The popular advertising. Five cents
per line, or $\ per line per month.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Rales for ailverlfseiuents under this eiassifi
eation—l time, f, cents per line: I week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, *l per line
Houses and Lots
Don't Neglect This Opportunity,
If you want to buy one of llio hand
somest homes in this city, we have it lor
sate; tho bouse new, thoroughly mod
ern, equipped with all tbe latest appli
ances und auxiliaries that go to make
a home perfect and desirable; finished
throughout in natural and hard woods;
2L; stories 10 living rooms, east front,
large and highly improved grounds, or
namental and fruit trees; lawn graded,
drives, walks, etc. ; good barn, well de
signed, accommodate coachman; tbis
house is perfect in appointments, location
and surroundings; furniture and bric-a
brac of oriental design; we offer this
property for your inspection, famished
complete in every respect from cellar to
O. A. VICKREY & CO.,
110'< S. Broadway. 21
jroRSALE-HOUSE 5 ROOMS, GOOD
barn, flowers und fruit trees, on I'ico
St.; $1000. COUTS & SIMPSON, 406
FOR BAI,E—NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE ON
Westlako aye., near ear lino; $2500;
all modern. COUTS & SIMPSON, 400
FOR SALE — NEW 9-ROOM HOUSE.
Santee st.; Al "snap:" $4000;
"terms." COUTS ,<s SIMPSON, 48a
FOR SALE —IF YOU WANT SOME
thing nice — 10-room house, lawn,
flowers, cement walks, good cellar; lot
114x185. Call at room 400 Byrne blk.
OOUTS & SIMPSON.
FOR BALE —WE HAVE A FINE
place on Boyle Heights, 8 rooms and
•closets; "corner;" will trade for ranch.
Sec COUTS & SIMPSON", 400 Byrno blk.
FOR SALE—WE HAVE A FINE LOT
on Winlield si., near car line, only
$800; lots in same block sell for $000.
COUTS A; SIMPSON, 400 Byrne blk. tf
Tlie most complete 10-tcom bouse in
tho city; largo grounds; good Darn;
grounds nil nicely lain out all ready to
Also nice S-rooni house with all modern
conveniences; nicely decorated; large
bam; lot 78x187 to alley; this is now
ready for occupaucv; southwest; only
E. A. MILLER,
21 237 W. First st.
$1860—LOVELY HOME; A MODERN
new 5-room cottage; has hot and cold
water, piped for gas, bath, pantry and
ciosets; marblo washstand, tine mantel
and grato, double parlors and wide
porches; tinished thorughout in yellow
pine; 'tis a gem for $1850, on easy pay
ments; locnted on Fourteenth St., close
to the electric road; street graded. 18
FOR SALE—SISOO; MODERN 5-ROOM
coltago, bath, hot and cold water,
pantry, fruit trees, lawn, llowars, electric
anil cable cars, graded streets, sewer und
good location. For this gilt-edged prop
osition see COYNE & CO., Los Angeles
Theater bldg. 0-4 tf
FOR S ALE^5~f0 — iTIrOOMSTResi-
dences from $1000 to $7000; all parts
of city; very line bargains; terms to suit.
MORRIS A LEE. 328 S. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE—A SMALL MONTHLY IN
vestment will soon enable you to buy
a house and lot. For full particulars see
the IMPERIAL LOAN ASSOCIATION,
room 20 Potomac blk. 10-2
FOR BALE—S TO 14 ROOMS; RESl
dences from $1000 to $7000; all parts of
city: very tine! bargains; terms to suit.
MORRIS A LEE, 328 S. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE-$7OO-A 5-RO(JM~HOUSE
on Hunter st., just east oi Santa Fo
aye.; $200 cash. bal. monthly. E. C.
COOK, 353 S. Main. 10
FOR S A EE—BE AUtTfUL NEW~~CCF
lonial cottage, fully furnished, ready
for occupancy. H. H. BIXBY & CO..
147 S. Boadwoy. 8-25 tf
Houses in all parts of tho city.
CRE A SINGER, 110 S. Broad way. 10—1
That beautiful corner of Ninth and W.
Beacon, 130x170; this is ono of the choice
corners in tho Bonnie Brae section; see
it and you will agree with nie.
Also, only 75 feet left on tho west side
o£ Boacon st., which is so feet; $2100.
Also, beautiful lot 80 feet wide in tho
Harper tract; tbis is choice; want some
one to build at onct; 1 will make price
E. A. MILLER,
31 _! w - Birtt st.
FOR SALE - BEAUTIFUL BuTLIT
ing lots for homes on E. Ninth st., in
HiscocK it Smith's second addition;
prices, $200 to $350. on easy terms. Ap
nly on tract or to C. A. oMIT 11, 213 W.
First st. 8-20tf
FOR~S A Ei£-Wf" a A V E~A~~O U S 'i'OMEdt
for a cheap lot near new Traction
ower house. Sa'GARRY & INNES, 227
W. Second st. 18
for sale-we sell the earth"
BASSETT ci SMITH, Pomona, Cal.
FOR SALE-FINE BUSINESS LOT, 1
block from Spring and Franklin sts. ;
61x61; only $10,0110; will double in value
in short time. POINDEXTER cl WADS
WORTH, 305 W. Second st. 20
FOR sale" — ~IXCO.MI-f "proper ty
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'co.x nell, 113 S. Broadway, is
FOR SALE-10 ACRES ALFA LFA'uAND
Burbank, 11 acres alfalfa land
El Monte, $250; 15 acres in fruit, l.anker
shini, $80; 160 acres on Paciiio rajlroadi
Thompson station on tlio land. GANG
HENRY, office Nutick House. tf
FOB SALE—A 10.ACRE ORANGE
ranch at Quarts, the blue ribbon or
ange section; 10 shares of slock in tho
best water company in Southern Califor
nia. Apply to A. STEVENS UAL
STED, room 117, Bryson blk.
FOR BAUD—IOACRES, 2 MILES FROM
Downey and 10 from Los Angeles;
good sandy land: half mile off from 2
public roads; lo young walnuts. :i to al
falfa, 3 to corn and pumpkins, 1 to grapes,
raspberries, blackberries, strawberries and
vegetables; 4-room house,bam,crib,stables
and chicken house; horse and hugggy ; 2
milch cows, 1 mowing machine and hay
rake, 1 harrow. 2 plows, 2 sets of har
ness, all Improvements in good condi
tion, and about 100 chickens; owner is
going east and will give possession at
onco; everything goes, crop and all, for
$1500 cash. li. M. BLYTHE, Downey,
Cal., or 132 S. Broadway. 9-stf
FOR SALE-DO YOU WANT A FINE
Do you wont sto 100 acres in the San
Do you want a city residence?
Have you got something to sell or
Have yon got some capital to invest
where it pays big profits?
E. K. ALEXANDER, 145 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—WE SELL THE EARTH—
IiASSKTT & SMITH. Pomona. Cal.
WANT E It-REAI. EST' \TE NOTHING
succeeds like success! If you have
first-class property to dispose of, list it
with ns. Our sales today, Wednesday,
were $40,000. 11. 11. BIX'IIY & CO., 147
S. Broadway. tf
WANTEU-HOUSES -MORE' HOUSES
to sell. If you havo something cheap
wo have some cash customer-. Bring
your property in. 0. A. SUMNER &
CO., 134 S. Broadway. 9-24
WANTED-LOTS-SOME CHEAP LOTS
for cash customers. Bring in what
you have and we will sell it. C. A. SUM
NER & CO., 131 S. Broadway. 9-24
WANTICD TOlfU Y"WETIAVIi A CASH
customer for a nice homo on Boyle
Heights worth $2000 to $2500. TAYLOR
A BIT R X E, 420 S. Mam. If
WANTED - HOUSES AND LOTS,
southwest, for sale. Now have cash
buyers for neat cottages, southwest. E.
C COOK, 333 S. Main. 19_
FOlf SALE — MULES - 50
sized mules in good condition for
salo by the undersigned; can be seen at
tho stable, corner Ninth st. and Grand
View aye. LOS ANGELES RAILWAY
CO., F. W. Wood.general manager. 23-lni
IanfIfALF.—TF~Y(>IT WANT" A GOOD
horse come to the Blue Front Barn
Company, Third and Los Angeles sts.,
where you will get a better horse for tho
money than you can get any place in
town; every horse guaranteed as repre
sented. JOHN M'PHERSON. 11-17
FOR SALE—IF YOU" WANT A HORSE
or team for any purpose whatever
leave your name with 11. H. BIXBY it
CO.. 147 S. Broadway. 3-25tf
_ FOR SALE-MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALK-AT A GREAT SAcTRIFICe!
tbe turniture of a 7-room nouse; orig
inal cost nearly $3000; everything ele
gant; upright piano, fine over-stuffed par
lor pieces, exquisite dining room outfit,
porcelain dishes and silver ware; A-l bed
room sets, hair mattresses, etc.; house 4
blocks lroni city hall; can be leased by
the party-buying the furniture; extra lino
large yard, full of Howers; hero is a de
cided bargain for some one wanting a
nico homo just ready to step into, com
plete in ovory way, lino and cheap. Ad
dress for full imorniation and price, 8,,
box 90, Herald ollice. tf
FOR SALE—WH EELS~FOB 1896. ~THI
new 'Mi model Ide, the great bill
climber will be on exhibition at 223 W.
Fourth St., opp. chamber of commerce,
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 3d
and 4th, Be sure and see it. 19
FOR™ SALE —N E W AND SEOi 1N O
hand pianos on easy terms; largest
renting stocK in tbe city: tuning and re
pairing promply attended to by compe
tent workmen. KOHLER it CHASE, 233
S. Spring st. 9-otf
FOB SALE—CHEAP; Al FRINCB a L-
Dert suit, made to order of line Eng
lish clay diagonal; breast 33, leg 52U';
will trade for bicycle. S. Spring
FOR S~ALE OR EXCHA"N~E™FOR
good ranch or house and lots—One of
the best United States patents on earth;
fully tested as to merits. 055 S. Olive sr.,
room 5. il 21
FOR SALE CHEAP — FIRST-CLASS
burglar-proaf safe; weight, 3000 lbs.:
suitable for bank or railroad safe. In
quire 207 W. Second st., Bryson bis:. 21
THE FINES"t FlN
ished photographs in tho city ca,ll on
M. V. SHAFF, photographer, 239H S.
FOR SALE — FURNITURE OT' I
room cottage at a bargain. 539 S.
Broadway. Cottage being for rent. tf
FOiTs A LB—DRY GOLD WASH ER AND
outfit for sale. 1200 Tennessee St., east
of Twelfth St. 18
FOR SALE —10 lIORSE POWEIUIJOILER
nnd engine. 323 Aliso st. 9-4tf
DR. STEVENS, "a. J., REMOVED TO
opp. I:os Angeles Tneatev bldg—Four
years in Los Angeles. Fine gold crowns
(sninllj $0; best silver filling, ifl; best set
teeth, $10; beat gold plate, $35. Pain
less extracting. 11-29
239.: S. Spring st.; painless extract
ing ami filling; plate, $0, $8, $10; all
work guaranteed; established 10 yours.
Hours, 8-5, Sundays 10-12.
ALBANY DBNTA L "pTrLORS-OER"
man American Bank bldg. A set of
teeth $6; best S. S. white teeth, $10 per
W. 11. MASSES, O. U. S.. HAS Asso
ciated himself with A. P. Hays, U.
D. S., 115 W. First st. 2-22-0
F. B. OU X XIX' 111Am7 DENTIST, RE
moved to Stimson blk., cor. Third
and Spring. Tel. 45.
FI! AN X ST 10 V UN'S, i 121 % S. SPR ING S T
Open Sundays and evenings. Elec
DR~KENNEDY. DENTIST, 108U N,
Spring St., rooms 2, 0 and 7. Painless
_ MERCHANT TAILORING
JUST RECEIVED AT " 4u"sOufll
Spring st - , line stock of imported and
domestic Woolens,from which we are [ire
pared to make up suits in lutest style and
at the lowest prices. We aro also pre
pared lo show one of the best lines of
woolens in the city ; suitable for ladies
tailor-in-ide suits. Give ua a cqll ; will
please you ns well as save you money.
E. W. RETT'S. tf
EM 11,4, LIND, MEOH ANT T'ATITo IL
room 828 Wilson blk., cur Spring and
F;rst sts. ; perfect, lit guaranteed, 11-20
FOR SALE- SOME,' GOOD BR AG A INS
in second-hand organs; good makes.
KOHLER A CHASE. 233 S. Snrmi: st. tf
BOARD AND LODGING
BOARD AND BOOM— STRICTLY PRl
vtite; Jewish : $0. COLONIAL FLATS
Eighth and Broad way. 20
LADIES. "aTTENTTON I—HOT? COLD
and shower baths, with lady attend
ants, 7 for $1; porcelain tubs. 252 E.
Fifth st. 1Q.3
FRANK X SvE INSHA Xk . I'TjlfMßE R
and gas litter. Nc. 240 E. Second st.
Tel. 136. .
LOS AjNTJELES ITETJALD: WEDNESDAY MOH-NT?TGU SEPTEMBER 18,1895.
pionTcer stiTamTT'arpet works—
Carpets made, refitted, sewed and
laid. 201-210 E. Seventh st. Tel. 217. 11-20
STEAM CARPET I !,E/ N INO, SEWING
and laying. JOHN il. RICHARDS,
120 N. Spring: tel. 1343. SO tf
CARPET'S CLEA XED FliOM~2O~ PER
yard; lying lie. R. BROWN, 608 S.
THE CHAMPION WINDOW ABO
House ('leaning Co. will clean your
windows ot 5 cents and up; contracts
taken fur general house-cleaning by day,
week or month. L. LYVERE, Manager.
545 S. Olive st. 10-8
PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ETC.
P AT E X TsTForflNvlßlTlsNSo2lAAS~
ed in all countries; bought and sold.
S. J. DAY' tt CO., patent attorneys, room
85, Bryson blk. tf
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLlCl
tors—Free book on patents. 308 Stim
son blk. 9-22
HAZARD & TOWXSEXD, 9 DOWNEY
blk. Tel. 47. Lob Angeles. 3
- — i
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ANALYTICAL CHEniSTS AND ASSAYERS
WADE i WADE, IOOU Commercial it
\V. H. SHINN, 205-208 Wilson Blk., Spring st.
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS
BTEINBM A KIKCHNER, 130 N. Main St.
JOSEPH JAEGU. ttl S. Main, bet-2d and 3d.
"KEATING," Bawley, King& Co., 210 N.llain
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
FOWLER & COLWELL. 115 W. Second »t.
JAMES JONES & LO., College St., near Main.
PACIFIC BRASS WORKS, Up. Main, cor. A)pin«
BOOTS AND SHOES
H. O. BiWkNEY, 852 S. Spring St.
Dr. Za««an, diseases of the feet. 253 8. Spring.
PAC. CROCKERY «t TLX CO., 228 N. L. A. St
S. GREENG \RI, buy and sell, 107 Coffimercia
M. LEVY pays highest prices, 131 E. First it.
BOTT3 iv PHELPS, 330 LI. Main. Tel. 1270,
THE TAIIOR CAR'GE WORKS, 137 W. Fifth at
CEMENT CONTRACTORS, IRRIGATION
GRAY BKOS. it WARD, 125 N. B'way. Tel. 230,
CUTLERS, GRINDERS AND RAZOR FACTORY
E. W. it O. E. HOFPEKSTEAD. 110 W. Third au
F. W.BRAUN it CO. .405-407 N. Main; teL 954.
FRICKEP.it ESDK.N, Mott Market: tel. 1398.
L. D. SWARTOL'T, 211 W. First st. Tel. 1058
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
LUDWICfc WAGNER, Mott Market. Teh 550.
PACIFIC FURNITURE CO.. 227-220 E. Fourth
HAAS, BARUCH £ CO., 320 to 820 N. h. A. at
HARNESS MADE AND REPAIRED
L, M. DROUET, 127 San Pedro st.
ASSOCIATED HOTEL, IN VESTMENT BUREAU,
102 S. Broadway: buy, sell and lease.
ABBOTSFORO INN, cor Bth it Hope. Tel. 1175
OTTO KIT', 023 S. Main, New Turnverein hall.
RUSSELL it WILSON, 113 West Third street.
J. GOODWIN &. Spooner, 325 s. Los Angiles st
LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE REP'TS
STANDARD COLLECTION it MERCANTILE
CO., (inc.) $100,01)0. 211-212 Stiinson. A. C.
KILLS FLEAS, INSECTS AND PLANT PESTS
CHLCP.O-NAl'l'lloLEUM, 710 S. Spring St
LATH, WIRE AND PICKET FENCES
PACIFIC •rjJNCE CO., 202 East Second St.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL . 118 Court st
CALIFORNIA STABLEST 373 N. Main St. TeL 48
MANN A JOHNSON, 1099-1018 X. Main St.
MANTELS,TILES AND HARDWOOD LU/TBER
HENRY Roll R MAN N", 514 8. Spring SL Tel.7ti3
PHOTO ENGRAVINGS IN LINE & HALE-TONB
LOSANG. PHOTO ENG. CO., S. Main st.
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE. 801 and 803 E. First
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
COUNSTAIILE A- COUTTS. 1.50 N. l.os Angeles
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALHERS
BOOTH ,t ROW, 250 S. Main lb Tel. 1349.
UPHOLSTERING AND CARPET CLEANING
JAMES F. ALLEN, 513 South Spring street.
P. H. MAUDE & CO . 2H W. First St.
POULTRY SUPPLIES —INCUBATORS
JOHN D. MERCER, 117 E, Second St. del. 422
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl'dg, Km. 216. Tp.i. 73.
COSMOPOLITAN f 210-2:1 \V. Second st.
NORTON A KENNEDY, 134 s. r.rdwr; tel 862
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. F. MORENO, 220 Aliso St.
SEVViNG nACHINE REPAIRING
IL V. BILLINGS, 124' ; S Spring st. Tel. 1345
CHAS. W. ADAMS, SBB N Main. Tel. 1347.
WATCHnAKER AND OPTICIAN
G. STOESAK, 511 s. spring st. bet. slh andOtb
WINES AND SPIRITS.
C F. A. LAST, 1211 and 131 N. Main st,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
E. FLECK. 404-408 N. L. A. St. Tel 224,
IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT OP 1.03 AN
gelssCity. in the County of Los Angele.l
State ol California. I). C. Morrison, City
Gardner A Zellner, Plaintiffs, vs. Mrs. L. E.
Chattock and 1.. E. Chattock, hor husband.
The Peoplo of the State uf California send
greeting to Mrs. 1., li. Chattock and L E. Chat
tock, her husband, Defendants.
Ymi are hereby directed that you must ap
pear in uu notion brbaght against you Ijv tho
above named Plaintiffs in tho Justice's Court
of Los Angeles City, county of Los Angeles,
rtate oi coliforiiiu. and answer before tho
Justice, at his oflice in the said city, the coin,
plaint tiled therein, within five days (exclusive
ot the day oi service] after the service on yon
of this Summons, it served within the city and
county, township ur city in which this action
is brought; within tea days if served out of
said township or city, but in the county iii
which this action is and within'
twenty days if served eltewh«re.
The said action is brought to recover judg
ment against you in the. sum of ninety-four'
doflars and fifty cents; twenty dollars attor- 1
ney's fees; and costs of suit and attachment;
the same being due the Bald plaintiffs, Gsrd*
ncr & Zellner, on vuur certain promissory
nolo exeeuled and delivered lo said plaintiffs
by you on the Fourteenth day uf June. 180:t.
All oi which will more fully app. ar from
Plain Iff's Complain l Ulo iln ibis Court, a copy
I of which is sorved herewith and made a part
of tliis Summons. And you are hereby noti
fied lhat if you fail to appe >r and answer said
Complaint, 'as above required, said Plaintiff
will cause your default tv be dulyenlerpct, an
will take Judgment against you as prayed in
thotr complaint, tp-wlt: for the sum uf 88i.60|
$120 attorney's fees: cud costs of suit.
Make leva'l service and duo r-turn hereof.
Given under my hand this Tvveiitv-iiinth day
justice of Ihe Peace for tlio City of Los Aa
gelcs, tv said County ami Slate.
STATE OF CAI.IFOKNIA, (
County of Lis a hokum, (
I, T. E. Kewliu, County clerk ol: ho County
of Los Anstelos, State oi California, aud oa
oiiiciu clerk oi the Superior Court thereof,
jwhich court is r. Court uf Kecordl bavins a
seal) do hereby certify:
'I'hat i>. C. Horrisen, whose name Is sub
scribed to the nnnexeu Summons, was, at the
time of Bigsihff the same, a Justice of thu
Peace in and for s:-.id County, iluly uilulitled
nnd authorized by hnv to execute said iustrii
liiciit, und lull faith and credit aro duo tv all
his otllciul acts as such.
And Ido further certify, that I am wall ac
quainted with the handwriting of the said
officer, and verliy bellveihal the sie,uaturo
to the said instrument is genuine.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand timt affixed the seal of said Superior
Couri at my office in saitl county, this 22d
day of May, A. D. 1805.
T. E, NEW LIN,
County clerk and ex-officio Clerk of the Su
_fy.A, W. SKAVIiB. Deputy. JSCP2S
LOCAL FIELD OF COMMERCE
American Goods in the Markets
RECENT CONSULAR REPORTS
Regarding Wheat, Beef, Pork and Fruits
From the United States
Consumption of American Canned Heats
Falling Olf en Account of the Price.
Apples Bring Good Pricea
The msrkels for United States prod
ucts in Great Britain are reviewed in de
tail in recent consular reports as follows:
Cottle from this country art reported
from Liveipool as superior to the native
cattle, but sheep from the United States
and other countries do not compare fa
vorably with the British. Large quan
tities of apples are received from vuricus
countries In Europe, but American ap
ples command the highest prices. Forty
live per cent of the wheat and 90 per cent
of tbo Hour iv tlie Liverpool consular
district come from tho Unit?d States.
Consumers depend to a large extent on
the importation of bacon and bams, prin
cipally from the United States and Can
ada. The strongest objection made by
tho Liverpool trade to hog meats packed
in the United States is that of insufficient
curing. The consumption of American
canned meats is falling off, and that of
Australia increasing, duo lurgely to the
relatively high prices ot American goods.
Consul Morse, at Glasgow, reports that
over 83 per cent of tho whole wheat sup
ply there iB imported from this country.
The United States also leads in the ex
portation of Indian corn, flour, starch
and hams. In canned goods for Belfast
tho United States has no competitor. Tho
charge is made tbat the American ltnm
is too heavy and the meat too rich. The
reputation of American lard is also at a
discount, it being assorted it is tam
pered with on both sides of the Atlantic.
Merchants at Belfast bitterly complain of
tne aiieged deception of the Ame.'ican
shippers of apples, and the Canadian ap
ples are accordingly growing in popular
The flaxseed trade of the United States
with Groat Britain is reported as very
seriously affected by irregular weights oi
packages imported into tho kingdom.
California Fruit In the East
According to tho New York dispatches
more than fifty carloads of different
kinds of California fruits were disposed
of at wholesale by auction in that city dur
ing the past week. The prices obtained
were remarkably low on account of a
great influx of fruit from sections of the
country nearer than the Pacific slope.
Prices for peaches, pears and bananas
were particularly low and weak. Oranges,
which are scarce, were unchanged in
price and fairly strong. Lemons, which
were limited in supply, advanced 50
cents a box. Limes, which two weeks
bofoie were sold foi $9 to $10 a barrel, are
scarce and good ones commanded from
$15 to $20 a barrel.
Wholesale and Retail Quotations Corrected
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 17.
Dairy products are a shade lower under
large supplies. Dried fruit is quoted at
prices lower than heretofore during the
present season and tho market is flat,
there being no demand to speak of, cast
or west. Fruits and vegetables are steady
at former quotations, there being a full
supply in all lines.
Eggs—California ranch, 22c; eastern, 18
Butter —Creamery, fancy 2-lb squares.
[email protected]; 28-oz squares, 50c; couatcrea.n
ery, 28-oz S([uarcs, 50c. Dairy, fancy 2
lb'squares, 45u; 28-oz squares, 42c; piokled
Green Fruits—Grape3. Black Hamburg,
Muscat and Concord, 50c per crate; pears,
05c" per box; raspberries, 10c per box;
strawberries,B(?<j!.c; plums,7so(ll. $1.00: figs.
46—50 per lb; apples,sl.so; peaches,soc per
box; blackberries, 8o per box; pineap
ples, $3.00(3)4.00 per dozen; bananas, $2.25
(«_2.75 per bunch; watermelons, 35(&_5
per doz: cantaloupes, [email protected] per doz.
Vegetables — Sweet potatoes, 75c;
green corn, 50c per sack; cucumbers, 40c
per box: tomatoes, 40u per box; beets, 75c
per 100 lbs; cabbage, 05c: carrots, 75c;
green unions, 20c per dozen; lettuce, 12(2
15c per dozen bunches; parsnips, [email protected]
per iOO lbs; onions, new white. 50c; yel
low, 50(3600; turnips, 75c; string beans,
3c; summer squash, 850 per box; green
peppers, 3d. lo per lb; artichokes, 45c per
doz; beans, lima, $5.50; navy, $2.50; pink,
Potatoes—Local, [email protected]; northern, 00c
Poultry—Hens, per doz., $4.2501.50;
voting roosters, $4,006*4.75; old roosters,
$1.00; broilers. $2.00(33.00; ducks, $5,006$
0.00: turkeys, livo, ll_l2c per lb; geese,
$1.00(.' 1.25 per head.
Millstuffs—Flour, Los Angeles, $3.00;
Stockton brunds, $3.85; Oregon, $3.-0;
bran, per ton, local, $15.00; northern,
$15,50; shorts, per ton, local, $17.00;
northern, $16.00; rolled barley per ton,
$13.00; cracked corn, per cwt.,51.20; feed
meal, per cwt., $1.25.
Provisions—Hams, Hex, per lb., UWo;
picnic, o'_c: boneless, O'.c. Bacon — Per
lb., Rex breakfast, lie; light medium,
Bo; medium, 7'_ c. Driod beef—Per lb.,
sets, 10c, insides, 11)44' Dry salt pork—
Per lb., clear bellies, S'.c; short clear,
7 1 , c; clear backs, 7c. Pickled pork — Per
ball bbl., 80 lbs.. $8. Lard—Per lb.,
ivory compound, tierces, s!_c; rexolene,
ti}._c: pure leaf, 10. Oottolene—Bc.
Hides and Wool—Hides as they run —
Dry, 15'ic: kips, ,11c; dry calf, 15c; bulls
add stags, 8)-C. Sheep pelts—Weak.
Wool—nominally, 2) ((§ sc.
Cheese—California—-fill cream flats,
12c; young America, 13c; band. 14c; half
cream Hats, 7c; young America, 7j_Oj
hand, BUfl, 1-astern—Cheilders nnd
twins. 13_14c. Imported — Swiss, 25c;
limburger, 14«/'15.: bock. In(a.l0c; West
phalia, 20c; RoqueforL 42l_,'c.
(irain and Hay—Barley—Per cental,
feed, 60c; seed, 60c. Corn —Per cental,
$1.15. Wheat—Per cental, $1.05. Hay—
Per ton,alfalfa, $7.00(39.00; barley, $7.00(3
9.00; wheat, [email protected]; tarn, oats,
Citrus Fruits —Lemons—Uncured, $1.10
(ii $1.00; cured, $2.5(i(«:53.00. Oranges—
lor box, fancy seedlings $1.00; choice,
80c; standard, 05c.
Diied Fruits—Apples—Sun dried,sacks,
per lb., 4<"'sc; boxes, 6_70; evaporated,
Inney, Sdi'Jc. Apricot —Fancy, 8V a 'a;
choice, Be. Peaches—Fancy, unpecletl,
3c; bleached, 4c. Nectarines—Fanov, [email protected]
tie; choice, 6(<»7c. Pears—Fancy evapor
ated, 7(ii9o. Plums—Pitted, choice, 7fi»!
9c. Prunes—Choice, boxed, 4t'isc; sacks,
2(9 Ie; fane}-. 6c.
Live Stock—Hogs—Per cwt., $6. Bee
cattle—s_6c. Mutton—4;_c. per lb. Veal
—s)_<S7o per lb.
I'resli Meats—Butchers' prices for whole
carcasies: Beef—sK®6o -per lb. Yeal —
..< j.iit'u:. Mutton, (iv' 7c. Pork—6c.
Sins—Walnuts—l.os Angeles. 6c; Los
Nietos. 3c; medium soft, 86?. B.jo; soft
shell Los Nletoj fancy, 116'.12c. Almonds
—Suit shell. 116312 c; paper shell, 13c;
hard shell, 6c. Filberts—lo_l2>(o, Pec
Honey and Beeswax—Honey—Comb
10J ..(.i lie per lb.; strained, -'.kmc. Bees
wax— 206322 c per lb.
The Day's Transections on the Chicago Board
CHICAGO, Sept. 17.—Wheat, after Bell
ing off } in the eaily dealings, made a
sharp rush upward and held much of the
advance. The continued big deliveries
in the northwest had a depressing effect
early and there wos a disposition to let
go of long stuff and short the market.
But Liverpool cables wero strong, do
mestic markets improved und St. Louis
showed especial strength. New York was
a good buyer. It was reported tbat tho
bond syndicate was about to deposit $10,
--000,000 to make good tho gold reserve,
and this had a tendency to create confi
dence anu stimulate speculative buying,
while the offerings gradually grew less
and the competition among buyers sharp
er, the advance being the result. Price
changes during the last half hour were
not important, but the feeling wus some
what weaker. December closed with a
gain of J^c.
Corn was in good demand for the near
fnturos and prices had a marked advance.
May gained %c.
There was little business done in oats.
May closed '40 higher.
In piovisions tlie market opened easier
but soon became firmer, which continued
up to the close. Ootobor pork closed 10c
SHI January 7)£c higher for the day; Oc
tober and January lard improved 2 ; e
and October ribs declined 2>£c and Janu
ary improved sc.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Corn No. 2—
Decemb»r 28 1^
Oats No. il—
October 18' i
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.00®3.15; win
ter straights, $2.8523.25; spring patents,
$3.2523.75; spring straights, [email protected];
Wheat—No. 2 spring. [email protected]%c; No. 3
spring, 54258% c; No. 2 red, 57%258c.
Corn—No. 2, 32 %c.
Oat3—No. 2, 19c; No. 2 white, 22(3
22Jic; No. 3 white,
Rye-No. 2, 37^c.
Barley—No. 2, nominal; No. 8, [email protected]
42c; No. 4, 28233 c.
Timothy seed—Prime, $1.00.
Mess pork—Per barrel, 18.2028.15.
Lard—Per 100;lbs, $5.77^25.81/.
Short ribs—Side3, loose, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dry salted shoulders — Boxed", $5.50®
Short clear sides, boxed—ss. ",l\[email protected]}i.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods per
On tho proditco exchango today tha but
ter market was steady; creamery, 92
Eggs were linn ut 131-2 C
Th% receipts an 1 SUlßiuentl were:
Articles. Receipts. Shipment*.
Flour, barrels , 12,000 10,000
Wheal, bushels 4*,000 4,009
Corn, bushels ' 304,000 311,000
Oats, bushels 372,000 106,000
Rye, bushels 3,000 1,000
Barley, bushels 84,000 22,000
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Tuesday Sept. 17.
Candelaria Machado to Machado schuol
district of La Ballona township—Part of
La Ballona ranch; $150.
Charles A. and Emma B. Tegner to W.
Webster—Lots 34 and 5, block Q, Santa
Moaica Commercial company's tract;
John F, and Helen M. Shank to Mary
Gockley —Lots 12 and 13, block S, Glen
Isaao and Eliza A. Kennedy to Kather
ino Firsioh—Lots, block O, Aliso tract;
Solomon and Ella P. Hubbard to Ger
trude Evans—Lot 3, block 2, Hutchison
" Gabriel and Martha Durnerin to Marius
Long—Northeast of northwest sec
tion 14, 3 south, 12 west; $1000.
A. W. and E. May Rhodes to J. A.
Henderson —Lots 6 and 7, Wright tract;
Joseph M. and IClisa Z. Clanton to
Wilson W. Wright—Lot 6, block 8,
Sprotil's addition to Norwalk; $350.
M. N. Avery, trustee, to Charles M.
Baker—Lots 6 and 7, McDonald tract;
Joseph and Emma Hicklin to Jane Ann
Garlic*—Sly 100 feet of lot 5, block B,
Bailey A: Bishop's subdivision; $1600.
William T. an 1 Bortha Wood to Alvin
A. Colburn— Lot 51, South Side tract;
Lizzie and Henry J. Meyer to Charles
Hale—Lot 38, Pacific Coast Land bureau's
Sarah E. Lsibert to Annie S. F. Ham
mond —Part of lot 8, block D, San Pas
qttal tract; $1025.
A. W. and E. May Rhodes to Lars Jen
sen—Lot 38, block 11, Washington stroet
Carrie .1. and T. H. Reynolds to Ed
mund 1.. Allen—Lots 21 and 21, block A,
South Bonnie Biae tract; $3000.
John H. and Laura E. Stnntz to Mrs.
C. C. Harris—Lot 57. block A, .1. Pain
ter's subdivision of block P of Fainter it
Ball tract; $100.
Amelia Davis to Mary A. Bonynge—
Lot 30, block C. Shafer it Lantermsu's
Frank A. Gibson, trustee, et al., to
Mrs. Kate Stilhyell—Lot 280, Grider ,t
Dow's subdivision of Briswalur tract;
LOCAL BANK CLEARiNSS
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17.
Following aro thi Lv Angeles bant
clearings for tha current weak:
Day. Exchansoi. BslsnQfML
Monday $214,041.29 fp:i 1 052.10
Tuesday S 221,027.17 $34,802,07
The Wool Trade
BOSTON, Sopt. 17. —There is a better
feeling in the wool market here this
week and the tone of the market is firm
with sales of wool larger than tor several
previous weeks. The market for terri
tory wools holds about the sanio as last
week. Australian wools are very firm
and prices arc fully maintained and sev
eral good lines have been sold. Montana
line medium and fine, Hie II; scoured,
price, Montana. No. 2 medium,
14(215; scoured, price. [email protected]; '.'tali line
medium and line. lOeiti; scoured, price,
826385; No. 2, medium, 12® 14; scoured,
prico, 33; Australan, scoured basis,
combing superfine, 42a}45; combing,
good, Ski' 11; average, 38(380; Queensland,
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 17. — Wheat-Snot
dull; demand pool; No. 2 red win
ter, 4s 8d; No. 2 rod spring, 4s
No. 1 liar I Manitoba, s|| No. 1 Cali
fornia, 4s lOd.
Futures closed steady and ;..j'd higher;
September, •trod; October, 4s 9',n; No
vember, 4s Oljd; December, Is 10J 4 d;
January, 4s lokd; February, 4s llj^d.
Corn—Spot firm; American mixed,
new, 3s sd.
Futures closed steady and %t\ higher;
September, 3s l'-.d; October, 3s 4V 4 d; No
vember, 5s sd: December, 8a sl.|d; Jan
uary. 5s 4Wd; February, 3s
Flour—Steady; demand good; St. Louis
fancy winter, 0s fid.
Hops—At London, Pacific coast, £1 15s.
Chicago Live .Stock Marktt
CHICAGO, Sept. 17—Cattle—Common
to extra nativo steers. t8.U048.a0; cows.
$LoO®4.00; bulls, $1.75(28 75; calves. $3.25
6J6.50; stockers and feeders, $2.40(34.03.
Hogs—Heuvy, $3.H5ii£4.50; lights, $3.90
@4.55; mixed, $8.90(24.65,
Sheep—Corainon to good natives, $1.50
@3.00; lambs, $3.00<5JL75; westerns, $2.50
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Bond and Produce
WALL STREET SPECULATION
A Very Marked Falling Off in Stock
Professional Traders Responsible for Fluctua
tions of Prices, but There Is a Faif
Amount of Actual Buying
NEW YORK. Sept. 17.—The stock mar
ket today showed a falling off in tbo vol
ume ot business of fully one-half as com
pared with that of the previous day. The
movement of prices was also considerably
less erratic, but the dealings were rela
tively as well distributed as on Monday.
While the professional traders were re
sponsible for most of the fluctuations a
fair amount of actual buying was noted.
The leaders in activity wore St. Paul,
Chicago Gas, Sugar, Burlington, Rock Isl
and aud Tennessee Coal. Opening prices
were favorably effected by generally frac
tional advances in the London prices of
the international shares. The improving
tendency of stock prices at tlie outset
was soon checked by a drive against the
grangers, that group receding %%\y x per
cent, tbe last in Rock Islana. ihe weak
ness soon communicated to the general
market, although to a lesser extent. The
reactionaiy movoiueut was checked soon
after 11 o'clock under brisk buying foi
both accounts, the entire list advancing.
The gains scored wero material and pretty
general. The speculation left off weak
in tone, but with prices as a rule about
tbe linal transactions of the previous day.
Bonds wore dull. The total sales were
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.— The official clos
ing quotations for stocks were as fol
Atchison 20 10. P.D .A Quit... 6',
Adams Ex 147 Northwestern.... 102' J
Alton, Terre 11... 0") | do ptd 143!^
donfd NY. Central 102
American E_ ....113',< S. Y. iN. i?n- SI
Bait. A Ohio 04., Ontario A We«t.. 17J_
Can Pacific 5U!_ Oregon Imp 8
Can. Southern... 54., OregouNav 22
Central Pacific. 19 OregonSliortLtne
Chca. A Ohio 10% -Northern 10
Chic, A Alton... .183 PaciflcMail 33!_
C, B. A Q 85Vi Peoria Doc. _E. 0!^
Chicago Gas 04},, Pittsburg 10214
Con. Gas 142 Pullman 173
C. C. C. & St. h... 44'jj Reading 19* i
Col.Coal A Iron.. Oil Itlchmoud Tor...
Cotton OU gJK do pfd ——
Del. A Hudson: .131!,, Rio O. Western... 17
Del. Lack. W 102!$ do ptd 41
D. AR. ti. pfd.... 53V Rock Island 77i_
Distillers 18(9 St.Pau! . 74Vji
East Teun do pfd 12H'«
Erie 8»; St. Paul A O 42>,i
do pfd 22V. do pfd 118!-,
Fort Warns 183 Southern Pacific. 24
Gt. North'n pfd. .123 Sugar Refinery... lOKJi
C. A K. lit pfd....104 jXenn. Coal Alron 42
Hocking Valley.. 24 'TexasPacitic 12
Illinois Con 1015$ Tol. A O.Ccn pfd. 78
St. Paul A Dultitu 31 IJnlonPacitlc 15' i
Kan. A Tex. old. 30% 6. 8. Express 40
LakeKrie A W... 23 Wabash. St.Louis
do pfd 78 ' APaciflc O'i
Lake Shore 149', do pfd 22K
Lead Trust 88*1 Wells-Fargo Ex.107
L.AN WestornUllian... 93%
LAN. Albany... B% Wheeling AL. E.. 14K
Manhattan C0n..110 i do pfd 47
Memphis- Char. 15 Mlnn.ASt.L 24
Michigan 0en....100M 0. A K. <i Ifi'i
Missouri Paciliu.. 35v Gen.Electric 37%
Mobile A0h10.... 23' i Nat. Linseed 24
Nash. Achat ... 70 :Col. Fuel A Iron. 87J_
Nat. Cordigo 7 1 , do pfd 94
do pfd IA% 11. A Tox. Cen... 2^
N.J. Central 110. I'oL.A. A. A North
Norfolk AW pfd.. 142 Michigan Ui
North American.. 5.; Tol., St.L, A X.C.. 9
N. Pacific ||1 do pfd 17
dopfd.... 10 l i American lobac. 9QM
So. R. R IgtZ do ofd 107
doniu 3U! L . St. P.. M. A M....U5
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.—Tho following
are the closing qujtations for the bond
U S new 4s, reg. ..1211.iCen Pac lsts, '05.102
U S new 45,c0up..121'. Denver A R U 75..l 1 5
U S ss, registered.lls' a do 4s 93
do ss, co pon...Hs', Rne seconds 70"^
do 4s, re< lllVi li H ASA Os 100
do4s,Coup 112 Vdo 7s 103
do 2s, rei 90.,; 11 A T Cent 5a....11l
Pacilic Os of '05..100 , do Os 108V4
Alabama Class A.-08W M X T first 4s 891.4
do eiaitß lOSIS do second 45... 00'^
do class c 00 " Mut Union Oa 114
docurrency 99 |N J C (ien Os 118
La New Con 45.., OiH N Paciiio lsts 117
Missouri Os 100 do 2ds 105
N CarolinaOs l-'5 (Northwest Con .. .104
do 4s 102>jl do S F deb us. ..IllLi
S Carolina N-fund P4RIIW lsts 7«>,
Tenu new set Os.. 00 St Paul Gon 75... 18714
dobs 105 dcii.V IMVSs.,II4
do 3a 00 st LA I M Cen 5s 85' i
do old (Is 00 lstL_HFUeaU_.no
Va Centuries v.'l Texas Pac lata.... 9l»£
do deferred 0 I do 2ds 28.
Atchlsnn4s BH£|U Plats of '96 107 : 'J
do 2d A 3:i%i West shore As....ion*:
Can South 2da.... 107 ,SoRRSs 05
Governiueut liouus steady.
State bonds dull.
Railroad bonds strong.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17.—Official
nlosing quotations for mining shares werj
Alttt lOJulla 02
Alpha Con 13 Justice. 09
Atules 47 Kentuck Con 14
Belcher 02 Lady Wash'u Con.. 01
Hello Isio Mexican •• 71
BestA Heleher. ...105 Mono 13
Bodio cor. 30 Mt Diablo 15
Bullion 10 Navajo
BulwerCou lOjOcciJoutal C0u.... SO
Caledonia 12 Ouhlr 11,0
Cualletuo Con 87|0verman 19
Choi la r 110 I'otoji 113
Coulideneo . 225 Savage 40
Con Cat and Va ...205 Scorpion 5
Con Imperial 04 Sierra Nevada 89
ConNewYork 02] Silver Hill 02
CrownPolnt 53 Silver King. „ 20
Exchequer 03 Union Con 03
Gould A Curry 52 Utah Con. OH
Crand PrlSe Yellow Jacket 45
tittle A Norero's... ltiOl
Aii assessment of 10c a share has been
levied on Alta.
BOSTON, Sept. IT.— 'flat closing quota
Atchison ... Mexican. IVM
801 l Telephone.. .200 San Diogo 4
Burlington 85>„Oregu short Lino lOJi
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.—Money on call
linn 1 1 (."('(— at par cent; last loan at
percent: close! at i.'j per cont.
Prima msroa utile paper, 435 per
Sterling exchange heavy, with actual
business In banker^'bills at $4.89_1.89!'j
for dein.iul v.id $t.Bß_li.Bß>_ for 60
Post:! rates, $1.80..!.'.)) and $4.90
Commercial bills, 14,87..(31.88,
Silyer cert: heaths. B?%_-7)_.
SAN FR.VXC_.SC-. Baps. 17.—Sight
drafts oil Ne.v Vor_, 2J__,
LONDON, Sspt. 17.—li_ii'_ ol England
discount rati. 2 per cent.
Consols, lu7 9 16.1.
SAN FRANCIS!'.). Sept 17. — Si.v.r
bars, pgr Ott-Oe, 07idi i 7'„ '.
Mexic.in dollars, 54;!.: <954%3,
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.—-live.' birj uer
Mexican dollars. bA%i.
LONDON', Sept. 17. — Bar silver par
NEW YORK, Sept. 17. —Petroleum—
Firm; closed at $).--!.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
Call Board Prices-Grain and Provision Mere*
SAN FRANCISC9, Sspt. 17.—Wheat-e
Firmer, December, 92% c; May. tay,e.
Barley—Quiet j December, 68% c; , Ma/,
Flour—Family extras, 53.35(313.45: bak
ers' extras, $J. 15 23.25; superfine, $2.3561
Wheat—No. 1 shipping. pet
cental: choice, 90o; milling, 93297J0J
Barley—Feed, fair to good. peg
cental; choice, 55c; brewing, 62J4267H0,
; Oats—Price unchanged. Milling 872900:
surprise, 87J4292;<c; fancy feed, 87X<B
92jic; good to choice, 84285 c; poor to
fair. 02)i27Cc; black, nominal; gray, 87}<
The receipts were;
Flour, quarter sacks 11,491
Wheat,centals • 91,147
Barley, centals 2,000
Beans, sacks. 500
Rye, centals • 520
Potatoes, sacks 5,120
onions, sacks 700
Bran, sacks 000
Mlddlinep, sacks 900
Hay, tona 790
Straw, tons 30
Hops, bales , 83
Wool, bales 471
Quicksilver, flasks M
San Francisco Poiune Market__^ —
SAN FRANCtSCO.Sept. 17.—Potatoes—
Burbanke. 30385 c; Early Rose, 30235 c;
sweet potatoes, 75e251.00.
Onions—4o2ssc per sack.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 2022154 c; *co*
onds, 18219 c, fancy dairy, 18<gU8!4>|
good to choice, 17c.
Cheese—Fancy mild new, 5)£370; com
mon to geo'J, sc; Young America,
527 c; Eastern, Western. 10211 c.
Eggs—Ranch, [email protected] per dot; store,
Poultry—Turkey gobblers. 11213 c per
lb; bens, 11215 c; geese, pair. $1.0021-25;
goslings, per pair, $1.2521-50; ducks.
$3.0025.00 per dozen for old and
$3.0025.00 for young; hens, $3.5024.60;
roosters, young, $3.0024-50 per dos;
old, $4.0024-50 per dozen ; fryers, $3.50(8
4.50 per dozen; broilers, $2.5023.00 per
dozen for Urge and $1.7522.00 for small;
Middlings, $15.00218.00 per ton.
Ground and roiled bjrley, $13.00214.00;
oil cake meal at tho mill, $25 per ton;
cottonseed oil cake, $21 per ton.
Hay—Wheat, $7.00218.00: wbeat and,
oat, $5.0028.00; barley. $5.00 27.00; oat
$5.0028.00; alfalfa, $5.0027.00; clover, $8.00
27.50: compressed, $0.0028.50; stock,
J4.5025.50 P»r ton.
Straw, 25215 c per hale.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17.—Orchard:
fruits and berries sold today at the foi*
Apples—Green, 25250 c per box; red, 35
275 c per box.
Pears—[email protected] per box.
Peaches—2s2ooc per box.
Blackberries—sl.so22.so per chest.
Raspberries—s3.oo2s.oo per chest.
Strawberries — Longworths. $4.0026.03
per chest; common, $3.0024.00.
Watermelons—s3.oo26.oo per 100.
California lemons—Common, $1.5022.09
per box; good to choice, $3.0023.50.
Limes—Mexican, $4.5025.00 per box.
Bananas—sl.so22.so per bunch.
Pineapples—s2.oo24.oo per dozen.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 17.-Vegetable
Summer squash. 20230 c per box.
Tomatoes—2o23sc per box.
Cucumburs—ls(i£2sc per box.
Peppers—Green, 20235-; dried, 13210 a.
Okra—3o2soc per lb.
Cabbage—os27sc por cental.
Garlic—223c per lb.
CHICAGO, Sept. 17.—California fruit
was sold at auction today, the following
prices being realized;
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.—California fruit
sold at auction today realized the follow*
London Stock Market
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.-The Evening
Post's London cablogram aays:
Mining stocks alone were activo and
strong today. Loulsvillo and St. Paul led
the market." The market was fairly sup*
ported bore but there was no renewal of
purchases today by Kafiir dealers. Roths
child is buying gold freely. It is said to
be for Hungary, but the reported destina
tion is a little doubtful.
Hot Spring!, Ark, March, 7, 1895.
Dr. Rndway &. Co„ Now York.
Dear Sir: I have been sick nearly two year*
and have been doctoring witli some of the moat
expert doctors of the Tinted States. I hay«
been bathing and drinking hot water at tli#
Hot Springs, Ark , but it teemed everything
failed to do me good, After I haw your advor
tisi raent 1 thought i would try your Pills, and
have nearly used two boxes; been taking two
at bedtime and ouo after breakfast, and the/
have done mo more good than anything el set
hud used. My trouble has been with the liver.
My skin nnd '-yes were nil yellow; I nad sleepy,
drowsy feelings, felt like a drunken man. Pain
right above the navel, like as if it were bile ou
lop the stomach. My bowels were very cot
tive. My mouth and tongue sore most of th_
time. Appetite fair, hut food would not di
gest, bul >ettle heavy on my stomach and some
tew mouthful! of food come up again. I could
only cat light food that digests easily. PleasO
send '*!look ol Advice.'* Respectfully.
R ad way's
Price 2."> cents per box. Sold by all druggist!.
RAUW.VV CO., NEW YORK.
sTr. COOPER & CO.,
114.;-. a MAIN ST. ißlephOM l_M»
New York Stock*
S. F. Wheat and Barley
Bought, sold and carried on margin*, MSf
circular an 1 little books on ■pecul»tla% _t
BOW to MAKE MoneY. -Ballad tree,
IHE PRESS CLIPPING BUREA9
110 West Second Street,
Sncsllea Business Houaaa .laiir wl>.'.- allnßafa
million in their liuc, covering tha •Utaf
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