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THE CHURCHES.
SOME OF THE FEATURES OF YES-
TERDAY'S SERVICES.
A Successful Meeting of the Gospel
Union—Major Hilton's Address-Im
rnanuel Church Organ Dedicated.
Other Churohes.
At the meeting of the Los Angeles
Gospel union at the First Congrega
tional church yesterday prayer was
offered hy Dr. Chichester, and scrioture
was read by Dr. Heisler. A number of
the city pantors sat upon the platform.
Maj. George A. Hilton was introduced
to the audience by the president, S. J.
Newell, as one who was specially compe
tent to guide in evangelistic work in this
city.
By a graphic description of the practi
cal deeds of the good Samaritan, he in
dicated the duty of the membership of
our churches to do something for some
body. Some of his points were: The
Gospel union was born to do something
for somebody. Love is fruitful, and the
Jericho road needs us. Tho Florence
mission in New York rescued over UOO
of tho fallen last yeas.
Reference was also made to the
McAuley mission, and a work in Wash
ington which has nine mission stations.
There were 872 convert members in the
Washington mission last year. Syste
matized visiting is contemplated here.
Why has not the evangelistic work been
done before. The Gospel union has
been launched for work, not for any
sentimental reasons. We need $10,000
this year, and if the 5000 adult Chris
tians of Los Angeles will give 1 cents
a week, this amount can be raised,
ran pbibbttxmam church.
Rev. Dr. Stewart, of the First Presby
terian church, yesterday delivered a
very instructive and practical sermon,
taking as his text "Remember the days
of old, consider the years of many gen
erations."
His talk was mainly on the English
Puritan aud the Scottish covenanter.
We learn how to look forward by look
ing backward, and for a person to be
come acquainted with the different na
tions, their people, their characteristics
and interesting features it was necessary
to go back hundreds of years in history.
Bible readers are not stupid and to
them do we largely owe our present en
lightment and freedom. All credit is
due to the Huegeuot and Hollander for
their brave stands for right, but no oue
will find fault if the English Puritan
and Scotch covenanter are emphasized.
The hardest part of the fight for freedom
had been fought long before Lexington.
Cromwell, John Knox, and others all
had a great deal to do with it. A re
formed theology is a step toward re
formed democracy, and national religion
is the chief freedom of a country, and it
was fought for and gained on English
shores.
There never has been a set of people
who have excited so much ridicule and
inspired so much respect as the Puritan,
and with all his peculiarities he should
be claimed by every country where God
ia worshiped. The Puritan was like
Job's horse and scented the battle from
aiar. They disliked the shedding of
blood, but when necessary would Biib
niit with a stoic calmness to the inhu
man and atrocious cruelties of Claver
house. They drew their inspiration
from the Pible aud stood for a principle,
and this was the cause of their wide
spread inlluence.
It has long been the custom to make
fun of the Puritan's ways, and also call
him a hypocrite, but when Charles II
was chasing butterflies with hia court
and London was threatened with the
Dutch fleet, the people all cried for the
days of the commonwealth. No hypo
crite could right as the Puritan at
Nasby, Marsdon Moor and other places.
TRINITY MKIIIODIST CHURCH.
The pastor. Dr. Stradley, gave an ex
cellent sermon, the text being Luke 25
--26-27, tho leading thought being that
all preaching centered around two facts
—the death and resurrection of Jesus
Christ—and the two great doctrines
growing out of these facts are the duty
of repentance aud the privilego of for
giveness.
He introduced the subject by saying
that every minister, in preparing his
sermon, waa largely influenced by what
style was best suited to his congrega
tion who also demand that kind,
whether literary, sensational or other
wise, which waa the most acceptable to
them. All preaching to be effective
mußt center around Christ, his orucific
tion and rising and the two doctrines.
IMMANL'KI. PRKSISYTEKIAN.
The dedication Bervicea of the new or
gan were held yesterday at this church.
Mrs. Dr. Owens rendered a solo, and the
new organist, Professor Mason, made
the inspiring tones of the instrument
resound through the edifice. A very
large congregation was present. Dr.
Chichester took his text from 4th verse
of the 150 th psalm.
He delivered a very interesting and
instructive sermon upon church music,
the metamorphosis of the organ from its
primitive origin of the pipes of the
shepherds to its present perfection. The
main thought was that all instruments
in the olden time were consecrated to
the gods. The shepherds played on two
or three rude pipes, and from time to
time added more, until it necessitated
their being held together by a box, and
finally it terminated in the modern tri
umph. He quoted passages from the
Bible showing that the organ was des
tined to be used and intended for
a -aacred musical instrument. From
the' seventeenth century it tiad had
a very hard time and even up to the
present, but it was now universally
acknowledged to be eminently tbe
proper instrument for the worship of
God. He also dwelt upon church music,
saying that tbe necessity of musical cul
ture was almost as important aa the
preaching. A good choir waa neediul,
too, but the congregation were the
proper ones to sing. He told how Mr.
Rohbins while in New York was written
to and asked by the speaker to try and
help them toward getting an organ, and
how the gentleman first donated a
$3000 one, then changed it to $4000, and
finally of his own free will changed it to
$0000, and also bore the expense of hav
ing it put up.
CUBIST CHURCH.
Rev. J. W. Haakins delivered an ex
cellent sermon yesterday, taking first
Corinthians 4-1. The main thought
was that the ministry distinctively offi
ciates for the person of Christ and in
the ministering of holy things for Him,
were duly appointed by Christ himself,
and to be continued until He comes. A
very large congregation was present.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.
The installation of tbe res tor, Rev. B.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1891.
W. R. Taylor, was held yesterday.
Bishop Nichols officiated. The cere
mony was very interesting and was wit
nessed by a very large congregation.
The bishop was assisted in the services
by Rev. Henderson Judd and Rev. Dr.
Easter.
The text of the bishop's sermon was,
"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they
shall inherit the earth," one of the be
atitudes.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC FREIGHT.
Interesting Figures for November and
the Year.
The shipments of through freight
overland from California by the lines
under the Southern Pacific company for
the month of November, and for the
first eleven months of the year were :
For Jan. I to
November Nov. 30.
San Francisco, lbs. . .23,239,500 287,110,300
Oakland 1,030,100 10,147,100
Los Angeles 7,718,000 72,900,700
Colton, 94.8,000 20,909,200
Sacramento 10,934,200 110,541,200
San .lose 12,122,300 50,048,000
Stockton 9,414,200 47,610,900
Marysville 1,504,000 12,500,000
Portland ... 942,960 0,223,000
Total 07,914,400 (i 18,155,000
In 1890 01,480,800 555,575,800
There was a considerable falling off in
the movement during the month, yet
the total shows a large increase over
the corresponding month in previous
years. The totals for the three months
compare as follows with the correspond
ing months in 1S90:
1890 1891
September 84,981,300 77,149,900
October 93,532,800 98,813,300
November 51,430,300 07,914,400
Totals 229,094,400 238,877,900
The year 180! will go into history as
showing the heaviest freight movement
by rail from California'since the rail
road was completed in 1800.
TO HELP MORIARTY.
Representative Citizens to Raise a
Fund for Him.
Yesterday morning the friends of
Aasistant Chief of the Fire Department
Dan Moriarty met at the city hall, in
the oflice of the fire department, and
the following organization was effected :
Chief Moore, chairman; Martin C.
Marsh, secretary; and A. McNally,
treasurer.
A committee consisting of the follow
ing was appointed to meet at the same
place this morning at 9 o'clock sharp,
for the purpose of circulating a subscrip
tion for the relief of the injured assistant
chief:
J. M. Griffith, General Matthews,
Chas. Stilson, H. T. Hazard,
R. F. Del Valle, J. M. Meredith,
J. M. Skinner, Joe Mesmer,
L. L. Bradbury, John P. Moran,
J. Kuhrtz, Ben Stern,
S. M. White, R. E. Wirsching,
J. S. Thayer, Walter S. Moore,
J. A. Kelly, John Bryson,
Andy McNally, R. J. Northam,
D. F. Donegan, Will E. Knighten,
S. Grant, Hervey Lindley,
W. H. Clark, A. W. Barrett,
R. S. Baker.
YESTERDAY'S SHOOT.
The Turners Again Defeat the Com
pany A Men.
The Turner rifles and a team from
Company A, Seventh regiment, held a
shooting contest yesterday at the East
Los Angeles grounds. This is the third
match, all of which have been won by
the Turners. The Turners gave two
points to each of the Company A men.
The score is as follows:
TURNER RIFI.ES.
Piatt 3 4 4 4 3 4 5 4 4 3- 38
Singer 4 4 5 4 4 5 5 4 4 4— 43
(iuenther 5 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4— 43
Harris 4 4 5 2 4 4 4 4 4 5— 40
Wundhamna 444444544 4— 41
llauerwdss 444444434 5— 40
Werner 4 4 4 4 4 0 5 5 4 4— 38
Maler 5 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4- 40
Total 323
COMPANY A TEAM.
Miles '2 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 5— 40
Steerc 2 2 4 4 4 3 4 3 3 4 5- 38
Clarke 2 5 4 4 5 3 3 4 4 3 4— 41
Splittsloeser 2 4 5 3 5 4 3 5 4 4 4— 43
Hochdorfer 2 2 4 0 4 4 2 4 4 3 5— 34
McCroy 2 4 4 4 0 3 4 3 4 4 4— 3*i
"ray 2 5 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4— 45
Quaudt 2 3 2 4 4 2 4 4 2 4 3— 34
Total 317
■Handicap,
THE TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE.
Talk of Tar and Feathers for New
Operators.
Speaking of the telegraphers' strike
on the line uf lhe Southern Pacific, the
Tucson Star of Friday says : The situa
tion is beginning to look serious, and if
arrangements will not be reached soon
it may have very bad results. Seven or
eight operators have been sent from
Los Angeles, but they may probably be
persuaded not to go to work.
W. H. Moulthtop, traveling audi
tor of the Southern Pacific com
pany, was- given two hours in which
to leave the town of Lordsburg. If not
out of the town by that time the citizens
of Lordsburg threaten to give him a
coat of tar and feathers and ride him out
of town on a burro.
He took charge of the station there
until an operator came to relieve him.
The citizens are very indignant and in
tend to give a warm reception to any
scab operators.
Ntronii Witnesses.
Among the thousands of testimonials of cures
by Dr. Miles's New Heart Cure is that of Na
than Allisons, a well known citizen of Glen
Kurt. Pa., who for years had shortnets of
breath, sleeplessness, pain in left side, shoul
ders, smothering spella, etc.: one bottle of Dr.
Miles's New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve
and I iver Pills cured him. Peter Jaqnet, Sa
lem, N. J., i« another witness, who for twenty
years suffered with heart disease, was pro
nounced incurable by physicians, death stared
him in the face, could not lie down for fear of
smothering to .loath. Immediately after using
the New Cure he felt better and could lie down
aud sleep all night, and is now a well man.
The Now Cure is sold, also Free Hook, .by C. H.
Hance.
The Southern California railway sell
on Sunday, good to return the same
day, tickets at one fare for the round
trip, to all points on their line. This
includes Pasadena, San Bernardino,Red
lands, Riverside, Orange Santa Anaand
other points. Tickets on sale at 129 N.
Spring 6treet, and at First-street station.
D*PRICES
U^laPowder.
Used in Millions of Honesr—4o Years the Standard.
THE MAYOR'S HORSESHOE
SKY BLUE MONKEYS AND SHRIMP
PINK SNAKES ON THE WALL.
The Horseshoe Man as Frescoer Not a
Success—He Paints a Menagerie ou the
Mayor's Wall, and Makes a Stump
Speech From the Roof.
Some days ago that ingenious indi
vidual, who with rare ' diplomacy ex
changes gilded lucky horseshoes for
quarters or half-dollars, dropped in on
Mayor Hazard during business hours,
and with gentle mien and eloquent
words assured his honor that the he
ribboned shoe he displayed was from
the luckiest hoof of the mayor's favorite
roadster. The city's executive curi
ously examined the shoe, and actually
recognized it as one which had been
worn by his own horse. When, there
for the visitor generously offered
the mascot as a token of his devotion to
the head of the city government, Mr.
Hazard deigned to accept it and picked
out for it a conspicuous position among
the oflicial bric-a-brac.
Yet hia caller did not depart con
tented, but dangled about the executive
chamber hemming and hawing, until
eventually he scared up nerve enough to
ask Mr. Mayor for the loan of half a dol
lar. •
"I am very sorry, my dear sir," re
plied Mr. Hazard with urbanity, "but I
cannot establish a precedent by comply
ing with your request, which "might in
the future prove extremely irksome. I
desire to treat all persons alike in the
city, and, with a slight mental effort,
you will understand that it would be
quite some undertaking, as they say in
Paaadena, to lend four-bitato each man,
woman and child in Los Angeles. lam
compelled, therefore, to return your de
mand without my approval. I veto it."
The aged exponent of the flim-flam
game exeressed his deep regret that
such should be the situation, and ex
plained that he only asked the favor
because he was out of work and there
waa danger of his soul and body lashing
parting for lack of proper nourishment.
"What is your business?" asked his
honor.
"I am a painter by trade."
"Very well. I'll give you work out at
my house, where there is some painting
to be done. You may begin in the
morning."
Sure enough, the next day found the
horseshoe man hard at work painting
in the mayor's house. That is, he was
hard at work as long as the
mayor waa at home. No one
seems to know, however, what
happened after hiß honor departed for
his office and started in to veto ordi
nances and write an essay on street car
passes. So much is certain, that shortly
before noon the telephone alarm rang in
the mayor's office, and when Clerk Rob
inson answered it an excited female
voice remarked:
"Hello, hello! Please tell Mr. Haz
ard to come home immediately, for the
painter has gone crazy."
To say that the fighting mayor de
parted in haste is probably superfluous.
When he got home he found the horse
shoe man in a suit of much-bedaubed
overalls up on the roof making a politi
cal stump-speech to a meeting of excited
domestics from the neighborhood, while
several hard-fisted gardeners and
grooms were preparing to mount the
gables with ecaling ladders. The
hilarious devotee of art waß dragged
from his lofty perch and ousted from the
oremises in disgrace. When the mayor
entered his bouse, he found that the
horseshoe man had painted a whole
menagerie of sky blue monkeys and
shrimp-pink snakes on the Kitchen
wall.
Yesterday afternoon the horseshoe
man stood in earnest conversation with
a aeedy Milpitas tramp on Spring street.
Said he: "Ye see, Jim, I was hired to
fresco the interior of the mayor's house,
but Hazard treated me so d—d mean,
that I resigned the contract."
Read about Mullen, Bluett t fc Co.'s show win
dow in this isfue.
Only 92 hours Los Angeles to Chicago
by the Santa Fe route. Corresponding
quick time to all eastern cities. Through
Pullman palace and tourist sleeping cars
daily. Personally conducted tourist car
excursion to Boston and intermediate
points weekly. Ticket office 129 North
Spring at., Los Angeles, and Santa Fe
depot.
Read about Mullen, Bluett it Co.'s show win
dow in this issue.
Read about M ullen. Bluett & Co. and the Pas
adena Choral society, in this issue.
Horse blankets, clippers and buggy robes at
Foy's saddlery house, 315 N. Los Augeles street.
(lot a ticket of admission to the gracd concert
next Friday from Mullen, Bluett & Co.
Wesner's photos arc the bjst. 127 West First
street.
(Jet a ticket of admission to the grand concert
next Friday from Mullen, Bluett & Co.
Bismarck Biscuits
At H. Jevne's.
Call on Mullen, Bluett & Co. for a ticket to
grand concert next Friday.
Do yon want help? Jf so, insert an ad
on our classified page.
Read about Mullen, Bluett* Co. and the Pas
adena Choral society, in this issue.
Use German Family Soap.
miles's Nerve and Liver Pills.
Act on a now principle—regulatiug the liver,
stomach and bowels through the nerves. A
new discovery. Dr. Miles's Pills speedily cure
biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, con
stipation. LTnequalled for men, women, chil
dren. Smallest, mildest, surest ! fOdosts, 25
cents. Samples free, at C. U. Hance.
LETTER BAG.
What Is the IMfloreuce?
Editors Herald : What is the dif
ference between murdering a United
States sailor in Saa Diego and doing
the same thing in Chile? Query.
YiliOLD
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EMISSIONS, IMPOTENCY, MENTAL WORRY,
PERSONAL WEAKNESS, LOSS OF MEMORY,
DESPONDENCY, KIDNEY and BLADDER
TROUBLE, and all other diseases of mind and
body, produced by youthful follies and overin
dulgence, quickly and permanently cured by
Dr. Steinhart's
ESSENCE WII!
THE GREAT VITALIZER.
PRICE $2 PER BOTTLE
Or 0 bottles for JlO, or in pill form
at same price.
Call or write to
Dr. P. Steinhart,
331# S. SPRING ST.,
Los Angeles, - - - - Cal.
communications strictly confiden
tial aud private. Consultation and advice free.
OFFICE HOURS: From !» to J2, and 2 to
4; Sundays, 10 to 12; or on any evening by
special appointment.
11-14 Om
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Vitrified Brick for Paving - , etc.
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We make the scientific adjustment of Glasses
and Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per
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artificial eyes on hand. Glasses ground to order
on premises.
H. O. MARSIIUTZ, Scientific Optician,
229 8. Spring street. Theater Building.
Full stock ot fine opera glasses on hand.
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NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE
Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
Upholstering and Repairing. Goods delivered
free to all parts of the city.
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Telephone 100. 9-29 tf P.O. Box 87.
NOW OPEIST.
The National Restaurant and Oyster Parlor.
Open day and night. Private rooms for fami
lies aud ladies, 214 North Main street, op
posite Temple.
J. MARIETICH and J. ILL.ICH,
Proprietors.
Tagle stables,
122 South Broadway.
Good Teams at Reasonable Rate*. Telephone
No. 246.
I 11-5 3m W. F. WHITE, Proprietor.
WAGNER'S KIMBERLEY,
125 S. SPRING ST.,
Manufacturing Jeweler and Silversmith.
The largest and finest selected stock in Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, solid Silver Ware, Ac,
in Southern California. Come and get onr prices before purchasing elsewhere. We have to sell
over t2(),U00 worth of goods this mouth, and to do this we have got to sell at very close figures.
By getting our prices it will convince you that we are the lowest in tho city; the best goods and
never misrepresented. Our standing in Los Angeles for the last twelve years will give you a
guarantee to get exactly what you bought. We sh»ll make some special sales before Christmas
In some lines of goods, which we will sell very cheap and give our customers the benefit. Wo
sell opcia glasses lower than any house in the cny. and have 500 pit™ to select from, the cele
brated Leinair glass, the tiest in tho world. We will let the public know through this paper on
what day we will make these sales. Come one and all.
125 S. Spring St., Wagner's Kimberley. i O . n .i„
Ni l .ICS PEASE,
— r Wholeials and Eftail Dealer in all Linda of
lj R Eastern Parlor and
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Carpets, Oil Cloths, Linoleums
Agent for Phoenix Folding Bed and the Welch Combination Folding Bed, the
two best beds in the market.
PRICES AS LOW AS THE! LOWEST!
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ed for invalids as well as for
persons iv good health. Sold by GTocers every
where.
W. BAKER 4 CO, Dorchester, His.
12-l!)-12ro
PONY STABLES.
\
First class Turnouts at Reasonable Rates.
216-218 Requena street, below U 8. Hotel.
11-21 lm BRIGHT & SPRINGER, Props.
W. C. AIKEN,
ROOM 12 BURDICK BLOCK,
10-16 3m Comer Bpring and Second sts.
TO THE UNFOKTUNATE
Corner of Commercial,
tre a t men tof Sex ua 1 and
Seminal I ly rases, such
\ all Its formi^Beminal
Weakness, Impotoncy and Lost Manhood per
manently cured. The sick and afflicted should
not fail to call udou him. The Doctor has trav
eled extensively in Europe and inspected thor
oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a
groat deal of valuable information, which he la
competent to Impart to those in need of hia
services. The Doctor cures where other* fall.
Try him. DR. GIBBON will make no charge
unless he effects a cure. Persons at a distance
CURED AT HOME. All communications
strictly confidential. All letters answered In
plain envelopes.
Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box
1,957, Sau Francisco, Cal.
Mention Los AngelerHxrald. 07-12 m
DR. WONG HIM,
Chinese Physician nud Surgeon, has resided it
Los Angeles sixteen '10; veare. Hisreputatiou
as a thorough physician 'has been fully estab
lished and appreciated by many. His large
practice is sufficient proof of his ability and
honesty.
The doctor graduated in the foremost col
; leges, also practiced iv tne largest hospitals of
Canton, China, lhe doctor speaks Spanish
fluently. *
OFFICE: New number, 639; old number
117 Upper Main street. P. 0. box 864,
Station C. 11-17 lm
KALSOMINING AND PAPERING,
' STAB SIGN CO., 6-23 U 222 Franklla
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