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LOCAL FIELD OF COMMERCE
Strong Demand for Oranges for
the Holidays
THE SHIPMENTS TO DATE
Are Much Larger Than Those of
Former Seasons
The Prospects Are (lood for a Prosperous
Year—Canned Uoods Move Slowly
Though a Small Pack
During Saturday and Sunday seventy
carloads of oranges left Southern Cali
fornia for eastern points, and for tho sea
son to date fully 100 carloads have been
■hipped. The demand is strong and will
continue to be until tho last day on wbicli
fruit can be shipped from here with any
fair degree of certainty of arrival at its
eastern destina ion before Christmas. A
considerable falling off is expected after
that time, and a still greater diminution
of demand af tor the New Year's demand
has been tilled. After the latter date
oranges will be iv demand for eating pur
poses only, but as the orchards have been
ransacked with much thoroughness for
oranges even fairly colored, the demand is
likely to exceed the supply.
Tho season promises Ixuter.on the whole,
than any other which the 1 'alifornia orani c
grower has known. The Mexican crop was
bought up for dclitery diirimr the holiday
season, and is already very neurly disposed
of, the Jamaica product is still more nearly
disposed of and will cease to be a market
factor after the first of he new year; there
is no other fruit to compete with the Cali
fornia product except that from the Medi
terranean, and thul can only be imported
at prices which yield good returns to the
I'llci lie coast growers, us dealers last year
found to their sorrow.
The cold weather prevailing just now will
delay ripening, but that fact will produce
no evil effect neyond making the season a
little later.
Under the system pursued by the ex
changes 110 fruit will be shipped until it is
fairly ripe and ready for market; but when
it is ready it will he forwarded promptly,
thus avoiding an accumulation of fruit to
glut the market and knock the bottom out
of prices.
Canned Goods
The Cutting Packing company says that
the market is practically clear of extras
in everything but plums. Standard apri
cots are in full stock and large buyers
might make favorable prices. Exlra
peaches are about cleaned up; standards
are only in fair supply, and the market is
very firm; seconds are neglected, although
there is not much of a stock remaining in
first hands. Pears are well cleaned up on
all qualities. Plums, both standards and
extras, are in good supply, perhaps an
overaupply.
The company estimates the fruit pack of
tliis year at about 80 per cent of 1804. A
careful estimate of the California fruit
crop as a whole, including that used for
shipping green, drying aud canning, has
been made and ilxed at about 7',i per cent.
Taking all thess factors into consideration
and adding to them the ata is ics of the
pack throughout the east, it seems fair to
believe that stocks carried over into the
spring of 18i)ti oujht to realize cost and
selling expenses.
Tom sloes are quiet, and it is doubtful
whether the high prices anticipated by
holders in .Ictober will be realized. Ihe
pacK will doub less not exceed oo percent
of 1804, and not much movement is looked
for in any line oefore February.
LOCAL PRODUCE
Wholesale and Retail Prices, Corrected
Daily
Monday. December 16th.
The week opens with very brisk trade
in holiday line* and something less than
the average iv others. There is little
change in the prices ruling for a week past,
though poultry in very weak and the pros
pects favor a drop between now and
Christmas, instead of the usual advance.
Turkeys are in full supply and slow of
sale, while almost eveiy dealer in the city
has more chickens on hand than be knows
what to do with, isolations follow:
Eggs-Choice California, S7OI eastern, 22c:
Butter—Creamery, fancy, 2-lb squares, 7uc:
2*--oz squaies, Hoc: coast creamery, 28 oz
squares, u6o. Oair,, (anOY, "-lb squa es, tioc.
Green Fruits—Grape, — Cornichon. $1.00;
pea s, Sjl.u.i per box; raspberries, 12c per box;
straw bentes, 10 Cj tigs, Oc per lb: apples,
$ i,6(5,,3ui pineapples, $0 OJ per dozen;
bananas, f 2 20—2 7 • per bunch.
Vege abtes--Swe t potatoes, $1.25: green
corn, Toe per sack; cucumbers, Hoc per box;
tomatoes, boo per boki beets, 75c per 100 ibs;
caobages, 5> c; cairuts, 75c; green onions, 20c
perd zen; lettuce, lzialdcper dor, bunches;
onions, new whiu, 50c: yellow, »0($ -'O; tur
nips.Toe; string beu s, sc; summei squash. Hoc
per box; green peppsri, 7 c per lb; artichokes.
Soc perdoz; beans, lima, $2 73; navy, $2.10;
pink, $1.5 1—1.7 >; green peas, oc por lb.
Potatoes—Local, 50 .75c; northern, 75c;
Salinas, Ooc.
Poiltry Hen-, perdoz. $1.25'<»1.73; young
roosters. $4.0 n, 14, 75; old roosters. $4 uO;
broilers, $2. mm. ..To: ducks $4.50a>.50;
turkeys live, . li3>l2c per lb; geese. 75o0*p$l uO
per head.
Millstuffs -Flour, Los Angclea. $3.00: Stock
ton brands, $3.83; Oregon, $3.20; bran, per
ton local, $17. uO; northern, $15 80; shots,
per ton, local, $10.00; northern, $10.00;
rolled I.arley, per ton. $13.oO: o.ackeu corn,
perewt, One; 1 ed meal, per cwt, 06c.
Provisions—Hams, Hex, per lb, pic
nic, <4ioi boneless Oc.
Bacon, per lb, Hex breakfast. ll 1 ,'c; light
medium. 8c: medium, 7c.
Dried beef—l'cr lb, acts, lnc: imides, IIJ4O,
Dry alt pork—Per lb., clear be.lies, 8c;
short clear HV.'c; clear backs, ''..e
Pickled pork" Per half bbL, 80 lbs , $8.
Lira—far lb., ivory compound, tierces, s%<s;
rexollnc. ti'jr; pure leaf, 7.
Cottoleno—Tierces, »c.
Grain and nay—Barley, percental feed, GOc;
aecd, rioc. Corn-Per cental, 83c. Wheat -
Per cental. $1.05. Hay—Per ton, alfalfa, $1M»
$10.50; barley $7.iioySr'H.OO: wheat, »9.00(9
$io.on; tame oats, $oaO $io.(i .
Citrus fruits—l.cm lis —Uncured, $1.00;
cure ,$1.75(552.00 oranges—Per box, navels,
$2.75; seedlings, $2.00
Dried Fruits Apples—Sun 'tried, sacks, per
lb., 4 00; boxes, 3 7c; evaporated fancy. 7a
7'iC. Apricots—Fancy. Oc; choice Be. .aches
-Fancy unpealed. 4c; bleached. Sc. Nec
tarines-Fancy 8 ni9c; c ioi, c, U,s7a. Pars-
Fancy vaporated, 7((J(1c. Plums — Pitted
choice, 7<«9c; Prunes—choice boxed, 3(gsc;
sacks, 2((t)3c; fancy, lie.
Live stock — Hogs—Per cwt, $6. Beef cattle,
6 Mutton, 4!, c por lb. Veal, 5W «,7o
per lb.
Nuts—Walnuts— Los Angeles, 7c: medium
a/It. 10c; soitshell l.os Nietot fancy. I "6*l 'c
Almond"—-oft. shell, 10c; paper shell, 1 -o
fcard shell. Oc. Pecans—iMlSWo, Filberts.
Iti(ai2! a c
Hon<- and notawax Honey—Comb, lo'tm
11c er lb.; strained, .IJiftiHo. Beeswax 206*
22iperlb.
Hides and Wool—Sound holes, 1 per lb •
culls, TKOi sound kips, 8 o, culls. «c; bulls
and stags, tic; calfs, according to condition
10* 15c. Sheep pelts—36»6c Wool Noinln
allv. 2'.»4»5..
Cheese—California full cream flats, 1214 c*
Young America, 13' ac; hand, 14140; half
cream Hals, 7c; Young America. 7Vsc; hand
Bi.c Eastern—Cheduars and twins, 'Ma in
lin por ed Swiss, 2uc limb ir.er, 14 *15e;
book, [email protected]; Westphalia, 20c; Roqueiort.
41^c.
Fresh Me ts—Butcher.' prices lor whole car
casses. Beef—4! a nJ3!.iO per lb Veal-4<i»oc.
Pork—3 \(sßc
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Monday, Dec. IG.
E A and Ella A Humphrey to O DShearon
—Part lot 8, block 01 H 8; 11400.
George I cochran to Amelia David—Lot 15,
block 4 Herald's flrsteub-divlsion; $1.
Winnell T and Mary M Daltou to E E Brad
ley—Lot 15, block 5, George Dalton, sr., tract;
i 50.
William and Mary Gray to James and Sarah
T Gray—Lots 1 and 3, bock ,0, Glcndalc;
1500.
W II and Anna II Obear lo Harry A Biooks-
I.ot 15, block 2 > l.os AagelH Electric Railway
homestead; t'2so
Frederick K. snd Belle Clark to William It
Stoats—Part of lots 5 and 10, Mrs J II Hood's
suh-divislon: $dOOO
L J and Maud I, Beynon to Mrs Harriet M
La Dow-Lots 83 and 84 Wieseudangcr tract;
if 7(j 0.
8 A and Kiltie Butler to Charles M Itlm on-
I'art of lot I I block O, West Los Angeles; #SOO.
Moy McKee and A 11 Btinchcomb to Ella C
Stimson Beginning in west line oi Klngsle/
street S-i feet outh o north lineo'lot 12 block
O a West Los Angeles; BHOO
Ella 0 and M W stimson to Charles M Stim
son—bamo as above: .fSSO.
Ltd m Lai gstaff to Eliza Lee Ro^h a—As-
signment of agrecmant 957-J27- $1800.
8 and Susio E Washburn to (ira-e Olivia
Curtis—Lots 1 to 0 and 8, block 28, Alosta;
SSI.I) I
Solomon and Ella P Hubbard to Achlllo Bi
orcl - Lots 2 and 8, block (8, Electric Railway
Homestead association tract; $,00.
BIMMAItV
needs. - 3, r »
Nemflisl 22
Tola! *14,815.00
CHICAGO MARKET
The Day's Transact inns on the Board of
Trade
Chicago, Dec. I(s.—Wheat has ruled
rather dull antl decidedly weak, declining
gradually -,c from Saturday's close and
making but little recovery. Early trans
actions were very near to the close Satur
day, but there was a rapid break and be
fore noon the price had gone down fully
?h'c. The English cables were lower; do
mestic markets dull and heavy; the re
ceipts in the northwest were larger than
the same day last wock and 800 more than
for the same day last year. Wheat and
Hour on ocean passage increased 1,5'J0,
--000 bushels last week, and the world's
shipments wore unoillciaily reported at
8,000,000. The situation was made more
discouraging by the icports concerning the
visible supply. From the start it was evi
dent that most of the wheat which disap
peared last week was coming into siidit
attain, The llnal figures on the visible
supply showed a net increase of 11.048,000
bushels, where there hud been a decrease
of 117,0110 bushels the week before.
After selling oil' on this news there was a
little rally on tho report that the English
visible supply had decreased 1,708.000
bushels. May sold early a. sP'„(''idle;
gradually sold off to up to 51)%c,
and closed at that figure. Corn did not
sympathize very much with wheat. The
demand for through billed carloads was
iiuite active, and was the chief reason for
a degree of strength in the market. Uats
were active throughout the session, with
good general buying. The feeling was
generally linn, although at one time prices
were below Saturday's final quotations.
Provisions opened llrm and increased in
strength inversely to the weakness in
wheat. Covering by shorts was considered
the potent reason for the strong feeling.
The leading (u 1 ures closed as follows:
Wheal No. It— i ecember, sbV»c to
Jamiaiy, ollWo; Mttv, .ii); tt c to Corn,
No. 2—December, SaUq; January, 25Sio to
25*40! May, -B'v: U> 28 We; Juiy, -tie oats,
No. - — December, ltf9£oi May. lO'.^c
< ash quotations wero as follows: Flour—
Was Quiet. Wheat—No. it spring,:>u>, too7Jio:
No. 8 spring, 86 tostt|*c; No. 2 red, 60%
to6lWo Corn—No, H, SOtiOto 283£e. Oats
—No 2, 17c: No. - white. lfllj to No 3
wbl c. 18)40, lty—No , 33c. Barley—No. J,
nominal;..o 3, 22c lo 40c; No 1,2.c10 Sc.
Klax seed—No. 1, 94'« c. Timothy seed,
Prime, scj 50 r.f:i..v. Mess pork—Per barrel,
t"'ia.i:',. lard Per 100 pounds, ¥5.30 to
$5.22 short ribs sides—Loose. $4 10 to 4.40.
Dry salted shoulders—lloxcd, 4* to 4&c When
clear sides Hosed, 4M to 4 R s c. Whisky-
Distiller's An) bed goods, pert- lon, $1.22.
Floor Barrels, leosipts, 10.00 i; shipments,
0.000. Wheal—Musnel , receipts, -0,000.
shipments, 1 7, 00. (torn—Bushels reeelpta
202,00.1; shipments Si.oOO. Oats—Bushels,
receipts, -.01,000 sbipm ns, 185, 00. Kye.
- i ushels, receipts, BUOO, sulpments, 0000
Barley—Bushels, re-celpts, 50,000: shipments
88,000,
tin the produce exch inge today the butter
market was firm: creameries, 10c to 20c, dai
ries, 1 .c to 22c.
Eggs w ere Brm at Die to 22c.
Chicago Live Stock Market
CHICAGO Dec lU.—Trade was as good today
as could be expected during the period be
tween Thanksgiving and Curistinas. Beef cat
tle sold rather freely at #1 los 4 70| butchers
and oanners' active at stronger prices cows
and bei era,! iof3 The stock,r« and feed
ers blanch of the market was was only mod
erately active at unchanged prieea. In hogs
tho day's Ir-dingb gan >rlskou local packing
account, but east' m shippers were light pur
chas ra Prices w re ¥(.40 to ? i.OO and pigs
sold principally at s-:t. in to S 1.60
Sheep we c at fai.dy good demand from local
dres.eu 1 eef concerns at a basis of $i.50 to
3.00. Holiday lambi, 53.50 10*3.60.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
Call Board Prices—drain and Provision
Market
San Francisco, Dec t«.—Wheat—lnactive;
December, 99 »: May $1.05.
Barley—lnactive; May, 08-,'«.
Cora—Sß,
hrati-$13.00.
San ""rancisco, Dec. 16.—Flour—Family ex.
tins. $ . 35 vi.3d bakers' extra, $3 15m, 1.2 d;
s ,perlin«, $ 3"@ I 1 O.
Wheat—No. 1 sh lupine Stß'\: choice ship
ping. »> .0': milling. ■*Lls(ißl.o3J£.
B rlev-Feed, fair to goo J, 1,590b. 1 ,; choice,
67',; brewing, 7 6ijt*o.
Oats-Millln 7u .75; surprise, [email protected]',;
fancy feed, 806i;85; good tr choice, 67!,;ft}80 :
poor to fair. 57 (n> >5; black, lur aeed, $1,.0fl
$1.30; gray.63 to 75.
The receipts were:
Flour, quarter sacks, 23,533; wheat, cen
tals, 79,550; do. Oregon, 1,350; barley, cen
tals, 15.7oO; oats, centals. 1610; do Or gon,
1240; com, centals, 2195; beans, sacks,
1297; potatoes. sackß, ',2 '; onions, sacks,
12 '; bran, sacks, 175(1: middlings, sacks. Suit
hay, lens. 425; straw, tons 45; flaxseed,
sacks, ,34; wool, bales, 71; wine, gallons,
59,"80; hides, number, 4HO; raisins, boxes,
200.
Produc Market.
San Francisco, Dec. 14-31 (Idlings, $18.00 to
$21.00; brtn.sl2.sotosl3.oO.
Hay—Wheat, $-'.oii6>l2. 0; wheat and oat
[email protected]! 1.00; oat, $ [email protected]; alfalfa. $0 00
657.75; i.ailey, $0.5 AH 00; clover, $1. OX*
7.50; compressed, $0.50(411.00; stock, $5.u0
($6.00 per lon. Btiaw—3o(glHOo per vale.
Poultry—Live turkey,, L*iA Ie per lb;
roosters, old, $3.75(m4.00 per dozen; young,
*40 A1.5'1 per doz.; broilers, small, $2.50
Or 1.00 pr dozen! broilers, lar c, $3 [email protected] 100
per dozen: hens, $3.5"@4 50 per dozen;
ducka, $4 on<aii.oo geeso, pair, [email protected];
pigeons. $1.0 i(g)1.73.
Game—Duck, mallard, $2.00: teal, $1.00;
sprig, $2 6'; widgeon, 4150: white gi ese,
$1.2 1; gray geese. $2.50; small ducks, $1.25;
quail, $1.00; hare; [email protected] 25; Rabbits,
$1 50.
Eggs—Ranch. '276}29c; per doz.; store,''o®
24; eastern, 196*2ic; fan y eastern, 22 25c.
Butter—Fancy creamery, 2 @ sc; seconds,
22662.(c: fancy airy, 2 @ 30. seconds' I96i}
21c. Cheese—Choice to laucy, [email protected]; fair to
good, 76Jj9e; Eastern, 126*1 jljc.
Vegetable Market
San Fran isco, Dec 17. Vegetable quota
tions follow:
Potatoes—Salinas Burbanks, 606i8nc; river
Burbanks, 3'(isinc; Oregon Huibanks, ton*
i)sc; river r ds, 30® toe.; sweot potato*,. $ 00
I.Bu Onions—so 7uc per r-ack. 1 ream S'lUash.
20iu;25; tomatoes, 3", 10 00c; string beans, 7#
8c: green peas 4(S5c: peppers, green, 25«j
50c. dried U(giloc; carrots, BUA4OC gar.ic, 4
(j.'mj per lb; cabba.e, 30c per cental.
Fruit Market
San Franc sco Dec 16 —Orchard fruits and
berrie sold today at the following prlu a:
An les—No 1, [email protected]$l Oo per box; common,
(KJ6soe per box. Pears-winter Nellie $..25
@l 50 per box; other varieties, 40<S0n per
box. Cranberries, f 0.5 (15 2.00. drapes—
Imes- Mexican, a6.000M5.60 per
b a. California lemons—sl. 0(«l 25 per box
do., good to choi c, $1.50 '2.0 i| do. fancy,
$ .5 .($3.00. Oranges-Cali ornia aeed ings.
$ .50(11,2.1.0 per box; navels, [email protected]:I.O0;
Japane-e. fl.t o*l 80. Bananas- $1.9 (312.00
per bunch. Pineapple —$«[email protected],,0 1 per
dozen.
Liver por, I Market
Liverpool, Dec 16.—Spot wheat was quiet;
No. 2 red winter, 5s %d; No. 2 red s ring.
slocks exhausted: No. i hard Manitoba. 5s
2,, d; No. California, 5s 4d Futuies closed
steady to lower; In cemier and Janu
nry, 3s id; February, 3s3?id; March, 5s 3Ud:
April, 8s Ml May 8s 4'^d.
Spot 1 orn waa quiet American mixed, new,
«2j|d. Futures opened dull, closed steady.
k"*,< lower. December. 3s 2d; January, s
Id; February, Hi lWd; March, .is lj.-d; April.
3s }%d; May. 3s IKS. V '
Flour waa dull, with a moderate demand; St.
Loui fan y winter. 7s 3 1.
Hops al London—Pacific coast, £2 10s.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORXING, DECEMBER 17. 1895.
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Money Stock, Bond and PronVe
Quotations
WALL STREET SPECULATION
Active Dealing in Industrial and Rail
road Stocks
Tbe Market Closes strong at the Beat Figures
for the Day-Lively Trading
In Bonda
New York, Dec. 16.—The dealings in
stocks today were fairly active. Although
tho preponderance of activity was, as us
ual, in the industrials, the transactions in
the railway stocks assumed larger propor
tions than for some time past. Strength
characterized the movement in this depart
ment, Ihe delay in the public delivery of
the report of the sociotary of the treasury
was found to have detracted from its im
portance in a speculative sense. A sharp
demand soon developed for the coalers,
grangers, Vanderbilts and Denver and Rio
Grande preferred. Humors of reiterated
refusals in the large investors in the prop
erty to part with their interests were a
contribution toward strengthening factors.
The trade in the stock was usually active.
The opening waa rather irregular and
fairly active. A strong tendency in the
railroads, apparent in the initial deali gs,
was practically unimpaired throughout tne
day. The indus.rials moved in a rather
erratic fashion. The market closed active
and strong and at the best figures of the
day for the railroad list.
Trading in bonds was on a better scale
than usual recently and upon m advanc
ing movement. The abrogate sales were
$1,007,000. Atchison, Colorado and Pa
cific ttrsts and Denver and Kio Grande Im
provement fives advuncod 1 % per cent.
Closing Stocks
New YortK, Dec. 10.—The oilicial closing ouo
tatl ns for stocks Wert as follows:
Atchison, IBM; Adams Express, 147: Alton,
Tetre Haute. 0 ; American K:.press, 113; Bal
-1 mi.re & Ohio, 48; Canadian Faciflc, o>;
Canada Southern. 55; Central I'acilic, 0
Che*. Ai Ohio, I7i*i Chica<o Alton, 150; chic.
Bur. .t (Jul ey. 84: Chic. Gas,7J'.*; Co soli
datedtias, 591,: C.UC.aud St. 1.0ui5.4 Col
orado coal 4 Iron, 3'i, cotton Oil Certiiicales.
I7HI Del. Hudfou ,25",; D I. Lack A West,
107!4: H. St X.. G. pfd 40; 1 Istillers and Cat
tle Feeders Co., 19J&; Erie, 124; Erie pld., m\
Fort Wayne, 107; Ureal Northern pid. 115;
Chicago A Eastern Illinois pfd. 100; Hocking
Valley, 171*: Illinois Central, »J4| St. Paul &
Dulu h, Ml Kansas & Texa . pfd.. 32; Lake
Erie Si West 22; Same pfd , 74; l ake Shore,
152; Lead Trust, 81 '•.; Louisville & Nash
ville, 58| I.otilsvitl ■,t .sew Albany, !)'„: Man
hattan Consolidated. 108 M; Memphis ,v
Charleston. 15; Michigan C utral 10 : Mis
souri Pacific, 40: Mobile & Ohio, iVf, Nash
ville Chatt.. 75: National cordage, It.i; ame
pld.. i 3; N. 1, Central, 108*4; Norfolk tl
West pld. SJi; sorth American C0., !>%; Nor
them Fertile, 4; do pfd., 1 .'±; V. P.. Denver
& Gulf, 3',, tf. «. Leather. V. 8. Rubber,
3;(!1;U » Rubber pfd , HV i. American Tel.
Caole, 95: Sugar pfd., 971.4; U. s. cordage gtd.,
25it; Commercial Cable, 105; North
western, I"3U do pfd., 150, N. Y.
Central. V<o*i; N.Y. and New England, 55; On
tario & Western, 15V»:Oregon Improvement. 3:
Oregon Nay.. (7; Oregon Short Line <fc Utah
Northern. OKI Pacific Mail,B-%! Peoria Dec. Si
Evans. 3; Pittsbd g. IH7; l'ullman Pala c,162:
Reading, 87«: Rio Grande We icrn: 17; do pfd.,
40: Honk Island, ciUj; Bt Paul. BW; do pfd.,
121) ,; st Paul ,t Omaha, 42; do id , l-< ,;
Southern Paoltic, 23 »: Sugar Refinery. 103"„;
Tenn.Coalot ir n 84; Texas Paciiie. BY. Tol.
Si 0. Cen. pfd., 70; Cnion Pa.-Ific, iy t \ L.s.Ex
press, 42; Wabash, 8t L. & Pac.
,'„; do pfd,, Wells Ex
press. 100; Western Uuio , SSUj Wh elinst ,t
I. X , 13* i; do pfd , 41; Minn. .V St. Louis,
21 ; Den. <b RG. 13'<i;Gencr il Biectrlc 31.;
Natl Linseed, 20S; CoL Fuel* L 20M; do
pld.. 98; II & Tex. t en., ll,; Tol. A. A. &
North Micb., Ui Tol St. Louis iK.C, 7:
do pM , 15: otithern R.K.. 10H; do
American Tooacco, 73?<j do pel , 101.
Bond List
New YORK, Dec. 16. - ho following are the
closing quotations for the bond list;
V 8 new 4s reg. 12 ;do 5s reg, 115: do
5s coup, 115; do 4s re*, till do 4s coup,
I 11*444 ido 2s reir, 97; Pacilic 6s of '98 :)J;
Ala. clus-A, 1 104: do c.ass B, 110: do cla a C,
' Inl; do currency. 102; La. New Consols 4s,
I IOj; Missouri lis, 100: tt. Carolina Us. lilt; do
1 4s, 104; 8. Carolina non-iund. 1; Term. n w
j set6s,B!>; do 5s 103: old (is HO; Va. Cen
turies, 6 dodeferr d, H; Atchison 4s, 7TVii
do second A, 26' B ; Canada So. 2nds, 108; L&
N 4s, SliMl N.l'ac 3di, — ; U 8 new 4s
coup.l2l; Cen Pa ltic Ist*of '85, loti' j 1 Den &
R G7s,ll2t<: do 18,92..; Erie ac ondi, 73; G H
diSATs, 105; do ,s, Mhij II & T Cent s'.
do Os, 101; X T first 4s b5» B : do
sc oud 4s, BBS**! Mtnual Union 6s, 115; N J
cent tenl 5«, 119X1 Northern Pao Ists, 118? H ;
do seconds, tOoMI Northwest cmsois, 140'\,
ido 8 F deb sa. l<'.y, Kio Grande Weal lsts,
I 7-l 8 ; St Paul consols 7a, 129 do c & P W ss,
115.,; st L & I M gen ss, 8 U| -I L* SFgen
I 6s, '05»i:TexPac ftr-t. 86'i;dbs conds,2lVi.
Union l-acihlc 1 tsol'9o, lOv'-l: Wcit Shore
4s, 108; SO X E os, 96; O U N ss, llo'i.
Mining Shares.
Bah Francisco, Dec. 16—Official cloaing
prices lor mining shares were as follows:
Alta, 10; Alpha Coo., 24; Andes, IV; Bel
cher, 27; Bell Isle, - ; Best & Belcher, 80;
Bodie Con., 37; million, iO; Bulwer Con., 7;
Caledo iia, 6; "hailenge Co ~ 7: Chollar, 52;
Confluence, 115; Con Cal. and Va.,2.05: Con.
imperial, —; con. New York —; Or ,wn Point,
28; Exchequer; ft: Gould 4k Currle. 40; Grand
Prize. -1 Hale rfc Norcioss, 88; Julia, 2; Jus
tice,—. Kentuck Con., 3; Lady Washington
Con I; Mcxl an, 33- Mono, 0; Mb Diablo,
18; Navajo, —; occidental Con., 0 : < phlr,
12"'; overman, 9. Potosi, 53; Save • 33;
Scorpion. . ; -terra Nevada, 62; Silver Hill,
— ; Silver King —; Union Con., 45; Utah Con.,
4; Yellow Jacaet, 40.
Money Quota iona
New York, Doc Hl.—Money on call easy at
lis to 1 per cent; last loan, 1-; closed, 1 1 , to
2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4to »'a
percent, -terling exchange steady, with ac
tual business in bankers' bills at $4 8 (14 to
4.8 ■% lor demand, andf4. to 1 874< for
sixty ays. Posted rates, $4.8 to 1.89, and
$4 89., lb 4 DO. Commercial bills. $4.B»JJf.
Mlver certificates, nU} 3 to Government
bonds, seconds, registered, up '.. per cent,
others steady. State b rids, dull. Railroad
bonds firm.
San Francisco: Sight draftsS: telegraph 7U.
Lon.-on, Dec. 16.—Consols 107 5-lUu.
Gold for Shipment
New York. Dec. 16.-The total gold engage
ment by tomo row'a steamer and which ia
now being withdrawn irom the subtreasuty,
ia ir4,180,00 '. Tho shippers are: Heidelbach,
Ickelheimer <fc Co., fl.soo.oOn; Ladenburg,
Thalm n Sz co, $7*0000; 1. yon Hoffman &
(to.. 0.-.ouo, and Muller, Sclmll & Co., ifduo,
--000.
Muller Schall & Co.'s shipment will teln
gold coin,while the others will be In gold bars.
Silver Bullion
San Francisco. Dec. »«,—Silver bars Gb'c;
Mexican dollars, 03'i(<f> >3>aC.
London, Dec. IB.—silver 303-l«d.
Boston Quotations.
Boston, Deo. lb".—Closing Atchison, Wli;
Bell Tel., 203; Mcx can Central, llVii Oregon
Short Line, 7; ran Diego 3
Th* Lond m Mar et
New York, Dec. 10 —The Evening Post's
London cablegram as: The sett emonl has
been aafelv .- ncluded The markets oday
were quiet but of distinctly better tone. Con
sols rose to 10 % All other investment stock
were string. The speculative nvirkeis wore
also bette , eapecial t mines, on the c ssatiou
of forced sales. Americans were bette-. Re
pojts were put out bat they are going higher,
but this la rather discredited iv good quarters.
Norlolks ar* flat.
Visible Grain S ipplv
New York, Dec. IB.—visible supply of grain
Saturday December 14, as compiled by the
New York Produce Exchange, is as follows;
Wheat, it 8.380,0 0 bushels, increase, 3.034,
--00 ; corn ft, 07 000 busLiels, increase, 20,
--0(0; oata, ft 131,000 bush Is. I crease, 125,-
OtiO; rye, 1,65ii.0d0 nushels Increase 101,000;
barley 14 447, bushels, decrease 229,000.
Petroleum
New York, Dee 16.—Petroleum easy;
United closed at $1.30 bid.
Very
Pretty D.shes
VERY
Cheap Prices
CUPS AND SAUCERS
Bluo. Brown and Rich Gold Sprny Deco
rations.
Sets of 12 places —
50c, 55c, 65c, 80c per Se
DINNER SETS
60 Pieces complete for six persons,
Pure White, Bine, Brown and Rich Gold
bpray Decorations.
Prices per set—
3.7S 4.3S 4. 75 5 >S o 535
DINNER SETS
100 Pieces complete for 12 persons,
Pure While. Blue. Brown and r.lch Gold
Spray Decorations,
Prices per set—
5. so 6. 75 7. 75 B.'° 9. 9 °
WATER FETS (8 pieces, glass) 40 cts
TEABKTS « pi cub, glass) 35 cts
BOL'yUET HOLDERS, little beauties, each, luc
great pm |nig p {jo:s
PAB ADEV A, 34 North Fair Oaks aye.
RIVER-IDE, IKI Main st.
BANTA ANA. 21' East Fourth st.
FAN BERNARDINO. 421 ITlird St.
RKDLANUS, U East stlite st.
HEADQUARTERS, 52 MARKET ST., S. F.
operate 100 stores and agencies.
Wrilo for catalogue.
The Agrarian
Laws
Could do no more than the
Herald in its now famous di
■ vision of land amongst the peo
! pie. Any person who is now,
or will become a yearly sub-
I scriber to The Herald, will be
\ entitled to a lot in The Herald
j subdivision in the town of
Lancaster. No additional
charge except $1.00 for nolarv
fee.
The following letter to the Herald from
the editor of the Lancaster Gazette shows
the character of the lots the Herald is
giving free to subscribers:
"A good thing—push it along"—the
Herald combination proves to be a good
thing. I received two more subscriptions
today from those who want the Gazette,
Heraid and the Lancaster lot. So hurry
up that new map. The fact that those
living here desire these lots is sufficient
refutation to the zealous charge of some
newspapers that the lots are worthless,
alkali, fake properties. Both lots taken
today are by Lancaster business men and
one of them wishes to improve his lot at
once. Our principal well borer was in
my office yesterday. He has put down 12
artesian wells in the last month. He au
thorized me to put an advertisement in
my paper that he would secure artesian
flows on the Herald addition to Lancas
ter at one-half the usual price. He knows
as we all do that the water supply for
i both surface water and artesian water is
abundant and easily gotten. A man of
fered to dig a well on one of these lots
for ts and take the subscription to the Ga
zette as part pay.
More alfalfa will be put in this season
than was in the valley altogether before.
There also will be hundreds of acres set
to fruit trees in the valley this year. The
7200 acres of growing fruit trees are so
healthy and thrifty as to give the greatest
encouragement for future planting. In
another week the work will be begun at
Palmdale according to a contract signed
last week, by which the flood waters of
Little Rock creek will be stored. The
Coles will push the work and expend
$100,000 in the system which will bring
several thousand more acres under culti
vation in that section.
Altogether the future for Antelope Val
ley looks very promising. Yours respect
fully, W. S. MELICK,
Editor Gazette.
A Useful Christmas Gift
The New No. 2
SMITH-PREMIER Wtm»
Is just ihe thing to fl 1 the bill and make your
hoy or girl happy
More used In Loa Angeles- than all other
makeaoombined. Kecoic mended uy everybody.
LEO. P. ALLAtNJcR & &H0„ Qenenl Agtots
WM. H. E HAYWARD, Mgr..
Tel. 794. aid S Broadway, l.oi Angeles.
San Pranctsco olßoe, 218 Sansome ar
■.L'JlllUgsilimiftWn^jl
M^T" Aiwbli bi llronrh.lis; Through r.tu>i>»l ami rtuoiablt theo. i ai
■"Kvlgoilb-f entire Medical Profession. ItliupalaUbUMMilkorT<o<i<>j
y DR. GORDIN'S CHOCOLATE EMULSION
I tie Ellxlrof Life" for the Lv nits Tlirojit ft Blood,
■ St $1 00 a Bottle ALL DRUCKIISTS
< -Owns Onaranteeii 221 Davis SI..S. F
Beauties Beauties Beauties
Not tbe beauties that wear tho Bloomers,
nor the trailing skirts, but
Anita Cream
Which Beauties the Complexion
jff* mmt f * Mll " 11
of Flavor'
Their Pink Wrapper Vaailla ChocoUi. is a
favorite for Eating aH Driaking. Grocer
c.-vwhere.
PERRY, nOTT & CO.'S
LUMBER YHRD
AND PLANING MILLS,
116 Commercial at,. Los Angelas, Cat, 1
Act almost instantly, speedily (Wring the
most obstinate cases. Rheumatism cured
in from 1 to 3 days. Dyspepsia and al!
Stomach troubles quickly relieved. Catarrh
positively cured. Headache cured in 5
minutes. Nervous diseases promptly cured.
Kidney troubles, Plies, Neuralgia, Asthms
and all Female Complaints quickly cured.
Ifunyon'a Vitalizer imparts new lif* and
Vi£or to weak and debilitated men. Ask
your druggist for a 25-cent vial of one of
Munyon's Cures, and if you arc not bene
fited your money will be refunded. This
Company pu's up
A cure for every disease
DR. S. R. CHAMLF.Y
CANCER AND TUWOR SPECIALIST
22 year*. No knife or pain. Co ■ c whi - they
pre small. No pay till cured. 68 page bonk
fret*. Offlo6. 211 W FIrst st. ; Canoer tin-pi tal,
• 10W lenth st., l.os Angetca Cal. Send to
some cue frith cancer.
DR. WONG RIM, who practice! medi
cine in l.os Angeles ior -O years, and
whose oflice is at HS9 Upper Main Htree'. will
treat ht m dicinc all d leases of wom< n, men
and children ihedoctnr claims that he has
I remrdifa th*.:are superior to all other* as a
specific for tro iblus of women and men. A
trial will convince the Pick t at Dr. Wong
Him'a remedies are the -out cfhVacious that
can be presenbed. Dr. Wont? Him isa Chinese
physician of prominence and a gentleman of
responsibility-. His reputation is n ore han
well established, and ail persons needing his
cervices cm rely on his skill nd ability. A
cure ia guaranteed in every OMB ii which a
rccorery is possible. Herb mcd cine* for sale.
DR.WONGHIM
HERB DOCTOR
639 Upper Main St., Los Angele
LINES OF TRAVEL
§unset Umjted
Season of 1805-96,
WILL RUN
TJIiZICB X MEEK
BETWEEN
son Francisco, los Miles and m Orleans,
OVER THE GREAT
SUNSET ROUTE
Leaving San Francisco
TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
Los Angeles,
Wednesdays and Sundays
First Trip From Los Angeles,
Wednesday, Nov. 6, 189$
The moat complete, mcOrn, elegantly
equipned and perl ctly aranged Vestibule*
Tr nscontlnsn al Train In America. New
equipu an;, especially designed and built tor
this service
Direct <o'flections in New Orleans for aH
Eastern points. Quick time.
pACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
Ooodall, Perkins St Co , (ieneial Agents, Sao
Francisco.
Northern route< embrace lines for Portland,
Ore,. Vict rla, B C, aud Puget Sound, Alaska
and all coast points.
SOUTHERN ROUTES.
TIME TABLE FOR DECEMBtfR, 1895.
LEAVS S.«N FRA CISCO.
____ _
Ion Harford S. 8. Corona, Dec. 1, 9, 17,
Santa ttarbara 25; an. J.
ftedondo
Port Los Angeles... & s. Santa Rosa, Deo. 6,
Newi" r. 13, 81, J9; J au . v,
ran Diego
s, S. St Paul Deo. 7, IS
East San Pedro ijg, 31; .lan. 8.
ban Pedro und wai'.s. p Eureka, Uec. 3. 11, 19,
porte | 1 L Jau_4.
LEAVE POUT I.OS NOKI.E-t AS , REO ND '.
IS. K. hania Rosa, Dec 7,
For— 15. itg, 3,; Jnn 8.
San Diego ,S. 8. i ornns, Uec 3. 11, 19,
I jff; au. 4.
For— IS s. Santa - Ho<a, Dei. 1,
San Francisco, | 9, it, •»*; tan. it,
Port Ha lord. ... its. 8. Corona, Deo 8, 13,
Sanla B-rbara. j 2 , I); Jau 8,
»AVK AS I KDKO ANO HA T~B~ PE ro
For— IS. 8. KuVeka7Tje6ni~ r iT
Sau reticiseo audi '2, But .mi. 7
way purls jS. 8 .S . Paul, Dec 3, 10,
I ts, 0: Jan .
ttar- to zo meet with sTeirae s iria San Pedro
leaves. XX. (Arcade depot) il ft.lOD, m.,
aud Terminal H. X t(*p -t hi p m.
i urs o cutineet via Kedoado leave -ama Fe
depot at i 3na m . or Irom Itedondo Railway
depot ut BHJ a. m.
0, ra to connect via Port Lo. Angeles leave
S P. K. It. depot al 1: op m. ior sleauie-s
nnrth boun I,
Plans o steamers' cslilna at aceni's oHlc ,
wner* bertha may be seeureii,
Ibe company reactvts tne rlgnt to change
the steamera oi th tr-layso; satin,c.
For passage or Irel hi a. unove, or for tickets
toan from ail iiuportaut points in Europe,
apply to W. i'AKKIs Agent,
Ofliuv: 12314 *• Third St, Los AogeUM,
SECURITY SAVINGS RAVK
,ND TRrm COKT.Ni
148 o Main st, near second.
Capital Paid In »l 'O.Oia
Five per cent interest psid on term de eslta
Money .oaned on Brst slass real estate only
Directors-J. F Barter*. Pres.: Maurice ■
■ellman, V.-P.; W It. Lougyear, Cashleti
■email W. Hellman, H. J. Fleiac man, M. L
Fleming, ]. A. Graves, ft A. Shaw,J. v. Shank
lead, F, O. Johnson. W. Ia (litrea,
LINES OF TRAVEL I
SOUTHERN" PACIFIC COMPANY. ""
TIME TABLE—NOV. i*, 1893
Leave tor DESTINA lON (Ar. Irom'
Eaatbonnd , a „_„,, ~.,„,, tw« t bond
Sun Wcl \ Si nset Limited S Wed & sat
oinupm S »«W Orleans J ?:l ,pm i
We I. bou'd j B t Fas b iinul
Wed& sai tunsct Limited S <*l.i *U
8:18pm S tan Ira ciaco ( SSopfi
2:o. r , pm [B. Fran. .SHi-rumentOf 7:3oam
S:2Apm land East, via Ogdenl 10:o0am
B:2Spra — Port and, or 10:00 am
it:Bopm —El Paso and East IrOOpm
; 7:50 am
7:.,0 am .... •« 9SJOaiB
B :23 am .... " |S|lS
l'.'!2opm •• 10:40 am
a 1:80 pm ■' 1:85 pm
inft pm '* h a : 10 pm
b \lO pin " 8:05 pm
" i 6:35 pm
B.'OOaui ..i Riverside, t,\ "9*sam
0:18 am .1 ltedlaud ,J .. 1:00pm
2:3opm f" San Bernardtool .. 4:45pm
4:3opm ..J and c' ton 1.. U::!spni
li:utiam j Pomona f 1 Bbo am
10: l. r ) am | j 9:5 .am
SI :30 pm and llOOpm
4 -.:iO pm j I .. ..1 4 A-> pm
BiSOpm ..J Ontnrio \ H;SS pm
8:110 am Chiuo B:soam
4 (SO pm ... '• 9:o.» am
5 .Uu pm " : 0:3.*, pn
BilM'tm Covlna B:.">oim
5 :3o pm ; 4 :4 "» t m
9:ooam Monrovia 1 B:lSam
si :4.i pm ' 512:17 pm
6|lB pm " 1 4U15 pm
B:3'am Santa Barbara ! IV:sspm
4:ispra ... * . .1 B:,opm
9:o'' am \ Santa Ana ' 9 oO nn
SSlOOpn \ and J .... si: Ir, pm
fttospm ) Anaheim t ' s:2opm
)o:o3am .... Whittier t....\ 8:0:1 am
S2:oopm . 5 and ? . . ll :15 pm
6:00 pm .., Fulton Wells <....] s:2opn
s:o' pm Tusiln | 9:ooam
9;lssm . ..) Long Beach c ■ S:2oam
1 :0t) pm ....> and J.... 11:15 am
s:lopm 5 San Pedro t ... S:IS pm
B!03 am Santa Monica
a 10:t)0arn " 7:43 am
" 8:no am
1:10 pm " 12;1J pm
8:15 pm " a 4 :i>o pm
BilO pm " 5:10 pm
9i03 am Soldiers' Home 11:12 pm
8:16 pm " 6:HI pin
9:5 am Port Los Angeles.... 13:12 pm
1:10 pm ... " 5:10 pm
.sit:2o am Cliatswortli Park... Tl4:47pm
Chat«worth Park— T cave rrorn and arrive at
River.S at ou. San Fernando street, only.
ssuuaays exeepted. a buidays only.
Ii wsduesctay and Saturday.
tiiu imroß TRACK
Alls. P. Co.'s trains stop at Firttstree* (etc
cept the four san Francisco trains) and Com
mercial street (except the 8: 5Sa-i Francisco
evening train', in the business renter ot too
city, saving time and street cur fares to pas
sengers.
SANTA CATALINA t «LANI>
Connecting wiih Wllmlnglou I'ransportation
Company s 01 ea'i excursion s earners:
Leave Arcade depot 9:15 a.m. 'tuesdayand
Friday md arrive from 11:13 a.m. Wednes
day ai: 1 Saturday.
Gene, al Passenger Oflice, 22!) 8. Spring st.
LOS ANGELES Hi RY
I.N EFFECT NOV. 18, 1895
Los Aogelesdepots: East end First street and
Downey-avenue nrldges.
Leave Los Angeles for [Leave Pasadena tor
Pasadena. Los Angeles.
n 7:10 am B 8 10 am
c 7: in am c 8:30 am
A 9:inam a 10:25 am
A 11:3 oem a 12:40 pm
A 3: :0 pm a 4:33 pec
i A 5:2 >pm A BIOOpB
Pownev-avenue Lcav ug t me 7 mi tutes la er
Between Los Angeles and l'aia icn* -Roau-3
trip 25_cents.
Leave Los Angeles for 11-eave Aitadeua Juno-
Aitadena Junction. tton for Los Angeles.
A 0:10 am a 10:10 am
cll:3oam c l":2n pm
A 3:30 pm I a pm
All trains star from First-street depot.
Leave Los Angeles for.LeavetiiendAle for 1.0
Glendale. Angeles.
B 7 :05 am I B 7 :57 am
c 8:20 am ! c 9:13 am
All (83 pm j a 1:27 pm
A_5 :'is pm. .. <_■■_ '.. a 5:5' A pni
Leave Lbs Ancelm'tor Leave East" San Pedro
I.'ing Beach and East for
San Pedro. Los Angeles.
A fl :0 i pm a 7:-0 am
A 1 :!0 pm Al0:3O am
A 5:00 pm a 3:43 pm
Between Bast San Pedr - and Long Beach 10
minutes
Ri'BIO CANYON AND I.CHO MOUNTAIN
Tri'ins leave os \nccles dally at 9:10 a.m.,
ell :3na.m, and a 3:30 p.m
Fine pay Hon and hotel. Grand scenery.
Telesi'ope and searchlight.
A Dally, b Dally except Snndaya 0 Saa
daysonly. DSaturdays only.
! Stages meet th. : o a m train at Pasadena
j for Kit, Wilson on new trail
Passengers leaving f/>s vn%ales oi the 7:lt
I a.a-. train (or Mt. Wilson can return same daft
Special rates toaxcurslonsand picnic ptrues.
Depotseas enaol First street aad Do.vu.f
avenue bridge".
City fckot ofP.oe, Greenewald's cigar stvn
eerner Second and Spring streets.
Several ofliees, First-sireel depot.
T. B. BURNETT, General Manager,
j W. WINCIM' Hen. Passenger Agt.
STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY
OF LOS ANQEL.ES
CHPITHL PKID UP IN COLD COIN $500,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Interest paid on tim* deposits W t act as trustees, guardtaus, administrators, ot*
Safe dtposit boxes for rent.
DIRECTORS ANH OFFICERS:
B. J. WOOLI.ACOTT. President; J. F TOWILL, First Vice President: WARREN GILLBT.m.
Second Vie President; JOHN W. A. OFF, ashlar: M. .1. I.BWI, Assistant o<sblM
GKOR ,E H. BDNi BRAKE, B. F. POttTJSB, F. C. HOWES, R. H. HOWBLU P. at. OBJUUK
W. P. GARDNER. B. F. BALL
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
Farmers' and rierchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Cal.
OanitaJ rnatdnni 8800 000 11. W, Ilel'mau. President; II W. Hellman,
capl al (paiuup) I'"" „| ice-President: II J. Fleishman, Cashier; G.
Su plus and reserve • 430,000 | Hellm in, A sistant Cashier
Diiectors—W. H. Perry, O. W, Ohilds, I. W. H llman, Jr., G. S Thorn, v. Ducommun, II ft.
Hellman, A GlMsell, T. L Duque, 1 W Hellman.
Special collectiou department Correspond.nee invited. fiafe deposit boxes lor rent.
THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA
I AT LOS ANOhLKS
DIRECTORS.
O. H. C 'URCHILL, JOHN WOLFSKILL. GEORGE IRVINE, W. S DE VAX,
K. F. C. KLOKKE. M. H SHERMAN. N. \V. S i OWELL. T E. NEWLIN,
O. T. JOiINoON, KUED O. JOHNSON, JOHN M. C. MARBLE, JOHN E. MARBLE
A. HADLEY
OF LOS ANGEI.ESL
• v V ,"!;' !8- d l "d l I'toOtsovar 230,00' '
M. Ei.1.101 I, I'ie-ideui
VV.G KESCK HoFF V. Pres't
FBA.SK a. Giß-<)N Ca,hier.
G. B BHAFFER, Ata'C Cashi
biaatToKS'
i M Ellllott, J. D. «lcknelL
f ry. H. Jevne,
* "oker, W c. Patterson,
Wm, n. Ke.ckborl.
t£t!St*9 lb"."wnk B"**'8"**' P """" > ' i d<,!,o »'
i 1 ERMtrl-AMERfAH SAVlNfla B'Wlf,
• or Main and Fiiat ill, lm Angel**, Oal
P- v,, capital a>.00,000 no
surpiiispaq undivided profits 37.4 >0
V ctor Pon*t Pre ld*nti L. W. Blinn, Mm
I e-pr*kld*ni: C. s Flint, 8 cond Vice- resi
',i M. K. Averi. Casiii r; p. H -cliumacber,
tla hier ir cor Dr. losepb Kurtj,
IV. 111-n-i, tlgo -'uiier. c.N flint, 11, W.
ill, M. s Averv. c Mode. Vie or I'o iet. I.
I, iitian, Em n el F.vrnud. 1- tore lal lo.ted
in lap lit*, M no. loaned on rcai es.a.e.
| <):- ANGELES NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES S-^fOSITOKT.
Capital fkoOO.OOO
-urplus 37 nOO
Total ffo3- *Oo
GEORGE H. BONERRAKK... . .Preside,.
WAKItt- NOII.I J.LKN ... Vie.-Preside*
F. C. HOOVES Cashle
i. W. COB Assistant Cushlt
DIRK "TORS:
George H. Fonebrakr. Warren Gillelen, P, b
Cite , Charles A. Ma riner, W C. lirown. A
W. ranclsco, E. P Johnson M. T. Allen, F. C
Howes
This bank has no deposits ol *ith*r th
county or cit treasurer, and iherafore no pre
lured creditors. i
j LINES OF TRA VEL
J- —T southern"*
CALIFORNIA
x RAILWAY
Trains leave anc arrive a)
,'■ --" Trti'-iif- via I'as-idcna ar
*3^-^rW r ' rive ow:.i*y-ave. station 7
t ' earlier we a bound
ano leave 7 minutes later
ca«tb >und.
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado
la rctu'lici) iv uu other way
CHICAGO LIMITED -DAILY.
Through to Dei ye , Kaunas City, Chicago, St.
l.nuu anil .ho Ea-t.
Leaves 8 :00 pm. Arrives tl: ».'* pm.
CHICAGO EXPRESS—DAILY
Throug )to Denver, Kansas City, Chtcago, St,
Louis' ami Katt
Leaves 7:10 am. Arrives 6:00 pm.
-\N DIKCO Til.* INS.
Leave uU:o«aiii, 5: Orm,
Ar lye ai ;05 pm. 7;18 pm.
BAN BERNARDS i 1 RAINS
I'—Leave 7:10 am, 8:-0 am , t> UO am, 4:00
pm al: 40 pin 8:00.
O—Leave all;*K)am, 5:20 pm.
F—Arrive 8:65 am. a:»: 4-'» am. §1:00 pm,
daily 5:00, 0: fi pm. 0:*0 pm,
o—Arrive 11 :oo urn, 7:15 pm.
RIVERSIDE AND RKDLANDS TRAINS,
P—Leave : 10 am. 8:10 am, 9:00 am, 4:00
pm. 4 ,45 pm.
I 0- Leave »I l :*>fl am 5:20 pm
P— \ rrive a:t:4s am. al :00 pm, daily 0 :00 pm,
o: R pm, ti :00 pm.
0 Arrive 11: X) am, 7:15 pm.
MO ROVIA AND INTERMEDIATE.
Leave 8:20 am, .35 pm, 4:00 pm a ."»: io pm ,
Arrive »i7;j-> am, 9155 am, al iO I pm, 1:15 pm,
ti ;50
PASADENA AND AZUBA TRAINS
t Leave 7:1" am 8:20 an, ',■:«'<.» am 1 ::(."• pm,
4:OU pm, si i .45 pm. a 5:30 pm, H oo pm
Arrive a7:-s am, am, uO :•..*» a n, a ;00
pre, 4 :15 pm, daily 5:00 pm, B;o5 pm, 0.50
!>m.
AN All KIM AND SA NT A ANA TRAIN?
Leave 8:00 am, a 9:00 am, 4 :'i pm, 5:15 pm.
ArriveB:s0<>m, a 1:05 pm, 5:05 pm, 7:15 pm.
H I>on DO BEACH TRAINS
Leave9:soam 4:sopm,
Arrive 9.?9 am, 4: 10 pm.
SANTA MONICA ANDO<*EAN PARK TRAINS,
leave7:l am, <o:"0 am, 4 :50 pm.
Arrive 6 :55 am, 4:40 pm, tl:85 pm.
IM'. [UM AND -AN .lACINT-- TRAINS.
P— cave at 7:10 am, a L'»oam. O— all: 1 Oam,
j P—Arriveal :00 pm, a 0:05 pin. O—al > :00am.
ELAINORK AND TEMK I T i,A TRAINS.
P—Leave a9:O > am. o—all :00 an,
P—An lye a :00 pm. O—a. 1:00 am.
F CON DIDO TRAINS.
Leave a 9: 0. i,a5:20 pm. Arrive at 1:05 pm.
FA' LBROOK TRAINS.
Leave aO .00 am. A. rive t7;ts pm.
P -Via Pafedena. O—Via Orange, a—Daily
except Sunday. All finer tralm daily. Chica
ne limited Will nut stopat Downey avenue.
For rates, sleeping car roserv - tlons, etc , call
on 0 1- add revs E. W, McGEE,
City passenger and ticket agent,
120 North Spring st and La Grande station.
Sii Gii ISIS
FRENCH LINK TO HAVRE.
COMPANY'S PIER (NEW t NO. 43 NORTH
river, loot oI Morton «t., New York.
Travelers bj this line avoid both travel b,
English railway ana the dl.ooaat.tt al iniataj
die channel in a small boat.
La Bourgogne, August 3.
La Touraiue. Anglllt la
i La Normandie, August 17.
LaUascog' a. August 24.
La Cbampafne, August 3L
La Bourgogne, September?.
LaTouraine, September 14.
LaGascogne, September it.
La Champagne, September Mt
La Bourgogne, October S.
LaTouraine, October 12.
La Oasrogne, October 19.
La Ci.ampagne October 2S
I.a Bourgogne. November 2.
LaTouraine, November W.
l,~»w Yorn to Alexandria, EfTVI, Tit Psn%
■nt class Sl«0; second class, SI 10.
For ireight or pa..." fflfa
No. 2 Bowling Oi.en, New York.
J. P. FUGAZI A CO., agents. 5 Mon gameffl
are., San Francisco. Tickets ar. tor sal. by ad
1 fsilread and steamsblD omcea
! Redondo Railway
j DEPOT: Grand aye. and Jetierson st
In effect Sim. Thursday, Sept. 2fl, 1893.
Leave Los Augeles Lecv. Kedondofor
for Kedundo. LO3 Angeles.
8:10 a.m. Minday only t*:4s a.m .Sunday only
StOoa.m daily 7 (SO a.m. dttlr
1 :33 p.m. dally 10:45 a.m. dally
8:43 p.m. dally 4 :30p.m. Q.ily
For passenger and freight rales apply at
depot, corner Grand avenue and JoSeraoa
street, 'phone, W.at 1.
1 L. T. GAKKSBY, Pr.sldant.
1 J. N st'TTUN ,t,.-,.-i.i>» .lo*,.
[UNION BANKQFSAVINGS
CAPITAL PAID IN £28,600
223 S. Spring SI., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
OFFICERS AND OIfttCTORS
M. W. Stimson Wm. Fcruuson Ui. E. McVag
Piest. V,,v l',e-i i'.thitr
C. G. Harrison S. H. Molt R. M. Halter
A. E. Pouieroy S. A. Butler
PAID ON DEPOSITS
MERCHANTS' NATION At
rormeny....
South*** CatirunntA Nimn Bam
101 S. spring tv, Nadeau Blk
W, I* GRAVES. Prealta*
WILLIAM r. BOSBYSHELL ... Vtoa-President
C. N PI.INT Cashier
W. H. UoLLIDAY Assistant rashtor
Capital, p>ld in gold coin «2J*> 00}
Uu p. us and undivided mollis . i.ooß
Authorized capi.il SOO.Ct*
I IHKi.rolis:
L. N. Breed, H. T. New.ll, William H AT'tf
Ellas Holiiiau, W. li. lloiildai, Hm. F. Bosbr
(hell. W L.Graves, Frank Radar, IX Basalt*
Ihoui.s uoas,*.. P. Bosbyshel,.
MUN' STI EET -AVISOS BA X AND
TRUMT COMPANY, Junction o( Mala.
8p rinr and Tempi* atresia lain pie Block)
Author zed capital 20',00f
Capital] aid Up BIOO.OM
Five per cer.t paid on lerm depo«lia
Money loaned on real estate only,
opricsaa
T. L. DCQUE, Pres dent
L U. VAN Ni. VS. Vice-President,
J. V. WACUi'JtL. Caaklas
_ _ „ . DIRICrORS.
B. ™ Hellman, J il Laukerehtm,
LN VaiiNuys, o, 'I, John.on.
Kaspare u'oliu, H W. v' Meiveny,
W. G. Kerekhoff, T v L>uo,u*.
Abe Baa*
LOS ANOEI.K3 SAVINGS H INK,
23d N. Main st.
I- >. Plater, Praa li. W. Ilellman, T-Pms
W. 51. Caswsll. Cashier
Dtreot*rs-L W. Hellmau, J. fc. Plat**. B. V,
Bellnun L W. Hellman, jr., W. It, CaawalL
Interest paid on dep<i«i". UaaartaiMa ti
*s>at-#:la«« raal aerat'
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