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BAY AND BIVEB STEAMEBS.
FOB U. S. NAVY YARD AND YALLEJO.
Steamer "Moritlce?lo. "
- MON.. Tuea.. Wed., Thurs. and Sat. at 9:43
a. m.; 3:15. 8:30 p. m. (ex. Thurs.' night); Fri-
days, I p. m. and «:30; Sundays, 10:30 a. nv. S
p. m. Landing and office. Mission-street Dock.
Pier No. 2. Telephone Main J5OB.
FARE SOo
The rase with which the active specialties re
sponded to the: pool buying caused many of the
active traderp to transfer their efforts to raise
prices from tiie railroads Into . the metal . group,
where the prospective- profit- seemed alluring.:
In connection with the monetary situation call
and time money rates were: easy, but bids for
large ¦ amounts of the latter were made below
the market, which holds at. 4 per cent. London
operations, . while not extensive, were: on the
long side, with purchases influenced by rumors
that General Buller's forces had recrossed the
Tucela Rlver^ There was no change in the
Bank of England's rate of discount to-day, and
an analysis of the weekly statement of that in
stitution and the Bank of France promises con
tinued ease! in the foreign monetary situation. .
A good demand developed for. the active bond
Issues to-day at- hicher prices.. Some conces
sions were noted in ' spots. Total sales, per
value,. 11,930,000. -. ¦ , '• -.:.;•' '' : ¦;¦.: ? ¦¦¦:
United States new 4s and 5s advanced % In
the. bid. price/ ¦;.... . : : .- '¦.'.-;¦ ; .:.'.; ; ¦'
NEW YORK STOCK LIST. .
Shares:- '¦' ' : . ¦ : -.' '. . ¦ •"-.-. '•'. --. Ooslng
Sold. Stocks— ¦. ¦¦¦-¦' ... ••-':•: Bid.
4.C30 Atchison .-;...-.: -.--- 20\i
23.493 Atehison pre.v.... ;„.,..;.. -.-, C 2%
1.400 Baltimore & 0hi0...,:....-,.......... tt%
. 220 Canadian Pacific...;;.. 95%
•..¦-':¦.¦;. Canada Southern.: : ....;; -49
1.809' Chesapeake & 0hk>.. ................ .v 2&' i
2.100. Chicago Great We5tern,. ............ 13H
5.«60 Chicago Burlington A: Quipcy :.123*»
-?... Chicago Ind & L0ui5vi11e............ 15Vj
....::.... Chicago Ind <fc Louisville prefd ..49.
?....: Chicago &..' Eastern Illinois..:. ... 87^i
. ...— ?.. Chicago & Northwestern..... ... 159
1.400 Chicago Rock Island & Pacific... .'lo7H
-..-', '890 ;.'C -C C & St L0ai5. ...;...¦.,..;...... .i.'C1Vii
; .'- ilO: Coinorado 50uthern ;..:.»:.....'... ...... b%
•.',».'..-i.i--' Colorado Southern Ist- prefd........ ?41*3
•v.i'. v: Colorado Southern- 2d prefd. . .... :'.:: ; ¦ 14%
;,...:. ... Delaware & Hudson... .-. . . . . . , . . .. . . . 114 :
:. '.761 : -De.la ware Lackawanna & Western.;l7s
: 120 Denver & Rio Grande. .V.. ;:...,...;.. 18
:•••:'. 575 . Denver & Rio Grande prerd..........K9^i
>y;,;'^-:;.ErJe- -V;. -.Vi.-;: .-.:.. .'.-w.;.".V,i. -./;'.. ',..¦¦.-'.,.¦.¦ -nr,
-:.... Erie Ist prefd.:V.v::-:..-....:.: : .;..:..... 3ili
227 Great Northern prefd.. ....,:.::.. ...158
: *00 Hocking. C0a1...-;..;. .............. ..1714
1.130 Hockir.g VaJ1iey..... ...... ;............ 3314
'' . 2^2 Illinois Centra 1 :.. .... ...:::, ....:.- ., ,. .112 .
V. . ; . ., '. lowa Centra 1 ., . ...... ....„;..-.. — .. . . . 12?,
..;.:.. Jowa Central prefd.. .:......'....-.1.i.. 52'^
700 Kansas City Pittsburg & Gu1f...... 7%
.- — ..: Lake Erie We5tern.....;..:.......-... 2iVi
,-.: 100 Lake Erie & Western prefd..,..:.... S3Vi
¦ ;.,....;'.- Lake Shore.. ....:.:........„¦..;:...¦... 194
2,350 Louisville & Na5hvi11e.;:.....,:.;;... 79U
4.150. . Manhattan L. . .... ............. . ........ 95%
'. 6,058 . Metropolitan Street Rai1way........ 171S
'¦.:•.' 100 Mexican Certal. .-...;,...., -...^.-. ll».
.1.100 Minn & St L0ui5.....,.;...,........,.. 62^
: .::.... Minn & St Louis prefdL.;.. .'.:......; 9*
6.455 Missouri Pacific. — . .•......:.:.....;'. '44-V
100 Mobile & 0hi0......:..:-...,,.:.,.;..; 40',
>.:,:>; - Missouri Kansas & Texa5......:,..: 10 "
. ; -250 ..Missouri Kansas & Texas prefd,.;.;. 32
• .120. New Jersey Central,. ..,-.....•....;:.:... 118
, 1,2*5. New York Centra1... .......,...,;^.'.; i i34V.
:' ,3.*6.>: Norfolk & We5tern. ,'....,'.. ..;i;..; 254
2.250 Norfolk & Western prefd;;.;.........; 70' i
.1,125 ¦ Northern Pacific.:.. .;•,..:¦.......:..:,. si»i
Northern Pacific prefd.,.;.;.;........ 75>i
.1,234 Ontario & We5tern:. . .....:.....,.;.,. 22%
>.-.—¦;>;¦ Oregon Railway.& Nav: : ;';'..^.... .-.:.. 42
;..•.:.:•:.?• Oregon Railway. & Nay prefd..... V. 76 •
'. 2,615:.; Penn5y1vania. ,...::'.. :..v. ...... ..-.-;. •....129%
' ?.:600'.: Reading • -. :^;,;. ;¦;¦. .¦;...,;'. .'; .;:;....:,¦.'..;¦.¦ IS'4
,6,070 Reading Ist pre/d,;.::. ;:.:.:.. ;.:.V.V;. 65%
' ' : ; 900 Reading - 2d. prefd:. .. .. - . .{..:.,;. .:,...: 28%
— -.;;;.: .Rio Grande Western,'. :'.i..;..'. : :;^;-.::. '40'
'• : 1.100, -Rio Grande. Western prefd.::.:..'.:..; 84 ,
V..-..:-.; •¦ St. Louis i SanKra.n..i.:..i.v;..-..;. io»i
;..:';..,. -St "Louis & Ran Fran Ist prefd;.,.:.' 6»H
?; I.17O; St Louis & San Fran 2dprefd. .„.:.. 35M.
,-. - ; lf"p .. St.'Jxmis Southwestern:.. :..-.;.;.;.-.;.. 11 -.:
¦:;. ' '30Q • . Bt'-Louis. Soutu western prefd .'. ', : . . '..'.:' 27 " ¦'
/ : 4,75<J:St. Paui.'..-.'.v.--'.— ¦v.:;:: i .::'.-:.:-..;,.'.- i -.ii9
•—.;¦.'::;¦ •' st Paul prefd ; . . l..-. :. :•.;..;.;.. ;...;.. . 170. ¦
; . . 200. st Paul & pmaha.;:....;;,;v.:.:.;..;.:i2i
¦;¦ .9.1.70- • Southern, Pacific.'. : ..-.'; ...... ; .';'. :. ;.: . .35%
;..; '€2o Southern: Rail way i.. '.,...-... :'..:. ;.'.;,;' 11^
.; 2,550 - Southern " Itailway prefd. :...;...,..'. 65
:'¦ : ¦ 100 Texas & Pacific.'.--..-:- .';•.:-;..;. : 15T4
¦•¦-' 4.625. -. Union ¦ Pacific. ': ..-...-. :.. ,i . , .'. .-. .... ;:, ; .46% '
> 2.140 t'nion: Paciflc prefd..:....-....,..... 75Vi
••¦". 1OO : Wabash -;;.-,,...-.::.:....:..... ;> g%
'••¦•' 200 • Wabaeh-prefd.:.:';: — .W»;;..:. :.'.;,. ;-2034
•:.:¦': 400 .Wheeling. & Lake Erie,. ,;;.-........ 10
¦l; 250 .Wheeling &. Lake Erie prefd;......;,t1.
... :.-.;.lOO -Wisconsin-'Centra1,....:.::...;;..;...-.;';..: 17V4.
...¦.;•.¦.":...'•• Express Companies— '.. ¦.::.;>.:.¦'¦.¦¦.':¦ :-. .-.'..¦
:.:.:..-.- Adams :iij:.v:.:^.>V;'—.':w ».::..•..— .'^i.'.'.':lj-4
¦V;.:.'.i.'Atnerlbri!'<.;.v;::;;.,::.-..-,;;.'.'.,i..;;.,14J
>'..-:.-i- United:; States _.:>¦".>..:•'. -,-.i;-.. .;,,-.'::, ;-;-.-:..-i. 47
'.i.... '.i : '....Wei I s 'vFareo ¦ : ,i .'. .> i .'.'. V .'¦::: . .- :..-. . . '};!. 123 :
••:'•.'• -¦¦ Miscellaneous—^y .¦-;-'.¦. - '..•:..'' '.:.-:.
¦ ¦;300: fAmerican cotton; oil! ;:.:.v.'.-....;;:. 33*4
. —'...-.; ! American Cott.on-.Oil prefd:;:..:...... 93 .;
: - - :iQO -•' AJnerican Malting ¦ .:. -.'V— »V.;^.i::..v-' 6%'
. -..250 .American.;MaltlnK '.p'refd-.'. '¦.:',: ...... ¦:.-. 26.
:.';Bi2'4»- Am! 6meltlng &.neflninK.:;;..v:, : .-.':. -39%
¦ '•• ¦-JOO ; /tm Smelting 'A -.Refining prefd:. ; . .:• 83%
-.:..':-. :i'- American: f?p<ritB : iv.;-. .-<..•;•.>»!, ;'.'. :;:.';: ¦'¦'¦ 3(4
•.....;•..',';.¦ American Spirits frefd;. •.¦.¦.„.'»..•..,..' 17
.13^70 American. Steel- Hoop.-/:::.. U,-. -.•;;:,.'. .'46»i
.-••• -• 770- - American Steel Hoop prefd.'. :;>.'. .: .--.-' 83 :
'.'22.78f1r. 'American Steel & \Vlre:.,': : .-:;i'.-..':'.: i;'68J5•10,660..i ;'68JS
•10,660.. American- fit eel & Wire: prefd .¦.'.;'.¦.'.: -'934
'¦¦' 1.650 American Tin. IMateV;.'. .V:. ....•/:!.. V..; 32%
¦;•: -330 Ametlcan Tin Plate prefd:.. ....'..:.; '-'sl\b
.2.2,214' American Tobacco ;>•.;;:;:.: ;-.;', ::.-.,;. 103
:v«.,,..' American ' Tobacc.o' : prefd ;-„. : : -. .; . i V; -. . 135. : • ':
V-2,175- ; Anaconda Mining- Co:'. r.:;-.::-..>'..;.ir .:;-.::-..>'..;.i :'-40 •
53.C65 Brooklyn. Aaril'l. Transit,. :...:...: ... toU
'-.21,-f.lO Fuel & '1.r0n.'...,vv.v.'.'.*.... : ::; 46H:
v 7,0^0 Continental Tobacco :.>.:.: :.::../.,;;.. 34* i
.-: ¦ 490 prefd;;:::.;.v ¦ S5 -
14.K32 Federal ?leel -...;:.. ;:.^:..:.v..... ¦'¦• ii%l
' 2.C60 Federal Kteel prefd:;,'..;:......v..;;.. .75U
; ... Ifio General KJertric .:..'.'..".:,..Vv.i:..;.;i23W'
' M 0 • Glucose Sugar .i - ..-li.vj.'il>.v/.-;i.;.; '66\4
' , 100 . Glucose Sugar prefd'..:...'.:...;-;v..;..i00H
¦ -100 International Paper '.:'.— '.\. ¦.'-...'..... 23%
am International Paper prefd.....,.'..... fig "
200 I/arlf-rie Gas •...'.—;. — ..'...;. 79<i
National Biscuit :.:.¦.. '" zaii
200 National Biscuit prefd............... p 2 u
100 National Lead '.., — ....: 28U
110 National Lead prefd.. ;. : ""iO4?
12.411 National Steel "/"" 4 « 7i7 i
National Steel prefd. •••••• /¦
New York Air Brake ....."""128
800 North American "" wju
ISO Paciflc Coast ' rnij
Paciflc Coast Ist prefd j;?
Paciflc Coast 2d prefd :".""" «•>
1.450 Paciflc Mail 4?
12.195 People's Gas .7.7.* ifi X
2,r^i2 Pressed Steel Car ", r-s?
215 Pressed Steel Car prefd.....!!.' 83
150 Pullman Palace Car. ex dlv is*
Standard Rope & Twine ' c
33,750 Pucar ""-nsti
.¦....'..• Sucar prefd ;.' JJ,*
T2.«5 Tennessee Coal & Iron ""- o?tt
> «.«05 United States Leather ... " ' ie
2,4*5 ITnlted States Leather prefd" \i\L
400 United States Ruhber is
•>i:L nited st ?. tM Rubber prefd. !::!!;::!ioiv t
SIJ Western Union : ie.il
6.521 Republic Iron A Steel wiff
1 3t~&2- ¦ p ""- v "'- ::: B
464.C00 Shares, sold.
CLOSING BONDS
U S 2s rejr ...103 IN V C ls'tn irw*'
. Do 3s re X ...... ...!*>«,; N J C gen'6s'"""mu
»»3. coup.. IOSi 4 N Carina 6s""" "^
Do new 4s reg.i.m^ Do 45. ..7...* \olxl
Do n«w 4s c0up..133V4 N Paciflc 35... "" ct
Do old 4s re.g H4H Do 45...;:.;.. jnk
Do old 4s coup.. .1144 x V C & St £-4aKltt2
Do 5s reg.......A.H2i,i x & W con 4s "•• l^^
Do 6s coup 11214 Do gen 6s ""129
Dist of Col 3.655.. 119 Or Xav uts .' 11014
Atchison pen 4s.:..in7i;j Do 4s . 101
Do adj 45....; 82% Or.Short i.Yne'6s'."l27
Can So 2d5.......-...'.109 ! Do con 6s H2\4
Ches & O 4H«.--. 97% Reading gen 45...! 85
Do 8s: —— — .—• 117 -!R G W lsts.... S6
Chi & N con 7s I42l&'St L& I M con Ss. 111%
Do S F deb 55. ...120 . jSt L & S F gen 65.121
Chicago term 45... 94 IStPaul cons IB7U
D & R G 18U...-«IO2H : St P C & P 15t5. .119
. Do 45.----.-..- 99V4| Do 55. . 120
ETV & G lsts ins So Railway 55.....105H
Erie gen 45... , CB'^' Stand R>& T 65... 82,4
FW & D C lsts 72 iTenn new set 3b... 94U
Gen. Electric Ss--U4U;Tex & Pac 15t»....11»%
G II & S A 65... -109 Do 2d« 64
Do 2ds 105 U Paciflc 4f.. 104%
H & T C 65... Uo>4 Wabash lsts 115^4
Do con 6s-- 110 ¦ 110 Ms 100
lowa Cent lsts.. -112% West Shore 4s 113
KCP & G lsts— 69 Wls Central lsts... SO%
Chicago Grain Market.
:";:',.' >.:;'.: fridXy^ February 2. .-.'¦ ;
Sun rises..'..V.:— ,.;;—.• •»•'•••-:••¦ —V—' .. — ?7:13
Sun 5et5....'..— ........... ,i... ..'.,..-.:.... .;..5:34
Moon sets...* — — —.• — .;. .*..-.-; 3:09 d. m.
New; York Stock Market.
NEW TORK, Feb. 1- While a good deal of
Irregularity was rr.anifest in to-day's market,
en account of the important operations for both
accounts in leading properties, the bulls at all
times held the mastery, as evidenced by the
generous sprinkling of net calns through the
list. Influences contributing to this result in
cluded a heavy absorption of the Iron and steel
cto<ks and the excellent net statements of the
leading lines. Efforts to dampen bullish en
thusiasm met with temporary success at Inter
vals through ajrgreffcive hammering of the local
croup: A ragged opening was due primarily to
the unsettling incMent in sugar yesterday and
yielding prices for Americans in London. It
was soon made .manifest that an important
tnciv< nient was carded In the metal croup, as
Jfpui-r whirh are usually not factors livened up
tn.J advanced rapiiiy. Strength developed in
Otter stocks and the market rose easily. Toe
l«>ar fartion made a concerted attack on the
local utilities and broke Third Avenue nine
joints. ¦¦ Kindred properties . (tagged 1 to 3^4
points and fiugar and Tobacco were also large
ly aCerted. This maneuver provoked selling of
therailroad Mocks, but as the various encour
acJr.g traffic statements came to hand the offer
ings diminished and Interest centered almost
wholly" in the transactions. 'The demoralization
in Third Avenue induced an official statement
by the oounwl' of; the company of a plan to
finance Its indebtedness by an Issue of 6 per
cent nntes, allowing optional redemption by the
company within a year. The notes do not con
tain any tUuse j*>rmiu:ng the convertibility
into stock. • This statement effectually disposed
of recent rumors that the Issue woujd be $20 -
««.000 and would jeopardize dividend payments
on the stock- Supporting orders rallied It three
points, but it went down lower than before in
a drive near the rlose and ended with a net
Jns»,.of c-ißht iKiints. A variety of rumors were
circulated in connection with the buoyancy of
the iron and Kteel etocks," among which was the
early establishment of Tennessee Coal and Iron
common stock on an & per cent dividend hails.
Other advices 'were predictions as to the enor
mous f-arnings of the .various companies and
trade reports asserting a distinct Improvement
in th« industry. Tennessee Coal did not develop
Us buoyancy until numerous other issues of thU
das* had beer, advanced smartly. When the
move in it -started It quickly assumed pre-emi
nence and rose nine points, despite enormous
realizations. Gains in c other,, members of . the
croup were let* pronounced, but ranged from
2 to 3H i>er cent. The early attempts of the
bear* to create liquidation In the standard
Ftooks proving unavailing:, the shorts U-came
ur.easy and considerable lines 'were taken up
oauKln.-r * material rebound In the more de
pressed properties. AVhile the Inquiry for the
leading railroads was not very uritent, still
there was a slight appreciation ' all around
which was fairly well maintained to the end.
Dak WCo 55.. — — nenrv-st ...... W» —
Oceanic SS C 0.104 — Market-st Ry- 61 61%
On] C Ky t>s.. — . 12SVj n.i 1. iv t1.... ¦»>
P&CI Ry 85. .104 104H Presidio ... 1* —
Fk &O Ky «a. — — ¦ powder Sto€K»—
Powell-st R 85.119H — California 162%175
Par F.I O*RS9 — inn X t>vn»uilt»-... *>
S F & SJV 55.115%116% Giant Con Co.. 93H 95
SHy n( fsl Is. ••• Vlgorit 2% 2%
S P. of A 65....110%1U au«ar Mocks—
S PC 65 (1905). 109*« 110U Hana P C 0.... 7% "H
S P C 65(1906). — im* Ha*' C & S Co - - **\
b P C 6s(l!tl2). — ¦ — * - Honokaa S Co. 23* i 30
BPCIs eg ss. — — Hutch S P Co. 26 —
SPHr 6s .12«H — pKuHiiea n ''v . - —
S V Wat 65...:113U — Makawell SCo 43% 44\i
S V Wat 4a 102?i193' / 4 Onomea S Co. 26% 27^
r.VW(»UiIm)Ms - Paauhau S Co. 26% 27Ji
Stktn Gas 65..102 10S • Miw.fiianeuu»
v\Httr ntncki— Al Pack A5an.119%120
Contra Costa.. 73% 74H M»r Xi As«n.. 1 •
Msi'ln ( "unty. I- - Oceanic S Co.. 91 9o
Spring Valley. 93^ 94 Pac A F A.... \V» —
Gas & Kiectric— Pac C Bor C 0.144 —
font Gas Co.: «-r . .'— l'ar Paml Ci».. »> — .
Cent L & P.... — ¦¦;¦¦ 6 , ....--
>."¦.'.¦•.¦ I'-'*, Morning Session. ¦.'.;..'
Board — . ¦ . ' . " •._
: 40 Contra Costa Water, cash <•» 50
10 Contra Costa Water, s 30..., '3 on
60 Hana Plantation Co.. :.. 7 3.^ 3
25 Honokaa ....:...:..... 29 B.VI
85 Makawell ......'43 £
100 Makawell '.i ¦ •' ** ™
. 73 Paauhau S P C 0..... ..•.:.-.. 27 00
25 Paciflc Gas 1mp.......— .-••r. J» 29
5 Pacific Gas 1mp..,. - j?"
20 Pacific Gas Imp ?.:.,.........•> «J B.Vj
15 S V Water..:..... .....——-•••• 93 a
Street— ¦¦¦••/ •.•."-'. .' -' .•¦¦-¦¦ ' ,„. ..
$1000 Los Angeles Ry. 55., -.'.->>>'•«"." ?• lo r co .
Afternoon Session.
¦••'••;, Board— :¦¦:.: •- "•• :': '- .-¦' •' - - '¦¦:¦'-' ' "¦//. '•_/,':^: : -
80 Contra Costa Water.......;.: 1* m
5 Hana Plantation Co, cash... • . J-*iJ»
15 Hana Plantation Co • J 2't*
30 Hutchinson S P Co.. ...............•••• 2« w
s' Onomea Sugar Co • ?•'.<•• 2'2 ' XX
60 Paauhau S P Co 2. M
200 Pac Aux Fire Alarm.... ?.-.. 200
95 Mutual Electric Light.. J3 50
60S V Water..................— .....-•.• 93 75
/. -Street— ¦ - : '.'::..//.,: .. ¦ .' 1. „
20 Alaska Packers' A55n....... ........ -120 00
$2000 Los Angeles Ry 55. ..:;»...:....»,... .105 00
70 Makaweli ....... ...:.......;...;.....».i,** 00
5 Paauhau S P C0.. ......^.i^^.:........^27 00
$3000 S F & S J V 80nd5...... ...... ...,.116 00.
SAN FKANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE
* BOARD. ..
Morning Session.
¦ ' Board— ¦'¦."• :"..','-.".;.•-•'•: "..','-. ".;.•-•'• '•¦-¦-¦¦.„„¦:
10 Alaska Packers' A55n..;. ......,.....i. 120 00
20 Contra Costa Water........ i. .'.-.. 73 62H
10 Contra Costa Water.ww.. ...... .;.,...*, <3 .5
100 Equitable Ga5....:........;.....;:....... 400
100 Hana Plantation Co, s 10.............. 7 12^
100 Honokaa Sugar Co. a 90 29 50
20 Paauhau Sugar C0.. ................ .;.».!8 37Vi
25 Market Street Rai1way.....;... ..:. 61 12^
20 S V Water........,../..............:". 93 75
¦;•; •/¦ Afternoon Session.
Board—. ' .-' -;. ¦¦".
20 Contr"a Costa Water......... ..:.... ..... 72 S7^i
100 Equitable Ga5.... ............. .......... 4 00
25 Giant Powder C0n.. ...... .i»:.,..«... 94 62»i
20 Honokaa Sugar C 0. .......... ......... 29 S7H
100 Mutual Elec C6...;......:....i........ 13 87ia
40 Makawell Sugar C0.'.«'.. ."..'..... '.^.'.'.. -43 73 . ••
10 Makawell Sugar C 0..-......:........... 44 Ort
15 Market Street Railway... .....^ 61 Off
15 S V Water.. ............ ....^. .......... 93 75
• ; . . PRODUCERS' OILEXCHANGE. / . ¦ .!
"¦ ' ¦' . . ¦' Mornlns Session. ; . . :¦[• ¦ '-. " -..
100 Caribou ;......::..... ...±;...>.. .:....... 90 .
100 National ....;».... ..•.....:.............. 8 50
100 National ..:.....:«.. .:....,....^... ...... 6 3714
400 Petroleum Center .;........ /..... ......... ¦ 40
• '¦;'.¦ . Afternoon' Session. ¦.¦¦'¦'.¦ : . •;..'¦.•.
100 Caribou .. ....^. ...... „,.,.. .........^. to ,':
ICO Nati0na1 ....:........:.,.....:............ I 87^
'CALIFORNIA. OIL EXCHANGE: :
-'"• : . -•";.' • Morning Session. •'. '- . . .'.
150 Barker Ranch ...:...:i.:.^.......i...... 1 15
200 Century «..;..:.;;. .w, .......„.;*. 1/20
200 Anaconda . . ..i ..... .. :. 60
; ¦;-!;'¦ •¦'•¦¦'?¦; .¦/ MINING STOCKS. . /V-
The following were the sales In the San Fran
cisco Stock' and Exchange Board yesterday t.
Morning Session.
100 Caledonia ::¦*: .. . 52| 200 Gould & Curry 24
100 Challenge ...... 2t 200 Ophir ?....... .;; 70
300 Cnollar :..;..... 23 100 Potosl .:.....;.. 27
400 Con Cal & Va..l 45! 300 5avage .......... 13
Afternoon Session
200 Best & Belcher 21. 100 Ophir ...:....... 71
100 Best & Belcher 22 j. 200 Potosl . ....:....;.. 27
300 Chollar .i........ 23 200 Savage iiV..-.';i. 11
109 Hale & Nprc...v 31 100 Sierra Nevada. 41
: 150 Ophlr ......:..... 70 200 Yellow Jacket.-; 21,
The following were the .sales in the: Paciflc
Stock Exchange yesterday: :. ." .-;¦:. ¦ '../ :. . -.•¦'- -. -/•-.' . - :
... : -:' ."...-¦ ':./.-• Morning. " Session^' ¦ /';>/. - :<: < ¦"'¦:':
600 Belcher .*..*...; 09 i : 200- Ophlr. ;«i;".UV.^ ;71
.200 Caledonia ...... SZ. ROO Ophir ...-.<....»: 70
300 Caledonia ;;.... Sir 200 Ophjr ..W..v..; : 72
100 Caledonia ........ : 60' 250: PotosJ ....::*.:.. v 2S
300 Chollar ........ 22 800 Potosl .......... 27
400 Con Cal & V.I 47V4 ! 200 Potosl .....^...i 28
11(» Con Cal & V». :i 4>i 700 Savage :..;...i. 12
400 Gould &. Curry 23 2000 Utah . . . 4 :....... i 04
230 Justice. :..;...:.:-«2i. 200 Yellow Jacket. '.20
200 Mexican .:....,, 31J 100 Carters G M Co ;30
•-¦'-. '.-"-'¦ -.:/¦'.-. Afternoon Session: • : ; ¦ '... ¦'¦'¦•'.•
100 Belcher :::..::..- 09i 300 Crown Point.'. . : " 11
100 Best & Belcher '22 250 Mexican :. .; •¦ 32
: 600 Best & Belcher ' 23 250 Mexican ....... 31
.700 Challenge Con.. 20 300 Ophir ;.,........ 71
400 Challenge Conl. 21 800 Potosl /....,i.... 27
IOOCon Cal & Va~l 4SI ¦<.:;: ¦'• - •::. .:.:¦¦. .' ¦-.'
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
¦ :¦' . '• ' ¦ : : ://..; THURS DAY; Feb; :'l-4'^ .'nfc>; :
..-¦•¦;.•' :':V; ¦./ Bid. Aslt 1 v. . - ;; --: Bid. Ask:
Alpha ............—: 04 Kenttick ........ •—¦..02
Alta ........;. ....02 ..04 Lady Wash..-.; 02 :—
Andes ....... i.i. 06 07 Mexican ........ 32 33
Belcher ......::. 09 10 Occidental. .;;^ 14 15
Best & Belcher 22.-: 23:0ph1r. ...:;.,. .:.v 70 -72
Bullion .:.„:... 04/ ¦OS-.Overman .»...., 05 08
Caledonia .:..:. 60. :«Potosl ;..,...,... : 27 2S
Chollar ..;.:.*.. 23 24|Savage ?.:..... 12. 14
Challenge COP- •• 2<) '"¦- 22 Scorpion. ::..:.. -.02 .—
Confidence .:.U-. 70. '/75Seg' : : Belcher...:.- 02' '03
Con Cal & Va..l 45 1 50/ Sierra Nevada. 41 : AS
Con Imperial :.. -Ol'Silver Hilt .... : — .05
Con New York..- r 04 St Louis ; ...;.. i — :" .07
Crown Polrit..v 11 12.Staridard:. „.;..?. 60 2.75
Exchequer : ,: . : i —": 02 .Syndicate .:.,..:. •'-* :¦¦ 0«.
Gould '&- Curry. 23 25lUnlon. Con .'.-.V. -2S 30
Hale & Norc.,.: 31- 35iUtah .-.-:;. :....;".;¦: 04 HKI
Julia . ... . . :. .¦'.-;•; — • 02: i Yellow Jacket. " 19 ' 20
Justice ¦.;-..:.:.'. 01 OJ'-'. ¦'• .':¦¦¦' "¦'. ',' .' ' - •-. :• /.J
Exchange aiipl Bullion.
Sterling. Exchange, sixty dayn.... '.— • ¦¦ ¦ . $4 So:
Sterling Exchange; sight ;....... — .: .4 SS4
Sterling. Cables. .;;...'..;.-.......... — 4 S9V4
New York .'Exchange, sight...'.... .— : 15
New Vrtrk ExchanKe. 'telegraphic r— ¦-, ¦ . : . '174
Fine Silver.-per.0unce.. ........... — / \ . 6094
Mexican D011ar5...:..,......-..... 48 ,"- . 4S^
10waiKafl&@ihfo:&rmti&
..WHEAT— The Marguerite vMolinos takes for
Cork; 66,036. ctls; valued at $56,S36;; Mayfleld.. for
Cork. ;7?,241 ctls; iat $81,222: v--' . .-'¦; .:, - : '. : . ' :' I/ : /
. The local market was dull arid weakv .. •;
•'¦ Liverpool showed little: change, but Paris was
higher a gal ru; .• ';¦': '. •'¦;' :.. ¦'' ''.':¦:¦:'/¦¦ ':'.'¦' - : '•.•'<.¦¦.•:•'
'•Chicago Was dull, and bearish;.; with few buy
ers, except' below. 6Sc. where, good sales were
made. Over, fortj': iloads were taken .. for ex
port on AVednesdaj% V The Cincinnati PrlceiCur
rent reported, the' Vwheat plant In; good • cpndi-i
tlon; though the weather was unfavorable. <. •. ' ¦'¦;
¦Spot .Wheats-Shipping.; 97t4<g9S%c; mlllihg, $1
©loivi.- - : ..¦•:¦ . ¦¦":.- . ' : •:¦¦•.; ¦.¦ : ;-'. '¦¦¦:.::¦¦ ¦'¦-'> : . -.•-•,/••:•¦ •¦•¦•
CALL BOARD/ SALES,
Informal Session— 9:ls o'clock— May— €ooo ctls,
fl OlVi- ¦:. - • - '"•¦ ¦' ¦¦¦¦-¦¦¦':'¦ ¦;>.: ¦.¦••/.:.¦:-¦..-;¦¦ <
i Second '¦ Session— DecemberT-4000 ctls,' $1 05.
May— 2ooo, $101. -'-"::¦ '¦¦/¦'¦¦., ,/ : ; :¦¦/.. -'";'.: : - ; .--. '¦¦'¦ ¦ --.• ¦'..'
¦ Regular. -. MornlnK 'Session— May— -40CO .ctls,
$ioiVi. - December— 6ooo. $1 05%.;; ' : : ¦ ' . ' /
: •'¦¦ Afternoon Session— May— 6ooo ctls, $1 0W4. : 4000,
$1:0154.:/ ;-•..: : : :¦,.¦¦:¦:...?.¦:-: ".- -.\-.--:>: ¦-..: .-:.-:• ¦:
'.BARLEY^The. market. Is quoted weaker and
dull; with' liberal Offerings of Feed.-. :¦; ¦ / .
:'• . Feed; 75c .for ¦ No:. -I - and . 65©72Hc . for 'off
g-rades;':/ Brewing and Shipplnggrades,: 80igS(7^c.;
Chevalier; nominal;.', • ... -. /.- -.¦..¦.' :.- ¦'¦: ¦ . . / /;¦
; ;;:.: .: :: : CALL BOARD SALES: /:
•inforr^pT Pesslonr-i9 :15. o'clock— No sales:
Second :SessiQiy--No/ sales.. ¦¦¦¦• -.- ¦ ; ¦. - ... •. :
Regular Morning Session— No: . sales. .
Afternoon ¦ Session— No ..sales.
/ . OATS— The slight demand of the. past day or
two ' has .fallen, off, and. 'the- market, is dull
again. . •/. ¦"•¦¦ '¦'.' : --.:i''-'.. ':¦¦ ¦ '¦:.'- .:. ; - :-.J-' :• >
$1 1001 30; Red. $1 [email protected] 20; /Gray
$1 07H(Sl _V\i: Black. :97>[email protected]$l 07^^ '..'• • . / ' *
¦ CORN— Eastern White Is ' quoted, at -: [email protected]
$1 02% per ctl arid Eastern Yellow at IlSi 05
mixed/. 97t4c(g/sl.:' >¦//.; ¦'¦:.'": ¦:' : ,'.'.-. : .'. - -,' .'.:¦';
• RYE— sl^/1 05 per ctl. .'¦•- ¦.¦¦¦¦ •'¦ . • :".:
• BUCKWHEAT— NominaI. /. /.• "..: '.
Fl6ur.-and Miltsiu ffs.
.FLQtJR-rCalifornia.. family: extras, ". $3 60<f 3 .75
usual- terms-: bakers' extras, '$3 -'40(83 50; Oregon
and Washington, $2 [email protected] per/ barrel.- ' .'¦ V-. ¦'••-:, ;
. >nLLSTU FFS^-Prices in. sacks/ arc as f oliows;
usual- discount to the -tr.ad e: : 'Graham' Flouri
$3 25 Der.loo lbs: Rye. Flour, $2 75; Rye Meal,
12 50;-' Rice ''Flour.- - Vi: Cqirril.-Me.al; $2 50; - <Jat
Groats Zs4 50;- Hominy;. $3 [email protected] 50: Buckwheat
Flour,: 14(^4 25;- Cracked. Wheat $3 75;. Farina,
$4 50; Whole Wheat Flour, $3 50:; Rolled Oats
<barrels);[email protected] 25; in sacks. $5 [email protected]; Pearl Bar
ley, $5; Split Peas. $3; Green Peas, $5 60 per 100
lbs: •; ¦/¦/ ¦ ¦-:¦:':.¦:::::"¦. -¦¦¦:¦:.¦ ':- ; "/".' : .:-. "/¦¦.• '- ¦¦¦/;-•-¦.•.
Hdf'dnd:FecdstuJjFj;-
... There .Is nothing . new. In any description: ;¦;¦ The
:iriarkets'are.vinai:.Uve. '.-;•: './. '•..' ''. ¦-'./ '-..- -'• .--.' : ..¦•.-•:. :'
-BRAN— SI4OIS per ton.- /.--vVvv; '.'.-.;.; ¦.•.'.¦.¦.':. 'C:V/.
MIDDLINGS^rSI7®2O per .ton.
¦ FEEDSTUFFS — Bollod .Barley, : .$14(317 per
ton: Oilcake Meal at the: mill,- $2^527; Jobbing
$27 60<@28; : CocOanut Cake,/s2o©2i;. Corn Aleaf
[email protected] 50; Cracked Corn, $23 50!??24; Mixed Feed
$15 50: Cottonseed Meal;' $28 per'ton. .-.
-.-¦ HAY— Wheat; $6 SO^S 50 for Common . to . good
and $9 for choice; . Wheat and . Oat, $6 [email protected] 50
pat,[email protected]; :;.Barley,' [email protected]; .AUalfa, ' [email protected] 50 p>r
' STRAW— 2S®S6c' per. bale.--; ¦'¦ * '.'. ' •
Beans and. Seeds.
• Previous prices rnle for .Beans,- the market
being. firmly held:.. '•'¦¦:,' '¦¦¦.'• '•¦.:,'.'¦¦¦'.... ' ' ' '¦¦'.
BEANS— Bayos. $3 [email protected] 35:8ma1l White, $3 20
©3 35; large White; -$2 [email protected] 10; Pinks, •$2 50®
2 85; Reds. $3 50®3 75- Blackeye, $4 60; Butters
nominal; Lima, $5 [email protected] 25; Pea, $3 20® 3 40; Red
Kidneys, $3 SO-ir4. • '. - • . - - '¦¦ ¦ ¦ /
SEEDS— Brown Mustard, 3«?3^c; Yellow Mus
tard. 4®4i4c; Flax. $150^2 20; Canary,. 3^c per
lb for California and. 4c for Eastern; Alfalfa
[email protected]; Rape, [email protected]; Hemp, [email protected]^c; Timothy^
484V&C. . ¦"-¦¦••.' '"• ¦•." • •'" ' :•.-".
•DRIED PEAS— Niles, %l [email protected] 50; Green. $1 75
®2 50 per ctl. . . ' '.-''¦ .- •¦•_. ¦• •'.
Potatoes,. Onions and Vegetables.
•There is no' change worthy of note In any
thing, the markets being quiet. ; ..%..', j-:
POTATOES— Early Rose, [email protected]$l; River Reds,
60©75 c; - Burba nks. 50^75c ver sack; Oregon
BurbankK. [email protected]$l 10: Sweet Potatoes, $1 75 for
Merced; New Potatoes, .'--. ' ; •
ONION'S-^-Jl 40S«l 75 per ctl for all kinds.
VEGETABLES— Green Peas, [email protected] . - per :"lb;
String Beans, : ; Cabbage, [email protected]; Los An
geles Tomatoes,: -'slol 50: Egg Plant from Los
Angeles. [email protected]>4c; Dried Okra. l2Hc per lb;
Garlic,. 00 7 c; Green Peppers from Los Angeles,
405 c for Chile and — — for Bell: Dried Peppers.
SitflOc; Carrots, [email protected] per. sack: Lou Angeles
Summer. Squash,- $1 , per box;. Marrowfat
fiqufteh,.s2s per, ton. .: ¦ ':"¦ / .
Poultry and Game.
"Poultry is in limited, supply at the moment,
and the market Is In good shape. Game Btands
about the same. - . • . ... '.
• POULTRY— Live Turkeys, 12313 c for Gob
blers and 12(g13c for i Hens : ; Dressed Turkeys,
[email protected]; Geese, per pair, $1 [email protected]; Goslings, $1 75
@2; Ducks, »iijs for old and [email protected]'for young;
Hens,- $3 60iQ5;.- Young Roosters, ' [email protected]; Old
Roosters, J4^4 50:- Fryers, $4 50; Broilers, $4
©4 P0 for large and [email protected] 60 for. small; Pigeons,
U 25(3)1 £0 per .• dozen for old and $2 50© 3 for
squabs. ¦ . '
GAME— Ouall, "¦ $1 2501 BO: -Mallard.' [email protected]: Can
x-asback, $3®4; Sprig. $2'S'2 50; Teal, SI 25«?
$1 50;. Widgeon, $1 60; Small Duck, $1 25; Doves,
Turpentine marked up. .::;¦;¦ ' : r: :: ::''.^)-.'l^:--v'-- : '.A-}: [ y : '-- '.-/ : :
Silver a fraction firmer. Exchange as before.: . - 1 , '*
Wheat and Barley slightly lower.
Oats, Corn and Rye continue dull.
No change in Hay and Feedstuff s. \ .
Beans firmly held, but no higher.
Shipment of $252,056 to China.
Potatoes and Vegetables quiet
Butter uitsrttlcd at ttic'Jugh] prices. Cheese quiet. '. •" v"'-/
Eggs lower again and accumulating.
Poultry and Game steady and unchanged. . - /¦ : ' '
Apples -and citrus fruits tn good supply and quiet. -
Provisions in fair demand: at unchanged [prices. : .
Beef steady. Mutton and Lamb firm. - . - * . ,
Veal and Pork unchanged.
Increased Customs collections in January. ¦'. \-.^
Local Mint increased its coinage last month. .* .
Larger receipts of Coal this far this year/ ' ¦
Decreased imports of Sugar from the Islands;: .' \' ¦. . .
TO SAIL
Foreign Futures.
6cJ short clear sides (boxed); $5 [email protected] 85: whisky,
distillers' finished goodg. per gallon. $1 23^.- '¦.
Articles—' •-.-.'' •.'•-.• ¦•.Receipts,'' Shipments.
Flour, barrels ';• •"•' ' .V ¦..: '.^^B.OCO -. •¦• 26,000
Wheat.' bushels :.....,..;.......'. 41.000 . . -¦ 23,000
Corn, bushels .¦•-'..¦. .480.00Q- ¦¦- --230.000
Oats, bushels ... ' ...v. -...211.000:-. : '• ,-263.000
Rye. hushels ..v. • '..,...:! -4.000.' .' ' ' 3.G00
Barley, bushels .:.,;....:. .72.000-- '":';' 38.000
75c per dozen; Hare.- Jl 25®1 60: Rabbits. $1 25
<ffl 75: Gray Geese. $3: White. $1 50; Brant,
$1 7552 50: Honkers $4 50; English Snipe, $2 50
per dozen; Jack Snipe, $1 50. ,-¦ ;
Butter, Cheese and Eggs.
• .There' Is no further advance in Butter, and in
view of the loss in outside trade dealers do. not
look for any. •'The: general expectation' Is
toward. a reaction. Stocks ara irregular, some
dealers being slenderly and others liberally sup
plied. .
Eggs are off again and dull. Buying Is small
and of a hand-to-mouth character and stocks
continue, to accumulate. ¦•¦'-•
•. Cheese is quiet and unchanged. : . .. • :. ...
- BUT'l*Elt— .-''...;
¦ ¦': Creamery— Fancy Creamery. 27%@29c; ««<"
onds, [email protected] ' ' ' •. ,- • _ "_
Dairy-Fancy. [email protected]; good to choice, . 2214®
24c; common, 15®20c. ¦¦ A "
CHEESE— Choice mild new, lie; old, 10}4c;
Young America. [email protected]%c; Eastern. : 1»%@16c;
WeetPTn. 13H(frloc per !h. ?«,,a
EGGS— Quoted at [email protected] for store and [email protected]
per dozen for ranch, Eastern— Cold «»ton»*e.
[email protected] ¦' ¦¦¦¦•:. :'.-.; ¦ • ' - ¦-'•' ¦-' . ' -'.
Deciduous and' Citrus Fruits.
-About 675 bbxes of Oranges wiU.be offered at
the auction to-day. This fruit Is In liberal
supply at. the moment, and the market Is dull.
Other citrus fruits' are quiet. : . Apples continue
in large -supply and dull.' '-. /.;' ' .';; ¦ ' •
; DECIDUOUS :FRUITS— ' •.. : .
:• Apples— [email protected] per box. for common, [email protected]$l
for trood'and $1 25®1 75 for choice.-.
BERRIES-Cape " Cod Cranberries. ' $4®7
per. bbl.'.-'-. •'.¦.•.•¦¦¦'•.:¦'¦¦-••¦.¦-.•:' :..
. CITRUS FRUITS— NaveI Oranges, $1 50&2 25
per box; Seedlings, [email protected]$l 25: Japanese Man
darins. $1(^1 25; Pomelos. [email protected] 50; Lemons, $l*j
1 60for common' and [email protected]'2 60 for good to choice:
Mexican Limes, [email protected] 50; California Limes, [email protected]
35c: Bananaa. .$1 75©3 per bunch; Pineapples,
$3 [email protected] dozen. ¦¦ ' ' ;' •.¦•.••''.' -.'•
Dried Fruits; Nuts and Ra isins.
DRIED FRUITS^-Prunes. in sacks, 44e for
40-50' s,:[email protected]">ic for. 60-60' s.SHc for 60-70" s, 3^c
for.7p-So's,:3c.for. B'o-90's-. a>i4 2%c;for 90-i00 i i;:
Apricots, [email protected] for Royals, 12%® 16c for Moor
parks and [email protected] for Blenheims: Peaches. 5%®
6c for Standards, S^@6%c. for choice and [email protected]
for fancy; Peeled Peaches, 10(812^0; Evapo
rated Apples, [email protected]: Sun-dried. s®6Hc per lb;
Nectarines, .'[email protected]: Pears, 3^4®4%c for dark and
[email protected](!;for. bright halves; Black Figs, [email protected];
White Fics, 2S 3c: Bleached Plums, B®9c; Un
bleached Plums, [email protected]%c for pitted and l^c for
unpitted. ¦ ;¦. - - - . -
RAlSlNS— Bleached Thompson's— Fancy, per
lb.' loc; choice, 9c; standard, 8c; prime, 6c; un
bleached Thompson's, : per lb, 6c. .. Sultanas-
Fancy, per lb, S^c: choice, 7"r4c; standard, 6V4c;.
prime, sc; unbleached Sultanas, oc; . Seedless,
EO-lb boxes. sc; 2-crown, . loose Muscatels, 6%c;
3-crown, 6Vic; 4-crown, 7c; London .Layers,
2-crown, :Jl 60 per box: 3-crown, $160. Fancy
Clusters, $2; Dehesa, $2 60;. Imperial, $3. All
prices are f. o. b. at common shipping, points
¦.; NUTS— Chestnuts, [email protected]: Walnuts. [email protected] for
standaids and [email protected] for softshell; Almonds,
ll' / 4©l2c for paper-shell. 9iJrloc for soft and [email protected]
6c for- hardshell; Peanuts. 6%@6%c for Eastern
and 5c for California; Brazil Nutß. [email protected]; Fil
berts. [email protected]'/ic; Pecans. ll®13c; Cocoanuts, $4 50
@5." .¦.¦':.. ¦ '¦' ¦ '/• ? "'. ' ¦
HONEY— Comb. 11%@12c for bright and 10%@
lie for liKht amber: water white, extracted.
7%c; light amber extracted, 7%@7%c; dark, s^®
6c per Ib. •¦' ¦ ' ¦ . . ; ¦-.-
BEESWAX— [email protected] perlb. . •'"..: ... •
'• ... '/ '.- Provisions. - '':.'¦'¦¦ '¦.:_ ,
: .The demand. ls fair, but nothing extra. Quo
tations are steady. .... ' ¦ .-• . '.
CURED : MEATS— Bacon, 9%c per Ib for
heavy. 10c for light medium, 110 for light,: 12c
for extra light and-'ISHc for sugar-cured; East
ern . sugar^cured Hams, ¦ [email protected]^jc; California
Hams, nominal: Mess* Beef, $12 per bbl; extra
Mess, $13; Family. $14; extra Prime Pork. $14 50;
extra clear, $17; Mess, $16; smoked Beeef, lie
per.lb. ¦' - ¦¦¦¦¦¦. ; .-. .¦-¦•' :: -/. •¦¦ ¦ ¦'.:". :':.- '• .. ' .¦ " ' ;
LARl>— Tierces quoted at 6%®7c per Ib for
compound and 8c for pure: half-barrela, pure,
BUc: 10-lb tins. B%c; 5-lb tins, 9c.
COTTOLENE— tierces, 7%@BHc per lb; 10-lb
tlns, ; »Hc.- \ ;;.'¦;.;/¦ .'y/: ;¦ / ¦ _; ;., .; .'..-... ;: ; ¦
Hides; : T allow, Wool and Hops.:
./HIDES AND ;SKINS^-Culls and brands sell
about lc under quotations. Heavy salted
Bteers/ 11%@12c; medium, lie; light, lb&c; Cpw
hldes i :lo%'3'llc; Stags, 7c; Salted Kin, lie; Calf,
lie; Dry Hides,. sound, 19®20c; culls and brands;
[email protected]; Dry Kip and Veal. :[email protected]'lBc:. Dry Calf, 19
@20c;: Sheepskins, yearlings, [email protected] each;: short
Wool. : 35i^60c each; medium. 70©90 c: long Wool.
90c®$l 20 each; Horse. Hides, $2 50(g3 for large
and $1 25®2 for small: Colts, 25<350c. : . : . ;¦ ¦-
TALLOW— No. 1 rendered. s®sHc per lb; No.
2, 4®4Hc; refined, t%c; grease, [email protected]
¦.-.. WOOL— ' . .^ ¦-"¦:.' ¦¦>¦¦¦¦;:,/;.-¦ ''¦"
Fall clip. San Joaquln plains,/ [email protected]: South
ern. [email protected]; Middle County. [email protected]; Humboldt
and Mendocino, [email protected]; Eastern Oregon,- [email protected];
Valley Oregon. 18#20c:' Northern .Mountain:
free, : [email protected]; Northern Mountain/ defective, [email protected]
llc^per.lb. :¦.:.:¦ ;.-.:¦ ,'.•¦¦ :"¦¦.' ¦-.¦ ¦ ¦.¦ ¦' ¦¦:¦¦¦¦ - ¦'¦ '• = •;.'¦•
. HOPS— [email protected] per, lb. : ; :. : /•.¦: / l : : /. ?- : : : --.. •'.-
•;> $ an Francisco Meat Market.
Choice. Beef Is steady and jwlirz bring. the. top
qu(}tatlon. Yearling Lambs : are : higher. . Mut
ton.. Is stiil very .firm.; Hogs and Veal are as
¦efor*. ¦ ••:":.. : - ; ;- ¦[ * * .'>-'""
BEEET-«U®7e per Ib for fair to choice.
¦ • VEAI<— R«f l»c per Ib. ' . .-¦ •. • ¦ ... 7¦; - - ¦
- MUTTON— Wethers, : S®SV4c; . ewes, .80 , per
pound;;.: '••-. :.:¦". : ; /.•'.••'¦-• ¦..'••-.'-¦ ••¦. : -.''• ' '-¦¦ '¦¦- ¦' ¦ :'; - ¦..
vLAMB-^Sprlng,. 15c; yearlings, 9gjlQc per Ib; ¦
/PORK— :Live Hogs, 5%c for small. 6Vi®s% 0 for
medium and [email protected] for large;.- stock Hogs' and
feeders, s®sV«c ; dressed: Hogs, 7^B^?.; • . L ;.-•. • ¦; . ¦
.;';'; :: general' Merchandise: } .;:>
¦BAGS— San Quentin Bags,'.- $3.. 65;: Calcutta
Grain -Baßs,- [email protected] ; Wool; Bagis/ 28®30>c. : '..i ; . .. .
¦ COAL-rWeHlrigton;' $8 per. ton; New-W elling*
td^?;W;i^uth^eMsWeUUjg^n^,^jM^'^tU4"
$7; Bryant, $7; COos Bay, $5. 50: Wallsend, $S;
Co-operative Wallsend; $8; Scotch, -— i-; Cum
berland. $12 In bulk and $13 50 lnsapks; -Penn
syivania Anthracite Egg, $13; ;Cannel,. $U per
ton; Coke, $15. per ton in bulk and $17 in sacks.
-SUGAR— The -Western Sugar Refining Com
pany quotes, terms net cash, -in : . 100- Ib bags:
Cubes. .A.Crushed and. Fine Crushed. 5%c;.-Pow
dered,' 5%c; Candy '-/.Granulated, 6V4c; Dry Grah
uiated;. .-5V»c:.. Confectioners' A, 6Hc;- Magnolia
A; 4%c; Extra C, 4%c; Golden C. 4>ic; barrels.
l-16c. : more;.' half-barrels... Vie' more; boxes, %q
more;:. 60- Ib bags,.,Hc more.. No orders taken
for; 'less than '-.. 75 -barrels, or ¦' Us equivalent.
Domirios,-. half-barrels;: 5%c; boxes; 6Hc-per Ib..
Imports/ from . the-lslands In 'January were
71,0r>G bags, : against 207,700 In January. 1599. -?/
LUCOLr-Is. higher at. 61c ...for ¦ raw and 63c
for boiled In barrels. Cases, Jc more. -: .- ;
: TURPENTINE-is: higher at: 76c per gallon
In-.cases' and. 70c. in drums, or.lr.on barrels.. . .
i^ Receipts of^Produce.:
FOR; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY t
Flour, 'qr- sks..'.-. ..l,323|Hay. tons ' '.;.'.. 404
Wheat, ctls ...:.; .7,000 Straw^ tons'....;. -14
Barley,. ctisi.ii.V* - S.SSOlßalsine. bxs- ....-.'• 857
Oats, ¦ctlsvi.'..-.;;.' ' -780 Eggs., dozen -..:'.;.. 8.580
Butter; ctls "¦¦,'.'.;; .'.- .. ' 131 Wine;, gals ; .: ; .: \ . 35.300
Cheese,' ctls... ....'•'¦ 184 Paper, reams. .."..';" 6.000
Tallo\>v ctls ....... > 224|Brandy. gals ...... 6to
Beans, sks ;.':.:,. . -BS3. Leather, rolls ¦.-...¦'¦¦ 303
P.Ota^ees. sks ..... l,oo2!Hldes. No ...;.... .219
OniOns,' sks ..'..;.:¦- 4a,Lime...bbls -?:,i.i : ---Is2
Bran, sks -.'. ::. .".-. .1.640 Sugar, bbls ' : ; . . : . . 138
¦Middlings."- sks ¦•¦•*-. "'. 120' Pelts. vbndls. '.:... V- - '90
Sugar, sks: ......;• 200 Quicksilver, flsks - : .12
Charters.
The Martha Davis loads: merchandise .;-. tor
11110..-> '¦'• :¦.;*,¦¦¦.'•"-.¦'-.' ¦: -I' -- ; U'-i"
The Pioneer loads lumber at Grays Harbsr
for Honolulu; Spokane, lumber at Port Gamble
for Hilo.'. :v-- ::V ; -.*':-¦ 1 .:. ; .-'-':'.;."-. ; -:"'.. '.
Customs Collections.
Local : customs collections In .. .January
amounted to $T54.."«3. the largest for many
years. The collections in January, • ISS9, were
J5i6,100. : ¦¦'¦" •'.-• : -- ;' ;-:..-'..".. -.".'r:^'-. ' ."'-.
Treasure ShipvienL^:':^/^'-;
The Doric; took out a treasure list. of $252. 056,
consisting of JIS2.W6 in Mexican dollars, $*5.000
In rold coin. f43,:/JO in eilver bullion, $1000 In
dimes and I'M in nickels. ¦: ' • ; : ¦,:.'.:.¦.•.¦•
Receipts of Coal:
Receipts of coal at this port In January were
136.C00 tons, apainst 114,550 in the same month
lest year, and consisted chiefly of E2.552 tons
frorr/Pujret Sound. 43.2.** from British Colum
bia. tI.ZiZ from England and 13,219 from Aus
tralia. -.'¦¦¦¦ ¦¦.•: : ;.. ; ; ... •:¦ •:.""••:..'-, - : i'- ' -; : : "' -, : •'.'-.¦: : ; ".
Coinage of: ihc : Mint.
The coinage of the local Mint for the first
peven months, of - the fiscal year was as fol
lows: Double ( agios', 127.5ni.00n; eagles. -18.705.
»i<'': half maples. J1,470/ino: • standard dollars,
*46.ft00: half-dollars. $T:^.2S'7: quarter-dollars.
I."*-."!"'; dimos, 1133.f««;.t0ta1.:135,64L^7, against
ft3.I2S.ZZo. for the tame ttme last year.V-. .y '• -f.
Stocks of Grain,
Produce Exchang-e Grain Inspector Stellerre-
X>orts etocks of grain ' on wharf and . tn . ware
house February 1 ai« follows, in tons: : : :. .-.:.. v
: ¦"¦-, ;"/:¦' -: : :-5. .'.•:..'- '¦"-.¦• ' ' Wheat. Barley.
Port Cost*, January 1 ...... ...147.721 -.. 29.114
Per* Costa. February 1......... 134.<H« ; 27.112
Stockton, . Januarj' 1... ... W..,: 70.C48 -' - '¦ 23.433
Stockton. .; February -1..-V.,.:'... 65.34Q •*.'. 22.073
Fan FranciKco. .'Jar.ua.ry 1; .'.-.. ¦ -1.620 . ¦¦"'¦ 15.980
6an Francisco,' February 1.\.- ' 2,027 : .- 12.86S
-•: \'.': ¦¦-:;. , '-.: Oats. Corn. Bran.
January -ii..:..;..;:....:»: 6.155 V 491 ../;¦ 295
February/ 1.^Vi:;.'.:....^. 6.717 : v .•¦;'.'. 447 ; ; .': ¦ SlO
: Iteceiptt in January: were 18.706 tons barley,
2749 ton£ oats, 1373 tons corn :and 185 f t; toios
bran. >::'-'; ::.';.-. -.: . ¦'. ; .' : .' ; . : }"' '-'.'¦:'¦<'/: ¦:¦'.¦¦ -.•¦¦ •j~'>. : -'i'^'<i-
Weather Report;
1 • :^';.(l2oih Meridian— Pacific' Time.) V:'" : :::V' V
\ . :^V SAN FRANCISCO, : Feb. I^-6. p.itn: g
The :fo!lowine ere. the seagor.ai rralnfaiTs-'. to
<ate ' a* :¦ compared . with : those of .-- same - date
last, eeason -and 'rainfalls .-.-in-last; J4. hbursi'. _'¦''.' ..". ;
' : si-:~.~'-:'rA~:; W-'V- •¦:' ;V Last^.' ; Tnis : - ; '"Lai«t ; v-
Stations— .-: .j '•¦¦ -; 24 iiaurs.' season, eeafon;.
Eureka..-::.^:.w,^:.';. : .V.: -0.-OO\V.' 33.50 ¦¦.-.:, 17.77
ItM Bluff :.:,.'..:..:...;.".. : . o.ooV; -./' U.S9 :.- '.- .13.12
Sacramento. 1.:..:-...'...i : :.--!0.b6- ¦:'¦ 13.5T-.".-' • -7.55
t-'an ; Frahctsco '..(.....'.'.;¦.' 0.00 .¦•¦..'- .¦'., 14..47 : '--"--7.67
FrpFno".-.:--:v:.;...wV.;:. ,!0;.00 \,: ; . ¦:• <;k" ; v : 3.M
ln<l»T>«-n'Jenc<> ....•...•.:.¦;;¦ 0.00 ¦¦ •- -2, 08-- - - '¦:'•'. K-li
Han/Luis Obiapo -.^.. '.'-..'.¦ 0:00 ;". ¦ : ."12'.'4.1'. ;• '.' : ' : 6.:$T
h.<-* .A-np«>:-es ...:,.......;.: <S.-ti) : '" .' .¦•4.57. -: ; : .'2.94
Han ' pie*ro ... ...v^. ; :U.;." X)vCO. '¦¦'¦ '-. :-i-.€2.---:.- ¦ 3J4J
y umjt. : . . ¦:•. .;..... :.; .;¦.¦,.. : -.-.• 0.0Q.;..: -V:d.«6 .:*-. ;':::. :.1'.'33..
San Francisco data— Maximum temperature, :
tl degrees; minimum; 44; mean, ¦ 48. : ;' : .'• ;-:.-."-¦:
WEATHER CONDITIONS A.YD GEXERAI/
FOiIECAST
The;, pressure is beginning 'to fall ''rapidly
along-; the coast of Oregon and Washington:
Rain it' falling from Astoria northward.. South-:
fastfrly winds prevail along the coast north' of
Point lieye*. The tejnperature has. remafned
nearly btationary west -of " the Rocky. .Mojinr:
tains.. '. •¦.•./¦¦'•.¦..¦..;¦¦•.¦¦-¦¦;•.'.¦•..••
Fog continue* In the ' valleys north •' of _.:the.
Tfhachapi. ¦'.¦-¦ . ¦.. -,' ¦¦-.-¦ • ¦ r '- .'-:'
Fir«?aet made at San Francisco tor. 30 -hours
ending midnight February 2; 1900. • ...;..-.-¦•:.;-•;
Northern California— Cloudy. ' Friday>-' with:
rain-in"'northern portion and possibly -.liv the
whole State by Saturday; warmer in:horthern
portion: fresh south»»a£t«>rly winds.. ¦ : \-;-?: : '.i :°.>"\-
Southern California— Cloudy Friday 1 ., I . with
light tracta Friday morning in : the Interior;
Hch't" northerly winds inland, ..westerly:, winds
on' the coast. ;¦ ..:.,'... ¦¦:'¦.-••
Nevada — (Tloudy Friday.'. ¦•.-' .¦.-.¦.¦;•'•••"¦¦¦¦.'•¦•
; i;tah— Fair Friday. . . •':•..•:..•¦,
% Arizona -Fair Friday, with light f rosts -In
the morning. ¦- •-•.....-. ;.-.-
San. Francisco and vicinity— Cloudy Friday/,
probably rain; not so cold; fresh southeasterly
winds.- . ALEXANDER G. McADIE.
ffliSKll Forecast Official. ' '¦
TO ARRIVE.
Steamer Movements.
Articles— ¦¦ ; • Open. High. - Low. Close
.Wheat No. '2—; . ? . :¦ .-•¦¦¦¦
February ' . ... 65%
May - 6SH 6SV4 ¦" - 67% • : 67%
July 68% ,-63' i; -.68%' . 6S«
Corn No. 2—2 — ' '
February :...;..,....• 30% ; 30Vi 30% 3014
May :......... -32%. -33 -I-. 32% 32%
July./ 3314 .-33H' 33Vi ; • 33U
• Oats No/ 2— .. • . ¦; • "
May .;........ 23>4 ' 23H • 234 • ' 23%
July ••••••¦ -i" £ nn l A ¦ ' 22% ' r mi ¦¦ • 22 %
-Mess Pork, per tiarrel— ••-..:
May -...:::i075 10 80 10 70 •' 10 75
July. :..».;... .10 S2H 10 85 M 0 80' 10 80
Lard, per 100 pounds— • '
May 575 E &7# B 92% 6 92U
July 6 02tf 6Q5 600 6 02U
Shart lUbs, per 100 pounds— ' ¦
May 1 " ..:. 6 77^4 5 82H 5 77^ 580 -
July .....,.....'..... 585 -¦ 685 . 5 82V4- 5 85U
Cash quotations were as follows: - Flour
steady; -No. 2 red, 69®69V4c; No. 2 corn, 3H4c'
No. 2 oats, 23c: No. 3 white, '. 25K9'25Uc;- No 2
rye, 62>4®54c;.N0. "2 barley. [email protected]; No.! 1 Hax-
Bced, $1 59: prime timothy . seed, $2 40«?2 45
mess pork, per bbl, $9 35®10 60; lard. , per 100
pounds, $5 [email protected] 82H: short ribs sides (loose)
$5 60®5 90; dry salted shoulders (boxed), G%Q>
©HnnUSJI Th * 8. S. Australia
\J&S»a54i. * a!Js f°r Honolulu
rig **•* Wednesday. Feb. 7.
B J, — >. , 1900. at 2p. m.
O**rl'^ The s - 8 - Alameda
Favorite line around the world via Hawaii
«?arroa. New Zealand. Australia, India. Sue*.
England, etc.: $610 first class.
i. b. br-xcCKELS & d.ius. CO.. Agts.. )I4 Montoomeri
Pier 7. Foot Pacific St. Freight Office. 327 Market St
COMPAONIE GENERALS TKANSATLASTIQUS.
DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARIS. -+12* m,
Sailins every Thursday instead of C&jIITn
Saturday, from November 2. IS9!>. at ww * l r3»
10 a m- from Pier 42, North River, foot of
Morton st : LA BRETAGNE. Feb. 8: I/AQUI-
TAINE Feb. 15; LA GASCOGNE. Feb. 22; LA
TOURAINE. March 1. First class to Havre,
$80 and upward; 5 per cent , reduction on round
trip.-- Second class to Havre. $45; 5 per cent re-
duction on round trip. GENERAL AGENCY
FOR UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 32
Broadway (Hudson building). New York. J.
F. FUOAZ.I & CO.. Paciflc Coast Agents.' 5
Montgomery aye.. San Francisco.
CHICAGO. Febi I.— There was : little, life in
the wheat, pit. May. opened Me down at 68<3>
6SHc,,ahd shortly afterward touched 67%©67%^.
The advance at Paris caused a reaction .which
carried the' market to 6SHc,.- but the advance
did not hold.- Later, rumors of a .better cash
demand lifted the print*, of May to 68% c. 'This
position, after a brief 'struggle, was abandoned
under a fire from profit-takers, and the market
closed weak.- May [email protected]%c under; yesterday at
67?fco .- -..-".' • ¦ '?-¦• ' . - .
Corn, . after a brief period of easiness early,
was firm, principally because It was -. reported
country acceptances over- night showed a fall
ing off. May closed a shade up at 32% c. •• ¦- ; •
Without .much trade, the . tone in the ' oats
.market was. firm. ¦ May closed a shade -over
yesterday at 23U©23%c. :
-With hoga receipts way under the estimates
the provisions people bought. A good cash
demand for product was . also reported. Trade
was quiet.. May pork closed V^c over yester
day at $10 75: May lard 2Hc up at $5 92V4 and
May ribs 5c higher at $5 80.
The leadlne futures ranged as follows: .";.
THE STOCK MARKET.
: - -Trading »as -light in . the morning; on the
Bond Exchange, Makawell was higher ¦at
$43 [email protected] and Paauhauat $27. .-. Paciflc Gas was
weaker at [email protected] 62%. '¦ . •• .' .'.••;.¦ •
.The- list of sales was larger in the afternoon,
but- fluctuations .'we're slight. :'v- : . . '
The oil stocks continued quiet.
..The Oceanic Steamship Company paid a divi
dend of 50 cents and the San Francisco Gas
and Electric Company 33 cents yesterday.
The Giant Con. -Powder Company will pay
a 'dividend of 75. cents per share on the 10th.
¦ The Hulme Bros. & Hulme Fish Company
will pay a dividend of 65 cents per share this
month. ¦:
The Pacific- Sheet Metal Works, will pay
a dividend (No. 33) of 50 cents per' share on
the 6th.
The Paciflc . Lighting Company will pay a
dividend of 35 cents per shar.e on the sth.
The Central Gaslight Company will- pay the
usual quarterly dividend of Jl per share this
month, and the California Cotton Mills a
similar amount. flpfr^ai
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
THURS
BlU.Atta..
US Bonds—
4s quar coup.. — —
4s quar reg.... — 114V4
4s quar new... — r - — •
3s quar coup.. — ' — .
Miscellaneous —
Cal-st Cab ss. 117 —
C C Wat ss;. — 107%
Eu L & P 6b.. 130 m
F & CT Ry 65.. 116 —
Geary-st R 6s. — -95
H C & 8 6%5. .105 110
MC A S SS....HXIK -
LA Ry 65.....104%10a' / i
LA LCo 6s.V— —
Do gntd 65.. — —
Do gntd 6n.. — 103-
LA& P R 55.102 —
Mnrket-*' 8>i...126% —
Do Ist M 55.. — 118V4
N C N G R 78.106 — 1
N'M of Cal tis.liaVi —
N R of Cal 6s. 113% —
w i* m r R«.ins —
N P C R R 65.105H — .
r> <J' It X a 1...1» - —
001. & H E5.109 —
Oak Tran 6s. v. — 112%
DAY. Feb. I—2 p. m.
Pnnit G T. Co.. '3H^ S4S 4
Mutual El Co-'l3%'l4tt
O G L& H... 44% 43
Pac Gas Imp.. 48^ —
Pac Light Co.. 41% —
S F G &.E.... 60>i —
San Francisco. 4J4 4«
Stockton Gas.. M - —
Incuranf^ —
Flrem'a Fund.22l —
Harm SiocKk— ¦
Ltd. M>^ —
Bank of Ca1...400 402
cal S D & T..'.98 100
FirFt Nntn1....2a0 3r;5
Lon P,& A....133 133
Merchants' iix — a*
Nev Nat 8k... — —
Savings Banks—
Ger S £ L.. 1760 —
Jitim.s * T.. _ _
Mut'Sav 8k... 45 46Vi
X F b»v U;.'oO» —
Say & L Co. 74 .78
Sec Say Bk. — —
Union T Co. — —
street Railroads-
California — 120
EASTERN MARKETS.
Sun, Moob and Tide.
AMERICAN LINE.
FEW YORK. SOUTHAMPTON. LOITDOS. PISI3L
. Stopping at Cherbourg, westbound. - :
'.From New York every Wednesday. 10 a. m.
St. Pau1... ......Feb. 7|Frlesland Feb. 2?
New York. ,.:... Feb. 14 New York March 7
St. L0ui5..:. .....Feb. 2l!st. Paul March 14
;';¦'.. '.:¦ RED STAR LINE.
. New YorK oijd Antwerp.
From New York every Wednesday, 13 noon.
Westernland .... Feb. 7j Fr iesland ....... Feb. 2S
Kensington .....Feb. HSouthwark ...March 7
Noordland ......Feb. 211 Westernland ..March 14
>;;•";¦.' .. empire line.
Seattle. St. Mlcbasl. Davvson City-
For .full Information regarding freight and
passage apply to
INTKRNATIONAL. NAVIGATION COMPANT.
30 Montgomery st., or any of its agencies.
TOYO KISEN KAISfIA.
STEAMERS "WILL LEAVE TTHARF. COR-
ner of First and Brannan streets. 1 p. m..
for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calllngr at
Kobe (IIloco), Nagasaki and Shanghai, and
connecting at Honskonc ¦ with steamers for
India, etc. No cargo received on. board on day
of sailrnjr. i-«. n » -
NIPPON MARTT Friday. Feb. 9
AMERICA MARL..." Wednesday. March 7
HONGKONG MARU Saturday. March 31
•Vta Honolulu.
Round-trip tickets at reduced rates. For
freight and passage apply at company's office.
4*l Market «t.. corner First. .
1.1 Marie H> . AVERT General Agent.
OCEAN TRAVEL.
LOCAL MARKETS.
Continued on Page Eleven.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
'.vi-jv.-'"."- 7 ';?:'.:,"-:- Steamers leave Broadway
Sh. ' :.-:.¦' ¦•¦.•' -wharf, San Francisco:
-'-' v : ' : For Alaskan ports. 10 a. m..
W^^gj^ Feb. 5. 10;. 15, 20, 2.1. Mar. 2.
iaS''f>S9S | ?K Change to company's stoam-
|ST MC«\Hra ers at Seattle.
Zjg^^&j Ml Fcr Victoria. Vanrnuv»r,
Ffftimr^*nn I ' B - C). Yon Townsen.i.
j^^EHSI Seattl». Tacoma. Everett.
Anacortea »n.I New Wh.it-
¦¦•.¦•'.'¦¦ - r^"% ¦ com-.(Wash.). 10 a. m..- Feb.
5. JO.- 13i 20.: 25. : Mar. 2. ' and every : fifth day
thereafter; change sit Seattle to this company's
steamers for Alaska and G. N. Ry. : at Tacoma
to-Ni.P.Ry-: at Vancouver to C P. Ry. :
¦ For Eureka- (Humboldt Bay>.: 2 p. , m., Feh.
3. 8. 13. 18. .23, 2S. Mar. S, and every fifth day
thereafter. • ¦- ¦ . • .' .
For Santa Cruz, 3fonterey. San Simeon. Cay-
ucog; Port Harford (San Luis Oblspo). Gavlota.
Santa Barfcara. Ventura.- Hueneme. Pedro.
East San Pedro (Los Angeles) and Newport. 9
a. m.. Feb. 4. S. 12, 1«. 20. 24. 2S. Mar. 4. and
very fourth day thereafter. • .... . ... ...
• For San Diego..: stopping only at Port Harford
(San Luis Oblspo>, ¦ Santa Barbara, Port Los
Angeles and Redondo (Los Angeies),' 11 al m..
Feb. 2. 6. 10, 14. IS. n. 26. 'Mar. .2. and every
fourth' day thereafter.: . :¦. - - C ¦
'*¦ For Ensenada, - Magdalena Bay, San Jose del
Cabo. Maz.it lan. Altara, La Paz. Santa Rosalia
and- Guaymas (Mex.), 10 a. m.. 7th of each
month. : ''- . •'¦ ¦''¦¦¦' ' '-- .'-.'•,' •" : V ¦.¦¦.-¦:. -,'/¦ ¦ ' .' ' ¦
. For further Information : obtain company's
foTder. .'. :•-'•-.:.•; ', ."v. :''.-,. : : -¦¦.:::.-¦ ¦¦
-..- .The -company reserves the right to change
steamers, : sailing dates and hours of satilng.
without previous notice. .' '• ••:' •' .- •¦' • -.
TICKET . OFFICE — 4 ;Xew Montgomery
street ¦ <Palace Hotel. > ' •".; -:¦-...••¦¦ . . •
GOODALL. PERKINS A CO.. Gen. Agts..
;. .-'.':.. ¦.;•.•.•¦•:.'•, 10 Market. st., San Francisco.
Shipping Intelligence.
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
I^a new con 4s ro«H \'a Centuries...'.:,/ 85 '
M t-'i : % a L ia •"¦•'•• '-*W "o deferred...::.. 6
¦Uo 45i, ............ 59% S Paciflc 45........ S3U
,'¦'¦ -. .' ,'•*.. MININS. STOCKS.-'."; '•'; •'¦... :• '
X"^ ar -1-V--.... . '-.. 13 (0ntari0 •':...: ...•;...;V;8 50
SS^Si* Va..,.. 13S P1ym0uth..;...;.... OS
S?? l^.---' 45 Quicksilver ........ 175
«»V1 x »9 urry -— • 20 Quicksilver prefd:: 750
i*^™'^'^ orcross "- 25 Sierra Nevada...... 57
rl° me !h ake ........30 00 Standard ........... 2 30
MSl£n Ver •••>••— -.:-" Union: Con ...V..;.. •26
Mexican ... ; . ...... 30 yellow Jacket...... - 18
¦ :-¦ . BOSTON STOCKS. '\ AND BONDS; ;:. :; : A
1 , 1 . o"^'—0 "^'— '.'/¦.- ¦¦'-¦•¦ .'• 1 West' End'rir'efd.'.:nOV4
T?^ V aDS ••••••¦••3H^t West : Ele.ctrlc.....i. 43
Time loans ? .....;«. @5 West: Elecprefd.,. 61 •
a -ip •'¦> -S- £••'!'¦''•" : - M^ Dominion Coal .... 41W
"a^T F -Prefd ? . 62* i Dom Coal prefd.^.-.llaH'
American. -.Sugar.-. .118 . Bonds— •' >.' '• '¦ -
£ m . > u ? ar : W-efdUM Atchison 4s /.;...:..:99 -¦•
n^fo^i^K 116 — 337 ' Mining Shares-^- :. -.
Boston & Albany.. .240 Adventure. ..:.....;- 5 •
i?o« nn * M' a . ted - 97 ' 4 Allouez-Mln C 0,.:., 2%
Boston £ Maine,... 197 Atlantic ...;...::;.. 25 V.
fen C£ Q - ¦•' • • 123 * Boston & Mont: ; . .265 *
Fitchburr orefd ...123 Butte & Boston..; -M .
Genera Electric. ,l23l4. Calumet & Hec1a..737.
Gen Eec prefd;.:.l3s Centennial ......... 16 .
gg e deral Steel ..... M. Franklin ..,....:... 14
Fed Steel -prefd..:.. 76% Humboldt ..;...... 1 '
0^ , Central -- i n"¦ Osceola . .„...:...... «9
Parrbt ::.........„. 42«,
£i d 5° io r^ '-"'¦-•¦¦ ¦- 202 Santa Fe Copper..^ S?
Old D0mini0n....... 17% Tamarack ...:.....178 >
Rubber ...,v..... ii; .. 37% Winona-.,..,....... Si 4
Lnlon Pacific ./.,. 46% Wolverines .;;¦-.... 39?
Union Land ........ 2% Utah ....:..:......:. 25
West- End ii;..:1;..i.-K% . .-.-:¦:¦ ¦•'¦.:.•¦.•.¦:.¦ ¦¦¦•¦¦••
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. I.— Money on. call, easy
at 2US2H per cent; .. last- ipan.'; 2/4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper; [email protected] "per c^nt] Sterling
exchange, strong, with actual business' U bank
ers' bill at: $4 [email protected] 87%: for demand and at
$4 ..?4^©4 54% for sixty- days. ¦"'Posted '.rates,'.
$4 [email protected] BSI4. •-.-. Commercial bills, $4 83^@4 83%.
Silver certificates, [email protected] Bar silver. 60% c.
Mexican dollars, 47Hc . Gpverrirnent :; bonds,
strong; State bonds, inactive; railroad bonds,
irregular. : ': ¦ ' .- ¦ /• '¦; .'• .'. •'-•/.: ' ¦ . ¦ :.- :¦¦:-¦¦ .:' ¦
Condition 'of; the Treasury;
WASHINGTON* Feb. I— To-day's* statement
of the condition of the; Treasury shows: Avall
5.A cce c« a Jic' balance . $232. 190.973; gold reserve.
London Markets^
NEW YORK, Febi 1.-The Commercial Ad
vertiser's London financial cablegram says: ..
The markets here .were- quite -cheerful 'to
day, • mines being ; strong . on a' circumstantial
report that Dr. . Leyds has failed to obtain a
loan from Continental brokers; although It : is
safd he declared that the . Boers must col laps j
soon unlesH their cause was financed 1 in Eu
rope. There were also additional reports that
General Buller had again crossed the ' Tugela
River in force. Americans were steady.- Ber
lin Ijought slightly, but without much effect
on prices, oh. account of profit- taking sales in
London. The close- waa below the best on
New- York sales/ . .•": ¦ . •¦ '. ... . •--. ... .
. Paris bought copper shares on the fortnightly
statlf>tic3 showing stocks down eighty tons and
supply 700.: There, was no gold : movement.
India demand for silver eeems to be satlsfled.
Money, was in demand to-day for. the consol
settlement and Mexican financial' operations.
Consols were Vi up> but !were sold' freely. Just
'before.. the close on information. It Is believed,
about an impending war loan. . ,'. ..'. ¦¦'.'¦¦'
CLOSING
LONDON. Feb. I.— Canadian . Paciflc, 9S% ';.
Union Paciflc; preferred. 77H: Northern Paclilc
preferred. 76*4 ; Atchison. 20} i; Grand Trunk,
1%; Anaconda, SV«:- Bar. silver steady at 27? id
per ounce..-'. '.¦¦'¦.-¦¦.¦'¦¦ •¦• - : .' .- ¦¦¦. ¦ -.' • ?.: . •' : ¦ ¦.¦ -¦
State of Cak... Portland Feb. 9
Alameda Sydney Feb. 9^
Tillamook Tlllamook Bay IFeb. 3
THE SAN: FRAJSClSUq^^U^i^^iiliAX, FEBRUARY 2, 1900.
COMMERCIAL AND FINACIAL NEWS
'. On the Produce Exchange to-day, the- butter
market was ; steady: creamery, [email protected]; dairy,
19W22c. - Cheese, firm; 12® 13c. Eggs, .. strong;
fresh; [email protected]^c. ••' • '. ' '- - . ; -- ¦¦' -"
. - ARRIVED. ¦ : ;
' .'.- :. •¦- •'. .Thursday, February V
Stmr Geo^Loomfs, Bridgett. 33 hours from
Ventura. ¦ •..,-.¦¦¦.- ; . -.. - ; .. .; ........ . ¦
Stmr Coquille River. Thompson. 36 hours from
¦Ventura. .••-.....- .¦ -. ¦ , . ...,
Stmr Cleone. Hixetna. 17 hours from Caspar.
Stmr Scotia. Jacobs. 15 hours from Albion.
Stmr South Coa3t. Olsen. 42 hours from New
port <S). ..... ¦:-.¦ '. -, .-. :. .... . . .-.
Stmr Orizaba. Parsons. 22 hours from Eureka,
Stmr Walla Walla. Hall. 514 hours from Vle
.toria and Puset Souni ports. .-.'-- '¦¦.--•¦ :
Schr Reporter. Dollar. II hours from Grays
Harbor. .-. ..;-.". ¦ - - -¦:,>"¦:->¦-,¦,.;
'¦.' 'y-'h ¦.'¦¦::¦ : .';CLEARED. : i;:::- ::':.;¦ </'^-O.
: *.'•:¦¦'¦:: '.¦'¦.'¦:. ¦'¦¦: i :¦ Thursday. February f: .
Stmr Pomona. Saa Dlega; Goodall, Perklas &
. CO.-- •- ¦-:¦¦.:¦¦¦¦-¦-.'¦•.•.' ¦:.-..;. : . . , -._¦¦
.. Stmr. State of California, Gage. Ajtorta:
Goodall, Perkins & Co. . . . ¦:
. Br stmr Doric, Smith. Hongkoaff and Toko
hama, via Honolulu; O4OS 3 Co. - .•'"- -•
Br stmr Bristol. Mclntyre, Nanataso; R
EHmsmplr Sons Co. .-¦¦¦:.'..••¦'. -, -. ...
Ship Inyinclble,. iTaclterzie. Melbcurna: J J
--Moore &00. ¦'. ¦¦¦¦' -•-'¦- '¦:¦.: ¦¦-' ¦¦¦¦ ¦ -. :¦¦ ...
¦.-¦¦¦^":.j; ,:?•:-,, -:X-'. • SAILED. .: : .:j >; .- .^,-v / ¦ ¦ ,:,
"' •:: .•-¦."•¦;." : ; "• --' '.?£? '¦¦ V-.\- " Tlrursdayv Febniary't'"-- ¦
Stmr. South Coast,- Olsen,—-. -. .:
.: Stmr Rival, Johnson, Coos Bay. ; ;
Stmr Albion. Ericsson. Albion. * . .
Stmr Pasadena. Hamilton. Eureka. V
•-¦ Stmr. Coquille River, Thompson, Grays Har
,bor»".::. :.:-•} : ;-. : r- : ¦ -::":'". : -/ : ---: ¦ ;¦...*.. .
¦ Br.stmr Doric, Smith, Yokohama and Hong
kong,, via' Honolulu. :. •'.¦"-.-¦• . : ~ ' ¦:¦
. Br ship Mayfleld. Roberts. Queenstown.
Schr Amethyst. Zlmmermann.. Coqulll* River.
Schr. Barbara Hern3teri Lfndberg, Fort Bragff.
¦\ v . . ; TELEGRAPHIC / :-
POINT : LOBOS. Feb 1. 10 » m— Weather
foggy; wind NE, velocity 6 miles. ¦¦
¦ : : '- '¦'¦.-. : \ -¦'-. MEMORANDUM. : ¦'..:.¦:
Per sehr Rerorter^-On Jaa 25, lat 40 06 N. lon
123 40 W, spoke bark Abby Palmer, from Port
Hadlock. for Port Adelaide, which reported
loss of portion of deck load and one of tha
cr«w had both legs . broken. . Would put Into
San P*drp or San Francisco. . : .'¦• ¦¦
. . -'DOMESTIC PORTS,' .
SEATTLE— Arrived Feb 1— Stmr Farallon.
from Skaguay. Jan 21— Stmr City of Topeka,
from Skaguay:':':-:.--' •: . ' • .¦¦¦:¦'.
Sailed Jan-3i— Stmr Aloha, for San Francisco.
¦Feb'-'l— Stinr-'AI-KI. for Dyea. •
CRESCENT ClTY— Sailed Jan a— Stmr Aloha,
for San Francisco. . ¦ ¦.-.¦¦¦•¦ ¦¦¦¦'.
TACOMA— Sailed Feb I— Schr Marlon, for San
Franclseo. - -. ¦' .- -.-¦ .- .
GREENWOOD— Arrived Feb I— Stmr Whltes
boro. hence Jan Jl. .¦¦'•¦ :¦. ..... - ; -\ .
PORT TOWNSEND— SaiIed Feb I— Br stmr
Goodwin, for Yokohama. " • -•; ••". ¦¦". .
Arrived Feb I— Br ship- Englehorn, from Yo-
EUREKA- Sailed Feb I— Schr Helen N Klm
ball, for Hilo; schr J G Wall, for San Fran
ctscd: schr Oceania. Vance, for Shanghai.
•:_• ;;•-¦' : . • Ln'ERPOOL. . . -.-. . .
Wheat- . ¦ .. Mar. .May. - July.
Opening ;•...-...•..•¦;.'.. b 10% -.- 5 10-: •.¦ B 10V t
Closing >.......,....... 5 10% '.¦.¦: 6 10U : . -B.lOVi
Wheat-^- ¦;-."• '. ' •¦ ¦ ¦.' ' ' Feb.. 'MayrAug'.
Opening ........ •".;*.'..' 19 10'- -.- '2085 ••.'
Closing -..;.,.. .- ?..»., 2005 :¦ 21.10
'¦Flour— •¦••¦¦; • . ¦. ':'•.'.•; ...'.•'. ¦:•- V'¦ •¦ ''. •• " -.¦'' : . .-¦'
Opening; ¦?.';•.¦..¦.¦¦.',;¦ ' ¦.-..-. i.ii 25 SO ....¦ ¦. 26.85 .¦ '/
.Closing-.. •..w....-.....-..-..-....;.:;-. J...26J ...26 00 ¦ .' -.27 35 .'¦
;:¦ 'A -C-hicQgo; ttyelticick : M ar}ze fc ;f : ;;
: CHlCAGO^ '.reb'.. i/^bATTLE— Good, to' choice'
riaUve '.Bteers.aiid .TejianS istrbtiff: ajid iactlve;
'others' steady;' butchers'. «t6ek strong; receipts
of .Texaris, . lppo.'head; BOpd to choice, . $5 [email protected]
6 40:/-pbor't6 medium, ¦ [email protected] mixed, 'stbc.kejs.
>3 25J?3 £joj .selected ; feeders,' ii.&mM:. sood
to fchotce cowe,. $3 [email protected];50i ¦'. heifers. ;. *3 25®5;.
icanriers,'- $2. 25® 2 So! .'bulls, $2.50^4 .40; calves,'
,[email protected] 25; -.fed : -Texas. -beeves,' [email protected] 20. '; ;¦::.'¦¦' -."-J.
.'.HOGS— rActive, [email protected] ; high&r: -. top;. ¦ $4.97%:
gobd ¦ Clearances ; ' mixed '¦ and ' butchers,' ; $4 65®
< ?5;."g00d. tbicholce. heavy,' $4.8004 97^: - rough
:Jieavy^.'s4'[email protected] 75;-- ¦ light, ¦?4 [email protected] 85;' bulkf Of
sales; $4 80©4 90.'.' : - ;"' •:-:.- ':'•'•: '.¦"¦:.;¦ " ; • X : j
• SHEEPr-Sheep arid lambs strong to lOc^high
er; -native' wethers, $4 [email protected] 4Q; : lamts, ' [email protected]< lo;
Western wethers, $4 75®5 3Q ; ¦ Western 5 lambs,
$6e710.. : :. : ;vv.- .-.::-.-¦.• :-}.:¦''¦: ¦- : .---'- \.:"-' ¦¦ : - :
. -Reteipts-K:attle, 85O0r hogs,: . 20,000; sheep,
10,000. ¦.¦;¦..¦¦:¦;:¦:. :-:.':.::: -:.':. : :- '^ ?:.¦: - L ¦ : y : :^ ¦: -rVrVV
? Portland's Business.
..'rORTLAND. Feb.- i.^Clearlngs,: $322,711; bal
arices, $75,954.'; • '¦¦' ! » , . . •' .
¦ Northern Wheat. Market.*
I-'--":.:- ¦¦¦"¦¦'.'¦¦'¦ V :' /: QREGON.V ;. :'•.;• ' : : /.'- ;; .; : ¦; : .
I PORTLANp, Feb. i.-^lri the Portland wheat
market to-day there was not much offering and
prices showed but little change. : Exporters are
quoting about' B2c as the- top. on. Walla. Walla,
but for heavy.' stock a cent more is obtainable. \
Valley- is .quiet, and sales remained, around. 51c, ;
with ah occasional lot of heavy stock bringing
a cent more. • -¦¦ '¦•':' '¦¦'-' •• ¦ ;•.'¦'•' - ¦'- '• •-; ... ¦'.!
¦ :v;;\."i .;-.,¦.:,::; Washington.; ;: ; :,•.¦¦.¦¦: .:.;
TACOMA,, Feb. X— WHEAT— CIub, 51c; Blue
Ste7ri,-.53c- . : . ¦; ..;.'. . : .;.:'. " : .; '..'.'•..
' • Foreign Markets. ;,}. ; ' ¦
LONDON,. Feb.' I.— C6risols, : [email protected] sil
ver. ;2754*J.-; 2754*J.-- - ; Rentes, • .IOOf [email protected] 60c.
Wheat cargoes off coast, nothing doing: cargoes
on passage,' nominal;' unchanged: No. 1 Stand- 1
ard California. 29c 7% dj. English country mar
kets,-steady. -•.' -. . ¦-. .' ':. :' ' •
LIVERPOOL,. Feb; I.— Wheat, easy: wheat In
Paris, strong; .flour In Paris, strong; French
country markets,: dull; -V. •'.'-:.¦ .. "¦ ¦
.COTTON— Uplands, 4 21-22 d: I. ¦: ',;'¦. - ' -¦-
¦'; \\ : ~ '¦:'¦''... :\ '.;¦¦ -.-'CLPSING.. 1 ;"/ •¦-¦.':..; !. :; : ' " :;
WHEAT— Spot. easy. :.'¦ -.:.. - '.'. •'• .:
. CORN— Spot, firm; . ¦'¦"¦- ; ¦•'-. ' •' •'. '¦'¦¦¦'
' The .following are' the stocks of wheat and
corn in store and on quays. (railways and canal
depots not Included): Wheat, 2,173,000 centals;
corn, l,O31,00O : centals, .'...- -.-. .. •"¦•.-' ,' : .-.-'; '.•.•'
.':..-¦¦ • . .-.¦ '.'¦• -.." '¦ "¦ — '-•-:: — ;— *-: ¦:.'¦¦'.¦'".:-..'.'¦'¦¦ "
New York Grain and Produce.
THE 0. RV & N. CO,
- DISPATCH FAST. STEAMERS TO
:JP, O ]Ft TL J±IXT)
¦¦ ' '. From Spear-street Wharf at 10 i. m. . ¦
C*DC *I 2 First Class Including Berth
fflnL $8 Second Class and Meals.
COLUMBIA 8a115.... C ........Feb. 7. IT, «
STATE OF CALIFORNIA sails ...Feb. 2. 12, 23
Short line to Walla Walla, Spokane. Butte.
Helena -and -all . points lin the Northwest.
Through tickets to all points East. • ¦
' . : ?. . - JE. C. . WARD. General Agent.
:' : • ¦".¦¦-•- .•'-•.¦¦.-.¦. ' 630 Market st.
¦¦ GOODALL PERKINS ft CO.,
; ' : ' :.' ' :¦•..•"¦¦ V. Sui>erintendents, ¦ ¦' ¦ ','..•'.,
;.';.¦. •y'--' : -i - Time Bqlli y/\: :¦ ?-r-;il
Branch Hydroirraphlc bfflce, : U. 5, . -N.i Mer
¦- - - chants" Exchange,' -. San - FranclsCo. '- Cal.-,^
'.: February 1.. 1900. ..-..,.. ..¦.¦¦.'¦¦ "¦ ,' -. '?'•
¦- The. time ball; on. the tower of- the new. Ferry
bulldlns- was dropped:at- exactly, noon itoj-dayr-
1.; >:. .'•' at ..noon, of the .120 th meridian, or. at 8
o'clock p.- m:,* Greenwich time. '• - - ¦ - : .-"• '.
..¦..¦"-'. ¦;¦'¦'. ¦¦•...•.'¦¦;"¦¦¦. •c. a; calkins, .
: ' Lieutenant. Commander. -U:. S.- N. ; . In charsre.'. •¦
United '.'Statef-vCoast and " Geodetic Survey—
. .-.Times', and. Heights of High and Low
v ./Waters at -Fort Point, entrance to San
. . Francisco Bay. '.Published by official au-"
¦ ¦'¦ thority of the Superintendent. ¦ ..•';
' NOTE-rTbe high and low : waters occur at
the -city 1 ¦ front (Mission-street wharf) about
twenty-flve minutes later. than at Fort Point:
the height of tide is, the same at both places.
NETVV TORK, Febi I.— FLOUR-^Recelpts.' 17. V
577 barrels; exports, 15.13S barrels;, sales, 9000
packages. ..Market, showed moderate steadiness
on all grades without further change.' '-./'"•'•, : .'•-•'.
/ WHEAT-^Receipt*, 22^00 bushels; exports.
242,675 bushels; sales, 2,400.600 bushels futures
and < 160.000 , : . bushels ¦ export: .. Spot-^Market
steady; No. 2 red, 75Hc elevator; No.. 2,^red,
76% c f, o. b. afloat; No. 1 ¦Northern Duiuth.
lb%c f. \o. b. afloat prompt; No, 1 hard Du
luth. 81c f, o. b. afloat prompt. '. Options opened
steady on cable news and • cold weather and
soon afterward, developed considerable strength
: because of a pronounced, rise- in final : Paris
quotations. Trade In. futures, '.however,- re-,
mained chiefly for scalping account all day;-:. ln
the : last .half ..hour orlqes /yielded .a 'little to
realizing and closed eaay at lc to lUc net de
cline,, {Sales-. Included:.- No: 2 red, March' 75 1 £ i
.&76%c, >closed 75%c;v May.': ityifeWc, closed
.4Hc; ;: July... 74.1-16<g74Vic. closed 74Vic. '.' : '".''
'HIDES— Firm. .:.-•,. ..¦¦¦¦ ¦:,-.-..; ¦.:-'!""-..'• '¦¦-¦:¦::
¦ ;: wooi>-Qulet:: ¦: '¦¦¦':-,¦.¦¦': ¦ :'¦:.. '•-. .;
HOI'S-^Qulet. ...:. :: ' -', ¦:[ .'-' :V." : iv.: -"-i ¦:'¦¦. vv-".
: . COFFEE-p-Opiions. closed flfm at i net- gain
of .15 :t.d .30 points, --' Total .»a.les were 31.750 bags;
ihcludinp::. February, 16 SO; ' March,' . $6 90<&7 05-
May, J7 19f 7:20: July. .$7 [email protected] 30; August,- $7 25
T|--30;. .-; September, '.s7. 2s^7- 40; October/ $7 25:
November.- . jr 25;' December; $7'[email protected] 60. ':' ¦ "¦'-. ' : ¦''.:
:•• Sr>6t- coffee^Rlo;. .firm ; No. • 7 invoice. 6%c •'
No; .7 Jobbing. :S%e; mild,. firm and- tending up
ward ; Cordova,; B«[email protected]%c. , '¦; ' v' • ¦". '. ¦¦ '¦'.: "
SI'GAR— Raw, /.strong; .' refined, -quiet and
firm-,' 1.----..'-'-11 .----..'-'- 1 ¦¦¦.¦'.¦•¦'¦.-• :'-.: .•¦."¦¦.• . -•' '•-.¦•.¦
/BUTTER— Receipts,' 2401 packages; firm.-' June
creamery, 20S 23c ; Western, . 21® 25c; factory, 15
@lS'.iC. ¦¦-.. ' .¦'•' •:¦.:¦• ' '. " ;'... •'¦•.'• '•" •¦'..¦¦• .'. •
. EGGS— Receipts. 657? packages;, firm. ' West
ern, lS'/4c loss off; Western ungraded at- mark,'
l4sfiSc. ¦¦'...¦•.;¦¦¦¦.••.•¦¦¦¦¦.-.•'¦.¦... : - .•- ¦.'¦.-.. •-.¦-.- -.- -.-¦
¦; ¦" -X '; ; ¦ '¦'..".. -dried:. :fruits^ ; ' ¦' ;.- : --.; ;- -.-:
. Evaporated:. - apples were moderately, active
and about steady at Unchanged prices; Cali
fornia dried fruits, • quiet but nrm. : ¦ \ ' ¦••••' .'
: STATE, EVAPORATED APPLES-^Commori.
.«f(«'ic; prime,:. 6%@6%c;. choice,- [email protected]»4cjfaneyi
,:. CALIFORNIA^ 'PRIED: PRUNE«^-3>4®7c.'
A PRICOTSTrRpyaI. 13014 c: Moorpark- 13fSlSc
¦¦V.PEACll^^[email protected]^i;;:7^@ac:v
¦ : :^:iN:&iYprk^MetaUM^
:.;-NE^ f -T.ORki : Peb;.:i:-^'rin 'dropped about 70
:'^int«.:lo;''iXe'-6p^n' : .m"arkftftV^t?.jJ^eilJ'»tiaSy
at . the; decli riej . the. ip wer :. price.: being \n ' »y m :
pathy with a! sharp decline, in ' .Londpri. V The
demand. ¦ was : email in'- the •• local ; market ' : - The
other departments were devoid of new features
cr price .variations. :': At the ; close- the Metal
Exchange called: .:.¦¦.:••- ;•.•'.-•¦¦. .- ,-..-
PIG IRON— Warrants dull. '-'¦:- v .'; ¦ :
.'.:' LA KE GOPPER^-Urichanged, at 116 25. .'
. TlN— SteadyVftt, .J27.3Q bid: • : . '.•.-•¦¦ .:,'¦"•. v:
' LEAD-^Steady, wtth J4 70 bid arid $4 75 asked
.;- SPELTER-^Steady, with/ $4 7Q bid arid %i SO
askedi-v-V-."..'r; .¦':.¦¦¦¦¦'¦¦, ¦¦¦...¦ .;.,.;¦ ¦¦•?; ¦....-.. • ;
The . brokers' price for : lead Is 14 45 and for
copper- Jl6 25*. '¦?¦: •¦•¦.'¦ ',••¦.'..¦ .•. .': ?.'•¦•
NOTE— 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 as to time. The
second time column elves the second tide of
the day. the third time column the third tide
and the last or right hand column gives the
last tide of the day, except when there are but
three tides, as sometimes occurs. The heights
riven are In addition to the soundings on the
United States Coast Survey charts, except
when a minus sign (— ) precedes the height,
and then the number glen Is subtracted from
the depth given- by the charts. The plane of
reference Is the mean of the lower low waters.
8
¦ O Time • ¦ : Time '. .' Time Time
£ Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft.
..» H W L W H W L W
2 ... 1:10 8.6 «:57 1.1 l:0S 5.4 7:03 0G
S ... • 1:56 6.6 7:54 1.1 1:09 4.9 7:51 i'»
4 ... 2:85 '5.8 8:60 1.1 3:09 4.5 8:30 l';
5... J:l9 6.7 9:89 0.9 4:10 4.0 9-26 J »
5 ... 4:08 6.7 11:13 0.7 6:15 3.7 10:28 2.8
7 ... 5:01 5.7 12:26 0.4 6:22 3.7 11-40 3 1
8 ... 6:03 6.6| 1:32 0.1 7:20| 3.9...
Steamer.
From.
1 Due
Mackinaw [Seattle..... .'.., |Feh. 2
IVus Hay Newport.. reo. .
Arcaia Coos Bay ; Feb. 2
South Portland. Oyster Harbor... Feb. 2
Crescent City... Crescent City..*.. ? Feb. i
Washtenaw .... C0m0x......... Feb. a
E. Thomson.... Oyster Harbor....; Feb. 3
San Pedro. Humboldt Feb. I
Tltania Nanalmo. .- Feb. 3
Tellus Oyster Harbor Feb. i
Columbia Portland..: Feb. 4
Corona San Diego Feb. ?
North Fork Humboldt Feb. 4
Aloha Crescent City.. Feb. 4
Progreso .;*. Tae0ma... ...... Feb. 4
Lady Jolcey — China and Japan Feb. i
Bonlta ......... Newport ;...; Feb. t
Chas. Nelson... Puget Sound...; Feb. 6
Umatllla ....... Victoria & Puget Sound Feb. X
Orizaba |Humboldt |Feb. 6
City or Para... Panama. ; iFeb. <
Samoa Humboldt. |Feb. 7
A. Blanchard..: Cooa Bay .'....(Feb. 7
Point Arena Point Arena iFeb. >
Pomona .-. San D1e»0..... |Feb. 8
Steamer. I Destination. 1 Sails. I Pier.
I j [ _
Pomona. |San Diego (Feb. 2. llam.Pier U
State of CallPortJand [Feb. 2, WamfPler24
Orizaba ...|Humboldt..... Feb. J. 2 pmlPler 9
Pt Arena.. iPoint Arena.. l Feb. :«. ZpmPlw 3
Samoa jHumboldt |Feb. 3. lOamlPier 13
Coon Bay...nS«wf>rt iKeh. 4. «am Kier v
Arcata |Coos Bay [Feb. *. I9am;pier 13
WalU. WalliVic & Pgt Sd. Feb. a. Warn Pier j
Corona ISan Diego Feb. 6. U am! Pier U
Homer ..... [Oregon Ports. Feb. 6. lOam^PJerZ)
North Fork Humboldt..... Feb. 7. 9am;Pler 1
Columbia .. Portland Feb. 7. 10amjPier2t
Curacao ...Mexico Feb. 7. Id am Pl«r U
Australia ..Honolulu Feb. 7. 2 pmlPler 7
Bonita (San Pedro Feb. 8. 9am Pier H
Volumnta .. Europe Feb. 8
City Sydney Panama..... ..(Feb. 8.12 mjPMSS
Nip. Maru. Chlna&Japan|Feb. 9. 1 pm'PMSi?
Steamer.
From.
1 Due
Mackinaw [Seattle..... .'.., |Feh. 2
IVus Hay Newport.. reo. .
Arcaia Coos Bay ; Feb. 2
South Portland. Oyster Harbor... Feb. 2
Crescent City... Crescent City..*.. ? Feb. i
Washtenaw .... C0m0x......... Feb. a
E. Thomson.... Oyster Harbor....; Feb. 3
San Pedro. Humboldt Feb. I
Tltania Nanalmo. .- Feb. 3
Tellus Oyster Harbor Feb. i
Columbia Portland..: Feb. 4
Corona San Diego Feb. ?
North Fork Humboldt Feb. 4
Aloha Crescent City.. Feb. 4
Progreso .;*. Tae0ma... ...... Feb. 4
Lady Jolcey — China and Japan Feb. i
Bonlta ......... Newport ;...; Feb. t
Chas. Nelson... Puget Sound...; Feb. 6
Umatllla ....... Victoria & Puget Sound Feb. X
Orizaba |Humboldt |Feb. 6
City or Para... Panama. ; iFeb. <
Samoa Humboldt. |Feb. 7
A. Blanchard..: Cooa Bay .'....(Feb. 7
Point Arena Point Arena iFeb. >
Pomona .-. San D1e»0..... |Feb. 8
¦ O Time • ¦ : Time '. .' Time Time
£ Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft.
..» H W L W H W L W
2 ... 1:10 8.6 «:57 1.1 l:0S 5.4 7:03 0G
S ... • 1:56 6.6 7:54 1.1 1:09 4.9 7:51 i'»
4 ... 2:85 '5.8 8:60 1.1 3:09 4.5 8:30 l';
5... J:l9 6.7 9:89 0.9 4:10 4.0 9-26 J »
5 ... 4:08 6.7 11:13 0.7 6:15 3.7 10:28 2.8
7 ... 5:01 5.7 12:26 0.4 6:22 3.7 11-40 3 1
8 ... 6:03 6.6| 1:32 0.1 7:20| 3.9...
Steamer. I Destination. 1 Sails. I Pier.
I j [ _
Pomona. |San Diego (Feb. 2. llam.Pier U
State of CallPortJand [Feb. 2, WamfPler24
Orizaba ...|Humboldt..... Feb. J. 2 pmlPler 9
Pt Arena.. iPoint Arena.. l Feb. :«. ZpmPlw 3
Samoa jHumboldt |Feb. 3. lOamlPier 13
Coon Bay...nS«wf>rt iKeh. 4. «am Kier v
Arcata |Coos Bay [Feb. *. I9am;pier 13
WalU. WalliVic & Pgt Sd. Feb. a. Warn Pier j
Corona ISan Diego Feb. 6. U am! Pier U
Homer ..... [Oregon Ports. Feb. 6. lOam^PJerZ)
North Fork Humboldt..... Feb. 7. 9am;Pler 1
Columbia .. Portland Feb. 7. 10amjPier2t
Curacao ...Mexico Feb. 7. Id am Pl«r U
Australia ..Honolulu Feb. 7. 2 pmlPler 7
Bonita (San Pedro Feb. 8. 9am Pier H
Volumnta .. Europe Feb. 8
City Sydney Panama..... ..(Feb. 8.12 mjPMSS
Nip. Maru. Chlna&Japan|Feb. 9. 1 pm'PMSi?

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