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SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
The other cereals unchanged.
Hay sells well.
Beans very dull.
Old Potatatoos disappearing.
New Potatoes lower.
Onions dull and weak.
Butter and Cheese weak.
Eggs slowly rising.
strinc Beans cheaper.
Short fruit crop promised.
Eirst Raspberries appeared.
Hides continue firm.
(■odd Naval Oranges scarce.
Increased revenue collections.
TVEATHEH IUKKAU REPORT.
United States Department of Acßicn^
TfRE. WEATHKR KrHKAf, SAN* FBANCISCO,
May 9, 1895. 5 r. m.—Weather conditions and
general forecast: The pressure has continued to in
crease in Washington, where it is now more than
half an inch above rhe normal. It is rising v.-ry
rapidly in Nevada. Idaho and Utah, accompanied
by a sharp fall in temperature in Utah and Western
Nevada, and producing conditions which will cause
killintr frost in Utah tO-nlght. In California the
temperature has continued nearly stationary, ex
cept in the coast and western portion, where it has
risen from 10 to 20 degs. The temperature will
continue to rise in the interior of the State Friday
. and Saturday. A very high north wind has pre
vailed throughout the interior of the northern por
tion of the State, reaching forty-four miles per
h6ur at Sacramento and thirty-six miles at Red
Bluff. This has blown the water upon the shore
at Sacramento, so that the gauge at noon read 24:8
feet, a rise of a foot since yesterday. It must be
washing levees nnd embankments. Wind will not
be as high Friday.
The following are seasonal rainfalls to date as
compared with those of the same date last year:
Eureka 41.76. last year 52.22: Ked Bluff 28.40,
last year 19.70; Sacrameiito 23.90, last year
14.19: San Francisco 26.41, last year 16.60;
Fresno 14.14. last year 6.27: I,os Angeles 15.86.
last, year 6.53: San Diego 11.56, last, year 4.09;
' Yuma 2.97, last year 2.16 inches.
San Francisco data— Maximum temperature 79
deg., minimum 52 deg., mean 66 deg.
i orecast made at san Francisco for thirty hours
• ending midnight May 10. 1895:
For Northern California — Fair: warmer, except
nearly stationary temperature during Friday along
the southern and central coasts, becoming cooler
Friday evening; brisk northerly winds.
For Southern California — Fair: nearly station
ary temperature, except somewhat warmer on the
southern coast ; fresh northerly wind. v-:?''\
For Nevada— Fair; warmer Friday; frost to
For Utah— Fair; warmer Friday; severe frosts
For Arizona— nearly stationary tempera
San Francisco and vicinity — Fair; continued
warm during Friday; brisk northerly winds.
W. li. Hammox, Forecast Oilicial.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
. NEW YORK. N. V.. May 9.-Speculatlon on the
Stock Exchange to-day opened strong and active,
the trading continuing very heavy throughout the
day, and bringing the aggregate of the sales up to
the unusually large total of about 465.000 shares.
During the first quarter of an hour the market ad
vanced on good buying, a large proportion of which
was for the foreign account. Realizations caused a
reaction of a fraction, the degression lasting for an !
nour, when the purchasing movement was re- i
newed, the coal stocks taking the lead in the ad
The upward movement was very general a,nd
• was not checked until about delivery hour, when :
sales to take the profits accruing irom this rise
caused a reaction of a fraction generally, 1 per
■ cent in sugar and 1%4 in Delaware and Lacka
wanna. In the latter trading speculation again ;
came into good tone with a partial rally, and the I
■ market closed strong, in most cases prices showing |
The bond trading to-day, as yesterday, was ;
very strong and animated. The sales were $4,451.- j
000", of which ?689,000 were Texas and Pacific j
seconds. Government bonds strong; State bonds i
dull; railroad bonds strong. Petroleum strong, .
closed $1 80 bid.
The Evening Post says: On May 1 sight sterling :
bills sold at $4 89%. To-day sales were made at ,
54 87%, and indications point to still lower rates .
to-morfow. The sharp break, according to promi- !
nent dealers, is due to sell bills against the pur-, !
chases of securities for foreign account within the
past three months. More than $20,000,000 in bonds j
have been placed in large biocks in that period, I
and it has been current gossip that besides these |
purchases every available steamer has. taken
$1,000,000 to |2,000,000 in scattered blocks Of i
bonds within the last two months. So far this ;
week the purchases of stock on arbitrage for foreign j
account amounts to over 100,000 shares, and there ;
have also been heavy purchases of bonds by i
foreign houses. One of the most prominent
dealers in foreign exchange to-day said: "Within j
the last three months Europe has taken $100,000,- \
000 of our securities."
Grain and Merchandise*
Wheat— May. 67% c
Petroleum— Higher; United closed $1 SO bid.
' Plgiron — Firm ; Scotch, f19#20; American, '
*9 50@12 50.
Copper— Firm: brokers' price, 59*8 ; exchange
price, $101 0@10 25.
L#ad— Strong: brokers' price, $2 95; exchange !
price, 93 05(a3 07%.
Tin— Steady; straits, $14 80@14 85; plaws about j
Spelter— Firm: domestic. $3 30@3 35.
Saleson 'Change— 2s tons May tin, $14 75; 15 !
tons do. $14 80: 5 tons do cash do. $14 85.
Coffee— Options opened dull at unchanged prices, I
closed steady, sto 15 points advance. Sales, 7750
bags, including: May, $14 30@14 35; June, *14 25;
July. $14 60: August. $14 55; September, $14 50.
Spot Coffee — Rio-.dnil; No. 7, 16c; mild, quiet;
Cordova, quiet, 183/4©l9c.
sales-500 bags No. 3, 143/ic; BSOO Maracalbo
And 1400 Central American p. : t.
Sugar— Steady: fair refining, 2%c; Centrifugal
96 test, 3Vic; refined firm.
CHICAGO, 111., May 9.— Wheat opened strong
Bt 63c bid for July, compared with 62% c at tne ;
close yesterday, and It continued firm with an ad
vancing tendency all forenoon, selling upto63 l .
and maintaining itself near the" top most of the
time. It did react about 11 o'clock to 63y B e, but ;
that reaction was taken advantage of by the early
buyers to take more, and it had another spurt to
63% c before 12 o'clock. . It was claimed that a '
considerable line of short wheat was covered for a ;
heavy local bear speculator. Numerous reports
from various sections of the winter wheat belt re- :
ceived here to-day would almost lead to the con
clusion that a disaster to the cro:> was threatened,
ana this, together with much smaller receipts
■added to the strength. Although the continental
closing cables came weak and lower the market
ruled strong to the close on the domestic situation.
July closed at 643,4 c
The corn market was tirm but encountered much
' opposition from houses which handle the cash grain. j
The receipts were 109 cars this mornins ia place of 1
.85 as estimated, and . for to-morrow 21 cars are \
estimated. The opening price for July was 51V 8 c
and 61Vic simultaneously, reacted to 50% c, ad
vanced to 6214 c, closing at siys@sl^£c.
Business in oats was of only fair volume and
fluctuations were left to follow the other grains.
July ranged from 28 -se to 2S*gc, resting at 28% c.
Provisions were firmer, but did not gain in actlv
. ity, although making a slight' improvement in
price in sympathy with corn. Compared with yes
terday's close, September pork is about 5c hisher
and July unchanged. Lard is 7%c hicher.for both
July and September, and ■ ribs are np 7%c for July
and 5c for September. .. ,~ .
Wheat No. 2— Highest. Lowest. I
May 633»c 62c
July 64:- c 63c
September. 65c 63% c
Corn No. 2—
May 51c ' SOV4c
July 513/ c 50% c
September .'6l%c ' 61c
Mess Pork per bbl— — - -
July $12 2O $12 00
September $12 40 $12 20
' Lard per 100 lbs—
Ju1y..... $6 75 86 67%
September 86 90 $6 82%
short Ribs per 100 los— • '
July f620 $6 07% !
. beptember. $632% $622%
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour, firm;
Winter Patents, $3 10@3 40; Winter Straights,
*2 90#3 15: Bakers', $1 S."'a2 40: Spring Patents,
53 20(3^ 25: Spring Straights, $2 40&3 25: No.
2 Spring Wheat. <S7s 8 c: ■ No. 3 Spring Wheat.
67c: No. 2 Red, 633^0: No. 2 Corn. SIVsC; No. 2
0at5,28%c:N0.2 White.323 / 4@33i4c: N0.3 White,
31Si<£32^c; No. 2Rye,'62c: No. Barley, 61%/ a \
62c: No.' "3. 60@52c: No. 4, 50c: No. 1 Flax I
Seed, $1 46; Prime Timothy Seed, $5 25; Mess I
Pork, %» bbl., $12@12 12%: Lard, r 100 tt.5.,?6 65: ]
Short Ribs, Sides (loose), $6.03@6 10: Dry Salted |
Shoulders t boxed). ?s*' (as%: *bort Clear Sides
(boxed), $6*/ B <£6%; Whisky, distillers' finished i
goods. 1» *al., $1 22; Sugar, cut loaf. 4.90 c: granu- '
lated, 4.25 c; standard A. 4.12% c.
. On the Produce Exchange to-day the Bnttermar- i
ket was firm Creameries, 10@16c; ■> Dairies, ■
&@lsc Eggs, steady. 11%® 12c
The cattle supply continues light, only about
9000 head arriving here to-day, against 14,500 for |
the corresponding day of 1894. Few sales of na
tive steers are made under I *4 60 and the offerings
are moving off freely ! to-day at $4 25@6 for lots |
weighing from 900 to 1550 lbs. There were sales
of Western weighing from 900 to 1100 B>s at $4@ ,
4 65 and choice Westerns were held at $5 50<3,
5 60. Batchers' and canners' staff was fainy ;
active, cows selling at $1 75@4 85. chiefly at ?2 50
(24 4I Bulls sold at $2 75'» i 75: veal calves of j
the right kind touud buyers at *3 50@5 26. being i
25<5,50c ICO lbs higher than last week; grass 1
Texans $3 25<*3 75. .
At the st en business wu dull ia the bo? max&et* l
out holders were firm and the buying became
much better. The bulk of the transactions were
$4 55@4 70: heavy hojjs, $4 25@4 77y a : light and
mixed weights, $4 25(3,4 60; pigs, $4(g,4 25; culls,
Sheep— Prices firmer under continued good de
mand from local firms: natives, $2 25@4 65:
Westerns, #SiOi4 55; lambs, $3 50@5 75, mo of
the lambs being Mexicans.
1 For spring lambs weighing 50 pounds $6@6 25
were the ruling prices.
Receipts — Cat tie,. 9000; calves, 900; hogs,
23,000; sheep, 11,000. : ; , :]
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALES.
CHICAGO, 111., May 9.— The Earl Fruit Com
pany sold California Cherries to-day at the fol
lowing prices: Fancy Black Tartarian, $2 50;
some Tartarian and Purple Guinge arrived soft and
had to be sold for lower prices. Weather to-aay
O3IAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET.
OMAHA, Nkhh., May 9. — Receipts,
600. Maraac steady. Steers, VS 75@5 65: bulk,
$4 50@5; cows and heifers, $1 50(c>4; bulk, $2 50®
3 50; stockersaud feeders, i? 2 30(a4 50. . -- , ,
STOCKS IN LONDON.
NEW YORK, N. V., May 9.— The Evening
Post's London cablegram says: The decrease in
the coin and bullion in the Bank of England this
week was entirely due to cash gone into home
circulation, the external movement of gold for the
week being only 5000 pounds sent to Brazil and
5000 imDonea from Paris.
The stock markets were strong to-day. The
Kaffir fever is abating and a healthy activity is
appearing over all departments. Americans were
active and buoyant. The German buying was very
large and the rise both in bonds and shares very
general. After ■ reaction prices closed at the best.
Norfolks alone were weak on strike news. Judg
ing from the increase In business and the enormous
shipments of stocks arriving by each mail money
is likely to be much wanted 111 the American
department for the next account. American gold
bonds are being largely bought by insurance offices.
There is a famine here In investment securities.
Argentine stocks are booming on the President's
message. There was further excited rise in copper.
United States loan was at lOVsc premium.
LONDON SHEEPSKIN SALES.
LONDON, May 9.— At the sheepskin sales to-day
5683 bales were offered. There was a good at
tendance, and the demand was strong, and almost
everything sold. Combings were Vs® 1 /*'*
higher, and clothing showed Vsd higher and cross
breeds yifl advance.
New South Wales— 337 bales clothing and comb-
Queensland— B33 bales; clothing and combing,
Victoria— lS7s bales; clothing and combing,
South Australia— l3s4 bales; clothing and comb
Swan River— 6s4 bales; clothing and combing,
Tasmania— 298 bales; clothing and combing,
2 1 .i&7^d. '__
LONDON WOOL SALES.
LONDON, Eko., May 9.— At the Wool auction
sales to-day 14,580 bales were offered, of which
2000 were withdrawn. Competition was very brisk
for better grades of tine wool at extreme prices.
The purchases were chiefly for Yorkshire and Ger
many and a few were for America.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Bonds, Exchange, Money and Railroad
Money on call easy at l 1^^; last loan 1%%;
closed IVsX- Prime mercantile paper, 3^4%%.
: Sterling exchange was weak, with actual busi
| ness in bankers' bills at $4 88@4 851.4 for demand
I and S4 87@4 871^ for sixty days. Posted rates,
$4 -" -^1 SSVs and $4 ; -(0,4 9t>i... commercial
bills, f 4 86. Silver certificates, 67@6734c.
Atchison Northern Pacific... 5%
Adams Express 145 j Preferred 2S'
AHon.Terre Haute. 46 Vis 'U. P. Den. & Gulf.. 6" /8
Preferred Northwestern SSV's
American Express.ll3 j Preferred 141 2
American Tobacco. 105V2 N. Y. Central HX/S^
Preferred 109 N. Y. & New Eng.. 43
Baltimore <£ Ohio. . sy3i Ontario d: Western IS%
Bell Telephone 194Vj Oregon Improvmt. 10%
Canada Pacific 50V: Oregon Navigation 22
Canada Southern.. 64S /g Oregon Short Line. 7%
Central Pacitic IS l a Pacific Mail 27%
Ches. &Ohio 223/g Peoria D. <& Evans. 5« 4
Chicago Alton. 150 |Pittsburg 157
Chicago, B. <tQ.... Pullman Palace.. .. 173y 3
ChicasoGas '■ 3 ' Reading 18fys
Consolidated Ga5... 142% Richmond Termini
C. C. C. vt st. Louis 445 V Preferred
■ Colo. Coal & Iron.. 6'- RioGrande&Westn 16
: Cotton Oil Cert . 29%! Preferred 40
I Del. Hudson Rocklsland 6Sy
Del.Lack&Westernl6l% St. L. <fc Ist pf .
, Denver &R.G.pfd. 4 6 Vi ! Paul 66V4
i Distillers.. 20Vsi Preferred 119%
1 East Tennessee.... j St. Paul <fc Omaha. 36%
! Erie 13y ; Preferred 112
i Preferred. 27% Southern R. ±t 14%
Fort Wayne 157 | Preferred 40i 8
Great Northern pfdlO9 St. P. M. & M 11l
Chicago E 111 pfd 99% Southern Pacific... 20
1 Hocking Valley 265 8 Sugar Rehnery. 114%
i Illinois Central 94% Term. Coal A. Iron. 243/ g
St Paul Duluth.. 26 ; Texas Pacific HVs
Kansas & Texaspf. 82%jT01. <fc O. Cen. pfd.. 78
Lake Erie dtWestn -.'07 8 Union Pacific 16Vi
Preferred 77% U. S. Express 38
LakeSbore. 1433^ Wab. s. L. <t Pac.. 73,4
Lead Trust 391/4 Preferred. 17"^
Louisville * Nash. 59 jWells-Fargo 105
Louisville ANewAl 10 j Western Union.... 93
1 Manhattan Consol. 483 4 Wheeling A L.E... 13%
Memphis <fc Charts. 10 | Preferred 44
, Michigan central.. Loo4WMlnn.&Bt. Louis.. 32%
! Mexican Central... 12Vs'Denver A R10G.... 14%
Missouri Pacitic 29 General Electric... S3", 8 i
i Mobile Ohio 2014' National Linseed.. 243 i
i Nashville Chatt.... 69 Colo. Fuel & Iron.. 25
National Cordage.. 6*4; Preferred 65
Preferred... \ 10 ' H. * Texas Cent... 1%
N. J. Central 98%iTol.A. A.&N.MiCh» 2V*
! Norfolk <fc" West pf. 17 iToI.St.LouIs&K.C H
' North American... 53' 8 j Preferred. 13
U S 4s, registered.. l 22y 2 Cen Pac lsts of '9s.lo2
Do. coupon 122% Den <t RG 7s 112%
U B 6s. registered. .lls34J Do. 4s. 86
Do, 5s coupon — 115i 8 Erie 65%
Do, 4s registered. 112%: GH& S A 65....' 99'
Do, 4s coupon 118 ' j Do. 7s. 101
Do. 2s registered. 97 H «fc Tex Cent 55... 107
Pacific 65 0f '95... 100 ■ Do.bs. 101
Ala,ClassA 107 MX T first 87
Do, Classß. 106 I Do, second 45. ... 59%
Do, Class C Mutual Union 69.. .109
Do, Currencies... 96%NJ Cent (ien 65... 104
La, New Consols 4s 94 Northern Pac 15t5.116%
Missouri 65.... .....100 I Do, 2ds. 99%
Jf Carolina 6s 124 Northwest Consols. 1
Do, 4s 103 I Do, SF deb 55... 107
Non-fund 1% R Grande West, lsts 72%
Term new set 6s. .. 84 Sr. Paul Consols 75. 127 '
Do, 55«.. 100 Do, C &PW 55. .113
Do, 35..... jStL&lronMtGen 6s 79%
i Term old 6s 60 St.L. <fc S.F.Gen 65.106
: Va Centuries. 59%' Southern R. R. 55.. 93
Do. deferred 6 iTexas Pacific firsts. 90%
Atchison 4s 73^ Texas Pac seconds. 30V4
i)o. A 24V Union Paclstof '97.los
' Canada South 2d5..103»x 1 West Shore 4s. 105%
, FOREIGN MARKETS.
WHEAT I>" I.rVERPOOL.
LIVERPOOL. Exo., May 9.— The spot market
Is quiet at 5s 3d. Cargoes are steady at 26s iy
• rxrrcßEs. ■
The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations ■ for No. 2 Red Winter:
April, 5s l%d; May, 5s 134 d; June, 5s 2i,4d: July,
5s 234 d; Angust, 5s S^4d.
■ LONDON, Ese., May Consols, 106 3-16;
811ver,30%; French Rentes, 102f85c
. PORTLAND, Ob., May 9— Exchanges, «230,
--258: balances, f58,470.
- Wheat— Walla Walla, 48@48%c f* bushel; Val
ley, 50c f» bushel. >
EXCHANGE AND BULLION.
Sterling Exchange, 60 days — ' f4 88
Sterling Exchange,- sight — 4 69
i New York Exchange, sight — 02%
New York Exchange, telegraphic. — 06
Fine Silver, spot, ounce — ' 66 3 4
Fine Silver, SO days — 60%
Mexican Dollars 63 63%
INTERNAL REVENUE COLXECTIONS.
Internal revenue collections In this district dur
ing the first four months of 1895 were $ 486,071,
against f 446,721 for the same period in 1894,
WHEAT AND OTHER * GRAINS.
WHEAT— There is considerable talk abont sales
of the celebrated '•syndicate Wheat," but as the
syndicate continues its policy of keeping Its busi
ness to itself, little or nothing definite can be ascer
tained about its transictions. The market was
quiet aTI around yesterday morning, despite a jump
; of over 2c. at Chicago. This market does not re
spond to advances elsewhere at tne moment, be
cause whenever Wheat advances abroad local
freights immediately go up, thus checking the nor
mal sympathetic advance here. No. 1. 87%@S83ic
r ctl; choice. 90c; lower grades. 80«85c; extra
choice tor milling, 92%@97%c fS ctl.
CALL BOABD SALES.
iNyosiiAL Sessiojt — 10 o'clock— December—
I SO© tons. 97% c -■ ....
. Rkgulab M..RNixs Bj»srox — December—
! tons, 97% c; 500, 97»ic; 2000. 97% c. May-200,
afternoon Session — December — 400 tons.
ss& 900, 98c: 1700, 97t sC . seller '85, new
storage paid— 3Oo. 95c.
BARLEY— .Steady and unchanged. Feed, 62%
mbe for ordinary and 66y*&67%c j* cUforcholcl
bright: Brewing, 70<a,S0c >• ctl.
CALL BOABD SALXS.
IxroKif al Srssios -10 o'clock — December—
100 teas, 67 V*c; 100, e.78/ s c; SOO, 67^c -■
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1595.
Rf.gtti.ar Mobxinq Skssion — December— loo
tons, 67% c: 300, 67'/4c Slay— 2oo, 64% c.v
ArTEKNOON Skssion — December — 100 tons,
68c; 500, 68y 8 c: 100 68y±c; 200, 68% c; 1100,
6gs/ c. May— 4oo, 65c.
OATS— and in good demand. Milling quot
able at $107y 2 @l 17V 2 $'ctl; fancy Feed. $1 02%
@107% fl ctl; good to choice. 92%c@$l f> ctl;
common to fair, 85<g,90c; Red, $1 15<a»l 20: Gray,
Ssc<a.?l 02V a ; Surprise, $1 07y 2 @l ITMs 1* ctl. - -
COKN —Is quiet and easy at the i decline.
Large Yellow Is quotable at $1 10@l 12y 2 ctl;
Small Round Yellow, $1 10@l 12%'% ctl; White,
$1 10@l 15 ctl. - -■ •
RYE— BS@B7y 2 c IS ell.
BUCKWHEAT— XomInaI at 90c@$l 10 ? ctl.
FLOUR AND MILLSTUFFS. ,
FLOUR-Net cash prices are: Family extras,
$3 40@3 50 f> bbl; Bakers' extras, $3 30@3 40;
superfine, $2 25@2 50 $ bbl.
MILLSTUFFS— Ryt Flour, 3y 3 "® tt>: Rye Meal,
3c; Graham Flour. 3c: oatmeal, 4y±c; Oat Groats,
6c; Cracked Wheat, 3Vac: Buckwheat Flour, 4%c;
Pearl Barley, 4i/4@4%c i* lb; Rice Meal, $12@15
CORNMEAL, ETC.— Table Meal, 3@33 ic; Feed
Corn, $24 50@25: Cracked Corn, $25@25 50^. ton;
Hominy, 4Vs@43j k tb
HAY AND FEEDSTUFF 3.
BRAN-sl3 60@14 50 If* ton.
MIDDLINGS— SI7@I9 ton. . '
FEEDSTUFF 3 — Ground and rolled Barley,
$14 50@15: Oilcake M«il at the mill, $25 pS ton;
Cottonseed Oilcake. $24 '?. ton.
riAV — Continues to sell well. Wheat, $8@
1150; Wheat and Oat,$8(£ll : Barley, $7<£B 50: Oat.
*K(a.lO 50: Alfalfa, $6 50<*8 50; Clover, .57(3*8;
Compressed, $B<<il« 50; Stock, $6@7 %*- ton.
STRAW— 4O@BSc "0 bale.
BEANS AND SEEDS,
BEANS— Are weak and very dull. Bayos, $1 50@
1 80; Small Whites, $2 55@2 65; Pea,s2 60@2 70:
Large Whites, $2 65@2 65 ctl; Pink, $1 50®
1 65: Reds.sl6o@l7s;Blackeye, $325@3 50: Red
Kidney, nominal; Limas. $4 60@4 65; Butters, $2
(S2 25* for small and $2 25@2 60 r 4 ctl for large.
SEEDS— Yellow Mustard, $1 75@2 1* ctl: Trieste,
$15Ofol75; Native Brown, $1 25(ail 75: Flax,
$2 25@2 50: Canary, 3@4c %* lb; Alfalfa, 7@7%c;
Rape, 134@2i±c; Hemp, 3@3%c fi lb.
DRIED PEAS— Split Peas, 4<s4» / £c; Green Peas,
nominal; Niles, $1 25@1 35; Blackeye, nominal.
POTATOES, ONIONS, VEGETABLES.
POTATOES— of old Potatoes are now
confined to two or three varieties. Receipts of new
were 1344 sacks, selling at 65@S5c: River Reds, 25
@30c; Petalumaand Tomales Burbanks, 40@50c;
uregon Burbanks, 60@90c ■? ctL
ONIONS— New KeU, 40@60c %S sack; ojd Onions,
VEGETABLES— A decline in Bears was about
the only change yesterday. Hothouse Cucumbers,
50@75c f! doz. Arrivals were 740 bxs Asparagus,
271 bxs Rhubarb and 408 sks Peas. Asparagus, 50c
@S1 '-'5 9 box for ordinary and $ 1 60@2 ft box for
choice; Rhubarb, 25@35c fl box for ordinary and
40@50c for choice: Green leas, $I@l 25 V sk for
common and 2@3c for Garden : String Beans. 4@6c
for Los Angeles, 6@9c for Vacaville and 6@loc
for Golden Wax; Dried Okra. 15c % lb; Dry Pep
pers, 12y>@15c; Cabbage, 75c tj» ctl; Feed Car
rots, 30@40c; Garlic. 10@12%c V lb.
BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS.
BUTTER— and plentiful.
Cbeaxeby- Fancy, 12%@13c; seconds, ll@l2c
Dairy— 10%@llc; good to choice, 9@
10c; medium grades, b@By 2 c ?- lb; store Butter,
7@7y c f. lb.
CHEESE— Fancy mild new, 6@7c *£ lb; common
to good, 4@sy>c; Young America, s@Bc; Eastern,
12%'dl4y>c, latter figure for cream; Western, B<g)
9c f* Tb.
EGGS— Dealers report a firm market with ready
I sales. Duck Eggs. 14@16c; store Eggs, 12@12y c;
ranch Eggs, 13@15c «* doz.
POULTRY AND GAME.
POULTRY— small Broilers cannot be sold.
They are frequently shipped in too small. Geese are
dull and lower. We quote California stock: Live
Turkeys, 11@ 13c for Gobblers; ll@l3c %» lb for
Hens: Geese, '$ pair, $1 25: Goslings, $150@2;
Ducks. $4@5 "$ dozen for old and $5@7 50 for
young: Hens. $4 50@6 %l dozen; Roosters, young,
$7 60@10 9 doz; do, old, $6@5 60 f< doz; Fry
ers, $i @7 50 1H dozen ; Broilers, $5(&6 for large
and -i 4 for small; Pigeons, $1 75(5,2 for young
and $ 2@2 25 for old.
DECIDUOUS AND CITRUS FRUITS.
ORCHARD FRUITS— the season advances it
becomes more apparent that almost all crops of
Deciduous Fruits except Peaches and Apples will be
short.Cberries.Apricots and Plums are known to be
light. " Arrivals of Cherries were 625 boxes, selling
at 35@50c for red and white and 60c&?l 25 $ box
BERRIES— The first Raspberries of the season
are in from F. Meyers, San Leandro, selling at 76c
"f 1 ! basket. Currants brought 60c box. Goose
berries are dull at 20®30c V drawer for common,
3c "fi B> for Oregon Improved and 4c for English.
Receipts of Strawberries were 441 chests, selling at
s<a,B for-Longworths and $3@5 V- chest for large
berries. . '"
. CITKUS FRUlTS— Strictly fine Navels are scarce
and firm. California Navels are quotable at $1 50
@2 75 : Seedlings, 60c@$l 25; Sicily Lemons, $4
> "p box: California Lemons, $l(dl 75 for com
mon and f'_'@2 50 for good to choice: Mexican
Limes, .f%:* 50 f 1 box: Bananas, $1 25@2 %»
bunch ; Pineapples, nominal.
DRIED FRUITS, RAISINS, NUTS, ETC.
DRIED FRUITS— Prunes, 4 sizes, 4&4% c; larger
sizes. 4 /4@sc: smaller sizes, 2@Sc: Apples, 4©
4 %c for sliced and 6@5%c for evaporated ;Bleached
Peaches, 4%@6c: Apricots, s(g,t>c for fair to choice
and 7@7%c for fancy Moorpark: Pears, 4<0,4i 2 c
for evaporated nalves, 3@4c for quarters and iy 2 *
2c for inferior goods; Plums, 3@3%c for pitted
and l%c'for unpitted: Firs, black, 3%c-for
pressed and 2@2Kc for unpressed.
KAISINS AND DRIED GRAPES — Raisins—
four-crown, loose, are quotable at 3y2C fi lb: three
crown. 2yoc f* lb; 2-crown, 2o fi lb: seedless
Sultanas, 3c p lb: seedless Muscatels, 2c fi lb;
3-crown London layers, $1 35^1 45 t* box; clusters,
f2 25(g.2 75: Dehesa clusters, f2 50; Imperial
clusters, ?3 50; Dried Grapes— iy3@l»4c ?> lb.
1 NUTS— Chestnuts are quotable at 3@sc f! lb;
: Walnuts, 7@9%c for paper-shell and softshell, aud
6@7c for hardshell: Almonds, 2@2%c for hard
shell, and s@6c lb for softshell, and for
paper-shell; Peanuts, s@t>c for Eastern and 4@
4y»c for California; Hickory Nuts, 5«6c; Pecaus,
6c for rough and 8c for polished: Filberts, 8/«9c :
Brazil Nuts, 7@7%c "$ lb; Cocoanuts, $4 50id,5 50
■ HONEY— Comb, 6<a,loc: water-white extracted,
6*4@>7c: light amber extracted, sVifet>Vic; dark
amber. 4y»(g,sc*o lb.
BEESWAX— 2S@27c f> lb.
CURED MEATS— quotable at 9@9%c for
heavy andlOc for light medium: 10% c for light, 11
©lliAc for extra light and 12y @15c for sugar
curea; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams,l2%c -.California
±jar=3, ii-v^c;' Aiess iJeer,' 9V(a>/ oO V bbl; extra
mess do, 88@8 50; family do. f 10; extra prime
Pork, - f 9 50 t& bbl; extra clear, fl7 50@18 '3 bbl;
mess, f 15@15 50 'H bbl; Smoked Beef, Sy-j^lOc
LaßD— Eastern, tierces, 6*4@7c "$ ib for com
pound and 83/4 C 1* lb or pure; pails, 9%c; Cali
fornia tierces, 6c for compound and 8c for pure;
half-bbls, By e; 10- tins, B%c * lb; do 5-ft>,
9c c* lb.
COTTOLENE— in tierces and B»4@
B%c f* lb in 10- tins.
HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL AJJD HOPS.
HIDES AND SKINS — Heavy salted steers,
8c lb; medium, 7c $ lb; light, 6@6y c; Cow
hides, 6@6i<!C lb; salted Kip, s<a;6c; salted Calf,
S 9c: salted veaj, 6@7c; dry hides, usual selec
tion, 12c: ary Kip, 10c f> lb: dry Calf, 12@13c;
imme Goatskins, 20(£35c each: Kids, 6c: Deer-
SKlns. good summer, 30c lb: medium, 15<£25c;
winter, 10@15c; Sheepskins, shearlings, 10®20c
each; short wool, 25(g,35c each; medium, 30(0>45c
each; long wool, 4C<a,tiOc each; Culls of all kinds
about i-jc less. -
TALITOW— 1 rendered, 4i4@4y c: country
TaUow, 4@4i4c; refined, 6c: Grease. 3@3y 2 c ?! lb.
WOOL — Quotations for the spring clip are:
Choice Northern, 10@llc f, Ib;"San Joaquin,
year's staple, 6©7 c lb; do, seven months', 6^
8c: Calaveras and Foothill, 8@10c; Nevada, 7©9 c
HOPS— Good to choice, 4@6c fi lb; inferior and
old Hops, 2@3c
GENERAL 3IERCHANDISE. .
BAGS— SaIe on Call of 100,000 Calcuttas, buyer
May, at 45 c. Calcutta Grain Bags, 4^' ®4%c ex
ship and 4fjic for June and July delivery; Wool
Wellington, $8: New Wellington, ?8;
Southfleld Wellington, f 7 60: Coos Bay, $5; Walls
end, f 7 50: Scotch, fS:Brymbo. $7 60 -.Cumberland,
fl3 60 in Dnlk and 515 in sacks: Pennsylvania
Antnracite Egg, f 12: Welsh Anthracite Egg, $9;
Cannel, $8: itock Bpring3, Castle Gate and Pleas
ant Valley, $7 60; Coke, $12 in bulk and $14 in
sacks. . ■ , • •'-...• .
SUGAR— The Western Sugar Refining Company
quotes, terms net cash: Cube, Crashed. Powdered
and Fine Crushed, all 514 c: Dry Granulated, sVgc;
Confectioners' A, sc: Magnplia A. 45gc; Extra
C. 4. c; Golden C. 414 c: D. 4c: half barrels 14c
more than barrels, and boxes %c more.
SAN FRANCISCO MEAT MARKET.
WhotosaJe rat«s dressed stock from slaughter
ers are asfollowg: .
BEEF-Flrst quality, 5%©6 c: cholee. 6%c; sec
ond quality, 4Vs@sc: third do, 3@4c f> lb. '
• VEAL— Large, 4@sc; small, 6&7 c "$ lb. -
MUTTON— Wethers, 4#sc: Ewes, 4©4% c » ft.
LAMB— Spring, lb. - "
PORK— Live Hosts. 3c fS lb for soft, 4@4%c
W ft for hard and 33.i@4c f* lb for feeders; dressed
do, sfe7c ii ft. • .
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
THURSDAY, May 9.
Flour.qr. sks .14.516Rr*n, sks 1.183
Wheat, ctls.. 90.229 Middlings, 5k5..... 298
Barley, ctls 970 Hay, tons. 430
Oats,ctls..... l,l7OMnstard, 5t5....../ 450
Beans, sks. ... 19. W001, bi5..... 310
Rye, ct15...... 61&QnIcksilver, flasks 50
Potatoes, aks_.... 2,303 Hides, no 1.697
Onions, 5ka........ 230 Wine, gala...:. 103 980
THE STOCK MAEKET.
Stocks continued vtfe* • yesterday ana - prices
showed no noteworthy variation from those ruling
the preceding day. ; . •
'• NOTES. :
The following Oificial reports have been placed
Challenge.— West crosscut from top of raise
from the surface tunnel Is out 15 feet. The face
shows quartz having no value. ■
Crown. Point.— The raise from the east crosscut
from the 700 level, south lateral drift, Is now up 63
feet, having been advanced 14 feet since last re
port. The top is in a formation composed of por
phyry and low-grade quartz. The west crosscut on
the 700 level, 37 feet south of east crosscut 2, is
out 83 feet, having been driven 27 feet for the
week. The face is in a mixture of quart t and por
phyry of no value. The stopes present no material
change since last report. On the floors from the
fifth floor, above the 700 level to the twelfth floor,
We quartz is taking a more southerly direction as
they advance south, but appears to cut off in going
up under a clay lying flat under the track floor of
the 600 level. From the various openings they
have extracted during the past week and shipped
to the Brunswick mill for reduction 306 tons of
ore, the average battery sample of which was S9 93,
of which $8 78 was gold.
BEicnEK.-On the 300 foot level the joint
Belcher and Seg. Belcher drift is in 195 feet from
the shait. The face shows porphyry. Have
hoisted during the week and stored in the ore
house at the mine 33 tons of ore, the average top
car sample of which shows an assay value of $24 46
Seg. Belcher.— On the 200 foot level the south
west crosscut from the south lateral drift is out 10
feet: fHce shows porphyry and quartz of no value.
There have been hols'ted and stored fn the ore
house at the mine 13 tons of ore, the average top
car sample of which shows an assay value of $16 82
Savage.— ln the Savagp on the 950 foot level the ,
north lateral drift, started from the west side of
the station, is advanced 50 feet. The north drift
from the east crosscut, fourth floor of north up
raise, is advanced fifty feet. The face is in quartz
and porphyry. On the 1000 level the east cross
cut, started from the south drift at a point 40 feet
south of the east drift, was advanced 15 feet : total
length, 25 feet: face is in quartz, assaying $20 per
tou. Continue to extract some ore of fair grade
from the eighth floor of this level. On the 1050
level in the main south drift, at a point 250 feet
south of the shaft, an east crosscut has been
advanced 28 feet: face is in quartz and porphyry.
They are extracting some ore of good grade from
the fourteenth floor of this level. During the week
they have hoisted 43 cars of ore, car samples aver
age $81 76 per ton.
I W. E. Sharon, -mining superintendent, Is down
from the Comstock.
In the Bulwer Consolidated mine the ore seam
in the top of upraise 1 from tbe 200 level is about
6 inches wide and of good grade. Some good ore
Is being taken from the stope above the 150 level.
A!>out twenty tons of ore, estimated to be worth
$25 per ton, were extracted during the week end-
Ing May 5.
The winze below the 350 level of the Occidental
Con. mine was down 10 feet at last accounts, and
2V 2 feet of high-grade ore was in the bottom.
The following dividends will be paidjby local cor
porations on the 15th: San Francisco Gas 35 cents,
Oakland Gas 20 cents, Kdison Ught ana Power
662/3 cvnts, Pacific Telephone and Telegraph 40
cents, Sunset Telephone and Telegraph 25 cents,
t alitornia Powder 50 cents. Pacific Auxiliary Fire
Alarm 5 cents per share.
The :.Spring Valley Water Company, San Jose
Water Company and Pacific Gas Improvement
Company will pay monthly dividends of 50 cents
per share each to-day.
At the annual meeting of the Goleta, Montecito
and sterling mining companies, held yesterday, the
following were elected officers for the ensuing year:
8. Roberts, president: R. Hawkhurst, C. E. Green,
George R. Williams and D. M. Kent, directors. D.
M. Kent wa3 re-elected secretary and D. E. Jones
The Petaluma Fruit Packing Company has
levied an assessment of 15 cents.
Following were the sales in the San Francisco
Stock Board yesterday: . . ■
KKSILAR KOBSIX9 session— 9 :3o.
100 Andes... 18 100 Bulwer . 200 Occidentl . 30
100 8e1chr....56 400 Caledonia o7Jloo 0phir...1.65
100 Bi 8.... 70100 CCAV.. 2.80200 Savage... .2s
100 100 C Point... 48 50 5>*ev....69
300 80die...1.1d|300 Mexican. 68100 V Jacket.
AFTKRXOON SESSION' — '& W.
100 A1pha.... .06:200 CCA\\..2.85|200 Potosl ....41
100 B<S 8....G1 50Mex 69J100 Savage.. ..26
350 80die.. .1.10 700 0ccidt1.... 2^300 S B A M..14
100 Bullion... 11 100 .....'. 29.100 15
100 Chalnge.. 341300 0vrmn....09i300 Union.
Following were the sales in the Paciflo Stock
BEGULAB SESSION — 10:30.
200 8e1cher.. .55 550 CCAV. . 2.80700 Ophir.... I^4
3008 A 8....67 50 2.82y 2 SN'ev 69
250 Bullion... 14 200 HAM .. .1.30,100 V Jacket. i!B
350 CAV..2.85J300 Mexican. .67.'2oO 30
A*TKKNOON SESSION— 2:3O.
200 Alta 12100 G C... 40|500 SB& M.. 15
200 Bullion. . . 1 300 Mcx 69.800 14
100Cha1C....351000ccidnt...2h300 Union C..46
200 Chollar...39looPotosi ...40 200 YJacket..3O
300 CCtV...2.85|150 Sierra N..6SJ
THURSDAY, May 9—4 p. it
j ' Bid.Asktd.\ Bid.Atked.
Alpha Oon 05 07 Jackson 20 30
Alta 10 12iJulia — 06
Andes - 17 20Justlce 05 06
Belcher 64 e&Kentucic 02 03
Best* Belcher. 67 68 ! Lady Wash.... — 02
BentonCon.... — 38 Mexican....... 67 68
Bodle 1.00 1.05! Mono — 18
Bullion 13 I >lt. Diablo 15 —
Bulwer _ 10 1 1 Ne vada Queen. — 05
Caledonia 07 09Occidental 27 29
Cua'lengeCon. 82 34Ophir 1.60 1.65
Choliar 37 38Overman 09 10
Con.Cal.A Va.2.80 2.BsJPotost 38 40
Con. Imperial. 01 02 Savaze 25 26
Confidence 1.05 — Seg. Belcher... 15 16
Con.NewYork. 03 — i Scorpion — 04
Crown Point... 50 52 Sierra Nevada. 67 70
Eastß. 8... 13 -Silver 02 04
East Sierra — 05 Silver King.... 20 —
Exchequer — 03Syndicate...... — 05
Eureka Con.... 25 ' — Union Con 45 —
Gould A Curry. 88 40iUtah — 05
Hale ANorcra.l.3o 1.35 Yellow Jacket. 30 32
lowa — 06|
STOCK AXD BOND EXCHANGE.
THURSDAY, May 9—2 p. if.
bonds. Bid. Asf.td. Bid. Asked,
U S 45c0up..112% — Banks. Commercial— ■
U 545reg...112% — Amerß&TC. — —
Cal-s;Cnless.lO9 4 — Anglo-Cal... 59 —
CalElecL6slo7% — Bank of Ca1..219%222
Cntra 0W 5s — ' 101 CaISD&TCo. 40 41
Dpnt-stex-cp 91% — FirstNationl.l77% —
EdsuLAP6s.lO73/ilO9 Grangers.... — — .
FACH KR6slo4 — LondbnP&A.l23« —
Geary-stßss.lO7 — IxmdonASF. 25 30
LosA'ngL6s. 97y a — MerchEx... 13 —
Do.Onted.6s.lol 103 Nevada — —
Mkt-stCbletssl23 — SatherßCo.. — —
N«*vCNgßßa. — 110 Banks. Savings—
NPCRR6s.IOO — GerS«feLCo..l76o —
NyßCal6s.. — 101 'HumbS<tL. 1000 —
NRyCalss.. — — jMutual — 45
Oak' Gas 55..10154108 SavUnion49s 505
Do, 2d iss 55..102 V4 — SavA Loan .110 150
Omnibuses.. — 117% Security — 310
PacßollM6s.lo3 — Union Trust. 72s 775
2d iss 65.. — — i Street Railway—
PAORy6s..llO 120 Calitornia....lo2 105
PAChRy6s. 95 100 Geary-st — 90
Pwl-stRR6s. — 113 MarKet-5t. ... 37 38
Reno,WLALIO2 105 Oak,SL*Hay — 100
RiverWCo6B — 100 Presidio 7V4 —
SF*NPRKSsIOOy IO3 iSutter-st — —
SPRRArIz6s 86Mj 90 Powder—
SPRR Ca165.109%1103^i Atlantic D... 14% 20
SPRRCaI6s. 85 — California.... 80 —
Do, 1 c-ougtd. 82% — Giant 11 13
SPBrRCaIBs. 85Vi 8H Jua50n....... — —
SVWater6s..l2oy — Vigorit — 87% C
SVWater4s.. 97 98>>4 Miscellaneous—
StktnG<tE6s — lOOVi BlkDCoalCo. — 12
SunstT*T6s — 103 Cal Cot Mills. — —
Sutter-stßss.lOs — Cal Dry Dock — —
VisallaWC6s — 92 EdisonLlght. 98»ilOO
stocks— Water— Gascon Assn. — —
Contra Costa. — 67%'HawC<tSCo.. 6 —
Marin C 0.... — 50 jllutchSPCo.. 13 13%
San Jose — 100 jJudsonMfgC. — —
Sprng Valley 983,4 MerExAssn.lOO —
Gas— .OceanicSSCo — 23
Capital....... — 60 PacAuxFA.. — 2
; Central 95 — Pacßorax... 97 —
OakGL&n. 45 46 PacI&NCo. — 30
PacGaslmp. 81? i 82J t:Pac Roll Mill 17 —
PacincLight. — 47^ 8 Parf Paint Co — ■ 9
SanFrancsco 70' i 71 Trans Co — 26%
Stockton — 30 PacT&TCo. 30 60
Insurance— Sunset TAT. 20 —
FiremansFd.lso — United C Co.. — 25-
Sun..: „. — 60 I
Board— so Pacific Gas Imp, 82; 50 do. 82V4.
Street— S P Branch Railway Bonds, 85%.
Board— 7s Hutcbinson S P Co, l3Vs: 160 Pacific
Gas Imp, 82: 50 s V Water, 99.
Street— s2ooo Edison L <fc P Bonds, 108: 55 S V
AD Pence, Santa Cruz J L Green Aw, San Joae
HV J Swan. Stockton J B Hoyt, Birds Lndg
J G Maeuire, Cal J Rirhard. Monterey
G Livincnton, Chicago H M Fish, Joliet
H H Butain. Eureka E G Pliske, Eureka
J J Cogan. Mexico P B Latnrop, Hollister
J Sargent <!t w, fearsrenta G C Hyait A w, Stockton
!I V. Chase, w 4 s, L A.n E H Weaver A w, Ohio
Miss L \Veaver, Ohio M Wallace, Madera
O H Reighard <fc tm, Miss G G Reighard, * r U-
A J Perkins <fe w, Nwark J Reed. Cloverdale
JDC Day, Junction City W J Freeman £ w, Cal
ff L Reed, Reedley A N Barron, Cleveland
| D McOJreßor, Winn R Dalton. Parissima
Hiss E McAnear, Cal W Wilson, Cal
E Davis & w, Merced W H Turner. Oregon
A C Hihn <t w, S Cruz WH de Valier, S Rafael
W L Cooke, Benlcia W D Phillipson, Benicia
M J Kurtz, Chicago Miss M Gray, Healdsburg
Mrs E L Fell, Mian Miss M L D Baldwin,
JIC Zuck, Gilroy Santa Cruz
E C Bank, lon* W Beckman. Sacto
S E Holiien. Napa Mrs D Lubin A c, Sacto
H Anderson, San Jose W Bruce, Chicago
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
J F Jacobs, NY E J Molan, Chicago
J Needham, Minn S Wilson, N B W
H Yorke, Eng J Folkins, N V
J Francis. Richmond J W KUsworth, Boston
J Flemming, Brooklyn J Sewell, St Paul
H Thompson. Newport J J Langa, New Haven
J Eckevina, Albany O W Herald, Vallejo
J Connor, Chicago G A Pecisber, August*
S White, Cincinnati J Black, battle
J Hennessy. Boston P J Conway. Pa
H 1. Deraprey, Brooklyn O F Reynolds, Keen
T R Jones. Keen J Lempay. Concord
J J Morane. XV J J Laoger <t w, Vallejo
J Roemer *w, Visalia J Dencham Aw, Sac
aliases Palmer, S Rafael W Snowden, Cleveland
G E Goodman, Xapa E M Miller, Honolulu
C Alkire, Riverside WI Belt, South Australia
M Batchear, England ER Morley, Cardiff. Bow
A W Rodgers, London L Rockley, Nottingham
Dr Sieyen. Germany F Gregory, Boston
C B Knapp & w. Pa W B Eikert, Reading, Fa
t T>"rby. w Almaden M Hale &w, Albany
W F r-.,bee, Chicago V G Bogue, Chicago
H Silver, Ixh Angeles J E Bell &v, Everett
WFMeUii .sion Aw.NY R A Eddy & w, Mont
A B Hammond, Mont E Weld, Boston
O E Weld, Boston J A Bird <fe w, Larchmont
Msa liird.Larchmont Mrs H E Chadwick, > i
\.' H Binnion, Peoria EM Fitzsimmons &w, 111
R Frewer, England F H McCullough, Cal
J Bradburj', Los Angeles D D Stewart, St Albans
Miss Maxwell, Wheeling H B Gillis. Yreka
Mrs H A Taber. Mass Miss Taber, Mass
V D Black, Salinas J Godfrey, Salinas
L Kahn, Oakdale M H Alexander &w,Clnn
M Silverthan, NY L B Winstock, N V
W Dean, Boston
-""" LICK HOUSE.
C A Baird, Eureka F B Clark <S w, Stockton
Miss E Samuels, Stocktn 0 Schneider, College Pk
F A Fee & w. Madera Mrs Fitch, Monterey
J C Sexton, Pleasanton O B Hinsdale, Or
Mrs S M Buck, Eureka S Lazer & son. Madera
C C Wright, Modesto J F Chiles, Davisville
J Dougherty, San Jose J J Donovan, Santa Clara
J King <fe w, San Jose
Dr Kurber <ft w, Tomales C H Bigelow, San Jose
Mrs C Harris.Ls Angeles MrsM Lester,Los Angeles
F L Pickett, Pa G J Koening, San Jose
A B Dowdell, 8t Helena Mrs W C Snyer, Spokane
J M McPlke, Napa L V Graham, Los Angeles
Z G Watson* w. Denver J Curtis, Yuma
A Hunter, Vallejo C A Trowbridge, Chicago
Mr <fe Mrs Dobson, X V J Dietrick, San Jose
D Clayton, Alabama
THE CALL. CALENDAR.
OCEAN STEAM EKS.
Dates of Departure From San Francisco.
'ruckee j Portland I
ircata. Coos Bay :
ityPuebla. Vic <E I'm Snd ■
'oint Lotna. Grays Harbor:
«'orth Fork. Humboldtßay
anta Kusa,. San Dieeo j
t Paul Newport
'arallon . . . Yaauina Bay.. !
iaelic China <t Japan ■
'regon | Portland I
'orona I San Diego I
Valla Walla' Vic & P*t Bnd :
■omona j Humboldtßay i
Veeotu ! Eel Klver
aturn ; Panama j
.rairo ' Coos 8ay....'..
'.ureka ... : XewDOrf. I
tat»- of I'al Portland !
:MaylO, 4PM | Valleio
! May 10,12m: [Vallejo
May 10, 9 am Bdw'y 1
iMayll. 10am Miss 1
,-Mayll, 9AM'Miss'n 1
iMayll.llAM Bd.v'y 2
■Mayl3, Bam Bdw'y 2
; May 13, stm Miss *1
,Mayl4. 3PM PM S S
i May 14, 10am Spear
|Mayls.llAM Bdw'y 'J
May 15, 9am Bdw'y 1
|Ma>ls. 2pm Bdw'y 1
I May 15. 9am Vallejo
JMayl6. 4pm Lomb rd
Mayl6,loAM j Vallejo
MaylT, spm' Vallejo
jMaylT. Ba m Bdw'y 2
May 19, 10am Spe;ir
STEAMERS TO AKitIVE.
City of Peking..
State of Cal
Del Norte I
| racoma .-.
China and Japan........
Victoria <£ Puget Sound
Departure Bay ....:
i Portland ..;.;.
San Dl"so .........
' Tacoma ...;..
. Portland,. ;......
Coos Bay ..-....'
I Victoria <fc Puget Sound '
Grays Harbor ;. .-..•." j
Snn Dietro |
SUN AND TIDE TABLE.
<inall. Large. 8m
2.15P o.ooa 6.
3.19P 0.183 7.1
I Sets i
Branch Htdbookaphic Office, V. S. N.,")
Merchants' Exchange >-
San t kancisco. May 9, 1895. )
The time ball on Telegraph Hill was dropped
exactly at noon to-day— l. c., at noon of the 120 th
meridian, or at exactly S P. it., Greenwich time.
A. F. Fkchtelkb,
Lieutenant U. S. N.. in charge.
THURSDAY, May 9.
Strur Mariposa, Hayward, '23 days 1614 hours
from .Sydney, via Honolulu 6 days 20Vi hours;
pass and md'se, to J D Spreckels <St Bros Co.
Stmr Santa Rosa, Alexander, 62Vs hours from
San Diego, etc; pass and mdse, to Goodall, Perkins
Stnir Point Arena, Johnson, 16 hours from Men
docino, etc; pass and mdse, to Mendocino Lumber
.Stmr Gipsy, Leland. 12 hours from Santa Cruz,
etc: produce to Goodall. Perkins & Co.
stmr Humboldt. Edwards. 19 hours from Eu
reka: pnss and mdse. to M Kalian «fe Co.
Bark Nonatuni, Thompson, 10 days from Port
Blafceley, via Dungeness 8 days; 850 M ft lumber,
to Kenton. Holmes A- Co.
Schr Kuby A Cousins, Knudson, 24 hours from
Eureka: 260 M ft lumber, to Pollard & Dodge.
Sehr Bender Brothers. Thompson, 11 hours from
Hearns Landing; 60 cds wood, to Bender Bros.
SchrGotamaEricssen, 6 days from Coos Bay; 220
M ft lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co.
Schr Newark, Beck, 12 hours from Bowens Land-
Ing; 141 Mft lumber, to Frank Heywood. Benlcia
THURSDAY, May 9.
Stmr City of Puebla. Debney, Victoria and Port
Townsend; tioodall, Perkins & Co.
Br bark Almora, Thompson, Queenstown; Ep
plnsrer «fe Co.
Schr Jennie Wand, Olsen, Mahukona via Ka
hulni; J D Spreckels <fe Bros Co.
Schr Anna, Macdonald, Hiio; J D Spreckels A
THURSDAY, May 9.
Stmr State of California, Ackley, Astoria and
Btmr Arago. Reed, Coos Bay.
Stmr Eureka. Jepsen, San Pedro.
Stmr Scotia, Johnson, Bowens Landing.
StmrNoyo. Levinson. Fort Bragg.
Bark Orecon. Parker, Port Blakeley.
Schr Sparrow, Dart, Eureka.
Schr Helen Mernam, Cranirle, Navarro.
Schr Jennie Thelln, Hansen, Eureka.
Schr Reliance, Jensen, Fisks Mills.
Schr Otillie Fjord, Segerthorst, Grays Harbor.
POINT LOBO3 — May 9-10 p. m.— Weather
hazy: wind calm.
Movements of Vessel*.
Yesterday the ship Tillie Starbuck was taken to
the seawall and the bark Retriever to the stream.
The ship Ditton was towed to the Starr mills and
the schr Sadie to the stream off Meiggs wharf. •
The bark Oregon and the schr Sparrow were
towed to sea. the bris Genevia to Oakland and the
schr Jennie Wand to the stream.
To-day the bark Almiro will be towed from the
stream to sea and the bark Palmyra from Oakland
to Third street.
The ship Jabez Howes will be taken from the
stream to Green street and the ship Bell O'Brien
from Union to the Nevada dock.
The bark Tarn o' Shanter will be taken from
Howard street to the Spear-street drydoct and the
ship Lord Shaftsoury from Union street to Ep
The schr Golden Gate loads mining supplies for
PORT GAMBLE— Arrived May 9— Schr Spokane,
hence May 1; schr Mary E Russ, from San Diego;
Br bark Agnes Oswald, hence Apr 19.
STEWARTS POlNT— Sailed May 9— Schr Ar
chie and Fontle, for San Francisco.
EUREKA— Arrived May 9— Stmr Pomona, hnce
SAN PEDRO— Sailed May B— Stmr National
City. 9 — Stmr TiUamook, for San Francisco; strur
Pasadena, for Eureka.
ASTORlA— Arrived May 9— Stmr Oregon, hence
Sailed May 9— Br ship Ancona, for Qneenstown.
GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived May 9— Schr Amer
ican Girt, hence May 8; schr Enterprise, he May 2.
SI NsUlNE— Sailed May B— Schr Mary and Ida,
for San Francisco.
REDONDO— SaiIed May 9— Schr Volant, for San
USAL— Sailed May 9— Stmr Protection, for San
> A R DIEGO— Sailed May 9— Stmr National City,
for San Francisco.
PORT BLAKELEY-Arrived May 9— Bark Ma
tilda, from Honolulu.
Sailed May 9— Chil bark Antoinette, for Val
paraiso; ship Mercury, for San Francisco.
PHILADELPHIA— CIeared May B— Ship Bohe
mia, for San Francisco.
NEW YORK— Sailed May 9— Ship Conqneror, fOT
HONGKONG— SaiIed May 9— Br stmr Belgic, for
tiALWAY— Sailed May 9— Br ship Sllverhow, for
Victoria via Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL— SaiIed May B— Ship Snenandoah,
for San Francisco.
QUEENSTOWN-Sailed May 9— Br ship Senator,
ANTWERP— Arrived May B— Br ship Marathon,
BRISTOL— Arrived May B— Br ship Mopley. frm
FLEETWOOD-Arrtved May B— Br ship Oimara,
FLORE.S— Arrived Apr 11-Br ship Prince Ama- I
deo, from Rio de Janeiro for Victoria, with eleven j
of the crew sick with yellow fever.
HONOLULU — Arrived Apr 30 — Schr Alice j
Cooke, hence Apr 13. Mar I— Haw schr Ka Moi.
from Laysan islands. 2— Bktn W H Dimond, hce
Sailed May 1-Bari Harry Alone, for Royal
Roads: schr Lizzie Vance, for Port Townsend. 2—
Schr Prosper, for Port Townsend.
To sail May 2 or 3— Haw bark B P Bithet, for
Passed Apr 30— Brig Courtney, from Fiji islands
for Port Townsend.
SYDNEY— In port April— Bark Coronado, for
San Diego via Newcastle, NSW.
PORT ADELAIDE— Arrived Apr 9— Haw bark
Manna Ala, from Port Blakeley.
NEWCASTLE, NSW— Sailed Mar 16— Br ship
James Kerr, for San Francisco. 23— Br ship Pass
of Brander, for Acapulce; ktn Modoc, fr Honolulu.
27— Ilr ship Pass of Leny, for Acapnlco. 29— Br ship
Polous. for San Francisco. Apr 9 — Br ship Hilston,
for San Diego: bark Margaret, for San Francisco.
In port Apr 11— Ship Carondelet. for San Fran
cisco; Br ship Marion Frazer, for San Dieso.
Chartered to load— Bark Arkwrisht, Br hark
Castor, Br shiD Crocodile, Nic bark Don Adolfo, Br
ship Ellenbreck, bark Harvester, Br ship Heath
nVld, Haw ship John Ena, Br ship Kinkora, Br
ship Royal Forth and bark Topgallant, for San
Francisco: Br bark Beeswing and Br bark Ladas,
for San Diego.
Movements of Trans- Atlantio Steamers.
NEW YORK— Arrived May 9— Stmr Waeslaud,
MENDOCINO— Per Point Arena— l bx flowers, 1
bicycle, 1 pkg mdse, 180 M ft lumber.
Point Arena— lo3 bxs butter, 6 ca eggs, 1 veal, 3
pkes mo.se, 90 pkgs hides and tallow.
ECREKA— Per Humboldt— sls M shingles, 330
sks potatoes, 30,124 ft lumber, 37 veal. 3 bbls niln
eml water, 4 pkgs mdse, 146 pkgs machinery, 144
tubs 221 bxs butter, 1 bicycle, 7 pkgs express, 1 •«
SANTA CRUZ— Per Gipsy— s6 pkgs mdse, 500
bbls lime, 45 cs cheese. 6 dressed calves, 1 cs eggs,
15 bxs butter. 31 bdls salt hides. 10 cs wine.
Monterey— l6 pkgs mdse 3 bxs cheese, 3 pkgs
dry fish, 66 bdls green hides, 16 bdls pelts, 7 bdls
Moss Landing— 2 cs eges.
Salinas via P V Ry— 7oo sks oats.
PORT HARFORD— Per Santa ROsa— 1 coop
ducka, 5 coops chickens, 2 bdls dry hides, 8 bdls
rakes, 1 bdl wheels, 2 sks potatoes, 2 sks dry fruit,
22 dressed calves, 1 ca shoes. 10 cs fish, 13 bdls
green salt hides, 1 bbi tallow, 1 roll zinc, 3 tubs 2
kgs 158 bxs butter, 19 bxs type, 10 bxs cheese, 39
cs eegs, 9 cs honey. 125 pkgs mdse.
Los Angeles via Port Los Angeles— 2 cs cigars, 3
cs woolens, 2 pkgs mdse, 50 bxs oranges, 1 pkg
Santa Barbara— lso bdls hides, pelts, etc, 8 obis
tallow, 113 bxs lemons, 2 pkgs mdse, 1 bx butter, 6
cs wine. 32 sks crawfish, 11 bxs oranges, 1 bx
L«s Angeles via Hedondo— l2 pksa mdse, 31 sks
horns, 2 sks chile peppers, 7 cs laprobes, 1 sfc bees
wax, 1 ca 6 bis blankets, 1 cs honey, 2 bxs shoes, 2
Redondo— l bx glassware, Ics beeswax, 6 bdls
dry calf hides, 1 bdl pelts, 215 bxs lemons, 361 salt
hides, 1 cs shoes, 468 bxs oranges.
San Diego— 3 bxs fish, 138 bdls irreen hides, etc,
29 bbls tallow, 35 pcs curbing, 19 bdls dried fish, 1
bx seed, 1 bdl casting. 868 bxs oranges. 1 cs silver
ware, 1 bx clocks. 7 pkes mdse. 8 bxs type, 144
bxs lemons, 12 pkgs beeswax.
Per Point Arena— Standard Oil Co; L A Morgan ;
Wilson & Baechtel ; Boss & Hewlett : F B Haight ;
Bissinger&Co; OB Smith & Co; Overman Wheel
Co; Jacobson A Lobree; Rholffs <fcCo; Sawyer <fc
Haight; fluff Bros; G Armstrong & Co; A New
Per Hnmboldt— Jobn F Enslish; Dalton Brov J
RHanify; Scott & Van Arsriale Lumber Co: JM
Moore; Humboldt Mineral Water Co: GdeLuca;
D N &E Walters: Baker & Hamilton; L Feigen
baum A- Co: Brisliam. Hoppe <fc Co: Nerve Print
ing Co: C E Whitney <fc Co; Dodge, Sweeney <fe Co;
Dairymen's Union; Norton, Teller & Co: Hills Bros;
Getz Bros <ft Co: Russ, Sanders & Co: Boss & Hew
lett; Wneaton, Breon & Co; Witzel & Baker; Per
kins, Walker <fe Co; J H Newbauer* Co; Nathan,
Dohrman & Co: F B Haight: Wells, Fargo <fc Co.
Per Gipsy— Cal Bottling Co: Wielaud Brewing Co;
Dairymen's Union; Wheaton, Breon <fe Co: William
Crontri; Hills Bros; Norton, Teller & Co: Uri&Co:
Kron Tanning Co: Hammond <t Brod; A W Fink;
HCowell&Co; CCarpy&Co; W P Fuller* Co;
Standard Oil Co; Deßernardi & Co; W R Knight <fc
Co; Goldberg, Bowen & Co; Moore, Ferguson & Co;
Arctic Oil Works.
Per Santa Rosa— Wilson <fc Baechtel: Hills Bros;
Wood. Curtis <$: Co: Anaer Press Assn: Trapoli <fe
Co; W & J Sloane &Co; San Francisco Brewery: A
H Griswold ; Wetmore Bros; C Teltzen: H O Green
hood: Campodonico <fc Malcolm; Overland Freight
TransferCo; WBSumner&Co: Eveleth & Nash;
Shacht, Liemcke & Steiner: Cox Seed and Plant Co;
Milwaukee "Brewery; M T Frtltus db Co: X A Hub
bard; American L'nion Fish Co; a CamilloTii & Co;
A Paladitii: D £ Allison & Co : Garcia <fe Maggini;
McDonough & Runyon; Porter Bros >$: Co; Inimel
&. Co: Dairymen's Union; Goodyear Rubber Co; W
P Morgan; Blssinger & Co: Levi Spiegel <fe Co: JO
Reinphart; .^ht-rwutxl it Siierwood: C E Frank; F
B Sadler: C Schilling & Co; WRKuight&Co; W
E Jackson; J Ivancovich <fc Co: H N Tilden <S Co;
Ross & Hewlett: Getz Bros & Co: KlauberA Lev!;
C E Whitney & Co: Wheaton, Breon & Co; Jonas
Erlanger&Co; Norton, Teller & Co: HookeriCo;
Russ, Sanders <fc Co; Kowalsky & Co; Milwaukee
Brewery: Dodge. Sweeney & Co: Witzel <t Baker:
Smith's Cash Store: H Ueckman & Co; Gray & Bar
bleri; W P Fuller <fc Co ; Standard Oil Co; M Her
zog; Enterprise Brewery; Buffalo Brewery; San
Francisco Fruit Auction Co; Bavaria Brewery ; E
R Mauzy; FBHaight; Nathan, Dohrmann & Co;
Baker <fc Hamilton:"Bissinger & Co; J A Landsbur
ger: Porter. Slessinger ifc Co; National Brewery : B
F Brooks; II Dutard; Brigham, Hoppe A Co; J O
Brown ; J Hoffman ; L D Stone <fe Co : HE Bette «fc
Co; Feiling, Cressy & Co; S Brunswick: E L Wil
liamson; W W Montague & Co; Getz Bros* Co; W
B Blakeway; TiUmann <ft Bendel: XC Powers; ftC
BMibran; Pacific Ammonia <fc Chemical Works:
R W Leslie; N Ohlandt & Co; A Gonzales: J J
Winter; F H Speddy; G F Eberhard: A B George
4 Co; A I) Miles; M*A Gunst <fc Co: J Baumgartner
<t Co; G Conn & Co: Cert, 9chlo*s * Co: A Klinger;
Lowe Bros: Milan <ft Co; H Kirchman: Italian-
Swiss Agr Colony; Edwards & Co; J M Moore.
For Late Shipping Intelligence See TMrt'ent\ Page.
Leave Pier No. 3, Washington St.,
At 5 P. M. Daily, Except Sunday.
T. C. Walker, J. D. Peters,
Mary Garratt, City of Stockton.
OCEAJIC STEAMSHIP COBPASY.
J -#SSSE32T&w Coolgardie gold fields
! >7To^^a (Kremantle), Austra-
HAlJ^fr* lla; s "--° &T3t clas *
jgy<y _.nyNoi lit"' $no steerage. Lowess
#%%f Jggg*l^i»»j-* rates to Capew>va,
Stiff/ 'TrKf \in Steamship Australia,
Isil/ »*A.',i\ \W Honolulu only, Satnr-
■9! "J - ~Lt<fi™ (;a; "' ' • ' J 'M 10
Vk\ w^KIF Jam Australian steamer
VV^bflPw^~T^9r M - ' •"*■* gaU<)
v5F>^ l w^p r Honolulu ami Auclc-
land Thursday, May
'Mi, sa 2 P. x.
Special Parties to Honolulu, May 21. Reduced
excursion rates. *
• Ticket office 138 Montgomery street.
Freight office 327 Market street.
J. D. SPRECKELS «fe BROS., General Agents.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN &**
XJ Francisco for ports in Alaska, 9 a. M-.-slafiff
May 5. 20, June 4, 9. 19, 24. July 5. 9, 19. "-'4.
For British Columbia and Puget Soun'l ■ ports,
May 5. 10, 16, 20, 25, 30, and every fifth day
For Eureka, Humboldt Bay, steamer Pomona,
every Wednesday at 2 p. ic
For Newport, Los Angeles and all way ports, '
May 1, 5. 9, 13. IT. 21, 25, 29, and every fourth
day thereafter, S a. sc.
■ For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harford,
Banta Barbara. Port Los Angeles, Redondo (Los
Angeles) and Newport, May 3. 7, 11. 15, 19, 23, 27,
! 31. and every fourth day thereafter, at 11 a. m.
For ports in Mexico, 10 a. ic, 25th of each
month, Bteamer Willamette Vailev.
Ticket Oiiice— Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery
GOODALL, PERKINS <t CO., General Agents,
10 Market st.. San Francisco.
OP A, |U TO PORTLAND
m t\. QL IMa AND ASTORA.
STEAMSHIPS DEPART FROM SPEAR-
O street wharf at 10 a. m. every five days, con-
necting at PORTLAND v.-irh direct rail lines to all
points in OREGON, WASHINGTON and IDAHO.
• State of California sails May 9, 19, 29. June 8.
. Oregon sails May 4, 14, 24," June 3.
Until further notice raies will be REDUCED to
87 50 STEERAGE.
For through rates and all other information apply
to the undersigned. -vw-x
Goodaix, Pkkkixs & Co. feed. F Covnob.
■ .• _ ■ Gen'lSupts., Gen'l Agent.
4 New Montgomery st. 19 Montgomery st.
French Line to Havre.
pOMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH >w«
\J River, foot of Morton st. Travelers h\- •*icts»
this line avoid both traDSi : by TnVlisL S &u33£K
the discomfort of crossing the channel in a smaU
LA NORMANDIE, Capt. Poiro:
t a miiirainm'li May U* 5:00 a. it
LATOLRAINE, Capt. Santelli
t a aVinum V. 3ra >" is. 10:00 a. m.
LA GASCOONt, Capt. Bandelon
LA CHAMPAGNEVcapK^uren^.? .'.?:!! 0 a. v.
LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. Laurent
"■• ....June 1,8:00 a.
SO- ior further particulars apply to
A. FORGET. Agent.
T v vrp *,^°' 3 Bowling Green, New York.
avt, San^Fr^ciLa CO " AsePta> 6atoat g° mefy
United Stales and Koyal Mail Steamers
New York, Queenstown & Liverpool,
New York, Queenstown A Liverpool,
' SAILIXG EVERY "WEEK.
C' ABIN, S6O AND UPWARD, ACCORD- JBBg^
' ing to steamer ' and accommodations "^^» ;
selected; second cabin, 535; Majestic and Teutonic,
*40 and «45. Steerage Tickets from England, Ire-
land. Scotland, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark ,
through to San Francisco at lowest rates. Tickets, I
sailing dates and cabin plans may be procured ;
from W. H. AVERY, Pacific Mall Dock, or at the ■
General Office of the Company, *>13;M*rket su,
under Grand HoteL gVw. FLETCHER,
. - ' General Agent for JPaciflc coast.
i OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. i
royaTmail steam packet compact.
QTEAMER3 LEAVE ASPINWALIi AffU
O fortnightly for the West Indies and SSSmB
Southampton, calling en route at Cerbourgn«
France, and Plymouth to land passengers. ■ . '
Through bills of lading, in connection with tha
Pacific Mail S. S. Co., issued for freight and treaa-
utp to direct ports in England and Germany.
Through tickets from San Francisco to Plymouth,
Cherbourg, Southampton. First class, $195; third
: class, 9 97 60. For further particulars apply t*
PARROTT & CO., Agents,
3Qg California at.
| RAILROAD 'TRAVEL. _
CIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Tiburon Ferry— Foot of Market St.
San Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:4O, 9:20, 11:00 A.M.; 12:35,
3:30, 6:10, 6:30 p.m. Thursdays— Extra trio
at 11:30 p. v. Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:50
and 11:30 p. m.
SrNDAYS-8:00. 9:30, 11:00 a.m.; 1:30, 8:30,
5 :00, ii :20 p. sr.
San Rufael to San Francisco.
WE E ,* DAVS-6:25, 7:55, 9:30, 11:10 A. X.;
12:45. 3:40, 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips
at I:o5 p. m. and 6:35 p. m
SU: s^Oo' 6^s B 1 M 9:40, 11:10 a. m.; 1:40> 3:40>
5:00, 6:25 F. x.
Between San Francisco and Schuetren Park sam«
schedule as above.
Leave , In effect I Arrive '
San Francisco. jlay 5. San Frnncisco.
7:40 am 1 8:00 axj Novato, 10:40 ami v"i> am
3:30 pm 9:30 am Petalama, 6:05 px 110 :30 am
5.10 pm 1 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:30 pm 6:15 pm
— . Fulton, ~
7:40 am I "Windsor, 10:30 ami
3:30 pm 8:00 am' Cloverdale. 7:SO pm 6:15 pm
__ . Pieta,
7:40 Hopland & " 10:30 am
3:30 pm 8:00 am Ukiah.. 7:30 PM; 6:15 pm
7:40 am ~j 10:30 am
8:00 am GuerneviUe. 7:30 pm -v.-
-3:30 pm I 6:15 pm
7:40 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am 8:50 am
5:10 5:00 pm and 6:05 pm 6:15 pm
I Glen Ellen. j
7:40 AMi8:00 AMI SeoaBto^i 1 10:40 am: 10:30 am
3^OPM|S:OOPMi >astopoi. ; 6:05 pm| 6:15 pm
Stages connect at San Rafael for Bollnas.
Stages connect at Santa Ro9a for Mark W«t
Stages connect at Geyserville for Shaggs Spring*.
Stages connect at Cloverdale for the Geysers.
Stages connect at Pieta for Highland Springs,
Kelseyville. Soda Bay, Lakeport.
Stages connect at Hopland for ■ Lakeport and
Stages connect at Ukiah for Vichy Springs, Bias
L:^:es, Laurel Dell, Upper Lake, Booneville, Green-
wood, Mendocino City, Fort Braerg, Csal, Westport,
Canto, Willetts, Calpella, I'omo, Potter VaUey, John
i Day's, Lively's, Gravelly Valley. HarrJß, Blocks-
• burg, Bridgeville, Hydesville and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduced
On Sundays round-trip tickets to all points be-
-1 vond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices, corner New Montgomery and
I Market streets, under the Palace Hotel.
H. C. WHITING, R. X. RYA.N,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. .
SOVTIIIRM P.ttllM €OJIPAJiT. .
•: (PACIFIC mm.)
*Tr»!»* leave »n<l nre <lue to nrrire
SAN FKAXC'ISC'O. [
UATE — Fl'.Oil APKII. 13. 18.5. — ARRITI
•6:30 a San Leandro. Uayward3 & Way Sfns 9:15 a.
>7:OOa Atlantic Express (via Martinez and
Lathrop) Ogden £ East 7slsa.
17:00 a Port Costa and Benida 10:45 a,
*»7:OOa Peters and Milton *7:1.1p
"T:3oa San Leandro, Haywarda Way St'ns 1015 a.
C:3oa Napa, Calistoga and *Santa Kosa;
Vacaville, Eaparto, , Sacramento.
»nd liedling via Da\is; Martinez
and San Ramon 6t43u
*:3»A KHes, San Joae, Stockton, lone.
Sacramento, Marysvillc, Red Bluff
and •Oroville 4t:l.iF- t
S:3oa >rtCoBta,Beuic:a and Way Stations 6:43 pi
t9:O«A San Leandro, Haywards & Way Sfna 11:43 a,'
>»:OOa New Orleans Express, Raymond,
(for Yosemite). Santa Barbara,
Los Anpeles, Deming, El I'a.so,
New Orleans and East Si4Ht*
3«:00a San Leandro, lUyw£j.l3 and Niles.." ■ 1:45p-
2.-JJOM San Lcandro, Haywards 4 Way St'ns 2:43f
• 'l:OOp Niies, San Jose and Livcrmore 8:43 a.'
*l:OOr Sacramento Kiver Steamers »»:»Or
jf3:3op Port Costa and Way Stations.: t* 3
»3:OOp San Leandro, Haywards& Way Sf 5:45p;
4:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns 6:43p
•*:OOp Martinez, S&u Ramon, Bonicia,
Vallejo, Naj-a, Calistoga, K\ Ver- .
ano and tianta Itosa 9:10 a/
<B:»»p Vacaville. Woodlaud, Knights
L3ndiD?. MarysTille, OroriJ/e and
Sacramento 11:43 A:
«4:3©r JJiles, Sau Jose, Livennore and
• Stockton.... 7:ls*'
<3:00p San Leandro, Haywards* Way St'ns 8:15*!
fc:O4lp Los Angeles Kxprecs, Fresno, Ray-
mond (for Yosemite), BakersCeld,
Santa linrbara and l>os Angeles.. 10:13 a
G:6op Santa Fe Uoute. Atlantic Express
for Mojavu and East 10:15 a;
O:3Wp Enropeau Mail (via Martinez and
StocUon) Ogden and East 10:13 a'
C:00p Haywards, Niles and San J05e...... 7:43 a:
! i}O:OOp Vallejo t»:4s*
■6:00r Oregon Express (via Martinez and
Stockton) Hacraniento. MarysTille.
R(.-ii,li,jg, Portland, Puget Sound
aud East 10:45 a.
J7:oop San Leandro, Rasjvsrda & Way Sfcs 10:r>0r
*9:00p San Leandro.HayVardsi Way St'ns 2:00 a
Ttll:lsp San Leandro.Ha3rward3& Way Sfns '7:15 a
SANTA < Itl X IHVIsION (.Narrow (iaugfj.
17:45 a Sunday Excursion for Newark, San
Jose. Lob Gatos, Felton and Santa
8:15 a Ner.^rk.i'ontcrime.Saii.loge.Feiton, > ;. • ■
Bonlder Creek, Santa Cruz aud Way
I *a:lsp Newark, Centerville, San Jose, New
Almaden, Felton, Boulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
4;4spNeiraik. S;m Jose, Los Hatos 9:50 a
COAST IHVISIOX critlnl Si ioiriiscml Sis.) •'
0:45 a San Jose. New Aimau?ii and Way
8:15 a San Jose, Tres Pines, Hanta Ortiz,
Paciuc Grove, Paso Robles, Baa
Lui3 Obiaix) and l'riucipal Way
Stations 7:o^ p
I I 0:40 a San Jose and Way Stations 5:O0p
11:4.» a Palo Alto rihl Way Stations....... 3:UOp
•a:2OrSan Jose, Gilroy. Tres Pinos, Santa
Cruz, Salinas, Monterey aud Pacific
. •3:SOpSanJo?eandl'rinciralWayStaUoiis 9:47 a
: *4:23rPa10 Alto acd Way Stations *8:O«a
5:10r San Jose and Way Htations *B:4Sa
6:3op]'alo Alto and Way Stations <3:35 a
AJtoaud rrincipalAVay Stations \7:SHe
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
f roa SAS PRiSaSCO— Foot of jrkf t Street (Slip 8)— '
•7:00 8:00 9:00 »10:00 11:00a.11. t
•12:£0 tl:00 *2:00 3:CO •1:00 6.C0
•6:00 p.m. . ■ --.:^:
Fr«a OAKIJIK&— Foot or Bro»dw»y.— *6:00 *7:00
8:00 *9:00 10K» '11:00 A.M., tIC M
, *12:30 2::0 «3:CO ' 4.Q3 *S:C3 p.m.
A for Morning. P for A fternoon.
: • Sundays excepted. t .Saturdays only.
§ Thnrsday3 only. ! Sundays only.
It Monday, Thursday bt! Satnrdar nfcht? only.
From Apeil 21, 1535.
Leave S. P. WEEK DAYS. Arrive S. F.
7.00 a.m. Mill Til, E«ss Til., Sußfl
8.00 a.m. " " " Sin Qtn. 6.45 a.m.
9.15 a.m. " " " 7.40 a.m.
10.15 a.m. " " " S*nQta. 8.45 a.m.
11.45 a.m. " " " • 9.40 a.m.
1.45 p.m. " " " Sia Qta. 10.45 a.m.
3.20 p.m. " " " 11.35 a.m.
........ " " " Sin Qtn. 1.15 p.m.
4.15 p.m. " " " 3 05PJI.
6.16 p.m. " " " San Qta. . 4.40 p.m.
5.50 p.m. " " " ....... 5.35 p.m.
6.35 P.M. " " " 6.25 p.m.
" " " Sin Qta. 7.45 p.m.
11.30r.M. Ross 7aL,S»aßn.,S*n Qta.....
8.00 a.m. Oadero »ad W»j St»ti»a» 7.45PJ1.
•I.4Sr.M. " " " X8.45AJ1.
•Saturdays only. , X Mondays only.
8 COA.M. Mill Tal., Ro«T»L. Sia ill, SaaQta.
' Ross Vailej. Saaßxful,&a Qta..... B.ICA.H.
9 00a.m. Mill TiL, Boss TiL, Sta RiL, S*n Qta. ..;... .
.'. " ;; " ....... 9.15 a.m.
: 10.00 a.m. " " SaaQtn.
v Ross TaEej, S»a KAtiel, Su Qta 10.30 a.m.
! 11.00 a.m. Sansilita ojJt
........ hnaiita aaJ Mill Tallaj. 11.10 a jt
; lI.SOa.^. MiU Tailtv. Ross Taller, Siaß.fl . . .
........ Mill TaL, Boss Til, SaaRIL. Sin Qta. IZIOr.M.
j IZ3OPJf. " "-•;■
" " SanQta.... 1.05 p.m.
' ... ......Sill Val., Ross Val., S*a Efl... 2.ospjt.
" " " .'. 3.30?jc.
1.30PJ1. " " " EaaQta.. 4.55pji. •
2.15 P.M. M '• " ". .. 6.30P0C.
4.00 P.M. - " " » •« '.. 7.20 P.M.
6.SOPJC. " " " .. .....
6.45PJ1. " " ".
.... — RoHYiHtjiadSaaßjfael.... B.lspjt.
8.00 a.m. Peiit Rtye», CiaderD a;d Vaj Stas aiCpji.'
9.00 a.m. Poi2t Bejas and Waj Sutiau 7.20 p.m.
ITLMTIC MD PACIFIC EAILROAB.
SArfTA* FE ROUTE.
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