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,-IENTLEMAN 3J~vj-.a"*t with »3000 AND
VJT hold tease oo ranch, wlshcl 'a acquainted
with respectable lady with $1500 of $2001;
object matrimony. <'. s.. Hoi 39, this oWre. 29 iti*
/'ONVEST FOR AGED WIDOWS— THIS NEW
\J institution has been opened in Denver. Colo., for
aged widows of means who may wish to spend their
remaining years in retirement and prayer. They
must lie free from all rmnily ties and willing to live
uudi r the vows of religious in obedience, poverty
and chastity, Their occupation will be reparation
to the Sacred Heart. As all arc destined to a life of
prayer with no other occupation, it is necessary
Sat each shall have a dower sufficient for her sup-
port. The amount required Is 4000. Address Ba-
creil Heart Retreat, lloi 1246, Denver Colo. 29 It*
7-VEEAT RCSIfIS GOING ON AT RISER'S ONE-
\J price Gents' Furnishing Store, 214 Sixth St.. for
BOe underwear, reduced from $1 50; silk ties re-
• duced from BOC to Isc. iiiy'Jl' 7:
!»' ANTED— MALE" AND FEMALE CHORUS tOR
" permanent season comic opera In Portland,
opening June 15th. Apply at BYRON MAUZY'B
music-store, under Union Club, Thursday, 1 o'clock.
KOBEKT COOTIi Manager Casino, lortlanil, Ore-
gon; my 29 It*
DKMEHBEB— IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO DO
It well. 3 rolls best butter, #1. only Me a roll;
now is your time to part your butter for fail and
winter use; 2 rolls best frssta I'euluina butter. 88c,
and good table butter, 26(; a roll; a word to picnic
parties— are selling 4 cans deviled bam, potted
tongue, ported ox-tongue for 25c: Dupee picnic
bani«. sweet as ■ nut. lOealt.; 3 Its mild cream
"•heese. 25c; 54 fresh soda crackers, 10c: new sugar-
corn, *1 a doz. ; 0 nest new potatoes, 2i I ralt-; we
are sole agents In san Franc:sco for the celebrated
Lily-white Hour; any la-iy after usluc Ibis Hour will
have no other brand; we guarantee every S3ck: our
teas and coffees we guarantee the best value in the
city- 5 it- 5 pure inicolored Japan, English breakfast.
Oolong or family mixed tea for *1 50, which we
warrant equal to If not-better than any teas sold In
this city nt SOe-ii It. 11 IBINSON * KNOX, IUIO
and 1912 Market St., cor. liose aye.. and !'ou Valen-
cia st., cor. Twentieth. my2fi lit SuTn'lh
BEAPSTORJE: ONE THAT BEATS THEM AI.L;
CHEAP STORE: ONE THAT BEATS! MKM roll;
6 i-.iit inlneeuieat, *25c: butter. 'J3c per roll;
eggs. 16c per doz: best Eastern ham, 12Vic per It.;
■jo ;i « .: wn - ...ir. I- 1 5 tt.s granulated suirar, $1 ;
Hour, 90c per sack: 10-lt pail lard, >1; IU cans
■mar-corn, $1 : 9 large bars soap. $1. LINCOLN a
GAIiE, 1049 Valencia >.t., cor. 22d. iuy-'5 Su Tu 1 h 3t
j'- CANS TOMATOES, }-,; 11 CANS SUGAR
corn, t-1; 12 can-* sweet peas, $1; 10 cans
table ftnit.fl; 20-rf> box raisins. $1; good flour. SI
asaek.s:i7sa barrel: B rf.s. ground coffee, .« I ; '.'j
ILs prunes, $1: assorted dried fruit, Be a In; tea
and coll a specialty. LINCOLN TEA CO., Tem-
perance Grocers, 1801 I'ollc St., corner Wasa-
iagton. I apti SuTuTb tf
C; I Cll FOR ' CAHINETS; FILL 11 N. Ill:
•~ I .OV/Godeus'Art Studio, 10 oth. aH SuTuTh tl
V cervElli BAVINd SOLD HIS KESTAU-
£i. rant at 308 Montgomery aye.. all persons.'
bavin;; claims aealnsl him will please present them
within 30 days from date my2S 3t*
ANTED —ELEGANT SILK OR VELVET
'• walking or party dress. E. D., hot 33, tills
office. my2B 3t»
&•) '(} CABINETS 1-ER DOZEN; ELEGANT
ilP^.uu. water-color picture in gilt frame free
with every dozen. WILSON'S, 22 Kearny. myiiS 6m
A" \ CCORDION PLAITING DONE AT SHORT SO-
ttce. GOLDBEEO. 118 MoAlll,lcrsMny-'7 lino
HANDSOME IiIRL iiabv FOR AliuPl'lUS.
MRS. WILSON'S. 77 Ninth st. niy37 3t*
»O CAPER MONTH IN ADVANCE— PIANO
•_ — - I lessobs given by competent teacher:
speciai;metlioil fur strengthening the weaker lingers.
Address S. P., Box 152, Call Branch Office, -i' 7: '
IV ANTED-EVERYISODY TO CALL AT THE
™" [treat bankrupt stock clothing store. 217 Sixth
St., and see the great rush on our prices, because we
are telling 50.- on the f1; come and be convinced, ly
/iI'TTINO AND FITTING TAUGHT lIV LATEST
V/ Improved method. 119 Stockton st. my'J3 ; m
T ADIES WHO DESIitE A I'ERFECT FORM
JLi should wear Mm*. Artz' Health Cors t: foorder
only. Boom 3, 1027 Market. Agents wanted. 21 6in
PORTRAITS ENLARGED IN INDIA INK,
1 crayon, water colors and pastel, Pacific Por-
tralt Co.. 1321 Market St., T.J. < BRIEN. M'gr. 20 tf
ADVICE Hilt DIVORCES SfEEDILY; NO
/\ publicity: legal everywhere. K. SCOCLAB.
Attorney, 34 Kearny St. mylB6in
IB) tIVED-OLD GLOKY MANILA CHEROOTS;
./A they are the best: try them. myl7 lm*
OIANO LESSONS BY GERMAN LADY; HALF
- 1 hour 25 cents. '.'.i! Market, Room 82. myl6 Urn
(j-OB LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FINK 17NDEB-
* weir, to order. Room 142, llaucroft Bidug. 16 lm
AT 126 KEARNV, ROOM 9. YOU CAN BORROW
money at low rates; private rooms lor ladles;
pledges for sale: take elevator. a:i7 tf
A in I- i FREE: DIVORCES A SPECIALTY: NO
xV pnbllcy; i|Ulckest time; legal everywhere; no
charge unless successful; probate; damages, collec-
tions, etc.: terms reasonable. T. ENGLEI, Attor-
ueys Aaociatlon. 11 Kearny si 9 tf
DRESSMAKING -latest styles; lIT \-.'N-
able prices; orders by mall promptly executed:
fltguaranteeil. MKS. M. HE lIAOAN.i>67 Mission. lvi
-;, REWARD WILL BE PAID FOB i iIK AX-
Hi O\' rest and conviction of any person or persons
caught tearing down signs of C A. Klinkner a Co.
at 320 Sansouie st. from telegraph poles or lamp-
poata. my 14 tf
i urn i FKKE-HOW to CUBE NASAL CA-
»t. tarrU. Address Victory, t. O. Box 1772
city. my 10 lm
\\ 'II.LIA.M It. GALLAGHER HAS REMOVED
T ' his furniture Uusluess to 1241 Market St., near
Ninth; clieap lent makes low. prices. ap2 tf
ON T 111-. INS T A LI.MENT PLAN— DEI IDS,
silks, skin and sealette cloaks: also carpets,
furniture, lace-cnrtalns, blankets and fuldl:is-hei|s
at M.FRIEDMAN 4 CO.'S, 22S and 230 Stockton
st. Why pay ready money when you can buy )u«
as cheap by making a small rash payment down,
balance weekly or monthly? An Inspection of our
stock is respectfully solicited; orders by mail for
coeds or samples promptly attended to. 228 and
Stockton bU, cor. Post: open evenings. aplgtt
IF.SSONS GIVEN ON GUITAR ONLY; NINE
j years' experience as teacher; terms very mod-
erate. MRS. SIBYL A. SPENCER, 106 Mason. 6 6m-
DR. .I A S HAMPTON-EYE. EAR, THROAT AND
chrome ailments. Room 6. Murphy tudj.uiyl) lnj
HOME FOR INVALIDS; TREATMENT, -SAL-
isbury Method." DR.MILLER. 1 3th and Howard
FEBFEI r-FITTING TAILOR DRESS MADE IN
A 24 hours for *15, *--0. $25; goods all found.
MBS. M. DAVIS. 23* Taylor st., upstairs, nirl tt
MONS. S. STROZYNSKI HAS CREATED A NEW
style of hair-dressing for the coming season:
also, he has his own and only patent process for re-
storing bleached and gray hair; hair-cutting done
utmost becoming style by six competent artists;
hair shampooing and drying by patent machine- uo-
equaied in tbe Dnited States, S. siiioZVNSKI.
leading lady's prize hair-dresser, cor. Ellis and
Powell sts. ap3o lin
CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE TO HAVE
your carpets cleaned and relaid. JONES' Par-
tect Carpet-cleaning Works, 2i aud 27 Eighth st;
telephone 3424. OC 3 it
FOLDING BEDS — EXAMINE OUR NO. 1001
mirrored wltn large plate 18x40; walnut, oak aud
cherry; cash price elsewners $55; our Installment
price only *50. M. FRIEDMAN i CO., 228-230
Stockton si. cor. Post: open evenings. apl6 tf
LAM: ARK NOT CONSIDERED STYLISH
unless they wear one or the latest front pieces
origin.!-.! by MONS. bTKOZYNSKI, cor. Ellis aud
Powell sta. ap3U lin
Ms 1 . PATH'S FASHIONABLE COLOR of
hair can be produced with Ilene powder, leave*
or extract. Just imported from In.lU by S. STRO-
ZV.N>KI, sole agent, 101 Powell St., San Fran-
cisco. ap3o lm
\\ - B HAVE A NUMBER OF FULL DRESS SUITS
"to hire Tor balls, parties or funerals at a reason-
able price. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTUINO PaR-
LOBS, cor. Post and..Dupout sts.
DR. .1. MILTON BOWERS MOVED RESIDENCE
to 148 Eddy St. ; offlce 1 Fifth. ap27 tt
MISS HOGG, 528 GEAKY ST.; FUNERAL AND
natural flowers of ail kinds preserved. ap26 12in
DRESSMAKING, 1223 MARKET, BOOM 6:
sty-llsb suits made and a perfect fit guaranteed
for S3 and upwar.l. MME. LA MONTAGNE.ap'.'S tf
G* E. SNOOK, PLUMBERS. ROOFERS, GAS-
• fitters, tin. copper and sheet-Iron workers. 610
Sacramento st., mar Kearny; telephone 1727. a! 9 tf
DRY GOODS ON INSTALLMENTS. without
Interest; dress poods, cloaks, furniture, carpets,
bedding, Jewelry, pictures, mirrors, hanging l.irups.
decks, etc.; carpets from 65c upward. J. NOON AM
« CO., 1021 and 1023 Miulou tt., bet. Bum and
feeventh; open evenings. a;>l7 tf
HIGHEST PRICK AID FOR CAST-OFF CLOTS
liv. gold, jewelry, hooks. KLEIN, loa Sixth, tt
II IMHHV SHADES MANUFACTURED TOOK-
'» der by WILLIAM McTHL'N. 1195 Market. 21 It
A GREAT BUSINESS PBOPOBITION-WE 1 AN
save you 50 per cent by purchasing a merchant
tailor-made business suit for*ls; merchant tailor's
price f 3O. OP.IGINAL MISFIT Cl.OTlltN'i PAR
LOKS, cor. Post and Dupont sts. ■
PIONEER CAKPET-BEATINU MACHINES DO
A the best worn. J. SPAULDING & CO., 353 To-
baniast.: telephone 3010. apl2 tf
ANDREW-MEET' ME CORNER POST AND
Dupont, to select a nobby spring suit male by
a merchant tailor lor *'30. our price $15. ORIGI-
NAL MISFIT CLOTUINU PAllLOß3,cor. Post and
Dnpont sts. ' *
( 'ARPET-CLEANING; 3 TO 6 CIS. PER YARD;
V the best worn guaranteed or no pay; telephone
8228. B. STRATTO.N, 1211 Market stf _»pi} 6m
SCHOOL OF MASSAGE AND PHYSICAL C\ 1.
ture. A. I). GRETII. 921 Post St. ap6 tf
BE ADVISED IN TIME TO PURCHASE A M~ER:
chant tailor-made spring suit in 3 or 4 button
cutaway for *v:0; merchant tailor's price $40
ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS, cor'
Post and Dupont Bts.
LL ILiaSUY PERSONS CAN HE REDUCED
by using DR. DU HOIS' AMI Obesity Tea,
warranted harmless and pleasant to take: also an
Infallible cure for constipation. Kept by all drug-
Rials. Ilepot, 4 Sutter St., Room 33. mr2o Bui
/"IAKPI.TrI.KANi.NH. M phi: VAIUi; CHEAP-
Jeal and best In the city. J. X MITCHELL A
CO., 2;^o Fourteenth st. ap2 tf
I l ON'TWAIT I 111. IT IS TOO LATE — 10()
I ' pairs spring styles llcbt-colored trousers made
bycrack merchant tailors for from flu to *10: our
price *4 50 to fB. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING
PARLors, cor. Post and Dupont sts.
. ■L'IKST CLASS ( ARPET BEATERS; CITY
I Steam Carpet Heating and Renovating Works,
2* and '.:« F,lgntn st.: largest works In the cltv-
»GTk guaranteed. Address A. W. MANNING, pru-
prletor; Ulephonc'32JU. Mr« tt
UVEN A FAT MAN NEED NOT GO SHABBILY
xj dressed when we can lit you In a merchant
tailor-made suit, newest spring stylet, for *18- mer-
chant tailor's price »36. ORIGINAL MISFIT
CLOflll.Mi PARLORS, cor. Post and Dupont sts
11' AISTS COT. FITTED, STITCHEt.. COLLARS"
'» ileeres In; skirt cut, stitched, braid drapery'
belts put on; «3. MME. MICIIAUX, 1 IB McAllW.'
DIVORCES- FEE AFTER DECREE, JNO .1
OOJfFET, attorney, 619 Montgomery M. feiatt
C SIBOZYNSKI'S INVISIBLE BRUNKTTE
O. powder lor the complexion Is the best and most
harmless In the world. S. STKOZV.VSKI. sole
manufacturer, 101 Powell St., San Francisco. a3o lin
" CARPETS THOROUGHLY CLEANED WITHOUT
\J beating; xenttlng carpets a specialty. CON KLIN
BROS.. 333 Golden Gate aye.: telephone 2128. 13 tf
California St.. Konin-i 3 and »: ADVICE FlthK tf
Divorces; WILLS. ETC. FRANK kjcnnkdy,
Attorney. 88 Murphy Building. 12 tf
(>IVK A TALL SLIM MAN A CHANCE— WE C Alt
"fit you, no matter how tall, In a merchant tailor-
made spring suit for *20: merchant tailor's price
»40. ORIGINAL MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS.
cor. Post and Dupont sts. ■ .
PRIVATE" lIOMK IN CONKINEMENT, »3T
_J^olSom st._MRS. M. K. ROGERS. Midwife, aS 12.8
-yoo CAN BUY YOOHFtTRMTCKE OS IS"
1 Hallmeuts; easy terms. BARE BROS., 322 a-U
3V* Hayes St.. lift. Franklin and Uougn. inrlitf
TA I) IKS— YOU WISH TO BAVK ELEGANTLY
II fitting suits, haudßomely draped, made for $8,
please call at MH.S. MORRIS', 738 Geary. m2B «t
■TkRESS-CUTTING TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY
XJ authentic Fiench tailor system. 610 Post. 25 7*
SIITS MADE REASONABLY; TAILOIt SYSTEM
C) taught. MISS QILLIOAN.IIS Kearny. 2o SuTh ly
if ME KAKIEE, FASHIONABLE
JH. Ing. 639 Uoiden Gate aye. lay 10
MISS AGNES KELTER,TI9 STOCKTON, K Att"
Geary, stylish suite from $3 60 up; cutting
tttli.ga specialty; 75 cents; perfect rt. ay 7 It
<■ II * las, for lofty dreaming,
JL—M The In: for high emprise,
h U For the man whose outward seeming
—J t ■ » Btis inner If belies!
I looked 0:1 the life before me
With purpose high and true,
When the salons of youth surged o'er me
And the world was strange and new,
Where the hero-soul rejoices
I would play the hero's part;
My ears were attuned to the voices
That speak to the poet's heart;
I would conquer a place In story
With a soul unsniircheit by sin;
My bead should be crowned with glory,
My heart be pure within.
But the hour that should have crowned m*
Cast all hlith hope a lowa,
And the time of trial found me
A sinner, coward, clown.
Ah! which was the false or the real
(If the Powers aho\e would speak !),
The saint with his high ideal, •
The sinner whose flesh was weak.
The hero who yearned for duty,
The coward w hose sinews failed,
The poet who worshipped Beauty,
Or the clown whose utterance failed !
■William S. Walsh, in Harper's Magazine for June.
A WILD ROSE.
iin/, CROWD of rough looking men and boys
t'. were Rathe red In the depot one of tue
', were gUiiered In the depot 01 one of the
lp?l I mining towns of the Allegheny Moun
="— talus. They were all diessed In the
rude costume ot miners, anil were lounging
around, lvltli their bands In their pockets, their
conversation liiteispersed with oaths, aud now
and i hen a coarse laugh.
" 111. in ! Here she comej. here she comes I"
squeaked a small boy In a shrill voice.
"She? Who, you — vllllan?" growled a
" Tie west-bound, expiess from Jersey," was
the answer. " And, by golly, if she aim going to
At 1 Ills I lie men glanced up in surprise. A
shrill whistle was beard aud the train came
around a Lend In the road.
Instead of lusliiug past at Us usual lightning
speed, sure enough it slowed up, and, ye»,
stopped. Tlie men all looked up astonished.
Never had such a tiling liapi encd Id the history
of Lily. Other trains stopied tlieie, but the ex
piess to Chicago uever.
A Reuileniau, somewhere between 50 and CO
years of age. got oil. Hie conductor called a
farewell to him, Hie porters leaned fioin Hie win
dow an it gave Dim a 1 ailing, lalule, and the train
The new-comer looked around him as If search
ing for some one. He was a line looking man
tall and portly, with a gray mustache and a
kindly 1 air of blue eyes. Presently he went up
to the station-master, and said in a clear, pleas
ant voice: " 1 am Louis dv Rand, ami I lave
come up here 10 look after business a little. Is
John Kelly here? II not, will you please direct
me to his house'/"
As ihe 11.ru heard this they glanced at each
other, mid then (me by one they quietly left Hie
place. Dv Kaud obseived this with a quiet
• mile, and, tumult to the station-master, said,
" I'm glad to fee yon, sir," the man replied.
" It's high time some one looked alter the mine-!.
The men nave got in a bad way."
" Yes?" answered Dv hand. "All that will
be changed bow," and the station-mniter, whose
name, by ihe way, was George bonier:*, noted the
set lips, which augured 111 lor any oue who
crossed the determined will. They relaxed, how
ever, into the usual pleasant smile, as their
owner said: "Well, about Kelly. Can you di
rect me 10 his place?"
"Kelly? Oh, certainly! Km." and George
hesitated. "1 hope you'ie not going to stop with
him, sir? His is a back lot."
Dv Kand smiled again. " Ye?, lam going to
stop with bun over night," he said; "but don't
tiouble yourself about me. my irleua, I'm per
fectly able to tHke care of myself. Besides, I'm
suie Kel'y has tie evil design? on rue. Once
moie, will you show me his house?"
'•Oh, eeitainly, ceitalnly!" was Hie reply.
"There's his darter vow, slit's KOlne up, uud you
can go right along with her," aud, golug to the
door, he called "Hosier 1
In answer 10 bis - imon«, a girl came in. She
was about 10, and uiessed in the common co«
--unite ol Ihe mining village— an old, blue cotton
diess; but one could see thai, uneducated as she
was, she was uo common girl. Sue was tall,
neatly as tall as l'u hand, aud walked with a
carriage that a princess of royal blood might
envy. Her hair was that deep golden red so
striven ;:fter aud 50 seldom seen, and her eyes a
deep blue. Her complexion, though tanned and
buiued by Hie sun. gave tromlse ol something
better, for, when nl.ii a hasty gesture, she » 1
down the pall she was carrying and lushed the
hair back Horn her foitiiead, the sklu showed
white and fair as suow.
i)u Band Ink -i-d up In surpilsc as sl:e entered
aud laiseil bubat, lul Blie paid i.v utieutiou lo
"What do you wav:, Geoite?" blie said to
" Ibis itenlleman, Mr. dv Kami, wants to go up
to the ti-e. Bosle, to see your dad. You're go
ing up, ain't you."
" Yes" ; and for the first time Ko.~>e favored Dv
Kand with a sui | <i la stare. Ilieie was no em-
DarrasMiienl Iv her eoolgaze. She looked him
over Ii •in bead to toot, then, picking up tier pail
again, -I.*- walked cut, saying, "all light!"
Dv Hand looked at Somers, nodded, picked
up his bag and hastened nut after Kose. lie soon
overtook her, and. accommodating his step to
bet's, he made some pleasant lei.iark about the
weather Hud offered to carry her pall for her.
"'Talu't Heavy," was the only answer lie got.
" I'm used to carrying thing-.!"
"I did not Know tbat Kel>y had a daughter,"
be said, kindly, Iguoriug toe curlness of tier
'• 1 wish he hadn't," she answered, bitterly.
Dv Kami looked at her keenly, ilieinnasa
bluer look about her whole lace, tad to see on
one so young.
" hose," he »ald, gently, " I have a little girl
home about your age, and it would break my
heart to hear those words come from her lips."
To this -.lie made uo reply ami said not another
word, despite all of her companion's tffoil*, un
til they lumen down a short, lonely lane, at the
end ol which stood a Loum*. Theu she stopped
suddenly, "Have you much money about you,
sir?" she said.
" Why, yes; considerable, 1 ' he answered.
"One it to me," she lei-lied, abruptly, " 1 will
take ul It lor you."
" but why .'" he asked.
"(Jive it to me," she said, peremptorily, un
less you wish to lose your gold ;iud your life, too."
A burning blush covered her face as sue spoke
and II gn"-v di e|-er as she went on: "1 wouldn't
tell it io every one, but you've treated me well,
sir, and you've a darter nt borne. I'll not have
yei death at my door. Give it to me, sir. I'll
care for ii with my lite. You don't know dad as
Hi r face wan scarlet and Dv Hand was deeply
touched. Taking his purse from his vest-pocket
be banded it to bet without a wold.
" You ain't afraid to let me nave It, are you?"
she Bald, halt humbly, hall proud y.
"Afraid," answered i)u Hand. "Why, my
child, I'd trust you with my Ille."
Kite bowed her head, and a smile brightened
her usually pale features. She took the purse
and bid II in 1. -i bosom, then led the way in si
lence up Hie lane. lieu she leached Hie house
she opened tlie dour aud walked in followed by
It was a rude room they went Into, with rouah
walls and floor. A low tire buiueu on the black-
ii- d health, and two men sat before it both clad
in the miner's ureas. One was about Dv l;.;iij'k
age and the other a young mun.
Both looked up cs Kose and her companion en
tered. l>ii l:. ii, -i stood somewhat iv the shadow,
and at Drat they did uot see Him.
" Hello, liosle," the younger man said famil
iarly, but Rose made no answer. She quietly in
noted him, and going to a small cupboard began
to pirpaie for supper.
The fellow rose Hud slouched heavily across
the Door. " What d'ye mean 7" he »aid, laying
a heavy band on her si.ou iier. " vMiy don't ye
answer me, girl, when I speak to ye? When
I'm your bu^band I'll leach ye belter manners."
Rose shook oil liia touch us if 11 baa beta some
"Dou't ye lay hand on me. I'lill Itisble," sue
said, "Au' I've told ye again and again I'll
not speak to ye nor have uoihini; lodo with ye.
As to ycr belli' my liu»lmihl— " Hero she broke
on with a scornful laugh, and tuiuiug her back
oo him went on with her task.
Her father lose with such an angry look that
Dv Kami I until; hi it lime to interfere, so be came
forwaid and said:
"(.ood evening, Kelly. I believe you said
you could keep me here lor a short lime 7"
" lea, yes," ihe man answered, with a sort of
a sullen civility. "Sit down, sir. Suppei'il be
ready In a little while. Kose, get the gentleman
" Iliauk you, but I puess I am not too old yet
to help myselt," and lie took the chair from Her
hands and s.it down by ills host, while l'lill, witli
a sulky nod, weut out-
Kelly and lilt i;uest carried on a rather mis
cellaneous couvei nation, the lomier eying the
other lively from under Ills drooped eyelid >,
and IJU K-I,'l a;-; .v- y as mticli at home as II
lie was iv bis own parlor until liose announced
••J'erbars you'd like to elf up a tie," said
Kelly. " lJose, allow Mr. dv it.mv where be can
J)u JJaud was about lo decline, but catching a
look from l;o-e said Dotliiui;, and followed Her
into Hie next room, where she poured some
waier lulu a lin basin and got him some soap.
She stood silent for a few moments; then,
coming closer to him, sue laid her hand on his
shoulder, and, bending over, bald, ].imins some-
Ihmg Into bis band: "Take ibis, All. dv Hand;
if anylliiiiK should l.vi |-eu dad'd lliluk It fuuuy
ye'd uo money."
I>u Kaud opened bis band aud saw a ten-dollar
"Ko<e," be said, suddenly, "do you know why
1 came out here?"
"Jo look out for the mines," she answered,
surmised at tils question.
••That was my given reason, yes," he said;
"bu'." and a pitying look passed over his face,
"my real reason Is tint— l came nut here to
aue«t John Kelly for the murder of Jack Harris,
Kose staguered back against Ihe wall and put
both hands before her face.
"I've got to do it," be went on; "But Hose, my
pool girl, you do ucl know bow It nous aijAlutl
"It's all right I s'pose," she said, almost
fiercely. "I told dad he'd net fiiuud out "
'•Theu you Kuew It?" he asked.
" Yes," sneaunweied. willi a strong shudder
"lie was hidden here all day. I'our Jack bow
still he looked. But I'm lellln' ye all. Oh sir
don't lay II tin against dad. lie's been mean lo
me always, but lie's my dad."
" 1 have forgotten eveijinliiEyoii have said,"
replied l)u Hand, Kiuveiy. " It's a bad business
all through, and J i-ii 1 was well out ol it. I've
trusted you so far arid I'll tell you the rest.
There is no possible way of escape; be is closely
watched. Kose, my poor child, when it is all
over, you Hill come home Him me and be my
daughter and Elsie's Ulster."
" We niu«t go to supper," wns all she said,
IhouEh ii. kind words biuuithl lears to her eyes,
and bu Kaud silcully followed tier into tbe uext
The ii< x' morning at breakfast he announced
that he was going to Chicago. ■ ■
" The 10 o'clock tralu will stop here and take
me," be said, "and 1 ahull be buck at 11 o'clock
Kose sal wnb an Impassive face while tie said
this, She kuew too well what be was going lor.
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1890-EIGrIIT PAG ES.
After he had pone K---c sought her failier.
She found him In his usual place before the fire.
" Datl." she said, slowly, "Do ye know wnat
Mister dn Hand came up here for?"
"To see the mines." lirr lamer answered,
roughly. " What d'ye s'pose?"
"1 don't s'pose anything. I know for sure,"
she answered, 'lie came to arrest ye for kill
ing Jack Hauls, and lie's gone to Chicago for
the men to take ye with. There's no use to run
away. He f aid ye was closely watched." She
spoke slowly aud distinctly, aud her father
NY llli a savage oath lie said, rising, " How d'ye
"He told me so," she answered, steadily.
"An' ye let him go without telling me. Ye'd
let yer own dad be took before yer eyes without
lifting a linger to save him, " ho continued furi
ously. "Why didu't ye tell me while I had him
here. jv," and lie threw lier so furlouily
from blm that she fell, striking lier head against
a chair, while he strode out of liie house.
Kose picKed herself up and wiped the blood
froui her forehead.
"He's alw.ys been that mean to me," sue said
passionately. "1 wish I was dead; yes I do."
AM that day aud the next not a word passed
between liusc aud her fattier. Once. Indeed, she
did say: 'Are ye gom' to try ami run away
"liun away, bow can I?" lie answered sullenly.
"I've a better game '11 that."
As the evening drew near Hose went into her
own room, detrriiiUie.il to stay llieie until It was
all over. About 10 o'clock l'hll lilsbee lounged
In and he and her father sat before the hie talk
ing in low tones.
Rose paid no attention to their conversation
until a seuteuce luudur than me lest fell on tier
ear. "A tiee across the track" was what she
Kite stole to the door, laid her ear against the
crack aud listened with baled breath.
Her father aud 1 lit! writ* laying their plans to
wreck the train which bore Louis dv Jtuml and
the ciriceis. They were going 10 lay a tree
acioss the track, hide In the bushes aud await
■he accident. Tueu start a lire, steal what they
could and pet away under cover of the night and
(be confusion that was sine to ensue. As the
time diew near they both roau and went out.
Alter they had gone l;ose went lino the room
and, suatciiiut; a lauieru from the wall, rushed
"I must stop it," she said as »lie ran along In
the ■:. 11 kuesM. "1 must stop It."
There was a budte a suort distance before ihe
place where (tie two men lay ID nail, and It was
low <t it that that she directed her step«. She
slopped a moment light her lantern, then bur
ried on again.
She was almost there when flip heard steps
Delnna her. "Stop," a voice which she n cognized
as her falber'a called. "Stop, or by- — I'll
shoot!" Si ill sir* hun OD. There was a sharp
report aud she tell a stiiiclug pain lv her side.
She steadied herself against a tree for a moment.
As sl.e did co theie was another lei'Oit, her lan
tern went out and there was the Clash of falling
she heaii' tlie whistle of the approaching
tram. She heard it tumble on the bridge and
come nearer aud nearer, lined with despair she
toie otl hei cotton skin and taking the burning
wick of Hie lantern, which lay smoldering on ilia
ground, she managed 10 set the old eolloii dress
aliie. Then taking th« blazing cloth In her hand
ran with all her might onto the track. She could
tee the light lioru the engine as it came nearer
and nearer. .She waved her fieiy signal fran
tically. On, ou, came the train; she could feel
its hot breath; nearer and nearer, then— stopped.
The hie burnt out and dropped liom Kobe's
band and «be lull to Ihe ground.
lusido the train cveiylulng was In the greatest
commotion. Windows wvie tin own open and
heads thiust out. The engineer left his place and
jumped out to »re what was the matter. As he
was looking along the track lie stumbled over
Itose's prostrate lorn).
•■ Hullo," he ciied, bending over her, while
willing bunds came lo Ins assistance. They boie
her iuti» the cats and laid heridown. Her waist
was soaked wltti blood, aud the same daik bus
hem* dv lund bearing the exclamations and
confusion sauntered up to see what was ihe uiat
ter. What wat his surprise 0:1 seeing tie ap
paienily lifeless form of a girl lying on a beitn,
which lite |iuiur hud hastily pulled out. "Why,
It's liose," tie said.
At the sound i ' his voice she opened her eyes.
"There's a tree across Hie truck," abe said,
faintly, and closed them again.
"Aie you hint,- Hose?" naked Da Rand, anx
iously, while tlio>e staudlug around fell back aud
mad way for him.
Slowly she opeued her eyes again, they were
dim with pain.
"I'm going 10 die," the- paid. In a low whisper.
'Tin hint lv my side. I tried i" save ye, sir. for
Lisie. Teil li.cni mere is a tree across the track,
They'll find 11 If 1 hey look."
Theie wa-i a »lgh, a long, struggling breath,
ami the loyal heart was still.
They seui a 1 ..1 iv out as Koss had directed and
found it all as sh • had said, aud knew what sue
had saved them from.
They carried her back to the town which she
bad left mcli a short time iko, and theie at the
tot break .if day they laid her to lest ou the
As for Keiiy and I'bli Blsble they wcie never
seen 01 beard ol afteiwaid.
Bkatbicb Billxido vi Lr.\-A.
KKAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
F. X. Mettmann to E. K. Wood, lot 2, Block
169. University Extension Homestead . ... JlO
Margaret i.McD uald to Sarah Km: I, lot 'C-
Slumtig 40 «. o! S. 1-. It B. :r..c». 37.1 .N.
of Randall St., W. liiu-.f, Si. '.o:u'i« X,
l - 23:«. E. 25 *..„.... jo
Wheelerand Wilson Manufacturing Company
to L. 1.. Hovey, I it un S. liiio of Cumberland
St., lf>s >. of Soe, K. 50x114 10
C. O. Horey to Julius Jacobs, same 10
Joseph M. Comerford to Charles I>. Krlede
main: ami wife, lot on S. Hue of McAllister
St., 300 w. of I'arker are., W. as, s. 90 I
BE. 25. N. 81 to beg 3,800
E. J. le Ureton to F. s. stratton. lot on 8
line or Ht-.ieu St., 137 W. of Taylor, W
137:8x137:tf "... '. 10
John O'Brien to 11. Joost, lo.s 46 to 00, Oirt
Map 4 10
Rudolph Slii; L et al. to I'a'.iline Jacobs, lot
on S. line ot finest., 137:6 W. of Lauuua
*V.26x1.17:8 „ . i 0
Daniel Sullivan to Alexander McKay, lotoa
vv. line ol taker kt., «.':6 s,. of Geary. N
25i91:8 '...' 10
Wolr I lelsher to Morris Koeninann, lot i •- .V."
line of U'r'arrell st , 137:6 K. of FUlmure
E. 50x1 »7:« jo
Joseph M. Comerford to George Taude «mi
wife, lot on 8. line or McAllister .--... 525 w.
of Parker aye., W. 25. S. bS:b, SE. 'J5 >'
Lyiiuu C. Parker to Anna M. Henry, lot on F.
line of Uough st., 90 S. of O'Karrell, », 301
137:8; also lot on li. line of (iougti St., rjo
S. of O'Farrell, S. 17:6x137:0 io
Fabian Joost to Herman W. Thvarks, lot on
X line or Hampshire St., 150 S. of Solano.
S. 25x10. 1 l 200
Alice K. McNevlu and husband to Andrew
Wyatt, lot 667, Oil t Map -So. 1 . . lo
Frederick C. lUeebanerto Mary J. Cle^g, lot
on S. line of Clipper St., 205 li. of Castro, K.
Kate B. Hart t i X. A. Hums ct al.. hits 6io to
650 and lots 652, 654, 066, 65K, tit>o, Ulft
Map No. 3 io
Eugene, le Roy et al. u> Lucy Armstrong, lot
ou W. line of Sixth aye., 210 >. of l"olnt
Lobos, N. Sim-jo jo
Euiiei.e le Hoy et al. to Felix McHugh, lot on
W. line of Kllth fcve., 150 X. of l'olut Lo
hu.,S. 25x120.: io
Eugene le Eqy to v» lam UeCormlck, hit on
>W. ror. of l'olut Lulios and s;xth ayes
N. 125, W. 120, S. 25, li. 12:6, S. 100, F.
Eugene le Hoy to Peter J. i urley, lot on W.
line or Sixth aye., 125 N. of l'olut Lobos. .N.
28xi20 ;;. ■ io
Annie Colin et al. (by Sheriff) to A. ('. Free
man, lot 'Mi s. line ot Valley ST., 203 w of
Church W. ■'5:8xll4 ..../. 134
George Ernest to Barbara Kelley, lot on N.
lino or frosvect place, 100 K. or Foloum
st., £. 75x100 5
Henry Mann to Mary A. Linn, lot beg ls'n. '•':
Vr. of lot 17. Lagnaa Survey, 152 NW. of
SW. of said lot, E. 80x100.... 503
Willlain Hale to A. CL l'reeinan, lota 1 to 6
J4 to 48, Block 294, O'Neil « Haley Tract..' Grant
Charles 11.I 1 . Wheat to William Hale, same .. 10
William 11. Codlngton et al. to Charles U.
Wheat, same 550
A. Sutrolo Anton l.emalre, lot on N. line of
Uoiden uateave., 70 E. of Webster, K. 25x
95 i 0
Michael A. McAullffe, Insolvent debtor (by
City Clerk), to William Hale, ass gnment of
— —^^_ — ~_
v. Meneslnl with George Duncan, grading on W
line or Powell St., 137:0 N. of Sacramento. W. Hl-lix
137 :U; *3600.
James t». Fair to John T. Grant, alterations on
St cor. of tutter and Octavla ata. ; *2U02.
11. ITsrrer a Son with Tim .1. Barrett, to build 0:1
Nineteenth aye., near Point I.obos: $2000. •
William >'. isaron3leather with E. U I II Is, to build
on E. line of Sanchez st., 59:7i,i N. of Sixteenth
N. 75, K. 125, S. 25. W. .0. S. 50. W. 95: *98 60
Mahoney Uros. with Peacock a Keck, brickwork
on BW. cor. of Harrison and Spear st»., S. 276.\
M. L. Lynch with J. F. Wagner, brickwork on N.
line of tddy st., 77 W. of rranklln, TV. 35X.20;
A YouDg English I .. ■, -, i * i ,,., ,| („ |) le
Nick or Time. •
Betecti ye John Coffey and Officer An
thony arrested A. W. S. Crush, a young
Englishman, ypsterday afternoon, and
placed two charges of forgery against him
at the Central fetation. They made the ar
re->t in time, for Crush hud made all ar
rangements to sail for Liverpool before the
C rush arrived bere from Australia about
etglitepii monllis ago Rntl secured eniploy
inent as a solicit! r witli Chirk & Spender,
publishers, borne few months since he was
discharged, ami lit once commenced his
From J. Davidson, a jwweler at 4.18 Hayes
street, he bought a watch and chain for
$30, Biviiiß in payment a check on the Cali
fornia Hank, purporting to be indorsed by
his former employers. He at once sold the
watch for £:i jO.
Leitriin <k Arnold of 606 Clay street and
Kouis Uoldberi! of 118 ilcAllister street
were mulcted in $7 each by the same
method. The Indorsements in each instance
proving to be forgeries, and Crush's account
at tlie bank nil. .Mrs. Shields of i i.;<. Mar
ket street lost 55 and a valise, and Chris
Luber of Woodland $10.
Crush was arrested at the Postoffl'e and
was accompanied by a shippin^-masler,
with whom bo had just signed articlei to
Mayor Haxard of Los Angeles says as
rooii as the city decided to spi'uJ money for
sewers a uipe rhiK was (onued, so tbat the
city was charged S:w,0O0 for pipo that
slioiilil have cost only 8:i4,(W0.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castori*.
When she became Hiss, she clun e to Castoria
When Bhehad Children, she gave them CMtoria.
Jjrl7 2y TuTbSa*Wy |;
SEA AND SHORE.
Latest News From Sealers in
. Bchiing Sea.
Outgoing Vessels Watch-d for a Suspected
Criminal— Condition of ths Electric
Light at Meiggs Wharf.
The officers In charge of the Merchant!' Ex
change Station at ft'elggs Wharf are making
loud comilaluts about tbe iiiefliciency of tlie
electric light on the wharf. For ihe last three
nights, and after having been lit, it only burned
about five nun 11: os and then went out. Ibe cus
toms official! at the same placo make similar
statements and complaint).
The whaif has been wrapped In total darkness
for three nights in consequence of the failuie ot
tbe electric light to perform its fuuetious. This
bas caused cousldeiable inconvenience, not only
to tlie officers in conti oiling the movements of
vessels, but also to shipper:, who have como to
regard tbe electric beacon as a sort of light
house. The officers state that they complaint a
at Hie headyutirteis of the cnmpauy of tlie tad
condition 01 Hie light, and llial the Superintend
cut claimed thai somebody was tampering with
This the ill.cers say 19 absurd, as no one would
be so foolhaidy as lo handle an electric wlie aud
run the rl»k uf dtaih, simply for the sake of
anjust u:ent. Tbe ijupeiiu.cndent sent an em
ploye to Ex ibe light sonic days ago, but tlie men
on :iu- v.i .vf -talc that the lining did not Im
prove matters aud that tlie light goes out witb
the same ieguhul:y as befoie.
NKWS FBOH THE SEALEIiS.
The Dashing Wave, which ai rived on Tuesday,
brought tin- latest icfoimatlon ot the movements
of the sealing licet. According to this the
schooner C 11. White caught I'O otieis r.n Sanat
Island. Alaska, aud took the entire lot iv two
hall days' hunting; the lie. man has 13 otters,
the Helen IMuin 14 and tlie Alexander 10.
It is understood in snipping elides that In con
sequence of Hie stiiei orders issued by the Becre
laiy of the Tieastny to lite United Stales reve
uue cutters In hebimg Nj& 111 lelatlou to tlie
anost of trespassers the pi ivate sealers bnve
sent instructions to all their vessels at Band
I'olnt to lemaiu away from liehiing Sea.
In explanation of Iheae oiders one of the pri
vaie sealers said yesteiday that lliey could not
aflord to take any inoie chance-* and that as
much money could be made out of otter huutm-
It is also thought that if the leveuue cutters
make a capttiie they will biiug hei to an Amer
ican poit. It is ulso leunrKd ibat the Canadian
(Jovi inment has gheu notice thai It will not be
responsible for lti ulsb vessels caught poaching
iv loibiddeu wnteis.
OUTOOrKG BTEAMEKB WATCHKB.
Tbe outgolug steamers were closely watched
yesterday by police officers, who were looking
for a supposed criminal. A young mail named
Frank Hill was robbed ou Tuesday ulglit of a
&old watch and chain and a sun of ciuihc, Hie
aiticles having been taken from his room at 440
1-purth street. The man suspected, be heard
wls Koine to Oregou and that Has why the
steamers were watched. The suspected man
was uol discovered.
A notice was sent out yesterday by Light
house liupecliir Thomas I'eny giving nonce
tliai tbe Noonday Kock bell-buoy has been
placed n,Ml.:;rii.ii position. It Is now moured
in iwenly-two latlioma of water, 100 yards south
by west 11 on) Ihe rock, which lias Eighteen feet
of water on 11. This position Is somewhat diner
eut 1 1 111 the old one, it being now cnLsnleiably
nearer the lock. The bottom lv the vicinity of
Ihe rock is 11 ; c filial- and vessels should appioacU
11 with Hie gieatesl cauiion.
The new Iron sieamnhlp city of Seattle 1 , built
for ll. c l'uget .Sound and Alaska Steamship Com
pany, has just bet 11 launched In i'hil.ni. li.liia.
Hie vessel has a large freight capacity, besides
accommodations lor 2o'> passengeis. She will
nave a speed ol 20 miles an hour and will be
complelea by August Ist.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
The s'.riiin i Gaelic Dnived at Yokohama on
Ihe 2btu, baring iiia.U- tin* tun thence 1:1 17 days.
The Unite tiiiwur has leturued Hom'l'oil
Costa, Wlieal laden.
The Ida I'liiience brought down from Bowens
Lauding yesterday Cv coidsof wood and 2uUO
The British ship EnierLlti sailed for Queens
toviu and the baiK LK)U Adulfu for Melbourne.
Hit* steamer bania .Mai:n. which recently ran
asboie at Kedondo Beacb, came on the Mer
chants' Diy-dock yesiciday. An Inspection
shuwed that she- sustained no damage.
Tbe steamer Columbia sailed for J'ortland and
Astoria wiib 14.7 la-oengeis.
The Mieamer Los Angeles arrived from San
Pedro and the llouitaliuiu San Diego,
Tin: sie&niHi Collma made her last trip to I'au
aiua In twenly-tbree days fiom this port, airlv
ing out 011 the L'-ltli.
Tliß neameis loos Hay and NOIIII Folk will
«ail from this port to-day fur Little. Kiver aud
Ihe steamer bt, I'aul of the Alaska Commer
cial Company will sail on June lutu tor Oona
laska wilii -.ut.plles lor the compauy's statluus.
Theie aie Ihiee ships over 150 days out lor
this port— the Join W. Marr, 158 fiom Halu
more; the Ventura, 102 fiom Autweip, and the
Dunflilan, 100 from Llveipool. They are ex
pected in ainve at the same lime. *
LINCUL.N SCHUOIi CLOBISG.
Good Knsayii, DeclaniMiiml and Orches-
Every available seal at. ilia Lincoln School
was occupied and fully a huudied Interested
spectators aloud in the aisles during ihe Inter
esting programme of closing exercises winch
look place Ilieie yesterday afternoon. Flowera
and applause were given without stint, and lie
boys, me teacueis and parent* were happy.
Tlie most popular feature of the afternoon was
the orchestration by boys. A boy wielded the
baton aud boys nloue composed the orchestra.
The following I H'K l -initiie w.i-i tendered:
l'ail I— Choral, "Flndlaud's Soao" ; declama
tion, "I'yiainids not all Egyptian." John K. Ham
ilton; declamation, "The March of Mind,"
(■'eui£e S. PollaoaDee: recitation, "The Silver
Wedulng." Arthur W. Dullaid: declamation,
"Our Honored Dead," Jacob S. Meyer; choral,
"Cover '1 hell (iiavts With Howeis"; composi
tion, ".Naiure's Scavengers'," John Itiiey:
declamation, "o:>9la!i's Addiess to tlie Sun,"
John M. Carlson; recitation, "Asleep at ibe
Switch," Daniel Coiemaii ; orchestra, "A Day
Dream": declamation, "ibe Discoveries uf
(iallleo," Darrcll W. Hare; composition, "Around
Hie World In a Balloon,'' Louis Levy; declama
lion, "The Americau Klait," Barry L. Simon;
declamation, "I'tililotlsni," John 11. I'rldeaux'
violin solo. Abe Solomon.
ran ll.— Composition, " Autumn in the Home
of livaiiellne," Charles Elliot Ebrlgbt; reclta
li.iii, " 'I ho Magical Isle." Harry C. B, Morris*
choral, "In May Time"; declamation, " The
Only True Nobility," Frank W, Ma} bury; Com
position, " Education," Fred Mleiiener* dec
lamation, " Lite a Mighty lover," Klchaid X
Onyou; orchestra, " Alice, Where Art Thou?"*
ueciamation, " Onward." John J. I'lielaii: decla
mation, •• Full of cardinal Vol-cy," Grant li
Cole; choral, " Theie's a i'ath ny tlieKiver"*
declamation, "Mind Hie Gloiy of Man," David
J. Duck ; i coital ion, "The Hero of Lake Erie "
Edward siouitrnbuig; composition, " Mirfrable
More Mi-eiable, Mo-t Mi-eiable" Chaile*) 1'
Burnett; oichestin, " Caliph of Bagdad"- Kres
< illation of Brldce and Lincoln medals, Director
Fhut; piebentallon of diplomas, President Dal
The followimt were honorary pui>lls:
Mr. \V. A. l.e^ell's clas".— Charles K. Eckart
Ktauk W. Fuller, lieoigo Elliot Kotinlit. Aitbur
«. BteUuD, Lharlei I. Burnett, lleiberl W
Ciozirr, Kleliaid Newman, Max Woiui.tr, Ed
waiU I-. Wolf, John Albert Uuodell, Hcrin.ii- A
l-oilntde, VMlhaiu 1". Uobe. Geoige blietmati
Mr. K. 1). Faulkner's clHss-.lamcs Francis
Uißiinmi. Henry Jolin Hay, Louis l.cvv I'ied
Graves Micliener, Ralnti flnena, Albert M <)
Kui'Kiigi'cm. Ailhiir Kuuene Davis, .lnlm Uni^i, n
llKimiion, J;ieob «. Meyer, Klcliard T. Uuyou
Uarry Lewis Ninon, William Houlihan, feidl
uand A. M. UeMhelmer.
Tlie orclieslra w.., composed as follows:
Violins- Kiclivid Newman, tjauiuel Savaiin.ih
tuuene puchicii. lieunle Apulebaum, l.nuls
Lacay, Hairy Jaeobson, Alv.r Freucb, Musvl
Klelu; piano, David J. Buckley; leutlur Aba
Solomon. ' °
Medals of honor were given to tbe pupils w|jo*e
i.iin.i'i Hie ii.1.j.., 1 , v™u ™
r,rl<i e .- Medal list— Mr. R. D. Faulkner's clisv
James F. Brannan, Louis Levy. P.sd Oraraa
Micliener. Iticliaid 1. Onyou, Feidiuand A M
Liuculn Medal 11-t-Mr. U. D. Faulkner's Cats-
James F. Hiiinnau, Louis Levy. J.'ieu liran<
Micliener, lttcliard T. Onyon. Ferdin«u<i am
VVestheitn r, Ailliin K. Davis, 11.-ivy J n '
John ltalston liuinilton, Jacob S Meyer 'l'.i'.i.'
I'incii^, Harry L. timioii. "»aipn
Lincoln anil Undue Medals— W.' A. 1 eiinelt'-i
class: Charles F. Kckan, Elcbard Newman
Max wolman. Frank W. Fuller, George K. eft
i Hill. John A. «.oo«lc!l. Cliailes V. lliiiueif "«r
niau A. Fortiicde, Kdward I. Wolf. Ailhur'h el
sou, lleibeit W. Crozier.
A DUMMY RUNG IN.
A Startling Discovery M«l< in a I'ollce
On Marcli 9th last SerEcmit Hook »nd posse
raided a Chinese bouse of 111 fame and arrested
seven Clilueso Inmates, lives males ana two
women. The prisoners secured their release on
bail, and alter numbeiless delays and contin
uances mo case of Sin Lung, or Sing lice, the
name being aillerently spelled In all Hie records,
came up for trial belme a jury In I'ulico Judte
Klx's court yesterday . » ,
When called, Joseph F. Coßey, attorney for
the d rendant, «uted that He,; wan In court »ud
ready lor trial. A Jury of eleven was secure* "o
ny the case, and afier the complaint had been
read Se.ceant Hook took Hie stand, described
the arrest mid statea that Hee was ayouns''cm
naman, well dressed and speaking fluent Ku
glisb. When I'losecutiup Attorney Diin'ne
a>ked him If ho saw the defendant In court di
recting his attention to two (Jiiine>>e supposed to
be Coney's i clients, the sergeant said he did not.
Neither of the two Chluese present could lie
Iden ify as Sing Hee.
The oideieo> Hee'» name called at the
door, and no sooner had the bailiff commenced
calling 1 hau one of the two 111 the courtroom
rose and said his name was Sing llee. Seraeant
Hook positively declared that lie was not the
Simon Tutu Slug Her, but a dummy, and Judge
Klx became very Indignant over the proceedings
and expressed himself very strongly on the
point that 'Jollcy had stated that Slug llee was
He dismissed the Jury, ordered thn proceed
ings set aside as a mistrial, Sing Hee's two
ball forfelied, Hie Imperitoiiator of Slue iiee
locked up on a charge of false Impersonation
and a bench warrant Issued for the true Slug
Hee and placed In Sergeaul Hook's hand"
Attorney Coffey exi.latntd that he did not t>er
nonally know sing llee, Having T,u ij T been re
taiued to defend him by his friends \fiid bee lts.
them present, concluded Hee was with iLciu.
A bank will soon be started at Antioch.
■ Growinff i
WMi^' Too Fast
become listless, fretful, without ener-
gy, thin and weak. But you can for-
tify them and build them up, by the
OF PURE COD LIVER OIL AND
Of lime and Soda.
They will take it readily, for it is al-
J most as palatable as milk. And it i
j should be remembered that AS A TEE- 1
( TENTME OR CURE OF COUGHS OBCOLHS, I
IN BCTH THE OLD AND YOUNG, IT 18 I
j UNEQUALLED. -Avoidtubatilutionso/Ti-red. j
***"" 7eTTyTuTbSuX\YJr ■
And clean your Shoes >?!?> jr<P?Xi
in place of a Brush. n *™iu£
EVERY Housewife """"""' *"
EVERY Counting Room.
EVERY Carriage Owrier '
EVERY Thrifty Mechanic
EVERY Body able to hold a brush
WILL STAIN OLD & >» Fur-NiTunc Tarnith
W'Li Stain Glass and Chinawarc a f /, e
WILL 8T»I.« TINW.Ht fam9
»,LL5T.,,,0 .0L»8.,, t T 1 " me -
will Stain Baby • Coach and
•WOLFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia.
AA in Drug, Paint and 11-.n.z* iVrnuAi/iy Slant.
Jal4 ly TnThßa _^
JOHN WIELIIS CELEBRATED
STANDARD, ] Sold During the Year
EXTRA PALE, 1888 .
erluger. 1122J73 Barrels of Beer.
For Sale at All Principal Saloons.
ASK FOR" IT.
Cloalng Kzcrrlsra of tiie Three Fifth
<- 1 ..I «< CliOirs.
Closing exercises were held yesterday
afternoon by the fifth grade classes of the
Clement Grammar School, taught by tho
Misses J. Houston, K. Maudeville nnd
Esther Simms. The exercises were in two
I arts, and the createst interest was mani
fested in them by the pupils. The pro
gramme was us follows:
1. Opening son**, "Sweetly the Morning Light".
2. Reel tat lou, "A Child's Question"
3. Kecltatlou, "Mrs. I'iper" i.enerieve Voy
4. Dialogue, "The Lost Knife" Four girl*
5. Recitation, "The Disobedient Owl". Maggie King
6. l'lauo duet, "Lucia (11 Lammermoor"
lilrdle Scharu and Ellas Uecht
7. l:e- .tatmn, "Klshrruirl sue"......Eldora Davis
8. KecUatlon, "Wild Hoses" Alice Cohen
I). Class song, "The Little Streamlet"
10. Kerltation. -A Story or Faith". .Lluie Kaujohn
11. Dialogue. "The Seasons" tour girls
1* Her it.ttion, "The Ureen Mountains". l'earl (Jates
13. Uecltatiou, "She li |.. .,;,,, -.; It"..So|ihle I.i-lns.c
14. Bong, ".sweet KveuliiK Bells" Eif-hteea girls
15. Kecitatiou, "A Legend of liurgoyua"
16. Kecita.luii, "Mother's Fool" ....Irene Love
17. Vocal duet, "In tb* Starlight"
Jeaunette. Finnic and Francis lialley
18. Keciutiou, "UpeulnK the ll.itc for Pap.i"
19. Kecluitlou, "The Child's Good MoruiUK". ...
20. Violin solo. "II irovatore." Charles Itapp
1. Piano solo, "Little Sweetheart"
2. Kec.tatlou, "'■oineUody's Mother". .Fauule Lord
3. Kecitation, "Charge ol the Light brigade**..
ii. I.i 1..-..1 in
4. class song, "Cuckoo"
6. Recitation, "The High Tide" Ada Mauheliu
li. Dialogue, •'Youthful Dissipation" Two girls
7. Vocal solo, "That Is Love" Julia Le.«zyus>y
B. Dance, Highland Ding JeJinnetle Finule
9. Recitation, -Sheridan's Ulde".Ueurgr i-< rguson
10. Kcclutlon, "A Naughty Little (Jin's View of
Life" May Burke
11. Vocal duet, "In the lleautlful Moonlight"...
Francis lialley and Jeannelle Flnnte
12. Kvcltatlon, "A City Hoy" LouU Andro
13. I Lino solo, "In the Moonlight"
14. Kecitation, "The Village Sewing society...
... Florence Keach
15. Violin solo, *->oruia" Morris Isaacs
10. rianosoio Marian Hiding
1 1.- ii :fi. i int tf» Convict.
Police Judge Lawlei yesterday dismissed
the cfaaixe of perjury aeainat James Mc-
Mabon, who was ordered into custody last
ilonduy by Judge JoHohiuiseu. While
testifying iv the cuse of Joiin Dougherty,
whose arrest he had causci for robbery,
JlcMahoti swore that Dougliertv had
uothiiib' to do with the case. Jud«e Lawlei
in disuiissint; tliu iiiattcr said the evidence
was iu»u(lit.'ii'iit to convict McMahoii.
■\YKDNtSDAY Eramn, May 23.
SUUUAHY Ol- TUE UAKIiKr-i.
Yellow Corn cleaned up.
>'o chaufie in Hay.
Creamery l.utter appeared.
1-rtat.i aud Vegetables abumlaDt.
Oranges hard to sell.
I'ouitry Iv good supply.
Knellsh Wheat Market.
LivKr.rooi., May 28.— The spot market Is ea«y
at 6s 11 a ii@7» M. Cargoes are quiet at 35$ 9d
lor off coast, 35s yd fur just shipped and 35s yd for
The Produce Exchange cable (fives the following
Liverpool quotations: May, 7s lV&d; June, 7s 1 > 4 d ;
July, 7s Hid: August, 1»/4<I: September. 7s l*4d;
October^ 7s 2',i'l; November, 7s 2>/id; December,
752% d. , •
London, May 38.— Consols, 98y»; United States
Honds: 4's, l-'5: 4Vj'«. 105; surer, 47; Rentes,
901 36c. Bullion out of Hank of England, £10,000.
New York Market*.
New York, May '.'B.-The market was Irregular,
but strong. Missouri Pacific advanced li' H , North
ern Paclllc >,i> Oregon Transcontinental Hi, l'a
clrtc Mall 2%, Sugar Trusts l» . The afternoon
was Inactive and weak and closed heavy and
. dispirited. Total sales, 401.393 shares.
Nkw York, May 28.— United states Bonds: 4's,
122; 4 Mi's, 102»i: Northern I'acinc, 37 Vs; Cana
dian I'acilic, 82; Central l'acine, BSMki Union Pa
elfle, 67; AtchHon, Toneka and Santa Fe, 47;
YVells-Kargo. 140 bid, ISO asked; Western Uulou.
85%: Silver, lU2U; Sterling, f>i Ke^4 «7.
Wheat, cash, No. -, Stic; Ho. 3, l>o' /:l e.
Coffee— 17 80.
Bugar-B 7-lWs»5 9-16e.
Copper— Lake, *15 20.
Tin-Spot, »21 25.
Lead— Domestic, »1 271^
Chiiago, May 28.— Wheat opened at !>3> and
closed at 94c.
Chicaoo, May 28.— Wheat, cash, U4c
. Pork— *l3 20.
LarO— lß 06.
Whisky— »l U9.
Quotable at »l 03V^@l OlVa V ounce.
(PO ftAw^ fIMQ HA
Ilk TO a MARKET STREET."
WE HAVE ADDED NEW LINES TO THE ABOVE JUSTLY
POPULAR-PRICED GOODS and have placed the entire Iot— SOME
FIVE HUNDRED SUITS IN ALL— on lower floor, where we will
still continue selling until disposed of,
OUR $8.90 SUITS !
Cannot be purchased in any city in the United States for less than
from $12 50 to $16, AS HILL PROVE ITSELF UPON EXAMINA-
OUR $13.50 SUITS
Will mutch anything offered in this city at from $16 to $25.
SEE THESE SUITS BEFORE PURCHASING.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING
UNDER ONE ROOF IN THE UNITED STATES.
*&• ONE PRICE I -ca
M. J. FLAVIN & CO.,
924 to 928 Market Street, Through to Ellis. '
PRICE LISTS FREE ON APPLICATION. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
New York Exchange.
New York exchange, 20c for sight drafts and
Sue for telegraphic.
Steamers to sail to-day are the Bonita for San
IMego, the Cobs Hay for Fort Bragg and the North
Fork for Iluinboldt Hay. The Willamette Valley
falls due from Yaqulua Hay, the Ajax from Coos
Hay, the Humboidt Irom Humboldt Hay, the Cool
Hay from Little River, the Gipsy from the Salinas
Klver and the San Pedro from Tacoina.
The City of Sydney falls due from I'anama Tues
The W. 11. Fnilth takes for Liverpool 65.282 ctls
Wheat, valued at $88,800; the Doris for Cork,
44,881 ct'.s at *59,604.
FLOUR— Net cash prices »re as follows: Fam
ily extras, sk^i SO; Bakers' extras, $4 lO@4 20;
city superfine, $2 Eo@3 10; Interior brands, S4<g>
4 'JO tor extras and tit M)@:t 10 «l bbl for superfine.
WHEAT— DuII. No further change of conse
quence either here or abroad, No. 1, $127%: No.
2, SI 26; choice, »i 30; extra choice, for milling,
SI 82^01 M»etL
CALL SAI.K-S — MORNING.
Buyer '9o-300. SI 39? ; 200, SI 39^i. Bayer
season-200, *1 27 Vi: liOO, si 27y 8 . Buyer season,
new crop— loo, »1 40.
CALL SALES— AFTEKSOOy.
Buyer '90-100, 81 393,1; 200, SI 39%. Buyer
■eason, new crop— 2oo, *1 4534.
BAKLEY— Continues weak and quiet. No. 1 Feed,
$1: choice, *1 01V4@l 02Vi: lower grades, 95@
V'K'jC; fair to Rood Brewing, SI 05gl 10; good to
choice, »1 I'ji j.<£l 15 V cti.
CALL SALES— MORNIN'O.
Buyer '00—100. $1 07%; 300, $1 07-7*. Buyer
season— 2oo, 99 Vic; 100, 99% c; 100,98 c.
CALL — AFTERNOON.
Buyer '90-200, SI 08; 100. SI 08>,i; 100, SI 8-Vg.
OATS-Inactive at the decline. No. 1 White,
$1 57i,!i@l 60; choice. SI 62M,; Gray, $1 50; Black,
$1 35; surprise. SI 75(^1 SO ctl.
CORN— No Yellow of any consequence here.
Ouohttons are nominal at *1 '40 for large and
tl 27 1 -. for small round. White Is quotable at
51 o.iirl 10 >« ctl.
KYfc- Quotable at 92Vi*!'7i;,c ?! ctl.
BRAN— quotable at SI3SO®I4 50 for the nest
and $13 > tou lor lower craves and outside brands
MIDDLaNUS-Qnoted at*l7l*lßsO"p ion.
HAY— New Wheat, »S(gm>: new Oat, »7(a19. Old
Is quotable as follows: Wheat,S9j)l*) BO lor ordi
nary, ami *16!§|1B 50 for extra choice; Wheat and
Oat, SHd)U 50: Oat.sß@ll. 50; Wild Oat, SlO@l2
-li;inry. t7@lo ton.
STRAW -yuotabie at 45@55c ?i bale.
MILLSTUFFS— Oroand Barley »->2 SO. The mills
•ell Oilcake Meal at 935 Jl ton net; Hye Flour, He
%* It.; It>e Meal, 2M,c; Graham Hour,' 3Vic: Oat
meal, 41/.C: Oat Groats, 4- ll 4 c: Cracked Whear.
ai-.c: Buckwheat Flour, 6c; Pearl Barley. *',*(&
4'ic it.. / " a>
SEEDS— Mustard, quotable at *1 90@2 f!
etl; ilruwn Mustard, siiio:i'ij; Flax, *'-' 75<g);i 25-
Canary. 3Vi@3»4o %* It.: Alfalfa, 7i..»m-ii- * lb;
Rape. *' A c: lli-uip, 4>^c; Timothy, 6" ; *4@6 l /ic.
HIM I I'KAS- Nominal. Mies. &2(^'J 25 * ctl
Split Teas, tii ,c ii m.
BUCKWHEAT— California, si 85 asked; Eastern.
SJ 18 V Ctl.
COKNMKAI-, ETC.— Table Meal, 2.i 4 @3i.ie ? ft-
Feed Corn. $'. - 6 SO® I .'? 50; Cracked Corn. »J7(ai2B »
ton; Hominy, 4c V It..
BEAMS -Kanraml Inactive. Bayos. $:f 90@i 15;
Pea. »■_> 'j.v.i-j 50; small White. *2 20(g>2 40: I'ink,
52 75'g):t; Keds, nominal; Limas, $4 7.') &s; Batters,
f l'@'J ■/.*» V ctl for small and medium.
POTATOES— New are weaker. A few old Red Call
lornl.os are selllni; up to $2 40. A few new Jer
sey Blues are In from l'ajaro. Receipts of new
I'otaioes yesterday were 1926 sacks ana 800 boxes.
Eastern. $1 40®l 50 for common, $1 75 for good
and fttg,-l 25 tor choice. New Potatoes, SI 75@- la
sacks and SI &ois-J.. In boxes.
ONIONS— New were firm yesterday at *1 75@1 80
V ctl. Australian, >30S.
Hi'TTKlt— Dull and unchanged. Some creamery
Butter Is coining in from the new creameries on
ilumboldt Bay. Some fancy brands bring over the
quotations. Fancy, 16W91b°c;good to choice, r.it,
@14 >.c; common to fair, 10(gil2c: store Batter, Dig)
lie 14 Id; pickled roll, nominal; Eastern, 7(&loc
CHEESE— Good to Choice mild new, B@8c: Young
Americas, t*g)9c: cased. Vac additional; Eastern, 13
@Hy ? cV».
POULTRY— The market Is very weak and well
supplied, particularly with small Broilers, Ducks
and Geese. Live Turkeys* are quotable at 19
@21c %< It, for Cobblers and 17««18e for Hens;
Ueose, V pair, $101 '.'s:<i»slin 'S, »1 25©1 75: Ducks,
t\i'i\ 60 for old and (4 60 (*7 [or young: Hens,
Ss<£ti; Roosters, young, S!Ka)IJ; do, old, Ss:q)s SO;
Fryers, fB!S7: Broilers, $S($U tor large and *2 £><)[■*
4 %( duz for small.
UAME— Hare, »1 75; Rabbits, SI 60 for Cotton
tails, and $1 -■<'!? 1 S7i/ for (.mall.
■ EOGS— Ranch ICqis coutlnue to advance and some
dealers get 20 •, though this figure Is not yet general
enough for a quotation. Eastern, lliu,Hic; Califor
nia, 14lu/17c tor store and l.^tolile for ranch.
HONEY— Sales of new water-white extracted at
6V4&B'" and of new White comb at 12c. The mar
ket is .lull and weakening. New Comb Is quotable
at 11k.@12c for strictly good White. We quote
old Honey: (iooii to choice Wnlte Comb, Il@i2c
do. m lit. frames. I2V3C; common White Comb,
N*jil(>. : amber extracted, 6',-,c; dark . extracted,
ed, 4i,s,@Bc%> m.
BEEsWAX-yuotableat 20@21c V 18.
FRESH FRUITS— There were not many changes
yesterday. Currants went off slowly. Poor Straw
berries dragged. Receipts of Cherries showed a
further Increase. Yesterday's receipts Included 943
cheats Strawberries, 7424 boxes Cherries and 37
boxes Apricots, Currants, 35@50c %* drawer: Rasp
berries, 75' i<t $1 >* drawer and $2'q)J 25 V crate;
Apricots. 6010165 c V drawer and TChloll 25 V box;
Green Apples, 50® 75c: Cherries, 25(^30c fcr com
mon, 25(540c tor good to choice Kcd, 26@10c for
White, 3»<<s.VJc %i box for good to choice Black
Tartarian and 50^)75c for Royal Aline. Gooseber
ries, 2<gMc V. lb for common, 3 1 ,^(3.4c lor Oregon l'lt
proved and 5c 9 It. for Koglisn. strawberries, S2 50
94 t> chest for large Berries and »:>■•■ lor Long
CITRUS FRUIT. Oranges are hard to sell.
Mediterranean Sweets are quotable at t3t&3 50
ft box; Riverside Seedlings, »L'i<f.3 9 box; Riv
erside Navels, s:'m,.l 50 9 box; Los Angeles
Seedlings, $1 75Q2 60; Los Angeles Navels, S2
@?z 25 ¥ box; Malaga Lemons, *li<iii; Sicily Lemons,
».'...•.■!. Rlversldn Lemons, SI ..('..- 2 60; San In.- ■.'
Lemons, if 1(3(1 50; Los Angeles Lemons, tl@l 50;
Mexican Limes, tti@7; Bananas, si@3 50 '*, bunch;
pineapples, t:<@s V dozen.
DRIED FRUlTS— Raisins, »1 7w»2 15 for good to
choice layers. *?l(g!*l 10 for common to fair layers
and H7V4c<atl 60 for loose: Uraprs. 3@4c «-
IK: Pressed Figs. 4@sc: impressed do. li,i.(^:lc; pitted
Mums, 7@!?c: unoltted Plums, 3@Jc:" evaporated
Apples, 1 1 >...,«& 1 2 y s c; sliced Apples. 6@7',-(C: quar
tered do, 5"/ 2 <'»llfrnla Prunes. Mm l_'i :.c: tier
man Prunes, «®7c; sun-dried unpeelcd bleached
reaches, liiijWiac: unbleached Peaches, Simile;
peeled bleached Peaches, 17V2.«'--'M;C; sun-dried
bleached Apricots, 15M>17c: unbleached, B^llc:
evaporated Apricots, l,">(i*l7Vi:C ¥ lb.
NUTS— Pino Nuts, quotable at 7@7VSc "P ID:
•oftshell Almonds. 11i,4®130 * lb; hard-shell
Almonds, s(g>iie j( IB; paper-shell Almonds, 12":.(o.
14c; Calllornia Walnuts, 7@9c for Los Angeles, flB
10c for Santa Barbara; Chile Walnuts, 7(^7',-,c; Pea
nuts, l>@7»ic; Hickory Nuts, Pecans, u^)l4c: Fil
berts, ll'.;,(gil2" c; , lirsill Nuts, nominal at 12 ; . ■<.■
13cV IB: Cocoanuts, ts@o >* 100.
VEGETABLES— Rhubarb is la light receipt and
higher. Peas and r.eaus are weaker. Yesterday's re
ceipts Included 657 boxes Asparagus. 146 sacks Peas,
179 boxes Rhubarb and 175 sacks Siring Beans.
Green Peppers, 10@15i* $ 16: Summer Squash, 9H
(a,l 26*4 box; Wai Heans.4fa.sc; fountain Beans,
s@6c: string lieans, 4^.4' ■■<• "p Id; Cucumbers, 2t>@
50c '?. doi: ordinary Asparagus. 50<(« * IV. bx: choice,
$1 25681 60; fancy, *1 75i«2: Rhubarb, $I@l 25
box (or No. 1 and 76c for No. 2: Green Peas, 2i<-.(S
3'/ 2 c %* 10 For Sweet and 3gi4c for Garden; dry Pep
pers. 12c: dry Okra, U#loc f> *C: Cabbages, (2i3i2 50
?l ctl: Feed Carrots, 50r»65c; Turnips, 75c'*fl;
Beets, »1 .: Parsnips, $1 25@1 60 V, ctl: Garlic, 8
@10c V 18.
PROVISIONS— Eastern covered Breakfast Bacon,
quotable at 13@13i,ic ■$ » ; California, smoked
Bacon, S@loc if» It. for heavy and medium,
and 13@13i/ s c?( ft for light: 13y.@14c V 16 for
extra light; Isacon Slues. »ij»3!,c -p Bl ; Eastern
Sugar-cured Hams* for city trade, 13i/,@l3'/ic;
Callfornii Hams, salt, 12'.i(0.1-.n:.i' .ir.' : " refriger
ator-cure. I. 13(513-,ic: Lam, tierces. Eastern, ail
kinds. 9fii)» Vic -.cases, 10@10MjC*. California tierces,
Bi,4@i)*>»>c: halt.bbis, 9i,.,@9-'>4c; tins. 10c;
pails, 10-ir., 10y a c: do. 5-ft, lo^ic; ke-.'s. 9 /i@lo<!
%> 16: Mess Beef. *8 50-39; extra mess do, *:i 50a>
10: family do, *12 s(Kai3: clear Pork, $20020 50:
extra prims, 50fg)17: extra clear. *20 50-^2l:
mess do. *18 50@l!) =? bbl; Pig pork, i* keg, *3 SO®
3 75: Pigs' Feet, ?12@12 50 f* bbl; Smoked Beet,
lItJPS-Flriu at 10@14c ■$ lb. lagTW
HIDES AND PELIS-Heavy salted steers, 58
IDs and over. B@BV4c * tt>: medium, 46 to 66 !t.s, si.j
@6c; light. sc: Cowhides, 6c; salted Kip, 4(9
4V s c: salted Calf. 41 oc; Dairy Calf, 20@30c; dry
Hides, usual selection, »c; dry Kips. 7c; dry
Calf, 7c pit); prime Goatskins, 35c each: medium
do, 2uYa.3oc: small skins. 10c: Deerskins, good sum
mer, 39c: medium, 25($2Sc: thin. 20c i* id: Sheep
skins, shearlings, lU<gi2oc: short wool. 30@50c; ma
dium. ('.;. ■-:•(),■; long wool, 90@$l 25 ft 16. Butcher
town green skins sell relatively higher.
TALLOW— Fair to good rendered, 3Vi@4c*. re-
Bned, si,email@example.com: Grease, 3c ?t 16.
WOOL — We quote spring clips as follows:
Eastern Oregon, lf>@2oc; Nevada, 15@18ViC;
choice Northern. 19@21c: Humboldt and Mendo
cino, 2Ks*^3c: San .loaquin and Southern, year
staple, 12":..@15c; sin Joaquin and Southern, seven
months, 139180; choice Foothill, 16®1U>.^c %» 16.
BAGS— ("alrutta. spot, 6i.i@6sic: June, 6'- ; (9
6".^i-: Wool K.i '>. 36@3Sc; Potato Gunnies, nominal.
LEATHER— Good heavy Sole, 260380: medium,
22®-J3c, V Hi: good light Sole, 20@21e ft 16;
damaged, 16c » It.; Buff, lu@l2c %) foot: Side
Leather. 9',-j®loVic »* loot: Calfskins, 30®40c *
It.: Kins. $25iji40 ■a dos; No. 1 Harness, 27®30c;
No. 2, a4©26c 9 B. -.-..:.-■
SDUAR— The California Refinery quotes, terms net
cash: Cube, "Vie; Crushed, 7'.ic; Extra Powdered,
7i,ic: Fine Crushed, 7i.ic: Dry Granulated. 6' c:
Confectioner's A. 6 ic: Extr.\ C. s fie; Gulden 0,
6Va« f* 16: Bags, " 8 c more than bbls.
San Francisco Meat Market.
Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers are
BBEF— quality. st,i@6c; second quality,
4"-irg-s>ic; third do. 4,-«4V,c.
\ KAJ — Large. 4'a6,-:"sirall Calve-), 6@7c,
MUTTON — 6(s«'.,c: Ewes, 60.
LAMM— Spring Lamb. 7@Bc ?! 16.
PORK— Live Hogs, -I@»V4C for grain-fed, and 3'i
ia4o for heavy packing: stock Hogs, ii,ii% V
16: dressed do, 7®Sc * 16.
KEOEIPTd OF PRODUCE.
W ESD* y. May 28.
Flonr, qr ...20,534 Rran, 3.700
do, Oregon .do.... 7,218 Middlings, s«s 1,660
Wheat, ctls 67.485 Gr Screenings, sks_ 495
Barley. Otis 7.osv;Hay. tons 334
Oats, Oregon, 4,725 straw, tons 30
Potatoes, sis 2,799 Wool, bis 401
do, Oregon, d 0... 60 do. Oregon, d 0... 505
do, Eastern, d 0... 9 in Hides, no 267
Onions, sks 324 Kalslns, bxs 200
Patfi of I>«*pnrtury From San Francfsoo.
,_ Anceles.. San Pedro MavLIO. HAM|Bdw'y2
'ityPnepla.. ] Vie -Pit Sound lalarSD. 9*m Bdw'y 1
ealandla... I Australia | MavLU, 12m Oceanic
tumboldc .. Humboldt nay.. MavLU, Mam : ">Yaihtii
tate or i .ii. . Portland I June I,loam Spear
leilco.... v .|San Diego. June I.llam Ilidw'y2
Lcapulco.... Panama June 3.12 —lis S
lelglc China* Japan.. June 3, Spmip MSS
Lurei— San Pedro June 3. Bam ' Hdw'v 2
"matllla I Vie A Put Sound June 4, 9am I Bdw'y 1
orona I Humboldt Bay.. | June 4. 9am Bdw'y 1
trauma | San Diego I June 5,11 am ! Bdw'y 2
Departure ot Australian ateamer depends on tba
BOM AND TIDE TABLE.
la Pacific standard Time. Computed by Thohas
Tennent, Chronometer and Instrument
Maker. 18 Market street.
... 8.15 am 1.39 nil 8.26 nil
■ Small. I
.... 9.12 am 2.22 pm| 8.49 pm
.... 10.11 ah 3-04 PM 919 pm
el 11.08 am 3.45 PHI 9.54 pu
c 2 0.04 P.M 1 4.29 PU 10.28 pu
D 8 1.00 pu 5.14 11.04 pu
it 1.56 Ml' (3.01 pu11. 44 pu>
ior LaU Blupinna JytltUiaeiux tee Eight* Jfait.
■Wednesday. May 28.
Stmr llonita, Lelanrt, 93 hours from San Diego,
vis Port Ilarford: produce, to Qoojall. Perkins
Stmr Klval, Johnson, 17 hours from Fort Bragg;
lumber, to Pollard .V Dodge.
Stmr Los Angeles, Lelaud, 2*4 days from San
Pedro: pass and imlso. to Goodall.Peritlni * Co.
Stmr State of California, Ackley, 57 hours from
Portland, via Astoria 42 hours; pass and ludje, to
Uoodall. Perkins £ Co.
Stuir South Coast. Hlcsins, IS hours from Fort
Bragg: lumber, etc.. to Fort Bragg Redwood Co.
Stmr A]ai, DouaMson. 37 hours from Coosllay;
pass and coal, to O 0 » N Co.
Ship Yoseinlte, *'u:iertoii, 7 days from T»coma;
2000 tons coal, to 8 1' Co.
Sciir Ida, Florence, Guttormsen, 4 days from
Bowens Lauding; 00 Cits bark, 2500 posts, to Jouu
•OB A Jensen.
M tir Ocean Npray, Peterson. 70 hoars from Kougn
and Keady; wood and posts, to N Iversou.
Wkdsesday. May 2a
Stmr Pomona. Hall, Ban Diego; Goodall, Perkins
lirsulp Enternin. Logan. (jueeus:own; Epplnger
Me bark Don Adolfo, Colly, Melbourne; Dempster
4 Kcjes. . .
Wednesday, May 28.
Stmr Newport, Edwards, Eel Klver, etc
Stmr Santa Maria, Denny, San Diego, etc
Stmr Crescent City, stockHetu, crescent City
Stmr Corona, Ilimiiuli. Eureka.
Stmr Columbia, Holies. Portland.
Stmr Pomona. Hall, San Diego
■Stilp Loula Walsh, (iauiiu&us, - Nanalmo. -
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Hone Genuine without oof
4 Horseshoe Trade Mark.
This week we w ill have a
monster sale of
CANVAS and COLORED
All persons needing that
class of goods should call
and get supplied during
3000 pairs or LADIES' FINE CANVAS BUTTON'
(or %i 50 per pair
1500 pairs of LADIES' FINE RUSSET OXFORDS,
with diamond patent-leather tip, $1 50 per pair
2100 pairs of our own custom-made FINE LADIES*
CANVAS SHOES, Waukenphast last (will out-
wear any t» shoe made) .*'- 50 per pair
4000 pairs MEN'S CANVAS SHOES....".
75c, $100 and »1 25 per pair
Our own custom made $2 50 shoe will out-wear
any calf shoe mule. Try a pair and you win buy .
Sole Agents for Norman & Bennett's
Celebrated Sporting Shoes for the Pa-
SEND FOR OUR REDUCED PRICE LISt, .
P. F. Nolan & Sons,
812 and 814 .'Market St., S. F. ; ;
1053 Broadway Oakland. CaL
256 Main street Muck ton, CaL
17-19 East -Santa Clara street San Jose. CaL
1818 Mariposa street ...Fresno, CaL
603 J street Sacramento, Cal, •
Ship C F Sargent, Morse. Port Townscna. SH'^ifis
Br bark Doris, Fryd*. (Jueenstown. . . .-
Hart Fresno, llauien, Port Gamble.
Bktn 'Retriever, Gray, i'ort Hadluck.
Schr Golden Gate, Kasmussen, Fort Brags.
Schr .Mary Dodge. Gallup, Hiiinboli.lt. ■
Schr Maxim. Peterson.
Rct.r Mary Bunne, ,'urgenson. Humboldt, . ,
Schr Ma Scnnauer. Heck, s.i-ita Rosalia. >• '
Schr Rebecca. Christiansen, Ilumbolilt.
Scur Alice Kimball, Aspiunit, Tniu Point.
POINT LOHOS— May 23 — 10 r. M. — Weather
foggy; wind S\v, velocity 8 mile*. ,
MEN DOCINO— Sailed May 28-Schr Garcia, for
San Francisco. ! ■ <•
CASPAR-Arrlved May 28— Schr Portia, hence
May 25. " .
SAN PEDRO— Sailed May 27— Schr Jennie Wand,
for Humboldt. 28-15aik Valley Forge, lor Nuuai
HOQUIM- Sailed May 1:8— Traveler, for San
Francisco. - -*,
COOS Arrived May 28— Schr Jennie Theltn,
hence May 15.
Balled May 28— Stmr Noyo, for San Francisco. - >
BOWENSLANDING— Arrived May 28— Schr Nap»
City, hence May 26.
EOKEK A— Arrived May 28— Schr Maggie C Russ, "
from San Francisco. ■ -
Sailed May 28— stmr Humboldt, for Kan Francis
co. ■ " o .
ALBION-Sailed May 27-Schrs Mary Gilbert and
LUa and Mattle, for San Francisco. , .
IVF.KSONS LANDING— May 27-Schr ■■•
Bender brothers, hence May 28. ■; . - . >
Foreitrn Ports. .
BUENOS ATRES— Arrived Apr 30— Schr Henri
etta, [rum Pert Uadlock, and not as previously re-'
ported. • . -
HI Sailed May 26— Br ship Drummuir, from "
San Francisco. • „
Movement!) of Transatlantic Steamers. °
SEW YORK— Arrived May 27-Stror Cnllc, from
Liverpool. 28— Stmr State of Nevada, from Glas
gow. • , :', «s,
LONDON— Sighted May 37— Stan India, from New •
York: stmr Rhine from Baltimore. 2b— Stmr Den
mark, from New York. t . ■' ..
AMSTERDAM— Arrived May 28— Stmr City of'
New York, from New Yttrk. o <j
MOVILLE- Arrived May 28— Strnr Etuopla, from
New York. » 0 . -
HAVRE- Arrived May 27— Stmr Uascogne, from
HAMBURG— Arrived May 27— Stmr Slavonla, fm "
New Yore. 88— Stmr Rugea, troin New York.
LIYERPOOL-ArrivedHay 27-Sttnr Helvetia,
from New York. ■ "
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived May Werra,
from New York.
SAN PEDRO— I'er Ilonlta— B pkgs machinery.
Stir River— l In butter, 10 greet) bides.
Jlueiieme— lu«9 sks corn, 415 ska barley.
Santa Rosa Island— 7sß bgs wool, 5 bills sheep
Loinpoc— l kg 144 bis butter, 163 cs eggs, 3 pcs
machinery. 4 coops chickens, '.' cs risers, 1 bbl glass
ware. 22 ski seaweed, 18 lulls hides, 2 bills pelts, 1
sk tails, vi cans tallow, 3 Dais calf suns, 4 sis wool,
204 cs honey, 169 hog-). . '
POX r HA'KK)KI)-I'er Santa Cruz-175 hogs.
Rocksidtug— s cars bituminous rock. , :
Kedondo— ls pea 1 tot granite. -00 sks marble -
dust, 45.6 hides, 10 sks potatoes, 2 bxi dry goods,
lUO sks ord.
Santa Cruz Island— s4 7 sks wool. .- »■'. ■
Hueueine— 1000 sks barley, 276 ski corn.
PORT KENYON-J'er Newport— 2 cs furs, llk
wool, 15 hides, 1 pkg nuise. 11 eds stave bolls, 1275
bdls shingles, 10. -01 ft lumber, 96 kgs 00 hi do 11
hi do 6 tubs 8 dl bxs butter.
PORTLAND— lvr state or California— tanks'
flour, 5250 SU oats, SOS sks wool, 50 sks fnutocs.su
sks dried plums, 400 pigs Barrel stock, 1777 pkgs
pulp. 100 pka straw paper, 241 sks glue stock, 73
bdls hides, 30 cm porter, .'.O cs wine, 5 cs patent med
icine, 83 pkgs scrap iron, 5 pkgs mowers, lies seed,
16 bbls putty, 6 bis shoddy, 4 pkgs express. .
Astoria— loo sks oysters, 17.751 ft lumber, 385
lulls laths, 820 bdls shoous. 1 lot old iron, 1
treasure, 1 cs dry goods. 2 pkgs express.
SAN PEDRO— Per Los Angeles— lit Dbls wine.
Monterey— s bxs fish, 13 bis 1 bl prunes, lox
soda, 2 C 4 eggs, 14 bis seaweed, 1 bx butter.
San Simeon— 2 nrklns 18:1 bxs cutter, Ics mo
lasses, 1 coop chickens, l bx bams. 3 c* egg*.
Cayucos— l4 cs eggs. 90 lit bxs bolter, 4hf kegs i
bxs cheese, 17 dry aides, 2 bis calf skins.
Carpenterla— 2 el coffee, ICd tea. 1 pkg !se.
Port Harford— 27 bxs butter, 1 kgs -cs eggs, Isk
coin, 1 coop chickens.
Santa Barbara— 2 br bxs butter. 3 sks dry fruit, 62
bxs oranges, 3 bxs lemons. 16 sks crawfish.
Gaviota— 7 pkgs household goods.
Redondo— lo4 bxs lemons, 109 sks potatoes. 3 eks
coffee, 10 L>xs oranges, 18 pigs household goods.
Ventura— 2 bis wool. 2 bxs iemons.l9 bxs oranges.
63 sks beans, 2 coops chickens. 6cs eggs, I rl carpet,
247 Ski corn, IS cs hooey, 100 bbl> upbaUuin, 1
coop fowls. -— *** m
Newport— l 6 bxs oranges, 1 DAI coffee. 19 cs«gg!L
lie sks potatoes. 42 bxs lemons, 1 bdl dry hide*, 3
bdls dry sheep skins. 27 cs Honey.
Hueneme— 4 hf bis butter, 10 cs eggs.
COOS BAY — I'er Ajai— 76o tons coal. 1 sk wool, 1
SK beans, 1 sk grape roots, 1 pkg mdse, 1 bg treuura
)*1914). • ■
Per Bonlta— E R Stevens; Smith's Cash Store;
Erlanger A Gallnger; BassWtt & Bunker; John Laws;
Dodge, Sweeney A Co; lietz Bros ft fo; Hills Bros*
>Vhe.itou A Luiirs: Tiedemau & Co; Moody «
Knox; Ross * Hewlett; C E Whitney 4 Co: J F
Thomas; Felling, Henry A Co; Rlsdon. ('alien & Co;
Tervallu & Rowe: 8 Levy £ Co; Smith's Cash Store;
.Norton, Teller & Co; W w Montague * Co;M Amies
& Co; Baker * Hamilton; Sawyer lauuiug Co;
Tllnuaun.i' Belidel: H Dutard.
Per Santa Crnz-Erlanger * GMlnger; II Dutard;
Porter Bros* Co; South Sail Francisco Packing Co;
J AFalrchlld; FN Nanal; C 11 Drake; •■ J Brecht;
LA Soap Co; Claybnrgh * Weldeck; Selby Smelt-
Ing and Lead Co; Santa Cruz Island Co.
Per Newport— Baker .1 Hamilton; Witiel .* Baker;
W B SumnerftCo; Vervalln ft Kowe; G M Kut/. .*
Co: Pollard ft Dodge: lllgglni ft Collins; i; L Ding
ley ft Co; Kveleth Jt Nasa ; Dodge, Sweeney ft Co;
Shattuck, Kowalsky ft Co; Russ, Sanders Co; J
Cobbledlck. ■ •
Per state of California— Allen * Lewis; C J Llest .
ft Co; Christy ft Wise; Iluliue ft Hart; J Zlegenbela
4 Co; Moore, Ferguson 4 Co: Geo Morrow ft Co
ll Dutard: DKeefe&Co: Kissinger ft Co; John
Laws; wad hams ft Co; Willamette Pulp and Paper
Co; W B Sumner ft Co; Sherwood & Sherwood* Si*
Taylor i Co; Langley ft Michaels; Redlngton 4 Co-
Pacific Paper Co; Chas Hurley 4 Co; Arpad Harts'
sthyA Co: Whlttler, Fuller ft Co; Bornsteln Bros-
Wells, Fargo ft Co: Morgan Oyster Co; M It Morag
hau: D M osliorne * Co; Merced Woolen Mills; X J
Bowen : C X Weber ft Co; W & J Sloane ft Co; J F
Skinner; Clatsou Mill Co; T 1" II W hltelaw : C i
Heudry. . v .. ,-
Per Los Angeles— 4 Co; M T Freltas 4 Co-
Smith's Cash store; Sherry, Lawrence & Co; Kouse'
Anderson .v Co; Wheatonft Luhrs:Oß Smith 4 Co-
C E Whitney 4 Co; Felling, Henry ft Co: mils Bros-
Ross ft Hewlett; De Bernard! ft Westphal; M Heller
4 Son; Hlsdon, Cahcu 4 Co; Brlgham, Hoppe 4 Co-
W C Price 4 Co; Marshall, Teggart ft Broersen: Job
Wagner ft Co; Norton, Teller 4 Co; O B Smith * Co;
Robert ll:<l>;bt ,v Co; Hegler 4 Johnson: L. Ulld
macher; I) I'iedeiuan ft Co; H N Tilden A Co; Chas
Montgomery ft Co; Wells. Fargo ft Co; Botliln Mr» .-
Co: D L Beck ,v .sons; Porter Bros 4 Co; C X Bolton-
W4 J Sluane 4 Co; W W Montague 4 Co; Roger
Bros 4 Co: Ilolbrook, Merrill 4 Stetson; J Thom
as; Christy ft Wise;- J S Richardson; DaKonßros-
Flgg 4 Kllllp; W II Rouse 4 Co: Baker 4 Hamilton :
U iin in in : Lowry 4 stellar; ChatTae, Gilbert 4 Co- -
■IJSJI Judsou: Farrafrna Co; D N 4 E Walter ft Co
lt c Sudden; Castle Bros; Cairo 4 Co; E R Stevens'
11 Heckman & Co; Uassett 4 Bunker; PhelDs But-'
Ut,v Co; (leu Bros a ( n.
Per Ajai— Co; J Brown; Oarrett *Coj -"
TlUmann ft BenUel; C E Whitney 4 Co; SterUni
Furniture Co; Wells, Forgo * Co. - . ~~