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THE RECORD OF A SINGLE DAY SOUTH OF THE TEHACHEPI
OVER THE LINE IN ARIZONA
Judge Olive and Col. Duncan
Report Against Gov. Hughes
SMALLPOX AMONG PAPAGOES
Lotke and ShulU Found Guilty of
Murder at Tucson
Election ol Normal School Alumni—A Noted
Trumpeter at Fort Grant-Notes
and Personals
FHOEN'IX, Ariz,.. Juno 16.— Governor
Hughes has accepted an invitation to
deliver an address at Flagstaff on the
Fourth of July.
N. B. Geary, of the law firm of Mc-
Knight <fe Geary. Washington, P. ('., ar
rived in this cit\\Saturday on profession
al business.
' George N. Gage has returned from the
old Congress mine. He reports the mine
running full blast with about three
hundred men on the pay roll. The
Cyanide plant just completed is working
about ono hundred tons of tailings daily.
Four pardons ware issued from tho gov
ernor's rooms Saturday, line of tharu
was for Juan Saiz, sentenced from Pima
county in 1891, for fourteen years for
burglary. His pardon was recommended
by District Attorney William Lovell and
tbe judge who tried him.
The competing t sani for the hose con
test at Frescott on tne Fourth of July
bee been chosen and is supposed to con
sist of the best mem bers of all the hose
companies. The captain and manager is
William Evans. Tho team has -one to
Frescott and wilt practico until tli3 day
of tbe contest.
Enlalio Madruena has been landed in
jail here for an attempt*id and nearly
successtul murder on Janj.ury 28th. lie
is also suspected of having actually com
mitted a brutal murder near Phoenix and
buried his vie.'dm in the sand at the
place of killing.
The Republican says in substance: It
is understooii that the report of Judge
Olive and Colonel Duncan recommends
the removal of Governor* Hughes in tne
strongest language and fur a variety of
reasons. That thero will be a change is
therefore generally conceded. In fact it
is understood that Governor Hughes
himself has given up tho light and is
preparing to g\> out.
Colonel John B. Breathitt of the In
terior department, land oflice divsion,
arrived in the city last Thursday. Con
trary to reports, ho has received no in
structions to investigate alleged irregu
larities of the Hudson Reservoir and-
Canal company. He will remain in the
territory indelin tfly and will have head
quarters at Tucson.
The second annual meeting of the
alumni association of the territorial nor
mal school was bed Friday evening in
Tempo. Representatives from nearly
every class since the oragnizacion of the
school were present and the affair was
a most pleasnat one. The officers for tho
ensuing year were selected as follows:
President, re-elected, .lames McOUntock,
'87; vice-president. Miss Lida Robert, '
•y:i; secretary. Miss Anna R. Stewart,
'94; treasurer, Miss Georgia Holiuesiey,
'87; executive committee, J. R. Uirehett,
•94 Miss Allie Gray, '94, Miss Ida Woolf,
■92.
Tucson
TUCSON, Ariz.. June 17.—Word was
brought to town Friday that two Papago
children had died of smallpox in tho
neighborhood of Jim Bolles' ranch, about
twenty-six miles west of here, and that
others were sick with the disease.
Captain Edwin F. Gardner of the army
medical corps has been ordered to report
for duty at Fort Grant. For some months
he has been on duty in Boston as ex
aminer of recruits.
The jury in the murder case of I.oske
and Bbults declared the men guilty on
the second ballot. The murder of li. K.
W. McNarv, of which these men are con
victed, was one ol the most urutal ever
committed. The victim hail started, on
a dark night, to go from his mine to
Prescott. but before he had traveled a
half mile be was attacked and beaten to
death. The evidence against the men
was purely circumstantial, a motive oe
ing (band in trouble over a mining claim
which was in litigation.
Territorial Notes
The Arizona Press association will meet
at Prescott, July 4, •"> and 0.
Surveyor Trott, returning to Phoenix,
reports that 30 I men aro at work on the
Aqua Fria dam and canul.
William Bobne and tiio Ingelbretsen,
Who have a contract to run a rifty foot
tunnel on tho Nigbt Hawk mino near
Kingman, after going in fourteen feet en
countered an eight inch vein of ruby sil
ver running over $18,000 to to ton.
Petrr Farrel. a well-known prospector,
has bonded his claims in the Gila mount,
a-ins. south of Blaisdell station, to a Cali
tornia company lor 1100,000.
Tho sampling works at Solomonvllle
will be ready for business this week. The
crusher, weighing 3000 pounds, was put
In place last Thursday.
Clifton was visited by a bait storm last
Week.
Boon Bros, have lot a contract for work
on the Alabama mine at Carlisle. -V shaft
Will be sunk inn feet and a drift will be
run the same diitani
Assistant Superintendent 1.. B. Walker
Jf the Old Dominion Copper company, -tL
Globe, has received a telegram stating
that there woul 1 b? no change in the
management of the company for the pres
ent. It is expected that within two
months the smelter will be in full blast.
Hon. G.W. P. Hunt of Gila county and
Hon. Thomas K. P.aker of Pinal county,
members of the last legislature, are in
attendance on the United States court at
Florence as trial jurymen.
The citizens of Nogales are rejoicing
that the uread smallpox has been con
quered and that tho victims were few.
't he last victim was dismissed from tho
pest bouse last Tuesday.
Several mad dogs have heen killed in
Safford lntely.
In the contest for county seat of Navajo
county, in which Whitlow and Haihrook
were the candidates. Halbrook was victo
rious by more than lo i vnies.
The new Catholic church at Benson has
been completed and furnished. Ten
months ano the house of worship at this
place consisted of but four bare adobe
walls, without roof, floor or doors. Tbe
church, as it now stands, is one of the
handsomest in Arizona.
The governor has made the following
appointments of sheep inspectors: John
M. docker at Ash Fork; W. H, Gibbous.
.St. Johns. Apache county; Philip Clark
was appointed sheep inspectoral Nogales
on recommendation of Hon. Colin Cam
eron.
The' open-air concerts a Fort Grant are
simply deiigbtfnl. and the trumpet corps
is by far tbe best that has been in Grant
yol twenty years. Tho chief trumpeter,
rJergeont Hardy, is supposed to be tho
equal of any, if not the best in the service.
He is the man who was detailed to blow
tie final "taps" over the undies of Grant
md Sherman, lie also distinguished him
apllf hv sonndin« the .h.,.. i 0,,, ...
(* ul .j,*......... to ..... (.usrKG hi .u.it ut
Pine Ridge, or at what is better known
%s the battle of Wounded Knee, where
the Seventh lost thirty-three killed and
hail as many more wounded, among the
dead being some of tho brightest otticers
in the service. The loss to the Indiaajj
was X6O killed, and the balance of tho
band was captured.
There are now two parties of engineers
ot work on the desert (sn culled! between
Florercc and Mesa City—the railroad sur
veyors Locating the extension of tne
Santa Fe. Prescott and Phoenix railway,
and a party surveying a site for a storage
reservoir on Queen creek fur the Consoli
dated Canal company oi Salt river. The
place selected is an altogether eligible
one, and will save ait immense body of
water that now goes to waste.
The session of the department of Ari
zona, 0. A. X., closed at Flagstaff Wed
nosdav. \V. F. It. Schindler uf Prescott
was elected commander; J. Guthrie Sav
age of Flagstaff, senior vicc-commandor;
Charles il. Knapp of Phoenix, junior
vic-commander; representative to the na
tional encampment, I>. M. Kiordan of
Fbgstaff. A banquet was given the visit
ors by Ransom po-t. 'I he next meeting
will bo held in Prescott.
Thursday morning a distingui.died
party arrived in Nogales from Gu ay thus,
consisting of the following well-known
people: Dr. P. Figuerua, the vice-guver
l.or of the state of Sonora ami his wife;
Mrs. C. Inigo, Mrs. G. J, Gonzales. Miss
Edith Figueroa. Miss Maria Louisa Inigo
and Miss Virginia Inigo. They were met 1
at the depot and entertained by Senor
Cirilo Ramirez. Senor Manuel Mascare
nas, Alberto Masearenas and Senorita
Luisa Mascarenas until the departure of
tlie train for the north, when they depart
ed for San Francisco, the object of their
visit is to pl*CO tho you-g ladies in
school in that city. Dr. and Mrs. Figue
roa only went as far as Peuson, returning
south yesterday.
SAN PEDRO
Attractions for Summer Visitors—Local
Happenings
SAX PEDRO, June 111.—Terminal isl
and is now all ready for tho summer in
flux of visitors. The restaurant nnd bath
houses are open and a good busi
ness from tbo start.
The lishing has been excellent of late,
mackerel having been particularly plenti
ful. Several sailing parties'went out on
the different' boats on Sunday and all
brought back large catches of barracuda
i and rea bass. Better bathing cannot be
found from San Francisco down to San
j Diego than here.
M. McLeod, local manager of the Cres
cent Coal company at this point, has hern
I appointed superintendent of tbe Bouton
Water company, with headquarters at
Long Beach, 'ibis company is now sup
plying- Long Beach, Alamitoi Beach and
Signal Hill, and will extend its opera
tions to San Pedio, Wilmington and Ter
minal island in the near future.
Mr. Haines, for many months night
watchman tor the Terminal railroad on
the island, has resigned his position to
take a place with the Southern California
Fish company.
Workmen have been busy night and day
for the past two weeks driving piles for
a new bulkhead to protect the Terminal
track between tbe coal bunkers and the
wharf, which was washed out during the
late high tide.
Mrs. Jargestorff, late of Wilmington,
but now of Los Angeles, had the misfor
tune to break her arm a few days ago.
Remember tbat Sam Bennett is agent
for The Herald, and hand in your sub
scription at once.
Duffy, the ferryman, has a fine assort- j
merit uf boats on hand for the use of vis
itors, and as soon as the new landing is I
completed at the Terminal pavilion will \
make frequent trips to that point with
his- steam launch.
Tha Methodists will give a dime social
at the church on Saturday evening.
N. A. Stevens, the jeweler, will leave
here in a few days, and go tj Ferris lor
the summer.
The following gentlemen have been
elected officers of tho newly-organized
athletic club: Dr. Weidon. president;
Dr. Forbes, vice-presh ent; J. M. Folks,
secretary; E. Kor man, treasurer; W. H.
Savage, Joe Weldt, W. JL. C'rain and Dr.
' Weldun, directors.
Captain Thornton of the schooner
Comet has sailed for Taco.na, Wash., tak
ing his family for ihe trip. He will load
at tho Tacoma Mill company's wharf a
i cargo lor the San Pedro Lumber com
pany.
! M. K. Lindscow baa been appointed
j city night watchman.
Legal Advise/ Thompson has been in
structed to defend Marshal Hult in the
j suit brought against him by Victor Stein-
I beru.
The newly organized lodge of the Inde
pendent Order of Good Templars meets
j every Monday evening in the library
j building at )S p. in. The ollieers for the
ensuing quarter arc as follows: Lodge
■ Deputy 1 Key. A. Fraser; chief templar,
!J, S. Martin; vice templar, Mrs.. Lizzie
Waller; recording secretary, 11. M. Dakm;
financial secretary, J. L. Taylor; treas
urer. Mrs. llattie Dakin; marshal, A. J.
Sbepard; guard, I, Hcrrlnaton; sentinel,
0. li. Smith; chaplain, S. M iJarton,
SANTA MONICA
Changes in the .lail Service—General News
.Matters
SANTA MONICA, June 10.— J. G. Hol
! borow lias opened a'stand in the Arcadia
I pavilion*
j The Hon, J. W. Fairbank, superintend
ent of the Chautauqua assembly of Paget
sound, will tell the realistic story of lien
Hut at the Congregational church Satur
day evening, June 22d«
Mr". A. E. Ade has gone to San Ber
nardino for a change on account of ill
health.
E. D, Suits and family have gone to
Inyo county to visit Mrs. Suits' family.
Mr. H. \Y. Kellers yacht lOdna is an
chored in tho bay.
Mr. Benson of the Santa Monica lish
market has a yacht at the What! to ac
commodate pleasure patries.
Postmaster Steele has completed the
arrangements mentioned previously .in
The Herald to give us an additional mail
each way, and it will go into effect
Thursday, June 20th, when mail will ar
rive at 10 a. ni., 1:50 and Bp. m.l close
at the postotiioe at 7. 10 :.">0 p. m. am! 8:36
p. Da, Tho town and community are to be
congratulated on having such a progres
sive postmaster.
.Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Waring of Riverside
have taken possession of their summer
home here on Fourth street. Mr. Waring
briiiL's with hi.v a string oi his blooded
ponies.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young of Dnarte
arrive Thursday and will summer here.
The poverty social given last night by
the ladies of tue Eastern Star was a suc
cess, Masonic hall being well tilled, ono
of the interesting features of the enter
tainment being the violin playing of tho
grandson of Judge and Mrs. C. 11. Icens
who have just cause to bo proud of the
little man.
Mrs. M. E. Cleveland has returned
from her Pasadena vacation.
The case ot the People vs. O'Brien
proved to be a hard-fought, stubborn bat
tle before the recorder yesterday and a
jury of eleven men, the defendant being
acquitted, City Attorney R, Dan ncr for
the prosecution and Judge William A.
Ryan f»r the defense.
Mr. Jesse Yoakum is making the Del
Mar the ideal ice cream parlor.
Mrs. \V. K. lleid of South Santa Monica
died last night at her late residence. Tho
body hag been em bairn ed an .1 sent to
Oakland for burial. Deceased leaves a
eon.
Rheumatism in the back, shoulders, hips'
ankles, eibows or wrists is caused by accumu
lation of m-id in the blood. Hood's .Sarsapa
ri 11k neutralizes the acid and cures the rheu
matism.
Hood's Pills are tbo best in mi y cathartic
and liver medicine. Harmless and reliable.
L.OS ANGELES HERALD: THTTRSDAT MOBINTjYG, JXTXE 20, 1895.
PASADENA NEWS BUDGET
Throop Institute the Center of
Attraction
THE ADELPHIANS' MEETING
The G. A. R. and the Desecration of
National Holidays
Consideration of Plans for the New Schools.
Wong Fee Held for Trial.
News Items
PASADENA, June 19.—Throop Poly
technic institute has been the center of
attraction today, both buildings being
crowded with visitors, who have, one
and all, been most enthusiastic In ex
pressions of appreciation of tho work be
ing done. That thj citizens of Pa-adena
take a great interest in this flourishing
Institution and fed proud of its deserved
ly great and increasing reputation, was
fully evident by the largo number ol rep
r< s.'utative citizens that thronged the ex
hibit rooms and expressed their unquali
fied commendation and praise of the
work.
The young lady students, clad in white
gowns with yellow trimmings (the
Throop colors) presided over the various
departments, while the young men ush
ered the visitors through tne buildings
and explained tho many articles and the
process of making them.
The work in the wood carving and art
departments attracted much attention, al
though it is hardly possible to single out
any department for special mention,
since all departments made such an ex
cellent showing.
In the line of woodwork, besides those
features mentioned yesterday, there were
a number of specimens of inlaid work
that wero especially line, considering
that they were the work of the first year
students. The wood carving was espe
cially admired as was also the modeling
in clay, specimens of this work being
shown in the same room. Among the
latter were two figures in plaster of Night
by Miss Arline Yallette and Miss Ada
Blanchard, which were very well exe
cuted. Harry Gaylord's copy of Michael
Angclo's Greek Slave, Ella Bonner's
Clyte and Mary Clark's Mercury were tiie
objects of much admiration on the part
of the visitors. The specimens of wood
carving were mentioned yesterday,
though some others worthy of mention
were added today. The hat stand and
mirror of Miss Sanders is a good piece of
work.
In the department of iron work some
tasteful and well-executed designs were
shown. Three piano lamps that would
do credit to old workmen were thos<> of
Eugene Griswold, John McCoiluro and
Thomas Neluies. A hanging lamp by Ed
ward Winslow was very well done indeed.
In the dress-making and 'cooking de
partments thorough attention to detail
was indicated, though the visitors were
too many to allow of sampling the pro
ducts of the culinary department.
Some line work was shown in the me
chanical drawings uf Ivlson Turner, 11.
Skilling, It. W. Stimson and others.
In the shops everything was running
full blast, just as on a regular school day.
aud it was indeed an interesting sight,
and instructive, too,to watch the boys at
work on all sort.* of devices, from a com
mon bolt to the intricate parts of a steam
engine. The boys all begin in the black
smith shop and work up to the most
complicated machinery, and in the wood
work liKewise, beginning with simple
articles and work up to the most difficult,
always making mathematically eract and
accurate drawings of everything con
structed.
In the electrical departnunt the minia
ture electric road was a center of attrac
tion. Arthur Hodge's electrical machines
were very interesting aiso.
There were probably not less than fif
teen Hundred visitors at the institution to
day. The graduation exercises take place
tonight.
'
A Call to the Churches
PAS ADEN A, June 19.—The following
explains itself:
Rev. Sirs: In accodance with a resolu
tion adopted at a regular meeting of John
F. Godfrey post. G. A. R., on the 18th
inst.. the undersigned were appointed a
coin ni itt ye to memorialize and impress
upon the mind of every Christian min
ister in Pasadena the propriety and im
portance of decoratlja tbe churches with
Bowers and Hags on June 30th, and that,
the pastor's theme on the last Sunday
preceding the Fourth of July should be
! along the lines of patriotism.
The repeated desecration of Memorial
Day and the Fourth of July by great
numbers of our people in the prostitution
of our dearest and I'reatest national holi
days to the vile anil base purposes of rac
ing, gambling, druukeness and sin is a
blot oil American patriotism ami a men
aco to our free institutions. A more ftoly
atid patriotic observance of these days by
our people, recounting the heroism of the
fathers who fought for human freedom
and tiie trcmendom sacrifices during our
latest anu greatest conflict for the perpe
tuity of our glorious republic will kindle
anew tbe lirej of patriotism aud ever pre
pare us,as in the past, to bear victori
ously the flag of freedom agaimt every
foo. foreign or domestic.
The greatest political crisis that ever
confronted any people is pending in this
country, demanding the vigilance, watch
ful care and patriotic devotion of every
true-hearted American looking to the
I common welfare and fur the safety of our
flag and nation*
Let us have the prayers and guidance
I of this world's greatest teachers who stand
■ on the "watchtowers of Zion."
WILLIAM MATTOON,
W, M. PEN N En.
J. D. GAYLORD,
Com tnlttee.
Adelphi.ms Hold a fleeting
PASADENA, June is.—The Adelpbians
held their closing meeting of the school
year last evening In the vestry of the
L" ni verbalist church. A musical pro
gramme was tirst enjoyed, after which a
banquet was served to tho members and
invited guests, liie following programme
was rendered, all performing their parts
with credit to themselves and enjoyment
to the audience, whose appreciation was
enthusiastically shown by repeated
rodnds of applause: .Selectiun, XiiroOp
orchestra; vocal solo. Miss Hansen: vocal
solo, Mi. Gates; violin duet. Miss L.
Darlymplo and Mr. Dodworth; vocal
solo, Mr. 0. Chambers; vocal duet, Misses
Bonneri vocai unet, Messrs. Chambers
and Gate; vocal solo. Mr. Skilling; vocal
solo. Miss Bertha iiaymond: trio, man
dolin and guitar, Miss Catering, Mssers.
Arnold and Turner; vocal solo, Master
Martin King; selection, oichestra.
After this programme had been given
the merriment began and the feast of
good things was enjoyed till a lute hour.
Tho young ladies were dressed in the
Throop colors—orange and white—ai d
under the general charge of tne Misses
liushnell and Mellish everything went
"merry as a marriage bell."
After tho banquet, President Keyes
arose and as toast, master ol tho even-
Irjjf, after a few appropriate remarks,
called upon Porfessor Hamilton to re
spoua to the toast The Faculty.
! Miss Spra»iue spoke on the English
j Department and the Adrlphian Society.
The president made a short address to
j the Adelphians and the graduating class
and George Doty responded to the toast.
Class of T*s on "behalf of the graduating
class. Then with the singing of America
and the Throop yell as a finale the school
year was ended.
Brevities
PASADENA, Juno 18.—At the meeting
of the school trustees the various plans
of schoil buildings were considered and
that of C. W. Buchanan was decidei upon
for one of the buildings. No plan has
been adopted for tho other as yet. These
plans provide for a building feet
on the ground, with a central tower and
architectual features that will mako the
structure one of strikingly handsome ap
pearance. There will be eight rooms in
the building and it will have all the con
veniences of the modern school house.
Mr. and Mt. W. J. Pierce entetained a
few friends at whist last evening at their
residence, 195 North Raymond avenue.
A very pleasant evening was enjoyeu by
all. The prizr» winners were Miss Newby
and Mr. Newby. Those who constituted
the party were' Mr. and Mrs. Glasscock,
Mr. and Mrs. Newby, Mr, and Mrs. L:p
pincott, Mr. and Mrs. Keese. Mrs. Jor
dan s, Miss New hy, Miss Wi I son. Miss
Leach, Messrs. Pyle. Holt. Yrooman, F.
E. Wood and Fred Furnald.
Colonel Games Lawson of the United
States army, who is a resilient of Pasa
dena, yesterday received from the govern
ment a handsome bronze medal in recog
nition of his bravery at the battle of Mc-
Minnville, Term. Ociob. j r 8, Ititi;*, W'herc
he showed conspicuous gallantry in sav
ing a wounded comrade from death or
capture.
The case of Wong Fee, the Chinaman
who struck Charley Kirn, another Celes
tial, and knocked him down, then sud
denly heat a retreat, came up today in
Recorder Kossiter's court. He was
bound over to the superior court in the
sum of $1000 on the charge of assault to
commit murder.
It is said that tho floor in the Raymond
hotel foundation, to be used as a platform
for a pleasure resort, is being put in
with the greatest, of care and in a very
substantial manner, indicating that it
will be a permanent floor for the uew
hotel that Pasadenans will insist is to
be built there yet.
Tiie death of Elizabeth Beebe, at tho
age of 74. occurred yesterday evening at
the residence of her daughter, conrer of
Palmetto and South Fair Oaks avenue.
A meeting of the trustees of Throop
Polytechnic as held yesterday afternoon,
and the three trustees whose terms have
expired were unanimously re-elected: F.
O.Bolt, E. E. Spalding and W.E. Arthur.
A BOOM IN NEW BUILDINGS
Pomona's List of Edifices Materially
Lengthened
T. B. Atkinson Elected City Marshal-Coun
cil Affairs—Personal Mention and
News Noies
POMONA, June 19.—Mrs. li. C. Thomas,
daughter and young son, left this morn
ing for a trip to their old home in Bara
boo, Wisconsin.
Miss Klla Morris started yesterday after
noon for a vacation in Yosemito and a
visit to her uncle, Mayor Craycroft of
Fresno.
Mr. Will Strong, conductor of the band,
annuunces that a free open air concert
will be given Thursday evening, the 27th
inst.
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Moore, former resi
dents of this place, are visiting friends
here this week.
Major spilman of Los Angeles, a fre
quent visitor to out city, is spending a
few days here.
Several new business blocks are to be
erected by the following named gentle
men: ,i. B. McComas, one story block,
DO feet on First street and 50 feet on
Thomas, with six store rooms. L. D.
Rutan, two story brick, 45 by 05, corner
Main and First street. Street & Bishop,
corrueated iron building, corner Bertie
and Thomas streets.
City council Tuesday evening, June
15th.
Trustees met last night. Full board,
clerk and attorney present.
Ex-Senator McComas presented a pe
tition with the names of over 400 tax
payers requesting the appointment of a
committee of citizens to act in conjunc
tion with the board in a consideration
of the sources of water supply and the
feasibility t.f purchasing a full supply for
the city. James Loney presented the
same petition with about 100 names. It
was rcceiveu. the request granted and
the following committee was appointed
to act in conjunction with the trustees,
clerk and attorney: Stoddard Jess, J.
K. McComas, James Lonoy, J. A. Gallop,
A. G. Whiting, F. G. Haley. Franklin
Blades, L. R. Matthews. C. Esterly. S. T ,
Ford. Phil Stein. J. D. Casson, J. W.
Stringfield, Franklin Cogswell. G. A. La
th rop. The whole committee will meet
this evening in the city hall to begin
work.
Attorney E. A. Meserve for the anti
saloon eomniittep. called up the resolu
tion declaring the oflice of city marshal
vacant o r cause of his failure to lile bis
bond within the time fixed by law, and
ordering tiie appointment and election of
a marshal. After arguing by himself, W,
A. Hell. Esq., for Mr. Lorbecr, and cita
tions of law applicable to the ease by the
city attorney, the board by a vote of ii to
ll passed the resolution, and by the same
vote elected T. B. Atkinson to till the
vacancy.
An invitation to the board, including
clerk and attorney, to appear in the
Fourth of July procession was accepted.
The selection of John Shewman as jan
itor of the lire house by tho tire depart
ment was ratified.
A new bicycle ordinance was intro
duced and referred to the city attorney.
Ordinance 188 prohibiting the burning
of rubbish in the area bounded by First,
Third. Louisa, and Parcells streets, was
finally passed.
Owing to the fact that .Recorder
Youngs tiled his bond before he was offi
cially declared elected, on motion of At
torney Meservo the board appointed and
elected Mr. Youngs by a vote of 4 to 1
and he at once qualified.
LONG BEACH
News Notes From the Popular Seaside
Resort
LONG BEACH, June If).—Every day
witnesses the arrival of visitors who are
securing accommodations for protracted
periods of enjoyment at this delightful
place, ami an exceptionally lively season
is in prospect. Thero is yet room, how
ever, for many more people.
riuri bathing and lishing wero indulged
in freely today. Tho surf was in excellent
condition, with tho temperature mild
enough for anybody to ventu.e in And
as for lishing. the scaly inhabitants of
ihe sea hit readily. Many very tine large
mackerel, sea-bass and yellow tail were
caught.
Mrs. Jessie Hen ton Fremont is occupy
ing the Crane cottage opposite tho Con
gregational ohurch.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rannel and E. TJ. White
and wife aro here for a week or two.
New cottages are being erected in vari
ous parts of town, and fie demand for
them equals the supply.
Look out for a tremendous delegation
from Long lieach in Los Angeies ou the
Glorious Frouth.
RUMORS OF NEW RAILWAYS
| Reported Plans of the Santa Fe at
Anaheim
|An Extension to Head Off the Southern
Pacific—A Dog Causes a Row.
News Notes
ANAHEIM. June 19.—Yesterday City
Marshal Steadman killed a dog belonging
to J. J. Everharty. The animal had bit
ten several peoplo about town, and as the
dog had not taken out a license to do
business within the city limits tho mar
shal proceeded to escort the cur to the
pound. It snapped at him twice and tho
officer tapped the cur on its nrad witli an
iron rod and it immediately died. The
dog's mistress had Steadman arested for
cruelty io aniamls, but a jury trial in
Justice Pierces cou.t today resulted m an
acquittal of tho defendant.
Many railroad rumors are afloa*. here,
the last ono being that the Santa Fe com
pany will build from Fullerton east
through the Placentia country to inter
sec', their line at some point in the Yorba
district. This inovu is said to be for the
purpose of heading off tho Souhem Fa*
cilic.
Tho Methodist Sunday school is to nave
a picnic up in the Santiago canyon to
morrow.
The directors of the Anaheim Union
Water company and Gray Bros, it Ward j
unite in holding a big uarbecue feast to
morrow at the head of the ditch, the oc
casion being a sort of an acceptation and
ratification of the work of cementing
ditches and imildine Humes.
The weather is quito warm and beets
are ripening very fast. It is stated that
many of the beets aro already sufficiently
matured to warrant their being gathered.
SANTA ANA
The City Well Causing riuch Trouble-Rail
road Rumors
SANTA ANA, June 10.—The city well
that was put down last is causing a great
deal of trouble. The pipe is so torn up
about 320 feet down that it is impossible
to get the pump past, so the workmen
havo run a small pipe down past this
rupture in the pipe and are trying to
wash the sand up hy turning the force of
the pump down this small pipe, which
seemed to work very well, and after the
pumps are stopped the flow seems to
have increased, which is the end sought.
Quito a little sand has been taken out
and if this does not inereaso the flow
sufficiently a new well, in all probability,
will be put down.
Again tbe railroad rumor has it that
the Southern Pacific will tear up its track
between this city and Anaheim and con
nect directly with the Tustin branch
from Anaheim, and continue the Tustin
branch on west through Santa Ana, Gar
don Grove and Westminster to Long
Beach, thereby getting rid of one
branch bridge across tho Santa Ana
river and one bridge across Santiago
creek. Such an arrangement would in
crease the distance to Los Angeles quite
materially on this road, hut give Garden
Grove and Westminster good railroad fa
cilities, which would he the making of
those villages.
The class of '07 gave a farewell party
last night to Professor D. R. Wood,at tho
residence of Miss Johnston, on North
Main street. The class are high in their
praises of Miss Johnston as an enter
tainer, and say they were most royally
entertained, and during the evening they
took a drive to Tustin, where another
class was being entertained, and met with,
a warm reception, getting to their homes
about midnight.
The conference of the Women's Foreign
Missionary society is in session at the M.
E. church south in this city. Last night
a children's service of great interest was
held. This morning an executive session
was held, Mrs. Wolfskill of Los Angeles
presiding. The officers are as followa:
Mrs. Milton Wolfskill of Los Angeles,
president; Mrs. S. E. Graves of San Ber
nard in ■), vice-president; Mrs. C, P.
Brown of Los Angeles, corresponding
f-ocretary; Mrs. J. F. Finley of Los An
geles, recording secretary: Mrs. J. Ham*
llton of Los Angeles, treasurer; Mrs, R.
B, Brown of Los Angeles, auditor,
fl Mrs. Campbell, a returned missionary
from China, delivered an interesting ad
dress tonight on China, which was given
the closest attention by the large audi
ence.
Negotiations are on foot to open a
banking house in the Brunswick front
corner room. On interviewing one of tho
proprietors he said no contract had been
made for anything of the kind but did
not deny that such negotiations had been
in consideration foi some time. No bet
ter location could bo found than the
Brunswick corner for a banking institu
tion.
Miss Jcanno Humpurey and Miss Belle
Chilton returned yesterday from an ex
tended visit to San Famcisco and vicini
ty.
Mrs. John McClain of Brooklyn, la..
arrived in Santa Ana last night to visit
her sister, Mrs. Annie E.;Smith.
Mrs. Euriston of Los Angeles was in
our city today soliciting for aid to raise
the debt on the German church of Los
Angeles. She seems to have met with
fair success.
There is some talk of getting Susan B.
Anthony and Anna Shaw to give one of
their popular lectures in this city soon.
SOUTH PASADENA
An Octogenarian Celebrates His Birthday.
Personal Notes
SOUTH PASADENA, June 17.—Mr.
Tnomas Green of this little city is a hap
py as well as a lucky individual, as the
following will verify: He came heio with
his family ten years ago from Denver
Ho was a sufferer from neuralgia or rheu
matism, and bought a tract of land on tho
hillside south of what is now Lincoln
Park, built himself a modest but com
fortable home, worked off or outlived his
ailments, and though between "U, and 80
year old, declared he Wtta a young man
again—would not allow anyone to speak
of him as the "old man.' Yesterday
evening, however, ho was surprised by
hearing tho strains of Old Acquaintance
rolling into his house from the dooryard,
from near a hundred voices, which re
minded him that he wasßo years old that
day. On opening the door to sco who
we're the singers, he found a host of his
neighbors and old fricnJs pressing for
ward to greet him and welcome him to
many happy returns. It was also a new
house warming; tor his family had just
become comfortaMy settled in a splendid
ly comfortable residence, near the old
liome. T his, by the way, is tho result of
gooil luck a few months ago, iv selling
his hillside home to an oil company that
is now boring a well on tho hilltop near
by. His visitors presented him with a
substantial and liandomo easy chair as a
testimonial of their esteem and good
wishes.
Tho Santa Fc company has at. last se
cured the necessay lots of land to enable
them to straighten their road through
the city, with the exception of the rear
of the lot on which Mr. liaugherty's store
building and stable stands, lint as they
could not agree to pay his price tho com
pany have instituted proceedings to con
demn 25 feet t f the rear portion,for which
they are willing to pay what disinterest
ed appraisers say it is worth.
Mrs. j. M. Murphy of Denver, who
has heen passing tho winter in Los Au
geies, will start for for her home today.
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ninety cents per one thousand cubic
feet.
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