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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DAY BY DAY
PASADENA PARAGRAPHS.
A FIKK WHICH EASILY MIGHT HAVE
BEEN WOKSB.
A Coat Cleanei's Peril—A Chautauqua
Entertaioment-Scholarshlps for
Throop University—Nei
and Personal Notes.
What came near being a eerious fire
occurred in the tailor shop of Evans <k
Greer, which is situated in the rear
part of Randall & Twombly's furnish
ing goods store, at about 10 o'clock this
morning.
It seems that Mr. Evans had taken a
small tub aid tilled it with gasoline for
the purpose of cleaning a coat. After
thoroughly saturating the garment with
the oil, he started tow ards the back
door with it for the purpose of drying it.
At one side of the door and under a
table, sat a small oil stove, burning. No
sooner had Mr. Evans got within a few
feet of this than he was enveloped in a
flame of fire, at tbe same time the tub
with gasoline became ignited, and a
five gallon can of the same liquid be
gan to blaze. It was only by prompt
work on the part of by-standers
that the entire block was
saved. As it waß, a number of suits of
clothing were ruined, and tbe fire charred
the back portion of the store. Mr.
Evans waß quite severely burned, and
will be laid up for some time. The
damages will amount to about $100.
The fire company was called out, but
everything was over when they arrived.
A delay was caused in responding to the
alarm by the fact that only one man was
in the engine bouse at the time, tbe rest
being out repairing the line of the alarm
telegraph, feme arrangement should
be made so that a sufficient number of
firemen shall always be on band.
A CHAUTAUO.UAN ENTERTAINMENT,
Strong's hall was well filled last even
ing by an audience that gathered to
hear a programme that had been ar
ranged by the Chautauqua circles of
this city. Mrs. Johnson, president of
the Marengo avenue circle, explained
that the meeting was called for the pur
pose of creating interest in the society,
and forming plans for t winter's work.
Professor Hamilton made a few re
marks, urging the formation of smaller
circles.
After prayer by Rev. D. D. Hill, Miss
Peck favored the audience with one ot
her excellently rendered solos. Rev. S.
W. Weller, president of the Long Beach
assembly, was then introduced, and de
livered a forcible addresß, explaining the
object of tbe association and its work
bag.
Mkb Ortega than Bang a solo in a very
sweet voice.
Rev. D. D. Hill made a few remarks,
and spoke of the past and future of tbe
organization. A. J. Wallace spoke a few
encouraging words, and Rev. M. Long
fellow made a short address.
The programme closed, after tbe read
ing of a letter from Bishop Vincent,
with several excellently rendered pieces,
by a string band.
TUROOI' SCHOLARSHIPS.
At the public meeting recently held in
honor of Father Throop, it was deemed
best to instruct the president of the
board of trade to appoint a committee
for the purpose of interesting our people
iv the matter of scholarships. In ac
cordance with this, President Masters
has issued the following notice:
The committee to interest our people
in the matter of scholarships in the
Throop polytechnic institute, which, at
the testimonial meeting given to Father
Throop about a week ago, it was decided
to appoint, has been announced by the
board of trade, and is as follows: Messrs.
T. P. Lnkens. James W. Scoville, B.
Marshall Wotkyns.Ool. J. Banbury, Mil
ford Fish, William Stanton, C. C.Brown
and M. E. Wood.
The gentlemen named in the above
committee are all thoroughly in earnest
in their support of this institution, and
all possible assistance should be given
them, as the direct and indirect results
of this school are sure to prove of in
calculable value to this community.
A meeting of the Mutual Burial asso
ciation has been called for Thursday
aftornoon, at 3 o'clock, in Williams hall.
Important business will come before the
meeting, and ail members are requested
to be present.
The Y. M. C. A. held its annual meet
ing for the election of officers this eve
aing in Strong's hall.
The action taken by the city council,
yesterday, in regard to sanitary plumb
ing affairs, was most sensible, and if
enforced will be of great value in im
proving the general health of the city.
There will be a minstrel performance
at Williams' hall on October sth.
Dr. Breese, former pastor of the
Methodist church at this place, has been
assigned to Simpson church, Los An
geles.
A number of Pasadenians will visit
the celebration at San Diego this week.

REDONDO.
Shipping News—Local Happenings— Ho
tel Arrivals.
Redondoßeach, Sept. 27.—The steam
er Hermosa came to her dock at 1:20 p.
m. today, landing 1(3 passengers from
Avalon, and got away for that port in re
turn at 2:45 p. m., taking 2 passengers
for Catalina,
The regular steamers running between
Redondo, San Pedro and Catalina island
will be discontinued for the present on
the Ist proximo. The last trip of the
Hermosa to Redondo will be made on
Thursday, September 29th; to San Pe
dro, September 30th. The steamer Fal
mon will continue to make a weekly trip
on Saturdays from San Pedro, Redondo
and Avalon. The success attending the
business of the line this season has been
satisfactory, and it is understood as the
policy of the Wilmington Transportation
company that, immediately businets
warrants, the steamers will resnme reg
ular trips. The Hermosa will undergo
some repairs and improvements while
laid up.
The Ocean-View pharmacy is today
being consolidated with the old drug
house of J. A. May in the Weeks block.
Harry Van, the jeweler who occupied
one side of the Ocean-View pharmacy
■tore, will take up quarters one door
north, in tbe Ocean-View hotel block.
A good number of our citizens are
arranging to visit San Diego, to take
part in tne Cabrillo celebration, which
takes place September 28th and 29ih.
Arrivals today at the Redondo are
John K. Hinds, G. Wiley Wells, Los
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1892.
Angeles; J. A. Farnsworth, Seattle; 8.
M Wadley, Cincinnati, O; John Acker
man, San Francisco.
Ocean-View house arrivals are: W. P.
Garr, E. G. Townsend, Los Angeles; J.
A. Dicker, Brazil, Ind.; J. H. Dunn,
Pomona; A. F. Judson, Colton.
LONG BEACH.
People's Flirty Township Nominations.
Local Matters.
Long Beach, Sept. 27.—The People's
Party club held its weekly meeting last
night, and the party nominated
the following township officers:
Justices of the peace, Harry Carter and
R. B. Robinson ; constables, Fred Snell
and N. J. Kinman. R. B. Robinson was
tbe chairman of the meeting, and H. C.
Dillon, secretary. A. large crowd was
present, including a number of Demo
crats and Republicans, who were prob
ably obseivlng before they would go into
the fold. However, their observations
were cut short, for they were invited to
leave the hall while the People's party
selected its candidates. This party
claimed today that they would carry
50 votes here, which is nearly one-half
of the total vote caet. A People's party
paper is being largely circulated here,
and whenever a Republican or a Demo
crat makes some prophecy for the elec
tion, the third partyites pull a copy of
the paper from their pocket and begin
to read to the other fellow, and almost
invariably tbe would-be prophet talks
about the weather or the new wharf.
S. 6. Houghton and the other Re
publicans are advertised to speak here
Friday night. Mr. Decker was arrang
ing today for speaking accommo ations.
The Independent Order of Foresters
is preparing to give, the early part of
October, a banquet, with a literary and
musical programme, to the citizens of
Long Beach and vicinity. The affair
will be held in the Tabernacle and tbe
invitations will be issued by the local
Foresters, and the citizens holding the
invitations are to be the guestß of the
order. High Chief Ranger G. M. Mc-
Elfresh will address the meeting. A
musical programme is also to be given.
F. L. Dames is to roast a pig for the
affair.
The people are pleased to learn by the
morning papers that Rev. E. A. Healy
is to remain here for another year.
E. A. Benefield left yesterday for
Arrowhead Hot springs, to remain one
week.
Captain Healy went to Los Angeles
today.
Long; Beach Business Directory.
HOLM AN,' THE 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 SPORTISG GOODS—L. A.
Bailey, corner Third and Pine streets.
FETTERMAN HOUSE, Pine sfeet near First.
Nicety furnished rooms with board; rates,!!.2s
per day. Mrs. I. L. Fet.erman, proprietress.
J. W. WOOD, M. D., office OTer Holman's
drug store.
THE ALAMITOS LAND COMPANY is offer
ing Jo's and acres in choice locations at reas
onable prices and upon easy terms.
UNION MEAT MARKET, corner Plae and
Second streets. A first-class establishment. F.
L Dames, proprietor. Cold storage.
SPEARS & EVEY, livery and boarding stable,
Ocean avenue aud Pine street.
W. W. LOWE—Real estate, insurance and no
ary public.
POMONA.
_
An Autumn Flower Show Proposed—Off
to San Diego.
Pomona, Sept. 27.—The ladies are
hard at work formulating plans for an
autumn flower show, or more properly
speaking, a flower show of autumn
flowere, which they contemplate giving
in the near future, probably some three
or four weeks from now, lasting three
evenings at least, if not longer, during
the moonlight nights.
One corner of the opera house is to be
made just as bright and preUy as
autumn flowers will make it; another
feature will be a landscape garden.
At this afternoon's meeting in Union
hall to discuss these questions Mrs.
Hawkins presided ; Mrs. Clark was sec
retary. Others present were Mrß. Me-
Berve, Mrs. Angelow, Mrs. Paine and
Mrs. Charles French.
Another meeting is set for next Tues
day afternoon, at 2:30, in Union hall,
and all who have in mind floral designs
to suggest, or would be willing to make
came, or donate flowers or their services,
will be warmly received.
Twenty-five Pqmona people during
the past few days, have gone over the
Santa Fe to be in attendance at San
Diego's fiesta. Those leaving today
were: Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Haskell,
Mrß. H. G. Tinsley, Messrs. Geo. L.
Henry, A. N. Harris, Steve Alden, Bert
Bailey and Mr. Reeves, sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stoddard Jess and son
and Mrs. Geo. Jess, returned from their
eastern trip yesterday.
Pomona Briefs.
IF YOU are contemplating getting a nice car
riage, park wagon, pcaeton or buggy, call at
Phil Stein's. He buys direct!? from the.fac
ory and undersells all competitors
POMONA NURSERY, Howiand Bros., props.
Citrus and deciduous trees. Olivesa specialty.
Office, First National Bauk block.
J. C. ASTON, undertaker and embalmer. The
only house in city carrying fl t it-class goods from
which to select. Main sireet, north of railroad.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, C.
Seaver, president; Stoddard Jess,cashier. Capi
tal paid up, $100,000; a general banking busi
ness transacted.
KKLLEtt'B HOTEL, Thomas street, Pomona,
Cal., centrally located, two blocks from depot;
rooms neat and clean and fitted up ln good
style; the beßt family hotel in the city; meals,
->'•. Morris Keller, proprietor.
BROWNE & CO., the popular druggists.
Puiityof everything guaranteed. Prescriptions
accurately compounded. Cor. 2d and Thomas.
PADOHAM—Lunch goods for camping.
INSURANCE THAT INSURES—Fire, life and
accident insurance. Driftlll & Lewis, agents.
FOR SALE—Simmons large size refrigerator
cheap. B. B, Nesbtt, Pomona.
C. C. ZILLES & CO,, manufacturing jewelers,
McComas block.
OLD PAPERS for sale at Thb Hzbald office.
ADVERTISE in the columns of The Herald.
Heng Lee's Oloslng-Out Sale.
All kinds 0 silk and crepe silk dress patterns,
dressing gowns shawls fancy scr.ens, Chinese
and Japanese curiosities, etc. f»reat reduction
ln gentleman's furnishing goods and ladles'
underwear. 505 North Main street, opposite
postoffl.ee, station O
J. P. Taggart & Co.,
Wholesale and retail liquor dealers, have re
ceived a full supply of Old Taylor Whisky.
115 South Spring street, next to Nadeau hotel.
John Wleland beer fresh on draught, 5 cents a
glass.
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zobeleln's Lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bo ties or ksgs.
Office and Brewery, 444 Aliso st. Telephone 91
California Vinegar Works.
555 Banning street, opposite soap factory,
near Alameda and First streets, one-half block
from electric light works.
Hot commercial lunuu uot.y at The Kx
change, -28 South Sprin." reet. Mussel Juice.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor!^
ORANGE COUNTY NEWS.
THE RACE TRACK ATTRACTS MANY
VISITORS.
A Conple of Thousand Strangers In the
City — Good Order Prevails.
Santa Ana Notea and
Brevities.
Banta Ana, Sept. 27.—The race track
drew large crowds away from town to
day, and hence the streets were very
deserted, and but little of interest is to
be noted. Fully 2000 strangers are in
town; and, despite this fact, so ample
are the accommodations provided, that
there is still plenty of room for all who
may desire to come. The strangers here
are drawn mostly to the races, and
hence are decidedly horsey. No law
lessness will be permitted during the
races, and gamblers and fakirs give this
city a wide berth.
SANTA ANA BREVITIES.
The superior court is in session, at
tending to matters of a civil character.
Twenty-five Santa Anans left today
for San Diego.
C. D. Ambrose, oi Arch Beach, was in
town today, making arrangements for
the erection of a telegraph line between
this city and Arch Beach. A dai'y
stage line is also to be put on, and this
village will be thus afforded better ac
commodations than heretofore.
J. Willetß, owner of Siikwood, was
slightly hurt Monday evening by being
thrown from his cart. He was standing
in front of a blacksm'th shop when the
street car track cleaner went by and
scared tbe animal he was driving.
Henry Bell, of Los Angeles, is down
to take in the races.
The pool sellers opened the pool box
for about an hour in the Brunswick ho
tel Monday evening, but did not succeed
in selling very many poo's.
Mi9s Minnie Roper, who has been sick
for the past few days, is able to be on
tbe street again.
Wells, Fargo & Co. moved their
office from the corner of Fourth and
West street to the room in the rear of
the Commercial bank, on Main street.
Frank Wig,;iDe, of the Angel city, was
in town yesterday, en route to San
Diego.
E. O. Mclntire, late appointed pastor
of the M. E. Church North, of this city,
arrived in town yesterday noon. He
will move his family to this city at once.
The Rev. Healey will occupy the pulpit
next Sunday, as usual.
The Democratic county central com
mittee have endorsed C. F. Bennett, the
People's party candidate for the assem
bly from this district. This insures the
election of Mr. Bennett.
Robinson's circus exhibits here to
morrow.
Many Orange county horses will start
in the Los Angeles races next week, and
this county will send large delegations
to them also. A lively interest is mani
fested in many of the events. It is also
understood that this county will make
a creditable showing of exhibits in the
pavilion.
THE CROPS.
The Weather Bureau's Report of Their
Condition.
Observer Franklin, of the weathei
bureau, makes the following report on
the condition of the crops in Southern
California for the week ending the 26th
instant:
LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
Duarte —No important change since
last report. All is favorable to fruits
and fruit drying. Maximum tempera
ture 99, aud minimum temperature 54
degrees.
Lancaster—Farmers are storing their
grain, in hopes of an advance in price.
Notwiihstanding the low price and short
crop, a greater acreage will be sown this
year than last.
Vernon—Cool, foggy nights and warm
days the rule. Orange prospects still
good.
Paeadena—Temperature favorable to
ripening of grapes and raisin drying, but
hindered slightly by cold nights and
morning fcgs. Tbe prune crop is good;
lemons are very scarce; oranges well set,
except seedlings. Walnuts a Urge crop.
Grapes a fair crop, but very late. High
est temperature, 86; lowest, 49 degrees.
VENTURA COUNTY.
Bardsdale—Early part of the week
heavy fogs; last few days very warm.
Raisin curing in progress, under favora
ble conditions.
Hueneme—Bean threshing will com
mence again; the weather has been fa
vorable.
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY.
Ontario—The last few days have been
warm and dry. Work is well along in
grape picking and the conditions are
favorable for curing.
Chino—The warmer weather of the
past few days is ripening peurs, prunes
and figs, and making them extra good
in quality. From" 400 to 450 tons of
sugar beets aro being harvested daily,
and are of an unprecedentedly high
grade.
ORANGE COUNTY.
Anaheim—The corn crop is being
gathered and is yielding well on irri
gated lands, but in a great many instan
ces, is a failure, or light on lands not ir
rigated, Weather warm and pleasant.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY.
San Diego—The weather during the
latter part of the week was beneficial to
all sections, for raisin drying. Temper
ature 21 degrees below the normal.
Poultry', i'eanuts and Foxes.
A good brother in the peanut region
makes the following complaint and
query: "lly friends, I am troubled and
damaged very much by the foxes. They
scratch up my peanuts and devour my
poultry—many dollars' worth In a year.
Can anybody tell me what kind of" bait
will get them into traps? Samson caught
300 and burned np the Philistines' corn
with them. Please call on Bible inter
preters and doctors of divinity to tell
what sort of bail Samson used and let
me hear." The mini ;try ought to feel a
special interest in this case since the
foxes are making such inroads on the
poultry supply.—Richmond Religious
Herald.
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Prices reasonable. Special attention to horses
boarded by the day, week or month. Horses to
let by tbe day, week or month. Brick stables;
Are proof. 9-9 tf
Damiana
mm\ Bitters
W KsH?# The Great Mexican Remedy.
\ Gives health anil strength to
TftAflE M£™*« the Sexual Organs.
D. J. M'CARTHY,
Of 150 N. Main St., Los Angeles,
has a resort at
SECOND AND PINK STREETS, LONG BEACH.
A full line of California wines and brandies.
Wieland's beer on draught. 9-6 lm
Weak Men and Women
SHOULD USE If Am AN A BITTF.RR,
tho Great Mexican Remedy; gives Health
»nd Strength to the Sexual Organs
REPUBLICAN NOMINEES.
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY RECORDER.
Election Tuesday, November 8, lst»2.
JABEZ BANBURY,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY TREASURER,
♦ ■ ,
Election Tuesday, November 3,1892.
W. FRANUI:CO,
Regular Republican nominee for
SUPERVISOR
(Second Supervisorial District).
Election Tuesday, November S, isass,
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.
QKNERAL JOHN B. MATHEWS; ~~
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senatorial Distrlot.
P. SNYDER,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, .
Seventy-fifth Assembly Dlatilot.
JfRANK G. FINLAYSONU
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEH
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN,
Seventy-third Assembly District.
jyjARTIN C. MARsH,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC) NOMINEE
FOR SHERIFF.
£(OL. E. X. HEWITT,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR COUNTY* TAX COLLECTOR.
jp B. COLVER,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR AUDITOR.
JJENRY B. BELT;
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR RECORDER.
-yy B. SCARBOROUGH,
RECiULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR.
JJ C. DILLON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY,
-QR. R. C. GUIRADO,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINBI
FOR CORONER.
J£ L. siewkkeT
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CONSTABLE.
P. RICHARDSON,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR CONSTABLE.
JAMES HAN LEY,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR SUPERVISOR FIFTH DISTRICT.
Q 8. BARTHOLOMEW,
REGULAR »
DEMOCRATIC AND PEOPLE'S PARTY
NOMINEE FOR
TOWNSHIP JUSTICE.
T. COLLINS,
REGULAR
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
FOR BUPKPVTSOR SECOND DISTRICT.
REPUBLICAN NOMINEES.
ALTER . ; '
Regular Republican nominee for
STATE SENATOR,
Thirty-seventh Senatorial Distrlot,
Blectlon Tuesday, November 8,1802
JOHN 0. CLINE,
Regular Republican nominee for
SHERIFF,
Blectlon Tuesday, November 8,1892.
rpROWBRIDOR H. WARD,
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY CLBBK,
Election Tuesday, November 8,1892.
-SHRANK. E. LOPEZ,
(Present City Auditor,)
Regular Republican nominee for
COUNTY AUDITOR,
Blectlon Tuesday, November 8,1892.
M. KELSEY,
Regular Republican nominee fee
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR,
Election Tuesday. November.B,lB92,

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