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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
PASADENA.
Directors or tba Board of Trade Meet
ing-Local Affairs.
, .Pasadena, Oct. 3.—The legular meeting of
the Pasadena board of trade was held this aft
ernoon at 4 o'clock and considerable business
transacted.
Secretary W. K. Knight read an article which
he had prepared to bo published if tbe board
thought best in the form of a small folder,
Which could easily be sent east In letters and
•mall communications. Tbe matter waa re
ferred to the committee on advertising to look
up and report.
Vtae matter of appointing delegates to the In
ternational irrigation congress which meets In
Los Angeles on October 101b came up and the
president appolmed as delegates from tbe
board Judge Benjamin 8. Katon of South Pasa
dena and Governor L. A. Sheldon of this city.
This gives Pasadena four delegates, the
mayor and President KeyesolThroop Polytech
nic being included in the list.
The question of a aultable recognition of the
opening of the n-w Thioop Polytechnic build
ing caino up and President Keyes resigned bis
chair to Mr. Coleaiau. who appointed W. U.
Masters, P. M. Green and A. R. Melcalf a com
mittee to represent tbe board.
A. McNally of Chicago was admitted to the
association, aud blilß fouod correct by the
auditing aud finance committee were uidered
paid to the amount of 154.85,
I veil V MRBTINO.
The next meotlng of tbe lyceum will occur
on Thursday evening, October sth, at 7:30
o'clock. As it is the first meeting since the va
cation it is desired that every member should
be present aud tbe officers in their plaoes. New
members are to be elected, and neophytes will
? lease be present for tbe initiation ceremony,
he exercues of the t ltual will be observed in
full. Members post up from your manueia and
come pnepared to take your part in the exer
cises. A special progrsrame has been prepared
by the executive commiitee which will be very
Interesting. There will be items of lmpoitant
business to transact.
NOTES.
Mrs. Dr. M. B. Hull' of South Rtreraideis the
guest of her mother, 8. J. Hull, at the Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. Richardson, formerly of
Indiana, bare taken tbe management ol tbe
et. Nicholas botel (luring tbe absence of Mr.
aud Mrs. Jones.
Mr. burn ell, foreman of the BUnn Lumber
company, returned from Chicago today, where
he haß been fo/ the past two months.
Mr. Geo. K. Prosser of this city, who went
east some time ago, is leponed quilo low with
typhoid fever.
Asocial aud entertainment will be given by
tbe ladies of the Christian church on next Fri
day eveuiug. A musical and literary pro
gramme will be rendered and refreshments
Served.
West Colorado street is now ready for its coat
pi aspbaltum, and East Colorado is now being
foiled preparatory to having tbe concrete foun
dation put down.
J. H. Merriam, Mrs. George Taylor, H. O. Tay;
flor. Miss Klla Lancaster aud Miss H. L. Morton
fere delegates from this place to tbe meeting of
the Los Angeles Baptist association, which
convened today.
Mrs. Jones, formerly Misa McLain of the St.
Nlcholls, ia out a gold watch, which sho left
laying on a drosser, and some one helped them
pelves.
Miss Grace Ellery Channlng, the rising young
authoress, daughter of Dr. chanuing of this
city, has an interesting story in last week's
entitled The Tals of a Couee
Pot.
The reception given by Rev. Florence Kol
lock, pastor of the Unlverialist churcb, last
evening- at her home on South Marengo avenue,
waa well attended aud a complete success. An
interesting programme was rendered and a very
enjoyable evening passed.
RIVERSIDE.
Progress of the Grapta Season—Estab
lishing; the County "Line.
Riverside, Oct. 3.—The grape picking and
curing season is In full blast in this valley.
Tho threatening weather of the past few days
has not been very pleasing to the grape men.
Many looked for a slight shower, but in this
they were agreeably surprised. Yesterday
wotk was resumed, as the north wind dried
considerable moisture out of the fruit. About
cue-half of tbe crop has been picked aud la be
ing rapidly cured, aud two weeks more will
doubtless clear up the major part of tbe sea
con's crop. Tbe demand for workmen bas been
fair, but yesterday the supply far exceeded the
demand, and many idle men were to be seen on
the streets. Two vlueyardlsts are employing
Chinese, while a number of Indians are said to
bo working in the lower end of the valley,
ESTABLISHING A f'OONTY LINE.
For tho past few days County Surveyor G. W,
Pearson, assisted by Mr. Terras, a deputy of
Fred Perris, tho railroad surveyor appointed br
the San Bernardino supervisors, has been bu.y
esiablishiug a line between tuls and Bail Ber
nardino county, iv the vicinity ol Bin eon, A
d'sputo aroie some tlnio since over tins sec
tlou, aud tbo supervisors were requested by
the commission in partition to appulut a sui
veyortouiake a correct line. When a line
shall have been run, 4 by 0 Inch stakes will ba
B-.1 with Iron plates bolted on them. On ona
side will be inscribed *'S>n Bernaidlno coun
ts" aii .on the opposite sldo "Riverside
county."
BRIEFS.
I. X. Beamor left for the east jesterday.
Sheriff bwope, I. S. Logan, H. F. Hayes and
M. M. Mlllce went to Los Anjeles yesterday
and will take in tbe bicycle races today.
Miss Eva Williams has been taken to the
hospital for treatment
Thomas P. Wilbur cf this city and Miss Bnth
Mendercon of San Diego were married last
week.
Mr. and Mrs Goorge Benlz celebrated the
tsnui anniversary of their wedding Saturday
arening in an nppropri»re manner, by enter
taining a numb r of frtonds.
A team hitched In a light spring wagon and
belonging to 11. F. Paul rah away Saturday, bm
WcT' oaptur.d before au accident rosultcd.
Rlversidors are doing a largo amount of talk
ing about the Santa Ana rac:s, which begins
the 10th Inst. A large number will go down
during that week.
Tha Rlveaslde contingent were more than
pleased with' tbe result of the races Saturday at
Los Angeles, having captured a large percentage
Oflheevenis.
A. G. Munu, the genial editor of the Han Ja-
Cinio Register, was a city visitor yesterday
Tho wind of Sunday blew off a large quantity
•f the walnut crop.
1 ho Y.M.O.A. wili bold their annual business
meeting tonight.
A gentleman driving a four-horse team came
near having an accident today while attempt
ing to cross ihe track in front of the 11:59 San
ta le train. Just after croselng thetrack one of
the horses was thtown aud dragged several
yards,
Louis Fo» will return from Lo? Angeles with
a piano, bicycle and a m/dal or two
Victor Noble left for tbe Augel City last even
ing lo tako C. M. Smith's place In the 25-mile
race this afternoon, that gentleman being too
sick to enter.
l a Grippe.
During the prevalence of the grippe ihe past
seasons it was a noticeable fact that those who
tepended upon Dr. King's New Discovery not
only had a speedy recovery, but esc-ped all tho
troublesome after effects of tho malady This
remedy seems to have a peculiar power in
i fleeting rapid cures, not only in cases of La
Grippe, bat iii all diseases of Throat, Chest and
Lumia and has cured nane. of a.......... —. nay
i .iver of long standing. Try Tt "anJT 'tie' con-
Ie won t disappoint., r.ee trial bot
tles ->t c. F, Uetnzemxna urug store, 222 North
Main street. ' w
SAN BERNARDINO.
J. K. Muck's Residence Bnrnad—Dr. J.
M. Hnrloy Appointed a Receiver.
San Bernardino, Oct. 3.-J. E. Mack of this
city, though a resident of Bloomlngton, on the
Simla Ye road, stift'ared the loss of a residence
this morning. About 6.30 his house caught
II ro from a flue and burned to the gronnd. His
neighbors turned out and did everything possi
ble to save the building, but to no avail. A
freight tiain waa pissing at tbe time and the
crew stopped the train and rendered mucn as
sistance in carrying out household goods. The
loss will amount lo about $2800, and the In
surance on the same Is placed at 1)11750. The
family Is stopping with neighbors at present.
A T POINTED aSCaiVBB.
Dr. J. M. Hurley of thts city has been ap
pointed by the United States court for the Sec
ond Judicial district of Arizona receiver of the
Florence Canal oompany, whoso headquarters
are at Florence, Ariz. Ihe company was organ
ized by Dr. ilurley in 1880. 17 miles of ditch
being constructed under hi< supervision. He
shortly afterwards disposed of a controlling In
terest In the same to eastern capitalists, who
completed the canal. The length, of the main
stemiss4ml.es, wnioh also Inclndes a reser
voir covering lour sections of land 24 feet deep.
Over 150 miles of lateral canals have also been
excavated and banked, and would have proved
a cer'aln source of profit lo the Investors 11 the
agents aud superintendents sent out from the
east bad taken pains to do something mote
tban simply draw their salaries. The doctor
will leave in a couple of days for his new post.
While most of his time will be spent at Flor
ence, he will pay bis home In this city frequent
visits.
BREVITIES.
Miss Annie Bentlnger left last evening for
tbe east.
A large delegation of San Bernardino people
left last evening on the overland lor eastern
P °Frank Sstello will be tried tomorrow for sell
lug liquor to Indians. .
The court house force of deputies observed
1 Lawson, the newly appointed librarian,
bad quite a fall from a horse last evening.
Will A. Nash has resigned the position ol
justice of tho peace at Vanderbllt.aud Or. *. A.
Ttittle has been aDpointed to fill the vacancy.
Marshal Ralphs' locked up a man today who
has been making trouble for H. L. Peck, be
cause that gentleman would not furnish a dlßh
of ice cream to the lntrnder.
0. 8. Deputy Marshal J. D. Paris went to
Rlverßlde today to serve warrants on several
Chinamen. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Marshall went to Los An
geles for a few days' visit today.
The cash In the county treasury was found,
on being counted today, to be $82,725 13.
George Lewis of Redlands was given five
years in state's prison today by Judge Otis lor a
crime sgainst nature. , ... „ . .
Mrs R. C. Hudson, who has been visiting her
father, Judge 11. M Willis, and family for some
time, has returned to her home at Kansas City.
EdwatrJ M. Boggs, an engineer connected
wish irrigation engineering in the University
of Arizona, U tbe guest sf his brother, W. 8.
Boggs of this city.
POMONA.
m «
News Notes and Personal Polnta—A Big
Deal on tha Tapis.
Pomona, Oct. 3.—The Pomona Fruit ex
change did not elect directors at Us meeting
yesterday afternoon, after all, for It was
brought ont that It could not legally be done,
as the necersary 10 dayi' notice had not been
given.
Mr. B. E. Streat and Miss Jessie Johnson left
this morning for Moorovls, as representatives
from the First Baptist churoh of Pomona in
the Baptist convention of Southern California,
which meets there today.
Morris Keller brought in a sweet potato to
day, grown by Fraukiiu QogsweL, weighing 13
pounds. ■It looks like what Is termed the or
ange yam. „
Mr. C. 8. Sumner went to Los Angeles this
mo. ning.
Mrs. J. E. Patterson and Mr*. Bement leave
tomorrow via tho oaota Fe route, the formtr
for Chicago and the latter for Belvldere, 111.
Judge f. C. Tonner is in Los Angeles today.
At tbe grand opening at King <fc Daniels
yesterday they did the nice thing to their cus
tomers in the way of dainty ro.rashmcnts
served by fair hands.
Capi. Gregg, wife and two daoehters, from
l'uget sound, arrived in our city yesterday af
ternoon and are toe guests of Capt. J. T. Brady
of tbe Pomona National bank. They intend
spending the winttr in Pomona.
The directors of the Pomona valley orange
belt irrigation district met at 2 o'clock in town
this alternoon, to attend to some matters of In
terest to the organliatlon.
Mr. George Parker of the firm of Rash &
Parker has purchased the interest of the latter,
who, however, will still remain for the present
as an assistant. ...
It la rumored tbat an important deal, in
which a well-known land and water develop
ment company will figure and something like
$100,000 cbange hands, will soou be one of
the things that really take place.
Col. Feutou M. Laughlin of Hi neon la in town
today.
Her many friends regret that Miss Martha
Mulally, who has been in Pomona for some
weeks, has returned home to Los Angelds.
Our Iruit dryers say that the electric weather
of tbe past three or lour days has been the very
thing for prunes, or other fruits now being
dried.
Tho city trustees will met tonight at 7:30 In
tbeir hall.
The Misses Sorby will leave tomorrow to join
their father in Arizona.
It is now said that there will be an Informal
hop at the Hotel Palomares on Friday evening,
13th lust., under the auspices of the Social
Hour Dance club. It will be the first of the
season and, of course, will be followed by sev
eral more.
SANTA MONICA.
The Weather Attracts Many Visitors.
Court Cases.
Santa Monica, Oct. 2.—Yesterday was a
(juietday for the lively little burg and although
a lair number of visitors came down they all
seemed to be determined to limply loaf away
Ihe time in a dolce iur niuute manner.
The weather still remains ».ood and the bath
ing unexcelled, while fishing and hunting are
at the acme of perfection.
Geu. Beujamlu Konkle, who Is on the retired
list of the United States' army, enjoyed the day
at tho beach.
Senator B. B. Carpenter and daughter en
joyed Aicadlan luxuries at tbe beach yester
day, accompanied by a fair Sau Francisco lady
friend.
Seaside Lodge No. 369 I. O. O. F. conferred
the second degree last night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Grassett aud family have
gone to Los Angeles for the winter months.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenyou Cox of Philadelphia
were among the early tourists at the beach yes
terday.
Mr. 8. Jackson of the Jackson House has left
on a business trip through Arizona
A bail will bo glveu by tbe local tent of the
K. 0. T. M. at tbe opera bouse Friday.
AMONi; THE COURTS.
In Justice Twlcbell's court, Paul Schmidt was
arraigned for having defrauded his landlord in
tbe cafion of a board bill, Constable Dexter hav
ing arrested him lv San Pedro, He was re
manded until Friday, when his case will be
tried.
T ie case of Juan E-'algado for disturbing the
peace of a former wile will be tried today in
this court, as will be tho oase of Frank Hughe,
who ■• s accused by ■ eorge Miles of having sto
len $ia worth of whisky from him.
'ihe only trains th.it co bj> the way of the sol
diers'home are the 1:10 and 0:25 p. m. from
Los Angeles and the 7.25 and 11:35 a. m. from
Sauta Monica
George H. Rogers, Mrs. O. Youngston, J. G
Goldman, Los Angeles, and G, H. Otaey, Bos
ton, registered at the Jackson yesterday.
Items of Interest.
SCHADER & CO., beers, wines, liquors, mln
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite poatoifice.
Wall Paper at Cost.
White back 5 cents a roll, gold paper 10 cents
a roll. Labor below cost—ws charge 10 cenrs a
rod and employ union workmen at 15 cents a
roll. Thfa is your chance to save money. F.J
Bauer, 237 South Spring street,
Our Home Brew.
"aier i Zu'oeiein ; s iager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught in all the principal sa
loons, delivered promptly in bottles oc k gs.
Ofllce and brewery. 4U Aliio strjei. Tele
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LOS ANGEI.ES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 4. 1893.
SANTA ANA.
rbo Postmaaterahlp-Bad Roada-Whlp
ped and Fined.
Santa ANA, Oct. 3.-W. B. Tedlord Bays he Is
■till in the fight for the postmastorshlpof Santa
Ana, and intends to stay to the end. If Mr-
Tedford does not get the offlce, It will not be for
lack of ability or friends here, for-he is very
popular. To say the least, the affair is becom
ing Interesting, arid many are figuring who the
fortunate man will be.
BAD BOADS.
Business men of this city and those who are
compelled to travel over the roads of this
county have just reason for complaint. The
tborougbfarea are in a disgraceiul condition,
and it is a source of annoyance, and in some
cases dangerous to do »o. .
Especially Is this true of the Anaheim road.
This is one of tbe most traveled roads in the
county, and many dollara' worth of trade is
turned away daily from this city for its neg^eot.
If the supervisors conld put a little more
money Into caring for the thoroughfares of
thts county it would be better for all concerned.
THE WEATHER ANO CROPS.
The desert wind which blew Bunday knocked
many of the walnuta down, and its effects are
still felt in the heated atmosphere. The weath
er has been very warm for the past lew days,
but is moderating some now.
The gathering of the prune crop Is near v
completed, and the returns to tho producer will
be highly satisfactory. Many of the orchard
lsts took care of their own prunes this year, do
ing the drying. . ,
Many walnut growers Are already gathering
this year's crop, and all Seem to be well satis
fied. The crop is an average one, and the qual
ity and »lie of the nuts excellent
The grape crop is nearly harvested. About
100,000 gallons of wine will be made in Or -
ange county this year, and a tew tons of dried
grapei will be shipped out.
The bset ciop Is abo<it all shipped. There
turns from this crop are not yet a 1 in, but at
this time it Is quite safe to say tnat the beet
growers will receive upwards of $45,000 lor
this Reason's crop. Thoy are all encouraged,
and next year will see a much larger area
planted to sugar beets.
The corn fields are busy places these days, as
all hands are hard at work taking care of the
large crop. The yield of corn tbls year will be
abovo the average, although the acreage pi anted
1b not as extensive as in former years.
Harvesting of grain is about finished. The
yield for the county for the year '93 is a trille
less than I,ooo,ooosacks, 400,000 of which is
suitable foe brewing purposes, and which found
a market in Germany. There are yet four
threshing crews at work on the San Joaqulu
ranch, buttbese will finish uarly next week.
Orange county has had a very prospeious
year as to crops and prices, and if tbe wool
grower could receive better prices, orseU, every
thing would be serene.
WHIPPED AND FINED.
Davis Spellbnrg and J. P. Ford got into a row
today and Spellburg hit Ford, who promptly
knocked the lighting tailor down. Mrs. Spell
burg, her two boys and the dog then went after
>ord, and in a abort time he got all he wanted.
Ford had Spellburg arrested, and before Judge
Humphreys and a jury the defendant was found
guilty and lined rjilp or seven days iv jail. As
he tboughts2 a day good pay with boaid, be
went to jail.
PLEVASANT AFFAIR.
TUB social given by Company F in Armory
hall last night was a very pleasant affair,
largely attended. About 100 invited guests
were present, and all had a sood time—some
dancing, others playlna cards or in converKa
rion. the socials given by Company F are
growing in popularity,
TUB BUPF.ItVISORS.
The board of supervisors met today, all the
members being present save Yocb. who is tak
ing in tbe sights at the world's fair.
Mr. Wright of Tuslin appeared before the
board and asked that tbe streets be.tween Santa
Ana and Tustlu be apriukled. The matter waa
referred to Mr. Tedford.
Sanford Johnson waa granted a license for
the Tustin hotel.
The matter of securing a suitable room for
the law library was referred to Messrs. Armour,
Tedford ond Hawkins.
The remainaer of the day was devoted to ex
amtng claims against tho county.
NOTES.
Rev. D. F. Fuller has been appointed pastor
of the M. E. Church Bouth in this city.
It Is reported that Charles Clapp was robbed
of $3.-10 near Ban Diego the other night.
P. B- Jackson has put chased a half-interest in
George Williams Ice and commission business.
No meeting of tbe chamber of commerce was
held last night, as but few attended. A meet
ing will be held at the same place Friday night,
and every one who desires to see Santa Ana
progress should attend.
Mi -s Bnrton is visiting friends in San Fran
cisco.
James McFaddcn has gone to Arizona on a
business trip,
B. G. Balcom has returned from Chicago,
L. W. Lummis of Chicago is in town.
C. F. Wright of San Francisco spent a few
days In this city this week,
W. Koeing has brought suit to recover $2000
due on a note, held against Charles Bcblndler
and Henry Keocgar.
The superior court has been in session today,
looking after civil a d probate manors.
Henry Delaney, a well-known Ventura horse
man Is In town and has several horses at the
track, among them being his fast horse, Jack,
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erty aecured by real property aud one-half of
tho taxes on all real properly will be duo and
payable on the first Monday (2d day) in Octo
ber, 1893, and will bi delinquent on tho last
Monday (27th day) in November next th3re
aiicr, at 0 o'clock p.m., and unless paid prior
thereto 15 pjr cjnt will be addel to tha
amount thereof; and if said one-half ts not
paid beforo tbe last Monday (30th day) in
Aptil, 1894, at (> o'clock p.m., an additional 5
per cent will be added thereto.
Tbe remaining one-half of the taxes on all
real property will be payable on and after the
first Monday (Ist day) In January, 1894, and
will be delinquent on the last Monday (30th
day) in April next thereafter, at 0 o'clock p.m ,
and unless paid prior thereto 5 per cant will be
add dfo he amount thereof.
All taxes may be paid at tbe time the first
installment, as herein provided, is due and
payable.
Said taxes will be collected at the office of
the Tax Collector in the Oouu'y Court House,
in the city of Los Angoles, county of Los Ange
les, State of California.
E. E. HEWITT,
Tax Collector of Los Angeies County, Cal,
9-27 14t
Special Administrator's Sale
AX AUCTION, ON
Saturday, Oct, 7, 10 A.M.,
At the corral of Oh as. Mlnehardt, Los
Angeles St., near cor. of First St., by
c. d r of James Castruclo, admintstra-.
tor of the estate of A. Ulnocchlo, de
ceased :
4 Head well-brokeu Work and Road
Horses.
1 Bay Mare, 5 Years old.
Sorrel Mare, 4 Years old.
Gray Horse, 6 Years, weighs 1400.
Gray Mare, weighs 1250 pound.
The abovn are first-class animals. Bound and
in line couditlon. K. W. NOYKH,
loi!'. Auctioneer.
15 FOLDING" BEDS 1"5
WE HAVE CONSIGNED TO US
15 Oak Folding Beds
WITH MIRROR FRONTS,
TO BE DISPOSED OF
REGARDLESS OF COST.
MATLOCK & REED,
486 and 428 S. Spring St.
CL
Incubators, Bone Mills, Alfalfa Cv tera
Everything 'or poultry keepors.
EDWlia CAWSTON, 121 8. Broadway.
0 1 6m
KINGSLEY~& BARNES,
ART PRINTERS
COPPER PLATE PRINTING,
WUDDING INVITATIONS, ETC.
VIBIHNG CARDS, ETC.
211 New High Street, Fulton Block,
Near Franklin St., ground floor. Tel. 117.
Colunibiaa University School
KANSAS C.TXi MO.
A select private school tor yconr people.
High grade, priie to- c, individual luatruotloo.
i'repate f..r UnlVer-kv Coi.ege and . usiness.
Studio viuetive. « pen* Oct. 2d Uyinuakium,
Matitoriitui, lib. at/, ito. Adurera
0 21 lit IiaNKV COON, Prin,
DR. WONG HIM, who has practicd modi
clne in Los Angeles tor 18 years, and
whose office Is at 03!) Upper Main st eet, will
treat by m> diclnes all diseases of women, men
and cbtldren. The doctor clalmß that he has
remedies which are superior to all others as a
specific for troubles oi women and men A
trial aloue will convince tbe sick that Dr.
Wong Him's remedies are more efficacious than
can be prescribed. Dr. Wong Him is a Calnese
pbvslcian of prominence and a gentlemen of
responsibility. His reputation is more tban
well established, and ail ipersons needing his
services can rely upon his skill and ability. A
cure is guaranteed in every case in which a re
covery is possible. Herb medicines for sale.
DR. WONG HIM
HERB DOCTOR
639 Upper Main Street, Lob Angeles.
Los Anqelks, Cal., June 17,1893.
To trk Public; 1 have 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 Dr.
Wong Him, 039 Upper Main street, and I am
now well and strong, and consider him a first
class doctor. Yours truly,
W. H. HILLYER,
235 3. Hill St., Los Angeles, Cal.
Los Angeles, June 9, 1893.
To the Public : For over five years I have
been troubled with nervous sick-headache and
liver complaint. 1 didn't seem to find any belp
from the many doctors and medicines that I
tried until I tried Dr. Wong Him, 639 Upper
Main etreet. lam now well. Yours truly,
MIS 3 M G. BROCK,
48 Hinton aye.. Los Angeles, Cal.
r « / y N I W, c L , L vEssoo
J CANCe!? 1 *' 61 ' 1 '' 1 *
V V I,ot cure " ith my
\ \ Painless Plaster.
J Best remedy on
earth; no pay until
ST well. Book
% With
cured in Southern
California — most
■'' I ,: A 1
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Uf,,/' * < MUM 211 W, Kirsi
— — ' LOSANGELES.CAt,
Please send thl* to some one with cancel*
, 0-24-d<*w-Om
Duel Shooting
BEAimLLEY
The finest duck and deer shooting in South
ern Caiiiornia. Boats, blinds aud sink boxes
free lor guests of tha hotel. Hotel open until
December Ist. Deer in abundance within one
mile oi hotel. Last Beasou 5800 ducks were
killed by guests of the hotel iv the months of
octobe.- and November.
Carriage leaves New St. Charles Hotel every
Tuesday at 5 a.m
Tbe finest trout fishing in the state.
Board and lodging $10 per week. Round
trip tlcset $7.
For full particulars inquire at 207 South
Broadway, Los Angeles, and New St. Charles
Hotel, Ban Bernardino.
Ammunition of all kinds for sale at hotel.
Conveyance free to guests to and from Hunt
ing grounds. GUB KNIGHT,
6-7 4m Proprietor.
TO THE UNFORTUNATE.
Loßt Manbood per.
manently cured. The sick and afflicted she uH
not fait to call upon him. The Dorttor haa trav
eled extensively in Europe and fnspeoted thor
oughly the various hospitals there, obtaining
a greatdeal of valuable information, which ho UJ
competent to impart to those In need of his ser
vices. The Doctor cores where others fail.
'I iv him. DHL GIBBON will make uo charge
unless he effects a care. Persons at a distance
CURED AT HOME. All communications
strictly confidential. All letters answered la
Slain envelopes. Call or write. Address
* DR. J. F. GIBBON,
Box 1957, Ban Francisco, CaL
vatiea Loa Aaaelea HaaaLD la-igtv
LOST
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
Celebrated English Kemeot
INERTIA. jf^\
H It is aold on a positive B J
wr 'S W Riinrantee to cure any fc» 7*l
V< * urru °' nervous pros- \*
tnitioiior any disorder "j
Before- by excessive use of After*
Tobncco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account
of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc..
Dizziness. Convulsions. W'ntcluinebH. iiftuluclio,
Meutal Depression. Softening of the Brain. Weak
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. Price. $1.00 a box; G boxes
forS.YOO. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A written
guarantee furnished with every $ 5.00 order received,
to refund the money if a permanent cure ia not
effected. ,
NERVIA MEDICAL CO., Detroit, Mich.
FRSSEMAN A CARPER, 102 N. Bpring St.
I. X. MARTI N
iTfIBJBBSfIBH ew au '' Bsoßßd-hsiiJ
?URNITURE,
Carpets, Matting and
fjs> Prices low for cash, or will sell on In
stallments. Tel. 084. P. O. box 921.
451 SOUTH SPRING BT.
R. W. PRIDHAM,
BLANK BOOKS AND PAPER BOXES.
REMOVED TO
HO AND H2 N. LOS ANGELES STREET
NEAR FIRBT. TEL. 643. 7-15 ly
Kerekhoff-Cuzner
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
tin Office: LOB ANQELKS,
Wholesale Yard at SAN FUDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, par,adena, Lamanda,
Azusa, BurbaaU. I'laniug Mills—Loi, AUgale,
-. -- I Pomona, Cargoes lurniahcu to order.
PERRVj MOTT & GO'S
LUMBER YARDS
AND FIiANINa MILLS.
816 Commerolal street Los Ameles, CaL
BANKINO HOUBKH. .
THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
1 Beport to Comptroller of Currency, Jnly 12, 1893.
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.
Cash on band and in banks $102,584 15 Cipltal stock, paid in coin- 9250.000 00
United States bonds 100 00 •00 Surplus 5,000 00
Demand loans 92 305 03 Undivided profits 10,040 38
Regular loans 218,050 51 circulation 135.000 00
School bonda and stocks 19,723 55 Deposits 199,038 30
Furniture and fixtures 0,000 00
Expenses 315 45
$599,678 74 $599,678 74
The National Bank of California is one of the few banks that successfully stood tha shock of
the late panic and maintained full coin payments right through.
Tbe 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 tbe matter of loans it looks more to reliability than high rates of interest, and desires ao
loans except from good and reliable parties, and tben exacts good security, believing thai no
bank 1b better or more reliable than its loans.
DIRECTORS
O.H.CHURCHILL, O.T.JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFS KILL, M. H SHERMAN,
W. L. GRAVES, E. F. C. KLOKKE, GEORGE IRVINE, E. N. MCDONALD.
W. 8. DbVAN, T. E. NEW LIN, A. HADHY. JOHN M. C. MARBLE
Security Savings Bank & Trust Company
NO. 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET, 1.(18 ANQELIB, CAL.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
SURPLUS ANL) UNDIVIDED PROFITS 16,000
OFFICERS:
T. L. DUQUE, President. J. F. SARTORI, Cashier.
WM. McDERMOTT, Vice-President. W. 1). LONGYKAR, Assistant Caihiet,
DIRECTORS:
ißalas W. Hellman, Herman W. Hellmau, Maurice 8. Hellmau, A. C. Sogers,
T. L. Duque, Mm. McDermott, M L. Fleming, J, A (iraves.
F.N.Myers, J. H. Shankland, J.F.Sartori!
Five Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposit*. Money Loaned on Baal Batata.
Our Loan Committee of Five Directors exercise great care in making loans.
Especial alien t ion given to depositors of small sums: also io children's savings deposits.
Bentittanea may he sent by draft, postal or.rer or Wei's. Fargo & Co.'s kxpreas. 4-1 ly
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS
Main Street Savings Bank and Trust Company
CAPITAL. - - 83200,000
426 SOUTH MAIN ST. - - LOS ANGELBS, CAL.
3. B. LANKERSHIM, Pres't, B. 0. HUBBELL. Vlee-Pres'L J. V. WACHT2L, Cashlar.
DIRE 1TOR8:
H. W Hellman, 8. 0. ilutbell, I.N. VanNuys,
Kaspare c lm. John H. Jones, O. T. Johnson,
W. O. KerckholT, H. W O'Melvenv. J. B. Lankershim.
Deposits will be received in sums of from $1 to $5000. Workingmen and women should de
posit at least $1 per week from their wages. Children can purchase 5-cent stamps in ail parts
of tbe city and county, it Is tbe best education you can have in saving and caring for money.
_ MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTQAQEB
SAYINGSIANrOF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Southeast Corner Spring and Conrt Sts., LO9 Angeles, Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, SlOO.OOO. BDBFLtS, ttIO.OOO.
OFFICERS'
J. H. BRALY President | JOHN W. HUNT Oaahter
FRANK A GIBSON Vice-President I ARTHUR H. BRALY ....Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS:
J. D. Blcknell, Hiram Mabury, W.G.Patterson,
J. M. Elliott, Frank A. Gibson, H. L. Drew
C. W. Hasson, J. H. Braly, A H. Braly.
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSITS 7- t«
'■ aaasa i =»*s
gTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
N.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 Deposits.
• OFFICERS:
W. O. COCHRAN, Pres't, H. J. WOOLLACOTT, V. Pres't. JAMES F. TO WILL, Setfy.
DIRECTORS:
Geo. H. Bonebrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A. Hubbard, O. T. Johnson,
P. M. Green, Telfair Crelghton, W. G. Coohran, U. F. Ball,
H. J. Woollacott, W. P. Gardiner, James F. Towel!. 819 tf
' Los Angeles Savings Bank,
NO 338 North Alain Street.
CAPITAL STOCK. , SIOO.OOO
6UKPI-U8 \ as, 15 O
H. W, HELLMAN, President. J. R. PLATER, Vice-President,
W. M. CASWELL,, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
I. W. HELLMAN, R. 8. BAKER. H. W. HELLMAN.
J. X. PLATER, I. W. HELLMAN, Ja„
OS U gsyinterest paid on deposits Money to loan on first class real estate.
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
Los Angeles, Cal,
Capital (paid up) 9 600 <")0
SurDlna and profits 750.G00
Total 81,280,000
OFFICII RS.
fSAIAS W. HELLMAN President
HERMAN W. HELLMAft Vice-President
JOHN MILNER Cashier
U. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
DIRF.CTORB.
W. H Perry, Ozro W. Chiids, J. B. Lanker
«»vim, 0, K. Thorn, C. Ducommun, H. W. Hell
««n, T. L. Duque. A. Glassell. t. W. Hellman.
Exchange lor aalo on all tbe principal cities
of tho United States, Europe, china and Japan.
QOUTHERN CALIFOF.NZA NATIONAL3AKK
O li'L s. Spring street, Nadeau blouk.
L. N. Breed President
Wm F. Bosbyshell Vice-President
0. N. Fiiut Cashier
W. H. HolUday Assistant Cashier
Capital paid in gold coin 9200,000
3urplu« and undivided profits. 25,000
Authorized capital 500,000
DIRECTORS.
L. N. Breed, H. TV Newell, Wm H. Avessv
Silas Holmm. W. H. HolUday, I£. C. Bosbyc
shell, M Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Jteooiok,
Thos. Goes, William Tt. Bosbysheli. 7-1 tt
BANK OF AMERICA,
FORH KRI.Y
LO3 ANGELEH COUNTY BANK.
Temple Block.
Tapttal stock paid u» $ :00,000.
oyri Has.
JOHN E. PIATER President
BOBT, S. BAKER Vice-President
GEO. H. STEWART Cashief
oiaacToas.
Jotbam Bixby, C'.ias. Forman,
L. T. Oarnsey, Lewellru Bixby,
U. S. Baker, John £.. Plater,
Geo. H. Stewart.
JpIRSr NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELKS
CAPITAL STOCK IfiOO.OOO
SURPLUS • 200,000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
J. D. BICKNELL, Vice Pres't.
G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bioknell,
S. H. Mott, H. Mabury,
J. D. Hooker, D. McGsrry,
Wm. G. Ki-rckhoff.
UNION BANKOFSAVINGSI
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.!?
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: \
M.W. Stlrason Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay -i
rro«t. Vico-Prat. pssuist J
C. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R- M. Baker \
A. E. Poraeroy |
THE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES
Southeast coruer ol First and Broadway.
Capital stock, fully paid $100,000
Surplus 75,000
R. M. WIDN'EY. President,
D. O. MILTIMORE, Vlce-Pres't.
'-lEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
R. M. Wld'.iey, D. O. Miltimore,
S. W Little, S. McKinlay,
John McAithur, C. A. Warner,
L. J. P. Morrill.
General banking business nnd loans on first
class real estate solicited. Buy and sell first
class stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wish
ing to Inveßt iv first class securities, ou either
long or abort time, can bo accommodated.
T OS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK. ~
' , UNITED STATES PEroKITAIY.
Capital 1,500,000 00
surplqs 52,-0000
Toill 552.500 00
Geohue H. Bonbhbake, Preslden'.
F. C. Uowks, Cashier.
K. W. Cos, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTOBS:
Coi H. 11. Markham, Perry M. Green, War
run liillelen, L. P. Crawford, 0, a. Marrlner,
Geo. U. Boaebrake, F,C. Howts. 0-15U
J Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Pat- • [
f ent business conducted for Moderate Fees, i >
Jcur Office is Opposite U. 8. patentOrncr*!
J and we can secure patent in less time tban those \,
4 remote from Washington. \ <
g Send model, drawing or photo., with desctip* <*
Jtion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of %
«* charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. , >
J A Pamphlet, **How to Obtain Patents," with* [
Jcost of same in the U. and foreign countries;;
«* sent free. Address, . ►
?C.A.SNOW&CO.;
t Opp. Patent Office, Washington, D. C. IE
Dr. GARRISON
OUT IN^VHE A St
JULIUS WOLTER,
© MANCFAGTUUING JEWtLEH,
Jf\ WATCH REPAIRING & OPTICIAN
Dealer In DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
%Ui n -£W CLOCKS, JKWKLRY. HILVHR
PLaTE and OPTIC *L GOODS.
122 S. MAIN STREET.
Emblems, Pins and Badees Made to Order,
7-21 am
Painless Dentistry
Pine Gold Killing.
MpJJBt^ 1 N<a . C own and Bridge
All Operation!
Painless.
4 SONS;
\HIRv Rooms IH-19,
UUIWA L **• la >i IVu 107 N. SPRING ST.
Fashion Stables
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
LIVERY OUTFITS OF ALL DESCRIPTION!
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month at
Lowest Living Rates.
RIVERA & RIOS, Proprietors.
Tel. 1751. 18 21 2ml 217-219 E. First st :
WAGON MATERIAL,
HABO WOODS), P
IRON, STEE L-i,!
Horseshoes and Nails,
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Eta
JOHN WIGMOBJt,
117, 119 and 121 South Los Aaoalat Msstf).
CLARK & BRYSON,
ituctcssors to Clark tt Humphreys)
Wholesale aud Retail
LUMBER DEALERS;
i
Oft'ce, 123U West Second st, Burdlck MoeC i
Yards at Ssdoudo aad Los Angeles. 1-111|'
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