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The COMMERCIAL
WORLD
SHI MAR* OF THE MARKETS.
Silver quiet.
All grains dull.
Choice Hay steady.
Beans inactive.
Potatoes and Onions plentiful.
Butter and Fggs quiet and easy.
Cheese unchanged.
Vegetables in good supply.
Eastern Poultry depressed the market.
Apricots and Peaches easier.
Berries weaker. Grapes dulL
Lemons easier.
Hides rule firm.
Provisions stereotyped.
Cumberland Coal lower.
WEATHER BUREAU REPORT.
United States Djepabtmxxt of Aoßicxiii
tcrS- Weather Bureau, San Francisco.
July 16, 1895, 5 p. v. — Synopsis and general
forecast.
The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as
compared with those of the same date last year:
Eureka .11, last year .02; Red Bluff .16, last
year .02: Sacramento .04. last year trace; San
Francisco .01. last year trace: Fresno .00, last
year trace: Los Angeles .00., last year trace:
San Luis Obispo .00, last year no record; san
Diego .00. last year .00: Yuma .00, last year .00.
The following maximum temperatures have
been reportea from California stations to-day:
Eureka, 62 degrees: San Francisco. 60: Los
Angeles. 82: Red Bluff. 102: San Luis Obispo. 82;
San Diego. 72: Sacramento. 90: Independence, 96;
Yuma, 112; Fresno. 108. •
San Francisco data: Maximum temperature bi)
degrees: minimum. 54: mean, 57.
Slightly cooler weather prevailed to-day over the
Pacific Slope, though high temperature prevails in
the interior valleys of California, and over Nevada,
Utah and Arizona a continued slight fall in the
temperature in the interior is probable. The baro
metric condltionsTcontinues highest over Western
Washington and is lowest over Arizona. There
appears to be an increased rise in the barometer off
the Washington coast, which will probably cause
cool weather over Washington and Oregon for the
next forty-eight hours. Cloudy weather prevails j
over the western portion of Washington, over 1
northwestern Oregon and more or less clouds or !
fog prevails at Independence; cloudy weather with j
a thunderstorm prevails along the Sierras.
The conditions to-night are such that generally
fair and slightly cooler weather will prevail for the
next few days.
Forecast made at San Francisco for thirty hours
ending midnight July 17, 1895:
For Washington—Fair weather, nearly stationary
temperature, west to north winds.
For Oregon—Fair, nearly stationary temperature;
west to north winds.
For Northern California—Fair weather, nearly
stationary temperature along the coast and slightly
cooler in the interior; west to north winds.
For Southern California—Fair weather, except
probable local thunder-showers about Independ
ene: slightly cooler, except nearly stationary tem
perature along the coast: west to north winds.
For Idaho—Fair, cooler weather.
For Utah— cooler weather.
For Nevada—Fair: cooler weather.
For Arizona—Fair: slightly cooler weather.
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair weather;
slight temperature changes; usual westerly winds.
B. S. Pague. Local Forecast Official.
>'EW YORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK, N. V.. July 16.—The interests
working to bring about lower prices for the Indus
trials were quite successful to-day. Their objective
point was Chicago Gas, and they started in early to
aell the stock and kept at until the close. At the I
end of the day they had the price down to ?495/ 8 j
against §55s/ 8 at the close yesterday. Final trans- i
actions, however, were at 951. At one time the j
street was flooded with inquiries from all parts of
the country as to the likelihood of the company
passing into the hands of a receiver. This was de- |
nied from Chicago, but it was said in some quarters j
that since the company had been unable to get !
auv relief from the Illinois Legislature, and can }
hardly expect any from Attorney-General Bfaloney, •
the only thing left to do is to apply for a friendly
receivership, and then organize under the laws of
Illinois.
Leather was heavy on the early trading, and
broke from 83S/ 8 to 81%. The decline led to
covering, and a rally to 831,4 ensued. American
cotton oil dropped on the quarter to 23% and to
bacco Ito 107. Sugar first rose 1% to 108 and
then receded to 1063» 'to .107%. Lead advanced
%to 351/4 and then declined to 3414 to 345/. Dis
tilling sold down %to 19 2 and recovered to 20y 8 i
to 19%. The sale of the property is set down for j
august 4. at Chicago. Rubber was firm on the ]
statement filed at the request of the Stock Ex
change. This statement shows total income of the |
fiscal year ending April 1,1895, of $2,680,243 and i
nrplus of $876,217.
The railway list stubbornly refused to yield with j
the industrials for a time and in the morning ses- !
■ion was positively firm. The West was a buyer of |
fit. Paul, Burlington and Qulncy on the excellent !
prospects for an enormous yield of spring wheat :
and corn. The rise in this group of stocks during
the morning was equal to y±@y2 per cent, Jersey
Central, the Granger, Reading, Missouri Pacific I
and Lake Shore being most conspicuous.
In the last hour, however, the improvement was
lost and speculation left off barely steady. Tennes
see coal was again pressed for sale and dropped
31 gto 32% and Colorado to 37%. N. A. Changes
show declines of y &lVi per cent for the active is- ,
sues and losses of i/4(«45/8 per cent for industrials. ;
Illinois Central gained Vs and Lake Shore and !
New England 1 per cent each.
In the Inactive list Erie Telegraph and Telephone
sold up 2to 60. After the close of business it was
announced that *100,000 gold had been withdrawn
from the sub-treasury by the Merchants' Bank of :
Canada for shipment to Montreal. This was not ;
generally known. The total sales were 260,720
shares, of which I*B,ooo shares were the in- ;
dustrials. Including Tennessee Coal and Colorado •
Fuel. Of this total Chicago Gas figures for 74,200 j
shares. Sugar 47,000 and Leather for 15,800 i
shares. The transactions in Burlington and Quiney
and st. Paul were each 9800 shares, and those j
were the most active of the railroad issues. This I
gives an idea of how the industrials monopolized |
business.
Bonds were weak. Sales were $1,257,000. Chi-j
cago Gas firsts fell 2 to 90, Consumers' Gas of Chi- j
cago firsts 2 to 80Vi, Kansas and Texas seconds I
114 to 6014, St. Louis Southwestern seconds 1% !
to 38 and Peoria, Decatur and Evansville firsts 2 I
to 101. In Government bonds at the board $11,
--500 coupon fours of 1907 sold at 112%.
Grain and Merchandise.
NEW YORK, N. V., July 16.—Flour—Dull;
weak: offered at concessions. Winter wheat,"
low grades, $2 70@3 30: do fair to fancy,
$3 50@4: do patents, $4 20@4 25; Minnesota clear, '
$3 10@3 40: do straits, $3 30@3 90; do patents, |
$3 90@4 50; low extras, $2 70@3 30: do City
mills, $4 15: do patents, $4 60; Southern*flour, j
dull, weak: common to fair extra, $2 40@3 15; ;
good to choice do, $3 20@4.
Cornmeal—Dull, steady; yellow Western, $2 80 I
@2 90.
Barley—Nominal.
Wheat—Dull, easier with options: No. 2 red, store |
and. elevator, 7iysc; afloat. 521/ic; f. o. b., 71%
878e; ungraded Tea, 65@73c; No. 1 Northern, ;
74 '• 2<a,74%c.
Options were weak and declined %(35/8C on for
eign selling, weak West and local realizing, rallied
%@lc, crop demanding Northwest, firmer cables,
Dullish Bradstreet's report and local covert rig,
closing firm at i^@i4c below yesterday, with trad-
Ing fairly active. September and December most
active. No. 2 Red—July. 7iyc: August, 7iy 8
September, 71% c; October, 75Ji,4c: Decemoer,
733 ,-,<■:: May. 76?/ B e.
Corn—Firmer, dull; No. 2, 49%@49%c eleva
tor; 50%@50%c afloat. Options firm and un
changed from yesterday: September only traded
in. , July. 50c; September, 60% c.
Oats—Dull. firm. - Options dull, steady; July,
28i/ic: September. 28V4C. Spot prices: No. 2,
28(5,281/20; No. 2, white, 32i/ B(a33c: No. 2,
Chicago. 29Vic; No. 3, 27y 2 c: No. 3, white, 31i/ic;
mixed Western, 29<£30c.
Hops—Quiet, unchanged.
Pigiron—Firm; fairly active. American, $1150
@14.
Copper—Strong. Lake. $11.
Lead—Firm. Domestic, $3 32%@3 35.
Tin—Firm. Straits, $14 20: plates, moderate de
mand; firm.
Spelter—Firm. Domestic, $3 70(ai3 72%. j
Wool—Fairly active, firm. Domestic fleece, 16@
20c: pulled, 15@34c. ' ■
Lard— weak. Western, $6 55; city. $6 15;
September, $6 60: refined, active; continent, $7:
South American, $7 85; compound, $4@4 25.
Pork—Light • demand, steady. Mess, $12 25@
13. ■ ■ .-
Butter— fair demand; steady: H<ai6%c:
do creamery. 16c; Western dairy, 9i/2<gil3c; do
creamery, 12rail7c; do factory, 8 y 2@12i4c;
Elgins, 17c; imitation creamery, ll@l4c.
Cheese—Moderate demand; large firm; State
large, 6®734c: do fancy, 7i/2(<i7%: do small,
6y 2@Bi4: part skims, 2%@3c: full sKims, iy 2c.
Eggs— demand, steady; fresh, 12y 2@13%c:
do per case, $1 50@3 75.
Tallow— Light supply, steady; City, 41/^c;
country, 4i/i@4%.
Cottonseed oil—Dull, easy; crude, 23c bid:
yellow prime, 2.*«%@26c; do good of grade. 24©
34c.
Rice—Firm, unchanged. '
Molasses—Firm, unchanged.
Coffee—Dull, unchanged to 5 points down,
September, $14 55: Spot Rio, dull, steady; No. 7,
15VjC.
Sugar— Raw, dull, firm: fair refining, 2%;
Centrifugals. 96 test, 314 c; refined, firm un
changed.
California fruit quotations: Raisins — Three
crown, 3%c. Prunes—Four sizes, 514 c. Oranges
—Medium Sweets, *1 10rgi2; seedlings, $125®
160: ; St. Michael's, $2 30. / Peaches— Hale's
Early, 50c@$l 30; Strawberry, free, 50c: Im
perial. 6(X<isl 15; St. John, 75c@$l. ' Figs, 25c
tisl 05. Prunes—Tragedy! $1 40@l 80; German,
$1 55. Pearfc-Bartlett, $1 85@2 06. Plums —
Burbank, 8185; Abundance, $1 15(ffil 30: Peach
$1 30@l 60; Purple Duanes, $1 20<5>l 55... Apri
cots—Royal, 95c®$l 15: Montgamet, $1 50@l 75-
Vacaville, $1 15. : ' -■ •
CHICAGO MARKETS. ' *
. CHICAGO. EsXm July 16.—The spring wheat
crop continues to be the bone of contention In the
market for that grain, rAt yesterday's close some
thing of a sensational flurry took place in prices,
due to the exhibition of a poor sample of the grow
ing plant, which was received from North Dakota,
'i his morning the trade had forgo: all about that
Incident, and less strength was seen in the market.
Despite the reports of injury In' the northwest, the
opinion generally prevails that a large yield of fine
spring wheat will be harvested. ' Liverpool cables
this morning were steady.* Receipts at Chicago
were 132 cars, of which 1 19 were new wheat.
Northwest had 165 cars. Withdrawals from store
were 18,628 bushels, and 169,207 bushels cleared
at the seaboard.
The session, as a whole, was an extremely ner
vous and irregular one, values fluctuating rapidly
and entirely at variance with the information re
ceived. Bradstreet's reported a decrease in the
world's available supply of 3,171,000 bushels.
Continetal markets closed regular. September
wheat opened at from 68c to 6734 c, sold between
685.-8? and 66 %@67c. closing at 68(g>68i/BC. 68i/ 8
6814 C higher than yesterday. Estimated receipts
for to-morrow. 46 cars. ■
Corn has evidently lost much of its advancing
inclination. There was not so much anxiety among
shorts as was noted , last week, and the bulls were
not particularly desirous of incumbering them
selves with more of a burden than they are now
carrying. Receipts to-day were 258 cars, 8 more
than estimated.
Withdrawals from store amounted to 154,657
bushels and •_'] 6.578 bushels cleared at the sea
board. The distant deliveries showed greater
strength than September, for the reason that they
failed to advance as rapidly as that month. Now
they are falling Into line by advancing, while Sep
tember is not so strong. Bradstreet's reported a
decrease in stocks of 54,000 bushels, September
corn opened from 45% cto 45. r i declined to
45y 8 c and closed at 45% c, unchanged from yester
day. Estimated receipts for to-morrow, 110 cars.
Oats— Ruled quiet, dull and unchanged. Lower
prices were the order of the day because of the
weakness shown by corn. The range was a narrow
one. .Receipts were 187 cars and 31,201 bushels
were taken from store. September closed y 8 c
lower. Estimated receipts for to-morrow, 98 cars.
Flax was steady. Cash No. 1, $1 33 bid; August,
$1 21 bid: September, $1 20: October, $1 19%.
No flax received.
Provisions— Pork dropped 25c at a clip at the
opening to-day. There were no buying orders in
the market and a general disposition to sell per
vaded the pit. It looked as though there was free
professional selling. Lard and ribs suffered through
sympathy, but not to as great an extent as pork.
September pork closed 17% c lower, September
lard 5c lower and September ribs 2V 2 c lower.
Wheat— July, 668,40; September, 68c; Decem
ber, 70% c. .
Corn— 45Vsc: September, 45% c; Decem
ber. 37c: May, 373/ c.
Oats— July, 23% c; September, 23y±c; May,
263,4 c.
Pork— July, $10 75; September, $10 85; Janu
ary, $10 70.
Lard— $6 22 a ; September, $6 32y 2 ; Janu
ary, $6 25.
Ribs-July, $6 05: September, $6 15; October,
$6 12%. F „
The butter market was firm to-day, with every
thing sold, but fancy creameries were most sought
after. Prices unchanged.
Cheese— There was but little news in this market.
The same steady slow feeling existed. Local sales
were quite free, but there was no demand from the
outside. Prices were unchanged.
Live Poultry — were moderate. There
was a fair demand and prices were steady. Chick
ens, springs, were quoted at 10@12c per pound, but
otherwise there was no change.
Eggs — Firmer, with higher prices noted.
Offerings were moderate and the demand
good, Fresh stock sold at 11 1 II 1 »c per dozen.
; New Potatoes— Considerable stock" was carried
over and there were fair arrivals to-day. The de
mand was light and the feeling easy. Triumphs
: per barrel $1 75@'2 25. per bushel 65@70c; Rose
per barrel $2@2 15, per bushel 60<&65c: Early
Ohios per barrel $1 70@2, per bushel 60@63c.
Livestock.
UNION STOCKYARDS, Ili_, July 16.—Re
ceipts of cattle were large and prices were about
10c lower, except for the very best kinds. There
were only light offerings of hogs, but the demand
was poor and prices declined 5c per 100 pounds.
The average quality of the hogs was fair. Sheep
were in good demand and strong, but lambs were
slow.
Cattle —Receipts, 8000. Common to extra
steers, S3 30@6; stockers and feeders. $2 20<®4 15;
cows and bulls, $1 50@3 75: calves, $2 25(5,5 60:
Texans, $2 25@4 75.
Hogs— Receipts. 12,000. Heavy packing and ship
ping lots, $2 25(£4 45: choice assorted, $5 15@
5 30: light. $4 85@}5 30: pigs, $4 50@4 90.
Sheep — Receipts. 11,000. Inferior to choice,
$ 2@3 40; lambs, $3@6. .
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALES.
CHICAGO, 111, July 16.— The Earl Fruit Com
pany sold California fruit at open auction to-day,
realizing the following prices: Prunes— Tragedy,
$1 25@1 65: German, $1 3<>@l 40. Plums—Pur
ple Duane, $1 20<g>l 50: Bur Lank, $1 55; Mystery.
$1 20; Bradshaw. SI 30. Bartlett pears. $2 30@
2 45; Fontainbleau grapes, SI 40. Peaches— Early
Crawford, 90c; St. John, 65©85 c; Hale's Early,
55@60c; Foster, 85c: Pansy Pabor, ?s@Boc;
Gaister. $1 15@1 25.
Porter Bros. Co. sold , at open auction to-day:
Bartlett pears, $2 30@2 40: half boxes, $I@l 25;
.Mikado and peach plums. $1,55: Burhanks,
SI 50@l 65; Tragedys. (a.l 15(5.51 55: Bradshaws,
$1 45; egg plums, $1 45: Purple Duane plums.
$1 15(ii$l 35: Washingtons, $1 25: Columbia and
Norman plums, $1 10; other plums, Soc@sl 15:
single crates, grapes, 60c@$l 20; peaches, 40c®
$1 10: nectarines. 45@90c.
The National Fruit Association sold California
fruit at open auction to-day as follows: Crawfords,
65(<z,95e: Hales, 45@90c; Strawberry, 40@70c: St.
Johns, 50@.90c; Fosters, 65c: McKlvltts, 55(gt75c:
Nectarines, 75c@5145; Washingtons, 95q&$"l 15;
Silver Prunes, $1 25; Egg prunes, $1 25; Bur
banks, $1 25; Peach plums. $1 45<q'l 50; German
prunes, $1 35: Purple Duane plums. $1 30@l 35;
other plums, 80c@$l 10: Grapes, 70c(a.5115; ap
ricots, $1 40: Bartletts, $2@2 35,| I
MINNEAPOLIS, Minx., July 16.-Porter Bros.
Company sold at open auction to-day Tragedy
prunes at $1 7O(&2 05; peach plums, $1 95; Hale's
Early peaches, 75@85c. • '
BOSTON, Mass., July Porter Bros. Company
sold at open auction to-day a ventilated car of Sac
ramento River Bartletts at $2 80@3: Tragedy
prunes, $1 62y 2 @2 12%; Hale's Early peaches,
80crg.$l 25; figs, 62c@$f 12%.
NEW YORK. N. V., July 16.— The Earl Fruit
1 Company sold California fruit at open auction at
j the West Shore dock, realizing the following prices:
! Ogon prunes, S3; Gross. $1 85: Tragedy, $1 65®
i 1 95: Royal Anne cherries, $2 35: Bartlett pears,
i $1 75@2 75; Buerre Gift'ord, $1 25; Washington
I plums, $2,20@2 35: Peach plums, $I@l 60: some
in bad condition, 87c: Purple Duane, $1 10@l 55;
Abundance, $1 95@2 .30; Royal Hatives, $1;
Hale's Early peaches, 75c.
Porter Bros. Company sold at open auction . to
day: Bartlett pears, $2®3 20 ; Japan plums. $1 10
&3: Burbanks. $1 3:Vg>~2 30: Tragedy*, $I.lo@
2 05; Abundance, 85; Washingtons, -$1 50;
I Germans, $1 25@1 50; Purple Duane plums, $1 25
(a 1 50: peach plums, $1 15@1 60: Barry prunes.
I $1 45; Magnum Bonum plums, $1 25; Royal Ha
tives, 05; Early Crawford and Foster peaches,
$1 25; St. Johns, 70e@$l 25; Hale's Early, 65c@
' $105; single crates grapes, 45c; half-boxes sum
mer pears. 50c.
The National . Fruit Association sold California
fruit at open auction to-day as follows: Hales,
55c@$l 18: Tragedys, $1 40@l 60; peach plums,
$115@135; St. Johns, 90c; Royal apricots, $1 15
(SI 25; other apricots, $1 25: Royal Hatives,
85rra$l 05; Burbanks, $1 70@l 85; figs (In ten
pound boxes), 26c@$l 05. >.• <♦ ■; . .. .
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Bonds, Exchange, Money and Railroad
.. , . -.. .shares. ■ . . v
Money on call has been easy at I@iy2%; last
loan at 1%; closing offered 'at 1%. Prime mer
cantile paper. 3i/ @4%. Bar silver, 66 %c. Mexican
dollars, 53 3 /ic. sterling exchange is steady, with
actual business in bankers' bills at $4 89@4 891,4
lor sixty days and $4 90y4 for demand. Posted
rates, $4 89y 2 @4 90%. Commercial bills, $4 88@
4 88y2- Government bonds firm; State bonds
steady; railroad bonds Irregular, j
CLOSING STOCKS.
Am Tel Cable.... 94y 2 Norfolk <fc West.... 314
Atchlson 9s/ Preferred. 138 .
Adams Express... 147 Northern Pacific. 4V 2
Alton,Terre Haute. 041/2 Preferred. ........ 1734
American Express.! 13 Northwestern. .'. .. : 983/ 8
American Tobacco.lo7% : Preferred.. ...:.:. 144 .
Preferred 112 N. Y. Centra 1..... .100%
Bay State Gas ...... 19 N. Y. Chicago&S.L 16
Baltimore <fc Ohio.. 62y , Ist preferred...'.. 68
Brunswick Lands.. 2Vi 2d preferred...... : 30
Buffalo, Roch &P. 21 .V. Y. &N. H . . . 212
Canada Pacific. ... 5By 2 N.Y. & New Eng. 47%'
Canada Southern.. 6.'-ts,»|, N. Y. Susq <fc W.... ; 10
Canton Land. ...:.. 60% Preferred.;. ...... 28*4
Central Pacific... a Ontario .......... 8
Ches. & 0hi0....... 21 Ontario* Western. 175/
Chicago Alton 157 Oregon Improvmt. 11%
Preferred 170 Preferred..;...... 35
Chicago, B. Q. . . . 855/ Oregon Navigation. 25
Chicago &E. 111... ' 55 Oregon Short Line. i 6
Preferred.. 99 Pacific Ma 11........ 2S
Chicago Gas .... f>o% Peona, D.& Evans. 63i/«
Cleve & Pittsburg.l6o ll'ittsburgA W pfd. 30 '
Consolidation Coal. 32i/g!Pu!lman Palace. ..171 -
Consolidated Gas. .l4iy 2 Quicksilver ...... 2%
C. C. C. & St. Louis. 45 1 Preferred.. . ...... : 19
' Preferred.... 92 Reading......... ■.. 17%
Colo. Fuel Iron.. 37% RioGrnnde 17
Preferred... 90 ! Preferred......... 43
Cotton OH Cert. ... 23% Rock Island .. :... 7iy 4
Commercial Cable. 150 iltomeWat A
Del. Hudson ...... 1301,4 St. L.& S. W..... 7y
Del.Lack<feWesternl62y 2 Preferred.. ... 16 :
Denver R. G.. . . . . 15 St. Paul ........ .... 68%
Preferred......... 47 Preferred ...... .122
Di5ti11er5........... 19«/«St. Paul & Duluth. 30
General Electric... 353/ Preferred...;.....- 91%
Erie...... .......... 10 St. Paul A Omaha.. '39%
Preferred........ 22% Preferred 117
Fort Wayne. ....;.160v,5t. P. M. & M......114
Northern 125 Silver Certificat 67
Green Bay :.. • 8 /i Southern Pacific... 24 '■■-•
Harlem..... 260 Southern R. R..;.: 1414
Hocking C0a1..... 6 ! Preferred 41%
Hocking Valley... 24% Sugar Refinery.... 107 V*
Homestakc. :..... 23 r Preferred. :.."..:..l 00
H. & Texas Cent... 2i4!Tenn. Coal & Iron. , 32V«
Illinois Central.... 98Va! Preferred... ....;. 88
lowa Centra L.'.:.:. Texas Pacific....;, lay*'
Preferred S2y 2 jT01.A.A.& N.Siich. ..16/.
Kansas* Texas.... 17% Tol. <fe Ohio Cen.... 46
," Preferred.......:. 36% Preferred.. : 78 '■
Kingston & Pern... 3 Tol.St.Louts& K.C. 6
Lake Erie <fc Westn 25% ' Preferred. .... .... 141/2
Preferred 831/2 Union Pacific.:...: 125/ 8
Luke 5h0re... .....149y 8 U. P., Den. & Gulf. 5
National Lead...... 34% U.S. Cordage 1
Preferred......... 90% Preferred 2
1»ng 151and....... 85% Guaranteed 414
Louisville <fe Nash: 59 U. S. Express...... 41 -.-
Louisville Na& Ch. : 8% U. S. Leather...... a 63/ 8
Preferred :...... c 25 Preferred.......:. ,83
Manhattan Consol.llH/4 V. S. Rubber.:..... 3934
Memphis & Charls. 15 Preferred 93
Mexican Central... 11 ■ Utica AB. River .'.l6o'
Michigan Central.. 100 Wab. S. L. & PftC,." BV4
North American... 53/aj Preferred......... 19y A
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1895.
Minn & S. L......:. . Wells-Fargo.. .":.'.. 167 >
Preferred.'"........— Western Union '90%
Minn..& St. Lcom. 20 W is Central.: ...:..' 6. ;
Ist preferred 81 . Wheeling AL. E.. 16«/»
2d preferred 46% | Preferred.. ....... 52V 4
Missouri Pacific... 32i/ Am Cotton Oil pfd. 72%
Mobile* Ohio 23% WU 8eef.......... 10
Nashville Chatt — 68 L I Traction........
National Linseed.. 26 Preferred.; l* 3 /4
N. J. Central .....lOOVg i .
CT.OSIX& BONDS. V
US 4s, reg.:. ...... /B |MKT2ds 61 14
Do, 4s c0up0n. "..11 2% D0,45.....:....r.."87
US 4s new reg 123 Mutual Union 65... 115
. Do, 4s c0up0n. ..124 N J Cent Gen 55. ..115
Do. 25.......'. 97 Northern Pac 15t5.115%
Do, 55...... 1153/ 8 , Do, 2d5.;.... 102
Do, 6s coupon... ! Do, 3d5. .......... 72.
Cherokee 4s. .100% Northwest Consols.l 42
Do, 1897..... ...... 100%: ; Do, deb 55..... 110
Do. 1898.... ..... .1003/4 O N 15t5;...:.109%
Do. 1 899 100% SiL&lronMtGen 5s 82%
Pacific 6s 0f '95.... 100 St L'& S F Gen 6s. 110
D. C. 3-6 55;.. .....110 St Paul Consols .;. 126%
Ala Class A 4....... 107 , St. P. C. &Pa lsts.ll7
Do, Class 84, 55. 107 Do. Pac Cal ists..ll2 {
LaConsol43.: .98 Southern R. R. ss. 981/4
Missouri funding.. Texas Pacific firsts 931/4
N Carolina con .127 Texas Pac seconds. 30
D 0, .45 ...... ......101 UnlonPaclstof'96.lo6%
So Carolina 4%5... 107 West Shore 4s. 105
Tennnew3s....... 91 Mobile & Ohio 45.. 68
Va funding debt... 61% R GranaeWest lsts 77
Do, reg........... Che5&065........112
Do, deferred 65... 814 Atchlson 45....:... 76i/i
Do, trust rcpts st 6 I Do. 2ds A 29
Canada South 2d5..107%Q HAS A 6s. 103
Cen Pac lsts 0f '96.102 1 Do. 2d 7s ...... 104 i/
Den&RG Ist.. 115 !H it Tex Cent 65.. 109-
Do. 45........;... 863/ ; Do, con 65........ 109 '
Erie 68 Reading 45..:...... 78
Kansas Pa Consols 71% . Missouri 6s ...... 100
Ks Pa lsts Den divlO9 I
FOREIGN .MARKETS.
WHEAT IN riVKBPOOL.
LIVERPOOL, Ens., July 16.— The spot market
Is quiet at 5s iy 2 d@ss 2y a a. Cargoes are steady
at 25s
FUTUBEB.
The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations for No. 2 Red Winter: July,
6s 2i/ 2 d; August, 5s 2y 2 d; September, 5s 3d;
October, 6s 3%d ; November. 5s 4%d.
SECURITIES. . ■•;.
LONDON, Ens., July 16.— Consols, 1076/ 8 ; silver,
30y 2 d; French Rentes. 102f 12y c
EXCHANGE AND BULLION. .', .
Sterling Exchange, 60 days — $4 89^4
Sterling Exchange, sight — 490%
New York Exchange, sight ; — 021/3
New York Exchange, telegraphic... — 05
Fine Sliver, spot, %*. ounce — 66%
Fine Silver, 30 days — 66%
Mexican D011ar5..... 541/4 54%
■ — ♦ r-
PRODUCE MAEKET.
WHEAT AND OTHER GRAINS.
WHEAT— The Halewood takes for Cork 72,849
ctls, valued at $65,600.
The market is quiet and featureless. No. 1, 88%
t9oc $ ctl : choice, 91i4<3>92y c: lower grades, 80
85c: extra choice for milling, 95c@$lfS ctl. j
CALL BOARD SALES. '„% V.
Informal Session— lo o'clock — December —
100 tons, $1 003/,; 1100, $1 OOVi- Seller '95. new
—200, 951/2 C.
Rkgulaji Mornin'o session— loo tons,
$1 06%. December— 3oo, $1 00%: 500, $1 00%.
seller '95. new. storace paid— loo, 95% c.
afternoon Session — December — 700 1 tons,
$1 00"/ 8 : 300, $1 005' : 1000, $1 00%. Seller '95,
new, storage paid— 2oo, 95% c; 500, 95% c: do, to
December 9-200, 95Vijc; '300, 95c. , May— 3oo,
$1 071 4 ; 100, $1 07. .
BARLEY— Feed is rather steadier, with a fair
demand for choice at the top quotation. No. 1 Feed,
60c; choice, 61i.4c; Brewing, 65@72y.jC & ctl ;
Chevalier, $1 05@l 10 for No. 1 and 85@90c
ctl for No. 2.
CALL BOARD SALES.
Informal Session— lo o'clock— No sales.
Regular Morning Session — December— loo
tons. 63c. , •--.? ;..-
Afternoon Session— No sales.
OATS— are quotable at Sl@l 05 ctl;
fancy Feed, $I@l 05: good to choice. 87y a @95c:
common to fair. So(a.Bsc: Gray, 80@82y 2 c; Red,
75@80c: Surprise, 97"V2C@*1 07 1/2 V ctl.
CORN— Nothing doing. Large Yellow, $1 12y ®
1 15 f) ctl: Small Round Yellow, $1 15@1 20;
White, $1 05@l 10 •$ ctl.
BYE— 9Oc for old and 80c » ctl for new.
BUCKWHEAT-85@90c V ctl.
FLOUR AND MILLSTUFFS.
FLOUR— Net cash prices are: Family extras,
$3 50@3 60 f>, bbl: Bakers' extras, $3 40@3 50;
superfine, $2 25@2 60 ¥ bbl.
MILLSTUFFS— Rye Flour, 3i/fecl?. ft; Rye Meal,
3c; Graham Flour. 3c; Oatmeal, 4^ic; Oat Groats,
6c: Cracked Wheat, 3y c: Buckwheat Flour, 4i«c;
Pearl Barley, 4Vi@4%c <£ ft; Rice Meal, $12<§il5
%* ton. \
CORNMEAL, ETC.— Table Meal, 3@33,4c: Feed
Corn, $24@25; Cracked Corn, $24 50&25 50 %i
ton; Hominy, 4ya@4%c $ lb.
HAY AND FEEDSTUFFS.
BRAN-Sl2 SO@IS 60 $ ton.
MIDDLINGS— Range from $15 for low grades
up to ?1 8 1* ton for the best.
FEEDSTCFFS— Ground and rolled Barley,
$13 50@14; Oilcake Meal at the mill. $25 r f> ton:
Cottonseed Oilcake. $24 $ ton.
HAY— No particular change to reporti though
choice is firm. Wheat quotable at $7 60@10 60;
Oat, $6@B; Wheat and Oat, $7®9 : Barley, $5@7 ;
Alfalfa, $5 50@7 50; Clover, *?@S; Compressed,
$7 50@9 50: Stock, $6@6 «i ton.
STRAW— SO@7Sc "& bale. y
BEANS AND SEEDS.
BEANS— Bayos, $1 25@1 60: Small Whites,
$2 65@2 90 la ctl; Pea, $2 60@2 85 "& ctl; Large
Whites, $2 60@2 80; Pink, $1 25@1 45; Reds,
SI 25: Blackeye, $3: Red Kidney, nominal at
$2 50@3; Limas, $5@5 20 ft ctl; Butters. $2®
2 25 for small and $2(S>2 50 for large.
SEEDS— Mustards nominal. Flax, $2 25@2 50 &
ctl : Canary, 3V*@3%c 1* lb: Alfalfa, 7@73/ic; Rape,
1 3 1 '4C; Hemp, 4c $ tb. j
DRIED PEAS— Split Peas, 4043,4 c; Green Peas,
nominal; lies, nominal Black~eye, nominal.,
I'OTATOES, ONIONS, VEGETABLES.
POTATOES— Continue in ample supply. Garnet
Chiles quotable at 600165 c Tfr ctl; Salinas Burbanks,
75@95c; River Burbanks, In boxes, 60@90c: In
sacks, '450600: Early Rose, in boxes. 60@65c; in
sacks. 40.(5,50 c•£ ctl.
ONlONS— silversklns. 60<as85c * ctl.
VEGETABLES— VacaviIIe Tomatoes are lower.
Green Corn in sacks from Vacaville brought 60c@
$1. Green Peppers, 25@50c i* box for Chile and $1
& box for Bell: Green Corn, 75c@$l f, box for
Berkeley and $1 50(a2 %i box for Alameda;
Tomatoes ; from Vacaville, 40@65c f» box: from
the River. $1 50@2 f> box: Summer Squash, 25
@40c 1* box for Bay: Green Peas, 2@2y c 1b;
String Beans, 3@4VaC f* lb: Bay Cucumbers, 25@
50c ~$ box: Green Okra, 75c@$l . 25; Egg Plant,
$I@l 25; Cabbage, 75c Ift ctl; Feed Carrots, 30
@40c; Garlic, 2@3c * ft.
BUTTEK, CHEESE AND EGGS.
BUTTER— Creamery keeps up, bat sec
onds drag and are weak. Fancy dairy rules scarce
and firm. ;
Creamery— Fancy, 16c; seconds, 14@15c fi>
Dairy— Fancy, 14@15c $ ft: good to choice, 13@
13y .medium grades, Il<ai2y 2 c; store Butter,
nominal. ■■':■;■;' ....•■.* '■ : .
CHEESE— No change. Fancy mild new, 6(a6y 2 c:
common to good, 4@sc; Young America, 6@wc -
Eastern, liy2@l2%c: Western, 6(a.Bc "$ ft. ,
: BOGS— Arrivals are larger again" and the market
for everything except strictly fancy ranch is easier
and quieter. Oregon. 13@lic: Eastern. 13@14c %*
dozen; Duck Eggs. 15@17c; store Eggs, 12@14c:
ranch Eggs, 15(§>18c. -
POULTRY AND GAME.
POULTRY— A car of Eastern sold at 13c for
Turkeys, $1 for Geese, $5 for Roosters and $5 50@
6 for Hens. California stock was dull and lower,
as follows: Live Turkeys,' 13@15c for Gobblers; 13
flsc for Hens; Geese, pair, 75c@?l ; Goslings,
I@l 26 "§ aoz: Ducks, $3@4 for old and 82 50<gi5
! tor young; Hens, $4 60@5 50 "$ dozen; Roosters,
young, $5667 50 : do, old. $4 50@5; Fryers, $4(&
450 dozen; Broilers, $3@4 for large and $1 60
@2 50 for small; Pigeons, $1 12Va@l 25 for young
and old.
GAME— Nominal. .. ' ';'.*
DECIDUOUS AND CITRUS FRUITS.
ORCHARD FRUlTS— Cherries are coming in
faom Oregon. Sawyer Seedling Peaches sold from
60c to $1 % basket, . being a fancy variety. Apri
cots were weaker. Peaches were easier. Nectarines
are quotable at '> 60@75c * box for Red and
25<&40c IS box for White; Cantaloupes, $2 50(5)
3 60 ~$ case; Watermelons. Ss@lß fi 100: Figs, 1 40
f6sc V bx for single and 50c@$l for double layers •
Plums, 26@50c; Early Peaches, . 25@50c ft i box
and 35@60c basket; Crawfords. 40©60 c 9, box
and 40@60c Tp, basket; Apples, 3 6@7 5c f> box-
Crabapples, 85@60c: Pears, 40@50c v bx and 40®
60c m bskt: Bartletts. 76c@$l 25 fy box; Apricots,
Ss@t>oc box for Royals and $25(535 ton to the
canners: Cherries, 76c@*l box. < - -
■ BERRIES— Were weaker again yesterday. Black
berries are quotable at $1 50®3 $ chest: : Raspber
ries, $2®3; Currants. $3@5: Strawberries, $2@4
for Longworths and $1 50@2 '60 %l chest for large
berries. ' -■', .. ■ •■ «:>«~c *■;-;• - --■// r--'->= ■
GRAPES— Sweetwaters and Fontainebleaux, 25
@75c IS box and crate. • V „ • :
CITRUS FRUITS-Navels, $I@2; Seedlings, 50
@75c: California Lemons, $2@3 for common ait!
$3 5()@4 60 for good to choice: Mexican Limes, $3
(mi "$ box: Bananas, $1 25<&2 '%> bunch; Pineap
ples, f2@3 * dozen. - ;„;, -■■• ■■•; ■..-'. v ,: v
DRIED FRUITS, RAISINS, NUTS, ETC.
DRIED FRUITS— We quote new Apricots at
8y 2 ©B%C ft. Old Fruit Is nominal as follows:
Prunes; four sizes. ■4c '?.^T lb: > larger i sizes, 6®
6c; smaller sizes, 2y 2 @3yac; ;" Apples. V 4@4y 3 c for
sliced I and . 6@5y 2 c f. ft for evaporated : Bleached
Peaches, 4 V 2 @6 ; Pears, ; 4@4y,c for .evaporated
halves. 3@4c for quarters and r Iy @2c for inferior
goods: ' Plums, ' B@3Voc for pitted and iy 2 c for
unpitted; Figs, black," 4c lor pressed and 3V2C for
impressed. ■' ; : --.. .r* r . r ,: -'...■■ -- i
RAISINS r AND DRIED GRAPES—Raisins—4
crow loose, 3y 3 c % : ; ft : 3-crown, 21AC; 2-crown,
2c; seedless Sultanas, 3c; seedless Muscatels/ 2c
,V ft : 8-crown London layers, ; $1 S6f«ril 45 % box ;
clusters, $2 25<g)v: 75; Dehesa clusters, $2 60; Im
perial clusters, 50: Dried Grapes— lVu^Yi. * ft.
-NUTS— Walnut*, 7@loc for paper-shell and soft
shell, and 6@70 : for hardshell; Almonds, 2@2y a c
for hardshell, s and v 6@6c -■$ - ft for »of tsheU, and
■ — - for paper-shell; Peanuts, 6(&Cc for Eastern and
4@4y a c for California; Hickory Nuts. 6@6c: Pe
cans. 6c for rough and 8c forpolished; Filberts, 8®
9c; Brazil Nuts, 7@7y c %* tb; Cocoanuts, $4 60
@6 50 $ 100. W ya •; v . :
t HONEY— New Comb, 10@12c $ lb: new water
white extracted. s@si4c: light amber extracted,
4y 2 @sc; dark amber, 4@4V*c sb. '"*->- /,■
BEESWAX— at 26@27c "# Ttt.
V PROVISIONS.
CURED MEATS— Prices have not been disturbed
for some time. Bacon, B@Bi/ a c Ib for heavy ana
8y 2 @9c tt> for light medium, ll@liyac $ lb for
light, 12@12y a c $ for extra light and 12%@13c
for sugar-c urea; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams, 12@
12% c; California Hams, 10%@llc; Mess Beef, $7
fi7 50 Hi bbl; extra mess do, $B@B 50: family do,
10; extra prime Pork, $9 50 ft bbl ; extra clear,
$17 50@18 bbl; mess,sls@ls 50 # bbl; Smoked
Beef, 9%@10c "# lb. '••-•■■ . .. ' : . ; ' - ;•"-,.
LARD— Eastern, tierces, 6%c %^ lb for com
pound and 8c fi lb for pure; pails, 9c: California
tierces,' 6c . for : compound and 7y2C for pure half
bbls, 7%c; 10- lb tins, 8c « lb; do's-tb, By a c * ft.
COTToLEN£-7%c in tierces and B%c "# lb in
10- tins.
HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL AND HOPS.
i,; HIDES AND ' SKINS— at the recent ad
vance. Heavy salted steers are i quotable at 10%
©lie $ lb; medium. 9%@10c $ lb: light, 9c: Cow
hides, 9c; salted Kip, 7c; salted Calf. 10c; salted
Veal. 8c $ lb: dry Hides, usual selection,; 19®
19i/;jC 13 lb; culls and brands, 1 14@14y a c ? lb: dry
Kip, 14@15c; Cry Calf; 20c: prime Goatskins, 20@
?r>c 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@45c each: long wool, 40@60c
each. Culls of all kinds about y 2 c less. ;
TALLOW— 1 rendered. 4%@4%c; country
Tallow, 4@4y4c; refined, 6c: Grease, 3@3y a c %i lb.
WOOL— New lambs' and fall clips quoted at 6@
Be. Quotations for the spring clip are: Humboldt
and Mendocino, 2 @l4c; Choice Northern, 10
@llc: San J oaqum, seven months', 6@Bc : do, 12
months', 6@6y 2 c; Nevada, 6@loc; Eastern Ore
gon, heavy. 7@Bc: do choice, 9@loc; Valley Ore
gon, I2@i3y 2 "$ ib. ■ ; '; -;
HOPS— Nominal at 2@6c ft ft.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
BAGS— Calcutta Grain Bags lower at 414 c; San
Quentin, *4 20; Wool Bags, 24@26c.
COAL— Cumberland is lower again. Wellington
is quotable at $8 ton; New Wellington, $8 "$> ton;
Southneld Wellington, ' $7 50: Seattle, $6 ton;
Bryant $6$ ton: Coos Bay. $5: Wallsend, $7 50:
Scotch, $7 50: Brymbo, $7 50; Cumberland, $8 50
in Dulk and $10 50 in sacks; Pennsylvania Anthra
cite Egg, $12: Welsh Anthracite Egg, $9; Cannel,
$8: Rock Springs, Castle Gate and Pleasant Val
ley, $7 60: Coke, $12 in bulk and $14 in sacks.
PIGIRON— quoted at 522@25 %i ton for the
best grades. .
SUGAR— Western Sugar Refining Company
quotes, terms net cash : Cube, Crushed, Pondered
and Fine Crushed, all 5%c; Dry Granulated, 6y c;
Confectioners' A, sc: Magnolia A, 45/8 C; Extra C,
4y c; Golden C, 414 c; D, 4c; half barrels, 1/4 C
more than barrels, and boxes i/2 c more.
SAN FRANCISCO MEAT MARKET.
Wholesale rates for dressed stock from slaughter
ers are as follows:
BEEF— First quality, 5@5%c; second quality,
4y>c: third do, 3@4c f> lb.
VEAL— 4@sc; small, s@7c $ lb.
MUTTON— Wethers, 4%@5c; Ewes, 4@4y 2 c
'$ tb. ■-.■-■■': .-•
LAMB— Spring, s@6c f> lb.
PORK— Live Hogs, 4c "$ tb for large, 4i,4@43/ 8 c
for small and 3%c for feeders; dressed do, 5y 2 (g>
»Vi»c. '
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
• FOB 24 HOURS.
Flour, qr.sks...... 9.642 Hay. tons. 488
Wheat, ctls. 315 Middlings, 5k5..... K75
Barley, ctls ....;.. 3,915: Bran, sks...'. 1,191
0at5.ct15.. ....:.... 1,1 50 W001, bis 182
Beans, 5k5........ 800 Wine, gals 13.440 !
Corn.ctls... 690 Hides, n0.......... 243
Potatoes, 5k5...... 2,333 Pelts, ndls 16
Onions, 5k5........ 784 Lime, bbls.... 120
THE CALL CALENDAR.
July, 1895
July 8,
Full Moon.
18
(T\ July 14.
Last. Quarter.
14
17
18
19
©
July 21,
New Moon.
3 July 28,
\J) First. Quarter.
ODt,A> >TI.VMIiKS,
Dates of Departure From San Franclneo.
BTEAMKK. | nESTIXATIOS |
SAII/I.
| pikr.
Aratr0.. ......
Weeott......
State of Cal
Mexico......
Washtenaw |
City Sydney
Umatilla....
Humboldt... I
Point j.oinii. !
Truckee.... '
Eureka ..... >
North Font. i
Del -Vorie .. j
Santa, Kosa.. i
Gae1ic.......
Oregon
P0m0na... ..
Karallon. ... j
St Pau1...... |
CityPuebla.. '
I Coos a&v...... i
Eel River
Portland
Kan Diearo
l l'anama .. ....
| Panama . .", .'. . j
V'ic & P(?ttfn<l !
I tin m bold t ßay i
Urays Harbor
' Portland ;.. !
; NewDort ...... '
: Humb<>!dtßav
I ' srays Harbor.
jsan D1ee0....:
China Japn
Portland.....:.
Uumboldtßay :
! Vaouina Bay..'
I Newport .....; |
I Vie & Pet Bnd
'.July 17, 10 am Vallejo
'Julyl7, 9am Vallejo
JulylS.lOAM. Spear
JulvlS.Ham Bdw'y %
JulylB, 4pm Lomb'rd
|JulylB.l2sf PM 8S
;julyl9. 9am' Bdw'y 1
i.iulylft. 9am i Waiht'n
.Tul.vl9.loam Miss 1
1 July2o. 4i'M Vallejo
jJuly'2o. Bam Bdw'y 2
Jn!y2l. 9am aiiss'n 1
July 22, spm i
Julv22.llam Bdw'y 2
J»ly23. Bpm PM 3 3
.!uIy2B,IOAM ! Spear
i July2;i. 2pm Bdw'f 1
I July 24, 10 am Mls» 1
!.rnly24, Bam Bdw'y 3
,luly'24. 9am B<iw'.r 1
STEA3IERS TO ARRIVE.
uek |
.rsanuorme ;
Costa Rica...... i
Truckee......... I
North Fork I
Mackinaw.
Hiirnnoldt !
Kurefea. ....»:. !
Del Norte.... 1 ... '
H0mer.......:..
Santa R05a......
Pr0gre50. .......
Pomona .....
Cityof Puebla..
0reg0n..;....-...
San Bias I
Wee0tt.......... |
Arae0. '...■......
Farullon
Crescent City...
at Pani.v. ..:.■.'.;
City of Peking.. :
Alice Blancnard !
Mexico . . '. . . . I
Coqullle River. 'July 17
i Departure Hay..... July 17
! Portland .".....;..... July 17
Humboldt 8ay.... July 17
Tacoma... July 17
Humboldt \8av. ........ July 17
Newport..... ...... July 18
Urays Harbor 'July j 19
Coos Bay... ......: July ' 19
Kan £>1eg0........ July 20
Panama..... July 20
flumboidt 8ay....:.:... July 20
Victoria & .Puget Sound July 20
P0rt1and......... July 20
1 Panama ;. July 21
Kel River July. 21
Coos 8ay................ July 22
Yaquinaßav ........... July 22
Crescent City July 22
Newport. ............ July 22
China* Japan...... July 24
Portland.. July 24
Sun Dieg0. .....r........ July 24
SUN AM) TII>E TABLE.
WA 1
MOO IT.
vf
-•arge.iSmall
1.5&J 0.21 i
2.48 a' 1.21 l
Rises.
7.:
7.'
MOa
HYDHOORAPHIO BULLETIN.
Branch Htdrooraphio Office. 17. 8. N., N
M KUCHA NTS' EXCHAN'fIK V
FRANCISCO. Jllly 16. 1895. )
The time ball on Telegraph Hill was dropped
exactly at noon to-day— 1. c.. at noon of the 120 th
meridian, or at exactly » p. m., Greenwich time.
A. K. KKCHTBI.RR,
Lieutenant U. S. N.. in charge.
SHIPIUSG INTELLIGENCE.
Arrived." •.
' ■ TUESDAY. July 16.
Stmr Mtneola, Pillsbury, 86 hours from Comox ;
3200 tons coal, to 8 P Co. Oakland direct.
Stmr Willamette . Valley, Yon Helms, 10 days
8 hours from Guaymas, via Ensenada 53 hours;
pass and mdse, to Gootlall, Perkins A Co.
Stmr Corona, Hull, 70 hours from Ran Diego
and way ports: pass and mdse, toGoodall, Perkins
<fc Co. ••-.-... :•-.■ ' .■■■..--■• >■"-. ■■• : ■ * '■: • :■: '■
, Stmr Umatlla. Hunter, 60 hours , from Victoria
and Puget Sound; pass and mdse, to Goodall, Per
kins & Co. ,■■ -; ,
Stmr Point Loma, Conway, 65 hours from Cos
mopolls; pass and mdse, to Grays Harbor Com
mercial Co. . -„-,
Stmr City of Papeete, Berude, 33% days from
Tahiti; pass and mdse, to J Plnet A Co.
R Ship Yosemlie, Fullerton, 1 10 days from Depart
ure Bay: 1890 tons coal, to John Hosenfeld's Sons.
ship Wachusett, Williams, 10 days fm Nanatmo;
2888 tons coal, to John Rosenfeld's Sons.
I Br ship liargiemore, Spencer, 63 days from New
castle, NSW; 3024 tons coal, to J D Spreckels &
Bros Co. :. . > ,■.'.:•■■...,■.;....: .•;..■.' ,<.■-.,..' ..,-.
, Schr Sacramento, Hansen, 8 days from Frank
port: 185 cds bark, to II W Beadle & Co.
Schr Twilight, Topfer, 6 days from Willapa Har-
Dor; lumber, to Jas A Lacy. * ■ ~
Schr Annie Gee, Monson, 11 days from Portland ;
lumber, to Kennedy & Inglls. "■-.- • ■- "•-..:•
• Schr Zampa, Petteraon, 41 days from San Marcos
Island: 500 tons gypsum, to Lucas Co. •
Schr Gotama. £ficssen,s days from Coos Bay ; 220
Mft lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co. . ;
•_ Schr Maggie;; C Buss. Jacobsen, 2 days from
Eureka; lumber and shingles, to C E Hooper & Co; i
Schr Emma Utter, Allen, 69 hours from Coos
Bay: 350 Mft lumber, to & B Dean & Co. '
Schr Bobolink. Nelson, ;48 hours from Men- i
docino; 200 M ft lumber, to Mendoclno Lumber Co.
Schr Helen Merriam. i Crangle, 61 hours from :
Albion; 100 cds bark, to Beadle & Co. •
Schr Coquelle, Pearson, 4y a days from CoqulUe
River; 160 M ft lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co.
.•_ Schr^ Ottlllle Fjord, -' Sesfithorst, 7 ; days : from
Grays Harbor; : lumber, to Wilson Bros.
«; Schr Lillebonne. - Hansen, 7 . days from Grays
Harbor; lumber, to 8 F Blade Lumber Co. Oakland
direct. ;•■-,■■■:■■-■ i- -..;■■,■...,••-..-.■.. .:■-.. „.- .-<...
!^ Scbr Parkersbur^, Ellinghouse, 6 days t from
Coqullle River: 175 Mft lumber, to C F Doe & Co.
on¥. 1 ' 1 G1( ' n ' Jorgensen, 48 nrs from Eureka; 134,
--607 ft lumber and 625,600 shingles.to Chas Nelson.
.Up river direct. V; ; -..,:.-■ ; ..- » ,r
'i hr ; Ida Schnauer, Madsen: 4 days from Port
land; lumber, to San Francisco Lumber Co. . :. >v,
■ Schr Mary Etta, Wetzel, > 18 hours from Point
Arena, 75 cds wood, to Bender Bros. .' • - -
D Wing and Wing, Forest, 3 days from Coos
Bay; 202 M ft lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co.
■■O.I 1 / Mayflower. Olsen, 5 days from Coos Bay
; 125 Mft lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co.
* - Cleared. . ; ; ".'.-. '■'' - ■'
■:'l t r <~ ,-• TUESDAY, July 16.
m Htmr I'omona, Hannah, Eureka; Goodall, Per
kins & Co. v. - „!.';
'l?. ship Peleus, Shapland, Queengtown; Epplnger
i & Co. *' : >-„<., _ ..; ..... .. |
Sailed.
TUESDAY, July 16.
Stmr St Paul, Green, San Pedro. >
; Btmr Farallon, Roberts, Yaquina Bay.
Stmr Pomona, Hannah, Santa Cruz.
.Stmr Oinsy, Leland, Santa Cruz. '•■'.
Schr Corinthian, Zaddart, Point Arena.
Schr Mary Bidwell, Wilson, Fish Rock. >. .
Schr Free Trade. Bugge. . -
; Schr Nettle Low, Low, Point Reyes. :*• :
Schr Transit, Jorgenson, Tacoma.
' Schr Ivy, Mercer. ' • -
■ ' -."■' Telegraphic.
POINT LOBOS-July 16—10 > p. WeatlMl
foggy; wind W : velocity 16 miles per hour. ;
| Charters.
The bark Annie Johnson : and bktn S N Castle
load mdse for the Hawaiian Islands.
. '. .' ; ;'.. Spoken. ••■: ."• t»:~\ ;*.?-■■ V.". : ; :■'■■:'*
May 31—1 S 31 W, ship Louisiana, from '• Phila
delphia, for Tacoma. -- : ;-.- ■' .
.Tune 11—45 8 62 W, Br bark Powys Castle, from
Barry, for Panama.
Domestic Ports.
REDONDO— Sailed July 15— Stmr Navarro, for
San Francisco.
PORT TOWNSEND— Sailed July 16— Bktn Mo
doc, for Shanghai. ■•■-..
PORT GAMBLE-Arrived July 15— Bktn Re
triever, hence July 2. »
BEAR HARBOR-Sailed July 15-Stmr Laguna
for Newport. - - '- ■. . - ■
: POINT ARENA-Arrived July 16-Stmr Alca
traz. hence July 15. ;
CASPAR- Airlved July 18— Schr Abbie, hence
July 12.
Sailed July 16— Schr Maxim, for San Francisco.
SAN PEDRO— Sailed July 16— Schr Bangor, for
Puget Sound ; schr Peerless, for Tacoma.
PORT LOS ANGELES- Arrived July 6-Stmr
Whltesboro and stmr Alcazar, from Point Loma;
stmr Protection, from Westport. ,
Sailed July 16-Stmr Rival.
ASTORIA— Arrived July Stmr Oregon.hence
July 13.
Sailed July 16-Bktn Omega, for Valparaiso.
PORT HADLOCK-Sailed July 16— Schr Queen,
for San Francisco: schr Sequoia, for San Diego.
TACOMA— Arrived July 15— Schr Jennie Wand,'
hence June 30. July 16— Bark B P Cheney, hence
June 27: schr W F Jewett, from San Pedro.
FORT ROSS— Sailed July 16-Schr Bender
Brothers, for San Francisco. . -
SEATTLE— Arrived July 16— Schr Fred E
Sander, from Newport.
ALBION— July 16— Stmr Albion, for San
Francisco. .
Arrived July IB— Schr Christina Steffens, hence
July 11. .
EUREKA— SaiIed July 16— Stmr Humboldt.schr
Orion and stmr North Fork, for San Francisco.
: Eastern Ports. •'
NEW YORK— Cleared July 16— Ship M P Grace,
for San Francisco.
.■foreign Ports.
CAPE TOWN-Sailed June 22-Br ship Thomas
Stephens, for Esquimau. ' ; .; •
YOKOHAMA— SaiIed July 12— Br Empress
of India, for Vancouver. . • , : ■;
DOVER— Passed July 14— Br ship Falls of Clyde,
from Hamburg, for San Francisco.
HONGKONG— Arrived July IB— Br stmr Em
press of Japan, from Vancouver. .-'■,' ■
SLIGO— July 13— Br bark Dunard, from
Oregon. . -.-- ■ ...
LIZARD— July 15— Ger ship H Bischoff,
from London, for San Diego. ■■ -
QUEENSTOWN-Salled July 14— Br bark Bal
lumbie, for Dublin; Br bark County Antrim, for
Antwerp.
Arrived July 15— Br ship Inchcape Rock, hence
March 16. with the crew of the brig Gerda, sunk by
collision with the former off the Irish coast. ■
SHANOH AI-Salled July 16-Bktn Katie Flick
inger, for Alaska. . - -
NEWCASTLE, NSVV-Salled June 13-Br ship
City of Delhi and bark Harvester, for San Fran
cisco. ■ '
In port June 15— Br ship Crocodile, Br ship Glen
breck and Br ship Royal Forth, for San Francisco;
Br bark Brussels and Br ship urummiur, for Ore
gon; Br ship Earl of ZethJand, for San Diego; Haw
bark Mauna Ala and Br bark St Jullen, for Hono
lulu.
Movements of Trans- Atlantic Steamers.
NEW YORK— Arrived July 16-Stmr Weimar,
from Bremen ; stmr State of Nebraska, from Glas- I
gow: stmr Fulda, from Bremen and Southampton.
Sailed July 16— Stmr Lahn, for Bremen.- .
BREMERHAVEN— Arrived out July 16— Stmr
NPCkar. • ■ • .■'■.■••
QUEENSTOWN— Arrived out July 16— Stmr
Teutonic.
ISLE OF WlGHT— Passed July— Stmr Persia,
from Hamburg, for New York.
LIZA RD- Passed July 16— Stmr Amsterdam, fm
New York, for Rotterdam.
Importations.
GTJAYMAS-Per Willamette " Valley— l 2 - flsh
fins, 3 cs machinery. 1 tank.
La Paz— lo sks salt, 657 hides. 6 bdls skins, 207
sks ore, 2 bales com leaves, 4 bdls fish fins, 1 tank,
2 bxs shells, 25 bars bullion. I :>->.:
AHa— 739 sks ore, 25 salt hides. ;
Mazatlan— 277 sks oil cake. 422 salt hides, 1 Ml
dry skins, 22 bxs limes, 4 j bxs mangoes, 70 sks
sugar, -'3 bars silver, 13 bars gold . bullion, 1 pkgs
gold dust, 24 barn silver bullion.
San Jose del Carho— lo6 dry hides, 51 salt hides,
291 sks raw sugar, 767 sks bark. '•.....
Babia Magdalena— 47 sealskins. 24 live turtles, 8
crts shells, 1 keg shark fins., „-
Ensenada— sks beeswax, 81 hides. '..■■■•
SAN DIEGO— Per Corona— l cs dry goods, 171
bdls dry fish. 3 hf 239 bxs lemons, 32 cs honey.l cs
wine, 15 hf-bbls pickled fish. 1 kit 1 pail fish, 2cs
limes, 1 pkg hats, 26 bxs oranges, 5 sks beeswax, 1
bx smoked meat, 13 pkgs household goods, pcs
rough marble, Ibx fixtures, 120 'cs salmon, 1 box
tools. ■ '?■' ■'■.-' '■;.■■•"--■■- i/iy-:-, ;*'.:»-->;■
PC Railway stations— so bdls green hides, 6cs 3
bbls tallow, 1 bdl dry hides, 3 bdls pelts, 19 cs eggs,
21 bxs butter, 11 cs cheese. '22 dressed calves, 1 bx
coffee, 19 bxs fresh fish, 3 coops chickens, 1 coop
poultry, 9 bxs fresh fruit. , ''■■.. ■_■'■•■; .
San Luis Obtspo— loo sks wheat, 100 sks barley.
" Santa Maria— 356 sks barley, 1275 sks oats.
Los Ollvos— l7o sks wheat, 962 sks barley.
Bant a Barbara— ±l4 bxs lemons, 44 oranges,
Isk wool. : ■ . -
• lUdoniV— 4l bxs lemons, 1 bx glass, 51 bales
wool, 36 pkgs household goods, 5 cs wine. 2 cs ex
tract. . ... ■, :,■ .. ...:*'.-;-
Port Los Angeles— lß bxs lemons, 12 bales wool,
413 Bks plaster, 1 bx hardware, 8 sks green coffee,
6 cs codfish. 2 cs cigars. 1 cs canes, 26 cs extracts.
Los Angeles via : Redondo— 7o bxs lemons, 42 sks
wool, 2 gold separators, 1 cs wine.
Newport — 62 bxs lemons, 30 bxs oranges, 2 bxs
shops. .—■■■■ '■'■'.•■■- . ....■■'.■ ■ *■ ..."
COSMOPOLIS— Per Point Loma— l7 bdls pelts,
250 M ft lumber, 116 bdls hides, 1 sk tails, 1 pkgs
sporting goods, •
i ll oquia'm— l cs costumes, 1760 bdls snooks, 59
empty tanks. ■ , -■•--•
■> VICTORIA— Umatilla— 7 pkgs mdse, 1 lot
junk. etc. ,/"....
Port Townsend— 2 pkgs mdse. ! ; -" Z~K~~-
Victoria, via N P Hi R— s cs silk goods, 62 cs
curios. 27 rolls 2 pkgs! bamboo. 4 bales rugs, 3 cs
matches, Ics samples. I . ;
: Seattle— 9s bxs fish, 21 pkgs mdse, 2 lots furni
ture, 286 bdls hides etc, 8 bxs broom handles, 2
bxs glass, 6 sks coal, 2 bxs dry goods, 5 bbls glue,
Ibx books, 461 sks potatoes. ■• . .
Tacoma, via NP R R— 3 pkgs mowers etc, Ibx
hardware, 1 cs cigars, 1 bx clothing and blankets,
166 bales 1676 sks flour, 292 bdls hides. -
, Everett— 242 kegs nails, 800 bars bullion, 1 pkg
mdse, 13 cs 176 bdls 579 rolls paper. . ?••-- -
Anac'ortes— 93 sx codfish waste, 1 lot Furniture.
: : New . Whatcom -*• 3 pkgs wire rigging, 1 .;■ pkg
mdse. •- •; -
Departure Bay— lsol tons coal.
Vancouver via C. P. R. R.— l bx clothing and
boots. 5 bbls wine, 1 1 bx glassware, 1 bbl syrup, 1
bx drugs, 6 kegs, 6 hf bbls, 32 bbls glucose, 25 pkg
Mdse, 100 cookstoves, 15 pkg - hdware, machy,
■ etc.. 14 bbls spools, 63 cs hats, 1 bx sheet zinc, 16
cs wd hames, 4 cs I) gds. 7cs sheeting, 1 cs dona
checks, 0 a flannels.' 1 cs woolens, 1 cs hosiery,
30 bx currants, 123 bbls a sugar, 102 cs tobacco,
8 cs cigars, 24.es cigarettes, bx H B D hangers,
6 bdl wd H- rails, 2 crts handles, 1 bx hdware,
Sea clothing, 12 water gates.
• Consignees.,
Per Corona— W A Nolan; Enterprise Brewery;
• FrPdericksbnrg Brewery Chicago Brewery: John
Wleland's Brewery: Bavaria Brewery; W. P. Ful
ler A Co; Standard Oil Co; D. E.Allison <fc Co; H.
Wedleck; Hills Bros: Norton, Teller ■■■&' Co:
Wheaton, Breen & Co; W R Knight & Co; Brig
ham, Iloppe A Co; Dae Bernard! A Co: Hass
Bros; H Kirshman <& Co; Smith's Cash Store; H
Dutard: James Glbbs; American Union Fish Co;
L D Stone A Co: L Dallmand & Co; Jonas Er
langer A Co; Kowalsky * Co: 8 F Fish Co; G j
Camalona; P Gusmannf:Sinsheimer Br s: II M
Newhall ' <fc "Co; Page A Son; S-anta Cruz
Island Co ; • J Ivancovlch .A ■ Co: i A C Fry iv;
Co: Allen &' Lewis: % Levy Spclgel & Co;
J H Cain t Co: Bisslnirer A" Co: E L Snell; i
M A Gunst A Co; Getz Bros A Co; Phillips A \
Miller; Cal and >iev Creamery Co: J A Drinkhouse j
& Co: Cox Seed and Plant ' Co : Garcia A Magini;
5 Phillips: John T Cutting Co: 'Sherman A Clay :
Cal Wine Growers Assn; Bell& Co; Buckingham
6 Uecht;. Wetmore Bros; Gould & Jaudln; Wood,
Curtis A Co; Chiuda & Flack; Wilson A Baechtel:
Del Monte Milling Co; Neustadter. Bros; Wilmer
ding A Co; H . Huddleston • A Co; . Western Meat
Co; Allison, NofV A Co; .Macondray Bros; Immel
A Co; AGalli Fruit Co; Pacific Coast Syrup Co:
I Woodburn A Co; J 0 Hcinhard : A Levi & Co: L\V
Kimball; Oregon Fruit A P Co; H O Greenhood. ." '
' Per Umatilla— Hermann A Co; Oregon Improve- |
ment Co; American Biscuit Co: > Abramson, Hem- I
rick &Co; Baker A Hamilton; ■ Brown Bros; Cad
ner A Co- Carlson, Currier A Co; Glade A McCabe:
Main A Winchester; Murphy, Grant A Co; Trlest
A Co; Schweitzer A Co; O 8 Levy; W F Peterson;
Williams, Brown A Co; California Wine Co; Win
ston A Lewis; HI) Breadlfel; ' Wells, Fargo A Co;
Union Engine Co; r Dunham," Carrigan A Co;
Hayden&Co: Stauffer&Co; Selby Smeltln? and
Lead Co; W. G Richardson; ■ American Carbonic
Acid and . Gas Co; Fredericksburg ; Brewery;
W: S Johnson; W P Morgan; ! G. H Smith ;
Blsslnger - A ■■■ Co; Charles ■* J Leist :■!&>: Co;
CA C Roller Mills: G. W Howard; Moore, Fergu
son A Co; I'arrott A Co; Horn A Co; Holmes AEd
wards; American? Union Fish Co; A D Hawley;
Cal <fc Nev Creamery: CR Libby; E E Whaley; X
F Currier J•'C ■' Bauer ; A Co M. ,C ! Bosworth: M
Scheyer A Bros; North American Commercial Co;
Ross A Hewlet: W B Summer. A Co; California
Paint Co; Chas Harley & Co; American Trading
Co."K.y - : ■---■:.> :>■•.■ :■■'.',• ...■■-:-■-■;... ■ .- ■■•:■-■ ■:-■'-■
r> Per Willamette > Thannhauser A Co:
Chinese merchants W Rennie; C D Bunker A Co;
F ther A Co ; (J Staacke A Co : W Boaiza A ; Co ;
Selby Smelting and. Lead Co; H Levi A Co: I
Gutt; L Kelly; Anglo-California Bank; Bank of
California : | C Candelarla ; : C' M C : Wells, Fargo
A Co; Bfown A Adams; A Paladini. ;: ' ' .
In Per Point Loma.— Grays Harbor Commercial Co:
Blsslnger A Co: LHClayburgh; E T Allen A Co;
Goldstein <& Co: Western B and Manfg Co; Fred
ericksburg Brewing Co; ' John Wieland Brew
ing Co. ■■ •-. • ' ■.■;■■%:-■ . ':' . . ;■■■-' „
For Late Shipping Intelligence See Thirteenth Pace.
; OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. ; ;:^
STOCKTON STEAMERS
: Leave ' Pier No. 3, : \ Washington St.,
At 5 P. M. Daily, .Except Sunday.
;j)ar Accommodations Beserved by Telephone.
\-y :; ''.--^,^ * ; ';STEAHER!:VSs: 1 : V' ■.' -■-■ ' '
T. C. Walker. J. j D. Peter»/ .
Mary Garratt, -. City, of Stockton.
XfileßbOUß Mala 801^ , , TMi &*■'*■] a - na T>n ? t i fit L '
LEGAL JNOTICES^^
1 T^OTICE TO CReTdiTORS^ESTATE OF Air
1\ BERT HELMKEN, deceased. Notice is here-
by given by the undersigned," administratrix of the
estate of | ALBERT HELMKE.V, deceased, to the
creditors of and j ail | persons having claims against
the said deceased/to exhibit them, with the neces-
sary vouchers within four months after the first
publication of this notice to the said administra-
trix at the office of M. STUART TAYLOR, 1360
Park street, Alameda, California, | which said office
the undersigned selects as her place of business in
all matters connected with the said estate of AL-
BERT HELMKEN. deceased. < . :
BETTY F. HELMKEN, administratrix of the
estate of deceased. ... . ' •
Dated Alameda, June 20th, 1595.
■TiEPARTMENT No. 9, PROBATE. —In
U the Superior Court, in and for the City
and County •of San Francisco. State of Cali-
fornia. .-'■. :'-',■ -■>■'-•• ..:':...- •:•-■. ■■-•.■:■
In the matter of the estate of JEAN BEAUXIS
alias J. BEAUXIS alias JACQUES J. BEAUXIS,
deceased. No. 16,181.
Notice is . hereby (riven that TUESDAY,
the 23d day :of July, A. D. 1895, at 10
o'clock =a. m. ,of said day, and the V court-
room of Department" No. 9 of said court,
at the new City Hall, in the City and County
of San Francisco, i State of California, have been
appointed as the time and place for proving the
will of said JEAN BEAUXIS alias . I. BEAUXIS
alias JACQUES J. BEAUXIS, deceased, and for
hearing the application of GKACIETTE LACA-
RIEU, for the issuance to her of letters testa-
mentary thereon. ". ■ ' -A ■-"•■.
Dated July 11, A. D. 1895. ■
fSeal.] C. F. CURRY, Clerk.
By F. B. UOUGHTON, Deputy Clerk.
P. ALEX ANDRE BKKGEROT, Attorney for
Petlt'oner, 142-143 Crocker building, S. F., Cal.
'tvTOTICE TO- CREDITORS.— ESTATE -OF
IN SUSAN E. KERBY, deceased. Notice Is here-
by given by the undersigned, administrator of the
estate of SUSAN- E. KERBY. deceased, to the
creditors of, and all persons having claims against,
the said deceased, to exhibit them with the neces-
sary ■ vouchers within ' ten (10) ■ months after the
first publication of . this notice, to the said adminis-
trator, at his office, room 4, Phelan building. San
Francisco, the same being his place for the tran-
saction of the business of the said estate In the City
and County of San Francisco, State of California.
• Robert Mcelroy,
Administrator -of • the • estate of SUSAN E.
KERBY, deceased.
Dated at San Francisco, June 19, 1895.
MYRICK & DEERING. attorneys for Adminis-
trator, 14 Sansome st.
QM ALL AD VERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIP-
-0 tions taken at Cam. Branch Office, 717: Larkin
St.; 339 Hayes st. and 2518 Mission St.; open till
9:30 p. m. .
ocean STEAMSHIPS:
PMAMA STEAMSHIP LINE.
(P. B. R. CO.)
Panama Railroad Co.
COIiUMBIAM" xjX3xt:e:
(P. R. R. CO.)
TO NEW YORK
S. S. "WASHTENAW"
Will be dispatched for Panama on
THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1895,
- Taking cargo under through bills of lading for
New York, South 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 R. R. Co.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
fßta^. Coolgardle gold fields
j^tq i (FremantlO, Austra-
/Srjo /i rt O> -n "a: $220 tint class,
JE&J- nO|\n-!7||fU» $110 steerage. Lowest
Img Jag^SSSSgai}' rates to Capetown,
fßjjjsff sStfi X^Si. Australian steamer,
Wsni L/l <P Y^L ALAMEDA, sails via
RWri ir^ffeJu _iWI Honolulu and Auck-
HSj Jy^t^^Wt ! aDd> ThursJtv >"> July
Steamship Australia,
Honolulu only. Satur-
clay, August 3, at 10
Special Parties.— special rates for
parties August 3d and '27th.
Cook's Party August 3d. . .-j... .
Ticket office, 138 Montgomery street.
Freight office, 327 Market street.
J. D. SPRECKELS & BROS.. General Agents.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
DISPATCH ■' STEAMERS KROM SAN J£te«a_
Francisco for ports in Alaska. 9 a. v., £3sS&.
July 5. 9. 19, 24, Auzust 3, X. 18. Sept. -'. 17.
For British Columbia and Paget Sound ports,
July 5, 9, 14, 19, 24, 29, and every flftn day there-
after. -
For Eureka, Humboldt Bar, steamer Pomona,
every Tuesday at 2p. v. „ , ■ . --■ .. !> -.
For Newport, Los Angeles and all way ports,
July 4. 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, and| every fourth
day thereafter, 8 a. m.
For San Diego, stopping . only at , Port Harf ord,
Santa Barbara. Port Los Angeles, Redondo : (Los
Angeles) and Newport, July 2, .6. 10, 14, 18, 22,
26. 30, ana every fourth day thereafter, at 11 a. m.
1 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 eaca
month, steamer Willamette Valley.
Ticket Office— Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery
street. - • ■'■ ■■■■-■'
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., General Agents,
. ■ 10 Market St.. San Francisco.
Oft JP. (11 TO PORTLAND
■ K. & Vim AND ASTORA.
QTEAMSHIPS 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 July 8, 18, 28, Aug. 7.
Oregon sails July 13, 23, August 2.
Fare in cabin, including berth and meals, $15 00:'
, Steerage. $7 50; Round trip, $25 00.
i For through rates and all other Information apply
to the undersigned. ..-.-
Goodaix, Pekkins <& Co. Fbed. F. Coxnob,
IGen'l Supts., : T .' ! Agent.
10 Market st. .19 Montgomery st.
COMPAGNIEGENERALETRANSATLANTIQUE
: French Line to Havre.
COMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH jßr&k*.
\J River, foot of -Morton st. Travelers by ■&s<&{£
this line avoid both transit by English railway and
■ the discomfort of crossing the channel in a small
boat. New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris,
first class $160; second class $116.
LA GASCOGNE, Capt. Baudelon
............................July 20, 4:00 a.m.
-LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. Laurent.......:......
...;:...:........;:....;........ July 27, 7:00 a.m.
LA BOURGOGNE. Capt. Leboneuf... V. .
.....August 3,4:00 a. M.
LATOURAINE, Capt. Santelli ."..-.
.............................August 10, 6:00 a. M.
BS~ For further particulars apply to "■ . - '■■
„ - \ A. FORGET, Agent, „
. No. 3 Bowling Green, New York.
J. F. FUGAZI <fc CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery
aye., San Francisco. ;. ; * - ■-■•■■'.;
WHITE mi LINE.
United States and Royal Mail Steamers
■ ---■■ ■■>■ ■ : EETWF.KN" ■ ' ■ , ■."■■
New York, Queenstown & Liverpool,
;.: ; f i SAILING EVERY WEEK. ;
GAB IN, $60 AND UPWARD, ACCORD- jgfcgau
' ing to steamer and accommodations Hbß
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. H. AVERY, Pacific Mail 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 STEAMJPACKET COMPANY.
STEAMERS LEAVE ASPINWALL jJjCM
fortnightly for the West Indies and £S£i*Sß
Southampton, " calling en : route -at Cerbourgh,
France, and Plymouth to land passengers. ■"• -* -
Through bills of lading, in connection with eh«
Pacific Mall S. 8. 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, 9195; third
, CUM, 997 60. ' - for further particulars apply t*
:~-7 PARKOTT A CO., Agent*
• 306 California st._
RAH-ROAD TRAVEL:
8 Atlantic
Pacific
BAILBOAD
' Trains leave from and arrive i
< «t Market : Street Ferry.
' Ch cajo Limited
Leaves evrry day at 5:30 P. m., carrying . Pullman j
Palace Sleepers and Tourist ■ Sleepers | to|Cnicago
via Kansas City without change. Annex cars for
Denver and Hi. Louis. " . .. ' ■
VIA LOS ANGELES.
• Trains leave dally at 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.,
connecting in Los Angeles with solid trains, Los
Angeles to Chicago. ;,-..>Vv,'. -■ ■•'-:'. •'. ' " ".■
Summer or Winder the Santa :Fe Route Is the
; most Comfortable railway, California to the East. "
- A popular misbelief exists regarding the heat in
' Hummer. The heat is not greater than is encoun-
tered on even the roo*c nurchrrly line. . This is well
•known to experienced traVeler.l. . - .
i The BMala at Harvey's Dining Rooms are an ex-,
■ cellent feature of the line. : . : . - ; ''■'■ '
m The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can
Ibe reached In no other way. • ■••■<.; v. .;':--.. ; -;'.■-' :}} . -''. ';■ '
-' Ticket Office— 64* Market Street, -.
Chronic!* Building.
„v , ;,,,, AUCTION SALES. ■ . .. ■;-■ __. i
; Sunset Horse MeurJcet,
137 VALENCIA STREET.
! TO-MORROW. ILU
i Thursday .............;...... .July 18, 1895,
At 11 O'clock A. M.. .
By order of MR. JOHN BULL of Hanford,
1 > ....WE WILL BKLL
40 Head 'Of GOOD YOUNG HORSES AND
. MARES; broken and unbroken, and ranging in age
, from 4 to 7 years: all good size.
Sale positive. No reserve or limit.
SULLIVAN & DOYLE, Livestock Auctioneers.
''■.-■■■ ■-:■■ - Office— 327 Sixth street.
RAILROAD TRAVEL!
SiNFRAi\CISCO & NORTH PA-
CIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Tiburon Ferry— Foot of Market St. '
* San Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:4O, 9:20, 11:00 a.m.: 12:35,
3:30, 5:10, p.m. Thursdays— trip
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays— trips at 1:50
and 11:30 P. M. .
SUNDAYS— 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m.; 1:30, 3:30,
5:00, 6:20 p.m.
San Rafael to San Francisco.
WEEK DAYS— 6:2S, 7:55, 9:30, 11:10 A. M.;
. 12:45, 3:40, 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trips
at 1:55 p. m. and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAYS— B:IO, 9:40, 11:10 a. m.; 1:40, 3:40,
5:00,6:25 p. M.
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park same
schedule as above. - ■ ■ ' '
Leave I _ „»„. Arrive
San Francisco. •. May 5 San Francisco.
Week I Sdn- Ve } t ¥%?; loa Sun- j Wekk
Days. [ days, destination. DAY s. | Days.
7:40 am 8:00 am I . Novato, 10:40 am | 8:50 am
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
Healdsburg,
.•- •S&x Gey sit
3:30 pm 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:30 pm 6:15 pm
~ -■ • • ■ Pieta, '. ~.
7:40 am Hopland <fc 10:30 am
3 :30 8:00 am Ukiah. 7:30 6:15 pm
7:40 am i ] 10:30 am
8:00 am GuerneviUe. 7:30 pm
3:30 pm j -..•-'■' 6:15 pm
7:40 am 8:00 am! Sonoma 10:40 am 8:50 am
6:10pm|5:00 pml and 6:05 pm 6:15 pm
- I Glen Ellen. ■
7:4oam|B:ooam o oh( ,. tnnnt 110:40 am 1 10:30 am
3:30 5:00 pm| Sebastopol. , 6 :ospm! 6:15 pm
Stages connect at San Rafael for Bollnas.
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark Wept
Springs.
. Stages connect at Geyservllle for Skaggs Springs.
Stages connect at Cloverdale for the Geysers. .
Stages connect at Pieta for Highland Springs,
Kelseyvllle, Soda Bay, Lakeport. i
Stages connect at Hopland for Lakeport . and
Bart let Springs.
Stages connect at Ukiah for Vichy Springs, Blao
Lakes, Laurel Dell, Upper Lake, Boonevllle, Green-
wood, Mendocino City, Fort Bragg, Usal, Westport,
Cahto, Willetts, Calpella, Porno, Potter Valley, John
Day's, Lively's, Gravelly Valley, Harris, Blocks-
burg, Bridgeville, 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.
Special Sunday El Caxnpo Service.
STEAMER UKIAH leaves Tiburon ferry every
Sunday— lo:3o a. M.. 12:10, 2:00 and 4:00 P. M.
ling— Leave El Campo at 1:00, 3:00 and
5:00 p. M. ' ;'
i Ticket Offices, 650 Market St., Chronicle building.
H. C. WHITING, R.X. RYAN.
' . Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
SOVTHRRN PACIFIC COMPAMtJ r
•';;;". (PACIFIC SYSTEM.) "
. 'Train* leave inul are ilue to arrive »l
SAN IKA.\«IMO. " .
leave — From July 16, 1895. — akiuvb
•O:3Oa San Leandro, Haywards 4 Way Bt'na 9: Isa
7:«0a Atlantic Express, Ogden and East.. 10:50?
• 7:00 a Benida, VacaTilie, Rurasey. Sacra-
mento, and Redding via Davis.... 7:lSp
7:30 a Martinez, San Ramon, Napa, Calia-
toga and .Santa Rosa 6:15p
*7:3©a San Leandro, Haywards& Way Bt'ns 1013 a
tt:StOA Nile*, Sau .lose, Stockton, lone,
Sacramento, Marysville, Red Bluff
and Oroville.. 4tlsp
•8:30 a Peters and Milton »7:15p
. 9:00 a San Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns t 1 1:45 a
W:OOa New Orleans Express, Raymond,
:.;:.-;•.- (for Yosemite), Santa Barbara, . . •
, .^,i* ".Xos: Angeles,, Deiuiug, £1 Paso, . " :'. " .
New Orleans and Kast.... r.\ 10543 a.
«:OOa Martinez and Stockton . 10:45 a
1 0:O0 a San LeaDdro, Haywards and Niles-. 1:43p
12:00 m San Leandro, Haywards 4 Way St'ns 2:45p
~ l:OOp Niles, San Jose and Livertnore 8:43 a.
•I:OOp Sacramento River Steamers *»:OOp
:3Op Port and Way Stations.. +~:45p
8:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns 5:45p
4:OOp San Leandro, Haywards & Way Ht'ns 6:45p
4: OOp Martinez, San Ramon, Vallejo,
Napa, Calistoga, El Verano and .:•
Santa Rosa '.. ? 9: 13 a
4:00p Benicia, ' Esparto, Woodland,
Knights Landing, Marysville,
Oroville and Sacramento ......... 10:43 a
' ' 5:00p Niles, San Jose, Llvermore and :
Stockton. 7:15p
5:30p San Leandro, Haywards It Way St'ns 8:43p
5:30p Lob Angeles Express. Fresno, Ray-
•^ ,t ' mond (for Yosemite), Bakersfleld,
. Santa Barbara and Los Angeles.. 4i45r
■ 0:30p Santa Fe Route, Atlantic Express
forMojave and East ' 10:43 a
6ioop European Mai), Ogden and Kast.... 9:43 a
6:00 1> H;iy iiriln. Miles and Ban Jose 7:4."»
J7:oop Vallejo t~:4sp
7:00p Oregon Express, Sacramento, Marjs- ■ ". •
'.';-'.-■■ viile, Redding, Portland, Pugct
Sound and East 10:43 a
7:00p Ban Leandro, Haywards& Way St'ns 1 0:5 Op
»:OOp San Leandro, Haywards& Way Bfns ftlt:OOA
ttll:lsp San Leandro. Haywards & Way St'ns «7:15 a
SANTA Ct»:Z DIVISION T arr<m Oange).
X7:45a Sunday Excursion for Newark, San
; * Jose, Lob Gatos, Felton and Santa
Cruz JB:o3p
8:1 5 a Newark, Centerville.Sau Jose.Felton,
I .. --, ■ ) Boulder Creek, Santa Cruz and Way
Stations. , sisop>
•2rl3p Newark. Centerville, San Jose. New
Almaden, Felton, Boulder Creek,
Santa Cruz and Principal Way
. Stations.. «IItSOA
4:43p Newark. San Jose, Los Gat 05... ..... 9:30 a,
■. COAST DIVISION (Tliiril A Townseml Sts.) .
♦6:43 a .San Jose, §New Almaden and Way ,
5tati0n5...;.............. • 1 :43
17:30 a Sunday Excursion for San Jose, Santa ;
* ' Cruz, Pacific Grove and Principal
Way Stations )S:3sii
8:15 a Sau Jose, Tres Pi dob, .Santa Cruz, . I
Pacific Grove, Paso Robles, Sau
Luis Obispo,' Guadalnpe and Prin- 1
cipal Way Stations 7:05»
19:47 a Palo Alto and Way Stations }1:45p
IO:4Oa San Jose and Way Stations .*.. 5:00p
11:43 a Palo Alto and Way Stations....... 3:30p
•2:30r San Jose, Gilroy. Tres Pinos, Santa . if.-<ti
Cruz, Salinas,Monterey and Pacific ■
Grove • *1O:4Oa
•3:« Op San Jose and Principal Way Stations 0:47 a
•4:3oi> San Jose and Way Stations »8:06 a.
5:30p San Jose and Way 5tati0n5......... *8:48 a
«:»Op San Jose and AVaj Stations......... «:33a
«ll:3Op San Jose and Way Stations.. *7:43f
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
From SiH FRIHCISCO— Foot of Market Street (Slip 8)— ' .
•7:00 8:00 9:00 *10:00 11:00 a.m. *12:30
tl:00 *2:00 3:00 • *4:00 6:00 .. *6:oopjc;
From OAKUND— or Broadway.— *6:00 *7:00
8-00 *9:00 10:00 'II^A.M. }12:00
" «13:30 8:00 *3:00 4:00 . »S:QQP.K.
A for Morniug. P for Afternoon.
• Sundavß excepted. • ■ t Saturdays only.
§ Wednesdays only. 1 Sundays only.
- ' ft Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights only..
*<^f&r^ VIA
■SS^ : SAUS AUTO FERRY.^ II^
From April 21, 188«.
Leave S. F. WEEK DAYS. Arrivs S. p.
7.00 a.m. Mill Val., Ross Yd., S»n Rfl .... - '
8.00 a.m. ■•'.•• " San Qta. ' 6.45A'.i*.
9.15 a.m. " » •• ....... 7.40* £
• : . ! 10.16 a.m. " '.'. " S * nQtn> 8.45a.m1
U.4CA.M. •• " . ..... 9 40a M
1.45 p.m. •• •• -'-...«' - StnQtn. 10.45
a- 20 '*- : :;"/...:... h.ssa^:-
-••• ' ' " SuQtn. 1.15 p.m.
4.15 P.M. » « •• „...;; 8 05pm!
6.16 p.m. " •• » StnQtn. 4.4op'm.
..6.60PJ1. " " » ....... 6 85PM
0.35 P.M. « '• "•....... C.25P.M.
..'......- ■** : " " San Qla. ■ 7 45P1J L
, 11.30 p.m. Ross 7tl.,Stnßn., San Qtn ....... .*
8.00 a.m. Caxadera and Way SUtions .. ' 7'4s'p'w'
•1.46?. M. A " " ■..:•«: .-.;... 'xB!4sa'm!
•Salurdays only. . ; x Mondays only.
'?*->*'■■/-■■ -V.>:- SUNDAYS. .;' i
8.00 a.m. Mill Til; Ross Til.. San Rf!. , Stn Qtn.
• • • Ross Valley. San Rafael, San Qtn..... £161**!
.;; 9.00 a.m. Mill Til; Ross Val., Stn Rfl., Sin Qta. ; i . . . 7.
10.00 a.m. «... .. Silt;. 18 ** 1
- ...:..;. Ross Talley, San Rafael, San lo'.66*'m'
J 11.00 a.m. Sausalito only . . . . .... . ...... . . •
........ Sansalito ana Mill Ta11tT. ...:..;"" 11 ibi' it -
11^0a.m. Mill Vtiley, Ross Valley, Sin Rfl.! " ' • IUA I1 *
•■-•••• MillVal.,RossVtl. I !i4nßn.,StnQtu. l'a.iop.M.
' .'.' .'.' ." " Mill Vtl,, Ross Tai., Stn Rfli **.'. '. '. '. ] 2 05p5*
;i! ■■■: : I t^b
-:^ir" :: :."--SS
6.45 p.m. " '« « ■'.-;"."■•• *••"•••
- ...V.... less Talley and San Rtful .'...'*!*." sisp'^!
: 8.00*.M. Point Rejw, Ctndero and Way ttu 8.15 pi!
•.QOA.N, P«»t i»JM VA Wtj Stouos. l.»tj£i
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