WINE MEN WILL REJOICE
Ocean Competition Brings the
Freight Rates Down
A SOUTHERN PACIFIC CUT
A Reduced Rate of Thirty Cents is
Reductions Made to Meet the I igures ol the
Panama Line—The Old Kate Was
Se\enty Cents a hundred
Associated Press Special Wire.
SAN FRANCISCO,.Tune ti.—The South
ern Pacific company quickly comprehend
ing tne importance of tiie step taken by
the New Orleans Grocers' Union and the
wine shippers of this city calculated to
dfvert the bulk of the shipments of
'Jalifomiia wines from the regular routes
via the Sunset route to Lie new Panama
line by the way of Colon today officially
announced a reduced rate of 30 cents per
hundred pounds or cents per gallon, to
take effect on June 20th, i.i place of tho
present rate of 70 cents per hundred
pounds, or 7 cents per gallon.
The ordinary time of transit by the Sun
set line to New Orleans is eight days,
while the steamer line via Colon would
absorb about three or four weckn. A
aheap railroad fare, therefore, if it can be
secured pea/manetnly will prove a great
boon for tbe wine industry of this state.
CHICAGO AIND NORTHWESTERN AFFAIRS
Annual Dividend on Common Stock Reduced.
CHICAGO. JuneU.—The directors of the
Chicago and today reduced
the annual dividend on common stock
to 4 per cent, but paid 7, the usual
amount, on tfie prefeired. The action
was not expected, as President lluphitt
had declared chat no dividend would bo
paid unless it was earned, and even with
the payment of a 4 per cent dividend
the road hart an apparent deficit for the
year of $2:5r,809.
The directors elected were Marvin Hug
hilt and X. K. Fairbank of Chicago,
Oliver Ames of Boston, James Stillman
of New York, ami ZcnasCrane of Dalton,
Mass. Cyrus H. MoCormick of Chicago
was elected for cwio year to till the un
expired term of Percy It. Payne, de
The total gross earnings were $28,157,
--925, a decrease of 13,828,257 from the gross
earnings of last year. Of this total de
crease the passenger department contrib
uted $2,190,732, the freight $1,768,112,
while the miscellaneous earnings fell
iff 136. The total charges including
interest and sinking funds the month
being estimated were $25,518,908, leaving
a net income from earnings of $2,639,017,
a decresao of $1,668,526 from last year.
Income from investments was $248,688,
making a total net income of $2,887,705.
Against this 7 per cent was paid on
preferred stock—a total of $1,563,450 leav
ing a balance applicable to common stock
of $1,324,255. On the common stock ■! per
cent amounting to $1,562,925 was paid
leaving an apparent deficit of $237,8311.
'The dividends declared today were li
on preferred and per cent on com
mon. They are payable in New York
July sth. No change was made in the
officers of the company.
VOLUNTEERS OR REGULARS
Another Decision on Pensionable Rights
Cases ot Enlistment During 1864 and 1865 —A
Nice Distinction "lade hy the
WASHINGTON, June C—Another de
cision has been rendered by Assistant
Secretary Reynolds bearing on the ques
tion of the date of the civil war and the
pensionable rights of sohiiers enlisted in
1X64 and 1865. 'The conclusion reached
by Mr. Reynolds is that in all these cases
the question to be ascertained is whether
the enlistment of the soldiers was for
service in the war of the rebellion or for
the regular army. II the former, he is
pensionable, and if the latter, he is not.
Mr. Reynolds cites the various orders
suspending enlistments for the war and
those ordering commencement of enlist
ments for the regular army, lie says:
*'As to these volunteer enlistments in
the regular army alter the cessation of
armed hostilities, it cannot be truthfully |
said that their enlistment was lor the
war of the rebellion."
In reference to the decision of the su
preme court assigning August 20, 1866 as
the end of the civil war. he says:
"The reasons, however, which would
admit of this holding, where the right of
the parties in the cases involved might
be affected by the running of a statute of
limitations cannot be accepted to estab
lish the da.c of the termination of the
war of the rebellion where the questions
invoiveu are whether an enlistment was
in fact for the war of the rebellion and
the service performed thereunder in
furtherance of its suppression."
The secretary therefore holds that the
enlistments nfthe loyal states after April
3, 1865—when recruiting in them ceased—
will not be deemed enlistments in or for
the war of the rebellion.
In other states, territories and the llis
titct of Columbia, June 1. 1865, will be
taken as the final date, as enlistments
tnen ceased in those parts of the country,
and July 1,1865, when the blockade of
the southern ports was raised, will be
taken as the final date of war enlistment
lor the navy.
A Hero of Chickamauga Rewarded
WASHINGTON, June 6.—The war de
partment has presented to Captain Cin
ton A. Cilly of the second Minnesota
volunteers, a medal of honor. The cup
tain is now a resident ot Hickory, N. C.
On September 20, 1863, on the iield of
Chickamanga, Captain Cihy saw a regi
ment, not his own, leaving the line of
battle. He dashed after it, seized the
colors ami rodo back Into the battle, Fol
lowed by the regiment, which afterwards
did effective work.
A Thrifty Justice
FBESNO, June tl. —It transpired at a
meeting of the supervisors today that
Justice of the Peace Ashnrst of Men.lota,
this county.bad charged the county a fe.>
of $0 in each case of vagrancy before him
in April and May. while .-very one of the
tnirty-nine tram [is arrested bad been dis
charged witnout trial. The Justice's bill
of $110 was rejectd.
A Gigantic Land Claim
MADISON. Wis.. June ((.—Attorney Gen
eral Myreu and Secretary of State Ca« on
Irft last night for Washington, wheir
tbey so to lay claim to some 700,000 acres
of land in this statu, granted to tho state
by the swamp land nets of IS.VJ. liy this
act nearly J.OoO.OOl) actes of so-called
GT.':ll" p wi"3 •Tantfld to thp state Bui
these lands were settled largely by immi
grants lo the btulo in pioneer days under
the authority of patents of the federal
To rcimhuise the Mate for its loss con
gress in 18*7 1 usaed an indemnity act pro
viding thai the state should he paid for
lands held by seniors under the federal
patents. Btrt it was not until after the
close of the war that a settlement of the
matter was attempted, and during the
administration ol Husk and Hoard a par
tial settlement was affected, there is
still due tho state nearly 700,080 acres.
NAVY YARDS AND DOCKS
What Coaaaodere Matthews Says o* Those on
WASHINGTON, Juno 6.—Com mode re
Matthews, chief of the bureau of yards
and docks of tho navy department, re
turned to Washington today, having been
aoeent a month inspecting the navy
yards and docks in tho south and west,
j Commodore Matthews went to Mare tat
; and. California, especially to see if the j
docks at that place could be enlarged 30
as to accommodate the heavy war-hips
jof the new navy. This could bo done if
I the appropriations wen* now available.
The money, however, cannot he used
Until July Ist, and probably the work of
enlarging the dock will he commenced
soon ufter that date. Commodore
Matthews thinks there should be a large
' wooden dock built at Mare Islano to ac
j commodate tho United states fleets on
the Pacific. The Commodore visited the
I new I'uget sound Jock and was much
i pleased rtith the manner in which the
I work .was progressing, and expects the
dock to be completed in September.
MILLION DOLLAR WEDDING
Nuptials of James A. Bunion, Jr., and
Miss Florence A. Sloanc
Two of the Richest Families In America
United—The Ceremony Performed
at Lenox, "lass.
LENOX, Mass., June (i.—Two ol the
I richest families in America were united
[ today at noon when, at Trinity church
James Ahercrombio Burdon, jr., and
Miss Florence Adelaide Sloane, grand
j daughter of Mrs. Vanderbilt, were
j married. The most elaborate prepara
tions have been made for the event, in
volving the expenditure of $1,000,000.
About 300 guests were under the care of
Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Sloane.
Mrs. Anson Thelps Stokes entertained
fully eighty guests at her residence.
Shadow Brook. The church was trimmed
! with white and green, the colors of the
Porcelain club, the most exclusive organ
ization at Harvard university, of which
Mr. Burdon is a member. The ushers,
all members of the class of '98 at Har
vard with the groom, were Thomas L,
Perkins, Louis Adams, Ilufus K. Thomas,
George B. Blake, George Richmond Ber
ing, Columbus 0. Baldwin. The brides
maids were Misses Kniily and Lily
Sloane, sisters of the bride, and Miss
Gertrude Vanderbilt and Miss Beatrico
Bond. The maids of honor were Miss
Ruth Twombly and Miss Jessie Sloane.
Frederick Winthrop was the best man.
The bride's dress was made by Worth, of
heavy satin, ivory colored, trimmed with
point lace. The veil was of very rare old
lace, fastened at the crown of the head
with a bunch of orange blossoms. The
services were read by Rev, Dr. William
firovener of Trinity church, and a bless
ing eras give by Rev. Dr. John Hail of
Directly after the ceremony, t.'aps were
in readiness to convey the guests to Kirn
court, the country place of Mr. and
Mrs. Sloane. Here "a bridal breakfast was
served. Among the guests was \V. K.
Vanderbilt, who had not been expected,
but came up,in a private car.
The bridegroom, James Abercrombie
Burden, jr., is a member of the family of
Burdens whose fortune originated in the
great iron works at Leioy, N, V., bear
ing his name. Hois himself a million
aire and has been a prominent figure in
New York society for several seasons.
The reception given at the Sloan coun
try place, which comprises two thousand
acres and is considered to be one of the
most valuable estates in the fashionable
colony of Lenox. For the occasion the
preparations have been upon a scale of
magnificence more than regal, involving,
it is estimated, an expenditure of about
$100,000. The Curtis, one of the largest
hotels in Lenox, was engaged for the ex
clusive use of wedding guests tor three
days. A special train conveyed guests
from New York to Lenox and will re
main there until they are ready to return.
The item of expanse for transportation
of 130 broughams to Lenox for the use
of the guests is estimated at $7:i00. The
bride's trousseau is said to have cost $40,
--| 000, The presents have been mostly in
1 the form of iewels and a conservative esti-
I mate has placed the value of the gifts
I about, 1700.000.
NRW OFFICERS ELECTED
L. A. Tent No. 2 Holds Its Seml-Annual
Los Angeles tent No. Knights of the
Maccabees, held its semi-annual meeting
on Wednesday night and elected the fol
lowing officers: Commander, C. A.
Luckenbach; lieutenant-commander, Wil
liam Brooks; chaplain, W. J. James;
seigeant, John Collins: record keeper. K.
H. Guthrie: finance keeper. John Spiers;
master at arms, A. St. l'ier.-e: first mas
ter guard, John Anderson; second mas
ter guard, C. N. Schieck; sentinel, J. K.
Swan felt; picket. J. Schoenbautn; trus
tee, Sherman south.
No Money or friends
Saiah Coyvant, a very deaf woman, 4o
years of age, was examined on complaint
of Mrs. Sarah Sickens OH the charge of
insanity in department four yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. N ickens said that Mrs.
Coyvant came to her house, pre-empted
on out- of her bedrooms, made herself at
home and slept In the bed without per
mission and against her protest. Sho de
clared in court that she was a citizen of
the world and had no home. Alter being
discharged from the county hospital
some time ago she walked the street*, be
ing unable to procure lodgings. When
being remonstrated with by Mrs. Nic.kens
for staying at her house, she told her
that she wished her "doggone old house"
would burn down* It appeared more of
a case of distress than insanity, and the
woman was ordered sent to the county
A Masher Punished
LONDON, JuneO. — Pa.sengers on the
steamer Paris are talking of a row be
tween Duncan li. Harrison and a big
Britisher named Woodward on the fifth
night out, from New York. Woodward,
It appears, insulted Pauline 1 lull, and
when Harrison remonstrated, Woodward
abused him and the Americans generally.
Thereupon Harrison struck Woodward In
the face. The latter appealed to Captain
Watkins to have the actor put. In irons.
The captain declined.
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1895.
GOOD NEWS FOR EXILES
One of Ecuador's Principal Cities
THE FALL OF GUAYAQUIL
F.tuadorean Revolutionists Rout the
Ignacio Rubles Appointed Civil and "tilitarv
Chiel —The Taking ol Habahovo by
Associate i I ran Special Wire.
PANAMa, .1 une t>. -Guayaquil has
fallen into the hands of the revolution
ists and the rebels have proclaimed Gen ■
oral Ignacio civil and military chief of the
rebels. Such is the nature of the dis
patch just reecievd by Keitadurean exiles
liere, who are jubilant over the success
of the insurgent' cause. With Guayaquil
in the hands of tho insurgent party, the
rest of the republic will soon bo compelled
to submit. Nothing has beon heard as
yet of Tyrant Flores, lie is supposed to
have tied the country.
ISabahoyo was taken by General Bowen
on Saturday when 500 rifles and four
Krupp guns were captured and 260 prison
ers were taken. Yauache has been occu
pied after hard lighting by the rebels.
Ksmeinldns and Ilahia, the latter oi which
is the principal port of the province,
vhac been captured. AH towns on the
coast have declared in favor of Alfaro.
WASHINGTON, June 6.—A cablegram
dated at Guayaquil, reads:
"The insurgents have possession of the
city. Governor-General Floras has re
signed. Ignacio Robles, Liberal, has
been proclaimed militaryand civil general.
Everything is quiet at present. Com
munfeaiton with Quito by telegraph is
The last Stat ment explains why tho
state department has heard nothing of
the progress of the revolution from United
States Minister Fiiman, who should have
arrived at his post at Quito some time
ago. Kcuador has been in a turbulent
state for some time past and much dissat
isfaction was expressed by the people
generally at the conduct of the govern
ment. This was fomented by the trans
fer of the celebrated Chilean cruiser
Esmeralda from Chile to Japan under
cover of the Kcuadorean flag early in the
spring, and since that event there have
been several revolutionary outbreaks
cumulating in this last successful attempt
to overthrow the government, fur it is be
lieved here that if Guayaquil and other
principal coast cities have fallen Into the
hands of the revolutionists, their com
plete success will be only a matter of a
Did Not Know This Is a Republic
James Murchy, a native of Nova Scotia,
was a candidate for citizenship in de
partment four of the superior court yes
terday. His replies to the questions of
the political catechism propounded to him
ny Judge Van Dyke wero highly unsatis
factory. He did'not know even the form
of government of tho Tinted States, and
under such circumstances Judge Van
Dyke told the applicant that he would
have to do some hard studying before he
would allow him to swear that he would
support the constitution of this nation.
To keep your digestive organs in order get a
bottle of the genuine Angostura Hitlers, man
ufactured by nr. J. U. 13. Blegert & Sons.
Kregelo ,fc Bresee, funeral directors.
Broadway and Sixth street. Tel. 243.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Meti.il Midwinter Fair. San Francisco-
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to Society, X idnoy Troubles or any disease of
the QenltO f 'rinafy Organs can here find a safe
and speedy cure. Charges reasonable, espe
cially to the poor. CURES OUABAIN TEED.
There are many troubled with too frequent
evacuations of tlie bladder, often accompanied
by a slighL smarting or burning sensation and
weakening of the system in a manner the pa
tient cannot account for. on examining the
urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often lie
found, and sometimes particles of albumen
Will appear, or the color be of a thin, mllklsh
hue, again changing to a dark turbid appear
ance. These cases are frequently accompanied
D* loss of sexual power or impotency, but can
all be cured by proper treatment.
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they guarantee a cure.
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THE AFRICA OF TODAY
An Interesting Lecture With rlany Photo
0. B, Van Guyaling of the United
States survey department., gave a very
entertaining lecture last night at Simp
son tabcrnaclo upon Africa of Today,
which was illustrated with a large
number of photographic views which
were thrown upon v colossal screen
placed in front of the organ. A part of
Alsop's mandolin and guitu orehojtr
furnished musical selections before the
The lecturer confined himself to South
Africa, giving the history of the colonies
and states situated there "South
Africa," said the speaker "is an attrac
tive region and very progressive.'' He
reviewed the advantages, climatic and
otherwise of the country, its productions
" hen came the views which bote out
his assertions. The lecturer took his au
dience by steamer to Liverpool, passing
the battery and the statue of liberty,
showed them life on the vessel, sailor
sports and a storm at sea and re-em -
barked them at the lirttish port in one of
the big mail steamers that ply to Table
Hay. i The gorgeous cabins and dining
rooms were thrown on the screen. Then
came Tenerife and the island of St.
Helena, Longwood and Napoleon's tomb.
Finally Ibe audience was landed a
Cape Town of which many superb views
were given and after seeing all that was
worth seeing tho train took the traveler
t> Kimberly and the diamond mines
where everything worth seeing was
shown. Then on to the Transvaal and
the gold mines, Johannesburg and quartz
mills. Many interesting scenes of native
life were also given, making tho lecture
and its accompanying views most in
structive and attractive.
Tonight the lecture will bo repoatcd.
United States Prisoner Pardoned
Arthur Wellbank ol tills city was par
doned out of the tinted states department
of the county jail yesterday by President
Grover Cleveland, and he is now down
town breathing tho unusual air ot free
dom from restraint, lie was sentenced
by Judge Jtoss to two years' imprison
ment for forging a United States money
order and he had served sixteen months
of his term before released. Ho was a
New York boy and friends interceded in
The Chinese flurder Trial
The trial of Wong Chuey for the mur
der of Luy Buey, on Alameda street, took
up all day again yesterday, in depart
ment one of the superior OOtltt. Daring
the afternoon several Chinese witnesses
were examined for the prosecution, who
all testitied to the killing. The cross
examination of all witnesses was exceed
ingly severe and very tedious, So far the
people have made out a very strong case.
Men's medium weight Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers, made
with French collarettes and fashioned cut, in ecru shade, worth 50c
per garment; will be ottered for 55c each.
Men's fine Egyptian Cotton Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers, in
a new shade of silver gray, nicely finished and well made, will be
offered for the special price of 50c per garment.
Men's fine Egyptian Cotton Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers,
made with French collarettes, silk binding and patent, adjustable waist
bands; will be offered for 50c per garment.
Men's tine French Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers, self-finished,
nicely bound and well made, good value for 75c per garment; will
be offered for 65c per garment.
Men's medium weight flesh colored silk finish Balbriggan Undershirts
and Drawers, made with French collarettes, silk bindings, silk tapes,
double-spliced seats; will be offered for 75c per garment.
Men's light-weight undyed sanitary gray wool Undershirts and Draw
ers, all silk bound, nicely finished and thoroughly shrunk, will be.
ottered for 75c per garment.
Men's light weight fancy colored Cashmere Undershirts and Drawers,
finished with extra fine silk binding and facings, worth $1.25 per
garment; will be offered for $1.00 per garment.
Men's navy blue cotton Bathing Suits, with knee length trunks,
reduced from SI. 00; will be closed out at 85c per suit.
Men's fast black Merino Bathing Suits, medium length trunks, re
duced from 51.25, will be closed but at $1.00 per suit.
Men's fast black all wool Bathing Suits, heavy weight, medium
length trunks, worth $2.25, will be closed out at $1.75 per suit.
Men's tine all wool worsted Bathing Suits, medium weight, in fast
black and navy blue, with knee length trunks, reduced from $j.OO
per suit, will be closed out at $2.50 per suit.
DEATH FROM THE SKIES
A Cloudburst in Germany That
Cost Many Lives
DWELLINGS SWEPT AWAY
Rivers Overflowed Their Banks and
The Wurtemburg Portion ol the Black Porest
Suffered Most Severely-A Number
of People .Missing
Associated Press Special Wire
BTUTTGART. June.—There was a
tremendous cloudburst yesterday even
! ing over the Wurtemburg portion of the
I Black Forest district, causing destruc
j tlon of property. The river Kyach over
; Mowed, and many houses at Balingen,
i Krommer. Dirrenengcn and Lanfen were
i swept away. Ten persons wero drowned
jat Balingen. Seven were killcu at Krom
| mer and nine arc missing. 'Ten were
killed at Lanfen.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF CYCLERS
New System of Street Sprinkling Inaugu
.John Hrain, superintendent of street
sprinkling, lias begun the Inauguration
ni a now departure Which may or may
not bo appreciated. The object of the re
form is in the interest of cycling. All of
the thoroughfares leading into the city
will hereafer be sprinkled so that a ."-foot
strip in the center of the various streels
will not be wetted. Grand avenue was
not spiinkled yesterday. The other streets
to be similarly treated will be l'eail,
Hope, Flower, Hill, Main, Broadway and
Buena Yisla. If the new system is a
success all the streets in the city will m a
short time be similarly sprinkled.
Ran Into a Header
The Southern Pacific, Monrovia train
which left here on Wednesday at 6US
collided with a header at Shorh's station,
wrecking that machine but injuring
neither person nor tho horses. The bead
ermcn claim that they flagged the loco
motive, but the trainmen deny having
seen and signals.
Makes hard water soft
l(V«y / / —Peariine. Every woman knows juat
AaJ / J what that means to her. W ashing in hard
/ / w\Vy\ / I water is so difficult, and the results so-poor I
I 'i\ v \V. (/ Peariine reduces the labor, whether you
c \ ose soft water or hard. But use- Pearl
h X \ 'ne. ai d it's just as easy to wash
m^L^('^-^ with hard water as with soft water
\ —and the results are just as good
fl\ \ \ Peariine saves more things
than your labor, r though. We'll tell you of these savings
from time to time. Keep your eye on Peariine "ads."
J Peddlers and some. unscnipaloaS grocers will tell you " this is as good a:-
OeHQ or "the same as Peariine " IT'S FALSE—Peariine is never peddled,
t -~ , and if your frrocer sends, you something in place of Peariine, he
\" 13aCK honest—W it back. ' «4 JAMES PYLE, New Yor*.
itjs BETTER THAN EVER
THE GREATEST NERVINE AND TONIC KNOWN
A SPLENDID APPETIZER A REST PRODUCER
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IT IS NATURE'S BUILDER AND TONIC
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
FARMERS & HERCHANTS BANK
OF LOS HNCELES, CRL
CAPITAL (PAID Cp) a 900,000
SURPLUS AND RESERVE 820 000
OFFICERS; I DIRECTORS:
I W. HILLMAN President W. H. Perry, C K. Thorn, A. llsHtW.
11. \v. HKLI.MAN Vice-President I O. W Childs, C. Ducominun,
11. J. FLEISHMAN Cashier T. L. Deque, J. 8. Lankorshim,
<j. HELM ANN Assistant Cashier I H. W. Hellman, I W Hellman.
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange—Special Collection Department
STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
OF LOS ANGELES
CHPITHL, PHID \JT=> ItM GOLD COIN. $500,000*
A general hpnklng business transacted. Interest paid on time deposits. We act aa
trustees, guardians, administrators, etc. Safe deposit boxes for rent.
DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS:
H. .I. WOOLLACOTT, President. J. F. TO WELL, First Vice-President. WARREN (111,
LELEN, Second Vice-Pr-sident. ,INO. W, A. OFF, cashier. M. B. LEWIS. Ass't Ca«hi«t
GEO. It. BONEBRAKE, B. F PORTER. F. 0, HOWES R. 11. HOWELL P M (iREEN
W. '•. GARDINER. H. F. HALL. ' ~* •
MAIN STREKT RAVINGS BANK AND
TRUST COMPANY, Junction of Main,
Spring and Temple streets (Temple Block).
Capital Stock $Uol>,OoO
Surplus and Profits 11,000
Five per cent paid on term deposits.
Money loaned on real estate only.
T I- DTJQUE. President.
J. B LANKERSHIM, Vice-President
J. V. WACHTEL, Cashier.
H W. Hellman, J. B. Lankershim,
I N. Van Nuys, O. T. John on,
Kaspare Colin, H. W. O'Mdveny,
W. G. Kerckhoff. T. U Duque,
Daniel Meyer, S. F.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK
ioi s. Spring fit,, Nadeau block.
W. L. GRAVES President
WILLIAM F. BOSBYSHELL Vice-President
C N. FLINT Cashier
W. H. HOLLIDAY Assistant Cashier
Capital, paid In gold coin $200,000
Surplus and undivided profits 25,000
Authorised capital , 900,000
J. N. Breed, H, T. Newell. William H. Avery,
Silas Hoi man, w. h. Holltday, F C Bosby-
Bhell, M. Kagan, Frank Under, D. Remice*
Thomas Qotf, E. P. Hoabyshell.
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITES STATES DEPOSITORY.
GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE President
WARREN GILLELEN Vice-President
F. C. HOWES cashier
E. W. COE Assistant Cashier
George 11. Bonehrake, Warren GiHelen, P. M.
Gteeu, Charles A. Marrincr, W. C. Brown, A.
W. Francisco, K. P. Johnson. M. T. Allen, F. 0*
This bank has no deposits of either the
county or eitv treasurer, and therefore no pre*
OXCURItY SAVINGS BANK A TRUST CO,
148 S. Main st., near Second.
Capital stock $200,000
Five per rent interest paid on deposits.
Money loaned on rtal estate only.
Directors—J. F. Sartori, Pres.; Maurice S.
Hellman, V.-P.; W. L>. Longvenr, cashier;
Herman w. Hellman, H. J. PUdsohman, M. L.
Fleming, J. A. Graves, C. A. Shaw. J. H. Shauk-
Und. K. <>. .Johiifcun. ——
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored
CfLEE&iTED ENGLISU HfiMEHY/
It isisold on a positive Jy «
trationor any disorder
Before, by excessive use of After*
Tobacco, Alcobnl or Opium, or on account
of youthful indiscretion or over indulgence etc..
Dizziness, Convulsions, Wakefulncnf. Headache
Mental Depieislon. Softening of the Brain, Weal
Memory, Hearing Down Pains, Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria, Nocturnal Emissions, Spermatorrhea,
Loss (>f Power and Impotency, which if neglected,
may lend to premature old age and insanity.
Positively guuranteed. Price. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes
forjto.OO. Sent by mail on receipt of price. A writtei
guarantee furnished with every $5.00 order received,
to refund the money if s, permanent cure is be
T , W!OrpjWT! f«"« ■
For sale by GEO. H. FREEMAN CO., 101! Nort
A Cure That Cures
I have (Mired thousands and can
rlyuLi euro thousands more who suffer aa
you do, of Emis-ions, lmpotouoy, Nervous De*
bilitv, Varicocele and Shrunken Parts, caused
by self-abuse, by v simple remedy which curfd
me, recipe lor which I vvlllseud, sealed, FREE,
to ally sufferer. Address, With stamp, DAVID
R EMMET, box S7O, Eaglewooo, ill.
OF LOS A.NGELEa
£-?"*' "00* 11400,000
t MI Profits over SSO.OOJ
j. v, r.Li.iuT 1, President
n.u. KERCKHOFF, V. F,e»'(
tIt.A.VK a. uißso.v, Cashier
U. B SHAFFER, Asst cashier
i> I Rectors;
J, M. Ellllott, j. p. Bicknell,
V. Q, story. H. Jevne,
J. 1), llookor, W. C. Patterson,
H m. n. Kerckhoff.
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
orncens and DtRECToaa:
i-. W. Stimsoii Win. Ferguson W. E. McVay
Prod Yi.p t'rest. Caslufr
C. G. Harrison S. H. Molt ft. M. Baker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON DEPQ3ITS_
SAVINGS BANK OK SOUTHERN CALIFOH
nia, I;VJ N Spring st., Lo, Angeles.
Capital Stork, $.00,000.
j H P.HAI.Y President
simon ma IE It V!ee-Pre»lde»|
W D WOOIAVINK Cashier
A II HIIALY Secretary
H .icvne, W C Patterson, X A Otbaou, J *
Elliott, C II Hasson, C W Gales.
LOSI OS ANGELES HAVINGS HANK,
j 23U N. Main St.
Capital Stock $100,000
J. E. Plater, Pres. 11. W Hellman, V-Prei,
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Directors—l. w. Hellman, J- E. Plater, 11.
W. Hollman, I W. Hellman, Jr., w. M. i n m 011.
Interest paid on <leposiis. Money to loan oa
flrat-class real hsl.i.
Notice for Publication
lANDI AND OFFICE AT I.OS ANGELE-, CAL.
j May 3, 1 w.t'i.
Notice is hereby given thr.t tho following!*
named settler has filed notice ot his intention,
to make iimil *>ruol In aupporl oi his claim,
and that said proof will be made before reiit*
tor and receiver at Los Angeles, cat., on June
10th, 1895, via: William M. Hallev, home No
7017. lor the SIV, of >.'W'/„ N'i of SW'i an«
N\\' ,ot SE» 4 of section towtiship U north
iuiiko 10 west. S. B. &I.
He names the following witnesses to pro.,
his continuous residence upon and cultivattoi
ol said laud, vizi Charles Elton, ol Los An
geles, Cai.; tieorKe Behberg, of Newball, Cal.;
Btefano Cunlo. of Newhall. Cal.; Frank Smith,
of Newhall, Cal.
T. J. BOLTON, Register.
C. F. HEINZEHAN,
Druggist and Chemis.
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles.
Prescriptions carefully compounded day a
liao TO UOO UI'ENA VISTA H'f.,
LOS RNOBLBS, - CKLII=0Kt-il»|
Adjoining s. 1". lizouada, Itl IM,
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