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LOS ANGELES HEEALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1896.
Local, Eastern and Foreign
Commercial Dealings
WALL STREET SPECULATIOiN
The
Last
Report on tbe
Treasury
Bankrupt
Th* deneral
Bill In
National
Congress?An-
clant and
riodern nilllorialrei Compared?Local Market Changes
Government receipts for April to the
were $1G,250,198; the expenditures $22.20th
--761,388. For the fiscal year the receipts
are $266,5;iU,035; disbursements, $292,121,930.
The congress committee which ls engag-
ed on tbe new bankrupt law in its latest report says:
"The committee will suggest a few reasons for apswering in the affirmative tbe
question, 'Is a bankruptcy law needed?'
From the bureau of statistics we learn
that the total number of failures ln ihe
United States from 1879 to 189.7, both Inclusive, amount to 171,389: this vast number
constitutes an army of men crippled financially?most of them active, aggressive,
honest men who have met with misfortune ln the struggle of life, and who, if relieved from the burden of debt, would reenter the struggle with fresh hope and vigor and become active and useful members
of HOciety. What Is the buredn resting upon
these men? From the same source we
learn that the total liabilities from 1879 to
1895, Inclusive, of the number who failed as
just stated, aggregates $2,611,521,704.
Ought
the rights of creditors representing claims
for this enormous amount to be ignored?''
"Even a modern
millionaire Isn't ln It
with the ancients. Solomon was bequeathed the fabulous sum of $38,1X10.000.000, ami
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was made trustee ln addition of a fund of
Croesus's
wealth has been
$4,165,000,000.
estimated at $2,600,000.000. Alexander the
Great brought back $5,000.000.000
us the
spoils of one expedition. Lucullua, the epi
cure, was worth $500,000,000.
One of the
Tiberius left
Ptolemys had $1,385,000,000.
which Caligula spent In one
$118,000,000.
year ln riotous living. One supper cost the
latter $150,000. Cleopatra dissolved a pearl
worth $400,000 ln vinegar and swallowed It.
?New England Grocer.
of the United States consuls in
France have made reports on mushroom
cultivation in that country. "The Industry Is a very considerable one. employing
capital ln and around Paris nlone of over
Four
a million and a quarter sterling, while sixty wholesale linns in Paris ileal exclusively
appears to
In mushrooms. The utmost care
be required In every one of the processes
necessary to the artllicial production, neglect In any one spoiling the whole crop.
There must be a cool and even temperature, a certain moisture ln the atmosphere, anil darkness, or nt least an abof sunshine.
A slight, steady air
sence
current, moving always In the same direction, and If possible from north to south. Is
also important. In the department of the
Seine alone there are said to he over 30of>
caves in which mushrooms aro grown, and
In these live about 100 people, who rarely
see- the dnyllght. The caves are usually
exhausted stone quarries, the descent Into
them being by way of rope ladders.
A
mushroom lied yields daily for uhout three
months, and then the soli is exhausted and
is of no more use, and a new bed has to be
prepared.
Hence, by timely preparations
of fresh beds, mushrooms can be picked
throughout
fresh
the year."
Current Quotations
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ON 'CHANGE
Business Transacted and Prices Paid
at
TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON, May 4.?Today's stateof the condition of the treasury
shows:
Available cash balance, $269,969,738;
gold
ment
reserve,
The Day's
Transactions on tho Board ol
Trade
CHICAGO. May 4.?There was a very
fair speculative trade lv wheat, largely In
way uf liquidation, the range for
the day
being .)(,e.
Weakness early was due to the
lower rubles, Liverpool coming
easier.
I hen the weather in the Northwest was
belter than of lale ami cut some figure,
light shippers In the Dakotas and Minnesota being reported. The receipts in that
lection, 100, were liberal and Indications
pointed to liberal world's shipments, both
ot which added to the weak tone. There
was an increase on ocean passage.
Another feature was the prediction that New
York would make large gold shipments
this week. There was heavy selling of
July
Home
by some of tho large commission
houses und professionals, and under a lack
ot support prices sagged down. Minneapolis advices regarding the flour situation
were rather discouraging, reporting reduction! in prices and talk of some mills
shutting down. There was a liberal out
Inspection and prices were steadied for
a whole by the signal service report of
NEW YORK, May 4.?The only appreciable effect of continued engagements of
gold for export on today's stock market
Trailing
was a contraction In business.
was on a limited scale, but, so far as it
Tbe
went, was fairly well distributed.
inlluence of the gold engagements amounting to 2.150,000 was offset by th|ri extreme
ln money, further reported improveI ease
ment In gueral trade, more encouraging
advices regarding the progress made in
planting the crops and a higher market
for American securities in London and a
moderate purchaso in this market for that
account. Railroad earnings continue mainly favorable.
All the gold engaged f,or
shipment goes to Germany, anil Indications
point to the outgo of a similarly large
amount at the end of the week. The gold
Is exported under exceptional conditions,
a premium being paid for the metal Incidental to.the reformation of the Russian
currency system. The premium of 3-16 per
tent required for gold bars apparently rentiers impracticable the export of gold in
that form. The foreign exchange market
reflected freer drawings of bankers' bills
against tho shipment and an Increase in
commercial bills, but the Inquiry for remltances was large enough to keep rates
about on a parity with Saturday's llgures.
Speculative interest was confined to the
Industrials. A concession of a point in Sugar was ostensibly due to reductions ln the
foreign and domestic grades of the product. A lull recovery was made in the
later dealings. The market at times reflecting realizing sales in a general way,
the current of prices was upward and the
closing was at about the best figures and
showing fractional gains in most instances. Bonds were quiet, but firm on transactions of $902,000. Governments displayed strength on purchases of $109,000.
CLOSING STOCKS.
NEW YORK, May 4.?The following
are ihe closing stock .imitations:
C c Co
1
iw. Oregon Imp
Oregon Nay
17
Atchison
16
Northwestern ...lOIIVf}
Adams Ex
150
pfd
55
do
Alton, TH
14S1.
Am Sugar pfd.lo3
NY
Central
98U
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Baltimore &O. 17U
27'
fio',s Pacific Mail
Canada Pac
PD&E
2Vi
Canada South.. SOU Pittsburg
160
Central Pac
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dies &0hi0.... 1714
Heading
Chicago A1t0n..154
12^
C B&Q
BHi U S Rubber
2434
Chicago Gas... 70' i do pfd
84')»
16t_
Con Gas
163
RG W
pfd
do
43
CCC & St L.. 35
11!_ Rock Island
Col C & 1
717s
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hi 1? S> Si' Ist pf ?
t'Otton 11 t:
79
Del Hud50n....127
St Paul
pfd
161
do
125%
DL&W
44" 1
D& R G pfd... 49Va St Paul & 0
do pfd
128*4
D& C F C0.... 19
Pac... 211
Erie
14"4 Southern
3n->_ Sugar Refinery.. 124T4
tlo pfd
iio
; 1 1
Fort wayne .160
112
Texas Pac
pfd
B'/2
Great N pfd
...100
T & O Cen pfd... 73
C &E I
Hocking Val'y 17
Union Pale
SK
43
Cen
96*4 IT S Express
Illinois
P
7
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m p A H
do pfd
18Ms
X & T pfd.... 27H
IS'-. W F Express.... 98
L, E & W
Union.. 85*4
pfd....
Western
do
71Vs
W& L E
Lake Shore.... 150
JMt
pfd
35",
do
Lead Trust.... 26*4
19
Minn
&St L
L& N
524
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D AY R G
13*4
7 ,vfC A
109
Gen Electric
36!s
Man Con
Natl Linseed
17
16
31
Michigan Cen.. 96' Col &F J.
pfd
do
100
Missouri Pac. Btha
Hft T Cen
2%
21
M & Ohio
US Leather pfd. 61
68
jJaahChatt
cordage
pfd.
V
20
Cordage..
S
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Natl
9*4
So R R
pfd.... 10
do
pfd
do
31M>
N J Central....
100J4
b8
Nft W pfd
5% Am Tobacco
pfd
do
98
North Am Co.. MS
Northern Pac. l*i \£'2
do pfd
VP* Am Tft C C0.... 94
Ontario & W... 15is
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n^set
in the Dakotas. Liberal reducin the visible supply bad a like tendency. But closing cables came easy and
many of the early buyers turned sellers.
Ihe market, however, closed about y,c reaction from lowest prices. There waa a
fair trade in corn. The feeling was weaker,
attributed largely to the tine weather, further decline In wheat, moderate cash demand and fair movement. There was a
fair general trade In oats with
range
anil the close showed no particular%cchange.
Provisions had a strong start on account
Of the day's run of hogs numbering only
30,000 Instead of 38,000 as estimated on Saturday. AV'hen John
Cudah'y's
brokers
jumped ln to sell pork in quantities greater than was wanted, there followed a collapse. As soon as that pressure was withdrawn, the prices recovered.
The leading futures closed as follows:
A\ heat No. 2?May, Go' 4; July, 61%; September, 62£.
Com No. 2?May, 28; July, 29%; September, 30%.
Oati No. 2-May, 17%; July, 18*4; SeptemCash quotations were as follows: Flour,
dull and easy: No. 2 spring wheat,
No.
3 spring wheat. 64«59*4; No. 2 red. 64%; No.
281 -*: No. 2 oats, 18: No. 2 white,
ir,';^"'.
19%r{(21 f. o. b.: No. 8 white. 18i,d<al8% f. o. H.i
No. 2 rye, 35' i: No. 3 barley. 26!528"f. o. b.:
NO. 4. 26; No. 1 flax wed, 89*4; prime tlmOthy seed, $3.30: mess pork, per bbl., $7.9oifi)
8.00; lard, per 100 lbs.. $4.75; short ribs sides
(loose).
14.104 M.15; dry salted shoulders
(boxed), 4%«4%; short clear sides (boxed),
4%<q4'4; whisky, distillers'
finished goods,
per gab. 122; sugars, cut loaf,
$6.37; granulated, $.i. Ij.
showers
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Board Prices ol Cereals and
Pece
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navels, SI.TjIi"
70"v-io,
--do fancy. fo.OOl&S.Co.
Tropical truu -Hawaiian bananas, tl.OOfs
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,: Persian dates.
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lt.0OTIS.BO;
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pineapples, 1495,
Butter?t-anc)
creamery, li; seconds, 1!
©\u25a0"%: fati"v dairy. i:" .m 1:1: (|r> seconds It
Cheese?Fancy
mild new, 7/.c; fair to
good, 6®7c; young Ann rlca,
eastern,
Vldi IIc.
Il<bl2Ue! ranch, 13H«l>c;
eggs, 1 I'" I.i.
Poultry?l.vc turkeys, gobblers. 160.17
\u25a0lo bens. 15016; roosters, t-1.0nw4.60: young
tlo, 7.0U09.0f1; small broilers.
12.0004.00'
large do. [email protected]; hens, [email protected];
old
duetts, *i.nu'ii....»i; youiia uucks, a.wias.w,
geeso. U.at01.70; old pigeons,
[email protected];
young tlo tI.BOOP.no,
Game?Hare,
500 60c: cottontail
rabbits, 11.28; bush do. 75c; gray geese, t2.00O!
Eggs-Store.
(luck
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sks, 15; do Ogmiddlings, sks,
tons, 42; wool,
hides, number,
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VISIBLE GRAIN.
NEW YORK. May 4.?The visible supply
of grain. May 2, as compiled by the New
York produce exchange is as follows:
decrease, 2.551,AVheat. 55,510,0(1.1 bushels:
--000. Corn, 11.319.000 bushels; decrease, 3,K57.000. Oats, 8,840.000 bushels; decrease,
1.497.000: rye. 1,434.000 bushels;' decrease,
X6.000. Barley, 1,139,000 bushels; decrease,
00,000.
SILVER BULLION.
NEW YORK. May 4.?Bar silver, 68; Mexican dollars, 54.
A FRANCISCO, May 4,-Bar silver,
esvt: Mexican dollars, 54®54%.
LONDON, May 4.?Bar sliver, 31 l-16d..
?cr1 1?.
PETROLEUM.
NEW YORK, May 4.?Petroleum
dull.
was
My prices for wallpaper beat all the cltv.
A. A. Eckstrom, 324 South Spring street.
J.M. Cronenberg
Chicago Grain and New York Stocks
ON I*BUALMARGINS.
Marketl by wire every fifteen minutes.
Market reuorts mailed free on application to
any ftddrtll,
Office No 125 West Third street, Stimson
block. Telephone No. 1441.
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tbe marvelous French
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Remedy CALTi-JOS free, and ;i
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YON MOHL CO.,
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or any inflammatlou, irritation or ulceraB**M nit f» itrietum.
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222 N. Main St., Los
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Room 31 Bryson Block
I use only the Alcttrai brands ol Asphalt,
which ate ihe purees and higho't grades
known and are guaranteed Ireo from coal tar
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P-Via Pasadena: O-Via Orange:
Sunday: all other
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HOTEL AVALON t??'?*?"***UfYTCI BIHWvUD J E o'brien,
iIUIIL Dntnoltn Fourth and U Sts.,
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In effect January 1, 1896.
Diego.
Ticket office, 129 N. Spring st.
Grande station.
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Leave
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 1, 1896.
To the public: I was seriously afflicted
about ten years with lung;, liver and
for
kidney troubles. Tongue could never express
the misery I endured during those
I was reduced in flesh until I was
a mere skeleton: my sight and hearing
were badly impaired; was constantly
troublec l with constipation and piles, and
had a severe chronic cough. In short, life
was a burden and death would have been
welcome. I was treated by various specialists without avail. I finally resolved
to give Dr. Wong
of No. 639 Upper
Main street, a trial.Him.
Of course, like many
others. I had no faith in a Chinese doctor, but it took only a few doses of his lifegiving herbs to knock all the skepticism
otit of me. In just five weeks the doctor
pronounced
mo cured, and now I can
truthfully say that I never was healthier
and never felt better in my life. My
sight and hearing are both fully restored;
that obnoxious cough, constipation and
piles 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 physician.
JOHN M. STEVENSON,
620 Bellevue avenue, Los Angeles, Cal.
years.
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WITH CANCER Oft TUMOR.
Representat.
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and Colton
mil:
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in women's breasts,
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4:5 a pml
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9:lMpni ,' anil East, via Ogden i
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for
2:o3pm
AND LOS ANGELES
ELECTRIC RAILWAY,
PASADENA
Cars leave Fourth and Spring streets.
For Rublo Canyon and Echo Mountain?
9:00 and 10:00 a.m.: 1:00, 3:00 and
pm.
6:00
Returning
leave Echo
Mountain?B:oa
and 0 :UO a.m : 2:00, 4 :00 and 4 :lo p. m.
For Altadena?B:oo a.m. and every hour
until 10 p m.
Returning leave Altadena-e:3O a.m. and
hourly until 9:30 p.m.
For Pasadena? Every Fifteen minutes from
p.o. Half hourly before
7:15 a.m. to 8:00
and after these hours.
Office, 222 W Fourth street.
W. D. LARKABbE, SupU
E. P. CLARK. Gen'l Manager.
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Leave Los A nseles
Leavo Redondo for
for Itedoiido
Los Anireles
Dally 7:oa.m
Dally
8.05a.m
For passenger and freight rates apply at depot,
corner tlrand avenue nud Jet7ersun street. Tela,
phono West L
L. T. OARNSEY, President.
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent.
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Chatsworth Park
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Chatsworth Park?Leave from and arrive
River Station, San Fernando street, only.
A Sundays excepted.
ATTORNEYS-AT-L A W
THE INSIDE TRACK.
W. H. BHINN. 205-20S Wilson blk., Spring St.
All S.P. Co. s trains stop at First street (except
BARBERS' SUPPLIES AND GRINDERS
the four San Francisco trains) and Commeioiat
STEINEN £ KIRCUNEH, 1.0 N\ Main st.
street (except the U:tio San Francisco
erasing
train), in the bustuess center ol the city, saf lag
BICYCLES
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"KEATING," Hawley, King A Co.. 210 N. Main, time aud street car fares to passengers.
Ueneral Passenger Otnee, 226 S. Spring street
DRUOaiSI S-WHOLESALE
T. W. BHAUN tfc CO., 405-407 N Main; tel. 904.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
LUDWIO A WAGNER, Mott Market, tel. 850.
GROCERIES?WHOLESALE
Uoodall, Perkius &Co., tienerai Agents, San FranHAAS, BARUCH A CO., 320 to 826 N. L. A. St.
cisco.
Northern routes embrace lines for Portland, Or.,
HOTELS
ABBOTSFORD INN, cor. Bth and Hope; tel. 1171 Victoria, R. C, and Fuget Sound, Alaska and all
coast points.
LAW, COLLECTIONS, CIERCANTILE REPTS
STANDARD COLLECTION A MERCANTILE
SOUTHERN ROUTES
Co., (lnc.) 6109,000, 211-212 Stimson. A. C. Broderson. att'y.
TRUE TABLE FOR MAY, IS9&
LIPB AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE
Leave San Francisco
BANKERS' ALLIANCEOF CAL., 21S Court st
Retail Dealers, Business
Men and Firms
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S. S. Corona, May 1, 6,17, 25;
Fort Harford
Santa Barbara I June 2.
itcdomlo
Port Los Ansel,-., s. S. Santa Rosa, May 5, 13,
Newport
j 21, 29; June*.
329-333 S. Mala St. Tel. Mara 183
San Diego
I
For?
is. S. St. Paul, May 7.15, 26, 61:
East San Pedro?! Junes.
San Pedro and way 's. S. Eureka, May 1,11,16, art
..| June 4.
ports
Leavo Port Los Augeles and Redondo
Notice to Stockholders
ForS. S. Santa Rosa, May 7,16,26,
CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA RAlL31; June S.
way company. The annual meeting of the
S. hi. Corona, May 6,11, 16, 37:
Diego
Snn
stockholders of the California and Arizona
June 4.
YARN HOUSES
Railway company will be held at the office
For?
NEW YORK BAZAAR, 143 N, Spring St.
S. S. Santa Rosa, May 1,6, IT,
of the company, ln the city of Los An25; June 2.
San Francisco
geles, on Wednesday, May 13, 1896, at 10
Port Harford
S. S. Corona. May 5, 16, 21, 26;
m., to elect a board of directors
ocloek a.
Stockholders Annual Meeting.
i Santa Barbara.. v Junefl.
for the ensuing year, and to transact such
other business as may properly come beLeave San Pedro and East San Pedro.
Office of the California Sewer Pipe company, No.
fore the meeting.
049 South Broadway Los Angeles Oat., April
G. HOLTERHOFF, JR..
60, 13*'-.
For8. s. Eureka, May 6,14, 26, 60;
Secretary.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the San Francisco
June 7.
And
S. S. St. Paul, May 2,10,18, 66;
Angeles,
April
Cal.,
29,
Pipe
company,
1896.
5-13
California
Sewer
will
beheld
at
!
Los
1 ay ports
June a
the office of tne company ln the city of Los Ange
|
p.
mI
lot
Cal on Monday May 11, 1896, at 3 ocloek
Cars to connect with steamers via Ban Fedre
of said day for the election of a board of director
(Arcade depot, ut 5:05 p.m. slid
leave
Notice to Stockholders
S.
P.
R.
R.
0
ensuing
year,
for the
aud for the transaction
j
R. R. depot at 5 p. m.
suchotuer; businesses
may p-operly be brough I Terminal
Cars to connect via Redondo leave Santa Fa
Idepot
PACIFIC
LAND IMPROVEMENT before suld meeting.
at 9:60 a. m. or from Redondo Railway depot
I
company. The annual meeting of the stockSecretary.
MOTT,
B. It.
at 9:05 a m.
holders of the Pacific Land Improvement
Cars to connect via Port Los Angeles leave a P.
company will be held at the office ot the
R. K. depot at 1:10 p. in. forsteamers north bound.
company, in the city of Los Angeles, on
Plans
of steamers' cabins at agent'a orflee, smote
Wednesday, May 13. 1896, at 11 ocloek a. m.,
berths may be secured.
to elect a board of directors for the enThe company reserves the right to Chang a lie
suing year, and to transact such other
050 TO 860 BUENA VISTA ST.,
steamers or their days of sailing.
business as may properly come before the
For passage or freight as above or for tickets to
meeting.
G. HOLTERHOFF, JR.,
ÜBS KNGSLB3,
CKUIPOWMIaI and from all Important points la JCuropa, apply ta
Secretary.
aolilßiMf, r. Qieaada, lak UkV
Office, 126VW. Third St. Lea jSmmm,
Los Angeles, Cal., April 29, 1896.
6-1J
L
i
f
F. H. MAUDE A CO.. 211 W. First St.
SADDLES, HARNESS AND SADDLEWARB
I. F. MORENO, 220 Allsost.
SAFES, SCALES, REFRIGERATORS
CHAS. W. ADAMS, .33 N Main. Tel. 1347.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TOOL COMPANY
OOUNSTABLE 4 COUTTS, 156 N. Los Angeles.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMRALfIERS
ROW, 256 S. Main St. Tel. 1349.
BOOTH
WATCHMAKER AND OPTICIAN
STOESAK,
Sll S. Spring st. bet. sth aud 6th.
O.
WINES AND SPIRITS
J. F. A. LAST, 129 and 111 N. Main su
*
0? or dlarases of the geucrative organs, such bs Lost Manhood,
', \1 TInsomnia,
l'alnsln tho Buck, Seminal Emissions, Nervous Debllltv
nasli
Pimples, tlnfltnoss to Many, Exhausting Drains, Varicocele nej
V Constipation. It stops all losses by day or night Prevents qofekBfsseldlschaiYe.whlchlfnotcheckedleadstoSpermntorrhrcaand
Trains via Pasadena
station 7 mm. earlier
westbound ami leave I
»a"| m m. later eastbound.
*
Serpentine and Soapstons
FAIRCHILD
"HwMw
«TJ|PJfl' arrive
'
Delivered
Contractor in Asphalt Work
~
Jf
Q
HtfYTPI
HU 1 EL,O
!
Field
Agents for SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, also
for W. T. Co. 's ocean excursion steamers, tugs
yachti and pleasure launches,
Telephone :i '
Trains leave anrl arriva
Grande Sta-
a rt:"»o a.m.
a 10:5) a.m.
a 12:4 ap.m.
a 4toop.pl.
a 5:00 p.m
CHICAGO EXPRESS?DAILY.
.a 5:3.i p in.
To Denver. Kansas City. Chicago, St.
Downey avenue leaviug Ume 7 minuves later. UeLouis.
Leaves ually 10:45 a. m. Arrives
Iween Los Angeles anil Pu.sndena?Hound
trip 350.
daily t ;05 p. m.
Leave' Los Angeiesfor"
Leave AltadeDfl.function
Altedena Junction.
for Los Augeles.
SAN DIEGO TRAINS.
1
Lv "9:00 am, 2:00 pm Ar 12:30 p m, *7:15 pm
a 10:30 a.m.
Here Ten Years. I a 11:30
8:80 a.m
p.m.
c
a.m
c 12:88
a Bi>op.m
SAN BERNARDINO TRAINS.
a 4:80 p.m. j
Directory of
*7:10
0 am. 10:45 am, «4:00 pm,
AH trains siart from First street dei»ot.
| P-Lv4:45 pm am.
i
O-Lv 10:1."> am, *5:10 pm
SOUTHERN
P-Arrive
8:66
am.
9:50 am. 1:05 pm. *5:00 pm,
Angeles
Leave
Los
for
Leav«~U
c
Los
1
1
I
Glendale.
0:45 pm O-Ar »11 am, 8:56 pm
Aiigelts.
CALIFORNIA
b 7:;on.m
b 8:02 a.m.
RIVERSIDE AND REDLANDS TRAINS
0 8100 a.m
<; 8:42 a.m.
P-Lv «7:10 am. 0:00 am. 10:45 am, *4:00 pm,
?'
MA Jta
a I2:rj> p.m
a 1:13 p.m.
4:4". pm O-Lv 10:15 am. *5:10 pm
ft 5:05 P-m
I
.a 0:oa p.m.
P-Arrive 0:50 am. 1:05 pm. *5:00 pm. 6:4spra
Leave Los Angeles for
Hun Pedro
Leavo
East
O-Arrive <"11:00 am. 3:56 pm
9ANTA CATALISA
Long Beach aud East
ior
Wan Pedro.
Los Angeles.
PASADENA. MONROVIA AND AZUBA.
9:00 am. 10:45 am. 1:35 phi.
8 RHE N"
a 9:15p.m
a 7:1.» a.m. Leave ?7:10 am.
1:10
?4:00 pm, 4:45 pm, *5:30 pm
10,80
p.m
a
a
a.in.
a 5:15 p.m.
5:55 am. 9:50 am, I:o3pm,
a 4:00p,m. Arrive *7;52 am,
4:15 pm, *5:00 pm, 6:45 pm
pkiS(
and
second
Long
s
Between
E.
San
Pedro
and
Beach
10
minutes.
UfITCI lini 1 CUDCnitf Sts.,
Los Angeles.
lIUItL nULLtnDtbn
CATALINA
ANAHEIM AND SANTA ANA TRAINS.
Steamer for Avaton connects with 1:10 p.m. Leave *S:00 am. 0:00 am, 2:00 pra, 5;10 pm
T
train dally, e.tcepi huudays.
Arrive 8:50 am, 12:30 pm, *3:56 pm, 7:15 pm
RCBIO CAZfVON AND ECHO MOUNTAIN
Trains leavo Los Angeles dally ut i>:3o a. in.,
REDONDO BEACH TRAINS.
I
Lv 8:50 am, 5:05 pm Ar 8:29 am, 4:40 pm
c 11:30 a. m. and a 8:80 p, in.
Fine pavilion and hotel. Grand scenery.
Telescope uad searchlight
SANTA MONICA TRAINS.
a?Dully, b?haily excejit Sunday, c?Sundays
BPHINa 9T
Leave 7:10 am, 10:00 am. 5:05 pm.
only, d?Maturdnys only.
;
Arrive 5:55 am, 4:40 pm, 6:50 pm
stages meet the rt:l.r> a. m. train nt Pasadena for
Mount Wilson on new trail.
Passengers leaving Los Angeles
the S:l5 a.m. } PERRIS AND SA NJACINTO TRAINS.
DnUnOnlui. American-European plans. train for Mount Wilson can returnonthe same
.1
day. Leave P-*9:00 am, O-»10:15 am
Special rates to excursion and picnic parties.
jArrive P-M-,05 pm, O-Ml:00 am
Depots east end of First street and Downey aveCochrane, proprietor.
nue bridg 's.
ELSINORE AND TEMECULA TRAINS.
City ticket office, CJreenewald's cigar sore, cor- ] Leave P-*9:00 am, O-*10:15 am
AND
1 Arrive P-*l:05 pm, "6:45 pm O-«ll:00 am
ST.,
NINTH
RIVEB- ncr Heroml and Spring streets.
TUC DriLVCI 1 MAIN
street
depot.
General ofllres. First
Ml nUntLL side. E. J. Davis, Prop.
BURNETT, (ieneral Manager.
f,W. B.WINCUP,
ESCONDIDO.
FALI.BROOK.
General Puss'inger Agent. I
A9T COLORADO
Leave *2:00 pm
Leave ?9:00 am
Arrive *12:30 pm
Arrive »7:15 pm
Cement and Catalina Island
J. A.
Angeles
Pusartcnu.
'
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3« V**tSecond Street
W
mm Mmf.i%
\u25a0% %A
I m
T I ICE CREAM AND SHERBETS A SPECIALTY
-*\u25a0>T-am.*,J r Jm.
~-
Emissions,
St2R
1898.
Ea««t end First
Downey avenue bridges.
We cure
U
UK
Southern Call-
IERMINItL BT.
IX EFFECT MAY 4,
J
_
LINES OF TRAVEL
Los Angeles depots:
day
Refined Family Hotel.
Newly furnished.
Opposite Central Park,
416 West Sixth Street.
Tal3le Board a s P ecialt yFinest Caterer in City.
A W
_____
LOS
I'rtvate side entrance on Third Street
8:01),
WrtLl
BREAKFAST
13
Fargo & Co.'s.
4:60p.m
all the horrors of Irapotency. CBPIDME cleanses tbe liver, tha
aft ICR kMneysend
AFTER
the iirtnaryorgan* of all lawnrttto*.
CUPIDEBi'E strengthens and restores ("mall weak organs.
The reason sufferers are not oared by Doctors Is because ninety per cent are troubled with
C tJPIDENE ls the only known remedy to core without au operation. HMO testimoniProstatitis.
als, A written gusrameo given and money returned if six boxes does not eflfoct a permanent cure.
tl.ooabox,Blxfurss.oo,by mall. Send for r»l circular and testimonials.
Address IM"«lt WaSl>V(mr \u25a0\u25a0 C*>., P. O. Box 2078, Ban Francisco, Cat Ihr Sola bY
OFF & VA UGHN. NE, corner Fourth and Spring Streets.
arrfjar
BEFORE SND
.an
Main St.,
Angeles
compounded
and Private Diseases of Men and abee-
We Never Ask for a Dollar Until Cure is Effected.
over Wells,
Corner Third and
READ THIS LETTER
The P°P ular HOTEL HETROPOLE open, and regular steamer service every day except Sunday commencin S Feb 8 -1896. See railroad time tables in Los
Angeles daily papers. Camping privileges, etc., free
t0 P atrons of W. T. Co.'s steamers only. Full information from Banning Co., 222 S. Spring st., L.A.,CaI.
23w IS
We have the largest prsctlce on tho Pacific Coast, treating every form of Weakness
To show our ability lv thiß line of practice,
Diseased
Druggist and Chemist
-
tSl \S>
Vi
|j
OF MEN ONLY fl
lutely nothing else.
Hops, £115s.
Should read the Los Angeles Daily Herald. If you are in
*he city for a few days only and want to keep posted on
and
Residents affairs, local, state, national and foreign, send in your order.
Fifteen cents will furnish all this for seven days, delivered at
in
Southern your room, hotel or residence. The Sunday Herald is a
California magazine which will furnish you a iveek's reading for 5 cts
and Third. Los Angeles. European. Cen
l-TOTITT
T? A VTO"\T Atrally
A Cor Spring;
II.\JXXLd±J I\2\.al\JiX
looated: moderato rate. F. M. MALLORY.Prop
£amf
vs
[I DISEASES
new. 3s 5V4tl. Futures
with May 'Jtl higher
and other months IJil lower: May, 3s; June,
3u; July, 3s V*a; September, 3s lvid; October,
3s 2'itl. Flour closer! steatlv ,wlth a poor
ilemainl: SI. Louis fancy winter, 7s Od.
Tourists
N.
>)\u25a0*
B
Tho Only SPECIALISTS In So. California for
American mixed
closed easy,
ABBOTSFORD INN CO..
Southeast corner Eighth and Hope Sts.,
Los Angeles
INN
U
LIVERPOOL MARKETS,
LIVERPOOL. May 4.?Spot wheat closed dull with a poor demand: No. 2 red winter, 5s 6tl: No. I bartl Manitoba. 5s 4rt: No.
1 California. 5s 6Vsd. b'ulures closed quiet,
Is'iVj lower; May. 5s 2'-,il: June. 5s 3d;
July, 5s lUd; August, 5s 8%4; September
and October, 5s VA&. Spot, corn closed
qiilct:
k
ABBOTSFORD
I
2.50: bront. t1.0001.25.
Millstuffs?Middlings, $17.50019.50;
bran
$15.00016.50.
Hay?AVheat. $8011.50: wheat and oat.
tsfe'lo; out, $7.5(1010; alfalfa, $709.
First-class and modern in ail its appointments.
Special accommodations for Tourists and permanent
rp-j-?
jj
Los Angele»,Cal
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE.
Potatoes?River burbank, 35®60; Oregon
ISLAND
iMrae.
Veitetablos?Los Ancclcs tnmntoea, tl.3Zft
1..i0: striim beans, SS(Tc; green peas, *lffj/l.?r>:
Rnrllc, WiiWic; green peppers,
dried do, 1010c: aaparaffus, I1.SS01OO; Jrietl
okra. 12',-f/ Lie; rlmiiarb, ;:.V./i;.v-; cucumbers.
60efl$l.
Fresh Fruit-Apples, t1.501tt.75;
I.on?wortb strawberries. [email protected]; common do. 40
tic; black cherries. 750©t1.00; white tlo 75c
Citrus Pruits? Mexican innes. fe.6uuiß uip
-,i dchoice SI ''II;'
r'nllfiirnifi lemons "
do, fancy. t2.26f82.60: ('nlifornla seed2.0O:
lino;
Cii.lisl..',h;
BANNING CO.PP"
Shipments
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4.?Wheat, dull;
December, 105%. Barley, inactive: December, 74%. Flour, family extras. $3.7503.85;
bakers' extras. t5.6608.66; superfine. $2.85®
3.00. Wheat, No. 1 shipping, 107%; choice.
110; milling, 1169120. Barley, feed, fair to
good. 72!4W75%; choice, 75(ffi76),4; brewing,
[email protected], Corn, 90. Bran. $15.50. Oats, milling, 75<582%: surprise, 90(fil00; fancy feed,
82%MR7%: good to choice, 75&80; poor to fair.
67%3i72%; gray, 72%5t50.
qr sks, 25,150; wheat,
Receipts?Flour,
ctls, 20,320; barley, ctls, 90.905: oats. Oregon,
ctls, 1115; beans, sks, 389; corn, ctls, 2685;
potatoes, sks, 991: onions,
den, 221; bran, sks, 1211;
20; hay. tons, 499; straw,
bales, 244; wine, gals, 6700;
263; raisins, bxs, 600.
7
do, 30IS70; Early Rose, CO ??75; now potatoe*.
jvr
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO, May 4.?Common
to prime
dressed beef and shipping sleera were wanted at $3.40J<4.40, with sales largely at $3.55 W.
4,30, and exporters were again good buyers
of choice droves. There was a firm market
for butchers' cattle and cows and heifers
sold largely at $2.70fu3.25. while bulls sold
mostly at $2.25ifi3.00. Calves were only ln
moderate demand and sold readily- at
strong prices. Hogs?There was an active
packing demand and prices were strong
10 cents higher than on Saturday, with the
bulk of sales at $3.45r04,30. The pens were
rapidly at $3.10«3.65 for common
cleared
heavy to fancy light with prime straight
heavy t3.52K-. Prices for sheep
ruled
to 10 cents higher, with fancy
jstronger
Colorado and Mexican lambs selling actively at $5.00. Sheep. $2.35(fj:3.80 for inferior to
fancy, and lambs wene active at $3.75®
$5.00, according to quality.
-
.
......... ......
....
6.000
18S.00O
12,000
Corn, bu
206.n00
Oats, bu
38,000
200.000
Rye. bu
7,000
6.000
Barley, bu
13,000
63.000
On the produce exchange today the butter market was firm: creamery. Iliffilsc;
dairy, 9fgl3c. Eggs were steady at 7%ifj"9c.
...
\u25a0
Shpmlp.
n.OOO
192,000
Receipts
_,
~
Flour. bb]g
AVheat. bu
'i
.
....
$123,972,393.
CIIICAOO MARKET
ond Abrond
....
fiarsnips,
~
BOSTON QUOTATIONS.
BOSTON, May 4.-Atchison, 1814; Bell
Telephone, 205; Burlington, Sl',4; Mexican,
WVy, San Diego, In.
_
Yellow onions ure up to $3.00 under an
almost bare market. Potatoes are in very
light supply and sell at top prices. Egg3
are firmer than on Saturday, a few extra
select selling as high as 14 cents. The
general market is 12 to 13 oents.
squares.
irjj. L-Ocat creamery, 2-lb
fancy, 2-lb
35537V4c: coast creamery,
squares, 30rii32',_c; coast dairy, fancy, 2-lb
squares. 27 1,_1f3Uc; do, I*l-11), 25fi27'.c; common grades and very light weights, 20ff22'_c.
CHEESE?LocaI full cream, large, lie;
n/M',nern ditto, .winm*:
hail cream otttxc:
Young America. 12c; do (3-tb. hand made)
13c. All Uc more cased for shipment.
EGGS?Choice California ranch, 12@ 13.c.
VEGETABLES?Artichokes,
per cloz.
20c: asparagus, per lb, Bo7ej beets, per 100
lbs, 90c; cauliflower, per doz., ?c; celery
do. b6c: oaboage, per 100 lbs, 80c; carrots
do, 90c; chilis, dry, per string, SOc; Mexii
can, per lb, 15c; green, per lb, 12c; cucumbers, per doz., $1.50; egg ulunt. per lb, 7c;
garlic do, 6ra7c; leeks, per doz, 15c; lettuce do, 15c; mushrooms, per lb, 45c; onions, green, per doz bunches, X0O40c: iin.
i
yellow Danvers,
per
100 lbs. $3.00;
new white, $2.50; parsley, per box, 60c:
per 100 lbs, 75c; peus. green, per
b, 3c; radishes, per doz. bunches,
40c;
t.uch, i''-i 10, lito; su ing beans, per lb.
[email protected]; tomatoes,
per box, $1.85(82.00; turnips, per i.hi ins, ioc; watercreMß, per clog,
bunches, 40c: wax beans, 809c; summer
squash, per lb., [email protected]
I''m I'i.- -iTars. *2 per box:
strawberries,
common, 4l_fisc; choice to
fancy, lOiglSc; apples, $1.5fXii2.00; pineapples,
per doz., $7.00; Central American, $4.00if/1.50;
BOND LIST.
bananas, $2.25 per bunch; cheries, $1,000/ 1.50
following
May 4.?The
per box; blackberries, 14c.
NEW YORK,
closing
nuotatlons on bonds today;
CITRUS FKFlTS?Oranges. Navels. S3 00 were 1ne
©3.50; Mediterranlean
U 8 N4scoup..ll7";s C P lftllof'W..lOlV*
sweets, t1.75rg2.00'
WA
bceUUngs, »i.2iwil.bo, lemons, lancy EureII 8 N4s reg....IMS D&RG 7«
91
109
D&R G 4s
ka, [email protected]; Eureka and Lisbon, $1.750 i Va ia reg
5 ci,up..,.112V
68T4
2.00; uncured, $l'u 1.25; limes, ncr 100. SOc
Erie 2ds
6*....10R
reg
§fift8 A
HONEY
AND BEESWAX?HoneyUS 4s
....109
S
A
?up....H0
75....100
comb, 9010 c per lb; strained, [email protected]; bees«
Us
it S's rreeg
92? H& T Cen 55..109
wax, 25_30c per lb.
.100-4
POULTRY?Hens,
[email protected]
per dozPac 6s 0 f 95:::.103,? II& T
4s
59*4
ing
vo
roosters. m...0.04.1.-1: broilers. $3,758
.106
MKT2d
Ala Class A
MKT Ist 45.... 86
$4.50; old roosters, $3rtJ4; ducks, [email protected]'
Ala Class 8....106
Mutual
Union
88.111
turkeys, lOfillc per lb.
.100
Ala Class C... .10.)
HAY?Wheat, 110®11; barley, $10: wheat
NJO Gen 55... .RS',4
A a currency.
117
lsts
and oat, $9©10; alfalfa, baled, $7i_B; loose, La new con 4s 97V4 N P 2ds
100
NP
114*4
Mo 63
MILL STUFFS-Flour,
Con..lßß*
Los Angeles
124
Northwest
NC'lis
Si;
Stockton
brands.
do 8 F deb 55.109*4
$4.40:
Oregon
104
v 4s
Eastern,
$I.OO(fI5.50:
bran,
76
$4:
per
8 C non-fund.. IU R G West lsis..
ton, local. $18: northern. $15.50; shorts
65..
86
BPC
& P W 58.114
Term
per ton, local, $19: northern, $17; rolled barSt P consoSs i5.,130
Term
n
set
55..103
ley, per ton, $15; cracked corn, per cwt
St PC&P AM5s .114
'Ten n set 35..
tc, feed meal, per cwt. $1.00.
St L& I M Geu 5s 79V4
Term old 65.... 60
DRIED FRCITS-Apiiles?Sun
Texas PaolstU .90
dried Va centuries... 616
sacks, per lb, 4(U5c; boxes, s'_i)7c; evapoSt L&S F Gen6sll2
Va deterred
rated, fancy, 607e. Apricots?Fancy,
lie Atchison 45.... 80
U P lsts 0f'96...10a
choice,
unp'eoied
9c. Peaches?Fancy,
IM
ecA 44*, W 8 48......
s
Atchison
6c; choice, 3c. Nectarines?Fancy,
S(cC9e'
93
Mo KH 53
OR & N 15t5....1184
Tears?Fancy
choice, 6070.
evaporated
75
N P 3ds
& N4s
80V4
L
Plums?Pitted,
choice,
7(&*9c.
7&9c.
Prunes?
Choice boxed, [email protected]; sacks, 203c: fancy, 10c.
MINING
STOCKS.
Angeles,
7c;
NUTS?Wainuts?Los
medSAN FRANCISCO
ium soft, 10c; soft-shell Los Nietos, fancy
SAN FRANCISCO. May 4.-The official
[email protected]
Almonds?Soft shell, 10c; paper closing quotations lor mining stooits toduy
shell, 12c: hard shell, 6c. Pecans?lß&lsW.,
were as follows;
Filberts?l<K|l2%o.
?
37 Grand&Prize
Yellow Jacket
HIDES AND WOOL?Hides, as thoy run,
32 Hale
Norcross..lls
Atuies
10c per lb; sound kips, S'/_c; bulls and stags,
15
7 Julia
Alta Con
6%c; calves, 15c. Sheep pelts, 6r_>lsc. Wool?
6
13 Justice
Alpha
Slicing clip, good 4(yoc; inferior. 3Sj3',_c.
Con
t
Belcher
53
Kentuek
TALLOW?3.I3V.c.
4
Lady
Wash
Con..
Keib.
Isle
LIVE STOCK?AII per lb?Beeves, 2y.rffi3c;
40
Mexican
calves, 3((f3-i-_o; sheep, 2*4(}j!3c; lambs, \u25a0ir_scBlest & Belcher.. 66
10
62 Mono
hogs, 3V_ff4c.
uodle con
18 Mt. Diablo
DRESSED MEATS-All per lb?Beef, 60) Bullion
?
Buiwer Con
27 Navajo
6V_e; veal, 0O7c; mutton, [email protected]; lamb. SOS
U Occidental Con .115
Caledonia
10c: pork, 6c.
135
Con Cal & Va...195 Ophir
CURED MEATS?EagIe hams, 9Wc: Rex
13
ay.
Challenge
Con... 39 Overman
[email protected]
UAic; selected pig hams
hams. ay.
33
Savage
96
|p,_e;
picnic
Diamond
C
Chollar
*'f»»c.
hams 517
5
Con Imperial
t Scorpion
7c, ay 7Uc; fancy Rex boneless breakfast
38
80 Potosi
twrapped),
13c; Rex boneless
bacon
Confidence
un
56
New
York..
3
n
Con
bacon,
breakfast
Con
1
10c: Diamond C break35 Utah Coin
15
fast bacon backs, 7V_c; Rex boneless ham, Crown Point
1
4 Silver Hill
bugar cured, 9_»o; KtaX boneless butts, nt
F.xeoheuer
(sets),
Pea dried beer
10c: Rex dried beef
Currie.. 63 Sierra Nevada
65
Gould
&
(iusldes), 11c; Rex regular dried beef,
to:
iioKeo tongues, per in. iw; ngnt medium
THE LONDON MARKETS.
dry salt clear
bacon.
8c: medium bacon,
NEW YORK. May 4.?The Evening
bellies, 16<t»20, ay 7V4: dry s*i:
salt short clears
says:
I'ost's
London financial cablegram
85(940, ay 6; dry Bait clear backs, 6._ The stock
markets were irregular today,
Rex pure leaf lard, tierces. 6V4c: Ivory lard
Consols were lower
but
firm
on
the
whole.
compound, tierces, 6'Ac; Rexollne, tierce
at 110%, because this was the first day of
basis, 6 1,.; Cottolene, tierces. 6c.
the settlement in those securities and partHaiSiivS?Fancy clusters, $1.25: 4-Crown
ly 011 reports that the discussion in parL L clusters, t1.10fff1.25; 3-Crown L L, per
liament on Rhodes and Argentine
South African Inbox, 90c©$l; Sultana, seedless, per box, DOcrif.
cidents is a warm one.
and othtl; 3-Crown loose muscats, per box. 600 er
South American securities were strong70c; 2-C'rown loose muscats, per box. .Wit
ly bid for and also Australian mines. Kafordinary loose, per
65c;
box,
45055
ffre were dull for reasons given above.
CroWn loose, In sacks, per lb, 2'/ _rri/2*'.c\u25a0
Americans were steady to Arm, but with no
3- Crown loose. In sacks, per lb, 2 1_W2*_c'
business.
The market may be described
4- Crown, per lb, 3__t&4e: Sultana, seedless'
as lifeless and requiring a fresh stimulus
fancy blchd, per lb, 6-B6U0; Sultana, seedto galvanize the bulls into action again.
less, choice, per lb, 3M.rg.4e.
Copper was very strong.
Fractions: Half boxes 25c, quarter boxes 60c, per box higher than wholes.
MONEY QUOTATIONS.
BAGS -(Net cash)? Calcutta. SW-; potato bags, 4- drle i fruit
NEW YORK, May 4.?Money on call
100 lbs. 64'if
7',.; bean sacks. 6, walnutsaoks.
easy at 2tg>3 per cent; last loan, 2V4 per
bags, 14&10; wool
cent; closed 2V4 per cent; prime mercantile
MUCKS
30
AND DRIED PEAS-Plnk. $1.50 paper, 4M>rffs per cent; sterling exchange
Washington,
steady, with actual business in bankers'
»2-90®3.00;
1
mß
Lady
E
U white, small, t1.7502.00: garvan- bills
$4.88*4t(t:4.89 for demand, and $4.87*1®
(LS&O1.70;
small, $8.50<n?4.00;
garvancos,
large, 4.88 for sixty days; posted rates, $4.BB^'ii)
cps,
$4i&5; green field peas, $2.50<5a.00; black4.89 and $4.89V4©4.90; commercial bills, $1.58*4
SZSS beans, *_,_i_?iy.>: lentils, imported, ivi.W
t
$7*»»- lentil" California. «:,<)'., lIM
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4.?Drafts, sight,
POTATOES-Per 100 lbs, Burbanks. tlrfji 5: telegraph, 10.
May 4.?Consols,
LONDON,
c
v
da
1
common grades?new,
110%.
Si'2si,J
YeV '?burbank,
1 : seed,
[email protected];
$1.00.
GRAlN?Wheat, tl.loftrl.2n: corn. 90rffi95c:
GOLD AND BONDS.
barley,
75c;
feed
oats. 11.10QU.25; ail perioe
NEW YORK, May 4.?Bids were opened
pounds.
today for $4,039,509 of gold bonds of the city
of New York, being what remained of the
Real Estate Trnnit r«
$5,000,000 offered for sale some time ago
by the city comptroller. Atthe time of the
James H. Adams &Co. to Charles Beech33,
er.lot
H. W. Ogden's subr $478.87.
first offer the bonds were to bear three
George and Frederick* Barter to George per c»«» Interest, which was sufficient to
.
attract investors. The tenders today were
on a basis of 3"3 per cent interest. The
best bid was that of Vermyleu & Co., for
the whole or none at 104.089.
Heldelback. icklehelmer & Co.'s engage,ment of gold at the subtreasury is for
This makes the total amount
$1,6.10,0011.
thus fur engaged for shipment $2,150,000.
All of this gold goes to Germany and Is expected to be transhipped to Russia.
It ls
all in mostly tfj and $io pieces. Legal tenders have been deposited with the subtreasury In each case. Indications point
lo a further shipment thlH week by Ruaalnn account of from two to three million
dollars.
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MARKETS OF THE WORLD
M. Berger, lot 77, Alexandre Weill tract;
$1000.
Gilbert and Katie Lown to Mrs. Emma
MoLeod, lot 35, Koller-Rleman Lake aye.
tract; $70.
San Jose Ranch Co. to Mrs. Edna A.
Thacker, oVi of nw>4 of nw l,.. sec 2, 1s 9,
und k'4 of ne'A of nwVi, sec 2, 1 s 9, 22-21;
$1700.
George Washington Smith to Mrs. Martha G. Germain, lot 19, block 9, Whlttler;
$075.
Maria and August Boecklln to Frank M.
Smith and Docie E. Smith, agreement to
convey lot 267, Grider & Dow's Atlams et.
tract: $500.
Frank 11. and Sarah A. Merrill to William
$100.
H. Smith, lot 9. block 66, Burbank;MargarWilliam H. and Mary I. Smith to
,
et Moore, same; $100.
Frank A. Gibson, trustee, et al to Richard Sountag. lot 259, Grider & Dow's Adorns
st. tract; $300.
Thomas and Ella C. Barrows to Oliver H.
Duvall, lots 6, 7, 8, 9and 10, block 34, Claremont: $300.
.
Richard Klchllne to A. Ramlsh and M. C.
Marseh, undivided one-sixth lntereat In
mining locations In San Franelsqulto mining district: $300.
Minerva and Henry Freed to A-lla Inez
Morrison, lot S, block 2, Bennett tract; $1800.
Sarah 11. anil AY. B. Barber to Henry J.
Grlswold, lot D. block 17, add No. 2 to Monrovia tract; $3500.
John Perry, receiver of National Bank of
Kansas City, to William C. Bluett, block O,
Colina park: $4400.
11. C. and E. J. Morse to H. Salkey. commencing al smith, asi cor. of lot 1, Goldsworthy's Ninth st. tract; $1000.
Doria Jones to Walter H. Wren, lot 5,
block J, Jones tract; $1000.
Summary:
Deeds, 54; nominal, 37; total
consideration, |18,48i,97<
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