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THE HERALD
"Want" Ads
The popular advertising. Five cents
per line, or $1 per line per month.
FOR SALE-REaL ESTATE
Rates for advertisements under this classifi
cation—l time, 5 cents per line: 1 week, 30
cents per line; 1 month, #1 per lino
Houses and Lots
TO PARTIES BEEKING HOMES—
We are prepared to build a limited
number of houses for purchasers on tbe
monthly payment or installment plan.
A small payment down; the blannco on
monthly payments equivalent tot rent.
Apply early to
EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,
9 121 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE-i12,000~~-O~NE OF THE KIN
est homes on Hope st., near 2 car
lines, and a big bargain, it's a 11
-room mansion arranged for 2 fam
ilies; lot 60xlB5; every modern con
venience. As an investment, will
bring $100 a month and will double
in value within 5 years. We are
solo agents. If you want an abso
lutely safe buy for investment or
speculation this will suit yon.
CORTELYOU A GIF FEN,
tf 402 S. liroadway.
foiTsale
; $1000 —5-room house, Elmore aye.
I $1000— 6 room house, Kohler st.
$1200—A large 4-rooui house, E. Ninth.
$1400—5-room house near Washington.
$2609— 8-room modern house, S. Pedro.
$3000—6-room modern bouso, E. 23d st.
$1900—6-room house, Forrester aye.
Houses and lots in all parts of the city
•t low figures.
N. B. WALKER & CO.,
6*9. 125; 2 ' W. 2d St.
FOR SALE—
$12,000—A beautiful homo on the most
beautiful residence street and ttmong
the finest homes in Los Angeles.
ERNEST O. TAYLOR,
0 214 N. Spring st.
FOR SALE—S22IIO; A~5-ROOM HOME;
all modern conveniences new; on W.
Eleventh and Blame sts.; lot 50 by 128,
facing on two streets; a substantial,
well-built cottage; 1W blocks fiom elec
tric car line; splendid neighborhood;
this is cheap. CORTELYOU & GIFFEN,
Sole Agents, 402 S. Broadway. tf
FOR SALE—WE BUILD A HOME ON
easy payments: you can have a5
room cottage for $1000, or v larger and
better one lor $1250. Houses built to
suit; Diana free. Good lots ne.ir Central
aye. and Fourteenth St. for $350. HOL
WAY LAND CO., room 14, Cal. Bank
bldg. tf
FORSALE—A NEW TWO-STORY COL
onial house, 7 rooms nnd batb, $1350,
Including lot 40x120; $350 cash, balanoe
to suit; house in course of completion.
HOLWAY LAND COMPANY', builders,
room 14 Cal. Bank hid,:. tf
FOR SALE—SISOO; MODERN 5 ROOM
cottage, bath, hot and cold water,
pantry, fruit trees, lawn, flowers, elec
tric and cable cars, graded streets, sewer
and good location. For this gilt edged
proposition see COY'NE & CO., Los An
gles theater bldg. 9-4 tf
FOR SALE—BARGAINS—NEW HOUSE
of 5 rooms, bath, etc., cor. lot on
Michigan aye., Boyle Heights; price
$1300. Also house of 0 rooms, liall, bath,
etc., lot 50x150, on Pleasant aye., $2100.
See F. A. HUTCHINSON, 213 W. First
St. 10-18
FOR~BXIE->2oOO;" A PERFECT COT
tage home; modern and perfect in all
its appointments; southwest; $850 cash,
balance long time. ERNEST G. T A V'-
LOR, 214 N. Sprng st. 14
FORSaTE—S~TO 11 ROOMS; BEST
dences from $1000 to $"0Ou; all parts
of city; very fine bargains; terms to suit
MORRIS A LEE, 328 S. Broadway. tf
FOR HALE—AT V OUR OWN PRICE, 20
-room house; must be sold. Inquire
19504 E. First st. 10
FOR SALE—S6OXIO — 8 ROOM HOI* S E
for $4000, choicely located, largo lot,
R. D. LIST. 1234 W. Second. 11-2
FOR S ALE—WE SELL THE X AETH ;
BABSETT A; SMITH, Pomona ,Cal,
6-20 tf
City Lots
FOR SALE- '
GRIDER & DOW,
ADAMS-ST. TRACT.
THE TRACT OF HOMES.
300 50-foot lots facing on the widest
Streets in tne city; Adams St., 82 feet
wide; Central aye, 80 teet wide; Twenty
eighth St., 100 feet wide; also Twenty
seventh and Twenty-ninth sts.; all lined
with lovely palm and shade trees. Every
street is curbed, graded and graveled,
and is sprinkled daily by the city; wide
cement walks, rich garden loam soil;
tbe healthiest portion of the city; high
and sightly location; grand view of the
city and mountains. The daily trade
winds blow fresh uud unobstructed di
rect from the ocean. Over 175 lots sold
and SO line bouses built in a year. A line
publio sohool building to cost $17,000
will be built ec once in the tract. Visit
this property ana compare it with other
tracts. Our prices aro $300 to $600, on
•ny terms. A double electric line runs
through tbis property. Take tbe Vernon
cars, corner of Second and Spring sts.;
12 minutes' ride from tbe business center.
For views of the tract, maps and all in
formation, write or call on us. Free car
riages. Tel. 1299.
GRIDER & DOW,
10-10 139 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—BARGALNB—
Lot on Thirtieth st. near Hoover, $650.
Lot on Bond St., near Sixteenth, $700.
Lot on Bush St., near Eighteenth, $800.
Lot on Twenty-eighth St., near Main,
$700.
100x110, a cor. on Grand aye., $4000.
Lot on Hope st., near Adams. $1500.
Lot on Westlako aye., near Eigbth St.,
$1600.
Lot on Burlington aye., near Eighth st.
$1900.
F. A. HUTCHINSON,
10-18 2.13 W. First st.
FOR SALE-LARGE RESIDENCE LOTS
within walking distance; price $450
and up on which we will build you a
house to suit on monthly puyments; low
interest; tbis is a better proposition than
you ever heard of; come and get particu
lars. N. B. WALKER & CO.,
6&9 1254 W. Second st.
FOR SALE-BEAUTIF VL~BV TTDING
lots for homes, on E. Ninth St., in
Hiscock & Smith's second addition; pricea
$200 to $350; $10 down and $10 per month.
A pply on tract or to C. A. SMITH, -ns
W. First st. sep.2ltt
FOR SALE—LOT 55x140,T0 ALLEY" ON
Broadway,near First, $215 front foot.
Tbe owner is bard up or would not sell.
LEE A. McCONNELL, 113 8. Broad
way. 11
St)R~BA EAR PICO ST.
electric car line, from $125; terrosjto
euit. J..ROBERTB, 134 S. Broadway, tf
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Country Property
FOR SALE OR EXCH ANGE-UNPRE
cedented opportunity to purchase 100
acres of land,all fenced and cross fenced;
7 seres highly cultivated In bearing or
chard, 10 r.cres in beautiful grove, nat
ural springs from which sufficient water
can be obtained for all purposes; delight
ful location, within 14 miles of station,
overlooking one of the most tortile valleys
in this state; perfect title at the low juice
of $20 per acre.
W. S. CARTER A CO.,
8 328 S. Broadway.
FOR SALE—NOTICE TO REAL Es
tate dealers—The best evidence tbat
it pays to advertise in The Herald is the
fact that nearly all the leadnig dealers in
the city are represented in its "for sale"
columns, and they find that it pays.
These advertisers are not experiment
ing. They are wide-awake businessmen.
They have thoroughly tested The Herald
as an advertising medium and are so Weil
satisfied with the results that they stick
to tbe proposition.
FOR SAl"d~f~~~BE E AND POULTRY
ranch, 12% aores land, house, barn,
hen houses, honey house; about 80 stands
of bees in fine condition; nevor-failing
well of line water; fruit trees, grape
vines, beautiful oak grove; on S. I. R.
R. half mile of depot; postffice, church,
stores, schools, etc. A bargain if sold at
once. For full particulars address box
17, Newhall, Cal. 10
YOU WANT A FINE
country residence?
Do you want 5 to 100 acies in the San
Gabriel valley?
Do you want a city residence?
Have yoa got something to sell or
trade? ,
Havo you got some capital to invest
where it pays big profits?
E. K. ALEXANDER, 145 S. Broadway.
7-25tf
FOR SALE-IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING
to buy, sell, or exchange, you will
find tuat it pays to advertise in Tho Her
ald want columns. The popularity of
tnesc small advertisements and The
Herald's large and rapidly increasing
circulation insure results.
FOR SALE^OR - EXCHANGE—2S, 40,
225 acres fine fruit and gram iand
just what you want; in the Simi valley;
want property in or near city, for a busi
ness. Address D. FARGO, 1048 Temple
St. 10-27
FOR SALE—A 10-ACRE ORANGE
ranch at Duarto, the blue-ribbon
orange section; 10 shares of stock In the
best water company in Southern Califor
nia. Apply to A. STEVENS HALSTED
room 117, Bryson blk.
FORTS A LB—WB BE LiTTHE EARTH
BASSETT A SMITH. Pomona, CaL
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR BALE—BEIS „iT~YV\
First St.,sells and exchanges all kinds
of property and business places; saloons,
cigar stores, restaurants, lodging houses,
fruit antl groceries, city and country
property; to sell quick for cash or buy
any kind of property, apoly to BEN
WHITE, 221 W. First st. " 11
FOR SALE—S7SO; A GOOD FlRBT
class bakery, now doing a fine pay
ing business: present owner has cleared
$3000 per year in tbis stand for several
years, and business now is as good as
ever. N. B. WALKER A CO.
6&9 1254 W. Second st.
TO BUY
a bakery, candy store, ice cream or
soda water business,"see the SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA SUPPLY CO., dealers in
bakers' and confectionurs' supplies, 123
S. Los Angeles St., city. 11-13
FOR SALE—
$1500—Grocery, fine location, good ousi
ness.
$600— Grocery and fruit stand
N. B. WALKER A CO.,
6A9 1254 W. Second st.
for SHOI'i
tools and stock; 2 spring wagons, 2
carts, 2 buggies, 1 track sulky, antl I 4
year-old mare, standard bred; separate or
altogether. Inquire 800 Pasadena live.,
East Los Angeles. 14
FORBALErTITATjEToR
A line runch of 460 acres; 200 acres
undor cultivation ; plenty of water; will
tase eastern property. Address FRANK
ELIJAH, Bishop, I hyo county,Cal. 11-2
ATIONER Y"~AND
bazar; well located and established in
best street in San Francisco. Apply
CUNNINGHAM, CURTIS A WELCH",
327 Sansom St., San Francisco. tf
FOR SALE "REMOVEDr"CfJIJTS — &
Simpson, real estate and monoy brok
ers; general business agents, have remov
ed from 400 Byrne bldg to 317 8. Brood
way, Los Angeles, Cal. tf
FOR — SALE—SANTA SIONICA, CHEA I\
the furniture and outfit of the Pacific
Gatden rcstauiant; a goud chance for
someone; I am going east. Apply to
ALEX MORRIS. 9
FOR SALE-LODGING HOUSE; TBA X
sient; good corner; clears over $125
monthly profit; pried $1200. Apply to
BEN WHITE, 221 W. First sr. "ll
FOR SALE—LODG ING 'lIOUSE _ OfTi
rooms, near postoflice. Apply to
OWNER, 651 S. Spring st., or BEN
WHITE, 221 W. first st. 11
FOR - sXIE^DO — YOU WANT TO BUY
a business; do you want to sell out?
If you do, call on J. C. FAULKNER, 205
S. Biottuway. 11-9
FOR _ BALE—SBOOI MARKET:
large, nicely equipped place; ontral
location. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221
W. First st. 11
WANTED TO MAKE CONTRACT
with responsible parties to fink oil
well. Call at room 2, Los Angeles the
ater, tl
FOR SALE — WANTED — PARTNER - ;
first class metal engraver; no capital
required. Address 236 E. Second st.
6-25tf
FOR REAL
estate; no pay; honest, active man
only. Address E.,hox 40.Herald office. 10
FOR SALE-$375; RE^TATJRANT; IS
worth $500. but must be sold today.
Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.First st. 11
FOR BALE—TO' SELLBUBI- - YOUR
-ness, or bouses to be removed, go to
MORRIS & LEE, 32S S. Broadway. 6tf
FOB SALE-A LARGE - FRUIT AND
grocery store; a big bargain, $650. t>
L_D. BARNARD. 1174 S. Broadway. 9
FOR SALE-FINE BAKERY WITH BIG
route and shop trade; $1100.
I. l». BARNARD, 1174 8. Broadway. 9
FOR SALE—A COFFEE AND~Tu~NCH
room; neat place: close in; $190.
9 I. D. BARNARD, 1174 S. Broadway.
TO SIiL"L~6u^Y6"UR"^USI
LP. BARNARD, 1174 8. Broadway.
FOR EXCHANOE
FOR EXCHANGE—2OOO
every description; over 200 houses
and lots; hundreds cf properties of all
kinds to choose from; for sale and ex
change. Apply to BEN WHITE, 221 W.
First st. 11
FOR EXCHANGE—2 SELL OR ExT
change your city property or ranches
go to MORRIS & LEE, 328 S. Broadway.
7-12tf *
FOR EXCHANGE—BALED HAY FOR
Jersey cow. R. D. LIST, 1234 W.
Second. 11-2
Ct^OPODISTS^
THE WORLD RENOWNED CHIROPO
dist, Dr. Rabat Dunze—l have prac
ticed in all parts of the world; no knife
or acid used; only one price charged.
1194 W- Eirst at., opp. the Natick house.
10-27
jLOS ANGELES HEKAXiD: WEDNESDAY MOBmG, OCTOBER 9, 1895.
SALE — L ODOINO HOUSES
FOR BALE—LODGING HOUSES -
FOR SALE—A FINE LIST OF GOOD
paving lodgine houses, well f urn irhed,
$800. $1200, $1500, $2000, $30'n and all the
way up to a large grand paying house fur
$0000. Bargains. Cull at 309 W. Second
st. Tel. 826. J_
FOR SALE-THE BIGGEST BARGAIN
an actual snap; 40 large sunny rooms
lodging bouse, neat Central park for
$1750; worth over $2200. (.'all quick on
H. J. SIEMER, 213 W. First. 11
MERCHANT TAILORING
JUST RECEIVED AT" 4il SOUTH
Spring St.. lino stock of imported and
.domestic woolens,from which wo are pre
pared to make up suit in latest styles and
at the lowest prices. We aro also pre
pared to show one of the best lines of
woolens in the city; anitabla for ladies
tnilor-made suits. Give us a call: will
please voti as well as save you money. E.
W. BETTS. tf
EMIITJ. LIED, MERCHANT TAILOR.'
room 328 Wilson blk., cor Spring and
First sts. ; perfect lit guaranteed, 11 20
FOR RENT-LAND
FOR RENT—6O ACRES OK WINTER
vegetable land nt frostless Cahuengu,
with water. NORTON ,t KKNNEDY,
134 S. Broadway. ti
FOR SALE—SOME BA RG AINB
in second-linnd nrgnns; good makes.
KOHLER A CHASE. 233 S. Spring sr. tf
_ PATENTS, COPY, ETC.
KNIGHT BROS., PA TENT SO LlOl
tors—Free book on patents, 308 Slini
son blk. 9-28-6
LOS ANGELES
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ANALYTICAL CHEniSTS AND ASSAYERS
WADE _ WADE, 10»4 Commercial st.
ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW
W. H. SHINN, 203-208 Wilson blk., Spring st,
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS
BTKINKN _ KIRCHNER, 130 N. Main St.
JOSEPH JAEUIIR. SI6Z S. Main, bet lid and 3d.
BICYCLES
"KEATING," HawUy, King<£ Co , 210 N.Main
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
FOWLER & COLWELL. 115 W. Second at.
BRASS WORK?,
PACIFIC BRASS WORKS, Up. Main, cor. Alflnj
BOOTS AND SHOES
H. C. HfcANBY, 352 8. Spring St.
CHIROPODIST
Dr. Zrtkran, diseases of the feet. 253 a Spring.
CROCKERY
PAC CROCKERY £ MS CO., 223 N. L. A. st
CAST-OFF CLOTHINO
8. GREENG \P.T, buy and soil, 107 Commercia
M. LEVY pays highest prices, 131 E. First at,
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
BOTTS & PHELPS, 336 S. Main. Tel. 1279,
CARRIAGE WORKS
THE TABOR CAR'GE WORKS, J37 W. Fifth St.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS, IRRIGATION
GRAY BROS. * WAR 8.125 N. li'way. Tel. 236,
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE
F. W.BRAUN & CO. ,405-407 N. Main; tel. 954,
DELICACIES
FRICKER & ESDIiN, Mott Market: tel. 1398.
DENTISTS
L. D. SWARTOUT, '211 W. First ft. Tel. 1058
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
T.linwir, A WAGNER. Mott Market. Tel. 55a
GROCERS—WHOLESALE
HAAS, BARUCH A CO., 320 to 326 N. L. A St
HOTEL BROKERS
ASSOCIATED HOTEL IN VESTMENT BUREAU,
102 8. Broadway; buy, sell and lease.
HOTELS
ABBOTSFORD INN, cor Bth & Hope. Tol. 117*
HARNESS MANUFACTURER
OTTO RUF, 323 S. Main. New Turuvereln hall.
HAT MANUFACTURERS
RUSSELL & WILSON, 113 West Third street.
HORSE SHOERS
J. GOODWIN & Spooner, 325 a Los A rig lies st
LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE REP'TfI
STANDARD COLLECTION & MERCANTILE
CO., (inc.) $100,000, 211-212 Stlmson. A. C.
Broderson, att'y.
KILLS FLEAS, INSECTS AND PLANT PESTS
CHLeRO-NAFTHOLEUM, 710 S Spring St.
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL . 118 Court st
LIVRRY STABLES
CALIFORNIA STABLES. 37B N. Mnill st 'et4*
MANTFLS, TILES AND HARI>WOOD LC/TBER
HENRY BUURMANN',SI4 8. Spring st Tel.7UB
PHYSICIAN
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl'dg, En. 216. Tel. 73.
RESTAURANT
COSMOPOLITAN f 219-.m W. Second st
REAL ESTATE
NORTON & KENNEDY,'I3I S. firdwy; tel 862
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. F. MORENO, 220 Alisost.
SEWING nACHINE REPAIRING
M. V. 81LL1NU5.4244 8. Spring St. Tel. 1349
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
CHAS. W. ADAMS, 338 N. Main. Tel. 1347.
WATCHHAKER AND OPTICIAN
G STOESAK, 511 S. Spring st. bel. sth and Ota
WINES AND SPIRITS.
C. F. A. LAST, 129 and 131 N. Main st,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
E. FLEUR. 404-100 N. L. A. si. Tel 2.34,
PHOTO ENtiRAVINOS IN LINE & HALE-TONB
LOS ANG. PHOTO ENG. CO., 15054 S. Main st,
STORAGE
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE. 801 and 803 E. First
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
COUNSTABLK ii t'OUTTS. 158 N. Los Angelas
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALfIERS
BOOTH & ROW, 256 S. Main ft. Tel. 1349.
UPHOLSTERINO AND CARPET CLEANING
JAMES F. ALLEN, 513 South Spring street.
PHOTOGRAPH—LANDSCAPE
F. H. MAUPK A CO.. 211 W. Firsts!.
Notice—School Bond Election
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
quulified doctors of Howard school dis
trict of the county of I.os Angeles, sta'e of
California, that in accordance with the pro
visions of the rolitieal code of the state of Cal
ifornia, as set forth in article XXI, title 111,
part 111 thereof, and amendments thereto, an
election will be held on the tilth day of Octo
ber, 1895, at sohool house at the Summit, in
said district, between the hours of 9 v m and
4 p. m. (during which period the polls shall
remain open), nt which timo the question of
Issuing aud felling bonds of said district to the
amount of three thousand dollars, for the pur
pose of raising money for purchasing a site,
building a school house and furnishing the
same arid improving suid lot, will bo voted
iiiio n.
The said bonds thereunder to lie issued nnd
sold to be of the denomination of five hundred
dollars each, and to bear intetest at the rate of
seven percent per annum, and to be num
bered from one to six, consecutively, aa fo.
lows, to wit:
Bond No 1, live hundred dollars, to run to
January Ist, 1897.
Bond No. 2, five hundred dollars, to run t
January Ist. 1898.
Bond No. 3, five hundred dollars, to run to
January Ist. 1899.
Bond No. 4, live hundred dollars, to run to
January Ist, 1900.
Bond No. 5, live hundred dollars, to run to
January Ist, 1901.
Bond No. 6, five hundred dollars, to run to
Ja"uary ißt, 1902.
That Ed Dupuy as inspector and w. A. Bur
rows and S. Huuhins as judges, three compe
tent persons and qualified electors of said
school district, will act as tho inspector and
judges of said election and conduct the same.
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands this Seventh day of September, 1895.
A. U FLOOD,
M. A. SMITH.
GEO. D. BARRON,
Trustees ol Howard school district, Los An
geles county, California. 9-11-18-25 10-2
BANNING CO.WISm
Dealers iv Imported Domestio
ff\ A I CEMENT and Catalina
Island SOAPSTONE.
Agents for SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, also
for W. T. co.'s ocean excursion steamers, tugs,
yachts and pleasure launches. Telepnone 36
Notice of Meeting for the Adoption of
By-laws
CAHUENGA LEMON EXCHANOE—NOTICE
is hereby given that a meeting of the
members of the said exchange, for the purposo
of the consideration and adoption of by-laws,
will beheld at The Passschoolhouse. Cahuenga
Valley, California, on the 22d day of October,
1895, at7:3op.m.
By order of the president.
WILLOUGHBY COLE, Socretary.
LOCAL FIELD OF COMMERCE
The Formal Opening of the
Orange Campaign
A GOOD SEASON EXPECTED
Plans of Action Adopted by the Fruit
Exchanges
Florida Oranges Will Cut but c Smell Figure
and European Importations Will
Probably Be Curtailed
What may be regarded as the first
formal step in tbe orange campaign ot
1895 06 was taken yesterday with the de
parture for tbe east of a committee con
sisting of Messrs. Morehouse, Platt, Col
lins and Xaftzget. These gentlemen will
be charged with the duty of looking over
the field where California oranges are ex
pected to be marketed, appointing repre
sentative! of tho exchanges and tha es
tablishing of central dopots at points
from which tho crop can most effectively
lie distriubted. It is expected that by
this means the market may be better con
trolled and that gluts and famines may
bo practically avoided.
It i 3 generally believed that the Beason
will be a successful one. The crop, ac
cording to the estimates, will not be larg
rr than tnat of last year, and the total
output from Florida orchards is not ex
pected to exceed 100,000 boxes. Compe
tition of European fruit is not likely to
be so sharp, as the importers do not feel
disposed to repeat the experience of last
year, most dealers wbo made advances
on Messina and Palermo fruit having
come out losers at tbe close of the sen
sun.
While the crop is not larger than last
year's, it will he remembered thet some
hundreds of cars of seedlings last year
never found a market, being allowed to
rot under the trees or to spoil in the
boxes after picking. This year it is
h Dped to disposse uf the whole crop. If
selling is begun with the ripening of tho
curly seedlings and continued steadily
through the season as the varieties
ripen, thero is no reason to suppose that
the market will not absorb the whole
crop and at fairly remunerative prices.
An Oil Nuisance
Daily Journal: There is one outgrowth
of the oil industry which will have to be
regulated by the health authorities. We
refer to tbe location of refining establish
ment* in resident portions of the city.
This paper does not believe that tho oil
wells a s they are now conducted are det
rimental to health, but with rehneties it
is entirely different. The fumes and
nauseating smell which emanate from
tho retinery on Second street are a me
nace to the hoalth of tbo people living In
that vicinity, and if the business cannot
be conducted without creating such a
nuisance it should be suppressed. The
proprietor has not even taken the precau
tions to erect a high chimney to catry
the fumes off, and tbe location in a hol
low is sucn that a high chimney would
not relieve the inhabitants on the hills
on all sides. Tho possibilities of the
growth of oil refineries aro very great and
they may become a valuble addition to
our petroleum industry, but tho city
should pursue the same policy that is
followed iv other places- compel their
location at points remote from the center
of population.
In a short time thero will be a pipe
line to the ocean, wbich will make it
pt ssihle to locate refineries out of town,
and the city should refuse to permit
their location within the city limits.
LOCAL PRODUCE
Wholesale and Retail Quotations Corrected
Dally
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 8.
Business generally was good today and
prices yenerally tirm. Eggs, both east
ern and ranch, are higher, with the pros
pects favoring a further advance. Fruits
and vsgetahlea are in full suppiy, grapes
being a trifle higher as the early varieties
disappear.
Quotations follow.
Eggs—Choico California, 25c; eastern,
22c.
Butter—Creamery, fancy 2-lb squares.
474350 c; 28-oz squares, 353374 c; coast
creamery, 28-oz squares, 3743400. Dairy,
lancy 21b squares,3s@374c; 28-oz squares,
274330 c: pickled, 30c.
Green Fruits—Grapes, Black Hamburg
and Muscat. 50360 c per crate; Concord,
75c; pears, 05c per box; raspberries, 12c per
box; strawberries, B@9c; plums, 75c3
$1.00; figs, 3c per lb; apples, $1,253
1.50; peaches, 05c per box; blackberries,
8c per box; pineapples, $3.00(2)4.00 per
dozen; bananas, $2.2532.75 per bunch;
watermelons, 50305 c per doz: cantaloupes,
50c per doz.
Vegetables — Sweet potatoes, 85c;
green corn, 75c per sack; cucumbers, 40c
per box; tomatoes, 500 per box; beets, 75c
per 100 lbs; cabbage. 00c: carrots, 75c;
green onions, 20c per dozen; lettuce, 123
15c pur dozen |bunches; parsnips, 80300 c
per iOO lbs; onions, new white, 50o; yel
low, 59360 c; turnips, 750; string beans,
343ic; summer squash,3so per box: green
peppers, :134c per lb; artichokes, 45c per
doz; beans, lima, $5.50; navy, $2.50; pink,
$1.5031.75.
Potatoes—Local, 50375 c; northern, 90c;
$1.0031.10; Salinas, [email protected].
Poultry—Hens, per doz., $4.2531-75;
youug roosters, $4.0031.75; old roosters,
$1.00; broilors, $2.7533.-'5; ducks, $5,003
0.00; turkeys, live, 11312 c per lb; geese,
$1.0031.25 per betid.
Millstuffs—Flour, Jbos Angeles, $3.00;
Stockton brands, $3.85; Oregon, $3.02;
bran, per ton, looal, $15.00; northern,
$15.50; shorts, per ton, local, $17.00;
northern, $10.00; rolled Darley per ton,
$13.00; cracked corn, per cwt.,51.20; feed
meal, per cwt., $1.25.
Provisions—Hams, Rex, per lb., 114 c;
filonlc, 64c: boneless, 94c. Bacon—Per
b., Rex breakfast, 11c; light medium,
84c; medium, 740. Driod beef—Per lb.,
sets, 10c; insides, 114 c. Dry salt pork—
Per lb., clear bellies, 8c; short clear,
BMpt clear backs, o%c. Piokled pork—Per
half bbl., 80 lbs.. $8. Lard—Per ib.,
ivory compound, tierces, 54c; rexoleno,
6.4 c; pure loaf, 7c. Cottolene—Bo.
Grain and Hay—Barley—Per cental,
feed. 60c; seed, 60c. Corn—Per cental,
51.15. Wheat—Per cental, $1.05. Hay-
Per ton,alfalfa, $8.0039.50; barley, $7,003 ,
9.00; wheat, $9.00310.00; tame oats
$9.50310.00.
Citrus Fruits—Lemons—Uncured, $1.40
ffisl.6o; cured, $2.50353.00. Oranges—
l'er box, fancy seedlings $1.00; choice,
BUc ; standard, 650.
Dned Fruits—Apples—Sun dried,saoks,
per lb., 4(tfssc; boxes, 637 c; evaporated,
fancy, 7@74c. Apricotr—Fancy, 840;
choice, 83. Peaches—Fancy, unpeeled,
3c; bleached, 4c. Nectarines—Fancy, 83
9c; choice, 6<a7c. Pears—Fancy evapor
ated, 7@9c. Plums—Pitted, choice. 748
9c. Prunes—Choice, boxed, 435 c; saoks,
2(f£3o; fancy, 6c.
Live Stock—Hogs—Per cwt., $6. Beo
cattle—s36o. Mutton—44o. per lb. Veal
—5437 c per lb.
It resh Meats—Butchers' prices for whole
carcasses: 8eef—44350 per lb. Veal—
4350. Mutton, 637 c. Pork—6364c.
Nuts—Walnuts—Los Angeles. 6c; Los
Niotos, bo; medium soft. 8384 c; soft
shell Los Nietos fancy, 11312 c. Almonds
—Soft shell. 11312 c; paper shell, 13c;
hard shell. 60. Filberts—lo@l24c Pea
ans—l33lsc.
Honey and Beeswax—Honey—Comb
10,4@110 per lb.; strained. 34@40. Bees,
wax—2o_22c per lb.
Hides and Wool—Hides as they run-
Dry, kips. 11c; dry calf, 15c; bulls
and stags, 84c. Shoep pelts—Weak.
Wool—Nominally, _4(<tr>c.
Cheese—California—Full cream flats,
114 c; young America, 124 c; band, 134 c;
half cream fiats, 7c; young America, 74c;
hand, 84c. Eastern— Chodderj and
twins, 1.:../ lie. Imported — Swiss, 2>o;
limburger, 143135: bock, IsAkSßj West
phalia, 20c; Roquefort, 424 c
LOCAL Bt\lC CLEARI.NQ3
LOS ANGELES, Ojt. 8.
Following are tin Ldi Angelas bank
clearings for tha current week:
Day. Exchange*. Balances.
Monday . ..
Tuesday $301,274.73 if513,<512,28
SAN FRANCISi/J MtRKET-
Call Board Pries* -drain end Provision Move
ments
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. B.—Wheat-
Steady; December. 97Xc; May, $1.02%.
Barley — Steady; December, 624e;
May, (.7.4'c.
Corn—sl.os.
Bran—sl3.s3,
Flour— Family extras, $3.3533.45; bak
ers' extras, $1.1533.25; supei«nn3, $2,333
2.60.
Wheat — No. 1 shippins. 953 per
cental: choioe. 9640: milling, 074c@
$1,024 "er cental.
Barley — Feotl, fair to good, 574 c
per cental; choice, 58%300c; brewing, 624
<370e
Oats—Prioe unchanged. Milling 75385 c;
surprise, 80385 c; fancy feed, 7538240;
gootl to ohoice, 053724 c; poor to fair,
57.43624 c; black, nominal; gray, 674®
75c.
Siti Fraixlssi PfiJu;s Msrkst
SAN FRANCISCO. Oot. 8.-Potatoes-
Burbanke. 35315 c; Early Rose, 35@40c;
sweet potatoes, $1.2531.50.
Onions—3s3loc per sack.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 20@22c; sec
onds, ls@loc, fancy dairy, 18319 c;
good to choice, 1G317C
Cheeso—Fancy mild new,54374c; com
mon to good, sc; Young America,
537 c; Eastern, 113124 c; Western. 10311 c.
Eggs—Ranch, 303310 per dcz; store,
a7w4qu
Poultry—Turkey gobblers. 133140 per
lb; hens, 12,tl'ic; geese, pair. $1.5031.75;
gosliugs. per pair, $1.2531-50; ducks.
$4.5030.00 per dozen for old and
$4.5030.00 for young; hens. $5.0036.50;
roosters, young, $4.0035.01 per doz;
old. $4.5035.00 per dozen; fryers. $3,503
4.50 per dozen; broilers, $3.5034.03 per
dozen for large and $2.5033.00 for small;
pigeons. $1.2532.00.
Game—Nominal.
Middlings, $17.00310.50 per ton.
Ground and rollod birloy, $13.00314.03;
oil cake meal at the mill, $25 per ton;
cottonseed oil cake, $21 per ton.
Hay—Wheat, [email protected]: wheat and
oat. $7.00310.00; barley. $5.0037.50; oat.
$5.0038.5'); alfalfa, $0.0037.00; clover,s3.so
37.00; compressed, $6.50310.00; stock,
$5.0035.50 per ton.
Straw, 4035 Cc per bale.
Fruit riarket
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 8 Orchard
fruits and berries sold today at tha fol
lowing prices:
Plums—3o36oc.
Apples—Green, 253500 per box; red, 40
38oc per box.
Prunes—4o36oc.
Pears—2s36oc per box.
Peaches—2s3ooc per box.
Blackberries—s3.oo34.6o per chest.
Raspberries—s3.oo3s.o3 per che3t.
Huckloberries—s2.o334.o9.
Strawberries — Longworths. $4.0036.03
per chest; common, $2.0033.50.
Figs—2o34oc.
Grapes—2o3soc.
Crab apples—3o@6oc.
Watermelons—s3.oo37.o3 per 100.
Cantaloupes—4o@t>oc.
California lemons—Common, $2.00 32.50
per box; good to choice, $4.5035.00.
Limes—Mexican, [email protected] per box.
8anana5—51.2532.53 per bunch.
Pineapplos—s2.o)34.oo per dozen.
Vegstable Market
■ SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 8.-Vegotabla
quotations follow:
Green corn—4oc36so.
String beans—l4324c
Summer squash. 35@4Ju per box.
Tomatoes—2o3 30c per box.
Egg plant—3o3 40c.
Cucumbers—2s3loc per box.
Peppers—Green, 25335 a; driod, 123153.
Okra—3o3soc per lb.
Cabbage— 6.5375 c per cental.
Carrots—soc.
Garlic—233c per lb.
Cauliflower—s336oc.
Beets—SOc.
Parsnips—7sc.
Green peas—2,433c.
Turnips—3o3soc.
Financial Review
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—The Evening
Post susy in its financial review today:
One of the noteworthy incidents of the
day was a fuither advance in silver
bullion to 30 15-16 pence on tho London
market, the highest figure of tne year.
This is tne first demonstration of any
consequence in tbat market since the
treaty of peace between China and Japan
last May. The price temporarily touched
SOJjj tbat month, but since then and until
last week the price of silver has held al
most motionless at 3043304- Yet it
was plain, throughout tbis interval, that
silver was being steadily accumulated
in London. During July and August,
when its silver exports usually predomi
nate, Great Britain imporfd by oHicial
returns $4,017,000 more silver than it sent
out. In tbe same two months exports of
silver from tbe United States to London
were $3,001,000 greater than in 1804. The
New York weekly shipments during Sep
tember reached a still larger average,
twice making a weekly total of nearly
$1,000,000. It may surprise some people
to know tbat our silver export under
smh conditions is the largest since the
civil war.
Nor is tbero any difficulty in guessing
the purpose of these London buyers. Ore
object of tbe Chinese indemnity was to
provide the silver needed to redeem Jap
anese notes floated for war purposes in
Cores, for which redemption silver will
be available, if the indemnity fund were
to be used to fill Japan itself with a sil
ver currency.the demand would of course
bo vastly greater. But the Japanese
statesmen aro shrewder students of gov
ernment finance than the oracles of our
own great country.
The Wool Trade
BOSTON, Oct. B.—Business in tbe
wool market is booming and the sales
were the largest on record. Prices have
been maintained and there is little pros
pect of wool going lower. Tbe strong
features of the London sales being re
sponsible. Ihe following are the quota
tions of leading descriptions: Territory
wools—Montana fine medium and fine,
ll@14o; scoured price, 35337 c; Montana
No. 2 medium, 14316 c; scoured price,
32333 c. California wools — Northern
spring, 11311 c; scoured price 33331 c;
middle county pring, ll@13o; scoured
price, 32@33c. Australian — Scoured
basis combing, superfine, 42315 c; comb
ing good, 40342 c; combing, average, 393
40c; Queensland combing, 38310 c.
Chicago Live Stock Market
CHICAGO, Oot. B.—Cattle—Common
to extra nativo Bteers. $4.503 5.60; cows,
$1.7533.00; bulls, $2.0032.75; calves, $4.00
36.25; stockers and feeders, $1.8031.10.
Hogs—Heavy, $3.6034.10; lights, $3.70
34.25; mixed, $3.7534.20; pigs, $1,753
4.00.
Sheep—Common to good natives, $1.60
33.75; lambs, $3.0034.60; westerns, $2.50
33.75.
Receipts—Cattle, 6,503; calves, 800;
jogs, 23,000: sheep. 24,000.
Petroleum
NEW YORK, Oct. 8. — Petroleum—
Quiet; closed at $1.23.
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Bond and Produce
Quotations
WALL STREET SPECULATION
Prices Are Irregular i.nd the Trend Is
Downward
Liquidation Conspicuous. Owinz to the Firmar
Tendancy of Money and the Reported
Cutting of Rates
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—Trading in stocks
today fell snort of yestorday's total by
about 90,000 shares. Prices were irregu
lar, tnough the trend was downward.
Tho industrials and grangers were tbe
leaders in activity. London prices came
lower and foreign dealers were sellers in
this market. The domestic influences in
cluded an easier market for sterling ex
change, a firmer tendency to niteß for
call money and commercial paper, ro
porfs of impending further advance in
anthracite cual prices and advances Of
sharp rate cutting in western railroad
rates.
Tha general market opened weak and
moderately active. Losses were confined
to fractions and the downward move
ment was soon checked and recoveries
followed, extending to 1 per cent in
sugar. Soon a raid against tho leather
stock sent that stock down 3% per cent
and had a depressing effect upon the
general list Chicago gus yielded 1%.
General electric 1. Sugar 14 and Man
hattan 1 per cent.
Around 11:30 the covering of shorts
stimulated a general recovery 111 which
leather preferred rose B*< from the lowest
point. The bears attacked Chicago gns,
causing the general market to yield. In
only sugar, however,did tho decline reacli
full figures. Liquidation was more con
spicuous in today's market than for
some time past, the firmer tendency of
money and the, reported rate cutting be
ing chiefly responsible for this develop
ment. Speculation left off weak in tone,
the net result of operations showing gen
eral fractional losses.
Tho bond operations in the morning
were meager, involving slightly lower
prices. At the late session, however, sup
port was accorded the market and on an
increesed volume of business fractional
recoveries were established in the specu
lative issues.
Oregon improvement lirsts ran off 3
per cent to 92, subsquoontly rallying to
82%.
Closing Stocks
NEW YORK, Oct. ».— The official clos
ing quotations for stocks wore as fol
lows :
Atchison 20X tj. p.n ~fe Gulf... 0
Adams Ex 160 Northwestern 1044
Alton,Terro 11... 62 , do pfd 147
doofd NY. Central 101%
American Ex ....115 N.Y. &N. Eng... 51
Bait.<b Ohio 62 l 4 Ontario Si \\est.. 18%
Can Paolflo 594 Oregon Imp ((
Can. Southern... 544 Oregon Say 23
Central Pacific .. 1814 OreßonShortLtno
ches. 4 Ohio 1841 •Northern 94
Chic. <li Alton 163 PaotflcMail 304
0. B. 4Q 85 Peoria Dec. &E. 5
Chicago Gas 6658 Pittsburg 165
Con. Gas 144 Pullman. 172
C. C. C. .feSt. L... 44-4 Reading 20%
Col.Coal A Iron.. 6 Richmond Tar...
Cotton Oil 22' i do pfd
Del. Si Hudson: ,1819sRio G. Western... 17%
Del. Lack. W 166 do pfd 91
D. 4R.6. pfd 524 Rock Island 70%
Distillers 23 St.Pau! . 754
East Teun do pfd 126
Erie Ill,' St. Paul Si O 93
do pfd 25 do pfd 121
Fort Wayne 185 Southern Pacific 24
GLNorth'n pfd. .121 Sugar Refinery... 10S4
0. Si B. 111. pfd. ...100 Term. Coal &Iroa 43
Hocking Valley.. 234 TexasPacillc 114
Illinois Can 1004 Tol. Si O.Cen pfd. 77
St. Paul.fe Duluth 31 .Unionl'acillc 11
Kan. & Tex. pfd. 3B'i U. S. Express 45
LakeKrfe Si W... 23% Wabash. St.Louis
do pfd 77 Afacille 9
Lake Shore 150 do pfd 22%
Lead Trust 344 Wells-largo Ex.loo
1..1N 01% WestornUnian... 91%
L. Si N. Albany... 94 Wheeling*! L. X.. 15
Manhattan C0n..1104 do pfd.. 47
Memphis<k Char. 15 Minn.&Bt.L 25
Michigan Con 1004 U. Si R. (J 16
Missouri Pacific.. 35% Gen.Electric 37%
Mobile A 0hi0.... 23 Nat. Linseed. ... 234
Nash, .t chat 70 ICoL Fuel At Iron. 384
Nat. Cordage 84 do pfd 100
do pfd 15% H. & Tex, Cen... 24
N.J. Central 112 Tol., A. A. Si Nona
Norlolk Si W pfd.. 14 Michigan 1%
North Ainerioau.. 5 . Tol., St.L. &X.C H
N. Pacific 4% do pfd 17
dopfd 18* Amorican Tobac.
So. R. R 19)4 dopfd 105'
doufu BSHIBt P.. M. Si M.... 115
Bond List
NEW YORK, Oot. B.—The following
»re the closing quoLitious for tha bond
list:
II S new 4s, reg ..123 (Cen Pnc 1 5t5.'95.104
U S new Is,coup . 123 Denver S- R G 75.. 11 7.4
U S ss, registered.ltd do4s., 014
doss, co p0n...H0 IKrie seconds 80
do 4s. Reg 111% G H & S A tis 105
do4s,coup 1114. do 7s 102
do2s, re* 97 ;H .fe T Cent 55.. .111%
PacitieOsof '95..100 I doUs 105
Alabama Class A. 109 iM X T first 4s .... 884
doelassß 109 do second 45... b'O I .^
do class C 99 |Mut Union lis 113
doeurroncy 99 !N ,1 C Gen 5s 119%
Ln New Con 45... 98 N Pacltio lata 118
Missouri Os 100 | do lids 101%
N Carolfnabs 122 [Northwest Con.. .140'
do4s 102 do S F deb ss. ..113*1
8 Carolina N'-fund 1 !R<i W lets 75%
Term new set Os.. B7M 8t I'aul Con 75... 117
dobs 105 "| do C.fc P W 55..115
do 3s nt L Si 1 M Gen 5s 85%
do old lis 60 St L&SFGeuds. .1104
Va Centuries 03 Texas I'ac lsts.... ;u'.,
do deferred 64! do 2ds 28%
Atchison 4s 80% > U I'lsts of' 96 107%
do 2d A 32% West Shore 45....100'
Can South 2d5....107 |So R Rss 90%
Government bonus firm.
Ktate bonds inactive.
Railroad bonds firmer.
Mlnlnz 5 tiaras
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. B.—Official
closing quotations lor ntlning shares warj
as follows:
Alta 08[ Julia 01
Alpha Cou 08 Justice 05
Audes 38 Keutuek Con • 07
Belcher 51; Lady Wash'n Con.. 02
Bello Isle Mexican 06
Best Si Belcher. ... 94 Mono. 10
Bodio Cor. 32 Mt Diablo 15
Bullion 14 Navajo ...
BulwerCon 08 Occidoutal C0n.... 17
Caledonia 09 Ophir 155
Challenge Con 70;0verman 10
Chollar 55 Potest 65
ConttJonco 180 Savage 38
Con Cal aud Va 2tJO Scorpion 5
Coulinperlal 02isilerra Nevada 80
ConNewYork 02 Silver Hill 02
Crown Point 44 Silver King.
Exchequer 04 Union Con 57
Gould .fe Curry 46; Utah Con. 07
Grand Prize Yellow Jaoket 45
Ha,e& Norurcsj... 145|
Boston Quotations
BOSTON, Oct. B.—The closing quota
tions were:
Atchiion 204 Mexican 12%
Bell Telephone...lo9% San Diogo 3
Burlington 854IOregn Short Line 9
Silver Bullion
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 8. — Silyar
bars, per ounce, 07307% c
Mexican dollars, 54%354%c.
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—Silve.- ban pe.
ounce, G6%0.
Mexican dollars, 534 c
LONDON, Otst. 8. — Bar silver per
ounce, 30% 1.
-Taney Quotations t
NEW YORK, Oct. 8.-Money on call
firmer at 24(83 per cent; last loan at 3
percent; closed at 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4%@6 per
»
Starling exchange weak, with actual
businojj in bankers bilU at $4.87(9*. 88X
for demand a:ii $i.863L864 for 00
--day bills.
Fostai ratsa, $4.8734.874 and $4.84)
34.884.
Commercial bills, $4,854-
Silver certificatss, ti'i%@o7%-
SAN FRANCISCO. Oat. 8. — Stfert
drafts on Now York, 24-
Tciographic. sc.
LONDON, Oct. B.—Bank of Enataaal
discount rata, 2 per cent.
Consols, 107% d.
————— *
Treasury Statement
WASHINGTON, Out. B.—Tho condi
tion of the United States treasury at tba
close of business t iday was as follows:
Available cash balance, $182,867,133; gold
reserve, $93,017,202.
CHICAGO MARKET
The Day's Transactions on the Chicago Board
of Trade
Oct. 8.-Wheat was fairly
active but showed decided strength, sell
ing from noon about 1% above yester
day's close. Tbe news was somewhat
conflicting, the deliveries in tbe north
west 1600 cars and the world's wheat
bhipments last week were 350,000 bushels
more than the importing countries re
quire for weekly consumption. To tbia
extent the situation seemed weaker. But
cables were higher and all domestic mar
kets woro doing better and pries here
were strong irom tbe start. The market
held steady, Jecember holding for a time
about 60c and closing at 50%.
Corn was fairly active and firm, influ
enced largely by strong feeling in wheat.
May closed 20c, October 29% c.
Oats quiet but firm. May closing 20*|0.
Provisions were lirroer, with grain, fdr
a while , but an early rise in January/
perk was lost in tho end. Lard and ribs
closed a small fraction under yesterday*
(dose. "
Loading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat J!o. ll—
October....,
December. 59? i
May 64
Corn No. a—
October 99*6
November - 27 ? a!
Deeembar 'i 74
May 29
Oats No. 2—
October 17J-,
December 17%
May 204320*4
Cash quotations ware as follows:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.0033.50; win
ter straights, $2.855gJ3.25; spring patents,
$3.1533.50; spring straights. $2.6533.03; ,
bakers', $1.9032.30.
Wheat—No. 2 spring, 05.4359->io; No. 3
spring, 5043534 c; No. 2 red, 54@61c
Corn—No. 2, 303304 c.
Oats—No. 2, 177^c; No. 2 white, lSJtf
@20>$c; No. 3 white, 164319HC
Rye—No. 2, 404 c.
Barley—No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 263
40c: No. 4, 25330 c.
Flax seed—944'c.
Timothy seed—Prime, $3.69.
Moss pork—l'er barrel, [email protected].
Lard—Per 100 lbs. [email protected].
Short ribs—Sides, loose, $5.2535.30.
Dry salted shoulders—Boxed, $5,753
35.874-
Short clear sides, b0xed—55.7536.00.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods per
gallon—sl.22.
On the produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creamery, 93
22c; dairy, 94313 c.
Eggs were firm at 15317 c.
The roaaipta and sUinmams were:
Articles. Receipt*. Shipments.
Flour, bar rets 12,000 12,000
Wheat, bushels 202,000 16,009
Corn, bushels 417,080 194,000
Oats, bushtls 780,000 680,000
Rye, bushels 14,000 4,000
Barley, bushels 117,000 32,000
Liverpool Market
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 8. — Wheat-Spot
quiet; demand poor; No. 2 red win.
ter, 6s 2d; No. 1 hard Manitoba, 5a 2d;
No. 1 California, 5s 2j<£d.
Futures iirm and about 14' d higher;
October, 5s 1 ,d; November, 5s 2d; De
cember, 5s 2%d: January, 5s 3J.,d; Febru
ary, os 3%d; March, 5s i4d.
Corn—Soot quiet; American mixed,
3s 4>.,d.
Futures closed firm and unchanged;
October, 3? 44d; November, 3s 44d; De
cember, 3s 44d; January. 3s 34d; Feb
ruary, 3s 34 d ; March, 3s 34d.
Flour—Firm; demand fair; St. Louis
fancy winter, Os 9d.
Hops—At London. Pacific coast, £1 15s.
Fruit Sales
CHICAGO, Oat. 8. — California fruit
was sold at auction today, the following
prices bains realized:
Pears—sl.23(B3.oo.
Peaches—7s3Boa.
Quinces - $1.1031 • 28.
1033.30.
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—California fruit
sold at auction today realized the follow
ing prices:
Pears—sl.ss.
Prunes—sl.ls. .
Peaches—7so<Rsl. 05.
Grapes—sl.lo32.26.
The London Markets
NEW YORK, Oct. B.—The Evening
Post's London cablegram soys:
European politics and the speculative
posiiton at Paris further oppressed all
markets today am] mines closed flat with
heavy liquidation. Tho full slump in
mines is mainly due to tho forced sales
from Paris. The disinclinaiton of bank
ers here to discount continual accept
ances has taken active form today,
French drafts being all but boycotted.
Tho reason is that this market realizes
ttie speculative position in Paris is enor
mous and that bankers there have prac
tically been borrowing in tbis market 011
bills mainly for re-lending on the Paris
Bourse.
This boycotting by the English banks
means that the banks will nave to call in
money from the Bourse broaers. The true
situation will probably not be known till
tbe settlement, which begins on Satur
day. Americans were weak, closing flat
at tbe lowest.
j$
DR. WONG HIM, who hm practiced m*e%
cine in Los Angelas ior 20 yearn, aa*
whose office is at 639 Upper Main street, will
treat by medicine all diseases ol women, toeoj
and children. The doctor claims that he hat
r. medics tbat are superior to all others at «
specilic for troubles oi women and men. A
trial alone will convince the sick that Dr,
WongHim's remedies are more efficacious thaa
can be prescribed, Dr. Wong Him is a Chinese)
physician of prominence and a gentleman of
responsibility. His reputation Is more thaa
well established, and all persons needing hftl
services can rely on his skill and ability. A
euro is guaranted In every case In which aro*
covery is possible. Herb medicines lor sale.
DR. WONG
HERB DOCTOR,
639 Upper Main Street, Los Angela, ,
C. F. HEINZEHAN,
Druggist and Chemist
232 N. Main St, Los Angela*.
Prescription carefully we—adod Uf m
■teat.

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