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speech, in which he declared tbe senate
•made itself a subject of contempt and
contumely. He denounced the action
of Dubois and even went so far as to de
mand that such action might'warrant
expulsion.
AN ADJOURNMENT TAKKN.
The debate continued in the same
manner as the other night session, with
frequent roll calls, until il :su, when an
adjournment was taken until tomorrow.
[•'The wires are still down to Wash
ington, and we are unable to get more
than thia brief bulletin on the senate at
the present hour, 2:15 a.m.," bo says
the manager at the Associated Press.
-Lo.] _
HOUSE PROCEEDINGS.
Debate on tho Chinese Bill—A Vote to
Bo Talceu Monday.
Washington, Oct. 13.—1n the house
today an agreement was reached to take
a vote on the Chinese bill at 3 o'clock
Monday. The banking bill will be called
up immediately after.
Discussion on the Chinese bill con
tinued today.
Willi To Know.
Will Bailey, of the Colton News,
bumped up ognlnjt a water hydrant at
Pomona, got hurt and now sues the city
•nr $5,000, Hope Will can get the boodle.
Cracky! what a print shop that much
coin would buy.—[Redlands Citrograpb.
We would like to know what Will
Bailey was doing around a water
hydrant, anyway.—[Needlea Eye,
UNDETERRED BY RAIN.
MINNESOTA AND TRAINMEN'S DAY
AT THE FAIR.
Over a Quarter of a Million Attendants
rVottrlthetandlng the Increment
Weather—The evangelical
Cuugresa.
Chicago, Oct. 13.—This waa Minnesota
and trainmen's day at the world's fair.
The Minnesota building was decorated
and appropriate exercises were held, at
which Governor Nelson and other prom
inent Minnesotans spoke. The third
regiment of the Minnesota national
guard gave a parade.
Though the weather was bad and
grew more miserable ao the day wore on,
people continued to pour into the
grounds, apparently undeterred by rain,
which fell heavily all the afternoon.
Large crowds of trainmen thronged
the transportation building and a num
ber of tbem were given a ride in the
afternoon on the old "John Bull" train.
The total attendance today was 268,«
638, of which 221,007 were paid.
Chairman Shaw of the general com
mittee of the celebration closing the
nineteenth century of the Christian era
at Jerusalem has arrived here to secure
the co-operation of the Columbian com
mission in making tbe celebration a
world-wide success.
"Christianity in its Relation to the
Social Problem" was discussed from va
rious points of view at today's session
of tbe Evangelical Alliance congress.
Rev. George Wenner of New York read
a paper on home missionary work in
Germany. A paper tbat aroused the
greatest enthusiasm was that of An
thony Comatock, in discussion of Foea
of Society, Church and State. Prof.
Commons of tbe Indiana university de
livered an interesting address on Polit
ical Reform. Several other- paperawere
read and tonight the speakers were Rev.
Graham Taylor of Chicago, Dr. 11. 1..
Wayland of Philadelphia and Prof.
Henry Drummond.
"Will's t.rave.
"That grave on the right hand of the
path as you go down to the porelt door;
that heap of airth with no growth, not
one blade of grass on it—that's Will
Poolev's grave that was hanged unjust
ly-"
"Indeed! But how came inch a shock
iug deed to bo done.-''
"Why, you see, sir, thov got poor
Will down to Bodmin, all among stran
gers, aud thero wero bribery and false
swearing, and au unjust judge came
down—and the jury all bad rascals, tin
aud copper men—and so they all agreed
together, and they hanged poor Will.
But his friends begged the body and
brought the corpse home here to his own
parish, and they turfed tho grave, and
they sowed t lie grass SO times over, but
'twas all uo use, nothing would ever
grow—he was nan god unjustly."
"Well, but, Tristain, yon have not
told ma all this while what this man
Pooley was accused of; what had he
done?"
"Done, sir! Done! Nothing what
ever but kill-.d the excise man!"— Rev.
It. S, Hawker.
In i. 1 ■ Alaska.
Juneau is the Liost northerly stopping
plueo on the regular Alaska excursion
route, aud while it is not sufficiently
near tho polo to meet the midnight sun
there is time during tbe summer season
of the year for a good deal of lijrht work.
What most troubles strangers is to
know when to go to bed. The sun is ap
parently unwilling to pais and leaves its
halo behind.
Twilight waits for dawn, or if there is
an interval between 1 have not discov
ered it. It is not difficult to read ordi
nary print at 11 o'clock, tadfitting 011
the deck at midnight (the ship keeps San
Francisco time) watching the shadows
cast upon tho smooth water aud the
snowcapped peaks at a few miles dis
tance ia not uncomfortable with an over
coat.-Cor. San Fraiiciseo Bulletin.
The Tapping OI " in** Deuthwatch.
The so t ailed deathwatch, dreaded by
the superstitious, is a small beetle which
has a. very powerful joint in its neck
aud calls us mal • by tapping with its
head on the wall or on any surface where
it may happen to be located. The noise
is similar to that which may be produced
by tapping with the finger nails on .1
table, and the insect cau frequently b.
made to answer such taps.—New York
Evening Sun.
Why They Would Not I. .-, the SI one.
A correspondent is guilty of being tho
originator of the following joke: "Many
people would not kiss the Blarney stone
at tiie World's fair if they knew it was
merely a sham-rock." — Philadelphia
Ledger.
Trota Poatpoueri.
Lexington-, Kv., Oct. 13.—The trota
were postponed on accouut of rain.
Kor nick, nervous and neuralgic headache use
Ihe auru curs—Uroino-Beitia.
FRANCE WELCOMES HER GUESTS.
Arrival ot the Russian Fleet
at Toulon.
£. Great Demonstration Made Over
the Event.
Tha Francli Show Etet— Courtesy to
the Representatives or Their
Fowerful Ally —A Toatt to
tho Cfgf'f Health.
By Iho Asfo a■ . Pram.
Toulon, Oct. 13.—The Rueeiau squad
ron arrived ia the outer roads this
morning, aud was received in magnifi
cent style. As Boon as the visitors
arrived in port the French • ihoiale aud
the Russian consul, with many distin
guished officers of the army and navy,
went on board tbe Russian flagship
Emperor Nicholas I, to welcome Admiral
Avellan in tbe name of the French gov
ernment. The usual salutes were ex
changed by tbe Russian ships and the
forts. Twenty-one guns were fired by
1 each ship of the French squadron, the
i latter having also hoisted the flag of the
j Russian navy. On landing the Russian
] officers were welcomed by tbe mayor of
j Toulon and tbe Toulon town council in
the name of tbe town.
Tbe whole-city is in gala attire. The
Russian colors are conspicuous every
where, on rosettes and other personal
decorations, as well as in the bunting.
The city is thronged with people bound
to see and take part in the demonstra
tion to the friends of France. Trains
lioni various quarters came in crowded
with sightseers. The gathered populace
greeted the visitors with enthusiustic
shouts of "Vive la Rusaie" coupled with
"Vive la France."
The Btay of the visitors will be one
continnal round of entertainments;
aud their capacity for absorbing wines
and liquors and smoking cigara and
cigarettes, not to mention the matter of
solid nourishment, will be taxed to the
utmost.
In the addresß of welcome, Mayor
Prosper Ftrrero eaid be represented all
the departments of France, in their de
sire to express the sympathy felt by
France toward Russia, and to show that
the hearts of all Frenchmen beat to
gether and are animated by one feeling.
Continuing, the mayor said: "Your
viait cements the friendship between
tbe two countries and proves the fidelity
c xising between them."
Later, tbe Russian officers, sur
rounded by the French otiicers, pro
ceeded to the maritime prefecture to
visit tbe minister of marine. The lat
ter, in a speech of welcome to tbe Rus
sian admiral, said he wae deeply
sensible of tbe honor of receiv
ing the distinguished visitors
in behalf of France. The admiral,
in reply, said he was unable to express
all he felt at tbe cordiality of hia recep
tion, but he knew the Russian people
were grateful for the welcome accorded
hie command.
At the mayoralty there were similar
scenes of welcome. Tbe crowd outside
wae wild witb enthusiasm, and shouts
of "Vive le Rusaie" and "Vive le Czar"
were constantly repeated. The presi
dent of the Paris municipal council
waited upon Admiral Avelan and pre
sented to him the invitation of tbe
council to him and his officers to visit
Paris. The admiral said he would have
great pleasure in accepting the invita
tion on behalf of himself and the officers
of his command.
Admiral , lan then proceeded to the
balcony oi tha bull and stood there be
tween the president of the Paris muni
cipality and the mayor of Toulon, and
acknowledged the plaudits of the crowd
below. Deputations presented ad
dresses of welcome to tbe admiral, and
Madame Adam, the well-known writer,
in behalf of the ladies of France, pre
sented to the admiral a diamond brooch
for his wife and various pieceeof jewelry
for the wives of the officers. Admiral
Avelan received tha ofl'flkings with a po
lite compliment to Madxnie Adam for
tbe French women generally, and after
renewed hand-shaking with the mayor
returned to his ship,
A banquet was given in honor of the
visitors at the maritime prefecture this
evening. When a toast to the c/ar was
was proposed every glass was raised in
honor of Alexander 111.
No noteworthy incidents occurred
during the day.
Court Itcma.
A complaint was filud yesterday in
Justice. Dartholomew's court against a
man nameh Smith who lives near Bur
bank, charging him with wife beating.
E. S. Belmont was tried tor stealing a
bicycle, and wae found guilty yeßterday
by a jury in Judge Shaw's court, and
will be sentenced Monday.
R. J. Gerber was granted a divorce
from bra wife Mrs. Gerber by Judge
Clark yesterday upon the ground of
adultery. It was a default case.
J. M. Flynn filed a petition in insol
vency yesterday. The liabilitiea are
about $500, and the asseste consider
bly less.
Joseph Moxfiold was given a prelim
inary hearing yeßterday before United
States Commissioner Van Dyke upon a
charge of mailing an obscene letter.
He was held upon bonds of $2,500,
Unlike tne Dutch Process
gl No Alkalies
Mi\ Other Chemicals
f, <!.'<■ Used Ui the
tt • \ preparation of
Baler k Gq.'s
Breakfast Cocoa,
which is absolutely pure,
and soluble.
It has more than three limes the strength
of Coco* mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Bugar, and is fur moro economical,
costing less than one cent a cup. It
is delicious, nourishing, und kabilT
digested.
Sold toy Crocers everywhere.
W. Baker & Co,, Dorchester, Mass.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 14. 1893.
THE UNION IGNORED.
Tha Paclßo Omit steamship Compan »
Employs Mix ad Orowa.
San Francisco, Oot. 13..-After re
peated conferences with tbe Sailors'
unioß, the Pacific Coast Steamship com
pany has decided to stand by its orig
inal intention of selecting men regard
less of tber identification witb tbe anion
or non-union factions.
"Our move in this direction tfas aot
instigated by the recent dynamite out
rage," said Captain Bennett, superin
tendent of docks. "Our great trouble
was in finding out who wae a union wan
and who was not. We were desirous of
giving our old employees preference, and
sometimes this would interfere witb tba
union tag system, which compelled
every sailor belonging to ths order to
secure employment in the order in
which he was numbered. When a union
man was given preXirence over another
man who, according to the association's
system, had a number entitling bim to
precedence, then there was trouble. The
lucky man wonld be expelled from the
union and consequently become a non
union seaman. Commencing from
today we will be guided in our selection
of employees by the following rules:
"Men "with families will be given
preference; old employees especially,
and no distinction ehall be made be
tween union and non-union men. Hon
esty, sobriety and industry will be the
essential qualifications to enable a man
to obtain employment on our wharves
or steamers."
AMERICA'S CUP SAFE.
DUNRAVEN'S YACHT BEATEN FOR
THS THIRD TIME.
Bnt for tha Tearing- or the Valkyrie's
Bilk Spinnaker She Might Hare
Won Tho Vigilant'!
Cloae Call.
New York, Oct. 13 —For the third
time the Vigilant passed the Valkyrie,
and tbe America's cup will stay here
awhile yet. Plenty of wind, a splendid
sea and the almost ideal day for yacht
ing satisfied everybody. At the start
the yachts made a short run on the
starboard tack, but changing soon took
a long run to port. The Valkyrie had
the lead from the start and kept it.
She turned tbe stake boat at 2:33.,,
and the Vigilant followed at 2:35.
Tbe Valkyrie at 2:30 set her silk spin
naker, which giiatened like a sheet of
eilver In the wind. Tbe effect was ap
parent immediately. Tho Valkyrie
began to draw further away from ber
rival, but the sheets of the Vigilant then
went home, and she too leaped forward.
Then the Valkyrie doused her jib and
forestay sail, and Bet the baiioon stay
sail in their place. The Vigilant hauled
her balloon jib slowly up and set it.
From tbat time it was a foregone conclu
sion that the Valkyrie would be beaten
again.
As the Vigilant drew up behind she
blanketed her rival and the silk spinnak
erjrufiled. It was not long, however, be
fore the Vigilant got out of ber wind
and the sails filled once more. The esti
mated three-quarters of a mile between
tbe two boats closed rapidly, and at 3:30
the Vigilante bowsprit was abreast of
tbe Valkyrie, and a few minutes later a
line of open water appeared between
tbe two vessels, this' time with the
Vigilant in the lead.
How tbe people screamed and the
whistles blew.' Suddenly, at 3:34, the
men on the Valkyrie were seen running
to and fro, and then a glance showed
that the silk spinnaker had split into
flapping ribboni. It was quickly
brougbt down and another hoisted with
marvelous rapidity. Short as tbe delay
was, it is feared it lost the Valkyrie the
race, for the boats were very close to
gether. Meanwhile the Vigilant was
driving along at a furious rate, and
crossed the finish line the winner, ac
cording to the corrected time, by 40
seconds.
It was one of the finest races eeen in
yeara. Forty seconds on a beat to wind
ward of 25 milea and return, is so close
that the splitting of tbe Valkyrie's
spinnaker might easily account for it.
The official record shows: Corrected
time, Valkyrie, 3:25:19; Vigilant, 3:24:
30. Elapsed time, Valkyrie, 3:53:52;
Vigilant, 3:24:39; time passed finish,
Valkyrie, 3:53:52; Vigilant, 3:51:39.
Valuable Bonk* free.
Subscribers to tbe Herald wbo Bend
a postal card aud mention tbia
paper are entitled to tbe following
free books: Table and Kitcben, an ex
cellent receipt book, address Dr. Price
Baking Powder company, Chicago, 111.;
Misa Parloa'B Cook Book, address
Dauchy & Co., 27 Park Place, New York,
A receipt book showing latest receipts
for making jams, jellies, preserves and
pickles, can be had by sending a two
cent Btamp to J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell,
Mass. A 2-cent stamp sent to Dr. Kendall
company, Enoaburg Fails, Vt., will
bring a work on the horse and his dis
eases, and 15 cents in stumps sent to
11. E. Bncklin & Co., Chicago, 111., will
bring a book worth $1, showing all the
buildings of tbe world's fair and many
of tbe exhibits. Ten cents (coin or pos
tal order) sent to tbe American Farmer
company, Springfield, 0., will bring for
a year the American Farmer, a 16-page
illustrated newspaper.
"Vuajsuo • ..ice I ('. "
Tho tuno ot "Yankee Doodle" has had
seven or eight treatises written upon il
in the last DO years, ascribing it to vari
ous dates and origins, oven back to The
Netherlands and the days of Cromwell
and the Charleses. Dr. George Grove of
London, author of the "Dictionary of
Music and Musicians," has investigated
thoroughly the various musical libraries
and the British museum in England,
finding no traces of it whatever, thus ex
ploding all the mystical, traditional and
upochryphal accounts thereof.
But -'Yankee Doodle" had an origin
and has a history. It was written by
Dr. Richard Schuobburg, whoao com
mission dates 1737, in tho French and
Indian war of 17ji under General Jef
frey Amherst and was intended as a
"take off" on the "rag, tag ard bobtail"
recruits of the colonies that came into
the army. It "took" so well, however,
that the Americans have ever adopted it
and would not part with it for anything.
The first words,
Father and I wect down to camp,
were iv tho Boston Journal in 1765, and
t!:e first record of the tuno ia in Arnold's
"Two to One." 1780, so tbat "Yankee
Doodle," although writ ten by a British
surgeon, is really American. Boutcu
Transcript,
Every traveler should carry a up* of TUTT'S
PILLS.
FOUND
— not. lately, but 25 years ago —
something that perfectly and perma
nently cures Catarrh in the Head.
It's Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy—
and where everything else fails, that
cures. The worst chronic cases yield
to its mild, soothing, cleansing and
healing properties. See if yours
won't. The makers of this Remedy
say it will. And they make you
this offer: if they can't oure your
Catarrh, no matter how bad your
case, they'll pay you $500 in cash —
and they mean it.
Here are some of the symptoms
of Catarrh: Headache; obstruction
of the nose; discharges falling into
throat, sometimes profuse, watery,
and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious,
mucous, bloody, putrid, and offen
sive; eyes weak, ringing in ears,
deafness; offensive breath; smell and
taste impaired, and general deVylity.
You won't have all at once; prob
ably only a few of them. But you
won't have any of them, if you'll
take Dr. Sage's Remedy.
FARWBRS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
Los Angelea, CaL
oldest and Largest Bsnk in Sou hern
California.
Capital (paid up) 9 500 "00
• art-UK aud nrollta 780,000
Total «T1,£80,0(10
orriCHBS.
(SAIAS W. HELLMAN President
HERMAN w. HELLMAN Vice-President
JOHN Mil. *k Cashier
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
ntmtcToßs.
W. H Perry, Osro W Chi Ids, J. B I anker
tivim, 0. X- Thorn, C. Ducommun. H. W. Hell
4ian, T. L. Duque, A. Glasaell. I. W. Hellman.
EzchanKfl for sal? on all tbe principal citiaa
of the United StaWs, Europe, china and Japan.
BANK OF AMERICA,
FORMSRLT '
LOS ANGKI.ISS COUNTY BANK,
Temple Block.
Capital stock paid up $300,000.
OVFI 988.
JOHN E. PL ITER President
ROB f. S. BAKER Vloe-Presidaal
WEO. H. STEWART— CaehU*
DIRECTORS.
Jotham Blibj, Chaa. Forman,
L.T. Garniey, Lowellyn Blxbj,
k. 8. Baker, John E. Plater,
Geo. H. Stewart.
COIiTHEBNCALIFORNIANATTONALIANK
O lvl 3. Spring atreet, Nadeau block.
U, N. Breed President
Am F. Uosbvthell Vice-President
•'. N KUnt i.Ca.hter
W. U. Holiiday AaalttantCaauler
Capital paid In gold coin 9?00.0iq
Hurplus and undivided profits ixk>
Authotlaed capital SOO.uo'J
DIRECTORS.
L N. Breed, H. T. Newsll, Wm H, Avery,
Hat Holman, W. H. Holiiday, X Q, Hosnr
sbell, M Hagan, Frank Rader, I). Remick,
Ihoa. Goes, William F. Boebysheli. 7-1 tf
rpilK UNIVERSITY HANKOFLO- INGti-KS
J. Southeast corner oi First and 8.-<»adiioiy.
Capital stock, fully raid $100,000
Snrn'ns 75 000
R. M. WIDN'tY. President,
1). O. MILTIMORE. Vioe l'res'L
GEO. L ARNOLD, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
R M. Wlduey, D. O. Millimore,
8. W Little, 8. MeKlnUy,
John Me.Arthur. C. A. Warner,
L. J. P. Morrill.
General btnking bu»iuess and loans on first
class real estate solicited. Bay aud sell U"*a
class stocks, bonds and warrants Partiea wl-ti
log to invest In first class swurltles, ou elthe.*
long or sbcrt time, can eetioinmodated.
J OS ANGELES NATION At BANK.
t'NITED BTAISS DEPt SI 1 ABV.
Capital 1500,000 00
Hurplus 511,100 00
Total 00
(IEORGI 11. BONIRB\KK, .
F. 0. Howes, Cashinr.
E. W. Cob, As'lttant Cashier.
maacToiis:
Col. H. H. Markham, Perry M. Green, War
ren Glllelen, L. P. Crawford, C. a. Manlner,
Geo. 11. Bonebrake, Ft:. Howes. i>-l»tl
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ART PRINTERS
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WEDDING INVITATIONS, KTC.
VISITING CARDS, KTC.
I'll New High Street, Fulton Block,
Near Franklin St., ground floor. Tel. 417.
Painless Dentistry
Flue Gold Filling.
C own and Bridge
work.
All Operations
Pamlesf.
X SET TEETH, $S.
mm k sons -
VHIuV Rooms 18-10,
WaWil *»• IUII v 107 N. HPBING ST.
CLARK"c4BRYSON,
(Successors to Clark 6l Humphreys)
Wholesale and Retail
LUMBER DEALERS
0!!"ri>. 123V< West eecond at., Bnrdlck block
Yards at Redoido and Los Angelea. lit ly
X .M. uri.ni,n Piea'i J. i. Grunt, t, V.-rres't
T. B. Nioho a, S-c'ytnd Treas.
E. L. Chandler, Superintendent.
J. M. Griffith Company,
LUMBER DEALERS
And Manufacturers of
HOOKS. WINDOWS, BLINDS &, STAIRS
Mill Work of Every Deacrlptlon.
934 N. Alameda St. Los Angelas. Kit!
Fashion Stables
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
LIVERY OUTFITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Mourn at
K.VERA & RIOS, Proprietors.
Tel. 1751. 18 212 m] 217-219 E. First it
I EVERY I
m One that has traded at our store knows that our M
p prices are as low as the lowest, quality consid- M
HI ered. Every poor man thinks he is the under H
DOG I
M In this life's struggle, but he 8
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Only to buy his Clothing of us to discover • 9
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1 DAY I
m And see the best values in town in Men's Suits B
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m Our Boys' All-Wool Double Seat and Knfte Suits H
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piRST NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000,
surplus • !*0O,Ofl»J
J, it. HLLIOTT, President,
i J, D. BICRNKLL, Vice Pres't.
■ l). B. SHAFFER, Ase't Cashier.
DIKBCTOBS:
J M. Elliott, J,D Bicknell,
s H. Mutt, H. Mabnry.
J. D. Hookor, 1). Mi-Garry,
Wm. Q. Ktrckhoff.
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Tel. 530 |!3 7ly] LOS ANGELES
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CHOICE DESIGNS. BEST GOODS.
112 pc, Scnii-i'omlain
Dinner Service. $10.50.
ALL GOODS EQUALLY LOW.
STAFFORDSHIRE CROCKERY CO.,
417 S. SPUING BT. 7-28 8m
BLANK BOOKS AA T D PAPER BOXES.
REMOVED TO
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NEAR FIRST. TEL 043. 7-15 ly
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refunded.
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223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
M. W. Slirason Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay
Pre.t. vWPrcat. C'lior
C. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Bakor
A. E. Pomeroy
CIITIZENS' BANK,
/ Stimsori Block, Third and Spring.
T. W. Brotberton, Pre,ident.
T. S. 0. Lowe, Vlch-Pres't.
F. D. Hall, Cashier.
DIKKCTORS:
T. D. Stimson, L. W. Bllnn,
Andrew Mul.cn, J. M. Hale,
R. J. Waters, J. Peroival,
Robert Hale. 10 7 11
Baker Iron Works
950 TO 968 BUEN.4 VISTA ST.,
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
Adjeli lag tho Boathern raclflc grounds, Tel
•BheaalltA. 7-31
AMI-SEPTIC TOOTH POWDER.
7-28 bixru AMU »IW.aA v.
BANKING HOIISKS).
THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA.
1 Beport to Comptroller of Currency, July 12, 1 Ut>3.
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.
Cash on hand and iv banks $102,084 15 Capital stock, paid in coin $250,000 00
ITulted Slates bonds ~ HiOoo «00 Surplus 5.00U Oil
I Demand loaua 02 305 03 Undivided profits 10 040 3a
Hegnlar loans 21*,ti50 51 Cliomauou 136,000 Oo
Sohooll Is and stocks. 19.723 55 Deposits ~.. 199,038 39
1 l- urnlture and fixture* B.ojo 00
Kxpiusus , ■ 315 45
ta»S,«7l 74 8*99,678 74
The National Hank of CalllsjMllll is on iof Hi ds hanks that successfully stood the shock ol
the late panic and iii>ilnlalu-tl (nil coin payments right tbr'agb.
Thu mttiohal 1! nk ol California pays no Interest on deposits in any form, offera noapaolal
inducements ior liusl nea« ether than reliability when the custom rs eternise their rights to da
iiiiind their money
In Hit matter ol loaus it looks more to reliability than high ratos ol interest, and de.lre* no
loans except from good end reliable pirtiei, and ibeu exacts good security, believing that no
1 bank is better or moro reliable tbau its loans.
DIRECTORS
!O. H. CHURCHILL, 0. T. JOHNBOK, J <il N tvoLF9KILU M. H SHERMAN,
I VV. 1., craves, *.!■•<:. kj.iKKf, UEOKt.E IRvINl?, E. N. McDONaLD.
W 8. DIVAN, T. E. SK-I.'N, A HaDLBV. JOHN M C MARBLI
! 3=5
Security Savings Bank and Trust Co.
I IS SOUTH MJJN STKSKr, I.OS ANOILEN, CAL.
CAPITAL STOCK $200,000
eCUI'LIU AND UND .VIDEO PROFITS , 19,000
qfjicb**: ■
T. I. DUQUE, Pre si lent. J. F. SABTO"!, C**hler.
WM. Mt:DEi\MO'i , Vice-President VV. D. UiN iVUiR, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
Isaias W. Hellman, Herman W. Hellman, Maurice 8, Hellman, A. C. Rogers,
T. L. Cuu.ii*, WW Mepe innn, M. L. Fl-mlng, J. A. Uravea,
F. N.Myeri, J. |i. stintikiaud, J. F. .ariurt.
ffivo for Cut Internal. I'ii.i mi Deposit', Money Loaned oa Real Estate.
Cur Ixun tlomiqittaeoi Five Director* ex iclie g aat ovre In making loans.
Especial a.' i'-n ion given to d< nodi"-- v.ma i - wins: tilso to chitdi,it's savings deposits.
R-mlttHiie-.-it uiay be sent by tn it n • ■>'' ord.o -.r Wqlib, Far.ro A Co.'a Express. 10-ri Qm
SA¥lis"¥NK OF SOOTHERN CALIFORNIA
Southeast Corner Spring; and Court Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
CAPITAL STOCK, 8100,000. BUKPLIIS, SIO.OOO.
OFFICER?:
J. H. BRAi.V President i JOHN W. HUNT Cashier
FRANE A Cl-SON Vica-Presldt-nt I ARTHUR H. URALV Asslstaut Oaahier
DIREOTO-lw:
J. D. Bir.kneil, Hiram Mab. ry, W. U. Patterson,
J. M. Elliott, Frauk A. Gibson, H. L. Drew,
C. W. Hasson, J. H. Braly, A. H. Brely.
INTEREST RAID ON ALL DE p OBITfl 7-11 ' i,
INTEREST PAID ON ALL DEPOSIT©
Main Street Sayings Bank and Trust Company
CAPITAL - . $200,000
426 SOUTH MAIN ST. -- - LOS ANGELBB. OAL.
J. B. LANKEHSIU.M, Pros., d. C. HUBBEI.L. Vioe-Pres't. J. V. WAOHTBL, Caahier.
DIRE JTuRS;
11. W. Hellmnn, S C. Huobell, I. N. VauNuys,
Kssonio C 'ha. John H. Junes, O. T. Jobnion,
W. tl. Keickhoir. H. W O'MHlvenv. J. B. l.austersblm.
Depo«lls will be received in sums of irom $1 lo $5000. Worklngmen and women should de
posit at laaat $1 per week from their wages. Children can purchase 5-cent stamps In all parts
ol thu city and county. It is the best education you can hava in saving and caring for money.
MONEY TO LOAN ON MORTQAQEB
QTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
N.W. C«r. Second and Spring Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
SUBSCRHiKD CAi'TAL, $1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000.
A Gent ral Banking Business Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Tim* Deposits.
OFFICERS:
W. G. COCHRAN, Prevt H. J. WOOLLACOTT, V.-Pres'L JAMBS F. TO WELL, aetfy.
DIRECTORS:
Geo. H. 3 nobrake, W. H. Crocker, A. A. Hubbard, 0. T. Johnson,
P.M. Ol en. Telfair Cr-lghton, W G. Cochran, D.F.Bali,
11. J. Wooilaco t, W. P. Gardiner, James F. Towell. 8 10«
i-os Angeies Savings Bank,
NO i!3a North Matin Street
CAPITAL STOCK. »l*>o.oo<->
BuitPi.ua afs,s o |
H. W. HELLMAN, President. J X. PLATER, Vloa-Preaiaent.
W. M. CASWELL, Cashier.
DIRECTORS: V
I. W. HELLMAN, R. S. BAKER. H W. HELLMAN,
J. E. TLATER, I. W. HELLMA". Jm„ /
6-8 U Of Intereßt paid on deposits Honey to loan on llrsl. plans real eatate I
COMINGSif- f
THE ONLY ARTIST IN THE CITY USING THAT MAGIC TOOL, I
THE AIR BRUSHES™SEPIA PORTRAITS,/
COPIED FROM PHOTO OR ORIGINAL BIT"TING,
STUDIO, NO. 221 SOUTH SPRING STREET, UPSTAIRS
Ctr~Baetoh.ee Made far Any Kind of liluitraUon, Kug ayi»g, Bt, B-H tl 1

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