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THE COMMERCIAL WORLD.
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
Mig:ir advanced again.
Grain Bacs very strong.
si:vcr a fraction firmer.
Cereals continue dull.
Hay and Beans unchanged.
Onions firm. Asparag.is lower.
Butter slightly off again.
FgiS steady. Cheese weak.
Poultry in fair shape.
Frrsh Fruu unchanged.
Dried Fruit very dull.
Bacon and Lard firm.
Hidi-s firm but quiet.
Wool dull. Bop* neglected.
Meat market unchanged.
Kxplanation.
T"ne arrow flies with the wind. The top figures
at station indicate maximum temperature for the
days: those underneath it. if any, the amount of
rainfall, of melted suow in inches and hundredths,
during the past twelve hours. Isobars, or solid
lines, connect po!n s of equal air pressure; iso
therms, or dotted lines, equal temperature. The
word "hich" means high barometric pressure and
is usually accompanied by fair weather: "low"
rt-fers to low pressure, and is usualh- preceded
and accompanied by cloud v weather and rains.
"Lows"' usually first appear on the Washington
roast. Whf-n the pressure is high in the interior
and low along the coast, and the Isobars extend
north and south aloiia 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
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.
WEATUEE BI'REAU KEPORT.
t'NiTKB . States Department or Agricul
ture, Weather Bureau, J-as 1 Fbakcisco,
March 17, 1897, 5 p. M. The following are the
rainfalls for past 24 hours and seasonal rainfalls
to date as compared with those of the same date
last season :
Eureka this season 41 87. last season 32.05, past
24 boors .u4; lied Bluff 22.58, last season 14.91,
p«st 24 hours .00: ban Francisco 20.73, last season
14.95, past 24 hours .00; Fresno 9.26, last season
4.93 past 24 hours .04: an Luis Oblspo 19.ga
last season 14.61, MM 24 hours .02: Los Angeles
16.41, last season 7.87, pan 24 hours. San Di
ego 11.42. last season 6 68, past 24 hours 0.54:
Yuma 5.35. last season .88, past -4 hours .04.
ban Francisco data— Maximum temperature 55,
minimum 44. mean 50.
Weather conditions and general forecasts: '
The pressure has fa'len rapidly over the north
ern half of the Pacific Cocst, anil a storm of con
siderable energy is central to-night over Oreeon
and Washington. During the past 24 hours there
has been a fall of two-tenth* of an inch of pressure
over Washington and OreKOu. There has been a
slight rise over Central California. Tlie tempera
ture has risen over l aliforma and Nevada and has
fallen over Washington, Oregon and .Northern
Idaho.
The following maximum wind velocities are re
ported : latoosh, 40 mile,, fnm the south; Por:
Angeles. 30, from the west; Fort Can by. 72, from
the south: Portland, 38. from the sou'ili; Carson
City, 28. from ihe south wesi, and Point Keyes, 47,
from the northwest. Allhouzh the winds are at
present irom the west and high, it is likely that
strong southeast wind< will prevail along the
coast of Ca ifornla Thursday. North-bound ves
sels are waned that heavy weather is likely along
the coast irom Sail Francisco northward.
Forecast made at Ban Francisco for 30 hours
ending at m dnight, March 18, 1897.
Northern California— Cloudy weather and proba
bly rain Thursday: high southeasterly wind.
Southern California— Cloudy weather Thurs
day ; fresh northwesterly wind.
Npvada— cloudy Thursday, with rain in north
ern portion.
Ut»h— Cloudy Thnr-day. and probably rain.
Arizona— Showers early Thursday morning;
cloudy Thursday.
San Francisco and vicinity— Cloudy aDd proba
bly showers Thursday; high westerly, changing
to fresh southeasterly wind ; Information signal is
displayed at san Francisco.
Alexander McAdik, Local Forecast Official.
>LW YORK MARKETS.
Financial.
NEW YORK. N. V.. March 17.— Speculation at
the opening of the Stock Exchange was weaker,
owing to the lower quotations from London and
the unfavorable statement of St. Paul for the sec
ond week cf March. Notwithstanding these in
fluences and the fact that the foreigners sold be
tween 10,000 and 12,000 shares of the Interna
tionals listed stocks the bean made comparatively
little headway. Prices after a decline of X/ to %
per cent quickly rallied, witn the Vamierbilts
again tee great leaders of ihe market. Thep-r
--sistf-nt buying of these stocks imparted fresh
courage to 1 he bulls and they marked prices up all
along the line.'
Around midday there . was another setback
owing to a sudden break In tobacco from 78 1 /i to
76 on heavy- sales. At about th» same time coal
stocks developed weaknesi and Jersey Central
and Reading ran off about a point. Tbe Gould
stocks were also heavy «nd lost the early Improve
ment. Even these declines failed to disc ncrrt
tbe bulls, who bad the advantage of excellent sup
port by the Vanderbllt group. Omaha was up to
65. an advance of 3Vi pol.its from tbe lowest, of
the morning. Lake Shore rose %. Nickel Plate
first, preferred 2, and hock Island 11/4 per cent. :
Tobacco rallied to 77 . and fugar rose from
1125/ to 114. Fluctuations in the rangers' and
Gould stocks were comparatively slight. Specu
lation closed firm for th* ■ anderbllts and-bugtr
ana rather weak for Jersey Central, Heading,
bt. Paul, Louisville and Nashville and General
Electric. A mouj the specialties standard Hope
and Twine broie 3 points to 614 on liquidation.
The decline was accelerated b - a drou of 6 points
in the 6 per cent bonds of the company to 66.
The Income bonds sold at 16 against 1:41/3 last
reported sale.
■ -.Net Chang » showed advances of 14 to 2 percent,
Omaha leading. The total sales were 192,776
shares.
The bond market was firm In tone. Sales footed
up 51.41i.000. Atchison, Colorado and Pacific
sixes rose 1 to 31: Chesapeake and Ohio, series A,
94: Northwest, coupon gold sevens, 1.
In the Government, bonus, coupon fours of 1925
sold at 123V3, aiid registered fours of 1907 at
HI Vs.
Grain.
FLOU" — Quiet. Winter wheat, low trades,
|2 30(33 35; do fair to fancy, S3 [email protected] 50; do
patents. $4 bOfo.fi: others unchanged: Minnesota
clear, S3 [email protected]~90: do - straights, [email protected] 20: do
patents, [email protected] 80; low extras. *2 3l)(g).s 35; Rye
mixture. S'-' 80<$3 20: superfine, [email protected]>2 80; fine,
«1 [email protected]*s. !,< ■ .
Southern flour, swady. dull. Common to fair ex
tra, S3 [email protected] 50: Rood to choice. *3 [email protected]
Rye flour, rxuderxte demaud at $2 ftUia'i 75.
CGRNMKAL-Quiet. unchanged. Yellow, West
ern. *1 ".O^i 80.
. RYE— Dull. Western, 37 c. L f. Buffalo.
BARLEY— DuII, steady, unchanged.
WHEAT— firmer. F. o. l<. 84c; ungraded red.
[email protected] No. i Northern, 85c. Options opened
firm and advanced s/ s c on easy cables, tell x, ii z c
■on foieign sellirg rallied Vie on covering and
closed steady, s/gfgi^c over yesterday, with trad-
Ing fair. May and Juiy most active; March, 80% c;
May, BJc; Jmy, 781/8 '•
. ' CORN- Dull, <asi.-r. So. 2 elevator. 29VaC:
afloat. 30n; steamer mixed, 28VaC, Options were
dull and firm at V«(ftS/g(: aavauco. March. 29 5 /ic;
May, 30V 4 c: J01... aiVic • . .
OaTs- .-pot dull, nrm r. /. Options dull, firmer.
;' ',' L '\- FINANCIAL. ,;:.■.:,;; '
CHICAGO GRAIN, PROVISIONS
AND NEW YORK STOCKS.
WHEELOCK & CO.,
* 4 Leidesdorff St, Tel. Main 1954.
..-■■l V* CENTRA 1- OFFICE . ' ■ ■,
623 Market SU, Palace Hotel. . Pur ly A Atkinson,
, Managers. • Tel. Main 5144. • ■ -'■
r Uptown Office— Baldwin Hotel (adjoining Grill ■
Room). Tel. Main 10 91. ;•
•SpuRDY. ATKINSON & CLAPP, Managers.
. ■■ |ers instantly executed on ■ latest market quo
I laliona. I Reference Ist Rational Bank. .-. F. ■
Lt'A.<*o. PlUVAiii Witt*. HiiW YU&&
May, 21%?; July, 22c Spot prices— No. 2. 22c;
No. 2, white. 24c; No. 2, Chicago, 23c; No. 3, 21c.
visions.
LARD-Quiet, easier. Western ' steam. S4 ' 37;
city. $4 15; May, $4 55; refined, quiet; continent,
Si 70.
POKK-Dull, easier. Mass. S3 50«»9.
BUT'l'Kn- Choice, firm: lair demand. Western
creamery,, [email protected]; do factory, [email protected]'Jy 3 c;
19c. ■ -■ • ■ - ■ ■ -.- '..■■■-..'
CHEESE— FairIy active, steady. Part skims,
5 !8,"."i ._,«.-: fill* skims. [email protected]
Et>(jfO— Fairly active. Western frech. 10y2C.
TALLOW— Firmer. City,. 3»/»c; country, »*[email protected]
SJ^c.
COTTONSEED OlL— Barely steady. Crude,
£oo>2o^jc; yellow prime, 23^c. ■
RlCE— Firm. Domestic, fair to extra. 6c; Japan,
iVs^iVaC •' . =.."
MuLAsjSES— Steady, uncharged.
COFFEE— Quiet, 5 10 10 points down. March,
$8 50; May, *8 [email protected] 50; June. 88 50; July,
$8 55. Spot Rio, dull, weak. No. 7, Be.
SUGAR— lull. CfT A, 5 3 [email protected]; mold A,
434 c; standnrd A,4i/ c: crushed. sy ; powdered,
4^'tc; granulated, 4y s c; cubes, 4»/ic.
1 ruit'aml Produce.
. / PRICOTS— Baes. [email protected]
J F ACHES— Uupceled. bags, 5y I @By a c; do
peeled, boxes 10(6»15l\
1-KU^Ks- Four sizes. S^iC4*c.
RAiBINB— Two crown L. M., 4 Vic: three
crowns, 4 :; 4(<£s Vic: four crowns, [email protected]; London
layerv *1 . o&'- 40.
ALMONDs — boft shell. 7y 3 08V2C: paper shell,
12 c.
WALNUTS— Hard. 7c: soft shell, 9c.
HOPS— steady. Pacific Coast, 3ffliaV4c
WOOL— Firm. Domestic fleece, 13®23c.
Merchandise.
rJGIRON-Qulet, steady. American, Sl3 25(9
12 50.
toPPFR— DuII. Lake. Sll [email protected]
LEAD— Firm. Domestic. S3 45. -\ > ;.-:
Ul>>— Dull, steady, ttraits, Sin [email protected] 30.
CHICAGO MARKETS.
CHICAGO. ' 111.. March 17. — There was an
advance of %@%c in wheat at the opening to
day, the strength which prevailed from news of
t be probability of war between Turkey and
Greece. English consols were 1.4 point lower and
.Liverpool cables higher for wheat. Pr ces eased
off on selling against calls. Receipts here were
ci - lit cars and the Northwest had- 231. Closing
continental cables were lower. Toward the close
a firmness a; am developed. May wheat opened
from c, sold between 74V / [email protected] ! «4c, c os
ing at 74i/gc, Vs c higher than sterday. Esti
mated receipts lor to-morrow 100 cars. . No. 2 red,
spot, wheat ranged from B S-"- 4 c to 89V^c, closing
about @88i/8C
CORN— Quickly respond ea to the war scare,
opening higher and successfully retaining the ac
cretion. " Liverpool cables were firm and Vid
higher. 'May corn opened at 24 1 /^c, advanced to
and closed hi 24S / 8 c h:gher tu»n yesterday.
Estimated receipts for to-morrow 215 cars.
OATS— 1 es.erdav's decline in oats was re
covered a: the opening to-day, the same forces
which were at work in wheat and corn applying to
this market. May oats closed %@Va c higuer.
estimated receipts for to-morrow iTj. cars
FLAX- Steady. Cash No. 1, 78VaC, nominal:
Northwestern, 88V^c; May, 78Vifa)78%c Re
ceipts 9 cars. • ■-■-.-
PROVISIONS— Heavy selling by professionals
and commission houses gave provisions a setback
to-day. • Early the feeling was firm on an advance
in live bo* prices, but :he larice offerings later
caused a decline. May ]>ork closed 20c . lower.
May laid 7^2" lower and May ribs 12V&C lower.
bL'TTEK— butter market was active and
firm to-day. Prices were unchanged.
Creameries— Extras. 18c: firsts. It'@l7c; sec
onds, 14(8(1 5c: Imitations, fancy, [email protected] Dairies
— Extras. 16c: firsts, [email protected]; seconds. 9©loc.
Ladles-Extras. ll«12c; firsts. by (js«Vi»c; parkin*
ktock. be; grease. 3c; roll Duller. 10c.
EGGS- Weaker. Fresh stock. «[email protected] per
dozen.'
MONEY — Was [email protected]% on call and 6* on
time loans. New Tor* exchange sold at 4uc dis
count. '
Closing Prices.
•WHEAT— March. 73y May, 74y 8 c: July, 73c
CORN— March. 233 4 C; May, 24%': July, 26%&
OATS— March. 16y 2 o; July, 18y B (aißy4C. '
. PORK— iiay, $8 72y 3 : July. *8 8-V
LARD— May. S4 25; Juy. $4 3:y 3 .
iiltoa— May, »4 70; July, $4 72V».
Livestock.
UNION STOCKYARDS, 111., March 17.—Re
ceipts of cattle to-day. were fair. The demand was
good and trices firm. Hogs were in light supply
and goo 1 demand. Prices were 60 higher. Sheep
and lambs were strong .'
CATTLE— Receipts. 12,000. Fancy beeves, $5 60
©5 65; choice to prime s:eers, $5 0596 40; gi.od to
choice steeri, $4 604* 65; medium steers. $4 [email protected]
4 65; fair beef steer* $4 [email protected] 38j common beef
steers. S3 [email protected] 00: good to prime slockers ana
ffedeM. $3 [email protected] 25: bulls, choice to extra,
S3 [email protected] 75; do poor to choice. S- [email protected] 40; cows
and hellers, choice to prime, S3 [email protected] 1&; cows, fair
10 choice, *2 [email protected] 7&; do common to fair canners,
SI 9U®- 70; calves, good to fancy, f 5 50©6 00;
do common to gooa, $ < [email protected] 40: Texas ted steers,
fair to choice, S3 [email protected] 26: Texas cows, bulls and
oxen, S'J !)[email protected] 25; milkers and springers, per
head, [email protected]
HOGS -Receipts, 26.000. Heavy packing and
shipping lots, S3 80&4 15: common to choice
mixed. S3 9J(Js4 12U>; choice assorted, *4 [email protected]
4 10: pigs. S3 50&4 Ob.
BHEKP— Receipts. 1 9000. Inferior to choice,
(3 6U&4 60; lambs, $4®6 30.
Beoelpti.st Omaha.
(rorTH OMAHA. Nkbb.. March 17.— HOOS —
Receipts, 5400. Market strong, be higher. Light
and mixed, $3 [email protected]; heavy, C« [email protected] 95.
CA'lTLL— Keceip.s. 350 J. Market strong to 10c
htgtier. Steers, »i [email protected] 45; cows, SI &[email protected] 00;
fe.-derj, S3 [email protected] 40.
SHEKP— Receipts, 700. Market . active, firm.
Muaons, S4. . ■
>t\V YORK STOCKS.
Bonds, Exchange, Money and Railroad
Shares.
Money, on call quiet at"iy @lS/i*: last loan
1% and closing at 1%%. 'Prim? mercantile paper.
4i/ 4 %. Ear silver, 6'-'Vs c - Mexican dollars, [email protected]
49y 2 c sterling exchange steady, with actual
business in ■ bankers' bills at 84 85 Vi for sixty
days and $4 87 . for demand. . Posted rates,
$4 Bb'.aftt-i 88. Commercial bills, S4 1*494 65.
Government bonds firm; Mmc bonds quiet; rail
road bonds firm. Silver at the board was weak.
CLO6IXO BTOCKS.
Am Te> A Cable... 88 iNorth American... * l A
Atchlson ........... 11*4! Northern Pacific.. l^T's
Preferred 20 V9 erred 37i,i
Adams Express. ..l4B Northwestern...... UOi/4
Alton, Terre Haute 66' | Preferred.... 166
American Express 112 IN V Centra 1. ....... Bi*Vb
American Tobacco 7t>y a NY. Cliicago&at li 14 Vi
Preferred 106 j Ist preferred 1*
Bay btate Gas *» 5 /sj 2d preferred. M 43/ g
Baltimore <t Ohio.. 15V2J-N V & X H........173
Brunswlcic Lands. 's ; N "V & New Eng... '87
Buffalo, Roch &P. l*> s /4 NY. Kusq <fc W.... 8%
Canada Pacific... 60i /2 Preferred 26V*
Canada Southern.. 6 lfi /(( : 0ntari0............. 10
Canton Land :. 6u vtr utario A Western 14%
Central Pacific B'/R.uregonlruprovnint
cbes Ohio. 1» | Prete-red — •
Chicago Alton 165 Oregon Navigation 11
Preferred 174 Oregon Lino. HVa
Chicago, B & Q.-.V. 77V3 Pacific Mali ..;...; 26V*
Cblcaco & X 111 *5 l'eoria. D<& Kvans 1
Preferred 95. pittsburg <fc W pfd. 16
Chicago Gas.. . . ' 8 % Puilman Palace.... 160
Clev»»<t PlttsDnrg. 1«5 Quicksilver ........ 3
Consolidation CoaL 34 Preferred... 10
Consolidatea Gas.. 158V 2 Reading 24V<i
StLouu... 3»V4 RloGrendeAWestn 12
Preferred... 77 j Preferred......... 38Vi
Colo Fuel & Irca.. 21 Rock 151and»......;68 l /s
Preferred... ... 90 !RomeWat<SO«rden.H7 I /a
Cotton Oil Cert.... 12 Hi L 4 « W 3%
Commercial Cable. 160 Preferred i ov »
Dei Hud50n.... .... 109 ViHt Pau1..... ........ 77%
Del Lack&Westrn. Preferred......... '37
Denver & R G...... 10 st Paul <fc Dulutb... la
Preferred 40% Preferred ........ 90
Distillers. St Paul & Omab,a>. *>4Vii
General Electric... «■» Preferred... .;.... 140 -•
trie 14ygSt PM&M....-....117,
' Preferred 34 Silver Certificates. 62V4
fort Wayne 181 | southern Pacific... 14V»
Great Northern dM 10 Southern Ri\ ..'.„.' 9 ■
Ureen 8ay..... Preferred......... 28V4
Hariem.............21.8 Sugar Refinery 113%
Hocking C0a1....... 4V* Preferrea.........lO3Va
Hocking Valley... 4 Term Coal & Iron.. 27%.
Homestake .35' Preferred 80 ■■>.
H & Texas Central 1 Texas Pacific ..... BV a
Illinois Central.... 86V4iTol A a & N Mich.
lowa Centra L...... 6 /*IToI Ohio & Central. 16
Preferred 24 1 Preferred........ 60
Kansas 4 Texas... 12»/* Tol »i Louis <t X C BM»
Preferred 31%' Preferred I** "*
Kingston 4 Penu.. 3 ! Cnion Pacific *>"'/»
Lake Erie A Westa 16Vs U P Den 4Ga1f.... l*/4
Preferred 68 U 8 Cordage. •—
Lake Shore 189V2 Preferred.........
-National Lead Sii'.j '• Guaranteed .....; — \
Preferred.... »1V» CH Express 88
Long 151 and..:..... 44 V b Leather. 7%
Louisville A Nash. 49 ' Preferred......... 6UV4
■ulsviiie, AiDny. Vt U B Robber 3*5*4
' Preferred U/4 Preferred 6614
Manhattan C0n.... 85V 2 Utlca<k R River.. .lso
Memphis A Charts 16 Wab SL A Pacific. 5%
Mexican Central... ■■ » | Preferred 15 ■--
Michigan Central.. 96 Wells-Fartca. ...... 100
Allnn4BJL, — ■■ j Western Union.... «6Vfe
Preferred......;..- — Wisconsin CentraL IV2
Sllnn<fe st L com.. 19 Wheeling 4 L £... lVa
Ist preferred 78 r Preferred ..'...' *•
Sdnreferred.. 48 Am Cotton Oil pfd. ; stt
Missouri Pacltto... I«WW U 8eef...:...... .
Wobtle A 0hi0..... 20 Ann Arb0r.....:..." 8V 2
Nashville 4 enact. «7Va Preferred. ........ . 25%
National Linseed.. 12 ; Brooklyn Traction. 20Va
NJ- Central 8 Erie 2d pfd. .:- 19 -
Norfolk 4 Weura.' 13 , | American Spirit*. - 13
*Te1errea......... 26Vi| Preferred .- 33V4
■ UiNvi IOSDI . . .-.--. ; „
Ala cinns a 4* . . . . ll»4 i/ a Northern l'ae lsti.J
Do Clasii 84. 65.104>/ 3 Do 2<J-. 6.->
Alabama, class C. 99 . D05d5... .......;.««*%
Atrhison 45........ , b23/ 8 Do consol 6»...... 1
• Do yds A......... 47V« Or Impruvmni lsi 87 ,
Canarta Konih 2i15.10& | Do 6s ........ 13%
C*n I'ac liti of'9s — - .0R &. N 15ta..;....113y 8
ClieroKee4s. 189t$. -^— .-'• Do consul 6* — — ■ .
Do 1897. .....;... 100 ;0i Bbort Line Us. ..llti k
J)01«9X..........100 , 1/ocoiisol .Ss 75Vi
U01899... 100 ]'iicirlc6so< : 87;...— .
flies £ Ohio 65. ... 110% Phlla& Reading 4s Bi%
Cb&Nl'Tr Rets 6s 4 % Do Ist i>fd lucom. =45 r
1) c 8-665. 1091/4 « OfaudeWestlsw 72
Den cfc U 015t..... 112 , st L < fclronMt«ensi '.
Do 4s. 1 .. ..:......-." 888'i'Bl LA tiFUen t>s..lll>i
Erl* 2d5... ..;;..'- 65 1,21^1 Paul C0n5015.... 134
FtW&DenClty Ist! 57x/ 2 PC & Pa lsts...HßVi
olltßA U5...... 104 ,bo Carolina 4y a v.. 105
Do 2.1 75.:....;.;; HO I i bom hern It Ros... 90
GenElecDe6 5<... 9t! Do Pac Cat lsts..lO7Vi
11 A Tex Cent 55... 110 l>nn new 3i,;r.:..' 7»
- 'in. ........ 101 " Texaj Pac 15t5..... : tseys
lowa Central Istj.. »3 lexa* Pac 204....." ViVa
TIIE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1897.
Kansas Pa Consols 74: Union ' Pac lsts 96.10iy a
K» Pa lsts Den Divl 17 UH 4s regof 1925. 123 Va
La Con sol 45........ -07 • Do 4s, coupon 123 Vfe
Missouri funding...-— U8 4s reg of 1907. 11l
MXI 2ds~.. : 6i* .Co4a, coupon — 113y 3
Do4s ....'...... 84V% D 025 .......:..... »5Vi
Mobile ft Ohio 45.. 6ny a Do6s. rec 114
.Mutual Union 65.. 110 Do 6s. c0up0n.. ..114
N J Cent Gen 65.. .114% Va funding deot... 62y 8
N YC<ftStLouls4slos<>/i. Do registered.....—
Nor West Gen 6512.; Do deferred 6e... 6
N Carolina con 4s. 102V 2 Do trust rcpt. s:jnl 6
Do .....12* Wabaahlstoa
North westContols. 141 11 4 West (Utont *«..,.. IU7
Uoiim bit 111% nh'.:-V >, -
FOREIGN MARKETS.
WHEAT IS LIVERPOOL.
LIVERPOOL, Ens., Ji arch 17.— spot mar
ket is steady at 6s 3V>[email protected] Sd. Cargoes are steady
at 30s 3d, arrived.
, FUTURES.
i The Produce Exchange cable elves the following
, Liverpool quotations for No. 2 Red Winter: March.
6s iy d; May, 6s 23^: July, 6s 3d; September.
6s 4 d. ■ .••-"■•:;-,.: :":'-:, ::-i'-~'i
BECURITIOL
LONDON, Ens., March 17.— Consols, 112; all
ver, 28 B-16d; French Rentes, 102f 17 Vic.
EXCHANGE AND 8V1.1.10N.
Sterling Exchange, 60 day 5......... — S4 86V4
Si erilnit Exchange, sight — ' 488 .
Sterling Cables „ — 489
New York Exchange, 5ight......... — 16 -
New York Exchange, telegraphic. — 1 7y 3
Fine silver, per ounce .: .'..'... — ■ 62yg
Mexican Dollars «By« 60
PRODtJOE MARKET.
WHEAT AN'U OTHER GRAINS.
WHEAT FREIGHTS— Are dull at rates last
quoted. The chartered .\V heat fleet In port, has a
registered tonnage of 10,786, against 26, 284 tons
on the tarn a date last year: disengaged, 89,000
tons, against 89. 460: on the way to this port. 234/
782 ions, against 208.117.
WHK AT— Continues very slack, both on ana off
call. Quoted at SI [email protected] i»2% * ell for common
grade*. $1 [email protected] 36 Vi $ cil lor average No. 1,
91 37% '»». ctl for choice and $1 [email protected] 47y %> cU
extra cuoice milling. -
■ CALL, BOARD BALKS. ; V.
Informal Session— 9:l6 o'clock;— December—
10,000 ctls, $1 17y*.
bKCONii •■•KH.sioN — December— 2ooo, ctls, $1 17;
2000, SI 17 V*. May - 2000, SI 6t>s /a ; 0000,
$1 35%.
Regular jmokstin-o Skssion— December— 2ooo
ctts, *1 17%: 14,000, $1 17V*- May — 2000,
91 35? /8 : -'000. $1 36%.
Aktkbxoon Skssion— May— 2ooo ctls. SI 35%.
BARLEY- Brignt Feed Is firm enough, but ml
other descriptions are dull, iced, 72%<577%c $
cU; Brewing, [email protected];iC.
CALL BOARD BALES.
formal Skssiox— 9:ls o'clock— No sales.
Kkcoxd session— > o sales. ■"*■-.-
k<;i i.ak Mobnins mcssiojt— No sales.
AKTKBNOON SKSBIUN— ay— 2ooo CtlS, 73% C.
OATs— The market, is very quiet. Milling, $1 26
@1 30 * ctl: Fancy Feed, SI 32%@1 85: Com
mon White, *[email protected] 10; good to choice, SI 15»
1 80, according 10 quality: Black lor feed, [email protected]
$1 06: for seed, SI 2001 30: Gray, SI [email protected] U5;
lied, $1 10© 1 20: surprise, SI 4G(sl 60 ** cU.
Clipped O»u sell [email protected] ton over the raw product.
CORN— Prices show no variation whatever and
trade is dull. Lar«e Yellow, [email protected]; Small Hound
do, »s(tf»7%c: While, [email protected] a C %i ctl.
KYE-80f8,85cf»ctl. . . . •
BUCKWHEAT— Quoted at Si 1501 25 V ctL
FLOUR AND MILL STUFFS.
FLOUR— Net cash prices are: "Family, extras
94 [email protected] 95: Bakers' extras, 94 76®4 85; Super
line [email protected]%»bb1. . ' •" '
CORNMEaL. ETC. -Feed Corn, 817 ol)@18;
Cracked Corn, $lb®l9 '$ ton. .■■-.;■'
MILL. -a I ■ — Pi ices In tacks are as follows,
usual discount to th« trade: Graham Flour. S2 85
>■ 100> lbs; Bye Flour, S2 50 %i 100: Klce Flour,
S 5 76; Cornmeal, 9-(3'- 25; extra cream do, $2 75;
oatmeal, S3 50; Oat i. routs. Si: Hominy, S3 10
(oi3 »0: Buckwheat Flour. S3 [email protected] 60; Clacked
Wheat. S3 50; Farina. $4; Whole Wheat Flour,
S3; Rolled Oats (bbls). 94 [email protected] 15: Pearl Barley,
*3 76®4: split Peas, S3 60; Ureen do, «4 25 *
100 lbs. ■
HAT ANLt FKKDSTUFFS.
All descriptions remain as before.
BKAN-Sl2 [email protected] for ilia best and Sll [email protected]
$ ton for outside brands.
[email protected] for lower grades and
Sl9 50(g,-0 50 »> ton lor the best.
FEfcDsTUi-FS — Kolled Barley, [email protected] 50;
Oiicake Meal a: the mill, 926 60 %t ton; jobbing,
$27 50. -
HAY -Wheat, [email protected]: Wheat and Oat, S7®
10: Oat, [email protected]: Baney. $7648 60: River Barley
[email protected] 50; Alfalfa. [email protected] 50: compressed, [email protected]
V 50; stock, $5-0.6; i lover, *6ffiß 'ft ton.
bTRAW— 2SftSOc r bale.
BEANS AND SEEDS.
There is no business worth talcing About.
' BEANS— Kayos SI 80&1 70 ctl: Smail
Whites. [email protected] 20 ft ctl; Large Whites. $l:«i 20
%t ct : Pln»s. [email protected] 20 9 ctl; Beds, SI 15*1 30:
Blackeye, SI 60®l 69; Ked Kidney, 9-' 36: Limaa,
SI BU<s2; Butters, SI 25<S>1 60; Pea, [email protected] 20.
B£EJ>S— Brown Mustard, 92 60&2 75: Ye. low
Mustard, SI 75 (52 y ell: Flax, SI 60<ai 1>0: Ca
nary -red, 13/[email protected] * It.; Alfalfa, 6Vi,c; Kap«,
2%«25/ic; Hemp, ilc; Timothy, 4y 3 a
DRIED PKAb— Nlles. $Isl 2U t> ctl; Green,
$1 [email protected] 50 9 Ctl. .'. .
POTATOES, OMONS, VEGETABLES.
Onions are firmly held. Potatoes continue un
changed. Asparagus Is lower again.
Receipts were 156 boxes Asparagus and 324 bxs
Rhubarb mid 82 sks Peas.
< POTATOES— New Potatoes. 2%@3V4c; Sweet
•Potatoes, [email protected]$l 75 '* cil: Early Rose. [email protected]
9 ctl: River Keds, 70(S80c; Burbanlc Seedlings.
60070 c?t cU for Rivera, ttOcf&Sl 10 for Salinas and
Gs©BUc lor Petalumas; Oregon isurbanks, 90c®
SI iO. . ■
ONIONS— [email protected] 75 %i ctl; Oregons, $2
@- -5 : '■ ■•-■■,■ '
- VEGETABLES— Mushrooms quotable, at 100
16c ft; Kgg Plant, "¥• lb: Hothouse Cucum
bers. — — "$. doze- ; Asparagus, 6(g)l(Jc ytb for com
mon and [email protected] for choice: Rhubarb, »1 26®
1 50 ft box; Marrowfat Squash.' s7(a>"» %* ton; Los
Angeles Tomatoes, [email protected] 26 ? box; Dried Pep
pen, [email protected] V &>; Green Peas, [email protected]: Los Angeles
Miring Beans, 10c; Dried Okra. [email protected] $ fit; Cab
bie, 40950 c V ctl; Carrots, .5(&30c * sk; Garlic,
iy a @2c ft m. --• -■ - ■'■-•■■■ -
BUTTEi:, CHEESE AMD EGGS.
BUTTER— The market continues to shade off
and is very weak with large stocks. ' -
i rkamkrt— Fancy - creameries, 17c; seconds,
[email protected]*tt>. ,■■■-. . , ■...-.
- Dairy— Fancy, 14c ip.lb; gooa to choice, 13<&
13V c; lower grades. [email protected] c.
Pick led- 13c ft tb for old and 15c 'ft lb for new.
Firkin— l2lc % tb for old and 15c V &> for new.
Creamery Tub— New, 17c 3 lb.
CHEESE— Supplies are too heavy. Choice mild
new is quo able at "c 14 lb: common to good, [email protected]
6VaC: Cream Cheddar, [email protected]; Young America,
b©»c: Western, lie; Kastern. [email protected]
KUGS-.Pnces remain as before, with ample
stocKs and a quiet market. Ranch I'-KK-i, lH,jis
l'.'V2c; store Kiggs, lOV»@Hc fA doz; Duck Eggs,
16c V dozen. .
POULTRY AND GAME.
POULTRY— Another car of Eastern sold at 15c
for Turkeys, SB for Ducks, $2 . for Geese, $5 for
Hens, [email protected] for young Roosters, S3 [email protected] tor old
Roosters and S6 for Fryers. .
Local stock, is steady, with an 'advance In Ducks
and Broilers. ■ •
Live Turkeys. [email protected] «1 tb for Gobblers, 14®lflc
* tb ior Hens: Dressed Turkeys, [email protected] $* lb;
Geese, > pair. $1 76642; Goslings. $2 [email protected];
Ducks. (606 60 for old and $7 [email protected] 60 for young;
Hens. $3ft£4 50 ft dozen:, Rooster*, you us. [email protected];
do. old, [email protected] 60; Fryers, *6»t6 60: Broilers, $5®
>i for large and $4(&4 60 for small ; . Pigeons,
$2 &[email protected] & doz for young and Si [email protected] 76 for old.
GAME— 76c: Rabbits, *1 5u for Cotton
tails and [email protected] 25 for *mali. . ;.
DECIDUOUS AAD CITRUS FRUITS.
All sorts are quiet and steady, at unchanged
prices. . .I"." .
DECIDUOUS FRUITS—
Apples. -SI [email protected] ¥ box for choice, $2 60 for i
fancy »nd $I®l 50 for common. :■ .■: ■, ■
CITRUS FKUITS— NaveI Oranges are quotable
at $2 [email protected] 25 ; V box; Seedlings 75c05l 25 ft
box: Mediterranean Sweets, 1 SI 25 %* box;
Lemons, 5 «c<a>sl for common and si 25^2 I for
good to choice: .Mexican Limes, $4 ft box; Califor
nia Limes. [email protected]; Bananas, Sli^2 ft bunch:
Pineapples, $-(£s4 it doz.
DRIED FRUITS, KAISINS, NUTS, ETC.
Prospects for a tariff on . several important de
scriptions have not affected the market as yet.
Trade is still dull.
r DRIKD * Fit U ITS— Quotations are nominally as
follows: Peaches, [email protected] 3 c: fancy, [email protected]/(j : peeled,
10(g>12y 2 c Apricots, 6y 2 (ajßy a c; Moorparkt, [email protected]
lie: evaporated App es, 6*/^c;' sun-dried, 2%@3c;
Prunes. 2y 2 (<fi'23 /^c for the 4 sizes: Figs, black, out:
white Figs 2i/ 2 (<x4c; Piums. [email protected] for pitted and
[email protected] for unpitted: Nectarines, 4(m<ic fi &> for prime
to fancy: Pears. 24*@4c for whole, 2^@sc lor
quarters and [email protected] for halve*. .
- RAISIN-*— ■■ .: \;-.^ •-;:: ■;-:■•;■':"•...:.
- Carload Prices — Four-crown,'; loose. A c:
three-crown, : 4S/ c 'H lb; two-crown, ; 3s/ c * lb;
seedless Sultanas, 6yj>c; seedless Muscatels, 4*/gc;
three-crown London layers. SI 15: clusters, SI 50:
Debesa clusters. $2 60: Imperial clusters, S3;
dried Grape*. 3c 9 ft."-.
• Jobbixo Pricks— San Francisco— Fonr-crown,
loose, 6*/* c: 3-crown, 434 c: - 2-crown. 3-i/ic; seed
less Sultanas, • 6%c; seedless : Musca.ela, 4V%c;
X crown London layers, SI 25; clusters, ;SI 61) ;
Dehena clusters, $2 75: 1 Imperial clusters, $3 26.
NUTS— Chestnuts quotable at [email protected]< ; Walnuts
cy a @7c V ft. for standard and \)<tii'J\, 2 <; it ft for
scifish»ll: Almonds, t(g.tii'~c for ; Lang^edoc, [email protected]
i(y 2 « for hardshfll nnd 8(»9o » ft ; lor papersnell;
Peanuts, [email protected] ft for Kastern and 4o lor Call
lornla: UlcKory Nuts [email protected] * ft: Pecans. TM
8< i»lh: liberty 7y 2 @Bc: Brazil Nuts, 7^aßc;
Cocoanuts, [email protected] 50 V '00. ■ . r
HO.NKY— Comb, [email protected]<5 for bright and [email protected]
for lower grade*: . water-white extracted, 6®sy c:
light amber extracted, 4i...a4»/j.c; dark amber, 4<a
4J,i.C: aaric. !«@3c "fl tb. ■ i , - . -•;.'■, «•
BEESWAX— 22®2Sc%» ft.. : ;
. PROVISION'S. ;
Bacon, Lard and Cottolene ru!e firm. No change
In Hams. ;'...-. ; . ■■.■■■-■- v „' , .'-■
' CCRED MEATS— Bacon. 7c ft for l)°avy, 7^o
9 ft for light medium, 10c for light, lOVfcc It lb for
extra light . and • 12c : «, lb for suitar-cured. ■■'• East
ern sugar-cured : Hams, ' [email protected]*ic: California
Hams. [email protected] a c; Mess 'i Beef, S7®7 60; extra
mess do, $B<Bpß 50; family do, 89 [email protected]; extra
prime Pork, $7 50«8; extra clear. «16 » bbl;
mess, 814 » bbl: Hmoked Beef, 10c * lb. ' .; >;
LARD— Eastern tierces are quoted at 6%c for
compound ana «%<a7o ft lb for pure: palls, J%c:
California tierces. SiA^S^ic for compound _ and
6%c for pure: half-bbls, 7 Vic; 10- tlna,:7%c;'
do. 5-lb, 8c ft 0). .-.'-.-.' ' ■
. COTTOLj:NK-6c in tierces and 7%@8%c In
10- lb tins. . , ... ,
UIUKS. TALLOW, WOOL AND HOPS
HIDES AND SKINS— Are firm at the advance,
though ' business is slow.*; Calls and brands ' sell
lc under sound stoc<. Heavy salted Bteers quot
able at 8c * tb; medium, 7c » lb:llBhu 7c; Cow
hides, 7c; stags. sc; salted Kip, 7c $* 2): salted
Calf,: 8c; salted Veal, 7c; dry; Hides, 12%®
13c: culls and brands. 9V>@loc » lb; dry Kip and
Veal, [email protected]; dry Calf. 16c- culls, 10c: Goatskins,
[email protected]«acb: Kids, sc: Deerskins, good summer,
25c it lb; medium, 20c; winter, 10c: Sheepskins,
shearlings, 10($2Oo . each; - short woo!, [email protected]
each: medium, [email protected]; long wools, 40060 c
each/ • ■>• -■ •■•.-•, -r-.-«- .;;-,' ...,-:■ ■ ■ .■ ■. :■■-;
TaLLOW-Xo. 1, rendered, 3(33 V»c » lb: No. 2,
2%c: refined. sc: Grease, 2c V ft..
WOOL— .No prices for the Spring clip have yet
been established. Trade Is dull. San Joaquin, [email protected]
6c: Eastern Oregon. [email protected] » lb. V
HOPS— continue very quiet at 6(sßc for fair to
choice and [email protected] It lb for tat.cy. ;>■: '
GtNKKAL MERCHANDISE.
BAGS— market is very firm. Calcutta
Grain Bags, spot, s©sVic: June-July delivery, 6®
6V4c; Ban Quentln, 35 40; Woolßags, [email protected]
COAL— Wellington, $8 $ ton; New Wellington.
SB per ton: South Held Wellington. $7 60 1? ton:
Seattle, 35 60: Bryant, $5 60; Coos Bay. $* 75
. * ion; Wallsend, $6 50 * ton; Cumberland,
$13 50 ft ton In bulk aDd 916 in sacks; Penn
sylvania, Anthracite Egg, [email protected]¥ ton; Welsh
Anthracite, $»<jplO: Cannel, 98 V ton; Rock
Bprlngß," Castle Gate and Pleasant Valley, 97 60;
Coke, [email protected] in bulk and Sl3 * ton In sks.
SUGAR— Western sugar Refining Company
has 'advanced Its prices aud now quotes us )o
lows, terms net cash: cube sn.i Crushed, 6c 9 lb;
Powdered, 5%c; Fine Crushed. 8c: Dry Granu
lated, 4 %c:' Confectioner*' A, 4%c: Magnolia a,
4%c; 1 xtraC, 8 c; Golden C, 4V4c; half barrels
Vie more than barrels aud boxes V3 U more.
SAN FRANCISCO MEAT BIABKKT.
Mutton and Lamb are weak. Beef Is steady and
Pork is firm, with an advancing tendency. ;
. Wholesale rates for dressed stock trom slaugh
terers are as follows:
BKKF— First quality, 6c; second. [email protected]%c; third
do, [email protected]% CT Mb. , '. -
VEAL— Large, 6®6c; small, [email protected] » la.
MUTTON-Wethers, 6c: Ewes, 6y 'l* lb.
LAMB— spring, 7®Bc » lb. •'::'■/
PORK— Live bogs, [email protected] 8 c Vlb for large and 4Vi
<$43/gC tor small aud medium: dressed do, [email protected]
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCJS.
JfOR 24 HOURS.
Floor, <jr sks..:; 3.3*4! Kesi, d0i.... . 10,890
Wheat, ctls. 1, 550 i Bides, no .„. *75
Barley. cUs... . 3,7501 Pelts, bdls „ 151
Beans, sks ...... 825! Wine, ga15.... » 45,300
Potatoes, sks.... 2,046 Wool, bis ' 3 OS*
Onions, sits...^_ 130 Leather, r0115.... . 36
Hay, t0aa....._ 3701 Tallow. ctl*. - 67
bran, 5k5........ 6P5 Quicksilver, flsks 3
Middlings, bus... 3701 Lime. bbls. ... - 282
chs...._ v7O Alfalfa Seed, sis SSJ
Cheese, cas....^ 233 1
• — * — ♦
THE STOCK MAEKET.
Most stocks were rather steadier yesterday, but
business was light.
The Homestake ■ Mining Company of South
Dakota has declared a monthly dividend of 25
cents p<>r share, payab March 26.
The Vie or Gold fining Company of Co orado
paid a dividend of 10 cents per stmre on Marcn 16,
making a total of 9705,000 paid to date.
amenta rending.
.r*ollowln« Is a list of aiutessmenM now n»n''iir •
N'j. Ami.
' Sale Day.
>r Jung ....1
1
& Belcher
id.
r
dental !
Imperial I
luck
la Con .;...;.;-..
■a Nevada........
her...: .....:
1ean... ...... ....-|
CaL"<s"v'a! .'.".'.'."
•-•■:.
1
11
•jßi.Keb .Mch 2«
OB.Feb '21 Latch l-
at .Feb .Mch 23
10 .Mch 1 ..Mch 19
2&l.Mch k .Mch 30
10 .Mch 13. Apr (5
01 .Mch ID Apr 13
06. Mch If. 14
06 Apr 2. Apr v 7
20. Apr 2:.Apr 2ts
as. Apr .2 Apr 27
20. Apr ».Apr SS
.Apr 4i. Apr 29
25. Apr S.May 3
20. Apr 10. May 6
30i. Apr 12 .May, 7
si.
idence
BOAKD ' SALES.
Follow lit; were Ibe tales In the San Francisco* '
Hock Board yesterday: l . :
RIGUIAB HOBKIN'fI BHUrON", rfiMMllxrlV^ B:SO.
800 Alt* 04 100 CC4V...1.25;V!01) S 5ev....27
200 Andes'. ... 162100 Cou 1m..01 00 ............26
200 CA0ir.. .1.00 600phir......9uj
." . ■ - itTKRSnON SESSION'— '2:3O.
100 Choir. ..1 051100 HAN H7|loo Savage.... 3l
10J U4U....32J100 P0t051....3»l ■,-.■-;
• Following were tbe *»"" 111 the Padflo Stock
Board yesterday:
BKGtTT.AK fTf^iO'S— lo:3ll .
300 AlPlm 500 C N V..-.01 200 0cc!dt1....16
300 A1U......-04^UU irwuPt..2l'c>ooOvrmn....o9
1>60AndM..~..19 3UD U4C 82 -20J(J Pouisi ...36
200 Belcher. 200 H«5^.....84 1400 ..3d
300 UA8......70 200 .. 85 400 rtaTate....H-J
100 l-.uliu>n....i ! 100 ...... .....8« SOO bcorploa..O-'
200 Caled IS 1800 .....90 70U 58& M....03
250 Ch11nge,. .37 400 Julia 05-0' » Nfv 27
400 Chollar.LOC { 300 Justice.:. o4 lUOO 811 HU1..01
3UO .......1.02'/ 2 1800 L Wash. ol 10) iMiird 1.67y«
2400 I.oi> 300 Ny Qn...07 20J Union... 29
400 CCV.. 1.27 V- 250 Mexican. 2H 200 30
800 .........l.ao|2oJ opnir. 90 M) 0 Utah W
15J conn 78.-JOO ........ ...92 30J 'i j0*......00
linp...Ul| 1 , I ;
AFTKBNnOS BK9SIOV— 2:3O.
400 Alpha U6.200 'Tn'lTiT 37 100 0c01dt1....16
100 A1M. ......04 150 CC*V 1.27 Vi -!5U Ophtr 91
30J Ande5.... .19 50 conli. 7b iUO Potosl 36
23 ) Belcner...la IjOO C imp ..01 :oi i-Mme....31
20U lit B 70 200 O<tU 311 OJBNev. 27
100 £n1U0u....1) 160 H&N......b7 ju Stdrdl.&7Va
300 Caleda.... l: 400 Mexican. .2!- 20J Uni0n.... .28
IOJ Choir... 1.05 200 Ny Qn.....0b ib<i V J«»,i....28
200 I.o2i^| - , .
STOCK. AND BOND .EXCHANGE.
WEDNESDAY. March 17 -2 P. U.
CNITKD STATES BONUS.
Jim. A »*ea. •" " : Bid. Jitkmt.
tr 84s conn. ll2l/2 — C 6 4«reg...lU' UOVi
Do new issue iv::u.<, ° —
i!isiki,i.»si:nrs bonds.
Cal-stCbl«&s. 112 — Oak Urns 65.. — 104
CalElecL 6s 129. 1.4 — ho 2d Is 65... )07 110
CntraUW6s 96 88 OmniDtis Us.. 122% — '
DpDi-stex-cp — 100' PSUBtOj. — 113
KdsnL&Pßsl29y a IBOV4P<&ChRy tfs. — 103
F«CURRtSsIOS 107 Pwl-st RR6ill3 118
Gearv-st Klsl 0 aoj heno.WL4L — lvi
H C<t» 6 10 — Cacto I 1 A 0. -.-- 100
Los An* L 6* 921A100 sF«fcNPRSi.. 1"1 101
Do meed 6s - iUO sPßßArlrfli 92 P3Vi,
Mjtt-stCble6sl22» / sPRRCaIdt. — liOVi
DoßyCon as. 1044 8 104% s>PKß«.alss. — 100
NetVlnßs Ist — iOO sPBrRCaIOs. 98V 8 98%
NevCNgß7s.lO4Va — SVWaterttj.ll7l/4118
N RyCal Us. 101 - s,VWater4s. 100", -— V
KHyUIM, - . 95 stktnU4Kiti 89y a looV<i
■WATKK BTOCKV
Contra Costa 37 40 |*prug Valley 9b3^ :19
MarlnCu.... 48% 613 A {
•AS AMI r.l.K< TRir 1 TOOKV .
Capital .....— 3U Pacific lilcht 60V4 51
Central 98V a - F O4Elec. 97 97*/ 8
MKlec Light 9 t»V» Francsco 2 . 21/4
Oak L & - 64% alOCKtou.. ... - " *U
Pa« uas Imp 92% 93% ; ; , i %
■ IMiUß*Si'« STOCK*.
> sFdlB2V 3 200 |......
™«»'.- '»i KANK BTO-K*
An«lo-Cal.... 60 — First Natlonl 181 187%
Bank Of Cal.. - 342% LondonP4A.]2 6V4 —
CalsD4Tcoluß 109 JMerchKx.... 1- -
*A- IXui BANK STOCICt. .
GerK4LCo..l3l6 1350 ISav&Loan.. ins
BnmbS4L.liUJ - Security.. .-. 250 300 •
Mutua1....... 38 — Uaiou Trust. B&5 —
WBav Union 400 .470.
BTKKKT BAII.BOAD STOCKS. ,
California... .lo7 — |Oaks*LJtH»/ — ltfO
Gearj-5t....» 3oy. 60 : Presidio .... 6% —
Uai-keirat.... *4 / ". ,414! ....._
«-UWK.,.« f.TOCKt.
Atlantic irt 17 . lOlantCoa.... 84 34%
California.... 9 T 125 Vlgoriu. — »0c
Eastern D.._ 78 82%1 < ;
Vlmi-».i,i, a v <nn\ ' rro'liCi.
Alaska Pkrs. 102%108 V* Nat Vln Co.. - ' 7%
UerLeadCo. mi . iv.. ; oceanlcSSUo — 24%
HawO&SCa. 17 17Vs Pac Aux FA— 4
HutchsPLo 27% :7%|PacßoraxCa — , 81 -
MerExAssn.. ■—/■. Ho |P»rfP«antUo -'; I
' ' IIUKMNU BEBBIOX.
■' ' Board— ■ - , •■::-.. ■ • ■ > ■ ■- ■■■' ! •- ■
* 60 Ulant Powder C0n........ ;........... 34 00
880 Hawaiian Commercial. ..; ... 17 26 » .
50 ' do do '.'.'.'...'. .' 17 12%
100 Hntchlnson 3 P Co. .:.:..:.......— «7 26
110 Oakland Gas.. :.'...; .... 64 no B
43 B * Gas A Electric C 0............... 97 12%
10 do do ........................ .97 25
6 SV Water...... .............:.. ...... »8 75 .
'■': Uriel- .'■•■ '. -■ ■-•'.-■. ' ■ . ' ' , ' ■
») 6,000 Market-st Ry Con bx 80nd5.... 104 75
$5000 Omnibus Cable 80nd5.. ..::..%.... 123 00
BALES— AFTKBNOON SESSION. ' :
■■■• Board— ■: .: .. . „ j... ..... . :
10 Alaska Packers' Association .'.'.... .. 108 25
20 do do ... „ -. ....... 103 00
46 Giant Powder C0n... ......v 34 00
15 do ■ do ........................ 34 12%
25 Hawaiian C0mmercia1 :..... .•..;.... 17 12%
100 do *;.' do, ■ 10. ;..%.. ... 17 «o
<!5 .-■■« do , do -- ... • .......... ...'..... 17 00- .
- 3j) H F uas 4 Electric C 0..............: 97 26 .
100 fit' Gaslight, ..-..; 2 12%
♦6 Water... .;......... 88 76
1000 8 V 4% 80nd5....:. ................. 100 87%
. 3 German Savings* L0an. ...... 1340 00
■;■;: 9 BF Uas 4 Electric C 0..... .......... 97 26
6 »V Water... .......... ... .; 98 75
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Charles F. Crocker to William F. McNutt, lot
on N line of Sutwr street, 120:8 X of Van Ness
avenue, X 86 by N 120; $10.
P. and Mary Fimiul (by J. J. McDade, Sheriff)
to A. W. Myer, lot on .NW corner of Church and
Twentieth streets. W 150 by N 114, Sheriff's deed ;
$600. ' , ,-■■ .... .-,•■ „-/;;-■, ,-:,
■■-■ Km Hie and Mary Hoffmann to Henry Hoffmann,
lot on E line o( Valencia street. 117:11 8 of
Twenty-sixth, 825 by X 125: 10. . .> -, .
•'-• Alexander anu Elizabeth Oliver to Triumph
Loan Association, lot on N\V corner of Twenty
third and Hoffman (Kllen) streets, N 26:6 by W
100, lot 167, Hevman Tract; $10. * ; , »
Mary McCarthy to Marie yon Bargen. lot on NW
line of \atoma street, 160 NE of seventn. NE 25
by \V 75; $10. : j , Mr .iN
! Mary A. and Isaac M. Baker to Joseph Peers,
lot on 8E corner of California street and Twenty
first avenue, E 57:6 by S 100; $10 ...-'- .
Solomon and Dora Oetz to Mary F. Triell^r, lot
on \V line of Twentieth avenue, 250 S of California
street, S 25 by \V 120; $10.-"-
Samuel Neumann to Blanche Neumann, lot on
a line of H street, 57:6 W of Eighth avenue, W
25 by 8 100; $5. ; : -
Blanche Neumann to Gustavo Friederich, same;
$ l U.
Jacob and Llna Heyman to Oswald Wlldsbutz,
lot on E line of Forty-eighth avenue, 350 X of X
street, N 25 by X 120: $10. ~ -
• ■ Rufus S. Cross to Harry W. Porter, lot on E line
of Forty-seventh avenue, 260 8 of S street, a 25 by
K120; *10. .
SunnysUle , land Company and California Title
Insurance and Trust Company to John D. More
land, lot 3, biock 43, Munnys.de: $10. -,
Marlon Thrasher to Moses ->. orris, lot on S line
of Grove (Thirtieth) ttreet, 125 W ofl Warren, W
25 by s 125, block 25. Fairmount; $10. •
' Anna Sidrke to John schelDert, lot on N corner
of Theresa street and new county or Telegraph
tMisvon) road, NW 90, NX 25, BE 94:7 V 2. S'V
-26:4>£ to beginning, s> half of lot 128, block 7,
Academy Tract; $10.
Kmelle J. and Frederick Lagrange to Matilda M.
Ader ( Laeranijp), lot on X line Of Hampshire
street, -*i 6 M of Helena, X 25 by E 100, lot 123,
Silver Tertace Homestead: $5. •. = ■
Paul J. Desenfunt to Emily Desenfant, lot on W
line 01 Virginia avenue, 103.14 N of Henrietta
street, W 113.05. N 26, X 104.05, SE 26.06, lot,
221, Heyman subdivision of Cobb Tract: gilt.
Orin H. Gibson to Kdward Wolf, lot bet?. 150 S
from 8K line of Berkshire and Kingston sts., S 26
by E 100. lot 30, block 6, Mission and Thlrtleth-
Btre^t extension Homou ad; $275. - ' '
William Wallace to Thomas Fanning, lot on 8W
corner or Goettinger and Barry streets, B SB:2Va.
N W ;{>6:3y 2 , SW 80:4, N «6, lot 1, block 43, Paul
Tract, Homestead; $10. ' ■
A LAM EDA COUNTY.
James Stewart to H. H. Watson, lot on SW cor
ner of .; eventh and Harrison streets. 8 26 by W
75, being lot 15, blocs 63, Oakland; $10.
Anetie Manuel to Eugene E. Eglejtou, lot on E
line of Filbnrt Street, 200 >> of Thirtieth, S 50 by
X 125, subject 10 life estate to first party, Oak
land; $10. <: . uj,
San Francisco Savings Union to Marie C. Sin
clair, lots 1 and a, map:of Frost's Thirteenth-aye- ;
nue Tract, Kast Oakland; $10.
Jane Newton to H. M. Kern (wife of C. P.), lot
on, » line of Hanover avenue, 214 Wof Newton
.-.venue, W 55, s 137.90, E 156:10. N 120.90 10
beginning, being lots 13 and 14, b.ock E, I'eralta
Heights. East. Oakland; $10. ■
Annie 1. and Lucien W. Shaw to Edward J. M.
Dlntieen, lot on E line of West street, 50 S of
Forty-seventh, 8 50 by X 100, being lot 3 and por
tion of lot 5, block 2112, Alden Tract, at Te mescal,
Oakland Township; $10. . .'■■.:■
Kichard J. Montgomery (executor of estate Of
Margaret P. McCourtney) to A. D. I eroy, lot on S
boundary line of Forty- first street, 190 E ot West,
X 25 by S 110, being lot 18, block A, Paradise
Plot, map 2, Oakland Township: $17. .
Edwin VV. Woodward to Grace Shilling, lots 29
to 32, it and 43, block E. lots 23. 24, 25, B*. 33
and 34, block F, amended map Christlania Tract,
quitclaim deed: $5.
Juanna Ysunzi to Mrs. J. B. Temby, lot on E
line of San Pablo avenue, 607 N of Bancroft
way, S 40 by E 35, being a ■ portion "of plot 62,
Kancho V. and D. Peralta, Berkeley: $10.
Henry Blytb to Blyih & Trott (a corporation),
lot on s line College way, 399:1% E of Shattuck
street, E4sby S 124:6, block A, villa lots ad
jacent to university site on the west, Berkeley;
$10. . ■ .- ■ .- • ' - , -: - ■
A. Montgomery to Julia C. Baird, lot on S lineof
Bancroft, way, 250 W of Audubon street, W 110
by H 300, being the W 50 feet of lot, 6 and E 60
feet of lot 7, bloc.-c 9. property of College Home
stead Association. Berkeley: $9500. ■
Laura H. Codlneton and Matilda it. Hill to H. A.
Wastell, 10. on NW line of Pearl street, 200 S\V of
Central avenue, NW 272 by SW 50. being lot 5,
block 10. Map of Hays & Caperton Tract, Ala
meda; $10. '. ;■ ■: ■,;:; -'.-.cv:-" : '
Builder's , Contract. fc-vV'lw
Phoebe A. Hearst with Joshua Hendy Machine
Works, rasttron wor< for alterations and mldi
tlons to building on S line of Market rod, 142:6
W of Anne: $9020: A. C. Schweinfurth, architect.
■ . . .' '""'•■ "♦ « , : — —
HOT£L ARRIVALS.
NEW WESTERN HOTEL.
A B McKan A wf, Troy S D Meyrat, Sack Lake
Chas Kossback. lahklou Hyram Havball, Utah
G v Hayball. Utah X R Neu, Elkhart, Ind
8 D Megealb. >ait Lake John Grubb, Lima, O
C Lavlck, Columbus, ODE Chamberlain. Nebr
J D McEeth. Texas J V Pearsoll, Texas
A B Junes. Chicago Samuel Turner, Montana
AUi-ri Grubb, Texas s> B Grayham, Sacto
H H Adams, Ohio
BALDWIN HOTEL.
F A Lyon. Sacto W F Parker, Los Ane
Dc V S Jaffe, Stockton J H Bennett, Stockton
.M H Brown, StocKton F Itrouks. stockion
Mrs lii ■iiiitimm, Bo» on MrsK FBurnett, Boston
F L Whit on, Chicago Mrs X H Brown, Vailejo
Mrs X J Aden, Vull«-jo Miss T.Stahl, Valleju
J C Croaks, Hay wards J J McCarthy Awf. Idaho
V E McMullen, Utah A Dorgey, San Diego
1> Frietzer, nan Jose A M McCabe, San Jose
F J Barney. Winters T Derby, Mew Alameda
W Taylor, Fresno
GRAND HOTEL.
M rutman, Stockton \V W Oates, Stockton
0 Mathewson A- «. Cal J M Russell, Los An;
I" B Field, Los Angalea J\V leonard Aw. « an
C Leonard, Toronto W D Hooul * w. Wis
A X Hooul, w and 3 eh, R P Sparhawk, Fresno
Wisconsin W M Wheeler, Chicaso
A Peyton, Santa Cruz A Hena, Santa Cruz
1 Car.er, Carter C S Morris, Chicago
J S Eastm»n, Berkeley H Roweil Berkeley
L L Cartwrlght, 111 H S Converse, Oakland
0 H Close, Stockton G O Taylor, Mntn View
A X Davis, L'sJlC AC E4 aeu <fe w. Fresno
G Page, Fresno J A Gibson, Sacio
E Spears, Cal M Christ ian. Cal
1/ Stephens, Cal Mrs X X Memls, N V
T M Alexander A w, C G Lampmnn Aw. Mass
Boston J W Boeing A w, Minn
C Sautter Jr. MY A B JackMon. Salinas
Mrs J C Mason, Sanford Miss L Mas 'n, Stanford
J M Hainlll st Paul J A Israel, Denver
Mrs J A Israel, Denver Miss M l rael Denver
.1 Churchill, vreka T Wolff, Portland
X Gelser. Baker City H S Dewey, N V
MrsT 0 Wordwortb, Cal A Sullivan, Nicaragua
R B Oullanan, Stockton L Perkins Aw. Coio
J Threoer, Sacto H X Osborn A w. Cal
Mr» C D Mains, San Jose W W Caldivell, N V
M Rohertson, St Joe R B Stanton, Coronado
1 L Daugheriy Aw, 111 GII Knight, Miss
H Klnn^y. N V L Lynch, San Knmona
G O Muse, Danville R L Lovell, Denver
RU>»B HOUSE.
J L May, Port Orford T L Boons, Madera
s Scnerz * sn, Ohio Edward Ward, Ohio
H T Rollins, N Carolina H E Heileard, Cal
X R rock, Loomls H M Branstetier, Loomis
R A Campbell, Redding J C Booue, Gilroy
X (• Hurlbert, Cal A O Carpenter, Ukiah
L Gobbi, i'hiali S J Hall. Healdsburg
J1) Payne Aw, Selma J W Hart, Stockton
s X Thomp-on A w, (010 Mn G \V Mapes A d, Nev
P McDonald Aw, Trinity D A Russell, lowa Hill
C J Crosby, Lincoln L R Lotly, Mexico
GDI usn, *anta Cruz H Sttele, Pescadero
J McKenua, Petaluraa Mls« J B Christman, Cal
S 0 Humaker «ft w. Or W W Wi kens, UoHnas
FW t 'onrty. Garkeville E J Beane, Colo
J H Thomas. Kio Vista E B Wishaar, Ponland
Mrs SchuUz. Portland H G Squire, San Jose
FChrl.itensen, StHelnna T (' Johnson. Colo
X W Martens, Sn Rafael S J Johns, Alameda
J Sauter, French Gulch C Syme, French Gulch
L M Kelloeg Aw, lowa C C Martin, Sacto
E Cottin, Mass H H boo fish, Mass
Al Price, Los An; A Rodgers. Alta
j> M. collier Aw. Sn Jose James alt tin in, sacto
C G titzgerald, Sacio W H Coan, Satr.a Rosa
M A Crosby, Sacto C Ullonghlen, Oakland
PALACE HOTEL,
HW Harding. Colo Mrs H W Hardln?, Col
C W Hammond, X V Mrs 0 \V Hammond, N V
C Mellve, Los Angples H N Denny, N V
W Brockoundt. lowa Mrs BrocWoimdt. lowa
E Rothschild, Chicano A B Campbell, Idaho
Mrs Campbell, Idauo Miss A I-ox, H«rrlsburg
T F Woodman, Chicago J Hannegan, Ohio
H C rate, Mexico M rs P V Lowe, 111
C A Mllbe, a, V Mrs W Oalhout, Freino
Miss Oathout, Fresno Miss X Oathout, Fresno
Mrs S w li;tK Mien Miss Judd, .Mich
Miss Reynolds; Colo E F Heath, N J
J( i liending, Ind Mrs Hending, Ind
C Thomson, London R My burgh, Londou
U B Doly, Mich J T Davis, Amador
C halcke. Ind I P Favor. N V
A Hill, Klswlck H Winslow, Kiswick
Miss A Hill, Kiswick R IS Truman, Kiswlck
P L Garrlt.v. Chicago Miss t merson, i'ortlaud
> WllsouAw, Portland J cellar, Singapore
Rev H GotiwaKy, Mass «aron vonSeidlltz.Berlin
J D Butts, Rochester Mrs Harris, Rochester
Mrs Wde Wels. France W D Nicho a<, Palo Alto
W D Weed, Alaska W \V Chapin, Sacto
Miss L C Mnlth. Buffalo Mrs S L Woodford. Mich
W Loomls A w.Brooklyn O Theme, Riverside
Miss L C Church Mass Miss B C Church. Mass
Miss M R Hick.i. Mass Miss II H Nve, Mass
A M JKarker, .NY G H hchuler, Elgin
Mrs A M Barkpr. N V Mrs G H schnier, Elgin
G P lord A w, Elgin Mrs Cleveland, Dundee
A C Kuhn. >an Jose Idas Cleveland, Dundee
Paul A Smith, San Jose P Davis Aw, Bo. tod
Miss Lewis, Boston Miss Gibson. Enxland
E Honnheimer, NY T B lrice, Boston
Ode Kergorlay. Honolulu T A Cnubb, Newton
A J Harrell, Visalia F M Chubb, Newton
Thomas Hill, Wawona Crs Hill, Wawoona
H A Cornet, St Louis Miss G I ornet, >t Louis
W H Lamb, Santa Cruz G Haggar, i-olusa
- >;;■>."-. — > ♦ • — • — — ■' I
STKAMEBS TO ARRIVE.
' stkamkr ■ I •■■.■;■-: • From ; . | ■ Dub
Czarina......... Coos .8ay. ..... •• ..MchJS
Crescent Cltr... Crescent City..'..:....'.:' ..Men 18
Walla Walia... Victoria <9r Puset Bonn! ..Men 18
North tore... HumbolcU Bar .......... ..Men 18
Bantu Kosa .... Han Di«5c0......-V........ ..Men 19
Dpi None brays Harbor. .......... Men 19
0rizaba.......... Mexico i.. ........... Men;..
Kraplr*> ....._.. Coos Bay ,*.r.' ..:.'..;.. .^ Men IP
I'rosreao ....... 5eatt1e. ..:..."./.....:.:;:■ ..Men 20
C0ptic........'.; China anil Japan..... MctiVO
Willamette..... 5eatt1e. ........".."...... :.Mch2o
Wellinston... . Departure 8ay .......... ..Men -0
F10rida......... Coiuox ............. .'.... ..Mch'^l
bnii0u'.. '......."■ Oray* Harbor::.;.'...:.". .'.Aich'ii
coos bar. .":.-..". >«HUK>ri ■.:.'.-;. ..;...:.:: :;MchV!i
Geu W. Elder.. Portland Men 21
! Homer .V .".■;::".; Coos 8ay.;:..... :..:.. ;v Mch 'i\
Tillaniook Portiaua. .;.-.. ..;..:;. ;.'. ..Mar2-i
Humboldt Humboldt Bay ..Men 22
Fara110n:. ...... i ugulna in. ..McuUS
Coroa*. .. ;.".:7. Hanl»lego :..V;V?:.' .:'..'. Mch 23
1'mat111a.. ...... Victoria A Punec. Sound ..Men I 3
Man MatfO...:.. tJomox:.-,..::;.".;.".:.",'.. ..Men 23
Allceßlanchard l'ortlanu ....■...;.:...;.: ..Men 24
Arcata:........ Coos 8ay.... ............ ..Men 24
Kurelca.. ....... Newp0rt. ~.7.;.....V...... Mch 26
C010n:. ......... Panama... ..Mca!46
THJB CALL CALBKDAB.
March. 1897.
\V.
1 3a.
Moon's Phases
©New Moon.
Much 3. *
11
12
/'"VjFlrs; Qui
\J) March
19
is
17
Full Mood.
March 18.

Y"M,ast Qua
*V March
OCEAN STKAMEKS.
Dates of Departure From San FraneUeo.
DESTINATION-. |
SMI.S
Czarina..;.'.
(State of Cai.
Koreka
Arcata.....;
City Sydney
Pomona j
Uanta Rosa.
Dei None., i
Walla Walla
Coos Bay... !
Australia... I
Peru..
Kunol
Columbia... |
Farallon
C0r0na...... |
Orizaba... ... '
Coos .bay .... .
Portland
Newport ......
cons Hmr ......
Panama......;
; Mumboldtßa>
, San Dle«o . . . .
Grays Harbor.
Vie & Pgt bno
! Newport .... .
Honolulu-....
I China A Japan
Urars Harbor.
I Portland ......
I mi in i Bay.
i San Diego.....
M.-hi 9. Sam
Men 19.10 am
I Men 20,1 2 Ml
Mch-'l. Uru
Men 'J1.114M
Mch 22. 4pm
Men 'ii, Bam
Men 23. Cam
Mcu'23. 1!i-m
Mcii aa. Ipm
Men 24.12 M
Mch24,lU4H
Men 25. Bah
Mch 25,Uam
■Mrh HUM
.12 m
i Pier » I
Pier 8
Pier 24
Fieri L
IMerll-
!l"MS8
I Pie: 9
I Pier 11
: Her 28
i Pier »
I Pier 1 1
Pier ; 7
P M9S
! Pier 'i
i Pier 24
j Pier 2
i Pier 11
| Pier 11
Mexico
SUN, MOON AND TIDK.
cnrrrun States Coast ax» G»>T>»:Tto Boav«r
Truss' AMD Heights of HIOH AND LOW
Waters at lokt Point, Estraxc« to
tAN Francisco Bay. Published bt Offi
cial Authority OK THIS SUPKEISTISBIST. . |
Notk— The high and low waters occur at th»
City Front (Mission-street Wharf) about twentr
flve minutes later than at Fort Point: the helfb.l
of tide Is the Karon at both place*. • • ' ' ' v^
March— lß»7.
Thursday, March 18.
Sunrises 6151M00n rlsM o.ooam
Sun sets 6.21 ] Moon sets.
g!L Wl H W; 11. W ! |H W
11
17
1H
19
3.11
2.1
1.3
0.8
O.J
-0.1
10.1
10.
11.
19
4.8
49
4.9
t.H
| 4.6
i 3.00 —0.1 iO.OO 4.2
&43 O.d 10. 'JO 4.8
4.-5 0.2110.64 4.9
I 6.04 0.5 11.23 6.0
6.41 0.9 11.6* • 6.1
! e.aoi i.4|
4.44
5.27
t>.l2
Notk— ln the above exposition of the tides the
early morning tides are given in the left hand
column, and the successive tides of the day In the
order of occurrence as to time. The second tlma
column gives the second tide of the day, the third
time column the third tide, and the last or righ;
hand column gives the last tide of the day, except
when there are but three tides, as sometimes
scenrs. The heights given are additions to the
soundings on the United States Coast Survey
charts, except when a minus sign (— ) precedes tne
height, and then the number given Is subtractiva
from the depth given by the charts.
KOTICc; TO MAKINERS.
A branch of the United States Hydrographl*
Office located In . t h « Merchant*' Exchange Is
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners without regard to 'nationality and free of
expense.. ■ .' •' ■.'■■'■ '.■■■;■■ •"•• -•■ .' I" ;■■-> : I ",''
Navigators are cordially Invited to visit the
office, where complete sets of charts and sailing
directions of the world are kept on hanl tor com
parison and reference, and the -latest information
oan always be obtained regarding lights, dangers
to navigation and all matters of Interest to ocean
commerce. • i • . ' > ■ ' ' ■ ■
The. time bail on top of the .building on Tele
graph Hi. In hoisted about ten minutes before,
noon, and Is dropped at noon. 120 th meridian, by .
telegraphic, signal received each day from the
United Mates Naval Observatory a . Mare Island.
Cal. tM ■■.' ■■ .'■ ■ ■-- ■ > :*■'-•; -•■■■<
A notice stating whether the time ball was
dropped on time, or giving the error. If any. Is
published the same day oy the afternoon papers,
and by the morning papers the following <lar, , ' -
*. > , W. & Hughes. . .,-
Lieutenant. V. S. £!.. In caarge*
The Time Kail.
Branch Htdbogbaphic Office, U. B. V.\
MKRCHANTS' Eichanhe >-
San Francisco. March 17. 1897. )•■
The time ball on Telegraph HU. was dropped
exactly at noon to-day— l. c.. at noon of the 120 th
meridian, or exactly at 8 p. m., Green wl<h time. |
■ W. 8. Hughes,
. Llontennn' I. H. N.. In charge.
I „:■',, SHIPPING; INTELLIGENCE.
'. f Arrived.'; .' . * '■:,
J* WEDNESDAY, March 17. ■
HBM strar Pheasant, Garforlh, 6 days from
San Dleeo; bouna lor Esquimau.
Stinr Mineola, iMlsbury, 79 hours from Tacoma;
3400 tons i-oal. o» jfCo Oakland direct.
Stmr Australia. Houdlette, 6 days and '22 hours
from Honolulu; pass and mdse, to J D Spreckeis
& Bros Co. ■ . -....-'... ; ■
Stmr Peru, Friele, | 82 days from Hongkong, via
Yokohama Si days, via Honolulu 8 days: pass
and mdse, to P M S S.
Stmr Eureka. Parsons, 70 hours from Newport
and way ports; pass and mdse, to Uoodall, Perkiai
.feCo.;.- ■'„ - . - "... ■ ■ ■ ■: -■ ■ - '
Stmr Cleone, Strand, 31 hoars irom Cres
cent City; lumber. ioAW Beadle & Co
Stmr City of Sydney, Johnston, 24 days from
Panama: puss anJ m Ise, to 1* M a e> Co.
Stmr Arcata. Cousins. 44 hours from Coos Bay:
pass and mdse. to O C <fc >* Co.
stmr Weeott. Miller. 16 hours from Fort Bragg;
316 M ft lumber, to Union Lumber Co. .
Br ship sierra Cadenn. .McWhlnnle, 180 days
from Cardiff; 2789 tons coil, to J D Spreckeis &
Bros CO . JsUl«^a. > -W«WB9aßHßiWlg^i<Bßß»»«ai>
ship Kenllworth, Baker. 114 days from New
York; mdse. to Williams, Diniond & Co.
; Bark O.ympic, Gibbs, 1-8 daystroni . Philadel
phia: mdse. to J F chapman it Co. :
Bark Alden Besse, Po:t-r, 28 days from Hono
lulu; susar, etc., to j I) Spreckeis & Bros Co.
Bktn Uncle John, Murchison. 8 days from Port
Gamble; ljmber, to Pope <fc Talbot.
Bktn Amelia. Miller. 20 days inn Hana: 11,256
bars sugar, to M 8 Crlubaura. r ..,
ScnrChas X Wilson. Johnson, 4 days from
Grays Harbor; lumber, to Wilson Bros & Co. ■
Schr Maweema, . SruUk, 7y 3 days from Port
Hadiock; lumber, to W J Auams. Port Costa
direct i'"3 '■•-..■.." -■■ : > ■■ ..
■: 6chr Melancthon, <■ Peasley. : 6 days from Wll
lapa Harbor; 360 M ft lumber, to Simpson Lumber
Co. . . ' ■ ...
Cleared. .
WEDNESDAY. March 17.
: Stmr Mexico, Jensen, San Diego: Goodall, Per
kins it Co. -
• ' Mmr Pomona, Doran, " Eureka: ' Goodau, Peril a»
&. Ca • .....
>riir Koaiak, Thomas, Kodlak: Alaska Com
mercial Co. '
Sailed.
WEDNESDAY. March 17.
Btmr Queen, Debney, Victoria ami Port Towns
end ■'■■ !•. -■ ■ -
r. Stmr National Citv.Andresen, Eureka, •
btmr City of Everett, Laver^e, Nanaimo.
Siiur Corona, Jepsen. San Diego.
Stmr Greenwood. Katrerlund. :
/ Ship Wachmett, Ho;:a:i, Puget Sound.
Kchr Mary C. Campbell. Bodega.' ■ . -
Schr Arthur X, Krog. Iversens Landing.
Schr Seven Sisters, Rasmus<ien, Blhlers Point. "■'■
bchr Archie and Jb'ontie. Colstrup, Walsh's Land-
Inc.
Schr Guide, Olsen, Willapa Harbor."
t»chr Lin and Mettle, Ltndbridge, Altata. '
bebr Kodiak, Thomas, Kodiak.
Scar Etta B. Bourne. Fort Koss.
Telegraph 10.
POINT l,Oßns. March .17.— i'J p. u.—Weatht;
hazy: wind N\V: velocity 28 mUei. ■
■ ■ Charters. -■;
, The t>ktn Archer loads mdse for Honolulu: schr
Martha W Tuft, mdse for Maza:lan and San Bias.
Spoken.
Jan.2s— Lat 66 S. Ions; 69 W. Br ship Penth*
slloa, from Oregon, for Plymouth. ■ - .-■-
F^b 12— Lat 19 S, long 35 W. Br ship Eurasia,
from Oregon, tor Queensiown. ■ • • -■. -■_ -.-, ; '
Per Kenllworth— Jan Is— Lat 65 S, lont • 64 W,
Br ship Helenslea, from Vancouver, for Queens
town. ; . -. ' : ■ •.'• ■- ■: ■• "•-.. '■ ■ - . ■ ■ .:■■-■
--i Per AMen Besse— B— H B M etmr Icarus,
from Honolulu. ■■■- ; . ; ; -.'-. •-.•■-, ■-.:.
Mar 8 was In company with the bktn Archer.
Domestic Ports.
PORT BLAKELEY-Sailed Mar 17-3chr C 8
Hoi -i es. for San Pedro. . 7
, SEATTLE— saileu Mar 17— Schr Lena Mveasey.
for !>an r'runclsco.' • ■--'- .
: COOS BAY— Arrived Mar 17— Schr Contlanza,
hence Mar '-'. : .- , • , ■ „
TATOO-H— Passed Mar 17— Br ship City of Mad
ras, from Astoria, for Putret Sound; Br ship Glen
ericht, hence Feb 28. for Pueet Sound; Haw stmr
San Mat' 1 ", hence Feb 13, tor Comoi. „..-.:
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Mar 17— dtmr Lakme,
from Tacoma, „
EVERKTT-Salled Mar 17— Schr Sailor Boy.for
San Francisco. '^IHSPQe^lancMHeiM&j
MENDOCINO— Arrived Mar 17-StmrPt Arena,
heii''« Mar 18, • : ■ . ■ ■
GREENWOOD— Arrived Mar 17— atmr Whltes
b >ro. hence Mar 1 0. ■ s
TATOOSH— Passed Mar 17— Stmr Willamette,
from Seattle, for San Francisco. .
Foreign Ports.
HONOLULU-ArriveJ Mar ■ 9-Ship William V
Babcock, hence Feb 21. Mar 10— Hr stmr China
hence 4. ■'-■ ■■ .. . ■-■ ... :>:.;'• ':■.. ■■, :•:..; ..... ■ -,'
. Sailed Mar 9— Haw schr Honolulu, for San Fran
cisco. Mar 10— Baric S C Alien, for San Francisco
ship May : Flint, for New Vonc; schr Agnes Mc-
Do laid, for const or Japan.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived Feb Bark St ■ Kath
erine, from Port Blakelef. : .. ; .■ . . ,
NANAIMO-Arrlved Mar 17— Ship Elwell lice
Mar .■ u> .-.:-:.: -. .. .■> :-■■ '.*• - ■.-■-..■..,,,--;-- -,-
HONOLULU- Mar s— Ship E B Button
beuce Feb 17. Mar 6-Bktn BiG Wilder, hence
Febl6. Feb 7-Bark Amy : Turner, from New
Yoxk. I Mar 8— V b stmr Alert, rrom target 'pra -
tice; ship BenJ V Packard, from Kobe: stmr Peru
from Yokohama. < - .-■■ „ , ■ .... .?
Sa.ledMar 6— U 8 stmr Alert. lor target prac
tlce. Mar 7-Ge.- ship Marie Hlicl " eld ' for sin
Francisco.
v •■: To si. li Mar 10— Bark *S ' C Allen, . for San Fran
cisco: snip Mac Flint, for New York: stmr Ana
trail*, for Sau Francisco. ; A ""■
s KAHULUl— Arrived Mar 6— Schr H C Wright,
from New Whatcom. - Mar - 6— Soar ■ Xvi ; from
Ocoa. .:■,.•:;.■..■' \\ ■ : <- „.--,■ .:-,\ }■: ;-•,>./:;■■•
sailed Mar 6-Scnr Metha Nelson, for San
Francisco. ...
To sail Mar 10-Bktn Planter, for sun Francisco.
COQUIMBO-Arrived Jan 2d— Chit bark La
tona, from Port Blakeley.
QUEEN'STOWN- arrived Mar 16— Brsbip Dy
n>mene. hence Oct 8; Ital bark Emilia Clampa,
ueiice Oci MX; Br ship Liverpool, from Seattle.
HUI-L- Arrived Mar 16— Br ship Koyal Forth,
hence Oct 26 , „
FALMOUTH-Salled Mar 16— Ital ship Caval.
lere Clampa, for Liverpool.
DEAL— Passed Mar 15— Ger ship Christine, frm
London, for Port Los Angeles.
PRaWLE POINT— Hassefi Mar 16-Br ship
Ross-shlre, hence Nov 21, for Loudon.
UavttineDt) of Trans- Atlantic StMmen.
NEW YORK— Arrived Mar 17— Stmr Marseillla
from Marseilles.
Sailed Mar 17— stmr P»rls. for Southampton;
Btmr Germanic, for London ; strur Werkeudax, lor
Ko:ter lam.
SOUTHAMPTON— Arrived out Mar 17-Stmr
S Louis; stmr Aller.
BRKMEKHAVE.N- Arrived out Mar 17-Stmr
Karisruhe.
Importation*.
CRESCENT CITY— Per rieone— l cs sauce, 3
pkgi machinery, 243 M ft lumber.
COOS BAY— Per Arcata— 4so tons coal. 2pk<jm
express, 2 sks coin. 8 b . Is hide*.
HONOLULU -Per Alden Bes»e-19,H64 bagt
sugar. ISOU bags rice, 33 bagj coffee, 1 bbl wal-
HONGKONG— Per Peru— l pkg treasure, 8i;. .1
matting, 35 pkgs silK goods. 3 8 pk*s parc -is, aa«»
pkgs tin, 7t> pkes spice. 60 pkgs ODlum, 377 pkgs
curioi. llfcO pkgs oil, 11 pkgs raw slik. 1175 pkxs
tea. 28.803 pkgs rice, 288tf pksca mdse.
OverUnd— 2; J ,89 pugs matting, 20 pkgs parcels,
28 pkgsmdse. 8.0 pkgs raw silk, 60 pkgs rice,
242 pkrs radse.
Central and south America— 4 pkgs matting, 21
pkgs sine goods, 2 pkgs tea, 1000 pkgs rice, a 4
pkvs nidsp.
HONOLULU— Per Australia— l s, l 92 bags sugar,
1300 bags rice, 60 bags coffee, 48 bags horas and
bones 5159 bnchs bananas, 446 bxs bananas. 19
b*s pineapples, 10 bxs fruit. 321 empty beer
kegs, 70 empty wine casks, 36 bbls bottles, 4 cs
betel leaves. 718 bdls green blaes. 28 bdls skins. 1
bag balr. i crt Koa wood, Bcs mdse, 1 bbl sweep-
Ings. 1 corpse, 12 parcels.
PORT HARFOBD- Per Eureka— U2 bxs flsh. 17
bdls nides, 25 cans tallow. 2 pkgs pells, 1 ak tails,
9 cs eggs, 2 cs cheese, 9 bxs butter.
Cayucos— l tub 110 bxs butter, 15 cs cheese, 12
cseggs, 1 coop chickens, K8 dressed calves.
Newport— 96 bxs oranges, 9 bxs lemons, 3 sics
nuts.
Ban Pedro and East San Pedro— 67 bxs oranges,
1 cs o ives, 14 bs canned flsh, 16 dxs limes, 2 bis
drugs, 1 bx lemons. ii wheels.
Hueneme— l bx butler.
Ventura— so Bis dried apricots, 1 bx frnlt, 34
bxs tangerines, 313 bxs oranges, 46 bxs lemons, 2
cs ezgs, 1 bx butter.
Caraenterla— 39 bbls asphaltum, 42 sksouts, 4
crts trees.
Santa Barbara— 3 bxs fish, 6 sks crawfish, 13
bxs lemon* , 40 bxs oranges.
uaviota— l pkg leather, 18 sks crawfish, 5 bxs
butter.
fan -imeon-121 bxs butter, 32 dressed calves,
5 cj eggs.
Consignee*.
Per Alden Besse- J D Spreckels <fc Broa Co; Hy
man Bros; Williams. Dimond <fc Co.
Per Cleone- Schweitzer A Co; Slmonds Saw Co;
Simpson Lumber Co; J 1) f.bev.
Per Arcata— Wells, Fargo 4; Co; OC&NCo; 8
H Frank <fc Co.
Per Peru— london and San Francisco Bank; A
Schilling <fc Co; Hungkon? and Shanghai hank:
Mattuon & Danglado; Wells, Fargo A Co; Ide <t
Co; «' W Jackson: H JI Bereer <t Co; j A Kolger
A Co; Neuburge. Reiss <fe Co: M J Branden siei n ;
BHart: Japauese Coiisul; W P Lewis: .MeDtfe!
sixin Bros: Victor Marsh: Parrott <ft Co: J a
Bodeu <fc Co; Cox Seed and Plant Co; London,
Paris and American Bank; Castle Bros; A Fair;
University of California: E B Young; Wasbburn-
Moen Mi* Co: E L U Steeie.
Per Australia— a Hromada; A GalU Fralt Co:
Baker <fe Hamil on: Cal Wine Assn; Chiuda A
Bolts: Kveleth <fc Nash; Eniep.-Ne Brewing Co; (J
W Dyche; Gaicla& Maggiui; Ilulse, isradford <fc
Co: Hj - man Bros: J lvancovich <fc Co; J C Ku?a
6 Co: J D :-preckels & Bros Co: Wieland Bre«J:ig
Co; Jones <fe Co: L G Sresovich. & Co: Lscatena
<ftCo: MSGrlnbauni&io: M Schnssler & Co; >I
I) Vnnvalis; Mack & Co; San Francisco News to;
TllßVarney; T J Frtnoh: Welch <fe Co: W R
Kflly: Wetmore Brcs; Wi.liam.s, Dimona A Co;
W A Cooper USD agent: Chinese merchants.
Fer Eureka— Gray A Barbieri: Geo Jt--tanr<t
CO: LHcitena&Co: McDotiough & Hunvon: X J
Roller; Kanders it Co; Farmers Com Co: Taylor &
Tarlnr; Goolyenr Rubber Co; Hllmer, BredliffT A
Whole; Wieiand Brewing Co: A Pallies; Garcia it
Maggini: J Demartinl: .' lvancovich A Co: Levl
Spiegel & Cos C E Whitney & Co: Wood, Curtis
<fe to: H R Rood & Co; Wetmore Brcs: Tramboll
<fe Beebe: sunset and I'lani Co; A l'aiaditil;
Milani & Co; Emporium; American Union F.sli
Co: J B lnguglia: V\ lieaton, Br^on »t Co: Pantic
Coast iish Co G Caml.lonl <fc to: Bissinger* Co:
ClabrouKh, t.olcher it Co; H Kirchmann it Co;
Cash store; l>alrymt'n's Union: Dod<e,
Sweeney ifc co; Wiizel & Baker; KowaNky «fc Co;
MarshHll dt Reimeri; M T Freitas & Cn : W C
Price <fc Co; Wellman, Peck <fe CO; Hills Bros: O
B Snn h dt Co; Getz Bros <ft Co; Ue Beruaidi &
Co; Norton, Tel er<fc Co; A vVyss; F I ri A to; J
Hoffman: Ross <fc Hewlett: Standard Oil Co: H N
Tllden & Co; Western Meat Co Weil*, Karco «fc
Co; Woodwerd <fc Bennett; t ooper Market: J H
Newbauerifc CO; H Mover: Montgomery & Co: L
D Htone & Co; Homo Supply Assn; J Schweitzer;
G Wolf.
OCEAN TRAVEL. \.
PACIFIC COAST_STEAMSMIP CO. j
STEAMERS LEAVE BROADWAY _^SSft_
wharf, San Francisco, as follows: 'BV^iMC :
For Mary Island, Loring, Wrangel, Juneau, KU-
Usnco and Sltka (Alaska), at 9 A. m. March la,
17. 22. 27. : ' i
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C), Port Town- i
send, Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, ■ A nscortes and :
New Wnatcom (Belltc«ham Bay, Wash.). 9a. H. '
Mar 2, 7, 1-, 17, 22, 27 and every nfth day there-
after, connecting at Vancouver with 'the C.P.& I
R., atTaionia with N. P. R. R., at Seattle with U. |
N. Hy., at Port Townsend with Alaska steamers.
' For Kureka, Area a and Fields Landing (Hum-
boldt Bay), xtr. Pomona '2 p. m., March 1, 6,9, 18,
17, 21. 25, 29 and every fourth day thereafter.
' For Santa Cruz. Monterey. San Simeon, Cayuco.%
Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo), Gavlota, Santa
Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, Man Pedro, East San
Pedro (Los. Angeles) and Newport, at 9 a. v.
Mar 3, 7. 11, 15, 19, 23, 27, 31 and every fourth,
day thereafter. ... ■
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harrorl
(San Luis Oblspo), Santa Barbara, Port Los An-
reles. Redondo (Los Angeles) and Newport, 11
a.m. Mcb. 1,5, 9, 13, 17, 2 1, 26, 29 and every fourth
day thereafter. /' .
For Ensenada, San Jose del Cabo. Maiatlan. La
Pan and Guaymas (Mexico), steamer Orizaba. 10
a. M. 26th of each month.
'1 he Company reserves the right to change with-
out previous notice steamers, sailing dates and
hours of sailing. Ticket office— Hotel, : 4
New Montgomery street.
UOODALL, PERKINS 4 CO., Gen'l Agents. '■
- 10 Market St.. San Frnnclsqa m
THEO.R.&N.CO.
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
PORTLAND
From Spear-street Wharf, at 10 a. it.
FA T? 1? / •HB I" irst-olass i . Including
r .AIIJ!j\SH Second-class /berth A meals
■■"■ SCHEDULE OF SAILINGS:
State of California Feb. 27. Mar. 9, 19, 2»
C01umbia......... .Mar. 4, 14, V 4
Through tickets and through baggage to all
Eastern points. Rates and folders upon applica-
lion to
F. F. CONNOR. General Acent.
• • : ■• ' ■ 630 Market street.
GOODALL. PERKINS <fc CO.. Superintendent
COMPAGIf IE AL TRAf SATLAI f IQO3
French Line to Havre.
pOMPANV'S PIER(NEW),42 NORTH MB
\J River, foot of Morton st. - Travelers by -OuQW?
: this line avoid both transit by English railway an 1
the discomfort of crossing the channel In a smalt j
boat. - i\ew York to Alexandria, Egypt, via ParU j
first class 5160. ond class 1116. - - - :
LA CHAMPAGNE............. March 37, sa.m. .
. LA 'i-0URALNK...... ............ April 6 a.m. 'i i
LA BRETAGNE ;,. April 10. 6a.m 'i i
LA NORMANDIE .:. April 17, , 6a. «.ff ■
LA CHAM e'AGNE. April 24," 6 A. M."f
. AsT For further particulars apply to '"' : Tj
. A. FORGET, Agent. ;
No. 3. Bowling Green,' New York.'
j. F. FCGAZI <& CO., Agents, 6 Montgomery
avenue. San Francisco. ■■ - • • .■- -■
PBHWSN&IIJI S.S. AUSTRALIA lot
fSCEHiriION ° L *-' LU on .-
jw»srllßif* Tuesday, Mirch 'j:i,
L ™T^_^ at ap.m. ~ Special party
f> >'"*l • \ : rates, s^m'akiposa ;
siwin^hincj ' ne s - "■ m a r i i'osa
n)lC(lllljlll|/ sails via HONOLULU i
. /T^mmnLU <"><i Auckland fo:
\gllipQl«p SYDNEY, Thursday, j
, .'•:-■ % t r.i 1. at 2 p.m. - •
LlnetoCOOl/GARDIE, CAPETOWN,
6outh Africa.
J. V. bPRECKELS * BROS. CO- Acen^
- — 114 Montgomery stree*.
Freight Office, 327 Market st.. ban Francisco.
<p^f^K HAMBPRG.AaERfCAN LUS
g«.|<gggjfjaSe' TWIN-SCREW EXI'RESd
* : ~ •^** s^nT' . -■? Line trom Now York to
Plymouth (London), Cherbourg, Paris A, ±iamour%
CoiiuuUin..;'.'..jiiarch °-o i Co. hiihk ■ ..;'.. — ».« l.<
F^BJamiirck...: April 8 F. Bismarck.... M*y 27
Normannia .'...Apr 1 '29 | Noriua.iuia ..'. .Jane "_3 :
H»iiiiiurg-Am«rlcan L.iiiH,:i7 B'irav.N.Y. j
KAHN A HERZOU. Agents, 401 California St.. :
San Francisco, Cal. ' . • = • ■• ' _ ;
STOCKTOS STEAMERS
Leave Pier No. 3, Washington St.. i
At 6 P. M. Daily.- Frmxtit received -up
to .»:3i> F. M. : ■'- ■
' . Kg" Accommodations Reserved by Telephone
The only linn seiliot: through tickets and glvlnn
through 'freight ■ rates to all pom.so u Valley
Railroad. gTKAMERS:
T.C.Walker. ?.'.» D * T2* er V *
Mary Uarratt, City of Stockton.
Telephone Main 805. Cat. Nay. aud lmpt. U. »■
FftH VALLEJO AID U. 8. lAfl'-fABi. )
, SXKA MBB : ''MONTI CELLO," ; \J
Dally ex. Saturday & Sun.. 10:30 a. m. and <r «, :
Saturdays ...-...•10:30 a. m.. 4 p. it
Sundays ...... ..;..; .-....'.........' — -.8 '■ tt,
• Landing Mlsslon-stree Do^ic, Pier a. -
Telephone Black 2d1. ,
, •Trip elves 6 hours stop at Navy- Yard.
forsasjoseMosgatos^sastacriiz i
STEAMER ALVISO LEAVES PIEK 1 DAILY !
'O (Sundays eicepted) at 10 a. m. Al visa da I - [
(Saturday excepted) at *1:t:. M. Freight and .
Passenger. • Fare '. between San Francisco ' anil
Al viso, 50c; ;• to Sail Jose, ' 75a Clay ; su, fiwi, ■
iiU W. bauta Clara St., -j.i-1 Jus* ■ . -
-.I- -.V. -. .:•:■■■:.'■■.:•■■■.-,-: ■.• -,: V' 7- ''.. ," . \ ' !

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