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FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this ciassifi
cat on-1 lime, 5 ccn's per line; 1 week, 30
cents per line: 1 month, ST per line
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE—
The most complete 10-room house in
the city; large grounds; good Darn:
grounds all nicely lain out ail ready to
move into.
Al>o nice 8-room bouse with all modern
conveniences; nicely decorated; large
barn; lot 73x137 to alley; this is now
ready lor occupancy; louthwestj only
$5000.
Also thnt beautiful house that looks
down W. Beacon St., will be finished in o
few weeks, and I think you will say it
heats Incm all for completeness. See
E. A. MILLER,
14 237 W. First st.
FOP SALE—SISOO; MODERN 5-ROOM
cottage, hath, hot and cold water,
pantry, fruit trees, lawn, flowers, electric
and cable cars, graded streets, sewer aud
good location. For this gilt-edged prop
osition see C< >V N E .V. CO., Los Angeles
Theater bldg ! 0-1 tf
forTsaTle—
$450—4-room house; lot 50x150.
$000 -Good house and born, install
ments.
$000—Excellent 4-room house, hard lin
isheri, <lose in.
$750 —4-room house, good condition, on
car line. These are genuine bargains.
13 P. A. WAGNER, £W t S. Spring st.
FOR SALE— ON EASY PAYMENTS—
Double house of 0 rooms. Half ot
bouse rents for $25 pei month; wilt pay
Itself out; $300 cash. bal. long time. The
best poor man's tmy in the city. Room
223 Bvrne blk., cor. Third and Broadway.
15
FOR SALE- BARGAIN- $75CASH. 15AL
anccsaiue as rent, will buy a nice 4-room
cottage on X. Pearl St., above Alpine, lot
53 lest frontage: sewer connected, etc.;
f ricc only $900: if you want a home see
his. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First si. 13
IF YOU - HAVE A LOT WE WILL
build you a house on installments—
$S.soa month on $500 or $17 oo a $1000
house. MUCH AN ICS, SAVINGS MU
TUAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSX., IC7
S. Brodaway. 10
FOR SALE—S TO u'ROOMS: RESl
dences from $1000 to $7000; all parts
of city; very line bargains; terms to suit.
MORRIS it LEE, 328 S. Broadway. tl
FOR SALE—A SMALL MONTHLY IX
vestmcnt will soon enable you to buy
a house and lot. I'or full particulars see
the IMPERIAL LOAN ASSOCIATION,
room 20 Potomac blk. 10-2
FOR SALE—S TO 14 ROOMS; RESl
dences from $1000 to $7000; all parts of
city: very line" bargains; terms to suit.
MORRIS .t LEE, 328 S. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL NEW Co
lonial cottage, fully furnished, ready
for occupancy. H. H. BIXBY & CO.,
147 S. Roadway. 8-25 tf
FOR BALE—ON INSTALLMENTS—
Houses in all parts of the city,
CREASING ER, 110 s. Broadway. 10—l
FOR 8A LE — HOUSES BUILT ON
monthly Davments. R. E, IBBET
fa'OX, 107 S. Broadway. 14
City Lots
FOR BALE—KOHLER TRACT—ON"LV'
a few lots left.
$15 a foot, Kohler lots, near Seventh.
$2300 -New house, income $300 year.
$050 -Corner, 150x135, Florence st.
$100— 30x155, 2 blocks west of Central
avc.
1900 New house, 5 rooms, hard finish.
$BfJO New house, 1 rooms, hard tinisb.
$1050—10 ft., Central avc, near Sev
enth.
$1000 80 ft, Eighth st., near Central aye.
$2100 Corner, 300x140, S. W. Twentv
eigbth st., near new electric car.
$17,500—Best tract for subdivision, S.
W. 50 acres, W. Washington st.
$1000 -10 acres, 704 fruit trees, S years.
$825- 10 acres, $105 cash, Syrs., 0 per ct.
For rent—sl6, water free, 781 Merchant
it., 053 Gladys aye, W. J. FISHER, 227
W. Second st. 14
FOR SALE—
That beautiful corner of Xinth and W.
Beacon. 150x170; this is one of the choice
corners in the Bonnie Brae section; sec
it and you will agree with me.
Also, only 75 feet left on the west side
of Beaoon St., which is so feet; $2100.
Also, beautiful lot 80 feet wide in the
Harper tract; this is choice; want some
one to build at once; I will make price
right.
Also, lot 50x183, Mason tract; the street
is graded, eemdnt sidewalk and sewer;
if you can rind another lot as good lor
$1000 I will buy it.
E. A. MILLER,
14 | 237 W. First St.
FOR SALE — $2250 — MAGXIFICEXT
building lot. 75x170 to 20-foot alley,
on Twenty-eighth st., west of Figueroa;
only lirst-class improvements; street
sewered and sidewalked: two lots only at
this figure. C. A. BIi'MNER & CO., Sole
Agents, 134 S. Broadway. 9-13
FOR SALE - BEAUTIFUL BUlLD
ing lots for homes on E. Xintn st., in
HiscocK & Smith's second addition;
prices, 8200 to $350. on easy terms. Ap
ply on tract or to C. A. SMITH, 215 W.
First st. sonf
UAVB YOU A LOT? IF YOU HAVE.
come and see us and we will build
you a house. Mechanics' Savings Mutual
Building and Loan Association, 107 S.
Broadway. II
FOR SALE-LARGE UESIDEXCE LOT
near Hroadnay and First st. If you
want a good thing, look this up. P. A.
WAGNER, 23b;i; S. Spring st. 13
FOR SALE—WE BE LL THE EARTHS
BASSETT & SMITH, Pomona, Cal.
0-26tf
Business Property
FOR SALE—FIXE BUSINESS LOT, 1
block from Spring and Franklin sts.;
81x81; only 810,000; will double in value
in short time. FOINDEXTFUI it WADS
WORTH, 305 W. Second st. 20
FOR SALE — INCOME PROPERTY
close in—Lot 45x120, with a 2-story
house ot 40 rooms, situate near Third
and Main st.. $13,000; will pay 10 per cent.
LEE A. M'COXXELL,IISS. Broadway. 18
Country Property
FOR SALE-CHEAP LAXDS
-10 acres of altalfa land, Burbank, $2500.
82 acres, 7 miles of Chino, $35 per acre.
3 acres bearing fruit, house 4 rooms,
$1000.
15 acres, part in fruit, Lankershim,
$80 per acre.
3-rooin house, Brooklyn, lot 40x130,
$1000.
15 acres,solid to fruit, Verdugo postoffice,
$7000. 61
5 acres, 4-room house, set to alfalfa,
Burbana, $1700.
tii acres, house 4 rooms, set to trees,
Burbenk, $1500.
20 aorea, A Xo. 1 alfalfa land, in alfalfa
now, Burbank, price, $0000.
14 acres Bet to alfalfa, Bl Monte, $250
per acrei.
23 acres, 2); miles of Wilmington, $1200
net.
40 acres. Hollywood, with water, frost
leee, Huu per acre.
OANO HENRY.officcNatigkhouie, tf
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Country Property
FOP. SALE-10 ACRES, 2 MILES FROM
Downey and 10 from Los Angeles:
good sandy load; hall mile off from 2
public loads: 3 to young walnuts. 3 to al
falfa, 3 to corn and pumpkins, 1 tograpes,
raspberries, blackberries, strawberries and
vegetables; 4-room bouse,barn,crib,stables
and chicken house; horse and hugggy; 2
Bllleh cows, 1 mowing machine and bay
inke, 1 harrow. 2 plows, 2 sets ot har- I
ness, all Improvements io good oondj
tion, and about 200 chickens; owner is
going . ant and will give possession nt
once; everything goej, crop and all, for
$1500 cash. B. M. ULYTHE, Downey,
Cal.. or 132 S. Broadway. 8-M'
fOfi SALE DO YOU WANT"' A FINK
country resldenoe?
Do you want 5 to 100 acres in the ban
Gabriel valley?
Do you want a city residence.
Have you got somothing to sell or
trade?
Have yon got some capital to invest
where if pays big profits?
E. K. ALEXANDER. 145 S. Broadway.
7- 25tf
FOR BALK—A 10»AOBE OR AN 0 E
ranch at Duarte, the blue ribbon or
anjre acction ; 10 shares of slock in the
best water company in Southern Califor
nia. Apply to A. STEVENS HAL
SJTED, room "117, Bryson blk.
H E ADQiiARTK RS" FO r'u'6 V ERSMEXT
and state school lands. Apply for
booklanil circular. WISEMAX'S LAN!)
BUREAU, 221 W. First st. Notary pub
lic. 14_
FOR SALE--11800—10 ACRES ON NEW
Main st., close in. I. A. WAGNER,
230.; S. Spring st. 0 13
FOR" SA LU -WE SELL''WeIsARTH—
BASSETT 4c SMITH. Pomona, Cal.
WANTED-REAL ESTATE
succeeds'liko success! If you have
first-class property to dispose of, list it
with us. Our sales today, Wednesday,
were $40,000. H. 11. BI.\"BY <t CO., 117
S. Broadway. tf
WANTED—HC'USES - MOR E HOUSES
lo sell. If you have something cheap
we have some cash aUfttOlDdri. Bring
your property in. C. A. SUMXER tt
CO., 131 S. Broadway. 0-21
WANTED - TO PURCHASE HOUSE
from Oto 8 rooms, ftirnisbeil or unfur
nished. Apply by letter, J. D. HAN
HI RY, Lincoln hotel. 13
CHEAP - I.OTS
for cash custonieis. Bring in what
you have and we will sell it. (.'. A. SUM
NER «t CO., I'll S. Broadway. 0-24
WANTED TO BUY—HOUSES
WAXTKD-?f0~BUY~4 ROOM Ifi) USK
to move. Call at 420 S. Broadway. 15
MISS BASSEMEYER HAS REMOVED
her dressmaking parlors front 571 N.
Main st. to 211 S. Broadway where she
has fitted up elegant parlors and will be
ready to receive September Ith. 0-30
MRS, E. 3~ TROMiSJyTId RESSMAKER
—Changing of evening costumes a
specialty. Calitornia Bank bidg., Broad
way and Second st., room 0. 11-12
Mll S.~Xl'fLL"l F:~Mc3.' EI l"-dre"ssm At
prices from $4 lo $6; children's
clothing a specialty. 243 S. Spring St.,
room 0. 2-11
mrsTla VINXE AXDERSOX-
Dressmaker.
Prices reasonable; all work guaranteed.
322 S. Spring St., room 0. 11-li
MRS.M. M. PERCIVA L, DRIOSSM AKf It,
139 X. Spring st., room 10, Los Ange
les. Prices Irom $3.50 up; fit guaranteed.
2-26
DRESBMAKINO, OUTTIXG AXD Fl'i%
ting; suits made from $3 up. Rooms
21-22. 32i;j S. Spring st. 11-12
MISS DAY, THE~ONLY _ RE LI AI3LE
dressmaker in the city. Tailors 415^ 2
S. Spring st. 11-11
MRS. TREHY—FRENCH DRESSMAK
ing; work and lit guaranteed; con
tract. 127 E. Third st. 2-22
MRS.~A;~ir OARLBTON - Tarisian
moildte; work guaranteed. 139 X.
Snring.
PALMISTRY—RETURNED, THE CEL
ebrated European occult soientist,
Prof. A. Myers, palmist, psychometrist
nnd phrenologist, woo has examined the
hands of most of the crowned beads ol
Europe, has arrived in Los Angeles and
intends to remain here for some time. By
palmistry he reveals accurately the past,
present and future of the individual;
gives descriptions of every member ot
your family, tbe deceaaed as well ad the
living; also tbe description of the one
you nave married and the one you will
marry; tells country ol birtn, age and
how long you will live; describes perfect
ly your preeent clrcuroetances, and no
matter hew dirtllult they are by his ad
vice you will be able to avoid obstacles
end be aided to success. As a psychom
etrist he is unequalled. He will locate
any ailment or disease more accurately
tban autopsy would do, and by this gift
and power has helped many who had
given up all bope. All who are about to
make a change should consult him, as
bis advice is reliable anu beneficiel. Telia
past, present and future in general lor $1.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed or no pay.
Free—free. Free medical diagnosis from
S to 10 a.m. weaning« irom 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Parlors, The Norwood, 550 S. Hill
at., cor. Sixth. 10-5
PERSONAL— ARRIVED — I'ROF. SE
nian. the celebrated European deline
ator of character, palmist and medium;
tells past, present and future and wheth
er the one you are going to marry will
make a happy companion; anyone hay
ing a rending will be entitled to have the
talent of one child or tbe photo of a friend
i read free of charge; if you are in poor
health or in trouble or about to make a
change, do not fail to consult him, as Ii is
advice is very benelioial. Perfect satis
faction guaranteed or no pay. 3311.: S.
. j Spring, room 1. 9-10-lm
' MISS KING, WORLD RENOWNED AS
trologist, occultist and palmist,
naa arrived in this city; never fails to
give satisfaction on all affairs of life;
consultation frjm 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 242£
S. Bioadway. 12-12
PATENTS, COPYRIGJITS.^ETC.^
1 FOR IX\*EXTIONS OBTAIX
ed in all countries; bought und sold.
S. J. DAY & CO., patent attorneys, room
85, Bryson blk. tf
KNIGHT "~BROS"PATENT SOLlCl
tors—Free book on patents. 30» Stim
; son blk. H-22
HAZARD A TOWNSEXD, 9 DOWXEY
blk. Tel. 47. Loa Angeles. 8
. BATHS^^
LADIES. ATTENTION !—HOT, COLD
and shower batbs, witb lady attend
ants, 7 for $1; porcelain tubs. 252 E.
Fifth st. 10-3
Notice of Meeting for tbe Adoption of
By-laws
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI A BPE
clal meeting of the members of "The Bi
cycle Road Association of I.os Angeles," a cor
poration, will be held at the assembly room of
the Chamber of Commerce, southeast curner
of Fourlh street ana Broadway, In the city of
Loa Angeles, In Los Angeles county, California,
on Friday eveninß, the 27th dayof September,
1805, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of
adoption a code of by.laws for the govern
ment ol said corporation and the transaction
of such othor business as may como before
them.
By order of tho President.
.1. A. KELLY, Secretary.
Dated Los Angeles, sspteniber 12, 18'jj.
8- 28
LOS ANGELES nET?ALD: FRIDAY MORNING* SEPTEMBER 13, 1895.
LOS ANGELES
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ANALYTICAL CHF.IISTS AND AS3AYERS
WADE 4 WADE, 10»14 Commercial St.
ATTORNEYS. AT-LAW
W. H. SHINN, 205-'JOS Wilton hlk., Spring St.
I BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND ORINDERS
STKINKN <fc KIRCHNEK, 130 N. Main St.
JOSEPH JAEUiSK, tbi s. Main, bet 2(1 and :la.
BICYCLES
OIBSON RROS.. "The Wlnton." 054 S. Sprint?,
H. O HAINES. Ihe March. 335-339 N. L. A. St.
"KEATING, ' Hawler, Umg<t Co , 210 N.jMa in
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
! FOWLER £ COt*/ELL. 115 IV. Socond ,<L.
BRASS WORKS
JAMES JONES ds QO., College sr.. near Main.
PACIFIC BRASS WORKS, tip. Main, cor. Alpine
BOOTS AND SHOES
11. C. BLANBY, 352 B, Spring st.
CHIROPODIST
Dr Zachan, diseases of tin. feet. 253 8. Spring.
CROCKERY
1 PAC. CROCKERY A TIN CO., 228 N. L, A. BL
CAST-OFF CLOTHING
: B. OREESG iRT, bnv and sell, 107Commercia
M. LEVY pays highest prices, 131 E. First St.
CARRIAdE REPOSITORY
BOTTS * PHELPS, 330 8. Main. Tel. 1276,
CARRIAGE WORKS
THE TABOR CAR'GE WORKS. 137 IV. Fifth st.
OWL CARRIAGE WORKS, 800 S. Main st.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS, IRRIGATION
GRAY BROS. & WARD, 188 N. B'way. Tel. 236.
CUTLERS, GRINDERS AND RAZOR FACTORY
I W. & O. E. HOPPKRBTEAP, 110 W. Third it.
DRUGGISTS—WHOLESALE
F. W. BRA UN <fc CO. ,405-4.07 N. Main; tel. 954,
DELICACIES
FRICKER& E6DKN. Mott Market: tel. 1398.
DENTISTS
I. .D. BWARTOCT, all W. Kitst st. Tel. 105f
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWIG A WAGNER, Melt Market. Tel. 580.
FURNITURE —WHOLESALE
pacific furniture co.. 227-229 c. Fourth
GROCERS—WHOLESALE
HAAS, BARVCH Jc CO., 320 to 320 N. L. A. St.
HARNESS MADE AND REPAIRED
L, M. DROUET, 127 San Pudro st.
HOTEL BROKERS
ASSOCIATED HOTEL IN VESTMENT BUREAU,
102 S. Broadway; buy, sell nnd lease.
HOTELS
ABBOTSFORD INN, oor Bth & Hope. Tel. 1176
HARNESS MANUFACTURER
OTTO RUF, 323 S. Main. New Tin nvcroln halL
HAT MANUFACTURERS
RUSSELL Si WILSON, 113 West Third street.
HORSE SHOERS
J. GOODWIN & Spooner, 325 S. Los Anglles St.
LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE RBP'TS
STANDARD COLLECTION & MERCANTILE
CO., (Inc.) $100,000. 211-212 Stimson. A. 0,
Broderson, att'y.
KILLS FLEAS, INSECTS AND PLANT PEST 3
CHLORO'NAfT It OLEUM, 710 S. Spring st.
LATH, WIRE AND PICKET FENCES
PACIFIC I?«NCE CO.. 282 East Seroild SL
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL . 118 Court st
LIVERY STABLES
CALIFORNIA .STABLES. 373 H, Main st. TeL 48
riACHINE WORKS
MANN 4 JOHNSON, 1099-1013 N. Main at
MANTELS,TILES AND HARDWOOD LUfIBER
HENRY BOHRMANN, 514 S. Spring st Tc1.768
PHOTO ENORAVIINUS IN LINE it HALE-TONB
LOS ANG. PHOTO ENG. CO., 205 1 , & Main st
STORAGE
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE. 801 and 803 E. First
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
COUNBTABLE .t COUTTS. 198 N. Los Angelos
UNDERTAKERS AND BMBAI.PIERS
BOOTH Si BOW, 458 S. Main st Tel. 1849.
UPHOLSTERING AND CARPET CLEANING
JAMES W. ALLEN; 513 Beuth Spring street.
PHOTOGRAPH—LANDSCAPE
F. H. MAUDE At CO.. 211 W. First st.
POULTRY SUPPLIES—INCUBATORS
JOHN L>. MERC'KR, 117 K. Seoond st. TeL 422
PHYSICIAN
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl'dg, Km. 216. Tel. 78.
RESTAURANT
COSMOPOLITAN r 219-221 W, Second st
REAL FSTATE
NORTON <t KENNEDY, 134 S. Brdwy; tel 882
SADDLES, HARNESS AND S ADDLE W ARB
J. F. MORENO, 220 Aliso St.
SEWiNO rtACMINB REPAIRING
M V. BILUNGS,42«)<j«). Sprtag St. Tel. 1315
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
CHAS. W. ADAMS, 3»8 N. Main. Tel. 1347.
WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN
G. STOESAK, 511 S. Spring et, eet. 5tU and 6th
WINES AND SPIRITS.
C. F. A. LAST, 129 and 131 N. Main st,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
E. FLEUR, 404-406 N. UA. St. Tel 224.
Preventive end Cnre. Prepared only b>
Fred F. Kleferdorf, Chemist, 424 South Mala
itreet. Los Angeles.
! TOASTING DISEASES WEAKEN WONDER
" fully because tbey weaken you slowly, gradu
ally. Do not allow this waste of body to make
you a poor, flabby, immature man.Healtb, strength
and vigor fs for you wbetlier you be rich or poor.
The Great Hudyan is to ho had only from the Hud
, son Medical Institute. This wonderful discovery
was made by the specialists of the old famous Hud
- sou Medicfil Insiitute, It is tho strongest and most
! powerful vitali/xT made. It Is so powerful tbat it
, Is simply wonderful how hurmloss it is. You can
get It from nowhere but from tbe Hudson Medical
Institute. Write for circulars and testimonials.
~ This extraordinary Rejuvenator Is tho most
wonderful discovery of the age. It has been en
' \crsed by the leading scientific men of Europe and
i_.uer.ea,
PtOYAXIi purely vegetable.
XSYI»\A\ 6tops prFmatureness of the dls*
cfcenro hi twenty days. Cures I,ost MA %-
HOODi constipation, dizziness, falling sensations
nervous twitching of the eyes and other parts.
Strengthens, Invigorates and tones the entire
system. It is as cheap aa any Oliver remedy.
' HIVDYAK cures debility, nervousness, emis
sions, and develops and restores weak organs.
Pains in tbe back, losses by day or night stopped
t quickly. Over 2,000 private indorsements.
Prematureness means lrapotency In the first
stnge. It fs a symptom of seminal weakness and
barrenness. It can be stopped in twenty days by
i the use of Hudyan. Hudyan costs no more than
c any other remedy.
Send for circulars and testimonials.
TAINTED BLOOD-Impure blood due to
serious private disorders carries myriads of sore*
producing germs. Then comessore throat, pimples,
copper colored spots, ulcers in mouth, old sores and
fat Hit ir hair. You can save- n trip to Hot Springs by
writing * jr 'Blood Hook' lo the old physicians of the
HUDSON IttEDICAI* INSTITUTE,
Stockton, Market und Fills St*.,
ban kita 5i l is i 11, CAI*.
Identify j mir,cll'wllh bntlnr.. oard.
Send plain ealladffsaaef stamped ea
▼elope fur valuable Infbrmatf.n re*
..riling dim. UK A I«JHT COOHK
Address % bill CHICAGO. IL_
LOCAL FIELD OF COMMERCE
Weekly Review of the Local
Trade Conditions
DRIED FRUIT IS WAITING
Moderate Business and a Few Failures
for Small Amounts
Possibilities of the California Sardine Canning
Industry, in View of a Short Out.
put from Europe
R. W. Burnbam, manager for R, G.
Dun .fe Co., furnishes tbe following
weekly review of local trade conditionj:
The past week has been barren of any
feature of importance. General jobbing
business has been only moaeratelv active.
Lumber and hardware brisk, strong de
mand and an upward tendency in prices.
Retailers report a fair movement in
trade, but not as liberal as might be ex
pected, now tbat the stimmet exodus is
over.
In the locul produce market supplies
of fresh fruits nave been plentiful to
meet requirements of trade, and prices
had an easy tone.
lined fruits, in which interest centers
at this season, are still quiet; demand is
light, but concessions of any importance
are not made. The now crop stock in
creases,still grower and seller hold values
tirmly and tho easterner plays a waiting
game.
Hanks report an abundant supply of
\\roe money for borrowers on good secur
ity, but demand only moderate.
There have been only three failures in
our distiict so far this month, with lia
bilities aggregating 111,300; assets, nom
inally, $5000.
California pish Interests
A gentleman who is familiar with the
European fish interests and has some
knowledge of California's possibilities in
this line, says that the European sardine
crop will be short this yeai; in fact there
will be practically no crop at ail, as the
lish have not yet begun to run, although
the season is already late and the sar
dines are too large for satisfactory can
ning. In his opinion the sardine busi
ness should be moved to California, and
he thinks to San Dieeo.
"There are tons and tons of them in
the bay," said lie. "and we have our
own olive oil for putting them up. I
should think it one of the most promising
forms of lish canning to undertake here.
If Europe wants to transfer its business
to San L'iego, which is what it ought to
want to do, it can be assured of plenty of
sardines fresh from the water at, or per
haps a little below. 2 cents a pound in
ton lots. That is now the condition of
lhe raw material market In San mego,
due to the abundant supply of fish."
This is also the condition at San Pedro
with the variation that at the l.os Ange
les suburb an enterprising fisherman has
established a sardine business which has
already assumed handsome proportions,
and la rapidly growing larger.
It scams a little strange that off the
coast of the northeastern states and in
the Alaska region, the moat forbidding
and comfortless regions of the North
American continent, tremendous fishing
interests should have beoome established,
while the California coast, wheie tho
finest fishing grounds of the whole world
may be found, should nave been utterly
neglected by the experts. It may per
naps be explained by tho fact that where
t here are so many and so great resources
some ot them are certain to be neglected,
I at least for a time.
LOCAL PRODUCE
Wholesale and Retail Quotations Corrected
Dally
LOS ANGELES. Sept 12.
Business is steady and prices firm. Tne
increase of trade expected upon tbe re
turn of visitors from summer reserts has
not yet manifested itself largely, and the
present weather tends somewhat to
lengthen the outing season.
Eastern eggs have recovered the In loss
made some days ago, but importations
are imminent and tbe price likely to re
cede slightly with the increase of sup
pi ies.
Quotation! follow:
Kggs—California ranch, 24c eastern,2oc.
Butter -Creamery, fancy 2-lb squarei,
28-ois squares, .50c; coast cream
ery, 28-0! squares, 55c. Dairy, fancy 2
lb squares, 15c; 28-oz squares, 12c; pickled
22W<826c.
Green Fruits—Grapes, Black Hamburg,
Muscat and Concord, 50n per crute; pears,
650 per box; raspberries, 10c per box;
strawberries,HtflOc ; plums,7scr"'sl.oo; figa,
4(S!5c per lb: apples,sl.so; poaches,6oc per
box; blackberries, 8o per box; pineap
ples, 13.00t314.00 per do7.cn; bananas, $2.25
; @2.75 per bunch; watermelons, 35(8ti5
per doz; cantaloupes, 40(350o per doz.
Vegetables -Sweet potatoes, $1.00;
' green corn, 50c per sack; cucumbers, 40c
per box; tomatoes, 400 per box; beets, 75c
per 100 lbs; cabbage, boo; carrots, 75c;
green onions, 20c per dozen; lettuce, [email protected]
150 per dozen bunches; parsnips, 80<6S90c
per 100 lbs; onions, new white. 50c; yel
low, 50(86Gc; turnips, 75c; string beans,
3c; summer squash, 35c per box; green
peppers, [email protected] par lb; artichokes, 45c per
do/; beans, lima, $5.50; navy,s3.2s; pink,
$1.90(62.00.
Potatoes—Local, [email protected]; northern, 00c
(giii.oo.
Poultry—Hens, per doz., $4.25(34.50;
young roosters, $4.00(34.75; old roosters,
$1.00; broilers, 12.0XK58.00; ducks, $5.00®
(1.00; turkeys, live, [email protected]; per lb; geese,
$1.00Q1.25 'per head.
Millstuffs—Flour, Los Angeles, $3.00;
Stockton brands, $3.85; Oregon, $3.20;
bran, per ton, local, $10.00; northern,
$15.50; shorts, per ton, local, $18.00;
northern, $10.00; rolled barley per ton,
$13.00; cracked com, per cwt.,51.20; feed
meal, per cwt., $1.25.
Provisions—Hams, Rex, per lb,, 11 Ho;
picnic, (i'^c; boneless, 9>ic. Bacon—Per
lb., Rex breakfast, light medium,
9c; medium, 7Wo. Dried beef—Per lb.,
acts, 10c; insides, Dry salt pork—
Per lb., clear bellies, BWc; short clear,
7^,c; clear bauks, 7c. Pickled pork—Per
half bbl., SO lbs.. $8. Lard—Per ib.,
ivory compound, tierces, rexolene,
6Mc; pure leaf, 7c. Cottolene—Bc.
Hides and Wool—Hides as they run—
Dry, ln'-jo: kips, 11c; dry calf, 15c; bulls
mid stags, BUc. Sheep pelts—Weak.
Wool—Nominally, 2!-ij<gsc.
Cheese—California—Full cream flats,
12c; young America, 13c; band, 14c; half
cream flats, 7c; young America,
hand, Eastern—Chedders and
twins, lo($14c. Imported — Swiss, 250;
limburger, [email protected]: bock, [email protected]; West
phalia, 20c; Roquefort, 42,'^c.
Grnin and Hay—Barley—Per cental,
feed, 60c; seed, 60c. Corn—Per cental,
$1.15. Wheat—Per cental, $1.06. Hay—
Per ton,alfalfa, barley, $7.0b(J5
9.00: wheat, [email protected]; tame oats,
[email protected]
Citrus Fruits—Lemons—Tlncured, $1.40
diiJl.6o; cured, [email protected] Oranges—
Per box, fancy aeedltngs $1.00; choice,
80c; standard, fisc.
Dried Fruits—Apples- Sun dried,saoks,
per lb., stW(io; boxes, 7(??8c: ovaporaled,
fancy, B<fs9c. Apricot.-—Fancy,
choice, Be. Peaches—Fancy, unpceled,
60; bleaohed, 6c. Nectarines--Fancv, 8(63
9c ; choice, ti(»7c. Pears- Fancy evapor
ated. 7(g!90. Plums—Pitted, choice, 7®
90. Prunes -Choice, boxed, [email protected]; sacks,
3«t40; fancy, Be.
Live Stook- Hogs—Per cwt., $B. Bee
cuttle scv.de. Mutton .t'j'c. per lb. Veal
-s>j(£7o per lb.
Iresh Meets—Batchers' prices fur whole
carcasses: Beef— par lb. Veal—
o.WOOo. Mutton, Ho7c. fori— 6c.
Sots—Walnuts—Los Angeles. 6c; Los
Nietos, 8c; medium soft. [email protected]!jo; soft
shell Los Nietoi fancy, ll(n}l2c. Almonds
-Soft shell. 11012 c; paper shell, 18c;
hard shell, 6a. Filberts—lOol2> a c. Pec
ana—lSA 16c
Honey and Beeswax—Honey—Comb,
per lb. ; strained, i\i®ic. Bees,
wax—2oo22c per lb.
LOCAL BANK CLEAWNIi
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 12.
Following are the L*i Angeles bank
clearing? for the current week:
Day. Exchanges. Balances.
Monday
Tuesday $ 277.943.83 t1H,!«,2«
Wednesday 303.474.82 3.1,119.!H
Thursday 218,182.09 22,108.71
SAN FRANCISIU MARKETS
Call Board Prices •■drain and Provision Move
ments
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12.-Wheat-
Weak, December, 91% c; May, 96J4c.
Barley—Flat; December, 56% c; May,
64^c.
Corn—Bl.lo.
Bran— $12.00.
Flour—Famllv extras, $3.35*53.45; bak
ers' extras, $3.1503.25; superfine, $2,353
2.60.
Wheat — No. 1 shipping. 90j> per
cental: choice, 91^0; milling. 97;[email protected]
$1.00 ncr cental.
Barley—Feed, fair to good, 52;.,065c per
cental; choice, 57 Mc; brewing, 62> a 070c
Oats —Prioo unchanged. Milling 90095 c;
surprise, 950051.05; fancy feed, 9C095c,
good to choice, 80085 c; poor to fair, 52' i
Black, nominal; gray, 75(282^0.
San 1.-a u.s:-i Priiazt market
SAN FRANCIBCO.Sept. 12.—Potatoes-
Burbanks, 8098681 Early Rose, 30040 c;
sweet potatoes, $1.0001. DO.
Onions—4Uosuc per sack.
Buiier—Fancy creamery, 22023 c; sec
onds, 20021 c, fancy dairy, 1902uc;
good to choice, [email protected] -o; medium grades,
15017 c.
Cheese—Fancy mild new, 5, 1 - 3 'o7c; com
mon to good, sc; Young America,
507 c; Eastern, U&Vl'4c; Western, lOCfJllc.
Eggs—Ranch, 22025 c per do:; store,
15018 c.
Poultry—Turkey gobblers. per
lb; bens, 10011 c; geese, pair, $1.2501. 50;
goslings, per pair, $1.2501.60; ducks.
13.0003.50 per dozen for old and
$3.0003.50 for young; hens, $3.5004.00;
roosters, young. $3.0004.50 per doi;
old, $4.0004.50 per dozen; fryers, $3,500
4.50 per dozen; broilers, $2.5003.00 per
dozen for large and $1.5002.00 for small;
pigeons, $1.2501.75.
Game—Nominal.
Middlings, $15.00018.00 ncr ton.
Ground and rolled barley, $13.00014.03;
oil cake meal at the mill, $25 per ton;
cottonseed oil cake, $24 per ton.
Hay—Wheat, $7.00010.00: wheat and
oat. $6.0009.00; barley. $5.0007.00; oat.
$5.0008.00; alfalfa, $5.500 7.00; clover, $6.00
07.50: compressed, $0.00 0 8.50; stock,
{4.6005.50 per ton.
Straw, 20045 c per bale.
Fruit riarket
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12.-Orchard
fruits and berries sold today at the fol
lowing prices:
Plums—2sosoc.
Apples—Green, 25050 c per box; red, 35
085 c per box.
Prunes—2so4oc.
Pears—2scosi.so per box.
Peaches—2so6oc per box.
Blackberries—sl.B*o4.oo per chest.
Raspberries—s4.oooo.oo per chest.
Huckleberries—s3.ooo4.oo.
Strawberries — Longwortbs, $1.0005.03
per chest; common, $2.0003.00.
Figs—,l6o6oc.
Gra pes—2oo4oc.
Crab apples—3oo6oc.
Watermelons—s3.ooo6.oo per 100.
Cantaloupes -30040 c.
California lemons—Common, $1.0002.00
per box; good to choice, $2.5003.50.
Limes—Mexican, $5.0006.00 per box.
Bananas—sl.ooo2.oo per bunch.
I Pineapples—s2.ooo4.oo pur dozen.
Vegetable Market
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12.-Vegetable
quotations follow:
Green corn—sOcosl.sO.
String beans—2o3c.
Summer squash. 25040 c per box.
Tomatoes—2sosoc per box.
Egg plant—3oosoc.
Cucumbers—lso2sc per box.
Peppers—Green. 20030 c; dried, 13015 c
Okra—2sosoc per lb.
Cabbage—6so7sc per cental.
Carrots—soo.
Garlio—2o3c par lb.
Cauliflower—s3o6oc.
Beets—soc.
Parsnips—7sc.
Liverpool Market
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 12. — Wheat-Snot
quiet; demand poor; No. 2 red win
ter, 4s 3d; No. 2 red spring, 4s HKd;
No. 1 hard Manitoba, 4sll>i'd; No. 1 Cali
fornia, 4s Id.
Futures closed easy and lower;
September, 4s 8d; October, 4s No
vember, 4s SH&i December, 4s Jan
uary, 4s 9J£d; February, 4s lOl^d.
Corn—Spot firm; American mixed,
new, 3s 4Kd.
Futures closed steady and 101Wd lower;
September, 5s 3%d; October, Sf 3-'< d; No
vember, 353% d; December, Jan
uary, 3s 3d; February, 3s Id.
Flour—Steady; demand good; St. Louis
fancy winter, 6s Od.
Hops—At Loudon, Pacific coast, £1 15s.
Chicago Live Stock Market
CHICAGO, Sept. 12—Cattle—Common
to extra native steers, $5.5005.75; cows,
$1.5003.80; bulls, $1.8502.75; calves, $3.00
06.50; stockers and feeders, $2.5002.75.
Hogs—Heavy, $3.6004.40; lights, $3.85
04.50; mixed, $3.0004.35; pigs, $3,000
4.25.
Sheep—Common to good natives, $1.25
03.75; lambs, $3.0004.83; westerns, $2.50
03.40.
Receipts — Cattle, 11,503; calves, 503;
hogs, 14,000; sheep, 17,000.
Fruit Sales
CHICAGO, Sent. 12.—California fruit
was sold at auction today, the following
prices being realized:
Pears—sl.lso2.6o.
Prunes—[email protected]|l. 15.
Peaches—6scosl. 15.
Grapes—6scosl.ls.
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.—California fruit
sold at auction today realized tha follow
ing prices:
Pears-$L0002.40.
Plums—sl.9o.
Prunes—BOcosl.6o.
Peaches—ssc.
Grapes—9Ocosl. 40.
Silver Bullion
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 12. — Silver
bars, per ounce, 07007V 8 0.
Mexioan dollars. 54% 054% c.
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.-3Uve.- bars Dar
ounce, 070.
Mexican dollars, 54%0.
LONDON, Sept. 12. — Bar silver per
ounce, 30 9-18tL
Bank of England Bullion
LONDON, Sept. 12.—The amount of
bullion gone into tho Bank of England
today was £292,000.
Petroleum
NEW YORK. Sept, 12.—Petroleum-
Dull; closed at $1.20.
When Baby waa aid. we gave her Castoria.
When ahe waa a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Was, ahe clung to Castoria.
When ahe had Children, ahe g, we them Castoria.
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Bond and Produce
Quotations
WALL STREET SPECULATION
Exceptional Irregularity the Market's
Distinguishing Feature
Rumors of Another Government Bond Issue
Have a Specially Depressing; Effect.
Bonds Dull and Heavy
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.—The 'feature of
today's stock market was,as on the previ
ous Gay, exceptional irregularity. Tho
volume of business showed a shrinkage as
compared with that of the day previous
of about 126,000 shares, but the dealings
were relatively well distributed. The
leaders in point of activity in the railroad
shares were St. Taul, Reading, Atohison,
Rock Island and Tennessee coal in the
industrials. Rumors of a probubie new
government loan in tne near future and
continued strength of the exchange mar
ket had eapecialy depressing effects. The
rumors of a probable new bondjissue by
tbe government were supplemented late
in the day by further weakness in the
quotations of tbe new government fours.
The declines as compared with last
night's linal call were IJ< percent for the
registered bonds and % per cent for the
coupons. Tbe declines since the first call
on Monday were 2Ji per cent for tan reg
istered and 2% for tbe coupons. No
withdrawal of gold was made for ship
ment on Saturday but it is expected that
about $2,000,000 will go abroad. About
2:30 the market rallied to 2|* per cent.
The closing was weak with general net
losses.
Bonds were dull and heavy. Declines,
Northern Pacific consols five trust re
ceipts, PJ; Atchison seconds trust re
ceipts, 1.
Closing Stocks
NEW YORK. Sept. 12.— The official clos-
Inc quotations for stooks wore as fol
lows :
Atohison 20 r : B U. P.D .A Gulf...
Adams Ex 147 Northwestern.... 103^
Alton, Terre H... 60 do pfd 146
doofd N Y. Central 10.)
American Bz 1H N. Y. A N. Eng .. 55
Bait. A Ohio 85U Ontario * West.. 18V«
Can Pacltlo 56' t Oregon Imp 8
Can. Southern... 53% OregouNav 23
Central Pacific... IS'i OregonShorcLine
Ches. A Ohio 20', AN'orthern 10
Chic. 4 Alton... .163 PacitlcMail 33M
C. B. AQ 8714 Peoria Dec A 8.. 6>J
Chicago Gas 62)6 Pittsburg 1624
Cod. lias 143 Pullman. 173«
C. C. c. A St. L... 47 Reading lf>\
Col.Coal A Iron.. ~ [ \ Richmond Ter...
Cotton Oil SMm do ptd
Del. A Hudson; . lfllKlßio 8. Western... 18
Del. Lack. W lOßii do pfd 41'j
D. A R. G. pfd .14 Rock tslaud 79 a »
Distillers 18' i SLPaul... 7Mj
East Term 1 do pfd 12i1'»
Erie !) St. Paul A O 42".j
dopfd asgaf do pfd 118
Fortwavne l»2'-j Southern Pacific. B*J£
Gt.North'n 01d..127 Sugar Refinery... 11l
CAE. 111. pfd....104 Term. Coal Afron 41J9
Hocking Valley.. 24 :TexasPacitic 12'»
IllinoisCen 103 Tol. A O.Cen pfd. 78
St. Paul A Duluth 33 UniouPacitio 15
Kan. A Tex. ptd. 38 r '„ U. 8. Express 47
Lake Erie A w... 25j» Wabash. St. Louis
dopfd 79 APaciflo O'i
Lake Shore 13U 7 S do p/d 23 5 a
Lead Trust 34'j Wells-Fargo Ex. 110
U AN «3\ WetteraDnlea... 93^
L. A N.Albany .. B9j WheelingA L. F... 10
Manhattan Con . do pfd 50Vi
Memphis A Char. 15 Minn. A St. L 21',
Michigan Ceh....lOaV« U. A ft. (i ITVfi
Missouri Pacific.. 38' 2 Gen.Electric 3H
Mobile A0hi0.... 24' 4 Nat. Linseed 25U
Nasb. A Chat .... 70 iCol. Fuel A Iron. 39Ji
Nat.Cordego 8M dopfd 94
do pfd 13 ,H. A Tex, Cen... 2
N.J. Central 112 T01.,A. A. A North
Norfolk AW pfd.. 14W| Michigan 1«
North American., M£ tol,Bt>{* AX.C 8
N. Pacific |Q do pfd 17
dopfd 18). American l'obao. 95Ji
Eo. R. R 12?, do pfd 107
donfa BitZlK P.. M. A M.... Us!i
Bond List
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.—The following
are the closiug quotations for tha bond
list:
fj S new 4s, reg. ..120' j Cen Pac lsts, '95.102
U S new 45,c0up..120 1 s Denver <£ R G 75.. 116*
U Sss, reglstered.listl do 4s 93^
do6s, co poa...HSU Erie seconds 77W
do 4s, reg. 111S G H A S A Os 107
do4s,coup UJU; do 7s 103
do 2s, reg H A T Cent sb. .. .111
Pacific6sof '95..100 do«s. 107
Alabama Class A. ton M X T first 4s .... 90
doclassß 108 do second 46... B6K
doclassC 100 Mot Union 65....114
docurrency 100 |N JC Gen 5s 113J*.
La New Con 45... MI4 N Pacltic lsts Uojj
Missouri Os 100 doSds 103
N Carolina6s 125 Northwest C0n...141^
do 4s 102 ! tloSrdcbs!...lll l ,
R Carolina N-fund 11,l l , R l, IV lsts 77 - t
Term new set 65.. 90 St Paul 10a 75... 127 T, g
dobs 105 i do C A P W 55.. 115W
do 3s 60 Ist L A I M Gen 5s 86ti
dooldlis 60 StLA.SFGen(is..ll()!^
Ya Centuries OftVj Texas Pac lsts.... 92
do deferred 6 1 do ids 29
Atchison 4s 82>4 t" P lsts of '96 107's
do 2d A 34', West Shore 45....10714
Can South 2d5.... 107> 4 ,80 R Rss 90^
Government Unnds weak.
State bonds firm.
Railroad bonds linn.
Mining Shares
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12.—Official
closing quotations for mining shires werj
as follows:
Alta 10 Julia 03
Alpha Cou 16 Justice. 07
Andes 44 Kentuck Con 14
Belcher 58|Lady Wash'n Con.. 02
Beile fßie Mexican 70
Best A Belcher. ...115 Mono 12
Bodie Con 15 Mt Diablo 15
Bullion 20 Navalo. ... .
BulwerCon Hi Occidental C0n.... 25
Caledonia 18 Ophir IUS
Challenge Con SoiOverman 20
Chollar 62 Potoal 67
Confidence 210|Savage ... 41
Con Cal and Va ...285i8corpion 7
Con Imperial. 04<Slerra Nevada 96
ConNewYork Ofl Sllver Hill 03
CrownPolnt.. 63 Silver King 20
Exchequer 04iUnion Con 65
Gould A Curry . 58jUtahCon. 10
Grand Prize Yellow Jacket 45
Hale A Kororoas... 170|
Boston Quotations
BOSTON, Sept. 12.— The closing quota
tions were:
Atchixon 21 {Mexican 13
Bell Telephone...lo9 San Dlogo 5
Burlington Short Line 10
rioney Quotations
NEW YORK, Sept. 12.—Money on call
easy at 1 par cent; last loan at 1
per oent; closed at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, per
cent.
Sterling exchange dull, with actual
business 111 baokors'bills at
for demand aud *4.s:i:M.*' „ for 60
-day bills.
Postal rates, [email protected] and $4.90
(24.90.
Commercial bills, 11.8841.
Silver certificates, 67;. 4 @67Ji.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 12.—Sight
drafts on New York,
'Telegraphic, 5c
LONDON, Sept. 12.—Bank of England
discount rate, 2 per cent.
Consols, 107 13-16 d.
ChiCAOO MARKET
The Day's Transactions on the Chicago Board
of Trade
CHICAGO, Sept. 12. Wheat was more
active today, and alter a heavy drop
ruled string and higher. Tnere was free
selling early by Partridge, and as Liver
pool came )«($% lower the price went off
early to 57>ic or lower tban the close
yesterday. The northwestern receipts
were lighter—only 825 cars, against 1132
cars yestvrday. Cudahy was a heavy
buyer through his numerous brokers,
while Logan. Baldwin & Farnum also
bought heavily. For a time tbe demand
wus well supplied, but, the sellers were
finally baled ort and the market began to
strengthen. There was some free selling
on the advance, which caused temporary
weakness, but the advance waa held very
well, closmg linn, %c higher.
Corn opened apparently weak, but
firmed tin near tho close. May closed un
changed.
Oats were quiet, but firm, May gaining
%c.
Provisions were firm all day. Septem
ber pork advanced 12c%. January 10c.
October lara gained l2j<;c and January
10c. October ribs gained 20c and January
7Kc.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat No 2—
September —........SOW
December. 51^i'Mil%
May „ 017,562
Corn No. 2—
September • 31
October 30' i
Secembsr. 27..,
May 28',,
Oats No. 2—
September 19'Z
October _ 18*5
May 20J.
Gash quotations ware as follows:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.0003.50; wltt«
ter straights, $2.8503.25; spring patents,
$2.3502.75; spring straights, $2.7503.i0;
bakers', $1.905i2.30.
Wheat—No. 2 spring. No. S
spring, No. 2 red, 6ti;4os6}4'c
Corn—No. 2, 31 %c.
Oats—No. 2, 19Lic; No. 2 white, 21(J
21}40; No. 3 white, 20%021%c
Rye—No. 2, 37c.
Barley—No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 323
42c; No. 4, J1035C.
Flax seed—OlJ^o.
Timothy seed—Prime, $4.10.
Moss pork—Per barrel, $8.2508.37^.
Lard—Per ll)0:lbs, $5.82^05.85.
Short ribs—Side3, loose, $5.3506.40.
Dry salted shoulders — Boxed, $5.50:9
05.62>4.
Short clear sides, b0xed—56.0006.25.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods par
tallon—sl.22.
On the produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creamery, 90
2oc; dairy. 9^017c.
Eggs were firm at 14015 c.
The receipts ana shipments were:
Articlos. Receipts. Shipment,.
Flour, barrels 9,000 4,000
Wheat, bushels 36,000 15,000
Corn, busnels 208,000 133,000
Oats.bushals 228,000 133,000
Rye, bushels 1.000 4,000
Barley, busnels 59,000 7.000
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IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT OP LOS AN
geles City, in the County of Los Angeles
State of California. D. C. Morrison, City
Justice.
Gardner & Zellner, Plaintiffs, vs. Mrs. L. E.
Chattock and L, E. Chattock, her husband.
Defendants
The People of the State of California send
greeting to Mrs. L. E. Chattock and U E, Chat
tock, her husband. Defendant*.
You are hereby directed that you must ap
pear in an action brought against you by tha
above named Plaintiffs in the Justice's Court
of Los Angeles City, county of Loa Angela*.
Hate oi California, and auswer before tha
Justice, at his office in the said city, the com
plaint tiled therein, within five days (exclusive
of tho day ot service! after the service on you
of this summons, if served within thecity and.
county, township or city in which this action
is brought; within ten days if served out of
said township or city, but in the county in
which this action is brought, and within
twenty days ii served elsewiiere.
The said action is brought to recover judg«
ment against you in the sum of ninety-four
dollars and fifty ceuts; twenty dollars attor
ney's fees; nnd costs of suit and attachment;
the same being due the said plaintihs, Gard
ner A: Zellner, on your certain promissory
note executed and delivered to said plalntiffi
by you on the Fourteenth day of June, 1893.
all of which will more fully appear from
Plain iff'=> complaint tiled In this Court, a copy
of which is served herewith and made apart
of this Summons. And you are hereby noti
fied that if you fail to appe >r and answer said
complaint, as above required, Baid Plaintiff
will cause your default to be duly entered, an
will take judgment against you as prayed ia
their complaint, to-wit: for the sum of $94.50;
$'JU attorney's fees; and costs of suit.
Make lepal service and due return hereof.
Given under lay hand this Twenty-ninth day
of March,lt*9o.
D.C, MORRISON.
Justice of the Peace for the City of Lofl An
geles, in said County and State.
State of California, |
Coi'nty of Les Angeles, J ™*
I, T. E. Newliu, County Clerk oft he County
of Los Angeles. State of California, and «*
officio Clerk of the Superior Court thereof,
)which court is a Court of Kecordl having m
seal) do hereby certify;
That D. C. Morrison, whose name is sub
scribed to the annexed Summons, was, at tha
timo of signing the same, a Justice of tha
Peace in and for said County, dv y qualified
and authorized by law to execute said Instru
ment, and lull faith and credit aro duo to all
his orhrial acts as such.
And Ido further certify, that I am well oo*
qualntedwith the handwriting of the said
officer, and verily bell ye that the signature
to the said instrument is genuine.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the seal of said Superior
Court at my office in said county, this
day of May, A. D. 1895.
T. E. NEW LIN,
County Clerk and ex-offlcio Clerk of tha S#>
perlor Court.
I By A. w. 6eaver, Deputy. Sap 2ft
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