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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
NEWS NOTES FROM PASADENA
A Frightened Chinaman Meets
Sudden Death
JUMPED TO ESCAPE FIRE
And Struck on His Head on the Curb-
The Election Draws Out a Large Vote.
A Surprise Party to Miss Lamon.
News Brevities
PASADENA, Nov. 4.—Despite the er
forts of the fire department the large
frame building on tho corner of Glendale
street and Fair Oaks avenue was to
tally destroyed by fire about midnight
last night and Chin Sing, a Chinaman,
received Injuries from which he died
shortly after. The building was occu
pied by the Sue Yen laundry, and at the
time of the Are all the CbinaniPn had re
tired with the exception of two who were
at work in a shed in the rear. Seven
were asleep upstairs and when they
awoke they found the stairway ablaze
and escape cut off. Tho man who was
killed threw out some of his bedclothes
and jumped from an upper window. The
Chinamen were evidently very much ex
cited, as they idled out one after tin' oth
er In wild contusion, Reports differ as
to just how Chin mot his death. Thomas
Banbury says that bo jumped from the
window and alighted on tho curb head
first. Another report says that he had
a quilt or mattress in bis hand when be
jumped and that when lie alighted this
covered him up so th&t Ills companions
leaped on him. At any rate he was ta
ken to the receiving hospital and died
soon after without recovering conscious
ness. The building was a total loss. It
was owned by Thomas Banbury and CI.
J. Drodesser and was valued at $1000. Tha
laundry company loses about $500. Both
the building and contents were Insured.
Coroner Campbell bold an inquest on the
body of the dead man this afternoon.
ELECTION NOTES
The weather hero was excellent all
day and the heaviest vote ever polled
by this city was counted tonight. Car
riages ran all day carrying voters of all
descriptions to the polls. Some slight
difficulty was caused by voters who did
know their precincts, but they were
..II finally directed in the way they should
go. In some precincts changes were
made from the regularly appointed of
ficers as follows: In the First precinct
Frank Healy as judge took the place of
C. H. Frost. In the Second precinct D.
J. MoPherson served in the place of the
hitherto unappointcd judge; W. E. Buck
ingham served in the place of O. D.
Braddock and J. Peaslee as ballot clerk
served In the place of C. W. Abbott. In
tho Third precinct Judge Griswold
served as unappointcd officer. In the
Fifth John Shnwalter acted as unap
pointcd inspector and S. Bennett served
as judge in the place of A. C. Drake. In
the Seventh J. B. Young served in the
place of William Lewis as judge. In the
Eighth C. H. Rhodes took the place of C,
H. Richardson. Returns will be found in
another column.
SURPRISE PARTY
Miss Lamon of East Colorado street
was surprised by her friends last even
ing as a. farewell before her departure
for San Francisco. The guests were in
vited by Mrs. Lamon and the evening
was spent in the enjoyment of games
and refreshments. The guests were:
Misses May Brooks, Essie Mendenhall,
Emma Rood, May Mendenhall, Messrs.
John Chapman, Richard Shoemaker,
Arthur Stonehouse, Henry Patten, Wal
ter Willis, Charles Farr and Frank Men
denhall.
BREVITIES
Assistant Engineer Rolla Monahan of
the Pasadena und Los Angeles Electric
railway met with a painful accident yes
terday afternoon while at work in tho
power bouse. He was nearly blinded
by an electric fuse which Hashed in
bis face. This morning he could not
see.
Tho Marengo Avenue Chautauqua cir
cle held a meeting last evening at the
home of Miss Hurd on North Los Ro
blcs avenue, when paragraphs were read
by George Buruian and Miss Woodruff
from different books. The rest of the
evening was given up to discussion and
the admittance of five new members.
The Trilbys, who are the Southern
California champions, will play ball with
the local team on the bicycle trsrPk
grounds on Friday. Nov. 6th. This
should be an excellent game, and if
everybody in town does not turn out
they will miss it. 'Busses will leave the
Brunswick at 1:30.
The V P. S. C. E. of the Presbyterian
church will hold a social in the parlors
of the church on Friday evening. A fine
musical and literary program has b%>n
arranged - and a pleasant time is ex
pected.
Dr. George Wall has returned from
the Yoscmite.
Dr. Berry is very ill at his home on
North Euclid avenue.
Mrs. C, C, Thompson has returned
from Long Beach for the winter.
Mrs. Dr. IScld, who has been very
Bick, is recovering.
H. M. Singer lias returned from his
eastern trip.
George Howell and Ned Carr left this
morning on a hunting trip.
Mrs. E. A. Yore is a guest in the
olty today.
Mrs. L. C Torrance has returned from
the east.
C. C. Harding left on this morning's
overland for Boston.
Miss Ellen Beach Yaw, the singer, and
her mother are the guests of Mrs. Han
nah Fish and family of South Marengo
avenue.
Amandus Juers, late steward of the
Hotel Green, is now acting in a similar
capacity for the Stewart hotel at. San
Bernardino. His family will remain in
Pasadena for the present, at least.
FULLERTON.
The Ballots Cast But Are Not Yet
Counted.
FULLERTON, Nov. 3.—The election
has been carried on very quietly, with
out a ruffle to disturb even the bitterest
partisan. The full voting strength of
the different parties has been brought
out but the indications are that this
precinct will go Democratic by from
fifteen to twenty majority. Two hun
dred and seventy-six votes were polled
out of a registration of 295.
Monday night Hon. J. R. Rush spoke
to one of the largest political gatherings
that has ever been held In Fullerton.
He spoke for three hours and ten min
utes and during the whole of that time
kept his aucMence deeply interested and
without doubt made many converts to
the sliver cause.
Judge Ling also spoke to the goldbugs
on Monday night, but to about one-half
as many listeners as greeted Judge
Rush.
The W. C. T. U. bad a splendid lunch
set in McDermott's hall all day long for
the hungry voters.
As an evidence ot the prosperity of
Fullerton not a vacant house can be had
for love or money.
E. H. Paine, an old line Republican,
voted for Bryan yesterday.
The walnut crop this year will average
about fifty carloads. There are ten car
loads ready for shipment now.
F. W. Millhouse of La Habra will soon
commence the erection of a residence in
that fertile valley. Well digging is going
on very extensively.
A petition was circulated around town
today and received nearly two hundred
signatures for the appointment of a jus
tice of the peace in Fullerton and one In
Buena Park.
The Misses Sellnger, two young ladles
who have been heretofore ardent Re
publicans, were listening to Judge Rush's
silver tongue last night.
The Fullerton band, and by the way,
one of the best bands In the state, was
In a kind of dilemma last night. The ma
jority of the boys were for Bryan but
they tooted for McKinley all the same.
Such Is politics.
W. J. Hale of La Habra was In Fuller
ton today.
Miss Maud Mossbaugh and Miss Hoff
of Santa Ana were seen in Fullerton on
election day awheel.
Chauncey Huggins did a land office
business today.
Misses Vail. Hazelip and Schulte are
strong Bryan supporters, as their pres
ence indicated on Monday night at the
silver meeting.
Mrs. Dr. Kellogg Lane spoke on wo
man's suffrage Monday night before
both political clubs.
CHI NO
The Sugar Campaign Ended—Social and
Personal Notes
CHINO. Nov. 3.— Now that the sugar
factory is closed the teams are no lon.ger
strung out on the road, and there has
been an exodus of transient people who
came here to work during the beot cam
paign.
Gray squirrels are sometimes found
In the hills west of Chino. E. G. Wood
ard killed one last week.
Mrs. E. O. Valllkltt visited Los Ange
les tho past M eek.
Harry Learn goes to Edcly, N. M., as
chemist in the new factory there.
Mrs. A. W. Morgan arrived here a few
clays ago, and will become a permanent
resident.
The position of road master being va
cant, Charles E. Lawrence has received
the appointment to fill the place for
the re mainder of the term.
The illness of Mrs Merrill, sister of
Mrs. N. Sloppy, is quite serious, and her
mother, Mrs. Stoddard, was called home
to San Bernardino in consequence.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Stoddard of San Ber
nardino have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
N. Sleppy.
T. H. Goff of San Bernardino, nominee
for assemblyman, was in town during
the week.
Miss Geneveve Davies has returned
from her visit to Santa Barbara and
A^entura.
J. M. Fuquar of Rincon was in town
this week with a great big sample of
corn grown on his place.
Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Galbraith have re
turned from their visit to San Fran
cisco.
Miss Syoo ot Salem, Ohio, and her
mother, Mrs. Syoc, will make their home
in Chino.
O. J. Newman, J. 11. Leo and J. W.
Grumbling were in attendance at the
superior court in San Bernardino the
past week as witnesses in an insolvency
case.
SANTA BARBARA.
SANTA BARBARA, Nov.3.—The vote
is coming in slowly from regions over
the mountains. The county is probably
Republican by a small majority. Lom
poc is Republican by a small majority
and Santa Barbara city is conceded to
the Republicans by 130. Boyce and
Harris (Republicans) ran ahead of their
ticket for the assembly and senate.
Cope, Democratic candidate for superior
judge, is undoubtedly elected by a large
majority, as he is running away ahead
of his ticket. Returns from Montecito,
Carplnterla, Ballard, Guadalupe and
Los Alamos give Republican majorities.
Santa Maria and Santa Ynoz are very
close and still In doubt. It was an un
usually quiet election, bbut one arrest
being made in the city. Local fights
caused scratching to a great extent.
SANTA ANA.
SANTA ANA, Nov. 3.—At 8 oclock
both parties are still claiming the coun
ty by majorities of from 50 to 150. Here
in the city four out of five wards as far
as counted show a majority for McKin
ley, Bowers for congress running ahead
of his ticket. Jones for state senator
will get a big majority in this county
over the head of the fusion candidate.
SAN BERNARDINO.
SAN BERNARDINO, Nov. 3.—The
count is proceeding slowly. Four city
precincts give Bryan 53 plurality. Par
tial returns from other precincts show
no Bryan gains. The county is Repub
lican by at least SOO plurality.
BURLINGTON EXCURSIONISTS.
The following passengers arrived in
Los Angeles from the east on Monday
afternoon, by the Burlington route per
sonally conducted excursion, in charge
of Mr. R. Cunningham:
Mrs. L. Vickers, Mrs. W. K. McKib
ben. Miss L. Tyler, A. P. Howland, L. R.
Jenkins, M. F. Coberth, C. W. Webb and
wife, Mrs. G. S. Atwood, Mrs. E. Isaacs,
F. N. Sherman, C. W. Bcebe, Chicago;
Mrs. M. Jackson and daughter, Charles
Funk and wife, Miss H. Russell, Jos.
Cohen, St. Louis; Mrs. M. Stowe, Cleve
land, Ohio; C. D. Potter, New York;
Mrs. M. Heywood, Mrs. F. Spauldlng,
J. H. Johnson, O. F. Shepard, Philadel
phia; W. T. Brown and wife, Peoria, 111.;
B. F. Burkhart, wife and daughter, Miss
K. Law, Alice Law, Fairfield, Iowa; J.
B. Mclsaac. Lead City, S. D.; Mrs. J.
Mitchell and daughter, Aurora, Neb.; J.
R. Irvin and wife, Mrs. S. Sullivan, H.
H. Sullivan, A. H. Sullivau. Miss P. Sul
livan, Miss S. Sullivan, Shenandoah,
Iowa; Mrs. H. Cottrell. Lincoln, Neb.;
Mrs. A. Lowell. Crete, Neb.; Mrs. C. O.
Fish, L. H. Fish. Ravenna. Ohio; Mrs.
L. Hayslelt, Dcs Moines, Iowa; Ida M.
Harter, West Point. Iowa; J. McKcen,
Boston; Mrs. S. L. Smith, H. W. Smllh,
Mrs. Rohman, H. W. Chain, Pekin, 111.;
J. A. Brooks', New York.
MRS. HUBER'S STORY.
Mrs. Alice Huber says the report of
the difficulty between herself and hus
band was incorrect. She says her hus
band deserted her—leaving her at her
mother's house and it is not true as re
ported that she took her baby and left
him. It is incorrect that her husband
came on Saturday night and had trouble
with her; but he did come on Sunday
night with a policeman and he then
threatened to procure a revolver and
kill her. The husband has twice stolen
the baby from her.
To a col . i.t ... c ,#ay
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. 25e.
Wedding invitations or announcements,
either printed or engraved, tine quality,
reasonable in price. H. M. Lee & Bro..
140 N. Spring st.
My prices for Wallpaper beat all the city.
A. A. IGclutaue, £K4outn Spring street.
liOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 4, 189 S.
MARKETS OF THE WORLD
Local, Eastern and Foreign
Commercial Dealings
WALL STREET SPECULATION
Kansas Farmers Make Six Million Dol
lars In Wheat
St. Louis as a Tobacco Manufacturer—
Sonoma Wine Crop—European
Walnuts.
On the first Monday In July this year
No. 2 wheat was worth ij4~s cents per bush
el in tlie Chicago market. On last monday
It reached 75% cents, a rise of .cents.
On a surplus of 25.000,000 bushels this rise
would make an addition of nearly $6,000,
--000 to the cash income of tlie farmers of
Kansas on this one crop alone. The rise
has not probably reached Us maximum
yet. Corn is feeling the effects of the
foreign demand tor breads tufts and may
be expected to bring better than present
prices. —Merchatlts' Journal.
The position of St. Louis as the largest
manufacturing point for tobacco is still
maintained, the. output for the year being
M,47(,U0 pounds, in addition there were
48,073,000 cigars and 2.o64,ooocigarettes man
ufactured. The amount of smoking tobac
co and chewing tobacco manufactured In
the United Slates during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1895, was 948,269,838 pounds.
Of tills amount St. Louis manufactured
(9,840,560 pounds, or 23.n0 per cent.
The HealdSbUrg Tribune estimates that
the grape yield of the Sonoma valley about
Healdsburg, and so out as far as ciover-
be within 30 per cent of the usual
result The vintage will exceed 2,500,000
gallons, which Is about 50 per cent of the
usual output of the entire valley. The
quality of the grapes has been fully up to
the average, the quantity of saccharine
being from 22 to 24 per cent.
An Interesting report has just been re
ceived at the state department regarding
the growing of walnuts In Europe, Wal
nuts are, to a certain extent grown all
over Europe, but in most countries', such as
Germany, Belgium, Holland', etc., the yield
Is small, being barely enough to supply
tlie home demand. France, Italy and- Aus
tria-Hungary are Ihe only countries rais
ing walnuts in sufficient quantities for ex
port. The most Important walnut growing
district Its France is Grenoble. Tlie nuts
grown there are of especially tine quality,
being of the soft-shell variety, large, white
meat, ami running uniformly. The price
Is about S to 9 cents per pound. The prin
cipal growing district of Italy Is Plasslo
ill Sorrento; the nuts bring on an average
of from 4% to ")'4 cents per pound. During
the year 1595 the Imports of walnunts into
the United States from France were val
ued at $337,881.40 and those from Italy at
$46,956.42.
A cigarette is hut a pinch of tobacco In
a paper envelope: any pair of hands can
make one, and lithographers and box
maxers are to be found in abundance, yet
the fact appears to be that a new cigar
ette has a harder row to hoe than even a
new author. Dealers tell me that cigar
ette smokers are like tobacco chewers—
they are loyal to standard 1 brands ami will
have nought to do with novelties.no matter
how attractive the package may be or
how tine the tobacco. If a cigarette can
live for five years it has an eternity before
it; but. my. how hard it is for some of them
to live for oven live weeks?— United States
Tobacco Journal.
CURRENT QUOTATIONS.
Yesterday w-as practically a holiday and
prices were nominally unchanged. Choice
eggs are firm at 25 cents.
EGGS—Local ranch, 211/25; eastern, 20V
21.
BUTTER—Fancy local creamery, per 2
lb. square, 60065; fancy coast creamery,
per 2-lb. square, 50; dairy, good to
choice, roll, light weight, 37| 2 i/10: dairy,
fancy 2-lb. roll, 45: dairy, fancy, per
Vis-lb. roil, 4t'n l2!i: tub, choice to fancy,per
lb.. 201U21.
CHEESE—LocaI factory, large size, II:
do Young America, 12: do 2-lb. hand, 13:
(t£o extra per lb. when cased for shipment.)
Northern full cream. B'i.
VEGETABLES—Rhubarb, per box—rfji
—; beets, per 100 pounds. 00; cauliflower,
per doz., 75c; celery, lb. 60; cabbage, per
100 lbs., 1.00; carrots, do, 90: chills, dry,
per string. SO: Mexican, per lb.. 15; green,
per lb., 2; cucumbers, per sack. 75; egg
plant, per lb., 3; garlic, do, 7©B; leeks, per
doz., 15; lettuce, do. 15; green corn, per
sack. 75; onions, green, per doz. l unch's,
—: do. northern, per 100 lbs., 901/1.00; new
white, ; yellow. 75; parsley, per
box, 30; parsnips, per 100 lbs., 75; green
peas, per lb., 6: radishes, per doz. bunches,
15- spinach, per 11).. 17,:: string heaps, per
lb.. 2".!.: tomatoes, per box, 80080; turnips,
per 100 lbs., 75; watercress, per doz. bunch
es, 40; wax beans. 2Vp: .summer squash. 40;
Lima beans, per lb., 2\' t : okra, per lb., 10.
GREEN FRUITS—New apples, per lb,.
21/2'/.; strawberries, com.. 11018; choice to
fancy. —: pineapples, per doz., 5.00; Cen
tral American, 3.00; bananas, per bunch,
2.25(92.60; cranberries, per bbl., 7.501(8.00:
grapes, per box, 501/00: blackberries, box, 0;
apricots, per lb., —; currants, per box, —;
raspberries, per box. 11' peaches, per lb..
6; plums, per box. 75© 1.00: gooseberries,
per lb., —; tigs, per lb., black. 4; white.
3; watermelons, per doz.. 40H69.; musk
melons, per doz., 25©t10: pears. Bartletts.
per lb., 3: nectarines, perorate,—; prunes,
per lb.. —: quinces, per lb., 2H03; guavas,
per box. 4.
CITRUS FRUlTS—Oranges. Valenclas.
8.2508.60; Mediterranean sweets, per lb..
2; seedlings. 1.500,1.75; lemons, fancy Eu
reka. 3.001t3.50; Eureka ard Lisbon, 3.oo'ii
3.50; uncured, 1.00(6)1.50: limes, per 100, 60.
HONEY AND BEESWAX—Honey
comb. 111/13 per lb.; strained 4M>®C; bees
wax. 251/30 per ID.
POULTRY—Hens, 3.50114.50 per doz.:
young roosters, 3.50tfi4.00; broilers, 1.750
2 25- old roosters, 3.00 I&.4.00; ducks, 3.501J
4.00; turkeys. 10<tit2 per lb.
HAY—Wheat. 10.Oo1fl1.IKI: barley. B.OOU
9 00; wheat and oat. 11.001/12.00: alfalfa,
baled, 9.501/10.50; loose, 8.001/5.50; oat. lO.OOif
11.00.
MILLSTI'FFS—FIour, local mills, 4.50;
Stockton brands, 6.10; Oregon. 4.50; east
ern. 6.60; shorts, per ton. local, 20.00
northern, —: rolled barley, per ton, 17.00;
cracked corn, per 100 lbs.. 95: feed meal,
per 100 pounds. 1,00; bran, 19.00.
DRIED FRUITS—Apples, sun dried,
sacks, per lb., 3tili4; boxes, 51t5'/ : : evapora
ted, fancy, 7; apricots, fancy. IlU>: choice,
10; peaches, fancy, impeded, BW.; choice,
7%; nectarines, fancy. Si/9; choice. 607;
pears, fancy evaporated, 71/9; plums,
r.itted. choice, 7{i9; prunes, choice, boxed,
TV,; sacks, 7.
NUTS—Walnuts, Los Angeles. 7178: me
dium soft. 111/12: softshell.Los Nieios. fan
cy 141/15; almonds, softshell. 101/12: paper
shell. to?; hardshell, ti; pecans, 13i/]s'/a; 111
--berts. 12>!.1/11.
HIDES AND WOOL—New hide list: Dry
sound, 10t..; kip, 9; calf. 15: bulls, 6; sheep
pelts. 21/2 V.; wool, spring clip, good, i<[(l;
inferior. 31/'3Vi.
TALLOW —l l £>l/2 , 4.
LIVE STOCK—AII per Ib.-P.eevcs. 2'<iffl
2ta: calves, 803% L; sheep, 21i2 I ,i; lambs
2UI/3' hnzrs. 2%<ft)3.
DRESSED MEATS—AII per lb.—Beef.
4*405; veal, 007; mutton, i l ,b; lamb. 5:
pork. 5.
CURED MEATS—EagIe hams. 10!,:.; Rex
hams, 12; ay„ 12; selected niil/1 cure, 30tt;
special fancy breakfast bacon, 12U:
special plain breakfast bacon. 11%',
Diamond C breakfast bacon, backs. 7: Rex
boneless hams, sugar cured. 7HI Hex bone
less huts. si; Rex dried beef. sets. ]03j :
Rex dried beef. (Ins'des). I2U: Hex dried
beef (outsldes) S: smoked tongues, per lb..
15: light medium bacon. —; medium bacon.
G'ildry salt clear bellies. 16030 i ay., 6V;
dry salt short clears. 551/40: ay.. Htt;
salt clear hacks, 5%; Rex pure leaf lard,
tierces, C: ivory, tierces, basis, SHI cotto
lene. tierces. 0 1 ,: Rexolenc. tierces. ." : IJ.
RAISINS—Fanr.v clustery. 1.25: 4-croWT)
L L clusters. 1,25(111.85; 3-rrown L L. per
box. 8001,10; Sultana, seedless, per box,
1.15U1.25: 8-crown loose muscats, per box.
1 151/1.20: 2-erown loose muscats, per box.
1.10: ordinary loose, per box, 1.100: 2-erown
loose, in sacks, p'-r 11/.. 4 1 -: B»crown loose
In sackR a per lb.. 4*405: 4-erown
tier lb.. 01/01.: Sultana. Beedless, fancy,
bleached, per lb., 6636%; Sultana, seedless
choice, per . lb.. (I: Fractions: Half
boxes, 25: quarter boxes. 50 per box higher
than wholes.
FlGS—California white, per lb.. 4*il/T,;
California black, per lb.. 4{i4M>: California
fancy, per lb., 75(fiS5; imported Smyrna,
10011.
BAGS—(Net cash)— Calcutta. SQSU: po
tato bags. 4: dried fruit sacks. 100 lbs.. 6':..
©7%: bean sacks, 5: walnut bags, 145?16:
wool sacks. 30.
BEANS AND DRIED PEAS—Pink. 1.75
£2: Lima. 2.75/H2.85: Lady Washington,
9.0»g2.25: white, small, 2.00?2.60Vg garvan
coa, sjuU. [email protected]; iiwvaauMW, larsct.
3.00f/3.50: green Held peas, 2.r>[email protected]; black
eyed beans. 1.1565.fiv; lentils, imported,
7. fjpS.oo; lentils, California. 3.00*t3.50.
GRAlN—Wheat, 1.40&1.50; corn, 90<t135;
barley. 80.
IJOTATOES-.Perl J OTATOES-.Per 100 lbs.—Salinas Pur
bank, choice to fancy. LOftf/1.10: fair to
good, and all other varieties, 00690; sweet
potatoes, yellow. 75000; red, 1.10&1.15.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
CHICAGO, NOV, B,—Cattle—Prices on a
basis of 8.8096.00 for ordinary to choice
native beef hum rs with scattering sales to
dressed beef concerns at 3.25*/3.75. while
fancy beeves were strong at 6.2&tf¥6.76;
stackers and feeders were saleable at 2.50
*/3.70; cows and heifers 1,506)8.90 "for poor
to prime; bulls, 1.7563.25: calves. 3.0066.00;
western range cattle, 8\[email protected]; 2.25®3,30
for cows and heifers.
Hogs—Common to prime droves sold at
3.10®3.65; choice medium and lightweights
selling at the same pi kes. Heavy packing
lots sold at 3.20*i3.40 and hog sales largely
at 14001.55.
Sheep—Sales from 1.25 to 1.50 for inferior,
to 3.10 for choice western sheep, while
prime native heavy export sheep were
scare at 3.20T/'3.40: lamhs [email protected] for poor
to prime stock, with sales largely at 3.3 C
11/4.50.
LIVERPOOL, MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 3.—Spot wheat.firm;
No. 2 red spring, 6a H4d; No. ] California.
7s 3d; futures closed firm; November, and
December, Us Bdj January, February,
March and April. 6s id. Snot corn closed
firm; futures closed firm; November, 8| 3d;
December, 3s :;' 2 d: January, 3s 2'|d; Feb
ruary and* March, 3s 3' t d. Flour closed dull
with poor demand; St. Louis fancy win
ter, 9s. _
WEATHER REPORT.
Monthly Meteorological Summary for the
Month of October.
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SUMMARY.
Mean atmospheric pressure. 29 92.
Highest pressure, 30.12; date, 29th.
Lowest, pressure, 29.7 i; date, 27tU.
Mean temperature, 05.
Highest temperature, 90; date, Kith.
Lowest temperature, 47; date, 28th.
Greatest dally range of temperature, 35;
date, 7th.
Least daily range of temperature, 8; date,
25th.
MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR THM MONTH IN
1877 63H887 66
1878 05jl8H8 66
189 06 1889 60
188(1 63 1890 OH
1881 61 1891 00
1882, 03 1892 04
1883 62 1893 03
1884 03 1894 00
1885 60 1895.. 06
1880 00 1890. ... 05
Mean temperature for this month for 20
years, 04.
Average excess of daily mean tempera
ture during month, i.
Accumulated excess of daily mean tem
perature since January 1, 1,76,
Avornifc! ilaily excess since January 1, .1
Prevailing direction of Wind, west.
Total movement ot wind. 2724 miles,
(-Maximum velocity of wind, direction and
date, 24 miles from the WOSt, on tho 271u.
Total precipitation, 1.30
Number of days mi which .01 inch or more
of precipitation fell, three.
TOTAL PRKCfriTATION (IH INCHES) FOR THIS
MONTH IN
1R77 8611857 17
1878 14 1888 4o
1879 93M889 0.90
1880 14 1890 0.:
18-a \B2 i-ni 00
1882 05 1802 33
lHfl.'J 1.42.1893. 7."i
lxHt 89 1804 02
1880 .30 I*os 24
ISHO Qg|lßotf,«- 1.30
Average precipitation for this month for 20
years, .77
Total deficiency in precipitation during
month, 0.56 itiohes.
Accumulated deficiency In precipitation
since January 1, 4.03 inches.
Number of clear days, 15; partly cloudy days
14 ; cloudy days. 2.
Mean dew point, 53,
Mean relative humidity, 77.
Frost, light on tlie 29th.
Note.—Pressure reduced to sea level. "T"
indicates trace of precipitation,
t'l'o be taken from any five-minute recorJ.
AN IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE
To make ft apparent to thousands,
who think themselves ill, that they are
not afflicted with any disease, but that
the system simply needs cleansing;, is
to bring" comfort home to their hearts,
as a costive condition is easily cured
by using Syrup of Figs. Manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup company
only and sold by all druggists.
All prices of wallpaper greatly reduced.
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FREE TO EVERY MAN
The Method of a (ireat Treat*
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J. M. Grir.ii.-i. Pres. J. T. Oriffltrt. V. Pre*
P. T. tlrillilh. Secretary nnd Treasurer.
Geo. R. Wallos, Supt. of Mills.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
Lumber Dealers,
And manufacturers of
Me Hill Wdfk 01 Every Description.,
Doors, Windows, Blinds and Stairs.
W4 N. ALAMKDA ST., Los Angeles. Cat
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Dr. T. Foo Yuen
Oriental Imperial
Physician
929 South Broadway
» orru'K HOUIIS—B a, m. to 7p. m., except Sat
urday and Sunday.
I EVEKV SATUBDAT .nt the Occidental Hotel
I BVHBY st'NPAY nt nils mock, Kedlands.
srnd for niy new "XnstrilCtlOQl to Invalids," I"5
| pagesi sent free on apslloatlon
Ladies, Beware of
the "Fakir"
i Who advertises to sell you the New Home
Sewing Machine at from S2O
-jiyS, to We have but one
agency in Los AiiKeles, \o-
cated at )4Q South Spring
■ ■GZ*&&6BS' street, and 85 East Colorado
Y®l#&m Mv .i, Pasadena, Moorhead
iV B nre, managers. They
HUfH sell Eidridge B. and Seam
stress for (10.50. Why pay
the "fakir" $25 and ¥30
i for these inferior makes?
! C. F. HEINZEriAN,
i Druggist and Chemist
J22 N. Main St., Los Angelei .
! Prescriptions carefully compounded day
'■ or niebt.
BAK E RI RON WOR KS
ISO TO S6O BUENA V'STA ST.,
L«( XNGBLfIS - 0....1P0RN13
AJJomlag & V. OrouaA*. TaL 134
/./A/£S OFJJIAVEL^^^^
i-r^gagSouthern Cali
j|o£§; fornia Railway
Tra '"' ' e ? -Ve I>ri ,. l _ arTIV9
.tvlmV': arrivii at Downey-avo.
station 7 mln. earlier
fSCRtffKoUTsi westbound an I leave 1
* •<T*>t3l|) ir.in. later castbounnd.
CHICAUO EXPRESS—DAILY
To Denver, Kansas City. Cnicago, St. Louis
Leaves daily 10:15 am. Arrives daily l:2t> pro
SAN DIEGO TRAINS.
Lv «9:05 am. 2:00 pm. Ar 11:05 am, »7:16 pm
SAN BERNARDINO TRAINS.
P-Lv 7:30 am, 10:15 am, 4:00 pm, 5:30 pro
O-Lv 9:05 am, 6:10 pm
P-Ar 8:55 am, 9:55 am, 1:25 pm, 6:15 pm.
O-Ar •••8:50 am. "11:55 am, 7:15 pm.
_ RIVERSIDE TRAINS.
P-Lv 7:30 am, 10:15 am, 4:ou pm.
O-Lv 9:05 am. 6:10 pm.
P-Ar 9:55 am. 1:25 pm. 6:15 pm.
O-Ar •••8:50 am. *11:65 am, 7:15 pm
REDLANDS TRAINS.
P-Lv 7:30 am. 10:15 am, 4:00 pm.
O-Lv 9:05 am.
P-Ar 9:55 am, 1:25 pm. 6:16 pm.
O-Ar '11:55 am. 7:15
PASADENA. MONROVIA AND AZUSA.
Lv 7:30 am, '0:15 am, 4:00 pm, 5:30 pm.
Ar 8:65 am. 9:55 am, 1:25 pm. 0:15 pm.
ANAHEIM AND SANTA ANA TRAINS.
Lv 9:05 am, 2:00 pm. 5:10 pm.
Ar 8:50 am, 11 :C5 am. 7.15 pm.
REDONDO BEACH TRAINS.
Lv ••:!:C)0 am. 10 am, **1 :H0 pm. 5:30 pm.
Ar 8:29 am. 3:55 pm, *5:22 pm, "6:lBpm.
SANTA MONICA TRAINS.
Lv ••9:00 am, 10 am, ••] :30 pm, 6:Bopm,
Ar 8:55 am, 3:55 pm, "5:22 pm, "0:13 pm.
PERRIS AND SAN JACINTO TRAINS.
Lv-P'10:15 am. O. »9:05 am.
Ar-P *i :25 pm. O. '11:55 am.
ELSINORIO AND TIO.M lOC L'LA TRAINS.
Lv-P *10:15 am. O. "9:05 am.
Ar-P *1:25 pm. O. HI-.m am.
ESCONDIDO. I FALLTIROOK.
Lv "2:00 pm Lv "9:05 am.
Ar "11:55 am. |Ar "7:15 pm.
P-Via Pasadena: O-Vla Orange: •dally
except Sunday; "'Sunday only; ull other
trains daily.
TICKET OFFICE. 200 South Spring st._ •
Chatsworth Park—Leaves from and ar
rives at River Station, San Fernando sc..
only.
• Sundays excepted. ** Saturdays and
Sundays excepted. ""Saturday only. I
""Sundays only.
THE Inside track.
Ail S. P. Co.'s trains slop at First st '
(except the four San Francisco trains) and !
Commercial st. (except the 9:CO oclock San
Francisco evening train), in business .
ter of the cliy. saving tl'.r.o aim street car j
fares to passengers.
Trains for :.eu beach points leave River ;
station 20 minutes earlier than from Ar- j
cade depot.
TICKET OFFICES—No. 229 S. Spring St..
freneral office: Arcade depot, through and
ocal: ttlver station, local: First st.. local:
Comerclal st.. local: Naud Junction, local
LOS AIELEB TERMINAL Iff.
IN EFFECT SUNDAY, OCT. 25, 1596.
Los Angeles Depots: East end First street
and Downey avenue bridges.
Leave Los Augeles [Leave Pasadena for
for Pasadena _ Los Angeles.
7:30 urn ............!- 8:13 am
9:30 am 1 10:50 am
12:40 pm I>2o pm
8:90 pm 4;&» pm
5:20 pm 1 6:00 pm i
Downey aye. leaving lime 7 minutes later. I
Leave Los Angels JL've Altademi June,
for AUadena June. | for Los Angeles, j
11:30 am 1.. 10:30 am ]
_3 :20 pm _ |. ,** A :l3 pm !
All trains start from First street depot, i
Leave Los Angeles j Leave Glendale for i
for Glendale. | Los Angeles. I
'7:25 am I 8:00 am !
11:30 am 1 12:05 pm
5:05 pm I 5:42 pin
Leave Los Angeles i Leave Kast Han Pe-'J
tor Long Beach and I dro for Los An-
East Sun Pedro I geles.
~0: am 1 7:28 am
1:10 pm 11;15 am
6:05 pm f 3:43 pm j
£tei ween East San Pedro ana Long Beaoh
10 minutes. I
CATALINA.
Steamer for Avalon connects with 0:00
a.m. t rain daily, except Saturdays and >
1 Sundays; 1:10 pm Sat unlays. »
Trains* connecting at Altadena for all
points on Mount Lowe railway, leave Loa
Anjn lor daily at 0:30 a.m. and 8:20 p.m.
Fine pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery.
Telescope and searchlight.
I Special rates to excursion and plcnlo
I parties.
! Depots east end of First afreet and Dow
! ney avenue bridges.
I City ticket otllce. Greenwald's cigar ■
J store* coiner Seeoid and Spring; streets, I
I and Magnus ticket oflice, South Spring
i street.
J General offices, First street depot.
| S. B. IIYNES. General Manager.
I i „
[ ■ — ■ ■ ' — , — —, m
I _ _ FINANCIAL JHSTITL TIONS
T"E NATIONAL BANK OF CALIFOKn.A
1 AT LOS ANGELES
Capital and Pro fits $270,000.00
OFFICERS DIRECTORS.
,„ - ~,„,„,,. d...m.„i J. M. C. MARRLE O. li. CHUF.CHILL.
nHi fo'Siii viVipJSSSSSf O.T.JOHNSON. JOHN WOLFSIOTI
i - ti- v . ■ i I -N' '"!•<-liV. GiioRGK IRVINE.
OLDEST AND LAROEST P. *NX tN S( 11 ITHERN CALIFORNIA.
pARAIERS AND MLRCfIAN IS- BANa OF LOS A.NUELES, CAL
Capital Paid Up, 55*).01» bttrplus and Reserve, 5375.0DJ
I. w. HELLMAN. President; H. W. HELL MAN, \ Ice-Prcßldeut; H. J. FLEISHMAN,
Cashier: G. HEiMANN. Assistant Cashier. Directors—W. H. PERRY O. \V.
CHILDS, J. F. FRANCIS, C. K. THOM, 1. '.V. HELLMAN, JR., 11. VV. 1110LLMAN.
A. GL.\SSEL, T. L. DUQUE, I. W. HELLMAN. I
Special Collection Department.Correspondence invited. Safe Deposit Poxes for Rent.
£ECURITY SAVINtJS BANK
Northeast Corner Haiti and SeconJ Streets
OFFICERS I DIRECTORS
,T F. f'VRTOP.i Presi.len! I ff- Hellman. J. '. Sartoi i.W. L. Graves.
mstirtcf <l HELLMAN VI e-Prosider I"• 11 '■ A - Shaw, V. O. John-
MAUKtt 1, s. 111 .i- t..\! a.\. \ ' I son, J. v. Shanklond, .1. A. Graves M. L.
W. V. LONG-YEAR ' ash . r Fleming, M. s. lleilman, \V I). Lonrtyear.
Five par cent Interesl paid on time, 3 per cent on ordinary deposit.-.. Open Saturday
evenings from . los oclock, lo receive deposits.
OF LOS ANGELES
Capital stock
Surplus and undivided prolits over. iSO.uIN
J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
W. <j. KERt Klltiri'.V.President.
FRANK A. GIBSON, Cashier.
G. 13. SHAFFER, Ass'i Cashier.
DIRECTORS:
,T. M. Elliott, J. D. Blcknell,
V. Q. Story, H. Jevne,
J. D, Hooker, W. C. Patterson,
Wm. fr. Kerckhoff.
No public funds or other preferred de
posits received by this bank.
I f~\ ERMAN-AMERICAN SAVGS BAN EC
(JT Cur. Alain and First sts.,Los Angeles. Cdl
Paid up capital jioti.ooo
Surplus and undivided profits Sy.4IS6.SS
Victor Ponet. President: L. W. Blum, ,
First Vice-President; C. N. Flint, Second I
Vice-President; M. Is. Avery, Cashier; P. F, I
Schumaker. Assistant Cashier: Directors— I
Dr. Joseph Kurtz. L. \V. Itlinn. Hugo Zuber,
C. N. Flint. H. w. stoii, M. N. Avery, tf.
Brode. Victor Poret. [. A. Lothian,
Emanuel Evraud. Interest allowed on de
posits. Money loaned on real estate.
ANGELES SAVINGS BANK.
230 N. Main St.
J. E. Plater. Pres. H. W. Hellman, V. Pres.
W. M. Caswell. Cashier.
Directors—l. W. Hellman. J. E. Plater.
H. W. Hellman, I. W. Hellman. Jr., W.
M. Caswell.
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan
OB first-class real estate.
LINES OP TRAVEL .^.^
SOUTHERN PACIF! C~COMPANT
T lMt! TABLE—OCT. a. 11
Leave tor j Destination AT. from
2:05 pm S. Fran., Sac'ra'to 7:10 am
9:00 pm & East, via Ogden 1:80 pm
9:00 pml...Portland. Ore... 7:SO am
8:30 amlKl Paso and East 8:20 pm
).... Pasadena .... *7:SO am
7:50 am " 8:55 am
•*:!» am " 0:55 am
!t:00 am " »10:S0 am
•11:25 am " | 1:85 pm
*12: J I pm " »2:56 pm
8:55 pm| " 5:01 pm
5:20 pm " 8:20 pm
8:20 am (... Riverside ...) 9:55 am
10:00 am!(... Redlands ...) *12:46 pm
•2225 pmH.San Bernardino.) 4:50 pm
. 4:30 pm ( and Colton ) t:M pm
8:30 amlPomona & Ontario 8:50 am
10:00 ami.. " " .. 9:56 am
•2:25 pm .. " " .. *12:45 pm
4:30 pml.. " " .. 4:50 pm
5.25 pm|.. " " .. 8:20 pm
8:30 am; Chino 8:50 am
•2:25 pml " *12:45 pro
5:25 pml " 8:20 pm
fi>:oo amlCovina.San Dlmas 8:50 am
•2:25 pm and Lordsburg '12:45 pm
5:25 pm .. " .. 4:50 pm
8:30 am Puent". Spadra 9:55 am
4:30 pml... and Lemon ... 8:20 pm
!t:00 am'Monrovla. Arcadia 8:30 am
•2:45 pm| and Duarte •lilO pm
6:15 pml.. " ... 4:45 pm
8:00 ami.. Santa Barbara.. 12:10 pm
4:»0 pml.. " . S:4O pm
9:10 ami Santa Ana and 9:00 am
•2:30 pm' Ananelm «12:00 m
6:10 pm|.. " .. 6:20 pm
9:55 amiWhfttler and Ful- 8:00 am
"2:30 pm| ton Wells I *12:00 m
5:10 pm,.. •• ..I 5:20 pm
•9:10 ami Tustln I 9:00 am
5:lo pm| " i *6:80 pm
9:10 ami.. Los Alamltos ..I l):00am
6:10 pml.. " ..I 5:20 pm
9:00 am ... Long Bench ...1 8:18 am
l.li pml.. " .. 11:20 am
6:dr, pml.. " .. 5:16 pm
9:00 am .... San Pedro .... 8:13 am
1:40 pm . . " 11:20 am
5:0", pmf.. " .. 5:15 pm
0:00 nrui.. Santa Monica .. 7:45 am
•'•■»lo:i'0 am .. 8:56 am
1:10 pm|.. " .. 12:17 pm
5:15 pml.. " .. ••••4:15 pm
0:00 pml.. " 6:10 pm
9:00 am '[..Soldiers' Home. 12:17 pm
6:00 pmi.. " ..I 4:20 pm
9:oo am Port Los Angeles.| 12:17 pm
1:10 nm|.. " ..I 6:10 pm
•**l:4i) pml..Catalina Island..! '11:20 am
••9:00 p.m.. "
"9:40 aml.Cbatsworth Park. «4:18 pm
•8:20 ami.... ill. Lowe .... *10:30 am
9:00 ami.. " 6:01 pm
T)ACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
Steamers leave Kedoudo and Port Los
Angelea for S-iti Francisco:
Oct. Nov.
Corona ] 4, 12, 20, 88 |6. 13, 21, 29
" Leave San Pedro and East San Pedro'for
13a,i Francisi a, via Ventura, Carpinteria,
Santa Barbara.Guvlota, Port Harford (San
I ais Obispo), Cayucos, San Simeon, Mon
terey and Saiua Cruz:
Oct. Nov.
Coos Bay 11. 9, 17, 25 12, 10. 18, 28
Eureka I 5, 13, 21, 21) I 6, 14, 22, 30
Leave port Los Angeles and Redondo for
San Diego: si earner Corona will also call at
Newport tSania Ana):
Oct. Nov.
Corona I 2. 10, 18. 26 I 3, 11, 19, 27
Santa Rosa I H, 14. 22. 30 |7, 15, 25,
The company reserves the right to
Change steamers or sailing dates.
1 ai-s connect with steamers via San
Pedro leave S. P. R. R. (Arcade depot) at
5:06 p.m., and Terminal Ry. depot at 6:05
Can connect via Redondo leave Santa Fa
depot at 10:00 a.m., or from Redondo Ry.
depot at 9:30 a.m.
Cars connect via Port Los Angeles leavs
E. P. R- R. depot at 1:10 p.m. for steamers
ncrth bound. .
W. PARRIS. Agent.
No. 124 West Second street. Los Angela*.
Goodall. Perkins ac Co., General Agents,
Ban Francisco.
LOS ANGELES AND REDONDO RAIL.
way Company.
Los Angeles depot: Corner of Grand ave
nue and Jefferson street.
Leave Leave
Los Angeles Redondo for
tor undo. Los Angeles.
* 8:10 a.m. • 7:00 a.m.
I 9:30 a.m. Dally 8:00 a.m.
I 1:30 p.m. Dally 11:00 a.m.
i 6:00 p.m. Daily 3:45 p.m.
: • 0:30 p.m. • 5:15 p.m.
•Sunday only.
Take Grand avenue electric cars or Main
street and Aprleulturai park cars.
L. J. PERRY. Superintendent
MOUNT LOWE RAILWAY.
TIME CARD
In effect October Sth, 1896.
Cars for Hcbo Mountain and Alpine Tav.
em leave Los Angeles via Pasadena and
Los Angeles hllectrlc Railway as follows:
8:t 9:00 am, 10:30 am. 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm
Returning, arrive at Los Angeles:
lo:io am, 4:00 pm. 5:30 pm
Via Los Angeles Terminal Railway, leavs
Los Angeles at:
N:25 am. 3:20 pm.
Returning, arrive at:
10:10 am. 5:00 pm.
PERRY, MOTT & CO.'3
LUWBeR YKRD
AND PLANING MILL
13C Comiiieicial su-eet. Los Ana'eles. Cal.
j J^ os ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
United Slates Depository.
Capital ...J500.000
Surplus 45.000
Total , J545.000
GEORGE 11. BONEBRAKE President
f till EN GILLELEN Vice-President
F. C. HOWES Cashier
E. w. COE Assistant Cashier
d:ri~ors:
George H. Bcneurake, vv'urren Gillelen.
P. M. Green, Charies A. Mnrriner, W. C
Brown, A. w. Francisco, E. P. Johnson, M.
X, Allen. F. C. Howes.
This hank no deposits of either the
county -jr city treasurer, and therefore Ha
preferred creditors.
iWOK BANKCFSAVIR6S
CAPITAL PAIC N $28,600
; 223 S. Spr ng St., LOS ANOELSS, CAL.
OrFICSRS and DIRCCTOSP
II 3. W. Stidßon U'm. Ferguson V. E. MrVee
5 P»*. Vl;p|'lOTl CMhifl,
J C. 0 Harrison S. H. Mott R. IH. Baser
jj A. E. Homerotj S. A. Butler
' WTEREST PAIP ON DEPOSIT*
MAIN STREET SAVINGS BANK
I Junction ot Main. Spring and Temple ata.
(Temple Block!. Los Angeles.
! Capital paid up .JIOO.OM
! officers and directors: T. L. Duque.
I President: i. N. Van Nuys, Vice-President;
;J. V. Wachtel. Cashier; H. W. Hellman,
Kaspare Kohn, H. W. OMelveny, J.JB.
Lankershim. O. T. Johnson, AIM Haas, W,
U. Kerckhoff.
Money loaned on real estate. "
Five per cent interest paid on term Jeuusaal
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