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COMMERCIAL CONDITIONS
As Reported by the Most Ex
pert Observers
OCTOBER TRADE IS HEAVY
There Is Little Increase in the Exports
of Cotton
noteworthy Features Are the Revival ot
Demand for Pig Iron and Upward
Tendency of Cereals
NEW YOItK, Oct 25,-Bradstrse','s will
tomorrow say: Ths volume of general
trade for two weeks has hardly reached
•xpectations and now assumes the char
acter of between sessons.
Wholesale dealers in seasonable staples
such as dry goods, clat ing, hats and
shoes, report only a fairly active business,
exceptions being at such placos as New
York, Baltimore, Chicago, Kansas City
and Duluth.
A nolewoithy feature of the week is the
revival in demand for pig iron, the up
ward tendncy in quotations of leading
cereals and the liquidation in the cotton
ma rket.
Exports of wheat fllour included as
wheat) from both coasts of the United
States this week tdus shipments from
Montreal, show an increase over the total
of lest week of about 260.0C0 bushels, d is
to exports from tbe Pacilic coast. The
total this week in 2,208,000, but in the
week a year ago it was 8,853,000 bushels;
t*o years ago 11,320,0ut) bushels and in
the like week tn 1892 it was 4,078,000
busnels.
Bradstiest's review of the stock ma-ket
will say:
After continued dullness witb a droop
ing tendency, the market Wednesday and
Thursday last experienced a decline, ac
companied, hy more or less liquidation of
sntcUlstlve holdings. The immediate
cause was renewed strength in exchange
and the consequent fear that gold ship
ments would ensue. This apprehension
Wfcs removed by the weakness of the ex
change market Thursday and Friday and
there was a slight recovery in prices with
toe assurance of a better speculative
trend. Tne improvement, however,
seemed due entirely to the covering ot
short contracts by professional operators
and signs ot any publio interest whatever
are lacking.
Dun & Co's Review
NEW YORK, Oct. 25. —R. G. Dun it
Co.'s weekly review of trade will say to
morrow:
Ten days ago gold exports seemed very
lieat. But tho break in cotton which
then began ripened on Monday into a col
lapse sufficient to justify hope of a free
movement. Hides have also decreased
sharply, leather is weaker and the adjust
ment of prices 10 real instead of imagin
ary conditions progressed rnp'dly. Money
markets cause remarkably little trouble.
Cooler weather has generally helped retail
trade and with increased consumption by
tbe millions, the way will be clear for
better business. Alraady payments
through clearing houses closely approach
fur October those of the best year In his
tory, although rellecling in part past
transactions, and new orders are still
much neided by the treat Industries.
tCotton exports Improve but little be
cause foreign stocks are so large and
tbe loner prices give more confidence to
mills whicn feared to purchase and man
ufacture when tht- decline was expected,
Wheat has tiso.-i 3 cents for the week-,
although western receipts are 7,077,000
bushels for the week against 605,790 last
year, continue unusually large and Atlan
tic exports including Hour, 1,867,000 last
year and lor lour weeks, 5,573,572 against
9,015.055 bushels last year,showing plain
ly a slack demand from abroad. Nobody
can give a reason for higher oorn, and
pork declines 25 cents, lard a sixteenth
and hogs 10 cents per hundred.
Bessemer pig a ivaiiOed, but finished
products on the whole declined as much,
other pig not rising. Whnher tin nlates
will take 30), DUO.OOO pounds of steel tbis
year,as the latest official report indicates,
will depend on prioea and sales of coke
below tbe latest established prices.
Failu:es tbis week are 231 in the Unit
ed States anainst 231 last year and 31 in
Canada against 52 last year.
LOCAL PROOUCB
Wholesale and Retail Qjatatlons Corrected
Dally
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 25.
Supplies of seasonable produce arc full
and steady and prices well maintained.
Eggs are weaker and dairy products a
little stifler. Walnuts arc generally bar
vested and sold, and the buyers aro out
n tbe country gathering up the rem
nants of tbe crop.
Quota.ions follow:
Eggs—Choice California, 28c; eastern,
21c.
Butter—Creamery, fancy. 2-lb squares,
47X3500, 28-oz squares, .8->3-37!£c; coast
creamery. 28-oz -quart's, WJjjflMOo. Dairy,
fancy 2-lb squares, 35w.37'-£c; 2S-oz
squares, 27X3800; pickled, ,80c.
Green Fruits—Grapes, Black Ham
burg and Muscat, 50(3600 per crate;
Concord, 75c; pears, (150 per box: rasp
berries, 12c ber box; strawberries, B(<T,:ic;
plums, 76c311.00| figs, .'Jc per lb.
apples, $1,2531.50; peaches, 05c per box :
blackberries, 8c per box; pineapples,
$3.00(84.00 per dozen; bananas, $2,253
2.75 per bunch; watermelons, 50305 c per
doz; cantaloupes, 50c per doz.
Vegetables—Snest potatoes, 85c; green
corn, 75c per sack; cucuratore, -10c per
box; tomatoes, 500 per box; beets, 75c
ocr 100 lbs; cabbages, 55c; carri-is, 75c;
green onions, 20c per d zen; lettuce, 123
15c per iloz bunches; onions, new white,
50c; yellow. 003600; turnips, 75c; string
beans, 3X&40; summer squitsh, 35c per
box; green peppers, 3,<?lc per lb; arti
chokes, 500 per doz; beans, lima, $5.50;
navy, $2.00; pink, $1.5031.75.
Potatoes—Local, 50375 c; northern, 00c,
$1.0031.10; Salinas, $1.0331.10.
Poultry—Hens, per uoz., $4.2534.75;
young roosters, $4.0034,75; old roosters.
$4.00; broilers, $2.7533.00; ducks, $4,603
fi.so; turkeys, live, 11312 c per lb; geese,
75c351.00 per head.
Millstone— Flour, Los Angeles, $3.00;
Stockton brands, $8.55; Oregon, $3.02;
bran, per ton, local, $15.0; northern,
$15.50; abort', per lon, local, $17.1)0;
northern, $16.00; rolled harley, per lon
$12.00; cracKed corn, per cwt.. $1.05; feed
meal, per owl.. $1.10.
Provisions- Hams, Rex per lb, UWo;
picnic, 6XO| boneless, Do.
Bacon-Per Id., Rex breakfast, lie;
light meoium, BUc; medium, ~v.c.
Dried beef—Per lb., sets, 10c; Inside*.
llJic
Dry salt pork—Per lb., clear btdlies,
short clear, ciear backs, 6K O .
Pickled pork—Per naif bbl., 80 lbs., $8.
Lard—Per lb., ivory compound, tierces,
G}£c; rexoline, biiO\ pure leaf, 6%.
Cottolene—Bc.
Grain and hay—Barley, per cental,feed,
00c; aeed, 60c. Corn—Per cental, $1,03,
Wheat—Per cental. $1.05. Hay—Per ton,
A Hal ia, $8.003$0.50; barley, $7.0035!».0t>;
wheat, $'j.u03510.00; tamo oats, $0,503
$10.00.
Ciirus Fruits —Lemons—Uncurod, $1.40
«$1.60; cured, $2.503 $3.00. Oranges—Per
kox, fanoy seedlings, $1.00; choice, 80c;
■tandnrd, 65c.
Dried Fruits—Apples—Sun dried,sacks,
«*»r 10., 435 c; boxes, 637 c; evaporated
fancy 7(27; -c; Apricots—Fancy, BWC;
cnoice Be. Peaches—Fancy unpeeled 3c;
bleached, 4c. Nectarines—Fancy, 8(29c;
choice, 6s7c. Pears—Fancy evaporated,
7«?9c. Plums—Pitted choice, Teriic.
Prunes—Choi:e boxed,4(2sc; saoks, 2(23c:
fancy, 6c.
Live stock—Hogs—Per cwt. $6. Beef
cattle, Avjtir. Mutton, per lb. Veal,
5W(970 per lb-
Fresh Meats—Butchers' prices for
whole carcasses: Beef— sir?7c per lb. Veal
—4<26c. Mutton--tKWMe. Pork—sl
-(27c.
Nuts—Walnuts—Los Angeles. 0c; medi
um soft, S'a)S'„o; soft, shell Los Nielos
fancy, 11®12c." Almonds—Soft shell, 11(2
120 ; "paper shell. 13c; hard shell, 6c. Pe
cans- filberts, I0(fl!12),c.
Honey and" Beeswax—Honey—Comb,
per lb; strained, 3){(2<lc. Bees
wax. [email protected] per lb.
Hides and Wool—Hides as thoy run-
Dry, 14)40; kips, lie; dry calf, 15c; bulls
and stairs, Be. Sheep pelts—Weak. Wool,
Nominally, 2WQOQ,
Cheese—California, full cream flats,
11'/jC; young America 12'Ic; hand, l.lj^c;
half cream flati,7c; voting America, 7'jc;
j'c. Eastern—Chedders and twins,
13(('{U '• Imported—Swiss, 25c: Mm bur
ger, 140150; bouk, [email protected]; Westphalia,
20c; Roquefort, 42|. 2 'c.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Friday, Oct. 25, 1895.
William S. Bryant to John W. Bryant—
Lot 17. block X, Glussell's subdivision
No. 2 of lots 3, eto 6-189; $150.
.Samuel and Martha A. Allison to
Charles P. Post— BU o! NWX of
secti .n 9, 1 S, 3 W; V2OOO.
Annie M. Sproiu tn L'hnuncey E. Car
penter—Lots 9 unu 10, bluck 8, Norwnlk,
3-432; $250.
K. 0. and Hannah V. Livingston to W.
V. Ilecker—Land in section 28, 8 N, 15
W. ; $220.20.
1. H. Preston, trustee, to S. A. W. Car
ver—Lots 1 to 25, block s,Highland View
tract; $16W.
Lizzie and H. M. Walker lo Candace
Parsoiiß—Lot 3, Dnlv tract; (600,
Mi s. Candace and" Arthur M. Parsons
to Oscar Lav lor—Lot it, Daly tract; $ 50.
Abraham Jacobv and Joseph May to A.
C. Hillickc—Lots 26 lo 30, Hotel tract;
$125 C.
T. ti. and Sarah Johnston to George N.
Dewey—Undivided % interest in lots 47,
50 and 55, Keefer suhdivisioa of lot 00,
Ito Santa Anita ; $100.
I). W. Coq.iillet to Thomas F. Murphy
— Lot 21, block 1, Wright's subdivision;
$700.
Nannie Painter and Frank B. Sturge
to \V. H. I'inney—Lot 9, block B of A. J.
Painter's subdivision; $100.
.1. N. and Mary E. Frame to H. 8. Goff
— Lots 1, 2, 3, s,"6ana 7, block lO.AIosto;
$2500.
it. W.iuid Mattie Dawson to same—Lots
9, 10, 11 and 12, block 1), Alosta; $210.
li. A. Strong and Albert S. Allen to
Mrs. Nancy I. Goucher—Agreement to
convey lot 8, block 1, Harvey tract;
$4700.
Ntibrav P. Krans to Kichard Raasch—
Lot 13, Wlesendanaer City tract; aooo.
Ttlla Crowley, Eliza E. Hayes and O.
P. Hayes to Tbomi.s J. Reilly —WM of lot
S, block 11, L. A. Homestead tract; $975.
W. H. llolliday, trustce,eial. to Carrie
A. Riley—Lot 4b, extension ot Nob Hill
tract; $1250.
\V. It. and Alice V. Gosewisch to
Charles M. Stimson—Lots 19 and 20, block
10. Vrmslon tract; $1000.
Summary
Deeds 41
Nominal 21
Total $ 29, .",97 00
CHICAGO MARKET
The Day's Transactions on the Chicago Board
of Trade
CHICAGO, Oct. 25.—Wheat was firmer
early and soil %c above tbo close ' last
night. Later there was a drop, but with
slight reaction. Tbo early strength was
du9 lo tho continue! absence uf rain, the
firmer cables and the reported active for
eign buying in New York. There were a
Rood many crop damage, reports from the
interior and shorts were still on tho anx
ious seat and disposed to cover. Tho
receipts in the northwest were consider
ably larger than yesterday, but the
drought newa was seirous enough to pre
vent this fact having much influence for
a time at least. Henry Clews wired from
Now York that advices from Argentine
were quite unfavorable and foreigners
were buiyng there with ungual freedom.
But later in the day when it was found
that New York had cleared nothing for
twenty-four hours.tbe trade began to dis
trust the New York news and confidence
was considerably impaired. There was
liberal telling and late cables came weak
er. Frank Dunn liquidated a big line and
others followed, carrying the price off
fully %a, December closed at for the
day.
Corn was stong and sold up some, the
bull features being the good demand from
shorts and the good shipping inquiry.
Tbe stocks are being steadily reduced and
there is not much expectation of any in
crease in receipts. October gained for
the day.
Oafs quiet and nearly featureless, hut
seemingly imminent to weakness. May
declined !^c.
Provisions had a fresh attack of weak
ness and closed witb losses of 16a in pork ;
trem 2%a to 5c in lard and from 5o to
7;-£c in ribs.
Ltading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat No 2—
October BStKIItSOK
December. W^AHo;'
May U4VSO4 7 B
Corn No. 2—
October giye
November :(0'„
December ■.:->„ ,1,2s'■
Mar 29.
Osts No. ll—
October 1«W
I>ei.-einbor , is' 1 '
M»y 20%
Cash quotations wore ai follows:
Flour—Winter patents, $3.0).<?U.50-, Win
lerstraight*, $185213.23: spring patents,
$3.1533.5): spring scr.iigb.ls, 12.(5333.0):
bakers', *1.90,fi2.30.
Wheat—No. 2 spring. 59)^(360^8j No. 3
spring, 59(86001 No. 2 red, OiM;<oi/03';;c.
Cora—No. 2, 3IJ£<3B2Wo,
Oats—No. 2, tS! 4 c; No. 2 white, 20 V(8
21u; No. 3 white. IMijftjilOc.
Hye—No. 2, 38;;m ! :mi$c.
Barley—No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 23i<6
40c; No. 4, [email protected]
Flax seed—Oi'^c.
Timothy seed—Prime. $3.55.
Mesi pork—Per barrel, $8.12', 38.23.
LarJ—Per 10) lb?, $5.57 V*>-00.
Short ribs—SldSi, loosj, *4.82}i;34.65.
Dry sou! shoulders—iioxe-d, $5,253
35.57}*.
Snort cloar aides,boxed— $5.0033,12 W.
Whisky—Distillers' linisliei goods per
gallon—ll.22.
On the proJuos exolrtnga today ths but
ter marKot was steady; creamery, 93
2Io; dairy. 9>,318c.
Eggs were steady at l-l.'i®l7c.
The ramipn an i suinn i m wars!
Article,!. Repetptl Shipments.
Flour, barrels 11,009 5 000
Wheat, bull-Is 108,000 4800 l
Corn, b mieli 2:18,0 ) > 214,0 ii)
uats.b.isii us 29i,00i> 817,000
ttye, bushels 5,000 25,000
ba.loy, busneli 92000 174,000
Liverpa-U rviarkat
LIVERPOOL. Oct. 25. — Wheat-Snot
firm; demand moderate; No. 2 red win
ter, 5s tlXdi No. 1 hard Manitoba, 5a J-Jd;
No. 1 California, 5s (lit.
Futures closed easy and X3Md higher;
October, os 4-Jja; November, 5s b%&; lOe
cember, 5s (id: January, 5s 6j;d; Febru
ary, 5s ; March, 5s li'v-l.
Corn—Spot rlrm; American mixed,
3s UMd.
Futures closed steady end higher;
October, 3r fi>id; November, Bl6*4di Ue
cembar. Ss (>Xd ; January. 3s 4!4d ; Feb
ruary, Sstlid; March, 3s 4,'/ 4 'd.
Flour—Firm; demand good; St. Louis
fancy winter, 7s.
HOpS—At London, Pacific coast, £.1 13s.
LOS AKGELE9 WEEKLY HERALD: SATTTRBAY MORINTIfO, OCTOBER 20, 1895.
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money, Stock, Band and Produce
Quotations
WALL STREET SPECULATION
A Rise !a Pacific Mail Cantos a Sensa
tion
Sterling Rates Are Easier, Indicatlni That
Danger of Oold Export Is Over, at
Least Temporarily
NEW YORK, Oct. 25.—Tho bull sensa
tion of to ay s stock matket was Pacific
Mail, which on transactions unusually
large for that stjck rose per cent.
The moment stimulated reports of a re
newal of negotiations between the com
pany and the Pacilic Mail steamship
line. Official confirmation was not oo
tained. Another rum<>r was that the
operation by a prominent trader recently
has prevented covering purchases for an
induential Broadway banking house.
Later common broke \% and preferred
Tbe important inllttence upon the
general market was a realisation of the
fact that danger of gold exports had been
averted for tbis week at least, owing to
an easier tendency to the foreign ex
change market- Speculation wus no up
to yesterday's limit and the distribution
of business was only fair. The leaders
in activity were, sugar, leather prefer
red, distilling, Louisville and Nashville
and Pacifio Mail. The mnrket opened
moderately active, but a fraction lower
generally, but soon under heavy covering
by shorts, an upward motement was
started. Among the important gains was
sugar, 1%. The market closed quiot and
steadily.
Trading in bonds was moderate in vol
ume and the undertone was strong. The
dealings in government bonds aggregated
$30,000.
Closing Stocks
NEW YORK, Oct. 25.— The official clos
ing quotation) ior ato-oka wera as fol
lows :
Atchison 104 n. P.D .A (inlt... Mi
Adams Ex 150 Northwestern iou*,
Alton, Terra H... 00 j do pfd 147!*
dopfd NY. Central ....100'. ;
Amorloaii Ex ...110 H.Y.A N. Bag... DM
Bait. A Ohio (id Ontario A West.. 17 ti
Can Pa"lfi<s Mii Oregon Imp .... Olj
Can. Southern... 66*1 Oregon Nat 23
Central Pacific... 17', OreironShortUna
Ches. A Ohio ln' /t AN'orthern O'J
Chle. m Alton... .IBS PaelflcMall 3tVa
C. B. AQ Sri 3 ;Peoria Ilea. A E. 4 : >;
Chicago Qai 88*2 Pittsburg 107,',
Con. Oaa 14K 1 , Pullman 175
C. C. C. A St. L... 42 Reading 19
Col.Coal A Iron.. K'/i Rich 1110 ml 10r...
Cotton Oil "1 1 do pid
Del. & Hudson: .181 -Mod. Western... 17
Del. Lack. W 107 do pfd 41
P,4)14.0. pfd.... By Rock Island 70';
Distillers 20'- a SbPaul. 70S;
East Term do pfd 120',,
Brie 18S4 St. Paul A O 42.U
do pfd 27 , do pfd 142
ForlWarne IK7 Southern Pa"iflc 23';
Ot. Nortii'n nfd..123 Sugar Refinery... 105-„
C. AB. 1,1. ptd. ...100 Term. coul Alron 39Wj
Hocklug Valley.. 2114 Texasl'acitic 9? s
lillaoisOen 100 ;Tol A O.Cen pfd. 70
St. Paul St Duluth 28 UnionPaolflO 13! 4
Kan & I'ex. pfd. 3»'-j V. S. Express 43
LakoErioA w... 22 Wabash, bt,Louis
do pfd 72 I APacillo 8
Lake Shore 150 do pfd il%
Lead Trust 32'; Wells-Fargo Ex 100
L.4.N 59', WesternUillon... Ol 1 *
hi N. Albany... i% Wheeling* L. 8.. 14 J 4
Manhattan (lon.. 100% do pfd., 45
Memphis a Char. IB Minn. St St. L 2414
Michigan Cen OH 1). a It. Q 15}%
Mlssouil Paoliic. 8414 Gon.Eloetric ..... 30
Mobile A0h10.... 22', Nat. Unseed. ... 20
Nash. Achat 75 ,Col. Fuel A Iron. 35 7 8
Nat.Cordige 7V do pfd 95
do pfd 14! i 11. A lex, Cen... SJ<
N.l.Central ....11l 101., A. A. A Nortli
Norfolk AW pfd.. 13', Michigan I' 4
North American.. 5 Tol., St. I. A X.C.. 0
N. Pacific 5 ' do nfd 17
dopfd 18V American Tobao. 03U
So. K. R Ill; d„ ~f,i 100
donfa 3B'i st. P., M. A M.... 115
Bond List
NEW YORK, Oat. 25.—The following
are the olosin» qaotations for tha boni
list:
I" S new 4s, reg...l29V< Cen Pac UU.'SS. 104',
IT S new 15,c0up,.122 : 15 Denver is K075..117<i
ÜBos, reirislercd.lU''., do4s 91
duos, co pon.. .115 m Brie seconds 70
do 4s. rei 111«; OH ASA Os 105
do4s,coop HIK do 7s. 10l'<
do 2s, re-. »7\ IIA T Cent 55.. .111
PaciiicOsof '95..100 do lis 107
Alabama Class A. 10:0; M IC T lirst 4s H4'J
doclassß 10! l' 4 do second 45... 0554
do class c 100 Mot Union (is 114
doourrenoy 100 N JGOen 5s im%
La New Coil 45.. . B>B% N Pacific lsts 117 : ';
Missouri Us 100 I do 2ds 102 -,
N Carolina til 112 Northwest Con,. .141
do 4s I0»t4 do 3 F deb 85...1j8M
BOarolina N-fund 1 Row .sts 77:';
Term new set Os.. 84 St Paul Con 75.. 127)4
dobs 105 1 do 04s P W 65.. 115
do Os st L A 1 M Oen 5s B6U
dooldUs (10 BtLdsßFOe.a6a.loß
Va Centuries ij'2 Texas Pac lsts ... 8!)
dodo:erred 0 j do 2ds 24';
Atchison 4s 80 UP. lsts ot'9o 109.,
do 2d A SIM West shore 4s . . 100
Can South Als 107>j|So R Kss 90Ji
Goverr.mont ooii-ih steady.
State bonds inactive.
Railroad bonds strong.
SIIIIII x S.llrss
SAN FRVN'OLSCJ, Oct. 25.—0f1101*.1,
closing quotations for alining ihate] waro
as follows:
Alta 17 Julia 00
Alpha Coa 11 Justice 04
Andes :I7 Keutuolc Con 07
belcher -10 Lady >Vash'u Con.. 02
Hello Isle Mexican 07
beHtA BelohOr. ... Hi; Mono 10
Bodio Cor. 32 Mt iliablo 15
Bullion 10 Navajo
BulwerOOU O i Occidental Con IO
Caledonia 04 Ophtr 150
Challenge Con 50 Herman 13
Chollar 4S:Potoal (11
Conildeiicc ltio Savage 5.)
Con oal and Va ...275|Soorplon.. 0:1
Con Imperial 02iilerra Nevada 02
Con New V0rk...... o: Silver itill 03
CrOWUl'Olnti. 77 Stiver lv:u<
Exchequer 02 Onion Coa. 70
(ioiild A Curry 43jIJtab.Con 08
(iraud Prise — Yellow Jacket 30
ila.eA NOreroas,.. llij
Boston Quotations
BOP.IS, Oot. 25. —Tna closing quotv
tio.us were:
Atchl-on CO'; Mexican 12' 4 '
Hell Cole phone.. IH7 ■, san Diego 3
I)urliu o r tou 85;a|oregn Short Line 9'^
floosy Qnatstlons
NEW YORK, Oct. 25 Money on call
easy at [email protected] ]>or cent; last loan at l'
perceat; clos.'.l at 2 per cent.
i'r.iua murcaiituj paper, 43& X per
cent.
Sterling exohanga easior, with actual
businesi in bankers' bills at $4.8834.88 X
lor demand uni f4.87X34.87X lor uo
uav uiils.
l\>3ta.l ratal, $1.8834.88 X ani $4.5!>3
4.«» X.
Cummercial bills, M.86&.
Saver certificate!, Os3B?X
-SAN FrI.VVOHJJ. Ojt. 25. — Sight
drafts o t No.v fork, 2X
ielegrapnic. sc.
L'JNJJ.s*, Oct. 23.—Rank of Englanl
discount rata. 2 per cent.
Consols, lU7 7-ln i.
Sllve.- Bullion
Ban FRANCISd >. Oot. 25. — Si.rar
bars, per ouuco, 07-7(0.
Mexican doilars. 55X366J.
NEW YORK. Oot. 25.—Silva.- ban p>.
ouneo, HOT^e.
Mexican dollars, S3X&
LONDON, Oot. 2.5. — Bar silver per
ounce, 30 1-16 I.
Treasury Statement
WASHINGTON, Oct. 25.-Today's state
ment of the condition of the treasury
shows: Available cash balance, $182,183,•
698; gold reserve. $93,291,087.
SAN PilAN.lSuil MtRKETS
Cnll.turJ PrlClS—Or aln aid Provision Move.
meats
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 25.—Wheat-
Dull, December. Vf.)%a; May, $1.04;.;.
Barley—lnactive; December, 83j; May,
67!ic.
Corn—97!-i'c.
Bran—sl4.s}.
Flo.ir-Fanily extras, 13.8523.45; bait
ers'extras, $1.1525-23; superfine, $2,332
2.00.
Wheat — No. 1 shipping. 97' jo per
cental: choice, 98% c; milling. $1.00(21.05
uer cental.
Barley—Feed, fair to good, fiOo per
cental; choice, brewing,
70c
Oats—Price unchanged. Milling 75(2550;
surprise, 85(290c; fancy food, 75082W0 ;
good to choics, 65072% C; poor to fair,
55(362,1jc: blaok, $l.u0(21.30; gray, 650750,
The receipts were.
Flour, quarter sacks 4.720
Wheat,eenala 0 380
Parley, centals 3,905
Oat- 400
Beans, s-cks 4.401
Poatoes, sacks 6,000
Onions, sacks 100
Bran, sacks 158
Mlddlip is, aaOkS 223
Hay, tons 495
Hops, bales 60
Wool, bales 400
Knlsins, boxes 5,300
Hides 104
Wine, gallons 20,700
Sn F:it:'i:i *r,U:; Mirkst
SAN fItANCISOO, Oct. 23.-Potatoes —
Burbanke. 80985s; Early Rose, 30(J85o;
sweet potatoes, 05c(351.0G.
Onions - 350450 per sack.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 22 2 24c: sec
onds, 20;22lo, fancy dairy, [email protected]'2ls;
good to ohOiOS, 10.218 c.
Cheese—Fa:iuy mild now, 0j?So; com
mon vo gooJ, SjSs^O;YoUtte, Ainerici,
527 c; Eastern, H212 jO; Western. lO.&lle,
Eggs—Ranch. 39235 c pur doz; store,
18^7...
Poultry—Turkey gobblers. 13(2t4c per
lb; hens, 120180; geese, pair, $1.60(21.76;
goslings, por pair, $1.26(21.50; ducks.
$4.00 35.50 per dozen for old and
$4.0025.50 for young; hens, $3.50(24.50;
roostirs, young, $8.5001*09 per doz;
old, $1.00(24.50 per dozen; iryers. $3.50(2
4.50 per dozen; broilers, $8.00(23.50 per
dozen foi largo and $2.5003. CJ for small;
pigeons, $1.00(22.00.
Game—Nominal.
Middlings, $17.00219.51 per ton.
Grouulaid rollsi btrley, $13.03214.03;
oil caitd maal at t'uo mill, $23 per ton;
cottonseed oil c.ikj, $21 par ton.
flay—Wheat, $8.00(212.00: wheat and
oat, $8.00010.50; barley. $0.00(28."0; oat.
$7.0029.00; alfalfa, $5.60(27.00; clover, $5.80
(27.0J: compressed, SO. stoi k,
}5.01(f85.50 per ton.
Straw, 40255.; per bale.
1 i nit .lam .-,
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25.—Orchard
fruits and berries soli to Jay at the fol •
lowing prices'.
Apples—Green, 25310 c per box; red, 50
3r*se per box.
Pears—Bsc3sl 25 per box.
Raspberries—s2.so33.Bo per chest.
Huckleberries—s3.so3s.oo.
Strawberries — Longworths, $5.0339.0j
per chest; common, $2.003L03.
Figs—2o34oc.
Grapes—2s3boc.
Watermelons—s3.oo3o.o3 per 101.
Cantaloupes—7sc3sL 15.
California lemons—Common, $2.0032.5'!
per box; good to choice, $1.5035.00.
Limes—-Mexican, $5.0U33.50 per box.
Bananas—sl.2s32.so por hunch.
Pineapples—f2.oJj£l.oJ par dozen.
Vegetable Mirket
SAN FRANCISCO, Oot. 25.—Vegetable
quotations follow:
Green corn—(iO(±sßsc.
String beans—l'-a'(i?.ic.
Summer squash. 503850 per box.
Tomatoes—2o(B3so per box.
Kgg plant—2s(34oo.
Cucumbers— 10,rfJ.>0e per hot.
Pepper-s—Green. 39 <535 j; driod, 10® 12'|'o.
Okra—3o3soo ncr lb.
Cabbage—o337sa per cental.
Carrots—soe.
Garlic —2'«dl3c per lb.
Cauliflower—so36o,?.
lleets—soc.
Parsnips—soc.
Green peas—233c.
Turnips—soc.
LOCAL Bm CLE4.RINUS
LOS ANGELES, Ojt. 25.
Following ara tha Lai Angelas bank
clearing! for tho current week:
Daw Rxihan-zn. Balances.
Monday $231,419.82 $24 579.8.->
Tuesday 107,780.49 25.021,30
Wedtiosday 174,100.12 21,858.93
Thursday 100,741.08 29,780.04
Friday 190,429.49 21,123.71
Chlcajo Llvs Mock Market
CHICAGO. Oct. 2") —Cattle—Common
to e;ttra nativo steers. (4.50(95.30; cows,
|[email protected]; bulls, $1.75(98.76; calves, $4.00
30.25; stockers and feeders, $2.30(93.80.
Hogs—Heavy, $3.70(88.70; lirrhts, $3.00
33.00: mixed, $3.4033.70; pigs, $2.00-3
3.75.
Sheep—Common to good natives, $1.25
33.70; lambs, $3.0031.00; wosterns, $2.30
33.20.
Receipts—Cattle, 14,003; calves, 400;
hogs, 31,000: shoop. 14,000.
The London flarkets
NEW YORK, Oct. 25,- The Evening
Post's London cablegram says:
Tho market*, were better today. Ameri
cans were list; tbey closed above the low
est. Fears of largo gold exports from
America tire now causing undoubted real
izations of American securities here by
those who supported that murket a fen
months ago.
Petroleum
MOW YOEK, Oot. 25.— Petroleum —
Steady; closed at |1,25.
IMR COLLEGE Cf OBSTETRICS
t.\ND Private
Maternity Institute
(Ineorporatt d.) Thlfl is the only in
stitute oi the kin<l in the west, j
whe.e Iti'lies who expect tlvir uon-
Rueuopnt are under me etra of reg
ular physicians a' d trained nurses
mid find perfect seclusion.
FEMALE DISEASED a bp EC I ALT*
| for stinlents of obstetrics midwifery.> Wi
i with to Hfiv that with this Institute (Iff
I tegular physicians are connected; ul-0 a
' lying-in, un that-tiide its will receive practL
i oal And theore Loallessons. Male and female
| itudents admitted, 1 > 11- H, NKWLAND,
Superintendent.
| 1315 W. SEVENTH ST. omce Hours 8-10 1-3
*<^<f^ nnt'iiv fur (ionuri'h(pa,
(3,l '«' t . - ; r>' rtn ;i 1111 Ili " ■
jfcjt.- & 101 tor> whitos, unnatural ais-
Otmrkiitppil riiarf.ru, or any iiifliimnia-
IV4 Dot to Btr i aiurt '' lion, irritation ur ulfora-
coatfigioti. tion cf in 11 pour iihmi
! BSlrHtiVMi QHIMIOfILfIa Non-astrini<ent.
V4"-SV : 0 ICTJ So,<! ~T ""-atrirui*,
Y'c ,}V cM a 2iitfti " r "' Pa n wrapper,
« y •*pWMlij prepiiid. for
■ Circular Mat uu roiiuoet.
Notice to Stockholders
SOUTHEr\N CALIFORNIA RAILWAY COM
pany. The annual meeting of the t-toek-
I hold rs of thp t*OUtheru Call ornia Hailway
I 1 onipuny Will b<? held at the Office ol the 0001
-puny, in ttlfl city Of Los Angelas on Thui\*dav,
Novemb' r 7, lmtr>, at 11 o'e oolt a.in., to elect
a board of d.rector* for the ensuing' ; ear, and
to transact such other bUtIUOSi as may prop
fcrlv come beloic the mcc.it g.
(i. HOLI (tRHOFF, Jr.
Assistant -ecretarv.
Lo? Angelej, Cal., October iM, li? 05. 11-7
Radway's
Pills
Purely vegetable, pure and reliable. Cause
p D rfect Digestion, complete absorption and
healthful regularity. For the cure of all dis
orders of the stomach, Bowels, Kidneys, Blad
der, Nervous Diseases, Plies.
Sick Headache,
Female Complaints
Indigestion
Biliousness
Constipation
Dyspepsia
AND '
All Disorders of the Liver
jCsjr-Full printed directions fn each box;
25 cents a box Sold by all druggists.
RADWAY & CO, NEW YORK.
LOS ANGELES
Representative Wholesale and
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
ANALYTICAL CHEniSTS AND ASSAYEiU
WADE 4t WADE, 109)4 commercial st.
A TTORNEYS-AT-LAW
W. H. SIIINN, 205-208 Wilson Wi„ Sprlog st
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS
BTEINEN a KIRCHNEK. 130 N Ma n st.
-U'IShPU JAF.G*K. 'tf: S. Main, bet 2d and :id
BICYCLES
"KEATING," Hawley, King .v. f'o , 210 x.Main
BOOKSELLBSS AND STATIONERS
FOWLER it COL A ELL. 115 W. Second »v
BRASS WORKS,
PACIFIC BRASS V, ORKS, Up. Main, cor. A'rfM
BOOTS AND SHOES
H. C. B*-*NBY, 352 S. Spring it.
CHIROPODIST
Dr. Zawen, diseases of the feet. 253 a Spring.
CRO-KERY
PAC. CROCKERY i: TIN CO., 22S N. L. A. St
CAST-OFF CLOTHINO
8. OIREENa HIT, buy and sell 107 cmnmercla
»f. LEVY pays highest prices, 131 It. First st
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
BOTTB A PHELPS, 330 8. Main. Tel. 1270,
CARRIAGE WORKS
THE TABOR CAR'UF WORKS, 137 W. Fifth St.
CEMENT CONTRACTORS, IRRIGATION
GRAY BROS, il WAKD.I2S N. B'way. Tel. 238.
DKUGUISIS-WHOLbSAI.E
F. W. Bit AUN & CO.. 10 .407 N. .Vuiu; tel. 9..1
DENTISTS
L. D. SWARTOUT. 211 W. First st. Tel. 1058
FRUITS AND VE3ETABLES
trrjwiai waovkr. Matt Market, IoL. 850,
GROCERS—WHOLESALE
HAAS, RAP.fCU 4 CO., 320 to 320 N. L. A. It,
HORSE SHDEftS
J. GOODWIN & Spooner, 325 S. Los Ana .les st.
LAW, COLLECTIONS. MERCANTILE REP'TS
SIANDARD COLLECTION & MERCAA'TILU
CO., (inc.) $100,000. 211-213 Stimson. A. C.
Brodenou. atry.
HOTEL BROKERS
ASSOCIATED HOTEL IN VESTMENT BUREAU,
102 S. Broadway; buy, sell and lease.
HOTELS
ABBOTSFOP.I) INN, cor Sth v Hope. Tel. il7»
HARNESS MANUFACTURER
OTTO RLE, 338 H. Main, New Turnveroln halt
LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
BANKERS'ALLIANCE OF CAL . 118 Court at
LIVERY STABLES
CALIFORNIA ST A BLES. 373 N. slain St. 'eL 4B
MANTELS, TILES AND HARDWOOD LL'n'tEß
HENRY BOURMA.NN.SI4, d. Spring it. Tel.7t>B
PHYSICIAN
DR. WARD, Byrne Bl'dg, Km. 216. Te'u 73.
RESTAURANT
COSMOPOLITAN f JlB-3 1 \V. Second st.
REAL ESTATE
NORTON A KENNEDY, 134 S. Drdwy; tel «03
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
J. F. MOItEMI, -J2O Allsost.
SEWING HACHINE REPAIRINO
! 11. V. 81Li.1N0M.424'... s. Spring st. Tel. 1345
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
I CHAS. tf, ADAMS, 3SB N Mam. Tel. 13*7.
WATCH IT AKER AND OPTICIAN
I O STOESAIv, 511 S. Spring St. he, 3th and Bth
WINES AND SPIf'TS.
( C F. A. LAST, 139 and 131 K. Main st,
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
S.FLELL, 404-406 N LA st. Tvl 224.
STORAGE
PACIFIC WAREIIOI'sE. HOI and 803 E. First
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
COUNstaBLK A COUTTB. 15ii N. Los Angeles
UNDERTAKERS AND EWJALrIERS
BOOTH A ROW. 356 s. Main ai. Tel. 1349.
UPHOLSTERINO AND CARPET CLEANINO
JAMES F. ALLRN, 513 South Sprint; street.
PHOTOURAPH-LANDSCAPE
W, H, MAUDE A CO , 211 w. First li,
Notice of Sale of Franchise.
Notice is hereby given that the Board of
Trustees of the etty of Ban l'edro Ims received
an application for a franchise for the construc
tion and 0[. dating of tut electric light end
power system, and the right to or ct poles,
lsy conduits, eta; lor tho transmission of
elec riciiy for sue i purposes within tho limi s
oisnjii city of Son Pedro, and that tiie said
Bonril oi Trustees Intends to grant such fran
i chise, and tlia it will on ttie 2.d day of No
j vember, 1895. and up to 8 o'clock p. m of
I said day,-receive and open scaled bids for the
! purchase of such franchise, the ssle and
granting of the same to be to tne highest hld-
I der, and in accordance with ami upon tin- tonus
! ami conditions set forth in such franohise, and
in this notice Said franohise which said
Hoard of Trustees proposes to grant is of tbo
following character, to-wit; the riebt and
prlvt ege to creel and maintain poles and un
derground conduits ami manholes in ihe pub.
lie streets, alloys and thoroughfares of the city
of Snn proro, county of Los Angeles, H;ate oi
California, and to run wires through, over end
along the siime. all for the purpose ol trans
mitting, furnishing, supplying and d strlbut
tha of electricity for lighting mid power pur
j poses mil . tortile term of twenty-li veyears, !
I upon the terms nnd conditions of said t'rnu-
I chise, a copyof which is on file In the otiice of
! the , ity clerk of said city oi Ban ivaro
Any per on present tig a sealed proposal for
; the purchase uf --nid franchise shall enclose
therewith a certified chock upon some reipou
sible bank for the full amount of the bid, I
which ooeok shall be made payable to the or
der Of the president of the Hoard of Trustees
of said city. .1 I. CONNOR,
Dated this teth day of October, lsfts.
29 City Clerk oi the City ot Sun I'edro.
Notice
OF TIIE FII.lNtl OF 1 HE REPORT r«F THE
oommisiloners appointed for the opening
of Tenth street from . os Angeles street tc tin
east li eof the Hammel and Danker iraet, in
compliance wI th ordinance No 2709, new se. -
, ries, together with the plat oi the assessment
I district.
I Notice is hereby given that a eertlued cooy
j oiiht report, assesament list and plat of the
' Gommissiofitrs api olnted to assets benefits and
damages and to have »eneral supervision ol
i the proposed work ol opening of Tenth street >
i from Los Angeles street to the east line ot the \
I Hummel nnd hanker tract has been filed in the :
I (Jttice oi the undersigned.
i aii sums levied mid assessed In said sssess*
: mentllstare due aid parable Immediately,
l Ihe payment oi laidsuhisii obemede tome,
\in my office, within thirty days from the first
I publication of this notice.
All assessments not paid before the cxpira
! tiou ol snid thirty days, w 11 be declared to he- I
oomodelinquent, ana tbeieafter five percent
wlti ihe costs of advertising, wilt be added
i thereto
I bated at Lea Angeles, this 33th day ot octo
! ber.A. I). 1»9'). P A. HOWARD,
street Superintendent
By .1. W, Vorlos, Deputy 25-lot
Notice ( f Sac of Real Estate
VTOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
pursuance ot no order of the superior
ciirtot ihe county ol I.os Angelas, Slate ol
(aliioi-iiiu, made on tho 115 th day of July,
IVPS. in the matter of the estate of Arthur a.
Pond, deceased, 'he undersigned, the eanln*
istrntor with the will annexed ot the said Ar
thur A. I'o <i. deceased, will sell to the hurnst
bidder at private sac, lot cash, p-old col oi
I the United suites, mid subject to continuation
I by the mud superior court, on or after the 30th
I day of UOtOber, 1805, ilint real esmtc in the
j county of Los Angelos,state of California, de
! scr bed as (ol OWa. to wit:
Lo.souc (1,, t«o ,2, and three (3) of the ■
I AllesandfO tract in Division X, San tinbrie
! Orange Grove Association lands, us per mup
' recorded in book 7, pape 81, miteeilenoooa
v cords uf said county, cxc pt v i tip ot
twenty feet off the back ends of said lots.
All bids for such property must be In writ
ing, and may be ieft with ihe undersigned at
his office in tho Temple block, I.os Auueles,
California THOMAS W. ROBINSON,
Administrator with Ihe will aoneaed of the'
state of Arthur A. l'ond, deceased. 10 20 I
Ploaae awtid thl« to nomfonfl with Cancor
OR SEND ME THEIR NAMES.
LOS ANGELES TERMINAL RY
IN EFFECT OCT. 21, 1895.
Los Angclendepotf?: East, end First street and
Downey-avenue bridges.
Leavu Los Angele* ior Leave I'asadeuiT tor
i'asadena. Los Angelei.
b 7:)oam b 8 10 am
c 9:loam c 8:30 am
A 7 am A 10:25 am
all .80am a 12:35 pra
a 2:00 pm a 3 [20 pro
a 4:45 pm A 6:00 pal
Downov-avenueieav ng t u>' 7 intu'.aes la er
Between Los Angeles and Pasadena—Round
trip 25 cent*.
Lca"vTLos~Atiseles for L(;nve Al!adena~.hine,-
AUadena Junction. tion for Los Angeles.
a 9:loam a 10:10 am
c 2:00 pra c 3:00 pm
a 4:45 pm..... a 6:40 pra
AU trains star from First-street depot.
Leave Los~Angeles foriLcavoGiendale for Lo"
Ulendaie. I Angeles.
n 7 tQO am ' b 7 :57 urn
r»:20 nra . j c9:l2«B
al2:3"> pra a 1 :27 pra
a 5 ltd pm. .1 , ..A*i 11*1 pm
Leave Los AugeFes foil cave i'edrc
Lou? Deaeh and Ball i for
han Pedro. Los Augoloi.
a 0:0 pm | a 7:20 am
a I .Oft pin ! Alo:3oara
a 5 :oO pm . 1 A3:45 (nn
Between East dan Pedra and Long Beach 10
minui*9.
RUniO CANYON AN ECHO MOUNTAIN
Trainsleave I/is Angeles daily at 9■lo n. :n.i
c 2 :00 p. m.. and 1:15 p. in.
Fine pavilion and notel. Grand scsuery
'leleseope a id fiaareh light.
CATALINA LSL \,ND
The Terminal railway train at 1 ;'»"> p.m.
daily except Sunday, inukes close connection
with steamer for C ■ tali ia. Return ing arrives
at Los A ngel ci 11:30 a.m
ADaily. b Daily except Sundays c Saa
daysonly. r> Saturdnysi only.
stages meet the 7:: 0 a.in train at I'asadana
for Ul. Wilson on new trail
Passengers leaving Los the 7:10
a.m. train for ML Wilson can return same day.
bpecial rates toexourstonsand pionto pirtles.
Deptitsoas' end oi First street ani Dovvnej
avenue bridges.
City t'eket office, Grcenewald's cigar stori
corner H-cond and Spring streets.
General office*. First-street depot.
T. B. BURNETT, General Manager.
W. WINOIJP, Gen. Passenger Agt.
Co.
Goodall. Perkins & Co.. General Aget ts, San
Francisco.
Northern routes embrace l'nes for Portland.
Ore., Victoria, B. C, aud Puget Sound, Alaska
and all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTE 9.
TIME TABLE FOR OCTOBER, 1895.
j LEAVE RAN rBAWCISCO.
j " For— „
Port Harford S, S. Corona, Oct. 6, 14. 22,
Santa Barbara 30; Nov. 7.
Redondo
Port Los Angeles... P. P. Santa Rosa, Oct. 2,
Newport I 10, IS, 2d; Nov. X
San Diego 1
For— 18. 8. St. Paul, OCt 4, 12,
East San Pedro 20, 28; Nov. 5.
6an Pedro and way a S Eureka, Oct. 8, IG,
ports , _L_ 2 *'-_ N _.
~"~ I.KAVB Vi'RT LOS ANbl. ■•' AN O KKIKJSIO.
I " "TIsT~S" - Santa Rosa, Oct. 4.
I For— 19.20.28: Nov. 5.
'■ San Dieao |S. P. Corona, Oct. 8, 16,24,
j ' Nov. 1.
■ Fur— ,s. s. eanta Hoia. Oct. ii,
I Fan Francisco 14, 22, 30; Nov. 7.
; Port Harford ... S. s. Corona, Oct. 2, 10,
! Sa ta. Barbara _ | 3,8, gtf; NOV. 8,
j LEaTk HAN rKi ftll AND BAST SAN PRPRO.
For— S H. Eureka. Oct. 3, 11,
: San PrAOftttOO and 19, 27: Nov. 4.
I way ports S. s, St Paul, Oct 7, 10.
V 3, 31: Nov. 8.
Cars to connect witli Btenmers via san Pedro,
leave S. P. R. R, (Arcade Denot< at 5 p. in., and
Terminal R. it depot at 5:16 P.
Cam to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
depot at 10 a. m„ or from Redondo Kaiiway
depot at 9 a. ra.
: Cart to connect via port Los Angeles leave
!6. P. R. R. depot «t 1:10 p. m. for steamers
! north bound.
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office,
where berths may be secured.
Tne company reserves the right to change
' tbe steamers or thi ir d .ys of sailing.
For passave or freight as above or for tickets
■ to and from all Important potuts in Europe,
apply to W. PARRIS, Agen ,
Oflice: 123} 2 W« Third st., Loa Augcles.
Redondo Railway
DEPOT: Grand aye. and Jefferson st
In effect 5 a. m. Thursday, Sept. 2e", 1895.
Leave Los Angeles Leave Redondo for
for Redondo. LO3 AUgeles,
8:10 a.m. Sunday only t?:46a,m Sunday only
9:05 a.m. daily 7jBU a.m. daily
1:36 p.m. daily 10:46 a.m. daily
' 5 :4d p. ra. dally 4 :30 p.m. dtily
For passenger and freight rates apply at
depot, conif r Grand ai ecus and Jefferson
street. 'Phone, West 1.
L. T, GARNBEY, President
J. N .fcUTTUN, Huperitiieudent
SUTTON & CO.'S
DfSPHTGH LINEFOR PORT LOS HH6ELES
i DirtOti taking freight 1 for all Southern t'nli*
: fornia points The fast Al clipper ship
M CHAS. E. MOODY."
• Leonard, master. is now loading at
pier U», Fast Uiver. New York', about October
101 for Port Los Angeles, and will havo tne
usual prompt dispatch of this line.
For rata ol freight, etc . apply to SUTTON <fc
co., 82 south st., N, V., or t»» SUTTON &
BKEBE,3OB Market St., San Francisco cal.
,
I
DP. WONG him, who has prnrtlred moo>
cine in Los Angeios for 20 years, ana
whose olhcetsat 839 Upfer Main st set will
treat b) medicine nil diseases of women, man
and children, 'i he do-tor claims th t lie has
r medics that are superior to p, 1 others as a
: specific for trouble* © T women and men. A
trial alone will convince the sick iha: Dr.
Wong f I m's remedies arc more efficacious tha a
can be prescribed, Or Wong him is h Chinese
physic f>n of prominence nnd a gontletn>iu of
re-Votisnulitv. His reputation is more thai
well established, nnd all persons needing hit
services can rel on his hkill and ability. A
cure is gua'anted in c cry case m which a re
covery is possible Herb medicines for tale.
DR. WONG HI7V^
HERB DOCTOR,
639 Upper Main Street, Los Angelet,
THE PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU
110 West Second Street,
LOS ANOELES.
, BuFr-"'" Business ilousr-s dailr with all infea,
matloti in iheir Uue, covering the eatlve
Alt Ml
LINES OF TRAVEL
Limited
Season of 18 95-96,
WILL RUX
TWICE 7* WEEK
BETvtEEN'
san Francisco, Los neies and m mm.
OVER THE GREAT
SLJNSET ROUTB
Leaving San Francisco
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Los Angeles,
Wednesdays and Sundays
First Trip From Los Angeles,
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 189S
The most complete, modern, elegantl*
equipped and perl-clly arranged Vestibuled
Tr inacontinemal Train in America. Nevsr
equiprtetu, especially designed and built for
this service
Direct connections in New Orleans for all
Eastern points. Quick time.
COfTHERN PACIFIC COMTANY.
C"» TIME TABLK—OCT.r , 189').
Leave lor j l>Es liN~a . 10-S Ar. from
2:00 pm, t S. Frtm. .Sacramento j 7:30 an,
8:15 pm, (and bast, vi.Ggdeni 1:48 pm
8:1.5 pm! Port and. Or l:4Spm
3:Bopm El l'aso and East ... 1:00 Mr
-8:00am l ..'i Riverside, r.. 9:55 am
9:15 am..! Lcdland , /.. I :O0 pr
ii::10 I>nr . f Fan Bernardino] .. 4:sopm
4:45 pm' . J aud Coiton 1.. 0:30 pm
8 tcoam 1 f 8 45 an.
0:15 am' | 9:55 an
2:30 pm V Pomona < I :l 0 pn
4:45 pin and I 4:50 pm
5:25 pm J Ontario V 0:30 pat
8:00 am Cbino 8:45 am
4:45 i m; " 9:">5 an.
5:25 pm. " «:30pn;
Hillllam! Covioa S:4sam
5:25 pml " 4:50 pn
-8:45 am; Monrovia 8:18 am
82:25 pm! " sl:tMpm
5:15 pm! " 4:20 pm
8:10 ami Santa Barbara 1:48 pr,
2:00 pm 1 .... " 10:10 pc
0:00 am' ) Santa Ana ( 9:02 an>
H2:oopm ....> and i sl:l7pm.
s:lopm i Anaheim f s:2opm
9*.r*saia ...i Wnittier r.... 8:10 am.
S2:oopm, ...J and J.... 81:17 pm
&:!«» pini....) Fulton Wella 5:20 pin
5:10 pml Tustln 9:02 am
11:15 am > Long Beach t... B:2lam
1:00pm....> and 11:15 am
5:05 pm 5 Snn Pedro ( 4:23 pm
9:05 am Sar.ta Monica 7:50 am
8:90 am
i 10:00 am •' 12:12 pm
'• a 4 :00 pm
1:10 pra ! " t4:3t>pm
5:15 pm' " 5:lo pm
0:15 pm .... •'
9:05 am .Soldlsis' Home. 12:12 pm
6:15 pm " 5:15 pc,
9:05 am, ... Port Los Angeles 12:12 pm
l:10aml... " •••• 5:15 pn
a «:3onm ! .. . Chataworth Park .. s 5:00 pm
chatswortn Park—Leave from and arrive at
River Btat'ton, San Fernando street, only.
s Sundays excepted, a Sundays only, f Sat
urday only. 1 Sal,inlay and Sunday.
TftK INSIDK TRACK.
Alls. P. Co. *s trains stop at First street (ex
cept tho lour Snn Francisco trains) and Com
mercial street (except 'he 8:1 a San Francisco
evening train), iit the business centor uf the
City, saving time and street car lares to pas
sengers. _
SAN f A CATALINA 1 LAND
Connecting with Wilmington i'ransportatlon
Company's t-ci-a-i excursion s earners:
Leave Arcade depot 0:15 a.m. Tuesday anc
Friday arid arrive from 11:15 a.m. Wednes
day and Saturday.
""Genet al Passt ngei Ofßoe, 239 8. eprlnc at
SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA
, RAILWAY
1 rn ' IIS lcav° a d arrive at
!:< 'a at>
r!^ll, ' wll ' , v avi'- station 7
mln {c * earlier westbound
» mt> & Jjj 9:ul * e * ve ~ »"in ute * later
The C;'an J Canyon of the Colorado
1b reached in no other way.
~~ CHICAGO ——
Through to Denver, Kansas I ity. Chicago, 91
Louis and East.
Leaves 5:00 pm. Ar ives 050 am.
6 V E
Through to Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, 31
Louis and East
Leaves 7.00 am. Arrive* 8:30 pm.
~fl A N™D lEG O TR A 1N&
; Leave 8:15 am; 4 :2.> pm.
j Arrive 1:20 pm; :45 pm.
KAN BERNARD'NO. REP I-A-NDS AND HTaff-
LANDS LOOP.
P -Leave 7 ;(K) am 9 [00 am ; 4:45 pm, 5:00 pea.
O— Leave al 1 ;15 am: 4:26 pm.
:P— Arnve 9:59 am, 9:55 am; al:00pm, B;3#
pm.
o—Arrive 10:15 4m; cfi :45 pm.
RIVERSIDE AND coV.iifN TKAiNi *"
T— L aye 7.(10 am, 9 .00 am ; 4 ,4ft ptu
O—Leave all:15 am; 4 ,36 pm.
P—Arrive al :00 pra; t»:30 pm.
; O—Arrive lt»:15 am ; ti :4S nm.
1 MONROVIA aW«A AND INTERMEDIATE.
Lenve 9:00 am: L:B6 pm, ffrilO pra, u.<:3o po,
(i :50 pm aab' :I5 pm
: Arrive a 7 .85 am. *< :55 urn, 9:50 am ; cl:00 pm,
; 8:65 pm, <> pm. _____ _______________
train*
Leav' 1 7:00 hm, 0;00 am; 1 ?t3 pm, 4:43 pra.
5 :00 pm, a 5 30 pm, a'i ,50 pm, aa6 :15 piftj
Arrive a7:.)5 am, 8:65 am, U :&ti am, Lt.j*
ajv _ aij»> ) [ in, 3:55 pm. *i:.to p.m.
ANAHEIM .KD SANTA ANA TRAINS
I.pavo 8:16 am; t2:00 pm, 4:25 nm.
Am ye m ; htn , T.;'.'(» pm. t»:43 pm.
RKDONDO BEACH I'RAINS
Leave OjOOam, l0:00am; l:Jopm, 6:25 pm.|
Arrive 8 :V!9 am, 11 ;50 am; 4 :40 pm, 6:10 pm;
b A Nf CM ( Ts U'~K AND O'TEAN PARK TRAINI*
Leave'J:CJo ura, 10:00 am, 1:20 pm, 5:35 pm|
Airive am. 11:50 am: 4 :40 nm. g ;10 ggy
'■ ' BAl>l JACl.Tl'u' AND'TEMEC.'LA TRAINi*
P—l cave a 9:00 aui. O— a 11:15 am
; P—Arrive q.l :0O pin. _ |
PALLBROOK TRAINS
Leave a.8:16 am. \i rive ati :45 pm.
i 8< ON DIDO TRAILS
Lea%e a-t :15 Am ; iina4 .25 pm.
Arrive a i :-*»■. aaatf :45 pm.
P—Tia Panadena; 6~vi""a Oranpe; C—
•Xt?ept Sunday from Hi r iiil» n 'l Loop: D —Siitft**
• day only from HitrJiland a—daily eat
cept Sunde.y; na -Sunday only; aaa—Saturday
only: all other trains ilaily.
for rates sleeping car reservations, etc., oaK
On or address E- W, McOEE,
City I'asaeuger and Ticket Agent. 12J Nortk
Bprt&g street and La Grande station.
Cipogi Mi TransatianHirae.
FRENCH LINK TO HAVRE.
COMPANY'S PIER (NEW i NO. 4S NORTE
river, foot of Morton st.. New York.
Travelers by this lino avoid both travel by
English railway and the discomfort oi oreNainJ
tbe channel in a Bmall b au
La Bourgoguc. August 3.
I n lournine. August 10.
1 La Normandie, August L 7.
La iiascogfe. August 24.
La Champajtie, August 3L
La Botireugne, September?.
La Toun.ine, September i 4.
La Gaseoqne, Keplember 21.
La Champagne, SoptemberSl
La Iloiirsosne, Oetuber 5.
LuToursiine. October L 2.
La Oaseojintf, October 1!»-
La Cbi«mi>agne October 2*S
] a Rourgogne. November 2.
I a Touraine. NovemLfer
New YorK to Alexandria, Egypt, Tia Part%
first elana SjlliO; second class, *110.
For freight or passage opn y to
A. FORGLT, Agent,
No. 2 Bowling Green, New York.
J. F. FUGAZI &CO , agenls, 5 Monigomefl
aye., ban PrancliOO. Tlokets ar« for salt hftl
I railroad anu unthip QfiGtii
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