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THE COMMERCIAL
WORLD
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
Silver off again.
Wheat lower. Barley higher.
Oats, Corn and Rye unchanged.
Heavy shipment of flour to Chin*.
J-arger receipts of Hay.
Feedstuffs as before.
Beans quiet.
Potatoes easier. Onions steady. :
Butter higher. Eggs duller.
Poultry nominal.
Vegetables not materially changed.
Cherries and Apricots Bold up. «
Oranges firm. Berries weaker.
. Dried Fruits unchanged.
Provisions as before.
WEATHER BUREAU REPORT.
United States Department or Asßicrn>
TCBK. WKATHKB BDBKAU, SAX FRANCISCO,
June 17, 1895, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and
general forecast.
The following maximum temperatures have
been reported from California stations to-day:
Eureka, 56 degrees: San Francisco. 72; Los
Angeles. 84: Red Bluff. 88; San Luis Obispo, 86:
San Diego. 74; Sacramento, 86: Independence, 78;
Yuma, 102; Fresno, 74.
The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as
compared with those of the same date last year:
Eureka 46.30, last year 65.15; Red Bluff 28.87,
' last year 22.16; Sacramento 24.11. last year 16.35;
San Francisco 25.70, last year 18.47; Fresno 14.1
last year 8.47: Los Angeles 15.93. last year 6.73;
San Diego 11.61, last year 4.19 Yuma 2.97, last
year 2.16.
ban Francisco data— Maximum temperature 77
de«r.. minimum 53 dec, mean 65 dee. .
The area of high pressure is still central this
evening along the coasts of Oregon and Washing
ton. The lowest pressure is central over Arizona.
High temperatures have prevailed throughout the
interior of California and throughout Arizona.
The conditions are favorable this evening for
continued fair, hot weather throughout the Interior
of California to-morrow. No rainfall was reported
from stations west of the Rocky Mountains this
evening.
Forecast made at San Francisco for thirty hours
ending midnight June 19. 1895:
For Northern California—Fair weather; slightly
warmer In the interior, fresh to brisk northerly
winds.
For Southern California— Fair: nearly stationary
temperature: fresh to brisk westerly winds.
For Nevada—Fair weather; stationary tempera
ture.
For Utah— Fair weather: warmer.
For Arizona—Fair weather: stationary tempera
ture.
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair weather:
nearly stationary temperature; fresh to brisk west
erly winds.
O. E. Lawtos, Acting Forecast Official.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK, N, V.. June 17.—The stock mar
ket opened active and firm as a rule, but the coal
stocks were a notable exception, being heavy on
selling by a bear clique which circulated unfavor
able rumors as to the condition of the trade, forcing
Reading down iy 8, New Jersey Central 1% and
Susquehanna and Western preferred 314. The de
pression in other shares was merely temporary
and they soon joined in the general advance,
which continued throughout the day with slight
reactions due to small sales to realize profits. At
the high point the appreciation In values ranged
from Vs to 514 per cent, the latter in Pullman on
purchases of 3100 shares induced, it is claimed, by
the adjournment of the Illinois Legislature, from
which hostile legislation was feared.
Tennessee coal advanced 214, and Susquehanna
and Western preferred advanced 3 per cent, Mis
souri Pacific and Kansas and Texas preferred 214,
Rubber li's; Chicago Gas and Canada Southern,
Atchison, Rock Island and Texas Pacific iv per
cent. Pacific Mail and St. Paul and nuluth ad
vanced lVg per cent. In the final dealings Pull
man reacted 2%: Rubber and Susqupharina pre
ferred 1 per cent. The general market closed
strong at or near the best prices made.
The bond speculation was active and strong.
Bales $2,383,000. Government bonds steady.
State bonds inactive. Railroad bonds strong.
Petroleum steady; closed $1 50 bid.
Grain and Merchandise.
Flour — Receipts, 21,000 bbls: exports. 11.000
bbis; sales, 11,000 pksrs. Weaker and unsettled,
with very little demand, and prices still more or
less nominal. Winter steadier than Spring. Rj-e
: Flour dull. Sales. 100 bbls.
Wheat—Receipts, none: exports, 12,700 bushels;
sales, 25,540,000 bushels futures: 112.000 spot.
Spot irregular; No. 2 red. store and elevator. 7H",.-;
afloat, 77'4c; f. o. b., 78%.afloat: No. 1 Northern,
BOB4C delivered : No. 1 hard, 81 "/»• Options were
decidedly lowerto-day with a final rally, which leu '
prices iy B@2c8@2c net decline. No. 2 red June closed
767/8 C: July, 76 3-16®78c, closed 77% c: August,
7634(%7& 3 closed 77 '< 4c; September, 7714(a79c.
closed 79yic: December, ,8%@805' Be, closed
79V Be.
Hops—Dull. *
Wool—Finn.
Petroleum—Quiet: United closed $1 50 bid.
Pig Iron— Steady: American, $12@12 50.
Copper— Easy: brokers' price, $10 50; exchange
price, $10 65.
strong: brokers' price, $3 12i!>; exchange
price, $3 26.
Tin— Straits, $13 80: plates, mancet steady.
Spelter—Firm : domestic, $3 65.
Sales on 'Change. 10 tons spot tin, $13 90.
Coffee—Options opened quiet but firm, closed
firm at 15@25 points net advance; sales, 5250
bags, including: March, -514 25: July. $14 35: Sep
tember. $14 40®14 45: October. $14 45@14 55;
December, $14 50.
Spot Coffee—Rio, dull: No. 7, $15 75: mild,
quiet: Cordova, $18@18 75.
Sugar—Raw, quiet and steady; refined, quiet.
CHICAGO MARKETS.
CHICAGO, 111. .Tune 17.—After a 2%c break
on big foreign shipments, wheat cables and better
crop reports, wheat was rescued to-day by shorts
and closed but 114° lower than on Saturday.
More long wheat was for sale at the opening than
buyers could be found for it, and within from %c
to lc below the price it closed at on Saturday.
The first transactions in July were from 7o:''4(a,
7414 c against 74 % cat the close of the session on
Saturday. On Saturday June sold as high as
818,40. so that in exactly ten days a decline of 8c
per bushel took place. The additional weakness
was due to a Liverpool cablegram, quoting Id
lower in the price and added the significant re
mark, "Shipments large."
Later in the day, when over 9.000,000 bushels
was found to have been put afloat last week, al
though this country and Canada had only contrib
uted 1,700.000 bushels of the quantity, the weak
ness with which business for the day began was
intensified Dy the covering purchases of wheat pre
viously sold short, which • were heavy enough tor
about half an hour to cause a reaction to 745^jc,
but the Immense amount of the week's shipments
showed how they were regarded by the crowd
when about 10:30 o'clock a drop to 7314 c had
taken place. The market had become weaker and
weaker as the session progressed, up to about 12
o'clock, when the decline was arrested.
The reaction which followed the further decline
to 721,4 c was not due to any noticeable buying out
side of what was being taken to cover" shorts.
The price began to improve after noon and trading
at 74c for July was in progress within a few min
utes of the close, the market ending at 735/3 C.
Tne corn market was under a spell ot weakness
at the opening, which lasted till the ncony \v»s
passed in wheat. July corn opened at 48 1 s c. com
pared with 488/8 Cat the close on .Saturday. Tne
tendency after the first few minutes was toward
improvement, and after following wheat for an
hour or so it struck oui for itself and landed at
493/gC.
A very active market vas reported for oats. The
market was very steady at the close, September
oats gaining i^c on the dny.
The provision market was affected for an hour
after the opening by wheat, but later on In the day
it took corn for its leader and recovered a small de
cline ma<le at the start, leaving off firm without
change irom Saturday's closing rates.
The leading futures rauged as follows:
Wheat No. 2 — Highest. Lowest.
June 741-gc 71 %c
July 74460 72 V4C
September 75 %c 73% c
Corn No. 2 —
June 48"/ c 47y»c.
July 49y 2 c 48y 8 c
September 50% c 49yic
Mesi Fork per bbl— ■
July 812 45 $12 32y»
September .sl2 75 $12621/2
Lard per 100 lbs—
July 96021-!. $6 60
September...... ....$682v5 $6 80
Short Ribs per 100 lbs— . .
July : $6 37% $6 30
September ...,.*.-.... $6 60 ¥6 52i/ 2
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour— Easier.
No. 2 Spring Wheat. 745/ 8 8 c: No. 3 do, 76c;
No. 2 Red, '73y«@74V8C: No. 2 Corn, 49y 8 ;
No. 2 Oats. 29c: No. 2 White. 31»,{c:
No. 3 White. So3,i@3iy;jC: No. 2 . Rye, 62c:
No. 2 Baney, 53c: No. 3 Barley, 50(Si53yoc;-No. 4
Barley. 48c: No. 1 Flaxseed. $1 50%: Prime
Timothy Seed, »5 50; Mess Pork, y obi., $12 371
(£l2 50; Lard. %* 100 lbs., 86 521/2^6 55; Short
Kibs, Sides (loose), $6 25@6 30: Dry .sailed Shoul
ders (boxed), ss3/ B r<£siA: Short Clear Sides (boxed),
fßV2fg6s/K: Whisky, distillers' finished goods, &
gal., $126%; Sugars, Cut Loaf, unchanged: Gran
ulated, unchanged: Standard A, unchanged.
On the Produce Exchange to-aay the Butter mar
ket was steady. Creameries. Jo@l7y2C; Dairies,
10@16c; Eggs, steady, 10%@liyac.
Livestock.
In cattle the meager supplies are causing a
stronger market and good to choice beeves were 10
@15c per 100 lbs higher to-day with a brisk de
mand. Sales were on a basis of $3 7.Vas6 for com
mon to extra cattle; native butchers' and canners"
stock stronger; cows, $1 75@4 50: bulk, $3 50@
8 75; bulls, <2@3 50; veals, $:>(g,(s: stockers
and feeders. $2 40(g,4; very choice feeders, $4 15
<&4 25.
In hogs the price started off 6c higher than Sat
urday, but eased off later in the day; heavies,
$4 4(Va4 80: bulk do, $4 65(44: 75; mixed, $4 40
@4 70; lights, $4^4 45.
In sheep there was an active' demand. Choice
yearlings and lambs moved up 10@15c and all
pood sheep were very strong. Spring lambs, $4 50
fe6 15; sheep, $1 50(0.4 60.
Receipts: Cattle, 10,500; calves. 300; hogs,
84,000: sheep, 8000.
WHEAT IN NEW YOKK.
NEW YORK, N. V., June 18.— Liquidation was
the order of the day in grain to-day. Big blocks of
wheat were thrown over, resulting in a 3c break,
Of which lyic was finally recovered. Trading
was active all day, with total transactions of 23.
--540,000 bushels. On the down grade a good many
stop orders were caught, thus increasing the offer
ings and adding to the bulls' demoralization. Bear
points were thick, among tli£ most important
being the report of heavy Russfan shipments for
I the weeK, lower cables with considerable foreign
. selling, good rains West, insuring better crop
1 news. The public kept aloof to-day, which was
another discouragement to the bulls. In the after
noon, however, the market braced up considerably
on talk of too much ran and prospects of a wet
harvest in the Southwest, coupled with an im
proved export demand. Traders who sold freely
all the forenoon now tumbled over each other in
their eagerness to cover, resulting in a sharp rally,
the close being strong. The range on July, which
opened at 77y 2 c, was to 78c, down to 76ygC, and
closing at 775/
STOCKS IN LONDON.
NEW YORK. N. V., .Tune 17.— The Evening
Post's London cablegram Bays: The stock markets
were steady to-day, but first-class mortgages were
the only active feature. Except Readings, Ameri
cans were firm, the rise in New York, the good
Atchison earnings and better crop reports being
the favorable Influences. Dealings were, however,
mainly professional. The speculative attention of
the public is still turned to Kaffirs.
VISIBLE GRAIN SUPPLY.
NEW YORK, June 17.— The visible supply of
grain Saturday, June 16, as compiled by the
New York Produce Exchange, Is as follows:
Wheat, 47,757,000 bushels, decrease 480.000;
corn, 10,784,000, decrease 799,000; oats, 68,661,
--000, decrease 88,000; rye, 177,000, decrease
10,000: barley, 118,000, decrease 24,000.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK MARKET.
OMAHA, Nkbr.. June 17.— — Receipts,
300; strong. Steers, $3 25@4 55; cows, $3 40®
3 45.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALES.
NEW YORK, N. V.. June 14.— The Earl Fruit
Company sold California fruit as follows: Tragedy
plums, $2 05; Royal apricots. $1 15@1 60; Alex
ander peaches, 75c@$l 30; Black Tartarian cher
ries, 75i<gu}!l 40; Royal Annes, 75c@$l 35: Black
Republican, 90c; assorted cherries, in bad order,
60c@85.
Porter Brothers Company: Tragedy prunes,
$3 87%: Clyman plums, $2 05; Royal apricots,
$1 20@l 45: Alexander peaches, 90crd$l 25: Rojal
Anne cherries. 55e(§$l 25: Tartari.ms, 60c@$l 25;
Bigerau, 75c@$l 10; Eagles, $110. '
The National Fruit Association: Alexander
peaches, mostly $I@l 76: some poor condition,
80c; Royal apricots, $1 KVai 75; Eureka apricots,
$2 15: cherry plums, $I@l 65; Clyman plums,
$2 90: Tragedy prunes, $4 35.
CHICAGO, 11.1-, June 17.— The National Fruit
Association sold: Alexander peaches. 90c@$l 40;
Goslan peaches. 85c: Royal apricots, BSc@fl 20:
Clyman plums, $1 50@l 55: Royal Hative plums,
mostly $1 50(al 55; some small, 85c.
The Earl Fruit Comyany ; Koenig Claude plums,
?2: Royal Hative plums. $1 50(a>l 70; < Ivman
plums, " $1 50@I 70: Cherry plums, $l<ai2s;
Royal apricots, 90c3i$l 25; Alexander peaches,
60c@$l 10; Black Republican cherries. §130;
Royal A nnes. 75c(a$l 20, some in bad order.
Porter Bros. Company: Abundance plums,
$4 10: Tragedy prunes, $2 35. to $3 50; St. Cath
erine plums. $1 tif>@l 80: CJyman plums, $1 35®
1 75: in 10-pound boxes 60c: Cherry plums, $1 15
(h 1 35: in 10-pound boxes 55c: Royal Hative
plums, fl 50: Koenig Claude plums, .flO5: Brill
plums. 80@85c; Republican cherries. $1 45;
Montgamet apricots. $1 35@1 45: in boxes $1 10;
Royal apricots, 65c@§l 15; peach apricots, 80@
85c; Alexander peaches. 50c@-?110; in half boxes,
Hartlett pears, 55c.
NEW YOKK STOCKS.
Hotids, Exchange, Money and Railroad
Glares.
Money on call easy at 1??. Prime mercantile paper,
"VztS^yaSJ- Sterling exchange strong, with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4 59i,4@4 89y 2 for
demand and $4 88i<:i@4 S8y 2 for sixty days. Posted
rates. $4 89J&4 90. Commercial bills, $4 87*A<3
4 87%. Silver certificates, 665 / 4@67y B e. '"""
CLOSING STOCKS.
Atchison 10% Northern Pacific.. 4%
Adams Express. . .145 | Preferred 173.1
Alton.TerreHaute. 04y 2 D. P., Den. & Gulf. 6&
Preferred Northwestern 10014
American Express.l 3 3 | Preferred 144 i/ 2
American Tobacco.ll4 N. Y. Central 1023/.
Preferred 114H ! N. Y. it New Ensr. 435/&
Baltimore A Ohio.. 63-/2 Ontario <t Western. 18y 8
Hell Telephone Oregon Improvmt. 9
Canada Ptcilic 63y 2 Oregon Navigation. 29V 3
Canada Sob them.. 56y 2 Oregon Short Line. 6y 4
Central Pacific... 191/* Pacific Mull 32
(I.s. A 0hi0....... 22% Peona, Evans. 5y2
Chicago Alton 152 iPittsburg..... 157
Chicago, B.&Q 85% Pullman Palace...
Chicago Gas Reading 16%
Consolidated Gas. .146 1 '8 Richmond Termini
C. C. C. &St. I^ouis. 46i'ij : Preferred... - —
Colo. Coal & Iron.. " 8 3 RioGrande&Westn 191/4
Cotton Oil Cert 27 1 -2 ' Prelerred 4514
Del. Hudson 129y 4 Rock Island 73y 4
J)el.LackG Westernl62 Su. L. & S.F.lst pf.
Denver <fc It. G.pfd. 47y St.Paul 69
Distillers 19V* Preferred 123
East Tennessee .St. Paul <& Omaha.. 41
line 10y 3 ! Preferred 115
Preierred 22 (Southern R. li 1414
Fort Wayne 157 I Preferred 4ly
Gr«uNorthrrnpfd.l34y 2 St. P. M. <£ M......134
Chicago X 111 pfd. 991/2 outh< m Pacific... 241/4
Hocking Valley... 261/t Sugar Refinery 1175/ 8
Illinois Central.... 96 Term. Coal & Iron. 373/
I St. Paul <fc Dultith. 30 V» Texas Pacific 13y
i Kansas Texas pi 34 Tol. A Ohio Cen. pf 80
Lake Erie Westn 245 Union Pacific 123/4.
Preferred 83% U. S. Express 40
Lake Shore 148 SVab. S. L. A Pac.. 85,4
I.ea<l Trust 3Gi/ 8 Preferred ; 20
Louisville A Nash. 59% Wells-Farso. 108
Louisville ANewAl IP Western Union 93%
Manhattan Consul. Wheeling &L.E.. 14%
Memjihis A Charis. 15 ' Preferred.. 45%
Michigan Central. .102% Minn. A St. L new. 21%
Mexican Central... Denver, A Rio G... 15
Missouri Pacific 31% General Electric.. . 355/ 8
Mobile & Ohio 26 National Linseed.. 29
Nashville Chatt... 60 Colo. Fuel A Iron.. 2914
National Cordage.. 1%! Preferred 65
Preferred 31 £H. A Texas Cent.. . 2
N. J. Central 2 T01.A.A.& N.Mich. 23,4
Norfolk A West pf. 14 Tol.St. Louis A K.C. 6
North American... 514' Preferred 141&
CLOSINU BONDS.
D S 4s, new, reg...123V Cen Pac lstsof '95.103
Do. 4s coupon... 123%'Den«fc 11 G 7s 112%
VS 5s registered.. 11 tis/si Do, 45.... 6834
5s coupon 116«/ 8 Erie 2ds. 67%
Do, is registered.] H * S A 6s 99
Do, 4s coupon. ..113 Do, 7s 103%
Do. 2s registered. 97 H & Tex Cent .111
Pacific 6s of '95.... 100 i Do, 6s 105
Ala Class A 107 JMKTfirst4s 86y 8
Do, Class B 107 | Do. second 45.... 60V 8
Do, C1a55C....... 97 Mutual Union 65.. .112
Do, Currencies... 97 N J Cent Gen 55... 11734
La.New Consols 4s. 97 Northern Pac 15t5.1191,4
Missouri 6s 100 Do, 2d5... 102
N Carolina 65.. 125% Northwest Consols.l4o%
Do, 4s 100 Do, SF deb 55. ..109
SO Non-fund 1% R Grand eWest Ists 781/4
Term new set 65... 88y iSt Paul Consols 75.128
Do,-55.. .100 i Do, C& P W 55. .116
Do, 35.... iStL&lronMtGenSs 79y 2
Ter m old 6s 60 St L<fc S F Gen 65.108V2
Va Centuries ... 61% Southern R. R. 6s. 98%
Do, deferred 6 Texas Pacific firsts 92%
Atchison 4s 76 Texas Pac seconds. 31
Do. 2d A 25% Union l'ac Ist 0f '96. 106
Canada South 2ds.. 106 ; West Shore 4s 107
OR & N Ists 1121/4!
FOREIGN MARKETS.
WHEAT IN LIVKRPOOL.
.LIVERPOOL, Eng., June 17.— The spot market j
is lower at 5s 7%d@ss B%d. Cargoes are 3d lower.
FCTUKKS. 'r 1 "■
The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations for No. 2 Red Winter: June,
6s7d:Juiy. ss7V4d: August, 5s 8d; September,
5s Bi4d; October, os Sy 2 d. ■ !
SKCURITIES.
LONDON. Eno., June 17.— Consols, 106%; sil
ver, 30 7-16 d; French Rentes, 102f 60c.
PORTLAND'S BUSINESS.
PORTLAND, Or.. June 16.— Exchanges, $252,-
S2B: balances. 551.789.
Wheat— Quiet and weak; Walla Walla, 60(<£51c
¥ bushel; Valley, 62@53c "%> bushel.
EXCHANGE AND BULLION.
Sterling Exchange, 60 days — $4 88ya
Sterling Exchange, sight — 4 H9Vj
New York Exchange, sight — f'2i- 3
New York Exchange, telegraphic... — 05'
Fine Silver, spot, % ounce — , 66%
.Fine Silver, 30 days.'.' — . wit
Mexican Dollars 1 ...... ..63% 64
PRODUCE MARKET
WHEAT AM) UTHKK GKAINS.
WHEAT— The Oriente takes for Cork 38,295
ctls, valued at 9*8,428.
The Eastern and foreign markets continue to de
cline and this market Is soft in sympathy. Shippers
have reduced their bias to 90c," and although they
cannot get any Wheat, at this figure, they will not
pay any more. No. 1, »0c: choice, 92y 2 c; lower
grades, 80(<j88 3 /ic; ..extra choice for milling, 97y 2 c
@$102ya^ctI. \ b> *2 >.
: . . CAM, BOARD SALES. .
Informal Session — 10 o'clock— December—
100 tons. $1 027/ ; 100. $1 03; 200. $1 03i«- 1300,
$1 03i/ 4 : 100. $1 03%: 500, $1 03%.
• c Regular •- Mobniks . session— December—
tons, $1 04%: 600, $1 05; 1800, $1 043/.- 1600 ■
$1 04%; 700. $1 048,4; 2300, $1 04y . -v •
afternoon' Session— December — 600 tons.
81 04»/ 8 ; 400, 041^.^., . , \
■ BARLEY— Is doing -better.- Two cars of new
crop sold at 61 i/4c. - Feed, 60c Q ctl | for ordinary
and 61i4@62y 2 c for choice bright; Brewing, nomi
nal at 67y5@77y 2 c * ctl. : :.- ; 4. r
.:. .'. '--. . .-■;> ;-.*.• CAM, BOARD BALKS. > '
■ Informal Session— lo o'clock— No sales. 'iv—~ :
Regular ■ Morning 'Session — December— loo
tons, 65 V c; 1000, 65% c; 600, 653/ 8 c; 900,6534 c.
Ai ih.u.soos Bkssioj,' — December — 100 tons,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1895.
65V c: 200, 653< 8 c; 100, 65Vic; 1200, 65c; 100,
65y e. , , • . ■ ■
OATS — Receipts from the north keep the market
well supplied. -'Milling,'' $1 02y 2 071/2: fancy
Feed. $I@l 05; good to choice, 90@97y2c: com
mon to fair. 85@87y 2 c; Gray, 87V2@95c; Surprise,
$1 07y2@l 1214 -& ctl. -
CORN— Steadily held. Large Yellow, $1 10®l 15
Ti* ctl; Small Round Yellow, $1 10@l 15; White,
$I@l 10 $ ctl. .
It YE— Quoted at 90c for old and B(>i4@B7i/2C 3
ctl for new. Sale of 1200 sacks old at 90c. . j
BUCKWHEAT— NominaI at 85@90c B Ctl.
PLUIIR AND BIIIXSTUFFS.
FLOUR— The China steamer took out 23,577
bbls, the largest invoice on this account up to date.
Net cash prices are as follows: Family extras,
$3 50@:-S 80 f» bbl; Bakers' extras, $3 40@3 50;
superfine, $2 25@2 50 ft bbl.
MILLSTUFFS-Rye Flour, 3y 2 c^ ft.: Rye Meal,
3c; Graham Flour, 3c; Oatmeal, 414 c; Oat Groats,
sc: Cracked Wheat. 3%c: Buckwheat Flour. 2 c:
Pearl Barley, 4y4@45.4c %« 1b; Rice Meal, 512@15
■$>. ton. ■
CORNMEAL, ETC.— Table Meal. 3@3%c: Feed
Corn, $24(a)25: Cracked Corn, $24 50(<j»25 50 V
ton; Hominy. 4y 2 @4»4c $ lb.
HAY AND FEEDSTUFFS.
BRAN— SI 3 50@14 50 'f, ton.
MIDDLINGS— 50@19 50 $ ton.
FEEDSTUFFS— and rolled Barley,
$13@14; Oilcake Meal at the mill. $25 $ ton; Cot
tonseed Oilcake. .$24 1* ton.
HAY— Arrivals wore heavier, being 743 tons.
Prices showed no chancre. New Wheat, 88©10; |
New Wild Oat, $6 nO;§)8 50; new Wheat and Oat, $7 i
@9: new Alfalfa.ss(g}sso.Wequoteold Hay: Wheat,
$8 50(a)ll 50: Wheat and Oat. $B@lo 50: Barley,
?7&550; Oat, $8@10: Alfalfa. $7@B 50; Clover,
$7@B: Compressed, $7 50@10; Stock, $5@7 « ton.
STRAW— bale.
BEANS AND SEEDS.
BEANS — No change .to report. .Kayos are
quotable at $1 25@1 50 9 ctl; Small Whites, $2 66
@2 90: Pea, $2 50@2 76 ? ctl ; Large Whites, $2 50®
'£ 80: Pink,sl2s@l4s;Rerts,sl 25 Blackeye,s3 2s
@3 75: Red Kidney, nominal ; Li mas. $4@4 25; But
ters. $1 76@2 for small and $2@2 25 %4 ctl for large.
SEEDS— nominal. Flax, $2 25@2 50 $
ctl : Canary, 3V4@3%c ¥■ lb : Alfalfa, 7@73 / ic; Rape,
l%@2Vic; Hemp, 4c % lb. -
DRIED PEAS— Split Peas, 4@434c; Green Peas,
nominal; Niles, nominal; Blackeye, nominal. ;
POTATOES, ONIONS, VEGETABLES.
POTATOES— Are weaker. Burbanks quotable at
40(a.75c ctl : New Potatoes, In sks, 36(&60c; New
Early Rose, In boxes, from the River, 40@65c; i
Oregon Burbanks, 65@75c «* ctl.
ONIONS— No particular change. New Reds, 60
@70c V ctl: Silverskins, 65@85c fl ctl.
VEGETABLES— Cabbage is scarcer and firm.
Other Vegetables are weak and dull. Green Pp)>
pers quotable at B@l2y 2 r •$» Jb; Green Corn, 10@
20c f< doz; Tomatoes from Los Angeles, $lfol 25
ii box; from Vacaville, $I@l 25 ?> box: Summer
Squash, 25@35c for Vacaville and 50@65c for Bay: j
Asparagus, 25@75c for ordinary and * 1 (it 1 75 13 ■
box for choice; Rhubarb, 40(a>65c V box: Green 1
Peas, 76c@$l sack for common and iy<>@2%n |
Ib for Garden: String Beans, li/;>(ii2y 2 c ptb tor 1
Green, M@4c for Refugee and Fountain and 2 j
(g,3c for Golden Wax: Marysville Cucumbers, :
50@85c & bx: Bay Cucumbers', $1 60@l 75 %* bx:
Dried Okra, 15c %> lb: Dry Peppers, 12%@16c;
Cabbage, 75c %4 ctl; Feed Carrots, i>o@4oc; Garlic,
3@4c "$ lb.
BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS.
BUTTER — Prices have moved up again and are
firm. From 20 to 25 cars have thus far been
shipped East and this has helped the market a
great deal. Stocks are moderate.
Crkamkry— Fancy, 2 @l4c: seconds, 12y 2
18c ¥ tb. " . v ;•/' -
Dairy— Fancy, 12@12y c V> lb: good to choice, ;
ll@ll%c; medium grades, 9 1 /3©l° J '2 c; store But
ter. S@Sc ~& lb.
CHhtSK- Fancy mild new. 6@6y 2 c "jS lb; com
mon to good, 4<ai.V t* H>: Young "America, s@7c; '
' Eastern, Ily-@l2%c; Western, ~6(KBc f» tb.
EGGS-— The market is dragging- again, receipts
being larger and the demand slower. DcckKggs,
j 15@17c 13 dozen: store Eggs. 15@llic: ranch Eggs,
17(jil8c £> aoz, with 19c for extra fancy marks. j
POULTRY AND GAME. i
POULTRY — Very dull. Live Turkeys, are j
quotable at 12@13c 'f, lb for Gobblers: 12%@13c 9 I
lb for Hens: Geese, t* pair, lfl(a.l 25; Goslings,
85c@.$l : Ducks, .s:* 50@4 V doi :or old and $3@5 50 |
for young; Hens, $4ftzir. %t doz; Roosters, .young,
$7r<iß 50: do, old, $4 50@6 $tdoz; Fryers, $f,(gi6 j
*& dozen; Broilers, $3 5(%4 50 for large and $1 50 !
(g.2 50 for small; Pigeons, $1 60@2 for young and
Old.
Game— Nominal.
DECIDUOUS AND CITKUS FRUITS.
ORCHARD FRUITS— advance in Cherries i
; was the principal feature. Good Apricots were
firm. Peaches kept steady. Plums, 50c@$l tj\ box;
I Peaches, 25@50c and 30<a50c "0 nskt; Cnerrv
I 25@40c ?* drawer: Green Apples, 20@40c "fi box
I Pin ma, and 25@36c '?. bskf. lied Apples, 50c<3$l 25
I i 3 box and 25@50c %». basket: Green Pears. 25c ;
I%* box and basket ; Apricots, 25(gj60c 9 liox j
\ and 35@50c "& basket for Royals: Cherries, Ks@oOi-
I "t* box lor red and white and 60@75c 1* box for
I black; 4@sc 1* tb for white in bulk ami ;'><«<><• ',
j for black in bulk; Royal Anne, tsO@76c %* box and
I s@sy2c£ ID in bulk.
BERRIES — Not much change yesterday. Black
berries are quotable at .f'/ 50@4 'ft chest: Rasp- j
berries, $2 50@5 f* chest and 50c f« crate: Cur- i
rants, $2 50@4 f. chest; Gooseberries, l@l^cfor j
common, and 2 1/ 2(S3c y Hi for Oregon Improved: ,
Strawberries, $5(57 Jor Longworths and $2 60(<u
3 50 "f* chest for large berries. 1
CITRUSFRUITS— NaveIs, $1 50@S: Seedlings,
60cto$l V box: California Lemons, 75r@$l f>o for ,
common and $2@3 for good to choice; Mexican !
Limes, $4(g,4 50 %i bx; Bananas, $1 25(0;2 %i bunch; ',
Pineapples, !j>4@s %4 dozen.
DRIED FKUITS, RAISINS, NUTS, ETC.
DRIED FRUlTS— Prunes, four sizes, are quot
able at 334 @4c •$ lb; larger sizes, s@6c 11,I 1 , !b; '
smaller sizes, li/ 2 @3c; Applfs,4@4y 2 cforslicedand J
5(&5y:2C for evaporated: Bleached Peaches. 4V 2 @ j
6c; Apricots, 6(a6c for fair to choice and 7<§i7y 2
lor fancy Moorpark: Pears, 4@4y 2 c for evaporated
halves. 3@4c tor quarters and ly 2 @2c for inferior :
goods; Plums, 3@3y«c for pitted and iy 2 c for un- j
pitted; Figs, black, 4c tor pressed and 3y 2 c for 1
unpressed.
RAISINS AND DRIED GRAPES — Raisins— i
Four-crown loose are quoted at 3y 2 c; three-crown, 1
2y 2 c ¥* lb: 2-crown, 2c "& lb: seedless Sultanas, 3c ;
%> lb; seedless Muscatels, 2c lb; 3-crown London ;
layers, $1 35@1 45 ''&. box; clusters, $2 25@2 75; ;
Dehesa clusters, $2 50; Imperial clusters, $3 50: j
Dried Grapes— iy 2 @l /i %* lb. ■
NUTS— Chestnuts quotable at 3@sc; Walnuts, I
7@loc m lb for paper-shell and sofisheu, and |
6®7c "$ Vb for hardshell; Almonds, 2@2y 2 c %>. lb |
for hardshell, and s(§>6c ft lb for softshell, and j
'■ for .paper-shell: Peanuts, s@t>c for Eastern and
4@4y 2 c for California; Hickory Nuts. s@6c: Pe
cans. 6c for rough and 8c forpolished ; Filberts. 8@
Be; Brazil Nuts, 7@7V2C V- tti; Cocoanuts, $4 50
(a 550 « 100. • , .
HONEY— New Comb. Iiy 2 @12y 2 c: old Comb. 6
@10c; new water-white extracted, 5@5y 2 c: light
amber extracted, 4yb@sc: dark amber, 4(g)4 'Ac.
BEESWAX— Quoted at 26@28c lb. -.
PROVISIONS.
CORED MEATS— Bacon, B®By2C 9 tb for heavy
and 8Y 2 (s9c lb for light medium, ll@liy 2 c for
light, 12@12y 2 c ¥ for extra light and 12y 2 @l3c i
for sugar-cured; Eastern Sugar-cured Hums, 12(ol I
12MtC; California Hams, 10y 2 @llc; Mess Beef, $7 I
(5.7 50 "& bbl; extra mess do, $B@B 50: family do, |
10; extra prime Pork, $9 50 %4 bbl; extra clear, i
.sl7 50@18 V bbl; mess,sls@ls 50 1* bbl; Smoked
Beef, 9y 2 @loc lb.
LARD— Eastern, tierces at 6V2C ?*lb for com
pound and 8c lb for pure: pails, 9c: California,
tierces, 6c for compound and 7y 2 c for pure; half
bbls, 7%c; 10- ft) tins, 8c •$ lb; do 5-!b, 8y 2 c "$ lb.
COTTOLENE— 73/ic in tierces and B%c V lb in
10-lb tins. ; ______ ' .
HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL AND HOPS.
HIDES AND SKlNS— Leading dealers give the l
following^ quotations: Heavy salted steers, 10c
%4 ' tb: medium. Bi/^@9c "$ lb: light, . B@By 2 c f*
lb: Cowhides, B@By 2 c <& !b: salted Kip, 7c fi lb;
salted Calf. 9c; salted veal. ary Hides, usual se
leclion, 19c «* tb; culls and brands, 14c f^ lb; dry
Kip, 14@15c: Cry Calf, 20c; prime Goatskins, 2o®
35c each: Kids. sc: Deerskins, good summer, 30c
%< lb; medium. 15@25c; winter, 10@15; Sheen
skins, shearlings, 10@20c each; short wool, 25@35c
each; medium, 30(a.45c each: long wool, 40@60c
each. Culls of all kinds about i/>c less.
TALLOW— No. 1 rendered, 4i,4@4i-' country
Tallow, 4@4y 4 c; refined, 6c; Grease, 3@3y<>c V lb".
WOOL— Quotations for the spring clip are:
Hurpboldt anil Mendocino, ll@l2y 2 c lb;
Choice Northern, 10@llc "f Vb: San .loaquin, year's
staple, 6{a.7c lb: do, seven months', 6feßc;"Cala
vt-ras and Foothill, 8@10c: Nevada, 7(n(9c; East
ern Oregon, heavy, 6(q<7y2C; do choice, B(gi9c; Val
ley Oregon, ll(g)12y 2 c * tb. v •
HOPS — We quote good to choice, 4@6c % lb; in
ferior and old Hops, 2@3c $ ib.
SAN FRANCISCO MEAT MARKET.
Wholesale rates for dressed stock from slaugh
terers are as follows:
BEEF— First 7 quality, B@sy»c; second quality,
4V 2 c: third do, 3@4c f, lb.
VEAL— Large, 4@sc; small, s@7c "$ Ib. *^t
MUTTON— Weathers. 4c; Ewes, 3V"@4c «i lb.
LAMB-Spring, 3 @sc f« tb. ■ , ,-T „ ,
PORK— Live Hogs, 3c %} lb for soft, 4@41.4c for
hard and 4@4i/ic for feeders ; dressed do, b(qHiy c.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE. %
MONDAY, June 17.
Flour, qr. sits 26.837iRr»n, «ks .;...... (50
• Washington..... 6,908 Washington..... 957
Wheat,ctls.........ll,49sjMiddlings, sks... 60
Barley, ctls. ... 288 Wool, bi5..... ." 876
0at5, ct15.. ......... 1,195 ' Washington SI
Washington 4,050 Leather, r0115...... 216
Rye, ctls 263 Wine, gals... 69 900
Corn, ct15....... v... 452, Hides, no 1,039
Beans, 5k5........ .279 Pelts, Dd15. .•.'.. ;.'.-• 12
Potatoes, 51c5~.... 8,281 Lime, bb15......... - 380
Onions, 5ka....;... 601 Quicksilver, flasks 145
Hay. tons. 743 Mustard, Seed, ska 84
Straw, t0n5. ....... 85 Chicory, bb15...... : 6
GENERA!. MERCHANDISE.
.BAGS— Calcutta Grain Bags, 4%c: Wool Bags,
24@26c. :- ."" •'. ,': '■•; :- - :'"-. .' ;:
, Wellington, *8; New Wellington, $8 $*
ton: South Held Wellington,* $7 50; Seattle, $6 50;
Bryant, $6: Coos Bay, $5 ft '■ ton: Wallsend, $7 50;
Scotch, $8: Byrmbo, $7 50: Cumberland, $13 50
in bulk and $15 in sacks: Pennsylvania Anthra
cite Egg, $12: Welsh Anthracite Egg, »9; Cannel,
S8; Rock Springs, Castle Gate and Pleasant Val
ley, $7 60; Coke, 812 in bulk and 14 in sacks, r - f
SUGAR— The Western Sugar Refining Company
quotes, terms net cash: Cube, Crushed, Powdered" |
and Fine Crushed, all 534 c: Dry Granulated, si/gc;
Confectioners' A, sc: Magnolia A, 4% c : Extra C,
4Vbc; Golden C, 414 c; D, 4c: half barrels, i>4c
more than barrels, and boxes X /2 C more.
THE STOCK MARKET
The week opened firm, with a fair demand for
stocks, and prices were somewhat higher, Con.
Cal. & Va. touching $2 50, Ophir $1 40, and the
other stocks selling a few cents better. Bodie was
als2 firmer and sold up to 30c.
NOTES.
The Inyo Canal Company has levied Its twenty
first assessment of 10 cents per share, delinquent
July 3.
The delinquent sale of the Andes Mining Com
pany has been postponed to June 24.
On the Stock and Bond Exchange San Francisco
Gas sold at $70 75, and Edison Light and Power
was offered at $91 without a taker.
The semi-annual dividends of the local savings
banks are now being declared. The San Francisco
Savings Union announces the first one, at the rate
of 4 8-10 per cent per annum on term and 4 per
cent on ordinary deposits, payable July 1.
The west drift from the Ward shaft on the 820
level which the Bullion Mining Company is, run
ning is now in 1611 feet. The face is in porphyry.
The official letter from the Occidental Consoli
dated mine for the past week says: Five-hundred
level— The winze from the north drift on this level
j has been sunk during the week six feet, giving a
j to.al depth of fifty-three feet, continuing in ore of
the average assay value of $36 per ton. Five-hun
dreil-fifty level— The west crosscut on this level is
in a distance of 200 feet; advanced during the
week, ten feet. The face is in porphyry and clay,
with bunches of quartz, and hhows some value.
The following official reports have been placed on
file:
Con. Cai. & Va.— 1650 level— On the ninth
floor (the first floor above the sill floor of this level)
the drift south from the east crosscut from drift
south from south end of stope has been extended
IS feet, total length 164 feet; face in porphyry and
quartz of low value. On twelfth floor the drift
south from east crosscut has been extended 20
feet, total length 195 feet, in porphyry, with some
low-grade quartz. On second floor from opening
made from drift south from the east crosscut from
main north lateral drift on sill floor of this level in
working north have extracted 7 tons Of ore, assay
ing $60 85 per ton. 1760 level— The opening on
the seventh floor above sill lloor of this level ras
been enlargj-d to 35 feet in length by 6 feet in
width, and from this floor have gone upward with
an opening 10 feet in length by 6 feet in width for
I the eighth floor, carrying ore assaying $25 per ton.
I Along the west side of the eighth floor have cut
into and exposed some timbers of old working.
From the second floor up to the eighth floor above
the sill floor of this level have extracted 164 tons
of ore, making totul extraction for week 171 tons,
the average assay value of which per mine car
samples was $50 33 per ton.
Cuoj.lab— The wi!,ze from the 650 level is now
down on the slope 33 feet, having been sunk 19
j fpet since last report, bottom is low grade quariz
I and porphyry. Oa the sixth door of the stope
i above the 650 level have started a -drift which is I
I now out 10 feet in fuir grade ore. On the 550 level
| we have started a west crosscut 400 south of north
| line, which is now out 15 feet in porphyry. We
i have started it raise from No. 2 west crosscut on
! 450 level. 120 feet north of south line, which is
now up 25 feet: top shows an 11-inch streak of ore
running from $25 to $35 per ton. During the past i
I week we have extracted and sent to the Nevada I
i mill for reduction 90 tons of ore, the battery
i sample of which was $34 50 per ton.
I'otosi — The east crosscut from the end of the
! south drift on the 5;,0 level is out 136 feet, having
been extended 12 leet for the week; the face is in |
; porphyry. The raise from the south drift. 550 j
level, continues to show ii streak of ore 10 Inches I
' wide of fair grade, from $25 to #30 per ton.
llai.k <fc Nokckoss— 97s level— The south drift i
i from west crosscut 1 was advanced 1 6 feet, total !
length 18" feet. Have stopped work in the face of
this drift. Have started east crosscut 2 in onr '
, south drift at a point 115 feet south of eust cross- |
i cut 1 and advanced the same 5 feet; face in por- 1
1 phyry. Wesi crosscut 3 near our northern bound- j
L.ary has been extended 10 feet, total length 112 i
feet; face in porphyry ami stringers of quartz, i
Have done considerable repairing on this level the
past week, intermediate level— Have ivd\anced
, south drift 12 feet, total length 58 feet: taoe in
! porphyry and small seams of ore.
in most of the other Coms'uck mines during the
i week the usual prospecting work was done. No
j new strikes of ore are reported in the oflicial letters.
BOARD SAiKS.
Following were the sales in the San Francisco
i Stock llonrd yesterday:
BKBCI.AR M.ORXIXO SKSSIOX— 9 :30.
600 Belcher. .39 300 C Point. ..38 300 Potost 45
20.) B A 8. . . .46 500 (4 £ C. . ..80100 Savage. ..37
i :;co 47.200 ii jsn m so s .\>v . 62
1 SOO P.odie 28300Mex 60400 Union C. 31
I llliO Chollar. 5f)|5500phir.... 1.40 200 Utah 03
I 60 CCdcV ...2%i 500vermn...15) 150 V Juckt ..43
; 600 Con 1mp.. .011 I
AFTKRN'OON SESSION— 2:3O.
200 Andes .... 2(5 300 CCaV . . 2. M 9 500 Savage . ..35
300 27 50 Con (id ...)-0 1000 S B <fc M.16
700 B A 15 4 5 400 M cx 57 500 15
lOOßodle 30,150 Memo Oo 350 Union... .29
< 200 Chollar.. ..all 50 Ophir. ..1 .35!
Following were the sules In the Pacitic Stock
I Euard yesterdny:
KKIiIT.AR BKSSION — 10:30.
100 Andes 25 100 Clmllengf^S 100 H&N . 93!
100 8e1cher. ..38 ::50 cc*V. .2.45100 91 1
200 I". <t B 43*200 2.47y., 10»l Mcx . 58 i
2(>(t Bodle 2h,l. r )0 2.42W100 0ph1r."i.35 !
700 Bullion. ..10)100 2.40100 is/ s j
KMM hollar.. .63100 C I'oini. . .HblOO 140
100 651500 Exchqr. . .CiiloOO Savajre. ...88
100 54 30OG& C 28i 50 V Jacket. 4:s
bOO 52 1 I
AKTKRNOOX SKSKION— 2:3O.
: 200 8A8.... 4«100 ja C...... 100 Potoal ....31
I 500Ch011ar...51|300 Mex.... 68 100 Union C. .30
450 CCA.V...2.4o|looOphir 13/ 8 |
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
MONDAY, June 17—4 p. if.
Bid.Axkni.\ Bid.Atktd.
Alpha C0n..... 02 03 Jackson... 20 —
, Alia 15 ]q.lulla 02 04
Andes... 24 25 Justice. 13 14
Belcher... 35 :'bjKentucli. 02 03
i Best & Belcher. 43 45 Wash 01 —
; l;entonCou — 45 Mexican 56 67
j 80die.. .:.....-. 29 31 Mono.. 04 05
! 8u11i0n......... 09 lOlMt. Diablo 15 —
I Bitfwer — 05 ; Nevada Queen. — 05
' Caledonia 05 ot> Occidental 18 20
i Challenge Con. 20 22|()phlr ....... 1.30 1.35
! (.hollar 51 62|Overman ...... 18 19
\ Con.Cal.A 2.40 2.45 Potosi 41 43
Con. Imperial. — 02£avaee 34 35
Confidence — 80!Seg. Belcher... 14 16
Con.New York. 02 —Scorpion; — 04
I Crown Point... 35 36 Sierra Nevada. 51 - 52
I East B. & 8... 11 12 Silver Hi 11..... 02 04
EastSierralSev — 05 Silver King 12 20
Exchequer 02 03 Syndicate — 05
Eureka Con 20 —Union Con 28 29
Gould & Curry. 26 28 Utah ....... 03 05
H&le&Rorcrs. 88 S9. Yellow Jacket. 40 42
lowa.. „ — 05 »
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
MONDAY, June 17—2 p. m.
bonds. Bid. A**ed.\ But. Asked.
US 4s coup..! — i Banks. Commercial—
VS 4s reg...lliy» — jAmerßdtTC. —'■ • — ■
Cal-siCbless. lO934 — , Anglo-Cal. . . 57 67%
Cal Elec L 65107y a — Hank of Cai..2203.4225
I CntraC W55102 103 |Cal SD&TCo. 50 —
' ! Dpnt-stPX-cp 92 99 FirsLNattonl.l77% —
I EdsnL*P6s. — * 110 (Grangers — —
! F«fcCH RR6sloo — LondonP<&A.l2si/ 2 —
] Geary-stßss. — 103 I,on(!on&SF. — • 31
Lo3AngL6s. 97% — iMerihEx... 12 —
' Do.Gnted.6s. — 103 Nevada — : —
' ! Mkt-stCble6sl23 — leather B Co.. — . —
! Nevt NgKHs. — 110 j Banks. Savings— -
PC Rlt 68.100 — GerS&LCo.. — 1775
NyßCal6s..loo 103 HumbS«tLlooo —
1 NRyCalss.. — — • Mutual...... — 45
Oak Gas 55..102"4 — Union 500 510
Do, 2di5555..103% — 'Say& Loan.. 110 150
Omnibuses.. — 119% Securltv — 310
, PacßollMbs.io2y 3 — Union Trust. B3o 860
' D0,2d15565..100 — Street Railway—
■ P&ORy6s..llO 120 California.... 103 —
V PJfcChßj-63. — 100 Geary-st — 90
. ! Pwl-stßKbs. — 113 iMarket-5t.... 3834 40
: i Keno,WL*Llo2 105 'Oak.SL<sHav — ' 100
• I RiverWCo6s — 100 Presidio — 18
, I 4 NPRRSsIOIV 2 — Sutter-st — —
. 1 SPRRAriz6s 973,4100 Powder—
. i Cal 65.11 iy 2 — Atlantic D... 17 — V.
. SPRRCaISs. 87&100 California...." 75 —
. Do, lcon«d. 871/2100 Giant.. ...... 14 18%
SPBrRCal6s. 97%100 Jua50n....... — , —
, SV\Vater6s..l22»/4 — Vig0r1t....... — —
, SVWater4s.. 97% — Miscellaneous—
• StktnG<fcE6s — 103 BlkDCoalCo. — 12
• SunstT&T 6s — 103 |Cal Cot Mills. — —
, j Sutter-stR5s.lOVV 2 — iCal Dry Dock -— - — •
. VisaliaWC6s — 02 EdisonLlght. 89% 90
stocks— Water— jGasConAssn. — —
." Contra Costa. 62% — • HawC&SCo.. 41/0 8
Marln C 0.... — 50 HutchSPCo.. 11 12
. San Jose — 100 JudsonMfgC. — ■ —
Valley 100 MerExAssn.loo —
Oas— , OceanicSSCo — 23
Capital — 45 PacAuxFA.. 1% — •
Central 95 — Pacßorax... 98 100 .
. OakGL&H. 44 45 iPacI&NCo. — 30
Gas Imp. — , 82y« Par. Roll Mill 17 —
PacincLight. 44% 46 iparfPaintCo — V 9
1 SanFrancsco . 701/4 71; Pac Trans Co — ' 251/2
Stockton 16 23 PacT&TCo. 60 ' —
Insurance— . :. Sunset T<feT. 35 —
FiremansFd.l6o ' — United Cl».. — 25
Sun — 50 1 > ' •
MORNING SKSSION.
Board-70 Pacific Lighting Co, 45; 150 8 F Gas
light, 70^4.
AFTERNOON SKSHION.
Board-20 Edison Light & Power Co, 89^; 600
Pacific Lighting Co, 45.
Street— 42 Edison Light & Power Co, 90: $5000
Omnibus Cable Bonds, 119; 30 Pacific Lighting
Co, 45.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Sarah M. Hansell to William L. Hansell, lot on
SE corner of Octavia and Greenwich streets. S 110
by E 175; also lot on S line of Greenwich street,
125 Eor octavia, ESO by S 100: also lot on S line
of Greenwich street, 100 E of Octavia, E 25 by S
100, trust deed; $ .
George \V. Reid to Mary A. Reid, lot on SE cor
nor of Page and Laguna streets, S 60 by E 27:6;
gift.
Louise Dorn to Margaret A. Leonard, lot on S\V
comer of Geary and Devisadero streets, W 100 by
William and Lizzie Hinkel to Jacob and Peter
Schaefer. lot on W line of Belvedere street, 136 N
of Frederick, N 25 by W 120; $10.
Robert I), and Jennie Cranston, Hugh and Ther
esa Keenan to J. M. Andrews, lot on 8 line of Wal
ler street, 84:41/2 w of Cole, W 25 by S 75; $10.
Giistav Sorman to Joan Sorman, lot on N line of
Clinton Park, 142 W of Guerrero street, W 25 by
Margaret C. Porter to Mary M. Boss and Mar
garet S. Tyson, lot on W line of Eureka street, 125
S of Eighteenth, 8 25 by W 125; $10.
liouis Cohen to Isidorßosencrantz, lot on SE line
of Pine and Battery streets, 8 30 by E 62:6; $10.
Eugene or Eugenio Ghiraiidli to "Edward J. Le
Breton, lot on 8 line ot Jackson street, 62:6 W of
Hansome. W 29:2 by S 137:6: also lot on S line of
Jackson street. 91 :8 Wot Sansorae, \V 45:10 by S
137:6: also lot on W line of Sansome street, 67:6
Sof Jackson, S 45, \V 50, S 25. W 12:6, X 70, B
62:6: also undivided two-firths of lot on XW corner
of Larkin and Xorth Point streets, W to Poik, N
to Beach, E to Larkin, S to beginning; also all in
terest in the estate of Domingo Gliiradelli, Xo.
14.521; $10.
Sophie and John W. Lauterbach to Lnigi Demnr
tini, lot on SW corner of Tavlor and Lincoln
streets, S 51 :3 by W 55 : $10.
Mary W. BulTington to Laura J. Buffington, lot
on 8W corner of be Haro and Yolo streets, 8 200,
W 100. N 100, E 75, X 100. E 25: gift.
George A. and Fanny D. Case to Joseph H. Case,
lot on W line of Third' avenue, 325 8 of California
street, S 25 by W 120; $10.
Mary \V. Buflington to Laura J. Buflington, lot
on E line of Twenty-third avenue, 100 Xof A
street, N 25 by E 120"; irift.
Daniel Suter to Johanna Diedering, lot on E line
of Thirty-eighth avenue, 250 S of P street, 8 25 by
E 130: $10.
Lucy Vnfug to Joseph Herrscher, lot on SE cor
ner of V street and Fortieth avenue, E 57:6 by S
100; $10.
George B. M. and Alice M. Gray to L. H. Handy,
lot 15, Gift Map 4; $10.
AI.AMt.HA COUNTY.
Albert and Elvina Wood of Oakland to Charles
W. Starkweather of Oakland, lot E, resubdlvision
of lota 11. 12 and IS, block A, Oakland View
Homestead, Or.klund; $10.
Bhinclte and P. E. Cole, Edward V. and Emma
Pas'iiiDle et al. to Mary J. Fabiuno of Oakland,
lot on KE corner of lVriilta and Weal 'I liirteentli
streets, B 104.19. E 121.50, N 100, W 91.50 to be
ginning, block 580 B, map of Peralta and Center
street lands. Oakland; $5.
P. H. and Anna M. Pedersen of Oakland to Jens
P. Hansen of Oakland, lot on W line Of Haven
street, 300 X of B, N 25 by W 125. being subdi
vision A of lot 9, block 801, Watts Tract Map 2,
Oakland: $10.
diaries McCarthy and Lakeview and Sunnyside
Improvement Company (a corporation) to the Mc-
Carthy Company (a corporation) all interest in
lots in Broadway Terrace Tracfc Oakland Town
ship: also all interest in lots in Christiana Tract,
Oakland Township and Berkeley, quitclaim
deed; $1.
H. M. Craft to J. E. Pearson of Contra Costa, lot
on \V line of Telegraph avenue, 50 X of Forty
fourth street, N 50, W 106, S 50, E 105:6, to be
ginning, being lot 25, block 2101, McCourtney
Tract, Oakland TownshiD; $10.
Matilda A. Daly (wife of James E.) of San Fran
cisco to W. K. Berry of Oakland, lot 31, block L,
Hemphlll Tract, Brooklyn; $10.
Eugene or Eugenio Ghiradelli to Edward J. Le
Breton, lot on \V line of Poplar street, 170 B of
Fourteenth, S 38 by W 115. block 577, Oakland;
also lot on HW corner of West Fourteenth and Pop
lar streets, W 115 by S 179, block 577, Oakland:
$10.
People's Home Savings Bank to Michael and
Annie Flynn of Oakland, lot on S line of Fifth
street, 79:9 Wof Clay, W 25 by S 100, block 45,
Oakland; $10.
Thomas and Elizabeth Kelly of Atatneda to
Abraham Sllverstein of Oakland, lot, on X line of
Kourh street, 100 X of Castro. E 50 by N 100, be
ing lots 26 and 27, block 47, Oakland: $10.
F. L. and Orra. .J. Krausfi of Alauieda to William
J. l>aymance of Oakland, lot on feW line of .East
Twenty-second street, 100 SE of Tenth avenue. SE
50 by S\V 150, bfinglots 13 and 14, block 131b,
Brennan estate property, Kast Oakland; .S2OO.
AiineM. Qninn of Oakland to Frances K. Bel
duke oi San Francisco, lot on NW line of Pied
mon; avenue, 455 S\V of Moss avenue, SW 101,
NW 193:4, NE 105, BE' 221:7 to beginning, being
portion of plat 8, Hitchcock property, Oakland
Township; $10.
Mountain View Cemetery Association to Anna
M. Buck, lot 174. in plat 14, said Cemetery, Oak
land Township; $139.
Charles M. and Sarah J. Norscrove tc Mary K.
Caldwell of Berkeley, lot on E line of Choate street,
200 N of lnvight wav, X 150 by N 80, Berkeley ;
$10.
L. M. and Jennie 8. Coggins to Emma O. Jarvis
of Newark, lot on X line of Haste street, 355 W of
Shattnck, W 50 by X 135. beintc portion of lots 15
and 17, block 3, Barker Tract, Berkeley; $10.
THE CALL CALENDAR
JI7XR, 1895.
June 7,
Full Moon.
11
12
19
14
15
June 15,
Last Quarter.
Ie
17
IS
June 22,
New Moon.
June 29,
First Quarter.
OCEAN STEAMERS
Daf es of Departure From San Franolaoo.
STKAMKR. | liiMTINATION | SAFLS. I PIER.
State of Cal Portland Jun 18,10am Spear
Kureka ; Newport ...... Jun 18. 8am Bdw'y 2
Colon..; Panama...... ! Jun 18.12m P M SS
Pomona..... iiumbnidiBav Jun 18.. 2pm lidwv 1
Mexico..... Vic * Put Jun 19, 9am Bdw'y 1
Weeott...... Rei River Jun 19. 9am Valleio
Santa Kosa.. SanDiesto |Jun 20.11am Bdw'y 2
Fnrallon .. Yaauina Bay..jJun 20,10am Miss 1
Humboldt... HuinboldtBay ;.lun 21( 9am Washt'n
st Paul Newport Jun 22, 8am Bdw'y 2
Truckee.... Portland | Jan 22. 4rM Vallejo
North Pork. HnmlioldtBnv Jun 22, 9am Miss 1
Point Ixjma. Grays Harbor. Jun 22.10am Miss'n 1
Homer.,,... Coos Bay 'jun 22, 5pm Oceanic
Ara^o....... J Coos Mav Jun 22,10am Vallejo
Oregon .. Portland Jun 28, 10a Mi Spear
CityPiiebla.. Vic ft Put Slid Jun 24, 9am Bdw'y l
Peru.... ; China ft Japan Jun 24, 8rw IP M S S
Corona San I)leco Jun 24,11am i Bdw'v 2
Willutnt Val Mexico.... Jan 25.«10aM I Bdw'y 2
Del Norte... Grays Harbor Jon 26, 5pm Main
Alee I'.lncbd Portland Jun 29. 5pm Vallejo
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
Steam ks \
Alice HlancharU
Santa uosa. •
Kami lon !
POlßt JiOlllft !
H ,:iii snji; j
Truckee i
Homer i
(Jitvof Puobla .. i
Oreeon
StPaui !
raty or Everett.
San Benlto :
Araco j
Crescent City. . .
Corona ,
Toninna
Weeott |
City of Sydney, j
Del Xorte
Coptic I
Kurek.i.
Walla Wa11a....
Slate of Ca!
i Portland.
; San Dieg0... ...
i Vaauina 8ay............
■Urays MnrDor ■ ... j
! Huuiboidt iiav
i P0rt1and.................
i Coos Hay
i Victoria & ruget Sound 1
i Portland
■ Newport.
i Co mo x
: Tac0ma........
Coos 8ay......
Crescent City
I San Di«»eo
Humboidt Bay..
Kel River.....'
j Panama
: rays Harbor
China and Japan........
Newport. . .
Victoria <fc Puset Sound
Portland
From
L.Junelß
|..JunolB
|...lunelB
I...TunelB
I „Junel9
! . .June'JO
i ..June'2o
..June2o
..June'2o
'..Jnne2o
..June2o
..June'2l
..June2l
...Inne2l
..June22
..June22
...lune23
..June23
...lune24
. ..liuie'24
..June24
..^uiip2s
i ...Tune'2s
SUN AND TIDE TABLE.

c
WA
l\V Vl'
817 if.
18.
19.
l«nrge.i Small. Large. |Small.
7.49 pi 9.21 a 2.38 a! ' 1.24p|
8.23P 10.22 a 3.18 a' 1.69p:
•I 4.47 i 7.
'' 4.47' 7.
l.llA
I.S9a
HYDROGRAPHIC BULLETIN.
Branch Hydboosaphic Office, U. 8. N., ■»
Merchants' Exchanhk V
San Francisco. June 17. 1895. )
The time ball on Telegraph lliu was dropped
exactly at noon to-day— !. c., at noon of . the 120 th
meridian, or at. exactly 8 p. M.. Greenwich time. *
A. F. Fechtklkh,
I"';:; ;.•■:? Lieutenant 0. a. X.. in charge.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
Arrived.
MONDAY. June 17.
Stmr National City, Anderson, 38 hours from
Ventura: produce, to Krlanger & (ialiuser.
Simr Sunol. Walvig, (J6 hours from Port Los An
gples: ballast, to L X Wliitp Lumber Co.
lirstmr Wellington, Salmond, — hours from De
parture Bay : 2420 tons coal, to R Dunsmuir &
Sons.
stmr Mineola, Pillsbyiry, «iy 2 hours frm Comox •
3150 tons coal, to S P Co. Port Costa direct.
Stmr Pomona. Hannah, 8 hours fm Santa Cruz;
pass and mdse. to Goodall, Perkins <fe Co.
Stmr Whltesboro, Johnson, 18 hours from Point
Arena; bark and lumber, to L lii White Lumber
Co.
Bktn Portland, Dermott, 4 days from Willapa
Harbor: 550 M ft lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co.
schr Maxim, Peterson, 36 hours from Caspar:
160 M ft lumber, to Caspar Lumber Co.
Schr Alice Cookp, Prnlmllow, 26 days from
Honolulu; sugar, to \V°lcU<fcCo.
Schr Lizzie Vance, Hani wick, 6 days from Port
Blake Icy ; lumber, to Kcmon, Holmes A Co.
Schr Lanra May, Hanson, 11 days from Grays
Harbor: 321 M ft lumber lumber, to Simpson Lum
ber Co.
Cleared.
MONDAY. June 17.
Stmr State of California, Ackley, Astoria; Good
all, Perkins <fc Co.
istmr Eureka, Jebsen, San Pedro: Goodall Per
kins & Co.-
Brship Bothwell, Bellringer, Queenstown; Q W
McNear.
Sailed.
MONDAY, June 17.
Stmr Arcata, Cousins, Coos Bay.
Stmr Alcatraz, Dettmers.
Schr Monterey, .Beck, Bowens Landing.
Schr Reliance, Jessen, Greenwood.
Charters.
The bark Ceylon, loads redwood at Eureka for
Honolulu; Br bark Thermopylae, lumber, at Port
Blakeley for a direct U X port, 40s. prior to ar
rival.
The Br ship 81erra Estrella was chartered prior
to arrival for wheat to Europe, 31s 3d net.
Telegraphic.
POINT LOBOS-June 17-10 p. v.— Weather
hazy; wind SW; velocity 8 mtles ncr hour.
Spoken.
May 11—31 S 40 W. Br ship Old Kensington, fm
Barry, for Santa Kosalia.
Per Br ship Dowan Hill— Feb 23, off Cape St
.Toll n.Wr ship Falls of Dee, from Newcastle, Kng.,
for San Francisco.
.Domestic Ports.
PORT LOS ANGELES- Arrived June 17-Schr
Eliza Mil lor, from Navarro.
NEWPORT- Arrived June 16— Schr Fred E
Sander, from Salmon Ba3\
SANPEDRO— Arrived June 16— StmrTlllamook,
from Kurr-Wtt.
COOSiJAY— Arrived June 17— Schr Gem, hence
Jurrn"; schr Daisy Rowe, hence June 8; stmr
Arasfo, hence June 15.
PORT GAMBLE— Arrived June 17— Schr Joseph
Rubs, from Port Los Anseles.
Sailed June 17— Br bark Agnes Oswald, for
Alcoa Bay.
TACOMA— Sailed June 16— Schr Annie Larsen,
for S:mta Barbara.
PORT ANGELES— In port June 17— Schr John
D Tnllant, from La Libertad, for Port Townsend.
EUREKA— Arrived June 15— Schr Rebecca, hce
June 6; sMnr South Const, hence June 15.
Sailed June 17— Schr Mabel Gray, for San Die?o.
HEARNS LANDlNG— Arrived June 17— Schr
Christina Steffens, hence June 8.
CASPAR— sailed June 17— Schr Abble, for San
Francisco.
Arrived June 17— Stmr Jewel, for San Francisco;
schr Bessie X, hence June 14.
BHUENEME— SaiIed June 17— Stmr Westport,
for San Francisco.
FORT BRAGG— Arrived June 17— Stmr Alcazar,
nence June 16.
Sailed June 17 — Stmr Caspar, for San Francisco.
REDONDO— Arrived June 17— Schr Hueneme,
from Astoria.
iToreicn Ports.
HAMBURG— Arrived June 14— Br bark Comber
mere, from '1 acoma.
SYDNEY— Arrived June 15— Brstmr Miowera,
from Vancouver. «
NEWCASTLE, NSW— Sailed June 13— Br ship
Clry of Delhi, for Pan Francisco.
QUEENSTOWN— Arrived June 17-Brship St
Enoch, hence March 2.
Importations.
VENTURA — Per National City— '2l2 sks corn,
Gil bhis asphaltum, 19 bales wool.
SAKTA CKUZ— Per Pomona —32 puncheons
wine. 1 eh terries, lii pk^s 146 bzs cherries.
C»n*lg*neeft. .
Per National City— Krlansrer & Galinger; Stand
ard Paint Co; Paraffine Paint Co.
Per Pomona— Gray & liarbieri; Stewart Co;
LG Sresovich & Co; C Schilling & Co.
For Lnt'. Shipping Intelligence See Thirteenth Page.
Mm** OFFICE FURNITURE
fe^^wg AND FIXTURES.
H^lgifl C. F. WEBER & CO.,
*'-* ==i 300 to 306 Post St. cor. Stockton
THE GBEAT UOISTUBS ABSORBENT ;
"HUMIDINE"
Keeps Refrigerators dry and sweet,
preserves meats, butter, milk, etc.,
economizes ice, removes " refriger-
ator taste" a^id odor. Sold by
grocers and druggists. PENNA.
SALT MFG. CO. Also, Mfrs. Lewis'
98% Powdered Lye, Philadelphia.
AUCTION SALES.
i\MTifiiEAiT
THOROUGHBREDS
Property of the Estate of H. C. Jadson,
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
At 11 O'clock A. M.,
WEDNESDAY ...June 19, 1895,
WILDIDLE STOCK FARM,
One mile west from Santa Clara. Take 8:15 train
from San Francisco.
The present offering comprises all the thoroueh-
breds belonging to the estate of EL C. JUDSON,
deceased. {They will be sold by order of court with-
out reserve or limit. The sale will take place upon
arrival of 8:15 train from San Francisco. Coaches
will be in attendance to convey passengers to the
AVildidle Stock Farm, one mile west of Santa Clara.
Lunch will be served upon the ground. Horses
may be seen any time previous to sale.
J63T" Catalogues ready. — Cash.
KILL.IP& CO.. Livestock Auctioneers,
30 Montgomery street S. F.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Coolgardie gold fields
• ■^Srrn (Fremantle), Austra-
i^^Hftk.®^,;; lia; $' 2 ' nrst class «
JBgfclr nOf\iTjii|TJ» $110 steerage. Lowest
Mm-jf?"^^hi>- v> * rates to - Capetown,
F- 1 Ij^Vi* \HL Australian steamer,
Bpj/ Wf^HM^^^a Honolulu and Auck-
B^l ftirK/rT^^^^l Ia ' ul> 'Thursday, June
TBC**'jb>^*^^rT^By steamship Australia,
Honolulu only, Tues-
Ticket office, 138 Montgomery street.
: Freight office, 327 Market street.
J. V. SPRECKELS & BKOS.. General Agents.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM; SAN J&gA-
Francisco for ports in Alaska, 9 a. m., xSflSflf
June 4, 9. 19, 24. July 5. 9, 19, '24. August 3, 8, IS.
For British Columbia and Puget Sound port*
June 4, 9, 14, 19, 24, '29, and every fifth day there-
after.
For Eureka, Humboldt Bay, steamer Pomona,
every Tuesday at '£ p. m.
For Newport, Los Angeles and all way ports,
June 2, 6, 10. 14, 18, M 2, 26, 30, and every fourth,
day thereafter, Ba. m. .
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harfofd,
Santa Barbara, Port Los Angeles, Redondo (Los
Angeles) and Newport, June 4, 8. 12, 16, 20, 22,
24..28, and every lourth day thereafter, at 11 a. m.
Steamer Pomona Saturday to Monday excur-
sion to Santa Cruz and Monterey, leaves Broadway
wharf 1. Saturdays 4 p. M.
For ports in Mexico, 10 a. m., 25th of cacti
month, steamer Willamette Valley.
Ticket Office— Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery
street.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents,
10 Market St.. San Francisco.
On jP. ft] TO PORTLAND
> K. CC i>a. AND ASTORA.
STEAMSHIPS DEPART FROM SPEAR-
O street wharf at 10 a. m. every five days, con-
necting at PORTLAND with direct rail lines to all
points in OREGON, WASHINGTON, IDAHO,
MONTANA, and all Eastern points, including Chi-
cago, New York and Boston.
State of California sails June 8, 18, 28, July 8.
Oregon sails June 13, 23, July 3, 13.
Fare In cabin, including berth and meals, $15 00;
Steerage. $7 50; Round trip, $25 00.
1 For through rates and all other information apply
to the undersigned.
Gooiiall, Pkrkins & Co. Fekd. F. Con'Xob,
Gen'l Supts., Gen'l Agent. »
10 Market st. 19 Montgomery at.
COMPAGEfIE GEAERAIE
French Lino to Havre.
COMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH a-yB
v^ River, foot of Morton st. Travelers by -gßafjy
this line avoid both transit by English railway aud
the discomfort of crossing the channel in a small
boat. New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris,
first class $160; second class $116.
LA G ASCOG NE, Capt. Baudelon ..."
June 22, 4:00 a. it
LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. Laurent
............;.. :. June 29 a. m.
LA BOURGOGNE. Capt. Lebonenf '
..July 6, 4:00 a.m.
LATOURAINK, Capt. 5ante11i............
July 13, 7:00 a.m.
J)sf" For further particulars apply to : • ' C "■> ■
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 3 Bowling Green, New York.
J. F. FUGAZI & CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery
aye., San Francisco. .
~~~ CUiABD LINE.
New York to Liverpool, via Queenstown,
from Pier 40, North Kiver.
FAST EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE.
♦Etmria, June 22, 3p m Etrurla. July 20. 3pm
Campania. Jne 2t), 10 am , Campania. Jy 27, 9 am
l'm,.r -t. July 6, 3pm Aunii la, Aug. 3, 3 m
Lucania,July 13, 9:30 am Umbria. Aug, 10, 8 a m
*U ill not carry steerage passengers.
EXTRA SAILING. ,
Aurania . .... .Thursday, July 4, Noon
Cabin passage ?HO and upward; second cabin,
$85. $40, $45, according to steamer and accommo-
dations. .
Steerage tickets to and from all parts of Europe
at very low rates. For freight and passage apply
at company's office, 4 Bowling Green, New York.
VERNON H. BROWN & CO.. General Agents.
Good accommodation can always be secured on
application to WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Agents, San Francisco. '
WH;TE_STAR LINE.
United States Hud Royal Mail Steamers
■ • BKTWKES
New York, Queenstown & Liverpool,
SAILING EVERY WKEK.
CABIN, AND UPWARD, ACCORD-
\J iii- to steamer and accommodations m fflissT
selected: second cabin, $35; Majestic and Teutonic,'
540 and $45. Steerage Tickets from England, Ire-
land, Scotland, Sweden, Norway ami Denmark
through to San Francisco at lowest rates. Tickets,
sailing dates and cabin plans may be procured
from W. H. AVERY, Pacific Mall Dock, or at the
General Office of the Company, 613 Market st.,
under Grand Hotel. G. W. FLETCHER,
■ •■■ •' ' General Agent for Pacific Coast.
ROYAL MAIL STEAJTPACRET COMPANY.
STEAMERS LEAVE ASPINWALL >->«•%.
O fortnightly for the West Indies and C^s£Sfi3
Southampton, calling •; en ; route at Ccrbourgh,
France, and Plymouth to land passengers.
Through bills of lading, <In connection with the
Pacific Mail S. 8. Co., issued for freight and treas-
ure to direct ports in England and German**. :
Through tickets from San Francisco to Plymouth,
Cherbourg, Southampton. First class, $195: third
class, 997 SO. For further particulars apply t*
PAXKOTT & CO., Agents,
306 California St.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.'
STOCKTON STEAMERS
Leave Pier No. 3, Wasningrton St,
.At 5 P. Mi Daily, Except Sunday.
SST Accommodations Reserved by Telephone.
STKAMEK :
T. C. Walker. J. D. Peters,
Mary Oarratt, City of Stockton.
Telephone Man 805 Cat Nay. and Impt. Co.
RAII.nOAD TRAVEL
SMFR.4MISCO & SORTHPT
CIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Tlbnron Ferry-Foot of Market St.
San Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS-7:40, 9:20, 1100 a »r • 19' in
3:30 5 10, 6:30 P. m. Th urstiavs-Kxtra iria
and Vl 3 30'p M M Saturda - vs -^^ra *£* i'gg
91301 11:0 ° A - M - : 1:30 3:3 °-
San Rafael to San Francisco.
WEEK DA YS-6 :'.>.->, 7:55, 9:30, 1110 a vr .
12:4», 3:40, 5:10 p. m. Sa:urdavs--Ex;ra"trfn-
at 1 :55 p. m. and B:3S p m ■««■ trips
817 5i00.\i25 8 M. 9 °' USX ° A - *• 1:40 ' 8 :4<) "
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park Rama
schedule as above. "
Ban Francisco. %ff «ff ' San Francisco.
7:40 am 8:00 am Novato, 10:40 am 850 a 5
3:30 pm 9:30 am Petaluma, 6:05 pm 10-30 am
5:10 pm • 5:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:30 pm| 6:15 pm
Fulton, '. ' '
7:40 am Windsor, 10:30 am
Ilealdsburg,
Geyserville,
5:30 pm 8:00 am I Cloverdale. 7:30 TV 6:15 m
__ .
Pieta,
7:40 ah Hopland «ft 10:80 au
3:30 pm 8:00 am Ukiah. 7:30 pm 6:15 pjf
7:40 am ~ 10:30 au
1 8:00 am Guemevllle. 7:30 pm
3:30 PMi | I 8:15 ru
7:40 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am! 8:50 am
6:10 5:00 rM and 6:05 pm! 6:15 pic
[_ Glen Ellen. |
7:40 am 8:00 am! s - ha - to _-, 110:40 am|lo:3o am
3:3opm|s:oopm| et)astopol. | 6:05 pm| 6:15 ru
Stages connect at San Rafael for Bolinas.
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs.
Stages connect at Geyserville for Skaggs Springs.
Stages connect at Cloverdale for the Geysers.
Stages connect at Pleta for Highland Springs,
Kelseyvllle, Soda Bay, Lakeport.
Stages connect at Hopland for Lakeport and
Bartlett Springs.
Stages connect at TJkiah for Vichy Springs, Bias
Lakes, Laurel Dell, Upper Lake, Boonevllle, Green-
wood, Mendocino City. Fort Bragg, Usal, Westport,
Cahto, Wllletts, Calpella, Porno, Potter Valley, Joha
Day's, Lively's, Gravelly Valley, Harris, Blocks-
burg, Brldgevllle, Hydesvllle and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduced
rates.
On Sundays round-trip tickets to all points be*
yond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offices, earner New Montgomery and
Market streets, under the Palace Hotel.
H. C. WHITING. R. X. RYAN, .
■ Gen. Manager. Pen. Pass. Agent.
■OVTHEBJM PACIFIC! ««♦■*«» AWT..
(PACIFIC HVHTEM.)
Train* leave ami lire dne to *rrJv» mti
SAN FRANCISCO.
-leave — From June 14, 1805. — arritb
1*6:30 al *6:3Oa San Leandro, Haywarda & Way St'ns O:I5a
?:OOa. Atlantic Exprens, OgJeii aud Hast.. 10.40*
7:OOa Benida, Vacavillo. Kurcsey. Sacra-
mento, and Redding via Davis . . . 7ilSp
7:30 a Martinez, San il^uiun, Napa, Calis.
toga and 'Santa Rosa 4:1
7:30 a San Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns 1013.A
fc:iiOA NileH, San Jose, Stockton, lone,
Sacramento, Marysville, Red Uluft .
and UrorlUe 4:ISp
•8:30 a Peters and Milton *7:13*
O:0Oa San Lo&ndro, Haywards & Way Sfna 11:45*
W:OUa Ketr Orleans Express, Raymond.
-, (for Yosemite), Sant% Barbara;
1/08 Angeles, J)euiin({, £1 I'SLBO,
New Orleans and East S:4.lr
9:OOa Martinez and Stockton l«:l.'n.
lOiOOa Ban LeaDdro, Hayw&rds and Niles.. 1:43p
12:O(tM Han Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns S:43p
l:OOr Niles, San Jose and LiTerniore S:I!)a
*I:OOp Sacramento River Steamers *9:0 O-
r Port Costa and Way Stations f ?:4Sr
3:OOp San Leandro, Haywards& Way St4Sp-
-4:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & WayKt'os «:4S.|»
4iOOi> Martinez, San Ramon. Vallejo.
- Napa, Calistoga, 121 Verano and
Santa Rosa 9:10*3
4:OOr Benicia, Vacaville, Woo<lland,
Kniehts Landinsr, Marysville, V.
Oroville and .Sacramento \l»t<SM
• : 4:30r Niies, San Jose, Livermore and >
Stockton .! 7:lAf>
S:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns Bi4si«
6t3UpLo3 Angeles Kxpresa, Fresno, Ray-
mond (for Yosemite), Bakerstield,
Santa Biu'mra and l,os Angeles.. 10:43 a
S:3op Santa Fe Route, Atlautio Express
for Mojave and East IO:4Sa
•:<M»p European Mail, Ogden and Kast.... 9:4.^ a.
6:OOp Haywanls, Kilts and Han Jose 7:43 a
J7:OOp Vallejo f7:4Sp
7:UOp Oregon Express, Sacramento, Mary*.
»ille. Redding. Portland, Pugek
bound and East ]0:45 a.
7:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & Way St'na 1 0:30r
8:OOp San Leandro, H ny wards 4 Way St'ns ttia:OOa.
>tll:15p San Leandro. HaygariU & Way St'ns "7:15 a.
SAM'A < Xl X DIVISION (Narrow Oaufre;.
{7:43 a Sunday Excursion for Newark. Sac
Jose, Los Gatos, Felton and Santa
Cruz tSxASs.
•tl sa Newark, Jose.Felton,
Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz and Way
Stations 7.. ot3ftji
•3:13p Newark, Centerrille, San Jose. Nee
Almaden, Felton, Boulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations •Ili»*4
_ 4i43p Newark. San Jose, Los Gatoa 0:50 a,
"COAST DIVISION (Thlnl A To*rnHend Sta.)
"•6:45a San Jose, New Almaden and Way I
- Stations..:... a J«43e
17:30 a Sunday Excursion for San Jose, Santa,
Cruz, Pacific Grove and Principal
Way Stations tStSSjti
•:13a San Jose, Trea Pinoa, Santa Cms» 7*
Pacific Grove, Paso Roblea, Kan
Luis Obiapo and Principal Way
Stations : 7:OS»
19:47 a. Palo Alto and Way Stations 1 1 t4S*p
■ O:4Va San Jose and Way Stations A:UOp
I 1:43 a Palo Alto and Way Stations 8:3«b
•B*:3Or San Jose, Gilroy, Tres I'inos, Santa,
Cam, SaUnas,Monterey and Pacific
Grovo •1«:4»«|
•3:*inp San Jose and Principal Way Stations 0:47 j»
•4:30p San Jose and Way Stations •*:08»
S:3Op San Jose and Way Stations •»:48a>
6:30p San Jose and Way Stations «:33a,
tl 1:4 5 p San Jose and Way Stations f7:4o|-|
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
From SiX EISCISCO— Foot «f Market Street (Slip *)—"
•7:00 8:00 9:00 "10:00 11:00 a.m.
•12:30 $1:00 *2:00 3:00 a l:00 o.Oi
•6:00 p.m.
rrom OIUAHB— Foot or Brotd»tT.— »6-00 he »7-0 i
8:00 *9:00 10-00 . "11:00 A.M., »- tia*o9
•12:30 a.OO »3:03 i :: *5:13 m.
A for Morning. F for Afternoon. j
* Sundays pteil. t &itunUr* on!|3
§ Thursdays only. t Saci'«ji only.
•>t Monday. Thursday and NnunUr clgiita only*
\J>^SAUSAL!TQ FERRY.^ ; <2/
From April 21, 1898.
Leave 8. P. WEEK DAYS. Arriv« S. V.
7.00 a.m. Mill TiL, Ross Y»l., San Kfl
8.00 a.m. •' •• •• Qtn. 8.45 a.m.
9.15 a.m. " " " .... 7 io* M
10.16 a.m. " '.'. " San Qtn. 8.45a'.m1
11.45 a.m. " •• •' 9.40 am.
1.45 p.m. " " " S«n Qtn. 10.45 a.m.
8.20 P.M. « •• " 11.85 a.m.
:•;••••• " " " BtnQta. I.lsi\m.
i™*-"- '• " " 3 05p.m.
6.15 p.m. » » •• SiaQtß, 4.40 p.m.
*■%>'■*• •• •• » 6.35 p.m.
0.85 p.m. » •• « 6.23 p.m.
........ ' ■■ '* StQ Qt4_ 7 45 p m
11.30r.M. Ross Tal., Stn Rf?., San Ota '
8.00 a.m. Ctzadero tod Way Stations . . . 7 45pm*
•1.45 p.m. ■•;.. " " .'.'.'x3'4saV
•Saturdays only. x Mondays only. ' *
SUNDAYS.
8.00 a.m. Mill Vtl., Ross YtL; San RD.. Sin Qtn.
........ Ross Valley. San Riftel, San Qtn .. ' ' "B*ißA*M
6.00 a.m. Mill Y«l., Ross Vtl., Stn Rfl., San Qtn. . '. ... ."7!
i6.o6a.'m. " •■ » JanQtn' 915 A
ii:ooA.M: Ross Ytlley , San RtJiel, Stn Qtn - '10* 50a" v*
11.00 a.m. SansaJita only ' • 10 - 60A - 11 '
Snusalito »cd Mill VaUej. ..'.'.'. "" I V io'a w
11.SOA.M. Mill Valley, Ross Valley. San Rfl "" ° A - M *
li'^piM". MIU V » ■' Rois Va i-; J * n ML San Qtul'liiop'.M".
iiMiu^i, ,1033 san 1^°:::; iK5f«
;«;„' „ " " 3.30 p.m.
2.16PJ1. •«• .. .. »« t «tn.. 4.55 p.m.
<>„,- .. .. „ „ -•• 6.30 P.M.,
5.30P.5. •« .. .. - 7.20 P.M.
6.45 p.m. « «■ 1. :*Vr
9.COA.M. Point Rtyes and -gay SUtions. 7.2ocm*
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD.
SANTA FE ROUTE..
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARRIVE AT SAN
X >ranclsco (Markct-st. Ferry : , .. ■■
DAItY. } Jljr»E 14, 1835. \Hait.Y.
5:3u P.. Fast Kxpress via Mojave 10:45 a
9:ooA.'.Atlaaiic )'.xpress via Los Angles.. 5:4". f
Ticket Ottice— 6so Marie; St., Chronicle build-.
lug, 8. V. C. H. SPEERS,
▲u't General Passenger &MPA

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