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FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
ftattttof adrarttasments under this class!fica-
Mon- I time, 5 cents per line; 1 week, 35 cents per
Hue; 1 month, si per line.
City Lots
Ijsoll SAI.P!— 511KW F'flll A LOT SOxISr) ON
' north side of Ocean View aye., within (Hm feet
•f Alvarado st.; all street Improvements (grad
ing, gnu ellna, cemenl onrb, cement sidewalks and
ropbTestona gutterl paid (or; thtslsone of the
highest ones in elevation, bui tie- lowest in price.
In the Nob Mill tract; the adlolnlng totlsheld in
..•one; the owner aaya aall, aari you can pro HI by
ftlalnstruction! 10 me; the view frotnMil* peftto
ularlol is die tin,-si ihiu can be obtained from
erijr ao-fbot lot In this city. I am not saying the
lore cheap—l'll leaveyouto say ihit when you
see It. Remember, only spun, and tin- above- '
named Improvement! nil paid for. LKONARB j
MKItKILXi, sole agent, 241 Bradbury blk, a
17AOB BALE—A CHOICE LOT ON BONBALLO
rave,, near Twenty-first st.; all Improvements,
grading, graveling, water, sewer, cement
rurtis and walkl in and paid for. Price lower
than any other lot op the LIfiOK
AKD MURRILL, 240 Bradbury blk. ID
1,-IOIt SAMi-MI'ST 111; MOLD BKFOHK
. April I,one of the best. located lots lv the
Crmiton tract, on Clinton ave*t it aoes cheap for
cash: au exceptionally good bargain. Address
oWNF.It, postomce box ."it;.",, city. I!
InOB SALE—|UO; lot MztiS, TWENTY-
N I NTH st. near Main ;si reel graded and sew
ered. UOWEN.EBEBLE<tCO.,I«M. Broadway. IS
FOB BALE—TO LIST VOI R PROPERTY
for Sale, or rent you property already lisled.
1.. 11. patty, 121., s. Broadway, 21
.) Bl y, BELL OB EXCHANGE PROPERTY
•mi (if any kind to 10 BEN WHITE, 221 \S.
first st. 10
•»/,-HO('MK AND LOT. WOLFBKILL
■71 OU tract. BEN WHITE, 22t W. First
at. SO
tl' 1 /liTkfk-I'OT. HANOVER ST.: HA II
!B IUUU gain. BEN WHITE, 221 W. ITrst
Si. 30
CTA/J *• l\— 4-ROOM. LABQE LOT. 810 BAR
<S"")f)' f gain. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First at.
20
X/"i—LOT, HINTON AYE.; TERMH TO
JjPOOU soil. BEN WHITE, 221 W. First si.
20
iIK I C\l\C\— DO-FOOT LOT. SAND ST. BEN
J*>-M lUU WHITE. J2I JV- FIRST ST. a,
. , .» S/1--LAROE LOT, Hot Til BIDE TRACT,
rS„»)U BEN WHITE,22I W. First st,. 20
1,-iOB BALE— Wjt SELL THE EARTH. BAB*
1 BKTT tt SMITH. Pomona,Cal. 6-2S tf
Business Property
J,SOB BALE—
BROADWAY LOT.
AYe have a choice piece of property on this
line street, centrally located, now in tin'
bean of the business center. We are offer
ing this property al such a low price that will
make the lucky buyer a handsome nrotlt
w Itllln a short time.
CLARK * BRYAN, 127 W. Third st, 7lt
Country Property
j.-oit BALE - '
We niter the opportunity to purchase at a real
bargain a very attractive seaside cottage,
FULLY FURNISHED,
AT BEAUTIFUL I.IINK BEACH.
Finely located near the beach.
Electric lights lv front of house.
LtirjO lot, choice Shrubbery and flowers,
F,ve ro mis. bath and closets; every needed con
venience.
A thoroughly desirable home for a little money.
Price, fully furnished, 927110.
DARLING A- PRATT, Brokers,
Bradbury bldg.
Tel. itm. 11
I,'"oß MALE 21 ACRES IN WALNUTS,
I peaches, prunes and rigs, near city, railroad,
school and cliurob: moist sod; as line as the sun
shines on; in bearing; healthy, vigorous growth,
„: t-', nn acre and the cost ouiy'of preparing, plant
ing aud bringing lo Us present productive condi
tion; this orchard needs no Irrigation; you are not
wading in water and mud nine months out of tho
year, up 01 your center of gravity, to keep life in
your trees, he,ides paying A! much for water as
the profit on your crop; I have had years of practi
cal nxiierience, and I know what 1 am saying when
I telfyou, Mr. Tenderfoot, that there Is not an
acre of ground (n this country of climate that is
worth too c than 150 an acre; tlie only curse rest-
Ing on 1 ins heuut ifu 1 hind is the outrageously ex
oroltatil price of raw land demanded hy these shy-
Incks w ho are selling 11, and you tenderfeet arc the
deluded victims who are furnishing tiicpoumi of
rb-sh. Paste this in your hat and address
OWNED, W. c. T. C. bldg., room 2. If
JjlOH SALE—
\ ALU ABLE WALNUT RANCH AT RIVERA,
62! i acres;
12 - acres in tr-es about !"» years old.
I acres 111 trees ahont 7 to Pi years old.
- n,-res in Susquehanna peaches also in hearing.
This ranch is In the walnut hell ami is In the
highest state of cultivation, abundant fr.-e water
right; all necessary ranch buildings and agricul
tural Implements on the premises: Immediate
possession If desired; liberal terms. Walnut pro.
perty is especially valuable] no known pests af
fecl tho trees and the crop need not necessarily be
marketed when harvested; it will keep. The pro
perty will he divided If desired. Apply lo
11. (j. LUNT
I 17 227 W. Second st.
-J.-OI! BALE-ALFALFA LAND—
1 have the best snnp In the market.
iirres near city, all fenced ; artesian well, good
alfalfa land, hut an especial snap as a pasturage
proposition.
1 will make the price enticing (o anyone who
means business; casv terms: would exchange for
City utoperty. FRANK RECORDS,
.j-17-13 111 2U-22 Mt)S. Broadway.
1,-sOR SALE-SI-ACRE ALFALFA RANCH, .">
-1 room house mid bam, 7 acres iiliall'u, small or
chard, all fenced; miles from city. I'm In
structed to sell at best bid offered: Remember al
falfa is the stall 01' lite tn tins country, 1.. VV.
MITCHELL, 32s s. Broadway. id
1710R BALE —SNAP—BOO AC REM VERY
best sandy loam soil; perpetual water right.
Located near Covins. Desirable for subdivision.
Price asked win enable purchaser to double his
money. JOHN L. PAVKOVICH, solo agent. 221
V. First. 11l
1710R SALE—aSdOO—IO- ACRE NAVEL o It.
ange grove,4years old; located at eovina;
R Shares of water to the acre; soil first-Class saiidv
loam: li cash, balance to suit. tiOWEN,
EBERLE Al CO., 143 S. Jiroadwny, 18
TL-tOR BALE—SAN GABRIEL—ONLY A FF.W
.17 o and 10-acre blocks left] water right. Now
is the lime 10 huv. If you have anything (osell
or trad! see E. lv. ALEXANDER, 145 S. Broad
way. tf
17I0R SALE—#IIOOO CASH BEYS ,",0 ACHES OF
land ; all lownsitc and good as land around it
held at 9300 per acre; is miles from Los Angeles.
Enquire at Massachusetts Shoe store. 129 W. First
a'-. Im-tii, sat, sun
171 OR SALE—BO,OOO ACRES OF FINE FARM
and fruit land in San Luis Obispo county.
Apply lo ELLIOTT Al HARNETT, 33U S. Rroait
way. tf
1,-OH MAI.E-WE SELL THE EARTH. TJAS*
1 SETT & SMITH. Pomona. Cal.
_ EXCURSIONS
O N' IE A WEEK PERSONALLY CONDUCT
i'd excursions to Chicago, St Paul, Mluueapu.
lis and all eastern points, leave Los Angeles every
Thursday via southern Pacific, Union Pacihc
"World's Pictorial Line," ami Chicago and North
western railway, crossing the Sierra Nevadas and
passing all points of scenic inlerest hv daylight.
Upholstered tourist cars nf latest Pullman pattern,
lighted hy gas, aud run through without change.
Competent conductors accompany each parly.
Easiest time. Lowest rates. For tickets and
bet lh reservations, apply 10 J. H. PEARMAN,
Manager, o. F. Herr, T. P. A., 223 M. Spring st..
Los Angeles, or 10 any agent Southern Paeilic
company. 5 3-11
JCDSON PERSONALLY CONDUCTED Ex
cursions over true Southern route to Chicago,
v lii St. Louis, leave Los Angeles every Wednesday
61 2:311 p. in. Through cars, through malingers,
comfort, economy and enjoyable route. Apply to
JCDSON Al CO, 212 S. Spring St., Los Angeles.
TOHILLIPS 1 PERSONALLY CONDUCTED
.1. excursions via tbe Rio Grunde and Rock Isl
and route, leave l.os Angeles every Tuesday, cross
lie sierra Nevadas and pass tlie entire Rio
(■rande seenerv hv daylight: also via Southern
route every Monday, oillee, HIS S. Spring st.
13URL1NGTON ROUTE—PERSONALLY CON-
O ducted excursions to tho east every Wednes
day over the scenic line ol the world; upholstered
tourlat cars without change. T. H. iiuzan,
uncut,222 s. Spring St., I.os Angeles, Cal.
MUSICAL
BARGAIN IN A SLIGHT?.Y I SKD STEIN-"
way upright piano. Address X., box too, Her
ald office. tf
THE MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
QUOTATIONS ON STOCKS, BONDS, MONEY,
PRODUCE AND MINING SHARES
European Political Complications Result In
Some Selling lor Foreign Account— Heavy
Trading In Tobacco-Business Is Widely
Distributed -Pressure to Sell
Associated Press Special Wirt.
New York, March 18.—In only three
stocks today were the recordß of business
important, so far as activity was con
corned. The markot was 110 less strictly
professional than heretofore and the net
changes at tlie close recorded losses of 1 to
'2 per cent in the more prominent shares.
The rapidly succeeding political complica
tions in Kurope was responsible for apathy
in the securities markets abroad antl the
London ((notations for American stocks
showed declines of to per cent.
Some selling for foreign account was also
noted in the marget. There was no nota- j
ble activity in any of the railroad stocks.
Tobacco again outclassed all competitors
in extent of trading. Unfavorable in
iluences bearing upon the general situa
tion were predictions of a hardening
tendency in money rates, further disasters
in the mercantile world and tlie continued
disturbing effect of the Cuban discussion
in congress. The volume of busi
ness w ; as widely distributed. The
pressure to sell was 4; almost
continuous, being relieved for but a brief
period around midday. In tho succeeding
dealings the offerings wero more general
antl the lowesl prices of tlie day ruled at
tlieclose. Denver and Rio Grande pre
ferred yielded a 1 1 , per cent 011 foreign
selling. Railroad bonds were heavy, with
severe declines in some instances, but
chiefly in tlie Northern Pacifies. Aggre
gate dealings, T 1,D92,000, The most im
portant net losses were in the consol lives,
1%1 do. trust receipts, lA; thirds and
Southern fives, St. Louis and San Francis
co, trust fives, Oregon Short line consol
Hveß trust receipts, and I'nion Paeilic sink
ing fund eights %. Governments were firm
on dealings of S I 1,000.
Thus far there have been no transactions |
reported in the new Northern Pacific se
curities. Quotations are nominal at 08 bid
for the prior lien bonds, BO for tho generals
and SO for tlie preferred stock.
Closing stock.
New York, March 18.—Following aro the
(losing stock quotation!:
Atchison ISJajQ Northern pfd .108
Adams Express..l4B Northwestern ...108
Alton. T. II BU N. W, pfd 144U
Am.Sugar pid ..100 N. Y. Central— Hi ] 3
Am. Express 110 X. V. AX.h. ... 40
Baltimore A o lU'.J Ontario* W 14^
Can. Paeilic 55 Oregon Imp 0
Can. South 49J4 Oregon Nay 13
ecu. Pacillo 15 .Oregon S. I. SJi
chc°. A Ohio 10 :racilic Mail 2515
Chicago A Alton.. 158 P. D. A B VA
C. B. A Q 70' 1 Pittsburg Kit)
Chicago*,as ,i;, !i; Falacc 150
Con. ties 160)* Reading
C. C. C. A St. L... 35 iß.li. W IS
Colo. Coal A 1.... 2Xi B. G. W, pfd 44
Cot. Oil Car 10 Rock Island 7(J : 'i
Dol. Hudson 120 Ist. Paul 7Qf>.
D. L. W 100', St. Paul pfd 129
D. &R.G. pfd ... 47 si. Paul AO 40
Distillers 17% St. P. A O. pfd ...123
Erie 2d pid 24', Southern Pac ... 10
Erie 14% Sugar Refinery.. .118%
Erie pfd 89).< Term. Coal A 1... KSjf
Fort Wayne 100 [CngoAE I pfd.,. 90
Hocking Yal 15' : t W, St. L. A P o''*
Illinois Cen 95 Wabash pfd 17JJ
St. Paul AD 2U Wells Fargo 95
K. A T. pfd 27',i W. Union 85
LB, AW 10 W. ALE IP,
L. B* AW. pid.... 71 W. AL. E. pfd.... 33 |
I.nke Shore 140 IMlnn. A. St. 1 10!£
Lead Trust 839( I). A R. G 12U
Louis. A Nash.... 51 r ' rt Oen Electric....
Louis. AN. A... . »>,, Nat'l Linseed ... 10
Man. Con 103! j Colo. Fuel A 1.... 27!^
Memphis AC. 15 ic. F. Al. pfd 100
Mich, central.... 95 111. AT. C 1!4
Mo. Pacißc 22 1 ; T„ St. L. AX.C .. 5
Mobile A 0hi0.... U2K T., bt.L A K.C.ofd 10
Nash, ( halt 08 So. R. P. 9,
Nat'l. Cord IH'So. R. R. pfd 2814
Nat 1. Cord. pfd.. 0 Am. Tobacco 81^
N.J. Central 10(i', Am. T. pfd 101
N .AW. pfd 7 I Am. Tel. A c Co.. 92
North. Am. Co .. s'« f". S. Cordage, gril 11)
North. Pac .. .. I»|U. s. Leather old til
North. F.ic. pfd... 12'*Com. Cable C 0....151
I. P. Pen. A Gulf. 4 ;LT. 8. Rubber ... 295
Texas pacific...t\ B\C I". S. Rub., pfd... SIU
Union Paeilic... 0 : ' A T. A. O. c. pid... 05
17 S. Express,.... 42 1
Bond List
New Y'or.K, March 18. ,'ollowing art the
closing quotations on bonds:
li. S. new reg 118 MD. AR. G. 7s 112
r. 8. new coup ..llOfJ D. A R. G. 4s 89
V. S. 5s reg 112K Erie 2ds 70.'i
I". B. fts coup 113 iG. H. AS. A. U5...108
17 3. 4s reg 108 U. 11. AB. A. 75... 101)
17 S. 4s coup 11014 11. A T. C. 5s 100
D. S. 2s reg 95 :H. AT. C. Us. 100!.;
Paclflo 01,95. .102 M. K. AT. Ist 4s. 10554
Als-.ClassA 108 |M. K. AT. 2d 4s. 5!)',.j
Ala., class B 108 ! Mutual U. (is 115
Ala., class 0 10014 N. J. C, tt. 55.... llS'.j
Ala. Cut 101 IS. P. lsts 117.,
La. N. C. 4s 97U S. P. 2ds 112
Missouri Os 100 IS. W. C 131)' ,
N. C. Os 122W S. W. S. F. 5s ...111
N. C. 4s 103 H.G. \Y. lsts 85
8. C. non-fund... 'Jit. P. Con. 7s JBB
Term. 11. s. Os .... 85 iSt. I.C.A.P. W. 55,.113)4
'I enn. o. s. Os 00 st.L. Al. M, (i. 55.. 81
Va. Cen 01 St.L. AS. F. G. Os .105
Va. ecu. did 5 T. P. lsts 90
Atchison 4s 77',T. P. 2ds 23!4
Atchison 2ds A... 25 IT, P. lsts, '96....10814
can. So 2ds 104U West Shore 4s 105',,
L. A N, 4s 79'? O. R. A N. lsts... 109'
C. P. lsts, '95 ....101 |So. R.R. 6s 00'±
San Francisco mning Stocks
BAD FBANOlscOiltaroh 18.—Theolllclal closing
quotations f or mining slocks today were as
follows;
Alia 15|.Tulia 4
Alpha Con 12.Justice
Andes 29 lady Wash. C0n.... 6
Belcher 2!) Rent Cot 4
Best A Belcher 87 Mexican 63
BodteCon 25' Mono 11
Bullion 10 Ml. Diablo .
Bulwar Con 38 Occidental Con 100
Caledonia 9 Qpbir 115
Challenge Con .. 33 Overman ~ 15
Chollar 48'Potos! 42
Confidence O.i savage 33
Con. Cala. A Ya... 100 Scorpion 3
Con. linncrial Sierra Nevada 70
Crown Point 39 Union Con UL
Exchequer 0 Utah Con 8
Gould A Currie ... 81 .Yellow Jacket 43
Hale A Norcross... 115j
An assessment ol 10 cents a share hai been
levied ou bullion*
Money Quotations
New York, March IM.—Money on call easy at
2', to 4 per cent; last loan, 4; closed at
3'y percent; pnine mercantile paper, s!j
percent; sterling exchange weak, with actual
business in bankers' bills at *4.87 for
demand, and 14. for sixty days;
posted rates, $4.87 to $4.88 and $1.88!;:
to $4.89',; commercial bills, $4.88; silver cer
tificates. cents.
San Francisco. March 18.—Drafts, par.
London, March 18.—Consol!, lOO^d.
The London Markets
New YORK, March 18.—The Evening Post's
London financial cablegram says: Tne disa
greeable weather, tlie situation of affairs in
Egypt and cables from New York reporting
the Herald's statement about tho Venezuela
coium ssion having decided that "the Brititlt
claim is untenable" alk.eomhined to depress
the markets, which were flat with no business.
There was a tligut rally At the close, except
for Americans which finished at tlie lowest.
The Paris and Berlin markets were flat.
Silver Bullion
New York. March 18.—Barsilver,08',; Mexi
can dollars, 50.
San Francisco, March 18 — Bar silver, 6S'i;
Mexican dollars, 50 to 58U.
London, March 18.—Bar silver, Sl^d.
Treasury Statement
Washington. March 18. -Today's statement
of thecondition of the treasury shows: Avail
able cash balance $205,231,900; gold reserve.
$128,010,787.
Boston Quotations
Boston, March lS.— Atchison, 15 s ;; Bell Tele
phone.i2o2>,; Burlington, 78";; Mexican Cen
tral, 11!,; ban Diego, 8.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
Call Board Prlc:s oi Gsrsals and Shipment!
Received
San Francisco, March 18.—Wheat was
easy; December, $1.08; May, $I.IOU.
was easy; December, 7P«c; May
pfour— Family extras, $4.00 to $4.10: bak
ers' extras, #3.80 to $3.99; -uperflnt $2.85 to
$8.10.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 10, 1888.
Wheat—No. 1 .hipping, (LOTUS choice,
I.oS3ii(Ml>loj milling-, Ji -'J to .*l.'J7,'j.
tttrlay Feed, fair lo good. ttil 27 l 2to 7uc;
ebotoe, brtwinif, bo"to t*"';..'.
Corn -Hoc!,
lira a 11' A SIX
Oats-Milling, 7.' ie to B'»'.,c; surprise, 90
to 95c; fancy'fee'l, Hi'.jU to HSc; kood to
choice, 75c to Stic: poor to fair, 87J40 10
72Sc; black, for -ced, nominal; gray, 7a>HQ
lo Hue; red. for seed nominal.
Receipt!—Flour,quarter lacks.4soo; wheat,
centals, 498[ parity, rentals, £04f15{ oats. c< n
tala,2ls; bean! !aoks, till j corn, oanttla, 1000;
potatoes, saclts. 435; do Oregon, L 723; onions,
sacks, ioH; bran, sucks. 2090; mlddllniri
sack., BOO: bay, tone, Atß; itraw, tons, .5;
wool, bales. "*J7O; wine, gallons, 43,000;
brandy, 320 D; bide*, numbar. 055.
Sjii Prtncltcn Produea
Following ar,: Han Francisco quotation! on
produce.corrects! daily by Associated l'rest
special wire:
Middlings, IUO.00918.50; bran, $12 00 V}
12.60.
Hav-Wheal, igH.OO-.ai 1.50; wheat and oats.
$7 [email protected]; o*U. $77301110,00; alfalfa. $7.00
(Hi).DI); barley. 57.00f<0.00; clover. $11.00®
SOU; compres.icd. 50(J10..">J: stook, $0,00
©7.50; straw, 80(9000,
A polos—No. 1 grades, 83e(951.25) common,
00(rli75c; fancy. #1 .50(8 3.00.
Citrus fruit—Mexican limes. (3 OOjtS.so;
California lemons, common, $1.00l9t.2o: do
good to cioice, $l.slifalJ.Oll; dofaney, 0250;
California oranges, seedlings. $1.0031.50; na.
yell, $1.0oA».5o; do fanoy, $x
i rop.cai Iruit—Batunai, $1.00(92.00; pine,
apples,[email protected]; I'ersiau dates 1 ,(-950.
Cheese—i-ancv mild new, 1 fair to
good, 9fJiloe; eaetern. 18@l4c.
Kggs — Store, lOw.llc; ranch, 11UO120,
Potatoes—salinas Burbanks, 60tra90c; river
Bur banks, aotvaioc; Oregon Burbanks, 40@05c;
new potatoes, IV<*-V' per pound: river reds.
ftOtipOUc: early rose. 40rtjSO0l new, iti.OJ-.50;
Merced sweet potatoes, $2,78(9 i.OO.
Onion?.- California, 0098501 Oregon, 85@
•1.10.
Vegetable!—l.o! Angeles toms'oes, $1,28(3
1.50; airing beans. Lo*slooj l.os Angeles
green peas, l r a\ 1 .,-. hay do,3l|3Hi; canbage,-lO
(ssoc; garlic, 3j*4fo<.Ci gieen ueppors,
—; dried do lO'tSl-'.-c; muslirooms, Of&lSc;
asparagus, 750®51.20 per box: dried okra,
l- , ..t0i5c; rbubarbf ioaflSoroucumbflraj 75cto
$1.50; egg plant, ltl(r>l'*!!4c,
Butter—Fanoy creamery, 18®19o; seconds,
10r$L7c; fancy Ua'rv, jo'c ltjc; seconds, 15' ■>'&
l«c.
Poultry -Turkey gobblers, 18(914; hen?,
111(9140; roosters, young. $U,00'»7.O0; roos
ters, old, sst.oo: broiler!, itnall, $8.00
(44 50; broilers, large, $8.00(98.AO; hens,s4.6ll
@5.50; young ducks, $7.sowß.no;!geeße, $1.60
(a.".00; pigeons, old, Ql.J,,isfffi«l.so; pigeons,
young, $2.25(92.80; gray geese. $1.50] liare,
75c; brant. '75 *4.f I.OOi rabbits—cottontail,
$1.25; do hush, $1.00.
CHICAQO MARKET
The Day's Transactions on the BoarJ ol
Trade
Chicago, March IS,—Wheat ahowedde
cided slrennth most oC the session, and
there was a good degree of activity in the
trading. The news generally favored hot
ter prices and there was a good deal of un
easiness atnont» shorts and more disposi
tion to buy for the long account, while the
offerings wero light. Opening prices,
though allowing no change, were barely
stendy. This was due principally to tlie
disappointing cables, which were quoted
only i ,d. higher in face of the :l ,e. advance
hero yesterday, lint the effect of this did
not last long. Something approaching tho
Severity of a cold wave was predicted for
tlie southwest hy the signal bureau, and
that was a matter of apprehension to those
who wore short aud of encouragement to
those who were long. Tlie decline in
English consuls showed apprehension in
Kurope over tiie political situation, was a
factor in tiie strength which began to de
velop, and in fact, its influence was felt
nearly all through tho session. The
strength was increased by ttie unexpected
falling off in local receipts and the rumor
ed large export business yesterday and
more reported today. The main strength
of tho day, however, was active covering
by tho short interest, which had become
large during tlie last few days. Corn
showed considerable more activity than of
late and ruled linn, influenced largely by
wheat, though small local receipts and
strong cables also cut some figure. Oats
were firm and moderately active. Pro
visions had rather a hard tune of it. Hog
receipts were large, which caused a weak
opening. Shorts pounded the market all
day, closing prices at the lowest of the day.
The leading futures closed as follows:
Whsat—No. 2, March, BlJ£| May, 88U, June,
July, 03} B. Corn—Nil 2, March, 2«>, a ;
May, 20'k; July, 80%; September, 81% Oats
—No. 2, Match. 19.',; May, 20.l»; July, 20?»;
September 20? H .
t ;aah quotations were as follows :
Flour was lino; .No. 2 spring wheat, 61%®
62c 1 ;; No. 3 do., title; No. 2 red, 05W@tf5*£o;
No. 2corn, 28' a o; No. 2 yellowcorn 28?; c; No.
2 oats, mr/slli-,e; No. 2 white, 20%(921c; No.
3 white, 2- No. 2 rye, .'(tie; No. 2 barley,
nominal: No. 3, 27fa'J7;'ic; No. 4, 24(925c; No.
1 flaxseed, Oo.dflO' v c; prime limnthv seed,
$3.35; mess pork, per bbl,, f0.43tft9.a0; lard,
per 100 lbs, $5 221t(50.28j short ribs, aides,
looio, $5.00.(1)5.10: dry salted shoulders,
boxed, 4 f Vft4 ; !io; short clear sides, boxed,
5%(£5%C! whisky, distillers' finished goods,
per gallon, $1.22.
Iteoelptaand shipments were:
Flour, bbls !>,OOO 4 000
Wheat, bu 32,000 111,000
corn, bu 423.000 38,000
Oats, bu 557,000 210,000
Rye, bu 29,000 2,0(10
Barley.hu 74,000 24,000
On tho produce exchange today the butter
market was steady; dairy, Oiojihu; creamery,
14js)21c; eggs were steady; fresh, 19@191jG.
Chicago Live Stock fTorket
CHICAGO, March 18. —Cattle—Today's mar
ket was fairly active at a reduction of about
10 to IB cents, the receipt! being considerably
! larger than expected.
Common to choice dressed beef and shipping
1 steers were taken at $3.40 to $4,011; feeders,
$3.60 t05390; cows, $3.25 to $3.40; calves,
$5.00 to $5.50.
Hogs—Local purchasers were again good
purchasers but they succeeded without much
trouble in Raiting all too hojs they wanted at
a d cline of about $3.50 to 15.(J0.
sheep -Tliero was an active msrket, prices
ruling strong. Common to choice, $3.75 io
$3.00, chiefly at $3.60 to (4,05; lambs. $3.50
$4.05. Sheep of tiie best class were partlclarly
active and some fancy heavy sheep were
taken at $3.00 to cxnort.
DUN & CO.'S REPORT
Jobbing Trade Pair, Retail Business Light.
Oil does lip
11. W. Burnhain, manager for R. G. Dun
& Co., furnishes the following reviow of
local trade conditions:
No improvement is noted in general hus
iness. Jobbing trade in most lines is fair.
Ketail movement is light except in dry
goods and millinery, and even with them
there is no snap to business. Merchants
as a rule report that volume of business
for first half of current month lias fallen
below that of same period last year. Coun
try collections are somewhat better, but
city settlements drag.
Oranges still selling well at good prices.
No material change in dried fruit, hut
dealers have not lost confidence in a reviv
al of activity. Oil registered another, ad
vance the past week and the market is
firm.
Failures for the week, five: liabilities,
$13.-0.5; assets, «4372.
! LOCAL BANK CLEARINGS
l.os Anoki.es, March IS.
Following are the I.os Angeles bank cloar
lags lor the current week :
Day. Exchanges. Balances.
Monday $245,272 31 $13,928 98
Tuesday 201.040 88 31,70 d 42
Wednoiday .... 204,004 08 4U.SU3 95
Liverpool Markets
LiVEitpooi.. March 13. — Spot wheat closed
firm with a poor demand: No. 2, red winter
»» to 5.1: No. 1 hard Manitoba 3s to 4d Fu
tures closed 'j'K 'id higher; March Os to Smd;
April 81 to 5' t d: May, June, July and august
sstos>.i ) d. Spot corn closed linn; American
mixed now 3s to Ud. Futures opened doll:
March Md higher and other months ',(1 higher.
March 8a to Id; April 3s to May 3s to
li„d; June 3stol' 4 d; July 3l tol?id; August
3s to 2 1 ,d
1-Tour tdoscd steady, with n niodcrato de
mand; SI. I oui) fancy, winter. 7s 3d.
Hops at London, I'aciflc coast, £2.
Petroleum
New York. March 18 —Petroleum was firm.
United closed ut $I.4obid.
All prices of wallpaper g.eatly reduced. A
A. Kckstrom, 324 South Spring street.
Stockholders' Meeting
milK ANNUA Ii MEETING OF THE STOCK.
JL holders of the Precipice Canyon Water rum
puny will be held Wednesday, April l, lstttt. at 10
ocloek n. m., at tho orllceof ttie company at l.u
manda Park, Los Angeles county. California, for
the purpose of election Of directors to serve for
the ensuing year, and such other business ns may
come before the meeting.
By order of ihe president.
3 31 II RUM AN BLATZ, Secretary.
LOCAL PRODUCE
Wholesale and Retail Markets Corrected '
Daily
Wednesday*. March is.
Trade today presented no features of i
special interesr, either as to movement or \
chaiiKP of prices. Kkks are still weak un
der larp;o supplies ami butter is a trifle
weaker. Hay fs firmly hold. Fruits and
vPKeiahloH are steady with good demand ■
and full supplies (0 most lines.
quotations follow:
KkS'* -Choice California ratirh. lO' J
potatoai, $2*00; tomatoti 1
7*1.50 per lios : beuts, ( ".> c per 10 J 1 bs;
70oj carrots, 70c; Kroenoulons t ?0e perUoten; j
lottnoe, i' 2to lfto per dozen buoohes; anioni,
now yellow, tf 1.50; tarhtps 76ci string bAa-nt. 1
120! Kreon poppers, I r >fi p-r lb: ln-aim, lima, !
!f::i 25; navy.jftJ* lo; pink, 40; green peas '
per lb; f.?paraßi.j\ Sji;Hc per lb; mash- ;
roomr, l Be per I
Butter—Creamery, 3*lb squares, 4Of(0 I
450j fiijiiart'tt, .(7 1 3 c*; Cuast creamery, 1
'2H-oy. UUC; dairy, luncy, ii-lb s^luarf!^■,
Green Fruits—'Pears,s2.oo per box: htraw
berries, lflc; apples, $l,2fi lo !*'J.OO: pine-
Mpples, $*>.<;(> per dozen; bananas, $1.75 to
$3 25 per buneii.
citrus fruits—Orange*, navel*. fFJ.no to
*j.75; Mediterranean sweets, $i.'-;.jto 82.00:
reedllnßS,|l to $1.2*). L>etnons, Fanoy Kureka,
to !i i L7r>; Kureka and Lisbon, $1.50 to
Jti).7,">; unciired. ff 1 .
Live stock—Hogs—Per OWt., 93*75 toifLOO.
Reef cnltle— 2 Mutton—3'ssc per lb.
Venl— to 7c per 10.
Honey and b-cswax—Honey — f.'omb, 10}$' to |
lienor lb.; >trainc<i, 4 to sc. Beeswax—4'2c
per in.
Poultry—Hens, 94.00 to 91.50 per d->- i
youngrooiters, 94.00 to 94.50, broilers. oo
t094.00; old roosters, SI.O01 ducus, +1.50 U '
|s.fio; turkeys, LOO to 11c pur lb.
Hay—Wheat, 810 to $12; barley. 90 to 911
wheat und oat, 910 to ft 1)1: alfalfa, 91L iofl3.
i-'ivsii Meats—Butchers' brines for whnip ear
passes: Beef—to SV<O per lb. Veal—s to 7c
Mutton —4' a to s',e. I'brk—s l > to tie.
MillstuJfi—Klour.Los Angeles. 04 20; Stock
ton brands, 91.55; Oregon, 94.00; bran, per
ton. local. 91H.0U: northern. 915 50; shorts,
per ton, local. 920.00] northern, SHi.OO.
rolled barley,pet? ton. 915.00; corn;
per OWt. ■ OOoi fool meal, per OWt. 050.
Provisions—Hams. Hex, per lb, 11c; pic
nle O'.je; nbneloss, »o.
llacon. per lb 7c; Kex breakfast, 10' t c; light
medium, vc; medium, 7c
Drledbeef—Per lb sets, tOo; insides, liv^n.
Dry salt pofk—Per lb., olear bellies, 89; short
clear. 8^0: clear backa, *iv A r.
Pickled pork-Per half bbl 80 lbs.. $3.
Lard —l or lb.,ivory i.omprnud, tierces,
rexoieni', (i'-.c: pure lent, os£o,
Cot 1 ole no - Tier co 71 »c.
Dried Fruits—Apples—Bun dried, sacks, per
lb, 4 tose; boxes, 5 lo7e; evaporated fancy, (i
to i7i'. Apri<tots—Fancy. 1 le; OholOe, Oc.
Peaches - Fancy un peeled. 4.0; bleached, sc,
Nectarines—Fancy, 8 to Oc; choice, 0 to 7c.
iVnrs— Fancy evaporated. 7 to Oc, Plums-
Pitted choice, 7to Oc Prunes—Choice boxed,
;; to5o; sticks, 2 to Be; fanoy, 10c
Nuts-Walnuts - I.os Angeles, 7n; medio ra
soft, lOc; BOft-SbOll Los Nieios, fancy, 10 to
12c, Almonds--Holt shell, lOo; paper Khell,
lie; liard shull, Oc. Pecans -la to Fil
berts —10 to 12»......
Hides and Wool—Hides, as they run,
per lb; sound kips, 9c; Lulls and Stags, Oc;
nalves, 15c. sheep pelts— 'J to Oc. Wool —
Nominally, BJItOAO.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Wednesday, March 18, ihso.
Laurg S Mattocks to William N" Holway—Lot
8, J Downey Harvey and Leman X Uarnsey
subdivision: 95250.
Frank A ' ilbson, I rus lee, and Pavings bank of
Southern California to Emma Kir by—Lot 54,
Grider and Dow'S Adams f>iret-t tract. 9000.
Henry Ueitsnyder to same—Lot 71, same
tract: 901)0.
It il C and Mary A Green to Mrs Mary A
Wilson—Lot 82, t.rider <& liow's Uraiigtdale
tract; 97<Mf.
Mtqhael 0 and Martha J Frantz to Richard
A Wallace — f.ots in i.a verne tra t; 9,:i00.
Alfreds and Charlotte Hart well to Kdpar A
I awieuce—Bart lot 8, block SI, Pomona;
93100.
W 1' and Kate V Mclntosn to Mrs E D Nettle
ton-Lot 19, block 14, Park tract: 91000*
Frank A Gibson, trustee, to Mrs Hitta M
I Johnson— ot 7, Grider ec Dow's t;entral ave
nue tract: 9300.
Curl F and Nellie M Kehnder to Jesse M
Smith— Lots l and 2, block 7, South Santa
Monica; 9HOO.
Benjamin F and Corrinne Alien to Thomas
S EwtiiK—Lots 11 and 5, block 2, lieaudry tract
No 2; 9750.
Augustus Oanfl .lane A Hazard to George H
Lee—;t acres, beine; on center line of Whittier
and Fuller ton oadi 9750.
Boy t.: and Amaiula Volkerts to Sam Olsen—
Lot 12. block 15, Jourdan '4 subdivision; 9200.
William LCrain to J A Anderson-Lot 10,
block 32. Harbor View subdivision; 9450.
Sam olsen 10 William Davis—Lot 12, block
15, Jourdan't subdivision; 9100.
John A and Inseborif Anderson to same—
Lot 10, block 32, Harbor View subdivision;
9100.
J ii Itarde et al to C M Davis—Lot ti and east
half of 7, bIOOK X, Monrovia; 9700.
Gree.ll D and Nannie L Crowley to Thomas
Ludu eil L'a< ou—commencing in south line oi
fceoond si reel; I^4ooo.
R C and Nellie KlrkpatrlOk to Horace Hiller
—E 40 Feel of s4O feel of lot 31, b.ock 1, Wash
ington Garden traot; 9100.
James P McCarthy to Mrs R B Wise ARree
ment to convey IQts 38 and 34. block A, City
Building tra :t: 9050.
o P und Lizzie B 8 Fralcy to Mary Ann Hard-
I castle—Lot 21, block F, Cable Road tract;
! Alexander Weiss to Ralph W Johnson—Lot
31, block A, of H N Elliot's Nimh street tract;
9225.
F.ugcno La«scre to C A Runels—N of NE \£
of NE l 4 sec.ion 11, township 2 south, ranee
14; 9LSDO.
) har!es P and Jennie C Browne to Joseph H
Wilson-Lot 20, block A, Magge, Galbraith &
Mark ham tract; 92500.
Minerva H and R M Levering to W J Ahem—
Lot 12, Elliott traci; 91000.
Mary and W J Ahem to inerva R Levering
—Lot ;, Ahern'ssubdivision; 9:*<H).
Mrs Celia E Mossln to Grove S Hnrtlmlomew
—Lot 0. block .'5, Ralph Rogers' subdivision
of part of Garvauza tract; 9150.
KercKhoff-Cnzner Mill and Lumber Company
to calvin W Hi own; N 110 Let of lot ill, H
Hill's subdivision; 9400.
Leonard L Pierce et al to Horace Anthony-
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 8, George Dalion, sr,
tract; 9585.
Horace Anthony to T A Emmon—Lot 4, block
8, same tract; 9150.
ChrUiiua A Peterson to Phillip Alter—lot
Oi), Josefa subdivision: 9050.
Helen L and D A cashnuin to L L Doty—Lots
I-1 and 5, s-ction 0, township I south, range
I 14 weet; 94500,
Henry c Roberts to William G Kerekhoff—
Nor th half of northwest quarter and southwest
CiUartcr of northwest quarter, section 23,
township l north, range 10 west: 910uO.
Jno P l\arly to Francis A ceymour—Lot 9,
Monterey tract; 9300.
Charles W and Louise- B Smith to John E
Crouch—Lot 1, C W Smith's subdivision ; 9400,
Same to Charles A Houssr—Lot 0, same sub
division; 9buo
Lafayette and Rhode) a Warner to 8 P and
Grace A B Wells—South half of lot 4, Mondou
tract; 93500.
Rosedale cemetery association to George W
Evans- North half of lot 70, block M, Rosedale
cemetery; 9125.
Jam»;s T Morgan to John Burr, sheriff, to
State Loan and I'rust company of Los Angeles
—Lo:sl33and 179. Mills T Wicks extension;
9550.
Edwin S and Kate L Rowley Lo Jesse 0 Rains
— Lots 14, 15, 37 to 40 aud 45, Rowley tract;
97000.
SUMMARY
Deeds 81
Nominal 42
Total. $55,105 57
My prices for wallpaper beat all the city. A
A, Eckstrum, 324 South Spring street.
One pound wrUin*; ilOc, 2f>o envelopes
50c. Lfliipsiadier, -14 B, Broadway.
MANLY VIGOR
Mmffi£ftV& ftNCE MORE in harmony
With tlie world, 2000
1111 l SIuRTIL completely cured men are
E iS^ftß*'\v Binding: Sappy praises for
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c osa f v ' CTI re tot BCX-
I Utt * weakness and
II 111 l liwtvipror known to
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; j y account of this won-
JjM ,l,rl in
_S3k rf* - " - book form, with ref
iS*^^L'^> ff erences nnd proofs,
" will bo Bent to suf
fering men (scaled) /rcc. Full manly vipjor
permanently restored. Failure Impossible.
ERIE MEDICAL CO„BUFFAIO,M.T.
BANNINGXO.ELSK
Hand-picked, South Field
Wellington Lump
f*OAI AT $n PER TON
WvJ/\L* Delivered
Cement and Catalina Island
Serpentine and Soapstone
Agents for SANTA CATALINA ISLANI>, also
for \V. T. Co.'s ocean excursion stoamers. tugs,
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DR. WOMQ HIM, who hai practiced melt
cine In Lo* Angeles lor UI years, end
whose office Is at Upper Main street, will
treat by medicine all diseases of women, men
and children Thedactor claims that he has
remedies that are superior to all other* as a
specific tor troubles of women and men. A
trial will convince the Slek that Dr. Wong
Hint's remedies are the most eflVaoious that
can be prescribed. Hr. VVona Him is a Chinese
physician of prominence and a gentleman of
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well established, and all nertona needing his
services ran rely on his skill aud ability. A
cure Is guaranteed in every case in which a
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DR. WONG HIM
HERB DOCTOR
639 Upper Main St., Los Angele
1896 SPRING AIIO SUMMER \W)
JOE &
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The Tailor ]| SI
Has much pleasure in MK^^s
announcing the arrival IfiETsaV*
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Xi ts to Order $20 llkfwei
Pants to Order $5 > "***k
AU garments shrunk before making.
The largest Tailoring Establishment in LOl
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143 S. Spring St., Brysoti Block
J. F. Henderson, Manager.
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LINES OF TRAVEL
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
TIME TABLE-MARCH Ifi. isis
Leave for ! DESTINATION Ar. from
Eaßthoundr) ,„_,„. T ~~ i WeKtuuu.id
Wednesday [ XwoVlSinl 1 san.niay
3:00 pm') riß " uiiea-is ( 7l«6pm
Westbound' i 8 ,.,.«r.t r imitnrf f KastrbOOnu
Saturday • s\\\\ R V.l ri V llc lico J Wednesday
llUpmlJ ranclsco SlMpm
4:05 pml 18. Fran., Sacramento i ■■ 7:30 am
B:2spm j and East, via Ogden [\ li.Warn
8:25 pm Portland, Or 11:40 am
2:30 pm EI Paso und East i Ito3 pni
Pa.sudena A 7:5) am
7:50 am a BaB am
A 8:25 am' " 9:50 am
9190 am! " 10:40 nm
A 11:25 am, " 1 E*§ pm
12:20pm •' A 3:05 prn
8:55 pm' " 5:01 pm
B:20 pml '* A 7:2S pm
A b:IO pm " 1
fi;00 ami } Riverside, f 9:88 am
6:90 em I i Redlands. I ! 1:00 pm
9:80pm! f Ban Bernardino j 4:H pm
4:30 pm J and Colton L 8:85 pm
8:00 am I f 8:50 am
9:20 am | Pomona I 9:55 am
2JOpm ,- and ■{ 1:00 pm
4:30 pml j Ontario I i 4:4S pm
5:95 pml J I 8:33 pm
8:00 am , Chino 8:50 am
4:30 pm 1 " ! o:6sam
5:25 pm " li :35 pm
8:01 am > Covlna { 8:80 am
A 9:89 pm r and J ! A 1:00 pm
5i25 pm' I San Dim as I 6:118 pm
8:05 am 1 Monrovia AS :24 am
A 11:20 am | Arcadia 0:50 am
A 3:ospm ; and i; A 1:10pm
5:15 pm 1 Dtiarte U 4:56pm
8:00 am Santa Barbara | 12;35pm
4:35 pm! 11 1 10:10 pm
a tiwpm i V a?^;:s
6:lopm I Anaheim | , fijaflpm
10:03 am ) UThlttta* I 8:*) am
A 9:10aml Tustln i »:04am
5:10 pm " I A 6:30 pin
0:00 anh Santa Monica. i
S10:00 am " j 7:4"> urn
[ " ■•:''sam
j :lo pm " 1 12:12 pin
s:lspm " 8 4:30 put
0:00 pm " i 5:10 pm
»:(Kiam Soldiers' Home 13:13pm
t>:00 pm I 5:10 pm
!":(« am Port Los Angflcs • 12:12 pm
8 10:00 am " j S 4r& pm
1 :topm " 3:10 pm
A 1:40 pni Catallna Island A 11:30 am
A 9:40 am Chatsworth Park A 4:15 pm
Chatsworth Park—Leave from and arrive at
River Station, Han Fernando street, only.
A Sundays excepted S Saturdays and Sundays
only ' THE INSIDE TRACK
AM s.P. Co. s trains stop at First street (except
the four Snn Francisco trains) and Commercial
street (except the 8:96 Ban Francisco evenin?
train), in the business center of tho city, saving
time and street car fares to passengers.
Oeneral Passenger Office, 220 S. Spring street.
LOS ftNGELES TERMINAL RY.
IN EFFECT NOV. 18, 1895.
Los Angeles depots: East end First street an<f
Downey avenue bridges.
""Leave Los Angeles for "jLeave Pasadena for Lof
Pasadena. Angeles.
b 7:10a.m I b 8:10 a in.
c 7:65 a.m c 8:30 a.m.
a 0:10 a.in a 10:2-1 a.m
a 11:80 a m a 19:40 r m.
a 8:30 p m a 4:86 p.m.
a 5:20 v.m a 6joo p m.
Downey avenue leaving time 7 minutes later. Be
tween LOS Angeles and Pasadena—Round trip 35c.
Leave Los Ange.es for Leave Aliadetia Junction
Altedeua Junction. for Los Angeles.
a 9:10a.m a 10:10 a.m.
c 11:80 a.m a I3:3pp.ra.
a 8:top m ....a 4:80 p.m.
All trains start front First sireet depot.
" Leave Los Angeles t:jr Leave Ol 'Mdule for Lus
Glendale. Angeles.
b 7:05 a.m ! h 7:57 a.m.
C 6:30 a.m 1 c 9:12 a tn.
a 13:35 p.m | a 1:27 pm.
a 6*o6p.ni i ■ —.a 5:53 p.m.
"Leave Los Anseies for Leave East Ban Pedro
.Long ilcuch and East ; for
Sun Pedro. Los Angeles.
a 9:oo p.m j a 7:90 a.m.
a 1:10 p.m a 10:80 a.m.
a 6:00 p.m. I H 8:46 p tn.
Between E. San Pedro and Long Beach 10 minutes.
CATALINA
Steamer for Aval on connects with 1:10 p.m.
train daily, except Sundays.
RTTBIO CANYON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN.
Trains leave Los Angeles daUy at 0:10 a.m., ell:30
A.m., and a 8:80 p.m.
Fine pavilion and hotel, r.rand scenery.
Telescope and searchltgh i:.
a Daily, b Daily except Sunday. c Sundays
only. d Saturdays only .
States meet the 7 :io a m. train at Pasadena for
Mt. Wilson on new trail.
Passengers leaving Los Angeles on the 7:10 a.m.
train for Mt. Wilson can return same day,
Special rates to excursion and picnic parties.
Depots east end of First street and Downey ave
nue bridges.
City ticket office.«ireenewald s cigar store, coi*
ncr Second and Spring streets.
General offices, First street depot.
T R, BP li NET I. General Manager,
w WINCUP.Gwi PaasengerAgent.
Civile Generaje liiili
FRENCH LINE TO HAVRE.
COMPANY'S PIER (NEW), NO. 42 NORTH
River, foot of M.orton street. New York.
Travelers by this line avoid both travel hy En
glish railway and ihe discomforts of crossing tha
, channel in a small boat.
i La QascOgne, March 14.
La Touretne, Marcb 21.
La Bourgogne, Murch 28.
La Bretagne, April 4.
Lv Uascoine, April 11.
La Touralne, April is.
La Jiourgogue, April 1\
La Bretagne, May 2.
LaGaseogne, May 9,
La Tonraine, May 16.
Bourgogne, May 33.
La Bretagne, May 30.
La Oascogne, June 0.
La Touralne, June 13.
>,a Bourgogne. June 20.
La Bretagne, Juuc 27.
La Oascogne, July 4.
La Touralne, July 11.
New York to Alexandria. Egypt, via Paris, first*
ciass, Ittll; second-class, 8117.
For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET. Agent,
No. S Bowling Greou, New York.
J. F. FUGAZI dt CO., Agents, f» Montgemery
avenue, Nan Francisco. Tickets are for sale Ay all
railroad and steamship offices.
BAKER IRONWORKS
OSO TO U6O BUSJfA VISTA ST.,
bOa RNQBLB3, - CXUKORNia
awilw tk W. Otamate ML IM,
7
LINES OP TRAVEL
SOUTHERN
*tisftO CALIFORNIA
RAILWAY
Trains leave and arrlvae#
1,8 Cir * n deBtatlonaa
Trains via Pasadenaarrlr*
Im ' A oey Bye Btat t°° 7 mln-
li;; ' s earlier westbound amst
leave 7 minutes lawr east-
CHICAGO LiniTED
To Denver, Kansas Oity, Chicago, St. Loots*
Leaves dally *:00 pm.—Arrives dally6;os pm.
CHICAGO EXPRESS-DAILY.
To Denver, Kansas city, Chicago. «t. Lome,
Leaves7:lo am.—Arrives 6:00 pm.
BAN DIE GO TRAINS.
Lv. a0;0o a. m., 6:90 p. ni; Ar. al 106 p.m., 7:15 p. m.
SAN BERNARDINO TRAIN'S.
P— Leave 7;10 am. a8)30 urn., 9:00 am.. a4:oopn.v«
4:43 pm., 8:00 pm.; O—Lv. all :00 am.. 5:20 pm.
p—Arrive 8:55 am. a 9:48 am.. aiiMpm., »:oo pm«
C:o3 pm., 6:80 pm; u—Ar. 11 :00 urn., 7:15 pm,
RIVERSIDE AND REDLANDS TRAINS
p—Leave 7:10 am., oS :30 am., 0:00 am., a 4:00 pm.,
4:45 pm; O—Lv. all :Q0 am.. 5:20 pm.
P—Arrive aB:4S am.. altOO pm.. o:«fl pas.* 8:03 pm..
8:50 prn.; O—Ar. 11:00 am.. 7:15 pm.
PASADENA AND AZUSA TRAINS.
Leave—7:loam., as:2o am.. 0:00 am., l :35 pm., a*:oS>
pm.. 54:46 pin.. aAtSO pm., Cpm.
Arrive—a7;sBam-< 5:55 am., n*:4s am., i:oo pa><»
4:16 pm.. 5:00 pm., 8:05 pm., «:5o pm.
MONROVIA AND INTERMEDIATE.
Leave—aS:2o am.. Ma»:4o am.. Ills pm., a 4:00 pm.,
a:\i-45 pm.. a 5:30 pm.
Arrive—«?toe am., BiGfi am., al :00, 4:15, 8:so pm
_ — 1 1
ANAHEIM AND KANT A ANA.
Leave—as;oo am , 9:00 am., 4:1% pm., 5:90 pm.
Arrive—B:so am., a I :C5 pm.. 5:06 pm., 7:15 pm.
ItEDON DO REACH TRAINS.
Leave—9:6oam., stOßpm ; Arrive—339am.,.:4o pas
SANTA MONICA TRAINS.
Leave—7:lo am., plod urn., 6:08 pm.
i Arrive—Bl6s am , 4:40 pm ~ «;5U pm.
I PKHRIS AND SAN JACINTO TRAINS.
Leave- Pa«: 0.» am., o--all 00 am.
| Ar—P al :0Q and a 8:05 nm. O - all:00 am.. a 7:15 pSSj
ELSINORE AND TEM ECU LA TRAINS.
Leave P—ao;Sra o all :00 am
: Arrive I'—nl :00 pm. o—nl 1:00 am. _
ESCONPIDO I FALLBROOK
Lv— aPiOo am.,aB:2opna. [Leave—a9it)oam*
Arrive—al :03 pm. I Arrive—a7:is pm.
~~P—Via Pasadena. O—Via Orange, a—Dally,
except Sunday. aaSandays only; all other trains
daily. Ticket oflice, 120 North Spring St. and L*
Grande station
, i
■pACiyiC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
Goodall, Perkins A Co., oeneral Agents, San Fran
cisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Or.,
Victoria, B. C, and Puget Sound, Alaska and all
coast points,
SOUTHERN ROUTES
TIME TABLE J'OR MARCH, 1896.
Leave san Francisco
" For— i
Port Harford s. s. Corona, March 6, 14, 23,
Santa Barbara 30: April 7.
Redondo 1
. Port i.os Angeles.. S. S. Santa Rosa, March 2,16,
1 Newport i IS, 28; April 3.
San Diego ' ___________
For— 8. B. St. Paul. March 4,12,20,
East San Pedro— 2s; Aprils,
ban Pedro and way s. s. Eureka, March 8, IS, 24|
' ports ■■! April L _____________
Leave Port Los Angeles and Redondo
For— s s.santa Rosa, March 4,12,
1 20,28; April 5.
i San Diego S. s. Corona, March 8, IS, 14:
I April 1.
For— IS. S. santn ROM, March 6,14,
! Ban Francisco 2.'. .10; April 7.
I I'ort Harford 8. 8. Corona, 8, 10. 18,
| f-anta Barbara 2b; Aprils.
Leave San Pedro and East Sun Pedro.
For— S. s. Eureka, March 3, 11, 19,
I San Francisco , 27;Aprii4.
| Mini 8. s. si. Paul, March 7, 15, 28,
I porta ! 31: April S.
' "Curs to connect wilh steamers via San Pedro
leave B.P.R.R. Arcade depot at 5:08 p.m. and Ter
f niinal R.R. depot at B p.m.
Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Pa
j depot at 9:50 a.m., or from Redondo Railway depot
; at 9:05 a.m.
Cars io connect via Port Los Angeles leave S.P.
rt.lt. depot at 1:10 p.m. for steamers north bound.
Plans of steamers' cabins at agent's office, whero
berths may be secured.
The company reserves tho right to change tho
steamers or their days of sailing.
For passage or freight as above or for tickets te>
and from all important points In Europe, apply t«
W. PARRTS. Agent.
Oflice: 12.V a W. Third St., Los Angeles.
Redondo Railway
DEPOT: Grand aye. and Jefferson st.
In effect January 1,1518.
Leave Los Angeles Leave Redondo for
for Redondo i Los Angeles
0:05 a .in Dally 7:80 a.in Daily ,
4:20 p.m Dally Jtoop.ro Daily
For passenger and freight rate 1 * apply at depot,
corner tirand avenue und Jefferson street. Tele
phone West 1. _
L. T. c.ARNSEY, President.
ill perry, Superintendent.
TJASADENA AND LOS ANGELES
1 ELECTRIC RAILWAY,
Cars leave Fourth and Spring streets.
For Rublo Canyon and Echo Mountain—
8:oo, 0:uo aud 10:00 a.in.; 1:00, 3:00 and
4 :00 p.m.
Returning Wave Echo Mountain—B:oo
and 9:uO a.m : 2:O0, 4:00 and 4:45 p.m.
For Altadena— 8:00 a.m. and every hour
until 10 p m.
Returning leave Altadena-G:3O a.m. and
hourly until 0:30 p.m. »
For Pasadena—Every Fifteen minutes from
7:15 H.m. to 8:00 p.m. Halt hourly before
and after these hours.
Office, -_2 W Fourth street.
W. It. LAKH ABLE. Supt.
E. T. CLARK. Gen'i Manager.

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