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. Htoek Xxahanc* K»tWw. MrW Yoii\, Oct. 13,-Theiewas a general buov.i.ot i,.niiuth» stock uiarkot lortay. In- Edustriaia being ah,ad. ibo cose showed trees to 1* per cent higher than thaolose itasl night. closed slendy. W \ MONKV qI'OTiTIOWS. Ir'r.w Yoax, i ict. 12.— ■ouev on oall eaay at ■pr cent; closed otter, dat 2 per oont. I I'nm-rm, rcantlis ..aper, 0•9 pr cent. I Ster.mr exchange steady; hinkers, 00-dsy b. ' • $1.8 h«4.83|;; demaul, $1.84 l < «4.X3'/ 1 . Is\n Kaaacisoo Oot. 13.—Draltst Sigh , ■7; a c; telegraphic, 27!, i;. I STOCKA 1.111 UONpS. I Maw York, Oct. 12.—Uiosingquotations were ■a follows: h;.:,. .»,regut M .IH Ido pld 20 . [ do coupon 11l iNm'tli wcs'.eill 1"-,,. U. J*. 2s, teg. ... 98 do pid 13. Pa" tl. d» 102 IN. V. Ceuuai M»M Alciin sou IDS' Oregon Imp ... • S AmoiUauEx Ho iDregoiiNatf ... JO Canadian Hae 71 0r« -nor Line... ><% Cailada i-ollth m 47 I Facile Mat 13 Ceu is: lac.lio . 19 U'uj in«n Palice..l«l7'i karllQglou ... Sl'jißeadiug '7 l.'hioago Uas 4"a,, hlchmoud Term.. 27 8 i o (oa Oil .l'ii,,|Uio (i.aude Wes'u 10 I.Sit inauua 151' i do pld 48 1). IK, ,/ HU R. 0. W. flrsU ... btf Jditi ler« Island 64 ; Idieat Northern ..109 idt Paol :••*???■ kansasot Texas.. 20>,j t. Paul * Oataha MM l«kd Suora Ij:p, s ugar Trust.. U2U Lead i rust t'exae A PacH'. . , 6>4 l,& N 435*1'uited Stales Ex. **' Mian, central . Ml *ea crn Onion... *f*a Missouri I'aciOc . 'M\ Geueial Electric. *5%. Cordage 25., Linmed Oil 19 •lopfd 64 Wells Farao 130 North American.. «•» Onion Paclflo 17% Northecu PaclAc. ii% ■ Hoston. Oct. 12,-Followlng were closing qnoialions: Atchison 10J$;Mexlcan 7 Hell Telephone. ..IPO San Diego 4 Burllugtou Sl'4l UININO SHARES. New York. Oct. 12-Mining aharea closol i< lollnwa: Irown Point 2A Sierra Nevada.... .45 ■ on. Cal. & Va... 1.70 Standard 1.00 D ad wood 50 Onion Con 30 (..add ,t Curry .. ,25 Yellow Jaoket 40 Homtatake 8.75 Iron Silver 10 111 le 4 Norcroas.. .40 Quicksilver 1.50 'Mexican 55 do pfd 16.00 Ontario 4.00 Bulwer 10 Ophir 1,0 Chollar 10 Plymouth 10 San Francisco, Oct. 13.— Closing quotations wue: Belcher ,35 Potosl. 50 lb.si *v Belcher .. .60 0ph1r.... 90 chollar 25 Savage 30 Con. ual. i Va... I.Bft oierra Nev 45 Confidence f>o Onion Cou 30 Gould <k Curry... .251 Yellow Jacket 50 Halo & Norotoss. -40i Silver Bullion. San Frascisch. Oot, 12.—Silver bars, 73%® 73 ,c Dor ounce. Mexican dollars. 59H60c. New Yorx, Oct. 12.—Bar allver, 73V40 per ounce. Mexican dollara, :*>■*!*•. CONVSRTIBLB VALUE Of SILVER AND OOLD. With tne gold price ot fine allver at 73 coats per ounce, the raito of value ia as I tn 28.03. I'h a makes 14.57 grs. gold equal 412.5 grs. or $1 tn mlver. I r. 26.8 grains gold ($1 in gold) eqnala in vniic 730',, grs. silver Cold value of silver dollar, 5(1 < cents. hllver value ol gold dollar, $1.77. San Francisco Produce Market. San Francisco, Oct. 12 —The merchandlae m« racta are satisfactory; prlcei well main i»>aed. The produce marketa are steady but business waa do 1. v. aetablea and fralt in heavy supply: prices toaak, rotatoea are over plentiful. (Cantaloupes are lower. Butter la easy at quotations. Eggaare higher. Oulous are firm. Poultry is in light supply. Game la dull. Chicago Grain Market. Chicago, Oct. 12.—Wheat waa dull. The market opened unchanged: advanced ' t c on local buying; declined H on rucrora that the senate had adjourned without action on the allver repeal bul; rallied -,c on buying by two prominent dims: eased off and closed steady. Receipts were 302,000 bushels; shipments, 123,000 bushels. closing quotations: Wheat, steady; caah, 63%, c; D« ember, 665»0. Cora— Frm; oa*h,3BK.: December. 38?*. Oats—Steady; cash, 26t,c; December, 27}»c. Rye—43. Barley—Nominal. Fl»x-$1 05. Timothy-$3.85. OTHER GRAIN MARKETS. : Ban FRAHCiaco, Oot. 13 —Wheat, firm; Do -mber, $1.10><; May, $1.22V4. Barley—steady; December, 73J»0; May, 83V,c. Corn—92c. H Liverpool, Oct. 12.—Wheat— Holders offer moderately. No. 1 red winter closed at 6a 4' ..d; No. 2 red spring at 6b 61. Corn—spot firm, hdidets offer sparingly at 4s: M: utures firm,holder offer sparingly. October closed at4si<d; November, 4s, %d; December, 4s, l%a. Chicago Stock Market. Chicago, Oct. 12.—Cattle—The receipts were 17,000 head. Natlvea and Texanß were steady 10 shook. Teiaua -ere easier Prime native steers, $5 45(45.70; mediums. 55.00ra5.25: fair, $1.75(34.95; Texaus, $2.75(42,90; westerns, $3.30(04.00. Hog—Receipts were 18,000 head. The market closed steady to lower. Coarse and packer*, $6.00(d6 10; packers, tfli.2oiifti.4s, prlmtheavy and butcher's waights, $d.f>O v u> o.7o;light, $6.50(<t6.60. Sheep—Receipts were 12,000 head. The market was alow and unsettled. Natives, $1.25(04.50; westerns, $2.85(93.36. California Fruit Sales. Chicago, Oct. 11 —The Karl Fruit company sold California fruit at auction today as loi lows: Tokay grapes, half crate-. f1.21X91.U0; Mus< at grapes, half crates, $1.25(91.40; Cor nichon grapes, half or tea, $1.30(gl 40; Ro»e de Peru grapes, half crates, $1.10; Ban hit pears. $3.39t_<i3.40; Winter Nobis pear-, $1.80 (>c2 00: etiawbeny Cling peaches, 75(0)06: sai away peaches, 75(aj80c; Morris Cling peaches, - 70c. S New York, Oct. 11.—The Karl FrsUt company vild California fruit al auction today at tbe . >llowmg prices: Fancy Tokay grapes, $3 25ri» 4.00; half crates. $1.50,'d1.80; choice Tokay i/rapue. $2.0-Jt«2.S.~>; half crates, 85rtt$l 35, Muscat grapes, half cra'cs, 7< i< fa>* I Ou: Mo. rocco grapes, ha f cratns, 90c("a51.15; verdelle graphs ha'f crates, 60'aY70e: Kasterberg pears, ' $2 26fe;2.35; Beurre Grla peara, $2.00. General Markets. New York, Oct. 12.—Hops, steady; Pacific coast, 19tia23c. Coffee—options closed ateadyand nnchanged to 15 points advauce. -a-os were 8500 bag-, lnc.udlug October at $.6.70(317.00; Novem ber, $'.6.350016,40: December, 16.05 'Did. 10. Spot R'o closed quiet; No. 7 at 18 j«»18%u. Suga.'—Raw closed Htm; No tat breakwater to ■ ome here, Btt t st, ;>'.,c Refined closed firm. Copper—fiauier; lake, $9.55 bid. Lead—Weak; domestic, $3.10. Tin—Firm; straits, $20.55; spelter closed weak; aomeatic, $3.45. Salt Meats and Lard. Chicago, Oct. 12.—Pork, atrong; Oct., $16.25- January, 14 69 4 . I.aril—strong; October, $9.65: January. 18.50. Rli s — Strong; October, January, $7 65. Shoulders - Short clear-j ».50i» 1.0.25. Wool. New Yore. Ocl. 12 —Wool—Steady; domestic Betiue, 20(025!); pulled 18(0250. Petroleum. New York. Oot. 12 —Petroleum closed aoHve aud firmer; November olos. d ai 701091 a bid. Whisky. Chicago, Oct. 12.—Whiaky, $1.13. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. jThe quotations given below are current wholesala selling prices.] Poultry and Eggs. PoOLTRY—Hens, $3 00 n5.50 per doz.; young roosters, $3 50 4 50; old roosters, $4.00 uri.OO; broilers, $2 501(13.00; ducks, $i.OUj4s.i 0; tur keys, i:j(#i4i! per lb. Eu,is—Uaiiforula, ranch, por doz., 87t928c; eastern, 23rjf>23u. Dairy Pro .acts. Butter—Fancy creamery, 23 ounce tqnares, ; 60<3,U21*c; f*noy dairy, per rol., 55<957',0; ) choice, 60J162 1 ., c. Cllkvbe-E. stern, terlr., 12!gi30; California, t large, lie; 3-lb, hand, 13c; Y. Una America, I W ?. Mill Prodi , ~. * nocß-Perbb !.. L A. XXXX, $3.60: Capitol Mat Ills *>t.i>o; Spyrry'a, $4.15; i.ritt.d sdow, ■ Vl. i.r, $1.15; Crown, $1.15; Slocktonia ■ i'd...i. KfED—Bran, per ion, !p2t; shorts, $23; ■ mxxeal iecd (corn aud barley), par xOO lbs., $1; cracked cum, $1.05: feed meal, $1.13; rolled barley, 75c. Veretabl... Bkanh—Navy or small while, per 100 lbs., $2 7;>.»3 25. pint, pur 100 i,v , $.1.00a}3.50: ola « eyed, per 100 .bt, $ . ,0,a2.75: Lima, $3 50a3.75. po r .tuem—Per 100 lb»., ill) ; itSLtt. Beets—Per 100 lb-., $1 on CamhaoK—Per 100 ibs., 55 .:70c. i «RiioT.s—Per 100 lbs.. $1.00 Chilis—Dry, net string 75 $1. Onions—Per 100 lbs.. $' 00(iJ$i.23. PARBNIPH—Per 100 lbs , $1 f>o Kwkki POTATO** Per 100 lbs., $1.00. Tomatoes —Per box, 50c Tcßturs—Per 100 .b«., HOj. Dried Fralt. Ari'LEa— Sun-dried, sacks,7«t!)c per lb; boxen 10'n 11c: evspoißted, Line), 1 l(ff,l2e. ■ I'RiCoTS Fan.-y, per lb, l !•« ,2',r; choice. BYJIOC, ■ '..ACHra— Fancy, unpaeled, per lb, 8®10c; peeled, ..i... ic Puvjnks—choice, boxes, per lb, SitDc; sacka o(ft7c; fancy, 9dlOc. ti" b Vrlllts. Arn,i:s- Per box. $1.00 *l 25. Paicues—Pei box 05g)750. Pk>ks-P,t box.sl On, Grapes—Per box, OOftpUftc. lerdoz, 73c®$l. Oanta oupk-—Per doz, 55a)*lftc. "moked Meats, K>to. Hams—Rn perlb,l4sc. Bacon—ll«x, per lb., 17!ilc: Defiance, lOHc; ligh .11 d in 1 Poitx—Dry sail, 13'« c per lb Dried Beef— F..r lb., 13c. Lard --Per lb., in tierces, comnonnd, Sic. Saute, pare, loo; Rux, pure, 10% c; .puuial brand, 11c. tiraln and May. Barley—Per cental, feed, 70c: browing, $1 vt heat- No. 1, percmtal, $1.10. I'orn—Per cental, $1.00. Oath—No. 1 per cental, $1 50. Hay—Oat, $B*9; wheat, $t>,<aio; barley, $8 189; alfalfa, $9(010. Stbaw—Baney, per ton, $5; wheat, $5. Wines and Liquors. (Quotations or liquors revised by H. J. Woolla cott, importer and ex .orter. Sea ad.] Champagne— Mumm, pints, $35: quarH, $33; Pommtttsy* pints, $36.fi0: qua ts, $34.50; Koe derer, plots, $3d.00, quarts, $31.50; Monopo c, pints, $35; quarts, $33; Delbeck, pints, $34; quarts, $32. Bittebs-Angostura. $18.19: Damlana, $7; Feinet Branca. $16.50; Hostetter'fc, $8 50; Amer Picon. $17; Harter's Wild Cherry, $7 7A; Peruvian, $7.75: Peppermint, $2.25; Venesne la,sß.2s. Lash, $7. ALR-Basa a (Jo., by Foster, $11.75: hy Bono $17.50; Teunent'a. $13.50; McMullen's. $21. Stoct — Oulneas'a, by Foster, $(1.50; by Burae, $17.50; Johnson, $11.50; Teuneut's, $12. Baan—Val Blatz Milwaukee, quarts, $11.50; pints $12: Red Ribbon, quarts,sls: pints, $l(i. Extract op Malt— Hon's Malt, $3.25: Liquid Bread, $3.75; Best Tonic, $2.75 per dozen. Wiitsav—Duffy's Malt. $9.25: Hermitage. $11; Brule of Bourbon, $9.50; H. J. •». nour bon, $8.50; H J. W. Bye, $8.50; Mellwood. $11; J. H. Culler 0. X., $11.65; A No. 1, $8.50; Old Taylor, $12. Whisky by Hi::.—From $1.63 to $3.45 per gallon, according to age scotch Whisk y—Btewart'a Abordeeu, $12.50; Oarnklik, $13.00. Irish Whisky—lrish Malt, $11.00; Burkes, $13 00. Kios—Five gallon, 6Sc; 10-gallon, 90c; half barrels, $1.55. DKMijoitss—Half gallons, $2.75: one gallon, $3 75. (singer Alf.-c. it C. Belfaat, $15 00: Ross, $16.50. GIN—A. V. H., $24.00: tA. I N., $25.50; Bonrd'a old Tom, $11.00; IL.rn It's, $10.60; Wolf's, plnta, $12.00; quarts, $11.00. Savterne—Bert's, quarts, $11.00; pints, $12.00; A. De Luce & Fits, quarts, $13; plma $14 00. White Wine—Geischhelmer, quarts, $14.00; Maccoranner, quarts, $10.00; Lebfraunrllch, quait , $17.00; Koenigeu Vie Berb, quarts, $30 00. olabet—Chateau La Rose, quarts, $7 00; plnls,sß: Margaux, pints, $> /.OO; quarts, $11; Chateau de Franda. quarts, $9.00; pints, $10; PontetCcnet, quarts, $14.00; pints, $15 Mineral Water-Apollluarls, quarts. $9.50; pints, $13.50; Bethe-da, quarta, $8.50 half gallons. $5.50: Londonderry*, half-gallons, $7 00: quart-, ?10 00; pints, $14 CO; Hunvadl, $11.75; Napa Soda, pints, $9 00: quarts, $7 30; White Rock, $6.60: Vichy, $12.50 Coonac—Hennetsy, X, $16.75: XXX. 21.00; Kartell,X, 517.A0. Mar el ,XXX, $21.50; fcva rlste, Dnp me & Co.. $20. Cordials—Marischine, $13.50; Vermouth, N. P , $«.<•.'•; Italian, $6.50; Eummel, $15; Abs nthe. $19.50; Anisette. $17. WiNKt-Claret. 3o( i*)se: Zlnfsndel, s.">fa)Bsc; Port, Angelica, Sher y, Muacatel, 45c(uv«1.29 per gallon, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Thursday. Oct. 12, 1893. W E Peabody to bis wife—Dad M lot 8, Sum stiae's sub l.egge tract, Pasaden : $1. C E Heck et ux to M E Elliott- Part lot 4, blk 2, RoPotrerode Felipe Lugo-. $1580 J Blauaou et ux to M A Ws.de— Lot 43, blk37, Azusa; $300. A Wade to bia wife-Lota 1, 2, 13 to 15, blk 54, Aausa; $10. A/.usa Land and Water Co to M A Wade—Lot 3, blk 54; 19 blk 43; 20 and 81, blk 43, Aau.a; •800. G a Torry et al to W Cuthbert—Lot 2, blk 64. Long Beach; $50. F eh i>lt| o J a. Brown—Lot 6, blk 4, Kvey's aub 166, Pomona: $1. A Conion tuxto J Gair—Lot 13, blk 1, Yor ba £ Paige traot; $530 P X Pnlillp. c ux to R P Waje—All lnt in 9 acs blk 158, Maclay Ro; $215 0 T Dyer to - B Ellis—3l 13 aca in aec 14, T 3 8, R 12 Al, and BH aca iv sec; $10. H C Stebbiua to 1. A .1 tebblna—WV< lot 30, Gardeda trt, Ro Ban Pedro: $1. A H Sproul to T J Harris—Lot 5, blk 8, Nor walk: $125. T B Roy nobis et ux to 8 Lagler— Part lot 4, blk 37, Terminus Homes tend trt: $285. E T Wright et ux to E A Mott—Part tot 8, blk R, Mott ttt: $5 G T Stamm et ux to National Bank of Califor nia—Lot 18, blk 2, Highland trt ad; $1. Kama to same—Una % int to laud in same rancho; $1, \ M D Painter et nx to D W Davis- Part lot 10, blk E, Painter's aubd blk Q, Painter a Ball trt, Pasadena; $5.0. MA Schu zetux to H Tjernh und—Lota 21 and 22 U 86, Long Beach; $300. T A Rouse et ux to .1 G Frey—Lot 2, subd lot B. blk 11, EL A. $3000. F Jordan to F f Frost—Lot 76, Park Villa trt; $2200. FVLaytontoG Mirande - Five ft in Bur. bank trt, Bo Bsn Joae: $300. G H Fullerton et ux to 1' Barrows—46 lota In Cl/.remont: $1. B A Thompson et nx to W A Thomp on-Pait W>4 BW'4 Sco 21, T3a, Rll W; $6..00. J F Humphreys et ux to O W Pholou— Ki of Btfti Sec 2-, T4 N, R 16 VV; $8010. F H Steele el ux to \ Woouenweler—Lot 34, Alenls Vineyard tract ; $500. 1 Fleishman to H S Barr— 1 ots 1 and 2, blk 5, Purtell's sub Los Primes tract: $1. N I Goucher to 8 PRR Co Right of way tn blk 17 landa Provldeacia I, W & D 10: $100. (J H Twino to C H Finsley—l 01 25, blk 29, Electric Ry Hom'st'd Ann tract; $2500. W H Jenkins to M J Meeks—Placer mining claims In Palomaa mining district: $10,000. Castao Aater Ditch and Placer mini, g Co to M J Meeka—Water r.ghts and mining claims; $10,000. J Maskell et nx to F R Fltimier—Quit claim to lot 11, Maakell tract; $750. SUMMARY. Deeds 40 Nominal 17 Total... $49,699 00 No TB—Figures separated by a dash Indicate page aud number of book of miscellaneous records. Immense. That's What They All Say.—lt la custom ary iv these latter daya 10 express our peiec catisfactlou with a thing by saying "It's im mense!" It'a ao expressive that nothing en be added. Geo. L. Plus, Philadelphia, Pa., says: "My wife haa ben taking your New Cure for the heart, and says It is Immense. She has not bean trouble d with pain or smother ing spells aluc usiug it." Jno. L. Rn erta, Blatlugton P ~ »ays he is7s year' old and haa suffered irom heart disease for over 40 years. Was treated without avail by prominent New York physicians; grew constantly worse; took Dr. Miles' New Heart 1 ure and was completely cured. Bo dby C. H, Haucr, 177 N. Spring a., on a guarantee. Onr Horn* Bravr. Male'r A Zobeleln'a lager, fresh from the brewery, on draught In all the pine pal aa loons, delivered promptly In bottles or kega. office snd brewery, 414 Allso street. Tela phone 91. 250 envelopes, SOc; M rm writing paaer, 25c. Langstadtor, 214 W. Secoud, Hollenbeck hotel. SOWKRKRPWT. KINGSLEY & BAKINES, ART PRINTERS COPPER PLATE PRINTING, WEDDING INVITATI iNS. ETC. VISITiNG CARDS, ETC 211 New High Street, Fulton Block, Near Franklin at, ground floor. Tel. 417, ' LOS ANGELES HERALDt FRIDAY MORA ING* OCTOBER 13. 1893. jWcV* aa asraraf«Vts*ar^ i »VaV« \ ■ a » as ira v a all a c iffirtriV IBALD HEADS! S What is the condition of yours? Is yoatr hair dry, U MmW harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it a 2 % \ iifele.-s ,-ppearance? Does it tall out -when combed or '« r -l lushed? Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itch ? Is it dry or in a heated condition ? if these are some of ~ ' lia yoursymptoms be warned in time oryou will become bald. I /SRSkookum Root Mr Grower IV I' lilfflHfllaßr lis whnty.,M p... '1. Its production Is n»t an nccldeii'. but the rcaultof scientific f I research. Knowledge of the diseases of the hair ami sculp len to thedlscov- J" X'iinaMVMmeiW cry of bow to treat them. "Skooltu-1 "contains neither minerals nor oils. It N 1Y Mmßßt T lsaotaDve,tut»<lellgh»'ul»vc<«.ling niKl refreshing Ion;,-, by stimulating S / iWffifflfiffl X "'" rolllclcs - rt stops fallina hair, cures dandruff and anion hairvnlald ■5 / IYUKmm \\\ '"''jF- Keep tho ocnlp clean, healthy, and free from irritating eraptlOTis. by a! / 11 the o*-o .*/••».* .-m sii» swf. It destroys partuMa Hutef, vhioh feed ot» a? I III! VfIBEBH i VI and dtKlrnu Ii ,• hnlr. ... . . > I ,/;; /;,'.^EBJ«r.!. I P If drintvl.-t cannot auprly yon send direct to ns, and w winlfonrara 5 : fflSri IJ ,| I prepaid, ■ n rec-iut of price. Grower, «1.00 per bottle |« loras.oa boap.ioc. Sr' InmW W ~\perjar!«for«iai; . _ </ i ™ ' 1" «'t THE SKOOKUH ROOT HAIR GROWER CO., P TRADE MARK 57 Sleuth Fifth Avenno, Now York. N. Y. " * *"^WW COCA n A\iP CAL SAY A IUMIJ Combined Willi Sulphate of Hydrastla. Nervousness. Dy«rcpsla, I.osa of Appetite, Debility and a low condition nf the s— t era Sill be promptly relieved and 'Mired by Da uso. Invaluable for over-worked buslpu a men and weak, nervoiiM women PieAS*nt, prom -land ettleicnt, 190 doses $1. (je ;he genuine; mau n'ac'ured ODD by Taylor & .yurs Pharmacy Co , St. Paul, Minn. bos Angeles agents, H. M. SALE &80N. 220 S Spiiugat. 4-1 ly SOUTH BUN CU.irOltN H KAIXWAY UOMPANV. (Banta Fe Route.) IN EF "KCT SUNDAY, SEPT. 18, 1803. Tralaa arrive and depart from La Grande sta tion. Leave. Los Angeles. I Arrive. • 5:16 p.m Chic goLimlted • 7:50 am • 7 00 a.m.. .Overland Express....'* 0:20 p.m • 8:15 a-m San Di-go Coast L'U.. 1 * 1: ft p.m • 4 <i • m San Diego Coait Lli.e i* <> 50 .m • 7:00 am f > I* 7:50 i.m • 9:00 a.in I ...San B rusrdino.. I * ilfilln.o I ....via Paiadeua... V i i illfi p.m • 4:00 p.m 1 «*2O p.ui • A:l5 p.m I J • 7:15 p.m *.7:00a.m (....Rlversldo vl».. .) I 1: 6 p.m • 0:00 am J...S«n Bernardino. .> * 0:20p.m i o:Qftan Rlveralde and...l *10:15 am |i 1:00 am ?..San Bernardino...) .... *4::iopm I via Ora.ga. ) • OtftOpm " 7:00 v.m fKed ands, Mentoucl " ":s'> .m • 9:uoa.m . ..and Hi ihland ..If l:.spm I via !• fl 20 .'.in • 4:00 pm Fasadeui I t 7:3opm • 3:IA am I j t 0:05 a.m (Redlands, Mentnne) *;0:.5a.m fll:00».m J.and Hlgn'and via \ *4;ilop.m Oiange& Kiver-ilde) «50 p.m • 0.00 a.m T . 1 if 7:35 a.m Azusa, Pasal<ma . i * 8:13 am •130 p i; and I !' !» 00 a.m • 4:00p m > ....Intermediate.. . \ \ l:-5 p.m t 5:30 p.m Stations I 4 Op.m I • »i:2<)o.m • 7:00 p.m I j * 7 35 p.m • 7:00 am Pasadena * 7:50 a m •A:lApm Paealena t 1 25 p.m » 6:oft s.m Santa Ana t 8:50 -..m • S:l5 a.m S nta * r.a t l:s()p.m Paula Ana ' 1:15 p.m • 4:lop.i:' Santa Ano • 0:50 p.m • 7:52 a.m Banta Monica ' 9:45 a m •10:13 a.m San a M nica * 3-50 p.m • 4:45 p m Smla Monica • «;3* p.m •10:00 a.m R-d ndo • 8:2!) a.m • 4:4 ft p.m Itedondo * 3: Opm t 9:o0 a.m San Ja into v Pa«adena I 1:25 p m ft 1:0O a.m Sau Jaem o vi-» 0 angc • »:UO s.m Temecula vU P'saie. a f 1:25 p m fll tOO a.m .Teinec i a via Orange. 110:1 ft a m t 8:15 a.ss Escoudido v Coaat 1. ne | l-.15p.m Trains via asadena line arrive at Down y aye ue station 7 minutes earlti-r and leave 7 minuteß later. •Daily. fDally except Sunday. t'-undaya only. E. W. MeG E, City Pa-s. & T Agt. 129 N. Spring at, Los Angelea And La Grande, station. 1)ACIIT10 COAST STEAMSHIP CO., Goodall, Perkina & Co., General Agents San Francisco. Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Ore., Victoria, B. 0., aud Puget Sound; Alaska, and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIMI TABLE FOR OCTOBER, 1893. leavk san fbancisco: For— 1 Port Harford Ii B. Corona, October 2,11. 20, bants. B rbara. I 29; November 7. K\ dondo .... — Port Los AngeleelS. 8. -anta Rosa, October 7, Newp rr, I 16, 25; November 3. tan Dleg-i I For— 9.8. Los Angalea, October 9. East San Pedro.. 18, '.7; November 5 San Pedro and 8. S. Eureka. October 5, 14, way ports. .. 23: November!. LEAVE I'ORT lOS AM.B, KS AND KRDONDO. For— 18. 8. Santa Rosa, October 9 I 18,27: November 5. San Diego |8. 8. Corona. October 4, 13, I 22,31; November 9. For— 9. 8. Santa Rosa October 2, 11, San Francisco.. 20 29: .aov< mber 7. Port Haiford... 3. S. i;orona. October 6, 15, 24; Santa Barbara. Hovomber2. LEAVK SAM PEDRO AND EAST BAN PBDRO. For— . S. »ur ka, oetob.r S, 17, Ban Francisco 26, November 4. and 8. 8. Los A ogees, October 3. wayporta... 12 21, 30; November 8. Cars to connect with atoamers via -an Pedro, leaveS. P. R. R. d pot (Arcade depot) nt 6p. m,, and Terminal R. R. d-pot at 5:15 p. m. Cat a 10 connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at 10 a. m., 01 Irom Redondo Railway depot at 9 a. m. Cara toco, neet with Port Los Angeles D aye 8. P R. R. d pot at 1:10 p. m. for stcam-rs north bound. Plaus of steamers' cabins at agent s office, where berths may be secured. The company reserves lie right to change th. s earners or their days of sailing pao-ag- or freigh t as above or for tickets to and from all importaul points in feu rope apply to W. PARRIB, Agent, Office, No. 124 W. Second street. Los Angeles. MT. LOWI rhlvat. IN EFF UT SEPTEMBER 8, 1893. L *ye Loa Kntt.'m lor Kubio Ct.fi.>u via Leave Rub.o Canon T-irmiual Ha .way. for Loa Anieles, 9.00 ...m. daily. 9 40 a.m. daily 10.30 a.m. Sun. i my. 11:10 a.m. sun. out v. 1 lis p.m. cal. & Suu. 8:08 pm. Sai. & sun. 4 00 ...m. dally 4:40 p m. dally. 6 30 p.m Sat. ouly. 6 .o pm. Sun. only. 9:40 p.m. at. out v. The luoline ears wil ruu b - ween Rubio Canon and Eeh > Mouuta n 15 minutes after lh. arrival of each train. By mi Kouo moun tain are 20 miles of th i fin si brid.e mad to be found .n am part of .v. world, , n which the grandest oeuery that can be found on the globe is at hand at every tv n. On the summit of Xi ho mountain saddle ani mals are always In waiting, with compeent Linde ■ to convey part es through Castia Canon, Grand Cs Hon a .d Ciyßtal Springs o -it. Luivo and highest teaks visible from Pasaacna. ROUND TRIP RATES. Loa Angeles to Rubio canon, SI; to Echo mountain, $-'.70. Pas 'deua to Rubio canon, 65 cents; to Eoho mountain. $2.35. Aliadena Juuution to Rubio canon, 40 cents; to itch ■ mountain $2 saddle anlmaU from Echo mountain <o Mt Dowe, 83. D. il BURK-, Los a ngelea ticket agant, Stlm on block, spring and Third m eets. .len> rai offl. es. Grand Opera House block, Pasadena, Cal. T. S 0. LOWE, Pre. Blent and General Manager. J. T. WHEEDUN, Traffllc Manager. 7-14 Rcdoncio Railway Winter Time Card No. 11. IN EFFECT B A.M. MONDAY, -kIT. 25, 1893 Los Angelea Depot, Corner Grand Avenue and Jefferson street Take Grand avenue cable or Main street and Agrlcu.lura. Para horee cars. Trains „oave Trains Leave Lus Auacles Redondo for Redondo for Lo Augulea I ATI.V D'lhY 9:16 7..m. 7:45 ..m. 1:35 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 6:10 p.m. 3:46 p.m. Running-ime between Loa An&e esand Re doudo Beauh, 60 minutes. Ctiy ticket offloe at A. B Greenwaid's Cigar Store, corner F.ra and Spring t eets. GEu. J. aINSWukTH, President, R H, THOIIP-ON, Vice-President, J. N. SUTTON, sup't. Redondo Beach. Southern Pacific Compiny. IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME OCTO JER 1, 1893. Tin ins ll aye and are due to arrive at LO* ANUBL.ES (AKUAUI DEPOT,) Fifth street, daily, as follows: Love for destination. 1 A: r. from 2:00 p.m San Fran. <St *atram'k) 7:30a.m 10:40p.in an Fran. & Saeram'te I:4s p.m 2;ou p m Oadeu ,* East, 2d class 7:30 a. ni 10:40 p.m Ogden & -Cast, 1 i < a- 1:48 p.m 10:40 p.m Portland, Or 7:30a.m 8 30 a.m.. ,K1 p and East... 4:00 p m 8 3d a.m.. D. i. In.; and East. 4:00 p m 8:30 a m Banning 4:00 p m . Redlands sD'l 1 s.m 8:30 am .Rellnds AlO:IOa.m 10.3 i Redlands 400p.m 4.30 p.m Rtdlandi B IS p.m Cotton *0:2 l a m 8 30a.m Colton. Aio:ioa.m 10:30 a m Co lon 4.00 p.m 4 30 p.m Colt oi 0:1 i p.m Riv rside '10:11 a m 8:3') a.m River ide AlO 10 am 10:30 a. d Riverside 4:00 p.m 4:3opm ... Rivraide.. 6:lspin — San Bern idtno s9:2i a m 8:3 i a.m Ban Bernardiuo . AlOtlOam l* ."■"•» > m Ban Bernardino . . 4:' op.m 4:30 p.m San Bernardino (1:15 p.m Cnino AB:' 0 a m 8:30a.m Chlno s9:2t a m 4:30 p.m Chlno Alo:lOa.m 46:4.. p 11 Chino 6:6pm ti:l6a.m Monrovia. 7:55 a m Monrovia A» :57 a.m ASOOp.m Monrovia 5:15 p.m Monrovia 4:45 p.m 7:30 a.m Santa Barbara 1:48 pm 2:bop.m Santa Barbara 9 10p m AP.'Saa.m .lantaAna A Auahlrn '■*."3 a m s:io p.m Santa Ana dc luaheim a 4:04 p.m 4:52,,.in Tustin... 8:43 a. m All:10a.m Wh.ttler 8 43 a.m 4.52 p.m Whittior Al:4*i p.m 9:-5 amL na B'eh & San Ped o 8:15 a.m 412 50 p.m San Pedro & I oug B'cb All 56 a m n Oop.m uing B'eh & San Pedro 4:15 pin 9:30 a.m S ntaM niea 8:08 a m ant" M mica .. . 8 50am 1:10 p.m SumaMoiica 12:28 p.m 5 15pm San a Monica 4:25 p.m 6:zo p.m t-nta Monica 1:10 p.m ....soldnrs Home.... 8:08 a m 6:25 p.m Boidiers' Home.... 4: 5 o.m 9:30 a.m....Port. Ljs Angeles... 12:28 p.m ):lo]>m.. .Foit os Angeles... 4:25 p.m A4:oop.m (..Chatsworth Park. 1 A9:ooa.m II Tf iun sUrt from I, • San Fernando at. [ , I (.dopot, «.ni . J CAT Southern Politic Comoauy'a trains connect at S»n Pedro witu tbe tine steamer Falcon. Leave. Arcade D pot. | Arr ye. 9:2.'. a.in Saturday ... ..Monday 1 4:15 p.m Take -lanta Monloa trains f iam S n Fornanat street. Naud's unction, Commercial etreet. A'cade dep t, Jefferson street (Wlnthrop sta tion). Grand avenue, or University For north: »roade. Commercial aUeet,Naad'a Junction, Ban Fernando street. For east: Arcade. Commerclrl atreet, Nand's Junction. For otner branches: Arcade. Commercial street, Naud's Junction, San Fermi.do street. Local and through tickets sold, baggage checked, Pullman sleeping oar reservations m de. and gen- ral Information given npon ap pllcatlou to J. M. CRAWLS r, As-t. <3 P«. Agt„ No 144 S. spring at,, oor. Second. OHAEL.tfa SEYLKR, Agent at alepota. I t-undaya only A Sundays excepted. lUCH D GRAY, Gea. Trrfflc Mgr. T. H. GOODMAN, Seu'l Paasenger Agt. Los Angeles Terminal Xi Los Angeleß depot*: Its'end o Flrststreet and D >wney aveuua bridges. Leave Los Angeles for Leave Pasad. na for } m <aden . Los Ange ea ♦ 0:35 a.m ♦ 7:15 a m • 7:10 a. m * 8:05 a.m * 8:00 a m * 9:0 • a.m H 9 a 0 a.m *10:35 a.m • 0 30 a m • 12: '5 p.n •12:3 d p.m b 1:06 n m * 1 :25 p.m a 1:30 p.m • 2:80 p.m * 3:00 p m * 4:00 p.fn. „„ * 4 Oi p.m * 6:20 p m * 6:25 pm • 0:20 pm * 7:05 pm .11:15 p.m f 8:05 p.'" ......... el 0:20 p.m I *ll:55 p.iu Dow icy avenue leaving time 7 minuet later. Leave Loa An<e et foi Leave Altadena June altidena Junction. tion fo I os Angeles * 9:00 a. m *10 10 a. m 110 30 a m 11l 40 a.m 0 1:25 p.m c 2:30 p.m * 4:0 > p.m 5:O0 p.m 1 5:20 i> m 1 B 45 p.m b 0:30 p.m blO 00 p.m All trains start from First Btreet depot. Leave Los Aug le. for Leave Gle. dale for Los G eudale. Anaelea ♦ 6:40 a.m ♦ 7:26 a m f 8:20 ■ .m t 9:12 a.m Jl2 35 p.m t 1:S0 p.m • 5:25 p.m j " 6:13 p.m Leave Loa Angeles for Leave Eat. Ban Pedro Long Reich aud East for Ban Pedro. Los Angeles. * 9:45 a.m * 7:15 a.m 1 1:10 p.m IU :15 a m t 5:16 p.m 1 3:40 p.m j 0:00 p.m 1 4:io i..m Between East Han Pedro and Long Beach 10 minutes. RUB 0 CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN. Tialus leave Los Aneeles 9am and 4 p.m. . Bun lays 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:25 p m., 4 p m. 5;-0 p. in. Saturdays, 9 a.m , 1:25 and 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.; returning, cave Rubio Pavilion 9:40 p.m., ar-ive Los tnitelea 10:45 pm. Fina P vllion and Hotel, good music and grand eutertainm nt. 'Dally, t ' ily excep Sundays, fSundays only, a Except Ss. onlays, b Saturdays ouly. cSaurday and Pnnd ys only c Wpdnead ya and Sat urdays only, f Except Wednesday and aaturdavs. The 10:30 a m. and 5:20 p.m. trains on the fas dena Hivislon run through to Altaaena Sundays, connecting there with Mt, Lowe RaLway. Ala es meet Ih Sam and 12:20 o.ra. tralna at Pasadena for Mt. Wilson o i new trail. Pas ci g-ra leaving Lob a nveles on the 8 a.m. tralu for WI »on's peak can return cams day. On iheat r nights the 11:15 p.m train for Pasadena will wait until 20 minute* alter theater closes. Special r tes to excursion and picnic panics. Depots ast eiid First street and Downey avenue bridges. General ofß es, Flr*t-«treet Depot. T. B. BURNETT, General Manager. Jy2tf W. WINOUP, Gen, Paeseoger Ag't. Notice to Creditors. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF Loa Ai geies, slate of California. In the matter of the estate of Horace F. Barker, d-cea-ed. No Ice la hereby given by the undersigned executr x of ih i last will and testament of U >r cc F Barker, de eased, to the creditors of, aud all per<ous having claims again t the sa d deca-ed to exhibit the a>me with the necessary Vouchers, with n four mon ha aft* r the first public lion of this uotlce, to the aaid oxecutiix at room 30. Bryson but d lng. Los Angelea, the same be n the place of business -of said execu.rix and he plac for th-* tra saction of the business of aaid eatate, in th- coun'i of Loa Anurias. Da'e of first public tion, October 6, A. D. 1893, MARY E. BARKER, Ex cntrix of tbe last will ana testament of Ho ace F Harser, deceaa d. Lubekck A. MiLLia. Attorney for estate, 10-6Stfrldaya WESVEh EAFIW, GEO. W. FBISK, Geo Kaston, * President. * Yiee President, Secretary. ANGIiO-C ALIFORM AN BAN>r fer|§g^ I AT AUCTION, HAT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.X SATURDAY, 0GT.21.1893, AHBELEHO HEIGHTS, LARGE HOME LOTS -IRQ 1 0\J Selected from this Magnificent Tract. Every subdivision commands a fine view ot the city. Elegant drainage. Good water supply; and in the vicinity are some of the most elegant homes in Los Angeles. Temple Street Cable Cars direct to the property. The proposed extension of the Electric Road •• to be built along Bellevue avenue in the immediate future, connecting at Main street, directly through the property. Come One! Come All!! Ladies Especially Invited. Terms of sale: One-fourth cash; balance in one and two years; interest at 8 per cent. Title perfect; certificate of title with each purchase. Easton, Eldridge & Co., Auctioneers, J. L. BALLARD, Manager. 121 South Broadway. Ordinance No. 1862. fXEW SERIES.) AN ORDINANCE DECLARING THE IXTES' tion ol tho mayor and council o( the city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of FIFTH STREET From Lucas avenue to Witmer street. The mayor and council of the city of Los An geles do ordain as follows: section L That It is the intention of the council of the city of Los Angeles to estab lish the grade of FIFTH wrREET From Lucasavonue to Witmer street as follows: At the Intersection of Lucas avenue the grade shall he 07.00 on the northwest corner and 106.00 on the southwest corner; at the inter section of Fourth street 105.00 on the north east comer and I'M.SO on the northwest cor ner; at points in the south side of Fifth street opposite to the northeast corner of Fourth street 104.00 and opposite to the no-thwest corner of Fourth street 103.80; at the intersec tion of Witmer street 78.900H the northeast corner and 78.36 on the southeast corner. And at all points between said designated points'the grade shall tie established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between said designated points. Elevations are in feet and above city datum plane Sec. 2. Thecityclerk shallcertify to the pass age of this ordinance and shall cause the same to be published for tendaysiuthe Los Angeles Herald, and thereupon and thereafter it shall take effect and be In force. I hereDy certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council of the city of Los Angeles at ita meeting oi October id, 1893. C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk. Approved thiß sth day of October, 1893. T. E. ROWAN, 10-7 lOt Mayor Ordinance No. 1860. I EW aFKIVa., VN ORDINANC 5 DECLARING THE INTEN tIon of the mayor and council of the city of Los Angeles to establish the grade of FOURTH STREET, From Lncas avenue to Filth street. The Mayor and council of the city ot Los An geles do ordain as follows: SB'tl x 1. Tim it la the Intention of the council of the city oi Los Angeles to establish ilc grade of FOURTH STREET, From Lucas avenue to Fifth street, as follows: At the Intersection of Lucas avenue the grade shall be 15 '.' 0 ou the southwest corner and 159.80 on the northwest corner; at a point In the southerly aud northerly side of Fourth street 139 feet west from the west line of Lucas avenue 147.00; at a point In the westerly side of Fourth street 400 teet north from the north west corner of Fifth street 1 .00; and at a point iv the easterly aide opposite to said point 1 1.00; at the intersection of Fifth street 105.00 on tbe northeast corner and 104.80 on the northwest corner. And at all points between said designated points the grade shall be established so as to conform to a straight line drawn between said designated points. Elevations are iv feet and above city datum plane. -j. Sec. 2. Thecityclerk shall ccrfjfy to the pass age of thlsordlnanceandshall cause the same to be published for ten days In tho Los Angeles Heralp, and thereupon and thereafter it shall take effect and bo in force. I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council of the city of Los Angeles, at its meeting of Oct. 3d, 1893. b C. A.LUCKENBACH. City clerk. Appprovcd this sth day of October, 1893. 111 T. E. ROWAN, 10-7 lOt Mayor. Notice Inviting Proposals for Fur nUihing Cement. OEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED O by the undersigned up to 11 o'clock a. in., of Monday, October 23. 1893, to furnish the City of Los Angeles with 1200 barrels, more or less, oi cement to be delivered at the town of Ingiewood, Los Angelea county, California. Saul cement to bo in accordance with the snecillcatlona for cement to be used in the con si ruction of the outfall sewer, adopted by council July M, 1892. A certified check to the order of the under signed amounting to 5 per cent of the gross bid shall accompany each proposal asaguar antee that the bidder will enter into a con tract If awarded to him in conformity with his bid. Council reserves the right to reject any and "'rly'order of the council of the City of Los Anselcs at its meeting of October 9, 1891. C. A. LUCKENBACB, XO-13 12t City Clerk. Notice Inviting Proposals for the Construction of a orick Conduit. SIAL'D PROPOSAL? WILL BE RECEIVED »v the undersigned up to 11 o'ciocka.m of Monday, Ootober Id, 1893, for the construc tion of a brick conduit through the n.l on Boyle avenue across the Hollenbeck arroyo, In th» oily of Loa Angelea, California. Work to be dons according to specifications on tile in the office of ths onder«igntd aud plauson i t in the office of the city ena-ineer. A certified cotok to the order of th • under signed fors per oent of the grosi amount of the bid must accomnany each proio«al, as a guar antee that lb ■ h.dder will eater Into aeon tract il aw rded to him, . Council reserve* ths right to reject any and of th* council of the city of Los An g.l*. at it. meeting °< ft °«oW 10-11 St City Clerk, Summons. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY of Los Augeles, rtiate of California. Sarah C Wnigham. plaintiff, vs. F. H. Bar clay, H. J. Hunt, J W. Heudnek. J. 8. Chap man, Ida Hancock, aa administratrix of tne estate of John Hancock, deceived; f ran is E. McD nuell, A. A. McDonnell, Robert N 0 Wil son a. B Shields, Julia Mcarlain, John Doe, Richard Roc, Mary Doc, defendants. Action brought in the superior court of Los Angelei c unty. siate of caiifoania, aud the complaint filed In said county of Los Angeles, In the office of the clerk of said supe lor court. The people of tbe state of California send greeting to F. H Barclay, H. J. Hunt, J. W. Hendrick. J. a ch-pm-n. da Hanco k, aa ad ministratrix of the estate of John Hancock, do ceaed: Krancis K. McDonnell. A. A. Mellon nap, Robert N. 0. Wil.nn. H. s. shields Julia McKrlau. John ooe, Rlohaid Roe, Mary Doe, defendants Yuu are hereby required to appear In an ac tion brought, asainsi you by the above named Etaintiff in the superior conr of the county of os Angeles, state of California, and to answer the como aint filed therein, within ten daya (exclusive of th - day of service, after the ser vl eou you of this summons—if served within this county: or if served elsewhere, witnln thirty d ys, or judgment will ba taken against you according to the prayer of said comp alnt. 1 he sale action la brought to obtain a decree of ibis court vacatii gand set log aside tbe de cree of foreclosure and oid -r of s le, made in a foimer ac ion iv said superior court, being action o. 14,324 on tner gister of action o Bid court, wherein arah c. Whlgham waa plaintiff, aud F H. Bar .ay and ot era wore defendants, which aad action was instituted for the purpose of foreclosing the mortgage her-iuaf err ferred to; and also vacating and settu a aa de the sale made on ih- 17th day of Nov in ber, 18 1. In pursuance of tno said de cree ot foreo o-ure: -nd also vacat ng the sh, rlfPs certificate oftae Issu. d in pur.uauce of said sa.e, whb h st, d certifica c of sac is recorded In book 8, suerifTs certificates of sal , page 211; and also vacatinganu setting aside thesberifT- deed, rand" by the sherinofsabl county to said piainttff in pursuance of said ceitiocateou November 18th, 1891, recorded In book 802 of deeds, page 2, iv the < ffice of the county reco der of sal i c'ouuty of Los An gles Also lo recover judgment against the said defendant, F. H. Barclay, for tne sum of (15731.81. with lnteres at the rale of 12 per cent per annum from November 6, 1889 compounding quarterly; also to obtain a decree ot this court for the foreclosure of a mortgage described In aairi complaint and exe cuted by tho said defendant. ►. H. Barclay, on the sth day of May. A D. 1888, to secure the paym ut of a cert .in prom ssory note, made by aa d defendant F H. Barclay, on said sth day o May, A. tl 1888, to aaid plaintiff, for $5500. gold coin, upon which said oromlssory note and mortgage there has neeu paid the sum of $707, .nd uo more, and upon which promis sory note and mo tgage there is due and unpaid a balanoe of $5731.01, with interest thereou at the tate ol 12 per cent per snaura, from No v-mhers. 1889, compounding quarterly: also to tecover judgment for tb» sum of $41 20 laid out acd ex ..ended by p alntlff for taxes upon the mortgaged premises, aud for interest there on at 12 per cent per annum, compound ng quarterly from D-cember 20, 1890 and also for the sum of $BUO as reason able counsel fee of plaintilf herein, aa trovld d in said mortgage; that ihe prem ises described in said mortrage may be aold and tbe proceeds applied to the payment of ihe amount the court shall ascertaiu to be due on said note and mortgage, or other, aud for such taxes, and for counsel fees, aud for co-ts of su t; and in case such proceeds are not suffi cient to pay the same, then to obtain j udgmen for tbe deficient , and an execution against said defendant, F. H Barclay, and also that each and all of the defendants, ana all persons claiming by, through or under them, or eithor of them, may be barred and fo-ever fnreelo ed of all right, title, c aim, Hen, equity of redemp tion and Interest In and to said mor gaged premises, and for the appointment of a receiver for aaid premises, and for other and further relief. Reference fa had to said complaint for particulars. And you are hereby notified that if you fail tn appear and answer tbe said complaint as above required, the a-id pialntlfl will apnly to the court for the relief demanded iv saiu com plal. t. Given under my hand and the seal of the superior court of tbe county ot Los Angeles, state of Ca.lfornla, this 19.h day of Ao. il, lv the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun dred aud ninety-three. [-KAL] T. H.WARD, Clerk. By *. W. Seavbk, Deputy Clerk. Z. B. West and Wei.born & Huttou, atty's for plalutlff. 8-29 63t Notice—Timber Culture. US. LAND OFFICE, LO3 ANGELES, CAL., • August 28tb, 1893. Complaint Having beea entered at this office by William Jsap-ia against George Gaukrodger, bia neirs or tsgal repreaentativea, tor failure to comply witb law aa to tlmbjr-cultureentry No. 2702 dated June Gib, 1889, upon the St.sec tion 31, township 8 north, range 11 west, 8. B. M., in Loa Ange.es ooumy, Call oruia, with a ▼tew to tha cancellation of said out y; con test iv alleging that aaid ueorge Gaukrodger died ou or aboot January 3d, 1892, unmarried, leaving ail bia real property to his two sinters, who are aliens and natives of New Z -aland; that said George Gaukrodger failed to plant or cause to be p.anted 5 acres of said tract In trees, seeds or cuttings at any time between June 6th. 1889, and January 3d, 1892: that since his decease and up lo the present time his heirs or legal representatives have not planted or cau-srt to he planted 5 acres ot said tract to timber, seeds or cuttings (copy of com plaint nereto attached), the said parties are hereby summoned t_- appear it this office oa th i 22d day of November, 1893, at 10 ..'clock a. m., to r sound and furnish testimony con cerning aaid alleged failure. W. H, SEAM ANS, B-1«.30t Beglater, Ordinance Ho. 1861. (NEW SERIES. AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AN OKM* nance entitled "An ordinance to previa* for the licensing of business carried on tn th* , city oi Los Angeles," approved Fekroaif VStaV 1890. The mayor and council of the city et Loa An» geles do ordain as follows: Section' 1. That section 4 of an oraUnaac*en titled "An ordinanco to provide for the Heena ing of business carried on in tba city of Loa Angeles," approved February 18th. 1890, .n ao far as the same provides tor tha licensing of I circuses, is hereby amended to read as follows: For every circus or menagerie wMh a leatlng capacity of 2000 persona or less, and whlsA does not charge more than 50 cents admission, ,$lOO per day. For every circus or menagerie with a seating capacity of more than 2000 par sons, $500 per day. For every sideshow to a . ci roue or menagerie where a separate admls- I sion fee Is charged, $25 per day. Sec. 2. The city clerk shall certify to the pas sage of this ordinance and shall o.us* it t* be> published once in the Los Angels* DAILY Has* .•l b, and thereupon anil thereafter tt shall taka effect and be in force I hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance was adopted by the council of ths olty of Loa Angeles, at its meeting of October 9, 1898. C. A. LUCKENBACH, City Clerk. Approved this 11th day of October, IMS. 10-12 It T. E. ROWAN, Mayor. Notice of Application for City Deed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT APPLr» cation will be made to tha council of th* city of Los Angeles, at a session of said council to be held Monday, October 23d, ISO*. . for a quit-claim deed from aaid elty It II t. Wicks for all those certain lots, tract or psvrcsl of land situate in tbe city of Lot Angelea, county of Los Angeles, state of California* bounded and particularly doscribed as follow*, to wit: Ixits one (1) to one hundred and flftf* six (lot! . both inclusive, of the Goodwin tract, as per map recorded in book eleven (11), page 4U, miscellaneous records of Los Angeles roua tv, California. 'Reference la made to abstract of title, ma* and petition now ou file in my office, and an parties interested are hereby notified to fie their objections, if any they have, at my office, at least one day before aaid 23d day of Octo ber, 1593. C. A. LUCKENBAOB, 10 12 5t City Clssrk. LOST MANHOOD Easily, Quickly and Permanently Reatersd. 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