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NEWS FROM THE COURTS.
A Judicial Expedition Into
More Evidence Given in the Ah Len
A New Witness Tolls of tho Chinese
Killing-Features of tin- Kim
Judge Shaw and the jury in the Ah
Leni murder cane surprised the deni
y.ens of Chinatown yesterday afternoon
by making a descent on that delectable
locality. The party was chaperoned by
Deputy Sheriff Gadi Gibson and Officer
Stewart, and they visited the Bcene of
the killing of Fow Ah Lung and other
places of interest in connection with the
When the party returned to the court
room a bur.z of surprise was created by
the prosecution putting a new witness
on the stand who had not appeared at
the preliminary hearing or at the pre
vious trial. The witness's name is Ah
Chin, an undersized Chinaman, who
gave his testimony under extreme ner
vous tension, his hands trembling and
at times his teeth chattering as though
in fear of the vindictive highbinder—
it being claimed that doughty repre
sentatives of both the Chinese factions
are interested observers of the proceed
Ah Chin testified that at the time of
the murder of Fow Ah Lung he whs
standing in a doorway on Marchessault
street and saw Ah Ohee and a band of
Chinamen pass up the street and that
the former said : "Let us go faster and
kill that fellow." The Chinamen di
vided into two parties and a stranger
jostled against Fow Ah Lung and Ah
Chee said: "This is the most saucy
fellow; let us shoot him." Man
Xi Len fired and then the
others fired. Fow Ah Lung staggered
and fell, and Mon Xi Len ran across the
street. On cross-examination Ah Chin
said he was doing housework at the
time of the murder for Mrs. Hoff on
First street. He was not at the prelim
inary hearing or previous trial because
he did not know they were in progrees
at the time. He admitted knowing
Charley Ah Him, the leader of the fac
tion opposing Ah Len's faction, and had
talked with him about the case, and
had been told by Chen Due to come to
Judge Cheney's office.
Among the other witnesses for the
people who were examined yesterday
were J. J. Choate, Ah Suey and R. W.
IMPORTANT WITNESSES MISSING.
The Reason Why Lyman Ayres Was
Granted a Continuance Yesterday.
The much litigated and involved land
deal in which Lyman Ayres and others
have been criminally prosecuted, came
up in Judge McKinley's branch of the
superior court yesterday afternoon.
A motion was made by Attorney W.
T. Williams for one month's continu
ance, on the grounds that three impor
tant witnesses for Ayres had disap
peared. According t<> the affidavit J. W.
Dunn, a witness by whom Ayres expects
to show that he acted only lis a real es
tate broker in the sale of lot 12 in
the Mott tract is a resident of Chicago
and has left this city. He also expects
to prove by Joe Highland that he was
preeenc when he paid over to Dunn $750,
the money involved in the Stewart-
Baldwin-Dunn land transaction to Dunn.
Ayres alleges that recently Highland
became a citizen of Albuquerque, N. M.
As to C. R. Chamberlain's whereabouts
no one seems to be able to give any in
formation, and it is claimed that he is a
very important witness.
The motion for a continuance was op
posed by District Attorney McLachlan
and Assistant District Attorney Mc-
Comas, but Judge McKinley granted it.
THE KIMBALL TANGLE.
A Complicated Litigation In Hearing;
Before Judge McKluley.
Just now Judge McKinley of the su
perior court is wrestling with a case
that will require all his known astute
ness to untangle. It is the action of G.
H. Kimball against Kimball, Richard
son company. Conroy & Miller appear
for the plaintiff and S. A. W. Canon for
the defendant. The suit was originally
brought to secure judgment on a
promissory note for $1500. An attach
ment was levied on that amount in the
Los Angeles National bank to credit of
defendants, when Deering & Co., agri
cultural implement manufacturers, in
tervened claiming both parties to suit
were insolvent, and that plaintiff owed
defendant's company $20,000 of a stock
subscription. A default was taken, and
now the fight is on between plaintiff
and the intervenors. Tbe pleadings
were read yesterday and the case then
went over until today.
Court News in Brief.
Ten days were given tbe claimant to
answer in the proceedings of D. Bruns
vs. the brig Tanner, in the United States
district court yesterday.
The suit of the United States against
George Hawes, charged with forging a
money order for $25 at Azusa, was con
tinued in the United States' district
court until April 30th, yesterday.
There was no court in departments
one and three of the superior court
The jurors in department four were
instructed to report for service today,
the cases on the calendar for Tuesday
having all been continued.
Judge Van Dyke naturalized Henry
W. Collins of England, and Judge Mc-
Kinley did' the same servica for John
Petersen of Germany.
The petition for a family allowance
from the estate of Ducazan web granted
by Judge Clark yesterday.
The divorce suit of Minnie Bartlett
against her husband, Thomas, before
Judge Clark, came to a standstill for the
time being yesterday. E. 0. Stephens,
Mrs. 0. H. Boehm and Minnie Bartlett
testified that husband Thomas had failed
to provide for bis wile, and then it was
discovered that the summons in the
case bad disappeared, and the proceed
ing went over indefinitely.
Articles of incorporation were filed in
the county clerk's office yesterday for
the Buebler Pharmacy, to manufacture
and deal in drags. Capital stock, $25,
--000, of which $3030 has been paid in.
The directors are J. F. Bnebler, G. F.
Whitworth, Frank Van Horn, L. B.
Hewitt and W. M. Yorke.
fiUTEMOB COURT—DKPABTMSNT ONE.
People ti. Done—Trial.
Est of Biddy Mason—Dist.
Est of J M Eldridge— Acct and diet.
Est of A M Clapp—To show cause; re
port of fiommissioner in partition.
Est of M L Hopkins—Acct and dist.
Est of C P Austin—Acct and dist.
Est and guard of Pallett minors—Let
ters of guard.
Est of H A Vigiie—Distribution.
Est and guard of Kubio minors—An
EEt of M Clark—Letters.
First Nat Bank of Pomona vs Bice
Simpkins vs Hhaler.
Hanna et al vs Brodrero.
Lehman vs Pomona F P Co.
Smith vs. Buragartner.
Proceedings Yesterday of the Cont
The board of police commissioners
met yesterday afternoon iv regular ses
sion, Commissioners Mackey, Snyder,
Lewis and Shatto being present. In the
absence of the mayor, Mr. Lewis took
Chief Glass reported favorably on the
application of Herman Zedel for trans
fer of permit for license at Main and
Alameda streets from F. Voelcher, and
the transfer waa granted.
The chief blho reported on the appli
cation of Roquea & Delbaste for permit
for license at 426 North Main street. The
report stated that Jean Delbaste had
perjured himself in the application
when ho swore that he had never been
convicted of a crime. It seems that he
had done time for adultery in the
county jail from November 10, 1890, un
til May 9, 1891. However, disinterested
parties state that Delbaste has resided
in this city for a number of years and
that he haß never been in trouble ex
cept the one time mentioned. The ap
plicants are well recommended and
claim that they will keep an orderly
house. They intend to change tbe
name of tbe place from Pico house to
National hotel. Action was deferred
Application of John Houerwaas for
transfer of permit for license at 102
North Main street from Einil Waldeck
was referred to the chief.
Applicp.t on of H. 0. Ludwig for trans
fer of permit at 213 East First street
from Ludwig & Gerkins was granted.
Officer H. Glaze sent in a petition
that he had been ill forty days during
February and March, and that he had
paid a substitute during that time. Ho
wai ted the board to allow him as much
pay as possible. The matter was re
ferred to Chief Glass.
The pay-roll of the department
for April, amounting to $520!i.55, was
Officer M. T. Bowler turned in $50,
which he had received as a reward from
Sheriff E. D. Perkins, of Solano county,
for capturing Robert Lee Horrell, the
supposed murderer of Watchman How
ard, at Rio Vista. The money was
transferred to the police reward and.
The usual demands were approved.
The application of R. M. Reed, for
appointment as special officer, without
pay, on Grand avenue, between Second
and Third streets was granted.
The application of O. F. Sold, for a
position on the force, was riled.
The board then adjourned.
Some Street Vacations Granted —The
Klectlon Booth Matter.
The board of. supervisors yesterday
had a partial hearing in the matter of
the obstruction of certain roads in the
Jan Jose road district. J. C. West,
Wm. Wildman, John Bender, C. E. tV.
Shuler were examined, and the hearing
was continued until May 27th.
A petition for the vacation of Catalina
avenue, in San Pasqual district, was
submitted and granted. The question
of vacating the streets in the La Verne
tract, in which quite a number of per
sons are interested, was continued until
today. Regarding the Schwall cross
road matter, on motion of Supervisor
Davis, it was ordered that the deed
executed by Charles Picot for a piece of
land in the Rancho Rodeo do las Aquas
for road purposes be accepted.
There was a partial hearing in the
election booth matter, in which the
contractor made a statement denying
the charges made that they could be
utilized for illegal voting, and the mat
ter went over for further information.
At Twenty-Nine Palms.
John Wilson, another old prospector
in the Twenty-Nine Palm country, was
in Banning last Monday and reports the
Twenty-Nine Palm Mining and Milling
company making good progress on the
mill they are erecting at Twenty-Nine
Palms. They are putting up a Byran
mill equal in size to an eight-stamp mill
and will have it in running order about
June 15th or July Ist when they will run
from eizbt to ten tons of rock through
the mill per day. They propose to work
eight men in the mine and three men
in the mill, which is located in tbe best
place on tbe desert for a mill, there be
ing an abundance of splendid water near
at hand and wood within a few miles,
and the mines they propose working are
all above the mill, giving a down-hill
pull to the mill with the loads of
ore, but they are making a grand
mistake in not putting in
concentrators, as (they can save
only the free milling ore with the
process th y are going to employ, while
all tbe sulphates will go into the tail
ings. This is what has caused the Vir
ginia Dale mine to be unprofitable, for
the assays made of the quartz show
that the precious metal is there in pay
ing quantities, and the fact that it is
unprofitable to run the mill is prima
facie evidence that there is a
lopb of gold oomewbere in the
milling and this is where it is. The Bret
cost of a concentrator is from $600
to $700 and tbe expense to run it is prac
tically nothing, unless the concentrator
should be so large as to require an extra
amalgamator, and this would add only
from $3 to $5 per day to the running ex
penses and it wonld be just like hiring a
man to pick up $20 gold pieces for you
when it is a question of expending $600
or $700 more on a plant and thereby in
suring a success, or putting in a mill
without concentrators at an expense of
from $2500 to $3000 and making a failnre
of it. It seeing that common sense
would advise the extra expense in order
to save what had already been ex
pended. We hope to see both the
Twenty-nine Palms and the Carlisle
ventures a success, and with such men
as Mcßae and Aleswnrtb behind them
we are not at all alarmed at tbe pros
pective future of both projects.—[San
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD i WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1892.
Nkw York, April 26.-Businessin the stock
market today was very light until the l»st
hour, when a vigorous raid was made upon
grangers, which kept out all gains. The close
was heavy, generally at fractional losses. New
York Central is down lA percent, and Rock
Island and Sugar %. per cent each.
Government bondsdull, easier.
New York, April 20.—Money on call easy;
closing offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper—3'4@s p jr cent.
Sterling exchange —Steady; 60-day bills,
4.37; demand, 4.88!^.
Nkw York, April 20— Bar stiver, per ounce
San Francisco, April 23.—Bar sliver, SH)i<9
San Francisco, April 2U.—Mexican dollars,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Nkw York, April 26.—CloslngTquotations
were as follows;
U. S. 4s,reg Y. Central H4 1 /,
U. 8. 4s, coupon llojrfjoreeon Impt 22
U. S. 2s, reg ioo (Oregon Nay 84
Pacific6s 100 [North American.. 14!^
Atchison 35 Paciflc Mall 36
American KxnressllS I'ullman Pa ace . 94.,
Canada Pacific... 88J4 Rock Island 85>/.
Canada Southern. 00;*, -It. Paul 11\
Central Paciflc... 31 St. Paul & Omaha VJ%
Burlington 17756 Texas Paciflc 10
Lackawanna 158', Union Pacific 44V.
Denver & Rio Ud. 00. U. S Express . . . 45
Erie 30 Wells, Far^oACo. 143
Kansas & Texns.. 16 Am. Cotton Oil.. 30
Lake nhore 13 <% Western Union... 92
LonUvKt Nashvl. 7-1 \ T. rmlual 9*g
Mich. Central 109 Lead Trust 19Ji
Missouri Paciflc.. 5S'4 Oregon Short Line 25
Northern Pacific. 2imitioGrande Wst'n. 36
P. P. preferred 58!;: Do. preierrud 71
Northwestern ~. 120 V, firsts 81
N.W. preferred... 142 (Distillers 48
Boston, April 20.—Closing quotations were as
Atchison Central,com 18
Burlington 107■>„ Han Diego —
Bull Telephone... 200 |
New York, Aprfl 26.—Mining shares were as
Best & Beichcr.. 201 Plymouth l.as
Con. Cal A Va. 3.75 O.ihir 200
Deadwood 2.0.V ravage 110
EureuaCon 150 sierra Nevada.. 1.00
Homestako 1300 taudard 1.30
Horn Silver.. . 300 Union Con 1.45
San Francisco, April 26—Following are the
Belcher 1.05 p e er 05
Best <fc Belcher. 2.20 fotosl 1.05
Chollar H5 Ophir 2.20
Crock-r 05 Savage 1.25
Con. Va 4.d0 -lerra Nev 115
Confidence 1.25 Union Con 1.05
Uould (Scarry.. 1.15 fellow Jacket . .85
Hale & Norcross 1.30
San Francisco Market Review.
San Fhancisco, April 20.—The vegetable
market for green stuff shows a gonod volume of
business. Supplies aro ample, but find ready
sale under a good demand and concessions iv
prices. New potatoes are weaker, owing to
largo receipts, as are also peas and asparagus.
New onions are arriving and selling at $1.75
The fruit market is without any new feature.
Oranges continue in oversupply, and the de
mand for the same has subsided. Strawberries
are in good demand, and find ready sale ut
The dried fruit market shows very little
change, and business is eulirely local.
The market for dairy produce remains in a
most unsatisfactory condition. Butter arrives
freoly from all parts of the state, and in spite of
packing stocks continue to accumulate,rnakint;
prices weaker and downward in tendency.
Eggs are very weak.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, April 26—Wheat steady; opened
Vs'c per bushel higher than yesterday's closing,
on account of a decrease on ocean passage and
KnglislisioekK, advanced !*c more on a reported
cola wave and rains delaying spring wheat
seeding, receded 54@%c on account of a cessa
tion in the demand, and closed steady, per
bushel higher than yesterday.
Receipts, 28,000 bushels; shipments, 24,000
CHlCAao,Ap'il26 — Close; Wheat,steady; cash,
80' i; May.
Corn-Firm; cash, 40YdHl%; May,
Oats—Steady; cash, 29; M»y,2B>i.
Timothy—l 32@l 35.
OTHH.It GKAIM MARKKTS.
Ban Fuancisco, April 26.—Wheat, quiet;
bu er season. seller '92,1.42%.
Barley—Quiet; seller '92, new, 9j.
Livibfool, April 26.—Wheat: Demand fair.
No. 2 red winter, 7s 4d, Arm; No, 2 red spring,
7s id, steady.
Corn—Demand fair for spot and fair for
futures. Spot, 4s 3d per cental, steady; April,
4s 3d, steady; May, 4s 2%<1, steady; June, 4s,
New Yobs:, April 2(s.—Hops easy; Paciflc
Coffee—Options closed steady, unchanged, to 5
poinis up. Sales, 18,500 bags. April. 12 40
f4i2 45; May, 12.20a12.25; June, 11.90®
11.95. Spot Rio steadier; No. 7, 13%
Sugar—Raw, dull, steady: refined, dull, easy.
Copper—Quiet; lake. 11.80 bid.
Lead—Firm; domestic, 4.15(44 30.
Tin—Firm; Straits, 20.70(480
Chicago, April 26.—Pork, steady; cash, 9.55;
I ard—Easy; cash, 6 20; May, 6.20.
Short ribs—s email@example.com>5.
Chicago, April 26 —Whisky—l.l 3.
Nbw York, April26.—Wool steady; domestic
fleece, 26HC435. ■
Nkw York, April26.—Petroleum: May closed
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
IThe quotations given below arc Los Angeles
wholesale selling prices,|
Hams—Per lb., local smoked, eastern,
sugar cured, 12c.
* Bacon—Per lb., local smoked, 12% c: eastern
break fa t. llUo; medium, 10>io.
Pork—Per lb., dry salt, 9sic
fRiBO Bkef—Per lb., hams,
ard—Compound, 3's, B>ic; s'c, B%c; 10's,
B%c; 50's, Be. Pure leaf lard. 3c higher all
Fi.our—Los Angeles XXXX,S3.Or perbbl;
Capitol Mills, #5.00: Sperry's, $5.75; Crown,
$5.'5: Victor, .$5.61; superflne, $3.25; gra
Feed—Bran, per ton, $22.00: shorts,
$24 oO: craefced corn, p>sr cental, $1 25; rolled
birley,si,lo; mixed feed, $115; feed meal,
Grain and Hay.
Barley—Brewing, ?1 20® 1.30: feed, 90®95.
Corn—Her cental. $|.UO@I.IO
Oats-No. 1, per cental, .1.50.
Wheat—No. 1, per cental, fl 55®1.60; No. 2,
Hay—Om No. 1, $11; wheat No. I,sll| bar
ley No. 1, $10: alfalfa No. 1, $9; No. 2 grades
$1 lower ail around.
Straw—Barley, per ton, $5.00; wheat, $5.00.
Poultry and Bgga.
Poultry—Henß. $1.50 per doz.; young
rooMers, $0.50, old roosters, $ti«0; broileis,
$5 oO®s st); ducks, $7 03@8 00; geese, $1 per
heao; turkeys. 17c pc pound.
Egos—Ranch, 18 419 c.
Butter—Fancy roll, 35/037Wc; choice, 30(9
32' Ac; fair, 20ft25c. .
Cheese—E> stein, 155«l(ic: California, lirge,
12V<.(413e; small, 13U(M14c: three poand haud,
Honey and Beeswax.
Honey—Comb, lib forms, 13J015c; extracted,
Almonds—Soft shell, ISffllOc; paper shell,
19w21c; hard shell, S «.100.
Peanuts—Raw, 3,g5c per rb: roasted, 7@Bc.
Walnuts—Hard shell, C®9j; soft sheil,
Apples—Evaporated, 8 »9e.
ArmcoTS—Bleached. 7<B9c; sun drled, 5(g7.
oeled. 11(413c; sun-dried, unpveled, s#7c.
Prunes—Fancy, 8:410 c: choice, 7(<?8o.
Raisins—London layers, $1.50:42 "0; loose
Muscatels, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box; Sultana, seed
less, 8c per lb.
Obanoes—Riverside navels, per box. $3 50
--seedlings, V1.7592.0U; Plaoentla navels, $2.60
FINANCE AND TRADE.
@3 00; seed ingß if!l 75; Redlands or Dnarte
navels. $3 oO®3 50; seedlings, 02.0099 25
Mediterranean sweets, $2.25®2.50; common
<£1 10081.25. ■""
Apples—Local, per box, $1.40rf51,50; eastern,
per bo], $,-> sOo<iti 00.
Bananas—Per bunch. $2 25'8)2.50.
Lemons—Cured, *. : .50®4.00 per box; un
BEANs-Pink,*.! 50342.75 per 100 lbs; Limas,
V* SOgi.OO; navy, small, S'J 75583.00.
Cauiiagek—Per 100 lbs, $1.25r<9t 50.
Onions—Per 100 lbs, #1.00045 00.
Potatoes—Ordinary, per 100 lb-, 50c(ff$l CO;
Early Rose, 70380 c; choice Buruanks, $t.oo@
T 1 ■ *<J .
Tom atoe>—Per lox, if! 1.75@2,50.
Bkuf—Per lb, Btft6Ws.
Mutton—Per lb, 9c.
Lamb—Por lb, r.'«:oc,
Pork—Per lb, 7e
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Tuesday, April 20, 1892.
Jiir F Houghton to F A McCormlck—Lot 4 bl
0 Covins; #100.
J L Stewart et ux to Henry F Fryer— frl
aK'4 bl 386 Pomona and part of bl 236 said
Pomona Land and Water company to same
J X McComas et ux to snme—Same; $.">.
Gibson sheriff to A H Blackburn—Lot obl A
X G Johnston to Margaret .1 Prichard—Lot 2
ami SIOO It of WJ4 lot. 17 Johnston trt X 1, A,
12—33, and bl I ParK trt, ('—434; Rift
.lis .Macdonahl to W L Graven—Pt lots 11 and
112 bl 101 Bellcvue Terrace trt; $>500.
Belle C Gibb •w to L A county—Lot 33 Ban
croft irt, 2J—37; 9350
Geo Wilson to Jas McCov—Agait, relatiye to
land and water in T5 N R 10 w; $6joo
Nathan Cole Jr to L 8 Thompson et al—Right
of way for pipe line across portion of Ro San
Mary Hogan et con to II N Jarvls—Lot 15, bl
5, Uriuston trt. 11-10; #500.
Toos Douglas etux to Ella A Crane—Lot 2
and NU lot 4, bl 87, Long Bench, 19 91; #4000.
D W Field, admr est Alida Winters, to Ernest
Moiling—Lot 189, Wicks sub South & Porter
Mrs Lv Wheat Smith to Wm 0 Burt—Lot 15,
bl 3, Williamson trt, 12 5; #350.
James C Taylor to Sidney Guest —Lots 4 to 9,
bl A; lots 4t09,bl 5, Taylor & Go's sub, Po
M B Wood to .1 Banbury-Und M lots 8, 17 to
20,36,37,45 47 to 54. Alta Vista trt, 14 56,
and lands in Baker's sub, Pasadena; #5.
E X Miller et ux et al to Margaret tt MnHar
risou—Lot 47. 48 and 46. Miller & Herri
ott's sub Harper trt, 22-41; #4000.
In re est Alic.a Winters—Ordtr conf'g sale of
D N Burritt et ux to Etta Vincent-Lot 8, bl
0. Hughes <fc Burritt's sub, Pomona, 15-38;
Same to Mary E Bemeut—Lot 9, bl C, same
U « A to Jas Robertson—3WJi sec 26, T 5 N,
R 14 W, S B M; patent.
Alma C Smith to Jas Robertson— E l A NE'i sec
34. To N, it 14 W. grant deed.
Chas L Patten to sam j .—Same; grant deed.
Sarah W Conant to same—Same; grant deed.
Mrs Minnie J C Brintcn et con to Fred L
Tealc—Lot 83, Workman & Hollenbeck trt;
G S Wright to Mrs Mary Martin—Lot 25 bl 2,
City Center trt, $20.
H L Macn.-il et al, trustees, to Edward a
Cheever—Lots 15 and 16 bl O, Maclay add San
Fernando, 17-11; #^00.
Delia w Chase to chas W Chase—UndV£ lot 18
bl 14, Fairmount trt; 3—3 jB, I#.
M L Wicks to Frank of BWU of
T 1 S, K9 W, S B M; $1146.
U S A to heirs of GeoC Smith—KU of NKW esc
84, T 1 N, R 14 W, 8 B M; pa ent.
EJPlummer et ux to G*il B Johnson—Lot
14 sub bl 37; H S, 5—866: $3000
G>dl B Jonnson tt ux to E J Plummer et ux—
19.999 acres commencing SW corner sec 10, T 1
S, R 12; #10,000.
Geo R Turner to Mrs E A Mott—NEK of SEVi
ot NW'4 Sic 6, T 1 S, R 14 W, S B.M; #350.
C E Day et ux to C E Coughran—Lot 22 bl 4,
Alvarado Heights tract, 34—96; #UOO.
Kate L Day et con to J H Johnson—Lots 27
aud 28 b) 4, same tract; $2800.
Stephen W G dney to Alice his wife—Lot 29
bl2o, Azusa, 15-93; gift.
John D Mercereau to chas Forrester—Lot 13,
Wcstlake park tract; $2255.
Carl Richardson to F W Huggins—Lot 9 bl 1,
Ocean View tract No 1. 5-39 .s: $2500.
E 1' Shoemaker et ux to David Marten—Lot
17 bl 19, E L A 3—194; $500.
Vicenta Botiller de V barrondo et al to Ellen
Eligin—Lot 37, Widow Botiller tract, 19—26.
except E ten feet: $700.
Maiy Hogan et cou to MrsClemmaN Lay-
Lots 35 and 3d bt 2, Wright's sub Sisters of
Charity tract, 5 -131; $7io.
N C waiter lo lotin A Ayles—Parts of lots 21
and 22, Sierra Madre tract, 4—502; $1280.
Rudolph Mulleretal to Geo P Allen —Lot on
First stcorn'g 137 ft W from NE cor Murat Gar
den trt; $5.
Geo P Allen to Rudolph Muller et al—Lot
similarly de'crlbed; $5
Gi'isori, sheiiff. to Mrs S E Mavnard—W 75 ft
lots 2 4 and 6, Fort Hill trt, E L A, 5 432;
J H Lamson et al to Edgar A Bice—Lot 13,
Railroad trt, Pasadeno, 3.t-61; $1.
Welcome Fowler to II Stoll—Agt to sell 14
lots and buildings known as Hotel Palmyra
and $600 cash, taking in exchange 30 acres of
laud of said Stoll on Cahuenga road 4 miles N
W of city.
Chas Picot to County of L A—6B-100 acres in
Ro Rod. ode las Aquas, 32 25; $68.
In re est Andrew Jonghin—Decree ol partial
Mrs S A Burns to Fred C Biedle-Lot3B, bl 5,
Highland trt Add No 1. 5 514: $1.
Jno II Jacobs to Wm H Fletcher etal—Decree
reforming and revising deeds.
Artn in- G Newton et ux to Jane A Chancst—
Lot 132 llaf. trt: $1250.
Mrs Maltie Musselman to Jeannetta Ander
son—Lot 6. bl 37. Electric Ry Homestead sesn
trt, 14—2?; $1000.
Total number of transfers 53
With nominal consideration 21
Total consideration 144,712 51
Note—Figures separated by a dash represent
the book and page of miscellaneous records.
Crows «<S6& Stops
Bald fItUU Makes
Heads. jtaS'aiem ' rhc
Length j&gWiA Soft
And StW'l And
Coigns fmmk %
Sulphur. ( M;/;,*/!;!?' 1 -.'')) Not
Purely / .BWfW.A Most
Vegetable /liH 1 Delicate
ass-* twKm itabi i
Dandruff. ifl l/W. I Nature's
Soothes, • J| mJUr I ,i\ Own
Cools Cf WW. i| ! fl) Remedy
And ' »' » • m Por
Stops (Trade Mark Registered. l All
Itehinj HAIR Humors.
The ilAlrv rrc 'g
hr SBOWEI 3
Sold by Druggists, *1; six,ss. Worth |S a bottle
MANUFACTURED $NT,Y BY THE
Skoeta Root [lair Grower Co.
103 N. SPRING STREET
Correct fitting of Glasses and Lenses ground
to order our specialties. Oculists' prescrip
tions carefully filled. Artificial Eyes on
hand. 3 1 3m
W Great Mexican Remedy.
\ Gives health and strength to
TnftSE— Kexua l Organs.
I have a positive remedy for tho above disease; by Its
use thousands of oases of tho wont kind and of long
nt and ing have been onred. Indeed so strong Is my faith
in its elßoaoy, that I will send two dottlxs fiiee. with
a VALUABLE TREATISE on thu diseaso to any ani
lerer who will send Baa than* Express and P. O.ftddras.
t. A. Slswaaa. X. C, 183 Pearl St., N. Y.
Four women, all told
The first told how much easier it was to wash w»'-?
She saved half her labor, and the work was better done.
The second told how much longer the clothes lasted, since
she'd used Pearline. The rubbing that wore them out wasn't
The next told how many things she did with it; she
cashed the kitchen floor, or the finest china—the most deli
cate lace, or the coar--est fabric. Whatever she did with it,
she saved money by it.
The fourth told of the harmiessness of Pearline. She
had used it for ten years, and she knew nothing that was
washable could be hurt by it.
These are only four out of millions who use Pearline, but
the others say the same things and more. Try it yourself;
then you can tell about it.
I~\ Peddlers and some unscrupulous "rocers will tell you " this is
fttP I \7\7 Cs as E ° od as " or " the same as ™* rline '" IT'S FALSE—
J?\_y VV Pearline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you some-
Kting in place of Pearline, do the honest thing— wndit back. »ii JAMKS PYLE, New York.
GRAND AUCTION SALE!
FASHIONABLY °BRED HORSES!
Sixth Annual Sale on the Forster Breeding Farm, Capistrano, Orange Co.,
Gal., on Tuesday, May 10, 1892, at 11:80 A.M.
The catalogue embraces from 150 to 200 head of mares and geldings, full of the best strains
of standard and thoroughbred blood that money can buy, and can bear inspection aud compari
son with the product of any breeoing farm in America.
Arrangements have been made with Sunt*. Fe Company for excursion rates, good for May
10th and 11th, from all points on Kite Shape track
On arriving at Capistrano, vz, 10:10 a.m on day of sale, all guests will be entertained in
genuine old California st) le with barbecued beef end mutton. All given a cordial welcome.
Pull pedigree of sires and dams of stock t > be sold will be given in circulars to be had at desk of
J F. FOR-TER. office of T. E. Rowan, Temple block; or E. W. NO YES, w'th Samuel Prager, S. E.
corner Temple block, Main street N.B.—A liberal credit will be extended to all purchasers
with approved paper, on sums over #200.
N. a.— Horses delivered at Los Angeles and Riverside free of charge.
E. W. NOYE9, Auctioneer.
427 td MARCUS A. FOKSTEit, Owner,
DR. LIEBIG & CO.
Private and Clronic Biseases'leniWomen
123 SOUTH MAIN STREET, LOS ANGELES.
We used to hear that con
sumption was curable if one
took it in hand in time ; but
people in general had to re
gard it as fatal.
Since we know more about
it, we know how to fight it.
Now we do begin in time.
We begin before you suspect
Our means are careful
living and Scott's Emulsion
of cod-liver oil. Shall we
send you a book on both?
Scott & Bowhe, Chemists, 133 South sth Avenue,
Your druggist keeps Scott's Emulsion of cod-liver
oil— ;M druggists everywhere do. $1.
TSUI BY InstitDte '
. \jUIJIJLI 1 LosGatos.Cal.
Liquor, Opium and Tobaeoo
Diseases and Neurasthenia
The only branch in California of the
world-renowned Keeley Institute of
Dwight, 111., is located at Los Gatos,
Santa Clara county, 55 Miles South of
San Francisco. This treatment has
been tested by time and has a triumph
ant record of more than Fifty Thousand
patients treated and PERMANENTLY
cured. IT IS NOT A SOBERING
UP PROCESS, BUT EFFECTS IN
EVERY CASE A PERMANENT
CURE without harm or pain to the
patient. Write to
4-' Tim Los Gatos, Cal.
Sast First St.,
nHHIRBIHI Los An Se i eB .
Treatment, $10 a Month. Fermannnt
Curas Guaranteed for $20, medicines in
cluded. Dr. White is the oldest, only reliable
and most successful Private, Nervous and
Chronio Disease Doctor In the city. No
amateur doctors employed. No surgicalstaffc.')
fake. No swindling patent medicines for sale.
Srecial diseases treated skillfully and promptly
cured. Syphilis. Gonorrhoea Gleet Stricture,
Seminal weakness, Impotency, Varicocele,
Nervous Debility Sexual Indifference of both
sexes. Bladder, Kidue., Skin and Blood dis
eases quickly and permanently cured.
Consultation and examination free to those
Dr. White' 3 Dispensary, 116 East First
street, Ron-us 12, 13,14,15.
Prices low for spot cash, cr will sell on Install
*ti 1 SOUTH ePSINQ STREET,
Between fourth and Fifth Streets.
Telephone 80-1. P. 0. box 1921. 7-21-tf
ART * STORE
rft Per cent off Extra Quality London Court
A A Per cent off Pocnet Books, Albums, Leath-
W er and Plush Goods.
oqt/ Per cent off Cabine'ware, Statuary,
OO /3 Brass aDd Silver Novelties.
Of\ Per cent off Picture Frames, Floor Easels
OU and Tables.
OK Per cent off Framed Pictures and Looking
— ') Glasses,
on Per cent off Tube Colors, Artists' Materials
and Table Easels.
-| X Per cent off Studies Pictures and Congrat
lO ulatory Cards.
-I ft Per cent on California Souvenirs and Artl
lXf cles not listed.
These discounts warrant the fact that we will
discontinue as soon as our present stock is sold.
KUGEMANN & LICHTENBEEGEE,
. . 107 North Main, near First.
JAMES H. DENHAM,
(Successors to Macleod & Denham),
AND DEALER IN
Nursery Stock, Implements, Fertilizers, Gardeners'
Requisites and California Produce.
Reliable vegetable, flower. Held and tree
seeds. Healthy, clean budded orange and
lemon trees. Choice Euialvpti in variety
Blue, red aud sugar gums by the thousand.
Large specimen Araucaria Bidwelli. Araucarla
Excelsa, Cedrus Deodara, and Cupressus Law
Strawberry guavas. loquats, palms, Dra
(ainas, flowering shrubs, loses and bedding
plants. All at reasonable prices. Mall orders
solicited. Seed store,
245 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGrELES.
Telephone No. 725. 4-27 3t
NO CASE OP DEFECTIVE VISION
Is too romplicatod for us If you have defec
tive eyes and value tbem, consult us first. We
gusrantee our fitting perfect, as our system is
the latest scientific one. Children's eyes should
be examiued during school life Thousands
sutler with headache which is often remedied
with properly fitted glasses. Eyes examined
free of charge.
S. G. MARSHUTZ, Scientific Optician,
151 N. Spring, opp. old Court Bouse
tHW Don't forget the number.-•JH
Fine Gold Fillings
All operations pain
mm k SONS.
r J CANCERS and TUMORS
Cured or no pay: no
_fSSfwSSSpi knife or pain. Testl-
monlals and treatise
free. Female andlunq
trouble also a specialty.
1 , Offices, 211 W.Firßtst,
' 3* Los Angeles.
•t-27 3m 8. R. CHAMLEY, M. D.
Shoes made to order. Shoes reoairod in a first
class manner at reasonable prices.
All work warranted.
129K W. FIRST STREET. ■ ■ Los Angeles, Cal
BUSCH & HAMNON,
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS.
Farm Implements and Vehicles.
Contractors' Grading Tools a Specialty.
146,145, 1M id 152 Xorlfa In iageki St