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A Big Fire in the Heart ot London. Proposed Franco-German Alliance in Africa. French. Aggression In Slailasresosr—Prln. eets Uolouua Begins Action for Separation From U.i Husband. By the Associated Press. London, Jnne 21.—Fire broke out at 9 o'clock tonight at the Agnes cabinet manufactory in Tabernacle street. The fiamee, aaaistad by a tierce wind, spread furioualy, and within an hour eight or ten other factories were burning. The wind carried sheets of flame and sparks a great distance, and the illumination attracted thousands of people to the vicinity. Thirty engines were sum moned, but tbe greatest difficulty was experienced in approaching the burning buildings. The whole block was burned. The •ntire Loudon brigade, over 60 engines and 400 men, were in attendance. The flames were visible from all parte of London aid suburbs. Wollo of build ings fell from time to time with loud crashes. So far as ascertained there were no casualties. The fire raged with fury until mid night, when it was controlled. The es timated damage ia £200.000. A Franco-German Alliance. Pabis, June 21.—The Martin prints an interview with Mr. Aruuit, the famoua bimetallist and member of tbe Prussian diet, in which he urges a Franco-Ger man alliance in Africa as the only way to keep England in her place. Eng land's possession of the Nile valley, he declarea, ia much gloomi" 'or trance than tbe fact tbat tip-"*"/ Uea re t aken ber former prj—*"™- Lngland'a im prudence »«» hand in the Belni'' agreement in regard to the Con _ , fie believes, has given an opportunity for tbe Franco-German alliance which be suggests. French Aggression in Madagascar Tananahivo, Madagascar, Ju"o 21— The commander of the French man-of war llngan recently ordered tbe native government at Fort Dauphin to con struct a landing station there, and threatened to make him a prisoner if he refnaed to obey. The French residents backed the commander's demand and refused to notice tbe protest of the gov ernment. Much uneasiness prevails, and it is believed that it ia the irtetuion of France to seize Fort Dauphin and use it is a naval atalion. University Extension Congress. London, June 21.—A university ex tension congress, to last two daya, will begin its business in this city tomorrow. The delscatea attended a banquet at Mercer's hall this evening. Delegates were present from Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and Canada. Tbe congress will meet under the aus pices oi the London society. The chan cellors of Oxiord, Cambridge and Lon don will preside at the three suasions, respectively. Worse Than Expected. London, Juue 21.—The Timea in ita financial article describes Ihe Atchison reorganization nlan as fully as had, aud in some reapectu worse than expected. It oavH it it surprising that the London bondholders committee humbiy accept ed euch a scheme. Such precedents ouly encourage American railroad men to extend roada right aud left und trust to an occasional apoliatiou of Kuglißh rignta vi hen their extravagance bejra iia natural fruit of bankruptcy. Fighting in the Phillipines. Madrid, June 21.—Diapatchea received by the government from Mindiaao, one of the largest of the Phillipine ialands, report that a battle was fought on tiie Oih inst. between Spanish troops and Alua?.elman inhabitants of the ieland, and that the Snauish were victorious. One hundred Musselmuns were killed. The SpaniaU losa wbb only a lew wouud ed. The fighting atill continues. Moorish Indemnity. Tangieu, Juno 21. —Sultan Abdul Aziz has ordered the pay incut lo Spain of the indemnity promised by his father on account of the Me'.ille offsir. An American Beaten. lond.-. Jnue 2U —W. W. Howard. bea'enT'two rS. Uoeiat ' wa3 Dea.en m two rac. Ht Bourne today. <lup„r«..lon of Washington, June 21.— renreaan tativea of the live stock bo™f/ ce° Bn o liave beeu holding a three-days' sb„,: on here, fioishod their work today aud a.>.. tonrned to meet ia Chicago next year. The greater portion of tod ay'l session was consumed in a discussion of the subject of the uniformity of etate rules ana regulations ior the suppression of cattle diseases. Death of Valuable Volte. Inoei'icnoknck, la., June 21.—Molaoh, 2:17, by Stranger, died at Hash park this afternoon. Ho was oxpect9d to go in the 2:10 class this eenoon, and was valued at $20,000. Ho was the property of Chicago parties. Lot'ismm, June 21,—The colt Green Joy, owned hy Col. Scott Newman nnd valued at $10,000, dlod today. California, Wine Uroirert. San Josh, June 21.—At a meeting of the wine growerg of Cupertino ami West Side held today, 101)0 acrea were pledged to the eyndicate o( winegrowerf. rsoentlv formed to handle the wino ontont of California, and it is believed thatbv the end of this weok every acre in this sec tion will be included in the syndicate. A Vnloretl Murderer Hanged. Coiusnms, O, June 22.—Wm. Wirt, colored, aged 19, was hanged in the penitentiary thlß, (Friday) morning for the murder of Allen Wilson in Green county. Ho met death without the least sign of nervousness. Van v„,,rf or Cungreaa. Zanksyiu.k.O., ,lu„ e 21.-Tho Repub licans of tiie Fifteenth district today nominated B. C. Van Voorhies for con gress. I>e»th or Prufuenor Tuttle. ITHACA, N. V , Juno 21.-Prof. Herbert Tflttle, president of Modem .European history, in Cornell university, is dead. Adnilaaluin to the Fair. h«2a X 5* A ." C !* ,0 « Jnl » B 21—There were nm admissions to the midwiu'er fair today. Wall paper house of the coastT 328 S. Spring. THE AURORA BOREALIS. Curiosities of the Singular Bed Lights In the Northern Skies. The anoiente viewed tho aurora boro alia with superstitious awe, looking upon it as an omen of direful disaster. It is not unusual for descriptions of old timo battles to mention tho fact that tho "curious red 'northern lights' gave us warning that Bomothing awful was about to happen." In tho annals of Clau-Mao-NoißO is to bo fcraad an ac count of a purple aurora, which lighted np tho northern skies in the year 688 A. D. on tbe night preoodiug the dread ful bottle fonght by the Irish tribeß of Leiuster and Munstor, and it is not neo oßsary to mention tho fact that the peo ple took it as an omon of tho great slaughter which soon followed. In tho year 1860 the people of Amer ica witnessed some of tho grandest dis plays of the auroral light that have ever been known in the history of tho world. During the month of September, that year, partictalarly upon tho nights of tha 2d, 3d and 30th, brilliant auroras wero reported from nearly every point on tho American continent. Superstitions peo plo like thoso of Ireland hundreds of yeara ago believe until this day that the peculiar appearance of the eky upon tho nights mentioned was a presago of tho groat conflict which was bo soon to bo waged between the north and south. Tho cause of tho aurora haa long been a matter of speculation. M. do la Rive, a Genoese scientist, who has long anil faithfuly labored for tho enlightenment of humanity upon thia subject, niado an interesting experiment in Finland in the year 1882 and ono whioh goes a long way toward proving that "fitful aurora" is a phenomenon of electrical character. Tho experiment is best described in the languago of the experimenter him Bolf: "Wo surrounded tho peak of a mountain with copper wire, pointed ot intervals with tin nibs. We next heavi ly charged the wire with electa icity, and afterward nearly every night during our stay had the ot seeing yel lowish white lipAt daiico from nib to nib, in whic> r ' ,G spectroscopo analysis exhibited tho greenish yellow rays so cliarjwccristic of tho aurora borealis. At pjotarintumturi we wero especially fa vored in making our experiment, hav ing on two different occasions causod an auroral arch to appear as if hanging in tho air directly over onr wires and about 150 rods abovo them." — St. Louis Ropnblic. Hi? CertlUrate. Public men are often at their wits' end to avoid peoplo who Beck their in fluence to carry out new enterprises or to further their personal interests. A prominent politician in an ovil hour bought AttM Mini plasters of an agent who was selling them from door to door. Ho was seated ono day in his study preparing for a debate when a shy, cadaverous man was shown in. Think ing tho t.trangor might be a constituent, the politician received bim with bia most genial air. "Good morning, sir. I called to gee if I could get your certificate for them corn plasters yon bought of my agent tbe other day.'' "Why, sir, Ido not understand yon." "Merely a certificate for tho benefits derivod from my corn plasters." "Oh—ah—yes. I understand. Cer tainly, certainly." And tho statesman wrote: "To whom it may concern: This is to certify that if I live long enough I shall be a thousand years old next July. For 175 years, moro or less, I have been an invalid, unable to move except by a lover. Tho day before yesterday I bought a box of Barker's corn plasters. Binco then I can rim 20 miles an hour. Any man who believes this and wishes fur ther recommendations will gladly bo supplied if this corn doctor lives to get out of my offico." Tho man of com plasters took it in silently aud departed. — Harrison's Monthly. Electric Treatment of riants. About o0 years ago an ingenious phy sician of an inquiring turn of mind was struck- with tho idea that if electricit/ was good for feeble people it might be equally good for fceblo plants. A row of evergreens had been put out on bis grounds some time before, and it oc curred to him that as there were a couplo of his best trees in an exceedingly frail stato of health hero was a good chauco to test his theory. He accordingly con nected a wire from a battery with tho roots of ono of tho trees, ''turned on a very mild current and watched the re sults. In a short timo the leaves, which had begun to turn yellow, took on a lively shade of green, new shoots started out, and tho tree tbat had boon given u b by tho gardener as past saving was soon \i M moat flourishing ouo of tbo row anr, before long outstripped ita fellows in tjeailty and luxuriance of growth. Thes«. experiments in this di rection oamo to an (m( \ t, y tho doath of tho doctor, and thus siuull that might have been of great service to the garden er and the florist remained ondovolopctl. Who will enter the field :uid gi Y e us ac curate, simple and easily managed methods of growing plants by electrici ty?-—New York Piano Practice For a Century. According to a foreign contemporary, an old Italian lady, widow of tbe Cava liero Alisio, celebrated ber hundredth birthday on Sunday at Turin. "Tho venerable lady," so wo read, "who ac companied her husband on tho Russian campaign of 1813, enjoys excellent health and practices tho piano daily. " It only remains to be added to this an ecdote of outrageous longevity of an ac compauibt that sho bas now embarked on Czemy's 101 oserciscs. Revenge. Tired Reporter—Mr. Shears, tho man you sent me to interview got mad. Ahlo Editor—Ho did? "And choked me." "Eh?" "Aud hit mo in tho eye." "Yo powers!" "And kicked me down stairs." "Tho low lived scoundrel 1 Spell his MMM wrong.''—Loin lon Tit-Bits. Ten DoUtwi Por Sitting on a Pin. Mrs. Lizzie Smith, who sued Mra. Jen nie Sousley for $:i,uoo damages for plac ing the business end of a pin uppermost in her church pew, has been awarded $10 damages by a jury at Flemingsbnrg. —Maysville (Ky.) Dispatch. LOS ANGELES ITER A LP: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE M, 1894. STRIKING MINERS ACTING UGLY. Serious Trouble at Walston, Pennsylvania. Several Companies of state Troops Ordered Out. Union Mincn Kvlcted In Oblo—Collapse of th* Coal Strike nt Paua, lll.—Striker. ludloted for filurder. By the Associated Press. Punxhutawney, Pa., June 21. —Wal- ston tonight contains about 1200 for eigners, who are in au attitude far from peaceable. The mine omciula are pow erless, and the Huns are running things at the mines to suit themselves. An ad ditional lot of firearms were purchased today, and the hardware merchants could have sold a hundred Winchesters ii they had had them. Very few English speaking miners are now in Walston. The citizens of Funxantaw ney and Walston are much alarmed at tbe preeent critical sitation. The pump era are compelled to leave the pumpa and the mines are rapidly filling with water. John Snyder, mine superintendent at Walston, was compelled to leave and has been eteying in this town. The mi litia is expected tomorrow. The for eigners understand the troops are com ing, and the highway leading from thia Elace to Walston ia swarming with ordes of Italiane and Huus, who are greatly agitated. The greatest fear ia .row that tbere will be an attack upon the Euglieii-apeaking miners and their families. They bave been driven from their homes, and in the darkness fathers and huebunde bave been separated from wivea and children and the children are running around crying for protection. Harrikrurq, Pa., June 21.—The Fifth and Sixteenth regimente and the Sheri dan poata have been called out by Gov ernor Pattison for service in Jefferaon county. Sheriff Gourley telegraphs that 700 Hungarians and 1000 sympathizers are within three milea of Punxsutawney, and the situation grows mors alarming every minute. The mobia in possession of the mining propertiea at Walston. Pomkroy, 0., June 21.—Fourteen fam ilies of union miners were evicted at Spillmau today and their places in the rniiu-H taken by 00 southern negroea. After the eviction the miners were paid for ttieir gardene and treated to several kegs of beer. Sullivan, Ind., June 21.—Tbe minera at Star City resumed worl:, bat were forced to come out today by a dalega | ton of atrikere. The purpose now ia to | wait for orders from the officers ot the j state federation. Pana, 111., June 21.—The atrike at Pana wae declared off at a meeting of the Miners' union today. Evtry man was given tbe privilege of getting work as best he could at the operators' terras, but most of the local strikers will have to leave town, co it is reported, because their pieces have been filled by Strangers. The scale committee called on the op erators cud the latter tcld them they had aH the miners they could employ at present and would not recognize the union. BraiMorißXJ}| 111., June 21. —A meeting of but) miners was held here last even ing and it wav decided that all men resuming work will pay 12)e per cent of their earnings to thoelf belonging to the ■ organization out cf work. Tho minera cay the shafts resuming work will force tho operators to give the deuiandod Mala. Brazil, Ind., June 21. —The grand jury today returned indictments against nine striking minera, charged with m'.r der in the first degree, for killing En gineer Barrow of the Vandelia line. THE OKKGON BLEUHON. Governor Pennoyer Expresses Ills Opinion About Ir. Portland, Ore., June 21. —Since the recant election, Governor Pennoyer haa refused to be interviewed on politics. Today, however, referring to the press comments on the result of the election, lie said : "Our existing financial policy ie oppreasing multitude s and yet Ore gon unintentionally at the late election endorsed the oppressor. lam not un gra eful for the unstinted abuse given to me Bince the election by tbe plutocratic press of the country, realizing, as Pope expresses it, that 'the villain's cenaure ia extorted praiße.' " A Double Tragedy. Macon, Go., June 21, —News was re ceived here today of a double tragedy in Crawfoid county. Ward Dent and O. P. Wright had a difficulty in Dent's store. Wright cut Dent serosa the abdomen. Friends inter fered end Wright went across the Btreet and waß followed by Dent, who, with his entrails protruding, plunged a pitchfork into Wright's breaßt and broke the fork into piecea over hia ha»d. Both men will die. FreCKlnrldgn Not Invited. Nkw York, June 21. —It ia stated that Cingieaemnn Breckinridge, of Ken tucky, tma not been invited to make the principal speech at Tammany Hall July 4th. According to custom, invitations were mailed to all the senators and representatives, but uo apecial invita tion waß Bent 1 3 Breckinridge. The California" Is Dead. San Francisco, June 21. — The Exam iner will st;\te tomorrow that the Oali fornian Illustrated M.-grtzine is dead, and the death uppureritly 13 eternal. The magazine, which was started in 1801, dieil while the May numbar waa being lubiiahod. Itaplil Flljjlit or Pigeons. Milan, Mo,, Juue 21.—1). D. Dave man ot this city released 25 Chicago cur rier pigeotiß at G o'clock lust evening. A telegram was received Baying thoy ar rived safely in Chicago at 8 o'clock, hav ing traversed a diatauco ol 310 miiee iv tii 1 co hours. It is said to be a fact in natural hos iery that in tropical regions n certain (ml, whenever it rinds a small snake, will perforate it with its bill and kill it, after which it will impalo tho body on a thorn of a thorn applo tree. A Brooklyn deacou has invented a money sieve which sorts out tho pen nies, nickels, dimes and quarters winch ho collects in tho church contribution box. Tho number of marriages performed' throughout the world each day is esti mated at 3,000. CONGRESSMAN FIELDER'S SALARY. It Goes to the Widow of the Man He Suc ceeded—llls flcud l'rlcnii'H i vi ..-).;. ,-, Tho houso ought to pass a resolution excepting Congressman Fielder of New Jersey from the operation of the law which deducts tho pay of tho members who aro absent. If anything is taken from Mr. Fieldcr'a salary, it will not conio out of his pocketß, but will dimin ish the income of the widow of ex-Con gressman McDonald, whom Mr. Fielder succeeded in congress. When Mr. Field er wae nominated and elected, ho volun tarily offered to turn over to Mrs. Mc- Donald the entiro salary which her hus band wonld havo received, less tho amount necessary to pay his hotel ex penses in Washington. This agreement ho has religiously kept. Out of Mr. Fielder's $10,000 talary for his two years' term, Mrs. McDonald will receive be tween $7,000 and $8,000. There is an interesting story connect ed with this incident. On the day upon which Mr. McDonald died a daughter was born to him. Mr. Fielder's name is George; hio wife's namo is Eleanor. Tho little daughter of hi 3 dead friend is named Georgine Eleanor McDonald.— Boston Advertiser. 1_ A Sprouting Easel. An easel in the parlor of Edson H. Pierces residence on San Joaquin street, between Worth and Anderson, has sprouted. Four thrifty littlo shoots, each a few inches long, have forced their way through paint, varnish and gilding and aro growing as if very ambitious to re produce their kind. Mrs. Pierce expects to raito quite a crop of little easelß this season. The easel was purohased from an old man last winter, who eaid ho brought it from tho mountains. Tho piece of oprouting furniture, if a parlor ornament can be designated as an article of furniture, is about 0 feet high, and the uprights are li inches thick. All four of the sprouts aro on the same up right—the ono to tho left as the specta tor faces tho easel. The largest, which grows at the top, is 2i inches long and of the thickness of a lead pencil. Tho three ot bora vary from a half to li inches in length, and are proportionately thick. —Stockton (Cal.) Mail. A M cthematical Wonder. Rubo Field, tho Warrensburg (Pa.) mathematical wonder, is an imbecilo and docs not know one fignro from an other. His pastime is to give off handed answers to problems liko this: "What will 520 % yards of calico amount to at 5?4 centa per yard, with a discount oi C and aJ ;V per cent. 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Louisville, June 21.—General Kelly and ti ia right hand man, Colonel Baker, were arreated here today as vagrants and placed under bonda iv $2500 each to appear tomorrow morning, when they will be tried. Bond was furniehed and tbe men were released. Greenkburo, Pa., June 21.—"Un known" Smith, the deposed lieutenant of Coxey'a army, waa arreated laat night for interfering with a lawn fete. Today he wee lined $0, and in default sent to jail for 48 hours. Grand Junction, Colo., Juno 21. —A few members of Smith's luduetrial army atraggled in here today. They report about 150 of their comradea at the point of starvation and thirst, ecattered along the desert between here and Salt Lake. The Rio Grande wiU not carry them, and the trainmen have strict orders to keep them off. General Smith ia here and ia endeavoring, witii poor success, to send aid to them. If something is not done many deaths may be expected. Pierre, S. D., June 21.—A citizens' committee met the Coxeyites a fe>- iniisa above here this evening. They will not try to land tonight, but will let the peo ple known their decision in tne morn ing. A large mass meeting of citizens waa called tonight and nearly every man in the city ia armed. Mayor Owena ia firm in saying the Coxeyitea cannot land. Omaha, June 21.—The federal conrt today left for Fort Sidney to try the 250 'Wealera confined there for holding up a Union Pacific train atOgallala last me;k. Complaints were prepared by the district attorney charging each man with con tempt of court, interfering with inter state traffic and delaying the United Stateß m'aila. It is said some of the leaders against whom strong cases may be established will be made example by giving them peniten tiary sentences. The othera will be tried in bunches of 25 and given jail sentences. Spokane, Waah., June 21.—A Com monwealer troop of cavalry of 17 mem bers left here today for Washington, They took the P.ockford road expecting to meet a troop from Walla Walla, West Bonne) Rates Advanced. Kansas City, June 21.—1t has just leaked out here that tbe west-bound merchandise rates from Chicago and the Mississippi to tho Missouri river and westward, are to be advanced all along the line July 1. The advance was de cided npon at a meeting of the traffic managers in St. Louis ten days ago, but it waa agreed to keep the matter quiet. Do You Advertise your Real Estate for sale or Houses and Flats to rent in The Sun day Herald? It Pays. WAGON MATERIAL, HARD WOODS, IRON, STEEL, HORSE SHOES AND NaILS, Blacksmiths' Coal, Tools, Etc. JOHN WIQMOREI, 117, ll» und 121 South I.oi Angelos Street. am! TUMOR ' CURED. T^|^S until well. Bock of home ti»r tlraoirals .-etit fr. c. H. K. CIIAMi XV, SI D. Onice '-11 W. First st. H'rpH«4 311 VY. Ann st., £01 Angeles, Cil. 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Our party, though now very large in numbers, will be conducted through. a veritable wonderland—out of Yellowstone National Park, where nature has builded a shrine for worshippers of the beautiful and the voice of echo is like a tintinnabulation of silvery sounds. Out ot these dreamy dells we proceed along the Elkhorn Valley—tbe entire excursion abounding with instructive and in teresting information for both old and young. Tiie Cost of Tie Ti a Mere Bagatelle Parts ot Glimpses of America may be had at the Her ald office for ten cents and 3 coupons clipped from this paper. Do not fail to secure this beautiful THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA. Report to Comptroller May 4, 1894. RESOURCES. I LIABILITIES. Cash on hand and tv bank $213.03!) 22 Capital stock, paid in cola $250,000 00 United Bistn bonds 199 500 uO Surplus 0,000 00 Demand loans 220,221 32 Undivided proflts 7,000 30 Tiro.- loam 143.000 18 Circulation. 135,000 00 school bcmlo and other 10.1*3 UO Deposits 351.809 01 Furniture and fixtures (i,ois 00 Heal estate 87. M» 68 j $760,56!) 31 I $780,560 31 The National Bank ol California Is one of the few banks that successfully stood tha shock ct the lute pinic ami inaintain-d full coin payments right through. The National Hank of California payn no interest ou deposits in any form, offers no special inducements for business other than reliability wheu customers exerclae their right to demand tbeir ii.in. \. la ihj matter of lor.ns it looks more to reliability than high rates of interest, and desires no loanx excei t from good aud reliable parties, aud then exacts good security, believing that no batik is better or mure reliable than i U loans. -SDIRECTORSif- O. H. CHURCHILL, 0. T. JOHNSON. JOHN WOLFKICILL, H. H. SHERMAN, W. l . QKAVKS. it. "'. 0. KLOKICK, GEORGE IRVINE, N. W. STOWKLL, W. S. DBS'AN, T. E. NEWI.IN, A. HADLEY, JOHN E. MARBLE, JOHN M. C. MARBLE. OF LOS ANGELE i. capital stock; $100,000 SURPLUS -200,000 J. M. KLLIOT, Presl lent, YV. li. KKRCK.HOFF, V.-Pros't. FKANK A. GIH.HON, Cashier. 0.8. fcIIAFFKK, Ass't Oaihler. mucconti j. m. Eiiiott, j. 0, eteknoi). V. Q. Story. 11. Jevue, J. J>. Iloo»er, VV. C. Patterson, Win. G. Keicitliofr, OTATB LOAN AND TRUST CO. 0 N.vV. cor. second & Hpriag »U., Loa Angeles CAPITAL S500.ODI) UNDIVIDED PROMTS 42.50J A general banking Uuiiucss transacted. 111 loi ■ ut fj per cent paid on time deposits. OFFICKttti W. G. COcIIBAK, Pres't. li. J. WuOI.LAOOTT, Ist V.-Pres't. JAS. F. TOWiCLL 2d V.-Pro.'t. JOHN w. A. OFF, Cuhio:. MMHONI H. J. Wnollacott, W. P. Gardiner, A. A. Hubdartl. O, T. Joanaou, Hec. ii. Ui.titdinke, irtd O. Joiiu.on, VV. ti. I,'i.cliriin, JB. c. ball, p. 0, Given, Jolm VV. A, Off, James F. Towed. 8 !) It SAVINGS SANK] ,of Southern California < ; IS2N. Springst., Los An;;clcs. j 1 CAFITAI. SITOOK. CIOO.OOO. I ! —rjIH£OTOUB- \ i J. H. BrtALY. Prost. SIMON MnIER. V.-P. J ! »V. D.WOOLVYiNS.Oishr. A.H.URALY, fee \ H. JiVNE, W. O. PAVTEBSON, CA. QIPSOH, , S J M. f.LUOT-, C. H. HA.°SON. Ft. '.V. POIND, XTctl 104 ANQtLKH B\v i >:gT nan k, j 230 R. Main street. niui stock $ inn.ono in plus 35 000 11. W. Hellman. Pre.'r, J. P. 1 later, V.-Fre.'t Vi. M. Caswell, Cxs-hl'r. Director-; I. W. Hellman. H. I Baker, H. W. Hellman, J. E. Pnit-r I W. Hellman. jr. Interest pa don deposits, -wouoy to onn ou first-class real estate. 11-Ifl T"UKMER3 AND MERCHANTS BANK OF JP Los Angeles, Cal. Oldest aud La.geit Bank In Southern California. Capital (paid up) $ 500,000 Surplus and piuQts 7H0.000 Total $1,280,000 officirs: IBAIAB W. HKLLMAN President HKRMAN W. IIKLLMAN.. Vioe-Piesldent JOHN MII.NEIt Caller 11. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier TMHICCTOKH: W. H. Perry, Ozro VV. Unilds, J. B. Lanker shim, c. E. Thorn, C. Ducommuu, 11. VV. lleli. man, T. 1;. Linqne, A. Ulassell, I. VI, Hellman. itxrlisu/i; for sale on all tha principal cities of the Uuited Statos, Kurope, China and Japan. SOUTH KltN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK 101 ■- Spring St., Nadoau o.ook. th N IiRKEI) Presldett WM. F. UOdllYsHttLL Vics-Pre.ideut C. N. FLINT Cashier W. H. HOLLIDAY Assistant Cashier Capita 1 ., paid in gold coin $200, )00 Surplus and undivided profits. 2A.0D0 A uihoriz A capital BOO.OUU DIRECTORS: L. N. Breed, 11. T. Ncwe.l, Wm. H, Avon-, Silss Holiaan, vy. H. Holliday, If. v. llnsby sho'l, >'. Bagsn. Frank R der, 11. Kemicx, Thos. Go.s, Wsj, F. Bosbysheli. sjsssssswsysassssssssssssaessseg sssssssssassssisjisssssassssj [UNiONBANKOFSAVXHGS CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 ft 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. o*FiCep3 and ... W. SUm. »ti Win. Ftrn-ieon W. E. McVay I host Viitfrs* <'«.Ut« 0. Q. Han-icon S. H. Motl P. M. Baker A. i*. Pemcroy S. A. Bitilsr I j! ON P^-gSjTJBj J OS A.NGIiI.iSS NAT u.NAI, UvN K. I'SlTta MMfM DKl'OilTO IV. Oapi'n! iJtVMi.noo surplus 67.1HH) To al 057,000 GEOUGK H. BINKBRAEK, P ("-Mont. WARI'.' S >i1:.1,K1,8 •, Vice-President. K. U. HO BH.CashUr, E W. co«, isslsum Cashier. Dittßotoa*: G.'orgell. Bonebrake, Wsr.-en QlUolan, P. M. Green, Uhas. A. .Msrrino', VV C. Brown, A. VV, Franc sco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. Ail'a, f. 0. Howes. 9-101: ft