The San Jacinto (Cal.) Register, in speaking of the death of William Al. Parker, son of F. L. Parker, of this city, says: Mr. Parker came to the valley trom iuii Arbor, Michigan, about 6 months ago, and purchased property on the west, where he, in company with Will S. Loomis, a yonng friend, made his home. He was of a genial and amiable disposition, and during the short time of his stay up to his death made many fast friends among the people here. The deceased had been enjoying the best of health until three weeks ago, when he was taken down with a very malignant form of typhoid fever, which, with complication8 of other diseases completely baffled the skill of the phy8icians. Drs. Toland and Whitlock were in attendance and did everything in their power to relieve his sufferings but of no avail, and at 8 o'clock be entered into the sleep of death f rom which there is no wakening. The funeral services were held at the house Tuesday morning. Rev. 1. B. Lovejoy, pastor of the M. E. church, delivered the funeral discourse.