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.' ;...' .• HOUSES TO LET.
•":•"' "PtSF :'OUSEOFB KOOMS AND BATH: SCNNY
' ' • r side: Vent 'hWP: 830 Sutler st. Apply O. H.
I. ■ ! ' . L MBS EN 4 CO.. 14 Montgomery tt. oc!6 3t
'inNE HOUSE; 1213 OREEN ST., BET. HYPE
V •:- r »nd Larkln: 4 rooms; rent cheap. Apply G. H.
. . ' UMBBKN A CO.. 14 Montgomery st. ocl6 8t
DXBNAL HEIGHTS, KOSCIUSKO ST.. NEAR
1> Crescent aye. ; 2-story house. C. S. CAPP * CO.,
415 Montgomery st. oc!4 71*
'. ' •■ ' AN EI.LU AN'j I.V PAPERED 14-ROOM CORNER
• . ' A house, bow-windows side and front, on Golden
•'•' • ■ Gate ava., near Van Ness"; tun all day; to desirable
tenants $-i 7: water free. Apply Room 3, Burnett
' ' Bull ling. 13b'» Market St., bet. 3 and 6P. M. oc!4 tf
OUSE TO LET FOR ROOMING OR LODUING
HOUSE TO LET FOR ROOMING OR LODU INO
house. Apply 182 Stevenson St., saloon, rear
" • . ■■ of Palace Hotel. OCIS 6t»
:". ■ ..' '■ ROOMS AND SIORE; ALL NEW; SUITABLE
-*.' . ——fur sailer boarding-house; ISraiman St., near
.' ■ •. .' . Paclßc Hail Dock. Apply to P. C. UOLLOY, ISB
Montgomery st oc!2 7t
. . '■•••• TJEAR HOUSE: I ROOMS *ND 3 THREE i 1 "-■
;■■..•; . lieu; 110 Twelfth st. : rent cheap. Apply MADI-
'.-..• - . • SON 4 BURKE, 401 and 403 Montgomery at. la
ONE OF PRETTIEST HOMES IN MISSION TO
lose to responsible party: 8 large roots and
• •■ t«tb: lovely garden; flue view; center warm belt.
-;.' '.' Twenty-first st. — — v( * * it*
.: X " ' WO-STOBT HOUSK; 10 BOOMS, HATH: MOD-
■ : 1 era Improvements: *.!".. 2203 Geary st. oc!2 it"
AY-WINDOW lliil>E; 7 BOOMS AND BATH;
fine marine view. 1512 Jones st. oc!2 tt
Ol 8 BOOMS and large yard, apply
on premises, 19 Clementina St. oc!2 tf
.."! i-OK BEST LIST OF HOUSES AM) FLATS CALL
" ron BADT, JACOBS A BRANDON, 313 Monlgom-
• •• , '• ' -' .'. err st. ocll 7t
II YOU WANT A LARGE LIST OF FLATS OR
1 nooses to select from, apply to BADT, JACOBS *
;• .' ' BRANDON, 313 Montgomery St. QC2 tf
4 ROOMS, WITH BATH. liM; WASHINGTON
avenue. ocl II
■'; ':.-: COTTAGKS TO LKT.
/■.'■■■ rpo LET— COTTAGI 1 ROOMS ON IHIKTIKTH
"■ ■ 1 St., near Nee; rent *10; water free. Key In
' ' '. ■ •' store. OCIS 3t*_
"••;':' ='. •<» ll' — SIS— COTTAGE. 4 AND 5 ROOMS:
■.'..: .' tJpIU bath; basement. 15th and Dolores. oc!2 St»
."; ; ■'. ■ 'pOTKERO— 3 MCE COTTAGES: TEXAS ST.,
;'.-.• :'. 1 near N.ij a; close to 11. 'ii works: cl.i':i|.. ("11 tf
.■' ■ 1 I UN [SHED HOUSES.
"OR SALE '-!.« 1 i i:mi: i;i: hi A 4-ROOM
flat. Apply 32 Clinton Par*, oil Guerrero St.,
:■ •'. bet. Bldley and Fourteenth, bet. the hours of 10
-> f ■-_ a. m. and 3f. v. 01 16 T__
i^or SALE— FURNITURE 6-1: OH FLAT; BAB-
T g:iln. l_J McAllister, second Boor, Bat 3. oc!6 7*
■■■ ' : '*4'» 1-11 ELEGANTLI FUBNISHED BAY-WIN-
•• ■ : C4OV/. dow flat; rent »30. 91H",j Mission. 16 3*
"-. ■ . ' riKJ LET-FURNISHED HOUSE. 880 MS AN.i
.... . • X bath; rent $03: references. Jull.N 11 -oki:. .:_•.•
"; ■-.■ ... Montgomery st. ocl s 3t*
L CUMTIKE OF 4 ROOMS FOR SALE. CHEAP,
1 on account of departure. Apply at 31 Lafayette
• ';••"■ -.' si, bet. Eleventh and Twelfth. ocl 4 at*
■■■■■ ' BofllH FOR SALE S THIS WEEK - NICELY
:-.."• • «irO\/V'. furnished house; 10 rooms: complete
." .;' :" ■ tor rooming and boarding; nice sunny back yard
• '. . '.''and bath: persons going East : must tell this week.
.' » . ■"., ■ Call -'SI in,., n'l vet. 1 1 a. m. anil 7 ■•■ v ill 7 '■
.'..-•' :... 1 LAIS to lix!
' ' I')i 1 BUSH. Xl I'L' — FLAT OF 7 ROOMS
.■'•■ ;■ 1 I £•' and bath: rent »!0. ■ ■:■' St
' :'. '■''■' '. w- 1 - LOWKB BAY-WINDOW FLAT: 4Ri OMS
•.'. ". ijl I . and bath: near 3 cable cars. I*l9 Pacific
: .'. ■■■ .-t. i'.-t. Hyde and larkln. ocl6tf
• ■ :'. •> ROOMS TO LET; 111 IK'KI: ST.: LARGE
..--"'■ " ""• O yard and cellar: beL Harrison aud lir.\ unt, Ninth
.'. : •.■"•' sad Tenth sts.: rent $1^ oclU7t»
:.<-, - ILAI Hi- 7 ROOMS, BATH AMI PANTRY:
■ .;•' .' . i(3S:la est convenience. 734 Twenty-fourth st,
I"-' '.■ near Hor.ard. ocl6 7t
■'..•■■. ULAT TO LET; FURNITURE FOR SALE.
• •• r DUFFY, 997 Market st. oc!6 2t
CORNER HAVES AND WEBSTER— ELEGANT
■ V Bat of 7 rooms, bath, with all modern Improve- -
tnentg; hot aiid cold water; brick cellar. C:iil at
. : '" . groct ry. cur. Havaand Wel»ster sts. oc!6 3t*
t ;': "' L OBBENT CHEAP— NEW SUNNY FLATS OF
-...•"■ *■'. 'V 4-and 5 ruoms. with bath and laundry; all mod-
.-.'.' •■ rr;i lniprovements: splendid marina view: Green
• ■•: '- '.it. nr. Hyde. Inquire at 1133 Green st. ocla 3t»
■■•• '■''-a A I NATOMA.BET. SEVEN 111 ASD EIUHTH
..-"'.. Oil Lower flats rooms. Of 15 2t*
■ "V' : .. OANCHFZST., EASTSIDE.CLOSETO MARKET;
•■'•'■•■ '■- o 6 elegant new Hats of 5 and 0 rooms and all mod-
. • -crn ImproTements: rent SOS and $20; water free.
..••' C. E. MaY.NE a CO.. agents, 322 Montgomery. 14 4 1
. -\- ':'. 0.7- SITTER, NEAR JONES— UPPER FLAT; 7
■■. 0 — <) rooms and bath; very desirable; rent $50.
. * .■ : . .•' water JLCiuded. oc!4 St
."■■ : • 1 - I - LEAVEN WORTH ST., NEAR JACKSON;
'.'-:' • It'll brooms and large basement, with smoke
... ' house and stalls for horses aud wagon; suitable for
butcher. Inqnlte 821 Kearny st., upstairs. ocl4 St*
; AY - WINDOW FLAT: 6 LARGE BOOMS:
I' bath: cellar: $2U; also bay-window Hat of 3
• '-' ' • large rooms and store-room; *10. luqulre lIS
.' Jasper place, bet. DupoLt aud btockton, oil Fil-
bert ■ ocl4 :-t»
I;-.- ' (* I |) 2 PLEASANT UNFURNISHED BUNNY
tj) 1 \J, rooms for housekeeping. 1615 titove.l4 3*
'"■•' ' •S'V'ft 7 BOOMS AND BATH; EASILAKE; 2
,;.■•" 0— "• bay-windows ; on line of cable; siv. cor.
t.iifa and Scott. ocl4 St*
' OnC SHOTWELL— ELEGANT FLAT; 0 ROOMS:
■ '-V bath; all modem Improvements. Apply op-
. ' pusue. at 614. bet. 20th and -Ist sts. oc!4 3t*
• \EW ELEGANT UPPER hi AT: MODERN
•• ' l.^ co.iveniences. MS Grove St., near Polk. 13 7t*
OXtW. I'LATS. 4 AND 5 ROOKS, 1006 FLoS
— ,il^. near rwenty-secoud: ait modern improve-
. . mtl.ts-; warm belt: rent .«I." - ..! *!1S ocl3 7t»
• ' • • 6.11 (Ml ti:. IVY AYE.; 2 NICE ILAI s OF
.. U""t rooir.s-and bath. oi'l2 tt
• * ~. "i 1 " BAY-WINDOW FLAT; 6 ROOMS AND
". . "' cl bath: on Union-street cable; store, 3
': ' ■. rooms. $12. Apply at ISUT Union st. ocl'J tf
REDUCED FROM THAT HANDSOME
sunuy lower fiat, modern. IMb Webster st. 11 tf
ENTS REDUCED: GOLDEN GATE AYE. AND
Laguna st : elegaiii - .iiny flats of 6 rooms and
■ ba:n. Apply O'F'ARKELL & LANG, 11 Montgom-
ery st. oclo 7t
(ml .1- 4 FRONT UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR
" •_ 1 — . housekeeping. »09 Fulsoin. above stb.olU
■- jkilQ FINE FLAT OF 8 ROOMS. BATH, ALL
. " ' — O. modern conveniences. 1705 DeTisadero,
.' ■' cor. Suiter^ Bes tf
• • ' BEBE IS THE MULTITUDE GOING ? TO
■ '* L.ilteview. oc7 tf
.'.'■'• . (,-.- 'rvVENTY-FIP.ST ST.— UPPER FLAT. 6
Op I rui'ii.a. bath a:.a I me!: t ; $25. "1- tf
- ' '. ; . '^r -:-} HOUSEK-EKPIKO BOOMS,
;' • ' oTtIowTy^nTcELY FuSiTsTIED^ROOJItTFOR
• Oil light housekeeping. o<-16 at*
. " Q. ROOMS. FUBNISHED COMPLETE FOR
.- ' O housekeeping. 48M1D .1 st. or] 6 7t«
; • ■"" QOK FIFTH —SUNNY (.KAN FURNISHED
■. - . O— O housekeeping: also single room*. It*
.'■." • 7T71~r 1 MISSION FURNISHED FOR HOUSE-
. ' ! — «'■; keeping, nice bed-ioom, kitchen, bath;
*: . .' -.sunny and exclusive. ocl6 st*
...1 !■• HOWABD ST.— ELEGANT FURNISHED
.. ■ - „• . — I It ) iicui>!e parlors; light housekeeping; single
" '- - . - r 1 insaiso: Mission sunny belt; pleasant surround-
**."• . lugs. . ..If. ii»
- V) NEW SUNNY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
... — 1. o.ns. 716 Larkln st- ' It*
... - : 1 I (MOSS ST., OFF HOWARD, BET WEEN SIXTH
• • : X'J and seventh— Sunny front and back rooms for
.-. ..-' housekeeping; rent cheap. oclo" 2t*
• - ■. - 4 LARGE ELEGANTLY FURNISHED BOOMS
' • ". / . "I r«r housekeeping; 545; reference. 611 Eddy
."' . • btrect. ocl6 3t*
!/;.-J • Ql NNY KAY-WINDOW SUIT*: : PRIVATE
'.. , ; . * O American family; references exchanged; third
' .. '_■ : floor, 113 I.arKln. oc!6tf
' '.'. I*l O 1 MISSION-HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS; SHI
.'.•..';. Ol O:> and»l2 per month. oclO 2t*
-. • : . : D I Q 110 WARD-BED-ROOM AND KITCHEN",
'*.' "; -OX • ' furnished for housekeeping. ocl6st*
A ROE BUNNY ROOM; STOVE, CLOSETS;
* private family. 871 Minna at., near Fifth. lit*
1 _«Q STEINER-2 NICE COSY BOOMS COM-
. X"i»>O plete f or housekeeping. oclstf
■ 17/11 STOCKTON, COR. FILBERT— 2 ROOMS
■ •- 1 llul complete for h"U-ekeep:n{r. ocla tf
I :'.v EDDY— a SUNNY UNFURNISHED BAY-
' - XOOO window housekeeping rooms: $10. <•( 15 2*
: - : "'■ Of\(\ FIFTH -2 FURNISHED ROOMS, COM-
. QUO plete for housekeeping; rent cheap. uc!s 3t*
. - - « FOUBTH — LARGE~FURNISUEI» BOOM,
' '■ " Z~O suitable for light housekeeping. ocls 2t*
-'" ' Cf 7 FOLSOM — LARGE FRONT BOOM, FUK-
■ ' ' ■ . O") • wished for housekeeping. oc!s 2t*
c ■; .. . tViQO'F-ARRELL— 3 SUNNY ROOMS; HOUSE.
... 4\ tO koeplng; other rooms: use kitchen. ocls 3t*
' Q.-r. MINNA — SUNNY ROOMS roll LIGHT
— -.' ; O'*>O housekeeping: also bed-room: use kitchen. 3t*
' " . QA'J FOLSOM— a SUNNY ROOMS. FURNISHED
* O'X»> complete for housekeeping. ocls 2t*
■■ ' I 1-i THIRD — HOUSEKEEPING: 1 ELEGANT
XttO suite: double rooms: gas; bath. oc!s 3t»
' ■ 91 Q MINNA-SUNNY FRONT ROOM FOR
• ' . •> 1 O light housekeeping: no children. ocl4 tf
• • I 9.19 MISSION - FURNISHED HOURKKEEP-
■• '. 1— — — Ing room; stove and closet: rent $10. 14 tf
' . TURK— PARLOR OF 3 FURNISIIED
'- • )•>•> housekeeping rooms; sunny yard. ocl4 st*
• • • (il II MISSION - unfurnished BAY-WIN-
•M 1 .• daw suite: suitable for housekeeping. 14 5*
H'l SIM.I ROOMS; NICELY F'UK-
ulshed. 27 Minna St. ocl4 si*
11 _ 1 WELSH. OFF FOURTH— 2 OR 3 FUR-
.' -. J- 1 nished rooms; housekeeping; reasonaj-
• ■ '■■■. ; I ocl4 St*
' ••'I IS. GROVE ST.-4 UNFURNISHED ROOMS
' •• . X 1 • ' for housekeeping. oc!4 St*
.' i It-lO 3 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR IIOUSE-
■• ■ ' -T I •>• M>plng. ii2o Folsom si., near Fourth. 7tf
• • ■ 1,. '1 1 MISSION-2 FURNISHF.D SUNNY
'•_ .' X''OX rooms for housekeeping; quiet. 0012 tf
: "I IV WASHINGTON— SUNNY UNFURNISHED
. * O\J~ housekeeping rooms. • ocl2 7t*
■ ' • (•'J\ 1 EDDY-SUNNY FURNISHED BOOMS: LO-
U«JX cation desirable: prices reasonable. ocl 3 st*
.' 0 I /•" ÜBK-KLEGANTLY FURNISHED SUITE
file's? u1 U i.f parlors, aud also single rcoim. ocl 2 st*
T.MNELY FURNISHED FRONT suite AND
4 1 other rooms lor light housekeeping. 32 Second
.. . street. ; ocll 7t»
■ ' 6.ii post - .newly FURNISHED SUNNY
'•' Uj-X rooms for housekeeping; modern Impts. 11 tf
-.•• 2N 1 0 B FURNISHED ROOMS FOR lIOUBE-
■ V "' Z keeplng. 1307 Stockton st. oclo 7 f
'•'' 'Id O(\ MISSION ST.-SUITE OF NICE IIOUSE-
• • • ■ ' X TOY/ keeping rooms on the sunny side, with use
.-•.. of gas and bath ; rent very moderate. OC7 tf
•'- QOC HOWARD— ROOM3FURNISHED HOUSE-
* t/<)O keeping; suites for doctors: new house.B24 tt
A^)^\ LARKIN— 2 SCNNY ROOMS, FURNISHED!
; - . . "i —'':■: light housekeeping. se2l If
•• ■• HAY-WINDOW DOUBLE PARLOR; »2tT 104
"■'•/ If Kenrny St., opp. While House, top Honr. atil2 tf
• ' BOOMS TO LKT.
.'MI C SACRAJIENTO-4 FRONT ROOMS, WITH
..':'. ' 0 10 water; 4 closets; rent $17. It*
' ■'• Oil' I KLI.LS— NICE SUNNY FLAT; CHEAP:
; • -.. ZVOO key next door. ocl6 3t*
1.; I A HOWARD— FLAT, 2 OR 3 ROOMS. FUR-
■ : 1-It ultlud for housekeeping. ocl6 M*
■-1 (Li) I LEA YEN WORTH— 2 OR » ROOMS, FUR-
■• ." •• l.'—l nished or usfurnUhed, lor housekeeping;
• .cheap. ' • oc!6 4t»
'• ■ " Q 1A HOWARD-WELL-FURNISHED DOUBLE
■ '.' L/'i'a sunny room; $8 per mouth. ocla 2t*
' ' .fill, JESSIE — "FTCE SUNNY FURNISIIED
.U I V' room: private family; with grate; suitable'
• ' for gentleman; rent reasonable. oc6 4i»
' OAQ MASON— SUNNY FRONT ALCOVE SUITE,
V . . OUO 'suitable for lor 2 geuU, ocltf at*
BOOMS TO XET-CONTIXUED. _
Ol POWELL-NtCFXY FUBNISUeV SUNNY
ZxO front rooms; also offices. oc!6 st*
OOA O'FARKELL-NEWLY FURNISHED B0»-
AO\J ny front rooms en suite or single. oclC st*
_ A C NATOMA— FURNISHED SUNNY
rj-jQ front loom cheap. It*
Q'Jl MINNA-NICE LARGE FRONT ROOM TO
00l let. n
OQQ O'FARHELL-NEWLY FURNISHED SIN-
ZOO gle room; all modern convenlences.oclb at*
lll|) O'FARRELL-2 NICE SINGLE SUNNY
Zx\J rooms; $6 each: gents. oclbot_
Ql/2 ELLIS near polk-large furnished
OID room: rent $10: private family. oclU 3t
Of? NICE SUNNVTURNISHED ROOM; CLOS-
QO.et. 219 Tehama, near Third. It*
Ol n THIRD-NICE SUNNY FRONT ROOMS
Zl i cheap: single, $1 »_____ ode Bt«
013 Xl .-.- BAY-WINDOW PARLOR; SUI TA-
«J*I4 Lie for married couple. oc!6 3t*
(l..O:l JESSIE, BET. THIRD AND FOURTII-
--J4 Front double room, suitable for small fam-
ily or - gentlemen; also single room, $5, $7. 16 2t*
_ NICE FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET: NO OB-
i jcctlon to light housekeeping; no children. Ad-
dress C, Box 2, this pace. QCI4 tf
Otic; OAK-SUNNY BAY-WINDOW AND BACK
-__O room kitchen for light housekeoplng.TSaS 3*
OQI SIXTH— FURNISHED ROOM TO LKT.
ZOj ocl 6 3t«
rrCriVA" NESS AYE.-SUNNY FURNISHED
I CO room. oclC St*
-in; BUSH — - LARGE FRONT FURNISHED
0 I o rooms. oc!s 4t«
1 *J7VQ OCTAVIA— a ROOMS, ONE FURNISHED,
X J.VJO other unfurnished. In a private family;
rent reasonable to responsible parties. ocIH 3t»
777 MARKET-SUNNY FURNISHED ROOMS;
111 suites and singles, housekeeping, odice. 15
uioi; EABY- FURNISHED BOOMS TO LET,
XZO single, for gentleman. oc!s tf
QA PLFASANT. BET. CLAY AND SACRAMEN-
OV to. Jones a.. Taylor— Furnished rooms for 1
or 2 gentlemen. ocl s 'M*
(•i.r : FOURTH - HANDSOMELY FDBNISHED
~Xi)O rooms; ♦•>*. $5: light housekeeping; central. 2»
nJ 55 FoLSOM-NICELY FURNISIIED ROOMS;
0 jO fl per week and upward. ocls 3t»
SEWER PLACE. OFF 1011 MASON— I FRONT
O alcove room, furnished or nnfornlshefl, with
grate. ocl s 3t*
O/17 VAN NESS— NEWLY FURNISHED BOOMS:
OV! I js and »10; double beds; refereiii 3t*
T7URNISBED FRONT BOOM, GOOD LOCALITY,
JP comforts of a home, to a gentleman ltiitrrivate
family; reft rentes. Address Room, Box 126. Call
Branch orace. 0.15 3t*
(11 - POLK — MCELY FURNISHED DOUBLE
ul I room ; couple or gents. ocls st*
1 AAQVAN NESS AYE— HANDSOMELY FUB-
-1 nlsued double parlors; also suites and
single. ocls st«
K-JC GEARY —NEWLY FURNISIIED FRONT
••'•Jroo:n: bath; private family; gents or
coup.c. - -. -■--- •- ocl& st*
0I •> MASON — NEWLY FURNISHED SUNNY
OX— front suite: also tingle room. oelS st*
ri] MINNA— 2 LARGE FURNISHED BOOMS,
Oil front and back connecting: - double beds
suitable for 3 adults; housekeeping or gents; other
housekeeping rooms. ocls -I*
1 ] AfIVAN NESS, NEAR GEARY — SUNNY
XX room; well furnished. ocls tr
- MASON SINGLE, DOUBLE AND TRANSIENT;
0 also bonsakeeDlng rooms. ocls 7t*
"I C BIN CON PLACE— FURNISHED ROOMS
XO for light housekeeping: references. oclS lit*
HI Q POST - NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE-
II JO keeping rooms: stove, closet and bath. 15 tt
IAQ7 MISSION— NICELY FURNISHED I'AR-
JLUO i lor suite ; also other rooms. <>cl 4 st*
0 "-> ELEVENTH— SUNNY FURNISH ED BOOM;
wOO private family; $6. ocl 4 3t*
F,A7 GOUGH— LARGE SUNNY BAY-WINDOW
O\J i room: newlyfura!shetl:renl reasonable. 14 5*
1 ')•_> TENTH -LARGE SUNNY FURNISHED
1 — «-* room; suitable for 2; piano; bath. ocl-1 tr
L-LKM.slll.;. ROO>:S TO LET; S INGLE OR
I double. Address W., Box 1 . this office. ocl4 tf
I 1 I ■; GOLDEN GATE— NICELY FURNISHED.
lilt) large lront room; grate: rent S_ ocl4 5*
7 1 Q GOLDEN GATE — NICELY FURNISHED
I 1Q r. >. mi; private family; grate, closets; run-
ning water; $1-: irentieinen only. ocl4 St*
.- 1 Q G OLDEN GATE — NICELY FURNISHED
OXO room with grate. o ■; 4 st*
1 n HARRISON AYE.— 2 OB 3 UNFURNISHED
XO roums to let. OCI4 St"
Ql O Taylor— nicely furnished sunny
OX front room; suitable 01 two. oc!4 tf
7.) A lI OWARD, NETR THIRD-NICKLY FUR-
%£-\} iitehgd, large, sunny, from room; f 10. 14 31
IQ7 I I. MAMA- Fl RN"ISHED BOOM FOB 1 OB
XO I ■- gentlemen ; cheap. 0014 7t*
1.7 I'O.ST, COB. LEAVEN WORTH — 3 FUR-
Ol I nhhpd ronuis suitable for gi'ntleiue.i.ocl2 7t*
(17 I FOl.StiM-Riioll FOR^J YOUNG MEN, $.S:
un sm;ie room, *_, wll 7t»
QQAI MISSION— NICELY l-TKMSHI.'.i ROOMS
•JO\J : en suite and single: also rnrnlshed and un-
furnished ollices for due-tors or dentists; sunny side;
central. ocl 1 7t»
1 '/'"-'I: 1 FOLSOM-3NICEFURNISHED ROOMS;
i___J'.' private French family. ocll lin*
CO". HOWABD— NEWLY FURNISHED ROOMS,
C— '} en mite or single. ociOTt^
- j'J TEHAMA Si.. .NEAR NINTH —NICELY
4 "XO furnished sunuy frontrootn i.i private family
for 1 or 2 gentlemen; no other roomers. «.clo 7t*
Ol j; TURK— HANDSOMELY FUBNISHKD SUN-
& 1 U ny front room. ocS tf
3-1 SIXTH— THE IIILLSDALE; -NEW HOUSE;
O newly furnished sunny rooms, single or eu
suite; elevator; transient rooms $1 and 42. ocS tr
7ncTvAN NESS AYE.— HANDSOMELY HK-
I OO nished corner suite of parlors: also single
rooms; private family: with or without board.o7tf
OAM GOOD BOOMS AT LOW BATES— HOW.
-v" ard st.,nr. '1 bird: pas and water in each ro^tn;
rcadtug-room and bath free; linen changed daily;
house open all uinuf best beds In the world.ap2t);t
QO- HOWARD-FURNISHED ROOM, SUITA-
VOO ble for doctor; also housekegping. se!7 tf
ONE SUNNY FURNISHED ROOM, SMALL
_ room. 210 Turk st. sels tf
7A-I1 VAN NESS AYE.— NEWLY FURNISHED
iV —-; sunny rooms: desirable. sel3 IT
•in OAK GROVE— LARIiE SUNNY ROOM: PBIT-
OU liege of kitchen; no children. jy3otf
CO'7l NATOMA— TO REN I, A LARGE FUR-
U— I -i 1 Ished front room, suitable fur man and
wife or two gentlemen. aul'J tf
1> ELEGANTLY FURNISHED SUNNY PARLOUS
O with dressing-room attache L 918 Valencia. 2tltC
INGLE FURNISHED ROOMS 15c A NIGHT.
SINGLE FUBNISBED ROOMS 13c A MiiHT.
Llndell House, cor. Sixth and Howard ivll tf
CHEAPEST AM) BEST IN AMERICA— THIS
\J eight-page WEEKLY call, sent to any address
In toe United States or Canada one year tor $1 23.
postage free.
BOAKDING AMI UOOMS.
ITA_ MCALLISTER— ROOMS, PRIVATE~FA>r-
I " liy ; gas and bath; board optional. . oclltf
EVERY I.iT IN I.AKI.YIhW 1.- in'tilL' lfl'i;il-
Xi cst state of cultivation : no _nd hills there. o7tf
THE MABIPOSA, 821 LAGUNA— FINE SUITES;
X Erst-class board; terms moderate. anlßtf
yrOBEMITE HOUSF^ 1045 MARKET ST.. HET.
X Sixth and Seventh: 35c to $1 per night; iierweeX
<] 60 to »8; single and en suite: families. mrl tr
ARLINGTON HOUSE. m KEARNY-FLEA*
ant sunny rooms, en suite and iluiflo; £rstoUli
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THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1890-EIGIIT PAGES.
AT THKEE YEARS OLD.
j to I. 8. 1.
Written for The Morxixg I'Ai.r.
V IVAN, not the sapphire sky's pure
(T I I color,
X I / When clouds away are rolled.
• • Is bluer than thy smiling eyes so happy
»At three years old. \
My Ivan, not the sweet blush rose's petals,
' Commencing to unfold,
Dave fairer tints than tinge thy cheeks and
forehead
At three years old. v
My Ivan, not the golden rod's rich plumelets
Outshine thy hair's "young gold"—
A golden fleece, bright as the prize of Jason—
At three yean old.
My Ivan, type of autumn's noblest flowers,
How (irmly dost thou hold
Thy place; how strong, how lovely art thou
growing \
In Love's warm mold.
Alamcda. Cat., Oct., ISM. ANEtKH.
AN EPISODE IN
MY WANDERINGS.
Written for The Morning Call.
¥ : f «UNGRT, fatigued and dusty,' I at last
1-^4;/ readied the unpretentious looking
l^Vl^ boanlinß-lioii3o of Fran Ebert, to
whom I had a letter of recommendation
from one of her last year's bonnier.- . Of
course, Dresden could well boast of finer
mid naturally more expensive boarding
houses, but as the extent of my finances
for "doing " the principal cities of Germany
were rather limited, and, as 1 unfortunately
or fortunately belonged to that numerous
sisterhood designated as "old maids," Icon
eluded to make the most of my surround
ings.
After a vigorous tug nt the door-bell I
found myself face to face with what may be
termed the typical German liauslrau. She
kindly escorted me into a ueat looking
parlor, read my letter and rang in a most
business-like manner a bell, the summons of
which was answered by a rather interesting
looking young girl, whom I afterward
learned was none other than the daughter
of Fran Ebert
" Elsa." aid she, " this is Fraulein Nel
son, the friend of Mrs. Marix, who recom
mends her most highly. Conduct her at
once to the spare room and see that she
stands in need of nothing."
Judging by the manner in which these few
words were "delivered and by my thorough
knowledge of that all-important science,
physiognomy, 1 concluded that 1 bad at last
found a true liavi-n of rest for the time 1 in
tended to remain in this pleasing and at
tractive city.
My mornings were generally devoted to
sight-seeing. Occasionally I was joined by
Elsa, provided she was neither occupied
with her household work nor her music, in
which art she was perfecting herself in
order to become a teacher in the Marien-
Ecbule. One had need only to g«ze into the
depths of those largo soft, dreamy eyes to
see that there was a being capable of losing
herself and her surrounding in the realms
of Thalia. Well for her that such was the
; case.
But some trouble was clouding the life of
th's girl, whoso character was at once simple
and yet so complex.
I'rior to my meeting this apparently
simple girl, 1" thought such characters as
her were seldom found in reality ; that they
were only the production of an author's
lively imagination.
One afternoon on our way to the Grosser
Garten, not many days after 1 formed the
above conclusion, 1 noticed that my com
panion was somewhat more low-spirited
than her wont. Our friendship which at
the outset had been built upon a good
foundation ( had by this time reached is
full perfection. Notwithstanding this, I
determined I would not take advantage of
the fact, but would patiently wait until
Elsa felt inclined to lay bare her heart to
me. We had by this limn readied one of
the most lonely and romantic spots of the
park.
The last rays of the sun had just accent
uated the vivid gieen leaves ol tin* weeping
willow, which by its peculiar growth ottered
an inviting retreat to the tired pedestrian,
when Elsa suddenly stopped as though
transfixed to the Spot, raised her arms in dis
may, and exclaimed in a heartrending tone:
"Fraulein Nelson, it Is toe cruel; if you will
but lake me home, I shall tell yen all. Oh,
take me away from here." These few words
were but the outpouring of an overburdened
he irl.
' For awhile we walked in silence; when
we neared the gate of the park, she said in
a trembling tone, ".My dear Fraulein, 1 am
sure I shall feel relieved after 1 tell you al!,
but give m* your hand; it will inspire me
with courage. She then began :
"One short year ago how little did I rcaliza
how unhappy it was my destiny to become.
Mamma, then, just as now, took in a few
reliable boarders; among others was one
Arthur WyiliHe, who was sent by his
uncle guardian Sir Edward Wycllffe 10 our
city in order to perfect himself In the Ger
man Language. It was his uncle's intention
to have him installed in the heart of a Ger
man family (considering this a means by
which he could learn the language more
readily aud fluently) as Sir Edward ep.tfcr
taincd sanguine ideas of having his nephew
appointed Embassador to th» court ut Ber
lin. *
"At the outset 1 noticed that Arthur took a
great, far too aieat an interest In me; but
such a procedure was not by any means dis
agreeable to me; to anticipate --eeiiis him
wag *o me the acme of terrestrial happiness;
to realize what I anticipated was — well,
Fraulein, suffice it to say that 1 loved and
imagined I was lovid in return. Mamma
noticed Arthur's marked attentions to
me and repeatedly warned me. She
said that such hiih bred gentle
men were seldom in earnest with Mich maid
ens as myself; that I m a mere novelty,
and that I would be forgotten the moment
Arthur reached his home in England.
"One morning, during our daily walk to the
Altbruckle, just as 1 was admiring the beauty
of our city as it was bulbed in tin; morning
sunlight, Arthur impulsively caught my
hand, pressed it to his lips, and eagerly told
me. that he loved me.
"About a month after this declaration I
noticed that Arthur on our way to Grosser
Garten was depressed, that something was
disturbing his usually equable temper. I
suggested that we should not frequent the
most public walks that day, but the more
secluded ones, think) g that perhaps quiet
ness would have a beneficial effect upon his
spirits. (Scarcely had wo readied the spot
near the weeping willow, which you and I
just left, when Arthur, with the most painful
expression depicted upon his countenance,
produced a letter from his i ticket, which he
bade me read. I tremblingly took the pa
per and found that it contained a recall from
Sir Edward, who desired to tee his nephew
on important business, and that he should
therefore leave immediately for England.
'"The effect produced upon me by these
words is indescribable. Aithur noticing the
result succeeded in reassuring me by faith
fully promising a speedy return at the con
clusion of hi.-: affairs. -
"The next day we bade each other a most
affectionate farewell, and although a whole
month has elapsed since then not one word
have I beard of or from him. Oh, Fraulein,
can it be that he is ill or dying, or that lie
is proving faithless to me?"
The only answer I vouchsafed her to this
question was 10 draw her little hand through
my arm, and hurry her home, for well could
I Imagine what the silence on Arthur Wy
cliffe's part portended.
So then this confession explained thecause
of Elba's troubles. Would that 1 could have
helped her in some manner, but alas, 1 was
powerleu.
Arthur Wycliffe had come te Dresden,
found that a simple and obscure German
girl had pleased his fancy, and returned
home in obedience to his uncle's summons,
which conveyed immediately to him (but not
to EUa) a deeper and more subtle significance
than what these words implied. Ho doubt
Sir Edward had been informed of the true
condition of things in Dresden, and Arthur,
not relishing the thought of disinheritance,
considered it best to return at once, lie knew
ho must school himself to forget Her, ho
could never marry her, owing to the ureat
Inequality of their social positions. Why
the mere idea of it was simply preposterous.
Summer was at its cb.se, autumn was
upon us; the leaves were gradually being
decked in their variegated garbs. Of Elsa 1
saw wry little indeed ; days and days would
pa-s without seeing each other; she was
figuratively wrapped up in her music. At
last one afternoon, just as 1 was ready to be
take myself to the museum, I heard loud
knocks at my door. Hardly waiting for it
to be opened, E,.-a bounced into the room,
her eyes ablaze, her cheeks plowing with
excitement; kissing me in a most affectionate
manner, she said: '•Fraulein Nelson, njw
I can tell you my I secret, which 1 was so
jealously guarding from you for tho last
few weeks. I have been preparing myself
during that time fur an examination which
took place at the Ilochschule; the three
highest, of which 1 am one, are to be sent to
the lioyal Theater at Berlin to take part in
a concert to be given there under the
auspices of Professor ICeiff. Mamma says
she is very proud of me, but declares it is
impossible for her to accompany me on ac
count of her presence being indispensable to
the comfort of . our boarders. Now, I shall
ask a great favor of you, Frauleiu. I know
you cannot refuse me; you will an as her
substitute, will you not? I shall feel braver
if 1 know there < will be some familiar face
in the audience. llow 1 long to speak my
feelings through the immortal " Beethoven
Sonata," which I am to play; but, oh Frau
lein, fancy (here her face indeed bi caiuo a
study, so much misery did it express) what
If 1 should fail? ilv mode is now my all,
and if unsuccessful in that, life would indeed
become a burden."
What could I do but conspnt to accom
pany her to her destination. The next lew
days were devoted to preparations, and on
Tuesday of the follow ing week we were al
ready well on our journey.
'J he next dny we arrived at Bf rlin about
dusk; after a hearty meal at a second-class
hotel on Koni^stra?se we took a survey of
the city by moonlight and hurried off to bed
to gain ranch needed rest, as we well knew
what lay In store for us on the morrow.
We awoke bright and early the next morn
ing, liefore breakfast Elsa rim her selec
tiou over the keys. So great wai my emo
ton rrodmed by the brilliancy in which it
was produced that I impulsively jumred
from my ehnir, clasped her to my heart nnd
told her that there was not the slightest
shadow of doubt that she would achieve a
grand success in tlie evening.
After breakfast we hired a carriage and
w< re driven through the principal streets of
Berlin, and, naturally. "TJnter den Linden"
pleased us most. Koch a world of fashion,
wealth and frivolity us was there dis
played!
In the afternoon we remained in our
roc in, as there were numerous little details
to he attended to relative to the toilet in
which Elsa was <o appear. At last she w;\s
ready. I)i eked in her simple white lnulle
dress, with a solitary rosebud us an only
ornament, it struck me for the first time that
sne was really beautilul.
A half hour later we fouDd ourselves as
cending the marble staircase leidmg to the
concert-room ou the second floor of the
Boyal Theater. We wended our way to tho
iinte-ri inn, in which ihe participants had al
ready assembled. Afti r Elsa iiatl int ■<»lu<t-iL
me to Professor Beiff, and after I had unt a
touch here and theie to her dress, I ad
vised her to endeavor to retain her self
possession until ihe end, and left her.
Through the courtesy of Profess<r Keiff,
I found myself in pocseßSion of one of the
cli icest seats, from which not only a per
fect view of the st;i|;e but of the entire audi
ence could be obtained.
The splendor of the scene on that never
lo-be-fccßOtteo night, beggars description:
the ulittir of the diamonds, the brilliancy ot
the many lighted ctuuidelwn, th« perfumes
of the (lowers. The gathering oi beauty,
wit and wealth; all to criticize my Elsa.
Sly observations were here interrupted by
Professor Kt-lff, who, in a deep voice, an
nounced the lirst number on the programme,
" Bach's Conerrto," for two pianos, which
was uio.st enthusiastically encored. The
second aud third numbers were likewise re
ceived.
Professor Keiff now announced the " Bee
thoven Sonata," which Klsa was to play.
For a second my In-art misgave me. AV'hiit
if Klsa should lose her self-possession at the
eleventh hour. No, it could not be, she
looked 100 calm and collected for that. She
had already gained the pi .no-stool, was
ready to sirike the opening chord, when a
flight rustlin;: of silk caused by the entrance
ot a very aristocratie-lookinjj lady, accom
panied by a strikingly haadsouiu gentleman,
o poslte, in a box in the sicobd tier, caused
Klsa a- it did many others to turn her eyes
in the direction of the uoi«e. ] noticed tii.it
sho suddenly grew deathly pate, and her
bands dropped passively into her i»p.
Wiih one Qi&btv effort in which all her
will power seemed concentrated she raised
per amis once more to strike the open
ing chord, when, with one last appeal
ing look at the audience, she gasped for
breath, and f..r a second time her hands
were no longer the slaws of her will. I'io
fessor Keill now approached her and gentiy
led her from tno siage. The next moment
he reappeared and in n few words
informed the audie:;co that Fraulein
Kbcrt had become suddenly Indipp scd aud
that he trusted that tlie audience would
kindlyoveil.uk the little hitch, and that
the next number on the programme would
be " HubiusUtin's Sonata in A Minor."
1 scarcely knew how 1 ever man iged to giin
the ante-room. There lay Elsa stretched opon
ihe .'of.T. nnconscious. In vain did I chafe
her hiinds and dash col.J water upou h"r
face. Just as my nerves had almost reaclird
tluir highest triisiiiii she laoßuldly opened
her eyes and begged for a gla-s ."f water,
which seemingly liuvini* revived her, I as
sißted her into the carriage aud we were
rai'iMlv driven home.
Nil unu word di'l .she utt<T in tli-j ear
rhiti". nor did 1 feel it in my heart to ques
tion her «s to the cause of her dismal fail
ure. However, the moment we reached the
door leading Iniu my mom she saui in a per
fectly calm vii cr : " Fraulelo Neljon, lam
tired, oh, so tired to-ni^hi. I shall feel better
alter ag I night's rust, so let us Did each
other good-night agnin, dear Fraulein Nel
s 11." I then heard her turn thn key of her
room, feeling confident 1 should .earn all
in the morning.
My first thoughts unon awakening were
Klsa. I hurriedly dressed and Knocked
gently at her door, but not receiving an
answer, knocked again: still no answer. I
turned tneicuob, and finding the door un
lorked, walked lv, and beheld lo my horror
that the bid had not h. tn slept in.
1 frantically rushed into the ball, Inquir
ing hit and right il anything had lieen seen
of Fiault-in Kueit that morning, to which
question 1 received only negative answers.
Servants and even some of the guest! were
by this time wildly Hying in all directions in
order to learn if snytniog conlcl be found ol
tue missing one. lou cannot Imagine the
st.ite of my frelings. ' hSstlly dispatched to
her mother, ti,..'.;, % Km!; t | ia t perha sin her
bumiliStion she had taken the last train for
home. I pictured her mother's distraction
in case she had not returned. With my
blood coursing like fire through my veins 1
now desperately ran .ut Into the street,
walking on nnd on heedless of. nil until 1
found myself face to face with two sturdy
fishermen who were slowly ascending the
st' ne staircase leading from the river; they
bore between them the Inanimate form
of a young girl, lt was unnecessary to ap
proach any nearer to have my worst sus
picions confirmed. The long golden hair and
siinpla white dress tuld the story only too
well.
A few days after this, as the sail duty of
collecting bet belongings, which were to be
sent to her home iv Dresden, devolved upon
me. 1 found a Dote, which, in my excite
ment, I hi. d not seen that Friday morning,
it contained the following words:
Mv Dear Fraulein Ifelton; Thanks: for all
yon have done tor me. For wual lam about u>
do I Hope 1 (ball be lomlveu. Anhni baa iroved
false lo me, so Dal my music. I li.ive notliiii;;
moiß to live for. Mamma will i;rirve. 1 ry to coui
tuit Lit. Uuod-by. Elsa Eatat,
v. 11.
KKAL ESTATK TKABSACTIOKB.
Luiwlg J. A. Mlchelsen and wife to Vlncenzo
Nlgroand wile, lot on S. line of Urcennlch
St., 114:3 E. of Taylor, K. 'j:titiO: also all In
terests to strip OlUxtiO adjoining above . $J 100
Hlberula Savings and Loan Society to Henry
Sieyn, lot 011 K. line of I olsoin St., 177:2 S
of Eighteenth. S. - J7:Uilßo 150
Illbernla Savings and l.«i Society to John
i.jTiin. lot on 1; line or Kojsom si., :n, : t
8. of tli(litei'iitli, s. !27:L'xl8U , 2 250
Uanlrl Meyer to l'eter lverson, lot on W. iino '
of stelnerst., 64:3 S. of <;eary. s. U - Jx88.... 10
Emma ti. Aekersuu to Ueorge L. Carroll lot on
S. line or Halght st., 150:3 W. of Hum ire
W.60XT20 ' 10
Caroline Knox to w. .1. (Junn, lot on W line
or Muth aye.. 160 S. of I'olnt Lobos, 8.35 X
1-0 15
William McNally to Margaret Mc.Nnlly, lot
on W. line or I'nattauooga st., 63 8 of
Twenty-second, B. 3Sx 110; lot 3, liiock 13,
College Homestead Association (jiff
Joseph Kinerlc (by executor) to I.evl Shilling,
lot on Si;, tor. of Ueary and franklin sts , £
SiOxl'.'o ..'.faOlSO
David I). Houston (byattorney)toK. .1. Moore '
lot on W. line of Miotwell st 100 8 of
Fourteenth, S. i.-r. ,i.-o 6
William M. de Wolff to Ueorge M. MitciiVlV
lot on W. lino of l'oisom »t., las-ii NIL
of Sixth, NE. MJXBO I " 10
Soudlcate Investment Company to JoMpb'v! . -■
Mi'Kiiiiion, lot 16, I.lock ](), Syndicate's
first Addition , k,
John R. Spring to .lohn Moucko, lots 1010."
101 1, 1013, t.lft Maps '. .f 10
Cornelius T. Sanders to J. C. Jens anil wife
lot ou NW. cor. fat aye. anil Twenty
st , V 75x112:0 ... 7000
Joseph K. Slialn to Albert Meyer, lot on 1'
Hue or BroilerlcK St., 87:6 S. of race S.
V!5xlO7:« _ jo
William 11. Swain to 11. 1". Marshall, lot on'
lino of Haniphlrc st., lou N. or Twentv
fourth, N. 20x100 y 10
Same to C. A. Marshall, lot on W. il'iie'tir
Hampshire St., 130 It, of Twenty-fourth N
26x100 ;.. .. ' jo
Thomas Donnelly to Julia A. ricran'o lot Oil ' ■■■'„
S. Hue or Fulton St., 106:3 I'l of Scott, K. 60
x 137:6 10
Thercnco Lantlry anil wile to James Shea, lot
on N. line of (ioldeu Gate avc., 182 -6 w of
Hyde St., W. 26x1110 ■«".»» io
Gertrude M. (irlswold to W. Hclsh'er'et'al" ■"'"■
lot on Mi. cor. of Washington and Dcrlsa
dero «s., N. 102:8Vixll0.: "«"» , i v
C. L. Taylor to vtllllain E. Mali, r. lot"oii"w' • V
line or Seventeenth aye., 300:8 S. of Ii sl'
8.100x120 «'«»fc. jo
John Martlnoii to John C. Spencer, 'lot on '
UK. cor. or Twenty-third aye. and (J St., N.
160X1-JI) ", .' ; .. ■ 10
John McKee to Kate Quinlan. lot on s'Vl'iie
of Green st., 137:6 E. of Hyde, K. U8:»x
137:6 , in
Mary A. Coghlan to Julius Jacobs, lots 14 to
19, Block 10, City Land Association in
Matt Martin to Charles B. Anderson, lot on &
Hue or I battanooga at., 66 .N. or Twentv
fourth, N. 117:6 *"<"«y 10
Arthur T. Thomas to Josephine ThoniaViot
. on W. line of Sanchez st., 61-6 N* of
Twenty-ninth. N. 25x103 "•._.• om
Caroline Nelson (by executor) to a' "t '*
Tliomaa, same. ' a ann
,
the Jeftsup Will Caf»a
An adjournment of the Jessup w ill con
test was yesterday ordered until Wednesday.
October 22d, owing to the illness of Attor
ney Delinas.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby wai sick, we c ave her Cortoria.
When she .was a Child, sho cried for Castoria, :
When she bocame Mi*, she clung to Castoria*
IVhenBhehadCljUdren,ahe e aTithemCa«torl«.
au'J ByB»TuTnV.
SEA AND SHORE.
Arrival of the Richard Rush
From Alaska Waters.
The United States revenue cutter Richard
Hush arrived from Port Townsend yester
day morning, having been in Alaskan waters
for several months. When she left this
port it was supposed that she went on a
cruise in Behring Sea in search of seal
poachers, but the results of her trip show
that she did not attempt to capture any.
When seen in regard to his voyage Captain
Coulson refused to state whether his in
structions were to seize sealing poachers or
to make any statement regarding his con
duct should any foreign vessels be found
poaching in Behring Sea. lie did state,
however, that the report of Britisli vessels
fitting cut for a winter cruise in Behring Sea
is all nonsense, fur the reason that the seals
do nut congregate there after the Ist of
December.
The cutter left Port Townsend on July
2d and proceeded to Unca Island, where the
sealing lie t was anchored ready to co into
Behring Sea. United States Commissioner
Tarpiey was received at Oonalaska and
tnkrn to Unea Island to conduct the pre
liminary examination of Joseph E. W. Clark,
who killed Agent Hemingway. Clark was
held on the charge of murder and taken
tn Sitkn for trial. The Hush also took to
Port Ti'Wnsentt Deputy Collector Emmnns,
who seized the schooner Mattie Dyer. JSm
-1110113 claim*, to have additional evidence to
prove that he was justified in seizing the
schooner. A fine specimen of the family
phocidse, an Immense walrus, was bioimht
down by the Kush. The animal is thirteen
feet lima and has tusks three feet in length.
Its estimated weight is four tons.
The steam schooner Jeanie left this port
on Tuesday for Fnget Sound with a cargo of
general merchandise. On her deck she had
fifteen tons of powder and rive of giant pow
der. Some time after leaving the schooner
sprung ii leak, and the captain determined
to return to port. The leak proved to be a
dangerous one, and it was found necessary
to put back as speedily as possible. Coal
was shovel, d 011 the fires In great quantities,
and the speed of the echoonei was thus in
creased. This increase, however, gave rise
to another danger, mid the smokestack began
to give forth sparks which were blown on
the deck near where the powder was stored.
For a time the few passengers on the
sehl oner were between two dangers, that of
sinking and that of being blown to pieces.
Happily none of the sparks ignited, and the
schooner returned safely into port. Her
condition will be the subject of an investi
gation to-day.
The contractors for Section B of the sea
wall began work yesterday morning.
THE BTOCK MAKKIiT.
Stork- continue quiet aud prices show no pro
nounced .'I. a..".
Local securities were quiet yesterday, with a de
cline lv Hawaiian Commercial to $18 37!;, and In
Iluti-hlngson Plantation to $18 50 asked. This latter
company lias declared a t.lvidend of 40c, pay
able ou the 'JOth.
Tho lollowliiK dividends wpie paid yesterday:
Atlantic Dynamite 40c; California I'owder Works.
SI; Giant Powder, 70c; Oakland Uas, 20c: Sau
Francisco Uas, ;iOc; Stockton Gas, 'JGc; California
Street Cable, 50c: Omnibus Cable, 25c: Fireman's
Fund Insurance, $3: Pacific Surety, 'J per cent;
Bank or California, (8 75: California safe Deposit
and Trust Company, 75c; Mack liiamond Coal.
California F:icctric Light. 'JOe; Padßo Wuodenware,
26c; Pacific Iron and Nail, 20c; Caledonia (Oak,j
Minim;, Sc per share.
Yellow Jacket crushed last week 408 tons ore, as
saylng $19; Alta 315 tor.s, $'Jl.
At the weekly ezecntlTC session of the San Fnn
cisco Hoard yesterday A. F. Cofliu was elected Ylce-
Fresldent, vice Turnlmll, reslguel.
BOAJtD SALES.
Irllcwlrg »ere tie sales yesterday In the San
] i;n 1:110 btork 1 card:
in 11 m: KKS.SIOK— C^O A. M.
20 A10ha.. .1.651300 C Point..'.'.n;> Nil Isle. 1.1 5
50 Alta 1.60 100 Dudley ...10 CUOcoid ...I.VO
low Aiidef...2.46 : 4i>U Exchu... fiuopuir SV'B
150 Beleher..3>4 1. * 0. ..v.m500 fl.oo
aOOB 151e....1.05;250 II &■ N...2.1J150 0virm..2.35
100 It* n. .. .3.65 Julia 'Ml -MO Peer :<0
230 Hodie...i.«o joo Keyes 50 50 P0105!.. ..7Vi
300 ..b 10...1.J1010U Ki'uturk'2.l'.'. :isOSavuße...:i.4O
son iu.i:ion...:ii.- '-'.00 1 40 H 8AM..1.45
100 Cball C..2 oj 50 1.»5 2UU 1%
ID.) ( 1iar.. .31. 6OUe,»lc:iu.:i.::s loos Nev.... 3.1:0
20tl CCA \.. .4.75 SO 3.30 ! 100 Uni0n.. ..3.10
100 Con NY.. .40 100 Mono 7ft SMI W C0U1....5U
100 Crocker.. .3l)| |
RMH>N* session" ■_':'! I.
400 A ' nlm... 1.16 200 Crocker.. .3WloU Nev 0 00
lou AH 1.05 .'.OO I l'olut..:i.Oo 450N II Isle. l.:iO
101) Andes ..2.45 .00 Dudley. ...lo fiooccldut..l.es
Ml Belcher. .3l,4' 100 Eureka...4i/j|luo 1.90
lou Belle 1. .1,110 100 4.20; sUovermu.2.4U
60 Us 8...3.6S •'■■• Kirnvi..l.l.'i,lAoS:iva4ie... 3.4l)
100 I* -i! ...:.•■■• 150 H i N...'.M5 100 5Nev....3>4
450 3.65 175 2.101600 S Killer. . . . -0
100 Central... .2o 200 Kcyes 60. 25 Union....
300 25:400 Kentuck2.Us ,f"IO \V Coin f.O
•JOCtiV .4.8VU00 Mcxlcao3.3.'>|lUU YJaCKet.3.35
8U ....4» 4 |jUo Mono 65|
I (Hi wing were the sales in the Pacific Stock Hoard
jetlcrday:
,''- r K.ri at fFSßiox— lo:3o- . , . — ..
100 Ande5. ..2.45 425 CVolat..'J.!U) UlO Kentuek 2.10
200 2'/j|625 2.95 2UO Lady W ...60
100 1ie1cher...3'.,:200 ..b 30...3.0UJ1U0N 8151e.1.35
2UO 1) Isle. .1.05 450 3.0U 50 1.20
150 II .v 8...3.7(>.450Exch0-..1V% 400 Peer V! 8
1U0U0d1e....1.85!)00 1.40 -'DO Peerless... 32
100 1%'300U * C... |2UO 31
350 1.110 ..b 30. ..2.20100 Savage. .3.45
3UO 8u11i0n. .3.66 100 !1.20{200 S i.i M..1 65
200 ..b 30.. .3.66 150 H * N... 175 8 NeT ...3.2U
10U ..b 00.. .3.551 ..b 10.. .2.20 275 31 »
500 3.40 100 2. 'JO 700 Hill 28
Ouu Cnledona... : .. r . 160 Kentuck2.uf, til Union Si,
JU Chall C.'J.bl' 100 ..b 30.. .2.05 100 3.10
10-i choii,tr..:;.t'o r.ti 2.00 mo 3.15
800 C imp .... 31' ,150 1.90 MO Utah IVi
200 Crocker... 3. 1. 00 ..b 90.. .2.05 50 YJacket..3i/ 3
400 30
JIITKRSnOS FFSSTOV — 2:^o.
100 A1pha.. .1.65 100 C 1'01nt..3.0(l 160
100 Andes.. ..-'-. 800 lixchu....li • 5avae0..3.45
150 2.451400 1.45 100 ..b 30....3 V»
20U Ii A 8...8.56 21)0 ..b OH li/ v ,150 3.4 0
3UO Hull 1011. .3.65 -Til ii All ...2.2U 150 a II A M..1 1 -i
160 Cliollar.. ilso Kentuck2.os|2soS Nev....3'^
..s 10. ...3.65 Mono 70JJ00 Silver 11.. .'JB
50 31, ; 100 (isi.lllJ Utah... .11 i
300 c imp aS 6()Onhlr si s 60 V Jac»t.;l.ls
300 39|1000vrmn...2.3!(|
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
Wkuxksuay. Oct. 15—4 p. ti.
HUt Atkttl. Jjl.L Asked.
Alpha Con 1.65 1.60 Hale i N0rcr5..2.15 |L3tO
Ana 1.60 1.65 Julia 30 M.".
Andes 2.40 2.46-lustlce 1.60 1.65
belcher 3,' JO 3.-5 Kcntuck 2.05 *J.IO
Belle Isle 1.00 — I.ndy Washugn. 66 tiU
Bcnton Con . .2.00 — |Mexlcun 3.30 3.35
lr.Nt ,v I'.elchor. :(.«."> 3.70 Mono 05 70
ltudle 1.55 Nav».l» 30 36
Bullion 3.60 :i.65 Nrv Queen HO 85
I, ul«er 30 35'N Belle Isle 1.25 5.30
Caledonia 66 *>0 N Coinmoliwlthl.bu —
Central 'JO 20 Occidental 1.90 1.05
Challenge Coll.. 2. 65 2.7u!<:pbir 00 5i
(hollar 3.50 3.56 Overman 2.35 2.40
CouiuinwraltU..2.6u 2.80 Peer ■_ •_':. 30
Con Cat* V1r.. 4. 70 I'eerless 30 35
(011 New York. 40 45:Potosl 714 73/
Confidence 7.00 —savage 3.36 3.40
Con Imperil... 35 40 sB * Mules C..1.60 1.5 A
Crocker 30 35 Scorpion 25 30
Crown P0int. ..2.U5 3.00 sierra Nevada.. 3.2U 3.30
Del .Monte 70 SO Silver 11111...... 26 30
Dudley _ 10 16 Silver King 20 —
I-.ast Sierra Net 06 luilinlon Con 3. (15 3.10
Eureka 4.00 4.25 Utah 1.26 1.30
Kxctieuuer 1.40 I.46jWcldon 15 20
(...ni.i .v Curry. 2.15 2.20 » Comstock.... 60 65
'■i.ivi I 1. ■■ 35 40 V Jacket 3.40 3.45
MIStKI.LA>KOLis SECUKITIE9.
Wkhnksiiay. Oct. 15— r. \t.t
Bid. jtykrtl.! Mil. Asked.
USBd.i4's...l2o'/jl2l PaclllcLlghtg. 76 7!l
OutaCoWßds. H9 lvi) is !• i.aslltrht.. 68 58Vi
Dupnt-st lids. 110 114 Mli ton 1, A 11. 30 60
FAiCHseßyll.lUl>/) — Cal-st It R —'110
MAl'KRIIils... - 102 Central RR... — so
Mk;-sl HRBd*l24i,i — City RR. — 100
N P Coast it K.I 00 — I-' «i: lisa By 37 40
Pit X lids.. 113 115 Kicary-st R X". — 97W.
NRyutCalßdsll2l^ll4 MItJHU 1,6 60
( iiiu'iii.ii'.i ' i'..l .110' ( 1 i. : 4 '11 ..• .. -I" 1: 1:. — 77'™
P40RR1(d5..,117 — IPrcsidloßß. 30 35"
IVVCHKyllils. — 103 lAiibloNcv As. 97 100
Powi-stltylid. — 120 California InsinViil'-'U
SPRRArlziidHllltiaii — Commerc'lliis — H7ii,
bPßßCallius.H2V a lls Fireman's »d. — 167 i«,
SPRRCaIIISs. sloo Homo Mlitual.lso 156
SPBrßCalßds — HOi/i State luvestm 76 80
Water 6'5..12U."!i — Union Ins — 95
SV Water Vs.. it 3' /3 95'^ Atlantic Tow. 44Vi 451™
AngloCalßliK. 77 — Cal rowder...l2'Ji- 2 175
Bank of Ca1... 275 280 Giant Powder 62 tin
CalSareDcuos — 60 ISa"tyNltrow. 12.i 1214
FlrstNatliank' — 174 ■ VigontPow.. 63 g 6" 8
LPAAmliauk.l24 127 .4 Vulcan Pow.. — ' l'Ji,
L A Bunk. 36i/ a 37 Vl Cal Elec Light IBV2 19
Paclßc 8ank. .160 170 cal F:iec Wki — 5
Merrh Ex luxe 18 25 Haw'n Com... 18 lsi.i
Blue Lakes w. 16 — iiuteh'n Sucar 17 18i>..
ContniCos W. 94 — Juds'nM'fgOo 'JO —
MarlliCoW... 46 60 Oceanic S S.. — 93
8 V Water.... U6 yei /3 !l>.ii' Ii S * 8... 65 —
Ccnlriillias... 92 lUO Par lv A- Nail. 33 85
Los aiil's lias. 68 — Pac FlionoKh, 2 'ii/.
Oakland Uas.. 341/4 ■'• '' -. PacWooduw'a 23 —
PacCiasimCo — 69 I
MollNlNd SAI.m.
Board— s Oakland Uas, 34'/.; 20 Cal Electilc
Light, 19.
- AFTKRNOON '. M V L
. Board— 3o Atlantic Dynamite, 45; 10 Hawaiian
Commercial, 18*%! 10 do, l»-' e .
Ot.lrr of Scottish Clnns.
Thfi Scotch, as a race, are lint littlo Drone
to solicit charily. Their natural instincts of
thrift impel them to "lay by lor a rainy
day," or, in plain English, provide while in
health for sickness and thu inliimiii. > of
nee. The Order of Scottish Clans, whose
headquarters is at 525 Washington street,
Bobton, lias been probably the most suc
cessful organization of its kind in America.
During the four years between May 31. 1880,
nnd tho same date of 18M>, the Boyal Clau
uad paid to the beneficial ies of do eased
members $74,4!i2 L's. The objects of the or
der nre to uuite Scotchmen, sons of Scotch
men, and their Immediate dwerndants, of
good moral character and MWMSMd of some
known reputable means of support, over 18
years of aue ; to establish a fund for the re
lief of sick members, and to nmeltorato
their condition in every reasnnnble manner;
to juovide or establish a Boq,ueathment
Fund from whlob, on Mtltfaotor; evidence
of the death of a nieinber. a sum, not ex
ceeding $2000, shall be paid; to cultivate
fond recollections of Scotland, its customs
and amusements, au<l, iv a word, to estab
lish an order th.it shall at all times bo tivi:
from political and theological sectarianism,
subject only the laws of Uod nnd the bind.
For the (■-! atih-hmi'iit ot such an oriler a
i anting will be held to-inorrbw evcuiuK at
B'uni B'rlth Hall, at which Rev. Dr. Easton
of Calvary Church, who is himself n mem
ber of the Newark (New Jersey) Clan, will
deliver an addnss explanatory of its work
ings.
; JKDUSTKIAL STATISTICS.
Special Acents to Begin Their Compila
tion N«-xt Week.
The Special Agents of the Census ap
pointed to collect the statistics of the ninnu
fitrtures In this city are about to begin their
ennvass, and every effort will be made to do
the work thoroughly and systematically. .1.
11. Gilmore, for many years Superintendent
of the Mechanics' Institute Fairs, has been
appointed special agent in charge of the
work, with a corps of fourteen assistant
special agents. These have the same rowers
conferred upon them, in respect to the sub
jects in their charge, as had the enumerators
of the census. , -
' The law governing the work of those
agents provide* penalties for refusing or
willfully neglecting to answer questions or
for giving filse Information. Tho statistics
will consequently be of much interest and
value, and it is hoped that manufacturers
will do all in their power to assist in render
ing the returns as complete as possible.
The special agents are sworn not to dis
close any Information obtained by them to
any person not authorized to receive the
same, under severe penalties imposed by
law, and no tabulation of the returns what
ever is permitted to be made by the office or
agency here, the schedule* when completed
btins; at once forwarded to the Superin
tendent of Census at Washington. The
census reports themselves, moreover, will
not disclose the names or the operations of
individual establishments, nor will the data
be used as the basis erf any system of taxa
tion or license, or In any way to affect ad
versely the interests of manufacturers.
The canvass will probably begin on Mon
day, the LOth inst, ■ -:- ■•- ■•...- --■.
AT THE PAVILION.
- . -. "Sr - ' '
Tlie Attenrtnncn Still Very Good — To
■liirroir'g I'rof;rntni)ie.
For about an hour last evening the crowds
at tlie .Mechanics' Pavilion awaiting an op
portunity to gain entrance were quite large,
and an uninterrupted stream of humanity
poured into the spacious ball as fast as the
Kate-keepen could punch the scr.son tickets.
'Hie evening's attendance was as eood if not
belter than any liad during the past fort
night.
To-morrow's musical programme will em
brace several very pleasing features. It is
m follows:
AFTF.RXOON— FART I.
1. March, "The Favorite Kuhner
2. '.rand overture, "liaiiant in Algleri" . . Rossini
3. Grand selection, "Fra Ill:ivolo" Auber
4. Solo for trombone, "Heart Bowed Dowu"..Balfe
F. K. -lobin.
6. Concert waltz, "Hydropatten" Gungl
PART 11.
6. Grand overture, "Tanuhauscr" U. Wagner
7. Solo for eutihoulutn Verdi
L. Klutz.
8. Popular selection, "Olivette" Andran
9. Gavotte, "Fairest of the Fair" Bach
10. Galop, "One for All" Kubner
KVKNIN*; — PART I.
1. Amazon march, "Furlo3a" ThPO. Vo^ht
2. Grand overture, '■Leunura" (No. 3}. . Beethoven
3. Craud selection, "Alda" Verdi
4. Duo for soprano aud contralto Belllul
Saxophones. Scnor.-i Martinez and Cortes.
6. Conceit waltz, "II Baclo" Ardlti
PART 1 1.
C. Grand overture. "LaMuette dl Portlcl"..
7. Solo lor comet Handel
Miss pearl Noble. By special request.
8. Popular selection. "Night in New York". Brooke
Introducing popular melodies, ballet dance
from "Sylvia," serenades aud grand tinale,
"Johnny and His (inn."
9. Gavotte, "First Heart Throbs" Eilenber?
10. Galop, "Storm" Uungl
WOTEL ARRIVALS.
GRAND HOTEL.
0 Turner, Modesto "\V A Watklns, Kan Jose
A Lltt>ejuhn, Brooklyn J Everett, San .(use
w 11 Wluneld. Madera .1 W Baxter, California
0 Levy, Stoekton c W Cobb, California
Mrs. l M Walker. Denver Hn A l.andruui.San Jose
Miss M Walker, Deliver JII Miller, Sacramento
Sirs a Christie, Denver VY Knight A w, Baeto
M D rrllt, California. Rl' Bur, Sacramento
B A Broiuon, Stockton JII Eekley, Kcklejr
w .1 Fitzgerald, Cni r X Eckley. Kckley
W II KoUertson, Cal J L hckley. Ecklcy
T Haiirahan, Sacramento 11 W l'axton, Healdsburg
D J Murpby, San Joae k Spencer. Tehachapi
W Hopkins, California o Taylor, l'lacervlile
Miss J; Keller, Illinois Mrs X I*' ss, Los Uatos
II Cordo, Cortland, NY si Murduck a- w, BtaCroa
Mrs 1' Davit, Stockton s lie Koto ,v w, Oakland
Miss Davis, Stockton II H Wood ,v w, Wrights
Miss L. Davis. Stockton fc. P.. icon. Santa Cruz
51 las Cunningham. Stcktn Mrs W Cape, Santa Cruz
A Lc vittsky, Stockton Mrs U I'amplnelll, Sacto
D Powell, Marjsviiio Mrs !i Barber, Saeto
A lirown a it, Cal 0 Wilder A- w, Honolulu
KHoynlun, Orovllle Mrs Mm, l). ill, raiiiumla
(i Francis, „:: ■ :..:i Miss II Klinb.ll, Cal
X limiukliis. Salem, Or 51 A l'.|«s .V . San Jose
T 11 Barnard, Chlco C YV Colby. San Jose
G Quarie, Cleveland, Ohio 8 Levy, San Ju-n
T Quayle, Cleveland L Green, Petalnma
i. W Harmon, HeuldsiibrßiC I Van Kdys, Madera
T Paulson & w. Stockton S 11 Tombs. Fres.io
J Tnoby. Tulare -I Sawyer, Fresno
W Wescott A w.Candelra V Borello, Fresno
X C Moore. Keno .1 I'latt ,v w, Sacramento
Ci W Hopkins, Kan Mated F E mis A w, Cloverdale
J Wickersliam, I'ctaliiniaiJ 1' liaymond. Salinas
JW Shcenau, SacMiciuo'K Bruucr, Sacramento
J. l; Willis, Sacramento I „ --■■-^_- k .
..-"PALACE HOTEL.
I) S l!i<ir?ni'.iiiin, Stocktn .1 steward. Lalccport
W nrthuiit Jr. I'liliut'ito V siniiit. New York
II E Fyke, New York W SI Pellve, facto
E A A Dunn, Adelaide U Schmidt A- w, Sacto
C listed, New York r H Green A w, Willows
W W Liwrlc, Detroit I C Atkinson, Saeto
J s Hall, Detroit J Cross, Bear Valley
(' II Jones, Seattle It (" Muore. Reno
M Becke, San Jose C F Stoodly, Marysvllle
A ."S hills, i"i til.imi Its lluik, si Louis
J A v. „■,..■.. Seattle Miss C L Huck.st Louis
A W BIHIs, Seattle lire M Thompson St 11
11 F I'itci nil, >va«li U F Rogers a w.Alameda
II .1 Frost, New York D W Hustings A w.Kussia
W CBllett, San It. lad A i;iark. New Orleans
8 Goodman >t w, l'liila W L I. vans, l'rescot
Miss (' I, Urn st Louis I. II Manning, Arizona
I£ S I'.uck. St I.oulK Mrs M II Vt llcox, N V
F I. Bea, New York Mrs M W Stevens. tea D
II A Cordo, Portland Mrs M I. Woods, Stocktu
■w Mcl^iuglillu. .'•evada I' D Cable, st Loirs
L Templeton, Nevada H S 1(Ir&!<, Indiana
NI: Salisbury, Chicago £ T Press, Los Angeles
II Sanner-, New York o Butlls, Los Angeles
II (> Keystone, Ban i:afael!Mrs J liou^h, Stockton
1" Hopkins, Boss Valley IT Thompson, liostou
J Corwln, DBH IT J Held, Monterey
J Itallard, Narrow laud j M Keek e. San Jose
lis I r.i-rr. btocktou I A S Kills, l'ortlana
. BUSS HOUSE.
A I. Williams, Santa Cruz G Voder, retaluma
C II Weat««rwai.Plaeer» J B Hale, San Luis Oblspo
II M Bernard, Sacto Miss D I'arett, Snl.sOblsp
I McGrath, Soasta J Bueher * w, Alluras
G c Freeman, Fresno * .1 S Fisher, Lincoln
F.I McMoriy. Sacto W 11 Cook Aw Maybcrt
S N .- traulie, Fresno Mrs c II Gibson, Truckeo
J W Hoy, Truckee .1 w Hill, Vacavllla
V Storm, Watsouvllle M Terell, Vacaville
LI- Seymour, l'ctaluina x J Coleinau, Los llanos
J W Creasy, Los llanos J A (iiimore, I.lk Grove
.1 Lewis, Oakland II ilenke. Los Angeles
1" 1: Louse & t. Illinois 11 J Boat, Santa Rota
I) O. M.< 'lo.land, Ohio s L Atkins. Newman
E L Merrill, .Mass X J llrlg^s, Stockton
J It Kiddie, Oregon X Ucaucliamp. Wadswrth
J W Hoaksmllte, Oregon s Comatoek, Vlsalia
W H Cooper, Orland J 11 Yarle:, Qalucey
,1 Wood A w, Chlco A II WUUrd, willows
VI )i Cowell, Denver S M Carrlngton. Nctvvillo
J W Brown, Santa Cruz |\v c Koilgers, Michigan
Mrs D.M Connor. Belfast ■) X Jenkins, San Jose
.1 ivetlile, Keilwood S F Dlcksoii, forest City
Mrs (i Lovle A t.llimliay 0 11 Adruns. Chicago
L D Green, Walnut iJrove A 11 Minor. Arcata
Vt Story, Black Diamond .1 Bernardo A w, llaywrd
E E Young, Si Louis F L Smith, llolilster
(i s Thomas, Woodbrldge T It Granger, Alvarado
Mrs Thomas. Woodbridge
INTERNATIONAL nOTEL,
W \V Dallies, Oregon I) II lrian«, Gitcrneville
A H Kuapp, lilumiifleld It w Campbell. Summit
II U I'rluce. Los Anzrlcs Cl* Crltiplu, l'etalmna
II Dousberty, Haurord R Fenby A w, California
1 Dosibaeker, Hanford .1 McDanlel, I kind
E Wester, Oakland i. D i ox. Seattle
II Harks. New YorK i.I Mngulre. New York
W J Coltou A w, Los Ang T X Hamilton, Sla Rosa
(■ Fleishman, Oakland IW A Coughlln.Sautaßosa
J It Fox, l'etaiunia IW I. Martem.l olut l.obos
R M Goluth, Velaluma Miss 1! Worth, N Mexico
0 J Bonn, Cardiff Miss I. l'etlgrenr, N Mcx
R I'.iiilniKhain, Alaska T Hartmau, New Mexico
J llelb, Alaska .1 Chase. New York
J Clifford, Portland J IS Lewis. Coos Hay
J McNamara, I'ortland H II Bobinaaii, Stockton
R ■: Heynesh. .New York a 1" Young, st Louis
A Stewart. Truekee . Miss M Klugslcy, lowa
J « Mrkel, Denver |C f Auderso», lowa
FHunulger, DenTer G Coleman, Green River
J Alalone, Vallejo IT L Iloouer, Green River
Jl 1 Pcatb, Portland IMrs li Ilaillc, Nevada
V Meyers Aw, Illinois IK W I'owen A w.England
A Flsley, w A d, Illinois M Thames, England
N Greeuwald ,* >v. 111 W Cakesbread iw.llrent-
I* hrlgie .v w, Portland I wood
w I) Shelly, Vallejo NY E Foster, Comauche
M Wilkinson, Vallejo I
■ BALDWIN HOTEL. •
J II Kegler, St Louis X G Barnard. New York
J II Usher 4 w. Marysvle F H llauer. New York.
WII Davis, Ml), Detroit G X l'arrell, Ontaba > ~ ~
II 1' Mrt'aiiHiaiid. S Diego I' Wrlubt, Omaha
■I M lane. Woodside J R Marks, Spokane Kails
C W'L tnlioll. Fresno C F' Sehaale, Chicago
A It l'erv man, California A W Barrett, Los Angeles
J J Jones, Chicago F F.aton. Los Angeles
J Deitrlck * w, Tulare <: M 1 eniald, St. Paul
W It Healey * W, l marc Mrs J Elder, Pctaluiua
GII Martin. I. rt Costa J Cohn Aw. Siilsun
L Heine, Port Costa W ELaiiroiicc&wVacavile
0 S Ropers. «<#>iaud CM I.ron n,w A c,Autlocll
S C Smith, Oakland M Souther A \V. Napa
OCCIDENTAL HOI EL.
F J Polly, Pasadena I* A Byrne, OSS "'
Z L i aimer, USS Mrs N ooodrlch, San Jose
J 1' Price, Santa Clara Miss M Maudoox, Sn Jose
O A Neale. sail Josh UK West, Sacramento
Mrs c Maddux, san Jose I W Bpern a w.Sausalito
BaronFalkenbergLowrLk J W C Richmond, Ventura
A Carlisle, Berkeley W F de Carlo w, suisun
W W Dickey, Hocklin Miss c de carlow, suisun
II CCnpwclliV Monterey Miss M Brown, N Zealand
Miss Goodyear, Benlcla .Miss X I'rown.N Zealand
(■ 11 Oennys, Australia It M Brown, New Zealand
Mrs (i 11 Gounys, Australia! 1; II Warllcld. Healdsburg
Miss II Geunys. Australia CaptJseunett.SantaClara
T Randolph, Washingtnj 111 Luck Aw, Stockton
LICK HOUSE.-
J D Thompson, Webber |C Miller, Sacramento
Lake W sexton, San Jose
Mrs D X Thompson, Web- JEMarshall & w, Martinez
berlako .« W J Costlgau, Vallejo
£ I. Black&w, Marysvllle .1 w Holmes. San Rafael
I* D Vitugh, National City J I- rainy. Willows
A A Barker, San Jose ' OP Hall, Sacramento
II \Y Sherman, Astoria A C Fleming. Lincoln
SB Patrick. Vlsalla EC .Newell, Livcrmore
W » Zapp, New York A McKnltt * w, Vacaville
J F McSwalu, Merced ' D C Covert, Portland -■-; .
A J Meany .v w, Merced I W Peterson, San Jole
I. Wilbur * w. « ash: M Booker. Stickles
J l.en/i -ii, Fall Held .. J llußeri|u.iu A w.Nogales
NI.W WESTERN HO 1 EL.
Zimmerman. New York M Lludley. Sacramento '
It w Ling, New York - . J M Berkley, Honolulu '
IV lierlhteu, San .lose . C •> Llle. Honolulu
M M Brings, San Diego ■ J D Davis, Cal ■
J ilarney, Cul - „ .."...' A X Landers, Cal
J James, New York * . LA Andrews, Kansas
G Baker, Redwood G Kelly. Kaas;;s
V Arthur, New York- -" LF. W Ilk Ins, Chicago
W ltartaley, New York It M CavatiaKh, New York
W r Gregory, Navarro o Rossa Jr. Chicago
V Five cnr-l(iiuls of red sandstone from Flag
stiiff, "Ariz., have ri'iiched l'ortland, Oregon,
where it will tie used in the new building for
tlie Ort'gniiirtn."- The first two stories will be
built ol this ■ material. ■ ■ The rest ill bo of .
brick. : ; ■ . : ---_v-
COMMERCIAL RECORD.
YVKO-VE3DAY EVEJ.-I.VO, Oct. 15.
SrM-UABY OF THE 'ÜB:.:ii.
Flour dull.
Wheat steady.
Barley and Oats unchanged.
Corn lower.
Kye dull.
Hay and Straw firm.
Pink Beans higher.
Hops unchanged.
Potatoes and Onion flrm.
PlcSled Butter active.
Eastern Eggs higher.
Fruits aud Vegetables dull.
Game unsettled.
Two cars Eastern Poultry marketed.
Silver declined.
Mexican Dollars lower.
!■:. ::i:-ii Wheat Market.
. Livebpooi., Oct. 15.— spot market M steady
at 7s 2Vi'l(»!i7s SV»d. Cargoes are quiet at 37s 3d
for off coast, 37s 3d for just snipped and 37s 3d .
for nearly due.
FUTURES.
The Produce Exchange cable gives tlio following
Liverpool quotations: October, 7s 6Vid; November,
7s OVid; December, 7s 7d: January, 7s 7d; Feb
ruary. 7s 7d; March, 7s 7d; April, 7s 6%d; May,
7s 6-ii'J.
BKCURrTIES.
London-, Oct. 14.— Consols, 94%; Cnlted States
lionds— 126; l'/..'», 108; Silver, 49V4d; Rentes,
93f62y 2 c. i£y~
Now York Market*.
New York, Oct 15.— The Stock Market to-day
was moderately active and strong throughout the
forenoon and latter portion of th 3 afternoon,
leaving prices materially higher all along the
line, although the heavy losses In some of the
loading stocks of yesterday were not male up. The
bulk of business still is concentrated in a dozen or
so of the leading stocks. Lackawanna ami Louisville
and Nashville are each up l',i>. Burlington l'/g, St.
Paul and Union Pacific each IVi. and others frac
tional amounts. Government Bonds dull, but firm.
Petroleum cosed firm, Pennsylvania spot closing at
81 1/0.
New York, Oct. 15.— United States Bonds: 4's,
121: 4V4's, 104%: Northern Pacific, 26%; Canadian
Pacific, 76: Central Pacific, 30%; Union Pacific,
51%; Atchison. 34»/«: Wells-Fargo, 140; Western
Union, 81%: Silver, 108:' 4 ; Sterling, $4 81(gi4 86.
New Vobk. Oct. 15.— Wheat, cash, II 07Va!
November, tl 06"a*
Flour— Steady.
Coffee— slß 20.
Sugar— s'/ @5 3-lOc.
Hides—
Copper-Lake, $16 75.
a In— Spot, ?21 50.
Load— Domestic, $21 35.
Iron-sl4.
Petroleum— Bl >/ s .
Chicago Markets.
Chicaoo, Oct. 15.— The Wheat opening was > jia
3/gC lower than yesterday's closing, and prices
quickly receded %c more. Then the market showed
a little more steadiness and prices were advanced
?4@%c. It cased on later, prices declining l'/ic
It held steady, and closed about "'s^S'lio lower than
yesterday. Total receipts. 62:!,000 bushels: ship
ments, 336,000 bushels. liye steady at B3c. liarley
nominal at 75c
Chicauo, Oct. 15. — Wheat, cash, $1.
Corn— 4U'/ic.
Pork— s9 75.
Lard— sß 20.
Hlbs-$3 30.
Whisky- $1 13. '
California Fruit Sales.
Chicago, Oct. 15.— Porter Bros. * Co. sold to-day
seven cars of California fruit at the following
prices: Sccklc Pears, $4 50; Pound Pears, $1 50©
2 05: Columbia*. *2 45; Qulnres, $1 sU@l 70;
Winter Neills Pears, $2 25; Cornlchon Grapes,
80<@$l, rull crates $1 85<$1 HO; full unites Muscat
Grepe3, $1 20@2 30; Glout Marceaa Pears, $3 25@
3 30: lSuerre Clairgeau, $3 20; Ualencen, $2 50;
full crates Tokay Grapes, $2 30; half crates Tokay
Grapes, 70c(&$l 20, Grapes are arriving in very
poor order.
The Montgomery Auction Company sold to-day
for account of the Earl Fruit Company, W. K. Strong
A: Co. and others, six cars of California fruit: Jtuen c
Clairgeau, $3 55; Glout Harccau Pears. $2 90;
Vicar pears. $J; Easter Beurre Pears, $2 50;
Duchess Pears, $'2 55; half crates Tokay (irapes,
$1 20.
SFine Silver.
Lower at if 1 08>4@l 09 per ounce.
Mexican Dollars.
Lower at 86»/ic. : f./}~ •
New York I xi h i-i_- .
New York Exchange, 10c for sight drafts and 15c
for telegraphic r -,V- v
Shipping Note*.
Steamers to sail to-d^ty are the Coos Hay for Little
River and the Maggie Koss for llumboldt Bar. The
Columbia falls due from Portland, the ilumboldt
from ilumboldt Bay, the Bonita from the southern
coast, lie Coos liny from Little Kiver, the Gipsy
from the Salinas Kiver, the Willamette Valley from
Yaqulna l:ay, and the Arago from Coos l.ay.
The ship c. c. Chapman. 1570 tons, loads Sugar
Fine and Hedwood at this port for Melbourne; ship
John 0, Potter, 113.' tons. Coal at Departure 15ay
for the Hawaiian Islands; barkemt&e Klikitat, 469
tons, Lumber at Pott Gamble tor Honolulu.
The Br iron ship Chlnsura, 1269 tons, was char
tered prior to arrival lor Wheat to United King
dom. Uavrejjf- Antwerp, 41s.
Prod uce -Market.
FLOCR-Dcalers report a dT4W~':::;rfcSt. Net {Mr.
prices are: Family extras, $4 '.'.Vj>4 — Itakers'
extras. *4 15@4 25: city superfine, &>'{93 30; in
terior brands, $ 4@4 50 for extras and $■-&.'■ 25 ft
bbl for superfine.
WHEAT— Steady, dull and unchanged. No. 1, $1 30
@1 32%: No. 2.» l 27',i,rg)l ZB%: choice, (I 33»i;
extra choice, lor milling, SI ;,s;il t>7'/.; Souora.
*1 27V2(5-1 28% * ctl.
CALL SALES— MORNING.
The maiket was stronger. Buyer '90 — 1700,
$1 35%; 300, $1 36. Buyer season— 2oo, SI 44:
600, *1 44i.a: 2UO. $1 4Hi.
CALL SALES— AFTERNOON.
Buyer season— loo, $1 43%.
ISA'KLKY— .Nothing new in the situation. No. 1
Feed,sl 37 '...®1 : 'i: lower grades, $1 35(31 381.4:
Chevalier, *1 47'»@1 60 lor standard, $1 :'.s(<o
1 40 for lower grade*; Brewing, *1 42V^@1 50 'it
ctl tor lair 10 choice.
No morning call sales.
CALL AFTERNOON.
Buyer season— loo, $1 -is 1/2.
OATS— at the advance. Black, for seed,
(1 BU@l 9U: common Black. $1 65@1 75 -*
ctl: ,S". 1 White, $1 65@167 <.: No. 2, #1 55w»
1 60: Choice, SI 70; army, $1 us@l 60; Surprise,
«1 75@l SO; Milling, $1 ".o®l 75 ill. *
Colo — Is a fraction lower, owing to the recent
heavy arrivals. White, $1 27'- 3 (J.l 28' 1 4; Yellow
SI 27 ._(.; 1 2S»i for large and 51 27»/.(S)l 28*4 for
small round.
RYE— Dull at Cl -J7i:.'<ai 30 V ctl. j-' ; : '
BK.AN— Quotable at »iMo,IS) Vton for the best and
*17(a17 50 V ton tor lower grades and outside
brands.
MIDDLINGS— QuotabIe at $24 50(ij>25 50 ? ton for
the best and $2302< for other irrades.
HAY— Urin at. the advance. KerClpts continue
llgUt. « beat. 812010 lor lair to good and »17 50<a
18 60 for choice: oat. $12(^13: Wild Oat, (12&15-
Barley, $9@12: Barley aud Uat, £101414; « heat and
Oat, *lL'<sau; Alfal[;i. $12913 V ton.
b'l'KA«- Urm at 70@>«uc »( bale.
MILLSTUI'FS - Ground Barley, $?o@3l. The
mills sell Oilcale Meal at $25 V ton net, the Job
bers charge *27 f* too; Bye Flour, »'/..« y a>; Rye
Meal, 3c: Graham Flour, :u:.r; uanucal. 4%c: oat
(.mats, sc: Cracked Wheat, J' 4 buckwheat Flour,
sc; I'earl Barley, 4 !..;.(* i:.',c 't* 16. •■
SEEDS— Yellow Jlustar.l. i/2^2 15 y, ctl: Brown
Mustard, $2 50X3:1 V* Mil Flax. $2 60©2 65: Canary,
3@>:!Uc 9 16: Alfalfa. *®»',ic V ft; i:a|.e, lij^Jc;
licuip, ;ii*,c: Timothy. 6»,ic.
DRIED PEAS-Nlles. *1 37i/i@l 51' Hctl: Green,
$2M)2 10; Buckeye, *1 s!K9il 60; Bulit Peas. 6c %* ID.
BUCKWHEAT— at $1 7. (£2 * ctl.
COKMUKAL, ETC.— Table Meal, 3V4©3lic a !6:
Feed Corn, $2aA'iß 50: Cracked Corn, (25@29 «|
ton: llomliiy, 4 i ,.ic V 16.
I.KANH— ibc only change yesterday was a
further advance in J'ln*B. Imyos are quotable at
$:< 85C<S4 V. ctl; Pea. iJia ;i 12..: Small White, $3
@:i I-' 1 2 : Fink, $2 :<(i(.j-i 40; lied*, #2 5032 75:
Llmas, — ; Butters, nominal.
POIATOES-Tho market continues In good shape.
Sweets quotable at 7 JeM, V ctl In sacks and $1 In
boxes: Garnet Chiles, yoitfsfl: Burbauk Seedlings,
75c@$l 25: Ktver Reds, *I@l 12'/«: F.arly Kose,
75(<a."5c; Peerless, $1&1 id V .11.
onions— {>tead] at »2 401012 o.i 9 ctl.
lil'T'lEK— Pivkiril Roll and lirkln are moving off
actively at very firm prices. Fresh Hull Is quiet
and unchanged. Fancy 35c '■?. ID; good to choice,
2:.(s>.'!oc ; -1111111 11 to lair, i7V-.W22Lj,c; store Butter,
121 .1.15 c: pickled roll, VJOQiiv^c; lirkln. 17@19c;
Eastern creamery, SUgo2ic lor fancy aud 17@18cfor
ordinary.
CIIKESE— Good to choice mild new. 10311 c ? 16;
fair, 7@Uc; fancy, 11!,^12c ¥ 16: V oung Americas,
ll@l2',itc; cased tic additional; Kasteru, 10@12'.,c
¥ ft.
POULTRY— Two cars Kasttrn Poultry were sold
yesterday atss@7fc>r Hens. »s@B 60 for Boosters,
$.; Mi), I 50 for Kronen, yK&i lor Ducks, (1 f>O@'.J
for Geese ana Iti@ißc for Tursejs. California Poul
try was weak aud dull, as follows: Dressed
Turkeys, 19c; live Turkeys, it.(ij.2oc f> tD for
Gobblers and 16@18c for liens; Geese, "r* pair.
$1 50(..i2; Ducks, «4@4 50 for old and »s@.> 50
tor young: Hens. $svsti: Koosters, youutr, $4 50
OS 00: do. old. iaita 50; Fryers, $4: broilers, $4 for
large and $2 50 .ii:; 50 >' dozon for small.
GAME— Kogltth Snipe are lower under larger re
ceipts. Quail are easy, but Ducks and Hare are firm.
Wuall, 75<(s£*l v '!"-: English Snipe. $1 51); Jack '
Snipe, 6(l(a, be ; Mallards, $v,<i I 50: Sprig, $2; Teal, [
$1 75; Widgeon, fi. 50; .-mall Ducks. $1 25; Gray I
Geese, 8-@-<; White Decse. $1 50; I'rant, $1 26-
Venison, UlgiKe t» tb: Doves. 60@ti0c ft doz; Hare.
$1 7 .'•._!_. Kabbus, si 2S@l 60 fur Cottontails, and
$ l".l 1 25 for small.
tiidS— l ancy Eastern have again advanced. The
whole m:Tki 1 cL-iiiiiiues sirotig and slenderly sup
plleil. I a;icy stern quotable at 32i^@35c: com
mon to ciioici- Eastern, »a\|B>3oei California, 37Vi»
@42' c tor store and ■!,'>.'.» 17 V doz for ranch. .
11ON EY — Cholco Whit** Comb, quotable at *(oiioc*
do, in 1-16 frames, lli^lgvtc; ordinary Comb, 7(qi
8c: White extracted, & : U@o'.ic: umber, 4Va(S5c
BEESWAX-Quotable at BUM » K>
FKKSrI FKUIT-Grapis araneadr. Peaches are
getting seal Not enough Plums and Figs coming
In to quote. 'Applesarolimerauddiill. Wine Grapes
are In ample supply. Pomegranates, 6@6e a ft- w'ls
cousln Cranberries, »9©lo *>. bbl; Cape Cod Cran
berries, *!• 50(<»10 00; i:as|>i>,-rrles. S9&11 •( chest-
Quinces, 50@65c f box; Grapes. Ho©joe » 1,..x for
Muscats, 60®650 lor Verdells, 35®biic for Kose or
Peru, 35ia&0e for Black Malvoise. 36®50c It box r«r
lokay, accurding to color, aud 40Ca,76e lor Cornl
chon; Zinfaudel Wine Grapes, (HKiSIO V ton: other
black Wine (.rapes. $S(u)12: Cantaloupes, 5llcw«l a
crate; Nutmeg Melons. 4u@soc; Watermelons,
$4@8»luo. Peaches, $125 box; Apples, "sal
75c box for common to good and 81 for choice;
Pears, 35@i5c ti box; strawberries, $»M 7 V chest
lor largo varieties and SS<a.H for l.ongwofths
CITRUS FUUIT. Kl(\-Malapa Lemons. (70S:
Sicily Lemons. *7 60@8 * box; niverside Lemons,
f? 1 * 3 B 2 : ,^'; os Angeles ">°i»- 8-tS2 SO; Mexican
Limes, S4(<£s: Bananas, (126®a 50 %t bunch; Pine
apples. 83&J V dozen. • • ■■-.-• - - •• -
liKlF.li FKIIT.s-Quotatlons are for fruit In sacks
unless otherwise specified. Evaporated Apples (bxes),
1 1 sliced ,Bc; quartered. 7@7 Vie: l'litod Plums,
ll(g>l2c ft; peeled evaporated Peaches. 22V-®
27i,j.c%< Ib: bleached Peaches, 125i(915V4c: com
mon sumlrli'd do, ■ Hie: bleached Apricots, sacks,
13(g»Sc; boxes, 1 8(a) 190 tb: White Nectarines,
17(o,18c: California Prunes. ~'.(.((1.9>/i<:; ' Grapes,'
: m.!-lu tA it.; Pears. H(a;10c 3* It. lor common
ana 1 J<n)i;;c for quartered 11111 ■cied r.attletts. Figs, : I
2L. r.j;:v a c: do. preued, iii boxes. 4£&sc > 16. -
- KAIMNS-Layers. fancy. 8- 15. choice. (2@2 10;
fair to good. $1 7S@l SO ■■ box, with the usual ad
vance for fractional boxes. ■ -. ■ - — ...-.-...
NlTS— California Chestnuts. ISC It It.; softjheil
Almonds, 14^15c; papersboll do. l.Vai!7i;; Walnuts,
10(^l]c; do i>.tiieiNiiell, 14c;Chlle Walnuts, 10^12e;
l'eauuli, static I«r domoatlc; Hickory Nuts, B^tfo;
Pecans. lO@llc: Filberts, 15@18c; Brazil Not*
nominal at liCtflViVjiC * 16: CocoanuU, $;>(&>» » 100.
VEGETABLES— Not much new to report In this
market. Habbard Squash. $25: Marrowfat Squash,
$«g>lo 9 ton ; Egg Plant, 35@50C t> box; Oreen Okra,
$I@l 25 ? box: Green Peppers. 40@50c * box: To
matces. large boxes, 25@luc *vox for Klverand 35
@60c V box for Bay: Corn. 75r@»l %* sack and
crate for common to good and 20<is25c ? dozen for
Alimeda; Summer Squash, 60<Ss>75c ft box for Hay:
Lima Beans, 4 i/ c ?t ]',■: Cucumbers, 40(o>50 ?S box
for Hay; pickles, 2f«2V4C 9 ft for small and ir<sl<4c
for large: Cabbage, s(><skoc It ctl; Feed Carrots. 30
@10c; Turnips, 75c: Beets, (1; Parsnips, #125 9
ctl: Garlic. 12>A@15c V 16.
FUOVISIONS— "Eastern covered Breakfast Bacon,
quotable at 1361)13 Vfec ¥ 15; California smoked
Bacon, p@loc V '>'■ for heavy and medium, and
13(g>15i.".c V ID forllzht: 13y s @Uc for extra light:
Bacon Sides, 9V4@9%C "j* 16: Eastern Sugar-cured
Hams for city trade, 14@14',aC; California Hams,
salt, l.i |Ca,r_'";.c v 16: refrigerator-cured, IS@
131/ic; Lard, tierces, Eastern, all kinds, 9@9V*c;
cases, ll'SaiOi/jc: California tierces. 9'/4@9%c:
hair-bi'li, 9V»©O»,iC; tins. 10c: pulls, 10-16. 10V 3 c;
do, 5-16. lOVic: kegs. P'/4@loc t» 16; Mess Beef.
$7 60@8; extra mess do, *.s fld-a-ii; family do,
•11 finals; clear Pork, $19 MUDi extra prime,
$16 s(lig>l7 ; extra clear, $20<<»2u 60; men do,
$18«418 60 * bill; Pig Pork, 13 keg. $30325:
Pigs 1 Feet, »IS@l3 50 %i bb!; Smoked Beef, 113&0
I*o «* lb
HOPS— We qnote the local market unchanged at
27V-@atJc"t« li..
HIDES AM) FELTS-Heavy salted steers, B%c 9
ID: medium, B',-jC ft ft: light. 6V 2 @7c: Cowhides,
6V2C: salted Kip, 6© 7c: salted Calf. x.3,i)i:; dry Hides,
usual selection. li.'iasiUMjc: dry Kips. iu<a.iuv-c;
dry Calf, 10(<»10i <„•<•; prime Goatskins, 40«a>0c each;
medium do, -...v.i. *."■'■; small skins, lIK^'JOC: Deer
skins, good summer. ::i>-.i .i.'i.-; medium, 25c: thin,
20c t' n.; .Sheepskins, shearlings, 10®2Uc: short
wool, ;',n,'asor: medium, 65@90c; long wool, !H> '.3
$1 '25 V to. Culls of all kinds V:i less, lsuu-hertowu
green skins sell relatively higher.
TALLOW- lair to good rendered. 3Vi<iii3%c ¥ Hi;
refined. 6@s'/ c: Grease, 23,i@3c ¥ 18.
WOOL— rail clips — Iliimu'iiiii and Mcndoclno free.
16@l8c: do defective. 14@15c: Sacramento Valley .
free, 1 15c: defective, ll(i»12c; Mountain free,
-lOfi : San .luaquln and Southern. '.italic Spring
clips: Valley Oregon, 21@2'JVaC; Eastern Oregon,
lS^Oc; do lair, 15<<Oi7c V 16.
General Merchandise.
BAGS— SaIe or 250.000 Calcnttas, buyer June, at
6%c. Calcutta spot, 6> : c; Wool Bags. BtJ®3Bc:
Potato Gunnies, nominal.
LEATHER— Heavy sole. 28<a2!)c: medium and
light do. 22025 c: Kougb Leather. 17019 c: Huff, 12
©lie t> foot; Side Leather, 12«514c %4 foot; Calf
skins, 60@76c " t < 16; Kips, .*:n;(!«mi %i doz; No. 1
Harness. 27«430c: No. 2 do. 22@2Sc ft 16.
SUGAR— The California Sugar Hennery quotes,
terms net cash: cube. Crushed, Kxtra Pow
dered ami Kino Crushed, all (SV»c; Dry Granulated.
6c; Confectioners' A, s? c; Extra 0, fie: Uoldeu
C, 4'Jic * 16: Bagi. VtiC more than bbls.
Tne American Sugar Hennery quotes as fol
lows, terms net cash: txtra fine Cube. Crushed,
Fine Crushed anl Powdered, 6V40 ¥ 16; Extra
Fine Powuered. «J |.c; Dry Granulated, lie; XX do.
6c: Confectioners' A. 5 7 c: White Kxtra C, s Ac;
Extra 0, sc; Golden C, 4'ic * n>. /
San Francisco Meat Market. '„ \/|
Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers are
as follows:
BEEF— First quality, Gc; aecond quality, S@
6i^c;' third do, sunlit
VEAL— Large. 4(a ue ; »mall Calves, fl@Br.
JIUTTOX-Wetbers. 7@sc: Ewes, li» / -(ai7 I AC
LAMB— Spring Lamb, K^'.lc ? 16.
Pokk— Live Hogs, 4(a4s 3 c for light grain-fed, and
S-'>(n ( :i : Vic lor heavy packing; stock Hogs, 3@3» y 4<J
* a,; dressed do, 6'A@7»Ac it 18.
i;iiti:ii-T?i or 1 KillM 1 1 .
Weds-esday, Oct. 15.
Flour, qrsks 17, HOiII ops, bales _ . 76 S
Wheat, ctls 67.877 llran. sks 801
Barley, rtls 3,004 Middlings, sum 192-
Oals.ctls 870 Or Screenings, sis- 855
Braus.sks 1, 387; Wool, bis 740
Potatoes. sk< U.HJlQulcksllver.flslu... 101
Onions, sks _ 21 i hides, 110 „ 39«
Hay.tons 416 Raisins, bxs 1,980
Str:iw. V 4:
OCEAN MKAMEKS.
Date^ of Do]»irtur.i Fiom *>an I ian.i*. ...
DKvn.VATIoN-. | Sail*
I Whbp
;n San I'ciiro Oet 17. HauHMw'fJ
Ilia ...; Vie* tvcsmimi Oct 17. SAMlUdn'rl
necto V Yaquma 8ay.... Oct 18. Ham ~.n';l
os.-i . ..lAustiaUa Oct 18.12 m oceanic
iol«lt ..Illuinbolilt Bay.. Oct I* SAMiCiny
Knsa..lSan Ulezo lOct 10.11 am li.lw'vJ
ibia.... Portland jOct ]9,l(>au ! Spear
en Rep PuKrt Siiuiiu .. i net '.'l.lDAMlMiss'n 1
izeies.. Kanl'ottro Oct 21. Bam i llilw'y 2
• Clilnn A- Japan.. Oct 21, Ipm;l'M!SS
Walla Vie lvt boumliOct 33, Bam IWw'vl
na San l>iezo Oct 23.11a* iHawt
a Hniiriolilt 15ay.. lOct 22. Ham lldw'yl
i ll'ortland |Oct '-•:). | smur
ISD r. ilj.it;>:. |OCt 23,12 M I' M S 3
iriuru o." Au>ir...i.i:i ateamer uepcu.u on tha
I
SUN AND TII>E XABLK.
Id Pacific Rtandtird Time. Computed byT/rrr*!!
'I k.nne.vt. Chronometer and Instruineut
Maker, IS Market street.
H.W. H.W. L.W. I.W. 2=
Small. Large. hin.ill. Largo. % =
S3
? 3
LUS A!
3. '.'4 A)
4.44 A)
B.Oil A!
7.11 A)
Large.
I 8.01 Hi
U.'.':< » B.hlam '
0.53 PM 7.oi> All I
1.31) PM 7.62 am !
2.19 I'M 8.47 am li
a.liH pm ;.i ii.: -v 1
5.03 r-j 11.25 All I
Small. I
c.. 1 1 am 052 ru i
m
AM 6.
Slltrl'l.Stt IXTKLiLIUKNCK.
lor Lalt b'/tipptnj liUrUiieiuis j« I.'ii/Ur * I'a-jA.
Arrived. "
• Wednesday. Oct 15.
Stmr Afocnsk. Thrane, 7 days from Afoguak: bal
last, to Russian American Packing Co.
stir.r Newsboy, Uetdf, 15 hours from Navarro:
railroad ties, to Navarro'Mill Co. • »*■
V. s stair Itichard Hush, 4 days from Port Town
send.
stuir Eureka, Smith, 21/2 days tm San Pedro: piss
and mils"!, to Goodall. Perkins it Co.
Stmr Ueconl, Jensen, '11 hour) from Weatport;
100 cords bark, 65 M stakes, to J S Klmbail.
Stinr Salmo. Alexander, 17 days from I'rlnce Will
iams Sound, via Victoria 5 days; ballast, to J N
Knowles. • - - -
"->J)iiiir (Irene, Hainm: up river direct,
Stmr Caspar, Aiidnnusen. 72 hours from Grays
harOSCiJjpo M ft lumber, to Grays Harbor Commer- -
cial Co. wji»y wi'tf '" ■■
Scnr Ester Cpbos, Oiseji,.S4 hours- from Still
water Cove; 60 cils'wouiK to It A liiiuride & Co.
Cleared. .
WiDMBriAT, (let 15.
Stmr Pomona, nail, Sari Diego; (joodall, Perkins
* Co. -
Mcx stmr Altata. Robinson. Altata; Cebrera, Roma
4 Co.
Ship Eureka, Dinsmore. Bio de Janeiro; Balfour, '
Guthrle a Co.
Ship Ericsson, Reed, Nanalmo; John Koseafeld's
Sous.
Suited.
Wednesday-. Oct 15.
Stmr Alcazar, II. linen.
N 1c .stmr Montscrrat, Blackburn, Nanalmo.
Stnir Pomuna. Hall, .San Diego.
■ Mnir Corona, Hannah, Eureka.
Stmr Oregon, I'oleman, Astoria.
Mcx stiur Altata, Robinson, Altata.
' Schr Dower. Wetzcl.
Schr Jennie Griffin. Lowe, Point Reyev
fccbr Ida Florence, Guttormsen, Iversous Landing.
Schr Berwick. Thorson, Rogue Klver.
Ship Murom, BJorn, Seattle.
Telcirrauhic.
POINT LOBOS— oct is —10 x. — Weather
hazy; wind W, Telocity 8 miles.
So >k"ii. . .
Aim 15— Lat 58 S, lon 63 W, ship Arabia, hence
June 18 for Liverpool.
Sept 7— Lat 111 S, lun SO \v, I!r ship Celtic Chief,
hence June 11 for o.ueeustown.
Jilcmoraii;lA.
Per Afosrnak— Sept 5 towed ship Gatherer to sea
from Afo^nak.
Domestic Porte *
WESTPORT-Salled Oct S:uir Record, for
San Francisco.
ALBlON— Arrived Oct 15— Schr Mary liWivell,
beurouct 10.
MUST KOSS— Sailed Octls-Scbr Albert Walter,
for San Francisco.
CASPAR— SaiIed Oct 15-Stmr Jewel, for San
Francisco, ■ ■
liOWENS LANDING— SaiIed Oct 15— Schr Ro
llanc*. lor San Francisco. -■*- .^^.
FOKl' HRA(iii— Oct 15-Stmr South Coast,
for San Francisco.
1-OKT liI.AKKLEV-Arrlvcd Oct 18-Schr Louis,
hence Sept 29.
MZKDUCINO— SaiIed Oct 15 -Schr J 0 Ford.
Arrived Or I 15— Schr \V S Phelps, benco Sept 9;
schr Bobolink, hence Sept &
EITKEKA— SaiIed Oct 16— stinr North Fork, stinr
National City, schr Ida McKay, all for Sau Fran
cisco.
Arrived Oct 15— Schr Llllahonne, from San Pedro
STEWARTS POINT— Oct 15— Schr Ar'tllo"
ami Fontip. for San Francisco,
SAN I'EKlto— Oct 15-Schr J 11 Leeds,
from Umpqua.
.Sailed Oct 15— Ship Glory or the Seas, for s r. ■■-.
lino.
,-AN DlEGO— Sailed Oct 15 — Ship India for
NanatßO. * -
TACOMA-Salled Oct 15-Nor ship Thor, for
Lkverpool. ■ -
GUAVS HARHOR-Arrlved Oct 15— llktn Cath
erine sudden, hence oct I; schr uanllner City,
bence Sept 1; sclir Volunteer, hence Oct 4;scur E X
>V ood, hence Oct I.
Foreign I'ort*.
PANAMA— Arrived Oet 1— stmr Barraceuta. '
from Champerlco. t
Sailed Sept 30-Stmr Starbuck, fur Acapulco.
. MIDI)!. (ill— Arrived Oet 1- —Hr ship
Ardiinillan, beuce June 6 via a nsto\vii.
SWANSEA— Arrived Oct 13— lir snip Macnilllan.
from Santa ilia,.
LONDON— Sailed oct 14— Br slilp Samantba, lor
San Francisco.
(JUM2.NS town— sailed oct 14-l!r bars Hannah
Laudles, lor Dublin.
liii!>rirtitioii!i.
lIAMBCRG— Per bark Inch Keith- 0932 bbls
cement. 76U0 demijohns. 105 cs beer, fj,"> sen
market bankets, 175 cs sweetened its, is:i nuKe
500 li^s nitrate of I'ciinsli, 4.(11 cs ml .era! water It)
cs 1 hale household goods, 21 cs furniuirc H75 bbls
whisky. 111 bis colored paper. t>7 bin paper •! c«
bomiuft paper. 10J bills cm de vie, lUO bis straw
board, 50 bbls tar, 4(( pagi cordiiie, 15 cs ma:cdrs
liKIO crts hollow glass, 1 lot coke. 238 crts einuty
bottles, 5 cs»s sjliuonack, 6 cs pianos, 28 c* niarbio,
Hcs toys, scs basket ware. 1 csk lerreni kolphate, :i
cs sulphuric acid, 3 is chemicals. 707 bis -111 bills
straw paper. Oil bills printing paper, 1 csshow cams
7is earthenware. - - - . .... ...
■NEWPORT— I'«t stmr Enreka— 94 sks popcorn,
707 sks peanuts. 71 sits beans It* sks walnuts, 1 bx
do. -I'.u sis corn. ...
Monterey— 50 pcs Iron pipe, Ibx butter, 48 bxs
apples, I bbl hams, 5 bis flsb.
Bedondo— 7 bis r»i;s, 14 »ks do, 1 sk rubber, a
bbls glass, 291 btlls hides. 1 bx hardware, 3 Iks
chestnuts. 3 bis books. 1 bx borax, 8 bxs It seed, "i
sks dried fruit, 1 hats. i. bx canned fruit, 'Jb'O s!;i
corn.
Veutiira— B dry hides, 1 bills dry pelts, 1 bill dry
skins. 55 bxs dried fruit. -If-' sks corn, „si sks corn,
31 bbls asphalt. ■ ■
San .Simeon— l bx eggs, 1 coop chickens, 5 bxs
butter, 1 cuop turkeys, 1 bbl copper.
Port llarlord— l bx dried fruit, '2 bis butter 1 ik
nuts. 1 coin (fill 50). ■ ■
Cayucos— B bxs butter, 4 bxs eggs. 245 sks beans, 3
coops chickens '2 bxs apples, 1 horse.
. Conaisrneee. '"
, Per Ur bark Inch Keith— Bank of 11 N America-
Muecke «v Co; order, C L Cratewood; Win Wolff Jfc'
Co: JS Bowman & Co: Livingston ft Co: Louis
Dejonge « Co; Eisner, Meudleshou & Co; London
and San Francisco Bank; It Coheu; James de
Fremery; London. Paris and American ISauk* v
Lriiders. Davis Bros * Co: University of California-
Bloom, Baruch i Co: Son Bros i- Co. '
Per stmr Eureka- 1. (illdmayer; Rodger Bros-
Hassett * Bunker; II Dotard; Paullsel 4 Earnest-
W C Price Co; C IS. Whitney i Co; MiDomld *
Johnson; Wlttlaud « Fredertckson: KedlnetonJtCO'
Norton, Toller 4 Co; Wbittler, Fuller 4 Co- L A,
Stone * Co; Chas Ilarloy 4 Co; Blsslnser '* Co-
Sherwood 4 Sherwood; Srliaeht, Lemcke ft Stelner-
L Westerlleld 4 Co; osborn. Alexander 4 Co-"
Sawyer lan I. lng Co: Parafine Paint Co; .1 p Thomas
4 Co; Haas Bros A Co; J N Kiiowles. M T Froltas '
4 Co; Moore, Ferguson a Co: A Paladlnl 4 Co; X
Antonle; w w stetson 4 . Co; Witiel 4 Baker-
Wells. Far ? o 4 Co: Hills Bros *Co| Ue" Bros * Co-"
Brlghaiu, Hoppe & Co; Heeler A Johnson; J Sum'
van: c Offer: Lowry & stellar: P.oss * Howletti
I has Montgomery 4 Co; II aN Tildeu * Co- Kisiloii!
Caben ft Co; Mar«taall, ie « m * Btoriia- W
Solomau*Co.,, ""*•* «W»M..W

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