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CHILDREN'S DAY IN CHURCHES.
Interesting Services Yeaterday
Throughout the City.
Beautiful Decorations and Special
Sermons for the Little Ones.
Kcr. Dr. Clark Deserlbes the San Fran
cisco Bplecopallan Debate Orer
the Assistant Bishop
Tho services in a large number of the
churches yesterday were devoted to the
children. It was the event known as
children's day, which is annually cele
brated at tbia time.
The sermons were so worded as to en
able the small children to grasp the
various ideas and were also interspersed
with various little Btories pleasant to
the juvenile heart. The children also
took part in the exercises, either by
singing hymns or reciting selections.
The churohes were all neatly dec
orated, some with flowerß and some
with flags. In the Methodist churchß
the day was entitled Columbian day and
the talks were in part upon the event
r\nd its significance.
This church was crowded to the doors
yeßterday morning, the event being the
exercises for the children.
The room was tastefully decorated and
looked unusually pretty. The front of
the platform was banked with peppers
and white flowers. On either side of the
pastor's seat were large jars containing
ascension lillies and pink hollyhocks,
while behind him was a basket of deli
cate pink roses resting upon an easel.
The choir railing was also lined with
The most prominent part of the deco
rations was a large arch representing a
rainbow and placed over the choir. It
was emblematic of the rainbow of prom
The front of the balcony was hidden
with peppers and geraniums, while in
the window sills were banked various
colored flowers resting in the dark green
of pepper leaves.
Geranium branches were also en
twined around the pillars.
The children sang a number of selec
tions from a hymn book, especially ar
ranged for the occasion.
Recitations were also given. A pretty
part of the exercises was a recitation by
seven little tots, each one dressed in one
of the prismatic colors.
Rev. Bert Estees Howard delivered an
object talks, illustrating by means of a
few well-known laws of science, certain
parte of the Bible. He first took a mag
net, some tacks and a rusty nail. Tbe
magnet easily attracted the tacks but
failed to exert any force over tbe nail.
The magnet he said represented Chris
tianity. The tacks were little children,
whom it was easy to bring to God, but
the rusty nail waß the person grown old
and toughened and over whom Christi
anity had lost its influence, and who did
not respond to its attraction.
He then scraped the rust from the
nail, which was immediately drawn by
the magnet. This represented he said
how necessary it was to get the tough
• ' i nway from the person before he
could be influenced by what was good.
Mr. Howard then held up a glass of
water. Thiß represented the young
in heart that was pare. Many per
-18 said: "Well, let the yonng peop'e
go along and sow their wild oats; they
atiU set over it and come out all right."
Phis wae wrong the speaker said.
king a black solution he let one
drop (all into a glass and the clear
water was immediately discolored. More
of the solution was dropped in, until the
water was almost black. This he said
was the heart after the many sinful acts ;
had been committed. A clear solution'
was next'produced. It represented the
Christ life. It wae poured into the glass
of discolored water, which immediately
became clear again, showing the influ
ence that the belief in Christ has in onr
A number of different-colored candles
were produced and lighted. The red
candle stood for tbe Indian, the black
for the negro, tbe yellow for the China
man and the white for the Caucasian.
Tbe lights of each burnt equally bright.
Thie went to show tbat, no matter to
what race you might belong, yon could
let your light co shine for God.
Borne excellent music was rendered
by the male quartette, consisting of
MeSsrs. Howard, Morrison, Combs and
Children's day was also appropriately
celebrated here. The chnrch waß richly
decorated with flowers and various
At the conclusion of Sunday school in
the morning the children all formed and
■narrtied into the main body of the
church. They presented a delightful
and refreshing picture, with their hright <
smiling faces, each one beaming with
expectency and interest. Aftes -eVesy
body had been eeated the Sunday-school
superintendent, Dr. McClung, delivered
the opening prayer. This was followed
by a song by the children. The pastor,
Key, Dr. Chichester, then read tbe les
ion of the day.
The, primary clasa next gave some ex
Dr. Chichester then delivered a talk
to the children. His text was taken
Ironi a part of the eighth verse of tbe
seventh chapter of Hosea —Ephriam, in
a cake not turned. Dr. Chichester de
livered an instructive and thoroughly
simple address to his juvenile hearers,
interspersing it with numerous pleasant
stories that greatly pleased the children
and frequently caused tbem to laugh.
He told of the manner of baking the
cake in Samaria. It waß placed upon a
Hat stone which was heated and in thie
manner cooked the bread. Sometimes,
however, the people neglected to turn
the cake until it was burned on one side
while the other was still nothing but
dough and it was useless. This, be said,
was like some people. Many did not
read a bible and study to be good, but
attended to other things and co were like
an unturned cake. He believed in
pleasure but still the biblo Bhould not
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did nothing but stndv and neglected to
develop their physical parts. This, too,
was wrong, for whenever one thing was
cultivated too much others were forgot
ten and the persona were notao well bal
anced as if every part had been attended
Other services were held throughout
the city, principally in the Presbyterian
and Methodist churches.
DR. CLARK PREACHES.
Eloquent Description or the Ban Fran
Christ Church, Episcopal, had a large
congregation yesterday. The double
quartette showed unmistakable advance
in musical excellence. Under the lea
dership of Dr. Semler, this choir is
rapidly coming to the front, the selec
tions being of a high order, largely of
the classical and also of tbe Anglican
type. The people are beginning to
realize the good music offered in connec
tion with the service, and the result is
seen in the increased attendance.
The rector wae in hie accustomed
place, after hie trip to San Francisco,
and showed the impulse and the spirit
developed by master minds in the de
bates of the Episcopal convention.
While there Rev. Mr. Clark had press
ing invitations, not only from San Jose,
Berkeley, St. John's, San Francisco, but
also from the rector and three prominent
vestrymen of Trinity church, San Fran
cisco, to preach.
The general subject of the rector's ser
mon yesterday was "tbe tone and temper
of the late Episcopal convention in San
Francisco." His text was the first verse
of the 133 d Psalm: "Behold, how good
and joyful a thing it is, brethren, to
dwell together in unity."
He began by showing the desirable
ness of unity in all departments oi life,
in government, society, home and
church. As opposed to anarchy, dis
order, oonfusion, chaos, it was to be
striven for and maintained by utmost
endeavors and by great sacrifices, short
of the truth itself. Unity is necessary
for stability, security, happiness and
progression in life. A point ot contact,
a rallying center, a center of gravita
tion, these are what unity stands for, in
the body social, political and religious.
What then is the nature of unity and
where is it to be found ? It is not al way s
agreement of thought. Men equally
patriotic will divide on question! of
finance and immigration. Men equally
sincere in the search for truth will
oppose each, other in the realms of
metaphysics and philosophy and soci
ology. , Men With the grandest motives
and noblest endeavors are in contend
ing ranks on the highest and grandest
problems of life, here and hereafter.
Holding essentials, accepting funda
mental facts, unity is found in the
source of the affections. More love,
more nnity, ie an axiomatic truth.
Tbe trne Catholic church is the proof
that after definitions have been made
in conciliar gatherings, breadth, liberal
ity and catholicity of thought is toler
ated and even cultivated. Cohesion,
amalgamation, unity, is to be found in
the love of Christ and man, and in His
body, the church. Theories of -inspira
tion, atonement and miracles belong to
the realm of the intellectualities. ,
Opposing schools of religious thought
do not find thetr unity in their brain
speculations, but in the brotherhood of
the organic body of Christ, which makes
love the dominating and controlling fac
tor in the life. Unity is to be sought
and found in the affections by the One
Spirit of God, for love in all of its mani
festations and ramifications is, at its
best and noblest, essentially one, and
therefore the originator aud maintainor
of unity in church and state, in home
and society. Love the brotherhood;
love one another. This law of love, if
followed, would have prevented a di
vided Christendom; while the cultiva
tion of this Belf-eame spirit of love
would tend to the re-uniting of the scat
tered forces and members of the king
dom of Christ. i
Alter thia brief largely in the
nature of an introduction, the preacher
spoke substantially as follows:
"Such thoughts as these, my brethren,
lead up to and find exemplification in
what I choose to call the tone and tem
per of the last church convention held
in San Francisco. The prayer offered by
the bishop and assented to by the dele
gates that God, tbe Holy Spirit, would
rule and direct all hearts, was answered
by such an exhibition of a fraternal
spirit and a Christ-like manner of pro
cedure as to demonstrate that in teach
ing the teachers had not forgotten
their own lessons and were visable
S roofs of the unity of the spirit in tbe
ond of peace. The one question, that
of an assistant bishop, proposed by the
beloved bishop of the diocese was, as hs
himself phrased it, "a burning question,
and as he also declared, one by which
we were not consumed. Feeling strong
ly, thinking strongly and speaking
strongly, ami in such a chnrch as ours,
ranging men on the side of their own
convictions, it was not surprising that
the commftte* having the natter in
etiarce, should have delayed reporting,
long after the set time for this order of
the day, nor that having made bOth
majority and minority reports, tbe con
vention composed of churchmen of abil
ity.* <"'erir; ahd laric should have debated
the matter pro and con, in all its bear "
ings With consummate tact and master
ful power. Every point made in a
speech,■Vthetefv-jr tlie ppaaker stood, was
heartily accorded the need of praise, not
only by the adherents of that side, bnt
by the opposition as. well. Not once did
a single person lose his head, show any
temper nor manifest undue excitement.
When rulings on points of order were
called for the chair responded to every
emergency, and npt once was an appeal
made to the body of the house. It was
felt that every man was entitled to his
own opinion, should express his honest
conviction and should vote as hie con
science and judgment dictated.
The bishop declared subsequently
tbat the debate was tbe grandest he
ever listened to in any diocesan conven
tion. Judging from the personnel of
the body, and the different standpoints
occupied by the various speakers, it was
an occasion to call forth the best powers'
of tbe d«bators, and to demonstrate,
were it necessary, that this chnrch,
granting freedom to all to make up their'
own minds, knows how to conserve the
integrity of tbe body and the Christian
A Wonderful Engine.
Cahsot 1.-: Suae ass kd. —.An engine exerting
surpassing power is always a source of wonder,
«nd yet how many are entirely forgetful of the
BOtiftfeOa:* a Uhin themselves of an engine more
powerful and enduring than any ever invented.
Not perhaps until they experlenoe irregular
pulse, heart flattering, tenderneis In shoulder
and arm, swollen ankles asthmatic breathing,
weak and hungry spells, smothering, short
breath, or paia in si >c, when its existence is
no longer lo be denied, as the possessor must
know he has heart disease. Mra. De Bar, Fitch
burg, Mich., had heart disease 15 years; had to
hlreh'.'.uso heip: lived on liquid food, ased Dr.
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1893.
spirit which should animate the mem
bers of the kingdom. By no act of the
delegates, nor the presiding officer, was
the slightest harm done to the cause of
true religion, but rather was it mani
fested that *no difference of opinion
could make us forget what we owed by
the law of love to the Almighty, whom
we worship and love, and to the brethren
whom we honor and esteem. The de
bate was by no means a tame affair.
There were strong men ranged on this
one question against each other. We
were in Onr Father's house and of the
same household of faith. Not for one
moment did a single person, either by
word or deed, forget the courtesy due to
a brother or take nndne advantage of
any line of argument advanced.
To understand the main question in
all of itß bearings, to get the different
views of those who' favored and those
who opposed, to reach a fair and just
conclusion, these were the principles
which seemed to govern the speeches of
the delegates. From thiß amicable dis
cussion, alone npon tbe merit of the de
bates, there can come nothing bnt good
to the church. From this protracted
struggle, alone upon tbe gracions spirit
displayed, there can come nothing but a
highest realization of our blessings.
From this contact of mind with mind,
alone upon the strength of the brother
hood manifested, there can come noth
ing but a mightier impulse to do the
work tbe Lord Jesus has given us to do.
The greatest manifestation of the unity
of the spirit in the bond of peace was in
.the way in which the result was receiv
ed and accepted. For a time it seemed
doubtful aa to what the decision was to
be. When the vote was recorded it
seemed for a while as if tbe question
had been decided affirmatively. But
when the final result was delivered by
the chair there was not the slightest
demonstration of success when the op
ponents of ths measure had practically
carried their point. No one gave a
higher exhibition of the best spirit and
temper than onr own bishop, who
yielded with a grace which did him
honor, and whose eloquent works re
flected credit upon his character. Surely
tbe diocese of California is favored in bo
trne and honest and sincere a bishop—
one possessed of the divine spirit and
displaying the likeness of the Master —
who is able to hold his own in any legis
lative body of the church, arfd yet acts
np to his beliel that the Lord guides
and governs Hie own body, the church. It
is not, therefore, a question of victory,
nor of gloating over a success achieved,
but it is supremely and emphatically a
spirit of rejoicing that in the arena of
debate within this church we can match
argument with argument, thought with
thought, speech with speech, and yetin
the very strength of striving for the
mastery, realize tbe governing power of
the Holy Spirit and His influence in the
Fresh from tbe convention in which it
was your rector's privilege to represent
the views of the vestry of this chnrch,
which were also my own, in debate upon
the floor, and helping also to shape the
majority report which followed closely
upon the lines indicated by the resolu
tions of this vestry I was commissioned
to present, I wish to bear my testimony
here, not only upon my personal verac
ity, but upon my orders likewise, thus
by a double witness making it all the
stronger, that the convention of tbe
Episcopal church, held week before last
ir Trinity church,-. San Francisco, was in
its tone and temper, in its spirit and
action, representative of tbe beet type of
Christianity which ever graced tbia
world of ours, commending itself to all
who wonld wish to feel the joy of breth
ren dwelling together in unity, and a fit
model, were one needed, for any relig
ious assembly to copy or imitate in every
respect, especially in tbe strength of ar
guments advanced, and the spirit of
brotherly kindness, which was visibly
Programme of the Kxerclses to Hegln
The commencement exercises of the
University of Southern California, Col
lege of Liberal Arts, will begin June
18th and continue until June 23d. The
programme arranged is as follows:
BCHDAY, JOBS 18TH.
9:30 a. m , Students' Annual Lore Feast—Ar
11:00 a. m , Bsccalanreate Sermon, President
J. P. Widney—College chapal.
7:45 p. m., Annual Sermon, J. W. Campbell
D. D.—First M K. Church. Los Angeles.
HONDAT, JUKI 19TH.
7:45 p. m., Anniversary of the Aristotelian
Literary society—College chapel.
TUBSDAY, .IONS 20TIT.
10:00 a. m., Annual Meeting of the Board of
Reg. nts—l27 W. First street, Los Angelea
2:30 p. m„ Class Day.
7:45 p.m., Annual oonoert, College of Ma-
WBDNISDAY, juira 21st.
7:45 p. m., Lecture before the Athena Liter
ary society, by Rev. Q. W. White, A. M. —Col-
THURSDAY, .TtTNI 22n
10:00 a, m„ Commencement—College chapel.
8:00 p. m., Dean's Reception.
FRIDAY, JUKI 230.
8:00 p. m„ Reception by President Widney.
THE CATTLE STAMPEDED.
Damage Done la Fast Los Angelea Last
A large amount of damage was done
laat Thursday night in East Los Angeles
by a band of 160 cattle that were being
driven through that section of the city
in violation of the city ordinance. At
the corner of Chestnut and Mozart
streets the cattle stampeded. They
burst into Jos. .steamer's yard and alao
tbat of Q. W. Gregory and almost
wrecked them, the fences, plants and
shrubbery looking as if a cyclone had
struck them after tbe cattle had passed
along. In Mr, Mesmer's yard four
eucalyptus trees even were almost de
stroyed. Other persons in the vicinity
also suffered from the rush of the
frightened animals. The law only
allows 50 cattle to be driven in a band
within the city limits and then $26 must
be deposited beforehand. It is under
stood that the owner of the 150 head
had no permit.
Miss Anita Laaaarevich, one of Los
Angeles' prettiest and most charming
daughters, left iaet week for Montreal,
Canada, where she will complete her
education. En route she will visit
friends in Oakland, Cal.. and will also
view the world's fair at Chicago. She
will return home in several months.
It waa rumored last evening that there
may be additional arrests of Chinese by
United States marshals today.
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IT WAS A GALA OCCASION.
HOW EVANS AND SONTAO WERE
SURROUNDED AT VIBALTA.
An Eye-Wltness Describes the Remark
able Scene In a Pletnresqne Man
nar—Will Smith and
A gentleman of this city, says the
Fresno Expositor, has returned from
Visalia and gives an account of the
great'event of the week there, which he
witnessed. It waa tbe turnout to catch
Evans and Sontag; and according to hia
-story, the affair deserves to go down in
to history along with
"The Noble Duke of York
Who had ten thousand men,
He ma-cbed them np the hill one day.
Then marcned them down again;
And when they were up, they were np, up up,
And when they were down they were down,
Aud when they were only half way up
They were neither up nor down."
Sheriff Kay tried to keep it secret that
he was going out to surround Evans and
Sontag in Evans' house, but the news
got out, and here came the wbole town.
Men in buggies, men on horseback, on
foot, on bicycles; boys in drbvee, run
ning and yelling; women too, led by
curiosity. Some could not leave their
babes, co they put the little codgers in
their baby carriages and took them
along to see Evans and Sontag fight all
It was compared to the crowd that
turns out to see a balloon ascension.
Boys climbed fences and some shinned
np tbe telegraph poles and sat perched
on the cross pieces like larks, waiting
for the fight to begin. There were peo
ple, everywhere. The roads and lanes
were full of people, buggies blocked
every avenue, and everybody was wait
ing in breathless suspense for the sharp
bang of the Winchesters.
Meanwhile Detective Will Smith was
crouched behind a cottonwood tree like
one of General Kelly's Ninety Days Put
ting Down the Rebellion, as he is pic
tured in Hopkins' comic history of the
While be was thus engaged, peeping
out first on one side and then on the
other, to ccc if Evans and Sontag were
coming. Miss Eva Evans came down
from the bouse to where he was. He
saw her, and asked:
"Ie Chris up at the house?"
"Well, realty, I don't know; you had
better go Up and ccc," was her answer.
Detective Smith shook his head and
"Oh, no, couldn't do tbat," said he;
while a roar of laughter ran along the
line of boys perched on all the fences.
Evans and Sontag were not in the
house, and it is now thought they had
not been there. But if they bad, and
shooting had begun, there would have
been many a man, woman and child
struck by stray bullets, not from the
bandits' guns alone, but from the guns
of the DtJese. For the people were en
tirely around the houee, and a bullet
could hardly have failed to hit somebody
unless fired straight up in the air, or
down straight, into the ground.
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F.ATK HAPPENINGS IN NATIONAL
The Angel* to Return Today, snd to
Play a Series With Oakland Com
mencing* Wednesday After*
Front the number of inquiries that are
made every evening at the Hkhald
office as to the outcome of- the games
north, while the Angels are away on
their three weeks trip, it would seem
that the interest in tbe national game,
from a local standpoint, is -unabated.
Tbe excellent record made by tbe An
gels this trip has stimulated the esprit
de corps that was already tolerably
strong. It was rather a curious happen
ing that the Los Angeles team, going
north a few points below first place,
should be advanced to first place with
out striking a blow. Forfeited games a
couple of times resulted in their favor
by both advancing their percentage and
reducing the then leaders; so that dur
ing the laat week of May they were up
at the top, where they bave remained
and in which position they will return
to Los Angeles.
But how the horrieon has changed in
these past three weeks! The only col
onel of the Oalifornia league hae sunk
out of sight, probably forever, and the
perpetual and unterrifiable claimant of
everything in sight has ceased to be in
a position where he can claim any more
championships or "half seasons" on
it wan odd that both should have been
stranded on the game reef. Hope de
ferred maketh the heart sick, and a pay
day too long postponed generated a kick.
Col. Tardy Pay Robinson ran against
juat that snag. Duke Finn's men did
not quit him on quite such a technical
ity, but the transfer to the new Btock
ton management was based upon the
idea that Mr. Moore should pay the
playera all their back salaries after they
had each been fined $100. Doesn't that
Well, let it go at that. The change
haa oeen made and no one appears to
be particularly aorry.
Speaking about Finn, there is a funny
paragraph in Saturday's Chronicle that
will bear repetition in full: Blockers
Hanley is now manager of the Petaluma
team. The other day Mike Finn ap
plied for a job of pitching; but Blockers
told his old employer he was afraid to
trust him. "Yon might want to get up
in the night and eat clam chowder,"
said Hanley, "and you know that kind
of conduct will not do in my team. I've
had that same trouble with you before,
and you must look elsewhere for a job."
MeNabb is up to date the moat suc
cessful of tbe new pitchers in the big
league. He reminds Baltimoreans of
their old favorite, Bob Einslie.
There le a big demand in all tbe
leagues for pitching talent. The old
stagers are giving out and all the man
that of all Baking Powders
IS TKE BEST,
agers bave a thirst on for pitchers. Sev
eral of them hope to recruit from the
college nines as soon as the college sea
ts' a is over.
One night last week while the Angels
were occupying a box at Stockwell's, a
pungent odor of drugs that filled tho
whole theater floated out of the box.
Glenalvin investigated and found Pete
Lohman contentedly soaking one oi his
lame fingers in a bottle of strong lini
ment. He chased tbe catcher out of tbe
box, but the livery stable odor lingered
long after he had gone.
The Angels returned this evening, and
on Wednesday afternoon will engage the
Strikers. By a peculiarity of tbe sched
ule of 1893 there are a number of Bnch
double-out plays, for it will be noted
that the Angels and Oaklands have been
playing together tbe past week.
The Young Cievelands and the Young
Angels crossed bats yesterday at the
Temple street grounds. The game was
won by the Young Cievelands by a score
of 22 to 21. The battery for the winners
was Ariver and H. Mangarajiua; Young
Augels, Prager and Norton.
The Los Angeles Grays defeated the
Young Los Angeles club by a score of 14
to 5. The batting of the Grays won
them the victory.
Are Ton Thinking
What yon ought to take with you when
you go to the world's fair? Your' outfit
will not be complete without a boti
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. The change of water and
diet, fatigue and irregular habits during
your trip are almost certain to produce
diarrhoea, and a dose or two of this rem
edy may save you serious sickness and
perhaps much expense. Procure it be
fore leaving home. 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by G. F. Heinzeman, 222
Wm. F. Brown, Jeweler,
353 South Spring St., 4 doors north of Fourth.
Our Home Brew.
Maler A Zobrdeln's lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery. 444 Aliso street. Tele
Visiting Cards F.ngrared
At Langstadter's, 214 West Second. Tel. 702.
New and Stylish.
New and stylish ml!liaory has been reduced
to the lowest prices at Mrs. C. Poach* r, 235 S.
Dodgers, books and window cards distrib
uted. Campbell Bill Posting company, 119.
East Second street.
Wall Paper at Cost.
Closing out sale— Eckstrom & bssrturg, 307
and 309 Sonth Main street.
b absolutely necessary m order to have perfect
health. Hood's Sarsaparilia Is the great bloc/
pander, quickly conquering scrofula, salt rheum
and all other insidious enemies which attack tlr
blood and nndermtne the health. It also build*,
wp tho whole system, cores dyspepsia and slot?
headache, and overcomes that tired feeling.
"My adopted boy, aged 14 yean, suffered terri
bly from scrotals sores on his leg, which spread
till they at one time formed one great sore from
the calf of his leg up to his thigh, partially cov
ered with scab, and discharging matter contin
ually. The muscles became contracted so that his
leg waa drawn np and he could hardly walk. We
Cried everything we ooald hear of, without suo
eess, until we began giving him Hood's Sar
saparilia. In hut a month, after be had takes
two-thirds of a bottle, tbe sons entirely headed,
his leg la perfectly straight, and be
Oan Walk aa Well aa Brer.
Hood's Sarsaparilia la the best medicine I ever
saw for scrofulous humor. It has done Its work
more than satisfactorily." William Sans una,
Rockdale, Milam County, Texas.
Bold by druggists, tl; six for $5. Prepared only
by 0. L HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Maaa
100 Doses One Dollar
A Great Bargain.
The Oettrell press and folder on which the
Hbbai.d was formerly worked off isofterod for
sale at a groat bargain. Practically as good as
new. Also a vertical engine.
AVERS & LYNCH,
This la an unexampled bargain for cash.
FRED A. COOPER, Manager.
ONE WEEK, COMMENCING JUNK 12,
Every Night, including Sunday night and Sit
nrday Matinee at 2 p. m.
A GREAT MODERN COMEDY,
AN ACTOR'S ROMANCE
The Old Favorites in the Cast and Assisted
PRICES—IOc, 200, 30o; box seats, 500.
MONDAY, JUNE 19th,
AMONG THE I'IN ICS.
Take electric cars.
JUNE 14th, loOth, 17th, 181
Admission 50c, Ladies 2:sc— Sundays and Hol
Ladies' day, Friday.
Ouse caLed Saturdays 3 p.m.; other days.
115K Booth Spring Street.
C. E. PENNELL aw> J. B. DUKE
Desire to announce to the public
that they hare opened the
Old Turf Exchange,
AT lity* S. SPRING sr.
The great racing events at Morris Park
will be noted. All admirers o[ horse flesh aud
the public in general are respectfully Invited
toattend. Good odds will be given on all tho
events, and a full description given on every
race. 5-30 5m
KW VIENNA BCFFKT. '
Court st„ bet. Spring & Main st t,
F. KERKOW, PROPRIETOR,
Free Refined Entertainment)
EVERY EVENING, Irom 7:30 unttl 12, and
Saturday Matincs from 1 to A p.m.
First Appearance in Los Angelea ot the young*
and talented song and dance artiste,
MISS NELLIE HOWARD,
And special engagement of
MISS LIZZIE HASTINGS,
Burlesque and Comedy Artiste, and
MISS EMELINE TENSFELDT,
Swedish, English and German Vocalist,
BERTH FAMILY ORCHESTRA,
Miss MARGUERITE BERTH, Directress,
jCfsT- Admission free.
fine commercial lunch dally. Meals ala
carte at all noun. 3-24 1 yr
Corner First and Spring streets
(Family and ladies' entrance on First at)
VENETIAN LADIES' TROUBADOURS
Will tender a concert everyday from 12 to
1:30 p.m. (during lnuch hour): alsoa
: GRAND CONCERT EVERY EVENING •
From 7:30 p.m. to 12 m.
Only a tew weeks moro of these celebrated
The best commercial lunch in the city from
11 a.m. ii 11 2 p.m., and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A la carte from 0 p.m. to 12 m. 5-18 tt
Wednesday. Jane ilth, at 10 A. i,
MATLOCK & REED,
Will sell at Salesroom, Nos. 426 and 428.8onttt
Spring street, 2 Cheral Bedroom Salts in Oak, .
2 Square Bevel Glass Bedroom Snits in Ash, 1 '
very fine Piano Lamp, cost new S*7S: 3 Ladies'
Writing Desks, I tine 5 piece i-arlor Suit, 1
0-piece Parlor Suit, good as new: 5 Katun
Honkers, 3 Bed Lounges, beautiful Hall Racks.
5 Turkish Rugs, 3 Folding Beds; also Tables,*!
Stands, Chairs, Chiffoniers; alao 1 Dinner Set!
and other furniture not mentioned in this list.
MM positive. 1
MATLOCK & REED,.
M SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
Prices tbat Defy all Competition
>I have Just purchased 1000 full pieces
of tho Best English
DIAGONALS, CHEVIOTS & SERGES
Serges will be mostly worn this aev
iou. I offer Garments Made to Order
at an additional reduction to my form
er Low Price*. Don't fail to ueo my
display of Elegant Styles.
i Joe Poheim, Tdb Taller
\ 143 SOUTH SPRING- ST.
A LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Branch of San FrancJsoo.
___Ot__K Rooms 22, 24 A 25, jsjjsjssbssb-.
<3SSR Schumacher hlk,
107 N. Spri«s St, Us I'lL .
A SET OF TEETH, $5.
All operations painless to adegree that cannot
fall to satisfy. All work warranted. Consulta
tion ami examination free. OSsce hours: Sa.aa.
to 5 p.m. sjpen evenings from ? till 10 o clock.