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IJEAITY A HOMF.SEF.KERB' AND INVSBT
IV oi-s'Journal. Reports of evorthtng relat
ing to land prOW lifly towns In Sontherii Cali
fornia. No boom articles, bill a cons'rviulvi,
honest record of progress, l.os Angeles otlli c,
13(1 South Broadway. Send tf2 for a year's
subscription and begin yvlth volume out in
July. This Is the only publication oi lis char
acter. Persons Interested In land cannot afford
to be without it. Address correspondence to
Edgar F. Howe, Redlands, Cal. (1-1 3tt
"t|TfTIT)S _ a 1s t GEI.ES Clf T*l\'A : l KB
li oompany will strictly enforce the follow
ing rule : The hours for sprinklingare between
II and M o'clock a.m ami ii and - o'clock p.m.
For a violation of the above regulation (he
•rater will be shut off and a line o.' " ill be
charged nefore the water will be ll'rneo on
/COLUMBIA BAR-LOCK TYPEWRITERS—
v; Prim in sight whh greatcsl speed nnd sc
on racy, Price and payments easy. Other ma
chines for rent or for sale cheap. LONG LEY &
WAGNER, Spring and First, sts. 1.-2K lm
TTNCIdT SAM WINE CFXLARs! e7T'l7eP!!.
V,l Wholesale and retail. Sonoma nnil MR pn
dry and sweet w-ines. Brandies, yvhlskies.
404 40(« N. Los Angeles St. 1-8
I 111 I V DOLLARH TO NOTHING THAT
F Drake's tamnles arc the ob anesi and belt,
material and workmanship considered.
A P. SLOPEII. HOUSE M> 1 VEIL OPHCE,
• 112 Center place. i li tf
WANTRD -H HLP.
«/Aim:n~A man \viio nasbhourbto
W spa ra In morning and bus si4o() 10 invest,
enn clem Ills Investment in two months and
thereafter clear iflOO per month, which Isgunr
anleed; those who are willing lo deliver goods
)u only apply. CITY EXCHANGE. 110*
First St., between Spring am! Main. (1-13 tf
\l' A NTH I)—ALL NX E DING HELP FltTlE,
T* employment or any Information, address
E. NPITINCER's BUREAU, established ISHO.
office, iiniij south sprhn-; sin ci, relidenet 4.11
Fouth Hope street, corner Fifth, Los Angeles,
Cal. Telephone 1 13. H-Kitf
1) ETT V, lIPMM EL * CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, [81-188 W. Find st. Telephone 808.
I'mtcr the Los Angeles Nntloiinl Bank. Hell'
of all kinds carefully selected and rurnishoe,
Fltiiatlons of ail kinds fumlihed.
Tl saddle horses or light rigs. Apply at
HERALD OFFICE. IMS If
\tj ANt¥d-T\VO~hlmr BARBEHB^AT 208
0 s. spring street at once GRAY DE
WANTED—A GOOD SECOND COOK. APPLY
at the Eureka Rostauratit, 2*5 Eiot First
■treet. 11-2!) 2t
y— - — —' — - ' w —AVJvrra
HT ANTED- 50 HORSES AND 7.1 CAI Tl .fi T' 1
II pasture; green mil dry feed; CJcftegn
ranch. .Address F. F. CULVER, .lit., pieo
lli-lgliis.lp. o. Itt-sldtt , Wt'Mernave.,second
house -oinh '0/ I'ion st (1.111 |4(
Y\'an'|'eii ipioflo in ijiao,o< n first
tt class real estate security. Address A. 8,,
box 30, tlits-office. 11-21 tf
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HIIBINRKS liri'lllt'll NltlKt, I
-jyol; SALE " '
1 advertise nothing hut what are genuine
bargains and will bear fullest Investigation. If
yon want lo be treated burly and sniinivlv, call
on inc. Print stands, elgur stands, hakcrlos,
restaurants, shoe stores, groceries, stationery
stores, lodging houses. We have a good Hal of
all the above businesses al nil prices.
HENRY I. SPAN LEY,
. o-18-tt 227 Weal Second st.
I> t 'SIN EsFTiTa N( 7 ES GROCERY STUB P.,
I» with living room*; good family tne'.-. '
Grocery store, South Spring street; (fa,no 1 ).
Candy and fruit store; soda fountain; two
living rooms; $275.
Frnii and stationery; three living rpoius;
South Spring; B7OV.
Firsi-classclgar store, on principal street;
Saloon, on the principal street; only IfKIOO.
We have a great number oi business oppor
tunities il would pay you lo look up. Some lo
exchange foTSouthern California property and
bouse* nnd lots ill Ibis city.
CITY, EXCH ANGE, lltii.j First st., bet. Main
and Spring sts.
4-ri| main BTREKTCIG m; STORE; Tills
tvisJU 1-one 01 tho biggest bargains ever
Offered tor the money, nnd is welt Ivorlh $150t)|
never such a chance offered before CITY EX
CHANGE, 118H First, hoi. Main and Spring,
1 ODOING HOUSES DON'T I'Ml, Til INVEB
-li llgnte my specie! hnrirnlns in lodging
houses this week. CITY EXCHANGE, 119>,i
First, bet, Main nnd Spring.
llli'j Find, be Spring and Main.
It AI ANCE MONTHLY INSTALL
sp ItHIW tni'tits, buys the very best paying
forty-room lodging-house in the city, paving
BMOO per month clear of all expenses; ihi lo
cation Is perfect; this Is the cheapest house In
Angeles; to see this means lo buy; trial be
fore buying,; mils I sell before July Ist. HENRY
J. STANLEY, 227 W, Second street, B-gfl ;n
rjpo BELL YOUR BIVINFSS ((PICK C Ml. OR
1 CI I'Y EXCHANGE, 1 IH'jW. First s|. b-2 'If
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL 1 ( IFF E|. FREBH IIoWrHMI)N
our giant coffee roaster, Java ami Mocha,
3f>o ih. Mountain coffee, 25c; Oermea, 20,',
rolled rye, Hie; -I lbs rice, 2.1 c; It plus starch,
!A6e; Bib* Corn inenl, 15c; irOlbs brown sll 5;..1
-$1; 1.1 lbs granulated sugar, is!; ■"> lbs dried
penehes, 25c; -1 lb.- raisins, 2.1, ; Hi lbs navy
.beans, 2.1 c; can tomatoes, lOo; It cans eorii
beet, 2,ic; can baked beans, Hi"; extract beef,
Bsc; Hire's root beer, lie; 4 inns Dlnmore's
soap, 250; enn coal oil, SOe; 3 His leaf lard
80c; picnic hams, 14W0 lb. ECONOMIC
BTORES, 305 a Bprlng, "
■pERSONAL— RALPH BROS, i.0i.1. >. i;:
JT Hour, HT1.20: oily Hour, 85o; gtanulated
sugar, Mlbs ,*l ; brown sugar,SOlbsf 1; ™:tins,
51bs, 2.1 c; sardines.il boxes, 21e; tali!, fruit, li
eana,Boe; Midland coffee, 250 lb. eastern oil
SOe; gasoline, Sllc; 2!i, ci.ii coined heel, loo
lard, lOlbS, itH.lti; OlbS, 850. (ml South Spring
street, corner sixth.
ESMIN'S KEMTi.K I'll i.s As A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine for immediate relief (or
painful and Irregular menses from whatever
cause. For sale by FREEMAN ,v CARPER, 02
No, lii Spring street. B-t) ly
T> W. POINDKX fKR. 3ii.-~v; "hkcomT
IV« si mot, offers gilt edg.< mortgagee In any
amount. Parties drawing moner Irom bank's
can invest with absolute sale!\ l>y calling al
my office. li.; ; f
OERSII n'.tL-IV. W. TAYLOR, LATVY Ell',
JT 1-1 1 v Soutii Broadway, room 2. Piol.at-
aud Insolvency lew aapeolaltv, A Ivl • tree
7-2.1 ly '
I)YF.IiM AND FINIS lIKUS.
METROPOLITAN STEAM 11 YI. VVORKs724I
Fiunkllu .street; tin ■ dyeing ami cleaning.
I>ABIBIAK DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH MAIN
. street; beat dyeing In 1 '!■■ city. 1-13-tt
ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE COM
pany of Los Angeles, northwest uorner ol
Franklin and New High Streets. m! 7 tf
FOR BALK -CITY I'KOPKRTT.
■pOR A LE—DESIR A BLE~ 7*msA?~l\<VTB
J nicely located not far from Washington
street. AddressBARGAIN, box 30, Floruit, of
fice. No real estate dealers need apply.
a% uu\ fob balk—mw a-room house.
vlt'«'oii Victoria street; monthly pay
ments $1.1. ALLISON BARLOW, 227' West
Second Mnri. feltM
FOB BALR-OOUNTRY PROPIKTY.
SNAP 40 ACMES. IN GARDENA- WILL BELL
al iffH) per acre as a whole, or In 10-acre
I lota; Choice land as any In the county, Im
proved all around It. Remember, It mu«t be
j sold In a few days to close up an estate; reason
el, le offer will be considered. Apply to JOHN
IL. PAVKOVK H, csooutor, 208 Went First
i-tre. 1 (M g
FOR SAI.lt DISI'KI.Hfrmu i.
IviKSALE 3.11 Ml IE El -El ONDII IMI 10,
J 111, 14 and 111 Inch riveted water pipe, at a
Lariraln. HARPER'S PIPE WORKS, Second
and Vine street* fl-14 tt
pOB SALE OLD PAPER* Iff QUANTITIES
• ■■ at llils ufliee.
rjMIK vVOODBFRT, ItPstl NEsTiVIiIeoE Tl AS
1 removed to the upper llnor of the stowoll
block, in .South Spring street. It has now the
largest and Unci business college rooms In the
state, and the largest atleiiuaiiee of any oom
mcn'lal school south of Han Francisco. Tine
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stalr-climblng unnec
essary. The public l« cordially Invited to call
and inspect the college In Its new location.
Iloth day and evening schools In session the
entire summer. Catalogue and Colleire Jour
nal dee. (I, s. Hough president; N. (I. Felker,
Vice-President; E. C. Wilson, Bec'y. (-4 ly
OS A NiTeTkFbUS IN ESS COLLKOit
ANl> ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL,
(Incorporated) lit South Main street
Largest and best equipped buslni'ai training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
I rsei in the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying ami :> 11 English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
Instructors, Pay and evening sessions. Terms
reasonable, ( all al college ofllce, or write for
elegant catalogue. K. i. SIIHADEK, president;
I. W. KEl.sey, vice-president( L. N. I.NSKEEP,
secretary. fi-KI 'f)l tf
lA.I A. SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN (IN
j% corporae-d). New studies. Entrance In
Chamber ol Commerce. fi GAHDEM-MACr
LEOD, principal. Pasadena Tuesdays and
iii'iays. fi-25 tf
ABTBUSY, fi iIbRTItANI), TYPEWRITING
and Business Disunite. Take elevator by
People's Store, I'hllllps block; send for cata
TOS ANGELES TRAIN I NO SCHOOL (INCOR-
J poratcd , for kltnlcrgartners. Add res MR a
NORA li. M VYHRVV, 87n W. I wontv-thlrd st.
kJ 11 (> It fll ANIi A M ) TV PEWRITING I'RAO
i ' licallv taught, latest I'lltnan system, at the
LoNGI.E V INHTITUTEj Spring and First sts.
\\\ 11.11 tRTTTZ. MIMICAL STUDIO, ROOM
i 4j I'o-.oniiii' block. 1-18 ly
TaY E. HUNTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
si Rrvsoii-llniiobrako block. Telephone Mi,
I raotlces In all the courts, state and federal.
?Tic"o. II AY FORI), A*TTOP, NEY AMI Clll'N-
P i-lo: -o lew, rooms 12 nnd 13, banfraiieo
building,-I B North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone 11(I7. Practices In all stale and
United Blatescourts. 3-19 II
A GOODRICH, LAWYER, 124 DEARBORN
• street, Chicago, 111. • us years' experience;
secrecy; special (ai-Hitles In several slntes.
Goodrich on I'lvori'f, wil h laws of nil slates, In
press. 0-4 tl
A. W. IIPTTriN. OUS WELLBORN.
WTEtLBORN A HUTTON, ATTORNEYS AT
»> law, rooms 'iM, ss'., and SB, Temple block,
Junction Spring and Main, Los Angeles, Cal. tf
\\MI.L I. qpVW, \TToRNF.'y~AT LAW,
TT rooms 82 fi Temple block. Telephones;
ofiice, lOstUj residence, lou. 0-1 im
BEN GOODRICH, "lawyer, no. a LAW
building, 12.1 Temple street, near court
house. Telephone 109. 7-0 If
H.I. Mil Hi X, A'l TORN i". V ; S'PEOI A l a'l'
ll tentton given to the settlement of estates.
1 It West First slreel, 4-H tl'
1 \ K. TR ASK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TOU
I >, ton block, 207 New High street, Los An
geles. 1-10 tf
MTM, POLLARD, a'itdi;ni:y~at law",
TT room 11, Allen block, Temple and Spring
yii ts. 2-21 tf
\NK DAY SAVED BY TAKING
'HI iw ' ' ■ • » Kr.• i. ■
and Bnstott. la'RVO Los Angeles,every Wednes
day; personally cioidiieied through to Chicago
end Boston; family tourist sleepers to Kansas
Cllv fttpl ChlcAW) daily. Low rates and quiok
osl'time. Ollice, 12P ft. Spring st, ly
1)11: i.1.l PS BAST ROUND EXCURSIONS—
Personally OWldttOtedl Via Denver and
RioGrnnih- and Hock Island Routes; leaves
i.'>.. a nicies every Tuesday and Friday; orogß
ing the sierra Novadal ami passing the entire
aeniicrv on the Rio Grande by daylight. Office.
1 iH South Spring street. 1-tf
0 FECIAL TKAI 111Elifi' EXrI'RSION WILL
n leave l.os Angeles June HO and July 4 for
Chiuftgd nndet the personal management of A.
Phillips ,v Co., yin 1 icuvcr iiinl Rio Grande and
Itii' U Island railways; beautiful scenery;
quick time. Ollice, 13H s. Spring St., Los A'n
ooles. tl-7 BBt
pi HEAT CENTRAL ROI'TE KXCPRSIONR
\X Bkperienood conductors through from
l.os Angeles to Boston; Only six days to New
or Boston I tourist ears. F. K. BHEARRR,
manager, office, BUS South spring si., Loa
Angeb's. 10-111 Urn
~T~V. jT'DHON it CO.'S EXCPRSIONS EAST
»• • every Wednesday via Suit Lake City and
Denver. Todrtll ears' tocblcngo and Iloston.
Manager in charge, (illioe, 'JU H. Spring st.
I'KV H I INS.
MRS. DM. uh \- tlPFlcks IN rlEft BRICK
block, I'JV K. Third st., between Main and
Loa Angeles; diseases of women, nervous, rec
tal, sterility and genlto-tirinlkry diseases; also
elcclro thernpciilli s; hours, 10' to 4, 7 to H.
/ lANCERB AND 'lI'MIIRS REMOVSS"W ITH
v out the use of the knlle, Call at offices and
so" pallohts under trentmetit. 124 sorrii
MAIN ST. DR. UARRIBOK 0-23 ly
\3 US. DR. .1. 11. SMITH, BPIIcIALTY MID
,>I ivltery. Ladles eared for duringconllne
menl at 7j7 Bellevue avenue, calls promptly
attended tO. Telephone 1111). B-go t£
/ iiiNSI'MPTION A\f) CATARRH TREATED
V by Dr. Garrison, with Dr. Amlek's chemleul
treatment; wonderfuleures mtuie. isiSouth
Main street. 0-lH |m
/"A PURGE 11. HK.\CIG~M"' D , OFFICE AND
VT residence, 131 North Spring street Office
bonis, s vi 19, 1 In 8, li to s p. iv. Telephone
1 11-3 li
Tilt' K\ MM Ell MEYER "orT-HESTRa"
I'lrst-t'lass music furulsheil lor balls, par
lies, 'crts, receptions and picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Ollice at Eiugerald's
music store, corner Xorlh spring and Franklin
si reels. 111-U ly
I OS AN i, EI. E s'Vo NS ER VATOR V OF Ml>-|C
' end An; open all Ihe year, Mils. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president, Y. M. C. A. Build
ing, Broadway ami Second street. s-14 ly
1> W in. p.Y MISS M. P.. aSTRURY. 6 ANDfI
t> stringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
by. People's stole, PjiJUj p-' block. 11-12 ly
~ 11 i;n . 1»1«.
'.' I \D- DIFFENRAfIIER, HOW S.
. ••'"*« s /sprine street, rooms 4 and .1
' ■>-. S-fsy/'l eoili oMiacted ami lllied v. 11 limit
'JW^ 1 pain. 7-21-ty
DR. L. W. WELLS, 1 UK. OF SPRING AND
FlrSI Streets, Wilson block; take elevator
Gold crown mid bridge work a tOODialtj teeth
extracted without path. Room 1. mi-tl
DP., s. I'm.HIRST." DENTlsfriosi~N.
Spring St., rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless ex
. |7*R VNK :i24crsofTH SPRING kt.
-'-il' l —l'ii.'J'"'>'■ "yelling hvolcelne light.
OON rit l i'TOltD)
; HANK (.. ni Ni,. ciin i'RacToß, l;t"\Yi7^
4. sou block h- 10 iy
pONRAD HI HEHEIIj i 1 PANITE," ItlTl'MlN
> "'. mid asphali ~ , .iik. . -jy \y. i ji-. M ,
stocks ano iKtwne.
VMItS-.T-CLABfI lti'N|i---.~T ; AYING Ti^rTTTi^
I percent net. Rank stocks netting tl to s
percent. Loan- made on real estate quick nnd
clicni. THE PIR'ITJi HEAL EBTATE AND
IP' j' ' "■, 2Jji West Second .<!. (;.;t lm
Jim no fooler.
MISS 1 BTA l-I'KR, CHIROPODIST AND
masseuse, 211 w. First st.,OPP. Nadeau.
_ 12-2-1-1 i
• 'ATK«-IS, eill-VUIUHTS, Kt'C
TJAZ Mill A TOWNSEnBTrOOM », DOWNEY
II block, lei. 347, Los Angeles. 11-22 tl
LOS ANGELES TTERALD t THURSDAY MORNING JUNE 29, 1893.
1 is c.cto ,
7 7 MONEY TO LOAN.
Agents for the
GERM.tS SAVINGS AND LOAN
SOCIETY OF 8. P.
Building loans a specialty.
Real estate sold.
Agent Bun Fire ol London,
oldest company In the world.
R. 0. LUNT,
5-2,1 Bm 227 W. Becond st.
MUNICIPAL SCHOOL BONDS
NETTING « AND 7 PER CENT.
Next tociovernmont In Character.
DE VAN * RUTLEDGE,
No, 8 Court >L
VI ONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, HWfcT
Ivl ry, watches, pianos, sealskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS., 402 B.
MO MKT TO LOAN.
ated) loans money in any amounts on all
kinds of collatcralsocurity, diamonds, Jewelry,
sealskins, merchandise, etc. Also on pianos,
iron and steel safes, and professional libraries,
without removal; and on lurnlture In lodging,
boarding houses and hotels, without removal.
Partial payments received. Money quick.
Business confidential. Prlvatcofflecs for ladies.
W. E. DE GROOT, Mnnager. Rooms 2, 3 and 4,
114.South spring street.
MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES, <! PER
cent net on first-class property for amounts
of »10,1)00 nnd over, on loans under IfIO.OOO
no commission will be charged. No expense
for examination of city property and no dclav.
MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK TRUST CO.,
42(1 South Main street. 8-1-Bm
II"1rdU WANT MONEY WITHOUT DELAY,
no commission, prevailing rates of Interest,
see .security sayings Hank, 148 B. Main. 4-1-ly
VKTKHIN r.Y MtUOKONB.
siirgorm-has the medal and is a member
of the Society ol Universal Sciences—will lake
charge of all operations, colts and other ani
mals gelded. Cnre guaranteed of diseases ol
the most aggravated nature. .Moderate charges.
Office, Bentous block, room (I, Los Angeles.
MRS. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT—CONSUL
tatton on business, love, marriage, disease,
mineral locations, life reading, etc.: take Uni
versity electric ear to Forrester aye. and Hoov
er street, go west on Forrester aye. three blocks
to Vine street, second house on Vine west of
Halted for the last 10 years in Los Angeles.
Rooms 7 and B (second floor), Workman block,
Spring St., between Second and Third. 1-25 ly
C" lL 132 S. BROAD
« way, Let First and Second. ly
I/OR RENT-THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
V for housekeeping; $12. A. BARLOW, 110
south llcllniaii si. 0-20 tf
FOR RUNT— MieORLLANKOUS.
|?OR RENT-LARGE SHOP AND 4 ROOMS,
V hard finished, for housekeeping. Inquire
4(il) Tin-net st. li-tl) tf
A Pawnbroking Experiment.
Notice is served in Tho Christian
Union of the impending trial of an elee
mosynary experiment which has long
been discussed nnd in of unusual inter
est. In Augurt or f-'eptembdr the Peo
ple's Bank nssoeintion hopes to open the
first of several model pawn offices for
tho poor. Tho* newspapers abound
from day to day with stories telling
how hard it is for the very poor to bor
tow indispensiablo email ir.ums of money
and What psorbiroiit rates of interest
ero exneted for such loans. The legal
rate at pawnshops is 3 per cent a month
Ujf the first six months and 9 per cent
X month for succeeding months, but
most pawnbrokers tmpfrtement these
rates by charges for ca>ro of the articles
pawned, so that; as much as POO per cent
por milium is something paid to them
for the use of money.
Tho Teople's Dank association pro
poses to begin by a charge of 1 per cent,
a month and expects to start with $106,
--000 capital, which is to eanl 4 per cent
dividends for its ownere. The success
of siu'h a movement seems to depend
simply on the shrewdness of the money
lender employed. With the right man
in the nvnneular situtitioi. there seems
to bo no inevitable obstacle to tho suc
cess of a plan which, if it does succeed,
seems bound to help the right peoplo at
tho right time. Flans for the relief of
pawnbrokers who succumb to competi
tion can bo devised later on if thoy aro
A Woman's Apt Reply to yiT. Clcvelnnd.
It was dnring Clevolnnd's first incum
bency. The daughter of ,1 lawyer prom
inent in a neighboring Kansas town had
married an officer who a few months
tifter the ceremony had been detailed to
a remoto post. Tho young wife, who
laid enjoyed a sort of belleship in tho
semimettopolitan community in which
cite had been reared, felt as if sho were
about to bo buried alive. Encouraged
by her husband nnd father, sho repaired
to Washington to seek reprieve at head
"Fort Riley? Why, that's a pretty
(rood detail. Isn't ii?" asked tho president,
I,) whom Ihe lady had stated her case.
"No, sir; it doesn't snit mo at nil."
"Shouldn't wo try to be satisfied where
wo areV" continued tho chief magistrate,
with a patronizing smile.
"Yon might have been satisfied with
being sheriff at Buffalo, but j-ou wanted
to be the president of the United States,"
come the port retort.
Sir. Cleveland arose with tho same
patriarchal smile on his face, bnt the
lieutenant's wife is still at Fort Riley.—
Kansas City Times.
Quurniitice Against Humbiirg.
As wo hml to shut tho prates of New
fork against Hamburg for a.time last
year, we may have to shut them ajrainst
it enco more this year. Wo cannot tol
erate any foolery uhout tho existence of
oholetA hi a city with which ta-p aro con
stantly in eontLiuDication. Wo must
not permit HomhWrg to imperil New
York. Tho nuthr.ritios of the Clprmnu
city have once ami .Tjrain concealed from
us facts which they WRM in honor bonud
to mtiko known. They did so last
autumn, nnd they havo done so twice
within the past two months. As "Pntl'fl
tluth" got P. had namo ages ago. II,".).:.
Imrs faith is likely to get a had name In
our times. Hamburg will act wisely
in gentling us Immediate reports of all
cases of cholera, variola, typhus and por
rico there.—New York Sun.
Plumbing a Specialty
At the W. C. Furrey company, 150, 161
and 103 North Spring street. Orders
promptly amended to. All work satis
U«« Qkrman Family Soap,
IT WAS A FITTING RECOGNITION.
The Members of St. Vincent's
Church Paid a High Tribnttj
To the Very Rev. Father Meyer, their
Retiring- ( ierg'yrns.n.
A Niimb.r or Bpnaeheo Made, All Lau
datory or Hia Work Whila In the
Local Pariah—Ho Laarae To
day tor Bt. Louie.
Tbe spacious grounds of Bt. Vincent's
college, at Grand avenue and Washing
ton street, were thronged with a brilliant
gathering last evening. It waa the final
of the lawn party given by tbe ladies
for the benefit o! the church, and the
people turned out in goodly array to
fully enjoy the last opportunities afforded
to enjoy themselves at the charming
affair. Tbe grounds were decorated with
i numbers of lighted Japanese lanterns,
I while several powerful reflectors also
helped to bring the many pretty places
into full prominence. The moonlight
also threw a charm over the scene, im
parting a romantic appearance to the
place, Bnt there was one thing that
went to mar tbe pleasure of tbe gather
ing. It was the fact that last night's
affair was to be the last time the pastor,
the V»ry Rev. Father Meyer, would be
present at any of their entertainments
to gladden the hearts of every one by
his hearty and ever pleasing manner.
Father Meyer was present at tho
grounds, and was overwhelmed with the
expressions of regret by both his par
ishioners and members of other denom
inations as well.
He has been called to the presidency
and directorship of the Ecclesiastical
seminary at St. Louis, Mo, Thiß is fit
ting recognition of his talents and
During the evening, at a signal from
the bugle, Father Meyer was approached
by Mr Andrew Mullen and other gen
tlemen and. requested to step up to the
balcony overlooking the grounds. Father
Meyer was grdatly surprised, and in
quired the reason and who wanted him.
Mr. Mullen assured him that he would
discover them aoou enough. The people
wanted him to come up on the balcony
so they could look at him.
After the gentlemen had taken their
eeata Mr. I. B. Dockweiler steppsd for
ward and made a short address intro
ducing Mr. Andrew Mullen, who bad
been especially invited to deliver the
farewell expression to Father Meyer.
Mr. Mullen spoke principally upon
behalf of the members of the congrega
tion. Hie remarks were delivered with
pathetic expression. Ho said :
"Vkby Rkverknd and Dear Father:
With your customary solicitude for the
well being of your people you have gath
ered them here thia evening in social
reunion, recognizing the fact that in
bringing them closer to each other you
are drawing them nearer to their God.
But almost in the midst of these festivi
ties a voice is heard, as startling and as
unexpected ac a thunderbolt out of a
clear sky, commanding you to leave the
Hock you have watched over with a fa
ther's love for these well nigh 10 years,
a llock that is devoted to yoa with an
affection that is little less than sacred.
"You are bid take upon yourself
greater responsibilities, increased la
bors and, if possible, still more im
portant duties, in another portion of
"While bowing with us, in the spirit
of our faith, in bumble submission to
the voice of authority, we may be per
mitted to approach you, as the loving
children of a fond father, to express—
feebly though it be—the eorrow that
fills our hearts at the coming separation.
We alio want to convey to you, in no
uncertain language, our thorough and
full appreciation of all you have done
for the spiritual welfare of ourselveß and
our children during the period of your
ministry among ns.
"When, as your parishoners, we rise
up to hear eheeriul testimony to the fact
that you have been to us a faithful pas
tor, that in this community you have
been a typical priest, a great educator
and to all who needed true friendship, i
tried and devoted friend, we have sail
all that can be, said, for no greater meet
of praise can be given to man than to
cay truthfully that he is a faithful pries l ;
of the Most High.
"In going out from among us, we can
not forget yon, if we would, for do you
not leave behind you enduring monu
ments? In this magnificent college
you leave not alone the material build
ing, but what is of infinitely greater
value, this great educational institution
that has been such an important factor
in tbe intellectual, as well as religious
upbuilding of this community, anr
whose influence will be felt in the ages
yet to come.
''You also leave us in this beautifu
temple, scarcely completed, before you
are called from it, another grand monu
ment to your zeal for God's glory
Through your unceasing labor, your fine
executive ability and yonr refined taste
yov leave us a church that would be a
credit to many an older and wealtbie
congregation, where yon had Burrounder.
yourself with all the accessories enabling
you always, lo carry out in all complete
neBS, the ceremonies of the church with
"Under your watchful eye, also, the
parish reboot,that important aid in the
work of every good priest, has been
built up and nurtured, to bear fruit
in the coming years.
"But yon have been to us not only
our spiritual father and aafe guide, but
you have also been our faithful friend
and advisor; you have rejoiced in our
joy, and sorrowed in our sorrow, giving
us at all times wise counsel in our per
plexities and consolation in our mis
fortunes, and none will miss yon more
than those who needed and could al
ways depend on receiving your disinter
"Those too, outside of your own flock
who in the years gore by have been
brought in contact with you, and who
with us have teamed to venerate and
love you, will sympathise with us in
our lues, snd unite with ns in wishing
you in your new sphere abundant sue
cess and unalloyed happiness.
"One great consolutation in our grief a
your going is the knowledge, that forym
it is an important promotion and a wf 11
deserved recognition of your prominent
virtues and great ability.
"And now, dear father, on this, the
eve of your departure, voicing the
wishes and the feeling of your entire
people, we unite in praying tbat God's
choicest blessing may be with you
through life, and that we may all be
re-ututed in that home that knows no
"Bespeakine your prayers in our be
half, we also humbly ask your parting
It was several minutes after the con
clusion of Mr. Mullen's address before
Father Meyer waa able to control his
! emotions and step forward to reply.
He stated that the event had taken
him completely by surprise, and that he
I had been wholly unprepared for any
I each a display of their sentiments by the
congregation. At first Father Meyer
■poke quietly, bnt as be gradually be
came warmed up in his talk, his lan
?:uage became more beautiful and flowed
n profusion until he became eloquent.
Sobs burst from the women in the au-
dience ac be referred to his parting with
hie flock. Father Meyer was also
greatly affected and epoke with deep
In reply to the expression of Mr. Mul
len in regard to the work (accomplished
in tbe parish under him, Father Meyer
stated that L c did not propose to take
al! the credit to himself, nor to deprive
any individual of one particle of praise.
The reason he insisted of such satisfac
tory work in the parish was assignable
to tbe noble congregation that had
promptly responded and helped him in
all his efforts. He also had had the
assistance of an able body of clergy who
bad also heartily helped him. At the
conclusion of hie remarks Father Meyer
then invoked the holy blessing of the
Almighty npon those present.
Mr. D. B. Dockweiler, in a few appro
priate words, introduced Father Hart
nett of the Church of the Sacred Heart
on the East Side. Father Hartnett's
remarks were delivered for the members
of the clergy and the lady members of
the parieh. He extolled the retiring
clergyman as a man to whom the Cath
olic clergy of this city looked up to and
reverented. Hie place would be difficult
to fill. Daring his remarks Father Hart
nett presented a purse to Father Meyer
on bebalf of the ladies of the parish.
Father Meyer replied briefly.
At the conclusion of these expres
sions of esteem for the retiring clergy
man the crawd dispersed and proceeded
to investigate the many points of inter
est about the grounds. During the
evening an orchestra rendered inspiring
The different boothe and pagodas were
well patronized, the majority of their
wares being disposed of to tbe crowd.
A comfortable sum was realized as the
repult of the two evenings of the affair.
Father Meyer will leave for St. Louis
this afternoon, at 5 o'clock, via the
Santa Fe ronte.
Los Angeles Theater.—The pupils
of the Lndham School of Oratory and
Arts gave two comediettas last evening,
in a very pleasing way for amateurs.
Though most of the participants, it is
fair to presume, have aspirations to
wards becoming professionals, it must
be said that it would hardly do to apply
the regular standards of criticism to
their acting, with perhaps one exception.
In the Little Treasure Mies Anette
Gottschalk was a star, whose brightness
and ability were a blight on the other
players. She was self-possessed when
they were self-conecions; she could be
understood when they mumbled, and
she avoided most of the blunders that
the others did not always succeed in
Mr. File's Sir Charles was badly
dressed, and was given with a haviness
of action and tragedy intonations that
Miss Williams while not alive to the
low comedy qualities of the role of Mrs.
Meddleton, made the character second
Miss Gottscoalk's effort very success
Miss Finney had little opportunity
to show her ability.
Mr. Wankouski played Captain May
denblush smoothly and made a decided
ly good impression.
The second affair, A Box of Monkeys,
went off much better. Mr. Pile showed
that he could play a light role very
effectively, and dispelled any bad ideas
of his work created by his appearance
in the first piece.
Miss Letha Lewis, as Sierra Bengaline,
was a most distinct success. She rather
overdid the "business" of the role, but
the fault is one in the right direction.
She presented acharacter well conceived
and well portrayed. In fact, it was as
close to the qualities of a professional
bit of work as has ever been seen
on the amateur stage of this city.
Miss Funey played the young Eng
lish girl very pleasingly. She was not
always sure of her accent or pronunci
ation, but as a whole she displayed ex
Mr. Wankowskl was handicapped by
a poor makeup but scored several good
points, while his faults were unobtrus
ive, and Miss Williams, as Miss Jbones,
was very satisfactory.
The casts were as follows:
THE LITTLE TRF.ASIBB.
sir Charles Howard Mr. W. I. Pile
Capt. Walter May tenblusß..Mr. V. Wansowekl
The Hon. Leicester Fluttermoro, Mr. R. D. Fargo
Lady Florence Howaro, Miss c. Gertrude Plnney
Qenrudo MU» Ane'te ilottschalk
Mrs Met!dleton Miss J. Wlldams
BOX OF MONKEYS.
Kdward Ralston Mr. W. E. Pile
Chauncy Oglethorpe Mr. V. Wankowikl
Mrs. Ondego Jhones Miss J. Williams
Sierra Hengaliue Miss Lctha Lewli
Lady Guiuevere Llandpoore
Miss Ci Gertrude Finney
Man and Horse Drowned.
Sonoma, Cal., June 28—Last Monday
morning two men, painters, names
unknown, from Oakland, hired a horse
and buggy at Jamestown to go to An
gel's camp. The parties had a disagree
ment at Tuttletown and there separated.
One took the buggy, saying he would
return to Angel's. Tnis waß after dark.
By mistake he took tbe road to Rey
nolds's ferry. It being very dark, be
did not see the bridge and drove into
tbe river. Both man and horse were
drowned. His body baa not yet been
recovered. The men for a abort time
past had been engaged in painting the
buildings of the Rawhide mine.
A Tiirillinii Bxrr.KiF.Nca.—There la no ono
hut at some period In life has an experience
lhat elands out prominently beyond all others.
Such Is the case of John B. Collins of Komeo,
Mich., who says: "From September to Jan
uary, before using Nervine, 1 had at least 73
convulsions. Af'er three months' use 1 have ni
moie attacks, iir. Miles' Re*torative Nervlna
also cures nervous prostration, headache, poor
memory, dizziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia,
etc , and bulids up the body. Mrs. J R Miller
of Valparaiso, md., and J. K. Taylor of Logans
pert, Ind., each gained 20 pounds of flesh by
taking It. Sold bj 0. H. Hance, 177 North
Spring, on a guarantee, (lot the dootor's book,
Volson Oak—Haifa Cream Salve
will Rive Immediate rellal and cure in 2*
houra. and 50c. On' St Vaughau'a drug
aiore. Fourth aua spring »ts. .
Detour prices on hardware before buying.
Big cut for 00 dayj. J. W. Bakor & Sons, 113
North Main meet.
Wall paper at cost: must sell; white back, 4
cents a roll. Chicago Wall Paper House, 237
South South Spring.
SITED FOI- A DEBr SAID TO BE DUE
A CU B.
The Whilom Haughty National Bank
Examiner Appears ac a Most Pe
culiar Financier In a Salt
for Money Dos,
Many Loa Angelea people will re
member tbat Republican politician Col.
W. H. Chamberlain. He waa a pom
pons official who acted in a most pre
tentions way, but who baa fallen from
hia high horae. The following from the
San Francisco Poet of Monday, ahowa
what a great financier, this dude of an
"William Robinson, assignee of the
Union League elnb, commenced an ac
tion in tbe superior court today against
Colonel W. H. Chamberlain, Ex-Re
publican politician who imagined at one
time that he was in the race for the
nomination for governor for tbe. great
state of California.
' He held the position of United States
bank examiner until his peculiar meth
ods of 'raising the wind' were brought
to the attention of the government,
when he was relieved of the respor* -ibi
lity of connting other people's mon- y.
"The suit commenced today through
Attorney Samuel M. Shortridge, who ia
alao president of the Union League club,
ahowa Chamberlain up in a very bad
"It appears from the complaint that
when the booka of the league were made
up on June 30, 1861, it was discovered
that (977.98 waa due from Colonel W. H.
Chamberlain and a demand was made
upon him for tbe money. He agreed to
pay, but tbat was as near as he ever
came to doing ao.
"That ia not all that Chamberlain
owes to tbe Union League club. He be
came a regular atar boarder at tbe com
fortable home of tbe club on Geary
street and managed to rnn up a bill of
(265 before he waa requested to vacate
his elegant quarters.
"The club now asks the snperiorcourt
to compel Mr. Chamberlian to pay the
(1242 98 due,"
The Weather Bureau's Heport of their
The weather bureau fnrniahea the
following report of the condition of the
crops in Southern California for the
paat week s
The reports tor the past week ebow
that crops made a rapid growth under
the warm clear weather which prevailed
in all the diatricte. Fruits ripened fast;
apricots are about ready for market, and
drying should begin in a few days. Early
pears and peaches are ripe in aome lo
calities, and with a continuation of tbe
favorable conditions will be in market
generally at an early day. Corn ia
growing finely, and the reports indicate
that the Chino and Anaheim sugar-beet
crop will be large, with a high percent
age of saccharine matter.
The Los Angeleß markets are supplied
with fruits of nearly every description
at Jeasonabla rates.
It is stated in aome of the papers that
the fruit market may possibly be affected
by tbe stringency in the money market
and bank troubles. Canners, it is feared,
will not be able to obtain accommoda
tions as in former years, and, as a conse
quence, it is feared that a portion of the
canneries may not start up.
Bardsdale — Tbe weather continued
warm and favorable and crops are look
ing woll. Irrigation of corn has begun.
LOS ANOELCS COUNTY.
Lancaster —The first apricots were in
market last week. The second mowing
of alfalfa has been made and the hay is
retailing at |10 per ton.
Verdugo—Apricots, early pears and
peachea are ripening. Blackberriea are
Monrovia—Apricots are ripening, but
there ia no market for the crop.
Duarte —Summer weather prevailed,
the highest temperature waa 92 degrees.
Cropa are growing finely; apricota are
Pomona—Apricots are ripening rapid
ly, the crop amounts to one-half or one
third of laat year'a yield. Priceß are un
certain, though it is said that the Fruit
Growers' aasooiatioh has sold 399 tons
at (25 per ton. Choice cherries were
produced in the valley thia year.
SAN BSBNABDINO COUNTY.
Ontario—Berriee are being ahipped in
large quantitiea to Arizona, New Mexico
and Colorado; the shipments amount to
about a ton a week.
Chino —A heavier hay crop than waß
expected was harvested on the Chino
ranch. The warm weather ia causing
sugar beets to make a rapid growth;
the crop will be large.
Riverside — The temperature was
slightly above tbe average; the highest
was 90 degrees. Berries of all kinds are
cheap. Apricota are ripening rapidly
Mid will be in market aoon.
Banning—J. M. Forquer will have a
large crop of apricots which he will dry
Anaheim—Corn ia making rapid
growth. Potatoee are being shipped in
large quantitiea. Sugar-beets are grow
ing rapidly and give promise of a high
percentage of sugar.
Fullerton —Apricota are fact ripening;
peacbee, pears, plums and apples will
Westminster —The creamery ia turn
ing out (MOO pounds of butter a week.
Santa Ana—Apricot drying will com
mence in thia vicinity next week.
BAN DIEGO CITY.
Fruit is ripening fast and the market
is well supplied. Apricots are tbe finest
for years; berriea are plenty and cheap.
The Beet of Reasons
The reason why Allcoik's Porous Plaitirr
arc popular is that they may be relied on to
1. Lame back, sclatiea, stiffness or twitching
of ihe muscles.
2. eh st troubles, such as pleurisy, pneu
monia, consumpt on,
3. Indigestion, dyspepsia, biliousness, kidney
The success, however, will depend upon the
genuineness of the plaster used. The popu
larity of ALi.rocK's Pouoos i'i.AsTKRa has been
so great that multitudes of Initiations have
sprung up on eveiy hand. Tbe only sure euro
Is to get the genuine Ai.i.cock's Porous
hnisiiinTH'n Pills improve the digestion.
Importer and dealer in Chinese and Japanese
lane? goods. All kinds rf silks, silk dre > |>U
terns, i mbroiderel silk dressing gown*; shawls
and h udkerchiels and general furnishing
goods, and also manufacturer of ladles'under
wear. I rcspeetfuliy call the attention of the
public to the fact that all my stock ia now on
special sale, logardless of cost. No, 805 North
Main street, opposite the Plaza, Los Angeles.
Wm. F, Brown. Jeweler,
353 South Spring st., 4 doors north ot Fourth.
The I'roceoSlnes Yesterday »t th* Cem
The board of fire coininiseionera met
yesterday at 1 o'clock ia the city
hall; Commissioners Rowan, Wtraching,
Knhrts, McLain and Brodrick weie
The commnnication from the city
clerk conveying the instruction of the
council in regard to the locating of a fire
plug at the corner of Union and Rock
wood avenues was referred to the chief
' A petition from J. J. McDonald and
others of the Seventh ward requesting
tbe removal of the fireworks located on
East Seventh street and Rnth avenue,
as being a constant menace to the lives
and property of the citizens living in the
vicinity, was also reported to the chief
The chief engineer presented the
treasurer's receipt for 160 for the horse
"George" and the old wagon, which wn
accepted and ordered filed.
He also reported that M. Hallahaa,
callman at engine company No. 4. left
tbe city on the 15th instant without per
On motion ot Mr. McLain he was
dropped from tbe roll of the department
by a unanimous vote.
A Bre-hydrant which was ordered to
be placed at the corner of Griffin ave
nue and Primrose street was considered
and the report ordered filed.
Tbe charges against M. Nand, driver,
of No. 4 hose cart, are tampering with
the fire alarm and being absent from
duty witbont permission on the 20th
and 21at insts. Mr. Wireching
moved that the charges be investigated
at the next meeting, and that mean
while he be suspended from duty.
Tbe application of George Flood for
appointment as callman of engine No. 4
was read and on motion ot Mr. Knhrti
he was unanimously appointed to the
Mr. YVirsching moved that the mayor
be requested to hold the demand for
pay until tbe next meeting.
Tbe application of Cnarles B. Casey,
callman of engine No. 4, for position aa
driver was read and ordered filed.
A communication waa then read from
Thomas L, York of 1763 Wright street,
in which he claims to be a citizen and
taxpayer, but whose name does not ap
pear on the great register or the city
assessment roll ia aa follows:
"Being a citizen, a taxpayer of your
city and a painter by trade, I wish to
understand if it ia tbe wish of your hon
orable body that the employee of the
fire department should be called upon
to act aa carriage painters while in the
discbarge of their fire duties, aa I am
aware of the fact tbat two membera of
tbe department, Albert L. Smith and
Mr. Hoage, both scab painters, have
been at work all lust week at the engine
houso on Pine etreet, painting and var
nishing the hose carts of tbat com
The communication waa ordered filed.
The chief engineer reported that
Mitchell 0. Houae'a bill against Sam
Haskell for (15 waa refuaed payment,
and on motion of Mr. Knhrtz both men
were notified to appear at the next
meeting of the board.
Requisitions amounting to (1065.85
were then presented by the chief en
gineer and approved.
Tbe board then adjourned.
THE ARCAD2 DEPOT.
A Report of Its Removal to Nand'i
A report has been current for some
days paat that the Southern Pacific com
pany intended to remove the Arcade
depot from its present location on Fifth
street, to the Naud Warehouse site on
Alameda street. A reporter of the
llkimi.i) made some inquiries last even
ing, with the following result: At the
Southern Pacific local offices, those in
charge laughed at the idea of a removal.
Parties interested in the Naud property
hoped there might be something in the
rumor, but knew of nothing definite.
Mr. Wolfskill said the report was all
mneenae. The Southern Pacific com
pany would forfeit immense interests by
a removal. "The story is one," he said,
"which starts np now and then without
tbe slightest foundation."
Mr. Ballard, president of the Los An
geles Land Bureau, which corporation
conducted the recent auction sale of the
Wolfskill tract, said: "There is abso
lutely nothing in tbe story. The South
ern Pacific haa spent and ia apending
large sume in improving the grounds
about the Arcade depot. By hard work
they have aecured a franchiee to double
track Alameda street from Fourth atreet
south to tbe city limits, simply to ac
commodate their great depot. To
Nand'e warehouse and the San Fernando
depot they will only have one track.
Besides, our company haa a contract*
for tbe eale of the Nand property
and we would he likely to know of any
negotiations. There ia no desire on the
part of the Southern Pacific to move.
The town is all growing in the direction
of their fine Arcade property. I have
very reliable information that the com
pany haa bonded tbs Shaffer property,
adjoining them. They are likely to
take advantage of their new double
track to extend their business at tbe
Arcade, and it ia an open secret that
works and repair shops on an immense
scale are in conaideration for Los An
A Chance for Health
Isafljrdedthose taut sinking into a condition
of hopeless debility. The means aro at hand.
In the form of a gonial medlolue cordial,
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters embodlei the
.. ......lied qualities of a blood fertiliser and
depurent, a touic and an alterative. While
It promotes digestion and asslmlllation, and
stlmslates appetite, has th- Inrther effect of
purifying the life current and strengthening
the nervous system. As the blood giowa
richer and purer by its use, they who resort to
this sterllug medicinal agent, acquire not
only vigor, but bodily substance. A healthful
change in the secretions is effected by it, and
that sure and rapid piyslolal decay, which a
chronic obstruction ol the functions of th*
syst us produce, is arrested The prime causes
of disease being removed, health Is speedily
reuoratidand vigor restored.
Farmers and Horsemen—Hall's Ureain
Salve for horses wilt keep the tiles ofT a sore,
heals barbed wire c its, cures old s ires. Sorae
th ng new, somethlug good $1. Off A
Vaughn's drug store, Fourtn and Bprlng sis.
Our Home Brew*
Maier & Zohdeln's iager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal «»•
loons, delivered promptly in bottles or kegs,
Ollice aud brewery. 44i Aliso street, Tele
Ton Should Keep Cool.
Christopher has the best lee cream and cold
drinks in the city, ijlve him a call. No. 241
.-or.in Spring street.
Flro limnraiice Bates Reduced.
taHpandantol ihe "compact." fee Bagker
vllle.2in North w.iiu il.aulranco building) and
•aye inomey. ~
Walt Paper at, boat.
Olnytrißoiii «iie—Bokttwm «b Btra«bnrg, 807
and Uo'J South Main atreet.
Everybody can buy \v*H paper be low Colt
aud have it nun? fa, lOj . rofl. 237 8, Spring
Big reduction in hardware, for next 60 dayi
J. W. Baker A Sous, 113 North Main ilteot.