AN INCOME OF
$2,000 to $5,000
On a net investment of
Can be secured by the purchase of a
Five-acre Orange Grove from
AN D X—
Our lands are located on the main line
of the 8. P. R. R. to San Francisco,
which give to the orchardist shipping
facilities that are of great value.
Is as near perfection as can be expected.
It is simply unsurpassed.
Supply is unlimited, coming from two
sources, viz: from several artesian wells
and a submerged dam; is carried in iron
and steel pipes over every forty-acre
tract we own.
The soil is a warm, rich, sandy loam,
needing no fertilizer, and especially
adapted to the Orange.
Never before has any company placed
a home, planted with the king of the
semi-tropical fruits, within the reach of
all. The San Fernando Fruit Colony
and Investment Company can and will
sell you from 5 to 40 acres of this choice
land, plant it in citrus or deciduous
fruits, and care for your orchard till it is
in full bearing condition.
Estimated Cost of an Orange Grove.
One acre ol oranges in bearing will
, oost * 750 00
First payment 35 00
12 monthly payments ol 110 each for
first year 120 00
12 monthly payments of |7 each for
second year 84 00
12 monthly payments of $6 each for
third year 72 00
12 monthly payments of $6 each for
fourth year 72 00
Total amount paid In at the end of
fourth year $ 383 00
Estimated Income from crop the^
fourth year, placed to credit of pur
chaser * 100 00
Income from crop the fifth year 200 00
Income from the crop on the sixth
year 250 00
Total amount placed to credit of pur
chaser at end of sixth year $ 933 OO
Deducting purchase price $ 750 00
Cash credit due purchaser at end of
sixth year $ 183 00
Estimated amount of cash paid in $ 383 00
Estimated amount of cash rebate 183 00
Making actual cost per acre of bearing
orange grove $ 200 00
An absolute guarantee is given that no pay
ments will be required after the fifth
Many young msn and women, who are un
able to make an independent purchase, wish
nevertheless to secure an interest in some
income producing property. To those we give
the following solution of the difficulty: Form
Form clubs of from five to ten holders and
purchase the amount of land you can pay for.
DON'T OVERBUY, AS IT WILL MEAN SURE
We are now making arrangements to prepare
and plant the first 40 acres of the tract of 100 0
Parties who want to be included in the June
planting must apply within the next few days.
On Thursday next we will personally conduct
our second regular party over the lands. Ap
plications must be made by Wednesday, 12 m.
Bound trip, including drive and dinner, $2.
Address, R. J. WIDNEY, Secretary.
University Bank Building, 317 New High
FINANCE AND TRADE.
New York, May li.— The stock market
opened tills morniLg weak, lower. About noon
London came in as a buyer ol stocks, the pur
chases being accompanied by assurance that
Russia Would no not h inn more to disturb the
financial situation iv Kurope. This encour
aged the bulls, and the upward movement mot
with no check during tho afternoon. The mar
ket closed active and strong, at best prices of
the day. The final changes were almost invari
ably fractional advances, but Bt. Paul ls up l)i,
and Rock Island, llurlington and Union Pacific
1%, while cordage is down 1%, ottrlbuted to
the publication of an article showing that most
of the manufacturers of cordage are outside of
Government bonds steady.
MONK V QUOTATIONS.
Nsw York, May 11—Money on call easy;
closed offered at 2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 5®7 per cent.
Sterling Exchange—Quiet, weak; 60-day
bills, $4.H4'j, demand W.hK',.
London, May 11, 4 p. m.—Closing consols,
money, 95 11-10: do account, 95%; U. 8.
11.32%; uo $l 03.
Money—:i(g£J< per cent.
New York, May 11— Bar silver, per oz.,
London, May 11. -Bar silver, 44% d. per
Ban Francisco, May 11.—Bar silver, 97%®
88c per ounce.
San Francisco, May 11.—Mexican dollars.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Nbw York, May 11.— Closing quotations:
0. B. 4s. Reg U9k N. W. Prelerred..l3s
a. 8.-4s. c0up...119k. N. Y. Central ... 101%
0". 8. 4ks. reg...100 Oregon Imp't 39
U. 8. 4Us. coup .101 Navigation 74
Pacific Os 13 Oregon Short Line 36
Atchison 32k; N. American 10%
American Ex 18 Pacific Mall 37
Canada Pacific... 7(i\ Reading 31k
Canada Sou SOU Rio GrandeWst'n. 40
Central Pacific... 31k. Preferred 70k
Burlington 87k Do. firsts 70%
Lacnawauna 3694 Rock Island 76%
Denver & Rio Gr. 57% St. Paul 03%
ttrle 20% St. Paul <S Omaha 38
Kan. & Texas 14k Terminal 17
Lake Shore 10! i' H Texas Pacific 14%
L. 4 N 78% Union Pacific... 47%
Mich. Central.... 90k U. 8. Express . . 02
Missouri Pacific. 00 Wells,Pargo<SiCo.l4o
Northern Pacific 25% Western Uulon... 83
M. P. Preferred. 08% Am. Cotton 0i1... 24%
Boston May 11.-Closing prices:
A.«& T. R. R 32%i*ex. Cent. Com. 21
Burl. i&Qulncy... 87., [Ban Diego 2o
New York, May 11.—Mining shares were as
Alice 1.50 Occidental 1.95
Atchison 1.50 Sutter Creek... 1.10
Adamscon 1.75 Gould <Si Curry . 3.50
Kurcka. Con.. .. 3.75 Bale ,fc Norcross 3.50
Aspen 4.00 Homestake 9.00
Bodte 1.20 Horn Silver..... 3.05
Belle Isle 1.30 Iron Silver 1.00
Best & Belcher. 8.00 Mexican 4.75
Belcher 3.00 Mount Diablo.. 2.00
Caledonia B. 11. 1.05 Ontario 30.80
Chollar 3.70 Ophir 7.25
Colorado Con... I.oO_ Phoenix 8.80
Commonwealth. I.oo* Plymouth 1.90
Con. Calif. Va.,..17.12k Savage 3.50
Crown Point.... 2.00 Sierra Nev 4.00
Deadwood 1.00 Standard 1.00
Potosl 4.25 Union Con 4.00
Eureka 3.50 Yellow Jacket.. 2.80
N.Oommonw'lth 1.25 N. Belle Isle .. 1.00
Ban Francisco, May 11.—Following are the
Best <& Belcher. 9.00 (Potosl 4.40
Ohollar 350 Ophir 8.25
Crocker 20 Savage «. 3.00
Con. Virginia... 17.87k SlerraNevada. . 3.90
Confidence Union Con 4.50
Gould A Curry.. 3.H5 Yellow Jacket.. 3.05
Hale <b Norcross 3.70 Alpha 80
Locomotive ... .05 Andeß 4.30
Peer 20 Belcher .... 3.05
Peerless. 15 Con. Imperial.. .10
San Francisco Market Review.
San FRANClsco.Mavll.—The produce markets
are quiet and prices fairly steady. Milling
wheat is firmer with good demand for choice
grades. Shipping wheat is entirely nominul,
there being uo trade whatever. Barley ls
stronger and prices of feed descriptions linn.
Oats are firmly held; stocks moderate. Corn Is
very strong, and prices higher. There is no
change ln other cereals or mlllstufls.
On Saturday the receipts of new potitoes
were very heavy, and prices have taken a down
ward tendency. Old potatoes continue weak
and neglected, and threaten to lower the in
quiry for old.
Onions have fallen away; new ones are plen
tiful but prices are low.
The fruit trade in general is gold. Strawber
ries aie firm, and slightly higher. Black cher
ries are in active demand, and heldatgocd
prices. White and red varieties are rather neg
lected, because of poorer quality. Oranges, se
lected sizes, sell at fancy prices, and are none
too common grades are drag
Receipts of early vegetables are quite large.
There is little material change in prices. The
demand for asparagus is fairly good. Green
peas are in over-supply and weaker ln price.
String beaus are a trifle lower and coming in
in good supply.
San Francisco. May 11.— Apples: $1.75®
$2.50 per box for common to good: $1.50®2.50
Barley—No. lfeed. $1.40®*1.47,1,.
Barley brewing [email protected]
Bran—l 4 50®15.00 per tou.
Wheat—Milling, No. 1 ship
ping, [email protected])^.
Flour—Family extras, $5.25®55.50; Superfine,
Hay—Wheat, [email protected]; oat, [email protected];
clover, $8.50®511.50; wild oats, [email protected]; bar
ley, 12®15; alfalfa, [email protected]
Butter—Fair to choice [email protected]
Eggs—California ranch, 20®22c.
Lemons—Sicily $0.00®56.50; Riverside, $2.00
53.00; Los Angeles, $1.50®2.50
Limes— Mexican, $7.00®7.C0; California, 50
@95c for small andsl.so®l.7sfor large boxes.
Mutton —B®9c per lb.
Wool—Eastern, Oregon and Washington, 14
Oranges—Riverside navels, [email protected]; Vac
avllle, 60c. per small box; Riverside seed
lings, $1.25(<*1 50; Mandarin, [email protected] per
box; Los Angeles seedlings, $1.00®1.50; nav
Raisins—London layers, [email protected] 85; three
crowu, loose, [email protected]; twocrown, do, [email protected]
Gooseberries- 40®50c per box.
Cherries—sl.oo®sl.7s per box.
Strawberries—[email protected]*7 per chest for Shnrpleas;
$7.ou(<i9 00 for Lougworths.
Cranberries—[email protected] per pound.
Onions—Red, $1.80®$2.1O; silver skins, $3.50
Honey—White comb, [email protected]; amber, [email protected]
Pears—Oregon, [email protected] per box.
Dried grapes— [email protected]'>i.
Qreeu peas— 3*(<ssoc per sack for common, and
65(0>75c for sweet.
Wax beuns—lo(i*l2c lb.
Potatoeß—New, 2%(03}-ic f, rb; old, <[email protected]
Mushrooms—[email protected] for common; 30c for
Tomatoes—Los Angeles, [email protected] per box.
Egg plant, 10®12e per lb.
Summer Squash— per pound.
Marrowfat squash—s2s(o)3o per ton.
Asparagus—[email protected] per box for ordinary,
SBI 25(0)2.00 for Alameda.
Rhubarb—so 40®0.75 pel box.
Turnips—7sc per cental.
Beets—sl per sack.
Parsnips—sl.2s per cental.
Garlic—l a2cs lb for Italian, and 10®12}*c
Dry Peppers—ls((j2oc j$ rb.
Dry Okra—2o®2sc In.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, May 11.-Wheat irregular. The
opening was about the same as Saturday's clos
ing, but quietly weakened, prices declining '£,
then advanced IJ4, receded 14, and then ad
vanced V/i, receded % and then advanced IJ4
or nearly 2 above lowest point of the day; re
ceded 1%, fluctuated, and closed }i higher than
Receipts, 922,000 bushels; shipments, 083,
Chicago, May 11.—Close: Wheat, steady;
Cash, $I.ol|<[email protected]: July, 97%<§99H0.
Corn-ateady; cash, [email protected];i; May, 61U®
621.;; July, [email protected]».
Oats—Firm: cash, 49®50; June, 50J4; July,
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS.
Ban Francisco, May 11. — Wheat steady;
buyer season, $1.72; buyer, 91, $1.73; sel
ler,'9l, after August Ist, $1.59!^.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1891.
Barley—Quiet; buyer, season, $1.45%; buy
er, '91, alter August Ist, $1.45; seller, '91,
Liverpool, May 11.—Wheat: Demand poor.
Kansas winter hard, 8s 6d per cental, steady.
Corn—Demand poor for spot and good lor fu
tures. Spot, Cs Ad per rental, steady; June,
5.4 5%d, steady; July, 5s .'.VI, steady.
New York, May 11— Petroleum : June
clisod at 71%.
Hew York. May 11.—Hops: Steady; Pacific
coast, 2.". ..,::-.:■ ,
Coffeo—Options closed dull and unchanged,
to 5 points down. Sales. 21,000 bags. June,
$17 80f(*17.8ft; July. 117.78A17.80] August,
$1~.25®17 40: September, $16 6.">i(vl6 70. Spot
Rio. firm; lair cargoes, 19%C<*'20; No. 7, IS®
Sugar—Raw quiet, lower; fair refining, 3c:
centrifugals, 96 test, BWci Muscovado, 89 test,
3c; refined unchanged.
Copper—Neglected: lake. 13.75.
Lead—Dull. Domestic, $4.25.
Tin—Easier Straits, $19.85.
Chicago, May 11.— Pork: Firm: cash,
811.42k.tiji1i.50; June, $12.00®12.05. July,
Lard- Weak; cash. [email protected]: June. $6.60
@0.07%. July, $6 60.
Chicago, May 11 -Whlskey-$1.17.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
The following report is corrected daily:
Flour—L. A. XXXX. patent roller, asked,
15.00, Capitol Mills, patent roller, asked, $5.00;
Crown, $5.90; Sperry, fS.UO.
Mill Feed—Cracked com, asked, $1.50; Crack
ed corn by the sack, $1..*0; Rolled barley,
asked 11,60; $1.50; Mixed Feed, corn $1.70
per 100 lbs: feed meal, $l.iO; bran, and
barley, $1.50: wheat, No. 1. $1.80; No. 2,
$1.10: shorts, $1.20. Small hominy, $4.
Hay—Barley, W. 8., No. 1, asked, $17 to $18;
Barley, B. R., No. I,asked $15 50; Alfalfa,
R. 11., $15.00: Alfalfa, W. 8,512t0513; Wheat,
W. B , $10.50: Oat, W. B , $14.00 to $10.00.
Potatoes—New potatoes, $1,10; Early Rose,
L. A., asked, si .on to $1.25; Early Rose, nor
thern, asked, $1.00 to $1.25; Peerless, asked,
$1.25; Oregon Burbank, asked, $1.35® $1.40;
Early Rose, seed, asked, $1.00; River Red,
asked, $1 10; Snowllake, $1.35.
Swket Potatoes—Yellow, asked, $150; Red
and white, asked, $1.25.
Gkken FituiT9 -Bananas, $2.50 to $3 00 per
bunch; Strawberries, 15c; Lemons, $2.00 to
$2.50 a box; Apples, $1.75 to $2.25, Green
Prunes, 10 to 12% c.
Butteh.—Fancy roll, per roll, asked,
40c; Choice roll," per roll, asked, 37% c: Fair,
roll, per roll, asked,27kc; Mixed Stcre, asked,
Cheese—Large, asked, 11c ; Small, asked,
11c; Small, 3d hand, asked. 14c; Eastern
Eggs.—Fresh, [email protected]
Poultry. — Hens, No. 1, per dozen,
?."< oo in, (.". ."in: old roosters, per dozen,
asked $4.50: young roosters, per dozen, bid
$5.50, asked $0.00; broilers, large, per dozen,
$4.00 to $4.00; broilers, small, per doz
en, $3.00 to ; turkeys, per pound,
l«e; ducks, large, per dozen. bid
$5.50. asked $6.50: ducks, small, per dozen,
bid $0.00 usked $7.50; geese, each, bid $1.00,
Live Stock.—Live hogs, bid , asked
Honey.—Extracted, bid , asked 6c; am
ber, bid . asked skc; comb, bid
asked 12',Jc; beeswax, bid , asked 22kc.
Onions.—6c per pound, new, 2kc; Yellow
Northern, sc; Local White, 3u.
Vegetables (mixed).—Chiles, string of sk;
lbs, bid , asked $1.00; garlic, bid ,
asked 8c; cabbage, per 100. bid , asked
Beans and Diiikd Peas.—Pink, No. 1, bid
, asked $2.70; pink. No. 1, weavely, bid
, asked 2 25; bayous, bid , asked
$4.00; Lima, bid , asked $4.00: Lima.
small, bid , asked $3.50; black eye, bid
, asked $5 00: Garavancos, bid
asked $4.00; Green Faile peas, bid asked
; Navy, bid , asked $3.50: job lots,
No. 1, bid . asked $3.00; job lots, No. 2
bid , asked .
Raisins.—Layers, asked $1.50; ex-London
lasers, new, $2.00; loose muscatels,sl.3s; blue
raisins, sc; dried grapes, 4c.
Oats.—Surprise, bid, , asked, $2.25;
feed, No. 1, bid, , asked, $2 15; feed, No.
2, bid, .askeds2.oo.
Barley.—Feed, No. 1, new bid, $1 17, asked,
Corn.—Large yellow, carload, lots, bid,
$1.17%, asked, $1.25; Egyptian, bid, , ask
ed, $1.50; small yellow, carload lots, bid,
$1.17%, asked, $1.25
Dried Fruits.—Peaches, S. D. No. 1, bid,
, asked, $0.10; peaches, S. v. No. 2, bid,
, asked, $0.08; Peaches, S. D. peeled,
bid, , asked, $0.25; Pitted Plums bid.
, asked, $0.14; pitted Plums, evaporated,
bid, , asked, $0.18; blackberries, bid,
, asked, $0.15; prunes, California French,
bid, , asked, $0.10; apricots, bid. ,
asked, $12®20; Apples, evaporated, 12kc; Sun
dried. 9c; Hunt's Alden, 13c; Sun quartered,
Nuts.—Walnuts, new, $0.08; peanuts, Cal
ifornia No. 1, $0.5; peanuts, Eastern, $0.8;
almonds, S. 8., $0.16: Almonds, II S., $0 10.
Apples.— Evaporated, asked, $0 12; Hunts's
Allen, $0.14; sun dried, $0.10; sun dried,
Wholesale Meat Market.
[Corrected daily by 8. Maier, 149 North Spring
Fresh Meats —Following are the rates for
whole carcasses from slaugterers to dealers:
Beef—First quality, se: second quality, 4to
4kc; third quality, 4 to 4kc per lb.
veal—Quotable at 6 to 7c for large and 8 to
9c per lb. for small.
Mutton—Quotable at 6®7c per lb m
Lamb—Quotable at 9 to 10c per lb.
Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium,
4 to 4%c; dressed, 6.t07 c per lb.
Hams—Rex, 13k; Crown, 14k: Lily, 14k.
Bacon—Rex, Ilk; Crown, 12k; Lily. 12k.
Lard—Refined 3s, 8%; ss, 8k; 10s, Bk.: 50s,
■8k;; tierces, 8c: pure leaf, higher all
Dried Beef Hams—l3c.
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
pursuance of an order of the superior
court of Los Angeles county, California, made
on April 23,1891, in the matter of the estate
of Jacob Hommel, deceased, the undersigned
administrator of said estate will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash, and
subject to confirmation by said superior court,
on Saturday, the 23d day of May, 1891, at the
places and hours hereinafter mentioned, all
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Lots 1, 2 and 3 of Btevens' subdivision of lots
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Hill tract, in Los Angeles city, will be sold on
Baid promises, corner of Philadelphia street
and Bellevue avenue, at 10 o'clock a.m.,? on
said May 23,1891.
The following lots situate in Los Angeles
city, viz: Lots 0, 7, 8, block 1, Rosemont
tract; the equitable interest iv lot 23, block 1,
Rosemont tract, under contract of sale from J.
H. Burks to J. 1). Fyke, dated May 11, 1887,
assigned by Fyke to Jacob Hommel, there be
ing due to said J. H. Burks upon said lot Jl6l
and interest from May 11, 1887, at 8 per cent,
Lot 20, block 33, Los Angeles Improvement
company's subdivision of part of lot 2, block
38, Hancock's survey; lot 9, block 1, Waterloo
tract: undivided one-half of lot 8, block 7,
Marathon tract; lots 8, 9, 22, block A; lot 2.
block I); lot 22, block C, and lot 27, block F, of
the Cable Road tract.
Also the following lots in East Santa Monica,
to wit: Lot 9, block 42; lot 41, block 38; lot 1,
block 32, will be sold ln Los Angeles city, Los
Angeles county, in front of the county clerk's
office, at the old court house, at the hour of 12
m., on said May 23,1891.
Terms and conditions of sale: Cash, lawful
money of the Uuited States: 10 per cent, of the
purchase money to be paid to the auctioneer
on the day of sale, balance on confirmation of
sale by said superior court; deed at expense of
purchaser. W. H. WATERS,
Administrator of the Estate of Jacob Hommel,
C 6 fl £(.'(1
Dated April 29, 1891. 4-30 td
E. W. HoPPERSTBAD. J. A. DKNICK.
E. W. HOPPERSTEAD & CO.,
Successors to Gust. Knecht,
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND CUTLERY,
Wholesale and Retail,
123 West Third street, between 'Main and
Spring, Los Angeles, Cal.
Diamond Festus Razors, Tailors' Shears,
Barbers' Furniture, Decorating and Burning,
Grinding by steam power, China Mug Decorat
ing. 4-12-3 m
NOVELTY * T H EATER.ft—
North Main, near First Street.
10c —Amusement for the Masses—2oc
--2 OF PROGRAMME!
Three Solid. Hours of Fun !
Admission, 10c: Reserved Seats, 20c.
Doors Open at 7:30, Performances al 8.
LOSI OS ANGELES THEATRE.
j H. (;. Wyatt. Manager.
A G BEAT EVENT!
Five Nights and Saturday Matinee, beginning
TUESDAY, MAY 12.
Bronson Howard's Masterpiece and Greatest
Success of t),is Decade.
The best American play ever written, with
Original New York cast, as played by this
company 350 times in New York.
"Should be seen by every American citizen."
—General William T. Sherman.
SEATi NOW ON SALE.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
McLain & Lehman, Managers.
5-NIGHTS-5 £»p-NO MATINEE.
Commencing Mouday May 11th
The Celebrated Comedienne,
MISS VERNONA JARBEAU!
In her brilliant Musical Comedy,
** STARLIGHT! ♦ *
Supported by her own company of Comedy and
New Songs! New Faces! New Dances!
New Costumes! New Music! New Sayings!
New Funny Situations I
New Gavotte by Handsome Girls Beautifully
Tho hit of the season, Miss Jarbeau's new songs,
"WINK THE OTHER EYE!"
"IT'S THE SAME THING OVER AGAIN!"
Jeff D. Bernstein. Prop'r and Manager.
Q.RAND OPERA HOUSE.
BENEFIT OF THE Y. M. C. A. GYMNASIUM!
Under the auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary,
Tuesday™ j MAY 18 and 19
GOLDEN HAIR and THE THREE BEARS!
CHORUS OF 70 CHILDREN !
FOREST QUEEN! ANCIENT BARD!
WOODLAND GUARDS! NYMPHS!
WILL 'O THE WISP, HTC.
Admission, 50c: Children under 12, half
price. Reserved seats can be procured with
out extra charge at Brown's music store, 111 N.
Spring St., on and after Tnursday, May 14th.
rpHE NEW VIENNA BUFFET.
j THE ONLY FAMILY RESORT ;
114 and 110 COURT ST.. opp. Courthouse.
F. KERKOW, Proprietor.
Free Entertainment and Concert Nightly.
Matinee on Wednesday from 2 to 4.
MISS MARY JENASKY, Directress and Virtuoso
For one week only, the greatest novelty
. of Paris, ,
L'AMPHITITE, the Angel of the Air!
Fine Lunch and FrenchDinnersfrom 11 to 3 p.m.
Imported Pilsner Erlanger.
Lemp's Extra Pale on draught. 4-29 lm
ANHEUSER-BUSCH CONCERT HALL,
403 N. Main street.
Every Evening by
MISS ADELE GREVE'S LADIES' ORCHESTRA.
Anheuser-Busch Beer on draft, 5 cents.
Karle Dutzler & Co., E. L. Sieweke,
4-8-tf Proprietors. Manager.
Corner First and Spring Sts.
The most Magnificent and Popular Resortln
CELEBRATED PHILHARMONIC SOLOISTS
In connection with the most celebrated
CELLO-:- PLAYER-:- MEYER,
Every night from 8 to 12.
Commercial Lunch every day from 11 to 2
o'clock. Dining room open day and night.
JOSEPH SCHURTZ, PROPRIETOR.
J OS ANGELES NATATORIUM
NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON !
: WAIJM SWIMMING BATHI :
Hot and Cold Baths for Ladies and Gentlemen
in Porcelain Tubs at all hour*.
Large Dressing Room in connection with
W. J. McCALDIN, Pres't and Manager.
MANAGER MEINE BROS. ORCHESTRA
Has moved back into the city, and is now going
to attend to business very closely. I have opened
OFFICE AT NO. 868 S. MAIN ST., OPPOSITE
I can furnish First-class Mus!c for Balls, Par
ties, Soirees, Receptions. Can furnish anynum
ber wanted. 4-22-1 m
W. L. DOUGLAS
ffc f% tt\m 1 M*** W and other sneclal
rhjS anUt ties for Gentlemen,
■ mm Ladles, etc., are war
ranted, and so stamped on bottom. Address
VV. L. DO VOL AS, Brock too, Mass. Sold by
MASSACHUSETTS SHOE HOUSE,
139 West First Street, Lob Angeles.
On tho Seven Great Civilizations '. j
Mcosianic Republic, with its ?V> "- o
I "SOB THE KINGDOM IS AT HAND—THE
" liible is right when measured by science.
Dr. Sivartha will givea course of five scien
tific and religious lectures, commencing on
Tuesday evening, May 13. 1891, at Temper
ance Temple, corner of Temple street and
Broadway. Los Angeles, Cal.
The great paintings of the New Jerusalem,
showing Its sates, temple and mansions as we
shall build them, will be exhibited at these
lectures. The only representations of the com
ing city ever painted.
Admission to the course, $1.
Single lecture, 25c,
Tickets for sale al 357 8. Spring st., Temper
ance Temple and Eastern Shoe Store, No. 150
N. Spring st.. and at Gordon & Gordon's, 294
Howard Bt , Pasad na.
On Thursday evening next. May 14th, Mrs.
8. S. Ltghtfoot will lecture to lanies only on the
laws of health. Her lectures will be illustrated
by life size diagrams and stereoptican views.
Other ladies and physicians will arMie-s the
Lecture commences at 7:30.
Admission free. 5-1 24t
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
TTITILLIAM RENNY WATSON, PLAINTIFF,
VV vs. Duarte Hotel Company (a lorporation)
and A. S. Baldwin, defendants.
Sheriffs sale No. 14,602.
Order of sale and decree' of foreclosure and
Under and by virtue of an order of fnle and de
cree of foreclosure and sale, issued outof the Su
perior Court of the County of Los Angeles, of tbe
State of California, on the 24th day of April,
A. D. 1891, in the above entitled action, wherein
William Renny Wataon, the above named
plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of
foreclosure and sale against Duarte Hotel
Company (a corporation) et al., defend
ants, on the 17th day of April, A. D.
1891, for the sum of $5324.04 gold coin
of the United States, which said decree was on
the 20th day of April, A. D. 1891, recorded
in judgment book 25 of said court, at page 255,
I am commanded to sell all that certain lot,
piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and
being ln the said county of lx>s Angeles, state
of California, and bounded and described as
The premises known, designated and delin
eated as block B of the Bonnie Highland tract
upon the map of said trac), recorded in book
15, page 59, Miscel.aneous iteeorde iv the of
fice of the County Recorder of said county of
Los Angeles, State of California, on which prem
ises are situated the buildings known as the
Together with all ani singular the tene
ments, hereditaments and appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper
Public notice is hereby given, that on Friday,
the 22d day of • May, A. D. 1891, at 12
o'clock M. of that day. in front of the Court
House door of the County of Los Angeles,
1 will, in obedience to said order of sale
and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the
above described property, or so much there
ofas may be necessary to satisfy said judgment,
with interest and costs, etc., to the highest ana
oest bidder, for cash, gold coin of the United
Dated this 27ih day of April, 1891.
E. D. GIBSON,
Sheriff of Los Angeles County.
By F. C. llannon, Deputy Sheriff
Lee & ocott, attorneys for plointift'. 4-28 Tv
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE
of California, in and for the county of Los
Christopher C. Prentice, plaintiff, vs. Annie
Action broueht in the superior court of the
state of California, in and for the county of
Los Angeles, and the complaint filed in said
eouutv of Los Angeles, ln the office;of the clerk
of said superior court.
The people of the state of California send
greeting to Annie Prentice, defendant.
You are hereby required to appear in an ac
tion brought against you by the above named
plaintiff in the superior court of the state of
California, in and for Los Angeles county, and
to answer the complaint filed therein, within
ten days (exclusive of the day of service), after
the service on you of this summons, if served
within this county; or, if served elsewhere,
within thirty days, or judgment by default 111
be taken against you according to the pray< i of
The said action is brought to obtain a j
mentand decree of this court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony now existing between the
plaintiff and the defendant, on the ground of
defendant's willful desertion of plaintiff; also
for general relief, ns more full> appears in the
complaint on file, to which special refereniv is
And you are hereby no'ifled that if you fr,i' to
appear and answer the *uid complaint as above
required, the said plaintiff will cause your
default to be entered, and will apply to the
court for the relief therein demanded.
Given under mv hand and the seal of the
superior court of the state of California, in
and for the county of Los Angeles, this ffrstday
of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-one.
IsbalJ T. H. WARD, Clerk.
By D. E. Adams, Deputy Clerk.
Imlorsid: Julius Lyons, attorney for plaintiff,
room 6, Allen block, Los Angeles.
Apr 7-Tues. lot
ESTATE OF GEORGE WILSHIRE,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY THE
undersigned, executors of the last will and
testament of George Wilshire, deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having claims
against the said deceased, to exhibit them with
the necessary vouchers, within ten months
after the first publication of this notice, to the
said executors, at the office of Lee & -cott,
No. 21 Temple block, in the city of Los An
geles, State of California, the same being the
place for the transaction of business of the
estate of said deceased. SS?
GEORGE P. WILSHIRE,
Executors of the last will and testament of
(ieorge Wilshire. deceased.
Dated April 24, 1891. 4-26-30t
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
SAN BERNARDINO AND EASTERN RAlL
way company—The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the San Bernardino and East
ern Railway company will be held at the office
of the company, in the cltv of Los Angeles, on
Thursday, May 14, 1891, at 11 o'clock a.m., to
elect a board of directors for the ensuing year,
and to transact such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
FRANK H. PATTEE, Assistant Secretary.
Los Angeles, Cal., April 28, 1891. 4-28 td
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COM
pany—The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Southern California Railway
Company will be held at the office of the com-
S any, In the city of Los Angeles, on Thursday,
fay 14,1891, at 10 o'clock a.m„ to elect a
board of directors for the ensuing year, and to
transact such other business as may properly
oome beforerthe meeting.
FRANK H. PATTEB. Assistant Secretary.
Los Angeles. Cal., April 28,1891. 4-38 td
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