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THE EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION.
A Permanent Organization Effected Yesterday. The Editorial Association of Southern California met in the Board of Trade rooms yesterday afternoon. The meet ing was called to order at 2o'clock by the President of the Association L. M. Holt, of th«» San Bernardino Times, who intro duced Mayor Bryson. His address of welcome was as follows: Gentlemen of the Editorial Association of Southern California: Were I one of your ilk, I could talk with greater freedom to you. I understand bo well how great the power is for good or evil, which you wield, that it is with some timidity I address you. This is the first occasion on which so large and representative a gathering of young gentlemen from the press has hon ored our city, and I am proud to be the first official head of the municipality to bid you welcome. • I have, with many others, always entertained the idea that you, one and all, better enjoyed the strife of newspaper life, than to come together in harmonious meeting, and it is espec ially gratifying to see, by the mooter here, that that idea has no foundation in fact, and that it is but the weird phan tasm of a popular fallacy. Gentlemen, no country, or section of country, where you or yours have not put your shoulder to the wheel and pushed the cart along, has ever succeeded. No individual who has ever ignored your aid has got along. Your power singly to do good to the person or the community is immeasurable, and when such a body as is here congregated resolve on a united move, the result can only be tremendous. In my experience with you in South ern California, I can heartily say that your endeavors have always been di rected in the interest of the public good, and they have generally attained their object. ' I am glad of the federation of the talent, genius and inspiration of the editorial strength of Southern California, and I sincerely trust that your organiza tion will be most harmonious, successful and perpetual. GentlemeD, I again bid you welcome, and hope that the sojourn of those who are from without our gates will be most pleasant. The President, L. M. Holt, replied in a neat speech, thanking the citizens of Los Angeles for their hospitality. He then introduced Colonel Ayers, of the Herald, who made the address of the occasion. After a brief review of tbe development of the State and the part which the newspapers have played, he spoke of the mission of the editor to tell the truth to the people and to extract this truth from the diversity of opinion which he sees around him. "The ob ject of this Association," eaid he, "as I understand it, is to learn what is the genuine spirit of this section and to em body it in the newspaper." He spoke of the division of the State and the sen timent that this section is not, by geog raphy, climate or material interests a part of the northern half of the State, met with heariy applause. Various telegrams and communica tions were then read from absent editors avowing their interest in the work of the Association, and expressing their opinion on the work which lay before it. The minutes of the last meeting, which took place in Pasadena two weeks ago, were read by the Secretary and adopted by the Association. Scipio Craig, of the Cilrograph, the Chairman of the Committee on Consti tution, read the document as arranged by the Committee, section by section. Sev eral amendments were adopted, and the whole was then made the Constitution of the Association. Election of officers being next in order, General Boyce, of the tribune, nomi nated Colonel J. J. Ayers, of the Herald, whom he characterized as the "Nestor of the press of Southern California," for President of the Association. On a unani mous vote, the Secretary was instructed to cast the ballot for Colonel Ayers, and he was declared President. The following list of officers was then filled, the Secretary casting the ballot in each instance: First Vice-President, L. M. Holt, of San Bernardina; Second Vice- President, John R. Berry, San Diego; Third Vice-President, Walter H. Nixon, of Santa Barbara; Secretary, W. L. Vail, Pasadena; Treasurer, George Rice, of Los Angeles. For members of the Executive Com mittee nominations were made by a special nominating committee of three, consisting of H. Z. Osborne, H. J. Vail and Scipio Craig. The following were chosen: Daniel Webster, Ventura; War ren Wilson, San Diego; H. E. Boothby, Fresno; Frank J. Dyer, South Riverside ; D. M. Baker, Santa Ana. It was moved and carried that the Executive Committee be instructed to have the constitution and list of mem bers printed. Mr. Osborne offered a resolution, which had been drafted the Chamber of Commerce, calling attention to the ad vantage which would come to the south ern section of the State through the com pletion of the Salt Lake and Los Angeles Railroad, and urging the people of the section to hasten the work. The resolu tion was carried unanimously. Scipio Craig offered a resolution urging the appointment of H. Z. Osborne to the position of Public Printer,heartily endorsing his candidacy. Several Democratic members of the asso ciation warmly seconded the resolution and it was passed without a dissenting vote. Mr. Oabome was called upon for a speech and he replied, thanking the association for the compliment and assur ing them that, if appointed, he would try to serve his country in a way to do credit to the organization of which he was prond to be a member. A vote of thanks was then passed to the officers who had thus far served the association, to the Cham ber of Commerce and Board of Trade, and to the local press of Los Angelas. The meeting then adjourned. Those present at the meeting were: Henry G. Tinsley, Progress, Pomona; Charles H. Smith, the Hotel Gazette; P. H. Bodkin, Southern California Christ ian Advocate; Captain J. McDivitt, Santa Paula Chronicle; C. A. Bell, Porcupine, Los Angeles; R. A. Marshall, Times, Burbank; E. E. McFarland, San Pedro Pilot; George R. Woolf, Sentinel, Beau mont; L. F. Langtri, Biverside Tribune; •E. T. Clark, Record, Ontario; Sam F. Smith, Encinitas Journal; A. F. Clark, Record, Ontario; John R. Berry, San Diego Union; J. W. Harvey, Monro via Messenger: J. F. Cook and Robert Farrell, Compton Independent; W. C. Hogaboon, Garvanza Gazette; W. F D. Jones, The Bell, South Pasadena; l! T. House, Sierra Madre Vista ; Scipio Craig, The Citograph, Redlands; A. M. Carpenter, Advocate, ban Pedro; L. M. Holt, San Bernardino Times: T. J. Ham mer, Los Angeles Hotel GazetU; Gene al H H. Boyce, Los Angeles Tribune; H. Z. Osborne, Los Angeles Ezpress; 0. A. Stevens.Los Angeles Tribune; Colonel H. G. ©tie, Los Angeles Times; Colonel J. J. Ayers, Los Angeles Hsrald, Frank Kasson,Monrovia Messenger; Edward A. Wild, East Los Angeles Champion; H. J. Vail, Pasadena Star; George Rice, South ern Californiantf. W. Sharchan Los An geles Critic; W. D. Morton, Times- THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARYJL 188&. Courier, Pomona; D. M. Baker, Santa Ana Standard; W. L. Vail, Pasadena Star; Frank J. Dyer, South Riverside Bee; Daniel Webster.Ventura Free Press; R. S, Blackburn. Onlar'o Observer. At the first organization there were thirty-four members enrolled,but the list has now swelled to seventy-eight. In the evening a banquet was tendered to the association and the wives of its members by the Chamber of Commerce and Board of Trade. The affair took place at tbe new restaurant of Victor Dol, the Maison Doree, on First street. About sixty people were present and they passed a very pleasant evening listening to toasts and talking over tbe trials and amenities of the editorial ex istence. After the banquet the members of the Association accepted an invitation from Manager H. C. Wyatt, of the Grand Opera House, and attended the perform ance of Penelope by the Lydia Thompson Company. MORE VISITORS. Llitel the Phillip* Excursionist*. A Quick. Journey. The following is a list of the Phillips excursionists who arrived on yesterday morning over the Santa Fe, ten hours ahead of time. The tourists report a remarkably pleasant journey, and the fact that they were in charge of Mr. J. Crosby accounts a good deal for their pleasant experiences: For Los Angeles—C B Weeks and wife, Albany, N V; M J Howard, Mrs F F Howard, Englishville, Mich; WFHover and wife, Geo Hover, Spiceland, Ind ; J M Menefer and wife, Ida Menefer, Bes sie Menefer, Clarence Menefer, Marjorie Menefer, Mexico, Mo; G W Crawford, Wellsville, Mo; J Z Young, Chicago, 111; W 0 Noble and wife, Geo O Noble, Bos ton, Mass; W W Cud worth and wife, Chicago, 111; H E Pratt and wife, L C Pratt, Hartford, Conn ; E S Green, W T Green, S P Bowen, Providence, R I; R J Mclntire, Chicago, 111; G C Prouty and wife, Charleston, Mass; W F Moseley and wife, Harry W Moseley, W J Sulli van, Miss Sullivan, Springfield, Mass; F A Mattin, Ypsilanti, Mich ; D N Brown, Johnstown, NY; W Milkins and wife, Woodhull, 111; Mrs X L Laudon, Cin cinnati, Ohio. For San Francisco—A W DelifieUd, New York; R McKee, Illinois; N Lasen and wife, Harry Lasen, Lulu Lasen,Miss Nelson, Maud Nelson, W W Brown and wife, Alice Brown, Massachusetts; Mrs. Morrison, Miss C N Morrison, F R Morrison, Bath, Me; Miss Freeman, Boston; Mrs F B Church, Chicago; G A Amsdan, Detroit; Miss Alameda, New York; Miss D T Chamberlin, St Albans, Vt; H C Callay and wife, Phyllis Cal lay, Regendald Callay, New York; B Johnston, Brooklyn; J Taylor, New York; J Hetrgans, Ellsworth, Me; T B Botham, Putman, Conn; Dr M C White, New York; C C Sevans, Chicago; G C Humphrey, Wareham, Maps; Dr Devuel, Watertown, N V; Mrs Graham, Worces ter, Mass; C C Wheeler and wife, New York; V M Chaplin and wife, Plymouth, Ind; Mrs C C Long, Ray Long, Grace Long, Hillsdale, Mich; W H Hall and wife, Boston. For Stockton—D L Bodfish, Wareham, Mass. For San Bernardino—B Buekley, Bos ton ;T M Greeley, Sunapee, N H ; Mrs Loveridge, Miss Loveridge, New York. For Sacramento —T N Thompson and wife, Miss G M Thompson, Miss Bessie Thompson, Miss Inez Thompson, Tuckhanock, Pa. For Santa Barbara —S P Dimock, New Port, Nova Scotia; S Smith and wife, Miss Vandick, Joliet, Ulsj'Miss Cravens, Galesburg, Ills. For Pasadena—T M Deaborn, Port land, Maine; Mrs Hall, Waltham, Mass; Mrs Andrews, East Boston, Macs; Miss Webber, Granville Center, Pa; Mrs B W Cabelle, Scranton, Pa; F II Beach, Tataka, Ilia; C L Fogarty, Mrs C W Fogarty, Miss L E Fogarty, A Rogers, Boston. For San Diego—J H Manning, Miss Manning, Providence, BI; Mrs P Dean, Mannie Dean, Badie Baum, Tipton, Iowa; T Lee, New York, Miss Cristee, Linten, Mass; C C Meisel and wife, Boston. , For Riverside—R O Ferris and wife. Miss J Ferris, Miss L Ferris, Miss G Ferris, Miss Pleasent, E Erickson, Woodhull, Ills; Miss Berry, J A Berry, Hamilton, Ohio. The Police Commission. The Police Commissioners will meet this afternoon in Mayor Bryson's office. The Council on Monday allowed an in crease of force by ten policemen, and the session to-day will probably be quite interesting, as the new men will be ap pointed. There are a couple hundred applicants for positions, among them a number who have served on the iorce before. A number of applications for saloon licenses will also be considered. Not Poisoned. The patrol wagon was called for early yesterday evening to go out to the corner of Washington street and Vermont ave nue to take care of a young woman who it was said had taken poison. When the members of the police force who were detailed to look into the matter got to the spot they found a respectable young woman quite drunk and unable to take care of herself. She was taken home. Assaulted a chinaman. A Chinaman was mobbed by a crowd of bootblacks on Main street last night. He was passing along peaceably when the bootblacks sprang out after him and commenced to hit him with their brushes. Officer Hawley captured a couple of tbe youngsters and took them to the Police Station. Rargalns In Harness. Those who want harness, saddles, whips, lap robes, blankets or anything else in horse furnishings should call at Tarble's thin week before he moves from the corner of Spring and Fourth streets. Tbe most efficacious stimulant to excite the appetite is Angostura Bitters, the get vine of Dr. J. G. B. Siegert & Sons. To comfort Seekers. The m my libt ral and flattering inducements now held out to the public in the shape of win ter excursions north would be all very nice and aocepiabla were it not for the cold, damp, and often foggy weather to be met with there. To avoid these serious troubles, go south and visit the llotfl del Coronsdo, where glorious sun shine and healthy sea breezes await you, to say nothing of the hearty welcome and generous hospitality all secure at that popular resort. Sudden Death. Heart disease is developed by modern civili zation, and is Increasing to an alarming extent Let him wbo suspects the existence of this causo of sudden death take Dk. Flint's Rehe dy, and let all persons read bis treatise on "Heart Disease," which will be sent on appllcs by Mack Drug Co., N.Y. 83 Excursion to Perris Leaves Santa Fe depot Friday at 8 a. h„ Janu ary 11th. Round trip, via San Bernardino, to see the now mining machinery and mines; No. 35 rock. Fine farm lands, $15 to 25. On ar riving st Perris the farmers and miners will I meet you with carriages. Fine hunting. The business men are expected. Tiain haves First street depot. ______ Children JDry for Pitcher?s jCastoriaj Excursion Notes. A Phillips excursion of six carloads from Boston and the East arrived Monday atmidnightoverthe Santa Fe, being nine hours ahead of the regular time. It ran as a special train from Chicago west ward. A Sunset excursion of about one hundred people arrived in town at 1 o'clock Monday morning. The tourists are mostly from Boston and other points on the northeast of the Atlantic seaboard. A Badger's excursion from Boston, in special Pullman cars, will be one of the many parties to arrive next week. This company is running its tourist traffic in a manner similar to Messrs. Raymond & Whitcomb. A Union Pacific excursion will leave for the East today, and Messrs. Phillips will send a party out tc-morrow evening. "Brown, whose hams do you use?" "I always buy tbe 'Lilly,' put up by the Los ADgeles Cold Storage Company." "Why do you prefer the 'Lilly' hams?" "Because they are sweeter, and are smoked in this city. All hams not branded tbe 'Lilly' are smoked either at San Francisco or in the Eastern cities, and you cannot tell how long they have been smoked before shipping, and then they are from ten to fifteen days on the road; so you see they are quite ancient by the time they reach Los Angeles, while the 'Lilly' hams are put on the market fresh every day." Dealers and Consumers of Beer Will find it to their advantage to call on Phila delphia Brewery, Allso street, for the best lager or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per doien, If bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the city. Telephone 91. St. Louis Lead, Eastern Oil And painters' supplies, at Mail lews'. Everybody Uses Crown Flour. Samples free at grocers. Two Brothers. For a good breakfast and fine coffee goto the Two Brothers' Restaurant, No. 20 East Second street. Meal ticket, 21 meals, $4. Mrs. Dr. Minnie Wells, Has removed to 400 Fort street, corner Fifth. Uterine and rectal diseases a specialty; radical change felt from first treatment. Examination DM, Senour's Floor Paint. It dries hard over night with a fine gloss. Try it. Six shades. For sale by J. M. Blackburn, 310 8. Spring St. Crown Flour. Why pay $1.60 when you can buy as good for less. There will be a pluck at Kenilworth Ostrich Farm Friday next, weather per mitting. Thco. Rapp, Wood Engraver, No. 10 Court street, room 0. Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable prices. AUCTION SALES. General Auction Mart. BEESON & RHOADES, AUCTION, Storage Commission. Peremptory Sales of New and Second-Hand TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, At 10 a.m. and 2 p. M. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Outside sales made on application. UEN O. RHOADES, Auctioneer. )*BH H. H. MAT LOCK & SON, Auction, Storage & Com mission Hous?«, No. 13 NORTH MAIN STREET (near First). GRAND AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE, New and Second-hand, including handsome Bedroom Bets, ol differem kinds, Parlor Sets, Diningroom, Bedroom and Kitchen Furniture, Carpets, etc.; about everything wanted for housekeeping. Must and will be sold withsst reserve to the highest bidder, At 10 A. m. and at 2 p. M. WEDNESDAY, January Oth. VThere will also be auctioned off in the even ing of the same date, commencing at 7 p. m , 50,000 IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. Cigar men should bo at this sale; it Is to their interest. H. 11. DIATEOCK, Auctioneer. Regular Salesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. ]6-3 m EDWIN A. RICE & 00., AUCTIONEERS. Earge, Important Auction Sale —OF— A FINE ORGAN AND A GREAT LOT OF FURNITURE Of every description brought to our sslesroom 150 South Spring Street, from four private houses, and new furniture from a retail dealer retiring from business ON WEDNESDAY, JAN. 9th, at 10 o'clock a. m. This is a splendid lot of furniture, consisting of pailor suits In plush and mohair, chamber sets in walnut, oak, ash, antique and mahogany; lounges, easy chairs, rockcrß, stoves, mirrors, carpets but h brusseU and ingrain in large quan tity, scheffoniers, bookcases, crockery, glass ware, books, stools. matiresßes, etc. Everything in endless variety. This is to be a gteat sale. There is uo reserve. EDWIN A. RICE, Auctioneer. CAR RI AGES AND WAOO NS. RICHARDSON-laIMBALL CO., FINE CARRIAGES, BTJGG-IKB, Spring and Farm Wagons —AND— —AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,— 48 and 50 N. Los Amsilsb St., Los Amoslss, Cal ] 1-11 FOR FINE BUGGIES —AND— CARRIAGES —UO TO— BL GIESE, Thi Fash Implikbnt Dbalsb. 44 to 48 N. Los Angeles in. Loll Angeles. PHIL. HIRSCHFELLHa €0, —WHOLESALE DEALERS IN— STATIONERY, NOTIONS, And every description of Paper, 215 NORTH MAIN 6T. (DOWNEY BLOCK), Xjo« Ans:el«;E«, Cal. Warehouse: 104 and 106 New High street. ja& lm GET LION & SONS' PRICES ON CARPETS • BEFORE EDYING. L. A.. B'ISHING CO- StalU B, 11,13,16,18, 80, Moil market jal lm FRIO HANIMAN, Froprieto London's Celebrated Surgeon Dentist, DR. GEORGE H JONES, Cordially endorses the and adds: "Unlike bristles.lt is harmless In use, and being a most excellent polisher and absorbent Thoroughly Preserves the Teeth." AT AEE DHIIfiUISIS. Its Economy. Holder (Imperishable) 33 cents. Polishers only need be renewed, 18 (boxed) 25 cents. Dealers or mailed. HORSEY M>F>« CO., Eflca, N.Y. frIEDICAE. OQNiUMPTTOI^ CATARRH, Bronchitis and Asthma, Treated successfully by DBS. DAVIS & BLAKESLEE t.y,, Worth Spring; Street, LOB ANGELES, CAL. Inhalation, combined with constitutional medication, has superceded all others in the treatment of thro t and lung diseases, and there is scarcely a throat specialist in the civilized world but has adopted some kind of an inhaler. The <whsl«" shown above la tbe one used en tirely by us, after trylßg every other kind, and by this means our well-known success during the last four years has lately been increased to a large extent. CASES ON FILE. Below we will give the symptoms of a few cases and the result of the treatment. As some of these persons object to our using their names in the public print, we will suppress them, but will gladly make them known to those calling at offices. Case No. 986— R. N., aged 43, a commercial traveler, stated that ha nad been subject to cough every winter for twelve years. His work was against him, and he was a good deal ex posed to wet and cold. His cough used to trouble him badly only In the winter, but year by year it seemed to be coming on earlier, and now he was hardly ever free from It. It came on in fits, which shook him to p'eces, and it was always very bad tbe first thing in the morn ing, often making him retch and vomit. There was a great deal of phlegm, thick and yellow, which was difficult to get up unless he could get some hot tea, or something to loosen it. The shortness of breath was worse than all, for it prevented him from going about, and Inter fered with his business. He had never spat any blood worth speaking of but there were at times streaks after a severe fit of coughing. He became no thinner, generally loosing a little in the winter and picking up in the summer. He bad had a great deal of treatment without re lief. November Ist 1887, he was given an in haler, with medicines, and went Into the country for three days, at the end of whleh time he reported the oough easier, the phlegm lighter in color and not so thick, and the breath ing decidedly better, treatment continued. November 10th the patient wrote to say that he was better than he had been for years, md was almost able to do without medicine. Jan. (Ith, reported !b«t be hart not been using medi cine for a month, and was entirely well. Case No. l,l6d—J P. R., aged 65 years, un married . Was troubled for ten years with post nasal catarrh. The mucous would drop back into the throat and frequently be swallowed. Has been troubled with a distressing headache, from which he has never beeu free for almost a year. For the same lengtb of lime there has been great distress after eating, and bloating of the stomach and bowels. The bowels arc con stipated. The stomach will bear nothing but a little cracker. He is also troubled with short ness of breath and shifting pains over the liver, itomach and chest. Has been treating a year with different physicians without re let. Janu ary 2d, 1888, prescribed medical inhalation for the throat and the proper constitutional remedies for the stomach, and recommended a diet February 10th, 1883, Mr R. reports that his headache has been entirely gone for two weeks, he can eat anything without distressing himself, and examination shows his throat to be entirely well. Case No. 1,046—Mr. G M. Came Into office December 6th, 1887, dnrltg a severe attack of asthma. Had to be half carried up the stairs. Took cold night before. Has been troubled with aßthma for eight years. Would never get over the succession of attacks after taking cold for two weeks or more. Has used everything he can hear tell of, and smoked everything, from raullen lenves to arsenic Mr. M. took inhala tion lv office, and in half an hour left breathing as freely as any one. Reponcd next day that he had had no difficulty in breathing after tak ing treatment During the following six months Mr. M. took inhaltr occasionally whenever he would feel an attack coming on, but during the past six months has taken no treatment what ever, and has been entirely free from the dis ease. Many more casts could be mentioned, but the above, we hope, is sufficient to convince any fair-minded person of the superiority of this method. CONSULTATION FREE. Persons at a distance can send for a list of questions and be treated as successfully at home. Offico hours—lo a. it. to 6 p. M. and 7 to 8 '"' lIIIS. DAVIS A BLAKESLEE, 451iJ North Spring street, d2l lm LOB ANGELES, CAL. A Speedy Cure Warranted. DR. BELL'S GERMAN EXTRACT CURES all private syphilitic, urinary, skin and blood diseases, female complaints, and all such diseases as are bronvht about by indiscre tion and excesses, 81. Dr. Bell's French Wash cures all private disea es, blood poison, old sores sud ulcers, G. and G., In two or three days, $1. No preparation ou earth e qual to It. For sale only at the Berlin Drug s«tor<-, 10.V... South Spring St., Los Angeles, Cal. jl-3m- O. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist, No. 122 N. main St., Eos Angeles, Cal. Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night. d2ltf COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. The Great English Remedy. FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION ETC Free from mercury; contains only pure Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY * MICHAELS. Ban Francisco. -i*tV'vlt " NOTICE. THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER CO. will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. x. and 6 and S o'clock p. M. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of two dollars will be charged efor> water will be turned on again, an elkgaWlinTTof Body Brussels AT BOTTOM PRICES AT LION & SONS'. GEO.W. CUOKE & CO., —WHOLESALE— Paper Dealers and Bookbinders, 109 North Eos Angeles Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. j3tf BAKER IRON WORKS. 642-561 Buena Vista St., Los Angeles. Adjoining Southern Pacific ] Ground teat- BANK STATEMENT*. —or— THE FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES At the close of business Desember 31,1888. ASSETS. Cash on hand .$2,004 684 99 Casn with Banks iuHauFranelseo, Chicago. New Tork and Lon don, 907,125 18 Total Available Cash 92,011 810 17 United Stats 4 per cent, and other Government Bonds 182.787 65 Stocks and Warrants 56.818 02 Loans and Discounts 2,402,451 16 Real E-tate, Taults, Safe and Of fice Furniture 11,607 30 $5,565,474 30 LIABILITIES. Capital $500,000 00 Surplus 500 000 00 Undivided Profits 264 464 49 Due Depositors 4.300,009 81 Dividends (declared and uncalled for) 1,000 00 $5,565,474 30 Statu or California, i County of Lcs Angeles,) Isaias W. Hellman and L. C. Goodwin, being first duly sworn, each for himself, doth depose and say: That he Is respectively the President and Vice-President, of the Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank of Los Angeles. That he has examined the foregoing statement, and that said statement is true and correct in all partlc ulars, and is to the best of their knowledge and belief a true statement of the condition of the affairs of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles at the time herein above set forth. (SigDed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. President. (Signed) L. C. GOODWIN, Vice-President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th January, 1889. (Signed) CHARLES WORTH, jafi lm Notary Public. QSMI ANNOAL REPORT —OF THE— LO3 ANGELES BAVINB3 BANK, Showing its Financial Condition on the morn ing of January 1,1889. RESOURCES. Miscellaneous Bonds and Stocks. .$ 11,800 00 Loans on Real Bstate 286,937 00 Money on ban it 7,828 31 Checks and other cash Items 683 92 Doefrom Banks and Bankers 9 302 37 Furniture and Fixtures 3,582 27 Expenses 2 890 32 Taxes 3,300 75 Other Assets $326,324 94 LIABILITIES. Capital paid up $ 25,000 00 Profit and Loss 22,218 27 Due Depositors 279,106 67 $326,324 94 State of California, j County of Los Angeles, ( We do solemnly swear that we have (and each of us has) a personal knowledge of the matters contained In the foregoing Report, and that every allegation, statement, matter and thing therein contained is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. L. C. GOODWIN, President. W. M CASWELL, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of January, 1889. ja3 14t T. E. ROWAN, Notary Public. gTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF— THE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, At the close of business on December 31,1888. ASSETS Cash on hand ! $ 35,674 41 Cash due from banks 61,057 03 Cash on call 11,707 37 Loans 240,282 11 Furnitnre and fixtures 2,71177 Expenses and taxes paid 16,204 24 Total $367,636 93 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $100,000 00 Undivided profits 37,717 22 Due banks 119 45 Due depositors 229,800 26 Total $367,636 93 St»te of California, J _ County of Los Angeles, S R. M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar nold, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing Statement is true to the best of nis knowledge and belief. (seal.) R. M. WIDNEY, President. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d day of January, A. D. 18S9. GEO. J. CLARKE, Notary Public. STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL —of the— UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, On December 31,1888. Amount of Capital paid up in United States gold coin $100,C00 00 State of California, I „ County of Los Angeles,! R M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar nold, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing Statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. (seal.) R. M. WIDNEY, President. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d day of Jansarv, A. D. 1889. )a4 7t GEO. J. CLARKE,Notary Public. gTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF THK — CALIFORNIA BANK, On the morning of January 1,1889. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts 53?3,015 45 Real estate, vaults and fixtures 133,307 00 Cash on hand 8 92,070 83 Cash with banks 103,682 33 195,753 16 $052,975 til LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid up $300,000 00 Surplus 10,000 00 Undivided profits ti}'§2§ 9 5 Due depositors 331,038 62 $052,975 61 Statf, of Califobma, j County of Los Angeles,) H C. Witmer, Vice-President, and T. J. Wel don, Cashier, of California Bank, being sever ally duly sworn, each for himself says the fore going report is true to thebeßtof his knowledge and belief. . _ (Bigned) H. C. WITMER, Vice-President. (Signed) T. J. WELDON, Cashier. SjDScribed and sworn to before me, this 4th day of January, A. D. 1889. (Signed) JNO. W.GREEN, ja3 4t Notary Public. Hotel Keep, Attention! THE HOTEL Del CAMPO AT ANAHEIM, Is being furnished by the owners and Is offered lor rent on very reasonable terms to a live and experienced hotel keeper. Tbe house is new, well situated, and a largo patronage is assured. Full particulars will be given by calling upon the ANAHEIM IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. THKI. REIBEB, President. d 30-tf PECK & McCOY, Undertakers and Embalmers, No. 40 NORTH MAIN STREET. j> Telephone 61. Day or Night. r 3 BANKINS HOUSES. Cor. Fort and Second St*., Los Angelas. Subscribed Capital '.',00,000 Paid dd Capital. «300,000 Burplns tIO.OOa DIRECTOR*: Herrey Lindley J. C. Kays, E. W. Jones, Juan Bernard, J. Eraukenfleld. H. G. Newhall President H. C. Witmer Vloe-Presldeat, T. J. Weldon, Cashier. Oeneral Banking and Exchange Buslna* transacted. jr4 4 m FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANC Or LOS AKOKLKS, CAL. Is a i as W. Hellman President L. C. Goodwin Vlee-Pretldent Cspital, - - - - 9600,000. Surplus and Undivided Profits 700,000. Total, .... 91,200,000. DIRECTORS. 0. W. Child*, Cameron K. Thorn, Jose Mss carel, John S. Qriffln, James B. Lankershim. C. Dncommun, Philip Gamier, L. C. Goodwin. Isaias W. Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. Chflds, L. L. Bradbury. Philip Oar. nier, Louis Polaski, John S. Griffin, Jose Mas carel, James B. Lankershim, Chas. Ducommun, Cameron E. Thorn, Andrew Glassell, Domingo Amestoy, L. C. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker, L. J. Rose, Frank Lecouvrenr, Oliver H. Bliss, Sarah J. Lee, Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne, Jacob Kuhrts. Isaias W. Hellman. jl ANGELES NATIONAL BANE. Cos. First and Brains Sts. Capital 9500,000 09 Surplus and Undivided Profits. 50,000 09 Total 9550,000~00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President JOHN BRYSON, Sr Vice-President V. C. HO WEB Cashier. DIRECTORS. Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Markham. Perry M. Green, John Brtbon, Sr., Dr. H. Sinsabauqh, F. C. Howes, Georoe H. Bonebsakb. Exchange for sale on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. jyB gOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEATJ BLOCK. JOHN I. REDICK President L. N. BREED Vice-President WM. F. BOSBYSHBLL Cashier Paid in Capital 9200.000 Surplus 14,000 Authorized Capital 500,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A. Barclay, Charles E. Day, Ben E. Ward, D. M. Graham, E. C. Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, William F. Bosbyshell, John! Rediok. ang24-tf ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Temple Block, Los Angeles, CaL Capital Stock Paid Up. $100,000 Reserve Fond, $100,000. JOHN E. PLATER President R. S. BAKER Vice-President GEO. H. STEWART Cashier DIRECTORS: H. L. Macnell, Jotham Blxby, John E. Plater, Robert S. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Preacott, Geo. H. Stewart Buy and Bell Exchange on San 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 general banking and exchange business. JjUBST NATIONAL BANS OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL STOCK. aoaa nfln RESERVE $205,000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY, E. F. SPENCE President J. D. BICKNELL Vice-President;. J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. B. SHAFFER Assistant Cashier. Directors—E. F. Spence, J. D. Bicknell, a H Mort, Wm. Lacy, J. F. Crank, H. Mabury J. M. Elliott. jl PJIHE UNIVERSITY BANE OF LOS AN SELES No. 119 New High street. CAPITAL STOCK PAID CP - - - - $100,000 R. M. WIDNEY .... President GEO. L. ARNOLD .... Cashier GEO. SINSABAUQH, - - TeUer directors: R. M. Widnrt, W. H. Workman, D O. MILTIMOBB C. M. WBLLS. S. W. Little, L. J. P. Morrill, D. R. Risley. Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with Interest payable semi annually, are offered to investors of $250 and upwards. auett-tf ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 130 NORTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL $100,000 L. C. GOODWIN President W. M. CASWELL. Secret art I. W. Hellman, John E. Plater, Robert S. Baker, John A. Paxton, L. C. Goodwin. Term deposits will be received in sums of $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in sums of $10 and over. Money to loan on first-class real estate. Los Angeles, July 1.1884. j 1 tf RESTAURANTS. MaisoD Dore Restanrant, 129 & 131 W. FIRST ST. r- V. DOJL,, : : Proprietor. KEGVLtB NEAES, 50 CENTS. MEALS T* ORDER. IMPORTED WINES. Jsitt IXJLtIOH'S Restaurant and Oyster Parlors, 41 and 43 North Main Street. Car- PRIVATE ROOMS apstsirs for Udlos and families, where meals will be served in the best style. dl6tf JERRY IEEICH. Proprietor. Hbrown's" RESTAURANT And Bakery. 34 and 3S NORTH MAIN STREET. Best White Service, Milk, Rye, Graham and Boston Browa Bread. Also the finest Assortment of Cakes, Pies, etc. il-lm LION & SONS, . Carpet Dealers,