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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
PASADENA.
City Polities DleooMed-Polleo Court
Cases-Notee.
Pasadena, March 1.-The result of
the primaries last evening, a full report
ol which appeared in this morning's
Hebald up to as late bb 12 o'olook, has
been the chief topio discussed upon the
streets today.
As stated in yesterday's report, the
Prohibition wing of the Republican
party stole a march on tbe established
crowd, and came'near carrying the day
before the other fellows found out what
they were about. All of the ward meet
ings were lively, and some of tbem were
more than lively, the Republican
brethren pitching into one another in a
way surprising to heboid. Borne chal
lenging was indulged in and a few voters
ruled out on tbe ground that they were
Prohibitionists and had no business in a
Republican caucus. It is estimated by
those on the inside that the Prohibition
element succeeded in electing 44 out of
tbe 100 delegates, leaving them only
seven short oi a majority, and it is pos
sible that they may, be able to make op
this deficiency.
Matters standing in tbis condition,
the convention called for Friday even
ing, at Williams' hall, promisss to be a
decidedly lively affair; there will cer
tainly be a hard fignt between tbe
straight Republicans and tbe Prohibi
tion wing. Tbe latter will, however,
have to elect all three of the council
men in order to gain control of tbe mu
nicipal body, as two oi the old officials
elected upon a liberal platform hold
over.
Owing to tbe late Lours of closing the
meetings last night a complete report
could not be obtained. Tbe complete
lists of delegates in the various wards
are as follows:
First ward—T. K. Bnfkin, John Allin,
O. W. Abbott, Samuel Bundy, F. P.
Boynton. L. P. Crawford, 8. H. Doolit
tle, H. F. Goodwin, Fordyce Grinnell,
K. E. Jones, Cbarlee Legge, W.B. Lacey,
G. E. Mebarry, A. H. Ninde, John
J-eaeelv.O. H. Randall. W--H..Taw/l;
X Wakelev, I. N. Stevenson, George A.
Durell.
Second ward—H. J. Vail, Jobn Mo-
Donald, E. Lockett, Henry Eda, Chas.
Glbbs, J. R. Slater, W. 8. Wright, O. F.
Weed, J. G. Rossiter, W. 8. (iilmore,
Lionel A. Sheldon, Fred Swift, G. D.
Patton, J. 8. Cox, P. O. Prince, P. Mc-
Gowan, George Johnson, A. G. Ueiss, A.
8. Turbett, J. R. Greer, jr., W. S. Hol
land, T. A. Reed, M. O. Hester, VV. 8.
Fairman, J. H. Walbridge.
Third ward—T. F. Croft, Pat Brown,
W. H. Conrad, J. A. Buchanan, G. R.
Thomas, A. L. Hamilton, B. W. Hahn,
E. Griffith, A. K. Nash, E. T. Dearth, J.
Allen, George G. T. Downing, W. H.
Wiley, W. E. Wood, A. K. McQuilling,
Delos Arnold, J. D. Nash, C. U. Bunnell,
J. 8. Mills, B. Jarvis, H. I. Stuart, H. J.
Hardwick, C. D. Sargent, 8. Waßhburn,
J. W. Wood.
Fourth ward—o. W. Swarm, James
McLachlan, H. M. Hamilton, H. W.
Magee, H. R. Hartel, William Menner,
L. J. Crowell, John O. Lowe, Theodore
Coleman, F. F. Rowland, 0. E, Brooks,
Charles A. Gardner, R, H. Knight,
Dr. N. A. Dalrymple, W. W. Webster,
George Backus, Ed Lancaster, J. W.
Banbury, Dr. George Deacon.
In the First ward the following reso
lution was passed prior to tbe election:
"Resolved, That we request the dele
gates elected to represent the First
ward in tbe convention to be held in
Williams hall, March 2, 1804, to work
and vote so far aa possible for the nom
ination of the following citizens of tbis
ward for the respective offices of coun
cilman, city treasurer and city clerk:
T. P. Lukenß, F. I*. Boynton and Heinan
Dyer, as eminently qualified for their
respective positions."
Commenting upon the fight over the
office of treasurer, the Star says:
"No new names have appeared for
city treasurer, and tbe contest lies be
tween Messrs. Hotaling and Boynton.
Tbe friends of each are tiying to elimi
nate the "bank light" feature from the
contest, and place the gentlemen before
the convention squarely on their iudi
i vidual merits. vVe have already ex
" pressed the conviction that an annual
wrangle over this office that involves the
three banks of tbe oity, ought to be
avoided. Some of the bank officers we
| k&ow to be of the same mind, and that
they consider these contests objection
able from every point of view. It is
hoped the convention will find a way to
tuko the treasurership out of tbe atti
tude in which custom has placed it."
It is all very well to talk about an an
nual wrangle which ought to be a. oided,
but the tact remains that all our baa<a
have an equal claim as depositories for
the city iunds, and it is plainly unjuet
tbat tbis money should go i_*o one in
stitution, as i«s been the case hereto
fore.
Let tbe candidates come out aud state
bow they propose to distribute the «my
money. If they are disposed to treat all
fairly, no objections could be raised to
such a course, bi if thay are bound to
any special institution tbe voters want
to know it. Mr. Boynton has already ex
pressed hia intention of treating each
"jrok alike, and Mr. Hotaling should
place himself upon the same footing if
he doss not desire to be considered as a
candidate of some particular institution.
The matter is cse of importance to the
public at large and should be thorough
ly ventilated.
HAKD TIMES SOCIAL.
The social given by the Kebekah
lodge I. O. O. F. last evening in tbeir
hall oa South P air Oaks avenue, was
lamely attended and proved a most en
joyable event. .... .
The programme was short consisting
of readings by Mrs. Conover and Mrs.
Darneley; reoitations by Miss L.uiu
Thornburg and Homer Blick (the latter s
subject being Hard Times), a vocal solo
by Mrs. Roof and short speeches by
Meiers. Thornburg and Blackman.
Tha Hard Borabble band furnished
general selections which were much en
joyed, after which refreshments consist
ing of beans, bacon, bread, etc, were
served. The evening closed with a
social hop.
rrarD htm |25.
In the case of Clyde Barnbart, charged
with battery upon Mrs. Davenport, be
fore Recorder Rossitsr tbis morning tbe
defendant was fonnd guilty and fined
♦25. It eeems that Barnbart hired a
horse from Mrs. Davenport's husband
and returned it in bad cendition, where
upon Mrs. Davenport took him to task
and ended by hitting him several cuts
with a buggywhip which she had in her
hand. Angered by the blows, Barnhart
hauled off and hit her in the (ace,
knocking her down.
A counter charge was filed by the de
fendant this morning, charging the lady
with making an assault on him, which
comes up for trial before the recorder
tomorrow morning.
NOTES.
Reserved seats are now on sale at the
Pasadena musio house for the produc
tion of Uncle Tom's Cabin by the Button
company, at the opera house, on Friday
evening next.
The Calhoun opera company has been
booked for the opera bouse here on
Thursday evening next, March Bth. The
management is fortunate in having
secured euch a first class attraction, and
a large audience is assured.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion Lyceum No. 560 L. L. A., will hold
its regular meeting at 7:30 this evening.
Question tor debate: The Educational
Qualification for the Right of Suffrage.
There will be otber interesting exercises
and music by the Glee club. An initia
tion ol neophytes will take place.
Friends of the members are cordially
invited to be present.
SANTA ANA.
News Event! In a Bur Section- Ana
helm N«WB.
Sarta Ana, March l.—lt seems as if
everybody had the moving fever jast
now. The last, reported is John W.
Morrison, who will move his hardware
store to the store formerly occupied by
G. 8. Wilson as a grocery store, jusi
across tbe street from the postoffics.
This, together with Trobridge, Fi(p,
Wilson, Bwonner, White & Co., and sev
ftWh.'afc'rf'Tißo'rKe E. Freeman had the
misfortune to fall and sprain his ankle
lest night, when on his way home. He
said he would not have minded it so
much to jast fall, but be ploughed bis
nose in the ground,which provoked him
so that his remarks after arising made
things smell of brimstone. This morn
ing he has to use a cane, but he can
dispense justice with the same unerring
hand as of yore.
W. B. Hervy, president of the First
National bank, who has been visiting in
tbe east for the past month or so, has
just returned to his home.
J. W.Tomblenof Arapahoe, Neb., has
been visiting friends and relatives in our
city for the past Week or so. He will
start to the midwinter fair tomorrow.
Tbe body of tbe late Mrs. T. £. Jeff
reys will be shipped to the Los Angeles
crematory tomorrow (Friday) and cre
mated. Thie was the request of all the
relatives.
The concert given last night by the
M. £. choir, assisted by tbe Thomas
orchestra, was much better than most
any one had expected. The music was
above the average of music found in con
cert companies who make it their pro
fession.
The street cars are plastered over with
advertisements for the Chicago Lady
Quartette that comes off March 2d in
Bpnrgeon's ball.
Miss Lottie Moesser of San Bernar
dino is visiting her brother, Fred
Moesser, of Santa Ana.
A gentleman from the east by ths
name of M. B. Tilden is talking of start
ing a creamery in Santa Ana, and to start
tbe business going a meeting has been
called for Friday night at the office of
Judge G. E. Freeman to discuss the
question of an organization. ~
Mr. George A. Smith, one of tbe
finest bass singers ever on the coast,
wiil sing au offertory in the Episcopal
chimin next Sunday at 11 o'clock.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will give an experience social
on Friday evening, March 9th, at Con
gregational hall, on North Main street.
Colman Travis, F. M. Wilber and Por
ter Bros, company each shipped a car
load of oranges from McPherson station
during tbe past week. No Chinamen
are employed.
Mr. James Harrison has resigned the
office of secretary of the Orange county
fruit exchange and Mr. McKinley of
Anaheim has been elected to fill the
vacancy, at a salary of $75 per month.
W. L. Rogers of Anaheim was elected
vice-president
J. M. Carpenter of Beloit, la., has
bought the West ranch of 150 acres, out
by tbe fair ground. Mr. Carpenter is
an experienced bog raiser, and will make
the raising of swine the principal indus
try of hia ranch.
ANAHEIM NEWS.
W. 8. Marsh has perfected a best top
per and dinger whicn be thinks will
revolutionize the work of topping and
digging, and for which ho will apply for
a patent. Being an experienced beet
raiser, he is of th* opinion that his new
machine ie just the thing to lessen the
laborious work of topping and digging.
He is now on the lookout for some com
petent man of means to take hold of tbe
invention with him,
A couple of our sports went down on
the Alamitos last Sunday to hunt duckß,
and were just slaughtering the game
when suddenly the celebrated Long
Beach constable hove in Bight, demand
ing their surrender, ducks aud all. See
ing that they were in a tight place the
two hunters broke for tall timber at a
rate that was calculated to put Tommy
Morris to si-sn.e, They distanced tua
LOS ANGELES HERALD: JTRIDAY aIOKOTNG, MARCH 2, 18'J4.
constable, and reaching their wagon
made their escape without further mis
hap, but they will probably not attempt
to hunt ducks again down that way for
some time to come.
A note from Easton, Eldridge & Co.,
the well known auctioneers, brings the
intelligence that they are making ar
rangements to deliver an address at An
aheim shortly on tha beet industry,
illustrating it by color views showing
tha Chino factory in operation. The
entire process of growing beets and
manufacturing sugar will be explained
by Mr. Easton, who is quite a poDular
lecturer. They will also run a first
class exourslon from Anaheim and vi
cinity to Chino at low rates. The facto
ry will be opan to inspection. The date
of the lecture and exourslon will be an
nounced later. /
DOWNEY.
Rein Badly Needed—A Shooting scrape.
Notes.
Downey, Maroh I.—We are still hop
ing and waiting lor the rain, but farm
era are not waiting idly but are working
out the Irrigating ditches, and very soon
the river will be turned into the fields
and rain may take a back seat. But
those who have large acreage in barley
are the needy ones.
Corn planting has begun on the east
side of New river, and if not too oold
from this on they will need little or no
water.
The order of Foresters invited qnite
a large crowd to an open meeting on
Saturday evening last. The meeting was
opened by Preeid ing Officer Price. Mu
sic Dy our Downey orchestra was inter
spersed through the whole evening's ex
ercise. After tbe regular routine of
business was gone through, J. 0. Rives
introduced High Chief Ranger W. G.
McElfreih of Los Angeles, who gave a
general review of the workings and ben
efits of the order of the Foresters, and
representing it as offering the best in
ducement to young men to prepare for
an emergency in the future. After the
address refreshments were served by tbe
ladies.
On coming down from the entertain
ment on Saturday night Mr. W. F. Hay
fund that his carriage, team and all
were gone. It was found near home
with a badly demoralized carriage, tbe
team not having suffered so much from
their hasty trip through a wire fence as
the vehicle had. The tie ropes seem to
have been almost severed in two places
with a knife in some wretch's hands.
Mrs. Sue Huff left yesterday, the2Bth,
for San Franoisco to lay in a new stock
of fancy goods, millinery, etc., etc; also
a visit to tbe fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorman are at the
midwinter fair, going up last week.
Mrs. Senator Carpenter is convalescing
from her illness.
Some vile vagabonds who prowl
around at night, too cowardly to do their
evil deeds in daylight, cut two very
large, handsome orange trees in boxes
near the door of Captain Kenfro's drug
„,„, ' .<rr *nwn signs and slates, and
meet with ?-<-y Q whloh
were known. •
Mrs. Pemberton does not seem to im
prove any since being brought ont to
her sister's, Mrs. A. S. Gray's.
A shooting scrape occurred below
Downey on Wednesday night at the
ranch of Mr. John Cocke, where his
two sons are farming. A hired man
named Oram was tbe one who received
the birdsbot in the fleshy part of tbe
right arm, one or mere shot striking on
inside part of thigh, The man does not
seem to know who did tbe shooting, or,
rather, tells two stories about it. No
particulars could be obtained,
A Mr. T. F. Swan died out near Old
river who is an Odd Fellow who hails
from Ames, lowa.
John D. Ardis has received an ap
pointment as deputy under Hon. John
T. Galley, collector of Port Los Angeles.
POMONA.
Two Hobos and Their Little Game-
News and Personal mention.
Pomona, March I.—The ease with
which two "hobos" have been obtaining
money from, and thereby "doing" tbe
neighborhood, in the last day or two, is
only equaled by the brazen cheek which
these fellows possess.
Going from bouse to bouse they offer
stationery for sale, incidentally remark
ing (if you happen to be wearing
glasses) that you wear glasses, "I have
a pair here (withdrawing a pair from bis
pocket) I found in the train betweetn
bere and Oakland, They are of no use
to me, I'll sell tbem at a bargain. What
was it you gave for tbe pair you are
wearing? $3.50? well, I'll take *2 for this
pair," and the scamp forthwith, in the
above instance, succeeded in making a
sale at that price, to a lady wbo wishes
now she "hadn't," for it has been
learned the precious rascal had "in
»tock" 10 dozen pairs to defrand 10
dozen other mortals. These exceedingly
glib talkers were cut short in their little
game by being arrested by City Mar
sbal Lorbeer, yesterday, upon suspicion
of being principals in a $1000 jewelry
robbery in Los Angeles within the pas t
week or two, and held on apprehension
until today to have the property identi
fied if possible. However, after exam
ining the "stock" the interested party,
who came up from Los Angeles, failed
to identify and the two prisoners were
discharged, more the pity.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Brown are visiting
in Los Angeles today.
New uniforms will be tbe go for the
boys of company D, N. G. C, in a few
days, part of the consignment having
been received on Monday last. An in
spection will be held a week from Satur
day night by Major J. A. Griffin at their
armory.
The Woman's council will hold its
next regular meeting on Monday after
noon, March sth, at 2:30 p. m. An able
paper will be given by Mrs. Helen M.
Taylor on Practical, Sanitary and Econ
omic Cooking. Everyone is invited.
Col. J. L. Howland is in Los Angeles
today on business.
F. O. Beck and wife of St. Joseph,
Mich., friends of Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Brown, are visiting in Pomona.
Mr. Joseph Quintan, who left for tbe
east a short time ago with his invalid
wife, is expected to return soon and
settle up his business interests in this
place, having on the advice of physicians
decided to make the east his permanent
home, his wife's health being better
there.
Mr. I. J. Manby leaves tomorrow for
Los Angeles, where he will be connected
with the Columbia bicycle agency of
that city.
FEBRUARY AND MARCH.
What the Weather Haa Been and Prom
isee to Be.
The weather bureau furnishes the
following summary of the weather for
Februaryi
Mean barometer, 30 13; highest,
30.34: date, 23d; lowest, 29.70; date,
10th.
Mean temperature, 51; highest, 73;
date, 26th; lowest, 35; date, 11th;
greatest daily range, 30; date, 26th;
least daily rang*. 8; date, 10th; mean
for thia month for 16 years, 55; total
deficiency during month, 98; total de
ficiency sine* January Ist, 71.9.
Prevailing direction of wind, west;
total movement, 2794 miles; maximum
velocity, direction and date, 30, north
west. 10th.
Total precipitation, .49 inches; num
ber of days on which .01 inch or more
of precipitation fell, 3; average for this
month for 16 years, 3.37; total de
ficiency during month, 2.87; total defi
ciency since January Ist, 4.90.
Number of clear days, 12; partly
cloudy days, 14; cloudy days, 3; dates
of frost, 2, 9,11, 12,13, 17, 18, 26, 27;
mean dew point, 38; mean relative hu
midity, 69.
The chief of tha weather bureau re
quests the publication of the following
data, compiled from the record of obser
vations for the month of March, taken
at this station for a period of 16 years.
It is believed that the facts thus set
forth will prove of interest to the public
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many, many times, if you could put in a line all the
packages, of Pearline that have \<"/ been used. Think
of it! \ Hundreds of £yi\ null ions of pack
. >s> >to. v-? 5/ > \ ages, to mill-
ionsofdiffer
j mmmv ent women ;
2 ff&« IrjfcjlCL '***" eaCh °" c ° f
. w|?if f these women
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They've no fault to find) SP* ,N w ; t h it, but are
y using more and more of it every day * doesn't all
V this move you to try it for yourself, and see if you won't
be just as well pleased? Crossing'the ocean is easier,
*?and quicker, and safer, than it was fifteen years ago. So
/ is washing clothes. The latter is due to Pearline. '
Q* J Peddlers and seme unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as"
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ditions of the more important meteor
ological elements and the range within
which such variations may be expected
to keep during any corresponding
month.
Mean or normal temperature, 57 deg.;
the warmest March was that 1885, with
an average of 62 deg.; the coldest Marc h
was that of 1880, with an average of 52
deg.; the highest temperature during
any March was 90 deg, on Maroh 29,
1879; tha lowest temperature during any
March was 31 deg., on March 9, 1893;
average date on which last "killing"
frost occurred in spring, none.
Average for the month, 2.86 inches.
Average number of days with .01 of
an inch or more, 7.
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 12.36 inches, in 1884.
The least monthly precipitation was
.01 of an inch, in 1885.
Tha greatest amount of precipitation
recorded in any 24 consecutive hours
was 3.18 inches, on March 3 and 4, 1884.
The greatest amount of snowfall re
corded in 24 consecutive hours (record
extending to winter of 1884-6) was none.
Average number of cloudless days, 12,
Average number of partly cloudy
days, 12.
Average number of cloudy days, 7.
The prevailing winds have been from
the west.
The highest velocity of the wind
during any March was 46 miles, on
March 12. 1881.
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MEERSCHAUM AND AMBER PIPES,
Importer of Briar Pipe*. Pipes Repaired.
264 (jCUTH BROADWAY. 3-2 lm
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j m many delicious beverage?, Richness L
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jj 'jGail Borden |
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31 j 4 1 V i\ / Atv —~ Condensed Milk. For more" t>an nj
I/ | H f/fifaLsti If X - t nirt y years the Eagle brand EJ
[ f *<• \' 'J nas stooc " lne test| nIS perw B
feet satisfaction to the American C
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ll] _*J Export Trade. It Is tha Best, It P
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,1 Yon can use it tor general household purpose*.
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THE MORE PEOPLE SEE OF
EAST WHITTIER
The better they like it for location, soil, climate, outlook, water, the
show it is making in nursery stock, citrus and deciduous fruits and win
ter vegetables. Bast Wbittier peas are selling now at 5 cents a pound
plenty of'em, too, when others have none. That's how to make'era
pay. No marks of frost here—tomatoes are gone, that's all; everything
else O. K. The Leffingwell Ranch, the finest unsold property in Los
Angeles county, is now on the market; $200 per acre below, and with
water; $100 per acre above, and without water. The East Whittier
Land and Water Co. handles no outside lands, but sell their own 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 sell
so low—s2oo for land and water. Don't miss the chance to get a tract
and act your lemons this season. See our lemons at the Chamber of
Commerce and Midwinter Fair—oranges, too—then come and see us and
buy. Call on S. X LINDLEY, 106 Broadway, for folders, maps, etc.,
and come to Whittier and see
A. L. REED, General Manager,
WHITTIER, CAL.
BANKING HOVJBKB.
THE NATIONAL BAM OF CALIFORNIA
Report for Year Ending Dec. 30, 1893.
RESOURCES. I LIABILITIES,
C»s> on hand and in bane $120,183 38 Capital atoek paid In In coin $250,000 00
United Statenbonds _ ir>9,500 00 Surplus S'V?S XX
X. ; «Joena 113,522 83 Undivided profits 2,1/7 00
Regular to¥2" ":: <» <i«K!ulat.ion 135,000 00
H. Bool bonds and .Utier 20,401 05 Deposits v ,- -, M £50,226 80
Furniture and fixtures 6,045 00
Keal estate , 27,054 20
— • . .
$643,403 SO I $643,403 80
The National Rank ol California is one of the few banks that successfully stood the shock
of the late panic and maintained full coin payments right through.
The National Bank ol California pays no interest on deposits in any form, offers no special
inducements for business other than reliability when the customers exercise their right to de
mand their money.
In the metier ol loans ii looks more to reliability than high rates of Interest, and rTesires no
loans exrfept from good and reliable partiea, and tuen exacta good security, believing that no
bank is better or more reliable than Its loan*.
SDI RECTORS*
O. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFBKILL, M. H. SHICKMAN,
W. L. GRAVIES, S. F. C. KLOKKB, GEORGE I&VLNB, X. N. MCDONALD,
W. B. DkVAN. T. E, NKWLIN. A. HADLEY. JOHN M. 0. MARBLE.
Security Savings Bank and Trust Co.
Uft SOUTH MAIN STREET,
FIVE PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
CAPITAL STOCK, a> « « c . 8200,000,
OFFICEaja
F.N. MYERS, President. MAURICE a. HELLMAN, Vice-President.
T. W. PHELPS, Caahier. W. D. LONG YEAR, Assistant Cashier.
DISECTOKR
T. L. Duque, Maurice S. Hellman, J. H. C. Marble, J. A. Graves,
H. L. Finney, J. H. Snanltland, C. H. Sessions, J. H. Harris,
J. F. Bartori, F. N. Myers, T.W.Phelps.
eTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
V-/ N. W. Cor. Second and Spring Sta., 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. G. COCHRAN*, Prea t. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, Ist V.-Prea't. JAB. F. TOWELL, 2d V.-Prest.
JOHN W. A. OFF, Caahier.
DIRECTORS.
H. J. Woollaeott, W. P. Gardiner, A. A. Hubbard, O. T. Johnson,
Geo. H. Bonebrake, Fred O. Johnson, VT. G. Cochran L. F. Ball.
. M. Green, John W. A. C""", Jamea F. Towell. 8-9 tf
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
101 S. Spring at., Nadeau block
L. N. BREED President
WM. F. BOBBYHHKI.L Vice-President
C. N. FLINT Cashier
W. H. HOLLIDAY Assistant Caahier
CapfUl, paid in gold coin $200,000
Burplusand undivided profits 25,000
Authorized capital 500,000
directors:
L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Averv,
Silas Holman, W. H. Hollidey, K. C. liosby
ahell, M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Hemic*,
Thomas Ooaa. Wm. F. Hosbyahell.
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DIYOSITORY,
Capital $500,000
Surplus 67,500
Total 557,500
GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE, President,
F. C. HOWES, Caahier.
B. W. COE, Assistant Caahier
DIRECTOR*.
George H. Bonebrake, Warren Gilleleu, P. M
Green. Chas. A. Marrlner. W. 0. Brown, A. W
Fraucisco, B. P. Johnson. M. T. Allen, F. 0
Howes. 9-15 tf
THIRST NATIc-iwAL BANK OF LOS ANGELES
CAPITAL STOCK.... $400,000
SURPLUS 200.000
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. Q. KKRCKHOFE V.-Pres.
FRANK A. GTMsON, Cashier.
O. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cash'r
DIKRCTOUS:
3. M. Elliott, J. T>. Blcknell,
s. H. Molt, H. Jevne,
J. D. Hooker, w. (J. Patteraon,
Wm. G. KerckhofT
LOS AN9BLEB SAVINGS" BANK,
No. 230 N. Main at.
Capital stock $100,000
Sutplua 35,500
H. W. Hellman. Frei't. J. E. Plater, V.-Prat't.
W. M. Caswell. Cashier.
Directors—l. w. Hellman, R. 8. Baker, H. W.
Hellman, J. E. Plater, I. W. Hellman, jr.
Interest paid ou deposits. Money to loan on
first-class real estate. 11-1 ti
AIN STREET SAVINGS BANK AND
Trust Company
Capital $200,000
426 S. Main st., Los Angeles, Cal.
J. B. LAN X X RBUIK . .., President
& C. HUBBELL ~ Vice President
J. V. WaCHTEL .-. Caahier
H. W. He.'»»■•. K. Conn, J. H, Jones, O. T.
Johnson, W. G. KerckrctT, H. W. O'Melvoney.
Interest paid on all deposits. nr. > tf
I FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
1 Los Angeles, Cal.
Oldest and Largest Bank In Southern
California,
Capital (paidlip) 500,060
Surplus and profits 780,000
Total tijiaojioo
omcimi
IBAIASW. HELLMAN President
HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vloe-President
JOHN MILKER Caahier
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
DIBBCrORSI
W. H. Perry, Ozro W. Child*, J. B. I anker -
shim, C. E. Thorn, C. Dneommou, H. W. Hell
man, T. L. Duque, A. Glasaell, I. W. Hellman.
Exchange for sale on all the principal cities
of tbe United States, Europe, China and Japan.
BANK OF AMERICA,
FORMERLY
LOS ANGELES COONTT BANK,
Temple Block,
Capital stock, paid up $300,000
„ OFFICERS!
JOHN E. PLATER President
ROBERTS. BAKER Vice-President
GEORGE H. STEWART Cashier
DIRBCTORSI
Jotham Blxby, Chas. Forman, L. T, (Hrnsey,
Lewellyn Blxby, K. a. Baker, John B. Plater,
Geo. H. Stewart.
UNION BANKOF SAVINGS
CAPITAL STOCK. $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
officers and D'eccroaia:
M. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. HcVay
M V..- M Carturr
C. G. Harrison S. H. Matt R. M. Baker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON OEPQBITB
CITIZENS BANK,
Stimson Block, Third and Spring.
T. W. Broiherton, President.
S. C. Lowe. Vice-Pree't
F. D. Hall, Caanicr.
DIRECTORS.
T. D. Stimson, L. W. Bltna.
A»irew Mullen, J. M. Hale,
E. J. Waters, J. Parelyai,
Kober: Bala, 10-7 tf
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