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CIGARS. CIGARROS. BUFFOS.
T HE COMING CIGARS ! The Grand Republic Cigarros! The Grand Republic Buffos! Ask you dealer for these goods. Every enterpiising dealer can get them. We guarantee the goods to be FIRBT-CLABS IN EVERY RitSPECT. The Great Cigar of the Day is the GRAND REPUBLIC CIGARRO, 5 CENTS EACH. They are the FIRST, the ORIGINAL, and the ONLY GENUINE ALL HAVANA LONG FILLER AND SUMATRA WRAPPED CIGARROS. As leading and responsible manufacturers we ask the confidence of the public to the truth fr-TP? A "TSTT I \ f> Ij] PTTT-£T TO T> T T Ljl of our statements. Lend us your ear until we can tell you of the great superiority of our *1 ~ -»-C IJ l -UXJiVj JJ Kj X 1 Jj v-/0» They are unc-jesiionably the finest article yet produced in the smoking line. They are ABSOLUTELY LONG HAVANA FILLER; clean, pure and aromatic as anything you ever smoked. The success of the BUFFOS is UNPARALLELED in the history ol the weed, proving conclusively that the consumer Knows a good article when he tries it. Smokers: It is only after thirty years of experience and vast outlay of money that we are enabled to place before you such meritorious goods as the GRAND REPUBLIC BUFFOS, 4 FOR 10 CENTS. A ejJendid .0 minutes' smoke for 2)4 cents. They have no connection whatever with what are known as cheap cigars, but are something that FASTIDIOUS SMOKKKS ARE SURE TO APPRECIATE. Originated and interned by GEO. P. LIES & CO., Factory 200, Third District, N. Y. lOK 84LB BI ALL FIRST-CLASS RETAILERS. KINGSBAKER BROS. L ! 405 NO »^ te ! Wholesale Distributors. CAUTION TO DEALERS AND RETAILERS.—We hereby notify the trade that we will vigorously prosecute all imitations of the "(irand Republic Cigarros" or "Euffos" as regards to style of packages.red sea; and Veneer package. o!4-eod-lm f JEO. P. LIES <fc CO. N. Y. FINANCE AND TRADE. t Innnclal. EXCHANGE REVIEW. New York, October 25.—The stock market tt-day showed a continued decrease in the volume of business, while the interest in the speculation was confined almost exclusively to a few special stocks, which were affected by conditions peculiar to themselves. The market Snail; closed quiet but firm at insignificant changes from the opening. Government bonds were dull and steady. Petroleum opened firm at 87% c. and after a tiigbt advance became weak and declined 2% cents on small sales. A slight reaction then occurred, after which the prices sagged off again and the market closed weak at 85',c. Consolidated Exchange opening, 87%' c.; high est. 87? A c: lowest, 85c; closing, 85% c. Stock Exchange opening. 87' 4 c; highest. 87% c; low est, 85c; closing, 85% c. Total sales, 1,991,000 tsrreis. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Sew York, October 25.—Money on ca'.i easy at i (o)2 per cent.; closed offered at 2. Prime mercantile paper, 4%®0. Sterling exchange dull and weak at $4.84 ivt sixty day bills; $4.87;., for demand. Bar silver, 94% c. STOCKS AND BONDS. N»w Ycrk. October 25.—Closing quotations: P. P. 4s, reg 127% N. Y. Central 108% P. 8. 4s, coup 127% Northern Pae 26% Tj. 8. 4V»« reg . 108%;N.P Preferred Gl% "7.8. 4%s coup ... 108% Northwestern 111% Pafific'Os 121', Oregon Imp't .. 73;.. American Ex . .110'? Navigation "i . CaLada Pacific... 50 Transcontinental. 30% Canada Sou 54% Pacific Mail 30% Central Pacific... 35% Reading 51% Pnri-.ngton 10ft»„ Rock Island 107 I>. L. & W 139., [ St. Paul 00'. 2 I»cEver&RioGr..llß Ist. Paul & Omaha 38}£ Erie 28 f ;JSt. Louis & S. F... 29% ZA*e Shore 103' B iTexas Pacific 24;, LAX 00'„! Union Pacific 65% Kich Central. ...88 :P. b.Express 78 Mlssonrl Pacific. 74%; Fargo 138 Erus <s Texas... 111% Western Union... 84% Boston, October 25.— Closing prices; A A 7 first 7s. .120 IMex Cent com 13'% AA: T LandGr 75.110 Mcx Cent Ist mbs 65 A & T R R 03% ■San Diego L'd Co. 27 it:r; & Quincy ...110%! MINING STOCKS. San Francisco, October 25.—The following *;e the closing prices: Best A Beicher. 7.50 Peer 60 '"rocker 95 i Peerless 1.80 •"collar 3.70 Potosl 3.40 Con Virginia. 10.25 >Savage 4.70 "enfidence .19.50 Sierra Nevada.. 4.15 SouldA Curry.. 4.60 i Union con 4.05 Hale & NorcroM «i.l2'..!Yellow Jacket.. 6 12% Ophii 7.62J41 MINING SHARES. Kaw York, October 25.-Mining shares closed as follows: Amaadr 2.00 .Navajo 2.35 AdaicsCon. . 1.00 is Belle Isle. . 2.45 Bert A Belcher. 7.50 Mexican. 4.75 Botiie 2.20 lOntario 3150 Crown Point. 6.00 ;Plymouth 8.00 Con. Cal. AxVa. lO 37 (Standard.. 1.15 LetalwoodT . 1.60 ISilver King ... 1.70 Bomestake. 10.87 Small Hopes . 1.00 :ron Silver 3.00 I oraln MarKets. DOMESTIC Chicago. October 25. — 115 p. m. close- Wheat—stronger. Cash, 91.1394 per bushel; November, $1.14%; December, $1.15%; May, $1.15 13-16. Corn—Easy. Cash, 41% c per bushel; Novem ber, 41% c; December, 39% c; May, 38% c. Oats—Steady. Cash, 24;ic. per bushel: No vember, 24 11-16 c; December, 25 3 16c; May, 29% c. Rye—Dull. 57c- per bushel. Bar;ey—Nominal. Ban Francisco, October 25.-Wheat—Steady. Bayer season, $1.80% per cental; buyer '88, $3 08%. Bariev—steadv. Buyer season, $1.01% per cental ;"buyer '88, 90% c foreign. Liverpool, October 25.—Wheat—Quiet: hold ers ofier moderately. California No. 1, 85.3% d. (jaßs.4%d. per cental. Corn—Dull. Live Stock, itiaraet. Chicago, October 25—Cattle-Receipts.l6,soo. Slew and 10c lower Beeves. $email@example.com; stockers and feeders, $2.10«j)3.50; cows, bulls and mixed, $1.20@2 90; Texas cattle, $1.50® 3.50. Hogs-Receipts, 10,500. Mixed,55.30®5.55: heavy,firstname.lastname@example.org; light, $5.30®5.55. gheep — Receipts, 9,500. Steady. Natives, $2 75(0)3 80; Western, $email@example.com; Texans, $firstname.lastname@example.org. <>eneral Markets. New York, October 25.—Hops—Steady ana quiet. Coffee—Options barely steady. Sales, 59,750 bags, including October, $13.90®14.15; No vember, $email@example.com; December, $13 30® 13.75; January, $13.10®1360; February, $33 firstname.lastname@example.org. S'^gar—Raw dull; refined quiet. topper—Nominal. Lake. November, $17.35. Lead—Weak and less excited Domestic, $3.80. Tin—Steady and dull. Straits, $23.20. Chicago, October 25.—Whiskey—$1.20. Shoulders,sß 00®8.25; short clear, $8.37 , 2 ® 8.50 short ribs, $7.50. Pork — Easy. Cash, $14 90; November, $34.47/..; January, $14 50: May, $14.72%. Lard-Ea6y. Cash, $8.25: November,sß.ls: January, $8.12%; May, $8.30. LOCAL MARKET PRICES. Los Angeles, October 20. Hheat —Good demand; $email@example.com. Barley—Pair demand; 85@90c. C0M—51.20@.1.25. HAY-Barley, $firstname.lastname@example.org; alfalfa, $10.00 ®12 50: oat, $10.00®I0 50; wheat, $13.00® 13.50. Seed—Alfalfa, 9c. oats-$1 50®1 70: Oregon $1.25®52 00. Flop r—Extra Capital Mills, roller process, $4.75 t hbl; Los Angeles xxxx, roller process, $4.75, less 15c. ior cash. Mill Feed—Bran, $20.00: shorts, $22.00; cracked, ground and rolled barley, 90c; cracked corn, 11.2001.80; mixed feed, corn ana barley, $120; feed meal, $1.30; oil cake I °Gra*n ! Bags-M. 8.22x30. 9c; 1887, Cal cutta spots, $%c; potato sacks, 4c; mill sacks, 7 Oranges—Small supply; seedlings, $2.00® 2 75. Green FROiTS-Strawberries, 10@12 1 , 2 'c.per lb. raspberries, 12 l o®lsc per lb.: plums, 50c.® tl.oo per box; peaches, l@3c per lb.; prunes, email@example.com; grapeß, l@2c. per ib.; figs. 3®40. per lb.; pears, l@3c per lb. Lemons—Lisbon, sweated. $3.50; Eureka, sweated, $5.00. Limes—9Op.Ml.oO per 100. Kaibins—London layers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Bultana Becdless, $1.05; loose Muscatels, $1.00. Apples—Bun dried, C@7e ; sun-dried, shced evaporated, 12@12;,;e,; green, 11H 12c. jtPßicoTS—Sun-dried, 12;i@15c; evaporated, 17^i®20c. THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNIISG, OCTOBER 26. 1888. Peaches—Extra fancy peeled. 27% c.; fancy peeled, 26c; extra fancy unpeeied, 20c; fancy unpeeied, 17c ; choice unpeeied, 15c.; ton dried unpeeied, 12% c. Nuts—Walnuts, s®7c: soft-shell almonds, 15 I @18c.; large pecans, 12®14c ; Brazils, 12% c.; ! filberts. 15c; peanuts, 6®7c. French Prunes—Evaporated. 13@15c Plums—l4@lsc. Eggs-California, 31@33c; Eastern, 22®23e. Butter—Good supply; choice fresh roll, 00,48 02% c per roll; fair to good. 55@57J.ic; good roll. 50@52 1 .; c; Calitornia firkin, 20®24c. per lb ; Eastern firkin, 38®20c per lb. Cheese—GoodsuppJy; new,lo®l2s 2 c; Youn America, 16@17c.; Alamitos, 3-lb hand, 18c Potatoes—Early ro6e. 50®65c: pink eyes, 55@05c Onions—Yellow Dauvers. 90c.(*51.00. Beans—Small navy, $email@example.com: large white $3.25: small butter, $3: Lima, $3.50; 40*2; $2 5U®2.75 red. $2.5003.00; Bayous, pink. Garvaiizos, $606.50. ueeswax—l6olßc. Honey—Comb, 21b frames, extra white. 15 @16c: medium, 12%®15c; extracted, BO lb. tins, extra white, s@S%c; extra amber, 4@5c.; amber, 3@4c, Poultry—Fair demand: hens, $5.50®C.00; old roosters, $5.00®5.50; young roosters, $5.00 06.00; broilers, large, $3.50®4.00; broilers, small, $2.50(3)3.00; turkeys. 18020 c; ducks, large, $0.00®0.50: ducks, small, $5.00. Ham and Bacon—Eastern, 17c: Lily, 18c.; : Whittaker hams, 17c; Lily bacon, 17c. Lakd—Refined, 31b pails, 11c: 5-lb pails, 10% c; 10-ft pails, 30% c; barrels, 10% c; extra lard, 3-rb pails, 12 4 c; 5-tb pails, 12c; 10-!b pails. 11% C. fThe following nuotatiocs are for dressed meats in whole carcasses For round lots on the hoof, 50 per cent off from these prices may be quoted :1 Beef—American, dressed, 7@Bc. per lb; ; Arizona, ti@7c. i Veal—American, 9@loc ; Arizona, 9c. i Poke—9c. Mutton—Ewes, 6" 2 ®7c: wethers, 7@7%c. Fresh Fish — White, 10c: flounders. 13c; salmon, 16®20c; Lake Tahoe trout, 26@35c; rock cod, 8®10c: 6melr,s, 12%@15c; herring, 8®10.t.; baraeuta, 8@10c; stur gton. B®l2'4c: soles. 12%' c.; pompano, 12% 025 c; sprats, 4@oc. mackerel, 12%©15 c; oysters, cans, 50@85e.; oysters, shells, $1 per , 100 Wool—Fall wools, o@7c.; spring clip, B®loc. Hides—Usual selection, 14c: sheer Tings. 20c.; medium, 130 c.: long wool, 75c. LUMBER. These arerett.il prices furnished by the W. H. Perry Lumber and Mill Company." Rough Oregon pine, $27.50; rough redwood, $27.50; rough clear Oregon aud redwood, $40.00; floor- . ing, Oregon pine, first quality, $40.00; flooring. ; Oregon pine, second quality, $35.00; tongued j and grooved redwood $40.00: do. beaded, $40 00; surfaced redwood aud pine, $40 00; ■ double surfaced, $42 50; single and double sur- ' ! faced, % inch, $35 00; common surfaced 1 1 $30.00; rustic, No. 1, $40.00; do. No. 2, $35 00; pickets, rough. $27 50: do. surfaced, $40.00; i rough spruce, $27.50; do. V. inch, $25.00: clear ' 1 spruce, 1 inch, $40.00; do. % inch, $35.00: posts, split, each, 25c; lath. 4 feet, per M., 1% inch, $5.00; do. ti feet, 1% inch. $10.00; do. 8| ; feet, 1% inch, $13 00; do. 8 feet, 1% inch, t $5.00; shingles, 4 bundles to M, $3 50; do. , i fancy, $0.00: Bhakes, split, per M. $15.00: do h sawed do., $17.50: moulding, %c. per inch. i WINES AND LIQUORS. | [Quotations from the wholesale department of i 1 H. J. Woollacott, 20 and 28 North Spiing ' street. Los Angeles, Cal : Prices given are for I goods in original packages.] Pure California w<ues, Port, Angelica, Sheiry, Muscatel, per < case of 1 dozen quarts, $3.50, $5, $7, ac- j ( cording to age. Zinfandel and Riesling, $3.50 i , and $4.50 per case quarts; 50c additional fori) pints of 2 dozen. Port, Angelica, Sherry, Mus- j | catel per gallon by barrel, 80c, $1.20 and $3 00; Zinfandel and Riesling, 50@75c per, gallon; Claret aud Burger White Wine, 37%_c. per gallon; Pommery Sec , $33.50 pints, $32 quarts. Mumm, pints, $32.50; quarts, $31. Koderer, pints, $33; quarts, $31.50. Eclipse, 1 pints, $15; quartr.,sl3. Mineral waters, Apolli: 1 haris, quarts, $9.00; pints, $13.00. (ienoveva, ! $9.00; Bethe oa, $8.50; Vermouth, $0 50, • Italian Vermouth, $0.50; Belfast Ginger Ali- 1 $10.50 per cask of 10 dozen. Bitters, Angos Vara, $17.00 per case; Baker's, $11 50: Dame ana, $6.50; Hostetters, $8.50; Hufelands $7.50; Hop, $8.75; Dr. Gunn's. $8.50; I. X. | L., $7.75: Stoughton, $2.50: Peruvian, $8.00; i Celery Beef and Iron, $8.25: Benedictine, t utiarts, $12.00; pinta of 24, $22.50; Kummel, ( #14 00; Absinthes, Pernod & Burger, $10 50. i California Brandy, per gallon, 1885, $2 20@3 50, according to age: Cog nac, Manell- per case of 1 dozen, $10.00; "* , ■ Martell, $19 25 per case; Hcuuessy * per case : of 1 dozen, $15.75; *•* Hennessy, $19.00 yet ] 1 case; Pelwoisn cognac $7.50 per esse; Guin ness' Stout, bottled by Johnson, 0 dozen in case, $1.87';; per dozen; Tenncnts' ale 7 dozen ; in cask, $1.87% per dozen; Cabinet Bourbou | whisky, % bbts, $175 per gallon; bbls, $1.65; Hume, spring 1881, re-imported sour mssh. $2.50 per galion; cognac, % casks, Jamaica i rum, $2.50 per gallon; Blackberry brandy, : '■ casks, $2.00 per gallon; B. Bert's Sauternes, 24 pints, $12.75; quarts, $11.75 per case; Duffy's malt whisky, $11.50 per case of 1 dozen, i Belle of Bourbon, $10.00 per case. Veuve Clicquot champagne, pints, $33.00; quarts. $31.50. DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD. Published by tbe Abstract and Title Insurance Company of lon An. geles. Thursday, October 26,1888. conveyances. Wm T Strawbridge and Frank Wiggins to William Harris—Lot 4 block 30 Strawbridge & Wiggins add Whittier; $1,500. Arza Crabb to Charles 8 Hon"—Lots 1 2 and 3 i N 33 feet let 4 block E, Currier tract Pomona; $1,200. Frank Stevenson to George Axe—Lot 22 Holladay, Stevenson & Brands sub block 188 Pomona; $1,100. Addie M Durrell to Joseph M Clark—Tart lot 8 Milton Davis sub Pasadena and lot 12 Decker 6 Lucas sub Pasadena; $5,000. Henry Weber to John Weber—Lot 12 block 7 Damon & Millards sub lot 1 blocx 2, H S; $1,000. W N Monroe to Mrs Lavina Johnson—Lot 4 I known as Gold Hill, Sec 23, Tp 1 N, R 11 W; $3,500. E E Spalding to Frank D Stephens—Agree ment to convey to 6, Bixby tract, Pasadtna; $2,660 A C Hiscock, Charles A Smith and Lorenzo , Vander Leek to J O Hoff—Lot 7, Hiscook <Si Smith's first add city: $1000. Albert Gregory to Joseph B Aspinafl—Lot 2, H S Thompson's sub of lot 3, block 16, Lamanda ''"k. Henry Gede and Clara Gede to Henry Shor ing—BW 10 acres of sE% of BW% section 30, T ON Rll W; $5,500. _ „ . John W Hin ton, trustee, to Baxter Todd—Lot 21. Victor Heights tract; $1,200. M L Wicks to Bsxter Tood—Lot 13, Victor Heights tract; $1,200. , , 1 homas B Billings to Mrs M A Billings— Lots 1 to 7 inclusive, block B, town of Anaheim as per map, book 310 p 371 of deeds; $2,500. Wm S Hutchiuson to William C Woodman- Lot 11, block C, Loomis tract, book 14 p 71 miscellaneous records; $1,500. Kimball W WiDg to Andrew F Darling and Angus 8 McDonald—N 20 It of 8 % lot 7, block 12,08;#12,000. . , , Mary J Hathaway to T B Anderson—Lot 1, bock 2, New Main street and Wilmington aye ttact; $2 000. Moses Ricker to Hetvey Lindley—Lots 4 and 1 8 to 16 inclusive and 24, block 10, Harvey & , Kickers add to Whittier; $6,000. E N McDonald to California Loan and Trust Co—Lots 13, 84 and 46, 53 79 acres, lot 61, S\i I lot 102, N % lot 91, NW%and SB ! 4 lot 04 N i) 4 lot 75, and S 15 acres lot 101, McDonald tract: $0,090. G J Griffith to H Siißskicd—Agreement to coavcy lots 12 3 and 4 block 3 Los Feliz Foot Hill tract South;sl,22o. Aaron Roberts to Mattie B Andrews—Und % interest lot 3 Axford ,fc Landreths sub Pasadena: $1,200. H H Wilcox to Jonathan Richardson and Helen V Richardson—Lot 16 block H, W L A tract: $1,000. Same to same—Agreement to convey lots 1 and 2 same tract; $1,140. John McGrath to Mary T Hartley—Lot 20 Baxter Todds sub of block 11 Beaudry tract No 3; $1,600. John Weber to Henry Weber—Lot 5, blk 5, Daman & Millards sub lot 1, blk 2, H 8, $1, --000. Maria Jesus de Shorb, Ruth W Patton and Annie Wl)6on to Maria H L Skinner—s acs in or «d. lot 9, R 3, Alhambra tract, $1,500. Mrs Amelia Bout & Joseph Bout to W J Oli ver—Lot 22, blk 6, Park tract, $2,600. W G Shaw to Mrs Emma B Sullivan—Lot IJ, blk 122. Santa Monica, $2,000 A E Benedict and G M Benedict to O H Ellis ! —26 98-100 acres in Ro Santiago de Santa Ana, $5,000. O H Ellis and J N Ellis to A E Benedict and Geo M Benedict— WW lot 2, blk C, Hell tract, Santa Ana, $1,200. Jones Gieen to Samuel A. Guiberson—Padre- Mine in Cedar Mining Jlstrict, $4,000. Leonora C. Aguirre (formerly Caldwell) and Jose A. Agulrre to Charles E. Day—Part of lot 5, block 38, H. 8., $30,000. O. W. Childs, John 8. Maltman and Oliver A Ivers to John T. Barton—Lots 6 to 10, in cluding block 2, Golden West Heights tract, city. $2,875. SUMMARY. Number of transfers above $1,000 each. 32. Total amount of consideration, $107,135. Number of transfers under $1,000 each, 33. Total amount of consideration, $18,295. Transfers for a nominal consideration, 27. Aggregate of day's traUßfers,sl2s.s3o. Note—Transfers of which the consideration is less than $1,000 are not published in the above list. HOTEL ARRIVALS. St. Charles —Dr Payne. Duarte; M Camßow, :El Monte; M Thomson and wife, California; ! H Camprow, San Pedro; C Wright, Spadra; W Chaffer. J Rilley, California; M. Hopper, San Diego; W Melrose, Acton, Cal; D Slack, Cali fornia: J McCormick, San Bernardino; A Patron, Pleasant Valley: A Selby, Santa Mon ica; Chas Bullock, Sau Diego: S Morab, Sau Francisco: Geo Carleton, California; J Pea cock, Colton: A L Muir, California; M Hnr hurtle, Anaheim; H Simhow, Sau Pedro: A Ritter, Columbus, O; A V Parker and family, Perry, Iowa: H Lewis, F M Lewis, W R Rob erts, California. Painless Vental Parlors, No. 24 South spring street. All dental opera tions performed patulesßly. We make a spe cialty of gold fillings, gold, aluminum and con tinuous gum plate work, also gold crown, por celain, brown and bridge work. We use the "Improved Vitalized Air" for the painless ex traction of teeth Prices reasonable. Office hourß from 6a.m. to 3:30 p. M. Evenings from 7 to 9. _ Dealers and Consumers of Beer Will find it to their advantage to call on Phila delphia Brewery, Aliso street, for the best lager or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per dosen, if bottles returned. Delivered to any part of the ity. Telephone 91. Attention. The only winery in Los Anceles where you I can get the best and purest wines, I am pre- | pared to ship to any part of the East. Visitors are invited to call and inspect my stock. Take I Main and Jefferson street cars. H. Boettcher corner San Pedro and Jefferson streets. Cure For Sick Headache. If you want a remedy for billiousness, blotches and pimples on the face, and a snre cure for sick headache, call at 0. H. Hance's, the Draggißt, 79 North Spring street. Dr. Ounn's Liver Pills; only one for a dose, sample free: full box 25 cents. Go the American bakery, corner oi First and Main streets, for the best bread, cream cakes, pies, etc. Physicians say that Hungarian food is ex ceedingly nourishing. It can be found at the Vienna Buffet, cor. Main and Requena streets. TENTS at Foy's harness Shop, 217LosAngeles street. MOURNING SUITS JJEADYMADE CONSTANTLY ON HAND OF. MADE TO ORDER IN SIX HOURS AT Mosgrove's Cloak and Suit House, 21 South Spring Street. For Becreat ion, for Business, for Fun J&n, RIDE WHEELS. The best is the cheapest, /' * : show you that f WmM THE VICTORS \ ARE THE BEST Bacy ol6 *' Tricycles Safety Bicycle* In tlie World. Illustrated catalogue free. P I>. A HEL, 30 8. Spring at. 05-4 m The Great Englisli Remedy. never-iailing 11 Kearneys?., 8. F.» Cal. 1 jy2< 13m cod 11 ÜBOAJU. > t | JN THE SUPERIOR COURT if j Of the County of Los Angeles, State of Call 1 fornia. In the matter of Robert Eckert And Herman Schonemau, co-partuers doing busi , ness under the firm name and style of Eckert t & Schonemau, insolvent debtors. Iv pursuance of an order of court this day j ! made in the matter afoiesaid, notice 1b hereby " | given that Robert Eokert aud Herman Schonc ' man, heretofore doing business under the firm 1 ' name and style ol Eckert aud Schoueman. iv- L | solvents, have applied to this court for a dis charge fiom their debts iudividuaily aud as L co-partners as aforesaid and all creditors who \ have proved their debts against the estate of I I said Insolvents are hereby notified to appeal be , ! fore this Court, Department No, 2 thereof, at : the Jones Block in the city of Los Angeles, j State of California, on the 7th day of Novem '. I ber, 18S8, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.oI that ! day, and show cause if auy they have, why the II said Robert Eckert and Herman Schoncman, , ! individually aud as co partners as aforesaid, ; sfiou'd not be discharged from their debts in accordance with the statutes in such case made and provided, aud as prayed for in their I petition tiled herein. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court, this 4tb day of October, 1888. [seal.] C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk. Thos. B. Brown, Attorney for said Insolvents. 05-fr. r >t-wst CULTURE. U. S. Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal.,( May 31, 1888. j complaint having been entered at this office by J. Emil Schueider against Albeit A. Court ney for failure to comply with law as to Tim ! ber-Culture Entry No 590, dated December 24, I 1883, upon the BW; 4 Sec. 32, Tp. 7 N„ R 12 W., in Los Angeles County, Cal , with a view to the cancellation of said entry; contestant alleging that said Albert A. Courtney has failed to comply with the Timber-Culture laws, inas i much as he has wholly failed to plant, or cause j to be planted, with seeds, cm tings or trees the said tract, or any part thereof, since the date of i said entry, the said parties are hereby turn -1 moned to appear at this office on the 28th day l of November, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m , to ■. respond and furubh testimony concerning said alleged failure. I (Sigued) H. W. PATTON, Register. 020 30t* j <£J>OCKRY STOCK AT ASSIGNEE'S SALE. j Bids are hereby solicited for the stock of gro ceries, book accounts, fixtuies and effects of tiie late business of Birmingham <t Ditewig, silu | ated at the corner of Sixth and Olive streets, ! City of Los Anseles. The property is offered in one lot as a whole. Sealed bids for the same are solicited, to be left at the office of the Secre tary of the Board of Trade, Board of Trade Building, northwest corner of First and Fort streets on or before 12 o'clock noon, of Mon day, the 29th day of October, 1888. Said property will be sold for cash to the 1 highest bidder, but the right is reserved to re [ ject all bids, and sell the property in parcels or small lots. HERBERT W. SEYMOUR, Assignee. !ih Angeles, Cal., October 25, 1888. 020 4t FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles, Cal.,( October 12. 1888. j Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his Inteutiou 1 to make final proof in support of his claim, and I that said proof will be made before the Register ! and Receiver at Los Angeles, Cal., on Decem ; ber 14,1888, viz.: Newell T. Stevens, for the NEW Sec. 28, Tp. 7 N.,R. 12 W., 8. B.M. He names the following witnesses to prove 1 his continuous residence upon, and cultivation [of, Bafd land, viz.: H. H Kingsbury, Herman Behuson, E. D. Raud, L. C, Maynard, of May nard, Cal. 020 wkly Ot H. W. PATTON, Register. FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles,) September 24,1888. . Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof iv support of hfs claim, and that Bald proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, on November 12, 1888, viz.: John L. Parker, Homestead No. 142, for the 1 NW'4 Sec. 18, Tp 7 N,, R. 13 W., 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove ' his continuous residence upon, and cultivation i of said land, viz.: L. C. Maynard, Louis Flnti i zen, Nicholas Cochems, Heurv Mecredy, of ■ Maynard. H. W PATTON, Register. 829 wkly Ot* TATOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Lo? Angeles, September 24th, 1888. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing-named settler has filed notice of his inten tion to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said pioof will be made l>9fore j tbe Register aud Receiver at Los Angeles on November 12th, 1888, viz: Levi C Maynard, homestead No. 1,422, for the 8E 1 , Section 18 Township 7 N, Range 13 W, 8. B. M He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz.: J. L. Parker, of Maynard; Nicholas Cochems, of Maynard; Henry R. Mecredy, of Maynard: Louis Fintisen.of May nard. H. W. Patton, Register 529-wot* ~ UULntlt'EiVr SAIJIE. IAKE HEMET WATER COMPANY, PKIN- J cipal place of business room 28, Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. There Is delinquent upon the following de scribed stock, on account of assessment levied on the 12th day of September, 1888, the several | amounts set opposite the names of the respect ive shareholders as follows: Certificate No. of Amount Name. No. Shares. due. A. H. Judson 85 1,000 $100 Do. 86 1,000 100 Do 87 1,000 100 Do 88 1,000 100 Do 89 1,000 100 Do 90 1,000 100 Do 91 1,000 100 Do 92 1,000 100 Peter Potts 123 50 5 Do 124 50 5 ' And in accordance with law, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be neces sary will he sold at the office of the company, Room 28, Baker Block, City of Los Angeles, State of Calitornia, on the 10th day of Novem ber, 1888, at 1:30 p. h. of such day, to pay de linquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. J. W. BARE, Secretary, Room 28, Baker Block, Los Angeles, Cal. o!6 lit CAPITALISTS! BUSINEBii~PEOPERTY ! 120 feet frontage, In heart of city, for sale at a bargain. Rents amount to $400 per | month, and can be increased. Easy terms. C. A. SUMNER & CO., I 34 North Main street. 024 7t LMMUb. VTOTICE FOR PUBLICATION - TIMBER Land, Act June 3, 1878. United States Land Oflice, Los Angeles. Cal,l August 22,1888. | Notice Is hereby given that in compliance , with the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,1878, entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands in theStatesof Caliiornia,Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory," Jameß Robertson, of Ravena P. 0., County of Los An geles, State of California, has this day filed iv this oflice his sworn statement No. —, for the purchase of the SW% of Sec. No. 20, in Tp. No. 5 N., Range No. 14 W., 8. B. M., and will offer i proof to show that the laad sought is more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul tural purposes, and to establish hie claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of this office at Los Angeles, California, on Wed nesday, the 15t,h day of November, 1888 He names as witnesses: D. Cleo. MeGarvin, of Los Angeles P. 0., California; Chas. E. Costerton, of Los Angeles P. 0., California; Geo. T. Webber, of Ravena P. 0., California; Geo. C. Smith, of Ravena P. 0., California. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands are requested to file their claimsiu this oflice on or before said 15th day of November, 1888. jsl wkly-lOt* H. W. PATTON, Register TO STOCKHOLDERS. Notice is hereby given to the stockholders of the Alhambra Water Company, that in pursu ance of a resolution of the Board of Directors of said Company passed at a meet nig of said board held on tho 15th day of October, 1888, calling a meeting of the stockholders of this Company for the purpose of increasing ita bonded indebt edDess, a meeting of the stockholders of said Company will be held at the office of the Com pany at San Gabriel, on Tuesday, the 18th day of December, 1888, at 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, for the purpose of increasing the bonded indebtedness of said Company,—the proposed increase to be if 25,000— and to authorize the is suance of bonds by the Company to that amount, the said bonds to be secured by a mort gage upon the Company's property. T. 6 . HAINES, Secretary. Oflice at San Gabriel Winery, San Gabriel, Lob Angeles County, Cal. 020 wkly lot TO CREDITORS. Estate of Pierre Lalande, deceased.—Notice is hereby given by the undersigned admit is tratrix of the estate of Pierre Lalande. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said de ceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the firs: publication of thfs notice to the safd admin istratrix, at the office of Barclay, Wil son Si Carpenter, attorney-laws, No. 39 North I Spring Btreot, City of Los Angeles, State of Cali fornia.the same being the place for the transao tton of the business of said estate in said county of Los Angeles, California. Dated this 20th day of September, A. D. 1888. Mas. A. LALANDE, Administratrix of the estate of Pierre Lalande. deceased. 527-th-5t JJOTICK FOB PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles,' i September 24,1888. \ Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, on November 12, 1888, viz.: Henry R Mecredy, Homestead No. 1392, for the NE'< Sec. 10, Tp. 7 N., R. 14 W., 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his contiguous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz.: Louis Besemyer, L. 0. May nard, Nicholas Cochems, J. L, Parkei, of May nard. H. W. PATTON, Register. 529 wkly tit* NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles, Cal., I September 25,1888. ( Notice is hereby given that the following named settlor has 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 Novem ber 10, 1888, viz.: Ramon Villa, Hd. No. 1,158, for the SE'. aud SE'-i, Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and 0, Sec. 20, Tp. 1 N„ R. 14 W., 8. B. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz : Tiotilo Baldez, of Cahuenga fuss David A. Walter, of Los Angeles, Cal.; Geo Allen, Pio Sepulvela, of Cahuenga Pass. 526 30t H. W. PATTON, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Land Office at Los Angeles, Ca!.,( October 2.1888. i Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before Regfstcr and Receiver at I.o« Angeles, on November 3, Firman Church, Pre. D. S. No. 5,201, for the HE\ Sec. 4, Tp. 7 N„ R. 14 W., 8. B. M. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivatiou of. said land, vis.: A. J. Hannah, H. A. Joban sen, John Dunn, Louis Bessemeyer, all of May uard P. 0„ California. 03 30t H. W. PATTON, Register. "NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION! « Land Office at Los Angeles, September 24th 1888. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his intention to make tinal proof in support of hfs claim, and that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver at Los Angeles, on No vember 12th, 1888, viz: Nicholas Cochems (Homestead), No. 1357, for the SW. \ Section 24, Township 7 N.. Range 14 W., 3. B. M. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said laud, viz: L. C. Maynard, H. R. Me credy, Mat Willhelm, J. L. Parker all of May nard. *29-w6t* H. W PATTON.'ReiiFer. TO CREDITORS. Estate of Sarillion D. Baker, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, Mrs. Jane F. Baker, administratrix of the estate of Savillion D. Baker, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit the same, with the necessary vouchers, within fonr months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administratrix, at her residence, No. 449 South 'Spring street, or at the news and stationery ► tore of W. F. Ball and S. D. Baker, deceased. No. 7 W. First street, Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles. Dated this 15th day of October, A. D. 1888. JANE F. BAKER. W. S. Taylor, Attorney for Petitioner. 023 tv 5t U. 8. Land Office, Los Angeles, Cal., < September Oth, 1888.1 Complaint having been entered at this office by Joseph M. Ballew against Frederick Pohnen for abandoning his homestead entry No. 3172. oated March 4,1887, upon the S. W 'i section 8, township 8 north, range 15 west, 8. B. M , in I.os Angeles county, Cal, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 27th day of December, 1888, at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testimony con cerning said alleged abandonment. 622-wklyOt* H. W. PATTON, Register. 9 LEGAJL. TN THE BUPERIOR COUET ~ Of Los Angeles County, State of California. Southern Pacific Railroad Company, Plaintiff, vs. G. H. Helfrich, G. J. Griffiths, John Doe, Richard Roe, John Stiles, Richard Black, George White, William Green, Peter Brown, Richard Jones, Patrick Robinson and John Smith, Defendants.—Summons. The People of the State of California send greeting to G. H. Helfrich, G. J. Griffiths. John Doe, Richard Roe, John Stiles, Richard Black, George White, William Green, Peter Brown. Richard Jones, Patrick Robinson and John Smith, Defendants. You are required to appear in a special pro ceedings brought against you tv the above j named Plaintiff, in the Superior Court in the Btate of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles, and to answer the Complaint Sled therein, 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 thiity days. Said proceeding is brought to condemn for 1 public use, to-wit: The right of way for the railroad of said Plaintiff, a certain strip of land fifty (50) feet in width running through that certain tract of land now owned by the Defend ants, or some of them. Said lands being situ ated within the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, and described as follows, to-wit: Bounded on the northeast by Washington street; on the northwest by San Pedro street and the laud now or formerly owned by H. Boettcher; on the south by the city charter boundary line of Los Angeles City, and on the southeast by Wolfskill street and the lands now or formerly owned by George Dalton, G. J. Dalton, J. W. Hooper and T. T. and A. L. Hooper; said tract of land being the same as is shown upon that certain map of the City of Los Angeles made in 1887 by V. I. Row an and Theo. C. Koeberle. and thereon marked "Estate of A. Brlswalter " Reference is here made to the complaint filed in this proceeding for a description of the spe cific parcels sought to hi condemned And you are hereby notified to appear within the time hereinbefore specified and show cause why the Baid property hereinabove described, and described iv the complaint filed herein, should not be condemned as prayed for iv said complaint Reference is here made to said complaint for paitlculars. You are also notified that if you fail to appear and answer said complaint as above required, said plaintiff will apply to the Court for the re lief therein demanded. Given under my hand and the Seal of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, this 2t!th day of September, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight. (seal.) CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk. Kndorscd—J. D. Bicknell, Att'y for Plaintiff. oO sat lOt JTOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. Charles E. Pittman, Frederick R. Plttman and Amelia A. Pittman, Plaintiffs, vs. Robert Turner, 'amesP McCarthy and Edward McCarthy, De : umlauts. -Sheriff's sale No. 7,351 Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale —Under and by virtue of an order of Bale and decree of fore closure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles State of California, on the 2nd day of October. A. D. 18SS in the above entitled action, wherein Charles E. Pittman, et al., the above.named plaintiffs, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale aga'nst Robert Turner etal , defendants, on the 28th day ot Septem ber, A. D 1888, for the sum of $15,804.40-100. in lawful money of the Onlted Stales, which said decree was, on the 29th day of September, A. D., 1888, recorded in judgment book 8 of said court, at page —, I am commanded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, sit uate, lying and being in the county of Los An geles, State of California, end bounded and de scribed as follows: Commencing at the southwest corner of the ten-acre tract belonging to Kimball Hardy, a point 42.05 cbs S. '-'(1 1 , W. from the northerly corner of the Vanderburg tract on the east line of said Raucho La Cleniga, and running thence along the west line of said tract 8. 20'i''. W. 74.70 chs, to old post, thence S. 28%", W. 9 22. -100 chs. to stake, thence N. 61%°, W. 3.25 chs. to post, thence in line of and along willow fence S. 26)2°, W. 31 18chs, thence 8. 17%° W. 2 16.100 chs; still along said willow fence S. 17° W. 2 chs., S 1.80 chs., 8. 30° W. 1.08 chs., S. 18%° W. 5 chs.. S 25%=' W. 1 eh. to cross fence, thence S. 25" W, 3.52 cbs. to post: the southwest corner of this tract, thence S. 74° E. 10 chs to post; the southeast corner of this tract, thence in line of and along willow fence to board fence N. 28%° E. 45.49 chs. to corner of board fence, thence along fence 8.66" E 1 86 chs. to corner of board fence, thence N 30 a E 10.45 chs. to old post, thence N 14° 42' E 76.68 chs. to the southeast corner of the ten acre tract of Kimball Hardy, thence N 75%° W 4.50 cbs, to the place of beginning, containinn 129.48 acres of land as surveyed by HansoD and Solano January 7,1877, being portion of the Vanderburg Tract and Rimpau Tract, so called iv said rancho and being also the same lands described as "Lot No. 1" and "Lot No. 2" aud allotted to Amelia R. Pittman in de cree of partial partition ol the estate of Frederick R. Pittman, deceased, and also the tract described as "43.72" acres and allotted to Frederick R. Pittman,R.J. Pittman, Charles E. Pittman and Elizabeth M. Pittman by tbe decree of final distribution of said es tate, the proceedings therein being case No. 708, late Probate Court of said county of Los Angeles, excepting therefrom the northerly fifty acres of the 129 48-100 acre tract first above described, and being a portion of said tract lying outside the lenee, together with all the appurtenances thereto belonging. Public notice is hereby given, that on Friday tbe 26th day of October, A. D. 1888, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, in front of the Court house door of the county of Los Angeles, on Spring street, 1 will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the above described property, or so much there of as may be necessary to satisfy safd judg ment wiih Interest and costs, etc., to the high est and best bidder, for cash ia lawful money of the United States. Dated this 2d day of October. 1888. JAMES C. KAYS. Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By Justin Williams, Deputy Sheriff. 03-td AISSESSMENT NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the Board of Directors of > in- North Riverside Land and Water Company, held October 18, 1888, an assessment of $10 per share was levied upon all of the issued capital stock of said company, payable Immediately to F C Howes, Treasurer, at the banking House of the Los Aogeles, National Bank, Los Angeles City, Cal Any stock upOD which such assess ment shall remain unpaid, shall become de linquent upon the 20th day of November. 1888, and nnless paid sooner, will be sold at public auction upon the 6tn day of De cember, 1888. to pay tbe delinquent aa s.ssment, together with costs ol advertising .nd expenses of sale. SHIRLEY C. WARD, .ocation of office, Los Angeles.Cal. Secretary. 015-mo-5t jySOLUTION t IF CO-PARTNEE SHIP. Notice is hereby given that the partnership -I- tetnfore existing in tbe city of Lob Angeles un it the firm name of Moses & Drake, bouse and • ign painlers.at 130 S. Spring st .is this daydls -..lved by mutual consent, A B. Drake, retlr n( from the business. ! r> f v ure Oseeolo Moses will conduct the bus : st at the same place and settle all bull, si 01 aw st*