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A splendid 20 minutes' smoke for 2* cents. They have no connection whatever with what are known as cheap cigars, but are something that FASTIDIOUS SMOKERS ARE SURE TO APPRECIATE Originated and patented by GEO. P. LIES & CO, Factory 200, Third District N. Y. FOR SALE B* ALL FIRST.CLABB RETAILERS, ' •KINGSBAKER B Wholesale Distributors. sealaSl A V?nI I SS r age TO DEALERS AND RETAILERS.-We hereby notify the trade that we prosecute all imitations of the -Grand Republic Cigarros" or "Buffos" as regards to style of packages red = CEO. P. LIES <fc CO.. "NT. V THE COURTIS. Saturday, October 13. Department No. l— Gardiner) jr. People vs. Wolff — Continued unttt Tuesday. SET FOR MONDAY. Arthur Weyermann—To plead. John Riley and John Connolly—To plead. Hearing of motion in five railroad causes. Department Nn. 2— Gardiner. J. V. M. Peyton vs. M. Aguirre—Trial set for October 23d. Stangele vs. Security Abstract Compa ny—Set for Monday, October 22d. Potts vs. Carlisle—Set for October 20th. Estate and guardianship of Russell L. Hayes, a minor—Continued to October 18th. Estate of Mary Connolly, deceased — Letters of administration granted to James E. Connolly; bond, $10,000. Estate and guardianship of J. W. Johnson, insane—Continued to October 17th. Estate of John P. Miller, deceased— Continued to October 27th. Estate of Isabella Moreno, deceased— Distribution granted as prayed for; G. W. Glowner appointed to represent mi nor heirs; Jose Bernal appointed referee to make partition. Estate of Hugh A. Stephens, a minor— Letters of guardianship issued to H. R. Stephens; bond $1,000. Estate of M. A. de Arnaz, deceased— Continued to October 18th. Estate of Wm. P. Reynolds, deceased— Letters of administration granted to Cata lina Reynolds; bond $300. Department No. 3--O'lrielveny, j. In re habeas corpus Jos. Hinkle—Or dered that hearing of said petition and writ be continued to October 16th, 9 a.m., and defendant released pending 11 shear ing on filing a recognizance in the sum of $200. Recognizance filed and defendant released. E. J. Baldwin ye. Sanchez. —Ordered that the alias summons served on Ma tilda B. de Sanchez be set aside and that the action be dismissed as to her. McDougell vs. Howes & Bonebrake— Plaintiff's motion to strike out part of answer continued to October 20th. Truesdell vs. Times-Mirror Co. —Contin- ued to 20th. Geoffrai vs. Los Angeles Cable Rail road Company—Demurrer overruled for want of presentation; ten days to answer. Clark et al. vs. Salisbury—No counsel appearing, continued to next Saturday. Pendleton vs. Cline—On trial, by jury. Baker & Hamilton vs. Richardson— Continued to October 20th. Bigelow vs. City of Los Angeles—Ten days further time to plaintiff. Walker vs. Lcs Angeles Construction Company—Demurrer to come up next Saturday. Delia Burns vs. James Burns—Decree for plaintiff as ptayed for. Term trial jurors continued to Monday, October 22nd. SET FOR MONDAY. Turrill vs. Turrill. Department No. 4—Hutton. J. Hancock vs. Plummer —Stay bond on appeal fixed at $1,000, and ten days fur ther stay of execution granted. Crandall vs. Schram—W. P. Hardin, assignee, granted leave to file complaint in intervention. Neal vs. Aguirre—Findings and judg ment ordered prepared and submitted in favor of defendant. Gould vs. Hull et al.—By consent cause continued until October 20th. Gould vs. Marsh et al.—Same. De Grette vs. Quarre et al.—Decree or dered as prayed for. SET FOR MONDAY. Haver vs. Webster. Marnier vs. Clark. May vs. May. Horton vs. Horton. Supremo court. Braly vs. Henry—Submitted on briefs. Karns vs. Olney—Motion to advance cause or calendar denied. Wm. S. Knott admitted on license from Supreme Court of Kentucky. M. C. Heston admitted on license from Supreme Court of Indiana. Hunt vs. Elliott—Submitted on briefs. Senter vs. Monroe—Submitted on briefs. Burlingame vs. Rowland—Same. Durfee vs. Garvey—Same. Haskell vs. Doty—Same. Estate of Glvin—Same. Wright vs. C. C. K. R. Co. Smith vs. Biscailuz et al.—Same. Snodgrass et al. vs. Parks et al.— Same. Dean vs. Varnum —Continued for the term. Marriner vs. Dennisoh —Submitted on briefs. Pico vs. Cohn—Same. Estate of Oxarart—Same. Gage vs. Downey—Same. In re Stephens—Disbarment; demur rer submitted on briefs. Barlow H. Wise admitted on license from Supreme Court of Virginja. Adjourned sine die. City Justice Court, No. B—Kins', J. People vs. Mrs. F. D. Allen —Bat tery ; cause set for trial on Tuesday, October 6 at 3 p. m. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14. 1888. People vs. F. D. Allen—Disturbing the peace; taken under advisement until 10 a. m. on Monday. People vs. Frank Garcia —Grand lar ceny ; held to answer to Superior Court under $500 bonds. Feople vs. T. A. Gomez—Battery; dis missed on payment of costs. SET FOR MONDAY. People vs. F. A. Allen—Disturbing the peaqp; judgment of sentence at 10. People vs. Oray Phelps—Fraud; ex amination at 10. McLellan vs. Owen—triat at 2 p.m. New i ns' f,. A complaint was tiled yesterday alleg ing that on or about January 1, 1888, Wm. T. Maurice and John E. Brownlee entered into co-partnership for the pur pose of propagating and buying and sell ing young orange trees and other fruit trees, on land furnished them for the purpose near the town of San Fernando, by tho Porter Land and Water Company. They made a considerable outlay in stock, working animals and utensils for conducting the business, and all went well for a few months, but by and by it became evident that the partnership was not mutually agreeable. Maurice alleges that in July Brownlee took charge of the books and debarred him from ex ercising equal rights with him in the con duct of the business. Furthermore Brownlee persuaded him that if Maurice would transfer all of his interests in the business to Brownlee, by a bill of sale, he (Brownlee) could make a trade with the Land and Water Company by which the partnership would reap large profits; and that Maurice was so unpopular with the Land and Water Company that if hiß name was connected with the dicker the trade could not be made. On these re presentations Maurice alleges. he gave Brownlee a bill of sale for his interests, without receiving any consid eration therefor other than Brownlee's promise of a half interest in the profits. Maurice alleges that the trade was made and that Brownlee exchanged the nur sery property for certain lots of land and other concessions, aggregating in value about $9,000; that Brownlee had the deed for the land executed in the Dame of his wife, and also transferred all his other solvent interests to his wife, and leaving him (Maurice) without any ben efit whatever out of the transaction. In accordance with these allegations Mau rice has entered suit against the Brown lees in the Superior Court to enjoin them from the use of the property thus ac quired, and asking the Court to dissolve the partnership and appoint a receiver to hold the property until an equitable dis tribution is made. The complaint charges Brownlee with deliberate fraud and an attempt to cheat Maurice out of his interest in the business. Brownlee is also charged with collecting bills due the firm and appropriating the same to his' individual use, without making a proper accounting for the same. John Collins has brought action against Geo. C. Hopkins et al., the own ers of the Beatrice, Monitor and Layloss mining claims in San Bernardino county, for his salary as superintendent of the mines from September 1, 1887, to August 1, 1888, at $90 a month. The San Pedro Lumber Company has made complaint on the foreclosure of a mechanics' lien for $3,325.03 against the Seabright Improvement Company for materials furnished for a building on lot 19 of the Seabright townsite. Geo. T. Vail has commenced suit against Robert Turner and wife aud San ford Johnson to foreclose a mortgage for $6,000 on a two-acre lot in the Cota tract. John J. Jones has filed action against E. F. Davis to foreclose on a number of lots in the city sold by Jones to Davis, on which payment, to the amount of $5,734, are alleged to be due. Albert Carter, the Evening Express Company and the Tribune Publishing Company are also parties to the defense, inasmuch as they claim some interest in the in volved property. To Wed. The following persons were yesterday licensed to wed: J. J. McMillan of Visalia and Sarah E. Haines of Los Angeles. Frank H. Olmsted of Fullerton and Edith M. Allen of Fulton Wells. Herman Baertschigen and Lena Vogel of Los Angeles. Jose D. Batz and Josefa Lifur of Los Angeles. H. B. Parks of Reno and Mrs. H. R. Yates of Azusa. James L. Fishback and Minnie N is bed of Los Angeles. Charles Wilson and Anna Billabeck of Los Angeles. Thomas Marble and Mrs. Viola Pack ard of Los Angeles. Pullman Passengers. The following Pullman passengers left yesterday for San Francisco and the East: By the 1:15 r. m. train —Miss Shearer, Miss Maude, Miss M. J. Parker, Mr. Moss, Ed. Dunham, J. D. Spencer, H. Keyver, .T. W. Pirsne, Mr. Barnes, R. A. Marshall. By the 10:30 p. m. train—Jas. Bryant, Mr. Lockhardt, Mr. Duffev, J. R. Siiarp stein, C. H. Smith, Mr. Gathwaite, W. H. Hall, S. J. Congard, J. Cuzuer, Mr. McMillen, Mrs. Pridham, Judge Pat terson. TENT 3at Foy'B harness Shop. 217L08Auge!e» street. THE CAPITALIST'S TOOL What the Railroad Men Thluk of Beu Harrison. Railroad men are much pleased with a large pocket sheet, copies of which i have been placed at every depot through out the State during tbe past few days. It bears in a corner a copy of the nation al seal of Indiana, and in bold type at its head appears the following: "Harri son's Oath! Fac-similo of the original affidavit on file in the U. S. Court, Dis trict of Indiana." Then follows the copy of an affidavit subscribed by Benjamin Harrison and sworn to before Howard Cole, a Notary Public, on the 31st day of March, 1887, relating to the case of William King and others vs. the Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company and others, this being the famous strike affair of 1877. In the columns on either side of the chart appears the following extracts: "One dollar a day is enough for any working man," Benj". Harrison, July 26, 1877; "My services for nearly one whole week are reasonably worth one thousand dollars," Benj. Harrison, March 81, 1877. This is followed by a statement as follows: "The Ohio and Mississippi Railway, from which Benj. Harrison demanded this fee, was one of the roads on which the men asked for more than a dollar a day. He prose cuted four of the men who struck and had them convicted." Speaking about this matter yesterday, a railroad man, who, by tho way, is a prominent Republican, said to a Herald reporter: "That business settles Harri son as far as the railroad men are con cerned. Although the chiefs of depart ments may vote for him, there is not an old railroad man in the operating or clerical departments who would record a ballot for Harrison if he were the only man on God's given earth that could be put up for President. I was in the East at the time of the strike, and although the boys on the road I was on did not go out, yet they were all ready and would have gone had not the matter been settled That strike included all of the principal roads east of Chicago and it was only by a great effort that the men on the roads between Chicago and Missouri River were kept from joining the lock outs. The action that Harri son took during his support of the railroad company stamped him as infamous, and as such he was and doubtless is still regarded by all the rail road workers in the country. Although the Republican National Committeo de nies that Harrison ever made the state ment that a dollar a day was enough for any workingman-, yet it is certain that he did so, for it was the common talk in the East at the time. No, sir, Harrison can not get my vote, nor that of any other right-thinking railroad man, neither should he that of any workingman who investigates and discovers what an op ponent to their interests he is." A PROMISING YOUTH. A lour-Year-Old Takes a Trip on tbe < iii-s. On Thursday evening Mr. J. A. Muir, of the Southern Pacific, received a dis patch from Pomona, stating that 8 4-year old boy named Melville was missing from that place, and the only way that his disappearance could be accounted for was that he had boarded the train for this city which arrives here at 4 :!50 P. m. Investigation proved that he was not on that train, however, and the parents of the child were in great distress, as they were without any clue as to his whoreabouts. Yesterday, however, the mystery was solved. The youngster turned up at San Bernardino, where he was safe in the bosom of the family of a railroad man there. The toddler had walked over to tho Santa Fe depot from Pomona, a sur prising feat for a 4-year-old boy, as the distance is about two and one-half miles, and there he had boarded the train for San Bernardino. The conductor dis covered the child on the train and took him home. The parents of the boy. who had made the wires'hot since his loss, were delighted when they received the news of his safety and whereabouts yesterday. House Warming. A genuine, old-fashioned house warm ing took place Friday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Frary, in that beautiful suburb of Los Angeles, Ca huenga, five miles west of this city. This worthy couple came from lowa to reside here. The party was highly en joyed by all present, but by none more than Mr. Frary, who is eighty-four years of age, and is blessed with an ample fund of wit and humor, and his fair and accomplished life companion, who did all in her power to make the affair en-' joyable. The following named ladies and gentlemen were present: Mr. and Mrs. Frary, Mrs. Ashby, Miss Mamie Perry, Miss Lizzie Kelsey, Miss Etta Barrow, Miss Nancy Barrow, Miss Katie Stevenson, Miss Nellie Adams, Mr. Richard Barrow, Mr. Qeorge Kelsey, Mr. Haines, Mr. Hetzel, Mr. Thomas Perry, Mr. Spencer, Mr. Wescott. Iv wood- Williams. Last Tuesday Miss Annie, eldest daughter of Dr. M. Hilton Williams, was married to Rev. Alfsed Inwood, formerly of Ontario, Cal., but now of Coronado, San Diego. The marriage took place in Washington, where Miss Williams has been living for the past three years with her brother. Dr. Fred. S. Williams. The bride and groom will reach this city this morning, when they will at once proceed to the Doctor's resi dence at Long Boach, where they will remain for a few days and then proceed to Coronado, where Mr. luwood is located for the present year. A Blsr Ball Ciame. The formal opening of the Prospect baseball grounds will take place to-mor row, when the first game of the new Southern California Baseball League will be played between the Tribunes and the Bakerpflelds. Over 2,000 invitations have been issued from the general offices of the Los Angeles County Railroad, as it is intended to make a big affair of the inauguration. The game will be a good one, as the contestants are all good play ers. Trains will leave the Sister's Hos pital at 12:45, 1:30 and 2:10 p. m., and busses and carryalls will convey the guests to the grounds. ttlad to t.et Back. Mr. John R. Smurr, of the Southern California Lumber Company, has re turned from an extended trip throughout the East. He reports great inquiry and interest in Southern California, and says that Los Angeles is the busiest town, comparatively, he has seen. He ex presses himself as contented to remain here in preference to returning to the land of sunstrokes and thunder-storms. THE CHURCHES. * First Baptist Church—Corner Sixth and Fort streets. Preaching morning and evening by Dr. Daniel Reed, late of lowa. Sunday school! at 9:80 A. M. Chitst Church—Rev. Thos. W. Hsskins, Rec tor. Services in A. O. V. W. iHall, 8 South Maiu street, at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Rev. F Brown, Pastor of the A. M. E. Zion, will preach at the Wigwam, cornerof Fort and Secoud streets, at 7:30 p. m. October 14,1888. All cordially Invited to attend. Plymouth Chapel—A. J. Wells, Pastor, York street, just west of Figuoroa. Services at 11 a. m. Sermon by the Pastor. Subject, "Pro -1 gress in Theology." Sunday school at 12:30. Swedish Services iv First Baptist Church- Sunday: Sermon at 3:30 p. M., by Aug. Olson, pastor. Tuesday: Prayer meeting at 7:30 p.M. All Scandinavians cordially invited. First Presbyterian Church—Corner Fort and Second streets. Rev. W. J. Chichester, pastor, will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. Young People's meeting, 6:30 p.m. All arc cordially invited. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of L. D. 8. —Preaching by Eldor J. F. Burton, from Australia, at 11 a. m. in K. of P. Hall, 24 South Spring street. Prayer meeting at 10 a. m. Sunday School at 12 m. All are invited. The Spiritualists hold regular meetings at their headquarters, No. 108 North Main (I. 0. O. T. Hollj, every Sunday at 7:30 p. M. This evening Dr. Taylor lectures on "Margaret Fox- Kain Exposiug Spiritualism." All welcome. A distinguished medium is expected to give tests. Y. M. C. A.—The Young Men's meeting, un der the auspices of the Young Men's Christian Association, will be held this afternoon, as usual, at the Opera House Hall, at 4 o'clock, a.d will be addressed by Rev. C. W. Heisler. A cordial invitation i s extended to all. Good music and singing by the Association orchestra and choir. East Los Angeles Congregational church- North Daly street. Rev. J. H. Phillips, pastor. Sermon and infant baptism at 11 o'clock a.m Lecture at 7:30 p. m., subject, "Sympathy." Sunday School at 9 :30 a. h. Young Peoples, meeting at 6:30 p m. Everybody cordially in vited to this church. East Los Angeles Presbyterian Church—Rev. B. Mayne Irvine, LL. 8., pastor, will preach at 11 a. M. and 7:30 p. M. Morning subject, "Tbe Way Not Always the Near Way." Evening sub ject, "On What Ground Do I Speak to You." Sabbath School, 9:30 a. It. Young people's meeting at 6:45 p. m. Week night service, Thursday, 7;30. Main Street M. E. Church—The building occupied by this Society has been moved two blocks south and two east, on the corner of Santee aod Celis streets. Services there to-day, the Pastor, Edward ThomsoD, D. D., preaching in the morning on the subject, "Light and Darkness." Sunday school at 2:30 p.m. No service at night The New Church—The First New Church So ciety of Los Angeles meets stUraud Army Hall, McDonald block, No. 25 North Main street. Sunday Bchooi ac 10:30. Church services at 11 a. m. Subject: "Thought" Allpersons interested iv the writings of Emanuel Sweden burg, or desiring information ln regard to the heavenly doctrines, cordially invited. Church of the Ascsenion—Boyle Heights. Rev. D. F. Mackenzie, Pastor. Divine services at 11 a. H. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 7:30 p. M. divine services, celebration of the Holy Communion, preacher, Rev. Thos. W. Haskius. Litany Services on Friday at. 4p. H. The Ladies' Guild will meet at the residence of Mrs. Geo. Brown, No. 11 Cummings st, on Wennesday next at 2. p. m. Rev. D. F. Macken zie, pastor. Church ol the Epiphany—Corner of Bichel and Patrick streets. East Los Angeles. Bun day services at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m Sunday school at 9:30 A. M. Baptism and Holy Com mnnlon on the fourth Sunday of each month and on Holy days Thursdays, 7:30 p. m., choir practice. Fridays, from 2t04 p. M., the guild meets and the parish library open, free, Fri days at 4p. M., Litany. Rev. Henry Scott Jef ferys, Pastor. Residence, Summit avenue, North Johnston street. Stibjectof sermons: In the morning, "Ahab, the Weak King." Even ing, "Jezebel, the Wicked Woman." Next Sunday morning, "Elijah, the Man of God." A Double Help for the Bilious. In additiou to that, chief remedial measure— the use of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters—per ' sons suffering from an acute bilious attack, will facilitate recovery by the use at first, of milk and lime water and thin gruels, and by a very gradual return to the use ot solid foods. Fatty substances should be excluded from the diet. Blue pill is a remedy of doubtlul safety, particularly if there be nausea and vomiting, frequent concomitants of liver trouble The Bitters, provided its reformatory action be not retaided and marred by gross indiscretions in diet, will soon restore the equilibrium of and action of the liver, stomach and bowels, all three disordered by biliousness. In ail forms of malarial disease, whleh ln every one of its phases presents indications of liver trouble, Hostetter's S omach Bitters is the foromcßt ol ■ specifics. The light of over thirty years' ex perience also shows It to be s fine remedy for ' rhematism, kidney troubles, dyspepsia . nervousness and debility. FINANCE AND TRADE. Financial. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New Yobk, October 13.—The stock market to-day was again intensely dull outside of one or two stocks, but prices were well maintained throughout. There was no disposition to trade and the dealings were purely professional and of little or no significance. Government bonds were dull anil weak for 4s. petroleum was quiet and steady, closing at MONEY QUOTATIONS. New York, October 13.—Money on call easy with no loans; closed offered at 2\i per cent. Prime mercantile paper 6@6>^. Sterling exchange dull ana steady at $4.83.; for sixty day bills; $4.87'< for demand. B»r silver 93Uc. The banks hold $10,000,000 in excess of the legal requirement. STOCKS AND BONDS. New Yobk, October 13.—Closing quotations: 0.8.45, reg 127% \.P.Preferred 60% 0.8. 4s, coup 127%! North western.... 113% Pacific 6s 121 .'Oregon Imp't ... 74 American Ex ... 110.; Navigation 94% Canada Pacific... 56% Transcontinental. 30% Canada Son 50%iPacific Mail 37% Central Pacific... 35 Reading 53% Burlinston 114 Rock Island 109 8.L.4W 142%!8t Panl 66*4 Denver.fcßioUr..ll9% St. Paul & Omaha :i9\. Brie 29', it. Louis* 8. F... 31% Lake Shore 102% Texas Pacific 24% [..AN 60Uj Union Pacific.62% Mich Central 89% U. 8. Express .... 79 Kans & Texas . . .112 Forgo 140 N.Y.Central 108% Western Union... 85% Northern Pac 26% 3osTON, October 13.—Closing prices: AAT first 7s 120% Mcx Cent com. ... 14% A&TRR 73%, Mcx Cent Ist m bs 00 Burl & Quincy .. .114 |San Diego L'd Co. 30% MINING STOCKS. San Francisco, October 13.—The following are the closing prices: Best & Belcher. 6.G2% Peer 50 Crocker 85 Potosi. 305 Chollar 3.20 Savage 3.45 Con.Virginia... 9.50 Sierra Nevada.. 3.90 Gould* Curry.. 4.00 Union Con 3.80 Hale Ji Norcross 500 Yellow Jacket.. 5.62% Ophir 7.25 MINING SHAKES. New Yobk, October 13.—Mining shares closed as follows: Alice 1.00 Gould & Curry.. 4.15 Amador 2.00 Hale & Norcross 5.00 Belcher 5.50 Iron Silver. ... 3.00 Best & Belcher. 7.00 Mt. Diablo 250 Bodie 1.40 Navajo 2.10 Caledonia B H.. 295 Ontario 737 Chollar 2.95 standard 1.10 Con. Cal. &Va.. 9.62 Union Con 3.80 Dead wood T ... 1.60 t.mlii Markets. DOMESTIC. Chicago, October 13.—Wheat opened weak, though %/s%c. higher. December declined %c, rallied a like amount, declined %c., then strengthened and advanced steadily lc. to 81.16% at 10 o'clock. May was more sluegish, and opened at $1.15', touched $1.14% but ad vanced later to 81.14%. 1:15 p. M. close — Wheat — Steady. Cash, $1.14% per bushel; November, $1.14%; De cember, $1.16%; May. $1.14%. Corn—Firm. Cash, 45% c. per bushel; No vember, 45% c; December, 41c. Oats—Firm. Cash, 24% c. per bushel; No vember, 24% c.; December, 25% c.; May, 29 7-16 c. Rye—Dull. 55%@56c. per bushel. Barley—N< miual. San Fbancisco, October 13.—Wheat—Steady. Buyer season $1.83% per cental; buyer '88, $1.72. Barley—Steady. Buyer season, 98% c. per cental; buyer '88, 88c. FOREIGN. Liverpool, October 13.—Wheat—Sleady; de mand poor, holders offer sparingly. Corn—Quiet, demand poor. Live Stock Maraet. Chicago, October 13—Cattle—Receipts, 4,000. Market slow. Steers $3.00®5.50: Stockers and feeders, $2.10@3 40; Texas cattle, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Western rangers, $email@example.com. Hogs-Receipts 0,000. Slow and 10c. lower. Mixed, $5.60®6.00; heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org; light, $.'>.05;51i.05. Sheep—Receipts, 4,000. Steady. Natives, $3.00@4 2O; Western, $3.25(2,3.05; Texans, $2.75(®3.40. Callfornta Fruit. Chicago, October 13.—The Earl Fruit Com pany sold five cars. Pears: Winter Nellis, $1.90@2 40; Easton Beurre, $1.70(ciV2.25: B. Clairgeau, $2.40. Quinces, $email@example.com. tieneral markets. New York, October 13.—Hops—Quiet. Coffee—Options opened unchanged snd 5 to 10 points up, though barely steady, and closed 30 to 55 points down on realizing, with active sales. October, $14.45@14 50; November, $13 05@14 .35; December, $13.45(a14 10: Jan uary, $13 firstname.lastname@example.org. Spot Rio dull and easier; fair cargoes, 16c. Sugar—Raw unsettled and nominal: fair re fining, 5%c.; centrifugal 96 test, G%c.; no sales; refined quiet and unchanged. Copper—Quiet. Lake, $17.45. Lead—Active and strong. Domestic, $4.97%. Tin—Quiet and steady. Straits, $23.00. Chicago, October 13.—Whiskey—$1.20. Shoulders, $8 62%<g)8.75; short clear, $9;12% @9.25; Short ribs, $8.55@8 60. Pork—Steady. Cosh, $15 00; November, $14.37%: January, $14 42%. Lard—Steady. Cosh, $9.12%; November, $8.00; January, $8.17%. DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD. Published by tne Abstract ana Title Insurance Company of Los An seles. Satubday, October 13. 1888. CONVEYANCES. Arthur J. Hutchinson to W W Boper and An drew Osgoodby—Lot 1 block 33, Pomona; $9,000. Pickering Land and Water Co to Jennie W Arnold, wife of S C Arnold and Mrs C A Bene dict, wife of W G Benedict—Lot 2 block 19, lot 4 block 1* and lot 2 block 18, Whittier; $2,800. B'ime to Elizabeth E Townsend, wife of James Townsend—Lot 7 block 3, Whittier; $1,000. Fullerton Land and Trust Co to C W Gill- Lots 13 to 23 inclusive block 18, and lots 1 and 2 block 19, Fullerton; $2,000. Edson Turner to Charles J Fox—Lotß 25 to 30 inclusive. Clareuiont tract, Pasadena; $9,000. Henry S Manheim to 8 A Fleming—Lots 1, 2 and 3 block 9, Park tract; $12,000. Mrs Josephs A Miller to Mrs Maris C de Ar naz, wife i f Jcse de Arnaz—Lot NW corner of Moore and Ninth strsets, city; $2,000. T L Foster to W S Compton—Lot 31, block A. Shsfrer & Lantermans sub Montague tract; $1 500. H B Pinney to Isaac Burkhart, John F Bmk hart and Charles D Jackson—Part of lots 1 aud 2, block 23, Park tract; $4,500. R W Poindtxter, trustee, snd F C How- s to G P Lyman. F D Stephens, Byron List, A w Rice and W B Gileß—Block 22, Bannisters a x.v Santa Fe Springs; $2 409.20. 9 Br?r.I DaTi . 5 ,.?„ Byron LlBk > GP Lyman, F D Ito O .n%^LTri"7SO V GUer - 15 iD H L Maenell. 0 Maclay, R M Widney and John X Alexander, trustees, to Trustees of Po mona johoo( District, Los Angeles Co-2 acres in lot 1400, Pacoima; $1,003? Everett E Hall to Mary E Btilson-Lots 7 and 8 block 23 Angeleno Heights: $6,000. WUliam Manning to Mrs Rose Manning—Lot } nl? ek £,'., E H Fuukß sub Finney tract and cor Pico and M& y View avenue; $1,500. Lewis Zielke to Julius Zielke—Lot 1 block 3 Sherman tract; $1,000. , G y^P^'i llo DaTid 3 Brehant—N 75 feet of lots 1 2 3 and 4 and S 25 feet of lot 5 block 9 ?W Morgans sub Hunter Highland View tract; $2 500. R F Lotßpeich and J 0 Lotspelch to Charles T Harris and Thomas Fraser—Lots 5 6 111 & 112 Victor Heights; $3,800. A E MeDuusld and R Zellner Jr to W B Cox- Lot 2 block 4 amended map of Washington $l"*s ' 24 '* P 38 misc rcc °rds; Pickering Land and Water Co to Carrie H Al len and Cieo H Evans-Lot 5 blk 12, Whittier $2,000. Benigno Pico to N I Pico—Lots 1 and 2 blk 5. San Fernando: $2,870. M L Wicks to W J Brown—Lois 30, 31 and 32 Kiefer tract, city; $2,250. M L Wicks to Mrs Amy Brown—Lots 1,2 and 13. Kiefer tract, city: $2,075. I Providencia Land, Water and Development Co to John Griffin—Plat 8, Providenclo Ro 1 lands in Burbank; $8,000. I J J Chapman to Vicenta Chapman de Nuto— 5 acres in Ro La Ballona; $1,000. Henry Greenawalt to O B short—Lots 2, 4 and block 6, Meadow Qlen tract, ELA; W H Nash to E B Stanwood—Lots 15 16 and 17 block B. lot 3 block C; Nash"B subdn lot 182 American Colony tract; $1,700. Estate of Joseph Le Manse deed to Jose Mas carel—Order confirming sale of lots 1112 and 37 and part of lot 10, Alanis Vyd tract; $3,000. Emil Vache and H Ailland exrs Est Joseph Le Manse deed to Jose Mascerel—Lots 11 12 and 37 and part lot 10, Alanis Vyd tract; $3,000. Everett E. Hall to I W Hellman—Lot 30 snd part lot 31 block 24,Angeleno Heights: $7,750. Elizabeth C Anderson to L C Winston—N 82 feet lot 12, Banbury's sub lot 12 and part lot 9 block H, Sau Pasqual tract: $2,400. L C Winston to Elizabeth C Anderson—B 65 feet lot 12, Banbury's sub lot 12 and part lot 9 1 bloßk H, San Pasqual tract; $$,500. I William White to William F Senour—Lot 11 block 2, Park tract,city; $2,000. Mrs M L Tighe to Mrs Laura F McDowell-Lot 12, McComas sub W 7% acres block 180, Po mona; $1,000. SUMMARY. Number of transfers above $1,000 each. 33. Total amount of consideration, $121,825. Number of transfers under $1,000 each, 25. Total amount of consideration. $14,175. Transfers for a nominal consideration, 19. Aggregate ol day's transfers,sl36,loo. Note—Transfers of which the consideration Is less than $1,000 are not published in the above list. HOTEL ARRIVALS. St. Charles Hotel—H P Vincent, H Cubltt, San Francisco; R Ducket, California; P Paul sen, S Story, Lancaster; M Norton, M Smith snd wife, M Moser, Antelope Valley; J Wil liam, California; F Fetter, Burbank; Arthur Wilson, Victor; P O'Malley, New York; W A CriTee, California; E H Nickerson, Santa Ana; P O'Connell, Compton; H Morbos, Colton; O Tayler, Ventura; W L March, Florence; J Laurence and wife, Chicago; J Mccormick, San Diego. maple Syrup And maple sugar at Seymour & Johnson Co.'s, corner First snd Fort streets. Notary Public and Commissioner For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson 134 West Second street, Hollenbeck Block. DIED. FVNBRAI. NOTICES ONE DOLLAR. EYRAND—IuTthis city, October 12C~188lT Ednard Eyrand, son of Emmanuel and FUillpine Eyrand, aged 6 years. Fnueral will take place from 119 Wilmington street, to-day, at 10 a. m. Friends and ac quaintances are respectfully invited to attend. GRAHAM—In this city H. Clay Graham aged 45 years. Funeral from his late residence, 613 South Main St., Monday et 2 p. m. Friends are re quested to attend without further notice. MOURNING SUITS JJEADYMADE CONSTANTLY ON HAND OF. MADE TO ORDER IN SIX HOURS AT Mosgrove's Cloak and Suit House, 31 South Spring Street. ~T CAISoRNIA ¥sCOVERYr^ The parasites, of which we give cut below, dip covered by us, are the direct cause of Catarrh, and Conrumption, also many other diseases,, Magnified 560 Times. Imagine millions of these enlmalcula) lnt*» nose, throat and lungs, as well as the minuM eustachian tubes Icading-from the back part of the throat to the middle ear, and yoawili imagine tho misery they can produce. Thou sands are swallowed when the patient Is asleep, causing kidney and liver trouble, headache, blood poison, general debility, etc. We-havel • speeiflefor destroying them andexpemnßUSi poison from the, blood. Iso the CAUfWHIA JVBh TIVE AND NEGATIVE ELECTRIC COUCH ANO CURE to tako and tho CAUFORWA POsnlVfc AH NEGATIVE ELECTRIC UNIMEUT to Jg*» 122 stomach is had, use the CMIFORMA. rTOIHt MW NECATIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM BURDER it builds upth. system aud purifies the poisoned blood. They are manufactured from roots, herbs and Bowers that grow in California, aud are safe for child ren. They never faiL The Cough Cure laejr cellent for Coughs Colds, CSKlfflßQssftu Croup, Ac, nocbiMwillevcrPjgHpHTHJ!? die with croup when thiß is « MSR*Sf? C use.l. r instantly. See ourVrfcd.-Mark W on every wrapper. Sold g \'rmin|er h '& Co., Profs. LOS AfIQELESL CALtfMKU.