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Short stories of the day.
Court Notes.
Valentine Melay, charged with grand
larceny, and Thomas Averill, charged
, With aaaault, entered their respective
pleaa of gniity yeaterday in department
ono, whereupon Judge Smith ordered
tbat thay appear for aentenoe tomorrow
morning.
Edward Curtis, charged with burg
lary, waa arraigned beiore Judge Smith
yeaterday morning, and upon hia enter
ing hia plea oi guilty to the charge, and
waiving hia legal rigbta, waa sentenced
to imprisonment in tbe atate prison at
ban Quenttn for the period of one year.
Argument on tbe motion for judgment
in accordance with tbe verdict of the
jury in the Pratt will oaae waa reaomed
before Judge Clark in tbe probate court
yeaterday. Alexander Campbell con
cluded hie argument, commenced on
Tuesday, after which Senator S. M.
White and J. 8. Chapman, oaq., pre
sented tbe matter on behalf ol tne con
testants.
The caae ol D. Burbank et al. va. 1..
W. Dannie et al., which has grown old
in tbe courts, waa revived in depart
ment two yeaterday; a motion to offset
tbe judgment entered therein, ooming
np lor bearing before Judge Clark, by
whom, at tbe close ol tbe argument, it
waa taken nnder advisement.
Tbe caae of Sarah Jane Boyd va. C. J.
Boyd came np for hearing before Judge
Clark in department two yeaterday. The
action ia one for divorce on tbe ground
of cruelty, but on account of certain am
bigoitiea in tbe complaint the matter
was continued in order tbat it be
■mended.
A Concession to the Bar.
Tbe following order waa made by all
the judges of the superior conrt yester
day, and waa apraad upon tbe minutes
of tbe several departments:
It ia ordered that rule numbered
20 of tbia court be, and the aame is
hereby amended ao aa to read as follows s
RULE xx.
Custody of papers—Upon tbe order
of a judge of tbia conrt any exhibit
may be taken from the filei, upon leav
ing in ita place a oertified copy thereof.
Unless otherwise ordered, an attorney
at law entitled to practice in this conrt
and having an office in the city of Loa
Angelea, npon giving hia receipt there
for, may be allowed to take to aueb
office, bat not elsewhere, any papers on
file in a matter in which he ia in
terested, to be returned within a period
not exceeding 10 daya; but this privi
lege ahall not apply to bonds, under
takings, or wille, nor to original con
tracts filed aa tbe foundation oi an
action or defense.
Except aa above provided, no record
or paper belonging to tbe Slbb of thia
conrt ahall be taken from tba oflice of
the clerk, or ont of hia custody.
B. N. Smith,
W. H. Clark,
Waldo M. York,
Walter Van Dyke,
Lucikn Siiaw,
J. W. M'KisnKV.
Judgea of aaid Superior Conrt.
New Suits.
The preliminary papers in the follow
ing new anita were filed yeeterday in
tha offioe of the connty clerk:
Ira Phillips vs. 8. A. Garrett et al.
An aotion to forecloae a mortgage for
$2000 on a lot on Upper Main atreet.
Gregory Perkina jr va. J. M. Ledbetter.
An action to foreclose a mortgage on lot
32, block 208, Redondo Beach.
Baker Iron Works va. W. A. Stratton.
An action to recover $450 25 and inter*
•at, alleged to be due on a note.
G. L. Meanager vs. L. M. Robarta,
•xecntrix, et al. To quiet title to two
lota on Mew High atreet.
P. R. Moore va. Mary A. Sbaw et al.
To forecloae mortgage for $1000 on three
lota in Woolev'a addition fo Uownev.
Oliver C. Bryant vs. 11. H. Benedict.
To compel execution of conveyance of
aix aorea of land at Boto and Fourth
etreets, and Sixth near Dearborn atreeta.
Sylvanua White vs. B. Bassett et al.
To foreclose mortgage for |500 on 10
acres oi country property.
Cathedral Service.
Today being tbe first Friday of the
month, the Sacred Heart league will
attend 'high mass at 7 o'clock and re
ceive holy communion. At 7:30 p, m.
the Rigbt Rev. Bishop Montgomery
will preach the sermon.
Tomorrow being tbe feast of tbe im
maculate conception, obaerved through
all tbe Catholic world aa a day of obli
gation, all members abstaining from
manual labor that ia not neceaßarv sol
emn high mass will be celebrated at
10:30 at the cathedral. The choir will
render the maaa in G by Carl Maria yon
Weber complete, and during tbe offer
tory the Aye Maria trio by Owens. Sol*
emn vespers at 7:30 p. m.
Holes in the Streets.
Tbe entire force of tbe street depart*
ment of tbe city, aod all the contractors
and tbeir teams and men, had pleasaut
occupation yestorday filling np holes in
the atreata over newly laid sewers.
In tbe moat unexpected places on tbe
•treets where sewers have recently been
pnt in, tbe ground underneath would
suddenly be undermined by some sub
terranean stream, and aoon tbe surface
of tbe roadway above would disappear,
nnd an ngly and daugerous hole would
be left.
Part of the force was put to work lo
cating the holes aod the romainder did
the filling in, but it waa dangerous driv
ing on the streets last nigbt.
Burglar Anderson Hold.
John Anderson waa given a prelimin
ary examination in Justice Austin's
conrt yeaterday on a charge of commit
ting burglary in entering tiie house of
John Foster of 723 Alpine Btreet and
stealing three snitß of clothing. The
evidence waa overwhelming, as the
stolen gooda were found in his posses
sion. He waa promDtly held for trial
with bail fixed at $1500.
Humans Society Work.
The report of the Loa Angeles Humane
aociety for November is follows:
Cases reported, 05; children, 27; in
corrigible, 11; having intemperate pa
rente, 14; visiting saloons, 9: cruelly
treated, 5; aent to Florence liomß, 1;
sent to Wbittier achool, S.
Animals, 20; horses, 16; cows, 2; doge,
2; horses cruelly treated, 4; overdriven,
4; abandoned, 9; condemned ,o be
tilled, 7; miscellaneous cases, S.
Kidney Trouble Cured.
LOKS Beach, Cal., Ocl. 31, 1804.—D. W
FTeiclur of this place tnakoa ln<; lollowlnij
slßiKUien t: "'"ouran I one huif Ixiliioi of Hood V
S.rsspariHu have i ursd mc ot v ret/ bad case
ut kidney trouble."
Hood's rule tumuli liver ilia.
Chamber of Commerce Notes.
Daring; tbe rainy hours of yesterday
tbe exhibit bell end reeding rooms were
well filled with visitor., tbe register
ehowing people from Kenses, Colorado.
South Dakota, Washington, England,
Florida, Ohio, New Jersey, Oregon, Wy
oming, Missouri, Illinois end New York.
The art nailery is now open for tbe
month of December with Mrs. Dow aa
custodian. Many new pictures have
been added to tho collection and e port
folio of water colors placed in tbe room.
Catalogues and any information desired
regarding tbe pictures can be had by
applying to tbe custodian.
Exhibits were placed in position yes
terday from Arroyo Grande Agricultural
association, Arroyo Grande, San Luis
Obispo county, consisting of ten varie
ties of apples, three varieties of pears,
Burbank potatoes weighing three pounds
each, squashes 200 ponndi each, onions
four pounds, carrots six pounds, cab
bage twentv-tl.ree poonda each.
It. Yarney of Lankershim added to
the squash display four weighing GOO
pounds, grown on one vine. This dis
play is worrying tho secretary, the com
bined weight of such mammoth features
be fears will break through the floor.
The finest display of Stone Eureka
apples of the season was sent in by S.
II. Lovsland of this city, who report!
10 tons gathered from two acres of 6«
year-old trees.
G. R. Elliott of Downey makes a do
nation ot an 18 pound sweet potato.
The Shrewsbury ranch of Spadra dis
plays a fine variety of pomegranates.
B. W. Pratt of Tropico displays Yea
man persimmons.
The chamber sent one case of exhib
its to the state board of trade at San
Francitoo yesterday.
The Mystery Nearly Solved.
The crowd that was io attendance at
tbe Egyptian ball, 204 South Spring
street, at 4 o'clock yeaterday afternoon
came near having a aolution of tbe
"Greek etatue myatery" thrown in
along with tbe otber entertainment
free of charge.
Tbe statue was on tha atage and the
manager of tbe illusion, Mr. J. B. Mor
ris, waa before the audience. He had
juat pronounced the magic worda,
''statue will coma to life," when one of
tbe attacbea of the place yelled "Ore!"
The etatue didn't come to life. One
of tbe lava tipa on the atage bad burned
out and a flame of fire ebot from it 10
feet in the air. In an instant tbe cur
tain was all ablaza.
Morris, the manager, heroically palled
off hia coat and waa fighting the fire
single-handed, when Mrs. Morris cams
from somewhere behind tbe acaues, and
together they put it out. It waa all
done co quickly that tbe audience
hardly had time to leave their seats. An
alarm waa turned in from box 31, and
shortly Spring atreet wae full ol fire en
einee, boee carta, chemicals, atreet oars
and people.
Chief Moriarty dreaaed Mr. Morris'
burned hands with cooling lotiona from
bia little medicine cheat. No damage
waa done except that the fixturea of
the atage were scattered around pretty
promiscuously.
An Expensive Bath.
Edward Loomia, • young fellow ac
cused of finding tbinga before tbey ever
were loat. waa tried in department one
yeaterday before Judge Smith and •
jury.
It developed by tbe evidence sub
mitted by tiie proaecution that on Sep
tember 9th laat Milton K. Young, esq.,
an attorney of tbia city, waa taking a dip
in tbe ocean at Santa Monica, and waa
assigned dressing room >. o. 107 at the
North Beach bath house. It being too
cold to remain very long in the water
Young, after a preparatory aort of dip,
made a hasty retreat to hia dreasing
room but waa confronted by the defend
ant coming out. As be bad aecnrely
locked and tried the door before leaving
the bath house Young's auepiciona were
aroused and they were not allayed when
Loomis explained that he had found tbe
door open and waß eimply cloaing it
wben detected. Young made an exam
ination of hia belongings and upon find
ing tbat about $5 wortb of silver had
been abatraoted from bia clothing be
caused Loomia to be arreated, and a
aimilar sum of currency oi like denom
ination waa found upon his person.
He waa charged with burglary, bat
while the circumstances were of a
strongly auspicious character tbe benefit
of the doubt waa given tbe defendant by
tbe jury wbo acquitted bim.
For rhenmatiem I have found nothing
equal to Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
relieves the pain aa soon as applied,—J.
W. Young, West Liberty, W. Va. The
prompt relief it afforda ia alone worth
many times the coet, 50 cents. Its con
tinued uae will effect a permanent cure.
Por Bale by off & Vaughn, corner Fourth
and Spring atreata, and C. F. Heinze
tuerj, 222 North Main street, druggiate.
JOTTINGS.
Wvracr'l Klmberley,
158 N. Main, opposite old court house. Ppocs
and eye-glasses a specially. Fine watch and
jewelry repairing. Also diamonds uud hue
Jewelry at lowest tlgures. Wagner, the old re
liable jeweler.
Our Home Brew.
Maier <fc Zobeleln's lager, froih from th?lr
brewery, ou draught in all the principal sa
loons; delivered promptly iv bottles or kegs.
Oflice and brewery, 411 Alisa street, tele
phone 91. _
Stop Paying Rent by Building
Through the Savings Fund and Building So
ciety of lx>s Angeltß. Monthly payment?.
Twelfth annual series now open. li. 11. Grasett,
secretary, room 103 Wilson block, First and
Spring.
Mirrors, both Frencn and German pl'le, can
now be had at a great saving on former prices.
French mirrors, both plain and beveled; also
oeveled platea made to order. All worlt guar
nutecd. H. Raphael & Co., 440 B. Spring st.
Orchardists, Look Out!
Dou't buy nny trees until you havo consu'tel
Jerome Caldwell, gcneial agent Alexander .v
Hammon'snurseries. Biggs, Cal. Oflice, Nalica
house, Los Augcles.
The Finest Flavored Oysters
In bulk and cans, 80 cenls, full quart;; line, fat
and juicy. Cans, 50 cents. Discount to hotels
aud tesluurauu. Fieu lm v i man's nott Market.
Fine Fruits and Vegetables.
Everybody says Richnidjoii, Lowry a Co.,
ion K. First st„ bAve ill ? nioaai and nil a v is
fiuit store in Los Angeles. Telephone I'l'd.
Columbian Coal.
Try our Columbian lump coil, tr"* per lon
delivered to nny pai' ol ihe city. Hancock
Banning, 130 Weat Second st.
Guitar Lessons.
Kfanltili method, rapid mid progressive, by
l'rof. Arevelo, room 1-0 Wilson b ocii.
Tbe Park church fair and supper this even
lug, rain or shine.
Kcitzke A Speck, funeral directors and ota
balracrt, K3U Souiu Mala (treat, Tsi, 191%
LOS ANGELES HERALD, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7. 1894.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Yesterday's Baalaewe ea the New York
Stock Bxettangn.
Net/ Vobk, Dec. ll.—The general market was
irregular and unsettled during the gieater part
of the day, but closed talriy firm, with a major
ity of the list lowtr than at tbe olose yester
day.
Railroad bonds ware eailar.
Government bonds were firm.
State bonds were must.
STOCKS AHD SOUPS.
New Yoaa, Dec. 6.—The closing quotations
were:
OS ss, reg 110 Norfk <k Wat pfd. 4
doos, con 110 N Amer Co 4
do4t.reg 114', Northern Pac ... 4M
do 4s, cou 115' i dopfd lfJi
do 2s. Reg 97 DP, V A Halt.... .1
Pacified! its;i Northwestern .. 97 : '^
Atchlaon 4>, do pfd 140
Adams Ex 141 NY (Tent »8\;
Alton,Torre lite., as NY A N Hat 31?,
dopfd 198 Ontario Si West.. 13>,
Amer Ii 113 Oregon linpt lo
Balto A Ohio. (iti 1 , Oregon Nay 20
CauadaPaciflo.... 5W>, OregonßhortLlue
Canada southtrn. 50 AONortbn... 0
Central P.cifle... 141, Pacific Mall atP*
ChcsAOhlo 17'» Peoria, Dec St It.. 34
Chicago Alton ....145)4 Pittsburg 13(>
Berime oa 7Ua Pnlimati Palace. .154
ChicatoUaa 71*4 Reading HM
Con Has lJ3>i Richmond lsr... lb'*
C C C 4k bt L 38 dopfd 30
Col Ooal Si Iran... 8" a Rio Or Westn left
Cotton Oil 27 do old 48
Doi A Hudson ....1201, Rock Island Ill',
Dela, Lacxawenua si Paul
it Western lfiOU do old 117,*
DA HO pfd 33k. it Paul & Omaha. 33JS
[ Disilliers B', dopfd Ui ; ,
East Term Southern Paclllc. IS),
Erie 11' t sugar Bb*»
dopfd 24 Term Coal A Iron i.v,
Ft Wavne 137 Texas Pacific,.... Us{
Ut Northern pfd.. 100)4 Tol A O Cent pld. 13
Chicago Si Eastern Union Pacitlc ... 12
Illinois pfr> 93 DS Express 1-
Horking Valley 17U Wabash, Hi Louis
Illinois Cent 89 ,w Pacific o*4
8t Paul Si Dulutn. 22 dopfd 14
Kan Si Tex pld— 22'.j Wells-Fargo 105
Date Erie St Weat. 18 Western Union.. H7M
dopfd 70 Whee ingALE 11
Lakeshore 134 do p d 38^4
Lead Trust 39!j Minn" St st bonis. 28
LAN 01 Denver AR 0 ... 10!<;
LSi New Aibanv.. ii ileu Electric 4.V R
Manhattan Con... 105 Mail Linseed.... 19-,*
Mem A ('narlstonf 10 m Foci A I 25),
Mich Central 95 do pfd 70
Mo Pacific. 28 HSi Tex Cent 2!»
Mobile A 0hi0.... 17?* to, A A A North
Nashville Chatt... 85 Mich _ 2',
Nat Cordage. H\ Tot, 8t LAX C. 1
dopfd 15 dopfd 7
N J Central 93*{|
tßld.
Boston, Deo. 6,—The closiig quotations
were:
Atchison *X Mexican UK
Bell Telephone... 19714 San Diego
Burlington. 71".
MONEY QUOTATIONS.
New York, Dec. o.—Money on call easy at
IfaH'i percent; last loan at 1 per cent: oloaed
at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper— ?.' t <i 1., per cent
Sterling exchange—Actual business ln bank
era' bills at $4.84r<a1.88U ior demand and
i?4.87raH.87 l i fottio daya.
Posted ratea-$4.871i(94.8S and $I.BB'j®
4.89.
commercial bills—£4 81)34.86)
BUrer certificates—6l! 4 .
Sin Francisco. Dec. B.—Sight drafts on New
Yora, per .f lot), par.
Teltgraphic, fie
Sterling hills en London, bankers' CO-day
bills, 84 86?,,
London, Dec. 6.— Bank of England discount
rate, 2 per cent.
Consols—lo2?,.
MIXING SHARKS.
Sax Francisco, Doc. 6.—The official closing
quotations for mlalng stocks today were as fol
lows;
Alta 23 Julia. —
Alpha Con 12Jastloe 23
Andes 38 Kentuek Con. 02
Belcher. 80 Lady Wash C0n.... —
Belle lale Mexican til
Beit A Belcher. 63 Mono —
Bodie Cou 53 Mt Diablo 10
Bullion 1 . Navajo
ButwerOon oo!occidental Coa 07
Caledonia 10 Jphlr 180
ChalleogeCon htt oierman 11
Cnollar. 53>Potoai 43
Confidence 95;3avace. 35
Con Cal A Va 350 Seorplon
Con Imperial 01 sieira Nevada 01
Con New York Silver Kill —
Crown Point 56 Silver King —
Excbecqnar — Onion Con 36
Gould A Carry 4ottahioii 07
lirand Prise {Yellow Jacket SO
Hale A Nor cress. .. 951
San Francisco Grain Market.
San Francisco, Dec 6.—Net caih prlcei
were as follows:
Flour—Family extras, $;!.40'.3 55: Bakers'
extra, $3.30(53 40; saperSne, [email protected]
Wheat—Tbe market waa a trifle weak thia
morning. No. 1 shipping, 93% c; choice
stock, 90c: milling, 97 ! ,ci9s 1.00; Walla
Walla, 90C*92!4c for choice.
Baney—The market is unsettled and trade
light. Fair to aood, [email protected]; a c; brewing,
!>0(g.9f,0; ohoice. 82 3 iCa)Bsc.
Oats In poor demand. Quotations are ai
follows: Milling, Bnrprise
$1.05j*1.15: fsncy.eed, *1.02-J5t1.07!,: goo i
to chulce, Hoii9, v,c: poor to fair, 85(d)87%o:
black, $1.1531.30; red, $1.07^(01.10; gray,
82;jC(951.00.
Bank of England Bullion.
London, Dec. 6.—The amount of bullion
gone from the Bank of England on balance wai
£83,000. _____
Silver Bullion.
San Francisco, Dec. C—Bilver bars, 61!..®
per ounce.
Mexican dollars, 00'.,051c,
Nkw York, Dec. ti.—Sliver ban, 61\ic per
ounce.
London, Dec. 6.—Silver bullion, par ounce,
28V.J.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Dec. ti.—The wheat market opened
weak aud cloied steady for May.
May corn closed at 49% c.
Oats cloaed at 531.0 ior May.
In the provision market May pork, rlbi and
lard closed higher.
Leading futurea cloied as follows:
Wheat, No. 2—
December. r>s\
May oOX
July (il ®MA
Com, No. 2—
December 47'
January 4054
May 4!);,
Oati, No. 2—
December. 29« i
January 32-'{
May 32%
Cash quotations were aa follows:
Flour-Steady; Winter paten s, 12.5002 70;
straights, $2,250*2.50; spring patents. $3 loa
3.20; stralgtits, [email protected]; bakers', $1.85®
2.25.
Wheat-No. 2 spring, [email protected]; No. 3, nom
inal; No. 2 red, .v,v«,,i;
Co.-n-No. 2, 47' ~
Oats-No. 2, 21>!;; No. 2, 3i\i®32\i\ No. 3,
white. 32.
Kye-No. 2,48 c.
Bar ey—No. 2, [email protected]; No. 3, 49353; No.
4, sti(a)slc.
Flaxseed—No. 1*1.48.
Tlmothv--Prime, $5.00.
Mess pork-Per hoi, $12 00J512.10.
Lard-$U 87' i.
Short rlbbs-sldcs, loose, $ii.oO(d>6.lo.
Shoulders—Dry salted, $5.50C«5 021*.
Short clear sides—Boxed, $»!.37l [email protected]
Wblaky— DisliHera' finished goods, $1.23 per
gallon.
On ihe produce exchange today the bultei
market was steady; cicamery, 11® 21c; dairy,
129210,
Kggs—Steady at 22g523c.
maaa chain mare*ts.
Liybriool, Dec. li.—OIos?: When, quiet:
demand uiadera-e: No. 2 lied Winter, 5s 2d;
do Spring, 5t 2d; No. 1 bard Msuitnb*, 5s
81; No. 1 California, Ol 5.' 3 d. Futures firm;
December, Ol Id; Jmuary, Bl lWd: Februa
ry, 5s lid; March, 5s 3d; April. 5a l&dj May.
0» 21,4.
Am rican m'xed, 5»: December, bs; Januarys
AaOUd; February, 4u 5Ud; March, 4s r>' 3 d;
April, 4so'.;d; May, 4■ lid."
Hour—Dull; demaud moderate; Bt, Louis
fancy winter, G« 3d.
Hops—At Loudon (Pacific coast) £9 10s.
Ban Francisco, Dec. o.—Wheat, strong; May,
$1.05!*
Birt.y—Firm; December, 88c; May.
Corn—sl.2s.
Bran—fi&BO.
Petroleum.
Nkw Yobk. Dec. li.—Petroleum, steady;
Pennsylvania oil aaiea, none; January option
sales, none; closed al HS'je bid; Lima oil sales,
none.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS
Grain and Hay.
tDealera' 1
Ba at, ky—l'er cental.
Con.N'-Petcental, yellow ■l,OOAl.05; white,
1,10.
Whkat—Per ceiilal, No. a, OOr/iilrl.OO.
lU.-P.r ua, alfalfa, tlo.O03u.01i; bar
ley,sl4.oO(caill.OO; oat, $14.O0®15.0O; wheat,
•13.00ua14.00.
I3rled Fruit*.
[Buyers quotations.)
Araicorrs—Por lb., choice, 6®tPia: fair, BU
Ooc.
Pit»vH«s—Far lb., teuoy, 6)4#6»»0j choioe,
0»(l'*c; fair. 4i»(»5o.
Pkme— Per lb., choice bleached, 4c; fair, 2
@3c.
Pkihe«—Por lb., graded, 4;;s I. 1 a o; uugreded.
4c.
Milt stair*.
[Jobb-n' quotations.]
Barley— Per jenial, $\.OO.
Corn—Per cental, $1.15.
Wheat—Per cental, No. 1, $1.05.
Flour—Per bartel, looal extra family, $3.40;
northern, $3.75.
Fkkd—Bran, per ton, $21.00; aborts, $23.00;
cracked com, per cv t., $1.20; utul feed, $1.25:
rolled barley, $1.05.
Hairy Prod nets.
Buttrr—Fancy creamery, 2ld ami area. 55
<i»s7'»c; fancy dairy, 28 ounce squares, 40<a)
43c; choice, 28-ounco squares, :isC<y37>,e.
Cheese—California, half cream, per lb., 10c;
Ido full cream, VtUft; Young America, 14,', c;
i amaU, (3 lb hand) l.>> e«M. rn.luil cream, 15
i (*K>c;ilomeatlcßwia*, old, l7(otjlSc; now, 1J«
j 18c; Imported Swiss. SStiJBOc; Llruburger, do
meatlc. i4®l6c; Imported. [email protected]
l'oultry and Kegs.
Poultry—Per doz., hena, 5-1.00,(4.25; old
roo.tcrs, $3.30.a>t-O0; young roosters, $3.75(6
4.23; bronerj, $3.5.044.40; turkeys, 10® 12c u«r
lb.; dneaa, per doz., $3.5044.50; gee*?, per
bead, 76c,
Rous—California ranch, 30®310 per doz.;
eastern. 23®24c.
Farm and Garden Produce.
Beans—Per lOOlbs., Lady Washington, $3.00
Lime $4.50; nayy, $3.00J}3 25; pint, $2.25®
2.50,
Bur.TS-ler 100 lb?„ 00c.
Cahbaok—Per 100 lot. 50965 a,
Carrotj—Per 109 lbs., 00c.
CiiiLEa—Dry, per Biting, $1.00®1.25; green.
5c per lb.
Onions-Per 100 1b3., 90c.
l'AßSNirs— Per 100 lbs., $1.
Potatoes—Per 100 lbs,, pinkeyes, 75c; Bur
banks, 85c; BallUßs,sl.lo.
Sweet Potatoes—per 100 lbs., 80a
Tom/toes—Per box, 50c.
Waali?*—Per 100 iv«., 90c
Nats.
Almonds—Per lb., paper oholl, 13915 c; aoft
shell, 1 lot 12c; hard shell, B®9c.
BRAZILS—Per lb., I0(7412> 3 e.
Filberts—Per lb , lligls^c
Peanuts—Per lb., raw, otjSvei roasted, 7®!>c.
Walnuts—Per lb., first grade softsbell. 8c;
first grade hardshell, 6'io; second grade hard
shell. sc.
I reeh Meat*.
Butchers' prires tor whole carcasses.
Beef—First qaalitv, -li 3 c.
Veal— Range, heavy, -IViSiPjC; do light, 5®
3'„ c; dairy,
Mutton - 4',jjsc; spring lamb, [email protected]
POSK-7C.
Pro vi»lon*.
Hams—Rex, local smoked, par lb, Da
fl- me. He; Boueleas, 9' v c: Picnic. 7'.,^.
Bacon— Kex, boneleas breakfast, 11 lie; Defl
au >.c. He.
Dbisi) Beef—Sets, l'JVe: inside, 14c.
Ha Por.K—Half bbl., $9.00.
Lard—Tienes ivory comp, per Rex,
pnre leaf,
Freah Frails.
Lemons—Fancy, $3.0004.00 per box; mixed,
ati.sojßi2.sa
CRANHKRr.iEi—SI2.OOIr)I2 30 per bbl.
ArrLEif—Bel 111 oner. $1.750j)2,
Moiioy and Beeswax.
Honey—Comb, per lb, 15c; extractal, 8c
Beeswax—Per lb, 20®2Dc.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Thursday. Dae, 6.
J M Whitaker to W H Vedder-E 10 acres ot
Raneho Santa a into, Grojan trt I $4000.
C H Warner to A hafferty—E U of lot 27, bl
27, Wolfskill Orchard trt; $'0.
Same to M J Walsh—Lot 28 and W>4 of lot
27, bl 27, WoifskilUlrchard trt; $10.
M s Benedict to E L Roche—Lot 37, Alcan
tara Grove trt: $700.
Cline, sheriff, to 0 Connell—Lot on New High
street aa per 18—464 deeds; $1692.17.
S T Bales to J Frizell—Lot 5, Pottet's sub, bl
3, Ntohoia' add, WL A; $2000.
J J Maloney to 8 H Streeter—Lota 17 and 18,
bl B, Maiu atreet trt; $500.
Los Angeles Savings bank to H V Stokeley—
Lot 29, Loa Angeles Fruliland Association trt;
$1500.
GRunkeltoLL6heldon-Lotl6, bl 1, Fair
view trt; $850.
A Huber to S J Pauly— Lota 13 and 14, How
ard trt: $10.
W P Webb to T Stone—Lot 15 and part of 16,
Painter's replat Painter & Ball trt, Paaadena;
$9000;
Cliue, sheriff, to 8 W Qarrettson—Lota 9 an d
10. Lincoln Aye Syndicate trt; $3700.
Whlttler Cemetery asan to A J Stevens—Lot
4, bl I, Whittier cemetery; $35.
J D Hart to E L Doheney—Lot 12, bl 4, L A
Imp Co* sub lot 8, bl 39, H 8, agi to cuuvev;
$100.
A C Wirtney to M E Buttle—Lot 6, bl 7, Gar
vanza; $630.
E S J*y lo C M Jay—Lot 28, Annandale trt
and lota 12 to 14, Garvanza; $5.
J H Gaffln to M N Avery—Nß'i o! NE'. aec
8, T 1 «, R 10 W; $10.
TCaasidy too W ktarriaUß— Lot 12, blk 8,
City Center trt: $1500.
EH (JaPendar to A Lenzlnger-Stj! lot 46,
Mills & Wicks' snb, seca 8 and 9, T 3 S, R 14
W; $10.
FHGridleyto W M Humphreys— H l A NU
sec 22, T 4 N, Rls W; $6000.
0 W Wltham to R Jones—Lot 5, Bell & Ma
oomber trt; $2UO.
Same to F McKwen—Lot 6, same trt; $200.
W C Booerlson to Q A Cortelyou—Lot 10, blk
2, Wl liamson trt; $10.
J McLaughlin to R Devlne—Lot on Bnena
Vista st (7-11); $5000.
J n Qwln to A . Stevens—Und \4 lots 13 and
14, blk 11, Whiltier; $400.
E F Marsh to H Blckenburg—69 lota in Ray
moed addition, Pasadena: $2722.25.
H D Duboce to W Grossman—Lots 25 and 26,
blk 11, Wolfehlll Orchard trt; $10.
J L B'acknian to P D Nieto—Lot 4, blk 2,
Moulton's addition: 8275.
H Until to M Rawson—Lot 10, blk 9, Ames'
firstanb, Vernon; $150.
8 Hlrshmau to P B Sturareon—Lot 59, West
End Terrace irt; $10.
J H (iulnloii to H Sherer—Land formerly
owned by V Abila: 1350.
T E Beatty to J Roberta—Lot 54, Sonth Side
trt; $500.
P Maori v to N X Smith—Lot 24, blk F, Mor
ris Vineyard sub. 3—38; $2500
J A Forthmxnn to S Maier—Lot 27, blk 3,
Sanchez trt; $1250,
A J Wallace to E S Crump—Lot 8. Wallace
Brosaub, Ban Paequal trt, Pasadena: $720.
H J Bhang to C H Warner—Lot 32, blk 22,
Wolfskill Orcnard trt; $10.
0 H Warner to H J Sbaug—Lot 34, blk 22,
same trt; $10.
D W Field to R H Howell—Lots 1 to 5, blk
105, Bellevne Terrace trt, and other property;
$29,350.
SUMMARY.
Deeds 46
Nominal 20
Total $76,033.92
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bag. Factory 344 N. Maiu sL
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New York Stocks
S. F. Wheat and Barley
Bought, sold and carried on margins. Dally
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SOLD IN LOS ANGELES, CALF. Br GODFREY
& MOORE 108 8. SPRING, DRUGGISTS.
Baker Iron Works
950 TO 960 BUENA VISTA ST.,
LOS ANGELES, . CAL..
Adjoining 8. P. Grounds. Tel 124.
Notice of Special Administrator's
Sale of Personal Property at Pri
vate Sale.
TN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS AN
A geles county, state of California—ln the
matter of the estate of Camille Liikan, de
ceased.
Notlco is hereby given that in pursuance of
an order of the superior court of the county of
l.os Angeles, state of California, made on the
3d day of December. 1894, lv the matter oi the
estate ol Camille Elikan, deceased, the under
signed, M. L. Wolff, special administrator of
said estate, will sell at private sale to the high
est bidder, for cash, lawful money of the
Unit d States, and subject to tbo approval of
said superior court, on Monday, Deeembrr 10,
1894, at 12 o'clock m., al the law olHce of Max
Locwenthal,esq., in the Dticommun block at
the northeast corner of Main arid Commercial
streets, in tho city of Los Angeles, Los Angeles
county, California, all the right, title and in
terest of the estate of said Camille Klikan, de
ceased, at the Mmc of bis death, nnd all the
right, title and interest that the aaid estate
has by operation of law or otherwise acquir d,
other than or In addition to that of aaid Ca
mille Elikan at the time of bis death, ln and
to all of the stock of gooda, together with the
fixtures other than the counters and shelv
ing, and together with the horse aud wagon
and scales and otber personal property appur
tenant and incident to and used in the store
or business carried on by the said deceased In
his lifelime at the town of Long Beach, Los
Angeles county, California.
An inventory of said stock of gooda may be
seen at the said office of said Max Loewenthal,
esq., and an inspection of said goooa andother
personal property may be had at the aaid store
in the town oi Long Beach occupied by the
aaid Camille Elikan, deceased, in hia lifetime,
at any time up to the making of said aale,
upon application to the said Max Loewenthal.
Terms and conditions of sale, cash, lawful
money of the United States; ten percent of
the bid payable at the time of sale nnd balance
upon the approval by the court. Bids or offers
may be made at any time after the first publi
cation of this notice and before the making of
the sale. All bids or offers must be in writing
and left at the said office of said Max Loewen
thal. Esq.
Dated December 6, 1894.
M. L. WOLFF.
Special Administrator of the Kstale of said
Camille Elikan, deceased.
Max Loewenthal, Attorney for said special
administrator. td
Date of first publication l>ec. 6, IROt.
Proposals for Supplies for the Wbit
tier State School.
In pursuance of tbe motion of the board of
trustees of the Whlttler State school, sealed
proposals will be received by tbe superintend
ent of said school, at his office, In Wbittier.
Los Angeles county, California, up to J2
o'clock m , Saturday, December 15th, 1894, for
furnishing tho following supplies lo the said
school for the year 1895:
Said supplies to consist of
1. Coffee; tea, syrup, lice, etc.
2. Canned goods.
3 Groceries.
4. Butfr eggs, cheese and yeast.
5. Salt fish, lard and pork.
6. Flour aud mer 1.
7. Barley, bran middlings, etc,
8. Beans, potatoes, elc.
9. Beef, mutton and pork.
10. Gasoline and coal oil.
11. Wood and coal.
12. Flannel, casalmere and blankets,
13. crockery and Glassware.
14. leather and shoo findings,
15. brooms ami brushes.
16. Caps and hats.
17. Furultureand mattresses.
18. ice.
111. Drugs.
20. stationery.
All partiesor lirma desiring to bid will ad
dress Superintendent of the Whiuier State
Reboot, Wbillicr, Cal., for terms and specifica
tions and blank forms.
lv oder to preserve uniformity and to facili
tate the award il lias been resolved to receive
lie bids unless made upon bUnk lorins turn
islied by the superintendent.
The number ol class bid for should be plainly
marked on outside of envelope containing bid.
ANDREW MULLEN, President.
FRANCIS X IIAYXES,
VV, C, PATTERSON. 15
Losloples Terminal R'y
IN EFFECT MONDAY, BBPT. 24, 1804.
Loa Angeles depot): Eaatend First it. and
Dow nay aye. bridge*.
Ltav« - Pasadena lor
Faladen*. Los Angelei.
f 6:35 am t 7:15 a.m
• 7:10 s.m * 8:05 a.m
• 8:00 a.m * 0;05 a.m
•O:TK)a.m •}0 :3ft ».»
•10:30 a.m '12:30 p.m
•12.28 * i^P'" 1
• 1:40p.m * 3K13 p.m
• 8:00 p.m * 4;05 p.m
• 4:oopm * 5:26 f- m
• 5:20 p.m ' 7:05 p m
• 6:20 p.m * 8:05 p.m
• 11:30 pm »J^ ; ' 5 * m
1 9:30 p.m 110:13 n m
Downey ay« .ne leaving tiiae7 PilnnV" '»t«r.
Leave Loa ABgeie* tot Leav«"Altadena Juno
Al'adena Junction. tion for loi Angelei.
• 9soo ».m •10:10 n.m
110:30 a.m |12:00 m
• 1:40 p m * 2:40 p.m
. 4:00 p.m * PIWI I'm
All iraius s »rt from '•urn st. oenoi
Leavo Loa Angeles foi Leave Gleurta.e for Loi
Olendale. Angeles.
f 6:40 a.m | t 7:26 n.m
1 8:15 am I 9:12 a.m
112:38 p.m t 1:30 p. m
IS :23 p m 1 • 6:13 P-rr
Leava Lot Aoge ci for lAiavei East sau Pedro
Long Beach and Btat for
Son Pedro. Los Augeles.
t 7:23 n.m
• 9:55 a.m 1 7:50 a,ra
t 1:05 p.m )12;20 a.m
t Dlta p.m t 3:10 p.m
I 6:00 j — I. t 4|l3n,m
Between Ea-t San Pedro and Long B.*oh 10
minuter.
Rt'Bltl CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN
Trains leave Los Aogebs at 9 a.m., 1:10 and
4 p.m. daLy, and 9 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 1 : 10 p in.
and 4 p.m. Sundays.
Fin*. i>avllt"H and hoiel. Granil scenery.
*B*ll|>. fDally ixoept B«nd*ys. t«nnd»y»
mat.
til go* meet thai a. m. andl2t2s p.m. tralna
at Pasadena for Mt. Wilson 00 new tralL
Paa**naeri leaving Los Angeles on tha •a.
as. train lor Ml. Wilson can return samo dcv.
Bpecial rale* to ezounlon aud plcalu partioa
Depots eaatend ot Firstst. end Downey aye.
•ridges.
City ticket oflce at A. B. Qrsenwald'i algaal
•atore, corner First aad Spring sts.
Oeaeral oaaaes: Flrat st depot.
T. B. BURNETT, General Manager. I
W. WINCUP, Oan. Pamenger
Mt. Lowe Railway
FOR TIME TABLE SEE LOI ANGELES
TERMINAL RAILWAY.
Redondo Railway
NO. 13—IN EFFECT SA. M., FRIDAY
OCT. 12, 1894.
Loa Angalei Depot: Corner Grand avenue
and Jifteraon stroet. Take Grand avenue cab'e
01 Main street and Agricultural Park horse cara
Trains leave Trains leave
Los Ange'.ea Redondo
forßeiouda lor Lo* Angolas.
9:05 a.m. daLy 7:30 a.m. daily
1:35 a.m. dally 10:30 a.ro. daiiy
3:30 p.m. daily 4:10 p.m. dally
•8:05 a.m. '6:45 a.m.
•Saturdayi and Sundays only.
For rate* on f eight and pasiangora apply at
room 43a Bradbury building, corner Third and
Broadway ('Phone 1364), or at depot, corner
Grand avenue and Jefferson it. ('Phone No, 1
Weil).
D. McFARLAND, Preitdent.
J. N. SUfTON, superintendent.
Painless Dentistry
Fin* Gold Filling" '
AtiKas&t w° k. n tnd Br " ( *
/aaftt )?*eA BJ£T TEETH, $8.
*kMilnio7 a ii?iri^^
Notice.
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN, THAT WlLL
■am Banning will apply to the honorable,
lie board of supervisors 0' !■"« An eles county,
slate of California, at a meeting of said board
at its meeting room, nt the court houae of Los
Angeles county, in the cUj vi Los Angeles,
conntv of Los Angles on Wednesday, the 3th
day o( December, 1894, at 10:30 o'clock a. nr.,
of that day or as soon tberealter cs the matter
can be heard, for a an *nt of anthorltv to aaid j
William Banning to construct and maintain a
wharf on binds bordering on and extending
into the Inner lay of Ban Pedro, within and !
borderlne upon tbe county of Los Ang.les, |
State of ( ulitornia, ami more particularly de
scribed, and telng w il bin the following bound
aries to wit:
All that portion of tbe inner bay o' Sau Pe
dro which is included within tho following
metes and bounds to wit:
Beginning at a point upon the west aide of
Hie main channel of the Inner bay of Snn Pe
dro, nt Ihe southeast co uer of tbe wharf site
applied for by W. (1. Kerckhoff, which point
bears easterly 267 feet at right angles to the
center 01 the traok of the 8 P. K. It. fr.im thu
first bent 16 feet south of the orlh cud of the
irestle of the 8. P It. R., No. bO5 8., tue cap of
said bent being rnnrked B.
Said point of beginning being on the line of
the wharf ol llio San Pedro Lumber company,
produced; thence *cst rlv at right angles to
saldS P. R. R. 50 feet; tlence southerly par
nliel with said 8. P. IL R. /*3 feet; thence at !
right angles westerly 167 feet to tho line of
right Of way of the s. p R. R. r> ) feet easterly ]
of the center of the track of said S p. R. It.;
theno* southerly along trme 50 feet: thence ;
easterly at right angles to said S. P. K. It. 220 :
feet, more or less, to the line of hp id San Pedro
Lumber company's wharf, produced; theucc
along same northerly 123 feet, to the place of
beginning.
And for authority to receive ond take tolls
for the use of said wharf.
Dated at Los Angeles CaL. this 22d day 0
October, H9L
12-5 fri 4t WILLIAM BANNING.
I PROPOSALS FOR FRAME HOSPITAL
building—U. 8. lodian industrial School,
Ferria,OaL, Novomb r 30, 1894. reeled pro
posals, endorsed: "Fropo'alß for Building,"
and addressed to the undersigned at Ferria,
Cat., will be received at this school until 1
o'cluck p. m. of Friday, December 28, 1994, for
furniihiug the neces ary materials and labor
and erecting aud comp etlng on the lite se
lected, at thi< school, one two-story frame
hospital building, as per the pi .ns and specifi
cations, which may be examined at the ollice
of the Herald of Los Angeles, Cel., and at thli
•chool.
The attention of bidders Is invited to the
•et of congress npprov.d August 1, 1892, en
titled: "An act relating to tho limitation of
tho houra of daily scrvicaof laborers and me
chanics employed upon the public works ol
tbe United elates and of the District of Co
lumbia;" also "An act for the protection of
persons furnishing material and labor for the
construction of puplic works," approved Au
gust 13, 1 MM.
'i he right is resened to reject any or all bids
or any part of any bbl ii dceraei for the best
interests of the a jrvlco.
bidders will state In their bids tha length of
time required in tne construction of tbe
building.
CRRTIFIEI) ( HECKS.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified
check or draft upon some United States de
posltor/or solvent national bank in the vi
cinity of the tesidence of tho bidder, made
rayaole to the order of the Commissioner vf
Indian Affairs, for at least llve,per cent of the
amount of the proposal, wbieh check or draft
will bo fo.foiled to the United Ststca 111 oso
any bidder or bidders, receiving an award,
shall fall to promptly execute a contract wlih
good and sufficient sureties, otherwise to bo
returned to tbe bbblor.
Bids accompanied by ca = h In lieu of certi
fied check-MVlll uot be considered.
For any further information apply to
12-1 211 WM. F. T. BItAY, Superintendent.
Assignee's Notice of Sale.
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGE-
Iea county, atate of California, ln the mat
ter of Frederick Dallmer, insolvenb Case No
21 048.
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to an
order of the superior couil of Los Angeles
oounty, state uf California, made November
9th, 1894, iv the matter of Frederics Dallmer.
insolvent, Luclen D. c. Cray, assignee df said
insolvent, will sell at pub ie auction, for cash,
gold coin of the Untied Statea, 011 the Ist day
ot December, 1894, at 12 o'clock m., at the
court houae door, at Temple street entrance,
the fo lowing real estate, situate in the city uf
Los Angeles, county of t.os Angeles, state of
California, aud more particularly described aa
follows, to-wlt: lot No. thirteen (13), block
A, vf the Fort Hill tract.
I.UCIEN 1) C. GRAY,
Assignee of said Frederick Dallmer, insolv
ent.
The above sale la hereby postponed to the
eighth day of December, 1894, st tne same
place and tbe same hour. .
8 1.. D. C. GRAY, Aasignee.
OOUTHBRN CALIFORNIA RAILWAY—
O li»ni» Ku Rome). I
IN EFFECT NOVBMBLR 4, 1894.
Trains leave aud are due lo arrive at Loi AJa>
galea (La Grande Statlonl Flrat itreet
ana Sauta Fe evuntie.
Leave For Los AWitLonT |Arr. lrom
6:oopm Obicago Limited I 9:33* m
':00am overland Express-■• I «:30pm
B:ir>am ..San Diego Coaai Lin...! '1:13 pm
'4:2opm ..Ban Dleao Coast Line. o:4spm
,' :o«am San Bernardino o:3ft am
11:00 am *f):sftam
•4:oOpm via '1:35 pm
5:0O pm Paaadena 6:30 pat
7, :W °«m' .Rlveralde 'I:3spm
6:ooam ...viaßan Bernardino... 6:3opm
•11:00 amißlvmlde <t San Bernar- 10:15 am
4;2opm dloovia Orange (I:4spm
•11:00 am viallo :15 am
4:20 pm ( .Orange aue Rlveralde.. *6:45 pm
7:00 am; .Redlanda, MeTitoiT - 19:35 am
9 AMI aro j and »0:55 am
•4:00 pm! Highlands *1:35 pm
s:oopm i via Faaadena 6:30 pm
7:0O am ; .. . Monrovla.~Ain.ae.... ~*7 :3sam
9:00 am; 8:.)0am
1:38 pm 10:35 am
•4:00 pm ! and *0:84»m
t? :00 pm! 'liH&pm
.> :30 pm y.iftum
5 :Sopm|. .iDtarmedlateßtatleas.. H:3O pm
7:00 am Paiadena "~F-86 am
0:00 am Paaadena B'3o am
l:j«spn>! faaadena 0:35 am
•4:00 pm Pasadena •9 -55 am
:> :00 pm Pasadena *1:83 pm
•3:30p~i Faaadena 3 55 put
6:sopm| Paaadena 0:30 pai
8:15 am | Santa Ana 8:48 am
•2:00 pm I Santa Ana •1:15 pm
4:2opm| SantiAua 6:15 urn
7:52 ami fanta Monica 0:45 am
10:15 am I Sauta Monica 3:45 pm
4:45 Dm Santa Monica U:3ipm
10:00 ami Redondo 8:21) am
4:45pml Redondo..- B:4spm
'7:00 am •sen Jacinto.vla Paasdenej M :S5 pm
•0:00 am San Jacinto,via Paaadena: '0:30 pm
•11:00 him -tan Jacinto, via Oraug. •6:45 pm
'H:00 am Tom culs, via l'aaaden« 'I:3spm
•11:0 i» am i...Temecula, via Orange
•8:15 ninl Kacnndldo, via Const I.i in *1:15 pm
«4 :2i>nm Bscnud 'lo.vl" Const Lln»
* Dally sxctpt Sunday, t Sunday only. tSat
unlay only. All other trains dally.
' Trains via Faaadena line arrive at Downey
; avenue atation seven minutea earlier and leave
aeven minutea later.
Palace vosiibu'ed sleepers, upholstered tour
ist cara, through to Kansas City and Chicago
dally. Personally conducted excursions to
Boston every Thursday. For rates, sleeplng-cai
reservations, etc. call on or address
E. W. M'GEE,
City Passenger and Ticket lent, 120 North
Spring atreet, and La Grande btatlon, loi
Angelas.
H. G. THOMPSON, General Passenger Agenl
gOI'THERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
TIME TABLE-nTiVEMBEB 1, 1804.
Leave lor , Arrive.
Friday, j ."Sunset Limited". ( Saturday,
4:00 am I . ...New Orleans.... I 6 10pm
Fa turd ay. ! j Friday,
640 pm l t . San Francisco... ( 3:20 a.m
2:00 p.m -»v Fran A: sacraui'to I :3d a.vi
7:45 p.m San Fran At saeraru'io 1:48 p.m
2:00 p.m Oideu A East, 2d class 7:30 a.in
7:45 pm Ogdon <t East, Ist class 1:46 p.m
7:45 p.m Fori In nd. Ore 7:30 am
8:30 a.m...ft Paso urn But... 7:00p.m
8:30a.m1.. Doming aud East...i 7 00 o.m
8:30 a.u> Binning 7:00 pm
Rodlauda s»:23a.m
8:30 a.in Redlanda ;AlO:10 a m
10:31) s.io Redlands I 4:58 p.m
4:30 p.m Redlanda 7:oi)p.nt
Coltoo «'»:23a.iu
8:30 a.m Coiton .vlOHOn.in
10:30 am Colon i 4:58 p.m
4:30 p.m Coiton 7:00 p. ut
R Tar.lde ! e*»:2B a.m
: S:3oa,m Riverside a Hi: to a. <-.i
I 10 30s.ni . RIve r.kte 4:58 p. in
I 4:30 p.m Rlveralde 7:00 p m
| San Bernardino 50:23».m
B:3oa.<i .. ..San B -rnardtno.... AlO:10*.m
1 lu:U>a.ra .Ban Bernardino 4:38 p.:o
\ 4:30 p.ro ...Ban Bernardino. . 7:00 p m
Chino A»:3o*.m
8:30a.0i Chino k9:23 a m
4:30 p.rr ..China AlO:l0a.m
i 5:25 p, re C 111 ao. 4:5s pm
8:50e.r0 "onrovio B:ioa.m
AV:lspn? Monrovia a 12:45 a.m
5.15 '." Monrovia I 4:45 p.ro
7:80 a.m . .Santa B«rrara '< 1:48 p.ra
2:00 p.m... Santa Barbara i 8:35 p. Nt
a 9:32 a.m iauta Ana A Anaheim 1 !»:.«5 » ra
, s:l<> p.m santa Ana A: Anaheim *4:o> pin
l 452p.m Til-tin I 8:41.. m
i A9:4oa.m Whlttler 84laut
I iifttpar ... Whltfer Al:lsp.m
{ 9 25a.n ;;*n« Boh At Stu Pedro B:lftam
12:50 p. ii ' ,on» boh At San Fcdio 11:54 a.ci
5:00 p.n- I.nor RVh ABs n Pedro 4:15 pin
&;m) a. n>l Banta M-nioa 8:00a.m
1 ;10 p. 0...... hanta Mouict 8:51 a.ut
5:15 p.n ... B«nta Monica 12:2 pro.
I 6:25 p.m Santa Monica 4:21 ,».m
i 9:80 a. in i Soldiers' H0m0.... 8:51 a m
6:26 v.m Soldlna' Home 4:21 (on
9:30 a.m . i'.irt Loa Ango es ) 12 12 o.m
I I and > 4:21 p.m
1:10 p.n: (North Beach Stat' aS
{ Cbatswo.-th Fan. l
Train, atari Irom 1 I As:3op.nt
River station (Sau ; I
F rnsnrto ■) 1 mi r II
aSundsys only. ASundnys exepted. Allothe:
trains daily.
CATAI.INA ISLAND.
Gave. arcade Depot. j~ Atmu.~
Monday 11:34 a.m
9:25 a.m Wedno.day
..Thursday 11:54 a.i.i
9:23 a.m. ..B<tn'd«y. .
All of tbo seaside aud l.,cu interior LalnT
: stop at the new ►tatlon. corner of "I at nut
1 Alameda streets. Take Boyle Heights cable
; cars.
pACIFIC COABT STEAMBHIP CO.
Goodall, Perkins At Co., General Agents, Sin
Fraud sco.
Northern routes embrace lines lor Portland,
Ore., Victoria, B. C, and Poget Bound; A aska
and all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR DROEMBBB, 1894.
MATS SAN FKASCISCO.
For— —
Fort Harford S. H. Pomona, Dec. 8,17, 26;
Santa Barbara.. ... Jan. 4,
Ueaondo
Port Los Angelei.. i. 8. Banta Rosa, Dee. 4, 13,
Newport 22, 31; Jan. 9.
Ban Diego
"pot— 8. n. Coos nay, o*o. O. Tft
! East San Pedro,... 24; Jan. 2. ■■' -
I Bsn Pedro and way 8. 8. Enreka, Dee. 2, 11. 20,
ports 89; Jan. l._
Leave rotT lob AWSKLa* and aapoKua
For— id. K. entile Rosa, Dei. 6, 16.
24; Jan. 2. . ■
San Diego Is. 8. Pomona, Pan. 1,10, 10,
I 28: J»B. 6. \
For- IS. »; s-nt* aoaa, Dec. 8, IT,
Ban Francisco 28: Jan. 4. _
Port Harford 9. 8. Pomona, Dad 3,12, 21,
Santa 30: Jan. 8.
LSAVR SAN PROKOANO »AST SAW PKBaO.
~jr o jc; m a. aureka, Dae. 3,14, 23;
Ban Fianclsoo I Jan. 1. „
and S. 8. Cool Bay, Deo, 9, 18,
way port" I 27: Jep. 5.
| Oan to oemnect with stumers vl* Baa Pedro
' leave 8. P. B, B. (Arcade dspoi) at 8 p. BL, and
i Terminal B> R. depot al 6:18 P. aa.
C»rs to oonneot via "• aoß * o J?*** *«»»
j depot at 10 ». m„ or lrom Redondo railway
i
». R. B. depot al 1:10 P. m. lor steaman north
to pians ol staaaaara* cablai at agant's offlc*,
i the steamer or their d»« of s»lllng.
1 st*B»-Kor paaaag* or freight as above or foi
i McTeti to and from all important poles* la
>r.pa,a,»lyto w p
OtBM. No. 194 *T. Baeoii* tC, lm AngsMk
Comp gnie fi nerah Transatlantiqae
KRESCH LIME TO HAVBJI.
COMPANY'S PIER (mEW) NO. 42 NORTH
river, foot of Morlou iL, New York.
Traveler* by this line avoid both travel by
English railway and the discomfort Ol eraee*
lug the cbeuuel ln a small boat.
La hretague, December 1.
La Bourgogne, December 8.
La Champagne, December 16.
La Normandie, December 22. 0
La Breiagne, December 29.
La Gascoane, January 6.
New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Peril,
flrat-claaa $160, s- eoud-cleas $116.
For freight or passage apply to
„ „ A. FORGET, Agent,
. _ 2 Bowling Orean, new York.
J. F. FUQA/.I & CO , agenti, 6 Moatgomar)
aye., San Francisco. Blanch < Itioe, 19 Mtßtr
gomery st. Ticket* are lor isle bj all railroad
aud ateinilbip offlcva,

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