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THE ORANGE CROP.
How ltUrtlovlngr-Aboiit I,SOOe»n More to be Packed. The fact that six special orange trains are leaving the city every week for the Kast, shows that the orange crop is mov ing at a lively rate. A Hjcrald man called on Mr. Earl, of Chicago, one of the leading commission men in the busi ness, yesterday, and asked for some pointers on the subject. "About seventy-five carloads that is over L',ooo boxes of tho (rait are leaving this section every week," said Mr. Earl, "and of this we are handling twenty five carloads. Most of it is going to Chicago and points west of that place, although occassionaly a few cars are run to Cleveland, Detroit and even New York. Not much ia being sent, how ever, very far east as the Atlantic mar ket is well supplied with the Mepsina fruit which yielded eiormously this year. The rain of last week was rather benefi cial than otherwise to the orange-growers for it swelled tbe fruit and made the sizes more desirable and marketable than be foie. Trices aro ruling about the same as at tho opening of the season, and al though thtra is a good market demand I do not think the rates will be much higher, n.s there is a very heavy crop here. By the way, I saw in one of the local papers—not the Herald—a state ment that the orange crop was nearly harvested. Such* an idea is absurd. Only about one-third of the fruit has so far been sent out, and I anticipate that there will be 1,500 carloads more packed. I noticed in your columns tbe news that orange trees were being shipped into Southern California from Florida. Inquiry on mv part shows that thiß is not being done on account of any superior qualities of the Florida trees, although there is one class called the 'sour stock' that is being slightly imparted for the sake of the fruit. The principal reason why they are coming in is because the nur serymen here have run out of trees, and as, in spite of the scale-bugs, there are hundreds of farmers who can see the great profits arising from orange cul ture in this section, many more groves are being sot out, and the demand is therefore more than the local supply. I will have some good instances to give you of extraordinary yields when the season is over," said Mr. Earl in con clusion, "some of them will require a good deal of faith to believe." THE COURTS. Thtrsday, March 21, 1889. Department I—Cheney, J. Teople vs. Tom Johnson—Continued for arraignment until 4 p. m. People vs. A. K. Morros—Bail de clared forfeited and bench warrant to issue with bail in the sum of $1,000. People vs. David Hirsch —Defendant in court and duly arraigned ; April Ist to plead. People vs. Frank Beraldo—Order for feiting bail vacated and defendant ar raigned; April Ist set to plead. People vs. Ah Charley Ling—Con victed of b urelary in the first degree; April Ist set for sentence. People vs. Lewis Mayer—Arraigned; April Ist to plead. People vs. T. W. Lyons—Arraigned; April 2d to plead. People vs. A. Williams—Defendant ar raigned, demurrer filed, and April Ist set for hearing on tho same. People vs. Ah Lock—Defendant ar raigned, and April Ist set to plead. Department 2 -clark, J. Estate of James Bridges—Petition for settlement of accounts and distribution granted, and distribution ordered as prayed for. Estate of Pedro Yolomantes—Petition for distribution continued till March 30th. Department 3—Wade, J. Hadley vs. Kays—Thirty days' time time for filing affidavits and preparing and serving statement on motion for a new trial. Tanner vs. Chaffes, et al.—Defendant allowed until March 30th to answer. McFadden vs. Santa Ana, Orange and Tustin R. R. Co.—Defendant allowed until March 30th to answer second amended answer. Malloy vs. Malloy—Divorce; placed on the trial calendar for March 25th. Huber vs. Ernst—McCornas and Fisher substituted for Thomas Rutledge as at torneys for the defendant. Post vs. McCullough—Decree signed and filed. In the matter of tbe temporary re straining order asked for by J. Marion Brooks to restrain the city officers-elect from discharging their duties—Applica tion denied. W. D. English vs. J. C. Hickey—On trial. Department 4 —Van Dyke, J. Hall vs. Los Angeles county—Contin ued for session. Arostigui vs. S. P. R. R. Co.—Con tinued for session. Eastman et al. vs. Boyce et al.—Five days' further time allowed to amend com plaint. Kellogg et al. vs. Howes et al.—Ten days' time granted to prepare and serve a statement on motion for a new trial. United States District Court. The United States vs. Frederick C. Goodhue, charged with stealing letters from the United States mail—Defendant pleaded not guilty, and case set for May 1, 1889. . - , . The United States vs. Garland, charged with cutting timber on Government land —Continued till May 3, 1889. New Cases. Andy W. Francisco, J r , has brought Buit against Sheriff Aguirre, T. B. O'Hara and Martha O'Hara to recover $5,000 in name of damages, for defend ants having caused to be sold certain property belonging to Mary A. Edmon ston, and by her assigned to plaintiff for the benefit of her creditors. T. B. Atkinson, receiver of Frank dSchwaarke, insolvent, sues John West phal to recover certain property assigned to defendant by Schwaarke previous tc his insolvency; or alternatively, the valut thereof, to-wit, $925. Tbe Telescope. Workmen resumed their labors yeßter day morning on Wilson's Peak, fittini up tbe twenty-two inch telescope, whicl has been lent to Los Angeles until Octo ber, by Professor pickering, on behalf o the Harvard University. The tube an< about half of the machinery is already oi the ground, and the rest would have b; iihis time been there but for the storm which left from one to two feet of snov on the trail and blocked the road. Car centers are now engaged on the doim which will covef Ihe instrument, am which is to bo mounted with corrugatei iron. Homeward Bound. Moss Wallace, one of the best knowi sporting men about town, left on lac night's train for Moberly, Mo., where h is going to visit his folks. Moss's insid THE LOS ANGELAS DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1889, 1 pocket is well lined with crisp currency, for, on a sporting proposition the other day, he cleared over $2,000. Incorporations. The Cleveland Oil and Mining Com pany have filed articles of incorpo ration, with a capital of $100,000 in 1.000 shares, and Telfair, Creighton. I). H. Irland, L. C. Brand, H. C. Wyatt and T. E. Gibbon as shareholders and directors. The Farming and Fruit Land Com pany has incorporated with a capital of $1,000 000, divided into 10,000 shares, of which $750,000 has been actually sub scribed. The Trustees are C. M. Wells, L. J. P. Morrill. George L. Arnold, G. F. McLellau and H. C. Hill, all of this city. Marriage Licences. The following licenses to wed were ssued by the County Clerk yesterday : Claus Segelken and Anna Gress, both latives of Germany. F. R. Frost and Mary H. Greene, the ormer a native of Michigan and the lat er of California. Emil Bauman and Rosa Heyman, the ormer a native of Hungary and the lat ;er of Germany. Library Ketrents. The Board of Regents of the Public Library met yesterday morning, Mayor iiryson in the chair, and Messrs. Bry int, Barrett, Moriarty, Cohn, Hanley. Shafer, Sinsabaugh, Threlkold, Kuhrts md McNally present. The special com nittee appointed to examine into the nil for books ordered January, recom nended that it be paid. Adopted. The Soard then adjourned. Water Color Art. An exceptional opportunity of acquir ng a practical knowledge of this delight ul art will be afforded by Prof. Ivey to l limited number, who may make appli :aticn within the next few days. Par tculars obtainable at the various art itoros, or at the studio, California Bank building, corner of Second and Fort. If your dealer don't keep tbo Grand Republic Mgarro, don't take any other. He should sell bcm, for ho can make money ou them. FINANCE AND 1 RADE. fr'luatictal. CXCKANOK REVIEW. New Yore, March 21 —The stock market was ;Biet to-day, but there was a farther progress oide in tbe improvement started day before yesterday, and white fluctuations and final changes in most of tho list are not large, almost everything shows a gain to-night. Government bonds have been dull and steady Petroleum opened firm at and closed weak at 91c. MONEY QUOTATIONS. Nsw York, March 21.—Money on call easy at 2 per cent. Prime mercantila paper. 4}*((}C>'AC. Stirling exchange dull but firm; for 6ixtr daj bills: $4.88% lor demand. Bar silver, 93'/,,c, per ounce. San Francisco, March 21. ~Bilver bars, ©93' 4 c. per ounce. STOCKS and bonds. New York, March 21.-Closing unotitions: ■J. 8. 4s, rear 128' l\ Northern Pac 85^ a. 8. 4h, coup 129' i N.P.Preferred. ... UK U. 8. iV,s, reg... 107;< B !Northwestern 104?J 0. 8. 4>.|s,coup...lo7?»iN. Y. Central 107 Pacific Os 120 (Oregon Irnp't 53 American Ex, .. .110 Navigation 90>^ Canada Pacific... 47 7 H 'Transcontinentßl. 32% Ocnada Sou 525(,!Paciflc Mail 30 llcntral Pacific. 34', Reading 45 Murluißton 9T,%\ Kock Island. 91!4 O. I* & W Paul 62V4 Denver A Rio Gr.. 11 5\ St. Paul & Omaha 30% Brio 27., St. Louis A 8. F... 22% Kans A Texas... .U25-4 Texas Pacific 18% Lake Shore 100 V«; Onion Pacific 63% L. AN OO'i o.B.Express 80 Mich Central. . .. 8«v Fargo 138 Missouri Pacific. 08^siWestern Union... 8414 Boston, March 21.—Closing prices: A AT Land Gr 75.116 Mcx Cent c0m.... ttM AATRR 40?£; Mcx Cent Ist m bs 70 Burl A Quincy. ... 94%,3 an Diogo L'd Co. 24% KININO STOCKS. San Francisco, March 21.—The following are the closing prices: Best A Belcher.s4.3o Peerless 60 Chollar 200 Potosl 2.25 Con. Virginia... 8.50 Sierra Nevada.. 305 "}oulcl ACurry.. 205 Union Con 3.65 Hale A Norcross 3.95 Yellow Jacket.. 3.95 Peer 35 Nsw Yobs, March 21.—Mining shares closed as follows: Amador 1.30 Homestake 9.50 Caledouia B H.. 3.00 Horn Silver 1.15 Con. Cal. AVa.. 8.12 Mutual.. 1.40 Commonwealth 500 Navajo _ 105 Deadwood 1.50 Ontario 34.00 Eureka Con 1.40 Plymouth. 12.00 El Crista 1.10 iierra Nevada.. 290 Gould ACurry.. 2.f>o titandard 1.25 Hole A Norcross 3.70 Uraln martlets. DOMESTIC San Francibco. March 21. - Wheat—Firmer Buyer scasou, $1.39J H per cental; buyer '89, Barley—Quiet. Buyer Beason, 78J4c. per cen tal; buyer '89, 88>,4c Cbicaoo, March2l.-1:15 r.M. close—Wheat- Steady. Casn. 97 per bushel: April, 98*40.1 May 99% c Corn-steady. Cash, 34c. per bnshel; April, May, 35% c. ,_„,.,. . . . Oats-Steady to firm. Cash, 24' ic. per bushel; May, 25 11 10c. Rye—Quiet. 430. per bushel. Barley—Nominal. foreign. Liverpool. March 21.—Wheat—Quiet; holders ofFbr moderately. ,„., Corn—Du 1. New mixed Western, 55.10% d. per cental Oeneral RlarKeta. Baw Francisco, Earch 21.-Oats, Surprise, $1 12 1 ;|@1.175. Hay-Wheat, $9.00®14.00. New Yobk, March 21.—Hops-Quiet and 8 Coffee—Options opened barely steady at 10 to 25 points down, and closed ateady at 10 to 10 points down. Bales, 27.000 bags. April, $16 90: May, $10 9c(0)17.05. Spot Kio easier; fair cargoes. 18?4c. , _~,,„. Susar—Raw, higher: iair refiuing, o.>-l>c., centrifugal !I6 test, 6 l-10(n)0%c.: sales, J.>,000 bags: cou'.rliugals Obtest, Oa; refined, quiet ""copper—Moderately higher and active. Lake, March. $10.10 „ „„ „_., Lead—Dull and easier. Domestic, $3.67>^. Tin—Quiet and a shade easier. Straits, $21.05 Chicago, March 21.—Whiskey -$1.03. shoulders, $5.00®5.75; short clear, $0.50 @0 a-2'.y. short rib-, $0.15(4)6 20. Pork—Easier. May. $12.20; July. $12 32.,. Lard-Easy. Cash, $0.85; May, $7.02 - Tbe Copper market. London. March 21 —1:30 p. m.—Copper firmer at 412; holders ask £44. Paris. March 21.—1 r m.—Societedes Metaux shares, 30 francs; Comptoir d' Fscompte, 145 francs; RioTtnto. 293 francs 75 centimoß. 2 p. m—The Bank of Paris has declared a dividend of 40 francs per share. The Credit Fonder shares are weak; opeuod at 1320 francs, and now quoted at 1280 francs. 3 p. m.—Comptoir d' Kscompte shareß, 135 ''parir, March 21.—4 p.m.—At the close, tho Compt. ire d' Escompte snares were 137 francs 5 centimes; Socletesdes Mataux and RioTintos unchanged Paris, March 21.—The Financial companies shares are heavy; CreditFoncjer fell 27 franca; Rio Tinto active, aud advanced 10 francs. Paris, March 21.—Le Paris states that the Tribunal will to-day dissolve the Societe dcs m„iiit omi annoint M. I.evasseur liquidator J. D. GILL.EL.EN, General Commission Merchant, Storage and Forwarding. GRAIN, HAY, HIDES, WOOL, FRUITS AND PROVISIONS. 25 San Pedro St., - - - Loa Angeles, Cal References—T* A. National Dank and First National Bank. ' Liberal Advancements Made on Consignments. ) Write tor Quotations. , H3ly Depot Jottings. There will be a big excursion to Coronado to-morrow over the California Southern. Mr. H. N. Van Arnam, Traveling Pas senger Agent for the Southern Pacific, left for the north on last night' 6 train. The weather reports received by the Southern Pacific at 4 p. if. yesterday showed that all was clear, both north and south. The Southern Pacific officials estimate that the damage done to their line dur ing the recent storm will foot up to about 1100,000. Messrs. Amoa Burr, of the Vanderbilt; Jno. Clark, of the Union Pacific; J. W. Adam 3, of the Chicago and Alton, went to San Diego yesterday. It is not thought in railroad circles that there will be much building in the West this year, the fact of the Santa Fe's addi tional 1,100 miles of lino causing a de crease of $4,500,00(. in the net earnings of the road being rather a bad precedent. At Auction. Beeson it Rhoades will sell at their saleeyard, corner Second and Fort streets, Saturday, March 23rd, 10 a. m. sharp, good family horse, Surrey wagon and har ness. Also two good buggies and two good driving horseß. Sale positive. Don't fail to attend. Bun. Rhoades, Auctioneer. Rev. D. V. Bowea will preach for tbe New Church, in Grand Army Hall, 25 North Main street, next Sunday morn ing, at 11 o'clock. Four Havana Bufl'os for 10 cents! Just think of it, gentlemen; or a Grand Republic Cigsrro for 5 cents. They take the bakery, sure. Four Cents Per Day Secures a policy of $5,000 and $25 per week indemnity in tho Capital Accident Company. Herbert C. Parks State Manager, Los Augeles The Grsnd Republic Cigarro needs no further praise. They are sold in al' first-class cigar stores in Southern California. Try one. California Cat-R-Cure. Tho ouly guaranteed cure for catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever, rose cold, catarrhal deaf ness and sore eyes. Restore the sense of taste and unpleasant breath, resulting from ca tarrh. Easy and pleasant to use. Follow direc tions and a cure is warranted, by all druggists. Send for circular to ABIETINK MEDICAL COMPANY, Oroville, Cal. Six months treat ment $1; uy mail, $1.10. For sale by C. H. Hance. _ Gas Fixtures! Gas Fixtures! The largest stock of gas fixtures in the oity; tho most beautiful pa terns at S. M. Perry's, No. 30 South Main street. Christopher's Toast Foundry. No. 12 North Spring street, is the cheapest and best place to iat iv the city. Everything neat and clean. Theo. rapp, Wood Engraver, No. 10 Court street, room 9. Satisfaction guaranteed. Reasonable prices. Tufts' Lyon Arms Co. Will remove April Ist from First st. to 40 8. Spring. Catalina Hotel Opens March 15th. Fishing, hunting, boating and bathing. A model of Beauty \.nd spaed. The new steamer, March IS, to Jatallus. Finest Coffee and Waffles At the Toast Foundry, 12 North Spring street. $10 CLUB watch sold for if! 1 per week in in stallmonts, at HoUingsworth's, 30 d. Spring st TENTS st Foy'B harness Shop, 217LosAngeles street. Beceham's Pills cure bilious snd nervous ills. "Paint your bug?y ior 931," st P. H. Mathews. Hiomony cures neuralgia. 143 E. First bt. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorial furniture und Carpets. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FURK IT URE OF ALL KINDS, At Lowest Possible Jtiitot.. 814, 916 and 818 Mouth Spring (it., Bet Third and Fourth Bts. m 6-ti Storage and iiommlwlon. JAMES CUSSBN. T. B. HANBAHAN. HANRA.HAN & CDBBEN, UNDERTAKERS —AKD— PISOFESIiIONIL KMKAL.MEKS. Telephone No. 1030. Opp. Cathedral Schools, 122 S. Los Angeles Street (open day and night). ja2stf sfrarstirmiaTtFrrffll'slßriffM "w^"™ PECK & McOOY, Undertakers and Embalmers, No. 40 NORTH MAIN STREET. Telephone 61. Day or Night. iiiainaiiiiiiiiii n mil ■—— Established 1840. Jj —CUNARI). M —BETWEEN — Europe and America, For tickets, etc., appl7 to A. W. H. PEYTON, AGENT, 75 North Sprint;- Street, LOB ANGELES, CAL. m 22 lm TWO BRQTHEBB Having had many years' experience in the Restaurant business, we can certainly give you satisfaction. Strangers aud others visiting his city will And it to their advantage to give us a trial. MEALS, 25 CKN'IS. 21 Meal Ticket', *4. Steaks and Chops a specialty. The Finest let Cream and Pastry In the city. Chicken every Sunday. Breakfast, 5:46 to 11 A. H., with extra bill of fare The choicest Tea and Coffee in the city. 20 E. SECOND ST., a few doors below Main. THOS. & OUY BEDFORD, Prop'rs. m 22 lm NOTICE. THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER 00, will strictly enforce tho following rule: The hours ior sprinkling are between b and 8 o'clock a. M. and U and 8 o'clock r. H. For a violation of the above regulation the watei will be shut off and a fine of two dollars wili be charged bJfore water will be turned or aialn. "geoTw. Dooms & a*., —WHOLESALE — Paper Dealers and Bookbinders, 108 North I.os Angeles Street, LOS ANGELES, CAL. 3tl AUCTION BALE*. General Auctioneers. BEESON 8c RHOADES, AUCTION, Storage Ini > Commission. Peremptory Sales ol New and Second-Hand Furniture THURSDAY, MARCH 21, and SATURDAY, MARCH 23, At 10 A. m and 2 p. K. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Outside sales made on application. BEN U. KHO%flE>, Auctioneer. ja 5-tf H/H.MAfI^OSON^ Auction and Commission House, 144 SOUTH SPRING STREET, Will sell on Saturday, March 23d, at 2 P. ill. NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Consisting of handsome bedroom set ol differ ent kinds, parlor sets, dining-room, bedroom, and kitchen furniture. Carpets, etc ; abou everything wanted for housekeeping. Must and will be sold without reserve to the highest bidder. JO 3m 11. H. Tl tTI.OCK, Auctioneer. CARRIAGES AMD WAUONg. FOR FINE BUGGIES —AUD— CARRIAGES —so to— H. GIESE, The Fabm Implement Djcalub. 44 to 4S N. Los Angeles St.. Los Antel**. RETIRING FROM BUSINESS. EAGLESON t CO, 50 North Spring St. io's Furnishing Goods. ClosingjOut Sale GREAT REDUCTIONS! $25,000 Worth —Oi"- DNDERWEIB, SHIRTS, HOSIERY, NECKWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS, ETC., ETC., At a Sacrifice! Every Dollar's Worth must be sold out during the next few weeks. Not being able to find a much larger and more suitable store at a fair rental, we have decided to close out our business as soon as possible, and will therefore cell our stock at a sacrifice. Entire Stock and Fixtures for sale as a whole. EAGLESON & CO. 4 City Steam Carpet Cleaning Works, j - jT~j JOHN BLOJSSEP, Propr., 408 8. Pearl Si ***** >MU TELEPHONE 457. \ CARPETS ' n f-:_ : n @ . V\ TAKEN UP, r ' !| il ® \ cieane(i 11,1,1 )e - ' ■ i * v '* / the SaiUti ——— rttr-ov* I'PiioLSTE.'iisi; • ;>'' '' W DEPARTMENT la equally ti, 1r" t(}'~il BT" T" W well fllted up. and 11 you have SI. , *^a^*^^jqZ|MrjL \\ an y parlor work, Mattreiiß'ia : ( l I 1 JdL /£^'Wo!r/_=. j \t or Loungea you wish made •• -m?''^T «J over, we can accommodate ' 1 you on abort notice. " iiFoLD WAY NBW WAY. mlO 3m e*B niisCKjLI.ANEOCIs. The Sun that Dims the Stars. 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P\ QTrffVIA A O'JGKS i andODecfthemi>stdrcßtledol hum,n U1 » -\y J [)f\i 0 /V' £> J >A" ' 'I Js prepared only by the ABIETINE MIDJCAS i s ffi) co - CRli,ornl - orovlUe -5 1 MrCircnlars sent free, containing details* r ..,L /. c. ,i I »..£Pi" description. LT N 0- 0 —fcioiJ -1 V-^R 1 "Patf-ftir SAILSTTA ABIE For Sale by C. H. HANOE, 77 and 79 North Spring Street F. W. BRAUN & CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS. sB-12m LOS ANGELES, m -;: ;7 -;> Our Pi o m and H arrows Beat tlie Worl d. . . . MONTGOMERY, .GRANT & CO.. 333 N. I.os Anseles St. Branch Stores and San Bernardino.. NORWEGIAN STEEL PLOWS. BYRACUBE CHILLED PLOWS. BUGGIES AT COST, AND VEHICLES OF ALL KINDS THE SAME, We carry everything required by the Farmer and Orchardist. ml 10ia m 1 RECEIVED AND NOW ON SALE AT HARPER & REYNOLDS CO. Carload of those celebrated wrought-iron Home Comfort Ranges; also several car loads of Cooking and Heating Stoves for Coal, Wood, Coal Oil and Gasoline on hand. A very fine assortment of Geo. Wostenholm's IXL and Humaaon & Buckley'* Pocket Cutlery, American Carvers and Table Knives in fine cases, alsotbo*" celebrated brands of Razors, "Progress," "Bengal," and Wade & Butcher. Complete stock of all kinds of Builders' Hardware and Mechanics' Tools a! wave on hand. HARPER «& REYNOLDS CO. 48 and SO North Main Street. nio-em Over $1,000,000 Worth of Properties for Exchange A/T—A XZ>r~TIXJ~S?"ti ARE NOW OFFERING FOR ONE-FOURTH IVI </A / A l~ti I | I 1 value for cash several houses and lots,vacant lots and desirable sere properties A T TTn« r '~s"P> A GOLD iv Los Angeles City and County. JL I V^JCTi)JLN _l_ JT\. wanted at once by some of our cuttomers, who are willing to sacrifice choice properties. Please can now LAND OFFICE), 6 .,.. Properties for exchange in California and all Eastern States. Ranch Properties for Sale or Exchange. Cheapest in California, mieiaa $30 a Year-What it Will Do. THE UNION DEBENTURE BOND CO.. OF BOSTON, MASS, CAPITAL $500,000, WIXA, invest this small amount (divided iuto quarterly, semi-annual or annual payments), ends year lor ten years, and return $500 to you. This is at tbe rate of nearly 10 per cent compound interest. Learn to save your money. Buy one or two bonds, and have $1,000 or more saved np ta ten years. Call and get full information at once. WM. ALRICHB, Agent, mlO 12m 131 S. Spring street, Lob Angeles Theatre Building. 9