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OUT OF TOWN.
Notes aud Personals From
The People Moving to the
Gossip From the Several Cities by
Redondo Beach Still Attracting Large
Crowds—The Sands at Santa Monica
Alive With People.
Correspondence of the Herald.!
E. H. Haines was at Long Beach Sun
Miss Lillie Houser visited Redondo
Rev. Frank Barton left Tuesday for
San Luis Obispo, Cal.
Prof. J. L. Smith has been recuper
ating of late at Wilson's peak.
Several boys from this place are pick
ing fruit for tbe Pomona orchardists.
Mrs. Daniel Newhart and family
spent last Saturday at Redondo Beach.
Mrs. W. A. Bell, accompanied by her
son, Charlie, visited at Long Beach Sun
Prof. John R. Franklin, of Summer
field, 0., spent Wednesday with friends
in this place.
Will A. Frazier, formerly of this place,
died at the house of his parents in Cald
well, 0., Wednesday morning.
Among those from this place who are
at Long Beach this week are Mr. and
Miss Stagg, Mr. and Mrs. Carter, Miss
Thomas and Mrs. Cool.
Miss Helen Burnett left Monday
night for her sister's home in Tulare
county. She will then leave with a
party for the Yosemite.
Mr. Edward Hutchinson, Miss Mary-
Davis, Mrs. Carrie Ledford and Mrs.
Shields have been selected as teachers
for the coming year at the public school.
The Democratic primary for Univer
sity precinct to elect delegates to the
county convention will be held Satur
day afternoon next at "Nick" Covarru
bias's training stables. Three delegates
are to be elected.
Charles E. and Will F. Lloyd left
Tuesday morning for a few days' visit at
Long Beach. L.
University, July 17th.
•Correspondence ot the Herald. I
Captaini William T. Coltier enjoyed j
the day in the city by the sea.
Frank Foy, of San Bernardino, is !
summering with his uncle, S. C. Foy.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Linsel and Mrs. F.
Schield are enjoying life on the beach.
Major Horace Bell and wife, and Miss
Jennie Bell and l)r. Dukeman enjoyed
the day here.
Miss Jenny Lockay and Lizzie
Bryson, of Los Angelea, are whiling
.away the heated term.
The charming Mrs. A. G. Ogilvle, of
Alhambra, is delightfully situated in
this portion of the beach, where she
passes the summer.
The Polo Club played an exhibition
game Wednesday afternoon at their
grounds, which was hotly contested from
start to finish. They play on Saturday
Miss Effie Bradley and Nellie tNewby,
prominent young ladies of Ventura, are
visiting their uncle, Thos. J. Newby,
with whom they intend to spend the
The weather is all that could be ex
pected, and those who visit the beach
now enjoy the pleasures of life itself.
Thermometer at noon today was 72
In one cottage there is a perfect
galaxy of bright and intelligent ladies
in Mrs. T. P. Kiefer and son, Mr. and
Mrs. C, Shaw, Mrs. Bodman and son,
Miss Morgan, of Los Angeles, Mrs. G.
W. Beirne, Denver, Col., and Miss A. E.
Mrs. E. P. Chalfant,Mrs.H. M. Thomp
son and family and Mrs. Aikman, of
Azusa, are here, and in Mrs. L. C. Hay
ward's cottage there are the following
Angelefios, who are enjoying the luxury
of-a summer by the sea; Mrs. E. C.
Chalfant and family, Mrs. Deemer, F.
H. Sherwood and Miss Maggie Weitzel.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan gave a progressive
hearts party at the casino Tuesday
evening. Miss Carson won the first
prize for the ladies, and Mr. Franks for
the gentlemen. There were about forty
present, and it proved to be one of the
most delightful card parties of the sea
North beach presents at present the
appearance of a little village by the sea,
with its many tents and cottages, and
various places of business. There are
charming maids, wives and widows,
and mothers-in-law by the score.
Among them are Mr. and Mrs. L. Levy.
Mrs. H. Kiting, who is stopping with
them, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Glashoof,
and Miss Diamond, their guest.
Yesterday's arrivals at the Hotel
Arcadia were as follows: H. H. Nabor,
Los Angeles; Mrs. M. H. Colby, Miss
P. S. Colby, Petaluma; Miss M. A.
Colbv, Los Angeles; Mrs. Smith, Miss
Smith, San Francisco: Mrs. T. Rhodes,
L. A. Grant, H. C. Witmer, J. M. Wit
mer, Los Angeles; C. A. Levy, Inyo
•.county; A. Haas and family, Los An
geles; Percy Beamish and wife, San
Francisco; Miss E. Finch, W. E. Dunn,
Los Angeles; P. Noble, San Francisco ;
H. Naebour, C. E. Nestor, Los Angeles.
Today's session at the summer school
was extremely interesting, and the au
dience was very attentive and apprecia
tive. Prof. Dickenson spoke on the best
methods of teaching the science of
chemistry, stating that no branch of
natural science can be studied from a
book, and that experiments are indis
pensable to a clear idea of the
subject. Several simple illustrations
were given. Mrs. Rice spoke of modu
lated drill. Prof. Dickenson gave a sec
ond lesson upon minerals. Prof. Mon
roe will be present on Friday and will
remain until the close of the work.
Correspondence of the Hbbald.]
Many are the improvements being
made here tor tlie advancement and
general good of Redondo Beach. Great
preparations have been already made
for the reception of the many racing,
walking, jumping, bicycling, club
swinging, [fence-vaulting and hurdle
race participants, which are to arrive
soon, and many are coming from the
surrounding towns and cities. The out
door sports and the inside gymnasium
exhibitions are under the general direc
tion of Mr. Homer J. Young, of Pasadena.
The fina.l championship game of foot
ball will be played on the Redondo
athletic field on the afternoon of August
sth, and that of baseball on the after
noon of August 9th. The new lawn
tennis court, now under construction,
will be, when finished, the finest court
of the kind in California. Surrounding
the court, which is made on an endur
ing and substantial plan, are elevated
seats for spectators. Several matches
by leading players have been arranged
Mr. Goldsmith, editor of the Redondo
Beach Compass, has been confined to his
bed for a few days, but is now conva
lescent, which many are glad to know.
The pet seal "Ned" is attracting more
attention daily. "Ned" is very intel
lectual, and will hold his head up for
some one fishing from the wharf to
throw him a fish.
The minimum temperature in the
shade at Hotel Redondo today was 67.
Johnnie Bassett and Charlie Kimball,
with four others from Santa Monica, are
expected in a few days to enjoy Re
dondo Beach pleasures.
Several have located upon the grounds
owned by Fred Millis and Mr. Ledyard.
Willie Andrews, who has been given
up several times, is still in a hopeful
The flocks of people coming down daily
are rapidly increasing. Tlie Redondo
Beach line brought many down upon its
noon train for a dip in the water. Many
children are seen in the surf, because, as
the Hebald stated, there is no danger
ior a child going out knee deep. One
does not have to be an expert swimmer,
or a swimmer at all. The breakers are
never so high but that a child can bathe
with perfect safety.
Among the many new campers today
were the following: Mr. Logan and
family, Mr. Perry and George Tompkins,
John Hartnolt and family, Ernest Cole.
J. W. Fuller, Mrs. Lizzie Hawkins and
family, Miss Beth White and family,
Dr. A. M. Anerty and family, Frank
Garbutt and family, A. Hogue, Mrs. W.
T. Rogg, Mrs. H. L. Owens, V. Mc-
Achalins, G. H. Peters and family, W.
J. Keller and family, W. G. Donaldson
son and family, Pomona; Mr. Harring
ton and family, G. Norcross, Henry
Crowan, Mrs. Mary Crowan, San Ber
nardino ; Frank Napper and family, Mr.
Dutton and family, R. Beaden and
family, Mrs. Tobbs and family, Mrs. F.
S. McGreal and family, W. F." McDonald
and family, J. W. Mann and family, J.
W. Price, Mr. White, Mrs. Appell, Mrs.
J. Watson, Mr. N. Grier and family, J.
Morris Marchial and family, Los Ange
les ; Herman Walker and family, W. T.
Perm and family, Fred McGuire and
Redondo, July 17th.
Among the documents filed with the
county clerk yesterday were the follow
ing new complaints :
Thomas Flint et al. vs. the Los Ange
les Driving Park Association; suit to
foreclose a mortgage on 71.40 acres of
land on tlie Washington and Long
Beach road, given to secure payment of
a promissory note for $7,000, dated July
15, 1889, and bearing interest at 10 per
cent, per annum.
Celia Giegerich vs. Jas. P. McCarty
et al.; suit to foreclose a mortgage on
lot 42 and N % of lot 43, Rosas tract,
given as security for the payment of a
promissory note for $600, dated May 2,
1889, and "bearing interest at 10 per cent,
Re-Opening a Thoroughfare.
I In order to guard against results utterly sub
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the grand thoroughfare or avenue of the system,
\ the bowels, should be re opened as speedily as
! possible when they become obstructed. If they
are not. the bile is misdirected into the blood';
i the liver becomes torpid; viscid bilious matter
gets into the stomach, and produces indigestion;
i headaches ensue, and other symptoms are pro
; duced, which a prolongation of the exciting
i cause only tends to aggravate. The aperient
i properties of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters consti
-1 tute a most useful agent in overcoming con
striction of the bowels, and promoting a regular
habit of body. It is infinitely superior to the
drastic cathartics frequently used for the pur
pose, since it does not, like them, act violently,
out produces a natural, painless effect, which
does not impair the tone of the evacuatory
organs, which it invigorates instead of weaken
ing. The stomach and liver, also, indeed the
entire system, is strengthened and regulated
byit - .
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But some women are constantly in such a
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some functional derangement; some distress
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Telephone 188. P. 0. Box 537.
LOS ANGELES FISHING COMPANY,
Wholesale and retail dealers in
FISH, GAME AND POULTRY
All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand.
Stalls 8, 11, 13, 10, 18 and 20, Mott Market, Los
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Druggist & Chemist,
No. 123 >\ Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day and
*rHE LOS ANGELES HERALD; FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1890.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CAUTION warranted, eve* 9tSr
has his name and price stamped on bottom.
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MILL AND LUMBER CO.,
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at SAN PEDRO.
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gWORN STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
THE CITY BANK,
or Los Anoeles, California,
At the close of business, June 30, 1890.
Cash on hand and in banks $180,380 21
Loans and discounts 833,263 98
Stocks, bonds and warrants 3,500 00
Furniture, fixtures and safe deposit
vaults ji 4J9 20
Other assets 32(i 07
Capital (paid in) $100,000 00
Surplus fund 5,000 00
Due depositors 422,889 52
A. D. Childress, president, and John S. Park,
cashier of The City Bank, being duly sworn,
each for himself, says that the foregoing state
ment is true to the best of his knowledge and
belief. A. D. CHILDRESS, President,
JOHN S. PARK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth
day of July, 1890.
FRANK M. KELSEY,
Statement of the paid up capital stock of The
City Hank, of LOS Angeles, State of California,
July 1, 1890.
Amount of capital paid up in U. S.
gold coin $100,000 00
State OF CALIFORNIA, (
County ok I.os ANGELES, j ss-
We do solemnly swear that the foregoing
statement is true to the best of our knowledge
and belief. A. D. CHILDRESS, President.
JOHN S. PARK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this llth
day of July 1890.
FRANK M. KELSEY,
jylo-Ot Notary Public.
O WORN STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
O OF THE
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS ANGELES,
At the Close of Business June SOth, 1890.
Cash on hand $ 400,005 11
Cash on call with
banks and bankers. 1,035,804 91
Total available cash $1,495,870 02
United States 4 per cent, bonds,
stocks and warrants 153,52G 91
Loans and discounts 1,900,498 22
Real estate, vaults,safes and office
furniture 11,790 45
Capital (paid up) 500,000 00
Surplus 500,000 00
Undivided profits 244,033 00
Due Depositors 2,322,051 94
Dividends i declared and uncalled
for) .' 1,000 00
Herman W. Hellman, vice-president, and
John Mllner, cashier, of the Farmers and Mer
chants Bank, of Los Angeles, being severally
duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing
statement is true to the best of his knowledge
HERMAN W. HELLMAN,
JOHN MILNER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this sth
day of July, 1890.
(notarial SEAL.) CHARLES WORTH,
jyO-lm Notary Public.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OF LOS ANGELES,
At the Opening of Business on July Ist, 1890.
Cash on hand $ 95,339 03
Cash due from banks 43,780 11
Total available cash $139,125 14
Loans and discounts 229,400 71
Ollice furniture and fixtures 2,79(5 77
Expenses and taxes 3,812 58
Other cash assets 977 07
Capital stock paid up in gold coin. $100,000 00
Surplus fund 31,000 00
Undivided profits 8,874 94
Due depositors 230,237 93
State of California, j
County of Los Angeles. (
R. M.Widney, president, and Geo. L. Arnold,
cashier, of the University Bank of Los Angeles,
being duly sworn, each for himself says the
foregoing statement is true to the best of his
knowledge and belief.
R. M. WIDNEY, President.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 3d
day of July, A. D. 1890.
jy4-lm N. J. JUDAII, Notary Public.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
k? OF THE
STATE LOAN AND TRUST CO*.
OF LOS ANGELES,
At the opening of business July Ist, 1890.
Commenced business March 11, 1889.
Cash on hand $103,533 18
Cash in banks 98,492 89
Total cash $202,020 07
Loans und discounts 710,077 41
Stocks, bonds and warrants 39,258 00
Expense 8,040 58
Fixtures 9,308 05
Taxes 427 80
Capital $492,528 00
Profit and loss 17,513 95
Deposits 405,701 90
0. T. Johnson J. F. Towell
P. M. Green L. N. Breed
W. G. Cochran H. J. Woollacott
E. F. Spence John Bryson, Sr.
George H. Bonebrake Samuel B. Hunt
W. H. Perry. mr!9-tf
LOS ANGELEUOUNTY BONDS.
Sealed proposals will be received by the un
dersigned up to the Ist day of September, 1890,
for the purchase of three hundred (300) Los
Angeles county court house bonds.
(No bid for less than fifty (50) bonds will be
considered.) Numbered consecutively from
one(l) to three hundred (300), both numbers
included, of the denomination of one thousand
$1,000) dollars each, and payable ou the Ist
day of January, A. D. 1910, or at any time
before that date, at the pleasure of said county.
In gold coin of the United States, with interest
thereon at the rate of five (5) per cent, per
annum, payable semi-annually on the Ist day
of January and ou the Ist day of July of each
year. Bonds and interest payable at the office
of the county treasurer of said Los Angeles
Said bonds having been issued in conformity
with an ordinance enacted by the board of
supervisors of said Los Angeles county, dated
April 28th, A D. 1890, and under authority con
ferred upon said board by. the provisions of an
act of the legislature of the state of California,
entitled, "An Act to Establish a Uniform
System of County and Township Government."
approved March 14th, A. D. 1883.
None of said bonds will be sold for less than
face value and accrued interest, from July Ist,
1890; nor shall any sale thereof be final or
valid until approved by the said board of
supervisors, and the right is hereby expressly
reserved to reject any or all aforesaid proposals.
Mark envelopes "Proposals for the Purchase
of Court House Bonds."
By order of the board of supervisors of said
Los Angeles county.
Treasurer of Los Angeles County.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
annual meeting of tbe stockholders of the
San Felipe Land and Water Company, will be
held in the ollice of the company, at 131 South
Spring street, Los Angeles, California, on Satur
day, the 10th day of August, 1890, at 4 o'clock
S. m., at which time and place a board of
irectors for the ensuing year will be elected.
By order of the board of directors.
N. D. COLEMAN, President.
Jas. G. Garrison, Secretary. jyl7-aul
UNITED STATES STABLE,
PETER CLOS, Proprietor.
Horses, Carriages and Saddle Horses To Let
All Kinds of Horses Bought and Sold.
Horses Boarded by the Day, Week or Month
No. 952 Flower street, Los Angeles, Cal .