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RIOTING IN WEST VIRGINIA.
The Striking Miners Acting Very Ugly. Governor McOorkle Compelled to De clare Martial Law. Several Companies of Militia in the Field and Others Held Under Maroblns Orders—Strikers ISurn a Bridge. By the Associated Press. ¥ Ghablbbton, W. Va., March 2.—Mar tial law has been declared al Eagle. At noon Governor McOarkle received a dis patch from Major Banks, in command oi three companies still here. He aaked that other troops be aent to Powellton, five milea from Eagle, to protect the working minera from a threatened attack by strikers. The governor replied that he would not send troops unless he waa certain the aheriif'a posse conld not maintain order. The governor baa three companies of militia in readiueaa to march on short notice, and declares he ia determined to use every effort to maintain order. It ia suspected that the threatened attack ou Powellton ie a ruse to draw off the troops ao aa to attack Wyant'a men at Eagle. The atrikera outnumber the troopa and are armed with Winchesters, while tbe troops have only old army guns. Governor McOorkle issued oruers to Major Banka to give the sheriff such military aid aa he may need at Powell ton. The lateat advices from there are far from raaaanring. A telephone measage at 1 p.m. aaya a large body of atrikera ia approaching Powellton to drive out the working minera. The sheriff ia on the acene with a large posse, bnt he aaked the governor for troops. The governor is now in consultation with the military (ffiaera. The governor haa concluded to leave the troopa in camp for aome time. Bands of atrikera are moving around, and an outbreak ia feared if tbe soldiers are removed. A telegram received by Governor Mc- Oorkle aince midnight from Davidson, superintendent for J. M. Gill at Coal burg, 16 miles above here on the Cheeapeake and Ohio railroad, states that atrikera are congregating in large numbers, swearing they will burn tha Cheeapeake and Ohio bridge on the branch road from Coalburg to tbe Acme mines. The object in burning tbe bridge ia to prevent coal from be ing shipped from the Acme mines. Governor McOorkle ordered three more companiea of militia to be ready to pro ceed at once to the acene. Sheriff Sil urian summoned a poaee and went on a freight train to tbe acene of trouble. A apeclal at 2:30 a. m. aaya 30 men fired the Cabin Creek bridge at 2 o'clock. There are no hopes of aaving it. Powellton, W. Va., March 2.—Strik ers are preparing to attack a mine here. Thoy have asaembled in euch numbers and in such a threatening manner that Sheriff Banka haa telegraphed the gov ernor tbat troops are needed at once. Eagle, W. Va., March 2.—A1l waa quiet at the mines this morning. Tha etrikera, after a conference last night, went borne. The troopa will probably be withdrawn today. Y7BONl» oned In Bfexloo. Eli Pa3o, Tex., March 2.—Hugh Brice, who arrived from Mexico tbia morning, telle a great atory of wrong and suffer ing. He aaya fonr yeara ago be waa im prisoned for the mnrder of a man of whom be never beard and who died two yeara before he reached Mexico. He waa thrown into prison and hia feet chained and be waa not allowed to apeak to an American, and could not talk Spanish. All hia lettera were intercepted. He waa never given a trial, and finally secured hie liberty by giving the mayor of Pueblo, where he waa confined, $800, and the chief ef police $1000. He ia going to Washington to preea a claim for dam ages. He clalma to be a nephew of Sen ator Brice ef Ohio. AN UNDERGROUND DISASTER. Fatal Explosion or Gas In a Mine Near Kansas Olty. Kansas City, March 2.—Two men were instantly killed, two fatally burned and five others dangerously hurt in an explosion at the Kansas City Clay and Coal company'a mines near Leeda, six miles sooth of Kansas City, thia after noon. The dead are: Eagene Parker, colored, aged 30; Thomas Duggins, aged 21. Tbe fatally injured are C. L. Wileon, aged 55; West iiatterly, aged 28. Tbe mine had been condemned by the state mine inspector. The fans were ont oi repair and thia afternoon stopped for half an honr juat before the exploeion. A great amount of gaa accnmulated and it is supposed the explosion waa caused by a miner going into arcbamber which was filled with gaa. General Dim Murdered. La Paz, Bolivia, March 2.—News hag been received that the notorious General Daza has been murdered by a mob at Urjuni, General Daza absconded to Europe at the beginning oi the Chilean war with several hnndred thousand dol lars belonging <to the Bolivian treasury. For thia he was declared an exile and traitor. The Kearearge Inquiry. Brooklyn, March 2.—The Kearaarge inquiry waa dull today. Surgeon Craig stated tbat he examined the eye-sight of the outlooks on duty on the Kearearge when ahe struck. He found their eye eight perfect and their hearing normal. Mrs. Rockwell Is Dead. Pittsbubo, March 2.—Mrs. Louise Bockwell, the actress, shot by Pitcher McNabb Wednesday night at the Hotel Eiffel, died this morning. Her husband was notified yesterday and left California for this city at once. Adjourned Sine Die. Denver, March 2.—The legislature adjourned sine die at 11:30 tonight. A bill providing for the redemption of land sold under trust deeds was passed. The chattel mortgage law amendments were defeated. Fighting- Cases Dismissed. Jacksonville, Fla., March 2.—Corbet having been acquitted, the attorns general today nolle prossed the cast against Mitchell and the members of t) athletic club. Insurgents Defeated. Buenos Aybes, March 2.—lt is rep ed that the Brazilian insurgents Jt been defeated at Sarondi, losing killed, beside* many prisoners SANTA MONICA Sews and Personal Notes from tha Sea side Olty. Santa Monica, March 2.— E. D. Suits •ecelved yesterday a flue drove of cattle 22 head) from Phojnix, Ariz. The wheelmen here are becoming con liderably interested in the forthcoming road race over the east-side kite-shaped sourse, under tbe auspices of the East side Cycling club. J. B. Foleom & Co. have received a Sne line of new goods, which has taken the ladies' hearts by storm and tbe gents' purses. Recorder Willis has bad two cases linoe the recordsof hia office were turned over to him. Number one, Thos. Batch, a drunk and disorderly, who was fined $5 or five days, and ia taking a rest. Nnmber two, Angust TJshman, same of fense and fine, bnt the city is the richer in that ease. Al. G. Smith has opened the Star grocery in his naw building on the cor ner of Utah and Fourth straeti. Sntton's Uncle Tom company ap peared in thia well known drama at the epera home, last night, playing to a good home. The 5-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. 3. D. Dexter gave a charming birthday party this week to bis large circle of playmates. The ladies of tha Belief Corps had their pictures taken on Tuesday, in a group, in Martha Washington birthday costume. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Jones and daughter are expected to arrive home Sunday. Dr. R. S. Lanterman, I am happy to state, is convalescing. Dr. J. J. Place has moved to the Hotel Jackson, where he hae four superb rooms. He will rent his home on Third street. I. N. Dilley oi Norwalk, Conn., spent a few pleasant days with his daughter, Mrs* D. B. Schenck of thia place, re turning yeaterday. Andrew Stephens has purchased the Pacific gardens of the Grimminger estate. The rain act in on Friday evening and has kept at it ever aince, coming down continuoualy, although not pouring. LOCALS. Mr. T. R. Moore baa resigned from the position of delivery clerk at the poat office to accept an appointment in the county assessor's office. Misa Lelia J. Lewie baa been appointed to the posi tion, and a very acceptable one it ia to the general public. Thomas A. Lewis, who haa very creditably filled tbe position of cashier in the county auditor's office for the past 14 months, has resigned, and ac cepted tbe position of deputy assessor ior thia school diatrict. Taxpayers will conier a favor by aendiag in their as sessment lists promptly. A large number of our people would like to hear the Calhoun Opera compa ny, which will appear at the Loa Auge lea theater next week. Tha Southern Pacific wonld confer a favor by rnnning a theater epecial. The contract haa been let for the con struction of a fine two-story residence ior Roy Jones. A petition haa been presented to the county superintendent of acboola for the making of a new school district to be known aa the Malibn district. Judge J. G. Morgan continnea to im prove. Button's Uncle Tom'a Cabin company gave a rendering of that well-known drama at the opera houaa on Thn..J-- RECOMMEND MORE ROOMS. The Board or Education Will Recom mend So. The board of education aa a committee of the whole held a meeting laat night, in the office of the superintendent of achoola. It waa to consider tbe beat means of providing for tbe relief ef the crowded acboola. Mr. Ashman waa chairman of the committee, and Mr. H. P. Piatt acted aa secretary. After the reading of tbe recommenda tion of ex-Superintendent Frieaner, made a year ago for the immediate erec tion of 40 additional school rooms, for the accommodation especially of chil dren unable to attend school bnt a half day on aeeonnt of inanfficient ichool accommodations and the report of Superintendent Brown, made laat October, in which he recom mended 60 additional rooma, the com mittee proceeded to consider the prop osition before them, taking up the wards separately. The reault of the meeting will be a recommendation to the board, at the next regular meeting, to the effect that additional achool facil ities be provided as follows: Firat ward, four rooma; Second ward, eight rooma, Third ward, twelve rooms and a general assembly room for the accom modation of teachers' meetings and in stitute ; Fourth ward,twelve rooma; Fifth ward,four ro.oms; Sixth ward, ten rooms; Seventh ward, four or eight rooms; Eighth ward, four rooma; Ninth ward, four rooms. The high school building being crowded also with nearly 700 students tbe committee will probably recommend that a separate proposition be submitted to the people by which it will be decided whether they desire to erect a branch high school building in the southwest portion of tbe city. Some of the board would be willing to unite with Roaedale and other adjacent school districts in the erection of a union high school. The members present at tbe meeting were Meeers. Traak, Pepper, Stein, Aahman and Buebler. Unlike the Dutch Process % No Alkalies" mrafit ~ OK ~ Other Chemicals re used in the preparation of Oater KtVs fast Gocoa, is absolutely pure and soluble. • than three times the strength lixedwith Starch, Arrowroot and is far more economical, ss than one cent a cup. It jus, nourishing, and cash.it oy Grocers everywhere. «er&Co„ Dorchester, Mass. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNTNG, MARCIT 8, 1894. THIS IS CONSIDERED CHEEK. The City Council art! the Board of Supervisors. The County Legislators Are a Little Hot in the Collar. It Is ail Abont tlie Great Army of Un employed—Chairman Cook dives Vent to His Opinions. Chairman Cook of the board of county supervisors and the other mem bers of the boar.d are not very well pleased with the way in which they have been called on by tbe city council to aasiat in caring ior the unemployed in Lea Angelea. - They think an injustice baa been done by the city anthorities, and in plain language that tbe council haa displayed unlimited assurance and ignorance of what the board ia doing, when they aak the auperviaora to do what they ought to do themaelvea. "We paid ont in cash last year to in digents," aaid Mr. Cook yesterday, "(8,771. Thie was given principally to widowa with families of two or three to support. By giving them small monthly allowances they were able to keep from being a complete charge on tbe county at the county farm or hospital, where it would coat 30 cents per day for each person. "To another class, where we did cot think it wise to give money, we gave provisions of various kinds, amounting to $12,987 during the year. "At tbe present time we are spending fully $2000 a month outside of the county hospital and county farm, in caring for the aick and poor indigent class. With what the county ie expend ing for the county farm and hospital, where there are now between 300 and 400 poor and aick people being taken care of, the total amount is fully $8000 a month. Last year the county expended $78,154 in the care of the poor and indi gent classes of the county, and of these fully 80 per cent were directly from tbe city of Loa Angeles. "What is the city government doing in thia connection?" continued Mr. Cook. "They have been recently trying to care ior the unemployed, but there is no systematic expenditure of one dollar to care for the poor and needy." "In addition to what I have snoken about, we have looked after abandoned children, orphans and half orphans. "One vary considerable amount ex pended last year was in sending needy people hack to their homes, ao that they could be cared for there. Tbe amount bo spent was $1279.00. "I think, in view of the really big amounts the county haa spent in this work, it comes with somewhat bad grace for the city officiate to intimate tbat we should help the city. I do not think they have fully understood what the county haa done and is doing, and the great percentage of Loa Angelea people it haa cared for in this monner. "Still if the county conld do bo it would help along still more. The city can open streets and do euch work by direct assessment. This the connty cannot do. The law prevents us from expending any money except what we i i vj«d for. If we had the funds it the* ind^gen'l r, . Kft,; • Cf course we have ont, and very ca reunify" J& 8 5 ja, %jyUftjd ao used la only uaed after carefnl inves tigation. "I speak aa I have because I think an injustice haa been done to the connty authorities in the way our diapoaition to aasiat in caring for the poor hae been handled." COURT NOTES. Charles H. Forbes Wins—Ohlman Guilty of Petit Larceny—Mew Bolts. The contest over the appointment oi an administrator oi the estate oi Luisa de Forbes was brought to a conclusion yesterday. The hearing upon the con test by some oi the children oi Charles H. Forbes, against his appointment, was resumed beiore Judge York, and aiter argument the court denied the contest and appointed Mr. Forbes adminis trator, fixing his bond at $15,000. The trial oi Ohlman, charged with grand larceny in stealing a bicycle, was concluded in Judge Smith's court yea terday. The jury iound him guilty oi petit larceny, evidently ieeling sympa thy for the man. The prosecution ad mitted it was his first offense, but tbe proof was clear tbat he took the bicycle. He will be sentenced Monday. A decree of divorce wae granted by Judge Clark yesterday to E. Sorabjee from hia wife Mrs. Sorabjee, on the ground of her refusal to live with her husband as hia wife. The case went by default. I. H. Thomas was examined for insan ity beiore Judge Clark yesteray, and the hearing continued until today, in order that the man's family could be notified. He was found on the street by Officer Ditewig in a demented condition. + NEW SUITS. Cornelius Conneli vs. Sophie Fogle etal. Suit ior foreclosure for $1325.57. Maurice Kremer ye. Simon Maier. Snit for damages ior $5000 for injuries received by being run into by defend ant's horse and wagon. Petition by A. H. Goodwin to have John B. Slater appointed guardian of hia infant son, Albert Donald Goodwin. Marie Pernot and V, A. Pernot va. L. D. Rogers, constable. Suit for an in junction to prevent the constable from proceeding with a sale of certain prop erty. This suit arises out of the pre vious litigation in which Amelie Barr<s waa concerned, and the plaintiffs have applied to have the young girl's guard ian, recently appointed, removed. ROBBED THE VALISE. Ralph Lowell Charged With Taking a Friend's Property. Ralph Lowell, a young man who re sides with his parents on East Seven teenth street, was arrested early yester day morning by Detective Hawley aud Officer Boone on a charge of embezzle ment. It is charged tbat young Lowell bad been entrusted with a valise containing about $200 worth of goods belonging to Ed Stanley, who formerly worked in the house of H. J. Woollacott. Stanley gave his valise lo Lowell to ship by ex press to Sacramento, whither he ex pected to iollow in a day or two. Lowell, bo it ie claimed, removed the contents, forwarded the empty valise and sold the goods. By accident Stanley happened to see some of his clothes in a second-hand store, and could hardly believe bis friend had taken advantage of kirn. for Infants and Children. " Castorla la so well adapted to children that Castorla cures Colic, Constipation, I recommend It aa superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, liiarrhcea, Eructation, known to me." H. A. AacnEn, M. D., Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes tu> 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. V. gestion. Without Injurious medication. "Tho use of 'Castorla Is so universal and "For several years I havo recommended its merits so well known that it seems a work your ' Castorla,' ami shall 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." Edwin F. Pardee, K. D., CARLOS Mauttn, P. D., 12Sta Street and 7th Aye., New York City. New York City. The Cestafb Compant, 77 Murray; Street, New York Crrr. Modern In Ideas. Always : '''^B^^^* ITkTSZmnmm restored— B ~ 7 taiizer cures all nervousness or diseases of thegenerative organs, W <?3f firawW- H£t S3 such as: Ijont aianhood, t*l<'ep!cs«uen». Tired Feel \*\ / W X*T '\T »*nin« In the Back, Debility, Kimples, Head- S £3sJ %» eSAsJ ■<•*«■ Seminal Weakness, Nightly Kimlkkloiis, Impa le \ <u»HJ>i tency. 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Look at these prices for standard goods: Per ton Nitrate of soda $43 00 Bone meal 25 00 Fish CI us no 31 00 Bones. Meat aud Blood, due:! and ground togerner 26 00 Super Phosphate 23 00 Our goods are all first-class, and are delivered In quantities to suit at your nearest railroad ststion at the above fiauras. TERMS-CASH WITH ORDER. Highest prices paid for bones. CONSUMERS' FERTILIZER CO., 1100 MARKET feT&KBl', SAN FRANCISCO. 1-M dikw3<* SYSTEMATIZE your BUSINESS Bay a ('ash Register. Great Reduction in Prices. M 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 ana exchanged, repaired or ad justed. Satisfaction guaranteed. Edison Mimeograph and supplies. The San Francisco Typewriter Exchange, 310 CALIFORNIA ST., 3-27 14t SAN FRANCISCO, OAI* SOMETHING NEW~ THOS. GREEN, Butcher and Pork-curer, 518 W. SEVENTH STREET, Hereby informs the public that he will opeu on Friday, March 2d, THE PEOPLE'S MARKET With a select quality of Eoef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Poultry, Fish, Hams and Bacon, Butter and Kegs. Hoping to merit the patronage of the citizens of Los Angeles, he calls attention to the fact that he has had sn experience of thirty years in the business, and will guarantee satisfaction to those who give him a call. 3-1 7t Painless Dentistry Fine Gold Filling, . I®g /jjSr Vrf& SET TEETH, $8. STEVENS & SONS, lIC«is»#FaSS Rooms 18-19. fcKtVvU wE tVa fta 107 N. SPRING 8T '|FTOTIr^GOMINGIeTr 1 THIS WINTER SEND FOR A COPY OF The Palace Hotel Souvenir ,It will aid you iv the choice of a hotel. Secure apartments in advance by telegraph. PALACE HOTEL BAN FKANCI3OO, CAL. 12-28 6m F. W. CHASE. D. PECK, JAMBS BOOTH. PECK & CHASE CO., THE BROADWAY UNDERTAKERS 327 SOOTH BROADWAY. Telephone No. til. **JBs»'»sßssMßMaajWsaMsßs»aßßs^a R. W. PRIDHAM, BLANK BOOKS AND PAPER BOXES. REMOVED TO 110 AND 112 N. LOS ANGELES STREET NEAR FIRST. TEL. (H3, 715 i. BANKING HOIISBS. THEWIONAL BAI OF CALIFORNIA JL Report for Year Ending Dec. 30, 1893. RESOURCES. I LIABILITIES. Cash-on band and In bank $120,443 38 Capl .il stock paid In In c0in..„„5250,000 OC United States bonds 160,. r >oo 00 Surplus .._,.„. 6.000 04 Demand loans 118,523 63 Undivided profits .„... 2,177 04 Regu'arloans 195,407 24 Cironlatlon _ _.. 135,000 04 Hohool bonds snd other 20,401 05 DepoiiU ............ 250,226 8< Furniture and fixtures 0,045 00 Heal estate 27,954 20 $043,403 SO $(143,403 84 The National Rank of California Is one of the few banks that successfully stood tha sAecs of the lato pan.V and maintained full coin payrneets right through. The National Hank of California pay* no Interest on deposits tn any form, offers &• Special inducements for business other than reliability when the customers exercli* their right to de mand thsir money. In the matter of loans 11 looks more to reliability than high rates of interest, aad desires no loans except from good end reliable parties, and tuen exacts good security, believing that no bank is hotter or more reliable than lis loans. SID I RECTORS* 0. H. CHURCHILL, Q. T. JQHNSOIf, JOHN WOLFSKTLL, M. H. SHERMAN, W. L. GRAVES, K. F. 0. KLOKKE, OIORGE IaVINE, K. N. MCDONALD, W. 8 DkVAN, T. f. NEWI.IN. A HADLEY, JOHN M. 0. MARBLE^ Security Savings Bank and Trust Co. 148 SOUTH MAIN STREET, FIVE PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS. CAPITAL STOCK, - . - - - $200,000. OF If TO F. N. MYERS, President. MAURICE S. HELLMAN, Vice-President. T. W. PHELPS, Cashier. W. D. LONGYEAR, Assistant Cashier. DIKBCTOHft T. L. Duque, Maurico 8. Hellman, J. M. 0. Marble, J. A. Graves, H. L Piuney, J. H. Shaukland, C. H. Svsions, J. H. Harris, J. F. Bartorl, F. N. Myers, T. W, I'hulpi. OTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO. V-/ N. W. Cor. Second and Spring Sts., Los Angeles, Cal SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $1,000,000. PAID-UP CAPITAL, 8700,000. A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Time Deposits. OFFICERS. W. G. COCHRAN, Pres t. H. J. WOOLLACOIT, l-t V.-Pres't JAB. F. TOWELL, 2d V.-Prea't. JOHN W. A. OFf, Cathter. DIRECTORS. H. J. VToollacott, W. p. Gardiner, A. A. Hubbard, O. T. Johnson, Geo. H. Houebraae, Fred 0. Johnson, W. 8, Cochran I!. K. Ball. . M. Green, John W. A. Off, James F. Towell. 8-9 tf SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BAN X 101 8. Spriug St., Nadeau block L.N. BREED President WM. F. BOSBYf HELL Vice-President C. N. FIJNT Cashier W. H. HOI.i.IDA V Assistant Cashier Capital, paid In gold coin ».. .$200,000 Surplus and undivided profits 25,000 Authorized capital 500,000 directors: L, N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery, BliasHolman, W. H. Uollidav, E. C. Bosby shell, M. Hagan, Frank Rad r, 11. Remlcx, Thomas (joss, Wm. F. Bosbyshell. J OS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, UNITED STATUS DEPOSITORY. Capital $500,000 Buiplus 57,500 Total 657,500 GEORGE H. BONERRAKE, President. V. C. HOWES, Cashier. E. W. COM - , Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. George H. Bonebrake, Warren Gtllclen, P. M Greon. Chas. A. Mariiuer. W. C. Brown, A. W Francisco. E. P. Johnson. M. T. Allen, F. C Howes. 0-15 tl 108I OB ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, j No. 23U N. Main st. Capital stock $100,000 Surplus 35,600 H. W. Hellman. Prci't. J. B. Plater, V.-Pre»'t W. M. Caswell, Cashier. Director*—l W. Hellman, K. -t. Baker, H. W. Hellman, J. E. Plater, L W. Hellman, jr. Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on fir t class real estate. 11-1 ti M~"a7n STREET SAVINGS BANK AND Trust Company. Capital $200,000 42b 8. Main at, Lo» Angeles, Cal. J. B. LANKERSHIM President 0. C. HTJBBELL Vice President J. V. WaCIMJIL. ,„ Cashier H. W. Hellman. K. twtm. j, «. **nes, rt. T. Juhn#on, vv. o. Kerckboff, H. W. O'Melveney. interest paid on all deposit-;. 10-SB tf /CITIZENS BANK, \J Stimson Block, Third and Spring. T. W. Brothertoa, President T. S. C. Lowe, Vice-Pres't. F. D. Hall, Cashier. DIRECTORS. T. I). Stimson, L. w. Bllnn, Andrew Mullen, J. M. Hale, R. J. Waters, J. Percival. Rohe't Hale. 10-7 tf 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. East- Whittier peas are selling now at 5 cents a pound plenty of'em, too, whan others have noue. That's hjw to make 'em pay. No marks of frost here—tomatoes are gone, that's all; everything else O. K. The Lefnngwell Ranch, the finest unsaid property in Loa Angeles county, ie 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, aud know your title to land and water is parfect People are surprised when they came and see our lands, our water system, and the location and surrounding*, that we sell so low —$20p for land and water. Don't miss the chance to get a tract and set your lemons tnis season. See our lemons at the Chamber of Commerce and Midwinter Fair—oranges, too—then corns and see us and buy. Call on S. X LINDLEY, ios Broadway, for folders, mnps, etc., and come to Whittier and see A a L. REED, General Manager, WHITTIER. CAL. COAL! COAL! COAL! SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON, ) CANNEI \ DOMESTIC. NANAIMO, FOR STEAM. WHITE'S CEMENT, COKE, CHARCOAL, ETC FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. HANCOCK BANNING. IMPORTER, Tels. 36 and 10-17. 8-13 m AW West Secoaint, TTtARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK. OI i Los Angeles, Cal. Oldest and Largest Rank In Southern California, Capital (paid up) $ 600,000 Surplus aud profits... 780,000 Total f1.2-10.000 orrtCKRS? - ISAIASW. HELLMAN ?..President HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vice-President JOHN MII.NER Cashier H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cash let DIRKi tors: W. H. Pcrrv. Ozro w. I hlids, J. R Lanker >him,c. if.. Thorn, C. Uncommon, H. W. Hell man, 1. L Duque, A. Glasseil, I. W. Hellman. Exchange for sale on all tbe principal cltlei of tbe United States Europe, Chlnaaud Japan. ■of Southern California; I 152 N. Spring St., Los Anjtelca. j Q*PIT«t. STOCK, $100,000. < t —DIREOTORB — 5 i J. H. BRALY, Preat. BIMON MAIER.V.-P. < t W. O.WOOLWINE.Oashr. A.H.BRALY, Sec J ) ... .ti /NE. VV. C. PATTERSON, P. A. OISSON, S j J. M. ELLIOTT, O. N. HASSON, «. W. POINOEXTER J UNION BANKOFSAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. orncsna and directors! M. W. Stimson Wm. Fersuson W. E. MeVay Ftert. YloPmst. <" " C. G. Harrison S. H. Matt .R. M. Baker A. E. Pomeroy S. Ft. Butler INTEREST PAID tjrl CEPQBIT9 NATIONAL BANK?OF I.OS AKGXL* 6 CAPITAL STOCK.... 8400,000 SURPLUS 200,000 J. M. ELLIOTT, President. W. 0. KERCKUOFF, V.-Pies FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier. G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cash'r DIKKCTOHS: J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bloxuell, S. H. Mott, H. Jevne, J. D. Hooker, W. 0. Patterson, Wm f J IT »m V Vtnflf 3