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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
SANTA ANA.
Fair Matter*—Anaheim Notes-Clans
Spreckels' Purohaee.
Banta Ana, Sept. 22.—The fair directors have
decided upon Spurgeon's opera house as tho
place for holding the pavilion exhibit this
season, and arrangements have been made ac
cordingly. Tie largo hall and (he armory will
be fitted up, and the work of arranging tho ex
hibit* will begin next weak.
It ia believed now that this department of
tho county fair will be fully up to the average,
and perhaps better than in previous years, aud
c* rtaluly the outlook is encouraging. Mr.
Wlckham Is making a personal canvass in the
' hope of encouraging farmers lo add to the dis
play by bringing in products.
ANAHEIM NEWS NOTES.
The beet sugar business is progressing finely.
'The first payment of $11,000 whs received
Irom the Chino factory and has been placed in
the vaults of the Commercial bank In Santa
Aua, as this city cannot now claim a bank. A
. new bank should bo organized, and at once,
bpeaking of this, the Anaheim Gazette says:
"It is especially unfortunate thai the bank
should be closed at this time, as within the
week upwards of $11,000 arrived here from
Chino to pay for beets There being no bank
to deposit with here, the money was taken to
banta Ana and deposited in the Commercial
bank. This money should, of course, have
bean deposited here, but it goes across tbe
river to be disbursed from tho oounty seat. On
tho first ol next mouth there will be anothur
consignment of gold from Ohlno, and tbe total
amount to be paid the beet farmers this season
will not be far from $40,003. We ► tumid have
a bank here to get some of this money, and our
Influential men of means should bestir them
selves to that end. If the beet farmers are
compelled to go to Banta Ana to get thai'
money, tbey will necessarily do a good deal of
their trading there, which ought to be done at
borne. The stores in town should cash beet
checks, and we should all treat the beet men
with the most respectful consideration. Be
cause they are the people, and we are glad ot
And ont of the closing of the Anaheim bank
there is apt to be some sensational develop
ments, tor rumor says everything Is not what It
should be. l'robably, beiore tne business is
settled, there will be some work for the courts,
NOTIB.
Several of tbe wineries in and about this
City, are busily at work manufacturing wine.
Mr. Dickel will furnish the sshool supplies
for the ensuing year.
The appointment of Mr. Gardiner as post
master ior this city, gives general satisfaction.
Mr. aud Mrs. Schackclfoid have gone to Los
Angeles, wnere tbey will in future reside.
Oscar Lsudko leaves today for a visit to
Alaska,
AN IMPORTANT DEAL.
If the deal reported, wherein 0000 acres of
the Bixby ranch is transferred to Claus
Hpreckles be true, then Orange county can well
have reasons for rejoicing, for It would certain
ly meau that auolher sugar factory would be
bunt in this county. However, a Herald
representative could not verify the rumor to
day, although it seems probable that some
largo deal is on fool.
One thiug is certain, and that Is trial tho cul
ture of the sugar beet in Orange county has
been found very profitable, the beets netting
*'■> Per ton, aud a larger acreage will be
p lasted the coining aeason than last.*
Vhere are many reasons for believing that the
rumor in regard to the Spreckels purchase is
true, aud it will not bo surprising If two beet
sugar facturloi will bo in operation in this
county the coming year. In this connection,
It might not be out of place to call attention
to a few of the improvements now going on in
this conuty.
The Newport wharf is being extended into
tho sea 100 feet, which means tbat the wharf
will then bo out so that vessels of any size
i m-y land, and this will prove ol great benefit
' to tne county from a shipping standpoint,
; Three now schoolhouses are in course of con
struction.
The Dwight-Whltlng ranch of several thou
sand acres at Xi Toto has been subdivided; a
dozen oriuorenew dwellings have been erected
i pun it, and 20 families from England have lo
cated bore.
The Tustln hotel hss been reopened—the first
timo it has baen ready for business sinoe boom
days.
One hundred men arc at work cleaning and
straightening the banta Ana river, at an ex
pense o( $15,000, aud no more overflows are to
i be feared.
Three new churches are bsiug built in the
conuty, besides nurierors bouses, duellings
and other Improvements. The outlook is
b.lght.
SANTA ANA NOTES.
Gsorgo Peters visited Los Angeles today.
Wm. brooks of Laguna ranch was in town to
day, and says the Laguna Beach hotel, recently
destroyed by file, will bo rebuilt in time for
next ■• ■ mi's business.
Fifteen hundred pounds ol Dsn, caught at the
Bolsa Chica bay, were shipped to Loa Antoles
today.
C. A Biggs has returned from a tour of the
towns in bouthern California.
J C. Pilton ot Bau Francisco Is la town.
Tha attendance at the Seventh-Day Adventlst
camp mcullng is largo.
Rev. J. 0. Bailey's residence was burglarized
last night between ihe hours of 11 and 10
o'clock, and about $20 stolen. No clue lias
baen found as to the robbers. Tramps are he
coining very numorous hereabouts now, aud It
is presumed that a hono made the robbery.
Mrs. George Williams, who resided west of
Orauge, died on Wednesday evening oi typhoid
fever. Tho funeral took place yesterday after
noon.
The Olive sohool vpaned on Monday with
over (10 pupils and Mrs. A. F. Bradshaw teacher.
Prof. J. H. Millar and son Kobart havo moved
from Orange to Villa Park. They will reside
Willi tho former.- daughter, Mrs. W. Batbfrato
Max Jackson bud his loot severely mashed
the other day. an! tbe injury was so serious
that last evening Dr. Bailey had the injured
psrt amputated.
Nutford paced a mile In 12;ZI today,
RIVERSIDE.
A Smooth Chinese — Local Affairs of
Note.
Riversidi, Sept. 22.-A report was circulated
yesterday on the streets that Giu Ling, who was
recently discharged by Judge Ross on the
grounds that hu owned *. sloie and considera
ble property in this city, had gone to Loa Ange
les for tho purpose of Institutinn suit against
Deputy U. S. Marshal James D. Faris, for false
imprisonment. Upon loosing over ihe city at
sessor'B books the nama of Gin Ling could not
be found. »ud lb" property claimed by him is
assessed lo Duey Wo Lung, Gin's brother. The
deed which he exnibited to Jndgo Ross was a
c ever forgery. Wh»n Assessor Phelps was
making out the assessment ol the city ho caned
at he store, which Glu i.lng claims he owns In
Chinatown, and waa informed by Duey Wo
Luiis; that tho goods were not kept for sale, but
wero kept to supply tho wants of men em
ployed by the firm. Gin is a very smooth arti
c c, but whi have some difficulty in proving his
alsged claim.
BREVITIES.
Mrs. John Roily nud Mrs. John Wilbur left
for Santa Ana wheto they will visit Mrs. D.
Heller.
H P '/Vmerinan and family are home from
mouumhu ° U "° B lv tue lillu Jfll: ' nto
'three v,r.;rants were on trial yesterday before
L,av ß " <1 w " re K>veu • f"w hours to
•, b g! , »' the ■Pworth Leajue of M. E,
BcnMb v, 111 be enteralned by E. Brown this
• »«ntu,s »< bis residence at 000 Chestnut strVet
Coasiauy C will parade lor tsrget praotlca
tomorrow under the commend of Inspector of
Hi tie Pract'ce Lorbeea of the Ninth regiment.
NUB. Chamblin of this city presided yes
terday at the orange growers' meeting in the
AnRfil city
The funeral of Lehman Dyer, who was acci
dentally shot Wednesday evening, took place
today at 3 p. m., from his father's residence,
corner of Eleventh and Main streets..
The young people of the Christian church
held a very enjoyable social at the residence of
H. I. Tuttle last evening.
POMONA.
Local News and Personal! from That
Place.
Pomona, Sept. 12,—All business and working
men among the local readers of the Hkkild
within and under the management of this
agency should, and no doubt will, feel a thrill
of gratification as well as utter a plaudit of
"well done," after reading and pondering upon
the one or two leading and ringing editorials
In its columns today upon points which relate
to our country as a whole and to its worklng
>• en, called up by the arrival oi quite a train
load from Colorado In Los Angeles, as on espe
cial class. It has done In this what it has done
lu many another Instance—that is, battled for
the right, squarely and manfully, without
"whipping the devil around the stump."
Mr. Seth Rlahards boarded the 8:03 southern
Pacific train this morulng into Los Angeles.
Mrs. Frank white left this morning via the
Southern Pacific for San Francisco, for the pur-
of meeting her husband at that point on
Is return from Chicago.
MrB Charley Northcrait and her mother, Mrs.
C. K. White, went to Los Angeles yesterday.
Rev. C. F, 1 oop, who has been quite unwell
for some days paBt, is, we are glad to see, cble
to be out today.
Mr. C. K Sumner of North Pomona, who has
been on the sick list for several days past, his
friends will be glad to know. Is now con
valescing.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Holladay, and Mrs, Feet,
were among those boarding the Southern
1 nettle overland No. 20 this afternoon at 2:42,
westward br und.
Mr. H. B. .Bending has returned from the
coast, and is again to be seen on our streets.
Mr. O K. Qrubb and family, of Los Angeles,
who havo been the guests for the past few
days of Mr. and MrB. J. M. Howard, relatives,
on the corner of Second and Olbbs streets, will
perhaps return home tomorrow, after a pleas
ant and enjoyable sojourn.
MrB. 8. W. Hlgley and little boy, of Kansas
Cltv, is at present on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. Qenerai Howe, brother and sister, Mr. Ka
and Miss Julia Howe. She will remain some
time.
Mr. Will Greenwood of Los Angeles has been
visiting his uncle, Mr. C. P. Patterson of our
town, for some data past.
Mr. Robblns, of Pierce & Robblns, left last
night via the Santa Fe for a trip east.
Mrs. Charles Loud left yesterday evening for
an extended trip east, via the Santa Fe route.
Dr. Gordon of Lordsburg was in town this
afternoon.
We have two happy, smiling fathers In town
at present. On yesterday thete was born to
Mr. and Mrs. James Bowyer a bouncing baby
boy; and today Mr. Potten. of the firm of Nes
bitt <& Co., was presented, by his wife, with a
fine Ut,le girl. At last accounts both mothers
were doing well.
Mr. Win. H. Knight, the auditor of the Mount
Lowe railway, is in our city today in the In
terest of the excursion from this point on next
Tuesday, the 2Mb, to Echo mountain and
Rnbto canon, and gave this office a pleasant
call.
Our readers will see from the posters distrib
uted from this office, as well as the small bills,
full panic liars as regards a splendid opportu
nity to sei, at a small cost, Rublo cs lion on
next Tuesday, which, no doubt, many will be
anxious to avail themselves of, after hearing
Professor James' lecture tonight cn From
Orange Groves and Roses to Suow.
The orange growers held a meeting this after
noon in the onard of trade rooms, at which Mr.
Chamberlin of Riverside made some remarks
calculated to advance the Interests of the or
ganization, and to aid In thss general manage
ment and workings of the same.
In the case of a tult for $250 damages,
brought by Alfred Wright a t alust it. It. Sallee
of Los Angelas, baaed upon a broken finger
from a. vehicle collision for which the coss-
Klaiiiant claimed the 'defendant was retpon.l
le, tried before Recorder Youngs today, the
defendant, WJh« iwae -.tWSNkVuted by Attornoy
Howard A. Rroughton, was acquitted. Attor
ney Len Claiborne represented the complain
ant.
Mr. R. K,1laUee of Los Angejej Ih in our city
today, i Ill yfjlM HITl'V
REDLANDS.
Supervisor Ruggles, the New Supervis
or—Personals.
Redlands, Fept. 22.—Speaking of the posi
tion taken by Mr. Rugglcs, the recently elected
member of the board of supervisors, at the last
meeting, the Facts of this city has the follow
ing to aay:
"Supervisor Ruggl'.s Is continuing to demon
slrate his eminent illness for the position whicb
he has been chosen to fill. In all the proceed
ings of the boaid In which he has taken part,
he haa taken unqualified ground against any
thing savoring in the Jean degree of jobbery or
of a disposition to concede anything to law
breakers or evaders In taking this stand he
has already subjected himself to the attacks
and insults of those who had axes to grind, or
who wished for purposes o' their own to make
concessions to violators of the law. But the
wisdom of his position is manifest iv the fact
that in every case lo fsr his position has been
upheld by the majority of the board."
NOTES.
Judge Camp ia confined to his home by sick
ness.
B. R. Sheldon is visiting lor a few days in Los
Angoler.
The name of Mountain avenue station, on the
Santa Fe, has been changed to Del Rosa.
Suocrvlsor Randall was In the city yesterday
on business connected with the Tenneßsoe
strcet bridge, on tho Barton tract
J.S. Coneuhavei- was acequlted of assault yes
terday, in the justice court, on a second trial,
Dr. Hill and family are home from the east-
Mrs. Leonard, sister of the doctor, accompanied
shem.
The Santa Fe will give reduced rates to those
who wish to attend the fourth annual meeting
of the Thirty-second District Agricultural as
sociation at Santa Ana, commencing October
10th and undlngthe 14th.
The barbers will meet Monday evening, for
tho purpose of arranrlng for Sunday closing.
The W. C. T. a. heid a conservative bible
reading today at tne First Congregational
church.
Thoinns Carroll and Miss Vender Johnßon
woro married Wednesday evening at Hail Ber
nardino, by Rev. i: J. Stockman, and returned
at once lo this city where they will reside.
feveral petitions were presented lo the city
trust, es, at tholr last meeting, for the exten
sion of streets.
A directory of this city will be published in
the near future,
COMPTON.
An Address by Governor Gosper—Local
Affairs.
Compton, £cpt. 21-Ex-Governor Gosper ot
Arizona spoko et Harbell's hall last night on
the into est ol the Order ol American Mechan
ics. He reviewed the Chinese question at tome
length, b amlng our government for forcing a
treaty ou China, and for the almighty dollar
opening our arms and taking the coolies in.
Now tho quost'on Is how to g;t rid of thorn.
He thought congress wonld extend tho time for
John to register and also appropriate money to
deport ail who did not register. The speaker
Hun took up tho qd-stloii oi other foreigu em
igration an: very forcibly showed tbat the
timeh.dcoma when all foreign Immigration
should be slopped, whioh was the sentlmeut of
all prest-nt.
Wm. Games, president pro tern, then proposed
a rising vote ol thanks lor the «i eaker, and ihe
meeting sdjourned to meet agalu next Th urs
day night, when there will be another speaker
down from Los Augelos, when a reorganization
ot the Order of American Mechaulos will be
affected,
Mr. P. Woon, formerly of Compton now of
Los Angeles, was iv town yesterday.
Geo H<ylock, half owner of the Bunker-hill
mine is the Fraser mountains Is at home He
reports mmlnrf intertsts looking up in that
locality. '
A thorough drainage of the slough eastot
town is a punllo necessity, as this Is the cause,
no doubt, of muoh of tne prevailing sickness
The ever welcome pay car of the Southern
Prcittc railroad passed through here on the
20th lust., distributing Its dollars to tha track
men.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 23. 1893.
PASADENA.
A Fall Down a Shaft—Mew O. A. K.
Hall.
Pasadena, Sept. 22 —A man by the name of
William Peal, who la employed on the Ray
mond Development company's ranch digging a
tunnel for water, fell down a ahaft 42 feet
deep this afternoon, breaking hia shornd it
blade and cheek bone, and otherwise bruising
himself.
The shaft he fell down waa only three feet
across and tho only wonder is that he was not
killed ou the spot. As it la, he will probably
pull through all right, unless there are internal
inj arses.
A PARALYTIC STROKE.
Luther Mills, who is woll known about Peter
Stall's lunch rooms by the name of Lou, had a
stroke of paralysis this morning which ren
dered his left side completely useless, ho hav
ing no control of his left arm or leg nor the
mußcles of his face. The stroke came on sud
denly with no warning, he never having had
one before. It is hoped that w.th skillful
treatment he may regain Ihe use of his limbs.
THE NEW G. A. K. HALL.
Last evening the new 3. A, R. hail In the
Fiost block on East Colorado street was opened
for the first time by tbe Grand Army post and
the various auxiliary societies, ail of which
will meet in the same building. The societies
which will hereafter meet in this hall are the
G. A. A., Woman's Relief Corps, Sons of Vet
erans, and Ladles' Aid society.
- Following the clo.e of the regular meetings
last evening a general social time was partici
pated In by members of the various societies,
all gathering in the Ladies' Aid hall, where re
freshments were served.
An impromptu, but most enjoyable, literary
and musical programme was rendered later in
tbe evening, recitations belog given by Misaes
Maud Mendenball, Amy Lacy, ihe Misses Allen
and Mr. Harry Gayloru.
Beveral excellent duets were rendered by
Messrs. Chairman and Snyder, which were
much appreciated by those present.
THE BOY'S ORGANIZE.
The boys of the First M. E. church to the
number of 27 organized themselves into a mil
itary company at a meeting held at the church
laat evening.
The society Is a religious organization, but
will be conducted on a military system.
The officers, excepting the captain and first
lieutenant, were cboaen by competitive drill.
The judges were Major Lukeus of the K. P.
Uniform Rank, Sergeant Coleman and Lieuten
ants Conk and Hull iff and Captain Bmngham of
Co. B, npon whose recommendation the fol
lowing officers were chosen: Geo. Larriugion,
second lieutenant; Fred Blown, first sergeant;
Obarles Canfield, second sergeant. J. W. Bed
wick was elected captain and T. D. Johnson
second lieutenant.
Refreshments were served later in the even
ing.
NOTES.
C F. Braddlsh of Riverside Is spending a few
daya In town, the guest of L J. Huff.
General and Mrs. Sampson, and daughter,
who have been stopping et the Carlton, leavo
tomorrow for Phoenix, Arts., wnere they will
make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Curt, of the Carlton, are spend
ing a lew weeks at Santa Monica.
Rev. George Cochran, a returned Japan mis
Blousry, will preach at the Congregational
church on Sunday next.
The big 1.l ton steam roller for use in tbe
Coloradu-Btreet paving, arrived today. Work
la progressing rapidly.
An Alhambra young man was fined $50,
today, on a conviction of Indecently exposing
hi* person.
SAN BERNARDINO.
An Epidemic of Petty Laroeny—Mews
Notes.
Ban Bernardino, Bept. 22.—For the past
month re porta of burglaries and other depreda
tions by petty thieves have been recslved al
most every day at the marshal's office. The
police have been unable to locate tho thieves
umil last eveulng, when P. M. Lewis was
taken into custody by Officer Heap and placed
In tha city jail. Lewis, who resides near the
depot., has been under police surveillance ior
some time, but they did not sucoeed in over
hauling him till last evening, when he was
arresttd for taking a pair of pincers from the
second-hand store of E. R. Crites last Tuesday
evening. After being lodged in jail he con
fessed to a number of pilferings. Several busi
ness houses have been entered of late, but he
professes iucoceuco in these cases. This city
is badly in need of a police detective.
BREVITIES.
A, H. Primer of the Porphyry Paving com
pany is in town.
J. H. Jones, who captured second prize in the
te'egraphers' tournament, was in the city yes
terday.
W. B. Boggs, assistant csshier of the San Ber
nardino national bank, returned from the
world's fair today.
Department two of the superior court is busy
trylug the case of the people vs. Lopez.
Tom Moroogo is .on trial in Judge Knox's
court for the cntting of General Marcus on
August 20th.
Coroner Thompson is at Ontario holding an
Inquest of a citizen ol that place who was
thrown out of a wagon and killed.
County Assessor Frauk Johnson, wife, son
son and daughter, left tcday for the white
city.
Jeanette, the 10-yoar-rid daughter of Mrs. C.
F. Roe, waa buried from tho family residence
oa Fourth atreet, this afternoon.
SANTA MONICA.
Few Vacant Houses— Local Notes and
Personals.
Santa Momica, BiSpt. H2.—The demands for
vacant houses Is far in excess of supply.
The last game of polo will be played today
of the season.
The case of the town of Santa Monica vs
Xckert As Hopf was finally settled by tho gen
tlemen paying the amount of judgment In lull.
The case of the town vs. Julia Jame comes
up for trial today.
Fisliing is unusually good, while hunting is
still bettrr.
Judge Geo. B. Otis and family of Redlands,
who have summoied' here returned home yes
terday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Acker hava left for ths
world's fair.
Coroner H. G. Cates left yesterday for the
eaat, Intending to visit the world's fair and
other points of interest before returning bom •
Mrs. 0. 0. Twicheli, wife of Justice Twichell,
is confined to her room by severe Hints*.
Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Kmney are occupying
their Ocean avenue house.
Among yesterday's arrivals at tho Jackson
were J. R. emlth, Oland, Minn.; Z. E. Stock
well, W. F. Grant, Los Angeles; J. H. Porter-
Sold, Han Francisco.
At the Arcadia there were tho following Rd
ditiona to tho register: P. Dean, San Francisco;
H. L. Bilmorin. G. do Biltnoiln, Paris; T W.
Johnson, Arizona; Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Hudson,
Los Angeles.
Constable G. B. Dexter hatf returned from his
vacation in the mountairs
Among the recent arrivals at the St. James
are: O. M. Poindextor, A. D. Rinfro, G W
Summers, J. L. D. Moore, C. F. Bainter, Robert
Borden. K. Lewis, Hayden Hayes, Los Angeles-
J. K. NeUon, Inglewood; W. H. Dlcksou, Naun
vllle, Term.
a
' Items of Interest.
SCHADBR & CO., beors, winos, liquors, miv
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite postoffice.
Farmers and Horsemen—Hall's Cream
Salve for horses will keep the flies off a sore,
heal barbed wire cuts, cures old sores. Some
thing new, something good, $1. Off A Vaughn's
drug store, Fourth and Spring streets.
REMOVES
CANCERS
TUMORS
1 Without the Knife.
OVER 1000 TAKE*
t OUT IN THE LAST
124, 8. Main St.
£T 11-3 ly
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tends to personal enjoyment when
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adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical b.eing, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
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dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
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Syrupof Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
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Price 75 cents. Pot lasts three ~onths.
Mra. Harrison's FACE POWBKR.
It is very fine and adhesive, cannot Injure the
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Is not a cosmetic to hide defects, but a medical
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Tsd, Suuburu, Bluckhnad, Moth Patches,
shallowness and all other skin b emishes.
Price $1. All of Mrs. Harrison's uumerous
preparations for sale by all druggist.
MRS. DORA JOHNSON,
Lady Agent for Los Angeles,
Hairdresslng end Manicuring Parlors, Rooms
41-42 Wllßoa Block, Spring street.
For any special or complicated blemish of
the face and form, write lo MR. NETTIE
HAHRISON. 20 Feary street, Sail Franejaao,
Cai. SUperfljoui talr permauetiy removea.
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Old Re'lable Specialists In tbe Treatment of
Throat and Lung Troubles, Catatrh, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Neayous, Cnronio and
Special Diseases of MVn aud Women. We
have had yeaia of experience iv the treat
ment of
YOU N<3 MEN
who suffer from tho effects of youthful follies
or indiscretions, or are troubled with weak
ness, nervous debility, loss ot memory, de
ipondency, aversion to society, Impediments
to marriage, kidney troubles, or any diseases
of the geuito-nriuary organs, can !■-;.■ And a
safe aud speedy cure. (,'hargeß reasonable,
cspecia'ly to the poor.
MIDDLE-AGED MEN.
There are many troubled with too frequent
ovacuations of the bladder, often ace impauied
by slight smarting or burning Sensation, and a
general weakeuing of the system. On exam
ining the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will
often be found, and of a thin, milky or a dark,
torpid appearance.
Consultation free. Patients out of the city
treated by mall or express on receipt of Sfa to
par for medicine. Call or w'itu aud describe
symptom. Ofheo hours 9 am. to 4p. m. aud
7 to 8 p.m. 0- 4 ly
NORTH BEACH
BATH HOUSE,
SANTA MONICA
On the Beach, Foot of Utah Aye.
Hot Ocenn Water Baths, - ) EACH
Surf Bat hs ... V 25
Warm Ocean Water Plunge, ) UTS.
BEACH ALWAYS CLEAN.
SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
EVERY SUNDAY".
COURTEOUS ATTENDANTS.
ftV First-class A ccommodalions for Picnics,
Ladies aud Children. B SW lm
Incubators, Bone Mills, A,i...i. Cuttera
Everything for poultry keepers.
EDWIN CAWSTON, 15J18. Broadway.
1)1 tlm
The Newest Importations
CONTINUALLY ARRIVING.
CHOIC; DESIGNS. BEST GOODS.
112 pc. Semi-Porcelain
Dinner Service, $10.50
ALL GOODS EQUALLY LOW.
STAFFORDSHIRE CROCKERY CO.,
*\* «S iPitINU a*. 7-28 8m
DR. WONG HIM, who haa practiced medi
cine In I.o« Angeles for IS years, and
whose office is at 039 Upper Main street, will
treat by medicines all diseases of women, men
and children. The doctor claim* that he haa
remedies which are superior to all others aa a
specific for troubles of women and men. A
trial alone will convince the aick that Dr.
Wong II i m's remedies are more efficacious than
can be prescribed. Dr. Wong Him is a Chinese
physician of prominence and a gentleman of re
sponsibility. His reputation Is more than well
established, and all persons needing his serv
ices can rely upon his skill and ability. A cure
is guaranteed in every case in which a recov
ery is possible. Herb medicines for sale.
DR. WONG HIM
HERB DOCTOR
639 Upper Main St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Aniiki.es, Cal., June 17, 1893.
To the Public: I have been suffering with
piles snd kidner trouble for over five years,
and have tried several remedies, bnt all failed
to relieve me. A short time since I tried Dr.
Wong Him, 039 Uppar Main street, and I am
now well and strone, and consider him a first
class doctor. Yours truly,
W. H. HILLYER,
235 8, Hill St., Los Angeies, CaL
Los anosi.es, June 9,1893.
To the Public: Cor over five years I have
been troubled with nervous sick-headache and
liver complaint. I didn't seem to find any help
from the many doctors and medicines that I
tried until I tried Dr. Wong Him, 639 Upper
Mam atreet. lam now welL Yours truly,
MI IS M. G. BROCK,
48 Hinton aye., Los Angelea, Cal.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
s —GIBBON"S
Bitreatmentof Sexual and
tSSsloßfrailMißflMfllW diseases, such
Gonorrhea, Gleet,
a 1 Its forma, Seminal
Weakneis, Impotency and Lost Manhood per
manently cured. The aick and afflicted ihonli
not fall to call upon him. The Doctor haa trav
eled extensively in Europe and inspected thor
oughly the various hoapltala there, obtaining
a great deal of valuable Information, which he i]
competent to in. part to those In need ot hia ser
vices. The Doctor cures where others fall.
Try him. Di; GIBBON will make no charge
unless he effects a care. Persons at a distanea
CURED AT HOME. All communications
strictly confidential. All letters answered la
plain envelopes, Call or write. Address
* DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Boa 1057. Ban Francisco, CaL
V. :*tlon Loa Aueeles Hbbald. 12-17 1»
Duck Shooting
Ilfill
The finest duck and deer shooting in South
ern California. Boats, blinds aud sink boxes
free for guests of ths hotel. Hotel open nntil
December Ist. Deer in abundance within oue
mile oi hotel. Last season SSOO ducks were
killed by guests of the hotel la the months of
Octobe.' *nd November.
Carriage leaves New Et Charles Hotel eve JT
Tuesday at 5 a.m
The line-' trout fishing in the state.
Board and lodging $10 per week. Round
trip ticket $7
For full particulars inquire at 207 South
Broadway, Los Angelea, and New F.t. Charles
Hotel, Ban Bernardino.
Ammunition of all kinds for sale at hotel.
Conveyance free to guests to and from Hunt
ing grounds. GOB KNIGHT,
0-7 4m Proprietor.
University of - -
Southern California
DR. J. P. WIDNEY, President.
COLLEGE Or" LIBERAL ARTS.
FOURTEEN I'H YEAR OPENS
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27tti.
Academic Courses fitting for College in three
years.
FOiTi REaULAR COLLEGE COURSES—
Classics:, Philosophical, Scientific and Litera
ture and Art.
Beat of facilities for Vocal and Instrumental
Music, Painting, Btenography,Type-wrlting,&c.
For particulars address
DEAN W. B, MATTHEW, D. D..
9-10 lm University P. 0., Cal.
NOTICE
HOTEL MEN.
Best family and tourist hotel in Southern
Callfornitto lease for a term of years. Con
tains 100 rooms, large social hall and bright,
sunny dining-room. All mod' ru convenience',
including electric light", steam heat and well,
wi.'h engine aud boiler; return call Cells, gas
and room for private plant, situated on tho
southwest corner of Hope and Eighth street.
Cable road within one block and electric ors
within two blocks. Bids rjcoived. Referenoai
required.
HANNA &■ WEIBB.
9-2 lm vol s. Spring st., Los Angeles.
RAMA COMENT
LOL ANGELES COUNTY, CAL.
A branch of tne Convent of Our Lady of the
Sacred Heart, Oakland, Cal,.
This institution, conducted b - the Sisters of
tho Holy Nutt'K, occupies one of tne met pic
turesque sites iv the Sin tlaoriel Valley. It has
features of excolleaoo mat specially recom
mend it to public puronaae. The course of
study embraces the various brancheso! a solid,
useful aud ornamental education. For partlc
ularsapplv to the LADY SUPERIOR.
Conveyances will take visitors from Shorb
station to Couvont on Thursdays and S.tur
days, on arrival of 2:40 p. ra. train from Los
Angeles. B 2 lm
KINGSLEY & BARNES,
ART PRINTERS
OPPER-PLATE PRINTING,
WiIDLING INVITATIONS, ETC.
VISITING CARDS, ETC.
211 New High Street, Fulton Block,
Near Franklin street, ground floor. Tel. 417.
WAGON MATERIAL,
HARD WOODS,
IRON, STEEL-,
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Eto,
JOHN WIGMORE,
147, 118 and m Bouts Lot Aug U M attach
BANKING HOUSES. _.
THE NATIONAL BANOF CALIIRNIA.
1 Report to Comptroller of Currency, July 12,1893.
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES
w a ! n °n hand and in banks $102,684 15 c»pltal itock, paid in aoln §250,000 00
United States bond! 160 00J 00 Surplus . 5 000 00
Demand loans 92 SOS 03 Undivided profits...' 10 040 38
Regular loans 218,650 54 Circulation 135,000 00
School bonds and stocks 19,723 55 Deposits 199 638 36
furniture and fixtures 6,000 00
Expenses 315 45
$599,678 74 $599.678~74
The National Bank of California ia one of the few banks that successfully stood the shock ol
the late panic and maintained full coin payments right through.
The National Bank of California pays no interest on deposits in any form, offers no special
inducements for business other than reliability when the customers exercise their rights to de
mand their money.
In the matter of loans it looks more to reliability than high rates of interest, and desires no
loans except from good and reliable partiea, and then exacts good security, believing that no
bank Is better or more reliable than Its loans.
DIRECTORS
O. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFSJJILU M. H. RHKSJtt:*!
Sb R . AV v? S - *• C KLOKKI, GEORGE IRViiii., X.N. McDONA^A
W. S. DeVAN, T. B. NEW LIN, A. HaDLEY, JOHN M. C. MAR3VE
1 *' : - ■■ 11 '■ ■■■*- ~~"."' " t"",tj,„. r. 111 Mum
Security Savings Bank & Trust Company
NO. 148 SOUTH MAIN STICKKT, LOS ANGELES, CAL.
CAPITAL STOCK .... $200,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 16 000
OFFICERS:
Il UQ '!s' President. J. F. SARTORI, Cashier.
VVM. McDLRMOTT, Vice-President. W. D. LONG YEAR, Assistant Cashier.
, , m DIRECTORS:
Isalas W. Hellman, Herman W. Hellman, Maurloe 8. Hellman, A. C. Rogers.
T. L. Duque, Wm. McDermott, M. L. Fleming, J, A. Graves.
F.N.Myers, J. H. Bhankland, J.F.Bartori. "raves,
Five Per Cent Interest Fald on Deposits. Money Loaned on Baal Estate.
Our Loan Committee of Five Directors exercise great care in making loana.
Especial attention given to depositors of small sums: also 10 children's savings deposits
Bemittanes may be sent by draft, postal order or Wei's, Fargo <t (lo.'g Express. 4-1 ly
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSIT 3
Main Street Savings Bank and tat Company
CAPITA L. - - $200,000
426 SOUTH MAIN ST. ■ - LOS ANGELES, CAL.
J. B. LANKEBSHIM, Pres't, 8. C. HUBBELL, Vlce-Pres'L J. V. WACHTEL. Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
H. W. Hellman, 8 C. Hubbell, I N. VanNuys,
Kasnare Cohn, John H. Junes, O. T. Johnson,
W. G. Kerckhoff, H. W. O'Melveny. J. B. Lankershlm.
Deposits will be received in sums of Irom $1 to $5000. Workingmen and women should de
posit at least $1 per week from their wages. Children can purchase 5-cent stamps in all parts
of the city and county. It is the best education you can have In saving and caring for money.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTGAGEB
SAVINGS BANK OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Southeast Corner Spring 1 and Conrt Sts., Los Angeles, CaL
CAPITAL STOCK, SlOO.OOO. BUKPLUS, * 10,000.
OFFICERS*
J. H. BRALY ....President | JOHN W. HUNT Cashier
FRANK A GIBSON Vice-President | ARTHUR H. BRALY Assistant Cash!*!
' _i , DIRECTORS:
J. D. Blcknell, Hiram Mabury, W. G. Patterson,
J. M. Elliott, Frank A. Gibson, H. L. Drew,
C. W. Hasaon, J. H. Braly, A. H. Braly.
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS 7-Utl
gTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
N.W. Cor. Second and Spring Sts., Los Angelea, Cal.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits.
OFFICERS:
W. G. COCHRAN, Pres't. H. J. WOOLLACO'IT, V. Pres't, JAMES F. TOWRLL, Satfy.
DIRECTORS:
Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A Hubbard, 0. T. Johnson,
P. M. Green, Telfair Creighton, W. G. Cochran, B. F. Bail,
H. J. Woollacott, W.P.Gardiner, Jamea F. Towell. 8 19 tf
JLos Angeles Savings Bank,
NO S3B North Main Street.
CAPITAL STOCK. $moooo
buijplus * asVo'co
H. w. HELLMAN, President. J. S. PLATER, Vtos-Presiaent,
W. M. CASWELL,, Cashier.
DIRECTORS*
I. W. HELLMAN. R. 8. BaKKR. H. W. HELLMAN.
- _ . J. B. PLATER, t. W. HELLMAN, J»„
Mil £HF** T nterest paid on deposits. Honey to loan on first-elan real estate.
*mfm Wttiott Bank of Samtttjs
vHl/ CAPITAL, $200,000 223 SOUTH SPRING ST.
M. W. STIMSON, Pres't Wm. FERGUSON, Vice-Preyt W. E. McVA V, Cashul
———director* LTnjTTi — ~7~ cZS
Wm FERGUSON S.MANSFIELD P.M. BARER A. E. POMEROY
C. G. HARRISON S. H. MOTT M. W. STIMSON
S nn cant Interest flaio on 38-*no»it»
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
Los Angeles, Cal.
Capital (paid up) 9 50O.'")O
BlUDlcs and proflts 780,000
Total 831,280,000
orr.cxßS.
(BAIAB W. HELLMAN President
HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vloe-Preaident
JOHN MILNER Cashier
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS.
W. H Perry, Osro W. Childa, J. S. Tanker
•him, C. E. Thorn, C. Ducominun, H. W. Hell
ji»n, T. L. Duque, A. Glaaaell, I. W. Hellman.
Exchauge for sale on all the principal cities
oi the United States, Europe, china and Japan.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATION ALBANK
10l U. Spring atreet, Nadeau block.
L. N. Breed President
Wm. F. Bosbysholl Vice-President
'i.N. Flint .....Ca*hler
W. H. HolUday Assistant Cashier
Capital Daid in gold coin (200.000
3urplu« and undivided profits 25,000
Authorised cayual 600,000
DIRECTORS.
L. N. Breed, H, T. Newell, Wm' H. Avery,
611ns Holmtn, W. H. HolUday, K. C. Bosby
ahell, M. Hasan, Frank Rader, D. Remlok,
Thoa. Goss, William F. Boßbyshell. 7-1 tf
BANK OF AMERICA,
roRMIBLT
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Temple Block.
TspUal stock paid up * '00,000.
OFF! SHS.
JOHN K. PLATER President
ROB,. S. BAKER Vico-Presldent
GEO. H. STEWART Cashlef
DI SECTORS.
Jo'ham Blxhy, Chas. Forman,
lv T. Oarnsey, Lewellyn Blxby,
K. 8. Baker. John E. plater.
Geo. H. Stewart.
QALIFORNIA BANK.
Corner Broadway and Secon I S reet
Capital paid up $250,000 00
Undivided profits 21,000 00
J. FRANKENFIKLD, President,
SAM LEWIS, Vice-President,
J. M. WITHER. Cashier,
JOHN G. MOSSIN, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
Simon Meier, I. R. Newton, Hervey Llndley,
R. F. Lotspeich.J. C. Kay«, E. W. Jones,
G.W.Hughes. Sam Lewi?, J. Frankeufield.
General banking and exchange business
transacted. ml 4 m
THIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
SURPLUS • 303,000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
J. D. BICKNKLL, Vice Pres't.
G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bicknell,
S. H. Molt, H. Mabury,
J. D. Hooker, D. McGarry,
Wm. G. Kerckuoff.
THE UNIVERS.TIf BANK OF LOS ANGELES
Southoast corner oi First snd Broadway.
Capital Btock, fully paid $100,000
Surpus 75.000
R. M. WIDNEY. President,
D. 0. MILTIMORE. Viee-Pros't.
4EO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
R. M. Widney, D. O. Miltimore,
3. W Little. 8. McKlnlay,
John McArthur, C. A. Warner,
L. J. P. Morrill.
General b inking bustnsas and loans on flrst
class real estate solicited. Buy and sell flrst
cisss stocks, bonds and warrants Parties wish
ing to Invest In first-class securities, ou either
long or short time, can ba aocommcdattd.
irJ>S ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Capital $500,000 00
Surplus 52,500 00
Total 552,500 00
George H. Bonebrakx, President,
F. C. Howes, Cashier.
E. w. Cos, Assistant Cashier.
directors:
Col. H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green, War
ren Olllelen, L. P. Crawford, C. A. Marrtner,
Geo. 11. Bonebrake, F.C. Howes. 9-15tf
J Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat-11
* ent business conducted for moderate Fees. !
'cur Office is Opposite v. S. PatentOrnoc
J and we can secure patent in less time than those
iremotefiom Washington.
\ Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip-
Sti .n. We advise, if natentable or not, free of)
* charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. ! >
J A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents,'' with' 1
Jcost of same in the U. and foreign countries' ',
<sent free. Address, >
;C.A.SNOW&CO.
J^O^P^PAJ^E^fT^r^U^E^WA^^
Painless Dentistry
Fins Gold Filling,
'rown and Bridge
nfXLWr ✓"•fe? AII Operations
X Painless.
SET TEETH, $3.
D. G. PECK CO.,
UNDERTAKERS
140 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
a Specialty^—
FREE FROM ANY TRUST.
Always Open. Telephone OL
CLARK & BRYSON,
Successors to Clark & Humphreys)
Wholesale and Retail
LUMBER DEALERS
Office, West Second St., Bnrdlck Most.
Yards at Redondo and Loa Angeles. 1-lt If
Kerekhoff-Cuzner
''ILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL
vain Office: LOS ANOELSS.
Wholesale Yard at SAN PKDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Laaaanda,
Asnaa, Burbank. Planing Hills—Los Ange.aa
owl Pomona. Cargoes furnished to ord**
Baker Iron Works
950 TO 966 BUENA VISTA 8™ .
LOS ANQELES, C
A4J«iLing the Southern Paclflo r'
. aoWsli*. 7-aI
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