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BRIEFS Weather tlnreaw. Report nfobse rvatiom taKuu at t-os Angeles Eeptemb r 28. 1884: Time. | Par. ['lie-. P.H' n VTA Vel W'thcr iron a. in. L"l I'o ••••! 77 NK f. ili.-at. isOOp. m.|.ll.90l 6tt 6J I IV ! 5 ICle ir. Maximum temp >ratnre, 74. • Minimum teinpcaiure. 54. The orphans' fair will continue at the Armory hall during the entire first week of October. Mre. Phip. s will organize the Y. W. C. A. Spauish clo>s October Ist, 8 p. m., 107 North Spring etreet. Orphans' fair next Monday evening at Armory hall. Sooth hrnadway, be tween Sixth and Seventh street-. Tbe city council and attorney were at work yesterday on the body of the or dinance calling for the proposed bond ; •lection. The practical utility of the Spanish language will he discussed by Mrs. Phipps at the Y. W. C. A. next Mon day, 8 p. m. The announcement was made yester day that the schools of the entire city will be closed on Labor day, tbe first Monday in October. The Ministerial union will meet on Monday morning, at 10:30, in tbe Y. M. C. A. parlors. All pastors and visiting clergymen are invited. Rev. F. P. Mathes of Colton will speak at the Young Men's Christion as sociation, on Broadway, at 3 o'clock to morrow. All men are invited. There are undelivered telegrams at the Western Union telegraph office, cor ner of Main and Court streets, for F r ank McClellan. J. M. Yale, Miss Ida Dan lap, J. W. I v Sheriff Gilbert B. Bsllnap of Ogden. Utah, passed through the city last night en route to bis home, with T. F. Gibbons, an alleged cattle thief whom he captured at Colton. A marriage license was issued yester day to Antonio G, Botiller, aged 39, a native of Californ.a, and Jnana C. de Paredea, aged 44, a native of Mexico, both residents of Cahuenga. The poundmaiter is alter loose horses and cowb, which the owners of the ani- I mala in tbe vicinity of Fifth and Sixth streets, east of San Pedro, permit to run \ at large, with annoying frequency. An excellent literary and musical programme has been arranged for next Monday evening, tbe opening night of the orphans' fair. Don't forget the place, Armory hall, South Broadway, between Sixth and Seventh streets. 155110 worth of eurDlus and broken lines in bats and men's furnishings will be taken from Desmond's, No. 141 S. Spring St., to No. 137 S. Spring, formerly tbe Lace house, where they will be pos itively sacrificed. Sale begins next Thursday at 9 a.m. The cathedral tomorrow offers again a good musical programme at 10:30 a. m., for the feast of St. Jerome. Msrcadante's complete mass, at the offertory Miss Cecilia Gardner will sing O Salutaris, acoompanied by F. VV. Wallace, basso, a duet. Vespers at 7:30 p. r . Prof. A. G, Gardner will preside at tie organ. All who have attended any of Des mond's former annual clearance sales know tbat they are not only genuine, but tbe greatest bargain producers ever heard of in Los Angeles. Mr. Desmond has rented store room No. 137 S. Spring, formerly the Lace house, where the rale will commence on next Thursday at 9 a.m. Everybody is talking about Desmond's annual clearance sale, which takes place next Thursday at 9 a.m., in store room formerly occupied by the Lace houss, No. 137 S. Spring st. $5500 worth of hats, underwear, neckwear, hosiery, handkercbiefs, collars, cuffs, etc., etc, will positively be sacrificed, as tbe store has been rented only for two weeks. In connection with the Cabrillo cele bration at San Diego yesterday and to day, it will be interesting information to many to know tbat Cabrillo died on tha 3rd of January, 1543. on the island of San Miguel, Santa Barbara channel, from the effects of a fall on the island by which his shoulder was broken. His grave has never been discovered, how ever. Turkey Dinner This evening at Cosmopolitan Dining hall, 219 West Second street, 25 cents. FRAUDULENT LAND ENTRIES. Land Ojlloa Offlolala After Borne False Hwiareri. It is learned from G. C. Kirby, man ager of th. Nevada Southern land de partment in this city, that officials of the United States land office in Nevada have been in Los Angelss tor tbe past few days trying to looate a number of persons who have mads fraudulent en tries npon lands in the Vegas valley. Before th. lands can be entered an affi davit mnat be filed whioh sets forth the faot tbat the person so making it is thoroughly familiar with the land and has been upon each legal sobdivixion. "These parties, whoever tbey are," said Mr. Kirby, "have tried to take up these lands without even going out and taking a look at tbem. They do not know any thing about the land, whether it con tains a mineral ledge or is a desert wast*. "Before I attempted to make selec tions I spent several months ingoing over the land, from one end to another, and I am, in consequence, familiar with •very foot of it." These men, whom the the land office people are now after, Mr. Kirby says, w<li get ihrin elvni into trouble bslsre tbey go much furtber. LOS ANGELES TURF CLUB. Tha J*rnm« Park Kooning- Bacoe To day. At the Tnrf club, 115 V Pouth Rpring ■treet, the Jerome park races also the .vents at Harlem will be given today, bt ginning at 11:15 a. m., Los Angeles time. A full description of each race will be given and truck odds laid. Snme •f the most noted runnerß on the Ameri can turf contest today, and the races will be interesting. The public is invited. 200 50c; t;r m writing paper, 25c Laugatadter, £14 w. Sicond. Hoileubeok hotel. Largest stock of wallpiuer at E kstrom's, 309 I. Main at. Kight pilce—good taste. Wall paper bouse of tne coast, 3:23 S. Spring Dr. Parker, den tut, Welt First aires: Ictstrosn for wail paper, 809 B. Mala it. MEMORANDA. Saturday's special at Vollmer's 116 South Spring street, near First: 500 china decorated cuspidoreß, 39 cents esch; 60 decorated chamber sets. 10 pieces, $1.90 a set; 100 decorate! vaae lamps, 84 cents each ; 100 decorated vase Dmps, large size, $1 50 ench ; regular value $.">; 50 gilt banquet Isuids, com plete, with linen ehade, $2 50; regular value $4; 1000 thiu blown tumblers, 4 cents each; 1000 thio blovti engraved tnmti'ere, 5 cents each; 50 hanging lamps, complete, with 4 inch shnde, $1 50; 10 Rochester hanging lamps, com plete, with decorated (hade ond nrisme, •6 50 each; regulai value $10; 100 ruby bi.ll lamps, $1.50 each. Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, Stimson block, first floor, rooms 129, 130, 131. Special attention given to obstetrical cr.eea and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scientifically used. Consultation hours, 1 to 5. Tele. 1227. Persons desiring to frame their por traits will find the bs.it selection of frames at Li tohtenberjrer'e art emporium, 107 North Main street. Artists will find it to their advantage to purchase their supplies there. Dr. Blake claims with bis new system of patent forceps to have reached a de gree of perfection m tooth extraction ; in this specialty he leads over all others. 230 1 2 South Spring street. Dr, Walter Lindley will resume tbe practice oi medicine in Los Angeles, October Ist; office and residence 521 South Main street; telephone 1440; office hours 2 to 4 p. m. Mrs. Anna F. Smith will address a publio meeting of the Socialist Labor party at 208 North Main street, Sunday evening September 30th. All welcome. Good music. Best remedy for irritating bronchial oongh and soreness in the lungs is How 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, reduced to $1 per dozen. Sumbeam Art Parlors, 236 South Main street The Cosmopolitau dining hall. 219 221 West Second street, is serving meals as near like home cookihg as it is possible to have it. Meals, 25 cents. John R. Paul, funeral director and embalmer. Satisfaction guaranteed. 419 and 421 Downey avenue, East Loa Ange les. Telephone 1365. Chloro-Naptholeum kills foul odors instantly. Free of charge. Address West Disinfecting company, C 66 South Spring Btreet. Adams Bros., dentists, 2Z\>'-.. South Soring street. Painless filling aud ex tracting. Tbe best sets of teeth from $6 to $10. Lumber! Cement! Big drop in prices. Call on Los Angeles Lumber Co., San Pedro St., between Fourth and Fifth. Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block, Fifth and Broadway, rooms 21 and 26. Res., 1033 Flower st. Tel., office 1421; res. 116. Tbe genuine Matbushek piano for sale. Price very reasonable, and fully guar anteed. 118 Winston st. A. G. Gardner, For oil stock, Newhall and Los An geles, inquire of A. L. Hitchcock, 237 Wsßt Firat street. Good investment. Go to Martin's to bny or sell your household goods. Largest stuck and lowest prices. 451 South Spring st. Go to the Bryson Lumber company for the best lumbsr; finest line in tbe city. Office, 207 W. Second st. The Advance Davis sewing machine is tbe best. Office, 128 South Main street. Swanfeldt (the L. A. Tent ot Awning Co., has removed to 250 South Main. Sharp & Samson, funeral directors (in dependent), 536 S. Spring Bt.; tel. 1029. Sewing machines, In good working or der, for $5 each. 128 South Main street, Mrs. Dr. Wells removed, 252 S. Ocean aye., Santa Monica. Car fares deducted. All kinds of sewing machines repaired at 128 South Main etreet; needles oil. Dr. Baldridge is now located at 241 South Main street', rooms 2 and 8. West Coast oil stock for sale at 237 West First street. Get in early. F. W. Kringel, piano tuner, at Gard ner & Zellner'a, 213 S. Broadway. Dr. Wallace A. Donton, 304 N. Main, opposite St. Elmo; tel. 1159. All kinds of sewing machines for rent; 128 South Main Btreet. 1". R. Cunningham, dentist, California Bank building. Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 South Broadway ndian relics, Campbell's Curio store, ".looms $2 a week, U. S. hotel. JOTTINGS. Look at the responsible firms and horsemen: C. A. Durfee, Walter Maben, D. B. Dwyer, Weill, Fargo & Co., Cndahy Packing Co., Na tional Ice Co , Loa Angelea Fishing Co., Tufti- Lyona Armi Co., Maier Ai brewery, Simon Maier and 10,000 others. Alt vie aud recommend De Jaruatt's Texas Horse Linl menu Try it; it is the beat Hot Air Furnaces. To keep warm and supply your rooms with pure air, use only a steel dome furnace: having twice the heating surface of any other, costs Just one-half to operate. Estimates furnished only by the Cass & Baton Stove company, 224 and 2-o South Spring street. Wagner's Kimberley. 158 N, Main, opposite old court house. Speos and eye-glauei a specialty, Fine watch and jewelry repairing. Alio diamonds and fine jewelry at lowest figures. Wagner, the old re liable jewe.er. Our Home Brew Maier 6i Zobslein'a lager, freah from their brewery, on draught iv all the principal >«■ loom; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office aud brewery, .414 Aliso Btreet; tele phone 9L Stop Paying Rent by Building Through the Savings Fund and Building So ciety of Los Angeies. Monthly payments. Twelfth annual series now op.n. fi. U. (iraselt secretary, room 103 Wiison block, First and Spring. Mirrors, both French and German plate, can now be had at a great s viog on former prices French mirrors, bo h plain and buveled; alio beveied platea made to order. All work guar anteed. IL Raphat-1 <fc Co., 440 S. Spring SU Bad Complexions. Pimples, blackheads, motha, freckles and all blemishes of the skin can be cured by using Mme. Marrla'i face preparation*. Mrs. Chad* wick. 142 B. Main street, room* 71 and 72. The Finest Flavored Oysters. In bulk and cans, 00 cents full quart; fine, fat andjulcj. Cans. 50 ceuta Dlaconnt to ho.els and restaurants. Fred Hanlnau'i Mott Market. Guitar Lessons. Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by Prof. Arevelo, room IM, Wilson block. Carpet Cleaning at Bloeser's Satisfaction, promptness, reasonable; 454-50 S. Broadway. Telephone 427. Dr. Parker, Dental Rooms. 334 and 335, third floor, Bradbury block, Third and Broadway. Noitzke <fc Speck, funeral directors and em ba.mers, 296 South Main street. Tel. 1319. A Modem Mtllionry Store* Hoffman * Co., 240 & Spring st. TX)S ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNTNT. SEPTEMBER 29, 1894. STORY OF A WORTHLESS STORE How a Kiiig Got Several Per sons in Trouble. Grand Jury, Jailers, Prisoners ami Constables Mixed Up. A Twautr-flve Cent Jewel Finally Caused a Pasadena Man to Flae the Country—A Scheme Foiled. A Pa»adena justice of the peace has in his possession an imitation diamond ring that has caused an endless amount of trouble. The ring is scarcely worth 25 cents, yet the annoyance it has caused represents hundreds of dollars. The owner of the ring is in the state's prison. The story is a long one, dating back to April 10th, when a young man named Lewie Ewing was arrested for stealing a buggy from Captain Darcy and selling it to A. Nickerson of Aliso street. It was on account of the money Ewing secured from the sale of the stolen buggy that Deputy Sberifl Vignes waa dismissed from Sheriff Cline's office and other deputies wrongly censured by the grand jury. When Ewing was taken to the county jail and searched, a ring was found in an inside vest pocket, whiou he said was set with a diamond and was a present from his mother. A few days later the late Detective Boneon whs at the county jail, and learning that Ewing had what he 'supposed was a diamond ring, asked to see it. As Ewing was a notorious char acter, it was not very hard to suppose tbat he might have a stolen ring in bis possession. Immediately on seeing the ring, the detective thought he knew the owner, aud showed it to Detective Auble, who pronounced it common glass, worth perhaps 25 cents. Detective Benson re turned the ring to the county'jail, and laid it upon the table where sat Jailer Kennedy. It is supposed tbat Kennedy forgot to replace the ring with Ewing's other effects in the office, for nothing was ever heard of it again until the other day. Ewing was convicted of his crime and sent to Folsom. A few dayß after Benson returned the ring, a man named Decker, wbo was sent to jail from Pasadena, asked Assist ant Jailer Jack Henry to go with him out to the Crown of tbe Valley,where he thought he conld secure bail, which the committing magistrate had fixed at $50. Decker was a' trusty" in tbe jail, and worked around the offioo in cleaning np the jailer's desks, etc., every evening. He was given especial privileges and bad an opportunity to pick up anything that might have carelessly been left lying around. Tbe grand jury was in session about this time, and gave Mr. Henry a good censure for some unknown reason, now alleged to bave been on account of the loss of the ring which Ewing valued so highly and which proved worthless. Decker's request to go to Pasadena to secure bail was granted, and Mr. Henry accompanied bim to tbat place. Decker went to a groceryman named Burnham, and, showing him an alleged $75 gold ring, asked him to put up $50 aa bail. Mr. Henry woe out of hearing distance, so Burnham asked Decker to call him in and they wonld talk the matter over together. Decker said: "No; it wonld never do; the jailer don't allow a pris oner to have anything, and if he caught me with the ring, he would take it away from me." Upon this statement Burn ham, who afterward declared he knew about as much about diamond rings aa be does of the milleninm, pnt up the $50, and Decker weut free. Ibe ex-prisoner worked hard, raised the money and redeemed the ring. Tak ing the supposed diamond to a Pasadena jeweler, Deoker was told it waa worth not over 30 cents. That was a stunner. The ex jail inmate entirely collapsed, and, on recovering, accused Burnham of having changed the stone in tbe ring. The groceryman admitted having kept it in tissue paper, under his pillow, and all that, but he positively denied having substituted a glass stons for a diamond. Decker finally thouitht of a scheme. He brought a civil action against Burn ham to recover tbe stone or its worth in gold. He secured the services of Oon DR. TALCOTT & CO., - NEW YORK SPECIALISTS -«S=£3: PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN LOS ANGELES, a—l— The Only Doctors In So. Calif. Treating PRIVATE DISEASES OF MEN ONLY. So many failures to cure this class of cases by quacks, charlatans and pre tenders, induce us to continue our fair proposition, that f4ot a Dollar NEED BE PAID Until We Cure Yoa. EVERY FORn OF SEXUAL WEAKNESS which wo undertake, we CURE, and , will make you a man among men, preparing you for marriage and life's duties. GONORRHOEA quickly cured by a new method, avoiding many of the usual com plications of this troublesome malady, which often times make life a burden STRICTURE, resulting from badly treated Gonorrhoea, relieved quickly and permanently cured. . , SYPHILIS and BLOOD TAINTS mad. a particular specialty. VARICOCELE cured without knife, ligature, injection or caustic. We are the only doctors that accomplish this. ... . Enlarged Prostate, manifested by frequent urination, especially at night, in men past fifty, given IMMEDIATE RELIEF. WE TREAT THESE DISEASES OFHTEN AND NOTHING ELSE. Onr offices are the most elaborate and private ia the city, and are supplied with every instrument and remedy known » (rare tbia class ol diseases- Consultation and advice free. Ii yon cannot call, write for onr Free Book on na ture and treatment of these diseases. Office Honrs—9 a- m. to 4.30 p. m. Evaniajr" ta fi.3o. Sundays 10 to 2. Corner Main and Third Streets, t)T*T Tr«U».Fsr*o Sipr.ll Co. » rrivjuo Entrance on TBlrd Street. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report i\*&emB rowaer ABSOUSTELY PlflßE . stable Slater to whom Burnham told of Decker's actions in the matter when Jailer Henry took tbe prisoner to him to secure bail. That was enough. The day the civil suit was called, Detective Auble, wbo remembered he had made a pin Bcratch on Ewing's ring when he and Benson examined it five months before, andjjailer Heniy, were siibpcenaed aa witnesses. They identi fied the ting, positively, pin scratch and all, and before the authorities could take steps to rind how Decker came into possetsion of the rir.g, lie had flown. He concluded that another bubble had burst upon the sea of speculation; that another enterprise had gone down in a big gob of gloom, and I bat he had hnd the undeniable pleasure nf monkeying with a ring that wasn't loaded; so, to save himself, tied to pastures new. The magistrate has the ring, Cnnsta blo Slater has the credit of finding where it came from and Jailer Henry has the pleasure of knowing that if the grand jury did "spot" him for the loss of the worthless stone, he can easily prove his innocence. Aud some say tbe end is not yet. COURT NOTES. Jamea Carter Gnta Sl l>amagea In the United St;,t a Court. Mrs. Emily I-'. Crisp of the Palms was granted a divorce from Harvey L. Crisp yesterday by Judge York, upon her cross complaint alleging extreme cru elty. Mr. Crisp brought suit originally on the ground of desertion. Judge York yesterday gave judgment of foreclosure for $4000 In the snit of Sanborn vs. Bellue et al. In tbe United States circuit court yesterday the jury in the damage suit of James A. Carter vs. We'l-Fnrgo Express company, returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff, and assessed bis damages at $1. The trial of J. H. Levering was begun in the United States district court yes terday upon tbe charge of perjury al leged to bave been committed in an ex amination before Uaited States Commis sioner Van Dyke. The case of Dr. L. F. Holland vs. J. M. Warner, in whioh plaintiff asked judgment for $44 for professional services was tried before Judge Shaw yesterday and enbmitted. While in Chicago Mr. Charles L. Kabler, a prominent shoe merchant of Dcs Moines, la., had quits a serious time of it. He took such a severe cold tbat be could hardly talk or navigate, but tbe prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cured him of hia cold so quickly that others at tbe hotel wbo had bad colds followed bis example, and half a dozen persons ordered it from the near est drug store. They were proluee in their thanks to Mr. Kahler for telling thsm how to cure a bad cold co quickly. For sale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and Spring, and C. F. Heinzeman, 222 North Main, drnggists. Two Nice Lots Bold. F. W. King and S. H. Doolittle bought yesterday of Wesley Olark & E. P. Bryan, a lot each in the South Bonnie Brae tract, at the popular price of $1000. A few days more Clark & Bryan will bave finished the sale of this tract, when prices will go up 25 to 50 per cent. Save yourself this advance by securing your lot while in tbe hands of first parties. A Revelation In Piano Mo.to. The wonderful A. B. Chase octavo pedal piano will be exhibited Wednesday and TUursday, September 19.h and 20th, from 0 a-m to 9 o.ra., at the ICohler & Chase music store, 288 Soutu Spring street. It was by request that Mr. N. I* Qe.bhart and Prof. A. T. Witlich were sent direct from the A. B. Cbase piano factory for the purpose of illustrating to musicians and music lovers of Los Ango.cß the novelty aud beauty In piano playing that can be produced by this marvelous Invention. The Wobld's Fair jcnoaa pronounced ths effects here tofore unattainable. On oxhlbltlon Irom 9 n. ni. to 9p. in. Don't forget the date, time and puce. All are invited. A NEW MINING CAMP. VALUABLE DISCOVERIES NEAR DEATH VALLEY. A Strong Company Formed and Already Expending Hundred* of Thou ".unlit of Dollars on the Property, George E. Foster, secretary of the Redlands Gold Mining company, was in the city yesterday, having returned from the scene ol the company's operations in Inyo county. To a reporter of the Hum.ii Mr. Foster gave considerable interesting information in regard to tbe extensive work the company is doing out ou the desert beyond tbe famous Heath valley. Ibe mine ia situated jaet 100 miles nortb ol Daggett, and about the aame distance from Mojave. It is on the west slope of the hills on the western edge of Death valley. The mine was discovered less than a year ago. Twelve assays of ore have been made. Tbe laet one showed ore which will run $5293.55 to tbe ton. The average of all the assays showed one running over $12,000. Five shafts are now being sunt:, and the ledge bras been traced ior a dis tance sufficient to convince the owners and tbeir experts tbat tbey have a bo nanza. The ledge extends along the side of a hill, not very far above the level. Twenty-five men are at work on the main shaft now, which is down 35 feet only, but already a tunnel has besn bored which runs 135 feet until it strikes the lsdge. The ledge bete is 12 inchee thick. Another valuable ledge has just re cently been found near tbe Redlands company's mine, by Kxpert S. L. Young. He considers this the biggest bonanza of all, and says there is $50, --000 worth of honeycomb ore in sight. Tbe place where this discovery is made is not far from the Panamint dis trict in Inyo county, about 16 miles from the San Bernardino county, line. In 1880 and '81 there were 7000 people out there on the burning sands of the desert looking for gold, attracted by the discoveries at Panamint where the First National bank of San Francisco had a valuable mine in those days. The chief difficulty now is the fact tbat provisions bave to be hauled 100 miles, but tbe Redlands company ex pects to bave quite a town there never theless, and has petitioned for the re moval of the Panamint postoffice to their camp or tbe establishment of a new postoffice. Tbey will have 100 and more men at work out there inside of 60 days. DIED. GRAYSON—In this city, September 28th, Lilly, beloved d«u-:liter of J. VV. and M. J. Gray son, aged 20 years. Funeral Sundry, September 30:h, ut 2 p-m., from the fauiliy residence, No. 538 South y...weriureet. DOCTOR WHITE. 128 K. Main St. I*ll "&s&®) Oldest, most , successful spec ial Dr. for men an< i women in the state. No fake methods employed. Gonorrhea, Gleet, Syphilis, Skin Diseases, Impotency, Seminal Losses, Kidney, B sadder. Stomach, Liver, Lung, and all Private and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women cured for life. Consult Dr. White first. Dispensary, 128 N. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Call or Write. Wi An Scalpers f— ol Prices in Fine Tailgrtoj. Cr^TCn OABEL The tailor 812 8. Bpring it. below Third. BLOOD ''"" I cured In JO to 60 days by a Masric Remedy, ■ under guarantee, backed by 5500.000 capital. H Positive proofs and 10b page book, lllustrat- fl ed from life from peoplo cured, free by malt H When Hot Springs and mercury fall, our fl BLairit Komedy will cure. ffi REMEDY CO., CHICAGO, lU..| SANTA FE SPRINGS Medical and Surgical Sanitarium. Twelve miles from Los Angeles, via Santa Fe railway. The place tor Ihe weary to rest and the sick to get well. Hot and cold sulphur baihsat popular prices, Correspondence solic ited. " 9-29 6m C F. HEINZEMAN Druggist & Chemist 222 R. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES. Prescriptions carefully compoanded day or night Oldest and Largest Bank in Southern California. FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK gj>-W CAPITAL (paid np) $500,000.00 SURPLUS AND RESERVE 820.0J0.00 TOTAL '. $1,320,000 OJ OFFICERS: I _ DIRECTORS: I. Tf. HEM.man, President JW. H. Perry, c. E. Thorn, a illassell, 11. VY. HE I.I.MAN Vice-President I O. W. Chlldi. C. Dii'ommun, T. I. Duque. JOHN MILNER Cashier I J.B.Lanaershlm, H. VV. Heilman, I. w. Heliinan H. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier! Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department CORKESPONDENCE INVITED. 8-1 tf SOI'THERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL J f fr Bank, 101 8. Spriiu st., Nadeau block. A#T7T /*/ A//V"/* L. N. BREED President WMftA*tL'ft /#*lWl/>>> n WM. V. BO3BYSIIELI Vice-President J-mLIUW Jm O.N.FLINT C .shier W '\%LiV W. H. HOLLIDAT Assistant Cnshler A S\ //*^W Capital, paid in (told coin $200,000 /111 /g/yfl/' Surplus a:.il undivided profits 25.000 vj^my&^W/rWjSIW Authorized capital 500,000 L. N. Breed, iixf I ?.* Newell, Wm. H. Avery, 0F LO3 *»*■-*»> Blias Holman, W. 11. Hodlday, F 0. B >>b r - ranltai stock ts.ion noo shell. M. Hsgan. Frank lMd;r, D. Eeralck, mfrnlua *?>nn-M Tho*. (loss, vim. F. Bo.hyshcll. j, M JCLIdOTT. President.'' I n "ii W. G. KEROKHOFF, V.Pres't. UNIONBANKOFSAVINGSI '^J^m-* CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bloknall, 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. J; 8. iiookVr. "l f<? T patt.non. OFrtcESsTSoTi.rcToes: Wm. O. Kerckhoff. „. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVay -» .. . r, " t - c „ T L«'f[** D v gftw TOB ANQELEs NATIONAL BANK. C. G. Harrison S. H. Mott R. M. Baker .—_ A. E. Pomeroy S. A. I Butler ! depository. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS ■ 11 1 "™! L j Capital $500,000 LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, Surplus f>7,' 00 2110 N. Main st. Total 537,000 Capltil stock $100,000 GEORGE H BONEBRAKE President SurnlUS . » 35,000 WAIiRKN GILLELEN Vice-President F . E. 0. HOWK3 Cashier J. K. Plater, T'res't. 11. W, Heilman. V. Pres't. E. W. COB Assistant Cashier W. M. Caawill. Cashier. directors: Directors-!. W. Heilman. J. E. Plater, H. W. George 11. Bon»bmk , Warren Glllelan, P. M, Heilman, I. w. H<llmnu, Jr.. W, St. Caswell. Green, Chat. A. Marrlnc, W. C. Brown. A. VT, Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on Francisco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen. F 0, flrsl-clas*ro<l estste, 1.1-1 tf ' Howes P-1.5 tf THE HOpSCK ■ ~~1 Best Appointed Hotel in Los Angeles. ■ " ,^ American and European Plans, *: ■ 1 Central Locatioa. r i, 1 ! First-class service. , _ >..-. '. > Reasonable Kates. A Finest Cafe in the City 1 A. C. BILICKE & CO,, 10-7 6m PROPRIETORS. A SURE CURE FOR Children Cnred In 10 to 14. Days. Adults " " Ito 3 Months. POSITIVELY No Operation, No Pain, No Danger, No Detention from Business, No Pay Until Cured. CONSULTATION FREE. DR. A. L. De~SOUCHET, Office 155 N. Spring St. HOURS: 10 a. in. to 4 p m. daily. 10 a. m, to 12 in. Sundays. 9-16 6m ARRIVAL EXTRAORDINARY —OF THE— World's Most Famons Medium MME.de CAMOR Who can be consulted on nil affairs of life; tell uL\ everything with as much t'ftse ftK If Hhe h«<l kiiown yoiialwtiys; give luck la uffi? » love * na husi n" Hfi affairs m&f ar*,\v with perfect satisfaction. vt» v&r if are sicii ° r in « r ° u - r \ //'/ bl « 0 ' ftn y * in(l call and vxvMsa ' V M «cc her. There Is no douht \*jßV tT" I"' ihatMmf*. deCarrorisi the greatest medium on earth; M Deen tesited by the nobility of Europe aud Jt fV'ifttlvw patronized by the busi fl f l l\\ - ness Ken and women of tho world. Call and latiafy yourself that ihe is genuine. If yoa cannot call send date of birth, lock of hair and one dollar by mall, with stamped Ad dressed envelope and have your fortune writ ten. Locating mines and hidden treasures a spec ialty. Diseases treated successfully by mail. Bend for circular. Hours: 10 a.m. to Bp. in. Call or address MME. de CAMOR, Nadeau Hotel, Parlors 101 and 102, First Floor. 7-12 3m JOE POHEIM THE TAILOR m MAKES THE BEST CLOTHES - l*jf | IN THE STATE .^ifcaL. At 25 PER CENT LESS fift 7HAN ANY OTHER HOUSE. I SUITS «*■ to Orflßi Atom §20 ||jf ! PANTS Hade to Order from $5 | |j| FINE TAILORING rjjfci AT MOT*EHATE PRICES 8 |£j Asy-rtulp.s for Sol f- £ $ Bya and Samples of Cloth Bent free Il *gfc for all orders. No. 143 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. aiOO REWARD Will Be Paid For the Arrest Of the attention and tha conviction of every lady's mind in Los Angeles of the fact that the moat daLoate and efficacious article of the toi let is noneother than "CBKMK KHEA," au un excelled Parisian face cream. Contains no animal grease or oil of any kind; Ih fully ab sorbed by the skin. Used with "Fourire Rhea" it produces a true enamel effect, transparent, smooth and fragrant. Price, (W)e a jar. Sold at tne IMPERIAL HAIR BAZAR. Under Hotel HpUenbeck on Second at. THIS IS NO CROSS-EYED PERSON, although it looks liko it. It eh iws how poorly fitted spectacles look. Besides the eyes suffer in consequence. To avoid ill-rJUing glasses cal) upon us for an exact scientific 111. I is our specialty, by - examined free. PAOIFDJ OPTICAL CO., Scientific Opticians, I<J7 North Hprlng st, opp. old courthouse. 8-25 ly LOST MANHOOD Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored. Celebrated English Remedy It is sold on a pesitivo mm fciiararitee to cure any (SW <37 Of ftirm of nervous pros* \£ ir*\f tratioaor any disorder | sflV of tho genital organs of I. v / Before* by excessive uso of After* Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or on account of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc.. Dirtiness, Convulsions, Wakefulness, Headache, Mental Depression. Softenipßof tbo Drain, Weak Memory. Bearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness, Hysteria, Nocturnal Erniseions, Spermatorrhoea, Loss of Power and Impoteuoy, which if neglected* msy I«ad io premature old age and insanity. Positively guuranteed. Price. § 1.00 a box; 6 boxes for $5.00. Sent by* mail on recelptof price. A written guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received. ) refund the money if a permanent euro is aos effected. * NERVTA MEDICINE CO.. Detroit. Mich. Por sale by GEO. H, FREEMAN CO.- 102 N Spring street. © DR. JORDAN & CO.'S im GREAT MUSEUM OF ANATOMY J Pffxl» Market St., San Francisco 9 aJm n (Between Gth and 7th Sts.) \ ffHrxV \ anu l earn now wonderfully you (Vm if ft. are -"--de and how to avoid sickness wa /I Hr* 11 ' u ' Be ' ise - Museum enlarged with \ X thousands of new objects. Adrais * w Bicn2scts. Private Of lice—same BullcUng* IQfll lUarket Street—Diseases of men: stricture, loss of manhood, diseaers of tho ekin and kiiitieys quickly cured without the use of mer cury. Treatment personally or by letter. Send for book. Long established and re fable practitioners ♦ ' ♦ ♦ ♦ ROBT. L. GARRETT & CoT ♦ X 330 N. Main St., Los Angeles. X X FUNERAL JUKE-TORS A\D EHB.USIW, f 4, Firat olaas equlpmeni. Large and well a i Be.ected atoclt. Reimonabiu and fair X 1 prices. Carelui and gainful troatmeut. * m Special attention given to embaln.lng X i and shipping bodies to dl.taut uurts of £ ♦ tliecouuiry. aJCf- Night alls prompt. ♦ 4* ly attended to. * O ♦ i«l.phon« No. 75. 4? A *♦♦♦♦♦♦* ♦ <><»♦♦♦#*<>*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦* ♦ ♦ J. M. GrlfiliU. Prea. John T. Orlfflth, V.-Prea. F. T Griffith, Secretary and Tr. usurer. JE. L. Chandler. Superintendent. J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY LUMBER DEALERS Aud Manufacturers of DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS AND STAIRS. Mill work of every description. 934 N\ st, Loi An-flci. Painless Dentistry Fine Gold Filling* BET TEETH, $3. 4^-^io7 R^spßiNa's^ O^SSBmXraiii^aSSv PERRY, MOTT & CO.'S LUMBER YARD AND PLANING MILLS. 136 Commercial at. Loa Angeles, Cal. Baker Iron Works OSOTO 900 BUEN'A VISTA ST., LOS ANQELES, - CAL. Adjoining S. P. Grounds. Tel. V.."