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NEWS ABOUT THE CHURCHES.
A Sr. align Cry for Christian
fjnity From the East.
Why Jhe Seventh l);iy Sabbath Is
arrtn fluent* Balna: Made to Hold 11-
*l4 '1 Services Darlbc tho Wlntor,
MlscellaDeoua N,wl of
At 'tie various canters of religioua
•etiviV* yeaterday services were held
whiob were in moat cases largely at
tended. Soveral memhera of the pas
torate are awny on vacations jast now,
bat V Teterday more than one had re
turn ol and, reinvigornted by an absence
amid > t'mr scenes, gave evidencea of be
ing at" the better (or reat and temporary
ceasaC on from work,
All V ho churches are planning not the
detail? for var' ua forma of Christian
work during the winter montbß. Re
vival t-orvicea, under the conduct of Re
vivali-.t Natman, are almost assured, and
tbe eevoral bodiea of young people are
not behind hacd, but intend outdoing
previous efforte in winning aoula.
The School of Christ.
Thf aervicea yeaterday at the Y. W.
0. A. looms on North Spring atreet were
uuuseilly interesting. At the gospel
meetitlg, after the opening hymn, Mra.
P. W, Doraey of the Baptist college read
the llth chapter of John, and based tbe
remalka tbat followed on verses 21-23,
Her aJdress, though abort, waa marked
by caieful and inspiring thought.
"Wm hear much," aaid ehe, "in theae
daya Oi methods, nnd much attention is
given, especially in all branches of
teaching, to securing tbe beat and moat
appro -»d modea and appliances for im
partiiij knowledge. So he who would
be a Mudent in the echool of Christ
must incept the method given by Christ
our Sa 'ior as the beat one. Then only
will wvi be successful students. The key
to this method ia obedience. At firat
obey instruction!! and our knowledge
will bi- increaaed to ua. If we are obe
dient God will reveal himaelf to ac
throng h the loving personality of Chriat,
who was fall of goodnese, pity, com pas
sion and love."
"Then wo have to learn humility ;and
bow can we do that if we are not obe
dient? We muet bring the right spirit
to beat npon our work or we ahall be
lacking. No' great thing waß ever
achieved in art or science when the
right spirit did not animate the en
Mra. Ooreey proceeded to apeak of tbe
inspiration it is to every true soul in
having an example of absolute goodness.
and lhat our highest aim in life should
be to emulate our great example and
teacher. In cloaing ehe pointed out
that out ability to enjoy heaven will de
pend upon the characters we have
formed on earth.
After prayer Miss Emilie Alexander
sang a very beautiful solo and Miss
Morse followed iv an address on the
iines of thought suggested by Mra.
The Y. W. C. A. had charge of the
service last evening at the Bethlehem
church, corner Vignea and Lazard
streets. Mra. L. D. Chapin addressed
The five classes now opening at the
Y. W. 0. A. promise to be largely at
tended. Pull particulars on applica
The following ia a partial liet of the
boating I£te to be held at Weatlake
park thia evening: Mies Grace A. Con
tWßy of the normal school; Miaa Luca
Whitlock of Univeraity of Southern Cal
ifornia ; Miaa Helen Rippey of Occidental
college j Mr. Fred S. Athenon and Miaa
Nora O oper of Boa Angelea college;
Clara V, Morae, Lizzie B. Oliver, Jessie
Batee and Jennie A. Bnatol of Y. W. C.
A. and W. D. Ball, A. L. Witmer. E. T.
T»ly and J. W. Kemp of the Y. M.
Rev. 0. 0. McLean, D. D., selected
tor Dia text yesterday morning from
Tim. li*, 4:2, Preach the Wo d. He
first dwelt upon what the congregation
bad a right to expect from him, and
also what he, on the other band, had a
right to expect irom them.
'In a peculiar sense," he remarked,
"ihiß text is addressed to me. Paul
says: Christ sent me not to baptise but
to preach the gospel, But we preach
Christ crucified, Christ the power of
God and the wisdom of God. I have
come to you to represent a denomina
tion wbich was born of God with fire, a
denomination that believes in vitality,
■ living experimental religion. If peo
ple do right it will always please—
please or displease, succeed or fail, be
popular or unpopular. Tha preacher of
Christ must obey his oonvictions and
preach the truth. To do tbis he will
preach not eelf but Christ, who is the
center and circumference of all truth.
Christ aaid: 'I am the truth; lam the
life.' His mission, hia life, hia auffer
inge, hia triumpha and our hope through
tbem—theae are the sermon.
There is no power to arouse men; no
9*wer to instruct them; no power to
Correct them; no power to sanctify their
hearts, except the power that is in
Ice word shall be a saver of life nnto
tlfe, *r of death unto death. All is not
dar&> God scatters tbe darknean from
tho eetll of bim wbo truala and bringa
Mm out into a broad place.
At the cloae of the service three mem
bers nnited with the church by letter.
During the morning Rev. J. Worth of
tbe German Methodiat church sang a
very excellent solo.
A Temperance Sermon.
Rev. G. W. De Kay, the pastor of the
Prohibition church at Santa Monica, de
livered a discourae at the Plymouth Con-
Rregational church last evening. He
selected hia text from Matthew 27:24:
"He washed His hands."
Rapidly outlining the scenes before
Pilate, be drew attention to the fact that
the washing of His hands typified His
release from responsibility. "Many
men," said the reverend gentleman,
"have crucified their Lord and sold their
own Bonis for tbe sake of political pre
ferment gThe words of my text at) a Its
son of moral responsibility. I want to
put oyer against tbs scene I have just
described another and settle the ques
tion of hand washing.
"Wendell Phillips bas said tbat 'sla
very ia the 1 sum of all villainies,' ond to
day we can Bafoly transfer this thought
and declare that the liquor traffic is
Wendell Phillips' slavery of old. It is
the cause of more sin, sorrow, poverty,
crime and insanity than all the other
Many apt illustrations were given.
supported by etatiatical facta, to sup
port the indictment brought againat the
liquor trothc. Attention waa drawn to
the rule that the Protestant churches
will not permit a liquor dealer to be
come a member, but that the men who
rent property for anloon usos heoome
deacons and live in the odor ol sanctity.
The likeness in moral responsibility be
tween those and Pilate were power
A Walk With God.
A large congregation attended tho
Church of the Unity yesterday morning
to hear Rev. J. P. Thomson, the pastor
of tho church, preach hia firat sermon
aince his return from hia cummer vaca
tion. He chose hia text from Gen.5:24,
Enoch Walked With God; and He waa
not, for God Took ilim.
Prom the moaning ol the name Enoch,
It haa been aupposed tbat he waa a
member of an ancient order ot Free
Masons, remarked the preacher. "In
primitive daya in Aaia tho men who
studied nature's mysteries, and who
detectod suggestive eymbolß in the eky
and earth, formed themselves into col
leges or t octettes for mutual helpfulness
in the prosocutiou ol Iree iuquiry.
Christ, like other teachers, had an inner
circle of adepts to whom he taught doc
trines too deep lor the masses. Enoch
lived aa many years aa tbere are daya in
the year. Thia may mean that he lived
a complete lite; and it may mean be-
aidea that ho was an aetronomer, a sci
ence that wae cultivated by tho Chal
deans, Egyptians and Druida. The
tower of Babel waa an observatory.
The Book of Enoch, which Jade men
tions, and wbicn Tertulliavd, a father of
the church, cherished greatly, and which
Bruce discovered in Ethiopia, in Aaia,
has hve parta and IDS chapters. It
treats of (alien angela and gianta, of an
exenreion round the world and hsavene,
of wondrous revelations, of astronoßar,
geology, purgatory, paradise, dreams,
morals and duties. It waß written to
illustrate God's wisdom and goodness.
In Enoch's daya corruption had invaded
social and political life and civilization
waa hurrying to deatruction. Euooh by
preaching civil service reform was able
to chock the mad career of the society
Enoch walked with God, bat not to
God —God ia alwaya in aud about ua.
It ia impoeaible to walk to him, but in
our several callings wo can walk with
onr Master. It ia our duty to take the
world as it ia. avoiding the fanaticism of
the past and not importing it into the
future of civilization. Do the duty at
hand. The fact that we are here proves
tbat God did not need ua in the paat
and that he will not need us bere alter
our death. Euooh waa taken to Para
diee becauae be waa a good man; he
obeyed the lawa oi life working out his
own salvation, with the faculties and
opportunities placed atour disposal also.
He walked; he waa not carried. No
body had to die to Bave him, or to make
God love him. He knew not the teach
ings of Mobbs, Elijah, Christ or Paul,
and yet he waa a great spiritual leader,
taught directly by the D.vins Spirit.
The primitive races lived without our
machinery and tools and methods ol
education, bat with these things our
lives are richer and stronger than theirs
The translation ol Enoch was dis
caaaed and illustrated, and the moral
conveyed by hia life applied to the ex
igencies of modern times.
The Dignity of Man.
At tbe Baptist church, iSn.sC Las An
geles, last evening Key. G. E, Dye de
livered a discourse, taking fnr his theme
the words, "When I consider the
'heavens—what ia man that thoa art
mindiul of him?"
Alluding to the apparent insignifi
cance of man he cited Daniel Webster,
who waa troubled on thia account. It
staggered hia belief in the idea that
God would notice humanity, but he
escaped through the portals of Chriat's
sermon on the mount. Ilia epitaph,
written by hia own pen, pronounced
Christ, divine and in Him oil was plain.
"Man is insignificant," eaid tho
speaker, "compared with the etupend
oua forces of nature. Iv the maw of
the ocean or nnder the starry heavena
he ia a mere pigmy, but these are not
the etandarda by which man'a greatnesa
is meaeured. Iv point of intelligence
man ia maeter. He ia cut ont of tbe
very mind of God. Having harnessed
tho forces of nature, subdued steam and
electricity, hre and ocean ; having com
bined mind and metal to print, tolo
graph, vocalize light and carry the
human voice a thousand ratios, lie ia
great beyond a doubt. Advance from
the mental to tbo moral and ac Kant
obaervea, 'Two objects fill ua with ever
increasing admiration and respect, viz.
the starry heavena above ue and tbe
moral law within ue.' Aa the lake
mirrora the wholo concave of the atarry
heavens, so man mirrors tha whole
moral law. He is a fallen god,"
"Sin, strange to say, makes man im
portant. The murderer ia clothed with
an importance he never had before.
Even a boy who runa away from homo
commands tho attention of the commu
nity. So witb man aa a member of
God'a family. Viewed aa a Binner he
looma up beyond the stars. Jesus came
not to toll of the Man and the sun, but
to seek and to save the lost. The moat
despicable engager, the attention of the
deity, and greatnesa ia manifest in
man's contrition and confession of
wrong becauae it allies him to God."
A Childlike Confidence.
The Adventist camp meetings have
been well attended during the past
week, and when Klder Gates, who has
for a long tims labored as a missionary
in the south Pacific, delivered the fol
lowing discourse, a very large congrega
He delected his text from Hebrews
10:35-39. Quoting tbe apostle, "Cast
not ay.ay your confidence, which has
great recompenee of reward," be said:
"I have found it in my experience, I
havo found it in the experience of oth
ers also, that one of the greatest difficul
ties we have to contend with is that of
lack of confidence which the Lord wantß
his people to have in his promise. I
have seen it all through ray experience,
but lam glad to say ttiat it is growing
smaller and beautifully less all the
time. I want it to go ou just in that
way until tbe Lord comes. He haa set
up, at different times, monuments of
bis mercy and ot his wonderful deliver
ance in order that be might, if possible,
establish confidence in tbe hearts of his
people in bis doings, in his love, in his
works, in his goodness, iv bis mercy, In
hiß tendernets. It seems to me to he
just ns natural for us to he doubting all
the time his wise goodness snd pity and
compassion as it is for water to run
'Tbe whole world, iv the past, has
been trying to earn their way into the
kingdom of (iod; try to do something to
make ourselves worthy of it. We see it
in the Fapacy, among Christian people,
and too much among Seventh Day Ad
ventists not to receive wbat God has for
"We find in the 18th chapter of Luke,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 15, 1894.
loth verse: 'Verily I aay unto you
whosoever ehall not receive the kingdom
of God aa a little child, shall in no wise
enter therein.' How do the little chil
dren receive what you give them?
When tbe little ono cornea to the table
to partake of the bounties, do they pull
out their pocket books to psy for
At the Adventiata' campmeeting tho
obaervance ol the aeventh day as the
Sabbath wae discoursed upon oa Satur
day evening by Elder A. J. Oiborn.
He began by pointing out that tho law
ot God waa binding after the death and
resurrection of Christ as well aa before,
and tbat this ia brought to view in Rev
elationa 14:12-14. By comparing vari
ous passages ol the New-Testament with
Leviticua 23, he contended that the
npoetlo simply referred to the cere
monial Sabbath connected with the
temple services which typified Christ.
When Christ was nailed to the orosa
shadow met substance and ceaaed.
"Tho first day haa never," aaid the
preacher, "been commanded to be kept
in commemoration of tbe resurrection of
Christ. There are bnt eight texts in the
New Testament where that day ie men
tioned: Matthew, 28:1;' Mark, 10:l-2 0;
Enke, 24:1; John, 20:1-19; Acta, 20:7;
First Corinthians, 10:2. Matthew Bays
that the Sabbath was ending aa tbe first
day was dawning, and Mark that it was
past when the firat day came. In Lake,
23:55 50, it ia said of the diectplea of
Christ that they rested on tbe Sabbnth
day according to the commandment.
The commandment aaya: "Remember
the Sabbath day to keep it holy. Six
daya ehalt thou labor and do all thy
work, but the aeventh day ia the Sab
bath of the Lord thy God; in it thou
ehalt not do Buy work," etc. After thus
observing the Sabbath tbey camo to
anoint tbe body of Chris! on the firat
For Christian Unity.
Dr. Brigga recently created a sensation
before the Connecticut Vailey Congre
gational club by making the declaration
that the Protestant church ia more intol
erant than tho Catholic church, and
asserting that tbe Protestants could well
afford to "apare" 500(1 out of the OL'OO
clergymen in tbo interests of "Christian
unity," Dr. Brigga urges that there is
nothing in tbe New Testament that pre
venta all Christian denominations from
coming together, and affirms that the
etatiatica of the Protestant chnrch ebow
that there are many menaces of bank
Theae sentiments, Bays the Brooklyn
Timea, are revolutionary, or at least will
sound bo to many eara. They are aenti
menta that will be received with dis
favor in many quartere. Yet bo far us
they apeak of the neceeaity for a certain
form of unity among all Christian Beets,
they cannot be eaid to be otherwise
than in keeping with a sentiment that
haa become very etrong within the pact
half dozen yeara. What ia called Chris
tian tolerance haa been held to prophesy
the coming oi thiß kind of unity, and
the congreaa of religioua at Chicago last
summer, bitterly ac it waa denounced
by the conservatives, waa widely recog
nizad aa a atill wider indication of the
coming of a general ethical unity in the
work of all religiona.
When Dr. Brigga intimates that the
Protestant clerical force ia over-crowded
he states a conditio* that must be dis
comforting ia some quarcerß. The
average number of communicants to
each Roman Catholic clergvmsn in this
country in placed at 085; to each
Protestant clergyman at 142. The ques
tion as to a reasonable deduction from
theae faota ia n very eoriotia one. Dr.
Brigga ia certainly right in maintaining
that the flguree havo a highly important
relation to the financial situation in the
two divisions of the Christian church.
The heavießt financial strain naturally
falls on the Protestants. But how the
figurea affect the general queation of
pulpit Bapply and damaud, individual
sects and individual communities muet
go on settling for themselves.
The music at the cathedral yeaterday
waa again quite a feature. At high
maBS at 10:3 d, the day being the feaet of
tbe maternity of the blessed Viigin
Mary, Farmer's mass in ita entirety waa
given. During the offertory a quartette
sang the Momorara by Lambillotto.
Misa Katie Brandt and also Misa Ce
cilia Gardner were both in splendid
voice, the latter singing the Memorara
with expression and delicacy of tone.
The choir waa augmented for the occa
eion and comprised the following sing
ers: MiBS Cecilia Gardiner, Miaa Katie
Brandt, Miaa M. Dietrich, Misa Meyer,
Mi?a Manefield, Mra. Scholl, Mrß. Gard
ner, Messrs. Teeyea, ar., Jedofsky, Wal
lace, Strain, Faik, Denis, Aloys Gard
ner, Scholl and Prof. Lowineky, with
Prof. A. G. Gardner presiding at the
The cathedral wbb crowded, and again
at vespers in the evening when the
Roaary waa recited, a devout gathering
filled the church in every part.
Y. M. C. A. Meeting.
A largo audience of young men gath
ered at the Young Men's Chriatian aaeo
ciation yeaterday afternoon to bear a re
port of the great jubilee meeting in
London on the occasion of the fiftieth
anniversary of the association.
The epeaker waa .Mr. George Taylor of
Paandena who repreaented tbe Califor
nia aesociations. The account waa viv
idly drawn of the immense gatheringa
and brilliant addresses. Mementoes of
the trip and convention were exhibited
at the cloae of the meeting, Oo Sunday
next Rev. Dr. R. F. Coyle of Oakland
will give an address on The Young Man
OVER A CHINESE GIRL.
A Chief of a Tone Snolery Turns a
There was trouble in Chinatown again
laat night, in which Wcng Chee, the no
torious head man of the Wing Gun
Tong society, figures prominently.
Deputy Constable del la Monte ar
rested Hop Lee and Woo Soui about 5
o'clock and landed them in the city jail.
Tbe charge was assault with intent to
commit robbery, made by Wong Chee.
Hop Lee rune v laundry and Woo Soui
works for ! «,
Chinamen who move in tbe best
laundry circles of Chinatown, and are
supposed to he well up in the move
ments of the "Four Hundred," cay that
the charge of robbery is only a blind
and tbat the difficulty is about a girl.
Wong Cbee. it is claimed, bought the
girl in San Francisco about a year ago
for $200 and baß kept her in this city
Woo Soui and Hop Lee have in some
way been befriending the girl, and
Wong Chee resents it very much. Con
sequently, it ie claimed, a charge haß
been brought against the pair and tbey
are in jail.
Buckingham's Dye for ths Whiskers Is a pop
ular preparation In one bottle, aud colore
evenly a browu or b aolt. Any persou can
easily apply it at home.
THE FAIR WILL OPEN TODAY.
Something About the Race 3
and the Exhibits.
The Loa Augeles Derby Entered by
Exhibits of All Claims to Ba Opened
for Inspection This Aftnrnoon.
The fifteenth annaal fair and racen of
the Los Angeles Agricultural associa
tion will be opened in this city today.
It may safely be said tbat both the ex
hibits and tho racing will be the best
ever witnessed in this part of tho state.
A large force wbb at work all day yes
terday arranging the display in the new
pavilion and machinery annex, which
will be opened to visitors thij afternoon.
The building has been handsomely
decorated with streamers of bunting,
paim leaves, smilax and plants. The
lower floor is devoted to agricultural
audj horticultural exhibits. Burbank
wil 1 have a large locality exhibit in the
center of tbe building, and other locali
ties will be well represented. The bal
cony contains the fine art exhibits aud
diaplnys of fine neodle work and pho
tography. Iv the machinery building a
large display of agricultural implements,
wagons and carriages will bs made.
Nothing haa been left undone that will
add to ths comfort and convenience of
visitors. The new grand stand, which
has already been noticed iv theae
columne, ia tbo greatest improvement
tbe association has ever made, and one
that will ploaee every race goer. The
opening day will no doubt be largely
The racea will begin at 1 o'clock. No
departure from thia rule will be made.
Capt. J. C. Newton, president of the
board of directors, whoae ability and
fairness in the judgea' stand at former
meetings haa pleased everybody, will
again be presiding judge. Ben Ben
jamin, formerly sporting editor of the
Herald and eecretary of the association,
and at preaent the turf editor of the
San Francisco Examiner, will wield the
etnrter'e flag in the running racea.
The programme for today is a remark
ably good one. McDonald & Pitt's biy
i it, Hneneme, ia considered the favor
iid in tbe opening event, which will be
a running race, aweepatakes, for 2-year
olda owned in Southern California. In
the Loa Angelea derby, Hose's Orizaba
ranke aa the favorite, with George How
aon'a bay gelding a good seoond, aad Al
.Morine'a Montalva not far behind. The
pacing event, 2:14 class, is one of the
featurea of the fall meeting. James
Mack'e Waldo J., winner of tbs 2:14
pace at Santa Ana, ia lool:«d npon as a
Winner, with Lady 12. and Cibolo aa Bec
ond end third favorites. Del Norte and
Nellie i. are not to be despised. The
trotting event, 2:20 ciaea, will certainly
be exciting. George Maben'o General
Wiles, P. J. Mann'B Trumont, A. W.
Buell's Flora, Richard Gird's Irene
Crocker and C. F. Marcy'a Jennie June
will be the starters. General Wiles'
aucceae at the Santa Ana races makes
him the favorite. >
The following ia the speed programme
for today :
Race No. I—Runnine, a swoessttko for two
year-olds owned In Southern California, half a
mile: McDonald & flits' be liueuorne, Pailett
Brothers' b f Itala, Pailett Brothers' eh i Lottie
Collins, (ieorgo Maoen's b c Juan Bernard,
George Mabeu's he Red Head.
Race No. SJ- Running, the Los An<eles derby,
aaweepUska for three-year-olds, maid,ns al
lowed 10 pounds, one and a quarter miles:
Charter 1. Thuokei's b 1 Lottis 1.., Al Morlne's
bf Montalvo, C. A. Owen's be Two Cheers, L.
J. Rose's eh h Orizaba, Charles A. Brown's blk
c Charlie A., Georgo Huwmou's b g PJlasky.
Race No. 3—Pacing, 11:1-1 class, 3 itiO, purie
$101)0: Barrow Brothers' b h Del Norte, Junes
Mack's bg Waldo J., H. L. Roll's b in Nellie I„
Oakwood Para's b s Cibolo, Los Cerriios Farm's
b m Lady H.
R«cu No. 4-Trotting, 2:20 class 3 In s,purso
$1000: George Maben sb h General Wiles, r*.
J. Mann's blk g Trumont, A. W. jiuell's br m
i' .om, R. Gird'u g m Iren-. Crocker, C. F. Mar
cey's b m Jennie Juuo.
Raco No. s—Trotting, three-year-old-colt
stake, 3ln 5: W. F. Mclutosh's b g M intone,
W. X Mcintosh's b t Kittle M-ic, a.igemont
Park Slock Farm's blk 1 Galelte, Georgo W.
Ford's b c Ncertiui.
For the accommodation of visitors
from oataide poiiite, arrangements have
been made for epecUl excursion trains
every day. On Saturday tho Southern
Pacific will start special trains from the
race track after the big fiee-for-all pace
for Anaheim, Santa Ana, Pomona, On
tario. Chino and intermediate points.
The exhibit of thoroughbred horses at
the fair will be unusually large. The
Nawhail Land aud Farming company
haa 10 stalls of very fluo animala. Cap
tain J. C. Newton, R. It. Brown. George
Hinea of the board of directora are
among the many exhibitors. A largo
crowd wob at the track veatorday. Tho
stalls of Waldo J., Del Norte. Lady H.
and the other fast ones wore the objec
tive points of every visitor. Klamath,
another Orange county wonder ;Ottinger
and Edith will also De aeen during the
week. Some of the animate were trcna
ferred to the track from Sauta Ana
Saturday afternoon, but moat of them
arrived yesterday afternoon.
The etringa of race horßea now quar
tered at the park, and which will he
aeen in the racea from day to day, are
Charlea A. Jmrfee—Osito, Etta Wilkes,
Harry Mc, Ben Butler, Uazelle, Silkey,
C. A. Owens—Two Cheers, Royal
Flush, Captain Al.
George Howson—Flush Ban, Po
J. W. Douathan—Alexiß, George Pol
hemns, Ike L, Warrago, Happy Band.
C. O. Thornqueat —Mentone, Kitty
Sam Bowey—Lottie 8., Fisher.
Charles A. Brown—Charlie A. and
Queen of Scots.
V. Lugo—San Joaqnin.
Highest Honors—World's Fair.
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from Ammonia, Alum or an ■ other adulterant
40 YEARS THE SI ■ NUAKD.
Charles T. Thacker—Lewanee, Lot
C. L. McDonald—Santa Fe.
McDonald & Pette—Hueneme.
Pailett Bros.—ltata and Lottie Col
John Durnall—King Daniel.
Al Pattereon—Rob Roy.
Chaa. A. Off —Zens.
Geo W. Eord—Neernut.
Jae. Mack —Waldo J.
Oakwood Park Stock Farm—W. Wood,
Cibolo, W. W. Foote, Lila C, Teaaer and
aix unnamed to he sent for records.
Walter Maber—Juan Bernard, Red
Head, Waif, Nomad, Coal Duat, Gen,
Wiles, Los Angelea, Rsgina, Bet Madi.
son, La Belle, Andy, Peter W. Al-Ki -
L. .1. Rose— Ori/.nba, Baronia filly.
A. R. Den—Sir Alfred.
F. Manchacho—Lily F.
D. R. Dickey—Jennie C.
C. V. Tupper—Pescador and Lind
G. A. Strand—Geo. Daly.
J. T. Clews-Mollie Lawie.
J. H. Vanee —Daghestan, Passdena
J. M. Nilaon—Golden West.
Jas. Sanderford—Grey Jim, Nellie 1.,
J. 8. Purdy—Sir Gird.
E. L. Mayborry—El Molina, Deacon
0. Edgar Smith—Sultandin.
J. Asuirre—Soy El.
0. Conant—Sir Credit.
0. W. R. Ford-Moulidia, Harry Win
chester, Galette, Redondo.
seating ot Ottinger— Ottinger, Editb,
Loa OerritOß farm—Lady H.
W. C. Bowers—Sadie Benton, Silver
Barrow Bros. —Del Norte.
Alex McCormick—Wayland W.
C. H. Corey, Laura M., Lady Thorn
B. H. Benaon—Fair Lawn.
M. H. Kalley—Printer.
F. T. Shorten—Emma D.
C. M. Williama—Mav Golding.
J. 11. Logan—ldle Belie.
Jae. Gilbert —Jumbo.
W. W. Whitney—Sam H.
Geo. D. Pierce—Don P.
K. D. Wiae—Emin Bay, Adelaide Sim
mons, Hector Bay, Adelaide McGregor.
C. F. Marcy—Jennie June.
I. M. Murphy—Palloma Prinoe.
A. 0. Freeman—Lady Grace.
C. A. Bailey—Olinda Richmond.
Ed Connelly—Nellie W., Irene
Crocker, Three, Rory O'Moore.
W. 11. Stimpaon—Miaa Jessie.
E. M. Keller—lda B.
P. J. Maun—Altao, Trumont.
W. N. Cuddeback—Katie Emmett.
F. W. Thompson—Bessie Briggs.
Don Bridges —Ida Glenn.
Poolb will be aold every evening dur
ing the race meeting at 126 W. Second
Btreet, commencing Saturday Oot. 13th.
All betting privileges entirely under tbe
management of Messrs. Durkee & Fitz
gerald of Los Angelea, which will insure
the public fair and honest treatment in
Meaare. Beeraan it Hendee of 323
South Sring etreet cordial ly invite tbe
ladies ol Loe Angelea aud vicinity to at
tend their fifth annuel opening of deco
rative, needlework and art novelties
next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr. Parker, dantlst. West First street.
Whole Family Helped
41 My husband was confined to (ho house, al
most unable to Walk, on account of an ulcer on
his left leg. He took Hood's Sarsaparilla and
and at once there wero sicca of .iispi-orc
mrui. Ho was soon ablo go to work again.
My oldest son was stricken down witli rheu
matic fever. After taking Hood's Sarsaparilla
a short time ho soon recovered his health. Al
lending others, I became all ran down. Hood'-.
Barsaparllln did mo much rcood." Mrs. S. S
Lab kin, Chico, Butte County, California.
Hood's Pills »ro prompt and efficient, yel
easy in action. Wold by all druggists* 23c.
JjTnTLK I T'S AlilHIO li<'l IS*..
THE SYMPATHETIC TONS OF
The admiration ol tho musical world,
SOLE AGENCY AT
BARTLETT'S MUSIC HOUSE
IQ3 IM. SPRING ST.
TII.>I.IA C'lKCKiir mi l,
323 325 Downey bik, N. Main I ,
Ccma and Hear
WILLIS S T3OMA, WILLIS & THOMAS,
First apper.rance. First appearance.
And KTHEL CLIFTON
Concert from 7:30 lo 12. Change of pro
grimmo every ween.
N. h.— Closed fcundays. 9-25 lm
GBAMD TOBOHOAM HI,II>IC,
131 S. Broadway, bet. first* Second tt
A Delightful, Exciting and Exhilarating
Ride — Perfectly Safe —Almost a
Mile Long—Unlimited Speed and
RIDES 10 CENTS.
Everybody invited. Admission tree. Tiring
your children. 9 19 Dm
J. T. SHEWARD
ANY ADVERTISEMENT emanating from this house
can be depended upon as reliable in every statement.
We depend upon the public for business. We advertise to
gain trade, not to lessen it. At the present time we offer
for your consideration the accumulations of remnants made
in the dress goods department the past year. These rem*
nants are offered for exactly one-half the original price.
There's a great quantity of them. We have been selling a
large quantity of dress goods the past few months, and here
are the remnants of them at one-half th c original price.
They are valuable remnants. We are unloading every dol
lar's worth of odds and ends in the house. Nearly two thou
sand remnants are included in this lot. Remnants of our
fall stock are here in abundance. We have more than dotiV
bled the dress goods trade this season. This means a larger
amount of remnants than usual. Monday there will be a
great rush for these unusual and attractive bargains. They
are the greatest bargains of first-class desirable stuff that
has ever been offered in the dress goods department. We
are showing the greatest bargains you ev:er saw in all-wool
dress goods for fifty cents a yard. Over three hundred
different styles. The remnants made this fall of these goods
go at half price—35 cents a yard. We offer 50 and 54 inch
all wool dress goods, in a large variety of styles, for a dol
lar a yard. The remnants made from these goods go at
half price—50 cents a yard. It will pary you to consider
this fact. Don't put this off till late in the day before you
come, and then tell us we do not do as we advertise. This
is unfair. Come early Monday morning. You will find the
goods and the crowd here. We have mare than doubled the
dress goods trade. We expect to treble it. You never saw
such values in dress goods. We show the largest assort
ment of cape materials. We will cut, fit and baste your cape
free. We have a small lot of remnants of cape materials
that will be sold for one half the marked price. We will
cut, fit and baste them free. Here is an opportunity to buy
a cape cheap. Come early. Again we say, come early, or you
will not get them. Some one more fortunate will be ahead
of you. If you want a cloak or a cape, we can sell you one
cheaper than you ever saw them before. We are cutting the
profits fully one-half. We are increasing cloak sales. More
new cloaks. More new furs. More new capes will be on
sale early Monday.
THIRD AND H ILL STREETS.
Popular Lecture on the Planet Mars
AND OTHEI( ABTIiONOMICAL TOPIC 3 BY
DR. LEWISSWI FT, F. R.A.S.
DIRECTOR OF THE LOWE OBSERVATORY,
TUESDAY, OCT. 1O , AT S P- M.
GENERAL ADMISSION, 25c. RESERVED SEATS, 50c.
'■Prof. Bwi(t Id a moßt entertaining and pleasing "peaker."—Grand Rspldß Eagle.
"Tilat severe t"«t ol a lecturer upon a scientific subject, ability to plen>e the learned and to
fleHglu the ntilmriie tho .1 -wtor m»t om th'« opp»ni<>ti " -Wt-'hw I'-nrn'ot. lf>
"DENSON'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
JD A. W. BKNBON, PROPRIETOR AND MANAGER.
GEO. E. LASK'B FAKCICAL HOKLESQDB ENTITLED
M IST ELR MONTE m,
Wntt'n. '■ CD R I S I O Son,..
POPULAR PRlilK-=; llWn r.On. TKI EPHOWH 1447,
v A RIEL,"
j \ The $10,000 illusion from Pari?. A beautiful living lady floating In space.
WHAT IS IT?
330 S. SPRING ST.
Open dally from 10 to 12 a. ro.; 2to 5 and 7 to 10 p. in. ADMIfcBIOK, 10c. No extra
cha'ge fnr reserved seats,
The Shonleger Piano used is fiora WILLIAMSON RRO3.. 327 8. Sprln*.
N£lV LOS aNUSLKH I'IIKllHi..
tUuder directioa of Al lUyman.)
11. CWYAIT, Mauiger
Thursday, Frirtny and Saturday, and
Saturday Marii'iee, (Jet. 18,19, 20.
The Greatut , a Ulrect from a
Kecord I TIVT 7-Months
Br-aai-r I I IXI Run
01 the Decade I All |i a New Yorr.
r* old n_
I KENTUCKY |
AN ELABORATE HL'KN'fU I'RODUCTION,
Excelling in perfection of detMl and pictur
eequeut's* any nro«nnt,ation of melodrama
over it i veil in this conutrv,
Tne complete New Yorieas', The original
Bcen*ry and all of it.
A horse tace with 3 eenulce Kentucky thor
oughbreds in a real eouten—the m n\ cplrited
race i-cene ever placed apult the mage.
Thefamoui bras* baud oi pic\niunles, gath
ered in the south especially for this great pro
Tu.- daring swing of the heroiuo across a 30
-foot mountain chasm, and nthernovel features.
FricesifU, 75, 50 au i 25c Boats oa sale Mon
day at 9 a.m.
ynv LOS ANGKI\KB TRKATBK.
THREE NIGHTS ONLY.
Commencing Monday, October 15th.
First presentation of tbe New Opera,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN,
Under the management of
MADAM FABBRI MULLER,
Mr. MODISI-WOOD Director
MeiSrP. JACOB MULLE 1, O. W. KYLE,
MKKI.E.MaNNI.nO. R. SULLIVAN.
MISS KATE BI»N(!A. MISS O'DO.NNEL,
Mr* J. W. MITCHELL aud
LITTLE HAZEL BALDWIN.
Box Ofilco open for sa : e of Rents and pi
changed unr.servcd tickets eaiuniay morn
lug, I ji-tober 13lii.
PBIOES-lfl, 75c, 50?, E5O.
BUKBANK THK VI KU,
Fain A. Manager
WEEK OF OCTOBER 15th.
Regular Matinee Saturlay.
The COOPER STOCK COMPANY,
Iv the t-ireat Melodrama,
— IND —
A Grand Vaudeville Entertaiumeut
— HY —
OUO A !
The Aerial Marvel and King of the Air, and a
First-class Company ol frpecia ly Artists.
Tw» Show i In One. One Price to All.
IS, -0 and aoe. Box d/ats, 50 aud 75c.
At Los Angeles
Friday and Saturday,
October 19th and 20th
THE MIttHTY MONARCH OK
ALL TENTED EXHIBITIONS.
Its record unimpeachable. Imperishable, un
blemished, above toe reach of an jealous rivals*
com ng in ail us entirely.
The New Great
AND PARIS HIPPODROME.
Triple circus. great elevated stages, five con.
tinent menagerie, speotacalir pageant and
grand aggregation of new sensational features.
By on arrangement w'th the lending nhows ol
America, ihis will to tlie ONbY i-IKCOS that
wiU vi-tt this section IhU yeir. presenting au
unabrld ;e<l und unparalled programme, v
v in ai«n nnd r nre iv lone.
-q- BIG SHOWS COMBINED 4
100 Fen«Htlon*l aud tUnrtliug aeU! The best
performing elephants; sea lions, leopards and
baby camels; 40 Rru*t circus net*: 4 great
bands In street pandc; courtly knights aud
dames; a drov j of laotncer camels; sebras,
bears and baby monkeys: '20 ijre«>t leapers;
richly ctrved aud gilded tableau wagons;
myriad cage?, ■> ■■•■ and lairs.
CHEAP EXCURSION RATES.
Every railroad Rives low rate" to t-fcia bi< show.
AT LU A. M. A ULOEIOUS, GRAND HOLIDAY
Two Days Only, Afternoon and Night
l;oors open hi 1 and 7 p. in. Thia will p»*i
tlvely bo th*j only circus lhat will visit this
H-ction this year.
GiiNEKAL ATJMIS9IOM\ BO Ot3.
10 L 4 tit \vlt
NEW VIENNA IUIKKKT,
114-110 Court «t.
F. KKRICOW, Prop*
BEOOND WEEK OF
MISS JULIA. WINCHELUr
Formerly of the Winchell Twin
in her bouquet of songs aud dancoft
fJ HXT WEEK,
LONG AND ROS^
Herman Sketch Artists, and
A. W. H U L M Wkk
The Celebrated Baritone.
Berth Family Orchestfit
Coueertcvory oreulng froai 7:1IJ until lm
aud Saturday ma.iaee Irom 1 tn 4 . ni
£;flF~ritu' v laimerelal iuueh.
aud meals a la usrie stall hums.