Document 22801

LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING. JULY
racked
FINANCE AND TRADE.
The Day's
Buluil
on th* New York
Brook Bxohanffn.
New York, July :lo.?The week opened on
the Block exchange with an unsettled feeling
ln speculation which developed into weak
neis.
There was a loss on nearly the entire
lilt at the closing hour.
Government bonds were Heady; state bonds
Inactive.
QUOTATIONS.
MONEY
New York. July 30.?Money ou call?Easy,
at 1 per cent; last loan at 1 per cent; closed at
1 per cent.
Prlmo mercantile [email protected] per cent.
with actual busiSterling exchange?Firm,
ness ln bankers' iiiilsa $4.89%c<*489% for demand, aud $-1.87(84.-17% lor tiO-days.
Poßted ratas-$4.881»* 8 ?%.
Commercial 0i1i5?f4.8i1%(<84.86%.
Sliver certlfloates?o4(i*Bso.
Sah Francisco, July 30.? light drafts on
York, per #100, ids,
Hew
merlin* bills on bunion, bankers' 80-day
Bills, fs.MTv
London, July 30.?Consols,
101%.
Bank of England discount rale. per cent.
STOCKS AND BOND!.
New York,
oort g1.20; feed meal,
barley, ifl.w.
-
July 30 ?The oloiing quotation)
gl.10; rolled
IJtY Salt Poiik? Bellies, clear, per lb., B%c;
sh>rt clear, B%c.
IIS I'ORX-Half bbl., $5.50.
i. \ rii?Tierces, tvory compound, per lb, 7c;
Xi, pure leaf, Be.
Fr«sh Mftttte.
Wholeiale butchers' prices f whole oarcases:
BftEr?lirst quality. sgs%'c; do,, light, 4%®
4V,c- third, 4(A4%c.
Ve\i.?Kanue heavy, 4'.j.iS%c; do., light, [email protected]
6jitc; dairy, li)a (s7c.
<»s%ii;
lamb, [email protected]%a
~
Sink,
,
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,
:t- ?;
Monday.
HIMIKQ SHARB3.
Ban Francisco, July 30.-The offlclal closing
quotations for mining stocks today were as
follows:
Alta
Belcher
Best A Belcher...
17 Hale A Norcrots...
88 Mexican
.117 Mono
OS Ophtr
15 rotosi
Chollar
24 <m«»a
con. Cal. A Va... 3.oi> sierra Nevada
Crown Point
74 Onion Con
Eureka Con
25 lull
Could A Curry... .40 Yellow Jacket
Bodle Con
Bulwer
.54
88
IS
1.68
40
24
60
58
05
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Silver Bullion.
Bas Francisco, July 30.- silver bus, 02V*
C 2 per oz.
Mexican dollars,s 11 if.s 1
London, July 30.?Bar
silver, .023 fine,
28T a d.
Nicw York, July 30.? Bar silver, 62% ptr
ounce.
Mexican dollars, 51c.
.
.
c
Bullion Gone Into the Bank of England.
London, July 28,?The amount of gold (One
Into the Dane ot JCugiand today ou balance,
waa 11203,000.
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San Francisco Produce Market.
San FiiANcisno, July 30.?There
ls
chauge In the vegetable market.
Potatoes ciesn up well at quotations.
Onious are firm.
Tomatoes w Battened offa little.
Business was quiet; prices steady.
little
Melons aio lower.
Htrawberriee plentiful and cheap.
Blackberries are hlguer.
Tho demand for butter continues active, and
prices rule viin.
Choice ranch eggs are strongly hald.
Cheese ls utichauged.
There are 110 changes iv the poultry market.
The receipts of fruit aru abundant. Prices are
steady.
.
San Francisco Grain Market.
Ban Fuancisco, July 28.?Flour quoted as
follows: Net cash prices tor Family Extras,
|(3.40(53..>0: 11 iker.' Extras, $3.30x33.40; Super!, n $2.5u(jri!2.75.
Wheat?Puruoiising for shipping purposes Is
BtAudarc,
shipping, 36%iJ87%c;
moderate.
milling,$1.02%(i*1.07%.
BsTley?A ugnt business has been done this
Feed, new, Ho(tpS2%c;
wniek. Quotatious:
old, 82%(»85c; brewing, new, 87;,@IIOc; t.hivalier standard, $1.20>qi1,25.
Oats ?The week now cosing haa been a dragging ono for the on trnde. Miiliug,$1.15,tt1.25;
fan'y la.-d, $1.200J
riurprise,
1.25; goud lo euolce, $1.1041.17%;
poor to
fair, [email protected];
black, nominal;
red,
nominal; gray, $1.0591 15.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
< iii'aiio, July 30,?Corn wm again
ltadsr lv tha grain market; closing
higher,
Wheat advanced ltjc.
Oata galued l^Bc ou the diy.
Provisions closed at a alight decline.
The leading tuturce closed as follows:
tho
2%e
Wheat No. 2?
August
52'^
54)4
$l\m~>W,i
September
December
Corn Ko. 2?
July
September
45*£
tb%
40U
45J, 4
August
May
Oats No. 2
?
31
July
August
29W
beptember
SDK
May
34
Gash quotations were as follows:
Flour?Weak.
Winter patent, $2 80fi?2.90:
straight!,
lit) spring pa.out, $3 10(11)
3.00: do. straits, $2.00(0)2 TO.
2
prlng,
Wheat?No.
\u25a0~ ,<r,.e ~r; No. 3,
nominal; Kg). 2 r d, 5 l*4'gs3 12 c.
2,
Corn?No.
No. 3 yellow, 47V.C.
Barley-No. 2, nominal; No. 3, 30c; No. 4
nominal,
Oat>?No. 2, nominal:
No. 2 White, 328
BGc!J; No. J white, 31(J435i;c.
Kye?No. 2, 40:\
Fiai seed-No. 1, $1.27.
Timothy seed?¥s.oo.
Meas pork?Per übl.. if12.57WeM2.72Vi.
, ..
4b%0!
l.ard?Per 100 lbs.. !fii Bofaiu 02^.
fchort ribs?.ides, lou.e, $ii.75(3itj.77 1£
Moulders?Dry salted, boxwi, $0.0014)8.121-j.
Short cicar?Sides, boxed, $7.00,1417.20.
Whlsket?Distillers' ilttisneu goods, per gal.,
$1.25,
Sticar?Out loaf, $5.43; granulated, $2.02;
staudard A, $4.49.
On the produce exchange today tho butter
market was Arm; Creamery, I4(d2o'je,; daily,
12®17c.
Hggs-Firm,
lO'itamk'c
OTHJtII OItAIN MinKCTB.
Liverpool, July 23.?Wbeat;
No.
1 Califor-
nia, 4s lioYjp'iß 7d; rod western wint-r, 4s
l' !-v.ts 21;
red westoru Bprlng, 4s t; units
7d.
Market was steady; demand poor;
holders offer frtely.
Corn?Pi nn, demand moderate; new mixed
«pot, 4s Id.
Bailey-California brewing, 23s [email protected]«d.
F,our?Bprlng patent, 5a 9a.
Bam Francisco, July 3 >.?Wheat, quiet and
steady; l)<e, mber, $1.01? B ; now sutler, 91 Uo;
May, *1.085b
Baney?turner;
December,
84Ja'.
corn?sl.4s.
Bran??ltl.oo per ton.
new spot,
Petroleum.
Nsw York, July 30 ?Petroleum?Weaker.
Pennsylvania oil sale-, none; August option,
tales none; doting, uttered at 81!-u. Lima oil
Bales, uone.
LOS ANGELES LOCAL MARKETS.
flmiiv and Miii staffs.
IiARLEY-per can 14), $1.20.
Corn?Per cental, $1,15
Whkat?F*r catita., $1.15.
Flour ?I oral exir* family, pa hbl., $4.00
northern and vast in, $1.15.
MillFJBKO?Brau, per ton, $24; Khort<, $23;
mixed feed (com aud barley), per cwt., $1.10;
Jnly
30.
A Kraft to his wife-W% of NU of Nt% of g
17, T2B, El 3 W, aud lot 4, bl A, X OhW% sec
io A Frohiiug trt; gut.
W N Leo et ux tv C Osbon?Lots 1507 and
1508 Chicago Park trt Bta Monica; $200.
J W Cook tn his wife?Lets 1, 2 aud 3, bl E,
Azoss; 82378.75.
E Keher et con to X Kolbort?Lots 5 and 6, bl
137, Pomona; agmtto convey.
R F Dodson et con to O H Peck, Jr?Bl 45,
Hoaley's survey San Pedro; $10.
W N Harris to E A Keclcy?Lot 26, bl 22,
Wolfsklil orchard trt; $10.
Mrs A Oilman to «v Kerns -Lot 18. bl 29. Burpart lot 2, bl 17, Louk Beach; $1.
blnk.and
H T G igeelnx to w H Workman-Und % of 8
12,
Bee
T 6 N, X 12 W. and lot 16, bl E, and
E%
13, bl H, Cabl-j Boad trt; $1100
VV H Workman et ux to H T Gage?Lot 11,
Workman A Hollenbeck trt; $10.
C J Fox et ux to H Slddall?M 35 ft lot 2,
bik E, Sherman trt; $1000.
PC Howes to E J Brlttaln?Lot 6, Dlks,
Howes' trt: $190.
L C Edwaids 11 L M Brown?Lot 1, b'k 5, city
donation lots; $125.
W H Carpenter to M 0 Carpenter?tot
39, X
A Miller's subdivision, blk 72, H8: $150.
0 H Putnam to C E Putnam?part lot 11, blk
102, Bellevue Terrace trt; $10.
J Lyons et nx to E T Keenly?Lots 5 and 6,
blk 13, l.os Angeles Improvement company's
sob qla 30, 118; #5.
AUilmau to MM ataublln?Lot 24, Tuthlll A
Glen'son's snb Orange Slope trt; $150.
E A Miller et uz to8« Ualfhld?Lots 23 and
24, Miller Si Harriott's resub VY% Fitzgerald trt!
$30' 0.
J T Freos to 1 J Bryant?Lot 102, Rancho San
Fernando, 31-39; $10.
WN Harris to X I Follmer?Lots
16 and 17
and lrJ, blk 15, and lots 18 aud 19, blk 16,
Wolfskin Orchard trt; $70.
W B Armstrong ot ux to H H Worden?Lots 7
and 8, blk 20, same tract, as above; $10.
Same to sh me-l ots 17 and 18,24 and 25,
blk 10, and lot 26, blk 18, same tract; $10.
F M Benedict et ux to J Aken-Lot 89, Park
Villa trt; $1200
VD D'iDoee tn H H Worden?Lot 11, blk 5,
and lot 8, blk 16, Wolfsklil Orchard trt; $10.
1 D Benbam et ux to J Simons?Land lv Ban
Pasqnal trt: Pasadena, 334?218 deeds: $100.
A Shu fer et con to M E Hoyal?Lot 37, Arthur
tri; $275.
M LMorceret con to C 0 Haddock? Lot 4, bl
62. resub bl 62, O 8; $7500.
Security Bvgs Bk and Trust Co to M C HuntLot 10, bl 7. Moran trt: $525.
G M Potter to 8 C Potter?Lots 5 and 6. bl ,1.
Ponaerov & Mills' sub Bollenheok trt, and lot 3.
bl A, Tappan's sub lot 4, blk 39, H 3: $1.
L A Pitts et cou tn X W Wing-Lots 11, 12
and 13 Nlnde's sub bl C, Sau Palqual trtl
HAIR VIGOR
Dressing
CUPIDENE
Is the Great Life Giver.
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of
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Invigorates all
exliausted organso( the
body.
It Is tho great
vegetable vitalizer that
destroys the germs of
insidious disease
V- tluit
which hai wasted the
Btrftllgta c our i'oung
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TWBttnmn^e*
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There are hundrodsof
young and middlu uged
men whoso nerve force
are doclininp, who sutler irom debilitating
dreams aud those Ills which follows from excesses aud over Indulgences in early Hie.
CHPIDKXR will give you hack your
You will ho as powerfully strong after its uselife.
as
you are now puriently weak.
Are you in a T).«mature con/\u25a0>
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ditionf tiri'UIKVK will
**h(\ stop this vvasto iv a fortnight o:
&k W\ \ tbree weeks.
Impotcncy, stcTlllty, mental
licapacltieH are quickly cured
speedily 10/ ryflSjLiy and
nioveit i.y tiii> tuo
-/A-fcaßg
cures Lost Man- tKkvyt k
hood, Loss of Brain Power, Con_> )
sumption of tho Rraln (pareisos).
Sleeplessness, Lack of Power, diz.
J
ziuess Pains in the Back, Nervous
A
Prostration,
Nervous Debility, efcflfpJW
Varicocele, Constipation and will
surely bring hack tho lost power
isl
of man.
Prostatitis carries off our
I
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young ana
setYf
JadJ
/3fi«tS**\
middle-aged
men.
Enlarged prostate gland needs
a quieting yet powerful remcdial agent,
Such ls OUPI-
DBNB Use CUPIDENE and
A*loSy*j\ avoid a dangorous operation.
flqarantoe in writing given
4M Bn<l
g
money returned Ifper
F/ WiVSm t Ai
am J\ r
mancut cure 1b uot offected V
sw I V j Six boxes.
Guarantee sent
I
with mail orders just tho
the same, atl.ow a box, A
rj.-.00
boxes for
by mn;l. 5,000 Testimonials. Send for free circulars and testimonials.
Adereas all mail srders to
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DAVOL MEDICINE CO.
P. O. Box *07»,
Ban Francisco, Cal
FOR SAT.R HY
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IF YOU WANT
A Nice Room.
IF YOU WANT
Ballona. 6 delegates?Judge,
:
hoiel,
5 Cents a Line
Kach Insertion.
Do You
Advertise your Real
Estate for sale or
Houses and Flats to
rent in The Sunday Herald?
It Pays.
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Having tho needed mer t to more than make
good ail the advertising clsimed for tbem, tbe
following four remedies ha>e reached a phenomenal sale:
Or King's New Discovery, for
consumption, coughs and cods, each bottle
Electric Bitters, the great lemedy
or liver, stomach aud kidneys; Bucklen's arnlc» Balve. the best ln the world, sad Dr. King's \u2666
Executed with Neatness
New Lite Pills, which ara a perfect pill. All
And Dispatch at the
these reinedl-s are guaranteed to do Just, what
Is claimed for them, and t>e deal r who>e
name is attached hsrewi'h will be glad to sell
vim more of them. Hold nt C. F. lianzeuan't
drug storg, 222 N Mains'..
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fuar.nteed:
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250 envelopes, 50c;
wrtTtnar pip?'. 2Tc
Langstadter, 311 A, Second, Hoi values hotel
Dr. Parker, d.'nllit, 120% Wost First street.
Wall paper hnng, 10c roll; $328 8. Spring.
Dt» Oxr.UAN Family Soii-
DeVAN & RUTLEDGE,
Grain and Stock Brokers,
12ii)8' W. Seconds!;., Bindick Blk.
Telephone 157.
V.'c receive continuously over special wire to
our ofllce iho Chicago grain and provision
morkeu. New York stock markets, San rranclsco grain mirkcts. Orders executed instantly,
sfftTdlnK speculators the best of opportunities.
Margin accounts ou boit terms to be had. Our
book of its titties mailed on application.
Notice to Creditors.
THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
Antoniu P. Coronel, deceased.
INNotice
is hereby given by the undersigned,
egeoutrlje
of the last will and testament of
Antonio K. Coronsi, deceased, to the creditors
of, and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit the same with the
iiccesstiry vouchers within ten months after the
lirst publication oi this notice, to the said
executrix, at the oifiic uf Lee & Scott, room
103, I'hillli-s block. No. I, In the city of Los
Angeles county of Los Anrteles, state of California, s.iid office rjetnsr
the place for the
ti nns.ie ion oi the business of said estate.
Dated this llth day ol July, A. 11. 1891.
MARIANAW i)E COKONEL,
Executrix of thu last will and testament of
Coronel,
i.
Antonio
deceased.
7-11-lmo
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309 W. SECOND ST.
ing plsce Downey Ohamplon-omco.
Duarte, 4 delegates?Judgo,
J. 11.
Voting place,
clerk, K. B. Merman.
house.
Shrode:
school
El Monte. 11 delegates?Judge,
J. c. Hannon;
clerk. C. M. Bell. Voting p ace, Melyer's store.
Enterprise, 4 delegates?Judge,
Omrt Buills;
oletk, George Nichols. Voting place, Enterprl'o school bouse.
Florence, 5 delegates?Judge,
Nathaniel McCl»!n; clerk, G. W. Williams. Voting place,
school bouse.
Frultland, 3 delegales-Jadge,
B. Collins;
clerk, Wm. Angel. Voting place, house on
Bull's ranch.
Garvnza, 3 de'egales?Judge,
Frank Hall;
clerk, Geo. H. Carwin. Votiug place, Cor win's
rail estate ofllce
Gleudulo, l> delegate!? Judge Robert Devlne;
olerk, R G. uoyle. Voting place. Good Templar's hall.
Qlendnrs, 6 delerates?Judge, Dr. A, B. Engel
hardt; ckrk, J. N. Reiser. Voting place, Book's
hall.
N, M. Bolan;
Howard 3 delegates-Judge,
clerk, 8, B. Woodward. Voting piece, school
house.
Hyde Park, 4 delegatoj?Judge,
F. BoMiib;
Voting placj, school
clerk, J. T. Jouhla.
,
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$
Craudall's
£
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A. R. HOPKINS, Manager.
George EngelLa Canada, Sdo'egates?Judg?,
clerk, John Verdugo. Voting place,
Cleaoeuu school house.
La Llebra. 4 delegates?Jud-je, Wm. Bailey;
Voting place, Neeuach
olerk, 0 W. Sage.
school house,
Laniauda Park, 3 delegates?Judge,
J. B
Wilson; ok-rk, J. E. Butitr. Votiug plroe,
hardt;
*
Eckstrom does the wall paper mildness of
tbe city. He has a large stock, good taste and
?
lowcbl prices. 309 8. Main st.
Downey, Ist precinct, 6 delegates?Judge,
J.
M. McK.Ol ar; clerk, B. M. Blyttie. Voting
place, B. M. Ulftht-'s office.
DoA-ney, 2nd precinct, 0 delegates?Judge,
T. K. Mauulug; clerk. V. B. J. Ohapinan. Vot-
house.
job
I Herald Job Offlee
John J. Chap-
olerk, VY. R. Hupe. Voting; place, school
house.
ahuengs, 4 delegates?Judge,
Wm. M. TarKart; clerk, T. Anderson.
Voting place, Cahuenga school house.
Calabasas, 4 delegates?Jndge,
Pascal Ballade clci k, c. A. Beh. Voting place, Calabasas
court house.
Catalina, 2 delagates?Judge,
Dr. A. T.
Bishop: clerk, 8. Eddy. Voting place, pavilion.
Cerritos, 3 delegates?Judge,
W. A. Andrews;
clerk, Alex Miles Voting place, school house.
Clearwater, 2 delegates?Julge
D. Lane;
clerk, 8, N. Jenulugs. Votiug place, Clearwater halt.
Common, 5 delegates?J
idee, A. P. Bently;
clork T. J. Havlin. Voting place, Judge
Ben ly's office.
Covins, 3 delegates?Jndge,
Ari Hopper;
oicrk, Joseph Maddeu. Voting place, Hodge's
hall, Covinit.
Dei Bur 3 delegates?Judge,
Louis Mayet;
clerk, Jarues Hetuer. Voting place, Hefner's
The Herald
summary.
.
man; clerk, 11. Bhimmel. Voting place, school
house.
Burbank, 3 delegates?Judge,
F Bcntedler:
YOU CAN FIND
THEM BY
USING THB
COLUMNS OF
SKLlndloyetnxtofi C Chevailler?Lot 12,
bl 11, Uimston trt; $350
M Flynn to X Eadie?Lot 16 and pat lo', 17,
Brockway'e sub bl J, Ban Fasqual trt, Pssadena;
$450.
J W Gervln et ux to A W Krone?Lot 14, bl 46
\u25a0 lee Ry Homesiead Assn tri; $300.
J Fallows tn C W Wiuue?Lots 9 and 10, bit;
The Palms: $600.
Pomona coilesa toS E Colson?Lot 18, bl N;
Claremout: $150.
Same to P J Colton?Lot 17 bl 12; Claremont:
$1.
N PAlntor to Fassdcna LAW Co, Und?3-10
32.05 acres. Ro Ban Pssqnal (42-71) $1980.
T Barrows to P J Colcord-Lot 16, bl 12; Claremont: $150.
Los An
Tho Democratic county rentrai committee of
Lob Angeles county issues tne following proclamation in aci onlance with re-ultitions adopt, d
by raid committee, duly assembled at Los Angola* city, Ju y 20, 1884, for the boldiug of
primary elections aud caucuses for the c ei-tion
of d-legates to a county couyentio-i to beheld
at tho clly of Los Angeles in the New Turn Vereiu hall, 313 ?outh ? aiu street, on the 11th
day of augusi, 1804 for the purpose of select
ing forty-; wo de.egatr.s to the Democratic (tale
tourer,t ou tv be held at Ban Francisco,
on 1 uuaday, tin- 21st day ot August, 181(4. Cel.,
aria
tjrtodei gates to the coneressioual
aud other
conventions; aad also to nomluate caa.tida ea
vi,
township
nty,
foco
and other office* to bo
voted for at the eleciion to bo held on the 8 h
day of November, 1894; also to tv
a new
left auy
county centra) committee and trunsaft
aud
all other business fnr ihe ftu-theraure of tbe Interests of ihe Democratic party.
Said primary elections and caucuses shall be
held HCcording to tbe followingrules and regulations;
The c ection for delegates to the county convention shail,iu all Incorporated cities and
towns,l.e belo by preciuct caucuses by the meeting of the Democratic electors of said pre Incts
at some place to be designated by .aid committ c, at the hour of 7:30 p. m., ou the 4tb
of Aniußl, 1804, aud close at 9:30 p.m. on
said day.
Th t the organization ot said caucus shall be
by too member of the Democratic cmnty central committee for tbe lespeouve precinct* who
shall pie-lde over said caucus, and lv case thero
Is uo member of the Democratic committee
)r sent, then the Democratic electors present
shall elect a chairman of said precinct cauc a,
who shall preside at said meeting, and said
preoiuot caucus shall electa secretary nf
meeting, and also two judges who. withsaid
ths
chair i,an of said meet ng, shall conduct all
the proceedings of said caucus.
That said caucus meeting shall remain open
for Hi" purpose of receiving vntes
until the
hour of 9:30 p. m., at which tims said caucus
shall close, aud the judge, chairman and socre
tarv shall certify the number of votes polled
and for whom, and shall Issue to the persons
receiving lhe highest number of votes a certificate of election to said convention The
secretary ol said oauous shall take down the
names of all persons applying lo voe aud
their residence, and shall return the bal ots
cast, together with tbe full minutes of the
proceeoiusaof said caucus, together with tne
list of raid voters and their resldenoe, to tho
chalrmau or secretary of the Democratic
couuty cenir.il committee.
In other prei incts o'said couuty of Los Augeles, not Ine udedin said Incorporated cities
and towns, dc egatts shall be elected by precinct titularies, the polls shall be onen-rt at
the hour of a p. ra. and closed at the hour of 5
p. m., and ssld elerttinn shall be conducted
by a
Judge and clerk appointed by tbis committee
That the qualification to vote in any of the
said caucuses or precinct primaries shall be
that the voter ls a Democrat, that he pledges
himself to vote the Democratic ticket at the
ensuing
election, that he is an elector at the
precinct at which he applies to vote. Tbe judge
and clerk of said preciuct caucus or precinct
primary shail return to the secretary or chairman of the Democratic oounty central committee. immeJlstely after such caucus ele tion or
prirauiy, the poll list contriniug the names of
the persons voting at the said caucus o- primary, together with the ballots used at such election, with acertiticateceriifylogtheuumber of
voles which each delegate received, on ', the
said returnß to be Inclosed In a good, substantial envelope.
Tho following Is the number of delegates to
which each precinct is ut tled, tho uamos of
the officers of election provided for under this
call, aud the place of holding same:
A clou, 2 delegates?Judge.
G. Kruger; clerk,
J. M. Jones. Voting place, scboo. house.
Alabambra, 0 delegates?Judge, George Lownian: clerk, J, K. Pitts. Voting place, Adams'
Hall.
Arteila, 3 delegates?Judge,
John Oarse:
clerk, John Holllngsworth. Voting place, Artesia school house.
Azuea, 9 delegates?Judge,
Louis T. Nalhsn;
clerk, YV. P. Barnes. Voting place, Nathan's
store.
A Good Boarding P]aee,
grant.
Nominal
Total
E X p. bnllds up,
I flit
refreshes,
-/A~sß;ft
«
Deeds
tho Democrat! of the County of
TO it.-1.-B,
ijtntvof ualifornia:
It prevents the hair
from falling out
or turning gray.
The best
Bprlng
,
ATTENTION!
AVER'S
Dried Fralt.
ArpLES?Sun
drio>i, ssoki, per lb., 7(sßc;
ancy
boxes, per lb., incite; evaporated,
12c.
apricots?Fancy, per lb., 11®12%c; peeled,
...
Burlington
has become thin,
and keep the ecalp
clean and healthy, use
tajX.
were:
U. >. Ss reg
117% Nashville Chatt.. 6J
Cordago
do coup
M%
llS%Nat
ffi
118!,,, dopfd
do 4s ret
114 IN. J. Central.
do4s coup
.194% 14(gU6c.
do 'as reg
96* Norf. at Wsln ptd. 18%
Peaches-Fancy,
unpseled, [email protected]; peeled,
?Paol«c6sol '95.100* N. Imtr. Oa
2% 14'f»16c.
Atchison
3% Nor. Pao
8%
Prunes?Choice,
boxes, perlb.,[email protected]; sacks,
Adams Ex
149 ? dopfd...
..13
[email protected]; fancy, 9<aioc
Alton, Torre Hte. 29 ll'. P. D. 4 0u1f...
2%
Fr.*h Frnlts.
do pfd
168 Northwestern ....102%
Apples?Per box, $1.76(1*2.00.
109}» <U» Pfd
Am. Ex
140%
bunch, »-.'.00tn2.25.
Bananas?Per
Balto. A Ohl* ... 71 N. Y. Central
90%
Lsmohs?Cured,
per box, Jj1.7612.00! nn«2%!n, Y. AN. Eng... 13« eured,
Canada Pao
il,Qoai.3S.
Canada Bouth'n.. 48% Ontario & »stu. 14",
ORANriK-? Nnvels, ptr box, g1.50®2.00; seed,
Central Pue
10&Ore. Imp
12
lings, isi.ooiai.2.-..
Chas. at Ohio
15
16% ore. Nay
Chicago A Alton.l4o ore. Short Line <k
Nuts.
Burilugtou
U.
Northeru
Almonds?Paper shell, per lb,, [email protected]; soft
72% l
8%
Chljago Qas
73??.Pa0. Mall
14% shell, 14 ttlsc; hard shell, [email protected]
Con. lias
114 Peoria, D. A E.?.
Sl
Psancts?Oiilllornia,
raw, per lb., [email protected];
*150
C.C.C.&Bt. Louis 35 Pittsburg
toasted, 7(j(8c; eastern, raw, 607 c; roasted, 8(g)
Col. Coal at Iron., ii- Pullman Palace.. 156% 9c.
Cotton Oil
17
Vegetable-*.
26% Beading.
Del. at Hudson. ..133 Richmond Ter.... 14',
BliNs-PerlOOlbs., black-oyed, 92.00(1*2.25]
dopfd
Del., Lacxawanna
17%
navy,
$2.25; Lima, $2
Si Western
161 R.GrandsWestern
14%
.50; small white, $2.65!g)2.75.
It. A It. (1. pfd
42
pfd
lbs,,
20%
ido
100
90c
per
Busts?Per
03
18;, Back i.land
llistillers
Cabbaob? Per 100 lbs., 501jJ)750.
57
East fena
8 »L Paul
Car Rats?Per
100 lbs.. 60c.
Erie
pfd
de
117
13%
ONiONH-Per 100 lbs., $4.00.
pid
do
28* Si. Paul <k Omaha 34%
Vn|
tabus?Mlsoxllaneoos.
l!f>
dopfd
Ft. W.yne
150»
Caui.iplower?Per doz., 60c
Ot. Northern nfd. «»% Southern Pacific.. 18
Cki.f.ry?Per doz. bunches, 60c.
Chicago Si Ksstrn
Sugar
104%
Chi. is?Dry, pur lb., 20c; green, 6a.
Illinois nfd
BS 1 Term. Coal A Iron 17%
Ga iti.iv?Per Ib,. B(s|i4c.
8%
Paofclnt Valley.. li;% l exas Pacing
LKrrucx?Per doz., 150.
lillnoUCsntrai... 00%(Toledo it O. C. pfd 6!)
Onions?Green,
Bt. Paul Si Duluth 23
per doz. buaobes, 20c.
Union Paslflo
7
50
Kan. Sr Teias pid 2<i 11. 8. Ex
Kadihiiks? Per doz. buuchbs, 20c
PAHSNirs-Per 160 lbs., *1.
Lake Erie d> We t 15% Wasa'b, St. Louis
do pid
Pact fie
8
Potatoks?Pel 100 lbs., 9S(JgI,IO.
6i% A
Turnips?Per 100 lbs., 73c.
dopfd
Lake Hliore
13%
laft%
s-F*rgo
Lead Ttutt
Ex..112
38 Wei
Humey and Uvea wax.
afji/
L. A N
western Union... fH%
HoNEY-Comb, per lb., 10312% ci extracted,
New Albany 7 Wheeling AL. B. 0
5;«6c.
.w,
pfd
Ivianhat Con
112
do
Beeswax?Per lb., [email protected]
Memphis A Char.
5 Minn. A St. Louie 3%
Poultry and Ksrqrs.
04
D. AX. U
8
Mich. "Contral
Poultry ?Per doz., hens, $5.00®5.75:
old
Missouri Pao
23% Ban. Electric
35%
rocsters,
young roost-is, $4.5010
$4.50(0)5.00;
Mobile A0hi0... 18 Ltnieed
i
5.50; broilers, [email protected]: tarkeys, per lb., 11
geese, per
<S)l3c, ducks, per doz.,
~Bld.
Boston, July 30.?Following
are closing head, $1.
Eoos?California ranch, 12(jt13 per doz.
quotations;
Atchison
3%iMex. Cent
6%
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Bell Tele»uone...lUß
San Diego
4
..
hair which
Provision..
ITa>s?Rex, local smoked, psr lb.. 15c; Comeel-. Jl%c; Boneless, 12c; Picnic, B>»c.
Ba/ON-Rex, l-nneleßß breakfast, 10c; xießancelOc: other grsdes, 9®9%c.
11rt i o Beef?Sets, per lb., 14Xc; lnstde,
Mdtton?«%
Poak?B(g>B%e.
DEMOCRATS,
To Restore
Dairy Produots.
BDTTKR-/ancy California creamery, per roll
(l%lb«.). ai|»42%c: fancy dairy per roll (1%
lbs.), 3.'[email protected]%c; cnoice [email protected]%c.
CHEKsir-Cailfornla, naif cieam, per lb., 10®
lie; do all cream, 14c; Young Am-irica, 15c:
»mail f:i !\u25a0. hand), 16c; weitern, full cream 15
@16c; lOme-tlc Swiss, old, iß@Joe: new, 15(a)
iMc; iimorted Bwlst, ggAiSOn. i.imburger, domestic 14(#15c; Imported, 18($20c.
*
store.
Lttioitruer, 3 delegates?Judge,
Capt. J. c.
Voting
olerk, Gdoige Welushnnk.
Hannah:
school house.
plnro,
Lankor'hlm.
2 delegates?Judge,
G. 73. Key;
clerk, it Varuoy Voting place, school house.
LOUg B-a. 11, 3 delegates?Jtldirp,
Louis A.
Bailee; cierk, Jouu F. nwesnoy.
Vollng plaoe.
City Hal.
Li.rdnlmrg. d d«>ratc«?Judge, G. F. Ferris:
Voting place, Pioneer's
clerk, J. I). Polouiares.
stole routn.
Dr, H. D. PerMonrovia, 3 delegates?Judge,
clvnl: c'.ers, I-. Dame*. Voting P ace, ofllce of
L, BarnesA, J. Gil.
Monle Vlstn, 3 delegates?Judge,
more ; 0 erk, P. I. Durf). Voting place, actio jl
r
house.
Dealer lv Ni w and
«gC__ + 3
National, First preciuct, 2 delegates; Recond
fjr
/
Bee >ud-hflud
third preclnrl, 2 dele
preclnc, 1 delegate;
FUKNITUI{E g-tti's: Fourth precinct. 2 de tigutes?Judire, ColGray; clerk,
W, Chamberlain. Votiug
onel
Carpets', Slatting, Tollplace, ot t):e»n house.
Beds, Ofllue Deika
f
a
tut
Newhaii, 1 dnlega es -Judge, Matt McCor.
and
Hrovea Prices low
Voting place,
clerk, O. W. Lechlor.
J
iiiU|\
fnr cash or will sell ou mlckl
Southern
hotel.
iILLLLij
Ur?i- ~U c
iustalimeiits. New Km?
3 delegates;?tudg-a,
Pasadena,
North
J. 8. SicxcnsngeJ
for mons ; clerk. C. K. Tom
1
Voting place, Painte's storo room.
Norwalk, S delegates?Judßf,
4t31 8. ePHINQ BTREET
W. 11. Seltle,
olerk, P. A. Mrowti. Voting pare, schoolbiust..
Palwdtle, 3 delegates?Judge,
Gcorgu iiorlHug: clerk, Butt Oolc. Votiug place, school
house.
Voting place, Cltv
HARD WOODS,
K'dondo, 9 delegates.
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.I.
-Trt
,
L rflTttll
WAGON MATERIAL,
IRON, STEZEL,
HORSE SHOES AND NAILS,
Blacksmiths' Coal, Tools, Eto.
JOHN WIQMOFIE,
117, 119 and 121 Bouth Lot Augeles Str.iot.
J. M. Griffith,
John T, arifflth, V. Ptcj.
V. T. Oiintth, Becretary him Treasurer.
t. L. Oluudier, Btipecntsndoiit.
J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY,
LUMBER DEALERS
Aud ,\Tanular'nr"-*nr
DOOH9, WlNOOtVii, BLIMDJ AND rflAlliMitl work of every de crtn.ion.
1-6 »f
934 N. Alameda st., Loi Augeles.
hail.
.
.
H, McElI'ieo Height*, 3 delegates?Judge,
ny; clerk, William McCann. Votiug place,
alectiin stole.
Rivers, 9 delegate?Judg \u25a0. IT. I. Montgomery ; clerk, Frank Cotfiu. Voting place, Town
hall.
Kosednle, 5 delegates- Judge, C. F. Harris;
cleik, WI lard H»il. Voting piece,
Rowland, 4 delegates?J -id c, George McCalee; cleik, T. Haye-. Voting place, Hayes it
ot.'.« stor.v
ran Fernando, 0 ilulr-gnte.s-Judgo, B. T. Oretin; cierk, 0, W, Judy. Voting place, Justice's
olliee.
George E,
Pan G-brle', 7 delegates?Judvf,
Voting place,
Smith; clerk, W. W. Gainer,
Bsylet". hall.
Manuel MarBan Vlcent.-, 4 delegates?Judg?,
ques, clem. M. FoW.ii. Voting place, 8. P. ieit
t-.ur .ut i ttlldl .v
:ti rr \u25a0 vi.eir ,;: del gales?Judge,
w. U. Citali;
clfik, c N. Miner. Voting piucu, Vista butld
in a
SL'Ulh Pasadena 3 delc~iies-J'<!'jd, Occ.-gs
31,
1894.
.
W. Barnard; olerk, W. B. Vail. Voting place,
city hell.
L. M Freyer;
Sandra, 3 delegates?Jodgr,
clerk, W. H- Hewitt. Voting place,
University, 8 ileiegates-Juage, Wm. Oryden;
Voting place, Wilson's
clerk, W. 11. Webber
store.
Vernon, 8 delegates?Judg
J. A. Brewer;
Voting p'ece, Vernon
cl. rk. J. *. Psmberion.
houi-e.
school
Joha M. King;
Whittier, 7 ilelegales?Judge,
clerk, Milton J. Brooas, Voting pi-ce, Llvl gslon's s ore.
Wilmington, sde egstes?Judge. Michael Msbar; clerk, M. F. Gibbous. Voting place, Dowßing's block.
Pasadena, Flist preolnct, 2 delegates?Voting
plac., Wotkyns Bros.' office.
Pasadena, Second prtciuo, 3 delegates?Voting plsce, VVotkyn» Bros.' ofllce.
1 hlrd precinct 4 uelegates-VotPasodeua,
ing p ace, Wotkyns Bros.' office.
asadena. Fourth product, 3 delegates?Vot-
9
i
Soutlm ?mk Cnpy
IMPORTANT CH INGE OF TIME.
JULi. 10, 189*.
Traina 1h»»o aad Ira due lo arrive at
LOs .NG«L«B,A6,I AD« DEPOT),
Fifth atreet, daily ac follows:
L-nvefor
Obstisatio-.
Arrive
200 p.m Aan Fran .v Sacram to 7:30 a.m
7:4.5 p.m dan Fran & bacram'to
1:48 p.m
2MM) I'.tn igden <ii Has ,2d elaei
7:30 am
7:45 !>.m Ojden i aaai, l»i ctaae
1.48 p.m
Portland. Ore
7:45pm
7:3n«.a
Salt ..
7:00 p.m
8:30a.m
.
..BlPaaoaud
.Bemlng
6:3 i»
and East...
7:00 p.m
8:30a.m
Ban una
7:00 p.m
Red ands
«9 21 a.m
Ilea)laosts
6:30 a m
»ln:loa.m
Sediands.
4:55 pm
10C0 a.m
4:3 p.in
Kediands
7.00 p.m
Oo tn
s»:21 am
8:30 s.m
Cuilou
sIOUOa. m
111:30 it
Oof ton
4:58 p.m
.
a.m..
.
.
...
WONG HIM. who has praot eed mcdi
Wotkyns gros.' office.
cine la Los An<- les for 19 year-, aud
Paßsdeua, gif h precinct, 4 delegates?Votwn. ae oftlcß ti at
Upp r Main n eat, will
ing p ace, Wotkyns Bros.' effl. c.
treat by m dtcic» all di-e«s, s ?f ? vm n men
4 delegates?Voti, ,fi ieii sixth preciuct,
and eh dren
The docer clalroa that he haa
4:30p.m
B"(»s.'
ing place, Wotkyns
office.
ColtOi.
7: op.m
remedies tht ie aupe tor to ali Mh«r*asn
mveratde
s»:81 a.at
Pomona, First preomct, 4 delegate"?Voting
ap c.fie for t oubles of vvomei; and men.
A
a.m
Biverslde
house,
8:30
.10:10 am
place. Central scboo.
E.len and Holt tr al alone will convince iha sick that Dr.
aye.
lo .i ia.m
illvent de
4 68 ...m
Wong Hist's remedloa are nn r efile c ous than
Biversnie
7 00 p m
4 30 p. m
Pomona, Second procincl, 7 delegates?Votg Mlm is a Chinese
cau
i*presoribed
li.
o.
59;21 a m
-au Boiitsrd uo?
ing place, Bay nhams' house, oeconu and Eilen physician of prominence
and * neat eman of
B:3oam
Sun
Hertiaidino
AlOtlOa.ra
nl, reputation 1 more ihan
responsibility,
JO:Boa.m
Hiu Bern*, im
4:58 p.ln
Pomona, Taird pr ciuct. 5 delegates?Voting
welt eslabnihrd, and a
person peeling h.s
4:30 p. in
San Herns, dino
7:00 p.m
place, city hall.
? ervlc.a cun iclym: ha as i; aid .billti. A
a
8 50 a.m
Chino
Pomona, Fourth precinct, 6 delegates?Votcur la guaranteed In eve y rise lo which a re8:30 a.m
Chiuo
9: lam
ing place. Loud dt .Irllng's racking house
He,b siedlisiaoa for sale.
ry
possible.
cov
ia
4:3'p.m
Oh no
*10:10 «,a
lanlaMoni a. First precinct, ft deiagatas?
*6:15pm....
Chino
4:58 p.ra
Voting place, Bckeit A Hopi'spivilion.
B:lop.tn
..Moilr ivia.
7:*>sa.in
Banta Mon.ct, Sacou l piecicnt, & delegates..:0:_0 0,111
HbRB DOCTOR
..Monrovia
Voting pla c, town hai.,
:\u25a0: .'p. m
.Monrovia
a'
Sanledro, H.st precinct, 5 delegates?VotUpperstret't,
639
Main
Los Ancri'les.
t"> If- n.m
Mourotii
4:45 p. a
ing place, city ball.
i:iH|.m
7:3oam
8 .at-Ji trbaia
Ban Pearo, Becond pri ciuct, 4 delegates?VotLos AKSBLBt, Cai., June 17, 1889.
2:011 p.m...Bants Barbara....
8:46 pa
ing place, Jud -c Moore's court room.
TO
THK rCBLCGt I have beci sullerliig with
A9:52a.n,
At; , & Auaiieiaa
villi
9:06 a.io
delegatesAngeio
precinct,
i. s
6
city. First
piles aud kid .ey troubiv for over live years,
6: 0 p.m|-antA Ana it Anaheim A4:o4p.ui
Voting place, 110 N Truman.
and nave tried several remedl
but
all
fai
p.in'
4
52
Tnstin.
6:43
a.m
Augelej
5
delecity,
precinct,
Los
Bro-ind
to relieve me. A short time since I tried Dr.
*9:40 ami
Whmier
e:tti m
gates?Voting place, HON. Truman street.
Wong Him, 039 Upper Ma n street, aud 1 hbi
p.m!
a 1:45 p.a
l.os Angeles city, lh.nl precinct, 7 delegates
4:62
Whittier
now well and -trong, and conalder him a first- t sB:3da.m
Sau Pedro
a7:16 p. -a
?Voting place, 100 8. Truman .tree!.
c.ass dor..or. Yours Italy,
I .1,1 uk Etao i e~: 15 p.m
Los Angeles city. Fourth precinct. 7 doleW. H. HI LYER,
on|i B'.di A Salt Ped.o
9:25
a.m
6:15 a.m
gates?Voung p ace, NW corner Kuhrtz and
235 S. H ii sl. J, ,s Ai.ge es, l
12:60 p.m Sau red 0 A Long B'en il;54 ate
Bit-lie. streets.
i iiiif.in i.'iiu li'iiii au Pedro
4:15 p.to
l.os a uveitis city. Fifth precinct, 10 delegates
Los ANom.es, Jane 9, 1893.
IdcaOs.ii [ Salt* Woule
?Voting place, Prospect park grocery store,
To THxPunuc: Fnr over lis years i have
9:305.:n
SantaMoniea
B:o'Ja.ra
081 Mitchell Piace.
b eu troub ed with nervous a ck headache aud
8:5, i.m
Bant* Moines
lut3oi.nl?
l.os Augeiesolty, Sixth precinct, 7 delegates
liver complaint. I didn't «e-m >o find any help
12:12p.a
1:10 p.m
Samo Motnea
?Vollns p.ace, power hoi se.
s2:u()i..ui
from the many doctors anl medlcin»s that I
.Sinia Sioniei
4:25 p.m
Loi Angeles clly, Seventh precinct, 6 deletiled until I tried Dr. Wong Him. 630 Upptr
5:15 p.m
is.2tip.rn
Sa ia Moui ia
gale,? Votiug plaoe, engine bouse.
Main
street.
lam
now
well.
mitt,
s6:4sp,ra
i4::tsp.m
Youra
..SantaMoniea
Los Ange s cltv, Eighth precinct, 7delegnt.es
M 16 i M. G. BROCK.
illi :i m
Mouica
ii.iii ..Sihiu
?Vo Ing plaoe, 1456 Ban Fernando street, drug
46 Hlntonave., Loa Auge.es, cal.
suiti Moines
n10:35 p.m
?tors.
10:30a.rn
soldier* 1 Heme
8:55 tv
Lot Angeles ci'y, Ninth precinct, 8 delegates
*
..ro do tt' Home
4:25 p.m
lXJfi *x^.js>iiti>or>
0:26 |> m
?Voting place, Colby block.
9:;tOn.TD
ion l.viAngeles )
12:12 p.m
Easily, Quickly and Permanently Restored.
l.os Angeles city, Tenth precinct, 11 delegates
10:30 a.m I
and
4:25 D.m
>
?Voting idn ie, Pain'er's ha 1, Aliso street.
Cci.rßrtATKn ENOt.iau XirttxriY 4.
1 10p m tSarth ftmch Stat'n) att:l2p.m
Los Angeies city, Eleventh preclnot, 12 d-leAs:3op.m
A9:3t'a.'i; f .cualstvoi-ih park..!
gates?Voting place, 212 N. Los Angeies street.
j ; TrallM start fiom I
Loi Angeles city, Twelfth preciuct, 10 dele) It: v. r at ation Etaatj
3 litis sold oe a. poeilir*
gates?Vollng p ace, 112 N. Alameda atreet.
?,
guarantee to cure suy fes -iB
uf
For.UAllde at.i only J
Los Angeles city, 'Ihlitoanth precinct, 13
iilj
delegates?Votiug plact, BE corner of Alameda
1.-rm o£ uervotiß ]»miisSundavs ouly. ABuodays eac ?pted. aSaturtmtk»nor
disK-Tfter
1
*dsyf
»ny
only.
and Commercial streeie.
daya
ot tbe gen.ta l organs of
Los Angeios city, Fourteenth preclnot, c deleCATALINAISLAND.
gates? Votingplace, Club stabler,
212 B. Lei
a either
sex
cnuacd
Southern ?sclfic Comta iy a trains connect
Augeles street.
by exceesiv*
use of AftOfTransportatljn
B©forOatS n redro with
Los Augeles city, Fifteenth precinct, 11 deleor
or on accouot compauy'a .me steamers.
fobnnco. AJoohol
gates?Voting place, Walton ht.u>e, 009 Second
-A youthful indi»rr(!tion ur over indulKence eto.,
Depot.
Leave. |
Arrive.
DiifirnT'-n, CofTviilaions, Wiikvfuinew, ileadnL'bo,
street.
Los Angelea city, Sixteenth precinct. 0 de'eMental Deprassiun, ItWfteDitig oftho iJrflin, Wt -.It
Sunday
8:30 n. in!
7:15 pa
gales?Voting
mace, corner Tfalid aud Los tfAmory, JieAriog Down J';tit>c. Seiuinal Vt'eakncse,
5 :00 p.in!
li:*4 s, a
Hysteria. Nocturnal Emissions, Hitermatoirhnea,
.Sunday
Anse.es streets.
Monday
12 50p.m|
11:54a.m
Los Angeles oity, Seventeenth precinct, 7 ivosß of I'nwer and Impotency. wliicu if neglected,
12:50 i.m
11 54 a ia
I'ussulAy.
Dtny lead to premature old age an rt insanity.
delegates?Voting place, Arcade hot. 1.
p.m... Wedoeiday
12:50
li:u4a.io
V,
Angeles
Eighteenth
precinct,
Positively
8
F'rioti.
a
box;
$'
city,
guaranteed.
Los
.00
bores
11;5* a.m
Thursday
32 :5o p.rr.
delegates?Vollng place, ooraer Fifth and Ma.jrss 00. Kent by mail on receipt of price. A written
rridsy
12.50 pm
11:54 a. ra
ple avenue.
ruaranteo fttruisbed
Sft-Otl order received.
Saturday.
h:2sa.lii
11.54 a.m
precinct, 7 '.o refund ,v te money It *% permanent cure ia not
Lot Angelts city, Nineteenth
5:00 p.m I .Saturday
deltgatcs?Voting place, Atlas mills, Fifth and
ffected
A
<r.
S»n Pedro streets.
Allot the seaside and local Interior i rains
Los Angeles city, Twentieth procinct, 8 del- For tale by GEO. H. 1 REE MAN CO., 102 a.
Bprint; street.
slop at the
vv atation, cor. of First and Alaegates? Vollng place, Kearney's
hall, 1716
strejta.
meda
Eatt Sevonthstreet.
The trains arriving from Santa Monica at 6
Los Angela! city, Twenty-grit precinct 4
n.m. aud 6:27 o m stop oaly at The Palms aad
detegitea?Voting place, store corner WashingUniversity, between S-nta Monica and Arcada
ton and Central ay nue.
depol.
LosAng-let city, Twenty-second precinct, 7
Local aud through tickets sod, bavgage
Augeles
depots:
Los
East
cud
Flrstst
aad
delegates?Voting place, car barn, corner Main
cheesed, Pjllman sleeping etr reservation*
Downey aye. bridges.
and r»sshlnglonstreett.
made
and general information g.veu upon a :.Angeles
city,
Twenty-third
precinct,
Los
10
Angelts for Leave iasadena
for pltcatiou to J M. OKA i.EV, Assistant Pesdelegates?Voting place, engine house on Mam Leave Loi
Pasadena.
Lto Atigelus.
?ecgei Ageui,
141 S. Spring sat., cor. eecond.
street near Adams street.
CH A Ul. t H t. V LER, agent itfjtMM*.
i.os Angeles c ly, Twenty-fourth precinct, 7
? (1:35 a.m
? 7:15 a.m
RICHARD (iREi, General Mb Manager.
delegates?Votiug place, hall on northwest
t» 7:10 a.m
t» 8:05 a.,u
T. 11. GOJDMAN, Oeu'l PaM-Tftont.
corner of Thirtieth and Main streets
a.m
9:l»3 a.m
Lot Angeles city, Twenty-fifth preolnct, 8 ? 98:00
00a
?10:35 a.m
C.tI.IKOKkU BtILtTAT
delegates?Vot ng plac.-, aouthweit corner ?10:30 a. m
?12:30 p.m
10. (Banta Fe Route.)
n
Twenty-third street and Grand avenue.
?
p.m
1 45 p.m
IN EFFECT JULY 17. 1894.
Los Angeles city, Twenty-sixth precinct, 0 ?12:25
? 1:40
?
p.m
3:05 p.m
Traina leave and are due hi arrive at Lot Aadelegates?Voting piece, englue houae Seven? 8:00 p.m
? 4:05 o m II geles (La Grande atation), First et and Banta
teeni h and Hope streets.
?
? 5:25 p.m
4:00 p m
t c aye.
Los Angeles city, Tweuty-sevenlh precinct, 6 ? 5:2tl
?
7:05 p.m
delegates?Voting place, Francisco's store. 1500 ? ti 20 p.m
Leave
Los Afcofti.iai
Arrive
p.m
* 8:05 p.m
West Pico streei.
p.re
tilled
am ?
112:15
Angeles
city,
Twenty-eighth
precinct,
Los
10 j 9:30 p.m
3:00 p.m L't'ed Overland Express * 9:20 a m
]
p.in
10:15
*ll:t)t>a.m Sau Diego Coast liae..
de-egatea?Voting place, livery stable corner
* 1:16 p.m
? 8 :35a.m t
Pico and I earl streets.
Downey avenne leaving time 7 mioutts later.
i ? 0:20 a. n
Los Angeles city, Twenty-ninth precinct, 9
?:t:uo p.m...Sin Bernardtuo...} ?O.Sia.m
for [Leave Altadena June? 4.01) p.iii
delegates?Voting place, Ninth street engine Lea re Los Angeles
via Pasadena....)
* 6:aos.m
Altadena Junction, j tiou for Loa Angelea.
?
home.
8:35a.m i.... hivers.de via.... I \u2666 H:3oa.a
*4:00p.m ) ...San Hemaroino...( ? 0:30 p. m
Los Annies city, Thirtieth precinct, 8 de e- ?
?Jo;loa.m
9:00 a. iv
J
gates- Votingplace, corner Eighth and Olive
?ll:O0a.m i... .Bivers deand....) * 1:15 p.m
n.m
112:00 m.
streets.
<( .Ban Bernardino...> )
?110:30
? 2:40p.m
p.m
1:40
Los Angeles city, T'hlriy-firßt precinct, 7 delvia Orange
?
4:00 p.m
6:00 p.m ? 8:35 a.m ißedtauds,
Mentone,
egates?Votiug place, (second-street park paJ
* 9:50 a.m
? 4.00pm
vilion,
.ami
Illch Iand.. ..> *«.3op.m
depot.
A 1 trains start irom First at.
J..
)
Angeles
Thirty-second
city,
precinct,
Los
8
4 via Pasadena
deie<atei-Vdtiug
place, 003 South Olive Leave L-.s Angeles f.r I.eavu Glendale for Los ?li :()oa.i.
Rcdiands it Meutonei *1:15p.a
Augeles.
Btreet.
U endale.
via
5
I
(orange
Loa Angeles clly. Thirty-third precinct. 8
&. Biverslde)
del: gates-Voting p.ace. South tide of Fifth t 6:40 a.m
A/uta
1
7:35 a.m
t 7:28 c.m »? 8 35a.m I
j 6:20 s.m
1;30p.m
street, betw- en Mem and epritig streets.
! 8::>0am
tt 9:i2» m ? 4:00
I aud
{.... Inteimediate....
Los Angeles city, Thirty-fourtb precinct, 7 112:35 p.m
9:80a.m
p.m....
1:30
n.m
delegates?Voting place, nor n side ol Fifth ? 5:26 p.m
6:13 p.m ? 0:10 p.m |
BUUOI.S I ?? 4;i6».m
Btreet, betwe n Main and Spring street-.
J o :30 pm
Loa Angeles for Leave East Ban Pedro ? 8:35 a.m i
Los Angeles oity, Thirty-fifth preclnot, 6 Leave
Pasadena
1 7:35a.m
i ong beach and East
for
?
B soa.ni
delegates -Votiugplaoe, 307 South Utoitdwsy.
1:30 p.m
Pasadena
1
Ang
San
Los
Pedro.
dea.
? 3 00p.m
Pasadena
*»:«oa.m
Lob Angeles city, rnirty-sixih preolnct, 7
?
delegates?Voting place, basement of California
p.m
Pas
dene
s.m
4:00
* 9:30
I? 8.00 a. m
t 7:15 i.m ? 0:10 p.at
bank building.
Pasadena
o.m
*? 4:10
ii.m
j 7:50 a. in
6:60p.m
Paaadena
L»« angelea city, Thirty -seventh preolnct, 8 ? 9:56
) :' 6 p.m
*11:20a.m ? S:lsa.ui
giuutlii
delegates?Voting piace, Evening Telegraph
8:30* m
?
*
p.m
p.
t 5:15 ra
9: 0
* 1:15 p.m.
office, Wilson blook.
i.m
Mailt* Ana
p.m
t 7:00 p.m 'lliOn
"4:10p.m
Los Angelea city. Thirty-eighth precinct, 9
1 0:1)0 p.m
s iita Aa
* 6:45
de.egates?Voting placc,2l3 N«w H gh street. Between East 8a n Pecro and Long Beach 10 1 9:iMia.m
eamaMo
.i.-a
hi'Jtliin
* B'.SOf.m
J 10:00n.m
San<A
Los Angelea city, Tnirty-aiuth precinct, 7
Monica
minutes.
? 1:35 p.m
? i. no p.m
suits K.iaica
delegates?Voting piece, 1034 leraple strest.
BUBltf CANTON A"ND ECHO MOUNTAIN. 5:15r.m
Los Augeles city, Fortieth preciuct, 7 deleSau » MoulO*
? 6:69 a.m
Trains leave Los Angles at o a. m., 1:40 and 1 »:otia.m
gates?Voting place, v.t nut store, opposite
Eedando
?
Temple street power house.
3:50p-m
4 p. m. dally, and 9 a. ra., 10:30 a. vi., 1 llti p. ?10:00 am
X dondo
? i:35 p.m
Ins Aegelescity Forty-first pre inct, 8 delem. and 4 p. iv. Sundays.
9MO n.m
.Kadondd
*
?
place,
pavilion
p.m
temple
12uo
Fine
and hotel.
5:15
Kedondo
gataa?Voting
street.
CATALINAISLAND.
8:35 a.m son Jaeiu o v Paaadena
Los Angeles city, Forty-second precinct, 0
1
Los Angelea Terminal trains connect at San |11:00s.m Ban Jaciuto via Orange t 1:15 p.m
delegates?Voting
p ace. Northwestern ImPedro with lhe llncsteamer Fa'cou.
provement association hall.
f B;'tstt.m reiuecdla via Pasadens
,11:00 D 3..Tettw nla via Cranae.. i 1:15 p.m
Loi Augeles city, Forty-third precinct, 9 delAir.ye.
Leave.
Fir.t st. depot.
egates?Voting place, room 45 Downey block.
|
j
llltOOa » n:ei.ondlao v coast Line f l:lsp.in
Loa Angeles city, Forty-fourth precinct, 9
Satcrday
9:53
us
v > Vandana Use arrive at fl .waey
a.m!
801
plsce,
?Voting
Buena Vista
de.emtes
tyeitUoAtai
Saturday
5:15 p.m
7 ruinous ear.ler an'l le«vo 7
street.
8:00 c.m
8 :00 p tn miiiulrii i»:er.
Snnlay
Angeles
city,
Forty
precinct,7
fifth
deleLoa
p.iu
Monday
p.m
|D«|.y
fxeept Sunday. faußd'TS only
y.
1:05
12:23
?..!.i
gates? Voting piac i, cori.e College and Upper
Cay Pass. & r. .tgt
1:0» p.m
CnesJav
5 p.m
uf. MoGttK,
12:
Main street-.
1:(.5 p.ra
v-ednofcday
12:2* p.tn
Let AUjpsliM, and let virande
By order of Democratic County Central ComThuniay
p.ii
|im
1:05
12:.'5
mute.
Friday
1:05 p.ml
12:25 pm
Henby P. Wilson,
C. F. A. Last,
pal \u25a0 M iii.tSl BIIiAMSIIII'CO.
Secretarychairman.
?Dally, (Dally except Sundays.
)ruudcy
I 1 loudal',
only.
Dated t his 3utn day of July, 1894.
rVrklnttt Co., Gcnjrtl Ag n'.s Sau
p.
Blades m- ct the 8 a. m. and 12:21 m. Ira.it
i.'iMii Hno,
Piaidena for M Wilson on new trail.
es nmbrsen Ilnet for Portland,
Order of Adjudication of liisolvpiicy. at I'atßeu-rri
leaving 1 os AngeitS un illeBi
H. C, and Pug;t Souud, Alus**
t>in. train lorMt. Wilson can return asm-da...
i and all onitl point..
THESri'E'tlOR COURT OF THK COUNTY
Hp ci a 1 rales lo excursion an i Mitt] psrtier
Depots caslend of FllttßC. and Dnwntyav.*
ol J-ok Angeles, Slato ol Cttliloruia. In tho
iiICTHMtN IiOOTBi
ni-iticr of the estate of T. B. Wiliueth, an inbridge.
solvent debtor:
City ticket ofiice nf. A. 11. Greenwa d's cig.u
ll
'.E
TABLE aott JULY, IWt
havtpg
tiled in this court his atore,"corner Fir.t and dpfi ig sts.
T. 11. \Mlmeth
petition, schedule and inventory In insolvency,
General offices: Flrstst depot.
X.RAVC
SAN rUAKCISOO.
it
is
inso
vent
appears
irom which
that ho
an
T. B. hI'KN'CIT, Gimeroi Manager.
debtor, the said T. It. Wilineth is hereby de] *
W. WINCI'P, Con. Paiseuxer Ag't.
*~
Piir?
clared to be insolvent. The sheriff ol the
\u25a0i Hirford
H. Meileo. July 8, 17, 20;
county ofLOs Angeleslis hereby appointed reAugust 4,
Hilbil'U?
l
charge ond posseseeirer and directed te taksand
it. lotido
personal, of the
sion of all the estate, real
Lo. Augehß. S. 6, 6»cti Beta, July 5,13,
said T. B. W ilineth, insolvent debtor, except FOX TIME TABLE HER LOS A.NGELj£fc> T 'IKM- Mi'.r..,.
23 31; Au<ua; 9.
such as may be by law exempt from execution,
I
-INAI.
RAII.WAV
5-3*
t-an
00.
tl
vouchers,
books of acand of all his de.ds,
6 C^n^aTjuly" 6, 157 24;
count, and papers, and to keep and care for
j August 2and dispose of the same until the appointment
E».
-in...U.S.
Eureka, Ja'v 9, 11, 20,
and
ot an assignee oi his estate. All persons are
Sat
forbidden lo pay any d.-his io the said Insolv»....
1
29. August 7,
KKKNCH
Lltfl
TO
HAVRF.
belonging
ent, or to deliver liny property
to
r*lltll iftKW) NO. 12 NORTH
I.E. X POBf LOB AMKKLKS Ui SEOOMIiI.
such Insolvent, to him or to any person, linn f~ iOMTANY'3
Kiv<ir, to tot Misftoii ai
\r VorJr.
corporal on or association lor his use; and the
|S. S. Santa Bosa, Juiy 7, 15,
Fur?
hvuk]
Traveler*
thl»
lino
by
Ly
both
irtvvel
skid dobtor is hereby forbidden to transfer or Eii»;lHh
24: Augu-: -t.
iinri th dimotaiOtt ol iro»i>deliver uny property until lhe further o derof ii)£T thu <\u25a0!)rniiwuy
D.ego.
E v
is. S. Mexico, lv y 1, 10,19,
titnil ln H StDf,l> i i rt L
86; A»s7B»t <>\u25a0
tilts court,
as herein ordered.
('hamphgne,
-i
Ancu<it
18.
i
11 la further urdert.il mat all the creditors of
Augu i -'5.
J "ly 9, 17,
,8. S. Saata
and appear before i lie Hon. J.
said debtor bo Judge
'l'oursinc,
La
1.
tfetLemter
kali F a'lelsco
I 20: Auguai. i
w. McKinley,
of the superior court of
La Hif ii,:nt-, Se. tvij.b'-r v
Mexico, Jo.y 8, 12, 2),
Pert
Hi-Mid
S.
8.
the county of I.os Angeles, in open court, at
La Rourgoitiie, September 15.
aai.la Barbart.
1 30; August 8.
the court room oi said court, In Ihu county of
Lv Cii'ia.p&glit*, ttptf uibrir
I. Os Augeles, on the 281 i uav of August, Is fl,
Ntvr
York
'o Al' xuuuri i, Kuvpt, vU P. ris,
lsavk ban rKisno and kast ban pkiiho.
day,
to
their
in.,
prove
at 10 o'clock a.
of that
Ccsi-f'lft'ji KiO, second-yla»s $110.
debts and choose one or mote assignee! of the
For?
s. S. Eureka, July 5, 14, 23;
y .0
For fiuigbt or
estate ol said debtor.
San Franciaco
August I.
a. *OR'Jirr. Agent.
be
pubIt Is further Ordt'Sd that tho order
tt How; lii (.1 cc», N« w Yitrlt.
and
i. B. Con mi. July 9, 18, 27;
No.
lished in Hie Utii.Y HkaALp, a newspaper of
way
Augusts.
ports
I
s
eem.,
A CO
5 Mou goninry
general circulation, published iv I ho county ayeJ. F. FUQAKI
S&n t'rrtUoUtiO. BraU 'h otHt.''*, 1 UoQV
Cara to connect with steamers vl* San Pedro
o. l.os Angeles, as often as the an .1 paper is K'-merys'.
Tiikeis for saic by ali rftilrunl and
leave 6. P. R. 8. tArcade) depot at 5 m., aud
published belo c the said day set for the meetfcto.nm«hi(i oflloo
?
Term uai X U depot t 5 .15 pm.
ing of creditors.
Cars locitinec". via Bedondo leave Sinta Fe
meanAnd His further ordered that,iheInsaid,0 insolvdep.'tat 10 a.m, or from Kedondo Radway
against
PKWeeolßgS
time, all
depot at '.' a.m.
ent be stayed.
EriDAY,
18,
I.N
KFFKCT
VCICDN
JULY
1834
Cara to conuuet via Port Los Angelea l*ave
J. IV. MCKINLEY.
1-0* AtyelfK lierot, corner Grand aveunti
6, P. R. R depot at 1:10 p.m. for stciuie.a
Judg) of the Superior Court
nnd Jcftrjrsou uroot.
un]th bound.
Dated July 25, 18u4.
Ta\s« Cixaml avt>. rabie oatb or Mt.in street and
-,JU _?i^
Pantot stcavera tablns at sgsnt's office,
Endorsed: Filed July 25, 1804.
where tieiths mny bosecurrd.
Aerlcullu al far** ho se catv.
Trains
leavo
Trains
lesve
The c.-mi any r?serves the rlgnt to ohange
the
Notice of Hearing; of Petition for
Lo, An».rle«
Redondo
Hie st-amera of their days of salliug.
Vncatioii of Certain Streets iv tiie
for Krilondo.
fir Los AuKelufc
BSSF" Foi passage or frotgh 1 at aliovo or for
»aii.Y.
tickets to and from all important potntt in
DULY.
MacUy tta-nclio, Ex-Miasiou ol Sau
\u26666:10 a. in.
7:45 *. m.
r.urope. apply to
Fei'iiautlu.
0:15 «t. vi.
11 ;dOa. m.
W. P\RR[!", Ag-nt.
] t»5 p. Mi.
3:4.% r. n\
OlBca Nn. 124 W. Second st, I.os Augeles.
XTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN TilAT THE
vi,
5 10 p. iv.
p.
'S'.OO
s
for the
1> petilion of 11. L. Macneil et al avenue,
*B4turday and >>!inv3ays only.
Pierce
vacation of those portions oi
Kuuuin*: ttina betwe n Los An<elei and ReHEINZEMAN,
C.
avenue, Lincoln
?
Beach, 60 minute*.
Buchanan avenue, Tejunga
dondo
uo, uartieid
avenue.
Grant avenue, iiayesavo
Oity ticket otTic« nt A. IL Greenwatd'i Clgtr
Twenty-second
avenue,
Ttventy-HHt street.
fitort. coiner First uud sitiuk Bireeis.
I). McFARHNI), rTHvldeut.
struct. Twenty-third street. Twenty-fourth
street, Twenty-Itfth street snd Twenty-sixth
J. N. MJTTON, bu^rlntemiflnt.
by
street, bounded
the north line of sections
523 N. Main St, Loa Aogelea,
8. [
township 2 north, range 15 we>t,
27 and
11. M,, has bten uled With the board of superFreacrtptlons
carelulH.' compounded **» m.
visors of I.os Angeles county, and the hearing
Bleat
BBBtIW
of he same has been lixoil by said board lor
p.
in.
Juiy 46th, 1894 at 3 o'olock
Special parlies to Europe
May 21 and
Hy order of the boa d of supervisors of Los 20m, Juuo 13ih, 27th, leavingindependent
30th.
Angeles county, passed July 10th. 189-1.
ticteis al lowest rctoa. fend for pn.gr intma-,
T. 11. WARD
etc., Hi
950 TO 0110 B tlE \u25a0 A VIS 1 A ST.
County clerk and ex-oltlolo clerk oi lhe board
THO;?. COOK & SON,
of Lunervlsors.
By C. \\. BELL,
U2l Market at.. Palace Hntul,
LOS ANGELES,
OAI
Deputy.
7-12 ISt
4-0 3m
Adjoining d P. Uiuuudl, Tel. 121.
Ban Eiauuiauo, o*l.
ing piece,
,
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DE.
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Mount Lowe R'y
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Kedondo
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Railway
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Druggist & Chemist,
COOK'S TOURS
Baker Iron Works
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