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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
fteatk of Littlt Robert Oorlmm-Xh*
Santa Momica, Nov. 28.—1 have to
chronicle the sad death of little
Robert Gorham the younger ion
of Mrs. Harry M. Gorham who,
although a reaident of Ne
vada, spends her winters in Manta Mon
ica, and ii well known in Loa Angeles.
On the morning of Wednesday last Mr.
and Mrs. Gorham with their little eon
were on the can going from their home
to San Francieco enroute to Santa Mon
ica. About half an hour before reach
ing Port Coata, the little fellow waa.
taken with convulsions. The Southern
Pacific company's doctor waa summoned
by telegram and boarded tbe train 10
minutes later. At first it was supposed
that tbe child had beenpoiaoned and a
diapatch to that effect was sent to the
family in Santa Monica, but on reaching
Oakland he was taken to the hospital
and Dr. Woolsey pronounced bim to be
suffering from acute congestion of tbe
kidneyi. Every possible means of check
ing tbe convulsions was tried without
success, although Dr. Woolaey did not
leave the bedside for IS hours. At
length at 2 o'clock Thursday morning
without ever regaining consciousness,
the poor little fellow died.
He bad always been a atrong, healthy
child although the kidney trouble was
of long standing, and his death was a
very sudden and terrible shock. Many
Santa Monicans will remember lovingly
the cheery, roey-cheeked baby, and all
extend to' Mr. and Mts. Gorham their
The board of trustees at their regular
meeting on Monday night, after approv
ing the minutes of the previous meet
ing, ordered warrants drawn to the
amount of |101.20.
They approved the bond of George W.
Zacharias, the newly appointed city
engineer, the amount being $500,
Messrs. H. A. Winsiow and J. S. Wilson
Jacob Hodge waa granted permission
to build a corrugated iron building one
story high on the property adjacent to
his blacksmith shop.
The saloon license oi George Niles was
transferred to A. Brown. The condition
of bridge No. 3 was referred to the etreet
committee, as waa also the garbage
dumping nuisance on the bluff at Mon
Tbe atreet committee to whom was
referred tbe Seventh atreet grading pe
tition reported tbat tbey recominond
tbat tbe city engineer be instructed to
confer with the engineer, etc., of the
Southern Pacific to ccc if they would
bniid a bridge acroaa (be railroad cross
John Tait, a fisherman, Bwore to a
complaint againet Tomaa Valenzuella
charging him with stealing an oar,
which a jury in Juatice Twichell'acourt
Monday did not believe and brought in
a verdict of not guilty.
The committee of Fort Fisher Post 6.
A. R., the local organization having in
charge tbe securing of tbe grand en
campment here next August, have called
a public meeting for next Wednesday
evening at the town ball to confer on
tbe beat method to aecure the desired
reault. Every one who possibly can
should attend, even if they will have to
pnt off a previous engagement, for it
will pay to aecure the encampment of
the boys in blue, and tbe proper effort
at thia time will hit the mark.
K. I). Suits haa the festive thanksgiv
ing turkey in great number and judging
by the way tbey are going no one will
ba left oat on the day of thanks.
A quiet wedding and a very happy
one took place yeaterday afternoon at
the residence of Mr. and Mra. P. Wal
ters, on Fifth etreet, the contracting
partial being Mr. George W. Brown of
Loa Angelki and Mias Mary Waltera of
Santa Monica. The officiating clergy
man waa Rev. J. M. Merlin-Jones. Miss
Jessie E. Walters and Mr. Hugh Wal
ters, brother and eister of the bride,
acted as bridesmaid and groomsman.
At the close of the ceremony the friends
preaent enjoyed a wedding supper, and
the bridal party left for Loa Angeles,
tbeir future home.
Jaoob Rogers haa returned to bis Tu
lare county ranch, near Goshen, after a
pleasant visit ot a km::.
Fathers Howe and John Nugent at
tended tba dedication services at East
Loa Angelas on Sunday.
Mra. R. 0. Young of New York city
■pent yesterday at the beach.
The Santa Monica Mill and Lumber
company's office haa been moved from
the Bank block to the new Vawter
The Electric Light and Power compa
ny have secured office rooma in the
Vawter block and are fitting them up
Mrs. A. Ohalfant and her daughter,
Miss Ohalfant, of Boyle Heights, are
nicely situated in the Dr. Boggs cottage,
on Fourth atreet, for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F.Rile left yesterday
for the Needlos to epcud a couple of
H. 0. Seville left yesterday for San
Francisco and the north intending to
enjoy a conple of weeks among old-time
There will be the usual turkey raffles
here in abundance tonight, there being
one at the Jackson cigar store, another
at Giroux and atlll another at the Nep
Frank Wentworth, Tacoma; Mr. and
Mra. B. N. Galland, John Thompson,
Ban Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Jn
dab, Mr. and Mra. U. A. Zech, Miss Lil
ly n Zech, Loa Angelas; Frank Smith,
Aroca, In.; 1). B. Lyman, E. D. Lyman,
Virginia City, Nov., are among the re
cent arrivals at Hotel Jackson.
Another H.-arr.li I'nrty Out for Mr. Lang
Thero ii to he no let up in the aearch
for Bang Winston until he is found, if it
tf.kee all winter.
Another search party, well loaded with
provisions and prepared to stay any
length oi time, will leave for William
peak and the territory back of that point,
early tomorrow morning. W. S. Wright,
H. M. Statits, Mr. Lolller and Mr. Bait
will make up the party, which will take
a different course from that of the other
crowd in the hopes of running across
the missing man. Nothing farther has
been heard from the party now in the
mountains, but news may be expected
at any time. Charley Winston, who
came down yesterday, went back again
this morning with several burros loaded
with provisions to join the main party
All FEB TURNED LOOSE.
At last, after two lengthy jury trials,
Ah Fee, the bold highbinder whom Ah
Mow claimed tried to hold him up in
Chinatown several nigbtaago, was found
not guilty today and turned loose.
The defendant waa repreaented by J.
G. Kosaiter, while Benjamin W. Hahn
conducted the defense, before Justice
The evidence was much the same as at
the previous trial, each aide swearing
that what tbe opposition said waß a lie
from beginning to end. There was not
enough evidence, however, to secure a
conviction, and the result was a verdict
of not guilty. The jury wae composed of
Measrs. J. C. Church, A. H. Hubbard,
E. Groenendyk, C. Michener, J. W.
Button, Wm. Sibley, G. H. Rogers,Wm.
Humphreys, Wm. Hees and Jußtue
As predicted by the Hkbai.d Borne
time ago, Pasadena ia to have come
lively football ganieß during tbe coming
winter between the Throop team and
ciubß from the various colleges in South
ern California. On Thanksgiving day a
game will be played between the
Throop and Chaffee college teauiß.
The local club has been hard at work
since its organization, and a good show
ing may be looked for, aa the club in
cludes a number of first class individual
players, and team work ie what is most
This will be the first time tbey have
tried points with the Chaffee boy*B, and
an exciting game may be looked for.
No admission will be charged, but a col
lection taken up to defray tbe expenses
of the visiting team, which should be
generously eubacribed to.
Mr. Frank Vail of Whittier is in town
for a few days.
A, L. Patrie, one of the mail carriers,
is off duty, sick.
Mr. Geo. Clayton ie serioualy ill at his
home in this city with pneumonia.
Mr. Geo. Fortier, who haß been very
sick for several days, ie reported better.
City Treasurer W. U. Matters ie laid
up at home, while City Attorney Arthur
has just got over an attack of the grip.
Mr. S. M. Munaon, who has been con
fined to the house for a number of
days, is recovering rapidly.
The Mccabee entertainment which
was to have been given laat evening,
has been postponed indefinitely on ac
count of bo many members being sick.
The annual fair of the Univerenlist
church will be held on December Oth
and 7th this year. Tbe ladies are mak
ing great preparations for it.
Miss Grace Charming arrived home
from Florence, Italy, yesterday, after a
delightful all-summer trip on the con
Work is going on rapidly at Hotel
Green. The marble floor and wainscot
ting is completed and the hotel will soon
be ready for occupancy.
The town is rapidly filling with east
ern people, aud it promises to prove a
serious question where to put them be
fore the seaeon ia over.
An entertainment is to be given in
the Tabernacle on Deceuibor 4th, under
the auapicea of the Boys' Britradn.
The dinner to be given by tbe W.R.C.
on Thanksgiving day promisea to attract
a very large crowd. An entertainment
will be given in the evening.
Company B will go to Pomona on
Thanksgiving day, in accordance with
orders from hendquarters, to take part
in a review at that place.
Members will assemble at the armory
and take the 7 :06 Santa Fe train.
The drop between the plunking aerose
the Santa Fe tracks and the pavement
on the west Bide ia a decided nuisance
and should be fixed at once.
The real eatate bulletin published in
Lob Angeles gives Pasadena the benefit
of Bevernl columns relative to improve
ments which have been made in thin
city in the past low months. The arti
cle ia well gotten up.
Today tho Crown of the Valley haa
been soaked in a heavy fog, but no signo
of the predicted raia have put in an ap
Tne weaker Beems to be having a bad
effect upoa the general health of the
community, and a clear-up i 3 anxiously
Proceeding* of tho County Teachers'
Rivehmoe, Nov. 28. — The county
teachers' institute opened yesterday at
the high school. Dr. Gregory, county
superintendent, called the gathering to
order at 9a. m. Prof. Percy Lord was
seierted to act as secretary. The pupils
of the eighth grade, under the direction
of Mias Helen Page followed with music.
Rev. Dr. Deere then welcomed tho
teachers to the first institute ever held
in Riverside county.
At roil call nearly ovory teacher in
the county was present. Mrs. 8. A.
Weber, vice-president of the W. C. T. G.,
read an interesting paper on scientific
temperance and itj relation to tha pub
The institute was then divided into
sections. H. D. Kinney presided over
the grammar gection an 4 Prof. J. W.
LOS ANGELES HERALDi WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 29. 1893.
Kerr over the primary section. Dr. Eli
F. Browu delivered a lecture to the
former, while Prof. A. W. Fluninier die
coursed on arithmetic to the latter. Sev
eral other tenchora spoke during the
day. In the evening a reception and
Hocial was tendered the instructors at
Y. M. C. A. hall.
Miises Eatells and Lute Kitudillo of
San Jacinto are in town.
Mrs. V. D. Simmons of the Hotel
I'alomares, Pomona, who has been the
guest of Mrs. M. B. Ogden, left for
The city waa visited yeaterday by
more people from the county than ever
The San Jacinto football team haa
challenged the playera of this city to a
game of kicking the pig-akin. Tbe
game will probably be played Christ
The arrivals at the Bowell yeaterday
Mrs. Clara G. Metcalf has instituted
proceedings to secure a divorce from her
husband,?. P. Metcalf.
The Preparations for Thanksgiving.
Pomona, Nov. 28.—Prof. Molyneaux,
superintendent of our public schools,
and Mr. O. J. Brown, one of our leading
lumber merchants, went among tbe
business men and other citizens of Po
mona yesterday afternoon soliciting
contributions for the purpose of defray
ing the expenses of the visiting com
panies of militia on next Thursday,
Thanksgiving day. Tbe boys of Com
pany D havo arranged tbat a nice hop
be held in Armory Hall opera house on
that evening in honor of their presence
in our city. Everybody, especially the
fairer sex, will endeavor to make their
stay ao pleasant that it can ever be
looked back upon as one of tbe "green
spots" in the checkered pathway of
life. Below will be found the pro
gramme of exercises on that day aa
officially given to tbe public:
Thursday, November 30tb. morning-
Street parade, to conaiet of Firat brigade
signal corps and six companies of the
National guard of California, headed by
the Seventh and Ninth regiment bands,
to form at 8:45 a. m., to be followed by
a regimental parade at tbe corner ot
Garey avenue and Ninth etreet.
Afternoon—Extended order exercises
coneißting of sham battle, beginning at
1 p. m., followed by evolutions of regi
Evening—Grand military ball in
honor of visiting guardsmen.
Mr. Joseph Howe oi Los Angelea,
owner of the two lota recently bargained
for by Doctor and Mrs. Tbad L. Johnson
and Mr. G. A. Neth, through the real
estate firm of Firey & Overton, was in
town today making the preliminary
arrangements for the proper transfer,
A fine lot of turkeyß Bprung on our
local market today brought only 10
cents per pound gross.
It dueen't make a Pomonan feel very
proud—at leaet not any too vain—to
casta glance up and down Second street,
our business thoroughfare, and meditate
upon its present condition even now at
the very beginning, one might say, of
the rainy Benson.
The aged mother of Mrs. Milton Reed
baa passed away.
A little 5-montha' old child of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Overton passed into its
last peaceful sleep this afternoon.
Howard A. Broughton is numbered
among the little army now suffering
from la grippe.
The city fathers meet this evening at
7:30, and will probably settle tbe matter
of a city Bubaidy in the way of etreet
sprinkling (either directly or indirectly),
to the electric railway enterprise.
Among the guests at the Hotel Palo
marea are Messrs. Remick, Haddock
and L. M. Breed of Loa Angeles.
Mrs. Spence of Monrovia is on a short
visit to Mrs. N. M. Hiaev, in Pomona.
Mr. and Mra. E. M. Keller, Mra. E.
A. Podgham and her daughter, Miaa
Jessie, got back yesterday afternoon
from their trip eaat.
Mr. Will Cord ie up from Loe Angeles,
enjoying a visit to the home folka. Hia
father, Mr. T. A. Cord, haa been quite
feeble for come days, but ia now aome
Mr. Simma of the Hotel Palomarea
and Mr. L. B. Ely went to Los Angeles
I.ooil New* and Personal Notes From
Long Bkach, Nov. 28.—Both the Ter
mimal and Southern Pacific roads
brought large numbers of pleasure-seek
ers to the beach Sunday, to enjoy tbe
boating and Calling.
Sundey evening Rev, £. A. Healy
preached to a congregation of nearly 60U
people, while his audience at the morn
ing service waß almost aa large.
Dr. Sanbourn was at his cottage on
the corner of Daisy and Second streets
Saturday nnd Sunday.
Rev. E. E. P. Abbott of Sierra Madra
came down Monday evening to occupy
bll residence corner of First aud Daiay
etrcetß. Mr. Abbott has greatly lm
paoved hia place since purchasing.
E. B. Haines formerly of Sioux Falls,
South Dakota, is at the beach looking
for a home. Mr. Haines has had enough
of the north and thinks our climate a
good one to tie to.
Mr. Jones of Loa Angelea visited F, G.
The post office will close on Thanks
giving day, except between 9:45 and 11
o'clock a.m. Postmaster Van Dnzen has
made the above hours the regalar Sun
day opening time of ehe office, regard
less of the fact that this may keep him
or hie assistant, Col. Tom Lewis, from
Hnadaohe and IHaxlnest,
FariQCSNT Causes of Aror-ixx x and Paraly
sis.—The most recent anil profound re
searches in this direction by specialists have
developed conclusively that the above disor
ders frequently result in death or permanent
disability. Dr. Miles' lieatoratlvo Nervine la
the greatest remedy for either of theso appar
ently insiguiacaut cause*. Nothing aporoaches
il in meiit. Mrs. W. X llnrns of South Bend,
Ind., who had suffered from constant headache
for ihreo mouths, was cured by it. The daugh
ter of Daniel Myers, Brooklyn, Mich., had been
insane for 10 years, and was having from 15 to
25 fits a day. Nervine cured nor of both fits
and lnsauiiy. bold on a guarantee byC.il.
Hance, 177 K. Spring, (let a book iree.
260 envelopes, 50c; % rm writing wiper. 25c.
Langstadter, 211 w. Second, Hollenbeck hotel.
Aotes and Personals—The Work of the
Santa Ana, Nov. 28.—The Ladies'
Guild of the Episcopal church in Orange
will give a musical on Tuesday even
ing, December sth, at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Burnham. The
Hice family, Mrs. Jeannett Wilcox and
Miss Stella Preble of Tustin, Mrs. Spen
cer of Fairview, and Mrs. A. J. Padg
bom of Santa Ana will take part in the
programme. A street car will ran irom
There will be Thanksgiving service in
the Epiecopal church on Thanksgiving
day at 10 a.m. The Key. W. B. Bur
rows will officiate.
There has been a great deni Baid about
the supervisors appropriating $15,000 for
work on the river, some saying it was
that much money thrown away ; but let
some of those kickers go out and look
at the river now and we think thuy will
conceed the fact that it will be a grand
William Koil has sold hia property
out weat of the river and will soon move
to Pomona where he has other prop-
John E. Sharp, known all over thia
country aa Uncle Sharp, will move to
Pomona in the spring, to make hia
home among liis children where some of
them are living.
Mrs. W. K. Collie baa returned from
the world'a fair.
D. J. Wood of Ventura, a prominent
fruit grower, ia visiting with Dr. El
Preaton Stovall, from tbe north part
of the Btate, is visiting his uncle, Dr. E.
Dr. Oliver Qrimea of Missouri, ie vis
iting his relatives, J. M. Chriaman and
family. £Jr. Orimea ie looking for a
place to open up a dental office.
There will be a meeting of the ladies
of the Epiacopal church guild at the
residence of Mra. Frederick Stevens,
Wedneeday afternoon, the 29th.
The country out west of tbe river ia
improving very rapidly, and one can't
help but notice tbe improvement.
Died, on the 27th mat., at the reai
dence of It. M. Uildreth, in this city,
Mrs. Arabella Griffin, mother of Mra.
Pv. M. Hildreth, aged 67 years. The
funeral will take place from the Chris
tian church at 2p. ni. tomorrow. The
deceased was formerly a resident of
Santa Koea and waa born in tbe Btate of
Charles Baker, Mrs. E. S. Baker and
two children, and A. W. Campbell and
daughter Bertha arrived in Santa Ana
yesterday and are the guests of D. M.
Baker of the Standard.
Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baker
will celebrate their fifty-fifth wedding
anniversary at their residence at West
A marriage license was issued on the
27th instant to Walter B. Harper, aged
26, a resident of Garden Grove and na
tive of lowa, and Eatella Woodman,
aged 19, and same residence.
John Cubbon and I. N. Refferty, tbe
committee appointed to examine the
books of the supervisors, have been
Tbey have been assisted in their work
by Jamea Harrison, of Tuatin. Mr.
Harrison has assisted in the work of
examination of all the county books.
I, K. Kafferty Baya that lie has tried
tbe salammonia wash for esale bugs, in
the proportion of three ounces to four
gallons of water, without any precep
tibly good results. John Cubbon says
that he hae tried it in tbe proportion of
four ounces to five gallons of water.
The grand jury bave decided that it is
their duty to expert the books of the
city board of education. Thia ie a new
departure from tbe course heretofore
carried out by the orange connty grand
Mr. Kimball, who works in Rotan'a,
accidentally atruck himself in tho head
with an axe yeaterday, cutting an ugly
The Santa Ana Gun club enjoyed a
turkey shoot at the head of Newport
Mrs. W. R. Collis has returned from
a trip east.
Dr. R. F. Burgess of Los Angeles waß
in Santa Ana today.
Mrs, Cahill, wife of Edward R. Cahill
of the Blade, and children, arrived in
Santa Ana yesterday from Oakland.
They will make their home in Santa
The local weather prophets Bay it is
going to rain soon.
The good people of San Bernardino
are worrying over the justice and con
stable fdes for arresting tramps. A suit
was brought by the constables to recover
their fees, and they received a verdict
in their favor., Orange county has a
similar euit pending. In the San Ber
nardino ease the court held in favor of
tbe constable, and tbe supervisors will
have to pass on the bill. In case it ie
not allowed, euit will at once be brought
by Mr, Arboie against the county for the
amount of the bill, and most of the con
stables and many of the justices of the
county will institute like proceedings.
Th* Wedding of alias Hull and Governor
San Bernakdino, Nov. 28.—Today ao
the town clock announced the noon
hour a wedding march was begun at the
residence of J. W. Hall on ti street in
this city, the occasion being the nup
tials of Lieutenant Governor Joseph B.
Gill of Illinois and Miss Pearl Hall.
Tho spacious parlors, dining room and
hallways were decorated with smilax,
chrysanthemums, roses and other flow
ers. The windows were darkeued and
the gas lighted. The ceremony was
only witnessed by the family relatives
and intimate friends of the contracting
parties. To tho accompaniment of Mon
dclssohn's Wedding inarch, the couple,
attended by the brido's pareuts, Mr.
and Mrs. 3. W. Hall, entered tho room
dhosen tor the ceremony. The quar
tette took their places under a largo
floral bell made of chrysanthemums.
The groom was attired in full evening
dress, while the bride, a decided bru
nette of great beauty, wan dressed in a
white ottoman silk, demi-train, with
point lace trimmings. She wore a\eil,
and diamond and opal ornaments, and
carried a bridal bouquet of roses.
At the bell they were met by Rev. 0.
A. Westenburg, ua3tor of the Firßt M.
E. church, who made the couple man
and wife in accordance with the im
pressive ceremony of that church.
Congratulations hearty and sincere
were at once showered ou the couple.
All present repaired to tho dining room,
where a dinner waa served.
STATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
N.W. Cor. Second and Spring- Sts., Los Anjreles, Cal.
BUB3CRIBKD CAPITAL, $1,000,000, PAID-UP CAPITAL, .1*700,000.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest; at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits
W. G. COCHRAN, Pres't H. J. WOOi.LACOTT, V. Pras't J AS, F. TOWELS, Bec'y.
Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A, Hubbard, O. T. Johnson,
P. M. Green, Telfair Creighton, w G. Cochran, B. F. Ball.
H. J. Woollacott, W. P. Gardiner, James F. Towell. 8-19 tf
The list of presents waa large, not
withstanding the fact tbat few invita
tions wore iseued. The number received
here will be augmented on their arrival
at their home in Illinois.
The most attractive part of the deco
rations in tbe parlor were a number of
oil paintings executed by the bride.
She is also a musician of talent, having
received the beat of training under the
tirst of masters. Sbe ia one of San
Bernardino's lovellsat ladiea, and it was
with great reluctance her many friends
parted with her, knowing that sbe
would be with them again in one year,
for her husband has promiaed to visit
this state next year.
Lieutenant-Governor Gill, the groom,
ia a pieasant gentleman, ot fine ap
pearance, being tall and of splendid
physique. Although a comparatively
young man, he ie now occupying a high
political position. His career while oc
cupying the gubernatorial chair during
the absence of Governor Altgeld ia too
well known to need comment. Senator
A. J. O'Conor and wife oi Illinois were
present at the ceremonies, as they are
in California at present, Mr. Conor hav
ing been appointed by the comptroller
of the treasury aa receiver of the Con
solidated National bank of San Diego.
Governor and Mra. Gill were in re
ceipt of a number of telegrams during
the afternoon congratulating them on
The newly wedded couple left on the
4p. m. train for Los Angeles. Tomor
row tbey will viait Coronado,and return
home to Illinois by way of San Fran
Senator and Mra. Seymour and Mr,
and Mrs. D. Keating will leave tomor
row for Santa Monica.
Manager S. L. Grow has made his re
port of the disbursements and receipts
in connection with the county exhibit
at Chicago. Total amount expended,
$12,131.11; sale of fruits, etc., $1664.95.
Charles Sanchez was sentenced to
two and one-half years by Judge
Campbell for robbery.
Sold by Drnsfgrtatsor sent by mall. 2&C..600.,
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Wesknesß, Impotency and Lost Manhood per
manently nured. Tho sick and afflicted she Ola!
not fall 10 call upon him. The Dootor has ire's*
cUd extensively ln Kurope and inspected thor
oughly the varlons hospitals there, obtaining
a ci cat deal of valuable Information, which hoS
competent to impart to these in need of bis Let
vices. The Doctor curee where others fall.
Try him. Dtl GIB3OH will make no cis irq»
unless he effects a care Pcnons at a dlsUnoe
CORED AT HOMK. All communication*
uirlctly confidential. All letters answered la
plain envelopes, o*ll or write. A* drees
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caused l)T past abuses nnd quickly but purely restores
MM Manhood in old or vounjr. Eaplly carried in rest
pocket. Prkn 01.00 a package. Six for *&.o<> with a
writt en ffiiurunU"> to cure or money relundetl. Don't
let r.nv unprincipled druggist sell you any kind of
imitation. Insist on huTiiip: INDAPO-none rtnor. If
ha haa not Rot it,we wi,ll send it by mail upon receipt of
price. Pamphlet in sealed envelope froe. Address
Oriental Medical Co., Gfi Plrutouth Fliee, C'ileaffo, 111.
SOLD by H. Germain, 123 South Spring St., LOS
ANGELES. JAL., and other Leading Druggists-
Incubators, Bon© Mil!". Alfalfa Outtett.
JOHN D. MJCR'JKK,
117 Kast Second street,
0-1 Cm Lob Atigcloa.
I. X. MARTIN
Dealer in New and
•sBBMBvSHSLbbV and Stoves.
Ash Bedroom Knits $10. Sewing Machines,
$5, Jiio una $25.
-431 S. SPHINO STREET
GLASS & LONG.
TEMPLE AMI) SKW HIUH MTU
Tel. 033. |12-7 ljj LOW ANQBLE3
(Successors to Clark & Huraphroya)
Wholesale and Retail
Office, IBIM West Recond it., Burdlek block.
Yards at Redondo and Los Angeles. 1-11 If
-WILL TAKE PLACE THE
AT PUBLIC AUCTION!
109 acres of land, subdivided into tracts of 39.66 V
13.67, 21.21, 23.36, 2.35, 6.40 and 2.70 acres, on which there
is a brick store, 3 dwellings, orange, olive and other trees,
50 lots in Yorba & Paige Tract.
A mortgage interest on lot 9, block i, on which then*
.is a 2-story building.
feet on Seventeenth street, next lot to Uniott
avenue, (clean side).
[[gir'All must be sold to pay off indebtedness.
TO H PROPERTY IT YOOR OIN PRICK.
Merchant, Mechanic, Laborer and Speculator, your
investment will bring you happy returns. When soldst
will be too late to grieve for not having bought on the most;
direct line to Pasadena, over which there is to be laid'a
double track electric road.
Take Downey avenue cable car. A conveyance will,
meet you at end of car line to take you to the Paige Place,
3 blocks beyond.
ISTSaIe at 10 a.m.
Administrator of Paige Estate.
THOS. B. CLARK, Auctioneer.
TIIATIAL filll iLlWil
Report to Comptroller of Currency, Oct. 1,1898.
RESOURCK& I LIABILITIES.
Hash OB hand and in banks $143,707 19 ! Capital stock, paid ln coin $250,000 00
Unll=d States bonds ISO,OOO 00 Surplus 5,000 00
Demand loans 133.729 60 Undivided profits 19,7«4 U ;
Regulnr loans 194.500 38 Circulation 135,000 00
Sohool bonds and stocks yo,4«(i 05 Deposits 261,084 IS
Furniture and fixtures 0,000 00
Expenses ..... 5,450 07
$(1(13,848 29 $663 818 29
The National Bank of California is one of toe few banks thnt successfully stood the shook of. :
the late panic and maintained fall coin payments right through.
The National Bank ot California pars no Interest on deposits in any form, offers no speotal I
inducements for business other than reliability when the customers exercise their rights to de..
mand their money.
In the matter of loans it looks more to reliability than high rates of Interest, and desires no ;
loans except from good and reliable parties, and then exacts good security, believing thai no
bank Is better or more tellable than Its loans.
O.H.CHURCHILL, O.T.JOHNSON, JOHN WOI.F3KILL, M. H. SHERMAN.
W. L GRAVBB, K. F. C. KLOKKE, GEORGtt IRVINE, E. N. MCDONALD,
W. S>. DaVAN, T. K. NEWLIN, A. HADLKY, JOHN M. C. M ARB LB, ]
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
Los Angoles, OaL
Oldest and Largest Bsnlc ln Southern
Capital (paid np) 9 BOO,<") 0
aurnlci and profits 780,000
IBAIAS W. HELLMAN President
HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Cashier
H. J. FLKISHMAN Assistant Cashier
W. H. Perry, Osro W. Childs, J. ~. Lanker
•him, C. K. Tnom, C. Dncomcnui. H. W. Hell
iiiii, T. L. Duque, A. Olassell, I. W. llellmau.
Exchange for sale on alt the principal cities,
of th* United States, Europe, China and Japan.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
101 tt. Spring sucot, Nafieau block.
L. N. Breed President
Wm F. Bosbyehell Vice-President
W. H. Hollidsy Assistant Csshler
Capital paid in gold coin 9200,000
Burplui and undivided profits '25,000
Authorised oiyi.el 900,001)
L. N. Bree-i, H. T. Newoll, Wm. H. Avery,
Silas Hnlmau, vv. H. Holliday, X c. Bosby
shell, M. Hsgan, Frank Rader, D. Kemick,
thoi. doss, William P. BosbjshelL 7-1 ti
THE UNIVERSITY HANK OF LOS ANGELES'
Southeast Corner of First and Promt way.
Capital sioct, fully paid $100 000
Hurplus 75 000
R. M. WIDNEY. President.
D. 0. MILTIMORE, Vlce-Pres't,
OEO. ii. ARNOLD, Cashier.
R. M. Widnov, D. O. Miltimore,
S. W. Little, " S. McKinlay,
John McArthur, 0. A. Warner.
L. J. P. Morrill.
General banking business aud loans on first,
class real estate solicited. Buy nnd sell first
class stocks, bonds and warrant". Parlies wish
ing to Invest ln first-class securities, on eitho
long or nil oi t time, oan be accommodated.
2 03 AMOELES NATIONAL BANK.
I'NITIP STATES DEPOSITARY.
GEORGK H. BONEBRAKE, President.
P. 0. HOW KA. Casbier.
B. W. cut, Assistant Cashier.
Col. H. H. Markbam, l'errv M. Green, War
ren Glllelen, L. P. Crawford, ft A. Hairluer,
Geo. H. Bonebrakv, V. O. Howes. 11 1., tf
jyiIRST NATIONAL BANK OP LO3 ANGELES
CAP TAL STOCK 8100,000
J. M. ELLIOTT. President.
J. D. BICKNELL, Vioe-Pres't.
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cishler.
G. B. SHAFFER, Ase't Cashier.
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Blckue'.l.
F H. Mott, H. Msbury,
J. O. Hooker, D. McGarry,
Wm. G. Kcrcknoff.
BANK OF AMERICaV)
FORM FBI. V j
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Temple Block. I:
fepUal stock pal,: up 9300,000.
orn ass. 1
JOHN E. PLVTER President
ROBI'. 8. BAKER Vlee-rresldeat
GEO. H. STEWART Cash!**
Jolhnm Bixby, Chas. Forman,
h. T. (iarnsey, Leweliyn Biiby, |
B. S. Baker, John E. Plata-.
Geo H. Stewart. '■
SAVIN (IS BANK OF SOUTHERN OALIFOR"
NIA, e.E. Cor. Spring and Court st*.,
Los Angeles, CaL.
Capital stock $100,000
J. H. Braly, President.
Frank A. Gibson, V.-Preß't.
John N. Hun', Cashier.
Arthur li. Brnly. Ass't Csshler,
Directors—H. Jevue, .1. M. Elliott, C. W. Has*
son, Hiram Mabury, Frank A. Gibson. J. 11.
lirnly, it. W. Poindexter, W. G. Patterson, H.
L. Drew, Simon Maler.
Interest paid on att deposits 11-29 tf
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
1223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES, jl
officers Ann directors:
jM. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay ;
lrrst. Vieo-Prest. Cashier (
IC. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R.M.Baker
I A. E. Pomeroy |
OEOURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST,
O CO., 14a S. Maiu it
Five per cent interest paid on term deposit*.
Capital «tnek $200 000
T. I- Duque, PrM't, J. F. Sartori, Cashier.
W. D. l.ongyar, Ass't Csjhier. ,
Directors: Isalau W. Hellms *, Herman W.
Heilman, Mnurice H. Heliman, A.C.Rogers,
T. L. Duqae, Wm. McDermntl, M. L. Fleming,
J. A. GrAvec, F. N. Myers, J. 11. Shankland, J.
P. Sartori. 1115 0m '
r~ 0B ANGELES SAVING* BANK,
J j No. 230 N. Mnin tit,
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000
H. W. Bellman, Pres't. J. E. Plater, V.-Pre*'t.
W. M. i.aswcll. Cashier.
Directors—l. W. Heliman, tt. S. Baker, H. W. ;
Heliuian, J, at. Plalw, I. W. Heliman, Jr.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to 'oanoa
tlrs'.-class reui estate. 11-1 tf
/ UfIKKMB 1 HANK.
\J Htimian Block, Third and Spring.
T. W. Brotli»rtou, I'restdeu'.
T. i. C. Lowe, Vie--Pres't.
F. D. Hall, Cashier.
T. D. Stimson, I. W. Bllnn,
Andrew Muileii, J. M. Halo,
R. J. Waters, J. Peroivat,
Robort Hale. 10-7 tt
1\ jfAIN - SplTEiiF S.VYlN'iti BANK AND
M TRUST COMPANY.
438 s. Main St., Los Angoles, Cal.
J. B. LANKIRS HIM President
8. C. HUBKKH, Vice-President
J. V. WACHTKL Cashier
H. W. Hellmao, X, Coho, J. H. Jones, 0. T.
Johnson, >'<. G. KercahofT. H. W. O'Melveny.
Inteiest paid ou ait deposits. 10-29 tt