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PASADENA'S QUOTA OF NEWS
(48,106.96 Expended in Various Public
Improvements
Orange Blossoms—A Triple Wedding Anni
versary—A Public Library at
South Pasadena
PASADENA, Sept. 11.-The regular
weekly meeting of tbe 1.0. G.T. wus held
last evening in G.A.K. hall, and after
the usual uusiness session there was a
surprise for the assembled company in
the way of a wedding ceremony. When
Mr. Frank Bailey and Miss Anna Hobson
were observed coming forward, accom
psnied by Rev. ( lark Crawford, it was
noticed that the young lady was wearing,
•instead of tbe si.nple aitire witn which
she bad first appeared, a white gown, a
veil and orange blossoms, it was made
plain why she jad retiied a few minutes
befoi-e. and for what, purpose tbey now
appeared. A number of friends wbo were
not members of the lodge wore invited to
witness the ceremony, but to the rest of
the company it was a complete surprise.
W. A. Ward acted as best man fot tbe
groom, While Miss Myrtle Kalston was
maid of honor for tiie bride. Coagratu
lations were numerous and hearty, after
which the bride and groom left and this
morning went to Long Beach for a short
■tar.
What Pasadena has been doing In the
way of street improvement daring the
year ending September Ist is indicated by
Ihe fieures furnished by Superintendent
of Streets Buchanan, and which are
given herewith. The work is done under
tbe supervision of the city, but is paid for
by the property owners interested. Dur
ing the twelve months named there have
been constructed :; Sewsrs, 11,47H feet;
grading, ¥5,906 lineal feet ; gutter, oobble
stone. 85."49 lineal feet; curb, cobble
stone, H>,st>4 lineal feet: curb, cement.
86,604 lineal fast; sidewalk, cement, 04,999
square feet, or about 10.Silo lineal feet;
asphalt pavement. 90,mn sonars feet.
Puring tbo same time the superintendent
of streets has inspected 142 jobs of plumb
ing and sewer work. The cost of the
above work was $48.106.»b.
Besides the above work, the extension
of Oakland avenue and the widening of
Pasadena avenue has cost the property
owners the sum of $7967.50. There is
still a large amount of work going on in
various parts of the city, which will add
very materially to its appearance when
completed.
SOCIAL AFFAIRS.
A triple wedding annivorsaary is being
celebrated tonigot at the borne of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel J. Keese on Ashtabula street.
It is to celebrate the occasion when at
tbo home of Mrs. Keese's parents Mr.
and Mrs. Abbott, on the corner of Illinois
;aad Villa streets, tneie were united in
wedlock the following three couplos:
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel .1. Keese, Mr. and
Mis. Henry Newby and Mr. and Mrs. J.
'N. Van Xuys. Tho occasion was an
especially auspicious ono and upon each
succeeding anniversary soms celebration
has been Indulged in by the three happy
couples.
Last evening Miss BlocKi nf South
Madison avenue gave a pleasant informal
party, a peanut nunt constituting the
thief feature of chn evening entertain
ment. The prizes of this excitlmg con
test were won by Messrs. Hacy and Kim
roth. Those present were Misses Rob
erts, Church, Genevieve Church, Beatrice
Church, Eldred, Fife, Smith. Katlierine
Gardner, Ruth Gardner, Hodge, lllocki,
Messrs. Kamrotb, Simpson, Smith, Flagg,
Gale, Lutz, Macy, F.ldred, lllocki und Dr.
Robert".
The Misses Townsend gave a'.reeeption
last evening at their home on Adeliu
avenue to their young friends. Games
were played throughout tho evening and
refreshments were served. Tho decora
tions wero simple bouquets of goldenrod
and pansies. The guests present wen-
Misses Florence E. Kiobl, Harriet Fl.
Pyle, Bertha Benedict. Edna Wright.
Milly Kirk, Hattie Chamberlain, Ada
Purdy, Amy Lester, Nelly Lester and
May Bufkin, Messrs. W. Dosne, W. Had
ley, A. Mills, T. M. Bufkin, G. Ham
mell, H. F. Sniitn, H. Ashby, B. Lester,
X. S. Abbott, 11. C. Biehl, W. Thompson,
T. A. Diniond, ('. Roberts and A. Will
iams, also Misses Sadie. Sbarpiess and
Lida Hiatt of Whittier, and Miss Stella
r-anford ot Dcs Moines, lowa.
At tbe regular meeting of the South
Tasadena city council last evening it was
decided to levy a tax of IU cents on tbe
$100 for the support of a public library.
Heretofore the library has been sup
orted by subscriptions.
The tax levy for general municipal pur
poses was fixed ut 50 cents on the $100,
•bus making tbe total rale 60 cents, ihe
trustees are Leo Longloy, John Wads
worth, Rsv. A.M. Merwiii, Mr.Keith and
Howard Longley.
There will be a celebration at tbe M. K.
church Thursday. Betembai 19tb. from 'i
to 5 o'clock p.m.. in honor of the birth
day of Mrs. Leavitt.the celebrated round
the-world missionary.
Mr. Alexander stowell, one ot Pasa
dena's most honoreu citizens, is danger
ously ill and it is feared.owing to Ins age,
that'he will not have vitality enough to
lecover.
The meeting of the members of the
board of trade called for tomorrow after
noon at 4 o'clock by the directors of tbat
organization is an importnat one, as it
will determine whether Pasadena will bo
represented at the great southern expo
sition to be held at Atlanta. All citizens
wbo can should turn out. it is to be
held at the Carlton.
THE CITY BY THE SEA
Santa Mualcans Visit a Gold Mine—-Local
Notes of Interest
SANTA MONICA, BOpt. 11.—A merry
party of Santa Monicans with a sprink-
Jing of Angelenos, the guests of Mr. J.
V. Henry, enjoyed a jtrip up the beai h
through Arch I'.ock to Las Tunas canyon
and then up ttie picturesque chasm to
the gentleman's two rancdes ana the re
cently discovered guld claims of Messrs.
Harry <t Harris. It is one of the most
picturesque and varied drives of tbe many
from Santa Monica, the first si.v. miles be
ing up tbe baach with the endless wash
and ebb of the ocean at one's feet,passing
oldjSunta Monica eanoyn, the mammoth
wharf, Arch Rock and a number of other
little canyons, until the picturesque Las
Tunas is reacbed, tbe drive then being
inland and a winding one. the steep up
grade compelling the driver of tbe fonr
prancing horses to walk them. On and
upward beside a rippling, and part of
tne way a rushing stream, which every
now and then makes a daring leap from
a crag to the bowlders beneatn, past
emerald pools wherein are lively speckled
beauties, and past a wealtu of forest
growth which compels one to wonder if it
all ia such a short distance from the hum
of civilization and society's pleasure re
sort. At last alighting form the convey
ance" the party adjourned to the ram h
house, where lunch was served, and after
a sbort siesta anil smoke the order was
given forward march to the gold mines.
It was a hard scramble over bowlders,
stomps of trees that had made way for
their successors In this primeval forest,
but at last they wee reached and a
thorough inspection made. So agreeably
surprised ware tbey with tbe oiaims that
It was the universal opinion of all that
work should commence ou them at once,
which will be dons. The ride home was
a pleasant one. with each happy gu«st
having in bis possession a souvenir piece
et-quartz to remember Henry, Harry and
claim and tbe first mentioned gentle
man's hospitslitv.
The annual polo ball given at the Ca
sino last night wis one of tbe moat
charming social events of tbe season
drswing to a close. The spacious room
and verandas wero artistically decorated
with tioral gems and the tennis courts
transformed „by the Japanese lanterns
which were profusely strung about into a
fairy bower, where the joyous couples
could go after the dance and sip their
sherbet and harmlessly gossip. The mu
sic and supper were faultless, as is
everything about the entertainments of
the Soutnern California Polo club, and a
pleasant memory remains of the polo
oall of '95. Among those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Keneally, Dr. and
Mrs. Ferguson of Bakereheld, Mesdames
Brooks, l.'phani, Hutchison, Gwynne.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Waring, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Yomic. Mr. and Mrs. A, A.
Alvord, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Corson. Mr.
and Mrs. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. McCon
nahie, Mrs. Montgomery of fDanvjr, Mr.
and Mrs. Templar Allen, Mrs. Mitchell,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Machsll, ibe Misses
Winston, Scott, Bell, Evans. Louise
Fvans, Rcnne.il, Dixon, Mabel Hine,
Jamison. E. Corson. Richardson, Messrs.
.1. Parker, K. Parker, Thompson, Fox,
Dornford, 0. E. Maud. Langworthy,
Richardson, George, W. K. Pediev and
P. D. Martin.
Levy Hare expects to commence work
on the rejuvenating of the school house
by a coat of paint tomorrow.
The welcome news ot Miss Marion
Jones' victory in tbe Pacific coast tennis
championship contest at San Rafael on
Monday has caused the charming young
lady's "many friends here to rejoice. The
victory is considered a specially good
one from the fact tbat her opponent. Miss
Bee Hooper, is considered the crack
player of the north. The score was 7-5.
;>-<;, 6-5; games, lit-14.
Caldwell * Collis have sold the Del
Mar jus cream parlors to Mess-s. Cole
and Buck.
FROM SAN BERNARDINO
Red, White and Uretu; and Red, WMte
■nd Blue.
SAX BERNARDINO, Kept. 11.—The
Fiesta is oniy lour dsys away. Already
the advance guard of color which is to
wreathe the buildings and thorougufares
of tbe city has arrived, and tbe national
colors of Mexico were (Drawn to the
bree/e this moining. Within a day or
two the red, while and green of the
southern republic will vie for place with
tne red, white und clue, and the atrcets
of the city will be a succession of waving
banners. In addition to the decorations
whicn the Fiesta committee w : .li make,
every merchant and property owner,
whether in the bjsiness or residence
part of the city, is asked to contribute to
the general decoration, and add a touch
of green bunting to the national colors
which may be displayed.
The toieadors have started; [likewise
the Mexican band from Tucson, and also
from Sonora. The former is expected to
arrive here tomorrow or Friday, and will
make a circuit of the loop advertising the
Fiesta. They will play in Los Angeles
Saturday night, returning to participate
In the opening exercises.
The attempt to oust Dr. J. H. Pierson
from the Horticultural commission hit
tho earth with a very dull thud this
morning, and for the present U least he
will continue hunting for bugs and sealo
and looking after the interests of itho
fruitgrowers of the county. Several
we eks ago a petition was lodged with
tbe board of suporvisois, alleging that
Dr. Pierson was physically unable to per
form tbe work of a commissioner, and
asking that bis office be declaied vacant
and a successor named. The matter was
made a special order for tooay, and it
came up the lirst thing at the morning
session of tne board. Tho petitioners
were represented by George B, Cole, and
F. F, Oster appeared for the commission
er whose scalp was in demand. After lour
witnesses had bean examined, the case
ended by the petitioners requesting mat
tbey be allowed to withdraw the petition.
They stated rhat they had reasons for the
proposed act, whicb they did not wish to
make public unless forced to do so. and
tbe supervisors allowed them to go tbeir
way and tbe recoids of the case were
pigeon-holed. Thus ended tne mattsi,
and Dr. Pierson is still commissioner.
The cases of H. W. Robinson, a special
deputy sheriff living near Rialto, who is
charged with assault with a deadly
weapon, and W. W. Petit, from the same
district, who is charged with battery,
were up before Judge Soule today, and
be was called upon to settle a neighbor
hood quarrel Tbo result was that Pettit
was found guilty ot batftery. ana Robin
■on was bound over on a charge of assault
with a deadly weapon and bis bail tixsd
at $loOu. Robinson came to town Menduv
morning, and seeing Pettit on the street,
started out to arrest him for assaulting a
young man named Ralph Heroid, who
happen" to be an employee nf Robinson.
Horold was along at the time, and after
tney bßd grabbed Pettit. Robinson drew
a re\olver and beat Pettit over the head,
inflicting aome painful injuries. In the
hearing before Judge Soule today Robin
son's defense was that he was attempting
to arrest Pettit and that tho latter resist
ed, necessitating the use of force. But
it was shown by the prosecution tbat he
had no warrant for Pettit's arrest, and
that in audition he used more force than
was necessary, even if Pettit was resist
ing-
K'i'he stage from Bear Valley bloke the
record on the last trip down. Leaving
! Knight s hotel at fl:40 a. m., with seven
I passengers and their baggage on board,
I they made tue trip down In to Highland
|in nine noors. arriving there at 2:4u and
I stopping in front of the Stewart at :4u,
or ten hours from Bear valley, lifty miles
I away. Al Livermore handled the ribbons
i and says so far as he knows the time was
never equaled.
The preliminary examination of Yadtm
Demons, the Los Angeles high school
boy who is chaiged with holding up a
station agent and a storekeeper at North
Cucamonga. was held before Judge Knox
yesterday end Demons hsld to answer
on two charges of assault with intent to
commit robbery, bail beiing fixed at JIOUO
in each case. Demons' father, though
able to do so. has not yet furnished bonds.
Mr, l.evret Corder and Miss Etta Phelps
were married in this city at the residence
of Gus Knight, sr., last Sunday, by l!ev.
R. B. Taylor, and left at once lor Lis
Apgelos, which *ill be their home. Miss
Phelps is a grand-daugbier of Mr. and
Mrs. Knight. Mr. Cordsr is in in the
employ of Newmark A: Co., in I.os An
geles. The wedding was strictly private.
The will of Mrs. A. A. Green, who
I died recently in San Francisco, was tiled
for probate today. The estate is valued
] at 124,300. and consists of property in this
and Alameda counties. Tbe heirs live in
San Francisco and the east.
The will of Mis. Bertha Klein, who
died in Ontario August -2d, has boon
filed for probate. She leaves an estate
valued at $r>2oo. and it is bequeathed to
her husband, W. H. Klein.
Arttfur B. Petcb and Miss Martha Lutz,
both of Ferris, were united in marriage
al the parsonage of fhe First M.E. church
this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. C. A.
Westenoerg officiating.
The examination for vacancies in the
list of officers of company E, resulted in
the promotion of Corporal W G. Bodkin
to the rank of sergeant and Private R. C.
King lo the rank ot oorporal.
Mi. and Mrs. C. J. Wilder aud children
and Miss Elizabeth Burt arrived from
Menlo Park laat nigbt and will spend a
week with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mettler.
Judge R. 11. F. Vane! and family,
Captain John Cross and family and Mrs.
Mr. Rkiuner. all of Los Angeles, who have
been spending the simmer in Bear Val
ley, camo down by Monday's stage und
returned to i.os Angeles.
Charles A. Buck left Sunday morning
for his old home in Toronto, 'Kan. He
has sold his interest in the Saturday
Review and will remain in Toronto per
manently, where he will assume charge*
of his mothoi's property interests.
£OS AK-GKEIiES HEHAIiD: THURSDAY MOB!NTN"Gk SEPTEMBER 12, 1898
EXODUS FROM LONG BEACH
The Popular Seaside Resort Being
Depopulated
Tbe Comprehensive Subject ol Liars the
Subject of a Ltcture-Varloua
News Items
LONG BEACH,Sept. 11.—As Ihe sssso n
draws to a close our little seaside resort
is becoming rapidly depopulated, our
thousands of transient summer residents
regretting tha necessity that calls them
hence, but more than ever determined to
he with ,«is when another season rolls
around again.
September is really tha best month in
the year lo spend at tbe seaside, for as a
general thing the water for bathing
seems to be warmer and more exhilarat
ing, tbe shells on the beach more plenti
ful and the lishing—well, the fishing,
either from off tbe end of the wharf or
out at sea, say from a quarter to a half
mile, affords the linest and best sport to
be bad any place but Catalina, on tbe
coast.
Dr. A. J. Frost, 1). D., of San Bernar
dino, lectured at the Baptist church
luesdsy evening on tbe comprehensive
subject of Liars. Those who ever told a
lie were admitted at half price. The
building was not near lame enough to
admit of .ho hitter, as nine-tenths of the
people of the town are members of the
Little Hatchet club.
A good watch and chain were stolen
from a tent occupied by Mrs E. D. G.
Campbell of Pasadena and another lady,
last Friday. Mrs. Campbell, who had
been temporarily absent, met a woman
coming out of the tent on returning, and i
immediately thereafter missed her watch,
which she had left on a table in one of
the apartments. She had a search
warrant, but as this took Home time to
get, no wati h and chain were found on
the person suspscted when searcned, and
the woman, who lives in Comp*on and
had been arrested last winter for stealing
a dress belonging to a young lady i: vine
at that time in the Tabernacle grove, was
allowed to go unrest»aincd. About v
month previous to tbis last escapade this
same woman Bwiped a lot of grocery par
cels from tne steps of tbe cottage at which
they nad been left. Her husband came
down from Compton and settled for the
groceries and the matter was allowed to
drop. Tho woman was arrested yester
day on the complaint of the lady's hus
band who lost the watch, at Compton,
and her house was again searched with
out finding the missing article. Tbe j
woman peddles eggs and butter around
the country and is said to be a con
firmed kleptomaniac
Charles E. French of Santa Ana, who
has been very sick for the past seven
weeks, had so far recovered as to be able
to leave with his family lor home yester
day.
Will E. Place of tho Los Angeles
Cracker company visited the beach in the
interest of that tirni Tuesday.
Dr. Montgomery and family, wbo have
been occupying the Hedgerow cottage,
corner of Magnolia avenue and Second
street, left for their Los Angeles home on
Monday.
Miss K. M. Jones of the Aristopia,sfter
an absence of a week in Los Angeles, re
turned Tuesday evening.
J. L. Fetterriian and son, Sammy, left
for a two or tbree weeks' Jaunt in the
mountains of this, San Bernardino and
Kern counties.
Miss Carrie E. Hart left for Los Ange
les last Saturday, intending to spend
about three weeks visiting hsr numerous
friends.
M. H. I.s l-'etra of Giendora and wife
left for home yesterday. Mrs. Le Fetra
came in impaired health, and after in
haling the life-giving ozone for live
months left Comparatively restored.
SAN PEDRO REPORT
narlns News—.Testing of Companions of tho
Forest
SAN PEDRO, Sept. 11.—Steamer Pasa
dena, Capt. Hamilton, arrived from
Eureka with 320,000 feet of lumber to
Eerckhoff-Cuzner Lumber company.
Steamer Alcazar, Capt. Saunderson, ar
rived from Wsstporl with 1,00(1 railroad
ties to Southern Paeiiic company.
Schooner Una, Capt. Smith, arrived
from rjmpqca with 420.000 feet of lumber
to Southern Pacific company.
SchoonerW. F. Witzman, Capt.. Olson,
arrived from Tacoma with 700, 000 feet of
lumber to W. H. Perry Mill and Lumber
coropnay.
Circle No. 261 of the Companions of
the Forest held their lirst anniversary
ball at Bwineford's hall on Tuesday
night,. It proved to he the nicest affair
of the season. The music was just
sublime, whioh was discoursed by the
Harmony orchestra, under the leadership
of H. .1. Muller. The hall was elaborate
ly decorated and a banquet was served
at midnight.
ANAHEIM LOCAL EVENTS
Marriage of ■ Popular Young Lady—Bicycle
Races
ANAHEIM, Sept. 11.—The bicycle race
announced to take plaoo Friday at 3 p.
m. in this city will be strictly for Ana
heim riders. There will be two time and
two place prizes; probably about ten en
tries.
Miss Re tin Smith, daughter of .T. W.
Smith oil irangethorpe, and Mr. Bartran
of Los Angeles were married in Santa
Ana today and took the noon train over
tho Santa Fe to Los Angeles. It is stated
that from there the couple will go to
San Francisco. The bride hat been one
I The Man . 1
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vine cure for the morphine and liquor habits? Your will-power may be fjK
strong enough, but why give it a shock by trying to stop when you can
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| To Be Cured 1
gfe THE KEELEY INSTITUTE,
Corner N. Main and Commercial Sts. , SSs
Over Farmers ct Merchants Bank.
of the most popular young ladles in this
part of tbe county.
At its recent meeting tbe water board
passed a resolution to let out the com
pany's surveying work by centiaet to the
lowest bidder. Mr. Lnm. woo has been
employed ton the past year or more ot a
salary of $75 per month, with extra pay
for ail time over fifteen days eaoh montn,
will serve tbe company until the Ist of
October.
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. Amerigo and Mr. and Mrs. Gar
rison of Fullerton for a party st the St.
George hotel in Fullerton, on tha even
ine of the 12th. in honor of the first an
niversary ol the marriage of tbe parties
named. "
SANTA ANA EVENTS
Ladles Will Organize a Band—Personal and
News Items.
BANTA ANA, Sept. 11.—The Ladies of
the Maccabees gave a most delightful box
social last night in the I. O. O. F. hall.
A large crowd w.is present and a musical
programme interspersed with speeches
occupied the lime until the lunch boxes
wero ready to be sold at auction. Tne
boxes brought from '20 cents to tl. Dr.
Garnet- and George Smith were the auc
tioneers and the selling went on merrily
until somo found instead of purchasing a
young lady's lunch tbey got her mother
or aunt. It was a grand success and tho
ladies cleared about $:!0. This money is
to be usad in organising a string band
among the Lades of tho Maccabees.
Tbe Oranga county wheelmen met last
night and elected the following officers:
President, C. C. Monagbau of Santa
Ana; vice-president. Volncy Tubbs of
Tustiu; secretary, C. H. Olney of Santa
Ana: captain, James Brown: first lieu
' tenant, Harry Bandy; sscond lientenant,
j Ernest Wooi; Bugler, I. Fields: execu
tive committee, James Brown. Ed Mos
| baugb, John Engle and Harry Btmdy.
I Mrs. W. R. Gilson went to the hot
springs at De Luz, in San Diego county,
today, for her health. Mr. Gilson has
been an invalid for the past few years
and will remain Indefinitely if she im
proves in health while there.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. Allen of Orange died this morning.
B. Bastion, who Das been serionsly ill
for the past several wests, continues in
! a criticul condtiton.
Preparations for the coming Orange
county fair, that opens the 15th of Oc
tober, are going on with a vim that be
speaks a successful fair. New horses are
ou tbe track and a great deal of interest. Is
taken in seeing tfiero worked out. Tbe
races promise to lie tbo most interesting
of any yet held on the Santa Ana race
course.
Hon. J. W. Fairbanks wiil give a stere
optieon entertainment Friday evening in
Spurgeen's opera house. The subject
from which the scenes aro taken is Bsn
Kur.
Miss Ima Brooks, who was visiting
Mrs. D. F. .fonts, has returned to her
school work in Pasadena.
Miss Myrtle Edwards returned from her
outing last night antl will open her
school about tbe lOtb inst.
11. H. Ropsr lias secured the contract
to furnish tbe Anaheim rchool district
with schnot supplies for tbe coming year.
This speaks well for this enterprising
linn.
C. E. F"rench, who hss been having a
long siege of typhoid fever nt Long
iioacb, has so far-recovered as to be able
to Have! and arrived home this evening
by train, while his folks came by team.
A runaway occurred tbis morning on
Main street. The horse freed itself from
the rig but did very little damage.
W. W. CrOizer, agent ol the Santa Fr In
.his city, is at his home on Fourth street,
qllltJ ill.
R. Y. Williamson started for San Fran
cisco todnv on a business trip.
Mrs. Will Cordner and Mrs. Ed Botcler
of Pomona are in the city visiting Mrs.
Cordncr's sister, Mr-. I. S. Insley ot Ibis
city.
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MATTERS IN SANTA BARBARA
Water Supply and Street Paving by
the Council
Night Watchman Exonerated and Restered
to His Office—The Spectacular
Carnival a Succesa
SANTA BARBAUA, Sept. 11.—An ad
journed meeting ot the city council was
held for the purpose of disposing of two
important matters which have been pend
ing for several weeks. An ordinance was
read referring to v call for an election to
determine the wishes of tha people re
garding the paving ot graded streets.
When first Introduced tbis measure
j aroused a stoim of opposition, a demand
was raised for a water supply, and the
| counoil laid the former matter asido nnd
j appointed n committee on water. The
paving proposition, however, once more
comes to the front and the election ordi
nance passed its lirst anil second reading
I at ths meeting.
Night Watchman Matthew McGrath was
j exonerated from the charges preferred
1 against him by Councilman C. E. I.atail
lade. and the otlicer roslored to his ro
' sition.
Mr. Anson Walker, a pioneer of the
! town of Santa Yuer. and a highly es
teemed citizen of this county, who died
on Admission day, was burled today at
Sauta Yiisz. For several months Mr,
Wn.ker bna been sufferine from OCUCOr,
and had recently undergone two opera
tions, but found no relief, owing lo tbe
i advanced ; , of the disease.
The grand spectacnlsr carnival drew
crowded bouses at the opera house on
Monday aud Tuesday evenings. A pleas
-1 ing effect was produced by tbo array of
'. beauty, tableaux colored lights and
exoell'ent performances. Sixty-two trail*
; ness houses were represented but the pro
! duct ions surpassed anything over before
; rendered In Ihir city in the nature of a
trade display.
The Naples postoftice robbery remains
a Uiystcrv and it is doubtful whether or
: not tbe guilty ones will bo caught. This
I job is claimed to have been done by tbo
; same individual who looted the Simmer
-1 lend postoffice about two weeks ago. As
! in Both Instances he sueoessfinlly avoided
detection and has thus far avoided ar
rest, it is generally believed that he will
notte caught unless he makes a tblid
attorn pt.
Sumlner heat is unknown here at pres
ent, tho days-end evenings being cool und
i pleasant.
Unless tbe supervisors insist upon a 40c
road rate, the tas rate for state and county
purposes, not including special schools,
will be $I.7*>. This is tbe lowest that can
be expected.
4m\\ Mrs. Harrison'/*
Mm FACE
IpW BLEACH
x XfiMOVES KrrrtilM,
- . Jrtotu Patches, Sunburn,
\V'*"i' 1 Sjal'owness, Black heads,
&%fjL\ Jt naY Pimples and every dis-
WffßL ~ oyja coloration or blemish of
' J MaTMHMS. anflJr the skin, rendering tho
akin as pore and dear and wfliteas it was in baby
days. Guaranteed pcrlectly harmless. It never
tails to cure. Ladies who value a nice, clear,
natural cmnplexiou should not fail to use it.
Price, fl.oo per bottle. All Druggists
MRS. NETTIE HARRISON, BEAUTY DoCTOB
40 & 42 QEARY ST. San FranoisOO
Tho following druggists carry a full line of
my preparations:
11. M. SALIC A- SON. li<b S. Spring St., L, A.
C. F. HEIMZKMAM, '-'22 N. Main st.. L A.
l School t
School j
School +
«* School
Mill 1 pjpj JJ
L BEGINS ON THE 16th INST. 5
£ Your boy will learn much better in one of our jv
I School I
| Suits |
Try an All-Wool Double-Seat and Knee Suit-for £
| $2.50 t
j Our $5.00 Suits are excellent for quality and de- 5
J sign. We keep everything a boy needs—except J
a STRAP. T
HARRIS & FRANK, Prop s.
$ 119, 121, 123, 125 N. Spring St. £
WONDERFUL CURES
BY
DR. WONG
713 SOUTH MAIN ST., LOS ANOELE6, CAL.
"Skillful curs Increases longevity to the "Ingenlousfrr locating diseases tbeough tk
world." polsu and expelrent remedies ar. great DIM
lugs to the world."
LOS ANGELES, CAD., June 3d, 18»5.
DR.". WONG A TIM: I came to your Sanitarium, about two weeks »g°. suffering
from lung trouble And general debility. Otheii had pronounced me in tnelast stag© of
consumption. After taking fourteen doses of medicine you pronounced me cured, andl
am iv better health than 1 have been for years, l ours very truly,
MARY L. JOHNSOM, Alhamnra, Cal.
After I had been treated XI years by six different dootors, for consumption, and (bespat
stated that I oouldn't live two mohths, I took Dr. Wong's medicine and was cured In 7 raeathr
1 «njor excellent health and weigh 170 pounds. MRS. A. M. AvfvA,
1612 Brooklyn aw.. Loi Angeles; Cat.
PRIVATE, NERVOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF MEN quickly cured without t k#
nse of poisons.
4000 euros. Ten yesrs In Los Anteles.
DR. WONG. 713 SOUTH HAIN ST.. LOS ANQELES
DH. WONG HIM, who tins practiced meats
cine in Los Angeles for 'JO yearn, ana
whose office is at 039 Upper Main street, will
treat by medicine all diseases of women, men
and children. Tho doctor claims that ho has
remedies that are superior to all others as a
apecific for troubles of women and men. A
trial alone will convince the sick ihat Dr. I
Wong Him's remedies are more efficacious thaa I
can b« prescribed, i )r Wong Him is a Chinese
physician of prominence and a gentleman of
rWponsiullitv. His reputation is more than
well established, and all persons needing hit
services can rely on his skill and ability. A
cure Is guarantod in every case in which a re
covery is possible. Herb medicines for solo.
DR. WONG HI7VY
HERB DOCTOR,
6)9 Upper Main Street, Los Angele*,
Notice to Contractors and Pipe Manu
facturers
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE PUENTE
Laud and Water Company, up to 1 o'clock
p m. September 11th. 1595, lor the following:
Twenty thousand feet, more or less, of lli
Inch sheot iron pipe. .
Twenty thousand I'ect.m ore or less, of vttn
Bed sewer pipe, from Id to 34 inches in rliam
Twenty thousand feet of concrete Invert and
brick arch conduit .
Specifications for the above are to be seen at.
the office of William Mulholland. corner of
Alameda and Marehessault streets,
Ul bids arc to be addressed to THOh. F.
HAVES, secretary of tho Puente Land and
Water Co., Puente, Los Angeles county.
The company reserves the right to rcje ctauy
or all bids. 13
PERRY, nOTT & CO.'S
LUMBER VKRD
AND PLANING MILLS
130 Commercial iL. Lo< Ancelel. Cal.
950 TO 1)60 BUENA VISTA ST.,
LOS KNCBLBS, - CHLIPORNII
' Adjeiuiug S. t, viiouuili, Xah liifc
Summons
IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT OF LOS AN*
geles City. In the County of Los Angeles
State of California. 1). C. Morrison, City
Justice.
Gardner A Zellner. Plaintiffs, vs. Mrs. 1.. E,
Chattock and L. E. Chattock, her husband.
Defendant. s
Tho People of the Estate of California senij
greeting to Mrs. L. E. Chattock aud L. E. Chat«
lock her husband, Defendant".
You arc hereby directed that you must ap
pear In >n action brought, against you by the
abovo named Plaintiffs in tho Justice's Court
of Los. Angeles City, County of Los Angeles,
Mate oi California, and answer before the
Justice, at his office iv tho said city, the com
plaint died therein, within five days (exclusive
of the day of service) after the service oa you
of this Summons, if served within thecity and
county, township or city 111 which this action
is brought; within ten days if served out of
said township or city, but in tbo county in
which this action is brought; and within
twenty days if served elsewhere.
The said action is brought to recover judg
ment against you iv tho sum of ninety-four
dollars and tifty cents; twenty dollars attor.
ncy's fees; and costs of suit and attachment;
thu same being duo the said plaintifls, Gard
ner Si Zellner, on your certain promissory
note executed and delivered to said plaintiffs
by you on the Fourteenth day of Juno. 1893.
All of which will more fully appear from
Plain iff s complaint tilorl in this Court, a copy
of which is served herewith and made a pan
of this Summons. And you are hereby nort
hed that il you fail to appear and answer said
complaint, as above required, said Plaintiff
will cause your default to be dulyentered, an
will take judgment against you as prayed in
their complaint, to-wit: for the sum ot 5.94.50;
scjll attorney's fees; aud costs of suit.
. Make leea'l service and due return hereof.
Given under my hand this Twenty-math day
of March, MOD. D. C. MORRISON.
Justice of the Peace for tho City of Los Aa
geles, in said County and State.
state oi' California, I
County op Lcs anoeles, j "™
I, T. E. Newlln, county Clerk ole he County
of Los Angeles, State of California, and ex«
officio Clerk oi tho Superior Court thereof,
Iwhleh court la a court of Rccordl haying a
seal), do hereby certify;
That D. C. Morrison, whose name is sub
scribed to the annexed Summons, was, at the
limu of signing the same, a Justice of the
Peace in and for snid County, duly Qualified
and authorized by law to execute said instru
incut, and lull faith and credit arc due to all
his official acts as such.
And Ido further certify, that I am well ac
quainted with tho handwriting of the said
officer, and verily bell ye lhat tho siguature
to lire said instrument is genuine.
In Witness Whorodf, 1 have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said Superior
Court at my office in said county, this 324
day of May, A. D. 1895. NEWLIN,
County Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of tho Su
perior Court.
By A. VV. Sk vvf.k, Deputy. Sep 25
DR.LOBBS BOOK FREE
To all sufferers of Ji'rrorx of Youth and Dlseatfi
of Menand Womfn. '-08pages, clotb bound. Treat
ment by mall strictly confidential. Cure guaran
teed. Call or write. Dr.1,08E,3t9 lMstb St., Fblla,

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