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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Electric Rood Franchises—A. Ten
Pasadena, Sept. 29.—1t ia a very evi
dent lact that tbe Consolidated Electric
company of Los Angeles has no overpow
ering desire to enter this city, at tbe
present time, at least.
As tbe matter stands at present there
■re no electric franchises in existence in
Pasadena, the one over the Pasadena
Street Railway company's lines having
expired, with no extension of time, the
company having refused to accept the
conditions implied, which called for a
bond of $2000 for tbe completion of tbe
road in two years.
This city is at all times ready to wel
come and assist advancement of all
kinds, bnt we have no time to spend on
A meeting of the Pasadena tennis club
will be held tomorrow at tbe club
grounds, corner of Orange Grove and
Playing will commence at 8:30 a. m.,
and will continue during the afternoon,
A good list of entries has been re
ceived and some Rood playing may be
looked for, as tbe boys have been doing
considerable practicing since the last
Tbe entries np to today are as follows:
Louis Freeman, Fred W. Koohe, Don
McGilvray, Oliver Picher, Bob Kowan,
Rob Oollingwood, Charles Grosebeck,
Joseph Solomon, Prof. J. 1). Graham,
Harold Ohanning, Fred Buchanan, Irv
ing Allen, John Blick, Bruce Rowan,
Peter Palmateer, Will Allen, Kimball
Ferguson. John Daggett, Ben Walbridge
and Will Merwin.
Mrß. E. A. Mote returned from a pro
tracted eastern trip today.
The indications for rain are good, and
local weather prophets are predicting a
City taxes are now due and may be
paid at any time.
Mr. Bnnt Hntchinß, one of onr popu
lar yonng townsmen, is back from a
month's vacation at Santa Monica.
A moonlight excnrsion to Rubio canon
will doubtless attract many of the
yonng people tomorrow evening.
No eastern mails in today, and the
prospects are not flattering for any for
several days yet.
The subject of Rev. George Cochran's
sermon at the Congregational chnrch on
Sunday next will be Christianity in
Japan. .Mr. Cochran has been a mis
sionary in that country for a number of
years, and will be able to speak from
Houses to rent within a reasonable
distance from tbe business center of
town are harder to find than hen's
teeth. Some of our capitalists would do
well to expend some of their surplus
money in the house building line.
The Lake Vineyard Land and Water
company has a gang of men at work
"-jking up tbe old original water pipe on
oi\T Oaks and Colorado street, which
Las been down since the old colonial
days. A steel pipe is being put down in
The finals of the handball tournament
were played off at tbe Athletic club this
evening, in the presence of a good sized
audience of business men. This in
crased interest in athletic sports is
pleasing to notice.
Tbe death of Mrß. Etta Alice Ninde,
wife of Albert Ninde, occurred last even
ing at her home on Adell avenue, the
surprise of which will be sad news to
ber numerous friends in this vicinity, as
tbe death waa quite unexpected, The
annonncsmsnt of tbe funeral will be
From tbe way business ia going ahead
in this city one would never imagine
that such a thing as a financial depres
sion ever existed, and for that matter,
it never has, co far aa Pasadena ia con-
New buildings are going np on every
aide and an unemployed man ia hard to
One of the workmen on Fair Oaks this
morning stuck hia pick through tbe
' water main at a most unfavorable time
for a street car driver who happened to
be passing, as the big stream struck the
car full in the side and at tbe same time
the horse stopped, giving him tbe full
benefit of a free shower bath. The last
seen of him be was endeavoring to in
duce the contrary animal to believe the
best thing he could do would be to get
out of the wet.
A Sensation at the mammoth Wharf.
Santa Monica, Sept. 29.—Quite a sen
sation occurred on the mammoth whan"
unobserved to most of those present
yesterday afternoon. A young and
beautiful married lady of Los Angeles
waa fishing with an escort. It
seems the lady took the trip unbeknown
to tbe father of ber two charming
daughters, with the dude whose only
ambition in life seems to be mashing
' foolish married women. When unex
pectedly the husband put in an appear
ance and commenced wearing out a
cane on the dude who Btarted on a run
trying to apologize aa he went with the
blows from the Malaca for periods and
other stops. After teaching the masher
a lesson the hnsband read bis wife a lec
ture she will not forget, and took her
home a padder but wiser woman it ia to
Captain Randall takes full possession
of tbe cigar stand and newa agency to
*ftf, late Mr. Barackman'e, ia the Kel
ler block. The captain is an old-time
sea captain of 25 years' standing, who
has a record equal to any and iB favora
bly known all over the coast, He will
make a wolcome addition to onr busi
noes men, and in the genial captain
the Herald will hove an agent at
tbe seaside to be proud of.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rogers and fam
ily have left for their Tulare county
ranch, whero tbey intend to spend the
Mr. and Mrß. D. Desmond and family
have returned to their Los Angeles
home after a pleasant summer in their
Second street home.
Among the recent arrivals at the
Jackson are: P>. E. Burne, San Jose;
Mrs. Martha Joneß, Miss Bessie Hale,
R. Y. Merchant, Lob Angeles; L. D.
Smith, Kedlands; Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Hough. San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. D. Powers, St. Louis, Mo.
Hon:* of Interest.
BCTIADKR & CO., beers, wines, Honors, mln
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite pojtotuco.
The Races-The Anaheim Bank Failure.
Santa Ana, Sept. 29.—1t is not yet
an assured fact that Diablo will not be
seen at tbe Santa Ana and Los Angeles
races. The injury received by the horse
is not such as to incapacitate him from
entering the races, and it is more than
probable that the horse will come south.
He is entered in two races here, both of
which he has more than an even chance
of winning, and Murray ia a man who is
after money, just tbe same as other
horsemen. Besides, if Diablo would
come down, defeat Silkwood and get a
mark of 0 or better, he would be just
that much more valuable in the stud.
Improvements at tbe race track are
the order of the day, and the oound of
the hammer, the clatter of hoofs, the
loud talk of the jockeys and other
sounds usually heard on tbe turf make
the fair grounds a lively place.
The fair grounds here are in excellent
bands. Cash Harvey is the superin
tendent, and keeps everything in the
beat of condition. If tbe meeting here
this year is not a grand success it will
be no fault of tbe management.
Holcomb's mare, Jenny June, con
cluded she would rather run than trot
today, and proceeded to outclass Irish
Johnny in a running race. She succeed
ed in spilling out ber driver, breaking
the eulky and causing conaiderable ex
Kelly drove Conn a mile in 2:21 thia
morning. If tbe horse keepßOu improv
ing, he will be a bard one to beat in tbe
This was Silkwood's day, so of course
large numbers were at tbe track.
OOT AWAY FROM THE ASYIUM.
Conway Boeteler, a crazy boy sent to
the asyium from this city, escaped yes
terday, and came from San Bernardino
hero. After scaring several persons
quite badly, he was taken in charge by
the officers, and will be returned to San
SANTA ANA NOTES.
Rev. J. T. Hop Kins has returned from
H. Yonng visited Los Angeles today.
Tbe people of Tustin are desirous of
In a short time, this city will have a
telephone line to Westminster and
The Standard says: The depositors of
the Anaheim bank held a meeting on
Friday of laßt week to look over tbe
situation and discuss tbe outlook for
those in distress. Squire Pierce was
called to the chair. He informed the
brethren of the object of the meeting
and then tbe music began. Tbe discus
sion was lively and laughable, and all
came to the same conclusion, that the
bank was about the worst bursted ins/,
tution in America.
A committee was appointed to inquire
into tbe value of the securities and a'so
a committee to examine the books to
see bow the affairs stand. The report
of Mr. Bartlett, the new manager, shows
$110,000 on deposit and $227 caah on
band, also $20,000 capital stock. The
capital stock ia $100,000, of which $20,
--000 is paid np. Since the bank re
opened a few weeks ago it ia said that
fully $10,000 caah was paid in and now
the depositors want to know what went
with that money, as tbey claim that tbe
despositors of it never drew out a dollar.
The situation is a forlorn one and many
an honest, hard working man has his
last dollar in the bank.
We learn that Mr. May bury the noted
capitalist and bank stock owner on the
coast owns $50,000 worth of the stock,
and Mr. Plez James, the retired man
ager, about $40,000 worth. Mr. James
has surrendered all of his private prop
erty in this county to the bank to se
cure creditors, but it will go but a short
way. As tbe stockholders are liable for
tbe amount of the share tbey bold. Mr.
May bury will probably be called nponto
offer a healthy contribution. In the
meantime other parties are talking of
starting a new bank soon.
A Party at Sheriff Booth's Kesldenee.
San Bernardino, Sept. 27.—Tbe resi
dence oj tbe able and large-hearted Dr.
James F. Booth, sheriff of this county,
was the scene of a gay party last even
ing, Misa Alice Booth, one of San Ber
nardino's deaervedly papular and fair
daughters, celebrated her eighteenth
iwlhday in a most fitting manner, as
sisted by a large number of frisnda.
The spacionß parlors were well filled
with the youth and beau)y of this city,
who took part in the mnsic, both vocal
and instrumental, dancing and social
conversation. The doctor treated the
guests to a decidedly meritorious per
formance on the violin. Refreshments
were served and enjoyed by all.
Those fortunate enough to be present
will long remember tbe delightful occa
sion, and upon departing tbe gneatawere
lond in their praise of the boat and
hostess aa entertainers.
The Webster Literary and Debating
Society reorganized last-evening in tbe
chamber of the superior court. The
meeting waa well attended by the young
LOS ANGELES ITERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 30. 1893.
men of the city, who after discussing
matters, adopted a constitution and by
laws for government and elected the fol
lowing officers: President, Guy Sboup;
vice-president, F. A. Leonard j secretary
and treasurer, J. W. Curtis; editor, J.
E. Rich; sergeant-at-arms, F. W. Rich
ardson. A committee was appointed to
prepare a programme for next meeting,
which will take place in the court room
of department two of the superior court
Thursday evening, October stb, at 7 :s0
C. B. Bartlet of Tustin is in town.
Carl H. Alwens, brother of our towns
man, Max Alwens, arrived Saturday
from Erio, Pa., and will locate.
A. G. Hartley, tbe boy robber, was
sentenced to one year in state's prison
today by Judge Otis.
A reception will be tendered Rev. C.
A. Wistenberg at the church parlors
The supervisors will probably take
some action tomorrow toward forward
ing the work on tbe court house.
Frank Wise was arraigned before Jus
tice Knox today on a charge of vagrancy
and will be tried tomorrow at 2 p.m.
General Manager K. H. Wade of the
Santa Fe was a city visitor yesterday.
Charles Hughes, son of H. 8. Hughes,
has been released from the Whittier
school on a writ of habeas corpus.
One of the principal business bouses
which signed a contract recently to close
on Sundays, has violated tbe obligation.
Mews Matters and Personal Motes at
Pomona, Sept. 29.—There were several
disappointed persons on yesterday after
noon late, as those who -had purchased
their tickets with the intention of leav
ing via tbe Santa Fe route were inform
ed by our local agent, Mr. H. H. Vin
cent, that he had received telegraphic
information that the overlands on his
roed could not run through on account
of temporary washouts on tbe desert,
from cloudbursts or heavy rains, This
was mnch more thoughtful on the part
of the management of the road than to
have permitted them to start and then
be blockaded for several boura on the
lonely, desolate desert.
The Second Adventiats commenced in
their tent, adjoining their house of
worship, corner of Sixth and Main
streets, on last night, a series of ser
vices that will continue through Octo
ber Bth. Among tbe visiting divines ie
Bey. W. 11. Lannin of San Francieco.
The resident minister, Rev. V. F. Hunt,
and the committeeman. Mr, E. Lister,
cordially invite any of the local divines
of Pomona to come and participate in
Tbe local Salvation Army workers nt
this point have been increased by the
arrival of some of their traveling coad
jutors, and on last night had quite an
over-average jubilee that was witnessed
by a very large crowd of spectators.
Next Monday is a legal state holiday,
being Labor day.
There have been several changes, due
to the purchase of tbe house and lot on
South Main street recently occupied as
a tailor shop and sewing machine office.
Tbe latter have moved out and Weigle
Bros, will move in, thus leaving the
Newman store, on Second street, vacant
The ladies oi St. Agnes Guild of this
parish gave a guild supper last night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kellar anticipate
leaving for an extended tour east on Oc
The warehouse excavation on the rail
road reservation, just north of tbe track
and we6t of North Main street, is boing
pushed right along. Tbe heavy bottom
frame timbers are being put upon tbe
ground, and it will not be very long be
fore Messrs. C. C. Morse and E. D. Rice
—Morse & Rice—will have a place in
which to handle cud from which to ship
Mr. Charles Clark, a delegate from
the order ot this place to a state assem
bling; of Foresters in San Francisco, will
leave for that city on next Monday. He
will be accompanied by Mrs. Clark.
Miss Martha S. Mullaly, who has
been tbe guest of ber cousin, Miss
Luella, for several weeks this summer,
expects to return to her Los Angeles
home on tomorrow.
Howland Bros, of our city inform 0 .
that their olive 011 receiveo a medal bt
Chicago, another featber in the cap of
Southern California, and more especial
Tbe Claremont News man was in town
J. W. Sutherland Not Seriously Injured.
Redlands, Sept. 29.—Apon examina
tion by a physician J. W. Sutherland's
wounds were found to be of a slight
nature. The bullet did not enter the
head bnt passed close to tbe left Bide.
Tne weapon wbb doubtless very close to
bis face, ac powder marks were noticed
on tbe same. Beebe struck bim over
the head witb the butt of tbe revolver,
and be claims the pistol was discharged
Unlike the Dutch Process
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m are used in the
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which is absolutely pure
It has more than three times the strength
of Cocoa miieil with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is far more economical,
costing less than one cent a cup. It
is delicious, nourishing, and easily
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. Baker & Co., Dorchester. Mass.
by the force of the blow. The wound is
not giving the injured man any
trouble, as he was out on the street
yeatordoy. Beebe will have to answer
a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon before tbe justics of the peace.
J. W, White came up from San Pedro
Dr. Sanborn is expected home Octo
Mrs. Whittemore left last evening for
the magic city.
Charles Stewart, foreman of Mrs.
Hickley's rancb, is home from Chicago
and the east.
James A. Doyle of the Leader is
nappy over tbe arrival of a girl at his
Ten carloads of paving rock are ship
ped from Grafton every day for use in
Mies Los Upchurch is home from
1.09 Angeles, where Bhe has been at
tending the Methodist conference.
A. 11. Revis was placed under arrest
far assaulting John Riddle. He will be
tried Saturday at 2 o'clock by Justice
She Y. M. 0. A. gospel meeting on
Friday evening will be oi interest to all.
Geo. E. Habn will drive the Red
lands and Moreno stage in the future.
The Moreno road between here and
the San Mateo canon is reported in a
bad condition, being full of chuck holes.
The trustees have decided to con
struct a stone storm wator ditch over
the proposed line of the Little reser
The Chinese Preparing to t,oavo—Local
Redlands, Sept. 29.—A dispatch re
ceived several days ago stating that
money was en route to pay tbe ex
penses of deporting the Chinese arrested
and convicted of "not registering under
the Geary act, baß epread consternation
in the ranks of the celestials. When
they were informed that the law would
never be enforced they thought that
there would be no more trouble in store
for them. Next came a gleam of light
in the report that there was no money
to pay the necessary expenses, but now
that the money is forth coming, the
Mongolians have lost heart, and yester
day eeveral of them said they guessed
tbey would have to go back home euro
A new batch of warrsuts are expected
every day, and the heathens are keep
ing themselves well posted. They con
tinue to grow less. Very few aro work
ing, and even if they were not scared
out, they soon would be starved. All
the vineyardists are employing white
Kendall Holt o! the San Bernardino
Courier was in town yesterday.
Mrs. H. S. Gruwell and Miss Jennie
Gruwell, left for their home at Elsinore
A dime social will be given at the
Methodißt church tonight.
Amended articles of incorporation
were flied in tbe county dork's office
yesterday by the Southern Pacific Rail
A horse anil cart belonging to W. R.
Craig disappeared from in front of the
First National bank last evenng.
A fnll carload of people left for the
east from this city last eveniag, over the
famous Santa Fe routo.
Ten tramps were gathered in yester
day morning by the police, at a cost of
$40 to the city.
A Haco to Be Arrunced—Notes and Per
Comiton, Sept. 29.—The funeral ser
vices of Rev. Starkey took place today
from the Congregational church. The
remains will be taken to Los Angeles for
The farmers aro praying for rain and
preparing to have their prayerß an-
Bwered as it is very near time for fall
Frank Aleman, an old friend of Tho*.
Rhotan, is visiting in Compton.
The horsemen of this vicinity are ar
ranging; for a race in the near future. A
Bob Mason, a McKinney and Dashwood
colt will be entered.
Captain Skinner of Lob Angeles will
address tbe Church of the New Era
Sunday. October Ist. Subject: The
Origin of Evil.
Mrs. Lsthrop will remove her family
to Pasadena next week for permanent
The editor of the New Era, the best
local paper in tbe state, is something of
a horseman himself and drives one of
the fastest all day roadsters in tho
V, nrtluju fliir.;i T i»-lerH .lust Kedccmed,
During war times tho municipality of
Albany issued on its own credit fraction
al currency redeemable on demand at tho
city treasurer's or chamberlain's office.
Most of tho fiat money was redeemed
within tho five jjears subsequent to tho
end of tho war, and during tbe seventies
the chamberlain would bo called upon to
change a few coins. It was believed that
all had been taken up.
Yesterday, however, Chamberlain Hills
was visited by two young ladies who
showed him a quantity of the currency
issued in 1862 and asked him what it was
worth. To tho chamberlain's questions
as to how it had como into their posses
sion the elder replied that in looking
over the effects of a relative lately do
ceased it was found stored away in an
old box along with many war curios.
Mr. Hills promptly handed over the
counter in good bills the face value of
tho money, between §25 and $30.
A singular coincidence connected with
tho transaction was that Chamberlain
Hills himself paid out tho currency re
deemed yesterday to tho original owner
over 30 years ago.—Albany Journal.
World's Fair Box Parties.
Nearly every train thatgoesoutof this
city for Chicago has several "box par
ties" ou board. These aro entirely dif
ferent from tho box parties at theaters,
but have boon christened by tbe train
bands with tho same name. They are
little groups of peoplo bent on taking an
economical glimpse of tbe great exposi
tion, and who, in order to cnt down their
expenses to the lowest notch, have had
packed at home boxes of luncheon of suf
ficient magnitndo to last during the trip.
At each meal hoar tho members of the
box part ies draw these boxes from under
the soat or sit in groups with their
luncheon on their knees and chat as con
tentedly as if tbey ware at a gorgeously
appointed hotel. Sometimes an exchango
is effected of a boiled egg for a tomato or
a bit of fruit for some bam, and tho fel
low who has had the forethought to bring
a few bottles of beer is a prime favorite
with the other passengers. —Philadelphia
Documents of tlio First Fourteen Con
gresses Pound In the Semite Basement.
Tlie former assistant librarian of the
senate, Mr. E. T. Cressey, has made a
most important discovery among the 40,
--000 volumes, supposed to bo useless,
which havo been accumulating for years
in tho basement of the senato wing of
tho capitol. After a search of months
ho has found 79 volumes, hitherto sup
posed not to bo in existence, which com
prise tbe senate documents of the first 18
congresses and the house documents of
the first nine. The Congressional library,
tho Boston public library and the British
mnseum aro all without these, and the
addition of them to tho senate library
rnalter< it tbe most valuable in tho world
for references of tho proceedings, debates
and documents of congress.
Almost from tho adoption of the con
stitution nil documents of tho senate
and the house have been set aside in
small numbers for tho secretary of the
senate. These were kept in bad order,
if kept at all, and were scattered in vari
ous places. Just after tho war, how
ever, they wero all collected into the
senato library, which occupies a num
ber of almost impenetrable recesses in
tho upper part of the senate wing and
also au equal number of still more diffi
cult nooks and corners in the basement
near tho heating mcchuiery. This last
fras a dry and safe place, bnt hardly any
ody ever ventured within its doors.
The 40,000 volumes accumulated there
were all supposed to be extra ones. Mr.
Cressey'g discovery shows that they con
tain porhaps tho richest single treasure
in the country.
The volumes are in a good state of
preservation, although they and many
others stacked in this unexplored retreat
show traces of tho worms. Many of the
backs indeed aro entirely gone, bnt the
pages aro intact, and the senate library
may now boast that it has for reference
complete documents of tho senato and
the house, all except thoso of the senate
of tho Second congress.
A few of tho 79 volumes aro bound in
manuscript, just as they came from the
authors, and some of them, as it is be
lieved, have never been printed. Dur
ing tho first 14 congresses none of the
documents was numbered, nor was their
character indicated by marks. Thus
each must carefully bo examined to as
certain whether it is on executive or a
miscellaneous document or a committee
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The Popular Demand — Who? What should
be arrested? All excessive nervousness, dyspep
sia, headache, dlzztness, sleeplessness, neural
i.'in, nervous debility, dullness, confusion of
mind, nervous prostration, etc. They should
bo arretted or stopped before they develop into
a condition that can but result fatally. For
this purpose no remedy equals Dr. Mills' Resto
rative Nervine, the discovery of the renowned
specialist, whose remedies are the wonder of
the civilized world. Nervine Is sold by C. H.
Hance, 177 N, Spring, on a positive (ruarantee
Ask for his book free.
The finest dues and deer shooting in South
ern California. Boats, blinds and sink boxes
free for guests of tho hotel. Hotel open until
l.'ecember Ist. Deer in abundance within cue
mile of hotel. Last season 5800 ducks were
killed by guests of the hotel In the months of
Carriage leaves New it Charles Hotel every
Tuesday at 5 a. m
Tho finest tront flshine in the state-
Board and lodging $10 per week. Rounl
trip uctet $7
For full particulars inquire at 207 Bouth
Broadway, Los Angoles, and New P.t. Charles
Hotel, Ban Bernardino.
Ammunition of all kinds for rials at hotol.
Conveyance free to guests to and from hunt
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THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
1 Report to Comptroller of Currency, .Inly 12, 1893.
Cash on hand and in oanks. »102,<>54 IS C ipital stock, paid In coin $250 000 00
United States bonds 100 00 ) 00 Surplus 5,000 00
Demand loans 92.305 OH Undivided profits "., 10 040 38
Regular loans 21H,<!50 64 Circulation 13»><n> 00
School bonds and stocks 10,723 55 Deposits 190,638 3d
Furniture and flxlures tl.ooo 00
Expenses 315 45
«?59!>,078 74 $599,(178 74
The National Bank of Call fornia is one oi the few hanks that successfully stood tho shock of
the late panic and maintained full coin payments right through.
The National Bank of California payn no interest on deposits in any form, offers no special
inducements for business other than reliability when the customers exercise their rights to de
mam! their money.
In the matter o( loans It looks more to reliability than high rates of Interest, and desires no
loans except from good and reliable parties, and then exacts good security, believing that no
bank is batter or more reliable than Its loans.
O. H. CHURCHILL. O. T. JOHNSON, JOHN UOLFSKILL, M. H SHERMAN,
W. L. GRAVES, K. F. (J, KLOKKff, GEORUK IRVINE, E. N. MCDONALD,
W, s, DeVAN, T. E. NSW LIN, A. HADLHi-. JOHN M. C. MARBLE
Security Savings Bank &Trust Company
NO. 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANGKLBS, OAL.
CAPITAL STOCK 8200,000
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 10,000
T. L. DUQUK, Pretident. J. F. SABTORI, Cashier.
\VM. McDERMOTT, Vice President. w. D. LONaYEAR, Assistant Cashier.
Isoiss W. Hellman, Herman W. Hellman, Msurlca 8. Hellman, A. C. Rogers,
T. L. Duque. Wm. McDcrmott, M. L. Fleming, J, A. Graves,
F. N. Myers, J. H. Sliankland, J. F. Sartorl",
Fire Per Cent Intereat Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned on Real Batata.
Onr Loan Committee of Five Directors exercise great care in making loans.
Especial attention given to depositors of small sums: also lo children's savings deposits.
BeiTilttnnes may bo sent by draft, postal order or Wei's. Fargo <fe Oo.'s Express. 4-1 ly
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS
Main Street Sayings Bank and Trust Company
CAPITAL. - - $200,000
426 SOUTH MAIN ST. - - LOS ANGELES, CAL.
J. B. LANKEKSHIM, Pres't. 8. C. HUBBELL, Vice-Pres'U J. V. WACIITBL, Cashier.
H. W. Hellman, S. C. Hutibell, I. N. VanNuys,
Kaaoare Cohn, John H. Jones, O. T. Johnson,
W. (i. Kerckhoff, tl. W. O'Molveny. J. B. Lankershlm.
Deposits will be received in sums of lrom *1 to $5000. Worklngm.cn 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 bust education yon can have in saving and caring for money.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTQAQE3
SAYINGS BANE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Southeast Corner Spring: and Court Sts„ Los Angeles, Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, SlOO.OOO. SURPLUS, SIO.OOO.
J. H. BRALY President I JOHN W. HUNT Cashier
FRANK A. GISSON Vice-President I ARTHUR H. BRAL7 Assistant Oaahor
J. D. Blnknell, Hiram Mabory, W. 0. Patterson,
J. M. Elliott, Frank A. Gibson, H. U Drew,
C. W. Hasson, J. H. Braly, A. H. Braly,
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS 7-11 tt
gTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
fI.W. Cor. Second and Spring; Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Deposita,
W. G. COCHRAN, PreVU H. J. WOOLLACOTT, V.-Pres't. JAMES F. TOWKLL, Secy.
Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A. Hubbard, 0. T. Johnson,
P. M. Green, Telfair Crelghton, W. G. Cochran, U. V. Ball,
H. J. Woollacott, W. P. Gardluer, James F. Towoll. 819 tf
Los Angeles Savings Bank,
NO 236 North Main Street.
CAPITAL, STOCK Sioano"
BUItI'L.TJB 35,S O
H. W. HELLMAN, President. J. E. PLATER, Vico-Prestaeut.
W. M. CASWELL, Cashier.
I. W. HELLMAN. R. B. BAKER. H. W. HELLMAN.
J. ». PLATER, t W. HBI/LMAN, Jr„
•-B tf paid on deposits. Money to loan en first class real estate
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
Los Angeles, CaL
Capital (paid up) 8 BOO.'IO
Biuoltu and protlts 780,000
IBAIAS W. HELLMAN President
HERMAN w. HELLMAN Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Cashier
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
W. H. Perry, Oiro W. Chiida, J. B. Lanke'
•him, C. E. Thorn, C. Dacomrann, H. W. Hell
aim, T. L. Dnque, A. Glassell, I. W. Hellman.
Exchange for sale on all the principal cities
of the United States, Enrope, China and Japan.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATION ALBANS
101 s. Spring street, Nadeau block.
L. N. Breed President
Wm. F. BosDyrhell Vice-President
'it N. Flint Cashier
W. H. HolUday Assistant Cashier
Capital paid In gold coin 8200.000
Snrplu! and nndlvided profits 25,000
Authorised capital 500,000
L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery,
Silas Holman, W. H. Holllday, K. C. Bosby
■hell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Bemick,
thoa. Goes, William F. Bosbysaell. 7-1 tf
BANK OF AMERICA,
LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK,
Capital stock paid up $500,000.
o»n i*s. _
JOHN I. PLATER Pres dent
BOBI'.S. BAKER Vioe-Presidenl
GEO. H. STEWART Cashiel
Jotham Bixby, Ohaa. Formau,
L.T. Gainsay, Lewellyn Blxby,
&. 8. Baker. John E. Platez,
Geo. H. Stewart.
jpIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000
SURPLUS. • ii 03,000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
J. D. BICKNF.LL, Vice Pres't.
G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cashier.
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bioknell,
8. H. Mott, H. Mabury,
J. D. Hooker, D. McOarry,
Wm. G. KerckhofL
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
M. W. Stlmton Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay
Pn*L Vlce-Prwt. Oadttei
C. G. Harrison S. H. Molt R. M. Baker
A. E. Poir.eroy .
THE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES
Southeast corner of First and Broadway.
Capital stock, fully paid $100,000
R. M. WIDNEY. President,
D. 0. MILTIMORE. Vlee-Preo't.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier
B. M. Widney, D. O. Mlltlmore,
8. W. Little, 8. McKinlay.
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 stocks, bonds aud warrants. Parties wish
ing to Invest in first-class securities, on either
long or short time, can be accommodated.
J OS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Capital ~ *500.J<»00
®Iv.:::::;.::::.v.rj;.".. 552:500 00
Geougs H. Bosebrake, Presiden*.
F. C. lliiwes. Cashier.
E. W. Cob, Assistant Cashier,
Col- H. H. Markhara, Perry M. Green, War
ren Gillclun, L P. Crawford, c. a. Marrincr,
Geo. H. Boucbiake, F.C. Howts. 0-lStf
j Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat- ] I
Sent business conducted for moderate Fees. 5
<Our Office is Opposite U. S. Patent Office' '
Sand we can secure patent in less time than those J
5 remote from Washington. a
* Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip-1 1
Jtion. We advise, if patentable or not, free oi| \
t charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. ,i
J A Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with 11
J cost of same in the U. and foreign countries;,
a sent free. Address, , >
t Opp. Patent Office, Washinoton^^^^
Fine Qold Filling.
/JvMr*c2 l l£& AU Operations
STEVENS 4 SONS,
Wawii -*X kJi-Jafl 107 N. SPRING ST.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
LIVIM OUTFITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month at
Lowest Living Rates.
RIVERA & RIOS, Proprietor*.
Tel. 1751. [8-21 2m] 217-219 X. First it
D. G. PECK CO,
140 N. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES.
—Embalming a Specialty j£—
FREE FROM ANY TRUST.
Always Open. Telephone «1.
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Ettj
JOHN WIGMORB, I
U7, 119 and 121 South Los Angolas 8W«f»
CLARK & BRYSON,
(Successors to Clark <& Humphreys}
Wholesale and Retail
Ofßne, 12314 West Second it., Bnrdlck bloct.
Yards at Redondo and Los Angeles. 1-1S If
© MANUFACTCRING JEWELER,
jjpk WaTGH REPAIRER & OPTICIAN
ffi»~ v '"i Dealer in DIAMONDS WATCHES
U*u*Jaf CLO' KB, JEWELRY, SILVER
r PLATE and OPTICAL GOODS.
112 2 S. MAIN STREET.
Emblems, Pins and Badges Made to Order.
PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S
AND PLANING MILLS.
810 Commercial street, Los Angeles, Cat