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NEWS FROM NEARBY TOWNS.
Results of the Republican Pri
maries at Pasadena.
Enjoyable School Entertainment at
Santa Ana. *
Pomona Furnishes a Bridegroom or 7 8
and a Bride of 67—The Colton
Water Dlcker-Klver
(ld* Items.
Pasadbna, Feb. 28.—Meetings were hold In
the four wards this evening, la pursuance of a
call from the Republican party, for the pur
pose of electing 25 delegates to represent their
districts at the general convention'to be held
In Williams hall on Friday evening next, when
candidates for the coming municipal election
will be nominated.
Ihe election was extremely lively. The Pro
hibitionists came In at the last moment and
made things warm for the established parties.
In the First ward the following were electedi
Bufklns, Allln, Abbot, Bundy, Boynton, Craw
ford, Doollttle, Km!,. Goodwin, Grlnncll,
Jones, Legge, I acey, Meharry, Nlnde, Peasiey,
Kendall, Townsend, Springer, Peuneii, fciroug,
btewett, Wood, Hart, Kelley.
Second ward—H. J. Vail, John McDonald, E
Lockett, Henry Eda, Charlea Glbba, J. R. •
Slater, W. B. Wright, O. F. Wood, J. O. Rosslter,
W. a Gllmore, Lionel A. Sheldon, Fred Swift,
Oi D. Patton, J. 8. Cox, F. O. Prince, P. Mo-
Gowan, George Johnson, A. ('. Ilelsa, A. S. Tur
bctt, J. H. Qreer, Jr., W. 8. Holland, T. A. Beed,
M. & Hester. W. Aldridge.
Third ward—T. F. Croft, Pat Brown, W. H.
Conrad, J. A. Buchanan, G. R. Thomas, A. F.
Hamilton, B. W. Hahn, K. Orlffitli, A. K. Nash,
Ed Dearth, J. Allen, George Downing, W. H.
Wiley, M. E. Wood, A. K. Mciiuilllng, Delos
Arnold, J. D. Nash, C. W. Bunnell, J. 6. Mills,
R. Jarvls, 11. I. Stewart, C. D. Sargent, H. J.
Hardwick.
In the Fourth ward the straight Republican
ticket was eleoted, 17 out of 2& delegates.
The election this evening practically decides
that the party now In ofilce will continue in
power during the next term, as there is but
one ticket in the field.
Interest continues to Increase In the coming
municipal election aa the time before the con
vention on Friday evening next grows shorter.
New candidates are coming up, and some
names proposed have dropped out. J. 8.
Slater, wbo was annoucced as a candidate for
the position of city marshal, has withdrawn
hit name, declining to run against Mr.
Buchanan, the present Incumbent.
For city clerk there has been but ene name
mentioned, Mr, Herman Dyes, who has held
this ofilce during the past term. He has given
perfect satisfaction, Is a conscientious hart
working official and deserves re-election.
For the treaaurysblpthings are different. Mr.
Masters, the present official, declines re-eleo
tlon and numerous names have been men
tioned. None, however, has met with such
general approval aa that of Mr. Frank P. Beya
tou, who Is well known In this oily aud hee a
host of friends wbo are anxious te see him ac
cept the office. Mr. Born ton la at present clerk
of the board of sohool trustees, which position
he has filled with great satisfaction. It Is
understood that Mr. Boynten, In case he la
elected, will treat all the banks In au Impartial
manner, dividing the funds eqaaliy among
them and not giving one Institution tho total
benefit of handling the olty funds as has been
the case In the past. This seams kill fair to all
parties concerned and should be insisted upon
whatever candidate may be ruu.
A HISTORY OP PASADENA.
Dr. 11. A. Reld has In charge the preparation
ol a history of the origin and progressive
growth to the present time of the city of Faaa*
dena.
It will require a volume of several hundred
pages to cover the field, which will Include the
first Inception and later outcome of every
publlo and private enterprise whloh has
specially contributed to convert the aforetime
"desert 0 Into the beautiful and tar-famed city
of Pasadena as we now beheld lt> Tbe origiu
and progress of the several oburettes, frater
nity organizations, schools or colleges, library,
newspapers, and suoh organised bodies as the
several water companies,cemetery association,
city council, board of trade, gas and electric
companies, street car and other local railroad
companies, etc., will he given In fullest detail
of dates, facts, promoters and luold narrative.
Also, a chapter of hlstorlo "first things," and
the geology, hydrology. Ecology, botany, pre
historic- remains, eta, oi Faeedenaland.
Such a volume, If properly prepared, would
be of much benefit to Pasadena, aud would
doubtless have an extensive sale.
Dr. H. A. Reid has had large experience In
similar work at lowa City, la.; Lexington, Mo.,
and other points. He has resided In Pasadena
over 10 years) and hit well known ptreever
ance In research, literary talent, prudential
fairness and assiduous fidelity la any work
undertaken, and the forthcoming book under
his direction will doubtless prove a success,
FIFTEENTH AJStUVXASAKY.
The Good Templars held a rousing open
meeting at their lodge room la the G. A. R,
hall last evening, la commemoration of the
ISth anniversary of tho establishing ot Pass,
deua lodge, No. 173.
This order Is one of the oldest in the city and
has accomplished much In the temperance
work. The meeting last evening was largely
attended by matebers and friends, who fully
enjoyed thefollOwlaf programme i
Opening address— Clilel ffemplaa V, Q, U.
Stevens.
Musio—Mskßtnnts.
Address—kfts* Kolloek.
Musio—Miss Emma oh aw.
Address—Hey, Harris.
Remarks—l. it Mundell, Mrs. aN, MundelL
W. H. Townsend fuharter members).
Address—Mia, Lath rep,
Musio—Mua Bonner,
Address—De, Turner,
Reading—Carl Terpennlng.
Remarks by Theodore Canouse, Jr., and other
visiting Good Templars from Troplco, and Mr.
Pitts of Monrovia and Mr. Theo ol Canada,
Rooitatlon—Frank Benton.
Music and speech—Ma, Stunts,
TH»«\Aneriß cilebratss.
The sixth anniversary ol the opening of the
Fainter hotel *v celebrated last evening by a
muslcale, A large number of guests and in
vited friends were present and a very pleasant
evening wan paused, The programme was as
rOllOWal
II timorous selection—Foley Parker.
Violin solo, Mlgnon—Ethel Stewart.
Vocal solo, StreJeUkle>~*Mrs» Washington
Berry.
Piano solo, solected—Mlss Norton.
Vocal soio, ifcueak. Law, Ardltl—Ethel
Stewart
Intermission.
Humorous selection—Fqjey Parker,
Vocal solo, Romania, from, Faust — Mrs.
Washington Berry.
Piano solo—Mist Norton.
Vooal aolo, Waiting MlllardW-Ethel Stewart
Duet (castanets and plaaoUFloatlng on the
Waves-iEtbel Stewart hud Hill Norton—Miss
Norton, accompanist.
NOTTS.
Thrtaarrtagwtjt H. F. Cogswell and Emma
Nickel, both of this city, tt announced.
Tho ohDU ot tho Universalis', church la ar
ranging to give a concert toon.
H. B. Ledvard, president of the Michigan
Central railroad, arrived from the east this
morning, accompanied by members of his
family and friends, In his private car.
John Harvey, wbo lives on Catatlna avenue,
had a horse run away with him yesterday,
throwing him to the ground, breaking bit law
and knocking out a number of tech. D.-. F. F.
Rowland attended the Injured liuu.
POMONA.
A Bridegroom of deveaty-eigwi ••<! a
Bride of •Ixty-aevee.
Pomona, Feb. 28.—One dooa not hear of mar
riages at 78 and «7 ycara of age often, but
when such a marriage botween a couple of
that age takes place In your very midst, as was
the case today, it comes not ouly in the nature
of a surprise but causes no end ofaxoi'.emeur,
to to speak.
Few know and surely no one suspects the
venerable Major W. 11. Cook to be one of th*
f rincipala lv such an eveut; such, however, le
he case, that aged gentleman having been
united in marriage to Mrs. Louisa Barton this
morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. K. K. Bennett pro
nouncing them man and wife. Major Coot Is
an old resident of this place aud well knowu
throughout the valley. His sou Is County
Supervisor John \V. Cook of this (I.os Angeles)
county. • '
"There's those flowers that come from these
onions," a stranger—a lady—was overheard to
remark as she took notice ol the Jar of Chinese
lilies that adorns the window of the Hkiald
office, n passing by this morning.
Conductor tioodell ot the motor between
here and North Pomona, has been 111 for a few
days. His plage has been filled by Mr. Walter
Avis.
T.i'ii es, .n- °\ M ' Stone ' Wi »t B. Ross and W. A.
Bell will entertain the mombers of tho Union
Whist club tomorrow (Thursday) evening, at
the parlors of the Odd Fellows' hall.
Col Geo. Hcath'a new residence on Hoc
avenue, near Main, is Bearing completion.
..i,„H ot f ier . ve 7 p , ,ett y «»tdence just being fin
ished Is tuat of o. R, Clark, esq., on Kllen
street, near Holt avenue,
Wj&m »w »« *• c, at, ana v c*.
which has been closed for aome time peat, re
sumed operationa thia week.
The new packing house at North Pomona is
rapidly nearlng completion.
Among those who ale out today for a parting
shot at the quail w» noted CoL F. P. Flrey and
Major Draper, both guests at the Palomares
ana ardent sportsmen.
Open season for the lawful shooting of quail
expires tomorrow, March Ist.
What few Chinamen there are left in Pomo
na will soon have an opportunity to register,
as the registration will begin here shortly.
Our city council will hold a private session
at the city hall tomorrow (Thursday) evening.
F. D. Joy of Glendora waa a vlaitor In Pomo
na today.
I'lunoua people will be treated to a grand
concert to be given at the M. K. church March
2d.
Quite a number of Pomona'a citizens have
been closely eying the report* of the rate war,
between the different roada A number would
like to avail themselves of this chance to visit
the old home again if the rate knife goes a lit
tle deeper. ' , _
The cut in this week's lsßiie of the Pomona
Times representing R. 8. Bassett "at homo," ia
one of thia week'a features and Is aa true to life
as can be.
The Lucy Stone memorial, March 19tb, In
the Christian church, will be a prominent
event In Pomona, Aside from the programme
of musical and literary exercises, the occasion
will be made especially Interesting by an ad
dress by Mrs. Clara Holbrook Smith, a lady of
national reputation on the platform, her aim
being to create a publlo sentiment In favor of
Introducing departments In all tbe higher in
stitutions of learning for teaching scientific
home-making and parentage. Another fact
that will Incline our people to hear ber on this
occasion is that she will make this ber future
home with her four children.
Mr. I. Asher of the People's store Is enjoying
a much needed vacation from press of .busi
ness. During his temporary absence Mr. Sig
Wlsekoff will help out the force in the store.
SANTA ANA.
A School Entertainment -Court Mat
ter! —Notes.
Banta Ana, Feb. 28.—The tub-Junior class,
Santa Ana high school, will give an entertain
ment at the school house on March 2d, at 1:30
p. m., at which time the following programme
will be rendered:
Class roll; quotations
Song, There Is No End for Souls Like His.
Recitation, from Scarlet Letter.
Paper, Anecdotes of Hawthorne.
Hong, Slave at Midnight.
Recitation, A Rill from the Town Pump.
Essay, Hawthorne at Book Farm.
Song. Beautiful Winding River.
Recitation, Flora Our old Home.
Reading, Song of Consul Hawthorne.
Recitation, iroin American Note Book.
Violin tolo, selection from Verdi's opera.
Recitation, The Hollow Between tho Three
Hills.
Paper, Hawthorne, the Author.
Presentation ot Bawthurr.e'a picture.
Address—F. E. Per ham.
Paper, Life oi Hawthorne.
Hong, Hawthorne.
it la earnestly desired that the parents espe
cially will aome out to this high shool enter
tainment and encourage tut scholars.
Mlea Abble dates waa very happily surprised
last night at the borne of Dr. I. D.Mills by a
large number of young people, who, aa a token
of their regard for the yo.ing lady, presented
her with a choice selection of fine books. After
social conversation until a late hour, tho
Euetta departed, wishing the young lady a
a> B Py good night, A Joyous good time was
had.
Mr*. T. E Jeffreys ol Falrvlew died at 10
o'clock this morning.
A tramp waa given a square meal at Mr.
Mundell's yesterday, and when he started to
leave It was found that he bad pocketed some
of the silverware. Mr. Mundell went after
hist and asked him about tbe theft, whereupon
he said he wanted a spoon to take medicine
out of. He gave up what he had. No arrest
Miss Lulu Howe la able to be out riding, after
a week or more of diphtheria.
Mr. Trowbridge la moving bla saloon from
the Bruner block to the storeroom formerly
ocoupled by O. Ixiralne, on West Fourth street
8. A. Austin ol Kentucky Is in our city, or
ganising * writing class.
W. L. Sow* of Texas lain our city telling the
patent right for a qullter to be attached to
any kind of a sewing machine.
Manning, the tiamp who asked for time to
receive his sentence, was today brought up be
for Judge Freeman and withdrew his plea of
guilty and entered that of not guilty. He
made his statement, which waa straight
forward, and the Judge discharged him.
J. Q. Scarborough was in Los Angeles yester
day.
Simon Levy of the Levy Produce company of
Lea Angeles waa in our olty today on business
in oonnectton with his ranch out near West
minster.
M. J. Bundy was a passenger to the angel
olty today on bualness.
County Surveyor a H. Finley haa been
up to the government claim of the Emer
son boya and made an examination of the lo
cation of tbe place where the shooting of
Luis Yorba occurred, and he finds that it is
in Orange county, about 160 feet this side of
the line. This puts an end to the talk of taking
the case over to Riverside county.
The regular meeting of the BChool board
wax held last night
Secretary Perkins made the following re
port ol the condition of the district financially I
Stato aohool fund, $8022; special fund
$2193.95; library fund,s4B.so; eountyschooi
fond, $3950: estimated apportionment, $6740'
olty taxes unpaid, $1824; total, $21,F78.45.
Estimated expenses: To balance general
fund, $2568.41; known current bills, $033.79
salariea for the month, $83511.75; total. $11 -
610.95.
The report ahowa a probable balance to the
credit of the district on July lat next of $10 -
165.00, aa compared with about $6000 at the
lata* date last year.
Bids for school sites were opened as follows:
Fred L. Sexton offers block two, Walton's ad
dition on Weat and Sycamore streets for $2200.
Robt J. Bell a part of block between First
street, Walnut avenue, Maple street aud Orange
avenue, 210x300 feet, for $3000, W. U. Spur,
geoo, block four, between First and Second
weal and Byo»more streets for $5000. Actions
on bid* were postponed until next regular
meeting to give the member* an opportunity
to examine the sites offered. Dr. Ball moved
that a meeting of the electors be called to de
cide on the purchase of a site lor school house
The motion was lost
A. McFadden was granted permission to send
his children to the Tusttn school.
Th* application of T. C. Welch to be ap
pointed as school census enumerator was re
ceived and placed on file.
Bllla were allowed aa follows: Robert Mc-
Fadden, $14; A. E. Hawley, $1.45; Mrs. M. E
Bennett, $1.53; F. L. Sexton, $50; K. Jj. Cook,
$12.75.
Theeecretary was Instructed to procure from
the health officer a act of regulatlona for the
temporary excluaiou from th* schools of chil
dren that have been exposed to contagious dis
eases. Adjourned.
RIVERSIDE.
Burglars at Work-Local Nana Kates
and Paraonala.
Sittotdb, Feb. 28—Sneak thlerei hare been
on the meandering path lately. Tho residence
of W. J. Fast, alio that of Mr. Surrat, from
which a shotgun and other articles were taken.
From the residonce of D. VV. Hcrlihy, a ladies
•eyele waa taken. The police are on the look
out.
In the superior court yesterday the last will
of Mra. Jennie liaruet, lately poisoned at San
Jacinto, was admitted to probate.
Rev. Cal. Ogbum, for a number of years past
pastor of the christian church In this City, has
accepted a call to the pastorate of a church in
Vacavllle, a-.id preached his farewell sermon
here last Sunday to a crowded house.
A new grocery firm will tomorrow take pos
session ef the stock now owned by Simpson &
Stows. The new firm will be Mr. Simpson, as
sociated with Capt. A. B. Mllllce and a Mr.
Woodard, recently from the east, Mr. Stows of
the old firm retiring from business. Tho stock
will be removed to Main street.
The trial of T. P. S. Body, under iho charge
of dealing out liquor contrary to the county
ordinauco, will be called in the justice's
court tomorrow morning. The trial is attract
ing much attention, as It will doubtless decide
tue validity of the county ordinance, which Is
equivalent to prohibition In its measures.
A Republican caucus was held In the cltv
court room yesterday, at which it was decided
to hold a convention at an early date.
Toe Preliminaries for t!]e reclovt [ of , he
postofflce to the Rubldoux block have been
about completed, aud Postmaster Dunbar
eipects to complete the final removal tomor
row uighU.
'"• 1- Oster, prosecuting attorney for Kan
Heruardlnocounty, was In the city today look
.:ig after legal matters, presumably.
A Million Friends.
A Mend la need la a Irlead Indeed, an* not
lest thaa one mlllloa people bare louad Jail
■tick a friend In Dr. King's New Blscovery for
cea«u«a»Uoa, oougks and colds. If you bare
never used this great cough medicine oae trial
will oouvlnoe yeu that It has wonderful
curative powers in all diseases of throat, cheat
and -uags. Bach bottle it guaranteed to do all
that is claimed, or money will be refunded.
Trial bottle* free at 0. F. Hetuzumaa'e drug
e :^ii , , ortnMaln * treat - L »'e» bottle. 50
ceuia ana e>i.
For Last, Salt Mackerel, Shad,
Holland, Labrador and Paelflo herring, salmon
tongue, and aoundi, codfish, anchovies,
Win. r. Brawl,
Watchmaker, remored to 810 3. Spring, nr 3d.
U« N a anil** ttAHtltl
LOS ANGELES HERALD? THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH ,1 1894.
COLTON.
The Water Dicker—A Fine Concert,
Notes.
Colton, Feb. 28.—The 111-concealed, glaring
misrepresentation of facts relating to the pro
posed question of bonding the city for $40,
--000, for the purchasing of tbe present water
company's plant, and 100 Inches water guar
anteed, made by tbe Time*' representative in
that journal last Saturday, la both obnoxious
to the citiiens of Colton and obnoxious to the
intelligence of the entire reading public. The
statement of "tbe opinion" of certain citizens
that the purchase at tbe figures above named
"would be equivalent to a present of $15,000
to $20,000 to the water company," la without
the ahadow of a fact for foundation. In an
estimate of the property recently made by an
I expert, for the benefit of the city, the valuation
was approximated by a sum very nearly ap
proaching $40,000, while the verbal statement
made by the expert, when questioned by the
city trustees as to the commercial value of the
property, was to the effect that about $45,000
would approach it. and these estimates were
flven prior to tbe company's statement for
883, which ahowed an extension of the sys
tem and other valuable improvements approx
imating some $2000 more, 'i hat 152 inches,
the amount ot water stated to be the present
How, Is about all in use during the time when
the most water Is consumed, is untrue, for out
of a number of measurements by experts in
the employ of the city the highest estimate of
the flow obtained Is between TO and 80 Inches.
Finally, to hoodwink the unsuspecting, the
principal falling due each year, interest aad
cost of maintenance are rolled up together, like
a pig In a poke, and hurled at them as a source
of expense and the means of Increasing the
tax rate, giving no credit for receipts from sale
of water and other sources of
revenue obtained in the purchase,
ignoring the presence of a state law which
positively prohibit* the water works of any
olty from becoming a source ot expense, and
compels the making of suoh rates as will cause
them to be self-supporting. How a principal
fund of $1000 and Interest to the amount of
$2400, and maintenance fund of $1017, aggre
gating in all $4417, is going to consume
$7087.91, the amount collected from con
sumers by the present company during the
year, according to their aworn statement, Is a
problem that seems to work out favorable to
the purchase. Deducting $4417 expenses,
which is computing the maintenance at the
company's figures for the pastycar, from their
own statement of receipts, $7087.91 would
give the city a net revenue of $2*70.01, In
stead of an Increase of the present tax rales,
which was also misstated at $3 77 on the $100
when the truth makes It only $2.78, of which
$1.83 should be deducted for couuty aud state
purposes,
THE MUIiLLFB CONCERT.
The music lovers of Colton were greatly
pleased by the Mueller Concert company at
tho city hall last evening. The famous bari
tone, Jacob Mueller, gave Nore Ver In his
inimitable and majestic stylo, bringing out
such around of applause that no acknowledge
ment short of an encore would suffice, for which
he chose Only to Love.
Mrs. Tregear, the rapidly rising soprano of
whom Colton is worthily proud as one of
her residents, was encored and re-encored.
Tbe Fabri waltz, ber original number, being
well calculated to demonstate her high and
low register and wonderful power ol execu
tion. As an encore abe rendered Yellow Roses
and I Dreamt I Dwelt In Marble Halls.
Miss Bernlco Holmes, the operatic alto,
proved a favorite on her first appearanco,
which position she maintained iv her very
graceful manner.
Mr. Carl Thrower, the lyric tenor, acquitted
himself la a manner that won most hearty ap
plause.
NOTES.
The Republican county central committee
met in San Bernardino this morning and
elected L. Taylor secretary, vice Joe Wilson,
removed to Riverside county.
Dr. Arndt recently returned from an exten
sive sojourn at San Diego.
A mass-meeting has been called for Friday
evening for the purpose of discussing the pro
posed issuing of bonds and other important
matters.
Cooks for hotelt and restaurants, at well at
for private families, are fast settling down to
the conviction that Salvation Oil is absolutely
necessary for burns, scalds aud chapped nands,
and they show their faith by keeping U on
hand.
EAGLESON & CO.'S
GREAT
REDUCTION
• SALE!
OF
Wool Underwear,
Hosiery,
Overshirts,
Neglige Shirts,
Etc., Etc.
On account of large OVERSTOCK
and proposed changes in tbe United
States Tariff, all our Winter Goods
MUST BE CLOSED OUT.
A FEW OF THE REDUCTIONS:

Heavy Merino Underwear 75c,
Reduced to 50c,
Heavy Merino Underwear $1 00,
Reduced to 65c.
Heavy Merino Underwear $1.50,
Reduced to $1.15.
Wool Underwear $1.00,
Reduced to 65c
Wool Underwear $1.25,
Reduced to 90c.
Wool Underwear $1.35,
Keduced to $1.00.
Wool Underwear $1.50,
Reduced to $1.20.
Wool Underwear $2.00,
Reduced to $1.50.
Hosiery. Overshirts, Neglige Shirts,
etc , at the same proportionate reduc
tions.
NO HUMBUG SALE
But genuine reductions. Call and see
our window display and prices.
EAGLESON k CO.,
112 South Spring St.
iBTABLILHED 1886.
DR. B. G. COLLINS,
OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, with Log Ange
les Optical Institute, 125 8. Spring «t, In
Wagner's Eimberly, Los Angeles.
EYES EXAMINED FREE
ia-27 Dm.
for Infants and Children.
" Castorlnfsao welladapted to children that Castorla cures Colic, Constipation,
I recommend It as superior to any proscription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
known to mo." IL a. Arcbter, M. D., Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes d»
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. V, gestloa,
Without injurious medication,
"Tho use of 'Castorla Is so universal and '"For several rears I have recommended
Its merits so well known that It seems a work your 'Ceatoria,' and Bhall always continue to
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial
Intelligent families who do not keep Castorla results."
within easy reach." Edwth F. Faroes, M. D.,
Carlos Mabtyk, D. I>., [l2Dth Street and 7th Aye., New York City.
New York City.
Tn« Cxntaoi CokrlKT, 77 Mchrat Street, New Yorx Crre.
1 .
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B r"J ~~ f taHzercuresallnervousuessordiscaacsof the generative organs,
2wiO such as: Lost Itanhoorl, «lerplPHNne>s, Tirrit lerl-
Vl\ rA) V> ,\T tn f< *"«l«ts la the Bark, Debility, Pimplen, Brail-
N £n_' V. *29& L "Che,rtemlnal Wcaknean,Xlghtly Eminniona Inapo
l/eF T T» V tenry, Drspendeary, Varicocele, Prenaatnreneasi
\. / and < ouNtlpatlon. Cures where all else fails. Tbe doctor
zTr- baß discovered tho active principle on which tho vitality of tho
BEFORE and AFTER sxxcai. apparatus ia dependent.
Tee reason why suffere™ are not cured by physlcluna and medicines Is became over*)pereeat
are troubled with PremtatHU. for which CUPIDENK ie the only known remedy to cure the eom
plaiut without an eparatlen. A written Uuarsnlee to refuad the money If a permanent cure la
no* effected by the neaof six boxes, ft.DO a box, six for 15.00. Bend for circular and teaumeuiala.
Address DAVOL BtDlt ! ,<!» sj©., P. O. Box aeyss, San Francisco, Cel. fur mate by •
C. H. HANCE, AGKNT, 177-179 North Spring Street.
WONDERFUL CURES
BY
DR. WONG,
713 SOUTH MAIN ST. LOS ANGELES, CAL.
'Skillful cure increases longevity to the "In*->nloualy locating diseases through th
world." pa.,, and excellent remedies are great bleu
logs to the world."
Four years ago my daughter, Verglnla Bell, was treated by Dr. Wong for what physicians
called hip diaeaae, and had pronounced Incurable after treating her for eight years. Dr. Wong'i
diagnosis, waa that aha was afflicted with one of the thirteen forma of cancer. Bis medicine
effected a permanent core In seven months time. Two years ago my grandson became blind la
one eye. Dr. Wong restered his sight in three weeke' time, A. LA.33WELL,
Savannah, OaL
After I had been treated eleven yeara, by six different doctors, for conaumptioH, and they
had dated that I couldn't live twomontha, I took Dr. Wong's medicine aud was cured In seven
months, I enjoy excellent health, and weigh 170 pounds. MRS. A. M. A VELA,
1612 Brooklin aye., Los Angeles, Cel.
PRIVATE. NKRVOO3 AND CHRONIC DISEASES OF MSN quickly cured without Che an
of poisons.
4000 cures. Ten years in Los Angeles,
DR. WONG, 713 South Main St., Los Angeles.
CAUTION.
Former employes Are circulating the
report that Or. Liebig & Co.'a offices
have been removed. Do not be deceived.
Such is not the case. They are still at
the old stand, 123 S. Main at, Los An
geles.
DR. LIEBIQ <St CO.
The oldest, most successful end reliable ex
clusive special doctors for men on the Pacific
Coast. Established 25 years In Han Francisco
and 8 years in Los Angeles. There are many
Imitators, but no equals to DR. LIEBIG & CO.
as special doctors for men. Offices in Los An
geles at 123 South M»in street.
XISUBTONI.T THJE OLD, IHK TKIKI>
and jTHK tktjk. The Speclsl Sur
geon from the San Francisco offices is now
in charge of the Los Angoles office. Thus all
patients will be enabled to secure for them
selves the same thorough and radical treat
ment they would obtain from the bead offices
in San Francisco.
voi'lHs suffering from results of follies or
excesses, causing nervous debility, seminal
weakness, loss of vigor and memory, despond
ency, diseases of the kidneys, blood and re
productive organs, gieet, gonorrhoea, syphilis,
varicocele, stricture aud many chronic and
destroying diseases.
IUKN older in years, having too frequent
evacuations of bladder, with loss of vital ma
terial, phosphates, etc , woolly or brick dust
deposits in urine, which are symptoms of sec
ondary seminal weakness, the loss impoverish
ing the vital organs.
coMi'MUATIiiKH-The reason thousands
cannot get cured of above complaints 1] owing
to complications not uuaer.tood by ordinary
doctors. Dr. Licbig <fc Co. have discovered the
secret of curing the comollt ations.
run*—our confidential book and diagnosis
sheet sent freo on applcatlon, securely sealed
offiok HOCKS—9 am.to 9 p.m. Sua
dars. 10 to 12.
FERTILIZERS,
TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THE PRES
ENT LOW PRICES.
Send Your Orders Direct to Head
quarters aud Save A gents'
Commissions.
Look at these prices for standard goods:
Per ton
Nitrate of soda $43 00
Bone meal 25 00
Fish Unano 34 00
Boues, Meat and Blood, dried and
ground togcrher 20 00
Super Phosphate 23 00
Our goods are ail first-class, and are delivered
in quantities to suit at your nearest railroad
station at the above figures.
TERMS—CA9H WITH ORDER.
Highest prices paid for bones.
CONSUMERS' FERTILIZER CO.,
1100 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO.
1-14 d&w 3m
TO THE UNFORTUNATE^
sftsßh -1 WLtffMBH Ooner of Commercial,
>*> Francisco, ual. Be
sHnßaQHafttabllshad , v IgM j„
Bi^HHbHb^bHsHh* l 'eatmeat ot Sexual ana
«»t3HSMHumsK^ a<nlnal diseases, suoh
Oonorrhea, Gleet,
S^Bsssssssßsssßi ßtll ' tDre > eyphllls la
SKotsBMBsnBSBHBHaII 1U forms, Seminal
Weakness, Impoteney an* Lost Manhood pas.
manestly cored. The sick aadafflloted shoals)
not fall to nail upon him. The Doctor has tray*
eled extensively In Europe and Inspected theaw
onghly the various hospitals there, obtaining
a great deal of valuable laf ermatlon, which hafl
competent to Impart to thews Ist aeed of his Iter*
vtees. The Dootor onree where others fall.
Try htm. DX. GIBBON will make no charge
CDlesa he efTeots a enrc. Fertons at a distance
CURED AT HOME. All oomuiunicfttioßS
strictly confidential. All letters answered la
,l.la envelopes, OaU « writ* Add^
Be* 1087, Baa Frencwoe, Cat
v ratio* Lea Aaamlee Haaaxa. \v
' C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions compounded *■
«kw«i. avajsa}.
SYSTEMATIZE BUSINESS
Buy a Cash Register.
Great Reduction in Prices.
WITH ALL LATEST IMPROVEMENTS.
We have a stock of UNION CASH REGIS
TERS which we will sell for $50 each.
Don't pay fancy prices, but save money by
buying from us.
Typewriting machines of all kinds bought,
sold, rented and exchanged, repaired or ad
justed. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Edison Mimeograph and supplies.
The San Francisco Typewriter Exchange,
310 CALIFORNIA ST.,
2-27 14t BAN FRANCISCO, GAL,
I. T. MARTI N
«=7C__i-r~ Dealer in New aud
/ / Second-hard
FURNITURE,
1111IH OABPETB, MATTING,
v ffffffll FOLDING BEDS, OF
■yU-U \ FluE DESKS AND
LT 1J- HUM STOVES. Prices low
"5? I— for cash or will sell
fe<- " on installments.
481 8. SPRING STREET
J. M. Griffith, Pres't J. T. Griffith, V. Pres't.
T. E. Nichols, Secy and Trees.
E. L. Chandlor, Superintendent.
J. M. Griffith Company,
LUMBER DEALERS
And Manufacturers ot
DOORS, WINDOWS, KLIMDB & STACKS
Mill Work of Every Description.
934 N. Alameda St.. Los Angeles. 10 tf
~ WAGON^aYerIaU
HABD WOODS,
IRON, ST E E
Horseshoes and Nail*, I
Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Eta,
JOHN WIOMOBX,
U7, 1U and 121 Heath Lea Aaaolaa Mssft
imiiaassii 1 nun 1 iMssxmsnsassasesnseHa
F. W. CIIAiK. O. 0. PBCK. JAStSS BOOTH.
PECK & CHASE CO.,
THE BROADWAY DNDEBTAKEBS
327 BOOTH BROADWAY.
Telephone No. 61.
CUSSEN & CUNNINGHAM,
Main Street Undertakers,
139 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
Tel, 209, Indrprndist of the Retsnt Trust.
Embalming Guaranteed or No Charge.
BSBIBaBBVBXBBBBBBJBSBSSBSSJBSBBSrddB
The Newest Importations
CONTINUALLY ARRIVING.
CHOICE DESIGNS. BEST GOODS.
112 pc. Semi-Porcelaiu
Dinner Service, $10.50.
ALL GOODS EQUALLY LOW.
STAFFORDSHIRE CROCKERY CO.
417 & SPRING ST,
THE MORE PEOPLE SEE OF
EAST WHITTIER
The better they like it for location, soil, climate, outlook, water, the
show it ia matting in nursery stock, citrus and deciduous fruita and win
ter vegetables. Hast Wbittier peas are selling now at 5 cents a pound
plenty of 'em, too, when others have none. That's haw to make 'am 1
pay. No marks of frost here—tomatoes are gone, that'a all; everything
else O. K. The LeffingweU Ranch, the finest unsold property in Jyaa
Angeles county, is now on the market; $200 per acre below, and with
water; $too per acre above, and without water. The Eaat Whlttler
Land and Water Co. handles no outside lands, but aell their awn land
and water, so you pay no big commissions, and know your title to land
and water is perfect People are surprised when they come and see our
lands, our water system, and the location and surroundings, that we aell
so low—s2oo for land and water. Don't miss the chance to ret a trad
and set your lemons this season. See our lemona at the Chamber of
Commerce and Midwinter Fair—oranges, too—then come and see us and
buy. Call on S. X LINDLEV, 106 Broadway, for folders, mops, etc.,
and come to Wbittier and see
A. L. REED, General Manager,
WHITTIER, CAL.
COAL! COAU~COAL!
S CANnSI! IELD W . BLLINOTOH } DOMESTIC.
NANAIMO, FOR STEAM.
WHITE'S CEMENT, COKE, CHARCOAL, ETC.
FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HANCOCK BANNING.
IMPORTER,
Tela. 36 and 1017. s-13 tt 130 West Secontygt.
BANKING HOUSES.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFOMA
JL Report for Year Ending Dec. 30, 1893.
REBOURCEB. LIABILITIES.
Cub on band and In bank $120,183 38 Capital stock paid In in coin 9290,1- •. >
United States bonds 159,500 00 Surplus 8,000 00
Demand loans 113,522 1)3 Undivided profits 2,177 00
Begu;arloens 195,4°7 24 Circulation 135,000 00
Hcbool bonds and other 20,401 06 Deposits, 260,220 80
Furniture and fixtures (>,t>4. r > 00
Seal estate 27,954 20
$643,403 80 I 9645,40i< 80
The National Bank of California la one of the few banks that successfully stood the ahooA
of the tato panic and maintained full colu payments right through.
The National Bank of California pays no interest on deposits In any form, offers ne axeclei
inducementa for business other than reliability when the customers exercise their right to de
mand their money.
In the metier of loans il looka more to reliability than high rates of Interest and dsslrea no
loans except from good and reliable parties, and tnen exaota good security, believing that uo
bank is better or more reliable than its loans.
SDIRECTORB<
O. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFSKILL, M. H. SHERMAN,
W. JU GRAVE*. R. F. C. KLOKKR, URORGE IRVINE, Jt NT MCDONALD,
W. 8. UeVAN, T F. NEWLIN, A. HAD Lit Y. JOHN M. 0. MARBLE.
Security Savings Bank and Trust Co.
148 SOUTH MAIN STEJKBT,
FIVE FEB CENT INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
CAPITAL STOCK, ..... 9200.00 C.
OFFICEJtft
F. N. MYERS, Prealdent. MAURICE 8. HEI.LM AN, Vice-President.
T. W. PHBLFS, Cashier. W. D. LONG YEAR, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTOKS,
T. L. Duqoe, Maurice S. Hellmin, J. M. C. Marble, J. A. Graves.
H. L. Pinney, J. H. Shankland, 0. H. Sessions, J. H. Harris,
■I. F. Bartorl, F. N. Myers, T. W. Phelps.
OTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
V-J N. W. Cor. Second aud Spring; Sts., Los Angeles, Cal
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, 91.000,000. PAID-DP CAPITAL, 9700,000.
A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits.
OFFICERS.
W. 0. COCHRAN, Prea t. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, Ist V.-Pre»'t. JAS. F. TOWELL, 2d V.-PreiU.
JOHN W. A. OFF, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
H. J. Woollacott, W. P. Gardiner, A. A. Hubbard, O. T. Johnaon,
free H. Bouebrakc, Fred 0. Johnson, W. 0. Cochran. B. F. Ball.
P. M. Green, John W. A. Off, Jamea F. Towell. 8-»tf
Painless Dentistry
Fine Gold Filling,
Crowu auu Brlu * a
JTJ& BBT TEETH, *S.
STEVENS 4 SONS,
IF YOU M COMING NORTH
1 THIS WINTER SEND FOR A COPY OF
The Palace Hotel Souvenir
It will aid you in tbe choice of a hotel. Secure
apartments in advance by telegraph,
PALACE HOTEL
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
12-28 ttm
pMRBT NATIONAL BANK. OF LOS ANGELES
CAPITAL STOCK 8400,000
SURPLUS 200.00J
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. G. KRRCKHOKF, V.-PreJ.
FRANK A. GIBSON, t'ashtfß
G. B SHAFFER, Ass't Cash'r
dirictors:
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bicknell,
8. H. Molt, H. Jevne,
J. D. Hooker, W. C. Patterson.
Wm. G. KerckhoiT
08 ANGELJie SAvTNUfTBAN X,
U No. 23U N. Maiu St.
Capital stock $100,000
Surplus 35,500
H. W. Eellman. Pres't. J. E. Plater, V.-Pras't
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Director.—l W. Hellman, R. a Baker, H. W.
Hellman, J. K. Plater, L W. Hellman, jr.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on
first-class real estate. 11-1 U
M"~AIN STREET - SAVINGS BANK AND
Trust Company.
Capital $200,000
428 S. Main st, Los Angeles, Cal.
J. B. LANKERBHIM President
8. C. HDBBELL Vice President
J. V. WACHTEL Cashier
H. W. Hellman, K. Cohn, J. H. Jones, O. T.
Johnson, W. G. Kerckhoff, H. W. O'Melveuey.
Interest paid on all deposits, 10-28 X 1
T7ARMERS AND -MERCHANTS BANK 01*
JT Los Angeles, Cal.
Olden and Largest Bank In Southern
California,
Capital (paid up) $ 500,000
Surpl us and profits 780,000
Total $I^Bo,ooo
otvumei
19AIASW. HELLMAN President
HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vice-President
JOHN MILNKR Oashler
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
DIRZCTORS:
W. H. Perry, Ozro W. cbllds, J. B. Lenker
shim, C. E. Tbom, C. Ducommon, H. W. Hell
man. T. L. Duque, A. Glassell, I. VV. Hellman.
Kxcbauge for sale en all the principal cities
of tbe United States, Europe, China and Japan.
BANK OF AMERICA,
FORMERLY
LO3 ANGELES COUNTY BANE,
Temple Block,
Capital stock, paid up $300,000
_ 0FFICIR8!
JOHN E. PLATER President
ROBSRrp. BAKER Vice-President
GEORGE H. STEWART Cashier
DIRECTORS',
Jotaam Bixby, Chas. Forman, L. T. Gamier,
Lewellyn BUby, R, 3. Baker, John E. Plater,
Goo. U. Stewart.
UNION BANKOFSAVINGS
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
omegas and oiaccToae:
M. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. alcViy
Frist. Yrrs-Vrssfc. C«*hi«r
C. C. Harrison S. H. Mett _R. M. Baker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON OEPO«IT>
CITIZENS BANK,
Stimson Block, Third and Spring;
T. W. Brolherton, President.
X, S. C. Lowe, Vlce-Pres't
_ F. D. HaU, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
T. D. Stimson, L. w. Bllnn,
Andrew Mullen, J. M. Ha'e,
R.J. Waters, J. Per.-l' ai,
Robert Hale, 10-7 tt
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