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Unien Steamship Sailors on a Strike. WON'T WORK BETWEEN PORTS. Non-Union Men Pmt ia Their Places. Departure of Vessels Delayed. . Associated Press Dispatches to the Hebalu San Francisco, February 13.—The trouble which had beeu brewing fc some time between tho Pacific Ooast Steamship Company and the Steamship Sailors' Union, culminated this morn ing in the discharge of all the union sailors on the Corona and State of Cali fornia, in consequence of which the de parture of both vessels was delayed sev eral hours. The union sailors state that they were employed principally to handle freight at terminal and way ports, and should not have been expected to work between ports. The Corona was to sail at 11 o'clock for Southern coast ports, but before that hour the men informed the officers that they would clean no more decks and do no more painting and roustabout work on the trip. The officers informed them that they would have to do this work, and as the men still declined, they were dis charged, and efforts were commenced at once to secure a new crew. The crew of the State of California, which was to sail fer Portland at 10 o'clock, also left for the same reason. Large crowds soon collected on the docks and a detail of officers was sta tioned there to preserve order. A full complement of non-union men was se cured in a few hours and both vessels sailed soon afternoon. The officers of the company say the men have dictated to them long enough, and they have become tired of it. They do not think they have ever required the men to do anything unreasonable. Captain Hood all said : " Wa pay these men $45 per month, which is about 10 per cent, more than any one else pays, and aside from dictating they refuse to work between ports. If they work over time they get »0 cents an hour. On Sunday they work in this port from 7 to 9 o'clock a.m., and get paid for a full day. It is a fact that during busy and dull times the wages have never been changed or in anywise affected. We simply want our sailors to work as sailors ahould in cleaning ships, and so on. They refused, and were discharged. The men were to have left here today, and did not want to do any more work until tomorrow. We wanted them to work during the afternoon, cleaning the ship. A vessel gets begrimed with dirt in port, and it is neGessary to have her cleaned while on the trip. Heretofore tbe men have done this work. I do not think we have asked any more than always is asked of coast seamen on steamboats, but they have become very independent, and we have always humored them. Last year when we were crowded with business the men would come to the officers and say they would not work between this port and that. The officers would reply that they would have to work, and the men would say: 'We will leave you.' We were very busy, and rather than be bsthered with a strike, we gave in time after time, until now we have become tired of that sort of thing and will employ no union men. We have had men of this union all along, and we have pretty near the entire union in our employ." The strike will probably affect no other lines. It is understood that all the members of the Steamship Beamen's Union employed on vessels of the Pa cific Coast Steamship Company, running out of this port, have been ordered out by the union. T3E WATERMAN ROBBERY. A Man In Custody ou Suspicion of the Burglary. [Bpecial to the Herald.l Riverside, February 13.—A man was arrested here late last evening for steal ing a bottle of coloene from a drug store. He has been in town since Monday, and has represented himself as the agent of a German syndicate interested in San Bernardino mineß. He had valuable soecimens of ores which, it is learned, he stole from the cases on exhi bition at the fair. The City Marshal has had the man under surveillance since the robbery of Governor Waterman at the Glen wood, and they believe that he is the crook that relieved the Governor of his watch, money and valuables. Two pals were with him until his arrest,when they skipped the town. The prisoner registered at the city prison as Oacar Glazier. He is tall, of fine appearance and address, with dark hair and eyes, and fall dark beard, carefully trimmed. He is well dreßßed, and sports two diamond rings and a fine gold watch bearing the monogram A. F L. A railroad excursion ticket used from New Orleans, and good for Wash ington, D. C, via Kansas City, was among his effects. He is reticent, and says he has a wife in Washington Terri tory. He is a German. _ A JIAJIIIITII SLIDE. Tke Course of a River Stayed by a mountain Avalanche. Wbaverville, Cal., February 13.— Tidings reach here of a mountain slide on Dixon's bar, fifty miles from here, February 3d, which completely dammed the Trinity river. Two Chinamen min ing in the channel, were crushed to death. The water in the river backed up rapidly, and a large house and barn on the banks were swept away. Near San Juan Point the water rose to the door of a residence three hundred feet above the river, and a houae two miles above was swept away with all its contents. The water is now gradually cutting for itself a new channel. Fruit throwers' Convention. San Francisco, February 13. —An an nouncement has just been issued by the State Board of Horticulture, that the thirteenth State Convention of Fruit Growers will convene in LO3 Angeles March 11th, and will be in session four days. An invitation is extended by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and State Board of Horticulture to fruit grow ers, shippers, packers, nurserymen and others interested in fruit raising, to be present and take part in the convention. Trains Resume Running- Corvallis, Ore., February 13.—Cor vallis now has mail communication with Portland. Last evening a freight and construction train arrived on the lonta ern Pacific, and the regular pass train, with delayed mail and cxi arrived today. Trains oh the Oregon THE LOS Ajgjttt DAILY HERALi): FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY U, Iggg Pacific have been running on time for a week to this point, and will probably get through to Albany tomorrow. I'll It 101, V ACCIDENTAL.. The Veralct on tne Cause of tbe Anarels Casnp Ploaster. Angels Camp, Cal., February 13.— A body found of the Utica mine n few days ago was identified as fiat of Paula Usovich, a native of Austria. The body was found in the 338-foot level, and was in an upright position, being held that way by a large log. The body was released and taken to the surface, where an inquest was held. Tha Coroner's jury found that Usovich was killed December 22nd, last, by the sud den cave-in of the Utica mine, and that the catastrophe was purely accidental, and could not have been foreseen or an ticipated, and that no blame can be at tached to anyone on account of the most unfortunate accident. KerM Couuty JEaucators. Bakersiteld, February 13. —The Kern County Teachers' Institute convened to day; 44 teachers were present, Alfred Harrell, County School Superintendent, presiding. Papers of interest were read by different teachers. The evening ses sion was largely attended. Educational matters attract more attention here than ever before. Will Meet at Csrcuado. San Diego, February 13.—The Trans continental Association of railroads will hold its rate meeting for 1890 at the Cor onado hotel on March 15th. The meet ing will probably last a month, as all freight differences west of Chicaeo will be adjusted and rates and tariff* ar ranged. The meeting will be attended by at least twenty-three transcontinental lines. Death of Dr. Barnes. San Diego, February 13 —Dr. George William Barnes, one of San Diego's fore most citizens, died today, aged 65. He was an author and contributor to several journals. His remains will be shipped to Los Angeles tomorrow for cremation. Payne's Victim Dean. Gilroy, Cal., February 13. —Edward Maxfield, who was shot by William Payne yesterday, died this afternoon. AN ECCLESIASTIC ALARM. Protestant Episcopal Clergymen Warned Against Catholicism. Baltimore, Md., February 12. —Right Rev. Wm. Parel, Bishop of Maryland, delivered a charge yesterday to the Pro testant Episcopal clergymen of his diocese. He said: "This city is the central point of Roman Catholicism in this country. Here resides its highest prelate, .and here it puts forth its greatest effort. It is using political and social influence to obtain religious control of this nation. God forbid that I should blame the Catholics for any honest effort made by them toward this end. The issue, however, is greater than ever before, and they are now con centrating all their hopes and plans in this land. Three-fourths of the members were born in Europe, and nearly all the remainder are children of foreign-born parents. The foreign spirit in the church is remarkably powerful. Their members become • Amer icanized slowly, and are not be ing assimilated rapidly. Our rights as citizens and churchmen are menaced by this power. The laws of naturalization are abused, and an immi grant often becomes a voter before he has caught our tongue. We have been neglectful in calling the attention of our parishioners to the encroachment of the Roman Catholic church. I do 'not advise you to preach a course of sermons attacking their doctrines, but when any movement is made by them detrimental to oar po litical or social institutions, don't be silent, but speak out bold and clear on the subject." Steamer Departures. The following passengers departed for the North from Sin Pedro via the Pacific Coast Steamship Company's steamer Mexico yesterday: For San Francisco—A. B. Pattison, W. B. bhaut, V. de Vezino, Miss G. Man ning, Miss 8. F. Karns, Mrs. E. M. John son, A. H. Cummings and wife, Mrs. S. L. Barnes, Miss Maud Barnes, Miss Belle A. Topliff, G. E. Champlin, N. J. Murphy, A. Wolff, D. B. Calleway, W. J. Richardson, T. Shaw, 8. M. Rumyon, and eleven in the steerage. For Port Harford—Mrs. I. Bobbin, Miss N. Matlock, Charles Bode. For Santa Barbara —J. W. Hollings worth, Jane McMillan, W H. Anderson, wife and child, H. P. Anderson and wife, A. Malehan and daughter, Phelix Lanella. New Suits. B. F. Coulter sues C. B. Bisbee and others to foreclose a mortgage for $2,000. Andres Brie waiter sues Samuel Young and wife to eject them from a certain piece of land in Los Nietos. Adolpbus Knock sues J. S. Lichen bach and Chas. McCarthy to compel them to convey a piece of property, ac cording to the terms ot an agreement made between the parties. The California Loan and Trust Com pany sues H. T. Payne to foreclose a mortgage for $1,725 40. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday: Ferdinando Bessolo, a native of Italy, of the city, aged 36, to Maga Dominica, a native of Italy, ot the city, aged 28. William 8. Twcgood, a native of Il linois, of lowa, aged 28, to Genivieve Alderman, a native of lowa, of lowa, aged 19. Ramon, Sepulveda, a native of Cali fornia, of Santa Monica, aged 39, to Isabel Garcia, a native of California, of Santa Monica, aged 21. Something Mood. Choice acre property in the Lick tract, Eagle Rock valley and East San Gabriel at low prices. Inquire of C. E. Day, 8 North Spring street. Infernal Ingenuity Conld scarcely devise more excruciating tor tures than those of which you see tbe evi dences in the face of a rheumatic or neuralgic sufferer. The agonies are the consequence of not checking a rheumatic or neuralgte attack at tue outset. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has been found by skillful medical practitioners to possess not only remedial, but defensive effi cacy, whore those ciseases exiU, or a tendency to them is exhibited. Surely this puissant but safe botanic medicine, bearing, too, such high specific 'sanction, is better than the poisons often employed, but most unsafe, not only iv continuance, but in is dated doses. The blood is depurated thoroughly from the rheumatic virus, and the nerves, slightly impurged upon, saved from ultimate and direful throes by this benign, saving medicine, which likewise ex hibits marked efficacy for malaria, kidney complaints, dyspepsia, constipation and liver complaint. Our Home Brew. Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the BT I . iy, In draught in all the principal saloons, de olveret 1 promptly In beetlesor kegs. Office and Brewery. 238 A.lJ«o strset. Telephone 91. NATIONAL CAPITAL. The Oklahoma Bill Under Consideration. IMPORTANT AMENDMENTS MADE. No-Haifa-Land Included in the New Territory—House Rules Considered. Associated Press Dispatches to the Hkrai.f . Washin«ton, February 13. —In the Senate today on motion of Dolph, the Senate bill appropriating $500,000 for a public building in Portland, Oregon, was taken from the calendar and passed. The Senate resumed consideration of the bill to provide a temporary government for Oklahoma, the pending question being Plumb's amendment to comprise No-Man's Land within the new Territory. Vest again spoke in favor of the amend ment. Reagan and Plumb also advo cated the amendment, the latter saying that the condition in which Nc-Man's Land was left was a scandal on the legis lation of the country. He expressed amazement that the committee on Terri tories had set itself co strongly and so totally without reason against his propo sition of inclusion. Finally a vote was taken, resulting in yeas, 27; nays, 16; thus including No-Man's Land within the Territory of Oklahoma. Plumb also offered an amendment to attach the Cherokee Outlet to Oklahoma for judicial purposes. This was rejected after some debate, during which the dis cuseion of several days ago as to the re ported threats of the commissioners ne gotiating with the Cherokees, was gone over again. Vest offeied an amendment prohibit ing the legislative assembly from author izing the issue of any bonds, script or evidence of debt for any purpose, except certificates for services rendered. After considerable debate, Vest modified this by limiting the prohibition to bonds in aid of railroads, and the amendment was adopted. Some further formal amendments were agreed Ao, and the bill passed. After executive session the Senate ad journed. HOUSE PROuEEBINVS. Tbe New Code of Kules Further con. ttdered. Washington, February 13.— In the House today tbe Senate joint resolution was passed unanimously, congratulating the people of tke United States of Brazil on their adoption of a republican form of government. Consideration of the code of rules was then proceeded with. Cannon, from the committee on rules, reported an amendment requiring the titles of committee reports to be entered in the journal and printed in the Record Adopted. Cannon also reported an amendment to rule 15 (relating to roll calls), to provide that after roll call the Speaker shall nut entertain a request to record a vote or announce a pair, unless the member's name has been noted under clause 3, which is amended to provide that on motion of any member, or on the sugges tion of the Speaker, the names of mem bers sufficient to make a quorum in the House, who do not vote, shall be noted by the clerk and recorded in the journal, etc. The amendment was adopted. Cannon also reported an amendment providing that executive communica tions and Senate bills may be referred by the Speaker to appropriate committees without being submitted to the House. After a brief Democratic protest the amendment was adopted. Crisp offered an amendment to the rule providing that no dilatory motion be entertained by the Speaker, adding the words: "But a demand for the yeas and nays shall not be considered dila tory." After a brief discussion this was rejected. Crisp offered an amendment provid ing that the Speaker shall not in any case refuse to entertain an appeal from his decision. The amendment was lost. The House then took a recess until to morrow. ALLEGED ELECTION FRAUDS. Information Concerning Irregu larities in Florida. Washington, February 13—The At torney General's response to the Senate resolution asking for information con cerning the operations of the Circuit Court of the Northern District of Florida, was laid before the Senate today. It consists mainly of letters from officials of the court, setting forth that it ia im possible to enforce any process of the United States in connection witn elec tion cases, as deputies are abused, pla nners rescued and witnesses terrorized. United States Attorney Stripling, in a letter, informs the Attorney General that C. Saddler, supervisor of registration in Alachua county, pleaded guilty to two indictments for the refusal to reg ister persons entitled to registration. His violations of the law were flagrant, but in view of his confession of guilt, prom ises not to make a repetition, etc., some prominent Republicans, Stripling says, importuned him not to press judgment against Saddler until December, 1890; in the meantime Saddler to be released on $5,000 bail. The purpose of this, the District Attorney says, is ultimately to have judgment finally suspended. He recommends that the arrangement be carried out. Philip Walter, Chief Supervisor of Registration, reports the facts in the Saddler case, and adds: "I assure you 1 put it mild when I inform you that over 10,000 Republican votes were thrown out after they were cast, and that in a little upward of 700 precincts in this State at least ten persons in every precinc' were kept off the registration list, and thereby deprived of their right to vote." In answer to Attorney Stripling's recommendation regarding Saddler, At torney-General Miller, on the 31st of No vember, 1889, wrote: "It does not com port with my views of the administration of law, that one bo evidently guilty of a grave crime should entirely escape pun ishment. I have submitted your letter to the President, who concurs in the views above expressed." WIBHINOTIIN NOTES. The Galveston JBcep Water Harbor measure and other matters. Washington, February 13—The Sen ate committee on commerce today further considered the bill to make a deep water harbor at Galveston, Texas. It was de cided to take a vote upon the measure at the next meeting. APPOINTMENTS. Among the appointments by the Presi dent today are the following: Postmasters — Montana- P»vid T.» niont, Diliun , Washington : Jau:-« ''■ Laman, Walla Walla; California Wil liam S.Cannon, San Luis Obispo; 'o seph McKown, Livermare; Jacob E. Whitson, Selms. CONFIRMED, The nomination of Daniel Dorchester as Snoerintendent of Indian Schools was today confirmed by the Senate. XI.ETCHER'S sentence. The President confirms the sentence of the court martial in the cape of Lieuten ant-Colonel Fletcher, hut mitigates it to suspension from rank and duty on quar ter pay for three years. THE NEW JUDICIARY MOVEMENT. The sub-committee of the Senate and House committees on judiciary gave a hearing to a committee of the American Bar Association upon biils intended to give reiief to the Supreme Court and fa cilitate the administration of justice. The baa committee argued in favor of the establishment of an intermediate appellate court. INTERNATIONAL COPYRIGHT. The House committee on patents by nnanimoud vote has instructed the chair man of its sub-committee to make a favorable report on House bill 3,914, che International Copyright bill. The bill allows foreign author* to take out copy rights in the United States on the same footing as Americans, provided the type netting, printing and binding is done wholly within tbe United States. The bill has been amended to conform with the copyright bill pending in the Senate. EXTRADITION TREATIES. In the executive session of the Senate, the committee on foreign relations re ported back the Russian extradition treaty, with the objectionable clause eliminated, the one which specifically exempted from the list of political crimes attempts upon the life of the Czar or any member of his family. The Senate con sidered the British treaty an hour and a half Objection was me.de by several Senators to the clause by which extradi tion is provided for persons charged with manslaughter and obtaining money on false pretension. Kentucky Horse Sales. Lexington, Ky., February 12.—The horße sales continued today. The first seven given below were the property of the late Col. Goodloe: Jay, b. m., J. L. Middleton, Shelbyville, Ky., $5,100; Joy Bell, b. f., H. Smulbach, Wheeling, W. Va., $3,400; bay filly • yearling by Dictator, J. D. Creighton, Omaha, Neb.? $2,650; Eli Beth, b. m., J. I. Case, Racine, Wis., $6,100; bay filly yearling, J. F. Thomp son, Nashville, $6,000; Sophia, br. m., H. Smulbach, $4,400; Firzah, b. m., Smulbach, $2,700; Discount, b. h., E. Bither, Racine, Wis., $1,400; Red Riding Hood. H. Jones, Winchester, Kv., $2,010; R. Wilkes, br. h., Steener, Paris, Ky . $2,000; Contention, b. m., Meyers & Wagner, Dayton, Ohio, $1,675; Proxy, b. m.. Vaughan & Adams, Lex ington, Ky., $3,700. It is stated that the obj act of ex-United States Minister Foster's visit to the City of Mexico, is to work in favor of the establishment of reciprocity between the United States and Mexico. 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Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlaui Mrs. Geo. P. Smoote, a highly cultivated and estimable lady of rrescott. Ark., writea under date of April 22,89: "During the sum mer of 1887 my eyes became inflamed, and my stomach and liver hopelessly disordered. Nothing I ate agreed with me. I took chron ic diarrhoea, and for some time my life was despaired of by my family. The leading phy sicians of the country were consulted, but the medicines administered by them never did mo any permanent good, and I lingered between life and death, the latter being pre ferable to th" agonies I was enduring. In May, 1888, I became disgusted with physi cians and their medicines. I dropped them all and depended solely on Swift's Specific (S. S. S.l, a few bottles of which made me permently well—well from then until now." It Builds up Old People. My mother who is a very old lady, was physically broken down. The use of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.).haa entirely restored her to health. B. B. DILWORTH, Greenville, S. C. Treatise or. Blood and Skin Diseases mailed face. SWT FT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. nl d&wl2m TROY LAUNDRY! WORKS: 571, 573, 575 N. Main St. TELEPHONE, No. 46. MAIN OFFICE: Duller l« AnpUs National.But, First anil Spring street BAPIKINCi HOUSES. streetF SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST CO. 826 SOUTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL, &200,000 President, J. B. Lankershim; Vice-President. Chas. Forman; Cashier, F. W. DeVan. Dj rectors—Chas. Forman, A. Haas. J. J. Sohailert, G. J. Griffith, J. B. Lankershim J. H. Jones, I. N. Van Nnys, Geo. H. Pike, F. riabichi. ""iseranun, Five per oent. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Money to Loan on Real JTJstate. d2B THE NATIONAL BAM OF CALIFORMAr Corner of Spring and Second Streets, Lo Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL) 5150,000. Is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking, and solicits the aeconnt needing a banker. I BOARD OF DIRECTORS: OFFICERS: Owen H. Churchill. Thos. R Bard J. M. C. Marble President. Gen'l M. H. Sherman, Br. W L Graves. Owen H. Churchill...Vice-President. Capt. George E.Lemon, E. F C klokke W. G. Huoh-es Cashier. Dan McFarland, Fred Eaton FebbtWildman Assistant Cashier. Perry Wildman, W. G Hushes I J.M.n. Marble. aajj QALfFOBNIA BANKi Oor. Fort and Second sts., Lot Angela* Subscribed Capital*. $500,00 Paid np Capital $300,00. SarplM $20,00< DIBBCTOBS: Horvey Lindley, J. 0. Kays, B. W. JonM G. W. Hughes, Sam. Lewis. H. O. Witmer President J. Frankenfield Vice-President T. J. Weldon, Cashier. J. H. Witmer, Assistant Cashier. General Banking and Exchange Basines* transacted. ti 4m SECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST Company. Capital $200,000. No. 40 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. F. N. Mykes, 8. A. Fleminb, President. Vice-President. J. F. Sartori, Cashier. directors: Isaias W. nellman. 0. W. Childs. J. A. Graves. 8. A. Fleming. T. L. Duque. James Rawson. M. B. Shaw. A. C. Rogers, M. D. A. J. Bowne. J. F. Sartori. Maurice Hellman. F.M.Myers. Five Per Cent. Interest Paid on Deposits. The notice of the public is called to the faot that this bank only loans money on approved real estate security; that it does not lopu money to its stockholders, officers or clerks; that among Its stockholders are soma of the old< 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. U-tf FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BAN! Of LOB AMOBLBS, OAL. Isaiah W. Hellman Presldout h. C. Goodwin Vloe-Preaidei?' John Milner Cashier H. J. 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Agents, LANGLEY A MICHAELS CO.. San Francisco. d 2 d&wly 3 State Loan and Trust Co. BANKING ROOM, N, W. CORKER BPRING AND SECOND STREETS, BRYSON BONEBRAKE BUILDING. Authorized Capita! «1,000,000. FOLLY SUBSCRIBED. Capital Paid Dp w400,000 STOCKHOLDERS. Presley C Baker Dr John B Hunt Thomas E Dealty Samuel B Hunt Irene Beaver John N Hunt Hon Geo A Bingham Winifred R Hunt Rey A Blum Daniel Innes, trustee Caroline D Bond W H Jameson, trustee Blanche Bonebrake Gen E P Johnson Geo H Bonebrake Major E W Jones Geo Percy Bonebrake James C Kays P J Bonebrake Miss Maggie Kearney Mrs Mary A Bonynge W L Kestner Geu E Bouton Mrs Annie E Knox B R hoynton E H Lamme C C Briggs Jeremiah Letter John Bryson, 8r Littleton Savings Bai Mary B Brown Mrs M C Lord Isaac H Bryson Hiram Mabury L N Breed S J Mat lies W D Bridges Newell Mathews James F Burns Mrs L M McFarland J G Burt J D McNabb R C Carlton C H McKevett H C Carr George McPhall T J Carran J H McOulloch Mrs M E Case W A Morgan 8 S ChaSee Stephen D Mott Mrs P E Chipmm S BT Mott M j ra M Cole Thomas D Mott W G Cochran Thomas D Mott, Jr Holdridge 0 Collins Charles E Mulholland Rev L P Crawford Daniel Neuhart Mrs Jennie C Cribb Geo Neuhart William H Crocker MtbE S Newton G B Crowley Mrs Sarah Pease Carrie G Dandy Andrew Peasley Mrs Mamie Perry Davis W H Perry Walter Devereux Gershom H Perry Mrs E M Dillingham Charles J Peteler O R Dougherty C F Pierce Major H L Drew B F Porter Hon Blanton Duncan John Rebman J C Dunlap Ralph Rogere, trustee C H Dunsmoor Julia N Rogers Mrs H M Durgin Mrs T S Rogers Mrs A M Dnrrell A W Ryan Charles F Eastman Jacob SchafFer J M Elliott E F Spence Alice Fenton Gov Lionel A Sheldon Howard Fenton George W Simonton Ethel W Fletcher Mrs Jane Simonton Mrs L 8 Fletcher Siwooganoch Guaranty Charles Forre-ter Savings Bank Mrs Addle T Friesner Mrs MAP Smith Judge W P Gardiner Robert Stewart Warren Gillelen Mrs Frances P Storer E Oilman James F Towell P M Green Josephine E Towell G W Goode H C Witmer Miss 8 Edith Hadley Chester Williams Miss Anna Hahn Mrs N A Wallace Miss Louise Hahn Mrs Z S Wheeler J C Hall Siivanua White JullaS Harkins H C Wiley David Harris R B Wilson Sophia A Harris H J Woollacott Uriah R Harris Mrs Eliza Woollacott. C N Hasson Eliza Woollacott, tr'atee George W Higging Wm S Woollacott A A Hubbard H S Wilmaus Mrs O Hubbard, g'dn Delia O Yates E Thomas Hughes C H Zehnder dibectobs : GEO. H. BONEBRAKE, President. JOHN BRYSON, SB., j p„., rtonf . E. F. SPENCE, j Vice Presidents. SAMUEL B. HUNT, Secretary. H, 0. Witmer. L. N. Breed, H. J. Woollacott. P.M.Green, W. G. Cochran, L. w. Dennis, W. H. Perry. We act as trustees for corporations, and estates. Loan money on first-class real estate aud collaterals. Keep choice securities for sale* Pay interest on savings deposit. Five per cent, paid on time deposits. Safe deposit boxes for rent. Beat Fire Insurance Companies Represented. e5-lm THE CITY BANK. 37 Sonth Spring street. Capital Stock $300,000 A. D. CHILDRESB President JOHN 8. PARK Cashier DIBBCTOBS. W. T. Childress Poindexter Dunn P. Fitiwilliam E. E. Crandall John S. Park R. Q. Lunt A. D. Childress. General hanking. Fire and burglar proof safe deposit boxes rented at from $3 to *20 per annum. J4 12m jjURBT NATIONAL BANK OF LOB ANSEL3 CAPITAL BTOCK $200,000. RESERVE $305,000. , UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY, It. F. SPENCE President J. D. BICKNELL Vice-President. J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier 3. B SHAFFER Assistant Cashier. Directors—E. F. Spenoe, J, D. Blcknell, 8. H Mott, Wm. Lacy, J. F. Crank, H. Mabury J. M. Elliott. tjl QOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADEAU BLOCK. L. N. BREED President WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Vloe-Presideal 0. N. FLINT Cashlar Paid-in Capital $200,000 Surplus 20,000 authorized capital 500,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell. H. A Barclay, Charles K. Day, B. C. Bosbyshell, M Hagan, Frank Bader, Louis Gottschalk, D. Remlok, Thos. Gobs. William P. Bosbyshell. fltl ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, 008. First and BFBINB BTS. Capital $500,000 00 Subplus and Undivided Profits. 75,000 00 Total $675,000 00 BXO. H. BONEBRAKE President. JOHN BBYSON, 8b Vice-President. » n HOWES Oanbter. E. W. COE Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS. Db. W. 9. Cochran, H. H. Mabkham. Pbrby M. Grbbn, John Bryson, Ba., Db. H. Sinsabauoh, F. 0. Howbs, Gbobsb H. Bonkbbaxs. Exchange for sale on all the principal clttos of the United States and Europe ]8 T 08 ANGELES SAVINGS BANK., 180 NORTH MAIN BTREET, CAPITAL $100,000 L. 0. GOODWIN PRBSIDBMI W. M. CASWELL. SbcbstabY L W. Hbllman, John X. Plathr. Roberts. Bakes, J. B. Lankkrshik L. 0. Goodwin, T" 1 """ depnrf** wit' be receivftd '- irsm* c! ISlOe and ovar Ordinary deposits lit sanu si $10 and over. Money to loan oa first-class real estate. Los Angel*, Jnly V. 1880. flti