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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial. BXOHAN9B REVIEW Naw York, Ootober 24 — The stock market was less active today, especially in the after noon, when the bean ceased their hammering operations, bat the temper ofthe dealings was irregular and feverisb, but rather weak throughout most ol the day. The market closed qniet, fairly steady at fractional losses for the day. Bugar tonight is down 2%, Rock Island 1%, while Denver, Texas and Fort Worth, which was the only strong feature of the day, It up 1%. Government bonds were dull and steady. Petroleum opened strong at 102%. Renewed reports of an increased export demand caused it to advance to 164%, but at this figure heavy realizing sales caused a reaction. The market then became quiet, and closed steady at 163!.,;. Stock Exchange—Opening, 104%; highest, 104%; lowest, 102%: oloßing, 103%. Consolidated Kxchsnge—Opening, ;102%; highest, 104%; ;lowest, 102%; doling, 1625*. Total Bales, 1,730,600 barrels. MONBY QUOTATIONS. Naw Tost, October 24.—Money on call easy at 4@6 per cent. -,>_- Prime mercantile paper, 5%®7c. Sterling exchange—Quiet snd steady; 60-day bills, $4.81; demand, $4.85%. Bar silver, 93% c. per ounce. San Fbanoisco, October 24.-Silver bars, 94894J ;;c. per ounce. STOCKS AND BONDS. Naw Yobk. October 24.—Closing quotations; 0. 8. 4S, reg 127 iN.P.Preferred. ... | 0.8. 4s, coup 127 Northwestern....lll(4 O. 8. 4%5, reg... .105%iN. W Preferred...l 46 O. B. 4%5,00up...105% N.Y.Central 105% Pacific 8s 117% Oregon Imp't 56 American Ex 116 Navigation 160 Canada Pacific... 68%iTranscontinental. 33% Canada Son 53% Pacific Mail. 32 Central Paolfio... 34%| Reading 44% Burlington 106%. Rock Island, 97k D. L.A W 141%i8t. Paul 69% Denver A Rio Gr.. 116 St. Paul A Omaha a:!'.. Irie 21 BtLouis AB. p.... 24 Kans&Texas ...112%lTexas PH'.'iflc 19% , Lake Shore 95(*jUnion Paclflo 66% [Z AN 81%10.8.Express 82% 1 Mloh Central 'Fargo 137 Missouri Pacific. 69%]West<>ro Union... 84% Northern Pac.... 32% lAm. Cotton 0i1... Aly, ! Boston, October 24.—Closing prices: ' A. T. first 7s. ...117 I Burl A Quincy,... 1C 3 ! A, T. Land Gr 7s. 162% I Mcx Oent c0m.... 14% . AATRR. 130 I Mcx Cen Ist mbs 66 j MINING STOCKS. Naw Yobk, October 24 —Mining shares were : as follows: Caledonia B. H. 52.25 Independence .$2.16 ' Con. Cal. A Vs.. 5.06 Mutual 140 Deadwood 1.30 Mexican 3.10 1 Eureka Con ... 4.60 Ontario 34.00 Gould*Curry.. 1.50 Occidental... . 1.00 Hale A Norcross 2.75 Savage 1.00 Homestake 9.00 Sierra Nevada.. 1.50 Horn Bilver 1.40 Ban Fbancisco, October 24.—The following aro the closing prices: Best A Belcher.s3.6o Potosi $1.55 Con. Cala. AVir Ophir .4.16 Confidence.. 6.37% Savage 1.55 Gould&Curry.. 1.50 Sierra Nevada.. 1.65 i Hale A Norcroßß 2.95 Union Con 2.75 Peerless 25 Yellow Jacket.. 2.75 Oram lttaratets. DOMESTIC. Ban Fbancisco, October 24.—Wheat—Easier. Buyer season, $1.41% per cental; buyer'B9, $1.32%. Barley—Steady. Buyer season, 89% c. per cental. Corn—Small and large yellow, $1.02% per oental; white, $1.66. Ohicaso, October 24 —1:15 p. m. close.— ' Wheat-Weak and lower. October, 78% c. per bushel; December, 79yc; May. 83% c. Corn—Steady. Oetooer. 36%e. per bushel; November, 30% c; May, 35c. Oats—Steady. October, 18c. per!bushel; No vember, 18% c; May, 21% c. . Rye-October, 415*0. per bushel. ' Barley—October, 640. per bushel. FOREIGN. Livbbpool, October 24—Wheat-Dull; de mand poor; holders offer moderately. Cali fornia No. 1, 7s 2!-id. <J75.3d% percental. Corn—Firm; demand fair. New mixed western, 4s. l%d. per ceutal. California Fruit Sales. Chicago, October 24.—Porter Bros. & Com pany, agents of the California Fiuit Union, sold today: Quinces, $firstname.lastname@example.org; double crates of Muscat grapes $2,3502 55; Verd'\ $2.85® I 3.05; Tokay, in very bad order, $2.4.); Corne cheon, $2.05. Weuer&i rflt*rMets. Naw Yobk, October 24 —Hops—Steady and quiet Coffee-Options opened at unchanged to 5 points up, and olosed barely steady at s@lo points down. Sales, 32,000 bags. October and November, $14.95@15 10; December, January and March, $15.66®15.10. Spot Rio. steady; fair cargoes, 19% c. Sugar— Raw, nominal. Fair refining, sc. Re fined, steadier and ln fair demand. Copper -Dull and firm. Lake, October, 811. Lead— Quiet aud teady. Domestic, $3.75® 3 80. Tin—Aactive and irregular; closing lower. Straits, $20.85. Chicago, October 24.—Whiskey-$1.62. Shoulders, *email@example.com; short clear, $5.62H® 5.75; Bhort ribs, October, $5.30 Pork—Easy. October, $10.70; November, $9.75: January, $9.42% Lard—Steady. October, $6.26; November, $5.97%; January, $5.96. M 1 Tbe Local MarKets. Following are the prices bid (B) and asked (A) on Exchange yesterday: Wheat—Australian No. 1, $1.35 A.; White RUBsiaa, $1.40 A. Oats-Feed No. 1. $1.50 A. Barley—Feed No. 1, new, 65c. 8;67% A; Brewing No. 1, 67% c. B; 75c. A. Corn—Large Yellow in carload lots, 75c. B, 80c. A; Small Yellow in carload lots, 86c. A; Small Yellow, job lots, Bse. A; Large White, 70c. B, 80c. A; Small White, 75c. B, 85c. A. Flour—Snowflake, $5.16 A; Pioneer, $5.16 A; Fresno, $4.70 A. Mill Feed—bran, 9Qc. A; Cracked Corn, $1.10 A; Cracked Barley, 80c. A; Ground Bar ley, 80c. A. Rolled Barley—7sc. B, SOc. A. Mixed Feed—Corn and Barley, 90c A. Bags—Grain bags, 7c. A; potato sacks, 4%c. A, Seed—Alfalfa, new Salt Lake, 9%c- A; Al falfa, n w spot, lie. A. Hay—Beiley.wlre-bound.No.l.old, $7.56 A; Baney wire-bound No 1 new, $7.50 A; Barley rope-bound, No. 1, $7.00 A; Mixed hay, $6 50 A: Alfaifa. wire-bound, $8.00 A; Oat, wire sound, $7 00 A. Potatoes—Early Rose, Los Angeleß, 95c. A; Early Norlhern,9sc. B.sl 60 A;Peorlesß, $1.00. A; Burbank, Oregon, $1.00 A; River, red, 75c, A: Sweet Potatoes, yellow, 40c. A; red and white, 40c. A. Buttek—Fancy roll, Eastern, 55c. A; Fancy roll, Cal., 60c. A; Choice roll, 55c. B: Fair roll, 40c A; Mixed store, 40c. B; Pickled roll, 35c. A; Firkin, Choice Cel., 22c. A; Firkin Choice Elgin. 24c. A; Firkin, Choice lowa Fancy, 30c. A. Cheese—Large, ll%c. A; Small, 12%0. A; Small, 31b. hand, 13% c. A; Coast, fnll cream, 11c. A; Eastern, full cream, 13% c. A. Egos-Fresh, 29c. B, 31c. A; Eastern, 22c. A. Honey-Extracted, light, 5%c. A; Job lots, 6%c. A: Amber, 4%c. B, 5%c. A; Oomb, 15c. A; Beeswax, 18c. B, 19% c. A. Onions-Local, 40c. A. Vegetables jiitkd—Chillies per string, 75c. A: Garlic, 3c, A; Cabbas.e per 160 1b..500. A. Beans and peas—Pink, No. 1, $1 85 8;52.25 A; Lima, $2.95 B; Navy, small, $1.85 B, $2.25 A; Navy, f. o. b. shipping point. $1.85 B, $2.10 A; Garavancos, $2.25 A. Poultry—Hens, No. 1, $5.50 B; Old Roosters, ?5.00 B; Young Roosters, $5.00 B; Broilers, nrge, $3.75 B. $4.00 A; Broilers, small, $3.25 B, $3.50 A; ducks, small, $4.00 a; Geeae, each, 'Viva Stock—Hoge, $4.50 B; Beef Cattle, choice steers, $2.25@2 56. Dried Fruit—Peaches, sun-dried, No. 1,12 c. B; No. 2, lOe. B; peeled.No. 1,15 c. B;Apricots, run dried, 10% c. A; 12c. B; Apples, sun-dried, 7%c. A; Apples, evaporated, B%c. A; Apples, Hunt's Alden, 8%0, A; Prunes, Cal. French, 6c. B, Be. A; Prunes, Cal. German, 7c. A. Raisins—Extra London layers, $2 00 A; Three Crown, new layers, $1.70 B. $1.90 A; Laose Muscatels, $1.35 B, $1.50 A; bulk raisins, 3%e. B; Dried Grapes, 2c. B, 2?* c. A. Cbanbebeiks—Cape Cod, perbbl., $16.60 A. Bell & Bugle, $11.00 A. Nuts—Walnuts, new Los Nietos, 7%c. B; Walnuts, new Los Augeles, 7a. B; Walnuts, o'd, 6c. A; Peanuts, Gal. No. l, sc, A; Almonds, 8. 8., 160. A; Almonds, H. 8., 4c. A. L«mons-$3.50 B. Wool—Fall dip, per lb., b® 9c. B; Lamb's, per lb., 9c. B. Lard—4o-lb. tins, B%c. A; 3-lb. pails,9c. A; 5-lb. palls, B%c. A; 10-ifc. pails, B%c. A. Hamb—Eastern Ssgar-Cured Lily, 15% c. A; Eastern sugar cured, to arrive, 13c. A; Armour, 14Jio. A. Your grocer Keeps Elgin condensed milk. < Beecham's Pills core Dillious and nervous ills. Superior to All—Elgin condensed milk. One Uallon Sherwin-WlUtarae' paint covers 300 square feet two coats. Try Elgin brand condensed milk. A oan ot Ardenter Mustard will please you Tour grocer has it. THB LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD: FRIDAY MOBNIJfG. OCTOBER 1 25 1889. DAILY REAL ESTATE RECORD. Puollsned by »tae Abstract u( Title Insurance Company of I.os Am (■las. Thurbdat, October 24, 1889. rosvsvisi k« John E Packard to Minerva Hawkins—Lot 82, J X Packard Vineyard tract; $1,100. J Jt Holmes to C B Holmes-Lot 36, Golds worthy Eighth street tract; $2,006. Mary 0 Baskin to Ada Ward Nason—Lot 2 block 5 div 1, Raymond Impt Co's tract; $2,500. 0 O Monroe to Mary V Whittlngton—Lots 9 snd 10 block O. Monroe add, Monrovia tract; $3,260. Fredrick Scbwe'zer to Alfred Day, Jr—Lot 3 block 2 and lots 38 and 47 block 3, sub lot 33, Meadow Park tract, Ro Los Palos Verdes; $1,000. John W Hinton to Wm Benz—Lot 3 block 25, Huber tract; $9,060. John H Robinson to Misa Elizabeth Robin son—Lot 29 block 19, L A Impt Co's sub part of lots 2, 3, 7 and 8 block 39, H 8, also lots 1 and 2. Lone A Stedman tract; $2,160. William Palmateer to JosephineTraver Palm steer—Lot 1 Lyman, Rise A (Helen sub part lot 5 block L, San Pascual tract, $1,600. Mrs Elizabeth B Dexter to Martin C Parker- Lots 25 and 26, Cochran & Bpilley sab Pasa dena; $3,226. Clark G Raseyiand D J Bracken to Margaret F McLane—Lot :45, Masters sub Pasadena; $2,606. C O Rasey and D J Braken to Rose J Rasey— Lot com on X line Enclid aye N of Colorado st, Pasadena; $3,660 J A Garner to W A Garner—Lots 632, 652, 775 to 786. 2134 to 2146, 2245 to 2249, 2260 to 2275, 1748 to 1755,1806 to 1814, 314 to 318, 161 10 163, 217 to 249, 319 to 336, 397 to 469, 482 to 488, 312,313, Chicago Park, 3 Monrovia; $46,606. £ A Miller to A D Childress—Lots 1 and 3 block 87, Long Beach; $3,660. 0 W Innes to E A Miller—Lot 127 and E% lot 126, Ellis tract; $5,250. SUMMARY. Number of transfers above $1,000 each, 14. Amount, $78,970. Number of transfers under $1,000,14. Amount, $4,641. Number of nominal transfers, 15. Total amount of considerations, $83,611, Note—Transfers of which the consideration is less than $1,000 are not published in the above list. Tne Verdict In amnio us Is that the house of Hawley, King A Co., 66, 68 and 70 North Los Angeles street, is head quarters for stylish carta, buggies and carriages. You will also And there all kinds of agricul tural implements, including anything Hm a spade to a complete thr. shing oo'fit. Are you in chickens? If so, there is the place to go for your corn-sheller, bone mill and poultry net ting. Are yon a road maker? Call and see their grading plows and scrapers, and the cele brated Improved Reversible American Champ lon Grader. It will make a first class road for one hundred dollars a mile. Consumption Surely Cured. To the Editor:—Please Inform your readers (hat I have a positive remedy for Consumption. By its llmely ase thousands of hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I shall be glad to send two bottles of my remedy fbbk to any of your readers who have consumption if they will send me their Express and P. 0. Address Respectfully. T. A. SLOCUM, M. 0,181 Pearl St.. N.Y. _ Snertvln- Williams' prepared house paints at P. H.Mathkws', Second and L.A.sts. ACCTION MI.L —GENERAL— Auction and Commissioa Bonse. NOS. 119 and 121 W. SECOND ST. Peremptory Sales ol New and Second-Bono Furniture WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, SATURDAY, OOT. 26, At 10 M. and 2 r. it. AUCTION SALE OF HORSES AND CAR RIAGES ON SATURDAYS. BE" O. HHOADES. Auctioneer. 05-M " OOEUUMIVH AND BWOHAttJtS. E. G. Witsb, Proprietor. GRAIN, WOOL —AND— General Merchandise farehonse. Advances made on wool. s!2-tf California Warehouse CORNER SEVENTH AND ALAMKDA. Grain, Wool and General Merchandise Warehouse. Storage. Commission A Insurance. . 014 tf MAIN-ST. WAREHOUSE, Cor. of New N. Main snd Eolly Street*, «;i;.\ukai. stomauc. Advances made on Grain. CECIL C. R. SUMNER, Proprietor. oci 2 lm POSTPONEMENT. ACgICDLTUEAI FAIR AND EACES. Agricultural Park, MONDAY, OCT. 28th to IV. 2d, INCLUSIVE CCIS 7t a 'NEW STOKE: BOWEN & CHILDRESS. t "THE ELDORADO STORE" Have removed from corner of Spring and Six'h streets to Nos. 438 and 440 South Spring Btreet. , A New Stock of Groceries hot been lain ln. TBI BFHONB 4SI. oc9 lm OFFICIAL. for delinquent assessments levied to pay the expenBe of opening los angeles street between first and SECOND STREETS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PUR snant to the proajsions of the statutes of the State ol California, relative to the collec tion of assessments to nay the expenses of opening, widening and improving streets within municipalities, I, W. E. Morford, Btreet Superintendent of the city of Los Angeles, snail, on Friday, the first day of November, A. D. 1880, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, in front of the Superiutendeut of btreets'foffice in the new City Hall, on Fort street iv aald city, sell at public auction for lawful money of the United States, all the property described ln the following delinquent list attached to this notice, upon which the delinquent assessment des cribed in saii list are a lien, to pay said assess ment, together with the costs and penalties accruing thereon, unless said assessment shall be Daid before said cay of sale, together with the costs and penalty. W. E. MORFORD, Street Superintendent of ths City ol Los DstMOOt 23d, A. D. 1889. I hereby certify tbat the following is a true and correct delinquent list of all persons and property owing assessments levied to pay tbe expense of widening Los Angeles street, in the city of Los Angeles, between First and Second streets, which list contains the uame of the person and description of the property delin quent, together with the amount of the assess ment, costs and percentages thereon. delinquent list. The property oi the Los Angeles Electric Railway Company, being for $237.72. W, E. MORFORD, Street Superintendent of the city of Los Angeles. 0c23 5t PROPOSALS, RE-ADVERTISED FOR, TO BUILD SCHOOL HOUSBS UPON THE NEW SCHOOL SITES BELKCTED, AND FOR THE ENLARGEMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS ALREADY ERECTED. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVEB by tbe undersigned up to 12 o'olock m. of October 28, 1889, for the erection of 2, 4 AND 8-ROOM SCHOOL-HOUSES Upon 'he new sites recently adopted by the Council of the City of Los Angeles. Also, further proposals will be received for the addition and enlargement of buildings al ready erected, as follows: At the Breed-street school an addition of fonr rooms. At the Amelia Btreet school an addition of four rooms At the Garey-street school an addition of four rooms. At the Seventh-street school an addition of two rooms. At the Castelar-street school an addition of four rooms. At the Pearl-street EChool an addition of two rooms. At the Pine-street school an addition of four rooms. At the San Pedro-B'.. eet school an addition of two rooms. At the Temple-Btreet school an addition of fonr rooms. All proposals are to be made in accordance with the plans which have been recommended by the School Board, examined by the City Superintendent o> Buildings as to their con venience and easy escape ln case of fire, and adopted by the Council of the city of Los An geles. For 8-room buildings proposals will b» re ceived for both wood and brick. The City School Superintendent will furnish full particulars aB to plans, specifications and locations for proposed buildings. A certified cheek for $100 must accompany each bid as a surety that the bidder will enter into a conlrsct in conformity with his bid if accepted by Council. The Conncil reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Council of tbe city of Los Au geles at its meeting of October 21.1889. FREEMAN G. TEED, City Clerk. By Geo. E. Seip, Deputy. Los Angeles, Cal., October 22d, 1889, 022 6t PROPOSALS FOR THE CONSTRUC TION OF LEVEE WINGS FOB THE LEVEE ALONG THE LOS ANGE ; LEB RIVER. NOWE 18 HEREBY 8I"ES THAT SEALED proposals will be received by tbe under eifnf d np to 10 o'clock a. m. Monday, Octeher 28, 1889, for the construction of levee wingi for the protection of tho levee along [he official bed of the Los Angeles river, at places designated by the City Engineer, as follows, to-wit: Three (3) wings north of Dowuey avenue bridge. Three (3) wings north of Kuhrts street bridge One (1) wing south ol Kuhrts-street bridge. According to pla'is and specifications on 110 ln the office of the Ciiy Clerk. The Council reserves the right to reject any and all bids. FKEEMAN G. TEED, City Clerk. By Geo. E. Seip, Deputy. Los Angeles, October 23,1889. 0c23 5t NanCE - OF FOBfiOLOSURE BALE. WI. EeGARMO, PLAINTIFF, VS. LUCY • E. Bohannan, "widow," Lucy E. Bo hannan, Administratrix of tbe estate of George W. Bohannan, deceased, Francis M. Bohau nan, Defendaots . nheriff's Sale, No. 11,336. Order of Sale aud 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 Augeles, State of California, on the 2d day of October, A. D. 1889, iv the above entitled action, where in W I. DcGarnio, the above-named plaint iff 1 , obtained a judgment and decree of foreclos ure . and sale against Lucy F. Bohannan, "widow," etal., defendants, on the 2d day of October, A. D. 1889, for the sum of 1,274 28 dollars in lawful money of the United States, which said decree was, on the 3d day of Ootober A. D. 1889, recorded in judgment book 13 of said Court, at pa«e 175,1 am commanded to sell all tba', certain lot, piece, or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the County of Los Angeles, State ol California, and bounded and described as follows: The NE! 4 of NW! 4 of Section 11, Town ship IS, Kanr c 10W, sau Bernardino Meridian, together with all and -ingular tho tenements, hereditaments snd appurtenances thereunto I. 'looting or ln any wise appertaining. Public notice is hereby given, that on Mon day, the 4th day of November, A. I). 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, 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 necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the higheGt and best bidder, for cash lawful money of me United Stateß. Dated this 10th day of Ootober, 1889. M. G. AGUIRRE, Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By A. M. Thobnton, Under Sheriff. W. E. Dunn, Attorney for Plaintiff. ocll fri-4t SALE OF BONDS. 4 IRLAND SOUTH SIDE IRRIGATION DIS v trlct, Colusa Couaty, Cal. Notice is hereby given by the Board of Directors of Orland Soutbside Irrigation District that said Board will at its office in the town of Orland, in the county of Colusa, State of Cali'orniu, on the sth day of November, in the year 1889, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day sell to the highest responsible bidder for cash in gold coin of the United States, 250 bonds of said District to the sroount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50, -000), oeiug part of an issue of bonds a-gregatlng the sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000); that sealed proposals for tho purchase of said bonds will be received by snid Board at its office till the day and hour (.foresaid, at which time said Boaid will open the proposals and award the pur chase of said bonds to the highest responsible bidder; tbe said Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids, and will in no event sell any of said bonds for less than ninety per cent, of the face value thereof; said bonds are dated on the Ist day of January, in the year 1889, and bear interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually; the coupon; which have matured will be detached before sale and any interest accruing between the lsl day of July, in the year 1889, and the date ol delivery of said b .ads shall be credited betore delivery on the next, maturl" g coupons at tached to said bonds. L. P. BEHRKNS, secretary of said Board. Orland, Cal., Octobor 12,1889. 014,21t NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE TAX payers of Lob Angeles county that Btaw J and oounty taxes for tbe fiscal year ol 1889-0( will l>e due and payable at the office of th< County Tax Collector, corner Temple and Nefl High streets, on Monday, November 4, 1889 delinquent at 6 o'olock p. in. Monday, Decern ber 30. 1889, and unlets paid prior thereto t per oent. will be added f o the amount thereof To those who-e addresses anpear upon the as sessment roll will be mailed a postal card giv Ing number of bill and amount of taxes due For the benefit of those who cannot attend thi rfflce during tho day, the doors will be opei from 6 to 9 p. m. every Satuiday night. ROBERT a. PLATT, County Tax Collector. Los Angeles, October 19,1889. oc2o lot LE6AL. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION. SAN GABRIEL VALLEY BANK VS. YOUNG Men's Christian Association of Pasadena.— Sheriff's sale, No. 11,393. By virtue of an execution ltsued ont of the Superior Court of the Oountyof los Angeles, State of California, wherein San Gabriel Valley Bonk, plaintiff, and Young Men's Christian Association of Passodena, defendant, upon a judgment rendered the 3d day of October, A.D. 1889, for the sum of $1,673.07 in lawful money of the United States, besides costs and Interest, I have this day levied upon all the light, title, claim and interest of said defend ant. Young Men's Christian Association of Pasadena, of, ln and to the following described First parcel of realty—Within thecitj of Pasa dena. Los Angeles County, California, and be ing the west 45 (forty five) feet of lot 46 of J H. Baker's subdivision of the south % of lot 9, Berry & Elliott Tract, Division "C," as per map of said subdivision of record ln the office of the Recorder of Los Angeles Cunnty, California, in Book of Miscellaneous Records 10, st page 60, together with the rights to br;dge over across the East 15 feet of said lot 46 at a height not lesa than 14 feet above the ground and to perpetually maintain such elevated conntction of bridging. Seoond parcel of realty—Within the rancho Ban Pasqual, Los Angeleß County, California, and being Lot five 15) of Snoup's Addition to Olivewood, according to a map of said tract (additional) of record in the office of the Re corder of Los Angeles County, California, ln Book of Miscellaneous Records 11, at page 25 Public notice is hereby given, that 1 will, on Friday, the Bth day of November, A. D. 1889, at 12 o'clock m. of that day, ln front of the Conrt House door of the County of Los Angeles, nn Spring street, sell at public auction, for cash, lawful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interest of sold de fendant, V. M. C. A ssociatlou of Pasadena, of, in and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc, to the highest and best bidder. Dated this 15th day of October, 1889. M. G. AG IRRB, Sheriff of Los Aligeles County. By A. M. THORNTON. Under Sheriff. W. S. Wright, Attorney for Plaintiff. ocl6 wed*t NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE stockholders of the Alhambra Addition ater Company that the Board of Directors of said corporation has called a meeting of the stockholders to meet st the office of the com pany in the building known as the San Gabriel Winery, which is tbe building where the Board of Directors usually meet, and the principal place of business of said corporation, said building being ln San Gabriel, Los Angeles County, California, on Saturday, the 23d day of November, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, for tbe purpose of taking into considera tion the propriety of ccatlng a bonded in debtedness of this corporation for the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars and <o authorise the issuance of the bonds of this corporation to that amount. Bald bonds to be secured by a mortgage or deed of trust upon all the property of this corporation. T. G. HAINES, Secretary. September2"th, 1889. selB weds-10 CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP. WE CERTIFY THAT WE CONSTITUTE A partnership for transacting business ln this btate. Our place of business is the City of Los Angeleß. Our firm name is Washburn Brothers. The full names and respective E laces of residence of each are sign d hereto, ated, beptember sth, 1889. W. J. WASHBURN, Los Angeles, Cal. F. E. WASHBURN, Los Anteleß, Cal Acknowledged ln person on the 20th day of September, 1889, before Richard D. List, Notary Public in and for Lob Angeles county. 8e26 thur4t NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE LOS ANGELES SAVING* BANK (4CoR pontion), Plaintiff, vs. James P. McCarthy JameSB Luckenbach an<! Kdwsrd McCarthy, Defendants. Sheriff's sale, No. 10,758. Order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale. Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foieclosure and sale, issued out of the Superior Court of the County of Los An geles, State of California, on the 27th day of beptember, A. D. 1889 in the above entitled action, wherein Los Angeles Savints Bank (a corpoiation). the above-named plaintiff, ob tained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against James P. McCarthy et al., defendants, ou the27thdsy of September, A.D. 1889, for the sum of $ 1,167 10 in sold coin of the United which said decree was, on the 27th day of September, A. D. 1889, recorded in judgment book 13 of raid Court, at page 145, I am comminded to sell all that certain lot, piece or parcel of laud situate, lying and beiug in the County of Los Augeles, State of California, aud bounded and described as follows: The northeast quarter of section four (4) in township one (1) north, of range fourteen (14 west, ol San Bemaiditio meridian and base line. Public notice Ib hereby given, that on Thurs day, the 24th day of October, A.D. 1889, at 12 o'olock, in., of that day, in frout of the Court House door of tho County of Los Angeleß, on Spring street, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and aale, sell the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the hignest and best bidder, for cash, TJ. S. gold coin ol the United States. Dated this 27th day of September. 1889. M. G. AGUIRRE, Sheriff of Los Augeles County. By A. M. Thornton, Under Sheriff. Graves, o'Melveny & Shankland Attorneys for Plaintiff, ocl tuit ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT IN pursuance of an order of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, State of Cali fornia, made on the 10th day of October, 1889, in the » after of the estate of Elizabeth Weibecke, deceased, the undersigned Admln trator of the estate of said deceased, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, gold coin of the United States, on Tuesday, the 29th day of October, 1889, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m„ at the late residence of the deceased, on First street, be tween Wilmington snd Vine streets, in said city of Lob Angeles, the following personal property, to-wit: 5 trunks of clothing, 1 sewing machine, 1 parlor set of furniture (2 rocking chairs and 4 upright chairs, 1 tab'e, 1 looking-glass, 1 large picture, 2 oorner-boaras), 6 carpets ln 6 rooms, 8 bureaus, 24 chairs, 13 tables, 3 double bedsteads, 9 single bedsteads, 12 bed spreads, 15 blankets,47 pillow cases, 42 towels, 3 long tables, 1 cooking stave, 1 lot crockery, 1 lot jewelry, to-wit: 1 gold watch and chain, 1 pair Blecve buttons, 1 breast pin, 1 pair ear rings, 1 gold buckle. October 10th, 1889. JOHN ROHLMOOS, Administrator of the Estate of Elizabeth Wei becke. BEN. O. RHOADES, Auctioneer. Smith, Winder & Smith, Attorneys for Administrator. 0019 lOt NOTICE TO~ DAIRYMEN. YOUR ATTENTION IS HEREBY CALLED to Oidtoance No. 382 (new series), vis: An ordinance relating to weights and measures, and prescribing the duties of the Sealer of Weights and Measures as published in tho Los Angeles Daily Herald. You are, therefore, requested to call immediately at tho office of the Sealer of Weights and Measures at the City Hall for the purpose of arranging for a date when cans can be tested and Bealed. FRANK MARSH. ocl2 30t Sealer of Weights and Measures. VEUVE CI^I^QUOT. (Yellow Label.) the A. VIGNIER, Sole Agent LEADING /V ai,» iV (T ' j '° r CHAMPAGNE Pacific Coed. H. J. WOOLLACOTT, Agent for Los Angels county for the Veuve Clicqnot chempagne Vichey Water and J. J. V. Vegas' Importe I Sherries, Ed. Pernod Absinthe. Also dealer In A. V. H. Fine Qlc. The above goods, together with a fine assort ment of California wines, can be obtained from H. J. WOOLLACOTT, 26 and 28 Nonh Spring street, Los Angelee, Gal., or at his branch, 351 South Spring. Visitors invited. ITelephone 44. Goods promptly delivered. o!4 5m GEO. W. COOKE & CO., —WHOLESALE- Paper Dealers and Bookbmders. IOS north I.os Angelee Street,) I« ANGELES, OAL.9 LUInBEH YARDS. CLAKK I HDMPBREYS, DBALBBB IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER! San Pedro Street, Near Seventh. P. O. Box 1236. Telephone 178. ocl 3m PERRY, MOTT & COS Lumber Yards AND PLANING MILLS, No. 76 Cominerolal Htroot, ol ti KlMUtft'Oßlial Mill and Lumber Couipanj, Wholeule and Retail Dealers ln L UM B 35 R! Yards at Ban Pedro (Wharf,, Los Anaolei (Main offloe), Pomona, Pasadena, Puente, La manda, Monrovia, Asasa. Glendora, Lerdr, bnrg, Burbank. Planing Mills at Los Angeles, Pomona, Mor. rorla. OgSjj J. M. Griffith, President. H. 8. Stevenson, Vice-Pres. and Trees T. E. Nichols, Soc'y, S. L, Chandler, Sapt J, M, GRIFFITH COMPANY LUMBER DEALERS. And Mannfaotarera ol Doors, Windows, Blinds, stairs, Mill work of every description. •3S Is. Alameda St., !.«•« Angelea. 01-tf Western Lumber Co. tabd: Cor. Ninth and San Pedro Streets. EtfTHBKB of all class can be had at this yard 06-tf mills and Yards—Portland, Oregon. wholesale Yard—Redondo beach. WILLAMETTE STEAM MILLS Lumbering and Manufg Co., Manufacturers of Fir and Spruce Lumber. Dealers ln Flooring, Siding, Rnstio, Lath, Pick ets, etc. Special orders cut to suit purchasers. Large orders in extra sizes and lengths solicited. YARDS—OOR. NEW MAIN AND BAN FER NANDO BTB., LOS ANGELES. se27 tf CHAS. WIRR, Agent. 0. B. BOXBLL. 4, BOtBLX, ROZELL BROS., —DBALBBS IN - Lumber and BnildinglMaterial. Yard corner Main and Jefferson Sts., telephone No. 749. Los Angelea, Otl. ol7tl NEW_HOUSE. Wagon Material, Hardwood Iron, Steel, Blacksmiths' Coal and Tool.-, Cabinet Woods, eta. JOHN "WIGMORE, 13 and 16 South Cos Angeles Street oIM O. B. FULLER &.CO. (Successors to MeLain A Lehman., Pioneer Truck and Transfer Co, No. 3 Mabkbt St., Los Ansblbs, Cal. Safoana Piano Moving. All kinds of Truck Wor« 13*7 O _H Nenstadt & PirtleT BROKERS, Real Estate and Insurance Agts Buy and sell bonds, stocks, mortgages and other securities. Ample capital for any reasonable demand. Loans negotiated on real estate and collat erals from $200 to $100,000—any time—cur rent rates. REAL ESTATE. We would like the list of all parties having property for sale ln or near the city. Buyers call for our list, you will find something to suit you. Business, resident, suburban, acreage, im proved and unimproved. Bpeeial attention given to the collection of rents and the care of property. Refer, by permission, to First National Bank, and National Bank of California. NEUSTADT ac PIRTLE, 27 W. Second St.. Burdick Block. 0019 Sm RAMONA ! The Gem of the San Gabriel Valley. Only Three Miles from City Limits el Let Angeles, Property ot Sail Oabrlel wine 00. Original Owner*. LOCATED AT SHORB'B STATION, On Hue ol 8. P. K. K. end Ben Gabriel Valley Rapid Transit R. R., From JO to 16 minutes to the Plata, Loa An geles Oity. CHEAPEST SUNfJRBAN TOWS LOTS. VILLi. BITES, OB ACREAGE PKOPfcn 1 rorCLAB tubus. PUBKBT SPRING WATKI- Inexhsastible qusntitios gusrsnteeo. Apply at Offloe of BAN GABRIEL WINE CO., Ramona, Los Angeles coanty, oai. oTt Or to J. M.TTERNAN. Ramona. GITTOE & GUTHRIB, NEW EMPLOYMENT, RENTAL —AND— Collecting Ageiicy. All business let in our care will receive prompt attec tion. Terms re ason able OFFICE, NO 16 SOUTH MAIN ST. ocl 8 lm LOS ANGELES FISHING C<l Wholesale and Retail Dealers ln FISH, UAftlE AN H POCLTBYI All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand. Stalls 0, 11, 13, 16, 18 aud 20, Most Market, Los AngelesjOal. ocl 5 6m 7 ABDIOAE. DR. iTEJNHArtT'b Essence of Life Bold lor 80 years Ib Europe and on tne PaolflO Ctoati ESSENCE OF LIFE caret permanently the wont caaei of nervosa debility, phyalcel week ne s. exhausted vitality, produced by youthful sbuses, excesses, and the like. Disease* of men however induced, whether from pernicious habits in youth, or sensual excesses in msturer years, and no matter how inveterate, speed ily thoroughly and permanently oared by the ESSENCE OF LIFE. PBICEB-52.50,1n Hauld or pill form, or flva times the quantity, 910. P. STKINHART, (Former partner in the great specialist firm ot Sr. Mlntie A Co., Sen Francisco). Address—Room S, 11 5<_ W. rirst St., LOB ANGELES, OAL. Omcß Houas—9 a. a. to 8 r.St., and from 6 to 7p. at. Sundays—lo to 1 o'olock. All communications strictly confidential. DR. ITeiKHARI'I OKEAT VEOETABLE KIDNEY AND I IVEIC H EBIED V —AMD- LIVER PILE,, Which have relieved snd enred hundred, in this city. Price of Kidney snd Liver Remedy, 81 per bottle; Liver Pills, 50 cento per bottle. DR. PRITCHARD, LATE OF CHICAGO, 123 N. FORT STREET, LOS ANGELES, CAL., Specialist of Chronic Diseases. i An Entire New Plan of Treatment for the Cure of Asthma, Bronchitis, Cancer, Chronic Constipa tion, chronic Diarrhoea, Malarial, Liver and Stomach Troubles, Nervous Prostration, Neu ralgia, Insomnia, Insanity, Paralysl*. Head aches. Rheumatism. Dropsy Hemorrhoid* (Piles), Fistula. Fissure, Rectal Ulcer, etc., Acne, Ecaema and all forms of Skin Diseases. CONSULTATION FREE. Office Hours: 12 to 4. TELEPHONE, 547. 0c24 tf TO THE UNFORTUNATE. 623 Kearny Street, aW\ ÜBL jRaS Corner of Commercial, ! y "° cl f oo i'^*j f*~ ol Sexcal snd Gonorrhea, Sleet, ■fSJfCvStrlctore, Sypblllsln ail '•^^'»«»««aSH^HS^itoforms,BeminalWe*k ness, Impotency and Lost Manhood permanent-' ly oared. The sick and afflicted should not fall to call upon him. The Doctor has traveled ex tensively ln Europe* and inspected thoroughly the various hospitals there, obtaining a great desl of valuable Information, which he it com petent to impart to those ln need of his servicea, The Doctor oures where others fall. Try him. DB. gibbon will make no charge •nless ha effects a cure. Persons at s distance CURED AT HOME. All communications striotly confiden tial. All letters answered in plain envelopes. Send ten dollars for a package of medlolne. Call or write. Address DR. fit. GIBBON, Box 1957, San Francisco Cal, Mention Los Angeles Hbbald. 07-12 m Dr. White, Private and Chronic Disease Specialist. § continues to treat with SKILL and SUCCESS, diseases of the BLOOD, SKIN,KIDNEYS.BLAD DER and NERVES. GGNORFtHEA prompt ly and safely cures, GLEET treated sue L-essfully, STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, LOST VIGOR, SPERMA TORRHEA and NER VOUS DEBILITY positively cured by Dr. White's MEW METHOD TREATMENT. SYPHILIS eradicated from the System, without Mercury. Consult the old relia ble Specialist. Sexual Diseases of Ladies and Gentlemen treated exclusive ly. Medicines prepared in private Lab oratory. No Exposure. Both sexes consult in strict confidence. Remember the old Office. DR. WHITE is a regular graduate and the PIONEEK PKIVATE DISEASE tpecialist of the city. Diplomas and Licenses hang in office, 31 N. Main street. oc2o lm Wonderiul Cure of Mrs. J. Hibbard. I Jsa„ This is a true likeness of ma Jt\_\_%\_\__\___ wearing artificial nose and upper lip "iter a BLOOD DISEASE had consumed my nose and upper Hp, roof of MwTtti***. *mSm my mouth and palate, cured a by Hlbburrt's Herb fl lixtract. For tostlmon- W /______§ ials, medicines aud all par- J **V 7 ticulars, call or address A. A 7~*%MM t - W II-DER, sole wholesale Z ___ agent west of the Rocky Molmt&lae ' nt residence, 86 I'nriKT st. I.os Angeles.Cal ASK VOIR Drcgoist fob it. o5 ti O. II WEBB'S H^EMONY! THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER hue ccbx roa Rlienmatlim, Oout. 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They have over 80,000 testimonials of wonderful cures. ocO 6m COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. Tbe Great English Kennedy. lilOR LIVER, BILE, IN DIGESTION. ETC. 1 Free from mercury; contains only part Vegetable Ingredients. Agents, LAMOLET A MICHAELS, San Fraaeisoe, dAwklvly