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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Financial. EXCHANGE BKVInW. New Yobk, January O.—A continuance of the unfavorable weather for the ooal trade and reports of trouble among some western railroads, combined this morning with disappointment over tho bank state ment to create a bearish feelinp, at the open ing of the stock market. The natural Btrength of the market soon asserted itself, howevor, and after the first few minutes prices were firm to Btrong. Dealings presented few fea tures of interest, however, and Gould stocks monopolized the attention of traders. In the trustß, sugar and lead changed places, the former being strong while the latter was easier. There was a realizing movement toward the close which again sagged prices off from best figures, but the close was quiet aud firm. Government bonds were dull and steady. Petroleum opened weak, at % decline and fell % more in early trading. After a long Interval of dullness the market closed steady at 103% for spot and 103% lot February op tions. Stock Exchange—Opening, 103%; highest, 103%; lowest, 102%; closing, 102%. Cousolidatcd Kxchsnge — Opening, Feb ruary option, 103%; hlgheßt, 103%: lowest, 103; closing, 103%®. Total sales, 201,000 barrels. UOSSY QUOTATIONS. New Yobx. January o.—Money on call easy; at 2®7 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5%®7%n. Sterling exchange—Quiet and firm; 60-day bills, $4.8014; demand, $4.84%. Bar silver, 95% c? per ounce. Ban Francisco, January 6.—Silver bars, 95% ;<S9Uc. per ounce. STOCKS AMR BONDS* Nnw Yobk, January ti —Closing quota tions: 0, B. 4s, oonp 120 N.P. Preferred.... 75 0,8.45, reg 126 Northwestern. ...111% TJ. B. 4%5, reg....104% N. W. Preferred..l 42 U. B. N. V.Central 100% Pacific (is 110 Oregon Imp't 45 American Kz. ...113 Navigation 100% Oanada Paolflc... Transcontinental. 33% Canada Sou 55% Pacific Mall 38% C utralPK") 34Jf, Reading 38% Bfc, '*u3'. .v 147k Rook Island. 98 D. L. <siW 135% St. Paul 70W DenverAßl.>Or..llO% St-Louis AS. F— 16% Krle 26% St. Paul*Omaha 33H Sans A Texas.... 11% Texas Paclilo 21% liake Shore 105! 2 Onion Paciflo 67% L. 4 H 80% U. S. Rxpress 83 Mioh Central 95 Fargo 132 Missouri Pacific. 73% Western Union...( 83% Northern Pao Cotton 0i1... 31% Boston, January 6.—Closing prices: AATRR. 133%Wex Cent c0m.... 18% Burl A Quinoy,... 108 | Mcx Cen Ist mbs 70% MININC stocks. Naw Yobk. January 6.—Mining shares wcr! aa follows: Alice $1.05 El Cristo 1.40 Caledonia B. H. 120 Homestake .... 9.00 Oon. Cal.&Va. 4.50 Horn Silver .... 1.95 Oomstock 30.00 Mutual 1.55 Comstock, tscp 30 00 N Belle Isle 1.00 Dead wood 1.45 Ontario 35.00 San Jbancibco, January 6.—The follow ing are the closing prices- Best & Belcher.s2 25 Potosl $1.75 (Assessed £sc; Peerless 15 Chollar.: 230 Ophir 3.15 Con. Virginia... 4.50 ■Savage 1.40 Gould &Curry.. 130 •Sierra Nevada.. 1.75 Hale 4 Norcross 2.50 anion Con 2.15 firain mantels. DOHBSTIC. SAN Fbancisco, January 6. — Wheat- Very dull. Buyer, season, $1.35% per cental; buyer '90, $1.39%. Barley—Very dull. Buyer, season, 92% c. par oental. Corn—Large yellow, 95c. per cental; small yellow, $1.10. Ohicaoo, January 6.-1:15 p. m. close- Wheat—Lower. January, nominally, 78% c. per bushel; February, nominally, 78% c; May, bid Corn—Lower. January, 29% c. per bushel; February. 29% c.; May, 3114@%c. Oats—Weak. January. 2014 c. per bushel; February, 20', s@!4c.; May, 2 l@%c. Rye—Januaiy, 440. per bushel. Barley—Nominally 58@G0c.per bushel. Pork—Weak. January, *9.20; February,s9.3o bid; Mey, $9.G5@9.G2% Lard—Lower. January, $5.77%; February, #5.82%; May, $0.00@0.G2^. dhort Ribs—uower. January, Feb ruary, $4.02%@65; May, 1*4.82%. FOBEION. Liverpool, January s.—Wheat-Steady; demand poor; holders offer sparirgly; led western winter, 7s, per cental. Corn—Firm; demand fair; new, mixed western, 4s. 2%d. per cental. ENGLISH GRAIN REVIEW. London, January 6.—The Mark Lane Express says: English wheats are depressed. There are large supplies and small demand. Flour steady; foreign wheats firmer; quotations at Liverpool Id per cental dearer. Oats, corn and barley firm. At today's market English wheats stand stronger. Foreign wheats firm. Ameri can flour offered at a slight decline. General iaa.riie»s. New Yobk. January s.—Hay quite steady. Coffee—Options opened steady, unchanged to 10 points up, and ck»ed steaoy s@lo points up. Sales, 40,500 bags. January, $lf>.Bo@9o; February, $1595; March, $15.85@lb00; April. $1595; May, $email@example.com. Spot Rin. steady and quiet; fair cargoes, 19%. No. 2, 17c. Sugar—Raw, quiet and tte&dy. Refined, good demand. Copper—Dull and steady. Lake, January $14.50. Lead—Steady and quiet. Domestic, $3.90. Tin—Quiet and steady. Straits. 521.20. Chicauo, January s.—Whiskey—sl.o2. Shoulders, $4.12%ft04.25; short clear, $4.90 @4.95; short ribs, $firstname.lastname@example.org%. Rye—Quiet, 44c. Barley—Nominally, 68c@60c. DAILY HEAL ESTATE KECOED. Published by tfein Abstract anfl Tlllf Insurance Oompaay of Los An sreles. Monoay, January 4, 1890. CONVEYANCES. P J Dreher to George Pfeiffer—Lot 8, J M Howard's sub Cromer tract, NE% block 170, Pomona; $1,300. George B Newton and Emma F Newton to F C Newton—Lot 12, Abbott, Glass and Keese sub, Pasadena; $1,000 8 Sprague to Anderson Rose—Lot 10, block X, The Palm>; $4,0i>0. George L Steams to Frank L Steams aud Mrs Elizabeth M Snyder—Und % interest in lot 2, garden ol Frank Sahichl; $5,384. W F Bray to Frederick Earl—Lots 1,800, I, 802, 1803, 1,804, 2,032, 2.033 and 2,034 Chicago Park, South Monrovia: $1,000. Same to Albert Karl—Lots 2,035, 2,173, 2,174, 2,175, 2.170, 2,177 aud 2,178, Chicago Park tract, South Monrovia; $1,400. City ot Los Augeles to Emily S Cabanis—Lot 11. block V, Mount Pleasant tract; $ C E Hartnett to Valentiue Peter—Lot 8, block J, sub of lot 3, block CO, H S; $2,000. SDUMABY. Number of trarisfera above $1,000 esoh,6. Amount, $17,084. 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Persona at» distance CURED A3 HOME. All communications strlotly oonfiden Hal. All letters answered ln plain envelopes. Bend ten dollars for a package of mediolne Call or write. Address DR. J.Jt. GIBBON, Bos 1957, San Francisco. Cal. Mention Los Angeles Hsbald. 07-12 m ASSESSMENT NOTICE. LOS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY, LOCATION OF PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS, LOS ANGELES CITY, CALIFORNIA. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the Both day of November, 1889, an assess ment of two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50 i per share was levied upon the capiul stock issued of the corporation, payable at once to the Secretary, at his office, room 3, Burdick Block, N. E. corner Second and Spring streets, Los An geles, Cal. All stock upon which this assessment sball remain unpaid on the 28lh day of December, 1889, will be delinquent and advertised foi sale at public auction, and unless payment is made belore, wi'l be 60ld on Saturday, the 11th day oi January, 1890, to pay the delinquent as sessment, together with costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. 8. P. REES, Secretary. At a special meeting of the Board of Direc tors, held Decenuer 27. 1889, tho time of assessment becoming delinquent wrs pott poned until January 15,1890; and the date of sale on any delinquent stock was also post poned to date "f January 29, 1890. By order of the Board of Directors. d 29 td 8. P. REES, fcecretary. ANNUAL MEETING. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING OF the stockholders or the Ventura County Water and Improvement Company will be held at the office of the company, room 5, 41 South Spr'ng street, Los Angeles, Cal., on Monday the 13th day of January, 1890, at the hour of 10 o'clock a m , for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to serve for the ensuing year, and the transaction of such other busi ness as may como before the meeting. S. H MOTT, Sacretary. Los Angslks, Oal., December 18,1889. dl9-td PROPOSALS FOR BRIDGE MATE RIALS. OFFICE OF BOARD OK SUPERVISORS OF Los Angeles t;ounty, California. Sealed proposals will be received by this board until 10 a. m., January 10, 1890, for lumber to be used in the construction and repair of bridges iv Los Angeles county, same to be delivered F. O. B. on cars at Los Angeles, Pan Pedro or Redondo Btach, or in the yards at Los Angeles in such quantities as may be required. Aho lor such bolts, iron and rods as may be ueeded by the county. Also proposals to fur nish nails and spikes for bridge work in such quantities as may be lequired. The board reserves tho right to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Supervisors. CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR. Clerk. By C. W. Blake, Deputy. jl-lOt NOTICE. MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS OF THE Ventura County Water and Improvement Company. In pursuance of a call made by a majority of the BWd of Directors of the Ventura county Water x:,d Improvement Company, tome ad dressed and delivered, the stockholders of the Ventura County Water and Improvement Company are hereby notified that a meeting of the stockholders of said company will be held at the office of tae company. No. 41 South Spring street, on Mond*y the 13th day of January, 890, ai, 10 o'clock", m. of said day, for the purpose of determining whether lt not the said corporation shall be dissolved. All stockholders in said company sre re quested to b9 present in tierhou or by proxy. By oidovof a mujorit, ol the Directers. S. H. MOTT, Secretary Ventura County Water and lnprove menc Company. . Los Angeles, December 17th, 1889. dl 9 td MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS. LOB ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BTOCK holOers of the Los Angeles and Pacific Rail way company will ba held at the company s offioe, 44 North Spring street, Los Angeles city, on Saturday, tbe 18th day of January, 1890, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensutng year, and for the consideration of the execution tof a mortgage and Issue of bonds on the company's property, ana such other business as may properly come before such meeting. By order of tho Board of Directors 8. P. REEB, d 29 td Secretary. Mero Pacific Compaay IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889, Trains lesve and are dne to arrive at Los AHsreles (New Arcade Depot) Fifth Street. Daily, as Follows: Leave For. destination. 'lArr. From 1|3:50p. m ..Banning. |10:04a.n 5:10 r. m Banning 10:00 P. at 9:00 A. M Colton 8 '57 A. Jf (13:50 p. » Colton II 10:04A.M 2 .10 p. h Ooltcn 4:20 p. M 5:10 p. m Darning and East... 10:<10 p. M 5:10 p. m si Paso and Bast.... 10:00 P. If 12:35 p. v Long Beach 11:56 A. M »:60a.m. j^ n Ban Be P a^ h TO . ,nd j 8:80 a. U 6:10 pm. | U< VRS£ ,ad ] 4:18 ' » 10:40 p. H Ogden and East 7:25 A. M. Ogden and East .. 4:10 p.m. 10:40 p. ■ Portland. Or 7:25 a. si, 9:00 A. m Riverside. 8:57 a. m. I! 3:50 p. m Riverside ||10:04 a.m. 2:10 p. m Riverside 4:20 p. m Riverside 10.00 p. m 9 00 a m San Bernardino 8:57 a. m II3:50 p. at San Bernardino.... 110 :04a. v. 2:10 p. m San Bernardino 4:20 p. m Ban Bernardino .10:00 p. m. 9:00 A. H Redlands ||10:04a.m ||3;50 p. h Redlands.' 10:00 p.m. 1:40 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 7:25 a, v 10:40 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 4:10 p. K> 9:30 a. m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 8:87 A. M, 5:03 P. M. Santa Ana and Anaheim 3.35 r. K. 1:40 p.m. I Santa Barbara I 4:10 p. m 7:25. a.m. j Santa Barbara j 905 p. m. 9:37 a. m Santa Monloa 8:33 a. m, 1:07 p. m Santa Monloa 12:08 p. v. 5:12 p. m Santa Monica. ... 4:28 P, M. II 6:10 p. a Santa Monica 17:35 a. k. 4:28 p. M Tustin 9:03 A. It ||11:00a.k Whittler ||3:15 p. h 4:28 p. M Whlttler 9:03 A. M. Local and tnrotagn tlokets sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations made, and general information given npon ap plication to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asat. G. Pas. Agt., No 202 North Main street; CHARLES HBYLKE Agent at Depot. II Sundays ezoepted. [Mondays excepted. A. N. TOWNS, General Manager T. H. GOODMAN, Gen'l Passenger and Tioket Agt 01-3 m Soathorn Califoroia R'y Co. "BA.NTA F*l K«UTK.»> On and after SUNDAY, OCT, 27th, 1889, trains will leavo and arrive at Mm Streot Depot as follows: Leave. Los Angeles. Arrive. *8:30 A. M Overland »4:20 p. a •8:52 A.M. San Diego Ex Coast L. *8:O0a. m *4:40 P. M. San Diego Ex Coast L. *1:00 p. M t-a-tn j. w l Ban Diego Ex via) t8.30A.M. }..Banßernardi.no..i Ban Diego Ex via) _ „ (Ativers'e & Orange I ° ' ,( > p - *■ ♦8:52 a. M Santa Ana. *8:0 p. M. +10:30 a. m Santa Ana. +10:15 A ■ +4:00 r.M Santa Ana "1:00 p. M. •4:40 P. M Santa Ana. +6 50 p.m. +10:30 a.m. .. |»*SS2S e - +6:50 p.m. *8:30 a. m. via San \ 2iaS » M •4:00 p.m. \ *4UO p. a +10-.30A.M ..Colton via Orange.. +S ;S J? P M ' •8:30 a. M. Colton via San Brnd'o A ' " •4:00 p. m. Colton via San Brnd'o ,3 : ?9 p " v •8:30 a.m...San Bernardino.... 9:55 A - M ' •4:00 p.m. ...San Bernardino.... +6:50 a.m. +10:30 a.m. j B^ B 0 ™ a n rd * noTla j '4:20 p.m. +7:45 a.m- Pasadena +7:40 p.m. •8:30 a.m- Pasadena +8:50 a. a, +12:30 p. m Pasadena. * 9:55 a. m, ♦4:00 p. m Pasadena +2:50 p. M +5:05 P, M Pasadena *4:20 P. M +3:20 r. a Pasadena +6:10 p. k +12:30 p.m. DnarteAccommodat'n +7:40 p.m. +6:20 p. m. DnarteAccommodat'n +2:50 p.m. +10:00 A, m Port Ballona +3:55 p. M •10 oo a. m Redondo Beach.... *8:25 a.m *5:00 p. M. ...Redondo Beach... *3:55 p, M. +8:30 a. m San Jacinto +6:50 p.m. +10:30a.m San Jacinto +4:40 p. m Bscondldo +1:00 P. U. +8:30 a.m. Redl'nds and Mentone *9:55 a.m. *4:00 p. M.fßedl'ndsand Mentone +4:20 r. m. •Dolly. +Daliy exoept Sunday. Trains leaving Los Angeles at 8:30 a. m, con nect at Ban Bernardino for all points sonth to Oneauslde. Trains leaving Los Angeles at 10:30 a.m. and arriving at 6:50 p. M. connect at East Riverside for all points south to Ocean- Bide. Depot at foot of Ffrrt street. K. H. WADE. General Manager, 8. B. HYNEB, Gen. Pass.AgeES. WILLIAMSON Dtnra. General Ageat Olty Tioket Offioe, No. 29 North Spring street CHAS. T. PARSONS, Ticket Agent. PACIFIC COABT STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Goodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents San Francisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and Paget Sound, Alaska, and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. Tlnie Table for January, l&DO LEAVE SAN FRANCISCO For Port Harford....! 8. S. Corona, Jan 4,12, 20 Santa Barbara... 1 and 28. San Pearo 13. 8. Mexico, Jan. 8,16,24 San Diego J and Feb. 1. For 18. 8. Eureka, Jan 2, 10, Redondo I 18 and 26. San Pedro and (8. s Los Angeles, Jan. 6 Way Ports J 14, 22 and 30. LEAVE SAN PEDRO For "I 8. 8. Mexico, Jan. 2, 10, 18 \ and 26. San Diego IS. 8. Corona, Jan. 6, 14, 22, J and 30. LEAVE BAN PEDRO For l 8. 8. Mexico, Jan 4,. 12 20 Ban Francisco... ( and 28. Port Harford.... fB. S. Corona Jan. 8, 16, 24 Santa Barbara.. J aud Feb. 1. LEAVE BAN PEDRO AND REDONDO For IS. 8. Los Angeles, Jan. 1, San Francisco ( 9,17 and 25. and IS. S. Eureka, Jan. 5, 13, Way Points J 21 and 29. Cars to connect with steamers leave B. P. R.R depot, Fifth street, Los Angeles, as follows: With the Mexico and Corona s> 9:50 o'clock A. m. ; with Los Angeles ana Bnrcka, going north, at 5:10 o'clock p. m. Passengers per Los Angoles and Eureka vl* Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 5:00 p.m. Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's i nice, where berths may be eeenred. The steamers Los Angeleß and Eureka wil call rogularly at Newport pier lor and wits Ireight and passengers. The oompuny reserve the right to change tn» steamers or their days of sailing. £Sf/-For paasxge or freight an above or li tiokets to and from all Important points ln Europe, apply to tv. PARKIN, Agent, Office: No. 24 West weeond St.. Los Angelo» Conppie &eneraie_ Transaiiaiitigii FR3SNCH 111 NX! TU HAVHK. f 10MPANY-B PIER (NEW) NO. 42 \j North River, foot of Morton str ot. Travelors by this line avoid both transit T • English railway and the discomfort of orossl»ti the Channel ln a small boat. La GASCOGNE, Santelli, Saturday Dec 29, 9:30 a. m. LA CHAMPAGNE, Boyer, Baturday, Jan 4, 4:00 ». m LA NORMANDIE, Frangoul, Saturday, Jan. 11,7:30 a m. LA BOURGOGNE, Santelli. Saturday, Jan. 18, 2:30 p. m. For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET, Agent, No. 3 Bowling Green, New York. Ticketß for gale by all railroad and steamßhii offices In Los Ange.as. J. F. FUGAZI A 00., Agents, 5 Mont<romen avn ■ *". (139 tf S. G. V. Kail Transit K'y. Leave Los Aiigelet, i,-ox& No. 9 Arcadia street, opposite Baker block, for Alhambra and Monrovia. ' WEBX KAYS— Forenoon. Afternoon 7:40 11:00 8:00 8:00 SUNDAYS— Leave Los Angeles tor Alhambra and Monrovia Forenoon. Afternoon. 8:40 4:40 Leave Monrovia for Los An gnlcs. Forenoon. Afternoon. 7:00 9:05 1:15 4:15 Returning—Leave Monrovia for ALUambr* »i-d Los Angclos. Fereaoon. Afternoon. 8:00 . 4:00 Time between Los Angeles and Monrovfa-On honr. INTERMEDIATE STATIONS BETWEEN TBBMINAt POINTS, BBQINNINB AT LOS ANOELES — Boto street, Bau Marino, Bats, San Gabriel, Ramona, Bunny Slope, Alhambra, Chapman, Mayberry, Baldwin. Lake Vineyard, Arcadia. . Special privileges to parties erecting rod tenets on the line of this road. B. F. SPENCE, F. q. gTOR" President. Gen. Mans j 01-Sas gWORN BTATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF— THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK OF LOS ANGELES At the close of business December 11, 1889. ASSETS.' Cash on hand $ 590,918 76 Cash on call with banks and bank ers 1,329,579 42 TT T f °s ta J Cagh v - "$1,920,498 18 United States 4 per cent and other Government Bonds.. 64 292 78 Loans and Discounts " i giH'mZ 55 Stocks and Warrants ' 45 017 10 Real Estate, Vaults, Safes and Of fice Furniture 11,790 45 , $3,965,503 06 LIABILITIES. Capital (paid up) $500,000 00 Surplus 500.000 00 Undivided Profits 330,630 51 Due Depositors 2,633,872 55 Dividends (declared and uncalled for) 1,000 00 $3,965,503 06 Isaias W. Hellman, President, and H. J. Fleishman, Secretary ot the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Los Angeles, being sever ally duly sworn, each for himsei', (ays the foregoing statement U true to the best of his knowledge and belief. (Signed) ISAIAS W. HELLMAN, President. (Signed) H. J. FLEISHMAN. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to befoie me this 26th day of 1 ecember. A. D. 1889. (Bigned) FREDERICK HARKNJSS, (Seal.) Notary Public. d 27 lm gEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT Showing the Financial Condition of the LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANK, On ihe morning of January 1, 1890. RESOURCES. Bonds snd Stocks $ 13,800 00 Loans and Real Estate 316,413 00 Cash on hand 8,070 65 Due from other Banks 93 037 32 Furniture and Fixtures 3,582 27 Expenses 3,539 67 Taxes paid 3,710 88 Total Resources $442,153 79 LIABILITIES. Capital paid in coin $ 25,000 00 Profit and Loss and Contingent Fund 29,203 10 Due Depositors 387,950 69 Total Liabilities $442,153 79 State of Califobnia, ( „ County of Los Angeles, | We do solemnly swear that we have (and that each ot us has) a personal knowledge oi the matters contained in the foregoing Report, and that every allegation, statement, matter and thing therein contained lg true to the best of our knowledge and belief. JOHN E. PLATER. Vice-President, a 37t W. M. CASWELL. Secretary. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF THE— LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK, At the opening of business, Jtn. 2,' 1890. RESOURCES. Cash on hand $171,318 78 Cash due from Banks 37,880 68 Total cash available $209,199 46 Loans and discounts 504,073 23 Furniture and Fixtures 500 00 $713,772 69 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid up in gold coin $100,000 00 Reserve Fund 100,000 00 Undivided Profits 28,000 00 Deposits , 485,742 69 Dividend uncalled for 30 00 $713,772 69 State of California, j _ County of Los Angeles,} John E. Plater, President, and Geo. H. Stew art, Cashier, of Los Angeles County Bank, be ing severally duly sworn, each for himself says the foregoing statement is true, to the best of his knowledge and belief. JOHN E. PLATER, President. GEO. H. STEWART, Caßhier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d day of January, 1890. (SB, L.) I. R. DUNKELBEBGER. Notary Public. STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL —OF THE— LOS ANGELES COUNTY BANK, Jakcaby 2, 1890. Amount of Capital paid up in U. S. gold coin $100,000 State of California, ( county of Los angeles. t BB- John E. Plater, Prenidont, and Geortre H. Stewart, Cashier, of the I os Angeles Coanty Bank.being severally duly bwom, each lor him self, says the foregoing statement is true, to the best of his knowledge and belief. JOHN.3. PLATER, President GEO. H. STEWART, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d day of January. 1890. (seal ) I. R. DUNKELBERGER, jfl.3 7t Notary Public. JJEPORT OF THE CONDITION —OF THE — LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, At Los Angeles, State of California, at the close of business, December 11,1889. REBOURCE3. Loans and Discounts $ 824.603 86 Stocks and Bonds 72,18111 Banking House aud Fixtures 173,505 44 Expensed and Taxes Paid 13,527 22 Available Cash: U. S. Bonds $560,000 00 Due from Banks and U. 8. Treesurer.. 302,872 10 Cash on Hand 285,233 96-sl, 148.106 06 $2,231,923 69 LIABILITIES. Capital Stook $ 500,000 00 Surplus 55 000 00 Profits 52,645 74 Circulation 45,000 00 Deposits 1,579,277 95 d27-14t $2,231,923 09 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF — THE UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, At the olose of business ou December 31,1889. ASSETS. Cash on hand $51,968 00 Cash due from banks .. 2 <,101 52 Cashoncall 5,421! ol $ 79.492 03 Loans 230,575 98 Furniture and fixtures 2.796 77 Expenses und tiX'.s p.vid 9,051 20 $321,915 98 LIABILITIES. Cat ital stock paid iv $100,000 00 -U'DIUS 20,000 00 I'll divided profits lil,BBo 82 L".to banks 71 96 lime deposits 64,470 45 1/t.posits subject to check 115,99 i 75 $321,915 98 STATEMENT OF THE PAID-UP CAPITAL —OF THE— UNIVERSITY BANK OF LOS ANGELES, On December 31, 1889. Amount of Capital paid up in United States gold coin $100,000 00 State of Califobnia, i County of Los Angeles,! eb- R. M. Widney, President, and George L. Ar nold, Cashier, of the University Bank of Los Angeleß, being severally duly sworn, eajh for himself, says the foregoing Statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belie!. R. M. WIDNEY, President. GEO. L. ARNOLD, Cashier. Subscribed snd sworn to before me. this 3d day of January, A. D. 1890. (seal.) W. S. JAMES,Notary Public. j»4 lm NOTICE. US. LAND OFFICE, LOS ANGELE3, CAL., • December 21«t, 1889. Complaiut having been entered at this office by Lucien Reymond against Charles A. Barnes lor abandoning his Homestead Entry No 3.319, dated May 16th, 1887, npon the K]4 of t>Ki. BWW of NEW and NWWof SKJ-i Secuon 8, lownship 4 North Range 15 Weit S. B- M., in Los Angeles County, California, with a view to tan cancellation nf s?id entry, tho said P" tics are hereby summoned to appear •* this •ft ceou the 30ih day cl January, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m„ to respond and furnish testi mony concerning said all, sod abandonment, H W. PATTON. Register. £ H. POLK, Receiver. BANK STATKJIEN Th. STAT£m£nt"oF THE"c7wDITIO~if~ —OF THR— STATE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES, January I, 1890. Commenced business March 11, 1889. RESOURCES. Cash on hand $60,507 53 Cashlnßanks 12,869 47 Total Cash $ 73,377 00 Loans 481.178 79 Stocks, bonds and warrants 11,69t» 20 Taxes 371 63 Fixture! 9,305 55 $575,932 22 LIABILITIES. Capital (paid in) $300,181 00 Profit and Loss 9,393 08 Deposits 266,358 14 $575,932 22 State of California, I „ County of Los angeles, ) Geo. H. Bonebrake, President, and S. B. Hunt, Secretary, of the State Loau pnd Trust Company of Los Angeles, being severally duly sworn, each for himself, says the foregoing statement is true, to the beet of his knowledge and belief. GEO. H. BONEBRAKE, President. 8. B. HUNT, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 2d day of January, 1890. (ssal ) RICHARD D. LIST, Notary Public. Ja4 STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION —OF THB— MAIN-STREET SAVING" BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, January 1, ISSJO. Incorporated Oct. 28,1889. RESOURCES. Cash on hand $ 6,834 80 Due from banks and bankers 49,222 67 Total available ensh $ 56,057 47 Loans on real estate 47,575 00 Loans on bank stock and securities 8,000 00 Furniture and fixtures.. 1,135 85 Expense 3,103 05 $115,871 37 LIABILITIES. Capital paid in coin.... $ 41,250 00 Interest collected 490 15 Due depositors 74 131 22 $115,871 37 State of California, ( City and county of Log Angeles,) J. B. Lankershim, President, and F. W De Tan, en -liter, ol the Main-street Savings Bank and Trust Company, being severally duly sworn each for hinuelf says that the foregoing sta'ement is true to tho best of his knowledge and belief. J. B. LANKERSHIM, President. F. W. DeVan, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to befoie me this 31st dny of December, 1889. jl-14t H. B, 810RRS, Notary Public. OFFICE OF CENTINELA - INGLE WOOD Land Company. The annual meeting of the stockholders will be held at the office of the company, nortbeae. corner of Second and Spring streets, Burdick block, in the City of Los Angoles, County of Lor Angeles, State of California, at tbe hour of 10 o'clock a m.,on Mo; day the 13th day of January, 1890, for the purpose of electing « Board of Directors for tbe ensuing year, and for the transaction of sucli other business as may be legally brought before the meeting. R. G. BREWER, Secretary, December 18,1889. d!9-tue-thusu-3w QFFICE OF REDONDO BEACH COMPANY. The annual meeting of the stockholders will be held at the office of the company, northeast corner of Second and Spring streets, Burdick block, in the «'lty of Los Angeles, County of , Los Angeles, State of California, at the hour of , 10 o'clock a. m, on Monday the 13th day of , January, 1890, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and , for the transaction of such other business as may be legally brought before the meeting. R. G. BREWER, Secretary December 18, 1889. dl9-tuo-thu-su-3w QFFICE OF REDONDO HOTEL COMPANY. The annual meeting of the stockholders will be held at the office of the company, northeast corner of Second and Spring streets, Burdick block, in the City ot Los Angeles, County ol Log Angeles. State of California, at the hour of 1 10 o'clock a. m., on Monday the 13th day of January, 1880, for tho purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, aud for tho transaction of such other business as moy be legally brought before the meeting. R G. BRKWiIR, Secretary. December IS, 1889. dl9-tue-ihu-su-3w OFFICE OF REDONDO RAILWAY COM pauy. The annual meeting of the stockholders will be held at tbe office of the company, northeast corner of Second end Bpring streets, Burdick block, in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of California, nt tho hour of 10 o'clock a. m, on Monday the 13, a day ol January, 1890, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, aud for the transaction of «uch other business as may be legally brought before '.lie meeting. R. G. srkwSb, December 18, 1889. dl9-tne-thu-su-3w NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE. HE. BRATFETT, PLAINTIFF. VS. J. W. t Boweu, deiendant. Sheriffs sale, No. 10,679. 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 oi the Superior Court of the county of Los Ange les, State of California, on the Vi ft day of De cember, A. D. 1889, in the above entitled action, wherein H. E. Braffett, the above named ' plaintiff, obtained a judgment and decree of foreclosure and sale against J, W. Bowen, defendant, on the 12th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1889, for the sum of 414.75 dol lars, in lawful money of the United States, which said decree was on the 16th day of December, A. D. 1889, recorded in judgment book 15 of , said court, at page 94, I am commanded to sell ' all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situ ate, lying and being in the county of l.os An ' celes, btate of California, and bounded ant? described as follows: An undivided one-half interest in lot num ber seven (7; ol the Grand avenue addition to 1 the Maske 1 Tract, as per map of same recorded in book 23, page 42, of miscellaneous records, 1 official records of said county. Public notice is hereby given that on Thurs day, tho 9th day of January, A. D. 1890, 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 Bale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell tho above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder for cash, lawful money of tho United States. Dated this 16th day of December, 1889. M. U. AiaUIhRE. Sheriff of I/je Angeles county. By A. M. Thobnton, Under Sheriff. Allen & Milleb, Attorneys lor Plaintiff. dl 7 tuos4t STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of J. M. Griffith Company will be held at the office of tho company. No. 532 North Alameda street, Los Angeles, Cal , ou Monday ' the 20th day ol January, 1890, at tho hour of 10 o'clock a. in., for the purpose of electing a ' Board of Pirectorsto serve during the ensuing j year, and the transaction of such other 1 bueiuesa as may come before the meeting. T. E. NICHOLS. Secretary. Los Angeles, Cal., January sth, 1890. j .. r ,-td NOTICE TO CREDITORS, i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OOUN ty of Los Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the estate of Bernard Cohn, i deceased. i Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, I Julius B. Cohn, administrator of the estate of Bernard Cohn, deceased, to tbe creditors ol and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the Decessary vouchers within ten months after the first pub lication of this notice to the said administrator at his place of bu-iuess, to-wii: tho office of his attorney, Stephen M. White, rooms 11,12 and . 13, Temple block, l os Angeles city, California. JULIUS B. COHN, Administrator of the Estate of Bernard Cohn, deceased. IpDate of first publication, towi': December ' 24, 1889. d 23 tues 5t J NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. I fTIHE ANNUAL MUKTING OF THE BTOCK i L holders of tbe B*n Gabriel Wine Company , will be held at the office of the Company on r January 13, 1890 at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the I purpose of electing a or TM',. ■~, : J i ths ensuing year and th< traui t on oi I t sui h other business as ' be bravgtov'u«fere | - the meeting. t f , , c> San Gabnei, f'al., Ji' l ■ IWO j 7 HOTELS AND RENT AT RANTS. 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