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MARKETS OF THE WORLD
Local, Eastern and Foreign
Commercial Dealings
WALL STREET SPECULATION
The Soudio War Causes Changes In
Prices
freight Rates on Frssb Prult Shipments to
riaay Points-Several Changes In Val
ues lor Local Produce
The Soudan troubles ore causing an ad
yanea on ail merchandise which comes
from the Inferior of Egypt, as transporta
tion by camels is Interfered with and In
some districts it lias almost ceased. Gum
arable Is one of the principal articles from
that source, and the trade Is reminded
of previous experiences by a sharp Euro
pean advance tn Arable sorr.3 of about (a
»er cent, while picked gum Is 16 percent
higher. It has not lieen many years since
the Imports of this gum ceased on account
of disturbances In tho Soudan, but tho prrn
ent difficulties are not of such an import
ant character. Tlie London trade is enter
taining a firm view of the situation and
prices aro likclv to be higher before a re
action occurs. The Imports of gum arable
Into the United Stales during tho eight
months ending March 1. were 1.03...:: .0
pounds, valued at $108,647, in comparison
with 1.106.48S pounds, worth $109,530. for tha
same period last year. Alexandria senna
Is another article which has advanced itt ie
per pound for tho same reason. The slow
transpor tallno facilities have not been
Improved upon in ailes. Everything de
pends upon the endurance of the camels,
and If one or more become useless on the
way while loaded with merchandise, tho
markets are effected by the reduced re
ceipts.—New York Shipping List.
The season fir shipping green fruit being
at bund the following regulations as to
freight rates, eie.. will be interesting:
IN PACKAGES OR IN CABS HAVING
FIX nTp OR TRANSIENT CR AXES FOB
SAME:
From shipping points on the Southern
California, railway and Pacific system ol
the Southern Pacific company us provldt d
below to Denver. Colorado Springs, Pueb
lo, Trinidad. Council Bluffs, Omaha. Kan
sas City, Galveston. Houston and Son
Antonio, by freight train, per 100 lbs, $1.25;
by approximate passenger train time. $2.00.
To St. Louis and New Orleans, by freight
train, per 100 pounds. $1.25; by passenger
train, do. $2.15. To Chicago. St. Paul cud
Minneapolis, by frelaht train, per 100 tb.i..
51.25; hv passenger train, do. $2.25. To New
York city (Jersey City delivery). Phlladi I
phia. and Buffalo, by freight train, per
JflO lbs.. $1.50; i>v passenger train, do. 82.60.
To Boston, by freight train, per 100 lbs.,
$1.50; by passenger rtain, do. $2.a6.
To Intermediate points, or points com
mon with (hose name.l above, rates by
freight train will be the some.
Shipments must be released. In case
such release is not given, or the conditions
named herein .ire not fully complied with,
ihe regular rate provided bvtheWestsrn
classification will becharged,
All rinds limit shipments by passenger
train to one t rain a day a I'd I icy must lake
only about two ears on any one train.
Such shipments must be from and to one
consignor.
Current Quf.tQti ni
Rutter Is firm for creamery. Ecgs are
dull and weak al last quotations. In sum
mer fr-'.lts there is an |OCT iftse in supplies
as well ns In varieties and prices tend
ioW%r. There are a raw changes to lower
prices tn cured meats.
BUTTER—LocaI creamery. 2-lb squares,
3r.'i.4oe; coa.-t creamery, fancy 2-lb
squares. ::•-.. 180; coast dalrv. fancy 2-lb
squares, 37%030c; do, 1%-lb, 25u27%c; com
mon grades and very fight weights, 22v>i
CHEESE—LoraI full cream, large, 10c;
northern do. vwe*--; hat' 'r«*am smS'iej
Young America. He: do (3-lb band made),
12c. All '■..■ morecased for shipment.
egos 1 n t ■< allfornla ranch. .wruo:
VEGETABLES-Artichokes, per doz..
20c; aspurarfiis. per lb. lies-: beets, per 100
lbs, 90c: cauliflower, per doz., —c: celery
do. -•: cabhug". per i.mi IPs, 75c carrots,
do. 90c: chilis, dry, per siring. 80c; Mexi
can, per lb, 15c; green, per lb. 12c: cucum
bers, per dos., $1.50; egg plant, por lb. He;
garlic, do, [email protected] leeks, per doz, 15c; let
tuce, do. isc: .green t ru. • • "•.. ■ j; on
ions, green, per doz bunches. 20vi 10c; do.
yellow danvers, per 100 lbs, 83.2502.60; new
white, $2.-'• -V 2.: ..irsn v. per .• > ...»'. rt-
Snips, per too lbs, 75c; peas, green, per lb, 3c:
ruoiuC i per dos hunches. 1 •: sn*naeh. per
lb. 16b; string beans, per lb, [email protected]; tomat
oes, per box. SocOsl.o9; turnips, per 100
lbs. 75c: watercri ss, per doz bunches, 40c;
wax beans, 71/ V: summer squash, per box,
$I.on-,n.23.
GREEN FRUITS -Pears. per box:
strawberries, common. ft*Me: choice to
fnncv. 10fN5c; apples, 82 0003.25: pineapples,
ncr doz. $6'u7: Central American, [email protected];
bananas. $2.23'u2.50 per bunch: cherries.
65e''.*l.!'0 per bu<; blackberries, 12" 2 c: atiri
cots per I. $1.55: nurrants, per box, $1.00;
goosenerrtes, ncr lb. 6c.
CITRUS FBI ITS—oranges, navels, $3.00
1i3..-'.c- Medl'errnn»an sweets. 5.?.25.i'.'.75:
seedlings, $1.2601,60: lemons, fancy Eure
ka. $1.75®2.00; Eureks and Lisbon, $1,750
2.ft.c on ~ red, »l.|.v Hm«», ».»r 100. BOn.
honey AND BEESWAX—Honey
comb, 9Oloc per lb; strained, &04c; bees
wax. 25d7'30a per lb.
POULTRY—Hens. 51.0Tu1.75 per doz:
young roosters, 34.6004.78; broilers, 38,000
4.00; old roosters. $8.0004.00; ducks,
6.60: ttirl.-c.-s. 11. i.'.c ocr |h
HAY—Wheat, $10011: barley. 310: wheat
and ont. SP-fr 10; alfalfa, baled. $8.5009; loose
$7.6008.00,
MILL STUFFfcV—Flour, Los Angeles
$1.00; Stockton brands. 64.40; Oregon
84.00: Easlera. 84.004i-5.60: bran, per ton'
local, $18,00; norlhern. $15.50; BhortS per
ton. local. $l9.ixi: northern. 817.00; rolled
barley, per (on. $16.00; cracked corn, per
cwt. 95c: feed meal, per cwt. $1.00.
DRIED FRUITS—Apples, sun dried
sacks, per lb, 41t.ie; boxes, .",}t7c; evapo
rated, fancy. 61/7e. Apricots, fancy. He
choice, 9c. Peaches, fancy, impeded, sc'
choice, 3c. Nectarines, fancy. 809 c; choice'
6ff/7c. Pears, fancy evaporated, 7s?'ic'
Plums, iiltted. choice. 7WOc. Prunes, choice
boxed. 3<f550: sacks. 2T73c; fancy. 10c.
NUTS—Walnuts, Los Angeles, 7e; med
ium soft, 10c: soft shell Los Nletos, fancy.
I4O1&0, Almonds, soft shell. 10c: paper
shell, !2c; hard shell, 6c. Pecans. 18(!>16Uc
Filberts. 10'(i.12'4,c. wtji..
HIDES AND WOOL—Hides, as the y
run. 10c per lb: sound kins. 8%o; bulls anil
stags. 5' 2 c; calves. 15e: sheep "pelts, 55H15c.
wool, spring clip, good, 4<iisc; inferior, 3'fj
TALLOW—3OB%O.
LI VESTOCIv—/V II per lb.—Beevep. 2'W
2Vjc: calves, 2 1 ',fi5';e: sheep, 314®3%c"
lambs. bogs. 2®2VtC.
DRESSED MEATS—AII per lb.—Beef
4'»'<:. m:: veal. r'.is'_.c; mutton. 4«f4'Ac; lamb
s'ilC.-- unrk. sb,ti6e.
CURED MEATS—EagIe hams. O'.'.c- Rex
hams, 10014 c, ay. 1114 c: selected pig hams
"08c. ay. 9%c: Diamond C picnic hams. 5
7e. ay. 6'/-c: fnncv R#* boneless bfealrfas'
bacon (wrapped, 13c; Rex boneless
breakfast bs eon. 984e: I'lsmond c bres!n* 1
fast bacon backs, 7'se: Rex boneless ham
sugar cured. 9 l V.* Rev li 'in j ss hut's vi .o'
Box dried beef (sets). 10c; Rex dried beef
linsldes), He; Rex regular dried beef —■
smoked tongues, per lb, 18c- lisht medium
bacon. Sc: medium bacon, s?',c: dry salt
clear bellies. ]6'»2oc. nv. 7'ic; dry salt short
" I'ars. 35dp40c, ay. 6c: dry salt clear hacks
5' c; Rex pure leaf lurd. tierces. 6Hc; ivory
lard, compound, tierces. 6'ic: Rexoilne,
tierce basis, 0o; Cottolene. ttereea f.r.-e
RAISINS—Fancy clusters, $1.25: 1-crown
I. L clusters ,BLloOl.j|6l 3-crown L L. per
box. 90cO81.00: Sultana, seedless, per box,
6 '(31.00: 3-crown loose muscats, per box.
60O706; 2-crown loose muscats, per bx, 50(ef
660; ordinary loose, per box, 45rf)55c: 2
(rwn loose, in sacks, per lb, 214572% c: 3
crowii loose, In sacks, per lb, 2'/ 2 'ii2".lc:
4-crown. per lb, 8%04c: Sultana, seedless,
fancy blchd, per lb, BOBUOI Sultana, sped
less. choice, per lb, BVao4o. Fractions: Half
boxes, 25c; quarter boxes, 60c, per box
higher than wholes.
FlGS—California white, per lb. 4(iisc: Cal
ifornia black, per lb, 4ft4',ic: California
fancy, por lb. 76©85 c; Imported Smyrna,
lOOllc,
BAGS—(Not cash)— Calcutta, 5«,".i/,c- po
tato bags, 4c: dried fruit sacks. 100 lbs. OK.'.r
71 2 c: bean sacks, sc; walnut bags, 14(ifl6e;
We.el sacks. 30c.
BEANS AND DRIED PEAR—Pink. $1.38
#11.50: lima. 82.9003.00; Lady Washington,
87,6001,80; white, small, 61.7602.00; garvan
eos. small, 82.0002.50; garvancos, large,
$3.00*1.3.50: green field peas. $2.5f1('f3.00: black
eyed beans, $2,251(72.50: lentils, impotted,
$7.00*18.011: lentils, California, [email protected]
GRAlN—Wheat, 1.1601.28; corn. 90095 c;
feed barley, 73c; oats, il,lool-35; all per 100
lbs.
POTATOES—Per 100 lbs. burbanks,sl.oo®
1.05; Nevada, $1.10; common grades, new,
9ilc#sl.oo; burbank, seed, 81.00.
Rf>l hstate Trann'ers
H. G. and Hannah G. Wilshire to J. T.
Saunders—Lots 30 und 31, block B, Wave
Crest tract; $150.
E. A. and Alice . Miller to Florence E.
Rowell—Lot 15. I'elsrravla; $2610.
Benjamin and Rhoda A. Cutler to E. A.
Mine.—.vKreemeiu 10 convey lots 14 add 15,
Pierce tract; $6500.
Bcltbuser and Elisabeth Roedor to Miss
Sophia Jensen and Miss Laura Nielsen -
Lots 19 and 20, block S, Garvansa Land
C'o.'s sub; $500.
F. H. Merrill to Soledad A. de Ornelas—
Lot 6, block C, Reeves' sub of lots 3 and 4,
block IXI. Pomona; $425.
W. S. Bail. yet al to J. J. Backer—East
% of lot 29. Loop & Meserve tract; $2615.
John K. and Jennie R. Crouch to Ferdi
nand Rels. Jr.. and William S. Purdy, trus
tees-Lots 19 and 20, block 3, Daly Street
tract; $600.
T. A. and Emma E Emmons to Ferdi
nand tteis, Jr.. and William S. Partly, trus
tee*—Lot 4, block 8, George Dalton, Sr.,
tract: $500.
Bessie O'Brien to Harry B. O'Brien—Part
lots 15 and 16. C. W. Abbott's sub: $300.
Frank B. Bowen to Burgess Bowe.i—
North 21 2-3 feet of lot 16. und south 21 2-3
feet of loi 17, block W, West Los Angeles:
$700.
Burge.;;i nnd Mary E. Bowen to Philip
B. Chust —Same: $500.
WlUJam Dibble tl Ella Flint-Lot R6,
South Side tra.-l; 5325.
Emery M. and T. L. Wooster to Maggie
Brown—Lot 24, Parker ft Furris sub: $2000.
Jennie S. aud L. L. Pierce and Charlese A.
Smith to W. M. Summon—Agreement to
Convey lot IN, Htscock it Smith's 2d add;
$360.
Maria P. Bowman to Alice Baldridge—
Lot 116. Grlder & Dow's sub of Brlswalter
tract; $360.
Roy and Marion A. Nance to Reuben
Brown- Lot 115, May tract; $152.
Sarah M. and J. W. Anderson to E. Mag
uey—Beg. in east line of Anderson streel;
$200.
Edwin L. and Carrie D. Fnrrls tn Chris
tian R. Mennlg—Lot 4, Edwin L. Farris re
plat: $1760.
Alexandre Weiss to Fred D. King—Lot
9. block C. of H. N. Elliott's Ninth Street
tract: $190.
Hanford L. and Nellie K. Gordon to
Joseph Sehoder—Part of lots 1, 4 and 5,
Arlington tract: $5000.
John P, and Georgina S. Jones to Hnrrlett.
A. Morris—Lot H, block 196, Santa Monica;
$200.
Alfred B. and Louisa Phillips /to Ida V.
German -Lot 1, Stewart & McDonald's re
sub: $«00.
Charles T. and Ida V. German to Alfred
B. Phillips—South 3 acrcse of w',s of lot 5.
ECetchum sub: $500.
James W. ami Jennie Atkinson to John
F. Atkinson—Undivided hi of lot 17, E. J.
Baldwin's add: $712.63.
Pasadena and PaoiflO railway company
lo National Trust company, trustee—All
property of grantor: $400,000.
France.se c. Cole to B. F. Whlpp—Lot 6. I
block B. Flrey, Fri neb & Rhorer s sub of
south 20 acrt sof Burband tract; $5000.
Helen A. nn.l Walter Collins to Christian
Ganahl—Lot lis. block K. Knob I lilt tract;
$1250.
Adele nnd <'. P. Randolph to John S.
Johnson. South 1 ■ oi east '5 of lot 6. Cham
pion tract: $3000.
Mary v. L. Todd to City of Los. Angeles—
Sn ip off west cud of lot on southeast cor.
Los Angeles st.: $3943.
N. A. Covaerrubioa to same—Strip off
west end of lot fronting 50.25 feet em east
nine Los Angeles si., !,. t. Second and Third;
$1868,
.'. Henne to same—Strip off west side of
!<■' on northeast cor. Los Angeles and
Third sts.: 86211.
Fronds Mora Bishop oof Monterey and
1...-; Angeles to same—Com. 011 east line Los
Angeles street, b. t. Second and Third sis.;
$12,576.
Summary—Deeds. 57; nominal, 25; total
< sideratlon, $463,386.
ON 'CHANGE
Business Transacted and Prices Paiil at Home
en.l Abroad
NEW YORK. May IS.—Depression was
quite pronounced in the forenoon stock
speculation, the extreme low points being
reached about midday. In the afternoon
the trading w is null and Until prices were
at the best of the day and slightly above
Saturday's closing Ilgures. The volume of
business was moderate and distribution
Indifferent, the dealings bring almost en
tirely professional aside from the transac
tions for foreign account. Persistent sell
ing of the international shares on Euro
pean orders was a discouraging influence
iv tho early operations. Tlie chief points
of nitoek were the industrials, and mater
ial declines in prices occurred In them In
only moderate dealings. Sugar declined
L% tier cent, being especially affected hv
unfavorable trade conditions. The stock
r. malned at about tin 1 low point tbe great
er part of the dnv. Put eventually rallied
'*i per cent to 122. The general rallying
movement was attributed lo covering by
shorts chiefly. The dealings In bonds were
in a comparatively small volume, but a
firm ton" was noted. The aggregate sales
were 8967.000, Governments were weak
and fractionally lower on sales of $59,000.
CLOSING STOCKS.
NEW YORK. May I«—The following
ere the closing stock quotations:
C C Co 150 N \' & N EJ .... 43
Atchison 15H) Onlario ft W 14M
Adams Ex H7 Oregon Imp 1
Alton T 11 55 Oregon Nay 14
Ant Express ...114 Northwestern ...104%
Am Sugar pfd.lo3'.. do pfd 148(4
Baltimore &O. 18% N V Centhal 97
Canada Pac ... 69% OSlifttTN 7V..
Central Pac ... Mi Pacific Mail 25%
Canada South. 49»5 PD & E 2V a
Ches & Ohio .. I6'i Pittsburg 162
Chicago Aim..157 Lullman Palace..ls7
c Bft Q 79% Reading 11%
Chicago Gas... 67% U S Rubber 88%
CCC & S L-. 33 do pfd 80
Col C & 1 101% R GW 16%
Cotton O C 113 do pfd 43
Del Hudson ...125 Rock Island 69%
D L & W 159 St L & H F Ist pfd —
I>£- R G pfd... 47% St Paul 77%
f> &C F C 0... 18% do pfd 128
Erl > 14% St Paul ft 0 48%
do pfd.... 30 do pfd 124
i:rie 2d pfd 21 Southern Pac ... 19.,
Fort Wayne ...160 Sugar Refinery..l2l%
Great N pfd ...113 Term C & I 26%
C& E I pfd... 100 t'extvs Pac 8
Hocking Vlley 15 T * O Cen pfd... 73
Illinois (len 95% Union Pac 7%
St P ft D 23 U S Express .... 90
Kft T pfd 21% WSt L & P 6%
L E & W 17 do pfd 17%
do pfd.... 80% W-F Express ... 97
Lake Shore. ...148 Wesllern Union.. 81»,
Lead Trust ... 26% W& L E 9%
L & N 50 do pfd 35
L ft N A ...... 9">i Minn & St L.... 1814
Man Con 101% Dft R G 14
M &-C 15 Gen Electric 31%
Missouri Pac. 254 Natl Linseed 1(1
Michio-an Cen.. 93% Col & F 1 27%
M & Ohio 20 do pfd 90
NashChatt .... 68 HAT c«n 2%
Natl Cordage.. 1% U S Leather pfd 65"..
do pfd.... 9% 1' S Cnrda* pfd 19
N J Central.... 108% So R R 9%
N& AY pfd 8", do pfd 29^
North Am Co.. 5% Am Tobacco 054
Northern Pac. % do pfd 98%
do pfd.... 11% UPD&G 8
Am T ft C C 0.... 91
BOND LIST.
NEW YORK, May 18.—The following
were the closing quotations on bonds to
u' l S n4s coup..ll6'', Van Sd Ma 106
U S n 4s reg....116% C Plats 0f'93....101%
US 5s reg 112% I. ft N 4s 81
US 5s coup 112% D ft R G 7s. ...110
U S Is reg I(W% I) ft R G 45V... 91
U c0up....109% Erie 2ds 65%
US 2s reg 91% G Hft S A 65... .105
Pac 6s of '95.. ..103% G Hft S A 78.. ..162
Ala Class A 106 H ft T Cen ss. ...108%
Ma Class 8....106 H & T Cen 6s 100
Ala Class C... 100 MKT Ist 4s 86
Ala currency..lo6 mutual union 65.i1l
new con 4s 97 NJ C Gen 5s 119
Mo 6s 124 N P ists 116%
N C 4s 105 N P 2ds 113%
S C non-fund.. 1 Northwest C0n..138%
Term n set 65.. 83 do S F deb Do. .109%
Term n set 55..108 R G West lsls.. 76%
Term n set 35.. -» St P consols 75..130
Term old 65.... 60 St P C ft P W 55.114%
Vu. centuries... 61% St L& T M Gen 5s 79
Va deferred.... 7 St L& S F Gen 65114%
Atchison 4s 79% Tex Pac lss 90
Atchison set: A 42% do 2ds 22'S
So RR 5s 95 UP ists of '96...103%
N P 3ds 72 ORft N Ists... .110%
SAN FRANCISCO MINING STOCKS.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 18.-The official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
were as follows:
Yellow Jacket .. 68 Grand Prize —
Andes 46 Hale ft Norcross..l93
Alta ]3 Julia 17
Alpha Con 27 Justice 13
Belcher 79 Kentuc.k Con 7
Hello Isle — Lady Wash Con... 5
Best ft deh0r..163 Mexican 100
Bod le Con S3 Mono a 5
Bullion 38 M. Diablo —
BulwerCon 43 Navajo —
Caledonia 16 Occidenal Con ....ISO
Con Cal ft Va...330 Ophir 225
Challenge Con ... 63 Overman 22
Chollar 253 Savage! 123
Con Imperial ... 3 Scorpion 10
Jonfldenoe 160 Potosi 140
"on New York.. 3 Union Con 105
Crown Point.... SO UrahiTon 23
Exchequer 11 Silver Hill 7
Gould ft Currlc.l3s Sierra Nevada 125
MONEY QUOTATIONS.
NEW YORK. May 18.—Money on call
easy at 202% per cent; las loan, 2% per
cent: closed, 2% per cent: prima mercantile
paper. 4#i5% per cent; sterling exchange
steady, with actual business in bankers'
bills at $4.88%@4.88% for dmand, and $4.87%
©4.87% for sixty days; postd rates, $4,804.89
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MOBBING. MAY in, 1896.
and KSKQ4.M; rommrrcial bills, W-SBM!
silver cenllloatcs, 68®»$%,
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18.—Drafts,
sight, 12%: telegraph, 15.
LONDON, May IS.-Consols, 112%.
THE LONDON MARKET.
NEW YORK. May 18.-The Evening
Post's London financial cablegram nays:
Speculative activity In tlie London stock
market lias been almost entirely trans
ferred to West Australian mines. Ameri
cans were dull on gold shipments, althouti
in the money market here shrewd men nob:
that the causes for (he-withdrawal of Bold
from New York are extraordinary, while
the condition of trade between the United
Slates and England is comparatively bel
ter than a year ago. Russia, is still buying
gold.
BOSTON QUOTATIONS.
BOSTON, May IS.— Atchison. 15%; Bell
Telephone. 200; Burlington, TB%; Mexican
Central. 10; Oregon Short Line, 0; San
Diego. 10.
TREASURY BTATEMENT.
WASHINGTON. May 11.-The treasury
today lost t1.244.1MQ in gold coin and 118,000
In bars, whbh loaces the true amount of
the gold reserve at 1111,490,828. Of the coin
withdrawals, |1100,004 was for export.
SILVER BULLION.
NEW YORK, .May 18.—Bar silver, (irk:
Mexican dollars. 51.
SAN FRANCISCO, Slav 18.—Bar silver,
OS: Mexican dollars. M%On6.
LONDON, May 1«.-a'r silver, 31 11-10 d.
CHICAGO MAEKET
Tha Day's Trarsac'.lons an ths Board ol
Trade
CHICAGO. May IS.-ln wheat there wns
only a moderali trade early, but later after
the decline titers Will more doing, the range
for tho day being lie. The news at hand,
outside of advices from lale seeding in tho
Northwest, were bearish and had a very
depressing effect on the market. The
start showed %@%e loss, and after selling
up to tic gradually declined l.a cents, ral
lied %<\ changed some and closed as stat
ed. Among tbe early Influences! Which
affected values were the Indifferent cables
und the liberal Northwestern receipts.
Early advices regarding the world's ship
ments reported tlie same large, und was
quite a factor, private advices making ihe
Black sea shipment 5,400,000, aud (he 'total
7.800.000 bushels. New York wired that $1.-
Iho.OiH) gold bad been engaged for shipment
tomorrow. The small decrease In the vis
ible supply added OOnsldSfSble to t he Weak
ness. The deoresSS was larger el Duluth
lluin expected, but not so large as looked
for on tlie lakes. Exports, too, were
small and disappointing and the weather
indications more favorable. There was a
moderate speculative trade in corn, tile
market covering but %c range, tn oals
there was enough selling nrsssure to force
prices down %ff%C, and the close was at
the bottom with a loss of %W%c. Higher
market for hogs started some buying In
provisions. When wheat began to show
decided weakness, however, the early buy
ers of provisions became sellers.
The leading futures closed as follows:
Wheat No. 2—May, 60%; July, 61%; Sep
tember, 62,
Corn No. 2—May, £S%; July, 29%; Septem
ber. 30%.
Oats No. 2-May, 18%: July, 19%; Septem
ber, 19=4.
Cash ({notations were as follows: Flour,
quiet and unchanged! No. % spring wheat,
flOji; No. :l spring wheat, 60061%; No. £ re d,
63%®64; No. 2 eorn.SK'.s: No. 2 cats. BQltAli
No. 2 white, 30%031% t. o. b.j No. :i white,
19%(>7/21M f, o. b.; No. 2 rye, 36; No. Bbarley,
nominal; No. 3. 2Sii34; No. 4. 2T©29j No. 1
flax seed. XV,,,; prime timothy seed. 83.25:
mess pork, per bhl.. $7.60'i!7.03; Inrd. per 100
lbs.. $4.57%; short ribs sides (loose), $1.15:
dry salted shoulders (boxed), I'-itU: short
clear sides (boxed), 4%©4%; whisky, distil
lers' finished goods, per gal. 12:!.
Receipts. Shpmts.
Flour, bbls 6,096 6.0.10
Wheat, bu 8,000 24.000
Corn, bu 140,000 154,000
Oats, bu 243,000 276.001
Rye, bu 1,001) 1,000
Barley, bu 32,000 6.000
On tbe produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creamery. Il'alju;
dairy, 9Wl3c; eggs were steady at s<?f9c.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO. May 18.—In cattle a falrlv
large business was transacted on the basis
of for common to fancy dressed
beef and shipping steers. In hogs buyers
made purchases of bogs largely at 88.3518
3.40: heavy hogs at $8.10®8.46: lightweights,
88.3003.65, and mixed and medium weights
at 83.30iit8.nfl. In sheep there was a good
demand on the basis of 88.6004.00 for com
mon to prime slw>ep. Lambs were in active
demand at $3.25(1/3.90 for Inferior to fair: at
34.00(84.70 for fair to choice, shorn, while
wooled Colorado lambs brought $4,80®5,16;
nice spring lambs sold around $5.90.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
Call Board Prices ol Cereals anJ Shipments
Rsce'vsJ
SAN FRANCISCO, May 18.—Wheat quiet
and steady: December, 103?„: new Reller,
1007s. Barley, no trading. Flour, family
extras. $3.75(((3.85; bakers' extras, 88.55};!
3.65; superfine, $2.55'i<3.00. Wheat. No. 1
shipping, 106%; choice. 108%; milling, 117%®
122%. Barley, teed, fair to good, 73'ei7'5;
choice, 76%'et 77*; brewing. 77%1i85. Corn,
t»| bran. $16.00. Oats, milling. 75«52U: sur
prise. 900100; fancy feed. ss%OS7%: good to
choice, 77%® 82%; poor to fair, 70ti75; gray,
75SiS2* 2 .
Receipts—Flour, or sks, 21,782; do Oregon,
40; wheat, ctls, 03,71.; do Oregon. 20: barley,
ctls. 4800: oats, ctls, 455; do Oregon, 565;
beans, sks, 872; rye, ctls, 270; potatoes, sks,
992; do Oregon. 464; onions, sks. 556; bran,
sks, 232; middlings, sks, 300; do Oregon, 50
--hay, tons, 435: straw, tons. 59: wool, bales.
693; wine. gals. 63,20"); hides, number, 2622;
quicksilver, ilasks, 30.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE.
Middlings. [email protected]: bran, $15.00® 16.00.
Hay—Wheat, ts.utWt 11.50; wheat and oat,
$8.001-310.00; oat. r.oOfcHi.OO; alfalfa, $7.00(qi
8.50; barley, $7.0u-..-:. ••••: clover, $6.0907.50:
compressed wheat, ST.OOft 10.M): do oat, $6.50
08.00; stock, 86.0ef.00 :straw, 835.WWj30.05.
Potatoes—River burbanks,. 45®tj0c; Ore
gon do. 690350; early rose, Cs®7sc: Petaluma
and Tomales. CSWiOc; new potatoes, 85c' r p
$1.00; Humboldt burbanks. 6(X«75c.
Vegetables—Los Angeles tomatoes. $1.75
GT2.00; siring baans. SiiilOc; green peas, 65c0
$1.00; garlic. —; green peppers. 12%'ril5c:
dried do, 7'ol0c; mushrooms,lofiT2%c; asoar
agus, $1.0001.75: extra do, $2.25ftt2.75: dried
okra. J2%®lse; rhubarb. 80®65c; extra do,
85c<<$1.00: cucumbers. 60cO$1.00: Mexican
tomatoes, 70c®$1.00; onions, $1.6091.75; new
onions, 50®65c.
Fresh fruits—Longworth strawberries,
6if?9c; large berries, 457 6c: gooseberrlese,
30c; black cherries 60090 c; white cher
ries. 45®65e; currants, 90c.
Citrus Fruits—Mexican limes, $3.50(3:6.00:
California lemons, common, "se<fi:i.2s: do.
good to choice, $1.5nft2.00; do fancy, $2.25f1:
2.50; California oranges, seedlings, $I.oo*i
2.00; navels, $2.2303.00; extras do, $3.ooc<i
3.50: Malta bloods, $2.0tV852.75.
Tropical Fruits—Hawaiian bananas, $1.00
(52.00; do pineapples. $8.60©6.00,
Butter—Fancy creamery. 14c; seconds,
13<!T13%e: fancy dairy, I2', s ai3c; do sec
onds. 12c.
Cheese—Fancy mild new. 7'/4(fSSc; fair to
good. O'Js'ic; Young America, [email protected]; East
orn. 12-H4H
Eggs—Store. 11012 c; ranch. 12®i3%e;
Ens: em, 11®1%c; Oregon, llOll%o; duck,
14Q15C.
Poultry—Live turkey gobblers. 15<ai6e:
do bens. ISlffHo: roosters, old. $4.00«J4.R0: do
young, $6.50rei8.00; broilers, large, $3.50®5.00;
do small, $2.0003.00: hens. —.
Game—Geese, per pair. $1.2501.50: pige
ons, old, J1.50uf1.76: do young. 32.00; hare,
per doz, Wg 7sc; cottontail, $1.00; bush do,
75c.
LIVERPOOL MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 18.—Spot wheat clos
ed steady with a poor demand; No. 2 red
winter, 6s 6%d: No. 1 hard Manitoba, 5s
4d: No. 1 California, 5s 9%d. Futures closed
quiet, with June and July unchanged and
other months 'id lower. May. 6s 3d: June,
5s 3d: July and August, 5s 3%d: September
quiet; American mixed new, 3s %d. Fu
tures closed quiet, unchanged; May and
June, 3s: uly, 8s %d: Autrust, 3s Rid: Sep
tember, 3s 2d: October, 3s 2%d, Flour closed
dull with a poor demand; St. Louis fancy
winter, 7s 3d. Pacific coast hops, £113s.
Assessment Notice
MATEO STREET AND SANTA FE AVE
nue Street CAR company, principal placo
of business, Los Angeles c|ty, California.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the directors of sajd company, held on
the 27th day of April. 1896. an assessment
of ten dollars' per share was levied upon
the capital Btock of the corporation, pav
ubl" on or before the Ist day of June, 189G
to W. S. Graves, treasurer, at the Mer
chants' National bank, cor. of Spring; and
Second streets. In Los Angeles, Cal.
Any stock upon which this assessment
shall remain unpaid on the JOth day of
June, ISM, will be delinquent and advertis
ed for sale at public auction, and unless
payment is made before will be sold on tho
20th day of July, 1890, at the office o? the
secretary, at IS* S. Broadway, Los Angeles,
Cal.. to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with costs of advertising and ex
pense et ssts. C. A. SUMNER.
Secretary.
Office 124 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal.
2S-6-12-19-2S
sick nfiiliii
Posltlvftly rcrod !>y tlicso
Little Pills.
They also relieve Distress from Py«pepsia,
Indigestion a:»l Too Hearty Eatti.j;. A per
fect remedy for Diztincjs, Nausea, Drowsf..
ness, Bad Taste in tbe Mouth, Coated Tongue
Tain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They,
Regulate the Bowels. Turcly Vegetable.
Bmall Pill. 8mal? Dose.
Stmali Price.
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LOS ANOELES
Supplies Butlneis Honses daily with all in
formation in their lice, covering the cntlrs
Coast.
Dr. Talcott <& Co.
(jajgOS \ The only SPECIALISTS In So. Cnl. for DISEASES of [ H
M*4 iVIEN ONLY tfN|
Yfrffifo£/fcr / We have the largest prsc-tlro on tho Paoiflt: Coast dmam*
" trratinir every form of Weakness and I'rivato xT- HraMaD !>^^E
IV WE ARE WILLING TO WAIT FOR OUR FEE ■■ : ij^^S> m WmW^m\\\i^^^
#j$W UNTIL CURE IS EFFECTED. /-^^^^^^^^B^SE
\ ~2 Corner Main and Third street, over Well; Fargo.
LINES OF TRAVEL
Southern Ca!i»
,|llP^ orn ' a a wa y
Trains leave and arrive
v, ■ Trains via Pasadena I
I arrive at Downey-ave.
' station 7 mm. earlier
' wistbound and leave 7
J W mm. later eastbound. j
CHI CAG O EX PR BBS—DAILY,
j To Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, St.
! Louis. Leaves daily 1014( a. m. Arrives
| daily 1:08 ]>. m.
PAN DIEGO TRAINS.
Lv *0:00 am, C:0o pm Ar 12:20 p m, '7:13 pm
, san BERNARDINO trains.
j P-Lv -7:10 am, 0 am. 10:43 am. *4:o0 pm,
4:43 pm O-Lv 10:15 am. *5:10 jnn
i P-Arrive 5:55 am. »:sii am. 1:05 pm. •5:00 pm.
0:15 pm O-Ar *11 am, 3:30 pm
RIVERSIDE AND REDLANDS TRAINS
l'-Lv »7:lo am. 0:00 am. 10:45 am, '4:00 pm,
4:15 pin O-Lv 10:16 am. •6:10 pm
P-Arrive f:80 am. 1:06 pm. *6:00 pm. 6:46 pm 1
tl-Arrive •UIOO am, 3:50 pm
PASADENA. MONROVIA AND AZIJSA. !
Leave '7:!0 am. 9:00 am. 10:15 am, 1:35 pin,
"4:00 pm, 4:15 pm. •6:40 pin
I Arrive <7:52 am. 6:56 am, 1:30 am. 1:03 pm,
It 15 pm, ,! 3:00 pm, 6:1.3 pm |
| ANAHEIM AND SANTA ANA TRAINS, i
I Leave <;<:oo nm. 9:00 am. 3:00 pin. 5:10 pm |
| Arrive S:3O nm, 13:80 pro, "3:56 pm, 7:13 pm j
REDONDO LEACH TRAINS,
jLv 9:30 nm, 5:05 pm Ar 8:29 nm, 4:4opm
SANTA MONICA TRAINS,
j Leave 7:10 am. 10x00 am. 5:06 ptn.
Arrive 8:55 am. 4:40 pm, 6(80 pm
PERRIS AND SA NJA'. INTO TRAINS?
! Leave P-»9:0n aro, 0-*lu:!s am
| Arrive P-'»l:05 pm. O-*ll:00ain
ELSINORH AND TEMECULA TRAINS.
Leave P-»9:0Oam, O-»10:15 am
Arrive P-»J :U5 pm, «'ti:4s pm O-*ll:00 am
ESCONDIDO. i FALLRROOK.
Leave "2:00 pm Leave •9:00 am
Arrive •12:39 pm ; Arrive "7:15 pm
P-Via Pasadena: O-Via Orange; *dal'y
except .Sunday: nl! other trains daily.
Ticket office, 129 N. Spring st. und La I
Grande station.
SoUTHnr.N PACIFIC COMPANY
TIME TABI.K—APRIL 27, 1533
Leave for ' DESTINATION ; Ar. from
2:0.j pm ,s. Kriui,, Sacramento I j 7:30 am"
9100 Pitt j SadJE»»t, via Ogden I i.Bupm
[>:>!ipm! Portland, Or | 1:3) pm
2:30 pm 1 El Paso ami East | 1:o l ptn
Past. I. n.-i ' A 7:3) am
7:51 ar.i " »nm
A s :98 am " 1 9 :.V) ant
Bslg am " ! 10:4) an
A 11 :Ji am « I :]i pm
11:3] pm " ; A StOS pm
5 ■■'•> pr.i » ... b-M bra
6:-0 pm " > 7:13 pra
A IllS pm '■
6 tioam -i Riverside, f uioaio
8 tit am | Itedlimds. J, 1:0) pm
!:80pm t Ban P,emardinij VHpro
4:8) pm | and Cotton I 6:88 pm
»:o)nm j f |iM am
tt:2-iam: Pomona 9:65 an)
2:3) pm |- and ■ 1 l:)lpm
4:Jopm | Ontario I 4:H pm
5:25 pm J 11 (t:.li pm
6:03 am Cblno , S:s):im
4:39 pm " I 9:55 am
6:38 fun " ! BtlS »:o
8:00 em* S Covin* (\ l:'i')u
A2:>ipm - Bon Dlmas -H A l;08nra
5:25pm l Lordsbnrg Ii o:B3fain
8:05 nm | Monrovia (i A 111) am
A 11:20 am | Arcadia J; 0:5) am
A3: spm |" and | AlMOpn
s:opm J Duarte {] d:)sp:n
B:)'ain Santa Barbara j 12:Wpra
4:0" pm * I 8110 pat
A;: 0 pm, B » n . t » *!' aa J All 55 am <
5:10 Jim J Anaheim , Srljpnt
10:05 am ) Whlttter f »!*>am
A 0:10 am Tustln i 8:05 am .
5:10 pm " , A 5:2') pm |
?:',',! »!5 I Long Beach and I 1 *!} jam
V sis S3
0:00 am Santa Monica.
10:00 am 7:45 am
& :55 am
1:10 pm 13:17 pm
6:15 pm 4:2) pin
«:00pm " 5:10 bra
10:00 am Soldlera* Home 12:17 p.u
6:"o pm " 4:JO bm
9:o)am port Los Aneeles IStiTpra
10:0.1 am pm
1:10 pm " 5:1) ii v
A I:4opm Catallna Island A :-0 am
At>:4oain; t:iifttstvortli Park A 4:1: pra
Cbatswoftii Park-.l.eavo fnm and arrive
River Station, Hun Fornando straet, only.
A Sundays exoeptSa,
THE INBIDB TRACK.
All S.P. Co. - s trains stop nt First strant ;
the four San Francisco trains) and Commercial
street (except the D:iJ San Francisco
train), In the business center ot tlie city, aavlug
lime and street car faros to passengers.
Ueneral Passenger Ofti.ce. ~- 1 s. Spring street j
PASADENA AND LOS ANGELES
ELECTRIC RAILWAY.
Care leave Fourth and Spring streets.
For Rubto Canyon and Echo Mountain—
8:00. S:CO and 10:00 a. m.; 1:00, 3:00 and 4:00
p. m.
Returning leave Echo Mountain—B:oo and
9:00 a. m.: 2:00. 4:00 and 4:45 p. m.
For Altadena—B:oo a. m. and every hour
until 10:00 p. m.
Returning leave Altadena—6:3o a. m. and
hourly until 9:30 p. m.
For Pasadena—Every fifteen minutes
from 7:15 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. Half hourly
before and after these hours.
Office, 222 W. Fourth street.
W. D. LARRABEE. Supt.
E- P- CLARK, General Manager.
READ THIS LETTER
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 1, 1896.
To the public: I was seriously afflicted
for about ten years with lung, liver ana
kidney troubles. Tongue could never ex
press tbe misery I endured during those
years. I was reduced in flesh until I was
a mere skeleton; my sight and hearing
were badly impaired; was constantly
troubled with constipation and piles, and
had a severe chronic cough. In short, life
vas a burden and death weuM have been
welcome. I was treated by various spec
ialists without avail. I finally resolved
to give Dr. Wong Him. of No. 639 Upper
Main street, a trial. Of course, like many
ethers. I had no faith In a Chinese doc
tor, but it took only a few doses of his life- >
giving herbs te knock all the skepticism
out of roe. In just five weeks the doctor
pronounced me cured, and now I can i
truthfully say that I never was healthier
and never felt better in my life. My
sight and hearing are both fully restored:
that ebnexieos cough, constipation and
plies are entirely cured, and I am rapidly |
gaining in flesh, having gained forty
pounds in two months.
I earnestly recommend all sufferers and
skeptics to give the doctor a trial and be
convinced of his superior skill as a physi
cian.
JOHN M. STEVENSON.
830 Bellevue avenue, Los Angeles, Cal.
I^TrrUTIONS^
STATE LOAN &TRUST COMPANY
OF LOS ANGELES
CKPITHL PHID L/P lIS COLD COIN $500,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Interest paid on time deposits. Wo art as trustees, Kuardlana, administrators, tte*
Safe Deposit Ro\e;-t for Rent.
directors am> OFFICERS
11. .T. WOOl.r.it r.TT, President: .1. !'. TO'.VELb. ce-Preiident: WARRBir OttMUaal
Mrunrt Vii e-I'r'Sjlc'i.'; .I'.illN w A . OFF, > . M B LEWIS Assistant Cashier: OMHbI
1! iVINRURAKK. 11. X foitli.lt, F. C. HOW , It. H. UOtVELL, P. M. Oaltlfll
OAKUNEK, B F. BALL. "'- ™* ■*
•THE NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA "
' AT LOS 4KOBI.eS
Capital and Profits $1270,000.00
OFFICERS I DIRECTORS
Joseph l) BaDFORD AiiUtaiit'cataier fred°o johnson T t*NKwfj£ Aa '
K. I. UPPERS Assistant Cashier ;| f KEU a JOrf a. ,rABLEY ■ '
OLDEST AND LARGEST BARK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
Farmers' and flerchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Cat.
Capital Paid Up, $500,000. Surplus and Reserve, $820,000
I w. HELLMAN, President; It. W. HKLLMAT*, Vice-President) If. J. FLEISHMAN, Cssatst;
<;. HE 1 MANN, Assistant Cash lor. Directors—W. ii. PERU v, o. w. CIIILDS. J p. FRANCIA
C. K. THOM, I. W. HELLaf AN, JR., 11. W. HELLMAN, A. OLASSEL, T. L. DUQUE, X. V.
Special Collection Department. Correspondence Invited. Safe Deposit Boxes for Bent.
Of !/)<• ASOET.F.sI
Capital etnrit >wm
Rurplssana anotvided profits over..
;. M. Ktf.IOTT, PfesWent.
W. «. KKKCKHOPF, V. PresMent.
PRANK A. (irnfttlK,Oaahler,
(). B. SHAt'fF.R. Aas't Cashier.
DrttECiOllK:
J. M. Elliott, J. 1). nictneu,
F, Q. Stow. 21. JeVSe,
1. 1). Hooei r- \V. ('. I'attenan.
Wm. O. Kerckhotr.
KepeMlQ (units or other preferred depaslta re
r*ivcU ty tins Mtßll.
ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
United States Depository.
Capital fvw.mw
Surplus 42,900
Total 1542,500
OEOItHE H. BONKRRAKE I'rrsldeat
WAIUII4N lill.Liil.fc-N' Vice President
F. C. UOVVKS Cashier
E. W, COE Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS:
Grcrge TI. Eonabrake, V.'arren Glllelen. P. M.
Oreen, CSarleA A. Karrtn'-r. W. C, Brown. A. wf.
Franciii o, k. p. Johnson, >t. T. Allen, P.O. Howsa
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crowd I no; the? ud vert inline columns of The Ilcruld, iph lizlna; vhatit Is tho medium sad
\y the only medium through which they can reach one-half th* people
I In Southern California i
UNES OF TRAVEL
J>ACIFIC COAST STJ-iAMSIUi? CO.
iiuodall, I'erklns tt Co., General Agents, San Fran
cisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Or.,
Victoria, 11. C, aud Pugot Muund, Alasku and all
coast points.
SOUTHERN UOUTE3
TIME TABLE FOU MAY. 1891
Leave Francls;*o
For— i '
Port Harford jB. P. Corona, Mny 1, 9, 17, 23;
Santa .Barbara t June- 1 .
Kedondo '
Port lios Angeles.. S. S. Santa Rosa, May 5, 13,
Newport j 21, -J; JuuetJ.
San l>lei;o I 1
For- |s. S. St. Paul, May 7.15, U3, 31;
East San Pedro | Junes.
ban Pedro and way S. S. Eureka. May 3, 11, 11), 27;
pons | Juno 4.
Leave Port Los Angeles and Ite-londo
For— 13. B. Santa ltosa, Mny 7, 15, 88,
31; June ». *
&an Dfego IS. s. Corona, May 3, 11, 19, 27;
| June 4
For— Is. S. Santa Bosa, May 1, 9, 17,
San Francisco | 25; .Tune 2.
Port Harford S. s. Coruna, May 5, 13,21,29;
Santa Barbara | Juneti.
Leave San l'cilro and East Sun Pedro.
For— Is. S. Eureka, May 6, H, 22, 3); ,
San Francisco June 7.
And S.B Hi. Paul, Mny 2, 10, 18, 0 j
\\ ay ports 1 J uuo 3. '
Cars to connect with steamers via San Pedru
leave S. P. li. B. (Arcade depotj ato:o>p. m. and
Terminal U. 11. depot at 5 p. m.
Cars to connect via ltedoudo leave Santa Ye !
depot at fttSO a. in. or from Bedoiidu Baihvay depot t
at IIM a. ni.
Carti to cunnect via Port Anseles leave S. P. !
B. B. depot al > :10 p m . lor steuiners north bouu.], 1
FIBB9 tif sieanier.s' cabins at iiyent'd oliice, where
bertha may he secured.
The company reserves the right to change tho
steamers or their days of salllmz.
For passaie or freight as ahove or for tickets to
and from all important points iv Europe apply ti»
W. PARKIB, Aneut.
Office. 123.; W. Third St.. Los Angeles
LOS AilS I tti I.
DEPOT: Grand avo. aud Jefferson s'*
Tn effect January t, 1898.
Leave Los Angeles ' Leave Hedondofor {
for Kedondo Los Alleles
8:06 a.m... Daily ":.on,m Dally
4:ao p.m. Daily < 1 p.ui l'uliy
Por passenger and freltht rates apply at dep:»t,
corner Grand avenua and JeA'crson street. Telo
phony West L
L. T. GAKNSEV, PresldonU
L. J. PERRY, Buperintondeuc
PERRY, MOTT&CO.'S
LUMBER VKRD
AM) PLANING MII.LS
188 Commercial street. Los Angeles, Cal.
7
UNION BANK OF SAVINGS
CAPITAL PAID IN $28,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES, OAL.
OFFICER* UD DIfICCTOFie
M. Iff. Stimeon Wm. Ferguson W. B. HcVa*
P'"l. Fr«U. Cuknr
C. G. Harrison S. H. Mots R. W. Bsker
A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSIT*
MATH STF.KBT SAVINGS BAICR *
AND TRUST COIfPABTf
Junction ot Main, Spring and Temple sts.
(Temple Block), Los Angeles.
Capital paid up SISXSSS
i Mirers and directors: T. L. Duqus. Pzssldsatl
I. -V Van Nuys, Vice President; J. V. VestekSslT
Cashlrr; H. W. Hellman. Kaspare Othn, H. W.
OMeiveny J. II l.ankerahim, O. T. Jojsnsoa. ABO
Haas, \V. O KerckholT. ... ...,.„ •**•»
Money loaned on real estate.
Five per cent Interest paid on terns Sspsstts,
GERMAX-AMERICaN SAVINGS BANK.
Cor. Main and First ats., Loa Angeles, Cat.
Paid up capital .9100.000 00
Surplus and undivided profits .. 37,4 M M
_ Victor Ponet, President; L. W. Bllisn, First Vie*
President; V. If. Flint, second Vice president; fit.
N. Avery, Cashier; P. F. Schumak.'er. Assistant
Cashier. Directors—Dr. Joseph Kurtz, L. W,
lilinn, Huso Zuher, C. N. Flint, H. VP. Btoll, M. ft.
Avery, C. Brodc, Victor Ponet, I. A. Lothian.
Emanuel Eyraud, Interest allowed on deposits
Money loaned on real estate.
ASO3jLM _ BAVWOB-3rAjr3r.
230 N. Mai not.
JK. Plater, Pres. H. W. tarn.—— w. rm
W. at. Caswell, CasuVpr™^
Drcctors-I.W. Hellman, J. St Plasm BL BR
Bel,man t. w. Hellman, jr.. \V. at. Oalwitl.
Int T»at paid on depoetts. Homey tills*** Bast,
euuu real estate. """" 1 ™ BB»«
LINESJWJWAVEL
LOS ANGELES TERMINAL RY.
IN EFFECT MAY 4, 1896.
Los Angeles Depots: Kast end First street
and Downey avenue bridges.
Leave Los Angeles Leave Pasadena for
tor Pasadena, Los Angeles.
a S:ir> a. m a 8:50 a. mT
n !>:::(> a. in , a 10:50 a.m.
all :S0 a. m a 12:45 p. m.
a 3:80 p. m a 4:50 p.m.
a 6:30 p. m a 5:35 p.m.
Downey avenue leaving time 7 minutes lat
er. Between Los Angeles and Pasadena
—Hound trip 25c.
Leave Los Angeles IL've Altadena Juno,
lor Altodena June. | for Los Angelas.
a 0:30 a. m I a 10:30 a. as.
o 11:30 a. m c 12:25 p. m.
a 3:30 p. m [ a 4:30 p. m.
All trains start from First street depot.
Leave: Los Angeles Leave Glendale for
for Glendale | Los Angeles. _
b 7:2 ft a. m b 8:02 a. m.
o 8:00 a. m c 8:43 a. ra.
a 12:30 ii. m a 1:12 p. m.
a 5:05 p. m a 6:02 p.m.
Leave Los Angeles Leave East San
for Lour Beach and Pedro for Los An-
I Last San Pedro _ geles.
a 0:15 p. m I a 7:15 a n>
a 1:10 p. m a 10:39 a. n.
a 0:15 p. m I a 4:00 p. as,
j Between East San Pedro and Los An
I geles 10 minutes,
CATAI.INA.
' Steamer for Avalon connects wltß 1 11
p. m. train dally, except Bundays.
ItUBIO CAN YON AND ECHO MOTJJS ■
TAIN.
i Trains leave Los Angeles dally at 8 3c
i a. m., c 11:30 a. m. and a 3:30 p. ra.
J Kino pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery.
I Telescope and searchlight.
a—Daily. b-Daily except Sunday. $fm
1 Sundays only, d—Saturdays only.
Stages meet the 8:13 a. m. train at Paas
! dena tor Mount Wilson on new trail,
i Passengers leaving Los Angeles on th*
I 8:13 a. m. train for Mount 'WlP'on can re
' turn the same day.
Special rates to excursion and plcnio
, parties.
I Denots east end of First street and Dow
' noy avenue bridges.
City ticket office, Greenwald's clear
store, corner Second and Spring streets.
General offices, First street depot.
T. B. m' RNETT. General Manager.
W. WINCUP, General Passenger Agent.
C. F. HEINZEHAN,
Druggist and Chemist
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles
Prescriptions carefully compound** 1 star
or night.

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