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SUNDAY CLOSING LAW. THE RESULTS OP A POLICEMAN'S OBSERVATIONS. Folleemen Unable te Dlaonver Any thing Exoept Load Talking Around th« Saloons on Sunday Lost. The police department ia not able to discover tbat the Sunday closing ordi nance is being openly violated. It was soms weeks ago that the chief was in structed by tbe police commissioners to convey to tbem all reports his men might make regarding violations ot tbe ordinance. Yesterday at tbe meeting of the police commissioners Chief Glass sub mitted a report made by Officer Robbins to Sergeant Jeffries. This re port set forth tbat on Sun day last Officer Kobbina had observed men going into and beard lood talking in and around Watson & Takewitz's aaloon, at tbe Arcade depot, Arbuckle's saloon on tbe corner of Second and Los Ange'es streets, James Nickel's saloon on First street, Hickeon ett Stack's place or) First Btreet, Cosgrove & Watson's on North Los Angeles street, Urany'e saloon on San Fernando street. At tbe latter place it eonndod as if a fight might be In progress within, but Uffioer Vignes came along and rapped on tbe door witb bis club and the noise was hushed. A saloon l cense was granted to Kum merfeldt & Knglieh for 251 East First street, transfer!ed from Joereman & ; Brnnold. The license of Frank Schnlter at 239 East Seventh street was transferred to Joseph Picket!bacu. Joseph Noel was granted a license for No. 300 Alieo street. Tbe license of Kodenberger & Smith 110 North Alameda street was trans ferred to Christian Ritbfurs. Tbe application of Jack Marieticb for a ealoon license at 2128 East First street was denied. Also that of J. W. Henley for a ealoon license at tbe cornel of Main and Sickel streets was dented. Tbe following petitions for ealoon licenses were referred to tbe chief: From Charles Eaton for a saloon license at 133 West Second street; from Tolling & Bteetsmer for a transfer of license at 112 Requena street from Joseph Al bricbt; from Kremfel cV Tnlneery, trnns fer from C. Krempel, 017,';. South Main street; from 7i, VV. Z ;«>.-manii, transfer from C. F. Kuhl at 246 South Main etreet; from Adolpb Miller, transfer from A. E. Mellick at 1603 North Main Btreet; from P. Maier, transfer from P. A. Parsons, 22b ISaat Second street; from Barton & Cooper for a saloon license at 416 North Main etreet; from O. W. Berenstein for a liquor license at 1328 East Second street, Applications for appointments as special policemen were received from G. D. Barnett at the toboggan slide and i F. O. Felts on the Florence Terrace tract and referred to tbe chief. Tbe application of J. O. Holly to be appointed a regular policeman was filed. POLICE "GRIND" LIGHT. (Ths Election Day Docket Very Sinn. Four vags, four drunks and the usual number of disturbers of tbe peace, to gether with one or two battery cases constituted the police docket yesterday, before Judges Austin and Seaman. Tbe tax fordrnnkenneßß before Judge Austin waa $2 and beforo Judge Seaman IS, while two "vags" were given six days by Seaman and two "floaters" by Judge Anatin. It was a very quiet day iv police circles ond but listle transpired tbat waß of interest to tbs public. MEMORANDA. H. C. Lichtenberger's art emporium, 107 North Main str. et, is headquarters ior pictures, frame], artists' materials, tissue papers, Christinas cards, etc. The store will remain open evenings during; December. Call early and select your Christmas presents. Dr. Eebecea Lee Dorsey, Stimson blook, first floor, rooms 129, 130, 141. Special attention given to obstetrical cases and all diseases of women and children. Electricity scientifically used. Consultation hours, 1 to 5. Tel. 1227. S, Conradi, jeweler end watchmaker, 113 S. Spring street, makes a specialty of fine watch and jewelry repairing, diamond setting ; an elegant line of opti cal goods; a tine stock of watches ond jewelry always on hands. It will pay you to look into tbe New Furniture Manufacturing company's warerooms, 408 and 410 South Broadway, before purchasing. Special—For a short time only, finest enameled cabinet photos in tbe city, re duced to $1 per dozen. Sunbeam Art Parlors, 230 South Main street. Mathushek and the Briggs sweet tone pianos ior Bale and to rent at No. 118 Winston street. A. (Jr. Gardner, prac tical piano tuner. John K. Paul, funeral director and em balmer. Satisfaction guaranteed. 419 and 421 Downey avenue, East Loa An geles. Telephone 1305. Adams Bros., dentists, 239.' 2 ' South Spring street. Painless rilling and ex tracting. The beat Bets of teeth from $0 to $10. Dr. W. H. Ward, Mueller block. Fifth and Broadway, rooms 21 and 2(i. lies . 1033 Floweret. Tel.. office 1421; ree. 110. Goto I. H. Martin to buy or sell fur niture, carpets, matting, linoleum, oil Sloth and stoves. 4">l South Spring ot. The Advance lUvis tewing machine is the best. Ol cc, I'2B south Main street. Sharp A Sairi«.ir),funeral directors (in dependent), ti. Spring st.; tel. 1U29 Hewing machine?, in good working order, for $5 each. 128 South Main st. Dr. Baldridge is now located at 245 South Spring street, rooms 2 und 3. The Grand Pacific.4 23 S.Spring street, large, sunny rocwe, 50c to iff.so. All kinds of sewing machines to rent; 128 South Main street. Dr. Ema Pullin, lady bomeopathist, 830 VV. First street, roomß 15 aud 10. Insure with A, C. Golsb, 117 South Broadway. Read Campbell's special ad. today. Booms $2 a week. V. S. hotel. The AuhMuatr, For all the delicacies of tbe season and Ibe only genuine French kitchen in the tity go to the Anheuser rentaurant, 243 South Spring street. Commercial lunch from 11 a. m. till 2 p. m. Meals a la carte lrom 7a. m. till Bp. m. The celebrated Anheuser-Busch premium beer aiwnya Iresh ou draught. Charles Bauer, pro prietor and general agent. If yon have rooms to rent try the Hbrald "want columns." 'lhey briug results. Drink Shasta Water, Woollacott agent. WASSON-ANDERSON. Tha Wedding at a Young Newspaper Han Laat Nigbt. Last evening William I>. Wesson, one of the bright, young newspaper men of tbis city, was nnited in marriage to Miss May Anderson, a young lady who has been making a temporary sojourn in Los Angeles, and who haa won a boat of frienda during tbe time of her sojourn. Since arriving from his eastern home Mr. Wesson hae been attached to the local ataff of the Heiuu.d, and albeit the duties of the . \"«-*- newspaper man are sufficiently < men • and absorb ing aa to time, in aome oA* .moment sly Cupid threw a dart that penetrated the armor of the able young newsgatb erer. Recognizing tbat diaoretion ia in very truth ths better part of valor be surren dered unconditionally, and last evening the young couple were united by Rev. William A. Knigbten ol the Grace M. E. ohurcb, at tba paraonage. The wedding was a very quiet affair but none the leaa enjoyable on tbat ao count. Tbe close personal friends of tbs bride and groom were entertained at the home of the bride on Hope Btreet,where a very pleasant time waa pasaed, all joining in the wish, to tbe musical pop ping of corks, tbat tba youthful couple may bave the rough plaoea in life's jour ney made smooth for tbem. AN ILLEGAL VOTER. Mr. N. T. Blair Arrested on Tbis Charge. N. T. Blair, wbo claims to live at 1462 Primrose avenue, waa arrested yesterday afternoon upon a complaint sworn out by William Andrew Ryan, a clerk at tbe Seoond precinct, charged with an illegal attempt to vote in that precinct at tbe city election held yesterday. It appears that Blair claimed a residence at the above number on Primrose ave nue when he voted at the county elec tion on November 6th, and whioh resi dence was found to be inoorreot. He was notified tbat should he attempt lo vote at the city election be would be challenged and possibly further trouble ensue. He paid no attention to the warning, but attempted to vote about 10 o'clock in tbe morning. His vote waa challenged and thrown out. Today Mr. Ryan appeared before Judge Austin and swore out the warrant as mentioned above Blair was brought in by Con stable Richardson, giving bonds in the sum of $500 to appear on Thursday after noonfor examination. jottings! Wagner's Klmberley, 15S N. Main, opposite old court house. Specs ard eye-glasses a specialty. Fine watch and jewelry repairing, also diamonds and flue jewelry at lowest figures. Wagner, tho old re liable ieweler. Our Home Brew. Maier & Zobelein's lager, fresh from their brevrcry, on draught In all the principal sa loons; delivered promptly in bottles or kegs. Office and brewery, 414 Aliso street, tele phone 91. Stop Paying Rent by Building Through the Savings Fund and Building So ciety of Los Angeles. Monthly payment*. Twelfth annual series nowopen. E. 11. Urasctt, secretary, room 103 Wilson block, First and Sprldg. Mirrors both French and German pUte, can now be had at a great saving on former prices. French mirrors, both plain and beveled; aiso ueveled plates made to order. All work guar anteed. H. Raphael & Co., 440 B. Spring St. Dissolution of Partnership. Nov. 1, 1894, the firm composed of Frank Benkertand Chris Straszacker wis dissolved. Chris Slrasztcker will keep the old place of business at BSS S. Main st. Orchardists, Look Out! Don't buy any trees until you have consulted Jerome Caldwell, general agent Alexinder & Hnmiuon's nurseries, Biggs, Cal. Office, Katick house. Los Angeles. The Finest Flavored Oysters In bulk and cans, <>0 cento, fnll quart*; fine, fat and juicy. Cans, 50 cent*. Dlscouut to hotel* and restaurant*. Kied Hauimau's alott Ma-ritet. Fine Fruits and Vegetables. Everybody nays Richardson, Lowry & Co., 10U K. First st,, have ths nicest and c'» an. >s fruit store in Lob Angeles. Telephone 1378, Columbian Coal. Try our Columbia lump coal, $8 pftrton delivered to any part of the city. Hancock Banning, 130 West Second st. Guitar Lessons. Spanish method, rapid and progressive, by Prof. Arevelo, room ISti Wilson bock. TAIuOTT 6c CO. Of New York, Permanently Located in Los Angeles, The Leading Specialists for Diseases of MEN Exclusively. fiot a Dollar JjLjl Need be Paid ' Medicine or Treatment Until We Cure You.^^^^ We mean the above statement emphatically—it means everybody, and it is to ahow our sincerity, honesty and ability to cure th'se diseases, ot which wo make a specialty. We have the largest practice in Southern California, acquired by skill and moderate charges our offices ere the most e.uborate aod private in the ciiy, and you need see no one but the doctors, We make it a part of our busi ness to deal In sacred confidence witli our patients. L A BUREAU OF CORRESPONDENCE CITRL/U constitutes a prominent feature of our practice, through which many 4sk.ib Home! j thousands of cases of chronic weaknesses are annually cured without hay -— j—- ing to visit us for personal examination. Our book on the nature and treatment of these diseases, together with rules for diet, exercise and sleep sent free on application ; also our self-diagnosis sheet and our opinion as to the curability of the case. ttHSJf We have abandoned the treatment of all diseases except those of a Private, fiervous and Chfonie fJature of f/len. We believe that we thereby attain the highest possible degree of success for the speedy, thorough and permanent cure of these peculiar cases. Every Form of Weakness, Acute and Chronic Discharges. We understand every feature of these diseases and have every instrument aud remedy known to make quick and permanent cures, Even' form of weakness, with their symptoms, which are too well known to repeat, cured and the victim prepared for marriage and life's duties. Chronic discharges resulting from bad treatment a particu lar specialty. Onanism cured in thirty days. Blood Taints, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Warts, Etc. Corner Main fitrcl Tliirrl Streets, Q\er Wells-Fargo Express U.iice. Private side entrance on Third St. Telephones —Office, 1309; Residence, 126 W. LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report, PritarJ Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A BATTLE OF BRAINS. Hand loan Chess Tournament of Sho Athletic Olob. Much enthuaiaam baa been displayed over the cbesa handicap tournament at tbe Loa Angeles Athletic clab by all cbess players. Prizsa to tbe value bf $20 were given, half by tba clab and half by Mr. O. H. Gould, a cbeas enthusiast of Santa Bar* bare. It is muoh to be regretted that tbe two upper classes were not more heavily bandieapped, as tbs result shows that while tbe two upper classes won 70 per cent of their games tbe lower class only won 30 per cent and the three beat prizes were carried by the three strongest playsrs, i. c., Messrs O. F. Pierce, O. A. Miller and H. Jones-Bats man. In the lower class Msssrs R. L. Cuzner and H. Hirechoff wers ths sue* cessful contestants. The following ia tbe score ol games: . F. Pleree, tirst dui . A Miller, second class [. Jones Bateman C y. While, second class [. Morris, Becond class .. B. Howell, aecond clasa.... . .. 1. J. Has lng«, second class , Grunewoid, second clasa .. U Cuzner, third clasa , h Merrill, thiid ciass . K. Harpham, third id ass 1. KerckhofT, fourth class e I'amp, fourth class . Orlan, fourth clasi '. P. Anderson, fourth class W. H. Peytou, forth class Chanslor, fourth clasa . w. Dooner, fourth claaa '. O. Welcii, fourth class..... . G. Teod, fourth e!a<s ! 17 2 lti',' 2"i If, \ 4 | 13 0 I 13 | 6 ! 12*1 6H 11 H I 8« 9',; 12 7 91, ! ii>» '£ 10 I 9 ! It] im' A Happy Frencbnitn. In tbe United States diatriot court, yesterday, before Judge Ross and a jury, tbe case of Honore Duseere, a French sheepberder, charged with having per mitted certain ehsep belonging to bim, on July 1, 1893, to destroy certain of tbe pine trees within tbe boundaries of tbe Sierra forest reserve, in Kern county, waa on trial. Inasmuch ea tbe evidence developed tbe fact tbat other bands of cheep, belonging to other parties, bad pastured within the re serve, and consequently it being an open question whether tbe sheep of tbe defendant were tbe particular onea responsible for tbe damage, the court instructed the jury to return a verdict of acquittal, and tbe defendant went free. Mr. John P. Wetmore. a prominent real estate agent of San Angelo, Texas, bas used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for several years as occasion required, and always with perfect snccess. He cays: ''I find it a perfect care for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery. I now feel that my outfit ia not complete without a bottle of tbis remedy at home or on a trip away from borne." For sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Fourth and Spring streets, and C, F. Heiozeman, 222 North Main etreet, druggist. Wall paper houae ol the coast, i'2H 3 Serine E. L. DOHENY, Manager. J. A. CONNON, Supt. DOHENY OIL CO. ■7;FUEL OlL_£- IN ANY QUANTITY at market prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Our oil contains no benzine, naptha or other dangerous explosives. We furnish Waicr-Zobelcin Brewery, Los Angeles Cold Storage Co., Cuaahy Packing Co., and many other consumers, to whom we refer. Can be burned with any style of burner. Telephone 1472. Wells & Office cor. Douglas & W. State sts. TOOK FIVE DAYS Io tba Chain-fane In Preference lo Fax ing ■ Finn* D. Damans, a well dressed end fine looking young men, was before Justine Seaman tbia afternoon, charged with having, on the 25th day of November last, violated a city ordinance by celling candy from a cart on Spring street,' at tbe corner of First street. Humane denied tbat be bad stoppsd there lor tbe purpose of selling bia wares, but to get a cigar, and wben bo returned a man aaked a him for bag of candy, which he aold bim and was im mediately arreated. After bearing tbe testimony of Offloer Rsdfsrn and Ser geant Morton, Juatice Seaman fined Dumane $5. "How many daya will 1 have to ssrve, jou honor, should I not pay tbe fins?" aaked Dumane. "Five days," said bis honor. "Well, I'll take the days and not pay the fine," said Dumane, and he took his seat in the dock with a determined air. Deputy City Attorney Crntcher atated to the court that although the ordinance stated tbat no tamale wagons or candy carta should be allowed to atand at the curb on Spring etreet, Main street or Broadway, between First and Seventh atreeth, through orders iesaed to the oolice force tbey were allowed to atand tbere between tbe honra of 5 p. m. and midnight, many of the peraons having no other way in which to earn their living. The Modern Mother Has fonnd that her little ones are im proved more by tbe pleasant laxative Syrnp of Figs, when in need of the laxa tive effects ol a gentle remedy than by any other, and that it is more accepta ble to tbem. Children enjoy it and it benefits them. The true remedy, Syrup of Figs, is manufactu'ed by the Califor nia Fig Syrup Co. only. Neltzke ,t Speck, fnnerai directors aud em balm t re, 25b South Main street. Tel. 1319, Oo to Kckatrom, 30H H. Main atreet, for good wall paper at the right price. Buy tbe Whitney make trunk and traveling bag. Factory 344 N. Main su MARRIAGE LICENSES. John A. Mcarthnr, Glendora 80 Sarah Loxena Lane, Pomona .22 Byron M. Spencer, Flagstaff, Ariz 41 Margaret I'iiue, F agnUrT, Aria 45 Qeorges Michel Fawre, Los Angeles 43 bouhle Vallermnnd, Los Ange <j> 43 Edwin E. Orandalt, Loa Angelea 40 utara D. Thompson, Los An*etee 32 Eulogio Carrlllo, Santa Monte t 29 Uraceß. We tover, Pasadena 19 William D. Wa-soii. Los Ang. les 23 May Anderson. loa Au;el»s 23 DIED. HIRM AN—ln tbfs "clty|~Dec«nb»r 4, 1894, at 1:05 p.m., Mrs. Smelia Herman, ageu 7b' yeara, (j months and 13 days. Funeral will take place at tbe home ot her daughter, Mrs. J. Valentine, 162 youth Walnnt street, Wednetday, December sth. at 2 f,m, frienda are invited to attend. Selma and Mo bile (Ala.) papers please copy. Christmas \ SUGGESTION J N °' illTiaTTllT.fr If a manonlv knew J ust what she would OUIIIC tlllllg like for a Christmas present! Mostmen TTor don't know; at least they think they IUI 11 "I don't. Yet, if they would only stop to think, they would know that nothing in the realm of gifts is more appreciated by womankind than some choice bit of Furniture Bric-a-brac, like our quaintly-beautiful music cabinets, made from rich, dark, glistening woods that match the pianos, the carvings and the resplendent brass trim mings; in fact, the cabinets themselves are exquisite exam ples of the furniture maker's art. Furniture like this is like wine or friends—the older it gets the better. Perhaps SHE would like this cabinet for her music. Perhaps YOU had better come and see them. All prices—down to as low as $7. Los Angeles Furniture Co. 225, 227, 229 South Broadway. The Widest Street in the City. 9TH YEAR IN LOS ANGELES. Hit. WHITE'S .SDRIVATE I D3BPENSARY NERVOUS DEBILITY Beminp.l ecknee", impotency, etc.. inducing some of the following symptoms, as dlzzlae*-t, confusion of ideas, defective memory, aversion to socety, blotcbes, emissions, exhaustion varieoc de, etc., are pern anently rnred. Urinary, Kidney acd liladder troubles, weak back Incontinence, gouorrbea, gleet, atrtctnre and all uuoalur.il discharges are quickly and perfectly cured. BCKOFUL*. AND SYPHILIS earning ulcers, eruptions, swelling In groins, sorethro.it, fat Ine hair and other symptoms are removed, and ail poison permanently eradi cated Irom tbe system. CUT-TREATMENT at office or by express. All letters strictly confidential. Never Get Left Uniform Price, Quttity, Workim^ipt 312 South Spring atreet. below Third, CHRISTMAS GIFTS! What Shall I Give My Gentlemen Friends or Relatives ? A POSTAL to Ernest S. Howell, P.O. Box 077, and have a solicitor call and show you a fine line of Shirt sam ples, with "the latest," the Wm. K. How ell Patent Reversible Wrluband, at tached, and see what a useful and beantt fut gift you can present at a nominal fig ure. Sblrts from $1.25 up—made to order and fit guaranteed. t ROBT. L. GARRETT & CO* | X 330 N. Main St., Los Angeles. X X FINEKAL IMUfctTOiiS A.M) EMIIALBEi\ ♦ g> First class equipment. Large and well A selected stock. Reasonable and fair i * prices. Careful aud skillful treatment, i * special atteutlon given to embalming 4 p ami shipping bodies to di<taut parts ol *> * ibecoun>ry. tI»W Night calls prompt- ♦ <> iy attended to. * <t 4t >f* I Million c No. 75. 4) *♦*♦♦«♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»»♦» .♦ ♦ Hlarhest Medals offered la America. _f* r >y vrorld'i Fair CooTntlna ol rae» a S y werapnefa »nd World's Expott. X/ rolum« Los Angelas Fair, '89 '91. *— highest premium* ior laat lair. ending Oct. 20, '94, Our Awards arc the fiisrh- i ' est Awarded An> Photogr-< rapher. Speaking; Volames for the Superiority Ot the Strckel Photographs, KYMOGRAPHY CLOUDY WEATHER PREFERRED. 220 S. SPRING ST., Opp. L> A. Theater and Helleabeek Hot* THOMAS BROS. §§gv* ALL KINDS OK T T UfIRfjWARF TINNING and JOBBING open evenings. Promptly Attended To. 230 S. Spring St. e™»i»s»»ewaa»»«n^»enangaan^»aaenasa»aaaas»a»M OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK OF LOS ANQELES. CAL. CAPITAL (PAID HP, $ 500,00 VOO 6TJBPLUS AND BEJEEVE 820,000.00 TOTAL 81,320,000 00 OFFICERS: DIRECTORS: I. W, HELLMAN President W. H. Perry, C. E, Thorn, A. Olasaetk H. W. HELLMAN Vice-President O. W. Chllds, c. Ducommon. JOHN MILNEK r ashler T. L. Dnqne, J. B. Lankei shire WW I. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier H. W. Hellman, L W. Heilman. Sell aad Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department correspondence: invited. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL Bank, 101 B. Spring at,, Nadeau block. L. N. BRSBD President WM. F. SOSBYdHELL Vice-President C. N. FLINT Ctabier W. H. HOLLIDAT Aaalatant Cashier Capital, paid In go.d coin $200,000 Surplus and uud. video profits 25,000 Authorised capital 500,'j00 directors: L. N. Breed, H. T. Nxwell, Wm. H. Avery, Silas Hnlman, W. H. Holiday. F. C. Bo'br ahe.l, M. Hagan. Frank Under, D. Remlck, Tbos. Goas, \>m. F. Bo.by shell. I UNION BANKOFSAVINGSI CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. os'icana and dircctohs: b,, W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. MeVay Prett Vice-Prwt. Chier C. G. Harrison S. H. Soft, R. M. Baker S. E. Pomoroy S. A. Butler INTEREST PAID ON PEPO_BITB_| LOS ANGBLBS SAVINGS BANK, 2M H. Main sl Capital stock $100,000 Bar plus... 35,000 J. I*. Plater, Pres. H. W. Hellman, V.ee-Pres w. M, Oa.well, Cashier. Directors—l. W. Hellman, J. K. Pliter. H. W. Hcl man, I. vv. Heilman, Jr., W. M. Caswell. interest paid on deposits. Money to loan oi flri-t cla.. r-»l * ataf il 'if Painless Dentistry Fine Gold Filling' BrlSge jjqg Y*t& BBT TJt,THi •- 8 ■s»Wi_« kjtiwio7 E N? Briiite r* A Cure That Cures. TAP L 1 \? I bave cured thousands, and oan I It I . I j curs thotnands more who suffer as you do, of Kmisdons, Impotency, Nervous Deblll y, Varicocele and Bbrun.m Parts, caused by self abuse, by h simple remedy whioh cured me, recipe for watch I will send (sealed) FRKK to any sufferer. Address, with stamp DAVID B. EMMET, Box 870. Knglewood, 111 11-17 lyr OF LO3 ANGELES. Capita' stock UiOO.OOO Surplus 200.000 J. M. ELLIOTT. President W.Q. KKECKHOIfF, V.-Pras't. FHAN X A GIBSON, Cafhler. Q B. 8H iFFtR, AnstOasales, DiuacToßs: _, . , J. M. Elliott, J. D. Blckusll, F. Q. Btory, H. Jevns. I. D. Hooker, W. G Patterson. Wm. a. KerckhofT. ■■ .mm ANQfiI.E3 NATIONAL BANK. UKITCD STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital 777777. SJOc-.0-HJ Surplus I Total 057,000 I GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE President WAKKaN GIUJtLUN. Vice-PresldsnS E.O. HOWBi Caaala* X W. COB Aaalstnnt Cashier DIRECTORS: George Tl. Bonebrak , Warren Olllelan, P. SL Green, Ohas. A Marrlr.er, W. C. mown, A, W. Franoiaeo, X. P. Johnaon, M. 1, Allen, F C, Howes. 9-lAti PARISIAN MILLINERY. MI9H E. C. COLLINS invitee the ladiea to examine her new and decant due of ml,, linery gooda, Juat received from New Yor*. imported Ha a and Bonnets and the largest and flneat general millinery Mock ever dup ay ed in tbe oliy. Pricea reasonable aid latialttctioa guaranteed. 209 S. Broadway, Y. M. C. A. Bnlld'g. Stockholders' Meeting Notice. TP THB STOCKHOLDERS OF THE ALOSTA Water and Development (.'onipnnv Notice is hercbv given that the' deferred annual meeting nf the stockholders of the Al osta Water and Development Company, a cor poration for tiie elec ion of officers and di rectors of aaid corporation, and for ihe trans action of such oilier busines. hs may properly come before tbe meeting, will be held at It o'clock a.m. on Saturday. December 15lh, 1894, at ilie office of Ih company in ihe town of Alosia, county of Los Angeles, state of Cali io U'if; „,, , (i> o- K.UAKD, President. ' WILL BEACH, Secretary.