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THE COMMERCIAL WORLD
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
Wheat firm. Barley higher.
Oats and Rye dulL Corn advancing.
Corn Products higher. Rolled Barley advanced.
Hay in light receipt and very firm.
Beans dull, as utual.
Smaller movement in Quicksilver.
Wool ln first clasi shape.
Hides and Leather firm.
Potatoes nud Vegetables about the same.
Butter an i Eggs weaker.
Poultry dull.
Fresh Fruits doing better.
Better feeling in Dried Fruits.
Provisions unchanged.
Hogs weak.
QUICKSILVER TRADE.
Receipts of Quicksilver at this port during the
first six months of the year were 7309 flasks
against 16 705 during the same period in 189*
The exports were 2647 flasks valued at $94,616
against 8539 flasks valued at $309,324 in 189 J.
Explanation.
The arrow files with tbe wind. The top figures
at station Indicate maximum temperature for the
days: those underneath it. If any, the amount of
rainfall, of melted snow in inches and hundredths,
during the past twelve hours. Isobars, or sella
lines, connect polns of equal air pressure; Iso
therms, or dotted lines, equal temperature. The
word "hlsh" means high barometric pressure and
Is usually accompanied by fair weather: "low"
refers to low pressure, and is usually preceded
and accompanied by cloud v weather and rains.
"Lows" usually flrst 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 tbe coast, rain is probable:
but when the "low*- ls inclosed with isobars of
marked curvature, rain south of Oregon is Improv
able. With a "high" in tbe 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
»■__, produce an opposite result.
THE WEATHER BUREAU.
United States Department of agriccl-
TtTBK, Wj-ATBEE BtBEAC, San Fbaxcisco, July
14, 1897, 5 pm.
The following are the maximum temperatures
reported to-day by telegraph from Weather Bu
reau stations in California:
Eureka — Red Bluff 102, Fresno 106. Yuma
108, San Luis Obispo 84, Los Angeles 86, San Diego
80.
San Francisco data: Maximum temperature 64,
minimum 52 and mean 5.8
Weather Conditions and General Fore-
The pressure continues low over Arizona and
the interior of California During the past 24
hours there bos been a fall of one-tenth of an inch
over Nevada and Arizona.
The temperature has risen decidedly over North
ern Nevada and has fallen along the coast of Cali
fornia from San Luis Obispo northward. The tem
peratures are still above the normal in the great
valleys oi California.
Light rain has fallen at Fort Canby.
The following wind velocities are reported: Car
son City, 26 miles per hour from the west: Point
Reyes, 35. northwest
Forecasts made at San Francisco for thirty
hours ending midnight July 15, 897:
Northern California — Fair Thursday: con
tinued warm weather in the interior:' variable
winds inland; fresh westerly winds on the coast.
southern California— Fair Thursday; north
westerly winds.
Nevada— Fair Thurslay; cooler in the northern
portion.
Utah— Fair Thursday. ,
Arizona— Thursday; continued warm
San Francisco and vicinity Fair Thursday;
fresh westerly winds. . .....-:
ALEXANDER G. McAIUE,
Local Forecast Official.
NEW TORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK, N. V., July 14.— The unloading
Of sugar slock in large blocks was a feature of the
opening ln Wall street, the first sale being at 136
and running sales of 1500 shares at 134Vfc to
133' 2 following. Ihe prices quickly ran down to
13. ._ on very heavy offerings. A quick recovery
to 361,4 followed. The stock speculation was
less active during the second hour, but the ten
dency of values continued toward a higher plane.
Toward midday recessions from the best prices
occur*
Purchases of stocks for London account wer? a
significant feature lv to-day's market. In the
first hour there was an ausorpiion by London
houses of 10.000 to 12,000 shares, of which about
half was St. Paul. This cuauge in the atlLudeof
London, which has for some time been a seller of
stocks, had a very favorable effect. The trading
element continued bullish in sentiment largely
upon the conditions already exploited, including
favorable news in regard to crops and the decision
of Justice Chester in tbe coal trust ; inquirv that
the anti-trust law was unconstitutional.
The market was very strong, and speculation
appeared relatively brocder than for some days.
l oii.m ssion-house order, were more in evidence,
and some material auvan ci were recorded.
Granger snares continued favorites in this latest
bullish movement with St. Paul advancing to the
highest quotations for days The news in regard
to the spiing wheat situation was of excellent
character, and upon this was unloubt*d!y based
much of the recent strength of the shares of north
western railroads. Coalers' were again stron ;,
although there was no fresh news particularly
applicable. Sugar refining certificates were sub
jected to a violent react opening dealings
declining 31/2 points on selling, bated upon Wash
ington advices indicating that the outlook for a
quick agreement ia the conference on the tariff
bill was not so good. Speculation in certificates
•was very active for the first fifteen minutes.
The opening violent decline was succeed d by a
rally, with trading gradually becoming more
normal, though wide fluctuations were the rule
throughout the day. It was rumored that there
bad been some cons demote selling to take profits
The erratic fluctuations 01 certificates bad little or
do Influence npon the general market, in stocks
usually not actively dealt ln, Nor. hern Pacific
preferred showed a revival of interest, advancing
1 point in early trading a,. Minneapolis and St.
Louis and Chicago and Great v. estern were both
strong. The market clos'd. dull. Ihe foreign ex
change market was. dull. Government bonds
steady and unchanged. Railways strong and
active.
Money on call 1 per cent: time monev— 6o
days ii per cent, 90 days _Vi per cent, four months
_V_ per cent, six months 8 per tent, seven month.
3 per cent on good mixed Stock Exchange col
lateral. Prime indorsed bi.ls receivable, 3 per
cent; choice prime single names. 3°Vi cent -
good names, 4t»4y_ per cent. Posted asking rales
for sterling, $4 87 fur iong bills and $4 88 for
demand. Actus! rates: Long bills, *4 866*4 8614
--sight drafts, 9 4 87®4 87*4: cable trans! *4 87 v_
@4 871/s- Domestic ex. hange on New York and
San Francisco sight, 17 Vac premium; teleTanh
20c premium- . '
Money In London. *4@y 2 per cent. Rates of dis
count In open market, both short and 3 months
bills, 13-16®% per cent. Amount of bullion gone
nto Bank of England ou balance to-day, £50,000.
Wheat and Flour.
WBIAT- 10:80 11:00 12:00 1 flO 2-10
July 786/8 78% 79 78%
.eptember 73 7'_»/ 4 726 731/. 72%
December 74% „ 743/ 74% 743/ 741^
Spot dull; f. o. o. afloat No. 1 Northern spring
New York, 81 5/ 8 c; No. 1 Northern spring Duiutn,
818/4 C: No. hard winter. 7414 c: Na 2 new red'
74»/4.@76c.
Future closing: Jnly, 78% c; September,' 7234 c;
December. 7 4 Vic.
FLOUR— Spring, in bbls: Na 2 extra, 8310®
8 35: No. 1 extra. S3 46® 3 60; straights, 83 65®
3 85: patents. Si l'6@4 25. '■■■-
GRAIN FREIGHTS— New York to Liverpool
by steam, _y s d. -.-*: ■; -'.;. "■* ;■•-■■-.■
Produce.'
COFFEE— Rio, .pot dull, easy: No. 7. 'IVi"-
Future do dng: March. f 7 15®7 2C: Ma.. *7 25
@7 -0: August, $6 70@t> 76; septe .ber, $6 85®
ti £0: October, $6 ;*o®7; December, f 707 0-.
LARD- Prime. 84 05(34 07.4.
PORK-Mess. 88 26®8 60.
TALLOW-3y c. .
BUTTER-creamery, Western, 15®15%a
EGGS— State, fresh gathered, 12 V»@l3c.
SUGAR— Raw, firm; 88-deg. test centrifugals.
1 3y«c: 96-deg. test do, 36/ B r. Refined, active, firm.
PETROLEUM— New . ork renned. *5 96: Phila
delphia and Baltimore refined, $5 90: refined in
bulk, $3 45.
HOPS-Crop of '95, 3®4c: crop "96, 6©9 c: coast,
crop '95, B@4c; crop '86, 6010. London market,
60<S70s. A ■'■■''_ *
WOOL— Domestic fleece, 18@23c: palled. 16®
22c.
HIDES— Buenos Ayres. dry. 20 Its., lby 3 @lßc:
Galveston. 20 to 25 lbs.. 14@15c.
LEATHER— HemIock sole. Buenos Ayres, light
to heavy weights. 18@19c: acid, 19®2_c.
Dried Fruit*.
RAlSlNS— California. 50-lb boxes, 2 .ie: crown,
S»4(ffisy 3 c: seeded, 7S4@bysc: seedless muscatels,
6 i/ 2 ©53,4 c.
CURRANTS — 4%05 14. in barrels: cleaned
bulk, s i/_.(fi>Bc: cases, 6Vs<J&si/_c: cartons, 6@7v c.
PRUNES— California, 25- tt* oozes. 4@7c; 60-lb
boxes, 'S(a>~c
PJ-ACi-i ES — California, peeled, bags, 6&8 c;
boxes, 7<<£9c; peeled. 10@12c
APRlCOTS— California, coxes, 7@l2c: bags,
7y 2 «. :oc.
ClTRON— ll@l2%c for fancy boxes.
I PUGS— Fancy ordinary, -12@18c: tanoy washed,
_.-«t'2.<c.
DaTES— Persian. 60-tt) boxes. 2i^@3%c: Fard,
I in boxes. 4 .4.®5c: cases, s:<i ©6c.
WALNUTB-Callfornia standard, 6y 3 soft
shell, Be.
ALMONDS— SheIIed, 16%®29c
Metals.
PIG IRON— Southern. $9 26010 60: Northern,
$10012.
ITo UN— Straits 813 80@14.
COPPER— Brokers, $11 12V_: exchange, $1L
Quiet.
LEAD — Brokers, $3 35; exchange, $3 65.
Weak.
Stocks and Bonds.
Opening. Closino.
American snear $134 60 1137 87y
American Sugar Pfd ■ ■ " ■ "
American Tobacco 78 \2\_ 80 12yg
American Spirit Mlg C 0.... 1100
Atcmson — — 12 60
Bay State Gas 1160
Canadian Pacific 66 00
Central Pacific.
Chicago Gas. _ 94 76 94 76
C.. B.&U. Brf62C_ 83 87y a
Con. Gas 166 26
Cordage
Cordage Pfd — — ■
Denver dt Rio Grande Pfd. 48 75
Delaware _. Lackawana ■ 157 26
Erie 14 60
Fort Wayne. -. 167 00
General Electric -. 34 00 34 3714
Hocking Valley — — — — —
Jersey Central B** 60 «7 00
Kansas & Texas, Pfd 3125 30 75
Lake Shore 17000
Louisville <__ Nashville 80 12y 3 50 00
Manhattan Con 90 62y_ 9100
Missouri Paclllc 18 62y a 19 00
National Lead. 30 60 30 75
I New Haven 173 00
New York & New England. — — — —
New York Central 102 00 302 25
North Pacific. 1400
North Pacific. Pfd. 40 25 4100
Northwestern 11775 117 621*%
North American — —
Oregon Navigation _. — — 19 00
Oregon Navigation, PJd ■ 6- 00
Pacific MaiL 31 87Lfe 3160
Pullman
Quicksilver (Con Exchnge). 00
Kock Island „ 74 621* 76 00
Reading. _.._. 23 12.-* 28 37V.
Southern Pacific _ — 16 00
St. Paul __ 84 621* 86.0
St. Louis A s. F. R. R
Texas Pacific. _ 10 75 10 62y a
Tennessee Coal __ Iron 22 76
Union Paciflc _. 600
U. __ Leather — — ■
I. S. Leather. Pfd 62 00 62 26
Western Union 84 60 _4 50
Wabash. Pfd — — —
Ear silver 9 «oy g
Sterling on London, 60 days 4 87
Sterling on London, sight 4 8s
U. B. li's, registered £6 BO
U. 6. 4's, new _. 125 25
U.S. 4's, new, coupon ._. 126 25
U. B. : 5.....; 113 00
U. a coup _. 112 50 .
U. 0. &■_ „ _ 116 00
U. S. 6's, coupon lib
CHICAGO MARKETS.
CHICAGO. In,. July 14. -The continued liberal
receipts of hogs here and at the West, ( together
with genera selling by local traders and heavy |
realizing by foreign houses, caused a sharp decline
In provisions at the opening. Trading, however,
was more active than for some time past, and
prices closed steady at a slight recovery from the
lowest owing to moderate buying by packers, a
liberal demand from outsiders, some covering of
shorts and a fairly actlva cash trade.
The cattle business was fair and prices stronger
than yesterday on almost everything in the beef
line, while here and there prime seers solo a good
10c higher than yesterday. There were about 29
cars of gr-ss'Texans on sa'e that made about the
sam» prices us for the past three flays. Prices on
j Texans are lower than last week, but the quality
is poor and common.
In nogs there was considerable of a spurt at the
opening, and -theeaily birds" got the best prices
I of the day. but later tbe d-mand tell off, and at
tbe final close values were barely as good ana-, the
close ye«e;day, wuile the light and medium light
closed fully 6c lower.
The sheep trade was active and a trifle higher
on oo. 11 sheep und lambs.
Grain.
WHEAT— 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
July 72 716/g 7134
September 673/, 671/ 65 .4 .67 67y»
December 69 y_ 68»/ 4 68% 685/ 8 68%
1:_:0J 12:«J i :o_* 1:1 a
July 72 72 72i/ 4
September 671* 66% 67y« 67
December 69.4 68 5 68% 68.4
CORN— July, 253^0; Sep.ember. 281/3 C.
OATS- July, 18.-: September, lßVac.
BARLEY -27@84c. A
RYK-3514C. ■ fr-y.f:
FLAXSKKD-78 Uc.
11MO_HY-s:_7o.
Produce.
rORK-Joly. 27: September. $7 42® 46.
LARD— JuIy, S3 83; September. $3 90.
RlßS— July, $4 20: September, $4 27.
BUTTER— DuII and wea*.
Creameries— Extras. 14V 3 c: firsts. 13i*®18iAc'
seconds, iiy 3 @t2e. Dairies— Extras. 12c: firsts, 10
©llc: seconds, 9c; packing stock, fresh, Be.
Ei. OS— Firm, moderately active. Firsts sold
chiefly at Bssy 3 closs oft ca.es returned.
Livestock.
HOGS — Ugh-, 83 36®3 65: mixed. 83 Sofi»
3 47V : heavy, 83 05@3 42V-; rough, $3 06@3 "0
Sales 27.900. Beceipts 32,000. Estimated to-mor
row 30,000.
CATTLE-Beeves, $3 80®5 15: cows and heif
ers, f 1 80®4 30; Texas steers, 82 8..®4 00; Block
ers and feeders, 9 3 25®3 45. Receipts 9000. Esti
mated to-morrow 9UOU.
feHE_-P— All receipts 14,000.
Receipts at Omaha.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nebs.. July 14.— CATTLK-
Receipts. 2400 head; market active and strong,
closing weak.
SHfcEP— Receipts, 1900 head; 10c higher.
Receipts at Kami, City.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 14 -CATTLE—Re
ceipts. 6500 head; market steady, slow.
DOGS— Receipts. 1400 head; market strong.
SHEEP-Receipts. 2000; strong and active.
CASH IN THE TREASURY.
WASHINGTON, D. C. July 14. - To-day's
statement of the condition of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balance, f 1.32,094, 116: gold re
serve, $142,806,253. • . •
1-OREIoN MARKETS.
London.
LONDON, Ens., July 14. -Consols. 112 13-16;
silver, 27 9-181.
Liverpool.
WHEAT-Flrm: No 1 standard California
wheat. 31s: cargoes off coast, nothing doing
cargoes on passage, sellers asking an advance or 3d
to 6 1: English country markets, generally dearer-
Liverpool wheat, No. 1 California, 6s 4d@6s 6d. '
LOT 'I ON -Uplands, 4 9-32 d. ;-."" -
EXCHANGE AND BULLION.
. Sterling Exchange, 60 days _ 14 87
Sterling Exchange, sight — 4 88
Sterling cables — 4 89'
New York Exchange, sight — 171/4
New York Exchange, telegraphic. — 20
Fine (silver, per ou.ice. — 60V*_
Mexican Dollars 49 491/3

YESTERDAY'S WHEAT MARKET.
San Francisco," July 14, 1897.
The following resume of , the wheat market is
furnished by E. A. Bresse, ' Produce Exchange
grainbroker, 412 Pine street: :
San Francisco.
9:15 A. M. SESSION.'
The disposition In wheat to-day was sluggish at
th . opening, in sympathy with Chicago's weak
ness. . Liverpool cab reported wheat 6/ a to
18/s' higher. December, fl 25 .4.
10:15 A. M. SESSION.
Wheat opened strong on Eastern influences.
December was In good demand at $1 2614 at the
opening. Later in the session Chicago began to
weaken, causing an easier feeling in tbis market.
December closed at $1 253/*. I May opened at
f 128% and closed at $1 28y
11:15 A. M. SESSION.
Chicago wheat closed firmer, causing shorts in
this market to buy back their early sales. Decem
ber sold at $1 26 and closed at $1 25% bid. May,
f I 28Vs- ' " ■■* - y
<"' y ■'-' P. M. SESSION". ■
Wheat opeuei: at the afternoon session with a
strong feeling. Decemb-r sold at $1 261-&. There
were Heavy * fferlngs at this price, casing a de
cline to fi .6%, wn-rethe market closed. May.
nominally, $1 _83/ B ®l 38%. December barley,
- t " Chicago. 7
Whe « was In fair demand at the start this morn
ing. y September opened at 1 6714 cto 678/ c, July
72c, December 69V'gC. Liverpool : quoted r spot
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1897.
Wheat (July) is/gd higher. August was equally
strong. September and December were 6/fed higher.
The local crowd are disposed to bull Wneaton;any
favort* ble signs, and are being guided by foreign
markets entirely. •.
. The selling to-day was mostly by large holders,
who had good profits and were willing to let go,
to again pick up the v* heat on any reaction.
Reports from the Northwest were - not. encour
aging to Ihe bears. The r cen, rains are scld' to
have caused rust ln Wheat to an alarming extont.
Receiyls of new Wheat continue small. This is a
factor which causes uneasiness among the shorts.
The world's visible supply of wheat decreased
5,000,0*10 bushels for the past seven days, as com
pared with a decrease of 1, 1 60,100 bushels for th 1
preceding seven days. This large decrease in
wheat was a surprise to the crowd, who bought
wheat freely. As soon as this information was
known. September advanced to 67y c. At the
advance selling became general, causing the price
to work buck to 6084 , with July at 72c. At the
close the feeling was firm at an advance of y_a
from the low point.
The markel ha. been without the influence of
the French markets for the past three days. Pri
vate advices ■ from Paris are of an encouraging
nature. Exports are increasing slightly ._ and
promise further enlargement.
■:'■■€.• -. WHEAT MOVEMENTS.
Receipts. Shipments.
Bushels. Cities. Bushels.
89,760. Minneapolis. 21.900
64.237 Duluth 62,389
3,9-0 Milwaukee. 6,300
17.500 Chicago 77,244
91,000 Toledo :-,660
38,000 st Louis. 11,000
6,704 Detroit 367
26.500 KansasClty. 4,000
337.600 236,800
TIDEWATER.
15,413 ..805t0n....... 648
163,725 New York. 81.000
..Philadelphia
59,747 Baltimore
....New Orleans
262,658 31,648
LIVERPOOL WHEAT FUTURES.
July. Aug. Sept. Oct Cec.
Opening 6 11% 59% 6 8.4 6 8 6 8i/ 3
Closing 6^a 610 58 6814 68y a
Paris closed on account of holiday.
Corn opened steady at yesterday's closing figures
and became slightly depressed on fine weather
conditions. September opened at 263,4 c and de
clined to 265/fcc. At the decline, Cudahy's brokers
bought freely. At the close 26V2- was bid, with a
strong undercurrent. Recelp. s are rapidly falling
Off. . .y _;..-■:.■;■■ ..•;; :-:, ' •
Crlbbers are not disposed to sell at current
prices. Oats are dull and devoid of special
features.
FEODUOE MAEKET.
WHEAT AND OTHER GRAINS.
WHEAT— Futures are higher and spot grain is
very firm at the prices.
Local quotations are' as follows: $1 25.4®1 25
for No. 1, $1 261491 271 . for choice and $130
1 35 for extra choice for milling.
CALL BOARD BALKS.
In form Srssion— 9:ls o'clock— December—
4000 ctls. $1 2514.
skcond cession — December — 16.000 ctls,
91 1614; 14,000 .$1 -6y 8 ; -0,000. $1 26; 4000.
•1 26%; 8000, 2684. May-12,G00, $1 28%;
2000, $1 28 Vi: 6000, $1 283/,; 2000. $1 28Vi- ]
Regular Moksimi Session— December— Booo
Ctls, *1 26; 34,000, $1 26% May-2000. $1 28^.
Afternoon Session — December— 8000 ctls,
tl '-Lyg; -0,000, $128; 10.000, $1 25%. May
-14,010, $1 2.y_: 4000, 2884; 14,000, $1 28%. i
BARLEY*— Jreed has again advanced and is very
firm. New Brewing continues ln good dema'id
ior shipment. Feed, 7_V_@77^*_c ficM; new Brew
ing, 87V_@95c; old Brewing, nominal.
CALL BOARD SALKS.
Informal Session— 9:ls o'clock— No sales.
Second SESSION— No sales.
P.Eor__Aß Morning session— No sales.
afternoon cession— December— 24,ooo ctls,
73c.
OATB-Fancy Feed. $1 22V-CSI 27.*: good to
choice, $107V_@1 17y_: common, 96c®$l 05;
Surprise, $1 36(41 40; Milling, $1 15®1 20 ft ctl.
Clipped Oats sell at $I®2 ft ton over the raw
product. 77" yy.;i....,i y -.- ..,
CORN— Large Yellow is higher and scarce. The
other kinds are firm and unchanged. Large Yel
low, $1 02i/j@l 05; Small Hound do, $1 12y_@
1 16; White, 85<_fl. 5c 9 ctl. *
RYE— Old, 92y 3 ®95c: new, [email protected] V ctl.
BUCKWHEAT— Is nominal at *.sc@sl 16 ft ctl
for new and $1 35 for old.
FLOUR AND MILLSTUFFS.
Corn products are higher in sympathy with the
raw product.
FLOUR— Net cash prices are: Family extras.
$4 25@4 35: Bakers' extras, $4 15@4 20 ft bbi.
CORNMEAL, ETC.— Feed Corn, $23; Cracked
Corn. *24 ft ton.
MILLS PUFFS— Prices in sacks are as follows,
usual discount to the trade: Graham Flour, $2 50
ft 100 lbs: Bye Flour, $2 25 ft 100: Rice Flour,
$5 75: Cornmeal, $'-©_ 25; extra cream do $2 75;
Oatmeal. $3 50; Oat Groats, $4; Hominy, $3 10®
3 30; Buckwheat Flour, $3 25@3 60; Cracked
Wheat, $3: Farina, $4: - Whole Wheat Flour,
»2 76: Rolled Oats(bbls) ,*4 95@5 16; Pearl Barley.
S3 75(0.4; Split Peas, 13 60; Green do, $4 25 ¥100
lbs. :•.'- y-r'
HAT AND FEEDSTUFFS.
Hay ls la such moderate receipt that it looks as
if the farmers were holding back for better prices.
Rolled Barley is higher. _'':,*-??-_•
BRAN— si4@l4 50 for the best and $13@13 50
ft ton for outside brands.
MIDDLINGS— SIB 50fa)19 60 for lower grades
and S2o@t2l ft. ton for the best.
FEJ_DI.TO-.-n_ — Rolled Barley. $17®17 60:
Oilcake Meal at the mill. $26 50 ft ton; jobbing,
$27 50.
HAY— Wheat, $8 50@U 50; Wheat and Oat,
$7 50@10 50; Oat, 9. 60@9; Parley, $708 50;
River Barley. $ti®6 7,0: compressed, $. ®10 50;
Alfalfa, first cutting, $6@5 60; second. $6@6 50;
stock, $6®B; Clover, $6 50®8 50 ft ton.
_>TRaW-25@50c ft bale
BEAN'S AND SEEDS.
Prices for all kinds show no further change.
BEANS— Bavos quoted at $1 60@1 60: Small
Whites, $1 05<"a*l 10; Large Whites, 95c@$l Ob ft
ctl: Pinks. 95c®$l; Reds. $l@i 16; Black
eye, $1 40@1 50; Red K.dney, nominal; Lim^s.
$1 50@1 60; Butters, $1 25@1 40; Pea, $1 10®
1 20.
SEEDS— Brown Mustard, $2 60«3 76; Yellow
Mustard, $1 75* ctl: Flax, $1 60®1 70; Canary
Seed, 134@i-l/4C ft »>: Alfalfa, 6V_,c; Rape, 2' /2 @
2%c; Hemp, 3c: Timothy, 4y c.
DRIED PEAS— Niles, nominal; Green, $1 20®
1 70 * ctl.
POTATOES, ON JONS. VEGETABLES.
All descriptions run along without much change.
POTATOES— New Ear.y Rose In boxes. 60®
66c; in sacks, 3*. ® 40c. new Burbanks, 50®85c ft
ctl ln botes and 4UJ£SDc jn sacks; Sweet Potatoes.
lVi@-c ft It*.
ONION — New Reds, 60@700 ft sack; Silver-
Bit ins, 81 @9 c ft ctl.
VEGETABLES— Bay (-quash, 26@35c ft box;
Bay Cucumbers. 25®35c ft box; Pickles. 65c for
No. 1 and 40® for No. _; Asparagus, f I@2 50;
Green Peppers, 40@£0c tor Chile and 60@760 for
Bell; Green Peas, 1 Vi®- ft lb; String Beans, 1®
2-/-c; Lima Beans, ie; Green Okra, 50®75c r
box: Egg Plant, 75c®f 1 ; Cabbage, 60®76c ft ctl:
Carrots, 25®30c ft sack: Garlic, Il_®i%c«° lb:
Tomatoes, 16®25c ft box for Vacavlile and 60®
85c for River; Oreen Corn, 6Uc®sl ft sack, 75®
85c ft. crate for Berkely and f I®l 75 ft crate for
Alameda.
BITTER, CHEESE AND EGGS.
Butter and Eggs are still weak and a fraction
lower.
BUTTER
CREAMERY—Fancy creameries, 18i/ @l9c; sec
onds, 1 7® 18c ft lb
Dairy— choice to fancy, 15@17c ft lb; lower
grades. l'_r*l4c.
Pickled— 16@17c ft lb.
Firkin— lf-®i6- It*.
Eastern— l_®l2i/_c for ladle-packed. '%'}'■.'
CHEESE— Choice mild new, 7V_:®Bc: common
to good, 6@7c ft lb: Cream Cheddar, 10®
Young America, B@9c; Western, lie; Eastern,
18@;l&c ft lb.
Ecus— Ranch Eggs, 15®18y 2 c: store Eggs,
lly I ®l4c ft dozen; Eastern, 12y_@18c; Duck
Eggs, 14c ft doz. _ ° .
1 OULTRY AND GAME.
POULTRY— The market is quiet and rather
weak than other wis-. .
Live Turkeys, 15@16c for Gobblers and 16@16c
for Hens; Geese ft pair, $'. 25; Ducks, f2 50®3 25
for old and «3@5 for young: - Hens, 9304 50;
Roosters; young. $6®7 50 ft doz; do, old, $4; Fry
ers. $4@4 50 ft dozen: Broilers, $3@3 60 for large
and $1 7 5@2 50 for small; Pigeons, 81 25 ft dozen
for young and for old.
GAME— Hare, nominal; Rabbits, nominal.
DECIDUOUS AND CITRUS a FRUITS.
The whole market seems to be working around
Into better shape. leaches are slowly Improving. ■
Apricots are decidedly stronger, and Saa Francis
co and Sacramento canners are buying them up in
Alameda County at rising prices. Good Apples
are also doing better. Melons are firm.
DECIDUOUS FRUITS—
Strawberries, *'<!(_,_ 60 ft chest for large and $4
.or small. ::.-.. ... ■£-.-,
Blackberries. IF 1 76@2 75 ft chest.
Raspberries, B@s ft chest.
Huckleberries. : c ft lb.
Currants, VI 50@_ ft chest. _
Red Nectarines, 60c: White, SOc ft box. , - - .
Peaches, -o(tf. .()<■ ft box and 26®35c ft basket
for common kinds an 1 40®60c ft box and 85@50c
ft basket for Crawfords.
Plums. -6@4oc ft box. - -
Apricots, 25@50c ft box and $7 50®15 ft ton in
bulk.
Green Pears, 25®40c ft small and 40®5 ie ft
laree box and 2-®_sc ft basket; Bartletts, 60<ffi75e
ft box. . . • ■.**..■ .-.
Old Apples, fl@l 60; New Apples, 26@75c ft
box. 7 :; -..-.- .-:• -■■- ....,-■ -,-.,
Crabapples, 25@36c ft box.
Figs, single layers, _o@2sc ft box; double layers.
30@50c. ■yy *:■-■■■ ■-..-.■.
Grapes, SOc for Seedless Sultanas - and • 25®
BOc tor Fontaineb'eau and Sweetwater
Watermelons. $7*lß I* 100. ; ,-,
Cantaloupes, #2 50®4 00 ft crate.
Nutmeg Melons, $i®l 50 ft box.
CITRUS FRUlT*'— Navel Oranges, tl 76®2 50
for choice to fancy and $I@l 60 ft box for com
mon; Seedlings. fl@l 26 ft box; Mediterranean
Sweets, *1 50@1 75: St. Michaels, *2 60®3-
Lemons, 76c@»_ 25 for common and 81 60®2
ft bx for good 10 cboice; Mexican Limes, 85 6t'a°°
California Limes, 75c. ft nor; Bananas, . $1 25
®2 60 ft bunch; Pineapples, 91 50®3 ft dot
DRIED FRUITS, RAISINS, NUTS, ETC.
The general revival in trade reported ail over
the country is affecting this . market. . That is,
trade is no livelier, [but the \ feeling regarding fu
ture trices is stronger. Buyers have less to say
about low prices | and the growers are disposed to
hoid for fair figures. ...It is reporte.i that $20 ft ton
Is being bid for green: Prunes In santa Clara
County.
DRiED ClTS— Quotations are as follows:
Peaches, s@6c ft lb; iancy. 6y 3 c; peeled, 8@llc:
Apricots, new, spot, 5y 2 @6c ft lb. carload lots:
evaporated Apples, sun-dried, 2S4@3V_C: old
Prunes, 2i/ 2 ifli3c for the 4 sizes;, white Pigs, 2@3c:
Plums, 4@4y 2 «or pitte.l and l@li,fec for unpitted;
-Nectarines, 3ys@4i/ 2 c ft .lb tor prime to fancy:
Pears. 2664 c for quarters aud 2@sc for halve..
RAISINS— y
Four-crown, loose, 4@sc; 3-crown, 3y»@4c: 2
crown. 2%@3i/4cS tt>; seedless Sultana.. s@sV_c;
seedless Muscatels 4®4y 3 c; 3-crown London lay
ers, $l@l 15; clusters, $1 15®l 25; Dehesa clus
ters, $1 75@2; ImueriHl clusters, *2@2 .5.
NUTS— Walnuts. 6y (_.7c ft. Ib for andard and
9@9%c ft lb for softshell; Almonds. 607 c for Lan
guedoc. 2i/ 2 @3i/ 2 c for hardshell and B®9c ft lb for
papershell; Peanuts, 4@sc ft tt> for Eas crn aud 4c
for California; Hickory Nuts. 6Ca)6c ft lb; Pecans,
9@loc ft lb; Filbert-*. 9@9%c; Brazil Nuts, B®9c;
Cocoanuts, $5@5 50 ft 100.
HON EY-.\ Comb. ifc tor bright and 7©9 c
for lower grades; new : water-white extracted,
4 1 4@4:;4c : ligm amber extracted, 38^®-C ft tt».
BEE*WAX-22@25c ft tt).
PROVISIONS.
CURED MEATS— Bacon, 8c ft lb for heavy,
By e for light medium, 9c for light, 10@10Lic
for extra light and 1 for sugar-cured. East
ern sugar-cured Hams, 12@12y«c ft lb; California
Hams. 10®llc ft tb: Mess Beef, $B@B 60 ft bbi;
extra mess do, $8 50ffi9; family do, $9 60@10;
salt Pork, 91 60@„ ft bbi; extra prime Pork, $10
&_0 60; extra clear. $13 50_i.14; mess, 12 60@13
ft bbi; Smoked Beet 9y 3 c *"tt>.
LARD— Eastern tierces is quoted at 4V_@sc for
compound and (>%@6c for pure: palls, 6y2@6%c;
California tierces, 4y c ft lb for compound and
6 Vic for pure; half-bbls, 6_4c; 10-lb tins, 6i/ic; do
6-tb, 6y 2 c ft lb -.;*■■
COT 10LENE — Tierces, 534 c. Package) less
than 300 lbs— l-tt» palls, 60 in a case. B%c: 3-tt>
palls, 20 in a case, 88/ 8 c; 5-lb palls. 12 In a case,
81/_c; 10-lb palls, Una case. 8y 8 c; 50-tt) tins, lor
_ iv a case, 7<%c; wooden buckets. 50 lbs net,
7%c; fancy tubs, 80 tbs net, 75/ 8 c; half-bbls, about
Ilu lbs, 7y ft rb. "
HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL AND HOP..
Wool is in extra first class shape, as will be seen
below. Hides are ■ iff and selling well.
HIDES AND SKINS— CuIIs and brands sell lo
under sound stock. Heavy salted steers. B@Bi^c
ft lb; medium, 7@7y 3 c; light, B.Ai@7c; Cowhides,
71/jc ft lb; stags, 6c; salted Kip, 7c; salted calf,
8c ft lb; salted Veal, 7c; dry Hides, 18y 3 c;
culls and brands, lie; dry Kip and Veal, llc;
dry Calf, 16c; culls, 10c; Goatskins, 20®35ceach:
Kids, 6c; Deerskins, good summer, 26c ft Ib;
medium, 20c; winter, 20c; Sheepskins, shearlings,
10u)20c each; short wool, 25@40 each; medium.
40(ai50c each; long wools, 60@75c each.
'l ALLOW— No. 1, rendered, _tS4@l3c 9 lb; Na 2,
2.4@-i/_c; refined, 6c; Grease, 2c ft lb.
WOOL— A local circular says: "After this date
the hard times and low prices of 1894, 1895 and
1896 will be a dream of the past for Woolme.i.
The past month up to date has been the most
active in the history of domestic Wool in the
United Mates, and this will apply to California as
well as Massachusetts, where sales have been of
greater magnitude than at any former lime in the
same period. Our quotations give a full average
price for the different classes of Wool named, and
we can say that the market gains rather than loses
8 rength, so that Woo -growers may look forward
to better times anl better prices for several years
to come, Sales for the week 600,000 lbs." Spring
clip Is quoted as follows: North -m, 13@16c ft tbs
Mountain, ll@13c; Footbl 1, 9@llc; San Joaquin,
year's clip, B®9c: do, seven months, 8® 100%. lb;
Nevadas, 10@12c; Eastern Oregon, 10@12c.
HOPS-6fc>Bc ft lb for fair 10 choice and 9®loc
for fancy. contracts are being drawn at B@loc
for new Oregons and 7yj®9c for new Wasttlngtons
and 8V 3 ®loc for CalLorul-s.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
BAGS-Calcutta Grain Bags, 4%c; San Quentin,
$5 40; Wool Bags, 24@27c.
COAL- Wellington, *8 New Wellington. $8;
Soutnfield Wellington. $7 60; Seattle. $5 50;
Bryant, $5 60; Coos Bay, $4 75; Wallsend, $7 50
ft ion; Cumberland, $14 50 ft ton in bulk and
$15 50 in sacks: Pennsylvania, Anthracite Egg,
$15 ft ton; Welsh Anthracite, $8®10: Gunnel, $9
ft ton: Rock Springs, Castle Gate and Pleasant
Valley, $7 60; Coke, $11@1_ in bulk and $13 ft
ton in sks. .
SUGAR— The Western Sugar Refinery Company
quotes, terms net cash: Cube and Crush. d and
Flue Crushed, 63/ 8 c; Powdered, 6%c: Urv Granu
lated, 6y 8 c ft lb: confectioners' A, fii/^c: Magnolia
A, 4%c: Extra C, 424 c; Golden C. 46/ 8 a : v.andy
Granulated, 53/ 8 c; half-barrels i/±c more than
barrels, and boxes Vie more.
SAN FRANCISCO MEAT MARKET.
Hogs are weak at the decline.
Wholesale rates for dressed stock from slaugh
terers are as follows: •; ' ; - -V; ..
BEEF First qua ity, 5y 3 c ft lb; second do, sc;
third do, 4®4y 3 c ft lb.
VEAL— __arge, 5y 2 ®6y 3 c: small, 7@Bc ft lb.
MUTTON— Wethers,: sV2@!:c; Ewes, 6&5 l /_c
X* lb.
LAMB-Snring. 6y»@7y 2 c 1. lb.
PORK— Live Hogs, 3y_:C ror large and 83/ic
tor small and medium; . soft Hogs, 2i/ 3 1 c
ft lb; dressed do, 6c. ->..'•;*.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
FOR 24 HOURS.
Flour, or sks.... 13 827 hutmc ctig. .„___, 292
Oregon 14.90'J Cheese. ctti. .._._. 302
Wheat, ctls.... 1,415 Eggs, dos __ 11.400
Parley, ctls 975! Wide*, ...... 428
Corn. East, ctls.. 400 j felts. tbdts. ./.,_. 3,189
Peans. sks. ...._, 20 Wins. gats. -- Tlr 16,000
Potatoes, sks.. _. 3.622 Wool. 01s _ 137
Onions, sks 285 Oregon. 20;
Hay. tuns __ 443 I. earner, r011i.... 210
Straw, t0n5...... . 20 Hops. bis.. 1
illouaii^j. „«._.. 75 Lima, uois. ..__ 240
ran. sks 1.770 Paper, reams... 1,470
Oregon, sks. 1,600 • -7*
THE STOCK MAEKET.
Mining stocks were weaker and the best prices
were lower than tno-p of the preceding day.
The Champion Mining Company of Nevada
County has declared Its thirty-ninth dividend of
26 cents per share, payable on the 20th.
The New York and Honduras Rosario Mining
Company has declared a dividend of 10 cents per
share, payable on July 21. :..;.'
The I'acific surety Company has declared quar
terly dividend of 2 per cent, payable immediately.
The Mercur Mining. Company of Utah has de
clared a dividend of 12% cents per share, amount
ing to 825,000. payable July 20.
•I he Silver King Mining Company of Utah paid
a dividend of 25 cents per ars, amounting to
f.. 7.500, oi Jul,- 10.
fl hep Kentuck t Consolidated: delinquent assess
ment sale will be held to-day..
Montnly and quarterly dividends will be paid by
a number of local.' corporations to-day, Including
the Oakland Gas, Light and Heat Company 25
cents, Bank of California f3, Nevada Bank 81 50
and California Safe Deposit and Trust Company
f 1 SO per share.
I ho output of ore fom the Overman mine for
the past week amounted to seven mining car
loads, of the average assay value of 841 25 p.r
ton. This ore was extracted from small streaks,
which are being followed above the north drift on
the bOO level. . There Is- no change in the appear
ance of these streaks, which are likely to furnish
a fair quantity of good ore for some time to come.
Last week th- mine was in operation five days
only, as no work was' done lon Monday, July 6.
When there is. asu indent accumuia ion of Over
man ore It will be wor.ed at the Brun. wick mill.
'1 he r, pairs to the engine at the main shaft of
the Yellow Jacket mine have been wholly com
pleted, and men have been put 'to work making
icpairs wherever necessary on the 1000 and llOu
levels. It is expected by the management that
the latter work will be completed by August 1
and that everything will' be in shape at tbat time
to resume prospecting on; thoss levels at palms
where there are good Indications for finding o-e.
Men have also been put to work in the J ..lot Yel
low Jacket, Crown Point and Kentuck Conso'l
dated west drift, on the "sagebrush" level of the
Yellow Jacket shaft. Thp repairing and enlarge
ment of this drift. were suspended pending the
overhauling of the machinery at the mouth or the
shaft. _iy August 1 they expect to have the re
pairs and other cban.es in tha- west drift com
pleted, and then the west country will be explored
a. t point.
BOARD SALES.
Following were the ■ sales In - the San Francisco
Stock Board yesterday: „ .
REGULAR MORNING* SESSION, COMMENCING 9:30.
3-n 100 Ovrmn.. .09:3-0 Mavage...22
-00 Ch11nge....41 3 10 Potosi. ..-46 400 V --_. 62
100 ChUr......7. 151 bNev.„..9l 100 ............61
100 Occidtl.... 11 100 ......... 9-1
AFTERNOON I SESSION— 2:3O.
100 Alpha 14 100 r-.iT.ice....2*J500 Utah ....06
100 HAN 8:-i 100 (IST 87.i0J XJaCl_et..49
100 Mexican..3'- 150 .'.......-..86 700 48
200 0cc1d.. ....!_ 250 86
Following were the bales 'in the Pacific Stock
Board yesterday: •'■'-,;.*>"~
-"REGULAR session— lo:3o. '•■',"'
-On Alpha 15 60 coun 107y_ 900 Potosl ....43
450 A!tfi..-....06d00 Crwn Pi. ..2 60.1 ft. rare.... 22
200 Andes..... 15 .Od UAC 88 -00 Scoroioo..o4
3:0 Belcher ...18 10')H*_N ..'.-•** «50 BB«fcM._.os
20» 8*b......4t 1 100 Justice.. 1600 c. v.... 90
'"0 .;;.... .„.741 150 ...."... ....U6 100 .....v..... 89
601 Fuiliou....ofe .60 Mexican. 3- 100 .......... 88
200 Ca1ed.....09 100 0ccdt.....1 - - -00 Liuon 42
300 Challge...4l 100 Ophir. ....65 960 Utah 06
450 Chollar ...li. 100 ......f..'.-84 70J » J«*»....6i.<
200 .:.....' ...77 200 ....:. :..7. 63800 ......... ...62
MB ..........^75 400 0vrmn.. ..09 300 ...... .....51
100 CC-.V...1.30 200 Polos .....44 400 50
300 1.271& -00 . ..;.:.:. 46U00 ._.;. ...... 49
AFTERNOON* SESSION— 2:3O.. :
•iOn Ai. **•> 15 :'U(li> * *- ....-Hl' 120 > •» Nev. ..86
200 Andes-.:. 14 iOO HAN 8: 100 ...........85
10 1 Belcher.... lb iOO L Wash... _t'B ...... 7. ....83
20 J 14 8....39 200 __ci.....-3. -00 ............82
600 8u11i0n. ...0s 200 Occidtl.... 1'- 30J Uni0n...... «l
200 -hall «*. ..M(« ,0 ) Ophir...-. 6i 31)0 .....40
150 Choir 7.100 :....:. ...-6". 500 Utan.....: OS
800 .......... .74 iOO Overmm..oß V .*_*.*... 60
800CCV..1.27Va7J- P0t051.....4S 500 ..V... 49
. 60 C0nn... .1.05 503 Savage. .. . 22 1350 .......... 48
40 J C Pol at.... lb 1050 6
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
WEDNESDAY. July 14—4 P. f . ■.
Bid Asked. Bid. Asked.
AlphaOon..... is 14 lull* ...... — 06
Alt*...'. _ 05 06 Ju5tice......... 04 06
Andes.. ....... 14 15'k-entnei_. 04 t)6
Belcher 17 1. Mexican 31 32
Best A Beloaar 39 40 Nevada OSMO, — —
Bullion _ 09 10 jccldentai...-. 11 12
Caledonia...... 07 19 Opb-r.......... 61 62
Chollar ........ 74 78 Overman...... 09 10
ComCalAVa... 1.26 1.31 t0t05i... ....... 43 44
ChallenM Ooa. 37 39 .avaga. ...._._ 22 23
1 in. import*.. 01 ' I* .corpion...._ — ' "
Confidence.... LOO 1.05 est. Belcher. . 06" 00
too New rot. — •12 nver Hill 01 02
Crown Point... 18 19 .lerra N*.va4_. 82 83
_-asi«ierra_««» — 114 tandard .;....' — 1.60
Eureka Ooa._ — 25 -yndlcata. .... 01 ts
ticneauer .... 01 02 .; cam...— " 40 41
l*ou*u«)c Curry. 32 33 - iau.- 06 '7
__*_.!«. »».Norci-fc 83 86 . •*'»*. J»o«t« ' 47 48
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
* WEDNESDAY. July 14-2 F. M.
' UNITED STATICS BONDS. ;
Bid. Asked. I ... ~ Bid. Asked.
C_<4» eonr*.li2i, 3 — U 8 4sr«g... x_J «lUtt
lonew issue 1. 5 — 1
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. )
mi'ltCblM.. HI .4 "-"■ Oak 55.. - T»«
cSSIicL 6.127 - Do 2d ls 6a.. 108%1091/4
CntraCW6» - 97 Omnibus 6*. 123»/il24y s
Dpnt-stex-cp — 100 PAORytts. - 113
LAP 6s 127 - PACh Ry 6s. 101 -
I<tCHRR6sIO734 — Pwl-st RBBtll4i_illß
Wearv-st - 102% Reno. WLAL - 105
J_ CAS &v_s. 100 — PAW*— 100
Los Ang L6l — 100 |_FANFR6<.. 102 102%
DoGnteed 6) — 100 i-PRRAriuli 93 94
Mkt-stCble6sl22V_ - *PRRCaloi. 107% -
DoßyCon Os. 109 10834'-PRRca-(>.. — »0
NatVln6slst — -00 ;-PBrßCal6_. 102 105
NevCNgß7s. — 105 BY Water 6s. 119 —
J\ RvCal 6s. 104 105 .V Water 4s. 101 14 102
N-tyCtaae. — 95 -iktaOdtEn — 102%
WATEB STOCKS. ...
Contra Costa 30y - ISprng Valley 100 101
MarlnCa..- 50 - 1 ?./.-■-'-_.'
BAS AND ELECTRIC ' STOCKS .
Capital. . - 26 ilaciflo . 46% 47.4
Central, 88% •* IS G<fcEleo. 97% 97%
M Light 7% 8% san Frauosoo 3 31/4
U«t.l,_H 64 55 StOCJ-tOU. ... — 15
Pao i.aa Imp 93 93%| ff
. _.* * - INSURANCE STOCKS.
Flreman'srvlßo 1.6 | ■ ; _
COMMERCIAL BANK STOCKS.' ,J.7;C_£7
Anglo-Cat 50V 3 — |_u»iKa.'.o-i;iH 190
Bankof CaU. 2373.240 London PA A. 127 —
CalbDAlOo 99 103 |.«erchE__ '.iii —
SAVINOS BANK ■ STOCKS. .
Per*ALCo_i34'J — I Say Al-oan.. — 106
HumbSAL.llO) — security. .....J.-O —
Mutual 30 40 Union Trust. 25 1000
b-S»*- Union 440 — I
BTBKET RAILROAD STOCKS. ,
California.... i«*B' 112 lOakBLAHay __ 100
wear/- 5t....- *9 — Presidio..... 6 —
Mark. .-at..,. -.-!,- i.:\
POWDER STOCKS. "
Attention... It 17 iGlantCox.,. 29 31
California.... 90 115 j V1g0rit....... 1»4 .1 % j
Eastern _>..„ 8-% 84 | . .....
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
Alaska Piers. 97% — INat Vmoo.. 3y, 7y
Ger Lead CO. 100 140 Ocean lcSSOo — 24
HawCASCa. 16i/g 161/i'Pac A — 3%
Hutch »POO _7y_ 27.4.1 Pac ßoraxCa 89 —
MerExAssx. 90 —,_-, |Parf PalntCo 0 7
6_i.__-yoi.MJ" b___«lo.V.
Board — ?*-V '-.'..
103 Alaska Packers' Association 97 50
5 do do _.; 97 37y 2
60 do do ._ 97 25
10 Hawaiian C0mmercia1..........;... 16 25
30 do do _..... 16 12%
60 Hutchinson SP C 0...... 27 50
100 Mutual Electric Light. 7 76
40 8 F Gas A Electric C 0............... 97 50
26 do do 97 37%
60 Vlgorit Powder ......••, 1 75
Street— „'- * >
,40 8 V Water 100 75
SALES— AFTERNOON SMS 10 A
Board— ■ '-"'-■ "y
200 Hawaiian Commercial.. 16 25
100 Hutchinson 8 Co 27 50
45 8 F Gas A Electric C 0...... b7 37%
60 V Water .....__. 100 87%
$4000 8F A N P Railway 80nd5........ 102 -6
Mreet— * ' " ■' '"-v ::'•
75 Bank of California..... 238 00
10 S V Water 100 75
160 do do „ 100 87y s
HOTEL ABBIVALS.
PALACE HOTEL
W E Brigbtman, R I A sinebo.bam, Mass
J C Wheat, New York Mrs C H Harvey. Pa
F S Chad ren. Ohio J' 8 Lippy, Washington
D A Welch, Boston J L Lippy, Washington
A Blair, st Louis Mrs T b Lippy, Wash
C Vehmeyer, Chicago J P Whitney. Boston
M S(holio:d. Maine P Whitney, Boston
j C X curia. I s N V Whitney. Boston
1 H Hewer, Mill Valley Mny Burlingame, N V
U A i.upaale, San Mateo J F Dennis, Reno
C Arnold, Victoria C T Gleason, N V
G M Gilllopie, NY A Knight <fe w, Ohio
F W Flint. Los Angeles J B F rish, Denver
E s Blburk, Los Ang GK Farish, Denver
C F Huede, Coronado T H-Minard, Denver
W G Nevin, Los Ang Emma B Stanley. 111
J L Tous'.ow. samara * arnara J E Fogg, St Louis
J i. Hitchcock, Los Aug W J Ronlev, Louisville
! it E Hyds, Visalia D B Homes, N V
.1 A Bickneil. Los Ang Mis W M Butler, Mo
tt A Clark, Montana Miss Rutherford, Mo
1- R Meeker, Utah Bertha Rutherford. Mo
E R Stanton. N V W M Carroll & w. Mo
A Dodge, Michigan Mrs OH Vehmeyer, 111
F West, Stockton U Sidebjtham. Sta Bar
Miss Eunice C'oo__ey,N V C cookey, N V
Miss V Wes-.cott. NY Jwo Broadhead, Mo
C H Harvey, Pa OP Harvey, Pa
Miss A £ Loagaken, Pa
GRAND HOTET.
E H Brown, Hollister N McConnell &w, N V
Dr H Brown, san Jose J E Marlowe, Sacto
J L Hut. he son, Cal. Mrs M A Hudson, Cal
J M Kile. Stockton Mis. L A Firby, Cal
Mrs J R Shaffn-r.Traver B Thorp &w, N V
L Hancbett, Santa Cruz Miss G store---. Pa
Miss Pa'mer, St Louis Miss A M T. il. Pa
J Hatch &w. Phlla Miss M Pierce, Term ■
Mis* Hatch, Philadelphia A Robertson <fe f, scotlnd
Miss J M Hatch, Phila C R Hur.l <fe w, Denver
A Hatch, Philadelphia ' Miss Dura, Denver
G B Coll, Sacto Mrs Rose Phillips. Wash
Mrs B Alexander, Wash W E Mackay. Wash
Gen Bushnell. Term JO tt estwood, Alaska
J L Clutton, Detroit Fred Pierce/Alaska
C A Clausen, NY H L Levesque, Alaska
W w Foote, Oakland S B Rhoods, Alaska
S Porter it w, Mass J B Arrison, Phila
J A Wilson, Red Bluff W H Ross, Ind
A Taylor, Madera J E Kirk <fe w, Peoria
H M hale, Los Ang Mr* W H Tayl r, Mo
J T Larkin, Benicia W R Gray, .--a t La*e
Dr G H Morrall.SiaClar Lettice Chapman.Ls Ang
S tt" Bly the. Downey OB Horn berger, Chicago
C Llttlefle d& w, Mass 8 -White. _. V . •
G W Morrow, Vt RE Baer, Cloverdale
SE Morrow, Vt Dr J M Blodgett, I odi
Mh. Germain, Fresno Mrs JW. Kelly, Cat
S H Valentine, Los Ang s c Cornell. Merced
Mrs Richardson, Mich J B Richardson, Suisun
J '1 up; er, Sacto Florence Rogers. Term
A E Barb r, Stockton Miss L Harris st Louis
Dr S E Custer, Dayton Miss M.Lasar, St Louis •
A Manasse, Napa k Halliday," Farm ing to i
W L l_o_un. As.oria J Holiday, Farmlngton
EE Ka ser, Term Miss M Robinson, StLuis
J Klempp. Stockton Miss V Robinson, St Luis
H W Leonard, Trinity Miss J Farmer, st Louis
B F Young, Term •, , V P Bead, st Louis
Mrs J J Keily, Salinas Miss Garver, st Louis
Miss M Kelly, Salinas Miss F. Meyer. St Loui.
II Dou«ias, Guarmas M c Webb. Ohio
H A Tupper, Denver L Calhoun. Ohio '
W Kingard, Ohio S H McKee, Pittsburg
M M Patterson, Plttsbrg R sbolu, St L .vis
Miss X Caldwell, Mo C.Walker, M Louis
Llliie Lewi-,, onio J __ Mi chell, Mo
Annie Rankin. Ohio Miss Or* Mitche 1, Mo
Helen Epshu ii, Ohio Mrs H H Ciray, Mo
i- (iith Farr.s, Ohio Miss Edmonston, Mo
Mrs J B Needles, 111 Miss Neva Smith, Mo
Mis Minnie dies, 111 R L Hot Mo
Miss M Th. ma*, Ok Mis R 1. Hope. Mo
Mrs F D Genung, IT B H Downing, Mo
Miss M Pldeuour. Mo F N Isaac. Hanford
Miss Herman, St Louis G Peterson, Oakdale
Mrs R M Bttgg, Mo :. D Johnson, Los Angeles
Mary E Bugg, Mo J C Mench, Alton, 111
A S Davl* & wf, Mo:" Mrs J W Brittain.Boston
J E Breckinridge, Utah : .' ._••-.
■ BALDWIN HOTEL • '■■>'•
C Peck, Kalamazoo S Caro,' N V •
M 1) Nelld, Vallejo F D Saunders, Nebr
J H Lilian*'. San Bafaei C Franks, San Balael
A T Bas°*ford, sausalito E G crowd is, N J
C iiuwKins, New City L a Dickey, Honolulu
N S Hambright. Phlla B P Tabor. Auburn
D E Johnson, Chicago A Goldman. Baktffsfield
Mrs c. 7. Benson, Pa Miss G Burt, Dcs Moines
J MCald well, Bennington FED re mmer, Ben ton
Mrs T CobbAd, Stockton F M Todd, An bur i
Q Mud lock. Stockton E EWaideil, Washington
Mrs M Joues. Oakland C E Jacksou Aw, Mo
NEW WE STEIN HOTEL ;
E H Lovelace, Kan City. H H Schell. Ft Madison
S smith, NY' P J Ryan, Peoria
W B Pyrees.Walnt Grve C 1-. Hans -n. WalntGrove
O Coultl, Alcatraz ' F.Henderson, Ft Bayance
G II Morris, Ft j-.ayauce J <• Beta er. Ft Bayance :
A Q Leveron, 1 ream* W D Clausen, U S N
J J Hay-wine. U S N Mis. Collins, lowa Falls
Miss Cowan, lowa Falls J O'Brien. Kane Spriugs
W B Angus. WalntGrve C J Lambert, Los Aug
H -heran _•- w, Los Ang - H G Breihulem, N M
MrsM Williams &d, N M .... \ - : . .-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
City and County of --an Francisco to Almlra S.
Townsend, lot on SW corner ol O'Farrell street
and Van Ness avenue, W 178:8 by 8 120; $ .
Joseph Magner to Benjamin D. . lie an, lot on S
line of O'Farrell street. 190 W of Oougn, W 30 I by
S 120: also all interest in lot beginning 190 W of
Gough street and 120 S of , O'Farre 1, _W HO by 8
17:6; $10. " . '
Kate Shaw to Isabel T. Glennon, lot on X lihe of
Vallejo street, 81:3 VV of Octavia, VV 27 by N 125:
910. > ' ' '-■■-- 5. V- '>. y ■ -- ■ ■- -y:
Bien zi and Mary C. Hughes to John W. Riley,
lot on W line of Laguna street, 87:6 3 of Page, a
25 by.W 100; $10. ° ' --. _ y.yr-y
- Elizib th._-. Gallagher (McKay), wife of Cor
miic, to Margaret McKay, lotion. W line of Halter
street. 02:8 Nof (ieary, N2O by VV 68:9: gift. 7,.
Colman O' lo Ie io Kate O'Toole. lot on E line of
Boyce street, 100 N of Point Lobos avenue, N 25
by E 120; gift. yy- '. "y< .. -'• • : ?" -■■■■-.-■■' :■ "-.
William 8; helps to Jane Phelps, block 323,
bounded by Jefferson, Beach," West Seven. and
Wwsi- Eighth s reets, excepting NW corner of
Beach and Laguna. 5 I to a coin-, on shore line or
b .y, sw : to *\ line of Beach street, s and E to
beginning; gift. 7, "" ;'*■"'
Ely I. and Helen J. Hutchinson to Julia E.
Sptnnev, lot on N line of Thirteenth street, 25 E
of Stevenson, E.2S by N 85; $10 ;
Jo.eph A. Oliver to James. Egan, lot beginning
272:6 W of Church street and 139:5% 'Si- of
Eighteenth, N l°.3:3^g, BE -25:0%, S 121:7. W
25; $900 .. ' :,;.-.°:*.v:.r.-::...; ..:. .7^7. 7
lernando and Julia A. Nelson to Eugene W.
Lan6enbach, lot on N line ol Liberty street, 180 E
of Cas:ro, E : 5 by N 114: $10.
"Same to John B. Stone, lot on N line of Liberty
street 205 X or Castro, __ 2:> by N 114: $10.
Same to Julius Witt, lot on 8 line of Twentieth
street. 265 E of Castro. __ 29 by a 114; *> 10.
Same to George W. Stone, lot on N line of Lib
erty street, 280 Eof Castro E 25 b N 11_; $10.
■ Same to Lewis K. Meredith, lot on E linn of
Castro street, 101:6 S or Twentieth, S 25 by E
105; $10. „ ___
Ida J. crowell to Alexander B. Truman, lot on
E line of Valencia stree., 80 N of twenty-third,
N 25 by E 125; $10.
Hudson Herbert to Owen MeCann, lot on N line
of Twenty-sixth s-ieet, 49 :4 i /a \> of Harrison, W
73:1%. by SOO; $10. 7
Fiederick C. (Matthews to Mary A. Matthews,
lot on N line of Liberty street, 100 W of Guerrero,
W .6 by N 114; sift.
Henry Gulgnard to Ellen Leary. lot on X line
of Twenty-sixth street, 16.) W of Church, W 26:8
by N 114; »240.
Gustavus Ros-ncrantz to Lillie B. Ros-ncrantz,
undivided : -16 of lot on E line of Kearny street,
65 S or Post, 8 20 by E 100: $1".
Helen Alexander to Goida Alexander, lot on
8 line of O'Farrell street, 62:6 Eof Powell, E 25
by 587:6: gift.
Pacific Land Association to E. W. Scott. lot on
W line of Rhode Island street. 150 8 of Butte or
Ninet-enth. W 9H, SW 180, S 3, SE 201, N 31:9,
W 100, N 25, E 100. N 113:9: $5.
ALAMEDA COUNTY.
Mary H. Simpson to Adelia and Margaret Mad
den, lot on S line of Simpson avenue, 938:6 W of
Telegraph, W 6, S 106 63, E 6. N 106.33 to begin
ning, being the W 6 feet of lot 21, Simpson's
Tract. Oakland: $10. =- 7
J. S. and Cornelia E. Colburn to Clarence G. In
gersoll, lot on N line of Division street, 30 Eof
Pine, E 26 by N 100, block 688. Oakland: $10.
Henry Hillebrand and as trus ees for Reuben S.
Carpentier to E. H. Pardee, lots 1 to 11, 26, 27
and 28. block 154. Oakland; $72.
Mrs. E. M. Carley to Mary M. Barrett, lot 198,
block M, Beulah Park Camp Meeting Tract, East
Oakland; $10.
Builders' Contracts.
Charlotte F. Clarke with Val Franz, contractor;
H. Williamson, sub-contractor sewers, gasfltting
and plumbing in building at SW corner Geary and
Powell streets, $1350; Phil Schwerdt, architect.
same with same sub-contractor, D. J. Brenan,
excavation, brick, cement and granite work for
same, $2576; same architect.
Mary A. skelly with Daniel Powers, brick, car
penter and Iron work'for a three-story building on
W line of Powell street, 85 3 of Geary, $5557;
same archie, ■" v. . .-' . -..-■ ', ; '■ .
THE CALL CALENDAR.
July, 1897.
6
12
W. Th |
1
I
7 8
14- 16 |
21 22
28 29
16
3
10
17
3 First Qi
July
f V* Full IJood.
\%) July 13.
24
/j^Last Quart
>i-/ July 21.
• /«■* New Moon.
l^j? July 29.
OCEAN STEAMERS.
Dates of Departure From San Francisco.
BTEAMEK | DKBTINATION. j
SAILS.
| PIKB.
Arcata
Corona
City Puebia
Czarina
(Jhllfcat
State of Ca!
Eureka
City Peking
Huraboidi..
I'omnnn
City Sydney
Santa Rosa.
Walla Walls
Coos Bar. ..
Columbia...
Moana ......
Cleveland ..
farallon...
Oregon ports..
coos .Bay
\ San Dieeo.
Vie * Pet and
looi 8ay. .....
Ferndals.
l'orllana
Newport I
! China Japan!
i Ham bold IBs v 1
HnmboLdtßat .
Panama.
•Jan Die* a |
Vie <fc Pet Sao I
Newport
| Portland :
j Sydney I
; Paget Sound.. '
| Yuaulna Bar. ;
July 16.12 a
July 15.10 am I
JUly 15.11 AM!
July 16. SUM ]
July 1tt.12 m
I July 16, Ipm
i July 17.1C/AH
I July 17. »am
! jiUv 17. Ipm
July 17. 2pm i
July 17. In
July 19,12 m
July 19. Ham!
July 20, 9am!
> in y 21. i-au
I July 22.1U&M
Jul7 2pm
I 1u1y22, spm
July 23.10 ah !
! I'ier I J
| I'ler 13
I'ierll
; Piar 9
Pier i
Pier 13
fler -n
PlsrU
I'M SS
Pier <
Pier 9
I'M 3 8
Pier 1 1
Plats}
Pier U
Pier
Pier 7
Pier a
! PI« 2
_TEA_IEK- TO AKKIVK.
.stkamkb I
Dpjc
Czarina
Ennki.
La Madeleine..
Crescent City...
Humboldt
C'hllkat.
Walla Walla...
I'omont..
Mackinaw
Santa Uosa
Columbia
Washtenaw ....
Proereso
Cleveland.
Weeott
Coon Bay
Arcau...
bnn0L.,,..,
Corona
Cmatllla. |
>araU0n.. ......
Colon
Orizaba
Htnteof Cal ....
Coo.i >»».■ ....
Newport. ..
San Jose de (Guatemala
I'roscea: Uliv
Humbotd; Bar...
Eel Klver
Victoria is I'ucec ftouai
Hamboldi Bay
I Taccma _
San Diego. _..
Portland.
Tucomi ......
Seattle......
Puget Sound
Crescent City
! >>«vD0rt... ........ ...... j
I Coos Bay |
urays Haroor
|sanDle«o
I Victoria <x J'ucec Bound
' Vaquuia Bay... ......
Pr.nama !
Mexico
P0rt1and. ......
' Juiv-15
! ..July 15
i..July 15
| ..Julv 15
! ..July 15
..Juiy 15
.July IB
..July 16
..July IB
..July 17
..Jmy 18
..July 18
..July 18
I ..July 19
i ..July 39
! ..julv 19
i ..ju:v la
..July 21
..July 21
..July 21
..Ju:y 21
' ..July 21
1 ..July i! 2
I J:ily2H
SUN, MOON AND . 'lIOE.
UNITXTI status COAST and GFOTIETtO SIT Eff 11 y-
TIMES and BXIfIHTS of High and Low
Waters at Fort Point. Entrance to
I-an Francisco Bat. Published bt OFFI
CIAL AI'TUORIT- OF THK SUPERINTENDENT.
Note— The high and low waters occur at ths
City Front (Mission- sire*. Wharf) about twenty
five minutes lzu.c than at Fort Point; tv« nel jUt
of tide is the same at both places.
•July -18»7
Thurs. ay. July 15.
Sunrises „ 4. 691 Moon rises 8.34pm
Sun sets 7. 33 1 M00n sets.!."''"
SjTlme
Time;
|hw|
Feet 11^1
_ L W j
I Feet il^?! Feet
|H W[
16 li. :.(>
H W
17 0.5 a
18 1.50
19 250
20 4.0U
21 1 5.1 d
-0.4
5.4
4.8
4 !?
37
3.4
x.'Ja
2.00
L \V
7.28
8.0:
H. 5.9
f1.17
9 56
4.81 i>.so
6.1 51
H W
0.2 2.80
0.9 3.02
1.5 X.."6
2.1 4.12.
2.7 j 4.60
6.0
6.0
ft 1
5. 2 1
6. 2 1
L ' W
I 7.60
{»••■•
2.6
2.4
•i.'£
2.0
111.00
!
Not*— In 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 ai to time. The second time
column gives the second tide of the day, the third
time column the third tide, andthe last or right
hand column gives tha last tide of the day, except
when there are but three I tides, as sometimes
•ccurs. The heights • given are additions to the
soundings on ', the United States Coast Survey
charts, except when a minus sign (— ) precedes the
height, and then the number given la subtractlr*
from the depth given by the charts. . . --
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
A branch of the United States Hydrographlo
Ofilce located ln the Merchants' ExchaDee ls
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners without regard to nationality and free or
expense. -ryy :;7... -r:±.\.-
Navigators are cordially Invited to visit the
office, where complete sets of charts and sailing
directions of the world are . kept on han.r or com
parison and reference, and the latest information
can always be obtained regarding lights, dangers
to navigation and all matters of Interest to ocean
commerce.
The time, ball on too of the building on Tele
graph Hill la hoisted about ten minutes before
noon, and is dropped at noon, 120 th meridian, by
telegraphic signal received each day from the
United States Naval Observatory at Mare Island
Cal. - ..aaap_iw_gjßLMii_ii'*Biv;- •■- •■■'■'. .vy . -
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 paper*
and by the morning papers the following day.
v«v-'°..7_. .'- w. a Hughes.
Lieutenant, U. S. N., In charge.
The Time Ball.
Branch Hydro-graphic- Off-tow. it a. Vt > ■*
Merchants' Exchange ' V ■
v- . .;. San Francisco. July 14.1897. )
Tbe time ball on Telegrapn HII. was droDpel
exactly at noon to-day— L c.. at noon of the 120t__
meridian, or exactly at a*. __„ Greenwich time.
' .'•'- W. s. Hughes.
Lieutenant U. s. N„ iv charge.
6 HIPP AN G INT»LLIGKNCK.
Aiiived.
WEDNESDAY. July 14.
, Stmr Navarro, Hlggins, 18 hours from Usal:
rr ties, too A Hooper A Ca
I stmr Excelsior. Higg.ns. 13 days from St Mlch
aeK, v '?, Unala3 . :ft * dairs: P«s ana mose, to
Alaska. Comme.cial Co.
Stmr A Willamette.?- Holmes,- 77 hours . from
Sea lie: 2850 tons coal, to Oregon Imp Co
« Stmr - South Coast. Zaddurt, 45 hours 'from
g^jieme, via Ventura 40 hours: produce, to J X
Stmr goquille River, Drlsko. 40 hours from Co
quile R ' v,>r: pass and mose, to O C Benjamin. ■"
€ Stmr Scotia. • Johnson, 20 hours rem Bock por.;
25- M ttlu i.b.r, io J X Haniiy. . .7
Schr Lillebonne, Hansen, 4 days from Grays
Har-or: iui_iO-r.7to E X Wood number Co. Up
rive direct. .
b_Schr- -Jennie Thelin. Hansen, 5 d.vs from
Grays Haroor; - — M ft lumber. to Simpson Lum
ber Co. '.
■_■ Schr Newark, 8eck.:, 25 hours from Notleys
Land.ng: 160 cds bark, to F Heywood.
Schr Arthur I, Krog, 35 hourslfrom No leys
Landing; wood, to N versen. 7
*-ita_--d.-' .- r '-'-
WEDNESDAY. July 14.
Stmr Corona, Jepsen. San Diego; i Goodall, Perk
ins A Co. ' » .
_ Stmr City of Puebla, Debney, Victoria and Port
Townsend: Goodall, Perkins A Co.
liar. A nic Johnson. Mut.on. Hl'.o; J D Spreck
els A Bros Co, , v
>ul|«.,|.. .
:■- b' WEDNESDAY, July 14. b-
Btmr. Whitesboro. Johnson.
Stmr Weeott. Miller. Cr.scent City.
. Stmr Farallon, Roberts, Vaqulna Bay.
Stmr Truckee, Daniels. Grays Harbor
StmrCleooe. strand. Albion. :
stmr Alex Duncan. Hinkle, southern coast.
Schr Salvator, Jensen, Tacoma.
Schr Muriel, ( arlson. Tacoma.
Schr Western Home. sou. Eureka , . ■
Schr Five Brothers, « il«on. ' •
8 hr Bender Brothers. ZaUdart, Walsh-} Landing.
. Schr Reliance, Hansen. ;
_.«-Je;;r»*phio.
POINT LOBOS, July -10 p. M.-Weathsr
foe_y: wind SW: velocity 12 mites. .
Charier*.
Th" Br ship Rathdownis chartered for wheat to- -
Caltao, 15s ' ._.-_____
The Br bark Dirra loads lumber on the hound
for Sydney, owners' account.
s nnksn
Jun' 13-Lat 18 N, long 37 W. Br ship River
side, from Shields, for san Francisco. .
: ...Mll.-->tl_ r- • -_..
PORT HARFORD— SaiIed July 14— Schr Nep
tune, tor Ever tt.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived July 14— Schr .
John D Tailant, from san Pedro.
ASTORlA— Arrived July 14— Bktn Addenda, fm
Tientsin.
UMPQUA- Sailed July 13— Schr Louise, for San
Pedro. , .
MENDOCINO— SaiIed July 14— Stmr Pt Arena,
for san Francisco. '= v ;
PORT GAMBLE— Sailed July 14— Bark Fresno,
for Honolulu: schr Ida Schnauer. for San Fran-',
Cisco. - -•■•-■■'■ ■;'
SAN PEDRO— Sailed July 14-Schr Beulah, for
San Francisco. .. ■ -
TACOMa— cleared July — Bark Ceylon, for
Honolulu.
COOs BAY— Arrived July 14-Schr Daisy Rowe
hence July 5.
EUREKA-Salled July 14— Stmr Humboldt, for
San Francisco.
MENDOCINO-Salled July 14-richr Bobolink,
lor San Francisco.
PORT BLAKELEY-Arrived July 14-Schr
Fanny Dutard, Horn Ventura.
NEWPORT-Arrivea July 14-3chr John A
Campbell, from Port Blakeley.
..sailed July 14— . Mr Alcazar. --."•""■.
EEL RIVER-Salled July 14— 8tmr Chilkat, for
San Francisco.
TATOOSH-Passed July 14-Br bark Pomona
from Chemainns, for Freemantle.
ASTORlA— Arrived Jul* 14— Bark Vidette. frm
Port Townsend ; stmr Columbia, hence Juiy 12.
EUREKA— Airived July 14— stm.- Santa Cruz;
hence July 12: stmr Pomona, hence July 18,
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived July 14— Schr. '-
Esther Buhne, from Honolulu: schr Rob.-rt :
Searles. from Honolulu.
REDONDO— sailed July 14— Schr Halcyon, for :
Eureka.
BOWENS LANDING- Arrived July 14-Schr
Monterey, hence July 12.
SAN DlEGO— Arrived July 14-Stmr National.
City, from San Pedro.
Foreign Horn.
SANTA ROSALlA— Arrived July 10-Hawschr
Hono ulu, from Victoria. . .
TTER ROADS — Arrived July 13— Br shin '
Clan Galbraith, hence March 15. .'
PANAMA— A ved July 2— Simr Newport, hee •
June 10.
sailed July 30— stmr Starbuck, for Acapulco. .
PLYMOUTH— Arrived July 13— Br bark Can.
dida, from Portland.
YOKOHAMA- sailed July 8-Stmr China, for
San F'unclsco.
b HONGKONG— Arrived July 12— Br stmr Coptic,
hence June 11; no date, Br stmr Empress of Japt a .
irom Vancouver. -..;-.;
NANAlMO— Arrived July 14— Bark Wllna, hoc
June .8.
SHANGHAI— SaiIed July 13— Schr Robert Sud
den, for Puget sound. ;
Imports^'-nt .
ST. MICHAELS- Per Excelslor-9 bxs 1 bag 1
pkg gold nugget 11 pkgs mdse.
HUENEME AND VENT UR A-Per Bouth Coast
— 4y79sks barley, 185 cs honey, 2166 sks beans, 3
bxs lemons. 228 sks corn.
COQUILLE RIVER-Per Coqullle River— 22 cs
31 tubs lb bxs outter, 1 bale pelts. 109 bdls broom
bandies, 1 pkg axles, 8 Dales flannels, 42 head cat
tle, 100 Mft lumber, 210 tons coal. ...■ . . ..
Consignee*.
Per Excelsior— Alaska Commercial Ca
Per South Coast— Field A Stone; A Gerberdlng
A Co; ' Erlanger A Gallnger: J X Armsby & Co; S P
Milling Co; II Dutard; Labor Exchange.
Per Coqnilie River— Podge, Sweeney A Co; Geo
Fritch: HUmer. Bredhoff A Schulz: F B Halgbt; G
Lowenberg: Simpson Lumber Co; HulmeAHarti
Hills Bros: Miller, Sioss A Scott ; Smith's Cash
store. ■-.'.- .... .■;•
OCEAN TRAyEL' )
PACIFIC COASTTTEAMSIP Cl
HO FOR^tLASKA!
THE ELEGANT STEAMER
MEXICO
Will leave SEATTLE. Wash., JULY 25. 1897,
at 9a. m. for .Mil! GLACIER and
Ports in Alaska.
For farther information aDply to
Ticket Office, Palace Hotel,
4 New Montgomery St., San Francisco.
7 J. F. TROWBRIDGE, P. S. Supt., Seattle, Wash.
PACIFIC coast STEAflSfllf CO.
STEAMERS LEAVE BROADWAY '______
wharf, San Francisco, as follows: - -___2____!
For ports in Alaska, 9a. it July 5, 10, 15, 20,
25, 30, and every firth day thereafter.
For Victoria and Vancouver (R C), Port. Town-
send, Seattle, Tacoma, Everett, A nacorles and
New tt i atcom il_.iilr._ham Bay, Wash.), 9a. ic.
July 6, 10, 15, 20, 24, 30. and every fifth day there-
after, connecting at Vancouver with the C. P. K.
R., at Tacoma with N. P. R. R., at Seattle with G.
N. Ry., at Port Townsend with Alaska steamers.
For Eureka, Areata and Fields Landing (Hum-
boldt Bay). Str. Pomona - r. a., July 6. 9i lit, 17,
21, 26, 30, August 3. 7. 11, 16, 20, 24, 28, _epien_-
ber 1, 6, 10, 14. 18, 22, 27. . i- —•
For Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Simeon, Cayucos,
Port Harford (San Luis Obispo), Gaviota, Santa
Barbara, Ventura, Hueneme, Ban Pedro, East Saa
Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport, at 9 a it
July 1, 5, 9, 13, 17. 21, 25, 29, and every fourta
day thereafter.
For San Diego, stopping only at Port Harrorl
(San Luis Obispo), Santa Barbara, Port Los An-
p-eles. Redondo (Los Angeles) and Newport 11
a. v. July 3, 7, tl, 15, 19, 23, 27, 81. and every
fourth day thereafter.
For Ensenada, San Jose del Cabo. Mazatlan. L»
Paz and Guaymas (Mexico), steamer Orlsaba, 111
a. _%., the 2d of each month.
The Company reserves the right to change with-
out previous notice steamers, sailing dates and
hours of sailing. Ticket office— Palace Hotel 4
New Montgomery street.
GOODALL, PERKINS & CO., Gen'l Agents,
10 Market at.. San Francises,
THEO.R.&N. CO.
DISPATCH FAST STEAMERS TO
I=»OaFtTl__.__A.l^" x>
From Spear-street Wharf, at 10 a. st
FA T?TT,.* 5 Flret-class 1 Including -.
-A XV JC. \ *3. .-,0 Bd-clas*. / berth di meiu
SCHEDULE OF SAILINGS:
C01umbia............. July 2, 12, 22. Aug. 1
State of California July 7, 17. 27, Aug. 6 :
- Through tickets and through baggage to all
Eastern points. Rates and folders upon apDll__r
tion to :".: ;
F. F. CONNOR. General Agent.
■'_ * -..--.-■ v 630 Market street.
GOODALL, PERKINS A CO.. Superintendent.
PPi_HM___R ' 1; " a s M 0 ANA
■ llnlL falls via HONOLULU
THIIIttI AUCKLAND for
.y ;7 SYDNEY. Thursday.
!___inis!llDJ •*•»- Australia for
.UllllJlliy w HONOLULU only.
_nm_.7lPU~ Tuesday. An- . 1". at a
\J^lllf/Ult6p P M special party rates. •
Line to COOLGARDIE, A list., and CAPETOWN
South Africa. -'■•-'
J. D. SPRECKELS & BROS CO.. Agents. ;
„, , . :. - y- 114 Montgomery st.
Freight office, 327 Marke: street, Nan Francisco. '.
COMPAQ Gib. TRAJSATLAJTHIUJ
French Line to Havre.
COMPANY'S PIER(NEW),42NOUTH Agß
River, foot of Morion ci. Travelers by -tSUSom
this line avoid both transit by English railway anl
the discomfort Of crossing the channel in a small
boat. New York to Alexandria, Egypt, via Pari*
first class 9160. second class 9116.
LA GASCOGNE Inly 24. 10a. X.
LA TOURAINE Jul,- 31. 10 v «. .
I_A. CHAMPAGNE Augus. 7. 10 A. St
I__A' NoRM AN DIE :., August 14 10 A. it
LA RRETAGNE...... August 2L 10*. «
jS3~ For lurther particulars apply to
a. FORGET. Agent.
No. 3 Bowling i.reen. New York.
J. F. FUGAZI CO., Agents, 5 Montgomery •
avenue, San i- rancisco.
<PRfch.K HAMBURG -AMERICAI UU
see^sps*^-^ TWIN*scrEW EXPRESS
fc i l^^*^- ' ; Line from New York 10
Plymouth (London), Cherbourg; Paris & Hambursr,
F. Bismarck ....July 22 1 F. Bismarck. .August 19
- ... ii.., 4,111:1, .....July 29 ! Normannia..... Aug. 26
Columbia.... ..August 5 i C01umbia. ...... .'.Sept. 2 .
Hamburg-American Line, 37 way, N.Y.
H..../o*, «_; CO., General P. sser. Agts. Pacifio -
Coast, 401 California s°., San Francisco, CaL
STOCKTON STEAMERS
Leave Pier No. 3, 7 Washington St..
At « P. M, Daily. I reiciit received uo
i*> .-.:; x I*. Al. ■■* . w '
B_f" Accommodations Reserved by Telephone.
'the only Inn- ae.lliu through ticket* and givini
througn freight rates to all poiu.s ou Valley
Bailroii'.'. „ :,..*
STEAMER .: /■*
T. C. Walker, . J. I). Peters.
Wary «»rr»tt, City of Stockton.
Telephone Main 805. Cai. Nay. and leapt. 00
FOIL C. S. JAVYYARD ASD VALLEJO.
STEAMER ••MONTI CELLO,"
Mon., Tues., Wed.. Thurs. and Sat
..9:45 a. it and 3 .15 m (9 T. U."rx."Th_r%.\
Friday5..........^ ......... Ip.m., 9, J
Sundays...... 10:80 a. if. and 8 p. it
Landing and offices. Mission Dock. Pier X
■ Telephone Green 381. _
FOR JOSE. LOS GATOS* S.OTACRKZ
STEAMER ALVISO LEAVES PIER 1 DA.II V
tSundays excepted) at 10 a. it Alviso'_iVTi.
tßatnrday excepted) at 7 p. v. Freight ana
Passenger. Fare - between Kan Francisco - and
Alviso, 50c; -to San Jose, 75c Clay «_*!« _*
SW W. faanta Clara eu san Josa "* rl " *"

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