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FINANCE AND TRADE.
Jday'e Bnalneaa on the New Tork etnek Kxohang*. yoRE, Nov. 28.-The stock market was n tone and the general tendeucy was ard. olume of binlnesa In tno bond market ited 995(1 000. , railroad bond market was beavy. wero flrji; state bonds stocks and sonds. Niw Yottk, Nov. 25.-The closing quotations Were: Us.-n, ret 119 Norfk & Wst pfd 21^ doSs.cou Ill) NAmerOn. .. 4 do4-,reg U5?4 Northern Pao 4'i do 4s, cou 116*1 do pfd IliJ _do2».reg. tl? Hp, I) & Gulf.... Paclflolll 102 Northwestern 97'" Atchison I', dopfd ...14s Adams Ex 140 N V Cent 08 Alton, Terre Hte. >;7 NY & N Hat. " " 30W dopld U!W Ontaiio ,t Weit 153 Amer Ex U3 Oregon Impt lrp, laiKaTshK.... (wJoStoSSv::::: CenadePacific b\)>l OregonHhortLlne Canada eoutheru. oo\ AONonhn ... S ntral^' U nc " lft Paolfle Mall 21% ChosAOho 17 \ Peoria. Dec A E.. IP? Ch cago Alton .. .115 Pittsburg 150 Burbng.on £044 Pulimsn Palace. 155.: ChicMoOas 71-* Reading 15U Con «5e.... 123.. Richmond ler... IsM <■ 0 0 * St I, 38 , doofd 11l CoU.oal & iron .. ll' t Rio Gr Westn lU% « o l V"„ 01 . 1 ''OP'O *■> Pc ,t Hudson ... 120 Rock Island liOJi Ilela, Uckawsnua St Paul 07 « Western 159* dop'd.... i(VU I) 411 0 pfd 3t It Paul & Omaha'. 32',., Distillers 9 ; dopfd 110 test I'enn 13', Southern Faelilc. 18U ■•}* \ l 's <ugar 18S». -.'•"P'd 23 Teuu Coal A Iron 14»i Ft Wayne 158 Tesas Pacific 0•! GiNorthern pfd .100)< Pol ,t O Cent pfd. 70 Chlcsgo ,t Kastern Union Paclllc 11*^ Illinois pfd 93 (Is) Express 43 Hocking Valley , hp,. Wabash, Hi Louis Illinois Cent 80 1 ... At paciflo . (I Hi Paul ,t iiul itu 2i'v oopfd 13) i Kan .tlex pld... 22' 4 Weils-Kargo 100 LskeErieA West. Hi' a Western Union 87'; .dopfd 70 Wheelug&LE la lakeßliore 13J', dapd 38 Lend Trust 39 Minn A i-t Louis. 27 LAN 0 o, 4 Denver A R G 11': Liv Naw Albany.. 10 Gen Electric :.i-<Z Manhattan Con. .. 100' i Nal'l Linseed. .. 20W Mem A chnrlston. lo !cot Fuel at I 2ii Mich Central . :>7'.' dopfd ... 70 Mo Pacini'. 2714 H A Tex Cent....' 3W Mobile A Ohio ... 18 1111 .AA & North Nasbvll eciiatt... tl"' Mich 4 Nat c.rdage B?„ Tol, at LAX C. 1 dopfd lb 1 dopfd 0 N J central 94 | "Bid. Boston, Nov. tt.— Th* closing quotations wer- : Atchl«on 0 'Mexican 7 80.1 Telephoue... 195 :Sau Diego B 11 llngtou 0«?e' MONEY HUOTATIONS. New York, Nov. 28. -Money on call easy at 1 per cent; last loan at 1 per cc it; closed at 1 per ctur. Prime mercantile paper—2jktJO per cent, eienlng exchange-an nal buoness in b*nk £?.&l'! *' * 4 » 7 'i9*-^' 4 for dsmand aud k-isip, Tor OO daya Posted ratea—s-1.8U'./4)1.87'i and $4,339 4. g ß.'.j. Commercial blllj-sl.Bs',((t4.Br>'i. silver certltloaies—tiJVjc old "an Fart CJIOO, Nov. 23.-Sight drafts on New York, per $100. par. Telegraphic, Oc. sterling bills on London, bin ken' (10-day bills. $1.88'„. » Lo.m.iN, Nov. 25.-Bauk of England discount rate, 2 por cent. Cou wis, 103 5-18. V MIXINII SIIA RES. Ban prancisco. Nov. 28.— Tne official closing gui nations for mini tig sticks today were as fo, lows: A la 18 Julia Ot Aipha Con 02 Justice 17 Audei 45lttentuck con 02 Be cner. 75!Lsdy Wash C0u.... 07 Beile Isle 05 Mexican. 79 Ben ,t Belcher 75 Mono 00 Uodie Con 85 Ml Diablo 10 bii bon 22 Navsjo Bu wer Con on occidental Con.. .. 02 Cale.loula 0!) iphia 320 Chadai ge Con 34 o>ormau 15 Choi t Ml I'oiosl 52 ConUdence 95 Sivage 43 cm Cal £ Va 370 Smrplou C.vi Imparl 11 01 -HinrA Nevada (17 Cou New York 04 silver 1:111 02 crown Point Oil silver King ol Kxchui'ipier 03 Union Con 30 Gould Ai Currie s'iiCtap Con .. . OS Grand Prize :Vcllo*> Jacket-'..'.'. 50 Ua.e A Norcross. ~lls| Bank of England Bullion. London, Nov. 28—The amount of bullion gone fr ,iv the btuk of Kuglaud on bAlauca was 4775,000. Silver Bullion. P»s Francisco, Nov. 23 —Silver bars, OPIa UIJaC per ounce. Mexican dollar. SlUSll.o. Nkw Yobk., Nov. 28 —Silver birs, Ollfe per ounce Lo>noN, Nov. 28 —Silver bullion, per ounce. 2B\d. San Francisco Grain Market. Ban Francisco, Nov. 28—Net cash prices were as bilious: Flour—Family extra: 88,4033.55; Bakers' extia, $ 1.30 93.40: supernne, $220(92.55. ■v'nvai—The market wa . Uiriy steady. No, 1 shipping whist, with $1,00 for co c-; milling wnrat is nuotable at OJ',(AIH)V: Walla Walls, 80®83!-,'e. Bar cy-The market la-ks vim Fair to good. 80»S2;,cr' cholor, 83)i435c; biewlnr, 90(00511 -mis—The market was moderate and sl.ady. Quotations: Milling, $1.00(91. 12 W; ■nirprlae, $1.07 , ,C41-17I4; fancy feed, $l.05'ft)1.10; good to cunlc ,05c«t. 102' j; poor io fair, 87U*)92c; t'laok, $1 150)1 30; ,-.d, $l.o7>ys)l.lb; "gray, 92>„C!1*1.00. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicaiio, Nov. 28.-Tho wheat market was Dot so weak as yesterdav'a c use, ana tinal dea. lngs ware at an advance. May com civ* c 1 al 4S7 a c. Oits closed unchanged. Provisions made moderate gain), excepting ilrtes. Leading futures closed as follows: Wh-at, No 2— November 84^ December. 5442 May Donatio Corn, No. 2— November 48'^ December 47 May 48J 8 Oats No. 2- November 28J 8 D scomber. 28 Msy 32} a Cash quotations were as follows: Flour-Bieady; Winter ptten 8. $2.50'e)2 70 ; straights, $2 25:42.50: spri.ig oatonts, $:) 10 a 8,90; straiguts, «)firstname.lastname@example.org; iui.e s', ati.s.-,..« 2.25. ohext—No. 2 spring, No, 3, nom inal: No. 2 red, 54s(a>)5V a Corn-No. 2, 471*84;:. Oats-No. 2, 29, No. 3, 32932£: No. 3, White 31Vj. itye -No. 2, 48. Bar ey—No. 2, 54@54'4; No. 3, 52*51; No. 4, 54. Kihx Reed—No. 1. $1.40. Timothy—Prime, $5.(i0i45,65. Mu,s pork -Per bin, $12 ).ard-tfli.9s(ai> MU. Short ribbs-Jides, loose, $8.C0@0.10. shoulders—Dry salted, $5,371*145 75. Short clear ildei—Boxed, *<;..ST' a (a)H.SO. Whisky—Distil ers' Unishel goods, $1.23 per ■adoa. Sugar-Cut loaf, $5.18; granulated, $5 38; standard A, $4.03. On the proluee exchange today the butter P l .*,^ 8 ' "as steady; creamery, 14@25; dairy, J *gg<-Bteady, 20@21. OTIISR OUAIS markets! Liverpool, Nov. 28 Close: Wheat, firm; remmd lair. No. 2 Red Winter, 4s lid; 1?A 58 2d. No. 1 hard Manitoba. 51 CsJlfornla, 5s 80. «ivores steady; De reraher, 4s lid; January, 4i ll' 4 i: February,is 1 Jl^d. ' u ": _ J*?* quiet: demand molerate; new 5. ' Ja- Futures firm, demand raod nw* .. Wov "niber, 5s Id; December. 4s irlSi. p/ nary '>" S1 -* d l February, 4s 4tfd. teowVlSUrV'"™* »<*<««• 8 »«• «,?„T7r„V„ L . ouUon (Paeiflo ooaat) firm; de mand moderate; new crop. £2 15V. Tv^,t. , Ls^i*2Si". C 2l Nnv - 28-Wheat, dull; DeiemLcr, 02c: May, $1 01 Do> le rnor' e ß3. !! .' ,i ' : 84c; May, Corii-IM 25 UUW " eMou . 7S ?* C - Bran-$13.50. California Fruit Sales. (;orniotiaii gr*pe«, half crate.,sl.4o; doable. Petroleum. N«w Yo»K, Nov. 28.-P e ir 0 i BUnXI steady; December option rales, none; Pennsylvania, o->sC hid, Lima oil tale*, noae. LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS Grain aad Hey. [Dealers' quotations.) Bari.et—Per rontal. 85'<09Oc. Pet cental, yellow $1.00*1.05; white, Wheat—Per centa', No. 2. 90cfit$l.0O. lIAV-Per toti, alfalfa. ¥10.00(0)11.00: bar ley. K14.0OCelll.00; oat, $14.00(915.00; wheat $13.00914.00. Jlrl-.l Frnlts. [Buyers quotations.] Arßicons—Per lb., choice, U(o)oVc; fatr, Ojßc. PK«i Hia—Per lb., fancy, 6'£96eio; choice, fair, 4;.jc»50. Pears—Per lb., choice bteaohed, 4c; fair, 2 MA Prunes—Por lb., graded, 4U94'Sc; ungraded, *c- Honey aad Bueswex. Honey—Comb, per lb, 15c; extractel, 8c Beeswax—Per lb, 20@20c, Mill Stuffs. [Jobbsis' quotations.] Barley- Per cental, 91.00. Corn—Per cental, $1.15. Wheat—Per cental, No. 1,91.05. Flour— Per barrel, local extra family, $3.40; northern, 93.75. Feed—Bran, per ton, $21.00: Shorts, $23.00; cracked corn, per cwt., $1.20; mid feed, $1.20: rolled barley, $1.05. Hairy Prodnota. Butter—Fancy creamery, 2lb square*. 55 <*»« Vi fancy dairy, 28 ounce squares, 40,4) 40c; choice, 28-ounce squares, :.fne,:>7' ~,c. Cheese—California, hall cream, per lb , 10c; do full cream, 13'ji-: Young America, 14U0I small, (3 lb hand) iiasturn,full cream, 15 (itliio; domestic Swiss, old. 17fa)l8c: new, 14*) 18c: Imported Kwlis. 2*J(a)3oc: I.unburger, do mestic, I4®l(ic; Imported. IB@2o. Poultry and JCa-gs. Poultry—Per doz., hena, $4.0044.25; old roo-iers., $:i.50(94.00: young roosters, *.i ?:<» 4.25; brotltrr, $3.50:44.40; t urkeys, 10 a, 12c Per lb.; ducks, per doz., $3.5034.00; geese, pur head, 75c. Eii-.s California ranch, 3D531c per doz.; eastern, 23@24c. Farm and Garden Prnduflp. Beans—Per 100 lbs.. Lady Washington, $3.00 Lima $1.50; uavy, $3.0093 25; pink, $2.25<a) a. 00, BEKTS-ler 100 lbs., 90c. Cahhaoe—Per 100 Ibs. 509650. Carrots—Per 100 lbs., 00c. Chii.ks—Dry, por string, $1.00f9125; green. Oc per lb. Onions-Per 100 lbs., 90c. Parsnips—Per 100 lbs., $1. Potatoks—Per 100 lbs,, pinkeyes, 75c; Bur bauks, 85c; 3alinas,sl.lo. SWEtvr Potatoes—Per 100 lbs., 80c Tosi/toes— per box, 00c. TURMI'H-I'er 100 I us., 90c Nuts. Almonds—Per lb., paper shell, 13915 c; soft •bell, ll(a)12o; bard shell, srojUc. BtiA/.iLa-I'cr lb, l()(a)12!»c. Filberts—Per lb , lKitliXc. Pkanuts—Per lb., raw, o(<ti7c; roasted, 799 c. Walnuts—Per lb., first grado aoftshell, 8c; Aral grade hardshell, O'jC; aecond grade hard shell. sc. Previsions. Hams—Rex, focal smoked, par lb, HKoi De- B»nce, lie; Boneless, 11 1 : Plcnic»7Uc. Bacon —Rex, boneless breakfast, ll?(Cj Defl ance, ) lc. Datan lIEKr-Seta, 12Wc; Inside, 14e. PlO Pore —Half bbl., $11.50. Lard—Tier c, lvorv comp, par lb.,6}ic: Rex, pure leaf, B\c. Freah Fruits. I r.MoNS—Fancy, $3.00(94.00 per box; mixed, 91.50a3.5A Cran ItKP.Ri c5 —512.00(912 50 per bbl. Arri.Es—Bellllower, $1.7592. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Wednesday. Nov. 28. C Hazen et ux to G W SheafT— Lot 18, Axford A Lanareth sno, Pasadona: $700. G A it iidock et ux to Jane Ruiaell—Lots 19 and 20, blk 3, Covins, 9325. R W Poind xteret ux to L Cbamplin—Und '-lo: 3, Martin's sub, Pasadena; $125. N DEaa.maii to M J SnaulLot 16, blk 1, Angeleno Heights: $3uoo. Esop.rto G W Duddersou—lo acres, land formerly of Ecllv; $1(100. C 0 J >hn<on to C kS Sumner—s23 ft lot 2. blk 30, roraoua: $840. C M Palmateer to A W Hull on-Lot 16, Pal matuer's sub, Pasadena; $1017. H Pegs to O Wel'biiui et al—Lota In Ela Hub', v.gnes, south Santa Monica, south bide tr*cl»and in Rosecraus; $500. J V Btituisur et con to Manha smith —l ot 19, White's sub, Pasadena; $1500. i. H Caiietou. ad mi, to H drroll—Lota 78 aud 70, Kiefer'ssub, Ro Banta Anita; $-.25, c C Glbb cr vi io E B Pb-rce—Lot In Brntol snb ...ii.is of 8 G O G assn: 9U50. M ii Wnlmoy et con to Jas smith —Lot 1 and W' ~ 1 ,t 2, be, VVoiayu's sud south Pcsadena; $800. W Glllelcn, admr, to M A Nelson—Twenty acrea in sec 17, T 1 8. R 10 AT; $450. Southern California bank to M H Kichards- Lands In Ro Provldencia and &cott trt; $3500. F Bod- to A Aska—Two tcrea In Hd San Ra fael: $500. .\ i 1 ..j 11 het can to F s Hutchln*—Lot on De Lacy st, Pasadena; $10,000. Geo H Vanhebe to c X Blrje—Eight aores in San :<°einaudo valley; $1100. Clue, aherifT, to W D Richard*—Lots 1, 2 and 14. Park Gruve trt; $21 ~138.75. J H Bantilng et ux tn Havings Bank of South - irn i'a.lfnrnln- Lot 10, bl C, South Bonnie Brae Ut; $1000 A 0 llarie to D P Riley—Und half lot 20, He V .< r * Baldwin's sut>; $350. G W Morgan et ux to W P Tucker-Lot in Hunter Highland View trt; $150. 8 M Slott to E B Harlan -' oi 19, bl 31, Elec tric Railway Home trt: $800. N X rmyth et con to H D Norrla—Lot 1, San Moreno trt; 93400. Geo Hutchinson to C M Bushfey—Lot on Co o-ado«t, Pasndena; $1100. F H Ward et ux to A L Ryau—Lot 4, Hunt trt; $625. A X Bauer et con to same-Lot 0, Hunt trt; $0:5. U Hurhank et ux to H Luttage—Lot 7, blk 82, ItoP.nvid ncla A Scott trt; $900. A X Faulkner to H P Faulkner—Lot 36, dr ier Grove trt; $!iOO G J Roller et „x lo J A Smith et ux—Lot 41, blk 17, Wo fskill Orchard trt; $460. Rostda'.e Cemetery association to N MB Ens low et al— S'i io' 59, blk J, Rosedale cemctiry; $175. chne. sheriff, to W C England -Lot 69, blk A, Painter's subd, Pasadena: $900. T J Itoblanu et ux tn G H Grates—Lola 62, 64, 60 and 68, Brook*' subd Philbin trt: Lot 13, blk C, Weshlugtnn-st trt, aud lot 1, Goldworthy Mnth-st trt: $6000. (Tine, sher.ff, to T A Chase, administrator — Lot 10. bik 20. East L-.s Angeies, and land ad joining; $4740.90. Same to nme-10 lots In Spence'a addillou to Monrovia; $500. J .lone«, commissioner, to J M Elliott—Lot 20, blk 5 Gr.enwell trt, and lot 24, South Side trt; $800, F Eaton et ux to G w Pra'.t—Lot 16, exten sion of Nob Hill trt; $1000. SOU MART. Deeds 67 Nominal 30 lotal $71,550 05 SHIPPING NEWS. Ban Pedro. Nov. 27. ARRIVED. Steamer Caapar, Anfldaen master, from Cas par, with 11,240 tie* for 8. C. L. Co. SAILED. Steamer Lakme, Bonulfleld mister, for San F.aucttco. Steamor Newsboy, Foten master, for San Frauclaco, Schooner El Norah, Isaacson master, for Eureka, In ballast. S. R. COOPER & CO,, BANKERS AND BROKERS, 114 M S. Main st, Telephone 1469. Chicago Grain New York Stocks S. F. Wheat and Barley Bought, sold and carried on margins. Dally circular aud little bcioks on *neoulatlou. or HOW TO MAKE MOaEY, mailed free. Cliicafo Grain. N. Y. Stocks. 8. F. Barley aud Wheat. Bought, sold and carried on margin. Grain 1000 umbels up: stoeka 10 share* up. Di rect wire: most complete telegraph c quo tation service on the coast. Commissions, beat terms to be had; correspondent Irwin, Green A Co., one of the largest >ud wealth iest commission bouse* In Chicago. Daily market report sent free with book on r r eculatlon. DE VAN & RUTLEDGE, Basement 123H W. SECOND ST. Burdlck Block. Teh 157. LOS ANGELES HERALD* THIJRSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29. 1894. For Colds, Coughs, Croup, Influenza, and Bronchitis, ' use : AyEß's . CHERRY PECTORAL 1 the best of all anodyne expectorants. Prompt to act, Sure to Cure THE GREAT r I This extraordinary IV-juvenator ia tha most I wotiderful discovery ot the age. Jt haa been eudoised by the j^'1 l J2js^J fl mnn »f BEFORE jL/OiSIT AFTER MANHOOD Constipation, Dizziness, Falling Sensations, Nervous Twitcli.ua; of the eyes and other partri. Strengthens, Invigorates and tones the entire system. Hudyan cures Debility, Nervousness, Emissions, and Cevelcpes and restores weak organs. Tains in the back, losses by day oi night are stopped quickly. Over 2,000 private endorsement 1 .. Prematureness means impotenry In the flrat stage. It ia a symptom of temins.: weakness and barrenness. Jt can be stopped iv 20 daya by the uscoflluiive.il. The new olscovcry was made by the Special ists of theold famous Uuuaon Medical Insti tute. It is the strongest vitalizer made. It Is very powerful, but harmless. Sold for 51.00 a package or 6 packages for $5.00 i plain sealed coxes i. Written guarantee given tor a cure. If vstktry six loxestnd aro not entirely cured, six more will be sent to you free of all charge*. Bend for circulars and testimonials. Address HUDSON MEDICAL INSTITUTE. Junction Stockton, Market and Ellis Sts,, San Francisco. TALLY-HO WAGONS Manufactured and sold by the Enterprise Carriage Works No. 115 N. Los Autrdcs st. 1115-thr.-3un-lm FOR BAI.E-Thl* p >«jlil6 coastr f tkamshii- ho. Uoodc.ll, Perkins A Co., General Agents, San Francisco. r-or them routea embrace lines for Portland, Ore., Viciorls, B. C, aud Puget Bound, Alaska and all coast points; SOUTHERN ROUTES. TIME TABLE FOR NOVEMBER, 1804. I.RiIVS BAH FR tNCHCO. ~ ■ or— Port Harford 3. s. Corona, November 2, r-anta Barbara 11,20,29; Decembers. Redondo Port Los Angel ss.. S\ 8. Queen, November 7, 10, Newport 25; December 4. Ssn Dlegi For— s SCoohHr-, NovembeToi East San Pedro— 18, 27; December 6. Bui I'edio and 8 S. fur ki, Novembers, wav ports 14, 23: titc-mber 2. LEAVE POBT 1, »X ANOEI E- AN|> K«DOMDU. For— ie. h. Qufreu, ,\ov-inb,r 18, 27: D.-cember 6. San Diego 8. 8. Coroua, .Novrmber 4 1 lU, 22; December 1. For— 8. •>. Queen, Nuvemb r 2, 11, Sou Francisco 20, 29: December 8. PortHarfoid 8. B. Corona. November G, Banta 15. 24: 1 ec-mber a. bavk s>w ranao ANb «a*t ha* he. bo ro:— iS. h. Koreas, November 8, I 17, 20; D«i ember 6. San Francisco and A S. Coos Bay, November 3, way pons. 12 21, HO; nec-mbc 9. Oars to connect with steamers via Bast Pedro leave 8. P. K. H. (Arcade d 'not) at S p. m., and Terminal R. R. depot at 5:15 p. m. Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fa depot at 10 a. m„ or from Redondo railway depot at 9 a.m. Cars to connect via Port Los Angeles leave a I*. R B, depot at 1:10 p. m. lor steamers north bound. Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office, where berths may be secured. ~ I Thecompiny reaenes the rlcht to change the steamer or their days of sailing. aTssT-For passage or freight aa above or for tickets to and from all important pointa In Burope, apply to W. PARRIB, AgeaL Offsee, No. 124 W. fteuoud st., Loa Angeles. Redondo Kailway NO. 13-1N EFFEOT 5 A. M., FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1894. Los Aug lei Depot: Corner Grand avenue and J; lier»ou»tre : t. Take Grand avenue cab c or Malnstre. t and Agricultural Park horse cars, Trains i c iva Trims leave Loa Auge.es Redondo for Ro londo. for Los Angeles. 9:05 a.m. dal y 7:30 a.m. dally 1:35 p.m. dally 10:30 a.m. dai y 5:3(1 p.m. daily 4:lo p.m. daily "8:05 a.m. '0:45 a.m. "Saturdays and Sundays only. For rates on freight and passengers apply at room 432 Bradbury building, corner Third and Broadway ('Phone 1304), or at dooot, corner Grßnd avenue and Jefferson st- ('Phone Ne, 1 West). l.\ McFABLAND, President. J. N. SIIrTON. Hnuerlntxiidtrnt. Uompagnie timuk iraasatlantique FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE. COMPANY'S PIER t.iKVf) NO. 42 NORTH river, fool of Morion st. New York. Travelers by this Hue avoid both travel by English railway aud the discomfort of cross lug the channel In a small boat, i.a Bretague, December 1 La Bourgogne, Decemb r 8 LaCbampague, liccembet i 5. La Normaudle, Deotmber 22. La Bretague, December 29, La Uascogne, January 5, New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris, first-class #160, second-class $i 16. For freight or passage apply lo ■ _ A. FORGET, Agent, r _ No. 2 Bowling Green, New York. J. F. IUGA/l A CO,agent*, 5 Montgomery aye., San Frauclaco. Biancb office, 19 Mont gomery st. Tickets are for sale hy all railroad, and steamahln nffinaa QOCTHERN CALIFOBNIA RAILWAY— i~ (San Ml Va Route). IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 4, 1894. Trains leav* and are dee 10 arrive at I.o* An gelee (La Grand* Station) Flrat atreet aad flam* Fe avenue. Leave For" Lus AnuP.cae Arr. Irooi 6:00 pm' Chicago Limited i 9:35 am 7:00 am Overland Expre*i <i :30[>m 8.15 am|. .Ban Dlege Cua*i Llni.. '1:15 pm •4 :20pra ..Han Diego Coaitl.lne.. :45 pm 7:00 am Sin Bernardino 9:35 am II :00 am _~ *9:s»am •4:00 pm! " ft '1:35 pm 5 :CO pm Pasadena 6:30 pm 7:00 am Riveraide ! *1:35~pm 9:O0 am . via ban Bernard.no.. 6:30 am •11 'id am hlveislde A- San Bernar- 10:15 am 4.20 pm lino via Orange I o:4spm *ll:0Oani Redlandi St Mentone via! 10:15 am 4:Jopm .Orange anil Riveraide. I *6:45pm 7:ooam Redlandi, Mentone... (9:35 am 9:00 am 1 and j 9:55 am •4:(Jopm Highland* I • 1:85 pm s:oopm via Pasadena 6:3opm 7:0()am ...Monrovia, Azuaa '7:35 am 0:00 am. I 8:50 am 1:35 pm |9:35 am •4:00 pro and *9:Bs*m (5:00 pm I *1:35 pm 5:80 pm I 3:55 pm 0:50 pm ..tntereoedlateStatlont..; o:3opm 7:00 am Pasadena I '7:35 am 9:00 am! Pasadena > S :50 am 1:35 pm ."asadeua 9:35 am •4:00 pin Pasadena ! *9:55 am 5 ;00 pm Pasadena I *1:35 pm •A :30 pm Pasadrna | 3:55 pm 0:50 pm Pa* dena 6:30 pm 8:18 am Santa Ana i B:4Bam •2:oopm Santa An* | *l:!spm 4:. Opm SantiAna 6:lspm 7:52 am Pan I a II oc lea 9:45 am 10:15 am Saata Monica 3:45 pm 4:lspm sauta Monica I 6:3*pm 10:00 am Redondo > 8:29 am 4:45 pm; Redondo..- 3:45 pm •7 :00 am San Jacinto,via Pasadena *1 :35 pm *9 :00 am Bau Jacinto, via Pass dons '6:30 pm •11:00 am -an Jacinto, via Orange '6:45 pm •9:00 am Temeeuls, via Pasadena '1:35 pm •11:0 iam ...Temecnl*, vlaOrsnge. . •B:lsara Aecoiid'do,via Coast Line, •1:15 pm M :20nm,R»coed do.vln Cosat Line • Daliy except Sunday. (Sunday only. ySat mday only. All other train* dally. Tram, via Pasadena line arrive at Downey i venue at at ot, aeven minute* earlier and leave aeven minutes later. Palace vestibn ed sleepers, upholstered tour ist cars, through to Kansas City and Ohlcago dally. Personally couducted excunlona to Boston every Thursday. For rate*, sleeping-car reservations, etc., call on or address E. W. M'GEE, Ci'y Passenger and Ticket Aa. nt. 129 North Spring street, and La Orande station, Lo* Angeles. H. b). THOMPSON, General Passenger Agent Los loples Terminal R'y IN EFFECT MONDAY, BIPT. 24, 1894. Los Angelei depoti: East end First st. aud Downey aye. bridge*. Leave Lot Angelas ior Leave Pasadena tor Pasadena. Los Angeles. I 0;35 am f 7:15 a,m 4 7:10 s.m * 8:05 a.m • 8:00 a.m • 9:05 a.m • 9:00 a.m '10:35 a.m •10:30 a.m »12:30 p.m •12 25p.m • 1:45 p.m • 1:40p.m • 3:05 p.m • 3:00 p.m • 4;05 p.m • 4:00 pm • 5:25 p.m • 5:20 p.m • 7:05 p m ' 6:20 p.m • 8:05 p.in 111:30 p m (12:15 a.m I 9:30 p.m 110:15 p.m Downey ave"iie leaving time 7 minut*.* tater. Leave Loa Angeies lot Leave Altadeua June- Al'adena Junction. lion for Lo* Angelei. • 9:00 a.m »10:10 a.m 110:30 a.m 112:00 m • 1:40 p in • 2:40 p.m , 4:00 p.m » 5:10 p.m _ An 'rains * art Irom yirat at. uer.pi Leave Los Angeles foi Leave Glenda.u for Lo* Glendale. Angelc-. I 0:10 a.m t 7:26 a.m I 8:15 am t 9:12 a.m 112:35 p.m J 1:30 p. m U J 25 0 m « 6:13 p.m .i ay , Los Auxe e« loi Leaves East san Pedro Long Beach and Stat for San Pedro. Los Angeles. ( 7:25 a.m • 9:55 e.ra 1 7:50 a. m 1 1;05 p.m J12;20 a.m I 5:15 p.m ( 3:40 p.m 1 6:00 p m.»*.:'(. 1...1... Jills km Between Eat San I'earo and Lout H-*ch 10 minute*. RUB 10 canyon" AND KUHQMOUNTAIN Trains leave Los Angel-* at 9 a.m., 1:40 and i 4 p.m. daliy, and 9a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1:40 p.m. ! ai d 4 p.m. Sundays. Fine pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery. CATAI.IMA ISLAND. Los Angeles Terminal trains connect at San Pedro with the Wilmington Transportation Company's steamer, leaving Los Angeles Wedne*iay anrt Saturday at 9:55 ».m., return lop Thnr-nix- -id Monday »f 4 45 p.m. Dally. fDally satoept Soudays. (Snuday* SWT. Stages meet the • a. m. and 12125 p. m. train* at pasndona tor Mi. Wilson on new tralL Pasaenteri leaving Lee Angelei on the • a. m. train foi Mt. Wilson can return same day. Bptclal rate* to ex o union and plcnlj parties. Depots eaat end of First St. and Downey aye. •ridges. City ticket office at A. B. Greenwald'* eigas store, corner Flnt and Spring sts. Htaeral offleei: First at. depot. T. B. BURNETT, General Manager. V. WINOUP, Geu. Patsenger Ag't Mt. Lowe Railway FOR TIME TABLE SEE L 0 3 ANGELES TERMINAL RAILWAY. gOUTHIEN PACIFIC COMPANY. TIME TABLE—NOVEMBER 1, 1894. Leave for . Destination! Arrive. Friday, j. "Sunset Limited". ( Saturday, 4:ooa.m| I ...New Orleans.... i 6:10 p.m faiurday, i i I Friday, 6:40 pml j.. .B*m_Fr*ncl«co... | 3:20 a.m 2:0(1 p. ml san Fran Sacram' to i 7~:3U a.m 7:45 p.m Fran St Sacram'ioj 1:48 p.m 2:00 p.in Onden St East, 2d cass 7:30 a.m 7:45 p.m ijgden dtEast, Ist class! 1:48 p.m 7:45 p.m Portland, Ore 7:30 am 8:30 a.m...El Paso an > East... 7roOp.ra S;3O a.m . Doming aud East. . 7 00 p.m B:80a.m Ranning 7:oopm Redlands 80:23 a.m 8:30 a.m R.dland* Al0:10a.m 10:3()*.m Redlnnds 4:58 p.m 4:30 i>,m Redlanda I 7:00 p.m Coiton i 5»:23 a.m 8:30 a.m Coiton Al0:10a.m 10:30 am Colon 4:58 p.m 4:30 p.m Coiton 7:00 p.m R ver lde I *8:23a.m 8:30 a.m Riveraide ;Al0:10*.m I 0 30e.ni River<ldo 4:58 p.m 4:30 p.m..Riverside 7:00 p.m San Bernardino s9:2Ba.m 8:30 a.o B*n Bernardino a lo: 10 a.m 10:30 a.m.. .San Bernardino 4:58 p.m 4:30 p.m San Bernardino. . 7:00 p m Chino AB:s()a.m 8:30a.m China 89:23 a m 4:30 p.m Chino Al0:10a.m As:2sp.n> China 4:58 p.m 8:50 a.m Mourovla 8:20 a. m A2:lf>p m Monrovia Al2:4s*>m 5:15 r>-in Monrovia 4:45 p.m 7 30a. m Santa B irhara 1:48p.m 2:00p m Santa Barbara 8,35 p.m AB:s2a.ra Ssnta Aua Si Anaheim 9:05 A.m 6:10 pm Santa Ana A Anaheim a 4:05 p.m 4:52 p.m Tmtin 8:43 n.m A9:4oa.m .Whlttler 8.43 a.m 4:">2pm Whittier A 1:45 p.m 028 a.m Long B'tih it Sin Pedro 8:15 a m 12:>0p.n< Long B'ch St San Pedro 11:54a.m 5:00 n.m Long B'eh St San Pedro 4:15 pm 9:30 n.m| Santa Mcnfca 8:00 a.m 1:1(1 p n.j — -aula Monica 8:51 a.m 5:15 p.n Suite Monica 12:i2p.m 6:25 p.m Santa Monica 4:21 p.m 9:30 a.m s> dleTa' Home 8:51 a.m 6:25 n.m; s-'oldi-.'S' Home 4:21 p.m 9:;!oa.m t Pjrt Los Auge ea ) 12 12 p.m I and J 4:21 p.m l:lop.ic ( s'orth Beach Klat'n) | (.hilsworth Par*. I Ao.OOa.rn I Traini st*rt from! a 5:30 p.m j Klv/:r statimi (San / ■ I [ F ruaiido i ) only. 1 sSuudays ouly. ASundays excepted. All other traipa daily. CATAI.INA ISLAND. Lsave. Arcade Depot. Arrive. Monday 11:54a.m 9:25 a.m Wedne-day Thursday U:s4a.ni 9:25 a.m Bsturd-y An of tne seaside and lecal Interior trains ■top at the new station, corner of Fint and Alameda streets. Take Boyle Heights cable cars. f GRIDER & DOW'S £ I ADAMS STREET TRACT | Fifteen minutes' ride from Second and Spring streets. Lots 50 and 60 feet front. $25,000 have been expended in street improvements alone. Four 80-foot streets, one W 100-foot street, all graded and graveled, cement walks and curbs; streets sprinkled- W gs) water mains laid and shade trees planted. Beautiful Adams street, 82 feet wide, and Ws X Twenty-eighth street, 100 feet in width, lined with palm trees. Central avenue,'four W miles long and 80 feet wide 4$ S A DOUBLE-TRACK ELECTRIC ROAD WILL BE IN OPERATION WITHIN 30 DAYS. £ *4 The Maple-avenue electric road is only two blocks to the west. Soil is rich, sandy \\» i loam. The property is from 20 to 30 feet higher than Grand avenue and Figueroa street. W ' 150 lots sold since June Ist. W 4 Examine this property. See the large number of beautiful homes built in four J months. A personal examination will satisfy any buyer as to its merits. Lots are $250, 5 $300, $350, $400 and $600, on most favorable terms, until January ist, when prices will W 49 be advanced. Take Central avenue or Maple avenue cars to Adams street. Free Car- gw —\ riage from our office at all times. * GRIDER & DOW, 109 S. Broadway. Telephone 1299. Z CITY ANNOIiycVMgNT^^^ A CARD FROM H. B. TRUITT, i lndependen Omdidate forS'reet Sup't. Voters of the Clly of Loi Angeles: I would resp- ctfullyuall ynur atlcutlon to the fact that 1 have been a resident of the city 'mo-1 of Hit time engaged In builnea*) for the past alne years. As for business qualifications can refer you to any respectable business rirm Hi this city. Have never aaked lor any office, and l( .elected will try and till thi position independ ent of any ring. Resldeucs 757 H.wtlni atreet, East I.os Aureles. El jctio-i Dec. 3d. P»OK COUNCILMAN FIBTH WARD— I. BCOFIILD, Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec. 3d. JJiOR COUNCILMAN SEVENTH WARD JAMBS ASHMAN, Regular Democratic and People* Party Fomlnee. Blect oe Dec. 3d. COUNCILMAN NINTH WARD JOSEPH HYANB, Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec. 3d. JJIOR CITY CLERK — It L. MCKNIGHT, Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Deo. 3d. JjiOß COUNCILMAN EIGHTH WARD, THOB. r."BAVAQE-X. Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec. 3d. pOB OITY ENGINEER. G. J. KUHRTI, Regular Democratic and Peop'e's Party Nominee. Ten years in the office of the oity engineer. Election Dee. 3d. CITY TREASURER. DANIBL NBUHABT. Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Deo. 3d. COUNCILMAN, Second Ward, M. P. SNYDER, Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec M, JTtOR COUNCILMAN. Sixth Ward, GEO. D. PEBSELL. Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec 3d. J7AOR COUNCILMAN BIGBTH WARD— PETER KBBNAN, Independent Candidate. Blection December 3. pOR COUNCILMAN, Third Ward. WM. P. BOSaYSHELL, Regular Democratic Nominee. Blection Deo. 3d. JJtOB, COUNCILMAN EIGHTH WARD HUGH J. SMITH, (Incumbent). Independent Democratic Candidate. Bleetloa Dec. 3d. T7*OR COUNCILMAN, X? Fourth Ward, J. W, McOA N N, Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec. 3d, JTtOR SUPERINTENDENT OF STREETS. W. H. R'GGS. Regular Democratic Nominee. Election Dec. 3d. F'OS CITY TAX AND LICENSE COLLECTOR. F. A. MAURICIO, Regular Democratic and People's Party Nominee. Election Dec. 3d. IJtOB BOARD OF BDUCtTION— i Seventh Ward. MARTIN BICH HORN, Regular Democratic Nominee. El»pt'oi De-. 31. GRATEFUI COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST—UPPER. "By a thorough know edge of tue natural law* which govern the operation* of digestion and nutrition, and by a carefcl application of the flue properties of well-selected cocoa, Mr. Eppa has provided for our breakfast an i supp?r a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctor*' bill*. It Is br the ju dicious use of such articles of diet that a con stitution may be gradua ly bunt up until strong enough to resist every tendmcy to dls eas,. Hundred* of subtle maladis* are float ing around us, ready to attack wherever theie Is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves w«il forMfled with pure blood and a properly nourished frame."— Civil Service Gaaette, Made almplv with boiling water or milk. Bold only in half pound tins, by grocer*, la beled thus: JAM MS ICPP* Sc CO., Ltd., Homos •pathlo Cb.mlits, London, stag-land, tn-thu-wky HOMESEEKERS —AND — CAPITALISTS. I REPRESENT the owners and am now offering for salo in tracto to suit, over 0000 acres of choice oil- I ros and deoiduoue frnit land, located in the heart of the groat citrus bolt of Southern California, near two lines of transcontinental railways; one inch of water to 1% acres, deeded with the land; title to both land and water absolutely perfect; no annual water tax or bonded indebtedness. There is nothing bet ter offered in Southern California today. Will sell in large tracts for $05 to $75 an acre; email tracts of 10 to 20 acres |100 an acre. If you are seeking a home or an investment in southern California do not fail to investigate thia opportunity to eecure tbe very beat offered. Compare prices, educational, social and commercial advantagee, and be convinced wa bave just what you want. For lull particulars call on or address C. I. MIBON, 138! Soutn Siring Street, Los Ante Cal .1 m DEEARTDRE! f*\ - Not a Dollar Need Be Paid Us For teM |X Treatment of Rupture Until * DR.C. EDGAR SMITH & CO. f ; SPE CIA LISTS iKSfitf Positively curein from 30 to 60 d»yß all ilnds ol V\ f^a»«w[^ -);RUPTUREi(- v'^lP^ VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, PILE 3 AND FISSURE, FISTULA, ULCERATIONS, etc. etc., without the uss of knife, urawing blood or detention from busin***. ALL DISEASES OF WOMEN SKILLFULLY TREATED CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. Can refer interested partbls to prominent |4M Angeles citizens who hire been treated by them. Cure guaranteed. 656 8. MAIN BT., COR. BEVENTfI. LOS ANGELEB, CAI« OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. FARMERS& MERCHANTS BANK OF LOS ANGELES. CAL. CAPITAL (PAID UP; $ 500,000.00 SURPLUS AND REIBBVE 820,600.00 TOTAL $1,320,000 00 OFFIOERS: DIRECTORS: IW. HBLLMAN President W. H. Perry, C. E. Thorn, A. 'GlassoVU H. W. HELLMAN Vice-President O. W. Child*, C. Ducommon, JOHN MILNBK. Cashier T. L, Duque, J. B. Lankeiahlm H. 1. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier H. W. Hellman, L W. Hellman. Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL Bank, 101 8. Spring at., Nadeau block. L N. BBEBD President WM. V. 8038 YSHELL Vlce-Preaident C. N. FLINT Caabier W. H. HOLLIDAY Assistant Cashier Capital, paid In gold coin $200,000 Burplus uud.vlded profit*.... 25.000 Authorised capital 500,000 nißscTOßs: L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery, Ellas Hotm«», W. H. Holiday, P. C. Bo.by- Iheil, M. Hagan, Frank Radar, D. Bemlck, Tho*. Go**, Wm. F. UNION BANK OF SAVINGS CAPITAL STOCK. $200,000 223 8. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. orriet**) ana oiaccvoas: w.. W. Stimson Wm. Ferguson W. E. McVsy frert. ViM-Prsst Chi«r C. 0. Hsrrlson 8. H. Molt „ tj. M. B»ker A. 6. Pemaroy S. A. Butler INTEREST PAID Oft OEPOjITB_ LOB ANGELES BAVIN-,S BANK, 236 N. Main st. Capital stock 16100.000 Surplus... 85,000 J. B. Pla , Pres't. H. W, Hellman. V.-Pres't. W. M. Csswall. C-.shier. Dlreetors-L W. Heilmsn. J. E. Plater, H. W. Hellman, I. W. Hellman, Jr., W. M. Caaweil. latere*! paid on deposit*. Money to loan on ■in-class real estate. 11-1 if WONDERFUL CURES BY DR. WONG, 713 SOUTH MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL "Skillful our* increase* to Ibe "Ingeniously locating disease* through taw world." pnise and exoeilent remedies are great bless Ing* to the world." Foot yesrs ago my daughter, Virginia Bell, was treated by Dr. Wong for what physteteae Called hip dlsea-e. nd had pronounced Incurable alter treattng her lor eight year*. Dr. Wong's diagnosis wa* that stc wa* afflicted with one of tho thirteen forms of cancer. His medicine effected a permanent cure In «even months' time. Two .ear* ago my grandson became blind la one e»e. Dr. Wong restored his sight In three weeks' time. A. IaSsWELIj, Savannah, cab After I had been treated eleven yetrs, by six different doctors, for consumption, aud thef h*d sta'ea that I couldn't live two month*. I toon Dr. Wong's mediclno and was cured la eevoa months. 1 enloy excellent health ana weigh 170 pound*. MR4. A. M. A VELA, 1612 Brooklyn aye., Los Angel**, o*l. PRIVATB, NERVOUs AND CHRONIC DISEASES Of MEN qnlckiy cured without tha •> of poisona. 4000 cures. Ten years In Los Angeles. DR. WONG, 713 South Main St., Los Angeles. OP 1.03 ANGBLES. Capital stock 8400,000 Burplus 200,000 J. M. BLLIOTT. Preaident. W. G. KEROKHOFF, V.-Prea't. FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier. G. B. SHaFFCB, Ass't Casblsc, dirxctoxs: 3. M. Elliott, J. D. Blokasll, F. Q. Story, 11. Jevne, J, 1). Hooker, W. C. Patterson, Wm. G. KerckhoC JJOB ANGELES NATIONAL BANK. UNITED STATES OEPOSITOST. Capital $500,000 Bnrplo* 57,000 Toial 657,000 GEORGE H. BONRBRAKB President WARRStN GILLBLEN Vice-Preaident E. c. HOWES Cashier E. W. COB Assistant Cashier directors: Cleorge H. Bonabrak-, Warren Glllelan, P. M. Green, Chaa. A. Msrrlner, W. 0. Brown, A. W. Francisco, E, P. Johnson, M. I. Allen. F. c, Howes. 9-151) 11