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ORANGE COUNTY TAXES.
What the Grangers Will Have to Pay. OUR AUDITOR'S) ESTIMATES. The Tax-Payers Will Be Mulcted to the Tnne of From S+to 86 ou the $100. The 111 km n has several times com mented on the enurmons taxes the prop erty holders of the new county of Orange will have to pay in the event of two thirds of the electors of the district vot ing for the bill creating the county. In answer to numerous letters from citizens of the territory embraced within the boundaries of Orange county, this jour nal printed yesterday in detail the ex penses of maintaining a county of the fifteenth class. It was the desire of the writer to be as conservative as possible when estimates had to be relied on instead of fixed data. The net result showed that it would require a rate of $3 tax to the $100 of valuation on a total of $8,000,000, the amount of property in the proposed Orange county according the figures of Assessor Mason for last year. It has generally been held that said valuation was too high, and even the Assessor is of the opinion that his estimates were at least high enough. TUB AUDITOR'S ESTIMATE. Yesterday the Auditor and his depu ties, with several of the Supervisors, spent some time in going over the Mat of official and other expenses, with the re sult of "raising the Hkuald man out of his boots," as the sports have the phrase. It is the deliberate judgment of these gentlemen that the rate cannot be les than $4, and is likely to run up to $0. This is quite in accord with the fears of many tax-payers in the new county who two or three weeks ago said to a Herald reporter, while down the country, that they would be obliged to pay $4 to $6 on the $100 on their property. The Auditor and Super visors figure but $4 surely, and they state that they tried so hard to be conservative that they think they did not get more than 00 per cent, of what the taxes will really reach to. Here follow the figures as worked out by the officials in question at yesterday's meeting: Great Register $1,500 Election 1,500 Blank books 5,000 Postage 200 Medical services 300 Merchandise and burying dead 500 Printing and advertising 2,000 Sent of county offices 3,000 Sundries 3,000 Janitors 900 Justices of Peace : 7,000 Constables 7,000 Jury and witness fees 4,000 Mans 10,000 Maintaining hospital and poor farm . 15,000 Roads and bridges 15.000 Schools and school bouses 50,000 County Clerk aud Deputies 3.000 Sheriff and Depstios 0,000 Feeding prisoners 3,600 Recorder and Deputies 4,000 Auditor and Deputies 750 Treasurer 2,000 Tax Collector aud Deputies 750 Assessor and Deputies 5 000 Diitrict Attorney and Deputies 2,000 Coroner 1,000 Superintendent of Schools 2,200 Surveyor 1.000 Supervisors 2,500 Copy of records 50,000 Expense in forming new county 10,000 State tax 75,000 Superior Court 4,000 Total $298,700 The total represents the amount that will have to be raised by taxation each year. The Valuation. It has been rather emphatically al leged that the value of the new county, according to the figures of last year, waß $13,000,000. A great deal of crimination has been heaped on a portion of the press of Los Angeles, and particularly on the Herald for claiming that this esti mate was erroneous. All sorts of charges were made in this regard. The pro moters of the new county are anxious, of course, to make the people believe that their taxes will be less, or at least not greater, than they now are. In some cases these office-seekers have not been very scrupulous as to how they were to gain their ends. To show how near the truth the Herald has been all the way through this, and how far awry are the statements of some of those de siring to hold office were as to the value of the property in the county, the follow ing from the Auditor's office are sub mitted : The total value of the property, accord cording to the Assessor's figures for 1888, was $9,500,000. Deducting the 15 Ssr cent reduction ordered by the State oard of Equalization, $1,500,000, leaves $8,000,000. Round numbers are taken to avoid complicated calculations. The only fair way to calculate the expenses of the new county is to take the valuation of last year as a base. On this $8,000,000, $4 in the $100 will give $320,000. Above are given expenses running up to nearly $300,000. In these estimates no provi sion is made for public buildings. Nor is any made for any funded debt of any sort. Only 7 justices of the peace and only the same number of constables are provided for. Each township is entitled to two constables. Right there add $7,000. But seven townships will not satisfy the people of the new county. It will be found that there will be nearly a ecore of such subdivisions setup. The new county is simply a scramble for offices, and of course the outlying districts will be aDxious to stand in in the game. Again the assessment of property now being made is likely to be very considerably lower than that of last year. That is, if the valuation is made by the officials of the old county. If the new county is erected the figures will have to be raised instead of lowered. Then, in theabove estimate, the expenses of making the Great Register are set at $1,500. Experts in the county offices here say that will cost $5,000. The cist of copying the records is put at $50,000. It is the opinion of the best abstractors of the city that this will cost $100,000. By the Herald's figures yesterday it will cost twenty cents on the $100 of valua tion to pay interest on the necessary bonds which the new county will have to issue. The election expenses above are set at $1,500. Those who have had charge of such things here say it will cost $3,000. The fiscal year of the old connty ends June 30, 1889. At that date the treas ury of the county will be depleted, and there will be a deficit of $150,000. To cover this, bonds will be sold. The bonded debt of the county will then be $831,000, of which the new county will have to assume about one-twelfth, or nearly $70,000. The property owned by the county in its present shape will not be put at more than *SDO 000. of which the share of the new'county will be about $40,000. She THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 29. 1839, will therefore owe Los Angeles county nearly $30,000. Setting all these figures together, and it will appear that the new county will be assessed at from $5 to $6 on the $100 of an $8,000,000 valuation. PRESENT debts. To this must be added special school bonds already outstanding against cer tain districts in the limits of the pro posed County of Orange. These amount to $103,658.. The interest must be paid, and provision must be made for the principal. The city of Santa Ana has $40,500 of these school bonds out against her. In her case about 00 cents on $100 will have t» be added for this purpose. The result of the conference of the officials was the conclusion in which all shared that the taxes must run at over $4 on the $100; that they are more likely to run to $5; that they may reach $6, and that in incorporated cities and districts against which school bonds are outstanding the rates for all purposes will be over $7. Here is just where the matter stands. It is the business of the property holders of the new county to decide at the polls whether or not they will saddle themselves with this incubus, and quad ruple their taxes in order to confer tho honors and emoluments of office on a few ambitious politicians. THE BUNCO CASE. A Continuance Uranted Until this Afternoon. A good many people went to Justice Lockwood's Court yesterday to hear the examination of the sure-thing men, Hood, White and Rose, who are charged with having operated a bunco game to the great financial disadvantage of Hon. John B. Haskins, of New York. The first charge, that of having conspired to defraud, had been set for 9 :30 in the morning. This complaint was withdrawn and another to the same effect, but more satisfactorily worded, was substituted in its stead. This was set for trial at 9:30 this morning. An effort was made by the attorneys for the defense to have the examination set for a later time, but the Court was in favor of expediting matters as much as possible and saw no reason why the request for continuance should be granted. The other charge, that of fraudulently winning at play, had been set for 1:30 in the afternoon. The courtroom was crowded and the hall without was filled with people who were anxious to learn of the progress of the case. Upon the reading of the complaint, Mr. Peyton demurred to the complaint, on the ground that no such crime as that specified was mentioned in the Code. This was on behalf of Hood and Rose. A second motion was made in favor of Rose alone on the ground that he had beon included in the complaint, although it was merely alleged that he was cog nizant of the crime. Both these motions were denied. Major Mitchell demurred on behalf of White, on the same grounds as those offered by the othor two clients by their attorneys. This was also denied by the Court, and the trial ordered to proceed. A motion was then made by all the at torneys for the defense for a continuance. Affidavits were prepared, during a recess of the Court granted for that purpose, by the three defendants and their attorneys, in which it was set forth that immed iately upon their arrest the defendants were thrown into jail, and refused the opportunity of conversing with their attorneys, and were kept there for about forty-eight hours. The lawyers on thefr part asserted that they had had no opportunity to study into the case aud got lheir witnesses together. After a considerable amount of discus sion the continuance was finally granted until 1:30 to-day. Mr. Peyton com plained that this was no advantage what ever, as the other case came on in the morning, but the Court suggested that preparation for one was also good for the other and he proposed to move things along as rapidly as was consistent with justice. COURT RULES. A New Set Adopted by the Superior Judges. Rules which will go into effect on April Ist in all the Superior Courts in this city, were announced in Departments Nos. 3 and 4 of the Court yesterday, and it was stated that the general calendar for all civil causes will be called for tho setting of cases for the coming session in De partment No. 1 on Monday next at 11 a. m. The rules provide that the Depart ments will be presided over as follows: No. 1, Judge W. A. Cheney; No. 2, Judge W. H. Clark; No. 3, Judge W. P. Wade; No. 4, Judge W. Van Dyke; No. 5, Judge Lucien Shaw and No. 6, Judge J. W. McKinley. One.half of all the criminal causes and mater, all probate business and one sixth of all civil actions in law and equity has been assigned to Departments one and two to be ap portioned by the Judges. Two-thirds of all civil matters at law and in equity has been assigned to departments three and four. One-half of all criminal causes and matters, and one-sixth of all civil actions in law and equity, all appeals, summary proceedings for real estate, proceedings in condemnation and in solvency, and contests of election has been assigned to Departments five and six. Mondays are set aside as law-and motion daysin all the courts. These rules will be printed and dis tributed among the lawyers so that they may be studied before they go into effect. fflrs. (jilluiore's Will. The will of Mrs. Lucy Gilmore was filed for probato yesterday in the Su perior Court. Mrs. Gilmore left an es tate valued at $128,240, and appoints her son, F. J. Gilmore, executor without bonds. The will bequeathes $8,000 to her niece, Mrs. Nellie C. Richards, but provides that the money shall be invest ed by F. J. Gilmore, who shall pay the income over to Mrs. Richards in monthly installments until her death, when it will be divided between Charles G. and F. J. Gilmore, share and share alike. The balance of the estate is to go to Charles G. and F. J. Gilmore, share and share alike, and the share of Charles G. is to be held in trust by Fred. J. Gilmore, and upon the death of Charles G. Gil more, his share is to go to his wife and her children. Patadena Liquor l aw. John Senich, who was fined $100 for violating the liquor law in Pasadena, tried to release himself by means of a writ of habeas corpus, which was heard before Judge Shaw yesterday. After listening to the argument by the counsel on both sides, Judge Shaw remanded Senich to the custody of the Sheriff, virtually deciding that the ordinance pro hibiting the sale of liquor was valid. Santa Ca'allna Island, for a vacation, the.best in the world. Children Cry for.Pitcher'sJJastoricU GRANITE WORKS. l.os Angeles Olarble and Granite Company. The quarries of this company are lo lated at Declezville, San Bernardino ccunty, near Cucamonga. These quar ries have been recently opened up, and are equipped with all of the latest appli ances and improvements and machinery, including drills, lalhes, hoisting appara tus, derricks, polishers, etc. A side-track has been built from the main line of tho S. P. R. R., giving them every facility for shipping goods direct to any point. The quality of the granite produced from these quarries is most superb, excelling anything now known in the United States, in beauty of grain, color, finish, and the manner of taking a polish. There is a perfect absence of staiDS and faults, and a block of any size can be gotten out. For monumental work, this stone should attain a high place. The use of a coarse and inferior granite is no longer neces sary, as an examination of this granite will convince the most scrupulous. The Government building at El Paso, Texas, will, without doubt, be constructed of this stone, and many monuments, vaults, etc., have been constructed with this granite already. And the grand monu ment to be erected by the Southern Pa cific mechanics, in memory of A. J. Stevens, formerly General Master Me chanic, will probably be of this stone. The quarries are owned and operated by Mr. P. Beaudry and Wm. Declez of this city. F. W. Wood is Secretary of the Company. City yard at 12 N. Los An geles street, and the business office at 48 N. Spring street. Samples may be seen at the yard on Los Angeles street. A. Phillips & Co. Were notified by the Chicago and Alton Railway Company, yesterday, that here after they will be" furnished Pullman Tourist Sleepers for their parties through from California to Boston and from Bos ton to California, without charge. Office 44 N. Spring street. At Auction. Saturday, March 30th, corner Fort and Second streets, 10 a. m. pharp, one fine Jersey cow, registered in Herd Book, and a fine milker. Ben O. Riioades, Auctioneer. The Savings Department of the State Loan and Trust Company, Bryson-Bone brake building, will be open every Satur day evening from 7 to 9 o'clock, and every day from 10 to 3 o'clock. Orange 6ocial, by Trinity Methodist Church, will be given Friday, March 28th, at 7:30 p. m., on Fort street, near Fifth. Santa Catalina Island. Catalina Island, as a pleasure resort, is appre ciated only by those who have experienced a day's fishing, a moonlight ride on the beautiful bay, a bath in the refreshing water, or a tramp across the hills with a rifle. In failing to visit this wonderful place, with the attractions that have been added through the enterprise of Ford & Myer, who have re fitted the hotel and incressed the boating and bathing facilities, you surely make a terrible mistake. The hotel is now open. The new Bteamer Hermosa Is making regular trips as per schedule. See advertisement. Hotel Lincoln. This Is one of the belt family hotels in the city; situated on the corner of Hill and Second stree's; has a commanding location, with all modern improvements. The house has been leased by Mr. Thomas Pascoe, whose reputation as a hotel man is known all over the Coast. He has for the past fifteen years conducted hotels In Colorado. Montana and Caliiornla, and latterly opened and successfully ran the Clifton House in this city for three years. His friends will be pleased to know that he is located at the Lincoln. The Flower Festival Society has upon its list of booth managers many of its old time friends. Mrs. Amy Brown and Mrs. H. L. Hazard will make a sure success of the confectionery booth, as will Mrs. J. C Ncwtou of the ice cream de partment. Gordan Bros., 22 S. Spring St. Artistic tailoring. The finest assortment of suitings in tbe city. At Rice's This Week. A good parlor suit lor $20. Qasoline stoves, cost $22, for $10 Nice, almost new, ash bad-room sets that cost $30, for $10. Mahogany setF, cost $40, for $20. Improved walnut sets for $16, worth $28. Mirrors, glassware, crockery ware, tinware, ranges below any possible price elsewhere. Japan tea, 15 cents; Kuglish breakfast tea, worth 75 cents, for 30 cents. Get prices at Rice's for everything In house keeping, 328 and 330 South SpriDg street. Rice's Supply Stokes. Oh, What a Cough. Will you heed the warning. The signal per haps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease, Consumption. Ask yourselves if you can afford for the sake of saving 58 cents, to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will Cure your Cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottle* were sold the past year. It relieves Croup and Whooping Cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For Lame Back, Side or Chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Sold by C. F. Heiuzeman. California Cat-R-Cure. The only guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal deaf ness and sore eves. Restore tne sense of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from ca tarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow direc tions aud a cure is warranted, by all druggists. Send for circular to ABIETINE MEDICAL COMPANY, Orovillo. Cal. Six mouths treat ment $1; by mail, $1.10. For sale by C. H, Hance. Dissolution. The partnership between Mesdamos Beeman <St Anderson is dissolved by mutual consent. The business is continued by Mrs. Anderson, who will collect all debts due the firm, at L.-1 South Spring street. Los Angeles, March 20, 1839. Four Cents Per Day Secures a policy of $5,000 and $25 per week indemnity in the Capital Accident Company. Herhert C. Parks State Manager, Los Angeles, S. Conradi's Removal. S. Conradl, tbe Jeweler, has removed from 10 South Main street to 21 North Spring street, near corner of Franklin. Try the Monarch Paint, The only absolutely pure lead, oil and zinc paint iv the city. For sale by J. M. Blackburn, 310 South Spring street. Go to S. M. Perry's For anything you want in the way of gas fix tures, plumbing goods, etc. No. 30 South Main St. Bath tubs made to order. Sherwin-Williams Paint. P. H. Matthews, sole agent, corner Second aud Los Angeles streets. Telephone 10^3. Tufts' Lyon Arms Co. Will remove April Ist from First st. to 40 8. Spring. _____ Finest Coffee and Waffles I At the Toast Foundry, 12 North Spring street. The Best Hair Preparation Is Laux's Quinine Hair Tonic. 208 N. Main. There is no cigar equal to the Grand Republic Clgsrro for tbe money. Five ceuta a piece is all they cost. They are all Havana tobacco. You can buy clothing of Abernethy & Taft, 19 Houth Bprlng street, at 20 per cent, discount for the next twenty days. SEE the fine 840 watch sold by Ilollingsworth in clubs at $1 per week in Installments, do Bouth Spiing street. Catalina Hotel now open. Fishing, hunting, boating and bathing. Hcemouy cures rheumatism. 143 E. First St. 'Taint your buggy for 81," »t P. H. Mathews. AICTIOM RALBI. BEESON & RHOADES, AUCTION, Storage _ E Commission. Peremptory Sales of New and Second-Hand Furniture TUESDAY, MARCH 26, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, and SATURDAY, MARCH 30, At 10 a. M. and 2 p. K. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Outside sales made on application. MEN O. HHOAIIE", Auctioneer. H.H.MATLOCK&SON, : Auction and Commission ! House, 144 SOUTH SPRING STREET, I Will sell on ] Saturday, March SOth, at 2 P. HI. i I NEW AND SECOND-HAND 1 FURNITURE, Consisting of handsome bedroom set of difTer- i eiit kinds, parlor sets, dining-room, bedroom, and kitchen furniture. Carpets, etc.; abou everything wanted for housekeeping. Must and will bo sold without reserve to the highest i bidder. j 6-3 m H. H. ffIATI.IICH, Auctioneer. - GRAND AUCTION! APRIL 2d, at IO A. M., To close ont the entire stock of COLTON'B ! AUCTION HOUSE, 202 South Spring St. The largest stock and greatest variety of goods ever thrown on the market, con- 1 sisting of Parlor Furniture, Lounges, Chiffoniers, Wardrobes, Bedroom Sets in 1 all kinds of wood, Sewing Machines, ; Cooking Stoves, Mirrors, Oil Paintings, Crockeryware, Lumps, Plated Ware of ( all kinds. Sale to commence Tuesday, 1 April 2d, at 10 a. m., and continue until i the entire stock iB sold. Sale positive; t no reserve. Ladies especially invited to • attend. DAN J. COLTON, Auctioneer. gag lm WOOD Anil 1.l IUBUII IAHIIN. CW BCMPHREYS,; LUMBER DEALERS, ! SAN PEDRO ST., NEAR SEVENTH, i l Are selling lumber at the following prices, owing to the removal of the San Pedro-Street Railroad: Rough Oregon Pine, £20 '1., I Rough Redwood, 820 0T.., O. 1 Humboldt Miiuglcs, 82.25 M. Surt Lumber at accordingly iow prices. m5-lm P. 0. Box, 1,235. Telephone, 178. ISf EW HOUSE. Wagon Material, Hardwood, ! Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tools> Cabinet Woods, etc. JOHN WMMORE & CO. 13 and 15 South Eos Angeles Street. ml tf BCHALLEKT-GANAHL EUAIBER COMPANY. MAIN OFFICE AND TABD— Corner First and Alameda Streets, LOS ANGELES, CAL. BRANCH yards— East Los Angeles Lumber Yard, cor. Hot and Water streets. Washington-street Lumber Yard, cor. Washing ton street and Grand avenue, (iarvenza Lumber Yard. Garvanza. ]23tf J, A. Hkndebbon President J. R. Smubb Vloe-Pree. end Treas. Wx.F, Marshall Secretary. southerFcalifornia LUMBER JOMPANY. 1 LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL, Office and yard, 180 East First St., Los Angeles j 19-tf l J. M. Griffith, President. I H. G. Btevenson, Vice-Pros, and Treas. T. E. Nichols, Secy. E. L. Chandler, Bupt J. M, GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS. And Manufacturers of . Doors, Windows, Blinds, Stairs, j Mill work of every description. | 532 N. Alameda St., Eos Angele*. ml-tf KEKCKHOrr-CIJISSEB < Mill and Lumber Company, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Hi JJ M_B E jHI Yards at San Pedro (Wharf), Los Angeles (Main office), Pomoua, Pasadena, Puenta, La manda, Monrovia, Asusa, Glendora, Lords bnrg, Burbank. Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mon rovis. n25-tf "Western Lumber Co. 1 tabd: Cor. Ninth and San Peure Streets. LI'MBEB of all class can behad atthisyard mO-t! B. D. BOZELL. A. BOXBLL. . ROZELL BROS., —DEALERS IN— Lumber and Building: Material. Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts., Telephone No. 745. Los Angeles, Csl, j 15tf PERRY, MOTT & COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MH.LB, No 7C. Commercial Street ml-tf Fort-btreet Paving. Property owners on FORT STREET, between Temple aud Sixth, are hereby notified that the assessments for paving aro due and payable IMMEDIATELY at the office of the Bituminons Lime Rock Paving and Improvement Com pany, No. 134 West Second street m 23 7t O. A, DOBINSON, Secretary, I BANKINb HOI NEK. |UIJWSNIA DANK, Cor. Fort and Second Sts., Angeles Subscribed Capital S>soo 00* Psiil up Capit.nl $30(Loot Surplus $20,00 C DIRECTORS: Heryey Lindley, J. C. Kays, E. w. Jouei Juan Bernard, J. Fraukouflold. H. G. Newhall President H. C. Wltmer Vice-President T. J. Weldon, Cashier. J. M. Wltmer, Assistant Cashier. Goneral Banking and Exchange Business transacted. jy< (m FARMERS' AND MERCHANTS' BANE OF LOB AKQELES, CAL, Isaias W. Hellman President L. C. Goodwin Vice-President Capital (paid up; - - $500,000, Surplus and Roserye Fund 750,000. Total, - $1,250,000. DIRECTOE3. 0. W. Childs, C. E. Thorn, Jose Mascarel, J B. Lankershlm C. Dncommnn, Philippe Gar nler, L. C. Goodwin, L. L. Bradbury, Isaias W. Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS. 0. W. Childs, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gar tner, J imes B. Lankershlm, T. L. Duque, Jose Mai-care], Chas. Ducommun, Andrew Glassell, Cameron E. Thorn, Domingo AmestOy, Louis Polaski, L. C. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker, L. J. Rose, Frank Leeouvreur, Oliver H. Bliss, Sarah J. Lee. Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Heune Jacob Kuhrts, Isaias W. Hellman. ml gECUEITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. 40 8. Main Street. Los Angeles, Cal. Capital, $200,000.00. F. N. Mvkrs, 8, A. Fleming, J. F. Sartori, President. Vice-President. Cashier. STOCKHOLDERS—Isaias W. Hellman, O. W. Childs, Eugene Germain, 8. A. Fleming, F. N. Myers. J. F. Sartori, T. L. Duque, J. A. Graves, J. C. Daly, Morris 8. Hellman, Thomas Mere dith, Samuel Polaski, Join P. Moran, J. L. Cherry, Nathan Weil, Isidor Polaski. W. M. Caswell, R. Y. Mcßride. James H. Shankiand, John H. Bartle, G. W. Perkins, A. J. Brown President Fourth National Bank of Grand Rapids, M. B. Shaw. 5 per cent Interest Paid on Deposits. Money loaned on ranches and city property at lowest rates of interest. Bonds and mortgages bought and sold. deposits solicited. ml7-12m ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Temple Block, Los Angeles, cal. Capital Stock Paid Up. $100,000. Reserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN E. PLATES President R. 8. BAKER Vice-President GEO. H. STEWABT Csihlei DIRECTORS: H. L. Macnell, Jotham Blxby, John E. Plater, Robert B. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescott, Geo. H. Stewart. Bny and Bell Exchange ou 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 banklni and exchange business. JjUKST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. RESERVE $205,000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. E. F. SPENCE President J. D. BICKNELL Vice-President J. M. ELLIOTT Csshlei G. B SHAFFER Assistant Cashier Directors—E. F. Spence, J. D. Blcknell, 8. H Mott, Wm. Lacy, J. F, Crank, H. Mabury J. M, Elliott ml fJIHE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS AN GELEB No. 119 New High street. cafitalstoce paid dp - - ■ • $100,000 R. M. WIDNEY- • - ■ President GEO. L. ARNOLD • • • Csshlei GEO. BIN3ABAUGH, - • Telle! dibsctobs: R, M. WinuiT, Chas. A. Wabneb. D. O. Miltihoci C. M. Wblls. S. W. Little, L, J. P. Morrill, D. R. Bisley. Eight per cent, bonds secured by first mort gage on real estate, with interest payable semi annually, are offered to investors of $250 and npwarda. aug9-tl SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEAU BLOCK. L. N. BREED . Presldenf WM. F. bosbyshell Vice-President C. N. FLINT Cashier Paid-in Capital , $200.00^ Surplus 20,000 Authorized Capital 600,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A Barclay, Charles E. Day, B. C. Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader. Louis Gottschalk, D. Remick, Thos. Gobs, William F. Bosbyshell. ang24-t> ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, 130 NORTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL $100,000 L. C. GOODWIN President W. M. CASWELL Sbcbetaby L W. Hellman, John E. Plateb, RobertS. Bauer. John A. Paxton, L. C. Goodwin. Term deposits will be received In sums ol $100 and over. Ordinary deposits in snms ol $10 and over. Money to loan on first-class real estate Lob Angeles, July 1. 1884. mltf ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, Cob. First and Spbinb Sts. Capital $500,000 00 Subplusand Undivided Profits. 50,000 00 Total ..$550,000 00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE President JOHN BRYSON, 8b Vice-President F. C. HOWES Cashier. DIRECTORS. Db. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Mahkham. Perry M. Green, John Bsyson, Sb., Db, H. SiNSABAceH, F. C. Howeh, Gkorsk H. Bonebbakb. Exchange for sale on ail the principal cities of tho United States and Europe. JyB STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, Of Los Angeles, California, February 26,1889. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $1,049,945 63 Expense Account 3,519 76 Banking House and Fixtures .. 178,505 44 cash assets. Government Bonds 560 200 00 Due from Banks and Cash in Safe 945,279 57 $2,737,450 40 LIABILITIES. Capital $ 500,000 00 Surplus 50,000 00 Undivided Profits 22,968 31 National Bauk Notes Outstanding 45,000 00 Deposits 2,119,482 09 m! 4 lm $2.737,450 40 -A ~ E.C.NIEDT&CO. /Ijjjrl Manufacturers of and wmffl Pure Ground Bone, IP YOU WANT YOUR 3_23r3SP Chickens to Lay , And be Healthy, feed them Crushed Bone. OFFICE AND WAREROOMS— 3-4 EAST SECOND ST. ASK YOUR GROCER FOX IT. ml 7 1 MEDICAL. DR. STEINHART'S Essence of Life Sold for 30 years la Europe and on the Pacific Coast. ESSENCE OF LIFE cores permanently the worst cases of nervous debility, physical weak ne s, exhausted vitality, youthful abuses, ex cesses, and the like Diseases of men however induced and no matter bow Inveterate, speed ily, thoroughly and permanently cured by the ESSENCE OF LIFE. PRICBB-*2.50, in liquid or pill torn, or five times the quantity, $10. Call or address— DR STEIN HART, REMOVED TO nr, West First Street, Boons. S, LOS ANGELES, CAL, Orrics nouns—9 a. at. to 4r. sr. Bandar—l* to 1 o'clock. SYPHILIS. Gonorrhoea and skin diseases treated and cared by a graduated specialist. Office hours front 10 to 3, 115K West First street, room 2. A« vlce and treatment by mail. Address, SPE CIALIST. ■ T(TtHE" UNFORTUNATE. < an C^s^ilsslHiflllV* 1 ! 1 11 Sftsforms.SemlnalWeak ness, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent ly oared. The sick and afflicted shonld not fail to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex tensively in Europe' and inspected thoroughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a gross deal of valuable information, which he is 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 ha effects s care. Persons at s distance CUBED 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 Hskald. dlOtf ftft QVyN&KlßKrM^y^ These caps can be found at the following Druggists: G. E. Fullerton, C. B. Hance, Thompson & Co.,H. Germain. E. Williams, Bean A Sargent, Wrede <!i Buehler, Blackrnan & Gifford, South Side Pharmacy, 169 S. Main SL Dr. J. M. Harris, Boyle Heights. - flO 12m d&w 38 North Main Street, LOS AN4iEI.ES, GONORRHEA, GLEET and all unnatural discharges promptly and privately cured. S> CHILIS permanently eradicated with out merfi'Jry, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, loss of sexual power, Varicocele, skin and bladder diseases are cured for life. No experimenting. Both sexes consult in Confidence. Those residing «t a distance may be cured at home. Call or address Dr. White's Medical Dispensary, 38 N. Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. mlOOm drunkhnNEss - Or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by Administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. It can be given In a cup of coffee or lea without tbe knowledge of the person taking it; Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a moderate drinker or an alco holic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made temperate men who have taken Golden Specific In their coffee wlthont their know ledge,,and to-day believe tney quit drink ing of theirdwn free will. IT NEVER FAILS. The system once Impregnated with the Specifle it becomes an utter impossibility for the liqno appetite to exist. For sale by R. W. Ellis 6 Co Druggists, 27 8. Spring St., Los Angeles. mvO-eod-d<fcwkly lv TT'TC'TTTT A floated without M I J™) I II J ,f\ the use of the ■*■ •*-»—'-«■»-# J—«x -a. Knife or deten . tlon from business, also all other diseases of the rectum. Cure guaranteed C. EDGAR sni ■ i ii, in. D., graduate Cleveland Homoeopathic Hospital College 1874. Assistant in '76 and '77 te N. Schneider, Dean and Professor of Surgery in Cleveland College: also Snrgcon of L. 8. & M. 8. R. R. Removed to corner Main and Seventh streets, Robart's block, Los Angeles, Cal. References given. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet. Office hours, 9a.M.to 4 p. T~iT T TT'tC! m. Sundays and holidays I I , IzjlJ excepted. mlstf .jrtßßssSnsW A B 'g ** has given untver- A^m\%Wc nn% to Ral satisfaction in tbe AmWfX to 5 cure of Gonorrhops and JSWoaMsßirlcuurV. 1 * ■ t,le<,t - 1 prescribe it and \\mJm . . feel safe In recommend mm *r«««rw»s , „to s)1 RUfrerent WM T " S C V ttlo^£-- A. J. STO*KR, M.D.. wSSBk Cincinnati,HH3S Decatur 111 I'TtrOE.gl.Ool 8. Id by Druggists. ja!s 18m 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 brought about by indiscre tion and excesses, $1. Dr. Bell's French Wash cures all private discs-es, blood poison, old sores snd ulcers, G. and G., in two or three days, $1. No preparation ou earth equal to it. For sale only at the Berlin Drug More, 40AU son tli Spring at.. Los Angeles, Cal. jl-3m* C6CKLE 7 S~ ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. Tbe Great English Remedy. FOR LIVER, BILE, INDIGESTION. ETO. Free from mercury; contains only pure Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LANGLEY A MICHAELS. San Francisco. ctAwk'vly —THE— Los Aogeles Woolen Mills Are now running snd prepsred to furnish WOOLEN BATS for comforters and top mas tresses. Also to wssh and finish in first-class 1 style all kinds of blankets. Mills oh Pearl street, near Fifth street. m 29 3m NOTICE, THE LOB ANGELES CITY WATER CO. will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'oloek a. St. and 6 and 8 o'clock r. m. For • violation of the above regulation the water will be shnt off and a One of two dollars win be charged before water will be tamed ess •fain, 3