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The Herald. It is cheap, brings quick
returns, and places the advcrttsei in
direct communication with those he
wishes to reach.
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: Special rates for a longer period. S
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Persons wanting situations, help, or wishing
to rent, buy or sell property, will do well to
advertise in The Herald.
OP HOI A I.
MINING INVESTMENT.
Attention capitalists. I am now forming a
syndicate to purchase and operate the Volcanic
mines. The property embraces six lull claims,
gold-bearing of high-grade ore. A large
amount of development work has already been
done, and the property ia now ready for im
mediate production. The Volcanic is well
known In mining circles, and is considered one
of the best dividend-paying mines on the
coast. For the purpose of raising an operat
ing fund, the stock can be had at a nominal
figure. Books arc now open for stock subscrip
tions the money to he paid on dote of election
Of officers, to be made by the stock subscribers.
Every subscriber comes in on Ihe ground floor,
as the property is not loaded up. This is a
first-class chance for a small or large Invest
ment, where a per cent of 40 to 75 per cent is
guaranteed upon the amount of capital in
vested. For full particulars call on or address
E. W.WOOD, mining department, Guarantee
Loan and Mortgage Company, rooms 209 and
210 Slinison block, Third and Spring sts.
6-8 tf
OTTCE-THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER
company w ill strictly-enforce the follow
ing rules: The hours for sprinkling are be
tween 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and liand Bo'clock
p. m. For a violation of the above regulation
the water will be shut off and » line of if 2 will
be charged before the water will be turned on
again. 8-i7 tf
THE SAKE DEPOSIT BOXES OF THE STATE
Loan and Trust company are enclosed in a
fire-proof and burglar-proof vault, with time
locks and brilliantly lighted with elect Iclty;
alcoves attached lor the private cxaroin-tlou
of valuables, with writing materials; a young
lady iv atttendance. tf
MESMIN'B rE M ALE~piLLS~ AS A SPECIFIC
monthly medicine lor immediate relief
lor painful and Irregular menses—from what
ever case. For s»le by FREEMAN Ji CARPER,
102 N. Spring st Price, if 2 per box.
F. BLOPER, HOUSE MOVER. OFFICE
. 12 Center place. 1-15 ti
)>Ekson«L.
Triche Coffee company is ready for busi
ness. Restaurants, hotels and everybody who
drinks coffee lake notice thnt we ate prepared
to furnish you the best coffee in the united
States for the same prices as you are paying
now for ordinary coffee. One spoonful of the
Triche coffee equals in strength and purity
two of tiie ordinary brands. You have never
drank good coffee until you have used tiie
great Triche coffee. Send in your orders t0313
W. sixth St., telephone 206. 3-18 tf
IPERSONAL1 PERSONAL — COFFEE, FRESH* ROASTED
everyday* Java and Mocha, Hoe. lb.; Moun
tain coffee, SOS,; II lbs. Rolled Wheat, Oats, 25c;
Gcrmcn, 20c; 8 lbs. Corn Meal, 15c. • 3 cans
Apricots, 25c; ti lbs. Raisins, 25c: 10 lbs.
Peaches, 25c: 22 lb brown sugar. $1: 8 lbs
Beans, 25c; I'ork, 9*.., c; Bacon, 12' a c. ;50 bars
SoHp, $\i Wood Pails, 15c; Brooms, 15c.
ECONOMIC STORES, 305 S. Spring.
CHASE'S MARKET, 618 S. SPRING—STEW
ing mutton, 3c; rib or shoulder mutton
chop, s lbs 15c; leg of mutton, 8c; 2 lbs round
steak, 15c; 6 lbs boiling beef, 25c; good roast
beef, sc: 2 ibs pork sausage, 15c; 2 lbs good
pork chops, 15c; 8 lbs salt pork, 3oC{ A lbs rib
steak. 25c: 4. lbs spare ribs, 25c, etc, etc.
CHASE'S MARKET, 618 S. Spring st. 1-30 ly
I PERSONAL— RALPH BROS—t"IOLD _ BAR
Hour. BOoj city Hour, 7001 granulated
Migar, 19 lbs. $1; brown sugar, 22 lbs. # ; 6
lbs. roiled oats, 25c; sardines, 5 boxes 25c:
tomiiaes, 2 cans 15c; midland coffee, 25c lb;
eastern oil, 75c; gasoline, 75c: 4 packages
starch, 25c; lard, 10-lb. can, 80c; 5 lbs., 45c
601 S, Spring st., corner Sixth.
/Tlimps"eis" of america-read the
\JT coupon offer today. If you avail yourself
ol tbe opportunity you can easily in; kc
FIN «»CIAL.
I pacific loa'nT'ompany.
(INCORPORATED).
Loans money in any amount on all
kinds of collateral securities, dia
monds, jewelry, sealskins, merchan
dise, etc. Also on pianos, iron and
steel safes, without removal. Par
tial payments received. Money
quick. , Business confidential Pri
vate office for adies.
W. E. DEGROOT, Manager,
8-29 ly Rooms 2, 3 and 4, 114 S. Spring st
Rational loan and investment co.—
Money to loan upon collateral security,
jewelry, diamonds, fu'S. prolessional libraries,
pianos, lodging-house and hotel furniture,
merchandise, etc.; business strictly private and
confidential. John Mitchell jones, mana
ger, room 7,121 Temple St., cor. Temple and
New High sts. 5-27 ly
TO LOAN—SSVib~TOSIOO,OOO, O>TcITY~AND
country property; rt*£ to 8 percent net;
without delay; inorlgages and bonds bought
and sold; loans made on personal security.
JOHN L. PAVK.OVICH. broker, 220 West First
street. 5 13 tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, JEWEL
ry. watches, pianos, seulskins, live stock,
carriages, bicycles and all kinds of personal
and collateral security. LEE BROS.,
2-18 ly 402 s, Spring st
"a~GOOD FEW COUPONS
Xjl and dimes will secure one of the finest
works of art in America. Rend the great cou
pon offer elsewhere.
I "Tor ~ sale"-— a lot of guaranteed
' street improvement bonds. Aupiy to C.
BCHEERER, 237 W. First street; oilice hours,
10, 10:30 a.m. 4-4 tf
\f ONEY"tO LOAN IN LARGE OR SMALL
ill amounts at current rates on approved se
curity. WHATLEY & CO., 203 Bradbury
building. 5-20 tf
MONEY - TO - LOAN AT CURRENT RATES.
CHaS. M.STIMSON,23OW.Firsist. Noocm
misslonschargcd. First-class mortguyes bought
4-S tf
FOR BEN I'-HOUsfS.
lOWNI OWN 19 HOUSEsrFURNISHED AND UN
furnished, for rent: also, 400 building lots
for sale on installments, and ac for suh
divislon on easy terms. MATTISCN, 911 South
Hill street. 12 12 tf
S~ ANTA _ MONICA HOUSES"TCPRENT AND
lor sale In this lovclv seusblu resort. DOW
SING a MAC YIN E. 231 West First st. 5-11 tf
n J BOOH HOUSE.~~2b' CASTELAR BT.
mVr ti-S lm
FOB KK-T-li()II.UH
A LLEN BLOCK, COR.'fTpiu'NG'ANITTEM
-1- pie, lias large newly-furnished sunny
front rooms, 7.'.c per day; üb>o unfurnished
rooms for offices. 0-1 7t
|7 OR RENT -TIIREIFirdoMS, LO«~ER PART
J of bouse, completely furnished, with piano,
for light housekeeping; also single rooms.
OzO S. Broadway. 5-27 lm
11 1' It NISIIE D ROOMS—THE — i*Ai IKEIt7 424
1 W. Fourili si.; single or en suite; ulso fur
xi.fiht d rooms for light housekeeping.
J -"OR RENT TWO FURiSsHED ROOMS EN
1 suite. 11J S. Olive, upper flat. 6-0 31
ISURNIBHED "ROOMS TO~LET~LI(iHT
housekeeping, 325 Buena Vista st. 1124tf
I."IOR BENT-PLE is ANT FURNISHED ROOMS
I lit low raics. IHH Banning st. 5-23 I m
FO li*. *T— til.Cht L Jftgllll-t.
W ITH
J hie for wood and coal business; rent rea-
I'lnqltle. SE. curlier Main ami Seventccnlh.
Kll '.i.i AND I I Msn h,Ks.
M" 'ifROPOLITA N~STEAM" DYE WORKS,~24I
Franklin st. lino dying and cleaning.
1-13 tf
|) aii ISIA. ndy e~w or X S," 275"sdFTH MAIN
1 st, best dyeing in the city. 11-3 tf
1." lOR BALE—OLD PAPERS In" QUANITTIE3
to suit, at liiis ollici-.
* hCHITBU i s
ri H. BROWN, architect7"j;ijoms oTS)
Ue 510' and 517 Btimson building. S7 tl
HELP W ANTKO-M ILK.
WANTED— PILE LAY
era, shovel men, and all kinds of laborers
forTailroad construction in Arizona. Railroad
fare 5J6.20: board $3 per week; wages from
8J1.50 to 52.50. PETTY. HUMMEL & CO., 3''o
and 302 W. Second, cor. Broadway. Tel. 509.
6-6 31
Y\7ANTED —ALL NEEDING HELP, FREE
V V employment or any information, address
E. NITTINGER'B BUREAU, established 1880.
Office, a Spring st; residence, 451 a
Hope St., corner Fifth, Los Angeles, Cal. Tele
phone 113. 8-16 tf_
/"TITY AND COUNTY OFFICIAL FREE LA
\J bor bureau, 640 New High s'. Telephone
1153; lor cooks, waiters, household help, me
chanics and laborers. W. A. WHITE, manager.
1110 tf
I JETTY, HUMMEL A CO., EMPLOYMENT
agents, 31)0-302 West Second St., California
bank building basement, corner Second and
Broadway Telephone 509.
IVANTEP—
THE LOB ANGELES MUTUAL LIFE AND
Accident Insurance Company, 327 Brad
bury block, is now issuing regular policies on
Us liberal and popular plan, and offers attrac
tive inducements to desirable solicitors, either
men or women; send for explanatory circulars.
6-2 lm _____
WASrsn-stirJAinKi
Vt7 ANTED—SITUATION BY EXPERIENCED
VV and competent coachman to take care of
horses, carriages and make himself generally
useful. Address G. T., Box 20, Herald office.
6 8 7t
WANTED — SITUATION BY" A WORTHY
young girl to take care of children or to
do light housework. Call at Sisters of Mercy,
119 E. Third st 6-7 tf
\T7 ANTEI> —SITUATION BY A GOOD TEAM
TV sler: steady and reliable; city or coun
try; state wages. ED AUSTIN, 133 N\ Main st,
1.6s An eles Cal. 6-7 4t
W ANTED—U ISCKLLANKOIIS,
JUNE 18, A FURNISHED
TV bouse, from 4 to 6 rooms, with bath, by a
young married cou.le, who are responsible
parties; can give the highest ol references;
will be permanent if satisiactory arrangements
can be made; state loca ion ami rent. Ad
dress "House," box 50, Herald office.
IX7ANTED—-OWNERS TO LIST THEIR
V V property, for sale or exchange, with us;
we have several wants for all classes of real
estater send In full description of what you
have and what you want for it, together with
lowest price, to DOWSING i MAC VINE, 231
West First st 5-11-tf
"I \T AN TE D-50 OR mIhTesACKS OF GREEN
TV wain ts; must be picked at once; state
price per sack delivered at railroad depot Ad
dress P. O. Box 722, San Bernardino. 6-8 71
A\ t ANI~Ei7aT ONCE—ALL KINDS OF BEO
-t T ond-hand furniiure forspot cash : highest
prices paid. LEWIS & ALDERSCN, 312 A
Main St. Tel. 1108. 1-10 tf
-II'ANTED-YOU TO SAMPLE OUR ENG
TT lish Breakfast, Oolongs, Japans, Ceylons,
at the English Tea and Coffee Company. 3il
W. Second st. 3-6 5m
Vl T ANTED- OLD CLCVTHING-ORDERS BY
* T mail promptly attended to. 8. GREEN
GART, 107 Commercial street. 5 13 am
ANTED—SSOOO WORTH OF* SECOND
ltand furniture for cash. THOS. MITCH
EI.L. flo2s. Main st. 6-2 lm
KUK SALK —CITY PKOKKKIT.
of twelve rooms, elegantly finished, besides
abasement fitted up with laundry with sta
tionary tubs, not and cold water, telephone,
electric and modern improvements: high attic,
capable of making four large rooms; large
china cl sets, eightclosets. halls, etc.; live tire
filaces, and a number of flues. Twelve acres of
and with water supply piped under p essure,
and large stream of never failing water; splen
did opportunity for tisn ponds. Within a mile
of the city limits, one block from depot on
Terminal railroad. Orchard of finely assorted
fruits: flowers and usual outhouses: fine views;
title perfect. Price !fB5OO, being cost of the
improvements: terms liberal, or will t-ake as
cash payment one-half in residence property
in this city. Address W. L. P., P. O. Box 565.
Los Angeles, Cat 4-5 tf
— —WOLFskILLTrRTcT- -
Homeseekers, speculators see this; two lots
in Wolfskin tract at great bargains, one has a
70 foot lrontage on Ceres street that can be
bought this week for $100. These lots lie be
tween sth and 6tli st. near depot. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 21 W. First St. 6-6 tf
BUSINESS COR^ErTIoT - — UNDIVIDED
half Interest, Downey avenue and Daly
street, in the business center of East Los An
geles; mortgage foreclosed; my client must
sell at great sacrifice. Addr ss JAY E. HUNT
ER, attorney, Stimson block, fourth floor,
cltv. ' 8 13 tf
I7IOR SALE—AT A BARGAIN; NEAR IN COT
' tage, O rooms, hall, gas, etc furnished,
large lot 00x105; apples peaches, plums and
tigs enough for large fanillv. situated at lO'.'S
S. Flower st. Inquire of J. F. GOODENOW, 130
S. Broadway or on the premises. 0-0 3t
I,"OR~"sALE— IN WOLFSKILL
tract, with substantial house: 50x200;
alleyway; on corner; terms of the easiest kind.
558 Ceres aye. or address W., Herald oilice.
6-1 14t
0 I ROOM HOUSE. 20 CASTELAR ST.
Zi 0-9 lm
T SELL THE EARTH
1 12-25 tf R. S. BASSETT. Pomona, Cal.
FOB SALK—LIVE STOCK.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—A GENTLE
driving horse; will sell cheap or trade for
buggy. CHARLIE LEE, 2145 Bay st. Inquire
at Bryson lumber yard, Seventh st. bridge. It
I"iOR SALE OR RENT—JERSEY OR HOL
-1 stein cows, bulls and thoroughbred rigs;
bulls for service: green pasture. Apply to
Niles, Washington st.. cor. Triniiy. 5-i< lm
FOR SaLK-MI-CKLL iMCOUs.
F""6r'saLE— QUARTZ MILL; ONI FlVE
stamp mill complete ready to run, one
triumph concentrator complete; one F. V con
centrator complete; one Dodge rock breaker;
one derrick complete. All the above are near
ly new and in tine shape and ready for shl]i
ment on short notice. The w hole will be sold
lor $2500 cash or on time on approved security.
Apply to, or address it. B. TAYLOR, South
Riverside, Cal. 5-30 lm
I"IOR"SALE—ONE NEW SET OF~IVOKY
1" billiard balls; one new set of composition
pool balls. 1450 J.; San Fernondo si. 0-3-7t
TTIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR - MIsFIT - AND
IT second-hand clothing at MYERS , 132 E.
First st. 4-23 tf
1 ""OR SALE—A GASOLINE STOVE: " THE
JT newest pattern; cheap. 213 S. Soring st.
0-H 3t
Kl>l)t>' • lil»Al,.
\Y*OODBURY BUSINESs"cOLI.KGE,'22G S?
W Spring it., the oldest, largest aud finest
equipped commercial school- iv Southern Cali
fornia; a thorough course in the cummeicial
branches and banking; a superior and suc
cessful -horthand and typewriting department
and o practical English course; new college
rooms, perfectly lighted and ventilated; elec
tric elevator ior pupils' use; new furniture
and appliances: open'ill the year; pupils re
ceived ai any time: illustrated catalogue and
full ii,formation free. G. A. HOUGH, presi
dent; K. G. FELKER, vice-president. 4-4 ly
Losangei.es business college
am) english training school.
(Incorporated), 144 South Main street.
Largest and besi equipped business training
school on the coast. Thorough and practical
courses in tho commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraph .assaying and all English
branches. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructors. Day and evening sessions. Term*
reasonable. Call at office or write lor elegant
catalogue. E. F. BCH RADER. president: F. W.
KELSEY, vice-president; 1. L. INSKEEP, sec
retary I'-l'i iy
i hki' 4 n i) roc no.
4"p.m. terminal from
1 jLos Angeles to Pasadena, May 31st, tobacco
pouch com ining $12.00. l.cave at this office
and receive reward. ti-7 2t
1 (IS T- -1. AllY K~WHITE ENAMELeI) - IiOLD
I 1 breastpin in shape of marguerite with dia
mond in center; liberal reward. Return to
I.IIST, Herald. 0-2 tf
HIISI'I I >!■*.
I PACIFIC SANITARIUM, PICO AND HOPE
streets. Large, airy and conveniently ar
ronged ior patients. The service is the best to
be secured. Tel. No 138.
QISTERS' HOSPITAL, BEAUDRY AVENUE.
II largest and most complele hospital in tho
city Spacious grounds, largo rooms and supe
rior attention. Tel. No. 220.
— - - =s
FA.'HNIK, <Ji.P V UK) MIS K'l'C.
IPatents1 Patents for i n ventors" in YlTcoun
tries obtained, bought and so d; trade
marks, copyrights, etc., by S. .1. DAY it Co.,
patent attorneys, rooms 382*888 Bradbury
building, Eos Angeles. Established 1849. l-28tf
HAZARD&TOVV.NSE.NII, ROOM I)I,DOWNEY
block. Tel. 347. Loa Angelea. 11-31 -tf
CON I'KAdTOIiS.
C ION RAD ~B CH E R Ei%~G R A NIT E, "b IT U MIN
j ous and asphalt paving. 23, W First st.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 1894.
__BtJ«|N»e« OPPOKTUNIjriKij^^
OF
all kinds for sale and exchange by
T. M. KILLIAN. Office, 13i> South Spring st
dkOPA—LARGE. WELL EQUIPPED AND
paying delicacy store and restaurant
This store haa a large trade and can be greatly
lncreaaed. Apply to T. M. KILLIAN, 130 South
Spring street.
DELICACY AND BAKERY. SICK
3rlTrV neaa only cause for sacrificing this
store. See about thia today. T. M. KILLIAN,
130 South Spring street
dfc'JAA—FRUIT, CANDY. CIGAR AND COLD
er»>UU drink stand. Best located and best
paving stand In the city. Large living room.
Full value in stock. See this without delay.
T. M. KILLIAN, 130 South Spring street
dkaiTSr'-CIHAR STORE—A GOLDEN OP
epj I*l portunity for someone; a good, easy
living can be made here with a very small in
vestment; full value In stock and fixtures.
Information will be given by T. M. KILUAN,
130 South Spring street
tOT-T— LARGE. CENTRALLY LOCATED
• ><•> cigar store, doing a business of <|>375
a month: large club room In rear; also living
room; low rent I, M. KILLIAN, 130 South
Spring street
LODGING HOUBEB
LODGING HOUSES
Parties Intending to Invest In lodging
houses will And it to their Interest to call and
investigate the bargains I have.
4£*-ifW_Y~ 4l POOMB, COMPLETELY AND
•P«)uUv beautifully furnished; located on
Spring atreet, and the rent Is the most reason
able to be found in the city. T. M. KILLIAN",
130 S. Spring st
filtAA-20 ROOMS. BEAUTIFULLY FUE
«P l«>lrV nished, in first-class location. T. M.
KILLIAN, 130 8. Spring at.
tttrtrtn—s3oo CASH, BALANCE EASY PAY
eF*I»yU ments, will buy 'ho furniture of 12
rooms in fine location. T. M. KILLIAN 130 S.
Spring st. 6-7 3t
RESTAURANT
IMMENSE BUSINESS OPENING; ONE OF
the very best restaurants in the city; estab
lished for years; low rent: principal street: re
ceipts over ftJO dally; books open for thorough
Inspection: never offered for sale before; price
onlys 200; bona tide: sure paving investment.
Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 VV. Firbt st. 6-8 tf
—: GROCERY :
CORNER GROCERY, WELL LO-
JrtH'V'. catea: 4 large living-rooms; long
ISMS on premises; rent oniv -T-o >t month;
stock can be had at Invoice; lias never been
offered for sale before; good horse, wagon, etc.
Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st. 6-3 If
F-"0R SALE—OWING TO OTHER BUSINESS
of a pressing nature, the Herald lob
office is for sale at a positive sacrifice. Call at
309 W. Second st. and be convinced. 6-2 tf
wS«>—rt-BARGAINT^NICE LITTLE FRUIT,
3r_r<»* candy and cigar store, corner; rent
of ground ou ys4 a month; building included
—lease for one year; see this at once; stock
and building alone worth the money Apply
tj BEN WHITE, 221 W. Fi.st st 5-2H tf
OAM WILL BUY
BptHIU established and besl-paylng coal oil
routes in the city; pays over jp,oo a month
profit; over 400 steady customers; good horses,
wagons, etc. See BEN WHITE, 221 W. First st.
6-8 tf
BUI CHER SHOP IN THRIVING COUNTRY
town close to this city; nays a profit of ifs_
per day clear and above all expenses; trial
given. Apply BEN WHITE, -.1 W. First st,
5-22 tl
iHdSgTnO HOUSF.! 12 ROOIIsTcLOSE IN;
L. $550 will buy the lease and furniture;
part cash; balance eaay payments; see this
bargain. Apply to BEN WHITE, 2.1 W, First.
_____ 6 31 tf
—CIGAR STORE DOING A GOOD
np 1 _»J business: good corner. Apply this
day on premises to owner, 500 S. Spring st.,
comer Fifth. 0-5 tf
LODGING~~H~OUSE; 30 NEATLY - FUR
nished rooms; $750 cash; balance pay
ments to suit; price $1100. BEN WHITE, 2 1
VV. First St. 5 31 tf
TV- A NTED—A PARTNERIN REST AU It ANT
V V to attend to cash aad manage the front.
Call or address 134 E. First st. 0-0 14t
*_'*fWl — RESTAURANT AND NINE Rooms
■POUU overhead, pnrtlyfurnisued; low rent;
a bargain. WHITE, 221 W. Firsts:. 0-5 tf
I" f"y6u want to dispose OF yoir~bus7- t
ness without delay apply to HL'UEIt &
BARNARD, 227 W. Second. «•! lm
TJMhF - sale "at~fomona-i sell - THE
f* earth .Spvprat ~_,.( hnsinea. ~ticniu»«
R. S.BASSETT." " "
(a SELL YOUR~BUSINESS PROMPT LY~FOR
_ cash go to B. WHITE, 221 W. First st. 2-Kltf
BEN WHITE, 221 VV. FIRST ST., CAN SELL
or exchange your property quick. 5-29 tf
A' CH -NCE~ OF ~A LIFETIME—READ TUB
great coupon offer in tlfis paper.
FOX ."s.I..—CODHTHI I OI KKry.
I, -lOR SALE—C HE A PErrFIRRIG ABLE_. N D
. near Los Angeles; no water rates to pay.
Price less than half of usual rates—loo acres
out of the east 200 acres of Tejunga ran b, the
excepted 40 acres being in SrJ. corner, hereto
fore sold to aud improved by John Co.. ktleva.
tifm about 1200 feet above sea level; 10 miles
due north of Loa Aneeles, 15 miles by road.
The soli Is line decomposed granite the south
and east parts especially choice; the northwest
is injured by rock. There is a tine stream of
water, dtemed ample for the entire 2-tO acres,
piped out on and belonging to tbe SOfl acres
alone, with reservoir on separate tract 100 feet
n:ore elevated than the center of this tract.
There Is also included in thia piece SO acres of
land purchased of the railroad company many
years ago from which is diverted the water, the
title of which water, however, has been here,
tofore perfected by appropriation. There is a
good deal of wood and some arable land on
the 80 acves. The 200 acres is patented land,
being a part of the 4400 acres of Tejunga ru.ich
grant. Price, $75 per acre for the IUO acres,
being $ 12,000 for the entire property, Includ
ing *0 acres, reservoir, water pipes, water, etc.
Terms, one-third cash: balance in one and two
years, 9 per cent interest. Would accept Los
Angelas city property for one-hulf the purchase
price, or will sell the laud separately in tracts
ol 10 or more seres, with 1-201) of tho entire
water, water rights, water pipe and reservoir.
Price, $S0 per acre. Address, W. L. P., P.O. box
505, Los Angeles. 4-0 tf
$1350-
AN ELEGANT CHANCE,
And It should be snapped at; worth
at least $i7uo, but it must go at
$1350; owner going east Resilience
linuse and corner lotat LOOS Beach,
3-room cottage, situated in best part
ol the town, naif block from South
ern Pacific depot; size of lot 50x
150; flowers and trees; one oi the
finest corners in Long Beach. Ad
dress LONG BEaCH, Box 505, Los
Angeles, Cal. 5-20
rpIIE OTTARSON LAND CO. ARE SELLING
JL ilecldous fruit a>.d alfalfa lands for $l"i per
acre. Come to Palmdale and pee ns or write
(orinformation, P. O. address herald Los
Angeles Cal. li-0 25t
171QR HALE—LE~MO N GROVE~"oF 5 ~OR 10
* acres; plenty of water under pressure; tine
location; w ill bear invc.ligation. For partic
ulars fliUlrct.s n r, box 13, this olUcc..'>-27 tf
II r, .n « i - i a.
- v ga./TKatabi jshed- 1882 "
DR. L. W. WELLS, CORNER SPRING AND
First streets, Wilson block; take elevator.
Gold crown and bridge work a specialty; teeth
extracted without pain. Rootal. m 4 if
OR. WILDER,
a Corner Seventh and Main streets,
Telephone 1031. 4-1 . If
D~~ Ita TOLHURST & KEN NE D Y^^DEN TI ST.s
108 ... North Spring street, rooms 2, (i and
7. Painless extraction. 0-20 tf
PM;A.NK STEVENS, 3241$ SOUTH SPRING ST
Open Sundays and evenings; electric light
rTj7^.~youmi7~den tist, 221 i spring
si., Los Angeles. 5-22 'z
j~wTaTigeles conservatory of music
I. and Arts; open ail the year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, president; V. M. C. A. building,
Broadway and Second sis. 8-14 ly
I-JIANO TUNING—S2 f~ REPAIRINgT BE X T
references. BLOOMFIELD, piano maker,
778 i- Pico st. ft-13 lmo
_—-- .
jJTSa PAH-CUR, LIFE-READING CLAIR
IVI voyant; consultations on business, mm
eral locations, law suits, removals, disease
love, marriag , etc. Take University electric
car to Forrester avenue and Hoover si reel, go
west on Forrester avenuo three bl- cks to Vine
street, second house on Vine st. west of Ver
mont avc, f 3-30 tf
MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL FIRMS,
171 R. BELLENGER, MANUFACTURER OF
J*.. all kinds of an glass, in all shapes and
designs. 115 E. Second at.
1. FREDERICK SCHNEIDER A CO.. 307 N.
. Los Angeles si. Art glass, beveled glass,
ground designs and articles, windows. Send
for estimates.
AGRICULTURAL OHKMICAI^MRKS,
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL WORKS,
manufacturers of fertilizers of every
nature, castor oil. etc., 90 -903 Macy st 8. M.
VUXUiHItIIKiK, I'h. P., chemist 5-22 tf
JAMES JONES,
Manufacturer ot
ALL KINDS OF BRASS GOODS.
Castings of all kinds. Pattern making. Sup
plies for steam and gas.
SPRING AND SEVENTH BTB.
P"~ ACIFIC BRASS WORKS'
Manufacturers of BRASS GOODS.
Bronze, zinc and aluminum castings. Gold,
silver and nickel plating. Pattern making.
Valves for irrigation pipes.
MAIN AM) ALPINE STa
HSEB HIVK ricTIIRT.
BEE HIVE FACTORY.
Hives, shipping cases, extractors, honey
tanks, etc,
B. a K. BENNETT * CO.,
1827 a Malnst .
rjoj^liiii^jwor^^
JACOB ADLOFF, BOTTLER OF JOHN
Welland, Fredericksburg, Chicago and U.
8. breweries 920 N. Main. Best beer In the
market. Delivered to all parts.
ICS.
MAIER A ZOBELEIN BREWERY, OFFICE
414 Aliso street. Capacity 10,000 gallons
per day. Best in the market, sold all over
KAKK<s> ■*_J r^^» c
T . MONNETT, bTkeTPs PEELS, BRICK
fI • moulds and wheelbarrows, 000 Upper
Main st.
HKOOM X A I'Tllky,
"PETER KEF.XI., I I.MOK BROOM FAC
-1 lory, 81H Short si. All kinds of brooms
OAKKIAOK »OltK-i.
COOPERA'I'jVE CARRIAGE WORKS, 337
E. First et. A. BPERL, manager. Car
riages and wagons made to order.
BIG TREE CARRIAGE AND WAGON
works; 128 Sau .'edro st, between First
ami second sts., I.os Angeles. 8-t> tf
« IKI.KI) HA IK IMCIOuy.
T OS ANGELEITCTRLED HAIR FACTORY,
1j Walnut and Khurtz sts , ROBT. MILLER,
Erop. Manufacturer of ha r for mattresses, up
olsu ring and carnage I rimming,
CO '.SKI' MANUFACTURER.
lA.I A. CORSET MANUFACTORY, MANU
facturers of tine corsets. All varieties
made to crder. 213' 2 S. Spring st.
cnopitinot works.
AHUBER, MANUFACTURER^'OF ALL
• kinds of kegs, tanks, barrels, to order.
Factory. 233 WolfskiU qyu.
CALCIUM l Kill .«.
WH. WILSON, MANUFACTURER OF
» calcium lights. 911 E. Seventh st.
KLKCTKIUtL HHIHIIKi V.
E LE
Works. Manufacturer of electric appara
tus, 148 West Fif.hstreet, toolsand all kinds of
tine machine works.
FTuTiT fki.s. itvix;.
I FOSTER PRESERVING; COMPANY. PACK
ers oi fruii, jams, jellies, marmalades, table
relishes, pickles, etc. 239 San Pedro st.
i iiniai i ii r AC iuni.
17 E. HENRY, 118 WATER ST., MANUFAC
„ turer of center tables, folding beds, bed
room suites aud extension tables.
ULiIVK FAOriIKV.
LOS ANGELES GLOVE MANUFAC TO *. Y.
MRS. L. V. VOOKHEES, proprietor, 213V$
S. Spring st. All kinds made 10 order.
lIHHS uiinKM,
LrNION IRON WOR^S—ENGINESpBOILERS,
' oil and water tanks, elevators, etc. First
ami Alameda sis. K-<i lm
MANTELS ANl> URATES.
TTKNKY bohrmann.
Manufacturer of wood, iron and slate man
tels, bank office and store fixtures; art tiles for
mantel decorations; brass goods. 614 South
Spring st.
M > CHINK v* Ok„1.
mTniTfacTURER OF
• Regulator wind mills and automatic
steam engines, cultivators, etc. All kinds of
machine repairing. 1003 N. Main st TeL 1 230.
MACHIN • •< V
SUPPLY COMPANY.
Office und waroroom, board of trade build
ing, corner Broadway aud First street Los
Angel.-., Cal.
UK* PBSIOMB.
SAVED BY TAKING
Btejeleafcß.l ) Santa Fe excursions to Kan
rwß-SBHMSjSW mis City, St. Louis, Chicago, New
York and Boston. Leave Los Angeles every
Wednesday; personally conducted through to
Chicago and Boston; family tourist sleepers to
Kansas City and Chicago daily. Low rates and
quickest time, office, l'i> N. Spring st. 7lm
IDHILLIFf? EXCURSION PERSONA ELY
conduced via Rio Grande Western, Den
ver and Itio Grande and Rock Island route,
leave Los Angeles every Tuesday, crossing toe
Sierra Nevudas and passing entire Kio Grande
scenery by daylight. Oilice, 138 S. Spring at.
12-0 tf
TUDBON'S EXCURSIONS EAST LEAVE
rf Monduvs for Chicago, New York and Bos
ton via Rio Grande Western nnd Denver and
Rio Grande railways, arriving from Chicago,
New York and Boston eve'y Wednesday.
Oilice J.H & spring St. I- 1 * "
WINES AM) I.
TURNER HALL SALOON-—UNDER NEW
Turnverein hall, 317>;, S. Malu sL Best
home brew on tap. A tine restaurant in con
nection. Family rooms. C. CLOETTA, prop.
4-22-3 in
S H IK
MISS c. STAFFER, CHIROPODIST AND
massage. 211 W. First St., opp Nadeau.
12-24 If
FHYsICIANH. Lw,,,
MRS. DP..' SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID
wifery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 7i7 Bcllevuc avenue. Calls promptly
allended In. Telephone 1110. U-5 tl
tTTOKNUVS.
TAY E. HUNTER, ATTORNE Y-AT-LAW,
fj Slimson blook, rooms 4<:7 and 428. Tele
phone 525. Practices in all the courts, state
and federal. 7-1 tf
I 11- S SAX ER, GOODRICH & McCOTCHENj
I 1 lawyers; rooms 543 to 540, Bradbury blk,
slh floor, cor. Broadway <i Third su. Tel. 1120.
I) J. ADCOCK, ATTORNEY. SPECIAL AT.
IV. tention given to the settlement of estaUs
115 W. First .street. 4 0 tf
SfKCI ALISTS. .
DR. 11. G. COI.LINS,UITI|ALMICOPTIOIAN,
with the L. A. Optical Institute; eyes ex
amined free. -125 S. Spring si. ( 5-30 tf
The Wasp Beaten.
New York, June 7 —In tbe New York
Yacht club race today the sloop Wasp
was beaten by the sloop Glorians by
near balf an hour. Tbe schooner Ariel
barely defeated the schooner Emerald
on time allowance. In tbe mixed run
ning race, the sloop Queen Mab won on
her time allowance of nearly 13 minutes,
and the schooner Sachem finished two
minutes ahead of her.
jmiidicines,
MEXICAN CATARRH CURE, PREPARE!)
by Wl linru s. Hall, 1131 .South 11111 airo t;
cur a all o«ses of catanh; hundreds of testi
monials; cured after 30 years' standing.
at r a n i KB.
THE PITENTK OIL COMPANY, PRODUCERS
of crude petroleum. Wells at Fuotite. 01-
Hce . Bakor block.
mmitn mill*.
QALIFORNIA PLANING MILL,
GIBSON .t ALEXANDER, Props.
Office and mill, 10 to to litis 8. Main «t.
Architectural wood turning and mill work
promptly attended to.
108 ANGELES F. H. POW
j ELL, Pr< st. Ba»h, doors, blinds, scroll
work, moulding, etc. SHO .-'an IVdro st.
PAPKR BIIXK-i.
EAST SECOND ST.;
. paper boxes of all kinds; labols printed;
send for prices.
R~W. PRIDHAMTIwoYmNDER AND PA
• per box manufacturer, 110 North Los
Angeles slreet. '
CALIFORNIA ALUMINUM PAINT CO.,
sole manufacturers of Aluminum Paint,
ground in pure raw llnaccl oil: absolutely
acid proof. Office _28 W. Second st
PIPE WORKS.
rACY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, MAN
j ufacturersof steel and Iron well and waler
pipe, iron tanks ol all classes. Office: Baker
block.
PLASTER MANIirtCriJIIKKI
ALPINE PLASTER CO., MANUFACTURERS
of platter. Works corner Alameda and
Washington sts. Office, 205 a Main st. Pro
duct made from home material.
KOL.Li.oU MILLS.
AND STEEITcoT
Located on Short st,, near Santa Ke round
house. Manufacturers of all kinds of sheet
and light plate iron; also corrugated rooting.
Will belli operation May 15th.
KAITAN trjli-ITOHb
T SULLIVAN, MANUFACTURER OF RAT
a tan and reed furniture, children's car
riages, baskets, etc.; articles made on special
order. 807 Upper Main street.
SO»P FACT nil IK St.
80AP CO., 050
j st. Toilet and laundry soaps; dealers in
caustic soda. FORTIIM.VNN A BERG IN.
At'ESTERN SOA I' \ Nil CHEMICAL CO., 323
11 New Hliih. Pure oil to.let soaps. I'osl
tively no animal fills used.
sßlrtt giOTIIHT.
TF. PRIZGINT A CO. SHIRT* TO )!!I)KI<
. that lit. White vests; all kinds of siiirls.
uniforms and gowns; tlrst-class garments. 135
W. First st. basement. 0-0 lm
HHKKT MKI'AI. VTOKKS.
UNIONSIIEETMETAL WORKS. QAtVAN-
Izcd Iron and copper cornices, metal
shingles, tin rooting, .i-15 K. Second at.
!HI J VICKB.YIITH~
TAYLOR. MANUFACTURER OF
T sterling silver jewelry, spoons, knives and
ornaments. Times building.
SHOW < < K-i.
CHAS GEIGER, MANUFACTURER Of
show coses and store fixtures. 259 B> Los
Angcies si.
iTpHULISI'MItV WllltKS.
CONRAD BUHMAN, 1154 a SPRING, CP
bolsterer and manufacturer ol fine fur
niture. 1
IKNTS *NU AW MINUS.
\Y M - IIT'IIOEUEU. •
Manufactnrer of tents, . awnings end all
kinds of duck goods, hammocks, etc. Sporting
goods and leather gun cases. Catallna Island
outfits a specially, l.tri S. Main st.
VlAtvU •tl MiOi.'vs.
■VTATIONAL VINEIiAII WORKS. MANUFAC
-1.1 turers of vinegar and pickles. THOMAS
A HEYDENRICH, 770 Buena Vista at Tele
phone 1.E3.
WOOI.'I'CI.LHO >lll) I' A MSI SO.
JcookT" "
. WILLI I ART AND MAIN STa
Wool pullln", tanning and manufacturer of
all kinds of leather. I
Wool ami hides purchased.
BOValt Vyii.M Hairi.Es ts».
Pa cif"Tcm a ttr essf vctory—all KINDS
of woven wire mattresses, top mattresses,
hair, floss, moas, Brazilian hair and wool.
Telephone 1259, two blocks nurth of Arcade
depot.
w i»l> v i kVI sU.
'iTr
TV • Artistic wood mantels and carving of
every description.
JLiiiiii- •,-.**^if? s-^
Yucca manufacturing company.
nciirSantaFo roun < bouse, manufactu
rers of Yucca palm "tree priitectors," surgeons'
splints, hygienic insoloe, etc. P. 0. box 329.
ON THE LATTLEFIELD.
The sun rose over the Leld of wheat
And warmed tho breulh of an early spring,
The smillr.fr flowers made the morning sweet.
And there were enroling birds to ylng,
And by the brook were children at play,
Planning their childish games for the day.
But tho sun uank over a field of red.
Leaving no wheat nor it i'arrahouse there,
Only the ghastly Hues of the dead
And blackness ana ruin everywhere.
And along the brook, instead ol play.
Were the silent forma of blue and gray.
--F. H. Swoot.
A lloiiho Iq a Day.
"Ready made houses are becoming
the fashion," said a bnilder. "If you
want a dwelling of your own nowa
days, you do not need to wait half a
year to get it put up. You can have it
built in v day. You write to a firm en
gaged in tho business for its advertising
book, which contains pictures of houses
that the firm is prepared to construct ut
prices all tho way from (150 to Jpr*, 000,
together with plans and specifications.
Pick out your residence, and an order
addressed to the firm will fotrh at short
notice all the requisite materials, de
posited on your lot. Within 24 hours
the dwelling is np and complete. Yon
rpay have a cellar if you like, though
most of tho houses built in this way aro
without cellars. All of tho parts aro
ready made and so matched and num
bered that they can be put together in
an enormon3ly short space of time. This
kind of building has become quite in
vogue at summer resorts of lato years.
Nearly the whole of Cottage City, on
the island of Martha's Vineyard, is con
structed in that way. If yon want a
cheap place to live in summer, buy a
little patch of cheap land near the beach
in some secluded locality and put up a
ready made houHO 01. it. The whole cost
ought not to be over #200."—Washing
ton & 1..
Hlraeh Bars HI unlit, .x.
London. Jnne 7 —Baron Hirsch has
purchased Matchbox, wbo ran aecond to
Ladas in the Derby yesterday. Tbe
price vac 175 000 and an additional $25,
--000 ia to be paid provided Matchbox
wins the grand prize in Paris.
TORE OUT THE LEAVES.
A MUTILATOR'S WORK IN THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY.
How Walter Grabs Puraued Hia Studies
of Ohamlalrj and Metallarcy.
Arrestod on a. Felony
Charg*.
For the last two months a young
waiter named _. O. Grebe, who is em
ployed in his father's restaurant at 187
North Main street, has been a regular
visitor to tbe public library Jin the oity
hall building. It seems tbat the young
man's inordinate desire for works npon
metallurgy and chemistry has caused
him to wind up in the city prison on a
felony chirge.
Tbe librarian baa noticed valuable
books mutilated in a deplorable manner.
Books costiug from $25 to $65 have been
deprived of leaves from tbe center, but
it has been almost impossible to find the
felonious bookworm until the case was
placed in Detective Goodman's hands
yesterday.
After securing a description of the sup
posed book thief, the detective located
bim, afterward inarching hia room at
811 Upper Main street. Here were found
the leaves from the library booke, be
sides gold and silver and other metala
anil chemicals.
Whea taken to tbe station, young
Grebe admitted having torn leaves con
taining information upon metallurgy
from various books in tbe library, tie
gave as his only reason that he did so
to enable him to continue hit studiee.
A complaint charging him with felony
will likely be sworn oat against tbe
youth today. There is a special enact
ment covering the caae, and it is a pen
itentiary uueaae.
GLIMPSES OF AMERICA.
Vain* of tba Herald's Premium to Seek
ere After Fortune.
People who desire to keep well in
formed will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to secure the Herald's prem
ium gift, Glimpses of America. It is the
latest historical and geographical work
issued, and will doubtless in time find a
place in every library in tbia country.
It is two years later than tbe lateat
edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica,
one ol the moat famous authorities in
the world, and the only work of the
United States government of the same
character, was compiled in 1800, while
the field views of Glimpaes were com
pleted in 181)3. A large number of set
tlements, islands, mountains, glaciers
and other points of interest are graphic
ally illustrated, which have never before
been known to tbe world. Fertile dis
tricts are described where land can be
had for a song, and where there is the
best chance in the world for the ener
getic to win a fortune. Glimpaes of
America ia a splendid work for young
men. All the important undeveloped
resonrcea of America are shown
to the aearchera after fortune, and many
a bint appears which may lead to
wealth. The mining regions of
valley and other portions of southeast
ern California and Nevada are (ally pic
tured by the camera, and it hea well
been aaid that there ie gold and silver
enough in that great section to pay tbe
national debt. What a book for tbe
prospector!
Head what people who have seen the
whole of '"Glimpse?" of it:
From Mrs. T. DeWit't Talmege, wife
of the celebrated preacher and author:
Glimees of America! How truly and
appropriately named ! With such illus
trations and descriptions one can travel,
seated in a rocking chair in one's own
room, ami ba able to converse much
more intelligently than tboee who go to
and tro upon the face of the earth.
From the New York Recorder: One
of the most sumptuous books of the kind
ever undertaken is Giimpsee of America,
a series of photographic views, witb free
running text by way of description of
the must marvelous scenery of the
Uuited States. I cannot but express
wonder at tbe lavish manner in which
the illustrations bave been prepared.
The collection seems to have neglected
no nook or cranny of the country where
picturesque scenery of tbe grander sort
is to be found. No single volume can
picture all worth picturing in this great
land. But the work was never yet so
thoroughly done as in this handsome
volume.
COURT NOTES.
Items from Various Tribunal* — Mew
Suits Filed.
Judge York yesterday gave judgment
for plaintiff for $461.30 in the foreclosure
suit of MacGrady vs. Roberta.
John Goddard, a native of England,
George H. Mason, John Mulberrone and
Isaac Lane, natives of Great Britain,
were admitted to citizenship yesterday
by Judge York.
The cauae of Crawford vs. Baldwin
was tried beforo Judge York yesterday
and submitted on briefs to be filed. It
wae a suit on an accouat.
Mrs. Bridget Cowen waa granted a di
vorce from Lawrence Cowen yesterday
by Judge York, upon tbe ground of de
sertion.
C. M. Smith, engaged in the farm im
plement business, filed a petition in
insolvency, bia liabilities being put at
$4800, assets nominal.
Mrs. Josephine Hamilton waa ad
judged insane by Judge Shaw yesterday,
and committed to tbe asylum at High
lands.
NEW SUITS FILED.
Preliminary papers were filed in the
county clerk's office yesterday in tbe
oilowing suite:
J. M. Voss vs. Frederlok Wilte. Suit
to quiet tbe title to the N.E. '4 of sec
tion 20, township 7 north, range 13 west.
Petition by J. W. Buckley, elected a
trustee of San Pedro, to amend hia state
ment of election expeneee.
Mra. M. Rubison va. W. E. Rogers et
al. Suit ol foreclosure for $250.
A divorce auit wag begun by Mrs. L
G. Burt vs. G. M. Burt.
Frequent Onslaughts
Oa the delicate in uibrau o: me bowels and
atomach with duello purgatives muit have
their natural consequence- to weaken and dis
able both org.n*. Nature exacts sevtre penal
ties ior iuiriu s cuie;iU of her laws, aud in ro
is no more glunug one than tha wnleh con
sists in frequent ana unnece sary do,lug with
\>" •a. c.tharttos. This is, however, ttio
course pursued by many uuwlse people who
si (in tv imuk that the bowels, unless con
stantly relaxed, aro not in a healthy state,
Wnen a .axuive Is really needed, Hostetter's
biomach niters Is the safest and most thor
ough. It neither gripes nor operates vlo entiy
or excessively. It invigorate* the intestines
aud stomach, and -rouses the liver. Regular
ity aud vigoi are guaranteed by its use Sleep
prom l *!* d, appetite res ored, a o among its be
nign effe-uts. Ateudeno. 1 1 rheumatism and
kidney trouble is uulllfled by it, aud Ucom
pletely eradicates malarial complaints.
The wall paper dealor of the city is Eckstrom,
300 S. Main street.
PENTECOST.
[riY REV. A. W. BIIII.MAN.]
Tomorrow la Pentecost, ths Jewish
"Feast ot Shebuoth." Rst v A. W.
Kdolmsn will conduct services at Ma
sonio bSill, 136 Houth Spring street, on
whicb ocoaeion Master Leo Bsrnett,
grandson oi Mr. Edelman, will attain
bis thirteenth birthday and will be
made "Bar-MiUvah." Saivines will
also be hold on Monday morning at 10
o'clock sharp. Rev. Edelman has pre
pared the following paper on the occa
sion :
Tomorrow evening, the 9th of Jnne,
corresponding with the 6th of Sivan.
5054 A. M. the Jewish "Festival of
Shebuoth" will be celebrated all over
tbe globe, and Israel will ones more
listen to tbe inspiring words whleh oar
ancestors exclaimed in the desert of
Arabia, when tbey stood at the foot ol
Mount Sinai: "Na'aseh Venishraah,"
"We will do, we will hearken." We
hear the summons ol Hod and we will
act accordingly. . , .
In anoient time, when the temple yet
stood In Jerusalem, when the Israelites
were mostly farmers, engaged in agri
cultural pnronlts, cultivating their
fields, orohards and vineyards, the
Shebuoth festival had quite another
meaning; it was then celebrated as the
harvest feast of the first ripe fruit.
As we read in tbe Bible: "And on
the day of the first frnlti, when ye
bring a new meat-offering unto the
Lord, after your seven weeks are oat, ye
•ball have holy convocation; ye shall
do no servile work:" 4U.11. 20. But in
the course of time the feast changed its
cbaraoter, and It is now chiefly solemn
ized aa a day of commemoration of tbe
law given on Mount Sinai. And in con
sideration of tbat eventiul occurrence,
tbe chapter of the Bible containing tbe
Ten Commandments are solemnly read
in every congregation In Isreal.
Shebuoth will forever be the nicest
bolyday of the Jewish religion and oi the
Jewish race, and it is to be hoped, that
in the course of time of tbe whole ha
mon race.
On the morning of that day, truth,
religious truth, was for the first time
proclaimed on earth. Idolatry was de
creed aa a fatal error; tba worship of
nature and of the celestial bodies de
clared to be a mistake; tbe idols of gold
and silver, made by the bands of men,
trembled on their costly pedestals, and
the pillars of their gigantic temples
shook aa if an earthquake were shaking
their rocky foundation, when it re
sounded .from Horeb with thundering
voice: "I am tbe Lord thy Gad. I, and
there ia none beeide me; I alone tbe
Lord, tbe Father, the Savior aud Re
deemer of the whole human race. I,
the Father, and ye all are my children.
I, the fountain head of love, of grace
and mercy, will bring them all near and
nearer to me. 1, tbe source of ail wis
dom, will educate all according to my
plana, to mv thoughts, and to my waya.
Aad Therefore: "Thou shalt not make
uuto thyself an image or figure whatso
ever to be the object of divine worship."
The Bible ia right when it says that
fire encircled the heights of Sinai, when
theee words were apoken, for they con
sumed like flames the figures of goda
aud goddesses of Baal and Astarte ; and
a new light, bright as the dawning
morning, was kindled, by which the
human race was through centuries to
march onward and forward, till, united
aud reconciled, they would reach the
eternal temple of "the common father
hood of God, and the common brother
hood of men."
We invite all to celebrate with us tbe
"Shebuoth" feast at the foot of Mount
Sinai, and listen with us to the death
less words oi revelation. Bow down in
deep-felt humility before thie everlast
ing truth ; cling to it with all tbe fibers
of tbe heart, and live np to it with
every thought of thy immortal soul.
"Stand firm, and you shall see tbe
salvation of tbe Lird," were the words
which Moses addressed to tbe delivered
people of Israel, and still today we hear
him uttering the same inspiring and
hopeful words, "Stand firm."
Our fathers clung to tbia sublime ad
monition. It was tbeir motto in timea
of cloud and aunabine. It waa the ban
ner which they followed and for which
they readily offered tbeir blood and
Uvea. They would not surrender the
flag which bore tbe glorious inscription,
"Jehovah Niasi"—"The Lord is my
banner." Tbey were firm in tbe hope
that truth wonld aud must conquer.
And sou, my dear Jewiah children,
you, too, must stand firm in your oreed
and laith. Lilt up the old flag of our
holy religion, which waa pierced by
aword and spear and shot by bullet and
cannon npon tbe battlefield for the past
thousands of years. Be true to God,
true to your religion, true to your mis
sion, so tbat upon yon, like npon your
fathers, the words of the Bible may be
verified: "If ye will obey my voice and
keep my covenant tben shall ye be
nnto me a kingdom of priests."
Fulfill it like men, like Israelites—
live up to it, aad the day of tbe heaven
ly kingdom will and must dawn; the
day of which prophets and psalmists
aay and sing: "Then will tbe Lord be
king over tbe whole earth ; on tbat day
will tbe Eternal be acknowledged One
and hie name One." And men will live
together in brotherly love, in peace aud
in everlasting harmony.
RACES BY ELECTRIC LIGHT.
A Novel Eutertalnmsat That May He
Olvn.
At a apecial meeting of the board of
directors of the Los Angeles Athletic
club, held laat evening, it was decided
to give bicycle races at their park on
July 4th. A committee has been ap
pointed to look into the matter of giving
them at night by electrio light, and if
aatiafactory arrangements can be made
there will be a grand display of fire
worka.
K. of P. Election.
Olive lodge No. 26, K. of P., at their
meeting laat night eleoted tbe following
otficera for tbe eneuing term: A. C.
Golah, chancellor commander; A. S. H.
Perkine, vie* chancellor, T. O. H. Bo
galsky, prelate; D: Felix, master of
work; Frank Sabichi, master of ex
chequer; G. P. Wolfram, master of
arms, installation will be held at Cas
tle hall tbe first Thureday in July, to
which all members in good standing are
invited.
I bave two little grandchildren who
are teething thia hot summer weather
and are troubled with bowel complaint.
I give them Chamberlain's Colio, Chole
ra and Diarrheal Remedy, and it acts
like a charm. I earnestly reoommend
it for children with bowel troubles. I
was myself taken with a severe attack
of bloody flux, with cramps and pains
In my stomach, one-third of a bottle ol
this remedy cured me. Within twenty
four hours I was out of bed and doing
my housework. Mrs. W. L. Dunagan,
Bon-aqua, Hickman oounty, Term. For
sale by Off ot Vaughn, Fourth and
Spring; C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North
Main, druggists.

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