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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, August 2.—Stocks were duli with a heavy tone throughout the day. Ore gon Improvement was prominent, showing a sharp gain, but reacted toward the cloße. There wbb free iealizing in Union Pacific aud Western Union. The market closed aboul steady, changes in active list being generally in favor ot lower prices. Government bonds were dull and steady. Petroleum closed strong at S3]-ic. MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, August 2.—Money on call easy; per cent. Prime mercantile paper 4@G! f. Sterling exchange fairly active and steady, 94-85 for 60 day bills; +'4-87 for demand. Bar silver, 91, 7 a c San Francisco, August 2.—Silver bars, @92c. per oz. STOCKS AND BONDS. Haw York, August 2.—Closing quotations: V. S. 4s, reg 127 %\ S. Y. Central 106,; 0. 8. 4s, coup 127 ;.| Northern Pac 25! 2 D. 8. 4M reg 106" 4 Preferred 56% O. B. v\ coup . 107?i-Northwe8tern.... 112>s Pacific 6b 120 Oregon imp't 08!4 American Ex. ...108k Navigation 93k Canada Pacific... 51) _ Trans-Con ISSJi, Canada Sou 53-„ Pacific Mail 37 „ Central Pacific. .135... Reading... 64!„ Burlington 115' , Rock Island. 107k D. L. Sl W 134J 8 Bt. Paul 72% Denver&RioGr..ll9 |8t Paul & Omaha 89m Brie 26'„iSt. Louis 4 8. F. . 33k Lake Shore 95;(,iTexas Pacific 237 H LiN 61kUnion Pacific 59& Mich Central. ... 84'.,C. 8. Express 74k Missouri Pacific. 7B%Fargo 137 Kans & Texas ... 114' 1 ,, Western Union... %0% Boston, August 2.—Closing prices: AiT firßt 7b. .122 Mcx Cent c0m.... 14% A& T LandGr 78.118 MexCentlst mbs 87m A & T R R. . ■ • 88K!?an Diego L'd Co. 31% Burl & Quincy ...115Jjl mining stocks San Francisco, August 2.—The following are the closing prices: Best & Belcher. 355 Peer 45 Crocker 75 feerless 1.55 Chollar 2.50 Potosi. 2.15 Con Virginia. 9.12;;, Savage 2.85 Confidence .16 00 Sierra Nevada 2.75 Gould & Curry .3 00 Union Con 3.00 Hale Si Norcross 5.50 Yellow Jacket.. 3.80 Ophir 5.50 MINING SHARES. N«w York, August 2.—MlniDg shares closed as follows: Amador 2.00 iCon Cal 175 Con. Cal. A Va.. 900 Deadwood 1.75 Hale & Norcross 537 ffomestake . 1.05 N Belle Isle. .. 3.00 Plymouth 7.75 Silver King 2.00 1 Standard 1.05 Grain markets. DOMESTIC. San Francisco, August 2. — Wheat — Dull. Buyer '88, $1.57.' 3 per cental. Barley—lnactive. Buyer season, 99c; buyer •88, 925. per cental. Corn—Whit.', $firstname.lastname@example.org per cental; yellow, 81.27>email@example.com. Chicago, August 2.—1 p. m.—Wheat—Lower. Cash and August, 83 1 iC. par bushel; September, 83c; October, 83?gc. Corn—Lower. Cash and August, 46c. per oushel; September, 46%) .October, 55'4C. Oats—Easy. Cash and August, 2±y_c. per oushel; September, 24c ; October, 24.,0, Barley—Quiet 62c. per bushel. Bye—Firm; 47c. per bushel. FORF^y.V, Liverpool. August 2.— Wheat—Quiet. Hold ers offer moderately. Corn—Quiet. New mixed western, 4s. 7d. per cental. Live Stock. Market. Chicago, August 2.—Cattle—Receipts, 10,000. Market steady. Beeves, $6 firstname.lastname@example.org: steers. $3 r,0.<n55.90; stockers and feeders $2 25©3.50; Texas cattle $email@example.com. Lambs—Receipts, 4,000. Market steady. Na tives, $firstname.lastname@example.org: western shorn, $3.50®4.15. Texans, $3 00®3.90. Hogs-Receipts, 12,000. Market steady for good, others lower. Mixed. *email@example.com; heavy, $6.05@G65; light, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Generaljlarketi. New York, August 2.—Hops—Quiet. Califor nia, 7®l2c. Sugar—Quiet, tfngilsh Island, 88 test, 51„c.; fair refining quoted 5 3-16 c.; refined steady, "C,'"6'«.; extra "C," G%®6%c.; yellow. 6c; off. A, into.; mould A, 7\c; standard A, 7%c.; confectioner's A, 7?ic; cut loaf and crushed loaf powdered, 7,',' c; granulated, 7'i® 7%c; cubes, 7 :, 4C(g»7 , rt c. Copper—Quiei. Lake, $10.80. Lead —Easier. Domestic. $4.15. Tin—Weak; S'raits, $19 80. Coffee—Spot, fair Rio nominally at 14c ; options irregular. < losing steady. Sales, 24,000 bags. August, *10 35(410 10; September, $9.55 ®9 90; October, $<1..email@example.com. Chicago. August 2.—Whiskey—Steady; $1.20. Meats—Dry salted meat in poor request and ■prices easier, and Bhort ribs $8 37; 2 (a8.40. Pork—Higher. Cash and August, $14.72? _; September, $14.87V£. Lard—Steady. Cash and August, $8 97' i asked; September. $9 00 bid. Shouldersfirstname.lastname@example.org; short clear, $9.10 @9.20; short ribs, $8 50. California Fruit. Chicago, August 2.—Five carloads of Cali fornia-fruit were sold at the Uuion auction here to-day. Pears were in all varieties and degrees of ripeness; a great many being vtry ripe. Peaches were in fine condition and sold at handsome prices Plums and prunes suffered somewhat from the large offerings of yesterday. The prices realized were: Poars, Mountain B*rt lett. $2.90(<i,3.15; Bartlett pears, $1.55®2 98; Bickel, $email@example.com: B. Clairgeau, $1.05®1.85; $ runes, 05c@$1.00; peaches, late Crawford, I.Bo®l 90; Clingstone, $1.90(01.95; Susque hanna, $1 25(31.90: Fos.er, $1.90; Plums, yel low egg, 90e®$1.10; Magnumßonum, 65@85c; Columbia. Sol@sl.oo. At the Earl Company's auction sale two carloads were sold. 345 boxes Bartletts, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 40 boxes ditto, Badero, $1.40; Buerre Hardy pears. $email@example.com; Mus eat «rapes, (half crates) $1.90: gross prunes, rt:>c®sl.oo; Bartlett pears (half boxe3) $1.60® 1.85. DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD. Published by tlie Abstract and Title Insurance Company of I.os An. geles. Thursday, August 2, 1888, CONVEYANCES. Caroline Cope and Emily Cope to Lizzie M •Willis—S 50 feet of lot 6 block 1, Olivewood: Vkfkering Land and Water Co to Caleb Bald win, Chester P Dorland and Jno C Rust—Lot 16 block X, Pickering Land and Water Cos subd of John M Thomas Ro; $6,000. Lankershim Ranch, Land and Water Co to B •6 Hays—Lots 232, 244, 245, 250, 251 and 281, subd of E 12,000 acres of SU' of Ro Ex-Mission of San Fernando; $20,016. Ada F Barrows to Alice W Barrows—UndU int in lot 3, Krutz, Mackey & Gill subd in Longstreettract; $1,500. Robert Bartlett and F Conover te H G Har per— ljot 1, J H Fleminss subd, Pasadena; *1,800. A B Swope to O M Baldwin —Lot 7 and lot fj\_ block A, 8 Townsends subd of Summit avenue tract, Pasadena; $3,675. Etblyn T Adams and Claude T Adams to C C Boynton—Lot 8 block B, C T Adams resub of lota 7 and 8 R 9 Alhambra add tract; $1,900. L H Bixby and C C Boynton—Lot 27 Bixby tract Pasadena; $1,485. Joseph Thompson and Elizabeth Thompson to M*rv E Medberv—NW of NW. of sec 10 T 1 N R 14 W; $2,000. Ez;kiel F Euibry to George R Bowles—Lots 8 and 13 block 1 Benaett tract; $4,000. E N McDonald and H II Boyce to Lena L of lot 63, N 18.45 acres of lot 48 and NE?4 of lot 64 McDonall tract ; $7,800. Olive Milling Land and Impt CotoLSchorn —Lot 1 2 3 4 and 5 block M, Olive Heights tract Ro Santiago de Santa Ana. H G Bennett trustee to Mrs Lucy Gilmore— Lot 5 Syndicate sub of replat of McQuillings aub Pasadena; $5,000. Same to F J Gilmore—Lot 6 same sub;ss,ooo. Pacific Land Impt Co to Herman Silver- Block 71 Lordsburg; $1000. Elijah Moultou and East Side Spring Water Co to 8 P R R C 0—4.19 acres off land of grantor; #6600. Elizabeth Henderson and Halley Henderson to Pacific Impt Co—s acres ou west side of Ala medast; $10,000 J E Fulton, A M Hathaway, Fred M Hatha way and R C Carltou to same—2 tracts in sec 9 T2 S, R 13 W; $26 000. Arbelle O Blanchard and E L Blanchard to Marie H Perry—Lot 9 block B, Blanchard's BUb in lot 5 block' 73, H S; $1000. Geo E Kernaghan to Alfred Hutchins and Geo Edward Hutchins—Lots 10 11 12 13 and 14 Giendale tract; $19,125. Alfred Hutchins aud Geo Ed Hutchins to Geo Ed Hutchins—Lot 11 Giendale tract, Pasa dena; $3750. Alfred Hutchlos and George Edward Hutch Ins to Alfred Hstchins-Lots 10.12,13 and 14, Giendale tract, Pasadena; $15,375. Wm G Watson to Alfred Hutchins—Lot on east side of Fair Oaks avenue, south of Locust street; $5,000. Alvln Kosecrans to Caroline A Schenck—Lot 31 block 4. City Centre tract; $1,000. Calixte Mondon to A C Shafer—Montague tract: $45,000. J G Miller to James Wright-Lots 25, 26,27 and 23 block 56, Long Beach; $1,000. W B Nisbit to Benjamin H Spear—Part of loi 26 Chills tract, Ro San Rafael; $5,000. H C Harris to W H Hart man—North part of lots 38 and 39, I M Hill tract; Pasadena ■2,420. AJ De Berry to Thomas IHudaoc—Lot H block 4, Foot Bill tract; 91,8e0. , • THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1888. A J He Berry to same-Lots 4 & 4, blk 2, Schicfrelin tract. $4,000.. W D Vawter, W 8 Vawter A: E J Vawter to Joseph Fcholz—Lot 3& 4 Svlvla L Sessions snl, of blk 30, and pa:t of blk 47, Lucas tract, ■1, --378. I Q Dague to E C Shipley—Lot 25, Abbot Kin ney trsct, 1)(4.000. A 0 Schafer, R M Town and A W Etter to G W Tubbs—Lots 5 6 7 10 12 & 16, Grand avenue add to Mnskell tract, $7 000 Henry E Goff to James R Evans—Lots 130 to 153, inel Lsguua Beach, $2,000. E R Brainard AGS Robirsou to W W T«ylor —Agreement to convey part of lots 9 10 11 & \V'J< of lot 8, blk 184, Lou Beach, $1,500. Henry E Goff to J V Bpeucer—Lot 129, La guna Beach, $4,000. C M Wells to olary A Patrick—Lot 4, blk 2, 0 M Wells tract, $1,200. John T Nourse to A G Kennedy—Lots 3 & 4, blk B, Spurgeon, Porter it Bices add Hanta Ana, $1,450. BUMMAEY. Numberof transfers above $1,000 each, 37. Total amount of consideration, $231,594. Number of transfers under $1,000 each, 31. Total amount of consideration, $14,675. Transfers for a nominal consideration, 12. Aggregate of day's transfers, $246,281. Note—Transfers of which the consideration is less than $1,000 are not published In the above list. LOCAL MARKET PRICES. Log Angei.es, August 2. Wheat—Good demand; ■1.8051,35. Barley—Fair demand; 85®95c. Corn—*l.2o®.l.Bo. Hay—Barley, *firstname.lastname@example.org; alfalfa, $9 00® 12.00; oats, $12.00®13 50; wheat, *13.r.0(« 14 00. Seed—Alfalfa, 9c. Oats—sl 60. Flour—Extra Capital Mills, roller process, $4.75%*bb1; Los Angeles xxxx, roller process, $4.75, less 15c. for casb. Mill Feed—Bran, 90c: shorts, $1.20; crajked, ground and rolled barley, 90c; cracked corn, $1 email@example.com; mixed feed, corn and barley, $125; feed meal, $1.30; oil cake meal, $2.25. Grain Bacis—M. 8.22x30, B'Xc.; 1887, Cal cutta spots, 9!i'c; potato sacks. Sc.; mill sacks, 7c Oranges—Fair supply; seedlings, $1.00(<4 2.00: navels,firstname.lastname@example.org. Green Fruits—Strawberries, o@loc. per lb.; raspberries, per lb.; plums, 50c @ $1.00 per box; apricots, 2(g/3c. per lb.; peaches. l@3c. per lb. . Lemons—Lisbon, sweated, $3 50; Eureka sweated, $4 00. Limes—Bs@9oc per 100. Raisins—London layers, $email@example.com; Sultana seedless, $1.65; loose Muscatels, $1.00. Arri.ns—Sun dried, o®7c ; sun-dried, sliced, 7' evaporated, green, 11U 12c. Africots—Sun-dried, evaporated, I7^@2oc. Peaches—Extra fancy peeled, fancy peeled, 26c.; extra fancy unpeeled, 20c; fancy unpeeled, 17c ; choice unpeeled, 15c.; mn dried unpeeled, 12>£c. Nuts—Walnuts, 7@9c; soft shell almonds, 15 aißc ; large pecans, 12SS14c ; Brazils, 12Uc; 5 berts, 15c; peanuts, 6©7 c. French Prunes—Evaporated, 13®15c. Plums—l4@lsc. Egos -California, 30c.; Eastern, 20®22c. Butter—Good supply; choice Iresn roll, 62U gG5c. per toll; good roll, 57@60c; pickled oil, California firkin, 24®20c per lb.; iastern firkin, 20@22c per lb. Cheese—Good supply; new, 13@14c; Young America, 14®16c ; Alamitos, 3-lb hand, 17c. Potatoes—Early rose. 55@65c; pink eyes !o@6sc. ' O^lons—Yellow Danvers, firstname.lastname@example.org. Beans—Small navy, $email@example.com: large white, 53.25: Bmall butter, $4: Lima, $3 50; pink, $3; ed, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Bayous, $3, Garvauzos, $«@ 1.50. Beeswax—l6@l7c. Honey—Comb, 2 lb frames, extra white, 15 Jl6c: medium, 12}-i@l4c; extracted, CO lb. ins, extra white, 8c; extra amber, 7c,; amber >®6c, Poultry—Fair demand; hens, J6.email@example.com; >ld roosters, $firstname.lastname@example.org; young roosters, $6.00 broilers, large, r54.00®450; broilcrß, imall, $2.50®3.00; turkeys. 20c; ducks, large, j-7.00; ducks, Bmall, 54.00. Ham and Bacon—Eastern, Lily, 163 ; rVhittaker hams, 14'^c. Lard—Refined, 3 lb pails, 10'4c; 5-lb pails, 10c; 10-tb pails, 6 barrels. 9V.; extra lard, i-tti pails, ll^c;s-lb pails, lie; 10-lb pails, 10% C [The following quotations are for dressed reatsin whole carca«ses For round lots on he hoof, 50 per cent oil'from these prices may )e quoted;] Beef—American, dressed, 7@Bc. per lb; vrizona, o@7c. Veal—American, 9@loc ; Arizona, 9c. Pork—9c. Mutton—Ewes, 6U@7c; wethers, 7@7^c. Fresh Fish — White, 12..c; flounders, 15c; salmon, Lake" Tahoe trout, 2t>®3sc: rock cod, 8®10c; sinel's, lerriug, 8@10c; baracuta, 8®10c; stur f.on, B®I2HC ; coles, 12!.; c.; pompano, 20 $2f>c.: sprata, 4@(>c.; plaice, 3G®soc; mack ;rel, 20®25c; oysters, cans, 50@85c; oysters, ihelis, $1 per 100 Wool—Fall wools, C@7c.; spring clip, B®loc Hides—Usual selection, 14c; shcerlings 20c.; medium, SOc.; long wool, 75c. HOTEL ARRIVALS. St. Charles Hotel.—A Pratt, C B Trocksell, lan Bernardim; John Wright, Sam Westley, ?rank Keller, Denver; John Muns and family, Pulmenthal; G F Lyons, Redlands; James Jicken, Colton; A Nilson, Ventura; J E Weir, las Dudley, Cincinnati; R Gibben, Cslico; VH rouman, Penaletou; B J Periv; Nevada; J Me eod, San Franbisco; Chas Ure, Geo Smith, San Oiego. Long Beach Hotel -X F Spence and wife, Mrs R G Lunt and family, Los Augeles; PR •"rost, San Bernardino; F L Baker, Los Angeles; A P Austin, Philadelphia; Wm E Johnson, Los Vngcles; E R Prescott, Wm Hill, Pasadena; J R Jox and wife, O H Churchill and wife. J D •3urch, Los Angeles; N F Whipple. Oakland; iVm McCartney. Los Angeles; M A Baaworth, Alice Smith, Trenton, N J. DIED. FUNEKAL NOTICES ONE DOLLAR. C'AKRILLO—In this city. August Ist, at the residence of Mrs. Olvera, on Los Angeles street, Miss Rita Carrillo, of Santa Barbara, aged 54 years. The funeral will take place from St. Vin cent's Church, Friday, August 3,1888, at 10 a.m. Friends and acquaintances are Invited to attend without further notice. a2-2t MOURNING SUITS JgEADY- MADE CONSTANTLY ON BAND OR MADE TO ORDER IK SIX HOURS AT Mosgrove's Cloak and Suit House, j SI South Spring Street. PHYSICIAN*. . Office, rooms 11 and 12, Brygon block cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and 3tosp. M. Telephone Nos.: Office 697: residence 577. jy24tl TOt. ~BmTtH—DISEASES~OF WO JL* men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu sive use of the Brinkerhoff palnleßs system of treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and county. Office, cor. Spiing and Second sts., Hol lenbeck block. jy24tf R. WEST HUGHES, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur gery (Including genito-uriuary diseases) and diseases of the nose, throat and chest. 75 N. Spr.ugst. Hours. 9to 12, 2to 5. jy24tf r7~67 M. SCHULTZ, 24 8. SPRING ST., sexual, rectil and skin diseases a specialty-. Hours, 10 to 12, 2t05,7 to 8. Telephone, 491. jy24tf TkR. W. W. MURPHY, OCULIST AND AUR -11 Ist, 107 8 Spring st., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a.m.to 12 m. and 2to 4 p. M. jy24tf REBECCA LEE BORSEY, M. D., OFFICE, NO. 7)4 N. Main at., rooms 8 and 9. Special at tention paid toobstetrics, gynecology, diseases of chest and throat and children's diseases. Oflice hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m Telephone, No. 513. Night calls promptly answered. jy24tf E. CLACIUS,~M. D.. OFFICE, KO.'iiTiT. • Spring St., rooms 33 and 34. Hourß from 11 a. M. to 2p. m. Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general jv24 t f gLECTIOIoTOTICE—SCHOOL TAX. Notice is hereby given to the qualified elec tors of Sulphur Bp-ing School District, County of Los Angeles, State of Califoriia, that au election will be held on the 25th day of August, A. D. 1888, at which will be submitted the qu stion of voting a tax to furnish alditional school facilities for the district and to maintain the school in the district. It will be necessary to raise for the purpose the sum of $1,000. The polls will be opeu at the schoolhouae from 6 o'clock a. m . until 7 o'clock p. m. The judges appointed to conduct the election are: Amos Child, D. R. Manning, T. M. Erwin. JNO. LANG. JOHN WESTON, T. F. MITCHELL, au3 fri 3t District School Trustees. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. ** The Hcmet Land Company, principal placi dl business, Baker Block, room 28, Los Angclet • 'a ifoinia. Whereas, an assessment of one dollar pc: share on the assessable capital Block of this com pany was duly levied ou the fourth day of May 1888, and, wheieas, the publication of tin notice of such assessment, and of the timt when it would be payable and when it became delinquent, and tne date of the sale of delin quent atock, was not propeTly made, and there was a substautial errcr in the course of the proceedings for the collection of the same, whereby all the proceedings, eajept the levy oi the assessment, became void; and, whereas, the Board of Directors msde an order making the said assessment psyable to E. F. Spence, the Treasurer of the Company, at the First National Bank of Los Angeles, at Los Angeles city, on or before the 6th day of August, 1888, and also fixing the 15th day of August, 1888, as the day ou which all assessments unpaid should become delinquent, aud tbe sth day of September, 1888, as the day of sale of delin quent stock. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Directors held on the 4th day of May, 1888, an assessment of one dollar per share was levied upon the assessable capital stock of the corporation, and said assessment is payable on or before the 6th day ol August, 1888, to E. F. Spence, the Treasurer of the Company, at the First National Bank of I.os Angeles, at Los Angeles city. State of Cali fornia. Any stock upon which this assess ment shall remain unpaid on the 15th day of August, 1888, will be delinquent and adver tised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment is made before, will be sold on the sth day of September, 18 8, to pay the delinquent assessment, together with the costs of advertis ing and expenses of sale. J. W. BARE, Secretary, Baker B'.ock, Room 28, Los Angeles, Cal. jy6-lew-4w PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE STORES— Headquarters Department of Arizoua, Office Chief Commlssarv of .Subsistence, Los Angeles, Cal., July HO, 1888. Sealed proposals, in du plicate, subject to Ihe usual conditions, will be received at this ollice until 12 o'clock noon on Monday, August 20,1888, at which time and place they will be opened in the presence of bidders, for furnishing the following named subsistence stores 1,600 cans (2 lbs.) Jam, Blackberry, 800 cans (2 lbs ) Jelly, Curraut, 2.300 cans V2]_ lbs 1 Peaches, 650 cans (2 1 ... 1b,.) Pears, 300 cans (2 lbs.) Pres 'ives, Damson, and 10,000 cans (2J _ lbs) Tomatoes. Proposals will not be considered unless accompanied by bysamp'es of the atlicles bid for. Contracts made under this advertisement shall not be construed to involve the United Slates in any )bl!gatlon for paymont in excess of appropria ;ion granted by Congress for the purposo. Ihe Government reserves the right to reject any or ill proposals. Blank proposals and full infor natiou aB to the quality of supplies, character if packages, etc , will be furn shed on applica ion to this oflice. Envelope! containing pro >osal6 should be marked "Proposals for Suh istence Siores, to be opened August 20, 1888," md addressed to tlie undersignel. J. F VESTON, Captain and C. 8, U. 8. Army, Chief L B. aul 2 18 19 OT ICE FOE P ÜBLIC ATIOK Laud Office at Los Angeles, Cal.J July 10,1888 i Notice Is hereby given that the followiug lamed settler has bled notice of his intention o mako final proof iv support of his claim, and hat said proof will be made before the Ri gister tnd Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal , on August .6,1888, viz ; J. Edgar Alden, Pre. D. 8 No. 5,420, for the mV. V* See, 18. Tp. 8 N , R. \% W., B. B, M. He names the (oI owlbk witnesses to prove its con', InuO'iS residence upon, and cultivation if, laid land, viz.: William Davisson, John R. Irock, John Walter, Joseph Brock, of Gorman's Station. H. W. PATTON, Register, jyll 30t* FOR PUBLICATION! Land Office at Los Angele?, Cal.i July 10,1888. 1 Notice is hereby given that the following lamed settler has filed notice of his intention o make final proof In support of his claim, and hat said proof will be made before the Register md Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on August 16. 1838, viz.; William Davisson, Pre. D. S. No. 4,957, for ,he NW. \Z t-oc. 18, Tp. 8 N., R. 18 W„ 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove lis continuous residence upon, aud cultivation >f, said land, viz.: John R. Brock, J. Edgar Alden, John Walter, Joseph Brock,of Gorman's Station. H. W. PATTON, Register. Iyll3ot* _ TO CREDITORS. Estate of Clark Beich, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executors of the last will and testameut of Clark Beach, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav ing claims against the said deceased to exhibit Ihe same, with the necessary vouchors, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to tlie said executors, at the office of W. F. Henuing, attorney at-law, room 36, Downey Block, in the City of Los Angelea, in Los An geles County, that being the place of business of said executors for the purpose of the admin istration of said estate. Dated this 23d day of July. A. D. 1888. ELIZABETH BEACH. SIDNEY L. BEACH. W. M. Brums and W. F. Henning. Attorneys for Executors. jy2s 30t FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles Cal., July 23,1888. Notice is hereby given that tho following named settler bns filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim,and that said proof will be made before Register and Receiver at Los Angeles CaL, on August 23d, 1888, viz., Robert H. MacDougall, pre emption D. 8., No. 5.121, for the S.E. W Section 28, 8 N. of Range; 14 West. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz,: Firnam Church, of Maynard P. 0., Cal.; A. J. Hannah, of Maynard P. 0., Cal.; R. R. Laoder,of Maynard P. 0., CaL; John Dunn, of Maynard P. O , Cal. jy23 30t* H. W. PATTON, Register. FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles. CaL, July 23,1888. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to commute and make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made be fore the Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, on September 15,1888, viz.; George Kirech, H. E. No. 2,752, for the SE. % Sec. 18, Tp. 6N..R. 11 W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: F. Meyer, F, Meseubring, J. Strauss, Sr., J. D. Sp ck, all of Palm dale r. 0., Cal. H. W. PATTON, Register. 1y24-30t» FOR PUBLICATION. Land oflice at Los Angeles, Cal, July 9, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to commute and make final proof in sup port of his claim, and tbat said proof will be made before the Eegiater and the Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal, on September 11. 1888, viz: John X. Thill, for theBW>4 Sec. 8, Tp. 7 N., R. 13 W., S. B. M. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land viz: David Kid son, William Menzle. Peter Morris, Henry Kchnidei, all of Maynard, Los Angeles county, Cal. H. W. PATTON, Register. iy2o 30t* FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles, Cal.,/ July 27.1888. j Notice is hereby given that the lollowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiverat Los Angeleß,Cal.,on Wednesday, September 5, 1888, viz.: George C.Smith, Pre empt-, d. s. No. 5,138, for the ES of Sec. 34, Tp. 5 N , R. 14 W., 8. B. M. He names the fol towing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: Jame* Robertson, George T Webber, Henry B Torris, Henry Ruiz, allot Ravenna P. 0., Los Angeles Couuty, Cal. jy3l_ 30t* H. W. PATTON, Register. A S3EBSMI£NT~NOTICK Piru Oil Company, principal place of busi ucbb, Los Angeles, Cal. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors held on July 19,1888, an assess ment of seven dollars per share was levied up on the capital stock of the corporation, payable Immediately to the Los Angelea County Bank at Los Angeles. Any stock upon which this as sessment shall remain unpaid on the 23d day of August, 1888. will be delinquent and ad vertised for sale at public auction; and, unless payment is made before, will be sold on Sep tember 22, 1888, to pay the delinquent assess ment, together with casts of advertising and ex penses of sale. THOMAS RHODES, Secretary, Office, 77 Temple Block, Los Angeles. . jy26 thgt FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Loa Angeles, Cal., I July 10.1888. I Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Regit tor aud Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on August 16,1888, vis.: John B. Brock, Pre. D. S. No. 4 958. for the N. _ of SE. & and S. \_ of NE. \i Sec 18, Tp. 8 N..8. 18 W„ 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: William Davisson, J. Edgar Alden, John Walter, Joseph Brock, of Gorman's Station. H. W. PATTON, Begister. Jyll 30t» LEGAL. JN THJC SUPERIOR COURT c Of the County of Loa Angeles, State of Cali s fornia. In the matter of Robert Eckert and Herrman - 3cho2»emau, partners as Eckert & S«hoeneman, insolvent debtors.—Order Adjudication of lv , solvency. c Robert Eekeit and Herrman Schoeneman p having flkd in this Court their petition, sched -5 ules aud inventories in insolvency, from which . it appears that they are and have been residents * of the Couuty of Los Augeles, State of Califor -3 nia, for more than six months next preceding , the filing of their petition, and that they have [ been partners in trade under the firm name of t Eckert and Schoeneman, and as such partners I as well as individuals, they owe debts execed , ing in amount the sum of Ifsoo, and that they [ are ss partners, as well as individuals, insolvent 5 debtors, ss they are heieby declared to be in solvent. \ The SherifT of the County of Los Angeles ls 1 hereby directed to take possession of all the j tolnt stock and property of the partnership, and . also all the separate estate of each of said part . ners, excepting such parts thereof as may be , exempt by law, and all deeds, vouchers, books i of account and papers, both of the partnership i and of said partners individually, and to keep the same safely until tbe appointment of an as signee in this matter. All persons are forbidden to pay any debts to the soid insolvent debtors, Jointly or Individu ally, or to deliver any property belonging to them, or to eilher of them, or to any pet son, firm, corporation, or association, for their ÜBe, or that of either of them; and the said debtors, Jointly and severally, arc hereby forbidden to transfer or deliver any property until the fur ther order of this Court, except as herein or dered. It is further ordered that all the creditors of the copartnership aforesaid be and appear be fore the Honorable W. P. Gardiner, Judge of the Superior Court of the County of Los An geles, in open Court, at the courtroom of said Court, Department No. 2, Jones Block, in the City of Los Angeles, on the second lay of Aug ust, 1888, at 10 o'clock a.m. of tiat day, to prove their debts and choose an sssignee of the estates of said deb'era. It is further ordered that this order be pub lished in the Los Angeles Daily Hebald, a newspaper cf general circulation, published in the County o. Los Angeles, as often as the said paper is publiil.cd, before the said day set for the meeting ot creditors. And it is further ordered that in the mean time all proceedings against the said insolvents, or against either of them, be stayed. W. P. GARDINER, Judge of the Superior Court. Dated Los Angeles, Cal., June litt, 1888. teSO 34t J^OTICE— TIMBER CULTURE^ U. 8. Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal.,| June 22,1888. j Complaint having been entered at this oflice by Charles Whltted against Eben. 8. Brown for failure to comply with the law as to Timber Culture Entry No. 977, dated Februsry 26, 1885, upon the BEJi Sec. 2, Tp. 8 N., R. 15 W., 8 B. M., in Los Angeles County, Cal., with a view to the cancellation of said entry. Con testant alleging that said Eben. 8. Brown has failed to plow, or cause to be plowed, five acres of land the first year; also failed to plow five acres second year; and, in fact, has wholly failed to do anything upon Baid land to this 1 date. The said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 22d day of Aug ust, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony concernieg said alleged fail ure. 11. W. PATTON, Register. jyl7 30t» £N THESUPERIOR COURT Of the County of Los Angeles, State of Cali foinia, Department No. — James Pedgrift, John Grant, James Smith, plaintiffs, vs Pierre Encope, Calmet Francois, Defendants —Action brought in tho Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and the complaint filed iv Iheolfice of the Clerk of said county. Bower tt Heath man, plaintiffs attorneys. The people of the State of California 6end greeting to Pierte Encope and Calmet Fran cols, defendants. You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you by the above-named plain tiffs in the Superior Court of the said County of Los Angeles. State of California, and to answer to the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the ser vice on you of this summons—if served within this county or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The Baid action is brought to quiet title to a certain piece and oarcel of land situated in the city and county of Los Angeleß, State of Cali fornia, and particularly described as follows: Commencing at corner of willow fence being Southwest corner oi the land of E. N. Fletcher, and running thence along the North line of the Philbin Tract N 03 degrees 25 minutes W 2.05 Chains; thence N 10 degrees 50 minutes E 2.36 chains; thence N 58 degrees2s minutes W 1.15 chains; thence N 29% degrees E 4.56 chains; thence 858 degrees 15 minutes E 7.11 chains to the willow fence of E. N. Fletcher; thence along said willow fence 8 31 degrees 10 min utes W 6.33 chains to the place of beginning, containing 4.2861 acies of land, being the identical pircel of land described in a deed dated Sept. 2, 1857, from Pierre Ferran to Pierre Lasabal, recorded in Book 3, page 758, of Deeds of Los Augeles County Records, wherein said parcel of land is described as be ing 160 varas in length and 80 varas iv width, and as then adjoining the land of Julian Ren don, Luis Valeusuela, Teodocio Bais and Pedro Dominguee, as will more fully appear by ref erence to the complaint filed herein. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, the Bald plaintiff* will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the said com nlalnt. Given under my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of tbe said County of Los An geles, State of California, this 10th day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred aud eighty-eight. [bkal ] "C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. jyBd sun-10t By F. B. F.MWKO, Deputy Clerk. TO CREDITORS. Estate of Marcellus E. Hodgkins, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the uudersfgned ad ministratrix of the estate of Marcellus E. Hodg kins, deceased, to tho creditors of and all per sons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice to the said administratrix, at rooms 3 and 4, Downey Block, in the city of Los An geles, Stale of California, the same being the place for the transaction of tt c business of said estate in the county of Los Angeles, State of California. Dated this 7th day of July, A. D. 1888. ELIZABETH A. HODGKINS, Adminlsttatrix of the estate of Marcellus E. Hodgkins, deceased. John Lynch, Attorney for Administratrix. jyBßunst JN THE SUPERIOR COURT Of the State of California, in and for the Connty ol Los Angeles. Sidney Armstrong, plaintiff, vs. Alice C. Arm strong, defeat ant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the Slate of California, in and for tbe Couuty of Los Angeles, and the Complaint filed in said County of Los Angeles iv the office of the Clerk of Bald Superior Court. The People of the State of California send greeting to Alice C. Armstrong, defendant. You are hereby required to appear in an ac tion brought against you by the above-named plaintiff, in the Superior Court in the State of California, in and for the County of Los An geles, and to answer the Complaint filed there in, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this Sum mons, if served within this county, or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days, or judgment by default will be taken against you according to the prayer of said Complaint. The said action is brought to obtain a decree of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony now existlug between plaintiff and defendant upon the ground of wilful desertion. Refer ence is had to Complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer tbe said Complaint as above required, the said Plaintiff will apply to the Court lor the relief therein demanded. Given under my hand and the seal of the Su perior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles, this 20th day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight. skai. ] C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By J. M. Dunsmook, Deputy Clerk. F. V. Bki.l. Attorney for Plaintiff ie 22 fri lOt ST^OTICe! Office of the North Riverside Land and Water Company. 86 Tempte Block, Los Augeles, Cal. Nolice Is hereby given that at a meeting of the directors of the North Riverside Land and Water Company held on the 18th day of July, 1888, an assessment of six ($6) dollars per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation then issued, payable immediately to F. C. Howes, the treasurer of the said coxn- Sany, at the banking house of the Los Angeles atlonal Bank, at Los Angeles City, California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain unpaid on the 30th day of August 1888, will be delinquent and advertised for Bale at public auction, and unless payment is made before, will be sold on the 20th day of Septem to pay the delinquent assessment, together with cost of ad vertlsiug and expanses of sale. SHIRLEY C. WARD, Secretary, 86 Temple Block, Los Angelea, Cal. ]y3l lew 5w O. F. HEINZEMAN, Druggist and Chemist, No. 182 IN- main St.,Loa Angelea,Cal. REMOVED TO 25 TEMPLE ST. j Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at Day ' er Night jy23tf THF HERALD Daily and "Weekly, The Leading Journal OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Established Fifteen Years Ago. Published Under One Management and Policy Con tinuously Ever Since. 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