The popular advertising;. Five cents
per line, or Si per line per month.
FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this clastill
cat on-1 lime. 6 cents per 1 ne: l week. 30
cents per line; 1 month, *U per lino
Houses and Lots
FOP. SALE—HOUSE 5 ROOMS, GOOD
barn, flowers and fruit trees, on Pico
St.; $1600. COUTS <* SIMPSON, 106
FOR SALE—NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE ON
Westlake aye., near car line: 12900:
all modern. COUTS .V SIMPSON, 106
FOR SALE — NEW 9-ROOM HOUSE.
Santee st.; Al "snap:" 14000;
"terms." COUTS & SIMPSON, 406
FOR SALE —IF YOU WANT SOME
thing nice — 10-room house, lawn,
flowers, cement walks, good cellar; lot
114x165. Call at room 406 Byrne blk.
COUTS 4: SIMPSON.
FOR SALE —WE HAVE A FINE
place on Boyle Heights, 8 rooms and
closets; "comer;" will trade for rancn.
See CUTS & SIMPSON, 406 Byrne blk.
FOR SALE-WE lIAVE A FINE LOT
on Wlntleld st., near car line, only
$800; lots in same block sell for $9fHJ.
COUTS it SIMPSON, 406 Byrne blk. tf
FOR SALE—LOVELY HOME; A MOD"
crn new 3-room cottage; has hot and
cold wetcr: piped for gas; bath, pantry
nnd closets: marble wasbstand, line man
tel and grate; double parl'jrs and wide
porcnes; finished throughout in yellow
pine; 'tie a gem for $1850, on easy pay
incuts: located on Fourteenth st. close lo
electric road: street graded. GRIDER
& DOW, 139 S. Broadway. 25
$7000—If you are looking for one of tbe
'best houses in South Bonnie Brue on
a corner, on terms ; get particulars of
$3000— Or if you want a cottage close in,
where your car fare will be aaved,
see after this. We have plenty move,
though. C. A. SUMNER ill; CO.,
24 134 S. Broadway.
FOR BALE—SB7S; $209 CASH. BAL. $15
per month; .5-room, hard finished cot
tage; Pico Heights; lot 50x140; this is a
lead cold snap, see; must be sold.
G. W. CONNELL,
24 112 Broadway.
1- Oli _ 8 A LE—slsoo; MODE R N 5 ROOM
cottage, batu, hot and cold water,
pantry, fruit trees, lawn, llowsrs. electric
and cable cars, graded streets, sewer an i
good location. For this gilt-edged prop
osition see COYNE it CO., Los Angeles
Theater bldg. 9-4 tf
FOR SALE—S2SOO; 5-ROOM COTTAGE
on lot. 50x154 on graded street, cement
walks and sidewalk: the house is a gem
and almost new; $1000 caab, balance on
long time. If you want a houso of any
kind come and see me.
ERNEST G. TAYLOR
24 214 N. Spring st.
FOR~ S.VI.E^ATTEN'I' 10iV THE At
tention of horn 3 seekers is respectful
ly called to the many bargains in up-to
date rciidencet now represented on easy
W. S. CARTER it CO.. 528 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—B AKG AINS-N EWHOU SB
of 5 rooms, bath, etc., cor. lot on
Michigan aye., Boyle Heights; price,
$1300. Also houso of 0 rooms, hall, bath,
etc., lot 50x150, nn Pleasant aye.. $21U0.
Sec F. A. HUTCHINSON". 213W.P1r.t st.
FOItSALE-A SMALL MON TH L Y~lN
vestment will soon enable you to buy
a bouse and lot. For full particulars see
the IMPERIAL LOAN ASSOCIATION,
room 20 Potomac blk. 10-2
FOR SA LE - BEAU TIFTj"L NEW s
room bouse near Hoover and Adams;
This is the heat bargain in the city.
POINDEXTER & WADSWORTH, 505
W. Second. 24
»OR SALE-ELEGANT NEW 8-ROOM
bouse,near W<istlaKC park: all ruoJern
conveniences; easy terms. POINDEXTER
A WADSWORTH, 305 W. Second. 24
For s a le—s to 14" roomsV TtlsT
dences from $1000 to $7000; all parts
of city; very fine 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 ,t CO..
147 S. Boadway. 8-25 tf
FOR SALE-sl2,buFFO;i AN ELEGANT
houae of 11 rooms on tbe finest and
most beautiful residence street in Los
Angeles. ERNEST G. TAYLOR,
J24 __ 2U N - Spring st.
FOR ' SALE—ON INSTALLMENTS—
Houses in all parts of the city
CREASINGER. 116 S. Broadway. 10—I
FOR SALE—BEST 50-ROOM HOUSE
I in the city; bargain. Address X. box
00, this office. 10-6 g
FOR SALE-THE LARGEST CORNER
lot in Bonnie Brae district, on Nlntn
ae>l W. Beacon st.; worth $6500, but party
wants money and $5000 takes it.
Also 75-foot lot in southwest, near Uni
versity core; water and gas; street graded
and sadwaiked, only $1700.
I have lot 50x150 to alley near W. Pico
St., nicely located ; only $425.
I also have one of the best 75-foot lots
on beautiful W. Beacon st.; this is
choice; see me and get price.
' I also have 27 lots adjoining tbe city on
W. Ninth st. that 1 can sell at a great
E. A. MILLER,
28 237 W. First st.
FORTIs Alj E— B A RG A IN S—
Lot ou Ttiritieth St., near Hoover, $f5O.
Lot on Bond st., near Sixteenth, $700.
Lot on Bush St., near Eighteenth, $800.
Lot on Twenty-eighth St., near Main,
100x110, a cor. on Grand aye., $4000.
Lot on Hope St., near Adams, $1600.
Lot on Westlake aye., neur Eightli st.,
Lot on Burlington aye., near F!lghth
F. A. HUTCHINSON,
10-18 213 W. First at.
FC (t SALE—CITY LOTS— |___
$*o—Cheapest 50 ft. lot on Nob hill, close
to park-; street graded and paid for.
$1300~Best lot in Sonth Bonnie Brae for
the money; handsome improvements
$1500—Hero it something on Westlake
aye., near Seventh, out and out the
best purchase there. It these won't
suit yon, call for more.
0. A. SUMNER it CO.,
21 134 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—WE HAVE 12 LOTS CLOSE
in. Make your selection and we will
build you a cottage on installment plan,
tf. 8. CARTER & CO., 328 8. Broadway.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
GRIDER it DOW'S
( LANTON TRACT.
For sale—37 large residence lots locat
ed on San Pedro St., 100 feet wide, and
Fourteenth St. ; only unsold tract within
walking distance of the business center;
all streets graded, graveled and sprinkled ;
cement curbs and walks; shade trees
planted; alleys 2H feet wide; these lots
I will sell within a year tor tIOOO to $1500;
Iwo offer 25 lots lit this tine tract ar. |8N)
I to $600 each, on the most favorable terms;
: wlien these are enld prices will be ad- |
i vanced; visit this tract and ice (lie large i
! English walnut trees: free carriage from
our ottice. GRIDER it DOW, 159 S.
I Broadway. 22-21-20
IBY POINDEXTER 4 WADSWORTH,
305 W. Second st.
! $425--Lot near Maple and Twenty-third
1560—Lot on Palmer near Central.
$600 -Lot on Bryant near Hoover.
$800—Lot on Union near Sixteenth.
$1000— Lot on Thirtieth near Figueroa. |
$1250—Lot nn Bonnie Brae near Tenth. j
$1250 — Lot on Adams near Main.
$3000 - 65 ft. on S. Hill St. 24
FOR SALE—LOT 48 FEET ON UPPER
Main to New High St., in block 31,
Ord's survey: want to sell part cash, part
lime, or will lease lor a term of years.
Addre»s J. W. BLOOMFIELD, Puducnh,
Ky. 6 U tues tf
FOR SALE—S4OO; LOT 40x145 ON CEN
tral aye, near Washington; $75 cash,
bal. $lo per month.
0. W. CONNELL.
24 112 Broadway.
FOR SALE—AFTER YOU BECOME
tired searoh.ng for a home within
your means, or a suitable l it on which
io build, and have failed to tind the same
W. S. CARTER ,v CO., 528 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—BEAUTIFUL BUILDING
lots for homes, o E. Ninth st.. in
Hiscock it Smith's second addition;
prices $200 to $350; $10 down and $10 per
month. Apply on tract or to C. A.
SMITH, 213 W. First st. sep.2l tf
FOR SALE—CHOICE LOTS ON PICO
St., 001140 to alley, a bargain; $500
W. S. CARTER & CO., 528 S. Broadway.
Foil SALE—AT THEM AGAIN; BAR
gains in city and country property,
improved and unimproved. Call and make
known your wants; we'll not misroprc
sent anything. M'CARRY it INNES,
227 W. Second st. 24 «
FOR SALE -WE SELL THE EARTH
BASSETT .V, SMITH, Pomona, Cal.
FOR BALE—BY THE CHINO RANCH
Co. (a corporation ). Capital, $3,000,
-0(>0. C. 11. Phillips, president; C. U.
Phillips,jr., vice-president; C. W. Gates,
secretary and treasurer.
The well-Known Chino ranch comprises
41 000 acres of land, unsurpassed in fertil
ity, perfect in location, and offers In
ducements' to small farmers not to be
found elsewhere in California. It is con
tiguous to the famous colonies of Ontario
and Pomona. The city of Los Angeles is
30 miles to ihe westward and is connected
with Chino by the Southern Pacific or
As an illustration of what can be ac
complished we beg you to read a stit6
ment made byMr.Dcy.a prominent farm
er. Forty acres gave Mr. Day $2000 last
CHINO. San Bernardino County. Cai.,
March 2, 1395. —It affords me pleasure to
give you my experience as a farmer on
tbe Chin ranch. I arrived in Chino
April 12, 1891, but did not do much that
year, it being too late to get into the beet
business. In 1892, however, I made my
first trial, putting hi 13 acres,from which
I realized altogether $1000. This pleased
me so that next year. 1895. I put in 25
acres. I was not wry happy in tlie selec
tion of my land, as 10 acres of this was
fruit land, wliion gave but a poor return !
in beeta, though I made good wages; but
tho other 19 acres paid me equally as
well as in 1892, and my total returns
were over $1650. From fV. acres I realized
$525. Last year was a dry year and we
"vere not supposed to do so well, yet from
40 acres my" 'returns were $2900, which,
after paying all expenses, left me and
my two boys $2300 lor our labor. The
average tonnage was 1.5 1 _ tons to the acre.
I nave never had less than 15 tons to the
acre, and some have shown 27 tons
acre. My percentage of sugar has been 11
to Is per cent. This country is the best
place I have come across yet, either for
beet farming or general farming. This
year I had 8 acres of alfalfa; from this I
have fed 4 hoisesaml 4 cows and sold $140
of alfalfa. Tne average tonnage wa •IU
tons to tne acre for each cutting, and 1
took off five crops. I find plenty of out
siuo work to do and ibis amply pays me
all mv expenses of raising my beet crop.
Myself mid two boys do near ly all the
work; one boy is a little over 7 and the
o tber a little over lo years oi age. lam
putting In 45 acres of beets for the coming
season, and 1 know of no crop that pays
a well for the wurk put upon it. Yours
Try truly, E. M. DAY.
Suite of California. County of San Ber
nardino, bs.—E. M. Day, being duly
sworn, deposes and says tbat be is tbe
parly whose name is affixed to the above
"tatsroent, and that the same is true and
correct ir every particular.
(Signed) E. M. DAY.
Subscribed and sworn tv before me this
sth day of July, 1895.
(Signed) JOHN H. LEE.
Notary public in and for county of San
Bernardino, state of California.
loi further particulars call on or ad
dress CHINO RANCH CO., 404 8. Broad
way, Los Angeles, or Chino. Cal.
W. H. HOLABIRI), General Manager.
Sn, Tv, Tb, Sat
FOR SALE-DO YOU WANT A FINE
Do you want 5 to 100 acres in the Sau
Uo you want a city residence?
Have you got something to sell or
Have you got some capital to invest
where it pays big profits?
E. K. ALEXANDER, 145 8. Broadwuv.
FOR SALE-$750; WHO WANTS SMALL
ranch ol about 2 acres 3J_ miles from
court house. NW., 4-room bouse, well,
spring and running water; 500 trees,
mostly eucalyptus; electric cars will soon
be running close to this property; just
the place for a chicken ranch.
G. W. CONNELL,
24 112 Broadway.
FOR SALE—AT A BIG BARGAIN; 5
acres of land with $600 cottage. 3
miles soutb of city; With stable and
chicken houses; fitted up for chicken
ranch and over acre In bearing fruit tiees.
CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA LAND
CO., 223 Byrno bldg., Third and Broad
FOR SALE-» 400: 10 ACRES AT CLEAR
water; extra line, on Ocean aye.; lot
20, block 27; big suae.
0. W. CONNELL,
24 112 Broadway.
FOR SALE-40 ACRES OF LAND NEAR
Newhall; about 5 acres in choice va
riety of bearing fruit trees; smull house
and bam. Price $1500, and a decidod
ERNEST G. TAYLOR.
24 211 N. Spring st.
FOR SA LE—WE SELiTtHE EARTH
BASSJSTT & SMITH. Pomona, Cel.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1895.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
FOR BALE-3100 ACHES IN 20-ACRE,
or larger tracts. The lowest priced
desirable lands In the fruit belt, in
San Jose Ranch in San Gabriel val
ley, northwest of Pomona, and east
and southeast of Glendora.
| Part under tbe cement ditch, witli water
stuck therein at $11 per share; .lOO j
acres has spcoial water right in Syca- I
more Flats never before subdivided; j
no handsomer laud in state. ('This j
300 acres is an especially choice place j
, for elegant bomea;) and tha balance
has water for Irrigation six months
of ths year.
Price $13 per acre for level land, contain
ing live oak and sycamore, but hav
ing some stone, beautiful land free of
stone and having large sycamore and
Jive oak trees south of Allen avenue,
and on each side of Amelia avenue,
at $30 per acre; $70 for handsome
land adjoining, the town uf San Dimas.
li»nds at $13, fit, $20, $22, $25, $30, .$35,
$10, $15, $50, $70 per acre, being from I
one-fourth to one-half former prices.
These lands are admirably suited for
Apricots, Prune-, Almonds, Olives,
Peaches, Pears, also for Oranges and
bunions and Limes where a party ar
ranges adequate means for irrigation.
It is often cheaper to pump water for irri
gation than to imy for water right and
cost of running water and water com
Interspersed among these lands are s Un ie
of tbe handsomest and most profitable
orange orchards in the state.
Tiie canyon locations for consumptives,
two partly improved places in the
canyon, one place has bearing Or
anges, Lemons, Figs, Pears, Apples
and other fruits—also lands contain
ing fine building stone containing
large amount of aluminium, a.ul
beautiful quarries of lime stone.
TERMS—One-third cash, balance one
and two years, 8 per cent, interest.
M. L. Wicks will be at San Dimas Wed
nesday and Thursday of each week.
San Jose Ranch Company's carnage
will be at San Dimas each Jay of
~M. L. WICKS,
President San Jose Ranch Company
No. 110 Court street.
Los Angeles, California. 24
flJksaTe-io aores aTJfaTfaTasFß
Burbank, $200; 14 acres alfalfa land
El Monte, $250; 15 acres in fruit, Lanker
shim, $80; 100 acres on Pacific railroad
Thompson station on tbe land. GANO
HENRY, oflice Natick House. tf
TALK IS CHEAP, HUT THE REAL
truth is, tbere it more money made in
raising alfalfa, cows and bogs in this
valley than anything in California wal
nuts excepted. B. M. BLYTHE, Dow
ney, Cal. if
FOR SA LE-A 10-ACRE ORANGE
ranch at Duarts, the blue ribbon or
ange section; 10 shares of stock in the
best water company in Southern Califor
nia, Apply to A. STEVENS IIAL
STED. room'll7. Bryson blk.
succeeds like success! If you have
first-class property to dispose of, list it
wilh ns. Our sales today, Wednesday,
were $40,000. H. H. BIXBY A; CO., 1-47
8. Broadway. tf
to sell. If you have something cheap
we have some cash customer ." Bring
your property in. C. A. SUMNER it
8. Broadway. 0-24
WANTED—LOTB-80MB CHEAP LOTS
for cash customeis. Bring in what
you have and we will sell it. C. A. SUM
NER it CO., 134 S. Broadway. 0-24
WANTED TO BUY-WE HAVE A CASH
customer for a nice home on Boyle
Heights worth $2000 to $2500. TAYLOR
,y BURKE, 420 S. Main. If
$350 CASH WILL RENT 40 ACRES 2;.'
miles from Downey, for next year,
1800. subject to sale; 30 acres to 2-year
old alfalfa; 0 nores now in corn; 1 acre to
22 kinds of fruit; 5-room house, barn,
ciib, stable and 20 shares water. B. M.
BLYTHE, 132 S. Broadway. tf
$ao RENT i ACRES OF
good land with 3-room house, trom
now until January, 1807; over 15 months;
only 1 mile from Downey. B.M.BLYTHE,
132 S. Broadway. tf
FOR RENT—SO ACRES OF WINTER
vegetable land at trustless Cahuenga,
with water. NORTON & KENNEDY,
134 S. Broadway. tt
WANTED—TOURISTS CAN SAVE 25
per cent by getting tbeir livery tur
outsat PIERCE it WHEAT'S. Truman
st., E. Los Angeles. Tel. 413. Expor
ienced drivers, turnouts lirst class. 10-12
KNIGHT BROS., PATENT SOLlCl
tors—Free book on patents 308 Stim
son blk. 9-22 6
Notice ol Meeting tor the Adoption oi
NOTICE IfInKREBYoTvKN THAI A SPE
clal meeting ot the members of "The Bi
cycle Road Association ot Los Angelea " a cor
poratlon, will be held at the asiein.ly room of
Ihe chamber of Commerce, sout east corner
of Fourth street and Broadway, in the city of
Los Angeles, In Los Angeles county, CMllfornia,
on Friday evening, ihe 27th day of Soptem ter,
1895, al. 8 o'clock p.m., tor the purp So of
adopting a code ol fcj laws for the govern
ment of said corporation and the transaction
of such other business as may come before
By order of the President
J. A. KELLY. Secretary.
Datod Lus Angeles, S plumber 12, 1895.
LOS ANGELES. SEPT. 20, 1895—T0
Albert H. Colby, Los Angeles, Cel.
Dear Sift—l used your Rheumatic and
Neuralgia Cure witb perfect eatiafac:ioii
to myself. I was cured by It with rheu
matism in my sbaulderr, with which I
was afflicted for over six months. Two
or tbree applications, less than une but
tle, entirely idieved me cf it. and I have
bad 110 feeling of ; t since. I can end uo
cheeifutly recommend it to ell afflicted
with rheumatism such as I had. for I fblly*
believe In its curative properties. Very
truly, T. M. OIBBON.
IN BED WITH RHEUMATISM I TRIED
electric treatment and several dollars
worth nf prescription medicines, but got
no better; a friend sent Albert 11. Colby
in with his Death to Rheumatism rem
edy; after three applications 1 watas lim
ber as an eel; (inside of 20 minutes). Ihe
cure hoM been permanent. Mr. Colby is
not a doctor nor a quack, bjt can knock
tlie rheumatism out of you. A. D. BRAD
BEER, Loa Angeles. ALBERT 11.
COLBY. 212 S. Olive st.: nt home 12-2
p.m. 6-7 :30.
ATTENTION— CLAXTON 'S WONDER
fiII discovery. Mcko and Oktibbeha.
Try them, try "them. Tbey are puiely
vegetable and have restored thousands
nack to health who have been given up
as incurnblt. Advice and diagnosis free.
Office 608.. S. Broadway, rooms 1. 10, 12.
skin marks and blemishes, wrinkles
and traces of age; modern methods; elec
tricity doea wonders for bea.itv ol the
skin. Office, 120 N. Spring " st. (over
Montgomery Bros', jewelry store), t f
__jW USICA L INSTRUMENTS^^^
FOR SALE SOME GOOD BRAGAINB
in second-hand organa; good makes.
KOHLER & CHASE, 233 8. Spring at. tf
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
William and Louise J.Miller to Phoebe
J. Mayhow -Lot 15, extension Nob Hill
Elinzuetb Rickcr to Mary E. Rushton—
Lot 28, block L Hamilton tract: $100.
James W. Wilson, trustee, to Edward
Cook—Lots 16, 17 and 24, section 9, ii
north, township 10 west; southeast >; of
northeast. % section Hand east % of north
it of southeast 14 said section 9; $900.
Luoien C. Jones to James H. Adams-
South 122. feet of lots 11,1 and 16, block
5, Chcsier tract: $450.
H, J. Park et al., by John Burr, sher
iff, to Sam Lewis—Undivided of that
part of section 30, 1 north, 8 wist, lying
sooth and east of Marshall's canyon;
Mary J. S. Puracr, N. I-'. 6torv and
Mary O. Story to A. S. C. Forbes-' Lot 6,
block s,Bedtley itCrippen's subdivision;
Delos W. Eldred to George D. Riddle-
Lots 1 to 9,block 17 of subdivision of lots
in Highland Park tract; $1500.
Orris C. Knox tv same—Lots 12 and 13,
Bennett tract; $1400.
Tl omas J.Turner and Annie J. Turner
to Ellen 1. Anderson—Lot 8, block 13,
Phillips tract; $6000.
Hervev Lind ley and Walter I.iudley,
executors of the estate of Milton Llnd
ley, deceased, to Albert Lin 1 ley — Lot 8,
block M, West Los Angeels: $4000.
Los Aiig.-les Improvement company to
John Burns—Lot 31, block 12,L0s Angeles
Improvement company's subdivision:
Ellen and J. C. Mecbener to Laura E.
Washburn—Soutb part of lots 17 and 18,
Painter's replat and strip 25 feet wide
between said lota, used as railroad right
of way: $1600.
William G. Krutz, jr.. trustee, to Ida
M. Mlobelsnn and A. Mlchelson—Lots 1,
2, 1 5 and 16, block B, Norto.i trsct.
Hairy Mishier and Sarah O. Mlshler to
Milton B. Gibson —Lot block 92, Po
mona ; $I3o<i.
Bank of America to August Marquis—
Block 66. Rancho Providencia. and Scott
Alexandre Weill to Charles 11. and
Mary Tohmei— Lot 286, Alexandre Weill
Elmer M. Adams to Jennie Catron—
West 27! 2 ' feet of east 82U feet of lots 17.
18, 19 and 2C, block 21, Wolfskill Orchard
John A. Young to Oliver C. Bryant-
East 5 acres of west 10 acres of "east .30
acres of that part of southeast 'i section
19, 2 north, 15 west, lying south of north
line of V. Beaudry mountains; $100.
Oliver C. Bryant to J. R. Jones—Same
as above: $1000.
Ellslia Luke, executor of estate of
George N. Smith to Mrs. M. M. Coyner—
South !.; of lot 31, blook T, West Los An
T. j. Bigg and Eliza A. Rigg to Pacific
Improvement company—Lot 15. block X,
addition No. 1 to Monrovia: $.300.
John Rea to W. H. Andrews-Agree
ment to convey all interest, in certain
Southern Pacific railroad contracts affect
ing lands in section 19. 3 north, 11 weet,
and in section 25, 3 north, 15 west..
W. H. Andrewt 10 Southern Pacific
Railroad company—Assignment ot above.
George R. Graves und Lizzie A. Graves
to Mrs. Rosa Phillips—Lots 62 and 04, J.
M. Brooks' subdivision; $000.
John Quincy Adnmson and Ellen T.
Adamson to Thomas J. Turner—Lot 5,
ti. T, Hazard's subdivision of lot 116.
Grilfiins' addition to East Los Angeles;
lot 3, same subdivision; $1:300.
J. J. Caldwell end Father Caldwell to
William H. Young—Lot 11, bock 9,Moul
ton's addition; $375.
Frank L. Frary to C.I. Mclntyre, jr.—
Undivided !i interest in lot 3, block R,
Garvanza addition No. 1; $250.
John Rey and Mary Rey to lua L.
Chamberlain—Commencing 10 chains
south and 30 feet west of \i section cor
ner between sections 1 and 6, 2 south, 13
and 4 west; the west 3.10Jf chains the
south part with east line of section 1,
3.16,'.-; chains etc.; $3000.
Total % 35,202,00
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 23. — Wheat-Spot
quiet; demand poor; No. 2 red win
ter, 4s lOd; No. 2 rod spring, Is lid I
No. 1 hard Manitoba, ss; No. 1 Cali
fornia, 4s Ud.
Futures closed steady and ij a d lower;
September, Is lOd; October, 4s lOd; No
vember, 4s 10' 3 d; December, 4s
January, 4s ll;»d; February, 4s ll%d.
Corn—Spot quiet; American mixed,
Futures closed steady and higher;
September, 3s Od; October, 3? 4>..:d; No
vember, 3s4! a 'd: December, 3ss!*'d; Jan
uary, 3s 3Vjd ; February, 3s 4! 4 d.
Flour—Demand moderate; St. Louis
fancy winter, 6s 9d.
Hops—At London. Pacilic coast, £1 15s.
f : ruit Sales
CHICAGO, Sept. 23.—California fruit
was sild at auctio.i today, the following
prices being realized:
Prunes—[email protected] 45.
NEW YORK. Bept. 25.-C»Hfornia fruit
sold at auction today realized the follow
Peaches—[email protected]»l. 40.
Visible Grain Supply
NEW YORK, Sept. 23.-The visible sup
ply of grain Saturday, September 21, as
compiled by the New York Produce Ex
change, is as follows:
Visible. Increase. Increase.
Wheat... 39,385,un0 1,292,000
Torn .... 6,411,000 477,000
oats 3,094, iOO 201,000
Rye 514.1H10 20,000
Barley... .1,008,000 522,000
WASHINGTON, Sept. 23.—The condi
tion of the United States treasury at tbe
close of business today was as follows:
Available cash balance, $182,744,333; gold
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Bond and Produce
WALL STREET SPECULATION
Prices Higher and the Tendency Is
The ConNktion That the Outward Movement
of (lold Is Over Gives Strength
to the rtarket
Ni;\V YORK Sept. 2:).—Pfices today
woro, witb a few exceptions, higher, the
upward tendency being almost uninter
rupted The volume of business was fair
ly large but was irregularly distributed,
with industrials and grangers enjoying the
large deal.tigs. The conviction that the
outward movement Ol gold is over, at
least temporarily, aud the satisfactory
rsports ot earnings of moat of the rail
mails undoubtedly had conaiderablo ef
fect on the market The lower tendency
of the exchange mark et iv the last few
days took many people by surprise and
occasioned rumors of tue negotiations
of a sterling loan by way of explanation.
Well Informed brokers declare that ibe
favorble tendency of exchange is entirely
natural and tbat there ia no present ne
cessity for a sterling loan.
The early advance culminated after the
first hour and on sales to realize profits
Tactile Mail ioat 1 per cent on repurts of
a hitcb in the negotiations for a settle
ment with tbe Panama Railroad com
pany Tbey are denied by officials of
both companies About midday rallies
were recorded in a number of instances,
among tbem Pacific Mail 1<» The ad
vance In prices was very pronounced in
tbe last Iwo hours ol business The
strength of sugar was ascribed to the
advances in tho foreign and in the do
mestic grades, which are almost daily re
ported Tbe market closed strong at the
best ligures of the day Sugar gained 2)'
for the day Trading in bonds was mod
erate in volume, with a strong tone to the
speculation. Among the advances estab
lished were Northern Pacific seconds
and Chicago & Northern Pacilic lirst trust
receipts t)5 per cent.
NEW YORK. Sept. 23.— Tha otlici&l clos
ing quotations fur stocks were as fol
Atchison 23'j IT. P.D St Cult... U
Adams Xx 147 Northwestern 103V^i
Alton, Terrs 11... 83 , do ptd .14(1
do old ——|N jr. Central .... 102?*
American E- „.,11SK R.T.« H, Em... !U
Halt, a out,. Ontario St West.. IS I .
Can Paeiflo 58JJ Oregon Imp .... 0
Can. Southern... 33% Oregon NaT 39
Central Paeiflo... liP.j OregonShortLine
flies, £ Ohio 304j AXorlhern 11
Chic. Si Alton.. 183 PaciticMail :m,
C, B. tQ. 87% Peoria Dee. &E. r.%
Chicago Gas 71' s 'Pittsburg 165
Con. (las 143 Pullman 173%
C. C. C. * 3t. 4U'< Reading 20%
Col.Coal A Iron . 0% Richmond Ter...
Cotton Oil 2341 do ptd ——
Del. <t Hudson; .133 'Rio«. Western... IS
Del. lAck. W 1(19% do p(d 42
D. 4R. G. pfd.... 54% Rock Island 79%
Distillers 21% St.Paul 78%
East Term dopfd 129',
Erie 12% S>t. Paul <l O 48%
do pld 24% do pfd 121
Fortwariie 185 Southern Pa-itlc 24%
Gt. North'n ptd.l2l Sugar Refinery... 100
C. 4: E. I I. ptd....103 Term. Coal ilrou 43' i
Hocking Valley . '23' i TexasPacitlc 12..
Illinois cen 102%-Tol. St O.Cen pfd. 78
St. Paul it Duluth 'it CnionPacitic 15%
Kan. Si Per. p(d. C H. Express 46
Lake Erie it W... 23% Wabash, :-t louli
do pld 77; 3 St Pn .iia 9%
Lake Shore 130 do pfd 24..
Lead Trust 361, Wells-Fargo Ex.107
L.S.S 04% WesternUnton ... 1(3
1.. St N. Albany... Mi Wheeling!: L. E . 15%
Manhattan Con 111!, do pfd 49
MeiannlStt Char. 15 Minii.<*i St. L 21%
Michigan Cen.... 101 ii.iß.li 17' I
Missouri Pacltto.. 30'; Gen.Electric 39J*
Mobile A0h10... 23% Nat. Linseed. ... 25
Nash, & Chat ... 70 Col. Fuel & Iron. Saw
Nat.Cordige 8% dopfd ...lOd
do pfd lU;i H. '.. Tex, Cen... 2%
N. I. Central 114 Tol., A. A. St Norti
Norfolk4tW pfd.. 14% Michigan IV
North American.. ti% Tol., St. L & X.C.. «
N. Paeltlc 5% do pfd 17
dopfd 19', American Tobac. 1001:
eo.R. It 13% dopfd 107
dobfd 40 ,St. P.. M. St M —115
NEW YORK, Sept. 38.—Tba following
are the dosing quotations for tha bond
II S new 4s. ran ..122 |Cen rac tat 5.'95.102
p B new 45,00UP..i9i Dnnveri Rii 75..117 1
U 8 as, resistered.ll.Vi do4s., 01
do SS, co pon. ..113% Erie seconds 78
do 49, re< 111% G H & S A 6i 104
do 4s, eoap 11*%' do 7s 104%
do 2s, re; 9«% H A T Ceut 55....111
PacifieOsof '95..100 I dotia .107
Alabama Class A. 100 MX 1 first 4a ... 29%
doelessß 108 ' do second 45... 88%
doclassC 99 Mm 1 ron Us ...113
docurroncy 99 NJOOog 5> 118%
La New Con 45... 98%'N Pacific lsts 118
Missouri Us 100 I do tit 103%
N Carollnatis. ...148 INorthwest Con . 138%'
d 049 102 ; do S F deb 55.. 11l
8 Carol ua N-fuud I%iROW sts 78%
Term new set tis.. 90 'St Paul .'on 75... 127',.
dobs 105 I do OA-P Wfts.. 110
do 3s Ist L & I M (ien 5s
dooldtls 00 litIV&SFGe i«5..110
Va Centuries 62%, Texas Pac lsts ... 02
do de erred 6 do ids 20%
Atchison 4a 83 U P lsts oi '90.... 107%
do 2d A 84141 West lho to 4s . .106%
Can South 2d5....10d%150 X Kss 00%
Government bonussteady; newts, cou*
pOB, % per cent higher.
State ootids inactive.
Railroad bonds strong.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23.— Official
".losing quotations for rtttolng shires werj
Alia 10 Julia . O'-i
Alpha Con injustice. 08
Andes 03 Kentuck Con 14
Belcher 61 Lady tVash'n Con.. 02
Belle Isie Mexican 77
licit A Belcher. ...110 Mono 12
Bodle Con 41 Mt Diablo 15
Bullion 22 Navajo
BulwerCon 10 Occidental C0n....
Caledonia 13 Ophlr 175
Challenge Con 83 overman. 25
Chollar 64 Potosl 70
Conddence 243 Savage 45
Con Cal and Va....273 Scorpion 5
con Imoerial 04 ilerra Nevada 105
ConNewYork 02 Stiver Hill 04
CrownPolnt. 52 Sliver King. „.
Kxchequer 05' Union Con 70
Gould A Curry 36 Utah Con 10
Grand Fr.zu Yellow Jacket 32
BOSTON. Sept. 23.—Tno closing quota
Atohi-on 23% Mexican 12%
Ball Telephone...lMW fan Diego 3
Burlington 87%iOregn bhort Line 11
Monty Qu rtetlena
NEW YORK, Sept. 23.—Money on call
easy at ;% per cent; last loan at i%
percent: closet at l'j per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 1(35 per
Sterling exchange weak, with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.89 n. i 9%
lor demand anj $4.88%54.88% lor ti >-
Postei rates, Sl.w, Jl.*, ani $4.59%
Commercial bills, $4.87%.
Silver certilicatss. 07%.
SAX FftANOISCU, Sept. 2;.-3ight
drafts on New York, 2%3.
1 olographic. , r )G, v,
LO.N'OJ.*, Sept. 23—Bank of England
discount rate, 2 per cent,
Consols, 107 11-lo J.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 23. — SilTet
bars, pe. ounce, [email protected]%c.
Mexican dollars. 54%354 s ,;o.
NE* YORK"., Sept. 21.— Save.- bars oe.
ou nee, 670.
Mexican dollars. 34% c.
LONDJV. Sept. 25. — Bar silver per
Bank of England Bullion
LONDON, Sept. 23.—The amount of
bullion gone into the Bank of England
today was £500.000.
SAN FKANCISIvj MARKETS
Call Board Prlcea -drain and Provision Move
SAN FRANCISC.i, Bept. 28.—Wheat-
Strong, December, MC; May, $1.02.
Barley—lnactive j December, May,
Flour-Fa.nily extras, $3.3531.45; bak
ers'extra?, $5.15311.2); supernne, $2.3331
Wheat—No. 1 shippine. 91',c per
cental: choice, fSCje; milling, 9.>c051.00
Barley —Feed, fair to good. 52 I j(gssc per
cental; choice, 57t 2 c, brewing, (K'-jC
Oils —Price unchanged. Milling 803850:
surprise. 86000 c; fancy feed, 85090 c;
good to cboice, 750Mic; poor to fair.
52,£0700; black, nominal; gray, 07,5®75c.
The receipts were.
Flour, ouarter aacks 24,743
Wheat.cen als 12,030
Barter, centals 20.240
Beans, s -cks — '2 141
Rye, centals 263
potatoes, sacks 6.527
Onions, sacks 1,53.3
Bran, sacks I.HU3
Middlin sacks 195
Hay, ton« 1,109
Straw, tons 49
Mustard, aacks 1,170
Wool, bales 607
Quicksilver, flasks 20
Wine, gallons 28,600
Sji Fraicla:) Pr,lu:r Mirkst
SAN FRANOISCO. Bept. 23. —Potatoes—
Burbauks. 30085 c; Early Bose, 800850;
sweet potatoes, $1.0001.33.
Onions—4oosoc per sack.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 20321 c: sec
onds, [email protected]<c, fancy dairy, 1
good to choice, 10(317c.
Cheeie—Fancy mild new, 6WO"C; com
mon io good, sc; America,
537 c; Eastern, 11012 WO; Western, [email protected]
Eggs—Ranch, 2503'jc iier dcz; store,
Poultry—Turkey gobblers, 15015 a per
lb; hens, 130150; geese, pair. $1.2501.60;
goslings, per pair, $1.2301.50; ducks.
13.0003.00 per dozen for old and
$3.0i)35.0d for young; hens. $4.0003.30;
roosters, young, i4.Ofioj.iiO por doz;
old, $1.0004.50 per duien ; fryers, $3,500
4.50 por dozen; broilers, $3.0003.50 per
dozen foi large and 12,5003.09 ior smalt;
Middlings, $ltu«J019.OO per ton.
Ground and rolled barley, 113.00014.03;
oil cake meal at the mill, $25 per ton;
cottonseed oil cake, $21 per ton.
Hay—Wheat. $7.00010.00: wheat and
oat, $,'..0008.00; barley. $5.0007.00; oat.
$5.0038.00; alfalfa, $5.0007.00; clover, $6.00
07.50; compressed, $6.000*.30; stock,
$4.5005.50 por ton.
Straw, 23045 c per bale.
SAN* FRANCISCO, Sept. 23.—Orchard
fruits and berries sold today at the fol
Apples—Green, 250300 par box; red, 33
08jc per box.
Pears—2scosi.3o per box.
Peaches—2soßoo per box.
Blackberries—sl.soo3.oo per chest.
Raspberries —$1.0005.00 per chest.
Strawberries — Longworths. $1.00(40.01
per chest; common, 52.5004.00.
Watermelons—sj.oomß.oo per 100.
California lemons—Common, $2.00 02.30
per box; good to choice, f4.0004.50.
Limes—Mexican. $6.0006.50 per box.
Bananas—sl.23o2.oo per bunch.
Pineapples—s2.ooo4.oo pur dozeu.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 23.—Vegetable
Summer squash. 20030 c per box.
Tomatoes—lso3oc por box.
Cucumbers —15025 c per box.
Peppers— Green. 20 3355; dried, 13015 c.
Okra—3oosoc per lb.
Cabbage— [email protected] per cental.
Carrots—soc. , Mt
Garlic—2o3c per lb.
Beets—SOc. ~' ~ .'. „ I.
Parsnips—7sc. .. _
The Day's Tranaactions on the Chicago Board
CHICAGO, Sept. 25.—Wheat was a
trifle weak at the opening, with sales
?4<3?s< ; below tho close Saturday, but
the decline was soon recovered, and
when tin- visible was posted tbe market
showed a good deal of strength and sold
%c above the low point early. The com
paratively stroiis; tone the market main
tained was something of a surprise. Liv
erpool was weak and lower, domestic
markets li iavy und the deliveries in tbe
Northwest wero again large. Hut in splto
of all this the market held steady. It
turned veiy strong near the close, regain
ing % over Saturday.
Corn ruled easier, as the frost in tbe
northwest and west was aecepteti es a
benefit tn tbe standing crop, and the sell
ing having exceeded tbe ouying. Com
pared with the close Saturday, September
and October and May corn are ;/.u lower;
December, !,o' t c lower.
Oats were timet nnd price changes
slight. A weak feeling prevailed at the
Provisions showed some little Improve
ment for Jaiinarv delivery,but wero week
for October, ami at the close January
pork wasi'je higher, while Octocbr wa>
unctianged. I nil also remained as be
fore for October and 2' ; e higher for Jan
uary, while ribs for October are lower by
fie per 100 pounds and 2 !,c mgbcr or a
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat No 'i—
September • 57%
December 38 Vfj)sS%
Corn No. 2—
Cash uu unions wjrs as Mltowi:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.00.33.50; win
ter str.tightj, spring patents,
$J.2jjt!.75; spring str lights, $2.7303.15;
Wheat—No. 2 spring. 57%"«38%e: No. 3
spring, 57c; No. 2 red, 67%(«!5!' , ..c.
Corn—No. 2, 31%@51>.,c.
Oats—No. 2, UKo; No. 2 white, 22% c;
No. 3 white, 20(821 %o.
Rye—No. 2, 3.5% c.
Barley—No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 27<tti
40c; No. 4, [email protected]
Timothy seed—Prime. $3.85.
Mess pork—Per barrel, M.000g.13K.
Lard—Pet- 103 lbs. $6.80(865.52y2.
Short ribs—Sldei, looso, $5.05(5i. 10.
Dry sailed shoulders—Boxed, $5,759
Snort clear sides, boxed -$5.62^(95. Tfl.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods per
Ou tbe produce exchange today the but'
ter market was firm; creamery, 90
2ul£c; dairy, 9017 c.
Eggs were linn at 1 .' : «/ I r jo.
The receipts and tuiti.u: iti were:
Articles. Receipts Shipments.
Flour.barrels 9,000 15.000
Wheat, bushels 4\,000 108.000
Corn, basnets 339,000 443,000
Oats, bush its 400,000 398,000
Rye, bushels 'J.uOO
Barloy, busnela 9(1.000 40,000
Wholesale and Retail Quotations Corrected
I.OS ANGELES. Sept. 23.
The past week bas been very dull in all
Knes, but tbe opening of this week shows
a decided improvement. Tnere ii but,
little change in quotations, however.
Owing to the warm weather, eggs aro
s omewbat tinner and prices advancing.
Egza- California selected, 24025 c; eu#U
orn, [email protected]; California .-tore. 22023 c.
Butter—Creamery, fancy 2-lb squares.
45047' a c; 28-oz squares, coast
creamery, 28-oz squares. 37'5040c. Dairy,
lancv 2 lb squares,3.l(<S37'io; 28-oz squares,
27W08OO: pickled. 25c.
Green Fruits—Grapes. Black Hamburg,
Muscat and Concord, 500 per crate; peels.
65c per box; raspberries, 10c per box;
strawberries.B(«9c; plums, 75c<S$1.00; figs.
105 c per lb: upples,sl.so; peaches,soc per
box; blackberries, 8o per box; pineap
ples, $3.00.24.00 per dozen: b» nan as. $2.25
(42.75 per bunch; watermelons. 35.(465
per doz: cantaloupes, 40050 c per doz.
Vegetables—Sweet potatoes, 85c0$i.OO;
green corn, 75c per sack; cucumbers. 400
per box; tomstoea, 500 per box; beets, 7ds
per 100 lbB: cabbage. 55c: carrots, 75c;
green onions, 20c per dozen; lettuce, 120
15c per dozen bunches; parsnips, 80(990o
tier 100 lbs; onions, new white. 50o; yel
low, 50060 c; turnips, 750; string bean;,
sc; summer squash, 350 tier box; green
peppera, 3m le per lb; urticnokes, 45c per
doz; beans, lima, $5.50; navy, $2.50; pink,
Potatoes—Local, 50(5 75c ; northern, 90e
Poultry—Hens, per doz., $4.2504.50;
young roosters, $4.00®4.75; old roosters,
$1.00; broilers. $2 00(88.00; ducks, $5,000
(i.00: turkeys, live, 11(e,12c perlb;gee»e,
$1.0001.25 per head.
Millstuffs—Flour, Los Augelee,.6o $3;
Stockton brands, $3.85; Oregon, $3.02;
bran, per ton, local, $15.00; northern,
$15.50; shorn, 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., 11}jC;
picnic, Otijc: boneless, 9'mC. Bacon—Per
lb.. Rex'ureakfast, 11c; 'light medium,
Uc; medium, 7' a c. Dried beef—Per lb.,
sets. 10c, insides, Dry salt pork—
Per lb., clear bellies, B'£c; short clear,
7'.jc; clear backs, 7c. Pickled pork—Per
half bbl., 80 lbs.. $8. Lard—Por lb.,
ivory compound, tierces, s',£c; rexolene,
o,'jc: pure leaf. 7c. Cottolene—Bc.
Hides and Wool—Hides as they run—
Dry, 13';j; kips, 11c; dry calf, 13c; bulls
and stags, H'.j<\ Sheep pelts—Weak.
Cheese—California—Full cream flats,
12c; young America, 13c; band, 14c; half
cream fiats, 7c; young America, 7}fc;
hand, BUn. Eastern—Cheddera and
twins, 13f'.14c Imported — Swiss, 25c;
limburger, 14015 a: bock, [email protected]; West
phalia, 20c; Roquefort, 42)£c.
Grain and Hay—Barley—Per cental,
feed, 00c; seed. 60c. Corn —Per cental,
$1.15. Wheat—Per cental, $1.05. Hay —
Per ton,alfalfa, 17.00(89.00; barley, $7.00®
9.00; wheat, $9.00(gll0.00; tame oats,
$9.3' I (ft, 10.00.
Citrus Fruits -Lemons—Encured, $1.40
(3 $1.60; cured, [email protected] Oranges—
Per box. fancy seedlings $1.00; choice,
80c; atandard. 6.3 c.
Dried Fruits— Apples—Sun dried,sacka,
per lb., 4(«3c; bj.ves. 6«7c; evaporated,
fancy, 70/,Sc. Apricot —Fanoy, B',j'c;
cboice, Be. Peaches—Fancy, unpeejed.
3c; bleached, 4c. Nectarines—Fancy, 80
9c; cboice, 6«>7c. Pears—Fancy evapor
ated, 709 c. Plums—Pitted, choice, 74»1
9c. Prunes—Chub ' "' I, aose; .•»<•'.•«.
203 c; fancy. 6u.
Live stock—Hog«—!' cwt.. $6. Bee
cattle—[email protected] Mutton -, . lb. \ eat
—s'. J ( s |7c per lb.
Iresh Meals—Butchers' prices for whole
carcasses: Beef— 3'.J(n!6o per lb. Veal—
' ..i.rOc. Mutton, 607 c. Pork—6c.
Nuts—Walnuts—Los Angeles, tic; Los
Nietos. 8c; medium soft. 808 , . s 'c; soft
shell Los Nietos fancy, 11012 c. Almonds
—Soft shell. 11012 c; paper shell, 13c;
hard shell, oc. Filberts—lOol2KC Pec
Honey ui,d Beeswax—Honey—Comb
Hostile per lb. : strained, 5V 2 (a,40. Bees
wax—2oo22c per lb.
London floney Market
NEW YORK. Sept. 23,—The Evening
Post's special financial London cablegram
Tbe stock market today was quiet but
steady. Americans spurted considera
bly. This was partly tiue to the scarcity
nf shares for the settlement being on
Wednesday, and particularly to the iavor
able. impression made by the dissolution
of the Rothschilds Morgan syndicate.
Opinions here as to tbe outlook in Amer
ica differ very widely even In the best
quarters, but the tendency is inclined to
be bullish. Prices closed under the best
Chicago Live Stock Market
CHICAGO. Sept. 23 —Cattle—Common
to extra native steers, $5.5003.75; cows.
$1.50,32.40; bulls, $1.7502 75; calves. $3.25
00.50; stockers and feeders, $2.5004.25.
Hogs—Heavy. $3.7504.40; lights, $3.9f>
04.33; mixed, $3.2504.15.
Sheep—Common to good natives, $1.25
03.75; lambs, $3.0004.60; westerns, $2.50
NEW YORK. Sept. 23. —Petroleum-
Dull- closet! at $1.21.
& K. COOPER & CO,
114S 8. MAIM ST. le.sphone UN
New York Stocks
S. F. Wheat and Barley
Bought, sold and carried on margins. Bally
circular and Hula booits oa speculation* #J
HOW TO MAKK MJ.NfiY, mailed Ire*.
Notice to Creditors
INSTATE OF HENRY C SI'TTOX, DE.
\ ceased. Notice is hereby given by the
iimi ratgnod, Annie E. Sutton, admin
istratrix ul the eatate of Henry C.
Sutton, deceased, to tbe creditors of and
a 1 persons having claims against the said
deceased, to exnibit be same, with the neces
sary vouch era, within four months at er the
first publication of this notice to the said ad
mlni-tratrix of the estato of Henry C. sutti.n,
deceased, et the law oflice of A. B. Young,
renms 1 and 2. Osgoodby block, In tbe city of
Pomona, 'hat being the 'place adopted by said
admini tratrix for the transaction ot tbe busi
ness i ertalniug to he administration of said
estate iv the county of Lua Augeles.
Firsi publication dated tbis .d day of Sep.
umber, A. 11. 1895. ANNIE E SUTTON,
8-3 tues it Administratrix.
Notice to Creditors
ESTATE OF I.YTILETON M. FRYER, DE
ceased Nolle- is hereby given by the
und rsigned, Sarah K. Fryer, adminiatiatrix
oi the estate of I.rttleton M. Fryer, deceased,
to the creditors of and all persona having
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit
the same, witn the n-ees ary vouchers, within
four months »fter the first publication of this
notice, to the said administratrix of the ea
tate of Lyttl ton M. Fryer, dcceaied, at thei
law office of A. B. Young, rooms I and 2 Os
goodby block, (n the city of Pomona, that be
ing tne pNce adopted by the said administra
trix fo-the transaction of the Pus nees per
taining to the administration of said eatate ia
thecountvof Lo- Ang tea.
First publication dated this 3d day of fieaw
teuiber, AD. 1895. SARAH R. Faffß*. r
8-3 tuts it Administratrix
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