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I A Great Deal of Talk About j §
! OVERCOATS! i|
| | BUT YOU'VE NETER HEARD US SAY A WORD ABOUT " EM." I |
n ■why? I j
li BECAUSE WE WERE WAITING FOR THEM TO ARRIVE, l|
I And They Have Arrived ! il
\ff AND OH, WHAT BEAUTIES! WHAT RICH SHADES ! WHAT (I
|| FINE APPEARING ||
OVERCOATS!!
}| MANY LOOK AS THOUGH A FAIRY HAD HER HAND IN MAKING s|
II THEM! SO RICH AXE THE COLORINGS, II
If So perfect is the workmanship, that It is hardly to be bettered Hint |l
- JK human Maud had a haul in putting these grand overgarments together. !■
IS Gentlemen, we are not GUSHERS, but we've got Overcoats thai would «g
■g entitle us to gush over. We've many original styles in overcoats Jg
«P tbat'vc never been seen on the (oast before. Everything that is New, Ey
Il Nobby anil Neat 'twill be found in our Large and Elegaut Assortment >gg
|E of truly Grand If
i OVERCOATS! J
jl Ton know ns on prices. So one ever gets away with us. So you Htg
JK can rest assured our prices will be low enuiigh. Sjg
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II 433, 435, 437, II
If MONTGOMERY STREET, COB, SACRAMENTO, if
CONDITION OF TRADE.
The Indications Favorable for a
Good Fall Business.
Sharp Advance in Silver— Coffee Higher-Ce
reals and Froduce Bringing Unusu
ally Good Prices.
Tbe feature of lire markets tbls week is tbe
sl.aip advance In sliver, which lias got up to
$1 ll>"_, per ouuce, Uie highest polut touched hi
twelve years. Mexican dollars liave advanced
tv 'J3>_:C in sympathy, and bolh markets are still
tending upward
The itcal bank clearings keep up their steady
Ram on 188S Tbose last week were J20,00U.
--696, agalust £18,001,950 for the same week In
18S9. We are now ouly 53,500,000 behind
1889.
Generally .king, the outlook on the I'aclfic
Ccast is brilliant Faimeis aud fruit-men aie
getuug high prices for tlieir pioducts. no com
plaint Is beard from the merchants, aud failures
are few ann small.
■11J1. CEREAL -MARKETS.
The featuie of the grain markets is sharp
advance In barley, which has risen to (128 < to
tl Sl 1 ; for feed, ,iiid fl '7,7, to? 140 for brewing.
it looks as If teed would be dear this year.
Present prices are about the highest for some
years.
Oats are also firm at ;-i 50 to Jl GO as average
quotations for lair to good, aud choice sell
higher.
Com is steadily held at $1 SO for No. 1 yellow
and while.
Eye is quiet at $1 40 for new, and $1 50 asked
for old.
The above ices are h'gh. Wheat alone does
Dot advance, though il is bringing tbe respectable
quotations of jl 37Va to jl 40 here, and even
higher puces are paid in the country.
Bran ana middlings are selling at fancy ices.
The toiuier la now Quoted al slß to $19 50 per
tou, while the latter bring $26 50 to $27 50 per
lou.
Grain bags are now held at 8 cents by the
syndicate who claim thai they have complete
coutiolof lhe maiket. Some rules are made at
this price, though buyers do not lake hold uuless
absolutely compelled to.
I_].M.l-Al_ lOI'MKV TKODCCE.
Overland freight shipments o! pioduce and
nieiclranuire liotn California via Soother u l'a
cihc Hues iv July weie 44,180,280 pounds.
The leading items weie as follows: 3316 cen
tals beans, 14,980 gallons brandy, 385,691 gal
lons wme, 4,839,930 pounds cauued goods,
2.809,150 pounds dried fruit. 13,095,610 pounds
liesh unit, 98,750 pounds onus fiuil. 194,340
1 1 iinur vegetables, 443,330 pounds hides, 724,
--280 puuuos leather, 80.370 pounds hops. 43.900
pounds honey. 3,828,260 pouuds potatoes,
2,000,680 pouuds wool. 12,610 pounds quick
silver, 956,300 pounds canned salmon, 24,950
I . rr;,.:- pickled salmon. Of lhe Ii esll liuu 11,
--450.300 pounds, or over 80 per cent, went from
bacrauienlo, which also shipped 1,700,350
pouuds of li, veg tables. Attention is called to
the Mm ments rri Iresh trait, which amounted to
055 loads, of 20,000 i omuls each.
The only change lv fresh fiults this week Is a
firmer feeling lv peaches aud ISailleit pears, aud
the latter have advanced under a good canning
demand. Both varieties have been in large sup
ply ol late, as iiifhiioucd iv last week's leport,
Liit they aie now less abundant.
Dried fiuils aie unsettled and Irregular. The
veiy high p. iter for peaches and apricots have
scared od lhe Eastern buyers, and puces for both
are lower, ami there Is no demand al all. Deal
ers, however, inly believe that the market v. lii
recover, owing 10 ibe ciop failure In the East.
I'iuuesaie also weaker. ApiHes, ou the con
liny, are in keeu demand, aud have sold up to
1i,2 cents for a good evaporated aiticie— a
laocypilce. Nectarines are also wante 1 at high
pilces. the Eastern apple crop is also shou.
Hops .ie slid, 1 tie demand is quod, am bono
mas nave beeu contracted at '22' * cents per
pouud. The tendency Is still upward, The
European crops are not looking very well.
Wool is steady and In Improving demand.
Hides aie linn at lie recent advance and acal
eis iel oil a coot! Inquiry.
Choice hay has again gone up, and even the
common grades have al last takeu a turn lowam
belter prices. Hay is selling very well ibis
year.
Beans are unsettled. Every description Is
much higher thau a few weeks ago, owing prin
cipally to Kastern orders. Llmas are selling at
$3 75 tor autumn delivery and whites are being
contracted at {2 75, while spot goods will bring
j2 00. Colored beans aie also In demand at
Comparatively high pi ices.
Potato- s aie doing better. It Is reported tbat
rot has seriously adected the Eastern crop in
many seclious. The maiket is veiy stiff, bul uot
at all excited.
Onions are also selling higher. Receipts arc
mi, Oeiate aud Austiaila nas called uu ibis mar
ket for aboul 1000 boxes.
' Butter is in heavy supply, depressed and con
siderably lower. There is no vestige of -the re
cent boom, Uuyeis are largely running on
pickled roll and Eastern creamery, and Ibe more
costly lre-h 101 lis therefoie neglected. Cheese
is also dull and In larger supply, at a fractional
decline.
Choice eggs, both Eastern aud California, are
scarce aud higher, and common eggs are also
doing belter.
Honey shows no change from last week, ex
cept that spot slocks of water- white extracted
bate i un low.
GKOCKRIES AND PROVISIONS.
Coffee Is hi active demand and higher, In sym
pathy with an advance at New Voik. Salvador
ir now fceiiug up to2o'/ac, and Guatemala and
Cosla ltica have gone up ',__ aud % c per pouud,
lespecliveiy. A leceul dispatch fiom Baltimore
says:
The coffee merchants of this city are very much
Interested over the rumored limitation of a coffee
syndicate, with a capital of S3.ujo.oi.io. Several
calm s were sent to 1:10 this morning, asking advice
fas to the syndicate, one dealer here, who uas rela
tions with both l:lo and Santos, says the syndicate
Is fur the purpose of doing away with the ml 'die
In*,,, wbo is an Importer in tUe collet: trade. TUrr
syndicate will buy up all the coffee it can from
planters, regulate the prices and ship to an agency
in tne United .stales, instead of to tbe importer.
Overland shipments of coffee per Southern l'a
elfic Company's Hues in July reached 153,470
pounds, making a total ol 2,010,950 pounds
since January Ist, agalust 1,343,150 pouuds iv
the same peilod in 1889.
(sugar is in fair demand at last week's prices.
Overland shipments from ban Frauclsco In July
were 2,663,640 pounds.
All uesciipiions of rice are weaker, the market
ben.g belter supplied with the principal kinds.
The radical advance In sliver, however, may lone
prices up agaiu by enhancing exchange.
Hams have again advanced sllghtlv in sym
pathy with higher Western inaikcls. Bacon aud
laid are firm aud unchanged.
Candy lias declined to 'J\'_ and 10 cents per
pound In sympathy with the fall In sugar.
Canned coin and tomatoes have advanced and
are very firm. Curi auls In barrels have goue up
Slightly.
Canned Salmon is i, better demand on Eastern
account and the mantel is now him. The hist
team-load of Alan. canned salmon from .-ran
Francisco has ice „:. . left Oatlaud on its way
across cuuliue < there wsre twelve cars
in the train, all filled with salmon from the
A .1 - k.i canneries. O.her shipments are to fol
low.
Canned fruits continue stiff and in active de
in.inn Tor Hi.- East, and some descriptions show
a further advance, .Mr.st dinners still keep out
ol the market and decline to name prices.
MISCELLANEOUS. '. ■ !'_
Dry ponds are quiet, but dealers expect a bet
ter demand next month.
Tobacco and cigais aie reported In rather bet
ter movement.
Quick-diver is flat and nominal m (56 per flask.
Tin Dlate I* strong, iv sympathy with an excited
London mantel, due to lai ill legislation 111 this
country. I'm tin Is dull at a slight decline.
lmpoits of merchandise at this port during tire
first seven months of 1890 weie 128,611,000,
against s3l,6so,ooo during the same period In
ISK9.
Coal rules firm at last week's pilces. Arrivals
are moderate and the demand is good. Cargoes
to arrive wlti.la the next two or tin months are
very strong.
A BRAVE WOMAN.
She Captures a Negro Burglar
After a Terrific Struggle.
Mr*. J. S. Ileiplrickson, of 489 Wabash
avenue, ml a terrific encounter with a
colored burglar, She is tall, slightly built,
about fifty years old, but is full of pluck
and endurance. Her struggle with the bur
glar in the dining-room, her desperate chase
and ultimate capture of the thief form a
thrilling chapter, such is falls to the lot
if few women or men. At 2:20 o'clock
Tuesday morning Mir. Ueudrickson was
■wakened by a noise in the parlor. With
out thinking of danger, the brave woman,
clad only in her night-dress an.l without a
weapon of any Sort, rushed into the dark- .
ened room. By the dim light cast by a
bull's-eye lantern situ saw standing in tbe
middle of the room a burly negro, whose
repulsive face ami glittering eyes were
faintly outlined by the lantern's light.
Mis. Ilendrickson threw herself at the
burglar with till her strength, fastening her
arms around his waist. "Bet go .'" yelled the
thief, dropping his lantern. But the woman
only tightened her hold. Then a desperate
struggle for the mastery followed. Around
the room went the burglar and the plucky
woman. Chairs were overturned, tables up
set, bric-a-brac on the mantel thrown down
and crushed under toot Over chairs and
under the table rolled and struggled the un
equally matched pair. In their wrestling
the window, which was opr'n, was readied.
liere the burglar made a supreme effort and
broke away from the grasp of the deter
mined woman. Out of the window he
jumped, striking unharmed 011 tue earth
eight feet below,
Mrs. Hendrickson's blood was v:>. She
bad noticed that the negro was in his stock
ing feet and wisely surmised that he had
lett his shoes outside, ami would stop tor
them ere continuing his flight She dashed
through the hall and out of the front door.
As she was running down the steps the
burglar jumped over the fence. Then be
gan a chase the like of which is not often
seen. Mrs. Uendrickson's screams for help
aroused the neighborhood. Windows flew
up and heads popped out. "What's the
matter?" yelled a dozen voices. Out in the
street were seen two flying figures. One
was that of a man bareheaded and sprint
ing like all possessed. Bight on his heels,
her long hair wildly streaming in the cool
night air, was a slender, white-robed figure.
She too was running at the top of her speed.
The burglar ran north, toward Eldredge
court. 'llie panting woman reached for
ward and grabbed bis coat-tail. There .was
a momentary halt; theu the scoundrel
turned anil struck his relentless pursuer a
stinging blow in the face. Mrs. Beodrick
son released her bold and the negro then
ran toward .Michigan avenue, his intention
evidently being to run across the lake front
and conceal himself In the maze of cars
standing In the Illinois Central yard.
Without thinking of danger, the fearless
woman continued the exciting chase. Uu
Michigan avenue ran pursuer and pursued.
Neither thought of the wire fence that sur
rounds tbe park, and the negro dashed
headlong into it. Mrs. ilendrickson fell,
but she did not lose her presence of mini).
Again her arms encircled the big negro's
waist, but this time he made futile efforts
to break her grasp, which seemed ot steel.
While she was screaming and holding him,
Charles Biliiuger, a messenger, came along.
"Get an officer, quick;" screamed Mrs.
ilendrickson. The messenger scampered
away and soon returned with an otlicer,
who relieved the now utterly exhausted
woman of her dusky charge.
Mrs. Hendricks.in is the wife of tlie Clerk
at the Armory I'olice Court. Last Sunday
Mrs. E. (J. Shermer of New York, wife of a
wealthy importer and publisher of music,
arrived in the city on her way to San Fran
cisco. She carried S4OOO worth of diamonds
and a lame amount of money. Mrs. Slier
nier paid a brief visit to her sister, Mrs.
Hendrickaon, and departed for the Pacific
Slope at 8 o'clock in the evening. A few
hours after, Mrs. Hendrickaon had her
struggle with the brawny burglar. It is
supposed that Mrs. Sheruier was followed
from New York by men who were aware of
the valuables she was carrying.— Chicago
Herald.
California un Wheel*.
The traveling car exhibit of California
products, scut East by the Stato Board of
Trade, is expected back soon from its nine
months' trip. It has traveled many thou
sands of miles and accomplished much good
calling attention to the great resources of
California. It is deemed inexpedient to
keep the car on the road during the winter
months, hence the recall. At present it is
in Michigan. The car will go to Chicago
next mouth for the annual fair, and will
then move westward.
Not Oppngetl to a Divorce.
Dora B. White, who has bean sued by
Wade White for a divorce, admits that she
has not lived with her husband for more
than a year, for the simple reason that she
bad no respect for him and c mid not. She
in no sense opposed the application for a
divorce, but asks that she may have the
custody of their little girl and that the
father be required to contribute $25 a
montli toward the little one's support.
Struck With i> lisle of II „
Andrew Mendler lias sued the North
Beach and Mission Railroad Company to
recover $20,000 damages. Ho was in the
company's stables repairing a car when a
bale of hay fell on him.
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
WANT MORE PAY.
S. T. Freight Conductors and
Vrakemeti Ask for It.
Western -Division Men Claim That the Com
pany Is Discriminating Unjustly in the ,
Matter of Remuneration.
The rumors that for the past two weeks
have been going the rounds in railroad cir
cles, to the effect that the freight conduct
ors and brakemen of the Southern Pacific
Company would ask for an increase of pay,
were verified yesterday, when two commit
tees, representing respectively the brother
hoods of conductors and brakemen, waited
upon General Superintendent Fillmore and
held what may be termed a preliminary
conference.
It was preliminary because the commit
tees were not represented in full, and, con
sequently, were not empowered to act for
their respective organizations. To-morrow
at 11 o'clock is the timo appointed for an
other conference, when the committees will
be fully represented and an answer is ex
pected from the General Superintendent.
DISCRIMINATION CHARGED.
The discontent, which has been brewing
for some months, manifests itself principally
among the freight conductors and brake
men employed on the Western Division,
who claim that the company Is using unjust
discrimination in favor of employes on
other divisions.
In view of this fact the conductors will
ask that their pay be increased to $100 per
mouth, and the brakemen will also ask for
au Increase of 510, making the pay §73 per
month.
If this is granted they will be placed on
an equal footing with employes on otlte r
divisions, who, though receiving the same
monthly pay as men on the Western, are
allowed in addition extra pay on mileage
computation, a system from which it is im
possible for them (Western Division em
ployes) to derive iiny benefit whatever.
Clue of the oldest conductors on the West
ern Division yesterday explained the matter
as follows:
A CONDUCTOK'9 EXPLANATION.
"In addition to their regular pay of 885
per month, freight conductors on all other
divisions are paid for extra mileage, but on
our division, although the same rule regu
lating mileage is in force, the runs are so
arranged that men cannot mako tnis extra
pay, from the fact that the division is short
ami the work all local.
"In this way we claim that the company
is showing partiality to the men on other
divisions, and only ask that we be given
the same opportunity fur earning money as
the others get.
MUST DO THREE CHEWS' WOKK.
"To illustrate: a freight train in three sec
tions reaches Lathrop over the Visalia Di
vision, wliich is of course handled by tliree
crews. Upon arriving at Lathrop these
three sections are put behind one engine
and hauled over the Western Division from
Lathrop to Oakland in charge of one crew.
On other divisions it is the same, and thus
one crew un our division is required to do
the work expected of three elsewhere."
"Will the men strike in the event of the
companies' refusal to listen to their de
mands?" was asked.
"I cannot answer tha question. I have
heard no talk of a strike. Personally lam
not in favor of such it move, and do uut be
lieve that such an expedient will be neces
sary."
A BATE WAB.
The Morgan Steamship line, which is a
part of the Southern Pacific system in the
hast, has been for several months past en
gaged iv a lively rate war with the Mallory
line, owned aud operated by it rival steam
ship company. Both lines have extensive
tr ffic arrangements with the railroads and
issue through bills of lading for the Pacific
Coast.
The quoted rates have been purely nom
inal, the actual figures being fixed, In nearly
all eases, by the shippers rather than by
the steamship company, and so bitter has
been the feeling between the companies
that any rate has been accepted rather than
the rival should secure the freight
As in all rate wars, the companies have
been dancing for the amusement of the
pubic. Heavy shippers, especially dry
good buyers, have taken advantage of the
situation by making large purchases and
hurrying along shipments in order to se
cure the full benefits of the cuts. A few
mouths of this Convinced the managers of
the rival lines that they were playing a
losing game, and on August 13th they de
cided to declare the tight off and entered
into a traffic arrangement, which will lake
effect September Ist.
PERSONAL MENTION.
W. 11. Menton of the San Francisco and
North Pacific left yesterday for Sonoma.
Jack Wright, Division Superintendent of
the Southern Pacilic at Sacramento, is in
town.
The regular weekly excursion over the
Xnrth western left yesterday for the East.
E. 11. Brad en of the Northwestern re
turned yesterday from a visit to Sau Quun
ttu.
W. 11. Snedaker, General Agent of the
Rio Grande, lias returned from a trip to
I. '> Angeles.
C. F. True, Excurrlon A_:ent of the Mis
souri Pacilic, has gone to Sacrament').
Frank High, General Agent of the Chi
cago and Alton, has gone to Los Gatos for
bis health.
6. IV. Luce, Pacific Coast General Agent
of the Texas Pacific, is expected hero soon
from Chicago.
The coupon ticket agents will leave
Ogdeu fur this city to-morrow.
FKATKKNAL NOTES.
Preparation! for the Sixth Anniversary
Celebration of I.". K. A.
Hermann Lodge, Xo. 127, F. and A. M.,
at its called meeting on Monday evening
had work in the Entered Apprentice de
gree.
Alia due, No. 206, 1. 0. O. F, had work
in tin- initiatory at its regular meeting on
Monday evening.
ban Francisco Chapter, Xo. 1, lioyal Arch
Masons, at its stated meeting on Monday
evening conferred the degrees.
Social Council, No. 46, Order Chosen
Friends, will celebrate its ninth anniver
sary witii a literary entertainment and ball
.rt Union-square Hall on Monday evening,
September Ist.
Occidental Lodge. No. 22, F. and A. M.,
at its called meeting on Monday evening
had work in the Fellnwcraft .degree.
- Western Addition Lodge, Nn. 285. I. 0. O.
F„ wilt.; celebrate its twelfth anniversary
with a banquet this evening.
King Solomon's Lodge, No. 260, F. and A.
M., at it-, called meeting on Mouday even
ing had a "raising."
The deputies and sub-committees having
in charge the celebration of the sixth anni
versary entertainment of the order met last
evening at the Grand Secretary's ollice and
Concluded final arrangements for tho affair.
Golden Gate Lodge, Xo. 30, F. and A. M.,
at its called meeting last evening had work
ill. the first degree. ■
DIED FROM LOCKJAW,
Fatal Result of a Blow In the Face With
a Keg of Beer.
John Arsnian, a young man who lived at
12 -.-.in street, died at 10 o'clock
last night of lockjaw. Arsnian was an em
ploye of the Hauck Brewing Company as
driver of one of the delivery wagons. L ast
Friday afternoon, on Walnut street, he met
with an accident which resulted in his
death. He was descending the steps with a
ken: of beer, when i the steps gave way be
neath bim. The ken struck him in the
face, splitting his nose open and breaking
the jaw-bone. He was picked up uncon
scious ami conveyed to bis home. On Mon
day lockjaw set in, and, despite skilled
medical attention, he died last night in ter
rible agony. — Ex.
m __.
"Original Package" Meal*.
Alfred Clarke, the lawyer, applied yester
day in tho United States Circuit Court for' a
writ of habeas corpus in behalf of G. W.
Morehouse, employed by Mark Strouse, the
butcher, to peddle meat. Morehouse was
arrested for violating the ordinance rela
tive to peddling licenses. The application
asserts that StTOUM imported meats from
Texas in the "original packages," pre
sumably with hides and burns attached,'
and distributed them beforo they ceased to
be foreign merchandise. Morehouse, it is
claimed, is being pushed to trial in the
Police Court by one J. J. Jones. The writ
asked for was granted.
m
Again Being Argued*
The patent-right case of Huntington vs.
the ltisdon Iron Works was again up yester
day for argument before a jury of the
United States Circuit Court, Judge Sawyer
presiding. Tlio arguments of counsel are
seemingly interminable and involve elabor
ate details as to all sorts of machinery.
m
Italian Concert.
The following artists wilr take part at
the concert to be given by • the Italian Phil
li tiruioiiie and ; I'biloUrainatlc ■ Society at
Irving Hall, Saturday evening next: Pro
fessor Kinablo Rebagliatl, Signor Granados,
Senor Jose Tancho, Senor Jose Lombar
dero. Signer Manuel li. Falacins, Signer
Carlo Rebagliatl, Senor Francesco Marin,
Signor Francesco Bra'-eamonte, Professor
(i. Poursille, Signor Emma Tini, Signnra
Aureliadel Destro, Siguor Roberto Uri
coechea. -- --'■ '
EVERYBODY'S COLUMN.
Correspondence of Interest to the
General Public.
In Everybody's Column The Cam. will
publish short letters from correspondents
on topics of interest to the general public.
The matter in these communications will
represent only the views of the writers.
" Tom " Clnnte nail His Way.
Editor Cull: Congressman Clunie de
serted his post in Washington, ostensibly
to help his friends English and Buckley in
the gubernatorial contest, but in reality to
elevate himself before the Democracy of
the State and to try, if possible, to break
through Stephen White's lines and wage a
guerilla warfare against all who stood a
fair show for the nation of United
States Senator.
' " Tom " and his organ have been In
dulging In a lot of buncombe over what he
has done in Washington. What could
Clunie Have accomplished in Washington
with a Republican majority without the
aid of Morrow and McKeuna and the other
Republican members of the California
delegation? They very generously aided
" Tom " in any reasonable demand for the
public weal, and modest Clunie steals all
lhe r, thunder.
Now, while Clunie has been getting ap
propriations for San Jose and for repairing
the fog-horn at Goat island, etc., what has
he been doing lot Clunie How many of
('limit's buildings are occupied as Federal
stores and ollices in Sacramento, from
which shrewd, money-loving Cougrer_sn.au
Clunie derives a large Income?
Self-abnegation and an overflowing love
for ihe'peoole of this State is one of Tom's
Characteristics. Steve Gage, Creed Hay
mond and the other railroad manipulators
knew this when tliey dropped Phelps for
honest Tom. They knew him as 11 toy;
tliey knew him as a man and they knew
111 in as a politician. He has Hearst and
the Examiner as mailable as putty in his
hands, and wants to convey, through them,
to the people of California, that he is the
Cinciunatus of Democrats.
He is ambitious to be United States
Senator, but will be thankful for a re
nomination from the Fifth District. Buck
ley, Nealon aud Haymond will help him to
this end if the people will not open tlieir
eyes to avert it. " A nsiiiiiiuatiuu de
voutly to be wished."
August Vj, ISSO. Pbo Bono PcblicO.
THE STOCK MAKKET.
Mining stocks advanced all along the line in the
afternoon call yesterday. Savage sold up to $ I 30,
Sierra Nevada to «2 75, Belcher to $3 10, Best A
Belcher to $3 25, Con. California and Virginia to
$1 10. Mexican to $3 20 and so on. The market
shaded oil toward the close of the session, however.
Closing quotations below. Local stocks and bonds
were fairly active, but the tone was generally weak
ami some depreciations will he seen In lhe list of
sales.
Eureka Consolidated received $35,000 In bullion
and $9000 in lead yesterday. A dividend of _6i
has been declared, payable September 10th.
The Cou. l'aciiic delinquent sale takes place to
day.
The Con. California and Virginia has at the Car
son Mint unsold bullion valued at $175,000. and
which will be beld, with further shipments, until
tbe price of sliver touches $1 '..0. The company
has overdrawn at the hank [$43,000, with the bull
ion on band as an offset.
Yellow Jacket produced last weok 430 tons ere,
assaying $21.
BOA till .SALES.
if li winp were lire sales yesterday In the San
1 ran Cisco stock Board:
KKOI-LAR BHSSTON— 9:3O A. W.
135 8e1cber.2.95 100 C 0 * V.3.88 32U Savage.- 4.
50 3.00 200 Con >' V..3U, 60 3.96
50. .05.... 'i. 100 C Point... 'il • 10 4.05
200 11 .V 8. . .3.05 0* C ...2.20 100 ..b .4.05
300 Bodle.. .1' 70 '2.16, 100 SB A__1..1.20
350 liiiliiun..2.6o 100 (1 Prize 30 100 onion.... 2.40
Mll'hall O. .2.161100 Krntm'k. »0 .io '2.45
100 Chollar .2.6" Meii.an'2.9o .mo W Com.., BO
80 2.55 100 Opblr. ...4. 50 100 V Jacket. 3.
100 C0mtb....2i,2) 500venn..1.95|
Al . 1 KMitiN SCSBIOK —
•100 A1pha.. .1. 16,100 conn ...'.' 100 0ph1r... .4.G5
'MO Alia 1.16 270 O C A V .4 10 400 4.70
Sou Andes.... 65 I'M 4.0 a '200 I '*
1100 70450 4.U0.70U Savage. ..4l,4
50 Belcher. 3.lo 60 C Point. ..'2' • 100 4.20
100 B Isle 95'20'i Kicho SB 200 .30
100 II A 8....3U 150 AC. .2.31 ! 80..b 10....-IV4
'JOU 3.20' 50 'li SO 5Nev..,., %
100 Bottle li 100 fa A ... ..2 1 r iOO sllill _i
BU Bullion. .'..'.liv 00 Hen. licks.. li '.50 Union. i'
•ISO '2.55 600 Julia 21 .'lll Utah . ...BO
tOO Hulwer.. ..25 100 Kentuek..9, 00 Weldon. ..lo
60 Chall C..2. 16 200 Lady W. . .31 :00 W C0in. ...80
60 2.21) JOU Mexican 3. J 00 66
100 eh lUr..'J.tUj.UOOvriiin.„J.o> -00 YJacket.3.JO
Following w ere tbe sales iv the fuel Stock Board
yesterday:
FlraUH SVSSIOS — 10:30.
400 Andes 65 JOU Cllnp 37 301) Mexican. 'J. 9s
2011 I. A 1i... 3. 10 36:300 3.U0
300 3'/i(i2so 0 P0int..'.!. 60 :00 3.05
250 3. iß.'-'OO __-XCheq....B6 -50 3.10
400 3.204U0 Srj2UoPotoSi....6l,'g
25 I Bullion.. 150 <_. A (J ...'J. io 360 6.00
200C1_u1ur..'2.7" 100 2i.„ ; 20 Savage. .._:.9S
•200 211.550 '1.V.. 50 4.00
150 C C a V |170 2.20,700 4.16
..b 30....3 4 200 2.301300 4.20
4110 3.85 600 'Jl, 250 4'/i
500 3.901300 li * N....J1. s li A.M. .1.-0
350 3.U3i'JOU Julia Ji 150 .Sev ...J. 70
■200 4.05 IBO Juatlce..l.::o 150 2.80
•200 4.lolbOKenluck..9U:loo Union J" j
150 4.15 200 ■_ 150 VJac«et.3.2o
50UonN 1 ....26 |
AlTlHr'|,|tN lI'.SSIIIS — '2:30.
100 A10ha. .. 1.15-300 C 1'0iut..4.00 100 Mexlean.B.lo
•200 Andes 70|.00 3.95150 upbir....4.7u
loin i. A 8... 8.20 350 Clinu 36 250 I %
300 31 « 400 37 IUU verm.. '2.05
100 3.30:400 Kxclleq....Ss 100 2.00
•200 3.16 100 li A C... 2. '21 soo Peer 10
200 Bullion.. 2. ef 300 •ii.tiiiii Peerless. .15
•2611 'J.BU'JUU 2.30 50 i'otr)Sl...B.Uo
IUU '2. 55150 II A N'.. .2>y2l'o Savage. ..4> i
100 h011ar.. 2. 70 200 '2.45 700 4.15
•200 i C.v V..4.lb:2UUKentuck...94;2Uo Uni0n.. .2.65
150 ci , oiiit..'j.tfu;juo 9b|
CLOSING CITATION'S.
TI.K-iDAV, Aug. IP— 4 P. M.
Did.' Asked., jut. Asked.
Alpha Con 1.10 I.ls'Julia 20 25
Alia 1.10 1.15 'insure 1.25 1.35
Amies 00 70 Kentiiek Ul 95
Belcher 3.U5 3.10 l.r.dy Washngu. 30 3d
Belle Isle 90 95 Locomotive.... — 10
Best * Belcher. 3. l6 3.20 .Mexican 3.16 3. 'JO
ho. lie 1-25 1.30 Mono 46 60
Bullion 2.50 2.65 Navajo '25 —
Piiiwer 20 '25 Ntrv Vueel OO 70
Caledonia 30 36 N Belle Isle 1.05 —
Central 10 16 N Commnwltb._2.26 —
challenge Con.. HI —Occidental 80 90
Chollar '2..'.5 2.6s!i>pbir 4.70 4.75
loiniiiotiweaftii'2.ls —Overman 1.95 2.05
lon Cai A- V1r.. 3.95 4.00 leer 05 10
Con New York. '26 3U Peerless 10 15
Confidence 5.00 -Potosl 57 til 8
Con Imperial... 35 40 savage 4.15 4.20
Crocker 15 20 8B A Mules C..1.26 1.30
Crown P0int.. .2.60 — Scorpion IB 20
Bel Monte I.OU - Sierra Nevada..2.7s 'J. O
Kast Sierra Nev 05 —Sliver Hill 20 25
Kxclieqiier Ho lln I nlon Cou 2.45 2.60
Gould * Curry.2.2o 2.25! I' tall BO 05
lirsiid Prize. . 25 30 Weldon 05 —
Hale A Nereis. .2. 4s 2.50 v Jacket 3.16 3.20
Jill SCULL A .NEGUS SF.CUBITIES.
Tuesday, AU(t. 19—2 F. U.
Dlrl. Asked. JlliL Asked.
US 11d5.4'8...123% — FaclflcLhthtg. - 79"/%
CniaCoW lids. 100 101 :s X Ussßgbt.s 68% 59
llupiu-st litis. 108 128 Stkton li AU. 30 BO
I ll.eliyll.lUß'UiOS Cal-st XII 107 110
SlAPKKiitis... 80 — Central XX... 18 24
Mkt-StKBBdSI2BV4I26 Cltv X X — 100
N I' CoastllK. — 103 A C lire Xv 37V_I -
NPIt X 1id5.. 1143,4116 (ieary-sc it 11. - 100
MlyolCalllilslUOVi, — Nli A M It 60 60
oiniilliiisCl.tl. l 111 — Omnibus It K. 77Vb 77-ti
hA'OKKl!tls.,.ll.sl,i i Presidio 11 11.. 24 Vi -
J '11 I'.y Pais. — 109 ilrin.ti'V.K 90}4 00
l'owl-stKylltl. — 120 (alitor. .l.l iusllb —
Sl'KKArlzlldslOSs,s - Voimnerc'llus - 90
SFKKCalliils.lls : ii - fireman's 1d. 150 —
.Sl'BßCalHfts.lo.l — llonie.Mutual.lßO - -
Sl'BrKCalßilsllS — state luvestiu — 77
SVWater H's.. l'J4'/il24 '^Uiilon lus — »5
SV\Vater4's.. »2t /2 85' Atlantic I'll*. — 46
AngloCalßnk. 86 90 leal P0wder.. .165 —
Lank uf Cal... 'Jli7i/ a '275 liiant Powder — 70
Cal Sateflepos 48 60 (sar'ty.Nltl'ow. 131* 13 vii
FlrslNatßank. — ISO 'Vlßont Bow.. — 7V*
l.l'AAinliank.l'23i/ 3 — Vulcan Bow.. — 18
1. A !•' Hank. 35 37Ml rl'al Elec Light 207» 2 Hi
I'acllic Ham-. .104 170 'cal Klec Was. — 8
.Merrh Xx link IB • 23Vi'llsw'ii Com... 18 ISVi
Blue Lakes w. 16 - llutcb'n Sugar 23'« 28
Contractu W. 9'2'ij — Juds'u.M'rgCo 19 —
Marin Co W... 46 60 Oceanic S S.. — 99
SVWater.... 9814 »BVii lac BS A 5... 661/4 —
Central lias... so 90 Pair ill * Nail. — 35
Los Aims Gas. 65 — lac Btiouo_tlL lVa ' ' _:
Oakland 'i.tr . 34i.i| 36 I'acWouduw'e 25 —
lac '„., Iluco 05 07 %. 1
MORNIN.t BALKS.
P.oard-10 S V Gaslight, 58%: '25 Omnibus Cable,
77»/i: 10 do. 77'/%: 30 Safety Nltro l'owder, 1.11%:
IOU Vlgorlt Powder, 7; IUU S V Water. 98 /*: 10
Cal Electric Light. 21%: 60 do, 21V4; $2000 Omni
bus Cable Bouds (cash), 119.
Street- 10 S !•" Uaslight, 69: $2000 US 4% Bonds,
coupon, 124.
AFTKRNOON rt[.K-r-
Board-24 Fireman's Fund Ins. 155: $2000 Omni
bus Cable Bonds, I." _,■ 100 Cal Electric Light, 21;
26 S V Water, »Hi,,; 16 F Uaslight, 58%. ,
Street— 6 Caiilornlast B It, 109.
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Had f.ood Credit.
Henry Anderson, a miner, whose accounts
show that he must have had splendid credit
in his day, Hied a petition in the Superior
Court yesterday to be declared insolvent.
His total indebtedness is said to be $33,103,
and to offset it he reports but $11,000 as
sets. Ho owes $10,000 to Hanley <!« John
son, formerly 'owners 'of the Lone Jack
Mine; $10,000 to John Krober and Fred
Kramer, being part of the purchase price
of the Excelsior Mine; $1140 to N. Steiner
on a promissory note secured by stock in the
Anderson- Elias Teredo Pile Company;
$2500 to John F. Houghton and $3000 to
Mrs. P. Kidd. • ■ -
r^ ■ I-
(•as Light.
According to the weekly report of John
Q. Brown, City Gas and Water Inspector,
the average candle-power of the gas fur
nished by the San Francisco Gaslight Com
pany for the week ending August lSth was
17.77 and that of the Pacific Gas Improve-
I ment Company 17.06,
REAL ESTATE.
Values Firm and the Market
Steadily Improving..;
Sales Kepjrted— Purchases for the Armour
Packing Company Closed— Future Auc
tion Sales— Contracts.
The Increased demand for building sites Is In
fusing considerable life into the market. To
meet these Inquiries operators are busily engaged,
preparing catalogues of desirable properties
which will be offered uuder the hammer lv a few
days.
Announcements of a few of the sales will ap
pear iv a day or two.
There was a report current yesterday In real
estate circles to the effect lhat the .Marsh Laud
ing property In Contra Costa Couuty, belonging
to the McLaughlin estate, has been sold to a cer
tain railroad corporation.
LATEST lIEI-onTED SALES.
L. Oesterrelclier has disposed of the following
properties: Kesldence ou the east side of How
ard street, between Twenty- first and Twenty
second, formerly owned by lius Spreckels, GOx
122:6; $16,000.
Double house on Turk stieet, between Van
Ness avenue and Franklin street, 27:0x120;
J 11,000.
Six lots in the 50-vara lot forming the south
east comer of Larklu aud North I'olut streets.
$5500.
A ranch of twenty-nine acres In Glen Ellen,
Sonoma County.
The Caiimil-ntziiiinhllopklns Company sold
on Saturday, Monday and yesterday linen lots
on the east line of Eighth avenue, near J street,
$2700; and four lots, 100x180, north line ol X
street, 82 luet west of Seventh avenue, for $4000. •
Six lots on University Heights, $175 for Inside
and $250 for coiners. The transfer of 354 lots
to the Golden StSte Land Company has been
completed: This properly is situated In the cele-
Uiatcd Lakeview Tract, aud the purchasers
anticipate making exleusive improvements at
once.
Co to the closing hour yesterday twenty-seven
blocks have beeu sold. There aie loity-one In
llie tract.
John T. yuictey has purchased from E. K.
Lilienthal 10l 25x100, on the northwest Hoe of
.Mai ket eel, 113 leet northeast of Fourteenth
street.
The Savings and Loan Society lias sold to J. F.
l.nlug ; lie southeast corner of Mason and Green
wich streets, 83x30, $5000.
li. J. Shaw has purchased a lot. 22:0x87:0, on
the north Hue ol Fine sireet, IWculv-live feet
east of I'leice stieet; 100.
O. Foss has secured a lot, 22x80 feet, on the
norm Hue of Minna street, 400 feet southwest uf
Fourth street; $4300.
Calhoun lliyaiit has disposed of three lots In
Block 15. University Homestead, for $8340.
limit & Jacobs have sold the residence and lot,
25x106, north Hneof Clay street, between Brod
erick and Baker street, lor .t.S.'oi'i sud the two
story liat, 1814 Uevlsadeio »• street, lot
26:6x137.6, for $8000.
.McAfee, lialdwiu & Hammond have sold sev
euly-aix lots, west ol the Lakeview tract.
SHAINWALD, ISUCKIIEE & CO.
This firm lias closed all the purchases neces
sary for the Armour-Swift abatt oiis and pack
nig-In iii all about 40,000 acres, purchased
liom some loity difiereut owners, and Mi. Her,
- the representative ol the capitalists Interested m
this big concern, lett for Chicago Suuday to com
plete anaiigeiueiits lor building operations. He
will reluin in about four weeks, when at least
500 skilled Workmen will be engaged on the
mammoth works at Baden, which aie estimated
to coal hot less than $1,000,000.
rUTCKE AUCTION SALES.
O'Farrell & Lang will to-morrow announce the
sale of the Varney estate properly, on Valencia
and Sixteenth sti sets. Ii is set lor September
Ist, at 12 o'clock noon.
William J. Darner. Oakland, lias a catalogue
of foity-seven lots ready, which will be offered
at auction on September Oth on the grounds
without reset vo. This properly is situated on
the Hue of the hew elect lie road and I'ledniout
cable line, and Is one of the most desirable build
ing situations iv Oakland. The announcement
of the sale will he made In a day or two, wheu
the ineilis of the oileiiogs win be referred to at
some length.
Easion, Eldrldge & Co.'s next auction sale will
take place on September 2d.
li. H. Umbsen & Co. will offer at auction in a
lew days a Hue of desirable city propeities.
Yon liiieln & Co. will conduct a sale at auction
of miscellaneous propeities on August 28th, the
pailiculars of which will be louud in another
column.
NOTES.
Tevls & Fisher have mapped out Into subdivis
ions ihe tract of laud Id Maria County known as
Belvedere, which they are now offering private
sate. The pieces of land offered are most de
sirable for suburban residences, being beauil
lully situated and covered witn oak and bay
trees. The propeiiy is well sheltered, and com
mands a magnificent view of the (.olden Gale
and surrounding country. It has bathing and
other privileges which places It on me list of
superior residence propeities. Steamboats
hourly make the propeiiy easy of access. There
ls cou-rideiabic demand tor this class of real es
tate. -■ -:. :
Wendell Easton, of la-ton. Eldrldge & Co., Is
at the Hotel Broadwater, Helena.. He is expect
ed to return 10 the cily about the Ist prox.
The prospectus of the Golden West Building
aud Loan Assocla. lon, of which Solomon Oetz
and other piominent citizens are Directors, is
out. It lias a capital stock of $3,000,000. divid
ed into 15.000 shares of the par value of $200
each.
I*. A. Dolan, the real estate broker, is at Sau
Jose lor a few days.
Although no consideration* beyond the usual
nominal amount was stated In lie transfer of the
EIHs-streel goie lot. recently recorded, from
Mary Searles to James L. Flood, the purchase
in ice Is repotted to be in the neighborhood of
$400,000.
l'.rn.niNi; CONTRACTS.
.lamer* Clark with Honser a Marltzen, to build on
W. line of Sanchez St.. 216:6 N. ot Seventh, N. __5x
100; *45U0; linn. ls rJSjOii; myth ft i nut sureties.
Pauline Jacobs .-.11 l I*. Maloney. to build on S.
line of Pine st., 137:6 W.of Laguna, Vt. 26x137 :t_:
UO.OOO; bonds $251)0; S. Uoran and J. A. Troy
sureties.
SUFFOCATED BY GAS.
Miss Lizzie -II i.Tiinril Found Demi In Her
Koono Irv irlends.
.Miss Lizzie .Maynard, sister of Harry,
Tom and John Maynard, was suffocated in
her room at __81 Stevenson street, Monday
night by gas escaping from the burner.
She was found dead in bed at 8 o'clock.
The gas-cock was only half turned and
from It poured the gas that filled the apart
ment and caused the young woman's death.
From all appearances it was concluded be
yond a doubt that the deceased had
neglected to turn off the gas carefully when
retirinir, and twisted the cock half a turn
backward. Her death was accidental and
there was 110 suspicion of suicide iv the
minds of her friends.
Miss Maynard was a native of England,
33 years of age and an intelligent, agreeable
youug woman, although a deaf-mute.
A Victim nf the I!*v.
Xels Tashbite, a boatman, found the body
of a middle-aged man floating oil the beads
yesterday and towed it to Fisherman's
Wharf. The body was taken thence to the
Morgue. It had been about ten days in the
water, and was dressed in a chinchilla over
coat, black trousers, gaiters and red shirt.
Tlie complexion of the deceased was light.
lie had sandy hair.
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GLOVES, LACES, RIBBONS
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To-day we make a great special offering of EIGHT WONDER-
FUL BARGAINS in goods that we have selected from their re-
spective departments as being particularly seasonable and desirable,
and will place on sale for this occasion at figures that are ONLY A
THIRD TO A HALF OF REGULAR PRICES.
TAFFETA AND PDRE SILK JERSEY GLOVES.
At 300-150 dozen!LADIES' TAFFETA SILK JERSEY GLOVES, plain and
embroidered back, in dark, medium and tan shades, worth regular 50c, will
be offered at 250 a pair.
_A.t 50-100 dozen LADIES' PURE SILK JERSEY GLOVES, plain and
embroidered back, in dark, medium and tan shades, worth regular 50c, will
be offered at 25c a pair. ' 'yVy.
SASH RIBBONS. LACE DEPARTMENT. ;
AX 150-7-INCH FAILLE FRAN- AX SOc-1 8 pieces BLACK POLKA
CAISE SASH RIBBON, in pink and JT RUSSIAN NET, all silk^ 45
blue, worth 35c a yard, will be closed J c^ w:de -, worth Sl, will be offered
out at 1 5c a yard. at 60c a yard.
A KIBB^T INCH SURAH SASH A 4 E 6 R4 e^ L fn C ?,^-
TrjTT_.r_.-_irT j t . ■ _,_.-_., SIAN DRAPERY NET, in striped,
RIBBON, in fancy stripes and Checks, figured and polka dot. 48 inches
worth a yard, will be closed out wide, all silk, worth £1 50, will ba
at a yard. - offered at $ 1 per yard. •;
GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.
At 50-50 dozen GENTS' FANCY BORDERED HEM-STITCHED HAND-
KERCHIEFS, large size, regular value $1 80 a dozen, will be offered a«
5c each.
At 1 50-75 dozen GENTS' FULL-FINISHED IN-GRAIN COTTON SOCKS
in scarlet, garnet, navy and brown, with fancy silk clocks, regular price S3 a
dozen, will be offered at 1 5c a pair.
NOTE.— Shrewd buyers will not need be told the importance of
an early selection, for these are bargains that speak for themselves.
/ff/S^^ MURPHY BUILDINC, ' I
(/(/ Market Street, corner nt Jones, /
&j_____J PPIANOISCO,
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OCEAN STEAMSHIPS.
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
DISPATCH STEAMERS FROM SAN A^A.
Franclaco for ports In Alaska 'J *. ___„ &-____ X
July '2D. Aug. 8, 13. 18, 28, Sept. ami Oct. '-' anil 17.
lor KrltUh Columbia and Puget Sound port,, 1
a. M.. July 29. August 3. 8, 13, 18, 23, 28, Sept. 2, 7,
12,17,22,27.
For Eureka, Humboldt Bay, Wednesdays, 9 *. st.
For Mendocino, For; Bra^., eto., Mondays anl
Thursdays, 4 r. it.
For Santa Ana, Los Angelei and all way por:,
every fourtb day, !_.«. "
For San Diego, stopping only at Los Angeles. Santa
Barbara and san Luis Obispo, every fourth day a:
11*. U.
For ports In Mexico. 25th of each month.
Ticket omce— Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery st,
UOODALL, PERKINS * CO., General Agents,
se3o 10 Market street. Sau Francisco.
FOR PORTLAND &ASTORIA, OREGON
THE I'NION PACIFIC RAILWAY— _____
Ocean Division— and PACIFIC COAST_jfigSiC
STEAMSHIP COMPANY will dispatch from Spear-
s treet Wharf, at 10 *. m., tor the above ports ouo of
their Al Iron steamships, via
STATE OF CALIFOU-MA-July 31, August 12,
24, Sept. ft, 17,29.
COLUMBIA— August 8. 20, Sept. 1. 13. 25.
OREGON— August 4, 18. 28, Sept. 9. 21.
Connecting via Portland with the Northern Paulas
Railroad. Oregon Short Lino and other diverging
lines, for all points in Oregon. Washington,
Urltish Columbia. Alaska, Idaho, Montana,
Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, Yellowstone Pari, and all
points East and South aud to Kurope.
Fare to Portland-Caul--, Slo: steerage, «S. ronal
trip, cabin, *30.
'lickec offices— l Montgomery street and Palace
Hotel. 4 New Montgomery street.
uouDALL, PEKKINS A CO., tieneral Agent!,
mrgg 10 Market street. San Francisco.
ANCHOR LINE.
Atlantic ____xpreM Service.
LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN.
Steamship "CITY OF ltd",! X" from New York
SATURDAY. Aug. 23, Sept. 2o, Oct. 18.
Saloon, :»,;t'. to SIOO, Second-class, >.iJ and 335.
GLASGOW m;i;vi< i;.
Fteanrers every Saturday iron. New York to
CLASCOWand LONDONDERRY.
Cabin passage to Olasgow or Londonderry,
*>.".(> :iu<l 860. Second-class. 830.
Steerage passage, either Service, ttlll.
Saloon Excursion Tickets at Reduced Kates.
Travelers' Circular Letters of Credit, and Draft]
for any Amount Issued at lowest current rates.
For Books of Tours, Tickets or further Information
Apply to HENDERSON HKOTIIEKS. New York,
orUEOKUE W. FLETCHER, til .Market st. ; or T.
D. McKAY, 89 Montgomery St.; or J. F. FDUA/.ZI
.__ CO., 5 Moutgomery aye., San Frauclsco, or UEO.
li. SEAMAN, 1073 liroadway, Oakland. i-ir.'l Ohio
COMPAGNIE GENERALE
*. ANSATLANTIQDK.
French Line to llnvr-.
C COMPANY'S PIER (NEW), 42 NORTH _&*__
J Itiver, foot of Morton st. Travelers by s__SX
this Hue avo d both transit by English railway aul
the discomfort of crossing the Channel In a small
boat
LA NORMANDIE, De Kersabiec
Saturday, Aug. 23d, at 10*. v.
LABOCKUOUNE. Frangeul
Saturday, August 30th. 4:30 *. it
LABRETAGNE. De Jousselln
Saturday, September Oth, 10:30 *. jc
LA CHAMPAGNE, Traub
Saturday, Sept. 13. at 4:00 a. if.
LANOKMAM'IE, De Kerrabiec
Saturday. Sept 20th. 6:30 a. K.
*S- For freight or passage apply to
A. FORGET, Agent,
No. 3 Bowll.ig Ureen, New York.
.1. F. FUUAZI A: CO., Ageuts, _ Montgomery are.,
San Francisco. mr2o tt
RAILROAD TRAVEL.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY.
(PACIIIC SYSTEM.)
Trains Leave nnd Are One to Arrive it
SAX Fit AMI SCO.
LEAVK From JULY 14. IS.'U ARHIVH
7:30* Haywards. Nlles and San Jose.... *2:lsi>
7:30* Sacraineuto A- Keddlng. via DavU 7:15r
7 :30* Sacramento, Auburn, Colfax « 4 :4_>r
S-.OUa Martinez, Yaliejo, Callstoga aua
Santa Kosa o'.Lie
V -00* Los Angeies Express, Fresno^
Bakerslield, Mojave ami East, .- - -
and Los Angeles 10:15*
B_So* Nlles, San Jose. Stockton. lone,
Sacramento, Marysvllle.OrovllH
and Red Bluff £:«'
12r00u Haywards, Nllesand l ivermore.. H:4sp
•1 .OOP Sacramento River steamers *"o 00»
8:00F Havwards. Nllesand San Jose 0:45*
8 :»0e Second class for Ogden and East 9:45_"
4:001. .ret Koine. Atlantic t-Xpresi,
Santa Barbara. Los Augeles,
Denting, El laso. New Orleans
and East • 8:45 i"
tilOr Mart Valieja Calistoga and
Santa Rosa 9:45*
4 rum- 1. m.. ... .and Stockton 10:15*
4 :30P Sacra vie t.r. i nd Knight's Lauding
via Davis , 10:15*
•4 :30p »nd Llvermore »8:45*
•4 _30P Nlles and Sau Jose , ;«:15P
tf Aior Haywards ami NUes 7:4 ft*
S.OOp Central ■ Atlantic Express, ogdea
ami East ". 9:4J*
9 -OOP Shasta Konte Express, Sacra-
mento, Marysville, Redding,
--■ s, r . Portland, Puget Sound and East 7:45*
SANTA < lily, i IV! SION.
17:45.. Excursion Train tv Sania Cruz..] . ;b:ojp
8:15* Newark, Centerville, San Jose,
Feltou, Boulder Creek aud Sauta
Cm,! 6 :20p
•2:46P Centerville. San Jose, Almaden,
■ Felton, Boulder Creek and Sauta
Cruz •11:20*
4:45? Centerville. San Jose and Loi
Uatos, auil Saturdays ,v Sundays
to Sauta Cruz. 9:30*
COAST til* I>»'N— Tliil-U HUM U.,',1,1 st*.
7 i!s* San Jose, Almadeu auu Way sta- -
tious .' * ! 30»
$7:50* Mouttrey and Santa Cruz Sunday _
. Excursion ■••• IS :_.sf
t*o*San Jose, Ollroy. Tres Pino*, Pa-
la! o. Santa Cruz. Monterey, Pa-
cilic Urove, Salinas,^.m Si*a
Miguel, Paso Kobles and Bant»
Margarita (San Luis Obispo) and
Principal Way Stations 6:12p
in-io* SauJose and Way Station* 7:30p
12 $£ Cemetery. Menlo Park aad Way
Station* 5:13r
»2-30r (Del Monte Lt.il Menlo lark, _«:in
*.'. ■ Jose, Uiri'riy. Paj.-uo, Caitri)V!lle,
. Monterev aud I'.tcitic urove.... '11:13*
*8:30p San Jose, Tres Plnos, Santa Cras,
Salinas, Monterey, Pacltlo Urove •
and Principal WayStatluni,.... ♦10:0'K
•4 :20p Mculo Park and Way S'.atlons. ... »7:sd*
:20p San Jose and Way Stations 9:O J*
B:30p Menlo Park ami Way Stations B:3ia
J11:46p Sau Jose and Principal Way Star
Hous _2.'j^___ 7 ; |4:28p
■-• A for Morning. * j- for Afternoon.
•bundays excepted. tSaturdavs onljl
Uiundays only. "Mondays excepted.-
__ RAILROAD TRAVEL.
SAN FRANCISCO ANO N. P. RAILWAY.
•"The Don lim*' liro-id-liaii^e Route/"
fOMMENCINO SUNDAY. JULY 13, IRW). AVO
until flintier notice. Bcrtt« anrt Train* will leave
from and Arrive at tbe San Fiiiiwi-i-o I'asdcntfer
Depot. Market-street Wharf, as follows:
From San Francisco for Point Tiburon and San
Rafael -week days: 7:li)A. 9:30 \. m.. 11:3) a. «.
I ::«> P. m.. 3:30 P. st, 5.-00 v. x M «:_'A p. m. Sunday*:
BK)oa.m, 9:30 a. m, 11 .00 a. m., 1:30 p.m.. 3:30 p. m,
6:00 P. m«0:15 p. M.
From Sail Kataei for San Francisco— Week days:
6:fiOA. M.. X: hi a. M. 9:30 A.M.. 11:10 A. M., I : t " P. V..
3:40 P. U. &:0i P. M.. '■- ■ » P. M. Sunday-*: 8:10 v. M,
6:40 A.M.. 11:10 AM, 1:40 P. M..3:4UP. M., 0:00 P. m.,
0:25 P.M. — —■ -
From I'olnt Tiburon for San Francisco— Week dans
7:15 A. M., »:*.M M.. 0:55 a. M.. 12:05 P.M., 'JnfiP.X,
4:051. M-, b:.iO I*. M., !:'*> I. M. Sundays: rt:iO A.
10:05 A.M., 11:35 A.M.. .J:O5 P.M., 4:05 P. M. 5.J1
P.M., o^o P.M.
Leave " 1 Dkstina- I Arrive in
_ San Fraiu'^cn. 1 Tiox. I San Franc _
Wekk I SI N- I j sts- j Wkkk-
Days. I pays. | I pays. | Pats.
7:40 a? m B^X)a.m I Fetaiuma 10:40 A. MI 8^0 A v
8:30 P. M 0:30a.m ami i 6tfsr.H 10:30 a.V. V
6.00 p. M IS:WI'.M I Sta Boea. I 7:1^5 P. M I 0:05P M.
Fulton
Windsor,
7MOA. M I a .nn. ir Km ton | 7.0- p,r | 10:30 A. V.
Windsor. I
H-OTtk m HtMMsb'U I -.o^ „ v I 10:30 A.M
SUiOP. m O.UUA..M LittonSps '«**. M U:OSP. M
Clovrdale I
_* Way Sts I J
Hopland I
7:40 A. Ml 8:00a.M and [7:25 P. M 6:osP.tf
Ukiah. )
7:4 ft A. M * B:OJa.M i uer vie I 7:25 P. it I 10:30 .\.M
8 :30 P.M I 1 I I 0 :05 P.M.
7:40 A. M 1 8:00a.M I Sounma I 10:40 a.M I 8:50 a. M
6.-00 p. M \ S'.OOP.M I OlenKU'p I SKWi P.M [6:05 P. M
7:40a.M18:00*.M «.,,,...„ 1 10:40 a.m i 10:30 A. tf
3:30 P. M I 5 p.M i teenastopi) gjKpJM 0:h5p.81
SIMM connect at Santa Kosa for White Sulphur
Rpruius anil Mark West Spring; at Qerservil •»
for Skai^i Spring; at Clorerdale for the Qey.
MTCs at Hfip'and fnr Hitrlilatiti Spring, Kelsey.
ville, Lakeport, llartlett Sprinss, Lower Lake and
ZelKlor spiuic-.at Ukiah for Vichy Springs, .Saratov*
Springs, ttluo Lake*. Willit.s. Cahto, Capella. Potter
\allov. Sherwood Valley and Mendocino City.
EXCURSION TICKETS, from Saturdays to Moo-
days—To Petalnma, »l GO; to Santa 1 :0.1 a #- 25; ta
H«aldsburK. 13 40; to Litton Springs, r.i 00; to Clover-
dah«. »4 50: to llopland. *5 70; to ITkiah. «■; 75; to
(iuerneville. $3 75; to Sonoma. #1 50; to Glen Kllen,
II SO,
EXCURSION* TICKETS, pood for Sundays oiily-Ta
Petaluma. SI; to Santa Kosa, «l 60S, to Healdsimr_&
•2 25; to Litton Spruitc*. <-ii. to Cloverdale, #3; to
Ukiah,*4 50: to llopland. 80: to Sebastopol, I i 80 ;t«
tiuernevi-Ue.*- SO; to Sonoma. vl; to iitrn Ellen, si 3 ).
H. C. WHITING. General Manager.
PETER J. MCGLY.NN, Gen. Pus. A Ticket Ant.
Ticket ofilces at Ferry anl --- Montgomery sireeL _
6AUSALITO-SAN RAFAEL-BAN QUENTIH
NORTH PACIFICJBOABT RAILROAOL
TIMK TABLE.
_. Cominencliiir Sunday, April fi. 1890, and
out, i lurtner uulice, boat, and trains will rue -_.- tot-
lows:
From SAN FRANCISCO for SAUSALITO anil SA!»
RAFAEL (week days)— l.'io, 9;io, 11:00 a. _c;
1:30, 8.-10. 5:00, H'.'lO r. it.
(Sun.lay-i)-S:00, 9:00, 10:00. 11:30 A. v. : ; - ..'O.
l-.'iO, 2:50, 4:20, S:3O, 6:30 r. v. Extra trip m,
Bundays to Sausallto *. 11 r'lO a. _. ____-____.
From SAN FRANCISCO [or MILL VALLEY (wee*
days)— 11:00*. if.; 3:30. 5:00 r. tt.
(Sundays)-S:00. 9:00, 10:00. 11:00 A. U. ; 12:38,
• 1:30,2:60, 6 :iOr. v.
From SAN KAKAEL for SAN FRANCISCfI , wesc
days)— 6:lo, 7:45, 9:30.11:15*. if. ; "TT3. 3 :2 a.
6:00 r. it.
(Biiinlays)-S:00, 9:50, 10:55 *. it.; 12:00 it.; 1:13.
2:45. 4:00. 6:00. 6:05. 7:00 p. v. Kxtra trip oa
Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Fare, 50 cents, round trip.
From MILL VALLEY for SAN FRANCISCO (week
days)— 7:ss, 11:05 A. M.; 3:35. 5:12 P. K.
(Sundays)— B:l2. 9:2o. 10:10, 11:15 *. li.; 13:281
1:40. 3:00. 6:15.6:30 p v. Extra trip on Saturday
at 6:38 p. m. Fare, 50 cents, ro.ind trip. _'
From s.vi.l in for SAN FKaScisim" (wee*
days)— 6:4s, 8:15, 10:05 *. v.; 12:06,2:15,4:10.
' ft : ll) P. M.
(Bundays)-8:45. 9:45. 10:40, 11:40 A.H.: 12:««.
3:30, 4:40. 5:45, 6:50, 45 .-. __ l_xtrat_np
en Saturday at 7:10 p. tf. Fare, 25 emits, rouuii
trip.
THROUGH TRAINS.
1:30 r. 5f.. Dally (Sundays ticepted) from Saa
Francisco forCazailrro and Intermediate statloaa
Returning, leaves Caiadero daily (Sundays ex*
«epied)at 7:00 a. v., arriving In ban F'ranciaeo
at 12:35 P. tf, . „
800 A. II . i Sundays only) from San Francises tot
Cazarlenr and Intermediate station!. Returning,
arrives in sail Francisco at 8:13 p. M.. same day.
EXCURSION RATES. '
Tblrty-day excursion— Round-trip Tickets to aal
from all stations, at 25 per cent reduction from
■Ingle tariff rata.
Friday to .Monday Excursion— Round-trip Ticket*
•old on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, good ta
return following Monday: Camp Taylor, 9175;
Tocaloma and i'olnt Reyes, 1 2 00; Tomales, tl lit
Howard's, (3 60; Cazadero, $1 00.
Sunday Excursion— Round-trip Tickets, good on day
•old only: Camp Taylor, fl 60; Tocaloma .„<%
Point Reyes, fl 75: Tomales, (2 00; Howard'a,
S3 50; Duncan Mills and Caiadero, 3 00.
STAGE CONNECTIONS.
Stages leave. Caiadero dally (except Mondavi) for
Stewart* Point. i.n.vala, Point Arena, I'nifeyi
Cove, Navarro, Meudoclao City and all point* aa
the North Coast. ■
JNO. W. COLEMAN. F. B. LATHAM.
General Manager. Gen. Pas*, & Tkt. Aft,
General Offlce*. 3211 Pine Street. >p»ltt.
HEW STORE! NEW GOODS!
EC. 11. __3C____.Fl.lS.-Em;
423 AND 425 KEARNY STREET.
Telephone No. 939.
TEA! TEAITEA!
COFFEE! COFFEE!
I HAVE IMPORTED THE CHOICEST MAT-
plcked TEA. which you may draw and taste for
yourself before purchasing.
My COFFEES are the choicest that can be obtained
in the market. 1 lie only inducement I offer 1* tha
(No Presents) BKST VALUE. (No Present!.)
Also, Spices, Flavoring Extract,, Baking Powder.
guaranteed strictly pure and lull weight.
Don't Forget the Place.
KED FRONT! KKD FRONT!
4 .'.5 and 4:45 Kearny Street,
au'J eo4 lvi
MciVSUNIM'S
ELIXIR OPIUM
Is a preparation of the Drug by "hich Its InJurlOM
effect! are removed, while tbo valuable I ™' 2 f^Sl
properties are retained. It possesses all the se. a
tlve, anodyne, aud antispasmodic P'<»"J of^t'l'iu
but .rcluJes no sickness or the '!''»'•!''»' "°„ervo»
Ing, no costiyeness. no hea.laci.e. In » c n u ,J e °s"**
disorders it is an Invaluable remedy, ™$*'™%*'
mended by the best Pbysiclaui. je^O W "'
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