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METEOROLOGICAL.
The Superb Climate of South
ern California.
THE FINEST ON THE EARTH.
Tbe Record of Our Signal Service
fflce for Ten Full Years
Complete.
That superb publication, the Illus
trated Herald for 1888, gives among
other statistical matter, the complete
records of Signal Service office in this
city for ten full years, so far as these re
late to temperature; clear, fair and
cloudy days; precipitation; duration of
the rainy season, etc., etc. A resum6 of
this cannot fail to prove of prime interest
to readers of the Herald in all parts of
the country. The averages in tempera
ture for the ten years for each month is
as follows:
MONTH H/ L. M. MONTH H. L. M.
Jan.. 75 3 33.0 51.1 July. .03 5 51.7 88.fi
Feb.. .70.1 36.0 54.4 An*. 96.9 52.8 00.9
M'rch.S2.B 30.2 50.2 5ept...98.4 48.4 00.4
April .85.0 42 0 58.1 Oct... .80.2 43 3 02.0
May. ..81.3 42.0 02.1 N0v..33.4 37.3 57.0
June..92.2 49.7 65.0 Dec.. .80.1 38 3 54.5
The meaning of the table is that the
H column gives the average highest ther
mometer for the ten years; the L col
umn the average lowest degree, and the
M column the mean temperature.
In the period covered for each year the
number of days when the mercury went
above 90 degrees and below 32 degrees
was as follows:
Ye»r. Above Below Veer. Aboyc H. low
90". 32".
1879 5 1 1S*3 ...97 3
1870 18 1 1S84 .15 ..• O
ieSO .. 1 l"-S- r ) 2»l ■•■ ... <>
ieii it ... o wee ~i~ <•
ieea m ■• 0 1887 12 ... .... 0
In the ten years under review the mer
cury reached 100 degrees but eleven timeß,
and of these it passed that point but
seven times.
If the clearness of the atmosphere is
considered it will be found that the rec
ord of averages for the decade by months
is as follows:
Month Clear. Fair. Cl'cly.
January 17 7 5
February .14 9 X
March 13 12 7
April 11 12 8
May 12 13 1
Jnne 10 15 5
July 12 18 1
August W 13 1
September 17 12 1
October 18 10 2
November 17 9 3
December 10 8 4
The average of cloudy days for the 10
years ia only 49 per year. The average
"number of rainy days in that period is
only 41 per year for 12 months,
and the record includes all
days ou which one - hundredth
part of an inch of rain
fell. Think of it! In ten years the
mercury reached 90 degrees only 15!)
times, and fell to 3J degrees on only six
occasions. In the same period the
cloudy days averaged only forty-nine
per annum, and the days when any rain
fell came to only the beggerly account of
an average of forty-one per year.
Here is the average total precipitation
per month for the decade:
Montb. Inches. Month. Inches.
January 2.45Ju1y 04
February 4.o7,August 02
March 2.92: September 03
April 2 17 October 52
May 43| November 1.50
June 20] December 3.33
The total average per annum for the
ten years is 17.45. Note that the rain all
falls'in the months between November
and April inclusive.
Another fine point about our climate is
the dryness of the atmosphere during the
greater portion of the year. During the
warm period of the year the average
humidity is very low. For the past year
by months the record runs as follows:
Relative Humidity — Forced
Month. rtgeof.
uni
7 A. M 3 i , . m. 11 r. M. Mean.
Jannkry 70 h M k 76.4 00.3
February ... Bfl.S o:< l H5» 81 B
il«reh Sβ "■ 01 I t<7.8 7S.S
April . no :i ifi 98J 7S.9
Mg T 8U.(i BOO TS(> 7-J.9
June 03.1 50.2 .84 2 78 5
July Pft.O «W8 89 4 82.7
Augnet , 93.2 BH.9 ! 89.7 8O.»
sepfuiber 02 1 04.01 !>()() H2.0
October . SOU Mill HO.!) 79.7
NoTtmbcr . 88,7 61.4 !*> <> 7«.l
December ... ' ■ >.: I 81.4 74.4
■iumi 103U0 729.2 1017 4] 027.4
Annual Mean*. H7.3 U0.8 84.8 77 3
There is one point about our climate
which the unobservant might not see. It
is this: Read carefully the tables of rela
tive humidity just above. The high fig
ures will all be found of course in the
early morning hours and in the latter
part of the afternoon, increasing as night
comes on. Now if the table of daily
temperature for the same hours of the
day were given, it would appear that the
high degrees of heat always occur here
at such hours as are marked by a very
low degree of humidity. The humidity
in the table at 7 a. m. ranges at 70 to 95
degrees, but at that hour in our wannest
spells the thermometer will run at GO to
70 degrees. At 3 P. m. the humidity
ranges along at from 51 to 69 degrees, an
hour when the temperature is higher.
The hottest period of the day in this sec
tion is between 10 and 12 o'clock in the
morning; and these hours are the dryest
in the day. This is a fact which means
much in any estimate of the agreeable
ness of the climate.
So accußtomed are the people of this
section to fine weather that a Blight de
gree of discomfort from this source dis
gusts them. The middle of Augußt last
was characterized by a few days cf high
temperature. This is the way the
Herald spoke in its editorial columns
of that episode:
Old Sol got in his work in fine shape
on us yesterday. The maximum fig
ure ran" up to 97 degrees Fahrenheit.
The current summer will propably
chronicle a larger number of hot days
than any other in the past ten years
in this section. But, much as we suf
fer from such a visitation, how blessed
our lot as compared with the sun
stricken and sweltering East! While
for an hour or bo the mercury
climbs to 90 degrees and even to
95 degrees, or as yesterday, to the
extreme of degrees, yet during
the earlier hours of the morn
ing temperature ranges only along in
the sixties. By 5 o'clock in the
afternoon it gets back to the same en
tirely endurable degree; later it falls
to (30 degrees, if not, indeed, to a lower
point. The cool nights are most pro
vocative of sound sleep, and we all
awake in the morning, refreshed and
reinvigorated for the day's toil. In St.
Louis, for example, the mercury has
THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 9. 1889
been ranging along at 100 degrees to 102
degrees as a maximum temperature,
while at midnight the nearest approach
to comi'ort has been 98 degrees. The
horses to the number of thirty a day
have fallen dead in the street.
Ab a contrast, on the 18th of the month
the New York World spoke of the
weather in that city and at other points
in this way:
Even the Signal Service man suc
cumbed to the heat and humidity yester
day. He lay back in his chair gasping
for breath. His collar had melted away.
His clothes hung limp about him, a
stream of perspiration poured down his
face and his hands hung motionless by
his Bide.
On a screen behind was written these
words:
Of all the sad words that mortal can spell,
The saddest are these: it's hotter than—,
well.
Just below in big letters was written:
Please do not say it's hot;
The man who said it last got shot.
And it was no wonder than even the
iron-bound, rock-ribbed, cast-steel,
double-plated signal-service men were
gone, for the humidity was something
awful, and like an invisible vampire
sapped the vitality of man and beast and
made them weary of life. Everywhere
the people said so; they told it to one an
other as they hurried through the swelt
ering streets; they talked of it in the hot
reßtanrants where they tried to eat and
drink and forget their misery, and up in
the great high factories and workshops.
Down on the Stock Exchange the bro
kers stopped in their wild chase after
money and found the weather a univer
sal meeting ground where bull and bear
could stand together, and the women in
the big tenement houses panted and
wondered to each other if it would ever
be cool again.
The thermometer at the top of the
Equitable building at 8 o'clock in the
morning marked 77 degrees. The
humidity then was 70, and the air-belt
thick and sticky. As the day advanced
heavy clouds hung like blankets over the
earth. Men found the air stifling. It is
doubtful if a more distressing hour than
that between 1:30 and 2:30 has been ex
perienced in this city this summer. The
air became closer and closer, and finally
the big drops of a thunder shower began
to fall. The shower lasted about an
hour, and during that time .06 of an inch
of water fell. After that the air percep
tibly cooled, and at 8 o'clock last night
the official tube registered 78 degrees.
Tho air was Blill full of moisture from
the rain, for the humidity was 80.
While New Yorkers sweltered, how
ever, people at Moorhead, Dak., wore
overcoats and shivered over fires. The
thermometer was just eight degrees above
freezing point. Last night Featl's-r
Point, on the St. Lawrence, was the
coolest place, the thermometer showing
48 degrees. A hot wave seemed to be
sweeping along the Atlantic coast, for all
the indications from Maine to Florida
were unusually high. The weather
men's prophecy of "cooler weather soon"
is too vague to bring much comfort.
But while some joked and tried to
make light of the terrible oppressheness,
sorrow and death were borne to other's
homes ou the humid atmosphere. Anna
Fitzpatrick, 60, of No. 332 East Fifty
fourth street; Daniel Shea, 48, of No. 89
Baxter street; Kate McGovern, 15
months old, of No. 503 West Thirty-sixth
street, and Louisa Kurtz, 3 months old,
of No. 673 East One Hundred and Fifty
sixth street, died from the effect of the
heat. The prostrations unattended with
fatal results were as follows:
Mary Flaherty, thirty-five, of No. 342
East Sixty-first street, overcome at
Broadway and Park place; taken to
Chambers-street Hospital.
Peter Conway, twenty-four, of No. 221
Eaßt Thirty-first street,"at No. 170 Hester
street; to Chambers-street Hospital.
John Matchet, forty-five, of No. 444
West Thirty-sixth street, at Tenth ave
nue and Twenty-second street; to New
York Hospital.
Hugh Tracey, sixty, of No. 17 Tenth
avenue, overcome at Forty-sixth street
and Ninth avenue; to Roosevelt Hos
pital.
Mary Lally, eighteen, a domestic at
tbe Grand Union Hotel, overcome while
at work; to Bellevue.
Joseph Tasker, thirty-five, of No. 36
Cherry street, at No. 54 Wall street; to
Chambers-street Hospital.
James McCall, thirty, of No. 506 West
Twenty-fifth street, at No. 531 West
Twentieth street; to New York Hospital.
John Barry, tweuty-eight, of No. 16
Jones street, at Morton and West streets;
taken home.
That our climate is better than the
best in Europe may be seen from the
following table:
S? £-<„ CI S 2 r.
uo»T» ifffJIfSIKUi
Host's *: d . 5 « »
30 r *'3B3B3S S
S B S S S I
D a" a c b E
I»iiii»rr .. 98.7 **.•! 9J1 8 48 2 47.2 58.6
l'VbriiBry '■ ■"•■»■- ■■•■"'• ,i r>4 - •'«■•"■ 50;2 .M.8
Uaroli .. ris.u'r.114 •■(ior.-jof.2.o.-i3.o
April .. S7.H .*•« f >7.(l r>7.2 57.0 :.s.;!
jaiir ' '" . in. l^iy, , . , til. O(i;i.oui.d lit;.?
jnnc ■ (5*.4 ii2 f. r .r» r. 7o.<) r.n.2 72 3
July .'!' " .'. 07.» i»r».T i:m.:i Tγ. 0 71.3 1)7.7
Aliirilsl.. . ill 7 t>7.11 01I..-i|7.'i.i> 7:1 -ll.:i
Sfi.Ii-mber' . .. il(J.(l'il5 ti tlT.r.jiW 0 70.ll 7H.«
October . Ua!5«i2 I 112.7 '74.4 II. H 70 s>
N..v,.inh.T , -<».■■:'< »V "'f SiM.d ">H.3 liU S
.. >."> 5 55.3 54,« Ull.O 19.3 38 4
Avmiiw BO« ''0 -• 9O.*|qO.< Ift 1 «0 B
Notice to the Public.
Office of Insurance Commissioner, )
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 7, 1889.)
To all whom it may concern :
Satisfactory evidence having been fur
nished me that a company, styling itself
the "Fidelity Mutual Life Association of
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania," is solicit
ing life insurance in this State by one
William Airichs, representing himself as
general agent, at Los Angeles, Cal., I
hereby give notice that the said Life
Association is not authorized to transact
business in this State; that all its pol
icies issued are null and void, and any
one soliciting business for it is liable to
prosecution under tho Penal Code of the
State. J. C. L. Wadsworth,
Insurance Commissioner.
Temecula Hot Sulphur Springs,
On the Santa Fe railroad. If you need rest, if
you are sick with blood, kidney, bladder, skin
or nervous dlseasos, go to Teniecula, where you
will be treated honestly, and at a reasonable
rate, by Dr Alex, de Borra, who has for the
past twenty years been engaged in managing
sanitariums. Address me, Murietla, San Diego
county, Cal.
The Growth of Los Angeles
And the rushing business of Mullen, Bluett A
Co. are the topics ot the day. Join the great
crowd pouring iv at Spring and First, and get
clothing at ;i great reduction.
Ten Per Cent Off.
The above reduction will be made on all
boots and shoes sold by us this day.
Meykr, Lewis ACo.,
101 and 103 North Spring street.
It is the gift of poetry to hallow every place
in which it moves, and to make tbe poet smoke
Cigarros from early morn till dewy eve.—Ell.
The Best and Lightest Bread
Ia made from Crown Flonr.
Albert biscuits, Dresden wafers, a'l flavors,
and full assortment of crackers, at H. Jevne's.
TENTS at Foy's harnesa dnop, 217DosAngelos
street.
DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD.
Publishes! by the Abstract anu Title
Insurance Company n* Cos As.
■rales,
Friday, March 8. 1889.
CONVEYANCES,
Parmella M Pomereue and Mrß Charlotte 8
Msxwell to Caroline B Drew—Lots Baud 9,
Stewart & Mnlford's sub lot X blk 3 Monrovia
tract; $1,000.
John McCoyeto Alexander Woodward—und
U of lot commencing VN 001 Lake aye and Lo
cust st, Pasadena; und half ol W';.lot4 rause
10 Temple .v. nlbaon tract; und half ot lot* 13
aud 15 block 103, Long Beach; lot 10. Arnold
A Mil,* Co's Ollvewond subd, lots 1 2 3 and 4
blk 8, Olfvewood; 8 70 ft of lot, 22 23 24 and
15, Webster A Stratum's sub Mayhurtt proper
ty; $5,000.
Elleu Farnam to 8 J Mlllikon—W'£ lot 7,
Western sub Lick tisct; $3,900
Uriah l'euhall to Kva M Turner—BH of W%
of SW'.of SE%. also 1 rod In width along «
side ol VW of W', of bW% ot BE% S clO 1 5 8
R 11 W; $1,000.
A E Heudricksto M S Montgomery —Part of
Vineyard lot 01, Auah.im; $1,500.
John Goldswnrthy, A M Hough, M L Wicks
and George F. Blxby to R Sherer—Lof 22. 23,
24, 25 and 20, and frac.l pt of lot 78 Golds
worthy St* st trt; $3,350.
W N Monroe to Mrs Maggie Valentiue—Lot 12
E F Speuc'H anl Monrovia; $l,0(iO.
J 0 Rowley to Anuie E Crandall—Lot 21 blk
A, Monrovia; $2,000.
N C Oswald and Jacob Rheingam to Wil
liam Frye—Lot2, blk A, Mart'n trt; $6,200
Nadeau Vineyard Laud Co t., R F and .1 0
Lotspelch—Lot marked reserved for warehouse
iv Nadeau Vineyard trt No. 1; $2,000.
Heury Clement to E X Alexander —Cud 1 : , lot
in pt of sec 29 !•% sec 30, aud pt ol sec 3i all
in T 2 N. R 13 W; $1,200
L H Carver aud Nellie X Carver to 8 C Brown
—Lot 14 Kerckhon" A Cuzuer trsct; $1 200.
Steams Rnuchos Co 10 Daniel Hutchinson—
Agreement. 10 convey LVj of and SW% ot
SK' , Sec 28. T 3 8, R 10 W; $1,»00.
James R Rigßins to Wm B Ladoux—Lot 29
bl ck A, Rlgijins Bros sub misc rec bk 36 p 22;
$1,060.
Los Angele» Farming nnd Milling Co, D Me-
Farlann, J B Lankershim and L T Garnscy to
Lankershim liutieh Laud and Water C — Lot
181. sub of E 12 000 acres tf 8% Ro ex-Mission
San Fernando; $3,000.
F U Long to Julius Pratt Long—Lot 15 b!ock
19 E I A; $1,550.
Cporge M Smith, Charles E Day and A H Fox
to William F Lancaster—Agreement, to convey
lot 4Sec 31, Ro Azusa de Duarte; $6,000.
.1 F Bunpcr to hlisu Farnsm—Lot 19, block
4, L A Impt Co's subdiv, part lots 4 aud 5,
block 39, H S: $1,500
Warren W FUherto Phila c Blake—Lot 10,
bock 1), Kirn tract, also lot 7, block A, clem
ent tract: $2,400
Isaac N Mundell end Anna A Mundell to
Thomas Banbury—Lots 29 and 36, Wilmington
Colony tract, lot 8. Park Place subdiv 8 G O G
lands, lots 52, 53. 54, 55, 56, 57, 80, 81,
82, 83 84, 85, 86 aud 87, Park P.ace add,
subdiv lots 4,5 and 6, X J Vawtera' subdiv
part 8 G O G Ass'n, and iot 46, same tract, lots
Bto 11, Inclusive, Wof Pa*k aye, part of Ar
royo Seen lands, a'so lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 17 aud
18 of B«id Arroyo Soflo lands; $8,173.
John Rey to C V Miller and J A Miller—Lots
27, 28, 29 and 30. John Key's subdiv lots in
S\V% Sec 7, T 2 S, R 13 W: $1,000.
A E Pomeroy to J M Miller— let 16 and
pait of lot 15, block X, Chapman trsct, Ro S de
8 A;$10,000.
K-.spare Cohn and O W Tubbs to T D
Cbeuev—l ots 7, 8 aud 9 block E, Walnut Grove
truot: $2,250.
California Cooperative Colony, Jotham
Blxby, Lewellyu Bixbv and Thomas Flint, to R
0 Jensen and Wm Lilly—Lot! 11 and 12 block
20, California Co-operative Colony trac ;
$1,000.
Providencla Land, Water and Development
Company to /- X Alexander—Lot 9 block 04.
lot 18 block 65, lots 16. 1H und 20 block 58, lot
6 block 63. lot 2 l,l«rk 33, lots 1,2 and 10 block
25, lots 15, 17 and 19 block 19, Buikank;
$2,675.
Same to same—Lot 4 pot No 85 sub Ros
Scott aud Providencla; $1,500.
SUMMARY.
Nnmbcrof transfers above $1,000 each, 20.
Amount, $72,523.
Number of transfers under $1,000, 2k.
Amount.ifTS 150.
Number of nominal transfers, 28.
Total amount of considerations, $85,673.
Note—Transfers of which the consideration
is less thaus 1,000 are not published in the
above list
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Is it not worth the small price of 75 cents to
free yourself of every symptom of these dis
tressing complaints, if you think so call at our
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For Sale
This week at Rice's, 328 and 330 South Spring
street, painted bedroom sets for $8 and $10;
ash sets for $14, $16 and $18; ant'qiie sets for
$18 and walnut sets for $25 and $30;
lounges for $3, $4, $9. $11.50, *12 50, $14 aud
$16; parlor sets for $30, worth $60; carpets for
one-third cost; glassware, stover, crock ry,
mirrors, beddiug, pillows, coiiutars, shelving,
chicken fixtures. Everything you waut at hulf
prices Get prices at Rice's.
Healers and Consumers of Beer
Will find It to their advantage to call on Phila
delphia Brewery, Aliso street, for the best laser
or steam-beer, good on draught for weeks at
lowest prices. Bottled lager $1.20 per dosen, if
bottles returned. Delivered to any pan of the
city. Telephone 91.
Cherry, Mahogany,
And other stains and varnishes, at P. H.
Mathews', Second and Loa Angelea. Telephone
1025. ____
Cannot Be Excelled.
Crown Flour always the best.
Just What You Want.
Gas stoves, for heating and cooking, at 3. M.
Perry's 30 South Main street.
Notary Public and Commissioner
For New York and Arizona, G. A. Dobinson
134 West Second street. Holleubock Block.
The Light Runuiiiß "Domestic" agency has
removed to 207 South Spriug street.
"Paint, your hugiy for $1." at P. H. Mathews.
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UNDERTAKERS
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Telephone No. 1030.
Opp. Cathedral Schools, 122 8. Los Angeleß
Street (open day and night), j-2otf
PECK & McCOY,
Undertakers and Embalmers,
No. 40 NORTH MAIN STREET.
Telephone 01. Day or Night.
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Patents secured in all countries, copyrights,
trade marks and labels. Room 9, Downev block.
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KINANCW AND TRADE.
Fluauvial,
EXCHANGE REVIEW.
New York, March 8 —The dullness in the
stock market was more marked to-day than at
any time in the present year, and the fluctua
tions were strictly upon a par with the business
done, the Anal result of the day's transactions
being entirely insignificant, except in a few
isolated cases.
Government bonds have been dull but firm.
Petroleum opened steady at 91% c. and closed
dull at 91c.
MONKY QUOTATIONS.
Nnw York, March B.—Money on call easy at
[email protected] per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, [email protected]
Sterling exchange dull and stead} ; $4.85%
for sixty da) bills: $4.88% for demand.
Bar silver, 92% c. per ounce.
Ban Francisco, March B.—Silver bars, 92%@
93% c. per ounce.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Nbw York March 8-Closingquotations:
0.8. 4s, reg 128UiNorthern Pac 26%
U. 8. 4s, coup 1201 j N.P.Preferred. ... 61 %
0. 8. Reg .. .107%' Northwestern 10«K
0. S. coup .. 107%!. V. Y. Central 108^
Pacific 6s 120 Oregon Imp't 55
American Bx. ...113 Navigation 100%
Canada Pacific... 50 (Transcontinental. 33%
Oanada Bou 63% Pacific Mall 35%
(Jentral Pacific... 35 (Reading 45%
dnrlingtou 101!, Rock Island 95*^
D. L. A W 139% lBt. Paul 63%
Denver4KloOr . 115% it. Paul A Omaha 33%
Uric 28% st Louis AS. F... 94(4
Sans & Texas. . . 112J„ Texas Pacific 20!^
Lake Shore 102% Orion Pacific 65%,
1.. A N 00% a. 8. Express 82
Mich Central 87% Fargo 141
Missouri Pacific. 71% Western Union... 86
Boston, March 8 —Closing prices:
A. AT first 7s. .118 I Mcx Cent c0m.... 14
AAT Lander 7a. 109 : Mcx Cent Ist m bs 71%
A&TRR . ... 54% 3an Diego L'd 00.
Bnrl A Qulncy,... 100%|
KININO STOCKS.
Ban Fbancisco, Marcli B.—The following arc
the closing prices:
Best A Belcher.B4.oo Peer 30
Chollar 245 Peerless 50
Crocker 45 Potosi 2.20
Con.Virginia... 7.75 Savage 2.75
Confidence 13 25 Jphlr. 5.25
Sould A Curry.. 250 Onion Con 3.60
Hale A Norcross 3.75 Yellow Jacket .. 3.75
Nbw York, March B.—Mining shares closed
as follows:
Amador 1.00 1 Hale A Norcross 3.60
Caledonia B H.. 2.0> I Homestake 10 00
Con. Cal. A Va.. 7.87 1 Iron Silver 3.25
Commonwealth 5.00 'Mexican 330
Dead wood 1.50 Mutual 140
Enreka 2.00 Plymouth 10.75
El Cristo 1.25 Onion Con 3.50
GouldACurry.. 2.40 I Yellow Jacket.. 8 80
Uratn iUartteta.
DOMESTIC.
San Francisco, March 8. - Wheat — Easy.
Buyer season, $1.44 per cental; buyer '89,
Barley—Quiet. Buyer season, 81% c. per cen
tal; buyer '89, 9l%iC.
Corn—Large yellow, $1.1214 per cental; smull
yellow, white, $1.07%.
Chicaoo, March 8.-1:15 p. M. close—Wheat-
Easy. (;ash,o9%c. per bushel; April, $1.01%;
May, $1.02%
Corn—Stead v. Cash, 34% c. per bnshel; April,
35%0.; May, 35 1316 c.
Oats—Steady. Cash, 24% c. per bushel; May,
26% c.
Rye-Quiet. 42c. per bushel.
Barley—Nominal.
FOREIGN.
Liverpool, March B.—Wheat—Quiet; holders
offer moderately.
Corn—Steady; demand fair. New mixed
Western, 45.9% d. percental.
Wool IHarKet.
Boston, March B.—There has been a little
more demand for choice domestic wool during
the past week, and the prices have been on a
steadier basis. Stocks are quiet. Territory
and other unwashed lleeces sold to a fair extent
at previuus prices, say [email protected]
Philadelphia, March B.—Wool quiet and
nominal.
"Cleuerai ltlarKon.
New York. March B—Hops—Quiet and strong.
Coffee—Optiouß opened barely steßdy, [email protected]
points down, and closed weak, [email protected] prints
down. Sales, 52,000 bags. March. $17 OOW
17 10; April, $17.05k}17.15; May, $17 05(ja
17.20. Spot Rio Aim but quiet; fair cargoes,
19c.
Sugar—Raw firmer: fair refining, 5 11*160.j
centrifugal 96 test, 5 13-16 c.; refined firm and
in fair demand.
Copper—No bids; irregular and nervous feel
ing; 95®50 points lower. Lake, March. $15 40.
Lead—Ftrmer and more active. Domestic,
$3.80.
Tin—Quiet. Straits, $21.50.
Chicago, March B.—Whiskey-$1.03.
Shoulders, $5.25(0)5.37%; short clear, $0,503
6.02%; short rib,, *6.15c»6.25.
Pora-Firmer. Cash, $1185; May, $12 05.
Lard—Steady. Oiin, #0.87',,; May, $6 95.
San Francisco, March 8 —Wheat—Standard
quality, # 1.42 V*
Miadliugs—sl6.oo(3l7.oo.
Butter —Fair to choice, [email protected]%c.
General Commission Merchant
Storage and Forwarding.
GRAIN, HAY, HIDES, WOOL, FRUITS
AND PROVISIONS.
25 San Pedro St., - - - Los Angeles, Cal
Referencea—T,. A. National Bank and First
National Bank.
Liberal Advancements Mode on Consignments.
Write for Quotations.
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OFFICIAL,.
~ NOTlOrTtM^^
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Moudßy, the 14th day of January, A. D,
isso, the Couucil of the city of Los Angeles
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of
its intention to pave with bituminous lime
rock surfsce, the curb to be of granite, Sonora
street, in the city of Los Angeles, from the east
lin»ofNew High street ro the west llncot
Main btreet, according to plans and specifica
tions ou tile iv the office of the Clerk of the
Council for paved streets, with broken stone
base with natural bituminous lime rock sur
fsce, to which said resolution No. 1,310 refer
ence is hereby made for lurtner particulars.
J. W. DROWN,
m 8 5t Superintendent of Streets.
"" NO iIOE (TP "STREET WORK.
\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
il Monday, the 25th day of February, A. D.
1889, the Council of the city of Los ADgeles did
at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of its in
tention to grade, giavel and curb, the curb to
be of redwood. Chestnut street, iv the city of
I.os Augeles, from 11 point 100 feet north of the
north line of Holt street to the so.th line of
Arroyo Seco, according to plans and snecllica
tlons on file in the office of the Clerk of Ihe
Council for making graveled streets, to which
slid resolutlou, No. 1,338, reference is hereby
made for farther particular*.
J. W. DROWN,
m9-5t Superintendent of Streets.
NOTI(Te~OF »trket" work.
VJOTIOE IS HEVEBY GIVEN THAT ON
1M Monday, the 25th dH.y of February, A. D.,
1589.th3 Council of theCityof Los ADgeles
did at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of its
intention to grade, gravel aud curb: the curb
to be of redwood, Logan street. In the City nl
LOl Angeles, from the north line of Seventh
street to the soutn line of Ward street, accord
ing to plans and speciiicittious on fllelnthe
nllice of the Clerk of the Council for maklug
graveled strctts to which said resolution No,
1,340. reference is hereby made for furtner
particulars. J. W. DROWN.
m9-5t Superintendent of "trect"
NOTICE OF SlJUfihyT WORK.
NOTICE 19 HFKKBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 21th day of February, A. D.,
1889, the Council of the City of Los Angeles
did at a regular meeting, pass n resolutlou ot
Its intention to grade, gravel aud curb; the
curb to he of redwood, Brooklyn street, 111 the
city of Los Angeles, from the west line of Fig
ueroa street to the east line of Swift street bc
cordingto plans and specification* on file in the
office of the Clerk ef the Council for inakug
gr-veled streets, to whioh said resolution No.
1,339, reference is hereby made foi further
particulars. J. W. DROWN,
mil St Superintendent of Streets.
MEETING OF THIS STrtKET IsaM
INW COMMITTEE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THKRE
will be a meeting of the Committee i.v
changing the Names of Streets tit the Counc 1
Chamber at the city Hall in the city of Lns Au
geles. at 10 o'clock a. M. March 15, 1889, at
which time and place all persons haviug peti
tions > r protests to offer lor or agalnt the chang
ing of the name of any street in said city are
requested to be present.
By older of tho Council.
M. F. STILK;",
Clerk of the Council nf the City of Los Augeles.
m6-10t
OFFICIAI
MO TICK OF INTENTION.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18
tbe Intention of the Council of the
city of Loa Angelea to change and establish
the grade nf Lucas avenue from Diamond
street to College Hill avenue, as follows:
At the southwest corner of Diamond street
the grade shall be as now established, 327.00.
At the Intersection of the east line of Lucas
avenue with the southerly line of Lake Bhore
avenue the grade shall bj as now established,
324 80.
At the northwest corner of Bilver street and
at a point in the eaßt line of Lucas avenue at
right angles thereto the grade shall be 353.
At the southwest corner cf Silver street and
at a point in the east line of Lucas avenue at
right angles thereto the grade shall be 355.
At the northwest corner of College Hilt ave
nue and at a point in the east lineef Lucas ave
nue at right angles thereto the grade shall be as
now established, 412,
All above heights are in feet and above
sea level datum
All persons interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may have with
the Clerk of the Council within ten days of the
date of the first publication of this notice
By order of the Council of the City of Los
Aneeles. at its meeting of February 25, A. D.
1889 M. F. BIILES,
Clerk of the Council nf the City of Los Angeles.
Los Angelea, February 28, IHS9. f2B 10'
NOTICE Or? AWARD OF CONTRACT.
PURSUANT TO STATUTES AND TO RESO
lutiou No. 1,323 of the Council o? the City
of Los Angeles, adopted February 25,
1889, directiug this notice notice Is
hereby given that the said Couucil, in open
session, ou the 4th day of February, 1889,
opened, examined, and publicly declared all
sealed proposals offered for the following work,
to wit:
lat. Daly street, in the city of Los Augeles,
from the North line of Hawkins Btreet to the
south line of Schieffelin avenue, to be graded
and graveled in accordance with plans
aud specifications on file in the otfice of the
Clerk of the Couucil of the city of Los Angeles,
for making gravel streets in the said city.
2d. A redwood curb to be constructed along
the line of roadway of said Dalv street from the
north line of Hawkins street to the south line
of Schieffelin avenue, in ajcordaucc with plans
and specifications ou file in the oflice of the
Clerk of the Council of said city, for construct
ing redwood curbs; and thereafter awarded
the contract for said work to Peter Barkman,
the lowest responsible bidder, at $0.57% per
front foot, a« specified in proposal on file in
the office of the Clerk of the Council.
Los Augeles, Cal.. February 28, 1889.
M F. BTILE3,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles.
m 7 5t
i iNoTTciTdTi^
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18
the Intention of the Council of the city of
Los Angeles to establish the grade of Nichols
avenue from College Hill avenue to Arnold
street, as follows:
At the intersection with College Hill avenue
the grade shall be as now established. 409.00
on tho southwest corner, and 410.00 on the
southeast corner.
At the Intersection with Arnold street the
grade shall be as now < stablished, 380.00 on
the northwest corner, and 387.00 ou the uorth
east coruer.
All the above elevations are in feet and above
sea-level datum.
All persons Interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may have, with
the Clerk of tbe Council, within tun days of the
dale of the first publication of this notice.
By order of the Council of the citj of Los An
geles, at ils meeting of March 4, A.D. 1889.
M. F. BTILEB,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Augeles.
mB-10t
NOTICE OF »T KEEl?~WOttfc
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 12th day of February, A. D.
18H9, the Council of the city of Los Angeles
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of
its intention to grade, gravel and curb—the
curb to be of redwood—Sotello street, in tbe
city of Los Augeles, from the e&Bt line of San
Fernando street to the west line of New Main
street, according to plaus and specifications on
file in the office of the Clerk of the Connci for
making graveled Btreets, to which said resolu
tion No. 1,320 reference is hereby made for
further particulars.
J. W. DROWN,
mO-Ot Superintendent of Streets
~ NOTICE OFSTKEET WORK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 12th day of February, A. D.
1889, the Couucil ot the city ol l,os Angeles
did at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of
its lntentiou to grade, gravel aud curb, tne curb
to be of redwood, Waterß street in the city of
Lob Angeles, from the sonth line of Temple
street to the north line of Court street, accord
ing to plans and specifications on file in the
office of the Clerk of the Council for making
graveled streets, to which ssid resolution No.
1,330 reference is hereby made for lurther par
ticula'i. J. W. DROWN,
mOOt Superintendent of Strec:s.
iTotice of htrkL 7 t^okk^
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 21st day ot January, A. D.
1889, the Council of the City of Los Angeleß
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of
its intention to grade, gravel and curb, the
curb to be of redwood, Truman atreet, in the
City of Los Angeles, from the north line of cer
tain city lands and south line oi land of N, M.
Stowell to tbe north line of lot X block I,Hamil
ton trsct, extended southwesterly, according to
plans and .specifications on file in the office of
the Clerk of the Council for making graveled
streets, to which said Resolution, No. 1,331,
reference is hereby made for further partic
ulars. J. W. DROWN.
mti-Ot Superintendent ol Streets.
NOITCE OF STREET WORK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 4th day of February, A. D.
1889, the Council of the City of Lob
Angeles did, at a regular meeting, pass
a resolution of its intention to pave with
bituminous lime rock stir face; the cur li to be of
granite, Fifth street in the City of lx>B An
geles, from the west line of Hill street to
east line of Olive street, according to plans
aud specifications ou file in the otfice of the
Clerk of tho Council for paved streets, with
broken stone base with natural bitumiuous
lrme rock surface, to which said reßolutton No.
I, 320, reference is hereby made for further
particulars.
J. W. DBOWN.
mB-5t Supt. of Streets.
NOTICE OF STREET WORK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
Mouday, the 4th day of February, A. D.
1889, the Council of tho city of Los Augeles
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolutlou of
its inteution to pave witli bituminous lime
rock burface, the curb to be of granite, Hill
street, in the city of Los Angeles, from the
south line of Second street to the north line of
Seventh street, according to plana and specifi
cations ou file in the office of the Clerk of the
Council for paved streets, wltn broken stone
base, with natural bituminous lime rock sur
face, to which said resolution No. 1,327. refer
ence is hereby made for further particulars.
J. W. DROWN,
mS 5t Superintendent of Streets.
PROPOSALS FOR STORM WATER
DKAIN.
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE UN
derslgued up to 10 o'clock A. M. March
11. 1889, for the construction of a storm-water
drain with two catch basius, from
west Hue of Fort street to we6t line of
Olive street, lv the city of Los Angeles, ac
cording to specifications to be furnished by
the City Surveyor.
The Council resorves the right to re ject all
bids.
A certified check for $50 must accompany
each bid as security that tbe bidder will enter
into contract if awarded to him.
M. F. TILFS,
Clerk of the Council of the City of Los Angeles.
Los Augeles, March 7,1889, m7-5t
NOTICE OF STREET WORK.
VfOTICK li HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
ll Mouday the 4-1. day ol Fchtunrv, A l>,
1889, the Council of tlie city oi boa Auge c
dld, at a regular meeting, pass a reso.utiou of
its intention to grade, gravel a d curb; tbe
curb to be ot redwood, Bellevue avenue, in the
c ity oi Loa Angeles, from the east Hue of Edge
ware road to the west line of Lomitas street,
according to plans and specifications on file in
the office of the Clerk of the Council for mak
ing graveled streets, to which said resolution
No. 1313 reference is hereby mae'e for further
particulars. J. W. DROWN,
Superintendent of Streets.
mB-5t
NO 1 ICE OF STREET WOKK.
NOTICE IS HKRKBY GIVEN THAT ON
Monday, the 4th day of February, A D
1889, the Council of the City of Los Augch
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolutlou <•!
its intention to pive with granite blocks, th -
curb to be of granite, Aliso street, in the city of
Los Angeles, from the east line of Ix>s Angeles
street to the west line of the right of wav of
the California Ceutral Railroad, according to
plans specifications on Ills in the offio o>
the Clerk of the Council for paved streets, with
granite blocks and srantie curb, to which a.id
resolution No. 1,332 reference is hereby made
for further particulars.
I. W. DROWN.
mB-5t Superintendent of Streets.
OFFICIAL,.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT IT 18
tbe Intention of the Council of the city of
Lot Angelea to establish the grade of Fourth
Btreet from Hope street to a point 165 feet
westerly therefrom, aa follows:
At the wi s 1 side of Hope street the grade shall
be as now established, 374 OOon the northwest
corner and 372 .00 on the soatnwest corner.
At a point 165 feet west ot the west line of
Hope street the grade shall be 363 00 on both
sides ol Fourth street
All the above elevations are in feet and above
the sea level datum.
All persons Interested are hereby notified to
file any objections which they may have, with
'he Clerk of the Council within ten days of the
date of tlie first publication of this notice.
By order of the Couucil of the city of Los An
gelea at its meeting of February 25, A. D.,
1889.
M. F. STILES
Clerk of the Council of the city of Lo< Angeles.
Im Aug-les. Feb. 27th. Feb2B-10t
NOTICE OK STKEET WORK.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, THAT ON
Monday, the 4tn day of February, A. D.
1880, the Council of the city of Los Augele*
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolution of
its Intention to pave with bituminous lime-rock
surface, the curb to be of granite. Seventh
street, in the city ot Lo> Antrelee, from the west
line of Main street to the east line of
Pearl street, according ' . plans and specifica
tions on Ale lv the office ol the Clerk nf the
Council for paved streets, with hydraulic
cement and broken stone concrete base, with
natural bituminous lime-rock surface, to which,
said Resolution. No. 1,325, reference is heiehy
made for further particulars
J. W. DROWN,
t mo-6t Superintendent of Btreets,
NO LICE OF STrYEf VVOiiK.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT OX
Monday, the 4th day of February, A. D.
1889, the Council of the City of Los Angelea
did, at a regular meeting, pass a resolution
of Its intention to pave with bituminous lime
rock surface; the curb to be of granite, Fort
street, in the City of Los Angeles, from tha
sou-h line of t-ixth street to the north line of
Seventh street, according to plans aud speci
fications on file in the ofiice of the Clerk oi the
Couucil, for paved streets, with broken stone
base with natural bituminous lime rock sur
face, to which laid resolution. No. 1,328,
refercuee is hereby made for further partic
ulars.
J. W. DROWN.
mB-5t Superintendent of Streets.
LKUIIL.
NO 1 ICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE.
SILVANUS WHITE VS. MORRIS ALBEE.
W. L. Cunningham and I. H. MacCarthy.
—Sheriff's Sale, No. 0,741.
Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and
sale.
Under and by virtue of an order of sale and
decree of foreclosure and sale, issued out of the
Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles,
State of California, ou the 23d day of February,
A. D. 1889, in the above entitled action,
wherein Silvanus White, the above named
plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of
foreclosure and sale against Morris Albee,
W. L Cunningham and I. H. MacCarthy, de
fendants, on the 20th day of February, A. D.
1880, for the sum of 4*o 20-100 dollars, in
gold coin of the United States, which said de
cree was. on the 20th day of February, A. D.
1889, recorded in judgment book 9 of said
Court, at page , I am commanded to
sell all that certain lot.piece or parcel of land,
situate, lying and being in the County of Loa
Angeles, State of California, and bounded and
described as follows:
Lot fifty-six (50) of the Waverly tract, as
shown by the map of said tract recorded in
book 12, at page 23, Miscellaneous Records of
Los Angeles county, to which map reference is
hereby made.
Public notice is hereby given, that on Satur
day, the 23d day of Irarch, A.D. 1889, at
12 o'clock M. of that day, in front of the Court
House door of the County of Los Angeles, on
Spring street, I 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 uecessary to satisfy said judgment,
with interest and coats, etc., to the highest and
best bidder, for cash in gold coiu of the United
States.
Dated this 26th day of February, 1889.
M. G. AGUIRRE,
Sheriff of Los Angeles Connty
By A. M. Thornton, Under Sheriff.
Jones & Carlton,
f2O td Attorneys lor Plaintiff.
SUMMONS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATS
of California, in and for the County of Loa
Dominique Laserre, Plaintiff, vs. Eulalim-
Higuerra de Laserre, Defendant. — Aotion
brought in the Superior Court of the State ot"
California, in and for the County of Los An
geles, and the Complaint filed In said County
of Loa Angeles, in the office of the Clerk ef sairt
Superior court.
The People of the State of California send
greeting to Eulalia Higuerra de Laserre, De
fendant.
You arc 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 Ange
les, and to answer the complaint filed therein,
within ten days (exclusive of the day of ser
vice), after the service on you of this summons,
if served within this county; or, if served else
where, withiu thirty days, or judgment by de
fault will be taken against you according to the
prayer of said complaint.
Tbe said action is brought to obtain a decree
of divorce dissolving the bonds of matrimony
betweeu the said plaintiff and defendant aud
for the disposition aud allotment of the com
muultv property of said matrimony described
in tbe complaint and for the custody ol the
children of said matrimony find ior genera!,
relief. Reference is had to complaint for par
ticulars.
And you are hereby notified that if yon fail
to appear and answer the complaint as above
required, the said plaintiff will enter your de
fault and apply to the court for the said relief-
Given under my hand and the 6eal of the Su
perior Court of the State of California, in and
lor the county of Los Angeles, this 12th day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine.
(seal.) CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk.
By F. B. Fanning, Deputy Clerk.
Smith, Howard A Smith, 117 New High street
ils 60t
NOnCE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY
of Los Angelea. state of California—Estate of
George H. Stowell, deceased.
Notice iB hereby given by the nndersigneii,
administrator of tbe estate of George H.
Stowell, deceased, to the creditors of and all
persons having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary
voachcrs, within four months from the first
publication of this ut tice to the Baid adminis
trator, at his place of business, to-wit: at the
offlceof his attorney, Wm. D. r-tephens, in the
Law\ers' Building, Temple street, in the city
and county of Li b Angeles, Slate of California.
Dated February 19. 1889.
SHERIDAN A. STOWELL,
Administrator of Goort/e H. Stowell, deceased.
124 31t
NOTICE TO CREDITORS]
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
County of Lob Angeles, State of California,
Katatcof KichttidC. Fryer, deceased-
Notice ia hereby given by the undersigned,
admli.istrator of the estateof Richard C. Fryer,
lecjsed, to the creditors of and all persons
having claims against the said deceased, to
exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers,
within four months from the first publication
ofthisrotice to the said administrator at his
place of business, to-wit: at the office of hie
attorney, Wm. D. Stephens, In the Lawye-a'
oiiildiin/. Temple street, in the city and county
>l Los Augeles, State of California.
JAMES M. FRYER.
Administrator or KICXABB C Fryer,
Dated February 19, 1889 Deceased.
134 31t
NOTICE 10 CREDITORS.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUN-
A ty of Los Angeles, mate of California,
hst-te of Maria S. de Florae, deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned
administrator of the estate of Maria S. de Flores,
deceased, to the creditors of, snd all persona
having claims against the said deceased, to ex
hibit the same, with the necessary voucheri,
within four months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said administrator, at the
office of Wm D Stephens, attorney for said
estate, in the Lawyer's Building, Temple street
city aud county of I,us Angeies, State of Cali
fornia, tbe same being the place of business of
said administrator iv tbe county of Los An
geles.
Dated this 12th day ol February, A. D. 1869.
J. G. CALLAHAN.
Administrator of the efctate of Maria S. de
Flores, deceased. f13m15
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
INSTATE OF ROBERT A. HEFFNER, DX-
J ceased—Notice is hereby given by the under
signed execntrlx of the estate of Robert A.
Heffner, deceased, to the creditora of, aud all per
sons having claims against thesaid deceased, to
to exhibit the Bame.with the neoessary vouchors,
within ten months after the first publication
of this notice, to tbe said executrix of said
estate, at her residence in the city of Loa An
«eles, on Olive street, between Second and
hlrd streets, in the oounty of Loa Angeles.
Dated this 7th day of March. A. D. 1889.
m 7 30t FLORA HEFFNER.
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