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JARNDYCE AND JARNDYCE
The Longest Case iv Southern
California Courts
AROUND ABOUT THE HOTELS
Talks With Prominent People Who Are
in the City
Charles Hanlon Tell. About the Pratt Estate
and Dr. O'Donnell Discourse, on Markham.
Some of the People In Town
"I am down here on the Pratt estate
case, the 'Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce' of
Southern Cati tornia," said Charles F.
Hunlon, the well-known Ban Francisco
lawyer, as lie dropped into a chair at the
Hollenbeck and heaved a sigh. "It's an
awful ease," he continued. "People say
lawyers are delighted when litigation
strings out, but l tell you, Honestly, 1
wish, from the bottom of my heart, this
case was ended once, for all and forever.
Why, do you know the first trial, the
contest over the will was the longest by
eleven flays ever tried in Southern Cali
fornia? Well, it was, and it was, in the
curbstone vernacular, a corker."
"Arc you a winner or a loser so far?"
asked the reporter,
"Oh, I'm a winner, a big winner, but
that has nothing to do with a fellow being
tired. lam only going to stay here a
few days this time, however. That is, I
think 1 am only going to stay a few days.
Let's talk about Han Francisco," suit!
Mr. Hanlon,
"Now you people down hero want to
stir yourselves or do you know what will i
happen? Sail Francisco is going to build |
the valley railroad, and" unless . you pgo- j
pie over the mountain meet it there is no \
telling what sort.of a curve eastward it
will take. If Los Angeles meets the valley j
road there I think the San Francisco cap- i
i tali sts. will spend the money they are j
gathering to extend the valley* road east- j
ward in building a line to the Northwest. |
Oh, San Francisco lias wok-e up, and no i
mistake a Unit it, and you people must do i
likewise. Heavens," said Hanlon, "here j
domes a Witness in the local 'Jarndyce vs j
Jarndyce' and f most leave you," ami i
with a groan lie went up and shook the j
man ho didn't want to see hy the hand :
heartily.
•'Wefl, sah, I've been with ex-Governor |
Markham nearly* all day, and I admire j
him more than ever," said Dr. O'Donnell, {
as be climbed out of a carriage, covered i
with dust and with both hands and his
pockets tilled with orunges.
"It looks as if you had been visiting [
somebody's orange orchard," said the j
Herald man.
Well, sah, I have, I have. But I had
no need to hook oranges. If I'd had to
hook 'cm I'd done it sure; but out here,
out here in tiod's country, sab, people are
like they used to be down South oefore tbe
wah. They've got so much, and God has
been so good to them, that they can't
help saying to people, 'Here, help your
selves.' But I want to talk about Stark
ham. I'm afraid to talk about your cli
mate, because my wife is even now hint
ing around that this is a good place to
live, and I think so too, so I don't know
whither I'll get away or not, and if I
stay, let your candidates beware. But
about. Markhum. Now, he's a pretty
nice fellow, even if the papers do roast
him brown. He is all right on the rail
road question, and he wants to see Los
Angeles wake up and do something. We
talked about the railroad all afternoon,
and be agrees with me that people down
here must do something, do something in
earnest and do it quick, sah, quick.
That's what's the matter. Oh, I'd like to
have chance to stir 'em up down here, |
and mebbe I will."
"Did Markham say anything about the
Mose Gunst appointment or the charges
of extravagance made against his admin
istration?"
Now Dr. O'Donnell hates to prevaricate,
and whatever else be said about htm, his
word is considered his bond by his
friends; so when the question was
asked, the Doctor hesitatad and then took
refuge in that old, old scheme by saying;
"Let's have a drink."
As Dr. O'Donnell drinks only lemonade
he is usually safe in making the proposi
tion, but the reporter pressed him and
then be said:
"I just called on ex-Governor Markham
socially, you know; and, my son, you i
know what is talked among friends is
among friends. If the Governor referred
to anything now past and gone, it was in
a way that showed he had an easy con
science: wit let us talk about railroads and
the Kniguts and Ladies of Honor, and
let's take a drink and I'll see you tomor
row," anil the popular Doctor hurried
away to escape the inquisitor.
THE PASSING THRONG
Hon. John Mcdonigle of Ventura is in
tbe city.
C. A. Phelps, a leading traveling man,
is at tbe Nadeau.
James Sheakley of Sitka, Alaska, is at
the Westminster.
C. E, Warden, who owns tbe saltworks
at.Sulton, B at the Nadeau.
W. R. l'elley of the South Riverside tin
mines is stepping at the Nadeau.
W. N. Harris, of Boston, EldrldgeA
Co., of Sal Francisco, is at the .N'adeau.
Colonel 4>hn Mason Loomifi ami wife
of Chicagi are registered at the West
minster.
.1. M. li'iU'-e of San Diego, who has
been a gmtt at the Nadeau for several
days, retimed home yesterday.
Thomas iayes, a prominent business
Man id' lndunapolis, accompanied by his
daughter, b at the Westminster.
Clark Al'erti, formerly correspondent
for the Chisago Inter-Ooean, it at the
Westiuinstcracconipanied hy his wife.
E. A. Unci, who has recently pun based
an interest in the Saturday Review of
San liernard.no, was in Los Angeles yes
terday.
K. S. Talhcttand W. A. Phillips, Gov
ernment inspectors of steamships, are at
the Arcade, ci route to Sou Pedro, Port
Los Angeles aid elsewhere.
Mr. and Mn. A. B. Sheldon, who have
been stopping at the Hotel California for
the past two iionths, left today for Han
Francisco uiufthe East.
Editor Mum of the San Jacinto Reg
ister is in thejity. Mr. Mtinn is arrang
ing for a paade and exhibit of some
gun Jacinto Irjlians during La Fiesta.
Among the. irrivals at the Hotel Cali
fornia are: J.W. Whalon, Boston; A. I),
filly. Laconia N. H.: W. W. Johnson,
Chicago, and D. liases and family of
New York.
Dr. C. C. O'lonnel of Hun Francisco,
Grand Protects, Knights and Ladies ot
Honor, will spuk tonight at Caledonia
Hall, 119 Southßpring street, on the mer
its of the order.
Charles B. MAHister, who is Ihe Pa
citic Coast repßsentative of Shuftue.k A>
Binger, the prqiincnt leather nrerchants
ol New York, bs been spending several
Qliys Ut the Naejau. Mr. McAllister left
this section of tilifnruia
ISM night for Su Francisco. '
T. D. Vondeniort, editor oj the Perris
Valley Record, i in the city on business.
He reports thinu booming tfl tbe Ferris
valley. Mr. Vadervoort publishes on*.of
,the hestcounty ppers in Southern Cali
lornia.
\Arrhals at H Grand Pacific Hotel:
Mr. and Mrs. (1 D. Dorr, Minneapolis,
Minn.: Mr. and Irs. Edward Finley, De
Pue, III.; Fred & Smith; Trinidad, Col.;
W. B. Crawley, Boston, Mass.; T. D.
Riley, San Francico; Mr. and Mis. G. W.
Cameron, Pof>lar Bluff, Mo.; k. P. ttruv.
San Francisco; 11. ('. Ballard. Denver.
Cot
W. 8. JorJun, traveling freight acrent
for the Chicago nnd (ireat Northern, is in
the city.
H. M. Barton, ti member of the Olty
Council of San Bernardino, ie at the
Nadeau.
■L H. liohr, of J. H Bohr A* 0o y one
of the largest cloak houses in New York,
is at the NadeaL
Edgar H, Scott, accompanied by his
mother und sifter, are in tiie city and are
■ topping at tbe Nadeau.
-I. T. Thasker, one id the largest fruil>
buyers in the United States, accompanied
by his wife, is at the Nadeau.
J. G. Bjtongati ot Winnipeg is at the
the Hollenbeck. lie is one of the most
widely known insurance men in the
United States.
Charles F. Ha:ilon, acoompan Led by
Mrs. L. C. Goodspeod and Daniel Sullivan,
all interested in tiie Pratt will case, ar
rived from San Francisco yesterday and
have taken apartments at the Hollenbeck.
New Suits
Larkin Snodgrnssyesterday sued M. Mo-
Oreal and others to foreclose a mortgage
foi *:ir>74.'Jii.
Florence Johnson sued J. Downey Har
vey, administrator >>f the estate of John
G. Downey, deceased, for $300, the value
of a claim against the Southern California
Company, of which the late Governor
Downey was a stockholder. A. simihir suit
was begun hy the Los Angeles National
Bank for a like amount against Mr. Har
vey.
C. K. Huber and a number of other tax
payers on Broadway, near Ninth, ask the
Superior Court thai the report of the com
missioners on widening Broadway be not
adopted, nnd the proceedings for widening
it abandoned, and for other relief. The
City of Los Angeles and P. A. Howard
are the defendants.
.lames C. Dunn, on behalf of himself
and other Ixmg Beach taxpayers, yester
• lay commenced a suit against the Long j
Beach Land and Water Company, for the
purpose of obtaining from the court an j
order enjoining defendants from asserting j
any claim So certain lands fronting the !
ocean in that city.
THE REFRIGERATOR CHARGES
The Assembly Asks for an Inquiry on
Fruit Shipments
The Railroad Cammtssioaers Peel Inclined to
Shift the Responsibility on the Interstate
Commerce Commission
A subject In which the fruit-shippers of
Southern California are deeply inter
ested will BOOn he investigated hy the
Shite Board Of Railroad Commissioners,
j It. will embrace ail investigation into
freight rates on California fruits and the
royalties charged for the use of patent re
frigerating devices used In transportation.
A resolution was adopted last week hy
the Assembly that rends us follows:
Whereas, It is very commonly under
stood that a very large proportion ot the
charges incident to transportation are oc
casioned hy the Use ol patented devices for
the preservation of such shipments, and
that tbe amount paid for the use of such
patented devices is greatly in excess of a
reasonable return to theowners of such de
vices; therefore, he it
Resolved, That the Board of Railroad
Commissioners of the state of California
he requested to report to this Assembly,
within ten days from this date, a de
tailed statement of the rates charged for
the transportation of the products of the
state of California 60 the Eastern and
other markets; and that they advise this
Assembly what deviecs are used and the
additional cost of transportation occa
sioned by the use of such devices for the
I transportation of fruit, and to report
j whether or not it is possible to provide
for the use of equally satisfactory devices
or plans at greatly reduced rates, and that
they give the Assembly such other infor
mation as may enable it To initiate such
legislation as will relieve tbe industries of
this sUite in the greatest degree possible,
and that the chief clerk of this House be
instructed to transmit a copy of this res
olution to the Board of Railroad Commis
sioners forthwith.
In accordance with this resolution the
investigation will be commenced hy the
Railroad Commissioners next Monday.
The railroad cootpanies have been re
quested to furnish the necessary 'data and
tin 1 fruit shippers in this seetiou may he
able to forward some valuable statistics
to the commissioners.
Commissioner Stanton stated to an Ex
aminer reporter that the desired informa
tion would be secured as far as possible
and forwarded to the Assembly in the
period desired. It appeared to him,
however, that the matter of freight rates
to the East was beyond the jurisdiction
of the Railroad Commission and the State
Legislature, and came under the author
ity of the Interstate Commerce Commis
sion and Congress. As to the inattor of
patented dev»-es for the- preservation of
shipments of fruits and vegetables, he
said expert testimony would have to be
called. Even then-and Commissioner
Clark, who was standing by, agreed with
hint—it would he difficult and probably
dangerous to "report whether or not it is
possible to provide for the use of equally
satisfactory devices or plans at greatly
reduced rateji."
Retail Clerks' Ball
One of the events which should he well
attended this week is the promenade hall
and concert to be given by the Retail
Clerks' Association at the Maeehhee Tern
pie the night of Washington's Birthday.
Tbe association is one whoso members
daily use their patience to wait upon the
put-runs of the large mercantile houses,
some of whom are very exacting, and
their many friends thus waited" upon
should unite in making this festive occa
sion a success, both financially and so
ciilly. Their employers are all inter
ested, and many of our prominent busi
ness men are uniting to show tlieir ap
preciation in being present on this occa
sion.
Incorporated
Tbe Pasadena Security Investment Com
pany filed articles of incorporation yester
day. Its headquarters are at Pasadena.
The capital stock of JftO.OUO iB fully sub
scribed. Tbe board of dirdctors consists of
George H. Coffin, KdWin Steams and Ed
ward T. Howe, who own all the stock but
two shares, and this is the property of
Charles K. (ietchell and John K. Crnis'ton,
the two other directors.
Died by His Own Hand
Samuel Lester, tbe young man who
shot himself through the head a few days
ago, died at the County Hospital yester
day. He was 38 years of age and a native
of Kansas. Coroner Campbell held an in
quest, at a Broadway undertaking estab
lshment yesterday, ami the Jury returned
a verdict that the deceased eaine to his
death by suicide.
Stone Throwers
Pat O'Regan and Carl Better, two boys
charged with throwing .stones at tbe rail- j
r >ad cars, were sentenced yesterday by !
Justice Young to thirty days in the coUtttv !
jail. The court suspended sentence dur- j
mg Rood behavior and read the boys a
severe lecture. " I
A Shovel a Deadly Weapon
W. W. Alward yesterday obtained a war
rant for the arrest of a man named Frank
Trapp, whom be accuses of having as
saulted him with a shovel in the morning,
A complaint charging Trapp with an as
sault with a deadly weupon was issued.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY AfORNIXO, FEBRUARY/ 10. 1805.
HE REFUTED THE CHARGES
—mjj !l
An Oakland Man Who Has a
Very Soft Thing
i—as—
IT IS AS GOOD AS A MINT
Salary Drawn By Assessor Leckie
of Alameda
.' ".■
He Drew Down Sixteen Thousand Dollars
a Ve.r, But Attempts to Shut
Out His Successor
Robert S. Lcckie, of Oakland, who has
been Tilting In Los Angeles during the
past week, returned home yesterday
afternoon. His departure was rather sud
den but. he had to leave to he present in
Sacramento to refute severe charges which
have been brought against him.
o*ol a number of yenrs Lcckie was
I Assessor of Alameda county and has a
I state reputation for having introduced
into his offices a system of books which
! arc more complete than can be found in
| almost any other office in the state.
During the last campaign Lcckie de
sired to be re-elected but he was badly
defeated by a Populist named Henry P.
Daiton, who wan comparatively unknown
to the average Alameda county voter.
Leckle was advertised as being friendly to
the Southern Pacific Company, and to the
( spreading of this report is due his defeat.
Tbe defeated candidate blamed l>altou
for spreading the reports, and after the
! campaign was over lie set about in a
! quiet way to be revenged on bis oppon
j ent. The best way to get, even on the
County Assessor was suggested to a legis
| lative committee, when a proposition was
urged to cut tbe salary of Daiton down
ffiuDO a year. Mr. Leckle sent an itemized
statement to Sacramento a few days ago
showing that during the last year he was
in office he received an enormous salary.
In fact his statement tended to show that
the Assessor bad a snap and was getting
a better salary than any bank president
in the town across the bay. These are
Leckie's figures for a year, which have
been sent to Sacramento: Total receipts,
$29,903.83; disbursements. $12,005.
The new county government act, which
went into effect op January l, is«*r>, gives
the Assessor live deputies at $101) a month
and a chief deputy af $21110 a year, which,
according to Mr. Leckie's figures, would
give the Assessor a total salary of $29.
--902.98 with no increased expense. His
; actual income in cash, therefore, would
amount to tbe munificent sum of $10,
--988.98 per year.
When Daiton learned of Leckie's tactics
jhe went to the state capital, and while
I not attempting to oppose the reduction of
his revenue he made a charge against
Leckle which, if proved, will discredit
anything be may hereafter have to say.
Daiton shower) tbat Leckle bad tiled a
sworn statement with the Hoard of Super
visors of Alameda county in July, IKO2,
wherein be declared that' his total salary
I was only $19,966.89. He also made a
statement of his expenses, wherein he
swore that bis net salary amounted to
I $3561.89 for the year. Daiton therefore
openly declared that Leckle had either
falsified his report made to tbe supervi
sors or else he had made a false statement
to the Legislature.
Ex-Assessor Lcckie was seen yesterday
■ before bis departure for home, by a Her
ald reporter. He said that he was going
to return to Oakland sooner than he had
anticipated to meet Daiton and refute tbe
charge of perjury be had brought against
him. "Daiton is not content with having
beaten me for office,*' said Mr. Lcckie,
"but he has to attack my integrity when
lam away upon my vacation. 1* never
made any sworn statement with the fig
ures as he claims, and I will defy him to
prove that I did when 1 meet him.
"The figures I gave concerning mv of
fice I gave to tbe Legislature Committee
at tlieir request, as it was my duty to do.
I did not consider Daiton in. the matter at
all."
DOWNED BY HIS ENEMIES
Their Envious Minds Cause Parson
Smith's Suspension
Now That The Mischief Is Wrought They
Admit the Falsehood of All
Their Charges
The Rev. G. H. W. Smith, whose ad
ventures and misfortunes were related in
Sunday's Herald, yesterday indignantly
denied that he is a negro. Vet his hair is
kinky, his skin as dark as that of a
Samho, his fold, before the African M. E.
Zion Church Conference closed him out of
business for one year, was colored and his
wife and his associates are all id African
descent. Nevertheless he considers the
word negro applied to him as an insult.
The Rev. (1. H. W. Smith positively de
nies that his veins contain a single drop
of African blood, but he vehemently and
loudly maintains tbat he is the descend
ant of a Cherokee Indian chief on the one
side and proud Scots on the other.
There were new developments in his
case yesterday which seem to indicate
that be has to some extent been the vic
tim of jealousy and spite on the part of
enemies, and tbat his suspension was tbe
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PERRY DAVIS & SOI. Providence, R. L, f
m'mlieri
ouU'ome of a conspiracy to hound him
out of his job.'
The Reverend Smith had in his posses
sion yesterday, a paper signed by Paul
Brown, Miss Maggie Landy.Mary Leonard,
Mrs. Mary McLaughlin ami Mrs. Thomas
Landy, which was sworn to on that same
day before P. E. King, a notary public.
This statement, he forwarded to'the Afri
can Methodist Episcopal bishop of New
York in the evening, as a complete vindi
cation of the charges.
The subscribers say that they have
known the Rev. G. H. W. Smith lor ten
mouths. They admit having heard that
the slanderous and vicious statements
purporting to have been made by them
i and bearing their signatures, charging
, Mr. Smith with immoral conduct ami
; adultery, were presented before tbe A. M.
B, /.ion Cliurch Conference, at Monrovia,
in February, ÜBS; also that on account of
said statements so presented the said Ray.
Mr. Smith has been suspended from tbe
ministry for one year.
"We hereby state," eont'nues the af
fidavit, "that, after due investigation, said
Statements, if made by us, were made
when we were laboring under a delusion,
and while we were envious of said Rev.
<1. H. W. Smith, and though jealousy, be
having just married a young wife. Said
statements were unlrue in every particu
lar and we retract the same."
The subscribers further allege that a
copy of the charges they had previously
made against Smith were secured by one
M. W. lteyman—tbe man who said he
would fix Smith—and presented to the
conference without their knowledge or
consent. In conclusion they cheerfully
testify now that upon all occasions and at,
all times, as far as they know, the Rev.
Mr. Smith always demeaned himself hero
in a gentlemanly and Christian manner.
And here the matter now rests, with
the parson still out of a job ami nobody
he can fall back upon for revenge, except
this Mr. Beyman, "who had it in for
Smith and fixed him,' 1 as he said he I
would.
A musirel and literary entertainment
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ruary 21st, at Elks' Ball, No. 2.">2 1-2
South Main street, for the benefit of the
Altec Society of the Cathedral. Lunch
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that will comprise the talented Dougales
Sisters. Miss Nora Madden in Irish char
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violocellist; Prof. B. Berg, pianist; Hiss
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MRS. NETTIE HARRISON
BEAUTY DOCTOR
40 AND 42 GEARY ST. SAN FRANCISCO
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® FRED BARMAN A BRO., 200 S. Spring St. G. W. WALKER, First and Main st. ■)
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OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS KNCELES, C75L..
CAPITAL (PAID DP) if R00.000.00
SUItPLt'S AND RESERVE 820,000.00
TOTAL $1,320,000.00
OF=FICBRS: I DIRECTORS:
t. W. HELLMAN President | W. H. Perry. C E. Thoin, A. <31aa8.1L
H. W. HELLMAN Vice-President 0. W. Child's, 0 Ducommon,
JOHN MILNER Cashier I T. L. Daque, J. B. I.ankershlm,
H.J FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier | 11. \V. Hellman, I. w. Hellman.
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department.
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY!
OF LOS ANGELES.
CHPITHL PHID UP IN COLD COIN. $500,000.
A general banking business transacted. Interest paid on time deposits. Wa act as trustees
Guardians, administrators, etc. Safe deposit boxes for rent.
DIP.ErTOBS AND OFFICEr.S:
H J. WOOLLACOTT, President. J, F. TOU ELL, Ist Vice-President WARREN GILLELEN, Sd
Vice-President. JNO. W. A. OFF, Cashier. M. B. LEWIS, Assls't Cashier.
GEO. 11. BONEUHAKE, B. F. PORTER, F. C, HOWES. R. 11. HOWELL, P. M. GREEN,
W. P. GARDINER HF. TIA' T..
OF LOS ANGELES.
Capital stork $400,000
Surplus ami und'd profits over 2:to,000
J. SI. ELLIOTT, President
W. G. KERCKHOFF. V. Pres't.
FRANK A. QIBSON. Cashier.
G. B SHAFFKR, Ass't Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
J. M. Ellliott, J. I). Bieknell,
F. Q. Story, IL .ievne,
J. D, Hooker, W. C. i'atterson,
Wm. 0. Kerckhoff.
No public funds or other preferred deposits
received by this bank.
aTiTstreet savi^gsbANK AND~
TRUST COMPANY. Junction of Stain,
Spring and Temple Streets (Temple block.)
Capital Stock #200,000
Surplus af.d Profits 11,000
Five per cent paid on term deposits.
Money loaned on real estate only.
officers:
T. L. DUQUE, President.
J. B. LANKERSHIM, Vice-President.
J. V. WACIITEL, Cashier
DIRECTORS:
H. W. Hellman, J. B. Lankersbim,
I. N. Van Nuvs, O. T. Johnson.
Kasparof'ohn, 11. \v. u'Melveny.
W. G. Kerckhoff. T. L. Duque.
Daniel Sloyer, 8. F.
OS ANGELES SAVINGS BANKi
230 N. Slalu st.
Capital Stock $100,000
Surplus 35,000
J. E. Plater, Pres. H. W. Hellman, V-Pres.
VV. SI. Caswell, Cashier.
Directors--!. W. Hellman, J. E. Plater, H. W.
Heliiuan, I. \V. Hellman, jr., W. SI. Caswell.
Interest pairl on deposits. Sloney to loan on
lirst-class real estate.
,T. SI. Griffith, Pres. John T. Griffith, V.-Ires.
F. T. Griffith. Seeretarv and 'treasurer.
Geo. It. Waltes, Sup'tof SHU.
J. M. GRIFFITH CO.
Lumber Dealers,
And Manufacturers of
ANisiic Mill work ol [very oescripiioo.
Doors, Windows, Blinds and Stairs.
Bfl N. Alameda st., Anir>'le<, ' al
GOLD AND SILVER REFINING $&V«»?iS
430 South Spring street, I.os Angeles, Cal.
UNION BANKOFSAVINGS
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000 f
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. *
OFFICERS Alio DIRECTORS '■
m. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. NcVay
Preit. Vu's-rrost. Cubier
C. 6. Harrison S. H. Matt It. M. Baker
A. E. Pomoroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital $500,000
- Surplus 37,500
Total $537,500
GEORGE H.BONEBR.AKE President
WARREN QIIXELEN Vice-Preiident
&& MW ,\.' E8 csshlsr
fc. w. cot Assistant Casblsr
DIRECTORS:
George 11. Bonclireak, Warren Gillelen, P. M
Groen, Chas. A. Marrlner. W. c. Brown, A. W
Francisco, E. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen, f" C."
Howes.
COUTH ERNCALIFfJRNIA NATIONAL BANK
D lot S. spring »t., Nadeau block.
L. N. BREED President
WM. F. BOSBYBHELL ....Vice-President
N. FLINT Cashipr
W. H. HOLI.IDAY Assistsnt Csshlsr
Capital, paid in gold coin #200 not)
Surplus and undivided profits 25,000
Authorized capital 500,000
nt rectors:
1.. N. Breed, H. T. Newoll, Wm. H. Averv
Silas Iloluian, W. 11. lloltiday,F. C. Boaby-hell
M. Hagan, Frank Rader, D. Rernick, Thos. Goss'
Wm. I. Uosbysbell.
NEW FACE 3 ALL ABOUT CHANGING
■ the Features and Heraov- r^^PA
Ing Blemishes, in I;>U p. buck fur a Btanip. W«W
John 11. Woodbui jr, IV W.43d Ht.,N. ¥. Sts.
tnveiltur or Wuodbury's Fucial oaD l^lm^^^^
POLAND Addr "'
FOR ROCK BARTHOLOHEW & CO.,
WA TFf? au w st.
VY/\ ICA TELEPHONE 1101
BAKER IRONWORKS
950 TO 000 BUENA VISTA ST.,
L.OS HNGELBS, - CBLIPGRN i A
Adjoining s. P. Grounds Tel. 124.
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