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LOCAL FIELD OF COMMERCE
Dun's Report of Local Business
Conditions
IMPROVEMENT IS GENERAL
The Outlook Is Promising for the Fall
Trade
L*.i Angeles Petroleum and the Possibility o!
an Improvement In Prices to
Be Obtained
It. W. Barnhim, manager for Dun it
Co., furnishca tne following review ot
local trade conditions:
Retail trade generally continues to im
prove. Dry goods quite active; carpets
and furniture in demand. Jobbers report
distribution more active in most lines
and outlook promising for an increasing
fall trade. Collections show a slight im
provement, but are yet fßr from satisfac
tory.
Driet fruit market remains compara
tively inactive. Dealers maintain asking
prices on all stock grading first class, and
hold tho tone ol the market firm.
Wine grapes sell steadily at fair pricss.
Walnuts meet an eager market and good
prices rule.
Beaii3 are selliui; well; values sustained I
In the oil held, situation remains un- j
changed. The oil shipments to San
Francisco by the exchange aro not yet
heavy enough to relieve the market.
There havo been two failures during
the past week; liabilities $800, assets
12000.
Oil and Oil Price*
The petroleum of Las Angeles Is thus
commented on hy the St. l.ouia Globe
Democrat:
The discovery of petroleum at Los An
geles has proved to bo important, and
there is talk ol running a pipe line to
the nearest seaport in ordor to load tank
steamers with oil for distribution along
the coast. San Francisco has alwasys
been at a disadvantage in manufacturing
on account id the cost of coal, but witii
a supply of cheap petroleum and electric
power working toward it from the foot
hills of the mountains on the east, the
oity in future will have no difficulty in
competing with other cities as far as fuel
is concerned.
In tnis connection the following from
the Daily Record is interesting, as indi
cating tho possibility of improved prices;
The inquiry as to when the Standard
Oil company may be expected in the held
as a bona fide purchaser of tho fuel pro
duct is being renewed by producers and
those employed unon the drills and other
industries of the district. That company
is now overdue.
The flocnl oil exchange has already
shipped seven carloads to San Francisco,
end will continue shipments from time to
time. The cost of piping from tho Held
to the station is about 8 cents per barrel,
nnd from there to the tanks in San l-'ran
cisco 51 cents additional, making a total
outlay of Gil cents for transportation.
The exchange sold its oil for $1.25 per
barrel delivered in tanks at San Fran
cisco.netting exchange producers tlti cents
per oarrel delivered at any point on the
pipe line. This makes a good showing
nnd will revive confidence in the mid.
Miinv claim that there is very little oil in
tho "tanks of the district by re.taon of re
cent important sales and shipments, The
Punto Oil company (LaovA: Rowland)
lins Been a heavy purchaser of our pro
duct for shipment tv San Francisco.
LOCAL PRODUCE
Wholesale aid Ratlll Qa j •.' ■i < Carrectel
Daily
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 23.
Business grows hatter as the week pro
gresses, and though some lines are dull
and leaturoless, most staples show life.
The demand lor beans is small and sales
orrespondingly slow, as is also the case
w!ih dried iruits genetally. Walnuts are
readily disposed of as soon as ready tor
the market, and the crop is largely sold.
Almonds also iind a quick market.
Fruits and vegetables are in gooJ demand,
witn no falling off in tho supply.
Quotations ioilow:
ICags—Choice California, 2b'c; eastern,
22c.
Butter— Creamery, fancy, 2-lb squares,
■17 j"' »Uc; iiS-oz squares, 3~'(";37!.jc; coast
creamery. 28-oz squares, [email protected] Dairy,
fancy 2-lb squares, B.i«*37!j'c; 2S-oz
squares, 27 Va (330 c; pickled, 800.
Green Fruits- Crapes, Black Ham
burg and Muscat, [email protected] per crate;
Concord, 75c; pears, die per box: rasp
berries, 12c her box; strawberries, [email protected]!)c;
plums, 75o«J!$l.t)0; tigs, 3c per lb. •
apples, 11,26(31.50; peaches, i>se per box;
hlaoKberries, 8c per box; pineapples,
$8.03(34.00 per dozen; bananas, $2.25(3
2.75 per bunch; watermelons, 60q8650 per
doz; cantaloupes, 50c por doz.
Vegetables —Sweßt potatoes, 85c; green
corn, 75c per sack; cucumbers, 400 por
box; tomatoes, 5Uc per box; beots, 75c
nor ICO lbs; cabbages, 55c; carrots, 75c:
green onions, 200 perd izen; lettuce, 12(3
15c per doz bunches; onions, new white,
GOc; s*ellow, 50(300o; turnips, 75c; string
beans, summer squash, 35c per
box; green peppers, 3(340 per lb; arti
chokes, 50c jier doz; beans, lima, $5.50;
navy, $2.50; pink, $1.50(31.73.
Potatoes—Local, 50(3750; northern, 900,
$1.00(31.10; Salinas. $1.03(31.10.
Poultry—BenS, per ooz., $4.25(34.75;
young rooslets, [email protected]; old roosters.
$4.00; broilers, $2.75(33.00; ducks, $4.50(3
6.50; turkeys, live, 11«'.12c per lb; geese,
[email protected] per head.
Mllistuffs—Flour, Los Angeles, $3.(10;
Stockton braiols. $3.85; Oregon, $3.02;
bran,, per ton, local, $1.3.0 j "northern,
$15.50; shorts, per ton, local, $17.(10;
northern, $1(1.00; rolled barley, per tan,
$12.00; cracKCil corn, per cwt., $1.00; feed
meal, per cwt.. $1.10.
Provisions- Hams, Hex per lb, ll!4c;
pfcnlo, boneless, 9c.
Bacon—Per lb., Hex breakfast, 11c;
light meoium, S;,;;c; medium, 7}4c.
Dried beef—Per lb., sets, 10c; insules,
UHo.
Dry salt pork— I'or lb., clear bellies,
B'4'c; short clear, 6HC\ ciear backs, tij^c.
Pickled pork—Per half bbl., 80 lbs., $8.
Lard—Per lb,, ivory compound, tierces,
SK C ! rexoline.lli'.jc; pure leal, S%.
('ottolene—Bc.
drain and hay — Barley, per cental,feed,
KCic; aeed, 800. Corn—l'er cental, $1.01.
Wheat—Per cental. $1.05. Hay—Per ton,
Alfalla, [email protected]; barley, *[email protected];
wheat, $9.00(3$10.00; tame oats, $9.60(3
$10 OJ.
Ciirus Fruits - Lemons— Uncured, $1.40
<351.(i0; cured, 12.60(853.00. Oranges—Per
box, fancy seedlings, $1.00; choioa, 80c;
standard. 860.
Dried Krnita—Apples—Sun dried,sucks,
ncr 10., 4OTSc; boxes, b'(37o; evaporated
fincy [email protected],'io; Apricots—Fancy, B;,sc;
choice 8c Peaches—Fancy unpeeled 30;
bleached, 4c. Nectarines—Fancy, B(39cj
choice, [email protected] Pears—Fancy evaporated,
7(3»o. i'lums—Pitted choice, [email protected]
I runes—Choi?e boxed,4(<Jsc; sacks, 2<33c:
fancy, Co.
Live atock—lings—Per cwt. $0. Beef
cattle, s(3(ic. Mutton, per lb. Veal,
per lb-
Fresh Meats—Uutchers' prices for
whole carcasaes: Beef—s«'!7c per lb. Veal
—4(35c. Mutton--4; ;J / C35 l 3 'o. Pork— s%
(370.
Nuts—Wainuta—Los Angeles, 6c; medi
um soft, 8(38,4o; soft, shell Loa Nietos
fancy, llsi 12c. Almonds—Soft shell, 11(3
12c; paper shell. 13c; hard shell, (ic. W
eans—l3QlsaW; filberts, 10itl2^c.
Honey and- Beeswax —Honey—Comb,
10)4311(1 per lb; strained, Bess
wax, [email protected] per lb.
Hides and Wool—Hidet as they run —
Dry, U%a\ kips, lie; dry call, tflC; bulls
and stag*. Be. Sheep pclte—Weak. Wool,
Nominally, [email protected]>c.
Cheese—California full cream Hats,
II We; youne America 12Wc; hand,
half cream Matt,7c; voting America, 7!jC;
Eastern — Chedders and twins,
|.i;« 14c. Importid—Swiss, 2r>c: limbur
ger, HOliic: hoi,k, [email protected]; Westphalia,
L'Uc; Roquefort, 42!^e.
WEATHER AND CROPS
Reports of Cuniltioas P.-evailinj Throaghi.it
the Stale
The weather during tho earlier part of
tte weak was somewhat cooler than the
average, which condition gave place dur
ing the latter part to warmer, cloudy
Wtather, with the Hist ruins of the sea
son. The rain was the heaviest in tho
mountain sections an I in the northern
OOMildlttrlfltS where the precipitation wfls
finite heavy, while in the remaining sec
tions light local rains fell which wore
not sufficient to be of material beuetit.
Wood soaking rains aro much desired, so
that farmers can begin their fall opsra
tions; some dry plowing is being done, but
not to a great extent. The orange crop
is doing well ami prunes are putting out
i blooms in some localities.
SAX LUtS OBISPO COUNTi'.
Snn Luis O'uspo City-The rainfall for
the late storm was 1.78 inches.
Musick—Warm, cloudy weather all tho
week with occasional heavy showers. Al
present writing. Saturday, the wind is
from the south with a gentle rain. Rain
fall for tho week, 84-10J of an inch.
SANTA BARBARA COUNTY.
Goleta--Tbe weather for the past week
has been unsettled; a little rain has
fallen, but no ttamagi has been done if
clear weather follows. Harvesting is
nearly completed and a few dry days would
be of great benefit to the drying of wal
nuts.
VL'NTURA COUNTY.
Bardsdalo—The weather is now quite
cool after a long hot season. Some prune
trees aro in bloom; light alnwers fell the
past week, which were reported heavier
in tho mountains, crop conditions are
normal.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
Los Angeles City—The tirst appreciable
rain of the season fell during the latter
patt of the weak, when 24-100 of an inch
waa precipitated, which was slightly in
excess of the weakly normal. Tho tem
perature ranged one degree in excess of
the average, tho nigliest being 60 degrees;
! lowest 46 decrees.
Lancaster—liain Ml throughout the
j valley on Friday and Saturday. the pre
| cipitotion being about hall an inch in tho
center of the valley. Some hay was in
lured. The weather has bcon mild and
beneliiacl to alfalfa.
LaCanaila — Tbe weathrrhas been favor
able and citrus trees have rapidly put on
a new growth. Rain fell gently and re
lieves sensibly the of irrigation.
Fruno trees ate putting out a second crop
iof blossoms. Highest temperaure, 711 de
grees; lowest, 411 degrees; rainfall, 05*100
I of an inch.
Pasaoena—The Hrit ram of the season
began falling on tlie 18th, and showetH
eontinueu the remi.inder oi the weeK, but
tho total precipitation, of an inch,
waa too small lo be o! any particular pood
aside from frcalieni nt; tho air, the fali ba
in? heavier near the mountain*.
iiuarte—There has been but little
rhange since last report, ttie light rain of
the 17th >"»eing the lirst. of the season.
Highest temperature, 00 decrees; lowe3t,
50 degrees; rainfall, :MOO of an inch,
♦i ORANGE COUNTY.
Cupistrano—The highest temperature
was 70 degrees; lowest, OS degrees; no
rain reported
REAL'ESTATE TRANSFERS
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 23.
Perry K. Tboman to H. T. Dalton —
Agreement io convey lots 20, 21 and 22,
blocks 20, Electric Hallway Homestead
association tract; $1100.
Frederick and Helen Katon to Gs Aub
rey Davidson—Lot 40, extension of Nob
Hill tract; $1250.
.1. L. und L. Hicks to James Sellers —
North of lots 7 and 8, block 89, I'o
mona; ip9oo.
Albort, M. G. and B, L. Mooro to A.
M. Way—Beginning in west line of Los
Angeles and San Bernardino read near
Bpadra; $1300.
Burbi nk Land and Water company to
John MeCure—Villa lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 "and
o, Burbank; $250.
Elizabeth M. and Calvin A. Looinis to
Elizabeth A. Frame—Lots 1 anrt 5, Doug
las tract; lot 13, Cowgill's subdivision;
$150.
Catharina and .Samuel Zwicke to Johan
nes Rods—Lot 130, May tract; $400.
William S, and Sarnh M. Vawter to
Southern California Railway company-
Lots 30 to 54, block Kanoho nanta Monica,
Commercial conijiany tract; $1000,
George 1!. and Henrietta Kate Do I'rain
In Mrs. L. U. Waring — Lot 1, block 1,
llrmaton tract; 1680.
linllena and B. G, Warthen to Augusta
Phillips—Lot 1 nnd south part of 17, block
0, Cameron tract; $3000;
John K. and Matilda K. Vogel to Del
pbine I. Kecnan —Lot 1, block 2, Will
iamson tract; $1000.
Samuel and Mary Hesten to Stephen R.
Brown—Lot 20, block B of A. J. Painters'
subdivision; $150.
Bessie Corey to E. A. Bellinger—Lot 10,
and east 12 feet "f lot 11 and strip in
rear of suid lot 10 anil east 12 feet of 11,
Steel tract; $775.
Doria .lone, to Ida M. Fowora—Lot 19,
block 11, resuhiliivsion cf Jones tract;
$100.
It. M. Baker to William S. Boytl 3d—
Agreement to convoy landa in Santa
Anita tract; $4100.
Ira W. and Hose M. The ps to Martha
Newell- Lot 33, resubdivision of Monte
rey tract; $000.
J. B. and l.al.ra J. Mos'loy to H, J.
Sienior—Lot 22, block 4, Diamond street
tract; $700.
Miles M. Stimson et al., to J. P. Ed
wards—East 3.48 acres of block 10, Pttente;
$417.
William Vawter and Sarah M. Vawter
to W. 11. Sompio jr. —Ljt D, block 14,
Santa Monica; $1105.
J. 111. and Maria A. Whissen to Edward
L. Dohcny and Samuel Cannon—Lot (i,
Beau voir tract; $700.
Anabolle S. Widner to W. C. James—
Lot 19, block Bof J. H. Bryant's Fig
ueroa street subdivision; lot 12, Forman's
subdivision ; $250.
James A. ami Lulu E. Davy lo John T.
Davy anil F. M. Davy—Lots 10, 18 and
20, block 2, Cun«rai Park Front tract;
$100.
Phoebe A. and Thomas E. Go,o to
Southern Pacilio Itailroad company-
Three-quarters of an acre commencing at
eoutlioast corner of northeast quarter of
southeast quarter of northeast quarter
section 9, 1 south, 9 west, etc.; $225.
Mary Kawson to Mrs. Ida E. Shipley-
Lot 4, block 2, H. M. Ames' first subdi
vision Vernon; $100.
Kosedale Cemoterv association to Mrs.
W. H. Van Slyko—Lot 91, block J, Kose
dale cemetery : $175.
Frank A. Gibson, trustee, and Savings
Bank of Southern California to B.N.Con
away— Lot 308 of Grider it Dow'a subdi
vision of Briswalter tract; $155.
The same to Mary IC. Madeen—Lot 262,
same subdivision; $175.
Andrew and Bertha Hansen to Lottie
E. Stone— Lot 4. block 3 Brvant, Peaslee
A. James subdivision ; $1500.
Ocola Van Arsdnl to Zaldl F. Childs—
Lot 84, Goldsworthy & Cnronis subdivi
sion ; $750.
Fred and Lillie Elehler to W. T. Flem
ing—Lot 8, book 2, Kobson tract; $1200.
George M. and lrvie M. Heller to Edith
Bloomrield— Part of lot 4, olock 72, 11, S.;
?400.
_ Summary
Deeds 06
Nominal '. 26
'■total $ 30,240 45
LOS ANGELES TLERALB: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1893.
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Bind and ProJuce
Quotations
WALL STREET SPECULATION
Dealings Still Slow and the Prices Tend
Downward
A Little Rise in Foreign Exchange and Small
Supply of Cotton Bilb Are Unfa
vorable Factors
NEW YORK, Oct. 2:l.—Speculation to
day was Hat und uninteresting. Dealings
slightly exceeded yosterdny, but the dis
tribution was relatively much wider.
Prices fell almost without interruption.
Commissions were again very scaice and
the traders accardlngly made prices.
News was scarco, but the movements in
industrials and a few of the active rail
road stocks were attended by gossips or
rtimru purporting in affect their position
in the market. The most important in
fluence having general bearing was a re
covery in the rates of foreign exchange,
due to the disposition of hOUSSS having
large amunls ol exchange available to
hold out for the best rates obtainable.
The mnply of cotton bills was also light
er than Anticipated. The gr&ngSi shares
were affected by rcrorts of continued
drought and of frosts at tho west. Tho
southwestern shares wero again depressed
by technical estimates of lighter earnings
from the shortage in the cotton crop.
Lower prices in domestic and foreien su
gars and speculation as to the amount
of raw material hold by the American
Sugar Ilelineries company were responsi
ble for the pronounced weakness in tlio
market for tiie stock oi that company.
The market ononed dull and lower. A
temporary upward Hurry set in early,
based etuirely upon covering purchases.
Subsequently a reaction began which was
practically unrlic-ved up to tho close. Su
gar declined 2 8-8, leading in tbe losses.
The iinal prices wore at the lowest hg
ures of the day.
The movement of bond prices in the
early dealings was somewhat erratic, but
later the tromi of pricos was downward.
Total sales, 11,388,000. Atchison adjust
ment, when issued, declined 2*i per cent.
Closing Stocks
NEW YORK, Oot. 23. —The olllcial clos
ing quatatio v far stuok) wera as fol
lows :
Atchison 20' h U. P.O.* Gulf... ft-,'
Adams Bx 180 Northwestern 100\
Alton,Torre 11... 59 ! do pfd 140
do ntd. Nl, Central ...100'S
American En ...110 N, V. *N. Eng... 58
Bait, ii Ohio 8014 Ontario * West.. 17%
Can Pacific 58',, Oregon Imp Wj
Can. Southern... 52' 4 OregonNav 20
Central Paolflo... 17« OregonShortLtna
dies, it Ohio 18! a iSiNorthern 9
Chic. A Alton... .188 PscllicMail 28'^
<: n.,t o 88U Peoria Dec. A E. 4'„
Chicago Oaa 88H[Pittsburg 167H
Con. Gas 149., Pullman 17 t
c.c.c.itst. L... 42s Reading 10%
Col.Coal it iron . 4'j Richmond Ist...
Cotton Oil 22 do pld
Del. ,t Hudson: ,1813£ Rio G. Western... 17
Del. hack. W 108 | dopfd 41
D.4R G. pfd.... s'! Rock Island 78**
Distillers 20' St. Paul 70>,
East Tana dopfd 120
Erio 10'„ St. Pant A o 43
dopfd 27 : dopfd 122
FortWavus lt>7 .Southern PactHa 20
Gt. NortH'n pfd..123 Sugar Hennery... 10.V.,
C. *K. 111. ptd. ...100 Term. Coal oilrotl 84M
Hocking Valley.. '21% TexasPaoiflO 9*s
IllinoisCen 98', Tol ,t O.l.'en pfd. 70
St. Paul* Diiluta 28 tlnlouPaolitc 13' i
Kan. ,t Tex. pfd. Ol U. 8. Express 40
LakeKrlo * W... Wabash, St.LouM
dopfd 77', .tPaclllo 81'/
Lake Shore 150 do pfd 2i : 'j
Lead Trust Oil* IVolLs-Fargo Ex.101)
UN vo 1 ; Western Union.. Bl'A
U.t N. Albany... 8% WheeliugAl* E.. 14\
Manhattan C0n..107'.. do pfd 45
Memphis* Char. 15 * Minn. * St. L 2814
Michigan Cen ...100 1). it R. G 1554
Missouri Paoifto.. 34' i lien. Electric 00 :, |
Mohiie it 0hi0.... 22'.j Nut. I.inseed. ... 23
Nash, it Chut 70 iCol. Fuel it Irdn. 85%
Nat. Cord ige 7?„ do pid 85
do pld 14' i ll.it I'e.v, Cen... 2UJ
N. I. Central Ill', t'ol.,A.A. it Norta
Norfolk .t W pfd.. 18V Michigan lvj
North American,. 4,?. TOL, Bt. uit X.0.. 9
N. Pacilic 4'„ do pfd 17
dopfd 18.. American Tobno. 90 :, «
Eo. It. R ... ll'„ do pfd 100
doufd 88>j St. P.. M. * M ...115
Bond List
NEW YORK., Out. 21.— Tho following
aro the closiu.; quatatlotli for tin haul
list:
U 8 new 4s. reg... 12Hi Cen Pac lata, '95.104 <i
U S new 45,c0up..122 : Don vat *R G 75.. 117
U 80s, registered. 114' H di)4s 91' a
doßs, CO pon. ..I 15t2 RrlS seconds 70S-,
do 4S, re? lllg Q H it 8 A lis 105
do 4s, coup 11P» do 7s 101!*'
do2s, ret 07ti BA T Cent 5s ...11l
Paolfloßaof'9s.. 100 i do lis 105
Alabama class A. too IM IC T first 4s .... 88S4
do class II 109 I do second 45.. . til*
doclassC 100 Mut Union 05.... 114
doeurrenev 100 NJ C Geo 5s 119 IS
La Now Con 45... 98' 3 N Pacilic lata 117;S
Missouri Os 100 | do 2ds. 102JS
N Carolluaos 122 NorthweslCim.. .141^*
do4s I0*(< do S F deb ss. ..113
S Carolina N.fond 1 ROW lata 77
Term new set os.. 85 St Pant Con 75... 128
dobs 100 do Cdt P W 55..115U
do 0s at LA I -M Gen 5s 85
dooldtis 00 St LAS F Goads.. 108
Va Centuries Texas Pao Ists ... 6*%
dodolerred ti i do 2ds 23' j
Atchison 4s 80 U P lsts ol '00 109K
do 2d A 82 W«at Shore as ...106>j
Can South 2d5.... 108 jsa it itss 98;'.J
Govorr.raent; uotnis steady.
State bonds inactive,
liailroad bonds weak.
AAiai.i r S tarji
B.VN FiIANOISO), Oot. 23.—Official,
closing quotation, for mini ; ; suarai wo.'j
as follows:
Alta 17 Julia 01
Alpha Con OS Justice 04
Andes ~ 34 KeiiuiclE Con O.i
belcher..' 4.1 l.udy iVash'n Con.. 01
ltelle Uie Mexican 05
UestA BalOhOr. ... 84 Mono 09
liodio Cor. 31 Mt Diablo 15
Bullion 12 Navajo
BulwerCon Ofi Occidental Con 10
Caledonia. 10 Ophtr 145
Challenge Con 58|Overmau 12
Chollar , 45 I'otost 60
Conlidenco 155 Savage 51
Con Cal and Va ... 250 Scorpion OS
Con Imperial 02'iierra Nevada 91
ConNewVork O'jlsilvar Hill 02
OroWaPotnt.. 88 Silver King.
Exchaipier 112; Union Con 71
Gould it Curry 41 -CtahCoii 00
Grand Prize ji'ellOW Jacket 37
Uaio it SornmAs. .. 11 i\
An assessment of 5c a share has been
levied on Exchequer.
Boston Quotation,
Bo3rON\ Oat. 21—fas oUMtag quatA
tions wero:
Atchison ... Mexican 12J^
Bell Telephone...l 97', San Diego 3
Burlington 85i4;Oregu Short Line 9
nonsy Qu9tation,
NEW YORK, Oct. 23.—Money on call
easy at 2% per cent; last loan at 2
percent; olosed at 2 per cent.
Prime inet'cautiu papar, *@6}i per
cent.
Sterling exchange strong, with actual
business in banker*' bills nt M.88&
for demand aud $4.87Ki-*1.87,V wW 60
--day bills.
Postal rates, . anJ $4.3t>@
4.89^.
Commercial bills, »4.86j<;. ,
Silver certilicates, (H(gHt»%.
SAN FRAVOCSOJ. Oot. 23. —Sight
drafts on New York, 2%.
Telegraphic sc.
L0S0)1, On. li,!. — Ba:ii o; lia.'lial
discount rat?. 2 por cent.
Consols, 107% i.
Sllvs.- Bullion
SAN fa*-No£Bo3. 0.-.t. -23. — St'.var
bars, per ounce,
Mexican dollars. oot^ftSOl.
NEW YOltX, Oct 23.—SllMi bin dm
ounce, 86j£c
Mexican dollari. SB)SjS,
LONDON, Oit. 313. — B»t eilvj.- p3r
ounce, SI 1-10 I.
SVN P.t\NCISI/J MkßvfiTJ
Call i>j-l P.-l::> -Drain aiJ Pravlsloi .Ylnve.
msnts
S.VV FRANCISO. o,:t. 23.-Wheat—
ljuiet, December, 98'%c; May, $1.04%.
Barley—lnactivo; December, 63;; May,
t"^c.
Corn—sl.oo.
Bran—sl4.sD.
Flottr—Pa-nllT extras, 13.35ft3.45; bait
ers' extra), $j. i.3 <S ).2i; iuperUas, $133(3
2.00.
Wheat — No. 1 shipping, 97!<a per
cental: choice, milling, $1.00311.05
ucr coutal.
Barley —Feed. fair to good, (lie por
cental; choice, dl'.;c; brewing, 67J40700
Oats —I'rico unchanged. Milling 750850J
surprlss, 85300 c; fancy food, 76ft82W0;
good to choice, 05372!-£c; poor to fair,
00tft62)jo; black, $1.0031.30; gray- [email protected]
Tho receipts were.
Flour, quarter sacks 7,412
Oregon ",180
Wheat,centals 35 POO
liarlev, centals 1,1280
Oregon 2,000
Oats 300
Oregon HliO
Deans, sets 4,10(1
Potatoes, sacks :t,;iOl>
Oregon 1.70U
Onions, sacks 305
Ilran, sacks 1*47
Oregon 4,000
Mlddlint*, sacks 33
Hay, ton 3 KOII
Hops, bales 2i:i
Flaxseed, sacks 330
Wool, bales.... 227
Oregon 88
Raisins, boxes 2,460
Hides 307
Quicksilver, flasks 04
Wine, gallons 23.500
Sn F:ji:!j:i i*r»lu:s Mirkit
SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. 23.—Potatoes—
Burbanks, SOftSßo; Early Rose, 30335 c;
sweet potatoes, (p5c351,03.
Onions —35345 c per sack.
Butter-Fancy cretmery, 2232T5; sec
onds, 20321 c, fancy dairy, 19321 c;
good to Choice, 10318 c.
Oheeso—Fancy mild new, Oftta) com
mon to good, 505ilo;Yottng America,
637 c; Eastern, UOPiVgo; Wettern, 10311 c.
' Eggs—Ranch, 309350 per Uos; store,
lsaiVo.
Poultry—Turkey gobblers. 12313.', por
lb; hens, 11312 c; goese. pair, $1.5031-75;
goSlinVß, par pair, $1.2501.60; ducks,
$1.0005,50 per dozon for old an I
$4,00,®5.6J for young; hens. J5.6004.60;
roosters, young, gß.sthftt.o3 i>er do/.;
old, $1.0031.50 per dozen ; fryers. $.3,500
4.50 per dozon; broilers, $3.00(83.50 per
dozen fot large and J2.AOftS.OO fo: small;
pigeons. $1.0032.00.
Gu me—Nominal.
Middlings, $17.00310.50 per ton.
Ground and roiled btrloy, $13.0 [email protected];
oil cako rasal at tha mill, $25 pa.' ton;
cottonseed oil cakj, $21 par ton.
Hay—Wheat, $3.00012.00: wheat and
oat. $3.00010.50; barley. $0.0038.10; oat.
$7.OOao.OO: alfalfa, $5.5037.00; clover, $5.50
37.01; compressed, $0.50310.00; stork,
f5.0Jcg!5.50 ]ier ton.
Straw, 40 355J per hale.
Hrult rtark;:
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23.—Orchard
fruits and borrias sold today at tha fol
lowing prices-.
Plumt—SOftßOo.
Applea—Grjen, 233100 per box; red, 40
@7oc per box.
Pears—soc3sl 00 per box.
Raspberries—s3.oo34.oo per chest.
Huckleberries—s4.oo3s.oo.
btrawberries — Longworths. [email protected]
per chost; common, $2.0034.00.
Figs—2o34oc.
Grapes—l737sc.
Watermelons—s3.ooo6.o3 per 100.
Cantaloupes—7sc3sl. 15.
California lemons—Common, $2.0032.5.1
per box; good to choice, $4.5035.00.
Limes—Mexican. $5.0035.50 per box.
Bananas—sl.2s32.so por bunch.
Pineapples—J2.OJft4.OJ per dozon.
Vegetable Market
SAN FRA.NOI3OO, Oot. 23.—Vegetable
quotations follow:
Green com—oo(33sc.
String beans—
Summer squash. 4 )@s3u per box.
Tomatoes —25(0360 per box.
Egg p1ant—26(3403.
Cucumbers—2.h33jc por box.
Peppers—Green, 30335j; drio.l, 12(31.30.
OKra—Bo(3soo per lb.
Cabbago—o337oc per contal.
Carrots —50c.
Garlic— 2%<S)&a pur lb.
Cauliflower—s3(3oDc.
lieets— sic.
Parsnips—soc.
Green peas—2(33c.
Turnips—soc.
CHICAGO MARKET
The Day's Transactions on the Ghlcaga Board
of Trade
CHICAGO, Oot. 23. —Wheat dull, but
mnintaind a firm undertone and aver
aged slightly higher than it closed last
night. It kept within *a V6ry narrow
rang.', however. Cables showed a fair
amount of firmness abroad and there was
some export demand at tiie soauoard.
Another thing which helped tlio market
was the strength in corn. The deliveries
in the northwest wore also smaller. Even
wirli tne extreme dullness in trado these
conditions served to keep the market
turn, especially ns there was very little
Helling pressure. December sold early
at OO'/.!. gradually up to (ii)Jf, when it
eased off and closed at 110^,'.
Corn showed decided strength In the
pear months. October closed at 31 1-8 and
May 'JU)i.
Oats were rather firm, May closing at
20 5-8.
in provisions pork gained from V2}i to
15 cents per barrel; lard, 7Ji and ribs 6
cents.
Lfailing futures ranged as follows:'
Wheat. No. 2—
October 59i{tis59 : !u
December. BO\®oO%
Hay ih%'&64}4
Corn No. 2—
October 31V4
November2l* rm
December 28V4
May 28-;V92»!<
Oats No. 2—
October 18'^
December Is 1 ..
M«y 20>»
Cash quotations wera as follows:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.00:33.53; win
ter straights, $2.85-31.25; spring patents,
$3.1533.50; spring str lights, $2.b33i.0J;
bakers', $1.00(32.30.
Wheat—No. 2 spring. No. 3
spring, 50(969J^0| No. 2 red, 59X(303c.
Corn—No. 2', 31 '/,@Sl%c.
Oats—No. 2, t8&o; No. 2 white, SOWo;
No. 3 white, 18(313%c.
Kye—No. 2, 88t,®890.
Barley—No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 24(3
23c: No. 4, 2b(331c.
Flax seed—93c.
Timothy seed—Prime, $3.50.
Mess pork—Per barrel, $8.
Lard—Per 103 lbs, $5.55C30.57.'».
Short rtbs—Sidoi, loosu, $4.70(34.75.
Dry salted shoulders—Boxed, $5.37^(3
(3 5.50.
Short clear sides, b0xed—55.25(35.50.
Whisky—Distillers' finished goods per
gallon—sl.22.
On tho produce exchange today tha but
ter market was ateady; creamery, 9(3
20o; dairy, 9^(318c.
Eggs were steady at 14;.((317 c.
Tbe receipts ant stttnmintl wara:
Artiolos. Roe.elpts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 12,000 15,000
Wheat, bushels 350,000 17.00 )
Corn, bushels 3(!7,00i> 383,000
Oats,bushjls 604,000 481,001)
Kye, bushels 41,000 11,000
Barley, busnels 154,000 25,000
Chl:aia Live Mock Market
CHICAGO. Oot. 23 —Cattle—Common i
to native steers. $3.40®5.30; cows.
$-18593.75; bulls, $1.7533.75; calves. $4.00
<iSO 35; stoeHers and feeders. $2.0533.00.
Hogs—Heavy, $3.70ft5.80; lights, $3.56
33.05; raided, J3.50ft5.65; pigs, $2,003
B, 75.
Sheep—Ctimir.on to goal natives, JI.OO
((3)3.40; lamps, W.OJjf4.jo; westerns, 52.70
If 8.00.
Receipts-Cattle, 10.00); calves, 050;
hogs, 35, 00U: sheep. 14,0JJ.
LOCAL BtN< CLE\RI.N3-
LOS ANGELES, Ojt. 23.
FolHving are thi Lit Angjlai bank
clearing) for the current weeki
r»av. ,- Kxihatiidi. Balances.
Monday 8231,419,82 934 570.85
Tuesday 107.750.40 39.83t.3d
Wednesday 171,150.11 21,853.03
The VVO3I Trade
BOSTON, Oct. 2.3.—The American Wool
and Cotton Reporter will say tomorrow:
Tuere has been a fair bUSInSSI done the
past week in wool at previous prices. In
some lines (docks have been pretty well
cul into, and bad there teen a better se
lection it is likely that a large business
would have been done, Territotial wools ]
have sold well, Montana, Idaho, Colors - j
do and New Mexico being well represent
ed in transactions. Sales in New York,
Boston and Philadelphia aggregate 8,570,
--963 pounds, of which 4.520,000 pounds
were domestic and 4,050,500 foreign, as
compared with a total of 9,982,500 pounds
for the previous week. Thero was a lull
in Ihe market ami a WaitJnQ di3position
is clearly apparent. 'The market at pres
ent is a watting one. Territorial and cer
tain California wools have 011 the wholo
been the best sellers. Th°re is BO par
ticular demand lor anything below a
throe-eighths grade of any irort of wool.
Fleeces have sold fairly well. Somo good
Mocks of Australian have been moved.
Cape wools have sold well. Caipet wools
are slow and feattireles.
1.-Mi on Stock rtarket
NEW YORK, Oct. 38.—The Evening
Post's London cablegram eayj:
There have been panicky markets all
day on a further slump in mines, insti
gated by heavy forced sales in l'aris,
Where the trouble baa been serious. A
laree bull account was closed there today,
and tbe fall in mines has ranged up to
over 50 per cent. Tonight it looks as if
tho turn ban come. 1 underslad on good
authority that the Rothschi'ds have con:e
to the rescue in Paris, and a large block
of De Beers shares hanging over tbo mar
ket, it is said, will he taaen up by them.
No one expects an immediate renewal of
the boom in mining, but tbe belief ia
general that the worst is over. Further
failures hero and in Paris arc. probable.
Americans were dull, closing near the 1
lowest.
Fruit Sales
CHICAGO, Oat. 23.— California fruit
was sold at tniotion today, the following
prices b9lng realize 1:
Pears—sl.so((?2.o9.
Gr„pes—sl.lo32.3o.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2.3. —California fruit
sold at auction today realized tha follow
ing prices:
Grapes—sl.lo(22.so.
Petroleum
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. — Petroleum —
Steady; closed at J1.28K-
We Want
To Tell You
We Sell Crockery
And Sell 111 Awful Cheap
Crystal Glut Table Tumblers, each ....— He
Crystal tlln*» Water tioblets, eaeli 5e
t rysial (ila<s Wa'er Set ol H pieces 500
Tea t ups ami Saucers, dainty decorations-,
12 pieces ... 55c
Tea Uups unit Saucers real beauties, each. £50
I Pretty Decoriiicd Ten Fltitc>-, set ot 0 37'^'
Painty De orated BreaUinsl ■ tates, nrsct. 4;>c
Crystal (iiass Butter Dish, each 10c
Crystal <ilass Sm-ar iioui, each 10c
crystal Glass salad Dish, eaun 10c
Dinner e'et, beautifully decora cd serfli
porcelain, 100 pieces, roic plete tor 12
persona. - $8 75
DijiierSel. lot) pieces, gold illuminat
ed, a perfect gem $12 50
Dinner Set, pure white semi"porcelain,
i 00 pieces, complete forO persons $4 75
Cuspidors, majolica decorations,
each 20c end 30c
M left IMlng leo Go 's
133 North nain St. ( . os AN OFLF:S
.151 South Sprinir. | L " s ainuulbj
Headquarters, 52-58 Marke* street, P. F.
A BICi SAVING FOX HOUBEKEEPBBB
LOS ANGELES
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ANALYTICAL CHEITISTS AND ASSAVERS
WADE & WADE, 108 V, Commercial st
A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW
tV. H. SHINN, 205-208 Wilson Mk., Spring It,
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS
| STEINEN A KIRCHNER, 180 N. Main st.
JOSEPH JAEGIiR. 452 S Main, bet 2d and 3d.
BICYCLES
"KEATING," Hawlcy, King* Co., 210 N.Maio
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS
i FOWLKR £ coI.WELL. lir> w. second at
BRASS WORK.
I PACIFIC BRASS WORKS, Up. Main, cor. Afflai
BOOTS AND SHOES
H. C. 352 B. Spring st.
CHIROPODIST
Dr. Za*«tan, diseases of the feet 253 8 Spring,
CROCKERY
' PAC. CROCKERY & TIN Yo., 223 N. L. A. Si
CAST-OFP CLOTHING
: B. GREENG iRT, buy and sail, 107 Commercla
| M. LEVY pays higiieM prices, 131 E. First rt.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
j BOTTS & PHELPS. 3:10 S. Main. Tel. 1278,
CARRIAGE WORKS
THE TABOR CAR'GE WORKS, 187 W, Filth St.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS, IRRIGATION
GRAY BROS. A> "VARD.I2S N. B'way. Tel. 238.
DRUGGISTS-WHOLESALE
P, W. BRAUN A: CO.. 40 -407 N. (taint tel. 004
DENTISTS
L. D. &WARTOUT, 211 W. First ft. Tel. 1058
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
I.ntiwir. .t WAONKR. Mott Market, leu 55a
GROCERS—WHOLES ALE
Haas, BARUOH 4 CO., 820 to 326 N. L. A. at,
HORSE SHOERS
J. GOODWIN it Spoyner, 325 8. Los Angiles st.
LAW, COLLECTIONS, MERCANTILE REPT9
STANDARD COLLECTION A MERCANTILE
CO., (inc. I $.00,000, 211-212 Stimson, A. C
Urodcrson, ati'v.
HOTEL BROKERS
ASSOCIATED HO TEL IN VEI.ITMIi.NT BUREAU,
102 S. Broadway; buy, sell aud lease.
HOTELS
ABBOTSFORD INN, cor Bth A Hope. Tel. 1178
HARNESS MANUFACTURER
OTTO RUF, 323 S. Main. New Timivereln halL
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS' ALLIANCE OF CAL . 118 Court at.
LIVERY STABLES
CALIFORNIA STA BLES. 373 N, Main St. 'el 48
MANTELS,TILES AND HARDWOOD LUfIBER
HENRY BOIIK.MANN.SI4 S. Spring at, Tcl.7tfß
PHYSICIAN
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl dg, Rm. 21S. Tel. 73.
RESTAURANT
COSMOPOLITAN r 219-221 W. Second st
REAL ESTATE
NORTON ft KENNEDY, TJf S. flrdwy; tel «82
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. ft MOHENO, 220 Aliso St.
SEWING (MACHINE REPAIRING
it. V. BILLINGS, 8. Sprlnu st Tel. 1318
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
CHAS. W. ADAMS, 338 N Main. Tel. 1347.
WATCHTIAKER AND OPTICIAN
O. BTOESAK. 511 s. spring st. bet. 3th and3th
WINES AND SPIRITS.
C. ft A. LAST, 12!) ant 131 N. Main st,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
E FLKUR, 404-100 N L. A St. Sol 221.
STORAGE
PACIFIC WAREHOUSE. 801 and 803 E. First
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
COCNsTABLK A COOTTB, J5« N. Los Allgeles
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBAL/TERS
BOOTH & ROW, 256 SI Main St. Tel. 1349.
UPHOLSTERING AND CARPET CLEANING
JAMLS F. ALLEN, 613 South Spring street.
PHOTOGRAPH—LANDSCAPE
ft H. MAUDE A. CO,. 211 W. First at
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IN EFFECT OST. 21. 1595.
Los Angeles depots: East end First street and
Downey-avenue bridges.
Leave Los Aruielei for Leave Pasadena lor
j'asadoua. Loa Angeles.
H 7:10 am B BTO am
c 9:loam c 8:00 am
A 7 :55 am A 10:25 am
a 11:00.am a 12:05 pra
a 2:00 pra a :i:2opra
a 4:45pm... a B:o6pm
liownev-avenueleav. t me / minutes later
Between Los Angeles and Pasadena—Round
trip 25 cents.
Leave Los Angeles for I Leave A Itadona Innc-
AUudcna Junction. ■ tion for I.os Aucelei.
a 9:loam a 10:10 am
0 2:00 pm c 8100 rra
A 4:lspm » — [ a 5:40 pm
All trains start from Ff rst-street denoi.
Leave lx>s Angeles lor Leaveiileudalo lor Lo
Glendale. Angeles.
n7 :05 am b 7 :57 nm
l' 8:20 am 00 12 am
a 12:35 pm ! a 1:27 pm
a 5:20 pm ..A 6:12 pm
Leave Los Angeles lorlLeave liast .--ail l'etiro
Lony lleach and East for
Ban l'cdro. Los Angeles.
a 9:01 pm I a 7:20 am
A 1.05 pm llOlSOam
A 5:00 pm I aM:4S pm
Between EastSau l'cdro and Long Beach 10
minutes.
RUBIO CANYON AN ECHO MOUNTAIN.
Trains leave Los Angelas dally at9:loa.m. ;
c 2 KM) p.m.. and 4:15 p.ra.
Fine pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery
Telescope and search light.
CATALINA ISLAND
The Terminal railway train at 1:95 p.m.,,
daily except Sunday, makes close connection
witli steamer for C.talma. Returning arrives
at Los Angeles 11:35 a.m.
a Daily, b Daily excapt Sundays, a San
davsonly. n Saturdays only.
Stages meet the 7 :10a.m train at Pasadena
for Mt. Wllion on new trail
Passengers leavint? Los Angeles oi the 7:10
i a.m. train lor Mt. Wilson can return sarao day.
i Hpeuial rates toexenrsions aud picnic parties,
| Depots east ena of First street ar.d Downey
i avenue bridges.
' City ticket oilice, Grcenowald's cigar star,
corner Second and Spring streets.
General offices, Firit-ltreet depot.
T. B. BURNETT, General Manager.
W. WINCUP, Gun. Passenger Agt.
CO.
Goodall. Perkins & Co.. General Agerts, San
Francisco. a _ -
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland.
Ore., Victoria, 8.C., and Puget Sound, Alaska
and all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR OCTOBER, 1893.
LF.AVB SAN FRANCISCO. .
For—
Port Harford S, a Corona, Oct. 6, 14. 22,
Santa Barbara i 30; Nov. 7,
Redondo _
Port Loa Angelea... 8. 8. Santa Rosa, Oct. 2,
Newport 10, 18, 20; Nov. 3.
San Diego. I
For— ~ 18. 8. B'.. Paul, Oct 4, 12,
East Son l'cdro .. : 20,28; Nov. 5.
Kan Pedro and wayiS. 8 Eureka, Oct. 8, 16,
ports | 24: Nov. 1.
' LBAVB POST LOS ANUKLEW ANO REDONEO.
jS. 8. Santa Rosa, Oct. 4.
For- IV, 20. 28: Nov. 5.
San Die;o S. S. Corona, Oct. 8, 16, 24,
I I Nov. 1.
! For— IS. 8. Santa Rosa, Oct. 0,
fan Francisco I 14, 2-, 00; Nov. 7.
! Port Harford ... S. s. Corona, Oct. 2, 10,
Santa Barbara. . .| I*. 20; Nov. 8.
LEAVE SAX PEIIRII AND EAST SAN rSPI'.O.
For— IS. 67 Eureka, Oct. 3, 11,
San Frnne;sco and; 19,27; Nov. 4.
. wav ports IS. X 8'- Paul, Oct. 7, 15.
20, SI: Nov. 8.
i ~Tars to uounect with steamers via .-ran Pedro,
; leave 8. I. R. R. (Arcade Depot) at 5 p. m., and
! Terminal R. R depot at 5:15 p. m.
< Cara to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
j depot at 10 a. in., or from Redondo Railway
depot at 0 a. m.
cars to connect via Tort Los Angeles leave
, 8. P. It. R. depot at 1:10 p. m. for steamers
| norlh bound.
Plans oi steamerc' cabins at agent's office,
] where berths may bo secured.
The company reserves the right to change
tbe steamers or their d»ys oi sailing.
For pnssaie or freight as above or for ticket!
to and from all important points in Europe,
apply to W. PARRIS, Agem.
; Office: 123.$ W. Third St., Los Angelea,,
! ~
Redondo Railway
DEPOT: Grand aye. and Jefferson st.
In effect sa.uL Thursday, Sept. 2P, 1393.
Leave l.os Angeles I.enve Redondo for
for Redondo. LO3 Ai:gcled.
8:10 a.m. frunday only Sunday only
] 9:05 a.m. daily 7 ::i0 a.ru. daily
p.m. dauy 10:4: i a.m. daily
5 :15 p. in. dally j 4 :M0 p.m. cuily
For passoncer and freight rates apply at
depot, corner Grand avenue- and Jeiferson
street. 'Phone, Webt 1.
L. T. GARNSEY\ President,
J. :i .SU'ITON. yuperinieudenU
SUTTON & CO.'S
WSPBTCB LINE FOB PORT LOS SKGHES
j Direct, taking frefght for all Southern Call
j fornia points The fast Al clipper ship
« CHAS. E. MOODY,"
Leonard, master, is now lon ding at
pier 19, Kast River. Now York, about October
Ist for Port Los Angeles, and will have tne
! usual prompt dispatch of this line.
For rato of freight, etc. apply to SUTTON &
CO., 82 South St., N. V., or to SUTTON &
RELBE, 308 Market st., San Francisco. Cal.
DR. WONG HIM, who bas practiced mo»
cine in Los Angeles for 20 ycara, an 4
whose office is at 639 Upper Main "strsct, will
treat by medicine all diseases of women, mea
j and children. The doctor claims tint he ha*
i r medics that ar" superior to all others as •
; specific for troubles of women and men. A
j trial alone will convince the sick ihat Dr.
j AVong Hi ra's remedies arc more efhcaelous thai
Can be prescribed, Dr Wong Him is a Chinese
| physician of prominence and a cientleman oi
i responsibility. His reputation is more tha*
: well established, and all persons needing hit
services can rely on hi* "till and ability. A
, cure is Kuarantod in every case In which a ra>
| covcry is possible. Herb medicines for sale.
I DR. WONG Mim
HERB DOCTOR,
: 639 Upper Main Street, Los Angebj,
I ; '
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t.y expreas. prepaid, for
mt Circular ««nt ..n rMtiiMt.
LINES OF TRAVEL
Limited
Season of 1895-r6,
WILL RUN
TInZICE T\ WEEK
BETWEEN
; son Francisco, los Angeles M New MC
OVER THE GREAT
SUNSET ROUTB
Leaving San Francisco
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Los Angeles,
Wednesdays and Sundays
First Trip From Los Angeies,
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1891
The most complete, modern, eles/aritlv
equipped and perfjolly arranged Yeatibnled
Transcontinental Train in America, New
eipiipnteut, especially designed and built ijt
this service.
Direct connections in New Orleans for oil
Eastern points. Quick time,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
TIMS TABLE —OCT. T . 1898. ~ ,
Leave lor | DESTINA.iON Ar. from
2:00 pm |s. Fran. .Sacramento) 7 :30 am
8:15 pm (and East, via 1:48 pm
8:1.5pm! Port'and, Or I:4Bpm
2:20 pm El Paso and East 1:00 pm
«:00am ..l Riverside, f.. o:ssam
9:15 am .! Kedlind". j. I.oopm
2:30 pm| . / San Hernardino 1.. 4:50 pm
4:4r>pm'..J and Colton U- l>:3o'pm,
8:"0 am; j f 8 45 am
9:15 am I o:s* am
:3o pin > Pomona s" 1:00 pm
4:45 pm I and I 4:50 pm
5:25 t>m I j Ontario I 6:30 pm
8:00 am; Chino 8:45« m
4:45 pm " ... 9:55 am .
5:25 pm " ti:3opni
8:00 km 1 Covins. 8:46 am •
5:25 pmi '• 4:50 pm . .
8:45 am Monrovia 11:18 in
R2 :25 pm " 81:28 pm
s:lfi pm " 4:20 pm
8:10 am Santa Barbara 1:4« pm
2:00 pm " 10:10 pm
•,mm> m» > Santa Ana - 9:02 am
e2:00 pm > and ? al:17 pm.
s:lopm J Anaheim t s:2opm
9:sAam i Whittier r 8:10 am
82:00pm > and J Bl :17 pm
slopm ...) Fulton Wells ( r>:2opm
D:lopm Tustin 9:02 am
9:15 am ) Long Beach i 8:21 am
100pm ....> and 11:15 am
o:ospm ....5 San Pedro (.... 4:22pm,
0:05 am Santa Monloa 7:Boam
" 8 50 am
ii6:Ooain " 12:12 pm
■ .... '• i4:oopm
' 1:10 pm " t*:?0 pm.
8:15 pm " 5:15 pm.
0:15 pm.... " M'ttt
9:osnm .. .Soldiers' H0me..... 12:12pm
(i:l5 pm " 8:15 pm
9 o."> am ... Port Los Angelea.... 12:12 pm
1 :10am .... " .... 6:15 pm
a 8 :30 am ....Chatiwnrth Park... s5:00 pm
chatatvoTth Park—Leave from and arrive at
River Station, San Fernando street, only.
sSunanys excepted, a Sundays only, t Sat
urday only. ] Saturday and Sunday.
THE IN3IDF. TRACK.
AllB. P. Co.'c trains stop at First street (ex
cept the lour San Francisco trains) and Com
mercial street (except ihe B:laSan Francisco
evening train), in the busineas center of the,
city, laving time and street car faiei to pas
sengers. „ .
SANTA CATALINA IBLAt<»
Connectiflg with Wilmington Trai.aportatioa
Company's ocean excursion sieamera;
Leave' Arcade depot 9:15 a.m. Tuesday and
Fridayand arrive from 11:15 a.m. Wednea* ■
day and Saturday. ■
"i iSeneial Passenger Office, 229 H. Sprias at. • •
SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
i RAILWAY
nßjiauSwtf'ffft Trains leave and arrive at
La Grande Station
Trains \ ;a Pasadena ar-
rive Downey-ave. station 7
/■ minutes earlier westbound
and leave 7 minutes later
The Orand Canyon of the Colorado
la reached In no other way.
CHICAGO~LIMITED. "
Through to Denver, Kansas City, Chioefa, M,
Louii and East.
I.eaves 5:00 pm. Ariives 9:50 am.
OVERLAND EXPRESS.
Through to Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, wm
Louis and East ,
Leavei7:oo am. Arrives 0:30 pm.
SAN DIEGO~TRAINB
Leave 8:15 am; 4:25 pm.
Arrive 1:20 pm; 6:45 [im.
SAN BERNARDINO, RED LANDS AND HIGH
LANDS LOOP.
P—Leave 7:ooam 9:00 am; 4:45pm, 6:oopsa,
O—Leave all:15 am: 4:25 pm.
p— Arrive 9:50 am, 9:55 am; a 1:00 pm, 6:30
pm.
O—Arrive 10:15 amj cC :45 pm.
RIVERSIDK AND COLTON TRAINS, ""'
: P—L aye 7:00 am, 9:00 am; 4:45 pro.
O— Leave all lift am; 4:25 pm.
P-Arrive al :00 pm; 6:30 pm.
i O—Arrive 10:15 am; 0:45 pm.
| MONROVIA Ai£USA~AND INTERMEDIATE'
: Leave 9:00 am ; 1:35 pm, 3.00 pm, &5 :30 pia,
0:50 pm aao:l3 pm.
] Arrive a 7 :35 am. 8:55 am, 9:50 am; r.l:oopm,
3:55 psa, « :S0 pm.
PASADENA TRAINS. "
Leave 7:00 em. 9:00 am; 1:35 pm, 4:45 pm,
5:00 pm, as:3opm, aO .50 pm, aa6:ls jm.
Arrive a 7:35 am, 8:55 am, 9:50 am, 9:55
an- al:O0 pm. 3:55 pm. 6:30 p.m.
ANAHEIM AND fANTA ANA TRAINS
Leave 8:15 am; a 2:00 pm, 4:25 pra.
Arrive M :48 am ; 1:20 pm. ti :45 pra.
RtSDONCO BEaTjBTTRAI'nS """""'
Leave OjOO am, 10:U0am; 1:20 pm, 5:25 pm.|
Arrive 8:29 am, 11:50 am; 4:40 pro, 6:10 pm|
AND ocean park trains
leave 9:00 am, 10:00 am; 1:20 pm, 5:25 pm|'
Arrive B:2n am. 11:30 am: 4:40 nm. a ilO naaa
" BAN JACINTO AND TEMEOULA TKAINB
P—Leavo a 9:00 am. o—a 11:15 am
P—Arrive al :00 pm. • ■
FAI.LUROOK TKAI.4S
Leave a 8 :15 am. Arrive aO :45 pro,
KSCONDIPO TRAINS
' Leave a 8 ilO am; aae4 .25 pm.
I Arrive a 1:20; aaai! :45 pm.
P-vla Pasadena! - 6—via Orange; C—dally
; except Sunday from Highland Loop; D—Sun
day only from Highland Loop; a—dally ex.
I cent Sunday; aa -Sunday only; eaa—Saturday
only; all other trains da'.ly. ,
For rates sleeping-car reservations, etc., aaM
i on or address E. W. MeGEK,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. 129 North
Spring street aud La Grande station.
FRENCH LINE TO HAVRX.
COMPANY'S PIKR (NEW) NO. 43 NORTH
river, foot of Morton st.. New York.
Travelers by this line avoid both travel b|
English railway and the discomfort of urouiaif
tbe channel in a small boat.
La Bourgogne, August 3.
La Touraine, August 10.
La Normandie, August 17.
LaGascogne, August 24.
La Champagne, August 3L
La Rourgogne, September?.
La Touraine, September 14.
La Gascogue, September 3U
La Champagne, September 2ft
La Bourgogne, October 5.
La Touraine, October 12.
Jjt Uascogne, October 19.
La Champagne. October 26
La Bourgogne, November &
La Touraine, Novembers.
New Vorii to Alexandria, Erypt, via Parity
f rat claaa. 9160; second data, «)lla
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 2 Bowling Greon. is'ew York,
3. F. FUGAZI £ CO , agents. 5 Mo or go men
Aye., Ban Francisco. Tickets nru for sale hfm
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