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Rnltw of th* Oay's BaitMH onlhe New York Stuck Kaoliang-. N«w Yobk, Juna s.—Sugar monopolised ths speculative attention today, with the stock ex alted and fluctuating. The stock closed at an advance ol *■■ k ou the day, Grangers received tho most attention lor the railway list. The bond market was steady aad clofed firmer. Government bonds were steady; slate bends, Inactive. aTONBY QUOTATIONS. Maw York, June s.—Money on oall was easy at 1 per sent: last loan at 1 per oent; olosed at 1 per cent. Prime mercantile paror IP ..-a I per oent Sterling exchange—Dull, steady, with actual business In bankers' bills at $4. toe de mand, and 9/I.HS)', for ISO days. Posted relet- $4.88.(at.80. Commercial bills—s4.Bß,4. Sliver oertlncates-UacaiSD. Sam Fbancisco, Juao 5 —Bight drafts on New York, per $100, 10c. Sterling bills on London, bankers' 60 day bll.s, 84.881,. London, Jane s.—Consols, 107 7-18. Bank of kugland dlsuount rate, 2 per cent. BA STBSN STOCKS AMD BONDS. Maw Yoaa, June 6.-01oeing quotatlona were: U. a ss, rag 117'4|Naihvllle Chatt.. 70 do coupon ll7HiNat'l Cordage.... 24!^ U.B.4s,reg, 112*! do ptd --43 docoupon lI4W N. J.Gent 10d54 TJ. ». 4Ua, rev *6 j Norf. St West pM. 20}, Faollicba, '85 100U N. American Co.. 4 Alchiaeu 7% Northern Pacific. 4 Adams Bx 151 do pfd 14*4 Alton, Torre Hte. 30 U.l'., Dunvr±Bulf do pfd 130 North western ....109 American Bx 112 do pfd 143 Balto A Ohio 72)4 N. Y. '.'antral 37} M Canada Fad d 0... 85« N.Y.&N.Bujlaud 3, Canada Southern. 4914 Ontario ds West'n. 10% Central Paolflo... 18 Z Orogou Impl 12>4 Ches.&oHlo 27(4 Nay 16 Chicago ili Alton 13» Short Line St U. Burlington 77K Northern o\i Chicago Gas 74>4 Pacific Mall 14S Con. Gas 184 i Peoria, D.4 Evans C. C.C. Stil. Louis 88)4/ Pittsburg l.'O Col. Coal Ji Iron.. 10 Pullman Palace. 183 Cotton Oil 27 Reading IffH Del. <s Hudson...lßo« Richmond Ter... 10}„ Dub, Lackawanna do pfd 16J4 at Western ... 180)4 K.GrandeWeatern 14*4 D. <tt R. U. pfd.... 30 do pfd 42 Dlsiillert 24' t Hock Island 67 , last Tana 6 Bt. Paul. 59J4 ■tie 1314 do pfd 110 do efd 27 St Paul St Omaha 30 Ft. Wayne 162 do pfd... 113 U*. Northern,pfd. 100 Southern Pacific. 19U Ohloago St Kaetru Sugar. 108H Illinois pfd 92 lenn.Coal St Iron. 18 Hoc king Val.ey.. 17W Texas Pa0iQ0..... 8K Illinois central.. Toledo St 0.0. pfd 70 St. Paul St Duluth 12K Colon Pactflc... 16 Kan. 4 Texas pfd 2814 11. H. Bx. 50 Lake Brie St West 141, Wabash. St. Louis do pfd 6ft*i APaclile 7% Lake Shore 181 do pfd 5 Lead Tru5t........ 30 Weiui-Fargn Kx... 11 Loulavllledt N... 44J4 Western Union.. .122 L. St New Albsdy. (i Wheeling St L.E. 84 Manhattan Con. .110 do pfd 10% Memphis AC. ... 5 Minn. St St. l-ouis 10 Michigan Central 06% Uenver St R. G....«10i^ Missouri Pacific. 27*j, Gen. Kleotrlc t) * M.» tie St 0hi0... 18 Linseed Boston, June 5.-Following were closing quotations: Atchison 7%|Mex. Cent 3'\, Bell Telephone... 102', Sau Diego ti Burlington 77.. minins sharks. Sab Fbancisco, June s.—The official clos ing quotations for mining stocks touay were as follows: Alts, 15, Hale St Norcross.. .75 Belcher.... 1.00 Mexican 1.15 Best St Be.cuer... 1.00 Mono 20 Bodle Oon 1.05 Opblr 2.75 Bulwer 10 Potoai 72 Choilar. 43 Savage 70 Con. Cal. St Va . 4.31) Harm Nevada 8U Crown Point 81 Union Con 63 Bnreka Oon 35 Yellow Jacket.... .50 Gould ACu.ry.... 105 LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS. Los A nobles. June s.—The following quo tations oa looal secarltles are furnished by tbe Pirtle Real Is.ate and Trust company, No. 229 West Seoond street: LOS A NOBl.lt' STOCKS* Farmers and Merchants bank *$2850 First National bank 123 State Loan and Ttust company 95 Columbia Savings bank Par National Hank of California — „ 95 Ca lforntabank —.. Par Titie Insurance and Trust company 41 Main Street Savings bank 44 Los Angelea Nalloual bauk 100 BONDS. Los Angeles county 4',» 101 Los Angeles city Ss. 102 Los Angeles ottj 6« .... 108 Hau Diego Flume (it 85 Aznaa Irrigation Ca'a 7s 101 •Bid. Money—Commercial paper, 7010 per oent; mortgages, 7@lo per cent. San Francisco Produce Market. San Fbancisco, June s.—Reeelpta of vege tables were llgbt. They Included 485 boxes a-paragn>, 73 aacka peas, 2b boxea ouuumbers, l."«) -acks beans 574 boxes rhubarb. 123 sack* potatoes) Choice asparagus waa higher. Thu receipts of freah fruit were smaller, in cluding 26;>4 boxes cherries. 29V4 cheats cur rant*, 55 cheats gooseberries and 103)4 cheats strawberries. Prices were governed by quality. Tbe butter aud egg market Is weak and dull. Cheese la ateady. The poultry marxet la ateady and heavy, with larca supplies. Silver Bullion. Ban Fbancisco, June 3.—Silver bars, 62%® 62J4 per oz. Mexloan dollars, f>lt.t. r > 1 1 .,. London, June 6.—Bar silver, .925 fine. 28H'f per oz. New York, June s.—Bar silver, 65*4 Per ounce. San Francisco Grain Market. San Francisco, June B.—Flour—Wo qnoe ai follows: Net cash prices for f nuiy extras, 1*3.40(03.50 per bbl; baker's extras, $2.50(3 8.7 a per bbl. Wheat—A little b< ter tone is reported at dis tant centers, with allgut tendency to Improve meat. Loral.y, however, the st nation shows no change for the better. HbiDpers are willing to pay 82% c percental for stook that will ol* a as No. i tiua.liy, while choice parcels cou'd likely And buyers at Milling wheat is rather slow at per cental, thougu iaaoy lots would probaoly bring $1.02J-,, but that Is the top of the market. Barley—the recent rains have had depress ing Indus nee on th situation, and holders are not so Arm in their views as they were a week ago. Business is of edm proportions, as deal ers are not inclined to stock up ahead nop prospects have brtgbiei.ed considerably within a few days, aud a much larg- r yield than was calculated on seems to be aaauted. *Ye quoti: Feed, 85 «S7>*o for fair to good and 87Js'i* ißc per cental for ohoice; Brewing, 95c(fl$i.u5 per cental. Oats—There is a weak tone to the market and •fliers are at a dlaadvantage. Stocks are large, though not particularly burdensome. Still, dealers would be better pb ased if some c r cumatance would occur by w'tflch a Hit c a im ulatlon would be imparled to fade In ihv oat lline. Wequoteas folows: Mil.lng $1.20(9 1.30: Surprise. $1.35(i«1.40: fancy teed, 51.27U @1 10; good to choice, $1. i5(i}1.25; p .or to lair, #l.o.Vi*l 10; black, uoimual; red, nom inal; gray, $email@example.com. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, June 5. —The frost sour sent prices np today. W beat closed !ac higher after an ad ■ vance of lc. Corn closed %n higher. Oats closed lXa higuer. Provlsloua advanced all around. Compared with laat uleht July pork la 17',c hlgner; July lard, 5o higher; July riba, higher. , The leading future.-, ranged as follow": Wheat, No. 2— June MV* July 50 (956H September 07% Corn, No. 2— June 38*< July 3a „ Bept dnber 40*, Oats, No. 2- June. 3»K July Beptember 28 Cash quotations were as follows: Flour-winter patent, $2.80(102.90; Btraishte, fp2.4u5f2.50; spring patent, $3.10(93.15; airaighta, $2>20@2 60: bakers', $1.70(02.00. The market waa weak. Wheat-No. 8 aprlng, s*»gj No. 3 spring, 53® 86},; No. 2 red. SO*,. Corn—No. 2, 3S»£; No. 3 yellow. 89«. Oata-No. 2, 38* iHa 2 white, 39®3irW: No. 8 white. 38*38>,7 Kye- r»o. 2, 4.8, Barley—No. 8, nominal; No. 8,49®49W; Mo. 4, 48. Flax seed— $4.84. Timothy ar-ed, $4.90. Mesa pork-Per bbl., $firstname.lastname@example.orgW. Lard-Per 100 Iba. $6.67,*. Bhort riba—.side,., loo«e, $0.15'a6.17!<. Bhouidera-Ory salt, d, boxed SoMiy__iM\~ Bbor'dear-Boxes, $6.5046.75. Whisky—Distillers' finished goods, $1.18 per gallon. On the produce market today the butter mar ket waa steady. Ore.mery, 14(d)16<4; dairy, 10 •uk, Kggs—Fresh, 10'«10>4. other grain markets. Livbbpo.il. Jnne 6.—Wheat—Quiet; demand poor; holders offer moderately. No. 1 Califor nia, 4a sMa4s7d; red western winter, 4i ld(4) 4a2;,.1. , _ Corn—Quiett demand poor; now mixed spot, 3s 64£ d. Ban Fbancisoo. June 4.—Wheat, strong; De cember, $1.03*4: May, $I.lo^. Barley—Kirm; December, 92c. Corn—»l.3s. Bran-$16.00 per lon. Petroleum. New York. June s.—Petroleum was steady; Pennsylvania oil tales, pone; July options sales noue; closed 87H bid; Lima oil sales, noue. • California Fruit Sales. Chicaoo, June 6.-Tho Karl Fruit company sold at. open auction this morning a car load ol California fruit, realizing tha following prfoea: Cherrlea-B'ack Tartarian*, $1.30(4140; Koyal Anne, $1.10(91.40: Black Republicans, $140; Bigereau, $1.btK91.40; Centeunlala, $1 5. Apricot"— Half crates, Royal, $2 55; Seed linga, $-..S3; Pringle, $1.40x91-70; Cherry plnms hall urates, $2.53. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS. Oram and Mill Staffs. Bablf.v—Per cental, $1.20. Cobn—Per cental, BL. 15. Wheat —Per cental, all. IS. Fliiub—Local extra family, pet bbl„ 94.00; northern and eaatern, $4.15. Mill Fxed—Bran, ncr ton, 321; shorts, $23; mixed feed (corn and barley), per awt., $1.10; creclted corn, $1.20; feed meal, $1.10; rolled barley, $1.30, Dairy Products. Buttkb—Fancy California creamery, per roll, *1 '4 !•• 1 -10. ».| j. ; fancy dairy, per roll 1 . Iba., 36 «s37>i,; choice, • Cmbbik—Call oraia.half cream, per lb., 10'tS 11c; do fub "ii ' . 14c; Young America, 15c; amall (3 lb hand), 16u; western, full cream, 13 (ittea; domeatlo awUi, old, 18(tf20o; new, Ism) 18c: Imported wist, 28tjt3Uct Llmbnrger, do meatlo, 14(g15c; imported, 18ti$20c. Provisions. Hams—Rex, looal smoked, per lb., 12o; Corncob, 13'4c; Boneleas. 12c; Picnic, HUv. Bacon—Kex, boneless hreakf «at, per lb., 10c; Defiance, 10c; otber grades, 9 a,9Uo Dhibd Bbbf — Beta, per ib,, 14Uc; inside, 19340. Dby Salt Pobk—Bellies, clear, per lb., BJ4c; shorl clears, 7>4c Pia Pork—Half barrels. $8.50 Labd—Tlercea, ivory compound, per lb,, 7c; Bex, pme leaf, 8a Vresh Heate. Wholesale butchers' prices for whole car cassca: Beef—First quality, 5<9514e: da, light, 4Mei third, 4«r>4& Vsal—Range, heavy, 4^4i»V,sc; da, light, 3@ Sl-te; dal'y, o>4(i}7c. MoTTON-4Ua;sli4d; spring lamb, 7'S7!_o. Poiik-8@8«o. t'uultry and KgsiS. Poultry—Per dot., hens, $5.0095 75; old roosters, $4.60 45.00; young roosters, $4.50(* 5.50; broilers, $3 50(44, 39; tnmeys, per .b., 11 @13o; ducks, per doz., $6.50(3)7.50; .eeae, per head, 1 0.1 Km..—California ranch, 12(513c per doz. Dried fruit. Aitlks -Sun-dried, aacka, per lb., 7@Bc; box es, pir ib., lOfailc; evaporated, fancy, 120 ArKicoTs—Fancy, per lb.. ,v; peeled, 14(516c. Pbachbs—Fancy, unpeeled, 7,49 c; peeled 11' ©16c. Pbunes—Choice, boxea, per lb., 7(sVJc; aacks, s(js7c; fancy, t)($10e. Freah Fruits. APPLKa-Per box, $email@example.com. Bananas—Per buncb, $2 00X3)2.25. Lemons—Cured, per box, $1.75(3)2.00; un cured, $1.00<a1.25. Obanobs-Navel-i, per box, seed lings, $1.00@)1.25. V»getabl«a—Bflacellaneona. Caui.ifloweb—Per doz, UOc. Celery—Per doz buuene-, UOc. chilis—Dry, pr ib, 20c: green, sc. Garlic—Per lb., 3(4>4u. Lettuce—Per dox , iso. Onions—Green—Per d iz. bunches, 20,:,. Radibhbs—Per duz. buactiea, 200. PABaNiPa-Per 100 lba.sl.tJO. Potatos—Per 100 Iba, 98c(d)$1.10. TuHNipi—Per 100 lbs, 75c. Keana, Potateee, Onions, Bte. BBANS-PerlOOlba, b aok <yed, pink, $2 26; Lima, navy, $2.25 9 2.50; amall wb te, $2.65ijA2.75. Beets—Per lOOlbi, 90c. C'ABBAaa—Per 10U ba, 504760. Carrots— Per 100 Iba, 50c Onions—Per 100 iba, $4 00. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. W A Brophy, to T G Brlstor- lou 8, 14, 15, Piunev ho v. lot Sierra Madra; $10 J F Smith, et ux, to L G Wilsou—Lots 3U and , Ft dd St BoOlhe addition to Monrovia; $1,000. Franz CRlchtor to A PGrifnth—Lot 2,Bohan nans's suodavialon of 23.71 a »VJ4 Nlt Sco 11, Tl3, R 10 W; $800, U IS Kitridgd lo P U Dyer, certain land on VV alnut aireet, Loa Angelea; $1,000. C 1,, age, et ux, lo A Moench—l2.33a on Hill avenn., and Washington atreet, Loa Angeles $I,'. 00 8L uye to HA Cogawell—Lot 19, Wrights subdivision of part of lots 7 and 8, block I, San iasqual trt Paaadena; $1,000. United States to Wm Baily—ol* HK 1 .,, si, s W,' t , Sec 12, T4, N BI4W ;domeatead. M N Avery, el ux. to J tt Spring—Lot 6 snd part of lot 7, blk 72 San Pedro; $1,7000. Anna How to O Young—Lots 221 and 222. Wicka subdivision, Cooper, South A Porter, $100. F A Gibson, trustee, to A Sassagns—Lot 85, Clark and B trt; $400. J R Veaoh, et ux, J B and W G Taloot—loa Grogau trt Rancho Ban Pasuua!; $4,750. I W Pbelpa, et ux, to ■ Hammond—Lot 7. bin 14, Fairmount trt; $ ,000. W Mead to M Van Dyke—Lot 61, Bauofaet trt; 1,000. J Curtis, et el, toD «v Cunningham—Blk 6 and part of blo.k 7. The Palms; $7,100. C 8 Cunningham, et con. to J urtla—Lois 14 and 15, WeitEna terrace: $3'ooo. T W Beatty et al to L Sage—Lot 10, blk 9 Bleotrio By Homestead trt; $1. T S C Lowe to California Con Co—Pasadena and t W.lson al; $L California Con Co to Paaadena and Mt Wil son Ky Co—Railway, mountain elevator and pavilion iv Rublo cation, eio. I st' Low- ' Pa-*d*n.< aud Mt Wilson By Co—Part lo a 8 9, 10, bit 3, lltadena, D Galbraitn and G X Th mas to T 8 0 Lone - LoM 6, 7. 8 and N . % of 8 j.y t Sac 3, T 1 8, X 12 W: $5500 Pasadena lm 'Co lo D Galbralth and G R Thomaa—lot 14. blk 10; lot 22. Altadena, and ,ou 6, 7, 8. NiiAiof BK'i Bee 3, T 1 N, R 12 W; trauater of stork, eto J M Moilm .ii et ux to W F Bray—Part lota 22 and 28, blk 4. BentUy St Oosuba K% lot 7, blk 88. H 8- $500. F J Woodbury, truUee, to B X Norrlt—Lot 45, All H. $5. C A Jenka et oon to A J W Kea'ing—Lot 30. Scott ado, Santa Monica: $ 1000. Red. ndo Beach Co In w J Dry—Lots 23 and 24, Kednudo Beach; «825. A ttlc -Buta Cruz, artmx to J 8 Corbln—Cer tain land near Wolfskin trt; <3I"0. F 0 Cass et ax lo C G Brobst- Lot 21, Blan chard osubd of blk 5. Woolen Mill trt; $10. J V Turner to F A Merrill—Lot 14, b k 16, L A op Co snbd of lot 37, blk 39, H S; $5. T Barrows et ux to A P Coualt—Lot 13, blk 23, Cla-emunt; $100. H M Jenett to E J Estep—Land iv -an Ga brle. Ortntt- Grove ass'n, Paaadena; !f5500. F A .it.son. trustee, et al to W R Wright— Lot 81, Gridor St Di.w's Adams st trt: $300. Same to 8 M Blow—Lot 199, a lder St Dow'a aubd Briswalter trt; $120 Same to J H Quln—Lots 233 and 234, aame treat as above: $150. C Heath el ux lo J B Heath—s acres In Ro La Puentiil alao part lots 7 and 8, blk 57, Pomona; 42000. C B Miller to J B Ihrig et ux—Lot 32, Clark 4 Brvau trt; $800. Un.verslty Bank of Loa Angelas to D C Rob erts—) "t 8 blk 2, Rosemout trt; $88. X W Pat rldgeto W R Jonea—Lot 12, Gleaion subd part lot 5, blk 73, H S; $2. J P Hanes et al to I Wella—Lot 1, blk 52, Aau sa; $85. X A Gibson, t: ust.ee, et al to ME ■lllott—Lot 271. Grlder <fc Dow'a subd Briswalter tract; »2 p. F J cobson et nx to FW de Shepherd—Lot 55, b.'k 88, Woifakill Orchard tiact; $10. SUHMABY. Deeds » _„„.. 40 Nominal.™... 13 Total $49,686.00 DeVAN & ROTLEDGE, Grain and Stock Brokers, VV. Second St, Bnrdiek Blk. Telephone 157. We receive continuously over special wire to onr office the Chloago grain snd provision markets, New York atock martete, Ban Fran olsoo grain markets. Orders executed Instantly, affording speculators the best of opportuni ties. Margin socounts on beat tonus to be had. Our book of StaAiaUoa mailed on appli cation, 5-26 6m Southern Pacific Company IMPORTANT CHANGE OF TIME. FEBRUARY 20, 1894. Tra ns leave and are i) ie to arrive at LOS ANOHLKS 'Alt' A tig DEPOT), Filth atreet, dally as follows: Leave for Dbitikation. Arrive 2:00 p.m -lan Fran. <Si Saoram'to 7;30 a.m 7:43 p.m San Fran. St Saoraia'to 1:48 p.m 2:SO p.m O deu St Bait, 2d class 7:30 s.m 7:46 pm Jgdcn <t East, Ist class 1:48 p.m 7:45 p.m..Portland, Or 7:30 a.m 8:30 s.Ki ,B1 Paso and East.. 7:00 t-.ni 8:30 ab. .. .Demtug aud Bast... 7:00 p.m 8:30 a.m Banning 7:oop.rn Reliauns. s9:?t c.m 8.80 a.tr R.idlaada Al0:10ara !»::»•» s i. x o i, 1 4:58 p.ut 4:30 p. Bi Redlands 7.00 p.ia Coiten st/.:I aro 8:30 am Colton a10:1O a.m 10:30 a.m ..Colteu 4:58p.m 4:80 p.m .Colton 7:00 p.m Riverside. .. »0:21 a.m 8:80 am Riverside AlO:iO a.m 10:30 a.ni ll verslde 4:58p.m 4:30 p.m.... Kivusbl- 7:0 op.m San B rnarolno 59:2 l a.m 8:80 am San Bernardino ,10 10 a.m 10 30 a.m Hau Bernardino 4:88 p.m 4:3u r, m . ..gan Bernardino 7.00 p.m Chiao AB:soa.m 8:30 a.m Chino 18:21 a.m 4:30 p.m .Chino AlotlOa.m A5;15 p.m flhlno. 4:58 p m 8:15 a.o. Monrovia 7:55 a m Mourovia 10.20 a.m x2:4opm Moprovla 5:15 p.m Monrovia 4:46 p.m 7:30 a.m —Santa, Barbara 1:48 p.m 2:00 n.m Bauta Barbara . 8:53 p m Avtol 11.re Santa Ana St Anahelr 9:03 a.m 5:10 p.m Santa Ana & Anaheim a 4:04 p.m 4:52 p.m Tumiu 8:43 a.m A 9:40 s.m Whittier 8:43 a m 4:52 p.m Whittler A 1:45 p.m 9:26 a m Long B'ch A San Pedro 8:13 p.m A 12.50 p.m San Pedro a) l ong B'ch *11:56 a.m 6:00 p.m Long Bch dt Sau Pedro t 7, p.m 9:30 a m ••anta Moulca. ... 8:08 a.m 1 s 10:30 a.in Santa Monica 8 50 a.m 1:10 am Santa Monica 12:t2pm 6:15 p.m Santa Monica 4:25 p m 0:25 p.m Bnnta MonlJß I>6:10 p.m 9:30 n.m 80 die's' Home 8:04 a.aa 8:26 p.m .Soldiers' Home . 425 p.m 9:30 a,m ....Port Lns Angeles... 11:12 p.m s 10:30 a.m.. ..Port Los Angeles... iS-.10 p m 1:10 p.m....Port Los Amelet... 4:25 p.m A4;oSp.m rchatsworth Park.} AB:soum I Trains start from I ' River station (Ban f I Fernand > at.) only. J s3undays only. ASuudaysexcepted. CAT 4LI HA 18LA JD. Southern Paclfl't Cempauy's trains oonnec a' Ban Pcd.o wl h flue steamer falcon. Leave Arcade Depot Arrive Monday 4:16 p.m 9:25 a.m Tuesday weane-dey 11:58 a.m 9:25 a.m Thu aday Friday 11:56 a.m 9:25 a.m Saturday 1 All of the ssastde and local Interior trains stop at thu new station, cor. of First and Ala meda streets. Take Santa Monica trains from River station (Ban Fernando atreet). Naud's Junction Com merclai Btreet, Arcade depot, Jefferson street, (Winthrop station), Grand Avenue or Univer sity. For north: Arcade, Commercial street, Naud's Juuotlon, River atatiou (san Fernando street). For east: Arcade, Commercial street, Naud's Junction, For otber branches: Arcade, Commercial street, Naud's Junction, River station (san Fernando street). Looal and through tickets sold, baggage ch-1 ked, P.illmaii sleeping oar reservations made, and general information given upon ap plication to J. M. CKAWI.HY. Assistant Pas senger Agent, 141 s. Spring at., cor. Second. CH RI.BS SEYLk-ti agent at depots. RICHARD GREY, General Traffic Manager. T H, GOODMAN, Gen'l Pais. Ageut. SOUTH KILN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY CO. ISante Fe Boute). IN EFFECT SUNDAY, FEB. 11. 1894. Trains leavn aud are due to arrive at Los An geles (La Grande station) First st. and Santa Fe aye. Leave. Los Ahselis. Arrive. * 5:15 p.m . ..Chicago Limited.... * 9:00 a.m * 7:00 a.m ...oyarland ■x -ress... * b:3op.m * 8:16 « m San Diego Coast Line. * 1:15 p.m * 4:40 p.m -anD ego Coast Line. * 7:00 pm * 7.00 a.mr 1 * 8 00 i.m * 9:00 a.m I Bio Bernardino.. I * 9:50a.m < via Pasadena v I 1:30 p.m * 4:00 pm * 6:30p.m * 5:15 p.m I J * 7;00a.m 1 Riverside via.... 1 } 1:30p.m * oooam }. Sau Bernardino..> * 6:3opm t 6:05a.m (....Blveretdeand'") •ioilSani til 00 a.m 1 Bin Bernardino .> ' 8:33 ptu *4:40p.m < via Orango J * 7:oopm * 70'>a.m f Kedl nda, Mentonel • 9 50 a.m * 9:00 a.m I ...and Highland... I t 1:80 pm i via V * 6:30p.m * 4:00 p.m Pa adena. .1 * 5.15 p m I J t 6:06 am (Rad'audi, Mentonei "10:15 a m |H:oea.m UaS Hbsbland vlaf • 3:65 p.m * 4 40 p.m to ange St Kiverslde) • 7:"op.m * 9:00 a m f 1 • 7 85 ..m I Azuaa, Pasadena.. *843 a m * 1:80 p m and * 0 SO a. in * 4:00 p. m I ... Intermediate... > ♦ 1:30 una t 6:30 p.m I stations 1 1" 4:15 p.m I ,» 6:30 p.m * 7:05 p.m l J * 7:00 i.m Pasadena. ,* 9:00a:m tlo:soam Pasadena. (1 3Ma. in * 6:15 ..m Pasadeda. t 180pm t 6:05 a.m Banta Ana i 8.50 a.m * 8:18 a.m Santa Ana t l.' Op.m -an v Ana * 1:15 p.m * 4:40p.m S'nta Ana * 7:00 p.m * 7:52 a.m Santa M 'Oioa * 9:46 a m ♦10:15 a.m Santa Monica * 8:60 0 m * 4:45 p.m Santa Monioa ' 6:34 p.m •10:00 a. ra . Redondo .._ * 8:89 am * 4:15 p.m , Redondo.. . • 3:60 p.m t 9:00 a.m -an Jacinto v Pasadena t 1:80 p m 111:00 a.m Ban Jacluto via orange t '>:<!■> i.m I ■ morula via Pasadena t 180 p.m 111:00 a.m ..T m-oola via Orange | t 8:16 p.m laooodido v Coast Line t 1:15 pm Trains via Paaad aa line arrlv j at Downey svepue station 7 mlnales earlier and leave? minutes later. •Daily. fDallyexcet'tSunday. tSundaysonly. a. W. McGEB, City P»s-. Si T. Agt., 129 N. spring it., Loa Angales. and La Grande Station. pACIFIC COAST STKAMSHIf CO. Goodall, Perkins St Co., General Ageats, San Fraaoisco, Northern routes embrace Hues for Portland, Ore , Victoria, H. C, end Paget Sound, Aloska and all coast points. SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TAB X FOR JUNK, 1894. LBAVB SAN FBANCISCO For— Port Harford . s. s. Mexico, June 2,11, 20, Santa rarbara... 29; July 8. Redeudo PortLo. Angeb a 8. S.Santa Rosa, June 7,16, Newio t. ... 25; July 5. Sau Diego I For— 8. S. Corona, June 9, 18,27; Ba 1 San Pedro . Jnly 6. ran Pedro and 8. S. Kureka, June 5, 14,23; way ports July 2. LEAVE FOBT LOS ANuKLBB AN.) BEDONDO. For— 1. 8. Santa Rosa, June 9, 18. 27; July 7. San D ego. S. S. Mexico, June 4, 13, 22: JUiV 1. For— 8. . Santa Rosa, June 2, 11, Sau Franoiaco... 20 28; July 9. Port Harfoid ... 8. 8. Mmxlco, June 6, 15, 24; Banta Barbara. . July 3. LBAVB SAN FEDBO AND BAST SAN PKDBO. For- 9. 8. Bnreka, June 8, 17, 28; San Francisco July 5 aud 8. s. Corona, June 3, 12. 21, way porta 30; July 9. Oars to connect with steamers via San Pedro leavo M. p. k R. (Are de depot) at 6 p. m. and Terminal RR. depot at 6:IS p.m. Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe depot at ltl s. m., or from Redondo Railway depot at 9 a. m. Cars to conned via Port Loa Angelea leave 8. P. R. R. depot at 1:10 p. a. for steamers northbound. Plana of -learners' oablns at agent's office, vb re berths may be st cured. Tbe company reserves the right to change the ateameis or their days of sailing. £mft~ For paasage or freight as above or for tlcketa to and from all important points in Enrope, apply to W. PABBH, A ent, Offloe, No. 124 W. Second at,, Los Angelea. THE NORMA MARKET 1820 Q. MAIN ST. Is now eeUtng for CASH! Rib steak 7a Leg of mutton Be Round ateak 9o Mutton chop 9n 8lrloi« 120 Pork chop 10c Roaaißeef. 80 Vaaleut eta. 100 801 l beef 4 and 60 Beef St Mutt, stew 5u Only the vary beat of meats kept In stook, and HO PBDDLINO WAOOHS. TBLKPHONR 1171. M. T. RYAN, Prop. Tuesday. June 5. LOS ANGELES HERA LPs WEDNESDAY MORNING; JUNE 8, 1894. Los Angeles Terminal ffy Loi Anreles depots: But end First etrest and Dowaef areune bridge*. Leave Lo* Angela* tort Leavo Pasadena tor Pasadena. Loa Angelea. t fl lIS a.m t 7:15 a.m • 7:10 a.m * 8:05 a.m • 8:00 a.m * 9:05 a.m • 9:00 a.m "10:4.0 a m •11 00 a.m *12:28 p.m •12:20 p.m b 1:05 p.m • 1:40 p.m a 1:45 p.m • 3:00 p.m • 3:05 p.m • 4:00 p.m • 4:05 o.m • 6:20 i.m 5:28 p.a • 6:20 p.m * 7 :05 p.rq •11;15 p.m * p.m *11:55 p. tt Downey a venae leevtn* time 7 uilnutos later, i.cave Loa Angeles lor Leave Altadena Juuc- Altadena Jnnotion. Hon for Los Angelea. • 9KM a.m *10:10a.m •11:00 a.m *12:O0 m • 1:40 p.in " 2:40 p.m • 4:00 p.m » 5:00 p,n> All trains atart from F.rst sirei t depot. Leave Los Angeles for Leave 0 eudale for Lo* Olendale. Angelea. • 6:40 a.m t 7:28 a.m f 8:20 a m I 9:12 a.m •J*tSs p.m • 1:30 p.m • 6:25 p.m • 6:13 p.m Love Los Angelea for Leave Xaat. San Psdro Long Beach and Xast for san t'edro. Los Angeles. • 9:45 a.m t 7:15 a.m 1 7:55 a. m I 1: 0 p.m 111:15 a.m t 6:15 p.m t 3:40 p.m i 8:00 p.m j 4:10 p m Between Xast San Pedro aud Long Beach 10 mlv tea. ROBIO CANYON A*D ECHO MOUNTAIN. Trains leave Los Augeles, 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1:40 p.m, and 4 p.m. dally. Fine pavilion und ho.el. CATALINA ISLAND. Lot Angeles Terminal trains couneot at Stn Ptdro wttn too flue stsamer Falcon. Leave Flr»t-atreet Depot Arrivo 9:15 a.m faturday Monday 4:15 p.m 9:40 a m Tuesday Wednesday 4:45 p.m 9:46 * m Thu sd»y I Friday 4:45 p.m •Dally. (Daily except Snndays. (Sundays only. aExcept Saturdays, bl-iaturdays only. Stages meet the 8 a. m. and 12:20 p. m tralna at Paaadena for Mt. vvi •ou on new tratl. Paaaengers leaving Los Ang -lea on the 8 a. m. train for Wll-ou Peak on return aame day. On theater nlghf tbe 11:15 p. m. train for Pasadena will wait nntll 20 minutes after theater closes when notice ia reclved irom theater by the agent at Firat street that there are passengers for that train. Special i ate* to excursion and plcnl parties. Depots eaat end of First-street and Downey avenue bridges. City ticket office at A. B. Greenwald's cigar store, corner First and Spring afreets. General offices. First-street depot. T. B. BUHSitTr, Uineral Manager. W. WLSOUP, lien. Passenger Ag'L, Mount Lowe R'y. FOB TIME TABLE SEE LOB ANGELX3 TkRM INAL EAILWAY CO. 5-26 tf IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS —~^ZT —l mm 1 s - co - (Spreokela' line.) Los Aiiirflos to Jf\A Honolulu and re- 'am, $125, £S?E^ l?H»*fl u-ually active now, »ud Hundreds visit it it 'hSi every week. Now is tne time to lo to that wouderful c> unt y Yokobama snd Hong Kong via Hono ulu and China linos. „ . CapsTo»n, 8. Afrfoa, via Bydney. for $145! Round-the world. Ist class, $610: 2d class, 8350 from San Fr-uai-o. Apolv to HCGH B. BIOX, agent Oce.mic 8. S. Co.. 124 W. Second at,, Los Angelea. 3 8 GoiMMuie GuiiAralo Traisatl antique FRENCH LINK TO HAVRB. COMPANY'S ■ I lilt (NEW) NO. 42. NORTH River, foot of Morton at., New York. Travelers by this me avoid both travel by Engltah railway aad tha discomfort of cross ing 'he channel n a -mall beat. La Bretagne, Jun i 16. LaTouraine, June 23. Laßoursogne, one 30. La Normandle, July 7. La champ «gue, Jn y 14. La Touraine. July 21. New York to i loxandrla, Xgypt, via Paris, fi'St-clana $ 00, aecond olaaa $116. For freight or pas-ag > apply to A. FORGET, Agent, No. 3 B wiingtir i n, New York. J. F. PTJG -Zl & CO., events, 5 Moutgom ry aye., Sau Francis o. Ftran-h office, 19 Mont ■i ornery at. Tickets for sale by all railroad and steamship offices. Redondo Railway Winter Time Caid, No. 11. IN BFFKOi 5 A. M. UONUaY. BBPT. 25,1893. LOs Angeles, Deo" , corner Grand avenue and Jeffe -aon street. Take Grand avenue Cable or Main street and Agrlcnlinial Park nerse cars. Trains leave Trains leave Loa Augoles Redondo ior Redondo. for Lns Angelea 11AILY. DAILY. 9:15 a.m. 7:16 a.m. 1:35 pm. 11:00 a.m. 6:10 p.m. 3:45 p.m. Ruining i m ■ between Los Angeles and Re dondo Beach, 50 mutates. City ticket u(Vce at A. B. Greenwald's Cigar Store, corner Kt.stand Rpriug st eets. GEO. I, AIN4WORTH Preaident. H, H TfI'iMPSON Vice-President J. N. SUTTON. HupL, Rrden hi Beach. COOK'S TOURS Special p.riles to turooe, leaving May 2d and 261 ii, Jnne 13th, 27th aud 30th. In le pendent tick te a lowe-t rates. Send for pro grammes, c o, to THOS. COOK & SON, 621 Market at.. Paace H .tel. 4-6 3m Ban Iran Cisco, Cal. DR. WONG HIM, who haa praetioed medl clue ia jxjs Auce ea lor 10 rears, aad •those office 1-al 039 Up er Main atreet, will treaih, medicine-, ali diseasesot women, men and onlldn-n. Thu doctor o aiina that he haa remedies thai a c aup -nor to ail others ass bo olflu for trouble oi women and men. A rial alooe will .onvlnoe the ties that Dr. Wong Hlm's remedies are moreefflcaotoua than cau be prescribed. Dr. Wong lllm Is a Chinese physician of prominence and a gentleman of r spouslliillty. d a reputation is more than Weil established, and all peraena need ug bia cervices can rely npon hia skill and ability. A cure la guarmte-d lv every cate ia which a re covery Is possible. Herb medicines for sale. DR. 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