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4___jHAT alls you. my beart?
V r >l ■ Are yoiietcfcT AreyouioreT
B BJ ■ Are you dead, or alive ?
TbuuKb your plight 1 Moplere,
I know not, for my part,
Why so poorly you thrive.
What ails you, my heart?
In your dawn, t> my heart.
Like a musical wave
Of a fairy-land lake..
You danced blithe and bra re.
\\ ith-iut thought, without art,
\ < r Kweet slngtug's sake,
You saDg, v tuy heart.
In your morning, my heart,
You were lovcM. and did lure.
With a curious pa*siou.
Part as au?eis above
Love '.'■>!. and in part
Iv the sweet buinaa fashion
Of youtb, O my heart.
In your noon, O my heart,
You yearned for the light,
Your <lrslre was Tor fame
In the battle for right.
You played a high part;
Vcu won s pure name—
Then vrhut alls you, my heart ?
, What Is lacking, my heart*
\> hat you craved has beeu given.
You have wrought; you h:ive learned-
Then wnat Mi ret unsurlveu,
What 111 beyond art.
■\Vbat page v«-t unturned,
liars jour peace, O my heart?
Vet hear. 0 my heart ! *
BOOMM IS IllUdlOU,
To love Is to :<'s-,
And content ts confusion.
Ask tbe gods to impart
All you lain would refuse-
All you rear, o my heart!
Ask for death, O my heart!
for that death, bittersweet,
That is quick in th<- grave,
Aud outlives Itte's defeat.
Only then will dopurt
Tim peace of the slave,
Auo true peace come, my heart.
Immortal, my heart,
li your blrtii — ts your fate.
Id bonds finite who wait.
I'iuy nor sell In earth's mart,
1 or the rose of desire
Is surrender, my heart!
JxUinn Miiuthurnc. in harper** Magazine for Janu
THE GIRL IN THE CAB.
lIX London, not many hundred yards
■j from the rows of tall houses and trim
_' squares which contain nil that is most
n^pectable in Bayswater— and very awe
inMiiring that respectability is— lie some
very gloomy, very dirty, and very much
neglected .'lums, which, if they do not con
tain as lar^e a proportion of the criminal
classes as do sonce of the courts and alleys
of the East End, contain a gond many
members of that class whose means of liv
ing are too precarious to Nave their integ
rity absolutely above suspici n.
Charlie Esiriugton felt this as he picked
his way tliiough the puddles, and wished
he had wailed half an hour for his tram at
Latimet rnau instead of making a shortcut.
He hail been playing ihe banjo at a penny
reuding-tfO called because nobody read and
admission was free— or^auiz-d by the euer
g<-:ic incumbent of St. Cuthberl's.
Short cuts, as every one kuows, are often
the longest ways, aud Charlie very soon
found himself in a blind alley between two
di'.rk rows of fuualid cottaee!«, with a bank
wall and a heap of rubbish at thecini, which
last lie could feel and smell only. He now
began to wish he had taken his wife to the
pi-nny-i fading, in which case they would
have gone home together in a hansom,
whereas ucw he was trying to return on the
cheap, as a dutiful young husband should.
There were some very suspicious-looking
customers slinking out of that cottage,
should ho a;-k them the way? Botter not,
i erbaps. A banjo is not an effective weapon,
autf he was all xlonr and he had his gold
watch an. l chain on, given him by his friends
utthe bank when he married. If only he
could get a cab uowl And tJ:-n, as if in
an>wer to his wish, there came a hansom
trotting into the blind alley till the horse
neatly struck the wall with his head, aud the
Oliver pulled it back ou its haunches aud
A pretty girl was in the cab. Sbe saw-
Charlie by the light of the cab lamps and
called out in a (rtehteiifd voice:
"Can you tell me wheie lam, sir? I
think the driver is taking me the wrong
'J he driver was turning his horse rapidly
and using the whip.
" Where do jou want to go?" said Charlie
FarriugU'U, going to the horse's head and
" To ( hester square."
Charlie Farriugton whistled to himself.
He stood where the driver could get a
lull view of liis stalwart frame by the
light of the cab lamps, lie was six feet
two in his stockings and ex-captain of a
foot-ball club, and he. said to the driver:
"Li ok here, my friend, this is not the
May to Chester square an.l you know it."
The n. an grunted that he had iost his bear
"Then you had better nud.thcm again,"
said Farringt'cn, dryly, "or you will have a
cup of tea with me. Will you allow me to
c. in>- witn you?*" he continued, raising his
bat to the plrl In tlm cab, and as she said
n . thing he got in and sat oesiile her.
She trembled and clung to his arm, which
be ra'lier liked.
'■Where was he taking me to?" .she said.
"Due west instead of south," he replied.
"Shoul i 1 have been robbed aud mur
dere<i if you had not come?"
"I don't know. I always thought yarns
about wicked cabmen and their victims were
all nonsense till vow. Certainly it looked
"I've heard they sometimes stab you
through t!i« little trap," she said, clinging
still lnoie Closely to him in her agitation
and fright, and apparently goniK to faiut.
"1 never knew them to do any worse
than look down," he answered, thinking of
hU encaged clays. "Curious," he continued,
"very cm ions, l'ou say you came from
Vicar, gf Gate, and I could have sworn I
saw this gray hoise and cab with yellow
wheels standing outside the concert-hall
P\e I.e. :i Mugiug at."
Kh-e uiil not answer. Was she really going
to fainl? How awkward— he had* better
put Ins arm around her waist to steady her.
A jjlt made her lurch very near him, and lie
fell the little gloved hand fall uuon his.
Hn pressed it slightly for a few moments;
t. i-i. be thought of Mrs. Farrington sitting
up waiting to give him his whisky and soda,
and he repented and dropped it Still he
rather enjoyed the drive; more, perhaps,
tl.au his good little wife would have done if
slie had seen him. The driver evidently
was ou his best behavior, and was taking
ih. m straight to Chester square.
■ " i write down the man's number
and Inform the police of tins," he said,
presently ; "what is it?" The little plate
was lather blurred and hard to read inside
the cab. " I'll call apolicenian now, I think,
■uil take you on in a tresti cab."
"Please don't," she said, Quickly, though
in a rather timid voice, "the truth of tlie
matter ie, my people think I have been in
tlie country for the day, but I have really
been to see a friend whom I— who — you
know- one has one's private pals. A good
fellow like you will uuderstand."
1 be slang rather jarred on Charlie Far
rington, aud ibo voice was not quite a re
" You mean that you would rather have
no fuss maUei"'
".'1 hat's it," she answered; "I thought
you'd understand. The cabby may have
meant to murder me, but to give him into
cuatndy aud to have to give evidence of
where 1 took him from would be worse."
Charlie lookeu inquisitively at her. She
had ceased clinging to his arm and was
lying will back in the cab. Suddenly she
peered out of the window, lifting the little
blind at the side to see the house better.
"Here is the square," she said; "he has
ccuie along well; do you mind getting out?
We must col drive up to tbe house to
"Thank you, so much," she said, pressiDg
bis ritiKcra rather bard. He reciprocated
alightl)-, though he was a young married
man and a very good husband, too. "You
have saved my life, perhaps."
"Does the driver know your number?"
"Yes ; I told him when I got iv."
And off she ilrove.
"Mie must live right to the other end of
tbe square," said Charlie to himself as he
walked In the same direction, and saw the
iiauM.in steadily pursuing Us way. "By
Jovel they are passing the church 1 The
villain can't bo playing more tricks; he
must know I should have his number.
Phew I 1 must go home before I do any
thing. I wish I'd not got out."
Aud home he went to his little house, and
his wife was very glad to see him back so
early. But befoie be could toll her any
tbimz about his drive— and he meant to tell
tier something— she cried out:
"Why, where Is your watch?"
Sure enough, it was gone; presentation
watch, chain and ail his money and his pearl
duds, nipped clean off at the setting, as if
with a pair of shears.
Then he managed to tell his story— more
ol it, perhaps, than he originally intended,
lor there was some reproach in bis wife's
eves as she tried to console him, and they
talked over what they should do.
. But the constable on duty outside the con
cert ball knows nothing of the man who
drove a gray horse iv a yellow-wheeled han
som, and who was waiting tbere when tbe
people came out on the nigbt of the peony
And there is no cab licensed with the num
ber .00156.— Selected.
How to Kill a Turtle.
A big turtle afforded the usual amuse
ment for men and boys In front of a Madi
ton-btn et restaurant. An on-looker raised
up.liis voice und said he would bet a dollar
(but no one in the crowd could tell the
process by which a turtle Is killed. Whether
no one know, or whether tne crowd had
been caueht in the Baring Brothers' whirl,
is not known, but the bet remained open.
Tbe man lowered it to a half, and it still re
mained "ou the table." After lie had de
parted another man, a little fellow without
any overcoat or shirt-collar, said: "If I
bad had any stuff I would have taken that
bet. I aa< a professional turtle-killer. The
business is a profession, and isn't picked
np in a day. Now, I frill explain
to you gentlemen how to kill a
turtle. 1 know none of you could do it after
I tell you, but I want to show you that the
duffer wuo bluffeil the cruwd doesn't know
it all. See? X«w pay attention. First
persuade your turtle to stick out his head,
and when he. does you cut his throat If
be pets obstinate and refuses to stick out his
head it may be necessary to grab the bead
with a pair of strong nippers and hold the
head between them until the throat is cut.
Then >■■ v cut the muscles that connect the
body with the shell and leave the turtle to
die. Now, how many of you can tell me
how long that will take? Nouc. Of course
not. You don't know. Well, ahoiu twenty
four hours. There is a good deal of the hu
man about a turtle. It likes to hang on, the
turtle does. If I bad bad the stuff I could
have won that bet." A iihilanthropic mail
in the crowd, who said he was fond of turtle
siiuii, tipped the man a quarter and passed
on.— Chicago Tribune.
THE STOCK MAKKET.
Firmness characterized nSlutnfz stocks yesterday
Potosl soul up to $5 37^^u the arternouu call of
tlie San Francisco Ilonru, while tbe stock touched
C576 In tlie Facinc i . .v .:. Bullion rose to *'J 40
.ii.ii tlie other stocks were also strong.
Theclcse was much lower, as » 111 be seen lielow.
Local securities were dull, with a decline In
Safety Nitro i'owUer to $7 75.
The German SaviutfS and Loan Society has de
clared a dividend of 5.40 per cent per annum on
term deposits ami 4*£ per cent ou ordinary de
tHlllf.|HJltllltiJill 1111 y Sd.
The Merchants' Kichange Bank (in liqul'latlon
for the i>ast fifteen years; lias declared another divi
dend, payable on the -'•! li.
Following were the sales yesterday In the San
Fna&sco Mock Hoard :
KEG I I Alt SK-SMON— 9:3O A. If.
300 A Win !'f>]sU U C * V 2.60 100 Ophlr 2»4
SO Belcher. l.4o ISO II Vi li-u i.7u
6U 1.15 50 l'l-01u1..1.it l OOU verm.. I. SO
6 IVi -'I'UKxi'hu 66| 100 F0t0ai... 5.00
100 Belle 1 60 -'4O i> « 0...1.3S 80U 5Vi
160 i; * 8... 2.04800 II a N... 1.3b 460 f>' 6
6 '.Mil 100 Justice... .!).V3OOSaTUF...I.tSO
2150 BUIIIOU)L36| 'JO Kr.-i., hi I. .Ml m: & M. .90
7uo Hexlcaa2.BU 100 Uni0n.... 1.b0
joo OledoaJJuSS 10 -J.;is 'Juo Utan 46
lOUCnall C. 1.00 100 N Com bu 'JSU W C0m. ...15
liOO CUollar...'J l j|UOO Occld 85|
AI-TKItNOON SEhJiION — 2:30.
60 Alpha. 93 100 CUollar..'.'.'JO 150 F0t051....5'< 8
50 U & 11...U.15 60 2M|IIMI S 114 M... i>o
150 a. 11l SUl'C* V.L'.tili 100 !- .n.-\ ...!.<-.
250 Hodle 70600 ClmD Jo| 511 1.00
60 B. 1 ! IJO C 1'01n1.. 1.1l ll.'O S Klne '.!.">
tiUO bu11i0n. .2. 35 lUO N l .until Til 100 t'1i1»Q....1.«0
•iO V!.4U .150 OCi i'ln 7O'^6ODtaa 45
100 a.3o| 50<)nhir....'j.au :so w i;wu....45
'.'ii.m ...n-iiiii.:.,.-;!' ■ I'M l'.iti .1. . .L ■ , to VJackec.l.go
lOOComtn... ..»5| I
Following were tbe sales in tlie Pacific Stock Hoard
RM.PTAR fcKSSION — 10:30.
100 AIMi» !'5 500 Bodle 65 'JOOOceidnt... 80
lUO 9H300 Cale<loim..4U 150uublr ...'J.!<5
■JOO l.liU'luO CliallC.l.bi' U0f0t0a1...4.U0
100 Alta 7*l*oo 1.70 iOO i.Vb
100 Amies lie jOO ■ . . .!. ...-,: 100 6', 4
100 Beicner.l.s. 100 u< £ V . ! 20 5» 8
100 1.40 .D 30...2.60100 5Va
150 IS & 8...J.0U 00 (; Imp 17'iUO 6«- s
•jua Bunion.. .'J' StiOCroekerl'A&BOO b :i t
300 2.41 '.;0 l 1'01m..1.2U MiO SHVage...J5 8
100 ..s 10... -J.4i uo Eicnu 681260 5c0rpi0n.. 16
iOO ..s H0... 2.41 uu 57!ii>0 .-> !1iM....92
100 ..s 50.....'- UOll i C....13 5 :.150S Nev ...l.tiO
200 2.« iO II £ 5...1.4. j'JOU Uni0n.... 1.U0
650 JM uj Krnturkl.OulllHJ ]■"■»
300 ..b 30. ...•-!'„ iIJO LadvW ...VOiiOO Utah 44
150 2M 1 i' Mri:r. .ii... .>■ 16UY J.ic»i .;.;•'
100 2.« i |:oo Mono 45;
AFTKKNOON BBBUOV — -:30.
100 AlDha a^lUO Caledona..3S lOOOcclii
100 Alta 70 2CO C'liail C..1.601 ..bUU 75
250 is* 8....2.05 ICO 1.65 SO P0t051....6=a
2bu Uodie 7u 3UO Ch.iliar..2.:iU2oo 6' 4
lUO 68 100 ..t) 30... 2. 20 1(10 ..b 30 bhi
1250 Itullioull.Bo 60 2.20 100 ..b 30 5i H
lUO ..s 1U... .2.6ii 100 V.IdI'.OO 5.00
100 ..b 30... 2. 60 JOO -1. 101160 S B.t M... UU
300 a. 55 ISO L'l'oint..l.'JO 100 »>e»...1.85
K'O ..s 30... J. 55 200 1.10 100 1.60
2uo v.35:.*.00 Kicheu....seioo Union. ...l.nu
mio 2.30ia00 eo^.oo Ltßh 46
100 ..b 30. ..2.3a 160 Mexican !2.50 JOO VJaciol.l.i'O
100 ..b30...V!.:fu JUOMono 4 5 250 1.80
•JOO C Imp ]!• 200 Overm...l.SU 100 1.55
auo 20] I
Fkidat. Dec. 26-4 r.H.
Jttd. +*■■■ Jill. A iked.
AlpbaCon t<s 90Juitlce 96 i.oo
Alta 70 75 Kentuek 00 85
Audes 65 70 l.ady >Yasbugn. 20 V 6
fceicuer 1.40 1.45 LoconiotiTe _ us
Belle Isle 40 SOMellcuu 2.25 2.30
Benton (.'on.. .1.00 —Mono 46 60
1 ■'■: a l.r.i i.ir .2 mi 2.lo>'nvajo 15 20
liodle 60 65 Nev (jueen 40
Bullion 2.20 -.-. ■1 . ie !-.-■ 76 8U
Imiwer 10 — ;N tomuionwith 65 70
laleuouia 35 4l>>Uerldental 70 76
Iballenge Lon.. 1.50 1.6E U|iuir 2.75 2.1-0
(hollar 2.05 'J.lO UTcrmaii 1.70 1.75
CommuHeaiiu.. 90 1.00 leer _ 10 15
f1 .. 1 ... >i V1r..2.50 *J.t;OJeiTlesi 10 15
(on New Yort.. VO 25 Pt-tosl 4.95 6.00
Confidence 4.90 —Savage 1.60 1.66
con Imperial... 16 2u;s B & Mules c. 86 in
(rocker 10 lijSci.ruton 10 15
Crown 10in;... 1.10 1.15 Sierra Nevada.. 1.55 1.00
Del Monte — 60 silver Hill 20 25
Exchequer 60 65 lijlou Con 1.55 1.60
1 • a Curry. l.UO J.3sl'tau 40 45
t.raiidl'rue.. . 15 20 Weldun 05 10
Hale 4 >0rcr5..1.30 1.35 V Jacket 1.80 1.b6
Julia 15 2o|
FimiAT, Dec. "J6— i! T. K.
Bia. Atked. MA. AikrH.
USBds.4'i...iißTi)liu>-H l'aolflcLlnhtit. 7tii:. T,~ t
CntaCoWß<ls.loo-/8l0;'i-,S * (iasliciit.. 57 '" 57i-
Dupnt-st ildi.llß 140 btktonU&ll. 30 60"
f ACIlseKyU. — 108 !cai-5t X X 108>.4 —
Mil'ltltlids... — 102 CeMral UK... — 141.:,
Mkt-stKKßds — 125 i:. City X B — 100
N I' CoastKß. 90 102 ";1' 4 c Use Ky — 40
>' VV. X Uds.. — llni>oeary-Bt H K. 92 —
MtyofCalßds — 115 ' N lii MItR. 65 60
UniuluusCßd.ll7 llT'.i'oiliulbus It K. — 76
P40KR8Ui...117 — iPrcaimo X X.. — "J9
PACllKyli.is. HO looy»;Ang:oNev as. 94Vi PKVi
rowl-itßyßd.ua 118 Culironiia Ins — 114V3
SI'KRArIIISUUIO4 107 ICoiuiuarc'llua 82V- —
fl'RßCallirts.llO 113'/- 'Kiremau'a Fd. — "100
SPKRCaIItSs. 99Va — 'iHoniß Mutual.lso 156
Sl'lirKt'ailim — 10»y s Stale Jnvcstm 7B —
SVWater 65.. — 120 IL'lilon Ins.. .. S3/i 87VJ
SVWater4's.. — 96 Atlantic pow. — 43
A; _•.'■•(::.;:.... — 80 Cal 10wder...150 —
BankorCai. ..J79 -->» Ulant Powder — 63
CaiSafeDeboj — 49 isal'ty.NlU'ow. 74 8
rirstNatlSanlc — 17SVSi Vljront Puw.. SV 6
LP4Amß»nlc.l22 127 iVulcan I'ow.. — ' 14
LABKUauK. 35 — Cal Elec Llubt IHI4 17
Pacific Bank.. — 170 Cal Klec >V»s. 2^ 7
MorchExßul — 25 Haw'n Coin... 14V» 15
!»:■- l.i'.s iv. IB -- Ilutch'nSurw 10 —
Contra Cos \T. — 95vy.Iuds'iiM'tcCo 1M 21
MarinCoW... — 48 Oceanic SS,. — 89' i
8 V Water.... 93 94 IVBS*. 8... 70 71
Central lias... »a 100 1.. 1 :. .1 >.m. — 84
Los .f . - (iaa. 55 — lac Phonozh. — '2
Oakland U.U.. 34 :n ■' . la Woudnw a — 86
Pai Uallui Co — i..-.',
Board— l 6SF Gaslight, 67; 15 Bank of Califor
Board— 2oo Safely Mtro Powder, 6: 150 do, 7^4 •
6 do, 7%.
SOMETHING TO LAUGH AT.
"Hark! Somebody 13 t laving a delight
ful bit of Wagner."
"Oh, that's only Jam's shoveling coal
into the furnace."— Life.
• • •
" That's right, my bny. I'm glad you have
thrashed the miller's sou; but what had he
done to you?" "He ssiiil I looked like you,
father."— Fliegende Blatter.
• • «
Trivvet (sadly)— l have done all lean to
make Miss Ophelia love me, but sue re
mains obdurate. Uicer (unfi-e!inglv)— Why
not hypnotize her?— Chicago Inter Ocean.
• » •
"Can women be tho heads of business
firms iv this country?" "Yes, but there's
one jKjsition they nnver assume, If mar
ried.' 1 "The senior member?" "No, the
• • •
The following written definition of the
word "bachelor" wns handed iv by a fifth
grade boy: "A bachelor is a man who lias
no wife, nor wants no wife, nor can't get no
wife."— Luliui; Signal.
• • •
Miss Brenton— l'll marry you under one
condition. Baron llariz— l vill agcept any
Condition, niein own. Miss Brenton— Get
Dick Westend's consent. I've been engaged
to him for a week, and he might want to
keep me.— Judge.
• • »
She (reproachfully)— l didn't get a Christ
mas present. He (gallantly) — Probably
Santa Claus was unable to see anything so
diminutive as your stocking. 'And he
basked in the radiance of her smile during
the remainder of the evening.— N. Y. Her
• • •
In Paris: Mr. Packer— l guess I'll buy
Ihe picture, Maria.
Maria— But, papa, the picture Is low in
tone aud color.
Mr. Packer — What's the difference. 1
ain't buying a music-box.— Texas Sittings.
" Hey. lady, you have dropo'd your musk
ratcollar!" He held Itouitoher, and three
or four pedestrians came to a halt. She was
equal to the occasion. Drawing herself up,
aud assuming all tliedigulty of a queen, she
waved the boy aside and said : "Thank
you, little boy, but some poor woman prob
ably dropped iL My seal-skin collar is safe
Ht home." — Detroit Free Press.
S JACOBS OIL
R °tX Hagemo^Md..
,2 jKJKsrbi? '%«r^r tty
medicine, St. Jacobs family, have used St.
2iit££ e<lm d of h heu ' Jacob » Oil for neu-
MMlCiweSlngof'the and toun «* "
knee. It lithe best In * ipecdy, effective
the universe." cure."
J. If . L. Ponn. Has. Agnes Kxlut.
IT HAB NO EQUAL.
WlB eodiSu em
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27. 1890-ETGHT PAGES.
SEA AND SHORE.
Beport of tlie British Ship Tox.
tetb , From London.
Arrival of the Steamer Australia— Latest From
the Wrecks at Santa Eosalia-Mu
tiny on the Carondelct.
Among the arrivals yesterday was the
British s!iip loxttlh, Captain VYliiting, 146
days from London, with a cargo of general
merchandise for Meyer & Wilson. The
captain reports that off the Horn the ship
encountered a succession of northwest galrs,
and was 25 days from r>G° south In the At
lantic to CU° south in the Pacific. Made
Picdras Blancas on December 19th, nud had
to heat up to port against northeast winds.
Captain Whiting also reports that on Nu
vember 223, iv latitude 15° 52' south, longi
tude 101° 25' west, Charles Scott, a native of
Wales, 'M years of age, fell from the lower
niHiulopsiiil yard on to the bridge leaaing to
the po;p dr ck and was killed instantly. He
was buried at sea.
The weather was liszy at Point Lolos yes
terday and the wind all day light from the
uorlheast. The barometer read: At 8
•/clock iv the morning, 30.15; at neon, 30.15;
at 5 o'clock in the aftrrnoon, 30.09.
THE WBSCKS AT SAXTA KOSALIA.
Cai'tam T. P. H. Wliiielaw, the wrecker,
retuint'ri on Thur;day evening from Sunta
Kdsalia, Mexico, and was ou 'Change yes
terday. Keparding ilio wrecked vessels,
Selene and A. Thiers, which he recently
purchased down there, tlie veteran wrecker
says that their hulls arc so badly damaged
that it would not pay to haul them olf the
beach and repair them, aud his wrecking
crew is now engaged iv stripling the vessels
and saving the anchors, chains, rigging and
everything that can lie salved.
Tlie Selene had on bourd when she went
:i->1:. .!• 400 tons of coal and cuke aud 40
tons of coi»per matte aud the Thiers had 500
tons of coal. This has been saved and
sold, the e.'al for S8 per ton ntid the coke
for £10. The ves>>els «r« high and dry, a
sand-bar Imving formed around them by the
Action of tlie waves, ai:d it is probable that
ihc hull-, will be broken up and brought to
this city and sold for old iron.
The t-teauier Australia, Captain ILmd
lette, arrived jesteraay, seven days frcm
Ilomliilu, brmuing thirty-nine cabin and
fourteen steerage pMsengpre. Among tlie
cargo Mie brought were 9e44 laj;s sugar,
i2OS of lice, 7t"JU bunches and Sits b< xes of
bananas, one merry-go-toond, 144 eases
b< j ;el leave*, tliirty-iiiiee cases fiuit and one
box coin (81620.)
mutiny ox the CAnoxi)i;i.r.T.
The s-hip Cnroudelet left Pott Tuwnsend
on Wednesday for Port Pirrie. Austialia,
» ith l,()00.(iou feet ol lumber, vulued at Sll,
3(iO. On Tueaday a non-ui;iou crew that li.nl
been »hiji|(d refused to obey onters. Inking
uuibruge Bt unit a tion of Boyle, llie chief
mate. The men refused to turn to until he
whs discharged and the assistance of a
li -venue Cttttrr was c»l!ed and the men wero
all placed in irons. 'J hey broke their irons
after the cutter left and took charge of tho
ship. 'The revenue cutler was ueam called
ou aid the mutinies weie iioued hand iiiid
foot separately. !>ix volunieered to work
BDd weie released and the \>>sel towed to
sen, the recalcitrant ones being still in
The steamer Jeanic, Captain Porter, ar
rived yesterday, ll days lioin tieattle, and
the steamer Eiupire, Captain lititler, 10 days
lrom Departure Buy. Both vessels put into
Xenh Bay on account of the recent heavy
gales ou ihe coast, and weie nve days com
iuu down f:om tin-re.
Captain Fuss of the rr.an-of-war Sperher
unvtilcd a monument ut Apia, Samoa, hist
month to the memory of the men lest during
the hurricane on the Germau war-ships two
yeais ngo. Consul-Geucral Stuebel iiml all
the German residents in banioa were pres
ent at the ceremony.
BOOHS FOR ST. VIXCEXT.
Q. W. UcNeai has securrd the British
steamer Stratbclytfe to load a full cargo of
whe:it for tSt. Vincent for orders. This is
tin' lirst ttt-ainer Chartered for wheat toad-
Ins at this por tin upward of n year. The
lan previous steamer for this purpose was
the Southern California, which j-aiied hence
for St. Vmceut November 14, 1888. This
steamer was brought cut from Eng and for
thn coal trade between British Colombia
and Wilmington, but was found unsuitable,
and was told to parties in Europe and sent
back alter baring been here about two
ye-irs. Ihe Southern California was the
first stoaUH-r to Irave this port for Europe
with win at between October 10, lfcfki, aud
No vein tier 14. ISS9.
Iv 1681-83 tln re were feven steamers
loaded and cleared from this port fur Eu
rope. One of these, the Escanibia, capsized
iv crossing the bar mid Braved n tutai Loss.
In Hovember, 1882, the bip steamer Silver
town left tliis poit with the largest cargo of
wheat ever taken out. Ther« was a wheat
steamer hence in ISS3, two iv ISB4, one Iv
ISSS aud one m lt*ti. The next was in 1889,
and the one now chartered vt iil not go away
The steamer Mexico sailed yesterday
morning lor Gtiaymas aud other Mexican
ports. She carried fifteen cabin passengers
ami an unusually large cargo of merchan
VESSELS IX TROUBLE.
A dispatch received at the Merchants' Ex
change yesterday from Port Townsend
says: The Helen N. Kimball, with lumber
from ilumbolilt, put in with cargo shifted
and loss of sails. Part of tbe deck-lead will
pribablv have to be rtischartcd.
The British ship Eort (ieorce, which nr
rived late on Thursday night after a smart
passage ol 124 days Jrom Cardiff, exchanged
signals with the ship Earl of Dalhousic,
hence, in latitude 24° IX north, lougitude
125° 5' we-it.
Tho trial trip of the new ferry-boat
Ukiab, owned by the San Fianci.-co and
North Pacific I.atlroud Company, will be
made on tiic bay to-day. Sha will have on
board a party of invited guests and will,
make the run to Tiburon and back.
The baikeniiue Eureka, from San Dieso
for Grays ilnrbur, put Into Grays Harbor
with loss of sails.
The ship Glenriuart, for this port, was
spoken on September 25th iv latitude 37° 45'
south, longitude 51° 2S' west.
The steamer Gaelic, heuce, arrived at
Yokohama on Wednesday.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
The ship Henry Failing went from the
Arctic Oil Works up to Balfour's Wharf,
Port Costa, yesterday.
The U. S. S. Bear went to Oakland Creek.
The steamer South Coast, which \va3 re
cently on the rocks at Kort Bragg, went on
thr dry-dock at the Union Iron Works.
The Stockbridgn hauled iuto the stream
from Spi-ar street.
The steamer Willamette Valley docked
at the sea-wall.
The ship Tuermopylre will dock at Uulon
The Crown of India will go to-day to Mc-
Near's Wharf aud the General Kuoxto Bal
fojir's Wharf, Port Costa.
The steamer Australia will commence to
receive freieht to-day and will sail for Hono
lulu ou January 9d.
JILTED THE SAME MAN TWICE.
rretty Kettle Carpenter, the Violinist,
Again J>isa|i points Mr. Thurahfleld.
London professional and even social cir
cles are discus-ting with avidity certain in
teresting facts which have leaked out con
cerning pretty Nettie Carpenter, the
American violinist, who, a lew niorjtus ag3,
startled her friends both in Europe and
Atneii 'a by suddenly engaging herself to
Gforge Thurshfi -Id, a young barrister of
Lincoln's Inn, and tlien sensationally run
ning away on the eve of marriage. AH
torts of stories are told about Miss Carpen
ter's coquetry, but not a word of scaudal is
breatiied ugainst her. It is said that the
younuer son of a British nobleman is pay
inn her very flattering attention and that
he has hopes of wedding her and of in
cidentally becoming her nianacer. When
Nettie ran away to escape the mar
riage bonds sho took refuge at the
house of Mr. Whistler. She lias since been
cfoaueroned by the doctor's wife. For a
while everything went smoothly. She hud
spoiled love's young dream, yet her spirits
were apparently as buoyant as youth, health
and pleasant surroundings could make them.
For iiddling for half an hour in tho Albert
Hull or playing a couple o( tunes at some
swell private concert in London Miss Nettie
got £100 a night and (ometiuies more. She
drove a smart trap in Hyde Park, and it
was quite a treat to see the piquant, inde-
I endent American la the procession during
the late London season bowing to the dan
dies and nicguls of fashion, every one of
whom she knew and the majority of whom
hud patronized her.
During Nettie's courtship it was observed
that her inothir. Mine. Wesley M. Carpen
ter, of the Villa Sarasanettle, Dieppe,
France, was conspicuous by her absence
from London. The fact that Mrs. Carpen
ter, who is the widow of Dr. Carpenter, the
well-known mlcroscopist, was still absent on
the eve of her daughter's proposed wedding
excited still further gossip. It has since be
come known that mother and daughter h&d
become estranged. Nettie Is high spirited
and resented maternal control. Days would
elapse during which, though living under
the snme roof, neither would speak a word.
One day Miss Nettie announced her inten
tion of taking up her residence at the Mid
land Grand Hotel, the host and host
ess of which are her great admir
ers. Nettle became, in a literal sense,
their guest Of late. as stated
she has lived with the Whistlers, where her
lines fell in pleasant places. About two
months ago, however, her pursuit of pleas
ure was interrupted in a most disagreeable
way. George Thurshfield turned up. In
stead uf tlie robust youth of six months be
fore, Nettie saw a thin, puny boy, who was
apparently iv the last stages of consump
tion. They met at Dr. Whistler's house.
George almost forced an entrance. There
»as a touching Interview, but Nettie was
obdurate. George went away.and his part
ing threat was that if Nettie did not marry
him he would shoot himself. lie haunted the
neighborhood. A day or two afterward he
and Nettie met face to face on tbe street
George said :
"Come, I want you to go with me. We
will go to the drug-store. 1 have a prescrip
tion here which we must both take. It will
end my troubles and yours."
They went to the drug-store, but the
clerk's suspicious vrero aroused and ne re
fused to fill the prescription. About this
time Dr. Whistler cabled to Mine. Carpenter,
who was in New York, requesting her to
come atonic to London. Meanwhile Nettie,
moved by her former lover's condition and
affrighted by his threats that he would take
his life, had asaiu promised him her hand.
George was destined to another bitter, hu
miliating disappointment, fur when the
hour arrived fur the marriaue Nettie for the
second lime backed out. Neither the tears
of the boy's family nor the supplicatious of
the boy hinisclf, nor the importunities of
her im mediate friends, could change her de
cision. George, broken in health aud spirits,
it is said, is poinc to Australia.— London
special to Chicago Herald.
A GREAT ARTIST.
Duke Lorenzo <I<> Medici and (he
Jioy Michael Angelo.
One afternoon tlie Duke Loronzn de
Medioi, in walking through the garden,
came upon young Michaol Angelo, who was
busily ehissling his first piece of sculpture.
The Duke saw in the stone the face of a
faun whicli tlie boy was copying from an
antique mask, but which, with his usual Im
patience of Imitation, he was changing so as
to show the open lios and tertli. "How is
it," said the Duke, drawing closer, "that
you have given your fiiun a complete set of
teeth? Don't you know that such an old
fellow was sure to have lost some oi theml"'
Miuhi'.el Angelo at oui-e saw tbu jusiiee of
t lie Criticism. Artists are not always ready
tv receive adverse comment, Michael An
gelo himself was quick-tempered and haid
to move. A hot went to one ot his boy com
panions on a certain occasion biuiighl so se
vere a blow in the face mat all truthful
pui traits df Michael Angelo have sincu had
to show him with a broken nose, lint the
Duke* critiiism was kiudly given, and was
plainly warranted, and the young sculptor
could hardly wait until the Duke walked <n
before beninniiiK tlie toireeiion. When the
Duke saw the faun's lace again lie found
some of the teeth gone, and the empty sock
ets skilfully chiseled out.
Delighted wiih this evidence of the lad's
willingness to seize and act upon a sugges
tion, and impress d anew by his artistic
skill, tlie Duke made inquiries, learuedthat
Michael Angelo hud borrowed stove aud
tools ou his own account iv his eagerness to
begin sculpture (he was lirst set al drawing
irom the statuary), aud eDdal by sending
lor the buy's father. The. result of the con
sultation was that the Duke took Mich:iel
Angelo under his own special patrunage and
protection, and was so well pleased alter he
had done it that no favor seemed too great
tn bestuw uiMti the energetic young artist.
Michael Angelo. then only 15 years old, not
only received a key to the Garden of Sculp
ture and an apartment in the Medici Palace
itself, but had a place at. the Duke's table.
In fact, a real attachment grew up between
Michael Aiißclu and the Duke, who fre
quently called the Loy to his own rooms,
wlseu he would oien a cabinet of gems and
intaglios, aeek his y uing visitor's opinions
and enter into long and confidential talks. —
Alexander Hlaek iv January St. Nicholas.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
S. D. Kellocg to Alexander Brown, lot on the
N. lineol Nineteenth St., 180 K. or Koe, E.
■-;. \ 1 1 1 sio
Wintrul M. Kyrne to WllliHin ,J. Gunn, lot on
W. line of Tenth »ye., 100 S. or 1.. i:.,- .,; St.,
S. 50IK0 10
K<lw;irJ 11. Lonisson et -il. tol'etrr JlclWinald,
lot 81, liloc* 16, Mis.ton ana Tninictu
Streets lli.meslcua Union io
Klillly B Barstow io William c. Clark, lot oa
K. line <.f miril are., V!0O:« s. or California,
a. 13'J:«V2. K. feO:6. N. 188:4, W. 87:K.... 10
Hertz Morn.", to Sarah Morris, ftiibilivislon
40, South IMr* Gift
James X Bod to lilctlM] Voting, lot on 3.
Hue or ltroad aye., K. or I'ivuioutli st,
K. 50xlxS 10
liudoipii Wanner to. lanien K. Rock Io
Lewis Woire (by executor.*) to Kaspare Conn,
iots 1, Work 15, aim lot 15, Bluck 4, Xl.sr
ket-st. Homestead Association 0,000
M.' r;t.;i Bom to James Bom, lot on W. line of
Kitch si., lUU N. of Harris. in, N. 'J5x75;
also lot on \V. line or Steli.er at 50 N of
Waller. N. i;Sx!OU:3 5
James i:osa to Marili* I;oss, lot oa W. line of
I. 11.' ■ . »i., 105 -NW. ol Harrison, NW. 'Jsx
Laurel Hill Cemetsry Association to James
KOS.I, lot 'Jb'«s, Laurel ll ill Cemetery Asso
rts tion i(jo
Jacob I'ertowald (by administrator j to.Yamei
H. Mchiroy, lot on tL!ln*o! 1 .ii -:.. r - -X,
w.uf Iliuna.;in, W. 3,710
Robert C. Harrison to William X. Cummin*,
James R. Mclilroy to Vt ilium T. Cnmmlna,
Henry 11. Slielilon and wife to Patrick J. >]jr
tin, outside iauils, Ulock 1051* 100
Patrick Murphy to Jacob Jleymau, lot* oa
NW. cor. ol Thirlj -third avo. and R St.. N.
500. W. 82:8, N. 100. W. 157::t S 150 K.
IKO. & 3S, Vf. 130, 8. 430, E. VM. . . 10
Ja<-ob Heyinan to Margaret A. Murphy, lots
J6, 27, ÜB. lllock l:i, Lily Laiul Ar~... 1 .tl'm. 10
James K. helly et al. (Trustees) to Michael
r*rlce, lot on S. line ot Chestnut 5t.,74 W
or Stockton, W. 1!»:1y..x5.-, ; also lot on 8w!
cor. of Klftecntn and Church sts., W. '2ix
Michael Price (by executors) to Henry Kara*,
lot on S\V. cor. of rliteenth and Church sts.
•W. 26x100 ','. joo
Henry H. Kern to Francis N. Spring, .same 10
Henry M. l'lskc to o. T. Lemeii, lots U7oto
1376, 1397 to 1.;99. ijifi M;.|. :: 10
Louis A. Levy and wlro to (ieorge Haas lot
on S. line of O'Parrell St., 6^:U JE. of Oc
tavia. K. 50X137:6 10
Agues Clark to Frederick Kraus and wife, iot
on W. line or Valencia st., 176:B N of
T jiitle.th. N.'JjjlOU 83SO
Wi 1 -1..M to L. I. A bert, lot ou W line
or Forty-eighth aye., 150 H. of S »t., h. 25x
William A. Junes to Allred G. NnaM, lot
bo^. :iSU It. S. from SW. cor. or sty. Vi of
Section 1, Township 2 south, Range B W..
Mount Dlalilo meridian, S. sxlo chains;
also lot beg. BUO ft. B. from mouth of l'olnt
Lo'jos Crock, N. sxlo chains 10
Theodore «. nitty to Alfred I}. Nygard ii'niV
vided 50 acres or Itinley Tract..?... b
Joseuh Uoin .ii.l 1 to Joseph 1. I'ohelin lot
on NB. cor. or Hayes and Lyon sis.. E.
B. Klumpke to Lizzie 'i uoynau, lot 6, iiiock
40, Sun i.> Valo Homestead 5
Chester S. l'ackard to D. O. Waldron, lot on
w. line or Fifth aye.. 125 N. or Clement st
N. SOxl'-'0 10
Adolph Kutroto L. A. IS. Mack, lot IS, lil'ock
I*, I'ark-lane Tract in
Thomas R. Dunn to Edwaril Dick, lot 1731"
LIT! Map II i(|
Henry B. Khel uon £ wife to Thomas w!mu'i
ford, lot oni Is W. cor. O st. and Forty-first
aye.. N. 300, W. 120, K. 300, W. I^o 8
600. E. 240 •<
Thomas W. Mull4rd to Charles W.Wri(th't, lot
00 sfc\ cor. N st. nnd Forty-second aye
8. 600, E.24U, M. W. 12U, N. 300 E.
120 ~* iq
Albert Wlltord to Louis Mathe, lot on S Hue
, of Vallejo St., 91:6 8. of Webster, S. 23x
Julian It. van Reod to B. Bryant, lot on E.
line of Thirty-ninth aye., 200 8. of c st , S
36x120 Qi ft
Mary liutler to James I'-iitler, lot 11. Block
487, bay View Homestead Association 10
Jacob Hi) in. n to F. VauderrecVeu, lot i's's
Cobb tract \n
J. V. Smith (by attorney 1 to Andrew F.'Mtv
grave. lot on W. line or Tonlh aye 200 >
Of J st, N. 25x120 10
I'atrlck Hayes to Samuel J. Hayes, lot on KR*
line of Natoma St., 180 SW. of First, HW
2^:0x80: also lot oil MW. line or Minnie at ,
300 SW. of First. BW. 24:2j80; also lot on
BE. line or Natoma »t., 284 :« SW. of First
SW. 72x80 ' 10
Thomas C. ranks aod wife to Rudolph Khlrek'
lot on N. Hue of Calirorula at., 68:8 E of
Stockton. B, 48:9, N. 60. E. 20, k 77 -rt w
«8:9.5. 137:6 ..7* 10
J. F. Hinllli (by attorney) to M. c. Oornam. '
lot on H. line of i;st., 57:6 W. ot'lenthave,
W. 75x100 jQ
E. Fomeroy to 11. Mohns, lot 100x150 on E.
line or Heoton St., 3UO .%. or Central aye
Alameda ' 10
Ann A. Hheparil to N. 1.. Freese, lot ioOx
129.46, on E. line of Fulton gt., 150 N of
Bancrort way. Berkeley 2 400
N. L. Frcese to A. A. Shepard, lot 48x I's'i'so" '
ou N. lino ot C'oliene way, 46 E. of Shat
tuck aye. , Berkeley r, ou()
11. Moh:isto H. W. (iyz, lot 100xioO,"on"ii '
line of Itenton st., 300 N. or Central aye
Alameda , *' ,a
11. L. Adams 10 l». w. Sniltn. lot BUxioo on
N. line of Thirtieth St.. 83:3 E. of Union 1800
I). 1.. Randolph in Marah J. Richardson lot
on E. line or urand St., 100 N. of liuena
Vlstaave.. Alameda..... * 10
W. O. Hensbaw to U. H. Fayne et iL, Vo't'i'
Block A, FruitvaleTrar-t, Brooklyn ' 10
Nancy J. Hager to J. 8. Harmon, lut 4 r i tu '■(';"
on S. line or Thlrty-nlth st., 652:11 E. 'of
Ban r-ahloave 80
J. K. Hltc to Nancy S. Uoujlass. "ioi ttoilOO
on E. line or Alice St., 40 8. of Ninth ' 10
J. H. Humphreys to N. Hunter, lot 6 In K."i)£
of Block O, lands adjacent to Enclnal 10
J. P. Morgan to J. W. Savage, lot a, Bloek'il
McOee Tract, Berkeley .„... .....77...; 163
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was sick, we gare her Outorla.
When the was a Child, ihe cried for Caetoria,
When aho became Hiaa, she clung to Otatoria,
ao9 Sy BaTuTh.
ALONG THE RAIL.
A Sou t hern Pacific Cut-Off Line
Ordered in Texus.
Humored Changes in the Union Pacific.
Gould's Traffic Combine- Earnings
Concerning tne latest railway project In
Wellington, and one in wbich California
and Nevada capital is largely interested, the
Seattle Post-Intelligencer bas to sny the
The object of 1 lie Stanley, Cascade and East.
em lto.n, newly incorporated, ts to construct
audoneiate a lallway from btauley, In Facilic
County, Io or near Noriu Yakiina, Wasli., by
way of the Cowlilz fas:, tappine tlie magnifi
cent beds of anthracite coal In Ibe eastern pnr
tlou of Lewis County, and wliicli the promoters
or tbe company luve secured. Ibe lulncipal
place of business is at Clieiialls and the lime of
existence of ibe comoiuiiou Is played al fifty
years, will) a capital stock of $3,000,000, con.
Bbtiug of GO,OOO snares at (50 each. The
names of the first Board of Directors are: 11. M.
YeilngLon of Nev»d;i, president of the Carson
and Coloiado; W. C. *Mii borne. Congressman
from the Sevenlli TeDnessee Ditiricl; It J.
Laws, AiMsi.ua Superintendent nt tbe (Jarsou
and Colorado; O. U. (ientyand J. Y. Cottman of
( I, flu ills. Closely ullkd to ibis company, aud
substantially the same In coipnratio'ti, is she
Stanley Land and Improvement Company,
wblcli Is formed to assist in deveiouiiig and
building up the ciiy of Stauley aud adjacent
parts ol I'acitic Couuty. The piinclual nlace of
busluess of Ihe lat ci cnui: -any is at Stanley.
The capital slue or the company Is $2,500,000,
divided into 25,000 shares of the par value of
JlOOeach. Tlie Directors are : li. M. Yeriiig
ion, U. H. Ueuly, Charles Holm, J. V. Holton,
W. M. Mrw.ii i, Senator from Nevada aud
father of the famous Sliver Rill ; John I. Jones,
Seuator tiom Nevada, and Charles Sllcbrliloi
Ceutralia. A foice uf engineers under Hie lead
eißblp of 1:. J. Laws Is ou the way from Nevada.
GOULD'S TIU.FFIC COMBINE.
Tlie Railway Age is uf the opinion that
Gould's traffic combine of the Western
roads will have the effect of postponing the
extension of the Uuion Pacific or tha Atchi
son, Topeka and Santa Fe to San Frimcisco.
Tlie recent issue uf thU journal contains the
Tbe new agreement between all the great com
panies between Chicago aud the Paclnc Coast
will doubtless have tlieeflccl lopieveul foi some
tune the proposed extension of the Union facilic
ii. d Aichisun, Toil ka and Sauta re lines to San
Kiauchce, aud peiliaps ol the formei to fuuet
Sound, where it will come Iv 10 competition Viilli
tlie Nonhein l'aciric. A laige amount of nuincy
lias already been exiieuded nu a proposed live Iv
California up llio Shu Juuquln Valley, whicn
\\*i undiiubU'diy backed by the Airhi-on com-
I'liiiv, aud it vu Iniended to bring It to tjau
Francisco, but uoik 011 tlila lias lately bi: 11 sus
pended. Tlie recent huicliaieof a narrun-uauKe
road luunlug liom Uakl.hd, 01 punile Sau Viau
clsco, about twenty miles lulmid, by phi lies up.
patently In the Atchlsou inleieti, is looked unoti
.is .i ii.i n.i'i n:d;i-.i: inn dt tlie intentions of that
comiia y to leacn Sail Francisco, allhouuli Uiat
result .a vow likely to Oe iudenniiely pualuoued.
OKUKKED AT LAST.
A long-contemplated and very important
improvement has at last beeu ordered by
the Southern l'aeilic Company on its Sunset
Koute in Tex a*, near tlie junction of tlie
J'ecos River with tlie Kio Grande, on tlie line
of the Galvestoii, Hairisburt and San Anto
nio road. By surveys recently made tlie
distance between Siiuuila and Flanders sta
tions will be reduced from eiKhtteu to seven
miles, aud by this cut-off the road will avoid
i.ni> of its most (lanueious points, and will
abunuon two tuuuels and twenty-six bridges,
tin- cuiistructiun of which cost mure than
$i,000,()00. Uu the new line it will be neces
snry to bridge the IVcos River, with spans
stretchiug 1:200 feet, and nbout 350 feetabove
the river-lied, it is ebtimatcd that the cost
of the work will be about. $1,000,000, and the
contractors, Kicker, Lee <St Cu. uf Galvestou,
have guaranteed to have the work completed
within oiua nionllis. On the old route be
tween the stations above mentioned, the
road sinks lrom ;:u altitude of 1418 feet to
lOotifect at Painted Cave, and rises to the
height of lo«)7 leet at Flanders.
For tlie u. ollth of November tho gross
enrniugs of the Santa Fe amounted to
$2,723,836, which is an increase of i--J.--l.Mm
uver the earnings of tlie system lor th« same
month in 18b'J. Tne St. Louis and San Fran
cisco lines earned ftiuj.boo in November, an
increase <jf $44,043. To tlieeiiniint;* of tin se
two ruuds add Ihe gross receipts of lho.se in
joint ownership, and a graud total of
f;;,<K>l,bl2 is huj foi the niouih of Nt.vem
ber. an Increase ol 5340,600 over the gross
earnings for the same month in 1889. The
earnings of the Canadian Pacific lor Novem
ber were $1,734,000, unaintt $1,584,000 for tlie
same month in 1980, a enin ol £150,000. Tlie
Northern Pacific famed SL',SUO,72'J for tlie
same period, and for the corresponding pe
riod in IHB9 tlie figures were f snow
ing an increase ox S33;i,'J'Jß.
KUiIOHS IN CTKCULATIOX.
The recent annuuiicenient of Prcsidvnt
Dillnii's 3i>i ointment oi S. 11. li. Clark as
General Manager of the Union Pacific has
set on fi>ot all si rts of rumors concerning
the forces employed by this great system.
It is said that the next step will be the
abandonment of the griind division system
of the road, and tne ('uii-o.i-iaii v of the ex
ecutive iie|)Hrtnieiit and general uffices ut
Omaha. General agents or division agents
in passenger or freight departments will
succeed tlie general passenger and general
freight agents now located iv Denver,
Cheyenne, Kansas City, Oirden, Portland,
Tiieniiu and a 1 otiier division points on the
system. Who will bo appointed to these
positions is, of course, a matter of specula
OVER THE NIAGARA.
At the next sessiou of tlie Canadian Par
liament application will be made for thn in
corporation ol the Ontario nni New York
Biid^e Company, organized for the purpose
ol constructing a railway bridge over the
Niagara Kivrr, near the town of Niagara.
Such a slruciure win. l-1 give the con
templated r ail additional fxcililies for com
petition wiih llie roads of the United States
without being particularly embarrassed, by
the laws under which it will work.
C. M. Davenport, ticket agent of the
Atlantic and Pacific at Sacramento, is in tbe
city on a short vaiation.
J. G. McCull, General Agent of tho Erie,
has returned from Portland.
Charles Spe.nes uf me Atlantic and Pacific
lias gone souths
A Special Meeting Hold Yesterday of the
Board of Kducatlun.
The resignation of Miaj Jennie A. Forbes,
principal of the Page-street School, was ac
cepted by the Board of Education yesterday
afternoon nt a special meeting. Mrs. K. F.
Millar (nee Smith), assistant teacher in the
Mission Grammar, also tcudeied her resig
nation and it was accepted.
Mrs. S. Wigand was recommended by the
Committee ou Credentials and Qualifications
of Teachers as a substitute teacher in the
evening school; approved.
The applications of Miss Eva L. Green
and Miss Gcorgiaua K. L. Eidenmuller for
State rdniMiiou.il diplomas were referred to
the Committee on Credentials; likewise tbe
application of Miss Mary C. Keating for a
Director Flint objected to the coal bill be
ing approved until inquired into by the
pioper committee. Hr said the cual had not
been supplied according to contract, A
special committee, compose I of Flint, Ford
ami Woodward, will look into the matter.
Mrs. M. S. O'JNeil was transferred from the
Lincoln School to Giant Primary aud ap
pointed principal, with a salitry of $100 a
Miss H. M. Falrchild was ordered trans
ferred from the Grant Primary to the P.ige
street Primary and appointed principal.
Director McDonald moved that Miss Mary
Mustier be transferred from the Point
Lobos School to the Douglas, explaiuiuK his
inntiun by saying that she asked him to
nnikii it. The vote against it wns 6to 3.
Mr. McDonald then nominated Miss Win
nifred Tarpey for the samo position. Wood
ward nominated Miss Hattie Carr, and
Ford nominated Miss Mary Roper. The
voting resulted: Miss Tarpoy 5, Miss Carr
3, Miss Koper 1. As it requires 7 votes to
prevail, there was no election, and a motion
for another ballot was lost. The meeting
was then adjourned.
Once In a Lifetime.
The people of San Francisco have had
more than one opportunity of purchasing
Christmas aud New Year's eifts at prices so
very moderate that all could afford to buy.
The chief center of attraction during the
past few weeks has been Pinkiert's Grand
Bazaar, where auction sales are held daily,
commencing at 11 o'clock, continuing
throughout the afternoon and beginning again
in the evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every con
ceivable article of merchandise is here dis
played lor sale at the buyer's own price. In
the rear of the spacious store a small army
of counter attendants transact private sales,
while the auction is in progress near the
entrance. Mr. Pinkiert intends to ilisuosc
of the whole of his immense stock by Jan
uary Ist, and judging from the throng of
purchasers in this popular store yesterday,
be will experience no difficulty in effecting
a thorough clearance. Snn Franciscans ap
preciate the opportunity of securing such
genuine bargains, which are offered but
once in a lifetime.
Jake Lindo, of City Pound notoriety, was
• pleader before the License Committee yes
terday in behalf of tbe proposed amend
ment of General Order 1766, reducing tbe
license of theater-ticket peddlers from $100
a month to 325 a quarter, it was an
nounced by the lofty dignitary of California
street that he intended soon to enirage in
the ticket-peddling business and thought
$25 a quarter quite as high a tariff as one in
th:it business could afford to pay. Ellert
opposed the proposed reduction because it
would flood the town with an army of petty
scalpers who would make life a burden to
theater patrons. The resolution will be re
ported back to the board without change.
J Ware. Sander IK P Kerns. Stockton
A Arnold. Parkdale |B Butler, Ked Bluff
W W McKay, U S M A SjJ T Stoctdale, Monterey
Ban Diego ,J A Web ter, Vacaville,
C H Garoutte, Woodlandll, F Moutton. Colusa
J Knrtglit. San Jose X I, Kuse, r.oiio
W II Lehman,' Slom city L. L Burtenshaw, Ashland
D Tobias. Vt'oodlamt O I, Fowler, Los Gatos
J Mct'uddeu, Vallejo B W J-ayton, Healdsuurg
R A lirowmee. Napa J G Bilborn, Oakland
Dr E M Key», Llvermore T M Ink, st Helena
D -N Berlin, Stockton W II Morrbey, Colusa
J S Power, San Rafael H Ark, Boston
G Sherman & wf, Baito G A Gulnn, Sausallto
J I. ii on I ii. Dutcli Hat L lr irit. Sausallto
J X Coapps, New York R L Coop?r, Sauaallto
L B Looiuls, New York C U Kovabacb, WarmSng
T W Fowler, 8 P Co J Mayor. Oakland
G Valcn3tu.tw,lMeasantn W X JlcKiwen. Berkeley
A I) Allen, l'leasantou L E Woudlaud.'Fresno
W A Crowd), Latlirop M Ferubasb. Alameda
II Frledlandtr,Call:ornla \v 11 l'ugh, Alameda
VG Kelly, 8»u Jose W J Young. Stocktun
M ,s Young, h'an Jose C wiceer, Sacramento
J A D.ily. Napa City F V Sluth, FblladelpnU
N J X r-ati-b, USN 8T Curtis, >apa
F Woodwortb, Stockton I'hvansi ivi.Napa
i" Wibaun <fc ram, M.mt
James Foi. Crockett i J R Butler, U S S Sn Fran
J V Sims. ChlllesotU iCbarles Seaburg, Gllroy
w Ii rruu.ibank. ftlnifild.Gco Joljnsoii, Cincinnati
C B Wlllsoii. Joion jT S ISrew, Crockett
(1 M Miller, Woi'dbrld^e JF Johnson, Kedwood
J hi kn.il'!. Woo.lbrldue 1.1 sliiiin^vlrt. Pctnluuia
Mrs J liunnian, Yalleju J Towers, Oakland
A A Converge, Sonoma (ieo X IVters & w, Reno
P AOlanoico, San Kalael Miss T Peters, Reno
W Vt'asbburu, t'SS SF I Master X Tetcrs. Reno
X Mcciurc, Storkton o Carlson, Olcma
J M Stuwell. Stockton P Johnson, Napa
J 11 ro ■]ir;m. 5,,.;. into Richard Walsh, Holse Cty
G Mliano, L'SS Sn I'riicso U Gourka, Boise City
T W Klvers, Sacr imeuto W II McCuli-mgb, stkton
A llalot. San Juse | WA Williams. Coultervle
C F Jobnsou, Olema |UWL Morgan & w, Cal
Prof W Rusiell. <lucluatl|Dr M W rredcrlck.Seattl
X A Powers, Mexico G Brown, USN
J B Blasquey, Mexico w Ulliishoriie, London
A Losage, Mexico M J Wlnstock, New Y'urk
F Widalvr, Mexico Q Robinson, san Jose
J Absolilsiuttb, s Mateo M A Hurley, Wisconsin
S V imii.'i . Cullforuia Mrs s « Ua'nd, Wisconsin
F Webster, California M Werthelmer.Sau Diego
0 E Wurtelle. Wyoming Miss Ward, Honolulu
J W Graham, Butto ]s Mackenzie, Fowler.Eng
R P 1100 l * wf, Clucluatl J L Smith J: w, San .lose
C Kabllng, (jermauy C C Beiuttuir, San Mateo
L l.cpscber A sou.N York R J Fenny, Cblcano
J li Steiihens, New York D 11 HunltiiK, Oblcago
J W Boott, Santa Monica G Turner, San Jose
J A Sherniau. USN OP Orabam, Sanger
M £ Jones, Honolulu W i. Gill. San Jose
J C Hartsou, Mass w J Wusteineld, Nevada
L C ktatiem, Oakland G M Klrkner, New York
J 11 Matbenion, Va City
KEW WESTERN HOTEL.
O L Gates & wf, Oakland GOorton,<>orton'sMln3t'l3
T Smith, Cordelia F Goodman, do
J Cullenane, Cal J Welby. do
L A Bunuell, Stockton 0 C Pearl, do
L W Clark. Sacrainouto A J Yoikey, do
J M.i'.. -i . Cal 8 l.cc. do
F T cilliQi'ii, Sobrantc EEKlott, do
W ElsenbiTg. Sobrautc R Scbroeder, do
S Wilson, li S N X Pe*rl, do
X l.urkenbach, C S N 11 C Pfaff, do
Wll Smith, santa Kosa ell Urtiu, do
O S .l<mc» A wl. Nebraska; L Masten, do
<; M Eberts & w:, Chicago I l ' Lenzner, do
J Brady. Maryavillo l> Scott, do
T Martin, New York <; 11 Lenox, do
Mls» M.irtln, New York M V Wilkms, Cal
J L Cooper. Spokane T Najle, s.icramento
i. H lEoc Oregon II Norton, Nevada
O Peterson, Oregon S AKicharrlsou.Tilainook
L sc.iii.^ r. Cbicugo J I'llari. Denver
G H llolibs. L'tau li T Kelly, San Jose
1. J M rr.ru. :-.. ii Dlogo 111 L Robinson, San Jose
X H Weld * i?f, San Jose Miss Smith. Santa Cruz
II X Owens, Fresno |J F Klncald iwr.sumuer
P F Ili-rrlneer 4 wr. Sac Mrs 1> Morrow, Wlllets
L X Vickcrs A fm,W lllns C W Snnth, Wlllets
A Rrnliart, Portland W S Camp, Ilanrord
\V Gcrst A wf, Stockton W B Kitt Lancaster
\v McCalluin, Fresno i: McKetuie, Honolulu
J H Andrews iw:, Byron J M Steele, t.'al
W Christie. Vlsalla W Lange. Cal
C McCarthy, r'resuo X B Pease, San Jose
F KadcllUe, Tracey A C Armstrong, Williams
F A Scbuuiacher, Sn Jose W II Smart. Williams
H Woolsi-y. Sacramentii A Armstrong, Williauii
J J Scanlau, Sacramento vv fc. CuminlnKS. Newman
X P Clement. Kusanville A Dacuhani, Cal
D Pryor, Los Augchs B Land, San Jose
F A Forster, Los A:igelcs A N lioiuiev, Cal
J O Korster, Los Angeles J L Edgar, Ked wood
E S Warue, St Louis J P Lawrence, Woodslne
H M MiKee A wf.StLouls J W Cutler, Walsonvillo
U Petenou, Hel na |C F Irwin, IMacervllle
Mrs Carrier-, lieaidsburglw B Btoddard, Europa
Mrs Hopper. Santa RosalL w Valentine, Ked BluH
I) w Ar^>le, Seattle J W Fitzgerald. Lodl
E R Shelby, Santa Cruz Mrs Kusselt, San Jose
11 Slater, M.irtiuez G Slater, Martinez
Wm Fresmlnes, Sacto [E R Boyd, Mcl rut
G Johnson, Wagner (J B Green. New York
S S Scares, Wadsworth .11 Daniel, Dcs Molnes
II L wcitde, Ogdiu |a a Swanson, Angels Cmp
G A Force, Ogdeu D Casey, Boston
O Lee, Ogilen W N lianson. Redwood
.1 J Rocbe, Nevada w T Ityan, California
F L Surbltt, Nevada S F Friz:T, San Karael
11 L Smitb. Los tiatdl F C tax, San Jose
O Collins, Fulrtield 11 Murray, San;Ter
wm c Brog e», Oregon v It Jackson, Bausa!ito
M E (less. Santa Ciara C A rpb'-ff, USA
Geo KcFarland, Pt Arena L HurutrdiuK, U S N
Ueo II Zlininorman.Alctrz Ii McDoua^b, USN
.las Ueorge, Liavisviilo W S Knight, San Jose
M wnitsms, Sacramento! C L Cheuowetb. San Jose
W E Robinson. Pueblo T Berwln, CaMoruia
F Berg A- fm, lreshi) . Chas iU'uiiersuti, Truckee
G W Daniels, Lus Aug Ld llawleyn, Il.ikersneld
Mrs Jenkins. Kcdwood tl I Ha-SFMi, Tulare
Mrs JM'li.miikinsKciwood 0 E Sitton, Tulare
L A Stockley, Kapa Wia Ston^, TuJare
Miss M siockiey, Naua Win Martin. Llvermore
w i.i.-r, -■. ■ i v i; Williams. Liv rmore
O S King, Kureka E til 8. Llvermore
Kd l>rew, <miat:a E II Shultz, Ciliforula
0 Webber & w. Seattle O Olsen, It Keyes
J P Johnson, Redding W B Mother, Charleston
X H Stewart, Redding M Krilleu, Sacto
C Scott, Port Costa
II Giliesple, Oregon W Acton. Hollister
J W DodCS, Trinity 'I D Cooper, Spokane
X W Potter. California Mrs ltemy Jt ly. 1. ,.i --..-; 1
J Gordt'u, California G S Alexander.Califoruia
W Roberts, Reno J H Dunn. Mcmniciito
L cutter. Vlsalla J Baker, waiia Walla
A Mcriierson, San Jose C Siartin, Stockton
X Anderson, l'asaduua T O'liay. San Jose
J Manning, Napa A Mel'nemon, Selnia
F Palmer, Sonoma C W True* w, California
W Mi-Call, Los Angeles I J Vt Christie, Callloruia
It Miller, Los Augt-les 111 Meyer * fy, O^deu
C L Ahl, Los Angeles W Mi-nlke, Napa
C i ■ '. :....■- Santa Fe J X Nurrts, Petaluma
X Forbes, Oakland II i tacktOD, Los Angeles
J Norsoex, Oakland S Murray, Davisville
X Joliiistm, I'cunsyivanla X L Sluimond, St Paul
s \v Hudson, San Rafael U F stanton. bt Paul
J A Suiltu, San Kafael I. S Murray, Santa Fo
A 1! .ii.r.i .:.. California J A Smi'.ti, California
M A Peikiu, California A Gill. Sail Jose
E G Landing. St Paul W (iirh San Juse
L D Gr.swold, Michigan W Stone, Texas
II X Madden, Brooklyn T B Flood. Texas
C F.Chester, Texas E Pierce, lowa
E Heaion, San Antonio El> Genmy, rittsburg
A H lettet, Denver S Levitt, Calavtras
w W Mcliay, San Diego U W Burch, Los Angeles
KJeussen, Huttecity W MeCromick, Los Ang
J Joriseuson, lowa .1 Kecklium, Colorado
J A Johnson A- fy, Minn ill E hit! a w, Michigan
S C Farrely, lowa |i» Roberts. Lakeport
Street Lights Committee.
*or want 01 luuas the Mrret Lights
Committee of the Board of Supervisors de
cided yesterday to postpone indefinitely the
resolution calling uoon the California Elec
tric Light Company to erect a mast and
liKht on Utah aud El Dorado streets aud
another en Utah and Santa Clara streets.
Like action was taken on the resolutions
requestinu ilia company to remove an elec
tric light frmn the corner of Greenwich and
Baker streels aud re-erect the same on the
corner of Louisiana aud Shasta streets in
The oflieial lond of J. Q. Brown, as Gas
and Water Inspector, in the sum of §10,000,
with Wallace Eversoc and A. I. Keddiugas
sureties, was approved.
Election of Officers.
The Portuguese I'rotecUve and Benevolent As
toclatlou, al a recent Hireling;, elected orrlcrrs 10
serve foi the ensuiUß year as follows: Manuel
F. Xrlguelro, i.; Manuel s. Uaposo, V. l'.\ Au
-101110 oe Abrew, E. a.; Autoulo Vielia, i. S.:
Jose Baptlsta, T.
Ai ßemain Council, No. 697, fioyal Arcanum,
hits elected [lie following officers to serve for the
ensuing yeai: Uenrce J. Miller, X. ; Allen
Chinch. V. E-i Frrdeilck Head, C). ; John Zliii
liaid, P. IL; 8. F. Doane, S. ; J. A Magoeule. C:
Urorpe W. Dixun. T.; Kobeic J. Smith, Cliau
lain; I!. 11. Knaiir, (J. ; 1:. S>uue, W. ; K. iei 11
--liard, Sentry; Xiustees— JosepU Taubles, X. L.
Hall, Ueonte A. WlKuey.
luimv Evening, Dec. 28.
New York Market*.
New Yokk, Dec. 20. — Stocks opened extremely
dull. Tiic only strength snuwn was In the i.-k.i
Trust, which advanced to I H. but failed to bo d the
Iniprovcmeut. Union Pacific opened s/h lower, at
4as/». and declined to 4i:<j. Arter 12 o'clock tbe
pressure upon the Union J'aclflc and Atchtson was
maintained, ana considerable animation was shown
by botb those stocks, while at tbe lowest prices
reached Union l'acttlc was 2 per cent lower tban at
the close Wednerday afternoon, and Atchlson iy».
Lackawanua, St. r.iul ana Kock Island were also
prominent in the dealings. Dullness inarktd tbe
trading during the latter part or the session, and
although a slight Improvement was made In the
actlvo storks the close wits dull, firm, and a sbade
under tbe flrst figures.
Nkw Vohk. Dec. '.'6.— United States Fonds: 4's,
12UV-.: 4Vi'». lU3U: Northern Pacific, 20%; Cana
dian Pacific, 72; Central Pacific, 29; Union Pa
cific, 42; Atchlson, 27Vi: WellvFttrgo, 135;
Western Union, 74* i; Silver, 103.i: su-mutr,?; 80
(ii vi > ...
Nkw York. Dec. 26.— Wheat, cash, «1 OS.i: De
cember, $1 UJJv..
Coffee— «l 7 30. '
Hops-Pacific Coast, 3(Ks3Be.
Copper— Lake, (14 75.
Tin— Spot, *-'O IS.
Lead— Domestic, S4 I2ij.
Petroleum— January, 68T'g.
Chicago, Dec. 26. — Wheat openett from 'jc to
VijC lower than the closlni; figures on Wednes
day, eased off Vie. advanced y g c, declined from V4c
to lysc or to a point %c below the closing figurea
on Wednesdny, recovered slightly and closed from
lAc to «,sc lower. KecelpU, dUI.UUU bushels; «hlp
uients, 85.U00 bushels. Bye easy at boc. lluiey
Cbicao o, Dec. 'JO.— Wbeat, cash, 68c
Corn— 4« Vie.
Port— Sß 12.
Ribs— ¥-1 75.
Quotable at SI 02 ¥ ounce.
Quotable at Bl>
New York Exchange.
New York Exchange, par rot tight drafts and A
Bankers' slgbt drafts, $4 85; bankers' sixty-day
bills. »4 81.
The Verl'i Failures.
The Bradstreet Mercantile Agency reports 31
failures in the Pacific Coast States and Territories
for the week ending yesterday, as compared with -'5
for the previous week and 17 for the corresponding
week of 1889.
The failure* for the past week are divided among
the trades as follows: Four general stores, 4 sa
loons, 2 brick manufacturers. 2 dry - goods, 2
grocers, 1 harness, 1 livery. 1 banker, 1 wines, 1
teas, 1 jeweler and 1 music-dealer.
Shipping Not ■»
Steamers to sail to-day are the Emily for Coos
Bay, the Empire for Nanalino and the Iluinboldt
for Humboldt Bay.
The Oregon falls due from Portland and the City
of Pucbla from Victoria and Puget Sound.
The Br iron steamer Stmthclyde, 2151 tons, was
chartered prior to arrival for Wheat to Cape St.
Vincent for orders, 40a; also prior to arrival, the
Br Iron ship Fort George, 1686 tens, United King
dom, Havre or Antwerp, 36s M.
The Ilr iron ship Toxietb, 2526 tuns, was char
tered prior to arrival for Wheat to United King,
dum, Havre or Antwerp, 42s 6d.
Note— As the Produce Exchange is not in session
quotations for grain and grain products are omitted.
POTATOES— The market is overstocked and weak
and prices for mest descriptions are rather lower.
Jersey lilues. $1 25; Sweets, $1 25<ai 75*1 ctl In
sacks and In boxes; Burbauk Seedlings, 90c@tl
¥ ctl for Rivers, Slgl 10 for Petalumas and $1 30
@1 60 for Salinas; Klver Reds, SI lOfoil 25; Early
Ko^e, IDe; Tomales lieils. »1 15@1 25 "# ctl.
OMlOßß— Steady at * <a,;i 20 3 etl for good to
choice and $2 o ( '<;._ 75 ~& ctl for common.
BUTTER— Steady, but quiet. Fancy, quotable at
37y 2 @4oc ¥ lt>; good to choice, B9^&tfß6e; cuiiiinon
to fair, 26@30c ¥ B>; store Butler, logl'^ic;
pickled roll, 27 1 /i.@32i/.c; firkin, TtlQUTjjn . East
ern Batter, Kiw-.iii for ladle packed, 2U@27'/2C for
dairy and 30^3- 1 / -jC It. for creamery.
CHIiKSE — Good to choice mild new, 12>/b@
13y 2 c ¥ It.; fair, llfe»12c: fancy, 14@14i ->c; Young
Americas, i:)@lsc; cased Cheese, J /3 e additional;
Eastern, ;::m, 15. . .
POULTRY— Eastern stock continues to come In
heavily and the market is dull, lower and weak.
Turkeys are neglected, now that Christmas is over.
Two c::ra of Eastern sold yesterday at $5 50 for Hens,
?."» for young snd old Roosters, $5 for Ducks, $1 60
(3*l 75 f l . dozen for i.eese and 12Vs« for Turkeys.
i aiiiuri.i.i -.;. i k .-nnl a; :iiii..ns: Dressed Turkeys,
l!.(-g.22e: live Turkeys. \iy\tir for Gobblers and 15
@tbc ¥ H' for Hens: Geese, $ pair, $1 bO(gj2; Ducks,
¥4 Him:, .11 :. i i. ..! ..i .'i ,-, „• li i> r,r young: Hens,
*4 50i3>0 6u; Roosters. v..:i.,k. *4 ;>■--... 50: do, old,
85 60(g>o: Fryers, $4 50: Broilers, »1 SO for large
and $1 if* <!oz for small.
GAME— The market Is still heavily supplied with
Ducks, though prices stiow sumo Improvement.
Quail, ouot.tble at 75c.'<i*$l clozen; English Snipe,
*1 25 t* dozen: Jack Snipe, 75c ¥ down; Mallards,
t:">. -;i 'J5 V dozen: CaßYßStacki. fci'.i-i V dozen;
Sprig, $1 50: Teal, $1 V dozen: Widgeon, *1
1H dozen: Mnall I>ucSv3, 75c®f 1 "& dozen: Gray
Geese, 5--.. ■-.■•: While Geese, 81 SO: Brant, $1 50
.-■>-: Hare, »1 60@l 75: Rabbits. $1 50 for Cot
tontails, and #; Si.ol ;]7i. tor small.
EGOS— Quirt. Stocks :ni7rc*itslnc. Good to choice
Eastern. Sr] J --(ftuiOc V «Ioz; fancy, 32 Vi»c: old-storage
Kutern, 20@30e: California, 3L@J2Utc for store
and :i3<a,3se, tor ranch.
HO.NtV- Choice White Comb, l'.sl3c ■& «,;
do. In 1-lti trumes, l.i-j ;"■-■ 9 lt>: tirduiary Cmnb,
l(@llr: >\liite extraiitd. ti»/ ; f#7c: amber, s@(ic.
lii-.KSWAX- Quutabie at 2iV"<3l'-5c 9 lt>.
FKKSII IHUIT-urapcs d raRK"'" veatenlav. I_idy
Aiples .ire lowi-r anil aulL Persimmons. st'@7sc W
box: Wisco4:Sln Cranberries. $12 fibbl: t';,pe Cod
*;runbcrrles, Jl'-(a.Ki: >(tw .lersc> Criinlierries,
*12; Grains. tiOiteSl 25 fiT Venlells, 75cfei*l 25
for Tokay ;::.<! .*../. 25 *$ box for (ornn-hon;
Apples, 4C@7sc bi.x lor common to good, ?.■■-. tni
for choice, with an advance lor tine Red: Lady
Apples, j '.<•> 25: Prars, :<>■■■■ ,-l ¥ box.
CITUIS FRUIT, EH.—O ranges are dull, owing
to the cold irflatbejc Jaiaucsy Oranptrs. (tuntable
at . i ...-;:.. f. small box; KiversMe -Navels, ti 75
$i 45U box; Riverside .-eedlmcs, 82 50<a> I%* box;
l.os Ancelen Navrls. «:! 7;@4t4 box;L<is M. ■
Seedlii.gs, $2 6U(d2 75 ¥ b..x; Winters Oranges,
SI 25 V small box"; Vacavilie Oranges, *'.@1 26 ¥
,■!;:■.! box; .Sicily LtMuons,96@<> 50; Caiilorl.ia Lem
ons, J!.« .', f box: California Limes, «1 50@l 75 ?>
large and 51 @75c V --in.i 1 1 box ; Mexican Limes, (S@
5 fid: l'...n;it.rtM, £;i (]', (a.2 50 %4 bunch; Pineapples,
*4@5 ¥ dozen.
bUIED FRUIT-The quotations are for fruit
In sacs, unless otherwise specified: Evaporated
Apple* (boxes), li/.Liii;: sliced, 7 1 /a c l quartered,
6"/-..fa,7c: Pitted I'iums, 11(^1/1 ;.e: peeled evapor
ated Peaches, ■.!'..;. :,.• »: bieaihert Peaches. lO@
lx%* V lt>; common funtlried do, r(ii.9p: bleached
Apricots, sacks, 14@18<-; boxes, 17@19c lb:
White Neclnrines, 17(3i18c ? ■>: California Prunes.
7(«9'/%c; (irapes, H'.^lj,. -lie ft It.; I'ears, 5c Iti Tor
coninion ai.d 7(<c9c lor quanercd unpf elt-d l'.artietts;
1 igs, a> ;.te.:ii,;.c: do, pressed in bojes. 4(g» .c ■ lb.
KAiM.ss — imil at a further decline. Layers,
faucy. $1 hsdi2 ? box: choice, 8175: fair to good,
91 .',7*..(q,\ 50 box, with the usual ailvance for
tract oval boxes: loose Kaisins, 87V>'(gai "i> <gl box.
NU'IS — Chestnuts, 12i.~f* 1 6c V tf>; softshell
Almnuds. 13>-.litlsc Sib: p.apcrshell ilo, 16igl7c;
hurdshbll do, &(S:t)C; Walnuts, it^lOCi do paper
; rir-i 1, lii,..*j.l2VaC: Ch!le W alnuts, C@loc: Peaßßts,
Efitlic V n> for domestic; Hickory .Nuts, 7fg,Bc;
Pecans, I-' ■ . ;i. for smalt and 15@lHc for l:u-ge;
Filberts, l'ji-.c: lirazll Nuts, lflfe-0-- t* t: locoa
uuts. *."> oOli'J&O per 100.
TBGJKTABLB6 — Asimr.ipus and Green Peppers are
coming in dally vow. Six boxes A^pira^us came in
yesterday and i r :i v: id. ,■;:.. Green cnlie Pep
pers, 17V(&'-'oc: Knubarb camel:, but was m t s»ld;
I)nea okrn, 12', = (§)l7f«'- f* It; Green Peas, i&ic:
String lli-aus. lu"a(12c: Marruwfut Squ:ish, BU|^ls
« ton: Dry Peppers, 1.'.@20c V It>: om.itoes, -js®
TSc; Cabbage, s(^ooc. i? ettj teeu Carrot*. :iu(<SiOi::
Turnips, 75c: Betfts, $1; Pursuips, 81 25 V- ctl; Gar
lic, ►ftiiuc^ ib.
PROVisio.ns— Eastern Covered Breakfast Bacon
Is quotable at 13-p i S'.-ic Q Ib: California
- smoked Baron, f@loc V It lor heavy and medium,
aud l;:fel:(i. c V It' for lislit; KmiaUc for extra
light: Saooo sicU's. 9'.^@9 ; i4c ft »; Kutern Sugar
cured Hums for ci[y trade, 12' ■ (f^lli 1 ii-; Clllf'Ttila
Hams, salt, 12 >.!<<$ 12 Vie ?> It); rrirltrerator-cureil,
12^ 4^l«c: Lard, tierces, Kastern, all kinds. s%@
9c; cases, 10@10V"C; California, threes. 9'.i(a'Ji ..c ;
half-bi.ls, O'-M^ie: tins, 10c: palls. 10-Ih. lOVte;
do, 5-IT.. loi.ic: keps, S»i@loc * 16: Mess Beef,
87 SO^iS; extra moss do. »8 fUi3l»; l.iuuly do,
til 50<B12; clear Pork, $19 aOA'iU; extra prime,
*16 6U®l7: extra cloir, *JO(#JO 50: mrss in,
81i-@>:B 50 ?" bbl; Pig Pork, %> lot, B:<@:i 25: P ks'
Fi-.i, *13©l:i 50 fr bbl: Smoked Heef. 11^^)120
linps-Qiiotable at 30@32ViiC for common togood
and 33c for choice.
111I>ES ANUPt-LTS-Salted steers, 7 * \,r ; mrUum,
6c: light, sc: Cowhides, 5 ■.-; salted Kip. 4c; saitfl
Calf, Cc-; dry llules. usil:U selection, 9c %* tT> ; dry
Kips, He: dry Calf, 9<-; prime (ioatsxlus, 4(K^toc
eaih: medium do. 2."<@;!sc: small skins, io@ 0- ;
Deerskins, goo<l summer. 3u@:i7 1 ,..c; m-dlum, 25®
30: tuln,2o: Sheepskins, sbe.irilnijs. 10tj2Uc: short
won), :',ti,i..MV; mod urn, lij-t: v : ; u_ wool, '.t.-.
f 1 25 V ili. Culls of nil kinds 1,-j leiS. liutchcrtowa
green skins sell relatively higher.
TALLOW- t-air to coo<l re dered. 3ii.@4c »;
refiiiol. 4" B (asc: Grease, 2 s / 4 @i c ¥ Ib.
vt, ii: i ... clips are: Humboldt aud Men
doclno Ores, 1'917c: do defective, 1 i«o!j : Sacra
mento Valley free l;(iai4c: do defective. I:@i2c;
Mountain free, lt'@: 6; SanJoaquin aud Southern,
9@llc. Spring dps: Valley Oreaon, 21g>23c;
Eastern Oregon, 17«l»c; do I.ilr, 14®16c "r tb.
FAMILr BOCKAXt MAKKKT.
Coos Ray Coal has again gone down and tin. 1 otber
kinds arc not firm.
Theonly chauues In dairy products are » further
cheauenlng in Eugs and higher psHtt tor iiouey,
which is Kettlngsoiuewhat scarce.
Spring Lamb is cheaper.
Turkeys aro dearer than last week. Otber kinds
of Poultry are abundant, owing to the arrival of at
least SOOO dozen from the East during the past fort
Wild Ducks continue cbeap and In large supply.
Higher prices for summer Vegetables will be ob
served. The weather has been favorable to their
growth and the novelty of the season is the arrival
of Asparagus an I Green Peppers from the sacra
incnto Klver and Bay points.
Fish shows no change worthy of note.
Following v liit Calx/* regular weekly retail
COAI.— PER TO*. .
Cedar River. 12 OlXijt —Greta, 1 ? ton. lß 00iai7 00
Caunel IS u<x<« —Seattle 1200ra —
Diamond.... 12 OOjjl — | New Seattle. 12 OlXd —
New Welling- .Coos Hay 9 oici —
I'-M. f 1 I' I:. l."i "(lu) — I; ■,■•„ S;.r.,ii:-!.'i 1.1.v —
Wellington.. 15 uu.t, — iCoke, Vbbl.. 1 6Oa> —
DAIUY PRODUC'K, KTC.
Butter, choice tt\. . •in . ■ I :> Cheese, Eastern '_'o<ff:>s
do. good SM37 Cucese. Swiss :::■.. i j
Ordinary, ao 15(0)27 l-KKS, j»doz 3a1a)40
I'ii'kii .1 Kdii ;:;.,i_ do. Eastern .< ■ j
Firkin 25te>3u|Honey,comb "# B..MM3S
Eastern Creamery. Mt& — i do, extracted ll*a>l6
Cheese, Cai 1 ;..„ jo |
UKATS- fKR TOHSD.
Bacon 1.\.M7 t'i'ik,:i'.-Mi 12@15
Meet, choice —csWOi Pork, salt. 15«4 —
Corned Beef lOHlilll'ork Ch0p5'. '....".'.'.1H'420
llaiu.i'.ii i:;,,. i i in 1 . rii,, : .i I»il5
do. ICiisteru —sj>l«|ltound Steak loU'-»
I^rd, — (sJlj I Sirloin strait ....15*17
Mutton lO^lvi Porterhouse, do.... 'iUis* —
1-aml) 1i!(.515 Smoked Beef litos'Jl)
Spring L..mb, ¥ ib.-iUg'JSi Veal IJ^» -
FOCLTRV AN'l> OAUK.
Broilers, each. 60® 66 Bare, each 25(9 —
Hens, eacb.... «6;s B7i Mallards, » p'r 60<s> «5
Vouug Koost^ Canvasback.dol OOiwJ'Ji
ers. each.... 65® B7| Sprigs, do 4tK<s 6U
Old Roosters, ,\» idgeon, do 30<ai 1U
each 65® 75 1 Teal, no s:.# 40
Turkeys, t* tb.. 23(<» !is|SmiUucks,do 2<.(9 ii
Ducks. eacn.... '. ...,i I imi, i n^n ,-■ ■:. :t oixut —
Geese. each a (Hirfj 6U Jack Snlpo. dul Ol'stf 1 25
Pigeons, ft pair al'.c. iid (.!■.. .>.. .-• .i.i. : ."> ..■- 1 ■_".">
Rabbits. f( pair 37<a 6Ui\Vildoeese, ca. aU(9 eu
hqulrreis, eaca 12<g 16;
FRUITS AND NETS.
Apples,?* IB 4@ B Orauites.f. dos. 2S($ 75
Aluiondii. f> It). 2Os 25 I'ears. VIB 51$ 10
Uauanas,%< doi 10;> 35 Pineapples, ea. 25ia) 40
Cranberries. %* Irtrslttiniuns, '•&
gallon 6U@ 751 It. 10@ 15
Chestnuts, V 18.. '-'S(3> —i Raspberries, %i
Cocoauuts. ea. 10<g> 12) basket —gj 25
l'i:.b .p|il. s. -■ :;. ;.'.« ti[Ka'.slus, ib.. Bia 15
Figs, Smyr'n.ln \b<ir> 20 struwuerries
uraiivn. * 16 ... si® 15| basket 201$ 25
Lemons, 37f<s 40i Walnuts, ff u>. 20vi£ 25
Lliuo. V dv/.. i.'.^i- 2U|
Asparagus, ¥It 60® 75 : On ions, Ib fie* «
Artichokes. «* , okra, dry, Id' 26(a 40
doz 7ofd>l OOOyster Plut.bh -*» 10
8eet3,»d0».... 25® - Peppers. Rreen,
Beans. Whir* j, V.. .... . 25,^ 35
n?ft:t"JUf f l^ « rarsnlps.'H dox 15« a2O
Do, Pint, t> Ib. 4® 5 Potatoes. # It. . Z 3
Do, Lima, dry, I)o.Swert,-f»lb 4^ 5
„*"> 6« 8 Radishes, * Vl« *
Cabbages, ea... 6,<» a) bchs 15'« 20
CaulltioMcrs.ea s(^ «lSaße,»lb aoi 35
Celery, 9 beta. 6«S SI String lleans.lb laa 25
Crrss.F'dzbchs 15© '.'0 Mar'ft S.iuosii *
8ar110,»n>.... l-Sj vu| ... 3« _
Gr'n Peas. VIB 10;rt l^lThyme, »16 25f« 60
Lentils. » 11.... 12^( lßlTi>ruliii,sdot IS<2 20
Lettuce,? doz. 16^> 26; Tomatoes!* it 6j| 8
SISII— PER nilfXIX
Barracuda ivu> l» Soles aa i 0
Carp »ia 10 Eneltsh Soles". — (i ia
Codtian — M 12 Skates, each.. 20<S 2S
Flounders 10' c* 15iStur K eon B,'d 10
Halibut «l>!s UiTuincod. ] -« 15
Herring 6f<* lo'Turbot _<a 15
Klnitttsh 8(a» 10, Clams, Sgall —a 74
Mackerel. * Ib. 1»8 15Do, hardshell,
Do, ll"l-se, f' m c^t 10' .... 4u\a 60
Perch n-m HilCrabs.eacli. . b(& 16
Pompano 7531 00lD», sott Bhell.
Rocktisn lu«* 151 tMoi 37» 50
Salmon. Brand, loigl taiCrawnsh *.» 6
Salmon, iresh.. fat lOlMusscls, » qrt. 10# 15
Shrimps Vus 10. Oysters. Cal t»
»Ha<l 16(i) aol 100 6U® 7»
Beaßau 120 16 1 Do, Eastern, t»
Bmelta -(«» 16, doi 3&O 60
BAGS— Calcntta spot, nominal; May and Jane,
6V4C; Wool Uajn, 3ttrd>3Bc ; Potato Gunnies, nominal.
RlCE— Chinese mixed, 84 30(34 35 : No. 1 Chinese,
*b J»(36 60 « two mats; extra'.Vo. 1, So 40#Mt SO;
Hawaiian, 86: Louisiana, 85 75 $ ctl.
BUIjAR-The California Hennery quotes term* net
cash: tube, Crushed, Eitra Powdered and Fine
Crushed, all 6u,c: Dry Granulated, evie: contec
tlouera 1 A, 6y 8 c; Extra C, sc: Golden C, 4»Ac *•;
Bags, 14c more than bbls. ' * TFI ,-
The American Sugar Refinery quotes as follows,
terms net cash: Extra Fine Cube, Crushed. Fine
Crushed and Powdered, 6V*c 3 ft; Extra Fine Po™
dered, e-'.ic: Dry Granulated, 6>4c: XX do ev*c-
Confectioners' A. 6>/kc: WhlteExtra C, 6%c: Extra
C. 6'.*c- Golden C. 6c » Ib.
San Francinco Meat Market.
Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers are
YEAI — Large. 6ta>7c; small Calves, 7@B»Ae
MLTTON-Vfettrers, l^T'.^e: Ewes. 6i.i@;c.
LAHIi-tfi^dc; Spring Lamb, 15c 9 n?
PORK— Live Hogs, 4@i4^ s c for ham graln.feil
stock Hogs. ®3i a c f Ib: dressed do, 6l;Q7c V Ib!
Of KAN STKAMKUS.
Pate» of Departure From Man Frannlien.
„ I .. f i !""
HuinboUU . . | Humiioidc liar. . |Dec'i7. 9AMiCiav
Wllamette V Yaquma Hay .... Dec '.'B. 10am I ,-^.iw 1 1
Eureka |Kan i'crtro |!)sc2H, ■<»■■ i:.i .-.-.:
■Santa Kosn. . i.San Diego !mw.io,]]«k imw,- 3
l!i-: ■:!(■ ICbina * JaDau.. |Dec3U. 3ru r M - s
Haytlau Kep I'uzei Souua.... Dec 3U.IOAV MUa'n I
Oregon Portland Dec HO. 10a si iSnear
CltyPueDla.. Vic Jc Pat Sound Dec HI. o*MißdW7l
Curoua lluhiMil IMiay.. !)»■• U. 9AU|Bdw'yl
Australia.... Honoluiti Jan 2. 2PMiOceamc
Pomona San Dtezo Jan 3.11am w»'i :
Columbia.... Portland Jan 3.10am Soear
Acapulco....iJ-anaina iJau 5.12 H P M S 3
Uecarture or Aiuir.uuu sicamer aeueaUJ oa tua
SUN AND TIDE TABLK.
Id Pacinc Standard Time. Compntel by Tno««
ixsn'est, Chronometer and Instrumeu;
.Maker. IS Market street.
Sin Jll. ' 2
tor Litu Supj/tm Jntrtt, .e,irs see Aie/it» I m oqs.
Friday. Deo 28.
Haw stmr Australia, Moudlett, t days from Hono
lulu: pass and ji:!---. lo J 1> Spreckels 4 Bros.
stinr KureUa, Smith, 'JVi, day* from Sau Pedro
pan and mrtse. to Uoodail. Perkins A Co.
Stuir Caspar, Antinson. 38 nours Uom San Pedro*
ballast, to Caspar Lumber Co.
Stnir Jeanle, Porter, 1 1 days from Seattle; 1250
tons coal, to P IS Cornwall.
Stnir Empire, Uutler, 11 days from Departure
Bay ; 7»5 tons dal, to X 1> (nandler.
lirsulp Toxtetli. Whiting. 146 days from London
lmlse, to Meyer. Wilson * Co.
Seiir.lohn Frederick, Beck ,32 hours from Bodega*
22 bis butler; to ltoss A: Hewlett.
Friday. Dec 26.
Br stmr Eton, Newcorab. Nanaiino: J I) Spreckcls
Stmr Mexico, Yon 1! ;.:. Guaymas; Goodall. Per-
K.:ij A. Co.
Stmr Pomona, Hall, San Diego; Goodall, Perking
Mii.r Humboldt, Jt*-i n. Eureka; Searles 4 Stone.
Friday. Dec 28.
stnir State of California. Aekley. Portland.
Stiur Imatllla. Holmes. Victoria.
Stnir National city. Hoeing, IlumuoldC
Stmr Mexico, Yon llelizs. liuaymaa. — •■*
Stnir Pomona, .'fall. S:in IMe^o.
Stnir Crescent city, stocknetn. Crescent City.
Stmr Coos Kay, KleoJsoo, Fort Bragg, etc
Stmr G' psy, Flummer, Santa Cruz. etc.
l>r stnir Eton, Newcotnu, !>~anaimo.
Park Geo V Maiisou, Crack, Tacouia,
Srbr Gem, Kinder, Chainpcrlco.
Schr J 31 Coleman, '1 realtor, Sboalwatcr Bay.
Telears > li *.
POINT tOBOS — Dec 26- 10 p. 8.-YTeather
hazy; wind NE, velocity 22 milos.
Sept li— Lat 37 45 S, long 51 28 W, Br sblp Glen
finart. from Glasgow for San Francisco.
Per I'.rslnp Fori George— No date— Lat 24 13 Jf
125 05 W, lir snip Earl of Daluousle, henco Dec i
Per Br ship Toxtetb— On Soy 22, lat 15 S2 S. long
101 W, Charles Scott, a native of wales, age 136
years, fell from the lower main topsail-yard to tbe
bridge poopdeck and was killed Instantly. He was
burted at sta tbe same day.
POP.T TOWKSE.ND— Dec 26-Schr Helen N. Klm
ball, from Humboldt. put In here wltb cargo eblftrd
and loss of sails, lart of deck-load will probably
bave to be discharged.
Bkui Kureta. from San Dlcgo for Grayt Harbor
put In wltb loss of sails.
1) ratl 1 Pi>rt».
ASTORlA— Arrived Dec 21— Stmr Columbia be»
OLD TACOMA— Arrived Hec 26— SchrChallenrer
from Ked. udo, Tlal'ort Townsend; bark Aureoia!
bence Dec 5.
SAN DlEGO— S.ilea Pec 25— Schr Halcyon
COOS BAY-Sailed Uec iitf— Scnr Glen, for Sao
NEW YORK-Cleared Dec 2i-Scbr Lizzie Colby,
for San Fr&ucisco.
DUBLlN— Arrived Dec '.M— Br ship Bauaocktmrn,
bence Aus 16, via o,ueer.s;ow'n.
PANAMA— SaiIed Dec 12-Brst:nr V BaVracouta,
HONOLULU— Arrived Dec 18-Schr Vesta, fro:n
>ailed Dec 13— Stmr Mar.posa, Tor San Francisco.
Dec 15-Bktu S H Cattle, for Sau Francisco. Dec
IL<— Hark Co.unibla. Tor i'ort Townsend; uer Btmr
Ctiusan. for Hong-Kong: Bktn Rllkltat. for San
Francisco, via Kalmlul. Dec 17— Bktn Planter aLl
schr Alten A, for San Francisco.
KAIIILLI— In pirt Dec 15-Hawbrle Gcoree II
Douglass anil bars F"or«t Queen, for San Kranclsc-o
VuKOHAMA— Arrived Dec 24— Br atmr tiaeiic,
hence Dec 6.
yUEJiNKTOWN"- Sailed Dec 22— Br tblp Bldston
BBAKOHAI— In port previous Dec 23— Br ship
Forest King, for humrds Inlet.
LONDON— Cleared Dec 11— Italian bark Nicole
Acrame, for San Francisco.
NEWCASTLE, NSW— Arrived Dec 2«-Srnr
Golden Shore, from Melbourne to loatl for Hono
LIVERPOOL— Arrived Dec 25-Shlo John A
Briggs, hence Aug 23. "
Imuort it lorn.
HONOLDLU— Per Australia— 9B44 bgs surar 290!)
bi!» rice. 2 b^s coffee, 70:1) bchs bananas. Blß bis do,
763 bd!s green hides. VJ i.dlsstieep skins, -l bill* gnat
skins, 764 mt beer kegs, 200 b Ismt bottlea.l merry
go-round, 14 cs betel leaves. 3.5 cs fruit. 5 cs per
sonal elfects, o cs cuno3, 1 bx coin (SI6JO), 25
NEV>POKT-Per Eureka— ll2 bis onnra, 2 c«
hardware. 25 bis dry apples 1 bx dry goods, 2.59
sks peanuts, sbxs Umiioiis. 3 *ks walnuts. Sl!(8 beans.
Ui'dondo — 100 bis raisins, 1 bbl glassware, 1 bx
blasting powder. 1 1 sks peanuts, 4 sks dry pepper. 5
hf bbl.-t brandy, 1 cs L cheese, 2cs drug^. * pk^s
epice. 436 bxs oranges. Isk walnuts, 55 bia lime*,
1.4 sks sweet potatoes, 104 bxs lemoos,- 80 bxs
•tarcb. 572 sks corn. 2 cs canned fruit. 2 bx dry
beef, 10 Wl ranges, 10 YVI shelves. 12 bxs 1 l.bl
fittingl, 1 stove.
Ventnr.i— l lot Junk. 1 lot scrap iron, 44 bdu green
hides. 20 bxsralslnt. 46 bxs lemons, 1 rs olive oil. fl
cs egas, 1 pkg hardware, 7 pcs doorralK. 23 bxs gr
apples. 1 csilry goods.
Carpenteria-62 sks walnuts. 57 sks chile peppers.
20 s .s walnuts, 44 s«s dry truit.
Santa llariiara— Ibx olives. 2 springs. 1 bdl dT.
hides. 1 sk 13 bdK pelts. 27 cs Uoney. 37 cans 1 hdl
tallow, 2 sks beeswax. 12 bxs limes, 8 bxs lemons, 1
bx plants, 4 sks crawOsh.
Gaviota— 4tfsks l>eaus,s2sks crawfish. 1 bi butter,
3 lulls dry hides.
Port Harford — 8 bxs butter. 1 coop chickens, 1 l>ut
liquor, 2 cs wine, 1 bx bacon. 2 bills liMes. lbx
dry goods, 1 cs nutlons, 1 sk seed. 2 cs hardware, 18
pk£s oyux, 1 cs eegs.
Cayucos— • lo dis lmtter,2cs eggs, 2 coops chickens.
San .Simeon— JS bxs butter, 3 cs eggs 30 bxi
apples, 2 1 ." bxs fish.
LONDON— Per isr ship Toxteth— l34 cs granite, 3
cs 35 csks earthen ware, ID is blacking. 7 ci pi.itux.
62 cs flour-cloth, 68 log* teaK lumber, ico ■
chalk. 437 cs bottled beer. 5 cs effects. 1 cs sail<lUry
962 bars 643 bdls Iron, 1 cs glass. 1 cs Iron n:t ius.l
IK: ludse. 61 pkgs hardw:iie. 40 bgs wttod palp, 50
cs spirits, 12,029 c.sks ct-mt-nt, 5 cs 3 caks draggisi
mi. ir .»■-. SUO cs soap, 18 oi t 75-qt csk< nhcrry, 10J
5-tit cs luadera. 8U Oi mustard. .>SO hjrs sumac. 1
lot scrap iron, quantity chalkslone, 3 bales bagg-iu r .
lul « 20 oct wnlsky.
Per Australia— .T nspreckels A- Bros; R Tucker:
GcU Bros Jt Co: Krou Tanning Co: M W McCliesiifV
dc Son: Vervalln A Kowe; w A Ventou: J V Colilns;
ti v. Patty: P Peck; II t Wheelau; KMiKrule; A
V Everett: II Fink: I) 1. Met i Sons; .1 H Smith: J
Wle-aud Brewing Co; Krettericksbur*: Brewing Co:
A Galll Fruit Co; Mrs I "X Eaton: Ms "Imbaum A
Co: M Pbllllps A t:o; Goldberg:. Howen ft Co; P ■
C^marnios; order: Wing i^bone Lung: Stuff, Fat
A Co; Ton". Wo 4 Co.
Per Eunka— llolbrook, Merrill 4 Stetson: U M Taj
4 Co; V* etmore ilros: Allison. Gray Jt Co: Prl« c.
I'.erlln 4 Co: Lusk « Hughes; Porter Hros A Co:
Wittland A Frederickson: i'alton Bros; s bcatrna
* Co; B Levy * Co: Getz Hros * Co; Murphr. Grain
& Co; Kt'tllngtun 4 Co? l(uekltii;l):iui. UMbtACo:
Sbattuck. Kowaisky .t Co: Cbas llar;cy A Co; J >1
Moore a Co; w X Knights A Co: Uaaattna; j a
Folder * Co; IlawN-y Bros: BMBftt * lUwser; .1 .1
M.'.lus A Co; B.iki'r A Hamilton: «' i I'rkt.sr
Wellman, Peck A Co; Sawyer launliig Co: Curl.::
4 Co: Klsdou. Cabeu A Co; Wbeatou A Ltliir-t; s D
Stone A Co; Grangers' lU:.siue!.s Ass'n: Mt-y<-rtU-l.;
M i L: II N Tlldeii * Co: De Brrwurdl « \v^-
Dodge, Swoeney * Co: X •. Hewlett IM Ha
A Co; OK V* nltney & Co; Moore, Fer.iison & t^.
Phslp". Hiuli-r A Co: Wells, F'ario * Oo: P homa>
Vervalln A l.owe: S Mcl'.enry ■ Co: E It Stevens
Co; O B Smith A: Co; Liri-lui In. HupM A Coj Koi: r
Bros A Co: B M Atchlnson A Co: I) Tiettcman X Ox
I> Kcefp & Co; II«gler « Johnson ; A J H In.
&Co: Marshall. eai;.rt A i rors n: Hills Broi: ■■
IvancovUh 4 Co; Russ. Sanders A Co: P:iM!..l .:
Co; SUerrj', Liwrencf & Co: A I'ulidtul A Co: Ir
Antonia a Co: Davis tm • Cn: E i !■..«.■ a Co:
U Montgomery * Co: (ivnsti & Ansoula.
Per llr shin Toiteth— S I. J.mes .k Co; .1 «a-;i A ■
Son: Ordcr:'J U lioilrn & Co; li N • X «altirsi l
Skinner: Anglo Cal Bank; J Van Vllel: C.rl Jucncr:
Herman Lueders: Maik A CO) C W Craig A Co: •
Taylor & »:o: London and S:ui KrancUc-.i ItanK: W
H Cainpueh: Meyer, Wilson A Co.
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