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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES.
Orange County Embarrassed by Its Numerous Tramps. Proceedings of the Board of Trustees of Pomona. A National Guard Competitive Drill at Pasadena—Shipping Notes from Bedondo — Anaheim Notes. Santa Ana, Jan, 24.—Six tramps were arrested last night and received the usual sentence today, and there are now 21 prisoners in tne county jail. One fellow was brought over from Westmin ster yesterday morning and landed in the county jail at 8:30, ,He Baid: "There are no flies on them people out at Westminster. I was arrested in the morning, taken before a justice of the peace, tried, and waa convicted, traveled eight miles with a conßtable, and wae thrown in jail by 8:30 in the morning, and before many people had their break faat. I call that rushing buainesa." What to do with the tramp ia the question. The county jail is crowded now, and 20 men are crowded into a place where only eight Bhould be. The supply continues to increase, and the character of the trampa doea not im prove. If they are not arreated they endeavor to run tbe town, and so the jail continuee to fill up. at the world's fair. Orange county'a world's fair exhibit is now supposed to be complete, and contains the following articles: One hundred cases domestic canned fruits, 70 caßee different varieties jara of jelly, 40 caaea different varieties j*ra of jam, 250 display jars d fferent kinds of fruit, 100 aectiona Acme jara 6% inches in diameter of fruit, 30 sections Acme jars s>e inches in diameter of fruit, 25 sections Acme jara 4)o inches in diam eter of fruit, 12 inverted hottlea 2,'.} inches high different kinda of fruit, 12 inverted bottlea o'j inches high differ ent kinds of fruit, 600 Dounds different kinds of dried fruit, 50 pounds dried raisins. One thousand pounds corn in the ear, 300 pounda barley, 150 poundß oata, 100 pounde wheat, 600 pounda walnuts, 25 pounda chestnuts, 20 pounds almonds, 2 sacks of peanuts, 12 bundles peanuta on tbe vines, 3 bundles Egyptian corn, 8 bundles alfalfa, 2 bundles Indian corn, 1 bundle sunflowers. Two hundred snd fifty pounda boup beanß, 76 poundslimabeans, 100 pounds Irish potatoes, 50 ponnda eweet pota toea, 1000 pounds calla lily bulbs, 5 poundß bops, 10 pounde silk cocoons, JKIO pampaa plumes, dieplay of pump kins, display of citrona, display of gourds, display of beets, display of car rots, display of turnips, display of cab bage, display of onions. One hundred pounds varioua kinds of minerals, 100 pounds petrified wood, 1 log, 1 piece coral, 100 pounds coral, 3 pieces gypsum, 100 pounds limestone rock, 5 gallons eorgbum molasses. BBEVITLEB. The bard-times social to be given at ■— "j -."u .oinituou rrom a two weeks' vißit in San Franciaco. J. Y. Andereon of Westminster man ufactured 4000 gallons of sorghum ayrup the past season from sorghum grown in the peat land belt. _M. H. Alger of lowa is visiting rela tives in this city. Charles Vanderlip and wife have re turned from the eaet. POMONA. Froce'dlnga of the City Council-Local Happenings. Pomona, Jan. 24 — Last night's city council meeting didn't settle the electric light franchise matter as it was expected it would. Upon motion of Trustee Marshall the matter was laid over to next meeting. Matters of import to the general wel fare of our city were acted upon, as the following goes to show: Before passing over the electric light question it was Chairman Ralph's esti mation that a proviso should occur in respeot to the franchise that the poles erected should be painted. The franchise granted to the San An tonio Light and Power company had a clause that poles would be painted upon the request of city trustees. Upon motion of Marshall the city clerk waß instructed to notify the San Antonio company to paint all poles owned by them in the following des cribed limits: Between Towne and White avenues, and between Alvarado street and Fifth avenue. Upon Marshall's motion the franchise aßked by Packard was laid over to next meeting. The request of the building committee of the I. O. O. F. temple, being erected, to be allowed to lay a cement walk not in strict conformity with the present grade of the street, but which will be better adapted for the use ol their build ing, was granted. The question whether the city should deed back a piece of land to James Ar mour, which he claimed was to have been made uae of within three years or revert back to him, was referred to City At torney Bell. City Clerk Garthside announced he had been requested to bring before the council the matter of removing the fence surrounding City Railroad park. The railroad company desired its removal noon the grounds that the hedge would be a BUthcient protection. The Southern Pacific company would remove the fence if they were allowed the fence material, but if the city claimed the material they should remove it. This raised the question of allowing herders to drive Bheep and cattle upon First Btreet, which runs parallel with the park in question. An ordinance was ordered drawn up prohibiting the driving of Btock of any kind along First Second or Third streets, between Towne and White avenues. The council then adjourned to next regular meeting, first Tuesday in Feb ruary. NOTES. Mr. Alba Heywood, the impersonator •nd versatile comedian, who will appear before Pomona people at the opera house tomorrow (Wednesday) night, uses 117 separate pieces of costumes Bncklen's Arnica Halve, The best salve in the world for cuts bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores tetter' ohappea hands, chilblains, come and all skin eruptions, and positively cures plus, or no uav required. It le guaranteed to give perfect fai- Vr ,& ss7 „, <«. For sal? ry 0. F. UvL-csman. • *^ ! and assumes six different characters; the shortest time consumed in making changes in costumes is two minutes and the longest time six minutes. St. Paula Episcopal church was crowded to its utmoat capacity Sunday evening, the Rt. Rev. Bishop Nichols of the Southern California Episcopal di ocese being present to administer the rite of confirmation to a class of 11, con sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Dean. Miss Car ney, Mrs. Geo. Smith, Miss Taylor, Misa Cbara Bougbton, Mrs. Raines, the little Misses Hamilton, Lillian Adams and Will Strong. Colonel Howland ia rearranging and adding to his office furniture, among which he has placed a neat cabinet for the display of a fine lot of olives, under the Baker process, and fancy bottles of olive oil, the product of Howland Broa.' mill. This is their buay aeaeon. The colonel looked wan and weary yeater day, and upon inquiry it was learned that Sunday and Monday's mail num bered 90 lettera, the majority of which required an answer, Mr. Williard Goodwin, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Goodwin, started upon hia return trip to Denniaon, Tex., upon thia morning's Southern Pacific overland. Horticultural Inspector Atkinßon re ports a lively business in the shipment and conaignment of treea. Yesterday 6400 trees were shipped in here and 5600 went out. Everyone will be glad to learn of the bright busineea prospects attendant upon Mr. Earneet Hayßler who, for a ahort time after his arrival here from Mia aouri. waa with the agricultural firm of Phillip Stien, hia father notifying him a day or bo ago the large Bportimr house of Clinton, Mo., would now be changed to Haysler & Son, Mr. Erneßt to be one of three conetitnting the firm. Mra. Jos. Miller haa juat returned from a pleaaant week'a visit to her Bißter, Mra. Nellie Suelzar, San Bernar dino. F. A. Ruth, eeq.. ia attending the Southern California Episcopal convoca tion in Loa Angelea A salvation army cart and two halle lujah aoldiers arrived in town today. The overland from Loa Angelea thia morning was detained here on account of a drawn drawhead, which had to be removed and chains substituted. PASADENA. A Competitive National Qnard Drill— Local Hatters. Pasadena, Jan. 24.—A large number of the friends of Company B, including Colonel Schrleber of the Seventh regi ment, Captain Meyer, Lieutenant Dar racott and Corporal Quailly of Loa An geles, were present at tbe armory laat evening to witneaa the competitive drill of non-commissioned office ra and pri vatea for apecial medals. The company boya were out in force, while a goodly number of ladies graced the occasion with their preaence. The competition for the non commis sioned officers' medal were Sergeants Smith, Coleman and Cole. Sergeant Coleman wae awarded the medt.l. Those competing for the other medalß wore Privates Shannon, Martin, Garlick, Ma kin, Packard, Morton and Keen. Pri vate Shannon carried off the priz9. The boys made a splendid Bbowing and compliments were-heard upon all sides. Following tbe drill the hall wae cleared and dancing indulged in to tbe merry chime of Brockway's orchestra until a late hour. jibs moriK.jr«i»n\S(3S«-JCC'«l»»Zt^; s i L ,i,, took place from the family residence on South Marengo avenue today. A large number of friends umbered to pay their laat respects to the deceased, more than filling tbe large house. Tbe floral pieces were especially beautiful, the casket be ing literally buried in a bed of roeea and violets and other flowers, and the con solation which was brought the hearts of mourners by the moßt beautiful tokens of love was touching to ace. The eervicea, which were conducted by Rev. J. W. Phelpa and Rev. Dr. Bre see oi Los Angelea, were short and affect ing. Mra. Knight leaves a husband and one Bon, Charlea Knight, to mourn her loss. She waß a lady of most eatimable char acter and bore her Buffering during an illness extending over a long period of yeara with remarkable fortitude. Interment waa had in Mountain View cemetery, the following gentlemen act ing as pall bearers: H. W. Magee, W. S. Wright, H. H. Rose, G. A. Gibbs, B. W. Hahn, J. G. Roesiter. NOTES. Reynolds & Van Nuya can furniah free tranßportation to the Mißßouri river to any one wishing to go. The death of L. H. McPhereon, aged 28 yeara, of consumption, occurred in this city yesterday. Funeral eervicea from the residence on North Raymond avenue, on Wedneaday morning, at 10 o'clock. Mr. Gua Kurz died at the Painter hotel thia morning, aged 24 yeara, of consumption. Funeral will be an nounced later. Key. A. M. Bunker officiated at the funeral of Mr. Hayes, held in the under taking parlors of Reynolda & Van Nuye, at 10:30 this morning. A aocial will be given at the parlora of tbe Congregational church, next Friday evening, by the young people of that church. The dance at the Odd Fellowa' hall, Wedneaday evening, will no doubt call out a large crowd. All frienda of the society are invited. The public ia invited to attend the re ception tendered Wedneaday afternoon, from 2 to 5, at the M. E. church parlors, to Mra. Helen Bullock, national organ izer of the "W. C. T. U. The reception ia given by the local organization, and it ia expected that Mra. T. E. Bailey, Mra. Governor St. John and Mra. Gov ernor Beveridge will be present. Another negligent property owner waß up before City Recorder Rose thia morn- Fatadena ttrlefi. Pasadena offlce ot the Herald, No. 1G We> t Colorado street. Advertieemunts and subscrlp tlous received. ST. NICHOLAS, half blook from terminus of the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Uiendalo rail way. Rales $5 to #7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Lain, proprietor. MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE, rear of post-office. Safe and Btjlish turn outs at reasonable prices. Telephone 56. C. GARIBALDI, dealer lv wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, also canned goods, least Colorado street, cor. Chestnut avenue. COOK & EJKOZA, general blaeksmithing No. 15 Union street. G. S. MAYHSW, real estate broker, 20W West Colorado street. Loans and investments. M'DONALD, BROOKS & CO., real estate, loans aud houses for rent. Bargainß in houses and ranches. 7 East Colorado street. ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental rooms, Eldrldge building, Pasadena. MERCANTILE LUNCH HOnsifi, 32 Booth Fair 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: Unit-class family hotel. LOS ANQSLU.B HOUSE, comer Colorado street and Delacey aveiuo; transients, SI and #1.50 per day: first clnsa, P. Klein, proprietor VKR-KKoFF-CfIZNER Mill and Lumber Co., corner Erund.v»y and Kjmas street. 109 ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2S, 1893. ing for maintaining a nuisance. He paid a fine of $5. The city officials have entered into a commendable campaign against filth wherever found, and they may rest aßßured that the community will back up their action. REDONDO. Shipping; Matters—Local Notes and Hotel Arrivals Redondo Beach, Jan. 24.—The eteamer Rival, Captain Johnson, irom fort Bragg, arrived iv port this morn ing. Her cargo consists of lumber, ties, shakes and telegraph poles, all con signed to the Willamette Lumber com pany, Redondo. The steam tug Catalina arrived today at 11 o'clock a. m. from San Pedro, and returded immediately with wharf piling in tow. Henry Feder, gardener to the Hotel Redondo, ia expressing a good many lots of carnationa to various quarters We noticod consignments for Santa Barbara, Salt Lake City and San Francisco. The hotel Redondo has been selected by the Lob Angelea chamber of com merce aa tne correct place for their an nual banquet, which will take place there Febnmry 25th. Mrs. A. V. Trudel of Redondo will leave home tomorrow for Phojoix, Ariz,, to be absent aeveral weeks. George Blackburn, deep-eea fiaher man, brought in a large catch of halibut this morning and forwarded the bulk of the catch to Loa Angeles per Ac Santa Fe. The steam schooner Hatty will ship her Btores and equipmeuta thia evening Captain Gent will take along bis fast sailing yacht as tender to the Hatty on the trip. Mr. 0. A. McCormick, Mr. and Mra. J. S. McCormick, all of Medina, N. V., are uueats of Mr. and Mrs. L H Perry of Redondo. Mr. C. A. McCormick ia very enthusiastic iv hia praise of the Italy of America. Dr. and Mra. Bruneon take a pardon able pride in their beautiful planta and flowers, especially that most royal among flowering plants, the camelia japonica, of Which they show many va rieties. Mauy of the residents of Redondo could follow tho Brunnona to their ad vantage in the way of ornamentation of their yarda and decorationa of their cottages. Nearly all sections oi the United States "are represented at the Hotel Redondo. Today's arrivals are Mr. and Mrs. T. F. McAvoy, L Kaufman, Chi cago; Mrs. J. A. Folger, Oakland; J. A. Folger, San Francisco; Wm. H. Sock, E. L. Plumb, New York; John Green, C. Casay, Portland ; John Scott, Duarte; Mrs. J. W. H. Riche, Los An gelea; Geo. J. Ainsworth, S. P. Reea, oity; R. W. Girdner, F. W. Meyer, Mies Alice Meyer, Quincv, III; Mies Davia, Pasadena ; S. M. F x, Dntrnit, Mich.; George Kaia, St. Pas', Minn.; Mr. aud Mrs. Jas« M. Geiat and child, Duluth, Minn. Arrivals at Ocean View House are B. Holstein, L. B. Small, Lob Angeles; Albert Andres. Sumuel Johnson, San Diego; Jack Murphy, San Francisco; M. K. Peters, San Pedro. ANAHEIM. Local News—Notes and Personal Mat tern, Ktc. Anaheim, Jan. 24.—The street Bprink ler has started on its roands again, to the great convenience .of travelers and - — - w. « a*. , Boege, several weeks atro, and our streets were getting in a pretty dusty condition. I. J. F. Boege has agreed to continue the contract as entered into with the city hy his deceased brother. Saucer peach trees have been in bloom for some time. The weather has suddenly turned warmer, both during tbe day and night. Clark Minor, who had been lying quite low at his home with consumption ior come weeks, died Sunday morning. He leaves a young wife and four young children. Mr. Piatt, the steam well borer, has reached a depth of over 100 feet in the 11-inch new well for the city water works, and haß an abundance of water. He will, however, continue down to a good clay bottom. Pure white rosebuds, mignonette, and violets make a delightful combination for a bouquet. These sweet flowers may be picked from almost any Ana heim garden at this time, growing in the open air. Quite a number of grape cuttings are being planted in this portion of the county this seaßon, and it Beems to be the impression among many that, all danger from the old vine disease is past. The wind freshened up so this morn ing that there was every indication of another hot desert wind, but it "blew over" in a short while, fortunately. SOUTH PASADENA. The Children's Home \bont Completed — Local Affairs. South Pasadena, Jan. 23.—Work on the children's home is progressing finely. This building was used during boom timeß as a saloon and the beautiful grounds as a beer garden. The objec tional sign of saloon has been removed and in its stead the children's home will reign. The grounds are surrounded by tall eucalyptus trees inside of which iB a hedge of cypress; at the left of the en trance ia a miniature lake circular in shape aurrouuded by a row of palm trees. Roses border the driveways, and the porch which rune around three aides of the house is one mass of the "Beauty of Jazenwood." A large playground bordered with rosea and a grand old oak in the center is designed as the chil dren's play ground. What was formerly tho bar-room haa been converted into double parlors, one to be used as the children's reception loom, the other as a spare bed room ao arranged as to be thrown into one when necessary Back of this are the dormitories, one for boys the other for girle. A wide' hall running acroea the building aep arates the dormitories from the babies' room and Mtaa Cleveland's private rooms. A large closet extends one eide of this hall, where the children's clothea and bedding will be kept. The barri haa been moved near the house and re-' modeled into a dining room, kitchen aud bathroom; the upper room to be used for domeatics. Thia ia not an orphans' A Wonderful Knglue. Cannot Be burpakbd —An engine exerting surpassing power Is always a source of wonder and yet now many are entirely forgetful of Ue existence within themselves of «n euginc mure Sowerful and enduring than anyever invented ot nerhaps until they experience Irregular pulse, hean fluttering, tenderness In shoiildei and arm, swollen ankleß asthmatic b-eathini: wesk aud hungry spells, nn therlri,-, short breath, or pal i in si c, when its existence is us longer to bo denied a. the poss ssor must know he has heart disease. Mrs. lie Bar, Fitch burg, Mich , had heart disease 15 y, ars; bad to hire house heip: livi d ou liquid food, u-cd Dr Miles' liuart , ure. and all symptoms left her continued use cured her. told bye II llaure 177 N, spring, on a auirautee. who will give! you the. (lector's book free. home. It is Miaa Cleveland's intention to make it a happy home for deserted children and children of inebriates, and so train and surround them with the beauties of nature as to make them use ful men and women. She does this at her own expense and in His name and we can vouch for the assistance ol the people of Pasadena whenever she feels tbe need of it. What threatened to be a serious case came up for trial before Justice of the Peace J. A. Mace laet week in which Mr. Serabjie and Mr. A. Wolf figured ac plaintiff and defendant. Happily mat ters were amicably adjusted. There seemed to be a bitch in the opening of the reading room Saturday evening; many went away disappointed at not obtaining admittance. Mr. J. J. Youug is putting in a stock of groceries in the store building for merly occupied by Perkins & Bichard son; he will be assisted by A. F. Mc- Reynolds. Mr. and Mre. Leo Longley spent a few delightful days at Rivetside recently. Rev. Wm. McDonald is holding meet ing at Piru City, Ventura county. ALHAMBRA. Orange Growers Meet to Consider Selling Their Crops. Alhambra, Jan. 24.—The orange growers met in Adams' hall last Mon day evening to discußS world's fair mat ters and aIBO the question of disposing of the orange crop. There were contributed by those pres ent, both from San Gabriel and Alham bra, 250 boxes of oranges and lemons. The following committee was ap pointed Io got further contributions and meke all necessary arrangements: Col. J. R. Dobbins, with Mr. Scott Chapman as alternate, Mr. F. L Story and Mr. Wayne. After considerable discussion on tbe outlook for the disposition of the present crop, the meeting adjourned to meet Monday, January 23, at the same piece. The Epworth league social given at the residence of Mre. Green wae much enjoyed. The subject for the evening w6b Tennyson. After an instrumental solo by Mies Fleming, a paper entitled Life of Teonyson waß read by Miss Hub bard. Miss Bishop next road Tenny son's beautiful poem, Crossing the Bar. Miss Hnlstead followed with a vocal 8010, Song of the Brook. Mr. McLinn then read a paper ensitled The Legends of King Archur. Thia was followed by Mies Dewey reading a selection called Dora. Aa Mr. Russell was unavoidably absent, his paper on Tennyson's Reli gion as Espreeeed in Hia Poems, waa read by Mr Robinson. The exercises closed with a trio. Sweet and Low, by Miasea Halßtead, Bishop and Winaor. The social and oyster cupper given by the young people of the Baptist church, in Adams' hall las' Friday night, was a grand success both financially and sociaiiy. Gardena lodge K. of P. inßtalled new offioera lsst Friday evening. A delega tion came over from Pasadena and after the bueiuesa of tbe evening attended the Baptiet social in a body. Laßt week the M. E. Sunday school elected the following officera for the en suing year: Superintendent, Mr. Gail Johnson; aßßiatant auperintendent, Mr. Ed Stuart; aecretary, Miss G.Green; treasurer, Mr. F F. Roach. Albambra'a bicycle track ia at last a material fact. It waa finished last Thursday and ia in excellent condition. v '• n,, '""■ m ,hB Mr Fargo contemplates setting about 30 acres of orange treea this season. Mra G. J. Ward has gone to River side to visit her daughter, Mrs. Kirk. George Noble and Ed Mayberry re turned to Berkeley last Monday. It is rather ea"rly for peach trees to bloasom, but there are two in full bloom on A. Phillips's place. THE CROPS. The Weather Korean's Keport of Their Condition. The local weather bureau furnishes the following report of the condition of the crops throughout Southern Cali fornia : SANTA BARBARA CTTY. The temperature an i weather during the week were favorable to crops; no logs occurred. VENTURA COUNTY. Hueneme— The weather has been fair for growing crops, but a little rain would not he amiss. Bardsdate—Warm, windy weath»r haa dried the ground considerably. Rain ia needed far barley, young treeß and pas ture. A very large number ol apricot treea aro being set out. LOS ANGEI.ES county. Lancaster— Quite a large acreage will be put to fruit and alfalfa a short dia- Take BromoSelizor for Insomnia Bi fore retltlug—loc a bottle. Ji Blood Impure cr vitiated blood is nine times out of (en eausod by some form of constipation or in digestion that clogs up the system, when the blood naturally becomes impregnated with tho effete mutter The old Sarsoparillus attempt to reach this condition by attacking tho blood with thcdrnsticmlncral "potash." The potash theory is old and obsolete. Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla is modern. It goes to the seat of tho trouble. It arouses the liver, kidneys and bowels to health ful action, and invigorates the circulation, and tho impurities ore quickly carried off' through tbe natural channels. Chas. Lee, at Bcamish's Third and Market streets, B. F., writes: "I took it for vitiated blood and while on the first bottle became 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." \. ; ; r f§ Vegetable •10 1 w Sarsaparilla Many druggists have a cheaper Sarsaparilla than Joy's. As thoy mako more on it, they'll try to gcil you it Insist on Joy's. C. F. HEINZEMAK, Druggist & Chemist, 222 N. Main St, Los Angeles. Prescriptions carefully compounded day or nißht; m 22 tf Pruning! Prwiing! Pruning! When eciertlaca ly dene it improve* tree and fruit. Now is the Hum for pruning and trimming your orchard, vui yard aud young citrus orchard Try and »eu tne rignt wa ol pruning. I will prune n 1 w trees free and iv a/, n nio-th-iyou will'experience the bencflt of it adi'reMtJ. W., box 530, Stailon 0, I,os An rcleo, ual. 1-eod-lni wst tance east of Lancaster. An English colony will put water on a large tract and improve at onoe. The Palms—Plowing continues for grain, of which a large acreage will be put in. The weather has been fair with cool nights. Vegetation is not suffering for rain. Vernondale—Vegetables are moving rapidly at good prices. Oranges are not moving yet, as growers do not favor the commission policy of the buyers; come sales, however, are reported. Duarte — The weather was partly cloudy with indications of rain. Tbe light rain of the 16th was not sufficient; more is needed, yet nothing ia Buffering. Highest temperature, 75; lowest. 40. Covina—Early sown barley is looking well but will need more rain soon. Everything in citrus tree, nursery and fruit line is looking exceptionally well. The weather has been perfect. BAN DIEOO COUNTY. Obino—The soil is getting quite dry and rain is needed for cropa and newly planted treea. The work preparatory to planting eeed for tbe next beet crop ia completed. Rialto—A very large acreage of barley ia planted. Fruitmen are preparing the grouud for setting out trees, of which a large acreage will be put out thia year. All trees in orchard and nursery are making a good growth. ORANGE COUNTY. Anaheim—Vegetables are doing well and some will soon be ready for ship ment. Oranges are moving slowly as the prices offered are not satisfactory. Tustin—Clear, cool days with light frosts and some early morning fogs pre vailed. Considerable irrigation is being done because of light rainfall. Apri cots, peaches and olives are being planted. Oranges are ripening slowly. San Diego city—Cropß are looking fairly well but rain would help them; tbe soil is becoming dry in some local ities. __ ARIZONA. Newt Notes From the Sun-Kissed Territory. [Prescott Qazstte, January .23 ] George Berry ahd J. R. Slack have just discovered a new ledge between tbe letter's old claim and the Black canon road, which is from six inches to one foot wide. Ore goes by bornepoon testa about $200 per ton. Mr.. Berry traced l he ledge along tbe top of tbe ground for 3000 feet. Mr. Berry has also located a silver claim in the came district which goes over 100 ounces of silver per ton. He walked in from his claims yesterday and left some of the ore with the Cou rier. Says Mr. Slack recently had run nine tons oi ore from the Slack & Mayer mine, with » yield of over $350 from the nine tons. About 15 men were working in the mine from which the ore was taken. Packard's and Wright's camps are looking like young towns. [Coconeno San, Jan. 20.1 The gold excitement which haß at tracted tbe attention of our citizens for several weeks past has in a measure been supplanted by a coal sensation in a milder form. Tbe existence of coal northeast of here along the Little Col orado has long been known, and but little was thought -of the matter until last year, when a number of locations were made near the western line of the Moqui reservation, about 90 miles north of Winalow and 35 miles eaat oi tbe present locations. The first location is about 60 miles in a direct line northeast , of Flagstaff, and within Ji) wilnsjtf JJlf. vary Irom a few inches to 16 feet, and i the coal lies in threp strata, one above the other, the lower stratum being con sidered the beet quality and it is the thickest. Many locations have been made by Flagstaff parties within 10 miles of the river, and mnch of tbe coal is of coking quality, and cokes perfectly, and thia fact adds much to the value of tbe coal fields. W...89- FQW * iT_yv/LL hut jfflUCj It ia au agreeable Laxative for the Bowels: eon bo made Into a Tea for use In one minute. Price 2Su., 600. and $1.(0 per package. • ■R Nti An Elegant Toilst Powder HW BY for the Teeth and Breath—«so. Sold wholesale by HAAS, BARCOH & CO. snd retail by druggists, 13-14 lyr Oar new catalogue, giving full description, with directions for ruuusng, prices, sizes, weights, shipping rules, etc , sent free to any address. Santa Ana Incubator Co., 9AKTA ANA, Cal. CLUEn.COON&CO'S LIKEN COLLARS AND GUFFS. CLUETT BRAND, 25C. OR $2.75 DOZ. COON BRAND, - 20G. OR 2.00 DOZ. MONARCH SHIRTS. CLARK & BRYSON, (Successors to Clark & Humphreys) Wholesale and Retail LUMBER DEALERS Office, 123J* West Pecond St., Bnrdlck block. Yards at Kedotdo and Los Angeles. 118 ly DIVIDEND NOTICE^ DIVIDEND NO. 7 OF THE MAIN BTRHET Buviugs Bank and Trust (Jo., lor the six nonths ending December 81, 1892. will be due mil P yable en and after January .o, 1893. at he rate o ft per cent per annum en term de >osits, and 3 per cent per ai>num on ordinary lepOHits. J. V. WAfIHTI- r . FeTe'nrr to* Angel*, fjal., Jan. 2,18»i i -80 2 £ 1 , sI o J | '• I i 1 i ll' WHYWEDO IT. WE ARE ANXIOUS TO KNOW WHICH DAILY NEWSPAPER BRINGS US THE LARGEST NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS IN A SINGLE WEEK. To make it still more interesting to our patrons, w* have taken 5000 Men's Fine $22.50 and $20 Suits ana Overcoats and marked them down to $13.85 And nearly 3000 Men's durable and stylish alt-wool regular $15 and $13 50 Suits and Overcoats will also go at - the unheard of price of $8.85 And we guarantee that you can't match'em at any "Clearance Sale" on this coast for 4o PER CENT MORE MONEY THOSE FINE $6 and $7 PATENT LEATHER SHOES which we are selling, or giving away, for $3.45 Are disappearing like "hot cakes" on a cold winter's morn ing, and if you don't want to get left, come at once and select your shape, style and size. The manufacturer is the loser, our patrons the gainer. BOYS' CLOTHING AND SHIRT WAISTS now being slaughtered at prices that beggar description. Headquarters for Great BONA FIDE BARGAINS, 128,130,132 and 134 N. SPRING STREET. Largest Clothing and Shoe House West of the Rockies. HIGHLY IMPROVED PM FIM Pi SALE ! Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation: cottage house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with small cottage of three rooms for laborers; about four acres in bearing Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 5 acres Winter Ap ples ; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrant*. First-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced. Apply at once to JOHN DOLLAND, Bio-tf 114 N. Beaudry aye., Los Angeles, Cal. 83 SHOE N o?ttp, Beat Cal! Shoe In tho world tor tbe prioe. W. L. Douglas shoes are sold evarywbero. Everybody should wear tbem. It la a duty yon owe yourself to get the best value tor your money. Boonomlze In your footwear by purobaßing W. L. DouglasShoes.wblon represent tbe beat value at tha prices ad vertlaed above, aa thousands can testify. *»- Take Mo Substitute, .n.t Beware of fraud. Nonp, genuine without W. L. Douglas name and price stamped ou bottom. Look for It when you buy. VV. 1.. Douglas, Brockton. Mass. Sold by I— W. GODIN, 104 North Bprlng Street. urri ry = IILLLL I B'Wside.Ca) Drunkenness Opium Habit Tobacco Habit _~Neurasthenia CURED branoh In Southern California of the World-renown ed KEE LEY INSTITUTE, of Dwlgrht, m.. ia located at Riverside. 10,000 TREATED AND CORED Established Twelve Years rested by Time Ko Experimsnl PERRY, MOTT & COTs~" LUMBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS. 310 Cemraor la' s*reet,Los Asgsler, Ca., OR. WONO HIM. Chinese Physician and Surgeon, has resided at Los Angeles eighteen (18) years. His reputa tion as a thorough physician has been tally es tablished and appreciated by many. His Una practice is sufficient proof of Ms ability and honesty. The doctor graduated in tbe tormost colleges, also practiced in tbe Unreal hossiUls of Canton, China. The doctor speeJuSpanlah fluently. Offlce: 639 Upper Main street | Hundredßof testimonials are on 01* at the doctor's office which he has received from his numerous patients of different nationalities which ho has cured ol all manner of diseases to which the human body is heir—from Ihesmall e t pimpie to the most complicated of eases P. O. boi3U4, Button C. Loi AngeleaTll-iegg TO THE UNFORTUNATE. Kt\ LMMIMIPI CorQer ol OoauMieiax /SwMQBiBSkSjS Ran Francisco. «ainS ■ ~ ' ■..ss§ übllshed In VsSL for M Gonorrhea? W (3Uet! Its forma Weakness, Impotency aud Lost Manbood ro. mauently cured. The sick and afflictedshould not fall tc call upon him. The Doeto?haTta«v. eled exte: alvely in Europe and inspected thai. I oughly the various hospitals there, WlaJnlnaa I great deal ol valuaMe information, which ha li ! competent to Impart to those In neexfofh& services. 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