shipments between Loa Angelea and Santa Monica, and Redondo and Santa Monica. The passenger ratea will be tbe same aa charged by tbe Southern Pacific. Superintendent Beamer, *A. P. Mc- Ginnia, Trainmaster Hibbard, James Campbell, Chief Engineer Perria of the Southern California railroad made a tour of inspection over the new line yea terdav, when it was decided to run the first train tomorrow morning, when the new time card takea effect. NOTES. The Southern Pacific haa juat placed an order with the Pullman Car company fur twelve new passenger cara. These cara will be tbe finest that the company ever turned out. The coaches will be of the vestibule style, with two drawing rooms in each, lighted by gas and witb all the comforts known to modern car architecture. These are to be used ex clusively on tbe Southern Pacific system and will be the property of the company instead of tbe Pullman corporation. Third Vice-Preßident Stubba of the Southern Pacific returned on Thursday from Chicago, where be haa been at tending a meeting of tbe Transconti nental association. Tbe dining car and sleepers to be used by tbe California delegation to the Chi cago convention will arrive at the Oak land mole Monday. Agent Hitchcock of the Union Pacific will take charge of the train on its arrival and prepare for the comfort of the delegates. Tbe Canadian Pacific ia arranging for a big excursion from Pacific coast points over the great overland of Canada. The dates have not been decided upon yet. The intention is to make the excursion a rousing aucceaa. SILVERWARE CAPTURED. Three lien Arrested While Trying to Bell It to m Pawnbroker. Three tough-looking young men were arrested yeaterday by the police on the charge of having in their possession property presumed to have been stolen. It consists of two seta of old-style carv ing knives and forks and of a large num ber of solid silver tea and mustard spoons. A Valuable gold wedding ring with a date engraved on the inner rim was part of the plunder. The men gave the names of John Burke, John Ryan and Henry Martin. Two of them were spotted by Officer Conley while trying to dispose of the silverware to a North Main street pawn broker, and gathered in. The third one, who belongs to the same gang, was found in a Sonoratown lodging house by Detectives Auble and Jienaon. THE FINANCE COMMITTEE. Tho Report Adopted at tha Meeting Yesterday. The finance committee yesterday filed the report to be acted upon tomorrow by tbe city council. They recommend that the report of the city auditor on the col lection of the taxes for the fiscal year 1891-92, in which he statea tbat the amount reported collected by the tax collector haa been duly deposited in the city treasury, be filed; alao that tbe report ol the same officer on the condi SOME RAILROAD NOTES. tion of the funds for week ending June 4,1802, be filed. That petition No. 370, from Max Harris, be referred to the city assessor. In tho matter of petition No. 871, from C. Catea et al., they recommend tbat the amount paid by F. Chinoworth, aa incidental expehees in the matter of improving Boston atreet, be returned to said petitioner upon the presentation of proper demand. In the matter of petition No. 362, from J. M. Baaaett, executor, in which the petitioner aake that a certain tax sale be cleared off the books, they recommend that petitioner be allowed to redeem aaid sale on terms suggested by the city assessor to thia committee, towit: That petitioner pay an amount to the city that would be equivalent to a tax upon $2000. together with the penalties, that being the mortgage which existed upon tbe property at that time. Recommendations are further made that petition No. 305, from R. C. Lunt, be filed and that $2000 insurance on tbe city hall be placed in the Royal Ex change Aseurance company, George Brad beer, agent. An Inquest on an Infant. A aix-months-old baby named Mar garita Lopez, whose parenta reside at 417 Bellevue avenue, died yeaterday un der circumstancea which necessitated an investigation. At tbe request of the parents Coroner Weldon will hold an inquest tomorrow on the tiny rem tina and the reault may possibly cauae a sensation and occaaion an arreet. WOODWARD'S AIR LINE. A VENTURA BALLOONIST TO CBOSS THE CONTINENT. Ban Diego Gas to Furnish the Buoyancy. The Would-Be Traveler Expects to Start on Tuesday. Robert J. Woodward, the Ventura county man who wants to cross the American continent in a balloon, aa briefly stated yesterday, waa aeen again thia morning by a San Diegan represen tative, say a that paper of Friday. Wood ward was at work putting in the laat stitches in the canvaa with which he haa aurrounded the scaffolding. "Thia ia done," aaid he, "in order that the wind will not toaa the balloon about when I begin to inflate it. The balloon ia a fine new one, and tbe silk, although atrong, muat be looked after carefully." The box containing the balloon was lying on the Bide walk, having just been brought up from tbe depot. The box is not large, being about four feet in height and some three and a half feet in width. It ia addressed to "Robert J. Woodward, San Diego, Calif.," and just below tbe address ia written, "From the balloon farm' of Carl E. Meyers, Frankfort, N. Y." In the rear of Mag wood's second hand store are the two great wings, or oars as Woodward calls them, with which he is going to steer the balloon. They are made of bamboo, and are cov ered witb canvas. Both oars are exact ly alike and each one contains about 38 or 40 square feet of canvas. They are very light. The knack of handling these oars ia what Woodward laigely depends upon in making a successful voyage. Said be: "I know just bow to handle theae oare. lam an expert oarsman upon the water, and I have made a thorough test of this invention of mine. The handle of the oar will be attached to the car in about the same manner as a common oar is upon a boat. It is a difficult mat ter to prevent a balloon from wabbling in the air, but witb these wings I can do it. Ido not know how long it will take me to make the trip, neither do I care. At thia season of the year the prevailing winds are from the west all over the country. lam going up to Signal Offi cer Hearne's office this afternoon and get some pointers from him as to the local currents. Just before I start, Mon day or Tuesday of next week, I will tele graph all over the country to learn the direction of the wind. I will only take provisions enough to last me two or three daya. I will alao carry a ther mometer, barometer, compaaa and watch. I have been a miner in Colo rado and worked a mine at an eleva tion of 1300 feet, and know what it ia to endure hardship. I traveled 000 miles in the dead of winter in Colo rado before that country waa set tled and think I know how to take care of myself. I have lived in California for the past four yeara and have a wife, but no children. If I reach the Atlantic coast safely I will cross tbe ocean. Tbia ia not a money-making echeme of mine, neither do I seek noto riety. If successful, tbe trip may be the meana of my making money. I have studied over the trip for ten years past and now lam going. I can't tell you the exact moment I will start. I don't know myself. It will be early in tbe day when I do get away, in order to have the advantage of the sea breeze." Woodward waa born in the atate of New Yprk. He does not know hia exact age, but is probably a trifle over 40. He is of nervous temperament, with pierc ing blue eyes. He is of medium stature, and dresses in neat, but plain clothing. He is not a heavy man, but is wiry and muscular. Hia manner of addreaa ia pleasing, but his speech quick and in dicative of firmneaa of character. He haa all the characteristics of a frontiers man, and the education of an average man of that etamp. When asked if hia life waa insured he laughed and aaid: "No; tbey wouldn't insure it. I scarcely think it necessary, however." Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were leaned yesterday: Herbert E. Oarae, a native of Kansas, aged 20, a resident of Arteaia, and Lotta M. Stanley, a native of Massachusetts, aged 18, a resident of Norwalk. Frank Estman, a native of Wisconsin, aged 37, and Mary E. Smith, a native of Kentucky, aged 23. Both reside at Los Angeles. Falling Hair Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy a bottle of skookum root hair grower than a wig; beaidea, wearing your own hair is more convenient. All druggists. The Only John la. Will find on the night of September 7th he will need something to keep him awake. Arbuckle's coffee is iußt the thing, and until after thßtdate the Pacific Tea company, 103 South Main street, will sell it for twenty-five cents a pound. Westminster Stables. Livery, boarding and sale stables, 110 and 112 East Fourth street. First-class single or double rigs and saddle horses. Special atten tion given to boarders. Rates reasonable. PETER HAACK, Proprietor. Drink John Wleland's Beer. Unsurpassed for quality and taste. %r I*,' V, A JEWEL 0F A GIRL C** It is just possible that yon were too bu9y iarias( tne holidays to think about jewelry. If tbat was the case, we can >*_r cU \ VvT * ive you 0 niat that will be of " ej, vice to Br-- " : /?xSA y<m * Man y of tne 'iaintiest little gems - \'" included in our holiday display were ffl ' ' •-Icy' iW '1 ' « virtually lost sight of in the bustle and f • H confusion of the festive days, and yon J , V- r\J/,(fx- ~ I will make no mistake if you come and I \ look at them now that you have a little 1. - / ! leisure oh your hands. "There isn't much r» / ' - ' *#j in this world that has the least chance m P ■ ' 4 ffl oi pleaains! you if you don't acknowl - L' %gSm. \f// edge that you never saw anything hand x VJX Vyry - comer than our fine diamonds and other * t_'V>?Vl- precious gems and jewelry. " WAGNER'S JEWELRY, " * 125 8011 th Spring Street. DR - LIEBIG CO., The only surgeons in T,<>s Anfjclcs performing tholatestoperations n aired iadical cure X_u l l l l JH!t' „ ' „lili lu,a and 'Rectal diseases, Kve.' Ktir. Nose, »"Gc\\v fllroat and Lungs, diseases of the f)lcostive Or - a"*> B and diseases ol women uv.d children. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DEFORMITIES. Appliances for Ruoturc, Curvuture of the l Spine, Club Foot, ami ail deformities, uianu ■ •*«93i^^^to»^*B-" p factured by our own instrument maker. ||f»\T Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness, Losi of Power, Oleet, lonorrhcea, Syphilis, An \ j hi Spermatorrhea and all unnatural discharges of either i>ex. IVI I IM Confidential book and bottle of 3ermau Invlgorat >r sent free to prove its 111 Lw 11 merit; sure cure for special private and nervous troubles. HoUES-9a m t04:30.| Address T\n I irnift V pn ia3 STOIH MAIN ST., Sunday, 10 to 12. j rln confidence) UK. LIUDIu tt UU , LOS ANGBLKS. 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WARREN, Formerly Principal for three years of Monterey public schools, and for seven years principal of Wilmington, Los Angeles Co., public schools. WEBB'S H JSMONY~is a Purely Vege table Compound. $1.00 per bottle. 0. bottles for $5.00. NO MORE STRAIGHT BANGS. Hawley Curliue will cause the hair, no matter how obstinate, to remain In cnrl one week, defying Perspiration, Hnmid Atmos pdeie, etc. Ladies, ask your druggist for it. For sale by all Retail and Wholesale drug gists in San Francisco and Eastern cities. 0-8 sulm Baker Iron Works 850 to 900 BUKNA VISTA BT, LOS ANQELCB, OAL., Adjoining the Southern Pacific around*. Telt Phone IM, 7-tl tl SANTA MONICA ANNOUNCEMENTS. SANTA M O NIC A COMMERCIAL CO. HAVE 100 LOTS Immediately on tbe truck of the Santa Fe, at their depot in South Santa Monica, COO feet from the ocean, for Bale at very low prices. prices and terms sea W. S. VAWTER AT THE PO3TOFFICK. W. B. Vawter, Pres. L. R. Vincent, Vico-Pres. E. J. Vawter, Cashier. First National Bank of Santa Monica DIRECTORS—W. 8. Vawter, H. C. Bagg. Sr, Nathan Bundy. W. D. Vawter, Geo. H. Bone brake, 8. J. Vawter, L. K. Vincent. CAPITAL, fully paid 850,000 SURPLUS, etc 45,000 Correspondents: Crocker-Woodwonh Nation al bank of iran Francisco, Western National bank of New York, Los Angeles National bank of Los Angeles. JOHN % B. :|: FOLSOM, THIRD STREET, Opposite Bank Building, Santa Monica. Dry Goods, Clothing, Mi and Shoes And. FURNISHING GOODS. sTsVCheapest place in t wn to buy or cash. Laaies' fine shoes a specially. Everything at bed-iock prices. —:■ SANTA MONICAir- LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, OPP. THE 8. P. DEPOT. CflT*Elegant turnouts and gentle saddle hoises. Parties driven to all points oi interest by careful drivers. H. C. BEVILLE, - Propr. ECKERT & HOPF, The PAVILION FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY. BEST MEALS AT ALL HOURS. O. Q. TULLIS, JEWELER : AND : OPTICIAN Fine Goods ar>d Low Prices. Glasses correctly fitted to the eyes OUtt SPKCIALTV. SANTA MONICA LUMBER AND MILL CO. Have yard and mills at Santa Monica. Lum ber sold at Los Angeles prices. UNION LIVERY STABLE JOB. R. LA BERGE, Proprietor. Second street, just back of tbe Old Santa Mon ica hotel site. £mf~ !■ orsos boarded by the day, week or month at reasonable rates. MEAT MARKETfc- E. D. SUITS, Dealer in Beef, Pork, Mutton, Corned and Smoked Meats etc. Poultry dressed to order. All kinds o Sausages. Meats delivered free of charge. Cash paid for pelts, hides, poultry and eggs. Cold Storage. SANTA MONICA, CAL. +-EMPI R E-if- LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, Utah Avenue, near Third Street. Btylish Rigs and Saddle Horses at all hours. Careful drivers furnished to driving parties CARRILLO A SONS, Proprietors. CHAFFEY & ROGERS, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, Bank Block, Third Street. GEORGE W. ZACHARIAS, Civil Engineer and Surveyor Residence, Fifth Street, between Arizona and Orego < Avenues. -JiORAV &. SONS.k —Dealers in— COAL, WOOD, FEED AND HAY Third Street, next to Red Store. WHEN YOU VISIT SANTA MONICA DE llght the little ones by giving them a ride on tho steam merry-go-round, situated on the Arcadia grounds. 3