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Weather Bureau.
Report ol observations taken at Los Angeles,
June 3. 1594:
»r. | Thar. RH'm
.031 52 | 84
.Oil 66 I 58
a. m.
Mavimum temperature, 72.
Minimum temperature, 52.
Indications.
For Southern California: Fair weather,
nearly stationary temperature, light to brisk
westerly winds. ______
Bnilding improvements in the Wolf
■kill orchard tract are etill going forward
with undiminished rapidity.
There is an undelivered telegram at
the Western Union telegraph office, at
the corner of Court and Main streets, for
Ed R. Willard.
Grand Opera House—Saratoga this
(Monday) evening, June 4. Prices—
Gallery, 15 cents; balcony, 25 cents;
parquette and dress circle (reserved) 50
cente.
William Lander, who resides with hia
family on Washington street, near sta
tion 1), was arrested by Officer Arguello
at 9 o'clock last night, and charged with
disturbing the peace. Lander was un
der the influence of liquor.
The Vegeterian society of Southern
California ineeis Monday evening, June
4th, at Pr. Gossman's 630 South Broad
way, at 7:3() sharp. Mr. 0. 8. Raggs
will lecture on Hygiene and Vegetarian
ism. All interested are cordially in
vited.
United States Marshal Nicholas Gov
arrubias has appointed as a depnty W.
J. Cakes of San Luis Obispo, formerly
sheriff of that county. The only dep
uty in this city, at least for the present,
will be F. B. Goodrich, who held the
position under ex-Marshal George Gaid.
Robert L. Coutß, one of the cityjailers
who resigned from the police force, de
sires it stated that the intimation in an
evening paper that he resigned on ac
count of rumors of his crueity to prison
ers, is utterly false. No such reason is
given by the gentleman, and he resigned
oi bis own accord.
Trains on the Los Angelee Terminal
railway yesterday wete filled to thiir
Utmost capacity by passengers going
either to the bench or mountains. The
weather waa favorable for a trip either
way, so that persons wishing to visit
Long Beach and Terminal Island en
joyed favorable conditions tor snob
recreation, while those preferring a t ip
to Rubio caflon and no Mt. Lowe we o
equally well provided for by the weathur
clerk.
Tbe Humane society is doing much
good in its attempts to punish those
whose minds do not admit of any other
but brutal treatment of man or beast.
Last Saturday Humane Officer Wright
arrested W. H. McKee, a lumber man,
for cruelty to his horses. He is charged
with beating the animals with an iron
rod and a large scantling. The case will
be tiled iv Justice Seaman's court next
Tbnreday. CP. Dorlaud swore to the
complaint.
ZIGGLER'S WIGGLES.
A Warrant Out for ■* Theatrical Ad
vance .t£ lit.
Edward F. Ziggler came to the city
last October as the advance representa
tive of the Evans & Sontag theatical
bouse. He pot up at the Hollenbeck
hotel and after becoming indebted to
the extent of $25 or $30, left very sud
denly withont payiag any bills,
Tbe other day he came to the city
again and accomplished the same trick
for tbe second time. He got out barely
in time to avoid being arrested, for the
Hollenbeck managers swore out a com
plaint charging him with defrauding a
hotel.
If be ever ebowa np again he will be
arrested.
Property Ownnrs, Take Notice 1
Property owners will take notice that
tbe semi-annual interest on rll bondi
issued for street improvement will be
delinquent the first day of July, 1894.
If the interest is not paid before that
time your property will be subject to
sale, tbe same as for delinquent taxes.
H. J. Hhoulteks, City Treasurer.
Smith's Dandruff Pomade
Cures dandruff and stops falling hair;
never fails. At OtT & Vaughn's, drug
gists, Fourth aud Spring streets.
Tr.rkey Dinners
Served evenings at the Cosmopolitan
dining, hall, 21'J West Second Btreet; 25
cents.
For a ttood table win ■ order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at 50cper gal. T. V 7 ache & Co.,
Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 809.
JOTTINGS.
If You Are Troubled
With weak lungs, consumption, dyspepsia or
lots of appetite drink Roxbury Rye, the purest
rye whisky madeiu the United States. Sold In
bottles only by H. J. Wollauott, sole agent iur
nuthern California.
Mirrors ol all descriptions are now h-Ing
snade In this city, and can be had at a great
saving over what you have been paying lor
them. French bevel piate glass is slso made lo
order by the same hou-e at satisfactory prices.
U. Raphael & Uo„ 410 S. Spring sireet.
Our Home Brew.
Maler A Zobelein's lager, fresh from their
brewery, on draught iv all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs
Office and brewery, 414 Aliso street, lele
phone 91.
For Fire Insurance at Reduced Rates
Call on W. R. Burke & Co., 213 XN. Spring St.
kgohts Mutual Fire aud Broadway Insurance
companies oi Sew York. Telephone 1203.
Attention, Ladies!
Cherries and currants at wholesale prices
the finest aud most delicious in tbe market at
Allbouse Bros., 105 W. First st. Tel. 398.
Wagner's Kimberley.
ISSN. Main St., headquarters for specs and
.■ye-glasses; low prices. Eyes examined free
Li charge. Watches and jewelry repaired.
John Beckwith & Son.
llie druggists, corner of Spring and Temple
Crests, have tbe finest soda fountain in the
I y. loe cold drinks ol every kind.
Christopher's, 241 S. Spring St. Tel. 303.
leading confeelionery aud Ice cream fae
ry. Catering a specialty. Ice cold drinks.
Finest Variety and Cheapest.
'.ace in town for flßh. game, oysterß, terrapins,
Hl' fred llaulman's, Mott Market.
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's
gatiafactlon, promptness, reatonaLle. 454-50'
i. Broadway. XeL 427.
Dr. D. F. Diffenbacher, Dentist.
No. 119J4 S. Spring street; rooms 4 and 5.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman st Co., 240 j). Spring sU
HUGO TOLAND'S DOLLAR.
How He L.esrne«i Horn* Principles of
For*, en Ixohangt.
Tbe distance from El Paso, Texas, to
Mexico, is proverbially known aa "only
a stone's throw ;" in other words, it is
just over tbe line, says the San Fran
cisco News Letter. Both are drinking
towns, aad tbe dispensers give more at
tention to quantity than they do to
quality, but the poor brand does not
prevent the tenderfoot from getting in
toxicated.
Hugo Poland, wbo bas been in tbat
part of the country, had had instilled
into him while a school boy the idea
that 100 cente made a dollar, and tbat if
he kept bis eyes on main chances he
would suddenly become rich. When he
went to Texas for bia health he did not
heed the advice of hie school days, aud
when be reached El Paso be made
friends with the "sporty" element, who
found the actor an "easy mark." His
money flowed like water, and he soon
fonnd that he waa "broke." The hotel
keeper refused bim furtber credit, and
bia friends wbo had helped bim spend
bis money never had any of their own,
aud consequently poor Toland was in a
fix. He telegraphed home, and while
waiting the necessary funds paid his
lirat visit to Mesa with the only dollar
that he had left.
Tbe dollar was a Mexican one, and in
Mexico it was worth 20 cents more than
an American dollar. The first place that
waa visited by the versatile gentleman
of the society stage was a saloon, where
tbe Mexican piece wae tendered in pay
ment for a drink. Having no small
change the attendant gave in exchange
an American dollar, the difference in
value bomg the price of the drink. Tol
and returned to El Paso feeling thirsty
again, went to a saloon, and tendered
the American dollar for a "pony" of
whisky. This time the change handed
bim was a Mexican dollar, which was
valued at 80 cents in the United States.
Realizing that an excellent time was
possible at no exoense to himaelf what
ever, Tolaud continued biß trips between
El Paso and Mesa. At sundown he had
his original dollar, and was celebrating
in a large, international style.
THE FACTORY FIRE.
The Lou of Bishop & Co. Less Than
Upon looking into tbe situation in the
burned candy and fruit crystalizer fac
tory of Bishop & Co., at Seventh and
Alameda streets, yesterday morning,
tbe firm learned that the loss was not ne
serious as was at first ttiought.
Tbe damage to machinery in far less
than waa estimated Saturday night.
The stock on the firßt floor will be
largely saved. There will probably not
be a greater loss than $10,000, covered
fully by insurance.
A lose of 16000 was caused to the
building, with ns much insurance.
MEMORANDA.
The Keating, following closeiv on its
victory of April 7th (East Side roa;i
race', has now to record the iatest at
Ventura, May Ist, winning the seven
mile road race against 16 competitors.
Sold by Hawley, King A Co., 210 and
212 N. Main sr., Los Angeles.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorser, Stimnon
block, second floor, rooms 129, 130, 131.
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases of women and
children. Electricity scientifically used.
Consultation hours, 1 to 6. Telephone
1227.
See tbe latest novelty for children,
jist received at Lichtenberger's art em
porium, 107 North Main street. He car
ries the most complete stock of artifi
cial flower material and tissue papers.
8. Couradi, optician, watchmaker and
ieweler, has removed to 113 South Spring
street. Fine diamond setting a specialty.
Watches, clocks and jewelry carefully
repaired and warranted.
Come in and see what the Cosmopol
itan Dining hall, 219-221 West Second
Btreet, ia doing lor its gueata. It has
made some important changes. Meale
25 cents.
Best rem.9dy for irritating bronchial
cough and eoreneaa iv the lungs is Row
ell'BCoogh mixture, We recommend it.
A. E. Littleboy, 311 South Spring street.
Special,—For a short time only, finest
enameled cabinet photoß in the city, re
duced to $1 per dozen. Snnbeam Art
Parlors, 230 South Main Btreet.
Adams Bros., dentists, 2390 South
Spring street. Painleßs tilling and ex
tracting. The beßt sets ol teeth Irom $6
to »10.
Pianos for Bale and to rent; tuning and
repairing. Second-hand pianos at a bar
gain. A. Q. Gardner, 118 Winston St.
Dr. M. H. Williams, epecialiat in all
bead, throat, cheat, blood and nervous
alllictiouß, 127 South Broadway.
Max Meyberg.'Esq., will present cer
tißcates and prizes at tbe School of Art
and Design, on June sth.
Mre. Dr. Wells—Office in her brick
block, 127 E. Third street. Specialty,
diseases of women.
Go to the Bryson Lumber company
for the best lumber; finest line in the
city. Office, 207 W. Second street.
Sharp & Samnon, funeral directors
(independent),s3o S. Spring st. ; tel. 1029.
All kindß of sewing machines repaired
at 128 South Main street; ceedlea, oil.
Sewing machines, in good working
order, for |5 each, 128 S. Main Bt.
The Advance Davis sewing machine is
the best. Office 128 S. Main Bt.
Dr. Wallace A. Dnuton, 304 N. Main,
opposite St. Elmo; tel. 1159.
Dine at the Hollenbeck cafe, the only
select place in Los Angeles.
All kinds of eewing machines for rent;
128 S. Main Btreet.
F. R. Cunningham, dentist, Califor
nia Bank building.
Insure with A. C. Goleb, 147 South
Broadway.
Mexican leather carver, Campbell's
Curio atore.
Dre. Rogers & McCoy, Bryßon block.
Rooms $2 a week. U. S. hotel.
HOTEL. ARRIVALS.
HOLLENBECK.
J IT Fannin, Philadelphia; F V Simmonds,
J M Fair, Sew York; D W Weldt, San P.-dru;
H A Oargili, Rrookshiiret; L Wriirht, Trenton
Tenu; <: L liayeli,rl. L W Buchanan, w P
Fielding, M S Alexander. Mr and Mis W L
3 X Thornton, 0 PKuertou, (J T rJ.ib*t,
Han Frauclseo; X T Williams, Venlura: Mr and
Mrs O Couover, Virginia. I Hi Mrs J O Mi Quaid,
Miiis 1 Thompson, Han Diego: (J P Staev, Chi
cago; R granger, National City; Mrs t Shaw,
Denver; F A Ashley, Witeryllle; c X Dedrlen,
Ann Arbor, Minn; J A Kaltr, Boston; M Greeu
jeaf, Yuxa; M Coldwater, Prescott; A Frank,
Arizona; F J Crank, Ventura; U W J v .
Kcdundo.
Kckstrom does the wa 1 paper businem of
the city. He has a arge stock, good last; and
correct prices. J0» S Mjlu st.
-50 envelopes, 90c; .ira writing pap:-r, 25c
i.angstadter, 1214 W. Second, Hollenbeck hotel
Wall paper hung, locroil; 328 8. Spring.
Vise German Family Soar.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNTNTO. JUNE 4, 1804.
HOW TO BECOME POWERFUL.
Sandow Gives Some Pointers
About Taking Exercise.
It Is Mot Difficult to Develop the
Muscles.
Th* Strong Man Has Wall D-flusd
Ideas Upon thn Bnbjnet—Whnt
Una Should and Should
Mot Dv.
"Yon ask me the best way to get
strong," remarked Sandow yesterday
afternoon at the Hollenbeck, speaking
good Kngliah with a noticeably Teutonic
accent.
"It is easy to tell and difficult to ac
complish," said the strong man, who at
the time looked very much like weaker
mortals in his conventional cutaway
coat and light trousers.
"I have given my views often, but if
they are of any uae at all, a repetition
will not do any harm,"
Bo saying, Sandow talked earnestly
and entertainingly upon the subject to
win. 11 he has given so much thought,
emphasizing his enthusiasm at times
with a delicate poke in the client that
made the recipient think an elephant
had shoved him.
"I think," he said, "that it is within
the power of nearly evaryone to develop
their muscular strength and furnish a
sound b »ly for their brains to work in.
01 course not all alike, because it is only
natu'&l that the degree of development
should he as various as human nature
itself.
"I am a believer in will power having
a very decided bearing upon tbe extent
to which physical development may be
carried. I know that it ia so iv my own
case, aud have no reason to doubt that
it follows as a rule. Without it I could
not possess the power over different
muscles in my body wbicb I can con
tract or relax nt will. ' It is by the culti
vation of this subjection of my muscles
to my will tbat I have succeeded in
carrying forward their development to
such a marvelons degree that it aston
ishes even myself. Muscles that in the
general run of people are dormant and
over which they exercise no control, are
subject to my will and obedient to ita
slightest manifestation. It is by tbe
exercise of all theae muscles by various
devices and motions that an equal mus
cular development has been possible.
"I know very well that lam not a
perfect man, as my manager frequently
has for purposes of advertisement said,
hut I know also thai by toe application
of certain broad principles I have devel
oped ail the muaceles of my body and
have acquired almost perfect physical
control over m/aeli.
"Yon want to know, I suppose, what
particular exercise 1 take? To one who
ins persistence for a good cause it is
simple. I have no very long and rigid
set of rales. I eat aud drink pretty
much what 1 like, although I drink in
moderation. I never have fouud emok
ing to hurt me aud enjoy it very much;
but that too, I do in moderation.
' I am no| mucli of an advocate myself
of a great deal that goes on in gymnasi
ums. What a man may do on the
ground ie beat, I think, I do not care
much for monkey tricks on the horizon
tal bars and all that. I have naed
dumb bolls more than anything else and
nave found that by various motions
with them I have been able to bring
nearly every muscle into play. The
dumO bells I use are light also. One
can even exercise certain muscles while
sitting down. I have done so frequently.
It is not well to overdo. When I am
tired 1 always stop and do not exhaust
myeelf unneceaaarily.
" The great point is to keep it np. I
have kuowu people who started in with
a great deal of enthusiasm to develop
their physical selves aud it would laet
about one week or une month. By that
time tbe desire baa oozed out of their
weak brains and they would continue on
in the even tenor of their weak physical
lives. A reasonably Bouud man may
bring himaelf into admirable condition
by observing rules of sensible living,and
taking persistent though not long con
tinued exercise.
"I very well remember how delicate I
was as a boy and 1 forced myself many
a time to exercise when I did not feel
like It. It is not a mysterious thing
this development of the musctej. It
does not need expensive apparatus and
long rules. Boys and girls, men and
women can do it all in their own homes
with us much ease as in a gymnasium.
"Of course thero are things 1 have
learned by study and long experience
thit tbe beginner does not know, and it
is not really essential that he should do
so in order to cultivate a healthy phys
ical personality. For instance. I have
made such a study of the different
muscles ol the human body that I know
them all by their technical names and
their exact location, and I can conse
quently be more perfect in my cultiva
tion of them. But nature takes good
care of her own handiwork and the boy
The Only nocture In Southern California Treating
of flQen Only.
No jvi(^^^
™fZ&_~ UWTBL CURE IS EFFECTED.
DR. TALCOTT & CO.,
New York Specialists for Private Diseases of Men,
COB. MAIN AND THIRD STS.,
(Over Wells-Fargo Ex. Office). Private entrance on Third St., T_oS A Iljjj-oles.
Seminal Weakness, Premature KJaoulatiou, Varicocele, fwlthont the knife or ligature),
Hydrocele, Warts, Blood Taints, Bladder and Kidney Discuses. Stricture aud (ileet result
ing from badly treated Oonorrhoea, quickly and permanently cured. Elderly men suffer
ing from Prostatic troubles, manifested by frequent urination, espeoialty at ulght, given
IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
t~ I_ rri Our Bbok on the Cause and Treatment of Seminal Diseases, together
I ri I— E- ' with rules of diet, exercise and sleep, by nsall. Strict Privacy Assur.d.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Powder
MIRE
who goes through dumbbell exercises
cultivates those muscles even if be doea
not know their namee.
"In my own case 1 have endeavored
to bring all my muscles to as perfect a
development as I knew how. Mv lifting
power is very great, but it has been
brought about by attention to each one
of the muscles. They all contribute
their share to tbe general result.
"I also think walking is a magnificent
exetcise. It is good for various muscles,'
for the wind, and for the mind aa well.
The mind itself is strengthened by its
exercise in securing control over the
musolea under its sway.
"All exercise tbat strengthens the
chest and increases ita power of expan
sion, are good. I have devoted particu
lar attention to that, and from my own
experience, I know that nothing gives a
person such a feeling of buouyancy as
that of large ana generoas lung oower,
and nothing is more important than
that npon which to build up a powerful
physical organization."
Sandow excused himself at this
point to get ready for his evening per
formance at the theater/
LITTLE WILLIES WORK.
When th* Panpl* 8»w It They Knew
.In»t What to Do.
Various kinds of things are exhibited
at tbe chamber of commerce, and the
average visitor, while frequently aston
ished at what be sees, never thinks to
question about tbe origin of or anything
else regarding some article tbat teems
more than usually odd. Recently a wag
happened to be observing the show
cases, and his eye fell upon a piece of
paper lying on the top of tbe glass. In
a moment of idleness one of the attend
ants had probably taken the green cir
cular and rolled it into one of the many
tonus learned only in one's school days,
and forgetting to throw it aside, bad
left it on the case.
This, however, enabled the other to
get in a little funny business, and while
nobody was looking he wrote tbe follow
ing on a card:
"Made by our little Willie, now in
heaven. His loving parents, John and
Mary Jones."
Trie sign was tben pinned to tbe de
sign in paper, and developments awaited.
Soon a young married couple came
wandering down the hall towards the
fatal spot. Inev were the regular
country pair; everything was honey,
and tbey were wrapped up in a sweet
obliviousness of their own. Ol course
they had looked at everything in the
hall, but yet seen nothing, and it was
while in this huppy state that they ap
proached tbe impromptu exhibit. It
was the wile who saw it first and in an
instant she bad called dovy's atteution
to it, and tben they viewed it together.
The eyes of the bride began to moisten
while the same far-away look stole into
ihe optics of trie groom. TrerntoiiiiKiy
she nestled to hie side; lovingly be
caught her hand and gave it a tende
pressure. Tben they looked into eacl
others eyes, sighefa, understood and
gently murmering about "poor little
Willie tbat died." sought the Pomona
exhibit table and swiped a couple of
limes to regale their drooping spirit
and dismiss the thoughts of prospects
And so hand in band, each with a lime
in the other band, tbey sorrowfully
wended their way down the stairs an<
out into the cold, unsympathetic work
Little Willies handiwork remained on
exhibit for several more hours, and
many were the tears oi sympathy that
wet the floor aa with dew on hie account.
Finally Clarence, the superintendent of
the exhibit that flaw kj haw for those
who appropriate parts of the citrus ex
hibit, became curious, and he also took
a peep at little Willies work. Clarence,
however, knew just what to do, too, and
immediately confiscated the "fake"
amid the murmurings ot disapproval
from tbe bystanders. He was eqnal to
tbe emergency, however, and proceeded
to guide the people to an iron grated
glass case where are kept a few of the
plums with which Hervey Lindley pro
poses to reward hia friend.', provided
the "reformers" do not reform him out
of his present lead pipe cinch.
Tlie Ladies.
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use the California
liquid laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all
conditions, makes it their favorite rem
edy. To get the true and genuine arti
cle, look for the name of the California
Fig Syrup Co., printed near the bottom
of the package.
Tbe wall paper dealer ol the city Is Kckstrom.
30i» H. Ms.in st,
SOCIETY.
A charming muaioale was given Sat
urday afternoon by Mtb. O. Modini-
Wood of South Pearl street. She waa
assisted in receiving by her mother,
Mrs. C. H. Perry, and Misses Padgham
and Kempton. The house was deoo
rated, and at the conclusion of the pro
, gramme refreshments were served. The
guests were: Mmes. John Gray, Gharleß
Monroe, Pickering, B. Johnson, M.
Hobbs, F. Thomaß, S. Salisbury, Orr,
Haralson, W. Scarborough, Jira D. Oole,
G. A. Mend, Charles Forman, Goodwin,
K. Hlaiadell, Charles Walton, J. A. Os
good, S. R. Caswell. Sheldon Borden, 8.
C. Hnbbell, 0. E. Thorn, Klokke. J. J.
Schallert, MacGowVn, G. Wiley Wells,
Albert Carlos, Jones, Boteford, Cnrhart,
W. D. Larrabee, J. S. Owens, J. P. Peck,
Kempton. I. J>. Van Nnys, Carpenter;
Misses M. A. Brown, Widney, O'Don
oughue, Davidson, James Klokke,
Dewey, Lock hart, Jevne, Forman, Helen
Fuller. Uarhart, Fuller, Kempton and
Padgham,
One of the swellest dancing parties of
the season was given jointly last Tues
day evening by Messrß. E. 3. Stiuißon,
W. A. Barber and W. H. Holliaay at
tbe new Tnrnverein hall. The hall
waa beautifully decorated with flowers
and potted plants, and daring the danc
ing punch was served by colored waiters
from bowls resting in huge blocks of ice.
itefroshments were served in the two
rooma adjoining the dancing hall, which
were ornamented with smilax, pansiea,
and further with handsome banquet
lamps. The affair was largely attended.
A surprise party waa tendered Misa
Clara Gates at ber residence, 1030 Al
pine Btreet, Friday evening. Games
and dancing were indulged in, after
which refreshments were served. Fol
lowing are the names of those present:
Misses Ramos, Hines, Mary Harnisch,
Josephine Wolfer, Lilly Harnisch;
Mesßrs. Neate, Duchworth, Alien, Fan
ning, Shoneman and Blanchard. The
music rendered by Blanchard & Shone
man was excellent.
The pupils of William Pintti gave a
piano recital Saturday afternoon at 2
o'clock in ths Blancbard-Fitzgerald ball.
The affair was one of the most success
ful held and well attended.
The pupils of Professor Henry J.
Kramer's juvenile classes will give a
reception and exhibition of fancy danc
ing Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in
Tnrnverein ball.
Wall paper, sc, T% ■ per roll: 338 3, Spring.
DIED.
tfsidimraor. Flo--- •
June X, Ism, Florence D., wife of Abra
ham Meyer.
Funeral from Immanuel church, Mond-iy,
June 4th. at 10 UO a.m. Friends of the family
Invited ;o attend.
MR. WHITE'S
a PRIVATE
W 1 DISPENSARY
DR. WHITE the oldest
established specialist, has
\ devoted more time (as city
2??s papers show) to the exclu-
TsV™issl' B ' v " treatment ol sexual
Bn< * cnron ' c diseases of
men and women than any
other advertising physi
cian in tins city. Blood
and skin diseases, red spots, pain in
boneß, sore throat and mouth, blotches
and eruptions of the skin, ulcers, painful
swelling, etc.; kidney and bladder dis
eases, frequent micturition, scalding, in
flammation, gravel, etc.; organic weak
ness, undeveloped organs, impediments
to marriage, nervous debility, impaired
memory, mental anxiety, absence of will
power, weak back, lost vitality, melan
choly and all diseases resulting from ex
cesses, indiscretion or overwork, recent
or old, speedily, thoroughly and perma
nently cured. "Where shall Igo to get
cured 1" many a sufferer asks, not know
ing whom to trust. Go where thousands
of others have gone and be restored to
perfect health, tbe comforts of home and
theenjoyment of society—to Dr. White's
old established office, located 8 years in
Los Angelei. All lingering chronic dis
eases that have been neglected or have
failed to yield to the treatment of less
skillful hands soon get well nnder Dr.
White's superior treatment, l'atienta
wishing speedy relief and sure cure
should consult Dr. White, whose long,
extensive experience enables him to ap
ply the proper treatment at once without
useless experiments, thus saving the
patient much time and expense. Office
and private laboratory, 128 North Main
etreet, Los Angeles, Cal. Out-of-town
patients treated by ma^ and express.
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J 330 N. Miln st, Los Angeles, ,J
I fiwer.u mmm md eubalmehs, ♦
s> I ir>l class equipment. Largeaud well X
+ selected stock. Reasonable aud lair +
s> prices, Careful and skillful treatnv-u!. 4>
1 Special attention given to einbaltni'ig e>
«> and shipping bodies io distant par's of e>
4> tlie country, calls promptly «>
e> attended to. 4>
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"sun baths.
Tt)e Lt>« Aote'et Cure hath and Massage In
stitute, 030 South Broad way New sctenoeof
heaiiug; uniform method of cure wltnout
medicine or operation; lirsl-class dioL Send
lor pros)ectus.
Dtt. L. SOSSMAMN,
Practitioner of Natural Therapeutics.
4-18 ly
A Chance For All Ladies.
We have a splendid line uf Bivr.ehos, mad 1 *
of soft, silky hair, stiort stems ami excellent
value in all shades of brown,
FROM SBI.SO UP.
Also grey hair switches at the sura; nrloe.
Bangs in all shades and styles, U.iir dyeing
aad bleaohlug successfully done at .he
IMPERIAL H4IK BAZAR.
Under the Socend at
THE NATIONAL BAI OF CALIFORNIA.
Report to Comptroller May 4, 18!) t.
RIBODRCEB. LIABILiriIS.
Cash on hand and tn bank $213,039 22 Capital ttook, paid In coin $250 000 00
Untied States bondt, 150 500 00 Hurpliis 11,000 00
Demand loans. . ... 5V0.221 32 UndlTided profits 7,000 30
Time loans 143 OSS 12 Clrcnlalton 135,000 00
School boi ds and other 10,143 00 Deposltl 381,90 a 01
Furniture and fixtures 6,045 00
Real estate. 27,904 U5
$780,509 81 $780,56fT31
The National Bank of California la onsnt the tew banks that saooPditulty stood the shook
of the late panic and maln'.atutsd lull oolu payments right through.
Tne Natloual Bank ol Ca itornla p.iys no Interest on dejoilts In any form, oft" trt no mes
ial Inducements far bullies* other in m ratability when cuitoinirs exorcise ihelr right to de
mand their money.
in the matter ol loans tt loik« mora to reliability thai fctgh rates of Interest, anldnlrat
ro loans except from good and reliable parties, aad theu exajts fool seuuilly, belluviug mat
no bank is better or more reliable than Its loans.
-KDIREOTORSK-
O. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNS' 'N, JOHN WOI.FSKILL, H.H.SHERMAN.
W, L. GHAVES, B. F. C KLOKKE, GEORGE IRVINE, N. W. BTOWII.L
W. 8. DeVAN, T. E. NEWI.IN. A. HADLBY, JOHN K. M AKBLB
IIIHN St. CMAkRI.C. '
OF LOS ANOKLK-.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000
SURPLUS 200,000
J. M. ELLIOT, President.
W. O. X KRCKH.OFF, V.-Pro»'t.
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier.
o'. B. SHAFFER, Au't Oaihier.
DIRECTORS:
J. M. Elliott, J. i>. Bloknel),
F. Q. Story. H. Jevnr,
J. 11. Hooker, W. c. Patterson,
Wm. G. Kerchhoft*.
STATE LOAN AN!) TRCS'IMJo
N. W. oar. second & Spring mi., Los Angelea
CAPITAL $500,000
UNDIVIDED PROFITS 42,500
A general banking business transacted.
Interest at 5 per cent paid on time deposits.
omcssti
W. Q. COCHRAN, Pros't
H. J. WOOLLACOTT, Ist V.-Pres'L
JAB. F. XOWELL 2d V.-Pres't.
JOHN W. A. OFF, Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
H. J. Woollacott, VV. p. Gardiner,
A. A. Hubbard, O. T. Johnson,
Geo. H. Uonobrake, Fred O. Jonnson.
W. G. Cochran, B. F. Ball,
P. M. Green, John W. A. Off,
James F. Towell. 8-9 tt
SAVINGS BANK]
:of Southern California
; 152 N. Spring St., Los Angeles, j
I OAPITHL STOCK. •100.000. 5
j —DIRECTORS— |
J. H. BRALY, Prest. BIMON MAIER.V.-P.
! W. D.WOOLWINE.Cashr. A.H.BRALY, Sec
V H. JEVNE, W. O. PATTERSON, F. A. GIBSON,
S J. M. ELLIOTT, 0. ». HAPSON, R. W. POINOEXTER
SAVINGS BANK,
230 N. Main street
Capital stock 9100.000
Surplus 35,000
H. W. Hellman, Prect. J. B. Plater, V.-Pres't
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Directors: I. W. Hellman, R. s Baker, H. W.
Hellman. J. E. Plater, I W. Hellman, Jr.
Interest paid on deposits. Honey to loan on
first class real eftale. 11 if
Modern In Always, np A HVJB^H^^ la^H^HHi^^a KE ß^^^^&B
with tne jJ^fInU^^HRf^^HHH^BBBnEK-
What we make a specialty oft __Um\\mm\mMm^SmmmWS^''
Woolen (ioods, Silks, Laces.
CHEAP FU ELI
UNION OIL COMPANY
OF CALIFORNIA
Is prepared to furnish Liquid Fnel cheaper than any other fuel
sold in California. It alxo manufactures Pnre Asphalts aud a
line of line Lubricants. ALL HOME FKOUUCT.S.
MAIN OFFICE, - - SANTA PAULA, CAL
no .ni/'uiru I Log Anqki.es, 135 Rait Second st'eet Tel 1174.
BRANOrIKb j Ban F:tA NCISCQ. 204 fallfornl* street. Te'.ifttm. 5 2 42t
COA L! COAL! COAL!
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON,)
? DOMESTIC.
CANNEL, )
NANAIMO, FOR STEAM.
WHITE'S CEMENT, COKE, CHARCOAL, ETC
FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HANCOCK BANNING,
IMPORTER,
Telephones 36 and 104.6. 130 We»t 3«eond Street.
NILES PEASE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER. IN
FURNITURE, CARPETS,
LACE AND SILK CURTAINS,
PORTIERES, OIL CLOTHS,
WINDOW SHADES,
LINOLEUMS, MATTINGS
BABY CARRIAGES, \A/ HOLESALE AND RETAIL.
337-3;19-3U SOI TH SHKINIt STKKKT, LOS ANUKLKS.
G A.WI7T 1 ILOR
INCORPORATED
312 SOUTH SPRING STREET, BELOW THIRD.
A new line of summer goods just received, which are being
made up at a great reduction in prices. Perfect fit guaranteed.
buy Yu"£Tof WILLAMETTE LUMBeI CO.
Manufacturers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
OREGON PINE AND HUMBOLDT REDWOOD '-<--
Mills, Portland, Ore. We make a specialty ol Mining Timbers.
MA:s 0 bT * gßr " B. F. VREEj^ND^gyt.
17URMF.R3 AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
' Los Angelea, cal.
Oldest aud Largest Back In Southern
California,
Capital (paid upl $ 500,000
Surplus and profits 780,000
Total $1,280,000
orriciiß*:
ISAIAS W. HELLMAN Preildont
11K KM AN W. HELLMAN VlOe-Piealdeut
JOHN MILNKR OasMec
11. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier
directors:
W. H. Perry. Ozro VV. Ultilds, J. B. Lauker
■hlm.C. E. Thorn, C. Djooiuiuiiu, H. VV. Mail
man, T. L. l.uquc, A. UlasJell, I. W, Hoilinau.
Rxrliaug" lor «.ate on all tbe principal cities
of tbe United states, Europe. Chtua and Juptu.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
101 S. Spring St., Nadeau block.
L. N. BREED President
WM. F 80-iIIYHHKLL Vioe-Pro-ldent
0. N. FLINT Cashier
VV. H. HOLLIDAY Assistant Cashier
Capital, paid in go:d coin $860,*00
furpius and undivided profits. 2.1.000
Autboriz-.d capital 500,000
DIRECTORS:
L. N. Breed, H. T. Neweil, Was. H, Ayerv,
Silas Uolman, W. H. Holllday, E. C. Ba«i>y
shell, M. Hagan. Frank Ruler, D. Rcinlok,
Thoi«. Oo»ti Wm. F. Boiliyshell.
UNION BANKOFSAVINGS
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
OFFICERS AN O DIRECTORS!
n. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay
Prest. Vms-IMI, t'Mlurr
C. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DErOSITOIIY.
Capital $500,000
Surplus 57.1100
Total 557,000
GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE, Presldeut.
WARREN GILLKLK.n, Vice-President.
F. C. HOW« 8, Cashier.
X W. COB, Assistant Cashier.
directors:
George H. Bonebrake, Warren Glllelen, P. M.
Green, Ohae. A. Marrlner, W. C. Browu, A. W.
Krauc sco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen, F. C
Howes. 9-151(

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