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DIED.
BSTUDILLO—Reves Estudillo, daughter of
Jose O. Estudillo, October 14, i HIM.
Funeral at 10 o'clock a. m. Tuesday. l«th,
from family residence, 4-S south Hill street.
BRIEFS
YTeathnr [tnrean.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles
October 11. 1894:
f :0 i a. m.
£>KJ0 p. m.|
I Bar. | Thar.JRH'm W'd
2ft.KB; 53 i 100 j PK
1211.Hi)I 63 | 80 i W
2 FoflfJ
3 IClear
Maximum 78.
Minimum temperature, 53.
Indications.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair,
nearly stationary temperature, ligut winds
generally westerly.
Officer Davis arrested a young man
named Ed Nuilis last night on sus
picion.
Another cut in Duniap and Stetson
bats for tbis, the laat week of the big
clearance sale.
Reyes Estudillo, daughter of Jose G.
Eatudillo, died yesterday. Funeral
Tuesday at 10 a. m.
The Y. W. C. A. boating committee
wish to cay that even if r. light fog pre
vails it will be pleasant at AVeetlake to
night.
Will exchange the entire stock of hats
and men's furnishings now in store
room. No. 137 S. Spring street, formerly
occupied by the Lace house, for real es
tate, city or country. Will assume.
The prices for hate, underwear, neck
wear, Baependers, etc., at Desmond's
big clearance sale, No. 137 8. Spring, are
pleasantly surprising all and disappoint
ing none. Remember thia ia the last
week of the sale.
Loa Angelea Parlor, No. 45, Native
Sons of the Golden West, will give a
Kiand ball on November 13 at tbe New
Turner ball in honor of the tenth anni
versary of ita installation. Much inter
est ia being taken in the nil air, and it
will be an exceedingly enjoyable occa
sion.
Judge Widney's last speech for pro
tection will be criticised tonight at
Unity church. Tho judge himself ie
expected to he present and ho will have
an opportunity to criticise hia critics.
Oliver P. Smith of Oakland will aleo
address tha single tax meeting this
evening.
Detectives Boequi and Goodman
yesterday afternoon arrested Georze
Larimer, aliaa Barnes, alias "Reddy," a
noted burglar wbo haß been operating in
San Diego for come time. A warrant for
bis arrest was sent up several days ago,
and the detectives located bim on Firat
Btreet yesterday.
Did you ever ccc anything like it?
Well hardly. You'll see aomething
quite as Bnrnrising this week if you look
in at No. 137 S. Spring, where Desmond
is holding his annual clearance sale of
winter hata and men's furnishings.
Another slashing big cut in prices for
thia, the last week of the sale.
PERSONALS.
A. G. McCaualandol Omaha la a gueat
at the Nadean.
M. Goldwater, the Anaheim merchant,
iB at the .Nadeau.
Mr. and Mra. F. E. Wood of New
York have arrived at tbe Nadeau for the
winter.
K. J. Isham, a well-known commercial
traveler ior a Ban Francieco firm, ia in
the city.
J. H. Claney and Thornaa Chriaman
of Santa Barbara are registered at tbe
Nadeau.
W. E. Donning, repreaentine the
Standard Soap company, ia at tbe Hol
lenbeck.
Max R. Engel, a lace importer from
New York, ie at the Hollenbeck with
bia bride.
Dr. J. J. Cboate departed laat evening
for Lancaster and vicinity, to be abaent
• few daya.
Cbariea Townsend, representing Tay
lor, Williams & Co. ol Kentucky, ia at
the Nadeau.
W. D. Grady, a prominent lawyer and
politician oi Fresno, ia a gueat at the
Hollenbeck.
A. B. Campbell, the silver-tongued
political orator oi Topeka, Kane., ia at
the Hollenbeck.
J. C. Kellum, wbo baa been in San
Francieco for bis months paat, ia en
route to hie former home, Pbosnix.
S. J. Naumbnrg of the firm of Naum
burg, Krauaa, Lauer & Co.. of Newark,
N. J., ia regietered at the Hollenbeck.
W. C. Watkine, Pacific coast agent for
several tobacco firms, arrived from San
Francieco yesterday and ia at the Hol
lenbeck.
Mr. and Mra. Arthur Tower of Chi
cago and Misa May Tower of New York
are wintering in the aoutb, and are at
present at the Nadeau.
"Jonnie" Clancy, chief clerk at the
Commercial botel in Santa Barbara, is
in tbe city, and will remain during the
week in attendance on the racea.
Dr. A. J. Chandler, president and gen
era'/, manager at Pruenix, Ariz., of the
Coiiaolidated Canal company of Arizona,
./fie of the largest canals in the territory,
with hia wife, aro spending aome time
in tbe oity.
Peter Banigalupi, proprietor and pub
lisher of El Peru Iluatrado and owner
of tbe principal theater in Lima, Peru,
S. A., baa establiebed the Edison kine
toecope aad phonograph in Loa Angelea.
He ia at present in the city on bia way
to Denver to introduce them tbere. He
ia alao the aole representative in San
Francisco of the wonderful inventions.
Mr. H. E. Huntington, vice-president
ef tbe Southern Pacific company, went
over the Monrovia line veeterday in
company with Mr. J. A. M'uir, the able
■uperintendent oi the company here.
Mr. Muir haa loet no opportunity of
■ bowing Mr. Huntington thia part of
tbe atate and ita great resources. Borne
considerable improvements may be
looked for aa a result.
A Quarter Century Test.
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's Now
Discovery baa noun tented, and the millions
who have? received beneilt from its uae testily
toils wonderful curative powers in tjl dis
e&aei of throat, chest aud iuugr. A remedy
that haa stood tbe test so long and that has
given so universal uatisfaction ia uo experi
ment. JEach bottle is positively gutrauta'jd to
give relief or the msney will be refunded. It
Is admitted to b - the moat reliable for coughs
•nd oilda. Trial brittle* free at C. F. Hetuze
•nau'adreg store, 222 N. Main au Larjt> size
tOe aud $1.
Dr. Parker, dentist, 129,'f Wtat Firat atreet.
Eckstrom for wall paper, Jo.) S. Main at.
Baa (iaaj<A« li.un.-i gotr.
THE BRANDED BABY.
Mother ..f the Vaknuwii Infant Thought
«<> ll* In This City.
Dr. E M. Griffith, formerly of thia
oity, ia certainly having a hard time in
San Francieco. He ia under arrest there
on a charge of cruelty to a child, whom
he irsaid to have branded on the thigh
with a red-hot iron. The story hae been
publiabed fully and is to the effect that
the mother of the child left it at Dr.
Griffith'a houso and went away. The
only excuse he can give for marking the
child ia that he did it (or future identi
fication.
A aiaterol Dr. Griffith reeides in thia
city. She ia Mr?. Chaa. Hancbette,
whose husband, while secretary of the
chamber of conimorce, so mysteriously
disappeared from Chicago, whither he
had been sent to superintend tho frnit
exhibit of Southern California. Mre.
Hancnette doea not believe that hor
brother ie guilty of the accueation filed
against him.
According to the San Francieco popere,
the mother of the mysterious child is
thought to be in Los Angelea, though
Dr. Griffith refuses to say anything of
ita parentage. Detectivea are engaged
in ferreting out the identity of the
mother, who iB badly wentud to testify
in the caee of Dr. Griffith. Some seu
satioDal developments are expected.
MEMORANDA.
Special—Books are now open for sub
scriptions to stock in the Eureka Oil
company. Four wells in operation. It
wil! pay you to investigate thiß. Foi
particulars apply to A. R. Fruse-. 132
South Broadway, and W. H. NNia
vrender, 213 West Firet etreet.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doraey, Stimson
block, first t\nr> rooma 129, 130, 141.
Special attem given to obstetrical
cases and all v Ai-ee oi women and
children. Elect; ity scientifically used.
Consultation hours, Ito 5. Tele.. 1227.
Persons desiring to frame their por
traits will find the best selection ol
frames at Lichtenberger'e art emporinm,
107 North Main street. Artists wil! find
it to their advantage to purchase their
supplies there.
Dr. Blake olaims with his new Bystem
of patent forceps to bave reached a de
gree of perfect too iv tooth extraction ; in
this specialty he leads over all othera.
230>2 South Spring utreet.
Special—For a ehort time only, flneßt
enameled cabinet photoa in tho city,
reduced to $1 per dozsn. Sunbeam Art
Parlors, 236 South Main Btreet.
Tbe Cosmopolitan dining hall, 219-221
West Second streot, is serving insula as
near like home cooking as it ie possible
to have it. Meals, 25 eta.
John P.. Paul, funeral director and
embaimer. Satisfaction guaranteed. 419
and 421 Downey aye., Eaßt Loa Angelea.
Telephone 1365.
Adsma Bros., dentißta, 239 1 South
Spring atreet. Painless tilling and ex
tracting. The beat sets of teeth from $6
to $10.
Lumber! Cement! Big drop in priceß.
Call on Loa Angeles Lumber Co., Sau
Pedro at., between Fourth and Fifth.
Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block, Fifth
and Brcadway, rooms 21 and 26. Res.,
1033 Flower st. Tel., office 1421; res. 116.
The genuine Mathushek piano for sale.
Price very reasonable and fully guar
anteed. 118 Winston Bt. A. G. Gardner.
Go to I. T. Martin to buy or Bell furni
ture, carpeta, matting, linoleum, oil
cloth and stoves. 451 Sonth Spring et.
Chloro-napthaleum the great disin
fectant, should be used in every home
Office at 666 South Spring Btreet.
Go to the Bryson Lumber company
for tbe beet lumber; finest line in the
city. Offios, 207 W. Second St.
The rYdvaoae Davis sewing machine is
the beat. Office, 128 Sonth Main Btreet.
Swaofeldt, (tbe L. A. Tent & Awning
Co.) hsa removed to 250 Sonth Main.
Sharp >v Samson, funeraldirectora, (in
dependent), 536 S. Spring Bt.; tel. 1029,
Sewing machines, in good working or
der, for $5 each. 12S South Main atreet.
Mra. Dr. Wella removed, 252 8. Ocean
aye., Santa Monica. Car farea deducted.
All kinda of sewing machines repaired
at 128 South Main etreet; needles oil.
Dr. Baldridge ia now located at 245
South Spring street, rooms 2 and 3.
F. W. Krinzel. piano tuner, at Gard
ner & Zollnei's, 213 S. Broadway.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton 304 N. Main,
opposite St. Elmo; tsl. 1159.
All kinds of sewing machines for rent;
128 South Main atreet.
Mrs. E. Flint, modiste, 1054 Sonth
Pearl street.
Insure with A. C. Golah, 147 South
Broadway.
VlOld Indian knife, Campbell's Curio
store.
Dr. Ryan, eye, ear, eto. Stimßon bl'k.
Rooms $2 a week. 17. S. hotel.
JOTTINGS.
Look at the responsible firms and horsemen:
C. A. Durfee, Walter Maben, D. R. Dwyer,
Wells, Fargo & Co.,Oudahy Packing Co., Na
tional Ice Co., Los Angeles Fishing Co., Tufts-
Lyons Arms Co., Maier & Zobelein's brewery,
Simon Maier and 10,000 others. AU use and
recommend Dr. Jarnatt's Texas Horse Lini
ment. Try it: it is the best.
Wagner's Kimberley.
158 opposite old court house. Specs
aud wrasses a specialty. Fine watch and
jewelr»- -opairiug. Also diamonds and fine
jswelry at lowest figures. Wagner, the old re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Maier A Zobelein's lager, fresh from th?ir
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly In bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 411 Aliso street, tele
phone 01. _
Stop Paying Rent by Building
Through the Savings Fund and Bonding So
ciety of Los Angeles. Monthly payments.
Twelfth annual series nowopm E. 11. Urasett,
secretary, room 103 Wilson block. First and
Spring.
Mirrors, both French and Herman plate, can
now be bad at a great saving on former prloes.
French mirrors, both plain and beveled; also
beveled plates made to order. All work guar
anteed. H. Raphael A Co., 110 B. Spring st.
The Finest Flavored Oysters
In bulk and cans, 00 cents, full quarts; fine, fat
andjnlcy. Cans, 50 cents. Discount to hotels
and restaurants. Fred Hanlman's Mott Market.
Dr. O. H. Parker.
131>£S. Spring atreet, Los Angeles, Cal. Teotfr
filled painlessly. Gold crowns and bridge work;
teeth extracted without pain.
Guitar Lessons.
Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by
Prof. Arevelo, room 120 Wilson biook.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 151-36
8. flroadwaj. Telephone 427.
Neltzke A Speck, funeral directors and era
balmers, 250 South Main street. Tel, 1319,
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman St Co, 210 s. Spring et.
Oa to Ecltitrom, 30!* a Main attest, for good
• an uapei al luo rigW ylea.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15. 1894.
PIRATICAL POLITICAL PLUNDER.
Boss Burns aud the Way He
Boodled the State.
Au Official Stowing of the Colonel's
Defalcations.
Kxtrnct* From J>hn P. Uann'i Report
to the Attorney (vftnnrnl — fl*
Termi It Pntent, Uublaih
inf£ Fraud*
The following ia a copy from John P.
Dunn'a report to Hon. E. C. Marshall,
attorney-general:
Sachamento, October 3, 1384,
Tho investigation showa that during
the incumbency of D. M. Burns, from
January 5, 1880, to January 8, 1883, the
total sum of the deficiency was $31,
--739.59. "Not one of the booka iv
which were entered the daily transac
tions of the office can be found, and tbe
fee and cash books, which were left
behind, contain co many false and mys
tifying entries, ac to show that the de
termination waa to make detection all
tbe more difficult. But, through an in
conceivable oversight on the part of
Burns' office, yet most fortunately for
the state, some thouaandsol letters were
left on file, irom parties in this and
other states, ordering work to be done,
inclosing currency and money ordera in
some cases for the payment of the work,
and in others, requesting that it be sent
O. O. D. These letters furnished a clew,
which, when followed up, developed a
systematic embezzlement of tbe state's
money."
"Notaries public wore appointed,qual
ified, and paid $5 lor their commissions,
but no record of such appointments, or
receipt of the money nppaara on the fee
cr cash book. The same state of affairs
exists in regard to commissioners of
deeds aud other appointments."
"The books of J. W. Shanklin, survey
or-general, ahow that every month of bia
term he paid to the office of the secre
tary of state sums varying from $25 to
$554; and the receipts in possession of
Mr. Shanklin, signed by Burna and hia
clerks, confirm Mr. Slianklin's books.
Yet the first entry on Burns' hooka, aud
the first sum of money tnrned over by
hira to tbe state as coming from thia
aonrce, was in December, 1880, when
$35 was paid, although he had been in
office eleven months, and bad received
prior to that date the sum of $1420.
The receipts held hy Mr. Shanklin ahow
tbat the aum of $3759 whs paid the aeo
retary of Btate, whilst of that Bum but
$653 was paid to the etate, leaving a de
falcation of $3136."
In the Bale o! the California reporta,
the defalcation amounts to $1912.50.
In the aale of ballot paper, the de
falcation amounts to $6,545.45.
Reynolds, Burns' deputy. Bays he re
ceived all money when present, kept
the foe and cash books, and made all
monthly reports; that he had a private
cash book in which he would enter all
money received, but at the end of the
month, Burna would direct him to nay
out a certain deeignated amount into
the atate treasury. Thia amount would
then be entered in the cash book of the
office.
The difference between the amount
received and the amount turned over
being represented by tags, these tags
being placed in the safe during the
month in lieu of money borrowed by
Burns and othera in the office. Reyn
olds stated he understood Burns would
make up these monthly deficiencies in
one lump.
Thia Bystem of patent, nnbluohing
fraud began almost at the hour of
Burns' incumbency.reachßß in unbroken
line to the end of Reynold's deputy
ship, and in leaa bold, though scarcely
lees corrupt manner, continued to the
end of Barns' term.
That Joyful Mooting-
With the exilarating sense of rsnewsd
health and Btrength aud internal clean
liness, which followa the use of Syrup of
Figa, ia unknown to the few who have
not progressed beyond the old time
medicinee and the cheap substitutes
sometimes offered but never accepted
by tho well informed.
Every voter vhsse rame is not on the
great register of ISO 2 should register at
once. Registration closes on the 22d of
this month.
DR. TALCOTT & CO.,
NEW YORK SPECIALISTS
-~.g-3r.ag PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN LOS ANGELES, 23=53t«~
~ " " Only Doctors In So. Calif. Treating
PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN ONLY.
So many failures to cure this class of cases by quacks, charlatans and pre
tenders, induce us to continue our fair proposition, that
plot a Dollar
NEED BE PAID
Until We Cure Yoa.
EVERY FORM OF SEXUAL WEAKNESS which we undertake, we CURE, and
will make you a man among men, preparing yon for marriage and life's duties.
GONORRHOEA quickly cured by a new method, avoiding many of the usual com
plications of this troublesome malady, which often timea make life a burden
foryears.
GLEET and STRICTURE, resulting from badly treated Gonorrhoea, relieved
quietly and permanently cured. - c
SYPHILIS and BLOOD TAINTS made a particular specialty.
VARICOCELE cured without knife, ligature, injection or caustic. We are the
only doctors that accomolish this.
Enlarged Prostate, manifested by frequent urination, especially at night, in men
past fifty, given IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
WE TREAT THESE DISEASES OF MEN AND NOTHING ELSE.
Our offices aTe tho moat elaborate and private in the city, and are supplied with
every instrument and remedy known to cure this class of diseases.
Consultation and advice free. If you cannot call, write for our Free Book on na
turo and treatment of theso diseases.
Office Hours—9 a. m. to 4.30 p. m. Evening 7to 8.30. Sundays 10 to 2.
Corner Main and Third Streets,
over Wella-Fargo Expresses. " FrlvateEntrance on Third Street
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
ABSOLI/TEiILY PUm
ART TALKS.
Sirs, t'aswir* liittrticHlve Address at
Slarlbnrnugh. Schnnl,
A prospectua waa sent out a couple of
weeka ago announcing a B6riea of in
formal talke on Art Hiatory, to be given
by Mra. George A. Oaawell at tho Marl
borough achool on successive Saturdays,
commencing day before yesterday. A
gratifyingly large number were present
on that date, when the subjeol treated
Definitions, origin oi Art, Savage Tribes,
Art in Egypt, Pyramids, Sculpture Ap
plied to Architecture, Ka Statues, etc
Mrs. Caawell eaid all definitions were
difficult juat in proportion as they were
general, aa bo.'tuty, religion, art, refine
ment; such definitions were mostly neg
ative.
Aa acionce deals with the useful in
life, 60 art ia the ornamental side of life.
Its origin, indeed, waa loveof ornament;
ac in clothing, which developed tho arts
of weaving, embroidering, lnce making.
Then shelter, wbicb produced architec
ture and furnishing. Imagination was
next appealed to, and poetry, music,
sculpturo, painting and more elaborate
or intricate architecture followed.
Savage tribes ehotvnd tbeir love of art
in tattooed skulls, decorated war clubs
and paddloa, in the plaited etraw and
feather bands of the Sandwich Islands,
in Navajo blanketa and Indian baakot.i.
Some of the earliest pieces of art were
in tombs or ornamental buildings, Cyclo
pean walls, the ptllars of (Jontral Amer
ica, pyramids, nun's houses.
Architecture ia the art of ornamental
and ornamented building. "Beauty in
proportion."
The history of architecture may be
Baid to be included in the period from
tho cave to tho Alhambra; that of paint
ing from Cimibne to Burns-Jonea; of
sculpture from Fhidiaa to St. Gaudena.
Mra. Caßwell referrod to the theory
that sculpture should be used only for i
the decoration of architecture and sub
ordinated to it. The Egyptian love of
temples and tombs waa the outgrowth of
their religion, ns evidenced hy the tem
ples at Thebes, tombs at Memphis, on
the left bank of tbe Nile.
The pyramids, tbeir construction,
plan and use, were carefully explained
and graphically described as being on a
plateau, with the great sphinx at the
entrance to the plateau.
Ka, meaning a double, the Ka ct ntuos
were a duplicate, feature for feature,
made in Egyptian porcelain from one to
12 inches, 20 or more bsing often found
with the mummy.
The entire subject waa profusely illus
trated by a prolusion of photographs,
and as Mra. Caswell not only knows
what Bhe wants to say but how to say it
clearly and well, the address proved
highly interesting as well aa inatruetive.
Following ia tbe liat of subjects for the
rest of the series :
First —Asayria, Ninevah and Babylon :
Monuments of Brahminism and Budd
hism; rock-out temples, pagodaa and vi
harras; Mogul palacea aud tho Taj Ma
hal.
Third—Greek art: Tha Acropolis; a
few masterpieces of sculpture.
Fourth—Early Christian and Byzan
tine art: The catacombs; symbolism;
discussions as to representations of
Christ; basilicas of San Clemente at
Home, St. Paul outside the walls, and
Santa Maria Maggiore; baptisteries;
Byzantine churches oi St. Sophia at
Constantinople, and St. Mark's at
Venice,
Fifth —Florence and Florentine sculpt
ors : Ghiberti; Donatelio; Delia Kobbia;
Michael Angelo.
Sixth—Canova, Thorwaldaen, fin-de
siecle sculptors.
Seventh —Gothic or pointed architec
ture; definitions; constructive ornamen
tations; early, middle and late Gothic ;
typical cathedrals of England, Frivuce,
Germany, Italy and Spain.
Eighth —Raphael, tho moater of
beauty; Titian, of color; Coreggio, of
chiaroscuro.
Ninth—Nineleonth century art; char
acteristics of modern French school;
English acbool of water colorB; pre-
Kaphaeliam; the impressionists or
pleniarista.
Tenth—Architecture of today.
There is no medicine so often needed
in very home and oo admirably adapted
to the purpose for which it is intended
as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Hardly
a week passes but soma member of the
family has need of it. A toothache or
headache may be cured by it. A touch
of rheumatism or neuralgia quieted.
The severe pain of a burn or Bcald
promptly relieved and the aore heads,
in much lees time than when medicine
hae to be sent for. A sprain may be
promptly treated before inflammation
eets in, whioh insures a cure in about
one-third of the time otherwise roquircd.
Guts and bruises shonld receive im
mediate treatment before the parts be
come Bwollen. which can only be done
when Pain Balm is kept at hand, A
sere throat may be cured before it
becomes Beriouß. A troubleeome corn
may be removed by applying it twice a
day for a week or two. A lame back
may be cored and aeveral days of valu
able time saved or a pain in the side or
cheat relieved without paying a doctor
bill. Procure a 50 cent bottle at once
and you will never recrec it. For sale
by Off & Vaughn. Fourth and Soring
streets, and C. F. Heinzemao, 222 North
Main atreet, druggists.
TO BUILDERS AND OWNERS.
In Heating a Bulltllur; the First Con
sideration
Is tho health of the occupants; second, the effi
ciency of the heat-pro3uclng power; theso c*n
only bo assured by using a Steel Dome Fur
nace. Tbey are bandied only by the Ca*s &
Smurr Stove company, 224 and 338 South
Spring street
250 envelopes, 50c; b; ream writing paper 'Joe
Langstadtur, 21* w. second, Hollenbeck hotel.
Largest stock of wa'l paper at Eckstrom's, 309
S. Malt at. Eight price—good taste.
Dr. Parker, dentist, 12'J'$ Wast First street
Wall paper, :>c, 7lsc per roll, 328 8. Sprinit.
THE TAILOR Jfe,
MATCE3 TIIE PEST OLOTHE3 - £*W '
fit 25 PES CENT LESS
Zl-.-.X ANTf OTHER HOUSE.
SUITS m w tur frua $20
PAFFS »to Orflei not $5 HUnt
FINE TA!LORi?»G | iff'
iVor>;-7Mrr;.7 , j:z<Tß.s | jjjffi
48-ruila for BWf-Mw»uiwqiiiiiitw r£) EM
a::d Samples of Ciotli £::ut Jrae li *£#ito' Jil *»vA
So." 143 S. Spring St.,
LOS ANGELES.
DOCTOR
WHITE.
128». Main St.
I||§ Oldest, most
* "j4s': successful spec
ial Dr. for men
an d women in
state. No
'^W^?^ 5 fake methods
employed. Gonorrhea,
Clcet, Syphilis, Skin
Diseases, Smpotency,
Seminal Losses, Kidney,
BEaeSder, Stomach, Liver,
Lung, and all Private and
Chronic Diseases of Men
and Women cured for life.
Consult Dr. White first.
Dispensary, 128 N. Main St.,
Los Angeles, Cal. Call or
Write.
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Of tho attention and the conviction of every
lady* mind in Loi Angelas of the fact that the
moat delicate and efficacious article of the toi
letisnoneothor than "OHRME UHEa," an un
excelled Parisian face cream. Contains no
animal grease or oil of any Kind: Is iully ab
sorbed by the akin. Used with "Poudre Rhea"
ltprorluceaa true enamel effect, transparent
smooth and fragrant. Price, . r >oe a jar. Sold
at the IMPERIAL HAIK lIAZAR,
Under Hotel lioltenbeok on Second st.
J. M. Griffith, Pres. John T. Griffith, V.-Prea
F. T. Griffith, Recretary and Treasurer.
B. L. Chandler. Superintendent
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY
LUMBER DEALERS
And Manufacturers of
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLIND 3 AND STAIRS
Mill work of every description.
1-tt 934 N. Alameda it, Los Angeles.
INDUSTRIAL FAIR!
OF AGRICULTURAL ASSO'N NO. 6, LOS ANGELES.
October* IS to 2CX
EX /'~AIT r THE SENSATIONAL
LA I H MEETING
. OF THE YEAR, t
PROGRAM MEZ MONDAY
The Derby, i% Miles. i 2:20 Trotting-.
Three-Year-Old Trot. | Running 2-Year-01ds
The Great 2:14 Pace.
Poultry and Stock Displays.
Horticultural Exhibit.
ALL AT AGRICULTURAL PARK.
f!W"A(lmission 50 Cents. Special Hates on Railroads.
CAPT. J. C. NEWTON, R. R. BROWN, L. THORNE,
, President. Sec y. J
p ~\ " '
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' * NINTH TRACT.
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SEMI-TROPIC HOMESTEAD CO.. U'7 W. THIRD ST.
THE PUENTE OIL CO,
PRODUCERS OF j I General Dusiness
AND DEALERS IN (1 RTTDIfI
Tel. 196. PEI ROLE CM Wells at Vmi\ Cal
This Company is prepared to sell and deliver crude petroleum in largj ot
small quantities, either in tank cars on line of railroajs in Los flngelen or out
side, or by tank wagon or drums ti any part of city. We furnish cruue pi tro cum
to Cable R'y Co., Electric R'y Co., Temple-st R'y Co. a:id other large companies,
OLDEST AN-D LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS ANGELES. OAL.
CAPITAL (PAID UP) ■ 500,003.00
EURI'LUd AND REijCRVE t)2ujuoo.oo
TOT a.L frliL^WxToo
OFFICERS: DIRECTORS:
I. W. HELLMAN President W. H. P, rrv, C. K. Thorn, A GlisselL
H.W. hELLMAN Vice-President O. W."Childs, •'. Ducominon
JOHN MILNKK Ca-hier I. Lli k, J. B. Lankerkliiu:
H. J. FLKiriIIMAN ABBistant Cashier H. \V. nellman, 1. \\. Ho lman.
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
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KOBT. L. GARRETT & CO. ♦
J 330 N. Main st., l.os Angeles. *
♦ FUNERAL DIHE'.'TORS AM) ♦
4> First class equipment. L irgeand well X
4> selected stock. Rensonable and fair 2
A price?. Carefni and saillfui treatment. 2
& Special attention given to cmbaln.lng *
4} and shipping bodies to distant nana of 2
♦ the country. tmr- Night calls prompt- <»
♦ ly attended tl. 2
4) O f«l«plinD*t No. in. _ X
♦ • ♦
I UNION BANK OF SAVINGS I
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. j
officers ano directors:
W. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay I
IPrrrt. Yir.Vr.st. CwhiSV I
C. 0. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker J
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler 8
INTKftCin'JPAIIP ON D£PO»ITSJ
C. F. HEINZEMAN ~
Druggist & Chemist
222 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or
night
SANTA FE SPRINGS
Medical and Surgical Sanitarium.
Twelve miles from Los Angeles, via Santa Fe
railway. The place for the weary to rent and
the blc2 to get well. Hot and cold sulphur
baihsat poDular prices, Correspondence nollo
lted. ;>--j:> <Jm
FOR POCK Barthlomew A 00,,
"\AT A TITt? 21S w. First at.
WAA JU/I\. TKLKPHONa! 1101.
7-29 v
OF LO3 ANUELES.
Capita' atock IfiOO.OoO
Bui-plus ",uu 000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. 0. KERCKIIOfF, V.-Pres'l.
FRANK A. iIIBhON, Cashier.
U. B. 3J[4FF«B, Ass't Canltler,
mr.EcTon*: w
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bit knell,
F. Q. Story, 11. Jcvna ~_
J. D. llooitor, \»'.. c. Pa^'.orsois
Wm. G. KerckhotT.
, i JJ
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT CLOSE 0»
BUSINESS OCTOBER 2. IH9L
Condeuumi Irom verified rcp:rt to tho rpmp
trollcr oE the CurreDcv:
RiMjURCES.
Loans and discounts $1197,2 58 14
Oy. rdrai'is 9,5 tOjjill
U. 8. bonds to secure circulation i li
(■i'« at p«r) 50.0T0 00
Socks, secoiltlos, etc rBi,(M7 11
lunkmg houve, furniture and 1
futures 55 0)0 00
Oiner real e.tate "
rive per ceat redemption fund.. ( X,'/ JO OO
Cash and sight exchange <l V~.'JJB 80
ff2,1{ , p,0U _ f>3
LIABILITIES ,
Capital stock ■ UP.P'JO 00
Surplus H'.Oo OU
Unulvidod profits J. \ ; .?}7 87
Circulation , I \»W 00
Deposits l.fiyi.lsj Otf
*2,i80-'i; ii aa
ASGELE3 NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DEr-OSITOKV.
Capital $30a 1 }0
Surplus .J' I V
Toial 657. \lo
GEORGE H. BONEBKAKE Pi',ldenl
WAKKIH GILLKLEN Vlcc-Pr 'Ident
E. U. V.'shier
E. \V. COB Assistant^'sliler
DIaKCTOKS:
George IL Bonebrak-, Warren Ulllelaa, P. M.
Green, Chas. A. Marrlnor, W. C. Brown, ii, W.
Francisco, K. P. Johnson, M. T. AIM Fj.O.
Howos. n» ia.
OUTHERN CALIFORNIA NAT? JnIE
Bank, 101 S. Sprinir ut., Nadeau bloct.'
L. N. BRKED Pr« idoat
WM. F. HOSBVoHELL Viee-Prl Went
0. N. FLINT ( ahier
W. H. HOLLIDAY Assistant U |ihlei
Capital, paid In gold coin jiv ™,000
Surplus and und.vlded profits | S.ooO
Authorized capital 51 6,000
DI&KCTORV
C N. Breed, H. T. Win. 11. i-very.
Silas Holman, W. JJ- rtoillday, F. C.fVuby'
shod, M. ILigan .Tank Radar, D. R-JVilck.
Thos. Goss, <n c. F. Bosbyshell.
LOS ANGELES RAVJN .8 BANK, "~"
130 N. Main st,
Capltil stock $100,000
Surplus ,<■■■■ 35,000
J. E. Plater, Vres't. 11. W. Ife.lman, V. feast.
W. M. Oa.'~ell, Ci.shicr.
w. He,/ Son. J. K. Plater. H. W
Hollman, i. W. II •Uonnn.-Jr., W. M. Casweil.
Interest paid ou iiepoiits. Money to lean oh
first-class roal estate. 11-l if

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