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NEWS NOTES. United States Weather Otllce. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, September 13,1892: . Time. I Bar. |Thei 6:00 am. |30.0V 64 5:00 p.m. |30 03l 66 I Cl'u'88. I Cl'd'S*. Max- tern., 84; mln. tern., 53. Forecast. Weathfr forecast for the 24 hours ending at midnight, septa über 19th, for Southern Califor nia: Fair wea her: westerly winds; nearly stationary temperature. The funeral of Peter Bernbard An derson will be observed this afternoon at 2 o'clock, from Masonic hall, 125>£ South Spring street. * Miss Bertha Morris, of Hellman street, will play at the Chautauqua on Monday evening, at Y. M. C. A. audi torium. Miss MorriH, for one so young, plays with great skill. Complaints have been received at this office about the condition of tbe highway at the corner of Fifth and Los Angeles Streets, and Winston street on the rear side of the postofflce. In both places miasma-breeding pools of water are al lowed to stand and give out stenches. Last night at 7 o'clock, while the hook and ladder truck was running past the plaza, going to a lire, a young man named Billy Weston attempted to jump on. He missed his footing and fell to the ground, where one of the hind wheels ran over his left arm, breaking it below the elbow. He was brought to the receiving hospital and hia injuries were attended to by Dr. Bryant. There was an open meeting cf Stanton Poet and corps Saturday evening at their headquarters, Knights of Pythias hall, Main street. The time was spent in social intercourse, accompanied by a musical and literary entertainment. J. O. Sullivan, a member of Stanton Post, recited an original poem and was en cored, and responded three times to the calls, every time with an original piece. It is understood that Mr. Bullard, the purchaser of the old court house prop erty, will make the supreme court a proposition when they reach Los Angeles next month to provide perma nent quarters for the court in the new building he proposes to erect on the site of the old court house. It would be an admirable location for the supreme court, and prove a great contrast to the inaccessible rooms that tribunal now occupies. The following five delegates were elected by the Rivera Democratic pri mary to represent the Democrats of this precinct at the county convention next Tuesday : A. G. Reynolds, B. F. Gibson, Frank Coffman, Judge Paul B. Conant and Col. Thomas L. Gouch. It is understood from a poll of the dele gation that tbey are divided as between Gibson and Marsh for sheriff, but they go unpledged, and will support whom they consider the strongest man. An inquest was held yesterday morn ing upon the remains of Peter Bernhard Anderson, the fireman, captain of Chem ical company No. 1, who met with such a tragic fate Saturday by being run over by his own engine. The facts of the case were easily ascertained, and as no blame could be' attached to anyone for the unfortunate affair, a verdict was rendered to the effect that the deceased came to his death by being run over by chemical engine No. 1. Mr. Anderson was born in Norway and was 35 years old at the time of his death. PERSONALS. Henry Shaw is registered at the Na deau. Oscar A. Trippet, of San Piego, is at the Nadeau. Dr. E. L. Puett, the assistant surgeon of the Soldiers' home, is in the city. W. H. Brown, Reed Jones, and D. J. Spence, of San Francisco; G. B. Rich mun, of Salinas, are at the Nadeau. John S. Armstrong, Felix Learick and John R. Murphy arrived laat night from Arizona. They are at the Nadeau. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ainsworth, of Phcenix; S. C. Hunneman, of Tempe; and J. N. Marshall, of Tucson, are among the arrivals at the Nadeau, from Ari zona. Lost. Once lost, it is difficult to restore the hair. Therefore be warned in time, leat you become bald. Skookum root hair grower BtopE falling hair. Sold by flrnggists. iWonteliore Orthodox Congregation. Holiday services will be held at Ma sonic hall, 125 South Spring street, commencing Wednesday evening, Sep tember 21st. Dr. A. W. Edelman will officiate. Seats can be had at Henry Kline's, 104 South Main street. The Los Angeles Fieh company have pleasure in informing their customers that the oyster season commenced on tbe Ist inst., and that they have made ar rangements to secure a large quantity of the various different kinds of game for the forthcoming season, which com mences October Ist. Epicures will be glad to know that grouse and prairie chickens will also be in the market. K. Di List, notary public. Legal papers oare niivrtrnwn. 127 Wnst flerond. Telephone 1. Particular Fits Are PLACING us on the PROPER PATHWAY to PROSPERITY. To PLEASE and PROTECT you with our low PRICES is the POINT that must PREVAIL. We PROPOSE to PLACE our Bargains upon the Backs of the PEOPLE. PROTECT yourselves from PIRATES and PROCEED to visit our place, corner Main and Requena Streets. The New Golden Eagle Clothing Palace, PROPER PEOPLE TO PATRONIZE. LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1892. MEMORANDA. Bichloride of gold—Safe and aura cure for drunkenness. Silver Ash institute, Santa Fe Springs. A grand concert cannot be excelled, and tbe best dance music is always played by the Arend orchestra. Office, Wilson block. Papa Schurtz has succeeded in engag ing tbe Venetian Lady Troubadours for the Palace, and will appear at the Palace next Saturday evening. George Riddle will read Kate Wiggin's comedy lines entitled, The Rehearsal of the Ruggles Family for a Christmas Dinner, Friday, September 23d. Miss Cabriola, a native of Naples, Italy, is 19 years of age, and ie a perfect artist on the mandolin. She will appear Saturday evening, Sept. 21th, at the Palace. Miss Spinoaa, a native of Rome, Italy, was admired all over the world which she haa traveled, and her instrument. She will appear at the Palace, Saturday, September 24th. Grand opening of French millinery and pattern hats will commence Thurs day, Sept. 15th, and be continued till following Monday, at Mme. D. Gotthelf, 121 S. Spring street. Parents wishing to place their daugh ters in school will find the principal of St. Hilda's Hall, Glendale, at home afternoons until the opening of the ecbool, September 21st. Gold-mounted mirrors, swinging mir rors, bar mirrors, and mirrors in every style, can be had at Sanborn, Vail & Co.'s, 133 South Spring street. This is a leading feature of their business. Misa Paravicini, a lady 18 yearß of age, a direct relation from tbe doge of the City of Venice, one of tbe most pronounced artists on tbe mandolin, will appear September 24th at the Palace. Los Angeles to Long Beacb and re turn, 50 cenre, and San Pedro and re turn, 60 cents, on the Los Angelea Ter minal Railway, good going Saturday or Sunday, and returning Saturday, Sun day and Monday. The round trip to San Diego, Satur day and Sunday, $5, over the Surf line of the Southern California railway (Santa Fe route). Trains leave First street station at 8:15 a.m. and 3:05 p.m. Tickets good returning Monday. Misa Trampinali, a native of Mantua, Italy, ia 21 years of age, and is a suc cessor of a whole generation in her family, all of whom were artists on tbe mandolin, and she will appear at the Palace Saturday evening, Sept. 24th. Sanborn Vail & Co. of 133 South Spring street now have in stock an extra fine invoice of artists' materials, mirrors, moulding, etc. They make a specialty of frame pictures. They also carry a full line of etchings, engravings, fac-aimile and photogravures, etc. They have a select line of screens, some thing unique and odd. An invitation is extended to the public to inspect their elegant line of gpods. Miss Kampinoli, the beauty of Flor ence, Italy, who is the leading of the most and only existing Venetian Lady Troubadours, is 20 years of age, and has spent all her life in perfecting the man dolin to a degree which none ever could expect she could perfect. Miss Kam pinoli belongs to one of the highest and leading families In Florence, and only for the love of her instrument she travels around the world, in show ing her ability. She will appear at the Palace, Saturday, September 24th, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, fa mous for its cures of bad colds, and as a preventive and cure for croup, 50 cente a bottle. Chamberlain's Pain Balm, a general family liniment, and especially valuable for rheumatism, sprains, bruises, burns and frost bites, 50 cents per bottle. We cell Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, the most euc ceseful medicine in uae for dysentery diarrhoea, colic and cholera morbus, 25 and 50 cent bottles. St. Patrick's Pills. They are the best physic. They also regulate the liver and bowels. Try them, 25 cents per box. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment for tetter, aalt-rheum, scald head, ecze ma, piles and chronic sore eyes. 25 cents per box. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, druggist. Fall Millinery Opening. Today the Wonder millinery will have tbeir grand fall opening, and will display the moat elegant assortment of Parisian pattern hats and imported nov elties. Every lady ought to make it a point to go and inspect their display. Mr. Zobel went personally to the east ern markets to select hie stock, and he has succeeded in bringing together the most stylish and select assortment. The opening will be a brilliant one, and will still further promote the high opinion already enjoyed by this store. Mr. Zobel has made extensive improvements, and enlarged his store, besides adding a sec ond show window, which makes the Wonder the finest and best located mil linery store in town, and, besides, af fords ample room for the rapid increase of the business. Center Pieces and Brackets Bettor made and at half the price yon pay for them e'sewheie at McLean's, 132 Center Place. The largest 'tnek, latest designs, owest prices. THE BIBLE IS NOT A TEXT BOOK. Bishop Vincent on its Relation to Mankind. 1» Get at Its Treasures Yon Must Di; Into Its Heart. An Address Full of Beanttful Imagery Delivered at the Fir-t Methodist Church on the Bible's Relat ions to Humanity. Bishop John H. Vincent, L. L. D., since his arrival in Lob Angeles last Fri day, has been leading a busy life, but he responds to all the calls upon his time and resources with a cheerfulness and graciousness that have endeared him to those who have heretofore only known the noted divine through his Chautauqua and church work. The founder of the Chautauquan movement, which is known throughout the word, is still in the vigor of a robust, intellectual and physical manhood, andie now visit ing several conferences of the northern and southern .Methodist conferences in California Tomorrow evening he will be at the Y. M. C. A. auditorium, where he will meet Chautauquans, and Tuesday he will go to San Diego to preside at a conference; going thence to Arizona, to preside over ano her conference. He found time laat night, amidst the multiplicity of his calls, to deliver a scholarly and powerful sermon to an im mense audience at the First Methodist church on Broadway. When he entered the auditorium hundreds of handkerchiefs waved a Chautauqua salute. He took his text from the 2tst chap ter of St. John, the 21st and 22d verses: "Peter seeing him aaith to Jesus, Lord, and what shall this man do? Jesus aaith unto him, if I will that he tarry till I come, what ia that to thee? Fol low thou Me." The leading thought of the discourse was the lessons taught by tbe Bible in its relations to humanity. Tbe distinguished divine premised tbat the book is a •sealed book to those who do not study it, and get to the heart of it, and that it conceals ita divine truths from those who do not surrender them selves to the divine will. Jesus, although he came as a revela tion from heaven, refused to answer many questions, and rebuked those who asked tbem, said the speaker. When the Scribes and Pharisees asked Him by whaj authority He did certain things, He asked them by what authority John acted. When they replied that they could not tell, Jesus replied that neither would He tell them. When before Herod and Pilate He said scarcely any thing. When He spoke His parables He did it to conceal as much as to re veal. To satisty curiosity tbe Bible was the most unsatisfactory book ever writ ten. It does not reveal truth on the surface so that the man who merely glances at it finds the whole of it. Ihe Bible is not an encyclo pedia or a dictionary with definitions of all the theories that have grown up in the world. Its knowledge is not systematically arranged. It is no pyramid with stone on stone, but a hugh mountain, rough and irregular. If one wants to get at its real treasures they must dig down into the heart of it, and he who searches finds. It does not. gratify all the curioßitv that man craves, but reveals all that he needs. Humanity has been asking what it God? What is matter and mind; tbe play of divine forces on the human spirit; what about the dead, the inter mediate state, and the day of judgment, heaven and hell? The Bible says al most nothing abiut these tbings. The common idea is that the Bible is a text book, but it is nothing of the sort. People want to know the details; how the gates of Heaven aie made. The Bible says, What is that to thee? There are twenty or thirty theories about the atonement, but the Bible says. What is that to thee? The brain grows dizzy with all the questions, about which the Bible says, What is tbat to thee? But the speaker said, if it does not reveal all humanity craves, it reveals all he needs. It points out the path of duty. It is the basis. It teaches that free and responsible creatures are per sonally responsible to Almighty God. The basic idea is tbat every one shall give an account of himself to Almighty God. Upon this it speaks authorita tively. It teaches the objects of duty ; to God the Father.God the Son, tbe Holy Spirit, and to one's fellow-men. It reveals the reasons for duty. It reveals the doctrines necessary to duty, and goes no further. It reveals duty illustratively, authoritatively. It spends no time tarn- • pering with our arguments and reasons, and we feel, as we read it, that God has spoken. Bishop Vincent's addiess was full of beautiful imagery, and he spoke elo quently of the lessons which the noble characters in the old testament teach, leading up to Jesus who crowned them all; a character which is set forth for all the ages, the living exponent of virtue and truth. Following this line, in a number of graphic pictures, he le ferred to the young man just starting life, to the ambitious man, the suffer ing man, and urged them to follow Him. To the man who is impaled on the cross while people epit at him, let him follow Him who said: "Father, forgive them, they know not what they do." The example of Jesus, he concluded, is the perfect example of all ages. When hu manity comes to the Bible to find out what to do, the answer is plain, Follow Him. The man who is not willing to obey God has no business to know the mysteries of God. The Bible came not to reveal these mysteries, but to reveal man's duty; and he who surrenders himself to God will find it is a book that will become illuminated. The more lie studies it the more he will see between the lines. Grave Mistake. Physicians frt quently make mistakes in treat ment of heart disease. The rate of sudden deaths is dai y increasing. Hundreds become victims of the ignorance of j byilclani iv the treatment of thiß disease. One in four persons ha* a diseased heart, (shortness of breath, pal pitation and fluttering, irregular pulie, chok ing sensation, asthmatic breathing, pain or t ndoi ness in side, shoulder or arm, wean or hungry Bpe'.ls are symptoms of heart disease Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure is the only iclia ie remedy Thoui-auds testily to its wonderful cures. Books free Hold by C. H. Hance. Ho! For San Diegn. Don't fall to attend t""0 grand celehra'ion ol the 3"*oth anniversary of the discovery of Cal ifornia by Cabrillo, at San Diego, on Wednes day and Thursday, September 28th and 21th. Special cheap excurslou rates from all slations on the Santa Fe aud Southern Pacific. Removal Notice. Mrs. 8. Lawreuci, formerly of 235 f'onth Spring, street, haa removed her hairdressing, manicuring and beauty parlors to 353 South Spring street. Visiting Cards Kngraved 4t Langitadter'a, 214 west Second. Tel. 763. Absolutely the Best. It ts richest in pure cream of tartar j It is strongest in wholesome leaven ing power; It has the best keeping qualities and is the most economical; It contains no alum, ammonia or other deleterious substance ; All the ingredients used are pub lished on the label. Cleveland's Superior Da king Powder. SPECIAL MEMORANDA. Drink Red Ribbon beer. Tel. 44. Drink Pabat Blue Ribbon beer. Ger main Fruit company, sole agents. Be ware of imitations. Ineure with A. C. Goleh, 147 S.Broad way. Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50 cents per gallon. T. Vache & Co., cor. Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309. Fine liquors for' medicinal use, at H. J. Woollacott'e. Miss Lnidige, a native of Venice, who is now 18 years of age, when she was 12 years of age, waa a star on the mando lin. She will appear at the Palace Sat urday, Sept. 24th. Ring up telephone 44. Your goods will be promptly delivered. R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooms 1 and 2, Phillips block, N. Spring street. Woollacott wants 500 dozen bottles. Boys, bring them along. Blatz beer, Woollacott, agent. Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female, rectal diseases. Seventh and Main streets. Telephone 1031. Send a couple of cases of California wines to your eastern friends. Germain Fruit company. H. J. Woollacott, importer of fine liquors.. Dr. R. J. Goss, corner First and Spring streets, rooms 39 and 40, new Wilson block, makes a specialty of diabetes, paralysis and rheumatism. Napa soda, Woollacott, agent. Pure California wine put np in cases by H. J. Woollacott. Send a ta»e to yonr friends. 124 and 126 N. Spring street. Miss Tagliani, a beautiful brunette, one of Italy's leading belles, who is noted for accomplishments on the man dolin, appears at tbe Palace next Satur day evening. Tbe latest novelties in the picture line are those art prints on satin and em boEeed mounts, which have had eoch a great sale in San Francisco and New York. Tbe entire line has been im ported from Berlin by Sanborn, Vail & Co., 133 South Spring Btreet, and is now od exhibition. Special for a Short Time Great American Importing Tea Co. are giving extra double pr tents to everybody at their stores, 135 N. Main street and 3518. Spring street, Los Ange'es. Ti.elr Teas, CoCf es and Spices are pronounced perfection. Visit their stores and get the best. New and Old Books, Magazines, Etc. Booc Exchange, Corner Second and Mala sts Gents' Hats Cleaned, Dyed snd Pressed. Hartley, hatter, 264 3outh Main sire t. • Wa'lpapr. 237 8. Spring, samples sent. SICK Head- Jf&L Aches. Sick-headaches are tho outward Indications of derangements of the Btomach aud bowels. As Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla, is the only bowel regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, it is seen why It is the only appropriate Sarsaparilla in sick-hoadachcs. It is not only appropriate, it la an absolute cure. After a course of it an occa sional dose at intervals will forever after prevent return. Jno. M. Cox, of 735 Turk Street, San Francisco, writes; "I have beer, troubled with attacks of sick-headache for tho last three years from one to three times a week. Some time ago I bought two bottles of Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla and have only had one attack since and that was on the second day after I began using it." IRV'Q Vegetable JUI VSarsaparilla Most modern, most effective, SI; 6 for $9. FLIES DIE WHEN "T. B." INSECT" POWDER IS USED.— Pold in 2 ox. *prinkle-top tins, % lb, lb, Ilb and 6 lb oms. At ail druggists and grocers. MOTHS Quickly destroyed and easily prevented by using TARINE. SOLD IN CANS ONLY. kVkV~ At all drug stores. V. W. BRATJN Sc CO., 6-22 lyr Wholesale Agents. INJECTION. TRUE Onanatte Cure fro Gonorrhoea, Chroaio Gleet. Run ning Ulcere or Strictures aad Leuoorrhcea of long stand ins positively eared from Sto 14 days. Bold by Druz (HßtilMfd only by SOUTHER V CALIFORNIA tjUSKB CO., loa Sngrlea, Cal.. V. B. A. _ Price. 01. r. Box H> FAMILY LIQUOR STORE T Te *- 396 - ' f Tel. 396. r THE PACKAGE HERE REPRESENTED ILLUSTRATE* 115 S. Spring THE OLD TAYLOR!'COOPERAGE and BRANDING. U5 S. Fprio, J. P. TAGQART" &, 00. ==^—— GRAND FALL OPENING! —„ | PARISIAN PATTERN HATS AND IMPORTED NOVELTIES. ■ Everybody Cordially Invited. gj I'm mm HANCOCK BANNING, IMPORTER OF 80UTH FIELD WELLINGTON LUM P - : - C O A L OFFIOE: 130 WEST SECOND STREET, TEI EPHONE Sa Yard, 838 North Main Street. Telephone 1047. ■ WOQr> AND KINDLINQ. 7-99 PTf ATP SIGNS ! SIGNS ! II I VI MR, WM. MfcRQKLL, late of Omaha, Neb., I ■ ~TT I ml ft now located with OIUII 06. STROMEE, • For rapid work, low prices aud modern stylos, a share of your patronage la solicited. Card Signs Mu'llu Signs, Wire .Signs, Bras* Signs, Signs of every description. Political work donf at ahort notice at reasonable ratea. SEXUAL DISEASES! /^^^^^^^ DR. WHITE. TBI EMINENT SPECIALIST, Continues to cure PRIVATV, NERVOUS and CHRONIC DISEASES oi both sexes. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilis, im potency. Night 1 os«es. Varicocele promptly cared. Blood, Kidney, Bladder and Nervous diseases treated with remaikable success. Dr. White la the oldest specialist in the city. DISPENSARY, 116 E FIRST STREET, Kooms 12, IS, 14, 15. HIGH-BRED STOCK! AX AUCTION. Sixty Head of Horses Will be sold without reserve at public auction at Santa, Paula, Cal., ON Saturday, September 24. The majority of the animals are well broken, and include driving, draft and saddle horses and brood mares. Approved paper payable in two, four and six months, ana 5 per cent discount for cash sales of over $500. The stock is from Hesperian, Saxton and Newry, and is from the famous Los Alamos ranch, Santa Barbara county. N. A. COVARRUBIAS, AUCTIONEER. C. F. A. LAST, BUCCBBSOB TO 131 N. MAIN ST., Wholesale and Retail Wine i Liquor Merchant Finest stock of Old Hermitage, W. H. He- Bra) er. Old Crow, Spring Hill, New Hope. Blue Grass, Boi d & Lillurd. Mellwood, Old Taylor, etc. Straight Kentucky Whiskies. Family and m dlclnal trade solicited. 6 303 m C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist & Chemist, 222 N. Main St., Loa Angeles. Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night. »23tt a^H Repuirlng promptly attended to. Old trunks taken In excha J. C. CUNNINGHAM, Manufacturer of and dealer ln Trunks and Traveling Bags. 7-3 3m 136 Sonth Main street. Tel. 818. foos gas wm FOR ALL PURPOSES. _jj Material and Steady Power, Etc., Etc. They cost less to operate than any other pow er. First-class satisfaction. Call and see en gine operate, or write for circular. S. W. LUITWEILER, 200 N. Los Anareles St., Los Angeles. 8-4, 3m d w COALING. An article needed in every family for wash ing clothes and all kinds of cleaning. Itaon taflistiO ACID, I>o LIME, NO POTASH. Used in the East wl'h success for years. Uni versally useful. Factories mills, printers, housekeepers, engineers, and persons woiklng where tbe hands become sore and strained. It leaves the hands soft and white, and cures cuts and scratches on the skin. No scrubbing; no muscular labor. In cleaning house, as a delicate woman can clean wlthont fatigue. It saves paint. For cleaning paint, varnished surfaces, window glass, mirrors, gold frames, marble furniture, silverware, showcases, bronzes, cut glass, gloves and gaa fixtures. It removes paint, pitch or tar from tbe hands or clothing readily. Anything soiled by oil or freaae, flies, pencil marks or dirt of any kind, t will clean without soap or water. U>ed ln hotels and steamers for washing dishes. For the bath it has no equal. For cleaning false teeth. It saves that peculiar annoyance to so many. It cures the poison of poison oak, and removes sunburn, lilrectlona on evry bottle; 50c per quart bottle. W.K. KOGKRS, agent, P. O. box 638,125 East Third street, • os Ange les, Cal. 9 11 lm REMOYAL_ NOTICE. Messrs. PIEONI & BLATRI, manufacturers of Native Wines and Brandies, beg to inform the citizens of Lob Angeles and vicinity that they are now permanently located at No. 340 North Main street (Baker block), where they have opened an office and spacious sales room for conducting their city and jobbing business. Family trade respectfully ' solicited and promptly attended to. Pure wines and brandies of enr manufacture for medicinal uses. Telephone 836. P. 0. box 1077, Station C. N. B — Proprietors of West Glendale Winery and Vineyards. 7.3 3 m MANICURING, CRIMFING, SHAMPOOING, SINGEING, "a™ 1 " wonder hair parlors MRS. M. CODIB, 219 Sonth Spring street.