NEWS FROM THE WINDY CITY.
Wajor Ben Trnnian's Weekly
Good results of the Puuchingrlof Chief
ft. Resume of What Is Being Dane In
and About the World's fair
Grounds—l.lst of the
[Correspondence to the Heralp ]
Chicago, May 13.—1t waß evident at
the time the news was received of tho
"Battle of Jackaon Park," that Major
Truman knew what he was about when
he took up "Unole John" Thorpe's
fight and punched the imperious Ken
tnokian, Chief Samuels.
The Chicago papers now all record tbe
elimination of Thorpe's division from
Samuel's department, which waa or
dered on the Ist of May by the director
general and at once confirmed by the
bureau of administration, and all con
gratulate "Uncle John," who is now ac
much a chief as Samuels, and who, as i
toon as he received his omotal papers,
appointed Truman ac his assistant chief
In this connection, it may be stated
that according to the Chicago press, the
floricultural department was the only
one tbat was in perfect readiness on the
Ist day of May.
ORANGES IN PYRAMID.
Maj. B. C. Truman had a two-column
article in the Tribune oh the 11th Inst.,
describing the pomologies! exhibit, from
which I make the following extract:
What may be known as the early (or
first) poiuological display is now in per
fect shape in the northwestern end
southwestern curtains of the horticul
tural building. It makes a beautiful
and tempting array and does great cred
it to California, or more properly South
ern California, as there is nothing from
any other portion of the golden state,
in the northern end of the southwestern
curtain Los Angeles county is repre
sented by a tower of oranges 32 feet high
and five feet in diameter at its base,
graduating up to four feet, and capped
in an ornamental way. The base is 14
feet square, and the placing of the gold
en fruit has been artistically done. Up
on entering the north door of this cur
tain the visitor first sees as handsome a
lot of apples from Maine as ever came
mt of a cold storage process, seemingly
possessing all the bloom and freshness
Which characterize this pomological
ttaple when plucked from the tree.
There are 35 varieties in this exhibit,
hicely arranged on 118 plates.
Tbe visitor next comes right upon the
tower of oranges, and the impression is
pleasant and surprising. At a little
distance, going south, there is a long
center table, containing splendid varie
ties of Malta bloods, Mediterranean
sweet*, Wilson seedlings, Joppas, St.
Michaels, Konahs and Australian and
Washington navels—the latter being the
kriatocrat of the orange family. There
are also fine displays of Lisbon, Sicily,
Villa Franca, Bonnie Brae and Eureka
lemons, shaddocks, pomelos, grape fruit
and China lemons. Citron of commerce,
Mexican limes and apples, representing
Ban Diego, Orange. Los Angeles, San
Bernardino and Ventura counties.
TbaswjAre two shelved tables on each
ijiiuou Ajaiuurma counties.
LIBERTY BELL IN ORANGES.
At the other end of this curtain ia a
large platform of orangea and lemons,
in the center of which ia a fine effigy of
independence bell in oraugea and lem
ons. All around thia are large and
small pyramids of oranges and every va
riety of lemons, shaddocks and grape
fruit, which have been arranged by San
Diego people with selected fruit from
On the eastern side table ll a splendid
exhibit of oranges from Ventura county,
and on the western table are unaurpaai
ed arrangements of citrus fruits from
San Bernardino county, conspicuously
from Redlanda and Riverside. On the
left side of tbe south door, going out,
is an excellent exhibit of olives, olive
oil and preserved limes by Frank A.
Kimball of National City, and oranges
and lemons irom Pomona and Pasadena.
There ia also a miacellaneons collection
of Sultana grapes in jars and Sultana
raisins in boxes.
Besides their effiiries of fruit the Cali
forniana have 1(500 plates containing
seven varieties of oranges, five of lem
ons and two o! limes. Tbey also show
27 varieties of fruita and aeven of vege
tables in jnrs.
The following are the names of the
California exhibitors. It will be noticed
tlrat there are none from the ao-called
"Northern Citrus Belt:"
J. E. Hamilton, Julian, San Diego
county, six plates of White Winter Pear
main aud Ben Davis apples.
J. 8. Harvey, El Nido, San Diego
county, 12 platea of Malta Bloods and
T. J.Swanne, National City, San Diego
county, three plates of St. Michaels.
S. M. Marshall, El Cajoo, San Diego
county, four plates of Lisbon lemons
and three platea of Washington navels.
J. Keen & Son, National City,
San Diego county, two plates of Villa
Franca lemons and two platea of Lis
bons, two platea of Malta blooda and
four plates of grape fruit.
Mrs. Fioyd, National City, aix platea
of Mediterranean sweets.
L. E. Allen, San Diego. 2 plates Wash
ington navels, three plates of Malta
blooda and two platea of Mediterranean
W. A. Henry, Obula Vista, S3n Diego
county, four platea of Eureka lemona.
N. O. Horland, Paradise Valley, San
Diego county, two plates of seedlings.
J. C. Frisbie, Sunny side, San Diego
county, two platea of eeedlings.
San Diego Land and Town Co., Na
tional city, a hoe display .of seedlings
•nd Washington navels.
Warren C. Kimball, National City,'
four p'atea of Mediterranean sweets.
F. F. Adams, Fallbrook, Sau Diego
county, four plates of grape fruit.
D. P. Chapman, Rivereide, six platea
of Washington Navels.
0. G, Atwood, Riverside, two plates
R. B. Riverside, three plates
of Mediterranean Sweets.
A. H. Naftgzer, Riverside, two plateß
of Washington Navels,
A. N. Aldrich, Riverside, two plates Of
.Washington Navals and one plate of
M. Gage, Riverside, two plates of
P. Suman, Riverside, three plates of
Jamea Eduiiatoua, three platea oi
Fresno county, 10 plates of seedless
J, G. Jones, Orange county, California,
.wo plates of China lemons.
Orange count*, four plates of Monster
crape frait; very handsome and attract
8. T. Murdoch, Westminster, Orange
;ounty, monster whito cucumber in
J. C. Joplin, Bell canon, Orange
sountv, large cauliflower in glass.
0. P. Deyoe, Tustin, Orange connty,
Bight large Japanese peraimuions on the
stem In glass.
J. H. Fliher. Rsnta Ana, Orange
county. Winter Nellia pears; very large
and very beautiful; in glass.
Russell Strong ranch, Whittier, four
plates of seedlings.
N. 11. Ohmer, Sierra Madre, four
plates of Washington navels.
J. A. F. Jarchon, Han Gabriel, four
plataa of Washington navels.
D. D. Clark, Sierra Madre, six plates
of Washington navels.
D. 0. Teagne, Han Dimas.-San Diego
county, Aye plates of Washington na
Shoppard Mermandale. four platea of
A. Phillips, Alhambrs, three platea of
T. R Passons, Rivera, four platea of
E. R. Thatcher, Ventura oountv, four
plates of tnniroriußfi, four plates of Med
iterranean Sweets, two plates of Ruby
oranges sod two plates of Malta Bloods.
0. R. Sheldon, Ventura couuty, two
platea of seedlings, two plates of Malta
Bloods and four plates of Washington
N. W. Blanchard, Ventura county,
two plates of Eureka lemons and two
platea of budded seedlings.
Hall, Anderson & Burns, Ventura
county, three plates of Washington
navels, two plates of Malta bloods, and
two platea of Ruby oranges.
W. D. Hardlaon, Ventura county, two
plates of Eureka lemons and two plates
of Washington navels.
J. W. Wickoff, Ventura county, two
plates of seedlings.
J. Jarvie, Riverside, four plates of pa
per-rind St. Michaels.
G, W. Garcelon, Riverside, four plates
o! Lisbon lemons.
8. Lit Rue. Riverside, two plates of
seedlings and two plates of Washington
Dr. K. D. Shugart, Riverßide, two
plates of Malta bloods.
W. F. Montague, Riverside, four plates
of Washington navels.
H. Everest, four plates of Washington
W. C. Younglove, Riverside, four
plates of Washington navols.
D. A. Correll, Riverside, two plates of
W. K. Backus, Riverside, four plates
of Washington navsle.
Johnson Wbeelock, Riverside, four
plates of Washington navels.
E. P. flargant. Riverside, four plates
of paper rind St. Michaels.
C. G. Atwood, Riverside, two plates of
Washington navels, and two platea ol
H. R. Smith, Vernon, four plates of
Ben Davis apples and four plates ol
white winter pearmain.
A. C. Ooffman, Rivera, fonr plates ol
Wm. Moss, Rivera, (our plates of seed'
lings, four of Washington navels and
two of Mediterranean sweets.
A. H. Johnson, Dnarte, two plates o
white winter pearmain, two of Ber
Davis apples'and six of Washington na
W. Chippendale, Duarte, four platei
of Mediterranean sweets, four of Wash
appies ana four of white winter pear
W. H. Wren, Daarte, three plates ol
8. McKinley, Vernon, air plates ol
Ben Davis and six plates of white wintei
pearmain, 12 plates of lemons and or
anges of different varieties.
L. D. Woodworth, Azusa, four plates
of immense Washington navels, each
orange weighing nearly two pounds;
large jar of tree tomatoes.
Court house grounds, Ventura, jar ol
High McMillan, large jar of Mission
olives in foliage and on stem, partly
Henry Miller, Kern county, two large
jars of monster pears.
D. M. Kyle, Kern county, two large
jars of Thompson's seedless grapes.
Herbert Swain, Kern county, two
large jars of Bartlett pears and two jars
0. A. Mead, Kern county, two large
jars of orange cling peaches.
World's fair committee of San Diego,
two large jars of grape fruit; mighty
H. H. Gird, Fallbrook, two jsrs of
T. D. Griffin, National Gity, beautiful
display of apricots in jars.
C. N. Dedricb, San Diego, beautiful
exhibit of tomato currants in jare.
J. Coventry, Fallbrook, two jars of
lemon cling peaches.
J. P. Jones, San Diego, monster jar of
Smyrna figs, on stem and with foliage.
L. B, Ailen, San Diego, Beurre Clair
geati pears in jars.
World's fair committee. San Diego,
baautifu) display of crab apples in jars.
W. C. Kimball, National City, Mex
ican limes in jar.
Ladies of San Diego, two jars of flam
ing Tokay grapes.
•W. O. Kimball, National City, six
plates of Eureka lemons, and six plates
of Mediterranean sweets.
A. B. Comstock, Ventura county, stem
of French prunes in glass.
W. E. Elmendorf, Santa Ana, large
glass jar of selected Liura lemon cling
J. O. Joplin, Bell canon, Orange coun
ty, Deqnereaux plum.
San Knigdio, four plates seedling or
Orange county, one jar St. Michael or
cn.-ea; jar of monster lemons; jar of
George Ford, Santa Ana, banana blos
som in jar; also jar of citron of com
merce ; foliage and flower of same.
Orange county, one mammoth jar of
dates on stem ; very beautiful and at
tracts roach attention.
M. R. Smith, Ventura county, jar of
Ventura county, large jar of olives,
with foliage and stalk.
N. B. Smith, Ventura county, largo
jar of monster orange quinces.
F. A. Kimball, National City, fine
display of olive oil in pints and quarts,
and olives in bottles, ripe and other
wise; also, limau in pickle.
T. J. Swayne, National City, three
plates of mandarins.
Ban Diego Land snd Town company,
National City, three platea of Eureka
H. Somner, El Caion, two plates of
Frank Hyatt, National Oity, four
plates of Mexican limes.
J. Scott, Duarte, four platea Washing
ton navels, four platee of Mediterranean
sweats, four nloi.aa of St. MiahuaU fmir
LOS ANOELES ITER A LP. STTNDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1893.
plates of Mexican limes, four plates of
Eureka lemona and fonr platee of Lis
J. 0. Houser, Covina, four plates of
nitron of comtaerce, six platea Washing
ton navels and six plates oi Malta bloods.
E. M. Hatch, Ontario, three platea of
Lisbon lemons and three plateß Ol Eu
L. D. Woodward, Azusa, four platea of
C. H. Richardson. Pasadena, four
platea of Washington navels.
W. T. Strawbridge, Whittier, four
plates of Washington navels.
N. Chippendale, Daarte, two plates of
F. M. Douglas, Duarte, four platea of
J. A. Murdock, Duarte* four plates of
F. J. Story, Alhambra, Los Angeles
county, four plates of St. Michaels.
S. Kimbay, four platea of Mickajackß
and other applee.
8. A. Overholtzen, Covina, four plates
of Washington Navels.
There will he a lew others added from
time to time.
I'reliistorlo Bulns In Africa.
"Ihstvo just rataraad from Europe,"
said Howard HofimAn, "leK'tn I have
lojonrttod or>r s»ee my rrinrh from
Zanzibar six months, ago. I have been
pursuing a course of invfcsi%aiian in iha
British mtißsjutn tn»t I had hoped would
throw Bomo liafht on tho fwern diacAv
erieU that have been mode tn Africa.
Jfot ftvr into the interior of Africa from
Zunribnr I in company vvitb. others re
cently discovered traces of a prehietorio
city of no small dimensions. This city
that I speak of must bave been a capital
Of soma ancient province or kintrdom.
H was some five miles aquaro and was
surrounded by a wall of masonry, the
foundations, with a fW projections, of
which still remain and mdiccto an ex
cellent knowledge of masonry. The wall
was undoubtedly meant for protection
agatnat enemies, for it was strongly
built and must haTO been at least 20 feet
high. It is now overgrown by great
tropical vines, and parts of it extend
through impenetrable morasses.
"Inside a few remains of houses still
exist, and the outlines of a great temple
or palace on the highest ground within
the iiiclosuro. Some excavations have
been made and a few relics brought to
light, such as penftery of tho Egyptian
type and broken bits of welded copper
that may have come from a suit of mail
Some idea of symmetry must have ob
tained in that distant period, for tho
houses were built along streets or wind
ing lanes, the precursor of our modern
thoTOughiares. The whole is overgrown
at present by a mass of tropical plants
and great old trees that have been stand
ing for hundreds of years. To what
nation those people belonged cannot be
told, but the ruins would indicate that
once Africa's shores were the seat of a
great civilization and a great com
merce."—St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Did Life Begin at the Poles?
As a matter of fact this earth of ours
has long passed its youth. It is now
verging on old age, and with its poles
covered by everlasting ice it rss.y be
likened to a body whose extremities are
bleached and paralyzed with years. Even
in the geological period which imme
diately preceded our own, and which is
known as the postpliocene, or quater
nary, great changes took placo, and man
01 .vdsy aid tot-it? unsjss compared to
what they were then, and in North
America we can trace tho shore lines of
immense quaternary lakes which no
longer exist. ~
But while this fact may interest and
perhaps surprise us a little it does not
tax our credulity so much ac when we
are told that onco instead of snow and
ice a luxuriant vegetation flourished not
far from tho poles. Indeed the French
naturalist Bullion believed that on our
planet, which was slowly ccoled and
consolidated, life began at the poles, and
that from thence it spread in the direc
tion of the tropics, whereat first tbo heat
was too intense to admit of any kind of
life. But it is Only within recent years
that wo have been able to get a glimpse
of the ancient arctic zone, which is much
moro accessible than the antarctic, and
what haa thus far been brought to light
makes Button's daring conjecture ap
pear not so very improbable.—Catholic
An Illustration by Beecher.
A man who had been a warm friend
of Henry Ward Beecher tells this:
"Almost the last time I saw Mr. Beech
er," ho said, "I was with him in com
pany with a group of men, one of which
waa Colonel Ingorsoll. The colonel was
airing some of his well known religions
opinions, but Mr. Beecher for some time
took no notice of tho half challenge of
"He Sat silent, with his head bowed.
Finally, in a pause after an especially
daring assertion from the colonel, he
" 'On my way hero,' he said, 'at the
corner of Fulton street and Broadway,
where the press vehicles is close
and dangerous, a wan, a cripple, waa
trying to cross the street. A stout crutch
supported him, and be was making prog
ress when a fellow ran out and knocked
his crutch from under him, leaving him
helpless against the dangers bearing
down on every side.
" 'That cripple, sir,' he went on, sud
denly raising his voice and throwing
back his leonine head, 'is humanity; his
crutch is Christianity, and you are the
one who would push it away, offering
nothing in its stead.' "—New York Times.
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photographer has to contend with is the
preservation of the natural expression of
tho sitter for tho period of exposure.
Notwithstanding that this period has
boon greatly shortened in various ways,
particularly by the adoption of the mag
nesiTun light in phonographic practice,
nervousness plays such a largo part in
tho temperajtuent of the great majority
of those who aro anxious to hand down
their pretwntrnerjte to posterity that tho
operator haa oftan found the interval
even too pwlooficd for the acxohrplieh
ment of his per tort work.
This diflaenlrj- has been overcome by
llorv Eaag in Sturr«art by m«ans of 'a
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B9:20a.«» lanta Monloa 8.08 a.m
9:30 a.m.... f"tuu> Monlfa 8:50 a.m
10:20 a.m Santa Monica..... 12no p.m
1:10 p.m...Santa M0n10a..... 4:25 p.m
5:16 p.m Banta Monica 5:37 p.m
6:16 p.m Santa Monloa sfl 35 p.m
a 9:25 p.an Santa Monloa aH:33 p.m
10:20 am ....Soldiers' Home.... 8:08 a.m
6:15 p.m....Soldiers' Home ... 5:37 p.m
19:20 am ...fort l.oa Angeles... Bl2:10p.m
s9:so a.m...Port Les Angeles... 54:25 p.m
810:20 a.m...Port Loa Angeles... 55:37 p.m
sl;10 am . ..Port Los Aa geles... 56:35 p.m
4:5t p.m t_s»ln »48 a.m
A 9:40 a.m Whlttier 8:41 a.m
4:58 p.m ...whlttUr A 1:46 p.m
Rvery Siiidajbeglnnlna at 10:10 a.m. there
wilt be an hourly train service between Hanta
Monloa and the mammoth wharf at i'ort Loa
Angeles. Last train leaves the mammoth wharf
at 6:00 p.aa.
Southern Paclnc. company's trains connect at
Ban Pedro wilh the flap steamship Falcon:
Leave. Arcade Depot. ... Arrive,
9:25 s.m Satordaya
Mondays 4:15 p.m
Take Rants Monloa trains (ram San Fernanda
street, N-sud's lunation, Commercial street,
arcade depot, Jefferson street (Wlnthtop sta
tion), Grand avenue, or University.
For north: Arcade. Commercial street,Naud's
Junction, tan Farnaado street.
For east: Arcade, Commercial street, Maud's
Junction. , .
For other branches: Arcade, Commercial
street, Naud's Junction, Ban Fernindo street.
Local and through tickets sold, baggage
cheeked, Pullman sleeping car reservations
made.and general information given upon ap
plication to J. M. CRAWLBY, Asst. _ Pas. Agt,,
No 144 8. Spring St., COT. Second. CUARLUa
SKYLER, Agent at depots,
a Snsdays only.
A Sundays excepted.
BIOH'D GBA.Y. Gen. Traffic Mgr.
T. fl. GOODMAN,
Gen'l Passenger Agt,
SO IT TpFe B~N~C~ALrFOKWI A KAIL WA
COatPANT. f»anta Fe Ronte.l
IK EFFECT BPNDAY, FEB. 26, 1893.
* 5:15 p.aa ... Chicago Limited.... * 7:50a.m
* 7-On a m . ..Overland Express. .. * fl:*Sp.m
» 8:15a.m .San Disgo Coast Line. . * 1 :J5 p.m
* 4:30p.m .San Diego Coast Line. * 0:50 p.m
* 7 OOa.ra f 1 * 7:60 a m
* 9-00 a.m...flan Bernardino... * 9:55 a.m
* l:i»»m < ....viaPasadena.... ) t 1:28p.m
* 4:O0p,B» * 6:35pm
* 5:18 p.ss I J » 7:45 p.m
* 7:00 a.m (....Riverside via....) f 1:15p.m
» 9 00am <...Ban Bernardino. >' 6:35p.m
* 1:28 p.aa « > * 7:45 p m
t 6:osam (Riversideand San.i i*lo 15 *.m
i 111:00a.m I Bernaidlao \ • 3:55 pm
* 4:30p,m ' ...via Orange > * 6:s*p.m
* 7:0O»ni fßedlands, Mentonel * 0:55 a. a
• * 9 OOa.ssi . ...and Highland... t I:2spm
I * l:_Bp.niU via U-0:35p.m
* 4:00».ml Pasadena * 7:45 p.m
* t»:lS».ral I I \
* a .-•>* * m (Redlamls, J_._nron_> -'9:i5 P fflt
* 4 30 ,->._: 'Ora_ge A Rive/aide) \" «:.',op.m
_ ' ■ If if 7:85 a.m
* 9:00 a nti ...Azusa, Pasadena.. » B:43am
•12:25 p.m and • 9:55 a.m
* l:2spraK—lntermediate.... y\ 1:25 p.m
* 4:00pm 1 statlonr; i* 4:00p.m
t 5:25 p.m' !* 6: 5 p.m
* 7:00 p.m | l J • 7:45 p m
t"io;isa.m Pasadena * 7:ftoa.m
* 5:15p.m Pasadena l»ll:81a.m
t 6:05 a.m Santa Asa t 8:50a.m
* 8:15 am Santa Ana »10:16a.m
* 1:50 p.m Santa Ana * 1:15 p.m
* 4:30 p.m Banta Ana • 6:50 p.m
•10:16a.m Redondo * 8:29a.m
* 4,06 p.m Redondo * 8:50 p.m
* 7:48a.m BantaMonlca
•10:OOa.m BantaMonlca .... • 9:43a.tn
* 4:05 p.m BamaMoulea. * 8:50 p.m
BanlaMonioa * 6:o6pm
t 9 00 a.m San Jacinto v. Pasadena t ' -.26 p.m
tl 1:00a.m lan Jacinto via Orange t 3:55 p.m
f 9:00 a.m Temecuia via Paaadena t I:*6 p.m
tll:00am ..lemecula via Orange.. f10.15 p.m
t 8:15 a.m Etcondldo y. Coaat Line t 1:15 p.m
•Dally. fPaily except Sunday. jSunnaysonlj.
E. W. McGBB, City Pes. and T. Igt,
120 N. Spring St., Los Angeles.
ED.CHAMSERB, Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of First ttt. first St. Depot.
Los Angeles Teriieal R'y.
Los Angelsa depots: Bast end of Firat street
and Downey avenue bridges.
Leave Lot Angelea fori Leave Pasadena for
Passdena. j Los Angeles.
t 6:35 a.m I f 7:15 a.m
* 7:10 a.m..". * 8:05 a.ra
* 8:00 a.m • 9 05 a.m
* 9:00 a.m 1 *10:35 a.m
•10:30 a.m «12:00 m
•12:15 p.m. • 1:05 p m
* 1:26 p.m • 2:05 p.m
* 2:25 p.m • 4:05 p m
* 4:00 p.m • 5:25 p.m
* 8:80 p.m • 7:05 p.m
* 6 20 p.m :. .......
• »:30 p.m
11:00 p.m '11:45 p.m
Downey avenne leaving time 7 mlnntea later.
Leave Los Angeles for Leave Altadena for
Altadrna. Loa Angsles.
*10:30 a.m. '11:35 I m
J 2:25 p.m t 3:40 p.m
* 4 00 p.m * 5:00 p.m
AH trains start from First-street depot.
Leava Lo* Angeles for Le.ve Glendale /or Loa
t 6:45 a.m 4 7:25 a.m
i 8:16 a m..., I 9:05 a m
•12:00 m 1 1:30 p.m
* 5:25 p.m ♦ 6:ls_p.m
Leave Loa Angeles for Leave East San Pedro
Long Beach and East for
Ban Pedro. l.os Angelas.
* 9:45 a m *.....* 7:15 a.m
112 48 p.m 111:15 a.m
* 6:15 p.m * 8:85 p m
Between East San Pedro and Long Beach 10
San Satiric! Valley Rapid Transit Railway.
Leave Los Angeles for Leave Monrovia for Los
* 7:55 a.m t 8:55 a m
•11:10 a m • 8:55 a m
* 2:sfi p m *12:45 p.m
* 5 23 p.m. » 4:00 p.m
•Daily. fDaily.exeett Sundaya jSundayg only.
Stages mast the 8:00 a.m. and 12:18 p.m.
trains at Pasadena for Mt Wilson on new trail.
Passengers leaving Loa Angelea on the 8 a m.
train for w'ilaon'speak can return the aame day
thtatar nights the 11 p m. train will wait 30
mluntca after the theater is oat when later than
Special rates to excursion and picnic parties.
Depots east end First street aad Downey a va
General dfloos, First-street Depot.
T. B. BI'BKBTT, Qeneral Manager,
jy2-tl w. WINCOP, flea. Passenger Aat.
CAHUENOA VALLEY RAILROAD.
On>ad after SATURDAY, APRIL 151b, trains
will rnn as fellows:
Lye west end Temple St. Lye Hollywood.
10;00a m 9:30a.m
11:00 a m 10:80 a.m
1:30 p.m 1:00 p.m
•_-.aOp.rn 3:00 p.m
3:30 p.m 3:oft pin |
6: '0 p m 5:00 p.m
4 13U a. QOODBNOW. Pras't. I
& Trust Company
NO. I*B SOUTH MAIS eV-BBET, I.OS ASOKIIB, CAL,
CAPITAL STOCK . ■ .$200,000
BTJBPtO. AND UNDIVIDEB riOPftS 21 IIi.OOO
t. l nrronw, n Wlfl 111 I J. -", bartoh, cashier.
WM. MoD-MfOTT, VTca-Presldant. W. D. LOKGVUAB, Assistant Cashier,
lulu W. II«lH»»n Herman W. Hellm-n, Maurice S. Hellman, A. C. Rorers,
T L. Dnnae, Win. McDermott, M. L. Fleming, J. A. Graver
F. N. Myers, ■>■ '■' Shan-lend, J. F. Bar tor I.
KIYB PER CEST MEREST PAID OS DEPOSITS. BOSH LOWED 01 RIAL ESTATE.
Our Loan Committee of five Direritore exercise Brent care In making loam.
F.speetal attention given to depositors of small aura*, also to children's savings deposits.
tteinlttannssi may be sent by draft, postal order, or Wells, Kargo ACo.'s express. 4 1 ly
H I'KHt dCMT INTBBUHT fJkUQ ON Ob-fOSt a"=S.
Main Street Savings Bank and Trust Company,
CAPITAL, - - fjaoO.OOt).
430 MAIN SrEBBT, M»8 ANGSLSS, O.VI,
The ds'ignof this Instilatlon is to atTard a sufs depository for the earnings) ol all passem
who are detlfoiia ut ulsoiog their maaer where it will he free from aoeieluat, and at tireta-M
tint be earning for (bent a fair rate of interest. Deposit* win be , icclved tn :uM« of tram 91 M
BS6OO. Working men anil woven should deposit at least S4 par saoeic fraut thMr srasTas TaU
will farm a aoeMas M*>t wtH ultimately enable you to parcua* a nomeor b«c.'n touslßafa, OhlH
dr»h can purchase S-oent stamps In all parts of th) onjAtad eonniy .t lathe best senoatier
you oan have tn saving and earlag fer money.
J. B. LAHKBRBIIM. OHAB. BORMA*', J. V, WACHTBL,
Pre-hl -0 Vice-President, flashier.
MONKV TO LOAN ON MOHTOAOEB.
Los Angeles Savings BankJ
N© 336 North Main ettrect,
CAPITAL STOCtT. 9 \CA'£S?2
8. W. HELLMAN, President. J PLATER, Vlce-Presiaant,
W. M. CABWELTI, Oaabler.
I. W, HELLMAN, ». 8. BAEHR. H. W. HBLLMAN.
J. B. PLATER, f. W. HELLMAN, Ja.,
0-5 tf _stß~interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on first class real estate.
Germari-Arriericaii Seivingrs Bank,
114 SOUTH MAIN STRF.KT, LOS ANGBLES, CAL.
OAPITALPAIDINQOLD, - - St 100,000 00.
Intarait compounded qnarteily to depositors a' tho rate of 5 per Cen: on term nnd 3.8 m pel
cent on ordinary diposlts.
E. N. MCDONALD. Pre.% DB. JOSEPH aidß. »■ l ffl| tt
VICTOR PONET, Treasarer. M. N AVfcltv, I'ec'y P. P. SCLOMALHISB, Asst. mo y
E.N MoDohat.d, H. W. Btoll. Joseph Kubtz, M. N.Avkry, E.A.WXfoea
CONBAO HAFKII, W. M. BIIKI.DON, 8. W. 1.1.1TWt.1.1t, VICTOR Ponst, 0. If.l-lirr,
Isaac H. Johssoh.
gtf~ Open every Satorday evening for depot!ts.-^KS
LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, .
United States Depository.
OapltaL * 5 2°'2?°,
OKO. H. BOFEBRAKB, President.
F. 0. HOWES, Cashier.
E. W. 008, Assistant Cashier.
Col. H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green,
Warren Glllelen, L. P. Crawford,
C. A. Marrlner, Geo. H, Bonebrake,
P. C. Hows*.
No Interest paid on deposit?.
Exchange i'or sale on all the principal cities
of the United states and Europe. i
S- TATiMBHT~oi'"THB CONDITION OF THE
Los Angeles National Bank, ol Los Angeles,
Cal., at the close of business March 6, 1803:
Loans and dlscoanti. , $ 883,116 10
Banking house and fixture* 173,954 04
Expense! and taxas paid 0,006 25
4 per cent $898,400 00
Oashonhand 228.670 66
C-Mn banks. lBB99o 66 813,007 32
•Total $1,856,144 31
Canltal $ 600001 00
piftlna 52.500 00
Undivided profits 15,968 59
National bank notes outstanding }?/>. u _: 0 00
Deposits 1.172,6.5 70
Total $1,876,144 31
T 08 ANGELES SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST
XJ COMPANY, With ' „ ,
CITIZENS' BANK, 3!S Bonth Spring street,
n hi remove to their new Ana' elegant rooms in
atlmaon Block whsn completed.
Branch csSice. Graad Opera llousj Block,
T. B. 0. LOWE President
T. W. BRKTHERTON Vice-PrwloVnt
A. P. WEST Cashier
Buy and sell all first-class securities.
STOCKS WANTED In the Los Angeles. Pasa
dena and other gas companies.
First class, well secutad Gas, Water end Sail
way bonds lor aale.
AfasP'Tlme loans seated heat of security
sUTea and liberal interest paid. 1* 36 Baa
THB UNIVERSITY BANK fIF LOS ANGELES
Sontheaat cor. First and Broadway.
Capital stock, folly paid $100,000
B. M. Widney, President.
D. O. MilUmore, Vlce-Prea't.
Geo. L. Arnold, Cashier.
R. V. Widney, T>. O. MUtlmore,
8. W. Little, B. McKlnlay,
John MeArthur, C. A. Warner,
L. J. P. Morrill.
General banking business and loans on first
class real estate solicited. Buy and sell first
class stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wish
ing to invest In first-class securities, on either
long or short time, can be accommodated.
ajiAitasaaa Ann itasunAnxo nana u»
r Lo* Angeles, Cal.
Capital (paid np) $ 500,000
t urplus aad profit* 780,000
HSRMAN W. HELLMAN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Cashier
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
W. H Perry. Osro W. Child*, J. B. Lanker.
shim, C. B. Tnom, C. Dnoommnn. H. W. Hell
man, T. L. Dnqne, A. Glaasell. I. W. Hellman.
Exchange for sale on all the principal cities
of the United states. Bnrope, China and Japan.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONALS ANK
101 c. Spring street, Nadeau block.
L. N. Breed President
Wm F. Boseyahell Viee-PresMeat
0. N. Flint Cashier
W. H. Helliday Assistant Cashier
Capital paid in gold coin $200,000
Burplns and undivided profit* 25,000
Authorised capital 600,000
L. jr. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wra, H. Avery.
Ella* Holmsn, W. et. Helliday, M. C. Bosoy
ihell, M. Hagan, Frank Bader, D. Re-let.
Tho*. do**. William F. Bosbysaell. 7-1 tf
BANK OF AMERICA,
LOS ANGELBS COUNTY BANK,
Capital stock paid np $100,000.
JOHN B. PLATER President
ROB]". 3. BAKER Vtoe-Presldeut
Gilo. ■. BXBWART Cashier
Jot ham Blxby, Chaa. Forman,
L. T. Gatnaey, Lswellyn Blxby,
R. 8. Baker, John E. Plater,
Gee. H. Stewart.
Cor. Broadway and Second tt.. Lot Angeles.
Pabtcrihel capital $300,000
Paid up oapttel 800,000
turpi us , 20.0 a)
J. Fraakenfisld. PreaMent
earn Lewis Vle*-Pre*ldent
J. W. Wltmer Cashier
John G. Moaaln Aisittani Cashier
. Franken£e!d. G. W. Hughes, Sam Lewis,
J. C Kays. B. W. Joees. L. B. NewWn,
Hervey Lindley. R. F. Loupeich.
General banking and exchange business
transacted. ut tin '
OF LOS ANQELE9,
Northwest Corner of SprlDg and Second Streets,
Los Angeles, Cal.
CAPITA L,TOTtiT^rioWoiTs7s7Qo ) QQQ
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR 3:
W. G. Cochran, President.
H. J. Woor.i-ACOTT, Vlee-Pres't.
A. E. Fletcher, flashier.
Jambs F. Tow ell, 3eo*y.
Geo. H. BonebraVe, O. T. Johnson. JjlgaW. P.
Gardiner. A. A. Hubbard. W. H "rocker,
P. M. Grean, Telfair Gieighton, B. F. Ball.
We do a general banking buslnosa, sol oft
commercial deposits and pay interest on irme
deposit*:. Make commercial loans on personal
and collateral secnrltias, and time loans en real
estate. We act as trustee* for corporations and
estates. Have safe deposit boxes tor rent,
rpHK NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA/
Corner o< Spring and 8f ennd street*,
LOB ANGaLIS, CAL.
Capital paid np $259,000
J. M. C. Marble President
O. M.OiiurcMU Vice President
A. Hadley Amu Csahiel
BOARD OF DIRECTORS. '
Dr. W. L Graves, P,. P. C. Klokka. 0. T John,
soc, W lladlei. It. N. alcDnnald, M. H. nhsr
man, Fred Eaton, John Wolfskin, Tbo* X,
Bard. 10 31
ft*VI3IOS DANK OF BOUTHBRN ' ALI FOB
Sjathoaat "or. riprln< s„ii Court s's.,
LoS AUgOs, Cal.
J. M. Elliott, PraMMgt.
Frank A. OltSsoii, VlcB-Pre»'t.
J. H. Braly, Cathio
Geo. H. Bonebrake, J. H. Braly.
H. 1.. Drew. J. M. BHlott,
C. N. Haason, t. 6. Howe*,
M. W. Htlmson, W ram Mabnry,
J. D. Bieknell. Frank A. Gibson.
■pi BS r NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGXLBS
CAPITAL BTOCKTT $200,000
J. M. Elliott, President.
J. D. Bieknell, Vlce-Pres't.
a. B. Shaffer, Aas't Csaalsa
J. M. Flliott, J D. Bieknell,
8. H. Motl, H. Mabnry,
J. D. Hooker. D. -Mcrtarr/,
THB CITY BANK, ,
87 South Spring street.
Capital Stock. $300,000 ■
A. D. Childrbss President
John 8. Pa.be, Cashier
W. T. Childress, Poindexter Duna,
J. I. Bcaailert, 3. E. Crandsll,
John 8. Pant, B, O. Lunt,
A. D. ChtMrMi.
General banking. Ftra and hnrglar proof say
deoosit bv.xes rented at tram $.» to $20 per aay
DR. WONG HIM.
tJAfnese Pbysfcinn and Surgeon, has resided all
Lew Angeles eighteen ,18; years. His reenter
tlnu as a thorough physician haa bean foßy *aW
haullaaed and appreciated by many. His lam
practice is tnSlcient proof, of his ability aad)
honesty; The doctor graduated in the foremost
:olletes, also uractlt-tffl In the largest haasatala
at Canton, China. The doctor speaks Spanish
Ofllee: 639 Upner Main street.
Bnndredr of testimonials are on file at the!
loctor's office which he has received from hia
numerous put'.euts est different nationalities,
which he has cured ot all manner of disease* to]
arnica the human body la hair—from thensallJ
Mt pimple to the most ooatp. ..ed of case*.
!>. O. b0x564, Station C. Los Angela*.
Onararitoa Owe for rKirrotrVoa, Chivmla Gfee-L JUuv
iiing Ulaers or i livi. uriU 'LeurorrfawA of laaM
ctkretl from Rtn 14 <tnm s, M fcv
Price. $t. p. o. Ftox V>.
A-: r— i»n»w -ct,t^"
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Mala St, Loa Angelea.
Prescription* care tally compounded -*-v at
leht, nt** tf
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