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THE POLICE COMMISSIONERS.
The Win < tors of tile Club-Swingers In Happy Conclave. The holding of the Democratic County Convention did not for a brief moment swerve the ever constant I'olice Commis sioners from the full performance of their weekly duties in the interests of the pub lic good and the usual numberof license seekers. Mayor Workman, after an enforced absence of a fortnight, occupied the chair, while Chief Cuddy was early "on deck" followed shortly by Judge Hum phreys. The few spectators present at the proceedings were not seeking for any thing outside of that which concerned themselves and little transpired outside of interest to them. Officer Walsh was allowed half pay for twenty-four days, while oIT duty on ac count of illness, caused by being thrown from a horse while in the discharge of his duties. Officer W. B. Palmore was allowed half pay for eleven days while ill, caused in the discharge of duty. Next in order was the usual disposal of saloon licenses and changes thereof. A license was granted John Abadie & Co. in place of John King. Action on the application of John G. Mallins, 318 South Main street, was postponed for one week. Also, the application of Toal & Breutz, of 123 Requena street. Chief Cuddy, upon inquiry by Mr. Humphreys, stated that no girls were now employed by the saloons known as the " Missing Link" and "Faderland." Then Leonard & Meinhauer, of 112 Kast Second street, was granted a change of license. Mike Ryan, who was burned out on San Fer nando street, was granted a license to carry on the Old Bepper Tree saloon. The same favor was accorded Baul Jeande ville and John Nablock. Action on J. Eiseinan's petition '.waß postponed. So was Oniveliueau & Goytino's, the pro posed keepers of the Bullet in the new postofiice building. The saloon license of the dram shop corner Wilmington and Jackson streets was revoked on account of the misconducting of the place. Ven tulle & Mecateltii were granted a license to sell liquors at their boarding and lodging-house No. 131 Upper Main street. The Sunset Telephone Company was directed to remove post in front of the residence of Mr. B. H. Mathews, corner of Los Angeles and Second streets, and two of the electric-light posts at the con junction of Spring and First streets must also be removed. The petitions of the manager of the Directory Library, of the Golden Shirt Company and of the Rubber Stamp Factory to allow posts and signs on the sidewalks were received and filed. A petition of prominent business men on North Los Angeles street set loith that the portion covered by Nos. 53 to 55 was daily and nightly characterized by acts of violence and scenes of deviltry, and Chief Cuddy was directed to abate the nuisance. Frank Gage wished to be appointed a special policeman on Alameda and Aliso Btreet, but the honor was denied him. By a sort of triangular prestidigitation, Billy Bowland. who has been driving the new patrol wagon, was relegated to the sidewalk squad, and ex-Officer Morgan O'Brien and the Mayor's nomination, George Giuss, were made drivers of the cart at $tiO a month each. Friend Geo. C. Gibbs, of the redoubtable First Ward, carried tbe banner ior the first ap pointee. A passing ripple of excitement was stirred when the weekly reports of Captain Loomis and Sergeant Harris were read, stating that gambling was again being carried on in the city. The reports were interred, so to speak, by the statement of Chief Cuddy that such was not the case. Mr. Humphreys cautiously moved that the Chief investi gate and report. The Commission then adjourned. TALKS ON THE TARIFF, If Looked at lv 'A'lils Way, flow Long'won Id Protection I.astV If the American people could only be made to see and realize what they pay every year, without knowing it, for this precious system of protection to monopo lists, they would rise in anger and might to wipe every trace of it out of the country. The tariff taxation does its work so insidiously and indirectly that we don't know how we are being injured until we stop and look into it. It is bad enough to find that the people for whom high protective taxes are imposed are but five out of every hundred of the na tions workers; its bad enough to know that the other i) sin every hundred don't claim or don't get any benefit from the system that is imposed for the alleged benefit of American laborer generally; it's bad enough to know that the cost of living is increased and the market for our labor decreased by this system, that does'nt even benefit the people who are supposed to be benefited by it; but if we could all be made to see tbe practical dollars and cents aspect to the matter, there would hardly be two sides to the Presidential election of November 6 next. This is the way a common sense citi zen whose name is Grover Cleveland ex pressed it in a historic message to the people's law-makers: So it happens that while comparatively a few use the impotted articles, millions of our people, who never use and never saw any of the foreign products, purchase and use things of the same kind made in this countiy, and pay, therefore, nearly or quite the same enhanced price which the duty adds to the imported articles. Those who buy imports pay the duty charged thereon into the public treasury, but the great majority of our citizens, who buy domestic articles of the same class pay a sum at least approximately equal to this duty to the home manufact urer. This reference to the operation of our tariff is not made by way of instruc tion, but in order that we may be con stantly reminded of the manner iv which they impose a burden upon those who consume domestic products as well as those who consume imported articles, and thus create a tax upon all our peo ple. "While the duty on imports of foreign goods collected at the custom houses and at last paid by the American consumer will amount to about $220,000,000 this year the indirect taxes paid by reason of the increased cost added to domestic ar ticles by the tariff has been roughly esti mated at at least $800,000,000 a year more. This means that every family in the land, supposing there are five persons to a family, must pay a tax of over $65 a year on account of the tariff. Now, if we could all re made to look at it in that way, how long would the high protectionist idea last? It is be cause this outrageous burden is put on in a way that conceals its real nature and operation from us that we are slow to ap preciate its weight. If it was a direct tax it would last just long enough for the people to see their power at the polls, as the supreme law-makers, and wipe it off the statute book. For instance: Judging from the last election there would be about a million and a half votes cast in this State for THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 23, 1888. President this year. Supposing every voter was the head of a family and that the Government should abolish tariff t ixation and undertake directly to collect this tax of $03 a family from him before he voted, telling him it was needed as a bounty to enable the rich manufacturers and monopolists of the country to get along, how do you think the head of the family would " vote—for or against the continuance of the system?—rN. Y. News. A Strons; Candidate. Editors Herald—H. S. Barcelß has been nominated the unanimous choice of the County Democracy for the responsi ble position of County Clerk. While Democrats generally concede the fact that the opponent of the party's choice is a strong man in his ranks, Republican leaders state that Clerk Dunsmoor can not now, as of yore, sleep upon his laurels. H. S. Barcels is a pioneer Angelefio, and for twenty years has been one of the best known and most popular of the citi zens of this county, He is a gentleman of Bterling worth and undoubted integ rity. His impartial administration of the office of Registrar of voters of tbe county, under a Republican Clerk, has • made him hosts of friends. The Herald predicts for Barcels a signal victory at the coming election. X. Ming*-Hod), mi. A wedding took place yesterday morn ing in the parlors of the Nadeau between Dr. B. B. Mings, of Gatesville, Texas, and Miss Mac Dodson, of El Monte. Rev. A. A. Dinsmore performed the ceremony in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dodson, Mrs. M. L. Jones, C. B. Dodson, E. J. Dodson, W. L. Dod son, Misß Nellie White, Miss Annie Wiggins and W. B. Dodson, who con gratulated the happy pair upon its con clusion. The newly wedded pair will leave for Texas to-day. A Church Concert. A concert will be given this evening at Santa Monica for the benefit of the Pres byterian Church building fund. A very interesting programme has been arranged and the following ladies and gentlemen will participate: Misses Hamburger, B. S. Stoneman, Mrs. Abbot Kinney, James Booth, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Fanning, Mrs. Marie E. Hill, Mr. Ball and Mrs. Richards. In Society: He—"Ah, Miss Filbert, I have just completed another poem." She—"lndeed, Mr. Feanut? How charm ing! What is the subject?" He (.hope lessly)—"The same old conceit, Miss Filbert; the same old conceit," She (sweetly)—''Ah, an autobiography, Mr. Beanut?"—[Washington Critic. Not Home Yet. Mrs. Christopher Cross —"This is a pretty time of night for you to come home!" Mr. Christo pher Cross—"Sh, m'dear! Ain't come home yet. Jes' called t' shay y' needn't situpf me to-night."—[Buck. 43«F*The Illustrated Herald is now on hand at this office and for sale at the extremely low price of 15 cents each, or eight copies for (1. Tho current number has a vast amount of fresh statistical matter of great interest regarding this section. The Illustrated Herald of 1888 is by all odd 3 the best medium through which to make known to those at a distance all the varied attractions and industries of Los Angeles and of the semi-tropics generally. If you want to keep up the boom send a copy of this splendidly embellished publication to your friends in the East. HOTEL ARRIVALS. St. Charles Hotel—N C Bledsoe, Ventura, Cal; Geo S Mullally, B Cope, J A Clarke Pomona; H V Harding, Cal; Wm Pcrigo, San Diego; J X McNeil, C C Rj ; John Reilly, Cal; J F Blanchard. Colton; Fred Holden, Cal; A 0 Clarke, Santa Monica. C L Henry, Big Springs, Tex; M Sheved, 8 L Stroud, Los Nietos; Jas F Isbell, Whittier; E A Poyomia, Los Nietos; A C Cheney. Fulton Wells; S J Finley, Westminster; E E Burgess, El Cajon; John Dudley, Cal; H P Vincent, Sau Fernando. A Case for tlie Coroner. So we go, one after another. This was one who had with his own hand taken the life God gave him. It was evidently uot a case of desti tution, for there wasenough coin found fn his clothing to suffice for seve al days' necessities. An acquaintance testified at the inquest that he had been complaining several days of dys pepsia. Had he taken a few doses of Frese's Hamburg Tea—a specific for ordinary cases of that class—he might vow be enjoying life and health with his fellow men. Dr. P. H. Flynn, V. S., proprietor of Maud S. Liniment for Man and Beast, and Flynn's Blood Purifier for the Horse, at 104 North Main street, room 25. Ageuts wanted. PHYSICIANS, SS SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMIKPATHTST. a Oftico. rooms 11 and 12, Bryson block cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 S. Pearl st. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 3tosp. M. Telephone Nos.: Oflice 697: residence 577. jy24tf DR. C. EDGAR SMITH-DISEASES OF Wo men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu sive use of the Brinkerhoff painless system of treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and connty. Office, cor. Spring and Second sts., Hol lenbeck block. jy24t,f DR. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Bur §ery (Including genito urinary diseases) and iseascs of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Spring St. Hours, 9to 12, 2to 5. jy24tf D _ R. O. M. SCHULTZ, 24 S. SPRING ST., sexual, rectal and skin diseases a specialty. Hours, 10 to 12, 2t05,7 to 8. Telephone, 491. jy24tf DR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR ist, 107 S Spring St., Hollenbeck block, Lob Angeles. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12 m. and 2to 4 r. M. Jy24tf REBECCA LEE DORSEY, M. 1)., OFFICE, No. 7!4 N. Main St., rooms 8 and 9. Special at tention paid to obstetrics, gynecology, diseases of chest and throat and children's diseases. Otlice hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Telophone.No. 513. Night calls promptly answered. Jy24tf C- E. CLACICS, M. D. OFFICE, NO. 75 N. . Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general. ]v24t.f EXTRACT OF MEAT. FINEST AND CHSAPgqr Meat Flavoring Stock —FOB SOUPS, MADE DISHES and SAUCES. Annual sale 800,000 jars. Genuine only with _ fac simile of Baron f f Lieblg's signature In \Y_) BLUE INK across la'jg _X bel. To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers, and Druggists. dec2lmon& thur!2m TO CREDITORS, Estate of Charlotte A. Thurber, deoeased. No tice ls hereby given by the undersigned admin istrator of the estate of Charlotte A. Thurber, deceased, to tho creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased to ex hibit thn same with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administrator at his residence on Chappcll street, near Giaud ave nue, iv Alhambra, in the County of Los An geles. Dated this Bth dayof August. A. D 1888. LiNbING THURBER, Administrator of the Estate of Charlotte A. Thurber, deceased. Julius Lyons, Attorney for Administrator. au&tbst MISCKI.I ANKOI «. CLEVELAND AND lIP RALLY! RALLY! The Democracy of Los Angeles City and County will be addressed at the fol lowing places on Saturday Ev'g, Aug. 25,1888, AT 8 O'CLOCK P. M.: I.OS ANGELES CITY. Hon. G. R. B. Hays, of San Francisco, and Caßsius M. Carter, Esq., of San Diego. PASADENA. Mr. Portland C. Hunt and Judge D. J. Lewis. POMONA. Col. J. E. Mossmore and Judge R. J. Dunnigan. SANTA MONICA. Capt. J. C. McCabe and Ben B. Cain, Esq. WIIITTIER, DOWNEY CITY and NOKWAEK (Joint). Judge A. Buctand S. A. Waldron. EE MONTE. R. A. Ling and Jos. G. Garrison, Esq. AEIIAMIIRA. Col. O. H. Violet and EONU DEACH. S. G. Long, Esq., and Judge H. B. Mc- Rory. The County Central Committeemen from their respective precinct will see that all neces sary arrangements are made for these meetings. By order Democratic County Central Com mittee, EUGENE GERMAIN, Chairman. R. A. LING, Chairman of Committee on Speakers. au2l HOLIDAY SERVICES. Talmni Toraii CouptaliOLi Services WILL BB HELD AT Masonic nail, on South Spring St., Between Ffrst and Second, ON SEPTEMBER 6 AND 7, ALSO THE 15th, 1888. Those wishiiiK to secure seat* can do so by calling on the fcecretiry, 100 N. Main street, as no one wi 1 be admitted without tickets. au23 14t BARLiJOR SALE. 20,000 Eacks of very superior Barley of the harvest of 1887 from Utah seed, suitable for malting, now in warehouse at Wilmington. Inquire at the office of the Laguna Ranch Farming Company, 295 North Main street, Los Angeles. au23 l4t C. H. SCHULTZ, M. D., Formerly of Europe—City of Moscow, Rus sia (now located at 207 S. Main, cor. of Third street, room 2), where he made an en viable reputation in his specialty, Private aud Chronic Diseases Of men and women, and is prepared to suc cessfully treat all those diseases—such as syphilis, stricture, gonorrhea in all its forms, seminal weakness, impoteucy and lost manhood. Warranted to cure iv a very short time. The doctor has devoted his life to this one specialty, aud his proficiency is attested by the thousands who have been cured —successfully treated by my new method without the use of mercury. The doctor cures where others fail Try him. Oflice hours, 9to 12, 2to 4 and oto 8. 207 South Main street. jy2ll2m c. - c. - c. THE CALIFORNIA, Co-Operative Colony still has about 1000 acres of Splendid Land For sale in TEN-ACRE LOT 3, on the Colony Tract, at $100 AN ACRE, Less according to quality and location. And no better farming lands can be found on tho Pa cific Corst. They are not surpassed /or the rais ing of Alfalfa, Cereals, Vegetables and Fruits of allkinds. Tho property Is moist land, in an ar tCßian belt, and therefore amply supplied with water. THE TOWN OF CLEARWATER Is well located. It has a good start, an excellent School, enterprising and intelligent residents, a lovely Park and Lake, and a Hotel. The Los Angeles and Ocean Railway will run directly through the town, as well as the Colony Tract. Call ;it the COLONY OFFICE, Rooms 8 and 4, Newell Block, 13 West Second Street, Los Angeles, Cal. angS-lm Furnishing; Goods. Manufacturers of Gentlemen's Shirts. A perfect tit guaranteed. Ladles' Underwear of all kinds made to order. Chinese and Japanese Lacquered Ware, Curi osities. Fancy Goods, Silk Handkerchiefs, Teas, etc. All goods cheap. Jackets, Caps and Aprons. NO. 14 BAST SECOND STREET, Bet. Main and Los Angeles, Los Angeleß, Cal. an 22 lm THE LOS ANGELES '-: Cold Storage > COMPANY (LIMITED.) TBE HENURICK MACHINE ICE WAIT (LIMITED.) Tlie Largest and Most Complete h and fold Storage Plait in the World. Business Men and the Public are Cordially Invited to Inspect it. Situated at the Comer of Seventh Street and Santa Fe Railroad. M. DODSWORTH, General Manager- ICE DEPARTMENT. "LILT" HAMS & BACON. COLD STORAGE. C.E. IIBBETTS, Superintendent. _ _____ CEO. Itl. sTO WE, Superintendent. Tho quality ol our ice ia superior to nat- | With our large cold storage and smoke- — —— ural ice in purity. The water of which it is , house facilities, we are now enabled to take In our three-story brick building, 60x128 made is taken from a deep driven well, Is care of our rapidly increasing trade in feet, we have 20 rooms for the first boiled, then filtered, and thus is abso- I lutely free from all impuritie.. It is frozen j LI " HAM 3 A!,D BACON. COLD STORAGE OF ALL evenly and solid, and will last 25 per cent. j They are the only Eastern Hams and COMMODITIES longer than natural Ice. Actual tests will j Bacon smoked in this city, and all will pcr always prove this, and scientific men have , ceive the advantage our goods have over By the pound, box, barrel, or case, or will long ago demonstrated and now admit It. j others that are brought over two thousand rent the rooms at prices given on applios- We are now prepared to furnish resi- ; miles over the desert. tion. There is no city in the world where dences, and on application by postal cai dor cold storage is needed so much for almost otherwise, our canvasser will visit and ar- They are for sale by all grocers and everything we produce and eat. range for delivery, It should be generally butchers. Every ham is branded the taken, so we can have paying routes. By "LILY." using refrigerators and taking 50 pounds at j READ THE LIST, a time, much can be saved in price, and as After once using it you will have no other. Apples and dried an(J eyaporated „_.,„,_ it will keep tetter in large pieces, it is a Eav- ing in all ways. „ Berries. PRICE: /! NO SKIPPERS! Cranberries. 10 LBS. DAILY, 70 CENTS PER WEEK. NO MOULD! nmnvSSlS . FULL WEIGHT! Ducks."C X- kinds. Hotel and Restaurant trade solicited. Dried Fish. Grapes. Lard. Molasses Orders may be left at We always keep on hand Syrups. Oranges aud Lemons. OIL BURNING AND SUPPLY COMRANY, COLD STORAGE •rKvU^mtV""' 518 N. rth Main Street. I _ „ _ Meats MERCEREAU'S CIGAR STORE ! LARD ' BUTTER AND CHEESE Meat 9' MERGEREAUS CIGAR STORE, Dry Salted Meats. Fresh Meats. Poultry to Cor. First and Main Streets. For Sale to the Trade. be frozen. snll 3w TO THE UN FORI ON ATE. ness, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent ly cured. The sick and afflicted should not fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex tensively in Europe' and inspected thoroughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable information, which he ls com petent to impart to those in need of his services. The Doctor cures where others fail. Try him. DR. GIBBON will make no charge unless he effects a cure. Persons at c distance CURED AT HOME. All communications strictly confiden tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes, Send ten dollars for a package of medicine. Call or write. Address DR. J. F. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco, Cal. Mention Los Angeles Herald. 07-l BLACKM AN & FORBES, PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS, Fellows of tbe American Assocla* tion of Public Accountants.. tj KJX>S!^I jjjj Land, Water, Company and Corporation Books opened and adapted to special require ments, Office—Rooms 16 and 17, 117 New High Street, Los Angeles. jyl-3m OLIVE RANCH A Ranch of about 450 Acres, Having over 11,000 olive trees set out; with hity and grain fields; plenty of running water; fully equipped with buildings, agricultural tools aud horses, is FOR SALE. Tho property is situated In Santa Barbara county, near Los Olivos railroad depot. For particulars apply to W. A. lIA YNIO, JR., "jySSti Santa Barbara, THE ONLY KELIABLE OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT. 64: North. Main Street. If you have defective eyes and value them, go to the Optical Institute for your spectacles and Eye Glasses. It isthe only establishment on the southern part of this coast where they are meas ured on thorough scientific principles. Lenses ground to order if necessary to correct each par ticular case. No visual defect, where glasses are required, too complicated for us. We guaran tee our fitting to be absolutely perfect. Los Angeles Optical Institute, 64 North Main Street. STRASSBURGER & MARSCHUTZ. A full assortment of artificial eyes always kept on hand. fS-5m VOiEß's ATI EN HUN i Office of the Clerk of Board of Supervisors Los Angoles County, California, March sth, 1888. VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A RE ll regtstration of the voters of the County of Los Angeles. State of California, has this day been ordered In accordance with section 1094 et seq. political code. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles County, California. I*7 7m 0. H. DUNSMOOB, Clerk _ ■ I anil 3w GOLD MEDAL AWARDED AT MECHANICS' FAIR, SAN FRANCISCO. * P Till a TT l£> DEALEK IN E. I. GARRAIT, »fJ \fW£& Llewellyn Feed Water Purifier and Heater for No. :JN.Mam St., CTtiLmWrf steam Boiler8 ' BRASS GOODS, los angeles. p umps an( i Machinery Hooker's Patent Direct-Acting Steam Pumps. Water and Gas Gates. Garratt's Jack Head Minlntr Pump. Garratt's Patent Fire Hydrants. Single and Double-Acting Hand Pumps. Water, Gas and Hydraulic Pipe. Boilers and Steam Pumps combined. Cast and Malleable Iron Fittings. Special Pumps for Wine, Oil and Acids. Church and School Bells. Gates' Lubricator and Lonergan Oilers. Mills and Engineers' Supplies. Richards' Centrifugal Pumps for Irrigation. Phosphor Bronze and Castings. Hydraulic Rams. Ingot Copper and Metals. Do not order your Machinery until you see GARRATT, at No. 3 N. Main St., i.mn Angeles, and get his prices. anls lm — — — ~~ -— . — HANKIrXK; IIOUSKSi. FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES, CAL. Ibatas W. Hellman President. L. C. Goodwin Vice-President. Capital, - $500,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits 700,000. Total, - $1,200,000. DIRECTORS. O. W. Chllds, Cameron E. Thorn, Jose Mas cure',, John S. Griffin, James B. Lankershim, C. Ducommun, Philip Gamier, L, C. Goodwin, Isaias W, Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. Chiids, L. L. Bradbury, Philip Gam ier, Louis Polaski, John 8. Griffin, Jose Mas carel, James B. Lankershim, Chas. Ducommun, Cameron E. Thorn, Andrew Glassell, Domingo Amostoy, L. C. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker, L. J. Rose, Frank Lecouvreur, Oliver H. Bliss, Sarah J. Lee. Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne, Jacob Kuhrts, ißaias W. Hellman. aul fpHE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, No. 119 New High street. CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP - - - • $100,000 R. M. WIDNEY .... President GEO. L. ARNOLD .... Cashier GEO. SINSABAUGH, - - Teller Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with interest payable semi annually, aro offered to investors oi $250 and upwards. directors: R. M. Widney, W. H. Workman, D O. MILTIMOBE, C. M WRLLB. S. W. Little, L. J. P. Morrill, D. R. Risley. aug9-tf ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 130 NORTH MAIN BTREET. CAPITAL $300,000 L. C. GOODWIN President W. M. CASWELL Secretary I. W. Hellman, John K. Plater, Roberts. Baker, John A. Paxton, L. 0, Goodwin. Term deposits will be received In sums of $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in sums of $10 aud over. Money to loan on first-class real estate. Los Angeles, July 1, 1884. aultf J, WOOLLACOTT, Sole agent for Southern Cali fornia for the celebrated German Mineral Water, Put up in cases of 50 quart (Bordeaux bottles) at $8.50 per case. Address all orders to H. J WOOLLACOTT, 26 ar £ 28 N. Spring St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. Jy3otf 3 BANKINO HOUSES—Continue*. Q ALIix)RNIA~BANK| Cor. Fort and Second Sts., Los Angeles. Subscribed Capital $500,000 Paid up Capital $300,000 Surplus $10,000 directors: Hervey Lindley, J. C. Kays, E. W. Jones, Juan Bernard, J. Frankenfleld. H. G. Newhall President. H. C. Witmer Vice-President. T. J. Weldon, Cashier. General Banking and Exchange Business transacted. jy4-4m ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, Cor. First and Sprino Sts. Capital $500,000 OO Surplus and Undivided Profits. 50,000 00 Total $550,000 00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President. JOHN BRYSON, Sr Vice-President. F. C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Markhak. . Perry 11, Green, John Bryson, Sr., Dr. H. Sinsabauqh, F. C. Howes, George H. Bonebrake. Exchange for sale on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. jytt ■TjIIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES. tf. 8. DEPOSITORY. CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. RKSERVE $205,000. SURPLUS 100,000. E. F. SPENCE President J- Vice-President. J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier Directors—J. D. Bicknell, J. F. Crank, H Mabury, E. F. Spence, William Lacy, 8. H. Mott. J. M. Elliott. i, <=.-.. moo. Stockholders—Estate of A. H. Wilcox. O. 8 Witherby, S. H. Mott, J. F. Crank, A. L Lanker shim, E. Hollenbeck, E. F. Spence, H. Mabury F. Q. Story, L. H. Carlton, Jas. McCoy, J D Blcknell, William Lacy, J. M. Elliott. aul ANGELES COUNTY BANK, • Temple Block, Los Angeles, CaL Capital Stock Paid Up, $100,000. Reserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN E. PLATER . President R. 8. BAKER Vice-President GEO. H. STEWART Calhier DIRECTORS: H. L. Macneil, Jotham Bixby, John E. Plater, Robert S. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, Geo. H. Stewart. Buy and Sell Exchange on Ban Fran cisco, New York, London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort. Buy Exchange on all parts of the United States and Europe. Receive Money on open account and cer tificate of deposit, and do a genets! banking and exchange basiness. ~~~> gOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEAU BLOCK. JOHN I. REDICK President L. N. BREED Vice-President WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Cashier Paid in Capital $200 000 Surplus 14,000 Authorized Capital 500,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charles E. Day, Ben K. Ward, D. ML Graham, E. C. Bosbyshell, U. Hasan, Frank Kader, William F. Bosbyshell, Job.nL B^dlcfe