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Pasadena's Council Has an Im portant Meeting. Funds Provided for Meeting tho In terest on Maturing Bonds. Soaking Bains Reported from All Sec tions—The Postmastershlp Fight at Riverside — Red lands llappenlngs. Pasadena, Jan. 30.—The city council toet in regular session at 3 o'clock this afternoon, Ccuncilmen Cox, Lukenß and Clark present, Judge Weed in the chair. The minutes of the meeting of January 23d were read and approved. The time of opening bids for laying sidewalks on South Marengo avenue was continued one week. The auditing and finance committee reported that there are municipal im provement bonda sold, unredeemed and uncancelled to date to the amount of ♦51,100, upon which interest will be due February 1, 1893, to the amount of $7555; and that municipal bonds to the amount of $9800 will mature at tbe same date; also $7650 will be due as interest on library municipal bonds February Ist, and $425 of the same bonds will ma ture at the same time. The report recommended that the above amount be paid. The recom mendation carried, and the clerk was ordered to draw warrants for the same. The following motion was passsd: "All plumbers hsreafter making con nections with the sewer be required to deposit a certified check for $25, payable to the order of the city clerk, to indem nify the city against any damages to the streets which may occur in making such connectione, no permit to be grant ed until such deposit is made, all work to be done under the supervision and to tbe satisfaction of the superintendent of streets." The report of the auditing and finance committee, recommending payment of trills to the amount of $027.41, was re ceived, and warrants ordered drawn for eaine. A resolution of intention to close up a portion of Grand avenue, in order to straighten the Btreet, was passed. City Engineer Sedwick submitted a (eport, recommending that Los Robles avenue be graded and guttered from the Banta Fe tracks to Villa Btreet in such a manner as not to injure improvements upon said street. Report placed on file and city attorney instructed to pre Dare an ordinance in accordance with same. A petition was received from prop erty ownerß on Raymond avenue, asking that the street be graded at the expwsa of property owners from Villa Btreet to Painter Btreet. The petition waß re ferred back for correction in its wording. The time for connecting with the sewer waß extended 15 days. The meeting then adjourned. THE WHITE BANQUET. Pasadena promises to be well repre sented at the banquet to be given in honor of Stephen M. White, a number ol our prominent citizens having signi fied their intention of attending. The banquet will, without doubt, be one of the finest affairs ever given in Southern California. Mr. W. U. Masters has charge of ar rangements for the accommodation of Faßadena guests, and be wishes all who desire to attend to notif.v him as Boon as possible, that seats may be reserved. NOTES. The rain has fallen steadily all day, bringing the total for the season up to over 12 inches. Superintendent of Streets Brown re ports but littlo damage aB yet done by the storm on the streets. The illustrated library entertainment, given by the young Indies of the Presby terian church, at MiBB Orton's school, last Saturday afternoon and evening, proved a most enjoyable affair. Middaugh's Musical Comedy company and (Sold band will appear at the opera , house, on Saturday evening, in Our Ger man Ward, a four-set comedy. The meeting called this afternoon of members of the committee appointed at a recent mass meeting to solicit funds for the world's fair picture failed to ma terialize, owing no doubt to the rainy weather. The practice of running watenepoute to the inside line of the cement side walks, and allowing the water to find its way to the gutter in any way it may see fit, is quite common on several of our principal streets, and proves very dis agreeable to pedestrians on wet days, who must either be good jumpers or wade through to the detriment of good health. What has become of the Pasadena Burial association ? The combination as projected was not only most unique but very useful, and should not be lost sight of. The idea apparently had its origin in this city and its object, to bury its members aud families at cost price, waß certainly commendable. At the last public meeting it was proposed to organize under a state charter; since then nothing has been heard of it. Pasadena Briefs. Pasadena office of tbe Herald, No. 16 West Dolorado street. Advertisements and subscrip tions received. ST. NICHOLAS, half block from terminus of the Los Angeles, Pasadena and Glendale rail way. Rates $5 to *7 per week. Miss I. Mc- Laln, proprietor. MORGAN'S LIVERY AND BOARDING STA BLE, rear of post-office. Safe and Btjlish turn outs atr reasonable prlceß. Telephone 56. 0. GARIBALDI, dealer in wines, liquors, cigarß and tobacco, also canned goodß. Bast Colorado street, cor. Chestnut avenue, COOK & ECKOZA, general blacksmtthlng. No. 15 Union street. G. B. MAYHEW, real estate broker, 20% West Colorado street. Loans and Investments. m DONALD, BROOKS 4 CO., real eEtate, loans and houses for rent. Bargains In honses and ranches. 7 East Colorado street. ARTHUR H. PALMER, D. D. 8. Dental sooms, Kldrldge building, Pe-adena. MERCANTILE LDNCH HOUSE, 32 South fair Oaks avenue. Meals at all hours. HOTEL GREEN—Electric lights, steam hcat >d, hot and cold water, elevator, and all mod srn improvements. THE PAINTER HOTEL, Fair Oaks and Washington; first-class family hotel. LOS ANGELES HOUSE, corner Colorado itreet and Delacey avenue; transients. If 1 aud f1.50 per day; first class. P. Klein, proprietor KERCKHOFF-CUZNER Mill and '.umber Do., corner Broadway and Kansas street. REDLANDS. ft Steady Downpour of Refreshing Bain . — Notes and Personals. Remands, Oal., Jan. 30.—James 8. Todd, manager of the pipe works, made Sedlands a visit Saturday. He comes Irom Pomona. The fall Redlands' orchestra will play it the Academy of Music Thursday Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Roncwer has restored gray hair to Its original color and pre rentbd brldness In thournnos of oases. It will is so to you. *fT2 evening during the "Turkish Bath" performance. Mr. and Mrs. Gsorge T. Durham are visiting Mr. A. Humphrey on Fourth Btreet. Mr. Durham is president of tbe Granite Electric Light company of Phil ipsburg, Mont. The Bear Valley offices are to be re fitted in bank style. The improvement is made under the direction ot President Charles W. Greene. J. R. Keagle has purchased two lots in Lugonia ior $700. Mr. I. N. Hoag is the vendor. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Edwards have re turned from a trip to Bear valley via City creek. John P. St. John spoke to men only at Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday, and to a large audience of ladies and gentlemen at the academy of music in the even ing. The remains of Henry C. Cooke were sent to Columbus, 0., Saturday. The rain poured down all this fore noon and is still pouring. Iv the mean time the pourees say, "Lay on, Mc- Duff." Seven men were arrested for vagrancy and tried tbis morning. Borne were convicted. All appeared to be industri ous working men. RIVERSIDE. Lively Fight Over the Poßtmaetershlp. A Heavy Rain—Social Poluts. Riverside, Jan. 30.—The fight for the postmastersbip under the new adminis tration ia becoming intensely interent ing—if not bitter. There are at least half a dozen good Democrats seeking the appointment, and it is certain that some of them will be sorely disap pointed. A movement was being talked of today to call the local Democratic club together and vote upon the several candidates and indorse the one securing a majority of the votes. Thia scheme is opposed by several of the candidates. As yet there has been but two petitions presented to the people for signatures upon this question. NOTES. Harry C. Robertson, a highly esteemed young man of this city, died suddenly last night, the primary cause of death being consumption. Ihe remains were started tonight on their way to Indian apolis for burial. The amusements for tbis week will be found wanting. Last week there was some social event or amußement every evening. The society people will, how ever, glory in the fact that invitations are out for a dancing party Wednesday evening in the Knights of Pythias hall. The party will be given by Miss Hewit- Bon. There will be a meeting of the River- Bide Fruit exchange Wednesday after noon. The meeting waa postponed from today on account of the rainstorm. Mrs. Dr. Baird has gone to Petaluma on a Bhort visit. D. A. Wheeler will leave tomorrow for the Rose mines. He c.me in last Fri day on a visit to his family. A heavy rain began falling this morn ing and continued unabated throughout tbe day. It was the heaviest rain of the eeaßon. The precipitation will be worth thousands of dollars to this sec tion of country. The presentation of the cantata The Holy City haa been poatponed one week and will be given on February 7th. F. G. Kcker, winner of the Southern California championship medal for bird shooting, has been challenged by J. H. Goodhue for a shoot. Tbe match will come off the latter part of the week. Ecker won the medal from Dr. Tibet by killing every bird in 25 shots. ANAHEIM. Ruin Falling In Klin warn- Fears for tire Yor'm Bridge—Notes. Anaheim, Jan. 30. —The rain is still falling in heavy showers, the rainfall for this storm already amounting to nearly three inches. Fears are beginning to be entertained that should the rain con tinue much longer the piling of the new Yorba bridge will turn the river out of its channel and cause water to ran down through Fullerton and the country north of this city. The piles of the bridge are only 16 to 20 feet apart, and as a lot of trees and brush are always carried down by the high water, but a little time would be required to gather a rubbish dam against the bridge that would turn the stream over the banks. Mrs. E. Rupel, who has been conduct ing a class in penmanship here, has just closed her first term and awarded priz.es to Freddy Lewis and Harry Davie, as showing the most improvement. These and other pupils show wonderful pro gress lor the short time they have been taking lessons. The general election for directors of the Anaheim Irrigation district will be held in the various precincts tomorrow (Wedneeday). A great deal of interest is being felt in the result of the election. The annual stockholders' election for a board of seven directors in the Ana heim Union Water company, Saturday, resulted in the election of Messrß. J. P. Zeyn, C. O. Rum, E. F. Kellogj, W. M. McFadden, E. R. Amerige, J. K. Tuffree and W. F. Bottaford. A recount was had today on account of a protest, but it did not affect the result. Messrs. Littlefield, Morgan, Walker and;olhers,who were to start today for the New river country in San Diego county, to develop water in that dry but fertile valley, have postponed the trio on ac count of the rain. They have a four mule team, heavy wagon loaded with provisions, a well-boring outfit, etc..and are all ready to make the start as Boon as the weather clears. The ground in a couple of week will be in splendid condition to set out trees, and the indications are that many hun dreds acres of new orchards will be planted in this vicinity this season. REDONDO. The Shipping Business Booming-Per sonal Points. Redondo, Jan. 30.—The steamship Santa Rosa, Captain Alexander, moored alonnside Redondo wharf at 10 o'clock this morniug. She landed 280 tons of merchandise and 50 passengers for this port, departing for southern ports at 10 a. m. today. The steamer Enreka, Captain Leland, came in from Han Pedro at 5 o'clock last evening. She took out from Re dondo 21 tons of merchandise and 13 "The Noble Art of Self Defense." Bet Forth by an Authority—Self defense is instinctive- Persons who find themselves af flicted with heart disease as manifested by its many symptoms, palpitation, short breath, ir regular pulse, pain in; ldc or shoulder, smother, lng, fa'ntlng or dropsy, etc., naturally devlre a defense against what mty terminate fatally. For this exprers puipose no remedy has ever approaches Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, sold by C. 11. lUnce 177 N. Spring, on a guaranta-'. Mrs. O. F. Perkins of Northwood, Is., says, D**. Miles' New Heart Cure Bayed her He. Bho HiiTored from palpiutionaud heart would fre quently beat as hlirh as 125 a mm te. Was not expected to live Was a mere skeleton, no reM»f from physicians. New Heart Cure our»d her. LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY «U 18»3. The sincerest Flattery Imitation, but beware of the base i imitations of the "unique" Apollinaris and reject second rate substitutes. Demand the Orange Label and Triangular Mark. passengers for northern ports, getting away at 8 p. m. The schooner Beulah, Captain John son, from Portland, with a cargo of 450,000 feet of pine lumber consigned to tie Willamette Lumber company of Redondo, anchored in port early thie morning. Captain Johnson reports some rough weather off the mouth of the Columbia river. A steady and copious downpour of rain since early this morning has been in progress in thia vicinity, and indica tions this afternoon are that there ia more to follow. Among the visitors today at Redondo Beach was George Zobelein of the Maier it Zobelein brewery of Los Angeles. Mr. Zobelein is placing bis goods in this market very successfully. The many guestut the Redondo to day are passing away the time in doors, engaging at billiards, carls and other games, as the outside world ie rather too boisterous for the usual outing gen erally indulged in during the after part of the day. Arrivals tbis morning at the Redondo: W. G. Haley, wife and two children, Sioux City. la.; W. W. Spauiding, "Wil liam Bernstein, Portland, Ore.; Rev. Dr. DouglaßS, Washington, D. C; Charles V. Manner, San Francisco; E. T. Mc- Ginnia, Los Angeles; James W. Lyne, Philadelphia; Mrs. C. M. Hambright, Miss Florence Hambright, Racine, Wis.; Philip Howell and wife, New York. Arrivals at Ocean View house: Lola B. Fry, Helena, Mont.; James Gray, San Francisco; Ira W. Loomis, W. F. Fox, Los Angeleß; Lorenzo Fiaher, Miss Gertrude Fisher, Pomona. SANTA ANA. A Rain That Gladdens the Hearts of the Farmers—Notes and Personals. Santa Ana, Jan. 30.—A1l day long the rain has come down steadily, and tbe farmers are the happiest mortals in the county. Up to the present hour, 4p. m., .80 of an inch of rain has fallen to day, making 4.81 inches for the season. This insures a heavy grain crop. Ten marriage licenses have been is sued this month. The Orange County Tribune has the following kind words to say: "The Los Angeles Herald has been enlarged and ia now tbe best morning paper published in Southern California." John Matho, aged 35, a resident of San Bernardino, was today Uoenaad to wed Sophia Kroeger, aged 27, a resident of Anaheim. A parlor of Native Sons of the Golden West is to be organized in this city. There are upwards of 70 young gentle men in Santa Ana eligible to member ship. An adjournsd meeting of the Ladies' guild of the Episcopal church will be held at the home of Mrs. D. F. Jones, First street, on Thursday, February 2d, at 2 p.m. Jamea Johnson, the man arreßted at Santa Monica last week, will be brought to this city as soon as he has served out a Bentento for some, petty offense com mitted in that city. Johnson is one of the slickest scoundrels that ever worked tbis community. The Jefferson club of this city will give an entertainment in G. A. It. hall Wednesday evening. Mrs.J. A. Hankey isvisitine friends in Los Angeles. Mrs. J. A. Taylor left for Pasauena to day, where she will vißit friends and rela tives for a short time. The Salvation army of this city re ceived reinforcements last night from San Bernardino and held a "hallelujah cycloree" in the Main-street Methodist Episcopal church. A large attendance was present. POMONA. A Tory Heavy Rainfall In the Valley. Social Events. Pomona, Jan. 30.—This season's rain fall has been moßt gratifying to every one in the Pomona valley, as nearlenine inches of rain for the season had fallen up to noon. Are our streets to be paved, or not? This is a leading question in the minds of a great many people in our city. Every rain storm brings up this ques tion, only to be dropped when the rays of the sun peep out. It will have to be done sooner or later, and the question is, why not now? A number of our citizens are arranging to go to the senatorial banquet in Los Angeles. Jack the Squeezer has suddenly sus pended operations, as nothing more has been heard of him since bis operations laßt week. Next Wednesday a general election of officers in the Orange Belt irrigation district will be held. Hope of Pomona lodge is arranging to give a social in its lodge rooms in the McComas block on next Thursday even ing. A good time is promised to every one who attends. The social dance to he given by the boys of company D will take place to night, January :> I at. ARIZONA. News Notes from tho Sun-Kissed Terri tory, [Phronix Gazjtto, Jan. 28.] Sheriff J. R. Lowry of Yavapai county and ex-Sheriff W. J. Mulvenon have gone to Wyoming after a man named Whittaker, who is charged with the murder of a man named Bryant near Bumble Bee about five years ago. Whit taker is now serving a term in a Wyom ing jail and will be taken in charge by Terrible Mlsfortane. Many BufFar.iNo from It Today—Tho cry of misfortune is never heard without a responsive throb of sympathy from those who hem- it Thousands who have had la grippe, which left them with that constant tired, worn-out feel ing, sleeplessness, dull headache, depression, hysteria, etc., haveolten prayed for relief, and are obtaining lt from Dr. Miles' Restorative N- rvine. M. Lew Enyart Many. lud., says: "Your Nervine has cured me of prostration; it is just what your advertisement said it was." ■Two bottles of NervKe cured me of sick head ache."— Chas. Wllber, Palmyra. N Y. Sold on v guarantee by C. H. fiance, 177 N. flpring. Call for the Doctor's nook. "New and atartiiuir Facts," free, the Yavapai officers when his time is up. William Zent will leave today for Frog Tanka with a six-horse team loaded with supplies for the improvements being made on the Frog Tanks Btation by Frank Byler. I Tombstone Prospector, January 27th ] Yesterday afternoon an unpleasant oc currence happened at one of our leading saloons. A man from "Bitter Creek" took a hand in a poker game and won some $250. He pocketed his money and walked out. Shortly afterward he re turned and tried his luck, but this time it went against him. When hie pile got down to $50 he made a lunge at the drawer to help himself, claiming he had been cheated, and showed a disposition to raise a breeze. Friends intervened and the matter was compounded by al lowing tbe man his grab. The action of tbe gentleman from "Bitter Creek" ia considered in high circles as unprofes sional. J. H. Boyd, the well-known mining man, returned yesterday from a visit to the White Hille in Mohave county. He Bays that the camp is very lively at present. There are about 400 men in the camp. The ranchers of the San Pedro sell all their hay at $25 per ton at the Mam moth mine. [Minor, Kingman, January 27th.] John Kriner and B. T. Boot have just discovered an enormous gold ledge in the foothills of the river range, about 12 miles southwest from White Hille. We are informed that the ledge is six feet in width and an average sample ta ken therefrom assayed $73 in gold per ton, and a picked specimen gave a re turn of 52 ounces in gold. Henry P. Ewing and H. W. West, a mining man formerly of Silver Beef, Utah, have two tons of rich ore from the Blind Goddess mine, White Hills, at tbe sampler awaiting treatment. They are down 60 feet on the ledge and have commenced drifting. The shaft shows ore all the way down and they will make regular shipments as soon as they can commence etoping. THE BASEBALL SITUATION. The Opinion of a Recent Visitor to San Francisco. Mr. Kmile Quarrd, manager of Le Progress, was seen yesterday afternoon by a Hskald reporter regarding the baseball situation and the prospects of Los Angeles having a team this year.. "Will Los Angeles secure a franchise thiß season ?" he was asked. "No, I think not, since my last inter view with Messrß. Harris and Finn last Thursday afternoon," said Mr. Quarrel "The week before they were inclined to give Los Angeles another show, but now lam afraid we will get left. Stock ton and Sacramento are making a very hard fight for it. "The main objections of the northern magnates is that Los Angeles is too far away and that it costs consequently too much money to play for a week only at a time, although I am sure neither one of them lost a cent coming down here. Duke Finn told me he had made money in tbe first series when his team was keeping close with the Angels, but in the second series he had lost quite a sum. Uncle Harris said he had made very little in the southern metropolis, and he thought that base ball would not be such a success here thia summer." "When will they decide thia vexed question?" "They were to decide it last Saturday but it seems that they put it off again and that is why I think that Los An geles will not get any franchise this sea son, otherwise they would not wait so long to make up their minds. The magnates don't seem to be on very good terms among themselves either. Robin son is pulling one way, while Harris and Finn are pulling the other. The Oak land manager has already signed his team, which looks quite strong. Harris has signed Reuben Levy and Catcher Spies. If AI Lindley is not called to San Francisco this week I am almost sure that we will have to do without league baseball this year." THE POLICE COURTS. Minor Cages Which Were Settled There Yesterday. In Justice Seaman's court yesterday Krank Powelaon was sentenced to pay a tine of $20, or the alternative of 20 days' imprisonment, for battery. He assaulted a woman of ill repute on Alameda street. George Myers and George Lane, ar rested by Officer Dunn, were in the po lice court, yesterday, on the charge of petit larceny, in stealing two boxes of handkerchiefs from a Japanese store. Myers pleaded guilty, and Lane will have a further hearing this morning. Injustice Austin's court, yesterday, a warrant was sworn out charging Henry Kohler with petit larceny. He is charged with stealing a scarf pin from a man named 0. Hchuner. Both men roomed in tho same build ing, and Henry Kohler, who is a waiter in a Main street restaurant, in some manner got possession o! tbe scarf pin, and was wearing it when arrested, Kohler was taken to the police Btation. Good Loobs Good looks fire more than akin deep, depend ing upon a healthy condition oi all the vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look: if your stomach be disordered you bnve a dyspepilc look, and if your kid neys be affected you have a pinched look. Se cure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is the great alterative and tonle; acts directly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. r-oldatC. F. Heinzeman's drug store, 222 North Main street, 50c der bottle. Bu-jgy robes and horse blankets at Fov's old reliable saddlery house, 315 N. Los Angeles st. <Tnen Baby was sick, ws gave ncr Castor!*, When she was a Child, sho cried for Castorla- When she became Miss, sho clung to CaatorK, When sho hod Children, sue save tliem Csafcxf* THE LAST DAY. At 8:30 O'clock Tonight Closes the $5 Per Month Rate For All Diseases. Those Wishing to Avail Themselves of This Remarkably Low Offer Must Do So Before 8:30 O'Clock Tonight. The Record of Two Weeks—A. Word to the People — Rheuma tism Cured* The two weeks during which Dr. De Monco and associates offered to treat and furnish medicine free to all who applied have expired and that which many declared impossible has been accomplished. Out of tbe many hundreds who have applied, none have been tv m d away, and not a cent of money was accepted on any pretext whatever. The strength of the physi cians and tbe resources of the laboratories were taxed to their utmost, but the work whs ac oomplihsd. Many of the patients who have applied have said; "Doctor, 1 should like to continue under your care; I have received great benefit during the*e two weeks, but I suppose your charges are very high." Now, to answer all such remarks as thia. Dr. De Monco end associates make the following public offer: Iv order to give all au opportunity of availing themselves of their BkiU this season, Dr. De Monco and associates will, until February Ist, make a uniform charge fur meulcine and treatment of $5 a month. This Is to all patients and for all diseases. AU patients applying for treatment before February Ist will be treated for $5 a month, and all medicines furnished free, each month's treatment, including medicine, to cost • & UNTIL CURED. A Word to the People. Dr. De Monco aud associates are permanently located in Los Angeles. Therefore the people need have no fear or heßltancy in placing their case In the hands of these specialists. This re markably low offer of $h a month for all dis eases, until February Ist, is bona fide in every respect an 1 means just wh*t it says, nothlcg leas. It is not t<t ah like the offer made by ir responsible, faking itennerants, who possess neither skill, education or honesty of purpose. Dr. De Monco and associates are graduates of reputable colleges, and are not ashamed to mention the names of the same. Neither do they hesitate to have their own names appear in print accompanying the methods they adopt. They never advertise free treatment and then charge for medic 1 nes, as soores of peo ple will testify who availed themselves of their two weeks free treatment, nor do they falsely represent anything in any manner whatsoever. They state plainly what they mean in their advertisement, and fulfill all tbey promise. Medical fakirs, itennerant scamps, quacks and alledged staffs wltl do well to give Los An geles a wide berth, as their dishoneßt methods will certainly be exposed for public good. If this is not sufficiently convincing more will follow, and then let the people choose. Dr. De Monco and associates welcome straightforward, honest and skillful competi tion. RHEUMATISM CUREDs An Aggravated Case of Rheumatism Conquered and Cured by Dr. De Mon co and Associates—Mr. D- Crane of Lancaster, Cal., Relatas His Experi ence With Rheumatism and Its Cure at the De Monco Medical Institute, In conversation with the writer, Mr. Crane says: Yes, I suppose nine persons out of every ten. who have lived in California for any length of time, have had some experience with rheumatism. Mine has been anything but pleasant and profitable. D. CRANE, LANCASTER, CAL. I was confined to my bed ior weeks, not ou'y suffering intensely, but fast using up my funds. My situation was simply deplorable; wbat to do 1 did not know; finally I made up my mind to go to Los Angeleß and consnlt a physician. You ask what prompted me to to the De Monco Medical Institute? Well, fwas rerom mended to go there by a party who was under their care and was rapidly improving, and I will say right here It waß the most profitable advice I ever received in my life. I went to i hem all drawn up with pain, in fact it wax only with the greatest care and cau tion that I could walk at hl, and then only with the assistance of a cane, the pain was 10 intense. After giving me a thorough examination tbey pronounced my case curablf*. Of course I wts much encouraged by this decision, and began taking their treatment at once. From the first I felt a decided improvement, and have continued to improve light along. I have been under their ere but a short lime, and today 1 leave the city a well man. I give mis statement to let everybody know where and by whom I wis cured, and it did not cost me a for tune el her. I can truthlully Ray Dr De Monco and associates cured me of rheumatism, and I would advise all per*,olis suffering from this disease to give them a trial. You will find them genthmcn and conscien tious priy,)ician». They do juit as they agree, and do not misrepresent a* ything. I hope every patient wilt feel as greatful as I do toward the doctors of tho De Mcnco Medi cal Institute. They, and their treatment and prices are certainly a b on to humanity. Any person wi-hing detail will call upon or write me, enclosing t.t*mp, I will cheerfully respond. Adiress, D. CRaNE, Lancaster. CaL Their Qualification!. Dr. De Monco is a graduate of the Philadel phia Institute, Philadelphia, Pa.; also a grad uate of the Rocky Mountain University, Medi cal Department, one of the most notable insti tutions of its kind in this country. He has held the most honorable r ocitions in his class while at collfge, has special certificate on op erative surgery, special certificate on eye, oar. nose, throat and lung*. His diplomas bear the written endorsements of the deans of promi nent colleges, besides being foimally endorsed by the secretaries of various county and slate medical societies. No burning:, no cautery, no caustic, no nitrate of silver used. A new, suc cessful and painless system of treat ment formulated from years of ex perience. The old, painful and unsuc cessful methods must give place to the new, THEIR MAIL TREATMENT In addition to their office treatment, and for the benefit of those who cannot vUtt them, they have "question blanks" which tbey will send you upon application by mail. Be suro to answer each question carefully, for upon this depends the success of their treatment. Medicines will ba promptly shipped to your address. Inclose 4 cents with application for blanks. REMEMBER, Permanency, Education, Experience, Honesty, and Skill Is the Foundation on Which They Build. The De Monco Medical Institute, Located Permanently In the Newell and Kader Itulldlne, Koom* 2, 4, O, 8 aud 10, 121>* SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES. DR. DE MONCO AflD ASiOCIftTES. SPECIALTIES cans Ti> and all disease* of too Ear, Eye, Throat and Lungs, Nervous Dls u&sos, Skin Diseases, Chronic Diseases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 'o 11 a. ra.. 1 to 8 t>. m t f(i 8:30 r». m.; Sum. a*: !) to 11a. la. BANKING HOI'SEH. Security Sayings BanK and Trust Company STATEMENT SHOWTNO THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE SECURITY SAVINGS >7 Sank and Trust company of Los Angeles, Cal., on the morning of tiie first day of January, 1898. RESOURCES— Honda $ 28,310 00 Ileal Estate 5,000 SO Loans 804,499 21 Furniture aud Fixtures and Vaults 6,1150 00 Cash $30 006 28 Cash in Banks 93,975 47, 124 538 75 Total ~ _ „ $967,889 98 LIABILITE3B— Capital Stock (Paid In) _ $100,009 00 Reserve Fund 12,000 00 Net Undivided Profits 8,71114 Deposits 846,978 82 Total „ $967,889 96 STATE OK CAIIFORNIA, ( County of Los Angeles, j We do solemnly swear that we have (and each of us has) a personal knowledge of the matters container) in the foregoing report, and thai every a) legation, statement, matter and thing therein contained, is true to me best of our knowledge and belief. F. N, MYERS, President. J. F. BARTORI, Oashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1893. JOHN C. BEWLEY, [s«al ] Notary Public in and for Lo< Angeles county, state of California. Los Angeles Savings Bank, NO 236 North Main street. • CAPITAL STOCK. $100,000 SURPLUS 24.U00 H. W. HELLM AN, President. J E. PLATER, Vice-President, W. M. CASWELL,, Cashier. DIRECTORS: I. W. HELLMAN, K4B. BAKKR, H. W. HELLM AN, J. X. PLATER, L W. HELLMAN, Jr., 6-5 tf disinterest paid on deposits. Money to loan ou first class real estate. Uermari-Ariierican Savings BanJc, 114 SOUTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL. CAPITAL PAID IN GOLD, - - $100,000.00. Interest compounded quarterly to depositors at the rate of 5 per cent on term and 3.6 m per cent on ordinary depouits. E. N. McDONALD, Pres't, DR. JO3EPK KURTZ and 8, W. LUITWWLER. Vlce-Pres'tt. VICTOR PONET, Treasurer. M. N AVERY, -ec'y P. F. SCHUMACHER, Asst. Beo'> DIRECTORS: E.N McDonald, H. W. Btot.l, Joseph Kurtz, M. N. Aviry. E. A. Paausa. Conrad Uafen, W. M. Sheldon, b. w. juitweilm, Victob Fonkt, C.N.Flint, Isaac H. Johnson. eH??* Open every Saturday evening for deposits.a S PEI( CENT INTEKBST PAID ON DEPOSITS. Main Street Savings Bank and Trust Company, CAPITAL. - - $300,000. 426 S. MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL,. Tho design of this institution Is to affjrd a safe depository for the earnings of all persons who are desirous of placing their money where lt will be free from accident, and at the same time be earning for them a fair rate of interest. Deposits will be received in sums ot from 91 to »5000. Working men and women should deposit at least $1 per week from their wages. Tale will form a nucleus that will ultimately enable you to purcuase a home or begin business. Chil dren can purchase 5-cent stamps in all parts of tho city and county It is the best education you can have in saving and caring for money. J. B. LANKERBHIM, OHAB. FORMAN, J. V, WACHTEL. President. Vice President, Cashier. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGES. gTATBMENT OP THE* CONDITION OF —THE— Main Sireet Savings Bank and Trust Company At tbe eloßeof business December 31, 1 ASSETS. Cash on hand and due from Banks.lf 71,011 15 Losus 323,482 28 Ileal estate 13,877 87 Bonds 63 170 40 Furniture and fixtures 1,550 15 Other asiets , 754 70 $474,70.1 05 LIABILITIES. Capital paid if 50.000 00 Reserve fund 8,000 00 Profit and loss 7 11. Due depositors «xa,Tir> **• $174,702 55 Stat« of California, ) . County of Los Angeles, i J. B. l.ankershlm and J. V. Wachtel, being each separately duly sworn, tach for himsclt, say: That J. B. Lankershim iB president and J. v. Watchel is cashier of the Main Street Ravings Bn.uk and Trust Company, the corporation above mentioned and that the foregoing state ment is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. (Signed) J. B. LANKBRBHIM, President. (Signed) J. V. WACHTEL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 313t day of December, 1892. J. M.WARRALL, Notary public In and for the County of Los Angeles, Btate ol Calilornin. 1-3 tf COUTHBBN CALIFORNIA NATION ALBANK O 101 a. Spring street, Nadeau block. L. N. Breed President Wm. F. Bosbysholl Vice-President (I.N.Flint Cashier W. H. Holllday Assistant Cashier Capital paid in gold coin If 200.030 Surplus and undivided profits 25,000 Authorized capital 500,000 DIRECTORS. L. N. Breed, H, T. Newell, Wm. 11. Avery, Silas Holman, W. H. Holllday, E. C. Bosby rthell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. itemick, Thos. Goss. William F. Bosbyshell. 7-1 tf ■piKSX NATIONAL BANK OF LOB ANUELKS. CAPITAL STOCK $200,000 SURPLUS 295,000 J. M, ELLIOTT Prerlrlr-nt J. D. BIOKNELL Vice President J. H. BRALY Cashier G. B.SHAFFER Assistant Cashier Dlrootors-J. M. Elliott. J. D. Blcknell, 8. 11. Mott, H. Maburr. J. D. Hooker, D. McGarry, Wm. (I. Kercklioft. jvj, i QALIKORNIA BANE. Cor. Broadway and Second St.. Los Angeles. Subscribed capital ...$",00,000 Palrl up capital 100,000 Surplus 20.000 J. Frankenfleld. Prcai'cnt Ham Lewis Vice-President J. W. Winner Cashier John G. Mossin Aislstant Cashier DIRECTORS. . Frankenfleld. (I. W. Hughes. Ram Lewis, J. C Kays, E. W. Jones. 1., li. Newton, Hervey Lindlcy, R. F. Lotspeich. General banking and exchange business transacted. ml 4m CAVIN'IS BANK OF SOUTHERN CALI -k*> FORNIA, Southeast corner Snrlns and Court streets, Los Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL, - 8100,000. E. F. Si'RNca, President. F. C. Howes, VUc-President, J. H. Braly, Cashier and Troas. DIRECTORS. Geo. H. Bonebrake, J. H. Braly, H. L. Drew, J. M. Elliott, C. N. Hasson, F. C. Howes, M. W. stimson, Hiram Mabnry, E. F. Spauce, Warren Qllloien. 410ai LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, U. 8. DEPOSITORY Cor. First and Spring streets- Capital $500,n0C surplus 52,50<* Total $552,500 Ueorgo H. Bonebrake President W. G. Cochran Vice President t. 0 Howes Cashier E. W. Coo Aast, Cashier DIRECTORS. Col H, H. Markham, Perry M Green, Warren C.llieleu, L P. Crawford, 0. A. Marriuer, Geo H. Bonebrake, W. G. Coi-hran, F. C. Howes. No Interest Paid on Deposits. Exchange for ►ale on »11 the principal oitleo of tne United States and Europe. rpHE CITY BANK, J. 37 South Spring street. Capital Stock $300,000 A. D. Childress President John S. Park Cashier DIUICTOKB. W.T.Childress, Poindexte* Dunn, J. f. Baballert, K. E. Crandall, John S. Paik. B. G. Luui, A. D. Childresi. General banking. Fin and bur jlarproof safe deposit !>••*« reniaa i\v fvos $') *. • 92} per tv BANK OF AMERICA, FORMERLY LOS ANGELEB COUNTY BANK, Temple Block. Capital Btock paid np $300,000, OFFICERS. JOHN E. PLATER President ROBT. 8. BAKER Vloe-Presid«nt GEO. H. STEWART Cashier DIRECTORS. Jothnm Bixbjr, Chas. Forman, . L.T. Garnsoy, Lswellyn Bixby, R. S. Baker, John E. Plater, Geo. H. Stewart. X 08 ANOKLES SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST - I j eosa'i .ui'i i „>ju ' ndymm^^mm^^^^^ CITIZENS' BANK, 313 South Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal., Will remove to their new and elegant rooms la Htlmson Block when completed. Branch office. Grand Opera House Block, PasadeDa, Cal. T. 8. C. LOWE _ President T. W. BROTHKRTON Vice-President A. P. WEST CaaMer Buy and sell all first-class securities. STOCKS WANTED In the Los Angeles, Pais* dena and other gas companies, First-class, well secured Gas, Water and Ball, way bonds for sale. fiy-Time loans accepted, best of security given and liberal interest paid. 12-26 Ooi X I Los Angeles, Cal. Capital (paid no) $ 500,000 Surplus and pro [I Is 780,000 Total $1,280,000 OFFICBES. IBAIAS W. HELLMAN President HERMAN W. HELLKAM Vice-President JOHN MILKER Cashier H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. W. H Perry, Ozro W. Ctiilds, J. B. Lanker shim, C. E. Thorn, C. Dncommtm, H. W. Hell nisn, T. L. Dnque, A. Glassell, I. W. Hellman. EiobanCT tor sale on all the principal cities of tho United States, Europe, China and Japan. -JpHE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA, Corner of Spring and Second streets. LO3 ANGELES, CAL, Capital paid up $250,000 J. M. C. Marble President O. H.Churchill Vice President A. Hadley Asst. Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Dr. W. L Graves, E. F. C. Klokke. O. T. John sou, W. Hadlev. E. N. McDonald, M. H. aher man, Fred Eaton, John Wolfskili, Thos. K. liard : 10 31 mH! UNIVERSITY BANK OF 1,08 ANGELES JL southeast corner Fir it and Broadway. Capital stock fully paid np $100,000 eurp us 60,000 R. M. WIDNRY President I), o. MILTIMORE .Viae President GEO. L, AfcNOLD Cashier DIRICTOXS. R. M. Widnev, D. O. Miltimore, S. W. Little, C. M. Wells, John McArthur, C. A. Warner, L. J, p. Morrill. General bunking business and loans on first" class real estate solicited. Buy and sell first class slocks, bonds and warrant*. Parties wish ing to lnveßt in first-class securities on either long or short time can be accommodated. King's Royal Germetuer Is a positive cure lor Catarrh, RLenmalism, Neuralgia, Asthma, Bowel, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Diseases, General Debility and all Germ Diseases. AS PLEASANT AS LEMONADE PRIOE. $1 PER BOTTLE Manufactured by KING'S ROYAL GERMETUER COMPANY All (A II t,t, Oct. For coughs, colds, and all lung troubles use Crescent Malt Whiskey It is pure-and health ful. Sold Only by all druggists. 6-lyr PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S LUMBER YARDS AND PI.A WW* MTXT.S. *Ui OercTa/ruial sutset, Log Angelas, OaL 3