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Mten, orlal Services as Arranged — The
Pa.iadena, May 27.—Tomorrow will be
celebrated as Memorial Sunday in Pas
Services in memory of the fallen heroes
will be held at the M. E. tabernacle, at
10 a. m., by tbe John F. Godfrey post,
No. 03, and the John F. Godfrey Relief
corps, No. 43; the Phil Kearney camp,
8. V., and the Ladies' Aid society. The
ssrvices will coneißt. of flinging and re
sponsive reading, followed by prayer
and a selection by the Starr quartette,
after which Rev. J. W. Phelps will de
liver an address. The services close
with a hymn and benediction.
Rev. D. McLeod will preach a farewell
sermon at the Free Methodist church on
North Fair Oaks avenue tomorrow morn
ing at 11 a. m., after a labor of three
years in Pasadena and vicinity. All are
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion gospel and song service will be led
by Mr. Ernest Canfleld Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Young men are in
Rev. T. D. Garvin will occupy his own
pulpit in the Christian church to
morrow, both morning and evening.
Rev. Dr. Hansel of Chicago preaches
at the Universalist church tomorrow
morning, Dr. Conger going to Pomona.
o. A. R. REPORT.
Comrade Joseph Lewis of John F.
Godfrey Post No. 93, Department of
California, died May 23, 1893, and was
buried by the post in accordance with
G. A. R. ritual. Comrade Lewis was
born in Wayne county, New York, June
16, 1827. He enlisted December 10,
1863, in Madison county lowa, in the
First Battery, lowa Independent Lieht
Artillery, and wo.-port, lowa, Decem-
Sht' 19, 1863; was mustered out at
Davenport July 16, 1865. by reason of
— tue war. Ho joined John F.
Godfrey Post May 28, 1891. He was a
member of tbe M. E. church of Pasa
dena, and leaves a wife, son and daughter.
One more comrade laid to rest
With lore's pure emblems on his breast.
H. A. Rbid,
J. H. Stunts,
The post charter will be draped in
mourning for thirty days.
WAR SONG CONCERT.
A concert will be given at the M. E.
tabernacle Monday evening next, con
sisting of patriotic songs and songs of the
war. A chorus of 60 voices will be heard,
under the direction of Prof. Cole. Mrs.
G. M. Cole and Miss Minnie Helms will
act as accompanist?.
The programme haß been arranged as
National hymn—Full ctaorns.
The Model Republic—Mr. Brown.
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean—Mb] Bol
Viva La America-Win. Edwards.
The Pairiot's Song—Ladle's chorus.
The Flag Without a Stsin—Starr quartette.
Bally Round the Flag—Mr. Johnson
The Prisoner's Hope—Guv Bliss. _
Just Before the Batt c, Mother- Mrs. Chicken,
Recitation, Battle of Bunker Hill—Miss Jo
Song of a Thousand Years—Mr, Bliss.
Barbara Frletchle—Miss Jones.
Corporal Bchn»pps-Mr. strebel.
Old Saedy-Dr. Parker.
The Camp Not My Home—Miss Bollinger.
Glory, Gfory, Hallelujah—All Sing.
The entire proceeds go to the church,
and a large crowd is expected.
ON THB MOUNTAIN ROAD.
The public will soon have the pleas
ure of being carried to tbe top of Mt.
Lowe via the Pasadena Mountain rail
road. Two cars for the same section
were placed ou the track today; they
are handsomely painted maroon and
white. The cars for tbe cable encline
are now on the tracks at Los Angeles
and will be taken up and given a trial
on Monday next. These cars are pore
white and as they ascend the mountain
will reflect the sunlight, making a very
conspicious and pretty object. They
are arranged in two compartments, re
sembling a stairway, when mounting
HE NRVBR CAMB BACK.
O. B. Hobbs was scheduled to appear
befoie Justice Merriam this forenoon,
upon the charge of petit larceny, and, as
an assurance that he would do so, had
deposited the sum of $25 bail with the
court. However, he never came back,
and tbe officers are now wondering
where he is keeping himself. Hobbs, it
will be remembered, was one of the par
ties who attempted to hold up Mr.
Shaffer of the Carlton restaurant, the
other evening, and as the officers had a
good case againßt him, he probably
thought discretion the bettor part of
valor and skipped. His partner in crime,
Frank Farshay, is still at large.
| Rolls Manahan returned home today
from Stanford for the summer vaca
The Adelphi Chautauqua circle meets
next Monday evening at the house of
Mrs. Holbrook, on South Fair Oaks.
The social given by the young people
at ti., Presbyterian church last evening
was mucu enjoyed. The following pro
gramme waa rendered: Piano duet.
irvi'Si £fr c 'Vden; piano solos,
, Mabel jpoorAtle ancf J,,i; a Ogdenr read
ing. Elite Han and Sara^Groeabeck;
tiolin solo, Lila K»lrymple, sM vocal
Solo, Ralph Lrakine.
A Guide to the Study of Plants is the
OUtnhia of Throao PobrtacnJiv-Jilnh Jbaa.
just been published by Messrs. Swerd
figer & Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. F. 8. Daggett leave on
June Ist for Chicago, after spending the
winter here. Tbey are delighted with
Pasadena and will return November
Misses Pettie and Gussie Helling, for
merly of this city, are spending a few
days here with friends. The engage
ment of Miss Gussie to Mr. George
Sutherland of Los Angeles is an
nounced. The marriage will come off in
The W. R. 0. of this city received a
request a few days ago from the corps at
El Paso, Tex., asking that they be sent
some flowere for Decoration day. Ac
cordingly, the ladies made up a box to
day and forwarded it by express.
Pasadena office of the Hikaiii, No. 7 North
Fair Oaks avenue. Advertisements and sub
KERCHOFF-CTJZNER Mill and Lumber Co.,
comer Broadway anp Kansas streets.
The Camp Meeting Attracts Many Visit
Colton, May 27.—Not since the state
citrus fair closed has this city been so
lively as it has during the past few days.
The 10-daya' non-sectarian prayer meet
ing opened at tbe pavilion on Thursday
night. The large music room was crowd
ed witb people who took a deep interest
in the speaker throughout the entire
sermon. The singing was nnder the di
rection of Rev. B. C. Corey of Pomona,
while Miss Hearn presided at the organ.
Tbe formal opening was made Presiding
Elder Chase. Rev. W. A. Wright of
Riverside offered the opening prayer.
Rev. Isaac Naylor, the celebrated York
shire evangelist, then stepped to the
front of the platform and delivered a
very forcible sermon. From tbe begin
ning Mr. Naylor showed wonderful hyp
notic power, and Is a natural orator At
the close of the sermon an after-meeting
was held for those wbo were willing to
assist in the work. A strong interest is
manifested in the work, and no doubt
much good will result from these meet
ings. Preaching every night and special
services will be held during the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Tregear visited Los An
geles and Glendale this week.
A special motor will run to San Ber
nardino each night after tbe services at
Dr. M. F. Price is home from a visit to
the northern part of the state.
Miss Margaret Gee of Lob Angeles is
visiting friends in this city,
visiting in this Cltv.' ' ■ l -->~>i,i-* han been
Mrs. A. F. Judson is home from a
short visit to friends in Los Angeles.
E. E. Thompson and wife are stop
ping on tbeir Aleasandro ranch for a few
Rev. Lorin T. Bush and wife of Port
land, Or., have beet) visiting friends in
Lyman Jones of Modoc county is visit
ing bis sister, Mrs. William Polbemus of
A si6ter of G. W. Colvin has arrived
from Deadwood, S. D., and will reside
A school election will be held June
Mr. Francis baa made application for
a saloon license in Colton.
Rev. J. A. McMillan, who was paator
of the M. E. church in this city three
years ago, is visiting old friends.
'A number of Knights of the Maccabees
of this city will attend the excursion to
Port Los Angeles Decoration day.
A. F. Judson has been attending to
important business in Los Angeles for
tbe past few days.
An effort is being made to revive the
Episcopal church in this city.
Shipping Arrivals and Departnres—Fine
Redondo B=ach, Msy 27. —The
stesmsbip Santa Rosa, Captain Alex
ander, arrived in Redondo port at 12:30
a.m. this morning, landing 213 tona of
merchandise and 53 passengers for Re
dondo. The Santa Rosa succeeded in
discharging her large freight promptly,
as usual, and was away for the south at
7 o'clock a.m.
The steamer Alki is due to arrive this
afternoon from the north with a large
consignment of live bog and 50 tona of
merchandise for Redondo delivery.
The yacht Puritan, Captain McDon
nell, is once more riding the waters
"like a thing of life," having been com
pletely repaired and refitted lor active
Mr. Dyer, representing tbe Stook
tonia Flour company of Stockton was
among the arrivals this morning.
Mr. Fisch of Los Angeles, wholesale
dealer in jewelry and notions, was a
visitor in Redondo this morning.
The fishermen continue to make a
splendid record of their achievements.
Twenty-two hundred pounds of the
finest kind of fish wore landed and for
warded to Lob Angeles and interior
points today. A good variety of fish is
noted, the pompano, surf-fish, the tur
bot, barracuda, bonita and yellowtalls
were all well represented.
Messrs. O. 8. Boone & Co. of Los An
gelea has refitted the stand occupied
last season by E. R. Cbeadlo, between
the bath house and the Casino, and will
open tomorrow with ica cream, soda and
Prof. Kaminermeyer will be associated
with the Arend orchestra at Hotel Re
This morning's arrivals at Hotel Re
dondo were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hall,
Iowa; Mr. Deyou, Santa Fe railway;
Mrs. L. Robinson, Pueblo, Colo.; Mrs.
R. Hoffman, Mrs. J. D. Yerington, Los
Angeles; Mrs. C. L. Christie, Washing
ton, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. O. .T. Brown,
Pomona; F. G. Ryan, Brooksharst; E,
A. Cudahy. R. Selion, Omahai Alias
McCook, U. S. A.; J. N. Flarelle,
Whether on pleasure bent or business,
take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of
Figs, as it acts most pleasantly and
effectively on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
and other forms cf sickness. For sale
in 50 cents and $1 bottles by all leading
LOS ANGELES HERALD. SUNDAY BTCJRNIITO, MATT 28, 1895.
w*„*« — - - --- --—
Tom Morris, tho Sprinter—With Flyers.
The Chicago Exhibit.
Santa Ana, May 27.—Tom Morris will
be in excellent condition when he
meets Pulley at Riverside on the 7th of
next month. Morris says he will be in
better shape than ever before, and
thinks be can defeat tbe Riverside man
in tbe 100-yard footrace for $3000 a side.
All the Santa Ana sports will go up to
back the peat land wonder.
WITH THE FLYERS.
The air about tbe race track is blue
with horee talk these days, and the
grounds present a busy appearance. One
hundred flyers are quartered at the
track, and all are being worked out.
The iair directors have acted liberally
in the matter of purses for the races
this year, and no doubt some very
speedy horses will be entered in the
free-for-all pace and trot, for which
$1000 purses have been hung up. There
will also be $0000 in purses for stallions
eligible to the 2:20 class, and plenty of
money for tbe gallopers and road horses.
It is probable that we will bave six days
of racing, and owing to liberal purses
offered, noted horses will be entered.
The track ia in superior driving condi
Neernut, George Ford's fine bay 2
year-old stallion, is doing remarkably
good work, as is Walter Robinson's
Ketchuin, and Goldstein's Oddwood.
These are three of the most promising
young horses on the track, and all are
entered in the 2-year-old stakes.
John Garner'g horses are doing finely,
and so are those being driven by Hohn.
Sylvester's Nutford is pacing along at
a lively gait already, and the owner of
the great side-wheeler has great expect
ations of Nutford getting a mark well
down in the teens this year.
Jolly E. B. Qifford is growing fat and
jollier than ever as be watches or drives
bis horses, and seems well satisfied with
the work they are doing. He knows
Alta Reina will surprise some of the
talent this season.
The great Silkwood is taking life easy
and resting on bis laurels at the Plaza
ranch. He will be put to work soon,
and if Mr. Willets can enter him in tbe
world's fair race at Chicago this season
he will do so. It is safe to say that if
the black beauty is taken east of the
Bocky Mountains he will never return,
for Mr. Willits would Bell him if a good
price was offered.
Last night J. A. Jones, Al Sanders of
Los Angeles, George Edgar, J. W. Mor
rison and George Beseonnett, members
of the Santa Ana Gun club, enjoyed a
fish at Newport. Owing to the absence
of the Parker brothers and others the
full club was not present, but those who
went had an enjoyable time. Popular
J«uTiorJ,"Bflt this time'hfThad tne i ßgn fi lsj
back them up, end a finer lot we have
never seen. „Tbe gentleman captured
several of tbe largest sea bass ever
caught at Newport, and had a glorious
ORANGE COUNTY AT CHICAGO.
In a letter received today by M. J.
Bundy, Maggy Joplin says: "The work
of arranging exhibits in the California
building haa at laat commenced, and
with it special exhibits by some of tbe
counties, which I thought a violation of
the compact; hence went to Mr. Wig
gins and made a kick, but he says these
features were passed npqn by tha dis
trict board. I told bim I had not un
derstood that it was to be bo, and
that our people would be dissatisfied.
But to the masses of the people it is
only California or Southern California,
and I don't think localities will gain any
special advantage by so doing, I have
nearly killed myself in the cold water
reprocessing display fruits, and am not
quite through yet. Generally it comes
out looking all right after a bath in the
lake water and dressed in 8 cents per
gallon distilled. I have not opened a
great deal of the domestic, but so far
have found it badly shaken to pieces
and mixed. I have not received any
explanation of the oranges and lemons
shipped about the 3d inst., and have
only put up a display of H. K. Snow's
lemons, which I could identify by the
stencil on the box, and which, by the
way, I entered for competition. . . .
The oranges were not fit for exhibit.
Tbe navels were too soft, and tbe two
boxes of Mediterranean Sweets from my
place I suppose might have done to
finish and top off some design, but were
not fit to exhibit es specimens. Mr.
Wiggins told me today that he
wants us to furnish some oranges and
lemons for district display, . . The
outlook is not flattering for selling, . .
A few Santa Anans stroll into the build
ing and want to know what is the mat
ter with us Californians, aa though we
were superintendents of construction.
. . . "There seems to be a little
disposition of moderation on the part of
the herders of the for-six months-built
hotels, and I think in about another
month or so some of them may get peo
ple enough in them to settle tbe founda
tions, but as yet most people are stop
ping up in tbe city, where rates and
railroad fare together are more reason
Mra. Dora C. Hughes left for the east
today, to be absent two months.
E. E. Gallup went to San Juan hot
J. R. Conlee, editor of the Covina Ar
gus, is in the city today. He is on his
way for an outing in Trabuca cation.
A marriage license was obtained today
by William Z. Marsh, 28 years of age, a
resident of Florence, and Mary Hester,
aged 18, of Orange.
Prof. Wells and hia wife were very de
lightfully surprised last evening by a
number of the professor's pupils from
Elder James Logan of Paso Roblea ia
visiting Elder H. D. Connell and family.
He may remain aud preach in the Chris
tian church tomorrow.
Mr. and Mra. P. S. Roper gave a most
delightful entertainment in the form of
a conversazione at their home last even
ing. Soma 30 of their young friends en
joyed the evening very much.
L. Gildmacher and family will arrive
in Santa Ana this evening and make an
Rev. G. E. Dye will spend Sunday in
San Diego, where he will occupy the
pulpit of the First Baptist church and
also visit a sick friend.
Regular services will be held in all of
the churches except the Baptist church
tomorrow. There no aarvloa will be
held in tbe morning and a praise service
will occupy tbe evening hour.
At the M. E. church memorial ser
vices will be held at 11 a. m. which will
be attended by the G. A. R. and W.
Phillip Harris, of the firm of Gold
smith & Harris, is to be married to
morrow to Miss Hirsbfeldt of Bakers
Professor Plnmmer writes from San
Jacinto that Dr. L. Gregory, the county
superintendent of Riverside county,
after having examined the account
books of several superintendents, con
siders Superintendent Greeley's the
best and has ordered the same forms.
A well deserved compliment to our su
Misses Nellie and KittieQuackinbusb,
who came down from Los Angeles on
bicycles a few weeks ago, arrived here
again last evening and left for San
A. J. Crookshank was in town on
Three hundred and fifty people went
from Santa Ana on tbe excursion to
San Juan-by-the-Sea today.
Numbers of Santa Anans expect to go
to Redondo for Salt Water day tomorrow.
The latest attraction added to the pro
gramme for field day next Tuesday is a
fat boys' race. A fine prize will be
given the winner, Let us all see the
Theriff Lacy made two foreclosure
sales today—that of tbe Hotel Del
Campo at Anaheim and some property
in the Travis tract, west of Orange.
Mrs. Roper returned home this morn
ing, accompanied by her son, who has
been at Stanford.
Will McClain returned from Stanford
for the summer vacation today.
Aaron Hnddleston returned from San
Mrs. 0. R. Bmith's Sunday school
class went to Newpoat for an outing
A party from Anaheim, ont for a straw
ride, had a dance in Nell's ball last
Many Newi Notes from the Little Seaside
Santa Momica, May 27.—The travel
to the seashore in this direction in
creases daily, yesterday every train be
ing heavily loaded, the 9:30 a. m. train
having 11 coaches, many of the week
day travelers becoming permanent sea
Today preparations bave been made
to properly entertain the usual Sunday
Engineer C. 0. Sroufe of the Southern
Pacific, who superintended the construc
tion of the Soldiers' Home branch of the
road, left today for Sah Fernando valley,
his inture scene of usefulness. While
here he made many friends, who more
than regret his departure, hoping to see
bim soon again.
H. C. Black of Kentucky, who has
made Santa Monica his abiding place for
tbe past six months, left yesterday for
Burbank. Rumor says that several of
our young ladies are heart broken in
Tbe public schools close _on Friday
next for tbeir summer vacation.
Councilman Tom Strobm was among
yesterday's beach visitors.
Mr. mad Mrs. Abbott ftjomaon have
left for a visit to eastern relatives!.
run Santa Fe time card goes into
effect today, wmuu mm ■»<. follows: Leav
ing First street, Lob Angeles, for Santa
Monica, 8:55 a. m., 10 a. in., and 8>:2B
p. m. Leaving Santa Monico for Los
Angeles, 8 a. m., 1:31, 3:59 and 5:26 p.
m. Leave Santa Monica for Redondo,
9:50 a. m.
Tbe theater train on the Southern Pa
cific last night took down a merry party
M. D. Feather has divided his store
on Third street, renting one-half to the
delicacy firm. He has also made it
doubly attractive by a fresh coat of
Tbe victorious Canadian tug of war
team visted the beach today.
Mr, and Mra. Edwin L. Doheny of Sil
ver City, N. M., spent Friday here,
guests of Bellevue cottage.
Tbe Santa Monica Commercial com
pany has brought suit against G. A.
McElfreeb, high chief ranger of the
I. O. F. of California, on a promissory
note for money loaned.
Tbe Santa Monica band gave a free
open air concert at tbe Neptune gardens
Trinity M. E. church, south, held
their annual Sunday school picnic at
Santa Monica canon yesterday, the
Southern Pacific providing a special for
The steamer Ai Xi arrived at the
wharf laat night and will take 25,C00
sacks of grain as a cargo from this place.
Mrs. Senator J. P. Jones and Mr. and
Mrs. Le Roy Jones arrived home on Fri
day last. -
The many friends of Mr. George P.
Pendleton-will regret to hear of his be
ing on the sick liet.
Mrß, 0. W. Metier of San Bernardino
is spending a few days at Santa Monica.
Among the recent arrivals at Hotel
Jackson are S. E. Salter, Mr. Basauch,
8. M. Woods, George E. Jones, H. F.
Kckert, San Francisco; Mr. and Mra. C.
D. Wyle, Oakland; Mies Alice Com
stock," St. Louis; W. H. Miller and
niece, Denver; P. 0. Tonner, Pomona;
A. W. Way, James W. Murray, San Ber
nardino ; M. B. Little, Sacramento; A.
Carlton, Santa Ana; James B. White,
Chicago; J. B. Nemosco; O. L. Near, A.
Petty, Paul Fitzgerald, S. H. Perine, Ed
Jeffreys, M. D., Charles H. Rioh, A. P.
Maginnie, Los Angeles.
At the Be levue oottage there are Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Aarrisou, San Francisco;
J. D. Carlton, Oakland; Miss' DsCamp,
Mrs. H. B. Kahn, Mrs. Jennie Judab, L.
S. Stein, New York city; John J. Ar
nold, Myron Clarke, Jefferson City, la.
Items or Interest.
FIRST-CLASS ROOrt* «nd best table board
al Santa Monica at Bellevuo Cottage (tn aou
neotlou with KeHevuo Terrace. Los Angeles),
Ocean avenue. Mrs. C. W. Htowart, Prop.
ALL WHO ENJOY good Krenoh cooking go
to the Delmonloo Restaurant, Second street,
Stnta Monica, where P. Dauphlnu, the oele
bratert chef, presides over culslue. Private
rooms, if desired.
Long- Beach Notes.
FOR GOODS at Los Angeles prloes go to Wm.
Schilling's corner of Pino and Second streets.
Clean, fresh stock of groceries, dry goods, boots
and shoes, etc
Importer and dealer la Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods All kinds of silks, silk dress pat
terns, embroidered silk dressing gowns, shawls
and handkerchiefs, aud gents' furnishing
goods; and also manufactures ladles' under
wear. I respectfully call the attention of tho
public to 'he fact thst all my stock is now on
special sale, regardless of cost. No. 805 North
Mmn street, opposite the plaza, Los Angeles.
Poison Oak—Hall's dream Salve
will give imi men in to relief and cure in 34
hours. 36 and 50c. OIT A Vaughan'a drug
store, Fourth and Spring sis.
Wall Paper at Cos*.
Closing out sale—Kokstrom A Strasburg, 307
and 309-South Main street
Visiting- Cards Eagrawd
At Langstadter's, 314 West Second. Tel. 763
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap dusters. Foy's
old reliable saddlery house, 315 N.Los Angeles.
The Programme for Memorial Day—Co
■ Will Colebrate.
San Bbknabdino, May 27.—Tha pre
parations for observing Memorial day in
this city are about complete. Tomorrow
evening Rev. A. J. Wells will preach
a sermon to the veterans. Tuesday,
Decoration day, the graves of the old
soldiers will be decorated by the school
children. The parade will form at 3 p.
m., instead of in the forenoon, aa baa
been the case heretofore. W. 0. Olark
will act as marshal of the day, while
Charles Wells and Frank Kellar have
been appointed aides. Tho march on
Third to D, up D to Seventh, down Sev
enth to the cemetery. Arriving at tbe
cemetery, tbe usual services will be
held by tne 0.A.R., at the conclusion of
which Miss Grace Metcalf will recite a
poem. In the evening exercises will be
held in the pavilion. Col. L. F, Eggera
will deliver the oration. Those who
have flowers are requested to bring
them to Allen's hall early Tuesday
morning, as they will be needed at the
cemetery. An invitation has been ex
tended to all wheelmen in tbe city to
join in the parade. The parade will
form as follows:
Platoon of Police.
Company E, N. a. C.
Cornman Post, No. 57. ii. A. R.
Han Bernardino Pioneers.
Arrowhead Parlor, N. S. G. W.
Frank T. Singer, commsndor; aidiß, John
Brown, Walter Wagner and Ralph Garner,
Form on F streetlight resting on Third.
Col H. L. Drew, commander; aide/, JB. H.
Showers and Prof. Alex. «. Frye. '
/orm on F street above Fourth.
Sons of Veterans.
Turn Vereln society.
Cornman Corps, No. 9, W. B. C.
Citizens in Carriages.
A, Palmer, commander! aides, Frank Hol
crmb and H. P. Kice.
Form on Fourth street, right on g.
Company E has taken steps to cele
brate the glorious Fourth of July in
this city in a fitting manner, a thing
that has not occurred of late years. A
programme has been arranged that will
attract a large crowd of visitors to this
city from the surrounding country.
The militia are trying to raise funds to
bring the entire Ninth regiment of seven
companies here on that date. 'It is
their intention to have a grand military
parade, sbam battle, battalion drill and
fire works. The railroads bave agreed
to run excursions to accommodate the
people. It will require about $1000 to
carry out the programme that is being
arranged by the boys and they need
the hearty co-operation of all our busi
ness men. A number of firms have al
ready made liberal donations. A cele
bration worthy of name in this city
would not only keep our citizens at
home but bring a large number of
strangers to tbe city. The direct ad
vantage to the city would more than
compensate for the outlay.
Mies Hattie Curtis will spend Sunday
in lion Angeles.
Mrs. R. T. Blow and family left today
for an outing at Santa Monica.
t The board of supervisors will meet on
Word was received in this city today
of tbe death of Jobn A. McNee at San
Francisco.on tjha.2oth .JMr. McNee
was one of the principal owners of tho
Houghton tract near this city.
Alma an old-time resident
of this city.,- died in.. San ' Francisco last
Miss Grace Metcalf will recite a poem
during the ceremonies at the cemetery
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Ricb died last evening and will be buried
tomorrow at 10 o'clock.
The bicyclists of this city had a run to
Colton last evening, about 20 wheelmen
A new time card goes into effect to
morrow on the Santa Fe.
A marriage license has been issued by
the county clerk to Arthur Frayton,
aged 29, and Lulu Cuehing, age 30, both
ol Los Angeles.
The strawberry social given by the
ladies of the Episcopal guild last even
ing at the residence of Mrs. Seth Mar
shall, was well attended and proved a
very enjoyable affair.
On Monday tbe painters and decorat
ors will commence operations on tbe
interior of the opera house which will be
entirely changed. The walls and ceil
ing will be redecorated while tbe entire
buildiDg will be repainted and changed.
The Beet Product—Local and Personal
Anaheim, May 27. —Oar beet fields are
all weeded and tbinned out. Thie work
ia generally done by boys, who can do it
faster and better than men. All of tbe
beets planted this year that are receiv
ing any care are looking as thrifty as one
could wish, and Prof. Hocke, the Chino
expert, says our beets look fully as well
as any in Chino. It is estimated that at
the price agreed npon the net yield will
A jolly crowd of yonng people armed
with fish horns, tin whistles and other
instruments of torture were out for a
hay ride last evening.
Lewis' bus took a number of the
Chosen Eriends to tbe cafion today who
are in this way celebrating their four
Company G contemplates giving a
grand ball some time next month.
The Anaheim Turnverein give a grand
picnic and barbecue tomorrow in the
Samuel Hamilton, esq., of Los Angeles
was in town yesterday attending to legal
The Southern Pacific company have
put in a long switch, extending from
tbe depot past Broadway, for tbe ac
commodation of tho Anaheim beet
The commencement exercises of the
Anaheim public schools will be held at
the opera house, June 9th.
H. C. Kellogg left for the world's fair
Thursday. S. E. Kieffer will have
charge of the office during Mr. Keliogg's
F. 1. Meyer, a wine merchant of San
Antonio, Tex., is in town after a car
load of Anaheim wine.
Mies Cora Lewis is visiting frienda in
Miss Fannie Higgins is in San Fran
cisco attending the meeting of the grand
parlor, N. D. C. W.
Mrs. del Valle is visiting here, the
guest of Mrs. Theo. Rimpau.
Mrs. S. S. Federman and daughter
have returned from a visit to friends in
Professor Hocke of Chino is iri town
today attending the sugar beet meeting.
Mrs. Jobn Kuebler, who haß been
quite sick for several weeks past, is now
Tha School Cloud Ntwa and Pergonal
La Cbbscenta, May 27.—The school
closed for ths summer vacation yester
day. There were appropriate exercises by
eth pupils in the afternoon. The teacher,
Miss Hadassah Thomas, returns today
to her home in Los Angeles. She has
given universal satisfaction, and her de
parture is regretted by.
Mr. H. E. Fraley sustained a very
painful injury laat Tuesday afternoon.
He fell from a load of hay, breaking his
leg above the knee. Dr. Hopkins of
La Canada is attending bim, and be is
doing as well as possible under the cir
cumstances. Mr. Fraley has been very
unfortunate of late, only a short time
having been knocked down and tramped
upon by a horse.
Mrs.Thomas Niccolls of San Francisco,
daughter of Mr. Ignace Scherb, ia visit
ing her parents at this place, previous to
a trip to the world's fair and other
points in the east.
Mr. John Hetherington, a native of
England and a resident of Vancouver
island, died on Thursday evening last at
the hotel in this piece from quick con
sumption. He came here a few weeks
ago, too late to be benefited by the
climate, as be was then in tbe last
stages of the dread disease. He was
about 35 years of age, had no near rela
tives in this country, and will be buried
from the hotel, where he had received
every kind attention possible from Mr.
Fraley's people. Mr. Hetherington was
well off in this world's goods, and made
every provision for his funeral.
On Monday evening next. May 29th,
Rev. J. 0. Fletcher gives one of hiß en
joyable lectures in the school house at
this place, tbe subject being Florence,
The Beautiful. It will bo illustrated
with stereoptican views. The admis
sion is 15 cents for adults, 10 cents for
A pleasant wedding occurred in our
valiey on Thursday last, being the mar
riage of Miss Mabel Cunningham of this
place to Mr. Charles W. Constable of
Mr. A. N. King is planting orange and
lemon trees on the two lots which he re
cently purchased, just south of bis
Twenty-five boxes of fine oranges were
sent from the Dr. Briggs place to the
world's fair at Chicago, recently ; also
some exceptionally fine lemons.
Mr. Stevens and wife, wealthy resi
dents of British Columbia, are guests at
Villa Esperanza. Mies Swallow of Ver
mont is also a guest at tbe same popular
This annoying scalp trouble, which
gives the hair and untidy appearance, is
cured by skookum root hair grower. All
Time Getting- Short.
Ai well as the list of Wolfskill tract lots
that can be had at auction prices. Don't
delay, for they are going fast. Almost
every pnrcbascr takes at least two lots.
Call Monday for full particulars. Los
Angeles Land Bureau—Easton, Eldridge
& Co., 207 South Broadway.
And agate ware in great variety at tbe
W. 0. Furrey company,|ls9,l6l and 163
North Spring street.
SOUTHERN CAL. BUSINESS DIMCTOiIY.
Floyd Burgess has a splendid line of orna
mental fruit irees, plants, Mowers and nursery
stock at 577 Third street, west of motor depot,
which will be sold at reasonable prices;
John H. Myrick does all kinds of machine
work on short notice He also sells new and
second hand machinery and furnishes esti
mates on application. Machine works are lo
cated at 679 Third street.
The French-American hotel, at f147 Third
Btreet, serres meals at all honrs at reasonable
rates. A quiet family hotel where board can
be secured by the day, week or month,
J. Kaowland, the merchant tailor, has a com
plete line of s'lmmer woolens which he will
make up at the lowest living prices. He guar
antees a perfect fit In every instance. Shop at
The Red Light saloon, owned by 8. Tossetti,
near the corner of Third and F streets, is the
place to get a cool drink of beer or good liquors
B. Shousectz deals In all kinds of fruits, nuts
and cigars. Ice cold soda a specialty. He al
ways pleases his customers, as he gives the
most of everything for the money. Stand at
384 D street.
Bldgood Brothers' restaurant, at 365 D streot,
make a specialty of dinners. Tjicy employ
only white help, and enjoy the confidence of a
host of enstomers. Sal a meal with them.
The popular shoe store at 572 Third street,
owned by T. Purvis, is headquarters for ladles
and tents' fine shoes. Ho gives you the best
goods for the least money. Hia russet shoes
are Just the thing for summer.
J. B. Kimball, at 413 D street, will paint your
buggy or carriage iv such a manner that you
will not recognize It, Turns out the finest
work in the city.
The New York Kitchen is the place for short
oiders. They keep evorythiug the market af
fords, and cook it before your eyes. Opposite
tbe Hew at. Obarles.
A. D. Boren would like 100 families to settle
on good fruit and alfalfa lands, near railroad.
Prices $25 to $50 per acre. Terms reasonable.
Office, 355 D sireet.
The San Bernardino Oil company will sell
you a five-gallon can of extra Pearl oil for $1:
does not char the wick or smoke the chimney;
gasoline and lubricating oils.
J. Q. Eikelman, 146 and 148 Third street,
dealer In hay, grain, coal and wood, is the
cheapest place in town. He delivers every
thing in bis Hue to any part of the city free.
Varloy A Salter, practical wagon makers,
near the Corner of Fourth and D Streets, Is the
place to get your wagon repaired. They are ex
perienced men and make reasonable charges.
A. &E. 3. Shirley, at 350 Third street, do all
kinds of bicycle repairing and cleaning.
Bicycles to rent cheap. They are agents for
the XL and New Howe cycles.
The New St. Oharlea hotel la first-class in
every particular. It is centrally looated aud
furnishes (ample rooms for commercial men.
A. Jonas jt Brothers, the enterprising cloth
iers and shoers of this olty, are receiving new
roods dally. They are the leaders of low
prices and fashions and are agents for the
lelebrated Knox hat. Next door to New St.
The Pony stables can supply you with double
tnd single rigs and saddle horses. Horses
warded by the week. Best of care taken with
ill stock. West Third st., near P.
11. 1). Root is selling harness cheeper than
my man In town. Repairing in all of its
iranches. Shop on Third street between 0 and
Chris Kurtz will greet the traveling public at
he Southern hotel and treat them well. This
Kipular house is located at the corner of Jourth
md D streets.
Cropley A Hoogstraat, at 338 and 338 D street,
lo a general livery business and hack Hue.
t«r;e line to connect with Santa Fo for moun
nlu resorts, Little and Big Bear valley. Tele
Paul S. Miguel carries a complete line of lm
lorted aud domestic cigars, tobaccos and smea
rs' articles, Bel's the best two-for-25 cent
lgar in town. Cut rate on tickets. No. 533
The numerous arrivals at the Old St. Charles
otel give evidence that tbe house still tetaius
ts old-time popularity among travelers. The
.ecent addition of incandescent lights through
out the building makes a, decided improve
Petterman .« Son* ol the Long Beach Livery
and Feed stables can supply you with double
and single rigs, saddle horses, tally-hos and
three-sealers. Also connected with tbe Fetter
man hotel, line avenue, one block from wharf;
rates $1 to #1.50 per day.
The Alamltas Land company has choice lem
on and fruit laud at $150 per acre, with one
share of water stock with each acre. Basy
payments and low interest. Correspondence
L. A. Bailey, general hardware, corner Third
and l'leru, oifioe of Uanabl Lumber oompany,
Bstlmates given on hardware, paints, lumber
and sash and doors, etc
L. Decker, tbe real estate and Insurance
agent, does a general business in real estate
and inaurauna. kmlsiwsisllrissA X i
ONLY THREE DAYS!
Remain of the $5-a-Month Rate
for Catarrhal Affections.
Note Mr. L. J. Croweirg Letter to
Mr. E. B. Smith, and
Daring the Month of May Dr. De IWoneo
and associates will treat catarrhal affec
tion! at the rate of S5 a month, and
lurolih all medlclnei free until cured.
For all other disease! the price will be
low and uniform, accord Ins; to the actual
coatof the remedlee required.
Pasadsna. Cal., April 12,1893,
E. B. Hxrrn, Esq , P. M., Pomona, Cal.
Dsar sb; 1 noticed in the Los Angeles
Time! your name used by The De Monco M3d
leal Institute ol having been cured by them ot
catarrh. As lam a sufferer I write to ask you
if your case was of long standing and a bad
on 1,; if so, how long were you under treatment,
and are you now completely cured. I huvo
tried about evorythlug without getting much
of any relief. I trust yon will oblige me with
a reply explaining your Symplons, as there are
various forms of oata rh. Mine drops down
into my throat; lam constantly hacking and
coughing, always stopped up and short of
breath. Hoping lam not asking to > much of
your valuable time, aud that you will kindly
favor mo with a reply at onco, for which I will
be grateful, lam with respect,
Yours very truly,
L, J. CBOWKLU
No. 275 Center St., Pasadena, CaL
Pomona, Cal., April IS, 1893.
L. J. Obowbli,. _.„
Yours just received, and in answer will say,
all yoo read In the Times is true as regards my
case. Only about two months slnoe I com
menced treatment, and I am certainly rid ot
the annoying aud hacking cough. My symp
toms were hacking, coughing and stuffing up
of the throat. Would wake up nights with the
sensation of a lump in my throat, and would
swullow times too numerous to mention, final
ly get up and clear my throat before I could
get »ny rest or sleop. 'ihon In the mornings
wonlu'have a sensation of some dry hard sub
stance in the throat, and would ooogh and
hack until eveiy muscle was strained, and at
times would succeed in getting a hard sub
stance out of my throat. 1 had pains over my
eyes, thruugh my chest, and under my shoul
der blades; at timos very difficult about hear
ing in conclusion, I am rid of all that, for
which I do not begrudge the trifling cost. Nuw
the question, is it permanent, will take more
time to prove. At all eveuts, 1 have been more
than ten times paid, that I am sure of. The
treatment is noihing unpleasant, and I would
advise any BUlloror to try Dr. De Monoo and
associates. . _
Very rfupectfrjlly yours,
K. B. SMITH, P. M.
gMW Beware of those who advertise
free services and then charge for
medicines, or advertise free medi
cines and then charge for services.
One visit will convince. Take warn
ing - in time. All reputable physi
cians are not ashamed of their names.
Trnsty Lieutenant, Mr. E. B. Smith,
Postmaster at Pomona, CaL,
Makes a Strong Statement.
Among all the well-known clttsens of Po
mona none are better or more favorably known
than Mr. £. B. Smith, Postmaster.
'' : ' ! '''
The following statement made by Mr. Smith
1 carries weight with it, and will bo good news
to his many friends. He says:
"I suffered for years from chronic catarrh ol
the head, uoso and throat, and during tha past
yoar tho trouble became very much worse. I
had Intense pains through my head, and some
times roaring and ringing sounds that would
almost make me wild. My hearing was so
mnch affected ihat it oaused mi considerable
annoyance. My nose was always stopped up
with large hard lumps. There was a continual
discharge of mucous into my throat, and In the
mornings it would cause me to hawk and spit
until I was almost exhausted. 1 had severe
pains through my chest and under my should
ers. I could hot sleep well at night, and would
get up iv ths morning feeling but little re
"I hare been nnder tho aaro of Dr. De Monoo
and associates but a short time, and I have not
felt so well for years. I sleep well, pains hiv*
all left me, and my hearing Is wonderfully Im
"I am very well pleased, Indeed, and I an
glad to give my statement, If 1 oan be of any
benefit to the public."
THEIR MAIL TREATMENT
In addition to their office treatm9nt, and fot
the benefit of those who cannot visit them,
they have "question blanks" which they will
send to you upon application by mall. Bo sura
to answer Maoh quesHoo. carefully, for upoa
this depends the success of their treatment,
Medicines will b) promptly shipped to your
Inclose 1 cents with application for blank.
Permanency, Education, Experience,
Honesty, and Skill Is tbe Founda
tion on Which They Build.
Tbe Da Monoo Medical lastitatt,
Located Permanently In the Newell atvt
Kader Hulldlna;, Kuoius 8,
4, 6, Sand 10,
MIX SOUTH BROADWAY
DR. DE MONCO AND ASSOCIATES.
i Catarrh and all diseases ol
the Bar. Bye, Throat and Lungs, Nervous Dis
eases, skin Diseases, Chronic Diseases.
9to 11 a, m., 2 to 5 p. m. 7 to o p. in.
Sunday: 9 to 11 a. m.
Onaranteo Cure for Gonorrhoea, Chronlo Glees, Bur
ning Floors or * ricburps, and Ltmobrrhcsa or lusui
standing positively cured from Cto 14 days. Sold by
lir.ieglst._MT.! only by WOI T«irß\ CtMl OH •
.VIA Hl.fil? CO., Im» Anselrs, Cal.. IT. S. A.
Price. M, P. O. Box 58.
Ask yo-r dnsfist tor INJUOTIOH Tnt*"!
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BST AIL
Main Offlea: LOS ANIrSLBS,
Wholesale Yard at SAN PKDHO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda,
Asusa, Bur bank. Planing Mills—Los Angela*
■nd Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded **w as