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Besult of the Senatorial Convention Yes
terday at South Biverglde—A
Selection by Accla
Soum Riveksidk, Sent. 20.—A1l last
evening and today Republicans dis
cussed the work of yesterday's sena
torial convention held here, and the
members of a-party of a grand past are
sworn to met? out vengeance on tbe San
Bernardino man who was nominated
for joint senator yesterday. There is
no mistake; the Riverside people, and
in fact, all those in tbe Seventy-seventh
Assembly district, are tigainst the Re
publican candidate for joint senator.
The Oracle couuty delegation got eat
down on pretty heavily r.lso, for they
thought that Orange county would have
secured the nomination, aud that S.
Armor, of that county, would have re
ceived the honor of being selected. For
tunately, however, for the little super
visor of the little county, he did not get
the nomination, and he probably re
turned home with a lighter heart than
did E. C. Seymour, the nominee.
Tne 8:13 train, this morning, from
San Bernardino, brought in the delega
tion from this county, and all the mem
bers seemed to be in the best of spirits
and sanguine of success. A Herald
representative interviewed several of
tbe delegates, and all are sure of a
Democratic victory. -There was no fac
tional fight, aud the delegates enjoyed
their forenoon in viewing the country
in and about the village. The 1:16
train from Los Angeles brought in the
Orange county delegations. Orange
county's delegates were solid forManley,
and it became evident before the con
vention was called to order, that the
twelve men would stand by him.
J. H. Boyd of Highlands called the
convention to order.
H. York, of Santa Ana, was, on mo
tion, elected chairman.
H. C. Patton, of Banning, waß, on
motion, elected secretary.
Committees on credentials, resolu
tions and order of business were, on
motion appointed.
A short adjournment was taken to
give the committees time to report, and,
on reconvening, the reports were, on
motion, adopted. Different from the
convention of yesterday, there was no
fight over the report of the committee
on credentials, but every delegate was
seated without amurmurofdisapproval.
This wae pre-eminently a Democratic
credential committee report, and no
putty squabble disturbed the meeting.
The report of the committee on reso
lutions indorsed the platform of the
national and county Democracy; was in
sympathy and accord with the Demo
cratic candidates, and pledged support
to the nominee of this convention for
joint senator.
Nominations for joint senator for the
Thirty-ninth senatorial district were de
clared in order.
H. Neill, of Santa Ana, placed M.
Manlev, of El Modena, in nomination.
J. X Tuffree,of Fullerton, seconded the
nomination, saying that Prof. Manley
wasn't a De Youngor Stanford man, and
could get to Sacramento with both feet.
Harry Patton, of Banning, came here
to try and get the convention to endorse
Dr. W. H. Head, of Garden Grove, who
is the People's party nominee for joint
senator, but after finding the unanimity
ot feeling existing ior Mr. Manley, he
seconded his nomination.
The motion waß made and carried that
nominations close, aud Mr. Manley was
nominated by acclamation, amidst great
After a few fitting remarks made by
the candidate, the convention ad
The convention throughout was har
monious. It'was a gathering of repre
sentative members of the Democratic
party of San Bernardino and Orange
counties, and the nomination met with
hearty approval. There is no doubt but
that the Democratic nominee will be
eltcted, for with a weak man for the
.Republican nominee, Riverside and the
entire Seventy-seventh assembly dis
trict bolting, and Orange county feeling
that it had been sat down on in the
Republican convention of yesterday,
Mr. Manley will be elected by a hand-
Borne majority.
A Fine Catch, of Kock Cod—Local Af
Redondo Beach, Sept. 20. —A haul of
several hundred pounds of the genuine
rock cod (locally called grouper) was dis
played this morning by Fisherman Har
rison. Some of these fish weighed as
high as 19 pounds. By many the rock
cod ranks at the top as a table delicacy.
This haul was made about one mile out,
and was found in the canon up
from the deep sea, directly in our front.
The concentration of such a variety of
fish in these waters, and the large quan
tity already taken by expert fishermen,
naturally leads to the organization of a
regular fish market and trade at this
point. A project is in contemplation
here to open such a business, which will
necessarily be in close connection with
the fish tiade in Los Angeles. The large
mackerel catch continues as brisk as at
any time during the past six weeks.
The steamer Eureka, ono of the Pa
cific greyhounds, was berthed alongside
today at 12:30 p.m. She will proceed
north this evening at 6:30, shipping
from Redondo 37 tons merchandise and
a large passenger list for Sin Francisco.
The steamer Hermosa came in from
Avalon at 1:30 p. m., and moored inside
from the Eureka's berth. She landed
37 passengers, homeward bound, and got
away from same port at 2:20 p. m., tak
ing out 16 visitors to the islands.
The highways and byways of Redon
do have lately been thoroughly cleaned
and furnished up by our energetic and
argus-eyed Marshal Rogers, who iB re
solved to be on the safe Bide during this
epidemic seas n.
The arrivals at the Redondo today are :
F. 8. Hicks, New York; E. E. Gaylord
and three children, Pasadena; Mrs. C.
B. Kendall, Pasadena.
Tbe arrivals at the Ocean View are :
Mr. and Mrs. Nileß Paulson, San Ber
nardino; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hoover,
L. N. Stewart, Riverside; John Fagan,
D. H. Lucken, M. Fuland, Los Angeles ;
J. Hanneford, San Francisco; J. Need
ham, San Diego.
This annoying Bcalp trouble, which
gives the hair an untidy appearance, is
i cared by ekookam root hair grower.
All druggists.
Mrs. John White Severely Burned by
Concentrated Lye.
Pomona, Sept. 19.—0n Saturday, Mrs.
John White was quite severely burned,
at her home on South Ninth street. Mrs.
White' had mixed a can of concentrated
lye with water, in a large vessel, and,
attempting to carry the vessel across the
room, she tripped, the contents of the
pan splashing all over her, burning her
face, hands and arms. Dr. Garcelon
was immediately summoned, and now
has hopes ol saving tier eyesight.
Mrs. Charles Ludlow, nee Miss Lillie
Claberg. is paying a brief visit at the
home of her Darents. arriving from the
north on yesterday's overland.
Conductor Walter S. Johnson has
returned from a 10 days' leave of ab
sence from the duties oi the motor road.
He enjoyed the sea breezes of San
Diego, Corouado aud Redondo.
Gapt. and Mrs. Berry, of Los Angeles,
are guests of Jos. Mullen and family
for a few days.
Mr. Seymore Tittle, a popular young
electrician of the Sunset Telephone
company, is in Ponuna, placing the
wires in position that run from the
Bwitch board to the new conversation
Houses are in demand; Overton &
Firey rented three Saturday.
Mr. Louis Dundass, an estimable
young man, is working hard to engage
the attention and hearty co-operation of
the young men of the place to organize
a young men's gospel meeting service
on Sunday afternoons.
Mr. E. L. Beck yesterday sold his
home place on West Second street to
Mr. Cummins, of the blacksmith firm of
James & Cummins, the consideration
being $1000. Mr. Beck will remove to
Texas, his former home. His daughter,
Miss Maggie Beck, is numbered among
the force of clerks in Thomas' dry goods
Miss Laura, Huff returned yesterday
evening from a visit at her sister's
home, Newhall.
Mr. Harry Howland made the best
record of any of the boys at the N. G. C.
shoot yesterday. His record was 42.
Mesdames Hawkins and Fleming, of
the millinery firm of that name, are
booked for Los Angeles tomorrow, on
We learn that Messrs. George Henry
Steve Adler, Henry Strong and J. A.
MeArthur and wife will attend San
Diego's fiesta, the 28th and 29th of this
It was all bustle and confusion at the
depot this morning, as the Democratic
delegates were leaving for the conven
Pomona Briefs.
IF YOU are contemplating getting a nieo car
riage, park w.ison, paaeton or baggy, coll kt
Phil Stein's. Ho buys directly from the fac
tory and undersells all competitors. B
POMONA NUR3EBY, How.and Bros., props.
Citrus and deciduous trees. Olivesa specialty.
Office, First National Bank block:. ■ gjgj
J. C. ASTON, undertaker and embalruer. The
only house iv city carrying fir ,t-class goods from
which to select. Main street, north of railroad.
Seaver, president; Stoddard Jess,cashier. Capi
tal paid up, $103,000; a general banking busi
iK'K- transacted.
C. C. ZILLE3 & CO., manufacturing jewelers,
McComas block.
OLD PAPERS for sale at Thb Hkbald office.
ADVERTISE In the columns of The Herald.
Local Political Affairs — Tne Baseball
Club—City Incidents.
Long Beach, Sept. 29.—M. C. Holman
and E. S. Benefield, the two Democratic
delegates from here, left, this morning,
for the battle ground at Los Angeles.
They were both seen in the evening at
the latter place, and wore the blue rib
bon in their buttonho'es with pride.
Notices have been posted about town
to the effect that the Republicans will
hold their primary election next Satur
day, the 24th, for the purpose of select
ing delegates to nominate candidates for
justice and constable of the township.
The election will be held in the city hall.
Several candidates have been mentioned
for the offices, but at present it appears
that N. P. Kinman, the present town
marshal, will be nominated for consta
The baseball club met last night, with
seven members present, and A. 3. Bos
well in the chair. No definite action
was taken towards organizing or incor
porating the club. It is probable, how
ever, that the matter will be settled at
the next meeting. One of the club
members said today tbat the mem
bership would be fixed at 14. Some bat
racks, bats, gloves, masks and pads were
ordered purchased through L. A. Bailey,
and after'some discussion the club ad
journed until next Friday night. A. B.
Boswell has been selected as manager of
the "lub, Del Cox as captain, and L. A.
Bailey as sfcretary and treasurer.
Justice H. C. Austin, of Los Angeles,
was here today paying his taxes. Mr.
and Mrs. Frank H. Gilt of Peoria, 111.,
registered at the seaside inn yesterday.
Charles S. Talhnadge, jr., of San Fran
cisco, was here today.
C. H. Long, of Lot Angeles, was
among the day's visitors.
Mrs. Ducommon, president of the La
dies' Benevolent society, and her daugh
ter returned this afternoon to Los An
geles, after a short visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ashley and son. of
lowa Falls, lowa, who have been here
for several days, went to Terminal island
The 10:45 Terminal train from Lob
Angeles t his morning came in about 30
minutes late. The engineer did not re
ceive orders from San Pedro early
enough, and, consequently, did not have
steam up when the train was ready to
leave Los Angeles.
Long: Beach Business Directory.
HOLMAN, THE DRUGGIST, carries the larg
est stock of drugs and btationery. perlumery,
and makes porscriptions his specialty. Long
Beach, Cal.
WET BATHS a specialty at Alex's bathhouse.
Bailey, comer Third and Pine streets.
FKTTERMAN HOIHE, Pine st'eet near First.
Nicely furnished rooms with Uimrd; rates, 5i.25
per day. Mrs. I. L. Fdt .etmau, proprh'iress.
J. W. WOOD, M. ]>~ office over Holman's
drug store.
THE SEASIDE INK, Long Beach, Cal , select
family hotel; all new and modern appoint
ments; exceptional beach for bathing; nlso
pleasure driving; table flrst-cla>s; rates :eason
ing lots aud acres in choice locations at reas
onable price* and upon easy terms.
UNION MEAT MARKET. Corner Piae and
Second streets. A first-class establishment. F.
L Darner, proprietor. Cold storage.
SPEABB tfc EVEY, livery and boarding stable,
Oi'ean avenue and Pine ttreet.
W. W. LOWE—Real estate, insurance and no
ary public.
The Great French Disinfectant,
A sure cholera preventative; the cheapest dis
infectant in the market. For sale only by Off
& Vaughn, druggists, Fourth and Spring.
Hot commercial xunun uauy at The Xz
change, 228 South Bpriny teet. Mussel Juice.
A Large Number of Pupils Attend.
Honses and Lois In Great Demand.
A Child Dies from Whoop
ing; Cough—Notes.
Pasadena, Sept. 20 —Throop univer
sity opened this morning under most
favorable circumstances. The number
of students present was very gratifying
to the faculty, and a much larger num
ber will be enrolled as soon as the poly
thecnic hall ie completed, which will be
intide of 10 days. An opening address
was made by President Keys, followed
by r, prayer by Rev. Cocger.
It is confidently expected that tbe
manual training department will be in
running order by next Monday. In the
mean time the co lege work ia being or
ganized, and everyone is getting dowri
to work.
real estate in demand.
The demand for houses, both to rent
and buy, is, according to our real estate
men, greater at the present
at any period during the past four years.
Suitable houses for rent are almost an
unknown quantity. There are few
houses for sale and the prices on these
are advancing rapidly.
The time for buying property in Pas
adena for half its value has paßt, and
those contemplating investing can do so
none too soon, as prices are on the jump,
A prominent business man, well versed
in the financial condition of the com
munity, stated that, in hiß opinion, our
city was never in a more healthy con
dition financially, and that every con
clusion points to continuance of this
Rev. J. W. Phelps left this morning
for San Diego, to attend the M. E. con
ference at that place.
Mr. S. Doolittle has returned from
Catalina, where he has been for tbe
past summer, as clerk in the Metropole.
H. J. Vail and his brother, I. N. Vail,
have opened a variety store on North
Fair Oaks avenue.
The Pasadena Electric company is
putting iv a large gas engine at Poly
technic haH.for furnishing power to the
Most of our prominent Democrats are
attending the convention in Los Angeles
The Republican meeting which was
to have been held in Williams' hall next
Saturday evening, haß been postponed.
The ladies of the Universalist church
give a social in the church parlors next
Friday evening. All are invited.
Orin Reed, the boy who was before
Justice Rose yesterday for stealing
chickens, was aentenced this morning to
three years in the Whittier reform
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. V. Harris died this mornifig of
whooping cough. The interment will
be private.
News Notes from the Infant Wonder
Redlands, Sept. 20.—L. C. Gramp
ner, of San Francisco, haß returned to
Redlands, after a trip to some of his
Bear valley properties.
E. A. Boalich, of Portland, Ore., is a
guest at the Windsor.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hszen, of
Portland, Ore., are recent arrivals at the
Charles E. Pearson, proprietor of the
Arrowhead Springs hotel, Misses Flora
M. Pearson,* Hattie B. Pearson and
Maybelle Morgan, of Los Angeles, are
registeied at the Windsor.
Quite a party has been made up to
attend the Ensign tomorrow (Wednes
day) evening. The Santa Fe Epecial
leaving at 7 :30, will take 40 or 50 people,
half of whom wiil .be ladies.
Dr. M. W. Hill, attending Miss Van
Name, the young lady who was so pain
fully burned, reports his patient as get
ting along as comfortably as cauld be
expected. While it is impossible to
speak positively as yet, it is hoped that
no serious scars will remain to mar the
beauty of this estimable young woman.
As time goes on, politically, it looks
as though the fight at Redlands was to
be on supervisor. The nomination of
Seymour for senator by the joint con
vention at South Riverside is a victory
for the Craig wing of the party, but the
senatorial contest sinks into insignifi
cance beside the supervisorial struggle.
Lea, the Republican of Redlands, Ran
dall, Democrat of Highlands, and Ed
wards, Prohibitionist of Redlands, are
the candidates. An examination
of the personnel of the gentle
men and full consideration being
given to the political situation
loottlly, it would appear that the fight
will be on party lines entirely. Each
man fairly represents his party, and no
criticism has yet appeared as to their
individual abilities as business men and
legislators. The situation makes a fast
track for a party race, and pneumatic
tireß and a kite shape will probably be
brought into requisition by the gentle
men who, as candidates, desire to smash
some records.
"I would rather trust that, medicine
than any doctor I know of," sayß Mrs.
tiattie Mason, of Chilton, Carter coun
ty, Mo., in speaking of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This medicine can always be depended
upon, even in the most severe and dan
gerous cases, both for children and
adults. 26 and 50 cent bottles for sale
by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main,
The prospectus ox an inriian uia:ea
factory has been issued in Calcutta.
The promoters, who are all natives,
have collected different kinds of wood
suitable for matches from different
parts of India, and have forwarded
samples of them to experts in London
and Hamburg.
Falling Bair
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of skooknm root hair giower
than a wig; besides, wearing your own
hair is more convenient. All druggists.
Landgberg-, the Tailor,
No. 127 Hast First street. Latest patterns in
suitings. Best work. Moderate prices. Satis
faction guaranteed. Alsocleaniug and dyeing.
Center Pieces and Brackets
Better made and at half the price you pay for
thera elsewhere at McLean's, 132 Center Place.
The largest ttoek, latest designs, lowest prices
Use German Family Soap.
Horticulturists Invited to Inspect the
New Parasites.
John Scott, the horticultural commis
sioner for this county, has issued a cir
cular, of which the following is tbe sub
stance :
In compliance with a request to the
horticultural commission of this county,
Bigned by the horticultural commission
ers of San Bernardino, San Diego and
Orange counties, and upwards of 200
of the leading citizens of the above
counties, there will be a meeting of the
fiuit. growers of San Diego, San Bernar
dino, Orange and Los Angeles counties
on Friday, September 23, 1892, at 10:30
a in , to make a careful and critical tour
of observation and investigation of
orchards in which the new parasites of
the red and black scales have been
In view of the fact that it seems
doubtful if these ladybirds will prove
effective parasites, many are anxious to
study the insects carefull ; and learn the
actual facts fiom personal observation.
It is important that a very large dele
gation be present from all sections, iv
order to secure a concensus of opinion of
the fruit growers as to the actual statue
of the points now at issue between the
state board of horticulture and the or
ehardists and horticultural commission
ers of the six southern counties; the
former claiming that the parasites are
not only "established," but that they
are effective in the same sense as the
vedalia. Actual experience with them
up to date has been very unsatisfactory.
The visiting delegates will meet at the
rooms of the horticultural commission,
at the coutt house, Lob Angeles, where
carriages will be ready at 10:30 a. m.
The commission will deem it a favor if
growers having conveyances will be on
hand with the same, to convey visiting
delegates to the orchards.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses were issued yester
day to the following persons:
G. F. Conant, aged 36, a native of
Massachusetts, and Jennie O'Donoug
hue, aged 32, a native of Michigan, both
residents of Los Angeleß.
Alfred H. Ballard, aged 26, a native of
Nebraska, and Meta C. Greschen, aged
21, a native of Germany, both residents
of Los Angeles.
Joseph Barca, aged 28, a resident of
San Pedro, and Enrichetta Pichetto,
aged 18, resident of Los Angeles, both
natives of Italy.
R. R. Simpson, aged 40, a native of
Canada, and Delia F. Carter, aged 3P, a
native of California, both residents of
Los Angeles.
Antonio Marone, aged 23, a resident of
Duarte, i.nd Adelaide Morello, aged 18,
a resident of Olive, both natives of Cal
Phillip W. Traub, aged 31, a native of
Illinois, resident of Los Angeles, and
Maria Watkine, aged 26, a native of
England and resident of Los Angeles.
A Bcmarhable Tree.
Up on the east side of North Seventh
street, about midway between Poplar
street and Girard avenue, stands a strik
ingly curious tree, which attracts the
attention of every passer by. It stan'ls
just in front of a stable yard, and tho
employees of the place say that dozens
of people come to them every week and
make remarks or ask questions about
the strange growth. From the thick
ness of the trunk at the baso the tree is
probr.bly about forty years old, but it 3
branches and foliage are new and fresh,
and look as though they were but the
growth of n year or two. The trunk
runs straight from the ground to a height
of about fifteen feet.
Above this for a short distance is a
thick, globular mass of foliage, tho
leaves appearing to grow directly out of
the wood. Above this growth run up
three thick stalks or stumps six or eight
feet high, also covered with a dense,
close mass of foliage. When the tree is
viewed from the north sido it presents a
startling resemblance to a giant human
hand protruding from the earth. The
three big stumps at the top represent
the three middle fingers, and upon
either side of these can easily be seen
configurations of the surrounding foli
age which correspond to the little finger
and thumb.
The explanation of the phenomenon is
a curious one. The tree was once full
grown and vigorous, but was attacked
by blight or some other disease and the
dead trunk was pruned down to its pres
ent proportions, whereupon the present
new growth developed.—Philadelphia
Eastern and Western Swimmers.
The seashore is supposed to be the
home of fine swimmers, but as a matter
of fact the denizens of tho coast cannot
compare in this respect with our south
westerners. I have seen it tried time
and again, and always with the same
result. Men from Missouri, Illinois,
Kansas and Texas are, almost without
exception, fleeter and more graceful
swimmers than those who, were born
and brought up on the New England
coast. The reason for this is the differ
ence between fresh and salt water.
When one who has learned to swim in
fresh water gets into the ocean he feels
as if Tie could never become wearied.
The denser water so buoys his limbs that
they appear to weigh nothing and he is
astonished at the speed he attains.
Another notable fact is that the pro
portion of men bred on the seaboard
who cannot swim is very much greater
tlian among inlanders. At New Bed
ford, a famous shipping point, not one
sailor in five can swim and the same is
trao of other point 3on the New England
coast. With tho people from the south
west, certainly with thoso who were
bred in the c >untry, tho nonswimmer is
an exception. The cause of this is that
the weather is warm enough for out
door bathing during more months of the
year in the southern and southwestern
states than on the sea coast, and scarcely
a farmer's boy is unacquainted with tho
art. In one respect alone are the east
erners ahead and that is in their lady
swimmers, with whom we have few to
compete. —St. Louin Post-Dispatch.
Miles'* Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a new principle—retraiatlug Uie liver,
itomaoh and bowels throngft tho nerves. A
new discovery. Dr. Miles'* Pills speedily onre
olllousne*s,bad taxtfc, torpid livor, plies, con
stipation. Unequalled for mon, women, chil
dren. Smallest, mildest, surest ISO doar s, 25
oentt. Samples free, at 0. H. Hasce.
Removal Notice.
Mrs. 8. Lawrenc-, formerly of 235 South
Spring street, has removed her halrdressing,
manicuring and beauty parlors to 353 South
Spring street.
Petition* Granted aud Denied—An lin -
nwme Structure — Item* of Per
sonal Interest Picked Up
by a Herald Man.
Santa ana, 83pt. 20.—Tbe board of
city trustees met in regular session lasi
night at the city hall, with C. C. Edin
ger in the chair. Present, Messrs. Ed
iuger, Whitßon, Hunt, Goodwin, and
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and approved.
The petition of A. J. Wood et al., ask
ing that the electric lights be kept burn
ing un'il midnight, during fair week,
was granted.
M. J.Bundywas given a permit to
construct a cement cesspool on his lot
in block 15, in this city.
The agreement of the Sunset Tele
phone company to put in a'phone at
any place the board might designate,
free of cost to the city, was read and ac
The clerk was instructed to advertise
for bids to do the city tapping for the
water works, said bids to be opened
October 3rd, at 8 o'clock.
p. T. Brock appeared before the
board and asked that a street lamp at
the corner of Main and Third streets be
lighted. On motion, the matter was re
ferred to A. Goodwin, committee on fire
and water.
Henry Neill, committee on police de
partment, was, on motion, instructed to
have the dog pound put in good repair.
A petition headed, ''Resolution to
open and remove obstacles from Syca
more street," was read, and passed by
the affirmative votes of three trustees.
Ordinance No. 152, prohibiting the
keeping of bees within the corporate
limits of Santa Ana, was read for tbe
second time, and, on motion, adopted.
Ordinance No 153, granting John H.
Hise and his assigns a franchise to lay
pipes aiong all the public streete of the
city for cold storage purposes, was read
for the second time and laid on the ta
The Acme ironworke, of this city, is
busily engaged in constructing a crane
for the Newport Wbarf and Lumber
company, to be used at its wbarf in iond
ing and unloading vessels. It will be
the largest piece of machinery of its kind
ever manufactured in Southern Cali
fornia, and, when completed, will
have a lifting capacity of 10 tons. The
mast is made of Oregon pine, 30 feet in
length, 16 inches in diameter, and 14
inches at the top. The base, caps and
guys are to be of iron. In its construc
tion 3000 pounds of wrought iron and
1800 pounds of cast iron will bo re
quired. As tbe cars run clear out to the
end of the wharf, this will enable the
company to load the cars right from the
veesels, and vice versa, thereby saving
labor and money, and insuring to the
patrons of the road a quicker dispatch of
their goods, and less breakage.
Max Reinhaus, of the firm of Rein
haus Bros., accompanied by his wife,
and son, departed today for San Fran
cisco, where they will visit Mrs. Rein
haus' parents.
The Democratic brother and editor of
the Standard, D. M. Baker, has re
turned from the hot springs greatly
improved in health, and from now until
after the campaign will ever be found at
his post extolling the grand and noble
doctrines of Democracy to tbe residents
of thiß community.
Rev. R. H. Parker, once the pastor of
the M. E. Church South, at this place,
also presiding elder for this district,
arrived in Santa Ana this morning. He
now has charge of the church iv Santa
County Recorder Foster's wife and
sister, Miss Mary Young, have gone to
San Diego on a visit and to attend the
M. E. conference.
J. Beatty, jr., has returned from San
Francisco, where he went to lay in his
stock of fall and winter goods.
All who have business or reports to
bring before the grand jury will be given
a chance to do so next Thursday, as it
conve.n'es on that day.
The trial of Jesus Moreno has been
continued to Thursday next.
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely do
yau good, If you have a Cough, Cold, or any
trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr.
Kiug's New Discovery lor Consumption,
Coughs aud Colds is guaranteed to give relief,
or money will be paid buck. Sufferers from
La Gripps found it just the thing and uuder its
use had a speedy aud perfect recovory. Try a
sample bottle at our expense and learn for
yourself just how good a thing it is. Trial bot
tles free at C. F. Heinzeman's, druggist and
chemist, 222 N, Main street. Large sue 50c.
aud $1.00.
Ladies, Here's Your Chance
To buy crockery, china, glass and tinware, of
latest desigas and patterns, about one-half the
usual prices, at tie Great American Importing
Tea Co's sto'es, 135 N. Main and 351 S. Spring
street Loi Angolcs. They have revolutionized
old-time price i. Go and see them.
Conpe No. 4, Hack No. 23,
Stand corner Sesoad and Sprint; streets from
i. pm.to B a.m. Telephone 273. Kates, 25c
per mile, one person, $L per hour, bargains
can be made N. Kipp.
St a( *
|f| Blood
Impure or -vitiated blood Is nino times out of
ten caused by some form of constipation or in
digestion that clogs up tho system, when the
blood naturally becomes impregnated with the
effete matter Tho old Sarsaparlllns attempt to
reach this condition by attacking the blood with
the drastic mineral "potash." The potash theory
is old and obsolete. Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparllla
is modern. It goes to the seat of the trouble. It
arouses the liver, kidneys and bowels to health
ful action, and invigorates the circulation, and
(he impurities are quickly carried off through
the natural channels. Chos. Lee, at Beamish's
Third and Market streets, S. F., writes: "1 took
it for vitiated blood and while on the first bcttle
Ijecame convinced of its merits, for I could feel
it was working a change. It cleansed, purified
and braced mo up generally, and everything is
now working full and regular."
IflV'Q Vegetable
JUI V Sarsaparllla
Many druggists have a cheaper Sarsaparllla
than Joy's. As they make more on it, they'll try
to sell you it. Intuit on Joy's.
WinterHTa sounds so nice,
I love to hear it spoken;
Not for the chilly thought
it gives,
Though words are oft
no token;
Easy enough your mind
will change,
Rest assured we'll make
I will explain just what
we mean,
Later on you'll take it.
Little drops of Winterilla
beautify the skin,
And make you look so
lovely you'll use it oft
again. (
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All Drußijists.
F.W . Braun A Co.. Wholesale Agents.
Sixty Bead of Horses.
Will be sold without reserve at
public auction at
Santa Paula, Cal,,
. ON—
Saturday, September 24.
The majority of the animals are well
broken, and include driving, draft and
saddle horses and brood mares.
Approved paper payable in two, four
and s x months, ana 5 per cent discount
for cash sales of over $500.
The stock is from Hesperian, Saxton
and Newry, and is from the famous Los
Alamos ranch, Santa Barbara county.
- a * er ' a '
Steady Power,
They cost less to operate than any other pow
er. First class satisfaction. Call and see en
giueifcperate, or write for circular.
200 N. Los A nicies st., Los Angeles.
8-4 3in d w
I'lA. uULL I| IO With the Los Angeles Optical
Institute, 125 Month Spring street, Los Angeles
Eyes examined frc*. Artificial eyes inserted.
Leiues ground to order on premises. Occullsts'
prescriptions correctly fllleo. 6 8 Oro
L. WILHELM, p 'Xo or
S2C 8. Main at., bet. Highlit and Ninth,
Telephone 197, Los Angeles.
Good rigs, geutle horses and reliable drivers.
Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses
boarded by the day, week or month. Horses to
let by the day, week or month. Brick stables;
fire proof. 9 9 tf
First-class music fnrnisbed for all
occasions; moderate rates. Dance
music a specialty. Office, 37 Old
Wilson Block, corner of First and
Spring; streets, Los Angel* s. 93 im
_ Our PEBFECTION STRINGS ftM »lth *»wr» bottlt.
euro. noNOTtRHiZA and Ot.EET In Osa to locs iltjl,
hr Ml nrn'ttOlSTS. Soutt., »ht Ail.lro.l !bl y.,00.'
H. N Bile & Son. agents, 20 8. Main st.
N|ann£ B9hE CHIIES
eWill cut Dry or Green
Bones, Meat, Gristle andall.
Green Cut BONES will
double the number of eggs
—will make them more for
tlle—will carry the hens
Eufely through the molting
period and put them in'
condition to lay when eggs
command the highest price
and will dovefope > your
faster - than > ajiy
Feed Green * Bones and,
use I'reosozoue to kill
the lice, and you will make'
0/1 fly per cent more profit
- Send for CatalogtteTand
B-"""- J |Ljflif> prices.
Ml] i |'I t'll Ui'TICIAJS, Jtyeß fltteu
. 0. ALluHii accurately with BPKCTA
the latest methods. Fine lenses a specialty.
Microscopes, talescopes, hydrometers, Darome
ters, thermometers, compasses, microscopic ob
jects, lantern slides, etc. Glasses ground to
order. Kenalrs promptly done.
No. 120 South Spring st., Los Angeles,
H-29 3m
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day ot
night. ' m 22 tf
Plumber and Gasfltter,
240 West Second Street.
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