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Silver declined 3/ s c.
Wheat dull. • Freights steady.
Bailey, Oats, Corn and Rye quiet.
No change in Hay.
Continued heavy receipts of Beans.
Large shipments of Freight overland.
Potatoes and Onions cheap.
No change in Butter, Cheese and Eggs.
Borne kinds of Poultry steadier.
Vegetables about as before.
Cantaloupes selling higher.
Table Grapes in diminished receipt.
Prunes going East rapidly.
Provisions unchanged.
Ides continue weak.
Mexican Dollars lower.
Sterling Exchange tinner.
Larger Revenue Collections-
Increased receipts of Wine.
United States Department ok AoßicrL-
b«T 17. 1^95. .'> p. m.— Weather conditions and gen
era! forecast ;
The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date as
compared with those of same date last season:
Eureka '-'7. last season -.UK: Red Bluff 1.92, last
season 1.24; Sun Francisco .85, last season 1.05;
Fresno .07, las: season .7."> : San Luis Oblspo .10,
last season 1.91; Ixw Angeles trace, last season
.76; Sun Diego .01, last season .05; Yunia .02, last
eeasou .97.
.The following maximum temperatures are re
ported to-day from stations in California: Eureka
f>6. Red Bluff 78, San Francisco 67, Fresno 72, In
dependence 72, San Luis Obispo 70, Los Angeles
74. San Diego 68. Yuma 90.
San Francisco data: Maximum temperature
67. minimum 52, mean 60.
The pressure is slightly above the normal in
British Columbia and Northern Washington. In
nil other sections it is below the normal. it is fall
inc quite rapidly along the entire Pacific Coast, but
no ii, lined storm is apparent. Cloudy weather
prevails throughout California north of the Te
hftchapl and In Southwestern Oregon. Light show
ers have occurred during the day at San Luis
(.■bispo and in 1 lie upper portion of the San Joaquin
Valley. At Fresno .01 of an inch has fallen, but
warnings of the expected shower were distributed
to raisin-growers in ample time to stack their
trays, scattered showers are likely to occur to
night from the Tehachapi northward in California.
While no general storm is yet apparent, still the
fall in pressure along the coast and cloudy weather
along the coast is threatening, and should a storm
approach this coast at present it is likely to move
rapidly eastward.
The temperature conditions have remained prac
tically constant except In the Sin Joaqnin Valley,
where unusually low temperature now prevails.
Forecast marie at San Francisco for thirty hours
ending at midnight October 18. 1895:
For Northern California— Cloudy and threaten
ing, with occasional showers during the night or
Friday; stationary temperature, except slightly
warmer in the southeast portion and cooler along
the central loast: lis;lii generally southerly winds.
For Southern Caliiornia— Uenerally fair! except
sprinkles of ra n to-n ght in the extreme north por
tion: stationary temperature; light southerly to
westerly winds.
For Nevada -Scattered showers to-night in the
extreme southwest portion and Friday in the west
ern portion; generally fair in the east portion, but
with Increasing cloudiness; stationary tempera
tare, except slightly warmer at 1 arson City.
For 1 Generally fair; stationary tempera
For Arizona— Generally fair; stationary tempera
For San Francisco and vicinity— Probably occa
sionally light showers; slightly cooler"; lresh
southerly winds.
W. 11. Mammon. Forecast Official.
NEW YORK. N. V.. Oct. 17.-A little regularity
characterized the opening trading at the stock ex
change, but this Boon gave way to a firmer tone,
especially in the Grangers, which improved 14 to
V: PW cent on the increase of nearly $'..00,000 in
tlie gross earnings of the St. Paul road for the sec
ond week o! October. An advance in the posted
ra:es or" sterling exchange of % to $4 >>!„ and !
$4 891 j. however, dampened the bullish ardor and
started a moderate se.ling movement. It was not i
generally known, however, that at the decline a
leading bear-trader covered fully 3000 shares of
Burlington and Quincy and 2000 shares of distil
ling and Cattle ■•■line. The average operator,
with gold shipments staring him In the face, was
more inclined to take the bear side of the account
and the .--ales for this account led to a decline of 1 4
to 1 14 percent.
sugar, Leather preferred, Pacific Mail and Chi
cago Gas were the greatest sufferers. Altogether
the speculation in the usually prominent stocks
was a gain of a retail character. This will be seen
when it is staled that the total sales of thedav
were only 164,450 shares, Of which 36,900 shares
were Sugar, 14,400 Burlington and Quincv, 12. W00
Chicago Gas, 11. -/00 St. Paul and 10,700 Leather
preferred. In the specialties Pullman jumped 1
per cent, to 176, and promptly returned to 172.
Consolidated Gas rose 114, 10 148; Cleveland, Lo
raine and Wheeling preferred sold at ti4(S64y 2 .
The market closed weak under professional selling,
with prices tjfeto 7 S below yesterday's mvi figures.
Bonds were lower. Sales footed up $1,220,000.
Chicago, Burlington and Northern lives fell 2 10
105: Louisville and Nashville fours, ly 8 to 86V 2 :
Kansas I'aciric consol certificates, 1 to 84: Oregon
Short Line <ousol lives, IVi to 61 1 Texas Pacific
firsts,, •., to 89%, do seconds, 1 to 25: United
stales Cordage sixes certificates, 1 to 45% and
southern Bailway lives. i 2 to 96. Omaha and St.
Louis tours certificates rose 1 to 44, St. Paul, Hast
ings and Dakota lives I'-j1 '-j to 108 and Savannah and
Western consols 1 to 66 4.
In Government bonds at the board $34 000
coupon fours of 1925 brought 122%©122%.
The Mercantile sate Deposit company reports
silver bullion on hand, 218,602 ounces: deposited,
none; withdrawn, none; certificates outstanding.
Grain and 3lerchanclise.
NEW . YORK, N. V.. Oct. 17.-Flour, quiet
and steady. Winter wheat— Low grades, $2 25
(0.2 60; uo, fair to fancy, $2 [email protected],3 45 : do, patents,
53 s(i(a.;> 75; Minnesota clear, $2 [email protected] 25: do
straights, $3 '.'Oig»a 50; do patents. 53 [email protected] 20: low
extras. $2 25(0,2 60: city mills. [email protected]; do pat
ents, *4 20(0,4 45; Southern Hour, dull, steady
common to fair extra, $2 1O(&2 so; good to choice
do, $2 90(g.3 30.
Rye nour-cjuietbut firm at $2 [email protected]: buckwheat
Hour, $1 [email protected] 7."..
Cornmeal— Dull, steady. Yellow Western, 82 60
(c 2 65.
Rye— Nominal. No. .2 Western, [email protected]; State
and Jersey, ■u;i* jsc
Barley— Nominal; No. 2 Milwaukee, 46(0>50c-
Western, [email protected]
Wheat— Spot market more active: No. 2 red, in
store and elevator. 68y 2 c; atioat, 09y-.c- 1o D
70c: No. 1 Northern, 67' c. "'
Options opened firm and advanced y 2 c on local
covering and following the West with less favorable
crop conditions declined 2 c on realizing, closing
steady at V B @V4 over yesterday, with trading dull
December ana May only traded in. Sales included
No. 2 red March, 701 2 c; May, 70S, b e: October,
665 /^c; December, t.7'^i.
Corn— Spots moderately active: strong; No 2
38V 8 c elevator: 39V»c atloat. Options advanced
from V«@ l / 4on decreased receipts weal, with trad-
Ing littnt and the close unchanged to i/ over
yesterday. May and December most active.
October, 373/ c: November, 36 % c: December
355 May,3s^ B e.
Oats— Spots quiet, easier. Options dull, easier-
October. 23 % C: November, 23V 8 c: May, 2524 c'
Spot prices : No. 2. 233 / [email protected] 4 c: N0.2 White, 25yic;
No. 2 Chicago, 251 +( - : No. 3. 23V«.c; No. 3 White.
24c: Mixed Western, [email protected]; White 25&30 -
White state, 25aS0c
Feed— Bran, 67y 2 @i72y 2 c; Middlings, 75(5,80c.
Plgiron— Firm, lair demand: American. $12®
Copper— Quiet. Lake. $11 9"r0.12 10.
Lead— Quiet; Domestic. $3 37y->fg;3 40.
Tin— Dull. Straights, $14 50. Kates, moderate
demand, firm.
speller— Dull. Domestic, 94 0501 12%.
Hops— Dull, easy ; State common to cnoice, [email protected]
7c; New, [email protected]; Paciiic Coast, [email protected] London
market unchanged.
Wool — Quiet, firm; Domestic fleece, [email protected]
pulled, 15fe34c; Texas, [email protected] .
Lard— Quiet, lower; Western steam closed $6:
City, .*5 75: October, $6 nominal; refined slow;
Continent. *6 45; S. A., $6 80; compound,
Pork— Dull; steady. Mess, »9 75<g10. •
Butter— Steady, moderate demand. State dairy
[email protected]; do creamery, 22«,@23c; Western dairy,
10(2l4c- do creamery, 14<si2Kc: do June, 16®21c
do factory, 10M,@18%c; El ms, 23c; imitation
creamery, [email protected]'c.
Cheese— Firmer, fair demand. State, large 634®
9Vjc: do fancy, B ro,9VaC: do small. 7rajlOi/!iC
part skims. 3y«@7^.c; lull skims. 2Wn,3c
Eggs Quiet, steady, state and Pennsylvania
[email protected]: Western, fresh, [email protected]; limed, 16®
16' -jf ■
Tallow— Quiet, unsettled. City, 4y 1 @43/ li e- sales
150 pounds: country, 43/ B @4tj,g C . T ■'*■■-- '
Rice— Fairly active, steady. Domestic, »2i(36c-
Japan, 35/B(<i334c. * w '
Molasses— KorrUni nominal: New Orleans open
kettle. 26(&32c: moderate demand.
Coffee— steady, unchanged to 10 points down.
October, $15 35; November, $15 10r<£15 15- De
cember. *15: March. $14 60: May, if 14 25-' Spot
Rio steady, more active; No. 7, 16<i6161/QC '
Sugar— Raw. steadier, dull. Fair* refining 3V*c
centrifugals, 96 test, 35/ 8 c Refined, quiet, steady :
off A. 4 [email protected] 2 c- mold A. sc; standard A,43,icj
confectioners' a. 4c.se; cut loaf, .vy 8 crushed
ft ß /* powdered, sc; granulated, [email protected]; cubes, sc.
• -
CHICAGO, ii.i... Oct.. 17.-The local crowd is
distrustful of the situation. in wheat. When the
enormous increase in the world's visible supply,
given by Bradsireet's yesterday, sufficed to cause
only a slight recession and when other bear news
of pronounced importance falls ■ flat, speculators
argue that there is something back of the. stub
born ness shown by prices.' The popular opinion
lesms 10 (he theory that New York Is at the bot
tom of the strained conditions. The opening this
morning was firm, several prominent shorts cover-
Ing freely because of the failure of the market to
evince any weakness. Cables from Liverpool were
steady, which, In view of the moderate decline of
yesterday In this market, was calculated to impart
firmness. The talk of droughty weather in the
wheat sections received confirmation by the Cin
cinnati Price Current this morning. That was an
oint r feature encouraging 10 buyers.
Receipts at Chicago were 245 cars and the
Northwest had 1270. Local inspect ions .from
store amounted to 18,600 bushels. About noon it
was r. •■Kitted that some - people had mail advices
from Buenos Ayres stating that "the Argentine
crop promised 10 be tin: largest ever raised In that
I country. A gradual weakening from that time on
I took place and values declined slowly. Export
I clearances were light at 117,997 bushels. losing
Continental cables were, higher for Antwerp, lower
. for Paris and higher for Berlin. New York wired
! of the sale of 20 boatloads for export. There was
j a slight recovery near the close on covering of
short wheat. December opened- from C()5/ 8 c to
60% C, sold between 60' c and 60' 4 (a 60s a c, clos-
I ing at 80%@60*4c, Vie higher than yesterday. Es
-1 timated receipts for 10-mormw, 805 cars.
! Corn- -The strength of wheat was the agent for
firmness in corn. Nothing particularly fresh in
the way of news was received. The Cincinnati
Price Current reported corn husking and cribbing
progressing favorably. Liverpool cables were
quiet and firm. Receipts, -385 cars, were fifteen
less than expected, and 301.680 bushels were
taken from store. Export clearances amounted
to 169,970 bushels, With the decline in wheat
came corresponding weakness in corn and a subse
quent recovery with the finer grain. May corn
opened at isgi/ie, sold ill 29% C, where closed,
V(;C higher than yesterday. Estimated receipts
for to-morrow, 395 cars.
Oats were a little firmer this morning than they
were yesterday at the close, the improvement
coming through the action of wheat. After the
early morning trading was over the market be
came settled and steady. Receipts were 241 cars,
and 275. V5:i bushels were withdrawn from store.
May oats closed a shade under yesterday. Esti
mated receipts for to-morrow, 257 cars.
Flax— Was steady. Cash No. 1, f>f%9sy 2 c; Octo
ber. [email protected]%c: November. 95c: December,
95y 2 c; May, $1 01®l 01 1,4. Receipts, 117 cars.
Provisions— market was again In a gloomy
state. The way the hogs are arriving and the
weakness resulting from the enormous supplies
! ha ve a very depreciating effect on produce. Prices
nt the yards this morning were Ec to 10c lower,
and a corresponding decline took place In provi
sions. January pork closed Hie lower, January
lard 2y 2 c lower and January ribs 5c lower.
Closing prices:
Wheat— October, ri93ic; December, 603ic; May,
64 fie.
Corn— October, 29 "kc; December, 28c; May,
29% c,
Oats— October, 17% c; December, ' 18Vic; May,
20% c " ■ ..
Pork— October, ?8 32y 2 ; January, $9 37 V 3; May,
*P 65.
Lard— October, $5 85; January, .$5 70; May,
$5 f7V2-
Ribs— October, $4 07' •_>: January. $4 75.
Business in the butter market was quiet. There
was a falling Off in the number of Orders received,
and as fancy grades were wanted principally and
were scarce the trade was small. Prices were un
Eggs were easier: arrivals were larger and con
siderable was taken from cold storage. Fresh
stock sold at [email protected] 2 1 ' per dozen.
Money was 4y ! £s per cent on call and [email protected] per
cent on time loans. New York exchange sold at
45c discount.
UNION STOCKYARDS. lir.i., Oct. 17.— The
cattle market was In a decidedly unsatisfactory
condition to-day. The demand was very light and |
offerings liberal. Eastern markets are said to be j
overstocked. There was another run of enormous j
proportions in hogs. The usual decline of [email protected]
took place. Ihe demand from Chicago packers
was good, but many hogs were carried over. There
was fair trading in sheep and lambs lit the late
decline in prices.
Receipts, 13,000: common to extrasteers,
[email protected] 50: stockers and feeders. .$2 25^)4;
cows and bulls. $1 40(33 75: calves. $2 50ru.C 25:
.Texans, $1 [email protected] 50: Western rangers. $2 :-;5(^4 30.
Hoes— Receipts, 40.000: Jieavy packing and shin
ping lots, $3 t>o(s3 95 : common to choice mixed,
$3 s*>@4: choice assorted, $3 55&3 95; light,
$3 40(0,3 9J; pigs. $1 7f>fdi3 85.
! Sheep— Receipts, 14,000; inferior to choice, $1 25
! @3 40: lambs, -12 [email protected] 25.
NEW YORK, N. V., Oct. 17.— The Earl Fruit
Company sold California fruit at open auction i
(West Shore dock) today as follows: Grapes-
Tokay, half crates, 80c(<j,<fl 26; Emperor, half
j crates, [email protected]$l 16; Morocco, half crates, -90c.
Porter Bros. Company sold: Grapes— Double !
crates Tokay, $2rgt2 05. 1
CHICAGO, 1 1.1... Oct. Porter Bros. Company
sold to-day at open auction: Grapes— Single crates
Muscats, 6(>tou.V.
The Earl t'ruit Company sold : Grapes— Tokay
3 2 [email protected] 10; half crates. [email protected] 35: Cornicuons,
$s 25; half crates. $1 05<$l 25; Muscats,' half
crates, 70c. Pears. Clout Morcean, $1 b5.
The National Irint Association sold: Pears —
Utah. 81 85; Keifer, $1 50; Winter Neliis, f*2.
Half crates Tokays, »1 15(al 35; half do. Muscats, i
[email protected] 2.>. " i
The National Fruit Association sold: Half crates ;
Tokays, *l(gil 10; full crates Tokays, $1 [email protected] 20;
half crates Cornichons, $1 05; full do. Malagas,
$1 25. ' j
Bonds, Exchange. .'Money ami Railroad
shares. j
Money on call [email protected] 2 X; last loan at 21,34 and \
closing offered at 2i/ 2 %. Prime mercantile paper,
[email protected]%. Bar silver, 67-'-sC. Mexican dollars.
53% c. Sterling exchange, is strong, with actual 1
j business in bankers' bills hi $4 [email protected] Xx for
60 days and $1 88V' 2 @4 88% for demand. Posted
rates. $4 8sy 2 @4 BV-/2- Commercial bills, $4 Ktii L ,
1 (34 87yt. Government bonds easier; State bonds
mill; railroad bonds lower. Sliver at the board
was steady.
' . . . ■ CI.OSIXO STOCK*.
Am Tel & Cable.... 95 Norfolk * West.... 3i/
Atchlson 215,5,] Preferred l^Va
Preferred ii2yg'North American... si/g
Adams Express. ..lso Northern Pacific. 45,g
Alton. Haute, 60 Preferred. 18:i + j
American Express.llG Northwestern 10tjy i
American Tobacco. 92 : Preferred 148
Preferred 104 N. Y. Central 100t
BnyStateGas -l\i N. Y. Chlcago.tS.L 14
Baltimore A Ohio.. 61 '• Ist preferred 65
Bruuswict Lands.. I 1? 2d preferred 28
Buffalo. Roch AP. 123 N. Y.itN. 11.. 185
Canada Pacific 60 1 /* N. Y. & New Eng. 51
Canada Southern.. 5) : N. Y. Susq & \V... 1234 I
Canton ' Land 5O 7 Preferred... 3f>Va
Central Pacific lgV^'Ontarlo i>i 4
Ches. <t Ohio ig>/s'Ontario it Western. 18i/s i
Chicago Alton 163 (Oregon Improvmu 61/2
Preferred 173 Preferred "-5 :
Chicago, U. & Q 86 Oregon Navigation. 24
Chicago <X E. 111... 49 Oregon Short, Line. 10
Preferred 102' Pacific Mail 29 1/ 2 i
Chicago Gas ti^/s-Peona, D.ifc Evans. 5y 8
! Cleve & Piltsbure.l6s I'ltlsburK W pfd. 31 '
Consolidation Coal. 2 ' Pullman Pa1ace.. .172
Consolidated Gas.. 14 1 -' A Quicksilver . 31 4 I
C. C.C. & St. Louis. 441/2 Preferred 16V 2 ,
Preferred 93 llteaaing 203 /4 :
Colo. Fuel <S Iron.. 36y 2 RloGrande&Westn 17
Preferred M 6 j Preferred 41 j
Cotton Oil Cert — 2*%R O cfc Island 77- -' 8 ■,
Commercial Cable. 150 jßomeWat AOgdenllS
Del. Hud50n. ......132V 2 St. L. & S. W 7*4
Del.Lack&Westerultisys Preferred 16i/ 4
Denver<tß. G...... 16 l /i St. Paul. 76%
Preferred ■ 53 ! Preferred Uii:j 4
Distillers l! :■»>/. St. Paul <£ Duluth. 22
General Electric... 37% Preferred 88
Erie 11 Si. Paul & Omaha.. 433/ g ]
Preferred 25 | Preferred 122V 2 '
Fort Wayne...- .165 H. P. M. A M......114 !
Great Northern pfd. 124 Silver Cert ift cai 67%, '
Green Bay 1,8 Southern Pacific... 23 v*
1 Harlem 260 Southern R. R 12i/ 2
j Hocking Coal 2i/ 2 ' Preferred 375/s
I Hocking Valley... 23 .Sugar Refinery.... 107 '
I Homestake 30 | Preferred...." 100y 4 '
H. <t Texas Cent- . 2y 3 Term. Coal <ft Iron. 42
Illinois Central.... 100 | Preferred 101
lowa Central 10y a Texas Pacific . .'.l loy 2 i
Preferred 3f>i, Tol.A.A.it N.Mich, 1 1/. i
Kansas <fc Texas.. 17 '101. <fc Ohio Cen.... 34 i
Preferred 36V 2 Preferred 77
Kingston Pern... S lol.St.LollU.fc K.G. 10
! Lake Erie A We.nn 2»V4 ! Preferred ltf
Preferred 77 Union Pacific .. M'- 1
I Lake Shore 151 V. P.. Den. A. Gulf. «i 8
i Nationni l^ead 34 C.S. Cordage. ... t
Preferred 91 Preferred 1, -
Island 84 Guaranteed....... 311.
Louisville & Nash. 613/ 8 1:. S. Express 46'
Louisville -Na&Cli. 9 I U. S. Leather. . 18.y 8
Preferred 2714] Preferred 766/,
Manhattan Consol lI>9S/ L". S. Rubber 40V*
Memphis * Charts. 16 j Preferred. . 94y«
Mexican Central... 12% Ullca * B. River.. 160
Michigan Central.. lfO Wab. S. 1., <t Pac. HV a
Minn ii Preferred 22%,
■ Preferrea.......... IWells-Fargo lox '
Minn. & St. L com. 25y 2 Western Union.... 92
lit preferred sey a W ls Centra......... 61/4
preferred fifly Wheeling A, L. E.. 15
Missouri Pacific 3(H4 Preferred 47
Mobile «fc Ohio -'3 V 2 Am Cotton Oil pfd. 72JA
Nashville Chatt.... 76 ,W U Beef .'. 9'"
National Linseed.. 231/ 2 |l I Traction 19^/i.
N. J. Central 112 I
US 4s, reg lll%'MKT2ds 6fii/
Do. 4s coupon... 11 ]» | Do, 4s. . 88
f S 4s new reg Mutual Union 65.. .114
Do, 4s coupon. ..1223/ g 'N J Cent Gen 55.. 119 i/»
Do. 2s 97 Northern Pac lsts.ll7
Do, 6s. lUs/s' Do, 2ds 10iy 2
Do, 5s c0up0n... .1157 Do, .Ids. 72
Cherokee 4s. 1896 UlO-., 4 Northwest Consols.l4o
Do. 1897 100* /4 | Do, deb 5s 110
Do. 1898 1003iOR,fcx lsts 1113,:
Do. 1899 100:« SiLAIrOLMtGen5s 6h
Pacific 6s 0f. .100 HI LA s F Gen 6s. 110
D. C. 3-6 5s 110 St Paul Consols . .13746
Ala Class A 4 109 i ,? St. P. C. <t Pa lsts. llß
Do, Class 84, 85.]09y 2 ! Do. Pac Cal ists..lliy«
LaConsol4s 9Si<2 Southern H. It. 5«. 96
Missouri funding.. (Texas Pacific firsts 90
N Carolina con 65.. 124 ,Texas lac seconds. 2ft ; Vi
Do, 4s 102 UnionPacl3tof96.lo9.
So Carolina 41/38... 105 West Shore 4s 106
Term new 87 Mobile A. Ohio 45.. t»53,4
Va funding debt... 62% R GrancioWest lsts 77 V 2 :
Do, reg...:....... JChes<tO6s .1113,4
Do, deferred 65... 6V !Atchlson 45... 80%
Do, trust rents st 6 j Do. 2ds A ..... 33
Canada South 2ds.. 107 Gli& S A 65... .104 '
Cen Pac lstsof '9s.lo4y 2 Do. 2d 7s. .:.... 10U/ 2
Den* RG 15t."...;117% H & Tex Cent 55.. 1 1 1 4
Do, 45............ 92 j Do. con 6s 105
Erie 2d5. •.'.... 79 Readiug4s..i 8734
Kansas Pa Consols 83 Missouri 6s 100
Ks Pa Ists Den divll3 I
LIVERPOOL, Kno., Oct. 17.— The spot market
Is steady at 5s 3y [email protected] 4i/ijd. Cargoes are firm at
2bs 6d prompt shipment.
_ The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations for No. 2 Red Winter: Octo
ber, 6s 23 d; November. 6s 3V»d: December,
os 4i4d; January, 6s /4 d; February, 6s sV*d.
LO tL r) , n . N ' s"*« Oct. 17.— Consols. 107 7-16: sli
ver, 30 15-1 French Rentes.- 10i)f S7y 2 c. Bul
lion out of Bank of England, £120,000. '
Internal Revenue collections in this district in
September were $172,235, against $105,437 in
September, 1894. The collections thus fax this
I year are 351.503,086, acralnst $1,388,810 in the
same time last v«-ar. This year's collections in
clude $447,062 for Beer, $627,9/0 for Spirits and
5157.501 for Cigars and Tobacco. The 1895 col
lections are the largest for three years. .
Sterling Exchange, 60 days — $4 88
Sterling Exchange, sight — 4 89
New York Exchange, sight — 02i/jj
j New York Exchange, telegraphic. — ' 05
I Fine silver, spot, %* ounce — 67%
Mexican Dollars 65Vi 66
• Receipts of California Wine at San Francisco
during tne first nine months of the year were 11,
--252,600 gallons, against 9,489,800 gallons during
the same period in 1894. The receipts of Califor
nia Brandy were 102,220 gallons, against 362,370.
Overland shipments of freight from Northern and
Central California via Southern Pacific lines in Sep
tember were very large, being 62,490 tons, as fol
lows: From San Francisco, 25,314 tons; Oakland,
• 2699: San Jose, 8143; Stockton. 8117; Sacramento
; and East, 15.442: sville, 2776.
The leading items were: 1514 tons Beans, 478 do
Borax, 27,500 gals Brandy, 954,750 do Wine,
' 0'.>78 tons Canned Goods, 12,619 do Fresh Fruit;
I 7014 do Dried Fruit, 3421 do Kaisins, 183 do Nuts.
237 do Hides, 414 do Leather, 86 do Honey, 192
do Hops, 1409 do Potatoes, 121 do Vegetables, 401
do Wool, 2420 do Canned Salmon, 176 do Pickled
Salmon, 61 do Quicksilver, 538 do Powder, 83 do
i Coffee, 673 do Tea, 99 do Rice and 10,179 do Sugar.
« ■
WHEA T— Continues, quiet, but the tone is firm.
The Royal Forth takes for Liverpool 91,597 ctls,
valued at $87,000. No. 1 is quotable at 93»[email protected]
95c ~H ctl: choice, 9 6 Vie; lower grades, [email protected];
extra choice for milling. 97y 2 [email protected] ?& ctl.
Informal Session lo o'clock— May— Boo tons,
SI 93%; -'00. SI 0314. December-1400, 978/ 8 c
iiE<jn.AK Mormnii skssion— December— soo
tons, H7S.BC. May-200, $1 033 : 500, $1 03*4.
Aftkr.noon Hussion— May— 6oo tons, $1 033/».
December— 97% c.
BA ft LEY— The market continues quiet and deal
ers report an easier feeling.
shipment of 12,740 ctls Brewing, valued at $10,
--700. to Liverpool, Feed, 58%@611£c; choice,
62y 2 c: Brewing, [email protected] 2 c; Cnevaller, [email protected] 10
ior No. 1 and [email protected] ft ctl tor on grade. .
Informal Session— lo o'clock-No sales.
Regular Morning Session — No sales.
Afti.unoon Session— No sales.
OATS— The situation is unchanged. Milling are
quotable at 85(a;:i0.- i* ctl; fancy Feed, 7.i(aßoc;
I pood to choice, [email protected] 2 c: common to fair, ft.Vg;
6'Ji „;(,r ay, [email protected]; Red, 7(><ft9Os:; Black. 90c(g/
i $1 30; Surprise, [email protected] 9 ctl.
CORN — Sales are lew and small. Large Yellow,
I 87V2®9Uc: Small Round do, [email protected] 3 /*c; White,
I 90c(g;!?l V ctl.
I ,KYb;[email protected]"#ctl.
I BUCKWIIKAT- &7». a @9sc 3 ctl.
FLOUR— Net cash prices are: Family extras,
i 93 [email protected] 35; Bakers' extras, $3 [email protected] 25; super
tine. *-j [email protected] 50 > bbl.
COKNMKAL, ETC.- Feed Corn, [email protected] * ton;
! Cracked Corn, if^O [email protected] 50 %4 ton.
BRAN — $13.'riil4 50 a ton, jobbing rates.
MIDDLINGS— [email protected] for lower grades up to
$19 50 *>• ton for the best.
FEKDSTUFFS— Rolled Barley, [email protected]; Oilcake
i Meal at the null. $20 '<$ ton; jobbing, $22 50; Cot
tonseed Oilcake, $24.
11 AY— Quotations remain unaltered. Wheat is
quotable at $7 [email protected] 50 'A ton; (im.?iw>Ml
i t* ton: Wheat and Oat, $7 [email protected] 1* ton: Barley.
?6 [email protected]: Alfalfa, [email protected]; Clover, $6(g,7; Com-
I pressed, STia-lU: stock, .f [email protected] »>. ton. \
; ST.KAW- 35(j}55c V- bale.
; BEANS-A rrivals continue heavy, those yester
! day being 8576 sack*. Xc further change in
I prices. Bayos are quotab'e at $l(a.l 12y 3 "$ ctl:
I Small Whites. 51 40 ol 63 V ct!; Pea, $1 t<O(<S
j l 75: Large Whites, $1 20:0.1 30: Pink, [email protected] 20;
I Bads, $1 [email protected] 20: Ulackeye, $1 75©1 85; Red
Kidney, $1 [email protected]; Limas, 92 60&2 85; Butters,
Jfl [email protected] 6,, ~& cil.
I SEEDS — Brown Mustard, $1 [email protected]; Trieste,
I $1 [email protected]" 05: Yellow Mustard. 51 25&1 60: Flax,
jsl 7.")( a.l 85 f» ctl: Canary, 3(g.3i 2 c '«* Ib; Alfalfa,
S @ii /4 c; Rape, 13/[email protected] %» Cj: Timothy. vy 2 c;
: Hemp, 4C '£ Ib.
[ DIUKIi PEAS— Nominal at $1 [email protected] 30forNiles
: and $1 [email protected] 60 f) ctl for Green.
j POTATOES— Continue alow. Sweets, [email protected]!Jl "$
] ctl; Salinas Burbanks, [email protected]: River Burbanks,
; [email protected]; Oregon Burbanks, [email protected]; River Reds,
. 30(a:4(ie V ctl.
ONIONS-Quoted at [email protected] ? 1 ctl; Pickle On
i lons. "s(gi4oc ctl.
VEGETABLES— Cucumbers are doing better.
i Green Peppers. [email protected] "$ box: Dried Pep
pers, [email protected] 2 c "£ tb; Green Corn, [email protected] ~H box
j for Berkeley and $lrfsl 75 x> box for Alameda;
i Tomatoes, 3lw£4oc: Summer Squash, [email protected]
Green Peas. [email protected]%Ci,%4 It.: String Beans, [email protected];
Lima Beans. 2^U3Sc; Cucumbers, 35<&4Uc 1* box:
Green Okra. 40(&5Uc: Dried Okra, 12y 2 c f! It.; Egg
! Plant, 25(a.40c: Cabbage. 60c ctl; Feed Car-
I rots, 30(o,40c: Garlic, •-'y 2 <&3y 2 c t* Mi; Marrowfat
I Squash, S'.'i.-i^ii V toil.
BUTTER— No further change in the situation.
Creamery— Fancy, 24c %( Ib; special marks
, higher: seconds. l<)f«-2Ji. c.
Dairy— Fancy, L'oc; good to Choice, [email protected];
! lower grades, nominal.
Ckkamkky Tub— lß@l9c $» lb.
Pickled— 16(&17V2 ? lb.
Firkin— [email protected] p lb.
CHEESE— Fancy mild new. [email protected] ip Ib; common
Ito good, 6®7y 2 c '& lb; Young America, [email protected];
I KaNtprn, 12(513c ■» lb.
I EGOS— Th« market was quiet and unchane:ed.
; Oregon Eggs, [email protected] f) aoz: extra fancy Fast
j em, '[email protected]: fair to choice Kastern, 19(a,"22>- 2 c:
store i-.ucs. [email protected] "f 1 dozen; cold storage, "ioc;
; ranch K(jgs,.3o(gi34c ~& doz.
POri.TRY-Turkeys, Hens and old Roosters are
steadier, but young Roosters. Fryers and Broilers
j continue in oversupply and very weak.
Live Turkeys, 12<gl3c V lb for Gobblers and 10
, ©12c for Jlens: dressed do, [email protected]; Geese, f, pair,
! $1 50(@l 75; Ducks, 9495 60; Hens, 98 60®4 50;
Roosters, young. $3 80(a.4 : do, 01d,[email protected] 50"; Fry
ers, $;-! no; ±iroilers, $2 6()fgi3 \>. doz for large and
rmall: Pigeons, $1 75(g,2 25 %* dozen for young and
I !(>l(a(l 25 for old.
! GAME— Hare, [email protected] 25; Rabbits. $1 25(a)l 50 »
doz; Gray Geese, $2^i2 60; White Geese, *ltol 00
%* dozen. "
I ORCHARD FRUITS— Cantaloupe^ and Nutine}j
I Melons are higher. Apples continue plentiful and
j flail, Quinces quotable at [email protected] %> box- Canta
loupes, -*lwl 50 t< case; Watermelons, *3f<£6 ¥1
100: NuiniVKS. 60c box; Apples, 50»,75c
V box for pod to choice and [email protected] for common
to fair: Winter N./llis Pej-rs. 60e«d»l: other Pears
40«lMjc: Pomegranates, [email protected] ft box. '
BERRIES— Cape Cod Cranberries are jobbin- to
retailers at $8 5U(a9 V bbl. Huckleberries. [email protected]
fl lb; Raspberries. $3 [email protected]: Strawberries, $7fci9 ■»
■ chest lor Longworths and *[email protected] %* chest lor larue
berries. *
GRAPES— Arrivals of Wine Grapes are smaller
and prices keep steady under a good rteman 1.
I Table Grapes are also in diminished receipt and
I therefore less demoralized, though prices Keep low.
! Grapes in crates for shipment were in active de
mand. Zinfandel Wine Grapes. Slßra)22; Mission
! »16(o;18^ ton: Wliiici w me Grapes, [email protected]; Black
Grapes, 16®25c box; Muscats, [email protected]; Isabel-
I las, [email protected]; Cornichon, [email protected]; Tokay, [email protected]
j box. -
CITRUS FRUlTS— Mediterranean Sweets. SI 75
(a2t*box: Lemons, $2 [email protected] 50 %* box for com
mon and $ 4(a)5 for good to choice; Mexican Limes,
[email protected]; Bananas, $1 [email protected] 50 i>. bunch; Pineap
ples are nominal.
DRIED FRUITS— The Prune market is mixed.
They are actively going East from San .lose and
! prices are very irregular, owing to the lack of the
I usual uniformity in the size of the fruit this year.
They are cheap enough, anyhow.
The following prices rule on the Fruit Exchange-.
Apples, 3c ** lb lor quartered, 3y c ■* Id for sliced
and 4V*@sc %< lb for evaporated; Peaches, 4(aisc
i* Ib, ana tic for fancy: peeled, in boxes, [email protected]:
Prunes, 4c for the four sizes' and 4 1 /..<VS5c. for 10(^
50's: Apricots, B(ffi9ysc for prime to choice and 10(q>
lie lb for fancy Moorpark: Figs, black. 3<a3y 2 c
¥ lb for presse.i ann Wjjfiy&c for unuressed; White
Figs, 3y 2 @4c %* Ib for pressed: Pears, 7c S Ib
for evaporated halves, 4(ai6i/oc y It, for quarters;
Plums, 4(gi4i£c for pitted and 1 i/2®2i,.,(: for v 11
--pitted; Nectarines, [email protected] %* Ib for 'prime to choice
and 6y c for fancy.
I crop gooas are, carload lots: London layers, [email protected]
j $1 ft bx ; four-crown, loose, 3y 2 c %* lb: three-crown,
loose, 2340; two-crown, 214 c: seedless Sultanas, 3c;
Seedless Muscatels, 2y 3 c: clusters, $1 35; Debesa
clusters, $2; imperial clusters, $2 50 : Dried Grapes,
SH4c Ib. . •
KtITS — Chestnuts are quotable at 10c «
Ib; Walnuts, [email protected]%c "^ Ib for No. 1 hard and
P/MJU/acf* 1' for softshell, .iobnlng lots; Almonds,
[email protected],for J.anguedoc [email protected] for paper-shell;
Peanuts, sCa.6c fl lb for Eastern and [email protected] a c
%•- lb for California; Hickory Nuts. [email protected]; Pecans,
6c for rough and 8c for polished: Filberts, [email protected];
Brazil Nuts, 7y (g»Bc V It,; Cocoanuts. [email protected] %» 100.
HONEY— Comb, [email protected] ■b* lb for bright and 8c
for lower grades; water-white extracted, sc; light
amber extracted, 4V4<s4%c; dark amber, 4c.
BEESWAX >. lb.
CORED MEATS— 7c for heavy and 7U,c
for light medium, jO-/ c for light, [email protected] for extra
light and 12y 2 c for sugar-cured Eastern Sugar
cured liauii, ,[email protected] 2 c: California Hams, lOi'.ftO
lie; Mess Beef, [email protected] 1* bbl; extra mess do, $8
&9; family do, 10: extra prime Pork. $9 # bbl:
HitrarleHr. $16 bbl; mess, $14 •& bbf; Smoked
Beef, 9i/ @loc Ib. , - . • 1
LARD— Eastern, tierce's, quotable at [email protected] «
I ft for compound, «ad Be for pure; palls. BVac: (Jal-
Ifornia, tierces, 6y 2 c for compound aha ey^c for
pure: half bbls," 7c; 10- tins, 7yic: do 5-Ib, 7y 2C
%>. lb.
COTTOLENE— 7y 2 c In tierces, and 8s/ 8 c * Ibm
10-lb tins.
HIDES AND SKINS— Weak and inactive at the
decline. Heavy salted steers are * quotable at
[email protected] 2 c "$, lb; culls and brands, [email protected] 2 c t* lb;
medium, [email protected] c "$ lb: culls and brands, [email protected] 2 c;
light. [email protected] a c: culls and brands. 6(g)6V2 ( ': Cowhides,
[email protected] 2 c; culls and brands, [email protected] 2 c: salted Kip, 7c;
salted Calf, 9c; salted Veal, 7c: dry Hides, usual
selection, 10c; culls and brands, 12<®12y 2 c; dry
Kip, 12ta)]3c; dry Calf. 18c; prime Goatskins, 20®
35c each; Kids, 6c; Deerskins, good summer, 30c
TVtt.: medium, [email protected]>c: winter, [email protected]: Sheep
skins, shearlings. [email protected] each; short wool, 30®
40c each; medium, sO(a>6Oc each: lone; wool, 60tfS
70c each. Culls of all kinds, about y 2 c less.
TALLOW— No. 1 rendered is Quotable at 414
@4y<jc li» Ib: country Tallow, [email protected]; refined, be:
Grease. 3<g)3y 3 ft,.
WOOL— We quote Fall as follows: Humboldt and
M-ndocino, 6i.,rg;Bc; San Joaquin and Southern,
3y 2 @sc %l Ib: free Mountain, [email protected] 2 C defective do,
4(g, tic.
BOPS— at [email protected] IS lb.
BAGS— Grain Bags, nominal; Wool Bags, [email protected]
COAL— Wellington is quotable at $8: New Wel
lington. $8 %i ton: Southfield Wellington, $7 50
ton: Seattle, $6;' Bryant. $6: COOS Bay, ss: Walls
end. $7: Scotch, $7" 50: Brymbo, $7 50; Cumber
land, $8 50 In bulK aim 50 In sks: Pennsyl
vania Anthracite Egg, sl4: Welsh Anthracite Egg,
.T-9; Cannel, .f,s- t Rock Springs, Castle Gate ana
Pleasant Valley, $7 60; Coke, $13 in bulk and $15
V ton in sacks. ■
SUGAR— The Western Sugar Refining Company
quotes, terms net cash : Cube, Crushed, Powdered
and Fine Crushed, all 6S/^c: Dry Granulated. 6c;
Confectioners' A, 4%c: Magnolia A, 4c: Extra
c, 3%c; (.'olden C, 3'<4.c; half-barrels, 14c more
than barrels, and boxes «c more.
SYRUP— Golden, in bbl's, 15c; Blackstrap, 10c
'r gallon.
Wholesale rates for dressed stock from slaughter
ers are as follows:
BEEF— First quality. [email protected]%c; second quality,
4y2C; third do, 3<o;4c %* Ib.
VEAL— Large, [email protected]: small, [email protected] Ib.
_ MUTTON— Wethers, [email protected] 2 c; Ewes, 3y 2 @4c
LAMB- ft m.
PORK— Live Hogs, 3c for large, 3yic for small
and for feeders; dressed do, 4y 2 @5y 2 c f* lb.
Flmir.qr. Mo, 4.316 Wool, bis 36i
Wheat, ctls 9,975 Wine. galß 28.5>0
Barley. ctls 9,690: Brandy, gals 500
Oats,ctls 1.020 Hides, no 1.127
Corn, ctls pelts, Dd15.. ....... 170
Beans, sks 8,676 Lumber, M feet... 120
Potatoes, sits 2,658 Raisins,' bxs 1,650
Onions. Blcs sfi(>| Leal her. rolls 79
Hay, tons 357 Tallow, ctls 22
Hops, bis. Lime, bbls 324
Bmn, »ics 1,691 Smear, bbls 6-0
Middlings, sks 168 Quicksilver, flasks 140
H Chatterton.Marysville \V W Midderoft, Visalia
R F Walton, Sutter Co 3 B Hoyt, Cal
EM Beat tain. Lake Co A L Lev! risky, Stockton
M .1 Myers, San Jose Ii J Hamilton, Fresno
M Kelly. Vallejo C R Smith, Fulton
J 1; Melocbe, Madera R X Lewis it w. Boston
Mrs Fl* Willis. SactO Miss .1 Lewis, Boston
Mrs F Maykey, Or Mrs II M 1' Lewis, Boston
,11 B Garfeuld. Auburn A .Edgar, Cal
I' C Rust, N V ]>s Banks, Santa Cruz
1 <'• A Nlhen, Cal Miss FS Jerome, Cal
D Douglass, Or A H Hart. N V
M Abrams, Santa Cruz W J Bowser, Vancouver
F W Warren .t fy, cal F. Bowser, Vancouver
.1 Jones, Pleasanton J T Kane, Santa Clara
w B Colby & w.Clksbrg I) Zimmerman it w. Cal
B Taylor, san Jose E A Morgan, San Jose
C 11 Lead bet 'er.lr, Stktn W ,1 Flynn, St Louis
Wm Aiken, X V J BChinn, Porterviile
A B Hawkins, Watsonvl T I. Reed. Beedley
.1 .1 Morly. Watsonville J B Campbell, Fresno
L M Lowell, Martinez .1 B Quigley, BactO
A T Boss. Sacto W J Sutton, La Porte
Emma Mark, R I E B Hall, Eureka
J Farquhar<t w, Mass 11 Hill, Cal
J M I evee, Valie.ii) (4 Dannenbaum. Vallejo
A W Ken, Jackson .1 M Sioval), Williams "
L Bradley A w, Cal Mrs L V Willard, Cal
J L Whitney. Cal M Kemper & w, Vallejo
S C Treats, Hollister
R Hellman. Bandon, Or a J Stalling, Chicago
s Vincent, Ban. ion. Or A R Galloway, Cal
sj Burton, Webber Lake W II Hobbs <& w, San Jose
II \v Davis, Webber Lake. l C Hoey it w. Salinas
JW Webber Lake J <; Meyer, Salinas
II N 1 •en.-* . w. Portland Mrs ,1 ii Powell & s, Cal
l.on Roberts, Santa Jos wend, Calistoga
W Longmore, Santa ßosaChas Born, White Pine
W V Smyth, Empire, vL \V Hadmont A w, HD 0
W \V Moore <v w. [Jklah F c Crocker, San Jose
J.l Wight man. Ogden Lewis Gaul l'endleton
Mrs O W Whitmore, Miss Ida Browne, Maine
lluml.olrit. Nev H E talk. Lincoln
J C Tyler. Tehania II Gregory, College City
V Sliepard, Batavia W \\" Chapman, Auburn
B Shepard, Batavia H W Grant, Placer Co
Frank E Young, s Diego Wm Winegar, Utah
W Tubbs, Winters John F Conley, Utah
A B Hiii'Kin. Watson vie D W Rridgewater, Wat-
W N Webb, Millville sonville
J Muller, Merced G S. Otis. Mobile
.1 B Klrkenhall, Mobile W C Blackburn & wife,
1" 11 Grbene, Lincoln Omaha
C A Cork, Watsonville W Dotter, Webber Lake
J Moristarry, Aiameua F W Bennett, Tuiure
F Brigg, 111
E T Carl. Sac C E Gates, Chlcato
D J colton. Nevada o w Dunn <fe w, State
.1 II FlUKinger. San Jose University
J D Peet it w. Nw Orlns W <; French, N V
A Bess, Ohio J A Doiiouty, Indiana
A Garriao. Mexico 11 W < ahrilio. Mexico ■
<; 1; Patton, Kentucky w B Bayley, US.V
II X Uaynes, Yreka T M le Farbr & w, Cal
F C Lusk. Chlco L B Daniels; Chlco
H Russell &w. Albany E W Churchill A w.Napa
I>r Smith. Napa >: T Sterling * w.Sn Jose
Cde Monachy, Holland C Schowar, Denmark
J E Terry, Sac
J S JefTery, Sacto M C Lynch &W, Sn Mateo
8 J French, Bakersfield ■W o Mansur, Chicago
.1 P Weller, San Mateo O W Steiger, Cal
BC Holly, Vallejo ,' Miss L .Schwartz, Grmny
Mrs de Ruiz, Vallejo G Barrie. Boston ..,
C M Pratt, st Louis W It Clark it w. Stockton
M II stanton, Bakersfild J V Cronan, Keno ■•:"••;
M Lowsend. NY II V Brown, Chicago
Mrs.l Franklin, Oakland S'S Gould, st Louis
.1 T WaUlrof w, Sun Jose D Levy, Woodland
II F. Hammer, Lathrop B Schwartz, Clnn.
J D Layndou, San Jose'
II II Hatch, Sacramento W s Boss*. S Bernardino
J V Murray, Sacramento XV steel. New 1 ork . •
R Effey, Santa Cruz Dr F W Knowles, L Gatos
Alex White, L Angeles I) C I.ane. Darwin
F T Duhring & w, So:iom Mrs J P Steams, S Barb
A II Bergman, Stockton E T Dixon, Merced
I'r A Graves, Texas TK Johnson, San Jose
J 1-: Young, Cal , HE Irish, Santa Cruz
F Tracy, Sacramento
Herlwrt E. and Grace W. Law to Hartland Law,
10l on W line of Van Ness avenue, 66:3 N of Pa
cilic avenue, N 66:3 by W 124:9; $10.
Gertrude <;. N orris to Almira ß. Townsend. lot
on NW corner of Ellis and Octavia streets, N 120
by W r 58: -flO.
Onion Trust Company (executor estate of James
Carroll) to Joseph M. and Jessie T. .Macdonouxh.
Including all lands within BW line of Eddy and
Lacuna stri'ets. s '275 by W 100: *77.500.
John A. TJlrich to Alice I'lrich, lot on X line of
Pine street. 25 E of Buchanan. E 25 hy N 94; ejift.
William T. Fit/.Kerald to Matthew Kwvanagh, re
record 1452. deeds 348 of lot on SF. corner of
Grove and Otelner streets, E 75 by S 137:6, subject
to mortgage; .?4550.
Matthew and Catharina Kavanagh to Simon
Kii'l'-ii, lot on E line of Steiner street, 174:9 N of
Hayes, N 23:3 by E 75; $10.
Dominlck P. Duncan to Bridget Duncan, lot on
W line of Lyon street, 87 :G 8 of Sutter, S 25 by W
119:3; also'w 50-vara lot 1130, 52;6 N of Sacra
mento, N" 22:6 by E 60 (W. Le Hoy plat, 92:6 N of
Sacramento, N 22:6 by W 60): gift.
Wililam F. Sonle to "William W. Gill, lot on N
line of Jackson street, 60 W of Maple. M 135:lli/ 2 ,
W 41. s 188:51^, E4O; $10.
Richard H. and Ann Follis to Mary M. Harney,
lot on E line of llartlett street. 96:3 N of Twenty
second, E 110 by N 22:103 5 ; $10.
William A. Patterson to Andrew and Annie
Reckmau. lot on W line of Noe street, 101:6 S of
Hill. S by W 105; $10.
George W. and Tabitha H. Kneedler to Judah
Boas, lot on N line of Nineteenth street, 95 E of
Castro, E 30 by N 75; $622.
• ieorije F. Chevalier (executor of the estate of
Ferdinand de St. (iermain) to James Kitterman,
lot on W line of Stockton street, 137:6 N of Fil
bert, N 23:4 by W 137:6; f?t»0O.
Angele de St. Germain to same, same: $10..
Conrad TrOSt to Bcnianiin Wea'ey. lot 011 S line
of Lnlon street, 91:8 X of Jones, E 45:10, S 50, W
25, S 10, W 20.10, N 60; $10.
Clara L. Catherwood to I^ouise C. la Montasne
and Charles, C. H. and Jennie S. Cntherwood, lot
on X corner of spear and Harrison streets, NE
45:10 by SE 137:6; gift.
John J. and Emella Buck to Thomas Clarke, lot
on SK line of Silver street, 266 SW of Second, SW
48:6 by SE 75 : Slo.
Lena Knack to Philip A. Knack, lot on NW line
of Channel street, 409 11-15 SW Of Seventh, SW
27:5 1-5 by NW 120; $5.
I'billp A. Knack to F. J. Castiehun. same ; 85.
Lillie A. Greenluw to John (ireenlaw, lot on E
line of Texas street, 100 N Of Soiano, N 25 by E
Potrero Land and Water-front Company to Felix
and Annie McNally, lot on E line of lowa street,
50 S of Yolo, S 60 by E 100: «100.
(Worse and Annie M. Childs to Mary E. Buck
nall, lot on SW corner of P street and Twenty-sec
ond avenue, W 150:2. S 600:10. E 182:9, N 600:
also outside lands block 1021, bounded by P and
Q streets. Twenty-first and Twenty-second ave
nues; also lot on SW corner of Q s.reet and Six
teenth avenue, W 64:6, B 197:6, \V 165:4, S
327:10, E 240:4. N 529:1 ; *6.
John T. Harris to Margaret Madden, lot on W
line of Forty-sixth avenue, 200 S of S street, S 26
by W 120; $5.
Ellen Sinclair and California Improvement Com
pany el Ki. (by C. H. White, Sheriff) to Kimball i;.
haston, lot on s line of Third street, 25 X of Cen
ter. E 80 by S 108 - Oakland: also lot, on S line of
Ihird street, 50 X of Center X 25 by s 108, Oak
land : ?275. .... - . ;
Wells, Fargo A Co. to J. M. Bartlett of Oakland,
lot on S line of Kaox avenue. 500.49 W oi Tele
graph, W 40.18, S 153.20, F. 40. N 149.64 to be
ginning, being lot 15, Knox Park. Oakland: $10.
Mary D. Br.rtlett to same, same, Oakland: gift.
Estate of J. \V. Crawford et al. (by W. S. Harlow,
commissioner), to Thomas Hoim of Oakland, lots
6,15! to 13. block H, Amended Map J. \V. Craw
ford Tract, Oakland Township: also lot on X line
Of Baker street, 94.70 feet Bof Todd.S 56.4 V, X
138.40, N 21.16. E 50. N 36.81, W 158.40 to be
ginning, being a portion of lot 3, block H, same,
Oakland Township; $2764.
J. 11. and N;i!i. 1 ... V. Hopps to Sarah A. Hopps
(wife ol Frank W.t, lot on N line of Johnson
avenue, 100 XW from Northwest Court street,
-\'\V 50 by NX 150, beinsr lot 18, Johnson Tract,
Alameda; $5.
Ueorye and Nellie M. Schmidt to Antonio J.
Ramos of Berkeley, lot on SW corner of Bristol
and Fifth streets. \V 50 by S 100. block 87, Tract
B, Berkeley Land and Town Improvement Associa
tion, Berkeley; $10.
Susanna Scholl to Frank A. and Elizabeth Madi
son, lot on sE corner Ot West Ninth and Center
streets, S 120, X 114:Ui' 4 , N 120. W 114:9%. to
becintiimr. beiiiß lots la, IS and 14. block 552.
map Eighth-street Tract, Oakland ; $7500.
B. McFadden (executor of the estate of Mary
Witters) to Homer Moul of Oakland, lot on S line
of Tenth street, 50 W of Webster, W 25 by S 75,
Oakland; 92700.
John .1. Niinun to Hannah Nunan of Oakland,
lot bPxiHKinu 100 E from E line of Peralta, street
and 145 8 from S line of Ninth, X 30, N 65, W 30.
S 65 to beginning, being lot 9, map for John
Ziejfenbein, Oakland; pift.
Willard K. Warren to Edward 11. and Mary E.
Warren, lot on N W line of Kishth avenue (Fre
mont street), 100 NX of E .Seventeenth street, NX
50 by N\V 100. beiiiK the rear 50 feet of lots 9 to
12. b ock 97. Clinton. Kast Oakland; $1.
J. 1.. and Helene L. Howard et al. to Harry P.
and l-.lla P. Chapman, lots 79 and 79V2. Mo.sswood
Tract, Oakland township; $10.
8. ('. and Isabel o. Binelow to William P. Todd
of Oakland, lot on E corner Howard and Howe
streets, NX 200 by SK 125, beins lots 24 to 29,
block X, Thermal Hill (formerly the Howe Tract),
Oakland Township: also lot on S corner John and
Howe streets. SW 300 by SK 125, being lots 14 to
28, block X, Thermal Hill (formerly the ilowe
Tract), Oakland Township: $10.
F. K. and KosaM. Hhaltnck to Mary A.Camp
bell, lot on N line of Oregon street, 115 X of Urove
avenue, \V 1)5, N 40, V. 112.06, S 39.83 to hejjin
iiinK. being lot 1, block 20, Whaituck Tract No. 5,
Berkeley; $10/
William K. Powell to Susan Powell of Ran Fran
cisco, lot on N line of San Antonio avenue, 200 X
of Willow, X 50 by N 150, being lot 5 in W half of
block JI, lands adjacent to Kncinal, Alameda; gift.
Builders' Contracts.
Alexander Tillie with W. R. Smith, to erect a
one-story cottage on Potrero avenue, 109:6 W of
Twenty-first street; $1775.
OcTOBKR. 1595.
3 I 9
• I 10
<S2\ October 3.
-SJ Full Moon.
©October 11,
*^ Last Quarter.
16 I 17
®* October 17,
New Moon.
'23 24
30 81
October 25,
First Quarter.
Dates of Departure l*'roin San Francisco.
Santa itos».. *an Dieeo |Oct 18.1lAM|Pier 11
Acapulco... Panama Oct 18,12 mlpmss
W>eott Kel lltver Oct 19, Pior 13
Deli\orte.. Grays Haroor. Oct 19. spm Pier 28
SM'aul Newport 'Oct 'JO. 9am Pier 11
Pomona HumhoUltiiay Oct '21. 'Jpm Pier 9
Columbia. I'ortland Oct 21.10 am Pier 24
?ltyl'uebla.. Vie & iVt Una Oct 22. 9am Pier 9
'hina........ China & Japu Oct 22, ilpujPMS H
Farallon Vaciulna Bay.. Oct 22,10 am Pier •£
Mexico San Uleeo Oct 22.11 am Pier 11
XationalCty tluinlnililliiay Oct 23.12 m
Kurclca..... Newport I Oct 24, 9am Pier 11
rruckep I'ortland Oct 24, 4pm Pier 13
North *'ork. fluniboldt Hay Oct 21, 9am | Pier '£
Araso i:no» Har 0ct '24.12 m I Pier 13
tVillamt \'al Mexico Oct 25,10 AM Pier 9
Mateof Call I'ortlnnd Oct 26.10 am i Pier 24
f Uum
Colon | Panama 1. .0ct is
Mackinaw |Tacoma oct 18
Washlenaw i Panama Oct 18
Columbia Portland Oct 18
StPaui Newport. Oct 18
Cltyor Pueoia . . Victoria <& Puget Sound ..Oct 1M
Willamette V«l. Mexico Oct 18
Del None uravs Harbor Oct 19
•North Forl: II urn bold t Bay Oct 19
Yariuinn Yaqulna Bay Oct 19
National City... Humboldt Bay Oct 20
Trnrkee I'illarnook .Buy Oct 20
Arcata Coos Hay Oct "0
Homer too* Hay Oct '20
Pomona Humboidt Kav Oct 20
Farallon Ynqulua Bay |..Oci, 20
Jlpxlco Sanßiejco... Oct '20
Willamette Departure Hay Oct 21
Crescent City... Crescent City Oct 21
Weeott Kei Kiver Oct 22
Kiireica. Newport L.OcI '-'_
Walla Walla — Victoria & Pusret Sound ..Oct 23
State or Cal Portland '..Oct 23
Araeo Coos Bay. Oct 23
San Jose Panama. I.. Oct 23
Pr.ntaito.ia. San iJlesro Oet 24
Point Mima i:rays Harbor Oct 24
Marlposu Sydney Oct 24
KviindiUP i 'lima anil Japan ..Oct 27
E nillH W A IKB. I.OW WATKB.: feIT.N. | MOON.
: jsinall LarKi" Snuil! . I Large, j Rises Sets | Risps.
18. o.ooa 11.15 a 5.10 a! BJBSw 6.21; 5.2H 6 49a
19.' 0.40 a 11. 47 a 6.48a1 t>.4lp 6.'_' L' 5.27| Nets.
Bbanch HyofooraphicOffick, I". S. N.,")
San PkaKCISCO, October 17. 1895. )
The time oall on Telegrapb J I ill was dropped
exactly at noon to-day— i. c., at noon of the l'2oth
nieriaiau, or at exactly 8 p. m., Greenwich time.
A. F. h kciitei.kr,
Lieutenant fj. S. N.. in charge.
THURSDAY, October 17.
Stmr Whltesboro. Johnson, 17 hours from
Cledne; piles, tits, etc, to 1. X White Lumber Co.
Stmr Greenwood. Carlson, 16 hours from Green
wood: lumber, to LE white Lumber Co.
Simr Point Arena, Johnson, 14 hours from Men
doclno, etc; pass and mdse, to Menducino Lumber
Co. ' ■
Stmr Coos Bay, Duggan. 0 hours from Moss Land
ins: produce, to Goodall, "Perkins & Co. '
• Bark Merom," Peterson, 57 days from Bristol
Buy, via Karluk via Uyak Bay 23 days; 34,774 cs
salmon, to Alaska Packers' Association.
' Brig Lurlint-. .Mat son. 13 days from Kedfish Bay;
14,805 cs salmon, to Barauoff PacKing Company.
THURSDAY, October 17. >
Rtmr Alanicila.Van Otendorp, Sydney and Hono
lulu; 3 D dpreckels it Bros Co.
- Stmr Santa Rosa, Alexander, San Diego; Good
all, Perkins «fc Co.
< ier ship Aliria. Biet, Ipswich: Trubenbach it Co.
.Br bark Stanmore, Nickels, Tacoma; Balfour,
Guthrie & Co.
THURSDAY, October 17.
Stmr Umatilla, Hunter, Victoria and Port Town
Stmr Albion. Lumlqnlst.
Stmr Alamtda, Van Otendorp, Sydney and
Stmr Alcazar. Gunderson.
• Stmr .Arago, Reed, Coos Bar.
Strur Noyo. Levinson, Fort Bra?g.
' Bark Prussia, Ilanst-n, Port Hlnkeley.
- Bktn S ii Wilder. McNeill. Honolulu.
Schr Reliance. Jensen, Iversens Landing.
Scnr Mary Bidweli, Wilson.
! - Schr Bessie X, Anderson, Albion.
. Schr Mary C. Campbell, Bodega,
■ ■ Telegraphic.
POINT LOBOS-October 17-10 p if- Weather
hazy: wind calm.
The Br ship Swanliilda is reehartered for wheat
to Europe, 27s 6d— Is 3ii less direct: ship Hecla,
wheat at San Diego for England, private.
■~. ..'•";' •':' "r ' (ten.
Oct 6—36 N, 42 \V, Hr ship Kinrosshire, hence
June 13 for Qni-eimtown.
Oct 15-38 07 N. l'J3 30 W, brig Geneva, hence
Oct 14 for Seattle. . . ,
Domestic Ports.
PORT HADLOCK-Sailed Oct x7-Bktn J M
Griffith, for San Pedro.
AHTOKIA- Arrived Uct 17— Stmr GeoW Wilder,
hence Oct 15.
USAL— Arrived Oct 17— Stmr Newsboy, hence
Oct 16.
TATOOSH- Passed Oct 17-Bktn J M Griffith
from Port Hadlock for San Pedro. '
FORT BKAGG-Arrived Oct 17-Stmr Rival
Oct 16.
Sailed Oct 17-Stmr Navarro. for San Francisco.
SAN PEDUO-Arrived Oct 17-Schr Mont»rey
from Bowens Landing; schr Jessie JUnor, from
V, r .'£ !l , : , ' hr Annie Larsen. from 'lacoma.
Arrived Oct 17-Schr Moro, hence
Ocean Spray, for San Francisco, •
- BOWI.;Nsi,ANDIN< 1 -SaiU.dOct 17-Schr Rio
Rey, for San Francisco.
YAQUINA BAY-ArnvedOct 27-Stmr Fara
llon, hence Oct 14. j
sailed Oct 17— s , tmr , Yaqnina, for San Francisco.
EURRKA-Arrived Oct 17-Stmr Pomona, henc
Oct 16; stmr Ida McKay, hence Oct 8; schr Lille
bonne, hence Oct 13; stmr National City, hence
Oct 16. •
COOS RAY-Sailed Oct 16-Schr Daisy Rowe
for San Francisco. . ;-"'-:*4;; '
Arrived Oct 17— stmr Homer, hence Oct IS- stmr
Arcata. hence Oct 14. .aiuit
ALBlON— Arrived Oct 16— Schr Mary Gilbert
hence Oct 12. . ... •
Sailed Oct 17-Schr C T Hill, for San Francisco
FISH ROCK-Sailed Oct 16-Schr Alice Kim
ball, for San Francisco. ': .
MENDOCINO-ArrivedOct 17-Schr Bobolink
hence Oct 12. ■ 'v"
•. . -.- Foreign Ports.
HONGKOXG-Sailed Oct 16-Br stmr Coptic,' for
San Francisco. ; .
NEWCASTLE, NSW—Salled Oct 14- Br bark
lnverlyon. for San Francisco. ■ ■■■■>-■
SWANSEA-Sailed Oct. 15- Br ship Gleneowan
for San Francisco: Brshio Falls of Halladale for
Sun Francisco.
■; KVSEXADA-SailedOct 17-Stmr Willamette
. Valley, for San Francisco. - • ..... ,
PANAMA-Arrived Oct 10— Stmr Progreso. hnc
I Sept -i.
Movements or Trans- Atlantic Steamer*.
NEW \ (IRK- Arrived Oct 17— Strnrs Hekla, fin
Copenhagen; Mississippi, frm London: Germanic,
from Liverpool; Persia, from Ham bun;.
Sailed Oct 17— Stmr Habsburg, for Bremen. .
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived out Oct 17— Stmr St
Paul: stmr Normannia.
1 j BREMEN— Arrived out Oct 17— Stmr Lahn. -
QUKENSTOWN— Arrived out Oct 17— Stmr Bri
ROTTERDAM— Arrived out Oct 17-Stmr
. II AM BURG— Arrived out Oct 17— Stmr Patria.
- LONDON— Arrived out Oct 17— Stmr Massachu
setts. :
ISLE OF WlGHT— Passed Oct 17-Stmr Werk
eiidam, from Rotterdam for New York. ,■» ■; -- ,<'
MENDOCINO— Per Point Arena— 9l eds wood,
300 M ft lumber, 4 pkgs mdse, 3 bxs butter. 1 boat,
'2 coops chickens.
Point Arena— lo7 bxs nutter, 1 cs eggs. 1 cow
and calf, 25 bxs apples, 1 coop chickens, 10 cs junk,
•2 pkes mdse, 40 sks peas, 1 bx butter, 3 bxs chick
ens and ceks.
WATSONVILLE-Per Coos 8ay— 5382 bes
sugar, 297 sks beans, 2 pkgs mdse.
Moro Colo— ;110 sks potatoes.
Salinas— l4 pkgs mdse. 28 cs cheese.
Monterey— 29 pkgs mdse, 70 bxs apples, 1 bbl
brandy, 4 cs cheese.
Santa Cruz— 7 pkgs mdse, 40 sks rags, 1 sk. scrap
copper, 12 sks scrap iron, 6 sks bones. *
Moss Lauding— 2 cs eggs, Ibx butler.
Per Point Arena— Mendocl no Lumber Co; George
Paddleford; Bender Bros: Standard Oil Co: C Con
daci; De Bernardi & (.'ij^ Wilson* Baechtel; W H
Davis: Haynian A Majlr: C E Whitney <fc Co- \V
II O'Neill: Dodge, Sweeney A Co: Stulz Bros; C II
Sawyer; UohllTs.t Gerdau ; Union Lumber Co; A
Coote: A .! I', f mmcl A Co: I) E Allison & Co; W
Paulson; O B Smith & Co; .1 Sliepnard; Ballard <fe
Hall: \V T (iarrett; Cox Seed and Plant Co; L
Spiegel it Co; J Wallenstein; A Newfield.
I'er Coos Bay — X J Bowen & Co; Western Sugar
Refinery; Standard Oil Co; il Dutard; .1 Hendy
Machine Works: Wolf <fe Son; Thomas Lougnran;
Smith's Cash Store: Eiiterpri&e Brewery; ililbert
Bros; Wieland Brewing Co; C E Whitney <feCo: M
V Detels: Chas llarley <ft Co: Joseph Bremer; Her.
man Joost&Co: Norton, Teller Co; Jonas Er
-1 anger & Co; Stewart Bros & Co.
For Late Shipping TnUOigenee See, Fifternth Pane.
mmi 1,. ' Coolgardle gold fieldi
(Fremantle), Austra-
?r-. MV ,->. lia; W2O Hrst class,
JGgfrlr' HO N|T7 1 if tJ» sfl 10. steerage. Lowest
mm • rates to Capetown,
MSL^K^ r ' •~^^jjw^ boutb Africa.
tSSm/ "nFKf vBsV Australian «team»r,
' BHF/ VWB AI.AMKDA, sails via
wSBBI T7 *VJ(vif .^wd^a Honolulu and Auct-
ng v/j^jpM^]MH land, Thursday, Octo-
WIPBoL— . IBS steamship Australia'
S^^w^*sS3CMSr Honolulu only, Satur
>^g£jJ>Jv££Sj-ifiJ^ day, November 9, at 10
Rpeciai. Parties.— Reduced special rates for
parties Nov. ». and j >>•<-. S.
Ticket office, 114 Montgomery street.
Freight office, 327 Market street.
J. V. SPRECKELS & BKOS.. General Agents.
v Broadway wharf, San Francisco, as "^TI"
For Mary Island, Lorlng, Wrangel. Juneau, Kil-
lisnoo and Sitka (Alaska), at 9 a.m. Oct. 2, 17,
Nov. 1, 16. Dec. 1, 16, 31.
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C.), Port Town-
send. Seattle. Tacoma, Everett, Anacortes and New
Whatcom (Bc-lllngham Bay, Wash.), 9 a. m.
Oct. 2. 7. 12, 17, 22, 27, and. every fifth day
thereafter, connecting at Vancouver with the C. P.
K. ii.. at Tacoma with N. P. R. R., at Seattle with
G. N. Ry.,at Port Townsend with Alaska steamers.
For Eureka, A rcata aad Fields Landing (Hum-
boldt Bay) str. Pomona, 2 P. m., Oct. 1, 6, 11, 16,
21. 26. SI.
For Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Simeon, Cayucos,
Port Harford (San Luis Obispo), Caviota, Santa
Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, San Pedro. East San
Pedro (Los Angeles) ana Newport, 8 a. m.. Sept. 26,
30. At 9 a. M.. Oct. 4. 8. 12. 16, 20, 24, 28 and
every fourth day thereafter.
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harford
(San Luis Obispo), Santa Barbara, Port Los
Angeles, Hedoudo (Ix)s Angeles) and Newport, 11
A. M., Sept. 24. 28, Oct. 2, 6. 10, 14, 18, 22, 26, 30,
Nov. 3. 7. 11, 15, 19, 2«, 27, and every fourth day
For l-.n.iiuada, San Jose del Cabo, Mazatlan, La
Paz. Al'uta and Guaymas (Mexico), str. Willam-
ette Valley, 10 a. M.. 25tn of each month.
Ticket •nice, Palace Hotel, 4 New Montgomery
GOODALL, PERKINS <& CO., Gen'l Agents.
10 Market st., San Francisco.
-0 street wharf at 10 a. m. every five days, con-
necting at PORTLAND with direct rail lines to all
MONTANA, and all Eastern points, including Cni-
caso, New York and Boston.-
Rate of California sails Oct. 6, 16. 26. Nov. 5.
■ Columbia sails Oct. 11. 21, 31, Nov. 10. • '
Fare In cabin, including berth and meals, $15 00;
Steerage. *7 SO;
For through rates and all other information apply
!o the undersigned.
Ooodai.i,. Perkins it Col Fbid. P. Coxxoßt
Clen'l Supts., : . '. ' .' Gen'l Agent.
10 Market st. . 19 Montgomery st.
' French Line to Havre-
pOMPANY'a PIKK(.>J-;\V),4a^OKfH A*gL
\J Kiver, foot of Morton st. Travelers lii'StSbol
this line avoid both transit by English railway and
the discomfort of crossing the channel in a t-mall
boat. New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Paris,
first-class $160; second-class $116.
LA CHAMPAGNE, Capt. Laurent
October 26, 8:00 a. w.
LA BOUROOGNE, Capt. Leboeuf
.' — ».. November 2, 5:00 a. m.
LATOURAINE, Capt. Santelli
. x 0.-«'inber 9.8:00 A. St.
LA ASCOGNE, Capt. Baudelon
Nov. mber 16. 5:00 a- K.
tdr For further particulars apply to
I A. FORGET, Agent,
! No. 3 Bowling Green, New York.
J. F. FITGAZI & CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery
avenue, San Francisco. ~
United States and Royal Mail Steamers
New York, Queenstown & Liverpool,
*AJl,l.\<; KVKitV WKtSK.
Ing to steamer and accommodations 4g383t
selected: second cabin, .f>3s and $40; Majestic and
Teutonic 90 . Steerage Tickets from England, Ire-
land, Scotland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark
through to San Francisco at lowest rates. Tickets,
sailing dates and cabin plans may be procured
from W. H. AVER V, Pacific Mail Dock, or at th«
General Oilice of the Company, 613 Market st,
under Grand Hotel. <.;. W. FLETCHER,
General Agent for Pacific Coast.
fortnisrhtly for th« West Indies and <&isLfejS
Bouthamptoa, calling en route at Cerbourgb,
France, and Plymouth to land passengers.
Through bins of lading, in connection with th«
Pacific Mall ft. S. Co., issued for freight and treas-
ure to direct ports in England and Germany.
Through tickets from San Francisco to Plymouth,
Cherbourg, Southampton. First class, $195; thir*
duo, «' 60. For further particulars apply t*
fARKOTT & CO., Agents,
■ 306 California at.
Leave Pier No. 3 « Washington St.,
At 5 I. Mi J*aily, Kxoeikt Sunday.
JOT Accommodations Reserved by Telephone.
T. C.Walker. ,1. D . peters,
Mary Garratt, City of Stockton.
Return steamer leaves Stockton .sundays, 5 r. M.
Telephont Main 80S. Cm. Nay. and Impt. Co.
. Daily, except Sunday— lo a. m., 4p. it
Sunday— B r. IC.
I aniline;. Mission 1, Pinr 3.
S Atlantic
l^rani leave from and anlT*
7yi^trifcy*™stf* M Muket-Street Ferry.
■ Chicago Limited
I>aTes every day at 5:80 T. M.. carrying Pullman
Palace Sleepers and Tourist Sleepers to |Chicng«
▼la Kansas City without change. Annex cars icr
Danver and St. Louis.
Trains leave daily at 9:00 a.m. and 5.:30 p. M.,
connect in Los Angeles with solid trains, Lot
Angeles to Chicago.
Summer or Winter the Santa Fe Route Is tha •
most Comfortable railway, California toth« East.
A popular misbelief exists regarding the heat m '
Hummer. The heat Is not greater than is encoun- !
tered on even the most northerly line. This la well
known to experienced travelers. ;■ ,
1 The meals at Harvey's Dining Rooms are an ex*
cellent feature of the line. . . .
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado can :
ba reached in no other way.
■ Ticket OtUce-644 Market Street,
, _ Chronicle Building. {
takes pleasure in announcing that, commencing
DAYS rHEBBAFTBB. it will dispatch Jrom
San Francisco a special train composed of FIRST
and SECOND CLASS SLKKI'K for the better
accommodation of Portland, Oregon and Pueet
Sound travel. This train will be known as " Til X
The' company's ticket offices in SAN FRAN-
CISCO, OAKLAND and I'OKTLAM) will be sup-
plied with special issues of continuous-passage
tickets for this train, and which will be sold at the
following reduced rates:
FIRST-CLASS TICKETS, including berth in
Pullman standard sleeper. 'JO.
SECOND-CLASS TICKETS, Including berth la
Pullman tourist sleeper, $10.
MEALS can be obtained at the following sta-
tions: Breakfast at Duusmuir, lunch at Ashland, .
dinner at Olendale.
Leaves san FRANCISCO at ....8 p. m.
Arrives PORTLAND (second day) at 6 a. M,
NOTE— Corresponding train will leave PORT-
LAND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, and every five
days thereafter. Due to arrive in SAN FRAN*
CISCO at 7:15 a. m. (second day). ■■•■:■-%•
'■■"« '"'•" T. ii. GOODMAN, <ien. Pass. Agent.
RICHARD GRAY. Gen. Traffic Manager.
Tialm it.,,. ]%11 ,| „, ,. .i,,,. to arrive at
LEAVE _^r Il( , , TO HER 4. 1895* — ARRIVg .
•C:3»a San Leandro, Haywards & Way Ht'ns »: • 3a
7:»M»a Atlantic F.xpresa, Ogden and East.. 10:30* (
7 Mi Beuida, VacaviUe. Rumsey. Sacra- :
j; mento, and Redding via Davis 7:15» •
. :M\k Martinez, San Ramon, Napa, Calls- !
toga and Santa Rosa 6:lspi
4 :3Oa Ban Leandro, Ilaywardst Way Bfns lOl3a i
»::i«AKilea, ,Sau J<«e, Stockton, lone. .;'.'. !
Sacramento, Marysfille, RedßluS
and Orovill.-. 4:l!ip
•S-.SOa. Peters and Milton •7:13F
»:OOa Baa Leandro, Haywards & Way St'ns 11:45 a '
»:«OaLos Angeles Express, Raymond, -
(for Yosemite), Santa Barbara
and Los Angela 4:4.Tp
9:OOa Martinez and Stockton 10:4.1 a.
1<>:OOa San LeaDdro, Haywarda and Niles.. 1:43p
1S>:OOm San Leandro, Haywards 4 Way St'ns 2:45r> ! J
l:OOp Niks, San Jose and Livcrmore 8:4.1 a
•l:OOp Sacramento Kiver Steamers *!):Oop
I ::top Port Costa and Way Stations -t7:4»p
»:OOi- San Leandro, Ilaywards & Way St'us 5:4»p
4:OOp San Leandro, flay wards & WaySfns 6:43r
• -4:OOi- Martinez, San Ramon, Vallejo.
Napa, Calistoga, El Verauo and
Santa Rosa 9:134
<4:00p Benicia, Esparto, Woodland,
Knights Landing, Marysville,
Oroville and Sacramento 10:1.1*
<3:00r Niles, San Jose, Livermoro and
.Stockton 7:1.1p
■ S:3op San Leanilro, Haywards * Way Sfns 8:43*
s:<t<>i> New Orleans Kxpreaa, Fresno, Ray-
mond (for Yosemite), JJakerslield,
Santa llarliara,l<os An^fles, Dem-
inir, El Paso, New Orleans and
East.... 10:43*
5:30p Santa F«- Route. Atlantic ExpreM
■ for Mojavo and East 10:45 a
6:0«p European Mail, Ogden and Cast.... 9:4.1 a
6:oop Baywarila, Nilcaaud San J05e...... 7:1.1 a
J7:O«»i> Vallejo f~J-*3p
7:00 - Oregon Express, Sacrumeuto, Marjrs-
vilie, Betiding, 'Portland, l'uyi-t
Sound ami i:ast 10:43 a.
7:OOp San Leandro, Haywards A: Way St'ns lO:3Op
»:OOpSanLeandro.HAywardsiWaySfns tfl2:o<)A
ft 11:1Sp San Leandro. Hayvrards ft Way St'ns "7:13 a
SAM CitPZ DIVISION i Narrow <iau?c.
1.7:45 a Sunday Excursion for Newark San
Jose, Los Gatos, Felton and Santa
Cruz JB:o3p
SilSa New!iik,C'eMterville,San. lose, Felton,
liouldt'r Creek, San til Cruz and Way
Stations 3:30p
*2:13p NewarU. Centcrville, San Jose, New
Almailon, Felton, Bonlder Creek,
' Santa Cruz and Principal Way
Stations... (.i.... Ml a
4:45i> Newark. Wan .lose. Los (.'at0H........ t>:sO A
COAST I>I VISION (lliir.l A Towiimiiil Ms.) "
*0:4.1 a Han Jose, |NeW Almadeu and Way
SUtions ; • 1 :43?
17:30 a Sunday Excursion for San Jcse, Santa
Cruz. Pacific Grove and Principal
Way SUtions JB:33p
■:13a San Jose, Tren I'ldos, Santa Cruz,
Pacilic Grove, Paso Itoblcs, Ban
Luis < liiispn. Guadalupe and Prin-
cipal Way Stations 7:0.1 p
t9:47A Palo Alto and Way Stations 1 :43p
I O:I«a HanJoaeandWaj Station* s:<M»p
11:45 a Vaio Alto and Way Stations....... 3:3 Up
•a:3Oi-,Sau Jose, Gilroy. Tres Finos, Santa
Cruz, Sail nas.Monterey and PaciUo
Grove # IO:4O*
•3::iOp San Jose ami Principal Way Stations 17 A
•4:30p San Jose and Way Stations •»:O6*.
3:30r San Jose and Way Stations *S:4Sa
G::tOpSan Jose and Way Stations <i::t3\
*ll:3OpSan Josbhik) Way SUtions *7;4.">p
from FRiSCISCO— Foot of Market Street (Slip 8)—
•7:00 8:00 9:00 »10:00 11:00 a.m. «13-30
11:00 *2:00 3:CO *4:00 5:30 *6:Qopjl«
from OiKUSD— Foot of Broadway.— *6:00 *7:00
v> 8:00 *9:00 10:00 •11:00 a.m. 112:00
»12:30 2:00 »3:00 1:00 ■ "5:00 p.m.
A for Morning. p for Afternoon ■•
• Sundays exempted. t Saturdays only,
§ Wednesdays only. J Sundays only.
ft Monday, Thursday and Saturday nights only.
will call for and check baggage from hotels and resi-
dences. Enquire of Ticket Agents for Time Cards and
ether information.
Tiburoii Ferry— Foot of Market St.
San Francisco to San Kafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:4O, 9:20, 11:00 A.M.: 12:35,
3:30, 5:10, 6:30 p. m. Thursdays— Extra trip
at 11:30 p. it. . Saturdays— Extra trips at 1:50
and 11:30 p. m.
SVNJ>AYS-8:00. 9:30, 11:00 A.M.: 1:30, 3:30,
5:00, (5:20 p. m. ' '
San Kafael to San Francisco."
WEEK DAYS— 6:2S, 7:55, 9:30, 11:10 a hi
1-2:45 ,3 :40, 5 :10 p. m. Saturdays-Extra trips
at 1:55 p. m. and 6:35 p. m. •
STJKDAYS-8:10, 9:40, 11:10 A. if.; 1:40, 3:40,
5:00, 6:'J5 p. M. '
Between San Francisco and Schuetzen Park same
schedule as above. - ■
San Francisco. lln effect San Arrive '
San Francisco. jJay5 t San Francisco.
AVjckkl Bun- uesifnat'lon Sitn-- ~\ : kkk '
Days. I pays, | "cstinatiou. Os j Dayh
7:40 am 8:00 am NovatO, 10:40 am S:MI
3:30 PM 9:30 am Petaluma, ; 6:05 pm 10:30 am
5:10 pm 1 5:00 pm Santa Kosa. 7:30 pji 6:15 ru
Fulton, '
7:40 am Windsor, 10:30 AX
3:30 pm 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:30 pm 6:15 fx
I I'l.ta. i ■ i .
7:40 am Kopland <fc 10-30 am
3:3OrM|B:OOAM Ukiah. | 7:30 pm| tf!ls p£
7:40 am . 10-30 am:
S:00 am Guerneville. 7:30 pm
3:30.pm I . _ 6-15 mi
7:40 AM|8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am 8?50 AX
5:10 pm 5:00 pm and 6:05 pm 6:15 pm
_2J_ I Glen Ellen.
7 :4 0 am i 8:00 am | „„. 110:40 ami 10:30 AX
3:3Qpai|6:ooFM aepMtOPol - [ 6:odfm , 6:15 psc
Stages connect at San Rafael for Bollnas.
Stages connect at Oloverdale for the Geysers. .
Mages connect at Pleta for Highland S|inn^.»,
Kelseyvilie. Soda Bay, I.akeport.
Stages connect at Ukinh for Vichy Springs, Blue
Lakes. Laurel Dell. Upper Lake, Booneville, Oreen-
wood, Mendocino City. Fort l'.rair^. Usal, AVestport,
C-ahto, % CalpeUa, Porno, Potter Valley, John,
Day's, Liveiy's, Gravelly Valley, Harris, Scoita
and EureK;i. • .
■ Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at reduced
rates. • . .
On Sundays round-trip tickets to all points be-
yond San Rafael at half rates.
Ticker OfflCfS.6M Market St., Chronicle biilldin"
C.en. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent.
. (Yin Sausalito Ferry).
From San Francisco, beginning September 1 1RB&.
WEEKDAYS. *.«»»*
For Mill Valley ami ,S»uHafuel— 7:oo. 8 no n-i<v
10:15, 11:45 a. v.; 1:45, 3:20, 4:16 5-15 s-Vn
6:?. J. *11 :30 p. m. •Does MM run to Mill Valley
San Quentin-8:00, 10:15 a. k. : 1:45, 5:15. 11:30
For Mill Valley, San Rafael and San Quenri..
8:00. 10:00, 11:30 a. m. ; 1:30. 3:00 4-30 »L in ,T
i p.m. »i>oes not run to San Quentin O:1B
. 8:00 a. m. week days-Cazadero and wav station..
1:45 p. m. Saturdays-Toinales and way«"*on^
•;00 a. m. Sundhr^Pom. Se^i «« Vajr Jt«"i»

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