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Memorial Dnjr-The Cracker and fleer
Pasadena, May 28.—The arrange
ments Bre practically completed for the
celebration of Memorial day.
Much interest has been taken in the
event by tbe school children, and it is
expected that a large number of them
will participate in the exercises.
A special train has been arranged to
leave the Terminal station at 9:30 a.m.,
returning after the exercises. The fare
for the ronnd trip will be 10 cents for
school Children and 20 cents for the gen
eral pablic. Accommodations will be
provided for all, and everyone is invited
to join in paying respect to the nation's
The G. A. R. committee appointed to
take charge of arrangements has been
untiring in ita zeal to make the dsy one
to be remembered among the annual
commemorative days and the pro
gramme as arranged is a very pleasing
one. , , j
The following report has been received
from this committee:
PROGRAMME OP EXERCISES.
Johr/F. Godfrey-, Post No. 03, G. A.
R., a jd nil ex-union soldiers and sailors
will meet at the post room at 8:30 a. m.,
Tuesday. May 80th. The Woman's Re
lief corps, Sons of Veterans, Ladies Aid
society, school children and other or
ganizations taking part in the exercises,
will join the G. A, R. at the corner of
Colorado street and Fair Oaks avenue at
oa. m. sharp, reporting to Comrade
George T. Downing, marshall of tbe day.
Tbe line of march*will be from the inter
section of Colorado street and Fair Oaks
avenne, west on Colorado street to tbe
terminal station, where cars will be in
waiting to convey the different organiza
tions and the pablic to Mountain View
cemetery, where the usual ritualistic
exercises, assisted by the Harmonia
The different organizations will as
semble at their respective meeting
places at 7 p. m. and form marching *ni„
umn on Colorado street, in front of G.
A. R. ball, and preceded by tbe Sons of
Veternns drum corps, will march to the
M. E. tabernacle, where the evening
exeroises will be held, commencing at
7:30 p. m., and consisting of an oration
by ex-District Attorney James McLaugh
lin, and a literary and musical pro
W. J. Babcus,
George T. Downing,
A. C. Drake,
AN IMPORTANT ARREST.
The ball has once more been started
rolling and we are to have a genuine
test ease of ths license ordinance. Last
night Mr. Werner, proprietor of tbe
Keystone Lunch on South Fair Oaks
was arrested by Marshal Buchanan for
selling bear in violation of the city ordi
nance, which provides that beer and
wine shall only be served by hotels and
restaurants With meals.
As is well known tbe restaurants
have been getting around the provisions
of the ordinance by serving one or two
crackers and a piece of cheese with the
liquid refreshments. Whether this con
stitutes a meal is the point to be deter
mined by the case now on hand, jand it
is anticipated that there will be a lively
Mr. Werner was brought up before
City Recorder J. G. Rossiter last even
ing and released on $100 cash bail.
The officers think they bave a strong
case, and if a conviction is secured it
will practically settle the cheese and
Memorial Sunday was commemorated
by exercises at the M. E. tabernacle
this morning. The church was beauti
fully decorated with flowers and flags
for the occasion, much taste being ex
hibited in the arrangement.
The services were conducted by Rev.
J. W. Phelps and were listened to by a
large audience. Several selections were
rendered by Miss Jones and the Star
quartette, in a very pleasing manner.
The G. A. R., W. R. C., S. V. and La
dies' Aid society attended in a body.
The address of Rev. J. W. Phelps was
listened to with mach attention, and at
its close there was a general participa
tion in the singing by the congregation,
following which came the benediction.
Council meeting tomorrow at 2
o'clock. No reserved seats.
The wheelmen are talking of organiz
ing a bicycle club.
A little more water could be used to
excellent advantage on our atreets.
There has been a perceptible let-up in
the World'a fair travel from thia city,
with no immediate prospect of an in
crease unless there is a material reduc
tion in the rates.
The real estate market still continues
active in spite of tbe lateness of the
season while there is no let up in the
Paaadena'a board of trade is rapidly
forging to the front as a factor in the
onward progress of the city. It now
has a membership of 160, 20 of whom
have been admitted during the past
Paaadena office of the Herald, No. 7 North
Fair Oak* arena*. Advertisements and sub
KERCHOFF-CUZNKR Mill and Lumber Co..
oorner Broadway anp Kansas streets.
month and the number Is constantly ;
The year which is almost closed has
been a most prosperous one in the his
tory of Throup Polytechnics.
Contrary to early announcements the
Pasadena Pecking company will run Its
canning faotory on Cypress avenue this
summer. Mr. Joseph Wallace has
taken charge of affairs.
It is understood that the carpenter
contractors have notified theirmen, tbat
in accordance with their rsquest for an
8 hour working day. to take effect June
Ist, they will hereafter pay by the hour.
Whether this will be upon the basis of
an 8 or 9 hour day is not known.
Shipping; Arrivala nnd Departnree—
Redondo Bsach, May 28.—The
steamer Alki, Capt. Plummer, from the
north, reached Redondo port Bt 7:30 p.
m. last evening, landing 00 tons of mer
chandise for Los Angeles and a large
consignment of live hogs for San Beran
dino. The Alki sailed at midnight for
Port Los Angeles, where a cargo of grain
Today being Saltwater day at Redondo
Beach, as might have been expected, an
immense throng of people have in
vaded our burg since early morning. Up
to 3 p. m. upwards of 4000 passengers
were received by the two railroads and
a good many visitors by private convey
ances from the surrounding country.
Ths programme formulated by King
Neptune was faithfully carried out, in
cluding the swimming match, the yacht
race and the Are works by day
light. The big crowd was enliv
ened by the Riverside band, con
sisting of 14 pieoes. supplemented
by the Ontario band of 18 pieces, both
discoursing elegant and enlivening mu
sic from the band stand of the Casino.
The entries for the yacht race were
the Viking, No Name (Puritan), Carma
lita, Phoenix, Helen, Beesie B. The
race resulted in the No Name (Puritan)
being declared winner, firs* prize; Car
malita, second prize; Viking, third
prize; Helen, fourth prize.
At « o'clock p. m. the fireworks were
commenced from Redondo wharf, and
were pronounced the finest exhibition
ever witnessed here.
This auspicious opening of the season
at Redondo Beach indicates lively times
during tbe next few months at this re
Among the crowd of visitors were
noted many Santa fe officials who were
enjoying the pleasure of the seaside;
Messrs. I. L. Hibbard, G. F. Tincher,
F. P. Greyson, F. B. Held, Fred Partes,
Conductor Kinch and many others.
Jtfr. flharlas Eberln or Riyprnide has
taaen apartments at Martin Villa.
Mr. Joseph Olvaaker of ion Autre'"
was in town yesterday, looking after his
late purchases of real estate.
The following were this morning's ar
ll*" 1 " -* Hotel Redondo: D. H. Thomas,
H. L. Gibbs, banta Ana; airs. it. id.
Nichols and child, Huron, 8. D.; Mr.
and Mra. Crosby, Miss Birdie Chanslor,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jacoby and chil-
Mrs. Hill, Miss Carr, M. N. Winaos,
Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. White
and child, Olympia, Wash.; Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. E.
F. Dyer, San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs.
M. A. Whee and daughter. Little Rock,
Ark,; Mrs. Dr. Frary, Mr. and Mrs. B.
CHne, Pasadena: Mr. and Mrs. B. Liv
ingood, Ontario, O.; Miss Sadie Waaha
baugh, Glendora; E. L. Truesdell, Al
hamrrra; J. F. Coilbreath, Santa Fe; H.
E. Elliott, Riverside; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lauer, Indianapolis, Ind.
A Determined Father and a Midnights;
Santa Ana, May 28.—Those who were'
on the streets-late last night might have
seen a father Wbo was in earnest, a man
who had just been released from jail
and the county clerk going toward the,
courthouse. Still further investigation
would prove that a marriage license was
to be issued, giving H. 0. Bishop the
legal right to wed Lillian Dawaon. After
the marriage license had been issued a
midnight wedding took place and the
two were united. Bishop is tbe festive
yonng dentist who enticed Miss Dawson
away from home for, as la said, immoral
purposes. The father of the girl, who
is a respected resident of this city, had
him arrested, and last night, upon his
promise to marry the girl, had him re
leased. The girl's family are well con
nected, and respected by all.
TIB HAS LSFT US.
Pretty Johnny Taylor, the young man
who attempted suicide here Friday
night, left yesterday for Loa Angeles.
Me aaid be wonld not again attempt to
push the pearly gates ajar, even if the
next girl be proposes to won't have him.
The Salvation army had a glorious
time last night when ice cream and cake
were served to a multitude.
Ed. Stafford has returned for his va
cation from the Stanford university.
Appropriate memorial services were
bald at tbe Methodist church in this
Are Ton Thinking
What you ought to take with you when
you go to the world's fair? Your outfit
will not be complete without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colio, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. The change of water and
diet, fatigue and irregular habits during
your trip are almost certain to produce
diarrhoea, and a dose or two of thia rem
edy may save you serious sickness and
perhaps much expenje. Procure it be
fore leaving home. 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222
Importer and dealer In Chinese and Japanese
fancy goods All kinds of silks, silk dress pat
terns, embroidered silk dressinggowus, shawis
aud handkerchiefs, and genie' lu-mailing
goods; and also miuWactures ladles' under
wear. I respectfully call tbe attention of the
publlo to 'he fact that all my stack Is now oh
special sale, regardless of cost. No. 60S ( orth
Main street, opposite the plaza, Los Angelea.
Wall Paper at Cost.
Closing out sale—Eckstrom. & Btraeourg, 307
and 309 South Main street
Visiting Uar.U TCBgraved
At Langstadter'*, 214 Wait Second. Tel. 762
LOS ANGELES HERALDt MONDAY MORNING, MAT 29, 1893.
The Mnccabee ■xenreioti to the Beach.
Santa Monica, May 28.—Great prepa
rations are being made by everyone to
properly entertain the Knights of Mac
cabees and their friends who come down
here on their grand excursion tomorrow
from every point in Southern California,
there being over 2500 knights alone who
have given notice Of their coming, be
sides a host of others. It will undoubt
edly be tbe largest excursion ever held
at any one point.
The Southern Pacific will ran the fol
lowing trains from Los Angeles (Arcade
depot) to accommodate the rush: 8:00,
9-20,9:30,10:10, 10:20 a.m,, and 1:10
p.m., besides an hourly service between
Cafion wharf and Santa Monica.
All Santa Monica extends an invita
tion to all sunland to come down on
Decoration day and sip the glad red
wine of pleasure and partake of «ie
golden apples of health.
MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATIONS.
Memorial day tomorrow will be duly
celebrated both at the Soldiers' home
and here. At Banta Monica they Will be
under the direction of Fort Fisher post
O. A. R., and will be as follows:
At 8 a. m. the G. A. R. will assemble
at the post headquarters and proceed to
the grave yard, where they will decorate
the graves of the soldier dead j thenoe
proceeding to the home and participate
in the ceremonies there at their decora
tion at 10 a. m. .
In the afternoon at 1:30 o'clock the
soldiers and theif guest will assemble at
the public scholi building, where Prof.
Leßoy D. BrowflHß act as tanA mar '
The followiniPPrir will be observed
in the procession:
1. Santa Monica band.
2. School children.
3. Board of trustees.
4. School trustees.
5. Members of tbe W. R. O.
6. Members of the G. A. R. (Fort
7. Citizens and visiting friends.
At the signal of the school bouse bell
being rung they will start the line of
march, being from the school house on
Sixth street to Arizona avenne; thence
along Third street on Arizona avenue;
thenoe along Third street to Utah ave
nue ; and thence on Utah avenne to the
band stand, on Ocean avenne.
After music by the band Professor
Brown will introduce Colonel Brooker.
who will be the orator of the day. After
more music by the* band E. E. Parker,
of Indiana, will deliver an address, the
ceremonies to close with a song and in
vocation by Rev. I. M. Merlin-jones.
The usual Sunday crowd came down
and took possession of tbe town, enjoy
ing their holiday beside the eea.
Those who place their ears to the
I ground can hear the tread oi the ap
proaching host of Maccabees who will
I storm the town on Decoration day.
Items of Interest.
i-moT oljloj »r>OJffg and beat taMo r»a»rd
at Santa Monica at Eeiurvuo Cottage (in con
nection with Bellevue Terrace, Los Angeles),
Ocean avenue. Mrs. 0. W. Stewart, Prop.
ALL WHO ESJOY good French cooking go
to the Dolmnaioo Restaurant, Second street,
Lu-,:. Monica, where P. Dauphlne, the cele
brated chef, presides over cuisine. Private
rooms, if deelred.
Memorial Day Services—Newi Matters of
Redlands, May 28.—The committee
in charge of the Memorial day services
announces tbat the ceremonies will be
gin at 3 o'clock. I. N. Hoag will preside,
and prayer will be offered by Rev. Stew
art, after which music by Miss Nellie
Fowler. Rev. O. H. Spoor, the orator
of the day, will deliver an address appro
priate to the occasion. A musical and
literary programme, especially arranged
for this day, will then be rendered by
'Miss Nellie Fowler, the Redlands quar
tette and others.
The following order of procession is
outlined by the grand marshal.
B. 0. Shepherd, Joe Rivera, BenF. Hyde.
J, Lee Burton,
Chief of Staff:
N. A. Blake.
V. L. Mitchell, R. E. Aroher, A. H. Pratt, J. L.
Haskell, F. W. Nutter, B. W. Cave, X C. Wei s,
W. C. Phillips, J. W. England, A. W. Taylor,
F. A. Kasson, W. G. Gardner, L. Lvon, H, W.
Allen, F. G. foraud, T. Cunningham, B. C.
GastoD, P. C. Drew, J. R. Westbrook, Chap.
Reeves, J. McLean. E. A, Baker, K. E. McGin
ness, J. W. Baker, H. B. Watson.
Redlands City Rand.
Company G, Redlands N. G. of C.
Bear Valley I'ost, No. 162, «. A. B,
Kedlauds Knights of Pythias.
Redlands Kulghts ol Maccabees.
Consisting of Sam Alder, Philip Mo Alice, Chas.
Kltching, James Hosklng, Leslie Dean, Glen
Edwards, Will Peitlt, George Tnttle. Alfred
Sterling, Lewis Brown, Percy Williams, Paul
Carrying a representative of George Washing
ton and 44 young ladles, each representing a
state of tbe union.
Scbool children in Line.
Union High School iv Carrlsges.
City Officials in Csrrlages.
Citizens in Carriage.].
Mrs. ,T. W. Barrows will go east soon
to visit her sister.
Mrs. M. E. Carey will leave tomorrow
Prof. C. P. CJieason and parents are
preparing to spend their summer vasa
tion in Massachusetts.
The West Redlands water company
have levied an assessment of $1.50 par
The charge of assault preferred against
Mr. Moulton by Mrs. E. W. 0. Meacham
was not sustained by the jury befors
which be was tried.
Dr. Painter of Banning ha: bought
three acres near the Terracina hotal, set
to one year old orange trees, for $2,000.
W. H. Vorhis hag succeeded T. H.
Seothe World's Fair for Fifteen Cant*.
Upon receipt of your address and 15 cent* in
postage stamps, we will mail you. prepaid, our
Souvenir Portfolio of the World's Columbian
Exposition. Tho regular price Is 50 cents, but
as we waut you to hare one we mage the piioe
nominal. You will find it a work of art and a
thing to be prized It contains full page views
of the great building*, with descriptions of
same, and Is executed in highest style of art.
If not satisfied with it. after you get it, we will
refund the ata>aps aad let you keep the book.
Address H. E. Bucklen & Co.. Chicago, Ml.
Long; Beach Nates.
FOR OOOtiS at Los Angeies prices go to Wm.
Schilling's corner of Pine and Second streets.
Clean, fresh stock of groceries, dry goods, boou
and shoes, etc.
California Vinegar Work*,
555 Banning street, opposite soap factory, near
Alameda and First streets, one-half block from
electric light works.
Sharplets in tbe land business in this
city. Mr. Sharplesa will open an office
in Los Angelea.
J. T. Kerr of S*n Jacinto was in town
C. H. Hodges of Riverside waa a vis
itor to this city yesterday.
The G. A. R. attended aervlcea in the
Preaqyterien church thia morning.
Tbe Maccabees are going to Santa
Monica Tueeday in great force.
A quiet wedding took place at the resi
dence of W. H. Gleea in thia city Tues
day. Miaa laabella G. Gammon and
George W. Sergeant being the contract
ing partiea. Rev. O. H. Spoor officiated.
Another Irrigation Company—The Be
San Bkrnabdino, May 28.—1n the
pact month a large number of corpora
tions have filed articles of incorporation
and afterwards met and elected officers.
They are all controlled by business men
and enterprising workers and no doubt
will be of great advantage to Southern
California in developing water, con
structing canals and" water routes,
bringing barren land out and plaoing it
on the market, etc. Yesterday another
company filed articles of incorporation
with the county clerk. It will be known
as the Sonthern California Manufac
turing Company. The term for which
it was incorporated is 60 years, and the
capital stock is $60,000. The directors
are Messrs. John H. Dale, O. E. White,
H. P. Wilkinson, Jobn E. Packard and
Jas. H. Todd. The purposes for which
tbe corporation was formed are to buy
and sell iron and steel in its raw or
manufactured State; to manufacture tbe
same into pipes, boilers and other arti
cles ; to take contracts of any character
that require iron or steel in any form to
complete them; to do any ditch work,
masonry work or other work necessary
for the proper carrying out of any con
tract taken by this company; to buy or
sell real estate or other property, and to
do any and all acts needful for the pro
per transaction of the business of the
The relay race between Riverside and
Loa Angelea 1b creating much excite
ment among bicyclists in this city. A
number of the cranks will go to the
"Holy city" to witness the finish in that
place. The riders will probably be ar
rayed in tbe relay ac follows: C. A.
Cowan (starting from Riverside, 8 miles;
Will S. Ruby, 1% miles; Wallace Derby,
C l ., miles; Ben O. Jordan, 6..
miles to Pomona; Joe Wilson, 6)2
miles; Carson Shoemaker, 7 miles, to
Fuente; Casey Caatleman, 10 miles, to
El Monte; Stanley Wilson, 6 miles, to
Six-Mile House; Lewie Fox, 6 miles, to
finish. The substitutes are Wiil D.
Wasson, Alex Varga and Ed Waseon.
The timers to Pomona will be M. M.
Millice, J. A. Simms, J. M. Johnson. W.
Miss Glen Will la visiting In Ontario.
Joe Lord ia in Loa Angelea on busi
The Native Sons will parade on Me
Miss Jennie Francis ia vielting friends
in the Angel oity.
Frank O. Prescott, one of Redland's
prominent attorneys, was in town yes
Ihe probate and default calendars
were called in Judge Campbell's court
Louie Grant, tho vontractor, was no
ticed on the streets yesterday.
Senator Seymour left for South Riv
erside, from whence he will go to San
Francisco on business.
Judge J. T. Knox and wife went down
to Santa Monica last evening to remain
A number of friends of Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Mater surprised them last even
ing at their residence, it being the fifth
anniversary of the estimable couple.
The California Comedy company be
came stranded yesterday in thia city
through lack of funds. They played the
evening before and yesterday to a email
audience, but the opera bouse manager
would not allow them to open last even
ing till they paid hall rent, which they
could not do.
News Botes from the San-Klsaed Terri
[Tombstone Prospector, May 28th.]
The late grand jury relieved Judge
Sloan of a great responsibility by de
ciding the title of Mr. McAllister to tho
office of supervisor. A point of law
which has proved a stumbling block and
racked the minds of learned men
throughout the United States, bas
proved but a toy in a Cochise county
grand jury room. The jury did not need
to take the case under advisement, as
ordinary mortals do, or hear authorities
quoted on auch a simple proposition.
It is expected that Judge Sloan will,
after reading the report of the grand
jury in this evening's Prospector, rush
to the court house and mounting tbe
judicial tripod, decide the McAllister
mandamus case in accordance with this
latest authority, for whether he is a de
jure officer or not he is a grand jury
one, and there ia no getting around it.
The grand jury says in its report:
The evidence is in effect that no pro
ceedings were had by a competent court
of jurisdiction to determine the eligi
bility of James P. McAllister, etc.
That settles it. Congress of the
United States will never, after reading
this report, judge of the eligibility of
ita own members. Tbe legislature of
the future great state of Arizona will
not dare in the face of this declaration
from Cochise, to unseat a member who
may have been disqualified from acting
aa a legislator. They must take the
matter before a "court of competent
A Vantoas Medicine.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has be
come famous for its cures of throat ami
lung diseases. It is intended especially
for coughs, colds, croup and whooping
coughs, and is the most effectual remedy
known for these diseases. Mr. C, B.
Main of Union Olty, Pa., says: "I have
a great Bale on Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. I warrant every bottle and
have never heard of one failing to give
entire satisfaction." 60 cent bottloe for
sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main.
The Monterey'! Trial Trip.
San Francisco, May 28.---The const
defense crniser Monterey pot to Bea at
3:30 this afternoon for tbe purpose of
testing her Machinery and guns. A
number of government officers are on
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth its weigth in gold. My hair has
stopped falling and all dandruff has dis
appeared aincal found skookum root hair
grower. Ask your druggust about it.
Of all descriptions at the W. 0. Furrey
company, 169,161 and 163 North Spring
st.. opposite old court house.
GET RID OF IT,
if you have Catarrh. Don't merely
relievo it for n timo with poisonous,
irritating snuffs and strong caustio
solutions. While you seem to be
getting help, you may be getting
harm. Stopped in this way, it's
usually only driven to the lungs.
You're worse off than ever.
But you can get rid of it com
pletely, with Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy. That's been proved over
and over again, in thousands of tho
most hopeless cases. By its mild),
soothing, cleansing and healing prop
erties, Catarrh in the Head and all
Catarrhal affections aro perfectly
and permanently cured.
Some physicians will tell you that
Catarrh can't be cured. They mean
that they can't cure it. Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy can.
And to prove that they believe
it, the proprietors of this medicine
will pay $500 for an incurable case
They don't see one often, but
they'll pay the money when they
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Best 001 l Shoo in the world for tho prion.
W. i.. DoUßlas ahoes are sold everywhere.
Everybody should wear them. It 1b a duty
you owe yourself to get the beet srnlne tor
your money. Economise in your footwear by
purohasinsW. L. Douglas Shoes.whioh
represent tho best value at the priooa ad
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Beware of fraud. None genuine without W. L.
IvSSto?"™[inapSoe stamped on bottom. Look
for It wtoen you buy.
W. I» Cowulai, Brcrftf-in, ftfstea, Bold by
104 North Spriug Btreet.
Notice of Award of Contract.
PUr.SD ANT TO STATUTES AND TO THE
resolution of award of the city council of
the city of Loa Angeles, adopted May 33, 1803,
direciing this notice, notice la hereby given
that the Baid city aouucll, iv open session, on
th« 15th day of May, 1803, opened, examined,
and publicly declared .ail sealed proposals or
bids olTerod for the following work, to-wit:
That a cement sidewalk six it ot in width be
constructed along each side of said Alpine
atreet from the easterly Hue of Centennial
Btre-t to the westerly line of Upper Main street,
(exceptingsuch portions of ssld sireet between
said points along which a oement sidewalk
has bceu constructed and accented), said side
walk to be constructed lv anatrdance with
specifications on file in the ofllce ot the clty
clerk, aaid speoltlcatlous being numbered
twelve. : „_. . ,
And thereafter, to-wit: Ou the 22d day of
Maj, 1811H, awarded cbe contract for said work
to the lowost regular responsible bidder, to wit:
T.. Gray Bros. Artificial Stone Paving company,
at tho prices named for stid work in Ms pro
posal on die, to-wlt: 11U cents per square foot,
and that tho ssld award has been approved by
ihe mayor. , ,
Clerk's office, Los Augeles. May 20,
1893 C. A. i.UCKBNBACH,
City Clerk ol the City ol Los Angeles.
: 5-23 2t
& Trust Company
NO. 148 SOUTH MAIK BTREET, LOS ANGEI.BB, 0A!..,
oa pita i. stock ........ „ **°2222
BtTRPLUB AND UNMVIItED PROFITS ~ 18,000
T. L. DTJQTJtJi, president. J- **• SARTORI, CaeMer.
Witt McDERMOTT, Vice-President W. D. LONGYI&AB, Asaistant Cashier,
Isalea W. Hellman Herman W. Hellman, Maurice 8. Hellman, A. C. Rogers,
t. L. Duque, Wm. MoDorraott, M. L. Fleming, J. A. Gravee.
F. N. Myers, J. H. Shenkland, J. F. Bartorl.
Fife PR 8 mi IVTFREST PAID OS DEPOSITS. lONsT 10HKH 01 BMIi MM
Our Loan Committee of dye Directors exercise great care in making loans.
F.speclal attention given to depositors of small sums, also to children's savings deposits.
Remittances may be sent by dralt, postal order or W lis, Fargo AGo 's express. 4-1 ly
f> v«*e CENT INTEHK9T PAID ON ÜBTOtJITB.
Main Street Savings Bank and Trust Company,
CAPITAL, - - $«oo^no.
tea n. main srßflMt, r.osj AwaartKf, o *»,._._.
The design ot this institntlon II to afford a ssfs depository for the earnings of all partem
who are desirous «1 plaoing their money where it will be froe from acofdent, aiM a* the name
time be earnfng for them a fair rate of Interist. Deposits will b». r c c>lvad ia mate of fsosnSl lo
15000. 'JTorthig men and women should deposit at loast $1 per week from their wages Xau
will form a noo ens that will ultimately enable you to parooase a home or begin buifnses, Crhil
dren can purchase »-cent stamps in »U parts of the ci«y and ooanty it is the best education
you can have in saving and caring for money.
J. B. LANKER3BIM, CHAS. EORMAN, J. V, WACHTHL,
President, Viae-President, Cashief.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES.
II II || ' i iss
Los Angeles Savings Bank,
NO 338 North. Matin Street.
CAPITAL STOCK. - $ W2Pj£fi!2
BUiiP L.TJS 30,000
H. W. HELLMAN, PresldtnL J. B. f LATER, Vioa-Prenoent,
W. M. OABWELTj. Caahler.
DIRECTOR!: „ ,
1 W. HELLMAN, R. 8. BAKER, _ H. W. HBLIJIAN,
J. B. PLATER, t W, HELLMAN, Jr.,
6-8 tf £IB»»lnterest paid on deposits. Money to loan on drst class real estate,
(Jrerrnan-Airiericari SaYir»o;s Bank,
114 SOUTH M&IN STREBT, LOS ANGELBS, CAL.
OAPITAL PAID IN GOLD, - - $100,000.00.
Interest compounded quarterly to depositors at the rate of 6 per cent on tern aad 3.6 m per
cent on ordinary deposits.
E. N. McDONAI D, Pres't, DR. JOSEPH KURTZ and 8. W. J'"-*"*** .
VICTOR POM ET, Treasurer. M. N AVERT, seo'y P. F. SCHUMACHER, Asst. Sac y
KN McDo»Ai,B H.W. Btoll, Josbph Kortz, M. N Avaav, E.A. PRgnss,
Oon«adH?m™ wj M. Sheldon, a. W. LmtwaiLM, Victor PoHef, 0. It . Fxiht,
Isaac H. Johnson
gkW Open every Saturday evening for deposlts."^B3
The Security Loan and Trust Gompy
WILL REMOVE from 123 W. Second street to ELEGANT NEW QUARTKRS.
223 SOUTH SPRING STREET
First door north L. A. Theater Building, on or ahont JULY 1, 1893.
With an absolutely Are and burglar proof plant and other now facilities in every depart
ment of our bu'iness, wo will be in a position to offer great advantages to our oustomori, and to
Mr Trn^ever 1 / ?am'nl«Sa* Bonds of snretyaMp furnished for esecutor., admin
l6te ßANKTF a ON B The»ewUN\ SAVINGS has been organized under ouranapices, and will open
up for business in the above mentioned room about July 1. o
LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK,
United States Depository.
Capital — 1f500,000
GEO. H. BONEBRAKE, President.
F. 0. HOWB3, Cashier. 1
E. W. 00E, Assistant Caihler.
Col. H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green,
Warren Gillelen, L. P. Crawford,
0. A. Marrlner, Geo. H, Bonebrake,
F. 0. Howes.
No interest paid on deposit*.
Exchange for sale on all the principal citle*
of the Onited Mates and Europe.
TMTJsUVKRSTTY BANK OF LOS ANGELES
Southeast cor. First and Broadway.
Capital stock, fully paid $100,000
R. M. Wldney, PMsldent.
D. 0. Miltimore, Vioe-Pres't.
Geo. L. Arnold. Cashier.
R. M. Wldney, D. O. Miltimore,
S. W. Little, S. MoKinlay,
John McArthnr, 0. A. Werner,
L. J. P. Morrill.
General banking business and loans on flrst
clasß real estate solicited. Buy and sell flr*t
class stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wish
ing to invest in flrst-rtlass securities, on either
long or short time, can be accommodated.
gAVINGS BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFOR-
Southeast cor. Spring and Court sts.,
Los Angeles, Oal.
J. M. Elliott, President.
Frank A. Gibson, Vioe-Pres't.
J. H. Braly, Cashier.
Geo. H. Bonebrake, J. H. Braly,
H. L. Drew. J. M. Elliott,
C. N. Hasson, F. C. Howes,
M. W. Stlmson, Hiram Mabury,
J. D. Bickneil, Frank A. Gibson.
■pirßSr NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
J. M. Elliott, President.
J. D. Bieknell, Vlce-Pres't.
a. B. Shaffer, Ass't Cashier,
j. M. Elliott, J. D. Bickneil,
S. H. Mott, H. Mabury,
J. D. Hooker. D. McGarry,
Wm. G. Kerckhoff.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIAN ATIONALBANK
101 b. Spring street, Nadeau blook.
L. N. Breed President
Wm F. Bosbyihell Vice-President
W. H. Holllday Assistant Cashier
Capital paid In gold coin 8200,000
Surplus and undivided profits 25,000
Authorised capital 500,000
L, N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery,
Silas Holman, W. H. Holllday, E. C. Bosby
shell, M Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Remiok,
Thos. Goss, William F. BosbyshelL 7-1 if
Cor. Broadway and Second st.. Los Angelea.
subscribed capital 8500,000
Paid up capital 300,000
J. Frankenfield. Presl'ont
Sam Lewis Vice-President
J. W. Witmer C Ashler
John G. Mossin Assistant Cashier
. Frankenfield, G. W. Hughes, Sam Lewis,
J. C Kays, E. W. Jones, L. B. Newton,
Hervey LlneUoy. R. F. LotSDelcb.
~lmon M ier.
General banking and exchange business
BANK OF AMERICA,
LOB ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Capital stock paid up .»WO,OOO.
JOHN B. PL4TER President
BOBT. 8. BAKER Vloe-Prosldsmt
HBO. H. STEWART Cashier
Joiham Bixby, Cbas. Forman,
L. T. Hatnsoy, Lswellyn Binby,
R. S. Baker, John K. Plater.
Geo. H. Stewart.
rpHB NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Corner of Spring and Second streets,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Capital paid up 8250,000
J. M. C. Marble President
O. H. Churchill Vioe President
A. Hadley Asst. Okshler
board Oa* directors.
Dr. W. L Graves, S. F. 0. Kiokke, O. T John
sou, W. Haaio<, E. N. McDonald, M. H Sher
man, Fred KCtton, John Wolfskill, Tiios K.
Statement or the condition op this
LOa ANGELES NATIONAL BANK of Lag;
Angeles, c»l., at the close of business May-,
Loans Rnd discounts . 8 000.29142
Banking house and fixtures 1711,964:64
Expenses and taxes paid 11,758 17
4 per cent $395,400 00
Cash on hand 202,768 25
Cash In banks 290,337 51
Total $1,983,449 9»
Capital * 500,000 00
Surplus 52,500 00
Undivided profile j 31.979 4B
National bank notes outstanding 135,050 00
Deposits 1,263,970 56
Total $1,983,449 9f*
State ol California, County of Los Angoles, s. s.
1, F. C. Howes, cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swe'.r that the above
statement is true to the host of my knowledge
F. C, HOWE9, Cashier.
Subscribed ssvjru to befdre w this 16th
day of May, SSHd. .m „„_
B. TV. COE,
J l , Notary Public
LOB ANGELES SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST
CITIZENS' BANK, 313 South Spring street,
Los Angeles, Cal.,
Will remove to their now aud elogant rooms in
Stimson Block when completed.
Branch office, Grand Opera House Slock, I
T. S. C. i.owb PrenMeat
T. W. BKoT.HJSK.TON Vloe-Prteideat
Buy and sell all flrst-clas* securities.
STOCKS WANTED in the Los Angeles, Pasa
dena and other gas companies,
Pirst-olass, well secured Gas, Water and Bail
way bonds for sale.
«SP-Tlme loans accspted, beat of security
given and liberal interest paid. U-34 «a*
■j'AAmsSS A&IJ MB&Ult SSiS J9&IIA. \JB'
A? Les Angeles, Cal.
Capital (paid np) 8 5«0,000
Surplus and proflta 780,000
18AIA8W. HELLMAN President
HERMAN W. HELLMAis Vloe-President
JOHN MILNKR Cashier
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashlet
W. H Perry, Ozro W. Childs, J. 2. Lanker
shim, C. K. Thorn, C. Ducsmmun, H. W. Hell
msn, T. L. Duque, A. Glasaell, I. W. Hellman.
Exchange for sale on all the principal cities
of the United States, Europe, china and Japan,
rrsHE CITY BANK,
JL 37 South Spring atreet.
CAPITAL STOCK $300,000
A. D. Childress President
John 3. Park Cashier
W. T Childress, Polndexte» Dunn, i
J. 3. Schsllert, E. U. Crandall,
John S. Park, R. G. Lnnt,
A. D, Children!. \
Gen eral hanking. Flri and burglar proof safe
deposit boxes rented at from $3 to $20 per an
Fine Gold Filling,
W™ k" 1 * a( *
(iw\iir All Operations Pain-
Jjjsk SET TEETH, $8.
f?S7 \\\ ftV> Booms 18-19,
(MsSfXK \ >\ llu 107 N. Spring Street,
HARD WOODS, •
IRON, STE E .L,
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc.
117, 119 and 121 South Loa Angelea fllusk
GiREAT KOSEBM OF ANATOMY
105 1 lisiku St., San Francisco.
fbotween Cth aud 7*li Sts,)
-| _X 3 Go and learn how wonderfully
1 IHI you are mode and how to avoid
MlTf and diseases. Museum
svv n sjyenlarged v/lth thousindsof nev.
A a objects. Admission a$ eta.
Private Offloe, »ll Geary St. Disease* »l
men: etricturo, loss of 3tanhcad.atseaire»Oi-sia
>kln and kidney* quickly onrSd without lha
i ;:seof Treatment sanuoaUy
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