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FINANCE AND TRADE.
EXCHANGE review. New York, Oct. 8. —The stock market today opened strong, with prices small fractions bet ter than last night's close; fluctuated consider ably during the dRy, but never got far from the opening prices, and closed quiet und rather heavy, generally at insignificant changes from opening figures, as well as from last night's closing figuret. Government bonds steady. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, Oct. B—Money on call easy; closed offered at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, o(g>7% per cent. Sterling Exchange—Steady; bo-day bills, $4.7!>! 2 , demand M.p.'t'.,. London, Oct. 8, 4 p. m.—Closing consols, money. 94 11-16; do account, 94? i; U. 8. 45,. 1120: do 4HB, $103. Money-J£@l par cent. BAR SILVER. New York, Oct. B.—Bar silver, per oz., 96J4C London, Oct. B.—Bar sliver, 44 r ; B d per tnnce. Ban Francisco, Oct. B.—Bar sliver, 96}' 2 ' @96% c per ounce. San Francisco, Oct. B.—Mexican dollars, 77Vi@77&c. STOCKS AND BONDS. NBW Yobk, Oct. B.—Closing quotations were as follows: O. 8.45. Reg U6W|N. Y. Central... .110 D. 8. 4s. c0up...116i- 4 joregon Imp't 21 U. 8. 2s. Reg Navigation 78 Pacific 6s lllHjOregonShortLine 24 Atchison 4'l'4 N. American 19% Canada Pacific... 88k Pacific Mall 37 Canada Sou 5H;)i j Reading 4.0% Central Pacific... «3 |Rio GrandeWst'n. 40 Burlington 98 Preferred 72 Lackawanna 41% Do. firsts 70% Denver AR.G.pfd 49% Rock Island 82k Erie 21 St. Paul 74H Kan. A Texas.... 17% St. Paul A Omaha 34J4 Lake Shore 124* Terminal 13% L. A N 80% Texas Pacific 14W Mich. Central....! Oik Union Pacific... 415? Missouri Pacific.. 59%jU. S. Express.... 57 Northern Pacific. 28%: Wells, Fargo & Co. 138 N. P. Preferred.. 75W Western Union... 82% Northwestern 110%|Am. Cotton 0i1... 25 N. W. Preferred.. 137 I Lead Trust 16% Boston, Oct. 8. -Closing prices: A. AT. R. R 44<4|«ex. Cent. Com. 29% Burl. A qulnoy. ..98 |San Diego 18 MININQ SHARES. NbwYork, Oct. B.—Mining shares were as follows: Alice 1.50 Mexican 2.60 Aspen 3.00 Ontario 38.50 Chollar 1.40 Ophir 3.50 Crown Point ... 1.40 Plymouth 2.25 Con. Calif. Va.,.. 0.12% Savage 2.70 Deadwood 1.00 Sierra Nev 2.40 Hale & Norcross 1.45 Standard 1.40 Homestake 10.50 Union Con 2.10 Horn Silver 3.35 Yellow Jacket.. 1,60 Iron Silver 1.20 Ban Francisco, Oct. B.—Following are the closing prices Belcher 1.40 Peer 10 Best & Belcher. 3.00 Peerless 05 Ohollar 1.45 Potosi 2.55 Crocker 05 Ophir 3.75 Con. Virginia... Savage 2.85 Confidence 3.50 Sierra Nevada... 2.45 Gould & Curry.. 1.85 Union Con 2.45 Hale & Norcross 1.50 Yellow Jacket.. 1.65 San Francisco Markets. YEOETABLB6, Lima beans—3c per lb.; string beaue, 2d. Green corn-&o@7se pur box. Cucumbers—3oosoc per box. Tomatoes—ls(jp2sc per box. Egg plant, 50<X#<>0 perbox. Carrots—Feed, 50@75c. Beets—sl per sack. Parsnips—?l.2s per cental. Cabbsgo—4o;»soc. Cauliflower—7sc per doz. Dry Otra—2o@2sc lb. FRUIT. Quinces—3o@soc per box. Grapes— 25(540c per box for Sweetwater, 30c. @50c for Muscat; 20@50c for black; Tokay, 40 @75c; Isabella, 50@75c; wive grapes, $B.oo® 13 00 per ton. . Peaches- 25(<450e per box. Plums—3s@(ioc per box. Raspberries—?7(<to per chest. Pears—ls@soc per box: Bartletts, (iOc@sl. California Lemons—sl.so®s per box for com mon to choice. Pineapples—H.oo@?s.oo per doz. DRIED FRUIT. Apricots—Bleached, s@Bc per lb.; do. sun dried, 3@4c. Peaches—Peeled, evaporated,] per lb; sun-dried, 3@sc; bleached, 4(<p6c. Grapes— 2%@3c per. lb. Plums—Pitted, s(fi)6}4.c; unpitted, 2@3e. Prunes—4^@*ic.; German prunes, 4c. Pears —Evaporated, o@7c; sliced, 4@sc; quar tered, 3®4c. Nectarines—Red, 3@4ci white, s@oc. Figs—Pressed, unpressed, 3@4c. Raisins—Layers, fancy, $1.50@1.U0 per box; choice, $firstname.lastname@example.org; fair to good, U.oo@l 25, with usual advance for fractional boxes; Mus 75@90c per box, and 4c per lb. for sacks. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Oct. B.—Wheat opened unsettled, and higher than closing Tueßday, but realizing at the start carried prices down %($ %c; then rallied irregularly again weak ened, prices declining lc, ruled unsettled, and closed lc higher than Tuesday. Receipts, 403,000 bushels; shipments, 329,000 bushels. Chicago, Oct. B.—Close: Wheat, steady: Cash,97c; December, 9 9%(5.99%c : Mav,s 1.05 %. Corn-Easier; October, 534fi'852U; May, 42f»42Uc. Oats—Steady; cash, 26Uc; November, 27% c ; May, 31c Rye- Steady, 95% c. Barley-Firm, 60@61c. other grain markets. San Francisco, Oct 8. — Wheat, dull; buyer season, $1.81%: buyer '91,51.74 H. Barley —Inactive; buyer, season, $I.lBJ^. Corn—l.3s Liverpool, Oct. B—Wheat, demand lair. No. 2 red winter, 8s 2d per cental, firm; No. 2 red spring, 8b ll%o\. Corn—Demand good for spot and fair for fu tures. Spot, 5s 8d.%. steady; October, 5s steady: November, 5s 7d, steady; December, 5s steady. Petroleum. New York, Oct. B.—Petroleum closed at 63%. General markets. Nkw York, Oct. B.—Hops: Easy; Pacific coast, 13® 10. Coffee—Optionß opened weak. Closed steady, unchanged. Bales, 44,250 bags. October, $11 30(3)11.50; November, $10.50®10.65; De cember,slo.4s®lo.6o; January, $10 35(310.50. March, $email@example.com Spot Rio dull. No. 7, 12%@V*Xc. Sugar—Raw, demand firmer; refined firm, good demand. Conner—Heavy: lake, October and November, 12.25. Lead—Nominal. Tin—Steady; Straits, $20.10. Chicago, Oct. B.—Pork quiet; cash $0.75 January, $12. 32%. Lard—Steady; cash, $6.t>7X; January, $6.80 @ti.B2H. Shoulders—s6.2s®6.4o. Short clear—s7.4o®s7.so. Short ribs—Steady; $6.95®7.00 Chicago, Oct. 8 —Whiskey—sl.lß. My own family medicine—Simmons' Liver Regulator.—Key. Jas. M. Rollins, Fairfield, Va. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. CORRECTED DAILY. IThese quotations are furnished by the Los Angeles Farming and Milling company, corner Commercial and Alameda streets. I Wheat- Good demand, $1.80; No. 2, $1.60. Oats—California. $1.50. Flour—Demand steady. Extra Capitol Mills, roller process, $5.40 per bbl; Los Angeles xxxx, roller piocess, $5.40; Pioneer and Crown, $5.75; Sperry's Family, $0.;75 Full Superfine, $3.75. Mill Feed—Bran, $23.00; shorts, $25.00; cracked, ground and rolled barley, $1.15; cracked corn, $1.25; mixed feed, corn and barley, $1.25; feed meal, $1.25; 611 cake meal, $2.50. Bekd—Alfalfa, B%c; mustard, 3%c. Barley—Fair demand; whole, $1.10; rolled $1.15 Corn—Carload lots, $I.JO. Grain Bags—M. B. 22x35. 7@9c; 1883, Cal cutta spot, 3%c: potato sacks, 4c; mill sacks, Be, country produce. (Corrected by Mathews Bros., 149 North Los Angeles street.] Poultry—Hens, $5.00@5 25 per doz.; old roosters, $4.00; young roosters, $4 .su@s 00; broilers, large, $firstname.lastname@example.org; medium, $2.50; small, $2;turseys, live, 15(8U7c per lb; dressed, ; ducks, large, $4.00@55 00 per doz; small, $3.75; geese, Toulouse, $2.00 per pair; com mon, 75c; doves, 65c per doz : hares, $110; rabbits,sl.oo. Eggs—California ranch, 31@32c; Eastern 25 ®2be. Butter—Fair supply ;fresh roll,fancy, 00®62 Ser roll; good to choice, 50@55c; CaUfornia rkin, fancy 30c per lb; Eastern creamery, 300 per lb. Cheese—Good supply. California Ranchito, ll%c per lb; Eastern, 12}$®13c; Young Amer ica, 12% c; Adamitos hand, 13% c: half cream cheese, B®B^c. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD FRipAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1891. Onions—New, 90c. New Potatoes—Pink eyes, 65c per sk. Early Rose, 60c; Bnrbanks, —. Beans—Bmall Navy, $email@example.com: Lima, Vl.oo® *3.35; pink, $firstname.lastname@example.org; red, $3.25; Bayous, $4 50(35; Garvanzoe, $5_5.50. Beeswax—24®26e. LOS ANOELRS HAY MARKET. Barley hay. good baled, $iO@ll per ton; alfalfa hay, good baled, $9(_10 per ton; oat bay, good baled, $10 per ton. PROVISIONS. The following quotations are furnished by W. H. Maurice, 146 North Los Angeles street: Hams—Rex brand, 13c; Lilly, 14% c. Bacon—Hex brand, i4c%; Lilly, medi um bacon, 12c; pigs feet, half bbl., $6.00; quarter bbls, $3.10. Lard—Rex brand, tierces, B%c; 50's, 9c; 2059%: 10"s 9%: s's 9%e; 3's, 9^c. Special Brand—(Absolutely pure) about 2c in advance of these prices. Dried Bee?—l6o. FRUITS AND NUTS. IThese reports are furnished and corrected daily by Germain Fruit company, corner Los Angeles and Commercial streets.] Lemons—Lisbon, sweated, $4.50; Eureka, $3.75: uncured, $2.75r<«53,00 doz. Pineapples—s3.so @ $5.00 per doz. Tomatoes—soc perbox. Peaches— l%(sic per lb. Apricots—Dried, 6%ft97c Honey—Extracted, 50-rb tins, new, s@o%c. Raisins—London layers, $email@example.com; Sultana seedless, 7W@Bc per lb.; loose Muscatels, $1.25 @1.50. Nuts—Large pecans, 16c; Brazils, 10@l2c: almonds, soft shell, 18@19c; paper shell, 19@ 20c; hard shell, 10c; walnuts, L. A., 8c; L. N., 9c; soft shell, 10@10%c; filberts, 12%@14c; peanuts, California, 0%@0%c; eastern, Be. French Prunes—Evaporated, 10@12J<o. Apples—Evaporated, 8.912 c, Bananas—Honduras via New Orleans, $2.00 @2.50. A medicine indorsed and used by physicians and druggists—Simmons Liver Regulator. Wholesale Meat Market. [Corrected daily by 8, Maier, 149 North Spring street. ] Fresh Meats—Following are the rates for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers: Beef—Flist quality, 5%c; second quality, 4%c to sc. Veal—Quotable at 7 to 8c for large and 8 to 9c per lb. for small. ti utton—Quotable at 7@Bc per lb, Lamb—Quotable at 10c per lb. Pork—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, medium, 5c per lb. An Example of Versatility. Colonel John Hay is an example of versatility which the United States rare ly affords in its citizens. He has been successful in literature in three branch es—as a poet, as the author of a charm ing book of travel and in collaboration with Mr. Nicolay as an historian. In statesmanship, too, Mr. Hay won laurels. Beginning his career as a pri vate secretary of President Lincoln he has served as secretary of state and min ister plenipotentiary. Colonel Hay is wealthy and lives in an enviable style in his own house at Washington, which is said to be one of Richardson's masterpieces. In appear ance Colonel Hay is a gentleman of fine figure of the medium height. His whis kers and mustache, which are gray, he keeps cropped short. He wears eye glasses, but not, be it understood, for shortsightedness, for the colonel is no longer a young man. A Word About Church fairs. The humorists have had their innings and made many jokes about the devices common at some church fairs for the raising of money. The serious side of the situation is presented in a letter re cently written by Cardinal Manning. He says: "All my life long I have done my utmost to prevent the holding of bazaars, lotteries and raffles for works of charity or religion. It seems to me that our Lord's works ought to be'done in our Lord's way—that is, for his sake and with the purest motive. Anything of self or of the world mixing in so far destroys the purity of the motive, and, as St. Paul says of charity, may reduce them to nothing. We are all in danger of their lower motives, and we certainly ought not to encourage them." 58Two hundred and thirty miles have been ridden on a bicycle without dis mounting. If you have over indulged iv eating or drink ing take a dose of Simmons Liver Regulator. j SCOTT'S I EMULSION i i i DOES CURE CONSUMPTION In its First Stages. i Be sure you get the genuine. S j NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. OH. CHURCHILL, PLAINTIFF, VS. CUT • ler Arnold, Emily H. Arnold (his wife), J. M. Taylor and Ingram P. Taylor, defendants. Sheriff's sale, No. 14,957. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale issued out of the Superior Court of the county of Los Angeles, of the State of California, on the Bth day of October, A. D, 1891, iv the above entitled action, wherein O. H. Churchill,, the above named plaintiff, obtained a judgment and de cree of foreclosure and sale against Cutlir Arnold etal, defendants, on the 22d day of September, A. D. 1891. for the sum of $8569 50 gold coin, which (.aid decree was, on the Bth day of October, A. D. 1891, recorded in judgment book 30 of said court, at page 60, I am commanded to sell all those certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the said county of Los Aneeles, Slate of California, and bounded and described as follows: Lots numbered 2,3, 4, 5, of J. G. Miller and I. G. Bigler's subdivision in the city of Pasa dena, as per mai> recorded in book 14, page 23, miscellaneous records of said county; also in the town of Long Beach, in said county, tho following described real property, to-wit: Be ginning at a point 50 feet east from the north west cornerof lot (1), block (90), in said town as per map recorded in book 7, page (91), mis cellaneous records of said county, runuing thence south (100) feet across lots one. three, five and seven; thence esst (42) feet; thence north (100) feet; thence west (42) feet to the place of beginning, and being a part of lots one, three, five and seven, block (90) Together with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, the 31st day of October, A. D. 1891, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, in frout of tbe courthouse door of the county of Lob Angeles, Broadway entrance, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder, for cash, fold coin. Dated this Bth day of October, 1891. E. D. GIBSON, Sheriff of Los Angeles county. By F. C. Hannon, Deputy Sheriff. C. W. Pendleton, attorney for plaintiff 10 0 Frl« Has the largest Beet Sugar Factory and Refinery in the world and the United States Experiment Station is located here. This celebrated ranch ia the property of Mr. Richard Gird and contains about 60,000 acres; 16,U00 acres of it lias been put in the market m tracts to suit, bounded by Pomona, Ontario and Riverside, places noted for fruit culture, beauty, etc. 10,000 acres of artesian water lands, which will produce alfalfa, corn, beets, etc., without irrigation. The beat artesian water is provided for deciduous fruit and choipe orange lands. Excellent well water is abundant at from Bto 25 feet deep. The land is porous, smooth, unbroken and ready for the plow. The crop needs no housing, sacking or boxing, or holding for market. With right tillage, the yield is large and profits sure. Wherever in Europe or the United States this industry has been established, land has quadrupled in value, and the people greatly prospered. Seed furnished at cost on trust till sale of beets, use of seed drills free; special implements at cost; experienced sugar beet farmer on the ground to freely give correct instruction. Buy land where you won't have to wait FIVE LONG YEARS for your treec to commence giving you"a"Tupport, go to(Jhino, where you can gettrTeHaegt lands in the world lor all kinds ol fruits. Raise beets between the rows and get your caHh for I hem 111 live months, and yon can earn Irom to ijilliO per acre, and the price of beets is established beforehand and not subject to any market fluctuations. This is the chance of yourjjfe. 3000 acres of beets raised this year, and a contracTTTtrTthe Messrs. Oxnard Beet to acres of beets in 5 years. They will double thecapacity if you raise the beets. Where on earth are you oll'ereil such inducements and such returns in the same length of time ? Wipes, $50 to $250 per acre; easy terms. THE "TOWN OF CHINO Is a rapidly growing business point situated near the center of the great Cbino ranch; has daily mails, the great Sugar Factory, and W. F. Co.'a express, two railways connecting at Ontario with the Southern Pacific main line, telegraph, telephone, best of water under fire pressure, etc., and is surrounded for miles by the richest land in the world. Lands ant' lots for sale at reasonable prices on moderate terms. Title, U. S. PATENT. For further information address J. G. McMICHAEL, General Agent, No. 103 South Broadway, I,os Angeles, f RALPH E. HOYT, 53 Dearborn St., Room 29, Chicago, 111. S. W. HOLSINGER, Chino, Cal. W. K. GIRD, Chino Office, Ontario, Cal. BRANCH OFFICES ■ ■ CHAS. HOLDEN, 36 and 38 Monroe st., Grand Rapids, GEORGE EAKINS, No. 616 Chestnut st.,rhiladelphia,Pa. C. O. GREEN, Palestine, Texas. .S. GOLDER, Busten, Notts, England. TROY LAUNDRY, Works, 571, 57.1 tod 575 North Main Street, Telephone No. 46 MAIN OFFICE, UNDER LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPRING STREETS Dress Shirts and Lawn Tennis Suiu^ VOLUNTARY TESTIMONIALS GIVEN TO won! The Eminent Chinese Physician. Dr. Woh's life work has been from early youth one of persistent and untiring observation, study and investigation, as fully as lay in his power to perfect him self in all branches of the art of healing human sickness and disease. Born in China, of influential parents, of a family whose ancestors have been for genera tions deservingly renowned as leading physicians, Dr. Woh naturally followed in the footsteps of his fathers. In China he has practiced his profession for several years, being at one time a physician iv the Imperial Hospital, and in America for a long time his great number of patients, his wonderful and many cures, and the great list of letters from grateful and thankful patrons now prove him to be a remarkable and Bu-cessful healer of nickness and all diseases. ~j,„( . h Dr. Woh was recommended to me by a friend. For many years I have been troubled with T nad beeu trouuled j or years w ith indigestion, lung disease, which finally ended iv asthma causlng fearful headaches and vertigo, maktn« and consumption. • my ute 01ie of misery. I tried and paid the I consulted with the best physicians I could best pri y sicians without relief. Finally, to find, but they did me no benefit, but on the please my friend, I visited Dr. Woh at his of• contrary I got worse and worse, until 1 was told Joe, and he advised with mo and gave me by one of them I could not recover. Dr. woh me( ii c i n es. This was but six weeks ago. To took me iv this condition. He has in two day I Can gladly and slnoerely say that he has months' time entirely cured me. 1 m o!it entirely cured me cordially recommend DUB to all sufferers. ' CHARLES HEII.MANN, „„„ „ ~ MRS. F. WEBBEL, April 3,1891. 331 Court St., L. A., Cal 325 Boyd St., Los Angeles, Cal. r May Ist, 1891. I have tried many doctors for heart disease, For 3 years I have been troubled with terrible but have derived no benefit until Dr. Woh, the cramps ann pains in my abdomen, and with Chinese physician, of Los Angeles city, pre dropsical swellings of my feet and limbs. I en- scribed for me. deavored in every way to find relief but /ailed, Two months ago I began his treatment, ufl 1 'until four weeks ago I began using Dr. Woh's can now certify that he has done meir medicines. Now lam perfectly well and cured good. I recommend Dr. Woh to my friends a of a sickness of three years's standing Ido an able doctor. recommend Dr. Woh to all mv sick friends. P. K.KINU, MISS JESSIE M. FIELD, Justice of the Peace, June 10, 1891. San Bernardino, Cal. Burbank, Cal. Dr. Woh has hundreds of similar testimonials, but space alone prevents further publication ef them here. .„,.., = Dr. Woh is the oldest and best-known Chinese Physician in Southern California. His many cures have been remarkable, involving Female Troubles, Tumors and every form of disease. All communications will be regarded as strictly confidential. . _ . ... _„ Free consultation to every one, and all are cordially Invited to call upon Dr. Woh at his office, 227 SOUTH MAIN STREET, Between Second and Third streets. 4-5-su-tu-th-sa Loa Angeles, Cal. ~ I>VERS AND BUILDING AND LOAN. 27* S, main —— XT street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 ti U£d^i^ v dy^W now open. H T. HAZARD, President; WM. IVI 2*l Franklin st Fine dyeing and clean- MEAD, Seoretary. 209 S. Broadway. 920 lm tag. 1-13-tI SPECIAL. FAST TRAIN. PERRIS WItTTCELEBRATE THE COMPLETION OF ITS IRRIGATION SYSTEM. THE ONION OF BEAR VALLEY WAP AND PERRIS VALLEY LAND, The pressure pipe line carrying water from the Great Bear Valley Reser voir, in San Bernardino Mountains, to the Perris Irrigation District, over forty miles in length, has been completed and the people of Perrib Valley will celebrate the important event by holding a °<JGRAND WATER FESTIVAL !l» AT PERRIS, CALIFORNIA, ON FRIDAY, OCT. 9„ 1891. Speeches by eminent orators and irrigationists of this State. Public test of the Perris Water System. Free game dinner served by the ladies of Perris Valley. Music by the handsomely uniformed Valley City Band, of Perris. Free carriages to visit gold mines, sulphur wells, and other points of interest. Grand ball in the evening, for benefit of the band. Best hunting in Southern California. Bring your guns along. SPECIAL. * EXCURSION * TRAIN FROM LOS ANGELES, RIVERSIDE AND SAN BERNARDINO. Excursion Rates from all Other Points on the Southern California Railroad JOIN WITH US IN THE CELEBRATION OF THIS GRAND ACHIEVEMENT! See the First Irrigation District in San Diego county to secure water under the Wright Act., bee the Valley where Water has increased the Value of Land Two Hundred feb cent. bee the Lively, Prosperous Town of Perris that has doubled in population within a single year. See ihe only place 1h Southern California where Orange and Fruit Land with a gilt-edge water right can be bought at $50 to $80 per acre. See the Sparkling Fountains! See the Growing Town! See the Lovely Valley! Trains leave First-street depot at 8 a.m. Return same day. Bound trip, $2.35. 10-1 7t Apply SANTA FE OFFICE. I WE HAVE IN STOCK THE HEW 5q I Is. HALL f|i U J SIEWII; Pq Built for long usage % £ CO Iy —\ k_j And large surfaces. 525 »-> LIJ £ i-J hH Just as o S pH P_4 Easy-running r>~| 2 j_H ► And convenient § £ *—> As the £ Ordinary house % Z Sweeper, yet % £ ►—j Twice its length and 7 Strength, and « CO § r-H Durability. bp O Try one, « Orange Land! $ioo per acre! 5 miles north of Riverside! 4 miles west of San Bernardino! On the main lines of the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe railroads! Soil —Rich sand loam and disintegrated granite! Altitude —1300 feet above sea level, and 400 feet above Riverside! PLENTY OF WATER I The home of the Orange and Lemon. Unexcelled] for deciduous fruits, vegetables and berries! Terms easy, one-fourth cash, balance in four equal annual payments. SEMI-TROPIC LAND AND WATER CO., Rialto, Cal. L. M. BROWN, Special Agent, 213 W. First St., Los Angeles, Cal. 9-29 Boots amd Shoes Js|sd1 ——f"-*-—— MANUFACTURED BY j ~^f\ JAMES MEANS & CO.ofS/ jjj w . BOSTOM ARE A/ | UriEXGELLED . 'jP/ ©* They are made in all. yty \ STYLES, SIZES-^;/" FULL LINE OF ABOVEGOOBB FOB SALE. BY N. BENJAMIN, BOBTON 8808 STORE, Corner Main and Second, Los Angeles. KINGSTON TRACT! Magnificent Fruit Land —AT- S!OO~PER ACRE-4100 WITH WATER RIGHT. This tract is part of the famous Jurupa Ranch and lies high. It is easy of access, and ad jaceut to Riverside and Chino. The soil is a rich, sandy loam, easily worked and well adapted to citrus fruits. We are now ottering a few parcels as a starter at the above low figures, 2 inches of water going witn every 10 acres. If required, land will be set out and culti vated for non-residents for a small extra charge. Kgf TERMS—One half cash, balance in TEN YEARS at 0 per cent. FIRST CODIE FIRST SERVED 1 Pout wait till the choice pieces are gobbled and the price is raised. C. A. SHINER & CO., 10 3 lm 107 8. Broadway. NOTICE To Breeders of Horses and Cattle Exhibiting: and Intending to Sell at Our Coming Fair. E. W. NOYES & CO. Have been awarded the exclusive privilege of Relliug stuck on Fair Grounds All stock to be sold must be entered In some class. Entries open until 12 m. of opening day, viz: OCTOBER 19TH. See Secretary B. Benjamin, Lichtenbe rger Block, Main street. . No animals not entered In some class can be sold by auction on the grounds. E. W. NOYES & CO., 10-2td Auctioneers. annual Meeting of stock holders. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 6TOCR holders of The Loi Angeles Electric Com pany will be held at the company b othce. No. 218 North Main street, room 14, Los Angeles, Cal., on Tuesday, the 20th instant, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of electing a board of five directors to serve for the ensuing year and until their successors shall bave been elected and qualified, and also to transact such other business as may be presented for; their con sideration. io>*^»m ' • - <*t W. K. BLACEMAN, Sec y. Los Angeles, Cal , October 3,1891. 10-4 td 7