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; C>;d Flat. . . . __ 20 Waverly ..... —' 25
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;'.t;*(J Kowanos.l .75 X.8.-. ; Ypllow Rose... 13 14
, :>r..ia3d Eand. , — OSiyellowTljer.. 18. —
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.; ;'.-».:«« hofi — . _ ldGyid Mt oidnd o& io
: Amarcom <; M 05 07! Hap Hoollcan. -r 12
.Amethyst .... 57 CSiUomestk Klnif. —1.25
: H'-Hty MM Co — lOlJermala Blfrg. 03 —
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;Blsck-Fpar — lStLlttlp Bullfrog 04: 06
; Koas Mt Gold 10 — IMaynower An. — 20
Ponnl«> Clare. . "54 26!MayflpwCT Con 55 59
Bfrs Ann^j. . 06 OTIMaj-flower Ex. — 15
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/.Bulifroe K\... 11 15'Mbnteomry Mt 41 42
; Btfrsr: Belmont . IRiMont-Sbosh Ex 24-25!
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.. "Hifrc Midas.. -45 — jNorih Shoshone -- 17
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Blfvj: Stinsot.. 14 16 Rhyolit* Tvrnst 05 07
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; Blfrc -Winner. 15 . — .'Shoshone ..;..— 07
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: .Gulden Sceptre 47 :. 4S| \u25a0 '.
.-;; -Manhattan Dlttrlet .' ." : -. ;
Artrtl Fool E^ 04 .. 05! Mad Jackson; . — 20
; Atlaa ii P«c 05 06IMan Jnmbo.. . 05 - 07
Boimnr-a Ex.: 11 12) Man Little Joe 05 06
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; \u0084Men Atlas. ... \u25a0— i3!Man Sedan --05
' Man B^mrtnt. 02 03IMan So Mines. 06 '—
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M«n Cnwboy.. O9 lO^Serler Hmphry 11 -.13
r-Wirt-pexJer.'.-. 70 71! Stray 00p..... XiO .tA
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. Mm H Treas 13 — yellow Horse.. O9 . 10
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; Bclll'm-. JItH.: : — . 50iMackey ......1.60 1.70
r^pltsl Wondr — O7|Monntn C*dar. — IS
Centen GoMfld — sfti»r Con Stock — 13
• • <".rrus Noble . . :13 .18! Nei-ada Copper .15 .— i
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. Ft-w Halftone — lo^N Gold De» Co -- 27
. Fairvw -Eafle. —l.oo; Nevada Wpndr SO
. Frvw Rd Mt — r SON Star Wonder 24 .25
' Fitw 8 Book a — 25!F"Ht*b Johnnie OS : '—
: F)or G Bed X 13 — Plttsb S Peak. 1.55 1.65 :
':'. Finr Leasin*. — 40 Ilamsey Woadr \u25a0'—-•\u25a0\u25a0 30
,V'"«k*«.-, Johnnie '-— • -40 Rod Wing. . . . . .Z& S5
' Golden 8 Pe»k — 19 Reese Riv Gold 15 .-r
; Go!dyke Reef. 13 1-i'Rorco Homestk 10 ll
. Gold" Quarts.. — •".' 35-' Hound Mtv....1.00 —
l<la Mines 24 251 Rail Mt Alp'.ne 06 —
\u25a0' .'"'ld* Mac Annx — 05' Round Mt Ex. 27 28
.' 3n;«»retare .:.. 05: . 10: Ruby \u25a0' -Wonder. 31 33
. Jark . P0t .... .1 .47 1 .60; -Sparfhlt Treat — • 30
Johnnie Cons.— : 11=1 Sll Tk Mayflwr CO — '
.Ki-.wichGM Co 02 OS' 7 Troughs C!eg — 15
v Katrich Keyst /'2 — ! Toano-Frisco 16 —
• K«w>h. M 'Co. Oi. 02! Vulture. ... . . ... : — . 65
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REAL ESTATE ..TRAYSACTIOXS
:" -.Jeaa n»>rnon'to Sol Gets & Sons, lot on E
; . Mine of Thirty-fourth avenue, 175 X of R street,
•N 100 by E 120: $10. - \u25a0• ' \u25a0.\u25a0.".*...:•.::•
' • faclfl fir'.gsby and wife to Samuel Steinberg,
\u25a0 ; ; lots 22 to 24, : .510ck 3, tract A, People's Home
:'; «lead!"flrt, . .. '.-.:; \u25a0 . : •\u25a0 ' • .\:.V \u25a0 .-:
.\u25a0:\u25a0;; I. 1 HvStrta- to Maria Karsten*, lot on n line ;
.: . of. Folwim street. 147 of Thirteenth, N 24, E
'-\u25a0\u25a0 S .22:55*,..: W SO: $10. \u25a0•• \u25a0..'•\u25a0• \u25a0:. •.. • . \u25a0:
. Herberi E. -Medley to Adelaide Younr. lot on
V E Une of Hyde street, €S:« >' cf Jackson, N 23
" *y X VM: . .\u25a0 . \u25a0.•\u25a0! \u25a0 \u25a0:. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0•<\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,:\u25a0
IV.V" -James T. Boyd and wife to Standard Realty
'•'\u25a0 Jind I»eTe:upmpnt. Company, lot -on E line of
\u25a0V.arvietKj street, SO 6 of Twenty-fifth, S 75 by
:' £ 106: 110. . • \u25a0 .:\u25a0 - v. :
': '.: ;\u25a0•\u25a0:. Mrs. V. T. WlHiams to Ike Zwek. lot 3. block
.17. Ilels Trart: J175. :.:.'-.:•\u25a0"-;:
'. \u25a0\u25a0 Theodore Veytle tn Flora W. Veale, lot on
SE comer of McAllister and Willard streets, S
;-'- v 5 bj-^ E 95; $10. . -.-\u25a0. •' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0• -..,-.\u25a0>'. . \u25a0...-.
.' .. Charles S. .Rruadape and wif«» to Alfred Hes
.-. lop and wife, lot on S line of X street, 57:6 W
'\u25a0'\u25a0*>t Serenth *s-«j U e. W 25 by S 100: $10. : '\u25a0 \u25a0'! '-.I
-./\u25a0\u25a0. J. A. H.roii.s to Julia Hyams, Jot 3, block 2,
\u25a0 • Paiil ResfrTßtiqn. and one otter piece; Rift. '
\u25a0 -. M. J. Merteus to Uillie C. Mertens,- lot oa W
line ' of. Tremvint ETeoue. 6GO S of Frederick
street. S 75 by W 80; gift. - ' ..-\u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0
-' John 11. I'rinti and wife to Felix Xehmann, lot
"on S line of Uussell street, 120 W of Hyde. W
•i»by S «0: JIO. . \u25a0 • : -
.. • Chiiries Graves and wife to Atlas Realty
-.. Cotnpacjr. lot 554. Gift Map No. 3; |10. : - : ;
\u25a0••\u25a0 .James W.T«idal end wife to Rumsey Smith,
\u25a0 lot "on E. line of Serent»enth arenue, 100 : S of
.'Point Ijbboa, S 25 by L 120, and one other
. pi^rf; fjo..; \u25a0:: ; - '-. . -. . . ' ...';-...\u25a0
Rurasey Smith to Jeremiah Ij. Donoran, lot on
'• :• E • line -of Seventeenth avenue, 125 S of Point
.-' I>bos! S.&O by E 120: $10. . "< - '; '. \u25a0•-.
\u25a0V Hutb C: Fsirchild to Homestead Realty 1 Com^
,'r'aEj-; -Iots:.l4« and 147, block 4, First Land
- '.Association.;' .slo.' .
. '\u25a0 \u25a0 John -..A: T>tnn!ng snd ' wife to Charles A.!
. Rabiohn • -and -wife, lot on W line of Hardy
• 235 N cf SeTenteenth. X 25 by W 80: $10.
.f- Albion Saciuelson et al. to Elizebetb Cordes,
ffct on SE line of Vienna street. 175 SW of China
• avenue. SW 25 by SE 100: $10." :
: - .' Sol Getr & Sons to Ernest F. Hopkins, lot on 1
' : E 14o"e of Forty -fifth aTenue, 175 N" of V, N 25
.•''.'by E 120; $30. \u25a0 . • . . :. \u25a0 ....
i \u25a0; :\u25a0 John H. Lynch asd wife to John O'Neil. lot
.Voa N line of Orore street. 71:10^' E of Lyon
. £ 2S by M 100; $10.
- ,' CorneJlus O'Connell and wl/e to Florlan
'. . \u25a0• Stoefsser, lot on W Hue of Church street. 25 N
. .-of Twenty-fifth. N 25 by W 75: $10. / :
.- ••'•' •• Jules J. Bernard and wife to V.: G. Bonaly
-.'\u25a0 and wife, lot on XE line of Bradley street, 60 "6
SE of Colton. ?p 50 by NE 100; $10. ...
-\u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Maud E; Rodjrers to Ixjnls Mullln, lot 18,
'\u25a0~. block B. Gett Addition to'Lakeriew and two
A \u25a0 . otner pieces. $10. -. ... : . .-.".'.:.; •; .- \u25a0•
P:.- \u25a0..\u25a0Patrick Broderirk and wife to Christ Stader,
: lot ob J» corner of Foote street and TeJecraph
•:~..road. NAY 222, NE SO, SE 213. SW SO; $10.
.-•\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0. <Jeorge-Darsie to M. Carthy Co., lot on W line
\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0<if Lee atreet. lift: 4 Sof Ocean . aTemie, 525 br
':'-. W 112.-«: $450. \u25a0'."•; ' . . . : .
\u25a0•• •"-.. Sol '.Geti.& Soas to Joseph F. Butler, lot on
: W. Use of. Fortv-eifrhth avenue, 1C2:6 X of M
•'.etreeti-.N.SO^iy W 120; $10; • ' \u25a0 \ -.;
:'••\u25a0. Csterilia' ,'Graeehi to Giovanni Bellant*. lot on
::.';' NW-iin«» 'of- Mission, street. 75 NE of Croke NE
:. 55.. by. -JiW. 100"; $10. -•\u25a0.-•-..-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 . =' .- . ,
'-\u25a0• \u25a0 P. -F." Kohnk* to Mary E. Kohnke, lot on E
.'.Mne of. -Scott street, 125 X ot Page. X 25 by
•".-E 106:3;. irift.'.-'. .'.\u25a0.. '": : -.\u25a0...'.'\u25a0 -. ; :. .-.\u25a0\u25a0'
.-. Mary \u25a0 McDonald -to. Clans Wreden Brewing
•.-.Company,. -lot 'on S line of Lombard -street, 115
• . E of Taylor. E 22:«. S 49:6, E 60. 6 23. W 60
; S':6.W 22:6, X 60: $10. . \u25a0
-"•• Anna Doran- to. Jamen H. Doran, lot on NW
• -Hire of Xatoiaa; street, B0S:6 SW of First street
SW 25 by XW 75 and two other pieces; gift.
\u25a0*. .' Carl.Zapf and .wife, to Jacob Wels»beln t lot
• pn'EJine of Sixteenth avenue, 100 S of Lake
. street. S 25 by E 127:6; $10.
. •. Giuseppe Cuneo et al. .to Antonio Otxneo, one
. iqtiarter cf Jot on .W line. of Jasper place,, 87:6
' 8 of Filbert- etreet (197:6. E of Stockton). S
70:3 by E €o;' slo.'.- . • \u25a0'• . . . i-:-
Aotosio Cuneo an<3 vrlr* to Paolo Onneo, lot on
••" W line of Jasper place, 67:6 S of FDbert street.
• S 55:1% by W «0; $10.. \u25a0•. '- -•- : .-
Paolo CiJoeo and . wife, to ' Antonio' Cnneo. lot
on W line of Jasprer. place, 122:7% S of Filbert
ttr..-:, S 25:1% by W -CO;. $IQ. . -.
•' V Bulldlnsr Contra eta \ : \u25a0';
J. P. nciw.with Ickelhelmer Bros.-^Plumblng.
ra« fining and wwerisg for a 3-«tory'and base
meat frame building on SW .corner of Slxteentn
/.o'l Rondel place. W S8:IOV4 by '8 115; $3760.
Martin Mycovlcb with H. 11. Dllge* &, Co.—
» A'teFations and jiddlrtons -to two 2-story frame
bufiainjrs on lot on W line of Stelner street, — ;
- S«f Geary. W S«t by fi 44; $4682. :. •:
O««^r <». and Mary .C. Buhteiger with Fran. J.
Jlsmer— To ef«ct 5-roxun and' baseaient bungalow
on -lot- on N line of Twenty-seventh street, 85 E
<of Dolores: $26«>0. "• .. • •\u25a0; .' •
I»uJse Nepp<>rt with Eureka Building Com
pany—To ere<-t « 2-«torjr and basement " brick
bui : d!ng on SE line of Mission *tre*t, 250 XE
of Second. NE 2.V8 bj- SE W; $*SSO.
Is: Kathe C. Sidney J. end Cornelia B. Felton
\u25a0wi-th James F. Lopan— AJl wort on 1 -story:brick
huiMiny (store) on S lfne of McAllister street,
J91:9 W of Jones. W 123:3, 6E fc7:B, XE 100,
' NW 15:*; Sl-4.339.- ! ' •
* T/J. Sweeney wlth.J. C. Stromswald and O.
\u25a0 CasmuKOD — All work' for a 1-story frame build
ing on lot 17, block 26; Falrmoont; $2197.'
• ,Tb. Massone with Shaw Company — To 'erect 3
story frame' building on XJV corner of. Green'
street .and Bannani place. Sis: 2 on Green and 67^6
on Bannam. place; $14<250. ' •' :
\u25a0 Josephine O. H.. Bo.rle with Brandon Mulcahy '
Compeny, Central Iron Works — To erect -a 4
atorv brick building on-E corner of Montgomery
ivenue ' and W Kearny atrect, X.1255%, W
40:f. S 7:6, W 22:6, S 26:5%, SE 109:6; $1§,750. j
TEACHERS qRAKTED LEAVES
At a meeting of the .Board of Educa
tion yesterday tbe followlnff leaves of
absence were granted: Male Toland,
George A, Connolly and Alma.E. Duffy:
Resolutions of regret and condolence
•were passed relative to the death of
M^ss Emma'E. Stlncen, an efficient and
t4\:aful teacher of the. department.
Temporary appointments were made
as follow*: A- J. Cloud, Polytechnic
High School; A. Downey.' Mission High
6chool; Miss Adelaide A- Hoie, \ Girls'
High SchooL
MURASKY OPPOSES
SKATING EVIL
Jutfg<eV;Gb&;-;;oiiV;^word|^f:
' \u25a0 Favoring -Prolapsed: Ordi
nance Goncerning ; Riiiks
YOUTHS H
"An ordinance, «nch. as that proponed
by the Board of Snpervi«or»i, Jo make.
It a misdemeanor: to .allow chlldiren un
der; 17 or IS yearat ';: to attend '\u25a0katinK
rlnk» unloMH accompanied by. their P»f
ent» Would be a good thing, and .1
heartily Indorse It. .The ukatlnur rinks,
an they are now! conducted,. are a "buree
of Immenae evil,, and; ihave r been,; re-
Kponslble for.;the. ruin: of many young
Clrls and young boys,' tbb.V^-Statemenit
of Judge Prank J. Muraslcy* ':'. ; ' .; ;\u25a0 ; I:
Judge Frank J. Murasky, ; basing; his
position on his experience [during the
last -few . months: in. Juvenile. CQurt
work. : has taken \ a decided stand
against vskating brinks. • -which. j he i de
clares to be a menace! to. thousands; of
young boys and girls, and: to have been
responsible for the ruin: of niany : yqungr
lives: He has discussed "the ."• matter
\u25a0with members of the Board; cit'Educa^
tion and has annouriced -h.is willingness
to co-operate with :that bpdy; or with
any other in securing.leg:lslatipn : which
will controlihe finks; \u25a0;;;,: -:•- ..-^i .-,..;. ;;,-
"There have been several; appalling
cases in the Juvenile Court which atose
from the fact that children; have. been
allowed to frequent . these- places. oin- :
accompanied,"- ; he : said yesterday. '-"Sey *'
eral cases have.been brought in which
young girls ! have been : ruinect jas - a
direct result of their : ri6its \u25a0to these
places. In some instances : fhey : have
stayed away from theif homes . for sev
eral days. Theaters are: not to be!com^
pared -with : the :rinks;-.for there .this
boyß and girls generally go in: parties
and remain: to themselves, vwhile at the
rinks they mingle promiscuously ; with
rough crowds." /, \u25a0'\u25a0 ' : : : .; '.^ ;.';.-:\u25a0;• \u25a0 ' '"* .
WTfLI/ PKOVIDE MORE SCHOOLS
Plan of Board of education to Keep
Girls Prom Skatiner . Rinks
The Board of Educatrbn -decided at
its ; meeting yesterday afternoon tP
erect two temporary; High : -.' School
buildings in order to acCorffmOdate \u25a0 ail
of the High School pupils at : full day
sessions, as a possible Solution of the
skating-rink problem [';: confronting
mdthers. Complaints had ' /reached .} the
board that the principal reason; for the
large attendance of . school girls at the
rinks -was the condition which \u25a0 makes
it necessary to release half ;<>f ; thek'pu
rils in the afternoon, so that; the "other,
half could attend to: their^. studies.; "f.
Before the fire ;"\u25a0' there Were ij'ftve^ of
these institutions in the city, bbt since
two of them were wrecked- all' of the.
students except : those of the ; Polytech
nic have been concentrated-)n. the; Jklis
sion: and Lowell; schoolSr' the ":\u25a0. Lowell
pupils meeting in the morning and the
Girls' High lit the afternoon 'f. iat: the
Lowell building .and' the • Cprnmefcial
High In the morning. arid.'regular^Mid
sion pupils In -the ' afternoon -. at . .the
Mission building; President Walsh: said:
"In spite of the .; fact /that ;. we: have
no money for the •erection vbf .. : . tew
school buildings: we have .decided, oil
account of the serious need . for them,
to build temporary 1 structures, -so that
all may be accommodated for the ; full
school day. "^t was j reported to. us -'that
a number of cases of school girls: beV
ing led .astray \u25a0 through, the medium : of
the. skating .rink . had 'cbfne uj> \u25a0in: the
Juvenile: Court, and that was : one of
the reasons why :we took' action this
afternoon. in regard to more room:" \u25a0.-.'.;;
BELEN CUT-OFF TO
BE SOON OPENED
: The Santa . Fe' .expects; to .:haye' the
Belen cut-off completed and :ready fo'^
operation in about six. weeks. This is
one of . the most important extensions
that has been \u25a0''..built by thejeompany -for
many years from an ; economical p>oint
of view and. also for -'speed, . ; : - : -.;.-.-. : ; ' : •;:->•
This new line .will shorten the time
East at" least -ten ; hours, but .the' Santsi. :
Fe officials hope' that a. , saying of
twelve hours.- to !. Chicago V:.may.- be'-'at.--.
fected. The new; road runs f rdm Texico
in Oklahoma to Belen in : New; Mexlcb
and traverses a level country .; which
offers no obstacle* to fast funning..''- .?.:\u25a0
An. enormous number 1 of -m<sh lare at
work upon the road, ill ; t;he: grading
has 'been .finished, the culvjerts are in;
and • only ..track-laying -remains i<i ; tie'
done. iThe old lihe r from isletato. Las
Animas has: always glveji a '\u25a0\u25a0•great, dedl
of trouble.; ;\u25a0 It crosses: the/Raton:, Pass
at an '| elevation of . 760?- feet 5 . which
makes the of: trains '.e'xp'en-f
slve..: : It is on this line where; the ganta
i,e : has trouble each winter fronr wash
outs and ittiowi/..- 'J; \u25a0;' -.- *.. : - :: -. : :- - ; \u25a0 ;•.':"\u25a0>\u25a0. ".;\u25a0
Tlie Santa Fealso is building, a''new
cut-off between -Albuquerque; .'-and vß-jo
Puerco, which iwiil. eliminate . many,
heavy,; grades. It is understood; that
the company : will make .Albuquerque
the Junction of the Rio Grande division,
Instead of Isleta.;. ;'. v-j- ',"/!• R>x ; : : : j .' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0''.
DENIES INDORSING
WATER PROJECT
Mareden. Manson, .former : Commls
sioner;-of Works, sent- a communicai
tioij to ' the -Board of ' Supervisors yesr
terday' denying: that he had ever In-
dorsed • the American-Cosumnes -water
supply, which/the Bay .Cities Water
Company wants; to. sell ;to. the city. for
510,500,000. In a resplutiori. recently
adopted by. t the board X directing' the.
City .Engineer', to investigate the "sup-;
ply of; -the two rivers- it was. made' to
appear that Marison; and; fprrner Com-;,
missioner of Works ' Mendell '-. had
favored . the project, " .Manson. "says .in ',
his- letter, to • the : ; board:". ,*'lf^ your
board desires to be ; lri;any.w.ay.'giiided
or influenced ' by .the -conclusiona'
reached' by J Colonel ,'MendeU "or
myself 'after many,;yeafs*'study of the
problems.; of-/ water supply you will , find.
,them, wl£ji v np misleading, nor garbled
preamblesi in\ the- published municipal
reports." . ' ' -\u0084
.-'\u25a0 \u25a0:'• .- OCEA.V TRAVEL :'-: '-- : - .*:" ''-
Toyo IQseii^Kaish^
• . (Oriental Steamship Co.) : , ' ':.').',
" .Hare Opened; Their. General. Of flee at y/..;-
21 7-221 Brannan St., San Francisco
S. S. '\u25a0' America- MarK".* Wednesday; February
13, 1907. -.-- ', \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0>\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0'•--.- \u25a0•--.-. \u25a0• --.:\u25a0" .-/ -\u25a0-\u25a0'
B. S. "Nippon : Mara," Wednesday, March 18,
1907.': \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:- \u25a0 •:• - ' - - -\u25a0' -'•'\u25a0-\u0084\u25a0 ;.:'.. :-•.
* S. S. "Hong Kong Maro," Wedneaday, April
10, 1907. • -•\j: <:-. --: K ' •;> :• ....--.- - .- '•-.--.
Steamers will : leave ; wiarf . '» corner ' First i and
Brannan streets, .< 1 . p. \u25a0 m .. < for > Yokohama \u25a0 and
Hongkong,- calling at Honolulu, Kobe '\u25a0- (Hlosg),
Nagasaki and Shanghai,' and connecting at Hone-
tong with steamers for Manila,; lndia, -etc.^lso
cargo : received \u25a0 on . board ion '\u25a0 6»j I of ; , sailing. :\ \u25a0,
- . Round-trip: ticket* rat r reduced* rates. - '.f -
\u25a0 For freight and passage . apply ' at ' office, comer j
First Hid Brannaasts. ',->-": *\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0-\u25a0 . - '.-'\u25a0',
... ' W* H. -AVERT, *
. ' AssUtant General Managtt.
\u25a0 ffit-lffn n ii«i -fr -i -TnlTMii iita
THE -SAX FRAXCISCb .CALL, '.FRIDAY, -FEBRUARY ii;-'J?O7 ;
American Telephone and Telegraph Company
> Convertible Four Per Genf Gold Bonds
DUE MARCH 1, 1936 .;
\u25a0^ v v Part of issUe li^
: ; redeemato
/" Interest (mahd;:after^M^
:'• j :\f/: ..;\u25a0.'.'\u25a0 Attention-'is:'., called -tb the letter of Mr^:F..'P; Fish, 'President, which,-, among - '
;';-. : ; '^pth'e.r; tHngs^ sta'ie's'iC'.th'a^
: ; \u25a0 :-;hplder;rmtQ,cofnmon : st6ck^t $140pershare\ ; : ;
: -:.i : >!^>i: : i9l^ :the' datevof :^redemptionJg^|N
:-. \u25a0; any redernption;call. ; : If additional-stock;: is;issued\ or>'.sold : at '.': a^pfrice^ : r
\u25a0;\u25a0.\u25a0..-.-;\u25a0 averaging, less than ;$l4O per- share bondholders' will have the benefit of "a. reduced \u25a0._\u25a0.
conversion price. • ' • '. .'"'*
\u25a0•^ : :i Inter^st ; ;paya^ :.'
or Boston. " . # '
:. . ..: . -Principal and interest payable without' deduction for any tax or taxes^which may- \u25a0(\u25a0 .::\u25a0
\ [\u25a0\u25a0; be imposed • by. the vlaws of the -United • States:of America, or of any State, v county or
municipality therein, and which the company may be* required to pay .or deduct iJt
therefrom. . '
OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY, TRUSTEE*
: ; : .: Coupon bonds of the denomination of -$1000Teach,- with, registration -provision
and privilege to reconvert registered bonds into coupon bonds. : . v
;;;:KJ :^: ;iiC^ Referring :to the : :"
bonds at the price of 92 X A per cent and accrued interest to date* of ffllK payment, . '
payable in installments as follows:
On Application; $50 per $1000 Bond. On Allotment, $50 per $1000, Bond.
.-. Balance %hd accrued interest on or before March '2B. "1907. The subscription
list will be opened at 10 A. M. on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1907, and will be
closed at or before 3 P. M. thesame day.
: .- \u25a0\u25a0'..-•\u25a0 :The undersigned reserve to themselves the right to 'close t-he.^su^scnptio^iHstf^^;
;\u25a0>: :: -at? any : time without notice, '•"and to -reject'. \u25a0• any^ subscriptions j* and to", allot ":-smanfr< v
,; ; ; amounts than applied for. - ' : r* N
• \u25a0 -.• \u25a0' ; ; ! .-.?: .-: AH subscriptions should, be made on *'thV; form, which . can ;be obtained \from : ; :i
-.\u25a0:\u25a0" :.^th^ 'undersigned) ;and": must t^
V-;'-' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:• vlf no allotment ; be made the deposit will be returned -in full, and if only a ,
.-;:\u25a0"=. portion. of the amount applied- for be allotted the:: balance' of the deposit will : be :viT-
. . ) ;\u25a0: appropriated toward : due on : allotment. If any further balance v re- ;;v
:\u25a0:• : ::mains;:such. balance will be returned. ; Failure 1 to pay any installments at due dates :
will render all previous payments liable to forfeiture. ' -. \u25a0
\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:.•:. -The bonds will be delivered by the: undersigned 'Upon payment .in \full .therefor, \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0..\u25a0 \u25a0--\u25a0:
:\> ;.v Application will be; made to list the above bonds on the New'Yo'rk, Boston and .
London Stock Exchanges. .. • " . . •
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;, ' Under the date "of January 26 n 1907, F. P. Fish, Esq., President of the com-
pany, writes us in part as follows : - -
';• ; : : : :- r^
/ ;:: v! \u25a0":; .Bell^Telephpi^e Gorapany, having acquired early .; in . 1 900 •. all .the property and Y business \u25a0; ' v ':\u25a0;\u25a0 :-\: -\
of 'that Company. -- The. American Telephone and Telegraph Company owns, directly . '
; • ; . ; -. Idrig-distarice : telephone'; line's; and is the ow^^
;i:;.; i: ;. 'Companies ;6p^r^bn&; throughout
instances, a controlling interest. . ' •\u0084 • ; ~
-;• • • ' : ; In '. addition to : the issue of conivertible bonds, the funded • debt of the company consists v ~
,; : ii ; ot. $78,000,000 ; trust 4 percent bonds "due July \u25a0;;' I.\u25a0 -1 929; of :>vhich $53>lOOQ^ /; :
' >;;)£; 000 ;are\outstandirig : in; the hands of the public; $25,000;000 being deposited as security \u25a0\u25a0;/;
.-. ;.-;. .' : : \ : { : • for. the issue of. tjSe above-irientiohed l $20,000,000 5 per Cent notes which i matureon ;May Vj; : :
V H ? ; Jv\ J-907; 'and; wKch r OS2S;QOO
:';. : - -y. released and^will become a; : free asset of the company. : :r':There are also outstanding $25;- v \u25a0;\u25a0 ;•/
:.C; N : cen^
\u25a0-. \u25a0\u25a0.'(] ? of ; the American;, Bell •Telephpne-C^^ j., 1 908.,: f There are no \u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0 . : :i.t>a
.^- ; = ;•:•\u25a0 the /except that^ • \u25a0>;:'"
; ;:-; .certain
! .j? \u25a0 "i ; 'H /' trust< bonds; ; ahd .-: except one mortgage; for" $i pi"000 jon one* parcel^of : real estate.^ : . : '.: ' \u25a0 j :^c' : v\ *^ ' ' . ;
>-i / :*/:;;-;:tX'nv\^,'-V ; THe : ;CO^
\u25a0•' .-;';," A}% ] r cre^ed.' : of.&
:'-\u25a0 '.; ?..,;:' :'^On;r)eceinber:3l, .1.906; the net- surplus and; reserves:^ of. the' company amounted to-: ap- ' '.'. \u25a0
proximately $14,000,000. , '*'•.','•'
]\u25a0] •;. : \u25a0 -': ; ; iJ] ; .'K'The \u25a0 number of : telephone' subscribers'; stations operated : - in \ the United ;j States this V : :
vf ; : :;./ cdimpany iahdb^
1902 • 1903 • - 1904 1905 - 1906 (Dec. est.)
1,399,941 1,683,087 2,003,213 2,528,715 3.054,000.'
. " The number of ihiles^pf wire owned By this :-;cornpan'y/\a^d'':it3 : -'asso^ate4' : c6rppanies'is r
approximately: Exchange, 6,100,000; toll, 1,400,000; making a total of 7,500,000; of;
-.\u25a0:... . which 3,300|000 miles of exchange 'wire are in underground conduits. < ; r \u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0.-\u25a0• .•'\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0
;1 . ; \u25a0:t: . ' Th e shares _' ; of ; thecornpahy are largely distributed jithe" ; number of /shareholders; Having ''. ;-"
• t been as Follows :-,'"* J : -- \u25a0\u25a0h \u25a0' >. '':\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 r-. : - : : • . : '- : - ;; ' •\u25a0\u25a0; : : '': ; "",,.. _ ' V v -
Jan. 1, 1903 . Jan. K 1904 Jan. 1, 1905 Jan. 1, 1906 *. Jan. I. 1907- -.
M0.802 , 15,743 ' 16,892 17,533 ,g ,18,194; V '- -
H o \u25a0-'••\u25a0;'.-:'.; '.-: '. •.;•/•:\u25a0 Tne;; American iTelephione. and ;;Tjelegfaph jGompany. paid ; dividendsyeach Myear 'from if: \u25a0
• ; ; • \u25a0 i^prjl, 1 900, tP' July,- I9p6> at the irate of ily^ per; cent per; year, and its predecessor/ tKe;;; »• :
: : \u25a0 'll '.';\u25a0.. ';" Ainerican ;Bell : T^ophp^e;«C6mpany^ jsaid: dividends at an- equivalent or greater^ rate each * '(ij£>
. ': y y^ ':.':\u25a0':
:i : - r - \u25a0 Company has paid dividends at the rate'-of 8 per cent per -annum. \u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:*. -. \u25a0\u25a0)\. r f \u25a0*• ..-; /\u25a0«». */ \u25a0 . ' y
"':; "\. ;',' ?::} :• : ; : gross^revenue ;of this compahy; ; a'nd its Tassbciated .telephone companies, fof, the, year :
,- ? 'V ;^^9 '"""-'\u25a0''*"'/",'\u25a0
- -••'•;'. -.-:- : ! : .'\u25a0'\u25a0': f'Grbss earnings; of "this company
; -\u25a0.' ' V; "\u25a0'/: $24,428i434;71 ; pjperatiiig expenses^ihtefest and leaving ;balance;:
of $12,783,465173; out of which dividends amounting to $10,195,233.50-have been paid.
\u25a0 C h ;':.:: ;\u25a0; : "; ; P .TThe \u25a0bobkkeepihg arid •accounting jare^pn conservative lines, and: in my opinion i ; the ' po^ .; .
'./'? yy J ;sitip;n and -the prospects of the compan^have[iihproYed;;frorn year to. year ; and will continue i ;; •
to do so. • ' - i •
\u25a0 ' : ''\u25a0'' ' : : :. For: further: details regarding the ahw : eibo^e i b 0^^ B';r^i-e8 ' ;r^i- er cnc.e.vl3 .rhaae vtb !the .trust. Iriddnture.un- : :
"• .v. v der which they arie issued., and to the.»letter f rpm ;F. P.-.Flsh; of -.the coinpahy.-- copies- \u25a0"• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '.'\u25a0. . •
; ': :. of .' which may •be \u25a0 obtained at/.the -;dfflc'es .'> of ' the i. undersigned.« ? .r'?-.Preference;- on : allotment- '-under i, . ' ' .
• pubsciriptionwlH beaccprded to shareholders, of the : .; American . Teifphone'; and Telegraph- i Company :- ::
; . :to"the extent 6fl-6,pr.20 per cent, of thepar value, of their.homingsidf "stock irithe company. \u25a0• ; ,
: : \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0."• ; A' simultaneous public issue --of the: above.; bonds is being ; made -"by^Messrs.. Baring Bros. & Co.,
': ' .Ltd., and; Messrs. J. S.:Morgan;& Co., in Londohrand-by.Messrs.'Hope'|&;Co.Vln r Amsterdain..; : ;• ; .?. : :
J. :M|«QRG^ i ?^HN^ LOEB & CO", New York
KIDDER, PEABODY & CO., Boston
_ First;iyiortgage and Collateral Trust 5% Bonds • :
PRICPOyiELD 4.85%-4AX FREE
\u25a0A mortgage^obli^tion- secured' on;;all^the
• . American. Telephone and Telegra a \u25a0''\u25a0'\u25a0 .- K -^r:>^
The general- 4Xpejycent;obiigatio
-. • .; graph Company;; not secured by mortgage,- are held on a A\ 4s per cent
. income basis. Particulars on application.
N. W. H ALSEY & CO.
413 Montgomery St. San Francisco; Cal.
For Results-A CALL WANT AD-For Results
p;;;;AUCXlON; .^AEE::|:
;, , (Administrator** Sale) O . V
At Brodrlck'» Stables, 152 Valencia St.;
\u25a0~ -\ : : : ;\u25a0;.,;."'; -.:- : ' :.- . ; •'...' ; : ;-----; \u25a0
i.-Frlday, February^!,, at 11 A. 31.;"
: : Owintr to'd^ath of Mr. Bm» Brodrlck, will aril
nil ; of ! th» i-tock *of aboTf stables, cotii»!rtlait ot \u25a0
GO, first -class bors«><i. 25 altuost.new bcslM'ss, b^i»-
pies, 10 wapons. 45 sets hanja->«». etc. .'No money
.was spared in selecting this Btook-,- and those at-
tend?n;i thfs sale will hav«» a chance t<* buy the
best'lQt of .horses \u25a0 and bugjrSes eTer offered at
auction. 'Stock can be seen any time, to day of
sale. i. Remember .the date ami place. \u25a0:• '.\u25a0_ \
15- Valencia «t™-, Friday, February '1.
\u25a0 '..::.j . • ".''\u25a0\u25a0".. JOHN J.; DO tLE, Auctioneer.
,'.'J .-j. -j- - - Office 10311 031 Folaom . atreet. : . : \
106 HORSES AT AUCTION
At Crows landing on the BenCrow Ranch
\u25a0 SeTenty-fonr ; head of * geldlnga from four to
J six years old, »lred by Shire - and Norman stal-
lions, weighing from 1100 to 1400 ponnds. All
have been handled. Also 32 mares la foal by
Imported Shlw and Norman stalllona, weighing
from 1200 to 1-100 pound*. ;. \u25a0 -. ' •
Contractors- looking for good, blocky wason
and scraper, horses, .farmers In want of. good,
heavy work and brood mares, don't fair to at-
tend this sale; dealers, here Is an opportunity to
get -salabJe animals. ;.: -':\u25a0,.'.•- \u25a0 ' -.'
Sale takes place at the Ben -Crow Ranch,
three 'miles east of Crowa, Landing, : . ,
I Saturday* February 9tb, 1907, at IP. H.
\u25a0•' "Trains.-, arriving from the' north' snd .south
reach Crows la time for the sale.
Hotel accommodations - at Newman or Crows
Landing.. Buses will meet both trains.. \u25a0 \u25a0
\u25a0 *T*-w " - : '' N ' ; - : . -.ffv-^.' '•' "• \u25a0. •*\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
,':.-\u25a0;-. >•/; ;•: .\u25a0.'.;>' \u25a0"-; ' ".-\u25a0.>. ..'-.. . : \u25a0 .\u25a0 .- .v,-'-. ;\u25a0_ .'
At Auction
Friday; at 11 a. m.
S..RPBBER-TIRE BCGGIES, 1 DOCTOri'S TOP
BDGGY,;2S sets of : HARNESS. WAGONS and
CARTS. OTHER VEHICLES, 27 head of
nORSES. -.This' stock has been sent here to be
»o!d to the hlgbest bidder, rain or shine. ;;
; 565 4th Sbree^Qakland
OCEAXTUAVEL "iV. : ' :'::,":
'^^tfT?***^* . Steamers t*are Broadway
\u25a0i wfp6/i ; ANGELES,
| SAN DIEGO,
•-(SANTA. BARBASM :
{SANTA ROSA \u0084L: ....: Every Sunday. 10a. m.
STATE OF CAL. ... . . . Every Thursday. 10 a. m.
Pok SEATTLE, TACOMA
T^CTOi?M, B. C.
'^XN^U^Eg^^cM
Puget Sound & Alaskan Ports
SPOKANE. .:.. . . „ . ... ./.Feb. 1. 16. 11 a. : m.
U.MATILLA a . ; . ..... .... . . .Feb. 6. 21. 11 a. m.
CITV OF PCEBLA...:.. ; Feb. 11, 26,11 a. m.
';.;\u25a0:;: ;.:.l..;'And Every Fifth Day Thereafter. ,
j For EUREKA (Humboldt Bay)
'POMONA..Jab. .-81, Feb. 1 7, 13. 19. 25. 1:30 p.m!
CITY 'ot TOPEKA.Feb. 3, 9, 15, 21. 27,1:30 p. m.
CORONA i..J, ..Feb. 5, 11, 17, 23, 1:30 p.m.
ForGUAYMAS f MAZATLAN;
LAPXZ,iENSENADA;SAN
JOSE DEL CABO, ALT ATA
CURACAO.^ :....,. 7th of each month. 10 a. m.
! : Low rates-^lnclnding Berth and Meals. .
--Rights reserved to Change this Schednl*. -: -
':\l?':-'M':: '. :.;-':,-i-TICKET: .;-':,-i-TICKET OFFICES: : \u25a0:' \ r i4vt'c«"
San Francisco, 3 Market St. and Broadway Wharf #
\u25a0"-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•;'.\u25a0:• ' .Telephone Temporary 492. - : : *...-.
0ak1and .....;•... \u0084\. . . \u25a0.;-. .-.-. . . . .".968 " Broadway
San Franrtsco- Freight .Office, Broadway Wharf.
•;-.\u25a0; O. D: DDNANX;-G.^P. A.," San \u25a0 Francisco.
TAHITI/ SOOTH : SEAS— is. 8. Marlposa iatls
•• at- 11 a.: m.', \u25a0• Feb. <.- First-class round-trip,
HONOLULU only— S. S. "Alameda sails 11 a. m.;
• Feb. 16. 1907. Round trip, first class. $125. .
SYDNEY; AUCKLAND, SAMOA. \u25a0'\u25a0. HONOLULU—
:v "S; : Sv Sierra sails 2 p. m,. Feb. 7. Chrlst-
• church (International- Exhibition) and return.
: first,. 1208.50; second. $223.*0. V; \u25a0\u25a0 '
I J. D. SPRECKELS :& BROS. CO^ ": \
: 68 # Clay Street, San Francisco,
'.-..';. -..'; ' Passenger ; Department, 673 . Market St. . '
V' - : V '•\u25a0 Phone "Temporary 1231? V V
KpSlViO^ L.IINB
*.. ' •:'. : \u25a0•-'. PAS SEXGER. SERVICE ;'''./''.. • '
: S.'s. "ITAURI," 7000 tons. Captain J. Knnd-
srtn^' salllnp Feb. .'.. 1, from San Francisco for
Hamburg, via Manzanlllo, Acapulco, Sallna Cruz.
Sun Jose de Guatemala. Aeajutla. La Llbertad.
La ,' Union, Amapala. \u25a0 Corinto, Pun to . Arenas, C.
R., I'Rlta, Callao, - Mollendo, the principal . ports
of .Chile ' and London. \u25a0 For rates. and passenger
accommodations . apply' to LENDAL M. GRAY
,Pier 19. San Francisco.. . ,;; \u25a0.'•\u25a0. • .-:,•-:
.--;';: -\u25a0 RAILWAY TRAVEL .V V
Northwestern (Pacific Railroad Co.
\u25a0:;'*;.. "'.- ; VIA \ S AUSALITO -PERRY f: \u25a0. ]
For Saojtalltd, Mill Valley, ,S»n Rafaeh
WEEK DAYS AND SUNDAYS— 7, •7:45, 8:23.
•9:15. 9:50, 11 a. m, 12:20. »1:<5. .•3:13. 4:35.
5:15. 5;50. 6:30, 7:15; 0:00, 10:15, 11:35 p. m. .;
•'-\u2666 Buns. to San Quentln. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:-••\u25a0• .-;; -
•' : '7:45 a.ym. dally; for Cazadero and way . «ta-
tlons.'- ; * .»'.'\u25a0 '..-•'\u25a0'-'-;-..\u25a0•\u25a0.. \u25a0 •;'.- '\u25a0\u25a0'.•.:•.'\u25a0\u25a0,'
:8:15: 8:15 p. m., Saturdays only; for Cazadero and
way- stations..' * :.-..'••'• . .- . ,
;•! 5:15 p. -m. '.daily, except ' Saturdars and Sun- \u25a0
days,: for. Point Reyes and way. stations. . \
From * S."- F. . for . Tlburon, V Belveder* \u25a0 and "San
• Rafael— Week Days— 7:4o. 9:15,' ••11:00 a. be.
'12:85, -3:30. 8:10, '6:30. p.- m.- Sundays— 7-40 '
J - 8:15,! ••11:00 -a.nl.: 12:33, 3:30. 5:10, 8:30|
,\u25a0 \u25a0. p..m.; ••1135 ip. m.- Tlrursdays only. ' '
From San RatAel for S. .F.-i-Week bars — 6:13
.7:40, 7:35. 0:25, 11:15 a.- m.; 12:30. 3:40. 3-oo"
, - B:20 "p." m. ' Sundays — 6:15. 7;C3, 9:23
\u25a0? a.' m.: 3:40, 5:00. 3:20, 8:30 p.' m., '.. .
I From Tiburon for S.' F^-Week Day*^-8:45, B'l7
f < 9:53; 11:39 a. 1 m.; 1:10, 4:05,3:43 p."m.. Son-
.dayB-^6:43.'.8:17; 8:33,.11;33a. m.; l:ic»i 4:03
ii 8:43 r -- 6:55 p. ,m. \u25a0'/- '.- .- ;,-. .V •: "• .- • -
• , s Leave S . nv^^ Arrtnw J .ArrCTHFT
Wk-dyg|Snnd's f • - m \u25a0 fund's Wk dvs
nf:4o al 7:40 al - -,•'.- 87i7"aT5TrfT
.•.:....\| 9:15 al .-• ./-T .'; 10:23 a l».-23a
3:30 p| 3:30 pi . Ignaelo.. ... 6:20 p fl:2«> o
! - 5:10 p1 5:10 p'l 7:30 p .....-.<
;:7:40«i:...... : - *\u25a0 : . 1 8:n"tf?rrni
-..:.... 7:40 a - >ovato. f . 10:25a 10:23 a
! ; 3:30 p 9:15 a .Petalumar . 6:20 p 6:20 p
'•; 5:10 p 8:S0 p , Santa Rosa. ' 7:30 p .. —
; • ...-• 5:10 p ' -\u25a0-\u25a0• "\u25a0*-\u25a0;' . . ;.... .. ... . .
r7:4OaL I ~ :: ,-. \u25a0 IST2S a 10:25~a
•:\\:':.t 7:40 a Fulton. • 6:20 p fl-20 n
3:HO p 3:30 p \u25a0 \u25a0 '.' - (:.:..... ......*;
\u25a0 7T~ I • • -Windsor. . \u0084
' \u25a0 . , •\u25a0\u25a0'; '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0V- Healdsbure.
•7:40 a ,7:40 a ... -Lytton. -\u25a0 : i£(;2s a io : 23 a
r3:30r 3:30 p 3:30 p } Geyserville. 8:20 p 6:20 n
\u25a0 • \u25a0-\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 - ;•'• \u25a0\u25a0 I »nd Cloverdale.' j - j --.. -
\7:40 at 7:40 aj. * Hopland= r • 10:2-1 alT<ll:2j V a
\u25a0'3:30 p 3:30 p ' and Uklah.' ; «ij2<»jp|_C:*jf> p.
i^Oi - -••••'. 110:25 aTToTiS a
r3:30-pr 3:30-p ;3:30; 3:30 p Operae-rlll*. \ »so r> rt:2o p
TT-aI a|>-40 M - : \u25a0 .1 S7irt'r?Tfr«
\u25a0:'s:ll> p .".."..".. . • Sonoma.- . -V. 6:20 p d:i:j'n
Itv. .'. . 5:10 p -'-• Glen Ellen. • ' f . . .-. \u25a0.\u25a0*. .] . .-. .--..'
'7T4OT TfliOa - *. • v : "> . 1 10 :25 aTiol^s~a
3:80 p 8:30 p Sebastopol. C:2O p 6:20 n
B;10 p 3:10 p '- 1...... .|.ry;. ; .
\u25a0\u0084 -"* ".'-\u25a0* WUlit»jU)d. |. ... ;
i."T:4O.a T;4O a >* 6:20 p 6:20 p
••• •\u2666Ilouron only. ; \u0084. f .-J- > , . \u25a0 .-
\u25a0• ' : < \u25a0> , tSTAQa COTSNECTIONS.
Stajea conMct at GREENBRAK for San Quea-
tin; at SANTA. ROSA for White Sulphur Sprta™
and Mark Wt«t Bprtogs: at FULTO.V for Barkers
Sanatorium : ' at LXTTON; for, Ly tton \u25a0 Bprtnrs- at
OBYSERVILLD for.Bfcacs* Sprtnirs; at CLOVER-
DALB "for "th« s Geysers, • Boonvilie, Phllo. Elk
and Greenwood ; •:-- at^ HOPLAND ,« for Duncan
Springs,^ Highland Sprtno,- j Kelsey vUI«. - - New
Carlsbad Bprings. . Soda Bay. Lakeport. \ Bartltt t
Springs;; at iUKlAH for Vlchy'lprlnCT. Baratoj"
Springs, I Bine I Late*,- Laurel Dell : Lake, - Witter
Bprings, ' Lake.^ Pomcv. Potter Valley. John
Day's. I Uerley's. | HullvlUe. I Orr'a • Hot - Sprlnw
Handley.i Half-Way t House.^Hopkins. Comptch*!
Mcndocino City,, Fort Bragg, Westport and Usal-
at WILLITS tor Hearst and Sawyer*; at SHEr!
• WOOD - v for* Fort \u25a0 Bragg.- < Laytonvllle. I Westport
* Covelo,"« Cummlacs. t Bell's > Sprin* s. . Harris, . Hub-
*> bard, s Frultland, -. Dyerville, 1 GarberrUlc, Pepper-
r wood.^Camp 5,: Scotta and Eureka: " , -
r , Z-- \u25a0- \u25a0',%.. -;} -<-: GENERAL^ OFFICE:'V ,; " /\u25a0;<;\u25a0\u25a0 „•\u25a0-\u25a0.
\ JAMES .« FLOOD > BUILDI NG,> BAN » FRANCISCO.
". .\u25a0> '--•, -'- JAS. "j AGLER.^ General 'Manager. -£
r 8.1 X. ElAN. , Gen.; Pwscaser. and rr«i«at AgV
* RAILWAY 'TRAVEL
\:,},^'-"- -•\u25a0 ,: — \u25a0 -' .. : . \u25a0' ,•• .\u25a0' — -•-
v»jjv . . Ina* lut* ud trt m
[f^^S'M San Francisco
\«3f?~gsfy FERRY DEPOT
' >>£iZ^ Foot ot Market Strwt
LeaVe — VTA OAKLAND PIER— ArrtT* ;
I 7.80« Elmlra. Vacmville. Winters, Rum- .
'. . :\u25a0\u25a0;-'. ,'\u25a0 try •-'. -...,.\u25a0 - • .'\u25a0'.-' 7.41*.
7.00« Richmond. Benicia. Sacramaato,
- : Suifun uncl Way SUliona 7.49» .. ;
: T.W« DaTis. Woodland. Maryrrtll* •'\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0
Cixico, Red Bluff— OroTUl«_^. J.4«»
729* \ fi»»hnrst. ' Newark. CenterviUo.
;.: \u25a0.'\u25a0 ''':\u25a0\u25a0 - t^an Jc.'c. Lo.-i Gato*. Wrisht._ S.tS* '•'
7.40a .Vallejo. Napu. Calistoira.: ijanta
' ' '. ' Rosa. M*rtiae2.?i*n Raaaon %.ttp
. 7.4V KHes, Pleas*n ton.- Llvermore, • '• .
;. : Tracy, Lathrop. Stockton_ 7J*»
«.M« Shasta Express— (Via Davis.) " ;..•--"
WjUlams.; Willows.- K«d Bluff. . .
Ashland. Portland- and East— \u25a0 J23»
S2U Martinez. Antloch. Byron. Tracy. , "- =•;
Stockton.Newman. Lo« Biuios.
Mendota; Armona. Haniord. \u25a0 4.W»
I! Vi*alJa. PortervUle 4,4»»
i l^9« Port Costa, Lathrop. Merced. M»>
I desto. Fresno. Hanford. VW
?•". : salia.Tulare-.Bak«srsfield___' 4.41»
t.4«» : Nlles. San Jose, Llvennora.
Stockton <*MUtonK ValUy.
'. •".--\u25a0"\u25a0•. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• Spring. loan. Sacramento 4M*
8.40* Bonora.TuolumneandAnzels,« 4.M»
9.60* Atlantic Expreu — Ogden and
• K<vst \u0084, - 423^
! 5.48» Richmond. Port Coata. Martinez.
I \u25a0-'\u25a0<. aud Way Stations M«»
! 19.23. Vallejo. Mare Island. Nap* ILU*,
19.20* New Orleans Express— Baier*.
field. Los Anrelea. Deming. E
• I'iwo. New Orleans^; — 1M»
10J0» Port Costa. ' Marttn«z. Byron.
: , Tracy. Lakh r op. Stockton. \u25a0
Merced. Raymond. Fresnoi.
Gos hen Junction. Hanford.
Lemoore, Visalla.Tula.ra. 7.W»
II.H« Th« Overland Limited— Omaha.
Chicaso. Denver. Kansa* aty 70^
11.40* NUes. Saa Jose and Way Stations l.*>*
2.9H Newark. Anew. Sau Jose. — 7OJ»
3.N» Benicia. Winters. Bacramsnto. .
Woodland. Knizhts Landing.
Maxysvllla and Orovill*- . ».4to
32*9 Port Costa. Martine*. Byson.
i \u25a0>'.", Tracy. Modesto. : M«reed.
Fresno ~ ' ', \u25a0 \u25a0 " '- iz-»i»
3J9» Via Tiboron. .West Napa. St. - -
Helena.- CalistPßa ' |tJS«
J.O» Portland Express, (via Davi»>. ; .:.-.'
Williams. Willows. Red Blnff.
"\u25a0:\u25a0:\u25a0 '\u25a0-.••\u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0•Ashland. Portland and East t.4H
ZJH Hayward. NUes and Way Sta- - \u0084'
tidns i ; 7.«j# . ;
. 4.M» Vallejo. Martlne*. San Ramon. 2L"*
Napa. Calistos*. B*nta Rpi*w »•»• j
4.W» Niles. Tracy. Stockton Lodi ___/•• !«_»•
42H Elmhnrst. Newark CentervlllaJ tl.4**
Agnew.San Jose. Lo»Ga»o«_l ««.«•
4.4«» Hay-ward. NUes. Irvington. Baa i*2»m
Jose. Llvermorw ... ... t11.4t0
S.M» The Owl Limited— Newman, lor
Banos. Mendota. Fresno. Tn»
lare. Bakersfleld. Los Antatoi M»» \u25a0
$2H Hayward. NUes and Saa Jose IM*
% 5299 Vallejo. Port Costa. BeaMa. Sui. #
i'y \u25a0\u25a0- son. Sacramento .. ... \u25a0 ImJm
(.00* China and Japan Fast Mali— :..„\u25a0,\u25a0';
; ,--\u25a0\u25a0» Ogden. Omaha. Chicaco — ; .
:<? Martinez. Stockton, Sacm- -•
' mento. Reno, Sparks .,; ... 12.4H .
$299 Hayward. NUes and San Jo&s . >.4Sa .
7JO» Tonopah Pass.— Port Corta. Be- . .
nida. Skiisun. Elmlra. Dixon.
v Davis. Sacramento. Tnieke*. . .
Hazen. Tonopah. Goldrteld :
\u25a0- \u25a0;-'"\u25a0 • : and Keeler____. -~ — - 7.tto . .
7.00p Vallejo. Crockett and Way Sta-
tions. Sunday Q_ljr_____ — IUU
«_>» Orecon Express— Sacramenta : ;
MarysviUe. Redding. Port. ;; : •^r ; v
land. Priget Soand and Kacs. t.4Ba
%M9 Fast Mall— Ogden. Om_h_,Chi- ;-•\u25a0.>
r cago.— Pueblo. Kansas City. _^
t f.Wn Hunters Trai_rS-twrday only.
• Newark. San : Joaa and way
'-.. -V '\u25a0'\u25a0 stations,.'. ' -' WH
""\u25a0 :\-.;; COAST UNE ;-\u25a0 ? ;-: : '' . \u25a0
; *»-(Third and Towntend StreetaJ
«.10« San Jos« and Way Stations- .. — •.»»
7.0Q« San Mateo. Redwood. San Josb. v \u25a0:\u25a0- -v-.—,-:
. Morganhlll. OLlroj. Pajar*
v WatsonviUe. Santa Cnn— _•»•. . .
: '-"'. rel— Boulder Creek, Del Monte, . • .
: . MonVrrey. Pacific QroT« __»_.- S.4f#- •
"."- : t,N» Shore Une Limited— Saa Jose.
: -"- - \u25a0 Salinas. Paao ßobles. Saa Luis
: . Obispo. Santa Barbara. Los
'. Angeles __ — , \u25a0 . '. \u25a0 *J^ '.
I.Mm D«l Monte. Mqnterey, Padflo
\u25a0 i.. ; ; ' : ..-;\u25a0 Grove ..'. ; ...... .... .\u25a0 »J»
».M» WatsonviUe. Sanu Crux. Laorei. ,- -- -
Boulder Creek: : . tJ»# ..'
•J»« The Coaster— San Jost^ BaUnaa.
San Ardo, Paso Robles. Santa •
- V Marrarlta. San Lois Obispo.
Guadalupe. Gaviota. Santa •
•' Barbara, i San Buenaventnra. -
; Oxnard. Burbank. Los Angeles 11.45» \u25a0
•J«« Gllroy. HoillstT. Tres Ptnos. Pa-"-"
" ; \u25a0 jaro. WatsonviUe. Santa Crnz.
\u25a0-: \u25a0\u25a0' ': . " ' Cagtxoville.DelMoßte. Padflo •
'•'. -. Grove. Serf. Lompoe 11.i5»
9.65a South San Francisco. San Maieo.
.; : Palo Alto. San Joso 7 jM» •
10.39a Bcrlingame, San Mateo. Red.
wood. Palo AltaSan Jcaa 129*
11J»« . San Jose and Way Stations-, ." .4>IS» ,
Z.Mp San Jose and Way Stations . \u0084 - ' USa
3.M» Del Monte Express— San Josa. -.; ?" '
\u25a0 Gllroy. Watsonrllle. Santa '' :\u25a0'
• •\u25a0\u25a0'• -."-'~ Crus. Del : Monte. «Monterey. ..-
Pacific Grove.._; : ~ \u25a0 12.15* -
3.15b New Orleans Express— El Paso.
; \u25a0 Bah Antonlo i _Hou»toa..N»w \u25a0 ••
; - Orleans and East..; ~ ;.':.,.:., ltU>
J.lSj San Jose. Salinas. Paso Robles.
. Santa Barbara. Los Angeiea _ t.lfa .
3.lSp WatsonvUle. Santa Cruz. Del .• .
Monte. ' Monterer.' Padfls , :
'. \u25a0. ; ' ' fjx nvn . i I- r '\u25a0'\u25a0- . 11.45v
J.30» South San Francisco. Ban Jose.
- - GOxoy. Holiister. Tr« Ptaos_ Itjfa , •
4.Vh San Jose and Way Stations . j J-J^ .
tS.OO» Burlinjama. ' Baa Mateo. Palo
Alto. San Jos*. Los G*»s__. f9.M« .
SJO» San Jose and Way Stations..: it.M*
t«.00» .BurUngame. San.Matoo. Btr»
• . :.. lord. Belmont.San Carlos, Red." J
'\u25a0••'..: \u25a0' wood. Fair Oaks. Manlo Park. ' * "
Palo Alto, San Jose. ' , \u0084 - 7.40« *
•J0» ' Ban Jose and Way Statiow — __•»_«• .
l.0©»- Sunset Express — Saa Jose, BalV '
• . - nas. -Paso -.Robles. San. Lull - :.'
- Obispo. Santa Barbara. .Los '\u25a0
- . \u25a0 \u25a0 Angeles. Deming. El PasaN«w '\u25a0• '
• f»fl»ana m . JO. 15a -.
I.ooa Golden Sfnte Limited Sleeper—
"'..- - El Paso. Kansas City. St. Louis.
:..'• "Chicago. ______ j __-.»JS«-
- I.0O» • Pajaro.. WatsonviUe. Capitol a. ...
."• Santa Cruz." Castrovllle. Del /
. •-* Monte-. Pacific Grove , lt.4S» .
; . S.lSa Ocean View. Palo Alto. Baa Jos* Mfa •
.tl 00» Sacramento RlveV Steamers __• ItM*
'- 4.00b, Tuesdays from Howard r»t.W_art
-:-'.•:\u25a0 ; N0.2. "S.S. Breakwater"
. .- Marshfield. • Coqulile, ' Myrur
• -\u25a0:\u25a0 Pdint. Ore -\u0084..--- iJ.B*
. ' Union Transfer Company tgents eeUect
, baggage, and : checks on trains of Boat)Mni \u25a0
• Pacific and deliver baggage to residence. They
are authorized to check bagzagVdlrtcs tram
tmi&aam. \u25a0 \u25a0 *
OAKLAND HARBOR FERRY
; -; ; 'i-; • . (Foot of Market Street)
' "• \u25a0 7 JO. 8X0. 9.30. 1000. UJO a. B_ •
1 ttaO.UO. 2jao > 800. 4JO. 5.Q0.4.00.».a0.t,0»».-W
i*' A for Morning. . P for Afteraooa 1 )
r;..- • tSunday axceptad. tStmday only. ' \u25a0
irwioar transfei» compajct axenu
collect bairsase and checks 'on train*
of Southern Pacific and del'Te*. ba»- \u25a0
gage-to residence. They are »uU prised
to check baggage direct- iron real-
dence.- f Telephone I*4*.
ILTAMALPAIS RAIIWAY
_ Via SanssUto Ferry. Foot of Markat rt.
Lt. Saa Fran. >^T3hfc I Lr. T»na«lp»ta. '•
WkdaylSonday p«2?T?tJ Sunday Wk day
.9:50 A} 8:25 A . 10M3 A 4:10 A
1:43 I'i «:50 Al »:05 P I:CS P
.......111:00 a{ 2:30 P 4:30 P
4:35 Pf 3:15 P 8:45 P) »_W f
On Le?al Holiday* Trsinn Rnn on Bnnd« Time.
•,TIC&ET OFyiCE AT 3AD3ALITO FEBBT. -
*— — **— — ™*"™™~** M^S •
' OCEIAX TBAVEI. |
COHPA6SIE GEHHALE TRASSITLASTIQOI
r DIRECT • LINE .TO : HAVBB-PABIS. ,
. SatUag every Thnrsday. Instead of Saturday.
«t 10 a. m.. tCQm Pler.42. Nort_,Blv«r. toot «t
Morton street.* ;\u25a0\u25a0-'.." _.' ; -
First class ta U*rn. $70 and upward. Sjfcood
Class to Havre, $43 and npward. GKSEaAI*
AGEXCT , FOR UNITED STATES AND . CAN-
ADA. 21 '• Broadway (HudMa Building). SUw a
York. J. F.sFUGAZI. -mitugtr Pacific Coaat. -
630 Montgomery street, - San rraacisc*. T«*n»
\u25a0old by - all * Railroad , Ticket Agents. - > \ -
. BAY AXl> iyTERURBAX ROUTES V
IVsAfe^ISIiAND NAVY YARjD
T^AVALLEJO^arid NAPX j
t' NAPA VALLEV' ROUTE .
- 1 MonticeUo S. S.- Co. and Sapa .VaU«y Electrtg
B. R. Co. - Close connections. " . ...'"•-,
6-KOUND TRIPS D.ULT-I
. •\u25a0* Boats leave -Ban rraadsco T:00. •9:43' a. m*,-
12:80 noon. 3:15, 8:00. *S:3O P^JB- -_-< ! ~_
Ban ' ITanclKO landing and of flc«, CU/»tr«et
Wharf; North End Ferry buUdittg, Msrk«t-stet«t
" I*trr.-'^MeaUi;a-la-ejrte.'- - - -•-\u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0'.-
Phona \u25a0 temporary 4C«. : . V%^e^4t^ s ,
£ •Lands Navy I'aii dixtct.^y \ -^^ . N
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