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THE RAILROADS. A Large Number of Distin guished Visitors. MB. MELLEN DECLINES TO TAIK. A Raymond ot Whitcomb Excursion. A Salt Lake City Straw-An Ig-ent's Views. There are five directors' cars at present in and about Los Angeles, each one car rying prominent railroad people. Yes terday the Southern Pacific special car Bnenaventura lay at the Arcade depot nntil 4 o'clock, at which time it was taken to Raymond. It carries Sir Sidney H. Waterlow, one of the directors of the London and Northwestern railroad, of England, and his party. He will remain in Raymond about a week, and then go to San Francisco. This is not Sir Sid ney's first visit to this country or the Cots 1 . He has been in the United States for about two months, and has traveled over some sections of the East and South. 0. 8. Mellen, the general traffic man ager of the Union Pacific, was in the city from Raymond yesterday. He was Been at the Union Pacific office on Spring street by a reporter of this pacer. He manifested a painfully evident unwilling ness to be interviewed. "I am ont here for my health and not on business," said he. "I do not know anything whatever about the intentions of the company with regard to extension of the road to this point. I have paid no attention to railroad affairs since I have been here. I have no information which I can possibly give the public. I don't know when I shall return to the Coast." Another one of the directors' cars con tains Mrs. J. B. Haggin and her daugh ter. The latter is ill and ia traveling for her health. The car left for the East yesterday evening over the Southern Pacific. J. J. Frey, the superintendent of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas, is another of the special car visitors. J. A. Bostwick, the president of the New York and New England railroad, is at Pasa dena for a week's visit. H. H. Porter, the president of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois road, is at Raymond. He will visit San Diego later in tbe week. Trains are rnnning regularly on the Sonthern California and other branches of the Santa Fe line, except tbat tbe overland of yesterday was canceled owing to the fact that its passengers were transferred to the Southern Pacific two days ago. No. 20 on the Southern PaciSc got in from the East jesterday morning at 7 o'clock. It contained nineteen cars, ten of which contained Santa Fe passengers. A Raymond & Whitcomb excursion came into the State yesterday as far as Colton, where it was dispatched to San Diego. It left Boston on the 10th, and made a trip to Mammoth Cave. New Orleans was visited during the Mardi Oras festival. The party contains about a hundred members, as follows: Edwin Allen, Mrs. Edwin Allen, 0_ wego, N. V.; Miss Ames, Oliver Ames, Mrs. F. L. Ames and maid, E.B.Badger, Mrs. E. B. Badger, Boston; Mrs. H. A. Batchelor, East Saginaw, Mich.; F. A. Beckwith, Fitchburg, Mass; Miss Beeck man, Boston; Master E. Jefts Beede, Hudson, Mass.; Miss E. A. Berry, Gar diner, Ma. ; John F. Bolles, Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. A. D. Breed, New York; Geo. N. Bnrdick, Westerly, R. I. j Mrs. Wm. A. Burke, Lowell, Mass ; Dr. James S. Burton, Hartford, Conn.; C. C. Candee, Mrs. C. C. Candee, Bnffilo, Mrs. M. Devereaux Case, Oneida, N. V.; Mrs. Ada J. Cash, Groton, Conn., Miss M. K. Channon, Germantown, Pa.; J. L. Daniels, Mrs. J. L. Daniels, New York; Mrs. E. J. Davis, Miss L. Mabel Davis, Somerville, Mass.; Miss Marie F. Dewenap, New York; F. Gcrdon Dexter, Boston; Miss H. L. Fenton, Edge Hill, Pa.; E. W. Field, Newton, Mass. j Geo. A. Field, Boston; Dr. H. M. Field, Mrs. H. M. Field, Newton, Mass.; William G. Fonlke, Philadelphia; James H. Foy, Mrs. James H. Foy, New Haven, Conn.; Miss Belle D. Frear, Edwin A. Frear, Troy, N. V.; Albert M. Gilbert, William Gilbert, Mrs. William Gilbert, Menasba, Wis.; Mrs. E. A. Graham, Utica, N. V.; Mrs. Lucy P. Greene, New Bedford, Mass.; Mrs. J. V. Hall, Bristol, Conn.; Fred A. Hatch, Jr., Dorchester, Mass.; Miss .E. Howard, Hartford, Conn.; Daniel Kariner, M. D., Mrs. Daniel Karener, Germantown, Pa ; A. P. X itch ing, George E. Learnard, Miss Grace R. Learnard, Boston, Mass.; George Leon ard, Newton, Mass.; Benjamin Mann, Mrs. Bwnjimin Mann, William McCav, Mrs. William McCay, Miss G. McFa'd den, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. McMorran, Mrs. H. McMorran, Port Huron, Mich.; Miss Emma Megargee, Mrs. Theo. Me gargee, Miss Tacie Megargee, Philadel phia, Pa.; D. H. Menougb, J. S. Memueh. Oxford, Pa.; William Nichols, Mrs. William Nichols, Lowell, Mass.; Mrs. Abbie M. Painter, New Brunswick, N. J.; Mrs. Helen M. Parker, New Bed ford, Mas<».; Albert C. Pond, Mrs. Al bert C. Pond, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. E. fl. Price aad maid, Troy, N. V.; C H Robinson, Mrs. C. H. Robinson, Boston, Mass.; Marcus H. Rogers, Mrs. Marcus H. Rogers, Pittsdeld, Mass.; Miss C. G. Schantz, Mrs. L. G. Schantz, Utica, N. V.; John Y. Schreyer, Miss M. E. Schreyer, Misß R. Y. Schreyer, Milton, Pa.; Miss Clara L. Schuyler, Mrs. Thos. Schuyler, Albany, N. V.; John 8. Bhep pard. Perm Van, N. V.; R. H. Steams, Jr., Boston, Moss.; Mrs. L. H. Tilling hast, M. E |Tillinghast, Providence, R. I,; John F. Tuttle, Mrs. John F. Tat tle, Oneida, N. V.; Miss Mamie Wheeler W. B, Wheeler, Mrs. W. B. Wheeler and maid, Nbw York, N. V.; F. W. Whitney Mrs. F. W. Whitnev, Leominster, Mass. E. B. Wight, Mrs. E. B. Wight, Master Otis B. Wight, Cleveland, Ohio; Misa Mary Wight, Lowell, Mass. The excursion is in charge of Luther 8. Holden, of Boston, and Coolidge Brainerd, of Djrcheeter. It came ou over the Southern Pacific. A gentleman just arrived from Salt Lake City shows a copy of a dodger which has recently been distributed on the streets in that place to the following effect: Provo City, Utah, Feb. 10,1890. Want . d—loo good tie- makera to make railroad ties; will pay good prices. Also, wanted, 500 good teams and wagons to haul same. Also, wanted, a large number of tie makers to make ties at different points on the Utah Central railroad and its •ranches. F. J. Moss, Contractor, St. Louis, Mo. J. W. Nicholß and M. B. Duffreed, Managers. References: Om>ha National Bank of Omaha, Neb., and Merchants' National Bank of St. Louis, Mo. F. J. Moss ia one of the contractors THE LOS AJTQJBLES DAILY HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING? FEBRUARY 26, 1890. who are doing the work on the Utah ex tension. The demand for such an unus ual number of men and teams would seem to indicate that the Union Pacific Company proposed to push their work in this direction more rapidly than they are doing at present. The Souther a Pacific has put an extra car on tho train that runs to Whittier, the increase of business demanding it. Orange specials went east and north on tbe Southern Pacific yesterday. Fred W. Thompson, the local repre sentative of the Rock Island route, has just returned to the city from a trip to Chicago. In company with the directors of the Rock Island route Mr. Thompson made a trip over a large portion of the Rock Island system. He reports that the "California on Wheels" has been doing very good missionary work all through Kansas, lowa and Missouri, and that interest in Southern California was universally manifested. He expresses the view that the next season's business in the passenger line will be unusually large. ' SI HM Xl pP,tt> To the Fund ln Aid of the X. Itl. O. A. Building-. The following is a list of the names of those who have recently contributed to ward the fund for clearing off the in debtedness of the Y. M. C. A. and finishing the building: T. M. Uderson, Buss Avery, Fred Behrens, F. H. Billings, Sarah H. Bixby, Clara Bosbyshell, May Bosby shell, Mrs. W. D. Byram, Mary E. Case, Mrs. H. P. Case, Jean Case, John Chroma, Bessie Coffin, E. J. Dole, Sarah L. Dole, Frank Dresser, Mabelle E. Dunn, Clara Ellis, Malcolm A. Fraser, M, S. Greenwood, F. E. Hard, E. L. Hobbs, Joaeph A. Humphreys, J. S. Johnson, C. R. Jones, F. D. Jones, Gertie Jones, J. K. Kennedy, Jue King, E. J. King, Jennie Lv, Edith H. Murphy, Cora A. Nance, Frank A. Nance, P. Parsons, Helen M. Perkins, F. Pursord, M. S. Reed, O. Renning, E. C. Salsig, Frank A. Sanborn, D. F. Sheldon, Mrs. 9. Sheldon, J. R. Tally, W. H. Anderson, W. A. Barker, Bert Bellis, T. W. Boynton, P. W. Brean, H. C. Carr, Mrs. Chambers, Frank Childs, J. W. Cochran, Jno. R. Colburn, F. J. Cressey. R. E, Dill, C. H. Duntor, H. L. Duntor, Fred. Eaton, A. M. Edelman, Fowler & Colwell, R. A. Fowler, E. W. Fortune, J. H. Friedrich, B. W. Gerhart, H. D. Godfrey, R. B. Goodman, Dr. O. W. Green, Jas. T. Henry, H. T. Hollingsworth, Percy W. Hoyle, Guy V. fluffard, J. D. Jackson, O. T. Johnson, A. C. Jones, L. P. KiDke, T. W. Kringle, O. A. Lane, Geo. E. Lawrence, E. B Lincoln, Frank Low, W. N. Maurice, W. T. Maurice. W. C. Merrick, C. E. McKee, E. F. McKee, F. E. Moon, M. Morely, W. L. Overland, Fred. W. Paulus. S. P. Rees, J. C. Rich ardson, W. E. Rowley, W. N. Seaman, Wm. C. Skinner, John Smith. Stanly <fe Henry, Peter Stone, Samuel Storhm, D. B. Sumner, Louis Tag, F. H. Voigt, W. A. Winnock, G. Witherspoon. W. C. Woodman, E. H. Woolston, A. T. Wohlenbsrg, W. G. Worsham, Andeison & Chanslor, E. A. Allinson, J. H. Bradbeer, H. C. Bristol, Octo H. Boye, Jae. T. Byram, Nicho'son & Chase, Y. S. Eberle, Godfrey Edwards, R. W. Erdman. Chas. Gasseu, A. S. Gemmill, C. F. Gilman, J. D. Hatch, John V. Hunt, C. Knagenljelm, W. A. Kolmar, M. Larson, M. Leightenheimer, N. G. Leonard, F. M- Lind, Jno. Lowe, John M. Marble, A. Neiffenbach, J. B. Newton, A. Pearson, W. G. Parkhurst, C D. Piatt, W. B. Scarborough, G. P. Simmons, J. H. Stephens, 8. W. Strong, T. L. Thacker, Mrs. K. F. Thorpe, A. D. Westbrook, A. L Whitelaw, Jr., John A. Wills, J. A. Wright. The account now stands: Total amount to be raised by March 15. 1890, $60,000; amount re ported at 6 p. m. February 24, $19 612.20: amount added to 6 p. m. February 52, $480.50; total, $20,092.70. Balance to be raised. $39 907.30. A Oommliilon lan'i Views. General John R. Mathews says that he has been keeping watch of the increase in acreage of land set out to ordinary farm products—especially those which |we import from the East or from the northern part of the State—and that he thinks there will be a great improvement next year over last in the supplying cf local markets with local products. He instances the case of a large number of localities where the unused land has been taken up and planted to potatoes and onions and other vegetables. He says, however, that what the county wants more than anything else just at present is the establishment of creameries right in the midst of the farming districts. New Cases. A. Buskind sues Charles E. Miles for $100 due for rent. George Bryson sues the Southern Pacific Company for $30 000 damages for injuries received while in the employ of the company. Frank Friedman sues D. C. Wilson and others to foreclose a mortgage for $500. Charles H. Schmidt suec 8. H. Dilli ner and wife to foreclose a lien, $87.70. E. F. Spence and George H. Bone brake, as trustees of the East Side Water Company, sue said company to foreclose a trust deed for $17,500 R. L. Horton sues Y. Collar Jo to fore close a mortgage for $400. An Old Resident. Don Vicente Lugo, the head of the well-known Logo family, died yesterday morning at 5 o'clock, at the San An tonio ranch, near Downey. He was 75 years of age and one of the oldest resi dents of this part of the State. His father was Don Antonio M. Lugo, one of the largest land-owners in Sonthern Cal ifornia before the accession. In 1856 Don Vicente built the Chinese restau rant building near the plaza. He was held in high estimation by the Spanish- American residents of this vicinity as an excellent business man and a good citi zen. At Santa Fe Spring-** The following guests are at the Santa Fe Springs: A, W. Pessoll, Hermosillo, Mex.; L. S. Bawtelle, Butte; E. A. Burr, H. E. Thurber, J. A. Sullivan, W. H. Rigg ■■, Thomas Rack, Edward Carson, P. J. Watson, George J. Carson, Jr., Wm. S Brown, A. McGinnis, Miss J. Scoville, Miss R. Scoville, James J. Ayers and wife, C. H. Hall, T. B. Chapman and wife, Arthur W. Brown, Mrs. Woodhead, Miss Laura Woodhead, Miss Florence Woodhead, J. Shultis, C. J. ahepherd, Los Angeles; J. H. Nickerson, Santa Ana; Mrs. E. Slater, Los Angeles. Incorporated. Articles of incorporation cf the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Norwalk were filed yesterday. The ■ ■.corporators are: Flora McKusick, May Foster, Annie Z Foster, Bessie Harris, A. C. Gates, Edith Swigart and Adelia Foster. Try "Pride of the Family" soap. QUARTZ LEDGES. A liana- Trip on Poot ln Searcn of Vol*. A man named Welch exhibited a piece of gold quartz at this office yesterday which he said he obtained in the moun tains about thirty-five miles from Man chester, in this county, and on the north ern border of the mountains back of San Gabriel. He stated that he started on foot from Border City about two months ago to tramp along the northern border of the mountains and prospect as he went, expecting to wind up at Lancaster, where he could take a train back to civilization. He carried with him noth ing but a blanket, gun, knife, a uiarbleized dish which served as a cup and a cooking utensil, a small pick and a hatchet, and with these he had managed to exist in what he characterized as a "high style." He started out on his journey on foot, and spent the most of his time in climbing over the mountains searching for indications of either of the two pre cious metals. The first two weeks he found nothing, and only saw two places which he thought might prove to have some small amount of silver. Then he came across a well-defined silver ledge which cropped out noar the top of a peak overlooking the desert. The vein was rather thin, but he thought it might widen, and for two days he dug down, only to find that the mineral disappeared. Eight days further on in his wanderings he discovered traces of copper in a ravine, but did not stop to investi gate it, for he imagined from the appearance of the mountains he would find something better further on, and according to bis statement he did. The next cation he entered he states contains four well-defined ledges of gold quartz, a sample of which he had with him. He worked for nearly two weeks on these ledges and left, satisfied that ho had struck a good thing. Two of these ledges he thinks are nearly five feet wide, and as they dip at an angle of about 40 degrees, there is no telling how far they continue. The other ledges break off suddenly on the side of a mountain, and are in such a difficult posi tion to get at that be did not make any more than a brief examination of them. He thinks that these ledges are not quite so thick. Twice during his trip it rained, and he found it difficult to keep comfort able, but he came back in good health, and left last night for Sacramento. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. People Who Want to Come to Southern California to l ive. Secretary Patton, of the Chamber of Commerce, received yesterday a list of 160 names sent by the managers of the "California on Wheels." They are the names of people who have expressed a wish to move to Southern California and who have asked for information about this section. A quantity of pamphlets was dispatched to them. The secretary also had a letter yester day from the manufacturers of a patent hydraulic pipe, announcing that they contemplated establishing a plant in this city and asking what encouragement would be offered. Steamer Departures. The steamer Corona sailed north yes terday with the following passengers: For San Francisco—William Turner and wife, N. C Skinner, T. L. Skinner and wife, H. H. Mass, wife and three children, William Cotton, F. B. Petrie, W. C. Griffin, W. H. Henderson, W. H. Hellman, Arch Dods, A. B. Brown and wife, Mrs. F. C. Petrie, J. H. Saunders, Dr. C. C. Firth, John Finzer and wife, Miss Hattie Webbe, W. F. Holland, John Stone, C. B. Wilkes and four in the steerage. For San Luis Obispo—Miss L Marsh, Mrs C. M. Murphy, F. F. Field, F. E. Parker. For Santa Barbara—J. Bullis. Two _ntertalnniente. Miss Jessie Couthoui has been en gaged to give two entertainments in Illinois hall on March Btn and 10th. This gifted lady ia now making her first tour of the Pacific Coast, and iv all the northern cities where the people have had an opportunity to hear her they have been pleased with her elocutionary powers. Dr. Hearst, president of the Pacific University .says of Miss Couthoui: '•She is the finest recitationist in Amer ica." Her entertainments here will be interspersed with music by some of the best local talent obtainable. Put on tbe Brakes If you find you are going down hill in point of health. Failing s-rength, impaired digestiou aud assimilation are the marks of decline uhecc these and other indications of premature decay with the grand cltalizer aud restraining tonic, Hostette r '6 Stomach Bitters. Beginning at the fountain head, the stomach, the Bitters remedies its inefficiency, corrects its errors and sets it vigorously at work. The digestive organ is thus enabled to thoroughly separate "from the food its nutritive principle*, wh'ch the blood assimi lating, is enriched, Thus is the system nourished, and being nonrished strengthened, and abnormal w»ste of itß tissues stayed. Appetite, the power to rest well, a regular habit are also re-established, and the various functions move once more in their natural and healthful groove. The Bitters, moreover, is a specific for aDd preventive of malarial com plaints, rheumatism, biliousness and kidney troubles. Auction Sale Of fine household goods at No. 311 South Grand avenue, near Third street, on Wednesday, February 26 _, at 10 o'clock a. m. The entire contents of the lower story of the Luyton residence, consisting of one tine upright piano, one fine folding bed, elegant bookcase, fine hall rack, tables, parlor set, lounges, chairs, mo quette carpets, rugs, dishes, glassware, silverware, and in fact, everything on said lower floor for sale without reserve ; goods nearly new. Ben. O Rhoades, Auctioneer. For Sale. Fine, stylish, polished oak cart, made by R M Bingham & Co., Rome, N. V.; front and back seat, carrying two to four light persons' height of wheel, 42 inches; height of body from floor, 30 inches; length of shaft front ot bar, 6 leet 2 inches; for small horse, 13 to 15 hands high; has been slightly used; is offered at a bargain. Hawley, Kino & Co., - Los Angeles and Requena streets Our Home Brew. Philadelphia Lager, fresh from the brewery ln draught in all the principal saloons de' oivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and Brewery 238 Aliso street. Telephone 91 ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Aoneti'e Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. For sale by C F. Heinzeman, 122 North Main street. Billings Is With Christopher In the ice cream and ice cream soda business 112 North Spring street. Telephone 303. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMFDY—a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth For sale by C. F. Heinzeman, 122 Nortn Mali street. Stoves Sold on Installments, F. E. Brown's, No. 136 South Main street. Paints, Oils and Glass. Corner Second aud Main. New styles iv wall paper, 7 cents per roll. 237 South Spring street. F. J. Bauer. i Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday: Frank M. Pattee, a native of Pennsyl vania, of the city, aged 30, to Fannie M. Schnell, a native of Missouri, of the city, aged 21. Pius Gutzweiller, a native of Germany, of the city, aged 28, to Frances Ames, a native of Massachusetts, of tne city, aged 30 J. S. Redona, a native of California, of the city, aged 23, to Maria Robles, a native of California, of the city, aged 17. When Baby was sick, we (rave h»r Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria} ISbsOiP ITlaltu-md Jheßhas-A-VdbelerlJd*, Coming to Los Angeles February 15th to 28th, 1890. TWO WEEKS ONLY ! private offices: 21 South Main St., opp. Opera House, LOS ANGELES, CAL. Dr. Liebig & Co. LIEBIG WORLD DISPENSARY. INTE P.NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE San Francisco, Cal., Butte City, Mont., Kansas City, Mo. 171 . rM.UMU._I I, of the above named Medical and Surgical Association, will visit Los Augeles and have offices for free consults; tion and etamination at 21' South Main street, for the purpose of contracting with all those desiring to be cured of Chronic, Bpecial, Pri vate and Complicated Diseases. Diseases of Men and WomeD, the Lungs, Heart, Throat, Head, Eves, Ears, Blood and Skin Diseases SDecia'ly treated and speedily cured. GlaßsEyes, Artificial Limbs. Hands and Feet adjusted to the body. Deformities of every kind skillfully treated. Braces, truces. Kleetro, Voltaic and Magnetic Appliances adjusted to every form of malformation or ailment. Remember the Special Surgeon and Phy»icim of the Liebig International Surgical Institute of Sun Francisco, is the only responsible Specialist visiting Los Angelesqunrlerly. Only one call necessary, balance of treatment until cured, by correspondence. Offices at St. Charles Hotel, San Bernardino, March Ist, and at St lames Hotel, San Diego, March 2d and 3d. 1890. ja2s d-eod-w-lra THE WM THS 118 fcOUTH SPRING ST., Opposite thi) Nadeau Hotel, LOS ANGELES. BRANCH OF SAN FRANCISCO. OPENING OF OUR Spring and Summer Novelties IN SUITINGS AND TROUSERINGS. SUITS MADE TO ORDER At Greatly Reduced Prices. The finest and largest stock of Woolens in the city to select from. tW Perfect fit and best of workmanship guaranteed. fel4-3m BANKINU HOUNEH, rpHB ONi VKKBITY BAN X OF LOS ANGB_ IS No. 119 New High street. CAPITAL STOCK PAID OP - - $100.OO< SURPLUS 20,000 B, M. WIDNEY- ~ r* . President GEO. L. ARNOLD ■ • > OaahlG! DIBBCTOBI, B. M. WIDHIT, 0. A. WAKNBB. D. O. MILTIMOBB 0. M. WBLLB. S. W. LXTTLB, L. J. P. MORRILL, L. H. TITUS. Bight per oent bonds secured by first mort ga.ge on real estate, with interest payable semi annually, are offerod to investors of ¥250 and apwardi T 08 ANGELBB SAVINGS BANK, 180 NORTH MAIN BTBEBT. A CAPITAL 8100,00 c _ 0. GOODWIN Pbbstdbni W. H. CASWELL SacßaTAßi I. W. Hbllmab, John b. Platbb, RobbbtS Bakbb, J. B. Lankershim L. 0. Goodwin. Term deposits will be received ln ■■_• ci 8100 and over. Ordinary deposits ln sb_o el $10 and over. Money to loan on Urst-class real estate Los Angeles, Jnlyl. 1889. fltf RENTS L 0 ( ' X BOXES stokes BHi _ ___*_ \\\ IB VALUABLES, EXECUTES ll_lsl<st._|i|[rl!!_>iM TRUSTS "___ii_il__ m\\m\\ d26tf WII SCBLL, MM V W. DISSOLUTION SALE OF McDoi^fer! $150,000 Worth of BOOTS and Shoes at Your Own Prices. 142-144 NORTH SPRING ST. feli-lm KANKINU HOIJBES. MAIN STREET SAVINGS BAJCSTK AND TRUST CO. 826 SOUTH MAIN STREET. CAPITAL, 5200,000 OFFICERS: DIRECTORS: J " B; Lank-shim. Kff & Vice-President Chas. Forman. j. B. Lankershim. J. H. Jones Caßhier, F. W. DeVan. I. N. Van Nuys. Geo. H. Pike. F. SabichL Five per oent. Interest paid, on Time Deposits. Money to Loan on Real _state. d2B fiemittances to all parts of the world. Agents for the Cheque Bank, limited, of London THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA. Corner of Spring and Second Streets, Lo Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL, *850,000. Is fully equipped for every kind of legitimate banking, and solicits the account needing a banker. | ' BOARD OF DIRECTORS: OFFICERS: I Owen H. Churchill, Thos. R. Bard, J. M. C. Marble President I Gen'l M. H. Sherman, Dr. W. L. Graves, Owen H. Churchill. . .Vice-President. ' Capt. George K. Lemon, E. F. C. Klokke, ' W. G. Hushes Cashier. I Dan McFarland, Fred Eaton, Perry Wildman Assistant Cashier. Perry Wildman, W.G.Hughes, ! J. M. n. Marble. 14 tf State Loan aud Tut Co, BANKING ROOM, N. W. CORNER SPRING AND SECOND STREETS, BRYSON BONEBRAKE BUILDING. Authorized Capita! »1,000,000. FULLY SUBSCRIBED. Capital Paid Up SIOO.OOO STOCKHOLDERS. Presley C Baker Dr John B Hunt Thomas E Beatty Samuel B Hunt Irene Beaver John N Hunt Hon Geo A Bingham Winifred R Hunt Rev A Blnm Daniel Innes, trustee Caroline r> Bond W H Jameion, tr_tee Blanche Bonebrake Gen E P Johnson Geo 11 Bonebrake Major E W Jones Geo Percy Bonebrake James C Kays P J Bonebrake Miss Maggie Kearney Mrs Mary A Bonynge W L Kestner Gen E Bouton Mrs Annie E Knox B R 1 oynton E H Lamme C C Briggs Jeremiah Letter John Bryson, Br Littleton Savings Bank Mary B Brown Mrs M C Lord Isaac H Bryson Hiram Mabury L N Breed S J Mathes 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 McPhail T J Carran J H Mcculloch Mrs M E Case W A Morgan S S Chaffee Stephen D Mott MrsPEChipmm S H Mott M ra M Cole Thomas D Mott W G Cochran Thomas D Mott, Jr Holdridge O Collins Charles E Mulholland Rev L P Crawford Daniel Neuhart Mrs Jennie C Cribb Geo Neuhart William H Crocker Mrs E S Newton G B Crowley Mrs Sarah Pease Carrie G Handy Andrew Peaßley Mrs Mamie Perry Davis W H Perry Walter Devereux Gershom H Perry Mrs E M Dillingham Chads J Peteler O R Dougherty C F Pierce Major H L Drew B F P.,rter Hou Blanton Duncan John Rebman J O Dunlap Ralph Rogers-, trnstco C H Dunsmoor Julia N Rogers Mrs H M Durgln Mrs T S Rogers Mrs A M Durrell A W Ryan Charles V 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 S Fletcher Slwonganoch Guaranty Charles Forre-ter Savings Bank Mrs Addie 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 X Towell G W Goode H C Witmer Miss S Edith Hadley Chester Williams M ins Anna Hahn Mrs N A Wallace Miss Louise Hahn Mrs Z S Wheeler J C Hall Si Ivanus White Julia S Harking _ C Wiley David Harris R B Wilson Sophia A Harris H J Woollacott Uriah R Harris Mrs Eliza Woollacott C N Hasson Elisa Woollacott, tr'stee George W Higgins Wm S Woollacott A A Hubbard H S Wilmaus Mrs O Hubbard, g'dn Delia O Yates E Thomas Hugheß C H Zehnder directors: GEO. H. BONEBRAKE, President. B°!. K 8?_l„f" j Vice Presidents. SAMUEL B. HUNT, Secretary. H. 0. Witmer, L. N. Breed, H. J. Woollacott, P. M. Green. W. G.Coohran. J. F. Towell. W. H. Perry. We aot as trustees for corporations, and estates. Loan money on first-class real estate and collaterals. Keep choice securities for Bale' Pay interest on savings deposit. Five per cent, pafd on time deposits. Safe deposit boxos for rent Beet Fire nsurance Companies Represented. e5-lm SECURITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST Company. Capital $200,000. No. 40 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. F. N. Myebs, S. A Fleming, President. Vice-President. J. F. Sartori, Cashier. directors: Isaias W. Hellman. O. W. Childs. J. A. Graves. 8. A. Fleming. T. L. Duque. James Rawßon. M. B. ShaV. 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 1b called to the faot that 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 IOBU of the old st and most responsible citizens of the community; that under the State laws, the private estates of its stockholders aie 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 teaohers, clerks, mechanics, employees in factories and shops, laborers, etc., will find it convenient to make deposit <In small amounts. Financial agents for eastern and San Fran cisco capital. Money to loan on ranches and city property. Bonos and mortgages bough*. Remittances may be sent by draft or Wells- Far go Express ' fJ.-tf FARMERS AND MERC HANTS BAn_ OT LOB AKSBLBS, CAL. Isaias W. Hbllman President . li. n Ononwm Vloo-Pmsirlovt John Milnkr Cashier H. J. Fleishkam Assistant Cathler Capital (paid tip) - - $500,000. B—plas and Reserve Fund 800,000. I Total, .... $1,300,000. DIRECTORS 0. W. childs, o. £. Thorn, Jose Mascarel, J. B. Lankershim. 0. Ducommnn, Philippe Gar nler, L. C. Goodwin, L. L Bradbury, isaias W, Hellman. STOCKHOLDERS, O. W. OMlds, L. L. Bradbury, Philippe Gar nler, James B. Lankershim, T. L. Dnque, Jose Mascarel, Chas. Dnoommun, Andrew GlaaseU, Cameron K. Thorn, Domingo Ameetoy, Louis Polaskl L. O. Goodwin, Prestley C. Baker, Frank Leoonvreur, Oliver H. Bliss Sarah J. Lee, Estate D. Solomon, Ohrls. Henn, Jacob Knhrts, Isaias W. Hellman. fl ANGELES OODNTT BANK. Temple Blook, Los Angeles, Oal, Capital Stock Paid Up, $100,000. Roserve Fund, $100,000. JOHN B. PLATER ...President R. 8. BAKER Vice-President GBO. H. STB WART Cashier DIRECTORB: H. L. Maoneil, Jotham Bixby, John B. Plater, Robert S. Baker, John A. Pax ton, Geo. W. Presoott, Geo. H. Stewart. Bay and Sell Exchange oa Sau Frsa- Cisco, New York, London. Paris, BerUm and Frankfort. Buy Kxohange on all parts of the United 81 st and Europe. Receive Money on open account and on tlnoate of deposit, and do a general banking and exchange business. f 1 jjURST NATIONAL BANK OFLOB ANGELB CAPITAL BTOOK $200,000. RESERVE $805,000. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY K. F. 8P8N08... President I' _ W&££li L Vice-President J. M. ELLIOTT Cashier G. BBHAFFEB Assistant Cashier Dlrectprs-B. F. Bpenoe, J, D. Bloknell, S. B ? I( _ t '» W w m ;. L * os '' X Crank, H. Mabmry J. M. Elliott. f i HB CITY BANK. 37 South Spring street. Capital Stock $300,000 A. D. CHILDRESS President JOHN 8. PARK Cashier DIRECTORS. W. T. Childress Poindexter Dunn J. J. Schallert B. B. Crandall John S. Park R. G. Lunt A. D. Childress. General banking. Fire and burglar proof safe deposit boxes rented at from $3 to $20 per annum. di 12m jy>H ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, 008. First and Sprinb Bts. Capital $500,000 00 surplus and Undividbd Pbofitb ■ 75,000 00 Total ..$075,000 00 GBO. H. BONEBRAKE President. JOHN BRYSON, 8b Vice-President. V r> H'*w KB napMnr E. W. COB Assistant Cashier. DIRECTORS, Db. W. G. Cochran, H. H. Marxham. Pebbt M. Gbbbn, John Bryson, Sb,, Da. H. SINSABAUBH, F. C. Howbs, Gbobsb H. Bonbbbaxb. Exchange for sale on all the principal elites of the United States and Europe. j8 £IA_IPORNIA BANK Cor. Broadway and Second sts.. Los Angeles, Subscribed Capital $500,000 Paid up Capital .$300,000 HsrplßS $20,000 DIRBCTORS: Hervey Unjiey, J. 0. Kays, B. W. Jones, G. W. Hughes, Sam. Lewis. H. O. Witmer.. President. J. Frankenfield Vice-President. T. J. Weldon, Cashier. J. M. Witmer, Assistant Cashier. General Banking and Exchange Basinets transaotea. 1 v 4m SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK NADBAU BLOOK. L. N. BREED President WM. F BOBBYBHBLL Vu*ll_2S. 0. N. FLINT Otsbiar Paid-in capital $200,000 Surplus 20,000 Authorised Capital 500,000 Directors—L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, H. A Barclay, Charles E. Day, B. 0. Bosbyshell, M Hagan, Frank Bader, Louis Gottschalk. D. Bemiok, Thos. Goes. William i, Bosbyshell.