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THE RACKS. The Favorite* Fall te Gome Out Ahead. The attendance at the Agricultural park yesterday afternoon showed a con siderable falling off from the first day of the winter race meeting, in spite of the bright and bracing weather and the promise of a good day's sport, and the management, owing to its utter disregard for time, did not offer much encourage ment to those who were present to re tarn. Still this defect is one which can be easily remedied in future, by starting the first race at the advertised hour and not allowing so much time to elapse be tween the events. The sport taken as a whole was fairly good, though no large fields were presented and the track was Very soggy. Hon. Clifton Bell, the pre siding judge, was assisted, as on the first day, by Captain A. W. Barrett and Mr. "Hank" McGregor, while Nick Covar rnbias and Cy. Mulkey officiated as starter and time-keeper. The following is a summary of the day's events: Vint race—One mile and a sixteenth, for all ages. John Forster's-s. g Naicho B.,3, (Hazlet), 119 pound! 1 Matt 8torm's b. m. Fannie F., 5, (Navice). 114 pounds 2 Keliy 4 Samuels' b. m. Welcome. 5. (Mar shall), 119 pounds 3 JS. J. Baldwin's b. f. Atalanta, 3, (L.Brown), 99 pounds 0 L H. Vignolo's b. 1. Rossmeade, 3, (Scofield), 99 pounds 0 Time. 1;56^. Fools sold: Atalanta, $10; Fannie F„ $5; and the field, $4. Paris mmuals paid: No. 2,198, $9.85. After a delay of nearly twenty min utes, caused by the refractory behavior of Welcome, the quintette went away to a fairly good start, Bosemeade and Fan nie F. iv the lead, and Atalanta lying close, followed by Naicho B. and Wel come. This order was maintained until the half-mile post was reached, when Fannie F. took the lead, with Naicho B. closing up fast. Turning into the straight, Naicho B. came with a ru3h, and coming away from Fannie F., who struggled gamely, won easily by two lengths and a half; two lengths between second and third. Second race—One mile and a quarter, for all ages. Kellr A Samuels' b. b. Ed McGinnis, 5, (Mar shal 1) 112 pounds 1 T. Haziet's b. f. Louise M., 4, (Hazlet) 107 pounds 2 H. E. Rose's b. h. Dan Murphy, 4, (Clifford) 107 pounds 3 Matt Storm's eh. g. Forester, 5, (Pierce) 112 pounds 0 J. D. Dunn's s. h. Four Aces, 4, (Dunn) 107 pounds 0 Time, 2;11%. Pools sold: Louise M., $25; Ed McGinnis, ■20, and the field $5. Paris mutual! paid: Nos. 2,127 and 2,140,54.45 each. Considerable skirmish for a start, and finally the lot got well away, Louise M. and McGinnis in front, followed by Mur phy, Four Aces and Forester, in the order named, passing the stand for the first time. At the quarter Louise and Murphy were several lengths ahead of their field, forcing the pace tremen dously. It was too hot to last, however, and at the half-mile post McGinnis caught np with the pair, and passed them before turning into the straight, romping home an easy winner by four lengths amid wild enthusiasm. Third race—Seven furlongs, heats; tor all ages. T. R. Boss' b, g. Oro, 6 (Haslet), 117 pounds 1 1 C. A Davis' b. h Jack Brady, 6 (Navice), 117 pounds 2 2 B. R. Den's b. h. Othello, 4 (Henaessy), 114 pounds 3 3 O. Walters' b. c Reuo, 3 99 pounds dis. P. Donalech's s. g. Naicho 8., 4 (Hazlet), 117 pounds dis.' Time, 1.32 and 1:35%. PoMs sold: Oro, $15; Jack Brady, $7; and the field, $3. Paris mutuals paid: Nos. 2.188, $3.70; 2,187, 95.70; 89, $3 75; and 4a, $2 85. A straggling start, with Beno badly left, saw them off with Oro and Brady in the lead. At the half mile Brady gained half a length advantage and looked a sure winner, but Oro closed upon him and a slashing finish resulted which was uni formly pronounced a dead heat. The judges, however, ruled otherwise, and gave the heat to Oro by a short head. Othello reached home a bad third, the others being distanced. For the second heat the trio went away to a splendid start, but the pace was two hot for O-hello, who dropped be hind. O/o and Brady raced neck and neck almost until the half mile, when the former took the lead and maintain ing it to the finish won bjth heat and race by two lengths. Today's programme contains three races, all of which should prove interest ing and attract a larger crowd than yes terday. Here are today's entries and last night's pools: First race—Five furlongs, for all ages: D. F. Abel's eh. h. Rondo, a (Hazlet), 120 pounds. T. F. Lynch'a b. g. Sunday, a (Davis), 120 pounds. B. R. Den's b. g. Sid Law, 4 ( ), 120 pounds. G. Lyman's b. h. Painkiller, 4 (Newhall), 120 pounds. Matt Storm's b. m. Fannie F , 4 (Pierce), 115 pounds. N. A. Covarrubias' b. c. Gambo, 3 (P. Brown), 101 pounds. Pools sold: Sunday, $20; Painkiller and Rondo, $8 each; Fannie F„ $4; Gambo and Sid Second race—One mile and seventy yards, for all ages. J. R. Ross' b. g. On, 5 (Hazlet", 124 pounds E. R. Den's b. h. Othello, 3 (Hennejsy), 119 pounds. E. J. Baldwin's b. g. Gladiator, 3 (West), 119 pounds. Kelly & Samuels' b. m. Welcome, 4 (Mar shall), 119 pounds. - JT. D. Dunn's eh. h. Four Aces, 3 (Dunn), 112 pounds. M. Storm's eh. g. Forester, 4 (Pierce), 107 pounds. L. K. Vignolo's b. m. Rosemeade, 3 (3cofield), 99 pounds. Pools sold: Oro, $20; Painkiller and Othc'ls. $4 each; Gladiator and Wuicome, $2 each, and the Field, $1. Third race—One mile, for all ages. C. A. Davis' b. g. Adam, a ( ), 152 pounds. O. A. Davis' eh. h. Jack Brady, 5 (Navlce), 152 pound". Cy Mulkey's eh. g. Tom Dily, 6 (Newhali), 152 pounds. G. Walters' b. h. ;Beno, 3 (Clifton), 132 pounds. Pools sold: Davis' stable, $20; Tom Daly, 914 ; Keno, $2. PUBLIC WORKS. Tne Tour of tne Hoard About tne city-. The Board of Public Works yesterday looked about the city to see what is needed in the way of improvements of streets. A petition had been received asking that Ninth street from Main to Grand avenue be macadamized with por phyry. The street was inspected, and it was found that the rains had left it in a bad condition for travel. It was inform ally decided to allow the people to macad amize. The matter of opening Flower Btreet from Washington street to Jefferson was considered, A map prepared by the City Engineer was examined, and the proposed route inspected. It was found that while several houses will have to be removed the benefits to be derived from the open ing will more than compensate for the amount of the cost. Washington street, as it appears after the rains, was examined. Tbe water bad washed a great amount of sand an i THE LOS AJTGELES DAILY HERALD: FBI DAY MORMffG. JANUARY 10, 1860 the street; in some instances the curb was covered. The zanja was filled with water, the seepage from the hills, and several propositions to improve were con sidered. The board expressed an opinion that cross-walks should be placed along the street, so as to allow foot travelers to reach the horse cars. The lack of cross walks on Figueroa street was also no teed. East Los Angeles was the next place visited, and the board looked into Meadow Glen, the entrance to which is through Primrose avenue. The resi dents of the Glen desire Primrose ave nue opened from Johnson street to Bar ranca street, so as to give them an outlet and to carry the water to the arroyo. At the present time there is no cross street between this street and Downey avenue, and the water flows down the latter in large volumes. If the street is opsned only one small house will be taken. The Daly-street bridge was next ob served. At the present time it stands high in air, with a swift stream of water running underneath. The iron and ce ment piers are bent and the ap proaches are gone. The citizens are anxious that it be repaired, but there are a number of them who think the thor oughfare to Pasadena ought to leave the city at the end of Griffin avenue. A road built from that point would run on the side of the hills, high enough so that the water would not interfere, and en tirely removed from the railroad tracks. This matter will be discussed in connec tion with the repairing of the bridge. The matter of defining the lines of the river-bed will also come up. RAILWAY MATTERS. Surveying tne Salt Lake Extension. Moutnern Pacific Plans. W. A. Witte, of Anaheim, is the owner of about 10,000 acres of land in the south ern part of Nevada, in the district through which the new road, the exten sion of the Utah Central, is to pass. He has been sending supplies from his ranch in Nevada to three different par ties of surveyors, who are at work run ning lines through that section of the Btate, and he often gets straight infor mation from them with regard to the plans of the line. He told a reporter oi this paper yesterday that he had re cently learned that the party working along the Virgin river, near Las Vegas, had been transferred farther north, and were now working in this direction through Armaeosa valley. It appears that they have been prospecting in three parties, experimenting on the feasibility of three separate routes. From the same source the information comes that the various parties have been ordered to expedite their work as much as possible in order ■ that the cross-sec tioning may begin immediately. This means that the work on the new road will be pushed as fast as circumstances will admit. A prominent official of the Southern Pacific remarked yesterday concerning the meeting of the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific officials in San Francisco, that there was no probability, in his opinion, that any attempt would bo made to come to a traffic agreement which would head off the building of the exten sion. It was more probable, in his opinion, that the Southern Pacific would threaten to parallel any road which the Union Pacific may put in between this city and Ogden. There are now at San Pedro ties enough to con-! struct five hundred miles of road. It has for a long time been a matter for wonder what object the Southern Pacific could have in piling up snch an enormous mass of railway construction material un less some secret undertaking was being planned. The moment actual construc tion begins beyond Pioche. it is quite possible that the Southern Pacific will take decided action of some kind. Third Vice-President J. F. Goddard, of the Santa Fe road, has relinquished the duties of Manager of the lines east of the Missouri river, and will hereafter devote his entire time to the management of the traffic affairs of the Atchison system, including the Gulf, California and Santa Fe and the California lines. A. A. Robinson, Second Vice-Presi dent of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, will hereafter peiform the duties of General Manager of the road. The Southern Pacific pay-car is in town and will disburse a good many thousands of dollars among the railroad men of this section. Trains are all right and running on time on both of the main roads. The Santa Ana division of the Southern Pacific took passengers yester day. A New York rumor is that General Dodge will succeed Charles Francis Adams next year as President of the Union Pacific, and a Denver report is that S. H. H. Olark has been urged for the same position by the Gould interest in the Union Pacific. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Cbolce of a New secretary—H. vv Patton the man. A Bpecial meeting of the Board of Di rectors of the Chamber of Commerce was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. All of the Diiectors were present except Dr. J. P. Widney. The meeting wan held for the purpose of electing a Secre tary for the Chamber. Harry W. Pat ton, Register of the Land Office, was nominated for the position and elected by the votes of all the Directors except one, who cast a complimentary vote for a friend. The vote was declared unani mous. Mr. Patton prepared his bond, which was filed with the President, and entered immediately upon the duties of the office. In the afternoon the board met again for the purpose of filling such of the com mittees as are needed to begin work immediately. The selections, as far as made, are as follows: On Ways and Means—o. M. Wells, Chairman; A. Mullen, W. A. Vander cook, W. A. Webb. On Hotels—W. H. Toler, Chairman; H. Jevne, W. S. Dd Van, Q. W. Parsons, <i. Q. Johnson. On Commerce—J. P. Widney, Chair man; Kaspor Kohn, M. L. Wicks, E. Germain, A. H. Denker. On. Membership—J. H. Book, Chair man ;J. R. 8001, J. M. 0. Marble, Z D. Mathuss, Victor Ponet. On Statistics—J. Mills Davies, Chair man ; T. J. Stuart, L. Blankenhorn, M. G. McKoon, A. C. Fish. The next meeting of tbe board will be held on Monday afternoon. Attorney* Betlgu. Yesterday the firm of attorneys who have for several years attended to the law business of the Board of Trade handed in their resignation. They are Graveß, O'Melveny & Shankland. The reason for their resignation is that they find it impossible to give the time neces sary to attend to the business of the board. A special meeting of the Directors of the board will be held next Saturday, at which time the successors of tbe firm will be chosen. THE WEST ENDERS. w?; 1 ,*° ****** »»* „ en T «o»Ple Street. The West End Board of Trade held a special meeting Wednesday evening in conjunction with parties interested in the regrading and widening of Temple street. President Register called the meeting to order, about 150 persons be ing present. Messrs. F. Moss and B. W. Bartels, two of the committee atjpointed to interview the property owners on Temple street, as far as possible, and report the general feeling in the matter of regrading and widening Temple street, reported that they had seen about three fourths of the property owners and that nearly all of that number, with an ex ception of but two of them, were in favor cf both regrading and widening said street. The matter of widening first came be fore the meeting, but after a thorough discussion by Messrs. Lyons, Millard, Mansfield, Butler, Galbreth, Ellsworth, Dailey, Mois, Wells, Field, President Register and others it was on motion laid on the table, to be taken up imme diately after the disposal of the matter of regrading. President Register, amorig others, called upon Mr. Wood, Secretary of the Tetuplo-Btreet Railroad Company, who was present and in response said that the compauy had tried to further the in terests of the section embraced by the board, that their interests were identi cal ; that thoy hadn't taken a decided stand in the matter, not wanting to force a heavy expense upon those who didn't want the proposed change; nor yet, did they want to resist the matter if the property owners affected desired the change. The following motion was then unan imously passed as the sense of the meeting: Resolved, That it ia the sense of thi=» meeting that Temple street be reeraded according to the established grade, and that we heartily endorse the late action of the Council, and that we ask the Mayor to sign the ordinance. The matter of widening Temple street was then taken up and the following was unanimously declared the sense of the meeting: That Temple street be widened to eighty feet from Pearl street west to the city limits, and that the necessary steps be immediately taken to accom plish that purpose. On motion, the Secretary was in structed to notify the Mayor of the ac tion taken by the board. At this stage of the meeting, Mayor Hazard appeared upon the Ecene and was loudly called for. He said that he waa glad to be pres ent, and that no one desired the improve ment of the West End more than him self, having large interests in the section embraced; and that he had always been among the first to lend a helping hand toward the proposed improvement, and that he had acted in good faith when he vetoed the ordinance, from the under standing he had of the matter aa pre seated to him, but was anxious to ascer tain the true feelings of the citizens interested. A vote of thanks was then tendered the Mayor by the meeting for the inter est manifested by hie presence, after which the meeting adjourned. "Tomorrow aud Tomorrow and Tomorrow The divine William must have had prevision of the Montafio-Lauterio- Edel man cases in his myriad mind when he wrote that sad refrain quoted as a head ing to this article. Montafio's case came up yesterday before Judge Cheney, but of course there was a hitch iv it and it had to go over. The Coui t seemed to be a little restive in the premises and in dulged in come pointed remarks. He stated that he would allow the case to go over this onca more, but only for a single day. The Grand Jury is summoned to appear in the case today, and the Court iutimated that a decision will have to be reached as to which in dictment Montafio is to be tried under, and that the case must go on the calen dar and be sat for trial at an early day. In another court the Edelman cases came up and also a continuance was hnd. The reporter did not take the trouble to note what date it goes over to, having become a little tired of the slow ness of the programme. "Why not go to trial with the cases and be done with the matter?" is what the public ask, adding "of course the programme is to acquit every one of them with the possible exception of Frank Lauterio." With the able counsel secured for the defense, it looks as if the District Attorney's office never could reach a conviction on any of those charges. That Ramsey Btoase Seizure. There is a case on trial before Judge McKinley that is attracting some atten tion. It is A. W. Francisco against M. G. Aguirre, in which the plaintiff ap pears aH assignee of Mrs. Edmonston, anil the defendant as Sheriff of this county. The suit is an outgrowth of a seizure made by the Sheriff of the Bam eey, - lodging-house on Second street, near Fort. It was some time last spring. Mrs. Martha O'Hara is the owner of the house, which she leased to Mrs. Edmon ston. The lessee became delinquent in her rents, and as security gave Mrs. O'Hara a bill of sale of her furniture. Then she fell further in ar rears with her rent, and the lessor made a seizure of the furniture, and, under his legal rights, ordered the Sheriff to exe cute on the goods. It is the law that if delivery in such cases is not made within five days of the service of a no tico, that officer may take forcible posses sion of the chattels. The Sheriff de layed making the seizure until the eighth day after serving notice. The matter is in the hands of twelve men good and truo, who will decide it about Saturday night. The Coroner was ordered to summon a special venire of twenty jurors to try the case, for the reason that the Sheriff is interested in the issue, and therefore any jury drawn by that official is legally dis qualified to try it. Doctor Meredith made the return of the special venire in hiß customary efficient and graceful style. Pullman Passengers. The following passengers departed for the North on the 1:40 train yesterday: Mrs. Kennealy, Mrs. Taft, Mis. Carlisle, W. H. Mead, Mr. McDonald, E. F. Look, Joseph Brown, Mrs. Osborne, J H Smith, M. N. Hurd, E. A. Wadham, w! H. Talbot. B. C. Truman, Mrs. Zucker' Mr. Estudillo, J. F. Colby. ' Illinois Social. | This evening the Illinois Association will offer an excellent programme of music, elocution aid specialties, besides the social in which people from all parts of tbe Union wlb participate. The at tractions announud include piano, violin, cornet, guitar, lianjo and harmon ica selections, by Mr. and Mrs. j 8. Wilson and daughter, Mr. Schnabel Misses Annie and Jessie Toler, Mr* Willie Toler, Mr. Fred Billings, Miss Belle Barr, Mr. T. Morly and Mr. Brad ley; vocal selections by the Misses Toier (a Spanish song), Mrs. E. C. Schnabel, Miss Flora Gilbert and Mr, W. H. King; elocution by Mr. Byron E Hunt, Miss Blanche Bradshame and Miss Florence Archer; also a piece en titled Stage Struck, with Mrs. Pavillaas "Histrioni Perkins/' aud Mr. Pavilla as "Felix McGinty." The Board ot Supervisors. The bid of Scoville & Stewart to build the last piers of the Scoville bridge over the Arroyo Seco referred to Hubbard to report back to the board. Certain streets in Marcellinus were declared vacated. Georg- M. Hoi ton, attorney for Valdea, overseer of the Laurel district, appeared and discussed the powers of the board to remove the overseer. Testimony was heard in the matter, and it was referred to Davis. The matter of vacating streets in Min neapolis was postponed until February sih. The opening of bids for hospital sup plies was postponed until January 10th. The German Ladles' Benevolent Society. At a meeting of the German Ladies' Benevolent Society, held on Wednesday last at the Turner hall, the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. John Milner, Presideut; Mrs. 0. Jacoby, Vice-President; Mrs. W. F. Grosser, Secretary; Mrs. H. Merz,Treas urer, all re-elected. Trustees: Mes dames J. Kuhrts, K. Messer, C. Brode, J. Knief, J. Johannsen, L. Breer, J. and J. Bickel. According to the report of the Secre tary, the total receipts during the year 1889 amounted to $1,060.25, and the dis bursements io $826 90. New Cases. The Cahill Iron Works sues Henry Bohrman for $991.10, due on a note. C. G. Harrison sues H. Burlingham and others for $8 000, due on a note se cured by mortgage. G. A. Clark and others sue J. D. Chap plain and others for $442, due for lum ber, etc. C. S. Knapp Bues Orrin C. Hinman and others to foreclose vendor's lien on real property, the amount still due being $2,136 and interest. STJACOBSOXf TRADE MARK^s! Every npx>lication gives relief. Every bottle contains a euro. Every bottle tested as to quality. Every Genuine Bottle Bears He Urn's Slenatnifi. Every testimonial strictly true. Every day increased demands. Every patient Is amazed and cored. Every ache or pain succumbs. Sold by Drvggists and Dealers Everywhere. THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore. IM. THIS IS NOT OUR WAY This is OUR WAY of fitting gl asse Wo make the correct scientific adjusting of glasses and frames our spocialty, and guar antee perfee'. fit. Tesiing of the eyes free. PACIFI6 OPTICAL INSTITUTE NO. 18 SOUTH BPP.INQ STREET, Don't forget the cumber. o3 7m Tiie Los Angeles Optical Institute, N. STRASSBURGER, Scientific and Practical Optician, REMOVED TO 109 N. MAIN STREET, Opposite New U. 8. Hotel, dl 4 2m P piftßOHosi m 1 CABINET SALOON! No. 26 W. SECOND ST. The best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. One of the Finest Bars in the City. Strictly First-class in every respect. W. H. ROPER, Prop. MAKE MONEY. HOW? By raI J B , , a D .R t ßTOi jJ ers for The Ins' ructions I give make lailure Imp ,Bs,ible. You will never regret burins; a Pacific. Come and see me, or send for circulars. W. B. NIBBET, P. O. Box 733, Los Angeles, Calif Office, 220 SoothMmn street (up-stairs auB lyddtw GEO. W. COOKE & CO., I —WHOLESALE— Paper Dealers and Bookbinders, 109 North JLoa Angelea Street, LOB ANGELES, OAL. j Ul BANKING. HOUSES. STREET™ SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO 826 SOUTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL, 5200,000 President, J B. Lankershim; Vice-President. Chas. Forman; Cashier, F. W.DeVan Directors —Chas. Forman, A. H. Denker, J. J. Sohallert, G.J Griffith t tt T «,„i, ... J. H. Jones, L N. Van Nuys, Geo. H. Pike, F. Sabichi. uriffltn, J. B. Lankorshlm, Five per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits Money to Loan on Real Kstate. * rt9at THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA. Corner of Spring and Second Streets, Lo Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL,, 8850,000. needi a S gTbanker! ,Ped ' oreVOrr * ln4ot banking, aud solicits tho accounts of all OFFICERS' I « „ BOARD OF DIRECTORS: J. M. C. Marblb President Km S°& K f Pbbbt Wildman Assistant Cashier. Perry Wld man! W^Wrie. ! J. M. fi, Marble. ' utf FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANH Of LOS AKSELBB, CAL. Isaias W. Hbllman President L. O. !-oor»wtN Vioo-Prf»lrte«i John Hilneb Cashier H. J. Fleishman Acs staut Cashier Capital (paid np) - - $500,000. Bnrplns and Reserve Fnad 800,000. Total, .... 8i,300,000~ DIRECTORS O. W. Ohllds, O. S. Thorn, Jose Masosrel, J. B. Lankershim. 0. Dncommnn, Philippe Qar nier, L. C. Goodwin, L. L. Bradbury, Isalai W Heliman. STOCKHOLDERS. O. W. Ohllds, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gar nler, James B. Lankershim, T. L. Dnque, Jose Mascarel, Chas. Duoommnn, Andrew Glassell. Cameron E. Thorn, Domingo Amestoy, Lonit Pulaski, L. 0. Goodwin, Prestley 0. Bakor, Frank Lecouvrenr, Oliver H, Bliss Sarah J. Loe, Estate D. Solomon, Chris. Henne, Jacob Kuhrts, Isaias VT. Heliman. jl I OH ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, ISO NORTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL 9100.00 C L. 0. GOODWIN Pbbsidbk^ W. M. CASWELL, „.Bbcbbtabv I. W. Hbllman, John it. Platbb. Roberts. Bakbb, J. B. Lankershim, L. C. Goodwin. Term deposits will be reoeived in snmstM ?100 and over. Ordinary deposits in asms ol $10 and over. Money to loan on first-olas* real eststi Los Angeles, July 1. 1889. JIM PjTIHE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELK! No. 119 New High street. capital btoox taid up ■ • sioo.oc -v SURPLUS 20,000 R, M. WIDNEY- - ■ • Preetdoa! GEO. L. ARNOLD • • • Cash' DIBBCTOBS. S. M. WIDNMY, 0. A. WABNBB. D. O. MILTIMOBB C. M. Wblls. 3. W. LITTLE, L. J. P. MOBBILL, L. H. Titus. Sight per cent, bonds looared by first mort :<age on real estate, with interest payable som" annually, are offered to Investors of $250 anfi npwards. j ltt BANK. Oor. Fort and Second Bt*., Los Aurelen subrcrlbcd Capital »600,<Xi Paid up Capital $300,C< < Snrplas 820,00 c dibbctobs: Hervey Lindley, J. 0. Kays, B. W. Jonst Juan Bernard, H. 0. Newhall. H. O. Wltmer Presides* J. Frankonflold Vioe-Presideni T. J. Weldon, Cashier. J. M. Wltmer, Assistant Cashier. Gonoral Banking and Bxohange Bnsinest transacted. OA « m SECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST Compauy. Capital $200,000. No. 40 S. Main St., Loa Angeler, Cal. F. N. Myebs, 8. A. Fleming, President. Vice-President. J. F. Saktcbi, Cashier. STOCK HOLDEBS. Isaias W. Heliman. O. W. Childs. Eugene Germain. O. W. Childs, Jr. T. L. Duque. Thomas Mereiith. J. A. Graves. E. D. Silent A. C. Rogers M. D. Morris S. Heliman. famuel Polaski. James Rawson. John H. Pohlhaus. Harry Blackmann. Nathan Weil. Isador Polaski. James H. Hhanklin. W. M. Caswell. O. A. Moore. M. B. *haw. R. r . Mcßrlde. John H. Uartle. Five Per Cent. Interest Paid ou Deposits. The notice of the public is called to the f aot thBt this bank only loans money on approved real estate security; that it does not loan money to its stockholders, officers or clerks; that among its stockholders are soma of the oldi st and most responsible citizens of the community; that under the State laws, the private estates of its stockholders are pro rata liable for the total indebtedness of the bank. These facts, with care exercised in making loans, insure a safe depository for saving ac counts. School teachers, clerks, mechanics, employees in factories and shops, laborers,etc., will find It convenient to make deposits in small amounts. Financial agents for eastern and San Fran cisco capital. Money to loan on ranches and city property. Bonds and mortgages bought. Remittances may be sent by draft or Wells- Fargo Express. jl-tf THE CITY BANK. 37 South Spring street. Capital Stock $300,000 A. D. CHILDRESS President JOHN 8. PARK Cashier DIBBCTOBS. W. T. Childress Poindoxter Dunn P. Fitzwilliam E. E. Crandall John 8. Park B. G. Lunt A. D. Childress. General banking. Fire and burglar proof safe deposit boxes rented at from $3 to $20 per annum. d4l2m ANGELEB COUNTY BANK. Temple Blook, Los Angelas, Oal Capital Stock Paid Up, $100,000. Reserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN 3. PLATER President K. 8. baker Vice-President GEO. H. BTBWART Csshttt/ DIRECTORS: H. L. Macnell, Jotham Bixby, John B. Plater, Robert 8. Baker, John A. Paxton, Geo. W. Prescotl, Geo, H. Stewart. Buy and Sell Exchange on San Fraa cisoo, Now York, London, Paris, Borllu and Frankfort. Buy Exohange on all parts of the United St et and Europe. Receive Money on open ascosnt and oe: -tifloate of deposit, and do a general banklsnc aud exchange business. jl ALIKOKN!A BANE, Statement close December 31, 1889. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $ 484,115 50 Real estate, vaults and fixtures .. 137 502 00 Expenses 9 354 08 Cash on hand $705,433 79 Cash in banks 217,867 91 923,301 70 $1,554,273~~28 LIABILITIES. Capital paid np $ 300,000 00 Surplus and Profits 42,999 88 Dividends uncalled for 24 00 Due depositors 1,211,249 40 $1,554,273 28 H. C. WITHER, President. j2-lm T. J. WELDON, Cashier. rents * W (ALkI LOCK BOXJtB, STORES 111 VALUABLES, Lj3WwffwrW,UwJß'lW EXECUTES l^Wil*i \W'%'i& TRUSTS. d26tf ANGELES RATIONAL BANK, _ Cob. First and Spbino Sts, Capital $t>no,ooo 00 Subflub and Unmvidbd Pbofits. 75,000 00 TOTAL St7S,OOO 00 GEO. H. BONEBRAKE Prosidontl, JOHN BRYSON, SB Vice-Presidenh. ». (1. HOWES fJaeMav. E. W. COE Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS. Db. W. G. Gochbak, H. H. Mabxhak. Pbbby M. Gbbbn, John Bbtsoh, Sb„ Db. H. Sinbabatjoh, F. C. Howes. Gbobob H. Bonbbbakjb. Exchange for sale on all the principal cities of the United States and Europe. ol CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEAU BLOOK. L. N. BREED President y M ,- %t?S£ BYBHBLL Vioe-Preddeat 0. N. FLINT Casbisr Paid-in Capital K2oo,ootr SURPLUS 20,000 Adtbobizbd Capital 000,000 DirtHitors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A Barclay, Charles B. Day, E. O Bosbyshell, M. Hagan, Frank Bader, Louis Qottschalk, D . Remiok, Thos. Gobs. William F. Bcsbyshell. 11" DIVIDEND NOTICE, Main SW Saviop Bank AND TRUST CO. The Board of Directors of the Main Btreet Savings Bank and Trust Co. have declared a dividend of 5 PER CENT, per annum on term deposits and 3 PER CENT, per annum on ordinary deposits, for the half year ending December 31, 1889, payable on aud after Jan uary ls't, 1890. i FRANK W. DeVAN, d3l lm Seo'y and Cashier. IjIIHST NATIONAL BANE OF LOS ANGBLB CAPITAL BTOOK $200,000. RESERVE , 8805,000, UNITED STATES DEPOBITOBY. B, F. SPENCE President J. D. BICKNELL Vloe-Pre3ide;;t J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. B SHAFFER Assistant Cashier. Directors—B. F. Spenoe, J. D. Bicknell. 8, ■ Mott, Wm, Lacy, J. jr. Crank, H. Mabnry J. M. Elliott,. j 1 State Loan and Trust Co. Capital ai.OOOtOOe. BANKING ROOM, N. W. CORNER SPRING AND SECOND STREETS, BRYSON BONEBRAKE BUILDING. directors: GEO. H. BONEBKAKE, President. JOHN BRYSON, SR., ) vlna p .. .. E. F. SPENCE, j Vice Presidents. SAMUEL B. HUNT, Secretary. H. 0. Witmer, L. N. Breed, H. J. Woollaoott. P. M. Green, W. G. Cochran, L.W.Dennis, W. H. Perry. We act as trustees lor corporations, syndicates and estates. Loan money on choice real estate and collaterals. Keep choice securities for sale" Pay interest on savings deposit. Five per cenf pafd on time deposits. Safe deposit boxes rent. dstf DUPLICATE PHOTOGRAPHS! From all our old Negatives at $2.00 per Doz. Temple Block. STANTON & BURDICK. n23 8m EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY BEST IN THE CITY. Office, 15 West Second St., TELEPHONE ZCt. Work delivered to t.ll parte of the city. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. The f among Hovey Seed m aa « a ?, ore S f B °Bton, and DnlinnlA ??J ey Nurseries ol Cara fe f* \\A 11111 brldK 2 MsßB • hßv e been 11 VllU Ul V moved to East Pasadena, California, where the business will be con- dnoted a, OT?T7T\O Th« Raymond Flowk* \\vr I IN * ND a * m btobi, kJLiLiJL/sJ ° w H -.l ove y' Manage l Bast Pasadena, Cal. ... .Bend for complete cata dl2 lm* wklOt , logne.