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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY
PASADENA PARAGRAPHS.
THE STREET SWITCHING MATTER
ROM H ING OP AGAIN.
A Complaint About Wretched Street
Sprinkling;— Arrival of Iron for
the Mt. Wilson
Railroad.
Pasadena. Sept. 5. —It seems that the
Btreet switching matter is not yet laid
by, and when the ordinance prohibit
ing all switching on Colorado street
comes up before the council, at the
next meeting, there will be strong pro
tests. The ordinance in question affects
the Santa Fe company at its Colorado
street crossing, as it has two switches
at this point, on the property of the
railroad; the other belongs to Mr. Pin
ney, hay, coal and grain dealer. Mr.
Pinney claims that his sidetrack was
laid in good faith, no objection being
made by the city, and that the ordi
nance as read will work great injury to
his business. The attitude of the com
pany is that, under its franchise, the
city has no right to pass an ordinance
prohibiting the road from using its
tracks for all purposes.
Many and loud are the complaints of
the unbearable dusty condition of many
of our principal streets, only a few
blocks from the center of town, and, as
for the smaller and more remote ones,
the less Baid the better. On many of
them such a thing as a street-sprinkler
was never heard of. Now, as to who is
to blame for this state of affairs. The
Herald reporter recently interviewed a
prominent water company man on the
subject, and he stated that at no time
had the supply of water for furnishing
sprinkling carte been limited, and there
was a great plenty 'or all legitimate
purposes. According to this statement
it would seem that the blame lies with
the city officials in not furnishing ade
quate means for its distribution.
Rev. Geo. M. Savory, who has b9en
a Congregational minister for the past
eight years, but recently resigned bis
charge, as he could not make his views
coincide with those of his church,
spoke yesterday morning in the Opera
house hall, this being the first of a
series of lectures to be given Sunday
mornings at 11 o'clock in this place.
His subject was: A New Orthodoxy
That Ingersoll Dare Not Attack, or How
Much of the Bible Is a Parable? The
Bpeaker held that the present material
manner in which the Bible is expound
ed, has led the Christian church into
many bypaths and foreign ways, and
has greatly hindered her usefulness.
The subject next Sundsv will be The
New TJnitarianism and New Trinitarian
ism One.
The first carload of iron for the Mt.
Wilson railroad has arrived and will be
immediately delivered on the ground.
Today being a holiday, there was no
meeting of the council.
The annual meeting of the Pickwick
club will be held tomorrow evening,
when elections of officers will take
place.
The Republican delegates held a meet
ing this evening in Captain Simpson's
office.
Mr. Wallace Johnson and son, Ray
Johnson, left on today's overland for
Hubell, Neb. They go east for the pur
pose of disposing of their bueiness.
The Terminal company has begun
active operations on its new station.
When completed, this will be one of the
finest on the road.
The Stanford students left on this
morning's train for Redondo,where they
took the steamer for San Francisco. The
party was composed of the Misses Moody,
Nash, Schapbach, Bishop and Weeb, and
Messrs. Fife, Hill, Thomas and Duirell.
There was a large crowd of friends at the
station to see them off.
REDLANDS.
Local Happenings at the Infant Wonder
City.
Redlands, Cal., Sept. s.—John P.
Fisk, jr., is in Los Angeles for this week
on business.
Hon. James F. Drake returned last
night night from Los Angeles, and the
local Democracy again feels a calm and
serene security in the inspiriting pres
ence of their leader.
Mr. David Chambers, Mrs. Burr, and
MiBS Cherry, with a lady from Colton,
have gone to Bear valley on a camping
trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Byrne, Mrs. J. W.
Westbrook, Miss Roggencamp, Mr. J.
A. Doyle, and others went to Coronado
today "for a three weekß' Btay.
The hook-and-ladder squad was elected
at the firemen's meeting last Friday
night, and will drill tonight for the first
time. A firemen's fund has been started,
headed by a generous contribution from
C. F. Munson, the contractor.
So far today the Republican primaries
have been very quiet. Not a ripple re
mains on the calm surface of the polit
ical sea of the storm that churned the
troubled waters last Thursday night.
The weather signals since the Ist have
been regularly hoisted from the Wind
sor, and regularly record clear weather,
stationary temperature. Everything
looks auspicious for the raisin crop.
The last of the union services was
held last night at the Methodist church.
Rev. Mr. Rumsey, of the Baptist church,
preached the sermon, and the church
was full to overflowing, as has been the
case at all of the meetings. Rev. Mr.
Cory, of the Methodist, and Rev. Mr.
Stewart, of the Presbyterian church, all
of this city, helped to lead the wor
ship.
The Republican excursion from here
Saturday night was another illustration
of the hearty vigor with which Red
lands takes hold of any proposition.
The torchlight procession "and music of
the Redlands band were more than con
spicuous in the exercises.
Sleep on l.elt Mde. '
Many persons are unable to sleep on their
leltside. The cause has long been a puzzle to
physicians. Metropolitan papers speak with
great interest of Dr. Franklin Miles, the emi
nant Indiana specialist in nervous and heart
diseases, who has proven that this habit arises
from a diseased heart. He has examined and
kept on record thousands o! caseß. His New
Heart Cure, a wonderful remedy, is sold at C.
H. Hance's. Thousands testify to its value as a
cure for Heart Diseases. Mrs. Cha?. Bonoy,
Loveland, Col., says its effects on her were
marvelous. Elegant book on Heart Disease
free.
William Slaney,
Having opened his new store at 244 South
Spring street, with an entire new line of boots
aud shoes, would be vlad to meet his old
friends and patrons, ai d many new ones. His
stock embraces the best goods in the city, and
at the most reasonable prices.
J, V, Tag;gart & Co.,
Wholesale and retail liquor dealers, have re
ceived a lull supply of Old Taylor Whisky.
115 South Spring street, next to Nadeau hotel.
John Wieland beer fresh on draught, 5 cents a
glass.
LONG BEACH.
The Baseball Game Postponed — Local
Long Beach, Sept. s.—The baseball
game between the Long Beacb and Wil
mington clubs announced for yesterday,
was postponed. The local team pre
ferred witnessing the balloon ascension
to uncertain glory on the diamond. The
Wilmington men now say that the
game will have to be played on their
grounds. Yesterday the University and
East Side clubs were down trying to
arrange for a game with Long Beach.
The ehooting gallery was taken down
today. The baby gallery was also packed
away.
Miss Charlotte Bugbee returned this
morning, and is staying with her par
ents, at the Bay View house.
Miss Amy Sullivan went to Astbury,
today, and is the guest of Mrs. Stephens.
J.D. De Frees returned to Los An
geles, this morning.
Mrs. Henry Fleishman went to Los
Angeles, today, to superintend having
herresidence prepared for her return,this
month.
George P. Taylor returned to Los An
geles, today.
E. W. Wriglft. of Riverside, who is at
the Seaside inn, has a fine greyhound
with him.
It is with sincere pleasure that tne
Herald notes that the flag was flying
today.
W. S. Kingsbury went to Catalina
ieland with Captain Healey last night.
They are going to survey a mountain
road from Avalon to the isthmus, and
will be gone about one month.
Mrs. George P. Taylor went to Los An
geles for the day.
J. J. and Paul Martin went to Los An
geles on the afternoon train.
Mrs. Healy went to Los Angeles to
day.
F. H. Cuthbert returned to Los An
geles this morning.
John Roberts and Z. Decker, the two
delegates from thie place, went to Los
Angeles today to make arrangements for
attending the Republican county con
vention.
Samuel S. Burgy and family, of Ri
vera, are here and will remain several
weeks.
Mrß. G. S. Ingersoll,of San Francisco,
who has been at her father's, Captain
Healey, for the past few weeks, returned
home thiß morning.
Mrs. Mary E. Hart, of Los Angeles,
secretary of the Southern Science asso
ciation, paid a visit to her old home
here yesterday.
There will be a gathering of the lovers
of mvsic at the musicale to be given at
the residence of Mrs. Dr. Cuthbert, by
Mrs. N. B. Guasti, of Los Angeles,
Thursday evening next.
George C. Flint, the local Republican
politician, was the recipient today of a
letter from Kenyon Cox. The letter
stated that the papers differed as to the
number of votes received by each of the
four candidates at the Long Beach Re
publican primaries last week, and asked.
Mr. Flint to send the correct list. With
out hesitation Mr. Flint sought the
Hebald of September 3, and mailed Mr.
Cox the correct number of votes re
ceived by each candidate, as was given
in this paper on that date.
Long Beach Business Directory.
HOLMAN, THE DRUGGIST, carries the larg
est stock of drugs and stationery, poriumery,
aud makes perscrlptions his specialty. Long
Beach, Cal.
WET BATHS a specialty at Alex's bath house.
HARDWARE AND SPORTING GOODS—L. A.
Bailey, corner Third and Pine streets.
FETTERMAN HOUSE, Pine street near First.
Nicely furnished rooms with board; rates, $1.25
per day. Mrs. I. L. Fet.erman, proprietress.
J. W. WOOD, M. D., office over Holman's
drug store.
THE SEASIDE INN, Loug Beach, Cal., select
family hotel; all new and modern appoint
ments; exceptional beach for bathing; also
pleasure driving; table first-class; rates reason
able.
THE ALAMITOS LAND COMPANY is offer
ing lots and acres in choice locations at reas
onable prices and upon easy terms.
UNION MEAT MARKET, corner Pine and
iecond streets. A first-class establishment. F.
L Dames, proprietor. Cold storage.
SPEARS & EVEY, livery and boarding stable,
Oi can avenue and Pine street.
W. W. LOWE—Real estate, insurance and no
arv public.

POMONA.
Fomona People ln This City—Normal
School Girls.
Pomona, Sept. 5. —There was a large
exodus of Pomona people to Los Angeles
today, consisting of the following: Dr.
P. Howe, Mrs. Chas. Seam, Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Armstrong, A. B. Caldwell,
Prof. Molvneaux, R. H. Weiler, John
Hutchinson, F. M. Parker, E. B. Smith,
George Rhoner, Allen P. Nichols.
Miss Flood and Miss Louisa Vloster
left on this morning's train to again re
sume studies at the normal school in
Los Angeles. Miss Vloster completes
her course this year.
Miss Eva Barnes is a young lady who
will enter the normal school, leaving
this morning to be in readiness for the
opening term.
Miss May Holladay received as a birth
day gift from her father and mother, to
day, the piece of property, and build
ings thereon, on Main street, opposite
the express office.
The following Republicans were seen
to board the afternoon Los Angeles
train: H. Bingham, A. Osgoodby,
Charles French, Howard A. Broughton,
and last but not least, Henry B, Wester
man, a promising young Democrat.
Mr. Parkhurst of Los Angeles spent
the day in Pomona.
Pomond Hriefs.
IF YOTJ are contemplating getting a nice car
riage, park wagon, pnaeton or buggy, call at
Phil Stein's. He buys directly from the fac
tory and undersells all competitors.
KBLLKtt'S HOTEL, Thomas street, Pomona,
Cal., centrally located, two blocks from depot;
rooms neat and clean and Sited up in good
style; the best family hotel in the city; meals,
25c. Morris Keller, proprietor.
BROWNE & CO., the popular druggists.
Purity of everything guaranteed. Prescriptions
accurately compounded. Cor. 2d and Thomas.
ALL FINE PIPE TOBACCOS at Padgham's,
INSURANCE THAT INSURES—Fire, life and
accident insurance. Drifflll & Lewis, agents.
THE POSTAL TELEGRAPH Follcits your pat
ronage. Luella Mullaly, manager.
FOR SALE—Simmons' large size refrigerator,
cheap. B. B. Nesbit, Pomona.
BARGAINS—The best furniture business ln
the city. Lease and fixtures of a rest mrant.
Twenty acres set to pears, figs and prunes for
$1500. Improved orange ranches. Overton &
Flrey, First National bank block.
ALDEN & MERRILL, fine shoes, white front.
POMONA NURSERY, Howland Bros., props.
Citrus and deciduous trees. Olives a specialty.
Office, First National Bank block.
E. E. SWEET, only exclusive job printer in
city. Second street, near Gordon.
J. C. ASTON, undertaker and embalmer. The
only house in city carrying first-class goods from
which to select. Main street, north of railroad.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, O.
Seaver, president; Stoddard Jess, cashier. Capi
tal paid up, $100,000; a general banking busi
ness transacted.
C. C. ZILLES & CO., manufacturing jewelers,
McComas block.
OLD PAPERS for sale at The Herald office.
V. DEBRUNNER, proprietor City Grocery; es
tablished in Pomona, March, 1883; Second near
Main street.
I advertise in the columns of The Herald,
LOS ANGELES HERALD TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1892.
NEWS FROM SANTA ANA.
A TERRIBLE DUEL FOUGHT TO THE
DEATH.
Rnis and Molina, Two Mexicans, Hjave a
Battle—ltuls Kiil.il aud Molina
Mortally Wounded — Santa
Ana Brevities.
Santa Ana, Sept. s.—Santa Ana has
always enjoyed the reputation of being
one of the most peaceable and law
abiding cities i.n the state, but if the
present record is maintained long, she
will soon lose that good name.
Yesterday about noon several pistol
shots were heard, and the news soon
spread that a terrible shooting scrape
had occurred between two Mexicans, at
the Ruiß dwelling, on Third street, near
the center of the business part of the
city. A Herald representative was
early upon the scene of the duel—for
duel it proved to be, and found that
Juan Ruis had been stabbed to death by
Jesus Molina, and that Molina had been
mortally wounded by Ruis, having been
shot in the shoulder and in the fleshy
part of the leg.
It seems that for some time Ruis has
been jealous of tbe attention paid to Mo
lina by his wife, and that he has often
objected to Molina visiting his house.
His feeling of jealousy had increased to
a bitter hatred lately, and whether or
not he had any good reason for being
jealous could not be ascertained.
Yesterday, at about noon, Molina
again visited the Ruis home,and trouble
.followed. Molina was ordered out of the
room by Ruis, and, failing to go, a fight
commenced. The fighting men crowded
each other out of the house, and under
a pepper tree they fought to the bitter
end, Ruis using a pistol and Molina a
huge dirk knife. The battle did not last
long, for Ruis finally fell, literally hacked
to pieces. He did not give up, however,
until he had emptied his revolver, two
shots taking effect upon Molina, and in
flicting probably fatal wounds.
When reached, Ruis was dead, and
his remains were carried into the front
room or parlor of the little cottage, and
laid upon the floor.
Molina was taken to the Lacy house,
and his wounds attended to, but the
bullet in the shoulder had taken a
downward course and could not be
found. He was afterwards conveyed to
the jail,.where he now lies; and al
though he is able to talk, and seems to
be quite strong, but little hope is enter
tained of his recovery.
He says that Ruis commenced tbe
fight, and that he killed bim to save his
own life.
Ruis was a married man, and his wife
is nearly frantic with grief. He also
leaves a little child.
The remains of the murdered man are
lying in Smith & Sons' undertaking par
lors, and present a most sickening spec
tacle. The left side of the face and head ■
is cut all to pieces, and he was also
Btabbed several times in the neck and
shoulder.
Ruiß has lived here for a long time,
and was possessed of but few traits of
character that would recommend him as
a good citizen.
Molina has lived here for a year, and
is said to be a sport and a former prize
fighter. He is not all that a good man
should be, either.
Great excitement prevails tonight
among the Mexican population, aud
dozens of them are congregated on our
street corners.
brevities.
The city trustees meet tonight.
The board of supervisors will be in
session several days this week.
The Prohibitionists of Orange county
propose to place in the field a full county
ticket th c campaign, and will hold a
convention Saturday.
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express office is
to be moved into the Commercial Bank
building, on Main Btreet, in a few days.
There are sixty horses being trained
on the track here.
One hears a great deal of horse talk
on the streets now, as the coming races
are being talked of extensively. The
fair promises to be an unusually success
ful one, and some excellent races will be
seen here.
A lively runaway occurred on Fourth
street, Sunday night, but fortunately no
damage was done.
Rev. A. W. Holt of Pasadena, advo
cated the passage of a Sunday law, in a
sermon delivered to a large audience at
Spurgeon'e opera house, Sunday night.
The banks and county officials ob
served Labor day.
Three hundred pounds of s jielt were
caught off Newport wharf, yesterday
morning.
The board of fair directors met yes
terday afternoon and perfected arrange
ments for the coming fair.
1
Shipping Notes—Local Ait'alrs—Arrivals
at the Hotel.
Rbdondo Beach, Sept. s.—The steam
ship Corona, from the south, reached
her dock at 12:15 p. m. today, and pro
ceeded north at 1:15 p. m., shipping 53
passengers, and a large miscellaneous
freight.
The barkentine North Bend waß held
for orders after her cargo was discharged,
but was enabled to put to sea this morn
ing, her destination being Gray's har
bor.
Judge Ryan was among tbe visitors at
Redondo today.
Large Bized mackerel continue to be
collared on the Redondo wharf.
Arrivals at the Redondo are : Mr. and
Mrs. Sartori, Mrs. Flemming, James B.
Dennis, Mme. De Grote, Joseph A. Ar
beeley, Mrs. Cook, A. H. Wade, Charles
T. Florence, Lob Angeles; Col. W. P.
Craighill, U. S. A.; Colonel Roberts, U.
S. A.; Colonel Homes, TJ. S. A.; Major
Raymond, TJ. 8. A.; Major Hanbury,
TJ. S. A.; George J. Ainsworth, city.
Arrivals at Ocean View house are: J.
Donnelly, Glendora; W. F. Maitland,
Globe, Ariz.; Hon. Early and wife, San
Quentin; Charles Roberts, Azusa; Cle
ment Morley, Trenton, N. J.; S. P. Pat
terson, George P. Roberts. Eureka; M.
C. Givern, Charleston, S. C.; Mra. J. V,
Galevan, Mr. and Mrs. John Frans, San
Bernardino; Miss Rose Kemmerle, Co
lumbus, O.; J. Hansford, Los Angeleß;
W. B. Graves, San Francisco.
Hood's Sarsaparilla absolutely cures whesl
other preparations fail. It possesses medicinal
merit Peculiar to Itself.
Constipation and all t roubles with the' diges
tive organs and the liver, are cured by Hood's
Fills. Unequalled as a dinner pill.
Ice Cream, Soda and Confectionery.
Soda of all flavors. The finest in the city at
Merrlsm & Co.'s, 127 South Spring Btreet.
REDONDO.
CATALINA.
A Marrlag-e at Sea—Enjoyable Social
Happenings.
Avalon, Cal., Sept. 5 —Catalina ie re
ceiving visitors with open arms, and its
many nnd various attractions are in
ducements for people to over-stay their
time.
The many pretty beaches are con
stantly rilled with picnickers, who en
joy rambling and eating their lunches
on the rocks.
The marriage of Mr. Alfred R. Brown
and Miss Bessie Barnes, on the yacht
Nellie, was an interesting event.
The jolly bachelors are said to be run
ning a kindergarten.
The hotel and pavilion will be enli
vened by a new orchestra.
H. W. Watson, of the University bank,
has made hiß headquarters at the jolly
bachelors' camp.
J. F. Thorp is the cheerful night clerk
at the Metropole.
Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Holterhoff and
Miss H. Scbaeffer make a pleasant
camping party.
F. B. Henderson of the Santa Fe,
Miss Jennie Henderson and Mrs. Hen
derson, are enjoying camp life here.
Good voiceß are the rule here, and
serenading is a favorite pastime.
The following entertained their
friends Saturday evening: The Messrs.
Giles Hall, Hahted. H. W. Watson, J.
Fred Blake, Tom Neal, C. W. Gridley,
Elmer Alcorn and Chas. Harg : t. Among
the camps serenaded were: The Reed,
Holterhoff, Ryland, Mattice and Hotel
Metropole. «
The Nellie left for Santa Barbara, last
Saturday noon, with Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Vail, Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Vail, and Mr. and Mrß.
Frank P. Whitnev. The Mieses
Knowles and Misa White accompanied
tbem as far as the isthmus.
Camp '■Bonnes Amies" and Camp
"Easy," where seven pretty girls are
roughing it, are among our liveliest
crowds.
Cameras abound, and some of the
finest scenery in the world is located
here to be photographed.
Excursions to the Whittier cadet
drills are very popular.
Chas. H. Howland is enjoying life
here for a few days.
The fishing trap is being put on trial.
Company C, Whittier cadets, com
manded by Captain Clark, left Whittier
last Wednesday, by special train, for
San Pedro, where they arrived at 2:15
p. m., when they embarked on the
steamer Falcon for Camp Banning, five
miles north of Avalon. They arrived at
6:30 p. m. where they arranged camp
and bad all things in readiness for tbe
other companies (A, B, D and E), who
arrived on the steamer Hermosa, which
arrived at 6:30 p. m. on Friday evening.
Superintendent Lindley was given
three hearty cheers by the members of
Company ~C, when he landed on the
beach.
When the members of the different
companies were all landed, they did
justice to a hearty supper, which was
prepared by Captain Clark.
Dr. Lindley, accompanied by Cadets
Geo. Jackson and Hiram Saunders, took
a trip to Avalon Saturday morning.
Mr. Wm. Volkmoor, blacksmith at
tbe school, is assisting Captain Clark in
commanding Co. C.
The steam launch Linda makes daily
trips to camp Banning, where ebe
always lands a large party of visitors.
Visitors are admitted to camp be
tween the hours ot 4 and 6 p.m.
Capt. Geo. M. Hill, commander of
Co. A, and Mr. Wiggins took a moon
light trip to Avalon Saturday evening.
A large American flag floats freely
over headquarters.
The visitors were highly pleased with
the battalion drill yesterday, which
takes place every afternoon from 4:30
until 5:15 p.m.
A party of excursionists, accompanied
by a brass band, took a trip around the
island yesterday in tbe steam yacht
Hattie. The band played several lively
airs as they were passing the camp,
which was answered by the school
band.
The school band played several nice
pieces after bataliion drill yesterday.
They were roundly applauded by the
spectators.
Cadet Fred Reed was loudly ap
plauded by the visitors when he ren
dered a beautiful baritone solo.
Captain Clark, ably assisted by Ca
dets Bert Starr and Harry Whiting, does
the cooking for Company C.
Bandmaster S. M. Allison, Captain
Baily of Company D, and a number of
boys took a long sail this morning.
Judge Banning, Mr. Gilmour of the
Chronicle and Mr. Hutchinson of the
Examiner were guests at headquarters.

DOWNEY.
The Populists Listen to Mr. Cannon and
Mrs. Dlggs.
Downey, Sept. s.—Yesterday was a
big day for the People's party. About
1000 populists met for the purpose of
starting their campaign. The Compton
band was present and furnished some
good music. Long Beach, Compton and
El Monte were well represented.
Mr. Cannon, their nominee for con
gress was present and gave a talk to the
people. Mrs. Diggs, of Kansas, but sent
out by tbe California association, was
present and gave a talk which seemed to
please the people.
The citizens of Downey and vicinity
have organized together and propose to
clean out the river channel.
Miss M. B. Harris and Miss Haygood
are visiting Mrs. F. A. Ardis and family
this week.
Prof. J. H. Strine, who owns a large
vineyard in Fresno, returned yesterday
to take charge of the school, which
opens Monday. •
Mr. Darby, a prominent property
owner of Long Beach, was in town yes
terday.
Prof. R. M. Mcintosh has a large
singing class with 100 members. Tbey
are highly pleased with him.
W. C. Flemming, who hae been at
tending the Stockton business college,
leturned home today.
Prof. W. B. French returned home to
day from a short visit to Long Beach.
A Broken Beed, indeed.
This, and no mistake, is the individual whose
stamina has waned to such a low ebb, for want
of an efficient lonic, that he would certainly
topple over and fracture Fomething if a bulky
subject such as fat wife, for instance, were to
lean upon him. Build up. ye lean, pithless
and streng'hless with Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters, which will enable you to eat and digest
heartily, and thus acquire flesh and vigor. ;Tho
fortress of life will speedily capitulate to the
grim scythe wielder, death, if you don't. Ner
vousness, sleeplessness, biliousness, constipa
tion, malaria, rheumatic and kidney troubles
are all conquerable by this superb restorative
of health and vigor. In connection with the
use of the Bitters, it would be well for the de
bilitated invalid to study the wants of his en
feebled stomach with a view to the selection
of the most digestible articles of diet.
j^ildreriCr^_for_ntchej^^orl^
E. H. LAMME APPOINTED.
THE UNITED STATES COURT SOW
HAS A CHANCERY MASTER.
Tho Official Announcement of Ills Re
ceiving; the Office— Several Cases
Before the Federal
Tribunals.
Yesterday being a legal holiday, the
county court house was closed. No
courts were in session, and there was
no business transacted in the various
county offices.
The United States circuit and district
courts held sessions, however. The
most interesting business transacted
there was the announcement by Judge'
Ross of the appointment of E. H.
Lamme, one of the leading attorneys of
Los Angeles, as standing master and
examiner in chancery of the circuit
court for the southern district of Califor
nia, to tilt the vacancy caused by the
resignation of C. L. Batcheller, an ac
count of which was given in the Herald
a few days ago. The appointment is
made by Judge J. McKenna, cirouit
judge, and Judge Ross, district judge.
In the circuit court, in the case of the
United States vs. Henry Walters et al.,
the entire fund in the registry of the
court to the credit of tbe cause, amount
ing to $1(1,000, was directed to be paid to
the collector of internal revenue of this
district.
In the case of the county of San Diego
vs. the California National bank, tbe
cause was dismissed, on motion of com
plainant's counsel, against all the de
fendants originally in the pleader, ex
cept tbe California National bank and F.
N. Pauly, receiver.
The case of the county of San Luis
Obispo vs. L Marre has been transferred
to the United States circuit court for
this district. It is a suit to condemn a
right of way for a county road in San
Luis Obispo county.
In the United States district court,
yesterday, forty-six jurois responded,
and twenty-two were selected as term
trial jurors. A venire for thirty addi
tional jurors, to fill the panel, was or
dered by the court, returnable this
morning ot 10:30 o'clock.
Albert S. Reed pleaded not guilty in
the United States district court, yester
day, to the charge of embezzling if 150 of
government funds while he was post
master at Ctrpenteria, and his trial
under tbe indictment was set for October
19th.
An appeal has been taken from Judge
Wade's decision by the bondholders in
the matter of the approval of the con
tract by Receiver Crank for paving the
cable company's part of Figueroa street,
between Pico and Washington streets.
George VV. Beckley and H. C. Beckley
were arraigned in the United States
district court, yesterday, under indict
ments charging them with perjury in an
examination held before Commissioner
Ward, in San Diego. Their trials were
set for September 15th and 16th, re
spectively.
In the case of D. Bruns vs. The Ameri
can brig Tanner, the exceptions to the
libel were argued yesterday and sub
mitted, and two days granted the libel
ant to file points. It is a suit for sea
men's wages.
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I Complying witli general re-|
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% BEECHAM'S PILLS l!
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i States be covered with a |
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J Price 25 ct-nls a Box. %
9 New York Depot Canal Street. JE
Appel's For th...
Creation of a perlect Complexion, The
favorite French Cosmetic.
Appel's Complexion Cream Eradi
cates Wrinkles, and gives to the Skin the
Texture ol youth.
Appel's Skin Bleach, Eradicates all
blemishes, and discolorations of the skin such
as Tan, Sunburn, Freckles, Swarthy and
greasy appearance of the iace.
Appel's Oriental Powder in Flesh,
White, Pink and Cream shades, gives to the
face a beautiful clear and transparent ap
pearance.
Appel's Natural Blush The only Rouge
true to nature, when applied to the face or
lips, cannot be detected, put up in two shades
Light for Blondes, Dark for Brunettes.
The Ap;:! Cojrastlc Co. Bin rrincijco, Cal,
A pamphlet on how to Create a complexion free,
and goods For Bale By
C. F- HEINZEMAN, 222 North Main st.
D. J. M'CARTH V,
Of 150 N. Main st., Los An; eles,
has a resort at
SSCOND AND PINK STREETS, LONG BEACH.
A full line of ('ilifornia wines and brandies.
Wieland's be. r on draught. 9-0 lm
Kerekhoff-Cuzner
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
Main Office: LOS ANGELES.
Wholesale Yard at BAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda,
Azusa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles
and Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
TOMB,
INJECTION TRUE
Onanntee Cure fos Gonorrheas, Chronic Oleot, Rtin
nlngUlcersor Strictures and Leucorrhcea of lung stand
iiiK positively cured from 6to 14 days. Bold liy OniK-
KiHts. Mf'd only by SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
llL«n CO., Los Angeles, cm., 91. ft. A. „
-rice. B>l. fr. O. Box 55.
PERRY MOT T & OO.'S
LUMBER YARDS
(AND HILLS.
No. 310 Commercial Street. ul
Skookum Root
Grows xjjjfei Stops
Bald 5615 Makes
Heads. *|;: —The
Strength. $BsWi'' f r". lossy.
Contains Crows
Lead ■ ftSfotll' ' I Rapidly.
Sulphur. Not
Vegetable /, Wi* |\ Oelicate
Compound. ' /// /'imilSMyP' l lij |
Cools »», If -X IP «™$T
Stops (Trade Mail; Registered.) All
All Srnlp
itching . . . m Humors.
8, HAIR
Scalp. From
Ir- HOWEI jf
Dressing; Substances.
Sold by Druggists, $1; slx,sß. Worth $5 a bottle
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY TUB
Skookum Root Hair Grower Go.
NEW YORK.
DO YOU FEED
THE BABY?
T HE BKIN ALSO
needs food. If your
complexion is sallow,
Wfryffgy rough, scaly, pimply,
cjit ia because you
7*9 >i neglect to feed it
J with LOLA MON
JF CT_ TEZ CREME, posi-
ti'ely the only
s^P BB ' e reliable
* "5 e ' i ' n an< *
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\ "Y&j. ro<v*»'*«*s jScientifically pre
pared and entirely
free from any injurious substance, it
opens tbe pores, increases the natural
and necessary secretions olthe skin, re
storing the flesh to the firm and healthy
state of youth. No matter how bad
your complexion has become, this won
derful skin food will make it beautiful,
a source of pride to yourself and a de
light to all your friends. A trial con
vinces the most ekeptical. No face pow
der should ever be used without first
rubbing a little of the LOLA MONTEZ
CREME into the skin, thus softening
the complexion and preventing the pow
der from clogging the pores of the skin.
Price, 75 cents pot; lasts three months.
Ask your druggist.
Ladies at a distance treated by cor
respondence for all Blemishes or Defects
of Face or Figure.
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON,
(America's Beauty Doctor),
26 Geary Btreet, San Francisco, Cal.
MRS. S. LAWRENCE, Lady Hair
dresser and Manicure, 353 South Spring
street, lady agent for Los Angeles, Cal.
8-13 cod 3m
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IxLLLL I t>'«M*.to-
Drunkenness
Opium Habit
Tobacco Habit
Neurasthenia
CURED
The only branch in Southern
California of the World-renown
ed KEELEY INSTITUTE,
of Dwig-ht, 111., is located at
Riverside.
80,000 TREATED AND CURED
Established Twelve Years
rested by Time No Experiment
Painless Dentistry.
All ° l>erpftin- ' tlonii f
f4s&. BET TEETH, $8.00.
Mattresses and
Prices low for spot cash, or will sell on install,
ments.
451 SOUTH BPKINQ BTHEBT,
Between Fourth and Fifth Streets.
Telephone 984. P. O. box 1921. 7-Sl-tf
ARTURO RUIZ,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
MAIN BT. OPP. ARMORY HALL,
8-21 VENTURA, CAL. 1 mo
JOHN LAGOMARSINO,
DEALER IN
Wines, Liquors,
Cigars, Tobacco.
Best Brands of Beer Always in Stock.
244 MAIN STREET. - - VENTURA, CAL.
8-21 lm
ANACAPA HOTEL,
VENTURA.
Centrally located. First-class accommoda
tions. Sample rooms and good servioe.
Special rates lor families.
8 22-lm R. ONBAL, Prop.
Broker, Commission and Forwarding Mer
chant. Advances made on all kinds ol pro
duce. Agent for tho largest firms ln the
United Btates. including Porier Bros, k 00.,
Dalton Bros , Meinrauth Bros, ol Chicago and
New York and T. Roberts ol Philadelphia. 8-21
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