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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. The Closing Day of the Chrys- anthemum Fair. A Notable Concert and Ball at Santa Monica. Very low Tides at Bedondo — Santa Ana's Great Bace-Bedlands and Pomona News Notes and Personals. Pasadena, Nov. 4.—The chrysanthe mum fair closed this evening. During the three days the fair has been open nearly $250 has been realized, which is certainly a most encouraging showing. The 2 o'clock dinner has proved most popular, and has been well patronized. The display of flowers was one that any city might well be proud of. A large landscape picture of Pasadena and vicinity, by Mr. Gordon, was placed in position today, and attracted much attention. Mrs. M. Rosenbaum waa in charge to day, assisted by the following ladies: Mines. Fuller, Graft, Frary, Evanß, Ben nett, Arthur, England, Kyle, Stewart and Misses Conger. Lulu Conger, Ball, Dodsworth, Fuller, Wheaton, Bartlett and Albright. The evening programme was in charge of Prof. O. S. Taylor. It consisted of a song by Mrs. Taylor; duet, Mi'fs Buchan an and" Mrs. Carlisle; solo, Miss Cullen ; solo, Mr. Logic; piano solo, Mrs. Simp son; solo, Mrs. Carlisle; solo, Miss Buchanan; duet, Miss Cullen and Mrs. Carl sle. A large audience was preeeHt, who heartily enjoyed the programme. 'Jbelßdies and members of this so ciety are doing a good work in this com munity, although but little show is made. The money that has been raised by this fair will place the association upon its feet again, and no doubt much good will he accomplished among the poor during the coming winter. BASEBALL. Tomorrow at 2 o'clock on the Athletic club grounds, an interesting game of ball will be played, the contestants on one side being all followers of Grover, while Benjamin will be well represented on the opposing team. The personnel of the teams is as follows: Democrats—Cogswell c.; Bridges, p.; Decker, lb.; Shaffer, 2b.; Chapman, s. b. ; Blattenburg, 3b.; Palmateer, c. f.; Pompie, r. f.; Rippey, 1. f. The g. o. p. is represented by Bene dict, c. ; Newby, p.; Spencer, b. s. ;W. Benedict, 2b.; Johnson, 1.f.; Bovnton, 3b ; Kendall, 2b.; Knight, c. f.; Miller, r. f. Everybody is invited. No tickets will be taken at the door. THE PROHIBITIONISTS. The Prohibition meeting«at Williams' hall last evening was well attended, the room being crowded. About half of the number present, however, were ladies. The meeting was presided over by Dr. Reid. Music was furnished by the club and was excellent. Ten-minute speeches were made by Mrs. M. M. Brown, president of the W. C. T. TJ.; J. C. Habbick, James Town send, Wm. Ramuel, T. B. Palmer, F. B. Steams, A. K. Nash, J. W. Habbick, Geo. B. Mellarry. C. C. Thompson, Geo. W. Barnhart, M. Fish, J. M. Glass. The meeting closed witb a song and on the whole was a very pleasant affair. NOTES. The politician is around calling en old friends. Don't forget the ball game tomorrow. The Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon meetings are attracting a large number of young men. Mr. Parker of the Poly tecnii; institute, will lead next Sunday's meeting. Prof. Frye will deliver a lecture in the Carlton parlors this evening for the benefit of the Ladies' auxiliary to the world's fair committee. The reception at Professor Keye's residence on Grand avenue, this even ing, was well attended, a large number of scholars aud friends being present. A union church service will be held Thanksgiving day. Rev. C. E. Harris will deliver the sermon from the Presby terian pulpit. The State EdHorial association meets here on the 15th of November. Arrange ments are being made to give them a hearty welcome. Attention of voters is called to the fact that sample ballots may be ob tained from Mr. James Campbell at McDonald & Brooks' office. All votere should examine their new ballot, and be sure they understand voting it before election day. Pasadena Briefs. Pasadena office oi the Hkbald, No. 14 West Colorado street Advertisements and subscrip tions received. ST. NICHOLAS, half block from tetminus of the Los Angeles, l'assdetia and Glendale rail way. Kates $o to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Lain, proprietor. I MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE, resr of post-ofiice. Safe and si\ llsh turu outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 50. C. GARIBALDI, dealer in wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, also canned goods. Bast Colorado street cor. Chestnut aveuue. COOK & EJKOZA, general blacksmithing. No. 15 Union street. G. 8. MAYHKW, real estate broker. 20% West Colorado street. Loans and investments. P. P. BONHAM, plumbing, steam beating and gas fitting, ID East Colorado street. BROWN & SUTLIKF, carpets, curtains and shades, upbolstering, steam carpet cleaning. 99 south Fair Oak* aveuue. THE CROWN VILLA; centrally located; newly papered and furn>shed throughout; lighted by electricity. First class only. COLUMBIA RESTAURANT, Bust Colorado street Brock way block. Conducted in iirst class style. Moderate charges. ELITE BILLIARD HALL, 14 South Fair Oaks avenue. Chas. Grimes, proprietor. D. S. BABSSTT. » adies' and Gents' Tonsorial Parlors. Ladies' Lair cutting, curling aud shampooing. 5 East Colorado street. PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad way. General blaeksmithing and woodwork. Kaudlemeu it De Hay. M'DON ALD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans and houses for rev .. Bargains lv houses and lanchts. 7 East ( olorado street. SAMUKL WEIGHT, It)!) East Colorado Btreet Real estate. Pension claims a specialty. Em ployment furnished. Help supplied. ARTHUR 11. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental rooms Eldridge buildlni", Pasadena. MEROANTII.K LUNCH HOUSE, 32 Bonth Fa r Oaks avenue. Meab at all hours. KEYtfl ONE LUNCH, 22 South Fair Oaks av» nue. Meals cooked to order at all hours. W. 8. FAIRM AN, the painter house, ilgu and carriage painting paper hanging, calsomining etc., corner Broadway aud Kansas btreet. OMAHA WAFFLE HoiKE. 12 South Fair Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. C. L. Berry, proprielor. THE BALMORAL first-class in every depart ment; rates $2.50 per day and upward. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, stenm heat ed, hot and cold water, el. vator, and til mod ern imp ovement". THE PAIN 1 Eft HOTEL, fair Oaks and Washingtoo; fiisi-elasa family hotel. LOS AN()"LKS HOU E. comer Colorado street and Del", ej avenue; transient*, $1 and $1.50 per any; first-, lass. P. Klein, proprielor NORTH PASADKSM RESORT, tine wines, liq'-ors and olg«r« * P. T!r< un. p'oprletor. KHRCKHOFr-CUZN*.R Mill aud Lumber Co., corner Broadway and Kansas street. LOS ANGLES HERALD; SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1892. SANTA MONICA. A Notable Benefit Concert and Ball. Local Affalri. Santa Monica, Nov. 4.—The concert and ball given by the ladies of Santa Monica on Wednesday last, the proceeds, of which were given to the family of R. Bunker, who formerly lived here and was one of the unfortunates who were killed at the catastrophe at the Colum bus celebration, was a grand succees both socially and financially. As soon as it was known tbat Mr. Bunker was hurt Mrs. Ken Summerfield started tbe ball a rolling and kept, at the matter night and day, being aoly assisted by Mrs. H. X. Goetz, Mrs. J. T. Connelly and other ladies, and the success which crowned their efforts was a well merited encomium on their labors, and the broad charity of Santa Monicans who turned out en masse and not only enjoyed them selves but had the added consciousness of being participants in a worthy move ment. The opera house, where the entertain ment was held, was prettily decorated with flowers and evergreens. The following artists appeared : Miss Addie Boehme, Mrs. Tyler, Miss Mamie E. Guiberson, Mr. Harry Mayburn, Mrs. A. G. Marks, Misses Ottie Scott and Eva Parker, Mrs. L. E. Hubbell, Roeie Lohman and Mabel Wilson, the Soldiers' Home baud and our own local band. Miss Emma Volkman accom- panying. Special mention should be made of Miss Boehme'srenditi' nof Recompense, from Mignon, and of Mrs. L. E. Hub bell's recitations, although every selec tion was a good one. All did their part well. At the close of the concert the floor was cleared for dancing, ihe ladies cleared over $89, and feel proud of their success, especially when the entertain ment at Illinois hall recently only netted $40. NOTES. Messrs. H. W. Keller, W. T. Gildis and Eugene Boehme are enjoying a week's shooting at the Maliber. Miss Minnie Withrow, who has been absent for some time, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Cora Baker of Indiana, are wintering here. Miss Withrow will probably remain with her mother. Colonel Kowalsky has gone to San Francisco, intending to return after the election. Maj. R. Dwyer has left, to return shortly, he says. Gossips connect his name'with toe forthcoming manage of the Arcadia. Mr. H. A. Luckabow of Cincinnati is visiting the seaside. November days have come, and they are beautiful beyond description; not only are tbe days especially charming, but the nights equally so with flood of Luna's rays on land and sea. The sun sets are the artists' idea of beauty, and everything goes merrily at'the beaute ous Eeabide town, notwithstanding a cotempore of the Herald says the en gineer's report is favorable to San Pedro, which our citizens do not believe. In the meantime, while our citizens are attending to business, the children to their school dutieß, the parsons to their prayers, and the ladies, God bless them, to the social Bide of life, the big Southern Pacific wbaif grows with marvelous rapidity. For three years your correspondent has lived at Santa Monica and scribbled in her cause, tryiug to do hia duty. I have alwaya found her citizens courte ous, kind and generous, but especially bas this been exemplified to me lately during the long illness in my family, when their innumerable acts ot Kind ness have touched the innermost re cesses of my heart. This seems to me to be the only way I can thank them, and to tell them that the remembrance of their kindly consideration will remain with me always. REDONDO. Very Low Tide* Favor H outers of Curios. Redondo Beach, Nov. 4.—The ex tremely low tide prevailing these days has induced many prospecting parties along the beach, and some remarkable curios have been picked up. A party of young people yesterday went down the coast as far as Point Vincent and brought back aB trophies 137 beautiful abalone shells, a great variety ot Indian arrow heads and many queer varieties of star fish and other original specimens of na ture's productions cast up by the sea. The steamer Bonita, Captain Tribbles, from the north, arrived in port today at 8 a. m. and landed 70 tons of merchan dise for Redondo. She got away for San Pedro at 12 o'clock, noon. The steamer Coos Bay, northward from Newport and San Pedro, arrived at 4:30 p.m. today, and will take out a large freight for San Francisco, consist ing of grain, peaauts and merchandise, and a good list of passengers, leaving at 0:30 p. m., schedule time. A full and enthusiastic meeting of the Democracy will be assembled this even ing at the rink to hear J. Marion Brooks and several other prominent speakers expound the true doctrines of the great party. Arrivals at the Hotel. Redondo are: MissJeantietteT. McCook, Los Angeles; Geo. Summers, L. R. Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Sessions, Chicago; L. L. Doremus, San Francisco; Phillip Gregg, C. S. Peterson, Samuel S. Edmonds, Los Angeles. Arrivals at the View house are: W. H. Storey, Southern California rail way; Robert Bird, Wincent Wallace, Horace White, Los Angeles ; Thos Good ing, Pomona; Silas L. Watts, P. H. Sal lurt, San Gabriel; Geo. G. Sheeban, San Francisco. POMONA. The I. O. O. V. Entertainment Touight. Notes. Pomona, Nov. 4.—The I. O. 0. P. are to give an entertainment tomorrow evening, at McCotnas' new hall. An interesting literary and musical pro gramme will be rendered, consisting of recitations, addresses, vocal acd instru mental solos and duets, with piano and guitar accompaniments, etc. Los Angeles bound Pomona people to day wers: Mrs. C. Seaver, child and nurse, J. B. Camp nnd daughter, W. O. Post, E. B. Smith, A. 1.. Tavlor and James H. Todd. Mr. Franklin Cogswell placed on ex hibition at Paine & Armstrong's feed store today a 61-pound mangel-wurzel beet. Black Flag waß played here last night by the Crawford Comedy company. To morrow afternoun East Lynne will be presented, the evening's play being Fate. Pomona Briefs FIKST NATIONAL BANK of Pomona, C. Seaver, president; -aoddard Jess, cashier. Capi tal paid up, $ 109,000! a general banking uubi nesstransacted. MR. THOMAS will sell lace curtains at a dis count of 20 per cent for one week only, begin ning November 1. Don't fail to come and look at them. ADVERTISE ln the columns of Thb Hkp.ald. OUi papers for aale at run Hkbald oince. ORANGE COUNTY. Today* Great Race at Santa Ana. Politic!. Santa Ana, Nov. 4.—This bright, warm, clear, sunshiny day has brought gladness to the heart of many a Santa Anan who anxiously got out of bed this morning, fearing that it might have rained, or that the Santa Ana wind would be blowing. This weather is all that could be desired, and more than we could expect at Uns season of the year, were it not for tbe fact that we are liv ing in such a favored region. The great race ia the cause for all this fear —for cropa are of minor importance these days. The track ia in superb condition and there seems to be no doubt but the directors have fulfilled their promise of making it the fastest regulation course in the state. Today the two great horses were worked out, and showed some wonderful bursts of speed, Oar Dick finishing the last quarter of a mile in a 1:54 gait. Both horses are in the finest of condition and betting is now about even, with Our Dick stock showing an upward ten dency. Several horsemen came in on the train tonight, from Los Angeles and San Francisco, who are backing the northern pacer, but Santa Ana has plenty of sporty boys who have lots of Silkwood money. There is one thing sure, and that is that those who attend will see a genuiue contest, and it is any body's race tonight. The tricycle races tomorrow will aleo be » feature of the programme at the race track. Some of tbe best wheelmen in the state, that is amateurs, will en ter, and fast time will be made. The attendance will be large, without a doubt. NOTES. Nine marriage licenses were issued in Orange county last month. R. F. del Valle held a largely attended meeting in Mills' hall tonight, talking on the Democratic principles. Mr. del Valle fully maintained his reputation of being one of the best speakers in the state. The Republican party of this *ounty is making a great bid for the Mexican votes in this county, and have had R. F. Sepulveda make several political speeches in Spanish to them. Some of the leading and most intelligent Mexi cans in the county, however, are Demo crats, and it is sate to say that the Dem ocratic candidates will get a good part of the Mexican votes. It is claimed now that Orange county is Democratic, a careful poll of the votes confirming this fact. Whether or not this is true mat ters but little, for the men nominated for the county offices ou the Democratic ticket are more popular and better qual ified to fill the offices to which they aspire, and will be elected by handsome majorities anyway. It will take at least fifty cars to carry off the walnut crop of Orange county this season, which is valued at $100,000. The crop of peanuts, which is a good one, also runs up in value to many thousands of dollars. J. H. Collins of Lob Angelea wns in town today. The gentleman addressed a large meeting of Prohibitionists at Orange last night. A pleasant birthday surprise party was tendered Mrs. J. A. Smiley at her house in this city, by her friends last night. Geo. D. Mings and Alice H. Rowland, both residents of Los Angeles county, were granted a license to wed today here. The Santa Ana Library society will meet at the residence of Mrs. R. J. Blee, on Saturday, November stb, at 2 p. m. Mrs. A. S. Averill of Los Angeles, di rector. Thomas Clothier, a native of Massa chusetts and residing at Tustin, died this morning, aged 50 years. Geo. Irvine has returned from a trip to San Francisco. The Santa Ana Gun club had an oys ter supper at the Brunswick hotel last night, and enjoyed a splendid time. Mine hoat, J. A. Jones, may not be the best shot in the world, but be does know how to get up a fiuesupper. Twenty-one persons sat down to the table, and a merry good time was had until mid night. The Santa Ana Gun club is an organization composed of Ed Parker, president; Clarence Parker, secretary; J. A. Jones, steward; Andrew Karris, J. A. Turner, G. A. Edgar, L. Saunders, of Los Angeles, M. Chubb, George Bes sonett and Walter 8. John. It is in tended to have pigeon shoots at regular intervals, and the club is a decided suc cess. The chrysanthemum tea given by the ladies of the Episcopal church al the residence of A. A. Dickson last night was a pleasant affair. The elegant home was beautifully decorated with flowers. Mrs. Dickson was assisted by Mmes. E. E. Edwards, L. H. and A. L. Padg -1 am. The young ladies who presided at the tea tables were the Misses Clay ton, Leslie, Howe, Jones and Usher. The following was the programme for the evening: Vocal soto, Mrs. J. G. Scarborough; violin solo, C. P. Krybl: vocal tnd instrumental solos, Mrs. A. Spencer. Captain Montgomery of the Salvation army here will hold farewell services in this city Sunday, after which he leaves for some other place. REDLANDS. The Liquor Question After the Smoke of Battle -Politic* Red Hot. Rkdlanus, Nov. 4.—Mr. 0. W. San ders, of Sanders & Coleman, civil engi neers, of Los Angeleß, is in the city on business of the Highland Improvement company. Hon. Marcellue Manley. Democratic candidate for state eeuator from this district, is in town, making many friends. The liquor question is still the topic of the day. Now that the smoke has cleared away and the result of the ex plosion becomes apparent, it appears that the innocent have been hit by the explosives as well as those at whom the charge was aimed. Take, for instance, the Windsor hotel aud theTerruce Villa, Not even the most radical Prohibition ists desire the invalids and conservative visitors at these exemplary and fashion able inns to be denied theirsip of claret, yet the well stored cellars of theße places hold many dollars' worth of inno cent beverages which are dead losses to their proprietors. Many desirable visitors will criticize tbe place aa a wiuter resort if their man ners of life ate interfered with by rnth lefß and unnecessary restrictions. Cer tainly, saloons or no .saloons, all well wishers of Redlands recognize and acknowledge that the leading hotels must cater to the splendid clase of peo ple who are flocking to them and who, almost to a man, invest here. The Republicans go on a special train to San Bernardino tonight. Tiny come to Redlands from San Bernardino, Colton, Riverside and Moreno tomorrow night and Monday night all hands go to Riverside. It 19 expected there will be big turnouts. MORE ILLEGAL REGISTRATION. Auburn Haired Harry Hayes in Trouble and Jail. He Is Charged with Appearing Twice on the List. The Two Begin! ration Beoelpts Which Are Supposed to Be Hie—Super visor Flint's Letter to the Central Committee. Two men are, so far, in jail, charged with illegal registration, with a prospect of many more today. The first was William Paul, a Repub lican, indicted by the grand jury. The second was arrested yesterday af ternoon on a complaint filed in the fed eral court by George Brown, in the employ of Betective A. B. Lawson. His name, as he gave it to United states Commissioner Van Dyke when he was arrigned, is Harry Hayes, and he says he is a Democrat. He is charged with registering twice, and there are some very singular feat ures about the case. A Herald reporter was shown the two registration receipts, which are the basis of the charge. They are both in the name of Hugh Hayes, and the officers are sure that they have secured tho right man. If they have, it will be in order for the two registration deputies to explain some puzzling discrepancies in the descrip tions they took of tbe man. In one of the certificates Hugh Hayes gives his place of residence in the Eighth ward, at No. 150 North Main street. He is described as being 48 years old, 5 feet B'_. inches tall, with dark complexion, brown eyes and black hair. Hia occu pation is given as a stonemason and his place of birth New York. He makes his mark and was registered by Deputy George H. Buckingham. No. 150 North Main Btreet is a saloon kept by a man named McCarthy, and it has been ascertained tbat Hayes was known around there, where he loafed, ac Red, or Hugh. There are no sleep ing apartments there, aud while there may be some above, that is a different number. The second certificate is also by Hugh Hayes. Iv it 'he man is described as 51 years old, 5 feet OK, inches tall. He has a darkcomplexion, brown eyes,dark hair, waa born in "Pensyvania," and is a stone-mason. His residence is given as in the Second ward, at. the Olympia house on First street. No such man is known at the Olympic house on First Btreet, between Main and Spring streets. This certificate was issued by Deputy J. L. Sicking. The man who is arrested is a brawny six-footer, and is the reddest-headed, reddest-complexioned man in the city. He is the only Hayes who is known around McCarthy's saloon, and there seems to be little doubt that he is the man, although he has made a number of contradictory statements. Witnesses will be produced who will state that the red-headed prisoner said that be was going to vote twice at the ensuing election, and that he could be dark, gray or green-headed when nec essary. He is a very "flip" fellow with his tongue and did not seem to mind it in the least when he was escorted to the county jail, being unable to give the re quired $500 bail fixed by Commissioner Van Dyke. His examination was set for next Monday, November Tth, at 2 p. m. The off-nse with which the prisoner is charged iB a very serious one under the federal laws. If convicted, he can be punished by a fine not to exceed $500, by imprisonment not to exceed three yeara, or both. In case the facts alleged are proved, the deputy registration clerks will be obliged to hustle considerably to show that they were color blind when the übiquitous stonemason ehowed his flam ing visage and sun-dyed hair in their registration offices. The descriptions given by both deputies no more fit Harry or "Hugh" Hayes than the av erage Republican's description of the tariff benefits fits the actual truth of the matter. There are a number of other cases in pickle in which complaints will be filed today, LETTER FROM THE CHIEF SPPERVISOR. The following letter waß yesterday sent out by Chief Supervisor Frank P. Flint: Office Chief Supervisor of Election,) Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 4, 1892. j C. F. A. Last, Chairman Democratic County Centra 1 Committee: Charles Siieni, Chairman Republican County Central Committee: J F. Oraiak Chairman Republican Congression al Committee, sixt> CoDgiessioual District; B. W. batcnelor, Chairman People's Party Cen tral Committee: George -. Patton, Chairman Democratic Con gressional Committee, Sixth Congressional Distiic.t: George J. Denis, Chairman Auxiliary Demo cratic stale Central Committee: Dear Sirs: Mv attention "has been If you have ,JleaDllneSB freckle / Texas''vi ; ' : > '' l \ h? next your face Is I iM 1 to Ditty. V £ J Godliness. How to Cure Freckles in Three Days. MME. M. YALE'S LA FRECKLA WILL DO IT. Since the beginning of the world pretty faces have been spoiled with frecules, and the most beautiful complexions hidden up by these un sightly blemi-oes. I_A FRECKLA The only cure ever known, discovered! by MM K. M. YALK, the world famed Beauty and Complexion ?peciali«t. Mme. Yale has treated crowuxl heads ol Europe, ladies of the White House, aud celebrities of the world. Write her ln confidence. She can make you beautiful, ."he can make you young again Turn gray hair to its natural color. No dye used—nothing but medicine. She can deveh p your bust, fill out your sunken < best, cure you of any skin blemish Send for her famous Beauty Book. It will be m-iled you free Al of Mme. Yale's remedies will be shipped you from Chicago, or you can eel them from your drug.lst. He will get them for you Oo to your druggist on Mon day and get a bottle of La Freckle, take I home an ' apply it accorning to directions ou Mon day, Tuesdn y aud Wednesday, and on Sunday jo t will "ot have a freckle Your complexb n w ill he as perfect as when a little baby. This Is absolutely true. Price, % 1.00. MME. M. YALE'OEMPLE OF BEAUTY 146 State st., /£ p. s. send / pt 'Cil' iff'm \ for Mme. Chicago. 111.. / jk. ,?J Yale'svalu- C wWmm able Beauty llil Dept. J Book Free. called to the charge that there have been many fraudulent registrations in this county, and I am also informed that some of the particulars of three fraudulent registrations have been com municated to your committee; and, br it is made my duty by the statutes of the United States to cause the names of those whose right to register or vote at the election November 8, 1892, is hon estly donbtful to be verified by proper inquiry and examination, it will be of great service to me iv the discharge of my duty to be furnished with such in formation in regard to any alleged viola tion of the registration and election laws aB it is in your power to give, with a view to the institution of the proper in quiry and examinaiion, and. wherever tbe laws have been violated, the pun ishment of the guilty parties'. Respectfully yours, Frank P Flint, Chief Supervisor. MR. HARRIS LOSES HIS VOTE. A Registry Clerk* Brror Which Ia Not Kxplalnert. •I. C. C. Harris, who has been a Con gregational minister and ll conducting a furniture and picture establishment at No. 507 South Spring street, and resides at t>2l West Seventh Btreet, has a crow to pick with the registration officers. By an unexplained enor, which they do not seem anxious to correct or to ex plain, they have failed to get Mr. Harris, who has generally voted the Democratic ticket, on the great register, and may possibly have succeeded iv disfranchis ing him at the ensuing election. He registered August Ist in his store at No. 507 South Spring street, with F. M. Randolph, deputy county registra tion clerk. The deputy tilled out bis certificate and Mr. Harris signed his name two or three times The deputy eayp that he will swear that he turned in Mr. Harris's name with his list. - Mr. Hair's callsd at tho regUtration mill in the court house at.d caw Deputy Clerk John DutWD Or, who looked up the matter, but could find tio trace, he said, of the missing certificate, although there is a page in the deputy's bonk which contains his name and which he thinks he wrote. The only explanation which Mr. Dunsmoor vouchsafed the gentleman was that the certificate wr.s lost, and that it ''must have been lost in transportation," whatever that may mean. Mr. Harris feels greatly outraged about the matter, which he character izes aa criminal negligence, and further indicates the careless methods which have been pursued in the compilation of tbe great register. Dyspepsia is tbe Me of the present generation. 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INVESTMENT. 12,987 42-ico acres of land, U. S. patent, in Kern County; pas ture land. Price, spot cash, $30,000. Rents for $3000 per year. Graded by bank exam iner at about $45,000. Banks lend 33 1-3 per cent. ROLLIN P. SAKE, 11 3 tf Care of BEN E. WARD. OH EAP Dinoer, Tea sToilet Services Plate* and bowls for the million. Havilaud China, Amateurs' Supplies STAFFORDSHIRE" CROCKERY CO., 8-27 417 South Spring street «mo LOVELY! Are only acquired by using ■ IhHH v j!'hKs Guarantee*' ioglvi I lie best I Wffitv'tib!', satisfacti u»i enj v tlcle » .in the market Perfectly << "- tMT~* anufaotured only " r-fJen CCBLINfi KLUID COSP't TRADE MARK. Los Angeles.Cal NOTICE TO CREDITORS. IN THK SUPERIOR COURT OP THE COON ty of Los Angeles, state of California. In the matter of Robert Kern, an insolvent debtor. Notice is hereby given by the uudersigned to all creditors who aave proved their dob a against the estate of Robert Kern, an Insolvent debtor, to appear before the superior court of Los Angeles county, California, at thn court room thereof, iv department rive, on the 14*h day of November, 1892, al the hour of 10 o'clock a. to., and show cause, If any they have, why the said Robert Kern should not be discharged from all his debts, In accordance with the statutes in such cases made and pro vided. This notice is given pursuant to an order of said court, duly mttde aud gtvtn in tho matter of Robert Ken, an Insolvent debtor, on the 14th day of October, 1892. T. H. WARD, Clerk. By A. W. Seavsb, Depu y. IS-10-sat*w STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. Xr OTICK OF MKETINO OF STOCKHOLDERS il of J M. Griffith Co Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stockholders of Ibe J. M. (nlftith company haa been called, by i rder of the board of directors of said eompanv, to be held on the 19lh day of December, 1802, at 10 a.m., at ihe office ol the ompauy, on Alameda street, ln the city of Los Angeles, county of Los An geles state of California, for the purpose of diminishing the caplt»l stock of •■uttf corpora tion, If so authorized by the stockholders at said meeting from the present capi tal stock of Baid company, to 1)1150 000, thereby making the capital stock 1(150,000 less than at present. 10-15 sat lOt T. E. NICHOLS, Secretary. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' TESTATE OF JENNIE L. WICKS, DECEASED. Ali Notice to Credit* rs. Notice is h reby given by the undersigned, executor of the la>t will and testament of Jen nle L. Wicks, deceased, to ihe crer itors of and all pMrsons having claims against tho fald de ceased to exhloit them, with the nece.sary vouchers, within ten months after the first pub lication of this notice, to the said ex. cutor at the office of M. L. Wicks, room 5, Maxwell block, coiner of Court Hoi se nnd Main streets, in the city of l.os Angeles, the same being the place for the transaction of the bu iuess of said eßtate, in said county of Los Angeles. FA BERLIN, Executor of tho last will and testament of Jen nie!.. Wicks, deceased. Los Armeies, October 28, 1892. M. L. Wicks, Atiornev for said Executor. 10 28 Sat 4t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. INSTATE OF M. J. WICKS, DECEASED. 'J Notice to creditors. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned ad ministratrix of the estate of M. J. Wicks, de ceased, to the creditors of. and all person- hav ing claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this no lice, to the said administratrix, at room 5 of the Maxwell block, corn, r of Court House and Main stree a, lv the city of Los Angeles, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in said coun yof Los Angelea. SaRAH A WICKS, Administratrix of the estate of M. J. Wicks, de ceased. Los Angeles, Oct 28, 1892. M. L. Wicks, attorney for s-ld administratrix, 10-29-Sat. 4t.