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SAN BERNARDINO. Personal aid Newe Notee—Society llvente nl Note. San Bernardino, June 14,—Mrs. L. B. Dssrborne left yeßterday for Oakland, after having spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. W. M. Bristol at East Highlands. The Coiton News presents the name ef Prof. W. F. Bliss as a candidate for the Republican nomination for county school superintendent. The lemalne of Rev. Angus McKensle, whose death ocourred at tbe county hos pital Monday, were shipped to Portland, Ore., today. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Schaffer, and Mrs. Whittaker and Miss Ohapman of Chi cago, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker, picnicked in Little Bear valley today. The Christian Endeavor sooiety of tbe Presbyterian church will give an "even ing with Dickens" tonight. The liter ary and musical programme is of a high order, and tbe admission fee be ing placed at 10 cents insures a crowded bouse. Following is the programme: Sketch of Life and Critique of Dickens' W Mu"lo. D 'ttriiig C (iiiartette — Misses Ounsolus, Messrs. Nugent and X .o. Selection from Nicholas Nlckleby, A Dose of Sulphur aud Molasses—Emma Morgan. Solo, Answer—Mrs.'.', v. Dickey. Beading from Donibey aud Son, What Are the Wild Waves Saying?—Mi«" Boiey. Duel, What Are the Wild Waves Baying?— Misses Dixon. _ . _ . Selection! from Hard Times, Wanted--Facts —Florence Meyers Beading from Pickwick Papers—Dr. Bedford. Music by strlux quartette—Misses Quusolus, Messrs. Nugent aud Roe. Miss Phoebe Sites of Dee Moines, la., has been chosen to teach in tbe Red lands publio schools in tbe place of Mist Anna Hurley, resigned. County Treasurer Reeves today sold the bonds of Mojave school district to the amount of $1000, at $0.25 premium. The purchaser wee W. W. Cockins of Los Angeles. The Street Improvement society meets Saturday night in department two. vity'uy tins ■mn.rrfu'onltm"nor tne' month of May was 10. An Evening With Dickens at the Presbyterian church tonight. The Bear valley stage leaves tomorrow morning at 5 o'clock. R. L. Lewis and J. 8. Purselow left yesterday via the Santa Fe en route to Banta Barbara. Tbe directors of the Ontario Water company have signed tbe contract witb C. Prankish, for tbe purchase of water to be developed from tbe work now un der way on the edge of the Cucamonga cation. Those intereated in the devel opment are very hopolul of securing a large flow of wuter. At the last auction Bale of fruit at San Franciaco some grape fruit sent by tbe Ontario exchange sold for $8.25 per box. The highest price realized for oranges at that sale, which closes the eeasou, was $2 for St. Michaels, from Ontario. Tbe suit of the Weat Twin Creek Water company vs. Mra, J. G. Water man et al. has been settled outside of court aud the case dismissed. Deputy Sheriff F. R. Keyes is in from Needles with a prisoner who has been committed to tbe county jail for three months, for larceny. Vinton L. Mitchell has filed a home stead declaration. Tomorrow evening the "open meet ing" at the First M. E. ohuroh will offer nnusual attractions to the public. Pro fessor Kirk will deliver his lecture en titled From the Blarney Stone to Dub lin. Tho following officers were elected by Arrowhead tent, No. 12, Knights of the Maccabees, at their last review: Past commander, J. F. Parker; commander, W. P. Snyder; lieutenant commander, George E. Wright; record keeper, Ben jamin F. Levet; rinanco keeper, F. H. Moore; chaplain, W. P. Coulter; physi cian, I. W. Il.izlett; sergeant, T. O Car ter; master at arms, H. Craig; F. M. of G..E. 8. Hardman; 8. M. of G., Wm. Reynolds; sentinel, 8. Taylor; picket, Wm. ArtUß. The people of Yanderbilt have peti tioned for the reappointment of E. A. Tuttle as justice of the peace. In the case of the People vs. Sanford, charged with assault with intent to commit murder, the jury failed to agree upon a verdict. It is said nine were for acquittal and three for conviction. CHINO. Horn Moiling st ,ok f>r tha Marrow Oauiro - Notaa. Cuino, Jane 14. —Mr. Gird has closed the deal for tbe rolling stock of the Santa Ana, Fatrview and Pacific railroad, and H. A. Hunter ia at present in Fairview superintending its shipment to this place. There will be a grand masked ball in the Chino opera house on the evening of the Fourth of July, which promises to surpass in some respects the highly suc cessful one given on the let of June. Chino lodge, Independent Order of Foresterß, will celebrate the anniversary of the founding of their order by attend ing special services in Opera hall next Sunday morning, A large number of visiting members will be present. Rev. P. B. Hall, pastor of the Christian church, will officiate. B. K. Gal breath will erect a substan tial and sightly brick building on the lot at present occupied by his store. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Parker of Los Angeles were guests of Mr. Gird on Thursday. Colonel Wilson, agent of the Souther? Pacific Railroad company, came in on Thursday morning's train. Ed Connelly, the trainer, who has charge of a stria* of trotters from tne Chiuo raach.was in town Tuesday, m reperts bis horses as working well, and exneots great tbiage of Irene Crocker and Saccharine. Charles A. Carpenter has been spend ing the last three days and lots of money in Los Angeles. N. H. Oottman, who was associated with tbe late 0. K. Hamilton as assist ant general manager and seoretary of the Ohino Valley Beet Sugar company, has been appointed manager for the coming year. Mr. Oottman's familiar ity witb tbe details of the bnsiness and his business qualifications make the appointment an appropriate one. Mr. Schenoke, treasurer of the 0. V. B. S. Co., who has been acting as tem porary manager of the factory, will re turn to New York and resume the du ties of bis position in tne general office of tbe Oxnard company. Richard Gird and A. D. Fraser left for Bakerstield Friday morning. They will attend the Republican congressional convention, and, from there, go on to Sacramento and San Francisco. Councillor Hugh Percy will begin the erection of a new house on his Central avenue lot next week. The public schools will close Friday. Closing exercises,- consisting of songs, recitations, tableaux, etc., will be given in open hall. A few of the nickel-plated aristocrats of Chine will picnic ia the San Antonio or San Dimes can m Sunday. Bottled beer and deviled bam will flow like water and their friends, the corn eilki, are very anxious that the hilarity of the occasion should not be marred by any untoward accident. PASADENA. That Jtealgaatlnn of Bey. Kollook. Throop Items — Personals. Pasadbna, June 14.—Mr. Geo. Conant communicates the following in relation to the resignation of Rev. Florence Kol lock: It was reported in yesterday's Star tbat Rev. Florence Kollook bad resigned her position aa pastor of the Universalist church and tbat her resignation had been accepted. Now, thia is emphatically not so. Misa Kollock has not resigned, did not resign at the parish meeting on Monday evening nor at any other time, and, not having resigned, her resignation could not bave been accepted. Miss Kolloek is firmly anchored here in the hearts of the people, and the par ish is a unit in retaining ber another year, not as associate pastor, but as pastor-in-cbief, unembarrassed in all - ber clerical and parish work. Rev. Dr. Conger, it is well known and_he aclr.nowl to do the pulpit work and perform the other Julius connected with a large and constantly growing cburcb. The church and parish aud congrega tion are overwhelmingly in favor of Miss Kollock's being tbe sole and only pastor of tbe Pasadena Universalist church. Will the Times and Hkkald and Ex press please make this correction? It may be stated tbat the original ar ticle which led to tbe mistake appeared in the Herald of Tuesday morning and was afterwards copied by the Star and Times, in which it was stated tbe resig nation of Miss Kollock was presented, owing to the fact that her call expired before the end of the summer vacation. Her many friends will be glad to know she is to remain among us. A CLOSB SUAVI. Contractor W. 0. Baeore had one of tbe tightest tqneer.es in his long experi ence at house moving today, when he succeeded in placing the Stiller, house on the lot directly west of Dr. Van Slyck'a house. It was at first thought the building was a few inches wider than tbe lot, but by tearing off aome of the trimmings there was found to be three-qnartera of an inch to spare. It took aome close work, but the structure was finally set down without touching the other property. The structure ie one of tho wooden affairs from Olive wood and it waa an extremely lucky thing it was not an inch wider, in which case it would have had to be torn to pieces or carted back where it came from. THROOP CLOSING. There will be no formal graduating at Throop this year, none of the pupils having completed the course. Interest ing exercises, however, will be held on Monday and Tuesday of next week. On Monday evening President C. H. Keyes will deliver hie annual address to the students in east hall, commencing at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation is extend ed to tbe public. On Tuesday, tbe 10th, the institution will be open for the reception of visitors from 10 a. m. to 4 p. in. Work will continue as usual in tbe manual training department until 1 o'clock, and visitors calling previous to tbat hour will see the whole system in operation. The day will cloee with a grand conoert in east hall, to which all aro invited. NOTES. The death of A. M. Moore, aged 32, occurred at his home on Mary street, today, from consumption. The annual catalogue of the Throop Polytechnic is out and can be secured by applying at the ofliee. Diplomas for excelling in music have been awarded Miaa Kdith Gardner and Mies Mamie Young by the world's fair commiesionerg. The lot on the northwest corner of Broadway and X Miens street has been purchased by William Morgan from James Smith for $2820. The sermon which was to have been delivered at the Catholic church on Sunday next by Father Hickey of Loa Angeles has been unavoidably post poned. The ladies of the Relief Corps will give a "diah social" at the G. A. R. hall Saturday evening. Ever t one ia invited, tbe admission being a dish of aome sort. On Tuesday evening next tbe ladies of the Presbyteriau church will give a progressive supper, which promises to be a great success. The spread will be served in the church parlors. Mre. C. W. Brown will give a recept ion at ber elegant borne on South Orange Grove avenue tomorrow (Friday) LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1894. afternoon. A large number of imita tions have been issued. The school trustees held a meeting last evening. Tbe only business trans acted was to locate tbe position of tbe new echool building. It was decided to place it en North Lake avenne, al the head of Walnut. This additional build ing will add much to tbe efficiency of onr publio schools and prove a great convenience to pupils living in the east and north sections. Some sneak-thief entered the estab lishment of 0. H. Werner the other evening and got away witb (8 15 in cash, by breaking open a drawer. He also oarried off a liberal quantity of liquid refreshments. About (5 was in the drawer that was overlooked by tbe fellow. SANTA MONICA. Naws NitM PtnnntU of General Interest. Santa Monica, June 14.— E. H. Gra«- Bett'a house is being moTed from Eighth ■treet to his recent purchase on Second street. Mrs. Denslow Armour of St. Louis is enjoying a few days here before return ing homeward. W. 0. Virtrecs has opened a cosy bar ber shop in front of tbe Annex billiard parlor on Second etreet. Peter Martin of San Francisco, who is summering here, will become a member of our polo contingent. Fort Fisber post, G. A. R., presented tbe scholars in tbe first year grade of tbe publio schools witb a stand of colors yesterday morning, the little ones being second in the contest on Memorial day. . , . The G. A. R. big tent has been loaned for tbe use of tbe Methodist camp meet ing. A wrong impression has been estab lished tbat Mr. H. F. Rile intends to occupy tbe photograph gallery in tbe North Beach hath house- Such is not the case. He will still occupy the old stand on tbe Arcadia walkway to the beach. . , Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Tevis and family oi BakersQeld have secured quarters at the Arcadia for the summer. C. F. Kemler, San Franoisco; Ashley 0. Rogers, Arizona; J. T. Butler, J. P. Stuart and A. R. Stuart, Chicago, were among yesterday's arrivals at the Ar cadia. Those who wish to camp on tbe beach can find plenty of space, etc, by apply ing to the Santa Monica tract proprie tors. The Cotton children appear at the opera house on Monday next, Mr. G. N. Kintz has his pretty tented village about tbe Crystal springe all ready for occupancy. CANYON ECHOES. The campers have commenced to pitch their tenta; among those recently doing ao are J. L. Brown and family, North Pasadena; Confer & Neibutt. Pomona, and Hogan Bros., Loa Angelas. The number of ninninsraye ia elan increasing The Unique Stock company give The Black Justice Saturday evening. A number of thefts have taken place recently at the ctfian and, steps are be ing taken to rid tbe place ol the crim inal. Those who go to the cation now can rest easy, should they wish to stay all night, that both themselves and their teams can be taken oare of properly, the noraes at Miguel Marquez'a new stables and themselves at Dillon's pa vilion, where a number of rooms bays been fitted up for lodgere. A dance was given by Johnny Bnrri at the Unique oa Wednesday. NBWS FROM OUR PORT. Tbe Bchooner Suuol, with 9200 ties; schooner Alcazar, Captain Gunderson, 8200 ties; schooner Protection, Captain Elefson, 8600 ties; steamer San Mateo, Captain Fletcher, 4000 tona coal, and schooner Albion, 0500 ties are all at the mammoth wharf unloading their car goes. The Alcatraz will arrive at the mam moth wharf today. The number of visitors to the pier ia increasing daily, and the anglers are having no end of good luck, one report ing an early catch of pompano. POMONA. An Address on the Fruit Exchange—Tha Living Whtat Bntertatumaat. IV mona, June 14.—Those who have at any time been duped by Montee & White, alleged photographers, who made a short stay in this city, will learn with satisfaction that the above named gentlemen were made to pay the coats in a suit brought against them. Tbey appeared in Pomona a few weeks ago and rented the old Octagon gallery, cor ner Main and Third streets. After a few days' stay, orders having somewhat slackened up for photos at $1.50 per dozen, payable in advance, they quietly left town, leaving a notice tacked upon tbe door, worded aomething like tbe fol lowing: "Will fill tbe orders by mail, ta ta." The officers located the couple at Santa Monica iv the restaurant busi ness, and yesterday marshal Lorbeer went down and brought them back with him. They were taken before Judge Barnes last night who, upon complaint ant atating tbat he did uot wish to pros ecute the caae further, should the de fendants be made to pay coats, dis missed the caae, defendanta paying all costs, which amounted to a good round sum. U. K. Pratt, general eastern agent of tbe fruit exchange of this city, is to ad dress the orange growers at this ijlaca Saturday next iv the board of trade rooms, at i) a. m., upon the Past aud Fu ture Outlook of the Orange Market. The address will no doubt prove interesting. Examinations are being held in thu schools at Spadra this week, preparatory to closing for the summer vacation on Friday. Ernest Bradley of Claremont college ia announced to deliver an address at the Salvation army barracks. While not now a member of the Salvationists, Mr. Bradley takes a good deal of interedt in their work, as' he was associated with them during his life iv Eagland. Apricots from Pomona orchards are now being placed in our local fruit stands. The ladies of the Presbyterian church offer a rare treat for tbe night of July 3d. Ice cream is to be served by them at a nominal price. The following are tbe names of the participants ia Living Whist at the opera house tomorrow night: The four playera are: A, Hn. M. W. Mnir; X, Mr. M. M. Avti; B, Col. Howland; Z, Mri. 0. L. Lond. The eardi ere ea fol lowa by suite : King of hearts, Bnrt Bai ley; queen, Mre. 8. S. Beck; jaok, Jay Hnence; ace, Misa Mareta Thoaiaa: ten, Earl Cowan;nine, Beedie Abb.tt; eight, Eatella Minier; seven, 0. 0. Zilles; six. Will Hamlin; five. 0. P. Thompson, four, Miss Alioe MaClintoek; three, Misi Alice Griffin; two. Mill Guild. King of diamonda, Bruce Bice; queen, Miia Bartlett; jaok, J. H. Todd; ace, Bessie Minier; ten, Mrs. Braes Rice; nine, Will Hammer; eight, Miai Lattin; seven, W. E. Hutchinson; lix, Ada Oordner; five, Arthur Clark; four, Miaa Jessie Coata; three, Mrs. A. 0. Abbott; two. Marguerite Giffin. King of clubs, Jobn Hutchinson; queen, Mias Hamlin; jaok, Geo. Brown ; ace, Mrs. Walter Avis; ten, Miaa Lulu Thrall; nine, Arthur Patterson; eight. Terrell B Tbomae; seven, Miaa Cora Carney; six, Miss Baldwin; fivs, A. O. Abbott; four, Miaa Madge Moans; three, Mr. Moire; two, Misa Jenny Mesas. King of spades, Chester Minier; queen, Mrs. Minier; jack, H. A. Howland; ace, Miss Ethel Thomas; ten, Mrs. F. B. Thomas; nine, Misa Jeasie A. Padgham ; eight, Mies M. F. Fruzier; Beven, Hal Hamner; six, Miss Usher; five, Dr. Burleaon; four, Miss Edna Cowan; three, Helen Brady; two, Mrs. J. L. McComaa. Editor Haskell of the Progress, accom panied by hia wife, leaves tomorrow for Sacramento. Mr. Haskell is a delegate to the Republican state convention. H. A. Broughton, one of the delegates to the state Republican convention from this place, leaves Sunday morning. Allen P. Nichols left on Tuesday last for tbe scene of action. The Doe Angeles preabytery of the United Presbyterian ohnroh bas taken atepa to organize a congregation in Po mona. Tbe presbytery has asked Dr. J. A. Gordon to take charge of the work. Regular preaching services will not be begun for a time, but Dr. Gordon will conduct a service next Sunday, giving a sketch of the history and charaoter of the United Presbyterian church The meeting will be held in tbe Baptist cburcb at 3 p. m. The public is cor dially invited to attend. SANTA ANA A Meeting of tbe WaUt Club—Notes and Personals. Santa Ana, June 14.—The SanU Ana Whiat club met last night at the ele gant new home of Mr. and Mre. H. R. Bristol. Besides the regular members a number of friends were invited to be present. This was one of tbe most en joyable whist parties of the Beason. It was agreed tbat the club adjourn last night until the first Wednesday in October to meet again at Mr. and Mrs. Bristol's. After the game wag finished last night the guests repaired to the dining room where two long tables were loaded with the ohedceet viands in the land, served in two courses. After this duty was attended to the score oards were read for the whose season, showing the number of point* leet or gained by each player. For the last month tbe prises were awarded to Miss Susie Rosa Lewin and Mr. Ed Swarteel. Mr. and Mrs. Bristol are charming en tertainers, and the evening was one long to be remembered by all who were present. Dr. J. P. Boyd, who has been attend ing the national aiemcai association a* o-u ri»uw... loiuioed yesterday. It was reported on good authority yesterday tbat 12 of tbe Methodist preachers attending the district confer ence in this city were very anxious to buy bicycUs, and no sooner was it known than nearly every wheel agent in Southern California was on the ground wi'b a sample wheel. Robert Watt, James Crant, Hugh Smith, Ed Snow, O. Curtis and E. J. Marks are the delegates of the L. L. A. to tbe convention to be held in Pasa dena next Saturday. The delegates will partake of a banquet Friday night, pre pared by the Pasadena L. L. A. George Kelly and Winfred Hill are officers of tbe association who will accompany the delegates from here, Tbe boys expect a grand time. Tbe association is bring ing out tbe oratorical abilities of a num ber of Santa Ana boys. Another marriase was this morning solemnized at the office of Justice of the Peace C. W. Humphreys. Mr. John Joy, aged 21, was married to Miss Ida Horrymon; both parties from Buena Park. Tbe regular meeting of Santa Ana lodge No. LHL F. and A. W., tomorrow (Friday) night. All visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Mrs. and Miss Gearhardt and Miss Perley will start for San Francisco next Tuesday, to be absent all summer. Miss Myrtle Edwards has returned from school in San Francisco. On next Saturday evening the ladies of the relief corps will hold a box social in the G. A. K. ball. A new dentist is located on East Fourth street, at Dr. Garnett's house. He only weighs 10 pounds. Mrs. J, H. Bennett baa commenced suit against ncr husband for a divorce, on tbe grounds of desertion. J. H. Ben nett was at one time foreman of tbe Blade office. S. Hill will soon move across the street to the Moabaugh room. The documents filed (or record for the week ending June 14t'u, in thia county, amount to $129,101.50. Jesse H. Arnold of Orange has sold all of bis property in tbe city and moved on a ranch. Tbe athletio field-day sports here next Saturday week promise to be a great success. A great many entries have been made and more are expected. The boxes in the grand stand are selling well, ami a large crowd is expected from other cities. Or. I. D. Mills today bought out J. B. Paul's undertaking business. Mr. Paul goes to Los Angeles to go into business. 1 UNFORTUNATE PEOPLE I ™' who <io not live near tho leading dairy VP 'rrjs ' regions can now use products of such A ,^- 1 .i,.,.„ l dairies, owing to the perfect preservation A of m ' lk all ' ts T'other purity, as accom- If™ I jNffiliffl 1 I PEERLESS | I BRAND | '§ Evaporated Cream. & filf *S^^«^W l This is a rich, pure and perfect dairy M l Wk product, in hermetically sealed cans. (jfo m ALWAYS X v A |L AB LE. Prepared by the New York Condensed Milk Co. - §mmmmmmmmmmmm&m& Mr. Mills will conduct his second-hand ■tor* as usual. The fallowing is the programme for Temperance day, Friday, June 15th : 9 «. a., The Doty ot the Church to the Cause of Prohibition —N. J. Bimoa; discussloaopened by E. t>. Ashley. . 2 p. m , ihe Relation* and Duties of the Church to Political Parties Respecting the Liquor Traffic-A. M. Uibbons; discussion opened by J. B. Hreen. 7:30 p. m.. Young People's Work in the Caase Of Temperance —J. M. llllblib of Trop.co. There will be a meeting of Orange county delegates at 1 p. m. in the Main street M. E. church. UNIVERSITY. Tha Preparations for Commencement. L«cal Matters. University, June 14.—Affairs arannd the college are epproacbing the climax oi commencement week in the usual noisy style. The campus, and even the college building, has been in almost a state of siege for a week past, wbile the sophomores were enjoying their annual cane rush. Broken windows, timbers, ropes and seratcbed iaoes are familiar lights. Borne oi tbe dark, unused rooms of the basement have been turned into prisons, and tbe freshmen, in revenge for tbe loss of canes, have successfully confined some of tbe enemy in these dismal rooms for hours. Chapel services were enlivened the other morning by a swarm of bees emerging from under tbe pulpit wbile Dr. Widney was offering prayer. The faculty did not wait to be dismissed. The school of music gave their month ly recital in the college chapel Wed nesday evening, June 13th. The fol lowing programme was rendered: At the Spring, X Joieffy—Mies Urea. Alone, Roiali—Mas Millie Peters. (a) Fantasia Impr mptu, Fr. Chopin; (b) Au tumn's Lament, Saint aaens--Miss Brown. Wbo Treads the Path ol Duly, Mozart—Mr, G. R. Brookmau. I ouSo Cepi'iucioso, Felix Menaelssnon—Miss John*. (a) Traumerie, Wuerst: (b) Maznrka, Wte niawaki—Miss Plercon. Love'a Kteri Hy, Hotali—Miss Lulu Pieper. Moreeaux Lyrlquea, Nos. * and 1, Edv. Qreig —Miss Towneend. Spring Time, straws—Mrs. McKnight. Polonaise, op, 2ti, So, 1, Fr. Chopin—Miss Uren. The Alpha Alpha fraternity will be at home to a few of their friends Friday evening, Jnne 15th, at the residence ef Mr. H. K. Pitman, on Twelfth street. Elmer E. Hall, '93, was down from Ventura Tuesday of this week. Miss May B, Curran, '00, has returned from Ventura. The Delta Gamma sorority and friends gave Dr. E. K. Bradley a surprise sere nade last Saturday evening, at his cozy home on Georgia Bell street. PILLS ON MOUNT LOWE. A Headra of Doctors on Koho Bf oantaln. Mount Lows, June 14.—The American Medical association met at San Franclseo last week, and' since tbe adjournment many of tbem bave included Los Ange les in tbe return trip. Yesterday a car load of them teek in the delights of the Mount Lowe railway. One large party consisted of Dr. Ly man Beecher Todd, Dr. Benjamin Lind say Coleman and Robert Milligan Cole man from Lexington, Ky.; Dr. H. Brown, Hutsonville, Ky.; Dr. and Mrs. Justin Steer and tbe Misses Clara and Angela Reston, St. Louis; Prewitt Davis, Topeka, Kan.; and their Pasa deda escort, Mrs. Margaret Cecil, Mrs. Seymour Locke and son Preston, Mies lX..r*areli l*r*j«raWiht end Miaa n^*.n, They all seemed to thoroughly enjoy tbe outing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Pope and their daughter, Mrs. Pauline of Mew York city, remained overnight and took a trip over the bridle roads to Mount Lowe. F. B. Belcher of San Francisco was accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. F. L. Palmer ef Pomona. Mr. Belcher took a keen interest in tbe great incline cable and machinery for moving it, for he was tbe man who laid the first cable of the first street cable railway ever built—the one which A. S. Halidie put down in Clay street, San Francisco. Among other guests were Mrs, Gov ernor Sheldon ana nephew, of Pasadena: Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Hart, Marietta, O.; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Richards, Waterloo, la.; Dr. and Mre. N. B. Crawford, Eu reka, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sasae ville, Denver, Colo.; Katharine Ha worth, Nobleoville, Ind., and Susan Meredith, Lynnville, la. Tomorrow (Saturday) New England day will be celebrated on Echo moun tain. GARDENA. Tha Barry Association to Continue Business—Notes. Gakdkna, June 14.—Tbe Gardena Berry association held a special meeting last Saturday evening, at which they decided to handle all kinds of fruits for the members on tbe same basis as they have been handling berries, and they will do a general commission business for any one. Mr. Wilson of South Gardena was home on a flying visit last week. S. S. Smith is tbe proudest man in town. His wife presented bim with a nine-pound boy tin 7th init. Mother and baby are both doing well. Captain Rogers returned last week from a two months' visit at his old homo in lowa. He says that he is glad to be back here again. Rev. Jenkins is holding a series ol meetings at the South Methodist church this week. He has been aud will be assisted by Revs. Ferry and Duncan. Mrs. Malls is on a visit to Santa Bar bara to bring home her daughter, who has been attending school there. Kaln at Last. Aberdeen, 8. D., June 14.—Tbe pro longed drought here was broken early this mmiing by a violent thunder etorm, in which nearly an inch of rain jell. The crops are safe with an ade quate rainfa'l hereafter. ST\ "Shave your Soap" 1 * pecially if you're washing delicate f k things. Now, in the name ol common sense, what's the > \j use * When you can get v P ear^ne > m powder form for this very reason, why Yk ns- ==a do you want to work over \\P\ I soap, which, if it's good for 111 anything, gets very hard and difficult to cut. V I Besides, Pearline is vastly better than any powdered soap could be. It has all the good properties of any soap —and many more, too. There's something in it that does the work easily, but without harm—much more easily than any other way yet known. ly t Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, LJ /\TTTA "this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S ' W CJLx SIZ FALSE—Pearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends jKirnltatioT, U back. 392 J*MES PYLIf, New York. for Infanta and Children. «' CasterrJatsßowelladaptcdtochildrenthat Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, I recommend it as Ruperior to any prescription Sour Stomach, IMarrhcaa, Eructation, known to me." 11. A. AacnEE, M. D., Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes dtt 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. gestion. Without Injurious medication. "The use of 'Castoria Is so universal and "For several years I have recommended Its merits so well known that it seems a work your ' Castoria,' and shall always continue to of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the do so as it has invariably produced beneficial Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria results." Within easy reach." Edwiw F. Pardee, M. D., Carlos Martin, D. D., l£sth Street and 7th Aye., New York City. New York City. Tbe Ckntaf* Compant, 77 MnroAY Street, New York Crrt. la«e>\anflfe MANHOOD RESTORED This Vegetable VI- BflflS — -] talizer cures all nervousness ordiseasesof the geuerative organs, 1W BsW SS? «i such as: Lo»t Slauhood, *ilco|>les.«uei-». Tired » «'< l ■lK \ ) 1?T - H iuR, «"nini» In llie Hark, Mobility, I'iuiplei., Hrsd ■ > aJs»7 \S rW asae.Bsmlaal Wrakaeas,Nightly F.mlasloas.laiia. H \ \ tenrv. Deapondency, Varicocele, I'lcraaiiircecfis Sfi NT r V ~f an) |. Constipation. Cures where all else fails. The doctor Sjf has discovered the active principle on which the vitality of th» BEFORE atio aFTEB sexual apparatus is dependent. The reason why sufferers are not cured by pbvslclans and medicines Is because over 90 per cent are troubled with l»roet»lltle, for which CUPIDnNB is the only known remedy to cute the com plaint without an operation A written fjueranleo to refund the money If a permanent cure Is not effected by the use of six boxes. 11.00 a box, six for $5.00. Bend for circular und testimonials. Address DAVOL MEDICI NZ «•<►.. V. O. Eox 2070, Kan Francisco, Ccl Tot Sale ty C. H. HANOB, AO KMT, 177-179 North Bprlng Street. tg»s MANHOOD RESTOREDVSS? -■ 4fl eases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness, fff *t*W LnstManhood. Nightly Emissions, Nervousness.alldrttinsandloss or ! power Jtjl in lieneratlveOrnans of either ser caused by over exertion, youthful«rrorj 1 'JGl* oxcSfve use of tobacco, opium or stimulants, which lead to «S. For sale by GODFREY & MOORK. 108 a Spring st © DR. JORDAN & CO.'B jM GREAT HDSEUH OF ANATOMi A trTfWaS *051 Market St., Ban Francisco ■ ajw 1 (Between 6th and 7th Sts.) 1 fraxxW \®° loam bow wonderfully you Lvi sm are xaat^e il °d how to avoid sickness K>n l| Sn'and disease. Museum enlarged witb 1 R thousaada of now objects. Adinls ** siou 2o eta. H'rivate Offi'lre—same BuEldinrr 10.11 market Street—Diseases of ment stricture, loss of manhood, diseases of the skin and kidneys quickly cured without the use ot mer cury. Treatment personally or. by letter. Send for book. When visiting the midwinter fair, be sure and see Jordan's museum. ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ * ♦ ROB r. L. GARRETT & CO. ♦ X Hod N. Main at., Los Angeles, J | FUNERAL BIRECTO-S AND EMBALMERS, * 4> Fir.t class equipment. Largeand well 2 *> selected stock. Reasonable aud fair a) : prices. Careful aud skillful trostra, ut. ♦ Bp' o al attention given to embalming «> 0 und shipping bndiet io distant parts of e> t the country. £ttf"S ight calls promptly s> attended to. ♦ 0> e> Tel'phan> No. 75. ♦ $ | ♦«•♦♦♦♦♦<> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ Painless Dentistry Fine Gold Filling. A " Operations Painless. BETTEITH, SB. STEVENS & SON, IUM Rooms 18-19, (MtMAV n »\AJs»iO7 N. SPRINii ST ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ PAINE'S ♦ 1 CELERY COMPODNDi % MAKES PEOPLE WELL. 4> ♦ ♦ 4> ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ am MOOAXIcBiiitnI. Positivo|iroofs!indllX.'-pageM IKS book, i I UisiTussd from life f roro ueoplu cured, Bfl WBk fieo bj mail. Nothing else wulcure. m COOK REBECS CO., Chicago, 111. MB LAND FOR SALEr BY THE LOT OR ACRE, in Culcgrove. Ca hu'-uga valley, a western suburb of L:ia A u le«, on the L. A. &P. X K. No p a c Ilk •it for a home. Location b auliful. The host ot soil, water, cUtnaie, scenery, and frostless. Go und see for yourst If: a short drive out, or take th j i 'hlii: n M dummy railroad. For further lafoi mallon apily to C. DObE. 232 N. Main sfejl, Los Augurs, or to SEWARD COLE at Cole grove. 11-19 j cTfTheinzeman, Druggist & Chemist, 322 N. Main St, Los Angeles. Prescriptions carefully compounded Jet nirht. saai * PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S L_U MBER YAR D AND PLANING MILLS, i Sl6 Commercial st, Los Angeles, Oal • LOST MANHOOD Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored. Celebrated English Kkiiedv • jflgfrV NEBVIA. jafi It is sold on a positive BY J tfi guarantee to cure any saa VI t° rm °' nervous pros- \\ tratibn or any disordor 1 eeapßT JL of the genital °rgunß of either sex, g. caused e^BsuNAßsai Before* by exoessm "use of After* fubaoco, Aioohol or Opium, or on account of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence eta. Dirtiness, Convulsions, Wakefulness, Headoche, Mental Depressloa, Softening of the Brain, Weak Memory, Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness; Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhoea, Loss of Power and Impotoncy, which if neglected, may lead to premature old age an* insanity. Positively guaranteed. Trice. % .SO a box; 6 boxes' .irss.oo. Sont by mail on receipt of price. A written guarantee furnished v itli every 85.00 order received. o rotund tl >c money if a permanent cure is not lected **» • For sale by SCO. H. FREEMAN CO., 107. North Bprlng street. THE NORMA MARKET 18GO 3. MAIN ST. Is now Belling for CASH: Ribstoak 70 leg of rantton. ..„ 8o Round 5teak.......... 9c Mutton chop 8a Sirlein ...12c Pork chop JOo Roust Beef 8o Veal out'ets 100 Bull beef 4 and be Beef A Mutt. stew. 5a Only the very best of meats kept In stock, and -NO FEDDLIMQ WAGONS. TELEPHONE 1171. M. T. RYAN, Prop. WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON, BTE E L_, HORSE SHOES AND NAILS. Blacksmiths' Coal, Tools, Eto. JOHN WIG MORE, 117, 119 and 121 South Los Angeles Street. iThinrUilliiTj% Examination of Teachers. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB seml-annunl examination of teachers will ho held in ilio Spring-street School building, between Fifth and Sixth streets. Los Angeles, Cal., beginning on Monday, June 25th. at 10 o'clock a. in. Ail aopllcants for teachers' certificates must tic present at the beginning of the examina tion. Applicants holding valid primary grade cer tificates g anted in this county who desire to take the grammar grade examination must bo present on Thursday, June -Bth, at l o'clock p. m. All teachers desiring their certificates re newed must tile applications for ronowal with the secretary of the board on or before June SSth. By order ol the eouutv board of education. v-"--it w. w. st*. am an, Heoretary, Htock.holders' Meeting;. TkTOTICE IS HEREBY ItVEN" THAT A MEET IN lug of t lie stockholders of the Main-street and Agricultural Park Railroad Company will be held at its office, No. 234 North Main street iv the city of l.os Angeles, Cel., on Mon day, the 2d day of July, A. 1). 1894, for the purpose of electing a hoard of directors for the ensuing year, end for the transaction of such other business as may properly come be fore tbe meeting. The polls will tie opened at 12 o'clock vi. aud closed at.; o'clock p. m. 0-9 24.t A. C. TAYLOR, becrekef*.