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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY SANTA ANA NEWS. THB DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN TION NOMINATES A TICKET. Great Enthusiasm Prevailed—The Pro hibition Convention —A Lively Day for Santa Ana. Notes. Santa Ana, Sept. 10.—Today has been a lively one for Santa Ana, for the Dem ocrats and Prohibitionists each held county conventions, and there were sev eral other meetings of importance. The business streets of our pretty little city presented quite a metropolitan appear ance - . I, A The Democratic convention was called to order at 10:30 in Spurgeon'e opera 1 ouse this morning by Dan Baker, chairman of tbe county central commit tee, and after electing that gentleman temporary chairman and Sam Willson temporary secretary, committees of nve were appointed by the chair on creden tials, platform and resolutions, and or ganization and order of business, ihe convention then adjourned to meet again at 1 p.m. Upon reconvening the reports of the committees were read, and. on motion, adopted, and the temporary officers were made permanent. A great deal of time waß spent in nominating speeches, and much enthu siasm prevailed throughout. The fol lowing county ticket was placed in the field: , » Sheriff—Theodore Lacy, of Santa District Attorney—J. G. Scarborough, of Santa Ana. Recorder—Wm. Bowers, of Orange. Treasurer—Leo Goeppar, of Santa Ana. Tax Collector—Wm. 11. Liyman, of Santa Ana. Auditor—Samuel Willson, of Santa Ana. , County Clerk—Fred D. Smith, of Buena park. Assemblyman for Seventy-sixth As sembly District—Kay Billingsley, of Orange. Coroner and Public Administrator— G. H. Bailey, of Anaheim. Surveyor—S. H. Finley, of Santa Ana. Twelve delegates were elected to the senatorial convention, and a new county central committee was also selected. Township officerß will be nominated by the different precinct delegates. The convention was one the most har monious ever held in Southern Califor nia, and the ticket placed in nomination ia as strong aB could be selected. The Democratic party of Orange county is well organized, and with the men who have been nominated today, feel sure they can win. An aggressive campaign will be waged, aud with the Union League of Santa Aria lukewarm in its support of the Republican county ticket, Democrats are hopeful of electing every candidate upon its ticket. PROHIBITION CONVENTION. The cold water delegates met in Con gregational hall this morning to hold their county convention. The pretty little hall was well filled with male, and a few female delegates. E. Witmer called the convention to order at 11 a. m., and after reading the call, aunounced that the election of a temporary chairman was in order. E. E. Keech was elected. J. G. Quick waa elected temporary secretary, and Mrs. Mills assistant secretary. Committees on credentials, resolu tions and platform, and permanent or ganization and order of businesa were then appointed by th 9 chair, and an adjournment was taken to give commit teea time to report. Upon reconvening at 1 p. m., perma nent organization waa effected, and the various committees' reporta were read and accepted. The following ticket was nominated: District attorney, E. E. Keech, of Santa Ana; recorder, George W. Mack ; auditor, C. E. Way; tax col lector, Ed. Utt; county clerk, Colgan Burns; sheriff, Jacob Walton ; coroner and public administrator, A. Huddles ton; tresurer, J. C. Thomas; surveyor, S. Kiefer; assembly man, seventy-sixth assembly district, N. Millß. Considerable interest was manifested in the convention, and if the cold water people only had votea enough they might get there. SANTA ANA BREVTIES. It ia intended to try and establish a Kindergarten school here. There are upwards of 300 children who are eli gible for ench an educational institu tion, and steps are to be taken looking to its establishment. With the completion of the new school house on Grand avenue, Santa Ana can claim four of tbe best school buildings in Southern California. Our people are proud of the schools and churches of thiß city. Nearly all the churches will hold services today. Hon. W. W. Bowers, Republican nom inees for congress from thia district, Bpoke at Garden Grove laßt night. He had a fair audience, but little enthusiam was manifested. Mr. Bowers has been in town today, but as this is pre-emi nently a Democratic day, be has not been "in it" very strong. The San Diegan is evidently worried about Orange county. The Misses Hattie and Bertha Baker, two of our most popular young ladies, visited Los Angeles today. Miss Carrie Jones, one of our popular young ladies, has returned from a two weeks' outing at Newport, in time to re sume her duties as teacher in the West End achool. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Edgar were made happy by the arrival of a baby girl today. A dancing school is to be organized in this city. The Jefferson debating society- held an interesting meeting this evening. Thia society is growing in membership at an encouraging rate. S. A. Cummings, a prominent mer chant of San Bernardino, was in town today. Some good member of the Democratic party presented the convention today with a mammoth Cleveland water melon. Jesus Molina's condition is not so fa vorable today, and his chances fo • re covery are not so bright as they might be. The bullet, which is in hia lung, is causing bim a deal of pain. There are many dark rumors afloat of trouble that is brewing among the Mexican clans here, and it is expected by many that the duel of last Thursday will cause more bloodshed among the friends of the two contestants. Both men had many friends among tbe Mexican population, and another bloody tight may result. LOS ANGELES HEBALD SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1892. The Mexicans of Santa Ana seem to think, however, that there is no need of an v apprehensions. W. G. Scott of Colorado intends to locate in Santa Ana, and is here for that purpose. Catherine D. Haberman of Orange died today, aged 35 years. ♦ LONG BEACH. Baseball Club Discussion — Personals and Notes. Long Beach, Sept. 10.—Last night the baseball club met with a view to oi ganizing. Owing to the absence of a number of the team the matter went over until Monday nigbt. What will be done then is not known, as the boys are divided ; some desire only to organ ize, and others wish to incorporate, also. It is generally agreed upon now that the membership "is to be thirteen, and the admission fee is fixed at $1. Whenever anyone leaves the club a new member will be admitted. Those in favor of only organizing wieh the club to have an admission fee and rules to regulate the membere. The incorporators agree to all these, and aek also that each member pay a monthly due, the money to be used for the current expenses and to build grounds for next year. The game with the Ideals of Boyle Heights this afternoon was a fizzle. The local team was out in force, but tho visitors brought only five of their team along, and had to supply the deficiency from Long Beach. The game was poorly played throughout. A lead of thirteen runs was obtained by the Long Beachers in the first inning, and the visitors were unable to catch up, and played a listless game. When tbe Ideals left, after the fifth inning, to catch the train to Lob Angeles, the score stood 20 to 3 in favor of Long Beach. The same teamß will play again in two weeks, when the Ideals will no doubt show what they can do. NOTES. The case of Laura Summers vs. the Long Beach Developing company, for damages, will be tried soniß time next Friday the Hebald spoke, in a jocose manner, of a ecrap on Wednesday night, between Louis Frideel and Alex. Aikman. Alex wishes the people to know that he was not mixed up in a street brawl, and that he was assaulted by Friedeel. The people of Long Beach uaed to have a flag, of which they were very proud. Now it is spoken of in whispers, and never when Mr. Kinman is around. Yesterday a small party of society people, under the guidance of Mr. Geo. C. Flint, BDent the day beyond San Pedro. They drove from here, and stopped about two miles the other side of the light houee, where an enjoyable time was had, the party returning in the afternoon to Long Beach. They were George Flint, Misa Maisellus, Harry Bixby and Misß Dunn. Mies Lillie and Mias Clara Germain, of Los Angeles, were the guests, for the afternoon, of Mrs. Martin, at the Sea side inn. J. D. De Frees arrived Thursday eve ning and will remain until Monday with Mrs. De Frees. Mrß. Geo. P. Taylor went to Loa Ange leß today. Miss McCallum and Miss Pearl McCal lum spent today here. J. J. Martin returned from Santa Ana. where he has been for several days on business. D. McDonald of Los Angeles returned home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Smith of Lob Angeles were here today. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Vaughan of Jef ferson City, Mo., spent the day here. M. C. Holman, the druggist, is ex pected back in a few days from his trip to the mountains. H. A. Yarnell of Pomona was here to day. Will Tolle and L. A. Bailey are going on a ten days' trip to the head of Little Roch creek in a few days. They will be the guests of 0. 8. Buckley. Orders for bear Bkina had better be gotten in early. Grizzlies a specialty. J. Bixby & Co. will ship 58,000 pounds of wool this year. Lodi Beach Business Directory. HOLMAN', THB DRUGGIST, carries the larg est stock of drugs and stationery, perfumery, and makes perscriptions 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, f 1.25 per day. Mrs. I. L. Fet'.erman, proprietress. J. W. WOOD, M. D., office over Holman's drug store. THE SEASIDE INN, Long Beach, Cal., select family hotel; all new and modern appoint ments; exceptional beach for bathing; also pleasure driving; table first-claes; rates reason able. THE ALAMITO3 LAND COMPANY is offer ing lots and acres in choice locations at reas onable prices and upon easy terms. UNION MEAT MARK ST, corner Pine and iecond streets. A first-class establishment. F. L Dames, proprietor. Cold storage. SPEARS & EVEY, livery and boarding stable, Ocean avenue and Pine street. W. W. LOWE—Real eßtate, insurance and no ary public. PASADENA PARAGRAPHS. Political Notes and Personals From the Crown of the Valley. Pasadena, Sept. 10.—Robt. Calling wood will go lo Catalina tomorrow for a couple of week's outing. Tbe Democratic primaries wili be held in this city Saturday, the 17th. Work on the Terminal etation con tinuee to progreßß rapidly. The build ing will be completed inside of two weeks. The Republican township convention, to be held in Williams' hall, will nomi nate two justices of the peace and two constables. Work on the normal training school is progressing rapidly, and the contrac tors are confident it will be completed in time. The executive committee of the athle tic club is making arrangements to have an interesting Bparring contest at the club rooms soon. Mr. Hare of Ventura, special agent of the Sunset Telephone company, is spending a few days in town. The band gave a concert at the Hotel Green this evening that called out a large crowd. A. G. Hinckley, candidate on the Peo ple's party ticket for supervisor, ad dressed a meeting of that party last evening. J. D. Bailey, candidate for county tax collector, also spoke. Falling Hair Produces baldness. It iB cheaper to buy a bottle of skookum root hair grower than a wig; besides, wearing your own hair is more convenient. All druggists. Gents' Hats Cleaned. Byed and Pressed. Hartley, hatter, 26* 3outh Main street, POMONA MATTERS. A CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON CH" 15 ORGANIZED. The World's Pair Committee Asking; for Fruit and Grain—Local Notes aud Personals—Church Services. Pomona, Sept. 10.—The Pomoua Dem ocrats, last evening, organized a club which is to be known as "The Cleveland and Stevenson club of Pomona, with Frank P. Firey, president; Colonel Hicklen aud Colonel Brooks, vice-presi dents; Geo. A. Carter, secretary. The executive committee consists of the following named persons: G. R. Johnson, Maj. J. A. Driffill, Phil Stein, H. B. Westerman and G. A. Carter. A committee has also been appointed to instruct the voters in regard to the Australian ballot system. The papers being circulated for mem bership and subscriptions, are fast fill ing up with names, and the Pomona Cleveland and Stevenson club are ready to take their stand in the campaign which is now inaugurated. FRUIT AND GRAIN WANTED. The world's fair committee of the board of trade wants some more fruits— especially dried fruit. Persons having fine dried apricots, prunes, peaches, pears or other fruits, who are willing to donate or dispose of some of it for exhi bition at Chicago next year, should no tify Messrs. Fred J. Smith or E. M. Keller, who will see tbat sacks are pro vided, and if need be, will send an authorized person to select and bring it in. The committee on grains wants suita ble samples for exhibition; samples of wheat, barley, oats and corn. If a few fine stalks well loaded with sound ears of corn can be had they would be very acceptable, both for the coming Sixth district fair, which will be held in Hazard's pavilion Oct. 3 to 8 inclusive, and for the world's fair. Thiß commit tee is composed of Messrs. W. T. Clark, J. T. Brady and F. B. King. The board of trade expects and urges cordial and liberal co-operation on the part of pro ducers. The benefits of good exhibits will be general, and all who can help in the good work should cheerfully do it. TODAY'S CHURCH SERVICES. Subjects at the Universalist church Sunday morning: The Word Spoken by Angels. Sunday evening: Not Hearers Only, but Doers of the Word. Baptist church, Rev. E. R. Bennett, pastor. Subject of t lie morning sermon : Miracles, Their Nature and Purposes. Evening: The Thirsty Woman. Rev. J. W. Van Cleve, at the Metho dist church, will preach upon Christian Patience. An evening song service. Rev. F. M. bowling of the Christian church. Subject at morning bour: The Evangelist Spirit. Evening: A Sermon to Young Men. NOTES. Mrs. S. M. Sweet leaves Monday or Tuesday for Washington. Mrs. Sweet is a delegate of the W. R. C. of this Btate to the G. A. R. and W. R. C. en campment. She takes with her a beau tiful gavel, tbe bead of which is of orange wood of tbe valley and manzanita of the mountains. The handle near the end is bound by a neat silver band and the head about its center with a bread silver band with this inscription : Nat ional President W. R. C, Washington, D. C, 1892-from Vicksburg W. R. C, No. 37, Pomona, Cal." On one head of the gavel is a neat figure in silver of the goddess Pomona. Mrs. Sweet will, on behalf of the W. R. C. of Pomona present the gavel with a fitting speech. The Pomona board of health have entered a most thorough campaign against filth and all disease breeding spots and places in town. Meßsrß. Griffin, Loucks and Graber held a meet ing Wednesday with Dr. Garcelon, new health officer. They appointed T. S. A. Maynaid, until further notice, sanitary inspector. He began work at once on First street, and iB inspecting the south part of the city street by street, and will inspect every lot and all its "appurten ances." The strictest orders will be given to owners and occupants, and if they do not comply within five days, ar rests will follow. A garbage wagon has been procured and all garbage will be carted away, but it must be placed in position by owners of premises. Old Chinatown is aaid to be a place of vile and disease breeding rags and old filth, and that early attention will be given it. R. N. Loucks left, this morning, to re main over Sunday in San Antonio cafion, where Mis. Loucks has been en camped since last Tuesday. Rev. E. R. Bennett and family have completed arrangements for a few dayß' stay in the canon, leaving Monday morn ing. Mesßrs James Drum, Henry Crawford, Mr. Hutchinson and one or two other Pomona boys attended the bicycle raceß at Riverßide yesterday. Allie Grant left for Lob Angeles on the early morning train, to be in readineeß to go out on his run in the railway mail service tomorrow morning, over the San ta Fe. Other departing Pomonaites today were Major Driflill, E. Hicklin, R F. House, M. Lattin, E. H. Elliott, H. B. Westerman. The following were coast bound: Mr. and Mrs. Thrall, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Martin and daughter and Mrs. Warner. UNIVERSITY. The Hill Twins' Entertainments Local A H airs. University, Sept. 10.—The Hill Twins gave a pleasing musical entertainment in the University chapel, Friday eve ning. There was not a large attendance but those present were appreciative of the excellent programme, and almost every member waß encored, Tbe twins, Virgie and Vera, acted their part par excellence. They were assisted by Misses Bessie and May Hill on the violin and guitar, and the two charming Misses Riggin, on the piano. Little Liddie, "cute thing," assisted with some simple childish ditties. Philomathia lodge No. 254, Independ ent Order of Good Templars has moved its headquarters from Main street to Foresters' hall, University Place, where meetings are held every Friday night. Dr. C. A. Rogers, of Bakersfield, haß rented part of one of the Wilson double houses on Thirty-seventh Btreet, and will move his family into it next week. The Republican nominees for town ship offices in this (Balloua) township are as follows: Justices of tbe peace, W. P. Robs, of Pico Heights,' and W. J. Bryant, ol Inglewood; constables, W. J. Howlett, of University, and J. O. Lamb, of Ballona. The fall term of the University public echool begins Monday morning, Septem ber 19,1892. Edward Hutchinson, Mica 11 at lie Gower, Mrs. Ledford and Miss Annie Shields will comprise the corps of teachers. The conference*year of the Metbodist Episcopal church is rapidly drawing to a close. It is tbe almost unanimous desire of bis congregation that Dr. A. C. Williams be returned by the conference as pastor of the University church for the coming year. Resolutions to this effect have been passed by the official boaid of the church. REDONDO. Neptnne to Make His Appearance at Noon. Redondo Beach, Sept. 10.—The Salt Water day fete promises to be a very elaborate and hilarious affair tomorrow. A grand procession, led by two bands of music, will form on La Alameda street, front of city hall (Forester's building), at 11:30 a. in., and march thence to the wharf stairs, where Neptune, the myth loogical god of the sea, will emerge from the Pacific at noon. The procession will be made up of wonderful characters, in indescribable costumes. After tbe reception of hiß majesty, Neptune, his subjects will be allowed to disperse, and seek tbeir pleasure in re freshments and diversions, which will be amply provided for. The harbor commissioners, General McCook and several others from Redon do, started this morning for a trip around tbe kite-shaped track, to get a hurried glimpse of some Southern Cali fornia inland scenery. They will return and remain over Sunday at the Hotel Redondo. The steamer Hermosa reached her dock at 10:30 a.m. today, and landed 37 passedgers from Avalon, taking out 30 on her return to the same port, leaving at 11:40 a.m. The steamship Santa Rosa came in from the south and moored alongside at 12:30 p.m., landing 15 paasengera from southern ports, and got away for the north at 1:30 p.m., shipping from Re dondo 50 passengers and 10 tons of mer chandise. Steamer Eureka reached her berth at 11:45 a. m. today, aud discharged at Redondo 02 tons of merchandise and 13 passengers. She proceeded south at 8:30 p. m. Arrivals at Hotel Redondo are: Alice C. Failing, Portland, Ore.; Miss Susanna Easton, San Diego; A. W. Armstrong, Pasadena; H. L. Prentice, wife and daughter, Denver; Geo. L. Fry and wife, South Riverside; F. B. Thompson, Chicago; Margaret T. Canby, Mrs. J.W. Ryland, Mrs. Morse, Miss Thomas, Los Angeles. Arrivals at Ocean View house: J. Ray sor and family, Geo. J. Baugh, Los An geles ; Richard Travenbrook, South Riv erside; Edward Thomas, Geo. T. Mil lard, San Bernardino; J. H.Taylor and wife, Redlands. REDLANDS. Local A (lairs at tho Infant Wonder City. Redlands, Sept. 8. —Mr. H. B. Meacb am, a popular young man of thia city, and Mies Estella M. Wood, of Seattle, Wash., will be married at the latter place on tbe 21 st inst. A. T. Gantt, D. M. Johnson, J. A. Flood and George H. Flood, four gentle men of £1 Caeco, registered at the Baker yesterday. Tbe Redlands Guards will attend ser vices at tbe Episcopal church, tomorrow morning, in a body. They meet at 9:30 at the armory. Walter Scott, of Riverside, is at tbe Baker. G. S. de Garmo, a contractor of Los Angeles, registered at the Windsor yes terday. James AfHey was arrested for petty larceny on the 7th and discharged yes terday. It was a case of mistaken dentity. Hon. A. G. Hubbard, of the Harqua Hala mine, was a guest of Mr. Ed. Spoor, at the Windsor last evening. Tbe funeral service of Mr. John D. Cook took place yesterday from the resi dence of Curtis Wells. Rev. Mr. Eaton conducted the ceremonies. Lee Wilmarth has succeeded H. Lu cas as manager of the Marser paint store. A. H. Pratt of Sevenoaks made a quick trip from that place this morning. He left at 2 a.m. and arrived at 7:30. Hon. Vincent A. Taylor, at the head of a company controlling 9000 acres of timber land near Sevenoaks, will begin the construction and operation of saw mills in that vicinity soon. Wagon roads and flumes will be part of tbe work. WHAT HE SAID. A Chinaman Tells the Police Hon He Lost His Horse. A Chinaman came into the police station yesterday and gave an object lesson in the promiscuous use of the letter "1," while attempting to inform the clerk that he had lost a horse, which paralyzed that usually polite and self contained official. The Mongolian said: "My nlame is Ah Tlom Lee, and I live flor the blouse of Mlista Dleakon, at Vlernon, and sell flute and vlegebles. I lose mey hlos yesly evlen at half plass one. It is a led hlos, not tloo small, not tloo high, not tloo blig, tlen lyear 01, all led but clue, he blak, little blak on ebly leg near floot. Igo and leave lagon in mly lard. I tli him up flor plepper tlee. I clan't flind him flor nlext mlornin. Tloo or tlee men slee tloo or tlee bloys tlake him. He no tlinke he blong tlo me. You finee hlos you tlell him clom home Mlista Dleakon's. Guaranteed Care. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition: If you are afflicted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat, or Chest trouble, and will use thia rem edy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and expe rience no benefit, you may return the bottle and have your money reminded. We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at C. F. Heinze man's drug store, 222 North Main Btreet. Large size 50C. and $1, Dunlap Hats. Everything new and nobby ln Dunlap's and other celebrated hats can be found at Des mond's, No. ltl South Spring street, Bryson lionebrake block. Fall styles now on sale. The Chicago Delicacy Store Has changed hands. Will be ran in flrst-class style. All kinds of family delicacies can be had at all times. Roast meats, boiled ham and smolred tongue a specialty. 336 South Spring street. Telephone 856. limes. Thompson £ Sinnott. Proprietors. Free. Call on On & Vaughn, druggists, Fourth and Bpring streets, and get a sample of imported almond meal for sunburn, freckles and tan. SAN BERNARDINO. THE LOCAL CELEBRATION OF AD MISSION DAT, Features of the Occasion—Perianal Men tion— The Martlnes Murder—lnves tigation of Charges Against Dr. Keatlngs. San Bern audi no, Sept. 9.—Admission day was observed by the Pioneers by a basket picnic at tbe City park. In the afternoon a small audience occupied the western part of tbe pavilion and listened to speeches from Judge Uip, of Colton, who closed bis remarks by introducing San Bernardino's favorite orator, Hon. W. A. Harris. Mr. Harris gave an im promptu talk, aB he said he had been in vited to address tbe meeting after hav ing entered the hall. He dwelt upon the etate and national patriotism of Cal ifornians, and attributed that strong sentiment, notwithstanding the great distance of our state from the center of government, to the loyalty of the early pioneers. He spoke eloquently of the bravery of tbe women of those early days, saying that tbeir heroism sur passed even that of the men. Another point be made, and which was heartily applauded, was that all persons, regard less of politics, should demand a reform in our legislature, and that political par ties should be given to understabd that unless they put up good men for the legislature they would be downed. It is expected now that Dr. Frost will return from his vacation and occupy his pulpit next Sunday. Tbe Baptist peo ple have been very loyal to their church interests during the doctor's absence, and have held morning service, even though a sermon had to be read by one of their number. Arrowhead Springs hotel is well pat ronized at present. Mrs. L. Morris is expected from San Francisco today, where she has been spending a short time. A. G. Hubbard, whose mining inter ests at Harqua Hala are quite extensive, was back in San Bernardino yesterday. The union motor depot is a lively place, now tbat thirty-eight trains ar rive and depart from it. Since the testimony has been taken in the case of Mary Martinez, the woman who was found dead at tbe residence of Mr. L. Migel, a few days ago, the opin ion of the jury and public generally is that it is a case of murder, and not sui cide. The body of the woman was cared for at the county's expense, and taken to Agna Manza for burial. Mr. Carhart, one of the managers of Harlem Springs, has been arrested on suspicion of being tbe murderer, he having been seen at the houee the night before. Harry Langford has al -o been arrested, his testimony being very crooked. The investigation of the charges made against Dr. Keating, county physician and superintendent of the county hos pital, has been watched with much in terest, tbe superior court room being used aB the place for hearing the testi mony. The sworn charges against the doctor are for drunkenness, robbing a corpse, and illegal charge of $4 for livery hire. Very conflicting iB the testimony of the witnesses, and so far, neither side has gained much advantage. J. L. Allen left yestenHy for Giand Island, Neb. Arrowhead parlor No. 110 of Native Sons will be represented at Santa Bar bara to the extent of twenty members, who will enter heartily into the celebra tion of Admission day and tbe sports of the following days. Los Angeles now holds in safety a watermelon which weighß \31% pounds, preparatory to its visiting the world's fair. It was raised by W. S. Corwin, of Highlands, who aleo has its companion o' 110 pounds on exhibition in this city. Attorney Will A. Harris will repre sent the prosecution in the case of People vs. Walters, charged with the murder of Ira Wall, at Temescal, a few weeks ago. Hon. S. M. White and R. E. Bledsoe are retained for Walters. Hon. Olin Welborn, Democratic nominee for congress, will be the orator at the opening of the campaign tomor row night at tbe pavilion. Skookum Root onta "* a f^'°^ Vegetable / \ Delicate Compound. I, njjjxEm ||| Fabric. Dandruff. . n£vjj f Nature-' IT i And 1 111 m For Stops (Trade Mark Registered.) All All Scalp Itching I T A T T~» Humors. of HAIR ia The HrVllN p ree Scalp. From fc- GBfIWEB j| Dressing. Substances. Sold by Druggists, $1; six.fr>. Worth $5 a bottle MANUFACTURED ONLY BY THE Skookum Root Hair Grower Co. NEW YORK. GENTLEMAN'S FRIEND, Oar PERFECTION STRING! trn vHU every bottle. !• CLEAN. Pool not STAIN. PREVENTS STRICTURE, Cures GONORRHOEA And GLEET ln On" to Form da/A, A QUICK CURE tor J,EUOOHIin(F.A or WHITES. KnMbTsll mtUOOISTS. Rent t» any AoMwm for 3! .40.' UALYQOU HANUcAUI UUtXU CO„ LANCASTER, CP>P> H. N. Bale & Son, agents, 20 S. Main st. TO STOCKMEN! TWENTY HEAD REGISTERED GALLO way cattle, bulls, cows and calves. A proved, the best range beef cattle on earth easy feeders. Owing to our closing out the stock business the above cattle will be sold at a bargain. Address O LIN DA RANCH COMPANY, 8-28 lm Anaheim, Cal. D. J. M'CARTHY, Of 150 N. Main St., Los Angeles, haa a resort at SECOND AND FINS STREETS, LONG E»ACH. A full line oi California wines and brandies. Wleland's beer on draught. 9-8 lm JOINT DEBATE! WHITE VS. — ESTEE. The Hon. Stephen M. White of Los Angeles will meet the Hon. M. M. EsTEB of Napa in joint debate at the following times and places during the campaign. The two advocates will dis .cuss the tariff, Mr. White expounding the position of the National Democracy, and Mr. Estee that of the Re publican party. PLACES AND TIMES OF MEETINGS. AT LOS ANGELES, Saturday, October 8. AT FRESNO, Monday, October 10. AT STOCKTON, Wednesday, October 12. AT SACRAMENTO, Saturday, October 15. AT SANTA ROSA, Wednesday, October 19. AT SAN FRANCISCO, Saturday, October 22. All meetings to be held at 8 p.m. Mr. Estee to open the de bate at Los Angeles. Mr. White to open the de bate at Fresno. And so on alternating to the end of the discussion. ORDER OF DEBATE. First—First speaker shall have one hour. Second — Second speaker shall have one and one-half hours. Then first speaker shall close with one-half hour's speech. CONDUCT OF MEETINGS, The chairman shall make no introductory remarks; he shall introduce the speaker by saying, "Mr. Estee," or ''Mr. White," and nothing more. The chairman shall sup press applause as far as pos sible, and shall give to the speaker time lost by inter ruptions. CHAIRMANSHIP OF MEETINGS. Los Angeles, Democrat. Fresno, Republican, and so on, alternately. The chairman of each meet ing shall be a resident of the county where the meeting shall be held, and shall be chosen by the joint commit tee on joint debate. EXPENSES OF MEETINGS. The two State Central Committees shall share equal ly the expenses of all the meetings. The expenses shall include hiring of halls, and such ad vertising as the sub-commit tee of the joint committee shall deem necessary. JOINT SUB-COMMITTEE. The chairman and secre tary of the two State Central Committees shall constitute a sub-committee to take charge of expenses and carry out details as agreed upon, above.