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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Stock Bxohange Review. New Tobk. Aug. 31—Speculation at the stock exchange today was leas actlre and tbe markes laoked the strength which waa a prominent characteristic ot yesterday's operations. This was mainly due to the absence of outside buy ing orders, which were so pleuttfnl yesterday. Government bonds closed steady. MONEY QUOTATION 6. Sew Yobk, Ang. 31.—Money on call easy; Closed offered at 2W per cent. Prime mercantile paper—B<jil2 per cent. Sterling exchange—Weak; bankers't>o day ' , bills, $4.8i;4; 8 14.82 1 ,: demand. tk.».HM» fti.ml. San FnANoisco,Aug.3l.— Drafts: night, 12c},; telegraphic, 25c. SrOCIS AND WINDS. NEW Yore, Ang. 31.—Closing quotations , were as follows: ,0.8.4'! 110 Northern Pacific. s : !ji do cupon 11l do pre.'erred 22 do reg Ot) Northwestern 07W Pacific li's 101 do preferred ....131 I Atchison 17HH. V.'Central 10.V4 American Hi 103 Oregon Impt Canada Pacific... 75 Oregon Nay 42 Canadaßoutiiern 45U short Una HA Central Pacific .. 21 Pacific Mill JJ Burlington. 78»i Pullman Palace . 154 'Chicago Gas Reading 17 i Cotton OU 82) i Richmond Ter... 1H .. Lackawanna 135 RloG. Woitern .... 15 Denver A R.Q.... 26 do preferred.... 43 "Distillers 187* do firsts f* Orest Northern... 103 Rock Island 00H Illinois Central .02 St. Paul go** Kansas & Texas.. 16H St. Paul A 0 31 Lake Shore 117U Sugar Trust 82 Lead Tiust •M% Texas Pacific OK . LAN 63U Union Pacific... 21-J4 Mich. Central ... 85 17. g. Express. . 47 Ho. Paolfio 22V, Wells Fargo Ex...123 Nat Cordage 25 Weßtern L'niou.. JaJi ldo preferred. .. 45 len. Electric 37 N . American 5 Linseed Oil 10 'Boston, Ang. 31.—Closing quotations were as follows: Aohlson 17% | Mexican JH Telophone 82 San Diego 10V a Btirgington 7rt I MINING SHARES. NewYobx, Aug. 31.-Mlnlng shares clos«d as follows: Crown Point 15 Plymouth 10 Con. Cal. A Va... 1.00 Sierra Nevada 20 Deadwooa 1.00 Standard 1.10 Gould A Curry... .20 Union Con 25 Bale A Norcross.. .40 Yellow Jacket 40 Homes take. 8.60 Iron Bllvar 10 Mexican 40 Quicksilver 1.50 Ontario 8.00 do preferred ... 12 00 Ophlr... 40|BuIwer 10 Sam Fbahcisoo, Aug. Sl,—Closing quotations were: Belcher 40 Union Con 36 Best & Belcher... .110 Yellow Jacket 53 l hollar SO PotosL 66 Cou. Va. 1.30 Ophlr 86 (lonftdenoe 40 Savage 36 Gould A Carrey.. .30 Sierra Nevada 86 lisle & Norcross.. .00 Silver Bullion. Sam Francisco, Aug. 31.- Sliver bars. 7s\(ot 73. B e per ounce. Mexfoan dollars, t;i«"}f;i'.,c. New Yobe, Aug. 31.—Bar silver, 740 par ounce. Mexican dollars, 58c& CONVERTIBLE VALUE OF SILVER AMD OOLD. With gold price of flno sliver at 74 cents per onnc, the ratio of value is as 1 to 27.93 At this ratio 14.76 grains of gold equals In value 412 5 grains sliver. Or 23.8 grains gold equals In vaine 720% grains silver. Gold value oi silver do.lar, 57' i cents. Silver value of gold dollar, $1.74% Clearing House Business. Los Anobles, Aug. 31.—Today's business at the clearing house was as follows: Clearings, »51,406.85; balances, $11,858.06. San Francisco Produce Market. 8»n Francisco. Ang. 31. -Local commercial markets were generally firmer with more active tone. rrodnoe markets dull. Vegetables, heavy supply. Tomatoes are lower. Fresh fruits weak. Butler it weak. Choice eggs are firmer. Poult'y dull. Po atees are weaker. Onions firm. Cheese unohanged. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Aug. 31.—Wheat, moderate trade; opened unchanged, eased 't, then under goud buying by longs and shorts, advanced \" h . re ceded a, cloned firm ut higher than yesterday. Kerelpu were 79,000 busueis; ehtpmeuts, 80,000 bnthela Closing quotation*: Wheat, steady; cash, 03?»<- : September, «3^c. Corn—Higher: cash, 37?ic; September, 27S£c. Oats—Steady; cash, 23,? Ac; September, Ho. Kye—42a. Barlc>—Nominal. Flax—93o- VUlil Il<i<- u to Tlmothy-$3.25(i»3.30. OTIIEB ORAIN MARKETS. Ban Francisco, Aug. 81.--Wheat, firms coot, seller season, paid 91.075; December, ♦ 1.135_. Barley-strong. Deormber, 70c; May, 84V_c Corn—so.9s. Liverpool, Ang. 31 -Wheat: demand was RKW. No. 2. red winter, steauy at 554!-i. n. 2 red spring, sttady at 5s s',d. Corn—Demand moderate, steady. Spot, 3s ll'4d; September, 3» lo&a; Octooer, ti Wl; November, 4) lj^d. California Fruit Sales. Cihcaoo, Aug. 30.—The Barl Fruit company Bold of California fruit today at auction/, realizing prices as follows: Tokay grapes, $3.00; half crates, Tokay grapes, $1.1.0 (Sl.tO; Muscat grapes, $2 30»2.04; half crates, muscat grapes, $1.10.1*130; Malaga half crates, $1.15 «ai.3o; Black Malvolsj grapes, half crates, 70c; Rose da Peru grapes, half crates. 70c; Fouutalnbieau (rapes, half crates. t;oa}/Oc: ilertiett pears, green, $I.oo>s 2.50; some Bartletts, orrrrlpe, 70o($$1.60; Bruno Hardy pears, $1.4091.55; Dnyenne fears, $1.50; Beurro Clalrgeau pears, $1.350 80; Jtssterhuerre pears, $1.40®1.50; Powell pea «. $1.10(41.20: Louise Bond pears, $1.30 (ff11.40; Susquehanna peaches, $1.0ft1»1.25 ■ Early Crawford poaches, $1.00(41.10; Late Crawford peaches, $1.00; Lemon cling peaches, !>0c;(4$1.00: Orange cling peaches, 90c; tieerges late peaches, 90o; White freestone Oo<X(S$1.00; plums and prunes, mostly overripe, 05c(451.00. Miumapoub. Ang. 30.—The Earl Fruit com pany sold California fruit at auction today at the following prices: Bartlelt pears, $k.oo (42 50; Early Crawford peaches, $1 0091.10- Late Crawford peaches, $1.00; Washington plums, 85(4950; Hnngariau piunes, $1.00(4 l.oo; Bulgarian prunes, 85@95c. Chicago stock Market. Chicago, Auk. 31.—Cattle: Receipts were 12000 head. Tho market was steady. Good steer, $4 8O»5.00; others, $4.50(44.75; com mon, $2.75(03.75; westerns $3.00*64.00; Tex an*, $2.66(0)3.05. Hogs— Receipts were 27,000 head. The mar ket closed silgutly higher. Mtxed aud packing, $5.15(45.35; prime heavy, $6.40«i5.50; me dium, $email@example.com; light, $5.>0«5.»«. Sheep—Receipts were 18.000 head. The mar ket olosed steady on sheep, lambs lower. KatiTcs and we*terns, $1.1593.25. General Markets. New York, Aug. 81.—Hops, quiet and firm; elate,common to uhoioe, 15(r5220i faclUc coast, 19(a)22c. Codec — Options bareley steady. The market was 18930 points up. Tho sales were 18,750 - baits. September $ 15.UuftaiB.50; October, ■ 5>H).".0916.05: Norember, $15.45(915.55; De c mber, $15.40C416.55. Spot Rio, Armor but . dull, No. 7atl6H. European cable adviios '■ Were again favorable. Sugar—Raw closed active at decline; fair refined, 3d centrifugals, 96 test. 31.4 c; musco vado, 89 teat, 3Wo; moiasses sugar, fc9 test, 2',c; refined, active but firm. Peruambuco, 8U teat, 30. Copper—Quiet; lake. $0.40. bead— Slow; domestic, $3.70 1 In—Steady; straits, $19.30 bid. .•iOati-* < Salt Meats and Lard. Chicago, Aug. 31.—Pork, ateady; Septembor, SJI4 60. r Lard-Steady; September, $7.90J4. 'Ribs—Btearty: Septemoer, (18.65. Bhoiders—s7.2s(B7.Bo. Short clear-$8.29. short rlbs-$8,03®0.15. Wool. New York, Ang. 81 -Wool, dull but steady; domestic lleeeo, So@2Bc; pulled, 16(*25c; Texas, 12@17c. > " Whisky. Chicaoo, Ang. 31.—Whisky, $1,13. Petroleum. New Yobk, Aug. 31.-Petroleum o'osefl dull; September, at 58c. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills An on a new prlnotpal—regulating the lever stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery S)t. Mllea' pills speedily cure blllousuess, bsd tastes, torpid liver, piles, con stipation, bneatlalled fnr nan WOlhca *P.d cl»lldr»n. Smallest, mlldesC~iare*t.*~ Fifty LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. [The quotations given below are current wholesale selling prices.) Mill Prodnets. FLOint-Per bbl., L. A. XXXX, $3.«0; Capitol Mills, 83 80; Sperry's, $4.15: Drifted Snow, $4 15; Victor, $4.15; Crown, #4 15; Stocktoula. $418. Mill Feed—Bran, per ton, $12: shorts, 23: mixed feed (corn and birley), per 100 lbs., B>x: cracked «nrn, $1.15; feed meal, $1.20; roiled bariey, 80s. Dairy Prodnets. Butter—Fancy creamery, 28 ounce rquan s, 55;«57V; isncy dairy, per roll, 47^(<S60c; ° Cilbbsk-K* stern, per lb ,13314 c; California, large, 11c; 31b. hand, 13c. Poultry aud Hsri-i. Poultry-Hens, $f5 00rr,j.»09 per <iez : young ruostsrs, $4.00(34.50; old rjos:ers, $.>.O0; broilers, $2 SOftSS.OO; ducks, $j.0040.00; tur keys, 1.1 c lie per lb. Mgus—California ranch, 240 per doz Vegetables. Beans—Navy or small white, per 100 lbs., 8i1.76M8.58l pink, per 100 lb«., $3,001(3.50; black-evod, per 100 lbs., 73; Lima., $3.30««3.74. Potato-*—Per 1001b'., SOQSSa, Bkkts —Per 100 lbs., $1.00. CABHiuB-Per 100 lb»., 55W703. Cabbotb—Per 100 lbs., $1 00. CHiLss-Dry per string, 75 -r-tSI.OO, Onions—Per 100 lb-., 75c(451.00. Parsnii'b— Per lUOlbs., $1.50. Toma ioeh—Per box, 60c. Turnips—Per 10olb».,80c. Oraln and Hay. Barley—Per cental, 75c. Wheat—No, 1, per cental, $l.lg. CoRN-Per cental $1 10 Oats—Ne. 1, nrr Cental, $1.50. Hay—Oal, $830; wheat, $9(<vl0; barley, $8 (1)8: alfalfa, $8(Ai). Straw—Barley, per ton, $5; wheat, $5. Smoked Aleats, Ktc. Hams Rex, per lb., IVXa. Bacon—Rex, per lb., lti><c; Defiance, 15J*o; light uiodlum, I r,e PoRK-Dry salt. 12U0 per lb. Dried Beef—Per lb., 13 '. Lard—Per lb., in tierces, compound, Oc; Esgie, pure, 10'. 4 c; Rex, pure, like; special brand, ll^c Wine* and I>!quors. [Quotations on liquors revised by H. J. Wool lacolt, importer aud exporter. See ad. | Cltahi'acnes—Mumm, plntr>,s3s: quarts,s33; Poinmery, pint', *36 30; quarts, $84 50; Roe derer, pints, $36 50; quarts, $34 >0; Mom c, pints. $35; quails, $J3; Delbeck, pints, $34; quarts, $32. Bitters--Angoriiura, $18.15: Dainlana, $7; Fernet Branca $1b.50r liostettcr's, $X..,0: Amer Picon, $17'; Hatter's Wild Cherry, $7.75; Pornvian, #7.75: Peppermint, $2.25; Venesue la, $8.25: Lash, $7. ALU—Bbss A Co , by Fostcr,stl.7s: by Burke, W17.50; Teuneut's, $13.50; McMuilen's. $21. BTOUr—Ouiness's, by Foster' $11.50; by Burke, $17.50; Johmon, $11.50; Tenuent's, $12. BaEß—Val Die's Milwaukee, quarts, $11.50: pints, $12; Red Ribbon, quarts, $15; pints, $10. Extract OF Malt— Hob's wall, $3.25; Liquid Bread, $3.75: Best Tunic $2.75 per dozen. Whisky—Duffy's Malt $9.25: Hermitage, Bll: Belle of Bourbon, $» 50: H. J W. Bour bon, $8.50; H. J. W. Rye. $8.50; Mcllwood, $11; J. H. Cutter 0.X., $11 05; A No. 1, $8.60; Old Taylor, $12. Whisky hy Bbl.—From $1.65 lo $3.45 per gallon, occordlnk to age. Scotch Whisky—Stewart's Aberdeen, $12.50; Oarnklrk. $13.00. Irish Whisky—lrish Malt, $11.00; Burkes, $13.00. Ksus—Five-gallon, 05c; 10 gallon, 90c; half barrels, $1.65. Dehlk hns—Half-gallon, $2.75; one gallon, $3.75. cJinubb Alb—C. AC. Belfast, $15.00; Ross, $16.60. OiN-A. V. H., $24.00; I. A. t N., $25.60; Booru's Old Tom, $11.00; Burnett's $10.50; Wolf's, pints, $12; quarts, $11. Sauternb — Bert's, quarts, $11 00; pints, $12.00; A. De Luce A PiU, quarts $13; pints, $14.00. White Wins—Geisenhelmer. quarts, $14.00; Maeeo ranner, quarts, $10.00; Lebfraunrllch, quarti, $17.00; Koenigen Vie Berb, quarts, $30.00. Cl»ret—Chateau La Rose, quarts, $7.00, pints, $8; Margaux, pints, $'2 SO; quarts, $t t; Chateau de Frauds, quarts, $9.00; pints, $10; Ponlet Canet, quarts, $14.00; pints, $13. Mineral Water—Apollinarlr, quarts, $9 50; pints, $13.50: Bethesds, qnarts, $8 50; half, gallons, $5.50: Londonderry, half-gallons, $7.00; quarts, $10 00; pints, $14.00; Huuyadi, $11.75; Napa Soda, pints, $9.00; qusr'.s, $7.50; Whito Rock, $0.60; Vichy, $12.50. CoaNAC—Heuntssy, X, $16.75; yXX.S2I; Martell X, $17.50; Man ,11 XXX, $21 50; Eva rlste, Dußont A Co., $20. Cordia. s—Marlsclune, $13 50; Vermouth, N. P., $6.65; Italian, $6.50; Kummel, $16; Absinthe, $19 50: Anisette, $17. Wines—cUret, 30t(«55c; Zlufandel, 55(tt85c: Port, Angelic*, Sherry, Muscatel, 43c!fi51.25 pergaliou. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Thursday, Aug. 31. E Urampe to hit wife—Lot 14, blk 9, sub blk 74. H 8; love. . >•: G Freeman to bis wifl.o' IS, blk X, Hob mer'ssub, Sierra Itrsdrotff; •l."'" Pacific Improvf/meti'. company to Southern Pacific company—LHlid ou auameua sfeet lv Vaughn trt and strip laud iv Allord trt; $10. Same to same— >udlber of lots In Shearer, Garbulino, K-tells, M.■ i >i>, Walnm Grove, Clem ent and Sbaw trts and 55.09 tier- s In East Los Angeles and lots iv San Fadru; $10. O M Lemon to J R Lemon—Lots 4 to 10,19 to 24, blk 27, lie aoto Heights trt: $3239.79. O J Mutchmore et ux to R Verch-B ), W 14 and wv»R',lo! 73, sub 8 >< 3o Kx-Mission de Suti Fernando; $10. D Frebman to F A Bowles-Lot 20, Bub 8W \i tec 3", T3 8, 814 W; $1250. D W Field to G Reynoldt-B \% Sea 31 T 7 N R 13 13 W;'s32oO. N M Hatch et con to B Heltchew—Lot 151, A Weill traot; $800, W F Frosser et ux to M Frese—Lot 17, Grosser tract, agreement; $300. M Felli to J 8 Turner—All interest in Big Mica mine; $1. B F Porter et al to A B Pittiaon—Sß !,Slt>,. SW Viand SB V*SW %, section 8, T 2 N, RI6T». $1. Po:uona College to T Barrows -Lots 16 to 18, blk 31. tot 1, blk 21. lot 10, blk 13, lots 1 to 6, 13 to 18, blk 10, lot 17, blk 25, lot 18, blk 34, Claremont; $1. T Barrows et ox to J A Cole—Lots 4 and 17, blk 25, Claremont; $200. C G Edgerly to T Harrow*-Lot 4, blk 35, Claremont; $100. Pacific Laud Imp Co to T. Barrows et al—Blk corner Fifth, Fourth and Park sts aud Warren aye; $1. A £ Pomeroy et nx to M S Wilson—Lots 2, 3, 18 to 29, 82 to 34, bik 117 Bast San Gabriel; $1133. GleudnraLaud Co to S Chapman—Lots 11 and 14, blk LL, and lot 10, blk ti' I. Glendora; $550. N Chapman to her tusb«nd—Lots 1 and 2, sec 13, TIN,R 12 W, and 4.00 acres in sec 13, T 1 N, Rl2 W, and lots 1 and 2, blk A, San Pas qual trt; $1. J M Ellloit to A E Pomeroy-Lot 3, 3. 8.9, 10, 13 to 29, 33, 33 34, blk 117; lots 6 and 7, blk 25, and all blk 23, B nan Gabri.l: trun deed. R J Trumbull to R Dickson—Lots 35 to 48, Palm steer's sub blk X, San Pasqual trt; grant. SUMMARY. Deed* 23 Nominal 18 Total. • -. $ 10,814.79 Noth—Figures separated by a dash Indicate page and number of book of miscellaneous records. i n<t*T MiMiinnn nna v, s° r «»'<*iy re »wws IlinillJVVU l» emission*, etc.,iui-rlv cured by IMI AIM*, the great Hindoo Ht-medy. H'.'.d with written guarantee efedre. Sacipleaeat free. Address Oriental Medical <•«.. >8 Fbamnlb Files, CUeasc II!. J. M. GrimthTPrts't. J. T. GTifHih, V>Pres't. T. X Nichols, S v and Treas. £. L. ChendUr, Superintendent. J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY, LUMBER DEALERS And Manufacturers of DOOBH, WIMIOWS, BLINDS & STAIRS Mill Work of kvery Description. 934 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles. 0-1 tf Kerekhoff-Cuzner TILL AND LUMBER COMPANY WHOLBBALB AND BKTAIL .:t Office: LOS ANGELES. Wholesale Tard at SAN PEDRO. Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda, , nisa, Bnrbank. Planing Mills—Los Angeles M Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order. —ESTABLISHED 1880.— DR. B. G. COLLINS, OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN. With Los An geles Optloal Institute, 125 South Spring street, In Wagner's Kimberly, Los Angeles. EYES EXAMINED FREE. 6-27 Cm C. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist & Chemist, 223 N. Main St,, Lot Angeles. Prescriptions carefully compounded **""• at ai*.a a. kjl rj LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1893. PROMPT RELIEF • For biliousness, diarrhoea, nausea, and dizziness, take Ayer's Pills the best family medicine, purely vegetable, Every Dose Effective Painless Dentistry Fine God Filling, Crown and Brldgo JriZmr All Operations i - ailllou ' -*£s-2R SET TEETH, $3. mkmJ\^> mm 4 SONS - Vul R\ s Rooms 18-10, MaTeyAi IT \\\ 1U 107 N SFIONG BT. Los Angeles Terminal R'y. Los Angeles Depots: East end of Pint street aud Downey avenae bridges, Leave Los Angeles for Leave Pasadena for pasadet,a Los Angeles. • 0:35 a.m * 7 15 a m • 7:10a.m f 8:03 am • 8.00 a.m * 0:05 a.m • 0:' Oa.m '10:35 a.m •10:30 a.m *12;O0 m •12:20p ra * iivj P m • 126 p.m * 3:00 p m • 2:20r.m * 4:05 p.m • 4:00p m * A :25 p.m • 6 20 p.m * 7;05 p.m • 0:20 p.m <a 8:05 p.m J 8:25 p.m <t o:t>s a.m 11:00 p.m. (olO:20p.m , .1 '11:46 p.m Downey avenue leaving time 7 minutes later. Leave Los Angeles for . cave Altadena Juuc- Altadena Junction. tlon for Lo« Angeles. • 0 ooa.m *10:10 a m 110:30a.m • H1:35 a m c 1 :.'6 p m o 2:30 p.m • 4:00 p.m * 5 00 p.m 1 5:20 p.m I 6: .5 p.m b 6:20 p.m D 10:00 p.m All trains start from First street depot. Leave Los Angeles for I<eavu Ulendale for Los Giondale. Angelea f 0:40 a.m t 7:26 a.m 1 8:20 a m 1 9:12 a.m 112:35 p.m t 1:30 p.m • 5:25 p.m * 6:13 p.m Leave Los for Leave East San Pedro Long Beach and East for San Pedro. Los Angeles. } 8:00 s.m .* 7:15 a.m - 0:45 a.m '11:13 a.m •12:45 p.m * 3:40 p m • 5:15 p.m 1 8:00 p.m Between East San Pedro and Long Beach 10 minutes. RDBIO CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN. Trains leave Los Angeles, 0 a.m. and 4 p.m. Sundays 0 a.m„ 10:30 a.m., 1:25 p. m., 4 p. m.',5:20 p.m. Saturday s, 0 a.m.,1:26 and 4 p.m. and 0:30 p.m.: reluming leave Ruhio Pavilion, 0:40 p. m , arrivo Los Ahgeles, 10:45 p.m. I'm Pavilion and Hotel, good music and grand entertainment. CAI'AUNA ISLAND. The following trains make connection at East Han Pedro with steamers to and fromCata- Una Island: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, leave Los Angel-, s at 12:45 p.m., and arrive at Los An geles at 12:20 p.m Saturday, leave Los An geles at 5:15 p.m. Snuday, leave l.os Angeles at 8:00 a.m. ana arrive at Los Angeles at 7:45 p.m. * Daily, t Dally except Sundays. | Sundays only, a Except oaturaays. b Saturdays only, c Saturdays aud Sundays only. The 10:30 a.m. end s:io p.m. trains en the Pasadena div.slon run through to Altadena kunpays, connecting theie with Mt. Lowe rati "sjjhgeß meet the 8:00 a.m. and 12:20 p.m. trains ot Pasadena for Mt Wilson oh new trait Pas-,eii("ers leaving Los Angeles en the 8 am. train for Wilson's peak can return tnesame day Theater nights the 11 p.m. train wIU wait 20 mi ne i s tfler the theater is oat when later than 10:40 p.m. (.pedal rstes to excursion and picnic parties. Depots east end First street and Downey ave nue orldfces. General offices. First-street Depot. ■i. B. BURNETT-, General Manager h2 tf W. WtHCOP, Gea. Passenger Ag*. MT. LOWE RAILWAY. IN EFFECT AUGUST 1, 1893. Leave Los Angeles for Rubio Cation vlt Leave Rnblo Cation Terminal Railway. for Los Angeles. 9:00 a.m. dally. 9:40 a. in. dal y 10:30 a.m,, Suu. only. 11:10 a.m. Sun. only. 1:25 p.m., Sat. & Sun. 2:05 p m., Sat. 4 Sun. 4:00 p.m., daily. 4:40 p.m., dally. 6:30 p.m., Sat. only. 6:20 p.m., bun. only. 9:40 p.m.. Sat. only. The Incline cars will run between Rublo Caflon aud Echo Mountain 15 minutes after the arrival of each train. Beyond Ecao Moun tain are 20 miles of thj finest bridle road to be found in any part of the world, on which the grandest scenery that oan be found on the globe is at hand at eveiy turn. Ou the summit cf he ho Mountain saddle animals are always In waiting with competent guides to convey parlies through Castle Cation, Grand Canon and Crystal Springs to Mt. Lowe and highest peats visible from Pa adeaa. ROUND TRIP RATIOS. Los Angeles to Rubio Canon, $1; to Echo Mountain, $2 70. Pasadena to Kubio Canon, 65 oeuts; to Echo Mountain, $2 35 Altadena Junction to Rublo Cation, 40 cents; to Kcbo Mountain, $2. Saddle animals from Echo Mountain to Mt. Lowe, $2. D. H. BURKS, Lob Angeles ticket agent, Stimson block, Spring and Third streets. General olflCeß, Grand Opera Honse block, Pasadena, Cal. T S. C. LOWE, President aud General Manager. J.T. WHKEDON, Tragic Manager, 7-14 Recionclo Railway Bummer Time Card No 10. IN EFFECT 5 A. M. MONDAY, MAY 29, 1893. Los Ange.es Depot, Corner Grand avenue and Jefferson street. Take Grand avenue cable or Main street and Agricultural Park horse cars. Trains Leave Trains Leava Los Angeles Redondo for Redondo for Los Angeles wits;lt CAYS WEEKDAYS 7:50 a.m. 7:2ua.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:10 a.m. 1:35 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 5:80 p.m. 5:00 p.m. BATUBDAYS ANO SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS BUNDAYS 7:50 am. 7:20 a.m. 9:ooam. 9:10 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1 -.35 p.m. -2:50 p. m. 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:30 pm. 6:30 pm. Running time between Loa Angeles and Be dondo Beach, 50 minutes. City Ticket Office at A. B. Green wald's Cigar Store, corner First and Spring streets. CATALINA ISLAND. Tuesday and Thursday leave Los Angeles I:3b p.m. Saturday leave Los Angeles 9 a.m, T.ckeison sale at company's office. GEO. J. AINsWORTH, President, R. H. THOMPSON, Vice-President, J. N. SUTTON, Sup'U Redondo Boa oh. Wm TflMTf CALISAYA IUIUU '.Combined with Sulphate of Hydrastis. Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Loss of appetite, De bility and a low condition of the system will be promptly relieved and cured by its ute, In valuable for overworked business men and weak, nervous women. Pleasant, prompt and efficient. 100 doses $1. Get the genuine, manufactured only by Taylor & Myers Phar maoy C0.,8L Paul. Minn. Loa Angeles agents, H. M. SALE At SON, 220 Sfldkfl Pacific Company IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIMS, AUGUST 22, 1803. Trains leave and are dne to arrive at LOS ANGELES (ARCADE DEPOT), Fifth street, dally, as follows: 1/eave for destination. | Art. from s. 30 p. m Banning I - Banning 4 on p.m Colton 59:2 l a.m 8:30 a.m Colton AlOUOa.m 10 30 a.m Colton 4 00pm 4 :•<> p.m Colton 6:15p.m 8:30 a.m ...Demlngand East. 4:00 p.m 8:30a.m ....£1 Pas-> and Best.... 4:00 p.m Cblno so:2la.m •*•::•» a.m Chino AB:soa.m 4:30 p.m Chlno Alo:10a.m 16:45 p.m Chlno 6:15 p.m sB:ooa.m San Pedro. 0:25 a.m Long Bch A San Pedro H:l5 a m 12:40 p.m an l'edro A Long Bch 11:36 a m 5:00 p.m Long Bch A Ssn Fedio 4:13 p.m i Long Bch « San Pedro 57:45 p m ' 2:00 p.m Ogden A East, 2d class 7:.'10 a.m 10:40 p.m Ogden A Hast, Ist class 1:48 p.m 10 40pm .. ..Portland,Or.. .. 7:30a.m Rivers.de «9:21 a.m 8:30 a.m KiveMide ito:loa.m 10:30 a.m Riverside 4:00 p.m 4:3opm Riverside 6 15 p.m .San Bernardino s9:2lam 8:305.m .. San Bernardino.... a 10:10 a in 10;30 am San Bernardino.... 4 00 p.n, 4:30 p.m... .San Bernardino— ii:ljp.m Bedlands s9:2la.m " 8:30 a.m Redlands Al0:10a.m 10:30a.m Redlmdi 4:00 p.m 4:30 p.m Redlands 6 15 p.m 2:00 p.m Fran A Sscram'to 7:30a.m 10:40 p.m San Fran A Sacram'to 3 :48 p.m a 9:52 a.m Santa Ana & Anaheim 9:03a.m 6:10 p.m Santa Ana A Anaheim A 4 01 p.m 7:30 a.m .Santa Barbara 1 48 p.m 2 00 p.m Ssnta Barbara 9:10p.m s9:2oa.m Banta Monica..... 8:08 am 0:30 a.m... Santa Monica B'3o a m 10:20 a.m Santa Monica 12:10 p.m 1:10 p.m Banta Monica. 4:25 p.m 5:16 p-m Banta Monica. 5:37 pm 6:25pm Santa Monica..... 5u.35 p.m |11:30p.m Santa Monica (7:40 >.m 10:20 a.m Soldiers' Home 8:08 am 6:25 p.m... . Soldleis' Home. . 5:37 p.m ♦11:30p.m ...Soldiers' Home.... ,7:40 p.m s9:2oa m .. ..Port Los Angeles. 12:10 pm 9:30a.m Port Los Ange'e*. 4:25 p.m s 10:20 am Port Los Angeles... 55:37p.m 1:10 pm Port i/os Angeles... sli:3sp.m 4:32 p.m Tustlu 8;43a.m A9:4oa.m Whlttler B:43a.in 4:52 p ra Whlttler Al:4sp,m 8:15 a.m Monrovia 7:55 a.m Monrovia A9.57a.m A3 00p.ro Monrovia 5:15 pm Monrovia 4:45 p.m fSiturdays CAT Aid M A ISLAND. Southern Pacific Company's trains connect at Sun Pedro with the fine steamer Hermosa. Leave! Arcade Depot Arrive. 12:40 p.m Monday 11:56 a.m 12:10 p.m Wednesday 11:30a.m 12:40 p.m Friday 11:56 a.m 6:00p.m Saturday 8:00 R.m Sunday 5:00 p m .Sunday. 7:45 p m Take Santa Monica trains from San For nan nt street. Nsud's Junction, Commercial street, Arcade depot, Jefferson street (Wlnthrop sta tion), Orand aveaue, or University. For north: Arcade, Commercial street,Nand's Junction, Ban Fernando street. For east: Arcade. Oommercirsl street, Nand's Junction. For other branches*. Arcade, Commercial street, Nand's Jnnotlon, Ban Fernando street. Local and through ticket* sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations made.and general Information given upon ap plication to J. M. CRAWLEY, As't. Q Pas. Agt., No 144 S. Spring St., cor. Seoond. CHARLHB BEYLER, Agent at eepoU. t, Sundays only, a Buadays excepted. BICH'D OR AY. Geo. Traffic Mrr. T. H. GOODMAN, tteh'l Passenger Agt. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COMPANY. (Santa Fe Route.) IN EFFECT SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1893. Trains arrive and depart from La Grande ita- Hon: Leave. Lob akqxi.es. i Arrive. * 5:15 p.m . ..Chicago limited....!* 7:80a.m * 7:00 a.m...Overland Express....!* 6 20p.m * 8:15 a.m .Ran Diego Coast Line. * i .is p.m * 4:30 p.m .San Diego Coast Line • 6:50 p.m * 7:00 a.m f ~ 1 * 7:50a.m * 0:00 s.m ...San Bernardino.. I * 0:50a.m i .... via Pasadena V t 1:25 p.m * 4:00 p.m 6:20 p.m * 5:15 p.m I J * 7:39 P-m * 7:00 a.m f... .Riverside via.... 1 t 1:25 p.m * 9:00 a.m..San <..San Bernardino.. > * 6:20p.m * 6:05 a! m I !.Rlverside'and... \ *ib:iß a.m 111:00 a.m...San < ...San Bernardino.. > , * 4:30 p.m I via Orange if 6:50 p.m * 7;<oa.m fßed.ands, Mentonei * 9 50 a. in * 9:00 a.m . ..and Highland... r 1:25p.m J via } 1 0:20 p.m * 4:00 p.m | Paaadens r 7:86 p.m * 5:15 p.m I •• J asuvJ * 6:06 s.m [Redlands, Mentonei '10:15 a.m til oo a.m i .and Highland, via. )■ * 4:30 p m I Orange & Riverside J * 6:50 p m •9;00a,m f ) t 7 : ? 5 , am | . Aznsa, Psiadena.. * 8:43a.m » 1:30p.m I and. * ?;50am * 4:00p m < ....Intermediate.... > * 1:25 p.m * S:3op.m | Stations | * 4:18p m I 6:35 p.m I * «:aOp.m * 7:00p.m I J ' 7:35 p.m * 7:ooam Pasadena * 7:90 a.m * 6:15 p m Pasadena * 1:25 p.m * 6:05 a. m B»nta Ana * 8:60 a.m * 8:15a.m Santa Ana f VVJ t 1:60p.m Banta Ana * 1:15p.m * 4:30p.m S<nta Ana * 6 50 p.m * 9:00a.m Santa Monica * 8:29a.m *10:00 am SantaMtnica * 2:15 p.m * I:3opm BantaMonica * 4:44 p.m * 5 25 pm Santa Monica * 6:10 p.m * 0 00a.m Redondo " R:29a.m *10:00a.m Redondo • 2:15 p.m * 1:30 p.m Ridondo * 4:44 p.m « 8:25 p.m Redondo * 6:10 p.m * 9:00a.m San Jacinto v Pasadena t 1:25 p.m tll:ooa.mj9an Jacinto via Orsnge ...... t 9 OPa.miTemecula via Pasadena t 1:25 p.m til no a m ..Temecula via Orange. |10:15p.m t 8:15 a.m Bsoonlidov Coast Line t 1:16 p.m Cataiina Island * 1 30 p.m Tuetday ■ 2:18 p.m * 1:30 pm Thur day * 2:16 p.m •10,00 a.m...Saturday * 2:15p.m •Dally f Daily except Sunday. 1 Sundays only. E. W. McGBI, City Pass. A T. Agt. 129 N. Spring st, Los Angeles. And La Grande station. pAOIFIO COAST fiHAMBHIP CO. Goodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents, San Fianclico. Northern routes embrace lines lor Portland, Ore, Victoria, B. C, and Puget Bound, Alalia and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUIBB. TIM* TAB LI FOB AUGUST, 1893. LBAVE SIN FRANCISCO For— * Port Harlord 8. 8. Corona, August 9, 18, santa Barbara.... 27; Septembers. Bedondo „ ■ _ Port Loa Angeles, a S Santa Rosa, August 8, Newport 14, 23; Keptembe: L San Diego For— S. 8. Los Angeles, August 7, last Ban Pedro .. 18, 25; September 3 ban Pedro and S. S. Eureka, August 3, 12, way ports 21, 80; September 8 LIAVS PORT LOS ANGELES AND BEDONDO For— 8. 8. Santa Rosa, August 7, 10,26; Septembers. Pan Diego S, 8. Corona, August 2, 11, ■ 20, 29; September 7. — For— 8. 8. Santa Rosa, August 9, San Francisco..... 18,27; Septembers. Port Harlord 9. f. Corona, August 4, 13, Santa Barbara ... 22, 31 j September 9. LEAVE SAN PEDRO AUD BAST SAM fBDaO — 8. 8. Eureka, August 0, 15, San Francisco 24; September 2. and 3. S Los Angeles, Angust 1, way ports 10,19, 28; September ft Cars to connect with steamers Via San Pedro leave 8. P. B. R. (Arcade depot) at S p.m. and Terminal R. R. depot at 5:15 p.m. Cart to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe d pot at 10 a.m., or from Redondo Railway de pot at 9 a.m. Cart te connect via Port Loa Angelea leave 8. P. R. R. depot Bt 1:10 p.m. tor steamers north bound. Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office, where berths may bo secured. The company reserves the right to change the steamers or their days ot sailing. •Kp-For passage or freight as above or for ticketa to and from all important points In Europe, apply to w . P4EtlB( Ag , nt> OSloe No. 124 W. Beoond St., Loa Angeles. "~PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S LU MBER YARDS AND PLANING MILLS. 218 Commercial street, Los Angelc-j, CaL DB. WONG HIM, who has practiced medi cine in Los Angeles for 18 years, and whoso office is at 039 Upper Main atreet, will treat by medicines all diseases of women, men and children. The doctor claims that he has remedies which are superior to all others as a spe<'ifl<: for troubles of women and men. A trial alone will convince the sick that Dr. Wong HioVs remedies are more efiicteious than can be prescribed. Dr. Wong Hi in isaOhinette physician of prominence and a gentleman of 'e spuuslbtlity. His rbpuiatlou is more than well established, and ah persons needing his terv tces can rely upon hia -skill and ability. A euro Is guaranteed in cv -ry ca«e lv which a recov ery li possible. Herb medicines for sale. DR. WONG HIM HERB DOCTOR 639 Upper Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Los Angeles, Cal., June 17, 1893. To the Public: I bare been suffering with piles and kidney trouble for over five years, and have tried several remedies, but all failed to relieve me. A short time since I tried or. Wong Him, 639 Uppar Main street, and I am now well and strong, and consider hint a first class doctor. Yours truly, W. H. HILLYIS, ■ 23S B. Hill St., Los Angeies, Cal. Los ANOSLEB, June 0 1693. To the Public: For over five years I have been troubled with nervous s.ck-hoadache and liver complaint. I didn't seem to find any help from tho many doctors and medicine, that I tried until I tried Dr. Wong Him, 639 Upper Main street. lam now well. Yours truly, MI-i8 M. G. BEOCK, 48 Hlnton aye., Los Angeles, Cal. TO THE UNFORTUNATE. GIBBON'S eSs Htreatment of Sexual au4 «3»_MCTfjB«HM diseases, such !J3| isirleliiif, »> p'hiliß In all lv forma. Seminal Weakness, lm potency and Lost Manhood per manently cured. The lick and afflicted iho nl4 not fall to call upon him. The Doctor haa trey eltd extensively in Europe and Inspected thor oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great deal of valuable Information, which hell competent to Impart to those in need of his ser vices. The Doctor cnrea where others falL Ttyhlm. Dlt, GIBBON will make no charge unless he effects a care. Persons at a distance CURED AT HOME. All communication! strictly confidential. All letters answered ia slain envelopes, Gall or write. An dress DR. J. F. GIBBON, Bos 1*57, San Francisco, Cab Mention Log Anaelei Herald. 13-19 tv BEAR VALLEY Suramerßesor; And Stage Line. This resort is situated in Big Bear Valley, 40 miles from San Bernardino; altitude, 0700 feet. Is reached by stage line from San Bernardino. Stage leaves New St. Charles Hotel on Tues days and Fridays. A line four-seated spring stage haa been built expressly for this route, and will be driven by careful and sober drivers. Largest trout caught in the state at this re sort. Boats, saddle-horses and burros for hire at the hotel. First trip up on May 16th. The earlier you come the better fishing you will hare. Board and lodging, $10 and $12 per week, $2 per day. Round-trip tickets. $7. For lull particulars inquire at 207 South Broadway, Los Angeles, and New St. Charles Hotel, San Bernaroino. Groceries, provisions and fishing tackle for sale at store adjoining hotel. 6-7 4m GU3 KNIGHT. Prop'r. MATLOCK & REED, AUCTIONEERS, 426*428 South Spring St., Want to buy all kinds of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE In large or amall lota See us before you sell. WB PAY SPOT CASH FOR GOODS. Leave your order at the store and our buyer will call on you. AUCTION EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT 10 A.M. MATLOCK & REED, AUCTIONEERS, 8-18 ly QHICAGO AND THE WORLD'SFAIR Bend ten cents (silver) or twelve cents In stamps for a Handy Pocket Guide to the gieat exposition; gives information of value to every visitor. Street Guide, Hotel Prices, Cab Fares, Rettanrant Bates, etc. Describes the hidden pitfalls for the unwary, and hints how to keep out of them. This Indispensable companion to every visitor to the windy city will be sent by mall, post paid, on receipt of ten cents (sil ver) or twelve cents in stamps. Address H. STAFFORD, Publisher, P. O. Box 2264. New York, N. Y. 6 30 do3tw9t I. X. MARTIN ffS§ FURNITURE, I Carpets, Matting and rajr- prices low for cash, or will sell on In stall ments. Tel. 984. P.O. b0x921. 481 SOUTH SPRING. ST. D. G. PECK CO., UNDERTAKERS 140 N. MAIN ST., LPS ANGELES. a Specialty(o- FREE FROMANY TBUBT. Always Open. Telephone 8L The Newest Importations CONTINUALLY ARRIVING. CHOICR DESIGNS. BEST GOODS. 112 pc. Semi-Porcelain Dinner Service, (10.50 ALL GOODS EQUALLY LOW. STAFFORDSHIRE CROCKERY CO., 417 S. BPKING BT. 7-28 8m ANTI-SEPTIC TOOTH POWDER. 7-28 SIXTH AND BROADWAY. Security Savings Bank & trust Company MO. 148 SOUTH MAIN HTKBKT. LOS AXfiKLKS, GAL. CAPITAL STOCK 8200,000 BURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 16,000 OFFII ERB: T. L. DUQUK, President. J. F. SAP.TORI. Cashier. WM. McuERMOTT, Vice-President. W. D. LONGYEAR, Assistant Cashier. DIRECT! *-S: Tsalas W. Hellman, Herman W. Hellman, Maurice 8. Hellman, A.C.Rogers. T. L. Duque, VV m. McDermott, M. L. Fleming, J.A.Graves r. N. Myers, J. H. Sbaukland, J. F. SarUiri. Five Per Cent Interest Paid oo Deposits Money Loaned on Real Estate Onr Loan Committee of Five Directors exercise great care In making loans. Especial altentiou given to depositors of small sums; also to children's savings deposits. . i.| lv i,.. sen I ie- postal or [et i ■'■ _ • Fargo .'. A/i Vi pr>-»* 41 ly THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA. 1 Cor. of Spring and Second Sts., Los Angeles. CAPITAL PAID UP, $250,000 J. M. 0. MARBLE PRESIDENT 0. 11. CHURCHILL VICE-PRESIDENT A. HAMLET ASST CAiHIBR BOARD OF" DIRECTORS dr. w. l. graves, c. f. c. klokkk, o.t.johnson, w. hadlby, k. n. Mcdonald. m. h. sherm.in, vkkdkaton, john wolfskill, THO J. R 11 a It I) 8 31 - ■ INTEREST PA ID ON ALL DEPOSITS Main Street Trust Company CAPITAL. ... $200,000. 426 SOUTH MAIN Sl'. - - - LOS ANHBLffiS, CAL. J. B. LANKEKSHIM, Prts't. 8 0. HUBREI.L, Vicc-Pres't. J. V. WACUTE L, Cashier. DIRECTORS; H. W. Hellman, 8. 0. Kurt-ell, I. N. VanNuyt, Kaspare Cohu, John H. Jouos, O. T. J ihnson, W. G. KerckhorT, 11. W. O'Melveny. J. B. Luikershlm. Deposits will be received in sums of from fpl to $5000. Working men and women should de posit at least $1 per week from their wages Children can purchase 5-cent stat p* in all parts of the city and county. It is the best education you can hava in saving and carmg for money. MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTQAQEB SAYINGS BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Southeast Corner Spring and Court Sts , Los Angeles, Cal. CAPITAL STOCK, SlOO.OOO. SUHPLUS, * 10,000. OKFICKRS: J. H. BRALY President I JOHN w. HUNT ...Cashier FRANK A. GIBdON Vice-President I ARTHUR 11. BRALY Assistant Cashier LIRF.CTORS: J. D. Bieknell, Hiram Mabnry, W. 0. Patterson, J. M. Elliott, Frank A. Gibson, H. L. Drew, 0. W. Hasson, J. H. Bralv, A. H. Braly. INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS 7-11 tf gTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO. N.YV. Cor. Second and Spring; Streets, los Anireles, Cal. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $1,00 ',000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000. A General Banking Busineea Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid en Time Deposit*. —91 OFFICERS IS— W. G. COCHRAN, Pres't. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, V.-Pres't. JAMES F. TO WELL, Setry. -S DIRECTORS IS— Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A Hubbard, O. T. Johnson, P.M.Green, Telfair Crelghton, W. G Cochran, B. F. Ba 1, H./. Woollacott. W.P.Gardiner, James F. Towell. 8 19tf Mag thucn Bank ot Smnngs Hll/ CAPITAL, 223 SOUTK SPRING ST. If. W. STIMSON, Pres't Wm. FERGUSON. Vice-Prat W. E. MeVA V. Ltuhitt dir ccTona * Wm FERGUSON S.MANSFIELD R.M. BAKER A.E.POMEROY C. G. HARRISON S. H. MOTT M. IV. STIMSON 5 per cent Jutcrcet flaio on Bcpasits JLos Angeles Savings Bank, NO 330 North Main Street. CAPITA L STOCK «l"O.OOC atUIiIF'L.TJS 35,000 H. W. HELLMAN, President. 3 B. PLATER, Vtce-Prenapnl, W. M. CASWELL, Cashier. DIRECTORS: LW. HELLMAN. R. S. BAK*R. H W. HELLMAN. J. B. PLATER, t W. HELLMAN, JB„ 0-9 tf jEBB*-Interest paid on deposits Money to loan on first class real estate STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OFTHE Loi Angeles National Bank of Lo< An»e 1< k, Cal., at the close of business on May 4, 1893: RESOURCES: Loans and discounts $ 909,231 42 Banking house snd fixtures 173.954 (>4 Kxpemes and taxes paid 11,758 17 Government bonds, 4 per cent $395,400 00 Cash on hand 202.708 25 Cash In banks 290,337 5 i 888 505 78 Total $1,083,449 99 LIABILITIES: Capital $ 800.000 00 Sirplua 52.500 00 Undivided profits 31.979 43 National bank notes outstanding 135.0A0 00 Deposits 1,203,970 50 Total $1,983,449 99 State of California, County of Los Angelea, ss. I, F. C Howes, Cashier of the shore-named bank, do solemnly swear tbat the above state ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. F. C. HOWES, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of May, 1893. E. W. COE, Notary Public. Correct-Attteat: m ARRINER, WARREN GILLKLBN, P. M. GKKKN, Directors. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATION ALBANK 1018. Spring street, Nadeau block. L. N. Breed President Wm F. Bosbyehell Vice-President (i. N. Flint Cashier W. H. HoLUday Assistant Cashier Capital paid in gold coin 9200,000 Surplus ana undivided profits 25,000 Authorized casual 800,000 DIRECTORS. L, N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm, H. Avery, Silas Holman, W. H. Rollfday, JC. C. Bosby shell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Bemlok, Thoa. Ctoss, William F. BosbyshelL 7-1 tf HE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES Southeast corner of First snd Broadway. Capital stock, fully paid $100,000 Surplus 75,000 B. M. WIDNEY. Preßtdent, D. O. MILTIMORE. Vice-Pres't. GEO. L ARNOLD, Cashier DIRECTORS: R M. Widney, D. O. Miltimore, 8. W. Little, 8. McKlnlay, John McArthur, C. A. Warner, L. J. P. Morrill. General banking business and loans on first class real estate solicited. Buy and sell first class stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wish ing to Invest in first-class securities, on either long or short time, can be accommodated. QAHFORNIA BANK. Comer Broadway and Second S.reet. Capital paid up $250,000 00 Undivided profits 21,000 00 J. FRANKBNFIELD, President, SAM LEWIS, Vice-President, J. M. WITMER. Ca«hier, JOHN G. MOSBIN, Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS: SimonMaler, I.B.Newton, HerveyLindley, R. F. Lotspe<ch,J. C. Kays, B. W. Jones, G.W.Hughes, Bam Lewis, J. Frankenfleld. General banking and exohange business transacted. m 4 4m JTtIRSr NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES CAPITAL STOCK $200,000 SURPLUS 303,000 J. M. ELLIOTT, President, J. D. BICKNELL, Vice Pres't. G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cashier. DIRECTORS: J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bicknell, 8. H. Mott, H. Mabury, J. D. Hooker, D. McGarry, Wm. G. Kerokhoff BANK OF AMERICA, FORMERLY LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Temple Block. Capital stock paid up 9300,000. officers. „ JOHN B. PLATER Pre* deal mOBT. 8. BAKIR. Vtce-FMaUleii, GEO. H. STEWART Caihlat DIRECTORS. Joshua Bixby, Chae. Forman, L. T. Saratov, Leweilyn Bixby, ILB Baker. JohnE. Plater. Sett H. Stewart. FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF Loa Angeles, Cal. Cnpital (paid up) ft 50O.»0O Huedut and profits 780,000 Total .91,280.000 OFF.CBR3. IKAIAB W. HSLLMAN Presides* HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vice-President JOHN MIL.NXR Caahler H. J. FLSISHMAN Assistant Cashier DIBKCTOM. W. H Porrv. Osro W. Ohiids, J. n. Lankor* •Mm, C. E. Thorn, C. Dncommnn, H. W. Hell di in, T. L. Duquo, A. Glassell, 1. W. Hel.man. Exchange for sale on all the principal citlea ot the United States, Europe, china and Japan. W. (L DOUGLAS S3 SHOE nJt'VAp* Do you wear them? When next In need try a pafTaj Best in the world. $5.00_41P*\_3.00 *4.00jf- 1^2.50 If you want a Una DRFSS SHOE, made In the latest styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.30, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom madoand look and wear as well. If you wish to economize lit your footwear,' do so by purchasing W. L, Douglas Shoes. Name and price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mans. Sold by) [_. W. QODIN. 100 North Bprlng Bt., Lot Angeles, Cal. LOST MANHOOD Rasily, Quickly and Permanently Restored. Celebrated Bnolish Remedt § IN ICR VI A. 4&\ It is sold on a positive U J guarantee to care any fif« 3a wl form of nervous pros- trationor any disorder 1 eaaßW of the genital organs of Before, by excessive use of After* Tobacco. Alcohol or Opium, or on acooun* of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc» Dizsiness. Convulsions, Wakefulness, Headache. Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain, Weal- Memory, Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhoea Loss of Power and Impotency, which if neglected may lead to premature old age an-* insanity. Positively guaranteed. Prioe. $1.00 a box; oboxeß forfjo.OU. Sent by mail on receiptof price. A written guarantee furnished with every Js.OO order received, to refund the money if a permanent cure is not effected. ISEKV iA MEDICAL TO., DetroU.Mich. FKIfiMAN rfc CARPttR, 102 IS. Spring Bt. m j77~ „~ —; — fir primary, Beoondary, tertiary 3y phllla permanently ■ enreiln to to 90d»ja. Le«al guuutf w oar* or no V HPV %z iuiliiLg respooslbilliy. TreeliDcut by mail H IiISYPHILISPI H froor cohu nothing. Write tor particulara end yon ■ ■ will never refret it. OUARANTKK REMEDY Co., B Hftv BuU-m 51 &63 Dexter Bids., Ailaina St.,Ub.iOe\f/;o.JH EDWIN B LAKES LEE, M. D. AURIST ROOMB 10 and 17, 242H 8. BROADWAtV LOS ArtGKLBS. 7-28 (isa Baker Iron Works 950 TO 986 8U8N.4 VISTA ST.. LOS ANQCLEB, CAL Aojelr.tag the Boathern Pacifto grounds. TeV eoheae 124. 7-21 7