Document 21847

LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1894.
IN
SOUTCAHLIEFRONRNIA
located in his
neighborhood, and he thinks of going in
for fattening sheep on the beet pulp.
Mr. E. Stanton, of the Baginaw Lumber company of Williams, A. T., who
teenred the contract to furnish 100,000
orange boxes for tbe orcbardists of the
county, was in town on Tuesday, and
went out to Brooksburst to be tbe guest
He went to Riverside
of Mr. Cargill.
yesterday.
Tbe supervisors have determined to
expend $1000 in graveling tbe county
road between Anaheim and Santa Ana,
an advertisement elsewhere informing
us of this important fact. A long suffering traveling public willrise up and
refinery will probably be
call them blessed.
SANTA ANA.
Conrt Notes?Tho Fizzle of the Grand
Jury?Anaheim Notes.
19.?Your correspondstrolled into tbe Acme iron
workß and found all the hands at work
like beavers.
Tbe shop can boast of
something that few shops can: they
have manufactured a dynamo from
Santa Ana, Jan.
ent today
.
which tbey light their whole machine
shop and run an electrio motor in a
bicycle repair Bbop two blocks away,
making one ol tbe finest pieces of workmanship ever gotten up in the city.
A number of crack shots, together
with the medicine company who are
giving free Bbows in, our city, are out in
a four-horse 'bus to shoot duck and such
other birds aa cannot get out of their
way.
Marco Forster of San Juan by the Sea
is in our city today and reports everything in his part of the county in a
flourishing
condition.
Louis Waldon's little boy is quite
sick with typhoid fever.
The little girl of A. Goodwins, who
was reported Bick with the scarlet fever,
is out today and getting along nicely.
It was a very mild form.
F. H. Corlla oi Oorlis Brothers livery
stable haa gone over to Anaheim to
make preparations to put in 50 acres of
sugar beets. G. T. Corlis says he can
run the livery and feed stable alone for a
while, and says he will get there just
the same.
The funeral tbis morning of Homer
Edwards was very largely attended|anda
great many followed the remains to tbe
cemetery. It ia doubly sad to see a
young man cut down in the prime of
life, when the gfnture looks so bright
and hopeful before bim.
Leonard Parker was granted a divorce
today from Eva A. Parker.
City Marshal Nichols, who has beentrying to get some clue tdN the thieves
who robbed Mrs. Lyons' residence the
other day, has run across a sausage
sandwich that iB likely to lead to the
discovery of tbe burglars.
Tbe supervisors have advertised for
bids for hauling gravel from the Santiago creek to gravel tbe road west of
the Fifth street bridge; also for graveling the road lying north of the Orangs
bridge towards Anaheim. Bids to state
price per cubic yard for the delivery of
the gravel on the roads at different
points.
For further information see
J. W. Hawkins, S. Armor or L. Schorn.
SITHKIOR COUST.
Estate and guardianship of Paddock
minors; account allowed.
Estate of Truman, deceased; petition
for probate of will taken nnder advisement.
Estate of Parker, deceased; final account allowed and petition for distribution continued to February 2d.
Estate of Whitson, deceased; petition
of D. L>. Whitson for letters taken under
advisement.
EBtate and guardianship of Miguel
Erreca; Bale of personal property ordered, family allowance of $30 per month
and $15 perl month for the support of
Erreca while in tbe insane asylum.
Coppeot et al. vs. Smith et al.; demurrer continued to January 26th.
Orange County Savings bank vs. B. F.
Pritchard et al.; demurrer overruled for
want of presentation.
Yoch vs. Home Mutual Insurance
company; demurrer to complaint taken
under advisement.
Yaugn vs. Knowlton et al.; demurrer
to defendant McCheeney continued to
January 26tb.
Halverson vs. Nugent etal.; demurrer
of defendants Lacy and Schneider sustained, witb leave to amend in 20 days.
Parker vs. Parker; decree ordered as
prayed for.
In the matter of Preble vs. Orange
county for services as constable, tbe suit
came off today :u Judge Freeman's
court, J. W. Landel acting. Preble got
judgment for tbe amount claimed and
costs, less $1.50 tbat the board cut him
down when tbe bill was presented. Tbis
trial cost tbe people nearly $50, and the
taxpayers bave it to pay.
Mr. J. A. Gaywood and family, recently from' Colorado, bave located on
the corner of Olive and Third streets of
tbis city.
C. R. Candle, who' jb Buffered from a
severe attack of' pneumonia, is sufficently recovered to be able to be around
again.
Elmer Atwood has made several extensive improvements on his place in
tbe western part of the city.
Tbe county clerk issued tbe following
marriage licenses today:
John Rudolph, aged 28, of Los Angeleß, and
Ida Eummelen, aged 22, et Santa Ana;
Charles B. Branch, aged
and Fannie
M. Gilmor, aged 20, both of San Jacinto.
ANAHEIM.
The Gazette of yesterday says:
Mr. R. A. Oilman haa located temporarily at Upper Lake, Lake county, in
ibe northern portion of tbe elate, and
ie not expected home before next sum-
mer.
Miss Bertha Campbell of lowa and
Miss Hattie Baker visited with friends
in Orangethorpe during the week, the
guests of Misses Lulu and Edith Loveing.
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A mulatto known by the name of
Charley, who has been hanging about
the town for some weeks past, and wbo
has been under the surveillance of the
police as belonging to the light-fingered
gentry, was seen abont Joseph Backs'
furniture store a few evenings ago,
shortly after which a large rockingchair that had been left on the sidewalk
for dieplay waa missed. Deputy Marshal Bentz was notified, and went down
to the houee on Center Btreet, below
Clementina, where the fellow lived, but
on making known his mission the head
of the house refused him admittance.
He returned for a search warrant, and
on going to the house again had no
trouble in finding tbe chair, which was
returned to its owner. The mulatto escaped, having left town (be evening before the officers were notified of tbe
theft. He is suspected of being implicated in the barber shop burglary, and
officers are alter him.
The grand jury, which ended its existence in such a blaze of red fire, and
scattered consternation in the breasts of
evil-doers throughout the connty, seems
not to have been such a bad body of
men after all, as the following would
seem to show.
Fred Goldthwaite, indicted for burglary; acquitted.
and the water came down with great
large numforce tearing np a
ber of youn< orange
trees
and
burying others in the mod and sand. A
field of grain which waa just coming np
was almost totally destroyed, part of it
being washed np and the rest buried.
The tracks of the Terminal were washed
out for a considerable distance, although
it is almost a mile away from the reservoir, showing the force of tbe water
even at that distance. The break occurred in the sooth side of the reservoir
and was about 15 feet wide, extending
to the entire depth of the reservoir.
The whole piece must have fallen out
at once causing a frightful rush of water.
The reservoir is a new one, being
bnilt only last summer for tbe purpose
of furnishing irrigating water for the
many young orange orchards in the vicinity, and it is a myßtery what caused
it to give away.
The recent rains, however, must have
injured the earth embankment, wbich
was perhaps not properly made in the
firat place, which, combined with the
large amonnt of water, caused the accident.
Tbe ranches of Messrs. McNally and
Randall were the largest sufferers, both
losing a large number of orange tress.
TWENTY-EIGHT SHOW TIP.
Only 28 men who are willing to work
six hours a day In return for food and
shelter have ao far shown up at the
headquarters opened by the city for the
This is
benefit of the nnemployed.
quite a difference from the 100 odd
tramps wbicb made headquarters at the
Gospel Union when tbat hospitable institution waa furnishing free accommoda
Koala
The scheme so far is working admirably, and the city is being rapidly freed
from tbe crowd of tramps and hobos
which have been infesting it.
Only a few days ago a gang of 75 arrived here, having heard that a free
soup house had been opened. When
informed by tha marshal that there
were six hours' work a day attached to
the soup a general howl went around
and the procession struck out for greener
pastures.
A policeman is on duty both day and
Plez James, indicted for embezzle- night at the headquarters, who keeps a
strict register of all applicants and see
ment; acquitted.
J. G. Marks, indicted on a similar that they are put to work at something.
Most of tbem seem to be honest worksays
acquitted.
he willbe
charge;
Judge Freeman, indicted for horn- ingmen out of employment, only one
swoggling the county treasury; says be being found begging later and he is in
will be alive and well when many of the tbe lockup awaiting trial for vagrancy.
Two meals a day are served, ene of the
grand jurors are dead.
And so on probably to tbe end of the men acting as cook.
The establishment is being managed
chapter.
Tbe grand jury cost nearly
$1000, and many taxpayers are asking very economically, and the plan promthemselves whether the game waa worth ises to be a success.
the candle.
ANNUAL V, M. C. A. LYCEUM MEETING.
The firat annual meeting of the Y. M.
PASADENA.
0. A. Lyceum league waa held at the
The Tokom Incident ?A Reservoir
rooma of the association last evening.
Bnrst.
Officers for the ensuing year were
Pasadena, Jan. 19.?The finding of elected as follows:
Prof. A. 8. Hamilton, president; J.
Captain Yocum on South Raymond avenue last evening with a deep gash in his D. Habbick, vice-president; John M.
recording secretary; A. M. Strong,
throat, which came near terminating York,
treasurer; George Taylor, corresponding
his life, has been the chief topic of dis- secretary. Executive committee?J. G.
cussion on the streets today.
Rossiter, W. N. Campbell, William F.
The fullaccount of the matter which Pascoe.
Membership committee ?R.
appeared in this morning's Herald was Collingwood, jr., J. H. Caldwell, Wm.
read with much interest, and various A. Ward. Entertainment committee?
H. Turner, Walter L. Froat, Joaeph
theoriea advanced as to how the wound L.
Grinnell.
waa made.
Reports were received from the variThe moßt probable one advanced, ous officers and committees showing
however, is that tbe cut was tbe result the league to be in an excellent condiof an accident, and it ia understood
tion.
tbat the captain admits that this must
FOOTBALL AT ALHAHBBA.
instrument,
a
have been tbe case. The
A lively game of football will be
belonged
to the
sharp budding knife,
wounded man, and be wae in the habit played on the Alhambra grounds tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 between tbe Paaof walking picking his teeth with it.
ItiB now thought tbat in attempting adena high school team and the Alhamto get upon the sidewalk from the street bra club.
while holding tbe knife in hie hand, he
A number will go from this city to see
stumbled and fell, running the sharp the game, which promises to be a good
aB tbe teams
one,
blade into hia neck.
are very evenly
The location and nature of the wound matched. Much interest iB being taken
all point to thia theory. The position in tbe game among the boys here, both
on the right side of tbe neck would have in the high school and Throop Polytechmads it extremely difficult for him to nic, and some good games are promised
on the home grounds soon. The team
have done it himself.
Tbe story first told, when in a half iB composed of the following playbeing
condition,
dazed
about
held up ers : Lee, c.; Randall, r.g.; Groesbeck,
by three men is not now believed by the r.t.; Ned. Mey re, r.e.; Bandle, 1.g.;
Walbridge, I.i ; Strong, 1.c.; Hart, h.b.;
wonnded man himself.
Late last evening he was removed to Freeman, h.b.; Buchanan, f '?. ; substibis home on North Lincoln avenne, and tutes, Yore and Hadley.
has been resting fairly well ever since,
NOTES.
in charge of Dr. Rosenburger.
meeting of the midwinter fair comA
Today he waa extremely weak from
loss of blood and bad some fever, but if mittee was held this morning and a
plan of action marked out.
there is no unfavorable turn hia recovTbe funeral of John Jacobs, wbo died
ery willbe but a matter of time.
at South Pasadena last night, will take
A RESERVOIR. BREAKS.
place Sunday at 2 p.m. at Reynolds &
Last night one of che large reservora Van Nuys'
parlors. All members of
belonging to the Pasadena Improve- Kearny Camp, S. of V., are requested
ment company, located in Altadena, to be preaent.
about a mile north of the Terminal
A surprise party waa given Mr. and
track broke, tbe water rushing down in Mrs. Frank Sparrow, at their home on
a perfect torrent cutting a ditch 200 feet Lincoln avenue, last evening, by a numwide and over a mile long in its course ber of friends.
and doing considerable damage. Tbe
Reserved seats for the performance of
reservoir was one of the largest on the Fanny Rice in tbe new Jolly Surprise,
held
an
immense amount at tbe opera house next Wednesday
highlands and
of water. Fortunately there were no evening, willbe on sale at the Pasadena
bouses directly in the path of the flood musio store, Saturday morning at 10
and no buildinga were injured. The o'clock. Miss Rice will be greeted by a
loss to fruit trees, grain, etc, is con- crowded house.
Mr. O. H. Hanley is down from the
siderable and willamount in the aggregate to a large sum.
Where the resermountains for a few days. He iB at tbe
very
steep
grade
voir is located the
ia
bead of a company which is putting in
a water system back of Old Baldy for
the purpose of furnishing water to some
17,000 acres in Antelope valley, and has
been directing the work for some
months. Tbe snow, which is between
3 and 4 feet deep, interfered some with
the work.
Unlike the Dutch Process
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Other Chemicals
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preparation
of
Baler & Go.'s
Breakfast Cocoa,
which is absolutely pure
and soluble.
It has more than, three times the strength
of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is far more economical,
costing less than one cent a cup. It
is delicious, nourishing, and basil*
F. A. Jones, traveling freight agent of
the Southern California railway, waa in
town Tuesday on business connected
with his road.
Recorder Bowers, Deputy Clerk Beckett and Harry Jessen were among the
Santa Ana delegation of Odd Fellows in
attendance at the public installation of DIGESTED.
officers Tuesday evening.
Sold by Crocera everywhere.
Mr. W. O. Pottei wis in from his
Central
ranch at
ia on Monday and made
? pleasant call at this office. The sag&r
W. Baker & Go., Dorchester, Mass.
POMONA.
or
Winery.
19.?The sale ol the
Rose estate property at auction in front
Tha Sale of the Itose Property?Knd
the
Pomona, Jan.
of the postofnce, at 2 o'clock this afternoon, failed again. It will now be
sold at private sale.
Some Lob Angelenos, Messrs. Stimpson and Dan Freeman, midwinter fair
commissioners, were in our town today,
and it was reported tbat the board of
trade would meet some time tbis afternoon in reference to Pomona's exhibit
at San Francisco.
There was a very heavy fall of hail
yesterday in tbe foothill region north of
Pomona; it was small and did no injury
?melting away soon after it bad covered the ground.
Pomona stands a chance of getting up
some more squabbling over the liquor
question, it seems, as two or three complaints bave been made against one of
the saloons, and will,of course, bave to
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be :not.
Bind concert next Thursday evening,
aad the dance.
Another Demorest medal contest aoon
?thie time at the Methodist church.
Pomona Progress: A carload shipment of dismantled
casks from the
Pomona winery, in a few days willcomplete for a time the work of demolition
of tbe winery on Ellen street in this
It means that tbe institution
place.
for wine-making in Pomona is a thing
The property came into
of tbe past.
the possession of J. A. Packard of the
Evergreen ranch, at Lordtburg, and the
Pomona wine company, aa was said, long
ago, watdiseolved. During the last tour
months Mr. Packard bas been selling
off the available assets about the winery
property. The barrels, casks, cooper
sbope, brandy house, engines, boilers
and pumps have been removed and
sold, and now immense casks that cost
$12,000 in 1888 have been sold for onethird tbat sum. There are still several
casks, tubs and puncheons in the
building, but tbe great brick atructure
is pretty well cleared out. The wine
industry in California bas been a failure
for seven years. Hundreds of thousands
of dollars have been lost in tbe remarkable falling off of prices in every form of
wine and brandy in this atate, and, notwithstanding tbe cheerful predictione
each year tbat the demand for California
wine at good pricea would again become
extenaive, tbe price of all vinoua products bas gone steadily down. In the
famous wine districts of France and
Germany the same atate of affaira obtains.
The big brick building on the corner
of Libbie and Ellen streets is to be converted into an olive and lemon curing
establishment, and for tbis purpose a
better-arranged and more carefully-built
structure could hardly be erected. The
walls, roof and floors are admirably
adapted to oold storage purposes. Tbe
large and growing acreage of lemons in
Pomona valley makes auch an institution here a necessity. Mr. Packard
himself willbave use for a cold storage
and packing house for hia own lemon
crop from his very large acreage in a
few years more.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lon
Snedaker died last evening of pneumonia. The funeral takes place tomorrow at 2p. m. from the residence on
Phillips boulevard, eaat of Geary ave-
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Food
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Rivera, Jan. 19.?The late cold anap
did no damage here, Bave to some of the
Tbe oranges are
young nnrsery stock.
uninjured and we will soon begin ship-
ping.
A nurseryman from Duarte brought
dpwn a pretty fine specimen of a 2-yearold walnnt tree the other day, measuring 10 feet in height, and set it up
alongside the drug store aa an object
lesson to tbe walnut growers of tbis
vicinity. Next day Mr. Dunton of Rivera brought one measuring 14 feet and
placed it alongside the Duarte man's
Mr. Fuller, who owns the
epecimen.
old Gate place, noticing the exhibition,
sent one of his young trees out, measuring 19 feet 1 Thia ia a gennine growth?
2 years old next April?and remains on
exhibition for all wbo wish to inspect
it. The Duarte man should remove his
tree, as it Buffers very much by comparison. The foothills are net in it when
it comes to walnuts or walnut stock.
The health of thia community ia very
good.
Rev. G. W. Maxson ia laid up from
the effects of a bad cut on the anklejoint by an ax.
Tbe little 4 year-old son of Mr. William Lively, near Santa Fe Springs, was
brought in ior surgical treatment several
days ago with a bad cut over the eye,
resulting from undue familiarity with a
recalcitrant colt. But he is running
about aa lively as ever.
Court Rivera 881, I. O. F., installed
the following as officers for the ensuing
year: C. R., J. L. Russell; V. C. R.,
F. W. Ford; secretary, Matt Moss; F.
8., L. 8. Purdy; treasurer, W. W.Wood;
chaplain, Joel Standlee; S. W., John
Sigrist; J. W., 8. Parsona; S. 8., Wm.
M. Ralston; J. 8., W. D. Spencer; C.
D., F. W. Guthrie; O. Phye., Wm. D.
Groton.
Rivera is becoming quite a lively town
?two revivals and a nightly dancing
school in full blast. The revival services
are being conducted by Rev. H. M. Bell
in the Baptist church, and by the Holiness people in the Bryant building.
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pay strict attention to their
diet. Children are all fond of
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FOR
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113,522 93
195,497 24
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27,954 20
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Circulation
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W. L. GRAVES,
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$643,403 «?
$643,403 SO
The National Bank o! California is cne oi tbe few banks that saccesifuily stood tfcosneck
of the lste panic, and maintained full coin payments right through.
The National Bank of Callforpla pays no interest on deposits in any form, offers ao tpesial
inducements for business other than reliability when the customers exercise their rtajhttod*
mand their money.
ln the matter of loans it looks more to reliability than high rates of Interest, and desires aa
loans except from good and reliable parties, and then exacts good security, bellaTlttt that \u25a0?
bank Is better or more reliable than Its loans.
Consult your physician up* J}»>
on its healthfuluess.
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Bend three cents in stnmpstoN.K. Lw
flgaw
Falrbank A Co., OMcoco, for hand- I?
Cottolene Cook Book, contain- Ijl;^
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i!ig Bix hundred recipes, prepared by Jlf^
gjjrtj nine cmtnentaothorities ou cooking,
Cottoleno is sold by al 1 grocers.
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LIABILITIES.
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GEORGE IRVINE,
HADLHY.
O.T.JOHNSON.
E. F. C. KLOKKE,
T. E. NHWI.IN,
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X. N. MCDONALD.
JOHN M ,C^d^*Mj*
QTATE LOAN AND TRUST CO.
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N. W. Corner Second and Spring; Sts., Los Angeles, Cal.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $700,000.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, $1,000,000.
Interest at Five Per Cent Paid on Tim* Deposits.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
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ORIGINAL
Geo. H. Bonebrake,
P. M. Green,
H. J Woollacott,
MEDICAL&SURGICAL
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The leading SPECIALISTS in the West, and
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750.000
91,280,000
officers 1
President
Vice-President
Caahier
Assistant Cashier
directors:
W. H. Perry, Ozro W. Childs, J. B. Lancershim, C. B. Thorn, C. Ducommnn, H. W. Hellman, T. L. Dnqne, A. Glassell, I. W. Hellataa.
Exchange for sale on all the principal,!pities
of the United States, Europe, China and Japan.
$600,000
57,500
557,500
Capital
Surplus
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JOHN B. PLATER
ROBT. S. BAKBR
GEO* H. STEWART
directors
President
Vlee-Pre*ld»nt
..Cashier
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Jotham Bixby, Chas. Framan, L. T, Oarniey,
Lewellyn Blxey, B. S, Baker, John E. Plater,
Geo. H. Stewart,
NATIONALBANK
101 S. Spring St., Nadeau block.
Pret'dept
L. N. BRBED
WM. E. BOSBYSHSLL
Vice-President
C. N. FLINT
Cashier
W. H. HuLLIDAY
Assistant Cashier
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$200,000
25,000
600,000
Capital paid ln gold coin
Surplus and undivided profits
Authorized capital
directors.
T. Newell. Wm. H. Avery,
H. Holllday, B. c. oosbyFrank Hader, D. Renting,
7-1 tf
F. Bosbyshall.
BANK OF LOS ANGBLEi,
HEUNIVBR3ITY
Broadway.
corner
ol
and
southeast
First
Capital stock, fully paid
$100,000
75,000
Surplus
WtDNEY,
R. M.
President.
D. O. MILTIMORE, Vlce-Pres't.
GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier,
DIRECTORS:
R. M. Wldney,
D. 0. Mlltlmore,
W. Little,
8. McKinlay,
aJohn
McArthur,
J. H. Norton,
L. J. P. Morrill.
General banking business and loans on firstclass real estate ro'.icited. Buy and sell firstclass stocks, bonds and warrants. Parties wishing to invest in first-class securities, on either
long or short time, can be accommodate!.
NATIONAL BANK OF LOS ANGELEB
jpiRST
$400,000
CAPITALSTOCK
200,000
SURPLUS
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. li. KERCHHOFF, V.-Pres.
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier.
G. B. SUAFPBR, Ass't Cashier.
J. M. Elliott,
J. D. Bloknell,
H. Jevne,
B. H. Mott,
W. 0. Patterson,
J. D. Hooker,
Wm. G. Kerckhon*
AVING3 BANK OF SOUTHERN
NIA, S. B. Cor. cpring and Court its.,
Los Angeles, Cat
$100,000
Capital stock
10,000
Surplus..
OFFICERS:
Braly,
H.
President.
J.
Frank A. Gibson, V. Pres't.
John M. Hall, Cashier.
Arthur H. Braly, Ass't Cashier.
Directors-H. Jevne. J. M. Elliott c. W. Has
son, Hiram Maburv, frank A. Gibson, J. H.
Braly, R. W. Poindexter, W. G. P&t.erson, H. U
Drow, Simon Maicr.
11-29 tt
Interest paid on all depoiits.
rnZBNS' BANK,
Stimson Block, Third and Spring
T. W. Brotherton, President.
T. 8. C. Lowe, Vice Pres't.
F. D. Hall, Cashier.
OALIFOst-
GEORGE H. BONEBRAKE, President.
F. 0. HOWES, Cashier.
E. W. COE, Assistant Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
George H. Bonebrake, Warren Gillelen, P. M.
Green, Chas. A. Marrlner, W. C. Brown, A. W.
Francisco, I. P. Johnson, M. T, Allen, F. C.
9-15 tf
Howes.
$300,000.
Capital stock paid np
DIRECiORS;
DEPOSITORY.
Total
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65 New Wilson Block
Beware of dangerous Imitations,
10-31 to thsat 3m
ie?
Booms 1,3,5 and 7.
$ 500,000
IIAIABW. HELLMAN...
HERMAN W. HELLMAN
JOHN MILNER
H. J. FLEISHMAN
L. N. Breed. H.
Silas Holman, W.
shell. M. Hagtn,
Thomas Goss. Wm.
The Only Genuine
PROMISE nothID T^ltTT^ 1rVTT3T?T? WE
mgthatwe can not
IVJrMViIMVIOIi,X\.,
T i T\TT7C Who may be suffering from
any of the ills peculiar to
I A I IIr.N
AJn.ls
IUiJ their sex will do well to
call and consult the doctors. COME AND BE
HEALED. It matters not what your trouble
may be, come and let the doctors examine your
ca» -. If it is curable they will tell you so.
Call and satisfy yourself that the doctors understand your case.
Total
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LOB ANGELES COUNTT BABE,
Temple Blook,
i'JSHMStrioture, Syphilis la
iM forms, Seminal
Weakness, Impotenoy an* Lost Manhood per.
manently cured. The sick aad afflicted should
not fail to call upon bins. The Doctor has tray*
eled extensively in Europe aad inspected thoroughly the various hospitals there, obtaining
a great deal of valuable Information, w"lich noli
competent to Impart te thaeuls need nf his tarvices. The Doctor cures where others fail.
Try him. Da;, GIBBON will make no charge
TTT> TTVT A 13 V KIDNEYABL.ADDKR unless he effects a oara Persons at a disUnos
U Ivl.lvAX. I troubles, Weak Back, In- CURED AT HOME. All communications
continence, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Stricture and strictly confldentiaL All letters answered la
Varicocele are quicklyand perfectly cured.
Slain envelopes. Call or write. Andres*
CONSULT US in person or by letter FIRST,
DR. J. V. GIBBON.
and time will be gained, money saved, and
Box 1857. San Francisco, CaL
years of suffering averted.
?tsatlea Lsa Angelas HaaAU.
ia-17 iv
guarantee, and that age, intogrity an d 111e-iong
experience do not justify.
Medicines sent anywhere by mail or express
secure from observation. Consultation free
and invite 1. Office hours 9 to 4, 7to H; Sunday 10 to 12.
_
Capital (paid up)
Surplus and profits
AMERICA,
BANK OF
Formerly
DISEASES of the BLOOD and SKIN,
As Scrofula, Rheumatism.
Eczema,
BVcmi.is, etc., causing ulcers, ernptions,
pain in bones, swelling of joints, enlarged
glands, mucous patches in mouth, lullinghair
and many other symptoms, are quickly removed, and ail poison thoroughly and permanently eradicated Irom the system by purely
Vegetable Treatment.
Impotency, Nervoas
Spermatorrhoea,
Debility, etc., resulting from youthful indiscretion, excesses ln matured years, and otner
causes, inducing some of the iollowingsymptoms, as dizziness, confusion of Ideas, defective memory,
aversion to soclutv,
blotches, emissions, exhaustion, etc., etc
are permanently cured.
»-9 U
AND MERCHANTS BANK Of
Loa Angeles, Cal.
Oldest and Largest Bank la Beathern
California.
FARMERS
cured.)
sion' 25
*
Office?same
Private
1051 Market Street?Diseases
O, T. Johnson,
B. F. Ball.
A. A. Hubbard,
W. 8. Cochran.
James F. Towell.
W. H. Crocker,
Telfair Creighton,
W P. Gardiner.
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241 8. Main St., Loa Angeles,
JAS. V. TO WELL. See**.
DIRECTORS.
euro with my
PAINLtSS PLASTEA
1
»
J J iraHHiHBaK
-Beat remedy otj
jM|-B^^^Ml*'ltii earth 110 P»y niitil
well. Book lent free
with addresses of 300
% cured
in Southern
California ? most in
breasts.
women's
venrs experience.
mV^m^^SSLX^mW^ Mil S.R.CHAMLEY.M.D
m Cm
W Mi\
\V. Firstst.,
LOS ANGELES,CA U
tvloaso send this to some one with, canceir
INSTITUTE,
(No
OFFICERS.
H. J. WOLLACOTT,V.-Pretft.
"W. G. COCHRAN, Pres't.
LOS ANGELES
1 mWB
VW
There aro hundreds of
young and middle aged
men whose nerve force
declining,
»ra
who Buffer from debilitating
dreams aud tliose Ills which follows from, excesses and over indulgences in early life.
CJIIPIDEXE will give you back your life.
You will be as powerfully strong after its use as
you are now puriently weak.
Are you In a premature oonflitiouf CUPIDRISR will
stop this waste in a fortnight or
three weeks.
Impotency, sterility, -mental
i
~
flliV/i "\i.B- incapacities are quickly cured
jf mVf au<l speedily removed by tho use
3 21 S. Broa d war, Lo» AnCTleg.
tf
|i>
DR. JORDAN & CO.'S
GREAT
MUSEUM OF AKATOMi
ffgm
IsHraa 1051 Market St., San Francisco
Is the Great Life Giver. 6 «JLfc 1 (Betwi en Gih and 7th fits.) you
Go and learn how wonderfully
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DEPARTMENT,
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL BANK, DEPOSITORY
b>
241
-
:
DIRECTORS
jP.OnOLEHE ;> THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA
tend.
$* > 1> R XE builds up.
refreshes, invigorates all
exhausted organs of tbo
body.
It is the great
vegetable vitaiizer that
destroyi tho germs of
that insidious disease
tvhi oh has wasted the
SOO^M
G. W. FRINK,
0. 8. BENEDICT,
W. C. MURDOCH,
GEORGE IABTQW.
SOUTHERN
lilt*
Los Angeles Medical &Surgical Institute
MW&fijrr
jSW V/
f
JY fa6»>y~Z?-iJL
JWI Aly&r
\u25a0SJLrA
-
*i,OO0.O»0
bexs or shareholders who desire to borrow lor tbe purpose of building homes, paying off existIng mortgages or any other legitimate purpose. All earnings are apportioned saml-aanaally
among its shareholders.
jif>
claims
Eye, Ear, Nose
CUPIDENE
CO spsrst'TS
Ul
Rev. David Tatum, a preacher and
evangelist in the Quaker church of Denn 1 m
CURED by our own
ver, Colo., will lecture in tbe Union- I. A I fl1 T"iTsTT
method, the
KKH special
only true way. Call
avenue M. E. church Sunday evening,
tininiUlll
and investigate our treatment. It oosts you
the 21st, at 7:30 o'clock, on Intemperance, the Home and Saloon and How to nothing.
DISEASES OF
Save tbe Boya. Rev. Tatum cornea well
endorsed by the Quaker church, Miss
t
at
Millard and others as a very logical and
SCIENTIFICALLY TREATED.
interesting speaker of more than 40
years' experience, preaching and lecturing through this country and Great
Britain. The public is invited to atS. MAIN ST,
TtTTT'S PILLS effective in results.
Treasures.
PACIFIC COAST SAVINGS SOCIETY,
RIVERA.
of
ANGLO CALBAiljtji
Mau.ger.
Vice-President.
PACiriU COAST SAVINftS SOCIETY
"««T!«»f *»»*.- rejf" THF.
* mutual
ceiving deposits for specified term or subject to
cheek. These fends, tofither with aaentfely
installments on shares or subscriptions to Us paid np capital stock, are loaned only to Hs sasaa-
deny this, and give the credit
to the tailor. Itis questionable, however, if either are
right.
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BANKING nOVUKtI.
WENDELLHBASTONi
President.
E
J3 themakesmindthe tbat
maa," ti
Cw,
nue.
No Damise From Frost?Specimens
Tonne Walnnt Trees.
8
Adniia-
Building
of men:
stricture, loss of manhood, diseases of the skin
and kidneys quickly cured without the use ot mercury. Treatment personally or by letter. Send
C~
for book.
When visiting the Midwinter Fair be sure
and see Jordan's Museum.
J. H Griffith, Pres'T
J. T. Griffith, V.-Pres't.
T. fl. Nichols, Secy and Treas.
K. L Chandler, Superintendent.
DIRECTORS I
L. W. Blinn,
T. D. Stimson,
Andrew Mullea,
J. M. Hale,
J. Perclval.
B. J. Waters, »
Incubators, Bone Mills. Alfalfa Cutter!.
Robert Hale.
10- 7tt
JOHN D. MERCER,
T OB ANGELES SAVINGS BANK.
117 East Second strait,
No. 236 N. Main st,
Los Angele*.
1j
9-1 6m
CAPITAL STOCK
$100,000
35,600
SURPLUS
Hellman.
Pres't.
Plater,
H.
W.
J.
E.
V-Pres't.
Pilllug.
Fine Gold
W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Crown and Bridge
Directors?l. W. Hellman, R. d. Baker, H. W.
Hellman, J. E. Plater. I. W. Hellman. jr.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan oa
AllOperations
first-class ieal es-ate.
11-1 tt
Painless,
J. M. Griffith Company,
LUMBER
DEALERS Painless Dentistry
Manufacturers
of
And
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS A STAIRS
Description.
Every
Mill Work of
16 tf
934 N. Alameda St.. Los Angeles.
LAND FOR SALE.
BY THE LOT OR ACRE, in Coiegrove, Cahuenga valley, a western suburb of Los Angeles, on the L. A. AP.R. R. do place like it
lor a home.
Location beautiful. The best of
soil, water, ollmat?, scenery, aud frostless. Go
and see lor yourself; a short drive out; or.
take the Cahueuga dummy railroad.
For
further Information apply to C. COLE, 232 N.
Main street, Los Angeles, or to SEWARD COLE
11-19 tl
at Coiegrove.
Kerekhoff-Cuzner
,
COMPANY
MILLAND LUMBERBETAIL
WHOLESALE AND
Main Office: LOS ANBELSS.
Wholesale Yard at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards?Pomona. Pasadena, Laatanda,
Asnsa, Burbank Planing Mills?Lea Angelas
sad Pomona. Cargoes furnished to order.
ESTABLISHED 1986
'Ik
set TSETH
'
8-
* UNION BANKOFSAVINGS
SON?,
STEVENS ft
Zsuißftf* W\ io7Rn.°spr?ng'st.
"wagon" material,
*t
HARD WOODS.
CAPITALSTOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St.,
FREE
EYES EXAMINED
6ir.
l-ai
:
M. W. Stimson
Wm.Fsrguson
W. E. Ms¥ir
Fint.
Vln-rrot.
Cutter
C. 6. Harrison
S. H. Matt
R. M. Baker
A. E. Pomarsy
I RON, STEEL, QBCUBITY SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST
~ CO., 148-8. Main st.
Horseshoes and Nails,
Capital stock
$200,000
Pre,.
Blacksmith's Coal. Tools, Eta, F. N. T.Myers,
M. 8. Hellman. V.-Pretn
W. Pheips, Cashier.
U7, IU and
JOHN WIOMORE,
121 South Loa Angola* bSsrats
W. D. Lcngyear, Ass't Cashier.
Directors. T. L. Dnqne, Maurice a Hellmaa,
J. M. r. Marble, J. A. Graves, H. L. Ptaney, J,
F. Surtori, C. H, Sessions, J. R. Harris, J. H.
Siiaukland, K. N. Myers, T.W. Phelps. 11-16 gsa
STBKBT SAVINGS BANK ABtB
Trust Comfanv-
LIHKLETtER & WILUAKS7
DR. B. G. COLLINS, New Grocery Store MAIN428".
OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, with Los Angeles Optical Institute, 1-3 s. Spring St., in
Wsaaesls laaaaerly, Lcs '""'h
LOS ANGELES.
OrFICKRQ AND DIRECTOR*
.
Capiial
WBtwtdt.
Mam st., Los Angelea, o*l.
J. B. IMSKKKiihId
Pits 11 sat
8.1;. HUBBKI.L
Vlce-Presldaat
We ffus-mniee tn sell nr>t-clas* groceries as J V. t\ ACH I'BL
CuhlS
;cha«od
.-y
ahywhan In
L.cr. a» ih r»n
H. W. Mailman. If Cohn, 1. V.. Jonas. O T.
Johnson, W. U. Kerckaoff, H. W. O'MelTea**,
paid
deposit*.
000 US DKIIVEttfeD ?.'»««.
12 21 lm
Interest
ou all
10 23 tl.
Cor. Hoover St and Forrester
Aye.
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