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Barker, Hose* , Hefrfrnan, Jame.«
lirowr.lee. Jej?!<e P. Kane, y.-,- 1..,*,
Ch«-snian. Franklin Lyons. Winifred •
Church. Charles J. McOary. Hdn-iud
Ixrhara. R-v. J. IT. Mea<ie. M.-.1..] a.
EaFtlng Barth.lomew JJitcbe.ll. Wm. J. _I.
Fe^hiui. William Moran. OeorgeC B
Fischer. L^oiin Mulrhend. John B.
Fr_iw. aiarirar^t A. ODay. Kdward J.
Olllesnie. I»atrlck IVrtereen. I_iuHt«
Gi!J-=rt. Rosalie 31. Quigley, CSeorre
GUllcan. OhriFtoi>hcr rtalrton. Louise S.
Osnnmel. J,';uisa U. Srlrindler William T.
Handrleioi.. Frank Roh\iltheiss. I^onora
lUftdns. Hadie C. * Bhea. Thomas .< . ,
li-s:.en. KUea Wall. Gt-n. Joseph' o!
BARKSH —In thin . city, IVcernber 3], ISS3,
Hnsea I:arker. beloved father of Mrs. A. p!
DISI. James r.nd Jopt-ph . Ilarjcer and Mabel
Roberts, a native of North Carolina, aced
SS rears r.ni Z month*.
BROWM.!;&-In this city. Pwrolwr ?1. i«» 9,
.Terae S.. .beloved' Jiusband of Frances c'
nrowr.lee, &r.d father of Paul Ct* .lay c. and
L*»lie C. Rrownlee. Mrc. Dulla Wltham and
Mrs. !7rr.rr.a Co«st. a native of Pennsylvania
atred 7S yr-vrv and 4 months.
CHEKfMAN- In Berk el er, December 21 IS9J
Franklin Ellveater. hu.bnnd«of Almlra Ch«eitl
mAn, *nd father ol Krank Ct>e«cmaa and
MARRIED.
BOMCH— TRYGAY— In this city, nee-taber 31,
I?S3. by the P-cv. J. A. B. Wilson. Walter
Hcrr.er ct Los Angr'.es tad _* a y Trjcay or
f-'.in. Franrltro. ?«',;
PTkTns w/iDDTinrv? tipitiiq
Dirilno — MniLli-bb-) — L'bAiJla.
BORN.
ALBOP.HLLI-In thie city. December 10. IST).
. to the Ti-ife of Louis Albore!!!. a daughter.
FERRIvCK— In thie cltv, December 17, IS9B. to
the wife of Harry Ferbeck. _ son.
I>CUAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
FOR tal*— To close e-Ute of ALICE PIJLLI-
VAN. de/-eaf><»<l-. at r>ub!!c ntwtlon at 31 a. m.
onthj* Jd .lay of January, UO9. at McAJilster-
rx. entrance of CJty Halt,' San Francisco. {,a»g.
b'^-.k No. T-14 on OnMfcrnia Pavings and I-ian
:' dCtf of Han Franri-co. which book rhows
» aLart* cf I".X> XT. Sale eubject to confirma-
tion by court; 3? per rent of purchase pnet
re<j»ir>d on Kr^ptonr* of bid. FRANK M.
Kr.LS.KT. Artmlr.istrator. Zi'i-ZtZ Wllcox bulld-
BAN Fran-iBOo FAVIr.r. l.'nion. E22 California
•t., Webb— T>'.\ i*firA Notlre— For th«
half ye»<r enl!rg with tM r,»t of December.
Zf?9. a «!;vi!*er.d nas beer. _e-lared at the rate
„ p*r .--.•¦ cf three Rr.d '.hree-fourth" (3H)
f-er cent on term deposl*.* *r. 1 three and one-
*i*rhth (3H) r*r f*r.t on orilinary deposit*.
free of taxe*. yayuhle on nr-i after Tuesday.
cJan.ary 2 :SOQ lyjVnLL Cashier.
DfVTTrCNn Notice— Oivldend N<-,. 100 <r«c per
rhare> rf ?^* Organic Rtearr.ih'.p Corrpary
ttIII br psyaMe Et th» office CJ the company.
No. 2.7 Market et.. on ond' »frer Tue«l«y.
J«fiua-r 2. WK>. Trunrfer t^-cks wlil CIOM on
"•""efln-sday. P"rer>-^.* r ?7 IS9S. at 1 o'clock
j. rr. B.IH FlirrT.rviN. S«rretary.
Shipping Intelligence.
iiiß. Cor.tir.prtal fJulldir.g and Loan Associa-
tion of CAl:!i"7r.ia. 2C2 Sanrcme st.. San Fran-
rl»co. has declared for the € months ending
December 1:, U>», a dividend of 12 per cent
per ar.mjm to r:*»s "A" Ftock, 1C per cent
l*r ernurn to (-'.ays "F" etock. i f*r cent per
•tnnum en crra depnFite aid i per tent p«r
«jinutr. en <-.t4lnary .lerjrsitF.
CAHT. OLIVER KLORIDrjr:. President.
WILLJ4M ( l-OHHIN. Secretary.
I>IV_DJ-IND ho: tee- Mutual Pavfnrs Bunk of
S«n FrancUco. SI Post ft.— For the half year
t-r.i'.r.g l>re.tibcr SI. ISJS. a dividend Kas been
<¦ oe.: larefl at the rate if three (3) pe r ccn t per
¦rirjiiT* on all _fpns;u<. free cf taxes, rayab!*
<-a »nd nftcr TI'ESDAT J.-intmrj' 2. 1900.
GKOl'.ai; a. BTORT, Cashier.
BAILROAD TRAVEL.
Steamer Movements.
OAKLAND Ktn.MTCIiE FOR SALE.
AN irrreriucMnn to you from 11. Schellhaas. the
mndtQ-e <sraler. 11th and Frankiln. Oakland.
An elegant new house of 8 rooms, laundry and
bath; choice neighborhood: all modern con-
veniences: cannot be excelled; will be sold
for -i. little over one-half or Its real value;
Investigate this at ence cs party Is very
desirous of ceiling. GEO. B. M. GRAY.
*H Ninth «t.. Oakland.
Sun, Moon and Tide.
WATCH ai:i'AIHI.\G.
MATCHES cleaned 75r; miaranteed . years.
The Roy Jev.ejry anfl Ortlral Co.. 640 Kearry.
Tt» LF.ASi..
IIOTEJ.. for rent-The Uemarl House, at Vai-
»ieJn...-''aJ.: is offered . for- rent from March
' 1. lffl>: 'hlf* f* a s;lcndia ocrmrtunity for a
.flrst-e'-i's k-tel man. Tor rarttculart apply
T. A. i. ITATUKWAT. Vnlleio. Cal.
:_¦ STORAGE! AM) WAKKHUCSBS.
J'rr:n<:::-!:!:>aLPii storac» and Moving c^
Ofnc. '.n. P.ost rt.. cor. Pine!!: Tel. Main 57:3
S-liW'JxS MACHIM-S AXn SCHPLIES.
Tl MON-TirtA'.- r-nted, repcired. bought, sold;
v.--Rra<_ire rr..::,!H-£:. IO Sixth; phone Mint 45.
.&LT., klrfl? l^ixcht. f<^M. r_rhancod. rented; r»-
>¦ ;>»Jr!-?-. s» laic-1 rates. s*>T. Fourth >=t.
No. Priie.|No. : Prize. i No. Priae.
6< '>»2 20,64507..... ;... 40 64357 40
SWM 20165247. ........ 100,65.31 40
63*00 100!6o4.6 20)65534 20
65504 40165623 100 65533 20
«-'>Bs9-. 201655& 20065946 20
65953 ? 20;6C072 20166203 „ 20
<>t>-64 20,66303 t*,66531 20
€6057 206660S 40166644 2D
«W»2 40166728 20 ; «6732 40
66745 % 100 1757.. 20;«O3 to
68811 40 66553.. .0;«6S71 20
««3SS 40;67237........ 4j;j7_42 2to
67305 20;«7563......... 20,67671 20
«7756 20,68149.. r(G|tSIS2 20
6SZI7 40!«5242.,,;.... .PJSS263 20
65254 40,6*393^.;..,. 20;«5532 20
6*6.-.0 40,68639...:.... 20 65574 100
6SSS7 40;65933.V...... 20;CS&SO 20
60OT1 20J69100;-..""..... 40'«5127.. ....... 40
69131 40.69171.::..... .20!63.04 20
69251 20:69380.*. ..... 2U 697CT 20
63842 .40[69943;.....,. 20 60075 40
70049 20 !70053,. ........ : 20;70_05.. 20
70.140 40,70445. 40;70454 .100
70504 20i70528 20,70542 100
70630 , 20170929,:... :.. 20;71020.. 20
71087 40171261.;;..... 100,7l33« 20
71316 20i71645.; .0i7164S 20
7ie<*.s io»j7i6:i4.-.:,.;.. 2o|7isss ic<>
72020, 4073024:. ..;... 20 72031 23
72134 40172207........ 20172228 4ft
72230 1i<t172270. .:..... -207 23*2 6OO1X)
72427 20:72506 20|7_671 20
72715 , 40j.7279i:. 207.933 100
73233.: 40i73207.ii 4iti73510 40
73724 , 20173304 20i73942 20
73967 2n!7404S 20 74321 20
74380 40*74443 im>;744«9 100
74514.. ...... 40|74693 40;7475S 100
74500 2074514. 40174142 4*
74971 40*73212.... ,40;7"25S 40
73275......;. 40^73310........ 40!73.rr« 20
75373 4075689.; 20 7:>6'J7 20
7f«»07 1000 7.928;;.'.'.... 20,760:>2 50
7C182 200i75243.-.,.-.V.' 4076.90 20
76353 40-.75355. .; .20 7647* 20
7«540 200.76940....."... 20.77'i_8 •' ?>
77257 4077*72.1-. ' 20'774?9 49
7745«^ 20 77.-47.;...... 1000i77.i39 4<>
77614 20177625.:...... 20'7767S 40
7759S 10077995. .-.;.... .40175055 100
75113 2i);7?127. ....... .J0J75262. ........ 100
7M13 .017?338i 4f> l 7S';is2 500
75715 20178739,. ...... 20J7S7W 20
7SSI4 20(78008... 20!75:*43 ¦ 20
71943...- 20 ! 78959 ........ 40]75304 40
7?303 407.351......... 1(V)79358 40
79611 160,79723;........ ¦ 201759U 20
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
100 numbers from 72332 to 72432 Inclusive, be-
ing SO numbers on each side of the number
drawing capital prize: of $30,000, $60. 100 num-
bers from 22351 to 23451 inclusive, being 50 num-
bers on each side of the number drawing capi-
tal prize of $20,000, $10. IUO numbers from
46416 to 46316 Inclusive, being 50 numbers or
each side of the number drawing capital prize.
of $10,000. $20. 799 numbers ending with 82, be-
ing the last two figures of the number drawing
the capital prize of $60,000, $20. 799 numbers end-
ing with 01, being the last two figure* of the
number drawing the capital prize of $20,000, $20.
No. 72352 draws first capital prize of $60,000.
sold in San Jose, Costa lUca. San Francisco,
Cal. ' - ¦-¦-. -.;...-¦¦ -.
No. 22401 draws second capital prize of $-0,000.
fold In New Orleans, La., Chicago, 111., Mexico
City. ./.
No. 46466 draws third capital prize of JIO.OOO,
Fold In San Francisco, Cal., New York City,
Zacatecas, Zac.
Nos. 49«6, 20009. 51Z70, 73307 and 77547 draw
each $10C0. sold 1n Port-au-Prince. Haytl. San
Francisco, Cal.. Havana, Cuba, New York City.
San Juan Bautlsta Tabasco, St. Louis. Mo..
Lima, Ohio, San Francisco, Cal.. New York
City, Mexico City. Havana, Cuba, St. Louis,
Mo., Cameron, Tex.
ANTONIO PEREZ ' >.
For the Treasury Department.
U. BASSETTI, Manager.
APOLINAR CASTILLO.
lntervenor.
AUCTION SALES
Church, where a requiem hlgb mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul at 9
o'clock. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
RALSTON— In Schenectady, New York. Decem-
ber SO. 1599. Louise Sumner. beloved wife of
Louis C, Ralston.
SCHINDLER— In Oakland, December 30, 1899,
William Theo. Schlndler. beloved and only
son of Henry and Amelia Schindler. a native
of San Francisco, aged 23 years 9 months and
8 days.
(CTFrionds and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited' to attend the funeral services
to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 o'clock, at the
parlors of the First Presbyterian Church, cor-
ner Fourteenth and Franklin streets. Oak-
land.
SCHULTHEISS— In this city. December 30. 1599,
Leonora N. Schulthelss, beloved daughter of
Mr*. Anna Spencer, a native of Petaluma-
Cal., aged 29 years and 4 months.
SHEA— In Denver, December 30, 1899, Thomas,
beloved son of Cornelius and Mary Shea, a
native of San Francisco, aged 15 years 6
months and 13 days.
WALL— In Alameda. December 30. 1893, Gen-
eral Joseph G. Wall, a native of Dublin, aged
73 years.
Ci7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 1536 Santa Clara avenue, under the
auspices of Oak Grove Lodge No. 215, F. and
A. M. Interment Mountain View Cemetery,
Oakland.
Weather Report.
O2oth Meridian— Pacific Time.)
BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 31. 18'JJ>^5 p. m. "
The following are. the seasonal rainfalls to
dete, as compared with those of. came date
last season, and rainfalls In last twenty-four
hours: ! ¦= ¦'¦¦_¦ \ . '. -< .
Last This .Last ¦
Stations— •• • J< Hours. Season. Season.
Eureka ,0.00 ¦ 0.00 11. 27.
Red Bluff -0.02 10.88 3.85
Sacramento... 0.02 \ 5.87 3.91
San Francisco 0.00. : 10.38 , • 4.00
Fresno ••- • «-W ¦•. 4.55 1.98
Independence 0.02 •-. 1.75 0.61
San Luis 0b15p0.*.... 0.00 10.34 i,«
Lob Angeles... Trace 3.40- • 0. 3d
San Diego: 0.00 1.94 -. 'LOS
Yuma :,} .*. 0.00 OJS • 1.32
San Francisco data: Maximum temperature
CS, minimum 48, mean63i- . - , ¦
WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL
FORECAST.
Cloudy and threatening weather prevails over
CALIFORNIA LIMITED
i S"nta Fe Route.
The fastest train, ninnlng over tne best r»n«
road, with the highest class accommodation*.
Connecting train leaves San Francisco at
J:00--p. m.
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY. BATUHDAT. |
' '-. Arriving In Chicago at 1:15 p. m. .
fRIDXTi BDND\T. TUK3DAT. WJDS23DAT.
OVERLAND EXPRESS
Every day In the year. Pullman Palao* an 4
Upholstered Tourist Cars leave C-kland Mol*
for Denver. Kansas City. Chicago and the Kaat i
>:80 p. m. ¦ ¦ ¦ # !
VALLEY ROAD
Between Stockton. Fresno, Hanford, Vltalla,
Tulars and Bakersfleld, furnlshei good loaal
•train service. ' . • • : ¦-¦
Ean Francisco office, 823 Market at., taUpboo*
Main 1531. ... ¦ . .
Oakland office. 1119 Broadway. .
Sacramento offle*. 201 J street.
San Jose office. .7 West Santa Clara rtr«et. '
HORTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD.
Via SMMUt* rtrry.
' • .Cornmenclng.-Uctober 1. ISB9.
FROM RAN FRAIs'CISCO TO MILL' VALLEY
'. • AN-D.SAM RAFAEL.
•WEJEK DAY&-r'7:oo. •9:30, U:i» a. m.; Its.'
•3:40. fclS, 6;00. «:30 p. m. ¦
EXTRA TRIPS— For Mill Valley and San Ra-
fael, on Mondays, ' Wednesdays and Saturdays,
at »:C0 and 11:30 p. m. *
SUNDAYS— »B:OO, •10:00, »ll:30 a. m.; MIS.
1:15, '4:45, «:30. 9:00 p. m.
Trains marked (•) run to San Qientln
FROM SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO
WEEK DAYS^€:2S. *6:». 7:45. »«:40 a m •
•1I:.O. 2:15. *3:40. «5:15 p. m. "
EXTRA TRIPS on Mondays. Wednesdays and
EaturAayp at <:4<) and 10:13. p. m.
SUNDAYS— «:2O. •»:«>. 'lO:^ '11:4s a m •
•1:40. *3:15. -«:45; »«:30 p, m.
Trains marked <•) start from San Quentln '
FROM MILL. VALLEY TO SAN FRANCISCO '
WEEK PAYS— 6:4S. «:45, 7:53. J:45 a. m• '
12:35. 2:33. >Al, 3:20 p. m.
EXTRA TRii-'S.on Mondays. Wednesdays and
Saturdays at 7:00 and 10:20 p. m.
. SUKDAY3-8:03. 10:05 •¦*: ra.; 12:06, 2:15. J:3O i
B:00. 6:45 p. m ' |
. .- THROUGH TRAINS. .
7:00 a % m. week- days— Cazadero and way stations i
t:4O p. m. Saturrtayp— Tomales and — ny stations^ I
8:00 a. m. Sundays— Tomales and way stations.]
V""^^ JDr. Gibbon's Dispensary,
-3_»@&H KEA B.\T ST. Established
WilV 1 _<«l ln **&¦* for the treatment of i'rlvate
t@kJUhi.Wm I>l«e«aes, Lost Mauho<^t Debility or
•wSsXJ'wißl 'llsease-jearlngoii bodrandnilndand
sl<l " niieaat-s. I'he floctorcures when
JJJyafaagCgl otber^fftll. Try him. C'hnrtres low.
r^SsaatEa! «'tir-»pnarj»nterd. Callorwrite.
Or. J. *'. (iIBUOA, Box 1037, 5 an ifraaciava
ARRIVED.
/•;,.. '•¦ , :: - Sunday, December 31.
Rtmr Scotta.' Jacobs. 19 hours from Albion. j
" Stmr Luplia: Miller, 66 hours from San Pedro,
via Carninterla 30 hour«. : •.
Stmr State of California, Gage, JD hours from
Portland, via Astoria 4S hours. .
Ktmr Arcata, Reed, 70 hours from Coos Bay.
Stmr Gipsy. Inland, 12 hours from Mosa
IvHiiillnc. • ' ' ¦ ' .', ;' . . - .••'
Stmr Bertha, Thomas', from Unga,- •.-¦¦.
Ger Bhlp. . Schwar«pnt>«k, NVcholal, . ,74 daya
from Xewrcastle. Aus. -.;_¦¦ : . • .
Br' ship Lyderhorrii. Weston, 131 days from
: "Br ship Aust're-Uan, Joliff, 182 days" from Car- :
dlff. ' ' ¦ '"' * . ; ' • ' • •:'•". ': ••
¦Ger. bark Blrma. Wredfi. • 68' days from Iqul
quc • * ' ¦ *- *¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ *•*'*'""¦.
' . .Br' bark Ihvprmay, '-. Lament,..- 1.67 daya from
¦' Fr • bark MarKuerite'.-Mollnas', \ Porcher; . 113
d'avs from Swansea. '.:.•.
¦ Schr Saararnento. Oni'nrel, 15 days from Tll-
Chrtitiansen, 12 day* from
Coquille River. • • ''¦-,¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ • ,' ''¦- :
Sffhr I>na' : Swea»ey, . Johnson, . 23 ¦ days, from
ManzanUlo.' '.'-••; ; ' -. ''¦¦¦':¦'.' ... '
Schr Mary C, M&dMn,. .10 hours from Tdrt
. B(ihr Nettle :L6w, • li<iw,. s Miours from. Point
Reyes.- V- ¦¦'¦.¦ ' _ ; '. .' ..¦..':'; '¦ .¦¦' '
SAILED. .¦.;¦' •¦¦ .'.--
'¦''¦'. '¦'•'. '.. -Sunday,' December 31.
Btmr PrOKreso, Zoiilfie, Taconia. .•••; • '
Bark Prussia. Jenson, Port BJakeley. '.- '
Bark Empire,'. Itnncke, -Pucef Sound.
Schr Ltzzle Prlen, Harisen. Coqullle River.
Schr Fortnn*. Lubbnr.- Eureka; ¦ . •:
TELEGRAPHIC,
POINT LO BOS,' Dec 31. lOlyp m-rWeather
cloudy; wind SE, velocity 26 miles.' • -.
SPOKEN
• P«r Ger BhlD Schwafzenbek— Dee 23. lat 85 W
N»-loh 133 43 Wi'Br ship showing letter* P M
OW. ' •-• :¦¦¦ .;.- 'I :•'.; - •: ... . '• -•¦- ¦
DOMESTIC PORTS,
ASTORlA^Arrlved Deo 31-rStmr ; Columbia,
hence" Dec 2?.- '. ' ' -. " . ',
Sailed D<jo 31— Ger s.hip. Wandsbek and Ger
•bark Seestern,, for t}ue»«nslown.\c -. .
• SEATTLE— Arrivecfpec 31— Stmr WHlamette.
hence Dec .28;.- .; .'. >-. . -¦• •¦
Sailed Dec 31r-Stmr A I XI. for Dyea; stmr
Maclclnaw, for San Francises. :
• ¦• SOUTH BEND— Arrived Dec . 31— Schr Pio
neer, hence Dec : 24. ¦ ¦ .
REDONDO— SaiIed Dec 31— Sehr Mildred, for
"poVrr TOWNSEND— Arrived Dec 31— Bktn
Quickstep, from Kahulul-.' • ¦ •.
Paileu DecJ 31— Br stmr Glenople. ¦ f of .
VENTURA— Arrived Dec 31— Stmr Geo Loo
mis. hence, Dec 30.- ' • '..
Sailed Dec 81— Stmr Geo Loomls. for Alca
traz -Island. '-"..¦. -.
TACOMA— Arrived - Dec.; SI— ShlD Columbia,
hence Dec 23; aliwell. ...
Sailed Dec 31— Uktn Newsboy, for Ban Pedro.
BAN DlEGO— Sailed : Dec 3— Stmr Weßtport,
for San Francisco. :¦ ¦ :¦¦¦¦"¦
PORT GAMBLE— Sailed Dec 31— Sehr Cornet,
for San Pedro. • •••' . •¦/.-. ;'
OCEAN STEAMERS.
NEW YORK— Arrived Dec 31— Stmr La Nor
mandle. from Havre.-..- ¦
Railed Dec 31— Stmr W>rra. for Genoa, etc.
SOUTHAMPTON — Arrived Dec 31 — Btmr
Southwark, from New York, for Antwerp.
QUEENSTOWN— SaiIed Dec 31— fitmr Luca
nla, from Liverpool, for New York.
HALIFAX, N S— Arrived Dec 31— Stmr Paris
ian, ¦ from Liverpool, and sailed for. Portland.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEI
S II Wood, Spokane
J H Doyle. Vallejo
G H Graves. New York
W C Re van & w, N J
C H Klrkler, Vlsalla
C M Hoover. P Costa
J A Saeur, 8 Rafael
W H Church & w. Oak
O D HI shop & w. Oak
O H Jeffress & w. Oak
XV F Jeffress & w. Oak
H Hart. Vallejo .
C H Linden & w, Cal
E T Gould. Stanford
W D Tlllotson, Reddng
Mrs R J Brown. Mass
M Thompson. Wls
J Cron'n. w & c.Wash
Miss Farley, fipokane
Miss Blsbee. Yreka
Mrs F A -Anterioneth,
Yreka ¦
P Lyons. New York
P Taylor, Texa*
J M Frosker; La
M F plllon. Port Costa
F W Butterman. Cal
W I^ Pritchnrd & w.
Pacramemo
Dr J Jarvis, Riverside.-
H D Dennlck. Vallejo
W McDonald. L Ang
P Antzen, ! Hoaqulm
E R Brady, Hoaquim
A M Stowe & w, Cal
3 G Miller, Kacto
I»r J S Menefee.Arcata
P W Morse. Watson vl
S N McLauclln & w,
Moss Lending
F Kteele. lianford
C M Thamler & w, Chg
C G Barett & w, Sacto
G Middledltch & w,
Waterloo ¦
T Wanderer & w. Cal
Q Banner & w. Cal
3 A Uence, Vallejo
H Dick. Chlcaco
H Raden. Fresno
C L Russell. Tulare
Mips E Russell. Tulare
H L Galeman. Portlnd
F. r> Haddock & w. Cai
O A Clark & w, Cal
C C Pafre. L Ang
C G Weiss & w. Marel
Wll Lumsden. R Rosa
O Tliompsoh, Oakland
W E Porry,- Petaluma
D J Ilealey & w. Cal
A T Holmes; Newark
C Lemmp. Newark . ¦
I.I.: A :Kmith.- Astoria -
W Lbftus & w. Cal
PALACE HOTEL.
J C Kemi> Yon Ee.iJ H Hill, Bacramenta
Hodßon ' .-.• S M Samstas; N V
n D Hoswell. Or B Thotna*. N V •
Mrs Boswell. Or . L L Rosenthnl. NY.
M.Hofetadt, Alaska W.H Murphy, Stanford
W W Chapln, Pactp C E Haxelton. -I'a
E W Clayton, San Jose Mrs Hazelton, Pa "•
C B Kaufman, Mfinlo J H Harbour, S DSego •
Mrs Kaufman. Menlo O E Meyer. New York
F'M flmrer. Chicago |G H Chance, Portland
H Uurkhardt. ChlcaKolC W Strlne. Pa
J D Smith. Cal Mrs s«trln«. Pa . ''•
W A Pownlnß, Cal E S Potter. Stanford
D L Hackett, Car ' A J Moxham.Australla
L Blue. British Col A L Kru*er, St Lofcls
Mrs Hlue, British Col D W Klrkland, L'Ang
A P Thalhelmer, Mo G L Shoup, %V'ashrigton
A E <Se R!cfrle3, Colo C D Clark, Waehngton
J Loeb. San Jose B Hermann, WashnKtn
vV" Watt. Stanford Gen C F Alnsworth.-
C R Paul, Chlcajro < Washington :=: =
J Biachel. New York |Dr F X AlnsTrorth. Los
C E Bur«r. loHi'a I Anceleg ;
L:iurn Flser, Chicago N O Murphy, Aria
Baron KodIT,-. Germany I • ' . - ¦ ..•.;..;•. ::.
NETC WESTERN' HOTEL.
E 8 Dygon, J?ta Rosa A JLyberij A w, L Ang
S Howard, Fresno J O Walker. Oregon
~V\'L Evans, Seattle II Mann, Oregon . '
F H I'rinile, Seattle W Caldweil Se w. Or
S C Mum* & fm.Wash|J Jones. Oregon
G » Miirns, Wash IF I> Canender. Chlc^o
S Winters. .Merced C J Hepwor.th. Clvrdle
J Kelly, :>lartlnei: U F Nix & W, Pacto
F Herße'g,- Crockett E II Rlvett, Saotq
C Peck, Callejo ¦ |W J Stewart ft. w.ldhQ
A G SauAders, Alamdl
DIVIDEND notice— The Oerman Savings and
IjO»si Prwletj'. tSt Califprnta ft.— For the half
year •rnuirag Itecember ?t, ISS9. a dividend has
teen declar-J et the rate cf four <4) per cent
p*r fc.r.::uin on terra deposits and three and
« ne-th!rd i' 3 1-S) r>er sect i-er annum on ordl-
r.ary fleposlts. fr«* cf t«x«i. payable on Ini
fcfter Tuet-ai. January 2. IJOO.
GCO. TOL'KST, Eecret*-y.
IJJ\ !l)i;\U NOTICES.
DIVIDEND notice— Pec-Jrtty Eavicgs Bank. 222
•Mor.tFori-.ery et.. Milis bulidlng— For the half-
y-nr erjdlns December 30, !&:•:), dividends on
term decoeits at the rate cf three and six-
tenths (3 6-10) per cert per ar.uum.and on or-
dinary <3ex>o#it»i at the rate of three (J) p«r
cent per annum, free of taxes, will be pay-
able oa and a.'ier January 2. ISOO.
¦ S. L. ABBOT JR.. Secretary.
OFFICE of the Jliberr.la Paving* and Loan So-,
clety. cor. -I-rlut. ilcAll'.stor and Joaen sts.,
San Trancieco, I>ec. £3. .S9S.— At a regular
tn#t?tir.« cf tt.« Board of Directors of this so-
cUty-held THUS DAY a dividend has been
d«-ciared at tfae rate of three end one-quarter
ft 3 rx»r cent i>er annum en all 4erK<rlts fnr
the ejx rr.ccth# ending December 31. 1599. fre-;
frbCV &.1- taxes arul-trt.j-ai.l* un _n.i.*Jtt»r J_n»
-an- 1. IS- ¦•¦>. ROBISRT J. TOBIN. Secretary. ;
SAVINGS and I>oan Society, ICI Montgomery
ft.', fl'.v!der.d notice — The board of directors
declared a dividend for the term end-
Ing Preer-ber SL ' IS?9, st the rate of
three and fixty one-hundredth* (3.60) per
cent per annum on term deposits, and three
<S) per cert per annum on ordinary deposits,
free <jf taxes, cr«d payable on and after Janu-
•ry 2. l*<».
Dividend* not railed for are added to an!
bear the name rate of dividend a* the prin-
cipal fn>ni and after January L 1300.
CYHVg \V. CAK.MAXT.
Iit'MBOLDT Savings and Loan Societr. II
Geary ft.— The OrMtOl have tiet-Isred the fol-
lrm-lr.g *err.l-anr-jal Alvlde&ds: 3.60 per cent
per ennum on tertn and 3 per cent per annum ]
tin ordinary deposit*, psjatle on and after
JKHsary 2, -|;>OO. KIIKKST BItAKD, Sec. !
TO ARRIVE.
OWL'S CHRISTMAS.
The Christmas dinner at the Bohemian
Club Saturday night was a pronounced
success In general and creditable in every
detail of service, decoration and cere
mony. It was the third notable achieve
ment of Vanderlynn Stow's administration
bs president of the club. The other two
successful functions were the midsum
mer high jinks and the Christmas jinks.
Two hundred and fifty members Joined
in the feasting Saturday evening. The
table was spread in the new Jinks room.
The ceremonial programme was of this
fashion: '.- ;',; ',
Procession of robed censer boys and choristers,
followed by Chorus Master 11. -J. Stewart,
leading the club members, headed by Presi
dent Vanderlyr.n Ftow. High Priest G«orge T.
Bromley and the Directory. Choristers sing
carol— "Good Christian Men Rejoice."
Soup is served. J
Steward (followed by servant bearing flsh.
chef accompanying).
The swan, borne aloft by servants, follows the
choristers, who sing:
"God rest you. merry gentlemen."
Choristers enter." Caroline—
"Caput aprl defero
, Redens laudes Domino!"
and the cooks bring In the hoar's head.
Hearers bring In the baron of beef; choristers
sing carol— "Cradle Seng."
Plum pudding, garnished with holly and mis
tletoe, ablaze, borne on the shoulders of the
cooks; orchestra playing.
The steward ushers in the wassail bowl, lights
It, and eerves the members.
WASSAIL!
Carol— "Here we come a-wassalllng."
No programme was ever executed to
the letter In the club. The main departure
on this occasion was insistence by the
feasters that the chef should make a
speech. The fact that he responded in
French did not diminish the volume of
enthusiasm. ¦'¦';.'¦
Frederick Warde, the chief after-dlrftiT
speaker, was followed by Uncle George T.
Bromley, who spiced his eloquence with
song. ¦>;¦:.;
;t;OO— WILL Nell quick for $42uC; flae corner
residence; lot CxITS; * rooms: up to date.
E E. BL'NCE. 40S Umsdway. Oakland.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Agnes V. Nolan (Holt) to Orvllle D. Baldwin,
lot on SE corner of Sacramento and Scott
strvets, X 81:3' by 8 100; $10.
C. B. and Daisy B. Hobson to Max J. Brand-
enstein. lot 'on X line of Sutter street, 204:8 W
of Lyon, W 23 by S 95; $10.
Columbian Banking Company to M. V. Cour-
tols,- lat on N line of Waller street, 87:8 W of
Central avenue (Lott). W 23 by N 100. quit-
claim deed; $10.
John G. and Elizabeth Adams to A. I_ Ed-
wards, lot on XV line of Cole Ftreet. 125 S of
Oak. S 2.'» by W 106:3: $10.
Gorman Savings and Loan Society to Isaac
Anderson, lot on E line of Pierce street, 241 S
of Waller, S 60 by E 91:3. lots 14 and 13, block
2. Marion Tract (Ho?D!tal Lot): $10.
Pora C. ininshee to Willis A. Punshee, lot
on N line of Nineteenth street. 60 W of Church.
W 25 by N 100 ; $0.
Builders' Contracts.
Leah Meyer- and Carrffl Ackerman (owners)
with California Concrete Company (contract-
ors'), architect 11. J. Lyon— Excavation, grading,
brick work, concrete, cfment loors, garden
walks and sidewalk, on Broadway, for a three-
story and basement frame residence on NW
corner of Van Ne?p avenue and Broadway, N
90:6 by W 105:3: total, $2S;O.
Same owners witn William Knowles (con-
tractor), architect came— Timbers and framing,
carpenter work, rough and finished lumber,
galvanized iron and tin work, lathing and
plastering, interior flnlsh?3 and mill work, man-
tels and tiling. Interior stairs, glass and glaz-
lne. fixtures, hardware, dumb waiters. Iron
work, etc., *__! "»• on same; total, 114.300.
Same owner with G. A. Pettcrson (contrac-
tor), archltpct ?ame— Palntlnc, etc., for same
on jam*. Total,' $1100.
Crocker Kstste Company (owner) with J. R.
Tobln (contractor), architects Tharp & Holmes
— Plasterln*. cementing work., etc.. for a seven-
Ptory and basement iron, brick, stone and terra
cirtta building on lot on NW corner of Post and
Gardner streets. N 137:6. W 11?:6. S 50, E 13:6,
S S7:«. E 99. Total. $7470.
Same owner with ¦ Otis Elevator Company
(contractor), architects wme — One passenger
and ore freleht elevator for same on same.
Total. J3250.
xlaffle at Stelling Bros.' Grocery.
THE winning ticket In the raffle for a gold
watch at Stelllng; Bros.' grocery, cor. Four-
teenth and Noe sts.. Is No. ML . ; : . :
OAKL.C\D REAL ESTATE.
L£O— CHOICE lots frortinc on FnilH-aJe aye.,
rear br^a! rauce loca". ; former price was
$."00, but have been authorized to se'.l these
at «tbov« prlc«; th'.s is just about cne-third
«.hst they are w^rth; )r.ve!<tiE_te and Eat:s-
r»- yooraelt Gj:o. B. M. GRAY.
• - 4M Ninth St.. Oakland:
OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
OFFICE— QOS BROADWAY.
DCRKELEV Ui;U. ESTATE.
T^O.?aj? — 10 rcoms; modern; r.ear station; 1
rrJtrjieF to VrAv*rrity ; price J2500; ea«y terms.
FRKKfE A CODDINGTON. Berkeley Station.
BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS
MONDAY. JANUARY 1.
ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS.
.VLAMKDA HRAL ESTATE.
II4f9— LOT 2Cxl-3: ccttore B rooms and bath;
*trcet -rork _cne; eacy term*.
ISfJO— Lpt ECxJ<5: fine eottajce: 5 larte room.
r.nd^bath: worth JlTiOO: only $100 cash, balanc*
I2S per month; erect cr.ap.
fl3f«— Let 40x1.'*: Morton rt.. between rail-
road?: r.ear Btuticn and school; tanfisofce. new
rott&«e at t rooms and' bath; Jito and tti per
xnor.th.
ZZtlC— Lr* tTxIM; l-story h?u«e of S roorni and
ta!h: Aiameia are., rear Morton-et. (tta'.loa;
*a«r terms.
rssof>— Tyt <rTi:O: fine new J-str-r hnu»«. %
r-^osis enfl bath: Morton rt.. near statlm* and
•rhoc>!c: l-l-O cn*b. balance ISO per month.
IS6CO— Li-t 7. r xl^s; en main avenue; <*cttar.
I rocrns and bath; rrett t«rcain; iiauses to let
in all pr.-u or Aiarr.efla. - ¦ ••• ' ¦
H. P. MOHEAL * CO .
Uii Park et . Alameda. Cat
PRODUCTION OF GOLD.
Frank A. Leach, superintendent, and
Charles G. Yale, statistician of the United
States Mint, have prepared a preliminary
statement, based on receipts at the Mint
and other bullion depositories on this
coast, which shows that California pro
duced in 1899 gold to.tho amount of $15.
000,000 and silver to $036,000. The increase
over last year Is $561,406 in pold and- J?20,
606 in silver. This Is somewhat unexpected
in view of the record "dry year" through
which the State has just passed. A num
ber of new mining enterprises have been
inaugurated nnd these, with the increase
from the south, have more than made up
the deficiency caused by the lack of water
in the older mining regions. Meantime
advantage has been taken of the low
stage of water to repair and extend
ditches and reservoirs, all of which j will
have an influence in an increased supply
of water and consequently a larger output
of Rold and silver for 1900.
Messrs. Leach and Yale have also pre
pared a corresponding- estimate of the
output of Alaska mines during 1599, which
shows that the territory has doubled its
gold product over the previous year. The
record for 1599 is: Gold, J4.917.521, and sil
ver %S2 «<so, as compared with an output
of gold of- $2,517,121 and of silver of $49,
152 In IS9S. This shows an increase for
the year of $2,400,700 in gold' and $33,728
tilver, or a total of $2,434,428. It should
be stated that the returns of the United
States Assay Office at Seattle are includ
ed in this statement as well as those of
the United States Mint and private de
positories.
An attempt has been made In connection
with the Alaska output to. segregate the
amounts of gold received so as to approx
imately determine the yield of the new
gold fields at Cape Nome, about which
many conflicting- ' statements have been
made. It is found that of the total output
of Alaska $2,405,&30 gold and $3335 . silver
came from the beach and placers. of Cape
Nome and vicinity.
In IS9B out of a total gold product of
$11,038,478. from the Klondike $414,295 Was
taken to Eastern mints and assay offices
and not deposited on this coast. A pro
portionate amount has doubtless been
taken East this year, which may be add
ed to the estimate »iven. When all the
statements of mints, refineries, assay
offices, etc., are received from all over
the United States, the figures of the out
put of the year -will no doubt be somewhat
larger than those given. . . . •
THE CALL CALENDAR
January, 1900
LOTTERY DBAWING.
OFFICIAL DRAWING
LOTTERY
BENEFIciiIDBLICA.
The one hundred and thirty-first ordinary
monthly drawing. Class "M," drawn In the
City of Mexico, on December £9, 1599.
SPECIAL NOTICE— The public is cautioned
to beware of concerns claiming to operate lot-
teries In the City of Mexico, or at any other
point in the Republic of Mexico, as all nuch
concerns are fraudulent. The lottery of the
Beneflcencia Publica Is the only one author-
ized and Indorsed by the Mexican National
Government. Beware of spurious Imitation*
and see that all tickets are signed by A. Cas-
tillo, lntervenor, and U. Bassettl, manager, as
none others are genuine.
-.--:/ — ¦ ¦ , ¦ ¦
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96 40 S2O .0 372 40
402 100 771 20 813 20
874 100 1050 100 1175 100
1235...4.... 2fr 1270 20| 1341 20
1366 ¦ 20 1514 40| 1527 20
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1*79.. 20 IS6I 40 2344 20
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2i'H. ....... 20| 3054 101 iU3 20
3175 2u| 3300........ 'M\ 35C0. ..:.... 20
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8971 20 3572. 40 i 4023 20
4121 40 4243 40| *'*'13 20
45?8... 20 473« 401 «<35 20
4SIB 20 4894 201 4966 1000
4967 20 6096 " 20! &U9 20
5165 40 5184 I'OJ 534S 20
6452 20 5536.. 20; 5540 20
6636 20 571S .Oj 6749 20
5562 100 5900........ 40: 6032 40
6037 40 6153 20 1 6191 20
6200 40 6233 100} 6401 .0
666S 20 8705 IOOj 6801 20
6896 20 7088........ 2i| 7353 100
7467 40 7533 lOrtj 7977 40
8033 600 5054 20 8141 20
8143 40 8209 20 8466 20
BCI4 40 8643 ' 20(8690 100
5698 40 8771 20i 8841 20
8853 40 8862 40, (918 20
9013 20 »054 20| 9070 200
9107 20 5137 20i 9144.. 20
9380 100 *4«1 4U. 9515 100
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13107 20113187 100 13211 40
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Mrs. Nellie Batten, a native of New York,
aged 69 years 11 months and 29 days.
CHURCH— I"n this city, December 30. 1899,
Charles J. Church/ beloved 'husband of Lil-
lian Gummer Church, a native of Berkshire.
England, aged 2S years 7 months and 14 days.
(Baltimore papers please copy.)
CFuneral this day (Monday), -t J
o'clock, from his late residence, 133* Fulton
rtre.t. Interment private. I. O. O. F. Ceme-
tery.
! DEKHAM— A solemn requiem anniversary mass
ut Ft. Dcminic's Church Tuesday morning.
January J. at 9 o'clock, for the late Rev. J.
H. Derham. O. P.
BASTLKO— In this city. December 30. 1899, Bar-
tholomew Kasttnc, beloved husband of Mary
J. Easting, snd father of James M.. Clarence
. K. and Carrie Eastinc and Mrs. B. F. Mc-
Leod nnd Mrs. H. Peterson, ns-ed 74 years..
CurFri^nds and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, S3. Sixth street. Interment Masonic
Cemetery.
FEEHAN-In this city. December 30. 18». Wil-
liam, beloved husband of Ellen Feehan. and
father of SlsteT M. Hympborosa, Sister M.
litnedicta and Edmond T.. James B. and
Katheryn Feehan, 1 a native of Tipperarj'.
IrtJand. aired 74 years.
PTTh* fun»ral will take p'.ace this day
(Monday) at J:3u o'clock, from his late resl-
Oence, 443 Page street, thence to Sacred Heart
Church, where a solemn high mass will be
celebrated for the rcp.'Se of his soul, com-
mencinc at 9 o'clock. Interment private.
Please emit flowers.
FISCHER-In th'.s city. December 8L 1895.
Louis Fischer, a native of Germany, aged
22 years.
FRAPER— In this city. December 30. 1899, Mar-
¦ caret A., de.irlv beloved wife of Roderick
Fracer und mtth»r of Mrs. H. J. Ellis and
FHr.Hbeth nn-J George Fmser. a native of Liv-
o"rp r "il. England, aged :3 years 5 months and
1* days.
C7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
¦ Tuesday), at l:S0 o'clock, from her late resl-
• dence., .19 Dolores Etrcet. . Interment Masonic
Cemetery. PV-ase omit flowers.
GILBERT— In this city, December SI. 1599.
Rosalie Marcu«rite. dearly beloved daughter
of Robert J. and Marguerite B. Gilbert (nee
Sephey). a£ed 2 months and 1 day.
CT Notice cf funeral hereafter.
GILLF..= PIE--In this city, Decomber 30. ISO 9,
I'ntrivk, beloved hus-hand of the late Ann
GillwDie. end father of Mm. M. J. Conboy,
Mrs. M. W. O'Dea. James. Mazgie and Let-
He Oillesple nnd the late Mrs. 'James F.
Moran and Annie Glllessle, a native of Ire-
iur.d. fitted 72 years.
tT-TThe funeral will take place this day
(Monday), at 1:2-0. o'clock, from his late rest-
dence. 212 Clir.ton Park, between Thirteenth
oral Fourteenth streets,, thence to Mission
Dolores Church frr services at ? o'clock. In-
terment Mount Calvary Cemetery-
GILLIGAN— In Visltacion Valley. December 30,
18?», Christopher Olllipan. dearly beloved hus-
band of Susan Gilllean, beloved father of
Mrs. 11. H. Perm. Mrs. J. H. Boese. Mrs. R.
C Romer, Mrs. T. C. Towns and Mar}-, Susie,
Thonjat". Edward and Christopher Gllligan
Jr., and grandfather of Mamie, Jennie and
Charles GllliKan, a native of County Meath,
Ireland, aged 75 years and 5 days.
C-TFrlonds and acquaintances are resi>ect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock, from his late resl-
dence, Visltacion Valley, near Sail Bruno
road, thepce to ft. John's Church (old St.
Mary's <^;!e«re). Mission r^nd. where a sol-
omn requiem high mass will be celebrated for-
the repc.ee of his soul, commencing at 10:39
o'ek-ck. Interment Holy Gross Cemetery, by
carriage. •--,-,
GVMMEL— In this city. December 30. W.
Louisa Maria, dearly beloved wife of the late
Peter Gi-mmel. mother of Henry. JuHus and
Albert and of the late Qustave Gummel. and
B randm.<ther of Charles, Julius. Lnul»a. Leo-
nore and Henry Gumr-.el. a native of Lor-
raine. France, aped Cfi years 9 months and 26
day*. (New Orlrans papers please copy.)
(fyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day ¦
• Monday), at 1:30 o'clock, from her late resi- ]
dence. 5 Telegraph place, off Greenwich
street, between Dunont nnd Kearny. Inter-
mer.t Laurel Hill Cemeterr-
SAN FRANCISCO FRAUEN VEREIN— The
officrs and funeral committee are hereby
notifiedto assemble at their meeting rooms.
Druids' Hall. 41J Sutter street, this day
(Monday at 12 o'clock, to attend the funeral
of our "jate member.. Mrs. L. Gummel. ' B?
order MRS. ANNA SUHR. President.
MRP. -ANNA MAAS. Secretary.
HANDRICKS— In this city, December 30, 1833,
Frank Handricks. a native of Germany, aged
6S years.
HARKINS— In this city. December SI. 1899.
fadie Ellen, beloved daughter of Rose and
the let* Joseph Hsrklns. a native of San
Francisco, aped 4S years 6 months and 6 days..
HAFSEN— In this city. December 31. 1559. Ellen
Hasjeiy-a native of New Jersey, aced 44
years, "i
CTlnterment private.
HEFFERNAX— In this c!ty. December 30, 1539,
Jam**, beloved husband of Mary Heffernan.
a native of County Tipperarj'. Ireland, aged
73 years. :
C-TFimeral private this day (Monday), at
12:30 o'clock, from his late residence. 1310
Mission street. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
tery.
KANE-In this city, December 29. US9, Michael
Kane, belnved brother of John and Maurice
Kane, a native of the City of Waterford. Ire-
¦ land, aged 42 years. (New York papers please
EJ^Friends and acquaintances and members
of the Pacific Coast. Marine Firemen's Union
nr » r-spectfully Invited to attend the funeral
this day (Monday), at 9 o'clock, from the
funeral parlors of McGinn Brus., 31 Eddy
Ktreet. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
LYONS— In this city. December 30, ISP3. Wini-
fred, beloved daughter of John and Catherine
Lyons, sister of Ellen. Patrick, Mary,. Mar-
garft, Catherine and Michael Lyons, and
olec* of Patrick and I>avid Conway, a na-
tive cf Ballyvllla. parish of Bacon, County-
Mayo, Ireland, afred I' 3 years and 3 months.
(New York papers please copy.)
C7" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
'Monday), at 9 o'clock, from the parlors of
MeAvoy & Co., 1235 Market street, between
i;i_hth and Ninth, thence to. St. Brendan's
Churrh, where a solemn requiem mass will
be ceiebrafd for the repot" of her houl.
commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
UcGART- In this city. December 30, 1R99, Ed-
ward McGary. beloved husband of Alice Me-
<*ary, and father of Mr?. Samuel Poorman.
Mrs. William H. White. Mrs. J. IT. Hastings
and James. Charles E. and Edward McGary.
& native of County Derry, Ireland, a«ed 77
year*. " i " '* ; -. •
G^yFriond* and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited" to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at 5:45 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, lbas Mission street, thence to St. Igna-
tius Church, where a solemn requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at S:3O o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery, by train.
MKADE— In this city. December 31. 1899. Mabel
Anr.a Meade. " beloved daughter of Anna
Meade and the late George W. Meade, a na-
tive of Saa Francisco. apM 11 years.
CT'Frlends are respectfully invited to at-
tend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at !
o'clock, from the residence of her mother.
' J3.r, Sacramerto street..
MITCHKLL— In this' City. December 3". ISM.
Willlajn J. M.. bvloved husband of Bessie J.
Mitchell, and father of Alice Kate Mitchell,
a native of Cornwall. England, ajred 47 years
b months and 8 days.
CTFrle-nds and acquaintances are regret-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
. (Tuesday), at I o'clock, from the Masonic
Temple, corner Post and Montgomery ftreets,
ur.3er the aurplces of Excelsior Lodpe No.
If.* F. aad A. M. Interment Masonic Ceme-
tery. ':-'
M«~>RAN— In Berkeley. Cal.. December 30. IS??,
CJeoru* C. 8., eon of John P. and Elizabeth
Mcran. a native of Berkeley. Cal., aced 8
years 5 month"! and 3 days. One brother less
In a family of nine children.
tTTriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral fiervlces
t'>-morrow. (Tuesdny). at 2 o'clock, ut the resi-
dence of the parents. 1710 Lincoln street.
Berkeley. : . ¦ •
MUIRHKAD— In thl* city, December 30/ 1899.
John B. Muirhead. dearly beloved husband of
I,ouisa M. Muirhead. a native of Hamilton.
Canada, aeed 44 years and 8 months. (Vic-
toria. B-. C. and Toronto papers please copy.)
|T7"Frl*ndn and afqualntances and members
of the Pioneer RowinK Club are respectfully
iJivllc-d*- to attend the funeral to-morrow
<Tu*«day). from Bcottlsh Hall. Larkin street,
¦where "services will be held at 1 o'clock.
Cremation L O. O. F. Cemetery,
i DAY— In th'.n city, December 30, 1539. Ed-
ward J., beloved eon of John and Katie
O'Pay. and brother cf Willie. Mamie. John-
t.:t, TesFie-. Lulu, Frank, Ruth, Joseph, Rob-
ert and Harold O'Day, a native of San Fran-
c!«co. _«eij 12 years and X months. (Portland,
Or.. i>ai>ers please cory.)
%jrVritn&% and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral this day
(Monday), at 8 o'clock, from the residence
Ot tl"> rarTim. CSV. Jessie street, thenoe to
Pt. Patrick* Church Tor servlcec. Interment
Hnly CroM Cfmotery.
PKTKRSEN— In this city, December SI. H?S
Lauritz Peterf«>n. brother of Mrs. M. A. Mad-
Fen, end nephew of Mr. and Mr*. N P
Peterson, a native of Kan Francisco, aged
Jl -years.
Qt'IGLEY— In this city. December 30 1599,
George. bPlovM husbarid of the laTe Hridget
QutKl^y. and ;ovln»r father of John. Mamie
Hannah and Teret-a Qulßlpy. a native of the
parish of Clonmany. County Donegal. Ire-
land. RCed CS years.
(TTTrierids and a^ualntances are n>ppect-
fnlly Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Tuesday), at »!:S0 o'clock. Trom hln late resl-
<lonc#. BU Bryant *tr-»t. thenc* to Pt Rose's
' LOTTERY DRAWING.
spnciAr tvoticks.
• v -l_.rs- ¦¦rtTEU ITKfclLlXG'fi r'.le nalvf. tl rer
jfWx ; . "warrftriUKl to Cur«!ft!l i_*»>« of b>edinjt.
:-itrM > '.*. ; . ¦•i'xtpfha], intirrEal or protrudlr.g
'><t*l«Jl'Mit&o»st Tail, nn matter o? how lor.«
¦"; Ft».!'.isi'ce.' i ; ILJS Devi«sden) Ft., near Sutt»r.
.^BOQi'fi. .'papered ircr.i J3: whltenivj. II up;
;. ; - riir.Ur.g- drTij. H;_-tnian Taint Co.. JIJ Third.
}::\:> teraiits frtt" M: r^llecHonn made
•; f:',S- rr jcauntn-. PACIFIC COIJ-ECTIOX CO.
;,-*\o MoTirg-omcrA' >?.. ronm« S-10; trl. tr,?O.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1900.
the country west of the Rocky Mountains.
Scattering light rains have fallen over Wash
ington. Oregon and portions of California.
The pressure has fallen rapidly along the
coast from San- Francisco northward during the
afternoon, indicating the approach of another
storm from the ocean.
The temperature has risen in the Upper Sac
ramento Valley and fallen over Eastern Idaho;
slsevi-bere It has remained nearly stationary.
Conditions are favorable for rain quite gener
ally over California and rain or. snow over Ne
vada "and Utah Monday. • /
Forecast made at San Francisco for thirty
hours ending midnight January 1:
Northern California.— Rain Monday; fresh to
brisk southerly wind.
Southern California— Cloudy, with rain Mon
day: fresh southerly wind. -• ,. r .-::, ¦.") .."T
Nevada — Rain or snow Monday.
Utah— Rain or snow Monday; warmer.
Arizona— Cloudy, with enow in north portion
Monday.
San Francisco and vicinity— Rain Monday;
fresh to brisk southerly wind.
G H. WILLSON.
Local Forecast Offliclal.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
MUST BE SOLD.
AUCTION SALE
OF
THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THE VAN
NESS BOARDING STABLE. •
510 VAN NESS AYE.
JAMES THOMPSON, Proprietor.
Comprising well broken business, road and ,
track horses; also buggies, carts and coupe*,
robes, harness, whips and a fine assortment of
racing boots, etc. *.--:* ~\
To be sold on premises at 11 a. ra.
TO-MORROW.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1900.
¦ '. CHASE A MENDENFIALL.
1732 Market, st. Livestock Auctioneers.
BATLROAD TRAVEL.
IN 3 DAYS
mm. VIA. ..
; Chicago, Union Pacific
. ... AND ...
Northwestern Line
I»sry Day la Ujs Tnr htm 3ia TruolMt
AT 8:30 A. M.
Balst, Saokiaj and Lftriry C»r>, vltk
¦• UtUt.
Denkh Dr»»iaf-rooa Slttpisg Oars.
Dining Cars— msals a U earta.
Brtakfut in Diner oa Le»»!ng Oakland Fler.
Dally Taroagi Tesrl»t Csr to Caieaga Wiiiaat
Ch»ngi %t 8:30 P. K.
¦ • It. H. HITCHIE,
«J Hey Kontgemery St. Sea. Agt. P»ei2« Ctwt,
Pilaw Eetel. BAH rttASCI3CO.
sorxnr.Rf pacific conriXT.
'.. :-. •/•.-." (f/ICiriO »TWT«f.>
Trmlni le>i»v« i»n«l arc tin* to arrive •»
MAN l'-|t.%M4'lK«'4>.
(Ma'.n Line, Foot of Sburkel Streel)
leaVK — From DxcTMßtrn 15, 1330. — ariuti
•~:OO* Bcnicla, Snlsun, Elmlxa, VacsTUe,
RtunacjanJ Sacr!»tncuio. *7i4Sp
•7:00 a Shasta Express— Dafij, WUlows.
: . Re«l Bluff, Portland *7:ISr
*7i3Oa. Martinez, SsaHaiuon.Va.Hcjo. Napa,
Calistcgaau'is.inta X -a *0:lSr
*Si3o* The Orerliml LlmileJ — Ogden, Den-
ver, Omaha, Chicago *9 • I-1 r
••¦Be>* R»u Jot". Llrerajore. .Stockton,
love, .Saeramcutu. 1 1:»r rvi.l<\
Jlarystille, Chlco, Ue.llilnlF •-liMp
•NiSOa •Milton. Oatdalean-l Honor* M>l.lr
•O:O«» HajTranla. Nilts ant Way Stations. *l I : «»*
•»:O«a Davia, Woodland. Knishts Landing.
MarySTille. OroTllle «7:15p
• ft:0O» Atlantic i:«pres9— Ojdon and Kast '0: IS*
•9:00 a Alaitincz, Trie;, Lathrop, Stockton,
Mero-il an<l Vrcsuo •12:13*
•»<«•* PortCosU, Iresuo. .Mt.Jsfo aud l.ua -
Ant|cU-!i ¦ # O:-I3»
• lOiOOa Vsll.j.i. Martinez and Way Station* # C: I.lf
•I I:OO\ iluywarOs. Niles ami Way Stations. *3: 13»
•ia:O<lM Nllcs. LirrTinore, RtocFiton, Hacra-
mento, Afcndota, 1 1_i.f r .l, Vijili*,
PcrUrtillo -liinv
fliOOp SACramento IMfcr Stcnmert t*"'"»P
rf 3:O«r licTwxcxlt. Niks acd Way Siatlons. ••¦»: I3p
•4:«»P MnrtineK, Han lCamoa, Vallejo,
Na^a. «;«liiiti.ua. Santa Koga *»il3*
•••••Or Benlclo, VacaTlllo, Naeramento,
Woo<llaml, Kntsali J^iudlnz.
MarysTlll.-, Or.niiio- «1»:43*
*l:3npNlles.Ksn.lo!:oai»lSt<:c:ktoD a 7il3p
•3:OOpTl)a Oirl Limited- -Trary, Freroo.
lUkrnliclil, >air,'n» Tor .Sn:» I !ar-
• bara, Lr3 Angeles *lOtl3i
o3:00p Sncset I.irr it.-l— 111 Paso, Sew Or-
Icscsantl Last c'*«4Sa
•3«30r Stockton, Mcrce.J, Trcsno •I»:I3»
•3:3opFrosiio, "SaLetslloM. Sant;» Rarlmra.
Ixm Angeles,- I)eminj. Xl I'aso,
K«w Orlc-.ns and East *Si43a
•3i3Hr Santa la l:<mtc— Athuitio Expreaa
for Mojain Mud Mast 'BslSp
•0:OOp naytruds. NilesindSan Jose •7:|:»»
tO::tOr Vallejo •13j1.1p
•Oi3(»r OricrUl Mill— O?<:rn and Eax« 'SU-iOr
17:00p Valhj... iMt Costa atul V,«y bU- .
ttous. J«;.">3p
•SiOSr Ore Eon and California Kx|>rr;m.Hao-
;. ' wnmntft MarjaTillc, B«>Mlnc
PorMm-1. Piißft .¦¦•..itn.i mwl K.-mt •«i|.>A
09AST DIVISION (Xarrra Oxngo).
(Foot-rf M.-irlirt Street.)
¦Si l 34 Ne<rarlr,C'c:i4cr»i!l' ¦..' an. lose, I'VUon, ,
UmilUer Cruck.San! a C'riu and T.'ay
Stations «a»3«#
{Siinr Newatk, ContertilV, San .lose, Kcw
Almiiden, felton, BuuMw <,ree!r,
Santa Crux and l'riucipal Wa;
Stations j fIOt.VU
•4:13p Jletrark. Han Joiio. Los (tatoa n»:aOA
(ll:l.tp Htinten' Kxcnnion, Sac Jcs« and
W.iyKtatlo-a t7taoy
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
framSt!! FA*:iCF.u.l-r.->; c' atiltt Slrtet (^!i? s)—
•7:16 9:00 11:00 A.M. |x.*3 *2:00 t3:C3
•4:03 J5:03 •6:::r.M.
FrastOHUXD— r««l of Bn»dw«».— "C:00 8:00 ?0:O0t.M.
t!2;S3 *1:33 U-.SI ;3:C3; 3:C3 ti S3 -3:C:r.M.
TOAST DIVISION (Crom4Uaaga£
(Third mul Townaeml Sti.)
tO:IOv Uccat) View, Hontb Han KraccUco.. fO:aor
•7:OOa San Joxo ji-.<l \T>y f>:, 'i. v. ¦ (New
Alinadcu Wedncsdanonly). *l:S0p
•9:0O» Nau Jose, Tres rinoa, i-md Crux,
racitio OlO««t i'.vio ItuMra. Sail
I. nfs O)iIki«), Surf, Lompoc anil -
Frtndpnl Way Stations MilOr
•ll»!io» S,tn .li.r.-; ninT Way Statimis •«:S.la
•lli:t(>A Ban J.iso an, l Way .Stations *5:34>p
i-l-.tr>,- Hun Matro, Uediroo<l, Mcnlo Psrk,
Palo Aliso. •¦-« :it.» Clara. Mm .Inns,
Tres Ptnos, Bawta t'ruz. B^icaa,
KlnntereyniKl l'arlttc linn- 4IA:!t«4
*3:an r HanJoaeatid Way Station *7:3«»
tlrlSr San Joßean.l rrircipal Way R».atlons *»:43»
t3:OOp Ran Jone and rrlnclpal Wa7 Stations ?'.»:'»»*
M:3Or San Jusa ami Princlnal Way Stations •»:3.1a
•O::i»r flan Jose ami WnyS'atlmia t*:OOA
6ll;l5p San Jos" and Way S'ations »7:30p
A for Morning. ¥ for A f ternoon.
* Daily. t .Sunday exrppte.l. * Sunday only.
6 Satnrdayon!y_
ajTuesditnandr.id;;* c Thursdays and Bundaya. '
CALIFOHNIA NORTfiVESTE2N BY. C<L
SAN FRANCISCO AND NORTH PACIFIC
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Tlburon Firry. Foot of Market St.
SAX FRANCISCO TO SAN* RAFAEL.
WEEK DAY 3-7:33. ' S:CO. 11:00 a. m. : 12:53.
J.D, »:10. 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trt»
at 11:30 p. m. Saturdays — Kxtra trlpa at l.iJ
and it :?cj p. m.
SUNDAYS- B:W. 9:30, 11:00 a. m.: 1:30. S:3O.
6:00. «:Jil d. m
SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
WEEK DAYS— «:IO. 7:50. 9:10, 11:10 a. m. ; 12:0.
3:40, 5:10 p. m. Saturdays— Extra trlpa at
1:55 and 3::!.", p. m.
BUNDATS— S:IO, 9:«. U:W a. m.: 1:40. J:«. S:OS,
6:23 d. m
B«twe»n San Francisco and Schuetxen Park
Mime eohedule as >)> v».
Leave I ArrtT«
Ban Francisco. In Effect Saa Francisco.
• . j October U. I
Week I Sun- ISD*. Sun- j Week
Days., days. Destination days. I Days.
7:SO am $:00 am N"vato. 10:40 am J:4O ani
t-.SOpm 9:30 smf P»-taluma. 4:0". pnv 10:25 ant
¦ 8:10 pin 6:00 pm! Sar.ta Ro.ia. 7:35 pm i::2 jta
Fulton.'". = :V
1:30 am Wi daor. 10:33 am
Ilvaldnburs.
Lyton.
Geyservllle.
1:30 pm 8:C0 arn> Cloverdals.' 7:35 pm f:S pm
7:30 am 5 Ufop'an .s and
liftOam! , Uklah. ;.Epm 1:23 pm
___ , i ,
T:3O am } U9:2S ant
1:00 ami Guernevllle. 7:K pm
1:30 pm i:T! pm
7:30 am 5:00 am Scmonia - 10:40 am 8:40 ara
and
8:10 pm 3:00 pm GJen Ellen. S:*". pm <:23 pm
7:30 am 8:00 am Sebastopol. 10:40 am[lo:2s am
.3:30 pm 5:00 pm 7:35 pmj 5:22 pm
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Marie West
Springs and V.*hit« Sulphur Springs: at Lytton
for Lyttan Springs: at Oey^erv!;ie for Ska^ga
fiprlnjfs; at Clcverdale for the G»ysers; at Hop-
land f-vr Duncan Springs. Klßhland Springs.
KelseyTille. Carlsbad i)prln?s. Soda Bay. Lake-
port and Uartlett Sprints; at l'kiah (or Vichy
Eprtngs. Saratoga Pprln<{«. Hlue Lak»s. Laurel
Dell Lake, Witter Springs. Upper Lake. Porno.
Potter Valley. John bay's. Riverside. Llerley's.
Bucknell's. Banhedrin tlelghts. HullvlUe. Orr*a
Hot Springs. Mendoclno City, Fort Bratrr.
Westport, I'sal, Wlllltts. Laytonvtlle. Cum-
ming's, Bell's Bprlnjs, Harris. Olsea'B. Dyer.
Bcctla and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday- round trip tickets at r»-
Cuced rate*.
On Sunday round trio tickets to all points
beyond -Pan Rafael at half rates.
Ticket Offlo-*. «:0 Market St.. Chronicle bidg.
H. C WKITINO. . R, X. RTAN.
General Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
MOUNT TAMALPAIS iCENI- HAILWAV
Leave San Francisco via _ausalito Ferry.
- ! W««k Days— 9:3o a. m. and 1:43 p. m.
Bundara..(:oo, 10:00 a. m. and 1:15 p. m.
Bt*asn-hsat*d. doted car on all tralna.
Far*. .Saa SVaacUco to Hutamtt aa4 Hoturo.
Ptt,
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey-
Times and Heights of High and Low
Waters at Fort Point, entrance to San
Francisco Bay. Published by official au
thority of the Superintendent.
NOTE— The high and low waters occur at
the city front (Mission-street . wharf) about
twenty-five minutes later than at Fort Point;
the height of tide is the same at both places.
Sun rises 7:25
Sun setts -6:02
Moon rises.. New
NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides
the early morning tides are given In the left
hand column and the successive tides of the
day In the order of occurrence as to time. The
Frcond time column gives the second tide at
the day. the third time column the third tide
and the last or right hand column elves the
last tide of the day. except when there are but
three tides, as sometimes occurs. The heights
given are in addition to the soundings on the
United States Coast Survey charts, except
when a minus sign (— ) precedes the height,
and then t,he number' given Is subtracted from
the depth given. by the charts. The plane of
reference Is the menn of the lower low water*.
HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO..
<Socce«rcr<> to Flannasan * GalUen<r>).
FUNERAL DIBECTORB A.ND EMUALMCtIS.
» FUUi it., eppestu L'jicala scHqol.
Telephone SouJi 80. .
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CMA.S. H. JACOB & CO.,
Funeral Directors . and Embalmars. tIS
Mason street, between Geary and O'Fax-
rell streets. Telephone, Main £213.
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FUNKKAL DIRECTORS &. EMBALMER3,
IZH Market St.. between Sth and Sth.
Telephone South 247.
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I jts New Moon,
Su. Mo Tu. We Th. Fr. Sa. \s/ January 1.
i 9 2 4 5 <T First Quarter,
J L_l_l_ _ -g January 8.
7 B 9 . 10 11 12 13 Full Moon,
ITIT ITITIT IT ToT w January v -
//y Last Quarter,
2122232«252627v!i January 23.-
28 29 BO 31 i fZ\ Kew Moon^
OLW HW LW HW
p Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft.
p Time Time ; Time Time
HWLWH W L. W
1 .. 0:08 4.8 4:31 8.2 10:23 6.0 5:27 —1.0
2 . 0:43 4.9 6:22 2.9 11:15 6.0 6:09 —0.0
S ... 1:23 5.0 6:16 2.S 12:10 5.81 6:50 —0.<
4 ... 2:01 5.2 7:13 2.6 1:07 5.4 7:33—0.1
5.. 2:40 5.4 8:15 2.2 2:11 6.0 8:1S 0.4
6 ... 3:20 5.6J 9:21 1.9 3:21 4.5 9:OS 1.1
7 ...I 4:05| 5.6[10:26| 1.5['4.40 4. 2[ 10:00 1.7
titeamer.
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From.
Due.
Alliance ... [Oregon Ports Jan: 1
K. Thompson... (Seattle Jan. 1
Matteawan ...... jTacoma Jan.' 1
Albion Tillam<x>k „. ..>;.. Jan.. 1
Czarina |Reattle ......... Jan. 1
Coos Bay Newport :*. Jan. 1
Crescent City... Crescent City: Jan. 1
Aberdeen ....... Portland f . Jan. 1
Mackinaw Seattle .-. Jan. 1
Bristol Departure 8ay.. ......-.:. Jan. 1
Empire Coos Bay. Jan. 1
A. BlanchanJ...|Coos Bay Jan. 1
Coqir.Ue R'.ver.. ICirays Harbor Jan. 2
Australia Honolulu 1 Jan. 2
Walla Walla... Victoria & Puget Sound Jan. 2
North Fork iHumboldt Jan. 2
South Portland. [Departure Bay Jan. 2
NewburK |C-ray» Harbor Jan. 2
Q W Elder |Portland: Jan. 2
Corona ißan Diego Jan. 3
Orizaba Ulumboldt Jan. 2
Alffoa 'China and Japan Jan. 3
Jeanle Seattle '.... Jan. 3
I'oint Arena Point Arena Jan. ?
WashtenaW .... Tacoma... ...-. Jan. 4
Homer Portland Jan. 4
Columbia Portland Jan. 6
Bonlta Newport Jan. S
Arcata Coos Bay Jan. 6
Hongkong Maru China and Japan Jan. S
Santa Rosa |San Diepo Jan. 7
Samoa |Humboldt ...Jan. 7
Pan Juan iPanama :.... Jan. 7
T'matllla ... ! Victoria & Puc^t Round Jan. 7
Steamer. Destination. Sails. Pier.
Queen Vie & pgt 6d. Jan. 1, 10 am Pier 9
Santa Rosa San Dleso Jan. 1. 11 am Pier 11
Samoa Humboldt Jan. 2, 10 am Pier 13
A IHanch'diCoos Bay Jan. 2, spm Pier 13
Cocs Buy... Newport Jan. 3, 9am Pier 11
Aloha Crescent City. Jan. 3. Bpm Pier 2
State of Cal PorMand...... Jan. 3, 10 am Pier 2t
Aberdeen ..Portland Jan. 4. 2pm
Orizaba Humboldt Jan. 4, 2pm Pier 9
Corona San IMefro Jan. 6, 11 am Pier 11
North Fork. Humboldt. .... Jan. 6, 9am Pier ¦ 2
Coqullle Rv Grays Harbor Jan. 5,'
Newburg .. Grays Harbor Jan. 6
Homer Portland". Jan. 6. 10 am Pier 20
Pan Pedro.. Humboldt Jan. 6, 4pm Pier 1J
Gaelic Chlna&Japan Jan. 6. Ipm PMSS
Walla Wall Vie & Pgt Sd. Jan. 6. 10 am Pier »
It Arena.. Point Arena.. Jan. «, 2pm Pier 2
Honlta Newport Jan. 7, Bam Pier 11
Curacao ... Mexico Jan. -7, 10 am Pier 11
Columbia ..Portland Jan. S. 10 am Pier 24
Acapulco ..Panama Jan. 8.12 m PMSS
Pomcna ISan Diego Jan. 9. 11 am Pier 11
I jts New Moon,
Su. Mo Tu. We Th. Fr. Sa. \s/ January 1.
i 9 2 4 5 <T First Quarter,
J L_l_l_ _ -g January 8.
7 B 9 . 10 11 12 13 Full Moon,
ITIT ITITIT IT ToT w January v -
//y Last Quarter,
2122232«252627v!i January 23.-
28 29 BO 31 i fZ\ Kew Moon^
OLW HW LW HW
p Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft.
p Time Time ; Time Time
HWLWH W L. W
1 .. 0:08 4.8 4:31 8.2 10:23 6.0 5:27 —1.0
2 . 0:43 4.9 6:22 2.9 11:15 6.0 6:09 —0.0
S ... 1:23 5.0 6:16 2.S 12:10 5.81 6:50 —0.<
4 ... 2:01 5.2 7:13 2.6 1:07 5.4 7:33—0.1
5.. 2:40 5.4 8:15 2.2 2:11 6.0 8:1S 0.4
6 ... 3:20 5.6J 9:21 1.9 3:21 4.5 9:OS 1.1
7 ...I 4:05| 5.6[10:26| 1.5['4.40 4. 2[ 10:00 1.7
titeamer.
I
From.
Due.
Alliance ... [Oregon Ports Jan: 1
K. Thompson... (Seattle Jan. 1
Matteawan ...... jTacoma Jan.' 1
Albion Tillam<x>k „. ..>;.. Jan.. 1
Czarina |Reattle ......... Jan. 1
Coos Bay Newport :*. Jan. 1
Crescent City... Crescent City: Jan. 1
Aberdeen ....... Portland f . Jan. 1
Mackinaw Seattle .-. Jan. 1
Bristol Departure 8ay.. ......-.:. Jan. 1
Empire Coos Bay. Jan. 1
A. BlanchanJ...|Coos Bay Jan. 1
Coqir.Ue R'.ver.. ICirays Harbor Jan. 2
Australia Honolulu 1 Jan. 2
Walla Walla... Victoria & Puget Sound Jan. 2
North Fork iHumboldt Jan. 2
South Portland. [Departure Bay Jan. 2
NewburK |C-ray» Harbor Jan. 2
Q W Elder |Portland: Jan. 2
Corona ißan Diego Jan. 3
Orizaba Ulumboldt Jan. 2
Alffoa 'China and Japan Jan. 3
Jeanle Seattle '.... Jan. 3
I'oint Arena Point Arena Jan. ?
WashtenaW .... Tacoma... ...-. Jan. 4
Homer Portland Jan. 4
Columbia Portland Jan. 6
Bonlta Newport Jan. S
Arcata Coos Bay Jan. 6
Hongkong Maru China and Japan Jan. S
Santa Rosa |San Diepo Jan. 7
Samoa |Humboldt ...Jan. 7
Pan Juan iPanama :.... Jan. 7
T'matllla ... ! Victoria & Puc^t Round Jan. 7
Steamer. Destination. Sails. Pier.
Queen Vie & pgt 6d. Jan. 1, 10 am Pier 9
Santa Rosa San Dleso Jan. 1. 11 am Pier 11
Samoa Humboldt Jan. 2, 10 am Pier 13
A IHanch'diCoos Bay Jan. 2, spm Pier 13
Cocs Buy... Newport Jan. 3, 9am Pier 11
Aloha Crescent City. Jan. 3. Bpm Pier 2
State of Cal PorMand...... Jan. 3, 10 am Pier 2t
Aberdeen ..Portland Jan. 4. 2pm
Orizaba Humboldt Jan. 4, 2pm Pier 9
Corona San IMefro Jan. 6, 11 am Pier 11
North Fork. Humboldt. .... Jan. 6, 9am Pier ¦ 2
Coqullle Rv Grays Harbor Jan. 5,'
Newburg .. Grays Harbor Jan. 6
Homer Portland". Jan. 6. 10 am Pier 20
Pan Pedro.. Humboldt Jan. 6, 4pm Pier 1J
Gaelic Chlna&Japan Jan. 6. Ipm PMSS
Walla Wall Vie & Pgt Sd. Jan. 6. 10 am Pier »
It Arena.. Point Arena.. Jan. «, 2pm Pier 2
Honlta Newport Jan. 7, Bam Pier 11
Curacao ... Mexico Jan. -7, 10 am Pier 11
Columbia ..Portland Jan. S. 10 am Pier 24
Acapulco ..Panama Jan. 8.12 m PMSS
Pomcna ISan Diego Jan. 9. 11 am Pier 11

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