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THE COMMERCIAL WORLD.
U3IMAKY OF THE KAKKISTS. .
No Eastern or foreign quotations.
Grain markets closed. .- f r» >,
Bank Clearings fell off again.
Potatoes and Vegetables quUU
Ccmmoa Butter very weak.
Cheese Him. Eggs steady.
Poultry in heavy supply.
Gome advanced again.'
Deciduous Fruits quiet. '
Oranges still plentiful.
Provisions unchaueud.
IMPORTS OF GROCERIES,
Imports of staple groceries at this port during
the Hrst 11 months of 1b96 were as follows, com
pared with the same period in 18SJ.V. Sugar 358,-
P94.U00 lbs, against 269.«iU5.000; Coffee 17. 11.
80; Bis, against 21, 127,000; Rice 38,155,600 lbs.
against 47,400,000; Tea b,'.:09,t500 - Sis, agaliist
BANK fl,i:AKlN(i
l.oca! bank clrarin^s last week, were $10,320,862,
•falnst ¥12.671,111 lor the same week iv 1895.
flock SHIPMENT TO AUSTRALIA
The British shir, Alcinous took out for Australia
27,233 barrels Flour, value! at H123.800.
EXPORTS OF WINE.
Exports of Wine from *an Francisco during the
first 11 months of 1596 were 13,403,100 saMons,
against U\7£.'J,liOU ga.lons during the same period
In 1£95.
Explanation.
The arrow flies with the wind. The top figures
at station indicate maximum tempera;ur» for the
days; those underneath it. if any, the amount of I
rainfall, of melted snow in inches and hundredtbs,
during the past twelve hours. Isobars, or solid
lines, connect poln of equal air pressure; iso
therms, or dotted lines, equal temperature. The
word "hieh" means hijth barometric pressure and
Is usually accompanied by fair weather: -"low"
refers to low pressure, and is usually preceded
and accompanied by cloudy weather and rains.
"Lows" ally first appear on the Washington '
coast. When the pressure is high in the interior
and low along the coast, and the isobars extend
north and south along the coast, rain is probable;
but when the "low" Is inclosed with isobars of
marked curvature, rain south of Oregon is improb
able. With a "high" in the vicinity of Idaho, and I
the pressure falling to the California coast, warmer
weather may be expected in summer and colder
weather in winter. The reverse of these conditions
will produce an opposite result.
WKATHEK BUKJSAU REPORT.
United States Department of Aorjctti/
ture, Weathkr Bureau, >*X i'BAN-CISCO. Dec.
l!tJ. 1696, 5 p. m.— Weather conditions and general
forecasts:
The following are the seasonal rainfalls to date \
as compared with those of the same date last
season:
Eureka 16.67 inches, last season 15 38 Inches;.
Red Blur? 9.73 inches, last season 6.66 inches:
Ban Francisco 9.5 inches, last season 4. 10 inches:
Fresno 3.64 inches, last season 1. 11 Inches: San
Luis Oblspo 6.55 inches, last season 4.00 inches:
Los Angeles 3.87 inches, last season 1.71 inches:
t-aa Diego 2.73 Indies last season 1.57 inches;
Yuma 1.14 inches, last season .32 of an inch.
San Francisco data — Maximum temperature 57,
minimum 49, mean 63. Rainfall during the past
i.'4 hours, ■ 53 of an inch.
A well-defined storm is central- this evening off
the Washington and Oregon coasts. High north
east winds prevail at Cape .Flattery ana high
southeast wind and moderate gales have occurred
and still continue along the Northern California
coast. The storm, appears to be now moving
northeastward. High southeast winds will con
tinue to-night and will probably shift to south
west Sunday ana diminish somewhat in force.
■While rain will be probable Sunday throughout
Northern California it is not likely to be as con
tinuous as to-day.
Forecast made at San Francisco for 30 hours
ending midnight. December 27, 1896:
Northern California — occasional rain Sunday:
high southeast winds and dangerous gales, proDa
b'y spitting to southwest' during Sunday and
diminishing In force.
Southern California — Occasional rain Sunday;
cooler In southeast- portion; brisk southeast shift
lug; to southwest wind.
Nevada— Rain Sunday.
Utah— Fair in southeast and rain in northwest
portion truuday.
Arizona— Cloudy In east portion, occasional rain
ii. west ponion sunaay; cooler. - .
San I ruueisco ana vicinity— Occasional rain
Sunday; high southeast winds, probab.y shifting
to southwest Sunday.
storm southeast signals are displayed along the
entire Pacific coast from Ban Fran.isco north
ward for a severe storm now central off the
Oregon coast.
W. H. Hammo.v. Forecast Official.
CHICAGO JIAKKKTS.
CHICAGO, 111., Dec. i:6.— No markets to-day,
holiday.
Livestock.
UNION STOCKYARDS. 111.. Dec. *6 -The
run of cattle i o-day was larger than usual on Sat
urday. 1 lie feeling was easy and prices generally
10c lower. Receipts of hogs were light and the de
mand active. Prices wer ■ [email protected] higher. The de
mand r. r sheep was guou ana the prices ageraged
steady. . ■
CATTLK — Recelots. - > 500. . Fancy cattle,
CS <0&5 00: choice lonrinit* 1300 to 1700 B> steers.
«.'. HjiaS 35: cood to choice steers. 1250 to I&UU a.
11 7 5 tea 00; mpaium steers. l.uu to 135U H>. Si v; 5
to 4 70: lair beef steers. 1000 to 1200 On. Sit 6J&!
4 20: couiruon beef steers. B'i 50;a,3 75: £oou to
choice stockera and feeders," !>UU to I^so &>. a 3 50v8
a 85: lair to tood no. &CO to b75 lt>. *4 Br>.®
f. 80: tells, choice to extra. $;■> 311(3)4 00: culiv
poor to choice. $2 l)O(d,S 25; cows ana heller*.
cliolce to prime. *J tiOtel 10; cows, lair to inoice.
t* 4 0C43 60: cows, common to fair cauners. 41 60
<g,'i 35; calves, sooa ' io fancy. *5 : oy(c6o 60:
calves, common to tool. t3'2i(g.i 75; iexai trass
steers, »- >3."»*3 'M: Western lai'go steur*. *.i 25
(p.X 8U; Western range cows ana- heifers. $2160
too sO: milker* and sprincers, «* Head. tiiiWlu;
Texas fed nit-en, $3 4t.\'g, i 30. , ■■■-« ■■ .-. ■■>.■■■■;■ '■[
ilUCib— Meceip:«, 15.U1X).' fieavr paclin* «nc
il.jpptns Jets. $3 16*13,40: -common to ■ cnoice
mixed. S3 ■Jlita.o 45: choice assorted. *3 35«! I 6'J;
i!i-Ji:. 5.-; isojiJ &U: piers. dixAi 60. -. . ' . -.
c-JIKKI' — i.tceipts. 6000. luj«na<: to cnoic*,
»2 25&2 75. lain Us. *3 -53,5.
Receipts •at Omaha. /. .'
!?OUTH OMAHA. Nebb.. Dec. 26 —HOGS— Re
ceipts. 4000. Market steady :to sch!elier. l,lght
and mixed, $3 '20f3»3 37: h^avy, «3 [email protected] ijS. ..;■•
( ATl'LK— Receipts. iOOU. Market strong: closed
weak. Steeri. S3 40£}4 35; cows. / $1. ;&o(jp3 DO;
lee(Jers,-S3( a3 85. .
sHtEV- Receipts, 200. - All toki lers.
Receipt" at Annual Cltf. ■■•
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Deo, -HOGS—Re
re;prs. 500. Market strong and 5e higher. .Light.
83 [email protected] 67 V : medium, *3 16©3 35: Heavy,
»3 3u: pi?*, (2 [email protected] 10.
< a ; '1 lk- P.eceiDts. 1500.. Natives steady. Tex
an easy. Nay v» sie<*«, bfst. $4 [email protected] 75; fair to
pood. 5.5 [email protected] 16; cows Hud tieiiers, best, *'J 95®
3 30: falrtusooJ. $1 75<a'J 95; ouils. $1 7J(B'.'Sj:
FINANCIAL.. *'
CHICAGO GRAIN, PROVISIONS
AND NEW YORK STOCKS.
W EELOCK & CO., .
4 LeidesdorfT St, Tel. Main 1954.
cxvtba l OFFIUK.- • •- " '
«23 Market St., Palace Hotel. Tel. Main 5824
Uptown Office— Baldwin Hotel <u'ljoluin(Griil •
Room). Tei. Main 369. - -
PUKDV & ATKINSON Managers. *
Orders instantly • executed on latest < market quo-
tations. Reference lot National Bank, S. F.
ULU.AUU. ■VHrVATKWI-JiU. ±M>W HIM.*-
•-■.•■■'■.'•'-. \-
stockers and feeders, $3®3 70; Texas and West
ern, $'2 [email protected]: calve* $4(ai : L •>- •• t« .
SUJiEI'-Rtcelpts, 500. S.eady.
PRODUCE MARKET.
Note.- The Produce Kxcnanse was not in ses
sion yesterday, hence quotations for cereals, eta
are omitted.
POTATOES, ONIONS, .VEGETABLES.'
Rhubarb is bard to sell. Green Peppers and Sum
mer Squash are neglected.
POTATOES— Sweet Potatoes, [email protected] 60: Early
Rose. [email protected]: River Beds, 40(^55c: Burbank
St-edlings, 26(^4Uc %4 ctl lor Rivers and 60c($$l for
nsiiiuw. '
. ONIONS— ctl.
■ • VKGKTABLiis— Hothouse Asparagus, 15c V Ib:
Rhubaro. 6Uc<i!|Sl -5 t* bx; Los Angeles Summer
-'-Quash, 5c %* B>; Los Angeles Green Peppers, Hia;4c
■© Ib: Los Angeles &CE Piant, V tt>: .Mush
rocins,6®l6c, latter figure for. buttons: Marrow
fat Squash, ■*;> <£7 ton; Los Angeles Tomatoes,
[email protected]:l %'bo»: Dried Peppers, [email protected] Ib: Green
Peas, 4(g.Bc %* Ib; Los Angeles String - Beans,
[email protected]: Dried Ukra. [email protected] '$ Ib; Cabbage. [email protected] %*
cv; Carrots, [email protected] r- nick: Garlic, li/j^-jc V tb.
BITTtR, CIIKKSE AND EGtiS.
BUTTER- All except fancy grades are dull and
very weak. F.ne Creameries are steady and there
is a goo 1 northern demand tor them.
Creamkrv— Fancy, 22(i523c ft Ib; seconds, 20®
21c V Ib.
Dairy— Fancy. lSi^'-'Oc: cood to choice, 16y a
17i/>c: lower trades. 15(516c %i Hi.
Pickxki>— [email protected] %* tt>.
Firkin— [email protected] %* Ib.
Cbramkry 1 üb— 17<ai8c 1* Ib.
CHEKSE— Choice mild new continues scarce
and firm at 12c; common to good old, [email protected]:
Cream Cheddar. Il«£l2i-; Young America, 12®
13c; Western, ll%@l2yac; Eastern, [email protected]
\$ It>.
EGOS— Continue steady. Eastern are quotable
at [email protected] f» dozen for fancy and [email protected] for.
cold-s.ora^e; ranch I-:.--, -6(g127c for small and
medium and 27i/[email protected] tor fancy; store Eggs, 22$
25c; Duck Eggs, '.'sc.
I'OILIKV AND CAXK.
FOULTRY— Is a car of Eastern offering,
but there are no buyers. Domestic stocK Is ne
glected and unchanged.
Live Turkeys. [email protected]* Ib for Gobblers. [email protected]
? v) for Hens; Dressed Turkeys, [email protected] * Ib;
Geese, i 1i 1 pair. 91 61); Ducks, $*@5 f* dozen;
liens, S3(d>4 ♦* dozen; Boosters, youug, f 3 5U(o;l;
no, old. *3 50!a,4: Fryers, $3 [email protected] SO: Broilers,
([email protected] '.'5 tor large and $'[email protected]'2 50 lor small: Pigeons,
$1 [email protected] 50 ¥ dozen for young and "ft'a,Ha<: lor old.
GAME — market, «isv-rv stir? a aln. with
an advance In most Kin-Is. Quail. $1 25 f* dozen:
Mallard, $6; canvasback, «[email protected] f* doc; Sprig,
fSO4; Teal, f3f«doz: Widgeon. $-(di.JO f, doz
snif.li Duck, $1 50; English Snip,-, $2: Jack
Snipe. SI: Hare, 7tc'(i?l: Rabbits, $1 '[email protected] 50
for Cottontails and $1 for small; Gray Geene,
$3; WWie Geese. [email protected] 25: Brant, (1 [email protected] 76:
Honkers, [email protected] «» uozen.
DECIDUOUS A> T D CITKUS FRUITS.
ORCHARD FRUITS—
All kinds are quiet and prices show no material
change.
Apples, [email protected] 9 box for choice. $I©l 25 for
fancy Red, 05(£35c for common; Eastern, [email protected]
¥ bbL ■
Pears, [email protected]$l 25 V box.
Persimmons, [email protected] V box.
BKKRIEs—
Cranberries from Cap? Cod, $7 [email protected]^ bbl; from
COOS Bay. $2 26(.«2 50 ft box.
GRAPES— [email protected]$l 25 in crates. /.>•.; : i
CITRUS FRUITS— have a wider range;
they are still in heavy supply. Mandarin Oranges.
[email protected]: Navel orange* SI [email protected] 50: Seedlings, $1
@1 50:<irape Fruit, ss(?6: I. emolii.s, 60 for com
mon ana $;.'@2 50 H box for good to choice: Mexi
can Limes. S4tij,4 50; California Limes, 50;aT5c:
Bananas, tl(a>- ft bunch: Pineapples. ?>'<:sl ft doz.
DRIED FRUITS, RAISINS, NUTS, ETC.
DFIKD FRUITS—
Quotations on the ' Fruit Exchange are as fol
lows:
Cabload Lots— ADrtcots are quotable nt [email protected]
for Royals and Iiy 2 @l2c for choice to fancy
JJoorparks; Prunes, ;-.^c lor the 4 sizes: Peaches,
<»(g.SV2C for prime to choice, [email protected] for fancy and
SignOc for peeled In boxes: Apples. SS/4c ?* Ib for
evaporated and [email protected]'_'y2C for sun-dr:ed; Pears, 21-3
@.5c for prime to choice, [email protected] 2 c for quarters and
[email protected] for halves: Plums. 4c «or pitted and IV&C
for unpitted; Nectarines. 3y,[email protected] for choice and
5%c tor iaiicy; White Figs, ac; lilaci Figs, ~Vt
©iiy 2 c. .. ■ ■
■ Jobbixo Tricks— Peaches, [email protected] l ,<iC %* Ib:
fancy. 6y 2 @7y 3 c ? Ib: peeled, l^o v> Ib: Apri
cols, 6V«(&yc 4* Ib: fancy. 10c; Moorp.trlcs. [email protected]
13c; evaporated Apples, -^ie: snn-drnd. [email protected]:
Prunes, 3 8 /[email protected] tor the 4 sizes: Klgs, black, Ac for
un pressed and B®3i^c. for pressed: white Furs,
4c; Plums, [email protected] . lor pitted and iy a c.for on
pitted: Nectarines, 4Ca.6c %> Ib for prime to fancy;
Pears 2V 2 @&c for whole, [email protected]»<! lor quurterj
and [email protected]>c lor halve*.
RAISINS—
Cakload Four-crown loose. 53/ 8 c: three
crown, 4"an t* Ib: two-crown, S3/»c >* Ib: seed
less Sultana*. SVijC; seedless Muscatels, 43/gc; 3
crown London layers, $1 16; clusters, *1 50:
Dehesa clusters. if 2 50; Imperial clusters, S3.
dried Grapes, 3c %4 Ib.
Jobkin-0 Prices— Sax Francisco— Four-crown,
loose, 6-'; 4 c: 3-crown, 434 c: 2-crown, 3 4c: seedless
Sultanas. 63,4 c; seedless Muscatels, 4 Vie: 3-crown
Lonaon layers, $1 25: clusters, ' $1 U0; Dehesa
clusters, $2 75; Imperial clusters, $3 25.
NUTS— Chestnuts quotable at [email protected]: Walnuts.
6y 2 @7c Ib for s-.anuar". and fl(a.9<-' 2 c Ib
mr softshell; Almonds. [email protected] c for La'ni?iicitoc
[email protected] 222 2 for hardshell and b.'ayc lor paper-shell,
lobbing; Peanuts, [email protected] for Kastern and 4c for
California: Hickory Nuts, 6®6c %4 Ib: Pecans,
7%@Bc **lb; Filberts, 7y B !g,sc; Brazil Nuts,
7V2®.Bc: Cocoanuts,' [email protected] luO. ■.-.-■-.-'.■ ■■ -.:
HuXKY-Comb, l^@l2yac for bricht and [email protected]
for lower grades: water- wha*> ' extracted, s<ftsV2C;
light amber extracted. 4i«!®4«4c; cark amber, 4®
4y 2 c; dark, [email protected] f». Ib. ." ; r"
BKiibWAi:-a3aJ6c to.
PROVISIONS.
CURED MEATS— 6c "$ Ib for h*"iivv, 70
f> Ib for light medium 9 l /a c for light. 10c «i Ib for
extra light and 11 %c v 5v 5 - * for (jar-cured. East
ern" sugar-cured Hams. 12V 2 @l3c: California
bams, lie > Ib: Mess Beer. *[email protected] 60; extra
mess do, .*v.j»» 50; family do, $9 50© 10; extra
prime Poric, $7 50&8: extra clear, *ld i* bDI;
mess, $14 ~t> bbl: Smoked Beet 10c '? Ib.
LA It D— Eastern, tierces. . Is . quoted at s^c for
compound and [email protected] for pure; palls. 7c: Cali
fornia tierces, O&S'Vic fi Ib for compound and 6^c
for pure: haif-bbla, t>-; 4 c; 10-ib lius. 7Vi<s: do 5-tt>,
7Vbc %» Ib.
cu'I 'TOLENK— 6S6V4O in tierces and [email protected]
lv 10- Ib tins.
HIDKS, TALLOW, WOOL, AND HOPS.
HIDES AND SKINS-Heavy salted steers are
quotable at 8c v* Ib; culls and brands, 7c i* It.:
medium, 7c: culls brands, 6c: light. 6c; culls
and brands. sc: ■ Cowhides, [email protected]^c: culls ana
brands, [email protected]|C; salted Kip, ti®ic; salted Calf.
[email protected]; salted Veal, [email protected]: dry Hides. [email protected] 9- tt>:
culls and branas, [email protected];dry Kld and Veal.' 8310 c:
culls. [email protected]: ary Calf, 15c; culls. lL'c: Goatskins,
[email protected] each; Kids. SC; Deerskins, gool summer,
[email protected] Ib; medium, [email protected]'2Uc; winter. 7f<tßc:
bbeepskins, snearlings, [email protected] each: abort wool,
[email protected] each; medium, &o^4sceach; long wools,
4t (4boc each. i
TALLOW— Na 1. rendered, [email protected]*C; No. 2, 2i/ a c
V Ib: refined, 6c; .tirease. 2c ? It. -
WOOL— We; quote Fall Wool as follows: num
boldt and Mendocino. [email protected]; free northern, 7^s®
BVa c l middle counties, tree,' &[email protected]; do. defective,
4>/[email protected]: San Joaquln, »@sc; do. foothill, [email protected];
Kastern Oregon spring. 7fo(a,9c; Valley Oregon,
lii. 2 'al2Vi{C; do. tall and lambs', ll^lli/gc.
HOPS— [email protected] for fair to choice aud 8<&10c 9 Ib
for fancy. r.«" ' ' /
OK.NERAL SIKK» HANDISE.
BAGS— Calcutta Grain • Ba^s, spot, 4%c: Jane-
Jay delivery, 4%c; Wool Bags, 24y 2 ifl.V!6%c.
COAL-Harrlson's circular says: "During the
week there have been live arrivals from
the Coast collieries V with 1 8.055 tons of
Coal, and no foreign cargo has come to hand. Dur
me the same time last week 33,19* tons arrived
from .Swansea, Australia and Cardiff: this cessa
tion of foreign Coal coining in this week will en
able our wholesale dealers to handle last week's
excessive supply without being crowded. Business
has been very brisk this mouth at covering prices;
deliveries have been liberal, more especially in
those lines suitable tor domentic uses. Quotations
are. fully 10% higher than in November for average
steam grades, with a tendency ' for a still further
improvement, in January,. February, and March;
after that time it is anticipated there may be a
softening of values, provided our incoming grain
crop may have then declared itself to be a copious
one. If It should prove otherwise then high prices
must necessarily rule through 1897, as there would
be uolnducemer.tfor incoming carriers to transport
Coal except at a high freight rate. , Present ruling
rates from England aud Australia show no weak
ness; Coal and Coke freights are strong. y main
i tatued at extreme figures, insomuch so that buyers
here are chary about ordering except for abso.nte
requirements. Dealers in Coke order lightly, antici
pating regular shipments monthly from British
Columbia which are now assured."
- -Wellington is quotable at $8; New Wellington.
98 %i ton: ■ Southneld Wellington. $7 50 ? ton:
Beanie. '; $5 60; Bryant, $6 50: Coos Bay, »4 75:
AVollscnd. $6 60: Scotch, ; jrtrymoo, : Cum
berland, $13 50 in bulk and $16 in sacks; Pennsyl
vania Anthracite Kg?, $11(3*12 "r ton; Welsh ah
tbruclLc, SS&10; Cannel, 98 t* ton; Rock springs,
C.ifttle Gate ■ anc . Pleasant Valley, f7 60; Coke,
[email protected] bulk and $13 V ton in ska > ' -* : >
•,. CANNED. SALMON -The Alaska Packers' Ab
eocintlon- quotes Red Salmon as iollows: In lots
of 25,000 cases. 95c V dozen: 60.000 cases, 92Hc
\i dozen: .76,000 cases,; 90c V- dozen, net cash i. o.
Li. ex-shlp. 0 ~'*3ffißSpß&££Pl&*ld&&&BiSßM
ECO Ait— The Western Sugar Reflnln* Company
quo: es, terms net cush: Cube and Crushed, be;
J'owclerod, 6i^c; Fine Crushed, 6c; Dry Granu
lated, 4y c: Confectioners' A, 4%c: ,. Magnolia A,
4y ; ; Es.:ra C , 43/ 8 c; Golden C, 4 14 c: half barrels .
i/i c more than iMiiels, and boxes \a c uiore. •
SAN I'KANCISCO MJSAT MARKET.
; The market continues firm. Wholesale rates for
drydse.t stOC4 irom siuugbterers are as lollowx:
Bh .'■ F- First quality, «@6Vic:- second do, [email protected]
be: thlid do, [email protected] V Ib. ; . > , -.
' VKA L— Large, [email protected]; small. [email protected] ?» In,
>lUiTON — Wethers. tM/ 3 (ii7cj iiwes, [email protected]
$ b.
LAMB-7®Bc » to. ' -
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1896.
■ PORK— Live HO2B, 3y @si4c 3 ft for large and
medium and ai/g(S.3Vic ior" small; dressed do, 4^
@SV*C %i lh. . ■.. ..= ... .. . . .- - - .-
KJfciCJKIPTS OF VBObUCIS "
tor 24 HOUR*.
Klonr. «r «** .... 23.3H8 Uutter. ctls.;..- 89
vviirat. ctls..^... • 2,681 i Cheese, ctls.... . - 69
Fnrley. ctls 123,980 Kegs. 00z........ 2.580
Oais.ctls „, 634jH1de5.n0...'.... : . 837
Corn, cils _ ! Pelts, bd15. ...... 435
Eastern „. 765; Wine, cats 42,700
Rye, ills „.... «bO Brandy, ga15..... a,400
Beans. sks ' Sugar, bb15....... 1,831
Potatoes, sks.... 6,053 leather, r0115.... 64
Onions, sics...._ 468 Hops, bi5... ...... : 30
Bran. nit 5........ 700 Tallow. ctts. 14
Middlings, sk*,.. 1,101 Chicory, bbs...- -'; ■ 6
Hay, tons.. . 323 QuicksUver.rljici 193
THE STOCK MARKET
fining stocks wera firm yesterday at a trifling
advance over Thursday's prices. There was
Lardly any business.
The Napa Consolidated Quicksilver Mining
Company has declared a regular qunrterly divi
dend, No. 78, of 10c a share, payable January 1.
A telegram from the superintendent of the Con
solidated California and Virginia stated that no
ore had been extracted irom that mine la«t week.
The annual meeting of the Bullion Mining Corn
pony has been called (or January 14
The annual meeting of the Viitorlt Mining Com
pany has Deen culled for January 11.
The San Francisco Gas'ight Company has de
clared an extra dividend of 17V2 fi pt-r share, pay
ab c January 2. 'Ibis is <ne-luilf of the usual
monthly rate, and It will be the last flividenil the
present company will pny before me exchange of
the old shares Tur this- of the new ban I'raccisco
Gas aud Electr.c l-ight Company.
Following Are tbe Highest Pricos Dur
ing the Past Week.
Alpha.. ..;„'....
Aim ....
Andes
Belcher
Best <ft Belchor..
80d1e...... ......
Bullion.. ........
Bnlwer
Caledonia
Challenge.
L'holiar .;.:.. ..
Uon.C*L A Va. .
Confidence ......
L'rown Point
l • on it & Curry.
Hale it XorcrOit
Mexican
M0n0.............
Ophlr ..'...;. ....
Overman
Occidental.......
Fotosi
Savago.....
Seg. Belcher....
Sierra .Nevada..
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1 OAi.Il SALES.
rtmtmin* Tirre the t*aca la the San Francisco
Prcrlc PoarJ yesterday:
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Andes. 13 16 Instlce. « 01, 06
Belcher 39 4C Kenlucic 01 02
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Chollar ........ Ml 82 Overman 05 L 6
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L salience Con. 30 32 ravage. "^4 '26
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ton New Yuri — . ' Vi ■syndicate. .... — 03
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tesl^it-rraN*/ - — L 4 -terra Nevada US 40
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KnsiernD.... 77 81 jJudsouD.... — -
California.... 75 — Vlgorlt. — 90c
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Gerl>eadO>. 80 100 «."nrf PaintCo — 7
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MerKxAssa. — 110 Sunset 'l'«tT. — —
M Klec L.lgm - 6% 7 : . United C C». — —
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25 do do 22 C'Ji/3
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$1000 Markef-st Ry Con 5% Bonds .... 106 00 "
•26 Mutual Electric Light....... ......... 7 00 "
20 UV Water.... *»7 60
NISHAPUR TURQUOISE MINES.
Lacy Method* by Which the Precious
Stones Are Got Out.
The famous turquoise mines of Nisha
pur, in Northern Persia, are believed to be
the only turquoise mines in the world
which have been worked extensively or
which have produced the turquoise of per
fect shape and color. On approaching the
mines from Nishapur, after entering the
low hills and gradually ascending, one
arrives first at the villages inhabited by
the miners, which are op undulating
ground about 5000 feet above the sea level.
After another gradual ascent for about a
mile by a very good road the foot ot a hill
about 1000 feet in height is reached. All
the mines are on the south face of this
hill, and from the first to the last the dis
tance as tho crow flies is not more than
half a mile. The Reish mine, which is
the only one worked on a large scale or
with vigor, produces the greater part of
tne turquoises at present sent to market.
It is near the top of one of the highest
ranges, at an altitude of about 6000 feet
above the sea level. The entrance is a
hollowed-out cave, about twelve yards
across, with a vertical shaft some five
yards in diameter. Two men were reclin
ing at the mouth of this shaft, with their
backs against the wall of tbe cave, and
turning with their bare feet a rickety
wooden wheel, which brought up tne
debris ironi below in a small sheepskin
bag, holding no more than a peck per
haps. This was received by a third man,
who unhooked, emptied and reattached
it. The other two men removed their feet,
nml the bag went down witn a run some
feel, where tbree^ other men were simi
larly engaged on' a ledge in the shaft. The
mine itself is eighty or ninety feet from
the surface. The miners first descend by
means of a narrow diagonal tunnel, and
then scramble down tho rough sides of
the shaft.
At the mouth of the cave, which Is on
.ho precipitous hillside, naif a dozen men
were seated close together on a ledge
breaking with small hammers the frag
ments of root as they were brought up
from below. When a turquoise was dis
covered it was placed on one side in its
rougU state,. encased in rock and sent to
Mershed. Unfortunately, though the
mine is very productive and the tur
quoises of good shape their color soon
goes. Since the Abdur Rezal mine fell in
it may be said tbat tbe stones of perfect
shape and color are very rarely lound.
But, though really cood turquoises are
rare, there is an abundance of imperfect
and bad stones whicb are eagarly bought,
for all Orientals prize them, and the very
poorest like to possess even a green and
spotted one set in a tin ring. It is more
tban likely, however, tbat the hill con
tains an abundance of good stones.
Some of those now found look excellent
at first, but the color in most cases soon
fades, cr a green tinge is developed, or
epots appear on them. Some of these
white spots can only be detected at first
with a glass, and then as a mere speck,
but in time they may expand and spread
right across the stone. The color of most
faded turquoises can be temporarily re
vived by dampness. In Meshed no one
would dream of buying a turquoise of cood
coror without possessing it for some
days, for it is the most treacherous of all
precious stones. The turquoises, as soon
as they are cut in Mersheu, are nearly all
sold at once for export, and their price in
the town rises at least 1030 per cent. Soifte
years ago one could obtain in Meshed
good turquoises of perfect shape, fine
color, fair size, and without a flaw ior a few
shillings each. Turquoises are at present
far cheaper at Tiflis and Constantinople
than at Meshed, and at those towns one
might perhaps find some of good color
which have been in stock for years. —
London Times.
CHICAGO CATS.
T hey Are Sacrificed in the Interest «»;
Science by Medical Students.
Has your pet cat suddenly disappeared
and you don't know what has become of
it? Probably it has fallen a martyr to
scier.ee. One hundred tats have met that
fate (taring the past week, and another
hundred have it in store for them.
At this period of the year each of the
medical students in Chicago is required to
dissect an animal and mount its skeleton.
The animal preferred is a cat. There are
some 200 medical students in Chicago in
their first year, and each of them is .in
structed to keep his eye open for a cat,
and tney have been prowling down all ys
in seared of feiine?, and perhaps half of
them have been lucicy enough to be suc
cessful in their search.
It is not an easy task to find a cat when
you want one. Ordinary mortals see
pttnty of them as they squail through the
nieiit ouiside of their windows. But it is
deferent with the mcd cal student. When
he wants a cat he finds it very d iticul t to
get one, and therefore he is forced 10 make
a very thorough hunt before he succeeds
in bagein;-' the game. On this account the
medical student finds it better to maite
the residence districts his hunting-ground,
where he may be able to catch some very
tame feline who has wandered from Its
house and home to miv itself on the steps.
The stray cats are much harder to
capture, because they are not so tame and
have been taught by%ad experience to re-
Sard all men as their enemies. The pet
tabby is less suspicious and falls an ea?y
prey to the medical student when she
wanders from her own fireside. Hence it
is tnat most, of the cats which are being
made martyrs tb science are well groomed
and bigfa bred. Fully a score of beautiful
Angoras and nearly as many Persian cats
have Deen captured alive and chloroformed
by the students during the past week.
There ;s a student at one of the medical
colleges who has been so successful in cap
turing cats that he has been making a
business of it, and is laying by a siore of
money to help pay his expenses through
ttie college. He has a winsome way of
saying, "Pussy, pussy," which few cats
seem able 10 resist, n nd as a result he has
caught sixteen dv .ng the past week,
which he has very iittle difficulty in sell
ing to lc»s fortunate hunters of the feline
pets. His favorite hunting-ground is
Michigan avenue, where the best cats can
be had and most easily.— Chicago Times-
Herald.
CUNNING OF ELEPHANTS.
Some Examples of Their Sagacity While
in Their Will State.
Several years ago a large bull elephant
was captured by Crippy, the famous ele
phant-tuker of Ceylon. The animal made
a desperate struggle at first, but wa3
finally conquered and led into the corral
by two elephants trained for the purpose.
The moment it entered the inclosure it
sanli upon the ground and apparently
died of what natives termed a broken
heart. Every effort was made to restore
the elephant. It was treated by the doc
tors, pinched with spears by the mahouts,
but all to no purpose, and it was finally
deserted. But the moment the natives
reached a safe distance the wily beast
sprang to its feet, and with exultant
trumpeting rushed through the corral
fence and into the forest, where its cries
ofdelignt at the success of its ruse were
heard for some time.
Mice will feign death to escape a cat,
and even human beings at times adopt
this ruse to escape from the various ene
mies. Almost every great lion-hunter has
tried it with this animal, and olten with
success. A famous elephant-hunter was
caught by a rogue elephant and tossed in
the air, after which the ferocious brute at
tempted to kueel upon him and crush him,
but the hunter did not move, realizing
that it was his only salvation, and the ele
phant, thinking him dead, turned and ran
into the brush.
One of the most remarkable instances
of presence of mind on record was that
shown by Seious, the African big-game
sportsman. He was caught by an en
raged elephant, which he had wounded,
and pinned to the earth by a tusk which
cut through his thigh to the bone, tearing a
1 aping wound. Seious retained conscious
ness and pretended to be dead. The ele
phant watched him closely for a few
moments to see if he was alive; then he
jerked bis tuslr from his body and the
ground, which it bad penetrated, rose to
its feet and staggered off to receive its
death from the friends of the plucky
hunter, who had not fired, fearing that
the animal would fall and crusb the
wounded man. — Philadelphia Inquirer.
A SEA BOTTOM EXPLORES.
Work Actually Begun on the Lake Sub-
marine lioat.
Work was begun a day or two ago at the
Columbian Shipyards, Baltimore, on the
construction of the lake submarine wreck
ing vessel that is to sink into the ocean
depths, explore wrecks and coral beds, and
in fact, be the wonder of the age in marine
engineering. The boat, which has al
ready been described in these columns,
will be cigar-shaped, 36 feet long, 9 feet in
diameter, with a displacement of 54 tons.
The steel hull will be braced to stand the
pressure at a depth of 300 feet.
She will be propelled by steam on the
surface and by electricity while sub
merged. The craft will be divided into
four compartments — engine and living
room, air-lock chamber, divers' room and
lookout compartment. The piloi-nouse
and smokestack will be in the center ol
the vessel's back. When running on the
surface the boat will be guided and pro
pelled as are ordinary steam vessels.
The vessel will be submerged by filling
tanks in i.-er hull, lowering heavy weights
to the bottom of the sea, and then wind
ing in the cables attached to the weights,
when the vessel will descend. The fires
will be extinguished when the vessel goes
down, and electricity will then supply the
motive power. The peculiar craft is to
carry a crew of six men, ana will be capa
ble of staying on the bottom loriy hoars
without renewing the air.
The onenings where the divers will go
out will be on the bottom and the water
will be kept out of toe apartment from
which they leave the boat by air pressure.
Powerful electric lights will illuminate
tbe ocean bed for 200 leet around tbe boat.
There will be a propeller in tbe rear and
when it strikes bottom it will run on three
wheels, two of which will be furnished
with claws to act as additional propellers.
Simon Lake, tbe inventor, i- a youug ma
rine engineer of Baltimore. W. T. Mal
ster, president of tne Columbian Works,
is interested id the scheme. — Philadelphia
Kecoru.
THE CALL CALENDAR
DICEM
Bu.
Mo.
jTu.
W.
Th.
Fr.
Sa.
Moon's Phi
1
2
3
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6
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Dec. 4.->;;
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7
8

10
11
12
Firs: Quarie
Dec. 11.
13
14
IS
18
17
18
19
/£«V Full Moon.
& Dec. 19.
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21
22
23
24
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2tf
Quarter.
Deo 27.
27
128
29
30
81 i
:-y.: -y.
OCEAN STEAMERS
JDdt«ii of Departure * rum San FranoUco.
STKAMER I DKSTISATION*. I
BAILS.
| I'IKIi.
L'oronk
P0m0na.....
Aral 10nr...
\oapuico...
Stale or Cal.
8e1g1c.....'..
Australia...
Kureka
My Puebia
Czarina.....
Santa Kosa.
a rcaia. .;;;.
5un01.......
Loos 8ay.. . .
Colombia. ..
Del None...
Homer..:...
San Uietro. ....
Hnmboldtßai
Yaa ulna Bay.
Panama
Portland
China* Japan
H0n01u1u......
Newport ..".'...
Vie a P«t Snd
Coos Bay . .
ban IMexo .
Coo* 8ay.....
Grays Harbor.
Newport;-.-;.'. .
fort I ana ......
!ii-;ivs Harbor.
Vnnnlnn Bay
Dec 27.11*41
Dec 27. Htm
Deo 27. SAM
Dec -'9.1 v
Dec 29.1Uam
Dec '2.9, Ipm
Dec '19. 'ieu
Dec 'it. Yam
Dec 80, am
Dec 30, dfx
Dec Sl.Ham
Dec 31.10 am
Jan 2. 12»
Jan 2. Pa u
.I:.n 3.10 am
Jan; . 3. .....:
Jan '- 6. Spm
fl« 11 ;
Pl«r*
let 3 ,
Pit »S
l"l«r 24
PM.SS
Pier 7
Plot 11
Pier s»
Pier 8 I
Pier 11
Pier 13
Pier i
Pier 11
Pie' J t
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STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
>r'*MKB
From
llVf.
Costa Kick.
Eureka.
Peru ...........
Cleone
Trnckee
Czarina..
Pant* Kosa.V...
Alcazar
I'odiods
C01umbia. ......
Walla Walla. ..
Colon ...........
Crescent City...
Coos 8ay...;...
Del None
Farallon..
H0mer.:........
Alice Blancnard
Arcata
State of C»1....'
North Kor«.
Departure Bay '.
Newp0rt. .;:......... ....
China and Japan
Crescent Clr. v .v..:. . .. .. .
Tillamook Bay
Coos Bay
San D1#ir0..... ..........
Grays Harbor
Hum bold, liny. ... ......
I'ortlana :....
Victoria <£■ Pue*t BouqJ
Panama....
Crescent City :.'....„
Newport.......
urnys HarDor.
Yaqntna tsar
Yaqalna Ha- ........ .
Portland
Coos 8ay;..... ..........
Corel ana.
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..Dec «7
..Dec 27
..Dec '11
..D«o 28
..Deo. 28
..Dec 29
..Dec 29
..Dec 30
..Dec SO
..Dec 31
..Dec 31
..Dec 81
...lan . 1
..Jan 1
..Jan 1
..Jan 3
..Jan 3
..Jan 3
..Jan S
Jan 6
..Jan .5
SUN, MOON AND TIDE
C. p. Coast A>fr> G *odktic Si7Bvky Tib* 1 ) :
' BITM.ICTIN publishkd by official ' >•
Authority of the Supkbintmndknt. )
December— lß9o.
Sunda/, December 27.
Unn Tin** 7.251 Moon rises am
Bun sets 468; Moon set*.
I Timp Feet !■ -° Feet M-v" peel T>m» Fe«
V H W I ■ -■ - I. .W |H -v I. \V
!8 6.U&
X. W
!9 0.15
tO 1.16
li '2.13,
6.4 111.46|1 1 1.46| u.U' ti.oo a.4 li.^o 275
5.6' 1a. 571 0,1 7.40 37|
H W L \\ I H W
2.7 6.5 i 6.7 3.0.< i —I.o i 9.01 3.8
2.9 7.40 6.9 Xo!> -1 6 In. 14 4.3
a.Oj 8.26 «.1| 4 001-1. 9111.14 4.3
Note— In the aoove exposition of the tides th*
sarly morning tides ant given In the left hand
column, and the successive tides of the day in the
order of occurrence at to time. The second tlms
column pives the second tide of the day, the third
time column the thLM tide, and toe last or right
hand column gives the last tide of the dt»y. except
when tnera are but three tides, as sometimes
•ccurs. T£B heights given are additions to tiis
soundings on the United States Coast .Survey
charts, except when a mlnns sign (— ) precedes ths
height, and iben tbe number given is subtractiv*
from the deotb _• : yen by ihe charm-
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
A branch of tbe United States Hvdrograpnls
Oflce located In tb* Merchant*' Exchange U
maintained In m»b Francisco for the benefit ol
mariners wlthont regard to nationality and free ol
«xi ense.
Navigators are cordially Invited to visit tns
office, where complete lets ot charts and salllifz
directions of the world are keot on nunl for com
parison and retarence, and the latest information
can always be obtained regarJlng llgbts, dangers
to navigation and all matters of interest to ocean
commerce.
The time ball on top of the build ns on Tele
graph mil 1* hoisted abont ten minutes before
noon, and Is dropped at noon. 120 th meridian, by
telegraphic signal received each day from th»
United states Naval Observatory a. Mare Island.
Cal.
A notice stating whether the time ball wat
dropped ob lime, or giving the error, If any, tt
puhinhel the same day uy the afternoon pap era
and by the morning papers the following day.
W. S. HUOHKS.
Lieutenant. U. B. -N.. In «harga>
The Time Ball.
fBANCH JTYT>BO«JBArmo OrFIOW,' XT. S. ?T.. ■>
M KUCHA NTS' KxciiANraie V
. Pan Francisco. Decemoer 26 1891. )
The time ball on Tetegraon Hill was aroppel
exactly at noou to-day— l. a., at, noon of the 12(Ka
meridian, »r exactly utfc il, Greenwich lima.
.-• ' v ■•■•.".■ W. S. HoflHM,
, Lirntenant V. S. X.. In charts. ■
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Point Bonita Cliannel— California.
It is reported tbat Bontta Channel Buoy, black
No. It. is UOO feet due east or Its proper position.
If so it will be replaced as noon as practicable.
By order of the Lighthouse Board.
I'baxk Courtis, Commander U. S. N.
Inspector Twelfth Liehthouse District.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
Arrive 1. ,
. , • :- SATURDAY. December 26.
Stmr Albion, Lnndquist, "Vi days from Tilla
moolc Bay. lumber, to J s Kimlmll. .
- Stmr ' City of I Puebla, Debney, 58 hours from
Victoria and Puget Sound ports; pass and mdse, to
Uoodall. Perkins & Co.
Stmr Alliance, -Hard wick. -44 hours from Coos
Bay; 450 tons coal. 100 M. ft lumber, 10 Gray &
ilitchell. \
. Nic Costa Rica, Mclntyre, 89 hours from
Departure Bay: 2300 tons coal, to It Duusmuir i
(Sons. • '
Bktn Monitor, TurlofT. 9 day» from Eureka;
lumber aid shln<les. to runs Nelson. .
{Schr Glendale, Johnson, .20 days from Port
Blake.ey; lumber, toP.icitic Pine Lumber Co.'-
Schr Arthur I, Krog, Ti hours from Xversens
Landing: 140 eds wood, to X iv.-rseii.
-. Schr Halcyon, Mellins, 22 days from Tacoma:
840 M. ft lumber, 10 Hausen &«jo.
• Schr Monterey. Beck. IB hours from Bowens
Landing; M ft lumber, to F Hey wood. -
'•*-le»r«(l. : '
, SATURDAY, December 26.
' Stmr Corona, - Jepsen, - ban Diego; UoodaU.
Perkins & Co. .
Fr bark Jeanne d.' Arc, Made, Qaeenstown; G W
Me Near. . ■ .... : : ..... ......
Sailed. ;... "... ~! .
SATURDAY. December 28.
Stmr Coos Bay, Jansen. San Pedro.
Httrir Mexico, Thomas, Victoria and Puget Sound. '
■- Stmr KmDtre. Ne son, Portland.
, Rtmr Navarro. Dugi>an. Trinidad.
„' sciircwisJi Wilson. Johnson, Aberdeen. .
Schr Occidental, Brandt, Eureka. '
TelMgrapluc.
POINT LOBOS. Dec. .26.-10 p. it— Weatha:
foggy; wind SE; velocKy 30 miles.
■■_- .. ■ - •-; ■ ■ Charters. ':.'-• ■-„.,' ." • ;
The Haw bark - Roderick Dim loads mdse for
Hllo; Br bark Beeswing, wheat at Portland for
Europe; Br ship Duohulburn. same voyage, 27s
6d; scbr Viking, nidae, for Kahuiul. : ■ ■
" , ■ .Uomnatio Forti,
ASTORIA-Sailed Dec 26— Br ship Province, for
Queensiown. . . . ■- .
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Dec 26-3tmr - National
City, from Eureka.
Sailed Dec i»>— stmr Jewel, for San Francisco.
YAQUINA BAY— sailed, Dec 26— Stmr Tilla
mook. for San Francisco.
COOS BAY— Arrived Deo 25— Schr Daisy Rowe,
hence Dec '20. :-. : ■ - ■-■■".'■' "••■■ -, v/.■;v /.■; ..*' >■ <g. -
BA LLA P. D— Arrived Deo 19— Schr Boy Somers.
hence Dec H. .-*■■ - ; " . ■;' .-: :■
1 PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived Dec 26-Schr
Meteor, from San Pedro. ™? .
.ASTORIA— Am D-c 26— Stmr Columbia,
hence Dec 24; stmr Alice Blanchard, * hence Dec
21. .* •'.-■■-*-■ *. -■■ .'• is ■', . '-:■,? *■**■■-*& .'.; ».»:
: SOUTH BEND-Arrlved Dec 26-sciir ■■ Melanc
tuon. hence Dec 4. -'■ -< «*' . ; « : -
: GRAYS HARBOR— Sailed Dec 25-Scnrs Mary
and Ida, Neptune and Jennie Stella, and stmr
Alcatraz, for San Francisco ; schr O M Kellogg, for
Apia: bkin leaner, for Oco<.
•, Arrived Dec 26— airur - Del None, hence Dec 22.
■!".'■'■■■ '- ;: , . Importations. : ".■■.. . ,// '. <.
PORTLAND- Per State of Callfornla-525 os
salmon,' 369 sKs potatoes, . 1260 sks shorts. '- 1600
ski bran. 2567 sks wheat. 48 cs peas, 2196 sks
1003 qr-sks flour, 6314 bdls shoots, 472 odls
hides ana pel tv 864 | pkgs green hides, 286 pkgs
furniture, 2130 pkgs p»oer. „ . : /; -.■>,, <*■■■,
' - Astoria — bbls cranberries, ■ 68 sks oysters, 26
I cs salmon. 141 a bdls books, 53i2 ft lumber. 424
sks fish guano, 'A pkga express. ;. ..'.:. ..--:_
: : VANCOTJ Per City of Puebla— 8 bbls flint,
65 bbls lasts. 5 cs luces, 39 cs cigarettes 267 Cs
tobacco, . -5 cs cigars. 6 cs ■% wooden haines." 6cs
flannels, 5 <m dry goods, 1 cs elastic, - organs,' 4 rs
coffee. 5u bbl» glucose. 35 drums glycerine, 1000
: ke.'s 10 bbls 30 lif-bbls herrings. I bicycle.' 2310
! cs condensed milk, 187 cs hats, . 10 bdls leather, X
I bxs nulso. 429 cs uoot-i and saoes. -' :-'-'-*'-'^ :
A tiacortes— l'Aobs sks oat*. 25 bxs codfish. V. ;
.'■■■ Everett— 6o kegs • nails, 247, rolls 733 bds 42 cs
paper, ,700 bars = bullion , 5 1 bx ■ dams, 821 bdls
snooks, 31 bars brass. . :::'.\':\: ■*■>■■■-■ v"'"-"-i> '-■■*£•;-■■*.
West or Fargo via Tacoma— lß24 sks wheat, 111 1
bx clothing, 608 sks 564 qr sks 1882 hf-s:<s flour,
1 bx clo blui, 228 ' pk«s luruiture, 9 crts classes,
■•-.' —" ■ - ;. .'..- .•-".■---■: ■■„.-.-■ ..;_.... '
«87 sks flax, 68 sks wool, 156 bdla bed ends and ,
rails. •-. .-■ , : ,"--:. .: ... ■ :
■"•• Kast of Fargo via Tacoma— l bale matting, 4cs
furniture, 2 bols mJse. 3cs machinery. >. ■»■ ■■•■':- ,> : i
-Tacoma— 3 pknmJit I C maclilne, 1 sk. bear
skins, 1 keg brand-, ' 400 bars bullion. Bcs > tele- -
graph instruments. 1 cs hardware, 7 bais hides.
Japan via Vic:orla-1 bale ragi. 1 cs furs. 25 bxs
curios, 5 bxs maic.ies. • .-' :
: China via xPS C 0 —286 ro-U matting, 1783
cs oranges. 183 'pkgs oranges, o I cs c orioi. '21
p-egs curios, 3 pkgs provisions, 1 : bx samples, 4 c«
paper napkins, 2uO bass rice; • '•': •
•■ Victoria— l bx extract. 50 cs whisky. ;1 sic coin.
1 cs muse, '2 cs W patterns. '2 pkgs express.
Seattle via O R Ky— '& bxs mdse, 1722 copper
Ineots. . . : ■» - :'■' ■•- i'i--&i-ii-. ■-. v-<
* New Whatcom— 2 cs . mdse, ; 99 bdls broom
handles • •• .'• •• v---~.- • " ; ": ':
. >eatt.e— l4 bxs rubber goods. ; 400 sks oats, .1 bx
groceries, 6 ci syrup. 2 bbls .brasa iuu<. 1 uorse, 4
bxs fish, 983 bbls lime, 19 cs mdse. 1 coop poul
try, 2 pugs machinery. 2 castings, 1 chest tea, 433.
bdls bides and pelts, 12 pkgs express. 'i sks coin, 1
bbl apples, 2 bxs fruit, 1 lot household furniture.
* Port Townsend— l bar bullion. ■:
KetchUan— l bx ore. =. ;s ;; .
;'•'-: ':i~"0.-U. ' I ■■ " Consignee*.
' Per State of California— Allen & Lewis: Healds
burg Canning to; Oeo Morrow & Co: J A Wilkin
son; M P Detels; V Hillens & Co: . Btssln*er& Co;
J P Thomas; Moore, Ferguson Co : " D J Russell ;
J KArmsby Co: • McDonoughAKunyon: J B
Bocarde Chambers, Price & Co; Fogarty & Parker;
Porter Bros & Co; Willamette Pulp & Paper Co: A
j-miU»: H A Lacy ;' Dodge,' Sweeney & Co: ; Pac
Bone Fer.iUzin« Co: Crown Paper Co; Qalbraith
Co; Darbee & Immel; Clatsop Ml.l Co; 11 Wai
deck: -Wells, Fargo & Co : H W Frank.
: Per City of pupbla— Mattoon & Dandlada; Fuji
Co; Roth. Blum & Co; Wetmore Bros: V Av.noyo:
Djrnoio Bros; D X Allison & Co Nagh A Co: John
FThebedean: Bank of British Columbia;' Welch
& Co: U'rru-la Uriosto & Co; Elij.th Atns: Ban* of
California: J' Davis; !*eiby smel. lns aud Lead Co:
Tlllmann it Bendel ; ■ Thomas Lousjliran: Duff A
Co; Weils, Far,'o <fc Co; A Schilling Co; Hoff
man A Roischlld ; j J X rfeckman: • P vv heeler;
L Ueldman & Co; Ado ph Mever; W T Uarißtt &
Co; II Cowell &Co:*Tne Rot; bins Brass Works; C
A Lee; Academy of Scieuce;'Blssln!;er it Co: "J A
Cloud; Brick <& Co: -American Import Co: Pacißc
steam Whaling Co; Ross & Hewlett; OH Young;
8 H Frank * Co: C X Whitney & Co: O A Marker;
SN Marques; Cerf, Schlost & Co: Monarch Card
Machine Co; s;chles3i:i-er <fe Bender: Italian- Swiss
Agricultural Co:ony:- Sunset T <fc T Co: Jung:
CJLeist&Co: The Harry CJnna Co: P Kos<l &
Co: H Dutard: Geo W Me Near; H Dutard; Kittle
Co; G H Price: M J Brandenitcin * Co: W G
Richardson: Wieland Brewing Co; -M Detels; J
Stencil: Dunham, Carrigan <fc Co: « H. .Howard;
Blake, Moffif <k Towne: Moore, Ferguson <BCo;
N Marden; Northern Lumber Co; De Palmer
Milling Co; O R «ft N Co: American Tobacco Co: P.
Berwin & Bros; . Tlllmann & Bendel ; Triest & Co;
N • Peckeu; -" Buckingham, He-lit & CO: Johnson-.
Locke Mercantile Co: Main & Winchester: .Nat ten
<$. Moore; Rosenthal, Feder to; Wm Clult <fe Co;
A Jfie.shaKt-r; Jacob TJnna: Wi Hams Mar win <&
Co: Wellman. Peck d:>_v.; Murphy, Grant & Co; J
aeidel ' & Co; Cahn, Nlckel3burg at Co; : California
Last Factory; Sherman, Clay Co; S Steefvater:
Giant Powder Co. , .
For I.n" Khtnptno inteUinenr.* Km Twelfth Poo.
HEW TO-DAT.
GERMAN SAVINGS &, LOAN SOCIETY,
526 California St., B. F.
Capital actually paid up In cash.... *1,000.000 00
Deports DecemDer 31, 1895 30,727.686 39
Reserve fund 715.00U00
Guaranteed capital 1,200,000 00
OFFlCERS— President, B. A. Becker: First
Vice- President. Kdwarl Kruse: tiecond Vlce-
Prealdent, Daniel Meyer; (ashler, A. H. R.
Scnmidt: Assistant Cashier, WiJliam Herrmann;
Secretary. George Tourney; Assistant Secretary,
A. U. Mnller.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS-B. A. Becker, Ed-
ward Kruse. Daniel Jleyer, H. Ilorstmann, Ign.
Steinhart, Nlc. Vaa Bergen, Emil Rohte, H. B.
Kuss, li. N. Walter.
At torney. W. k Ooo'lfelow.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
PiOFIC COAST_STEIMSHIP CO.
STEAMERS tBAVK BKOADWAY AdL
wharf, San Francisco, as follows: -SOHBBK
For Mary Island, Lorlnir, Wrcngel, Junean. Kil-
llsuoo and Sitkn (Alaska), at 9 A. v., Dec 10, 2&
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C), Port Town-
send, Seattle, Tacoma, Everett. Anacortes and
New Wi atcom (nelllnsrham Bay. Wash.), 9 a. k.
Dec. 5, 10, 15, HO, '26, 30, and every flfth day there-
after, connecting at Vancouver with the C. P. B.
X., stTacorsa with N. P. R. X., at Seattle with (i.
>". Ky., at Port Townsend with Alaska ateamers.
For Kurelta, Area a aud Fields Landlne (Hum.
holdtßar), str. Pomona '2 r. it.. I) c. 3. 7,11, 15,
19, 23, 27, 31. and every fourth day thereafter.
For Hnnta Cruz. Monterey. San Simeon. Cayucos,
Port Harford (3an l.uls Obispo), Gaviota, Santa
Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, ban Pedro, Kast San
Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport, at 9 a. M.
Dec. 1, 5. 9, 13, 17. 21, 26, fc9, and every fourio
day thereafter.
For s»n Diego, stopping only at Port Harronl
(S«n Luis Obispo), )-anta Barbara, Port Los An-
reles, Redondo (l.os Ansjeles) and Newport. 11
A.M. Dec.3, 7, 11, 15, 19, 23, '^7, 81, andevery fourtli
day thereafter.
For Ensenada. San Jose del Cabo. Mazatlan, La
Par and Uuaymas (Mexico), steamer Orizaba, IU
a. v. 25th of each month.
'Ihe Company reserves right to change steamers
or sailing dates. Ticket oiiice— Palace Hotel, 4
I«ew Montgomery street.
UOODALL, PERKINS <fc CO., Gen'l Agents,
10 Market St.. San Francisco.
THE O. R. CO.
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
PORTLAN 3D
From Rpear-street Wharf;, at 10 a. m.
FA "RTT/* l3 First-class \ Including
illvHitiiit Second-class /berth Jtm»U
. . . SCUEDULK OF SAILINGS:
State of California Dec. 19, 29, Jan. 8
C01umbia.............. ..Dec. 14, 24, Jan. 8
~ Through tickets and - through -baggage to all
Eastern point*. Rates and folder* upon applia«*
lion to mx&fsottaiitiTmm
F. F. CONNOR. Oeneral Agent,
. . ■ 630 Market street.
COODALIi. PERKINS & CO.. Superintendent*
mmmtmm amsi S. ft. AUSTRALIA for
a9»*VMnill flNll. HONOLULU only,
•H JW"lam t Tuesday, December '29.
■ at - J p. m. Special party
fejm aaajf 1 M rates, AUSTRALIA for
rjCllliir HON o L U L I' only.
• •?»■■■■« Tuesday, December 29.
M•■ " at •! v. m. Special party
Ct^^T^S r«es. N. 8. ZKALA-S-
iStWinSnincJ J»A saiis vi* HOXO-
* > gtff a y f> » ml11 " 111/ LULU and AX7CK-
- /S(nn?l7U« LAND for SYDNEY,
c^> X? II^UIUSJ ' 'lhursday, January 7, at
2 P. M.
LinetoCOOLGABDIE, Aust.,and CAPETOWN,
South Afrioa.
J. D. SPRECKELS * EROS. CO.. Agonts. »
114 Montgomery street.
| Freight Office, 327 Market St., San Francisco. ■
COHPAGSIEGFJERALTRABATLASriQOS
r French Line to Havre.
fIOMPANY'S PIKH(NEW). 42 NORTH AtogSu
\J River, footof Morton st. Travelers byCTISS3*I
this line avoid both transit by English railway and
the discomfort of crossing the channel in a small
boat. Aew Vorit to Alexandria, Kgypt, via Paris,
first class 160, second class f 116. r - < '
LA HRETAGNE......::. ...:... Jan. 2. sa. m.
LA SOHMAVDIE Jan. 9, 9A. M
LA CHAMPAGNE „. ..Jan. 16, 10 A M.
LABOURUOGNE..... .....Jail. 23, 6A. M.
LA (iASCOONE Jan. 30, 9 a.m.
IS" For further particulars apply to
",,.■-. • ■ a. FOKUKT, Agent,
No. 3. Bowling Green. New York. ,
J. F. FUG^ZI <fc CO., 'Agents, 5 Montgomery
avenue, San Francisco. ";:- • ■
WHITE mR LISE.
United States and Royal Hail Steamers
-.' ■*.'./ ■' -■ ■ MHrW .- '. " : , ''.
New York, Qusenstown it Liverpool.
SAILI>O KVKKV lihKK.
CABIN, &0 AND UPWARD. ACCORD- jajem.
ing to steamer and accommodations SMHaV
(selected; second cabin, $42 50andRl/ 60: Maji-s.it: :
and Teutonic. : Steerage Tickets from England, Ire-
laud, Scotland. Sweden, Norway and <■ Denmark
through to San Francisco at lowest rates. , Tickets, .
tailing dates and cabin plans may be procured
from W. H. A VERY, Pacific | Mail Dock, or at the
General Office of I the Company, 613 Market stream
under Urand llotei. . U. W. FLETCHER.
- , -, . . « ■■ ' ■ ■ General Agent lor Pacinc Coast.
CTOdTOJ STEAMERS
Leave Pier No. 3, Washington St*
At a V. M. Daily. -Freight received u»
f to ..::!» P.M. ;
ffg- Acoommodauons Reserved by Telephone,
i l iis only line matting through rates on VallCV
Road freight. gTKAMEKS: ■ . if. ■
• STtAMEKS;
■. T. C. Walker, x J. D. Peter*. v
Mary O»rratt, - . , City of Stooktoa.
'leltuUoutj Main 803. ' Cat. Kay. unU luiui. Cm .
f -l ALLEJO, AID U. S. SAVY-IMRD.
« SXHAMEB tlCEIiliO,"
Dally ex. Sal. A Sun.. *10:30 a.m.. 4 and 9:30 p. M.
Haturdays...v.....;^/.. .......10:30 a. m., 4 p. v.
5unday*....... .........:.......... :..... ....8 p. M>
Landing Mission-street Dock. Pier 2.
'•;••. ■•;.!-: Telephone Black '231.
•ExcursJou 'rip. giving 6 hours at Navy- Yard,
FOR m [JOSE. LOS GATOS& SASTA CRUZ
CJTEAMER ALVISO LEAVES PIER 1 MON-
kJ day. Wednesday . Friday, at 10 a m. Alviso
Tuesday. Ttiursdav. Saturday, at 3P. m.. Freight
and Passenger.", Fare between Han Francisco and
Alviso, 50c; to San ' Jose, 75c. ... Clay -. St., Pier 1. '
20 W. Santa Clara St., Suu Jose. ,v >-,- . t . , ; ..;•..
RATLWOATJ TRATBtJ
Train* connect with .North Pacifls
Coast Railroad. . ,
WEBK Days— u-ave & F. 9:15 a.' m. . I:4!Sf m.
Returning— Arrive S. r. 3:25 p. m. 6:20 P. M. ;
SUNDAYS— Leave B. F. Ba. 11:30 a.m. I:3upm.
Eetnrnlnjr— Arrive 1:1 5 km 4:20 p.m. 7:35 p.»
Tickets for sale in MIU Valley or,-ri.«T:
ti THOt. COOK A >O.\S. 621 Market St., & 9.
i KU Vail*/ and Meant Xaaiaipul* Bo*sio liaUws*
RAILROAD TRAVE[l£^^^_^
S. F. AND PORTLAND EXCUR-
SION TRAIN.
DEC. 29, Jan. 3, 8, -13, 18, 23, 28.
- v And .Every Fifth Bay Thereafter.
' Leave From S. P. i Co.'* '; Ferry Landing,- Foot of
„ ,- / . . .varlcet street, a: 8:00 p.m." ,".
Affirm HI •■ <H1 A Including Berth.
SPECIAL * 514 Tourist Sleeper.
S RATES?: t- $2 V; First Class. inclu.liu*
RATES J $21 PcP cr dard
' For further Information apply' at-Bli Market
street (Urand Hotel Ticket Office), San Francisco.
I RICHARD GRAY, • T. H. GOODMAN,
j'-'.;; C-en. Traffic Mgr. > " ■■■:.'! Pea. Pass. Agt.
TOE SAS FlillCKarilß • SIS JOIQIII
VALLEY RAILWAY COMPAQ.
T>KGULAR*PASSF.SGER TRAINS LEAVE
X\i SiocKton at 7:20 a. m. dally, excepting San-
days, tor Merced, Fresno and way stations. Con-
necting boat I- ayes Washington-street wharf, fan
Fr«ncisco, t via ■' California Navigation and ?. Ira.
provement Com piny at 6 p. M. daily, excepting
SatnrJays. ' JOHN MOSS, Traffic Manager.
■OCniHRN l'AC'iyiC COBFANT.
(■PACIFIC MYSTEM.) ' .
- Trnlun leave and are ilnci to arrive at
HAH ft'UAN&INCO.
Ha ye— From November 7. 1.00 v. m., 1806.— abkiv
"•0:00a Kilcs, San Jose and Way Stations... Bj4Sa
7i«Oa Atlantic Express. Ogilen and Kant.. *«•»»
7«00a Benicia, VacaviUe, Kumsey. Sacra-
'■' ■■ '■- mento. Orovflle and Bedding via
- DaTia......;.......... «»«»
7:30 a Kortinez, San Ramon, Vallejo, Kapa, ■
•■.-■ Cali3toga and Santa Rosa •ilo»
. •:!I»ia Kilos, Hun Just-, Stockton, lone,
. Sacramento, .MarysYillo and lied
; ' r Ulutl.-... ....■...•.■......;.. «ti»p
•8:8Oa Peters and Milton «7sl»»
■ 9iooa New Orleans lCiiines. Raymond (for
1 •"- ; ■ : Yoscmite), Fresno, ' Bakerslicld,
! - , , Santa Uurliara. Los Angeles, Dem-
1 . . ■ ing, £1 l'aeo. New Orleans and
Ea5t.................:............. 4i4»»
; Bt*OA Martinez and Stockton 4:4.1p
: 9:OOa Vallejo 6:15*
....... Nile*, Han Jose, Liverniore and
j . : Stockton...... 7xl»P
■ •I :OOp Sacramento Kiver Steamers *9:00p
■ fl:3Op Fort Costa and Way Stations \* »48»
' 4:UOp Martinez, San Uaiuoii. Vullejo.
Napa, Calletoga. Xl Verano and
- ' ;■ . .: Santa Rosa »il»*
: «:00p Benicia, Vacaville, Woodland, •
.". ' : Knights Landing, Marysville, Oro-
>:i - yUle and 5acrament0..........:.. 11:I»*
I 4:30p Niles, San Jose and Livermore B:4OA>
4:BVp Los ' Angeles ' Express, Stockton,
Fresno, Santa Barbara and .'Los ■
Angeles 10i4»A
• 4:30p Santa Fo Jtoute, Atlautic Express
' . -. ' forMojave ami Ka5t. ............. 10:484
j 6:00 1- European Mail, Ogiien and Kast.... 9j43a
, 6iOOp liuy wards, Niles aud San J05e.:.... 7:48 a
' t7:OOi- Va11ej0..;....;.. ;... t7«43#
7:00 i" Oregon Jixprrsii, Sacramento, Marys-
. - >.»--. - t in Oi Reilding, • Portland, '■ I'ngct
• Sound and last 11:18*
If 10:09p " Sunset Limited." Fresno, Los
■ Angeles, El Paso, New Orleans
. ..-■ and East ...;.. ..........'.•.. Sl»t4g»
SANTA <;itUZ JUVISIO.N (Narrow KnuKC,.
■:ir»A Newark,Cenlervillc,.Suii.lose.Fclton,
Boulder Creek, Cruz and Way
5tati0n5..;..........:............. ■««»•»
*3:lSp Newark, Centcrrillc, San Jose, New
Almaden, Felton, ]>oulder Creek,
Santa Cruz - and Principal Way
5tati0n5................. "11:20 a.
4:1 Sr Newark, Han Jose and Los < Jatos. ... O:SOa
1 11 Hunters' Excursion, San Jose and
Way Stations 17:g0p
COAST DIVISION (lliir.l & jouiimiml Sts.)
0:45 a Han Jose ami Way Stations (New
Almaden Wednesdays only) li3#F
■:13a San Jose, 'ires Piuos, Santa Cruz,
Pacific Grovel Paso Roblcs, .San
Luis Obispo, Gaadsiupc, Surf and
Principal Way Stations 7:©S>
10:40 a San Jose and Way .Stations B:03p
11:30 a Palo Alto ami Way Stations....... 3:00*
' *2:3oi' San Matea, Mcnlo Park, .San Jose,
Gilroy, Tres Finos, Santa Cruz,
i .- Balinas,Montereymi(lPaciucGrove »I0:40a
•3::iopSau Jose ami Way Stations 9:50 a
•4:30r San Jose Wny Stations . »8:10 a
'• 3:30 1- San Jose and Principal Way Stations "8:50 a
' O::tOi> San Jose and Way Stations 11::;."Sa
tll:4."Si- San .lose ami Way Stations t7:49p
* KAN MaXimO ANl> IIA»WAK»S LOCAL.
. <«6:OOaV • ~ v ( 7: ISA
' I 8:OOa ■ ' ' ' %' ■ ,: «9:4»A
iS.OOa Melrosc, Seminary Park, J*!«t
"sISSp Fitchbnrg,SanLeandro "fjjg*
H.yw»rtls. «j«»;
7:OOp .. -; „'.._, :, y *%**
9:00p < Runs through to Nile*. IOtSOp
ftll:lsrj < From NUea. ftl2;OOy
CREEK ROUTE FERRY.
From SIN FUASUSCO— Foot of M»rket Street (Slip 8)—
•7:15 -,:■. 9:00 11:01! a.m. 11:30 *2:00 |3:00
•1:00 . 15:00" *6:00 p.m.'
from OAKLAND— of Broadway.— "6:00 8:00
10:00 a.m. tl2:00 *1:00 '- t2:00 *3:00 ti:00
»S:QOI'.M. -.-■•-i- -■ ■ ' -■
A for Morning. ■ ' . P for Afternoon.
• Sundays excepted, t Saturdays oaljfc.
I X Sundays only. c
tt Monday. Thursday and Saturday nights only.
and Saturdays. § •Sundays and "hursdail.
SM FRMCISCO & NORTH Pi-
CMC RAILWAY CO.
nbnron Ferry— Foot of Market
Ban Francisco to San Rafael.
WEEK DAYS— 7:3O, 9:00, 11:00 A. its 13:3%
8:30, 6:10, 6:30 P. m. Thursdays— Extra Ma
at 11 .30 p. k. Saturdays— fixtn trips at 1:M
and 11:30 r.u. '
SUNDAYS— B:OO, 9:30, 11:00 M.; 1:30. B:3ft
6:00. 6:20 P. M. ■
- San Rafael to Run Franclooo.
WEEK DAYS— 6:IS. 7:50, 9:20, 11:10 A. «i
12:45, 3:40, 10 p. m. Saturdays— trios
at 1:65 p. M. and 6:35 r.u.
■TODAYS— B:IO, a:10, 11:10 a. M.; 1:40, 3 lift
6:00, 6:25 P. K. >
Between San Francisco ana Scnnetaen Park tins*
schedule as above. . ..
Leave Tn i>ner± Arrive
■an Francisco. Oct. 14? Ban Francisco.
Wkkk I Bns- ii-JiSmtlon. Bcr!r ' I Wm «*
Datb. I bats, Destination. BATa^ [ p AYai
7:30 am 1 8:00 am Novato, 10:40 am 8:40 am
8:30 [ 9:30 am Petaluma, 6:10 pm 10:26 AM
t:10 1 6:00 pm Santa Rosa. 7:35 pm 6:22 p^
* Fulton,
ISO AM , Windsor, 10:28 a*
: „ : IT v Healdsburg,
Lytton.
Geyserville, •
1:80 pm 8:00 am Cloverdale. 7:35 pm 6:2lpm
""" Pleta,
Hqpland &
T :Boam 8:00 am Ukiah. 7:35 pm 6:29
7:30 am " _■„-. 10:25 *M
8 :00 am Quernevllle. 7:36 pm
8:30 pm ■ 6:33 PM
7:30 am 8:00 am Sonoma 10:40 am 8:40 am
.... ■ . - • .- -■ •■' ■.. and '
6:10 pm 5:00 pm Glen Ellen. 6:10 pm 6:23 pm
7:30 am|B AMI BebaatODoL 1 10:40 am 1 10:2% am
8.30 5 :00 I HeDM topo \' | 6:10 pm| 6:22 PM
Stages connect at Santa Rosa for Mark West
Springs; •at Geyservllle for Skaggs Springs; at
Cloverdale for the Geysers; at Pieta for Highland
Springs, Kelsey vllle. Soda Bay and L*keport; at
Bopland for Lakeport I and Bartlett Springs; at
TJklah for Vichy Hprings, Saratoga Springs, Bin*
Lakes, Laurel Dell Lake, Upper Lake, Porno, Pottet
Valley. Jonn Day's, ' Riverside, Llerley's, . Back-
nell's, Sanhedrln Heights, HullviUe, Hoone villa,
Greenwood, ' Orr's Hot Springs. Hendocino City,
Fort Bragg, Westport, Us*!, Wlllats, Cahto, C«»
vela" Laytonville, Harris, Scot and Eureka.
Saturday to Monday round-trip tickets at redoes*
rates.
On Sundays round-trip ticket* ta all point* be-
yond Ban Rafael at half rate*.
Ticket Offices. 650 Market at., Chronicle bnn<tlnf>
WBITINa, R X. RY AS,
. .■;.-- Wen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agent. . •■
BAILKOA1) K^^Hbl
Trains leave au 1 arrirs atßgßJ^aHE^aM
Uarket-Street Ferry. f9bM^?4M
SANTA EXPRESS. Ws&Z^bSl
To Chicago via A. & P . \§£Swioin Vl
Direct Line •"•Kiß^jJ'^Gr^B
Leaves daily at 4:30 p. x., carrvtne Pullman PsOaot
Drawing-room and Modern Upholstered Tourist
Sleeping-cars, which run daily through to Chicks
via Kansas City. ' Annex cars for Denver and iSw
Louis. ■-.;--■ - .■■-'-.-•,. -; ' ■ ." •• ■-■_■
Boston Kxcurslons, via Kansas City, Chicago^
Montreal and tea Whits .Mountain* leave every
Ti esday. ■ ■ • -. *■' " ■■ : -■'■ -:.--■ ■■■ '■"■'. ■
The best railway from California to the East,
New rails, new ties: no dust; interesting teener/,
ana good meals in Harvey's dining-rooms. ?■: ;
. San Francisco Ticket Office, 644 Market
St., Chronicle Building;. Telephone Mala ■
153 1 .Oakland . 1118 Uroadwajr.
SOUTH PACIFIC COAST RAILROAD
CVi» SanasvUto Ferry).
•Yam Baa rranclsco, Commencing Sept. 1& 189* '
. ' ■ , '' — — — ...
■ I V WKEKDAYm, - '
Far Kin Valley and - ban Kafael— *7 l2s, "9'.l!L
11:00 a. M.; *1:45. 3:45, *5:15.*5:43,tf:30 p.m.
Extra trips for Ban Rafael on Mondays, Wedn«a>
days and Saturday* at 11:80 p. m.
- ■ .:: \ , : BUND AYS.; ; •• ' ' ,-. '..'■,
For Mill Valley and :. Spn I'.afael— •B:oo, •10:01
•11:30 *. M-: •l : :-,0, 3:00. 6:16». M. •
. Trains marked » run to Han Uuentln. - -
.THROUGH TRAINS.
For Pol Lt Reyes and way stations— a. M.
Wee ltd 8 300 a. m. Sundays. 1:45 m ' M. ; >atu»
•ays.
i Or Casadero and way stations— :2ft A. M. «aaa>
flajrti X^6 r. M-jjaturdsya^ -- -.■ -7?-
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