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"BE BORN AGAIN."
An Excellent BUcoune by Iflr. Moody. Fully 4.000 people assembled in the Pavilion last night to listen to Mr. Dwight L. Moody'a declamation against sin, and, forewarned by the experiences of Sun day, those who wanted to enj >y a rest during the services arrived half an hour before the time set for the opening of the meeting. The stage presented an unusually attractive appearance for it was hanesomely decorated with a Targe basket of lilies of the valley in the center flanked by smaller stands on either side. The chairs on t he platform were occupied by representative clergymen from nearly all the churches in the city, there being also room for a large chorus and the special orchestra and singers who travel with Mr. Moody. Tlie services opened with a number of prayers and hymns, duets being sang at intervals in charming style by Miss A. D. Boole and Mr. J. C. Stebbins. Tho first announcement by Mr. Moody was regarding the services for the mor row, which are to be a Bible lecture on " Assurance" at 3 p. v , and a sermon in the evening at 8 o'clock. Those who, at the close of any of the meetings, desired to confer with Mr. Moody on spiritual matters, were requested to enter the rooms on either side of the main en trance, where they would be waited upon at once. The preacher then gave his text from the third chapter of St. John, part of the third verse, "Except a man be born again he cannot see the king dom of God." "There is no more important truth than that of thi* new life," said the ora tor. "Man cannot buy, weep or pray lis way into heaven —he must be cot in by God. The greatest joy that I have experienced during my life of fifty yearn was when 1 was born again, and I am sometimes as tonished at how men can remain iv their sins. But some of the churchmen, as well as others, are in the fog on this doc trine. Going to church is not being saved, for there is no more regular at tender at Divine services than Satan ; he is always the first there, and, in fact, drops in and takes a look around before the church is dedicated." At this point a late arrival walked up the center aide and caused a general turning of heads in that direc tion. "There you are, "cried Mr. Moody, "there is a proof that Satan is here, for when that lady walked along he distract ed your attention to her so that your thoughts would be turned away from God." Resuming his subject, he said, "Some of the greatest villains and ras cals we have in our midst go to church, with the hopes, no doubt, of covering up their rascality thereby. The fact of going to church is only an inci dent, for even when there you can say your prayers without praying. Again, baptism is one thing, and regeneration is another. My friends, many a man has been shipwrecked liecause he put too much faith in theee ordinances. Even when you have made good resolutions the battle is only just begun, because I have no | doubt that if all the good resolu tions made and broken by this audience were put on paper it would take fourteen mules to drag the manuscripts away. If a man has got a bad heart, no amount of patchwork will fix it up any more than manuring and attending to a crab apple tree would make ordinary apples of the fruit. One might as well paint the pump which pumps np bad water, or whitewash the fence around a pesthouse as attempt to get a good and pure heart by patch work devices. Would anyone, think you, like to have a photograph of their heart taken and shown around or placed on exhibition in a window? I expect not. Now I will tell what it is to be born with this new life. It is to receive Christ and become a partaker of the divine nature for with that you can break your fetters of sin and walk abroad like a Samson. All things are possible to God and, although, a man be in the gutter to night, bowed down by sin, he can have the load taken ofi if he will only turn to God. We must do so if we want to reach heaven, for God decrees that the only way to his kingdom is to be born again." During his sermon Mr. Moody narrated many interesting anecdotes in a manner that proved how well capable he is of swaying the hearts of a multitude. His language throughout all of his orations is simple and earnest, and not even the most illiterate could complain of not un derstanding him. At the conclusion of the sermon there was a prayer service, to which about two-thirds of the congre gation remained. Excursion News. This morning a mammoth Raymond A Whitcomb excursion will arrive in the city over the Southern Pacific. The names of the tourists appeared in last Thursday's Herald. The Santa F6 will run one of its popu lar excursions from Los Angeles to Los Angeles via Riverside, next Saturday, for the accommodation of the school teachers and children of thia city. A Sunset excursion, in charge of Dr. W. B. May, arrived in thecity last night. The list was not ready, but will be pre pared to-day and will appear in to-mor row's Herald. A Walker's excursion from Chicago and interior cities, traveling via tho Chicago and Alton, Union Pacific and Southern Pacific, will arrive in the city this morning. A SWELL PARTY. On Thursday noon a party of distin guished visitors will arrive in the city in tho private palace hotel cars "Yellow stone" and "David Garrick." Their names are as follows: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Northam, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Chapman, Hartford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Whitney, Mrs. H. F. Joy, Mr. C. W.Dunham, Brattleboro, Vt.; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Guntine, Nashua. N. H.; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Augustus Barrett, Mrs. Mary J. Sibley, Miss Florence D. Sibley, Mrs. Frances M. Gridley, Melrose, Mass.; Mr. J. S, Crane, Lake Village, N. H.; Mr. George A. Fales, Mrs. J. Warren Gore, Miss Marie W. Gore, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. A. Otis Davis, Worcester, Mass. The party is in charge of A. W. Gore, and is out on a grand tour of forty-five days through the Southern States and California. During their stay here of a few days they will be quartered at the Westminster. The Library Resents. The Board of Regents of the Public Library met yesterday afternoon, Mr. J. Kuhrts in the chair and Messrs. Barrett, Hanley, Earl, Moriarty, Wilson, Shafer, Sinsabaugh, Threlkeld and McNally present. A number of bills were audited ;nd ordered paid. The librarian reported receipts of $221.05 during February, and expenditures of $175.90. She requested that the Regents authorize her to issue THE LOS ANGELES DAILY'"HERALD. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1889. an order compelling those taking books from the shelves to place them on her desk. She also reported as to the kind >.i literature most in demand during the month. A bill ior books ordered on January 14th was discussed and was re ferred to tlie Finance Committee to in vestigate. The Board then adjourned. A TENANT'S PLAINT. flow Dli Hoarding Home Was Broken Up. J. R. Birt commenced suit in the Su perior Court yesterday againßt A. C. Lockwood to recover $4,500 damages and for cause of complaint makes the follow allegations: On the Bth of September tbe defendant was the owner of a lodg ing houße on the corner Sixth and Pearl streets called tbe Pearl. This he leased to Mrs. E. C. Smith for $240 per month. Afterwards, with the consent ot defen dant, Mrs. Smith transferred the least to one Waldo, who transferred it to one Kuler, who on the 23d of April, 1888, transferred it with the furniture to plain tiff for $2,500. By the terms of the lease the defendant was to keep the building in repair, so that it would be fit for occu pation. This plaintiff alleges he failed to do, and allowed the plastering to be come rickety and loose, so tbat a large piece of it fell on Ithe furniture and damaged it. Plaintiff also alleges that defendant wilfully suffered acts to be committed which prevented his enjoyment of the premises; that he removed the faucets from the slop tubs and sinks, causing the same to become foul and offensive, and that he changed the dining-room doors. Plaintiff also charges defendant with making state ments in the presence of bis boarders to the effect that his knives, forks and spoons in use were covered with verdi gris, and that lho boarders would get poisoned by eating with them, thereby breeding discontent and causing many of the boarders to leave. He also alleges that defendant went to the Los Angeles Gas Company and informed the officers of that company that he was a fraud, and in consequence the meter wos removed and the premises were left without light. Another allegation is that defendant commenced malicious and vexatious suit against plaintiff, attached his property and induced other parlies to seize his furniture, which was sold at a ruinous sacrifice to pay a small balance he owed on it. In consequence of these acts, many of his boarders, among whom were R. H. Ward, C. M. Reed and J. M. Fisher, left, and his business was ruined. He alleges that his damages amounted to $4,500. OIL AND GAS. Tlie Petroleum men Want a Geo* loclr.iil Survey illnde. The oil men of this city have set on foot a movement to have Congress authorize a geological survey of the pe troleum deposits of Southern California. As such a thing would be of incalcuable value to this section where the presence of oil is only found by private specula tion, there is little doubt that there will be a general combination on the propo sition. Prof. Charles Ashburner has not been heard of during the past week, but is believed to be still pursuing his labors in the Santa Paula district. Oil men here say that it is pretty nearly cer tain that he is out here in the interests of the Westinghouse oil syndicate of Pennsylvania. Mr. Asburnor will re turn to this city before leaving for the East, as several tempting offers have been made to him by local capital to do some experting in and and around the city. (lulcker Time East. The adoption again by the C. & A. of its fast service between Kansas City and Chicago has been followed by a similar move on the part of the Burlington, and commencing on Sunday, the C. B. & Q. started a fast daily service between the points named, making the run in four teen and a half hours, or fifteen minutes faster tlian that made by the Alton. There can be no doubt that the other roads will follow the lead of the Alton and Burlington, and in -the case of the Wabash it is stated that this road will join the others in a few days. The other roads are not yet ready, but the local agents express the opinion that the whole system of Chicago-Kansas City lines will join, but no danger of a fight nor any cut of rates is apprehended by any one. Depot Joltings. Mr. A. Warner, the ex-excursion man ager of the Santa Fe, has returned from Chicago. Messrs. A. N. Towne and C. P. Hunt ington have started from the City of Mexico for Los Angeles. One hundred carloads of coals are being received in the city daily from San Pedro by the Southern Pacific. Mr. Williamson Dunn, the Santa Fe's able General Agent, is out making his rounds in the orange districts. Mr. Harry Lantz, of the Treasurer's Department of the California Central, in this city, will leave in a few days for Denver, where he has accepted an ap pointment with the Denver and Rio Grande. Pullman Passengers. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for San Francisco and the East: By the 1:20 p. it. train —Mr. Norton, W. E. Walker, S. Speyer, C. O. Newton, G. Peek-, Mr. Rudge, Mrs. Foster, M. Ross, S. M. Jones, Mr. Knickerbocker, Mr. Mellin, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Adams, A. L. Lincoln, S. F. Sherman, W. F. Diss, C. H. Simpkins, J. D. Hooker, Mr. McCollum. By the 10:20 p. m. train—W. E. Walker, Mr. Flood, S. O. Brown, B. H. Case, J. B. Branch, W. N. Cowles, Mr. Muller, — Thayn, Mr. Redmond, S. Englander, Mr. Jewett, A. Pelterson, F. E, B. Bryant, Mrs. Leiter, J. Haverley. Marriage Licenses. The following licenses to wed were issued by the County Clerk yesterday: Alva J. Bradley, a native of Michigan, and Minnie R. Chase, a native of Minne sota. Frederick Jacob Huber, a native of Switzerland, and Mary Amelia Zettel, a native of Illinois. Use Rrown's llroncblal Troches fbr Coughs, Colds and all other throat troubles, —"Pre-eminently tho best."— Rev. Henry Ward Reeeher. Cherry, Mahogany. And othor stains and varuisboi, at P. H. Mathews', Second and Los Angeles. Telephone 1025 - The Best and Lightest Bread Is made from Grown Flour. Beecham's Pills aot like magic on a weak ■tomacb. I Children Cry for. Pitcher's Castoria. J THE FLAG COTTAGE. Witnesses Who do not Want to Appear In the Case. It is expected that the case involving the Flag Cottage, which comes up for trial this week, will prove quite interest ing if it is possible to obtain the witnesses who are on the subpuiaas. The officers of Justice Savage's Court yeoterday were out with the subpienas for a long list of men whose names are very familiar to the citizens here. It was reported that one man said that he positively would not be in attendance and he would pay the Court fines amounting to a $1,000 before he would obey tbe summons and perhaps bring about a se paration in his family. This was only one instance and it was anticipated yes terday that there will be an absence from the City of many well known men when the day for trial arrives. Some of the witnesses have expressed a hope that the case will be compromised so that their names will not be brought out in connection with the Cottage. Do not fail to attend tbe great bank rupt auction' sale of fine cloaks, wraps, etc., at Beeson ot Rhoades' salesrooms, commencing Tuesday, March 12th; goods must sell. Ben. O. Rhoades, Auctioneer. The greatest good to the greatest number is what the Grand Republic Cigarros and Jjuffos are doing for the people. At Joe Poheim's, the Tailor. Commencing January 12th, I will make suits to order at a genuine reduction of 10 per cent, to my original pr f 25 per cent., this reduc tion to contin sixty days only. 49 and 51 South Sprlu street, 2G3 North Main street. Consumption Surely Cured. To the Editor:—Please inform yonr readers that 1 have a positive remedy for Consumption. By its timely rise thoussndi of hopeless oases have been permanently cured 1 t nail be glad to send two bottles of my remedy frek to any of your readers who h*ve consumption if they will send me their Kxprcss aud P. O. Address Respectfully, T. A. BLOUUM, M. 0., ISI Pearl st., N. Y. The word Buffo means a good smoke—Buffet a car for sleeping aud eating, Bulfoou a comic clown or actor. Tnerefore, smoke Buffos; four for ten cents, and in reach of all. Try them. Dealers and Consumers of Beer Will find it to their advantage to call on Phila delphia Brewery, Allso street, for tho best lager or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per doien, if bottlos returned. Dolivored to any part of the oity. Telephone 91. The Vienna Bakery Makes a specialty of ice-cream, wedding cakes and serving suppers for balls, parties, etc. The largest, neatest and cheapest dining-rooms on the coast. Open all night. The smoker's psradise—if yon want to get there, buy a cox of liraud Republic Cigarros or Buflbß See Our $9.80 All-Wool Suits. We are not running tlie town but we are run ning the Clothing Business of this City. E. Adams, 15 S. Spring St. Tho Light Running "Domestic" agency has removed to 207 South Spring street. There Is No Place Like Home. but what is home without Crown Flour. "Paint your buggy for #1," at P. H. Mathews. Join the procession and come to the fro A rand Republic Cisarros orßuil'os are what i.lt c knowing ones smoke. Everybody Uses Crown Flour. Samples free at grocers. Geo. O. Ford and J. B. Myer Have purchased the Catalina Hotel, Entire wheat flour, a boon to invalids, can be had at Jevne'n. Two Positive Bargains —IN — PIANOS ! A $1,000 SQUARE GRAND ARION PIANO, Good as New $226. A $1,000 New Cabinet Grand Upright, Mahogany Case, Good as New $325. At 218 South Main Street. f24tf B. O. ISIEDT & CO.. Manufacturers of and Dealers In Pure : Ground : Bone. IP YOU WANT YOUR Chickens to Lay And be Healthy, feed them Crushed Bone and Bone Meal. OFFICE AND WAREROOMS— 34 EAST SECOND ST. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. 117 lm 38 North Main Street, LOS ANGELES. GONORRHEA, GLEET and all unnatural discharges promptly and privately cured. SYPHILIS permanently eradicated with out mercury, SEMINAL WKKKNESS, loss of sexual power, Varicocele, skin and bladder diseases are cured for life. No experimenting. Both sexes consult in confidence. Those residing st a distance may be cured at home. Call or address Dk. White's Medical DISPCNSABY, 38 N. Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. mlOOm NAUD'S WAREHOUSE, It. G. Wbtbb, Proprietor. Ct R AIiN, WOOL —AND— General merchandise Warehouse. Advances made on wool. BTOBA9H, COMMIBBION AND INSOBAWOE. Agents for all kinds of Agricultural Imple ments. Wholesale and retail dealers In Im ported and Domestic Wines, Brandios and Whiskies. 634 to fiGfl Alameda street. m!2-tf 8. A. WIUIMHii, 28 N. main St., —FACTORY AGENT FOB— Babyßuggies.etc. FOR mU ONLY! A POSITIVE Senegal Ind NERVOTO DEBILITI'i riTTTJ T Weakness of Body and Mind: Effects \j U XV Xl of Errors or Excesses in Old or Young. Urn uSh fr.,m it 51.1r., Ttrrllorl... .n,l »„rol«n( cu,,(r ... Wed) free. Addr... ERIE MEDliiAt CO., lIIFFAIO, N. Y. JaO eod&wkly AUCTION SALES. General Auction Mart. BEESON & RHOADES, AUCTION, Storage S» Commission. Peremr>tary Bales ot New and Second-Hand Furniture WEDNESDAY, MARCH IS, and SATURDAY, MARCH 10, At 10 A. H. and 2 p. h. Liberal cash advancei made on consignments. Outside sales made on application. IIEN U. RHOADES, Auctioneer. ja S-tf Great Auction Sale —or— Elepot Cloaks, Wraps, etc. BEESON & RHOADES Will sell at their Salasroom, No. 119 and 121 West Second street, Conimeucliisr on Tuesday, Harsh 12, At 10 o'clock A. H„ And continue nntll all sold, TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OP LADIES, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS AND SUITS, SHAWLS AND JER SEYS, CLOTH WRAPS, PLUBH WRAPS, JACKETS, BA'IHINO SUITS, MOUAIR DUSTERS. PLUSH SACQUES, RUBBER GOSSAMERS, And an endless variety of other garment* worn by ladies, misses and children. The entire lot must be sold at once. ALL GOODS NEW AND STYLISH. Nothing will be misrepresented and goods sold on their merits. Sale positive. Ladies are especially Invited, and pains will be taken to see that all are seated. BEN ♦». RHOADES, m 9 it Auctioneer. Auction Sale —OP— FINE FURNITURE. BEESON & RHOADES WILL (ELL AT No. 133 Temple Street, ON MONDAY, MARCH 11th, Commencing at 10 a. st, sharp, All the furniture in this 9-room bouse, con sisting ol one elegant parlor set, nearly new; fine carpets, bedroom sets, tables, chairs, dishes, silverware, bed clcthes, curtains, aud, in fact, everything in this well-furnished house. Goods nearly new and tale positive. Ladies invited. HEN O. RHOADES. Auctioneer. mB-4t H.H. MATLOCK & SON, Auction, and Commission House, 141 BOUTH SPRING STREET, Will cell ou Saturday? march lßtli, at 2 P. M. New and. Second Hand FURNITURE, Consisting of handsome bedroom set of differ ent kinds, parlor sets, dining-room, bedroom, and kitchen furniture. Carpets, etc ; abou everything wanted for housekeeping. Must and will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder. j6-3m 11. 11. il .VTI.iM X, Auctioneer. CARLTON HOTEL, PASADENA. Closing Out Furniture A-UOTIOIsT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13th, Commencing at 10 a. m. The Furniture to be offered consists of: Parlor and Bedroom Sets, Chairs, Tables, Silverware, Crockery, Glassware, Carpets, Lace Curtains, Table and Bed Linen, Gas Fixtures, Cooking Range, KITCHEN AND BAKERY OUTFIT, BOILER PUMP, ETC., ETC. Much of the Linen is new. Sale will be held in the spacious din ing-hall, and continued until all is sold. Seats provided and special attention liaid to the comfort of ladies. £S«T~Dea]erri and hotel men attend. C. A. St .H M:it A CO., Auctioneers, 04 North Main street, mlo-4t LOS ANGELES. gHQVWaKIBKMiIW'g Theso caps can be found at the following Druggists: O. E. Fullerton, C. H. Hance, Thompson & Co., II Germain, E. Williams, Bean & fargent, Wredo & Buehler. Blackman & Gilford, Mouth Bide Pharmacy, 109 S. Main st. Dr. J. M. Harris. Boyle Heights. fl9 12m d&w ■LAN KINK HOUSES. QAUTORNIA BANK, Cor. Fort and Second sts.. Lot Angeles Subscribed Capital SRoOO.Of* Paid np Capital ssoo.ooc Surplus $20,000 directors: Hervey Lindley, J. 0. Kays, ■. W. Jones Juan Bernard, J. Frankenfleld. H. G. Newhall President H. C. Witmer Vice-President T. 3. Weldon. Cashier. J. M. Witmer, Assistant Cashier. • General Banking and Exchange Business transacted. jy4 4m FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANK OF LOS ANGELES, CAL. Isaias W. Hrllmak President L. O. Goodwin Vice-President Capital (paid upj - - $500,000, Surplus and Reserve Fund 750,000. Total, - - - - $1,250,000. DIRECTORS. O. W. Chllds, C. E. Thorn, Jose Mascarel, J B. Lankershlm. C. Ducommun, Philippe Gar nler, L. C. Goodwin, L. L. Bradbury, Isaias W. Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. Chllds, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gar nler, J .ines B. Lankershlm, T. L. Duque, Jose Mafcarel, Chas. Ducommun, Andrew Glassell, Cameron E. Thorn, Domingo Amestoy, Lotus Polaski, L. C. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker, L. J. Rose, Frank Leoouvrenr, Oliver H. Bliss, Sarah J. Lee, Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne Jacob Kuhrts. Isaias W. Hellman. ml gECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND Tn VST CO Capital, $200,000 00. 40 S. Main Street, Los Angeles, Cal. STOCKHOLDERS. Isaias W. Hellman, O. W. Chllds, Eugene Germain, B. A. Fleming, F. N. Myers, J. F. Sartori, T. L. Duque J. A. Graves. I. C Daly, Morris S. Hellman. Thomas Meredith, Samuel Polaski, John P. Moran, J. L Cherry. Nathan Weil, Isldor Polaski, W. M. Caswell, R. Y. Mc- Bride, James H. Shanklaud, John H. Bartle, G. W. Perkins, J. T. Moore, A. J. Brown, President Fourth National Bank of Grand Rapids, M. B. Shaw, Marinus Ampersee, Josie C. Thompson of Kalamazoo, Mich. 5 per cent Interest Paid an Deposits. Money loaned on ranches and city property at lowest rates of interest. Bonds and mortgages bought and sold. Savings deposits solicited. Call for by-laws. fl7-lm JjoS ANGKI^i~COONTTIsANKi 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 Cashiet DIRECTORS: H. L. Macneil, Jotham Blxby, John E. Plater, Robert S. Baler, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Preacott, Geo. H. Stewart. Buy and Bell Exchange on Ban Fran Cisco, New York. London, Paris, Berlin and Frankfort Buy Exchange on all parts of tho United State* and Europe. Receive Money on open account and ■ er tiflcate of deposit, and do a general bank, as and exchange business. JjIIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. RESERVE $205,000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. E. F. BPENCE... Presfdont J. D. BICKNKLL Vice-President. J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. B. SHAFFER Assistant Cashier Directors—E. F. Spence, J. D. BickneU, 8. H Mott, Wm. Lacy, J. t. Crank, H. Mabury J. M. Elliott. ml rjIHE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES No. 119 New High street. CAPITALSTOCX PAID OP - • ■ • $100,000 R. M. WIDNKY- - . - President GEO. L.ARNOLD .... Cashier GEO. BINSABAUGH, - ■ Teller directors: R. M. Widhhy, Chas. A. Wabnek. D. O. Miltimoki C. M. Wells. ' 8. W, Littlb, L. J. P. Morrill, D. R. Rislev. Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with interest payable semi annually, are offered to investors of $250 and npwards. aug9-tl QOTTHERN CAIJFORNIA NATION AX BANK NADEAU BLOCK. L. N. BREED President WM. F BOSBYSHHLL Vice-President C. N. FLINT Cashier Paid-in Capital $200,000 Surplus 20,000 Authorized Capital 600,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A Barclay, Charles E. Day, E. C. BosbysheU, M. Hagan, Frank Radcr. Louis Gottschalk, D. Remick, Tbos. Goss, William F. BosbysheU. ang24-tt ANGELES SAVINGS BANK~i 130 NORTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL $100,000 L. C. GOODWIN President W. M. CASWELL Secretary I. W. Hellman, John E. Platrs, Robert S. Baker, John A. Paxton, L. C. Goodwin. Term deposits will be received In sumsol $100 and over. Ordinary doposits in sums ol $10 and over. Money to loan on first-class real estate. Los Angeles, July 1. 1884. mltf ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, Cob. First and Spring Sts. Capital $500,000 00 Subplusand Undivided Profits. 50,000 00 Total $550,000 00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President JOHN BRYBON, Sb Vice-President. F. C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Dr. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Markhak. Perby M. Gbren, John Bryson, Sr., Db. H. Sinsabaugh, F. 0. Howes, GEOBGE H. BONSBBAKJi. Exchange for sale on all the principal citlei of the United States and Knrope. JyB SAN PKDKO "WINERY, Wino Grower, Manufacturer of and Dealer in NATIVE WINES AND BRANDIES. H. BOETTCHEH, cor. of San Pedro and Jefferson sts., Los Angeles, Cal. m 7 2m BAKER IRON WORK& 542-561 Buena Vista St., Los Angeles. Adjoining Sonthern Pacific Ground Imw. COOKE & co^T -WHOLESALE- Paper Dealers and Bookbinders, 109 North Eos Angeles Street, sLOB ANGELES, CAL. ]3tl Ol X OOLCfflr). DAILY AND WEEKLY HERALD! THE Leading Paper OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, Devotes la columns to furthering the Intuit— of Lo* Angeles City an a County, and the southern portion of the State. 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