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THE COMMERCIAL
WORLD
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS
Silver firmer.
Wheat futures higher.
Barley well held.
Oats, Corn and Rye unchanged.
Feed stuffs as before.
Hay steady. Beans dull. .
Coffee quiet at previous prices.
Seattle and Scotch Coals lower.
Grain Bags weak.
Provisions slow. '.
Hides quiet but unchanged.
Peaches «nd Apricots advanced.
Berries t*tjj steady.
Ornate «eis> v almost over.
Poultry tieri'neri 25@50c. _
potatoes higher Onions firm.
Butter firm Kggs slow.
Clteeae Dqotu^tiiged. -
WEATHER BUREAU REPORT
I'XITKr. si.if !>vi-artmknt OP AGKICUIc
TtSKT. 'V ••.»; ■.••■ ttIIKKAC. San FRANCISCO,
.lime IV ".>:■ ■ • n — H'wwher conditions and
p. mmi •<«>.-. *
The fn!itiwi:.K .imxiamn. temperatures have
beer. r.-i>ort.-; • rum California -iiKtioiis to-day:
l.i.ieka. :*>S ii'tMis. San t'ririei J»:i. 86; Los
An^elts. 88. '<■••■ 'Rhiff.'9-t; -.1 . tut. omspo, 86;
Han Dieco' 70; Ka.-rfti;:entn. . lii.ir>)>.-ii<i<--in-r. 83:
Vu»i a. 100; Fresno. 96. • ♦
he fo'lowlnp are the seiscnu; rnnit:uls to date as
compared with rhbsf/if the taint <!»:«• jasi year:
Kun 46.::0 1 .>• y.Mr :.:,.': it- B'.ufl .*->■<■■
last year 22.1b: *>aornine.nib 24 II li.- 1 • -ir lr 15:
Sun Francisco ..'0 70, last y«.oi "■ --.IT- Kr< .-<;••< 14 i.
Ins ye»r 8.53: Los .»-._•. 1 . if.».':-». ;:.s- v ... >."-■.
San Diego 11.61, lam v.-,r 4 i- -\':m . : ; " !-»'•/
year 2.1 tj.
San Fimnetao rtaf«— Mbmpi'ii-. ,-!•:.■ „._ .
dec., minimum 57 ilcj m-«r ?• :<<•.■
The pressure Is hhfc»«i '<.•.,;..; „
alone tne Washington •••• •!«* :
Southern Arizona. «!iil° >j j ..;..>
extends northward il.ru-*; . ;-..i
into Idaho.
The tempera"!r« eon 11 .*> • . • • - •
and Nevada. while •• h-«s
Utah.
The conditions ait - ci. •.. .- . ■<•
weather throughout. Ca iturn,- • ■< ■ ■ .v- .
tending westward even to the .-. ..• „:.. at*!, bf- j
coming cooler Wednesday evening -•'>'•■« In coast.. :
A moderate wind with low humidity uiiompasii<-s i
the high temperature in the Sacramento Valley-, )
but the "norther" conditions are nothing like as
severe as those of two weeks ago. The tem
perature, however, will be equally ax high, if not |
hi cher. |
Forecast made at san Francisco tor thirty hours ;
ending midnight June 19. 1885:
Northern California—Fair: continued "vami, with |
high temperatures In the Interior, growing cooler i
Wednesday night along the Central and Southern
coasts: fresh, generally northerly winds, becoming I
westerly alons the coast WedmsJay evening. ;
For southern California—Fair; continued warm, !
probably wanner in the interior, becoming cooler j
Wednesday evening on the nor hern coast; fresh, |
generally northerly winds, shifting to westerly ;
along the coast Wednesday evening.
For Nevada—Fair; nearly stationary tempera
ture, except somewhat warmer in the southeast
portion.
For Utah— warmer.
For Arizona—Fair: warmer. ■
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair: continued
warm during Wednesday, growing cooler Wednes- i
day evening; light variable winds, shifting to west
erly Wednesday evening, with increasing force.
W. H. Hammox. Forecast Official. '
NEW YORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK, N. V.. June 18.-Share specula- '■
tion on the stock Exchange was very irregular i
during the day, and as a result of the trading |
prices were about evenly divided between gains ;
and losses. The market opened firm and active, j
Pullman selling op 17/ B per cent, Missouri Pacific
11 4 and the general list a fraction. A reaction soon
Ret in which was slight, except that Pullman fell 1
per cent. Later it made a further recession of 3
per cent. Toward 11 o'clock tire entire market !
became steady, but soon after that a brisk selling j
movement was inaugurated in Laclede which i
broke 6 per cent to 25V 2 , rallied and closed at I
£91/4, making a net loss of 2^4 per cent.
The general market tended upward under the
leadership of the coalers, but before noon the values '
were again on the downward track. Sugar moved
up Vi Ikt cent, Minneapolis and St. Paul IVi. Na- i
tional Linseed 1%, and other shares a fraction.
During the afternoon Northern Pacific gained iy 8 . ;
The market closed irresrular.
Bond speculation to-day was of only moderate I
volume, but most of the changes were advances.
Aggregate sales. $2,607,000. Government Bonds
firm. State Bonds dull. Railroad Bonds firm.
Petroleum strong, closed Si 70, ■ r
Grain and merchandise.
Flour — Receipts, 13,800 bbls: exports. 15.400 !
bbls; sales, 7300 pkes. Market shade steadier,
bat trade remains liirht, the only demand being for i
spring bakers. Mills have reduced prices to a j
trading basis. Rye Flour dull. Sales. 150 bbls.
Wheat— Receipts, none: exports, 40,300 bushels; ;
Bales, 10,535,000 bushels futures: 68.000 spot, j
Spot firmer and more active; No. 2 red. store and j
elevator. 775/ 8 c; afloat. 78y«c: *• <*. b., 793/ g c, afloat ; |
No. 1 Northern. 81i/gc; No. 1 hard, 823/ c delivered.
Options were higher to-day, closing at 34@%c ad- j
vance. ■ Buying was largely due to talk of a wet ■
harvest, hieher cab'.es, foreign, buying and exports, I
coupled with the Orange Judd Farmer's report of a I
decline of seven points in winter wheat conditions !
between May 27 and June 10. No. 2 red June 77%
<&77% c, closed 775/ 8 c: July, 77y 2 (a.78 5-16 c, closed
fßV'gc: Aiienst, 780785 c, closed 783/ 8 Septem
ber, B^t79iyic, closed 79c; December, 80i,i@ I
81c. closed SO^c.
Hops— Dull but steady.
Wool— Firm.
Petroleum — Higher: United closed $1 70 bid; j
Refined New York $7 80: Philadelphia and Balti
more $7 75; do in bulk .$5 25.
Pig iron— Firm: American, $10@13.
Copper— Steady: brokers' price, $10 50; ex
change price. $10 60&10 65.
Lead— strong: brokers' price, $3 121/2 ; exchange
price. $3 25<&3 27%.
steady: straits, $13 80(S13 85; plates firm.
Spelter— Dull: domestic $3 65.
Sales on 'Change, 10 tons tin, S. O. February 10.
to December 1, $13 75: 25 tons June tin, .sl3 80;
]*> tons November, $13 80: 15 tons December,
$13 80. .
Coffee— Options opened barely steady at un
changed prices to 10 points decline, ruled dull and
weak under disappointing cables: closed quiet;
June 30 points lower and other months 5@15 points
lower.
Spot Coffee— Rio, dull; No. 7, $15 75; mild,
quiet: Cordova, $18@18 75. • . . .':*-
Sales 350 Santos No. 6 minus 10 points, 18c.
Sugar— Raw, steady: fair refining, 2%; centrifu
gal 96 test. 3 5-1 6 c: sales 3511 bags centrifugal 96
test at 3 5-16c;1077 hogsheads and 700 bags
Muscovado 89 at 2"/ 8 c; 520 bags molasses sugar
89 at '-'S/gC; refined quiet. " .".'-.:■''■ '"^' '
CHICAGO MARKETS.
CHICAGO, 111, June 18.— Buyers of July wheat
early were plentiful at 74c, and bids were at once
advanced to 743/ c. Before the demand was fully
satisfied ?44fcc was paid, but that was succeeded by
a decline which by 10:10 o'clock hod brought the i
price down to 73% c. The strength at tne opening
was due to a slight and unexpected improvement
in the Liverpool quotations, caused by less favor- I
able reports of French crops. The second cable- j
gram from Liverpool quoted the market there firm !
at Id advance for the day, causing July to rise to ;
74 1 here. The taking of some No. 2 Red for ex- i
port at New York advanced the market to 7 l- : 4 r.
but it was once more down to around 74c before 1
o'clock.
Bradstreet's figures on the visible caused another i
slight diversion in favor of the bulls, the price of
July rising from about / B'§"4 : V2C on its receipts.
The Orange Judd Farmer was out with a report '
that Investigation covering 400 counties in the
principal wheat States east of the Rockies showed
that inter wheat has declined 7 points between j
May •_'" and June 10. the general average being
only 55 per cent against 62 per cent on May 27. I
The market closed with an advance of lc for July ]
and September.
Corn closed strong. The prices made in the first
fifteen minutes of the session were the lowest cf '
the day, and the sales current at the finish were
the highest. The falllng-oii in the receipts was j
the main reuse of the strength. July "opened at !
*3i,V, rose steadily and closed at 50Vic.
O.ais were only fairly active within a y 2 c range. ■
At the close prces were at their high point, but j
on'y a smal gain over yesterday was scored.
Provisions were a little higher at the opening, ;
but soon settled back to about the level of yester- j
day's closing prices, and near the end they were a.
shade lower than at the corresponding lime yester- i
day.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat No. 2— Highest. Lowest.
June 741/4 C 73V c I
July----- 743 /4 c 73% c
September 76\4c 75Vic
Corn No. 2—
June ~ 49% c 485/« c
July... 51114 c 49Vic 1
September 515 /b e 603/ fl c :
Mess Pork per bbl— • j
July $12 50 $12 42% '
September — .....sl2 82y 3 $12 80
Lard per 100 lbs- • '-••..
July $6621/0 $6 571/2
September. $6.85 $6 80
Short Ribs per 100 lbs— . .
Ju1y...... $6 37% $6 35
September......: $6 65 $6 57V 2
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour— Dull,
easier and .25 cents lower than a week ago:
No. 2 Spring Wheat, 745/ 8 fm755/ 8 c: No. 3 do, 73<a '
7Cc; No. 2 Red, 74i4@75i/ 8 c: No. 2 Corn, 50 r ;
No. 2 Oats. 29c: • So. 2 White. 31 Vie; I
No. 3- White, nominal: No. 2 ' Rye, 61i/ 3 c:
No. 2 Bariey, 53c: No. 3 Barley, 51@52c; No. 4
Barley. nominal: No. 1 Flaxseed. $1 62: Prime
Timothy Seed, $5 50: Mess Pork, ■$ r>bl., $12 37Vi
(sl2 50: Lard. ■$ 100 lbs., $6 571/^6 60; Short
Klbs. Sides (loose). $6 30@B 35: Dry Salted Shoul- j
ders (boxed), *sS/ 8 (£5 1/ : Short Clear Sides ( boxed), 1
l n(a.ii6/n: Whisky, distillers' finished goods, %i i
gal., $1 26V2: Sugars, Cut Loaf, unchanged; Gran
ulated, unchanged: Standard A, unchanged. :,
On the Produce Exchange to-nay the Butter mar
ket was steady. . Creameries. 10(g;17Vac: " Dairies,
10@16c; Eggs, steady, 10%@11%c ; ' -_:.,-_
Livestock. '■'■'■ /•
In cattle the supply was light and the demand
no more than moderate; prices were strong at yes
teriay's advance of 10@15c, the bast beeves sell
ing fully $1 per 100 pounds higher than one ■ year
ago; common to extra native steers. s3 50@6: bulk
do, $4 60<§,5 60; calves, $5@6: steers, $3 10@5 10.
Hogs were strong at •an advance; of 5 cents;
lights. $4 35®4 65; mixed, $4 40@4 75; ; heavy,
S4 40@4 85; rough, $4 4 Oral 55. . . :
Sbeen were fairly active at ' yesterday's advance
of 10®16c. Prime heavy Western and mixed
sheep and yearlings were scarce and salable at
$4 25@4 50; sheep sold largely at $3®3 50.
' Receipts: Cattle, 3500; hogs. 15.000; sheep,
9000.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALES.
CHICAGO, III.; June '18.— The National Fruit
Association sold: Alexander peaches, 70@90c;
Royal apricots, 80@95c; K. C. plums, $1 15;
cherry plums, poor condition, 50c: flyman plums,
$1 60@l 70; Astrachan apples. $1 25.
The Earl Fruit Company sold: Clyman plums,
$1 70; Royal apricots, 85c@?l 15; Alexander
peaches, 70c@$l 10.
Porter Brothers Company sold at open auction
to-day: Tragedy prunes, $3 50; Burbank plums,
$3 10; Royal Hatives, $1 75: St. Catherine, $1 75;
Clymans, ?1 65; cherry plums, ? 1 3f>, and in boxes
! 55(§60c: Biearreau cherries, $1 2S@l 55: Koyal
A lines, $1 20(Sil 50: Tartarians, 66cS|l 40: Royal
apricots, 9.V'(issl 16: peaches, r>()(a,9oc.
, NEW YORK, N. V., June 18.— Earl Fruit
; Company sold: Roj-al apricots. $1 15<g)l 35;
Cherry plums, $1 30; Alexander peaches, 70c@
! $1 15; Garland peaches. 75(ffi9Oc.
The National Fruit Association: Black Oregon
; cherries, $1 30@l 00; Royal Annes, $1 15@1 55;
Alexander peaches, 75c@l 30; Royal apricots,
I 80c@$l; Newcastle apricots, 65c.
i Porter Brothers Company sold at open auction
H"'.iv Tragedy prone*, $4 12; cherry plums,
$2 40: Clymans, 81 40@2 10; Brills, $1 95; Mont
<arop> apricot*. *2 40: Royals, $1 20@2 25; Alex
• ir.'Hi peaches. (>oc@sl 75.
•STOCKS OF GRAIN.
• • >!:k. N. V.. .June 18.— Spectal cable and
-. ■■■ : .i'} » jit vices to Bradstreet's covering princi
... ..oil'!.- i)' -uvtimultition in the United States,
h . .■- •;><. K'iro;>f. together with supplies afloat
>*• ••.■••!,.- ■••■.- all sources, indicate the following
. < in hi'!. u.it' stocKs last .Saturday as coin
vi:ii :i«r ■ i ■'•■■- * it-.- .Saturday: -
: •-• Stutes and Cai'.ada, east of the Rocky
• ■■■ :■:.! ..:iis i.eat, decrease, 2,727,000 bushels.
'.:•♦«■: Slates, Pacific (.'oast— Wheat, decrease,
i'.i. '•■(!. Total decrease— Wheat, both coasts,
3.'Jf17.0()0.
Vtiool for and in Europe— Wheat, increase,
1,000.000 Total decrease In world's ftvailabl»
wheat, 2,297,000.
United States and Canada, "^st ol Rocky Mount
ains—i orn, ili rie..se. 77: (MM) buihelK
liiiien States iiiid 'Vanaaa, eftrtl of the Rocky
Mountains— v.iats. de< rnase IHI .000
KASTKRN V(M)L MARKET.
BOSTON, June There la a healthier fine
to the wool market this week. While th^re ha«
been a fairly active market, |ih<es hn'e rf»in»tri(«
firm, and ih several instances i»i' »"1 ■•■■■■■ m ..■ :;aa
been noted, but no partlculai .i iv».u' ■• in > ■■ ■■ «
The situiilion Iwre is strongly a^.i..->. ;.i>« u'vler,
and as the inxrket [« opfr&ttus be i.- abi'eVtl.to
take all the chances or else not a>"i n«» -m..>;.
Manufacturers are qvotlng 30c *< ti»' -■• r-ri
basis that they are willing to pax. Busii:—*., i. ■■•
ever, is beinv? done at the o: : basis, n'-.i era *■■«">.• •
on the scoured basis of 30e. Australia': m dim •;
combings, tine, 41@42c; combinij. good. '68 '•'■
crossbreds, quarter blood and three-eighths blood
27@28.
PHILADELPHIA, June 18.— Wool firm, and
j some grades higher under a better demand; terri
j torial and Western, light, fine, 9@llc: heavy,
'■ fine. 7@9; fine medium, 10@llc; medium, 11
; @12c; quarter blood, ll(0fl2c; coarse, ll@l2i,ic.
O3IAIIA LIV£BTOOK MARKKT.
OMAHA, Nebe.. June 18.— Cattle— Receipts,
1500: market 6@loc his/her on good common:
native beef steers, $3 75(<£5 50: western, $2 35@
5 00; Texas steers, $2 60@l 00: cows and
heifers, $2 50<gi4 00: canners, $1 60©-' 50;
stoekers and feeders, f'J 75(5*3 90; calves, $2 00(a>
5 00; bulls, stags, etc., $1 75@3 75.
NSW YORK STOCKS.
Bonds, Exchange, Money and Railroad
shares.
Money on call easy at 1%. Prime mercantile paper,
2V2(5 31 .a%- Sterling exchange firm, with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4 89y 4 @4 89y 2 for
demand and $4 88Vi@* 88V'2 for sixty days. Posted
rates, $4 BtHaJ4 90. Commercial bills, $4 S7 l '"©
4 87%. Silver certificates, 67^'gC. '"
CLOSING stocks.
Atchison 105/ 8 Northern Pacific. 4*4
Adams Express. .l 47 I Preferred 16%
Alton.TerreUaute. 151 L". P., Den. * Gulf. 53
Preferred Northwestern 99%
American Express.ll 3 j Preferred. 144%
American Tobacco.ll4 l Y. Central 102
Preferred 114%' N. Y. & New Eng. 45
Baltimore & Ohio.. 63% Ontario Western. BVi
Bell Telephone.... 2os Oregon Improvmt. "9
Canada Pacific... 53% Oregon Navigation. 29
Canada Southern.. 56 Oregon Short Line. 814
Central Pacific... 19% I'acific Mail 31%
Ches. <& Ohio 22 % Peoria, D.& Evans. 5Va
Chicago Alton 152 |Pittsburg 157
Chicago, 8.&Q.... 85% Pullman Pa1ace.. .174
Chicago Gas 74 'Heading 17 l A
Consolidated Ga5..145 3 4 ltlchmond Termini
C. C.C. & St. Louis. 4G1.4 1 Preferred
Colo. Coal £ Iron.. 9 RioGrande&Westn 18%
Cotton Oil Cert 29 1 /* 1 Preferred 44%
Pel. Hudson 129y 2 Rock Island 73V
Del.l,ackGWesternl6lV 2 St. L. <fc S.F.lst pf.-
Denver <fcR. G.pfd. 2 St. Paul 681 A
Distillers 19 i Preferred... 123
East Tennessee 'St. Paul & Omaha.. 40%
Erie.* 98/8 Preferred 116%
Preferred 21 (Southern It. X 14V4
Fort Wayne 157 | Preferred 41V 3
GreatNorthernpfd.l33 'St. P. M. & M
Chicago* E 111 pfd. 99y 2 Southern Pacific... 24y 2
Hocking Valley... 26 sugar Refinery 117%
Illinois Central 9 5 Vis Term. Coal & Iron. 37%
St. Paul & Duluth. 30y 3 Texas Pacific 13i/ 4
Kansas & Texas pf. 3 is/ Tol. & Ohio Cen. pt 80
Lake Erie (feWestn 24 7 /a Union Pacific 13
Preferred 82%jTJ. 8. Express 40
Lake Shore 148 jWab. 8. L. Pac. 914
Lea<l Trust 36 : Preferred 20%
Louisville & Nash. 58% Wells-Fargo 108 '
Louisville &NewAl 9% Western Union.... 9334
Manhattan Consul. ll4 , Wheeling it L. E. . Ill™
Memphis & Charls. 15 j Preferred .. 45y^
Michigan Central. .lo2% Minn. <fe St. Lnr-.v. 225/8
Mexican (•■mnil ll^Denver, <fe R10G... 15
Missouri Pacific 32y, General Electric... 35i/ 3
Mobile* Ohio 26 Vi National Linseed.. 30
Nashville rhatt... d. > Colo. Fuel <fc Iron.. 29
National Cordage.. 1% Preferred 65
Preferred.... . :i».» U. & Texas Cent... 2
N. J. Central lOOVi Tot A.A.& N.Mich. 2%
Norfolk & West pf. 141/4 Tol.St.Louis& K.C. 6
North American... Sy 2 Preferred.. HVz
closing RON'DH.
U S 4s, new, ret-... Cen Pac of '95.1031,4
Do. 4s coupon., '.2:n .j Den & 11 G 7s 113
US 5s rfi:;?ierel llt>;v g Do, in 89
■ 5* coupon.'. 1 . , .1 l«"f's Erie 2ds 67-14
I hi, 4s r*(.!-.tf>rei'. 1 11% (. II ,t « A 6s 99'
'. „. i- roupot.. .1;:' '• l;o. 7s 103%
Do. is registered . 97 11 *, Tex Cent ss. .1 1 1 .
Pacific 6s of '95 . ]o<l ; Do, (is .......110
AlaClnssA 107 MKT first 45.. .. 861/4
J)o, Oir.ssß 107 1 Do. second 45.... 59V 4
Do. Class C 97 Mutual Union 65.. .112
Do. Currencies. 97 -X J Cent Gen 55... IS
La. New Consols 4s. 97 Northern Pac lsts.H9s/ 8
Missouri tin . .. . 100 1 Do, 2ds 102y 8
NCaroMna 6s 125 Northwest Consols.l4o
Do, 4., 10.' I Do, s F deb ss. ..109
BC Non-fund iy R (.rann(-West lsts 79
Term now set 65... 89 .St Paul Consols 7s. 128%
Do, 35...,/. 102 I DdTc* P W55..116
Do, 3s ;SiL<fclronMt(ienss 80
Tennold6R 60 St L& S X Gen 65. 108
Va< nsorlea 62y« Southern R. It. ss. «87/ 8
Do, deferred 6 .Texas Pacific firsts 923/,
Atchison 4a 76ys Texas Pac seconds. 3iy a
Do, 2tl A UnionPaclstol'96.lo6 '
Canada South 2ds.. 106 i West Shore 4s 107
OR* N 15t5.:... .1121/4'
JFOKEIGN MARKETS.
WHEAT IN LIVERPOOL.
LIVERPOOL, .Enb., June 18.— The spot market
Is dull at 5s 7i/2d@ss 8y 2 d. Cargoes are weak at
27s Oil arrived.
■ FUTURES. .;*-';!:><
I The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations for No. 2 Red Winter: June,
5s 8d; July, 5s 8!,4d ; August, 5s 9d; September,
5s 9*,4 d; October, 5s 9%d.
SKCURITIES.
LONDON. Esq., June Consols, 106 9-16;
silver, SOVfed; French Rentes, 102f 60c.
POETLAND'S BDSIXESS.
PORTLAND, Or.. June 18.— Exchanges, $183,
--688: balances. $26,185.
Wheat— Quiet and weak; Walla Walla, 60@51c
;-i» bushel; , Valley, 82@53c ~& bushel.
EXCHANGE AND BUL,t,ION.
Sterling Exchange, 60 days..! — $4 88y 2
Sterling Exchange, sight...;... — 4 Bfly 3
New York Exchange, sight — 02y 3
New York Exchange, telegraphic... — "'OS
i tie Silver, spot, %4 ounce..... — 66*4
J-'ine Silver, 30 days — 665/g
Mexican Dollars 63 Vi' 54
PRODUCE MARKET
WHEAT AND OTHKR GRAINS.
WHKAT-The Botlnvell takes for Cork 73,438
ctls, valued at $70,600.
Futures moved up yesterday, and spot prices
were iirm but business was dull. No. 1, »O@P2y 2 c
choice, 93»4c; lower grades, 80($88«/ic; extra
cnoice for mUling, 97VaC(£$l 02% ctl.
; : t .; ,' CALL BOARDS A l.V.s. ,— '
Inkohmat. Sessios — 10 o'clock — December—
900 tons. $1 05V»: 4200, $1 05% ; 1600. $1 06U,.
Regular Miiexi.vu skssio.v— December— 3oo
tonssl 06%: 1300, $1 05 % : 1600, $1 055/ 8 ;800.
I 1 00%. Seller '95, new storage naid — 100
$1 01-*/*. . . * ■■ . ■ ■
Afternoon Session I—December1 — December— 1900 tons
$1 06; 1000, $1 05%: 2700. $1 05%. bejler'9s
ne^: S? 1^?? p , ald - ( ' 00 '* lt)2 V 8; 200, 81 02»/ 8 .
•_ BARLEY-Is quiet, but firmly held. Feed 60c
«c t for ordiDlir y and ei^4@B2% c ' for . choice
bright; Brewing, nominal at 67V3@77y 2 c * ctL ;.\.
£t?7 .'■-■. PALL BOARD SALKS. r ■: \ : - .'--
Ixfobmat. Session'— lo o'clock— No sales. < !
• RKonLAR.MoRNiNo Session— December— 400
tons, 300, 66Vsc: 1100, 65^c:-100,'65VsC-.^
Aftebkoon Skssion — December — 300 tons.
- OATS-Mllli^^l 9^ O7%:^curxa a cy
OATS-MUling, *i 02%@l 07Vi » cU; tancy
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1895.
Feed, ?I@l 05: good to choice. 90®97V2C: com
mon to fair. 85@87i/ 2 c; Gray, 87y 3 @95c; Surprise,
1 07"2ra)l 12V2 * ctl.
CORN —No change to report. Large Yellow,
$1 10@l 15 ' 9 ctl; small Round Yellow, $1 10®
1 15: White, ?I@l 10 $ ctl.
RYE— Quoted at 90c for old and 86Vi@87V 2 c »
1?, ctl for new. ■ • ■ , •
BUCKWHEAT- Nominal at Bu@9oc ctl.
IXIIUK AM) MILLSTUFFS.
FLOUR— Net cash prices are: Family extras,
.$3 50@3 CO iS bbl; Bakers' extras, $3 40@3 50:
superhne, $2 '2'>(a2 50 f* bbl.
-MiIJ.STCFFS— live Flour, 3 1/2 C 1?. lb; Rye Meal,
3c; Graham Flour, He; Oatmeal, 4Vic; Oat Groats,
sc: Cracked Wheat, 3y 2 c: Buckwheat Flour, 4i'ac:
Pearl Barley, 4Vi@4»ic %i lb; Rice Heal, *12@15
ton.
CORNMEAL, ETC.— Meal, BQS*4C; Feed
Corn, ?24@25; Cracked Corn, $24 50®25 50 14
ton; Hominy, 4^@4%c ~f> lb.
HAY AM) FEEOSTUFFS.
BRAN— 50@14 50 "8 ton.
MIDDLINGS— SI 7 50919 50 1£ ton.
FEED^TUFFS— Ground and rolled Barley,
$13@14; Oilcake Meal at the mill, $25 $ ton; Cot
tonseea Oilcake. $24 ~& ton.
HAY — Steady at previous quotations. New
Wheat is quotable at $B@lo 1* ton; New Wild
Oat, $(> 50@8 50 %* ton ; new Wheat and Oat. $7@9;
new Alfalfa, $5@5 50. We quote old Hay: Wheat,
$8 50(a>ll 50: Wheat and Oat.. .SBOIO 50: Barley,
9788 50: Oat. $8©10: Alfalfa. $788 60: Clover,
$7©B: Compressed, $7 50@10: Stock, $6@7 V. ton.
STRAW— 4O@7So^ bale.
BEANS AM) SEEDS.
BEANS — Very quiet. Values are somewhat
nominal again. Bayos, SI 25@1 50: Small Whites,
$2 65@2 90; Pea, $2 50@2 ~t> ; Large Whites, $2 50©
80; Pink,gsl2s@l46;Kedß,sl 25; Blackeye,s3 2s
(aIH7S: Red Kidney, nominal ; .Limas, 25; But
lers, «1 75@2 for small and $ 2@2 26 1» ctl for large.
SEEDS- Mustards nominal. Flax, $2 25@2 50 %i
ctl: Canary, 3V*@3V2C la ftp : Alfalfa, 7©73 /4 c ; Kape,
ISA@'2ViC; Hemp, ie Ib. ...-
DKIEIJ PEAS— Split Peas, 4@4S / Green Peas,
nominal; Kilos, nominal; Blackeye, nominal.
POTATOES, ONIONS, VEGETABLES.
POTATOES— was a good shipping demand
yesterday and prices were considerably higher In
consequence. Burbanks are quotable at 60c(q)$l *$
Ml: New Potatoes, in sacks, 40@60c %Jctl;'XPw
Karly l'.ose, in boxes, from the River, 60@75c;
Oregon Burbanks, 65@75c iS ctl.
ONIONS— SoId rather better. New Reds, 65®
75c * ctl: Silverskins, 75@85c ?> ctl.
VEGETABLES— Prices were steady, there being
a demand for shipment. Cabbage continues scarce
and very firm. Green Peppers quotable at B@l2V2 C
%■ !1>; Green Corn, 10@20c dozen for Vacavilie
niiii 2/>c for Bay: Tomatoes from Los Angeles. $1@
1 '25 x* box ; from Vaeaviile, 75c<S$l 26; Summer
S'jimsli, 'J.lia ;•>: -c lor Vacaville and 50®6nc for Bay:
A»|iHrai:ii!4;!bis^)7sc for ordinary and $l@l''7b
box:. tor rhok:i . Kbubarb, 4(%65c 1?, box: Green
Petti "f>r(g^ p. sack for common and 2@2Vic
t^ '! . for Kuril"!.: siring Beans, li/aSS^c t* lb for
Gn-fii. 'iv \t- Mir UpfuKee and Fountain and 2%
&v*» 2 lor I. olden Wax; Mnrj'BVille Cucumbers,
6ftfe7sO\iM»x: 1 ay < iicnmbers, $1 fi(!@l 7B V !>.\;
I>ri(ii Okr«. ir.c r t).: l»ry . P»«pp«'«),' V2Vss''*l'>'"
< :....■■ . :■• >• pri; Feed Carrots, 8<(aH»: JJjtrllc
:<<■' v '-.■ If.
siriii-.i; i in-: km- wo Kf;v;«.
tiCTiKH- - rtii ii.,.i r :-t hi.^s tirn. at the advance
HiKl .'»••. «■_•! •■. > . s'lcs .ire made over the
quoriuio'iM ...... ■ ■ .
Ii: :■-.* >i Mi v 1 ... • . .'J : ..(ft; Hi-, with small sales
hi t.."«.i- "«r.".> - • •>u IV" 2 ,'c)i:ic V tt^.
Da h- :: j ■ „- I.'i ,i i' i!>: cood to choice,
• .- •.. • '>•••;>,"•• ■ -ir».-.f-s~ !ii,y,:.liM „.;■: store But-
'."I! - • • ■ '■■ •■ I! ilil „«v, 6(q6V2 t* tb; com
p". • ■ ■.(....■ ... '. ■■ n, Young. America, s<§>7c;
*;•?■•;.. \\i/jioA •_'"..•(• iWsierti. 6@(U> i 1 lb.
i>;-.i- r>«ii »i,'l niort-' •» ,«-.ss easy.V Buyers are
few and iiitlirtfii-ir lim-k K.'gs :r<(al7'-»$ dozen:
Store Eggs, 15&1 tic: ranch K;as, I7(iil8i: "$ cozen,
with 19c for ex fancj marks.
POULTItY AN!) CAMK.
POULTRY— The market is overstocked and very
dull and prices as a rule lire <!5!&M)c lower nil
around. Live Turkeys, 11@1 3c tor tjobblers: 10@
12c for Hens; Geese, V, pair, 75c<3$l; 'ioslinss.
75cftf..$l : Ducks, $3 50@4 > dozen for old and *3@5
fur young; Hens, $4@4" 50 '£• c'.oz; Roosters, young,
$7(<i'.H: do, old, $4(gf> %i dozen; Fryers. $s@tj
V dozen; Broilers, .I>:!uz4 for large aiid S'irvi.-J 50
for small; Pigeons, $1 60@l 75 for young aui old.
Game — Nominal.
DECIDUOUS AND CITRUS FRUITS.
ORCHARD FRUITS— Cherries are firm. Peaches
and Apricots are higher. Pent are neglected and
nominal, l'iums are quotable at 50c@$l 25 & dox;
Peaches, 35@.65cit> and 35@GOc %> bskt: Cherry
I'lunis, 25(g;40c t> drawer: Green Apples, St6@4oc
¥* box and 25@35c f> liskt: Red Apples. 75c«i$l 25
%> box and 86@50c 1* basket; Green Pears, 25c
%< box and basket; Apricots, 35<6;t55c V box
and 30@J5e V basket for Royals: Cherries, 40@50c
%< box lor red and white and 80@76c %i box for
black; 4(&5c ?> Hi for white in bulk and 4@Gc
for black in bulk; Royal Anne, 60(g.75c %S box and
s@6c t* Ib in bulk.
BERRIES— I { ardly any change yesterday. Black
berries are quotable at $a 60^i4 f^ chest: Rasp
berries, $2 8080 91 chest and 50c 13 crate: Cur
rants, *'J(d3 50 >' chest: Gooseberries, l@Dc for
common, and 2y 2 (sioc f* tt» for Oregon improved:
Strawberries, $s(iy7 tor Longworths and $2 50(<z>
3 50 S chest for large berries.
CITRUS FRUITS— Not many Oranges left. In
fact, the season is almost. over. Navels, $1 s(>fg.H:
Seedlings, sUc@sl: California Lemons, 76 ;@.51~50
for common and $2@3 tor good to choice; Mexican.
Limes, $4@4 50 ~f, bx ; Bananas, $1 25@2 '?■ bunch ;
Pineapples, $4r<j;s t 4 dozen.
DKIKI) IKI'IXS, KAISINS. NUTS, ETC.
DRIED FRUlTS— Prunes, four sizes, are quot
able at"33/i@4c 3 tb; larger sizes, s@Cc tt»;
smaller sizes, l%@3c; I ,'ijCforsliced and
f((js 1 ,«<- for evaporated: Bleached Peaches, 4 i/ 2
6c; Apricots, s(a6c for fair to choice and 7@»7%c
for fancy Moorjiark; Fears, 4@4iAc for orated
halves. ;'(ii4c tor quarters and-li/a(a2c for inferior
goods; Plums, 3@3V2C lor pitted and li^c for un
pitted; Figs, black, 4c tor pressed and 3y 2 c for
impressed.
RAISINS AND DRIED GRAPES — Raisins—
Four-crown loose are quoted at 3i^c; three-crown,
2V2C V- tt<: 2-crown, 2c %* lb: seedless Sultanas. 3c
%4 lt>; seedless Muscatels, 2c y Ibt 3-crown London
layers. $1 35@1 45 ~? box; clusters, $2 25@2 75;
Dcbesa clusters, $2 50; imperial dusters, $3 50;
Dried Grapes— iy 2 <ai3 /4 -#> lb.
NUTS— Chestnuts quotable at 3@sc; Walnuts,
7/SlOc "$ lh for paper-shell and soflsheii, anil
t»ia,7c Ib for hardshell; Almonds. 2@2i&c i l . lb
for hardshell, and '>,a.6c ~f* lb lor sottshell, and
for paper-shell : Peanuts, s@6c for Eastern and
4@4y 2 c for California; Hickory Nuts. s@6c; Pe
c»ns. tic for rough and 8c forpolished; Filberts, 8(a
9e; Brazil Nuts, 7®7y 2 c V- Ib; Cocoanuts, $4 50
@5 BO 9. 100.
HONEY— New Comb. Iiy 2 ®l2i/ 2 c: old Comb. 6
@10c: new water-white extracted, 6@sy a c: light
ttiuber extracted, 4i/2(o'.ric; dark amber, 4@4 14c.
BEESWAX— Quoted at 26@28c $ lb. . .
PROVISIONS.
CURED MEATS— Prices remain undisturbed.
Bacon is quotable at B<SißyaC ii Ib . for heavy
and Sy.,<a>9c tB 1b for light medium, ll@liy 2 c for
light, Vi^\iy % c ¥ lor extra light and 12y 2 @l3c
for sugar-cured; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams, 12®
12y«c; California Hams, 10'< (aillc: Mess Beef, $7
(au 50 t% bbl; extra mess do, $8(gi8 60; family do,
10; extra prime Pork, $9 50%* bbl ; extra clear,
$17 50(5)18^ bbl; mess, $16&15 50 «* bbl; Smoked
Beef, 9i/i;@10cl« Ib.
I LARD— Eastern, tierces at 6Vfcc f, lb for com
pound and 8c 1* 1b for pure; pails, 9c; California,
tierces, 60 for compound and 7y 2 c for pure: half
bbl«, 7%c; 10-R> tins. He 9 tb: do 5-lt.. By..c t», lb.
COTTOLENE— 7 3 Ac in tierces and B^ic *<$> 1b in
10-& tins.
11IDKS, TALLOW, WOOL, AND HOPS.
• HIDKH AND SKINS — The market, though
quieter, Is bo weaker, and the leading dealers still
Rive the following quotations: Heavy salted steers,
10c "ft It.; medium. tiy @9c <$ It. : light, B@BV 2 c %i
lb: Cowhides, BC^BVaC 'if. lb: salted Kip, 7c %* lb;
salt*-<! Calf. 9c; tea Veal. 8c: dry Hides, usual se
lection. 19c fi lb; culls and brands. 14c t-* lb; dry
Kip, 14@15e; dry Calf, We; prime Goatskins,
35c ear li: Kids, fie: Deerskins, good summer, 800
i" Ib; medium. ]6(S'2sc; winter, 10@15; Sheen
skins, sluiirliiiKS, IQB2OC each; short wool, 2T>(aHsc
each; medium, 30@45c each: lone wool, 40@ti0c
each. Culls of all kinds about y->c less.
TALLOW — No. 1 rendered. 4i,4@4i/ 2 c: country
Tallow, 4@4 Vic; refined, 6c; Grease, 3(flj3y 2 c ~$ tb.
■ WOOL— Quotations for the spring - clip - are:
Humboldt and , Mendocino, ]l(a.Vjy 2 c $ lb;
Choice Northern, 10©llc if. lb: San Joaquin, year's
staple, 6@7c tb; do, seven months', <s<gßc; Calu
vern3 and foothill. 8@10c: Nevada, 7(g;9c; East
ern Oregon, heavy, 6(<i'7V2C; do choice, B(aj9c; Val
ley Oregon, ll@l2y 2 c 1* lb.
HOPS— quote good to choice, 4<gi6c f, B>; in
ferior and old Hops, "(aSc %>. tb.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
BAGS-Calcutta Grain Bags, 4%c; Wool Bags,
24@2t!c. ..,':.'; v..
■ COAL— The market Is weaker. Scotch and Seat
tle are quoted lower. Wellington, $8; New 'Welling
ton. $8;. South Held Wellington, $7 50; Seattle. $6:
Bryant, *6: Coos Bay, $5: Wallsend, l? 750 %i ton:
Scotch, $7 50; Byrmbo,s7 50; Cumberland, $13 50
in oulk and $15 in sacks: Pennsylvania Anthra
cite Egg, $12: Welsh Anthracite Egg, $9; Cannel,
*8: Rock Springs, Castle Gate. and Pleasant "Val
ley, $7 60: Coke, $I*2 in bulk and $14 in sacks.'
COFFEE— C. E. Blckford's circular says: "The
local situation is quiet and unchanged. Although
not manifesting an adverse sentiment, dealers buy
j strictly within the lines of temporary requirements,
1 while importers, on the other hand, appear per
[ fectly willing to carry stocks and feed the trade as
! called upon without' attempting to force business
beyond the natural capacity of the market. | There
is still a fair : inquiry for . overland shipment al
though in New YorK prices for Brazils have re
cently declined a little in sympathy with a drop in
Havre, to which latter market all eyes have been
centered for some months past and are still with a
great deal of interest. To-day's first-hand stock is
2650 bass Costa Rica, 219 Nicaragua. 7o3o Salva
dor andf23,44S Guatemala— in all 33.342 bags. The
steamer City of Sydney is due about the 24th inst.
with 3950 bags." We quote the market quiet and -
steady as follows: 20y 2 @2lc lb for pood to
prime washed .Costa Hica; 19^i@20c 'f, lb for
good Costa Rica: 18V2®19 ( " %4 &> for jtood Costa
Rica mixed with black beans; 17i^rall8y2C for
fair Costa Rica; 14@16%c for common to ordinary
; Costa Rica; 19@'20c for good to prime washed Sal
vador; - — (o-l sc for good ; green unwashed Salva
dor; '2\(a t -2liJ. i c. for prime washed Guatemala;
19 : *4@2034c for shim] to strictly good washed Guat
emala: 1 SV&^lCV'li' 1 1 f° r fair washed Guatemala:
16@1"84c for medium Guatemala: 14@lf) 3 ,ic for
ordinary Guatemala; 9(ailSVaC for very "inferior to
common Guatemala: 7f@22cs lb for good to prime
washed -Peaberry; 19@T0V4c for good unwashed
l'eaberry. •.-■'-;'-; :V:-. ;• j 1 •.;■;: ;>-^ .-■..■..'■/.■,.■,
iaL'u Ail— Western Sugar Refining Company
■ ':-■•■.!•■: ■'.-..-■ -..r . . ■■--.■■■■: „-. ■ - ■ i-.- . .-..-- -- ■
quotes, terms net cash : Cube, Crushed, Powdered
and Fine Crushed, all G%c: Dry Granulated, si/sc;
Confectioners' A, sc: Magnolia A, 4%c; Extra C,
4V 2 c; liolden C, 414 c; D, 4c: half barrels, 14c
more than barrels, and boxes V2C more.
SAN FRANCISCO BUKAT MARKET.
Wholesale rates for dressed stock from slaugh
terers are as follows:
BEEF— First quality, S@SV2C: , second quality,
4Voc; ihlrd do, 3@4c £ ft. ■ ■
V L.AL— Laree, 4<aisc; small. B@7c t^ lb.
M Weathers, 4c: Ewes, »V»®4c •£ lb.
£, AM ,?— rin £. 4i.,<a,r>c 9 it..
PORK— Live Hoes, 3c $ lb for soft, 4<§4Vic for
hard and 4@4 Vic for feeders; dressed do, sfg»6y 2 c.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
TUESDAY, June 18.
Flour.qr.sks...... 9,512|W001. bi5... ........ 231
Wheat, ctls. 139,415 Leather, rolls 5
Barley, ctls . 3.9o9' Wine. gals.. 66 700
Corn. ctls. 593 Hides, no 2,012
Beans, sks. 115: Pelts, ndls 322
Potatoes, sks 1,882 Lime, bbls 180
Onions, 5k5........ 678 Quicksilver, flasiM 225
Hay. t0n5.......... 457 Borax, ctls 252
Br»n, nit, 190 Tallow, ctls .... 183
Middlings, 5k5..... 220
THE STOCK MARKET
'Compared with Monday's closing quotations the
Comstocks were lower all around. Con. Cal. & Va.
declining to $2 35, Ophir tosl 30. Hale & Norcross
to 84c and so on. Business was dull.
XOTKS.
Union Con. is assessed 20c.
A special meeting of the Hearst Mining Com
pany has been called for the purpose of deciding
and voting upon a proposition to ratify a sale of all
Its mining claims known as the Alabama, Bailey
and Humboldt, upon the Brunswick lode.
The assessment on the Chollar will be delinquent
in office to-day.
The following corporations in California will pay
interest on their bonded indebtedness In July: Cali
fornia-street Cable Company s's, semi-annual;
California Electric Light 6's, quarterly: Contra
Costa Water s's, semi-annual; Los Angeles Light-
Ing 6's, semi-annual, both issues: Nevada County
N arrow-gauge Railroad B's, semi-annual; Northern
Railway of California 6's, semi-annual; Park and
Ocean Railway 6's, semi-annual; Park and Cliff
House Railway 6'«, semi-annual: San Francisco
and North Pacific Railway s's semi-annual;
Southern Pacific of Arizona 6's, semi-annual:
Sunset, Telephone and Telegrapn 6's, semi-annual.
A heavy flow of water has been met with in the
tunnel In the Gray Kagle mine and Superintendent
Darning looks upon it as one of the most promis
ing signs they have had for striking bedrock in the
center of the channel.
The Virginia Enterprise says in regard to the
Brunswick lode that "operations are to commence
Immediately. Saturday Superintendents Ryan,
Keating, Gorham and Kervin and Engineer Haist
spent the day in viewing the ground with a view to
deciding upon a plan for immediate action. It is
understood that two drifts will be started immedi
ntplv from the tunnel, one toward the north and
the other toward the south. Fifteen men will be
put On in each until it is decided to start upraises,
when the force will be augmented. \Vh>en the rich
or. i.« struck which the Brunswick is almost certain
ifM-^malii ye shall see a rehabilitation of the old
ramp." •
BOABD SALES.
Following were the sales in the San Francisco
Stock Board yesterday:
EIOniAR MOKNINO SESSION"— 9:3O.
200 Alta 16i300 (i & C. .. .27200 Ovrmn. ...17
100 Andes 251200 26 200 Potosi 40
100 B & 8.... 42 200 H<£A Kb' l fiO Savafre. ...33
'.00 41500 8.»!l000SB<fcM.l4
300 Bodie 251200 Mcx 56 1000 13
SDO Ch011ar.... 50100 Occidtl ...19V00 I'uion C..29
50 C Point. ..35 100 0phir....1.35 200 V Jackt...4O
AFTKRXOON SKSSIOX— 2:3O.
1000 Alpha C.o'2 100 Chollar....">o 100 Potosi 40
200 Alta „16100 49100 39
100 8e1cher. .. 35 25it CC*V .2.35 100 Savage. ...31
100 Hi 15.... 4 1 r.OO II & X....86100 Scorpion.. 04
300Botlie 30 200 Mcx :>5 500 S JJJt M..14
Following were the sales in the Pacific Stock
Board yesterday:
KKOI'I.AR SF.SKIOX— IO:3O.
100 Belcher...:-!:" 200 CC&V...2W200 Mcx 55
101) H& B 43.200 (i&C 20 50 Uphlr. 1.35
100 40200 il<fc.\ S8 300 Overmu ..17
MlO Ch0!1ar...51 100 8 ( J 500 Potosi ....41
100 30100 Just ice.... 13 10(1 Savage. ...34
400 CCA V.. 2. 401100 Mm 57 50 V Jacket. 4o
A>"\j.nNoi)N session— 2:3o.
100 Andes.... 23 250 CC&V....'28' 8 200 0ph1r.... 1.35
J()() B <fe 11....4310J C P0int.... 34'A00 Seßßelchl4
]00 Bullion. . .00 800 Mono 07|100 Sierra X..49
ISO Challenge2l 100 Occidnt...lß 50 Y Jacket. .4o
600 Chollar...so| I
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
TUESDAY, June 18—4 p. m.
• • Bid.Asked.] ■ Bid. Asked.
Alpha Con 02 O3|Jackson 20 —
Altn... 15 lti'.luliH 02 04
Andes 28 '25! Justice 12 13
Belcher 34 X 6 KentucK 02 03
Best * Belcher. 43 43 Lady Wash.... 01 02
KentouCou.... "— - 46JA1e.\ican....... 65 66
Bodle ;...;. 83 > SfijMono 05 06
Bullion..; OH 09 ! Mt. Diab10..... 15 —
Bnlwer 04 05 Nevada Queen. — 05
Caledonia 06 07 Occidental 18 • 19
Challenge Con. 18 2o!(Jphlr 1.80 1.35
Choilar 49 50Overman ...... 17 38
Coil. Cal. «fc Va. 2.35 '2.40 Potosi 39 40
Con. Imperial. — 01 Savage 32 33
Commence 75 80j.*eK. Belcher... 13 15
Con. New 02 — Scorpion — 04
Crown Point... 34 3 5' Sierra Nevada. 49 50
Kast ls. & 8... 11 12 Silver Hill 02 04
KastSit-rraJSev — 05 Silver King. ... 12 '20
Exchequer..... 02 0-1 Syndicate — 04
Eureka Con 20 — 'Union Con 25 '26
Gould dt Curry. 25 26 Utah 03 05
Ualedc-Norcrs. 86 88, Yellow Jacket. 39 40
lowa — 05!
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
TUESDAY, Juue 18—2 p. if. .
bonds. Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
U S 4s coup..l llVi — Banks. Commercial
CS 4s rcs...lliv 2 — Amerß&TC. — —
Cal-s:Cl)less.lO9-T.4 — Anglo-Cal. .. 57 67%
Cml Elec L 65107y 2 — Bank of Ca1..221 225
CntraC\VsslO2 103y 2 Cal SD&TCo. 50 —
Dpnt-st«x-cp 92 . 99 iFlrstNationl.l77% —
I-.dsnL*P6s. — 109 tranters.... — —
K*CH RRBsIOO — LondonP<fcA.l2sl^ —
Geary-stRSs. — 103 |London*SF. — 31 .
I^>»Angl.6s.*97V" —-' Merch Ex... 12 —
Do.Gnted.6s. — 103 Nevada — — -
Mkt-stCblet?sl23 — >ather BCo.. — —
XevCNgUßs. — 105 i Banks. Savings—
NPCnK6s.IOO — GerS&LCo.. —1775 '
Ny Cal 65.. 102 — HunibS&L.lOOO —
NRyCaISH.. — — Mutual ......— 45 .
Oak Gas 55..102S /4 — SFSavUnionso() 610
Do, 2dissGs..lO3V 3 — iSav<fc Loan.. 110 150
Oinnihiiß (35.. — 120 ;Securltv. — 310
PacHollMbs.io2i/i — ' I Union Trust. »3o K6O '.',
Do, 2d185»>3,.100 — ! Street ttall way—
l > &OKv6s..llo 120 California 103 —
PAth Ryßs. 931.4100 Geary-st — 90
I'wl-stRRBs. — 113 Mark"et-5t.... 39 40
Keno,\VL&Llo2 105 Oak.sL*Hav — 100
Ki\er\VCo6s — 100 Presidio — 13
SF&NPRRSsIOI% — .Sutter-5t..... — —
SPRRArizBs 98 Va SOW Powder—
!SPRRCaltJs.llll/ 2 •■— . Atlantic D... 18 25
sPKRCaIBs. 871-.100 ■ : California.... 75 —
Do, Icon 1.1 d. 87V a IOO Giant 15 —
Sl'BrKCa!6s. 94i 4 4 Juuson — —
SV\Vater6s..l22:! / 4 — Vigorlt.. — 1
«VWater4s.. 97='i — I Miscellaneous—
StktnGAE6s — 103 I Blk DCOIIICO. — 12
SunstT&THs — 103 |Cal Cot Mills. — —
SutlPr-stUss. — 10914 Cal Dry Dock — — ; ..
ViaaUaWC6i — 92 EdisonLlghU 891,4 90
stocks— IGasConA.ssn. — —
Contra Costa. 641/2 — IHawdtSCo.. 4y 2 8
Jiarin C 0.... — 50 .. HutchSPCo.. 11 1134
Jos<? — 100 JudsonMfKC. — — .
Sprng Valley 100 1001,4 AlerExAssn. 100 —
Gas— iOceanlcSHCo — 23
Capital. — 45 PacAuxFA.. 1% —
Central.. 95 — Pacßorux... 98 100
Oak<iJ,<feH. 44 45 !pacl Co. — 30
Pac Gas Imp. — 82V~ Par Roll Mill 17 —
PacfllcLight. 46 — "Parf Paint Co — 9
San^rancsco — 70% Pac Trans Co — ' 25%
Stockton 16 23 PacT&TCo. 50 —
Insurance— • Sunset T it T. 35 —
Firemansl-"d.lOO — United C Co-. — 25
fcun..... — 60
MORXINO SESSION*.
Street— 2s Edison Light A Power Co, 89%: 360
Pacific Lighting Co, 45.
AFTEItNOON SKSSrON.
Board— 4s Edison * Power Co, 89: 10 Giant
Powder Con, 15.
Street— 2s Edison Light & Power Co, 89.
■ ' ■ '-, ■ . ... _ _ ;.■;>■.:
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
11USS HOUSE.
X Bollard, Ager C A Kramer. Kansas Cy
J L Broiler & w. Eureka C F Dickens, Chicago ■
J P Taylor &w. Salinas 8 W Scotton. Ukiah : : a -
J L Parker, NY (> Morgan, Duncans Mills
J II Moss, San Mateo J T Walker, San Jose :
C B Dallyn, San Jose • L Bulger, Benlcia
]> E Berry, Valley Spgs G W Cross. lowa Hill
EUaMcCormick.Oakld Alice McCormlck, Pesca-
O A llamlin, Napa . , dero
11 C Schroeder. NevClty T Prausse, Boulder Creek
John Gaynor. Idaho J P Loni<, Pescadero : .
W J,ockarl, Pescadero D H Ross, Fort Bragg
Paul Hoffman, Newcas- H H Ritchie, Portland
tie - : Ci F Crew, Eugene
8 T George &w, Chicago G W Puroy <fe w, Reno
L M English, Fla J Marshall. Ariz
R Hoffman, Ariz EN Williams, Nev
R F Hall, Waisonville -\V T Taylor. Bakersfleld
C Kerr, Bakersfield Mrs D A Kelly, Cal
R S Hire, Kenneth B H White & w, Colusa
J <: Roe, Gait ' F A Mattos, Redding
W T Mead, Puso Robles P Flint. Paso Robles
Misses Connere, R Bluff B F Wilson, Ukiah ■
Dr H H Clark, S Cruz H W Clark, Santa Cruz
PALACE HOTEL. > '
E S Churchill, Napa C E Gates, Chicago '
Capt Reed, USSoiympiaW Brown, St Louis
W C Chamberlin.S Diego W Chamberlin, Sn Diego
W E Griffin, Nevada M C Bristol, Chicago
P J Burke, lowa ■■..:. ■■■'■'■ J P Striegel. lowa -
O\V Collier, NY - Mr' & Mrs E 8 Weed,
W Banning. Los Angeles ■- Plattsburg
II McOli;en &w, S Diego TI Lindl^y, Los Angeles
Mrs F W McCuUough, W M Dell Los Angeles
Los Angles G B McAnenny, Los Ang
O H Manning, Los Ang T Derby, New Almaden
M Fowler, Danville J A Dick, Las Vegas ; • I
S Block, Chicago ; ' . ■- Mrs J A Dick, Las Vegas
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
Joseph Putnam, NY" ; Pat Saeht, Buffalo
.1 V Kennedy, Auburn CM Burrls, Boston
F Nelson. Brooklyn • ' , Mrs B Tasbel &. 3c, Mont
Jos Martin, Vallejo . Jos McCarthy, Vallejo
E A Watson, st Paul Geo Nelson. Oakland
O Opie, N<i\v . '-'' Tom McQuad, Mo • ; v
Charles Hogan, Mich : Dan Crotty, City Mexico
; W S Long, Galveston - - Miss McCullough, Texas
Miaa Howard. NY Jobs KaedJuua. £1 Y.
GRAND HOTEL.
W Kastman, Hollister J M Wil^s Aw, Lincoln
U W Spencer, Hollister F L Landers. Lincoln
A Chisholm, JS'iles N J Dinsmore. Alton
.1 X Ilillrnaii, Cal X W Smith, Oakland
J Isroiishton,KiittP,Mont J H Liut'ord <fe w, I'tah
Mrs S J K«leston<s:d.l, A Mrs F: C Houghton, Ar-
Z Peltori dc \v. Los Ansj liiiKton
W W Wbttson &w,SI)ro Miss L B Anderson.SDgo
MWC D Knox. S Dieao I> E Stanton. Xai>a
s s Vail, Kocklin ' r>r O L liarton. Kocklln
3 A Vail, 8t Louis Mrs J F Smith, Los Ang
l>r H s Ciiartes, Snisun Mrs J A rerslii!ii, r ,siiiauu
VaUey Valley
T >!int .Ir, San Juan X M Qieen, orovllle
J H (Hide, Sacto V. iss M X Jamison, S C
C M Aiiken.w.S Antonio Mrs s M .laquette. Oklnd
<J II Fox, Clements W 15 Keiney, Clements
W R Kcilor, Denver F A Wiwmaii. San Joss
W II Pliillijis, Fresno A Yell, Hant'ord
il II Madison. w.iJrtFalls. I II Beecher, Chicago
.1 I; scott, saiißM W J Rogers, San Jom
E l'l>rHdlov,KlMonteci(o C \V nilnmre. Ked lilnff
.1 l-( 'iiiiilon. Verdi. Nev Mis.--.AMcSwetni-y,s Cruz
Mrs A i! Meade, Sa«to
HALDWfN HOTEL.
C C Hicok, Colusa j <; Richie * w. Ala
A R McDonald, Stockton T Fitzgerald, sr>n Jose
J X Kourke.,rhicaso J B Longview, st Louis
D Wimii-rs. Stockton W H t'lark. Stockton
Mrs Clark &d, Stockton Dr 0 A Meyer, Modesto
.1 Adams, Olema X A Blome, Oakland
A A Brown, San Jose J Khodes, X V
A L Bourir.i^ar, Chicago C M Clark. Chicago
E Ourrett dt w.Wash, DC J V. .iiib'Tt & \v, Modesto
C F Ketchum, Chicago J Thompson, Wsitsonville
LICK HOUSE.
J B T Tulhilt. Oregon II W Georg?, Cal
J Wilson, Oakland i. PrfgP, San Rafael
\V H Cleary. CaJ . \v ji Clear? Jr, Cal
J T I»uBois & iani, D C Mrs E Pastor, <;ermany
J R Webl, Fresno \v X Rogers, Cal
.1 M Fowler & sous, Mo H J Fonts <fe \v, Cal
Mrs P White, Alarm-da Geo D Darwin, Fulton
Henry Eickhort, Cal Ii P Sage & w, Cal
S G Wlx &w, Oakland -
THE CALL CALENDAR.
JtJNE, 1895.
Moou's Chases.
June 7,
Full Moon.
10
11
June 15,
Last Quarter.
17
June 22,
New Moon.
25
29,
First Quarter.
30 1 | |
i i
i
OCEAN STEAMERS
Date»"of nepartnre From San Francisco.
STRAMKR. [OBTnATIOV I
RAILS.
| PIKR.
.oiexicu
Weeott
Santa Itosa.. 1
Karallon ...
North Fork. :
Humboldt...
St Paul
Truckee....
Point i^onia. j
H0mer., .... j
A niK ( i .
Oreeon
CityPuebla.. i
I'ervi
C0r0na...... ;
WiJlami Val
P0m0na.....
Del None... j
Eureka . j
Monowat I
State of «'al i
Alceßlncliti
I Vie <t I'm Snu !
Kel Kiver I
'San Diego '
1 Yacmina Bay., i
: Humboldtßav j
HumboldUJay j
Newport ......
I'ortland
Grays Harbor. 1
j Coos 8ay. .....
Loos 8av......
i Portland |
| Vie & J'jft Hnrti
China <& Japan
San Dieeo |
, Mexico i
Humboldtßav :
Grays Harbor
NewDort ......
(Sydney j
'Tort land \
I'ortland . . . ;-. .
|Jun 19, BAM'Bdw'y 1
Jun 19. 9am ; Vallejo
Jim 2O.tIAM Bdw'y '2
Jnn 20,10 am Miss 1
i.lun 20, 9am Miss 1
I Jon 21, 9am Washfn
Jun 22, Ham Bdw'y 2
Jun 22. 4pm: Vallejo
! Jun 22.10«m iMiss'n 1
Jun 32, 6pm! Oceanic
Jun 22,10 am Vallejo
Jun 23,10 am Soear
i.Tun 24, 9am! Bdw'y 1
Jun 24, Si-ml' M S
!.Jun 24.11 am IJilw'y 'I
Jun 25.10 am Bdw'y 2
Jun 25. 2PM ! lsdw"y 1
Jun 26, sPM'Main
Jno 26. Bam 'Bdw'y 2
j Jun 27. 2pm Oceanic
Jun 28,10 am hpear
Jim L>a. spm' Vallojo
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE.
[EX |
HnmDoldt ...... I Hutu bold t Jtsav
Truckee j Portland ." ..;.
Homer i Coos May
Clt.vof I'ueDla .. | Victoria & I'liget .Souna
Oregon I I'ortland
st Paul | Newport
city of Everett. C'omox
San Beni to I'aooma
Araso Coos iiay
Crescent City. Crescent City
Corona i San Di«"iro
Pomona. | Ilnmboidt 8ay..........
Weeott." :.... i Kel frivpr
City of Sydney, t'anama
Del None i (4 rays Harbor
Coptic China and Japan [
Mackinaw : Tacoma....
Kureka I Newport
Walla Wa11a.... | Victoria <£ Tuget Sound
State of Cal : Portland
A lice iSlanchard ] Portland......
Santa Kosa San Dipgo
Farallon I Yaauina Bay..
Saturn ' Panama....
North Fork iHurutioidt Bay
Arcata Coos 8ay.....'.
..Junelfl
..June2<)
..June'JO
..Junp2o
..June'2o
..June'2o
...Hine2o
..Jnne2l
..June2l
..Juiip2l
. . Junp'J2
..Jimt'22
..Jnne2B
. .June 23
...June24
..Junp24
...Tuiip24
...lnne'24
..Jane2S
..Jun*-25
..Jnne26
..June26
..Juiip26
. ..1 1111026
.. Jun»»26
..Jiint-26
SUN AND TIDE TABLE
c
p
WA
WA
Small. I,arge.;Small.
8.23P 10.22 a S.ISAi 1.69P
9.08P11.1W.V 8.57 a 'J.4BP
I Sets
Rises.
4.4'
■ 4.4'
7.
I 7.
1.39 a
2.14 a
HYDROGRAPHIC BULLETIN
, Branch Hydrookaphio Office. C a. X., •»
Mkr<;hants' Gxchandk V
Han Francisco. June 18. 1895. )
The time ball on TeleerapU Xlln was dropped
exactly at noon to-day— i. c., at nooD of the VMlh
meridian, or a: exactly 8 f. M.. Greenwich time.
A. F. Fkcbtelkb,
• Lieutenant U. S. N.. in charge.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
Arrived.
TUESDAY, .Tune 18.
Stmr Point Loma. C'onway, 61 hours from C'os
mopolis; pass and mdse, to Grays Harbor Com
mercial Co.
Stmr Santa Cruz, Nicholson, 60 hours from San
Diego and way poris; produce, to Uoodall, Perkins
&Co.
Stmr Santa Hosa. Alexander, 60 hours from
San Diego, etc; pass und mdse, to Goodall, Perkins
ifeCo.
stmr Alice Blanchard, Dunham, — days from
Portland via Astoria; pass and mdse, to Russ,
Sanders <fc Vo,
Stmr Farallon, Paton, 45 hours from Yaquina
Bay : pass and nidse, to C J Hendy, Sons & Co.
Bark Harry Morse, Herriman, 5 days from Ta
coma, via Ciallam Bay 4 days; 2135 tons coal, to
Sou.h Prairie Coal Co.
Bark Palmyra, Keller. 6 days from Port Gamble;
lumDer, to Pope & Talbot.
Bktn KPtricver, Bogan, 5 days from Port Had
lock: lumber, to W J Adams. I'd river direct.
Schr (.; H Merchant, Brannan, 5H hours from
Coos Bay. 340 M ft lumber, to K. B. Dean A. Co.
Sclir Viking, IVtcrson, 11 days from Tacoma;
lumber, to Dirkins Lumber Co.
Schr Abbie, Hansen, "JO boots from Caspar; 210
M ft lumber, to Caspar Lumber Co.
Cleared.
TUESDAY, June 18.
Stmr Colon, Mackinnon, Panama; Pacific Mall
Steamship Co.
simr Mexico, Hunter, Victoria and Port Town
send : Goodall. Perkins & Co.
Stmr romona, Hannah, Eureka; Goodall, Per
kins*, Co.
Ship Bello O'Brien, Colley, Queenstown; Givln,
Baldwin <fe Eyre.
JJr ship Wrtsdale, Fisher, Queeustown; Balfonr,
Outline it Co.
Bark Gen Fairchild, Smith, Xanaimo; John Kos
cnfeld'a Sons.
Sailed.
TUESDAY, June 18.
FHmr GiDsy, Leland, Santa I ruz.
Stmr Pomona, Hannah, Eurexa.
Stmr Colon, Mackinnou, Panama.
Stmr Sunol. Walviß.
Stmr Eureka. Jepsen, San Pedro.
Stmr State of California, Ackley, Astoria and
Portland.
Er ship Both|ivell, Bellringer, Queenstown.
lial bark Oriente, Cacace.Queenslown.
Schr Kclipie, Guttormson, Enreku.
Schr Olillie Fjord, SeKerthorst, Urays Harbor.
Schr Koy soniers, Olsen, Portland.
Schr Nettie Low, Low, Point Reyes.
Schr Queen, Thonatjel.
Schr II f !cn Alernam, Crangle.
SctaxKuhy A Cousins, Knudsen.
Schr Sacramento, Hanson, Coos Bay.
■ f iniji :l nil if.
POINT LOBOS-June 18-10 p. M.-Weather
hazy; windS; velocity 8 uules uer hour.
Spoken.
May 6—6 S 29 W, Br ship Marion Ballantyne, fm
Oregon for Queenstown.
June 2—33 N 42 W, Br schr Rimac, from Van
couver for London.
i >uun-~t i<- Ports.
POINT ARENA— Arrived June 18— Stmr Alca
truz, hence June 17.
WESTPORT— SaiIed June 18— Schr Moro, for
San Francisco.
PORT BLAKELEY— Arrived June 13-Br bark
Thermopylae, from Shanghai.
SEATTLE— SaiIed June 13— Bark Gatherer, for
San Francisco.
CLEONE— Sailed June 18— Stmr Alcazar, for
Port Los Angeles
HEARNES LANDING— SaiIed June 18— Schr
Christina Steffens, for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO-Passed June 18 at 4 am-
Haw stmr San Mateo, from Port Los Angeles for
Comoi.
FORT BRAGG— Sailed June 18-Stmrs Rival and
Noyo, for San Francisco.
EUREKA- Sailed June 18— Stmr Humboldt> for
San Francisco.
SEATTLE— SaiIed June 18 — Schr Bangor, for
San Pedro.
STILLWATER COVE — Sailed June 18-Schr
Archie and Fontie, for San Francisco.
COLLINS LANDlNG— Arrived June 18-Schr
Bender Erothers, hence June 18.
BAN DON— Arrived June 18— Schr S Danielson.
hence June 2.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived June 18— 9tmr Cleone.
from Eureka.
Sailed— Brig Tanner, from Eureka.
POKT LOS ANGELES— Arrived June 18— Nor
stmr Peter JtUsen, from Nanalmo; stmr Green
wood, from Point Arena.
TATOOSH-Passed June 18— Ship Sterling, from
Port Blakeley lor Philadelphia.
foreign Ports.
ANTWERP— SaiIed June 16 and passed Dunge
ness June IB— Br ship Lauriston, tor San Fran
cisco.
FALMOTJTH— SaiIed June 16— Br ship Glenmo
rag, for Tyne.
NEWCASTLE, NSW— Sailed June U-Br bark
Brussels, for Oregon.
COLON-SaiieU June 14— Stmr Advance, tor New
York. 15— Stmr City of Para, for New York.
BKOWilliAD— Passed Juuo i7-.Br ship Hyde-
rabad hence *'eb 17 for Queensto-.vn; Br ship
I'ovledale, hence Jan 13 for Queenstown.
HULL— Sailed June 15— Br ship Senator.
Arrived June 15-Nor ship st.iorn. from Orejron.
! PKAWLK POlNT— Passed Ji.r.e 17— Br ship
BarHllnn, from London for Sun Francisco.
DUNKIRK— June 17— ship Moel
Trvvan, from Oregon. ' r^ia^b-
IPSWlCH— Arrived June 14— Br ship Clack
mi'.nnau.shirp, trom Oregon. ,
QUKKNSTOWN— Arrived June la— ship Ai
debnran. from Port Town.«nd: Br ship «t r " ns he
Mar 9: Br ship Fort George, hence rib ]4;l>r barK
Lord Klein, from Oregon and sailed for Hamburg.
HONGKONG— 18-Brstnir Gaelic,
for San Francisco. . ■ivl^.'.n-
VANCOUVER— SaiIed June 13— Ektn Monitor,
for San Francisco.
Importation*.
HOQUIAM— Per Point Loma-14 eds stavebolts
33 bdls sreen hides. „. , .
COMnopoliS— Mft lnuiber, 1 bdl hides, 1 V^g
dry goods, SI btlis shooks.
.Soutn Jierid— l lull staves. 7 dry hides, i empty
LO.MPOC— Per Santa Cruz-10 bxs butter. 60 as
honey. ($ is fv.i:*. 76 sks beans.
PORTLAND AND ASTOKIA-lVr Alice Blanch
ard— ISO 6 sk.s barley, 3878 sks flour, 2629 sks pata,
5 bxs enrbon, 5 crts elec goods, 334 cs 225 bbls ...)
csks do, 12 bbls insulators, 'JO keys lusts. 4 kens
4 crts hardware, 50 reels 67 coils 11 csks wire, 3 os
goatskins. 193 bdls green hides. 1 safe, 8 ?ks glue,
--128 sks bones, 8 crts furniture, 134 bis excelsior, 55
cs canned gds, 74 bdls horse-collars, 90 M ft lum
ber.
SAN DIEGO— Per Santa Rosa— bxs lemons,
2 os dry poods, 1 'Inn cheese, 10 cs honey, 10 brtls
<lry risii, 3 b.is do, Sl' 1 bbls pickled Ban, 1 roll car
pet, 8 bxs spice, 42 bxs oranst s, 19 cs millinery, 1
cs ivinn. 2cs grapefruit, 1 bx china goods, 1 bx
olive oil, l crts bicycles, 2 sks beeswax.
Redondo— 2 bxs stationery, 2 bxa disinfectant
cure, 1 tib: do, 1 cs stationery ami books, 1 cs letter
press, 5 bxs type, 149 bxs lemons, 5 bxs oranges, i
crts bicycles.
Port Los Angeles— l 3 crts bicycles, 2 bxs tele
phones. 74 cs soda bottles, 12 ska wool, 8 axles, 6
bxs bottles. 4 crossbars, 16 wheels, 2 sks chillies, 1
pkg whips, 5 bdls iron, 4 rake frames, 4 bdls teeth,
2 shafts, 16 cs marble, 1 cs clothing. 2 bbls wine, 6
bxs tomatoes, 2 crts vegetables.
Port Uarford— 2 tubs 70bxs butter, 4 bxs extract,
28 cans tallow, 32 cs eggs, 1 roll belting, 2 «oops
dues, 10 dressed calves. 1 coop chickens. 1 Bk
beeswax, 13 bxs fish.
Santa Maria— sks wheat.
Santa Barbara— 4 bbls mm water, 1% bxs olives,
102 bxs lemons, 31 bxs oranges.
YAQTJLNA BAY— Farallon— 96 sks bran,
10.215 sks oats, 816 qr ska Hour, 2 sks wool, 228
sks bark, 23 bdls hides. 1 bl oilcloth, 2 cs catsup, 1
coop turkeys, 8 coops chickens, 43 cs eggs, 31 ska
oysters, 1 bx castings.
Consignees.
Per Point Loma— Grays Harbor. Commercial Co;
Bissin<?er & Co; Norton, Teller & Co; I' A Worth;
California Barrel Co; Murphy, Grant & Co; West
ern B and M Co.
Per Santa Rosa— Wetmore Bros; J II Cain & Co;
31 Khrman <fc Co; A Galli Fruit Co; H Dutard: A C
Fry & Co; Gould & Jaudin; Gray & Barbieri; Sun
set T and T Co: Wood. Curtis & Co: Hills Bros: D
M Osborne ife Co : Lev! Spiegel & Co: Milwaukee
Brewery; Amer Press ; Wheaton, Breon A. Co;
Garcia <fe Maggini; Selby Smelting and Lead Co: II
0 Greenhood ; Lievre, Fricke & Co; J A Parsons; J
Reynolds; C E Whitney & Co: Smith's Cash Store;
Baker & Hamilton ;Goo<lall, Perkins* Co: H Clif
ton; W P Fuller & Co; American Union Fish Co; J
C Spencer: .1 ivancovicn <£ Co; H N Tilden & Co;
Wieland Brewing Co; Norton, Teller & Co: Bernard
Mattress Co: M T Freitas & Co; H Heckman & Co;
San Francisco Fish Co: Allen Lewis; J Wilson:
G Camilloni & Co; Junsen, Rose <fc Henry; C C Pen
nell&Co: Bloom & Hanson; Wm Bloom: Sachs
Bros; Bell & Co: Overman Wheel Co; E Oriswold;
W V Mitchell; Bennett & Murray; Bartlett Spring
MnferCo; Columbus Mills; Jonas Erlanger & Co;
Goodyear Rubber Co; Wieland Brewing Co: Fred
ericksburg Brewery; De^Benmrdi Co ; J L Shat
tuck; Edwards «StCo; Newell Bros; M £ Stone;
Imm el <fc Co.
Per Santa Cruz— A Paladlni; C E Whitney & Co;
Feiling, Cressey & Co; Dodge, Sweeney ct Co ; II
Duiarrl.
Per Alice Blanchard— Hulse, Bradford & Co; J P
Smith; J H Newbauer<fc Co; Anspacher Bros; W C
Ravig; Thomas Lou^hran; Moore, Ferguson & Co;
Allen A- Lewis: C J Leist Co: General Electric
Co: A Hromada; Herman Waldeck:;M Franklin &
Bros: J J Newberger; D N & E Walters; Pac Fer
tilizer Co; G w Frazier; Main Daniels; Carlson &
Currier; Chnix & Dernard; N Ohlandt &Co;JJ
Winner; II Bohls; Geo W Alexander; Excelsior R
W (0; Oeo Morrow & Co; J C Johnson it Co; Ve
ronica Mm Water Co: Stockton Gas and Electric
Co; G Green.
Per I-aralion— Moore, Ferguson & Co; H Dutard ;
C J Leist & Coj Anspaetaer Bros; Thomas <fc Kahn;
Smith's Cash -Store; J Rverding & Co: Pap Vinegar
Works; Dunham, Carrigan <t Co; .Standard Oil Co;
Murphy, Grant & Co; \V P i-'uller* Co: Norton
I Tanning Co: Morgan Oyster Co: W c Price <t Co ;
| E R Stevens <fc Co; W A Wells: J P Thoiuas.
j For iMt- Sihinpinn Intelligence See Thirteenth Pan*.
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
PAIAIA STEAMSHIP HIS.
(P. H. R. CO.)
. Panama Kailrund Co.
coxjTJß,o:3Biuak.]iNr jlm^ustjs
(P. 11. R. CO.)
TO ISJE-W YORK
S. S. " CITY OF EVERETT"
Will be dispatched for Panama on
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1895,
Taking cargo and passengers for
New York. Sonth American &■ European Ports.
No cargo received or bills of lading signed on day
Of sailing.
THE JOHNSON-LOCKE MER. CO., Agents.
204 Front street.
C. H. HASWELL Jr., Acting Gen. Agent
Panama It. R. Co.
OCEAMC STEAMSHIP COMPAQ.
_jmM" Mt . Coolßardie gold flelda
jßp'T'fn ' Kr< mantle), Austra-
M?\£ :> Ur\\.*& > . lia; S^- 0 tirst class
JPffrT nUtM^T i ifu* $110 steerage. Lowest
JS-Jr*"^! rates to . Capetown,
I BOW/ }^^J» vt'^V Australian steamer,
\t '^TsL^BI s3 Honolulu and Aucli-
izJSrfijr I 9 '"nd, Thursday, June
t! t&&Ws£f7*Z''sfivf Steamship Australia,
>rf^s^K^^^tair Honolulu only, Tues-
Ticket office, 138 Montgomery street.
Freight office, 327 Market street.
J. I;. BPRECKELS A; BROS.. General Agents.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COIPAXV
DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN
XJ Francisco for ports in Alaska, 9a. m., TJittflC
June 4. 9. 19, 24. July 5. 9, 19, 24, Aueust 3, 8. IS.
For British Columbia and Puget Sound port*,
June 4, a, 14, 19, 24, and every fifth day there-
after.
For Eureka, Humboldt Bay, steamer Pomona,
every 'I uesdav at 2 p. M.
For Newport, Los Angeles and all way port.%
June 2, 6, 10, 14, 18, 22, 2tJ, :!0, and every fourth
day thereafter, b a. m.
For san Diego, stopping only at Port Harford,
Santa Barbara, Port Los Angeles, Redondo (Los
Angeles) and Newport, Juno 4. !v 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 each
month, steamer Willamette Valley.
Ticket Office— Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery
street.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.. General Agent*. '
10 Market st.. San" Francisco.
OD JP, IVI TO PORTLAND
■ W\m QL l*> ANDASTORA.
STEAMSHIPS DEPART FROM SPEAR-
O street wharf at 10 a. m. every live 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 JuneS, 18, 28, July 8.
Oregon sails June 18, 23, July 3. 13.
Fare In cabin, including berth and meals, $15 00;
Steerage. $7 50; Round trip, $25 00.
For through rates and all other information apply
to the undersigned.
Goodaix, PK.HKINS & Co. Frrd. F. COXXOR,
Gen'l Supts., Gen'l Agent.
10 Market st. 19 Montgomery st.
COMPAGXIE GEXERALE TR ASSATLAMIQUE
French Line to Havre.
pOMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH >wr»
\J River, foot of Morion st. Travelers by &-.-Ws*
this line avoid both transit by English railway ami
the discomfort of crossing the channel in a small
boat. New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris,
ttrst class $160; second class SSlltt.
LAGASCOGNE, Capt. Baudelon..;
LA CHAMPAGNE,' Capt! 'Laurent!?. 22, 4:00 A. *"
LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. Laurent
• June 29, 7:66 a. M.
LA BOURGOGNE. Capt. Leboneuf
LA TOURaVneV Capt:'saiitelYiV! . Uly * 4:00 A " **•
..........July 13, 7:66 a.m.
t&T For further particulan apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
. „ No. 3 Bowling Green, New York.
J. 1. FUGAZI ft CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery
aye., San Francisco. .
WII.TE STAK LINE.
United States and I loyal Mail Steamers
• BETWEEN
New York, Queens town & Liverpool,
SAILIXU EVERY WJSEK.
CABIN, $60 AND UPWARD, ACCORD- JiSJ3%^
ing to steamer and accommodations sSSSSS
selected: second cabin. $35 : 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,
sailing dates and cabin plans may be procured
from W. 11. A VERY, Pacific Mail Dock, or at the
General Otlice of the Company, 613 Market St.,
under Grand Hotel. ■ G. W. FLETCHER,
General Agent for Pacific Coast.
ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COXPASY.
STEAMERS LEAVE ASPINWALL j£*r*U
O fortnightly for the Wcs: Indies and • /rr "*iiT
Southampton, calling .en i route at Cerbourgh,
France, and Plymouth to land passengers.
f Through bills of lading, in connection with the
Pacific Mall S. S. Co., Issued for freight and treas-
ure to direct ports In England and Germany-
Through tickets from San Francisco to Plymouth,
Cherbourg, Southampton. First class, 195; thiul
Ciaaa, 9*7 60. For further particulars apply M/ ,
• \ PAfiROTT <fc CO., Agents,
, : ■ 206 CalUctalaafc . |
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
STOCKTOIf STEAMERS
Leave Pier No. 3, Washington Sfc.
At 5 I-. Ml Vuilyi Jixcpt sSnluy St "
43- Accommodations Reserved by Telenhon-
STJKAMEK • ,
T. C. Walker. J. 1,. r^ tep<(
Mary Garratrt. City of Stocktoi.
Telephone M.vn 805 Ca,. > a r, and I^, ""'
RAII-ROAI> TRAVEI^
IgFßlcisllioßTHPA.
cific RAILWAY CO.
Tiburon lerry-i oot of Market St.
San Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS-7:40, 9" 0 n . oo
SXJ: of 0 0.^2-0 8 p ot) M 9:30 ' 11:0 ° — •: 1:30. 3:30,
San Rafael to ail FrancUco
WEEK DAYS-6:25, 7:5:, qo 0 1, , "
Between Fr.ui.lsco and Schuetzen Park urrv.
schedule as above. * Sanaa
SanSsco. Inrthc. S^aSco""
SIS g^^^c
Days. | days. days. Days
7:40 am 8:00 ami Novato, 10:40 am! ~S 7 ™TJ
3:30 rvc 9:30 am! Petaluma, 6:05 pmlOho »!#
5:10 pm 5:00 pm Santa Kosa. 7:30 im 6:15 Jk
Fulton, " ' ~
7:40 am Windsor, 10-30 AIC
Healdsburg, *"'
Geyservllle,
3:30 PJt 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:30 pm 6:15 r»»
I Pieta, ~j ~
7:40 am Hopland & 110-30 am
3:30 fm 8:00 am Ukiah. 1 7:30 pm; g:l5 pm
7 :40 am 10:30 am
8:00 am Guerneville. 7:30 pm]
3:30 pm j I 6:16 pm
7:40 am 1 8:00 am I Sonoma 10:40 am 1 8:50 am
6:10 pm 5:00 pm! and '■ 6:05 pm 6:15 pm
I I Glen Ellen. !
7:40 am 8:00 am! s . bastoDo , 110:40 am 10:30 am
3:30 pm 1 5:00 PM | »*oastopoi. , 6:05 pM tt:lsl>M
Stages connect at San Rafael for Bolinas. ~~~
Stages connect at Santa Kosa for Mark West
Springs.
Stages connect at GeysTville for Skaggs Springs.
Stages connect at Cloverdale for the Geysers.
Stages connect at Pleta for Highland Springs.
Kelseyvllle. Soda Bay, Lakeport.
States connect at Hopland for Lakeport and
Bartlett Springs.
Stages connect at Ukiah for Vichy Sprlngi, B1q«
Lakes, Laurel Dell, Upper Lake, Boontville, Green-
wood, Mendocino City, Fort Bragg, Usal, Westport,
Cahto, Willetts, Calpella, Porno, Potter Valley, John
Day's, Lively*, Gravelly Valley, Harris, Blocks-
burg, Brldgevllle, Hydesville 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, corner New Montgomery and
Market streets, under the Palace Hotel.
H. C. WHITING, R. X. RYAN,
Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
SOI TIIHKN PACIFIC <<>TirAMT.
(PACIFIC KVSTEM.)
Train* learn ami hit da« to arrive atl
KAN l lt IS(».
leave — Fj:om June 14, 1895. — arkits
V«:3oa San Leandro, Haywards & Way Sfns " »: 1 5 *
7:OOa Atlantic Express, Ogden and Kurt.. 10ta«»
7:UOa Benicia, VacaviUe. Kumgey. Sacra-
mento, and Bedding via DarU. . . . 7:1 ip
7:30 a Martinez, San Ramon, Napa, i.'alia.
toga and ' Santa Rosa 6:1
7:30 a San Ltandro, Hajrwud3& Way Sfna 1013 a
M:UOa Kileg, ,Sau Jose, .Stockton, lone.
Sacramento, MarysTille, Red Mull
and OroTille 4:13p
•8:30 a Peters and Milton "7:l.ir
»:OOa Sen Leandro, Haywarda & Way St'ns 1 1:4.% a.
V:OUa Heir Orleans Kturesit, Raymond,
(for Yosemite). Santa Barbara;
Los Angeles, Deiiiiiiit. 11l I'nsa,
New Orleans nnd Kast 3:45p
9:00 a Martinez and Stockton I«i4»a,
10:OOa San Leaadro, Haywsxdaand Niles . 1:4.1p
1 2.-OOM Sao Leandro, Hay wards & Way St'ns ii-.ir.p
l:OUp Niles, San Jose and l.ivermorw. »:I.">a
•I:«Op Sacramento River Steamers •»:OOp
fl:3Op Port Conta and Way Stations f7«43»
»:OOp SanLeandro, Haywards & Way Rt'us 8:45 p.
4:00p San Leandro, ivirds & Way St'ns «: I 0»
4: OOP Martinez, San Ramon, Vullejo.
Napa, Calistoga, l.i Verauo and
Knntaßosa OiISW
4 :©Op Benicia, Vacaville, Woodlau<V
Knights Landing, M»rjKvill<\<
Orovillo and Sacramento - , 10143*
4:30 c ISii.v-, San Jose. Livermora and |
Stockton ' 7t1.11i
S:OOp San Leandro, Haywardi! & Way St'us *: I.J*
ft:3«ip Los Angeles l'.x|>it-r.a, Fiesno, Ray-
mond (for Yosemite), BakerstieliL
Santa Barbara ami Lo.i Angeles.. 10>4.1a,
S:3op Santa Fa Route, Atlantic Express
for MojaTe and Kast 10:4,1 a
6:OOf F.uropean Mail, Ogden and Knit. .. . 9:43*
6:OO i- llnvnHrilii, NH.siiikl San Jose 7:*sa
:7:OOi- Vallejo t7:45r
7:<»Oi> Oregon Kx|ireng,Bkcrainento, Marys,
ville, Uu.l.liiiK. Portland, L'nge*
Sound and Kast 10»43a.
7:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & Way Sf 1 0:.1 Op
9:OOp San Leandro, Haywarda & Way Sfna ttl2:ooA.
ttH;lop San Leandro, H*yward*& Way Sfna *7:13 a
_ SAM A ma!/ VISION (.Narrow «<au ej.
17:4Sa Sunday Eicursion for Newark. Sac
Jose, Los Gatos, Felton and Santa
Cruz :»i«3»
• :13a Newark, (Vnterville.Knii.Tose, Felton,
ISouldir (.'reek, Santa Cruz and Way
Stations.. 3:3P»
•2:15p Newark, Centerville, San Jose. Netr
Almaaen, Pelton, Boulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations "ll:a«*
4:4«p Newark. Sttn. lose. Los (iatoa 0:30 a.
COAST IH VISION (Third Tounnfinl SU.)
*6:45 a .San Jose, New Alinailen and Way
Stations •lt*s»
17:30 a Sunday Kxcursion for Ban Jose, Banta
Cruz, Pacific Grove and Principal
Way Stations t*:33*
■ :I3aS»m JOSS, Tres linos, Santo Crua, *
Pacitic Grove, Paso Robles, San
Luis Oliisno and Principal Way
.St ions 7:* l»»
J9:47a Palo Alto and Way Stations Jl:43f
10-.IOa .sau Jose and Way Stations S:OOp
11:45 a Palo Alto »nd V.'ay Stations 8:30»
*St:3Oi- ,S«n Jose, Gilroy, Tres linos. .Santa
Cruz, Salinas, Monterey and Paciti*
(iroi-H •l«: 4©»
•3:itop San Jose and Principal Way: Stations 9:47
*4:30p San Jose and Way SUtious »S:00a,
«:3OpßanJo*e and Way Stations # B:4S*
6: :«<»[• San Jose and Way Stations. 6:33*
f11:45p San Jose Way Stations f7:40»
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
From SIS FRiHCISCO— Foot of Market Strut (Slip 57— '
•7.-00 6:00 ■ 9:00 «10:00 11:00*. 11.
•12:30 tl:00 *2:00 3 :C0 »t:00 6.39
•6:00 p.m.
Prom OAKLAND— of Broadway.— *6:00 •7:00
8:00 *0:00 10:00 *11:00 A.M., V 112:30
•12:30 2:CO ■ *3:00 1:CO *3:03 P.M.
_ — ■
A for Morning. V for Afternoon. • ;
• Sundays SXMptod. : 1 Satnrdan oolf,
*i § Thursdays only. 1 Sundays only.
- ft Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights only- <
\>^SAUSALITO FERRY.
From April 21, 1695.
Leave S. F. WEEK DAYS. Arrive S. p.
7.00 a.m. Mill TiL, Ross Val., San Rf!
1 8 00a.m. " " " Sao Qta. 6.45 a.m.
9.10 a.m. " " " 7.40 a.m.
10.18 a.m. " " " SanQtn. 8.45 a.m.
11.45 a.m. " " " 9.40 a.m.
1.45 p.m. " " " S»n Qtn. 10.45 a.m.
3.20r.M. •* " " 11.35 A.H.
•' " • " SanQln. 1.15 p.m.
4.15 p.m. . *' " " 9 Odp.k.
6.16 p.«. " " " SanQtn. 4 40r.M.
5.50 p.m. •• " " 6.36 r.M.
6.35 p.m. " " " 6.25PJ1.
" " " SanQU. 7.45 p.m.
11.30r.M. Ross Val., S»i Rn., San Qtn
8.00 a.m. Cazadero and Way Stations 7.45 p.m.
♦1.45 p.m. " " " x 8.45 A.M.
•Saturdays only. x Mondays only.
SUNDAYS.
8.00 a.m. Mil! Val., Ross VaL. San Sin Qtn
Ross Valley. San Rafael, San Qtn 8.16 a.m.
S.COa.m. Mill Val., Ross Val., Sin Rfl., San Qtn
" ' " " 8.154JC.
10.00 a.m. " " " StnQtn
, Kan Taller, Sin Rafael. San Qta 10.50 a.m.
11.00 a.m. Sansalito cclr
Sznsalito Mill Taller 11.10 a m.
11.30 a.m. Mill Valley, Ross Tallej, San Rfl
Mill Val., Ross Vil., San Rfl., San Qtu. 12 lOr M
12.30r.:i. " "
" " SanQtn...; 1.0."p.m.
Mill Til., Ross Til., San Rfl.., 2.0".p.m.
• •••••■• " " " 3.30 p.m.
1.30 p.m. " »• "San Qtn.. 4,65 p.m.
SU6P.M. " •• '• •' . . 6.30P
■- ■«• .- " " " " .. 7.20 F.M.
5.30PJ1. " " - ....
' C.45P.M. " " « " .-..-*"-"
-; .'.". Ross Valley and Saa Rafasl B.i6p.M^
8.00 a.m. Point Rejes, Ciiadcro and ¥aj Itns. 8.16P m. ;'
9.COA.M. Point Reyes and ¥aj Station* 7.20 p.m.
ATLMTIC m PACIFIC RAILROAD.
SANTA FE ROUTE.
TRAINS LEAVE AND ARKIVE AT SAN
X Francisco (Market-st. Ferry):
Da?™} JUNE I*. 1895: {$?*£»
5:30 '.Fast Express via M0jave.......i;..i0:45 a ■
9:00 a.. Atlantic Kxpreas via Los Angeles.. 5:45 p
Ticket Office— 6oo Market St., Chronicle build-
leg, S. F. " ' C. H. SPEERS, .•'».-.
; Ass't GejKr»i Fjtasejfss Agent,

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