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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Proceedings of the Supervisors—Soclsd
Santa Ana, Dec. 6. —A man by the
name of John Rumbold had a 2-year-old
colt in a pasture owned by Bill Lamb,
but rented to another man. Tbe colt
waa stolen out of tbe pasture and taken
up near Los Angeles and sold about two
Mias Jeannette Wilcox ia spending a
few days in Santa Barbara.
The musicals given last night at the
residence of Mr. W. H. Burnhain waa a
decided success in every particular.
'There were about 200 people in attend
ance ; about 75 went from Santa Ana end
a great many from iit t in. The house
and grounds were decorated with Chi
nese lanterns, flowers and evergreena.
The programme was carried out entire
with the exception of one number as
signed to Mias Jeannette Wilcox, who
was unnble to be present.
. Mrs. Rice, one of the sweetest sinners
In tbe valley, sang, in her usual pleasing
'manner, and had to respond to a hearty
J. S. Rice gave one of bis humorous
selections, which was well received and
Mre. A. 3. Padgham of Santa Ana
played a piano solo and received well
merited applause, to which Bbc re
Mrs. Spencer of Tuetin played a solo
and also sane with her husband, K. H.
Spencer, a duet which was well re
J. W. Rice played a solo on the violin
in her usual pleasing style, which all
To take the evening entertainment
through, it was one ot the most enjoya
ble musicals ever given in the valley.
The ladies of the Episcopal church of
Orange deserve a great deal of credit for
the way everything was arranged for the
C. C. Fife was at Los Angeles yeater
day to attend to some important busi
F. M Smith Is quite lloli at the resi
dence of F. C. Norton on Fifth street.
Dr. C. VV. Randon of Earlton, Kane.,
is in our city looking for a suitable loca
tion. Tho doctor .nays he has been over
the niost "of" RouthefrT California, but
this city seems to have the brightest
The body of John Baron, who was
drowned November 23d, was found yes
terday by John M-Garvin near Anaheim
Landing. Mr. Baron jumped out of a
boat at Alamitos hay and his body waa
washed to Anaheim. Coroner Ey was
called and held an inquest, and the
verdict was accidental death by drown
ing. His body was buried in the Santa
Ana cemetery last night.
Last Monday night the Maccabees
elected the followiin; officers for tho en
suing term: G.S.Smith, Com.; J. P.
Brown, P. C.; E. L. Swartsel, L. C.;
C. F. Durfec, K. X.; M. A. Varnall, F.
X.; N. L. Galbraith, chaplain; G. E.
Peters, sergeant; F. L. Mitchell, M. at
A.; Theo. flays. Ist M. of G. ; H. P.
Opp, 2d M. of G.; W. S. Robb, sentinel;
Bert Minter, picket.
This morning about 8:30 a young man
dressed in a black frock coat, of good
appearance, came to Waufle & West's
livery stable and said he wanted the
beet horse and buggy they had in the
■table, that he was going to Westmin
ster. Tbe man beiuu a stranger, they
thought beat to not give him the best
they had, so they gave him a good black
mare and a good buggy. The man
jumped in and drove west, end that was
the last seen of him. but about 10:30 the
borse wbb fouud hitched on Santa Clara
avenue, close to Professor Wells' The
gig was brought to Ed Smithwick'B
■table and C. C. Drake knew the horse,
and on telephoning Waufle it was found
ta be hiß rig. The driver waa nowhere
to be found.
Theo. Lacy went to Los Angeles on
official bußinesß thiß morning, to begone
until some time tomorrow.
The tickets to the Wolves of New York
are eellintr quite rapidly.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. I). F. Jones,
December 6th, at 7:20 a.m., a too.
Mother and child are doing nicely.
At tbe meeting of the board yesterday
they instructed the chairman to sign a
lease with J. R. Congden for a room on
East Fourth street, No. 804, at $40 per
month, and the rooms now occupied by
the sheriff for $84 psr month for some
purpose. Also the lower story of No.
308 Eaat Fourth street of Jean'Trillary
for $20 per month. All leaseß to run
A river fund was created for the pro
tection of the banks of the river aud the
Santiago creek, and $15,000 was trans
ferred to said fund.
The following resolution was adopted
concerning the Balsa ditch :
It appearing to the board that the
road commissioners in whose district the
Lns Balsas draining ditch is situated,
has givon notice to the owners of the
,land within said district to keep in re
pair the portion of the said ditch here
tofore appointed to them by order of the
hoard, and it further appearing that the
owners of said land have not complied
with said notice, and that the portions
of said ditch now need repairing It is
therefore ordered »nd directed that'J.
W. Hawkins, the road commissioner
through whose district the ditch is con
structed, be and he ia hereby instructed
to have done the necessary work to put
in ropair the following portions of said
ditch towit, from 190x30 to tide water.
Minn Jeannette Wilcox of Tustin and
her friend, Miss Haynea of Boston, who
have been up in Santa Barbara county
on a Hketchiug trip, returned tbia even
lianke; haa invented a nickel-in-the
I slot machine, in which you can drop a
j nickel and a Back of peanuts will pop
| out. The boys all like peanuts, aud
j have patronized it liberally. This morn
| ing he took ah inventory of the wealth
I hia machine had accumulated within the
i paßt few days, and foundquite a number
of genuine nickels, half a dozen washers,
a flattened out lead nickel and several
Chinese coins, each of which represented
a anck of peanuts. Hankey is now at
work on improvements to his machine.
George W. Griffith and Miss Sara
Mayne wore married this afternoon.
The young couple left on the 5:24
p. m. Santa Fe train for San
Bernordino. They will spend about
two weeks doing tne Boutbern
part of the state, and will then return
to Santa Ana, and will visit with
friends for a few dayß beiore leaving for
San Franciaco, where they will spend
the winter. The newly married couple
carry with them the best wishes of a
host of friends.
The Tttttln orange growers meet at
Fairbank'e store tonight. They are con
stantly sibling to their membership.
The ladies of Christian church gave a
15-cent aupper at Mills's block this
F. H. Heith is quite oick.
Victor Montgomery went up to Los
Angeles to attend to some professional
Shipping Arrivals and Departures—T.oonl
Rudondo, Dec. o.—The steamship
Corona, (Captain Hall, arrived here at
7 o'clock this morning, with 150 tons Of
merchandise and 45 passengers.
The steamship Los Angeles, Captain
Lolaud, arrivod here last night with a
quantity of freight for this place.
Wagner & Orchard, proprietors Of the
billiard ball of this plnce, have started
a lunch house in Redlands. Louis
Wagner will manage affairs at Redlands,
while James Orchard will stay at lie
dondo. Mr. Wagner was a member of
tbe city council, and his resignation has
reduced tbe number* of members to
Mrs. J. M. Bracewell presented her
husband with a large, bouncing boy last
Sunday night. Tbe delighted father has
named his con and heir J. M. Bracewell.
Ernest Wnithead, who has for some
time n.'-i been a resident of Redondo,
has accepted a position with Gardner &
Oliver of Los Angeles.
D. M. Leonards, who has taken the
contract to make tbe cement tank for
the hot salt water bath, began work
yeßterduy, and is rushing the work as
possible, having a large force of men at
work, besides bis steam cement mixer.
Fishing from tbe wharf seems to im
prove every day, as yesterday tbe end of
tbe wharf was literally covered with
bonitne, and mackerel were also caught
in large quantities.
Tbe yacht Bonny Belle, Captain Mac
donald, leit this morning for San Clem
ente and 'Santa Cataiina islands, for a
cargo of shell-: and fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin arrived
here yeßterday after their wedding tour,
and they will coon begin housekeeping
at the Pacific View.
George McCann, who libb large mining
interests in Arizona, wae visiting Re
Capt. G. F. Rerameiß of the tug Peli
can left for San Francisco thiß morning,
and Capt. G. W. Simmss of San Pedro
has taken his command.
F. G. Cox, of Riverside, drove in town
yesterday afternoon, and ia the gueat of
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Hill.
Judge W. H. Harrison, city recorder,
waa yesterday while at work in his
office attacked with a congeßtive chill.
Dr. Hannon waa immediately sum
moned, and from last accounts hia
patient is slowly improving.
Yesterday Mr. Sargent, freight agent
of tbe Kansas City, Fort Scott and
Memphis railroad, visited thia city in
hia epecial car.
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express Bbippod
1970 pounds of fish irom this place this
The weather ia warmer hero now than
at midsummer, and large crowds are
taking advantage of the warm weather
and are scon daily sporting in the surf.
The tideß being very low and the
water calm a great many go the rooks
aud get the abalons. Claming, slbo,
Btiil holds out, a great many being
J. B. Millen, agent for W T ells, Fargo
& Co.'a expreaa and the Southern Cal
ifornia railway company, aays that both
the freight and express traffic to and
from thia point has more than doubled
itaelf iii the pact mouth over the corre
sponding month in 1892.
A Newftpapormnn'a Kallrond Schome.
I'.iini.ANDs, Dec. 6 —The Times cor
respondent has undertaken the arduous
duty of building a railroad from Red
lands (elevation 1800 feet) to Yuciape
valley (2500 feet) via Potato canon (5000
feet). Yuciape is midway between
Redlands and Potato canon. It would
be interesting to know why the road
Bhotild climb to Buch an altitude and
then double on its track down the
mountain to get to a practically unin
habited valley within easy reach of Red
lands. The Yuciape is a magnificent
little valley, hut lacks a water supply,
which is the lirat thing to develop. If
the Times man really wants to build a
road to benelit Redlands, we would sug
gest that he run it from San Francisco
to Seattle via this city.
Lea* evening Mr. William Fowler
tookjfcis seat aa city trustee, having
been chosen as successor to Rev. H. A.
Kingsburg, deceased. Mr. Fowler
served as a member of the Minnesota
legislature, and is well adapted to 011
the vacancy. He is an* anti-saloon
It is gratifying that work will be
begun on the Y. M. O. A. building in
earnest again. The force of workmen
will be undsr the supervision of D. M.
Donald, and the building be crowded to
Rev. J. F. Culver, late of Santa Mon
ica, is in the city, a guest of A. G*
The Karl Fruit company, which in
previous yearH has rented'quarters, 1b
about to build a large packing house.
LOS ANGELES HERALD* THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7. 1893
It ia every year more apparent that
orange growing is the principal industry
here. Tbe yield this year will be about
400 carloads as against 216 last year.
Never has there been a year when the
ripening season was more favorable.
Tbe fair at tbe Congregational church
opened yesterday with a display of fancy
needle work, etc., for tbe holiday trade.
Under orders from tbe snpervieors,
the constables are only arresting vag
rants when warrnnta are sworn out by
citizens. In other worde, they are mak
ing no arrests, aa citizens do not swear
out tbe warrants, and aa a reault tbe
town is harboring a number of vagranta
who are making themselves unduly
The Electric Light and Power company
ia putting in a number of motors, tbe
first! application of electric power to
machinery in this place.
There are far more eastern invalids
in the city this year than ever before.
Proceeding of the City Trustees News
Pomona, Dec, o.—The city trustees
met last night at 7:30 in their hall,
transacting soma little business, besides
the paaeing upon the regular monthly
salaries and current expenses of the city
The petition asking for the open
ing of the street between Eleventh
and Buena Vista streets was re
ferred to the city attorney for investi
gation. The petition from 55 members of
Company D., and another signed by a
long list of citizens, asking for the erec
tion of an electric arc light at the corner
of Second and Parcells streets, near
which point ia the company's parade
grounds, and the HolineßS and Seventh
Day Adventist churches, as well as a
hotel and lodging house, upon a vote to
reject, proved a tie, 2 for and 2 against,
Alderman Elliott being absent. The
matter of having names of streets put
up on Second, east and west, from
city limit to limit, and on Ellen,
from Fifth avenue to old county road
was discußaed and finally referred to the
proper committee for a luture report
upon its probable cost, etc. A petition
from D. V. Crafts, asking permission to
paint city sprinkling carts for the privi
lege of the advertisements for hiß own
remuneration, for a period of 12 months,
was granted. In the matter of passing
upon a deed drawn by the Pomona
Land and Water company, granting the
city park to the city of Pomona, at the
suggestion of City Attorney Bell, was
deferred to an informal meeting at hiß
office on Monday evening next, for con
sideration prior to action upon it at their
next adjourned meeting, December 19th.
The bill of Messre. Lee & Watson for, in
round numbers, $131, printing 590 copies
of tbe city ordinances, was, utter some
discussion allowed; the matter of an
extra night watchman was again de
ferred. Tbe bill of City Engineer Saun
ders of $15 ior measuring amonnt of
water of Citizens' Water company some
time since, which had been withdrawn,
waa again brought up and allowed. The
board then adjourned to meet again on
Tuesday night, 19th inst.
Tbe opera house was crowded last
evening to hear the lecture of Mr.
Easton, on Chino, the sugar factory, its
surroundings, etc., and to Bee the fine
atereopticon views presented.
W. T. Maitin, Dr. Howe, ji» and
James Wright left thiß morning on a
mining prospecting tour on the Mojabe.
Rev. F. V. Fißher will preach at 7 p.
m. in tbe Methodist church tonight and
also tomorrow evening, 7th.
Messrs. Short & Scbwan sent up a
crew this morning to (ilendora for the
purpoee of packing and shipping a car
load of oranges from that port.
Judge H. S. Finney had the pleasure
of joining bis first couple in the bonds
of wedlock this morning in the persona
of Aunt mi Dandyck and Serras.
Mrs. J. A. Killam has removed to the
opposite aide of tbe street, occupying the
store room next to T. P. Bruce & Co.
We saw some very fine navel oranges
this morning, brought down from the
foothill ranche ot Col. Frank P. Firey,
east of Claremont.
C. M. Smith is to be in charge of the
Pope Bicycle Manufacturing company,
at tbe Midwintor fair in San Francisco.
There ia to be a surprise party at Mr.
Geo. Egau'e this evening.
The Ladieß' Aid Bociety of tbeUniver
ealist church hold their annual sale,
Friday next, in Thomaa' old store on
Second street. New England dinner
and supper will be served from 11:30 a.
m. to 2p. m. and 5 to 7p. m. Admis
sion free; meals 25 conte.
W. I. Botter aud hia aonof Erie, Penn
sylvania, who have been looking over
our valley and town, leave this after
noon for San Bernardino, Redlands aud
The woman's guild of St. Paula
church resume their fortnightly suppers
this (Thursday) evening, at their room
in the Ruth block, Mines. Packard,
Savage and Hamilton entertaining.
A little eon oi W. F. Nesbit was
brought in for medical examination late
this afternoon. The little fellow was
r.un over by a wagon and apparently was
badly hurt about the head.
A Demi ftlondalne Kobbcd—Local Af
San Bbrnardiko, Dec. 6.—A warrant
waa eworn out today for the arrest of
F. S. Kelley, a sporting man. Annie
Abbott, landlady of a house of ill-fame
on First street, was the complaining
witness and says that Keeley threw her
down and took two diamond rings from
fingers, one valued at $150 and the other
at $65. He also robbed her of a sum of
money at the same time.
She sent word to Officer Brown at the
time of the robbery, Sunday morning,
and he shadowed the house. The thief
was discovered but got the drop on the
officer with a 45 caliber revolver and de
clined to surrender. He haa
escaped to Los Angelea, aiter
trying to compromise the af
air. The police of the Angel city
nave beon notified and will probably
arrest him today.
Miss Marie Swingley left yesterday
for the east, to visit friends.
Louis F.dwarda of Santa Ana is in
town for a few daye.
John Matter of the New St. Charles is
the prond father of a girl baby, who
was born at Anaheim laat Monday.
John Meier, who took morphine Mon
day evening with suicidal intent, died
yesterday evening at the county hos
No News ol Winston—Death of Mrs.
Pasadena, Dec. 6. — The Winston
search party which returned from the
mountains last evening brought no news
whatever of the lost man, and the mys
tery ol bia diaappeasance is aa deep as
The party was composed of Charles
Brown, Charles Winston, Grant Grie
wold and William Sutton, who have put
in two weeko searching with no results.
Only two members of the patty now
remain in the mountains, Mr, Newcoinh
and Mr. Sturdevant, who are encamped
in the Tejunga cation, and they will be
home in a few days.
One more, and probably the last,
search party will go out shortly and
make a thorough exploration of the
Arroyo Seco cation, which ie now tbe
only place where it ia hoped to find the
I lost man. If this should prove fruit
less, time alone can solve tbe mystery.
A BAO FA 1,1..
Quite a Berioiiß accident occurred on
tbe Dodeworth houae, south of the Ray
mond hotel, yesterday afternoon, which
resulted in Mr. George £. Thompßou
being severely injured.
The ho iho, which ie a large one, ia in
process of conatruciiou, and the two men
were at work painting on a swinging
scaffold, suspended near the roof, when
in some manner tbe ropes gave way,
throwing tbsm to tbe ground, a dißtauce
of 40 or 50 feet.
Fortunately no bonen were broken,
but Mr. Thompson received aerioue
brnißee, and it ia feared, internal in
juries. Tbe patient wae made aa com
lortable aa poeeible. Dr. Green waa
called in, end it is hoped he may pull
through all right.
nKATII Of MRS. P.ANHURY.
The death of Mrs. Thomas Banbury
took place at the home on Lincoln ave
nue this morning at 2 o'clock.
While her death has long been ex
pected, deceased being veiy low for
aeveial weeks, it wae nevertheless a sad
blow to the family, in which there are
several small children.
Mrs. Banbury was among the first
settlers in this place, coming here 18
years ago with her husband. She was
woman of moat loveable disposition, de
voted to her family and friends, to
whom her death comes with great grief.
Shortly before her death her two
brothers arrived from Canada, her na
tive country, and were with her to the
last, a fact which afforded her much
The funeral services will be held from
the family residence on Lincoln avenue,
near Orange Grove, tomorrow afternoon
at 2:30, ana at the Presbyterian church
at 1:30. They will be conducted by
Rev. Fife and Rev. Harris. Interment
in Mountain View cemetery.
The proprietor of the Carlton restau
rant on North Fair Oaks avenue, Mr.
Shafer, was arrested upon complaint of
the city health officer today, for main
taining a nuiaancti in the shape of an
ill-smelling back-yard. The caae came
up in Recorder Roaaiter's court aud was
eet for hearing next week.
Tbe Los Angeleß banana man who has
been selling fruit from a wagon on the
street waa arrested this morning for
allowing his vehicle to stand in one
place more than an hour. Recorder
Rossiter fined him $5.
The marriage of Mr. Frank Healy and
Mies Grace Soabright took place at 11
o'clock this morning in the Episcopal
church, on North Euclid avenue.
The ceremony was witnessed by a few
intimate frienda of the contracting
parties, the bridal party going at once
to L-» Canada, where they will spend
Mr. Healy ia a member of the firm of
Furlong & Healy and one of our most
progressive bueineßS men.
Both the young people have many
friends in thiß city and vicinity who
join in wishing them a happy futnre.
K. P. OFFICERS KI.BCTED.
At a regular meeting of the Knights of
Pbythiaß last evening the following
officers were elected: C. H. Randall, C.
C.; T. D. Allin, V. C.: G. A. Richard
eon, M. of W.; Charles C. Brown, pre
late; W. P. Yonug, M. of A.; C. D.
Shaw, K. of R. & S.; G. E. Schmidt, M.
of F,; E. Gougar, M. of E.; Dr. Georgo
A. Deacon, physician; Dr. N. A. Dal
The Laughing Girl will amuse an au
dience at tbe opera bouse on Saturday
Tbe annual fair at the Univeraalist
church opened this morning. A supper
waa served by the ladiea this evening,
which was well patronized.
Two young chapa were up in the re
corder's court this morning for stealing
goldfish from Mr. Hewitt.
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion lycenm No. 500, L. L. a., will hold
their regular meeting Thursday evening,
Comfton, Dec. 5.—D. M. Hathorn has
been disabled for two weeks by catching
cold which affected an old wound on bis
Since the report of the hold up of Mr.
Cowen a robbery has come to light.
While Mr. M. E. Snavely waa away from
home last Tuesday evening some one
entered his house and took between $15
Soma one shot into the bedroom of
Thomas Roten laet night with a re
volver but did no damagi.
Revival meotinza are being held in the
M. E. chnrch this week.
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
X?mrv Weakness, Nervotmncae,
f Defcllity, and all the train
\" fSh o f evils from enrlv errors or
Jf&-*S-A m& later excesses, the results of
ff*«L«i ▼ overwork, sickness, worry,
StW/fT etc. Kull strength, devel-
Jsct li opment and tone given to
tgWfS\ l|V'*ti£«4s ever s' organ and portion
«lwiM»2? , of the body. Simple, nat
/ iMtWro H\l ura ' methods. lmmcdi
» ft UU/Jate improvement seen.
Failure impossible. 2,000 references. Book,
explanation nnd proofs mailed (sealed) tree.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
Incubators, Bone Mills. Alfalfa cutters.
JOHN 11. MKKCitK,
117 Bast Becond street,
8-1 bin Los Angeles.
to the ways of her household.'*
Yes, Solomon is right; that's what
the good housekeeper everywhere
But her ways are not always
old ways. In fact she has dis
carded many unsatisfactory old
ways. ' For instance, to-day she
the New Shortening, instead of
lard. And this 19 in itself a. rea
son why "she looketh well" in
another sense, for she eats no
lard to cause poor digestion and
a worse complexion.
Cottolenb i:5 much better
than lard for all cooking pur
poses, as every one who has tried
it declares. Have you tried itf
For sale everywhere.
REFUSE ALL SUB3TITUTES.
Genuine made only by
IM. K. FAIRBANKS CO.,
ST. LOUIS and
CHICAGO, NEW YORK, BOSTON.
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WELL AND AT WORK.
Los Axgbles, Cal., Nor 20, 1533.
This is to ceitify that I, Karl S.iderberg, had
been lncauaciutod from laf or for live mouths,
owing to an inflamed, stiff and painful aukle
Joint, aed 1 continued to grow etesdlly worse
under the treatment of three leading physi
cian iof tbi-i cl'y. I could get around only on
twocrutchev I was very thin and weak. I
then weut to the Los Ango es Medical and Sur
gical Institute, 241 South Main St., andafier
two mouth-.' treatment with 'nem I was able to
go to work on a ranch, and have been working
every day since. 1 have gnined flesh and
fitrenclb, and am now well. I gladly reuommend
the phyticians of the Institute as competent
professional m i honorable business men. Far
further information address P. O. Box 37. Pico
Heights. KAKL EODERBKRG,
Bladder and Skin
Surgical Cases Treated and all Sur
gical Operations Performed.
Diseases of Women Cured.
EYE, EAR, NOSFHI) THROAT.
"This is to certify that I have been under ilie
care of the i-hro it specialist of the Los Augoles
Medical and Surgical Institute for nasal and
bronchial catarrh, nurt have been greafiv btue
ti ed, und cau cordially reccirainund this treat
ment. REV. HEVRf W. CKABHE.
Los Ange es, Nov. 20, 1803.
Los Angles Meiioii & Surgical Inst.tule,
241 8. Main street.
Hours, 9 to 3, 7 to 8; Sanuav 10 io 12.
Nine rears' practloe iv j.Ol Angeles.
PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANINQ MILLS.
SIS Commarelal street. l.oi Aggllt*, CaL
Improve these long, pleasant evenings in scquirlnga business Idneatlon. It may
not be as much feu i.i go to school as to auendat-all or theatre, but it will pay
you much better in :he end. An eyeulng course at the
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE
144 S. MAIN STREET
Will Increase yoar earning capacity from 25 to 100 per cent. All the commer
cial brauches, together with shorthand and typewriting, practically taunht by
competent instructors. Call at tho oflice or write fur catalogue aud copy of the
lUUCATOB, a live monthly journal.
KANKINtI lIIH SKS.
TBE NATIONAL BAI OF CALIFORNIA
Report to Conipti oller of Currency, Oct. S, 18V&
RESOC BCKS. LIABILITIES
Cash on hand and in bnnks $14.'i 7(17 10 Capital stn-jk, paid in coin $250,000 00
United St«t*s bonds IticiiKM IK) Surplus 5,00(1 OO
Demand loans ... 133.729 00 Unoivid (1 proliti H,7«4 11
Roxular losna MM.SOD 38 Clrciiliition 135,00<> (S>
School bonds and stocks siO,4uU 0 > Deposl's 101,034 13
Furniture and fixtures (1,000 00
Expenses 5,450 07
S0(l8,84fl 2!l '■ $•;«:( 818 29
The National Bank of Calllomla i« oue of toe few hmiii that successfully stood the shook ot
the late panic and iiislntalned lull coin payments rl (lit. through.
The Natlomvl Bsnk or Catlforals pars no Interest on deposits in any form, offers no anetial
IndticemcniK for bttslnrai oilier thau reliability when the customers exercise their rights to de*
liinml tlr.ilr nionny.
In the matter "of loans It looks more to reliability than high rnfei ot interest, and de<lres no
loans except, from good and reliable pui.ies.aud then exacts good security, believing that no
bsnk Is better o: more tellable than Its leans.
0. F. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNSON. JOHN WOLFS KILL, M. H. SHERMAN.
W. '~ (i'ZAVKS, K. F.C. KlOKKtf, GRWRGICIRVINJt, X N. MeImNALD,
w. s. dkvan. T. K. NKWLIN, a. h a u:.h .. John m. c. marble.
STATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
N.W. Cor. Second ami Spring Sts., l.os Anttelps, <;al.
BUB-iCRIHED CAPITAL, $1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000.
A Geuerni Baukiiii.; Bui.usss TrinsMted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Depouts
W. 0. COCHRAN, Pres'i. H. J. WOOILaCJIT, V. Proi't. JAS. F. TO WELL, Bec'y.
Gen. H. Bonebrake, w H. Crocker, A. A, Fuhbvd, o. T. Johnson,
P. M. Green, Te'.lalr Creiehton, W. O. Cochran, li. F. Ball.
11. .1. WooHaentt. W. I. Gflrdiu> r. Jnm-« K. Towell. 8-19 tf
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK. OF
Los Angeles, (Jul.
Oldest atid Lsrcest vtMik hi Sou hern
Capita! (paid npl $ 800 "'!0
iMmtaa aud wests ?80,<KH)
ISAIAH W. HELLMAN rretldcnt
HERMAN W. HKLLMAn Vice-President
J iHN MII.SKu cashier
H. J. FLVUUMAN .'.islßtaJt Cia'alei
W. H Perry, Osro w. cuiids, J. ranker
• 'dm, c. E. Teem, 0. Dattßintauu, H. W. Hcll
•nin, T. L. liuqne. A. Classen. 1. W. >lel>rQau.
Exchange for sale oa all the principal rules
ot the United Htatf s, Europe,. bin* and Japan.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATION ALBANS
10l 9. spring street, Nadeau block.
fj. N. Breed President
Wm F. Bosuyshell Vlce-I're>ldent
". X Flint (ladder
W. li. Hclliday Assistant Cashier
Capital paid In gold coin $200,0-0
3 .urpln« and undivided proet. 23,000
Authorised c<?kal 500,000
L, N. Breed, X I, Wm H. Avery,
BUM Holm'U. W. K. Ho! I (day. R. U. Bosby
•hell, id IISRan. Fruit Rader, D. Koralck,
tbos. Goes, William F. Bobyffaell. 7-1 Cf
rTVHI tJNIVKB'ITY HANK OF LOS ANGELES
J Southeast Corner ol r rat and Brnailway.
Capital stoci. full. paid ¥100 000
Surplus 7."> OtIO
R. M. WJDVEV. President.
V. O. MILTIMOKB, Vlee-Pres't.
GEO. I . AKNOLD, Cashier.
R. V. Wldncv, I). O. Mil (Imore,
S. W. Little. 8. ifcKlntsy,
John McArthur, C. A. Wsrner,
L. J. P. MorrU'.
General hank in;; business aud loans on first
class real enat-? solicited. Buy snd sell first
clasi ktocks, bonds and warrant*. Parties wish
lng to Invest In first-class securities, on eithe
long or thou time, can be accommodated.
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
t'N'ITSD STATES lIKI'OSITAKV.
Capital ~~ 1500,000
GEOEGK H. BONEBRAKE, Presiden'.
F. C. HOWES. Cashier.
D". W. • .>K, Assistant Cashier.
Col. H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green, War
ren Glllelen, L. P. Crawlord, C. A. Ma'rluer,
Geo. H. Bonebiake, 1". 0. Howes. 015 tt
THIRST NATIONAL BANK OF IDS ANGELS 3
CAP TALBTCCK $400,000
J. M. ELLIOTT. President.
J. D. BICKNELL, Vioe-Pres't.
FRAN a A.GIBSON, Cnhler.
G. B. SIIAFFH.fi, Ass't Cashier.
J. M. Elliott, .I.D. Bicknell,
S. 11. Mott, II- MBbnry,
J, D. Hooker, D. Mi Garry,
Wm. G. KcrektiofT.
WINE C 38.
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON COAL.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
Stock Up For the Winter and Get the
Benefit of Summer Prices.
Tela. 3« ami 1047- h vsu West Second gg
PO RTR AlTSir*
Either Crayons, Sepias or Water Colors. Prices Will Astonish You.
NOTE DISPLAY AT HALL OF 221 a BPKINO ST. Bring any photo you wish enlarged. Alio
Designing and engraving.
E. S. COMINGS, 221 South Spring Street.
BANK OF AMERICA,
LO3 ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
rspitai stock paid u» S?00,000.
JOHN K. PL ITER Presides*
ROIJi'. 3. BAKER Vlce-!'resld«a«
GEO. a STEWART Cesale*
JoHism rilxby, Chas. Forman,
L.T. itarntey, Lewellj, n Blxby,
1i,.". Baker, John b. Plaier.
Geo n. Stewart.
O A VINII3 Ii~ANK (7FSOUTHERN CALIFOR-
O NI A, .-.E. Cor. t'priug and (",urt sis.,
Los AiisrHles, Cal*
( spltal stock $100,000
J. H. Braly, Presiuent.
l-'rauk A. Gibioo, V.-Pres't.
John N. Hun', Cashier.
Arthur 11. Braly. Ass'tCashier.
Direc:ors-H. Jevne, J. M. Elliott, C. W. Hss
son, Hiram Mabury, Frank A. Gibson. J. U.
Ilraly, it. W. Foindexier, W. G. Patterson, H.
L. Drew, Simon Mater.
Interest paid on all deposits 11-29 ti
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring ANGELES.
C7FICERS AND DinCCTORS :
M. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVsiy
C.G.Harrison S. H. Moll " R. X.. Baiter
A. E. Femeroy
LjKCUKirY SAVISH3 BANK AND TRUVT
O CO., 143 S. Mam tt
live per cent interest paid on term deooslti.
Capital stock $200 000
T. L. Duque, Prei't. J. F. Sinori, Cashier,
w. v. Longyear, ABs'tCaibier. .
Directors: Isaias W. Hellmae, Herman W.
Ileilmau, Maurice H. Hrllman, A. C. Rogers,
T. L. Duiiue, Wm. McDermott, M. L. Fleming,
J. A. Grives, F. N. .Myers, J. 11. Shankland, J.
F. Hauori. 11-15 dm
lOSI OS AN! IF.LK3 SAVINGS BANK,
j No. 2:id N. Mainsc
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000
H. W. Hellman, Pres't. J. E. Plater, V.-Pres't
W. M. Cuwsll, Cashier.
Director'—l. W. Hellman, R. 8. Baker, H. W.
Hellman, J. X Platei, I. W. Hellman, Jr.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan oa
flrsi-clsss real estate. 11-1 tf
/' | Biimson Block, Third and Spring.
T. W. Rrotherton, President
T. S. C. Lowe, Vici-Pres't.
F. D. Hall, Cashier.
T. D. sllmson, t. W. Blinn,
Annreei Mullen, J. M. Hale,
R. J. Waters, J. Perclvai,
" Robert Hale. 10-711
STRKEV SAVINGS BANK AND
42(1 S. Main Ht., Los Angeles, Cal.
J. B. LANKERSHIM President
S. C. HUBBELL." Vice-President
J. V. WACHTEL Cashier
11. W. Hellman, X, Coho, J. H. Jones, O.T.
JohnsOD, W.G. Kerokhofl'. H. W. O'Melveny.
Interest paid nu all deposits. 10-20 tl