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Weather Bureau.
Report of observations ttken at Los Angeles,
June 7, 1894:
6:00 a. in.
5:C0 p. m.
.08 6'J
.001 07
84 MB
58 W
2 Pt 01'y
«i Clear
■ v lmum temperature, 71.
Minimum temperature, 51.
Max Kaufman waa arrested last night
by Detective Auble for selling lottery
tickets. He had 80 or 90 ticket" in hia
possession.
Captain Jamea Temple of the Salva
tion army paid a $10 fine in the police
court yesterday for striking; a young man
named Grange.
Former residents of Colorado will join
in a state excursion over the Mount
Lowe railway on Saturday, June 9tb. A
good time is anticipated.
Mr. Bramerd Hanly, a newspaper man
of thia oity, has written and published a
little tale called The Modern Crnaoe,
being a etory of life on Catalina island.
Tbere are ondeiivered telegram! at
tbe Western Union telegraph office, cor
ner Main and Court streets, June 7 th, for
Luz Serna, George Yule, A. P. Pike, A.
D. Darling.
W. H. McKee waa fined $3 in the
police court yesterday for cruelty to an
imals. Ke brutally beat his overloaded
horses in making them draw a beavy
wagon up a steep hill.
Walter P. Galtireth, tbe printer ac
cused of grand larceny in stealing a bi
cycle Irotn Dr. 0. B. Dickson of 328,'_
South Sprinc Mreet, waa arraigned in
Judge Austin's court yesterday anil bis
examination set for June 13th, at 2 p.m.
Tbe thirteentn anniversary of the
Knights of the Maccaueen falls on Juue
11th. On Sunday, the 10th iust., an an
niversary aermou will be preached at
the First M. E. church at 7:30 o'clock
by the Rev. J. W. Campbell, pastor of
the church.
Marathon Lodge No. 182, Knights of
Pythias, at ita convention held Tutelar
evening, June stb, elected the following,
officers: Chancellor commander, W. 11.
Routzaher; vice-chancellor, Dr. W. E.
Pritcbard ; prolate, \V. K. Boyd; master
of work, J. C. Jones; master at arms,
H. E. Miller.
A. S. Brainard died at tha residence
of his father, at 412 South Sichel street,
yesterday morning. Mr. Brainard was
well known on the East Side and had a
host of friends. He was clerk of the
East Los Augeles Baptist church at the
time of hia death. The funeral will take
place irom said church at 2 p. m. toduy.
There will be a public discuasion on
tho queation of issuing lionda for con
struction oi good roada in this county,
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock, Knights
of Labor hall, 208 North Main street.
Judge R. M. Widney, Judge A. J. Utley,
Prof. W. C. Bowuiao aud othere will
take part in the discussion. The public
are cordially invited to attend.
The Ladiea.
The pleasant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use the California
liquio laxative, Syrup of Figs, under all
eonditiona, makes it their favorite rem
edy. To get the true and genuine arti
cle, look for the name of tbe California
Fig Syrup Co., printed near the bottom
of tbe package.
10 p, in. Trulu Fmm Santa Alnntca
To rrow (Saturday) night, on the
So . m Pacific's short line. Grand
op ng oi new hath house and amuse-
Jtt ' park. Evening performances.
i.u> great plungea, submarine ligbted,
ti reworks, etc. See Southern Pacific
timi table, this paper, Round trip, 60
cents.
Everybody Can Take a Plunge.
The new hath house will be opened at
Santa Monica Saturday aud Sunday; 60
cents for the round trip via Santa Fe.
Trains leave La Grande station at 7:62
a. m., 10: li a m. aud 4:45 p m ; re
turning, last train leaves Santa Monica
at 5:40 p. m.
Smith's Duudrig Fumade
Cures dandraff and stons falling hair;
never fails. At Off dc Vaughn's, drug
gists. Fourth an t.- j,i:n.; streets.
SO to Sau I>tt*fru and Return
Via the Ruri line. l'raina leave La
Grande station at 8:15 a.m. and 4:45
p. m.
For a good table wine order our Sonoma
Ziniaudel at 50c per gal, T.Vachedt Co.,
Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
JOTTINGS.
ir You Am Troubled
With weak lungs, consumption, dyspepsia or
loot Oi appeu ■ drink KoxLury Rye, tho pure.* t
rye whist.y made in the United Sate-. So.d
in holtles only by 11. J. Woollacott, soie agent
lor Southern California.
Mirrors of all descriptions are now being
made in llii< cit.v, ami can b) had at a ureal
laving over what you a .ye been pay/lug for
them. Fryi U bivcl plats-glass is alao made
to order by tlu sainu houso at satisfactory
prices. H.'&apnae oVOo» 410 S. Spring siree:.
Wagner's Kimberley.
IBS N. If aln, op oslto old court h rue. Specs
aud eye il»8-ej a specialty. Fine wuco an 1
Jewelry repair ng. Also diamond! sud flue
jewelry at owest Usures. Wagner, ths jld re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Maier <fc Zobeleln's M r, fresh from their
brewery, . n dra .aht iv all the principal aa
loons; delivered prompt y in oolites or kegs.
Office and brewery, 414, Ali-io street. Tele
phone 01.
For Fire Insurance at Reduced Rated
Call on W. R. Burke <fc Co., 2134 X. Spring st.
Agents M mua' Fne and Broadway Ju.ur.nce
companies of New Yjrk. Telephouo 1252.
Attention, Ladies!
Cherries aud currants at who e->ale prloeß.
Tbe fln-isl aud wu*' delic on* in Hie msrket at
Altuouse Bros., 105 VV. First s'. Tel, JOS.
John Beckwith & Son,
The druggists, corner of Snuug aud Temple
streets, have finest soda fountain in the
City, ice coin drink* of every kind.
Christopher's, 241 S. Spring St., Tel. 303.
Leading confectionery and ice cream fac
tory. Catering a specialty, leo cold drinks.
Terrapin Stew! Terrapin Stew!
Leave your orders ai the Holleobeak bar and
it will be delivered to you prompt..y.
Finest Variety and Cheapest
Plaoe in town for flsh, game, oysters, terrapins,
etc Fred HaulmanV, Molt MarceL
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable, 454-56
B. Broadway. Telephone 427.
Terrapin Stew.
■«*-'•— bar at all hours. Try 11.
Dr. D. F. Diffenbacher, Dentist.
rto. 1193$ i. Spring atreet, rooms 4and 5.
A Modern Millinery Store.
Hoffman & Co., 40 S. Spring at.
MEMORANDA.
Mathematical instrnmente, T squares,
enrves, etc., at Sanborn, Vail & Co.'a,
133 S. Spring at.; alao a fall line of all
kinda of draughtsmen's paper. A spe
cialty is made of bine prints paper,
which we make ourselves, tha* being
able to give a fresh, clean paper.
Tbe Keating, following closely on its
victory of April 7th (East Side road
race), haa now to record the latest at
Ventura, May Ist, winning tbe seven
mile road race against 16 competitors.
Sold by Hawlejr, King A Co., 210 and
212 N. Main St., Los Angelea.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Doreey, Stimson
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, Ito 5. Telephone
1227.
Persona desiring to frame their por
traits will find tbe best selection of frames
at Lichtenberger'a art emporium, 107
North Main street. Artiste will find it
to Uieir advantage to purchaae their
euppliea there.
S. Conradi, optician, watchmaker and
jeweler, haa removed to 113 South Spring
street. Finediamond setting a specialty.
Watches, clocks and jewelry carefully
repaired and warranted.
Come in and see what ths Cosmopol
itan Dining ball, 219-221 Weat Second
atreet, ia doing for ita guests. It baa
made aome important changea. Meala
25 centa.
Best remedy for irritating bronchial
cough and soreness in tbe lungs is Row
ell's Cough mixture. We recommend it.
A. E. Littlebuy, 311 South Spring street.
Special—For a short time only, finest
enameled cabinet photos in tba city, re
duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art
Parlors, 236 South Main street.
Fifty ctnta round trip on Terminal
railway to Long Beach and San Pedro;
good going Saturday and Sunday, re
turning Monday.
Ladiea, tee our $1, $1,20, $1.50, $2 end
$3 tine Oxford tan and kid flexible eolee.
Snyder's shoe store, 255 Spring, near
Third atreet.
Art instruction by qualified artiste in
private rooms or students' homes.
School of Art and Design, chamber of
commerce.
Adams Broa., dentista, 239}_ South
Spring atreet. Painless rilling and ex
tracting. The beat seta of teeth from $6
to $10.
Pianos for isle and to rent; toning and
repairing. Second-hand pianos at a bar
gain. A. G. Gardner, 118 Winston st.
Go to the Bryson Lumber company
for tbe best lumber; finest line in tbe
city. Office, 207 W. Second street.
Dr. M. H. Williams, specialist is all
bean, throat, chsst, blood and nervous
alii ctione, 127 South Broadway.
Mre. Dr. W'ella—Office iv her brick
block, 127 E. Third street. Specialty,
diaeaeee of women.
Tissue paper in ths stationery depart
ment, at Sanborn, Vail & Co.'a, 133 S.
Spring at.
Sharp & Samson, funeral directors
(independent),s36 S. Spring at ; tel. 1029.
AH kinde of aewing machines repaired
at 128 South Main atreet; needles, oil.
Sewing machines, in good working
order, for $5 each, 128 8. Main st.
Tbe Adrance Davis sewing machine ia
the beat. Oflice 128 8. Main st.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 N. Main,
opposite St. Elmo; tel. 1169.
Dine at tbe Hollenbeck cafe, the only
select place in Los Angeles.
All-day gmpel meetings at Temper
ance temple Friday. Excellent speakers.
All kinds of aewing machines for rent;
128 S. Main street.
F. R. Cunningham, dentist, Califor
nia Bank building.
Insure with A. C. Golab, 147 Soutb
Broadway.
Mexican leather carver, Campbell's
Curio store.
Drs. Rogers & McCoy, Bryeon block.
Rooma T 2 a week. U. S. hotel.
Marriage Licensee.
Marriage licensos were issued yester
day to the following persons:
Joseph Smith, aged 48, a native of
Illinois and resident of Downey, and
Mtb. Emma J. Moody, aged 3~>, a native
of New Y'oik and resident of Compton.
Chris M:kkerleon, aged 28, an l Inger
Sorrenson, aged 23, bo h natives of Den
mark aud residents of Pomona.
Joseph H. McCuilough, aged 34, a na
tive of Canada, and Julia Ardis, aged 21,
a native of California, both residents of
Downey.
Forman M. Runkle, aged 27, a native
of Ohio and resident of Los Vngeles, and
Lola M. Boehmer, aged 24, a native of
Michigan aud resident of Findlay, O.
A Tonne Harb-r Arrest d.
Arthur W. Knoeller, young barber,
was arreßted yesterday on a warrcnt
charging him with failure to provide for
his child. He was arraigned injustice
Austin's court aud his trial set for this
morning at, 8 o'clock. At the trial this
morning an attempt will be made to
prove that Knoeller hae almoßt aband
oned his young wife and bahe, and has
given them bat 60 cents during the last
month, lie receives good wages as a
barber.
"Many of the citizens of Rainsville,
Ind., are never without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the
house," says Jacob Krown, the leading
merchant of the place. This remedy
has proven of so much value for colds,
croup and whooping cough in children
that few mothers who know its worth
are wiilmg to he without it. For sale
by OtF A Vaughn, Fourth and Spring;
0. F. Ileiuzeman, 222 North Alain,
druggists.
HOTiSI. AICKIVAL.S.
HOI.LENIiSCK.
C E Sumner, X 0 Kirn Lai I, C L I.oud, JS Cal
kins, A V Nichols, A ti Weiss, Pomona; Mr aud
Mrs J Hannon, Mr and Mr-. Res, K.dondo; J
.a Berry, Taooma; J I'Taylor, Riverside: 1 0
M tso,/. X Halt, Chicago; J X od, Youngs
town, O: Mr ami Mra M BllugSOft, Tempe, A V:
O Canton, New York; IIJ Mullen dan retro;
W Suallotl, Butle, Mont; X B Pair, J X Buss, I
Rose, 1> M Kennedy, ban Francisco; J H Oil
mour, Palm .spnii.s; (i E JJaiton, S' Louis, J
' " hiKuir. Boston; Mr and Mrs A L King, 8 L
Mc leury, Pi tsbnrg; i; tt Dedrlck. Ann Arbor,
Mich; KJ Prince Detroit; H A Boyutoii, Ke
wau.-e, ill: E M Ca upsey, OlsytTllle, Pa; VV s
Each sou, Wast Bebsion, NY: .Mr and Mis j
J Bcverldg , Mary J Alexander, Oosioyuua. N
1: Baraii Seattle, r-alein, NJ; AC Crlttemleu,
Rrdlauda.
Ilo! For lhn Canyon.
There 1« no spot in Southern Cal fornia equal
to old -in. i Monti a ciifioi- for picturesque
nooks, grand old trees, puritnej stream, where
ocean, wooded strove ana mountains sipe u.und
harmonioiiNiy luto one.
Tno a asms ivlll be owned Suniay, June
10 ii, hy Pn f. Hage: id v.tig a grand Oal oon
ascension and parachute jump at 2tßo p. m.
There will be In addition to the ascension,
races in numerable.
A. A. Eckstrorn, SO!) B. Main streel, Is where
you want to go looking for good wall paper at
ihe right price.
250 envelopes, 50c; Hrro writing papc, 25c.
Langsta.lter, 214 n. Second. Holienbeck hotel.
Wall paper hnnqr, 10c roll; $329 S. Spring.
LOS ANGET.ES HERALD? FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 1894.
THE END OF THE CONVENTION.
The Universalißtß Conclude
Their Meeting Yesterday.
A Fall List of Officers Selected for
the Coming: Year.
Fapera Read at the A'ternonn Bastion,
some Heated Blionatlone— The
Float Addreeeat on
Varlooa Subjeote.
Yesterday waa the third and last day
of tbe etate Univerealiat oonvention at
Pasadena, with the exception of a ahort
eeseion thia morning. Today will be
passed by moat of the delegatei in aa
excursion over the Mt. Lowe railway.
It ia expected that a large number from
this city will join in the picnic.
The morning aeaaion wae devoted
almost entirely to busineaa, general re
ports coming up which caused lengthy
discuasion.
Beginning at 9 o'clock, a short con
ference waa held, led by Rev. A. A.
Rice of Loa Angelea, nntil 9:30, when
the regular buaineag programme waa
taken np and continued until the noon
hour.
Tbe chief cauae of discussion waa tbe
following resolution recommended by
tbe committee on resolutions:
Believing that ac a rule the most
earnest, intelligent and devoted ad
herents to our cause naturally and al
most inevitably seek the association of
our church and become enrolled in its
membership, we submit that the time
has now come whoa the charchaa in
stead of tbe pariah ahould be made the
eccloeiaetical unit of the convention;
your committee, therefore, recommends
that tbe California Universalist conven
tion memorialize the general convention
to make the necessary changes and ad
ditions to our denominational laws
requisite to constitute the church the
ecclesiastical unit of state cenventiona.
A heated discussion of the queation
eneued, both sidee having many sup
porters. A vote wae finally taken and
tbe report ruled out by 41 to 25.
The nominating committee recom
mended the following nameafor election
as officers for the ensuing year: Presi
dent, E. L. Conger; vice preeident,
George H. Deere, Riverside; secretary,
L. Goodencugh, Oakland; treaaurer.
Dr. D. W. Mott, Santa Paala; truatee,
Hon. W. L. Hardison, Banta Paula; fel
lowship committee, Florence Kollock,
L. Guodenough, D. W. Mott; state Sun
day school superintendent, Misa L. N.
Shaw, Oakland.
The report waa adopted and ths seore
eary inatrncted to cast tbe ballot for the
names recommended.
At the cioae of the session refresh
ments were served in the vestry by the
ladies of the church.
Afternoon Session.
Owing to the Urge amount of basinet!
in tbe morning session the papers upon
tbe Sunday eohool and its work were
crowded over to tbe afternoon session,
immediately following the papers upon
the Young People's Christian union.
Beginning at 2 o'clock tha union of
ficers took charge of tbe meeting. Re
ports were received from the presidents
of the various unions throughout tbe
state, including Santa Paula, Pasadena,
San Diego, Banta Cruz, Riverside, Po
mona, Oakland and Denver, Colo.
A short discussion ot the reports fol
lowed, remarks being made by Capt. A.
D. Yocnm and others. Rev. Ada C.
Bowles oi Pomona spoke on tha eabjact
of properly keeping the Sabbath, saying
that she underatood some criticism bad
been made by outsiders. Tbia subject
brought out a lively diecnasion from the
young people in whicb a general liberal
eentiment on the question was de
veloped.
A slight change in the constitution
was made, followed by a report from tbe
atate atcretary, A. L. Kelsey.
The Duties and Opportunities of tbe
Y. P. C. U. was tbe subject taken for
the afternoon discussion, led by Rev. 8.
Goodenough ot Oakland and Rev. Flor
ence Kollock, pastor of the Universalis!
church of Pasadena. Mr. Ooodenongh
reviewed the history of the union since
Its organization three years ago, when it
separated from tbe Christian Endeavor.
He tinted united action among tbe young
people, wbo are after all the main prop
of the church. He predicted a great
future for the organization.
Owing to the lateness of the hour the
address ot Miss Kollock was omitted,
and the Sunday school work at onoe
taken up. Only one paper was given, on
tbe Sunday School and Its Work, by
John D. (iaylord of Pasadena. The gen
tleman epoke clearly and to the point.
He reviewed the great work accom
plished by this moßt useful body of
young people, and outlined its possibili
ties in the future. Difficulties in the
way of advanc-' were entered ntmn and
Ths Ouly Doctors in Southern California Treating
of men Only.
K ¥£f c UNTIL CURE IS EFFECTED.
DR. TALCOTT & CO.,
New York Specialists for Private Diseases of Men,
COR. MAIN AND TRIKI) STS.,
(Over Wells-Fargo Ex. Office). Private entrance on Third St., j_os A n fr/eles*.
Seminal Weakness, Premature Ejaculation, Varicocele, (without the knife or ligature),
ITyrtrooolr, Warts, Blood Taints, Bladder and Kkiney Diseases, Stricture and Gleet itmull-
Ing from badly treated Gonorrhoea, quickly and permanently cured. Kldeily men suffer
imr from Prostatic troubles, manifested by frequent urination, especially at merit. Riven
JMMKDIATE KKI.IICF.
C" D rri <)ur " ook *i n the Cb,, " b and Treatment of Seminal Diseases, tofrether
I I 1 I— (_ l with rules of diet, exercise and sleep, by mall, Strict Privacy Assured.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
D/>V\| Baking
absoijuteo? pmm
much eound advice given. Tbe speaker
was listened to with much attention.
Closing Session.
— — ~
Tba cloii_i> meeting began at 7:30, the
only apeater being Rev. Amanda Deyo
of Ban Diego, who took as her enbject
Tbe Relation of the Church to Peace
and Arbitration. This address was one
of tbe strongest delivered before the con
vention, and was listened to with close
attention by tbe large audience. Fol
lowing this, a reception was tendered to
ths delegates and 'friends and tbe city
churches generally, whicb was partici
pated in by a large nuiuoer.
Remove the causes, said the speaker,
and abolish the customs of war and sub
stitute peaceful arbitration in the ad
justment of differences, l'hia should be
the unanimous cry of all the great
churches, and especially of ours, wbo
olaim that God is love. 1 thank you,
members of the general convention, that
yon bave placed this subject so prom
inently aa one of tbe great questions be
fore all the world today. In ail its great
governments the barbarous method of
slaughtering human beings an a means
to establish peace and good will baa
been tried during all the past
hiatory of the human race.
Our own republic of the United Ht.at»»
baa been connected with 342 arbitra
tions since it has taken its place among
tbe nations of tbe earth, showing arbi
tration to be the rule, not the exception.
But however good a method may be, it
takes work to bring it before the people,
and institute courta of arbitration and
bring the nationa of the earth into tbia
method of peaceful adjudication ot ita
difficulties. I am moat happy to say
great progreaa has already been made
along these lines. The United Statea.
Great Britain. France, Italy, Spain,
Greece, Sweden, Denmark, Norway,
Finland, Oceanic* and Switzerland have
all declared themselves xreatly in favor
of entering into tbe league of peace,
creating a permanent court of arbitra
tion, each government promising faith
fully to settle any difficulty by
arbitration. We call upon all classes of
workers to aid in distributing the plana
of v/ork literature of the peace societies.
I have been for 25 years secretary of the
Universal Peace anion. I was a dele
gate to represent this movement at the
world's peace congress at Paris in 1889
Since turn congresses have b9en held in
London, Rome and Chicago. This year
it ia to convene at Antwerp. These
world's peace congresses have been fol
lowed by many other gatherings of a
similar nature. Tbe Pan-American
congress is a successful example. We
want the literature of this peace society
to come into the public scaools and
libraries and the peace brigade into the
church.
TWO OUT OF TWELVE.
Ineffeotnat JEfTort to Get a Jury In a
I. iqnor Ca,*.
The trial of Seizman &. Mayshofer, pro
prietors of the Main-street garden',
charged with selling liquor in quantities
less than one-fifth of a gallon, was com
menced in Justice Bartholomew's court
yesterday afternoon. A venire of 12
jurors was summoned to secure a jury
of six. but only two were obtained from
the panel and the case was continued
until next week.
Fathi-r Brady'e Lecture,
Will It Last? is the title of the lec
ture to be delivered by Father Brady at
A. O U. W. hall, Dowaev avenue, on
Monday next. The reverend lecturer
will doubtless draw a large and intellect
ual audience. There are many conjec
tures as to tbe subject. While some
believe that tbe father will pay bis re
spects to the A. P. A., and declare that
it will be short-lived as know-nothing
ism, there areotherrwho imagine that
he may speak ou a different subject. It
certainly would not be astonishing were
the lecturer to discuss St. George Mi
vart's theory on hell, and consider the
question relating to the opposition of
tbe Catholic church thereto. No mat
ter what qusstion tbe learned lecturer
deals with he will doubtless do so in a
masterly manner.
Wall paper hous-i of the coast, 328 S. Spring.
DIED.
FLEIdCHMAN—In this city, Thursday, June
7, 1594, Jacob Fleliahman.
Funeral icnlay a*. -J o'clock p.m., from "»si
dance 2'ii Wilmington street. Friends iuylted.
SKNKI H-Iu tuis city, June 6, 1894, Nick
Seukb'h, a native o' Austria, aa*"d 28 years.
Funeral from the parlor of Sharps Kam*on,
Ban S. Spring ■tree',, t r day, June R, 1*94, at
1 ■> m.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Chief Glass Thinks There Should Be
No Fireworks.
Profiting by the experience of the
past. Chief of Police Glaaa haa taken
the initiative in the opinion that there
should be no public display of fireworks
on the Fourth of July. His belief in
this direction is shared by a large ma
jority of onr citizens.
He advances two particular reaaona
why etich a display aa has heretofore
been made should be omitted this sea
son. The first is that the money thns
wasted in useless celebration would be
better expended by tbe Associated Char
ities for tbe city's poor. The chief, aa
well aa the Aeaociated Charities, ia fully
aware that the poor of this city have
been steadily increasing in numbers,
and hArdly a dey passes without a caae
of destitution being reported.
The aecond reaeon is that a fireworks
display of the immensity uauaily seen
on Independence day celebrationa is
rery dangerous to both life and proper
ty. The display in thia city on Colum
bus day cost nearly half a dozen lives,
while on other occasions loss of property
has been great. Chief Glass advocates
the selection of other equally interesting
n ■ <■ i' i '•< ■. i q to take tue place of fire
works at the celebration next montb.
COL. R. S. BAKER'S ESTATE.
Chnrles H. Forbes to Be the Admtulstra
tor—No Wilt Found.
Charles H. Forbes yeaterday filed a
petition for letters of administration?
upon the estate of Col. Robert 8. Baker,
deceaaed. The petition set forth tbat
Colonel Baker left no will, search for
one not having resulted in finding that
he had made any will.
The petitioner, who waa. Colonel Ba
ker's business agent, statea tbat Mra.
Arcadia B. de Baker, the widow, ia the
aole heir at law, and that she baa nomi
nated him aa administrator; he there
fore aaka for letters.
The total value of the estate is set
forth as $50,000, consisting of shares of
stock of tbe Los Angeles Savings bank,
Main Street and Agricultural Park Rail
way company ot LO3 Angeles, District
Agricultural association No. 6, Bank of
Amer ca, California Star Oil Works
company, Piru Oil company, notes and
mortgages. Also real estate in tbe city
and country. This does not embrace
tbe large personal and real property in
terests stuuding in tbe name ol Mrs.
Baker.
.Tame* Mills, deputy county clerk of
River-ide, was in tbe city yesterday.
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS.
VARA, E. W.:
t<i.) Name a (fond lotion for the complex
ion? (A.) Give a cure for pimples and face
eruptions. A m.—la.) Do not endanger your
complexion by any lotions. Most of those
npon iho market do more barm than good.
I Consult some leadine dermatologist who has
| made a study of skin diseases and itwil be
I cheaper, better and safer, {t.) Use antiseptio
j soups.—.Vra» York Sun.
I John H. Woodbury, 125 West 42d Btreet,
' New York, ia the leading Dermatologist of
the vror d. Consultation free. He makes an
I antiseptic soap which beside 1 being an >x
i cellont toilet soap has medicinal properties
I which will oure face eruptions. Send 100.
I for a sample cake and get Illustrated book
upon Bkln diseases free.— Editor.
I>JK. WHITE'S
BW" I DISPENSARY
SDR WHITE the oldest
established specialist, has
devoted more time (as city
papers show) to the exclu
sive treatment of sexual
and chronic diseases of
men and women than any
other advertising physi
cian in this city. Blood
and skin diseases, red spots, pain in
bones, sore throat end month, blotches
and eruptions of the skin, ulcers, painfnl
swellings, e'c. ; kidney and bladder dis
eases, frequent miotnrition, scalding, in
flammation, gravel, etc.; organic weak
ness, undeveloped organs, impediments
to marriage, nervous debility, impaired
memoiy, mental anxiety, absence nf will
power, weak back, lost vitality, melan
choly and all diseases resulting from ex
cesses, md ecretion or overwork, recent
or old, speedily, thor inghly and perma
nently cured. "Where shall Igo to get
cured?" many a sufferer asks, not know
ing whom to trust. Ho where thousands
of others have > one and be restored to
perfect health, the comforts of home and
the enjoyment o) society —to Dr. White's
old established office, located 8 years in
Los Angeles. All lingering chronic dis
eases th't have been neglected or bave
failed to yield to the treatment of less
skillful hands Boon get well under Dr.
White's superior treatment. Patien s
wishing speedy telief and sure cure
should consult Dr. White, whose long,
extensive experience enables him to ap
ply the proper treatment at once without
useless experiments, thns savin? ths
patient much lime and expense. Office
and private laboratory, 128 Notth Main
street, Los Angeles, Cal. Out of-town
patients treated by mail and express.
SUN BATHS.
Tho Lo- Auge o- Cv v Bath and Massage In
stitute, u'3o South Broad vay New sclunceof
heating; uniform method of cure without
medicine or operation; diet. Bend
for pros pet tut>.
DR. L. GOStMANN,
Practitioner of Natural Therapeutics.
*-Ml|
A Chance For All Ladies.
We have a splendid line of bw.h bmade
of soft, silky hal, short sifms aud excellent
vrluc in "11 shades of brown,
FROM $1.80 UP.
Also r-rey hfttt vwltohes at the samj prloe.
Banga in "It shades and styles, ilitir dyeing
aud bleaching ucceesfully done at .ho
Ihp Riif a it hmr Baza, it,
Undir the Hotlenbsck, Second st
C. F. HEINZEMAN,
Druggist & Chemist,
222 N. Main St, Loa Angelea.
Proscriptions cardnlly compoooded' **» el
Kir At ■>•» sj
BANKING aopagis.
THE NATIONAL BAI OF CATiFOMIA.
lteport to Comptroller May 4, lK'ii..
REBOUROKB. I LIABILITIES.
Cash on hand and in bank $218,039 22 Capital stock, paid in coin $250,000 00
I'm 'I Btet.-s bonds 159 500 no j -urpiua ... 0.000 00
Demand loans 220,251 32 Undivided profits 7 Olio 30
Time loans 143,0511 12 • ireu atton • layout) 00
fobool bonus and oiher 10.148 00 Deposits , oi oi
Furniture and fixtures 6,045 00
Heal estate 27,9114 05
$780,5119 31 $780,509 31
The National Bank of California la oue of the few hanks that sucoesf fully Hood the thock
of the late panic anil maintained full coin payments H. h throinih.
Th- Nailonal lUnk of California paya Bo Internet on drpulls In any f mi offer* no special
in in m. . t for builneaa other than reliability whun customers exerclne their right to demand
their money,
lv Ihe mKttor of loans it looks more to reliability tban high rates ot Interest, and desire*
no loam except from good and reliable parlies, and then exacts good aucurlty, be loving that
no bank Is better or moro reliable than In loans.
—HOI REOTORBK-
O. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOH N-ON, JOHN WOLKSKILI., H.H.SHERMAN.
W. , . URAVKS. K. ' . 0. iCLOKKB, GBOitGE IRVINE, N. W. <TOWaLI,,
W.B. DeVAN, T.E.NEWUN. A. HADLKY, JOHN K. MARBLJK.
JOHN M. 0. MARBi.E.
OF LOS ANGELKI.
CAPITA', STOCK $100,000
BURPLU9 200,000
J. M. It .LI OT, Proslten'.
W. O. KERCKHOFF, V.-Pres't.
FRANK A. UIESON, Cashier.
(1. B. SIIAfFRR. Au't Catbler.
DIRRCTORs:
J. M. Elliott, J. 1). Blcknell,
F. Q. Story. H. Jevue,
J.D.Hooker, W. 0. Patterson,
Wm. Q. Kerckhotr.
STATE loan tlHjbt ca
N.W. or. nucoud & Spring «ts., Lo» Angele*
CAPITAL .8500,000
, UiNDIViOi'.D PROFITS 42,500
A general hanking business trauaaoted.
Interest At 5 percent naldontl.no deposit*.
off icaest
W. 0. COCHRAN, I'rea't.
B. J. WOOI.LACOTT. lit V.-Proi't
JAB. F. TOW ELL 2d V.-Prea't.
JOHN W. A. OFF, Cashier.
directors:
H. J. Woollacott, W. P. Gardiner,
A. A. Hnboard. O. T. Johnson,
oeo. H. B.int;hrake, Fred O. Jonnson,
W. U. Cochran, B. F. Ball,
P. M. OreeD, John W. A. Off,
Jamee F. To well. 8-9 tf
savings bank;
;of Southern California
; 152 N. Spring; St., Los Angeles. J
I OAPITAI. STOOK, •100.000. 1
! —DIREOTORB— j
J. H. BRALY. Preat. BIMON MAIER, V.-P. <
( W. D.WOOLWINE.Otahr. A.H.BRALY, Sec J
I H. JCVNk, W. 0. PATTERSON, F. A. O.IBION, J
S d. M. ELLIOTT, C. N. HASSON, R. W. POINDEXTEH •
LOS ANGELEB~BAvINQS BANK,
230 N. Main street.
Capital stock $100,000
Surplus 85,000
H. W. Hellman, Pres't, J. It. Plater, V.-Pres't
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Directora: I. W. Hellman, R. S Baker, H. W.
Hellman, J. X Plater, t. W, Hellman, Jr.
Interest paid ou deposits. Money to loan on
flr»t clasareal e.tate. 11 -Iff
COAL! COAL! COAL!
SOUTH FIELD WELLINGTON,)
CANNEL, .... (DOMESTIC.
NANAIMO, FOR STEAM.
WHITE'S CEMENT, COKE, CHARCOAL, ETC
FUEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HAN COOK BAN N ! NO,
IMPORTER,
Telephones 36 and 1046. 130 Wet S»cond Street.
~ CHEAP RJELI
-a the:*-
UNION OIL COMPANY
04=" CALIFORNIA
Is prepared to furnish Liquid Fnel cheaper than any other fuel
■old in < all torn ia. It al><o maiintaciures Pure Asphalts aud a
line of flue Lubricants. ALL HuME FJiOuUCTS.
MAIN OFFICE, . - SANTA PAULA, CAL
HRAM'ii c« I T '°* Ahgium, 135 (nit Second at eet. Tel. 1174.
' Saw FttANCiacn. 204 California street. Tel. , ff S"l. 5 '.'421
GAB EL TIIE TAILOR,
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.
Examination of Teachers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
semi-annual examination of teaohers will
be held in 'he State Normal School building,
corner Grand avenue and Fifth streets, Loa
Angeles, Cal., beginning on Monday, June
25th. at 10 o'clock a. m.
All applicants for teachers' certificates must
be present at the beginning of the examina
tion.
Applicants holding valid primary grade cer
tificates g anted in this county wrio desire to
take the grammar grade examination must be
present on Thursday, June BSth, at 1 o'clock
p. m.
All teacher* desiring their certificates re
newed must file applications for renewal with
the secretary of the board on or before June
25th.
By order of the county board of education.
6-7-2 it VV. W. SEAMAN, Secretary.
R. W. PRIDHAM,
BLANK BOOKS AND PAPER BOXES
REMOVED TO
110 AND 112 NORTH LOS ANGELES ST
NEAR FIRST. TEL. 4,63.
LAND FOR SALE.
BY THE LOT OR AC»K, la Colegrove. Ca
ll n-ngn valley, a aerti m suburb of Los Ange
les, on the L. A. <& P. X B. No psr c lia Ii lor
a home. Location b autifui. The beat of soil,
water, climate, scenery, and frostiest!. Go and
see for yourself: a short drive out, or take the
Cahuenga dummy railroad. For further infor
mation apily to C. 00 ,E. 232 N. Main it eat,
Los Angeles, or to SEW AKb OOLE at Cole
grove, 11 10 tf
IjIARMEItS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF
' Loa Angelea, Cal.
Oldest aud Laigun Hank In Southern
California.
Capital (paid unl .« 600,000
Burplu« and profits 780,000
Total $1,280,000
officers:
IBAIAB W. HKI.LMAN President
HRRMAN W. HEILMaN Vice-Pi^sldent
JOHN MILNKR ... CR'hler
U. J. FLEISHMAN Amdstaut Cashier
DIRECTORS:
W. H. Perry. Ozro W. Unllds, J. B. Lanker
shim, C. K. Thorn, C. D.icommuu, 11. W. Hell
man, T. U ii<|tie, A. illasHel ,1 VI. He.lman.
Exchan,: * for .ale on all the principal cities
of the United states, Europe. China and J ipan.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
0 101 S. Spring at., Nadeau b.ock.
1.. N. RRREII PreMden
WM. F BO3BY SHALL Vioo-Pre luent
O. N. FLINT Cashier
W. H. HOLLIDAY....7 Assistant Cashier
Capital, paid In BOid coin $200. 00
PUrploa and llliUiVliled •. 25,000
Aulhoriz ,d capital 500 000
DIRECTORS:
L. N. Breed, H. T. Newe.l, Wm. H. Avery,
Silas Hoiman, W. H. Holiday, K. c. Bn«by
abell, M. Hagan, Frank R der, D. Remlcf,
Thos. Go«i, Wm. F. Boibyshell.
UHION BANKOFSAVINGS
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
OfFICtBS AND DlflCCTO**:
\ .... W. Stlmson Wm. Ferpusni. W. E. McVay
|C. Q. Harrison S. H. Mott RM. Baker
A. E. Pomaroy S. A. Butler
1 INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DRI'OIITORY.
Capital $500,000
Surplus 57 000
Total 557,000
GEORGE H. BONKBR AXE, President.
WARRhN GII.LELB ~ Viee-President.
F. C. HO ' RS.raxhier.
E W. col. Aaslatau' Cashier.
dir«ctork:
George H. Bonebrake, Warren Glllelen, P. M.
Green, Uhaa. A. Mir lm; . W C. Browu, A. W.
Franc sco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. All-n, F. C
Huwi-a. 9-18 tf
I. T. MARTI N
*"=^C___j^7" _ Dealer In Now and
/ S Seoouri-hand
ITURB
I! ~ 1,. Carpets, Matting. Fold-
Tfl a . Inn Bed«, Oftlce Desks
. iTTTTnT and Stoves. Prices low
■,J-14JJ\ I for cash or will sell oa
ii 1 -1- I,'11 111 inatallmen .s. New Fur
™ " exchanged lor
451 a. SPRING STREET
Painless Dentistry
Fine God Filling,
■i— — ' yv, ' tJrown anil Bridge
AU Operations
Painless,
vrjg SET TEETH, 99.
STEVEVS 4 SOS,
Ts/MlT*sn \\W\i Rooms IS-If),
fcaaHTaaa ■«- ta.Jlasoio7 N. BPRINJ 81
IF. W. CHASB, D. O. FECK. JAMES BOOTH.
FECK & CHASE CO.,
.THE BROADWAY UNDERMEaS
327 SOUTH BROADWAY.
I Telophone No. 61.
J.M. Griffith, Prealdent. John T.Griffith, V.-pres.
F. T. Griffith, secretary and Treasurer.
E. L. Chandler, Superintendent.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS
And Manufacturers of
DOORI, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND STA IBS
Mill work of cv ry description.
3-6 tf 1)34 N, A lamed* at., Los Augeloc

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