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FINANCE AND TRADE.
(financial. ■XOHAN9R BBVIKW. Naw YORK, February 12,-The stock market was much less active today, the only animation being in trusts, aud those shares became the leading feature in the dealing. The sensation of the day was furnished by sugar refineries, the bears expeoting, in view of the decision making the injunction perpetual, that there must be a break today, and in view of that fact the opening price was 2% per cent, below laßt night's close. The clique, however, took tho stock in hand, aud its price soon advanced. The highest price reached was shortly before 2 p. m., 04%, which was o'/ s per cent, better than its first sales. Some reaction from this was made in the last hour. The market closed rather heavy and at but slight changes from last night's figures. The majority of the list is higher, however, and sugar is up 34; cotton oil, 1%, aud Chicago gas, !%■ Governments dull and stsady. Petroleum was irregular today. Spot oil op ened strong at 106%, fell to 105%, then rallied and closed firm at 106%. Stock Exchange—Opening, 106%; highest, 106%; lowest, 105%; closing, 100^. Consolidated Exchange — Opening, 106%; highest. 10714; lowest, closing, 106J4. Total sales, 331,000 barrels. StOtl X V QUOTATIONS. Rnw York. February 12.— Money on nail dull and easy, ranging from 3 to 4 per cent. Last loan, 3. Prime mercantile paper, P er cent Sterling exchange—Quiet and weak; 60-day bills, $4.82%; demand, $4.87. Bar silver, 95% c. per ounoe. DESan Francisco, February 12.-Silver bars, »6,e)96J40. per ounce. STOCKS AITD BONDS. Nbw York, February I^.-Closing quota tions : U.S. 4a, coup 123 N. P. Preferred.... 73% U. 8.4 a, reg 123 Northwestern 119% 0. 8. 4%5, reg... .123% N. W. Preferred. .142 D. 8. 4%8,c0ap...124!/ 2 N. Y. Central 106% Paoifloos 116 Oregon Imp't 46 American Ex. ...115 Navigation 99% Canada Paoiflc... 75 Transcontinental. 35% naaada Son 53% PaolfloMall. 38% Oeatral Pacific... 33 Reading 40% M. 'vi... 147% Rook Island, 92% D. L. <s W 136% I St. Paul 68% Donver<BßloGr..ll %:St.Louis 48. P.... 17 Xrle 26! ■> St. Paul A Omaha 32 Kans A Texas.... 9% Texas Pacific 22 1. ake Shore Union Pacific 65% L. 4 H 88% U. 8. Express 85 MlohOeutrel 94 Western Onion... 84% Misseuri Pacific. 73 Am. Cotton 0i1... 2H% Northern Pao 31% Fargo 140 Boston, February 12.—Closing prices: A AT R R. 132 7 „|\fex Con Ist m bs 70 Burl A <inincy,...lo7Usan Diego 18% Mcx Cent c0m.... 18 | MI WIN 1 STOCKS. Nnw York, February 12.—Mlalnj shares War* a* follows: Amador $1.00 ffomestake ....$7.00 Aspen 7.00 Hale & Nor 2.80 Caledonia B. H. 1.55 Horn Silver 235 Comstock T Sop3o.(iO Iron Silver 2.00 Comstooktbd. 30.00 Ontario 37 50 Head wood, T... 140 Ophir 3.40 El Cristo 1.55 Sutter Creek ... 1,30 Gould & Curry.. 1.40 Saw Francisco, February 12.—The loilow ins are the dosing <•.':■■.,. Best & Belcher. 2.(15 o;thir 3.60 Chollar 2.60 -lavage 155 Con. Cal. &Va. 4.70 -Jierra Nevada.. 1.90 Gould & Curry. 1.40 luion Cou 225 Male <h Norcross 2.80 Yellow Jacket.. 1.95 Fotosi 1.55 oratln iriarKets. nOHKSTIC Ban Fbanciboo. Febrnarv 12.— Wheat—Dull. Buyer Beason, $1.29%; buyer, 90, $1.35% per cental. Barley—Steady. Buyer season, ITjifi. ; buyer 90, 82% c. per cental. Corn, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Ohicaoo, February 12.-1:15 p. ra. close- Wheat—About steady. May,77%e. per bushel; July, 76%e. Corn—Steady. February, per bnshel; May, 30% c Oats—Steady. February, 20% c. per bushel; May, 2IV. Barley—Nothing doing. Bye—May, 44%0. per bmshel. FORKISN. Livbrfool. F bruary 12.—Wheat — Steady; demand improvlug; holders onr sparingly, western winter, 6s. ll' a d. per cental. Corn—Firm; demand poor. New mixed western, 3s. 9%d. per cental. General raarsteta. Raw Yobk, February 12.—Hops—Firm and quiet. Coffee—Options stiady, 5 points up. Bales, 13,300 bigs. Mirch, *15.95@10 00; April. $16.00; May, $15.90®16.00; June, $15.85® $15.90. Bpot Rio—Firm; fair demand. Fair cargoes, 19%; No. 7, 17%® 17%. Bugar—Raw, firm aud quiet. Sales, 1,870 bags San Domingo centrifugals, 90 test, 5%c; 400 hhds Crab island concrete, 84 test, 2V-jC.; 500 hhds do Muscovite, 89 test, $2.90; Cif re fined, firm and active. Copper—Dull, heavy. Lake,February,sl4.lo. Lead— Quiet, easier. Domestic, $3.80. Tin—Lower, active. Straits, $20.60. Ohicaoo, February 12.—Whiskey-$1.02. Shoulders, $email@example.com%; Short, rrtear. $5 00 (35.05; short ribs, February. $4.75. Pork—Steady. March, t.9.65; May, $9.92% Lard—Steady. February, $5.77%; May, $5.95. Tlie l.ocal Markets, Poultry—Hens, No. 1, per doz, $6.00 ; Old Roosters, per doz, #4 firstname.lastname@example.org; Young Roosters, Ser doz, $5.00; Broilers, large, per doz, $4 00; rollers, small, per doz, $email@example.com; turictys, Ser lb, 15@16e: ducks, large, per doz, $7 00; ucks, small, per doz, $4.50®5.00;g0e8e, $1.00 e< LiLRD—3-lb. pails, 9c; 5-lb. pails, B%c; 10-lb. tins, BKc Hams—Eastern Sugar-Cured, Rex, 12% c; Lilly and Crown, 13% c. Raisins—Three Crown, new, layerß, per box, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Dried Grapes, 2'/ 2 @3c; Loose Mus catels, $1.3j®1.45; bulk raisins, 3%C. bid. BEANS AND DRIED PEAS — Pink, No. 1, $2.50® 2.75; bayous, $3.00®3 50; Ltmae, $4.75® 5 25; navy, small, $2.50®2.75; Garvancos, $5.00®5.50. Apples —Evaporated, B%c; Hunt's Alden, 8%c.; sun-dried, 7%c. CHKKSK-Large, ll%c; Small, 12%0; 3-lb, hand, 13% c: full cream, Coast, 11c. Butter—Fancy California, per roll, 40®<15c; choice roll, 30@35c; fair roll, 25c; pickle roll, 30@35c; firkiu, choice, per lb., California, 22c; Eggs—Fresh ranch, 17c. Provisions -Breakfast bacon, Rex, 11% c.; Lilly and Crown, 12% c. Vegetables—Chile*, per string, email@example.com; garlic, 4®flc; cabbage, per 100 lbs., 80@90c. Nuts—Walnuts, ; peanuts, California, s@7c; Honey—Extracted, light, 7c; amber, 4!4®5c Beeswax—Per pound, 160 bid, 17c a ked. Dried Fruits—Peaches: Sun-dried No. 2, 10c bid; sun-dried, peeled. No. 1, 15c bid; Apricots: sun-dried, 10% c bid, 12c asked. Prunes: California French, 6o bid, 8c asked; Caliiornia German. 7c. Flour.—Los Angeles XXXX extra family patent roller, $4.20; Capitol Mills, extra family patent roller. $4 20; Sperry's, $4.90. Corn—Large Yellow carload lota. 80@85c; small yellow, 80®85c; large white. 85c; small white 90c. Grain Bags—New Calcuttas, 7%c; potato sacks, 4%c. O ATS-Feed. No 1, $1.25. Barley—Feed No. 1, new, 70o.; brewing No. 1, 75®80c. Wheat—White Russian, $1.00. Mill Feed—Bran, $16.00; Bhorts, $18.00. Cracked Corn, $1.10®1.20; cracked bar ey, 85c bid; rolled barley, 85c bid; grouud barley, 85c; mixed feed, corn and barley, $1.00. Potatoes—Local, $2.00; northern, $2.00® $2.25. Citrus Fruits—Oranges per box, Los Angeles seedlings, $2.00; navels, $3.50®4.00. Lem ons, valley, per box, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Eureka and Lisbon. $3.00. ONIONS-Quoted email@example.com. Hay—Bnney No. 1, $8 00; do No. 2, $7.00; oat, No. 1, $7.00; wheat, No. 1, $11.00; alfalfa $10.00 Following are the rat es for whole carcasses from slaughterers to dealers: BEEF —First quality, 6@6%c; second quality, 5@5%c; third quality, 4®4%c per pouDd. VEAL- Quotable at 6®7c for large and 8® 10c per pound for small. MUTTON—Quotable at 6@7c per pound. LAMB—Quotable at 9®loo per pound. PORK—Live hogs on foot, grain fed, me dium, 5@5%0; dressed hogs, 7@Bc per pound. DAILY HEAL ESTATE EE-COED. PuMlilied by tho Abstract ara«. Title Ininnmi! Company »* L.o« Am (•lea. Wednesday. February 12,1890 CONYEYANCBK. B P X R Oo to M L Wicks—Agreement to con vey Sec 27, T 8 N, R 14 W; $1600- P Beaudry to James B Dunlap—l acre off 8 end of lot 2, Ablla tract; $1 250. X H Hurray, W W Hurray and 8 F Bangham to Ida M Kllpatrick- Bond for deed to lots 17 •ad 18, W W Doollttle subdn, Pasadena, miso recbkll. I 19; $5,200. _ . _ Hugh L Macuell, George D Rowan and Barl B Millar to *r.nie at Belt*, Brnest A Cox, H M THE LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD- THCRSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1890. Rnssell and Patrick Bobertson-a trantt on E Bide L A river, and described in bk 111 p iol of deeds; $25,000. . w n „ Wm R Jones and Lillian M Jones to W D P Richards-Lots 13 sDd 25, W R Jonessubdnlot 9. and S part of lot 8, 8 B Adams subdn of lots 4 5 and 6, Range 8, and lots 4 5 and 6, Alhambra addn, except U of wall on lot 25, $20,000. _ T „ , Mary E Davis and A W Davis to George I Bai ley—Lots 1 2 and W 14 of lot 3, plat 82, Provi deucla Bo lanus; $3,000. SUMMARY. Namber of transfers above $1,080 each, 0 Amount, $56,050. Number of tran«fers under $1,000, 7. Amount, $3,067. Number of nominal transfers, 10 Total amount of considerations, $r)!>,117. Note—Transfers of which the consideration is less than $1,000 are not published iv the above list. Pernicious Effects of 'rebates. Dr. Flint's Remedy is the only antidote against the Influence of tobacco which the smoker or ehewer of the weed has, and it should be takon regularly to prevent the heart from becoming diseased. Descriptive treatise with each bottle; or, address Mack Drug Co., N. Y. me Kaclnr Sfallton ? dhC STANDARD TROTTING BUSED. Wjf DASHWOOD! wm make the season of 1890 at Jtla Hills Farm, corner i f Dowaey avenue andAlta street. Dashwood by Legal Tender, aire of Ked Cloud, 2:18, Rowd - Boy, 2:13% and many others in the 4:30 list; dam by Volunteer (sire of Bt Julien, and thirty others in tho 2:30 list,) by Bysdyk'B Habletonlan. TERMS—SSO the season with return privilege, provided the horse is still owned by me. Patronage $3.00 a month. All mares at owners' risk. GEO. HINDS, Owner. J. "Romero, Manager. f«l2 lm LEGAL. r?[js[MONi^ IN TBE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE County of Los Angeles, State of California. The Redondo Beach Company, plaintiff, vs. James A. Beville. defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, and the complaint filed in said Cointyof Los An geles, in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The people of the Btate of California send greeting to James A Beville, defendant: You are hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above-named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the County of i.os Angeles, State of California, and to anhwer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service), after the service ou you of this summons—if served within this county; or, If setved elsewhere, within thirty days. The said action is brousht to obtain the judgment and decrpe of this Court that it fix a day within which defendant be required to pay to this plaintiff the said sum of live hundred and 6eveuty-flve dollars in U. 8. gold coin, deferred payments as aforesaid with interest thereon from the thirteenth day of April, 1888, at the rate of eight ncr cent, per annum and costs of suit; and that iv the event the defend ant should fail to make moU payment to plaintiff within the ilme so fixed by the Court, thedefendaut and all person" claiming under him, be thereafter, that is, from the day last mentioned for he payment of said money, forever barred and foreclosed of all right, in terest and estate in and to the land described in plaintiff's complaint, and said contract and every part the'eof, aud of all right to a con veyance thereof, and that from and after the day so fixed by said Court for the payment of said money, if the same be not so pall, plaintiff bo fully restored to its former rights and estate in the laud described in the com plaint, and the rights and estate therein which it held bj'ore and at the time of the making of said contract, and that upon the iailureof. the defendant to make such payment within the time fixed by the Court as aforesaid, the title of plaintiff to the land described in the com plaint as attains- defendant and all persons cltiming under him; thereupon become good and valid and forever quieted, and that said defendant ihereuron become forever barred and restrained from asserting any claim what ever to said laud or to the moneys paid by defendaut to plaintiff under said contract mentioned in plaintiff's complaint as "Exhibit A" or to any part or portion of said land; and for costs of this suit and for such other or further order or relief as to the Court may seem just and equitable in the premises, as will more fully appear by refeience to the complaint on tile hereiu. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above required, s*id plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in the plaintiff's complaint. Witness my hand and the seal of said Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, this 25th day of November, A. D. 1889. [8o»l.l C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By F. E. Lowry, Deputy Clerk. ja23-thu-10t BALE OF BONDS. CENTRAL IRRIGATION DISTRICT, COL u«a, Count', Cal. Notice is hereby given by the Board of Diractors of Central Irrigation District, that said board will, at its office in the town of Max well. In the County of Colusa, in the State of California, on the 4th day of March in the year 1890, at 3 o clock p. m. of said day, sell to the highebt responsible bidder for cash In gold coin el the United States, four hundred aud fifty bonds of the said district, to the amount of two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, being part of an issue of bonds aggregating the sum of seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars; that sealed piorosals for the purchase of said bouds will be received by said board till the day and hour afore-aid, at which time snidbsard will open the proposals, and award the purchase of said bouds to the highest responsible bidder, but said board reserves the right to reject all bids, and will in no event sell any oi said bo' ds for less than 90 per cent of the face value thereof; saiu bonds are dated the first day of July In the year 18S8, and bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum, payable semi-anunall}; any interest accruing between said date and the date of the sale at.d delivery of said bouds, shall be credited belore dellverv, ou the first maturing coupons attached to said bouds Said bonda will bo delivered to the suceeesiul bidder, and the money received therefor at the District Treasurer's office iv the town of Maxwell, orat tbe Colusa County Bank in the town of C County and State afore said, and each proposal mutt be accompanied by a certified check in favor of R. De i.appe, Secretary of the Board of Directors of Central Irrigation District, for an amount at least as great as 5 per cent, of the amount total to be paid for the bonds bid for. (Above bouds approved by Supreme Court.) The Supreme Court has decided that Central Irrigation District was validly organized, and that itfc bonds were properlj issued, aud aro in the form required by law. See Central Irriga tion District vs. R. De Lappe, 79 Cat., 351. ft De LiPPE, Secretary of said Board. Maxwell, Cal., January 22,1890. ja3ld-to mar 3 NOTICE. THE C RYBTAL SPRINGS LAND AND WATBK Company—Notice is hereby giveu that in purmance of a resolution of the Board of Di rectors ef this corporation, adopted and en tered on record on the 4th day of February, 1890 a meeting of the stockholde-s ef said cor poration is called and will be held at the -office of this corporation, on the northwest corner of Marcnessault and Alameaa streets, In the City of I.os Angelea, Los Angeles county, State of California, on Thursday, toe 17th day of April, 1890, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. of that day, to tako into consideration the propriety of issuing bonds of this corporation for the purpose of selling the Bame and raising money to carry on the business of this corporation 8. H. MOTT, Secretary. Los Angeles, February 8,1890. City papers please copy. u-u DISSOLUTION )F COPARTNERSHIP VTO7ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE JN copartnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm name and style o Walton & Waehtel, doing business at tbe storerooms heretofore known as Nos , 216 and 218, now knowß as Nos. 312, 314 and 316 South Spring street, in the chy of loa An geles, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Frederic A Walton retiring. The business will hereafter be conducted at the ssme s and by lohn V Waehtel. who assumes all of the liabilities and will collect all of the ovtstandlngs due said firm Dated at Los Angeles this 7th day of Feb ruary, 1890. FREUEBIC A. WALTON, feb9-10t JOHN V. WACHTEL. ' notice! US. LAND OFFICE, LOS ANGELES, CAL., . January 30, 1890. Complaint having been entered at this office by Jan Delbasty against Peter Johnson for abandoning his Homestead Entry No . 5,000. dated July sth, 1889. upon the 8% oi NW% and E%, of BWk Section 8, i Township 4 North, Range 15 West, 8. B. M., la Los Angeles County, California, with a view , to the cancellation of said entry, the said 7 parties are hereby summoned to appear at this j office on tke Bth day of April, 1890 at 10 o'clock a. m„ to respond and famish testl » mony coneernlng said alleged abandonment. I fell-lm I- H. POLK, Receiver. LGUAL. " smiiioNK TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ™ 1 county of Los Angeles, State of Calliornla. The Redondo Beach Company, plaintiff, vs. Oskar Huber aud Chaa. Mensch, defendants. Action brought in the Superior Court of tne i county of Los Angeles, State of California, and i the complaint filed in said county of Los Ange- i les. in the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. C. 0. P. Section 407. , . . Tne People of the State of California send , greeting to Oskar Huber and Chas. Meuscn, j defendants. , „ 1 You are hereby rrquired to appear In an ac- , t on brought against you by the above-nameo , plaintiff In the Superior Cuurtof the county oi Los Angeles, State or California, and to an- j swer the oomplalnt filed therein, within ten j days (exclusive of the day of service) after tne , service on you of this summons—if served , within this county; or, If served elsewhere, withiu thirty days. , ] The said action is brought to obtain the ■ judgment and decree of this Court that it fix a j day within whlcn defendants be reqnired to j pay to this plaintiff the said sum of twenty- j four hundred and seventy dollars in U. 8. gold coin, deferred payments as aforesaid, with in ter st thereon from tho 12th day of April, 1888, at the rate of eight per cent per annum, and costs of suit; and that in the event the de- i fendant should fail to mate such payment to J plaintiff wit bin the time so fixed by the Court, \ that defendant and all persons claiming under i him . c thereafter, that is, from the day last t mentioned for the payment of said money, J forever barred and foreclosed of all right, iv- J terest and estate in and to the land described I iv plaintiffs complaint, and said contract and i every part thereof, and of all right to a con- J veyauce thereof and that from aud after the I day so fixed by said Court for the payment of said money, if the same be not so paid, plain- i tiff be fully restored to its former rights and i estate in the land described lv the complaint, c and the rights and estate therein which it held 0 before and at the time of the making of said <j contract, and that upon the failure of the de <j fendant to make Buch payment within the t time fixed by the Court as aforesaid, the title of 0 plaintiff tothe land described in the complaint ts against defendant and all persons claiming under him, thereupon become good and valid - and forever quieted, and that said defendant thereupon become forever barred and re strained from asserting any claim whatever to said land or to the moneys paid by defendant 1 to plaintiff under said contrict mentioned in plaintiff s complaint as "Exhibit A," or to any part or portion of said land; aud for costs of l this suit, and for such other or further order or relief as to the uourt may Beem Just and equita- f ble in the premises, as will more tully appear 1 by reference to the complaint on file herein. t And you are hereby notified that if you fail o to appear and answer the said complaint, as s above required, said plaintiff will apply to the o Court for the relief prayed for in plaintiff's J complaint. >l Witness my hand and the seal of said Supe- I rior Court of the county of Los Augeles, State < f Calif .rnia, this 25th day of November, A. D r 1889. 1 (Seal.) C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. v By F. E. Lowry, Deputy Clerk. I Ja23 th lOt law 1 a SUMMONS. I INTHEBUPERIOR COURT OFTHE COUNTY of Los Angeles, Mate of California. The Re oudo Beach Company, plaintiff, vs. James Carroll, defendant. - Action brougnt in the Superior Court of the t bounty of Los Augeles, State of California, and the complaint filed in said County of Los Arge les, in the office of the Clerk of Bald Superior Court. I C.C. P., Section 407. J The people of the State of California send 1 greeting to lames Carroll, defendant: You are hereby required to appear in an s action brought against you by tne ttDove-uame! « plaintiff in the euperior Court of the County of < Los Angeles, State of California, and to a 1 swer s the complaint filed therein, within ten days 1 (exclusive of the day of service), after the ser- ' vice on you of this summons—if served wittiin I this county; or, if served elsewhere, withiu ' thirty days. < The said action Is brought to obtain judgment ' against you. I 1 he judgment and decree of this Court that it 1 fix a oay within which defendant be required 1 to pay to tuis plaintiff the said sum of tnree > hundred and seventy-five dollars in U 8. gold i coin, deferred paym, ntsas aforesaid with inter- ' est thereon, from the 23d day of April 1888, at ' the rate of eight per c«nt. per annum, aud costs ' of suit; and that in the event the defendant 1 should fail to make such payment to plaintiff i within the time so fixed by the Court, that de- < fendant. and all pe. sous claiming under him, t be thereafter, that is, from the day last men- s tioned for the payment of said money, forever « barred and foreclosed of all right, interest and > estate iv and to the land di scribed in plaintiff's 1 complaint, and said contract and every part ' thereof, and of all right to a conveyance • thereof, and that from and after the iiayso t fixed by said Court for the payment of snid money, if the Bamo be not so paid, plainnlrfoq I fully restored to its former rights and estate In i tho land described in the complaint and the ' rights aud estate therein which it held before and at the time of the making ol arid contrac. > and thnt upon the failure of the defendant to I rartke such payment wUhlu thetlme so fixed by the Court as aforesaid, the title of plaintiff to the land described in the complaint as against defendant and all persons claiming under him, ' thereupon become good and valid and forever quieted, and that said defendant thereupon be comu forever barred and restrained from as serting any claim whatever to said land or to •he moneys paid by deleud«nt to plaiutlfl under Baid contract mentioned in plaintiff's complaint as "Exhibit A," or to my part or ' portion of said land, and for costa of this suit , and for such other or further order or relief as , to the Court may seem jU6t aud equitable in the premises, as will more fully appear by refer ence to the complaint on file herein. I And you are hereby notified that If you fail to appear and answer the said eomplsint, as , above require d, said plaintiff will apply to the , Court for the reliel prayed for in plaintiff's complaint , , Witness my hind and tbe seal of the said 1 Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, ' State of California, this 25th day of November, A. D. 1889. (seal) C. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By F. S. Lovrv, Deputy Clerk. j23 th lOt It a wk SUMMONS. TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 1 County of Los Angeles, Btate of California. The Redondo Bench Company, plaintiff, vs. A. J. Wheeler, Defendant. Action brought in the Superior Court ot the County of Los Angelas, State of California, and the complaint filed in said County of Los An geles, In the office of the Clerk of said Superior Court. C. C. P , Section 407. The people of the State of California send greeting to A. J. Wheeler, defendant. You are hereby required to aupear in an ac tion brought agilustyou by the above na icd plaintiff, in the Superior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of Califoruia, and to an swer the complaint filed therein, within teu days (exolusi c of the day of service), after the I service ou you of this summons, if served witbin this couuty;or, If served elsewhere, within thirty days. The said action is brought to obtain the judg ment and decree of thl Court that it tlx a day within which defendant be required to pay to thlß plaintiffthe said sum of two hundred and sixty-five dollars in U. s. gold coin, deterred payments as aforesaid with interest thereon from the 25th day of June, 1888, at the rate of sight per cent, per annum aud costs of suit ; and that in the event the defendant should fail to make such payment to plaintiff within the time so fixed b» the Court, that defendaut and all persons cl iming under him, be thereafter, that is, from the day last mentioned tor the payment of said money, forever barred and lor closed f f all right, i v terest and estate in and to said con ract and every part thereof, and of all right to a conveyance thereof, and that from and after the day so fixed by said court for the payment of said money, if the same be not so paid, plaintiff be fully restored to its former rights aud estate In the land described in the complaint, and the rights and estato therein which it held before and at tbe time of the making of said contract, and that upon the failure of the defendant to make such payment within the time fixed by the Court as aforesaid the title of plaintiff to the land described in the complaint as gainst defendant and all persons claiming under him, thereupou become good and valid and forever quieted, and that said defendant thereupon become forever barred and restrained from asserting any els m what ever to said land or to the moneys paid by de fendant to plaintiff under said contract men tioned iv plaintiffs complaint as ' Exhibit A, or to any part or portion of said land; and for costs of this suit and for such other or lurther order or relief as to the Court may seem just i and equitable in the premises, as will more i fully appear by reference to the complaint oa i file herein. , „ . t And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, said plaiutlff will apply to the Court for the relief prayed for in plaintiffs com plaint. .. Witness my hand and the seal of saidl Su perior Court of the County of Los Angeles, State of California, this 25th day of November, A. D. 1889. „, , (skaL) C. H. DUNSMOOR, Cleik. ' By F. E. LOWBY, Deputy Clerk. , j»23-Thurs-10t-ltaw ! BAKER IRON WORKS. I 54=2-64 Buena Vista St. * Los Angeles. Adjobrinß Soother* PaoiAu »n>Wii Xefeafcoae 124. 422 LRRAL. notice! ~ lAWI AW LIBRARY OF LOS ANGELES, ROOM J ti, Law Building, Los Angeles, California. There is delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessments levied on the flrßt day of October, 1889, the several amonnts set opposite the names of the respective shareholders, as follows: No of No. of Name Shares Certificate Am't J. R. Dupuy 1 11 $10 Theo. Savage 1 14 10 E. H. Beutly 1 22 10 Richard Dunuigan 2 27,28 12 W. F. Heathmau 1 18 2 G. W. Glowner 1 26 10 James Gardiner 1 29 10 E T. Dunning 1 31 10 F. W. Gregg 1 35 10 W. D. Stephenson 1 38 10 Smith & Patton 5 41,42,43.44 45 60 A. Glassell 2 48, 49 20 M. V. Biscailuz 1 57 10 J. S. Chapman 1 61 10 R. M. Wfoney 3 62,63,64, 30 R. F. DelValle 1 74 10 Louis Gottschalk 1 81 10 No. of Am't Due No. of Name Shares Thereon Certificate Am't F. R. Willis 1 $68 00 not Issued 10 ' K. B. Carpenter. 1 50 00 •■ 10 ' J. H.Call 1 61 00 «' 10 W. C. Lockwood. 1 63 50 " 10 C. C. Stephens... 1 70 00 » 10 Shelden Borden. 1 47 75 " 10 J.T. Beardei. .. 1 30 00 " 10 W. M. Burrls .1 57 75 " 10 H, H. Appel 1 100 00 " 10 B. W Dlehl 1 90 00 " 10 J, W. Mitchell... 1 33 50 " 10 A. B. Hotchkiss. 1 75 OQ " 10 And in accordance with law, and an order of . the Hoard of Directors, made on the 6th day of ; Decemoer, 1889, so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, will be sold, at Room No. 6 of the Law Building, on the 20th ' day of February, 1890, at 1:30 p. m. of such day, to pa; delinquent assessments theteon, : together with costs of advertising and expenses of the sale. R. L. HORTON, Seoretary, lel-12t Room 8, Law Building. ASSESSMENT NOTIUE. j LOS ANGELES AND PACIFIC RAILWA J COMPANY. Location of principal placo of business, Los Angeles « ity, California. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT A meeting of the Board of Directors, held on the 17th dny of January. 1890, an assessment of two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per share was levied upon the capital stock issued of the corporation, payable January 20, 1890, to the Secretary, at his office, Room 3 Burdick block, !-.E comer Spring and Second streets, Los Angeles, Cal. All stock upon which t'\ltt assessment, shall remaiu unpaid on the 18th day of February, 18110, will be delinquent on that day and ad vertised for Bale at public auction, and unless payment is made Wore, w 11 be sold on the 10th day of March, 1890 (or as much thereof as may be necessary), to pay the delinquent ajsessment, together wish costs of advertising and expenses of sale. By order of the Board of Directors. I 8. P. REUS, Secretary, ; Office, Room 3, Burdiek Block, Lob Angeles. ] ]a! 8 lm I NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEET- ! ING. ' i TN PURSU ANCE OF MEBOLUTIONS OF THE ! 1 Board of Directors of tho Los Angeles and PaoifiC Railway Company, duly passed ou the 9.h day of January, 189», a meeting of the stockholders of said company is hereby called tc meet, on the 12th day of April, 1890. at lo o'clock a. m , at No. 44 North Spring areet (the sme being the place where the Board of Duectors of said company usualW hold their meetings), in the City of Los Angeles, Stste of California, for the purpose of authorizing tbe creation of a bonded Indebtedness of said company, consistiugof three hnndredbonds, of said company, numbered from one to three liundred (s»id two numbers inclusive). Said »ondß are to be first mortgage boDds. Said bonds are to be for one thousand dollars each, md are to be all of the same date, and all pay able in thirty years from date, and are to bear 'ntere*t at trie rate of six per cent, per annum, with interest coupons atuched thereto payable semi-annually, and for the securing of said bonds to further authorize the execution of a mortgage or trust deed, covering all of the corpora c property and franchises of said com pany, owned at the date of the executiou of said mortgage or trust deed, or that may there after be acquired by said company during the running ol said bonds to maturity. Tho said bonds aud proceeds thereof are to be used in settling and pa> ma the present indebtedness of said c muany, and in paying for the further construction and equipment of its roadway. Said rueetingof stockholders is also called 'or the purpose of electing a new Board of Directors, »nd lor tho puiposo of transacting any other business ihat may be brought before it. By order of tho Board of Directors of the Los Angeles and Pacific Kallway Company, this 9th day of January, 1890. 8. W. LUIIWIELEB, President. 8. P. Rees, Secretary. ftB-62t SUMMONS. ~ No. 11,877. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE of California, In and for tho County of Los Angeles. C. B. Boyes and C. E. Crowley, partners doing business under the firm name of Boyes & Crowley Plaintiffs, vs. D. A. Bascom J. C. Delvy and M, J. Hathaway, Defendants. Action brought iv the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for tbe County of Los Angeles, and the complaint filed in said Connty of Los Angeles in the olhce of the Clerk of said Superior Court. The people of the State of Califoruia send greeting to D. A. Bascom, J. 0. Delvy and M. J, Hdthaway, defendants. You are hereby required to appear In an ac tion brou. ht against you by the above named plaintiff in the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service after the service on you of this summons if served within this county; or if served else where, within thirty days, or judgment by de fault will be takeu against you according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to foreclo-e the lieu against lot 15, block 9, Los Angeles Im provement Company's subdivision in the city of Los Angeles, county aid State aforesaid, for grading Alabama street In front thereof. The amount claimed is $235.26, with interest, attorneys' fees, and cost of suit. Reference is had to complaint for particulars. And yet are hereby notified that if yon fail to appearand answer the said complaint as alioy ; required, the said plaintiff will cause your de niilt to be entered and will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complairt. Given inder my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for tie County of Los Angeles, this 23d day of Novenbsr. in the year of our Lord, oue thonsanl eight hundred and »lghty-nine. r S EAL CHAS. H. DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By P B. Fanning, Doputy Clerk. JoniB & Carlton, Attorneys for Plaintiffß. d 4 wed 2 m IN 7HE SUPkRIOR COURT OF THE STATE of California, County of ics Augeleß—ss. In tho matter of the estate of Otto Mueller, decctsed. Nf.itie for publication of time for proving will, etc. No.ioa 's hereby given that Friday, the 14th oay of Ftbruary, 1890, at 10 o'clock, a.m. ot said day, at the .court room of this Court, I epirtmeut Iwo thereof, corner Franklin and New High ftreets, the city of Los Angeles, Com tv of Lob Angeles, and State of California, hay« been appointed as th« time and place for heaiing the application of Michael Mueller.pray lng hat a document n..w on file in this Court, purjorting to be the last Will and Testameut of the 'aid oeo ased, be admitted to probate, tha let'.trs testamentary be issued thereon to him, at whlcn time and pl«ce all persons interested therein may appear aud contest the same. Dited February 3d, 1890. , , r.. H. DUNSMOOR County Clerk. By M. J. ASHMORE, Deputy. Button & Swan wick, Att'y for petitioner. f4 11t NOTICE TO CREDITORS, ESTATE OF HERMAN BETS BENEDICT, Nutice is hereby given by the undersigned, administratrix of the estate cf Herman Bots Benedict, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessaiy vouchers, within ten mouths after the first publicatiou of this notice, to the said administratrix, at >>er rtsidence, No. 413 Louisiana avenue, on Boyle Heights, in the City of Los Angeles County of Los Angeles, California, tbe same being the place for the transection of the business of said estate, in the said County ol Los „ A " g iJ e '';-, VaLLONA BENEDICT, Administratrix of the estate of Herman Betß Benedict, deceased. Dated February 10,1890. . W.P.Gardiner, Attorney for said adminis trstlx, fell- w _ O. F. 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IMPORTANT CHANBB OT TTJUL Thursday, Nov. 28, 1889, Truing leave fc.nl ito dme to arrive Ml Angeles (New Arcade •tttn Fimt BTB Bar, Daily, ah POLwrwi: Leave Jfor. DBSTTDtATIoa, iAti. n^jT II3:50 r. x Banning. JtOHWaj*. 5:10 r.M Banning \o-.oOv at. 9:00 a. at Colton 3*7 A. 5! ft 3:50 r. M- Colton , ,!IOsMLaOt 2.10 r.M Colton 4 :20ir?sfc 5:10 r. m Doming and Rant... 10r»O r at. 5:10 f.m Bl Paso and Bast ... 10:00 ».«" 12:85 r. m Long Beach ... ns6a. m. 9:60 a.m. njtX^i 6:10, m. 10:40p.m Ogden and Bast.... I 7:25 a.m. Ogden and East ; 4-.ldr-.ar. 10:40f.m Portland.Or..... 1 7,2 Ha «. 9:00 A. M Riverside. 8:57 ... aw II 3:50 r.M Riverside 1|10:04a.ml 2:10 r. m Riverside I 4:20 v. ml Riverside 10:00 c. m. 9:00 a. m San Bernardino 8:57 a. at H 3:50 p. m. ... Ban Bernardino t| to-04a. a?. 2:10 p. m San Bernardino 4:20 r.M. • •• Ban Bernardino 10 00 e.au 9:00 a. m Redlands. ||10:04 a.m. ||3:50 p. m Redlands 10 00 r, a, 1:40 p. m. San Fran, and Sacram'to 7:25.*. a. 10:40 r. M.jSan Fran, and Sacram'to 4:10 p.m. 9:30 a. M. Santa Ana and -Knahoim 8:87 a at 5:03 p.m. Santa Ana and Anaheim 3:85 t. mv 1:40 p.m. | Santa Barbara j 4:l»p. at. 7:25.a. M. \ Santa Barbara I 90S p. at. 9:37 a. M Santa Monica. ... 8:33 a. k. 1:07f.m Santa Monies 13:08* m. 5:12 p.m. Santa Monica 4:28 p. * 16:10 p. m. Santa Monies t7:BSA.M. 4.28 p. m Tustin 9:08 a.m. 111 :00a.m Whittier i|3:ls r. v. 4:28 r.M Whittier 9:03 A. 1 Local and through, tickets sold, b*.gg*ea thecked. Pullman sleeping oar resetvastoaa nade, and general Information given niton as illcstlon to J. M. CRAWLEY, Asst. 9. Pas. Ant. s T o. 200 S. Spring St., cor. Second. OHARLBB iK Yi. r. >- Agent at Depot. II Sundays excepted. JMondayß excepted. A. M. TOWN*, General Msaa&ftfc. T. H. GOODMAN, eec'l Passenger and Ticket Age 01-8 m Men California K'y Co. "RA»IA FE ROUTE.)* On and after SUNDAY, OOT. 27th. .989, trains will leave and arrive at Plrtt ttreet Depot as follows: Leave. Los Angeles. Amn *8:30 a. M Overland *4:2© p. Mt, *8:52 a. M. San Diego Ex Coast L. *8.00 A. ■£ *4:40 P. M. San Diego Ez Coast L. »l:O0 p. at lii.oo . h (San Diege Ex vial 1*8.30 A. M. j. Bgn ßernardino..! San Diego Ex vial _ _ (Rlvers'e <fc Orange) O 7 or. bt -8:52 a. m Santa Ana *8:0 r. ar ioso a. m Santa Ana. fl0:15A. at +4:00 r.u Banta Ana *l:00r. 5. *4:40 v. m Santa Ana. +6:50 p.at, ■10:30 a.m. .. - +6:50 p.m. *8:30 a.m. (Riverside via San) V 5 •4:00 p. m. \.. . .Bernardino .. *- zo *• * r lO:3OA.t« ..Colton via Orange.. iS;S? *• •8:30 a. m. Colton via San Brnd'o *'5* •4:00 p. m. Colton via San Brnd'o !i'?9 •8:30 A.H ... San Bernardino.. *9 :»5 A. BU *4:00 p.m. ...San Bernardino.... f6:SOA. BU Ho:3oa.m. |^%™ rd^* a j +7:45 A. M- Pasadena +7:40 f. a. •8:30 a. m- Pasadena. +8:50 a., a. M 2:30 p.m. Pasadena *9:55 a. m„ •4:00 p. m Pasadena. +2:50 p. BU +5:05 p. M., Pasadena. I *4:20 p.m. +6 20 p.m. Pasadena. +6:10*.*., 1-12:30 p. M.lDnarteAccommodat'n +7:40 r. n. +6:20 p. M.lDnarteAccommodat'n +2:5© p.m. 1-10:00 a, m.I Port Ballona +3:55 P. at. 10.00 a. m. . ...Redondo Beach.... *8:25 A. X, *5:00 p. m. .. .Redondo Beach... *3:55 p. M. +8 :30a.m.. San Jacinto.... +6:50 r.M. -10:30 a. M.I San Jacinto +4:40 p. M.I Eacondldo +1:00 p. m. +8:30 a.m. Redl'nds and Mentone *9:56 a.m. •4:00 p. M.|Bedl'ndßSnd Montonel +4:20 P.M. •Daily. +Dally except Sanday. Trains leaving Los Angelea at 8:30 a. m. coa ieo< at San Bernardino for all points south to )cnanslde. Trains leaving Los Angeles at 10:30 a.m. and arriving at 6:50 p. m. conneov »t East Riverside for all points south to Ooeam ilde. Depot at foot of Firrt street. E. H. WADE. Oeneral Manager. S. B. HYNES. Gen. Pass. Agent. WILLIAMSON DUNN. General As***. City Ticket Off oe. No. 20 North apt let sties*. CHAS, T. PARSONS. Ticket Agent. Coir-ape GeEeraie_TraHsatlaDfl(iiiß FRENCH LINK TO HAVRE. piOMPANY'S PIER (NEW) NO. 42 _ i Nortfißtver. foot of Morton str -et. L'ravelors by this line avoid both transit by fcglish railway and the discomfort of crossing he Channel In a small boat. jA NORMANDIE, Frangonl, Saturday, Feb 8,6:30 a m. jA BOURGOGNE, Santelll, Batarday, Feb. 15t 1:00 p m. ja BKETAN3E, Santelll, Saturday Feb 2*. 7:00 a. m. GABCOGNE, Boyer, Saturday, March. 1» 1:30 a. ra For freight or passage apply to A. FORGET, Agent, No. 3 Bowling Grsen, New York. Tickets for gale by all rallrcad and svcam&hta offices iv Los Angeies. J. P. FUGAZI A CO.. Agents, 5 Montgomery »™ dtf» tf PACIFIC COABT STEAMSHIP COMPAST. Goodall, Perkins & Co., General Agents San Francisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland. Ore.; Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sound, Alaska, and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. Tlrae Table for February, 1890. LEAVE BAN FRANCISCO For Port Harford .. "1 8. 8. Mexico, Feb. 1, 9, t Santa Barbara... \ and 25. San Pedro fS 8. Corona, Feb. 5,13, 21 San Diego J aud March 1. For 18. 8. Eureka, Feb 3, 11, Redondo I 19 and 27. San Pedro and (8. 8. Lob Angeles, Feb. 7, Way Ports J 15, 23 and March 3. LX AYE SAN FBDBO For 1 8. 8. Mexico, Feb. 3, 11, 1» 1 and 27. San Diego (S. S. Corona, Feb. 7, 15, 28, ) and March 3. LEAVE BAN PBBKO For 18. S. Corona Feb. 1, 9, IT Ban Francisco... ( and 25. Port Harford.... fS. 8. Mexico, Feb 5, 13, 22 Santa Barbara.. J and March 1. LEAVE BAN PEDBO AND BEDONDO For 1 8. S. Los Angeles, Feb. 2» San Francisco ( 10,18 and 26. end fS. S. Eureka Feb. 6, 14. Way Ports J 22 and March 2. Cars to connect with steamers leave 8. P. B.K. depot, Fifth street, Los Angeles, aa follow*: a r the Mexico aud Corona s< 9:50 o'clook. A. M.; with Los Angeles aa. Enreka, galas; north, at 5:10 o'olock p. a. Passengers per Lob Angeles and Eureka via Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 5 00 p.m. Plans of steamers' csblns at agent's t fftoa> where berths may be secured. The steamers Los Angeles and Eureka will call regularly at Newport pier for and with freight and passengers. The company reserve the right to change ta» steamera or their days of sailing. •f kb-ror passage or freight as above or fa* tlokets to and from all important points to Europe, apply to %m. PARRIS, Agent. Office: No. 124 West Second St.. Los Angeles. &MRapid Transit K'y. Lsave c> >• inertia! street. Los Angelea, via a P. R R., for *lh*"ibrn. Monrovia and Way Statlens. WBBX DATS— Forenoon. Afternoon. 9 00 8:54 Leave Monrovia for Alhambra, Los Angelea and Way Statloni, Forenoon. Afternoon. 8:00 3:20 snanATs— The same time, except 3:54 p. m. train from Commercial street, will leave at 2;14 p. aa Passengers transfer at Ramona. Time between Los Angeles and Monrovia— Oaa hoar, INTERMEDIATE STATIONS BETWEEN TSBMIXAS POIMTS, BEGINNING AT LOS ANBSLSS-- Soto street, Ban Mariuu, Bats, Ban Gabriel, Ramona, Sunny Slope, Alhambra, Chapman, May berry, Baldwin, Lake Vineyard, Arcadia. Bpeolal privileges to parties erecting Msa> tenons on the Ua* ol this road. B. P. SPBNCB, F. Q. BTOBY, President. Pen. Mn as— JI4K