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money. Keturu .o lali. a.- ■
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Jj Seventh St., large Scotch terrier: bad on plain
' strap re:.. answers to tilp. Please returu and net
TIIAVKD FROM MARKET AND SECOND STS.,
bay noire: clipped: white bind foot; attached to
spiral-] : Ing buggy. Return to 600 Commercial st.
and re. eive reward. __ It*
1 ENGLISH TUG. $20 REWARD FOR RETURN
J to I*lls Van Ness nve. nol ft*
1 OST— BUNCH OF KEYS. RETURN TO 1767
J I'olk st. and receive reward. nol 3t*
-irEKV small liver AND WHITE COCKER
\ spaniel bitch, lost in the neighborhood of McAl-
lister and Broderlck sts: $25 will be paid for re-
turn ot same to A. W. WILSON, 111 lost SI. noi* 3t»
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-1 to 15 cents per wee., delivered by carrier to any
part of the clly: Ihe Bulletin Is the best, oldest
and largest evening paper published on the coast;
or-leis by p,..-*:i!-. ir.l or otherwise will receive
prompt attention. Offlce 62-2 Montgomery st.
LOST-*l5 l.\ NOT PURCHASING A »«'
XX ttbant tailor-made business suit tot »15. made by
a leading merchant tailor for *.10. ORIGINAL
WISH 1 CLOTHING I'ARLOKS, collier l'ostaud
Dupont sts. '
mill* B. Y. COLLATERAL LOAN HANK. 53>*
I Kearny .-:.. lends money al '-' per cent per uioutu
on watelu-s. diamonds and jewelry. I) Is. Qui
rrjCN77M.TriT^D^KI.JIUIi)I-Nl>. WITH COLLAR
• 1 and license. Apply 21-2-2 Howard St. It"
STaMI 1 HUNTING DOG. OWNER CAN HAVE
same i.v calling at -l Jessie sL no- lit'
AKEVIEW. THE BEAUTIFUL.
XX oc7 tf
M'^TSrTJIJTNIijALL'S DRESSMAKING PARLORS,
51» i ii at rell: satisfaction guaranteed. oc'Jl lm
IsLF.I'ANTI.Y KITTING SUITS MADE FROM
j t.i up. 3-26 O'Farrell st. 01-26 lm
I,'LEGANTLY FITTING SUITS MADE, HAND-
vj soinely draped, from Jo; perfect t.i. MISS
AGNES KELTEU. sr,7 Mission -:.. i.ear Fifth, nl tf
TYLISII DRESSMAKING PARLORS; PERI 1
fit: fine work; reasonable. 21 Stlth St. oc3l lni
■ TmTwNS CUT. STITCHED AND DRAPED FOR tli;
II latest fashions; perfect at; S. T. Taylorsystem
tali;; 111. MIIS. 1.. P. WYANT. 11 Geary st. Oc-Jtl If
MRS. HAY, DRESSMAKING PARLORS, 115
Stockton st.: styltsn suits, $5 up. oc'26 lm
MMX. GREEN. S'JS GEARY ST.: FIRsT-CLASS
lit .■ d work: suits $5 up. oi-J*. lmo
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prompt attention, office ii' 2-2 Montgomery st.
DRESS-CUTTING AND DRESSMAKING
school— You are taught to make a dress from be-
ginning to end; ttie same system for a lady that a
tailor uses tor a man. W. 11. CLOSE 4 son. 202.
Powell st. se3o 6m
J IST OPENED— DRESSMAKING PARLORS 11V
first-etas* dressmaker from the East. MISS
HELEN M. RECK, TUG Sutter st. se2B Sm
]~ R ESS-CUTTING TAUGHT THOROUGHLY BY
authentic French tailor system. rill) Post, je!s Bin
i OR SALI-:-MISCKI,I..VNi:t)I.S.
IJVRSALE— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CANA-
J ries. fl SO. 2136 Mar.c: st. nol 31"
©IO ALMOST NEW, WHEELER * . WILSON
•up I— . sewing-machine : splendid condition ; every-
thmg complete. 933 Capp st. It*
LUMBER AND FIRE-WOOD. APPLY SOI i ii-
X west cor. Sixth and Minna *is. ocJl tf
LI) BUILDINGS ON SAN* BRUNO ROAD. FOR
particulars Inquire 121 Beale st. ocSl 7t*
T-OR SALE— A COMFLETE RESTAURANT
1 outfit, almost new, including a RESTAURANT
ou-fit. almost new, laelodlng a French Hood .t
Us range, a 22-foot counter, high chairs etc. : most
bes.'i'lat nnce to make room. Apply 300 Market
sir. octiO 7f*
IT OR BALE-*675: NEARLY NEW 8-lIORSE
J bolstiug engine. Apply to THOS. LYNCH. 116
Third st. oc9 tf
AN ECLIPSE NO. 9 GAS RANGE, Willi
A sraterbaelt; cheap. 2640 Howard st. oc3o
IV'Jr SALE-CHEAP— A SECOND-HAND SAFE:
I pood as new. HEALY'S BOOK STORE. 122
O'Farrell St. se.'ti tf
CAFE. SCALE. LETTER-PRESS, STORE-J RUCK
0 and money-till, cheap, 102 Clay st. au'JS tc
CHEI'ARirS FOOI AND I'OWER LATIiHS.
C? HICKS, ageut. 007 Mission St. *c' 27 it
SECOND-SAND BOILERS. ENGINES, PUMPS,
shafting, pulleys. belting, water pipes etc. Mo-
IMOMI A- WOLPMAN. 137 Heap* -: net II
'. i I: .ill BESI WORK AND lowest prices
!' go to tbe S. 1. Dentil Parlors, tool Markets;..
oppusite Fifth. uol 3ui
111. REA. F23 MARKET, EXTRACTS IEETB
J-* ,'ur oO.; with eas lor $1: open eveniug^. sells*
7-ROOME DENTAL ASSOCIATION. 759 MARKET
VJ st.. bet. i.iaii.l Fourth: gas specialists. aul7tf
DR. A. I.i i'l.l II HILL. 1-143 MARKET ST. ALL
operations In dentistry skillfull** performed at
reasonable prices: extracting 50c; gas given. 4tf
~L i , 1.1. SET OF TEETH FOR *7: FILLING AT
l\ lowest prices: work warranted, 1111. J. W.
KEY, Sll Market st . opp. Baldwin. aaj tf
DR 11. AUSTIN. SURGEON DENTIST. Re-
moved to 719 Market, near Bancroft's. JylS tf
I iIL CASSILLi'S PAINLESS DENTAL
It rooms, 920 Market st: best teeth Sl to $7; ex-
tracting .1 filling 25c. to »1 ; half price to poor.aS tf
DR. C. H. WILSON, DENTIST,! i.i'2b MARKEr
>t.. bet. li.'lli and Sim:. opp. Mas tie I otf
~V It. NEWSPAPERS HAD LONG ARTICLES 1.1
J\ them stating that the Insane asylums are full if
|ci ie wbo took gas only ouee for painless tooiaat-
lii i Hon and went cr.uy My secret painless Uleth3l
if wonderful. By its use any dental operatioa in.*/
be done painlessly. Win forlelt »*lOO tor auy toota
that 1 cannot extract without sleep or gad, evaa
though a dozen dentists have failed to extract Is.
Ail operations dove better than elsewhere, slues 1
have seven first prizes lor beautiful fillings, plans
and crown worn, 'lhereare 5 Lee* dentists. OtTioe
open till 9:30 p. «.; Sundays till i r. it. bit,
bEi'RGE W. LEEK, (i O'Farrell St. OC9 tt
I) EAUTIFUL SET $7; lAIN LESS EXTRACTING
ii 50c; gold plates; bridge worn; crowtui: fllliazs;
St lowest rates. DR. C. A. I'ERRV. 8 Mason St. deo tt
/ 'OLTON DENTAL ASSOCIATION, 806 MARKET
V st. (l'ticlari Building): gas specialists; positively
extract teeth without pain; only oftice that makes
and jives the celebrated " Cotton Gas"; 30.000 ret-
eri-uces: established 18*53; all operations in dentistry
pii!„r;...,: 1. DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. le7 tf
(*]• A SET FOR TEETH: WARRANTED AS
C , rood as can be made; filling tl. DR. SIMMS,
dentist. B.JO Market St.. next llal.lwiu Theater. tf
A WEEK'S NEWS FOR 5( EN THE WEEKLT
Cai.i in '.v::i. ready for mailing.
Till. MOST \V..NIiER! LL revealer and
seer: telllug past, present and luture: is clalr-
Toyant: fee 50c. 211 Third St.. upstairs, R. 1. 3 3t*
/ILAIRVi.YANT — FEE 'JSC: LADIES ONLY.
V* s:-,7 third sL, basement. no 3t
ME. MOREAU, 73 FOURTH ST., REVEALS
past, present and future; fee '2bc. nol St*
ME. ATALANTA, WONDERFUL MEDIUM:
tells en ire life from cradle to grave: seventh
daughti-r of the seventh: bom with double veil;
60i: and ml : by mall »1. 963 Howard St. an3l tf
, Ml. DR. THOMAS. SCIENTIFIC YOUNG KE-
■' sealer by eggs and cards: tellsthe entire life,
past, present and luture; consultations on all atfairs.
uotinug excepted; name given, valuable advice and
sure help; mistake impossible; written charts in
English and German: imports Genuine Hungarian
Gypsy Love Powder; diseases cured; fee $1; letter
at 30 Kearny sL oclo
CTREATEsf FORTUNE-TELLER IN THE CITY*;
J reveals past, pre.-cut and future. Call and see
MISS LEl. and. 7»tf Mission SL, near Fourth; fee,
lames idle cemieiiieii $1: lucky charms. myS tf
. V UGUSTA LEOLA. FORTUNE-TELLER AND
*'\ clairvoyant; magic charms; love tokens: shows
true lures or future husbands and wives; leaches
fortune. --'326 Missiou St.. nr. 20th ; teosl. jy2s Win*
A I ME WALTERS. 317 TEHAMA ST., NR. 4ril:
I*l fortunes told: ladles. 25*'; gents. 50c: open Sua.
MMX. SIIMID, FROM VIENNA; MOST RE.
nowued: revealing life's future events; ladles sL
gentlemen ii. by mall f.l. liHieeHs6 Mission, mr'2 tf
IiACIFIC STORAGE CO., 301 STOCKTON ST.;
J furniture ana merchandise; advances made. 15 tf
L' UR N IT CRE~ STORED — STERLING F D P. S I
J tureCu. 1039. 1011 Market. Rosenthal Bidg 7tt
KEAI ,.- ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
. fiecrge F. Sharp (by executors) to F. Morri-
son, lot on S. line of Jetfersou St., 137 :6 E.
of Taylor. F. 137 37:11 $50
Alexander Y. Morrison el al. to A. Howe,
Jacob Rothschild to Annies M. Ileucken, lot
.on W. line of Forty-second aye, 175 N. of
I St., N. 50x120 10
Mi'lael Delabanty to W. A. Moore, lot on
SW. line of Trinidad st., 75 NW. of James,
W. 'J.XIOII 1
'lb. mas ■). Bailey to John N. I'-urton. lot on
E. I ne of Thornton St., 219:6 N. of Dela-
ware, N. 25x100 - 10
Joteph .Newman etai. to Sarah A. Morris, lot
on N. line of O'Farrell st., 46:2 W. Laguua,
W. 55x91:6 .- 10
Matblas (uddy to Hiram \v. Johnson, lot on
K. tine o( De Haro St., 66 :K N. of Yolo, N.
33:4x100: also lot on K. line of De ilaro,
100 *». «r Yolo, N. 33:1x100 '■',■' vil'
• Synnieate Investment Company to Annie
Manuel, lot 7, Block 2. Syndicate's First*
Addition ' 10
W. 1. Morcau to Sadie M. Morgan, lots 11, 12
and 13, Block It, Park Hill Homestead Girt
Gilbert A. Dodge to 11. S. bkclllllgs, lot 61,
hlo. ■« 9. Flint Tract Homestead 10
Armory F. Bell to Charles 11. Bell, lot on 8.
Hue or Sacramento at., 102:11 W. of
Steiner, W. -8x126 Gift
Syndicate Investment Company to Michael
Donovan, lots 5 and 6, Block 2, Syndicate's
First Audition - J-i 10
James Met to Adeline M. Easton, lot on N W.
cor. of Colon ami Guugli sts., W. 1611:11 Vi,
>'. 86:7. se. to point, s. 00:l)i^ - 10
John 11. Stett to John W. Smith, lots 186
and 188, Gift Map 2... ; 775
Agnes B. Coveuev to l'.>*i'leo S. carutglla. lot
on iv. line of Middle St., 87 :6 N. of Pine,
N. 25x80 10
W. V. Huntington to Carrie F. Sweeney, lot
on W. line of seventeenth aye., 300 S. of A.
B. 25x120.. 10
i iiomiis Lurane to Howard L. Hekes, lot on
W. lino or Thirty-fourth aye., 250 S. of U
St, S. 25x120 ; .... 10
Albert Willi. r.i to Anna E. Lens, lot on W.
line of Buchanan at.. 164 N. of Broadway,
N. 26:6x01:6 10
. Charles C. Betuia to Hans 1-. Buhne. lot on
SW. cor. or Chestnut and Webster sta., W.
Abigail .**!'■« ..i'n. and uusl'Sud to XT. M.
Cordy, lot on E. line of Hartford sL, 222 8. <
of Nineteenth. 8. 25x126 10
Pauline Mitcbler to Cyrus S. tight, lot on
NW. cor. of Sacramento and Jones sts., N.
93:9. W. 127.6, S. 23:9, XX. 10. 70. E.
137:6 J 193
J. J. O'Farrell (referee) to Frederick N.
Dcakin, lot ou NE. cor. of Leavenworth
and Sutter sts.. N. 68:9x21:1 12,800
Mary Scott ft ai. to Aaron Wolf, lot on 8. -.-
-line ol Sutler St.. 40 E. of Jones. F. 67:6.
8. ' 137:6, W. 107:6, ■N. 12:6. N. 125 to
Albert M. Howe to Charles Castle, lot on S.
- Hue of Jetlersou St.. 137:6 E. of Tayloi, E. , -•-■
137:6X187:6 : 10
John Bush and wile to Julia E. Bush, lot on. J
- N. line of Vallejo St.. 55 E. of Hyde, K. 55,
■ I N. 1117:6. «. 27:6, S. 60, W. 27:6, S. 87:6.. - Gift
John Bush to Julia E. Bush, lots 33 and 34,
Block 32. City ; Land Association, and 2
other pieces Gift
Marie T. llseu to 11. F. W. Scliafer. lot on N.
slue or Clay st„ 112:6 K. of Laurel, ii. 26 x
137:b1,i .—..; 2,400
IVBT SUE DID NOT VOTE.
— _ ISS ARABELLA MORDAUNT
a 9 H was young some years ago;
mB^F She is rich and quite strong-minded,
• • Lives in Boston, too, you know.
She dotCS.on The Atlantic,
. And writes for tbe magazine,
Believes lf ladies taxes pay,
At the polls they should be seen.
Sbe understands the tariff.
Mortgages, bonds and stocks;
Knows politicians* motives.
Owns dwellings and business blocks.
Tct this strong-minded maiden
lias a secret she'll not tell:
And Time^because she's so pretty— .
Keeps her secret very well.
' • • ' • •
just a week before election
To Ihe City Hall she went
To register as a voter—
■• Woman's rights" was her Intent.
•'Name?'' '-Arabella Mordaunt"—
She bowed her stately head ;
"please tell what Is your native place!"
••Boston," she proudly said.
••To ur age J" The clerk stared boldly.
Miss Mordaunt did not say:
But very white— then rosy red—
Miss Mordaunt walked away.
Kin-cmbcr 3, IIW. Orach Hiiibaiid.
*p^ VESIDE3 her strong, clear voice
|«<>-s|-| Marietta had a genuine Italian
SJJ 3 ability to make a bargain; so
shu betook herself to a cousin of hers
who was still young aud had saved for
herself some money. Sho offered her the
stand with table and iiuitar if she would like .
to buy. The cousin entered gladly into the
advantageous bargain, and the next morning
those who passed that corner of the Strada
San Ferdiuando found, in the place of the
stately beauty Marietta, a very sallow young
person, around whose neck was the well
worn preen ribbon upon which liune the
old cuitar, aud who sung to it as if site
were singing out her very life, standing by
the we ather-stained table.
Marietta hastened to the widow of a lately
deceased carriage-driver. She was close,
and hard to drive a bargain with, but she
succeeded in procuring from her a rather
lean horse, a carriage, painted but recently
a bright red, a new rug, and two brilliant
lanterns under ihe driver's seat. Happy
was she in the possession of these costly
things, for which- sho had been obliged
to part with 700 lires. After this
bargain she went to Melito, a short
distance from Naples, whence an omnibus
went regularly toJN'aples, sealing herself by
the driver, who, lor her ride money, taught
her to drive. lie looked upon the affair as
fun that brought in nioney, ami he was will
ing to aid her. So Marietta rode cight-and
twenty times the four hours' route, and after
that apprenticeship she thought herself well
One day she presented herself at the place
while carriages are usually hired in Naples,
It was strange to her and a trifle awkward,
too, win she placid the lacquered hat upon
her curly hair and held her whip in her
hand. The streets were strange, too, with the
many passers by, as she stood or .-at waiting
for some one to drive. Hardly had she been
ten minutes in her place before people be
gan to stop and look. Soon a large crowd
collected about her. The • o:ice soon fol
lowed. There were two sergeants with
their large hats, two officers with their gray
in int.i'-, but without numbers, two ordinary
officers with their black coats and numbers,
and several others whnse business it was to
keep tlie peace. They laid hands upon horse
and carriage at the same time and demanded
her license papers. Marietta haa none.
Stic had uot known the need.
"Your carriage has a number, but your'
•lanterns have beeu cleaned— as they should
be— and you have neglected to replace the
number upon them. What have you to say?
••Vou have no license!" remarked one
"No," answered Marietta.
"Follow us, then, to the central cilice, to
the Chief of Police."
lie turned mil looked at one of the nffi
ceis. Marietta was very pale and shook >
that the borne became uneasy and pricked
up his cars.
"Come down and hand over to us the
borsi; and carriage," said the officer.
Poor Marietta began to cry, at which the
gmliering crowd laughed loud aud long,
During the conversation so many had gath
ered that not a few were the remarks made
upon a woman being a carriage-driver.
'Ihey had beard of different things dove by
women, but never before of a horse and
carriage for hire having a woman as a
"Marietta, the singer, turned coach-
For among the crowd were those who
knew her, and they were very much in
terested to see how all this would end.
Marietta moaned and cried, but did not
move to come down Irom the lux. She
knew not what she did, from fear anil anger,
The crowd began to take .-ides, they waved
their hats, shouted and pushed each other
Irom side to side. The police showed they
hid little control. Through the crowd a
young man pushed his way, and rather im
pertinently, yet quickly, stood beside the
"What is the matter?" he asked breath
"fclie has no license."
"I have one, but no carriage, I will take
this one," he continued, in rather a loud
He was a tine looking young man, but
poorly clad, and in every way showing that
the world had not gone very well with him.
"May I do so?" he called lo Marietta,
who was still upon ihe bote, at the same time
handing to one of the police a rather soiled
paper which he took from his pocket.
Marietta, from fright, understood nothing.
One of the police then spoke:
" The signor has a license and he will be
responsible for you." . '
Marietta did not yet understand.
"He wants to marry me?" she shouted.
At this tlie crowd became more noisy. The
tears stood in her eyes as peal upon peal of
laughter rang out upon the air.
"That I don't know," replied the sergeant,
but he added, smiling: "Perhaps he will.
Now, however, he will, with his license, take
charge of your horse arid carriage, for even
had you a license, as a woman you would
not be allowed to drive about Naples. You
understand now?" said the sergeant.
"Yes," replied Marietta, looking the new
driver lull in the face.
The shouts of the crowd rent the air.
They cheered him for such gallantry in tak
ing charge of the carriage, and wished all
happiness to the siguoriua.
Marietta left the box. Thankfully she
held out her hand to her preserver, who
looked pleasantly at the round face, framed
in with the wealth of black curls, and her
uark, sparkling eyes.
"My good people," said tho sergeant,
"you must follow me lo the office, wliere the
Dumber Of this carriage must be entered in
your permit, before it will be correct. Ho
you give this horse and carriage to this
license?" he said, turning to Maiiuit i.
"Yes," she answered, . and looked her
thanks as she lifted her eyes to those ol her
new Iriend, who. from his sallow complexion
and general ways, betrayed his Neapolitan
" Please seat yourself in the carriage,"
said the sergeant to Marietta. He till now
had managed, and he intended to continue
to do so. Marietta did not feel so proud as
she was wont to do upon the Sunday drives,
yet she was auitc contented as she entered
The young man mounted the box, the ser
geant shouted, "Make room," and slowly,
guarded by six policemen aud followed by a
large crowd, the carriage was driven to the
It was but a short time before everything
was arranged for all parties satisfactorily:
Marietta gave up her horse and car
riage to the youug man with a license,
but who was without a horse or
carriage. So il followed that she found her,
ideal in re.litv. After a few weeks they
concluded to marry, and in a short time the
husband was able to ' keep another horse, *
and then their prosperity was assured, They
were very happy together, although she was
some years Ins senior, and lie could never
refuse her anything.
On Sunday afternoons she took her usual
ride with the married man ; but the differ
ence was that the driver belonged solely to
her, and was proud to li >ye her for the occu
pant oi his carriage.— Translated from the
German by A. M. F. for the N. Y. Ledger.
I'll J ll hit 1 A hPIiIiAUISG.
The 11 .lib officer Kuml*;-iilii*> Wherever
* i .--.-•■ Is 'found. aWBB
The prevalence of diphtheria all over the
city is becoming alarming. Tliere were
more than ICO cases' last month and twenty
deaths, and the dreadful disease seems to be
' The Hoard of Health is taking all possible
precautions against it,' however, by fumigat
ing all places where it prevails with the
same tui-rt.uzlini-ss that : would used in
small-pox. All undertakers ; are now j can
tioned by the health officers not to allow the
dead in their charge to be viewed where the ;
death resulted f rout ■ diphtheria,' and every '
possible: piecautloni is i. being used -to keep
children away from Infected places. J -
;■■■ • Both t\ phoid t and scarlet fever are more
than usually prevalent, but not to such | an ;
alarming extent as diphtheria. The reports *-
; from Yokohama in relation to the cholera'
show tlmt the epidemic is I on the decrease.
From October 7th to the lSlh inclusive there
THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1890-EIQTrT PAGES.
were seventeen new cases and twelve deaths.
•Altogether there have been o63 cases and 519
deaths. : ■■»-.■■■-■-■■ . - .. .
THE STOCK MABKET.
Stocks opened the week tilth a rally yesterday
and in the first call there was an advance ranging
from 10c to Si-j'g, the latter rryreseutlng the rise In
The advance was not maintained, however, and
the prices were lower ln tho afternoon.
Local securities were quiet and unchanged.
The boards will not be In session to-day.
Morgan (Colorado County) Is assessed 10c, delin
quent December 6tb.
The production of the Comstock lode last week
was as follows: Con. Cal. and Va. 1590 tons ore,
assaying *21 65: Chollar 494 tons, »18 06: Gould
A Curry 40 tons. $23 50: Overman 398 tons,sl9 29;
Occidental 308 tons, fit; Justice 768 tons, $22 46;
Alta 315 tons, $19.
Commonwealth and North Belle Isle have shipped
$30,000 on Joint account. Con. Cal. and Va. $39,291
to the Carson Mint, making $80,765 thus far on
For the week ended November Ist the Holmes
mine hail 228 tons of ore milled at the Belleville
Mill. Average assay value of the battery samples
$30 92 per ton.
The following mining companies had cash on band
Ande5............ .sl4, Locomotive $1,404
Best A Belcher . 10,393 Peerless 10,210
•Occidental Con.. - B,oll4 iW'eldou 7,225
Ophir 23,91'j|l'eer 6.568
Sierra Nevada 18,603 Crocker. 6,869
Lady Washington 10.921 ICballeuge 2.441
Alia 38,227 Belcher 29,785
liulwer Cou 5 409 Bullion 6,883
Mexican 1,341 Boole Con 12,504
Exchequer 13.265 Mono 13.892
Sliver Hill 2,977 Caledonia 6,092
Con. New York... 2.889 Overman.. 58.794
Alpha Con 24.959 N. CominonWlth. 1,041
Gould dc Curry.... 26,83:: I Kentuck 4,614
Con. Cal. and Vs., untold bullion valued at $326,
--254, overdraft $131,058.
Unsold bullion valued at $5!)24.
The following companies were in debt November
S.'g. Botcher $11 .493 Confidence 9,453
Savage 4.211 Grand Trlze $11,433
Chollar 12,783 (standard C0u.... 3,884
Utah..... 9.9321 Del Monte 12.370
•Holmes 31,005 Belle 151e... 16,293
tCrown Point .. 9,825 1 Navajo 18,870
Con Imperial 35.564|tN0r1h Belle Isle. 28.581
Hale A Xorcross. overdraft of $31,063. and liabil
ity to Sutro Tunnel Company $33,810; due ou as
sessment 96, $54,136.
•With 13,500 ounces unsold bullion as an offset.
I Willi *f5532 lv bullion reported during October
as an offset.
•.With bullion In transit and to arrive which will
pay all bills.
lie following is alist of rsst ssnientsnowpendln*;:
Company. Na Amt. In the SalcDay.
- Board. |
Leigh Gravel 1$ 25 ..Oct 131. N0v 5
Lone Jack 25 .Oct IS. Nov 19
Alpha Con 6 25 ..Oct 17 .Nov 11
Gould A Cmrv 65 SO ..Oct 17 .Nov 13
Mono 30 26 ..Oct 19 Dec 2
Silver Kins 4 SO ..Oct .Nov 18
Challenge 7 60 ..Oct 37'. Nov 17
Mouteelto 1 JO. .Oct 27 Nov 21
Goletil 1 10i.. Oct 27 .Nov 24
sterling 1 015. Oct 27 .Nov 24
North Peer C 051. N0v 1 .Nov 25
Hale * Norcross 96 .Nov 7 .Dec 3
Seg. Belcher A M 7 25 .Nov 7 .Dec 1
Sliver Hill 27 201. N0v S.Dec 3
LlveOakDrift 12 05 .Nov 10
Baker Divide 18 201. N0v 11 .Dec 4
Con Imperial 29 05 .Nov 13 .Dec 8
Mussell K. AM 7 061. N0v 17 .Dec 8
Martin White 24 25 .Nov 17 .Dec 16
Mexican 41 261 Nov .Dec 10
N. Bloomtield 46 60 Nov 28 .Dec 23
Kate Hayes 2 300 .Nov 381. Dec 33
Morgan 14 10 Dec 6 .Dec 29
111 - tuts of minis Lot listed ou the
1 itiu lull ctlnii.udit In othce.
Company. Amount. Payable.
Ataska-Treadwcll ; | $ 25 I ....Nov 10
. HOARD SALES.
Irilrwtrg were tie tales jetterdayln the San
1 ii.li ttsio Hock 1 card:
KFcrun tsKssrosj'— 9:3o a. v.
150 A1pha.... 1.90 160 (hall C..3.10 20 Mono. ...1.30
2110 1.95 100 CC A V..4.40 100 N B 151e.]. 45
120 Andes... 1.90 100 4.46.270 Onhlr ...4.55
200 1.85 60 C00NY...55!1000veri.*1..2.30
600 1.80 50 Coufldr._7%| 20 2' 4
1426 Ii UIO 7*.«! 60 .0 30.. 2.30
100 8e1cher. 2.95,1 10 C Point. .'J* l ! 650 P0t051. ...7*5',
120 Bill lIL-i 50 Eureka...! ii iou 7T»
250 80die... 2.151630 Excnu ...1.36 300 Savage..
sou 8u11i0n. .3. 1t 300 U « C...2.3U 200 Syndicated o
200 Caledonia. IJ 150 II * .V. ..2.00 1175 Uni0n.. ..2.90
60 Cb011ar..3.71' too Justice ...in. ISO Utah 1.10
301) 3.91 too Kentuck 1.95 60. .b 5 1.10
250 3.81 50 2.0H 60 Weldun...lfi
200 3.51 JOO Mexican. 2.9s 200 W C0m... .55
AI *1 KRNOON" amaxoic — 2:3 >.
60 Alta 1.40 SO Eureka..4.oo; sli Overm. ..*.'i i
550 Andes. ..I. SO 200 Excneu...l ' , 1 00 I'eer '.'5
1950 1"!»! 60 li 4 0 .2.301200 Potosl ....7%
160 80d1e... 2.15 ioo H * N...1.90 25 714
100 8u11i0n. ..'.. 21 26 1.9:, 126 Savage. .3.oo
350 Chan C..3.10 100 Kentuck2.l)o 100 SB* M..lVi
150 Ch. 11ar..3.65:i00 M0n0.... 1.1 5 25 SNev. ..3
50 It C A- V. 4.40.300 NB Isle .l.lf 100 3.15
60 C0i,1id....7' „ 1300 NComhl.4o 400 BHIII 20
57 Clmu 36,100 _..I.4s|lOOSyndlcaie.lO
100 Crocker... 3o 300 H.,.150 Uni0n... .2.80
100 C 1*01nt..2.71H 60 Occid ...1.80 200 V» C0m. ...65
31.0 Del 31. . .701100 0nh1r... .4. 551
Tilli wing were tbe sales in the Pacific Stock Board
3 tttcr day:
I iri-UR tF*.ptoN— lo:3o.
350 Alpha.. .1.80 200 Crocker. ..27 100 0vrmn...2.20
100 ..b 10... 300 29 200 0phir.... 4.60
100 1.90 100 30.100 ..b 10... .41.2
200 1.85 101 l C011ar.. 3.40 00 li»
150 Aiti 1.40 150 3.45 100 ..0 30... 4.65
50 1.46 IOU 31* 100F0t051....6l. 8
250 Ande5. ..1.95 WO ti"; 100 i..„
1250 I.BH 200 3.70 150 7Aa
100 ..0 5 1.80 100 3.60 160 7",
100 1% 100 CCA V..4VJ. IOU 7>A
- 20. 1.70 45 100 Savage...: 1 . 05
200 1.8.* J.'-O C Point.. .2*l. 100 3.16
200 B Isle 8* too ES Nev. ..08 100 3.20
too B A 8....;; i, 150 ExcbU-.l^fiTOO 3.10
100 80d1e.. ..2. 15 100 1.30 300 38* M..1.30
200 21 , .'OO li A N... 1.90 100 8 Hill 22
400 8u11i0n... 31, .100 1.95 100 Uni0n... 2.90
400 3.31 100 2.00 100 2.95
100 .0 5. 3.31 :()0 Julia 28 100 Utah 1.05
200 ..s 10... .3.3; 00 Justice.. .l)., l 100 1.10
400 c Imp t--7 15OMeilcan.3.00 We1d0n...16
300 361200 Mono ...1.20 160 VJackel.3.l.*.
100 Chall C..3.Ov)|looOrermn..2V 60 3.20
100 3.05, tOO 2.311
JDTmviKI.I SESSION'— 3:III.
100 A'Ph»...1.85 100 Chal C. .3.0*0 100N C0m... 1.45
150 Alta 1.40 100 3.05 126 1.85
350 Ande5.. .1.80250 Cb011ar..3.60 76 1.80
860 1. 85 100 3.55200 Ovrmii....'.') 1
10«...„. 1.90 20 3.66200 3.30
900 1-K 200 O C... 2.30 200 Peerless.. .32
100 ..« 30....1*t 4 100 21, !ri(lSavilgc...3.lo
500 ..s 30... 70 750 II 4 N.. 1.90. 100 3.00
160 B4 8.....11.! 10(1 m: 1.95 ioo SUA- 51. .1.30
50 100 J ust ice. .1.45! too Nev.... 3.05
200 2.10 100 11, 500 h lllll 20
200 Bullion... 3) ,'iuo Kcntuck'J.oS too Sliver K... 60
200 3.20 60 2.00 160 Uui0n.... 2.80
100 ..s .3.20 too Mexican,). Oi 100 YJackel.3.ls
300 Crocker.. .33.^oo J10u0.... 1.16 50 3Va
Monday, Nov. 3-4 r. it.
Eld. jt lit, i. UtO. Aiknt,
Alpha Con 1.80 1.85 Julia 25 30
Alta 1.40 1.45 Justice ,1.46 1.50
Andes 1.70 1.80 Kentuck 1.95 2.00
1 eieher 2.90 2.96 Lady Washlign. 4U 46
Belle Isle 80 —Locomotive — lo
Benton Con . 1.75 2.011 Mexican 2.85 2.95
Best Belcbcr.3.2o 3.25 Mono 1.10 1.15
Bodie 2.05 2.10 Nov Queen 80 90
Bullion 3.20 3.25 N Belle Isle 1.15 1.60
l.ulwer 40 45 S (niiiiiioim 1t'11. 50 1.65
Caledonia 45 60 Occidental 1.75 1.80
Central 15 *Jo'ojihir 4.50 4.60
Challenge C 011. .3.05 3.10 overman. 2.25 2.30
(hollar 3.65 3.60 Peer _ 20 26
Commnwealth..2.so 3.00 Peerless ... 30 35
Con Cai* V1r.. 4.35 4.40 I'otust 7.25 7V a
Con New York.. -30 35 Savage 3.00 3.05
Confidence 7.00 7i/i sB * Slides C..1.25 1.30
Con Imperial... 35 40 Scorpion ...... 25 30
Con Pacific 25 30 Sierra Nevada.. 3.10 3.15
(.rocker '.11 35 silver Hill 20 26
Crown P0int. ..2.65 2.70 Silver King 60 65
Del Monte „ 70 80 Syndicate 10 15
Dudley _ 10 15 Union Con 2.80 2.85
East Sierra Nev 05 10 Utah 1.05 1.10
Exchequer 1.20 1.25 Wcldon 15 20
Gould * Curry. 2.2s 2.30: W Comstock.... 60 65
Grand Prize 30 35 V Jacket.;. 3.10 3.15
Hale * Norcrs..l,Bs 1.90|
Monday, Nov. 3— 2 p. it
Jsf<l. A 'lty- Bid. a ./. i
V 8d5.4'5...121 • 121% FaclflcLllthtg. — 80
CntaCuWßds.lol 102 S F Gaslight.. 67*54 68«/ i
Dupnt-st lids. ll2 130 Ml.touti.Vll. 30 60
I 4CllscKyß.lo4i/i — Cal-st RR. 108 —
MAFltitlids... — 102 Central XX... — . 18
Mkt-stßßl'.dsl'24-!4126-}4 City RR. _ 100
Nl' Coast it R.I 00 — I'Al'HseKv 36 39
NFIt It lids.. 114Vall<i Gcary-st RR. — 100
NltyorCallidslltl 111 NII4M It K. 65 —
omi*.lbus(T'.d.ll7 117V4 Omnibus It R. 75* A7B
F401:KHd3...117 — Presidio It It.. 25' 31
l'4CHl:yl;us. — 103 AugloNcvAs. 98 100
Towl-stßyßd. — 120 California Ins — 118
SPRRArlzßdjl()6i/i107>4 Commerc'llus 85 87
M 11,.' ai1;,:..! I 1 1111,4 Fireman's I-d. _ 1571/,
BPRRCatBSs. 991^ — Home.Miitual.lso 166
SPP.rßCail*.dslo9 110 V. -Slate luvcstm 75 —
SV Water 6's .120>/<l2l VzlUiilon Ins 85 90
SVWsterl's.. 921/4 114 Atlantic low. - — 46 . *
AngloCalHnk. 74 80 Cal Powder... 150 —
Bank or Ca1... 27 9 285 Giant Powder 62 66
Cal SaleDepos — 60 Sal 'tyN It low. lOVi 10»A
Flr«tNatnankl7l*4l7:l VigontPow.. D 6Vi
LPA-AiiiHank. — 127 i/ 2 Vulcan low.. — 12Vi
LA SF Bank. 35V4 37 V« Cal Elec Light IBIA 17
Faelflc 8ank. .160 170 Cal Elec Wits. — 5
MerchExiiuK 20 25 liaw'n Coin... 38"* i 111'-
Blue Lakes W. 18 _ lluteh'ii Bu-ar 18 IB
Contra Cos W. — 951,4 Juils'nM'fgCo 20 —
MarlnCoW... 46 50 oceanic 8 8.. 86 90V«i
8 V Water.... 951/ s 95Vi'i*ai: BS 4. S._ 69 —
Central Gas... 92 100 jFacln4NalL — 34
Los Angs 65 — Fac Phonogh. — 3
Oakland Gas.. 34 1/4 34*!» I'aeWouUuw'e —35.
PkcGasluiCo 67 681/2
Board— ls Pacific Gas Imp, 67V-; 20 8 F Gaslight,
68; to 8 V Water, 95Va: 10 Hawaiian Commer
Board-I8 8 V Water. BfiVfct 10 Hawaiian Com
mercial. 19; $3000 Omnibus Cable Bunds, 117.
A '■ French attorney was • writing out a
brief. He was in splendid health, only 40
years old, and was writine rapidly when all
at once he stopped, and from that moment
could not tell disown name.' Memory went
out from him like a Hash of lightning.
11 It Is the manifest 'destiny of GLENN'S ', SUL-
PHUR SOAP to supersede oily unguents for skin
ailments; therefore all who are afflicted with salt-
i-hcum, scald-head ; and other ; cutaneous
eruptions, are advised to use this well-known
remedy, which purities the skin and thereby renders
the complexion fresh and clear. ; Ask your drug-
gist ■ for ;. GLENN'S 1 SULPHUR ' SOAP,' : and
take no substitute. '
Hill's Eair Dye, Black or. Brown, 1 50 cents.
0c24 tf FrTu < .t:..v.ii.
DESTROYED BY FIRE.
The Burlington Hotel a Mass of
A Similar Fate for the Grand Averted by
Strenuous Efforts— Losses by ths Con*
The conflagration in -the . Grand Hotel
block raged • fiercely for nearly two hours
after The Cam, went to press yesterday
morning at 4:15 o'clock with a full account
of the fire up to that time, and it continued
to burn until 7:30 o'clock, at which hour it
was under control. The Burlington lodging
house adjoining was a mere shell of walls,'
charred and shaking from the effects of
the great heat and flames, and most of the
Grand Hotel was ruined by fire and water.
The seething and furious flames, which at
. 4:30 o'clock shot up through the light shaft
In the middle of the building, and then
threatened to vanquish the struggling fire
men, did not abate in fury until the cellar
was deluged with water, thus cutting off the
supply of fuel. ..
The immense stock of inflammable mate
rial stored in the basement burned like
tinder in a furnace, and baffled the efforts of
the Kite Department to quench what at lirst
was considered a "blind fire." : So when
least fear was entertained the flames burst
forth and swept up the middle shaft, envel
oping walls, floors and roof in their upward
A TOTAL LOSS.
The flames rapidly grew intensely hot and
then dense volumes ol smoke were emitted
from the collar. _ Kooms were soom suffocat
ing with choking odors, which, however, did
not prove disastrous, as was at one time
dreaded. The floors of the Burlington had
fallen ono after another during the few
hours the fire lasted, then the partitions dis
appeared and that part of the block was a
The Grand Hotel was only partially de
stroyed, and will require no more than
general and exteusive repairs to have most
of it fit for occupancy. The office was not
touched by fire, but water from the hose
pipes covered the floor and soaked every
thing near the tiles; and yet the hotel
nearly suffered the fate of the Burlington.
Thu north and west portions of it were
gutted by fire and water, and even as far as
llie parlors over tlie office on the Mont
gomery-street side the insidious flames
worked their way, and the water spoiled
nearly everything which the flames did not
Many stories of the timely escape of
guests of both hotels were told yesterday.
There were 200 guests In the Grand alone ;
but owing to the precautions taken by the
Fire Patrol and hotel employes, all escaped
without injury, though, iv most cases, with
out their property as well.
A belt-boy of the Grand saved Alfred M.
Wickcs. the cashier, who is a paralytic and
moves with great difficulty. The buy car
ried him from his room on the third floor lo
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood, .who had been
married on Sunday in Ilaywards, were in
the Grand on their honeymoon. The bride
was aroused by the tramping of firemen In
the halls, acd when she heard cries of
"Fire!" resounding through the house be
came almost hysterical. She attempted to
leap fiom a window on the secoud Iloor iv
her night dress, but her husband held her
back. She was completely prostrated, and
had to be carried to ttie Palace Hotel.
Edward Curtis, the politician, had a nar
row escape from death by suttocation. The
ceiling of bis room led upon him and smoke
rushed into his room, lie had not reached
the otlice when his apartment was in flames.
THROUGH BLINDING SMOKE.
George W. Hopkins of thu real estate firm
of Catnull-Fitzhituh-lliipkins Company was
asleep in a back room resting soundly when
a bell-boy awakened him with louu knock
inn in the door and shouts of fire. Throw
ing on some clothes in feverish haste he ran
downstairs through the choking halls.
General John, T. Carey occupied a room
on the second floor, and though he escaped
in time he lost a valuable library in the
Senator Fnd Cox of Sacramento when
called could not open his door and it had to
he kicked to pieces to let him out.
O. Bleb, day clerk of the Grand, who with
his wife lived on the third Hour, was aroused
by the alarm and escaped with tlie guests.
Everything he bad was burned, as ho turned
his attention to gelling the guests out of
J. S. Severance of the Southern Pacific
Company was alarmed in time and packed
up his traps, but on his last trip downstairs
the root fell iv over his room.
v THE LOSSES.
The total loss by the iire, as estimated by
Captain White of the Fire Patrol, Is about
8350.000. Mrs. Burlintr, lessee of the Bur
lington, lost about 130,000 in furnituro and
carpets, insured for 810,000, while the house
itself was valued at S'jo.txio aud insured for
The other losses were ns follows: Grand
Hotel, building and furniture. 875,000; lleu
ter Bros., loss to stock, $1*0.000; O. P. Down
ing, loss to stock, £20,000; Hurst & Co., loss
to stick, 810,0X0; Mi.rweihl & Co., loss to
stock, 810,000; Ned Fay, Grand Hotel bar,
Siooo; William Bryan, druggist, 82000; Hill
iV Gold man, $21-00; Hall Sate Lock Com
pany, i""*00i); Chatles Laiibeiihciiner, barber,
8200; W. J. Bryan, drugs, STUOO, fully in
The Grand Hotel was built in 1809 nt a
cost of 8400,000 by the Montgomery Beal
Estate Association nud opened in May,
IS7O, as a hotel. It was originally designed
for stores and offices. Two years ago tlie
lease expired and tlio building, by the terms
of the lease, reverted to the owners of tho
ground. There was trouble between the two
owners about a renewal of the lease and
that part of the building owned by the
Woodworth i eople was partitioned oil and
turned into the Burlington Hotel.
AN EXHIBIT DESTI'.OYED.
The State Board of Trade exhibition under
the Burlington was totally destroyed. It
was ihe accumulation of California's varied
and wonderful products, gathered In. the
course of years, and a must attractive dis
The firemen escaped without any serious
accidents. . Frank \V. Keane of No. 4 llose
received a severe cut on bis right hand.
Kicd bimiuons of Truck Company 2 bad
his left foot crushed. Michael Dougherty
of No. 3 Engine was struck by falling glass
and badly wounded on the eye. John Sulli
van of No. 4 Engine was severely shaken
by falling from the roof, He was taken
home in the patrol wagon. The other ■, men
were treated by Assistaut l'olice Surgeons
A. I*. O'lirien and Bunker.
THE STREETS CLEAR.
At 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning the fire
was completely extinguished and the hose
pipes taken Irom the streets. Then the
cable-cars, which had been blocked nil the
morning, began moving. . When the fire was
"cold" a Call reporter passed through the
Grand Hotel corridors and halls. Charred
debris, fallen : glass, plaster, . torn carpets,'
broken mirrors, papers, books, trunks, fur
niture, etc., all drenched with blackened
water, strewed - the floors. Walls and ceil
ings were thoroughly soaked. Thn claim'
that tho hotel was an indestructible building
was demonstrated to bo false. From tho !
fourth floor lit was plain to be seen bow so
much damage had been done, for the entire
interior from this floor to the top had been
constructed of 2x4 scantlings, and wood on
all sides was within easy reach of the spread
ing Haines. No sooner had the fire gained
good headway between the rafters than it
continued on its course, feeding. upon the
light material composing the center floor.
Slate Hoard of Trade. - J
. The office of the State Board of Trade has
been temporarily located In Room '28, Chron
icle Building, until other and permanent
quarters can be secured. Everything be
longing to the board was destroyed in the
fire and . although it will • take some time to
replace the exhibits from the various
counties everything will be in order for the
transaction of business in a very few days.
Brier Items • From I'aoilie. Statea and
The Register says there are several cases
of diphtheria in Napa.
A farmers' alliance has been organized at ;
Porteiville, Tulare County. - - -'_;. :
The City Council of J Kelso, Wash., has
raised the liquor-license tax to 8(500 a year.
Tho Great Register of J Ventura County
contains WXil names, an increase of 084 over
that of 1888. .
'-'■ Trie sailboat Gracie, in which Norrls Stat- '
ford lost his life about two months ago, was ;
picked up ad rift last; week off Fairhaven.'
John | Hopson i and Ia l fiiend I started from
Fairliaven for (irons Island in i the ill-fated
craft, and have not been heard of since. i It
is 'i feared " they : were ; lost in the btorrny
weather of the past week.* ;. •«■ - ■ . :-■*-■ c-
The Oroville Mercury says: For the ben
efit of candidates who are not Informed, the
boundary X lines :;- between k the -,-■; different
counties should be designated in some other
way than en imaginary air-line. The other
day a Republican candidate for a county of
fice j in Yuba was at Bangor, in this county,
electioneering. -He ■-•■ wasted •> considerable
stuff before lie found out his mistake. ?-"•. ?
3 The ' Portland ' Oregnnian } says * A man '
named Morris, a ; peddler and hide-buyer
from Chico, Cal , was robbed j last week of
SHOO while : on '- the * road from Warner to
Lakeview. Most of tlio nioney was In the
form of r checks, and Jf payment <• will ;* be
stopped. ■He says he * knows ; the men who
robbed " him, but it ;is - difficult * for him to
swear to the identity of a person who wears
a mask. He has ■ beeu : in the hiue-bnviug
business for eight years, aud lias never been
robbed before. ■■ ■-''^Tf*^-^'i!'ff tflMll^ffif'W-f
The Fortland .." Oregnnian says : Last
Monday afternoon, about two miles above
Celilo, an east-bound freight dashed into a
mass of rock tbat had fallen a few hours be
fore. The ; engine ■ was derailed and over
turned down a | forty-foot bank, fortunately
without hurting anybody. An Indian who"
saw the obstacle on the track waited pur
posely to see the outcome.and when the train
came along he calmly took in the entire pro
ceedings without attempting to make a sign
of any kind so as to warn the engineer of
The largest train of cattle ever sent out
from this county, says the Elko Independent
of Tuesday, passed here at 5:30 lust evening.
This special train was composed of 31 cars,
containing 010 head of three and four
year old steers, sold . to L. Brooks by
Colonel E. P. Hardesty of Wells, from which
point they were shipped yesterday. Mr.
Brooks, who accompanied tlie tram, will
unload tho cattle at Wadsworth, from which
place they will be driven south forty miles
to Mason Valley, where Ihey will be fat
tened on alfalfa for the spring market.
WRECKED OFF PORT.
The Schooner American Boy Huns
Ashore at (he Faralloncs.
When the schooner Howard arrived in
port at dusk last evening from Humboldt,
Captain Dodd reported that while making
for the harbor he had sighted a schooner
ashore at the Faralloues. Hr snid that she
was laden with pine lumber, but he was too
far oil' to make out her name. Ho also said
there wero two tugs with her.
There was considerable speculation among
shipping men as to what vessel it was, as
there was- quite a fleet of small inward
bound sailing craft off the port yesterday
afternoon. About '.) o'clock iv the evening
the tug Sea Queen arrived from outside,' and
from her it was learned that the name of the
unlucky schooner was the American Boy,
Captain Hammond, lumber laden from
Grays Harbor for this port. .
It appears that she went ashore on the
North Faralloues, between i and 5 o'clock
yesterday morning, during a dense fog.
She bumped heavily, every wash of the sea
dashing her against the rocks. As there
was no chance to kedge her off ami no
chance to make for the shore, Captain Ham
mond ordered the crew to take to the hi at,
which they did, end then pulled for the
city. When, about live miles from the
Islands, they wire picked up by the tug Sea
Queen. The lug then went out to the scene
of the disaster, and found that the schooner
was fast going to pieces.
The American Boy was a schooner of 174
tons net burden, built at Seabeck, Wash., in
1882. Her dimensions were: Length 100:0,
beam 31:5, depth 8:5 feet. S. H. Harmon of
this city was her. managing owner, Both
vessel and cargo were insured, but in which
companies could not be ascertained last
L Hickman A- w, Antloeh.Mlss M A Barry, Mntcrcy
J L.Martin. Astoria It \v Williams, Stockton
l'J Chamberlain, I'ortlnd F J Morrow, Coos Bay
G XT Hunt, Portland A II Thompson, Kingston
Mrs A D McCaffrey, Mico F i; Havens. Riverside
John iisti rinaii. Wtsouvl I) Gibson A w. Bostou
Leo Maxwell, Sausalito A Gibson, Boston
James Moss, Benson J w stevensou, Wyoming
J 1 Barry, Monterey DCoxdlll, Wyoming
F I. Barry. Monterey c Coxdlll, w vomiug
J Carrulliers & w, Wy w Huntley, Rio Vista
W J coates, San Jose F II Brown, ISA
W i Engfotd, San Jose J Thomas, New York
Wm S Hoover. Nana M Machado, Astoria
J 1) lllllson. Sacramento -M.I Martin. Alameda ■
F Smith. Sacramento A L Jasoersoii, Colorado
Tnos Balcaui. Victoria J L Brownson, Victoria
John Cominlns, Cal w J Tuomp.ou, Napa
PJ I. Tolly, San Jose J S Rapslager, St Louts
L M Crow. Lafayette Fred Brooks. Oakland
XT ii i-ereival. Oakland- W V Eugiey, California
Mrs 11., i, 1, Sydney J iv McCoy, 'iruckee
Geo Buekman. Chico Bam Williams, Truckee
J S lank*. Huston A W Atbcrton, ("i.l.i
W" 8 Baker. Arizona 1-. L Morrison, Ckiah
W J Cotter, .-ii i • S.I Adams, Kansas City
Chns s Buell. Alameda J I Moderls. Lyons
Mis S 1-. 1 1. l ike. lowa 1 homas Nelson, Eimlra
W I) BttSelt, Scigler Spgs F C oivin, Soquel
J W Stevens. Arizona I) II Kerr, Fort Bragg
John inn. an, l't Arena El. Bingham. Humboldt
F Dodson, Seattle s walker. Fresno
J w Bayard. Fresno Mrs L Fergusuu, Eureka
J L i.i'. ■ .;. Llvermore
N Salisbury * w, Chicago i; Collin, Melnourne '
J B Satford. Chicago 8 Hlghtnan, Wisconsin
SLIIIISAw, Sans l'al'hc W J Anurews, liedding
A w parr, Boston L Stein, Montana
FJ Sta Marina A w, Paris C Garter, Ked limit
A Abbott, Washington I' I) tinman, New York
A H Crossman, Boston L Zeliner, New York
W F' Morse. Boston • Mrs Deliuns, Ml View
0 Anderson A w, London 1* Delmas, Mt View
Miss White. London The Misses Hennas, Mt
Miss lieddon, London View
J Grossman, Sacramento G E itaum. New York
V James A- w, Sacto H V Morehouse, San Jose
J French .v Jersey Cltv BC M air, Chicago
C W Peck. Chicago ' li Keen Jr. New York
C Landresie A- w.llaywds O Ledgcwood, New .'oik
s Marshall, San Bleu s J Knight, New fork
It A Brown. Chicago H Paul A w, Pittsburg
E Fox, Fresno .1 Heekuiau, Ventura
Mrs.) Wallace, New York II Paxton. Heaidsburg
1-* B GUI man, Omaha DrJKoblnson A w, Oregon
W Jewett X w.Oregon C Taylor. New York
J Sanfcril, Canada W Cortelyom i w.lltdbrg
S II I.eray. 'i irate W Kraft, New York
D Mel. me A w, Napa C Hopkins A w, Boston
Miss Wallace. NY J F sterling, Calllorula
D II Tabor, Buffalo J Llddle, Paso Robles '
WI Waterbuiy. Buffalo l'aite, Fresuo
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TConstautln. Occidental ll T Sanders, Detroit
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J S Kead. Kansas P Phillips, Toronto
Hill, Petaiuma C Martin, Kansas City
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XT E Stephens. Sarin 8 Doyle, Kansas City
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S Itupcs. Merced Miss Kurlgnt, Virginia
L A Campbell, Yountvllle J 1- Childs. Truckee
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Mrs McKinley, Phlla It D Peterson. New York
Mrs XT 11 Sage * c, Phlla X C Heed, New York
T McKinley, Philadelphia 1 Benlley, Boston
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I) Can In. Los Angeles W E Kandall. Sacto
I. B Pendleton, London Llt Ward, Sacramento
X B Devlin, Chicago V George. Seattle
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lt G Farreil. Detroit A Griucs. San Jose
F O Peters, Detroit
J D Jarnatt, Colusa Mrs J H Edwards, New
(l I Lldgerwood, NY man
Hr J C Auction, Vallejo Miss Edwards, Newman
J II Coniiolley. Vallejo Mrs li B Wehle, Newman
A Ni'l'mn i nt, Sae.o Miss 0 D Wattle, Newman
B V Miller, Indiana II S-Ingi ram.S lternardlu
C H Kuan A wr, Illinois C F Hunter, Los Angeles
J R Gibbons * wf, Mich DMcSheTy, Irvlngton
DrJ W Robinson. Oregon 0 Scanlon, Mllpitas
J J White, Fresno A Beerce. Sum.]
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Miss M 1. Joues, Grass 8 B Aelatr, Seattle
Valley A Andrew. Sacramento
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C S Mlddleton. California
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Mis W C Packard, Denver S (1 Mack.iy, New York
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Hebrew Orphan Aayla.ni..
The election •: of trustees for the new Pa
cific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home So-"
ciety resulted in the unanimous selection of
the following named: Joseph Brandenstein,
Jules Cerf, Martin Heller. Louis Sachs and
l lsaac Wormser. ;?. The I home will be erected
ion ? Silver J avenue, in * the > Mission, where
eleven acres of suitable ground have been
bought.. Bids for.' the erection of the build
ings will be opened and awarded next Mon
day and work on them j commenced nt once."
The society expressly de.-i:es to slate that
no assistance from the public is asked for or
needed as it ; has I ample funds to carry out
all the VHtjHRMHHP'. '.
Fatal Sequel to the Recent Chi
Bak Ngoey, a Chinese, was shot yester
day morning in the abdomen while going to
work, and died at 3:30 o'clock in the after
noon in the Keceiving Hospital.: He Choy
Pue,' another Chinese, was cut in the head
and neck and kicked about i the shoulders.
He ; was severely handled, but his wounds
are painful only and not fatal.
.How the : affray , took • place is a secret
which only the assailant is now supposed to
know, nor can the police find who the mur
derer is. Bak Ngoey was passing 832 Wash
ington street, or going through the doorway
of that number, when shot from behind.
He either could not or would not tell how
the affair occurred. When tne police ar
rived on the scene they found him prostrate
Upon the sidewalk' with a pool of blood
under bis waist. They noticed He Choy
Pue running away and overtook him, and
as he was bleeding profusely from his
wounds they took him to the ■ City Prison.
He will be detained pending further inves
tigations. '•-. -.
The fatal bullet entered the small of
Ngoey's back, and passing through his stom
ach came out in front. In the hospital he
said he knew of no other reason for the
shooting than that he was a member of tbo
highbinder society to which Dick Ah Ting,
who shot and killed Wing Fook Toy Satur
day night, belongs, and that the shooting
was in reprisal for that one. This statement
confirmed police theories.
He Clioey Pue, the wounded Chinese,
says he saw two men shoot Ngoey. and tried
to stop one of tliein. hut was beaten with a
revolver for his pains. He says lie took no
part in the shooting, and that the murderer
is a large, heavy Chinese, with big eyes,
light clothes and a puffed up, fat face.
The shooting of Saturday night was over
blackmail, attempted by the Sue On Tong
highbinder society on a Chinese actor. Bak
Ngoey, who was shot yesterday, belonged to
the same gang, aud his death fulfilled the
highbinder law of "a life for a life." The
police expect to bear of more shooting among
the Chinese. .*-■■. -.-J-.'j.*'
SOMETHING TU LAUGH AT.
One cannot understand the true delights
of a still hunt until lie goes out mi one with
an excise officer in Kentucky. It is then that
one enjoys the spirit of the sport. — N. Y.
Commercial Advertiser. *
* • •
Snapper— Who is that idiot that just went
out leaving the door open?
Cynic— lie's the fellow who swore so be
cause some one else left it open.— Boston
* .* *
"Why is it you always say 'Thank you.'
so loudly when Air. FlUsBCk leaves'.' He
has never given you a lip yet" "Yes; but
I say it so tnat tlie other guests wont follow
his example."— Fliegeude Blatter.
* * *
Georgiana— And, Flora, I forgot to tell
you. Inst night Harry Davenport said you
had "the fatal gift of beauty." Flora— Oh,
Georgiana, did lie? Georgiana— Yes I told
him you were being poisoned by cosmetics. —
--* * *
Father— don't you work? Son— Why,
I am as busy as a bee. Father— Ton do
nothing but eat Son— Well, that is all the
bees are doing just now.— N. Y. Herald.
* * *
Devotion— "John, the doctor says I must
give up wine, but I think I must have one
more bottle, even though it kills me."
'"AH right, your Honor, I will cheerfully
die with — Fliegende Blatter.
* '9 »
nubly— This crying youngster is enough
to drive me distracted.
Wife— Wait a moment and I'll sing it to
Hubly— On second thought, you'd better
let it cry. — Town Topics.
* » *
Parried : Wife — Did you notice 'Mrs.
Stunner's bonnet in church this morning?
Husband — No, indeed. I was lost in ad
miration of your own.— N. Y. Sun.
* » * --
Waddle — Why are you so cross?
Fiddle— Coiitouiid the luck, 1 had some
satisfaction thinking that I had got out of
the iceman's clutches when he quit deliv
Waddle— Didn't you
Puddle— No. lie went right into the coal
business.— Detroit Free Press.
* ■ * *
"Haven't you forgotten something, sir?"
asked the head porter of a guest who had
paid his bill aud was leaving the hotel.
"Oh, no," replied the non-tipper. "If I
have you can keep it."
"Much obliged. I notice you left your
pocket-book lying on the desk."— N. Y.
» > •
Mrs. Gazzam (to Sadie Bloobumper)—
Where's your in ma, Sadie?
Sadie— She went over to Mrs. Gargoyle's
two hours ago to stay five minutes. X. Y.
» » »
Old and New Schools.— Small Boy— too
sick to go to school to-day. Mamma — Then
lie down and I'll send for a doctor. -"Dr.
Pellet?" "No. He's a homeopath. I shall
send for Dr. Castor, the allopath." "Never
mind, mamma; I feel better. Where's my
books?"— Street & Smith's Good News.
' Monday Evening, Nov. 3.
MARY OK THE MAllltl. IS.
Barley, Oats and Corn steady.
Bye lower and dull.
Feedstuffs very firm.
Hay rather easier.
Seeds quiet. j'-.y
l'otatoes lower. . . '
Tickled Butter very firm.
Ueueral advance lv Cheese. •
A car of Eastern Poultry in.
Game In poor condition. •
Eggs quiet and weak.
Choice Honey firm.
Table Crapes higher. Common Apples dull.
Lemons and 4.1 mes firm. ;
Dried Fruits unchanged.
Nuts very strong.
Balsins as before.
Provisions fairly active.
Hops very linn.
Hides weak and lower.
Wool active and firm.
Meat market well supplied.
Codec unsettled. ,
English llln'iii Market.
Liverpool, Nov. 3.— The spot market Is firm at
Ts ai 2d &7s 7Vj)d. Cargoes are firm at 38s for
olf coast, 37s Od for just shipped aud 37s lid for
nearly due. -^3^S** i -S**i»4i®WW^S^SSj|s
The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations: November, 7s7c:jd; Decem
ber, 7s ail : January, 7s Sd; February. 7s Sd;
March, 7s 7 -''id; April, 7s 7*, id; May, 7s 7' / id.
J ' . SECURITIES.
Lonpox. Nov. 3.— Consols, »l 9-16; Cnited States
Hoods — 4's, 120-14: Hi's. lOtiVa: Silver, -iSs^d;
Rentes, till Sc; bullion out of Bank of England.
£-12,000. •• ' ■■■■ -
:y.'v- J*. New York Markets.
New York. Nov. 3.— Tho | stock market to-day
was divided into two parts, sugar refiucrles and tho
rest of the listed and unlisted stocks. In the flrst
j division there was a decided 1 weakness* but the
other showed the most gratifying strength on dull
business, and at the close losses were few in num.
ber, while the great majority of stocks dealt lb
were fractionally higher, with one or two material
advances as a result of the day's operations. J Sugar
to-ulgbt shows a net loss of 1 1 ... Governments
steady.*'. Petroleum, Spot Pennsylvania opened at
7H I .i and closed at 78*"', ; December opened al 79%,
and closed at 79%.
:;. M'W- York, Nov. 3.— Cnited States Bonds: 4's,
121 : 4i,<;'s, 103) Northern racine, V8V»; Cana
dian l'aclfic. Tin.x: Central Pacific, 301,1; Union Pa
cliic. 471 Atchison, 33%; Wells-Fargo, 140; West
ern Uuiou. BHi: Silver. 106; Sterling. $4 81
@4 85%. ,*'..,•
: Mtw ; Yokk. . Nov, 3.— Wheat, cash, »1 08Vi;
November, *1 07** 8 .
Coffee— slß 00. ■
Sugar-5 5-16«5 16-ldc.
Copper— Lake, $16 75.
1 lv— Spot, $21 20.
y Lead— Domestic, CO 62%.
Petroleum— 7B*s4 c.
Chicago \ Markets.
; Chicaro, ' Nor.' 3.— Wheat ' opened VjC \ lower.
Further declined -%c, recovered some, advancing
| vac, fluctuated and closed from c«c to a c lower
than Saturday. The decline was a continuation of
Saturday's weakness, Influenced by a desire on tbe
part of the longs to realize. Receipts, 1,026,000
bushels; shipments, 418.000 bushels, Rye firm at
67c. > Barley firm at SOc.
' Chicago, Nov. 3.— Wheat, cash, flOO'.j. jjy~'i*\:
J J The local bank quotation is 1 1 06 per ounce.
. — ,. • New York Exchange. J
i New .'. Tork Exchange, 12*^0 for sight drafts and
: 20c for telcgrap*dc.*a^Eßa^MSSiJ^l^s¥MM6»*Bßß
-...-',»_ The Coal Trade.
. The private circular [of I. Steuart gives the re-
celpts ot Coal at this port In October at 86,000 tons.
against 1 0,080 In October, 1 1889, and 1 ,322 ln
October, 1888. For the first ten months of tbe year
they . were 832 ,829 tons, against 929,068 during the
same period In ISS!) ard 1,056, ln 1888. The
circular says: "The continuance of the strike In the
coal mines in Australia, together with the short sup.
piles from the Wellington iniue of British Colum
bia, has caused a scarcity of coal dm lug the past
month, and consequently spot prices of all kinds of
coal have been advanced. ;•.: Relief, however, Is
hoped for soon from Australia, as latest advices
from there Indicate that work may probably be re
sumed shortly In the coal mines of the Newcastle
district, and should tonnage in Australian waters
prove plentiful the Coast will receive its customary
supplies from that quarter. Shipments of coal from
Great Britain have been free, there being upward
or thirty-three cargoes of various kinds of coal on
the way and loading for this port."
Steamers to sail to-day are the State of California
Portland, the Santa Rosa for San Diego, the Hum
boldt for Humboldt Bay. the North Folk for Hum
boldt Hay and the Gipsy for the Salinas Klver.
Tbe Oregon falls due from Portland, the Los An
geles from San Pedro and the Jeauie from Seattle. -
The bark Highland Light, 1265 tons, loads coal at
Seattle for this port. . -
The Celeste Burrlll takes for Liverpool 61,793 ctls
wheat, valued at $84,973.
The British Iron ship Port Crawford, 1593 tons, is
rechartered for wheat to U. X., Havre or Antwerp*
The Desdemona takes for Liverpool 181 bales
cotton, 9745 cs canned fruit, 8600 bbls flour, 70J cs
honey, 34,156 cs salmon, 174 do shells, 1100 gallons
wine, 5701 ctls wheat, etc. - •
* FLOUR— Net cash prices are as follows*. Family
extras, $4 2594 60; Bakers' extras, $4 1.-l 25;
city superfine, $3@3 30; Interior brands, $494 50
for extras and $393 '25 VI bbi for superfine.
WHEAT— Prices remain without change and trade
is dull. Freights arc firm at an advance to 45s for
Iron Teasels, U. X., Havre or Antwerp. The char
tered Wheat fleet In port has a registered tonnage
or 63,200, against 72,100 tons on the same date last
year; disengaged, 4723 tons, against 37,832; on the
way to this port. 276,300 tons, against -2 12,000 on
the same date last year. No. 1, $1 33**91 35; No.
2. $1 30fijl 89*141 choice, $1 86*4- extra choice, for
milling, $1 117 ' _. ©1 42',i; Souora, $1 Sl'.i'sl 33%
CALL SALES— STORM IXO.'i£ga3£
Buyer '90-200.91 36. Buyer »eason-200,5l 41*4.
. No afternoon sales.
BARLEY- Steady and unchanged. There is a fair
demand for both Feed and Brewing at the high
prices. Receipts are moderate. No.. 1 . Feed,
$1 46*491 47%: choice, $1 48%: lower grades.
$1 42% 9 i Chevalier. $1 6591 67% ior stand
ard, $1 40 91 45 for lower grades; llrewlug, $1 50
91 60 V) ctl for fair to choice.
CALL SALES— MORNING.
Buyer '9o— loo, $1 49%; 100. $1 49%. Buyer
season— loo. $1 55; 100, $1 55U- Brewing, buyer
season— loo, $1 62.
CALL SALES— AFTERNOON.
Buyer '9o— loo. $1 49%.
OATS— Holder! maiutai 1 prices without difficulty,
though the demand Is nut very brisk. Receipts of
late bave been moderate. . Black, for seed. $29
2 05 fl ctl; common Black. $1 '..■,: 80 Vlcll:
.No. I White. $1 7091 72%; ' No. 2, $1 6091 66:
Choice, $1 7591 80; Gray, $1 6091 65; Surprise,
$1 .-"il 90; Milling, $1 759 1 80 "**. ctl.
CORN — White continues scarce and firm. Yel
lows are steadily held with a moderate demand.
White, $1 321/a'ail 35: Yellow, $1 2591 271/3 for
large and $1 26 for small round.
KYE— Quiet and largely nominal at $1 30 VI ctl.
Offerings are smaller than they have been.
1-K AN In quick demand and firm at $21 5092 -'
for the best aud $20 Vi ton for lower grades aud out
MIDDLINGS — Firm at $27928 1* ton for the
best and $25926 for other grades. ■ .
HAY— Prices have shown no change for some lit
tle time. The market is hardly as strong, thnu*ti re •
ceipts continue moderate, wheat, quotable 111...*
16 lor lair to good and $1750918 50 choice: oat.
$12915; Wild Oat, $12915: Barley, $9912: Barley
and oat, $ii).oil4; wheat and Oat. $12916; Alfalfa.
$12913 V* ton.' 1
STRAW— steady at 70@80c *** bale.
MILLSTIiFFS- (.round Barley, s3l 60932 60. The
mills sell Oilcake Meal at $25 **< ton net, the Job
bers charge $27 V* toil; Rye Flour. 3%cV* tb: Rye
Meal, 3c; Graham Flour, 3i.,c; natiiieal, 4 : ' i' ; oat
Groats, sc; Cracked Wheat, 3*4 c; Buckwheat Flour,
6c: Pearl llarley, 4i/J94»AcV lb.
SEEDS— AII kinds are quiet. Yellow Mustard,
quotable at $2 12i.iHi.-i 25 9 nl: Brown Mustard,
$2 5093 VI ctl: Flail $2 50/0.2 65: Canary. 3®3-,ic
V* tb; Alfalfa, 89*>',ic', Kape7l92V*c; Hemp, 3%c;
DRIED PEAS— Nlles. $1 37%9'. 60 V* Ctl; Green,
$2(0.2 25: Blackeye. $1 6091 7o; Split Peas. Be V- lb.
BUCKWHEAT— Quiet at 4-2 12% V ctt.
COKNMEAL. ETC.— Table Meal, 3i,4@3-"!ic •- lb:
Feed Corn. $28®2S 50: Clacked Corn. $28929 VI
ton: Hominy. 4%c v to.
BEANS— over 1 1,000 sacks came In yesterday.
Kayos are strong at the advance. Linias are held
with rather more steadiness. Whites arc very
weak and quiet, with targe offerings. Pinks are
steady and In fair demand, ....... $491 10 *•* ctl;
Pea, $2 7092 90 V*ctl: Small White. $2 61192 80;
Pink, $292 SB: Reds, $2 6082 75; Linias, $3 5094;
Butlers, $2 6092 75 V* ctl.
POTATOES -The market is kept weak by con
tinual heavy receipts and prices for river descrip
tions are lower. Sweets, $1 759*3 In sacks and $'2(qt
3 V* itl in boxes: Garnet Chiles, 90ciai$l: Bur
bank seedlings. 60c@$l 40; River Reds, 75'gSOc:
Early Rose. bOlu-tiOi'; I'eerless. 50@*JUc V* I "-I
ONIONS—In light receipt and strong at $393 25
BUTTER— Pickled roll is closely held and some
dealers are disposed to ask another advance. Firkin
is strong in sympathy. Fresh roll Is easy. Fancy,
SSA36C! good to choice. 27%@30c; common to lair,
209'25c *«•) lb; store Butler, 15917% c* pickled roll,
22' .fa:27i:.c; firkin, 19921 c 9 B.
CHEESE— AII kinds have advanced and the mar
ket is very firm. Good to choice mild new, 129
12%cV* lb: fair, 10911 c; fancy. ISAIS-Vsje «* lb:
Young Americas, I'blgLl :|l, 2 c; cased Cheese, %c ad
ditional: Eastern, 14®15c V* lb.
POULTRY— Tbo market is easy, owing to liberal
receipts from the East. A car of Eastern sold yes
terday at 14c for Turkeys. 1 90 50 lor Hens. $598
for young Roosters, $6 for old Roosters and $49
450 for Broilers. California stock is quoted
as follows: Live Turseys quoted at 159"i7c > lb
for Gobblers and 14916 c for Hens; Geese, VI pair.
$1 509*2; Ducks. $194 50 for old and $598 for
young: Hens. $596: Roosters, young, $4 50@6: do.
old, $595 50: Fryers. $494 50: Broilers, $4 Tor
large and $393 50 pi dozen for small.
UAME— Some Game is arriving In bad order and
such stock docs not bring the quotations. Sound
Ducks are firm. Quail. $191 25 *£• dozen; En
glish Snipe. $1 60: Jack Snipe, 76c:;.\Iallards. $5®
6 50: Sprig, $2 2592 50: Teal, $2(ffi2 25: Widgeon,
$1 60; small Ducks. $1 25(»l oO: Gray Geese,
$2 6093: White Geese. $191 50: I. rant. $19160;
Venison, 12c Vi lb: Doves. 50c VI doz; Hare. $1 60:
Rabbits, $1 50 for Cottontails, and $1 for small.
. EGGS— Eastern are eoiuing 111 freely, half a dozen
cars arriving yesterday, and the market is weak and
anil in consequence. Fancy Eastern, 30c: common to
choice Eastern. 2.'i@27i/ljC; Calilornta, 35@37^;>c for
store and '..-915c "-». doz tor ranch.
HONEY— rUte Honey continues In good demand
at firm prices. Choice White Comb. loigillc: do, iv
1-Ib frames, 1991 3 c; ordinary Com by 899 c; White
extracted. email@example.comC: amber, S9o*___-efi lb.
BEESWAX— Quotable at 2*.*%®25c V 1 tb.
FRESH FRUIT— Table Grapes are higher under
reduced stocks, but Wine Grupis continue slow and
weak. Quinces are quiet. Common Apples are
slow, but strictly fine are wanted. Huckleberries are
quotable at 9910 c ? Ib: Wisconsin cranberries.
$9910 *fibbl; Cape Cod Cranberries, $9 5091160
VI obi: Raspberries, $1 1@13 %1 chest; Quinces. 40<S
66c V* box; Grapes. 411@65c for Muscats, 4U(s6sc for
Verdells, 35®65c for Rose or Peru, 35(ii.6i)c for
Black Maivoisi*. 409700 V* box for 1 okay, according
to color, and 75c lor Cornichon: Zlnfandel Wine
Grapes. $11 13 V ton: other black Wine rapes, $»<a
10 "ji ton ; Cantaloupes, 75i(a$i -fir Nutmegs, 65
@75c VI crate: Apples, 40.0.75 cVt box for common
to good, Sl(<i>l 25 for choice and $1 3JfoJl 50 for
fancy: Pears, $I®l '.'6 for large and 35(gi75c for
small boxes: strawberries, $i : te9 §i chest lor large
varieties and $12 for Long worths. .--•-•
CITRUS FKUIT, ETC.— Lemons and Limes are
firm. Sicily Lemons. $7 6098; Riverside Lemons,
$393 60; l.os Angeles Lemon**. 9292 60; Mexican
Limes. $596: Bananas, $1 2692 Mr bunch: Pine
apples, $3®5 Vs dozen. •-....-."-,■•..•
' DRIED FRUITS— There lv very little change.
Peaches are neglected and f teely offered. The
other kinds ' have - uot materially for several
weeks. 'I he quotations are for fruit In sacks unless
otherwise specified. Evaporated Apples (boxes), 11
@11'<jC: sliced, S<SBV...c; quartered, 7<g7%c: Pitted
Plums, 11' 1.91:1 els lb: peeled evaporated Peaches.
22' ..i027i,..c V Ib: bleached Peaches. 10®14c: com
mon "minified do. 7910 c: bleached Apricots, sacks.
14918 c: boxes. 18919 cVI n*-. YVhite Nectarines,
17918 c*? lb: California Prunes. 7%9»%c; Grapes.
3^4(o<4c V* lb: Pears, 7(^7 \a.c V* lb lor common and
l6joil2c for quartered impeded bailletts. Figs, 2%
'tt'lijCjC: do, pressed. In boxes. 495 cV) lb.
RAISIN S-Steadv. but quiet. Layers, fancy. $2 16;
choice, $292 10: fair to good. $1 7591 SO V* box,
with the usual advance Tor fractional boxes.
NUTS— The matket is very stiff for all kinds ex
cept Chestnuts, which sre quiet at l**A9l6e V* lb.
Soltsbell Almonds, :14916c *(' - Ib; . paperebell
do, L9l6c: walnuts. il)9Uc: do papersaell, 129
13c; Chile Walnuts. 9@loc: Peanuts, 4Vs96 I .*bc for
domestic: Hickory Nuts, 8c; Pecans, 12i,t914c for
small and l.V.i)l>*c for large: FilOerts. 12i^c; Brazil
Nuts, 18®20c ¥ Ib: Cocoanuts. $596 V* loo.
"VEGETABLES— AII kinds are quiet. Cucumbers
continue depressed. Hubbard Squash Is quotable
at $25 9 ton; Marrowfat Squash. $10912 V* ton;
Egg Plant, 35950 c *fl box: Green Peppers. 40960 c
Vi box; "lonian large boxes, 31-9;. 0e for Bay:
Summer Squash, $1 2691 60: 1 Lima Beans, 49
4%c VI Ib: Cucumbers, : 25950c VI box: Cabbage,
6010160 cV* ctl: Feed Carrots, 30®4Pc: Turnips, 75c;
Beets. $1: Parsnips. $1 25 V ctl; Garlic. SOilOc **" lb.
PROVISIONS— FairIy active at Ibe old prices.
Eastern covered Breakfast Bacon Is quotable at
I tl'.'*.c V* lb: ' California smoked Bacon, 9
flioc v* lb for heavy and medium, and 139
»%c V 10 for light; 13Vii9«lc for extra light:
Baron Sides, 91,.,99-Uc ¥■ lb: Eastern Sugar-cured
Hams for city trade, 13« 4 914 c; California Bams,
salt, 12%912%c V* lb; refrigerator-cured, 139
13V-C; 1-nrd. tierces. Eastern, all kinds. 999*.'ie;
cases. 109101 L .c: California tierces, sma^Vic:
bair-bbls, nnsii'ii*; tins. lllc: palls, 10-lb. 10%e;
do, 6-!b. 10%e: kegs, - 9-*!4@loe c lb: Mess Beef.
$7 6098: extra mess do, $S 6099; • family do,
$11 60912: clear Pork, $19 BoaiO: extra prime,
$10 Got.!:: extra clear. $20i0,20 60: . incus do.
$18(0118 60 VI Mil:- Pig Pork. "i» keg. $39323;
Pigs' Feet, $13913 50 V* bbi; smoked Beer, 11-'i9
12c V. lb -
HOPS— Very strong at 32' -c for fair and 35940 c
V lb for good to choice. • Huliiers are disposed to ask
still higher prices, as stocks are beginning to get
low*. - -^». .*uwa^m„mi,liii,*»l*iaS%lai l**** l * Mi IMI
HIDES AND TELTS- Both dry and salted Hides
are depressed nt lower prices. Heavy salted steers,
B%c VI It.: medium. 6%c: light. 5%c: Cowhides,
15% c; salted Kip, Be; salted Calf, 8c; dry Hides,
usual selection, t@9'/i.c V» lb: dry Kips. -'®9%c;
dry Calf, (1991-c: prime Goatskins, 40950 c each;
nieilluin do, 25935 c; small skins, 10@20c: Deer
skins, good summer, 30®36c; medium, 25c: thin,'
20c V* lb: Sheepskins, shearlings, 10®20c: short
wool. 30®50c: medium, Cs@9oc; lung wool, 90. -'m
$1 26 V' tb. Culls of all kinds % less. liutchertowu
green skins sell relatively higher. -
TALLOW-Fair to good rendered, 3%@3%c V Ib:
refined, 4 ; >95c: Urease. 2%@3c V* lb.
- - WOOL— Dealers report an active demand at firm
prices. Fall clips: Humboldt aud Mendocino free.
16918 c: do detective, 14915 C; Sacramento Valley
free. 13016 c; doaerectlvo. 11912 c; Mountain rree.
12915 c: San Joaquin and Southern, ':911c Spring
clips: Valley Oregon, 21®23%c; Eastern Oregon,
18920 c; do fair, 16917 c V lb. .
■ BAGS— Calcutta spot, nominal: May and June.
6»/sc; Wool Bags, 36938 c*. Potato Uunules. nomi
nal. ' """;"i..ijn mg. .Bj.MJl.ni iiwmPij
■ COFFEE— The private circular of R. Ilocbkofler
gives the receipts at Hits port thus far this year at
134.0K3 bags, against 140.662 bags during tbe same
time last year. 1 The sales from first hands In Octo
ber were 125.617 bags, and tbe stock In first hands
November Ist was 4226 bags. Ihe circular says:
■'Immediately after the issue of our circular on the
21st Inst, a further advance was established lv tho
price of good green unwashed Salvador, the entire
stock available passing into consumptive and suecu
latlvo channels at 21V' 9211..C, Ibe parcels remain
ing unsold being held under lustier limits. : The
' movement was wholly local la character, due to
actual and prospective scarcity, it being evident
that present stocks will with difficulty tide the sea
son over unless arrlvris of new crop Coffees are un
usually early and large. -Good to prime Costa Rica
moves slowly, as the trade tv buying give preference
to the lowest price Coffee wltnout much regard to
actual value.:. Guntemaias and all grades from fair
downward are obtainable only from second hands
and at prices considerably above our quotations,
which are more or less nominal.: Sales between !
dealer* of common and ordinary I qualities show I
•'.--'• ' ' ".'-.'. - .- '■MJ'i-'SJV-.^'.r- ...*-■-:.>.'■ "■;,
prices fully lc ? lb above their relative value, and
these are eagerly sought for at such Azure*-. Tho
steamer City of New York, arriving 29th Inst.,
brought the Initial ■ parcel of new crop-580 oa.s
Guatemala. • Cargo not yet landed. The New York
market ruled quiet I and steady at about previous
-rates USUI, within tho past three days, when a dis
quieting minor tnat - the Brazilian Government
either had or Intended to abolish the export duty
caused a sudden decline. The report, while lacking
official confirmation, has created a nervous feeling
and business here is temporarily at a standstill. Re
ceipts at the Brazilian ports continue large, but ap
parently the necessities of consumption prevent any
accumulation of supplies there or elsewhere.
Quotations are: 22c and nominal for prime washed
Costa Kica. Salvador and Uuatemala: 21'.b@2T'4C
for good washed Costa Kiea. Salvador and Guate
iuala;'l9* / tor fair Costa Kica, Salvador and
Guatemala; 18*5491 9 Vic for medium Costa Rica,
Salvador and Guatemala: 17*49181 -jC for ordinary
Costa Kica, Salvador and Guatemala; 151317 c for
common Costa Rica, Salvador and Guatemala; 109
15c for very Inferior Costa Kica, Salvador and Guate
mala: 21% c for good green unwashed Salvador:
20%®21%0 t o r fair to good bleached unwashed
Salvador. - .--..-■
SUGAR— The California Sugar Hennery quotes,
terms net cash: Cube, Crushed, Extra Powdered
and Fine Crushed, all e-%e: Dry Granulated. ' 8 c: -
Confectioners' A. Go: Extra C. fia/gc: Golden C,
f>VsC V* Ib: Bags, Vie more than bbls. -^^kithi
Tne American sugar - Kennery quotes as fol
lows, terms net cash: Extra lino Cube. Crushed,
Flue Crushed and Powdered, ti'/ic *"*. m*. Extra
Fine Powaered, 6i,i,c; Dry Granulated. 6c: AX do.
6c: Confectioners' A. R'rtC: White Extra C, S-'iaC;
Eitra 0, o Vic; lioldeu c, oc "B n>.
San Francisco Meat Market.
The market Is well supplied with all kinds and
unchanged. . Wholesale rates from slaughterers to
dealers are as follows: . - * " ... ,„
BEEF— quality, Bo; second quality, 6@
3 c; third do, SV-S^l'/'.c
VEAL— Large. Ifao.-: small Calves, C@Se.
MUTTON— Wethers. 7c: Ewes. 6%c
LAMB— Sprlnc*Lauii>. B%®9c VI lb.
FORK— Live Hogs. 4 'KS-t'/jc for hard grain-fed:
stock Hogs, 3@'Ji/ a c V lb: dressed do,6i / ~'(67'/*"C *H lb.
ItUCBll'I'S OF FKODHOE.
MONDAY*. Nov. 3.
flour, qr sks 13.162 Bran, sks 000
Wheat, ctls 4,574 Middlings, sks 87*1
Barley. Ctls 5.612 liay. tons.. 678
Oats. ctls 1,010 Buckwheat, sks.... 3uu
Corn, sks 1,051) Wool, bis 217
Beans, 11.4BBQuIcksllver.ilsKs... 69
Potatoes, sxs B,32«;lHdes. no 323
Onions, sks 167 Itaislns. bxs 360
Dates of IJcppirturo From San Francleco.
taKosa..iSar>nieco i.Nov 4.11aji , HdWy 4
.eof . 1 Portland I Not 4.10AU Soear
nbolilt ..iHumboiilt bar.. Not 4, 8am Clay
iiinecte V Yaqmna Har.... Not 5, 4ra SeatVI*
in llmuiioldc liar.. Not 5. 9am | Hdw 1 ? 1
A.nxelcs.. Sanl'cdro NeT 6, 8am iliawy a
la Walla Vic Pet bound Not 6. 9am Ildw'y I
tralla. .. Honolulu Nov 7, 12m oceanic
lona San Dieeo. Not H.llAUiBdWvJ
jon...... Portland Not H.IOau Isnear -
tlanKcp Pu«et Sounu....iNovlO,lUAU Mlss'n 1
eka ... San l'edro INovlO. 8am IlilWr'J
l'ucbla.. .Vic* SouudiNovll, 9au Bdw-rl
.'parture or Aiucraiiau iceaiuer aepeuOJ oa tUo
SC-N A>D TIDE TABI.K.
In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Thomas
Tennknt, Chronometer and Instrument . -'- • ..
Maker. IS Market street.
AM 1 0.
For hate Shipping Intelligence tee Second rage.
. Monday, Not 3.
Stmr Newsboy, Liebig, 22 hours from Shelter
Cove; 260 cds bark, to lleyman & Mayer.
Stmr West Coast, Stanton, 20 hours from Fort
Bragg: 190 M ft lumber, to Fort Krazg Redwood Co.
Haw stmr San Mateo, Colville, 4 (lays fin Uoiuax;
4200 tons coal, to s P Co. -
Stmr crescent City, Stoekfleth, 31 hours from
Crescent City; pass and mdse. to Hobbs. Wall * Co.
Br ship liomsdal. Smith. 124 days frm Liverpool;
mdse. to J D spreckels A Bros. *-»•'■.■•-
Ship Two Brothers, Windro vv, 16 days from Taco
ma: 2400 tons coal, to S P Co.
Br shin '.arlield, Couby, 75 days from Newcastle,
NSW: 3332 tons coal, to Balfour, Guthrie Ac Co.
Bktn CC Funk. Glaser, 7 days from Karl cut; 8000
cs salmon to Alaska Improvement Co.
W n schr .lane Gray, Kclley. IS days from Fox Isl
and: 67 bids oil, 1600 lbs boue. to w 11 Kelley.
Scbr W V Jewctt, Si'rague, 7 days from Uuipqua;
700 M ft lumber, to '-arduier Mill Co.
Scbr Edward Parke. Larsen, 3 days from Hum
boldt: 2:10 M ft lumber, to Uolbeer & Carson. -
Scbr Ida schnauer, Beck, 7 days from Coos Bay;
lumber, to order.
Schr Lily, Noyes, 1 days from Humboldt: 230 M
ft lumber, to order.
Scbr Vega, Basmussen, 12 days from Grays Har
bor: 300 M ft lumber, to S c siade A Co.
Schr C T Hill, i urlolf. 23 hours from Russian
Lauding; 185 M ft lumber, to Cottoucva Lumber Co.
Scnr Portia, Cnlstrup, 20 hours from Stewarts
Polut: 60 cds wood, 61) cds bark, to Higgins A Col
Schr Rio Rey, Islzkeit, 21 hours from Bowens
Lauding; 90 Mft lumber. 200 M posts, to C L Dlu
gley A Co.
Schr Howard, Dodd, 6 days from Humboldt; 40
M shakes, 1952 M shingles, to J c Haw-lev.
Scbr W 8 Phelps. Peterson. 48 hours from Mendo
cino: lumber, to Mendocino Lumber Co. .-
Schr Laura Pike, Anderson, 6 days from Hum- '_
boldt:2,lßo.2sosnmgles. to Charles Nelson.
Schr Olga. liodln, 23 days from Honolulu; pass
and 9592 bags sui:ar, to Williams. DlmondA Co:
4891 bags sugar, to E L G Steele A Co.
MnsD.iv. Nov 3.
Stmr Colima, Long, Panama, etc; W It A Johnson.
Stmr Santa Rosa. Alexander, San Diego; Goodail,
Perkins A Co.
Stmr State of California, Ackley, Portland; Good
all. Perkins & Co.
Stmr Humboldt, ,J«sscn, Eureka: Searles « Stone.
Stmr Tillamook, l.c Baluster. Mazatlan and Mex
ican ports; Livingston. Clark A Co.
Ship Luclle, Sherman, New York; John Rosen
Brship W.l I'irrie, Webster, Liverpool; Girvlu,
Baldwin & Eyre.
Monday, Nov 3.
Stmr Coos Bay! Nicholson, Point Arena.
Stmr Colima, Austin. Panama.
Stmr San Pedro. Hewitt, Tacoraa.
Ship Luclle. Sherman, New York.
Br ship Celeste rtnrrill. Hams, Liverpool.
Br ship liesdcmoiia, Baron, Liverpool.
- Scbr Dare, Perry. . ■--"•-;
SchrGussie Kloee. Oisen, Point Arena.
Schr Sylvia Handy. Hobbs.
point LOitos-Nov 3— 10 r. st - Weather
hazy; wind N W, velocity 10 miles.
Oct 56— I.at 340 S. lon 26 43 W. ship J F Chap
man, from New York for San Francisco.
Per Br ship ttomsdal— July 23— Lat 9 tt, lat 18 W,
Br ship Wendaur. from London for San iranclsco.
Oct 19— Lat 24 N. lon 128 W, Nor ship Prince Ed
ward, from Newcastle, Eng, for San Francisco. All
Per stmr Newsboy— Nov 3— Oil Point Reyes, wh
schr Jane Gray.
Monday, Not 3.
The schr American liny. Hammond, lumber-laden
from Grays Harbor for San Frauclsco, weut ashore
on North Faiailones, between 4 and 5 o'clock this
morning. In a dense fog. The crew was picked up
about 5 miles from the Islands by tug sea Queen and
taken Into port. i The tug returned to the schr and
reports that she Is going to pieces.
Per bktn C C Funk-Left scbr II C Wright loading
. Domestic Ports. -
. SEATTLE— SaiIed Not 3— Ship Commodore, for
GRAY'S HARBOR— Sailed Nov 2— Schr EX Wood,
for South America. ' »
BOWENS LAN Arrived Not 3— Schr Mon
tery. hence Oct SO.
STEWARTS POINT-Salled Not 2— Schr Portia,
for San Fraucisco.
ALBlON— Arrived Not 2— Scbr Mary Gilbert, hce
PORT MADlSON— Arrived Nov Bark North
west, hence Oct 16.
■ COOS BAY— Sailed Not I— Brig Tanner, for San
Kilt — Arrived Nov 3-Schr Ida McKay, hce
Oct 26; schr Mary Knhne, hence Oct 22; schr Emma
Claudlna, hence Oct 25.
Sailed Nov 3-Schr Robert and Minnie, for San
Francisco. •- ' ' „
ROGUE RIVER-Satied Oct Sehrs Mary De
leo, Chetcoand Berwick, all for San Francisco.
COQUILLE-Solied Oct 31-Schr Del None, for
San Francisco. _ '"'.'" ~ 'L'J'--'" .
- MENDOCINO- Arrived Nov 3— Schr Electro, hce
SAN PEDRO— Sailed Not 3-Stmr Scotia. "
PORT TOWNSEND- Arrived Nov 3— Schr Laura
May, hence Oct Id. - - _. '„ , ••
" ASTORIA— SaiIed Nov 3-Stmr Oregon and schr
Bertie Minor, for San Francisco; Ger ship Renea
Kickmers, for I nlted Kingdom.
' Kasteru Ports'.
BALTIMORE— CIeared Oct 31— Ships Florence
and Win G David, for San Francisco.
NEW YOHK-Sal'ed Nov I— Ship Henrietta, for
Portland. Ship I'll. inner, for San F'rauclsco; stmr
City of Para, for Colon.
pHILADLLFIIIA-SallcdNOTl-Sblp St Charles,
tor San Francisco. -
Fore Ith Ports.
MELBOURNE— Arrived Oct 31— r.r ship Lennla
Burrlll, for Burrarl Inlet. ■•■
--t-t YOKOHAMA— Arrived Nov I— Br stmr Batarla,
- SHIELHS— SaiIed Not I— Ger ship C II Watjen,
for San Francisco.
ACAPULCO— SaIted Oct 31— Stmr San Juan^for
-1-RAWLE POlNT— Passed Not 1— Brshlp Celtic
Chief. ft iiirjjjw:^- .. .
FALMOUTH-Salled Not 1-Ger hark £olus, tot -
Sunderland. ■ ■ ■
LIVERPOOL— Not I— Br ship Scottish
Hills, for San Francisco.
- NANAlMO— Sailed Not 2— Bark Oregon, Tor San
Francisco: ship Warhusett. for San Frauclsco. -
DEPARTURE HAY— Sailed Nov 2-Nlc bark Bun
daleer, for San Francisco.
- AUCKLAND— SaIIe J Not 3— Stmr Alameda, for
San Francisco. C
CRESCENT CITY— Per Crescent City— S<)4 ca sal
mon. 195 M ft lumber. 60 M shakes. 3 bdls hides, 3
2 pkgs mdse. 9 bbls bottles, 4 rls leather, 2 kegs 43
bxs butter, 1 coop chickens.
X LIVERPOOL— Per Hr ship Romsdal— 296 pkgs 95
crates earthenware. 6996 bxs tlnplate, DOcsUs steel
wire, 100 tons 4 lots pig Iron. 8398 sks salt. 600 cs
beer, 141 es 1 cask hollow glass, 45 cs 23 csks china,
65 bbls ginger ale, 35 csks thread. 56 qr casks 108
octvs 6 cs wine, 125 cs 72 csks 11 pkgs mdse, 7 pkgs
IS cs effects, 2 cs 1 101 l baskets, 1 cs billiard chalk,
430 cs 62 octs whisky, 3000 bags pumice, 195 casks
soda ash. 2615 Iron flasks, 20 octs 60 cs brandy, 13
csks glassware, scs linoleum, 6 bhds porter, 70 ca
stout. 70 cs ale. 49 cs glass, 1 bicycle, 185 csks 945
cs 30 bbls bottled beer, 600 cs batn brick, l csk glue,
ii'J pkgs cordage, 30 anchors and stocks. 230 pkgs
wood pulp, 150 drums 20 bbls caustic soda, 60 drius
6 bul.- linseed oil, 60 cs gin. 30 frames felt. 1 case
lilght lamps. ■'
- Per Crescent City-llobbs, Wall * Co; A S Turner- '
Pollard & Dodge: Martin, Feusler A Co; J It Four*
att; Btsslnger A Co; Smith's Cash Store; L Altchell
A Co; ' O 11 Smith A Co: C E Whitney A Co; I Lowe
Bros: Wltzcl A Baker; Dodge, Sweeney A Co; US
Brewery; Mcllenry A Co; Ilegler A Johnson: A
Zekind; Vervalln A Howe; Wheaton A Luhrs; Main
A Winchester; M Mclirlde: Ilackmelr's Hotel
V- Per Br ship Komsda> — Wangenhelm, Sternhelin
41 Co: London and San Francisco Bank; Order; Cerf
Schloss A Co; Nathan, Doorman * co; a Kruttner"
will A Flnck; J 1) Spreckels A Bros; J de Fremery
* Co; Bellman Bros* Co; SLJonesACo; Kelgen-'
baum a Co; Holbrook, Merrill A Stetson: J Cart -in,
McCarthy A Co: Anglo-California Hank: i Mlienthal
A Co; Safety Nltrh Powder Co; XT A > Sloane: W H
Campbell: W Holm; Forbes Bros; The Metropolitan
Match Co: D J Donahue; J Cunningham; E Boote* J
M Josselyn: E A Newman : Lowenthal, i Livingston I
A Co; A Crawford A Co; Hack A Co; Cbaa Melaeeke *