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FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE.
Country Property,
ft2l 000~ FOtt ~
iHxtJ acrM of choice land, 4.2 acres in bear
ing walnuts with a choice assortment ol fruits,
10" acres oialfalfn; house oi 11 rooms, line
large barn, carriage house; artesian well, wa
ter piped to houso and grounds. Included
With the above aro 39 shares of water stock.
>U farming implements, 4 horses, 3 cows,
Wagons buggies, harness, saddles, all com
plete This ranch is located near Fullerton,
the choice walnut district, 20 miles from Loa
Angeles; 2lines of railroad, with trains hourly,
and certainly a great, bargain. Price $21,000.
'T, J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
■14.000—FOR SALE—
The finest houso at Alhamhra, modern and
elegant; surrounded by 20 acres of bearing
Washington navel oranges: splendidly im
proved grounds; barns, carriage house, sheds,
etc.; graded streets ami perfect sewerage;
id us t be sold to close an estate.
T. J. CUDDY, 200 N, Spring st.
f2OOO—FOR SALE—
A new modern 5-room cottage and nicely
Improved lot, 33x125 feet, on Sixth St., close
in; price $2000.
T. J. CUDDY, 200 N, Spring st,
S6OOO-FOR SALE—
50x160feet on First; inadequate improve
ments, now paying 0 per cent interest; price
■0000.
T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
96000—FOR BALE—
A wholesale wine house doing a fino business;
Una location ; long lease and cheap rent; owner
going to Europe; call at once; price $t>ooo.
T. J. CUDDY, 200 M. Spring st.
1J..600-FOR SALE—
•Modern house; 0 bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, Be Wing room, bath, patent closets, largo
kitchen; 10t00x214 feet to alley; nice garden;
paved walks and perfect sewerage: house is
splendidly furnished; all included for only
$3000. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring St.
8800-FOR EXCHANGE—
Twenty acres of land on the line of railroad.
Lankershim ranch; will take diamonds in ex
change. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
$300—FOR SALE—
A finely furnished saloon; very central; only
$300. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
FOR RENT—
A nicely furnished house, close in; BSO per
month. T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring bt.
$450~F0R BALE—
House and nearly a half acre of well im
proved ground, near the car lino and a bar
gain. Trice $450.
T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
81000-FOR SALE—
00-foot lot, San Julian St.; a snap; only
$1000.
BODO—Fine lot on Wall, near 12th; only $000.
$750—Three flue lots on Rreed st., near 4 th.;
Ouly $250 oach.
T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
$7000—FOR SALE—
A lovely modern 10-room house; large ce
ment cellar; lot 00x105 feet, nicely improved;
everything tirsl-class; located on Olive st.;
close in; onlys7ooo. Sei this ifyou want a
fine houso cheap,
21 T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
RANGE~~ANI) "OLIVK LAND. $25 PER
acie. 1200 acres, in tracts to suit. North
ern citrus belt, Butte county. Earliest oranges,
finest fruits; no injurious Frosts; splendid cli
mate; three miles from town aud railroad;
tract specially mentioned In state horticultu
ral re wort. For particulars and terms. Box
40S, Fresno, Cal. 7-13
ACREAGE.— 0-acre tracts ana upwards; six
miles from Los Angeles; near R. R. sta
tion; finest scenery; best society; plenty
of water for irrigation; will have 10 pas
senger trains per day shortly. Crops
good every year. Prices reasonable. W,
ft. HOLABTRD, 404 So. llroadwav, Los
Angeles. 5:30-tf
11 T AY N E—MAYNE—MAYNE—
it I If you are going to buy for an investment
you want the best you can get for ycur money,
no matter what it is. We can save you some
thing ; we don't try to make yon take what you
don't want, but hunt until we find what will
please you. Try us. MAYNE,
0-10 tf 400 S. Broadway.
BALE-280 ACRES 7)>~G00D — FOOT
hill land, all under cultivation, with im
provements, consisting of house, barn, well,
costing $2000; can be had at $20 per acre;
owners are 78 years of age. Address MRS,
MKTA BEHNSKN, Lancaster. Cal. 8-1
FOR EXCHANGE
17 OR EXCHANGE—
; BY JOHN B. COKE.
207 S. Broadway.
A handsome 0-room cottage in Pasadena to
exchange for house and lot in this city; tho
property is clear; owner will assume" small
mortgage.
7-room house, E.L.A., to exchange for ranch.
6*room cottage, Twenty-eighth *t., for un
incumbered property, ranch preferred,
2 laree houses on Burlington aye. for ranch
property.
A handsome residence in Boyle Heights for
ranch.
A neat 0-room cottage on Twenty-fourth st.
for mortgage.
A finely located lot ou Georgia Bell for a
tmali ranch near to city.
2 cottages, E. L. A., for house and lot in city,
A fine cottage, Santa Monica, for Email cot
tage In the city; will assume.
iO-room residence, West Thirtieth St., for
smaller place in city.
6-room cottage, South Flower, for a small
place outside city.
4-room cottage West Twenty-fourth, clear,
for larger place; will assume.
JOHN H. COKE,
0-16,10.21 . 207 S. Broadway.
T^X CHANGE—New house and largo lot,
.it j barn, etc.
1— $4500, mortgage 61700, for clear land or
lois. T his is a line home.
2— 20 acres unimproved, near Rial to, $2000,
mortgage $400, for clear eastern property,
or lots In or near Pasadena.
B—ssoo, lot on Boyle Heights, mtg. $250;
trade equity for horse and surrey."
4—510,000. tine corner in Oakland, two houses ;
trade equity tor land in So, California.
Apply lo real estate oflice, Uollenbcek
Hotel. 22
■yyANTED-
In exchange for a fine residence pmpertv in
Cleveland, Ohio, a good modern home in "Los
Angeles, or would" take well located lots;
Cleveland property Worth $0500, and ia well
rented to a iirst-class, prompt-paying tenant,
ROBERT F. JONES & CO.,
204 Bradbury Block
J~?XCHAS(IK-\YE JUST RECEIVED A LET-
Zi ter from Council Bluffs from which wo
quote: "I have a party here who has the Cal
ifornia fever. He owns 9J10,000 worth of resi
dence and business properly here, all clear of
encumbrance, and line property. Will trade
all or any portion for property there. Can
you get anything for him?" Now, if you want
tome income property in Council Bluff,, let us
know what you have to offer. MAYNi:, 400 S.
Bioadway. -j2
ACRES IN COLoTcADo!
11 a tine stock ranch ; abundance of water;
unlimited ranee aajolning; good buiKiings;
will always bring good cash rent, as it will
always carry 1500 head of cattle; price 810,
-000; no mortgage; owner Is coming to Cali
fornia; wants n home, city or country, and Will
assume some difference. Bring in offers 10 to
12 a in. at real estate office in Hollenbeck
Hotel reading room. 23
Iff YOU HAVE ANYtTuXG TcTTICY, SELL
. or exchange you will tind that it psys toad
venise in the want columns of The Herald
The popularity of these small advertisements
and 'I ne Herald's large and rapidly increasing
circulation insure results. tf
ITtOR EXCHANGE - CALIFORNIA FOR
1 eastern, city or country, Want Pittsburg,
Chicago and vicinity. R. D LIST, IS3U W.
Second, Large list of exchanges. (i-22
TTiOR EXCHANGE — DIVIDEND PAYING
X stock for either vacant or improved prop
erty; will assume or pay some cash. WM. F.
BOSBYSHELL, 116 14 tf
I" JUNE FBDTT RANCHES TO EXCHANGE
' for city property. SMITH BROS., 145 S.
Broadway.
Guod eastern property taken as part pay
ment for fruit ranches. SMITH BROS., 145 8.
Broadway. 6-16 t£
I'TlOft EXCHANGE—2O ACRES FULL BEAR-
Iug fruit, adjoining Los Angeles, value
$15,000, paying goad income, it. D, LIST
**s*A» Yt*. peuuuu. U j
LOS ANGELES
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ART DECORATORS, WALL PAPER, ETC.
SCHW ARTZENBERG & HASKELL. 435 S. lldw
ANALYTICAL CHEMISTS AND ASSAYERS
WaDE & WADE, 109! .j Commercial st.
ARCH'I. WOOD TURNING, ORILLS, SCROLLS
EDWARDS & KOLB, Ul2 S. Spring st,
ATTORNBYS-AT-LAW
H. T. GORDON, r. 0, Maxwell blk., 110 Court.
W. H. SHINN, 205-208, Wilson blk., Bpringit
U. S. HOUSE, 238 W. First st. Tel. ,20.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND ORINDBRS
STRIKEN Si KIRCHNER. 130 N. Main st.
B. W. ,t O. E. HOPPERSTEAD 110 W. Thirds!
10SEPH JAEGER, 252 B. MAIN bet 2d lind 3rd
" BICYCLES
GIBSON BROS., "The Winton." 654 P. Spring..
11. O. HAINES, The March, 335-339 N. L. A. St.
S. LARSEN, Relay cycle, 223 W. Fifth St.
"KEATING," Hawley, King & C 0.,210 N, Main
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS "
FOWLER Si COLWELL, 115 W. Second st.
BRASS WORKS
JAMES JONES Si CO.. College st., near Main.
PACIFIC BRASS WORKS, Up.Main.cor.Alpine,
BOOTS AND SHOES
H. C. BLANKY, 352 South Spr.ng St.
"crockery
pac. crockery 4 tin co., 228 n. l. a. St.
cast-off clothing
S. GREENGART, buy and sell, 107 Cornmorcia,
A. HARRIS, 115 North Los Angeles St,
CARRIAGE WORKS
TIIE TABOR CAR'GE WORKS, 137 W. Fifth St.
EDWARD LLOYD, 227-229 Rcquena. T. 90S.
OWL CARRIAGE WORKS-SOOS. Main St.
CONFECTIONERS AND ICE CREAM MF'RS
ROSS it MULLEIt, 621 S. Broadway. Tel. 1699.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
P. 5L BAIL & CO., N.W. cor. Hill ,fc Eighth sts.
DRUGGIST—WHOLESALE
F. W. BRAITN & CO., 405. 407 N.Main; te1.954.
DELICACIES
FRICKER & ESDEN, Mott Market; tel. 1393.
'DENTISTS ""
ERNEST ALLIN, D.D.S., L.D.S., 175 N. Spring,
L. D. SWARTWOUT, 211 W. First. Tel. 1658.
~~ FRUITS AND VEGETABLES '
LUDWIG & WAGNER, Mott Market. Tel. 550.
FURNITURE-.WHOLESALE
PACIFIC FURNITURE CO., 227-229 E. Fourth
~ GROCERS--WHOLES ALE
HAAS, BARUCH Si CO, 320 to 326 N. L. A. St.
OROCERS '
W. L. PACKARD. 441-443 8. Spring. Tel. 546.
hatThTnufacturers
RUSSELL & WILSON, 113 West Third street.
HARNBSS MADE AND RBPAIRED
L. tl, DROUET. 209 E.Second near Los Ang. St.
HORSE sTIOERS
r. Goodwin, 264 s. Los Angeles st,
HORSE AND PIULETIARKiT
J. A. MoMILLEN, 117 Winston St.
LAW, COLLECTION'S, MERCANTILE RF.P'TS
SNOW, CHURCH & CO. (inc.) bonded $150,000,
211-212Sliruaon. A. 0. Rroderson, rep. att'y.
KILLS rLEAs7TNs¥cTs~AND PLANT PESTS
CIILORO-NAPTHOLEUM, 710 S. Spring St.
" LAUNDRIES
EMPIRE STEAM LAUNDRY, 149 S. Mainst
LATH, WIRE AND PICKET FENCES
PACIFIC FENCE CO., 202 East Second St.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE"
BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL.. 118 Court St.
Liriß MANUFACTURERS
UNION LIME CO., 203 San Pedro St. Tel. 780.
LIVERY STABLES
CALIFORNIA STABLES, 373 N. Mainst. Tel 43
DEXTER STABLES, 712 a Brodway. Tel. 600.
"MACHINE WORKS
MANN A JOHNSON, 1009, 1013 N. Main St
riANTELS, TILES AND HARDWOOD LUnBER
HENRY BOHRMANN, 514 a Spring. Tel. 768.
niSPIT STORE—ALL KINDS OF CLOTHINO
BUY, SELL or exchange, at 636 S. Spring st.
~ MODEL MAKER AND JIACHINE WORKS
F. L. TH ACKER, 124 W. Third St.
' MODISTE
MISS M, FINLEY, 314 W. Seventh St.
PIANOS, SEWING fIACHINES, BICYCLES
WILLIAMSON BROS., 327 S. Spring St.
~ PICKLE AND PRESERVE FACTORY
j FOSTER PRESERVING CO., 241 San Pedrost.
PAWNBROKER
YOUR UNCLE'S PAWNSHOP, 103 S. Matn St.
PHOTO STUDIO
PLAZA GALLERY, 513 N. Main St.
PHOTOGRAPH-LANDSCAPE
F. H. MAUDE Si CO., 211 W. First St.
"physician
DR. WARD, 455 S. Brdway. Rm 24. Tel. 1421
RESTAURANT
COSMOPOLITAN, 219 and 221 Welt Second St.
REAL ESTATE
NORTON* KENNEDY. 134 S. I'.r'dway; tel 662
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. F. MORENO, 220 Aliso St.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING
M. V. BILLINGS, 424,'S S. Springst. Tel. 1345.
SAFES AND "rEFRIfIE~R"aTOR~S
JOHN H. F. PECK. 413 N. Main St. Tel. 461.
SBCONDJISF* HARDWARB
SINCLAIR Si CO.. 263 S. Los Angeles st.
STORAGE
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE, 801 and 803 E. First.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COIPANY
COUNBTABLE Si COUTTS, 156 N. Los Angeles.
TENTS
L. A. TENT AND AWNING CO., 250 S. Main St.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
BOOTH it ROW, 256 S. Main st. Tol. 1349.
UPHOLSTERING AND CARPET CLEANING
JAMES F. ALLEN, 513 S, Spring St.
VETERINARY HOSPITAL ANDi [TvTs
11. T. WHITTLESEY, 645 S. Brdway. Tel. 1196.
WINES AND SPIRITS
C. F. A. LAST, 129 and 131 N. Main St.
L. APFEL. 130 W. Filth St., near Main; tel 1379
~ WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN "
G. BTOKSAK, 511 8. Springst, bet. sth andOth.
WINBS, LIOUORS AND CIGARS
E. FLEUIt, 404-406 N. L. A. St. Tel. 221.
M.-MOKOXr.Y & IIAEPNEIt, 623 s Springst.
FOR EXCHANOE
\It7ANTED—OWNEHS TO LIST PROPERTY
\\ for sale or exchange with real estate
office, tlollonbeok Hotel. 22
PHYSICIANS
4 MRS. DR. WEGENER, PRIVATE SANI
7\. tarium for all female diseases; separato
rooms for laities be lore and during coniinement,
have enlarged and arranged my home to suit
rich ond poor; irregularities cured in one
day; guaranteed; no instruments; regular
physician of long and successful praotioO]
travelers attended; no delay; all business
Btnetly conlidentiai; babies adopted, 419
Eddy st., San Francisco. 7-2
Dlt, KWONG, THE EMINENT CHINESE
Physician and Surgeon.
Oflice 113"i South Broadway. 8-21
DR. LYDIA A. MUM A, GRADUATE IN
medicine and surgery; over 15 yenis*
practice. Consultation tree; S, Spring
street. 0-31-96
MRS. DR. J. H. SMITH, SPECIALTY, MID.
wllery. Ladies cared for during confine
ment at 727 Eellevue avenue. Calls promptly
attended to. Tel 1119.
DR. H. NEWLAND, OFFICE 639 S. SPRING;
hours, Bto 10, Ito 3. Diseases of women
■ ml consultation in obstetrics fpregnancy. ;S-30
MUSIC LESSON^
TEACHER OF
U guitar, vocal and piano. Terms, reasona
ble. Hours, 10 to 4:30. Studio, 385 Wilson
block. 9- 7
JSATHS
TM.ECTRICITY IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS;
Jji chronic diseases cured. MRS. DR. MAYOR,
S. Spring st. P-21
Stockholders Meeting.
liHE REGULAR A NNUAL MEETING OF TIIE
stockholders of the Porter Land and
Water Company, a corporation, for the pur
pose of eleeiiug a Board nf Directors to serve
for tho ensuing year and the transaction of
such other business as may como before the
meeting, will be held at the oflice of the com
pany, room 3, California Baukßuilding, south
west corner of Second street and Broadway,
Los Angeles city, California, on Wednesday,
July 3,1805, at 3 o'clock p.m.
,7-3 J. it. luiti.Lii.iiLi.', secretary.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1895:
LOCAL FIELD OF COMMERCE
California Oranges in the At=
lantic Coast Markets
PREFERRED TO FOREIGN
The Philadelphia Fruit Dealers Express
Their Opinion
Features of the Local Orange Market and
the Demand for Deciduous Fruits-Gen.
eral Trade Conditions
The Philadelphia Journal of Commorco
in tho issue of Juno 10th, contains the
following regarding California fruit:
At the sale last week by William Weincit
<fc Co., representing the Southern Califor
nia fruit exchanges, Mr. T. Morehouse,
Atlantic coast agent for the exchanges
was present at the Head ins depot when
the sale was taking place for several car
loads of California, Australian, navel and
seedling oranges.
Mr. Morehouse requested that the buy
ers give htm a few minutes' atention to
explain the purpose of the organization
of the California • fruit exchanges, and
stated that there was an impression that
tho exchanges were a trust, which was
not tho case, and that they wanted the
thorough co-operation of the buyers in
handling their oranges. While thoy were
not pleased at the misfortune of Florida
losing her orange groves, at tho same timo
ttie fact existed, und the oranges that
were consumed in the United States
would have to come} front California and
foreign countries, and he wished to get
the unbiased opinion of ull buyers pres
ent in regard to their preference between
foreign oranges and California oianges,
on an even basis, and usked the trade to
give their opinion, knowing that they
were good American citizens and would
patronize homo industry in preference to
foreign, on an even basis. The question
was put to vote among the buyers, and
without a dissenting voice everyone
voted for Califorina fruit in preference to
the foreign product.
ft -ir *
Locally there is nothing new in the
orange situation. Ordets are still coming
in ana oranges aro still going out in re
sponse, though perhaps in somewhat less
quantity than might bo desired by the
growors. Ad indicating the standing
which the exchanges have gained in tho
east it is interesting to note that orders
are daily received for lemons, which
orders cannot be 11 lied for lack of fruit,
and inquiries are frequently made for
peaches, plums, pears and otner decidu
ous fruits which are not handled by the
xebanges. Up to this time tho efforts to
organize the deciduous fruit growers
have lacked effect; btit the condition of
the market, even with a rather short
crjp, indicates that somo such action is
needed if the crop is to be profitably dis
posed of.
o »
Tho Chattanooga Tradesman says:
"The country is making at the rate of
8,000,000 gross tons of pig iron a year, and
in April consumption ran ahead of pro
duction '.'5,000 tons. Nobody can mistaitd
the meaning of such a condition. Times
are surely improving." Reports to the
Tradesman show an inciease of 25 cents
per ton has been made in the prico of
southern pig iron, and nad a good effect
on business, as was shown in tin increase
in buying orders. Lumber is now quite
active. The falling off in the export de
mand has been met by large orders from
tho eastern and central markets, which
are now keeping the mills busy. The
coal miners have had an active week, and
prices are well sustained. No labor
troubles and a large demand for outputs
make the future of the coal industry en
couraging.
LOlaL produce
Wholesale and Retail Quotations, Corrected
Dally
LOS ANGELES, June 20.
Warm weather seemed to hatfe no bad
effect on trade, and dealers in all lines
today reported business as good.
Eggs still show an upward tendency,
while dairy products nre lino.
Vegetables show no changes except in
the ease of varieties recently coming into
niariict.
Green fruits vary a little from , day to
day in accordance with the- condition of
the market as regards supply, but thero
are now so many varieties to be had that
the later kinds no longer bring the high
prices realized earlier in the season.
yuotatiuns follow :
E«KS
California ranch—l7c.
Butter
Creamery—Fancy 2-lb squares, 85®48c;
28-oz squares. 30®33cj coast creamery, 32
--oz squares. 40c.
Dairy —Fancy 2-lb squares, 27% c: 28-oz
squares, 22%®25e: 28-oz rolls, 22>i®20c,
Pickled—Nominal.
Oreen Fruits
Applos—sl.2sol.so.
Apricots—so®6oc per crate.
Peaches—7so per box.
Plains—6so7sc.
Cherries—Bs(<jsooo.
Blackberries—4ooc per box.
Raspberries—B®9c per box.
Strawberries—oo7c.
lied currants —55000 c per drawer.
Gooseberries—3 , per box.
Pineapples—[email protected] pur doz.
Bananas—J2.ooo2.2s per bunch.
Kfi Vegetables
Beets—sl.oo per 100 lbs.
Cabbage—7s® 85c.
Tomatoes—sl.2sol.7s per box.
Carrots—sl.oo.
Green onions—2oc per dozen.
Lettuce—l2olsc pur dozen bunches.
Farsnips—Booooc per 100 lbs.
Onions—New while, 90c® $1.00; red,
$1.1001.15.
Turnips—sl.oo.
String beans—4osc.
1 Green peas —4®sc.
Asparagus—Northern, [email protected] per In; local,
40050 c per dozen.
Summer squash—loosoc per bo.£.
Cucumbers—sl.oo per box.
Green peppers—l6j per lb.
Artichokes—Me per doz.
Mushrooms—3oc.
Beans—Lima, $5.00; navy, $3.23; pink,
$2.0002.10.
Potatoes
New—sso6sc,
Old—9OCosl.ls.
Poultry
Hens—Per doz. $4.2304.75.
Young roosters—s4.soo 4.75.
Old roosters—s4.oo.
Broilers—s2.ooo3.oo.
Ducks—ss.oooo.oo.
Turkeys—Live, 11012 c por pound.
Geese—sl.oool.2s per head.
nilletuMa
Flour—Los Angeles, $3.80; Stockton
brands. $3.95; Oregon, $3.20.
Bran—Per ton, local, $17.00; northern,
$15.50.
Shorts—Per ton, local, $10.00; northern,
$10.00.
Rolled barley—Per ton, $15.00.
Cracked corn—Per cwt, $1.25.
Feed meal—Por cwt, $1.25.
Provisions
Hams—Rex, per lb. ll%c; picnic, 7c;
boneless, 9%c,
Bacon —Per lb,, Rox boneiess breakfast,
11c; lipht medium, 11c; medium, 9c,
Dried beef—Par, 1b.,, s,et Sj L2.e: iusides,
12*0.
Dry salt pork—Per lb., clear bellies,
B%c; short clear, <Kcj clear backs, 7c.
Pickled pork—Per half bbl„ SO lbs.,
$8.00.
Lard—Per lb., ivory compound, tierces,
6c; rexolenc, 7}£c; pure leaf, Be.
Cheese
California—Full crea-n flats, 11c; Young
America, 12c; hand, 13c:|jbalf cream data,
7c; Young America, 7{-jC; hand, H'/.;c.
Eastern—Cheddars and twins, 12><;o.
Imported—Swiss, 23>£@25c; Edam, per
doz.; $9.00f810.00l limburger, 14®15c;
brick, 15(n}16c; Westphalia, 20c; Roque
fort, 4214 c.
Hides and Wool
Hides, as they run—Dry, 16c; kips,
11c; dry calf, 15c; hulls and stags, 7>aC.
Sheep pelts—Weak.
Wool—Nominally. [email protected]
Grain and Hay
Barley—Per cental, feed, [email protected]; seed,
90c.
Corn—Per cental, $1.15.
Wheat—Per cental, $1.15.
Hay—Per ton, alfalfa. $3.00(310.00; bar
ley. $7.00#10.00; oats, [email protected]: wheat,
[email protected]
Honey and Beeswax
Honey—Comb, [email protected] pel lb; strained,"
@6c.
Beeswax—[email protected] per lb.
Citrus Fruits
Lemons—Uncured, $2.00; cured, $2.00
@2.50.
Oranges—Per box, fancy seedlings, $1.00;
choice, 80c; standard, 65c.
Dried Fruits
Apples—Sun dried, sacks, per lb [email protected];
boxes, 7(rsSc; evaporated fancy, B(if,9c.
Apricots—Fancy, [email protected]; choice, 6(<j!7.
Peaches—Fancy unpeelcd, [email protected]; bleach
ed. 7(f§Sc.
Nectarines—Fancy, [email protected]: choice, [email protected]
Pears—Fancy evaporated. [email protected]
Plums—Pitted, choice, [email protected]
Prunes—Choice, boxed, 6t<J7c; sacks,
5(/toc; fancy, 10c.
Nuts
Almonds—Soft shell, [email protected]; paper
shell, 13c; hard shell, 6c.
Filberts—[email protected]
Pecans—l;{@ toe.
Walnuts—Los Angeles, 6c; Los Nietos,
8c: medium soft. Scalane; soft shell Los
Nietos fancy, [email protected]
Live StocK
Hogs—Per cwt. $1.50. "
Beef oattle—s3.so(Bs.oo.
Calves—[email protected] per head.
Fresh Meats
Butchers' prices for whole carcasses;
Beef—[email protected] por lb.
Veal—s>;l(«)7c.
Mutton—B(gi7o.
Pork—6c.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
THURSDAY, June 20, 1895.
Mrs Cecelia A Owen to Lou M Kelly—
Lot 11, blk 8, Moulton's add; $250.
oallio L Edwards and E E Edwards to
Lewis Kirtland—Com in s line of Lambio
trt; $1750.
Lulhcr H Webb to Viola I? Haskell—
Lot 68, I. H Miohener s sub; $1200.
F N Myer and V Sarton to I' W Hub
bard and II A Webster—Lots 19 and 21,
blk C. and lots 27 and :it), blk 1), I'acilic
View trt; $'J()(I0.
Theresa Nedvidek to Christine Jensino
Jensen—Lots 189 and 21, blk i, George
Dalton. sr. trt; .fIOO.
Wm P Mcl'herson to Mary F Miner-
Lot 12. blk A, San l'asqual trt; $5500.
W 1' Gould et ux. to B F Whipp—W \
of se % and c of sw li lot I, blk F,
map No 1 of pt of Phillips' add to Po
mona; $.1000.
D N liurritt et ux to Lewis Wright-
Lots 1. 2 and 3, blk E, Hughes it llurritt's
sub of blk 179, Pomona; $600.
Joseph M Baker to City of L A—N Bft
of lot 1 and n 8 ft of c 15 ft of lot 3. blk
H, Moore it Kellcher's Bub of pt of lot 5,
blk CO. H S; $138.
Nettie B Thompson to same—S Bft of
lot 2. blk H, same sub; $149.45.
John 1, White to same—S Bfc of lot 2,
blk H, same sub; $77.
Annio U Snndoison and Edward H
Sanderson to same—N Blt of lot 5 and s 8
ft of lot 0 and s 8 ft of lot 8, blk H, same
sub: $120.
Mabel R Martin to William H Vedder—
Lot 9, blk A, of S Totvnsend's sub; $300.
William H Vedder and Hattie M Ven
der to Anna M Marriner—Lot 9, blk A, of
S Townsend's sub; $1000.
Alexandre Weill to Charles P Wells—
Lot 97, Alexandre Weill trt; $100.
Thomas J Dowllng et ux to John Bee
nig—Lot 68, Goldsworthy Eighth street
trt ; $300,
T Las trade, called Touissant Lestrade,
by John Burr, sheriff, to A E Ponieroy
and Charles M Sinison—Lot 4, bock 12,
Puente; $633.05.
Mrs Maggie A Lyons et cor. by John
Burr, sheriff, to Charles M Stimson—Lot
14. Metropolitan trt; $200.
M T Whitaker and Carrie I! Whitaker
to city of Pusadena—Lot 18, G E Smith's
sulid; $300.
Muna Antonla Montes do Oca, form
erly Maria Antonia de La l'ierce. and G
M Montes do Oca to L'Dora 0 Call—Lets
2 and 12, blk 100, Bellevuo Terrace trt;
$10.
D A Kugben etal to William Morgan-
Lots 25 and 20, Wood 6i Banbury's subd ;
$1650.
Mrs Agnes Berry et con to Elizabeth
Owens-Lot 3. blk 31, Electric Railway
Homestead Association trt; $1150.
T R Crawford etal to Mary .1 Montgom
ery—2o acres in rancho Santa Gertrudes,
known as Fitzgerald place; $-500.
R M Widuey et al. trustees, to Valentine
Maud— X 13.62 acres of blk 11, Maelay
rancho; $544*50.
John D Clark to .lonn Bruoknor—Agree
ment to convey lot 18, Shater it Towns'
resuhd; $500.
G F Conant et ux to Anna M Spence.
executrix of estate of E F Spence, de
ceased—Lot 18 blk H, Mutt trt; $7523.
JB Nellie and estate of R Neville to
Helen It Baker—Lot 19 Miller Herriott's
subd of Harper trt; $ti'oo.
Ida li Biscailuz to Frank Sranger—Lot
7 1.1 X, Ml, Pleasant trt; $2200.
Carl G Packard to Elizabeth A Packard
—An interest in lots 1, 2 and ol lot 5
bl 17, Highland Park trt; $212.
Alonzo Phillips to Eva L Bingham —
Lot 6 bl A, Electric road trt; $500.
Stephen C Hubbell et ux to Arthur J
Stevens—S 50 ftct of lot 161. Westlake
Park trt: $1050.
Hnldah Mertio Clanton, sxr of estate
of Isaac Wesley Clanton, to James A
Smith—Certain property on the corner of
San Pedro and Fourteenth streets:
$:sno.iT.
L T Garnsey to A S Robinson—EH oT
lots 2 and 3 bl 54, Ro Provulencia and
Scott trt; $1000.
J C Salisbury et ux to Mrs .lennio Her
bert—Lot 0, Bronson trt; $1500.
.Millie Morse to I) I) Morse—Lot 2, Mil
laro's sub; $70011.
Stephen C Hubbell et ux to Elizabeth
i, Mills-N 100 feet of lot 1161 Westlake
Park trt; $1100.
Summary
Deeds f52
Nominal 1 2.1
Total $51,C«-1.00
LOCAL BANK CLEARINGS
LOS ANGELES, June 20.
"Following are the Los Angeles bank
clearings for the current week:
Day. ExoaanffOl, Balances.
Monday $ 19-1,013.28 $31,097.42
Tuesday 213,<!90.53 33,018,26
Wednesday 201,259.44 38,143.44
Thursday 137,967.83 23,132.67
Treasury Statement
W ASHINGTON. June 20.—Today'a state
ment of the condition of the treasury
shows: Available cffs'ii balance, $183,
--051,542; gold reserve, $99.72!),478.
Petroleum
NEW YORK. June 20.— Petroleum-
Strong; closed at. 180.
Bank oi England Bullion
LONDON, June 20.—The amount of
bullion gone into the Bank of England
today was £57.000.
For Over Fifty Years
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used
or children teething. It soothes the child,
softens thegums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic and Is the best remedy for Diarrheea,
In cnty-nve cents a Ootue.
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Bond and Produce
Quotations
WALL STREET SPECULATION
The Market Opens With Prices Strong
but Irregular r
Buoyancy (larks the Trading- at the Close,
With Prices at the Highest Point
of the Day
NEW YORK, June ;20.—The stoo mar
ket was fairly active attbe opening but
the first prices made were irregular.
Tennessee Coal and Iron was notably
strong and inside buying and.advanced 1%
to Tho losess were unimportant
in the opening, but beforo long the list
began to display weakness on a bear raid
directed chiefly against the Grangers and
sugar, the latter yielding 2;-j, Susque
hanna and Western preferred, Colo
rado Fuel, 1, and tho rest of the list y e to
% per cent. At 1 o'clock an upward
movement was organized which grew in
strength as the day advanced, speculation
showing marked buoyancy in the late
trading and closing in good tone with
pi ices ill the main at tne highest point
of the day.
London was in the market mainly as a
seller, but the transactions for the foreign
account were not largo enough to affect
the market.
Tho bond trading was light in volume
and unssettled in tone. The refusal of
the committee representing the Short
Lino 5 per to accept a separate
receivership on the terms of Judge Mer
ritt's order had a depressing effect on
the securities of the company. Tho sales
were .$2,139,000.
Closing Stocks '
NEW YORK, June 20.— The otlicial clos
ing quotations for stocks wero as fol
lows:
Atchison 10!*: IT. P.D .ft Gait... 9
Adams Ex 149 'Northwestern.... 90%
Alton, Terre H... 61% dopfd 145
dopfd [N Y. Central 102
American Ex 114 IN.V. ft N. En?... 45
Bait, ft Ohio 63% Ontario ft West.. 18%
Can Pacific 53 iOregon Imp 12
Can. Southern... 55% OregonNav 20
Central Pacific... 19%OregonShurtLine
Ches.it Ohio 22% l ftNortbern 6%
Chic, ib A1t0n....153 ;PaciacMail 31%
C, U. A Q 85% Peoria Doc. ft E. 5%
Chicago Gas "3% Pittsburg ...157
Con. Gas 145 Pullman. 173
C.C. C. itSt. L... 40 Reading 18%
Col.Coal A Iron.. 8% Richmond Ter...— —
Cotton Oil 29 I dopfd
Del.it Hudson: .130%KioG.Western... 18
Pel. Lack. W 102921 dopfd 44%
li.4R.ti, pfd.... 47%Roek Island 73
Distillers 19%St.Pau! 68%
East Term dopfd 122^
Erie 10 ISL Paul ft 0 40%
do pfd 21 [ do pfd 116%
Fortwayne 157 Southern Pacific. 24%
Ut. Nort'h'n pfd. .133% Sugar Kelinery... 118%
V. ft E. 111. pfd.... 99%,Tenn. Coal ft Iron 39%
Hocking Valley.. 26% ToxasPaciric 13%
Illinois Cen 95%'T01. ft O.Cen pfd. 79%
St. Paul ft Duluth 30 lUnionPactlic 12%
Kan. ft Tex. ptd. 341-5 U. s. Express 41
LakoErio ft W... 24% Wabash, St.Louis
dopfd 83% l ftPaeitio 9
Lake Shora 149 I do pfd 20%
Lead Trust. 34%We115-Fargo Ex.109
L. AN 58% Western Union... 92%
L. ft N. Albany... 9%| Wheeling* L. E.. 15
Manhattan C0n..114 dopfd 46%
Memphis ft Char. 15 tMlnn.ftSt. L 22%
Michigan Can....102% D. ft R. G 14%
Missouri Paeltin.. 88% Gen.Electric 35%
Mobile ft 0hi0.... 25% Nat. Linseed. ... 30%
Nash, ft Chat 08 iCol. Fuel ft Iron. 20%
Nat. Cordage 2 : dopfd 65
do pfd 4% Hi ft Tex, Cen... 2
N. .1. Central 101% T01.,A. A. ft North
Norfolk ft W pfd.. 13% Michigan 2%
North American.. 8% Tot, St.L. ft X.0.. 6
N. Pacific 4%; do pfd 14%
dopfd 16.. American Tobao.ll4
So. R. it 11% dopfd 114%
dopfd 41% St. P,i M. ft.M....115%
Bond List
NEW YORK, June 23.— The following
trc the closing quotations for the bond
list:
0 S new Is, reg...123% Cen Pac lats, '95.102
E S new4s,coup . 123% D ft R li 7b 112%
L'Sos, reg 116%| do 4s 89
do ss, coup 116% Erie seconds 66
do Is, reg 112 OHftS A6s 99
do 4s, coup 113% do 7s 104
oo reg 97 111 ft T Cent 5s 111
Pacific 6so! '95..100 i do Us 106
Ala Class A 107 IM X T Ist 4s 86%
ao Class B 107 do 2d 4s 60%
do Class C 07 [Mut Union 65....110
do Currency.... 97 I.N JO Ueu 3s 117%
La New C0n45.... 97% N Pac lsts 119*
Missouri (is 100 ; do 2ds 102%
N Carolina 6s 125 Northwest C0n..140%
do 4s 102 dOSFdeb ss. .109
SCarolina N-fund 1% ROW lsts 79%
Term new set 65.. 89% st Paul Con 7s 128
do 5s 104 ! do Cft P W A 5..115%
do 3a St 1. ft I M Gen ss. 79%
do old 6s 00 St LftßFGenßs.,lo9
Va Centuries..... 62 Texas Pac lsts.... 92%
do deferred o i do 2ds 31%
Atchison4s 78% U P lsts of '96...106
do 2d A 25% Welt Shore 4s 107%
CanSo2ds 106 jgo RR OS 83%
Government bonus firm.
State bonds dull.
Railroad bonds irregular.
Mining Shares
RAN FRANCISCO, June 20.—Official
closing quotations for mining shares were
as follows:
Alta 10 Julia 02
Alpha Con 02 Justice 12
Andes 2-i Kentuck con 02
Belcher 35Lady Wash'n Con.. 01
Belle lsio Mexican 58
Best ft Belcher 4B Mono. 07
Bodie Con 34 Mt Diablo 15
Bullion 10 Navaio ...
BulwerCon 05 Occidental C0n.... 16
Caledonia OROphlr 145
Challenge Con 2 ( Overman 19
Chollar 57 Potosl 44
Confidence 100 Savage 37
Con Cal and Va 2 15 Scorpion.
Con Imperial , 01 Sierra Nevada 58
Yon New York 02 Silver Hill 03
Crown Point.. 38 Silver King. 12
Exchequer 02 Union Con 29
(iould ft Curry 28 Utah Con 03
Grand Prize Yellow Jacket . 45
Halo ft Noroross... 80|
An assessment of 20c a share has been
levied on Union Con.
Boston Quotations
BOSTON, June 20.—The closing quota
lions wcrei
Atchison 10% Mexican.. 11
Bell Telephone. ..204 San Diego 9
Burlington 85%j
/Toney Quotations
NEW YORK, Juno 20.—Money on call
easy at I per cent; last loan at 1
per cent: closed at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantiiu paper, 2%03% per
cent.
Sterling exchange easier, with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.59%@4.89%
for demand and $4.88%@4,88% for 66
--day bills.
Posted rates, $1.8904.89% and $1,000
4.00%.
Commercial bills, $4.87%04.87%.
Silver certificates, 06%067.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 20.—Sight
drafts on New York, 2%J.
Telegraphic, 50.
LONDON, Juno 20.—Rank of England
discount rate, 2 per cent.
Consols, 100 5-t(!.i.
Silver Bullion
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 20.—Silver
bars, per ounce, 61i%000%.
Mexican dollars, 53%0540.
NEW YORK, June 2).— Silver: bars per
ounce, 66% c.
Mexican dollars, 530.
LONDON, June 20.—Bar silver per
ounce, 30% d.
By using Hall's Hair lienewer, gray, faded,
or-disenlored hair assumes I lie natural color of
youth, aud grows luxuriant and strung, pleas
ing everybody.
CHICAGO MARKET
The Day's Transactions on the Chicago Board
of Trade
CHICAGO, June 20.—The first trading
in wheat at the opening was at from 71 %
to "1%, at which price the offerings were
light. The shorts seemed satisfied to
buy their wheat at the opening and it
was due almost entirely to their efforts
to do so that a rise to 72% toot place.
Following that it had a break to 71
cepts and then rose again to 72 under tbe
influence of export business. The general
tenor of the market news Has in favor of
an advance, about the only bearish fea
tures being continued good reports of
spring wheat and the readiness with
which the European markets responded
to a decline here. Anything over 72 cents
for July brought out enough selling
orders to keep it under that ligure during
tbe greater part of tne day and similarly
under 71% there were waiting buying
orders. The latter were more numerous
at tho end and the market took on a
strong appearance. The sellers wheat 72
cents were afforded an opportunity to sell
at that as 'the session was uearing its
end, and there were buyers at 71% as
the bell tapped.
July corn was held at 49 cents at the
opening and as high as 49% a few min
utes later, after which it sold as low as
48%, then up to 49% and closed at 4914.
September oats opened from 28% to
28 5-8 and ended at 2%. The market
was very quiet and confined to a few local
trades.
Somo one instigated a raid on pro
visions during the day. Tho highest
prices of the day were made at the open
ing, but near tbe close there was somo
buying which caused a rceovery from
bottom prices of 15 cents 111 pork; 12',.;
cents in lard and 15 cents in ribs,but that
still left losses of 45 cents in pork, from
5 to 7% cents in lard and 10 cents in ribs.
Wheat No. 2—
June 71J4
July 72
September • .....73% '
Corn No. 2— "
June « 43% '
July 49* i'
September ..50%
Oats No. 2— \
June .- 28%
July 28: i
September , ...28%
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.9004.20; win
ter straights, $3.4003.80: spring patents,
$4.0004.35; 1 spring straights, $3.1004.00;
bakers', $2.1003.20.
Wheat—No. 2 spring. 72075 c; No. 3
spring, nominal; No. 2 red,
Corn—No. 2, 49049% c.
Oats—No. 2, 28'/;c; No. 2 white, 31%0
(ttV'lic ; No. 3 white, 3lo3l><:c.
Rye—No. 2, 61%062c.
Barley—No. 2, 53c; No. 3, 51%"c;
No. 4, nominal.
Flax seed—Sl.sl.
Timothy seed—Prime, $5.50.
Mess pork—Per barrel, 112.85012.87Wt
Lard—Per 100 lbs, $6.47%06.50.
Short ribs—Sides, loose, $0.1506.20.
Dry salted shoulders—Boxed, $5.37%0
5.50.
Short clear sides, b0xed—56.5006.62%.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods per
gallon—sl.26%.
On the produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creamery, 100
17% c; dairy, 10010 c.
B,E"ggs were steady at 10%011%c.
The receipts and shipments were:
Articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 6,000 3,000
Wheat, bushels 11,000 50,000
Corn, bushels 58,000 44,000
Oats, bushels 157,000 241,000
Rye, bushels 4,000
Barley, bushels 1,000 3,000
Chicago Live Stock Market
CHICAGO, June 29.—Cattle—Prime
nativo steers, $3.6505.85; common to good,
$4.10(35.00; cows. $1.00(834.50; bulls, $2.75
03.73; calves, $40,005.50.
Hogs—Heavy, $4.4504.87%; lights ,$4.35
04.60; mixed, $4.4504.70.
Sheep—Common to good natives, $1.00
(0)3.85; lambs, $3.00(3)5.85; Texans, $2.00®
3.00.
Receipts —Cattle, 8,000; calves, 1,100;
hogs, 25,000; sheep, 12,000.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
Call P, mrd Prices — Grain anl Provision
("lovements
SAN FRANCISCO. June 20.—Wheat-
Dull, December, $1.03%; new seller,
100%0.
Barley—Easier; December, 04% c; new
seller, 57c.
Corn—sl.os.
8ran—513.50014.50.
Flour—Family extras, '$3.5003.00; bak
ers' extras, superfine, $2,350
2.00.
Wheat—No. 1 shipping, 90c per
cental; choice, 92%0; milling, 97%c051.0J
per cental.
Barley—Feed, fair to good, 58%060ci
choice, 62% c; brewing, [email protected]%C.
Oats—Unchanged. Milling $1.05(81.10;
fancy feed, $1.00(4)1.05; good to choice,
90(g/97%c; fair to good 87%090c;
poor to fair, 80035 c; black, nominal;
gray, 87%«402%c; surprise, $1.0501.12%.
The receipts were:
Flour, quarter sacks 0,802
Oregon L{,tl2o
Washington 550
Wheat, centals 45,428
Hurley, centals 5,300
Oats 900
Corn 401
Beans, sacks 411
Potatoes, sacks 2,:i85
Oregon... - 1,658
Onions, sacks.... 501
Bran, sacks 1,1811
Middlings, sacks 297
II ay, tons (170
Wool, bales 07
Oregon 204
Hides. .. 404
Wine, gallons 47,100
San Francisco Produce Market
SAN FRANCISCO. June 20.—Potatoes-
New Burbauke, 75085 c; new in sacks,
40000 c; new Early Rose in boxes from thu
river, 50075 c; Oregon Burbanks. 60©650
per cental.
Onions—New red, b'[email protected] per sack; sil
ver skins, 76085 c.
Bnuer—Fancy creanierv, 13%014c; sec
onds, 12%@130; fancy dairy, 11011% c;
good to choice, lO%011c; medium grades.
9%010%c; store, B®*:.
Cheese—Fancy mild new, [email protected]%c; com
mon to good, 405 c; Young America,
[email protected]; Eastern, 11%(3)12%0; Western. 608 c,
Kggs—Ranch, 170180 per doz; store,
150160; duck eggs, 15017 c.
Poultry-Turkey gobblers 1001 leper lb;
hens, 10011 c; geese per pair, 750©51.00;
goslings, per pair, 75090 c; ducks,
$3.0004.00 per dozen for old anil
$3.00(95.00 for young; hens. $3.5004.50;
roosters, young, $5.5008.50 per doz:
old. $4.9003.00 por dozen ; fryers, $4.50(3)
5,00 per dozen; broilers. $8.0003.50 por
dozen foi largo and $2.0002.50 for small;
pigeons, $1.50(91.75.
Game—Nominal.
Middlings, $18.50019.50 per ton.
Ground and rolled barley, $13.00014.00;
oil cake meal at the mill, $25 per ton;
Cottonseed oil cake, $24 per ton.
Hay — New will oat, $6.5008.50; new
wheat and oat, $8.00(310.00; new alfalfa,
$5.00(3)5.50; old wheat, $8.504111.60: wheat
und oat. $8.00010.50; barley. $7.00(88.50;
oat. $8010.09; alfalfa, $7.00(38.50; clover,
$7.00(318.00: compressed,sß.ooolo.oo; stock,
$8.00(915.00 per ton.
Straw, 40075 c per bale.
Fruit narket
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20.—Orchard
fruits anil berries sold today at the fol
lowing prices:
Plums—[email protected]; cherry plums, 25®
40c per drawer.
Peaches—Sso7sc per box.
Apples—Green, 2}0400 per box; red, 50
@75c )>er box.
Pears—Green. 25c per box.
Apricots—3oo6oc per box.
(Cherries—Red and white. 40050 c per
box; black, 500760; Koyal Anne, 05070 c
per bos.
Blackberries—s3.ooo2.so per chest.
Raspberries—s2,so(ii 5.00 per chest.
Currants—s2.otn.' .i..<o por chest.
Gooseberries—Common, 102 c per lb;
Oregon improved, 2>'iuj3c.
Strawberries — Longworths. 14.00<U7.00
per chest; common, $2.2503.550.
Oranges-Navels. $2.0002.50 pel box;
seedlings, 75c052.25.
California lemons—Common, [email protected]
per box; good to choice, $2.0003.00.
Limes—Mexican, $4.0004.50 per bo*.
Bananas—sl.2so2.oo per bunch.
Pineapples—s4.ooos.oo per dozen.
Vegetable Market
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 20.—VegetabU
quotations follow:
Green corn—loolsc per dozen.
Asparagus—Ordinary, 400500 a DOXJ
Choice, $1.0001.75.
Rhubarb—4oo6sc.
Green peas—[email protected] per sack; garden.
202% c per lb.
String beans—3o3%e._
Summer squash. 25035 c per box.
Tomatoes—sl.oool.2s per box.
Cucumbers—[email protected] per box. '
Peppers—Dried, 11012 c
Okra—Dried, 15c per lb.
Cabbage—7sc per cental.
, Carrots—3oo4oc.
" Garlic—3o4o per lb.
Liverpool Market
LIVERPOOL, Juno 20.— Wheat—Spot
quiet; demand poor; No. 2 red win
ter, 5s 6d; No. 1 hard Manitoba, 6s 2d;
No. 1 California, 5s 6%d.
Futures closed quiet and lower; Juno.
5s 6%d; July, 5s 6%d; August, 5s 7%d;
September, 5s 7%d; October, 5s dd;
November, 5s Bi^d.
Corn—Spot dull; American mixed,
new, 4s 3d.
Futures opened quiet and %o%d lower:
June, 4s 4d; July, 4s 4%d; August, V
sd; September, 4s 5%d; October, 4a
6d: November, 4s 6%d.
Flour—Firm; demand moderate; St,
Louis fancy winter, Bs.
Hops—At London, Pacific coast, £2 2s,
London Stock Market
NEW YORK, June 20.—The Evening
Post's London cablegram says:
The stock markets were still demoral
ized today. Americans were neglected.
Tho receivership stocks were flat. South
Americans were strong. Heavy amounts
of syndicate bonds are maturing just now.
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HI lISOIS IKEBIOAEi INSTITUTE,
Stockton, Market and ElUa Sta..
PAN" FIIANCISCO. CAL
Stockholders' Meeting '
N-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
board ol directors of tho California Sewer
Pipe company has. by resolution duly passed
on the Bth dayot May, 1805, called a meeting
oi the stockholders of satd corporation to
meet ou Saturday, August 10, 1895, at 2
o'clock p. in., at the office of the company, be
ing 248 Broadway, in tho city of Los Angeles,
Los Angeles county. State of California, said
place of meeting being the principal place
Where the board of directors usually meet.
Said meeting of stockholders of said corpora
tion lsealled for the purpose of considering
the propriety of reducing the capital stock ot
this corporation from $750,000 to $115,200.
1 hat the shares bo reduced from 75000f fpiOC
per share to 1152 shares of $100 per share.
it isfurther ordered that the foregoing order
be published in The Herald, a newspaper pub
lished in Los Angeles city, as provided by law.
Dated this Oth day of June, 1895.
a H. MOTT.
8-10 Secretary of laid Corporation-
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