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THE COMMERCIAL
WORLD
SUMMAKY OF THE 3IARKETS.
BUyer easy.
Wheat and Barley off again.
Other cereals unchanged.
Scans dull. Hay weak.
Flour steady.
Potatoes and Onions weak.
Butter, Cheese and Eggs unchanged,
Poultry no lower, but easier.
Provisions steady.
Livestock declining at Chicago.
Prunes, Cherries and Apricots promise a light
crop.
Fine prospects for Peaches, Plums and Pears.
Green Peas lower.
Bank Clearings lose ?2,350,000 in April.
Ueef weaker.
"WEATHER BUREAU REPORT.
Tnited States Department of Aqricut>
TOBE. WKATHEK Bubi-au, SaY 'Fkancisco,
April 30, 1895, 5 i». m.— Weather conditions and
general forecast :
There has been a gradual fall in pressure
throughout the entire territory west of Utah dur
ing the past twelve hours, the greatest changes
Having occurred in Nevada and Idaho. There is
iow central in Southern Nevada a moderate de
iresslon, which seems to be still developing, and
>vill probably cause showers throughout portions
■if California to-night and Wednesday, ecially
m western slopes of the mountains. The condl-
I ions, however, do not indicate general rain. Light
showers have already occurred in the western por
ions of Oregon and Washington. .
Following are seasonal rainfalls to date as com
•iared with those of the same date last year: :
Eureka 40.35. last year 62.22; Red Bluff 27.21,
'.ist year 19.70; Sacramento 23.70. last year
4.19; San Francisco 25.10, last year 16.60;
'resno 13.59. last year 6.27; Los Angeles 15.69.
list year 6.53: Han Diego 11.41. last year 4.06;
. uma 2.97, last year 2.16.
San Francisco'data— Maximum temperature 57
leg., minimum 48 deg., mean 52 deg.
Forecast made at San Francisco for thirty hours
■ndlng midnight May 1, 1895:
For Northern California— scattered
: ght showers to-night or Wednesday, especially on
.estern slopes of mountains: nearly stationary ,
■mperature. except slightly cooler in the extreme
-outheast portion; fresh westerly and southerly
.inds.
For Southern California—Fair, except occasional
■ ■mttered showers to-ni£ht or Wednesday on moun
iin slopes and elevated sections of north portion;
resh westerly winds.
For Nevada—Fair, except scattered showers to
•lightor Wednesday in northwest portion; nearly |
;:»tionary temperature.
For Utah: Showers: warmer.
For Arizona—Generally fair; warmer In east
■Ttion.
San Francisco and vicinity— Occasional light
lowers to-night or Wednesday; nearly stationary
. .■mperature; fresh westerly winds.
W. H. Hamuon, Forecast Ofliical.
NEW I'ORK MARKETS.
NF.W YORK. N. V., April 30.— result of to
iy's speculation on the Stock Exchange is a very
•■neral depreciation in values. At the opening
j •ade was fairly active, but prices as a rule were
i <wer and In the early dealings a further decline
>ok place.in which the grangers suffered most, the
.•tive list receding i/i@% P« cent, while cordage
laranteed broke 2 per cent. Leather shares
■ ere prominent and rose 1 per cent for the com
iion and 1% per cent for the preferred. The lat
: -r, however, quickly reacted 1 per cent. At the
■ id of the first quarter of an hour a buying move
ient twas developed in the industrials; in which
■ eneral Electric was most prominent, all the pur
• ,'iasing in this stock being due to the publication '
uf the tigures and annual report, which made a bet- i
ier showing than had been anticipated.
General Electric moved up 13. Consolidated j
i!as 1. Leather preferred y g, Sugar J± and Chicago j
iJas 6^B per cent. The improvement in the railway
.Ist was in the small fractions. The advancing
endency was check*! shortly after 11 o'clock and
;he figures continu- to move downward up to
1:30 o'clock, at which time the industrial group
iiad recorded a decline ranging up to 13/s in To-
'iacco, IV4 in Sugar, iy 8 in Leather. % in Leather
preferred, 1 in Lead, 34 in Cotton Oil and Consoli
dated Gas and fy's in Chicago Gas. in the railway
'ist losses were contined to small fractions, except
in Delaware and Hudson, which broke 1 per cent :
Northern Pacific preferred sold up I*4 before
noon, but reacted 3,4: Sugar and Leather came
into good buying before 2 o'clock and each ad- ]
vanced 1 per cent. - - «.-
Leather preferred rallied 34 and the rest of the I
list Vb@^-s- After the delivery hour speculation
again became depressed and continued weak to the
close. Baltimore and Ohio sold off 13_ 8; cordage
preferred, lVi'. do common, iy 8; leather preferred
and Wheeling and Lake Erie, 1 per cent (the latter
recovering the entire loss), and the general list |
Vb®*A Per cent.
The bond market was active and strong until
near the close, when prices eased off in sympathy
with the heaviness of the share speculation. The
sales were $2,417,000. of which $225,000 were
Northern Pacific consol fives. Government bonds
firm. State bonds dull. Railroad bonds easier.
Petroleum easier, closed $1 95 bid.
Grain and; Merchandise.
Wheat— May, 67y
Flour—Steady.
Bops—Heavy.
Wool—Steady.
r Petroleum—nominal : United closed ?1 95 asked;
Refined, New York,? 9 15: Philadelphia and Balti
more, 99 10: do bulk, $6 60.
Pigiron— Scotch,? 19@20. I
Copper—Steady; brokers' price, ?9 75 Exchange
price, $9 80.
strong; brokers' price, $3; Exchange j
price, $3 07.
Tin—Strong: straits, $14 15@14 20; plates slow. |
Sales on 'Change—Ten tons August tin, $14 20;
10 tons September tin, $14 15.
Coffee—Options opened steady at s@lo points de
cline, ruled irregular and generally weak under
disappointing cables and local pressure following a
disposition to disregard reports of political disorder
in Brazil: closed barely steady at 15(^25 points
net decline.
Sales, 9250 bags, Including May, $14 20@1455:
June, $14 70; July, 814 50; August, $14 60: bep
.ember,fl4 45@14 60; October, $14 40@14 60; De
cember, $14 40@14 55.
Spot —Steady and quiet: No. 7,16 c; held !
higher.
Mild— but steady; Cordova, 18yi@19c. I
Sales, 100 bags Central American p. t.
Sugar— firm: fair refining, 234 c: centrif- 1
ngal 96 test. 3 l-16c; sales 13,000 bags centrifugal I
9^ test half May at 2 9-32 c, c. and f.; 10,000 bags !
do at last half May, at 2 5-16 c, c. and f. : 13,600 do,
at 2 9-32 c do molasses 89 at 127-32 c. and f. j
and 150 tons Muscovado 89. Refined more active; :
No. 6, 3 9-16@334c; No. 7, 3y><s3 11-16 c: No. 8, .
3y2@3 11-16 c: No. 9, 3 7-16@35^ 8c; No. 10, 33/@ !
3 9-16 c; No. 11, 3> 7-16 c: No. 12. 33-16(a«33 /8c;
No. 13,31-16 c; off A, 3 13-16@3 15-16 c; mold A,
4Vi@4 7-16 c: standard A,3%(34 l-16c: confection
ers' A, 3yB@-* l-16c: cut loaf, 4*}'B@4 13-16 c:
crushed. 4^feW»4 13-16 C; powdered, 4i/4#4 7-16 c; i
granulated, 4@4 3-16 c; cubes, 4'(ai 7-16"c.
CHICAGO MARKETS.
CHICAGO, li,i», April 30.— bearish features
in the wheat * news for two days past, added to an
other batch of discouraging items received this
morning, proved too much for the bulls in the mar- i
ket. Prices broke lc per bushel as soon as trading ■
commenced, and although many bought at the I
opening decline the entire surroundings of the I
market were too determinedly bearish to encour- j
age any heavy purchases. A general showery con- j
dition prevailed over the most droughty portion of !
the wheat belt in Kansas and Nebraska, with alow '
barometer and conditions favorable for more rain i
in the same localities. Including the exports irom ',
this side 9,539,000 bushels was the amount put
afloat for th« Importing countries last week, and
their requirements were only 6,700,000 bushels
per week; thus they were loaded up with 2,800,- i
faushels more than they consumed."
The Liverpool market was lirst quoted steady, i
but later weak and from Id to l^d lower. The '
weather in France was reported to be brilliant, and ;
a private cablegram from there said the wheat and !
flour market was rapidly declining. Berlin whs !
reported 3 murks or 2c per bushel lower for wheat.
The receipts at Minneapolis and Duluth numbered
540 cars, compared with 286 cars on Tuesday a
week ago, and against only 99 cars at both places
on the corresponding day of the year before. The I
total receipts at primary markets were 259 000
bushels, while a week ago 233,000 bushels was the
total received and a year ago only 175,000. Ex
port clearances from the Atlantic seaboard com
prised 119,000 bushels of wheat and 75,000 bar- !
rels of flour, or equal together to 456,000 bushels
'July-opened wkh sellers at'lrom (j;i 1@63%c, i
and before It reacted any it touched 6334 c. it .
rose from the latter point to 643/ gC, with a Rale or
two as high as 64V2C, and then it sagged gradually
to about the lowest figure made-near the top, and
steadied Itself around there fora time. About tin
time of the receipt of the Bradstreet statement the
market was in shape for another break. That
statement made the world's decrease of wheat and
flour for the week only 2,249,000bu5he15; decrease
of 3,377,000 bushels in this country being reduced
by an increase in Europe and afloat, of 1,128,000
bushels. On that the price of July dropped to 63c
The closing cables from the Continent indicated
extreme weakness. The decline to 63c was fol
lowed by a reaction to 63yj[C, bid near tiir- close of
the working of a 50,000-bushels' cargo for export
from here. There was a pressure to sell again,
which crushed the price to 63Vc as the closing
bell sounded, but before the crowd got out of the
pit 63y was once ruore paid.
Corn again was dominated by the favorable
weather and the slow demand by t he Eastern users
of corn. The principal business in the trading was'
in the way ot changing over from May to July.
July opened at 485/ 8 e sellers, dropped off gradually
to 4734 c, recovered to 47y 8 c and closea at 47% c.
The receipts were 408 cars.
Another active day was passed in the oats mar
ket. Trading was principally in the way of ex
changing. The tone of the market was weaker and
Values declined. The cause of the weakness in the
May delivery was the free disposing of same by
longs, who were encouraged to do so h.v the good
Inquiry from the elevator . people. May started at
28y Be, sold at 28V4c, declined to 2734 c, sold again
at 28c und closed at 27y B e. July ranged from
SBi/4@28s /sc 10 27y Be, resting at 28ysc.
■Tiic provision market was again dull und heavy
! under the influence of larger receipts of hogs than
has been generally looked for. The day's run was
23.000. and for to-morrow 27,000 are expected.
Pork for July declined from $12 30 to $12 17y
and closed at $12 27% agaiDst $12 47y yesterday.
Lard for July closed 10c lower for the day and ribs
12ygc lower.
Theleading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat No. 2— Highest. Lowest.
April .:.... 63y*c 6io/ 8 c
May.. 63y C 61 y»c
July 6-li%c 63c
September. 64- > »c 033/ 8 c
Corn No. 2—
April 471/2 C 46% c
May 47i..c 46% c
July 48s£c 473/ic
September. 49% c 48% c
Mess Pork per bbl—
May $12 15 $11 87%
July $12 37^» »18 17%
September $12 55 $12 ir>
Lard per 100 lbs—
May 16 77% $6 67V 2
July $t; J>2i 1 »6 82' .7
September $7 07 y» fTOO
Short Ribs per 100 lbs—
Maj- $615 $607%
July $6 35 $♦; -.'7' ■»
September..... $6 52% $6 45
Cash .notations were as follows: Flour strong;
Minneapolis advaooed 20c; No. 2 Soring-Wheat,
66@67c;J No. 3 Bprlng Wheat, 63% c; No. 2
Red, 61%(562c: No. 2 Corn. 47y 8 c: No. 2
Oats, 2Sc: No. •_' White. 32@33c; No. 3 White.
31Vi@32c : No. 2 Rye, 63c : No. 3 Barley, 51<S>51 y 2 c ;
No. 3. 48@51%c; No. 4. nominal: No." 1 Flax
Seed. $1 4:>i..t Prime Timothy Seed. $5 40; Mess
PorfcJS bbl., $11 87%(212 17%? Lard, ft 100 lbs..
$6 67V2@6 72 V 2: siiort'Kibs. Skies (loose), $6 07%
@S10; Dry Salted Shoulders (boxed). $53/ 8 ;
Short Clear Sides (boxed), $t> 60®6 621/2: Whisky,
distillers' finished goods, $ gal., $1 20: Susrar.
loaf, unchanged: granulated, unchanged; standard
A. unchanged.
On the Produce Exchange to-day the Butter mar
ket was steady. Creameries, 10@17y c; Dairies,
B@l7c. Eggs, steady, 15:@12yic.
Livestock.
There was a very good demand for cattle and
prices were stronger than yesterday. Common
to choice native beet steers weighing from 975 to
1500 pounds were salable at $4@6 with a good
share of the trading at $5@5 76l2Butchers' aod
canners' stock was in light supply and in fair ae
mand at unchanged prices. Cows sold at $1 60(§
4 75. principally at $2 30@3 78, and bulls sold gen
erally at $2 ■JOa.4 25. The receipts of Texas cat
tle numbered about 1000 head and sales were
1 fairly large.
With estimated bog receipts of 21.000 head and
8000 left over from yesterday, trade started up
slowly and prices were on an average of 5c per
100 lbs lower and in some cases 10c off. making a
fall of 15c in two days. Toward noon trade started
up and a large part of the hogs were disposed of,
the bulk fetching $4 70(ffi4 85. lleavv sold at
$4 60<ii4 90, light at $4 00fe4 80 and pigs at
i $4@4 50.
With sheep receipis to-day of 17,000 head or
more, and a large number left over from yesterday,
sales were slow for the great bulk of the offerings,
which were common in quality, but good flocks
were steady. Exporters were no: doing much and
the demand was chiefly from local slaughterers.
Sheep sold at $1 15@2 tor inferior and common up
tos4@4 SO for trood to prime, and lambs ioand buy
ers at $3 75(a55 60. Some sellers called prime Mex
ican lambs higher, the best betngfscarce and active
at $5 60. Very few sheep sold higher than $4 25.
Receipts: tattle, 3000; calves, 2500; hogs, 21,
--000; sheep, 17.u00.
LONDON TVOOL SAI.KS.
LONDON. Eno., April 30.— The third series of
the wool auction sales for this year opened to-day.
There was a large attendance, chiefly Yorkshire
and Continental buyers. The demand was mostly
from the" home trade. Prices were poorer. The.
number of bales offer-"! was 13.905. of which 2500
were withdrawn. Following are the sales in de
tail: . 1 '-
New South Wales— 372s bales; scoured. 7i/:.d®ls
Sy 2 d : greasy, 3#Bd,
Queensland— 37oo bales; scoured, 7%d©ls 3%d;
greasy.:3%(SSd.
Victoria— 769 bales; scoured, lld@ls 2d; greasy,
53i@10d.
South Australia— Bsl bales; scoured, 10% d;
greasy, 3%@7d. -:'.;.. .
Tasmania— 46s bales; greasy, s^4(£B3id.
, J?ow Zealand— bales: scoured, 9d@ls Id;
: greasy, 4%@9d.
Cape of Good Hope and Natal — 333 bales;
scoured, 7i>id@ls iy 2 d.
STOCKS IN LONDON.
NEW YORK. N. V., April 30.— Evening
Post's .London cablegram says: The stock mar
' kets were quiet to-day because of the holiday to-
I morrow, but on the whole the tone was generally
\ firmer. Americans were firm. closing under the
' best, except for Northern Pacific preferred, which
■ was bid for In the street". The American inquiry
! for gold continues. About £200,000 was shipped
by the syndicate last Saturday, and £500,000 is
probably going this week, making £3,000,000 in all
since the loan wSs Issued. - After this week ship
i ments will possibly again cease for the moment, j
rttere was a sharp fall In French exchange on the
commencement of the Paris Bourse settlement.
The Grand Trunk board havincr resigned, the com
mittee will now approach Charles Rivers Wilson,
asking him to stand for the presidency of the line.
: THE WOOL, MARKET.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April 30.— W00l dull
and lower. Territory wool, 8@10c; heavy light
and fine, 7@9c; fine medium. 106)13c; medium,
ll@12e; quarter blood, 10@12c: coarse, ll@l3c.
BOSTON, April There is a slight change in
the volumes of sales in the wool market, although
! the prices remain the same as last week. The
i supply of old wool is considerably broken, and the
' proximity of the arrival of new wool tends to make
buyers purchase sparingly, so they can await the
I arrival of new clips before putting in new lines. A
■ large amount of wool will be needed in the near
future, according to reports from all sections.
! Montana line medium and fine, 10(aillc: scoured,
30@32c: Wyoming, Utah, etc., fine medium and
line. J)f<z.llc; scoured, 30(&:31c; Australian scoured
combing, superfine, 41@42c.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET.
OMAHA, Nebs., April 30. — Cattle— Receipts,
3200; market steady. Bteers, $4 35@5 50;
cows and heifers, $1 25(&4 25; stockers and
feeders, $2 25@4. -
EASTERN COTTON MARKET.
NEW YORK, N. V., April 80.— Cotton dull;
I middlings, 9 15-16e. Net receipts, 1266: gross,
I 9267; exports to Great Britain, 5343; exports to
: France, 490: exports to the Continent, 4069: for-
I warded, 1637; 8a1e8,.257; spinners, 57; stock,
I 228,264. -
NEW YORK STOCKS.
: Bonds, Exchange. Money and Railroad
Shares.
i Money on call easy at 1@2%; last loan iy 2 %;
! closed iy»@2%. Prime mercantile paper, 3%/ij)s%.
■ Sterling exchange dull, easier, with actual business
I in bankers" bills at $4 89y B @4 89V* for demand and
' $4 88Vis@ 88Vi for sixty days. Posted rates, $4 89
•@4 89'y 2 and -* 4 90@4 90y 2 . Commercial bills,
! $4 87ys- Sliver certllicates, 6UV4<&66 : |4c.
CXOSINO BTOCKS.
Atchison 5% Northern Pacific... 4%
AdamsExpress — 143 .1 Preferred .213/2
Alton,Terre Haute. 41% 'U. P. Den. & Gulf.. 6y 8
Preferred Northwestern 983/ g
American Express.ll2 ! Preferred 140
A merican Tobacco. 1 03«4 N.Y. Central: 98y.
Preferred .110 |N. Y. <fcNew Eng.. 38%'
1 Baltimore*. Ohio.. 55 Ontario <fc Western 17'
j Bell Telephone 184% Oregon Improvmt. 11
; Canada Pacific 45% Oregon Navigation 18
, Canada Southern.. 52 (Oregon Short Line. 7
i Central Pacific 17 y 3 Pacific Mail 38
Ches. <fcOliio 185.8 TeonaD. & vans. 41/t,
Chicago Alton 149 iPittsburg 157
Chicago, B. it Q.. . . 733 / 4 I p u llman Palace.. . . 172
: ChlcagoGas 73%jReadiug 16V4
' Consolidated Gas.. .139 (Richmond Termini
iC.c. C. <fc St. Louis 4iy Preferred —
1 Colo. Coal .fc Iron.. ■ ay B'RioGrande<fcWeatn8 'RioGrande<fcWeatn 17
Cotton Oil Cert 26y-2 ! , Preferred.. 41
: Del. Hudson ...... 127y 2 tßocklsland 6«14
Del.Lack<fcWcsternls9 |St.L. <t S.F.lstpf.
i Denver <fcß.G.pfd. 421/2' St. Paul 62
Distillers 19y 8 | Preferred 117
! Kast Tennessee. ... .St. Paul <fc Omaha. 3514
: Erie 111.4 1 Preferred HIV2
Preferred 2*y 'Southern it. R i 35/ 8
' l'ori Wayne 157 ! Preferred 36y 8
Great Norttiern pfdl(M% St. P. M. * M. 106V2
Chicago &E lll pfd 90s.* Southern Pacific... 17%
- Hocking Valley.... 26V2 Sugar Rehnery 1093/.
Iliuiui.s Central 91 jTenn. Coal <fc Iron 21 y*
;St Paul <fc Duluth.. 26 Texas Pacific 1014
1 Kansas & Texas pf. 31% T01. &O. Cen. pfd.. 78'
Lake Erie «fc Westn 20 lUnion Pacific..:... 12y
Preferred 76 U. S. Express 40 v
I Lake bhore 143y Wab. s. L. & Pac.. 6y«
i Lead Trust 34 j ■ Preferred 16V4
I Louisville <fe Nash. 55i4iWells-Fargo 104
j Louisville iNewAl Western Union.... 88%
j Manhattan Consol.llß j Wlieelinij & L.E... l'J"/ a
Memphis <fc Charla. 10 | Preferred. . . . 42
Michigan Central.. lOOl4 Bt. Louis.. 28
Mexican Central... 10 V 8 ' Denver & Ri00.... 131/2
Missonri Pacific... 25% General Electric 331.4
Mobile & Ohio 18Vi : National Linseed.. 23
NashvllleChatt.... 69 Colo. Fuel & Iron.. 25
National Cordage.. 6-1 Preferred .. ...70
Preferred 93/, H. «fe Texas Cent... iy a
N.J- Central J)5 (ToI.A.A.&N.MIch- 13^
Norfolk <fe West pf.looy Toi.St.LouisJiß.C 1 ' 2
North American... •, 6%j Preferred. 12
CLCBINU BOSfDS.
US 4s, rPßistered.. 1201/4 Cen PaclstßOf '95.102
Do, 4s coupon.... m Den RQ 7s 115
U Hss. r<Kist«-red..Hß Do, 4s .. 85
po, 5s coupon... 116V4 Erie 2d5... . ....'.! 65
Do, 4 8 registered. MlL, GIUSA 65... 95
- Do. 4j» coupon.... 1 1 ttit/ t : " D 0.75............ 75.. ......... 100 :
_ D °;. 2s <. reX ' atercd - 9ti V 2 H &Tex Cent 65.. . 1061 A
Pacific 6s 0t '95... 100 i Do, 100
Ala,ClassA 107 MX T first 45....:. 85
Do, Class B. 108.: ! Do, second 45.... 69
Do, UassC 96 Mutual Union 65.. .112
Do, Currencies... 95 N J Cent Gen 85...112%
La, New Consuls 4s 9U/ a Northern Pac lsts.lieVa
K%P n fJ6i 100 Do, 2ds . 94Va
N -V ar Una 6s 125%'North wesVconVoVs.l 39^
sp O^ >; ;-i"-"" 103 I Do. BF deb 55...109Va
S C Non-fund H/ 3 r GrandeWest. l ts 7IS
Term new set 6s. .. 85 'si. PauKon;.olß 75.139V2
£}•*■ 100 . ; Do, C 59.1121/2
i>o, .Is. %;■■••• — iStl^ilronMtGeu Ds 78<5
Tennold 6s 60 st.L. <kS.F.Gen 65.1071 A
Va Centuries.... ... OOVs Southern 55.. 90
' a Do.deftrred "— r,s VijTexas Pacific firsts. : B»y a
A n hl *°. n * s •:..... 73 Texas Pac seconds. 27 -
Do, 2dA.... ...... 21S1 Union Paclstof '97.104V4
Canada Soutiii!da.. Lweat Siioruia......lQsya
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1895.
FOREIGN .MARKETS.
■ WHEAT IX. UVEBPOOI, J.»\i i~ >■ .-j^;'.
' LIVERPOOL, Eno., April 30.— The spot market
is off at 6s 2d: Cargoes are higher at 26s for prompt
shipment. ■
FUTURES.
The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations for No. : 2 Ked Winter:
April, ss2d: May, 5s 2yod;. June, 5s 23,-id;- Julj,
os «V4d ; August, 6s 4d.
■. BECURITIRS.
LONDON, Eso., April SO .-Consols, 105 7-16;
silver, 30V*; French Rentes, lOlf 85c.
PORTLAND'S BUSINESS.
PORTLAND, OR., April Exchanges, $264,
--930: balances, $57,697. " ' ,' '■-'**
Wheat— Walla Walla, 49©50 c "$ bushel; Valley,
50@51c # bushel. .
EXCHANGE AXI3 BULLION.
Sterling Exchange, 60 days — $ 4 883,4
Sterling Exchange, sight — 4 89^
New York Kxchange, sight — 05
New York Exchange, telegraphic. — 07^
Fine Silver, spot, '#* ounce — 66Va
Fine Siiver, 30 days — 66
Mexican Dollars — 64
INTEREST REDUCED,
Commencing to-day the Hibernia .Savings and
LoanfSociety will loan at 6%% instead of 7%, which
has been the rate at that bank for several years.
The reduced rate will also apply to all loans which
have run one year. This shows that the money
market is decidedly easier.
BANK CLEARINGS.
Local bank Clearings in April were $54,270,043,
against $56.6'J9,775 for April, 1894. For the first
four months of 1895 they were $210,674,300,
against $213,261,600 for the first four months of
1894. _^
COINAGE OF THE MINT.
The local Mint coined in April, $1,828,000, con
sisting of $1,61.0,000 in Double Eagles, $100,000 In
Standard Dollars, $48,000 in Hnlf Dollars and
$70,000 in Dimes. :5 1 ; ." /
PRODUCE EXCHANGE SALES.
Produce Exchange Call' Board sales In April
were 255,800 tons wheat and 56,900 tons barley,
making a total since July 1 of 2,844,100 tons
wheat and 533,700 tons barley.
PEODUOE MARKET.
WHEAT AND OTHKK ORAIXB.
WHEAT— Was weaker in all positions yesterday
and business was correspondingly quieter. No. l,
87%088*4c >' «ti: choice, 90c: lower grades,
80^iSdc; extra choice for milling, 92%@97V2C
CUL BOARD SALES.
Informal Session — 10 o'clock— December—
300 tons, 97% c: 600, 97% c; 600, 97% c
Hkoi'lar mob.vinq BasnOM — December— loo
tons, 97*4 c; 300, 975/sC.
Afternoon nkssiok — December — 600 tons,
97.v c; 300. 97% C. May— 2oo, 90c.
BARLEY— The firmness proved transitory and
the market wr.s weaker again yesterday. Feed,
62%f<£633,4c for ordinary and 65@66y±c for choice
bright: Brewing, 75<ai85c f, ctl.
CALT.. BOABB SALES.
InvobmaXi Bxbsiok — 10 o'clock— sales.
ItKfiiuK MoKNiNG Session— December— soo
tons, 6814 c; 500. 68c; 100, 67" /b e. Seller '95, new
100, 625. B e.
Aktkknoon Skssion— loo tons, 63c.
OATS— lnactive and unchanged. Milllnz, $1 07 V 2
@1 17y 2 V ctl: funcy Feed, $1 02y @l 07y ;
pood lo choice, 92 i«c(ui?l ctl; common to fair,
85@90c; Red, $1 16(g;l 20: Gray. t»si-(e!?l 02y 2 ;
Wurprtae, .*l 07Vi@l 17% * cU.
■fCOKN— No furt ln fluctuation. Tho market is dull
>arge Yellow, $1 10@@l 'JO; Small Round Yel
low. $1 15idl 25; White. $1 10@l 15%* ctl.
RYE— There is rather more disposition to buy,
but prices are unchanged at 85(ffi87y 2 c y. ctl. .'vt._.
BUCKWHEAT— UoIcters ask 90c@$l 10 $ Ctl.
FLOUK AM) >!ILI,NT!'FFS.
FLOUR— Steady and in satisfactory demand at
the advance. Net cash prices are: Family extras,
$3 40@3 50 fl bbl: Uakers 1 extras, f 3 30@3 40;
superfine, $2 25(g,2 nO 'f. bbl.
MILLSTUFFs- Flour, 3y 2 c f, Ib: Eye Meal,
Sc; <;rahani i-'lour, 8c; oatmeal, 4 l Ac; Oat Groats,
sc; Cracked \v:!.:ir, 3V£c: Buckwheat Flour, 4y»c;
Pearl Barley, 4V4@4 : Ue $ 1b: Rice Meal, $12w15
f»ton.
CORNMEAL. ETC.— Table Meal, BAS%4c: Feed
Com, $25(r.25 50; Cracked Corn, $26@26 50 f^ ton;
Hominy, *Va@4%C 1b
HAY AND FKEDSTUFFS.
BRAN-? 13 50@14 60 *& ton.
MIDDLINGS-$17@19 fi ton.
FEKDSTUFF3 — Ground and rolled Barley,
$15 50@1 6: Oilcake Meal at the mill, $25 %} ton;
Cottonseed Oilcake. .$24 t* ton.
HAY— Continues weak. Wheat $B<ffill f. ton;
Wheat and Oat,sßi<sll "$ ton ; Barley, $7(SS 6O: Oat,
$8&10 60; Alfalfa, $6 50<&S 50; Clover, $7@B;
Compressed, fS&lO 50; Slock, $6@7 is* ton.
STRAW— 4O(£6Sc $ bale.
BEANS AND SKEDS.
"BEAN'S— Bayos are quotable""at $1 50@l 80
'f, ctl: Small Whites, s2 65@2 B.i Tft ctl; Pea, $2 65
@2 85; Large Whites, $2 65@2 85; Pink, $1 60@
1 05; Reds.sl6o@l7s:Blackeye,s3 25@3 60: Red
Kidney, nominal; Lmiiis. $4 60@4 65; Butters, $2
@2 25 for small and $2 25@2 50 f* ctl for if.r,->'.
SEEDS— Yellow Mustard, 91 75@2: Trieste,
$1 50(5.1 75; Native Brown, $1 25fc0l 75: Fla.x,
$2 25@2 50: Canary, 3@4c ** Ib: Alfalfa, 7@73,ic;
Rape,l ß ie; Hemp". 'M,i.:v-< i* Ib.
DRIKD PEAS— Split Peas, 4(^4aic; Green Peas,
$1 60; Nik's, $1 25@1 35; Blackey*!, nominal.
rOTATOES, ONIONS, VEGETABLES,
POTATOES— Receipts of new were 258 sacks,
selling atsl@l 50? ctl: Early Rose, 30@40c Ifi
ctl: River Reds, 25@30c; Fetaluma and ToniaH's !
Burbanks. 40@50c: River Burbanks, 30@40c; Ore
gon Burbanks, 40@75c "<?. ctl.
ONIONS-New Red, 70c(M19lctL Old Onions
are nominal at 60c@.$l t* ctl, acrordlni; to quality;
OrfKons. 85c@l 10; Nevadas, 85c@l 10 ell.
VEGETABLES— Prices showed little disturbance
except in Peas and Beans, the former being lower
and the latter higher. Summer Squash from Los
Aneeles brought 18c r Ib. Hothouse Cucumbers,
25fe"5c r iln/cn. Arrivals were 877 bxs Asparagus,
646 bxs Rhubarb and 394 sks Peas. Asparagus, 40c
@$1 25 for ordinary and $1 50@2 25 for good to
choice; Riinbarb, 25@40c f* box 'for ordinary and
50@75c for choice: Green Peas, $I@l 25 f* sk for
common and 2(£2i<2 for sweet: String Beans, 10c
for Los Angeles, 15c lor Vacaville and 20c for Gold
en Wax; Dried Okra, 15c lb; Dry Peppers,
12i/ 2 @lsc; Cabbage, $I^. otl; Feed Carrots, 30fa>
40c: Garlic, 25c V lb.
JBUTTEK, CHEESE AND EGGS.
BUTTER— No further chance to report. '—Off
Cbkamkry— Fancy, @13c; seconds, 12c
?. Ib.
Da ib V— 10iA@llc; good to choice, 9@
10c; medium grades, &@By a c fi Ib; store Butter.
7<a7y 2 c ~? ib. '
CHEESE— Weak and In free supply. Fancy mild
new. 6@7c V tt>; common to good, 4^sy c; Young
America, 7f<s9c: Kastern, 12y 2 @14y 2 c, latter figure
for cream: Western, B@9c ft Ib.
EGOS— Dealers quote previous prices with a quiet
market. -Duck Eggs, 18c; store Eggs, 10@12c;
ranch Eggs, 121/2^*1 4c "i> doz.
POULTRY AND GAME.
POULTRY— The rumored approach of a car of
Eastern deterred buyers yesterday and trade was
quieter. Prices were weak, but not positively lower.
We quote California stock: Live Turkeys, 13
@14c r tb for Gobblers: 14@15c fT Ib for Hens;
(Jeese, %» pair, $1 60@2; Goslinss. $2 'Js'c2 50:
Ducks, $4 50@6 60 'f* dozen for old and $6@9 for
young; .Hens, $4 -50@6 %l doz; Roosters, young,
?f)@ll f" dozrn; do. old, $4 50@5 50 %i dozen;
Fryers, .I>7 60(&8 50 • doz; Broilers, $6@7 tor larjfe
and 92 50@5 lor small; Pigeons, $2@225 for young
and 81 75w2 for old.
GAME— Nominal.
DECIDUOUS AND CITRUS FRUITS.
ORCHARD FRUlTS— Reports from the early
districts, such ns Vacaville, etc., indicate a slen
der yield of Apricots, Cherries and Prunes, but a
large yield of Teaches, Pears and common Plums.
The Marcto freeze did the business lor the former.
Arrivals of Cherries were 307 boxes, selling at
75c@$l for white ana?l@2 f, box for dork. Ap
ples are nominal at, $l(ai3 ip box, according to
quality. -■}.■ , ■
BERRlES— Strawberries declined sharply, owing
to a large Increase in the receipts. They came in
dirty and muddy, too, from last week's rain, nnd
that was against them. : Gooseberries brought 50c
%( drawer. Receipts of Strawberries were 480 chests,
selling at $4@6 tor Longworths in baskets and $5
@7 in loose drawers and $3(&5 -& chest for large
berries.
X CITKUS FRUITS— California Navels, Sfil 75@2 25
i» box: Seedlings, 75c@$l 25: Sicily Lemons,
$4"ti box; California Lemons, 1(S)1 75 for com
mon and 92Ca.2 50 for good to clfoice; Mexican
Limes, $B@3 50 '# box: Bananas, $1 25@2 %i
bunch; Pineapples, nominal. \:
DRIED FRUITS, RAISINS, NtJTS, ETC.
DRIED FRUlTS— Prunes, four sizes, 4V4@4%c;
larger sizes, s@si<sC 1?. lb: smaller sizes, 2y 2 @4c
Ib: Apples, ': 4y @sc for quartered, 4y 2^;sc ' for
sliced and 6@sVs c for evaporated: ■ Bleached
Peacnes, 4@6c: Apricots. 6@7c . for fair to choice
&nd.7y<t@Bc for. fancy Moorpark; Pears, 2 c
. for evaporated halves, 3@4c for quarters and iy 2 (g>
2c for Inferior goods; Plums, 3V2<s4y c for pitted
and l%@2c for unpitted; . Figs, black, 3c for
pressed and l%@2c for unpressed. • ■ •. .:
RAISINS AND DRIED GRAPES—RaisIns-4
crown, loose, 1 4c lb; 3-crown, 2^c: 2-crown, 2c:
seedless Sultanas. 3c: seedless Muscatels, 2c fl II);
: 3-crown London layers, $1 35^1 46 "& box; clusters,
92 26@2 75: Dehesa clusters, $2 60; Imperial
clusters, $3 50; Dried Grapes— l%@l%c %*■ lb.: • • ; • ,
NUTS— Chestnuts quotable at S(glsc; Walnuts, 7@
9y c ib for paper-shell | and sof tshell, and 6Ca>
.7c^ Ib for hardshell Almonds, 2(<j-2i/ 2 c for hard
shell, and s@6c V -Ib for softaheli, and - — for
paper-shell ; -: Peanuts, ■ 6@6c ■ for Eastern and 4@
4y c for California; Hickory Nuts, 6®6c; Pecans,
6c for rough and 8c for polished; Filberts, Bfd>9c :
Brazil Nuts, 7@7y a c 3 Ib; Cocoanuts, $4 60@5 60 j
'# 100.
'-■ HONEY— Comb, 9@liy a '$ tb: water-white ex
tructed, 6V4@7c: light amoer extracted, si/^@oy4C;
dark amber, S@s'Ac i» Ib. ' '■ ' :* V
BEESWAX-26^27c V Ib. ,
PROVISIONS.
; . CURED MEATS— Steady and unchanged. Bacon
quotable at 9@9*&c Ti* tb for heavy and 10c f* Ib
lor lisht medium; lO^c * Ib lor light, H@liy 2 c
?* lb for extra light and 12%@16c "$ lb for angar
cured; Eastern Sugar-cured Hama,l2%c;Callfomla
Hams, ll%c; Mess Beef, $7@7 50 f bbl; extra
mess do,sß<£B 50; family do. extra pTlme
Pork, I $10<&>i0 60 extra clear, $17 50@18 f bbl :
mess, $16@16 6O $ bbl; Smoked Beei, 9y 2 @loc
%^ lb. - .",:
LARD-Eastern, tierces, 6%@7c tt> for com
pound and B%c'« lb for pure; palls, 9y 2 c; Cali
fornia tierces, 6c for compound and 8c for pure;
half-bbls, BJ/ic; 10-lb tins, 8y 2 c "t lb; uo 6-lb,
9c !b. ■
COTTOLENE— 7S,ic V> lb In tierces and B%c f
tblnlO-lb tins.
HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL AND HOPS.
" ITIDKS AND SKINS— Heavy salted steers,
7%cs lb; medium, 6@6%c ? lb; llgbt, 6@6%c;
Cowhides, 6@6%c; salted Kip, 4%@6; salted Calf,
7@Bc: salted Veal, C@7c; dry hides, usual : selec
tion, 10y 2 @Uc; dry Kip, 9*': dry Calf, 12@13c;
prime Goatskins, > 20<e.35e each; Kids, 6c; Deer
skins, good summer, 30c "$ lb : medium, 15@25c;
winter. 10(3)15c; Sheepskins, shearlings, 10@'2*)c
each; short wool, 25@35c each: medium, 30<8}45c
each; long wool, 40&60 C each; Culls of all kinds
about %c less.
TALLOW— No. 1 rendered, 4i.4@4%c: country
Tallow, 4(o:-ii 4 refined, 6c: Grease. 3@3y 2 c i» lb.
WOOL— Quotations for the spring clip are: Choice
Northern,' 10@llc; San Joaquin, year's staple, 6@
7c '■? lb; do, seven i<ionths', 6@Bc: Calaveras and
Foothill, 8@10c; Nevada, 7@90 f> lb.
S HOPS— Choice, 6ya@7c: common to good, G@6c
"Q lb. " '■■
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
BAGS— Calcutta Grain Bags. 4S/ c. ex-ship and
4S/8C for June and July delivery; Wool Bags, 24{g)
26c.
COAL— Wellington, $8; New Wellington, $8:
Southfield Wellington, $7 50; Coos Bay, $5: Walls
end, $7 50: Scotch, $8 • Brymbo. $7 50; Cumberland,
$13 60 in bulk andsls*in sacks; Pennsylvania
Anthracite Egg, Sl2: Welsh Anthracite Egg, $9;
Cannel, $8; Rock Springs, Oastie Gate and Pleas
ant Valley, $7 60; Coke, $12 in bulk and $14 in
sacks. *
SUGAR— The Western Sugar Refining Company
quotes, terms net cash : Cube, Crushed. Powdered
and Fine Crushed, all 53/ c; Dry Granulated, 4%c;
Confectioners' A, 4fi/«c; Magnolia A, 4V4c; Kxtra
C,4y 8 c; Golden 3%c:.D,36/»c; half barrelsVic
more than barrels, and boxes y 2 c more.
SAN • FRANCISCO MEAT MARKET,
Beef, Pork and Mutton are weaker in Chicago,
but local prices show no further change, except a
slight decline In Beef. Wholesale rates for dressed
stock from slaughterers are as follows:
BEEF— First quality, B%&0C; second quality,
4y @sc; third do, 3@4c W lb.
VEAL— Large, 3@sc; small, 4@6c f} n>.
MUTTON— Wethers, 4@4y 2 c; Ewes, 4c f> lb.
LAMB— Spring, si£6c and occasionally 7c "f 1 lb.
PORK— Live Hogs. 3@3y c for soft, 4@4y 2 e
f 1 lb for hard and 33<if<t4c '?. lb for feeders; dressed
do, s@7c & ib.
RECEIPTS OF TRODUCE.
TUESDAY, April 30.
1 Flour, qr. slcs 18,710|Brnn. sks 460
Wheat.ctls. 17,474! MiddlIngs, sks SOO
Barley, ctls Hay, tons.... 148
Oats.ctls 350 Mustard, sks 344
Corn, ctls 1,081 Wool, bis 938
Beans, sks 659 Quicksilver, Haslcs 197
Potatoes, sks 3,045'1J.ide.i, no 1,315
Oregon.... 7O9iWine, gals 73,940"
Onions, Oregon 678
THE STOCK MARKET.
There was a general upward movement In the
Coinstocks yesterday morning, and on the noon
informal session Con. Cal. and Va. sold up to $3 20,
but fell back to $3 05. Occidental advanced to
34c, but declined to 2Sc tinder sales of 4150 shares.
Fluctuations in the other stocks were narrower.
There was no particular change the rest of the
day, prices being more or less Irregular.
NOTES.
In the Occidental the south drift from the west I
crosscut, 500 level, has been extended 12 feet, and
continues in ore of fair quality. Have been cutting
out station In north drift and preparing to slnlc a
winze on the ore. The west crosscut on the 600
level Is In 134 feet, having been extended 11 feet
during the week ; face In porphyry with seams of
quartz.
The following figures are taken from the bullion
statement of the Con. Virginia mine for the
quarter ending March 31 : To"al ores worked dur- I
ing the quarter, 8527 tons nnd 870 pounds; gross i
yield of said ores. $100,427 'if>: cost of extraction, j
$56,912 07; cost of reduction and transportation, i
$24,692 04: net proceeds, $19823 2.V The bullion !
tax on the net proceeds amounts to a little over
$991.
Richard V. Day. private secretary to John \V.
Mackay, left New York for San Francisco yester- t
day and Mr. Alackay will also be here early this
month. ...
The following local incorporations disbursed
dividends during the past month:
Name. , -Rate. Amount
•Bank of California $3 $ share. $90,000
♦Nevada Bank l%^cent.. 45.000
*Sather Hanking Co l%scent.. 15,000
■•Fireman's Fund Ins. Co.. 3^, cent.. 30,000
•Pacific surety Co 3$ cent.. 2,000
*Cr.pital Gas Co $1 % share. 10.000
Edison L. and P. Co 66% c %< snare. 13,333
Oakland Gas Co 20c "$ share. 6,000
Pacific Gas Imp'tCo. 60c $, share. 15,000
Pacific Lighting Co 30c share. 6,000
S. F. Gas Light C 0.... 35c pt share. 35,000
Stockton Gas and Elec. Co. 30<- «* share. 3,600.
Contra Costa Water C 0.... 40c share. 12,000
San Jose Water..:... 60c t* share. 4,241
Spring Valley Water C 0. .. 50c f» share. 58.50<:
California Powder C 0...... 60c '?\ share. 7,600
California-street Cable..... 6O<; % share. 5.000
Geary-street K. H. Co.. 60c "j3 share. 5,000
•Siitter-street Cable $1 25 "r 1 share. 25,000
Hutchinson Plantation.... 15c 'H share. 2,500
Pacific Telephone 40c f\ share. 13,200
Sunset Telephone 25c %* share. 7,500
•Alaska-Tread well M. Co.. 37V>c "f, shure. 75,000
Alaskti-Mexican M. C 0.... 15c y. share. 30,000
Homestake Mining C 0..... 25c %* share. 31,250
NapaCon. Quickslvr M.Co 20c V- share. 20,000
Total $577,124
*Quarterly.
A summary of the dividends for April is as
follows: •
1894. 1895.
Banks $172,500 $150,000
Insurance companies .39,600 32,000
Gas companies 84.16G 32,000 j
Water companies 78,000 ' 79,241
Powder companies 12.000 7,500
Street railroad companies.... 6,000 35,000
Telephone companies......... 20,700 20,700
Sugar companies 7.500
Mining compunles 123,780 156,250
Miscellaneous 3,250
Total $539,866 $677,124
BOARD SALES.
Following were the sales in the Ban Francisco
Stock Board yesterday:
':'", '•■'-. REGULAR MORNISO SKSStOV—
750 Alto 15ilOO G C... 481400 Occidtl..
200 8e1cnr....651C0 49200 33
100 B& 8... .81 200 H&N. ..1.45 100 Potosi ....45
100 100 Justice... .10 100 Beg Bel. . .16
150 CC&V..3.15 200Mex. 83 200 9 Nev....83
60 3.10.100 0ph1r... 1.65200 Uni0n. ...51
A*TKRXOO>f SESSION'— 2:3O.
600 Bit 8.... 78 400 H<tN... 1.301500 Occidnt... 34*
■100 Bodle. .1.05 900 .......... 1.35(100 Ophir..
H>o Chalnge..4l _'00 Mcx ..... .80100 SNev .79
200 Chollar 600 0ccidt1....32450 78
150 CC&V...3.05 ....... 331100 Uni0n. ....50
Following were the sales In the Pacific Stock
Board yesterday :
RKun.AR sfsstov— lo:3o.
200 Alta 15:200 H&N 1.42V 3 200 0ccidt1....28
150 Belcher.... (i.vlOO l : ! 8 100 31
ll") 15 vfc 8.... 811100 1.40J400 30
100 79 100 Ju5tice.... 09:450 Uphir.... 16/.
200 Bodie... 1.10 200 Mono 181500 1.65
vJOO CC&V. 3.161100 Mcx 821100 1.60
100 3.171/3 1001 SOIIOO l'otosi ....47
150 3.10 600 Occidtl.. . . 33 100 Savage.. . .29
50 3.07 Vo 200 34 200 S 8«kM..17
400 H&:s ...1.40 I
AFTF.RXOOST BKSSIOV— 2 :30.
200 Ande5.... 24 500 Chollar. ..46 600 H & N..ls/ 8
300 23 100 442100 Occidntl.3l
100 8e1cher.. .65 300 CC*V3.O7V> 1150 32
400 H & 8....78:1800H<feN..1.35 ; 3000ph1r...1.60
lOOConN V.. 03|100 1.32y 2 1300 S N~ev ....80
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
TUESDAY, April 30—4 p. m.
£>d.A»krd.\ Bld.Askfd.
Alpha C0d..... 08 09 Jack50n........ — 35
Alta ..;... 15 16 Julia.. — 06
Andes.... 22 24.luntlce 08 10
Belcher 63 64 Kentuck — 06
Best <fe ßelcher. 77 79 Lady Wash.... 02 03
BentonCon.... 40 45 Mexican....... • 79-81
Bodle 1.05 l.lOMono — 15
Bullion..: — 16|Mt. Diab10..... 15 —
Bulwer... 10 IXevada Queen. — 06
Caledonia 07 OBiOccldental 30 82
Challenge Con. 40 42|Ophlr .. 1.55 1.60
CholJar... 41 43-Overman — 09
C0n. Ca1.&Va. 3.05 5.10P0t05i.. ........ 44 45
Con. Imperial. 01 02i8avajre 26 2M
Confidence — I.6o>Seg. Belcher... — 16
Con.NeuVork. — " 03'8corpion 04 '■ 05
Crown Point... 60 Sierra Nevada. 77 " 78
Kastß. <te 8... 13 16 Silver Hi 11..... -03 04
KastSierraNev — 06:SUver King.... 10 —
Kxcbequer 02 04 Syndicate — 05
Eureka C0n. . . . .30 35L'niouCon 60 ,51
Uould&Curry. 45 46! Utah..... 07
Hale&Korcrs.l.3o- 1.35 Yellow JftCkeU 3.6 38
lowa _ 06 "' '
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
:.;^^ : TUESDAY, AprU 30— p. it.
bonds. . Bid. Asked.\ Slit. Asked.
V H 4s coup..lli — Banks. Commercial—
D S4sresr...lll — AmerßJsTU. — —
Cal-rCbleSa _ Anglo-Col. .. 69 —
Cal Klec L 65107 - : Bank of Ca1..218%222
,CntraCWss 99%101iACalSD<tTCo. 40Vi 41 .
Dpnt-stex-cp 88 =91 |FirsiNatlonl.l77V3 —
EdsnL<fcP6s.loßV' 2 109V4Grinj.ers.... — —
F&CH KR6slO4 —, - Ix)iiflonJ»>StA.l23.'!4 . —
Oeary-5tK58.107 — London&QF. 28V" 30-
LosAngl,6s. 97y 3 — Merch Ki... 12 —
Do.Onted.6s. 101 103 Nevada — —
Mkt-stCbU«sl22S4 _ SatherßCo.. — —
NevCXgKSs. — no Banks, Savlncs—
;N PCRR6s.IO2 . — GerS&L,Co..l76o —
NyßCalßs.. «5 100-14HumbS&Ii.lOOO — .
NRyCalSs.. _'-_ "^ JMu tual ....:: 37 —
Oak Gas 65..1015/iioß ; SFSavUnlon49s 605 :
Do, 2d iss 65..102vt — Sav«fc Loan. 110 150
Omnibus 65.. 117 — Security...... — 300
I';icl<<illM«s.lo3 — Union T'rnst. — 760
• Do,'2<! 65.. — — Street Railway— !
P«fcOßy6s..llo 120 California...; 100 —
P Ch Ky6s. 95 100 Geary-st . .'. — 90
Pwl-8tßß65.110 > — MarKet-5t.... 37V8 37%
Reno,WL<feLlo2 105 ' Oak,ST.*Hay . — 100
River\VCo6s — i-. 100 - Presidio; .... • 7y 3 ' —
IBJ?*NPBKSs ea^ilOQViSuttet-at..... — —
SPRRAris6s — 86»4l Powder—
SFRRCaltfa.lO9y 3 11 l Atlantic D... 14 20
SPRRf:»I6s. 85 — California.... 80 —
Do.lcouetd. 85 — Giant 10 It
— 8« Judson — —
SVWater6s..l2o 120y,jfVte°rit — 1
S\'\\:Ufr4s.. 98 — ' Miscellaneous—
BtktnQ4E6fl — lOOVi'Blk DCoalCo. — 12
SuiißtT&T«s — — |Cal Cot Mills. — —
Simer-.5tR55.109 — iCal JJry l>ock — —
Vlsal!aWC6s - 92 jEdisonLinbt. 96 97%
wTfu-Ks— Water— GttCOBABsn. — —
ContruCosta. — 60 HawCASCo.. 5% 7
Marii! Co — 50 iHutcbSPCo.. 12 12y 2
San Jose — 100 JndsonMf«C. 1 —
Sprng Valley 98 883/g MerExAssn. 100 —
Gas- ,OceauicSSCo — 23
Capital — 50 I'acAuxFA.. 1%
Central 95 — iPac Borax... 97 —
uaki)L4H. 46 47 PaclitN'Co. — 30
PaoOaalmp. — 86 jpac Roll Mill 17 —
Pacific Light. 46 47% Parf Paint Co — 9
Sanl-'rancsco 715/s 72 (Pac Trans Co — 27
Stockton — 30 IPacT&TCo. 30 60
Insurance— Sunset T AT. 20 —
FiremausFd.lSl — iLnitedCCo.. — 25
Sun — 68 I
HORKIN'O SESSION.
Board-50 Hawaiian Commercial, 6: 50 Pacific
Lfchting Co, 47i/ 2 : 100 S V Water, 98Vi-
Street— l 6 Cal Safe JJeposit, 40Vi-
AFTERNOON 6ESHrOSr.
Board— 4 Pacific Gas Imp, 85 y 3 ; 105 S F Gas
light. 71»/i: 70 S V Water, flrii^.
s-rc.t-.fIOOO Mark«'t-st Cable Bonds, 123y a ;
$7000 a V 4% Bonds. 98Vi.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Joseph P. and Ella T. Le Count to Thomas R. Le
Count, lot or. NE corner of California and Locust
Streets, E 37:6 by N 107:7 V«: $10-
Louis and Maria Hoeckele to .John Scharff, lot on
SB corner nt Nineteenth and Folsom streets, S 25
by E 100; $10.
Elizabeth A. Burke to Augusta Van Zandt, lot on
E line of Ye.rba Buena street, 112 8 of flay, S 26
by B 80 (subject to mortgage); .$lO.
Hiram an.i Susan A. Tubbs to John and Mary
Ryan, lot on W line of Kentucky street, 491 :10H
S of Sierra, S 25, N 65 deg. 48 mm. 27-11. W
228.54, N 25, S 65 deg. 48 mm. 27-11, X 228.54;
fie.
Sojiiiia Johnson to George A. Case, lot on W line
of Third avenue, 325 S of California street south,
828 by W 120; $10.
William I-jul.l to James and Josephine Maltland,
lot on S lint of Farrallones street, 375 E of Capi
tol, E 25 by S 125, block J, Kailroad Homestead
Association; $10.
J. W. McDonald to A. C. Doan, lots 10, 11, block
212, O'Neill and Haley Tract; $10.
Michael J. Foajurtv to Beniamin Healy, lot 244,
Cobb Tract 25 ;8, on Cliapultepec by 70; $10.
AI.AMKDA COUNTY.
A. Eberhardt (by C. E. Palmer, Tax Collector)
to A. G. Laurie, the N 1-10,000 of an inch of W 20
feet of lot 27, block 148, Oakland: $35.
Same to same, the N 1-400 of an inch of lots 1 to
4 and 28, block 148. Oakland; $90.
Same to same, NE corner of Tenth and Brush
streets, N" 2 inches by E 75, block 148. Oakland;
Maggie A. K eavney of Oakland to Michael Nolan
(trustee for Alfred J., John P. and Mary V. Kear
nev), lot on BE corner of Willow and Atlantic
streets, S 25:7 by E 74:3, being lot 8, block 4(56,
Qibbona' property at Oakland Point, Oakland: gift.
Continental Building and Loan Association to Carl
K. Olsen. of San Francisco, lot 4. subdivision of
Lake Merritt Park, East Oakland; $10.
Cliarles A. and Alice C. Biiiley of Oakland to
Joseph Rose, of Berkeley, lot on S line of Francisco
street. 120 W of Hamilton, \Y 120 by X 135:4y 2 ,
being lot 2. block 3, State University Association
No. 5, quitclaim deed, Berkeley ; $5
Julia M. Williams to Hallett, Bartlett <fc Dalton
Corpora I ion, lot beginning at a point 160 8 from
SE corner of Fourteenth and Center streets, thence
E 168.44. S 36, W 468.24, thence parallel with
Center street 25 feet to beginning, lot 6, block 579,
baseball grounds, Fourteenth and Center streets,
Oakland; 91.
Jolm if. F. and Mary E. Brown to Henry P. Row
ley of San Francisco, lot on SW line of sixteenth
Street, 9<> Wof Willow. W7sby S 120:7y 2 , lots 9,
10 and 11, block C, Garden Tract Homestead, Map
2. Oakland Point, warranty 'Iced, Oakland: $10.
• 'barles Babb to same, lots 9, 10 and 11, block C,
Garden Tract Homestead, Oakland, quitclaim
deed; $5.
R. M.and E. A. Turner, Oakland, to C. D. Vlnzent,
Oakland, XW corner of Eighth and Madison
streets, W 115 by N 37:6, block 83; $10.
Curl and K. K. Strobel to E. O. Vinzent. Oak
land, N line of Seventeenth street, 259 E of Grove,
X 37 by N 100, portion of lot 6, map showing loca
tion of Seventeenth street, between Grove ami Han
Pablo road: $5.
J lector Leslie, Oakland, same to same; $5.
William 11. Mackinuon of Oakland to Oakland
Bank of Savings. lot on sW corner of Market and
W Twelfth Rtraets. H 108, W 126, H 146:3. E
129 9-48 to beginning. quitclaim deed. Oakland: $5.
Frank L. and Grace P. Fowler and Woodier O.
and Jda E. Taylor to same, same, Oakland; $10.
Waller C. Beatle of Oakland to Carl Strobel of
Sacramento, lot on SW corner of Blair and Vernal
avenues, W 135 by S 100. beinp; lots 1, 2, block A,
Huutoon Tract, Piedmont, Oakland Township;
$5.
R. 11. and Mary E. Parkison to Harriet A. Wil
liams of Oakland, lot on Nff line of Summit ave
nue, 388:4 NE of Kipda avenue, NE 40, NW
148.15. S\V 40.03, SE 146.67 to beginning, being
subdivision Q, revised rua;> of subdivided lots 20,
21 and 22, Glen Echo Tract, Map 9, Oakland Town
ship; $10.
Marj' J- Grant of Golden Gate to Henry W.
Blanchard, lot on N line of Crawford street, 186 E
of Herzog, E SO by N 168, being lot 22, blo<;k B.
amended map of J. W. Crawford Tract, Oakland
Township: $10.
Same to same, lot on SE corner of Butler avenue
ami Heraog street, E 50 by H 140. being lot 1, block
5, Amended Map, Butler Tract of Oakland Town
ship: $10.
A L Smith to X. Gertrude Brown, lot on F. line
of Raymond, 800 N of Prince, R 60 by E 125, be
ing lot 28, block B, Woolsey Tract of Berkeley:
$10.
I.ucy A. Walker (by Thomas G. Brotherton, con
stable") to John F. Axx, lot on N line of Hilgard
avenue, 82.547 E of Arch street, E 40 by NIK),
being a portion of lots 1, 2 and 3. block 5, Corrected
Maj , Daley's Scenic Park Tract of Berkeley; $146.
~"C. T. H. and Harriet K. I). Palmer, George E.
arid Anna Wellington and Oakland Paving Com
imnv (a corporation) to Georse W. Menefee, lot on
W line of Wellington street. 250.60 8 of Russell, S
50 by W 135, being lot 15, block B, Suburban
Tract, Berkeley ; $10.
Jessie and Bessie Dunham of San Francisco to
Eunice L. JJrewster of San Francisco, lot on N line
of Clinton avenue, 200 E of Walnut, E 50 by N
150, being lot 5 in W half of block P, lands adja
cent to Encinal, Al:imeda; $10.
Ludovina Ivey of Oakland to Rosa H. Peralta of
Oakland, lot on NW corner Hays and Thornton
streets, N 50 by W 150, being the S 50 feet of lots
I, J and X, block 11, town of San Leandro, Eden
Township; gift.
Builders' Contracts.
T. F. Kiernnn with John Quinn and John Bar
rett, to biiiM on \V iinn of Bryant avenue, 176 N of
Brvant street; $1608.
William M. McDonald with William J. B. War
ner, to build on XX line of Sixteenth avenue S.
'225 SE of M street S; .f 1865. -,
J. do la Montanya with Thomas H. Day & Sons,
to build on N line of Clay street, 117:3 W of East;
$15,673.
Same with Peacock & Butclier, same; .$10,075.
Minnie A. Babcock with Hyde & Co.-c, to build on
S line of Waller street, 57:6 W of lx>tt: $3000.
O. Uoera with K. Delgaro <fe OS. Banchero, to
build on N' line of Union street, 20 X of Jasper
place; $34f.0. "
THE VALI. CALENDAR.
Mat, 1895.
Moon's Phases.
3 May 1.
First Quarter.
May 8,
Full Moon.
is
16
ie
17
18
c
May 16.
Last Quarter.
19
81
May 24,
New Moon.
27
OCEAN STEAMERS.
.Dates of Departure From San Francisco.
STEAM KR. |pyrniATioa [
Alee Blnchd j Portland.......
Eureka . .; . , I Newport . . . ...
Pomona.'.... HumboldtBay
Weeott . . . . Eel River. ....
Areata ! Coos Bay
Alameda.... Sydney '..
Arago....:.. Coos Bav
Santa Rosa.. i San Diego
Bandorille.. River
Farallon . . . Yaouina Bay..
Oregon...... i Portland.......
Rio Janeiro China A Japan
Humboldt... ! HumboldtBay j
St Paul ...... j N wport ... . . . '
Umatilla . . ! Vic <fe Pgt Snd j
Corona..:... ; San Diego.:... <
Del Norte... Grays Harbor. :
Acapulco.... ! Panama...:..
State of Cal i Portland ...'.; .
I Portland.......
] Newport ......
' HumboldtBay
Eel River.....
! Coos Bay
Sydney ......'..
j Coos Bav
San Diego
Coquille River
Yaouina Bay..
i Portland.......
China & Japan
i HumboldtBay j
I Newport ...... I
! Vic <fe Pgt Snd j
San Diego.:... i
Grays Harbor. :
! Panama ...:.. j
i Portland ...'..-. I
May 1, 5pm; Vallejo
May 1, 8am Bdw'y 2
May 1. 2pm Bdw'y 1
May 1. 9am Vnlle.io
May 1,12m Vallejo
May 2, 2pm Oceanic
May 2,10am Vallejo
May 3,11am Bdw'y 2
May 3, 3pm Miss 1
May 4, 5pm Miss 1 .
May 4, 10am, Spear
May 4, 3pm P M S 8
May 4,11am Washt'n
(May 6, 8am Bdw'y a
May 5, 9am : Bdw'y 1
'May 7.11am ; Bdw'y 2
May 7, 5pm ....... ..
May 8,12m IP 31 SB
May; 9.10am Spear •
SAILS.
| riKK.
STEAMKRS TO ARRIVE.
Stkamkr I
Duiiuoru i
Santa Kosa.
,Arae0... ;:.....
Umnti11a. .......
Oregon
( Homer
Acapulco
Kahuiu1. ........
Humboldt ......
Mackinaw
StPaui .:.;.;.
North Forfc.....
Del Norti> ;.
Wellington.....
City of Everett.
Pomona.... ....
Weeott :;....
C0r0na..........
Point 1i0ma,...:
State of Ca1.....
Queen...:.....:.'
Gaeli'c. '.'.": .'.■"....■
Saturn
Truckee ..
Crescent City.
loquiue juver......
San .Dieg0.. ..............
Coos 8ay....."........... 1
Victoria <fc Puget Sound
Portland
Icoos Bay
1'anama.........
iKahulul
Humboldt Bay
Tncoma...
Newp0rt...."..";.... •
Humboldt 8ay.........
rays Harbor :.
Departure Bay . .
Comox .'....
Humboldc 8ar..........
Kel 8iver................
San Di»eo
(■irnys Harbor
i Portland
Victoria A I'uget Sound
China and Japan........
! Panama.................:
j Portland — ..::..
! Crescent City
. . muy jl
..May 1
..May 1
..May 1
..May 1
..May 1
..May U
..May -2
..May 2
..May 3
..May 3
..May 4
..May 4
..May 4
..May 5
..May 5
..May 6
..May 5
..May 5
..May 6
..May 6
.".May 6
.-.May 6
..May 6
..May
M-i"v B
SUN AND TIDE TABLE.
\VA
,arc:e. Small.
8.28a| 6.40p
5.00a 7241-.
e. Small.
a11.20p
>a 000a
5.14; 7.
5.13 7.
i; Sets
I 0.53a
! I.3'Ja
OpilO.s'
4r.11.j<
UVUUUUKAI'iItU lIULLIiTXM.
, Branch Hydrographio Office. U. S. N.,)
..".'• : Mkhchasw' Exchavhe . . >■
.: San bancisco. April 30. 1895. ) .
.; The '■ time ■ ball on TelejjrapU JUUU nu dropped
exactly at noon to-day— i. c., at noon of the 120 th
meridian, or at exactly a p. m., Greenwich time.
A. F. FECHTKIjKB,
Lieutenant U. ft, N.. in charga.
SHIPPING LNTJiI,LIUK>'CJE.
Arrived.
. TUESDAY, April 30.
Stmr San Bpnlto, 80 hours from Tacoma;4soo
tons coal to S P Co. Oakland direct.
Stmr Rival, Johnson, 15 hours from Fort Bragg:
lumber, to W A Mitchell.
Bktn Amelia. Ward, 24 days from Honolulu:
11,282 bags sugar, to Williams. Dimond & Co.
Schr Arthur I, Nlllson, 14 hours from Iversens
Landing; posts and wood, to N Iversen.
Cleared.
: -V - • TL'ESDAY, April 30.
Stmr Mlneoia, Pillsbury, Comox; Pacific Imp
Co.
■Nicstmr Costaßica, JVldntyre, Nanaimo; R
Dunsmulr «fc Sons. _ . „ _
Stmr Coos Hay, Jepson, San Pedro; Goodall, Per-
Bktn City of Papeete, Berude, Tahiti; J Plnet
&Co.
Sailed.
TUESDAY, April 30.
Stmr Gipsy, Leland, Santa Cruz.
stmr Walla Walla, Wallace, Victoria and Port
Townsend. . ' '
Srinr Jewel, Madsen, Caspar.
Burk (iermania. Pearson. Seattle.
Bark Arcturus, Sloane, Burrards Inlet.
Schr Kva, KliLKard. „ .
Sclir (3en Biinmni?. Marschall, Seattle.
Schr Olsa. Ipsen. Kureka.
.S<'hr Albion, Malcolm.
Sclir Monterey, Beck, Bowens Landing.
Schr Newark! Beck, Bowens Landing.
Schr Mary Ktta, Wet»L <
Charters. |V..- ; c -:-.■•?.,'
The brig Consuelo loads mdse for Kahuliil. schr
Jennie Wand mdse for Mahukona, barks Martna
Davis and 8 G Wilder mdse for Honolulu.
The IJr borK Southesk loads whentat Portland for
Europe, 33s 9d, Is 3d less direct, prior to arrival.
Movements of Vessels.
Yesterday the shlp3 Guardian and Oriental and
the barks \Vilna and Holywood were towed to the
stream. The bark Martha Davis and the schr King
Cyrus were towed to the refinery.
The ship Moresby was taken to Port Costa, the
ship Holcyon to Berry street, the barks Palmyra
and Detroit and the bktn Retriever to Oakland, the
ship R P Cheney to the rolling mills and the ship
Two Brothers to Mission-street 2.
The bark Gatherer was taken from the stream to
Port Costa, the ship Cyrus Wakefleld irom the
stream to Mission 2, ship Laurelbank frm Port Costa
to the stream and the bark Arcturus from the
stream to sea.
The bktn s G Wilder.brigConsuelo.schrSpokane,
barks Davenport and Hesper and ship Fulwood
were taken to the stream.
Xelecraphic.
POINT LOBOS — April 30—10 p m— Weather
cloudy: wind ; velocity 16 miles an hour.
Miscellaneous.
LONDON, Apr 26— Bark Arkwright, at Port
Pirie, jettisoned 6 M ft lumber on passage.
Spoken. . '
Mar 2— 4S 26 W, Brship Sierra Estrella, from
Antwerp for San Francisco.
Mar 9— On the equator 27 W, Br ship Sokoto, frm
Liverpool for San Francisco.
Domestic Forts.
GREENWOOD— Apr.' 30— Stmr Sunol, |
hence Apr 29.
ALBlON— Arrived Apr 30— Stmr Newsboy, from j
TJsal.
Sailed Apr 30— Stmr Newsboy, for San Francisco. ■
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Apr 30— Schr R W Bart
lett, from New Westminster; stmr Lakme, from
Port Los Angeles.
GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived Apr 30— Schr Annie. :
Gee, hence Apr 24 : schr Neptune, hence Apr 15.
TATOOSH— Passed Apr 30— Stmr Mackinaw, fm
Tacoma for San Francisco; Brship Routenbeck,
from Port Blakeley for Plsagua.
PORT ANGELES— port Apr 30— Ship Wachu
sett, hence Apr 15 for Nanaimo.
PORT LOS ANGELES— SaiIed Apr 30— Stmrs
Lakme. Protection, Alcazar and Greenwood, for
San Francisco.
STEWARTS POlNT— Arrived Apr 30— Schr
Archie and Fontie, hence Apr 28.
ASTORlA— Arrived Apr 30— Stmr Trtickee.hnce
Apr 26.
SOUTH BEND-Arrived Apr 30— Schr Fannie
Adele. hence Apr 21.
SEATTLE— SaiIed Apr 27— Schr Roy Somers, for
San Francisco.
COOS BAY— Arrived Apr 30— Schr C H Mer
chant, hence Apr 14.
HBABNS LANDING— SaiIed Apr 30— Schr
Corinthian, for Sun Francisco.
PORT IJLAKP:LKY— SaiIed Apr 39— Schr Chas
E Falk, fcr Pedro.
EUREKA— Arrived Apr 28— Stmr National City,
hence Apr 28; schr Ruby A Cousins, hence Apr 26.
Kastern Port 9.
NEW YORK— Cleared Apr 30— Ship Henry B
Hyde, for San Francisco.
Movement* uf Trans- Atlantic Steamers.
NEW YORK— Arrived Apr 30— Stmr Ems, from
Bremen: stmr Mohawk, from London.
LIVERPOOL— Arrived Apr 30— Stmr Cuffic, frm
New York.
Foreign Ports.
HONGKONG— Arrived Apr 30— Br stmr Uelglc,
hence Apr 4.
CALLAO— Arrived Mar 19— Br bark Sharp
shooter, from Eureka.
ANTWERP-Arrtved Apr 27— Br ship Dovenby
Hall, from Portland, Or.
BRISTOL— Arrived Apr 28— Br shiD Primrose
Hill, from '.regon.
PA YTA— In port Apr 27— Ger ship Henriette, for
Portland, or.
CARDIFF— SaiIed Apr 29— Br ship Star of Ben
gal, for Srinta Rosalia.
PE N A RTH— Sailed Apr 27— Br ship Columbia.
YOKOHAMA— SaiIed Apr 27— Stmr City of
Pekine. for San Francisco.
DUNKIRK— SaiIed Apr 29— Br ship Lauriston,
for Antwerp.
FALMOL'TH— SaiIed Apr 28— Ital bark Beppo,
for (ialway.
SWAN SK A— Sailed Apr 27— Br ship Lord Cairns,
for San Francisco.
VANCOUVER— SaiIed Apr 26— Schr Meteor, for
San Francisco.
fhr Lotr Shitipinp Intelligrncr See Thirteenth Page.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
DTSPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN A*
Francisco for uorts in Alaska, 9a. m., &SSS3£
May 5. 20, June 4, 9, 19, 24. July 5. 9, 19, 24.
For British Columbia and Puget Sound ports.
May 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and every fifth day
thereafter. ■
For Eureka, Hnmboldt Bay, steamer Pomona,
every Wednesday at 2 p. m.
For Newport, Los Angeles and all way ports.
May 1, f>, H, 13. 17, 21, 25, 29, and every fourth
day thereafter, 8 a. m.
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harford,
Santa Barbara, Port Los Angeles, Redondo (LO3
Angeles) and Newport, May 3. 7. 11. 15, 19, 23, 27,
81 . and every fourth day thereafter, at 11 a. m.
For ports in - Mexico, 10 a. m., 25th of each
month, steamer Willamette Valley.
Ticket Office— Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery
street.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents,
10 Market st.. San Francisco. ■
OS? JP. IM TO PORTLAND
■ K. OL Vim AND ASTORA.
QTEAMSHIPS DEPART FROM SPEAR-
-0 street wharf at 10 a. m. every five days, con-
necting at PORTLAND with direct rail lines to all
points in OREGON, WASHINGTON and IDAHO.
State of California sails March 30, April 9, 19, 29.
Columbia sails April 4, 14, 24.
.■,-. ■ ■ / '
Until further notice rates will be REDUCED to
813 CABIN.
S6 STEERAGE.
For through rates and all other information apply
to the undersiimed. : :=
Goodaix, PKKKINS <fc CO. Fhkd. F. COXSOB,
Gen'l Supts.. Gen'l Agent.
4 New Montgomery st. 19 Montgomery st.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMY.
' Coolgardle gold fields
v (Fremantle), Auscra-
MW9^ HAki~^i« lia: s '-" 20 urs t cia3i
<fflT° nJm n l "'-^ n0 steerage. Lo^vess
S^j/P^^^^^^jClJ ratea to Capetown,
§P§¥/ 'Tf^j' v^ Australian steamer
WSal Trfßjli. Jl^M ALAMKDA saUs via
■ BsSJ'- \ff I^OTHfIIH llonolu u and Auclc-
f SaSffiT-/i^ land
\sSte£ ! l™''*&Z^ffiM? Steamship Australia
y&£Sm4g&??%Zi&r Honolulu only, Sutur-
\^3jg>ggxggo> ir day » J la>' 2J, at 10
Rpedal Parties to Honolulu, May 21. Redaced
excursion rates-
' Ticket office 138 Montgomery street.
_„ d. ■ MM aßß«ssj ao_
COIPAGIIIEOEIEIUIETRASS.4TLASTIOIE
. French Line to Havre.
nOMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH xw»
V Kver, foot of Morton si. Travelers bv 4§£
t'he'dtacom?^' 11 tra " SiD by "n«1»h
boat N?.w Yort t 0^ 111 * thP cha "n^ »n a small
noat. «Now ork to Alexandria Kzvnt via PRrl^.
hrst class $i«0: second class $116 ' *
LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. Laurent..............
LANbRMANDiE;c^ May 4, Noon
LA NORM AN DIE. Capt. Poirot
LA ,T6-U^l^;-ca P t;- Banieli8 anielii May 6:66 a. M.
i.A IULKAINE, Capt. Santelll . ....
*I^ GXscdG^-c^t/Biudei^ 18 ' 1*6:00 a.m.
Capt. Baudelon ..
1 -ZL:- ••••»••........ May 25,6:00 a.m.
**r or further particular* apply to
: r ' -„■■''' ' A. FOUGET, Agent,
T F ™„ ^°- 3 Bowling (ir..:i, New York.
aye., San Fmncisca C °" Ageat8 ' 6 Molll omcry
WHITE USE.
United Stales and Royal Mail Steamers
M -, BKTWKKV
New York, Oueenstown A Liverpool,
SAILIVo EVEKY WKKK.
pABIN, S6O AND UPWARD, AIVOUD- jfjm^
V- inj to stoamer and acfoinmo.latloim MUMS
J*i«cte<l; second cfii)in.i«!3r>- M»J<?*tlc«tul Teutonic,
?.i» and ?40. Steerage Tlckots from KhkUiiil, lr.--
land, Scotland, Sweden, Norway unrt I)--iimark
inrough t0 Ban Francisco at lowkju ratfs. Tickets. \
sailing ;- dates and cabin pUns nmy bo procurwl
from W. H. AVERY, Hacinr Mall Dock, or at lh«
General Office of the Company, 613 Market »t.,
under Grand Hotel. . v. W. BUSTC'IiKR, -
' uoneral Agent (or aclQo CoaaU '
ROYAL MAIL STEAM_PACRET COIPAJf.
STEAMERS LEAVE r ASPINWALL >> S «;-V
O fortnightly for the West Indies and < g^USSm /
Southampton, calling en route at Cerbourzh,
France and Plymouth to land passengers.
Through bills of lading, in connection with the
Pacific Mail S. S. Co., issued for freight and trea*
lire to direct ports in England and Qcrman
Through tickets from San Francisco to Plymouth,
Cherbourg, Southampton. • First class, $195; third
claaa. «O7 60. For further particulars apply t*
■ ta— * PAKKOTT <& CO., Agents,
308 California at.
RAILROAPTRAVEL.
SMFRMCISCO & JVORTH PA-
CIFIC RAILWAY CO.
» Tiburou I'erry— Foot of Market S*.
San Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:4O, 9:20, 11:00 a.m.; 12:3B,
3:30, 5:10, 6:30 p.m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. M. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:50
and 11:30 p. m.
SU.N'I)AYS-8:(>0. 9:30, 11:00 A.M.; 1:30, 3:30,
6:00, 6:20 p.m.
San Rafael to San Francisco.
WEEK - DAYS— 6:2S, 7:55, 9:30, 11:10 A. m.;
■ 12:45, 3:40. 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips
at 1:55 P. M. and 6:35 p. M.
SUNDAYS— B:IO, 9:40, 11:10 a. M.; 1:40, 3:40,
6:00,6:25 p.m.
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park same
schedule as above. .•••• ..• :
' Leave T _ „«.„,. Arrive
San Francisco. Nov 1 Ban Francisco.
Week r Suk- '■ rwfnation SoK- I Week m
Days. [ pays. Dest iaation days. | Wf:KK
D A YS. DAYS. IJe » tlßa[lOn - DA YB. D AYR.
7:40 am 8:00 am . Novato, j 10:40 am! 8:50 am
8:30 pm 9:30 am Pftalnma, . 6:05 r»i 10:30 am
5:10 pm 6:00 pm| Santa Kosa.j 7:30 pm 6:15 pm,
Fulton,
7:40 am . Windsor, 10:3O am
Healdsbnrg,
Goyservllle,'
3:30 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:30 6:15 pm }
. j . j i>ieta, ~~~ ~~
1 Hopland A
7:40 am 8:00 am j Ukiah. 7:30 pm 6:15 pm
7:40 am ~ I 10:30 am
,8:00 am Guerneville. 7:30 pm
3:30 pm| I 1 6:15 PM
7:40 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 B:soam
s:lopm s:oopm and 6:ospm 6:15? M
I Glen Ellen. - |
7:40 am 8:00 a m l"^.-, onol 1 10:40 a m [10:30 am
3:30 pm 5:00 pm l Sebastopol. j6 . pM | 6;isrM
"^!-tnges connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs.
stages connect at Geyservllle for Skaggs Springs.
stages connect at Pieta lor Highland Springs,
Kelseyyille. Soda Bay, Lakeport.
Stages connect at Ukiah for Vichy Springs, Blue
Lakes, Upper Lake, Lakeport, Boonoville, Green-
wood, Orr's Hot Springs, Mendoclno City. I'ort
Bragg, Usal, Westport, Cahto, Willetts, Calpella,
Porno, I'ot ter Valley, John I)av's. Lively' ». Gravelly
Valley, Harris, Blocksburc, Bridgeville, Hydesville
and Eureka. • • ■
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduced
rates.
On Sundays round-trip tickets to all points b»
yond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices, corner New ' Montgomery aa4
Market streets, under the Palace Hotel.
H. O. WHITING, :'•■■: R. X. RYAN,
Gen. Manager. Oen. Pass. Agent.
<^0^ VIA
\><^SAUSALITO FERRY,
From April 21, 1895.
Leave S. F. WEEK DAYS. Arrive S. F.
7.00 a.m. Mill Yal., Ross Val., San Rf1.....
S.OOa.m. " " " SanQtn. 6.45 a.m.
9.15 a.m. " » •' ....... 7.40 a.m.
10.16 a.m. " '• «« San Qtn. 8.45 a.m.
11.45 a.m. " " " 9.40 a.m.
1.45 p.m. " " <• SanQtn. 10.45 a.m.
3.20 P.M. » » « 11.35 a.m. i
" " " San Qtn. . 1.15 p.m. f
4.15 P.M. •• •• « 3C5?.M.
5.16 p.m. " •• «• SanQtn. 4.40 p.m.
5 - sOp " " " 6.35 P.M.
6.35 p.m. •• •• " C.25P.M.
•••••••• " " " San Qtn. 7.45 p.m.
11.30 p.m. RossV?l., San Rfl., SanQtn
8.00 a.m. Caiadero and Wa7 SUtions .. ' 7*4*sp"m'
•1.45pm A " " " X8:454!ll.
•oaturdays only. x Mondays only.
SUNDAYS.
8.00 a.m. Mill Val., Ross Val., Sin Rfl., S*n Qtn
Rosa Vallev, San Rafael, San Qtn 8.15 a.m.
9.00 a.m. JIM Val., Ross Val., San Rfl., San Ctn
i6.00a.m: " " " San (to; 9.15 A.M.
10.00 a.m. •• " •' SanQtn
„ .' Ross Vtlloj, San Rafael, StnQta 10.50 a
11.00 a.m. Sansalito only
■■■•' • Sansalito and Mill Valley ll.loA.it.
11.30 a.m. Mill Valley, Ross VaUey, San Rfl
Mill Val., Ross Val., San'Rfl., San Qtn. 12.10 p.m.
12.30 p.m. " »
' " " San Qtn...". 1.05 p.m.
Mill Val., Ross Val., San Rfl 2.05 p.m.
;•■ '-"-'. " " 3.30 p.m.
1.30 p.m. " " « Bu Qtn.. 4.55 p.m.
2.15 p.m. •• «• •« • .. C.3OP.M.
4.00 p.m. „ " - » «< .. 7.20 P.M.
5.30 P.M. " " % » * '
6.45 P.M. " '« ' «• ......*' ..."*'!*
- . .". ..... Ross Valley and San Rafael .... B.ici>.M.
8.00 a.m. Point Reyts, Cazadero and Way Stas. 8.15 p.m.
B.COa.m. Point Rejes and Way Stations 7.20
t
HWTHKItX rACIFIt' (O7IPAST.
> (PACIFIC BYSTEM.)
<Tr»la« I«arc nml ni-e iliir to nrrlfr at
SAW fHtUK'IM'O.
lEave — Fr.OM April 13, 1595. — ARRIV
•«:. > «Oa SanLeandro^Hayward*& Way St'ns O:1Sa
7:00 a Atlantic Express (via Martinez and
Lathrop) Ogden k Kast 7:15 a
■"7:00 a Pott Costa and Benicia 10:45 a
•7:00 a Peters and Milton "7:15p
7:30 a San Leandro, Uaywarda Way St'ns 1015 a.
-7:30 a JCaj>a, Calistoga a-jd '.Santa Kosa:
„■•;■■."•,V acaTllle. Kspartn, Sacrameuto,
and Kedding via Davis; Martinez ■
and San Ramon 6:43p>
S:!IOa Niles, San Jose, Stockton, Zoue.
Sacramento, Marjaville, lied Bluff
and *Oroviilc 4:l»p
«:30a Port Cotsts.Bcnicia and Way SUtions 6:45p
®:OOa Han Leandro, Hayward3 k .Vay St'ns 11:45 a!
U:OO a New Orleans Kxprcss, Raymond,
(for Yoscmite). Santi ISarb&ra,
l.os Ai)£ClfS, Driniiijr. I.l J'aso,
New Orleans and Kast 5:J!»»
10:OOa San Leandro, Haywarde and Niles.." • 1:43p
. 1 3:00 m Sao Leacdro. Haywurds A Way St'ns 2:45p
l:OOr Nile*. San Jooaand Livcrmore 8:»5a.
■ ■*I:OOp Sacrimeato Kjver Bteamrrs »9:O0r
f: ::iOr Port Costa aud Way Stations tS:4»p
:t:OOp San L«anilro, Hay wards & WaySt'ns 5M5p-
-4:OOp San Leacdro, HaywiMU&WoySfns 0:43r
4:o<>r Martiuez, Sau Haiuon. ticuicia.
Vallejt). Najta, Callstoga, YA Ver-
ano and Santa ltosa 9:1oa
4:88p V.icavillc, Woodland, Knljtlits
Lantliiig, Marysvilie, Oroville »ml .
Sacramento • 11:« A.
4:30r Nile*, hau Jose, LiTerffloro and I
Stockton J'i?^
5:OOp San I^indro, Haywards Way .-Tin N:4sp l
s:oOrLos Angeles Rxpresg, IfreßiO, Kay-
inond (for Vosemltc). Uakersl;H«l.
SanU liurbara and l^s Anseles.. 10.1.1 a.
ssOOpHanl:i Fe l;onto. Atlantic J'.xpreM ■
for Mojavo and Kaft ■ *O:»»A
s:3OpKnropeau Mail (via Martine* and :
Stockton) O S Jen and ICft '"'i'.f
«:O«i» IluvMHuls, Nil. si ii«d .San Jose 4 i."1,
}O:OOrVallejo .'....; ■ ;■■•: \\ 1 8 *
6:00r Orego»i &pre4>(Tia Martinet and
Stockton) Sacramento. Marywi'to.
Ue.ldinivrortlnn.l, l.i S et Souml
7:00P Sa a n Leiiidro. 'W^^S^wSSS^ <*
1M»»I- San Lcacdrcs \US™d* i^ayl Stn sit "f o©*0 ©*
ftH:l">p S^il^amlro.H»y"-''"b&^ay btns '7:la\
SANTA \ Itl'/ lUVI^H> (Narrow bniim-i.
J7:43a Sunday Kxcuntenfor Jcwjft, Baa
Jose. Los Gatos, H- t^:i and Santa .
Cru*" • ••••■•• •«• JS:»5f
• : uVivr.!fivi!lf,S3ii.loBe,Fcltoii,
BonldcrCreck.SantaCruiaiKlWay -
'.I,:: sutioiw ■■;•"■••••• ........ a»3Op
•a:3sp Kewark. Centcrvllle, San , .lose. Now
Aliniulcii. Fclton, lioultlcr Creek,
Santa Crur. and Principal Way
Stations ....r... ....... «ll:204
4;lBi' Newark Saii.loao. !■<" «iatua.... .. . . 9:30 a
' (jiMST^IH V I >ION (I'liiril * lo»iiK»titl Sis.)
6-45 a Han .lose. - s ' t:n ' Almatlcii and Way ■ "
SUtloiw...'. .'..;.. "."..'..... . 1:4S«
N:l sa San 3(*9, 'J'rcs I'iiio.i. Smita Cruz,
Tarillo OrOT*. l*a«o Roblcs, - San
liiiin OUiapo and J'riiiciiml Way
Stations .".......". 7:o!sf
IO:IOa San Joto wiU Wmjr sutions s:t»Cp
|I>4Sa P*lo Alto aud Way Stations S:3op
»2:2«»r San Jooe, <";i!ri.y. Tres Pinos, Santa
Cm/. Salinas.Monterey and Pact lie
Un>T« # 1O:4Oa.
•:i::ior PaM.li«!s<> and Principal Way Stations 0:47 a
•4:2.1 p I'alo Al.'oaml Way Statious- *8:OOa,
BilOi- Ji'seand Woj Stations •8:48*
O:.1Op Vn)n Alto and AVay Stations O:H5a
jl l rl.ir Pnli' Altonn.l Pilncipal Way Statloos I?iitBp
, CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
ma SIN FRINCISCO— Foot of Hirfcrt Strtet (Slip 8)—
•7:00 8:00 f i»:'»0 «ll):00 11:00 a.m.
•12:30 tl:00 *2:30 3:CO «l:00 6.09
. •8:C0 <*.M . . . . • . ■
turn O.\SUND-Foot or Broadv*;.— *G:00 «7:0O
6:00 *9.00 10:00 •11:00 A.M.. t12:03
• •12:30 3:00' *3:00 I.CO "8:00 P.M.
A for Morning. ■ ■ F- for Afternoon. :
• Bnnilnv* p%.-i-|.t«>,i \ Saturdays only,
t Thursdays only. I Sundays only.
it Monday. Thursday Bid Saturday nights only. '
ATMTIC AID PACIFIC RAILROAD.
SANTA FE ROUTE,
rp RAINS I.KAVK AND ARHIVB AT BAN
; X tranclsco (Marltct-st. Ferry):
I)ah\ N I MARCH 11, 1893. " ( AHRtva
"*"'■ i \ Daily.
'6:00 r..Fast KzprMSTUI Moiavp . ' '•" io-l5
8:00 .Atlantic Kxpross vl» Los Ang«l«a'.*. 5-45 ■
Tlck«» OUice-650 M»rk*t st.. Chronicle buu*
tot.a.r. „-; C H. SPEERS,

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