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Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los Angeles,
June 13. 1894:
me. | Bar. | Ther.jRrTm iVT'd
a. m. 29.941 50 i 61 E
p. m.|2i>.89| 00 I 61 I W
Vel jW'ther
1 OI«U
8 Iclear
Maximum temperature, 80.
Miaimura temperature, 49.
For Southern California: Fair weather.
Charles Tabor ol Pomona was commit
ted to tbe county jail yesterday (or ten
days lor vagrancy.
The infant eon of John Mnsso, the
well known orchestra conductor, died
on Wednesday, alter a short illness.
Water Overseer Bilderrain reports tbat
tbe receipts lor sales of irrigation water
of his office for May amounted to 13436.
Woodbury Brißineas college graduat
ing exercises will be be Id at the lxie
Angeles theater, Monday evening, June
The Calliope quartette will giye an
other concert, consisting of plantation
melodies, etc., at Westlake park Sunday
at 2:30 p. m.
George W. Lynch and 3. E. Aull, who
nave jiißt leased the Hotel Redondo for
a term of years, will give the opening
ball tomorrow night.
For rent—The Bellevue Terrace hotel.
One hundred forty rooms, furnished;
Sixth and I'earl streets. Apply to 1).
W. Field, 205 New High street.
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Western Union telegraph office Jnne 14,
for the following persons : Mre. Dr. 8.
8. Bishop, Mrs. Charles Ligore, John
Lob Angeles Oratorio society concert
at Unity church tonight. Prodigal Son
introduced by two members of tbe No
voilo quartette, and one selection by tbe
large chorus.
Conductor H. T. Haggin of the Ter
minal railway, who was badly injured
on Tuesday by being knocked from the
top of a box car, is slowly improving.
Mr. Haggin was remi-ved lo hia home on
Boyle Heights.
Bunker Hill day (June 17th) cornea
nn Sunday, ao it will be ohaerved on
Echo mountain as New Enirland day on
Saturday, June 16th. All New Eng
landora are invited to assemble on Sat
urday at social hall, in the Echo Moun
tain bouee, and have a good time.
Officer Shannon cßught a runaway
horse attached to a buggy at the junc
tion of Spring end Temple streets, at 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tbe horse
waa a valuable one, and the property of
Mr. H. A. Wise of Second street and
Western avenue. Shannon had a bard
tu?ale, but came out victorious.
All lovers of grand inueic should not
foil to hear Prodigal Son at Unity
church tonight. This is Sullivan's best
work, and the eociety are prepared to
give a most finisher} presentation. The
soloists, Miaa Miltimore, Misa Mesßmer,
Mr. Modini Wood and Mr. H. 8.
Williams, are all recognized artists.
Tbe police were notiti'd yesterday ol
the capture of Frank E. Morriy at Mon
rovia on a charge of burglary. Morriß,
together with nnotner man who is under
arrest, is accused o! entering the house
of William Cbappeluw and stealing a
$75 microscope and a watch, and alao
breaking into tbe residence of Mre. A. B.
Norman at that place.
The initial recital of the Y. M. C. A.
Guitar, Banjo and Mandolin club was
given last evening before a large and ap
preciative audience. Tbe programme
was as published yesterday, and repre
sented the progress made by the clasa
since last October. Each number waa
accorded hearty applauEe. The work
ctore reliec'a much credit upon tbe class
system of the Young Men's Chrialian
nt-aociation and upon I'rcf. C. S. Le
Lano, the director.
Sometime ago I was troubled with an
attack of rheumatism. 1 used Cham
berlain's Pain Halm and waa completely
cured. I have Bince advised many of
my iiienda and customera to try tbe
remedy, and all apeak highly of it.
Simon Goldbaum, Sau Luia Rey, Cal.
For sale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and
Spring; C. F. Heinzeinan, 222 North
Main, druggists.
For a good table wine order our Sonoma
Zinfandel utsoc per gal. T.Vacheci Co.,
Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 300.
If You Are Troubled
With weak luncs, consumption, dyspepsia or
looj oi appetite drink Itoxbury Rye, the purest
lye whisk't.-y made in the United Sate.', bold
iv bottles only by 11. J. Woollacott, sole agent
lor Southern California.
Mirrors of ait descriptions are now being
made In this city, aud can ■ ■ had at a great
laving over what you hs.ve been puyiug for
them. French bevel plate-glass is also made
to order by the same house at satisfactory
piices. 11. Raphael A Co., 410 S. hiring street.
Wagner's Kimberley.
IBS N. Main, opDosite old courthouse. Specs
and eye glasses a specialty. Fine watch and
Jewelry repairing. Also diamonds and Due
jewelry at lowest ligures. Wagner, the old re
liable jeweler. _
Our Home Brew.
Maler & Zobelein's iaCar, fresh from their
brewery, on draught in ail the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly In bottles or kegs.
Oftiee and brewery, 414 AUio street. Tele
phone 91.
Take Your Faded or Soiled
Garments to the American Dye Works—cleaned,
dyed or renovated. Also curtains, blankets,
etc. '210\4 8. Spring st. Workb 015 W. Sixth
Btreet, Telephone lOlti.
Attention, Ladies!
Cherries and currants at who e,ale prices.
The finest and most, delicious la the market at
AltWouse Bros., 105 W. Firßt st. Tel. 398.
John Beckwith & Son,
The druggists, corner of Spring and Temple
streets, have the finest soda iountaln in the
city. Ice cola drinks of every kind.
Christopher's, 241 S. Spring St., Tel. 303.
Leading confectionery and Ice cream fac
tory. Catering a specialty. Ice cold drinks.
Terrapin Stew! Terrapin Stew!
Leave your orders at the Hollenbaek bir and
it will be delivered lo you promptly.
Finest Variety and Cheapest
Place In town for fish, game, oysters, terrapins,
eta Fred Haniman's, Motl Market
Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's.
Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable. 151-36
S. Broadway. Telephone 427.
Terrapin Stew!
At the Hollenbeck bar at all hoars. Try It,
Dr. D. F. Diffenbacher, Dentist.
Ne. 119>i 3. Spring street, rooms 4 and 5.
A Modem Millinery Store.
Hoffman & Co., 240 3. Sprint; It,
Wall paper home of the coast, 328 3. Bprln«r.
GoandeeeW ft. Burke & Co., SlSJtj
North Spring street, agents Mn mil Fire
and Broadway Insurance companies of
New York, and see tha large list of Loa
Angeles policy holders, embracing lead
ing merchants, who are getting the ben
efit of fire insurance at reduced rates.
These companies have bean doing busi
ness in California for years and are high
ly indorsed by representative citizens.
Mathematical instruments, T squares,
curves, etc., at Sanborn, Vail k Co.'s.
133 S. Spring et.; also a full live oi all
kinds of draughtsmen's paper. A spe
cialty is made of bine prints paper,
which we make ourselves, thus being
able to give a fresh, clean paper.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson
block, second floor, rooms 129, 130, 131.
Special attention given to obstetrical
cases and all diseases of women and
children. Electricity Bcientilically used.
Consultation hours, Ito 5. Telephone
Persons desiring to frame their por
traits will find tbe best selection oi f ratnoß
at Licbtenberger'e art emporium, 107
North Main street. Artiste will rind it
to their advantage to purchase their
supplies there.
Go with the crowd to the Cosmopoli
tan dining hall, 219-221 We.U Second
street, for turkey dinners ond eastern
loin steaks. Best of ice cream served
noon and evenings. All for 25 cents.
S. Conradi, optician, watchmaker and
jeweler, has removed to 113 South Spring
street. Finediamond setting a specialty.
Watches, clocks and jewelry carefully
repaired aud warranted.
Best remedy for irritating bronchial
cough and soreness in the luugß is Row
ell's Cough mixture. We recommend it.
A. E. Littleboy, 311 South Spring street.
Special—For a short time only, finest
enameled cabinet photos in the city, re
duced to $1 par dozen. Sunbeam Art
Parlore, 236 South Main street.
Fifty cents round trip on Terminal
railway to Long Beach and San Pedro;
good going Saturday and Sunday, re
turning Monday.
Adams Broa., dentists, South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. The beat eeta of teeth from $6
to $10.
Pianoa for sale and to rent; tuning and
repairing. Second-band pianos at a bar
gain. A. G. Gardner, 118 Winston Bt.
Go to the Bryson Lumber company
for the beat lumber; fineet line in the
city. Office, 207 W. Second atreet.
Dr. M. H. Williama, specialist in all
head, throat, chest, blood and nervous
nil! ctious, 127 South Broadway.
Mre. Dr. Wells—Office in her brick
block, 127 E. Third street. Specialty,
diseases of women.
Tisane paper in the stationery depart
ment, at Sanborn, Vail A Co.'s, 133 8.
Spring et.
Sharp A Sameon, funeral directors
(independent), 636 S. Spring at ; tel. 1029.
All kinds of eewing machines repaired
at 12S South Main Btreet; needles, oil.
Sewing machines, in good working
order, lor $5 each, 128 S. Main at.
The Advance Davin sewing machine is
the beet. Ofliee 128 8. Main et.
Dr. Wallace A. Dunton, 304 X, Main,
opposite St. Elmo; tel. 1159.
All kinds of Bewing machines for rent;
128 8. Main street.
F. K. Cunningham, dentist, Califor
nia Bank building.
Inaure with A. C. Golah, 147 South
Mexican leather carver, Campbell's
Curio atore.
Dra. Kogera A McCoy, Bryson block..
Rooms $2 a week. U. S. hotel*
Marriage Uceiies*.
The following marriage licenses were
issued yesterday :
Wm. F. Grigga, aged 45, a native of
New York, and Mrs. S. A. Lnughltn,
aged 43, a native of Ohio, both residents
of Lob Angeleß.
George A. Peck, aged 25, a native of
Ohio and resident of Los Angeles, and
Delia Davisson, aged 20. fl native of Cali
fornia and resident of Compton.
Wm. Hall Thompson, aged 23, a na
tive of Pennsylvania and resident of
Greeley, Col., and Alice M. Clark, aged
20, a native of Colorado and resident of
Los Antielea.
Lawrence Duncan Loomia, aged 23, a
native of lowa, and lirace Flora Heze
kiab, aged 17, a native of Louisiana, both
reaidenta of Loa Angelea.
Barnet Cohen, aged 38, and Johanna
Landsberg, aged 22, both natives of Ger
many and residents of Loa Angelea.
Fletcher Johns, aged 22, and Lottie
Williams, aged 18, both natives o! Texas
and residents of Lob Angelea.
Attractions at Santa Monloa Saturday.
The new $50,000 bath house running
in every department. Opening of Y.
M. C. A. new bath house at South
beach. Matinee and evening perform
ance Amusement park. Thu great col
lier Sau Mateo aud fleet of steamers at
Port Los Angeleß. Hop at Hotel Arca
dia, l ake the Southern Pacific's short
line. Morning special leaves Arcade
depot 9a. m. Specials leave Santa
Monica 4:30 and 10 p. m. Round trip,
50 cents.
Y. M. O. A. Basket Plonle.
On Saturday, June 16th, the Y. M. 0.
A. new bath house aud auditorium at
Ocean park, South Santa Monica, will
be open to the public with a grand
basket picnic. Come and bring your
friends. Trains will leave La Grande
station at 7:52 a. m., 10:15 a. in., and
1:30 p.m.; returning. List train will
leave South Santa Monica at 5:50 p. m.
Fifty cents for tho round trip.
Stanton Corps M.mbers Attention.
Stanton corpe will hold their annual
picnic, Saturday, June 16th (tomorrow)
at Redondo. All members of tbe W. R.
C. are invited to go. Please extend the
invitation to your friends. Iran' will
leave tbe Santa Fe depot at 9 o'clock
sharp. Round trip ticketß, 50 ceuta.
By order ol the preaident.
M Jacoby, Redlands; A W Otteuheimer. D
McQulddt. F A chrismas, J Fhair, a J oa rtus
sey, J H Oraly, Sau Francisco: F Lawrence, F
W sultan, St Louis: W ii Harding, U X A mies,
Boston: G i Munruu, Moniovia; I*r A Kine,
Oakland: A H Coote, Miss E l.eebelt. Mr and
Mrs J M Cunueil, Chicago: J >'■ Kirs, New
York; J 0 Hughes. Keokuk, Ii: Mr mid Mrs J
P Loid, Omalia; Mr and Mrs .1 F Perot, 'in.ex
burg. Ill; A B Pans, :Sau Bernardino: A 11 Car
gill, Broukhurs ; A I' Hayne, Be keley: hit and
MrsO Fmler, Sau Diego; Mrs and Miss Harper,
Indianapolis; U T Hedge, Redlands; J it Mc-
Nab, Riverside; 0,1 Fearous, Kansas City; yy
Light, Chieagu; Q W James, Kcho Uounuln.
The Crystal Ice Co. is here to stay, and nffers
special Inducements to all-the-year-round cus
tomera Telephone 1350.
A. A. Eokstiom, 808 a, Main street, is where
you waul to go looking lor good wall paper at
tbe right price
850 envelopes, 50e: V»rm writing paper, SUta
Langstadter, 214 W. Second, Holienhick hotel
Patronize the Crystal, the only strictly home
Ice company in the city, 'telephone IJSC.
0 ■ O'KMtx Family Soap.
The Health Officer's Estimate
of Increase.
He Claims A Gain of Ten Thousand
Souls in a Year.
Soma Intereatleg Data Called From the
l.eoorde of the Hoard of Health,
lli-j Kalae the Population
Fifteon Thousand.
Health Officer Powers of the city board
of health gives out from a careful com
putation of tbe vital etatiatics of hia
office that there are 10,000 more people
in Los Angelea than there were at thia
time last year.
These figures are not confueed with
the winter rush of touriata who annually
come to thia benign eectic~> to escape
the snow and frost and blit'sfda of tha
inclement east but are baaat* on the
actual enlargement of the a-armanent
population of tbe city. Certainly a most
remarkable ratio of increase and one
that cannot be equalled by any city in
the United States. Aa an evidence of
the position of tbe board of health on
the population question they bave raiaed
the rate of population as shown on the
monthly health reports issued by Dr.
I'owerß from 65,000 toßs,ooosouls within
the con li uea ol the City of tbe Angels.
Some interesting if rather gruesome
data was picked up from tbe recorda of
tbe health office in the nature of a com
parison of the vital etatiatica for the drat
nx monthe in 1893, and the same period
of the current year. During 1893 the
deaths for aix months were479aa against
598 for 1894. Of the latter, however, it
is important to note tbat 153 of the de
ceaaed had been in Loa Angeles for less
than a year and evidently came here as
confirmed invalida in tbe laat stages.
The record of birthe for the aame period
in both years shows that 1894 ia de
cidedly in tbe lead in the production of
future presidents and angela. The births
for the sis months in 1893 were 461 aa
against 554 for the firat six months of
The above figures, when taken on a
basis of population, under tbe old
figure, 65,000 are very aigniQcant aa in
dicating a large increase in tbe number
of people who bave located here within
12 montha. Tha data and information
gleaned by the inspectors in their daily
peregrinatione in all sections of the city
in the line of duties in connection with
the city health, are the foundation for
Dr. Powerß' estimate of an increase of
10,000 population in the laat year, and
as that gentleman ie a man of conserv
ative ideas, the statement can be con
sidered as a fair one.
It ie further borne out by the extra
ordinary demand for public improve
ments in tbe nature of sewers and street
oiieniugg and construction with which
the city engineer's office baa been flooded
eince the firat of January. There are
now in eight improvemente of an in
ternal character in the city footing up
iv tbe neighborhood of $600,000, most of
which baa already been let to contract
ore, while $400,000 is a fair estimate of
tho amount expended on public im
provemente in the city eince January
lat. The people pay for these improve
ments, and the fact that they bave been
demanded by tbe taxpayers ia in itself
the most aubstantial evidence of the
rapid growth of the municipality, for
people do not aak for these improve
mente, involving such large expendi
tures of money in these depressed times,
unless they are actually needed.
A General Inspection ta Be Made of
the l'ablio Parks.
Ths park commission held a short ass
eion yesterday morning. Superintend
ent Le Grand reported tbat the work in
the different city parka waa progressing
in a satisfactory manner. He waa in
structed to convert the atand in Weat
lake park, at Orange Btreet, into a sum
mer house.
. The commission decided to make a
general inspection of all of tbe city
parka on June 25tb, when they will have
an opportunity to consider wbat further
improvements should be made during
the ensuing season. The question of
irrigation at Echo park ia one that is ex
citing a good deal of interest in the
commission, and Mr. Pinney was ap
pointed to figure out some plan by means
of which the water in the reservoir can
be utilized for that purpose, aud report
at the next meeting of the board.
It May Do aa Much for Yon.
Mr. Fred Miller ot Irving, 111., write* that he
hud a aevere kidut-y trouble for many years,
with sevsro pains la his back, and aisn that
hs b adder va ■ affected. He tried many so
called kidney cures, but without any good
result. About a year ago he began the use of
Electric Hitters and found relief at once. Elec
trlo Hiiters is especially adapted to the cure of
a<l kidney and liver trophies and often gives
almost instant relief. One trial will proveonr
Statement, Price oniy 500 lor large bottle At
C. t. Helnzeman's drug stom, 222 N. Main st
Wall paper, sc, 7'ic per rol : B. Spring
The Only Doctors In Southern California Treating
Diseases of fllen Only.
New York Specialists for Private Diseases of Men,
(Oyer Wells-Fargo Ex. Office). Private entrance on Third St., Los Alto;clC9.
Seminal Weakness, Premature Ejaculation, Varicocele, (without the knife or llgatnre),
Hydrooele, Warts, Blood Taints, Bladder and Kidney Diseases, Stricture und Gleet result
ins from badly treated Gonorrhoea, qtiiokly and permanently cured. Elderly men suffer-
from Prostatic troubles, manifested by frequent urination, especially at night, given
E~O g"~ r— I Our Hook on the Cause and Treatment of Seminal Diseases, together
I" r"i fr, J with rules of diet, exercise and sleep, hv mall, Strict Privacy Assured*
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Rriy&J Baking
Tha Latest Kepnrte Kroin Alt Parte or
Southern OalKornla.
The weather bureau furnishes the fol
lowing weather crop bulletin for tbe
week ending Monday last:
No marked change occnrred in the
conditions of the weather or tempera
ture during tbe week. Generally fair
weather prevailed, with cool, cloudy
nights and mornings and clear days.
Tbe abnormal range in temperature con
tinues. Tbe departures from the sea
sonal averages showed a deficiency av
eraging five degrees daily at Los Angeles
and eight degrees at Han Diego. The
rains of the latter part of tbe previous
week, with the cool, cloudy mornings of
this week, were of material benefit to
summer crops and standing hay, hut
was to some extent damaging to cut
fruits are ripening slowly, owing to
the cool weather. Favorable reports of
the fruit crop continue.
Mnsick —There fell .64 of an inch of
rain on the 3d and sth of the month.
Out hay was only slightly damaged.
That not cut was greatly improved.
There was a heavy north wind on Fri
Han Luis Obispo—A light shower of
rain fell on June 3d, since which tbe
weather has been pleasaut but coil.
Tbe rain helped summer crops and late
grain. Some damage was done to hay
in the fields.
Huenerae—There is little to report
now. Farmers are beading. High winds
daring tbe week somewhat injured the
grain and corn oropa.
Bardadale —Hay baling in progress;
yield not as good aa expected; did not
etool oat after irrigating. Potatoes are
yielding well; outlook for corn, beans
and fruit continues promising.
Colegrove—Apricots lipening, other
cropa advancing rapidly and full crops
aaaured. Tbe hay crop has bean stacked
and much of it is being baled. Lemon
planting continues ; young treea are in
Verdugo—The weather continues cool
and lavorable for growing crops, but re
tards ripening of fruit. A few black
berries are being marketed and early
peaches are coloring in some localities.
Duarte—The week was favorable for
tbe growth of crops, the temperature
was normal and the weather fair.
Poaches and apricots are heavily loaded
and will be under-sized, except on Ir
rigated ground. Highest teaiperatnre,
85deg.; lowe3t, 51 deg.
Chino—The prevailing cool weather ia
favorable to the growth of tbe amail
beets which have a start that assures a
good crop. Hay on tbe low lands has
given a good yield.
Reports from nearly every eection of
the county to the Enterprise state tbat
as a rule that while tbe dry seaeon has
been productive of snort crops, it has
not proved as disastrous as was predict
ed a few weeks ago. Farmers have been
making the best of the situation and
have used every means of saving every
thing possible. Tbe fruit crop will be
good, the trees are healthy aud are
bearing heavily.
Ban Diego—Fruit crop premises well,
but maturing slowly, owing to cool
nights. Fruit is quite plentiful; oranges
are nearly gone; lemons plentiful.
Slightly warmer and less cloudy weather
this week. The honey crop will be me
dium in the back country, but poor
along the coast; the season is about a
month later than usual. Highest tem
perature, 70 degrees; lowest, 56 degrees.
Jackaon and Corbelt
May be matched in the near future; in
the meantime Martin Murphy, the well
known teacher of the manly art,
and trainer of more successful
pugilists than any other man in
America, has assumed the manage
ment of tbe Senate saloon, 416 South
Main street. He will bave a grand
opening this evening, and it is to be
hoped that the sporting fraternity will
tnrn out in full force and eat some of
the good tnrkey lunch that will be pro
King up 1356-The Crystal Ire Co
The laventory of the Kx-OuTirnor Dow
ney Property Koaehna •1,401,430.
Yesterday the inventory and appraise
ment of the estate of ex-Governor John
G. Downey was filed by the appraisers,
Walter 8. Moore and W. F. X Parker.
Tbe total value of the estate as ap
praised is $1,401,426.37.
The list of property is contained in a
voluminous type-written document of
26 pages. It shows tbat the deceased
owned valuable real estate in a number
of counties of Southern California, some
productive and aome not, and its value
at preaent is no criterion of the manifi
cent estate it frill become as the coun
try develops. \
One of the most interesting portions
of the inventory ia a long list of notea
held by tbe deceased for money loaned
to many prominent persona now living
in Lob Angelea. A large number of
of these notea, aggregating many thou
sands of dollars, are liated by the ap
praisers as having no value whatever,
and are upon people who are promi
nent in buainees and Bocial circles of
this city.
The real estate includes the Downey
block in thia city, valued at $275,000;
171.7 feet on Main Btreet, bounded by
Meyer, Main, Van Nuys and Mooney
and Carland, valued at $100,000; block
1, lot 2 block 2, and blook 3, Pry or tract,
valued at $80,0U1); lots 62, 63, 5 and 8,
Requena tract, $15,000; lots 10, 11 and
12 block A, John G. Downey tract, $20,
--000; 135 feet on east aide of Broadway,
being parts of lots 2, 3, 6 and 7 block 2,
$75,000; and other city lots. In the
Ranr ho Paloa Verdee tbereare the north
377.09 acrea of lot A, and eonth 638.41
acres lot A, $50,000. Tbe list includes a
large number of holdings in various
parts of Loa Angelea county, of lota and
acreage property.
In San Betnardino county there ia an
undivided 1-15 interest in the Cuca
monga Homestead Association tract,
valued at $16,000; an undivided ' 4 in
terest in tbe C'ucamonga vineyard, $50,
--000, and other acreage property ; block
56, in Sau Bernardino, $5600.
In Riverside county there ia tbe
Rancho San Jacinto Nuevo, $45,000, and
considerable acreage and town lots in
San Diego county, among*t which ia
the Warnar ranch of 40,241.34 acres,
valued at $348,298.16.
The Ladles.
The pleaaant effect and perfect safety
with which ladies may use the California
liquic. laxative, Syrup of Figa, 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.
Wtieu You Vialt Kedundo
Drop iv at tbe Caaino and enjoy tbe
afternoon concerts. Best accommoda
tiona for families; refreshments of avery
kind; strict order prevailing. Wagner
& Langer, proprietors.
Sunday Excursion to Catallua.
Excursion to Santa Catalina island
every Sunday. Train connecting with
steamer leaves Arcade depot at 8:30
a. m., returning the same day.
BOUETT—Qua Bouett, brother oi William Bou»
ett, 1119 Buena Vista stteet.
Funeral notice will appear later.
MUSSO—Mariana M. Musso, infant ton of John
und Aloysia Mu.-so.
The fuueral wi 1 take place from the resi
dence of his grandmother, Mrs. M. G. Santa
Cruz, Upper Main street, this afternoon,
Friday, Juue 15th, at 4 p. m. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.
DE. 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, core throat and mouth, blotches
and eruptions of the skin, ulcers, painful
swellings, etc.; kidney and bladder dis
eases, frequent micturition, scalding, in
fl.tmmation, eravel, 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, md ecretion or overwork, recent
or old, speedily, thoronghly and perma
nently cored. "Where shall Igo to get
cured ?" many a sufferer asks, not know
ing whom to trust. Go where thousands
of others have tone and be restored to
perfect health, the comforts of home and
the enjoyment of society—to Dr. White's
old established office, located 8 years in
Los Angeles. All lingering chronic dis
eases that have been neglected or bave
failed to yield to the treatment of less
skillful hands soon get well under Dr.
V\ bite's superior treatment. Patients
wisbiug speedy relief and sure cure
should consult Dr. White, whose long,
extensive experience enables bim to ap
ply tbe prc-oer treatment at once without
useless experiments, thus savini; the
patient much timu and expense. Office
and private laboratory, 128 North Main
street, Los Angeles, Cal, Out el-town
patients treated by mail and express.
Thf Lo A fine e--(Jur t , Bnth and Musiago In
■tlttate, 630 South Broad *ny jNew ncieuceof
jVk j: • uiiiioiin method of care witnout
mt'dtciuo or operation; tirat-olaaij diet. Baud
ior prosj ectua,
Practitioner ol Nutural Therapeutics.
4-18 ly
A Chance For All Ladies.
We have a su.eudid line ol Swncbes, taade
of soft, silky h.-iir, short -' ins and excellent
value in hli shades of brown,
FROM $1.50 UP.
Also Riey hair switches at the sain i price.
Hangs in «li shades aud styles. Hair dyeing
aud bleacbltig .uccesdully none at -be
Under the H nil en beck. Second at.
Ladies' Oxfords
Busy Bee Shoe House
36 cases Ladies' fine Vici Kid Oxfords, in the new
est shapes, kid or cloth tops, patent tips, worth (PO
from $3 to $4.25, yours for V" * J
14 cases Ladies' fine Grison Kid Oxfords, newest
shapes, in kid or cloth tops, patent tips, worth <M QR
from $2.50 to $3.50, youis for jJjI.UU
9 cases Ladies' fine hand-turned French Kid Ox- QRn
fords, sizes 2 to 3/4, worth $2.50, yours for Wv
fIEJTNoTE the Sizes.
320 pairs Ladies' Button Shoes, in BVeuch and
Grison kid, sizes 2 to 3/4, worth from $3 to $6.50 04 MR
a pair, yours for ipl.fij
Busy Bee Shoe House,
a. I—■ i • '„ .'.'ir-j-a.- ', , 1 »-■ —ij-m-r , 1 r ——— —«■ m
UANKINO iku 1,
Report to Comptroller May i, 1804,
Cash on hand and In bank $213.(130 22 Capl'al stock, paid in coin $250,000 00
Untied Btat»« bonds 15!» 500 00 surplus 0.000 00
Demand loans 220,231 89 Undivided prodts 7,«t10 811
Time loans 143,n5(l 1'- 'Irru atlon 13\uO0 00
school bonds »nd other 10,1*S 00 Deposits 381,»0» 01
Furniture ana fixtures (1,045 00
Real estate 27.9H4 05 i
1fT80,5«9 31 I $75(>,.'»09 31
The National Bank ol California Is one of the few banks tbat succ?s» fully stood the i-hocls.
of the bits piuic and uia.ntalned full coin payments n v | tbroiiKb.
Ili National Bank o( California payi no Interest ou depotlu in any firm, oflVrs no special
Inducements for business other than reliabl.ity when customers exercuo their alKht lo demand
their motivy.
lv the matter of loans It'leokx more to reliability than high rate* ol Interest, and dtsirei
no loani except Irom goo* and reliable parties, aud then exacts good security, be levtng that
no bauk is belter or more rellab.e than it- loans.
W. I.UKWKS. *. ». 0. KLOKKE, << ' X tKVINE, N. W. STOWKI.L,
SURPLUS 200,000
J. M. ELLIOT, President.
W. G, KERCKHOFK, V.-Pres't.
ti. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Cashier.
J. M. Ellio'.t, J. I). BloknelL
F. Q. Story. H. Jevue,
J. I>. Hooker, w. V. Patterson,
Wm. G. Kerckhoff.
N. W. cor. Second & Spring sts., Lot Angelea
CAPITAL $900,000
A general banking bnalneai tranaaoted.
Interest at 5 percent paid on time deposits.
W. 0. COCHRAN, Pres't.
H. J. WOOLLACOTT, Ist V.-Pres't
JAB, F. TOWELL. 2d V.-Pres't.
JOHN W. A. OFF, Cashier.
H, J. Woollacott, W. P. Oardlner,
A. A. Hnbbard. O. T. Johnson,
Geo. H. Bonebrake, Fred O. Jouuson,
W. O. Cochran, B F. Ball,
P. M. Green, John W. A. Off,
James F. To well. 8-9 tl
of Southern California
; 152 N. Spring St., Los Angeles.
[ J. H. BRALY, Prest. SIMON MAIER.V.-P. 1
! W. D.WOOLWINE, Oaehr. A.H . BRALY, Bee
23d N. Main street.
capital stock $100,000
Surplus 85.000
H. W. Hellman, Pres't. J. B. Plater, V.-Pres't
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Directors: I. W. Hellman, R. 8. Baker, H. W.
Hellman. J. E. Plater. L W. nellman.Jr.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on
first class real estate. 1
Modern in Always np
What we make a specialty of: 3ra v 'ssf'. , '
Yt uolen ooods, Silks, Laces. i^^S^Kß^BtßKwr —
The following letter rece'ved from H. F. GABKL, 303 Canal street, New York:
MB, DAVID McKAY. Manager os Angeles branch. Heir Sir: Enclosed please Hud list of
goods to be reduced. All $33 and *:«> suits, lots 85 aud 96. reduce to $'-'5: all $J7. i 0 and $30
suits, lots 65 and 70. reduce tnsJ2,so; all %*2 60 ami $25 suits reduce to $20; all $.:<) salts re
duce lo $17.50 and $15. Please put these gjods in your windows aud sea II it will not boons,
business. Veiy resp. ctfully, H. F. GABEL, 3t>B Caualsl. New Yin*.
The goods will be on sale after Monday at 12 m , June 11th. The store will be closed till
noon Monday to mark goods according to Instructions irom New York. Don't fail to ses out
GABEL THE TAILOR, Incorporated, 312 S. Spring Street.
JT Loa Angeles, Cal.
Oldsal and Latgett Bank in Southern
Capital (paid npi $ 500,000
Surplus and profits 780,000
Tolal $1,280 009
HERMAN W. HELLMAN Vice-Pi-sld.-nt
U. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cash.or
W. H. Perry, Ozro W. Child*, J. B. La n ker
atitis, C. E. Thorn, C. Dacommun, H. W. Hell
man, T. L. I uque, A. Ulassell, I. w. Ueilmau.
Exchange for sale on a.i thn uriucipal cities
of the United .nates, EuroD?. China and J*pau.
101 8. Spring sL, Nadeau D.ock.
L. N. BREED Preside ii
WM. F. BOSBYSHELL Vico-Pre Ller.t
O. N. FLINT Cashlor
W. H. HOLLIDAV Assistant Cashlef
Capital, paid In go d coin $2<>o. 00
undivided pn Ilia 25,0J'»
Aulhorlz d capital 500,000
L. N. Breed, 11. T. Newed, Wm. H. Averr,
Silas Holman. W. H. Hoiliday. K. C. Bn.Oy.
shell, M. Hagan, Frank R dor, D. Rtmlofc,
Thos. Oo«s, Wm. F. BosbyaheV.
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
loffices,I offices, am oircctchc:
... W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay
I'rert. Vitf Prcit. Cullier ■
C. 6. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker I
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAI p ,.o^,„p, E ,f°,? lT .3_B
Capital $500,000
Surplus 57.000
Total 557,000
WARRhN GII.LELEs, Vice-President.
F. C. HO ' EB, Cashiar.
X W. COE, assistant Cashier.
George H. Bonebrake, Warren Gillelen, P. M.
Green, Unas. A. Marriner, W. C. Brown, A. W.
Franc sco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen, F. U.
How s. i>-15 tl

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