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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXII -NO. 145
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA HOUSR~~~~
H. C. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager.
R. 8. Douglas, Associate Manager.
COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4TH.
The American Fuu-Mskers,
EVANS and II oE V I
In their new edition of
A PAKLOR MATCH!
Hoyt's funniest and best play,
Bupported by a carefully selected company of
comedians and the Olympic Quartette.
Since last seen here the play has been em
bellished with *
New Music! New Laughs!
New Songs! New Specialties!
M 2 New Dances! New Features!
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II HE NATATORIUM,
- A Swimkino Bath,
ORT STREET, BET. SECOND AND THIRD,
Adjoining New City Hall.
Basin 30x84 feet; water heated by steam.
Open day and evening: Sundays close at 6 p. m.
Admission. 25c. and 350. Plain, hot baths, in
One procelatn tubs, at all hours, for ladles or
gentlemen, 250. Every Tuesday, from 7to 10
r. at., ladles' and gentlemen's night; no gentle
men admitted without a lady. Spectators, free.
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JJUTZUK KALI) & CO.
TCIIF HEADQUARTERS.
BOOK MAKING AND POOL SELLING ON
ALL SPORTING EVENTS.
13 WEST FIRST STREET. s2tf
VIENNA BUFFET.
8. KBBKOW, Proprietor.
Corner Main and Reqnena sts.
I'HKE ENTEKTAINITIENT
Evory evening. Refined Vocal and Instru
m . e^i,li„C , onoert AUSTRIAN - HUNGARIAN
KITCHEN. Also a fine Commercial Lunch
from 11 a. m. to 4 p.m. Quick tervlce and po
-1 lte attention. gag
WANTS, PERSONALS, AND OTHER AD
vertisements uniier the following heads in
serted at the rate of 5 cents per line tor each
insertion, or $1 a line per month.
PERSONAL..
PERSONAL— SHEET MUSIC. 10c. a copy, at
BURNS' MUSIC STORE, 152 8. Main St.
sel tf
Janiemy — railroad brick yard;
sewer builder and general contractor; office
with Gee Yuen Lung ,v Co., 133 Apablass st,,
new Chinatown, Loa Angeles, Cal., Is now pre
pared to furnish good, cheap labor to any ex
tent to railroad builders and sewer contractors.
P. O. box 350. an2B 7*
PERSONAL-SHEET MUSIC, 10c a copy at
BURNS' MUSIC STORE, 162 8. Main St.
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SOMETHING NEW. DELICACIES FOR THE
table. Imported cheeses, sausages, boiled
ham, cold meats, etc. MRS. RUBCHE & DOW
NEY 211 S. Spring st. au23 tf
MRS. PARKER, BUSINESS MEDIUM~AND
clairvoyant, 355 S. Spring st. au2stf
DIVORCE LAW A BPECIALTY. ADVICE
free. W. W. HOLCOMB, attorney's office.
24 West First-st,. rooms 10 and 11. au29-tf
PERSONAL— 9,000 TAX SALES IN LOS AN
geles county; one year to redeem. Do you
wish to know if your property was on the list?
Bond for county delinquent tax list, published
only in Daily Hkbald. Mailed to any address
for 25 cents. j e 21tf
WANTED—HOCBtiS.
WANTED— A
to rent house of not less than five rooms;
rent must be low. Address room 134, Hollen
beck Hotel. sep2 2t*
WANTED— HOUSES, 8 1 ORE 3, CLOSE IN.
Demand greater than supply. L. A.
RENTAL AHKNCY, IN. Fort st. an2o lm
WANTED—MISCEEEANEOUS.
WANTED— PICTUREB TO fXvME™AT
Burns' Music Store, 152 S. Maiu street.
sel tf
LOST-A -SILVER-MOUNTED CARD CASE,
containing cards, etc. Finder pleise re
turn to 211 8. Olive st. and receive reward.
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tOR SALE,
FOR BALE—DIAMONDS LEFT FOR SALE AT
less than their value with A. J.,Viele, room
4, 38 South fcprlng street. sel-3t
IjlOR SALE—TWO GOOD HORBEB AT A
' bargain, at 196 East First st , Los Angeles.
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FOR SALE—WE HAVE "SEVERAL HEAD
of No 1 work horses for Bile, cheap. Ven
tura Stables, 25 8. Log Angeles st. aulB tf
FOR SALE —A FIRST-CLASS, STYLISH
sluglofooting saddle horse, suitable for
ladios and gents. Apply at Occidental Stable,
100 3. Main st. aui7 tf
EOR KENT—HOUSES.
lilOR
1 room 110x20 feet. Apply 349 S. Spring st
au29-10t.
IjlOR RENT-HOUSES, STORES, LONG LIST
Ito select from: free carriage. LOSANGELES
RKNTAL AGENCY, IN. Fort sr. au2s lm
FOR HENT-JUISCECEANEOUS.
1H ;
1 Fourth st; 80x20.
Store, 302 8 Main, near Fourth street
Store, 508 8. Fort St., adjoining Postoffice.
Store, 208 8. Los Angeles st, near Third st.
Hall, 50x60, 316 8. Main, near Fourth st.
Warehouse, near Seventh and San Pecro sts.,
50x200 feet; rent cheap.
Four-room house, stab* and corral, suitable
for 20 head horses, Dear Beventh and Malu sts.
Apply to owner. 320 8 Main st. sel 7t
FOX SAliE—Country Property.
lilOR SALE—AT? AN
proved foothill ranch of 200 acres ln north
ern part of California. Good buildings, good
climate, good water. Only $6,000. Address
N. 8., box 80, Herald office. §3 3t*
©XI, CASH AND $5.00 PER MONTH WILL
«j&OU buy a lot 50x150, with a 2-room house
and chicken house; water at the door; 500 acre
range for chlokens; 10 minutes from end of
cable line. First st. 3 blocks west of College,
Occidental Heights; price, $350. Address J.
L. R„ Herald office. aul3 tf
FOR NALK-City Property.
liloß SALE—IOO CHOICE MILCH COWS,
! also thoroughbred Holstelo bulls, at Bonita
Meadows. Apply to J. L. DURKEE, Nadeau
House. au2s-lm*
TjlOR SALE—A CHICKEN RANCH WITH
J? 200 chickens, cow and calf, 200 foot
chicken house, long lease, rent $10 per month.
Apply second-hand store, 125 3. Main. auB lm
SSS!* E i!?J c Js*2£
OR* BA?£if--A HALF" INTEREST IN? A
planing mill doing a good business and
centrally located. Inquire of RUDDY, BURNS
A SMITH, 34 N. Spring st. au27 lm
IHAVK ON HAND TWO FIRST-CLASS
good paying businesses; must sell one aB I
cannot attend to both myself. Addiess P. O.
box 1182. city. auKi tf
MEETINOS.
SPECIAL MEETING OF LOS AN- a
geles Lodge, No 42, F. &A. M„ A
Wednesday.September 4th,at 7:30 p.m. jf
tor work in tho Second Degree.- Kister
Lodges and all visiting brethren are ~
cordially invited to attend.
By order of
J. GOLDS WORTH V, W. M.
Express please copy. sep3 2t
Georoe H. Smith. Thomas L. Winder.
Henry M. Smith.
SMITH, WINDER & SMITH, ATTORNEYS
at-Law, will practice ln all the-State and
Federal Courts. Offices: Rooms 1,2, 3 and 4,
University Bank building, 117 New High St.,
Los Angeles, Cal, Telephone. No. 583. aul4tf
7T- WHITE ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
Vf V Law ' r e »«med practice. Solioits Mb
old clients and as many new ones ss possible to
call on him, at Room 3, No.7N. Springst. aull tf
DANIEL PICKIT TtTORNBY-AT-LAW,
room 19, Jones b100k,75 N. Spring St., over
Boston itere, Los Angeles. Oal. a4tf
CHEMISTS AND AIBAYEKN.
Analytis and Assay business, corner of
nrst and Fort sts. auB tf
RFKCJIAL NOTICES.
POSTOFFICE BAVING3 BANK AMD TRUST
CO ,
326 South Maim Street,
Will commence business on Monday, Septem
ber 2d. Tbe stockholders have Incorporated a
bank that Is designed a depository for parties
having surplus money, and will pay interest at
the rate of 5 PER CENT PER ANNUM on time
deposits from $50 to $5,000.
Small deposits will be received in sums of
$1 and upward!!, enabling ihosewith moderate
wages to accumulate sufficient to commence
business, or BUILD A HOME.
SAVINGS BANKS HAVE BEEN VERY
PROSPEROUS in all large olties, and we hope
with tbe assistance of tbe prudent and induh
trious to establish an institution ln our civ
tbat will comparo favorably with any Savings
Bank in the State.
STOCKHOLDERS.
Chas. Forman, Wm. McLain,
Frank Sabichi, W. H. Stoll,
J. J. Schallert, R. B. Young,
J. H. Jones, I. N. Van Nujs,
A. H Denker, Albert Meyer,
G. J. Griffith, J, Caatrucceo,
Geo. H. Pike, Wm. S. DeVan,
Pierre Nicholas, Url Embody,
O. T. Johnston, J. B. Lankershim.
J. B. Lankbrsiiim, Chas, Forman,
President. Vice-President.
F. W. DeVan, Cashier.
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NOTICE— TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED,
or owning lands or lots in all that section
west of Reservoir No. 4, for half a mile on the
north of Temple street, and from (aid Reser
voir No. 4to the city limits; also, all of Tem
ple street, and all the land 618 feet south of
Temple street, from Alvarado street to the city
limits on the west; you are hereby requested to
call on H. M. Wood, at Temple-street engine
house, Mr. Hutchinßon, on the Hutchinson
tract, F. B. Fanning, at County Clerk's office,
or J. W. Potts, Waterloo street, to sign a protest
against an unjust assessment proposed to be
levied on said lands by the City Council, for
the purpose of regrading Temple and other
streets, all in canal and reservoir lands. ' J. W,
POTTS. au2s Ot
FLOWER FESTIVAL SOCIETY—YOUNG
Woman's Boarding Home, and sole office of
Industrial Exchange, 25 E. Fourth st:, City.
. a 6 5m
PHISIVIAKn.
GW. BURLEIGH, M. D., 121 8. SPRING ST.
• Specialties, diseases of women (medical
and surgical). Chronic diseases of stomach
and bowels. sep3 tf
(1 P. BAGG, M. D., ROOMB 1, 2 AND 3,
j, Los Angeles National Bank Building, Lob
Angeles, Cal. Telephone 485. atigSMmo*
MRB. DR. MINNIE WELLS, FIRST LADY
licentiate of physic; been in successful
practice many years in this city in diseases of
women; new method of treatment. Office, 402
Fort st,. corner Filth. aula tf
R7 C. EDGAR SMITH,?~ DISEASES OF
women a specialty. Rectal diseases cured
without the knife by the BrinkerhofT system.
Those suffering with any form of chronic or
rectal disease will do well to investigate our
system of treatment. Office, corner Main and
Seventh sts, Robart's blook. aulO-tf
R. H. ARENSBERG. FROM THE~UNIVER
sity of Berlin, treats all chionlc diseases
successfully; diseases of the sexual organs a
specialty. Hours, Bto 10, 2to 4,7 to 8. Room
15, Bryson-Bonebrake block. au2o lm
S. L. GOLDSCHMIEDT—GINERAL PRAC
tlce. 23 B. Spring; telephone, 1019. Resi
dence, "Eme'Bon." 415 S. Olive; telephone,
1054. s2tf
RT BABCOCK, EYE, EAR, THROAT AND
nose. Old Wlleon Block, corner First and
Bpring, Rooms 12 to 14; oflice hours, 8 to 4 and
7 to 8. au3l-3m
R. J. H. JOHNSON. OFFICE AND REBl
dence, 223 8. Springst. Te1.,827. au2stf
R. WEST"HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT
Surgeon to tho New York Hospital. 75 N.
Springst. Honrs, 9to 12.2 tos. Tel.No. 1,026.
au24t%
DR. 0. B. CLACIUS HAfTItKMOVRD HIS
office from 75 N. Spring to 41 8. Spring st.
Hours from 11 a. si. to 2r. m. Specialty—Sex
ual and skin diseases ohronlo diseases In gen
eral. au24tf
DR. CHAS. DE BZIGETHY. OFFICE AND
residence, 313 S. Main St. Tele. 1,056. tl
A. OT^ADSoITmTdT^AtThIS BANI
-. tarinm, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone
891. 81-tf
HUiTILIIPaTHItITN.
SB.BALIBBTJRY, M. D.. HOMUSOPATHIBT.
• Office, rooms 11 and 12, L, A. Bank build
ing, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538
tf. Pearl st. Office noun, 11 a.m. to Bp. a.
Velephono Nos.; Office 597; resldonoo 577.
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DRS. BEACH A BOYNTON. OFFICE. 37 N.
Spring st., Los Angeles, Cal. Office hours,
8 to 12 M., 1 to 4 and 6 to 3 p. »'. Dr. Bovnton's
residence. 735 Olive St. aul9tf
lii A, CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE AND BEBl
'j. donee, 24 8. Spring st, Honrs 1 to 4 p.m.
Telephone 358. aul4
ISAAC FELLOWS, M. D.-HOMEOP ATHIBT
Office Honrs—ll to 12 a. at., 2to 5 r. M.,
Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building,
Los Angeles, Oal. Residence 408 Soath Main
street. a9-tf.
DR. DARLING OCULIST ANI) AURIBT
Office 25 North Main St. Office Honrs. 9a.
m. to 4 p. M. sltf-flAw
DENTISTS*
RG.
. to No. 31 N. Spring St., rooms 1 and 2
Phillips block. Los Angeles, Cal. al6tf
R. J. M. WHITBi
DR. E. L. TOWNSEND,
—Dentists,—
41 South Spring street.
First building north of Bryson-Bonebrake block
Telephone 138. anlB lm
REMOVED.
DB. L. W. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
Bts., Wilson block; take elevator. Room
36. Teeth filled withont pain. Anaesthetic per
fectly harmless. All kinds of dentistry done and
teeth extracted positively without paiu. a 4 tf
A DAMB BROS., DENTISTS, 23 8. SPRING
O. street, Rooms 4 and 0,
Gold fillings from $2 np. Amalgam and silver
fillings, 91. Painless extraction of teeth by
vitalised air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth
extracted withont gas or air, 60 cents.
Best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. By oar new
method of making teeth, a misfit if Impossible.
All work guaranteed.
We make a specialty of extracting teeth with
ont pain.
Office Honrs from Ba. m., to 6 p.m. Sundays
from 10 a. m. to 12 m. Evenings, 7p.m. to 9
p. tn. aS-tf
AUCTION 8 A EES.
CATTLEMEN, ATTENTION-AUCTION SALE
of 200 high grade heifers and cows at Cl
euega Station, Saturday, September 14th. Train
9:30 from 8. P. depot. WEISENDANGER, 25
W. First at. an22-lm
TO EXVHANOE.
moHrfxcHA^^^
X stock. Other good property for alfalfa land.
KURTZ A LIST. 18 South Springst. aulS lm
A Kilts 11 EC I'M.
CH. BROWN, ARCHITECT, OFFICE, BRY
. son Bonebrake block, 3d floor, rooms 42
and 43. anl4 tf
CIHAB. W. DAVIB, ARCHITECT, BOOMS
) 3 and 4. Downey block. Los Angeles. au22tf
Notice to WiDemakpi ,<! and
Dealers.
Having determined to retire from the busi
ness of manufacturing wines, I hereby offer for
sale, at a great bargain
All my wine-making Apparatus
anil Cooperage,
Consisting of 200 puncheons, 10 large ferment
ing vats, a wine press and a crusher.
I also offer, at greatly rednoed prices, all my
PURE OLD WINKS,
Some of which are 5 years of age, consisting
of Reisling, Bergur, Elan Elben, Zlnfandel and
Mission. Apply to
W. H. WORKMAN,
au24 lm 157 Boyle Avenue, Los Angeles.
TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBEK 3. 1889.
SPECIALISTS.
AS. LANGLKY, electric physician,
.cor. Second and Los Angeles sta. Electrical
treatment, baths and massage. au3otf
MRS. DR. jT&L SMITH (FORMERLY MRS.
C. E. BOUROEY) Infirmary and Lying-tn
Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. Ladies cared for
during confinement. Mldwiferv a apeolalty.
au2B-4m
MHILt6n~WILLIAMB, M. »., M. O. P. 8.
•O. Specialist ln diseases of tho head,
threat and chef., including the eye, ear and
heart. Oxygen, compound oxygen, nitrogen,
monoxide, and other medicated inhalations,
used in all diseases of the respiratory organs.
Office, Hollenbeok Block, corner Hcoond and
Spring srreets, Los Angeles, Cal. Office honrs,
from 9 a m 'o 4 p. m
r'INANUIAL.
PACIFI t LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
in any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos
without removal, diamonds, jewelry, seal
skins, horses, carriages, libraries or any prop
erty of value; also on furniture, merchandise,
etc., in warehouse; partial payments received,
money withont delay; private offices for con
sultation. WILSON & DaGKOOT, Managers,
Rooms 14 and 15, No. 321., South Bpring st.
an 29 ti
MONEY TO LOAN—REASONABLE RATES.
W. R. BURKE, Notary Public, 55 North
Spring. au22 lm
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT.
ANDERSON A GRAY. 28 N, Spring. s2tl
<61 Cifi f\{lf\ T 0 LOAN-A. J. VIELE, 23
§>1 UU,UUU N Spring St. uu3otf
SlOO •••• • T °Bloo,ooo
To locn on Improved property. Los Angeles
aud San Diego Real Estate and Financial
Agepcy. J. C. FLOURNOY, secy, IN. Fort St.
TO LOAN—ANY AMOUNT FROM $10 VT,
on any kind of good security. Business
strictly confidential and no delays. BUCK &
CAMPBELL, No. 129!' 2 West First-st., up stairs.
an27tf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SMALL AMOUNTS ON
good security, Room 15 California dank
Building, anlltf
MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT. L.
SCHMIDT, No. 16 8. Spring St. a4tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGE? MOR
TIMER A HARRIS, attorneys-at-law, 78
Temple block. au22tf
siXC iTltWl ONE.
: Makes from 12 to 24 hours
: SANTA FE quicker time to Missouri river
ROUTE : and all Eastern points. Will
run personally couductedTour
-Ist Exonrsions every Thursday under the man
agement of Clarence A. Warner, formerly of
the Warner Bros. Excursion Agency.
For further information apply to any ticket
anent of the company, or to 8. P, HY'NES, Gen.
Pass. Agent, 29 N. Spring St., Los Angeles.
C. A. WARNER, Excursion Manager. s2tf
ENVER AND RIO GRANDE AND ROCK
Island route excursions leave Los Ange
les every Tuesday. This is the only Excur
sion Company furnishing Pullman tourist
sleeping cars, fully equipped. Los Angeles
to Chicago, Boston and New York, via Salt Lake
City, where a stop of several hours is made,
affording passengers an opportunity to visit
the Mormon Tabernacle, and other points of
interest. Call on or address, F. W. THOMP
SON, 110 N. Spring St. au3-tt
DENVER & RIG GRANDE AND BURLING"
ton route excursions via Salt Lake City and
Denver, leave Los Angeles every Monday and
Thursday, spending one day at Salt Lake City.
The Thursday party from Los Angeles spends
Sunday at Salt Lake City, and is the only
excursion giving passengers an opportunity of
attending the Mormon services iv the Taber
nacle. Pullman Tourist Sleeping Cars, ele
gantly equippod, Los Angeles to Chicago, etc
J. B. QUIGLHY, Agent Burlington Route. 112
North Spring street. an 3 If
PHILLIPS' EXCURSIONS ARE PERSolT
ally conducted in Pullman tourist cars
through to New York and Boston. Office, 44 N.
Spring st. au27 tf
WALTERS' SELECT EXCURSIONS, PER
sonally conducted in elegantly furnished
Pullman cars to Chicago and Boston without
change. L. M. WALTERS & CO., 19 N..Bpring
St. au2s
NION~ PACIFIC EXCURSIONS LEAVE
Los Angeles every Wednesday; thtough
Pullman tourist cars to Kansas City, Omaha,
Chicago, New York and Boston. Call or ad
dress JNO. CLARK, 51 N. Spring at. si tf
educational.
graphy taught by competent men at Long
ley Institute, 24 West. First street. THE Y'OST
TYPEWRITER AGENCY. sel-lm
THE OCCIDENTAL ACADEMY (FORMEfi
ly McPherron), 526 Grand aye., will open
Sspt. 10; reduced rates to day pupils and
boarders; thorough instruction: careful man
agement; prepares hoys and young men for
b tine ss or college. Address PROF. J. W.
PARK HILL. au3otf
HARVARD MILITARY ACADEMY, 6T-
polite P t P., opens Sept. 2d. aulO
ST. HILDA'S HALL, GLENDALE, A FULLY
equipped Boarding and Day School for
Girls, will open again on the 11th of Septem
ber. For circulars, apply at school, or No. 35
California Bank building, aulO tf
MISS MARSH'S SCHOOL, A BOARDING
and day school for young ladies and girls
at 1119 S. Hill St., will re-open Sept. 4,1889.
For catalogue and particulars apply at school.
s2tf
ST. VINCENT'S COLLEGE,
Orand Avenue.
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS
AND YOUNG MEN.
Course Classical and Commercial.
Spanish, French and German tanght without
extra charge.
Tho Fall Term will begin on September 2d.
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WOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
—AND—
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING
INSTITUTE,
159 Booth Spring Street, Los Angeles, Oal
SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING.
For particulars, nail at offioe or address.
s2O-ly F.fl. WOODBURY.'Principal.
COMMITTEE MEETING.
A meeting of the Anti-Sewer Bond Executive
Committeo is hereby called for WEDNESDAY,
the 4th instant, at 8 o'clock, at the Reading
Room of the United States Hotel, for the pur
pose of considering the qneßtion of submitting
to the City Council proposals for a definite plan
of city sewerage,
GEO. H. KNOX,
Chairman of the Executive Committee.
JOS. MESMER,
Chairman Campaign Committee.
Precinct Committeemen are requested to
return Great Registers and Supplements to Joe.
All siiier, at 60 and 62 N. Main street.
Lob Angeles, September 3rd.
se3 2t
Political Announcement.
C. R. PATTERSON,
Candidate for Bupervfaor, Fifth Bupervlsoral
District.
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COCKLE'S "
ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
The Great English Remedy.
IpOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION, ETC.
■ . P? ,Rom mercury; contains only pure
vegetable lugredients. Agents, LANGLEY A
MICHAELB, San Francisco. dAwklyly
A.T COST.
To close ont my stock I make a reduction
each Stove aud Oven of
&4.00.
F. X. BROWN,
■3U No. 44 Booth Spring street
AROUND THE CITY.
The Sunday Rest Convention
and Its Resolutions.
A WELL ATTENDED MEETING.
An Overdue Bent Bill—Knocked
Down and Bobbed—Other Inter
esting- Local News.
The convention on behalf of the San
day rest movement was held yesterday
in the Fort-atreet If. E. church. There
was a large attendance at all the sessions
and the proceedings were very interest
ing. The meeting was called to in
the morning by the State Secretary, and
Rev. W. J. Chichester led in prayer.
The day was given up to the discussion
of various topics. During the morning ses
sion Rev. R. G. Hotchins.E. S. Field and
Rev. H. W. Crabbe spoke on "Liberty
and Sabbath;" Rev. R. 8. Cantine,
Rev. Mr. Dinsmore and Rev. E,
R. Brainerd on "Sunday Best and
Workirjgnien"; Rev. W. H. Pendleton,
Rev. J. B. Jones and Rev. W. A.
Knighten on "Sunday and Saloons;"
Mrs. G. R, Ciove, Mrs. Mary Garbutt
on "The Sabbath and the Home;" and
E. Fay, Rev. F. B. Cherrington and Rev.
A. . Rider on "The Sabbath and the
Spiritual Life."
At the afternoon sessions the subjects
of discussion were: "The American
Sabbath," by Judge W. A. Cheney, J.
W. Cochran and Roy. H. W. Dußose;
"Sunday and Railroads," by Col. Hern
don, Dr. J. P. Widney and E. G. North
up; "Sunday Amusements," by Prof. J.
VI. McPherron and Rev. R.M.lrvine;
"The Sunday Paper," by Mrs. Ridges,
Rev. C. W. Heisler and Rev. J. W.
Phelps; "Rights of the American Citi
zens to a Rest Day," by Dr. W. Ormiston,
Rev. J. L. Russell and Miss Hathaway;
'Utility in the Organizational, State and
Local Sabbath Associations," by Dr.
W. F. Crafts and Rev. E, Thompson.
In the evening the church was crowded
again and the meeting was addressed by
Dr. W. F. Crafts and others on the sub
ject.
The Committee on Resolutions reported
the following:
First. That we heartily approve President
Harrison's proclamation against Sunday work
in our army and navy, and comniind the ex
ample of the national corporation, through Hb
chief officer, to the imitation of either corpora
tions and employers, that theirtemployees may
be protected in their natural rights to the
weekly Rest Day and their rights of con
science.
Second. That we cordially commend the
action already taken by Hon. John Wana
maker, our Postmaster-General in reducing
Sunday work In the postal service, and will
support him in further reforms in this di
rection.
Third. That we hall as a "report of progress"
the recent reductions of Sunday work by num
erous railroads, which together have emanci
pated many thousands from Sunday slavery
by taking off Sunday freights, Sunday excur
sions and Bunday newspaper trains, and we
ask these companies aud all railroad -owners
and officials to co-operate with those who are
petitioning Congress to remove the chief ob
stacle to the complete suspension of Suudav
trains by stopping all Sunday work, except of
necessity and mercy, in interstate commerce
and iv the postal servioe. .
Fourth. That weendorsethe petltiou to Con
gress for a law against Sunday work in the
mail and military servioe of the Government
and ln Interstate commerce, and in the District
of Colombia and the Territories with tho usual
exceptions of works of mercy and necessity,
and for those who religiously observe another
day of the week.
Fifth. That we loin the California Sabbath
Association in calling on all true Americans ln
this State, whether Americans by birth or by
adoption, to enter at once upon a vigorous
campaign with a view to securing from the
next Legislature a Sunday law, and thus to re
move from our State the shame of being the
only State In the civilized world, except
France, without a Sunday law.
Sixth. That we respectfully but earnestly
call upon our City Counciltopass an ordinance
for the Sunday closing of saloons, and so far as
the law allows, of other places of amusement,
trade aud labor also, with the usual exceptions
for works of real necessity and mercy and for
private work by those who observe another
day.
Seventh. That we invite our Roman Catho
lic fellow citizeus and other citlzeDs of Los
Anpeles who are not connected with this asso
ciation to join this sssoolatlon in constituting a
citizens' Committee on Sunday closing on such
a basis as may ba mutually agreed upon.
Eighth. That we express our gratelul appre
ciation of the eloquent addresses and the effi
cient organizing leadership of our brother,
Rev, Dr. Wilbur F. Crafts, Field Secretary of the
American Sabbath Union, also of the work of
our State Secretary, Rev. Edward Thomson,
D. D., in his admirable preparations for this
convention, and to the committees and officers
of the Y. M. C. A., who have so heartily co
operated with him. We would recognize our
indebtedness to the W. C. T. U. for their labors
abundant in behalf of our cause throughout
the State. We would also express our cordial
thanks to the Fort-street M. E. church for the
use of its building, and to the press for excel
lent reports of tho meeting.
A BENT BILL.
A l odger Who Decamped Without
Settling- His Debts.
A lady, who said she was the pro
prietress of the Occidental House, on the
corner of First and Geary streets, called
at the Police Station yesterday and com
plained to the Chief that a man by the
name of C. E. Chapham had swindled
her out of room rent. She stated that
Chapham went to the houee a week or so
ago and said that he wanted a room, but
tbat he was sick and had no money, and
had just arrived from Johnstown, Pa.,
where he had buried five of his family,
who were victims of the flood. The
landlady let him have a room as he said
he was expecting money from the East
and would be able to pay her as soon as
it arrived. He also secured board and
credit at a neighboring saloon on the
same promise. Shortly after he came
to the house he brought a Mexican wo
man, who claimed to be a professional
nurse, to take care of him. They had
not been together but a few days when
quarreling commenced, and ihe landlady
objected to the woman remaining any
longer, and offered to furnish a nurse
for Chapham. The woman left and ev
erything went all right until Saturday
morning last, when Chapham also disap
peared without taking the trouble to in
form his landlady or other creditors as
to where he was going. He owed $6.00
room rent, besides restaurant and saloon
bills, and was also indebted to the South
ern California Music Co., for rental on a
piano which he had in bis room. The
officers have a description of the man
and woman, and will keep a lookout for
them.
KNOCKED DOWN.
An Old m«n Robbed on New High
Street.
Henry Hartman, an old man, was
knocked down and robbed about 10
o'clock last Bight, near the corner of Al
pine and New High streets. Mr. Hart
man, who resides with his daughter, on
Montreal street, had been down town
making some purchases and was on his
way home at the hour named, when he
heard a quick step behind him and was
struck a number of blows on the
back of the head. When the first
blow was struck he managed to call for
help, and a number of people ran ont,
but not in time to catch the man who
assaulted him. The highwayman man
aged to secure a box of tobacco and
some change, amounting to about seven
ty-five cents, before he ran away. Offi
cer Stewart sent for the patrol wagon
and Mr. Hartman was taken to the sta
tion, where Dr. Morruon attended to his
wounds, which were three in number,
all of them ugly gashes, which appeared
to have been inflicted with the butt of a
pistol. Hartman was then taken home.
ADMISSION DAY
To be Appropriately Celebrated by
the N. S. C W.
The Native Sons of the Golden West
are making elaborate preparations for
the celebration of the thirty-ninth anni
versary of the admission of California as
a State. Turn Verein Hall has been se
cured and in the evening there will be
short addresses by Hon. Henry T.
Hazard, Hon. Stephen M. White, Col
onel James J. Ayers and R. F. Del Valle.
An excellent musical programme has
been arranged by J. H. Bremer, who
has secured some of the best talent in
the city. Tbe Native Daughters are at
present decorating the hall and the cele
bration promises to surpass any of those
of former years. The California pioneers
have been invited to participate as well
as a number of tbe leading citizens,
many of whom have already forwarded
their acceptance of the invitation.
Dancing will conclude the festivities.
"A Parlor match."
The part of "Old Hoss" in the hands
of Mr. Hoey is a representation of the
numerous and itinerant American tramp,
just sufficiently emphasized to make him
a central figure. He is a never-ending
source of fun, and when the audience is
convulsed with laughter the ridiculously
sober face of "Old Hoss" looks out at
them with an unmoved seriousness that
adds fuel to the flame. His make-ups
are triumphs, and his songs and inimit
able dances are in keeping with the part.
Evans has more ginger than his part
ner, and his part is more improbable,
but he is very funny, and possesses the
greatest pair of comedy legs in the busi
ness ; they twinkle. They do quite as
much acting as any other member of
the company. At any stage of the per*
formance Evans can give his intellect a
rest and his legs will entertain the
audience with half a chance. "The In
nocent Kidd" of Miss French is just as
good a part as either of the stars have
to handle. She is always bright and
busy without apparent effort, ana always
funny without being coarse. The com
pany are all good, and the play, since
its success of last season, has baen
changed considerably and materially
brightened.—[St. Louis Republic.
A Parlor Match will open at the Grand
tomorrow night and run the rest of the
week. *
Tuey Saw Their lather.
John and Abel Le Brun called at the
Police Station yesterday and told the
Chief that their mother refused to allow
them to see their father, who is lying at
the point of death at his residence on the
corner of Winston and Wall streets. The
young men, who are well known in this
city, said their mother was a member of
the Salvation Army and that she had the
members of that organization about tbe
house nearly all the time, and
they believed that it was by
their influence that she refused them
admission to the house. The Chief
paid he would do all ho could, and sent
Officer Sanchez with the young men.
The officer, after a short parley with
Mrs. Le Brun, got her to let the boys in
to see their father under condition that
he remain in the room during the inter
view, as she was afraid that her sons
might influence the sick man, who is
quite wealthy, to make a will in their
favor, but the young men say they have
no such intention, and only desire the
privilege of visiting their father.
Fresh From Russia.
George Weise, the man who waß ar
rested by Officer Vignes on Main street
on Sunday morning, was taken to the
County Jail yesterday and booked for
insanity. Weise had beon acting very
queerly on the streets and the police had
been instructed to look out for him.
While in the cell at the station he took
off his clothes and threw them around
the cell and only after much persuasion
could he be induced to put them on
again. A Mr. Citron, who stated that
Weise was his wife's cousin, called at the
station aud said that the man had been
here less than two weeks and for the past
few days had acted very strangely. He
left Mr. Citron's house a few days ago
and could not be persuaded to return.
Weise came here from Odessa, Russia,
and speaks very little English.
They Will Prosecute.
It is stated that Mies A. H. Rosen burg
and Miss May Walsh have made up their
minds to prosecute the men who insisted
on occupying their room with them on
Sunday night. It appears, however.lhat
the man who escaped is not J. Brown,
the conductor who runs between Los
Angeles and San Diego. He was not in
the city when the forcible entrance into
the room was made, and only returned
from his trip yesterday. The young
lad ies changed their boarding place early I
yesterday morning and when the case
against McGinnis was called they were
not to be found. They appeared later in
the day at the Police Station, and the
case was continued until 3 o'clock this
afternoon.
Burclara at Work,
The residence of Paul Wack on Will
hardt street, next to the Hillside winery,
was entered early Sunday morning by
burglars, who broke open a desk in
which a large sum of money is usually
kept, bat which, on this occasion, was
empty, Mr. Wack having had occasion
to nse considerable money on Saturday.
There was a large amount of valuable
silverware in the house, but the robbers
paid no attention to it, evidently being
after cash. Mr. Wack reported the
affair to Chief Glaas yesterday morning,
and Detective Auble was given the case
to work up.
FIVE CENTS.
EDUCATIONAL.
Tlie Board Holds its Eegalar
Meeting.
PLANS FOR NEW BUILDINGS.
Communications Received — School
Rooms Offered in Various Places
About Town.
The Board of Education met last eve
ning, President Pomeroy in the chair,
and a full board present. On motion,
Mr. Baker, Assistant Superintendent of
City Schools, was elected to serve as Sec
retary in the absence of Mr. Cox.
A communication from H. 0. Wiley,
offering to rent tbe store rooms Nos. 417
to 419 S. Fort street for school purposes,
at a reasonable rate, was presented and
read. Mr. B. H. McGinley offered the
rooms at Georgia street for rent.
Both communications were referred to
the Building Committee. Mr. John W.
Ellis offered some tables at a low price,
and the matter was referred to the Sup
ply Committee.
Mr. Powers said he had a talk with
Mr. Ellis about the desks which he had
at his college, and thought he wanted
immediate action taken in regard to the
purchase of them.
The room at number 62 Amelia street
was offered for rent by Mr. Ducommon.
Mr. Whaling read a communication from
Mr. O'Donnell, offering his building on
Aliso street for school use, and recom
mended that his room be accepted by
the board. Referred to the Committee
on Buildings.
Applications from G. W. McCabe and
R. H. Flynn, for positions as janitors,
were read and referred to the proper
committee.
Mr. Mcintosh said there was no report
from the Committee on Buildings and
Bites. Mr. Whaling thought the Com
mittee on Schools should be requested to
make a report in regard to the rental of
buildings and schools, so that the board
would know about the rental of school
rooms.
The Committee on Furniture and Sup
plies reported progress.
Mr. Ellis, on behalf of the Committee
on Teachers, reported the resignation of
Miss Mary S. Moody, of the Tenth-street
school, on account of ill health, and
recommended that the resignation be
accepted and regrets sent to Miss Moody.
The committee recommend the appoint
ment of Miss Maggie Desmond as a reg
ular and Misses Lena S. Reed and Emily
R. Reynolds as substitute teachers. On
motion the report was adopted.
The Committee on Janitors reported a
number of applications and recom
mended the election of Mr. Armstrong
as janitor of the Brooklyn-street school,
aud aaked for further time in which to
decide the matter of appointing a janitor
of the Spring-street school. Adopted.
On behalf of the Classification Com
mittee Mr. Woodbury reported in favor
of and recommended the adoption of Mrs.
Bradfield's system of drawing, and that
her books be procured in place of the
ones now in use. Mr. Whaling objected
to the adoption of a system of which the
board knew nothing, in the place of a
system which had been used for the past
three years. The report was adopted as
read, and the system chosen.
Mr. Whaling read a resolution in
which he recommended that the board
secure a regular cler*K, and take the work
out of the hands of the board. The res
olution was laid oyer until the next
meeting.
Under the head of new business Gov.
Gosper brought up the bond question,
and moved that a special committee of
three be appointed to take into consid
eration the matter of disposing
of the bonds, and to confer
with the Council on the mat
ter. The motion was carried,
and Mr. Gosper moved that President
Pomeroy be added to the committee. An
amendment was offered and carried that
the President act as President ex-officio
of the committee. The motion carried
and President Pomeroy appointed
Messrs. Gosper, Ellis and Mcintosh as
such committee.
Mr. Powers moved that the clerk of
the board advertise for bids for desks
and school furniture. Carried.
Mr. Woodbury moved that the clerk
be instructed to advertise for proposals
for supplying coal for the ensuing year.
Carried.
The clerk then read the following bids
for the retaining wall of the Temple
street school: Bly the Bros., $800; John
Frohlinger, $800; J. B. Frick, $848 50;
Andrew Young, 662.50; Camp & Caril
lon, $675; Robert Berrill $650; Alfred
Joee, $630; H. Roster, $500.
Mr. Powers moved that the lowest bid
be accepted, and tbe work ordered done;
provided, the bidder file a proper bond,
and do the work in accordance with the
plans and specifications furnished by the
architect.
Mr. Whaling objected to the expendi
ture of any money for the building of a
wall when there was so much needed to
pay the necessary expenses of schooling
the children. A vote on the matter was
taken, which resulted in favor of build
ing the wall. Mr. Whaling was re
minded that there was a balance of
$34,845.33 on hand.
Tbe Finance Committee reported a
number of demands, which were ordered
paid.
The board then adjourned.
An Unpaid Bill.
R. H. Brown, a colored man, who ia
known to nearly every resident of this
city as a handbill distributor, was ar
rested yesterday and taken to the County
Jail. Brown has been possessed with
the idea that the county was indebted to
him for a large sum, and for a long time
has bothered the Board of Su
pervisors by presenting bills. Yes
terday he turned up while the board
was in session loaded down with a
large number of cards bearing the names
of a firm of shoe dealers. He handed
these cards around and announced
tbat his name appeared on them,
and wound up by presenting his
bill. He interfered with the work of the
board, and was so persistent in pre
senting hie demand, which he wanted
paid immediately, that it was found
necessary to place him under arrest.
Deputy Sheriff Hammell took him in
charge and booked him at tho jail on the
charge of insanity.

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