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THE CHAMBER. Important Communications Received Yesterday. The Southern Pacific and the Chicago Exhibit. Numerous Applications for Literature About the Section. California on Wheels Wants Fresh Veget ables—Contributions to the Perman ent Exhibit—The Visitors. A meeting of the committee appointed some time ago to take charge of what ever money should be won as prizes in the citrus fair was called to take place yesterday morning at the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. No quorum was present. After some discussion it was decided to turn the money over to F. Edward Gray, to be deposited at in terest in some bank in the city until a quorum of the committee should meet and take action. Several important communications were received at the chamber yesterday. J. M. Crawley, of the Southern Pacific railroad, writes to say that he has in formed the principal officers of the com pany in San Francisco of the intention to maintain a permanent exhibit in Chicago, and that they have signified their intention of assisting in the en terprise as far as possible, especially by carrying all produce intended for the ex hibit f»ee of charge. A letter from the secretary of the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce announces that a meeting of citizens of Orange county was held Tues day night, and it was decided that this county should take a hand in the effort to maintain the exhibit in Chi cago. M. J. Bundy and W. S. Taylor were appointed as members of "the executive committee for Orange county. W. C. Morn>w, who has recently been appointed in 'charge of the literary bureau of the passenger department of the Southern Pacific, writes to the sec retary of the chamber asking for printed matter about Los Angeles county and its resources, to be distributed and "used in various ways by the railroad. He was supplied with several hundred copies of the Illustrated Aunual Herald and of the Chamber of Commerce pamphlet. J. N. Gibson, a former resident of Los Angeles, writes from New Orleans stat ing that he and his brother are about to start on a business tour which will take them through all the principal cities of the East, and he suggests that they be supplied with printed matter about the section to give to people who make in quiries. A letter from "California on Wheels" contains a request for more oranges. These were sent several days ago. It also calls for a better display ot corn, stating that in Missouri, where" the train is now located, the few samples of corn shown in the display are easily sur passed by the local product. The sug gestion is offered in the letter that a dis play of fresh vegetables would, at this particular season of the year, attract considerable attention, as it would show how much the California season is in ad vance of that of the Middle Western States. This suggestion will be carried out, and green peas, beans, cabbages, cauliflower and new potatoes will be sent. The itinerary of "California on Wheels" for the past week was as follows: Tuesday, April Ist, in Trenton, Mo.; April 2d, in Princeton, Mo.; April 3d and 4th, Aller ton, Mo.; April 4th, Elton, Mo.; April sth, Fairfield, Mo.; April (sth, Brighton, Mo.; April Bth, Washington, Mo., arriv ing at Columbus Junction in the after noon at 4:20 o'clock. In three days at St. Joseph, Mo., the cars were visited by 17,300 people. Up to the 24th of March they had traveled 5,665 miles and were visited by 433,250 people since December 12, 1889. The finance committee of the Chicago Exhibit Association will meet this after noon at 1:30. This committee consists of the following: Dan Freeman, E. F. Spence, H. C. Witmer, Geo. H. Bone brake, Charles Silent, E. W. Jones, J. M. C. Marble, L. M. Breed and Jno. E. Plater. Additions to the permanent exhibit of the chamber were made yesterday as follows: C. J. llartt, of Edgmont, samples of sugar beet; AY. A. Bartley, of Covina, navels and Jaffa oranges; Theo. Pinthar, of Santa Ana, lemons; D. W. Rowland, of Gardena, strawber ries. The flowers yesterday were con tributed by Mrs. H." W. Cowles,McKin ley & Bard, Eucalyptus Nursery and Mrs. M. D. Johnson. Among the visitors to the exhibit yes terday were the following: Joseph S. Jappel, Boston; Nettie A. Harris, Eva M. Mulligan. Lela C. Mulli gan, Whittier; Clara B. Martin, Chicago; Mrs. L L. Cole, Pasadena; Mrs. C. P. White, Milton, Mass.; Mrs. M. W. Rindge Perkins, Boston; Mrs. W. S. Bridges, Azusa; Mrs. Wm. Wadsworth, New York ; Hugh Percy, Tombstone, A. T.; L. 11. Isbelf Aurora, III.; Mrs. Geo. Barnet, Mrs. M. Wickiser, Chicago; Valdemar Schmidt, Fred J. Uloll, Ca huenga; John L. Conn, Glasco, Kas.; O. J. Chapman, Chicago; R. Jennie Wil liams, Dcs Moines, la.; Lydia J. Jack son, Westboro, 0.; Esther Hiatt, Iowa; Maggie H. Wood, Oregon; Eva P. Cook, Iowa; John O. Patton, Davie White, Coldwater, Mich.; Stephen Bowers,Ven tura; J. M. Davis, Belleviile, Ind.; Mrs. J. M. Chalker, Saybrook, Conn.; V. A. Chalker, Covina; J. A. Morris, Spring lield. Mo.; Miss Minnie Dunn, Louis ville, Ky.; S. C. and George J. Ains worth,Oakland; R. G. Brewer, Redondo; Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Hart, Indianapolis ; C. 0. Bruce, Marlboro, Mass.; Mrs. Dr. Walter Lindley, Whittier; Ross Lewis, Farmingdale, III.; 1). W. Schoolcraft, Iowa; E. P. Stacy, Minneapolis; Mrs. U. R. Harris, Coronado: F. J. Burlyte and wife, River Falls, Wis.; J. E. Loucks, wife end daughter, St. Paul; Miss S. C. Combs, Visalia. Cal.; Jennie Hayes, Vernon; C. H. Rows and wife, Chicago; Theo. Rboads, Columbus, O.; Mrs. N. A. Francis, Saco, Me.; George W. Witherell, Pasadena; Milton Lind ley, Los Flores; C. W. la Fetra, Glen dora; Mrs. George A. Skinner, Pontiac, 111.; George R. Taber, Wilmington ;E. J. Bailey, New York State; Frank Yur leigh, Indianapolis, Ind.; James Jud son, Pittsburg, Pa.; James Taylor, West Chester, Pa.; General I. H. Hubbard, New York; R. Jenkins, New York; W. G. Curtis, San Francisco; N. H. Foster, San Francisco; W. E. Jukes, Ohio; Alice J. Stevens, Eagle Rock, Cal.; John Burr. San Fernando; A. H. Rogers, North Cucamonga. ■\ Boon to Humanity .TIIE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1890. THE BANK COMMISSION. C. H. Dunsmoor Will Not Take Office Till July. The appointment of County Clerk C. H. Dunsmoor as Bank Commissioner is to take the place of A. W. Potts, Mr. Dunsmoor's predecessor in the Clerk's office. So Dunsmoor seems to have a predilection for following Potts. Mr. llubbell, before appointed to the place is notour Judge Huhbell.but a San Diego man. It is even now a somewhat pre mature action on the part of the Gov ernor, as Mr. Potts's term oi office will not expire until July 10th next. The commission is for four years and the in cumbent can be removed only for mal feasance in office. The salary is $3,000 a year and traveling expenses. Mr. Dunsmoor will not resign as Clerk before next July, and then the Board of Supervisors will till the va cancy. It is very probable that A. N, Hamilton, the Councilman from the Sixth ward, will get the place, and that he will be the next Republican nominee for the place. The appointment of Dunsmoor will not be in the line of harmony in the g. o. p. It is pretty well understood that he is to be a Waterman boomer from this out, and that will stir up the hos tility of the anti-Waterman crowd. This will extend to Hamilton too, as he and Dunsmoor are pretty close friends. Major Toler (Jetting; Better. Major W. H. Toler is still in bed from the effects of his recent fall. His head is very sore, and he has severe pains in his chest. His temperature is, however, good, and bis general health not par ticularly disturbed. He will he about in a few days again, and his friends will be glad to welcome him back to busi ness. NEWS OF THE RAIL EFFECT OF THE REDUCED ORANGE RATES ALREADY FELT. I General Notes and Personals—Surprise at the Resignation of Creed Haymond. Tourist Excursion Travel. The effect of the reduction in rates on j orange freiyrl it to Missouri river points and to Chicago is already shewing itself, iAn orange special of twenty-eight cars left yesterday On the Santa Fe line. Both the railroads are doing very good ! freight business in these days. The orange shipments, which last year were j nearly all completed by the middle of I April, will probably last into May this year. The Southern Pacific directors' car, which has been in Southern California for several days, went north yesterday afternoon. It carried W. G. Curtis, Di rector Hubbard and other Southern Pa cific officials. Samuel D. Taylor, chief engineer of the Jacksonville and Southwestern rail j road, is stopping in l.os Angeles. The announcement that Creed Hay | mond, the attorney of the Southern < Pacific Company, would ofl'er his resig nation at the next meeting of the Board of Directors, created a good deal of t i ment among railway men yesterday. None of the Southern Pacific officials in this city bad any reasonable theory to offer as to the cause of the resignation, A gentleman who was formerly with the Southern Pacific Company and is well acquainted with Mr. Haymond, re marked to a reporter of this paper yes terday, that a short time ago he heard Mr. Haymond speaking rather bitterly of the ungratefulness of corporations, j from which he infers that there may have been some sort of an unpleasant | misunderstanding between Mr. Hay ; mond and the company which he has so often represented in the courts of the State. The attempt of tlie Eastern railroads to head off tourist excursion travel by refusing to carry passengers in tourist cars at second-class rates appears to have been prostrated. A telegram received from New York by A. Phillips & Co., yesterday, states that their Mr. A. Phillips has consummated arrangements that will allow them to run tourist cars through to New York and Boston for their excursions as heretofore. j The earnings of the Santa Fe during the first two months of this year show an increase of over $710,000 over the earnings of a similiar period last year. This is due to the improvement of busi ness in Southern California, but more especially to the large crops in the state |of Kansas, where, during the last two years, the crops were almost total fail ures. The profits have also been mate rially affected by the large reduction of expenses brought about by the new management. ABOUT LABOR. ; Mr. Humphreys's Suggestions About the Unemployed. Mr. John F. Humphreys has sent the following letter to Mr. Fellows : Los Angeles, Cal., April 1, "M. Mr. Geo. Fellows: Dear Sir—Pardon me for this sugges tion, but I thought it might be of service to you in a good cause, in which you are so nobly struggling. For the past two days (in company with Judge Haskell, of the S. P. R. R.) I have been upon the Santa Clara river, where the owners of the Southern Pacific contemplate run ning across my ranch and other lands in its change between Lang's and Newhall (a work it is said will require a large force until December). 1 was informed by one party that they hail 2,000 China men at $1.15 per day, and by another that there was 1,1100 Chinamen at $1.30 doing the work—at all events it's China men. It impressed me that if a peti tion was sent lo Senator Stanford by the two thousand laborers you named to me anxious to go to work, that he would at least give them the preference over the Chinamen, and might even go further and allow them the additional sum pei- day that a white man is worth over a Chinaman, especially w hen tlie work is so near us in our own county, and more particularly so at this time When be is liable to call upon them this fall indirectly for a "little assistance." Put be it as it may, the men may con clude to do as 1 am doing in my work this "off year of depression." when I see a man doing his best to sell his $10,000 property for $5,000, I am willing to take a half commission, preferring a half loaf to no bread. Respectfully yours, Jko. F. Humphreys. A Big Industry Keariy to Start. The cement factory on Alameda street near Washington is about ready to begin work. The plant is a fine one, and the enterprise is sure to pay well. Los Angeles Rnlihfr Stamp Co. Will remove to 224 West First street, April Ist. i i!MMtaa f*ju fus PkishssrV PmmtiJtuX CITY AFFAIRS. The Meeting of the Hoard of Public Works. The Grade of First Street is Considered. The St. James Park Likely to I!e --lonir to the Municipality. The Zanja Committee Meets and Makes Several Recommendations—Other Matters Discussed. The Board oi Public Works met yes terday morning, and a large portion of its time was taken up with the propo sition of changing the grade of First street from Broadway to its western ex tremity. A short time ago a petition, purporting to he agreed to by all the property-owners, was presented to the Council, requesting that the grade of First street lie fixed in a certain way described in the petition. The street, when completed, was to have a six-foot rise at all street crossings, hut when the ordinance of intention to change the grade was adopted by the Council, it was found that the rise at stiver cross ings had only been made four feet, and that the rest of the grade had remained as desired in the petition. Tliis made a difference of six or seven feet at Grand avenue, and the property-owners entered a protest. Proceedings were then stopped, and the matter was re ferred to the Board of Public Works. Since that time a movement to cut the hill down or to construct a tunnel through it has been started, and a meet ing was belli al the Chamber oi Com merce rooms during the week to discuss the'proposition. No action was taken in the matter, and the argument was carried before the Hoard of Public Works yesterday. A number of those interested in having each of the grades adopted were present, and the cost of tin improvement was estimated from a good many standpoints. No conclusion was reached by the Board of Public Work-. No decision was reached in the matter of the acceptance of St. .lames park. The board expressed itself of t he opinion that one of the streets leading into the park should be cut through the block by Mr. Ellis before the park is accepted. A. condition to the acceptance of the park is that the city shall grade Scarf street at its own expense, and it has not yet been decided whether this shall be done. The board will make the following rec ommendations to the Council on Mon day : That on the communication of the street commissioners in regard to the opening of Sixth street, asking that Geo. Kerckhoffbe given until July 1, 18SK), to remove improvements and obstructions from said street, the same be granted. Refer the resolution of Mr. Wirching in the matter of the bill of Major Tober man for assessment on Orange street grading to the Council without recom mendation. That on the petition of Asa Adams asking that a 30-inch pipe be laid in the Arroyo de ios Reyes, Connecting Flower and Hope streets, the City En gineer be instructed to prepare plant for piping said arroyo. That the Street Superintendent be in structed to repave the intersection of Broadway and Sixth streets, so that the water will not stand at the northwest comer of said intersection. That the Street Superintendent be in structed to put the intersection of 1 lan cock and George streets in a passable condition. THE ZANJAS. Recommendations to be Acted Upon by the Council. The zanja committee will make the following recommendations to the Coun cil on Monday: That the petition of 0. W. Childs ci al., asking that the zanja be piped across Montana avenue, near Alvarado street, be denied until Montana avenue is graded. That the communication of Mrs. Emma Hough, calling attention to the change in the line of ditch on Figueroa street, south of the Santa Monica railroad, and asking that said zanja be piped, be de nied. That the bid of Arthur Bent, to pipe Zanja 8 R on Figueroa street at 78 cents per lineal foot, be accepted, and the City Attorney be instructed to draw contract in accordance with said bid. That the petition of Frick I'.ros. be tiled, as the matter contained therein has been attended to. BASEBALL. The New Home Team to Meet the Fresnos This Afternoon. The Los Angeles ball team has been reorganized by Manager Marco Hellman during the past few weeks, and arrange ments are being made to include this city in the Central State League, so that Iscal baseball enthusiasts may confi dently look for a gratification of their desire for sport during the coming season. Today the new team w ill play its initial game at the Athletic park against the Fresnos, and a great contest is assured. The local nine includes several of the original team, as will be seen at a glance at the following list of the players ami their respective positions: Fresno. U» A ng'des. Phulin Pitcher Pier Cullen Catcher Ward Bennetts . . First Base .ureekenridge Thompson.. . .Second Base . .. . Lcland Dyer Third Bate brittan Barley Shortstop Goldle Dyer Right field Ifeneffec Saunders Center Field .Brown Wagoner Left yield Lucas There w ill be a change of batteries for Sunday's game. ISuildlng lining On. In spite of the dull times there is quite a good deal of building going on in the city. Anywhere one goes be will find business blocks and residences going up. A good brick building is being elected on the corner of Sansevain and Alameda streets. The excavation has been made for the Hellman building on the comer of Second and Broadway. Work has just been begun on the Ham mel & Denker building block, corner of Third and Spring streets. Work is being done on Spring street south of Second street, nearly opposite the Hollenbeck, where a building is to go up at once. A Alight cold, if neglected, often macks A CONSTABLE'S ARREST. He is Accused of Falsely Imprisoning Santiago Marquez. Constable M. 11. ('rain, of Lancaster, was yesterday arrested and taken before Justice Savage in the Township Court for arraignment upon the charge of having on the 17th ult. falsely imprisoned one Santiago Marque* at Gorman's station, by arresting and detaining him without proper authority for so doing. He was ordered to appear for examination on Saturday next, the 12th inst., bail being required meanwhile in the sum of $200. The complainant is at present incarcer ated within the county jail on a commit ment issued by Justice Hall upon his conviction for vagrancy, and be claims that lie has been unjustly treated in the matter. In an Interview with a reporter yesterday. ('rain said : "1 was the one who worked up the evidence for the prosecution in the case against W. (>. Wheeling in the recent murder trial, and for that reason alone I made many enemies, and this is not the first time Wheeling's friends have had me arrested on Borne trumped-up charge. In regard to this present charge, Mar que* was one of two tramps who have been arrested on several occasions, and complaint was made against him, and I was called upon to arrest him. He had been annoying all the residents around Burbank and elsewhere by begging. 1 found him. He was tried and convicted and placed in the county jail, and now they are endeavoring to use him as a tool against me. Why, I haVebeen told repeatedly that if 1 did not leave that section I would be put out of the way. lam constantly on the lookout, but its long ::s I am in office I shall do my duty, let come what will. This Tweedy mur der has not been settled yet, by any means." SCRATCHED 28 YEARS. j Body Covered with scales. Itching terrl i Lie. Suffering endless. No relief. Doctors and medicines fail. Speedily cured by Cutlcara ut a cost of I*s. CURED BY CUTICURA. If I had known of the CUTICURA Rkmkiues ! twenty-eight yean ago 11 would have saved me j $200.00 (two hundred dollars) and an immense amount of suffering, My disease (psoriasis) eom i minced on my head in a spot QOI larger than a cent. It spread rapidly all over my body ami got under my nails. The scales woiiht drop oil'of me all the tune, and my suffering was endless and I without relief, one thousand dollars would not tempt me to have this disease oyer again. lam a poor man, but feel rich to be relieved of what some of the doctors said was leprosy, some ring worm, psoriasis,etc. I took. and. ..Sarsapari!las Over one year and a half, but no cure. 1 went to two or three doctors, and i.o cure. I cannot praise the Cuticura Remedies too much. They I nave made my skin as clear and free from scale's las a baby's. All I used of them w ere three boxes of CUTICURA, and three bottles of CUTICURA j Resolvent, anil two Cakes of CUTICURA SOAP. If you had been here ami said you would have cured me for $200, you would have had the money. I looked like the picture in your book of psoriasis (picture number two. "How to cure Skin Diseases"), but now lamas clear as any person ever was. Through force of habit I rub my hands over my arms and legs to scratch once in a while, but to no purpose. I am all well. I scratched twenty-eight years, anil it got to lie a kind of second nature to me. I thank you a thousand times. DENNIS DOWNING. Watcrbury. VI. CUTICURA RESOLVENT The new Blood and Skin Purifier and purest and best of Humor Remedies, internally, and CUTI CUBA, tlie great Skin Cure, and CUTICURA Soap. ian exquisite Shin Bcautifter. externally, speed ily ami permanently cure every species of itch I Ing. burning, scaly, crusted, pimply, scrofulous | am! hereditary diseases and humor's of the skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair, from pimples . to scrofula. Sold everywhere. PriCO,CUTICURA, 50c: Sow, | 25c.; Resolvent, 11. Prepared by the Potteb Drug and Chemical Corporation, Boston. g»JP*Bend for "How to Cure skin Diseases," Ol pages. 50 illustrations, and Km testimonials. , pjUPLES. black-heads, chap 1 and oily skin | 1 IJVI prevented by CUTICURA MEDICATED SOAP. FREE FROM RHEUMATISM. In one minute the Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster relieves rheu matic, sciatic, hip, kidney, chest and muscular pains ami weaknesses. > The first and only pain killing plaster. (JORDAN BROS. THE LEADING TAILORS 118 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Upposite the .Nadeau Uolel, LOS ANGELES. BRANCH OF SAN FRANCISCO. JUST RECEIVED OUR Spring and Summer Stock. WE NOW 1 MAKE SUITS TO ORDER At 15 per cent, less than heretofore. ' The finest and largest stock of woolens in the city to select from. Perfect fit and best of workmanship guaranteed. fel*-3m HANKING lIOISES. jOBOADWAY RANK, Broadway and Sixth street. PAID UP CAPITAL $50,000 General Banking and Exchange Business Transacted. 11. BIKBABAUGH...." President GEORGE SINSABAUGH Cashier nmr'J7-l m The Arrowhead Hot Springs, Finest Mountain Hotel and Health Resort in Southern California. Two Thousand Feet Above the Sea. A complete change of climate from that of Los Angeles, free from Frost, Fog, Dust, Mud, Malaria, Fleas und Mosquitoes. Wonderful Hot Mineral Waters. ' The Arrowhead Hotel and Hot Springs have a rare combination of advantages as a I winter resort. In respect to location, scenery and climate they are unsurpassed. The mineral waters are as good as any in the world. The hotel accommodates 150 guests, and is first-class in every respect. < No pains are spared to make it home-like, restful and attractive. For full particulars and descriptive circulars, write to the man : ager. Address, WM. M. TISDALE, BANKING HOUSKS. * MAIN STREET * Savings Bank and Trust Co., 426 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL., * * * $200,000. DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROM 81.00 IP. FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. J. B. i.ankershim. President, charles forman, Vice-President. f. w. DfIVAN, Cashier. This bank was Incorporated October 28,1889, in response to a demand for a progressive savings Bank In Los Angeles, and has received over one thousand dollars per day on deposits since that time. ' The design of this institution It to afford a safe depository for the earnings of all persons who are desirous of placing their money where it will be free from accident, and at the same time be earning (or them a fair rate of interest. Encouragement is finis given to the industrious and prudent, and an Inducement furnished, to those who wish to save and lay by something to begin business or build a home. the stockholders are composed of tlie following well-known citizens: ■ chas. Forman. j. J. Bohtllert. i. w. Hellman. a. w. Bcholle. J. li. Lankershini. Pierre Nicholas, R. B. Young. A. Haas. J. 11. Jones. (ieo. H.Pike. M. Weiler. s. Haas. Wm. 8. Devan. O.T.Johnson. Wm. Haas 1.. Winter. Daniel Meyer. H. W. BtoU. 8. C. Hubbell. H. Newmstk. LN. Van Nuys. Mrs. Mary B. Mansfield, ICaspare Cohn. E. Germain. A. H. Denker. Q. J. Griffith. Richard Altschul. C. Gamier. H. W. O'Melveny. Wm. G. Kerckhoff. R. Cohn. 11. Wilson. & Cohn. E. E. Hewitt. F. W. DeVan. Mrs. A. L. Lankershim. mrllO-lm THE NATIONAL BANR> CALIFORNIA, Corner of Spring and Second Sts., Los Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL, * * $250,000. Is fully equipped for every kind of LEGITIMATE BANKING, und solicits the accounts o those needing a banker. OFFICERS: BOARD OF DIRECTORS: J. M. ('. Marble President Owen H. Churchill. Thos. R. Bard Owen H. Churchill . Vice-President Gen'l M. 11. Sherman. Dr. W. L. Graves. W. (i. Hughes Cashier Capt. George E. Lemon. E. F. c. Klokke. Wildman Assistant Cashier Vv'°r. " 4 " J>. M. ('. Marble. QKCURITY SAVINGS BANK AXD TRUST IO Company. Capital 1200,000 No. 40 K. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. K. x. mvcks, s. a. Fleming, President Vice-President. J. F. SabTORI, Cashier. IIIRKCTORS. Isaias W. Hellman, o. W. Childs. .1. A. Graves, S. A. Fleming T. 1.. Duque James RaWBOn, M. B. Shaw, A. C. Rogers, M. D., A. J. Browne. J. F. Sartoii, Maurice Hellman, F. X. Myers. Five Per Cent. Interest Paid on De posits. The notice of the public is called to the fact that this bauk only loans money on approved real estate security; that it does not loan money to its stockholders, officers or clerks; that among its stockholders are some of the oldest and most responsible citizens of the community; that un der the State laws, tlie private estates of its stockholders are pro rata liable for the total in debtedness oi the bank. These facts, with care exercised in making loans, insure a safe depository for saving ac counts. School teachers, clerks, mechanics, em ployees in factories und shops, laborers, etc., will find it convenient to make deposits in small amounts. Financial agents for Eastern and San Fran cisco capital. Money to loan on ranches and city property. Bonds and mortgages bought. Remittances may be sent by draft or Wells- Fa rgo Express. al-tf rpilE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, No. 110 New High street. Capital stock paid up $100,000 Surplus 20,000 R. M. WIDXEY President GEO. L. ARXOLI) Cashier I>l RECTORS. R. M. Widney, C. A. Warner, D. O. Mlltlmore, c. M. Wells, S. W. Little, L. J. P. Morrill, L. H. Titus. Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with interest payable semi annually, arc offered to investors of $250 and upwards. J 08 AXGEI.ES COUNTY BANK-, Temple Block, Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Stock Paid Fp, $100,000. Reserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN K. PLATER President R. S. BAKER Vice-President GEO. 11. STEWART Cashier directors: 11. L. Macneil, Jotham Bixbv, John K. I'luter, Robert S. Baiter, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, * Geo. H. Stewart. Buy and Sell Exchange on Kan Francisco, Xew York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frank fort, Buy Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe. Receive Money on open account and certifi cate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. al r OS AXGEI.ES NATIONAL BANK, j Cor. First and Spring streets. Capitai $500,000 00 SURPLUS 75,000 00 Total $575,000 00 GEO. H. BOXEBRAKE President JOHN BRVSOX, SR Vice-President \ F. C HOWES Cashier E. W. COB Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS, Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Markharn, Perry M. Green, John Bryson, Sr., Dr. 11. Slnsabaugh, F. C. Howes, * George 11. Bonebrake. Warren Gillelen. Exchange for sale on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. js TfHRST NATIONAL BAXK OF LOS ANGELES. CAPITAL STOCK $200,000 RESERVE $205,000 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. E. F. SPENCE President j. d. BICKNELL Vice-President .1. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. B. SHAFFER >. Assistant Cashier Directors—E. F. Spcnce, J. D. Bicknell, S. 11. Mott, Wm. Lacy, J. F. Crank, 11. Mabury, J. M. Elliott. al JOS AXGELES SAVIXGS BANK^ 130 North Main street. Capital $100,000 L. C. GOODWIN.. ). President W. M. CASWELI Secretary I) 1 RECTORS. I. W. Hellman, ! John E. Plater Robert S. Baker, i J. B. lankershim, 1.. I. Goodwin. Term deposits -will be received In sums of $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in sums of $10 and over. jt State Loan and Trust Co. Subscribed Capital. .5i.000,000. Capital Paid Up $450,000. BANKING ROOM, X. W. CORNER SPRING AND SECOND STREETS, BRYSON- .. Bo.NEBRAKK BLOCK. * directors. GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE, President JOHN BRYSON, Sa. / ~• „• , , E. F. SPENCE. j Vice-Presidents. SAMUEL R. HUNT, Cashier. H. C. Witmer. v n. Breed. W. G. Cochran. P. M. Green W. H. Perry. J. K. ToWell. H. J. Woollacott. We act ns trustees for corporations and estates. Loan money on first-class real estate and collaterals. Keep choice securities for sale. Pay interest on savings deposits. Five per cent, paid on time deposits. Safe deposit boxes for rent. Best tire Insurance companies represented. marlO-tf TfIARMERS AXD MERCHANTS BANK OF LOS ANGELES, CAL. Isaias W. Hellman President h ( . : ;, (I ' ,e " wlN ' Vice-President H.W. Hellman . s t mi Vice-President John Mii.nkr Cashier H. J. Fleishman Assistant Cashier Capital (paid up) $500,000 Surplus and Reserve Fund 800,000 Total $1,300,000 DIRECTORS. O. W. Childs, C. E. Thorn, Jose Mascarel, J. B. Lankershini, C. Ducommun, Philippe Gamier, L. C. Goodwin, L. L. Bradbury, Isaias W. Hell man, H. W. Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. Childs, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gar mer, James B. Lankershini, T. L. Duque, Jose Mascarel, Charles Ducommun, Andrew GlasaeLl Cameron E. Thorn, Domingo Amestoy, Louis Polaski, L. C. Goodwin, Prostlcv C. Baker, Frank Lecouvreur, Oliver 11. Bliss. Sarah J Lee Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne, Jacob Kuhrts! isaias W. Hellman. 11. W. Hellman. iU STATEMENT OF TIIE CONDITION 0 OF THE LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, or Los Angeles, California, February 28, 1800. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $808,403 52 Expense 8,184.71 Hanking House and Fixtures 173,784 44 Government Bonds . .$500,000.00 Due from Banks 329,703.00 Cash on hand 340,383.07 1,176,146.73 Total $2,224,409.40 LIABILITIES. Capital 500,000.00 Surplus 75,000.00 1 ndivided profits 14 049 5S National Bank Notes outstanding. 45,000 00 deposits 1,590,419.82 Total' 12,224,469.40 inarl4 lm SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEAU BLOCK. L. N. BREED President »M .• H( m\ shell Vios, Prisiltnt C. N. rLIN 1 Cashier Paid-in capital $200,000 BUEPItUS 20,000 AUTHORIZED CAPITA] 500JHJ0 Directors-L. X. Breed, 11. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charles E. Day, A. W. Richards, E. C. Loshyshell M Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Remick, Thos. Goss, William F. Uosbyshell altf rpHE CITY HANK, ' J- 37 South Spring street. Capital Stock $300,000 f !,V! n , , ' n . R .? :88 President JOHN s. PARK Cashier DIRECTORS. W. T. Childress, Poindexter Dunn, J. J. Schallert, E. E. Crundail, John S. Park, R. G. Lunt, A. D. Childress. General banking. Fire and burglar proof safe deposit boxes rented at from $3 to $20 per an "urn. a 4 12m CALIFORNIA BANK, " Cor. Broadway and Second Sts., Los Angeles. Subscribed Capital $500 000 Paid up Capital $300,000 Surplus $ 20,000 directors: Ilervey IJndley, J.C.Kays, E.W.Jones, G. W. Hugos, Sam. Lewis. H. C. Witmer President J. Frankenfleld Vice-President T. J. Weldon, Cashier. J. M. Witmer, Assistant Cashier.