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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. Five Lame Hobos Enliven Santa Ana with a Jag. Proceedings Yesterday of the City Trustees of Anaheim. Orange Itnyers lv the field In Orange County—The Catholic Fair at Pomona—Notes front Ke dondo Beaclt. Santa Ana, Dec. 14.—Five genuine hobos came to town yesterday morning, all being cripples. They swooped down upon this tender hearted community, and by begging from door to door soon had enough money to go on a glorious jag. This they did, and for men all minus a part of a leg, got gloriously full. This morning they resumed business, and again secured enough money to get too much whisky, and three of the five ate in durance vile as a coneequence. One of the cripples, while being taken to jail by the marshal, showed fight, and it took about five men to land him in jail. They are all hard citizens and will do to watch. MORE FOOT RACKS. Evidently Santa Anana arelo see some more foot racing in the very near future. A sprinter by the name of Sloan, hail ing from Norwalk, was in town today trying to arrange lor a 160-yard race be tween himself and Morris, to take place on Wednesday of nest week for a purse of $500. It is not likely that the race will be made, for the fast man from N'or walk wants a handicap of six yards and this Morris is not willing to give. He says that he ia confident that he can beat Sloan, but he does not want to run under such odds. It ia eaid by many that Sloan is a fast man and that his real name is not Sloan. Be this as it may, at even chances Morris can beat him. A forfeit has been posted by Quirk and Morris for a 25 yard race, to be run within the next six weeks for a puree of $2500. fini.ky's gun. S. J. Finley most have blushed sev eral times today as he listened to the glowing tributes paid to his character by the district attorney in his speech to the jury. The whole afternoon session of the superior court waß occupied in listen ing to the argumeuto in ttie Finley as sault case. The Santa Ana wind was blowing a gale outside the court house, but its fury was drowned by the elo quence of Attorney Ballard in his plea for the accused man. The case went to the jury at 4 p. m. and a verdict has not yet been reached. This case has at tracted much interest. THE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION. Santa Ana, in being honored as the place selected for the holding of the nest Editorial association meeting, has a duty to perform. That it is an honor there can be no doubt, for assembled here will he some of the most able men in Southern California, and it is only proper that they be tendered a. fitting reception. The editors of Orange county should meet and make necessary arrangements for receiving our visitors properly, and also to see to their enter tainment. As the meeting is to be held early in January no time should be lost in attending to these matters. The pleasant parlor meeting of the W. C. T. TJ. held at the residence of Mrs. Dr. Howe last night, was well at tended aud an interesting programme rendered. The packing and shipping of oranges from this county has already been com menced. The orange crop is an excep tionally large one this year. S. A. Widney's lecture at the M. E. church last night on Atlautis or the Lost Continent, was well attended and was a masterly effort. C. D. Ambrose of Arch Beach is in town today and says that large numbers of abalones aie being caught there daily. A carload of cabbages wero shipped east today from this city. A game of baseball will be played Sat urday, in this city, between the Garden Grove club and the Santa Ana high school nine. J. D. Fennesy is iv town. A carload of celery, the first to leave this county, was shipped to Chicago this morning by the California Celery com pany. The junior claes of the high school will have its anniversary exercises at the high school building Friday afternoon. The exercises will be in honor of John G. Whittier. A large number of easterners are in this city at the present time, and many will locate here permanently. Sedgwick poet No. 17, G.A R., elected the following officers for the ensuing year: C. F. Mansnr, commander; T. J. Alexander, S. V. Com.; A. B. Paul, J. V. Com.; S. W. Sutton, quartermaster; W. P. Ferguson, sugeon ; F. L. Sexton, chaplain ; C. F. Schmidts, officer of the day ; C. C. Shaw, officer of the guard ; Comrades Mosbaugh, Everett and Stine, trustees; delegates to department en campment, Mosbaugh, Sheffer, Kelly and Buck; alternates, Alexander, Sex ton, Stine and Nash. ANAHEIM. Meeting of the Trustees—Local Hap penings. Anaheim, Dec. 14. —She board of city trustees held their regular weekly meet ing Tuesday night, all members except Trustee Littlefield present. The clerk's leport showing collections of $33 CS during the month was read; also the treasurer's showing a balance in favor of the city December 13th of $3055.81, as follows: General fund, $1448.70; interest and sinking fund, $1605. The recorder reported the arrest and trial of one party who was fined $7.50. The marshal reported the collec tion of $188 25 for licenses during the month aud $159.75 for water rates. The tax collector reported $192 20delinquent taxes paid since last report. The finance committee reported hav ing examined the various reports of the city officers and found them correct. It also reported ah interview with Mr. E. E. Peck of Los .tingeles, who ie desirous of putting in an electric light plant for the city. Mr, Peck deßireß to use power from the city water works to run his dynamo, and in return for tlie same will furnish the city Eeven arc lights of 2000 candle power each or two masts of 0000 candle power each free of charge, and will also furnish such additional lighte "An excellent remedy," is what Mr. W. H. Ames, 712 South -cveutsenlh street, St. Louis. Mo., sars of it in these word"; "I have used Dr. Bull's Cough Sytup aud found it to bean excellent remedy for coughs and colds." -LOS ANGELES LTERALD: THURSDAY MORNING.' DECEMBER IJ. 1882. as the city may require at half price. A communication was also receded fiom T. L. Clernana of Los Angeles in regard to electric lights, aud the different propo sitions were taken under advisement. The committee on public improve ments reported work in scraping and grading the streets, also various im provements at the city water woika. Bills to the amount of $816 (17 were audited and ordered paid, when tho board adjourned till Tuesday night, De cember 20!h. NOTES. We are experiencing a cold wave of great intensity and long duration at present. Mr. A Rivmer, special agent of the Equitable Life Insurance Co. of New York, was in the city today on business. Co,, the great orange hov ers o[ Chicago, have an agent in the field here, already, making contracts fur the coming orauge crop. They will buy only on commission this season. PASADENA. Two Fires—Entertainments—Notes and- Personals. Pasadena, Dec. 14. —The fire depart ment was called into play twice today, which is rather an unusual oceurenca in this place. About. 3 o'clock this morning an alarm was turned in from tbe corner of Col orado street and Fair Oaks avenue. The fire proved to be in Dewey's tailor shop, on the east side of Fair Oaka, a few doors south of Colorado street. The building was al'-'in flames when the de partment arrived, and considerable damage waß done before the fire could be put out. The entiie back of the store was burned out and about $76 worth ol clothing destroyed, on which there was no insurance. It is the opinion of those present that the fire was the work of an incendiary. The second call was caused by a can of gasoline, which was being used by the plumbers working on the new Jones block, catching fire. Fortunately a workman had presence of mind enough to throw the can off the roof, averting what might have proved a serious fire. . Y. M. C. A. ENTERTAINMENT. The ladies' central committee of the Y. M. C. A. cave a musical and literary entertainment in Strong's hall last evening. The programme was arranged for a competition between the iadiea and gen tlemen. The following judges were appointed : Prof. George Conant, Prof. W. H. Ham mond, Dr. F. Griuuell, Mrs. D. O. Hall, Mrs. Slaiie and Mrs. Dillingham. The leader of the gentlemen was Prof. A. L. Hamilton. The ladies were under Mrs. Dr. Grinnell. Music was furnished by the Star quartette, composed of Messrs. Cole, Paiker, Strebel anil Edwards. The participants in the ptogratuine among the gentlemen were: F. E. Burr ham, guitar and harmonica solo; Scotch song, Mr. John Habbick; recitation, M. Coleman; recitation, Harry Gayloru. The Indies were represented by Miss Ballinger in a German song, a song by Miss Forbes ; recitation, Miss EJgerton of Los Angeles; vocal duet, Misses Peck and Stoutenburg, Miss Coleman accom panist. The judges decided that the ladies performed the best. Thirty-three bocks were contributed to the association library by.friends at tending. that switching case. The case of John liibble, the SantaFe engineer, charged with violating a city ordinance by switching across Colorado Ptreet, came up before City Recorder Rose this morning. Judge Brnnßon acted for the railroad company, while City Attorney W. E. Arthur looked out for . the people's rights. The railway compauy took tbe grounds tnat the city council had no right to prohibit them from ÜBing the switching privi leges granted them in their original franchise. The city contended that no franchise had ever been granted that rendered it impossible for the city to control its highways. Only one witness, Mr. S. P. Jewett, was called. His testi mony was as to the privilege granted in the original San Gabriel Valley Rail road company's franchise. The case was taken under advisement. THE PRESBYTERIAN BAZAR. The fair being given in the postoffice block by the ladies of the Presbyterian church closed last evening. The receipts for the two days amount to about $400, and as the expenees are light, the greater portion of thisamount cap be turned in the church treasury. NOTES. Prof. C. H. Keyes of Throop univer sity has returned from San Francisco, where he has been attending the State Teachers' convention. The agency of the Examiner has been combined with that of the Herald in this city. The lecture of Professor Bernaid is the next attraction booked at the opera house. Lippencott, Torrey ik Eaton report the death of Mr. J. H. Vestal at Whittier, Cal. A number of volumes of the latest fiction have been received at the public library. The ladies of the M. E. church give a social in the parlors of the church to morrow evening. A horse belonging to Mr. ])e Forrest ran away this morning, throwing Mrs. De Forrest oat and breaking the buggy, The lady fortunate,y was not injured. The following officers were elected at a meeting of Crown Chapter, R. A. M., laet.eveniug: A. M. Collie, H. P.; E. Pasadena Briefs. Pasadena office ot the Hkrai.o, No. 14 West Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip tlonv received, ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of the Los Angeles, Pasndena and Glendale rail way. Hales $5 to $7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Lain, proprietor. MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE, re-ir of post-ofiice. Safe and stj lish turn outs al reasonable prices. Telephone 50. 0. GARI n ALDI, dealer in wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, also canned goods. East Colorado street cor. Chestnut avenue. COOK & EJKOZA, general blacksmithing. No. 15 Union street. G. 8. MAY HEW, real estate broker, 20% West Colorado street. Loans and investments. D. 8. BAH-ETT. T adies' and Gents' Tonsorial Parlors. Ladles' hair cutting, curling and shampooing. 5 Hast Colorado street. PASADENA BLACKSMITH SHOP, 48 Broad way. General blacksmithing and woodwork. Randleraon & De Hay. M'DONALD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans and houses for ten. Bargains in houses and ranches. 7 East Colorado street. ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. S. Dental rooms Eidridge buildiUH, Pasadena. MERCANTILE LUNCH HOUSE, 32 South Pa r Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam heat ed, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod ern improvements. THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and Washington: first-class family hotel, LOS ANGKLES corner Colorado street and Delacey avenue; transients, $1 and $1.50 per day; flrst-elsss. P. Klein, proprietor. KERCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and Lumber Co., corner Broadway and Kansas street. C. Griffith, X.; E. E, Gaylord, 8,; S. Washburn, treasurer; E. H. May, sec retary. Thetiialof the Baker boy came off before a jury in Justice Gardner's court this morning. He was found not guilty. Revival services commenced in tlie Friends church this evening. Mica Hanna F. Pratt and C. C. Reynold will have charge of the meetings. The following officers were elected at a meeting of the M. E. Sunday school last evening: Superintendent, M. M. Parker; aseistauta, 8. F. Johnson, Anna Johnson; secretary, John Sed wich ; assistant secretary, Blanch John son ; chorister, Lillus Peck; treasurer, A. B. Stevens. POMONA. The Catliolie Feir P;»rtlcli>nnis —Not • s and . Personals. Pomona, Dec. 14. —Tiie Catholic fair, which promises to be a very successful and enjoyable entertaimeut, opens to morrow night at Armory opera house, continuing three nights. Tomorrow evening a grand conceit will be given by the following members ! of the Los Angeles and St. Vincent j choirs: Mrs. Dr. Owen, Mre. Dr. Kan nou, Miss Bertha Both, Mr. Portwny, Dr. Juch,and Prof. Wilde,director. Miss Ethel Stewart tfill he seen in her pretty sieps and specialties. The booths will bo as follows: Refreshment booth—Mib. Phelan, as sisted by Mmes. O'Reilly, Stansfield ami Misses Mary Leu nan and Maggie Sulli van. Ice cream booth—Mrs. Cowles, assist ed by Mines. Frank Vejar, F. Sheiry nnd Misses Carrie Vejar and Sophia Yorba. Lemonade, booth—Mmes. Frank Bal fonr and Roee McCoy, assisted by Misses Lanra Kinley ai d Laura Foley. Rope booth—Mrs. Wm. Goyette, as sisted by Mrs. Douner and Misses Mary Raurngarden and Sophy Hess. Fancy work booth —Mrs. L. Reichert. as.ußted by Misees Mary Kelty aud Jes sie Palomares. Candy booth —Misses Mamie Fra'.es, Alice Doyle and Annie D yle. Flower booth—Misses Mamie O'Brien, Rosa Vershing, Barbara Vershing aud Alice Sherry. Variety booth—Mrs. Jos. Quinlan, as sisted by Mmes. Ed Keller and Kate Fleming. Black art booth—Miss Mary O'Neill, assisted by Messrs. Thos. Doyle and John Burns. Parish booth—Mrs. Adlard, assisted by Misses Maggio Ward and Belle Paß coe. Gallery of fine arte —Iv charge of Miss Laverty and a corps of assistants Postoffice — Postmistress, Constance Ruth and deputies. Hat booth is in charge of Mies Edith Remhngerand assistants. Misses Lulu, Carrie, Ellen and Annie Link will have charge of the grab bag. A trio of gentlemen, Messrs. F. K. Adlard, Jos. Qurulan and Ed M. Doyle will president the voting booth, NOTES. All ladies interested in the aims and purposes of the woman's congress which met in Loa Angeles this fall are invited to meet at the residence of Jndge and Mrs. McComas Friday, at 2 p.m , at which time Rev. Mrs. Lila Frost Sprague will give an address. The social and musical club which was organized in this city some weeks ago met this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ray, East First etreet. Mr. John L. Means returned today from a visit to Grand Island, Neb. REDONDO. Opening of the Ladies' Bazaar—Local Affairs. Redondo Beach, Dec. 14.—The open ing of the ladies' bazaar in Foresters' hall last evening was a pronounced suc cess. The attendance was large aud the sales at the different booths were unex pectedly good. An interesting episode occurred during the evening, which was the presentation of a beautiful and richly chased silver pitcher to Mr. and Mrs. George Cate, just returned from their bridal trip. The preeenr was made by the Redondo Foresters' Court No. 525, and an elegant presentation ad drees was delivered by Professor Roweil, to which Mr. Cate responded in a feel ing manner. The bazaar of the ladies' guild will close tonight with the dra matic performance of the District School, rendered by members of the society. The steamer Los Angeles is due at .Redondo this afternoon, bringing from San Francisco 51 tons merchandise and 15 passengers to be landed at this port. \V. T. Barnett, of A. Barnett & Co., New York, was a visitor at Redondo Beach today. Mr. Barnett has an agency in Los Angeles, and is greatly pleased with his business experience in tnis locality, as well as a thorough appreciation of the beauties of Southern California in general. Mr. Frank Allender of Redondo, a young member of the legal fraternity, shipped this morning for Portland on board the schooner Beulah as a guest of Captain Jolinßon. He will return by the Beulah in a few weeks. G. M. Bennet, one of Redondo's ex pert fishermen, made a large haul of fish by seine on Monday. The bulk of the catch was large and beautiful smelt. The catch weighed 2350 pounds and were pulled in on the sands opposite the pa vilion. The lot was forwarded at once to Los Angeles market. Yesterday a man giving his name as Hall called on several of our merchants, presenting orders for goods and money A Dangerous Deadlock Occurs when the sieve 11. c action of the kid ne)sis interrupted, and they partially cease to secrete from the blood those impurities for the escape of which they are such important chan nels. Brlght's dlseaee. diabetes suppression oi the urine, and weakness and inaction of the blacder—these are complaints to the relief of which Hos,tetter's Stomach Bitters is admirably adapted. These ailments unchecked are very formidable, and the utihtv of a recourse to this fine remi dy "lid preventive cannot be pleaded with too much insistence. The Hitters is like wise efßeiici'tis in an incomparable degree for malaria, Indigestion, costlveiiess, rheumatism and debility, m neuralgia it lias also proved it-elf a (overeign medium of relief. LOVELY! fljr SOFT AND GLOSSY .'»'&Ms9fc OOBLB !&'•'■. Arem-h „,., iliirlliy using i . ' 1 IHili'S CllilJMi Hl'lD. f Guaranteed loplvc thebesl I satisfaction of any a'tlclc » .* tn the maiket. Perfectly \ v:■ - • harmless. onij J9\m by the " FORD CIIBUNK FLUID COB 1, TRADE MARK. Los Angeles. Cal mr I? l b ™cure. LA \m*f LA IA Willi nightly emissions, I II r l Impotent y. Varicocele t I I 1,1, Shrunken parst. caus. dbv * *■ '* — * Self-übusel Was quickly restored to Full Vigor and Developed parts by a simple remedy. Recipe for which I will send (sealed) FREE to any sufferer. Address, with stamp, DAVID B. EMMET. 11-29-lm Englewood, 111. from ranches. He succeeded in victim izing one firm, Harding A Scott, out of i(i.!>o. 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Kino lUflrno 1 d SMtlng n Knw-jiliv OLDEHT AUCTIONEER in Southern Call- O,EM I WEEKLY SALES at Phelp's & Low* lornia at the old stand, Sale Corral 162 NORTH LOS ANGELES ST., WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Next door to Haw ey, Kincr & Co.'s. Office at J. H. Reynold-,' Carriage Kepository. Tel. 801. Charges on the live and let live principle. E. W. NOYES, Auctioneer Wonderful Cures -a— BY— s— DR. WONG ! 713 South Main Street, Los Angeles, California. M»!P>.:»-;-', * *liil| "«kllllul cure increases longevity .to the "Ingeniously locating diseases through the TO/,riVt •■ pulse and excellent remedies are »reat bless wona - fngs to tbe world." For seven months I was treated by five different doctors, none of whom stated what lny dlf- Hlt mm. During tt.at time 1 suffered t«irlbly, slid continued to fail until I became a skeleton. Fm thej last three months I hsd to be dressed, fed, and have my w-ster drawn. Finally ray feet, limbs, hands sud face became swollen. I could not rise fr. m a chair, and could scarcely walk, and was obliged 10 h.ve my water drawn fremfiftein, to twent* times a d»y. My fi lends con sidered 1 would not last many days. I then-three months ago-commenced treating with Dr. Wong the first dose of medicine completely relieved me, and since l have not been obliged to resort'to artificial means for relieving my bladder. In five days I was able to dress and feed my self- in ten dsys tbe swelling had left me and I could walk as well as lor years before. I now welgn us mnohas I ever did, and feel better than I have felt for fifteen years lam 75 years old, and feel tiptop. Dr. Wong says I was afflicted with one ol the fourteen kinds of kl.'ney diseases. Rivera, Cal., August 29, 1890. W. W. CHKNKY. Hundreds of other testimonials are on file ia the doctor's offlco which ho has received from hie numerous American patients, whom he has cured irom all manner of diseases. 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