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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
PASADENA.
Pasadena. Sept. 6.—Tho Republicans
are making great preparations for the
Friday night meeting, when Hon. M. M.
Estee is to speak.
A committee, consisting of Mayor
Lnkons. Captain Simpson and Captain
Drake, has been eppointed to go up tho
road with the l.os Asngeies delegation,
and escort tho Bepubtican nominee {or
governor to this city, where he will be
entertained at HoteJ Green. An in
formal reception will bo tendered tba
gentleman irom the north previous to
the public meeting. Additional seats
bave been put io the wigwam, and
preparations made (or a big time. Mu
sic has been arranged lot, and all are
invited.
HUNGER—FIERCE.
The pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
R. Pierce, on Concord court, was tbe
scene last evening of a happy wedding,
the parties thereto being their daughter,
Misa Mary L. Pierce, and Mr. Harry L.
Monger, of tbe grocery firm of Storey &
Monger.
About 25 guests, most of them rela
tives of the bride and groom, says tbe
Star, were present to witness the cere
mony, whicb was performed in st simply
impressive manner by Rev. D. D. Hiii.
The parlors were exquisitely decorated
with flowere for the occasion, the bay
window b"iw* arranged so tbat tbe rose
flecked white curtains across the area
formed an arch, under which the bridal
couple stood during the ceremony. They
were ushered into tbo room to the music
of a wedding march played by Mies
Flora Scbopbach, tbe bride looking very
handsome iv a costume of white silk,
made en train, trimmed with white lace
and wearing a tulle veil. Sbe wore vio
lets and carried a bunch of the same
flower's.
After tbe congratulations the guests
sat down to a beautifully decorated and
well-laden refreshment table, and the
enjoyment of its good cheer pleasantly
concluded the evening.
Mr. aud Mre. Munger have gone to
housekeeping in a handsome suit of
rooms in the Smythe block, where a
large number of valuable ana pretty
wedding gifts testify to the good will of
their friends.
A WARM WELCOME.
A warm home-coming reception was
tendered Rev. Florence Kollock, pastor
of tbe Universalis! chnreb, this evening,
by members of the congregation and
lriends. Tbe reception was held from 7
to 10 in tbe vestry of the chnreb,
tvhich was crowded by friends of Miss
Kollock, who ware glad to welcome her
back.
A short musical programme enliv
ened ttie occasian, and light refresh
ments were served during tbe course of
the evening. A short address of welcome
was made by Mr. Coffin, who referred
feelingly to the great work which Miss
Kollock ie oarrying on in onr city. The
response of Miss Kollook was listened to
with pleasure.
A MEXICAN FIGHT.
Justice Merriam's coart was ocenpied
today by a gang of Mezioans who had
been amusing themselves by getting
into • general fight np in the Santa
Anita oafien. The chief cause of the
trouble seemed to be a little Mexican
girl, apparently about 13 years old, wbo
was claimed by a big Mexican named
Hilva as bis wife. Another Mexican
thought he bad a better claim on her
and called in his friends to back bim
np, when tbe trouble began. Oneof the
fellows had a bullet hole in one leg,
wbich be claimed bad been received
accidentally. The evidence was very
contradictory and tbe court tamed the
defendants loose.
A LONG TRIP.
Last evening Mr. F. 8. Wallace re
ceived a cable message from his brother,
A. J. Wallace, announcing bia safe ar
rival at Falmouth, England, after a
sailing voyage of 137 days from Ban
Francisco, via the born. Mr. Wallace
was accompanied by Mr. D. Galbraith,
also of this city, both of whom took ths
voyage on account of tbeir health. This
ts tbe first newß received from the party
since they left Sin Francisco, aa the ship
touched at no port en route.
NOTES.
Mrs. Stephen C. Clark and children
have returned from an ooting in Santa
Barbara county.
Rev. Q. W. Pearl, who has filled the
pulpit of the Christian church here for
several Sunders, will preach in Pomona
on Sunday next.
Mrs. P. 0. Baker returned yesterday
from San Franciaco, where ehe went to
place her young eon In school,
James McLsoblan, candidate for eon
grtsi. and Mr. Luther Q. Brown are
stomping Banta Cruz county for the
Republican ticket.
At v meeting of Pasadena encamp
ment. No. 84, I. O. O. F., last evening
A. O. Harris was elected delegate to tbe
grand encampment, which meets at
Santa Rosa next month.
H. J. Vail is laid up witb a badly
swollen foot, the result of a disagree
ment between himself and hid horse's
foot. While driving yeeterday tbe line
accidentally got under the animal's tail,
when he began to kick, one of the blows
landing on Mr. Voil'g ankle.
Thieves ara getting too promiscuous
about town to be comfortable. About
ten days ago ths hones of W. C. Moshei
on North F.iir Oa*d avenue was entered
in the day time and the dining-room
table cleared of about $20 worth ul sil
verware. Last Sunday night tbe cot
tafs just in tbe rear, into which Mr.
Moshar'e son-in-law, P. W. Walker,
had just moved hia boogehold good",
was eutered and hia trunks rifled of $49
worth of the earn-) kind of property.
SANTA ANA.

Santa Ana, Sept. ti.—Onr postmaster,
H. A. Peabody, states tbat a great deal
of second-class mail matter is dropped
in tbe office without the requisite
amount of postage on it. Some people
seem to think that one cent will carry
almost any amount of paper, but the
law requirea one cent for each four
ounces aud fraction over, and tbe post
age must be paid by tbo Binder when it
is mailed.
Mr. and Mre. Bowen and daughter of
Pomona are visiting at Dr. and Mrs. J.
D. Mills for a few days.
Lon Hickox has just gotten np a new
case of sample pbotsa lor exhibition in
his studio. It ia worth looking at.
J. A, Hankey returned to Avalon to
day after a few days in Santa Auaon
business and pleasure.
The case of the people against Frank
White and John O'Donntll came up for
trial tbia morning before Superior Judge
J. W. Lawrence and a jury. These men
were arrested August 7th, charged with
breaking into August Renter's winery
and stealing wine. Lawyer Rider de
fended tbem. Tbe jury was oat but
snven minutes when they brought in a
verdict of not guilty.
Mrs. H. A. Peabody, ber two eons
and Mi's Peabody, sister of H. A. Pea
body, went to Laguna today for a abort
atay.
luez Kurbans, aged 8 months, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Burbank, died
this morning at Olive. Funeral tomor
row at residence.
Mr. J. A. Barger reports a yield from
125 apricot trees, jnst one acre and a
quarter, of 4., tons oi dried fruit at 7
centa a pound will make $446.25 per
acre.
C. B. Parker is fitting up a fin* res
taurant in tbe Ovas building, jaet west
of the Brunswick.
Miss Anderson will open her private
school en Second atreet September 17th.
Peter McCain of Capietrano brought
in 20 coyote scalps to be filed with tbe
county olerk today.
Morris Smith of Orangetborp killed an
eagle that measured O'j feet from tip to
tip of wings.
Sam Parsons of Loa Angelea, formerly
a clerk in the Commercial bank of this
city, is in our city visiting friends for a
few days.
Tbe Francis Wilson baseball club will
cross bats with tbe Santa Ana boys next
Monday at Spurgeon'a park, thia city.
The Wilson club bave the linest gaits of
any club in the etate.
F. P. Hickey announces himself ac a
candidate for supervisor of the First dis
trict, subject to tbe decision of the Rs
publican convention.
Tbe regular meeting of the chamber
of commerce was held last night. The
secretary reported that 80 jara bad been
filled with preserved fruit for exhibition
purposes.
Tbe matter of testing the sagar beets
in regard to saccharine matter was left
in the hands of tbe president and secre
tary.
The seoretary was instracted to inter
view R. A. B. Wade, manager sf the
Weatern Union telegraph office, to see
what arrangements can be made for dis
playing weather signals during the com
ics winter.
Publication of notice of the annual
meeting wae ordered. Adjourned.
John Leek, agent for the Ln-Ml-Nam
bicycle, challenges the Rambler Bicycle
company or any of ita agents to a test of
strength of tbe two wheels, to be tested
in Santa Ana by disinterested parties.
Challenge must be acoepted by Oct. 1,
1894.
Rev. W. de R. Pos of Orange has re
signed as pastor of the Baptist church,
and will enter an eastern university to
better prepare himself for bis calling.
The many friends of Arthur Yaroell
will be pleased to hear that cards are
ont for hie marriage to Miaa Jennie Arm
strong of Ontario.
T. Hiedel ie quite sick today.
Mrs. J. W. Montague and Miss Marian
Thomas started today for St. Louts and
New York. Mrs. Montague will visit
friends in St. Louie and Misa Thomas
will attend school in New York.
SANTA MONICA.
Santa Monica, Sept. 6 —The town ia
comparatively quiet, everybody possibly
being at tbe Hepublioan caunty conveu
tion.
Tbe nomination of Weyee for tbe as
sembly is especially gratifying to Re
publicans bore.
Camp Garfield No. 2, S. O. V., mus
tered a new recruit last night, Mr. J. E.
Q. Boycr. Tbo members of the camp
are making great preparations for a bail
to be ifivon aeon.
A graud concert was given this even
ing at the North Beacb bathhouse ball
room, when Mrs. Washington Berry,
Mrs. Abbott Kinney, Mr. Kent, E. H.
Clark and Foley Parker delighted e>
large audience.
Rhe Lorraine, tbe gifted tragedienne,
will give a dramatic recital ot the North
Beach ballroom Friday evening, Kept.
7th, to be followed by a grand ball, the
mnaio to be furnished by Lowinsky's or
chestra. The recital will consist of
scenes from Shakespeare, Leah the For
saken, Ingomar, etc. Mies Lorraine
will be assisted by T. J. Williams and
W. G. Moors.
Mrs. M. D. Cooper is making the res
taurant opposite the postollice exceed
ingly popular.
Mrs. C. A. Loomis and her accom
plished daughters, Misses Mamie and
Alzora Loomiß, who have enjoyed the
summer here and entertained a large
circle of friends, returned home today.
The Soathern Fucifio Railroad com
pany will run a special theater train on
Saturday night, leaving here at 6:45 p.
m., to enable all to either attend the
Republican rally or tbe theater, return
ing after the close of tbe eloquence or
ths dramatic entertainment.
Hon. J. M. Glass of Pasadena lectured
on Tbe Cause and Remedy for Hard
iitues, at ttie Cuugregational church to
night. Mr. Glass handled politics from
a Prohibition ateodpoint.
Prof. H. C. Scott, LL. B , author,
traveler and lecturer, gave an intensely
interesting lecture on Alaska tonight
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 7, 1894.
at the M. E. church, illustrated by atere
opticon views.
Mr. Francia Warde baa left for Nor
walk to accept a position in tho grocery
of Dtiley & (Son.
A good game of polo waa played on
Wednesday by the Soutborn California
Polo ciub.
Col. A. B. Campbell has returned
from hia Ventura visit.
Mr. J. M. Sullivan is out again.
Santa Mnaiss Briafs.
Kcicert& Hop! are now roady to cater to the
public at their old pavilion and their new ros
taurant in the North Beach bath house.
Santa Monica Fish Market. Fresh tlsh and
•hell litlt ol ail kinds delivered tree. Third
street.
SAN BERNARDINO.
San Bernardino, Bept. 6.—The board
of supervisors transferred $20,000 from
the county fund to the salary fund.
Yesterday wae pay day at tha Colton
cannery, and nearly $2500 wae dispersed
among its operatives.
A. G. Hubbard bas boen elected a di
rector of the First National bank of
Redlanda, in place of li. J. Waters.
The great peach orchards west of
town, ears the Bedlande Facte, arc out
doing themselves tbia year. The yield
is immense, the aiie large and the qual
ity good. There are few shipments, the
fruit being dried and stored away for
future sale.
Judge Bennett, city attorney of Red
lands, is in San Francisco, re-arguing be
fore tbe supreme court the case of tbe
violation of the drum ordinance by the
Salvation army. Tbe case wae taken
from the recorder's court directly to the
supreme court about 11 months ago on
a wiit of habeas corpus. There are now
two similar cases pending in the supe
rior court, awaiting the supreme court
decision.
On the fourth Monday of tbis month
the supervisor! will levy the tax rate for
the ensuing year. Thereto last year
was $1.53. The etate rate thia year ts G
oents less than laat. The salary fund
will be $25,000 lesa this year than last,
or 14 cents on the $100. The amount
expended on baga, bounty oa jack
rabbits and the prosecution of sheep or
dinances would reduce the rate 10 centa
more, and still leave a reasonable
amount to be expended for those pur
poses; all of whicb would reduce the
probable Ux rate to $1.53 for tba ensu
ing year, and raise the same amount
tbat wae raised last year for court house
and all otber legitimate expenditures.
Supervisors Lord and Victor have sworn
witb a bis; eatb, "tbe Victor oath," that
tbe court house must be completed tbia
coming year, and the contract let there
for before they go out of oflice on next
January.
To carry out their scheme they hope j
to secure Randall's vote, wbich will
make a majority vote of tbe board of
supervisors and make the tax rate above
$1.83, what it was last year. Their
scheme has been well laid. Randall
wants a road from Highland to Red
lands which will require a costly bridge
over the Santa Ana river. Randall will
probably find that be can get this road
and costly bridge if be will vote a pile
of money to finish tbe new court
house at once, bat not otherwise. That
ia Victor and Lord's plan. That is why
the road waa not built lost snmmsr. It
ia an open aubjeol preserved for the
parpeae of whipping Randall into line
on tbe tax rate. Everybody wants to
finish the court house, but the tax
payers are not willing to do it all in ono
year to please Lord and Victor. Tbe
people are becoming alarmed at the
situation aad will t..-e all honorable
means to persuade the board to be
reasonable.
There was a meeting of the Democratic
county central committee and the nom
inees of that party at Judge Knox's court
room last evening, presided over by
Chairman T. A. Wilson. The disbursing
committee under the purity of election
laws was appointed, consisting of the
following well-known gentlemen: H.
M. Barton, W. J. Curtis, R. E, MoGin
nis, R. F. Garner aud W. S. Bailie. Dr.
W. J. Aldridge was indorsed for the po
sition of surgeon for the Mission In
dians. J. H, Cook wanted indorsement
for tbe Cuoamonga postofEce appoint
ment, but tbe committee declined to
act, as its predecessor had indorsed W.
J. Kineaid. The committee will bold
an adjourned meeting Wednesday even
ing, September 19th,
County School Superintendent BeatMe
has furnished the board of supervisors
with the estimate for tha public
schools at tbe minimum of $0 per capita
for the ensuing year. The total amount
will be $34,80(1. Special taxea for school
purposes wiil be levied aa follows:
Bin Bernardino $11,000
Redlands, Lugonla and Crufton 9,000
Ontario i!,0"H»
Rlalto 700
Mountain - 400
Btoonituuiou 250
tlrapeland 150
Vanderbilt , 150
The Presbyterian church bold their
annual meeting for the election of a
pastor last evening. Tbe report for the
year closed shows tho congregation to
be in an excellent condition financially,
numerically aad spiritually. Duriog
the year 85 new members have been
received Into full communion with the
ehureb, all debts have been paid off,
and never was tbere greater harmony,
peace and good will among people and
pastor. Rev. J. McL. Gardiner feeling
unequal to the Uek of carrying on tbe
work for another year, as unanimously
requested, a vote for a cow pastor took
place, whicb resulted in a unanimous
and huarty vail to Dr. 8. S. Crvor of Al.
Bert Lea, Minn. It ia accepted Dr.
Cryor will accept and bogin work at an
early date. The reverend gontleman is
one of tbe leading ministers of the
Presbyterian church in Minnesota aud
will be a valuable acquisition to the
ministerial force of tho city should he
accept the proffered call. Tbe present
pastor, Mr. Gardiner, ie to supply the
pulpit again next Sunday.
REDLANDS.
Ekdlands, Sept. l>. —AU the members
were present at tbe board oi trustees
meeting laet night.
An ordinance fixing the tax rate was
Introduced. Tbe total rate amounts to
83 cents.
There wes a lively discussion over tbe
matter oi the proposed road to tho Bar
ton tract. The route as outlined by the
old board of trustees extendod State
street, fallowing tho lias oi the zjnj* on
the south side, through the properties of
Mrs. (tasking** Mr. Inch and Mr. Mar
shall. Tbese parties have from the be
ginning strenuously objected to this
route. C. E. Truesdell, esq., in their
behalf, apoeared before the board and
endeavored to show why tbe line of th*
proposed street Bhould be changed.
Each argument advanced by Mr. Trues
dell was met and protested against by
Tom Klakely and Mr. Melville, who are
strongly in favor of tho route previously
selected. Action on the matter was de
ferred for tbree weeks. In tbe meantime
the board will personally investigate tbe
different proposed routes.
John P. Fisk, jr., and family left to
day for a drive overland to Riverside,
Santa Ana, Long Beacb, Santa Monica
and Loa Angeles. They will be absent
some 10 days.
The seating capacity of the addition
to the Congregational church will be
about 200.
Eastern visitors have began to come
already. Many of them are seeking
health.
At a meeting recently held A. G. Hub
bard was elected a dirootor of the First
National bank, to fill tbe vacancy made
by the removal of R. J. Waters to Los
Angeles.
ONTARIO.
Ontario, Sept. 6.—The city trnatees,
at th* urgent request of a number of
property holders, have appointed a
committee to investigate the eewer ques
tion and report at an early date on the
adviaability of constructing a sawer sys
tem for Ontario. There seems to be no
opposition to such a very necessary
town improvement, and as Hanson &
Co. agree to take care of tbe sewage
without cost to the city thia is an oppor
tune time in whicb to carry out thia
much needed sanitary movement.
Several sales aggregating $34,000 have
been completed this week. The follow
ing ara reported: A. P. Harwood's
home place, 20 acres, to G. R. Johnson
of Riverside, $20,500; J. W. Moote'a
home place of five acres to Jas. Kenne
dy, $8000; ITaneOß A Co. to May Jones,
10 acres. $3000; same to Frank Scales,
10 acres, $2500.
Dean Randall of Ohaffey is off on a
tour in the interests of tbe college.
Mra. A. C. Elliott haa opened a milli
nery etore in the Melntyre building.
Walter M. Rose, E. C. Harwood and
Mies Grace Morgan have left for Stan
ford.
Mra. Holbrook, wife of our county
auditor, has returned from her (astern
trip.
BLEW OCT THE GAS.
Xhe Timely Arrival of a Betel Porter
£»... a Funeral.
Judging from tbe experiences of
Adolfo Arzsmendi, Wednesday sight,
the luxury oi gas has not aa yet invaded
Mexioo. The gentleman arrived late
Wedneaday evening at the United
States hotel from the City of Mexioo
on his way to Todoa Santos, Lower Cal
ifornia. He could not speak English,
and could not read tbe sign of "Not to
blow out tbe gas" so conspicuously
posted, ao when be got ready to get into
bed he proceeded te blow out tbe light
in the way that he had grown accus
tomed to in bis native land.
After blowing until be had grown
black in tbe face and the ligbt still re
fußing to go out, he put hia hat over tbe
flame and was soon enwrapped in dark
ness, likewise a strong gas odor. Just
about the time that Mr. Arzamendi was
becoming nicely inflated the porter die
covered tbe smell from the hall and
made a timely investigation. Tbe trav
eler was not very much the worse for hia
experience yesterday when he left for
San Diego.
CITY HALL NEWS.
Street Coatraeta Keady for the Signa
ture of Contractor..
The public library now has 87,201 vol
umes. During August the circulation
amounted to 41,947.
Ths city treasurer for the past few days
has boen disbursing money to the etreet
and park bands.
Contracts for work on Aliso, Twenty
first, Main, Grand avenne, Fico, Flower
and western sewer district No. 2 will be
ready for contractors to eign today. The
etreet superintendent has everything
ready for tbem.
A building permit was issued yester
day to B. Stoll for the erection of a brick
block atSpringandEighthstreets, whicb
will cost $4700.
The oity teaohers are all requested to
meet in their respective school rooms
today to make examination of pupils for
assignment of schools, rooms, etc, pre
paratory to tbe opening.
WILL. SOON BE DEAD.
Joaa LidHmi, tho Burglar, Ia Slowly
Dying.
Jose Ledesma's days are nnmbered.
He is tho Mexican burglar whom Annie
Cull of 654 South Main street found
prowling around her window, and ia
whose head she put a ballet. The sur
geons have given up all hope of saving
hia life, and be wiil ere long be dead.
Ha seems to suffer great pain, and is be
coming so weak that he may di* at any
moment. He has half a bullet in his
bond which the surgeons cannot find,
and which will eventually eaase hie
death. There is a hole in Ledesruas
skull into whicb a hen's egg could
easily bo shoved, caused by the removal
of fractured bone where the bullet en
tered.
While in Chicago Mr. Charles L.
Kabler, a prominent shoe merchant oi
Dee Moines, la., had quite oeerious time
ol it. He took such a severe cold tbat
he could hardly talk or navigate, but tbe
prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured bim of bie cold so quickly
that others at the hotel who bad bad
colds followed his example, and half a
dozen persons ordered it from the near
est drug store. Tbey were profuse in
their thanks to Mr. Kahler for telling
them how to cure a bad cold so quickly.
For sale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and
Bpring, and C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North
Main, druggieta.
aoTKJL ARRIVAL*.
HOLUCNBXCK.
B. B. Jones, Haverhill, Mass.; 0. D. Porter,
Denver: W. D. Nelson, Fresno; J. W. Oarhart,
J. K. Oarhart, Burbanu; J. Wltton, Tucion: K.
W. Schuarts, Santa Ana; M. A. Long, Milwau
kee Ij, Sclirauz, M. M. Poole, Mr and Mrs. TS.
3. Roarers, J. H. Craig. U. H. Franols, O. J. Ol
son, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Storrer, San Franoisco;
Mra. T. K. Taggart, J. 1. Taggart, Bakersfield:
J. T. Taylor, Riverside; J. w. La Rue, Uaticoy:
Mr. and Urn. J. 11. Goodhue, Biveriide; F. H.
Prior, Hartford, Ct,: S. T. Black, Venlnra: H,
B. Eldrldge, Ohloago; W. O. Stowart, Flagvtaff;
w. Hale. Winona, Minn.; Q. M. Fowlor, Pbce
nlz: J. W. Sheppard, St. Louis; 11. S. Laoey,
Tuoson: n. E. Hot', Claremont: E. J. Kl'tng,
Santa Monica; O. M. Hale, Mra, M. W.Hale
Boston,
All tha mrraranon.
Some people maite trouble, some giva trouble,
others borrow trouble, but Old Cigar
give delight. You need not bor
row a Kuife-yon nan gU una,
250"»velope«, 50c; m writing paper, 25e.
Lr.ugctddter, 214, to. S:cond, Hollenbeck botcl.
Uai. '.LKMAN Filial BOif.
A TERRIBLE WEAPON.
Tba Bfaanllohar Itlflo'a Wonderful I'en
otratlve Qaallttea.
A very interesting test of tbe strength
of tne new German government rifle,
the Mannlioher, wai made yeeterday
afternoon at East Los Angeles by Cap
tain Dick Falkenberg, who is something
of a rifle expert.
Mr. Ackerman, the representative of
the Buffalo Brewing company, whose
headquarters are at Sacramento, has
had tbe gun sent to hfm from Germany,
at a cost of nearly $100. Hia purpose
was merely to satisfy himself of ita su
perior strength.
Tbe statement has been made that
this rifle would send a bullet through
the bodiea of 15 men in a row and then
through an 18 inch piece of green oak.
Captain Dick doubted the assertion ;uo
yeaterday be agreed to make a teat. A
quarter-inch thick piece of sheet iron
was procured and also a five-eigbths
inch piece) Of ateel plate of the very
finest spring ateel. These were set np
as a target.
At the first shot made by Mr. Acker
man, wbo is an expert rifle shot him
self, tbe narrow steel bullet buried itself
in the Vinch steel plate, and came
within one-eighth of an inch of going
through, causing a bump on the baok of
the plsto and cutting a hole about one
inch in diameter, or twice the size ot
tbe bullet itself.
Tbe aecond shot fired by Captain Dick
at the 1 4 -inch iron target plowed
through the iron like it might have
done through a piece of paper, and dis
appeared in tbe ground beyoud.
A ehot fired at a tree two feet in thick
ness went through clean and slick, so
tbat a ramrod could bs passed through
the hole after it. Tbis was all at a dis
tance of 00 yards.
Finally Captain Dick placed the iron
plate in front of tbo oteel plate, and the
steel bullet cut a clean hole through the
iron plate, and though it struck tbs
ateel plate edcewit-e, buried itself three
eighths of an inch in tue aelid steel.
The cartridge is almost tbree iuchos
long, and the bullet I'.j ioohes, pro
truding from tbe eheil nearly 1 1 ,,' inches.
The shell contains 35 grains of smoke
less powder, which ia not tightly
packed, but only fills tbe major part
of it.
The plates need in tbe tests yesterday
and the rifle itaeif can be seen today at
Schotterbeck's window, on Main street.
Tbe rifle holds a magazine of six cart
ridges, aud looks like an old musket,
but tbe real barrel is incased in a light
outer tube, and the space between is
filled witb asbestos.
Captain Dick save it is the best rifle
he bas ever handled, whioh ia saying
considerable, for he has used nearly all
the European makes and all of the
American. The captain says the Ger
mans may be a little clow, and the Ger
man emperor somewhat peculiar, bat
when they take held of anything for
warfare it is the most practical and best
to be had.
Senator Caffrey of Louisiana has an
'ism—he will not shake hands. Hsv
thinks it is a senseless thing and refuses'
to practice it. Whan a stranger ia intro
duced to Caffrey he, of course, etrctuhes
out his hand in greeting, but '.be Louisi
ana pays no attention to it and tbe man
has to draw it back. For years he has
observed tbia cuatom and maintains it
even in tbe senate, the paradise of
handshaking.
Dr. Keeley of Dwight has just given a
marble firm of Chicago an order ior 300
basts of himself. His business ordinari
ly, however, is destroying busts.
If Yon Have
Scrofula,
Sores, Boils, or
any other disease,
take
I^i^lplrilla
the Superior
Blood-Purifier
and Spring Medicine.
Cures others,
will cure you
Do You
Advertise your Real
Estate for sale or
Houses and Flats to
rent in The Sun
day Herald?
It Pays.
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® DR, JORDAN & CO.S
mm GREii mmm c? imtoih
J IBpV H)5l Marfic.t.St, $9M B**&Of»C0
8 Jfl&dfc 1 (Between 6th and 7th Sts.)
I. U. r, ° fl ' : <* learn how wonderfully you
and bow to avoid sickness
VI I wC ; *»d diwwwi. Museum enlarged with
A ft thousands of new objects. AdtnU
w aion 35 eta.
Jl'rivafto OfllcMsmo BiUlWHiiia;
10.1 ft Warkot thereat—Pisenues of men:
stricture, lotsii ot numb cad, d'isoases of tbe skin
and kidneys quickly cured without tbe use al mtr
cnry. Treatment pononMly or by letter, bend
for book.
I.out? established and reliable practitioner*.
Peddling:
from house to house, with " prizes " thrown in,
Kr \ SCI ' S a S °° d many P re "y poor washing-pow
\~[ X \ derS " Dont let these "worthless prizes
ill ece ' ve y°- u
1/ \\ f \ They d ° n t amount to anything. Con
\\\ s '°' er tne ' r value if you bought them in the
V I regular way, and compare this
111 with tne value of ruined linens,
li If paints, etc., that you risk with theso
I ill I washing-powders. There's nothing
VI j cheaper to wash with than Pearline. That
% I 11 I givGS y ° U Casy vvasnm & tllat is absolutely
WAJj.J\ \ sa f e ' You would better use Pearline, and
buy your own prizes. You'd save money.
Peddlers and some unscrupulous eTocers will tell you " this is as good as"
OCIIU or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE—Pearline is never peddled,
h, if- TO— „\m and if your grocer sends you something in place of Pearline, bo
?11 jpclCK honest— send it back. JAMES PYLE, New Irorfc
HjH "X rl w yjß v "f* talizer cures ull nervousness ordisensesof thcirenorative organs,
MHtJr St «HBT 25? St euchas: I,out Sianliood, tslroplenanraa. Tired K«'el-
BIvVS /• 1J V> ! \\ »'»»«■ *■> *»« Mark, lability. Pimples, Isead-
Sw 1 JatW »r tCi&l. sseuei, ttriniuul Weakness, Nightly Kniis.Kiona, Intpo
tw9 v/??*** V t«ncy, xJespoadency, Varicocele, Preanatareaeißai
H end ConHtlpaf ion. Cures where ell else fails. The deator
■i haadlacovcrcatheactlvoprlnclpleonwWchthovltaHty of tho
BEFORE »»o BFTER sbxuai. apparatus Is dependent.
Tho reason why sufferers are not cured by physicians and msdielnee Is because over so per cant
ere troubled with a*ro»t»tttl», for which OU PI DEN IS Is the only known remedy to curs the com
plaint withftllt an operation A written tliiairaMfef. to ri'tnnd the weney It a permanent enrs Is
not elTecleThv the use nt six boxes. fI.W a ho-r, al* for $.">.OD. Heart for circular arid Icstlmouials.
Address 19A VOL. OTKisICiK J£ CO, I. O. Boa 0010. Pun Francisco, Cal. I'm- OKU bil
C. H. HANCB, Agent, 177-179 N. Spring Street
£§sg»\ iINHOOP RESTORIDIISSS
Wm WfcZtHSl eaaos. each as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power, Headache, Wakefulness.
RLV » liCK* LostManhooif. Nightly tirulislous, Kervousnass.allflrainsand losaof power
Vl S Bkm i flat I InOencratlveOrennsof either sex cause* by overexertion, youthful errors,
..'a 9 Wmn \ << \ i aaa ol ftobaocio. oi-i :, m oi stlaaulsate, whleta lead to lnnnnuy. ton
' ■ Can lie carrledln vest pocket. Sit per box, O tor Bit.,
JMuSMßhk*MjStoUmi , ->T mall prepaid. With a*S Order we five a written anuractee to cure
ytt&BtWNlMfal*\-J*tß„r refund Hie man™-■ Cirenlnrfree. Sold hy all aruralsts. Ask tor It, taks
B£FBntlMlJtFTEßlJsl[S6.no other. Address MElT'Vii SiSBCO.- Masonlo Temple, UHICAHO.IUr
For sale by GODFREY & MOORB, 108 South Broadway.
TheirUIFBELL
IS RINGING!
Jump aboard, and we'll be off on a DELIGHTFUL EX
CURSION, which will be found in
Glimpses of America!
Which is now being distributed to HERALD
subscribers. 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 worshippe of the beautiful and
the voice of echo is like a tintinnabulation of
silvery sounds. Out of these dreamy dells we
proceed along the Elkhorn Valley—the entire
excursion abounding with instructive and in
teresting information for both old and young.
Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern California.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK gj-^a-
CAPITAL (paid up) $500,000.00
SURPLUS AND RESERVE 820,000.00
TOTAL ... .$1,320,000^00
aFFIOERS: I DIRECTORS:, „
AN, President JW. H. Perry, C. K. Thorn, a. alassell,
H. W. HELLMAN ~ Vice-President I O. W. Ohllds, 0. Duconimun, T. I* Dnque.
JOHN MILKER -s Cashier I J.B.Lankershlm, 11. W. Hellman, LW. Helimaa
H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant caseier |
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Dspartment
CORVKSPONDRNOE INVITED 8-1 if
Tl NATIONAL BAI OF CALfffIUA
Bemi-Annaal Statement, July 1,1894.
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.
Cash ou hand and In bank $222,554 48 Capital stock, paid in coin $230,000 OH
Unltaa States bands 169,000 00 Surplus. 7,000 00
Demand loans 170,088 IB Undivided profits. 130 10
lime loans. 200,0117 10 Circulation 135,000 00
School bonds and other 22,170 30 Depeslta 410,007 53
Furniture and fixtures 0.000 00
Keal estate 27,937 05
$807,797 69 $807,797 09
Tbe National Bank of California la one of tbe few banes that successfully stood tho shock
t the late panio aud maintained full cola payraonts right through.
The National Bank of California pays uo Interest on depoihc in any form, offers no spaniel
Inducements for bnslnoss other than reliability when customers exeiclse their right to demand
their money.
In the matter of loans It looks more to reliability than high rates of lntereet, and deslrt* m
loans except from good und reliable parties, and then exacts gocd ascurlty, believing that no
bank Is better or more reliable than lrs loans.
-JDIRECTORSi:-
O. H. CHURCHILL, O. T. JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFSKILL, H. H. SHERMAN,
W. L. GRAVES, > X. F. C. KLOKKE, BKORGE IRVINE, N. W. 819WKLL,
W. 8. SeVAN, T. E. NBWLIN, A. HADLIY, JOHN B. MAKBLB,
JOHN H, 0. MARBLE,
STATU LOAN AND TRUST.CO.
N.W. Car. second A. Spring sts., Loa Angeles.
CAPITAL $500,000
UNDIVIDED PROTITB 42.500
A Geaeral Banking Business Transacted.
officers:
W. Q. COO BRAN, Pres't.
H. J. WOQiAACOTT, Ist V. Pres't
JAS. K. TOWfcLL, 2d V. Pres't.
JOHN W. A. OFF, Cashier.
SIBKCTOKSt
H. J. Wo:>lUicott, w. P. Siurdiaer,
A. A. Jlubttftid, O. T. Johnson,
Geo H. Bohebrake, Fred O. Johnson,
W. G. Cochran, B. F. Hall,
P. M. Green, John W. A. Off,
James F. TevwelU 8-9 tl
JJM ANGEf :S3 NATIONAL BANK.
UlttTID STATsTB OF.POSTTORY.
Capital .„ $500,000
gurulua....,, 57.000
Total 557,000
GEORGE H. BO NEB RAKE President
WARttitN Ottl/ELBN Vice-President
E. p. HOWES dashler
K. W. COE Assistant Cashier
OTRKCTOXS:
George a. jßonobrakf, Warren Glllelan, P. M.
Grenn, Chas. A Marrlaer. W. C. Brown, A. W.
Prancitco, K. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen. F. C.
Howes. 9-15 "
103 ANGELES SAVINGS BANK,
j 230 N. Malnsi.
Capital atook $100,000
Surplus 35,00»
J, It. Plater, Pres't. H. W. Hellman, V.-frost
W. M. Caswell. Cashier. _
directors—l W. Hellman, J. E. Plater, H. W.
Bollusan, I, W. He'lman, Jr.. W. M. Caswell.
Interest paid on depoaMs. Money to lo.n on
lv it-: lass real estate. 11-1 tf
OF LOS ANGELB3.
Cardial atook $101,000
Burplda , 200,000
W. O. MUkv.KHOFB, V.-Pras't.
FBAKK A. GIBSON, Cashier,
G. B. au AP*aK, Aas't oaihtat
PIBJOO—S:
J. M. Elliott, X D. Bicknell,
F. Q, Story, H. Jevne,
J. 1). Soever, W. C. Patterson,
Wm. O. Ker.ikhoff,
OOUTHERM CALrVORHIA NATIONAL
kt Baak, 1018. Spring at., fladeau blook.
I . N. BRBBD President
WM. F. IIfSSBYBaiLL Vice-President
tl N. FLINT Oaehler
W. H. HOLLIDAV Assistant Cashier
Capital, paid In gold coin $200,000
Surplus and undivided profits 25,000
Authorized capital 500,000
nuts tors:
I. N. Bread, H. T. Howell, Wm. H. Avery'
Bilaa Holnan, W. H. Holllday, F. C. Basby
sliell, M. Hasan, Frank Rader, D. Hemic*.
Thos. Goss, Wm. P. Bafoyshell.
I UNION BANKOFSAVINGS
CAPITAL-STOCK, SZOO.OOB
j 223 S. Spring.atjJ.GS ANKLES.
w prnof »»'sat6 Biaaevoao: '
V vi. W. Stlmson Wm; t-'erguson VV. C McVay ,
U P-est Vftu TuiSt fi**?" 1
|C. G. Harrison S. H. Moll R. M. Baker,
A. E. Pcrneray S. ». Butler :»£
| INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS, [

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