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$1.235"-. 1.30: ghlpping and brewing, [email protected];
chevalier, nominal.
Jf 11 a. in. Session
May ami r»oc«-_bor opened at $I.32*>_ and re
ceded to $1.31%.
2 p. in. Session
May and December sold at 51.30 V.. January
was quoted at $1.31V_ bid. $1.361 i asked and
February at $1.32*._ asked.
Oats—The market continues quiet: otherwise
there is nothing new. Bed for seed, $1.65(<J2
per ctl: do feed. $1.43fti1.50; black, nominal;
spot white feed, $1.45 to l..V>. do stained, $1.40.
Corn —Eastern yellow, carload lots, $1.32®
1.33; do white, $1.3401.85; Egyptian, noniina!.
Bye—Prices wholly nominal.
Forclsrn Futures
Wheal March. May. July.
opening 79% li 79%
I 7 5 7 2% 7 2«i
W-aat— Jan. Mar.-Aug.
Opening $1,431$ 11.42%
1.42% 1.42'g
Flour, per b*rrel— Jan. Mar.-April.
Opening $6.25 $0.25
Closing 0.24 6.23
Future (*raln and* Provisions
CHICAGO, Jan. 28.—*vV_cnt and oats were
steady today, while corn and provisions declined.
Trade was generally dull. Resales of wheat
In France, reflected ln the quotations from Paris
and Liverpool, brought about selling ln this
market early. There was not a great deal of
it. but at that It was overdyne, and later the
early less was more than recovered.
Winnipeg reported that only one per cent of
the crop remains In farmers' hands. Seaboard
clearances. 456,000, Primary receipts, 806.000,
against 492,000 last year.
C«>ru fluctuated nervously between narrow
limits, but the main tuflueuce in a net decline
of %%%t for May was tbe unloading of a local
long Hue, of which process shorts took ad
Oats were sold on a small scale by pit traders
while demand came from commission houses.
When shorts discovered the nature of the sup
port, they covered.
Provisions started h'rber on the commis*ion
house demand, but there was plenty for sale on
the bulge, aud the close was at a net decline
_5e Packers were said to be selling short.
W AGO. Jan. 28.— E. F. Hutton & Co.**
'•Wheat—Narrow wheat market with prices a
little easier st the outset, but showing improve
ment later. Popular sentiment was bullish
among professional speculators, although this
was dampened a little early and there was too
much selling on weaker foreign markets. Euro
pean visible Increased as much for the week
as the American visible decreased. There were
persistent reports of some ex.wrt business doing
at Missouri river point* today; also persistent
denials. Bueno* Aires wheat closed steady.
Milling call for wheat slow ln northwest, but
premiums holding steady. Cash wheat here
steady and demand only fair, although counted
up to the seasonal average. Kansas City re
ported more snap to cash wheat than for several
days and finally* reported red and hard winter
half a cent higher. Toward the close here It
developed that short selling had been overdone,
snd quite a number of shorts were forced to
cover. Net gain for the day was Dot Impor
tant, however. Cash sales were 51.000.
"Cotn —The corn market has been subject
to frequent nervous fluctuations within narrow
limits, but in the main developed considerable
weakness. There was considerable short selling
locally, but the chief weight on the market came
from the selling of a considerable line of long
corn, presumably local. Exporters claimed that
business was Impossible and all bids were re
duced as fast as futures declined. Cash sales,
130,000 bushels.
"Oats—Oats were easy early, but rallied later.
Selling was largely by pit traders, while the
: living wis on resting commission orders and ab
ill offerings. The pressure, therefore.
*as nut important, and the result was some
attempt on the part of early shorts to cover
later at round lop prices of the session. Ship
ping call rather light, with sales of 140,000
- reported.
"Provisions —Provisions started out higher on
excellent and fairly general commission buying.
immediately met by good selling,
largely to t«ke profits by longs, but there was
pressure fr<»m a few packers who were
believed to be selling short."
< nsh Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO. Jan. 28. —Cash quotations were as
-No. 2 yellow, 40c; No. 3, 47ra 48Uc: No.
;; whll < : No. ;i yellow, 47ft.4SV.V.
Rye—So. 2, lWVi®64%e.
Parley—Oo'n7' •
Timothy—s3fS 4.15.
Clover—sl2-"J 20.
New York Grain Mnrkrt
NEW YORK, Jan. 28.—Flour—Dull. Receipts,
44.000 barrels; shipments, 7.000 barrels.
Wheat—Spot. Irregular; No. 2 red, $Lo2ii ele
vator and $1.10, nominal, afloat; No. 1 northern
Dulnth, $I.oo*-. f. o. b. afloat. Futures closed
unchanged to %c net higher. May, 98 7-16ftj
08 1110 c. closed at »BHc; July closed at 86% c.
. Bonded wheat—January, closed at 00T»c: May,
WL_ ®9*> 5-16 c, clo.ed at 90M«c; July. B9*ti«J
Wg*,f. closed at OH% c . Receipts, 128,000 bush
shipments, 193,000 bushels.
.North—est, Wheat
SKA-TLB, Jan. 28.— Wheat—Bluestem. 97c;
forty-fold, 87M,e; club, 87c; fife, S7c: red Rus
sian, 80c. Yesterday's car receipts—Wheat 19,
oats 6, corn 8. hay 100, flour 4.
TACOMA, Jan. _»•—-Wheat—Bluestem, 98c:
forty-fold, 88c: club. 88c; red Russian. Ssc.
tar receipts—Wheat 38. barley, 1, hay 17.
PORTLAND. Jan. 28.—Wheat, track prices-
Club, SOrgSOc; bluestem. 94<§93e; forty-fold,
87c; red Russian, 84c; valley. 87c. Car re
ceipts—Wheat 31, flimr 6. oats 1, hay 7.
Minneapolis Grain Market
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 28.—Bran—$10.30 per
Flour—First patents, $4..'W*t4.<)5: second pat
ts $4.1.".«t4..v>: first clears, $:;. 10-33.40; second
clears, $2.3062.00.
Flax—sl.32® 1.3 a Vs.
Barley—4.""-a. 50c.
Wheat—May, 87V__c; cash—No. 1 hard. 87Vic;
No. 1 northern, 80 *-_<"?'J*"-Tic; No. 2 northern,
""•.<"' No. 2 bard Montana, SO-'Jic; No. 3
wheat, 81' A I*3)B2fcc.
Liverpool Wheat Market
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 28—Wheat—Spot, qniet;
easy; March, 7s sd; May. 7s 2?id; July,
7s _M
Duluth Linseed
PCLL'TH. Jan. 2.5.— Llnaeed—Cash, $1.31; July,
J i .99% asked; January, $1.31 V. bid; May,
Local Markets
Receipt- of Produce January 28
Flour, or sks O." 20 Brewers' grains.
ctls I.24o;leather, rolls ... 65
oats ctls 900'Hldes, No 80
Beans, sks I.o4«:PeltH, No 6.330
r.rn, ctls 225 Lime, bbls 900
Bran', sks !»65 Sugar, ctls 8,900
Middlings, sks .. 270' Brandy. gals 100
lot a toes, sks ... f».24o|Wine. gsls 49,100
unions, sks 1.275'C0a1. tons 360
2Oo!l.uinber, M ft 120
15 Paper, bdls 1,270
2641 Apples, bxs 1.300
10 Raisins, bxs 4,400
-1,« 2"'o I'roorncorn, hales.. 53
keel corn, sks 22|Alniouds, sks ... 25
iks 600!
Beans, sks 7,282
ir sks.... 7,7_1!8*_0, sks 1,067
Wheat, ctls .. .10.140; Feed, sks 500
-ks 2.223!
» Provlailoon
Hams (per lb)—California H. H. brand. 19c;
M. A L. brand. 20c; picnics, 12V_e; Primrose.
'-'"'.■; Eastern Star, 20c; skinned, 20Vi»c; Mon
arch, 37■ -vlv: picnics, 13c.
Bacon—Primrcjs*. 4 to 6 lbs, 20c; Eastern Star,
4 to 0 lbs 26c, 6 to 8 lbs 25c, S to 10 Ibs 24c.
10 to 12 lbs 23c: Arrow, 8 to 10 lb* 23c, 10 to
Z!%e; medium bacon, 18V_e; light medium.
*S>r_c; light dry salted bacon, 8 to 10 lbs 21c. 10
to 12 !bs 20C „ ,_
California Bacon—M. A — brand. 4 to 8 lbs
* to 10 lb* H. 11. brand, 4 to 8
. 8 to 10 lbs 22Wt<*
•'ottolene—Half bbls. 10*fcc: 1 tierce, 10% c: 2
10% c; 5 tierces. 10% c per lb; Califene,
r l tierce, 10% c for 2 tierces. lOVic for
- snd _o%c for half bbls and tubs; 60 lb
* ases. $7.
I.ard and Oils, Western Meet brand—
50s (per case), $6.63: 10s. $8.2o;
*- 33; 3s, $1.40; compound lard, tierces. 9%c;
l, $4.88; 10s, $6.15: sc, $6.23; 3s,
rellow cooking oil, 56c per gallon: white
*c per gallon; salsd oil, 63c per
>ml« Pure Lard. If. A L. brand—Tierces,
13c; cans. 1 to a case. $6.63; 4 to a ca«e,
$Hr.7'i; large tins. 6 to a case, $8.25: medium.
12 to n asc, $8.33; small. 20 to a esse, $8.40.
is < ouipound I.anl. H. H. brand —
.us, 1 to a case, $4.03; 4 to a
■•ase. $7..",0: tins. 0 to s case, $5.85; 325, $5.93
I"r case; 20s. $6 per case; M. & L. salad oil,
ssls, 63c; M. A L. cooking oil, 60c for
white and 58c for yellow; Blscola, tierces. 11 Vie;
I! 7 ,.'; half bbls. 11% c; cases. $7.50.
Beef—Extra family, family and mess beef, $_-
I- r hbl.
rork—fTxtra prime In barrels, $21; pig pork.
$-6: pigs' feet, $5.50 for bslf bbls, $2.25 for 2j
lb kegs and $1.50 for kits.
Meat Market
leers are a little easier than they
week ago. receipts having increased sufn
to warrant shading prices st the slaughter
The market nmslns firm, however, with
prime atock keeping well closed out Of first
hand*. Live bogs are firmer and a quarter of a
"•' higher for light and medium weights, owing
reased arrivals.
terers' rates to dealers and butchers are
ss follows;
-e*f--lls_ll%c p rr )b for steers, lOVi'SHc
. beTfcn.
_1_ :i 5 for Urge and 12**4ei3V4c for
"wL. ______
** \\i thers jfifrillc; ewes, 9610 c.
f>«njb*--i2V<i®l3i..c per lb. s
*"-<.'s_ed Pork (per" lb)—lo*tfl_c
The following quotations are for good, sound
livestock, delivered La Sau Francisco, gross
No. 1 steers, over 950 lbs 7fj?*£e per lb. un
der 150 ibs 6%@7e; second quality, all weights,
thin, undesirable steers, 4V_*JBc.
No. 1 cows aud heifers, H'jgjO'Jie; second qual
ity. -, i; in :,% c ; common to thin, uudesirable
cows, 4(ft.4V4c.
Desirable bulls and stags. 3!i(34V_c; half fat
or thin bulls, 2(<'3c.
Calves—Lightweight, per lb [email protected]; medium,
o', heavy. s©Bc.
Sheep—Desirable wetbers, unshorn, [email protected];
ewes, 4s_tf4Uc; shorn sheep, V_c to ")_c less.
Yearling lambs, (!*_,«Ue p*'f ->■
Hogs—Hard grain fed, weighing 100 to 150
!l»s, 7-Vi7t_c; 100 to 250 lbs, 7Vic; MO lbs aud
up, 9%A
Wholesale Fish Market
The supply of fish in the market continues
rather light, and the variety is limited. Her
rings and crawfish are slightly higher.
Prices (per lh'l—Salmon, 15c; spring salmon,
17c: halibut, 13c; codfish, 8c; red rock. 10c;
black rock, —; yellow tail, —: barracuda, 10c;
sand dubs, 8c; soles, 7c; kingflsh, 7c: carp, sc;
Smelts. 1214 c; silver smelts. 10c; herrings. 6c;
tomcods, 10c: strlred bass. 15c; perch. —; mack
erel, —j white bait, —: shad, Oe; pike, —; cat
fish, 12t_c; crawfish, 26c.
The above quotations represent f. o. b. prices
for cleaned fish, boxed and iced.
Batter, Cheese and _gK-
The expected decline ln the egg market, that
was postponed for some reason or other on
Monday, occurred yesterday, and nil grades sold
off sharply, the decline being 2*-_c ln extras
and 2c in firsts *nd selected pullets. Receipts,
compared with those of the preceding day,
showed an Increase of approximately 500 cases
and this was sufficient to bring al>out a gen
eral movement to get from under. Toere
were no shipping orders in the market and
the increased arrivals were regarded as an
indication that the previous high prices had
checked shipments from primary jiolnts to out
side markets. Yesterday's drop was generally
believed to be a forenmuer of further declines,
and for that reason uo one wanted to buy
much of anything on the exchange. A few
small sales of extras was enough to put the
price of that grade down, while the new
quotations for the cheaper sorts were estab
lished by offer* to sell. Butter remained very
firm with the arrivals, which were liberal,
going into consumption almost as fast as re
ceived, cheese, too, remained steady to firm
at the old quotations.
Sales on the exchange were as follows:
Butter—lo cases of firsts at 33c a pound.
Cheese—2s new fancy Young Americas at 18c
a pound.
Eggs—4o cases of extras at 26Hc a dozen.
Receipts were 105.500 pounds of butter, 8,500
pounds of cheese and 1,745 cases of eggs.
The following are the official quotations estab
lished by sales, bids and offers on the floor of the
Dairy exchange. Prices iv the street, while gov
erned by the exchange quotations, generally
range from to 2'_<' higher, owing to the
various charges to be added:
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3 3 O B 9 3
15 IJ KS »i >3 ti
i: ■ — ci -I oo
The average quotation for extra butter for the
week ended Saturday, January 25, was 36 3-12 c
per pound.
Cheese—Fancy California flats, 17c per lb,
steady; do firsts, 14c, firm; do secouds, 12*>_c,
firm; fancy Young Americas, 18c, firm; do
firsts, 16c. firm; Oregon flats, 17c, steady; do
Young Americas, ISc. firm; New York fancy, 20
@20V_c, steady: Wisconsin fancy, IDVfjC, steady.
Eggs—California fresh, per dozen, cases In
<1 «H
— |S
a _
;3 £3
«-. —i
P -
5 3

Extras |28%cl*MHoj*le i29c
Firsts 2Tc 2_V$c 28%c 27c
Sel'ted pullets;27e i28t£e2K*"
Storage extrasJ20c |20c 20c f_0c
20c 26V.C
27c 25c
27c 2S'y_c
Portland Batter Market
PORTLAND. Jan. 2S.—Butter—City and coun
try creamery extras, solid pack, 37 VjC.
Ess; Market ln Nearby Counties
PETALUMA. Jan. 28—The egg market dis
played considerable weakness today and after
receipt of trausactlons of the San Francisco
Dairy and Egg exchange, prices dropped 2'; C.
Independent dealers and speculators paid off for
yesterday's delivery tit the rate of 25c for
extra ranch, and 23c for selected pullfts*. The
delivery was heavier than for some time past.
SANTA ROSA. Jan. 28.—There was a slump Ot
2c in the local egg market today. On receipt of
advices showing the morning transactions on the
San Francisco Dairy Produce an.] Egg exchange
the local dealers quoted 24"v'.to;2."jc a dozen for
first grade and 23t_c a dozen for second or pullet
grade eggs delivered yesterday. The production
is not sufficiently heavy at this* time to war
rant aucb low prices, but it Is asserted that the
large amount of eggs ln cold storage causes the
packers to force the marks* with them, keeping
prices far below the average for this season.
SANTA CRUZ, Jan. 28.—There were only
slight changes in egg quotations today. Firsts
still bring a dozen aud poultry men report
a heavy demand for them. Seconds are strong
at 25V_c.
Potatoes, Onions aud Vegetable*
Celery is the most-plentiful article on the list
of vegetables at the moment, liberal shipments
from the river districts during the last few days
having filled the market up. As a resnlt of the
heavy arrivals prices are easy, with $2.50 a crate
a top price with most sellers, although some ex
tra large packages of first class stock are held at
a premium. Southern vegetables, including let
tuce, are in limited supply, with anything grad
ing as choice finding quick sale at high prices.
Five more hampers of string beans and a crate of
eggplant came ln from Florida yesterday. The
former were quoted at 45 @ 50c a pound, and the
eggplant sold at 14ft Four boxes of forced growth
asparagus, three of which were received by one
bouse, came In from the river. One box of
strictly choice "grass" found a buyer at 70c a
pound, and prices for the other three ranged
from 20c to 40c. Potatoes and onions stood as
before quoted, tbe market bring very quiet, with
the demand limited in all quarters.
Potatoes (per ctl I—River Bnrbunks, 40c3!50o:
Salinas do, $1 fa 1.35; Oregon do, S3c(gsl; sweet
potatoes. $1.85_.2.
Onions (per ctl) —■Yellow, B©t"Bssc.
Vegetables—Green peas, 10(fil7'-c per lb: Mex
ican tomatoes, $1.40ftt1.05 per box; cucumbers,
$2fr*2.50 per box: garlic. _us_ per lb; cabbage.
50c per ctl: cauliflower, 90c**.$l per dosen: green
peppers. 6(cißc per lb for large and [email protected] for
small; Mexican peppers. fcttlOc per lb: carrots.
75c per sack; celery, $1.7502.50 for large and
7." eft $1.20 for small crates; lettuce. $1,504*2 I 1'""
crate for southern; sprouts. [email protected]%C per lb; arti
chokes, 75cQ$l_25 per dozen; mushrooms, S'i<;.'<>e
per lb; rhubarb, Org"** per lb; eggplant,. 15c per
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits
While business In oranges and apples has
occasional spurts of activity, the market on the
whole is slow te respond to the Improved
weather conditions, according to a majority of
the trade, and prices stand about the same
as quoted for the last week or so. The mar
ket is filled up with oranges, both sound and
otherwise, while stocks of apples are as burden
some as ever. Thus far the efforts of sellers
to market frosted oranges have not met with
much success. Lemons are strongly held and
a noteworthy feature of the market Is the firm
ness In lemonettes, the designation given very
small sized fruit. Owing to the frost damage
and the scarcity of Mexican limes, this small
fruit, which formerly sold at about $1.50 a box
at this time of the year, is now bringing $o<s
6.50, and tbe supply is light at these prices.
Tropical fruits arc ln free supply with prices
showing hardly any change from day to dsy.
Apples (per box)— Fancy 4 tier reds, 70c<3$l,
with some selected bringing [email protected]; 4 tier
red pearmains, 4o<"§Hoc; bellflower, 05c'a($l for
3% and 4 tier and [email protected] for 4% tier; Green
ings, 00(3,750; while winter pearmalus. 75'a.yOc;
Newtown pippins, 85c(_.$l for 4 tier and 50(8«3c
for 4Vi tier: common to choice fruit, [email protected];
lady apples, OOcr/TJI per box.
Pears (per box)— Winter Nellls, $2^2.50.
Citrus Fruit (per box)— Navel oranges, $2
for fancy, for choice, aud $1.25«0
1.50 for standard; frosted oranges, BOC®$l;
tangerines, $2 for standard boxes, $2(ft2.50 for
choice and $lfgi.2s for common; seedless grape
fruit, [email protected]; lemons. $s'?}7; lemonettes,
$6 to 6 50; Mexican limes, nominal.
Tropical Fruits—Pauaras, 3'<i3Vic per lb for
Mexican- $l(gl.-"0 per bunch for Hawaiian and
t%e*%e per lb for Central American; pine-
{&3 per dozen.
Dried Fruit, Ratatnx, ■?«_■* and Honey
Sauta Clara pruue.s are quoted at 3c a pound
on a four size basis for small sizes, and outside
fruit Is, as usual, selling for ', 4 c'less. The high
prices for the large sizes and the low rates asked
for small fruit have brought about a better de
mand for the latter, with large handlers report
ing more inquiry from the east and from Europe.
In fact prunes are showing more life than sny
thing else on the list at the moment. Evapo
rated apples are week, with all grades half a
Ce pruiies—l*Bl2 crop: Santa Cl*ra, 3c per lb,
with outside prunes *.c less; 50s are *v_c, 40s to
50s l>/.c and 30s .''*_'• higher.
Other fruits, 1912 nop:
Stand- • Extra
r.O lb boxes— ard Choice Choice Fsncy
Evaporated apples pWc s**c 6c
AnriVots B%c "We
Caches f* r,1 * c r **i c fi X«
_4*rs *„C 9%e 7*_c ft*4c
Nectarines *»« te c^c
Raisins—At sweaUbox. 2%c per lb to mowers;
lowe muscatel. 3'/i__4c and 4%c for 2. 3 and 4
crown, 3 and 4 crown layers, 95c,
$1 and $1.25, respectively; 5 crown Dehesa clus
tars**l 70: 6 crown Imperials. $2.20; seeded 1
lb boxes, 5%e for fsncy snd 4c for choice. with
the usual differential for 12 os boxes; seedless
50s sc; do Thompson. 6c for unbleached
$£"& the tradel-Ital.an
Wans. 17® 18c; filberts. 13®
i _•• neanuts sfaoc; plnermts, 12** a 14c.
' Almonds-Noupareils, [email protected]_c; I
XI 16c* Ne Plus Ultra, 14V,@15c; Drakes.
ni/c- Languedocs. 12'/_c; walnuts, f. o. b. shlp
plug points! No. 1 .ofuliell, 16c; do _arde_ell r
No. 2 hard and soft ihell, 10% c; bud
ded, 17c.
Honey—Fanry water white comb, 15t_(?**H6c'
dark to amber, 13%01_&c; river comb, 11<_1
12V_c; white extracted. _<gS'4c per lb; light
amber. 7"-_<_fSe; amber, GV_"_7c; lower grades,
3 in i!'..f per lb.
Beeswax—[email protected] per lb for light and [email protected]
20c for dark.
Poultry and tJnme
Thus far this week six cars of eastern poultry,
lucludlng what was held over from last week,
have been marketed. This Imported stock con
sists largely of hens, and as the supply Is far in
excess of requirements prices are weak, with all
receivers willing to make round concessions to
( ffect clearances. Roosters and all kinds of young
stock are in limited supply and keep closely
cleaned up from day to day, with buyers willing
ly paying high prices and occasionally a premium
for desirable offerings. Pressed turkeys are com
mencing to come In "grassy," and as a conse
quence prices are lower than they were a week
ago, although there Is still a good demand for
strictly prime young birds. Wild geese and hare
are In good demand at firm prices.
Poultry (per dozen) —Hens. $4r&5 for small, $«
<*qi7.50 for large and [email protected] for extra; young
roosters, $7.50(55.50; do extra. $9.50<81O; old
roosters. $4.."0<-■,."".; fryers. $6fd7; broilers. $4.60*3
5 for large and [email protected] for small; ducks. $sft_i7 for
old and [email protected] for young: geese, per pair;
pigeons, $1.30<8H.75; squabs. $2.so<a'*\so; dressed
turkeys, 20*j 24c per lb; live, nominal; Belgian
hare*. $4fa,B per dozen.
Game (per dozen)— Hare, $2.7*5418; gray geese.
$5®T; brant. $3©4.50: white geese. $2.50<53.50;
honkers, $7<S9. Wild ducks are nominal, as deal
ers are unable to dispose of them satisfactorily
owing to the rigid enforcement of the game laws.
Beans, Seeds nnd Hop-
There is a fair Shipping Inquiry for most de
scriptions of beans, aud prices for everything on
the list remain steady to firm.
Beans (per ctl) —Lima. $5.50£5.00: bayos. $3.33
fftZ.49; large white $4.2*J(»4.33: small white,
[email protected]; pink. $3.70_3.00: cranberry, $4.75ift)
5; blackeve. red. [email protected]; red kid
ney. $4tfr4.20; garvanzas, [email protected]; horse beans,
Seeds—Mustard, --; flaxseed. $3.85 per ctl; ca
nary, 3%(34c per lb: alfalfa. 10<ij!l8c; rape, IV,
«*s2Hc; tlmothr, nominal; .hemp. 3V_c; millet, 2%
Dried Peas—Green, $3<ft"J.2o per ctl.
Hops— California. 1912 crop, 20c per lb for
choice, 15c for medium and 12V_c for common.
Floor and Farinaceous Goods
Klonr (net per bbl) —California family extras,
*s.Co<_6: do bakers* extras. $4.00(j$. r >.2o; super
fine. $3.90(«:4.10: Washington family patents,
$4.90; do bakers' patents, $4.70; Dakota pat
ents, $0.40(87.40; Kansas patent*, $0<§:6.23.
Farinaceous Goods—ln 10 pound sacks are
Hooted as follows per 100 lb»: Graham flour.
$2.00; entire wheat flour, $3; buckwheat flour,
$5; self-rising buckwheat flour, $5.50; wheat
meal. $4; rice flour. $0.50; rye flour. $3.70;
rye meal, $3.60; corn meal, yellow and white,
$3.20; extra do, $3.50; oat groats. $4.60; buck
wheat groats, $8.80; hominy. $3.70; cracked
wheat. $3.90: farina, $4.10: pearl barley, $5.50
®fi; split peas, $6 for yellow and $7.50 for
green. In 25 lb sacks 10c lower for all, and 20c
lower for 50 lb sacks.
Hay and Feedntaffs
Somers & Co.. ln their weekly review of the
hay situation, say:
•'Receipt* of fc»y continue light, but 1.579
tons arriving during the week, which is prac
tically the same amount as was marketed last
week. The local demand has been so light
that concessions in prices have had to be made
In order to dispose of this »mall quantity of
hay. Tbe market, therefore, la lower, espe
cially for tbe better grades.
•There Is practically no hay being shipped
out of this port, either coastwise or foreign and,
therefore, everything which come* to market
must be consumed locally. This fact, of
course, curtails the San I"rancisco hay business
materially. Some little hay conltnues to move
throughout the interior and to southern Cali.
fornla. but this demand I* far from being suf
ficient to maintain a firm market ln this sec
"Although stocks in storage in our regular
hay districts are comparatively light and are
held ln firm hands, there are many small lots
scattered throughout the state Which aggregate
a considerable quantity. These lots *re being
offered rather freely, whereas, If the recent rain
had not come, they never would have been of
fered for sale. The prospect for green feed
In'the near future is a factor, tending to weaken
tbe situation, and when we- consider that In
about three months new hay will be available,
we think that the market will be no higher
than it Is at the present time: this, of course,
providing that we have our normal spring
Feedstuffs (per ton)— Bran, $24(g2.">: shorts,
[email protected]; middlings, $31*g33; rolled bar
ley, $25.50_.31: rolled oats for feed. $41(842;
cornmeal. $33535: cracked corn, $33*835; chopped
feed, $19®2."; evergreen chop feed, $21 In car
lots and $23 for jobbing; oilcake meal, 20 ton
lots $39.50. 10 tou lots $40, 5 ton lots $40.50,
small lots $41: cocoanut cake or meal at mills,
$27.50 for 10. $28 for 5 ton lots and $28.50 for
small lots; alfalfa meal, carload lots $15.50,
jobbing $19.50: Eureka meal, carload lots $21.50,
jobbing $23; vigorator. per ton, $22.
Hay (tier ton)— Fancy wheat hay, $23.50:
No. 1 wheat and wheat and oat. [email protected]; good
to choice do, $lH(ffi,2o; lower grades
barley _nd oat, $ißfa!l9; choice tame oat. %2\%
22; other do. wild oat. [email protected];
stock hay, alfalfa, $12.50015.50.
Straw—4o*2"sc per bale.
Hides, Tallow, Greaae and Wool
Hides —Culls and brands sell about '-.©lc un
der quotations. Heavy and medium salted steers,
134i14c: light, cowhides. 12M,®
13V4e; stags, 9c; salted kip, 14019 c; salted veal
and salted calf, 16>,4®17*v'_c; dry hides. 23®
24Vic; murrain, 23c: dry calf and veal, 27®28e;
dry kip, 22fa.24c; dry stags, 15®36c; sheepskins,
abort wool, 25<g,50c; medium. 50*3800; long wool,
Soc®sl.ls; lambs, [email protected] for long and 20®35e
for short wool; shearlings, 20®25c for No. 1
and 10c for No. 2: horsehldes, salt, $2.7541 for
large prime and $2.25®2.50 for No. 1; medium.
$1.75(0,2; small. 75cr<i$1.25; colts, 25(<if50c: borse
htdes. dry. $_.25®3 for large and $1,504*2 for
medium, 75c®51.25 for small and 25®50c for
colts: goatskins, prime angoras, 73e®$l; medium.
35® 50c; long hair goats, 25c; medium, 20c; kids,
Tallow—No. 1 rendered, bbls, [email protected]* i / _e; cans
and drums, 3UQOC.
Crease—2®3c per lb.
Wool—Fall clip, Mendocino and Humboldt, 10
'312 c; middle counties, northern. 9®lle; San
Joaquin, 6®Sc; mohair, good quality, 20(gi27 , / <jc
per lb.
Hot-ch and Mules
The following quotations for horses and mules
are furnished by tbe Butchers' and Stock Grow
ers' Journal:
Desirable drafters, 1.700 lbs and over. .$300®350
Light drafters, 1,550 to 1,650 lbs .. 250®285
(hunks, 1.350 lbs to 1,300 lbs _00®250
Wagon horses, 1.250 to 1.350 lbs 180®„.'>
Delivery wagon horses. 1,030 to 1,250.. 133® 150
Desirable farm mares 100®125
Farm workers 75®100
950 lbs, 4 to 7 years $75® 125
1.000 lbs, 4to 7 years 125® 175
1,100 lbs, 4 to 7 years 150®200
1,200 Ibs, 4 to 7 years 200®250
Over 7 years old range from $15 to $25 lower.
Note —Shippers to this market must have horses
close to type, with sge, bone conformation and
style, to command extreme quotations.
General Merchandise
Bags—Standard Calcutta grain bags,
on tli* spot snd 9%c for June-July delivery; San
Quentin, B>_c; wool bags, 47 "■•:_« for 4 nnd 45Vic
for o'/_ lbs; fleece twine, OtJiOVic per lb; bean
bars, B%e.
Oil (quotations are for barrels) —Linseed, 55c
per'gallon for boiled and 53c for raw, 9 bbl lots
lc less, cases 5c more: Baker's AA castor, cases,
5 gallons $1.11, 10 gallons $1.09; commercial
castor, in cases, 90c; China nut, cases, 7*[email protected]
per gallon; cocoanut oil, in barrels, 77</_f<tßlc for
XXX. 70(378J4c for No. 1 and 72Gg70c for No. 2,
according to quantity: extra bleached winter
sperm oil, 80c; natgral winter sperm oil, 8(>c;
pure lard oil, 85c; winter strained lard oil, 75c;
Eure neatsfoot oil, Ssc; No. 1 neatsfoot oil. 05c;
erring oil. 40c; boiled fish oil, 40c; paint oil,
Goal Oil, Gasoline, etc.—Water white, Iron
barrels or drums. BV_c; 150 degree oil. Iron bar
rels or drums, 9%c : In cases, 16*>4c; special do,
10% c; pearl oil. In cases, 15'« c; astral, lo'.e;
star. 15>4c; extra star. 18«4c; Elaine, 2«c;
eocene, 18i£c; red crown and motor gasoline, la
bulk 16V_c. In cases 23V_c; engine distillate, In
drums Be, in capes 7c more; gas machine gaso
line. Id bulk -4%c, in cases 42c; varnish makers'
and painters' naptba, in bulk ir»V->**, tv cases
I\irpe'itlne—ln cases, 64c : 10 case lots lc less;
drums ;md Iron barrels, 57c; Aroturps, case 30c,
Iron bands or drume -Co per gallon.
Rosin—F, 110.29; G $10.30; H. $10.35; I,
$10.40; X, $10.60; WG, $11.10 per barrel of
2SO pounds.
Bed and White Lead—Red, 8(g8Uc; white,
7*iQß*sic per lb; do ln o and 10 ton lots, 7Vi
and 7Uc. respectively.
Pacific Codfish—The Union Fish company
quotes as follows: Bundles, small whole, 100 lb
bales, 4*>£e; cases regular, large, whole, 100 llj
bales, 4V_c; cas*es regular, large, jvhole, 100 lb
boxes, Gc; ensest extra, 100 lb boxes, GVfcc; cases,
eastern styles. 7%c: Anchor brand, 7c; narrow
gauge, 7Vf,c; Silver King Oe; Golden State,
White Seal, middles, ll<§liy_c; geabrlght blocks,
8c; orleutal blocks, Crown brand, tablets,
pearl tablets, 9*-*<_e; 5 lb boxes fancy bone
less, lie; 2 lb boxes fancy boneless, 12c; half
bbls pickled cod, $0 each; Alaska red salmon,
half bbls, $8 each.
Cordage—Manila, 8c: sisal, 7c; K |_l bale rr) pe,
S*4e per lb; mantla bale rope, Sc per lb net
cash, no discount.
Quicksilver—[email protected]
Coal (per ton of 2.000 lbs)—Pennsylvania an
thracite egg, $16; Wellington, 18; New Wel
lington, $8; Australian house, $8; rail coals
$0(910; Cumberland, $15 in hulk and $16.50 ln
sacks; coke. $1", In bulk and $17 In sacks.
All grsdes of refined sugar were marked down
20c 100 pounds by local refiners yesterday, fol
lowing a decline In the east. The decline,"which
is the second announced this month, brings the
bssis price for cane granulsted down to $4.70
10O» pounds.
Tbe Western Sugar Refining Company quotes as
follows, net cash: Fine granulated, 4.70 c; cau
ners' granulsted, 4.70 c; fruit granulated, 4.70 c;
11. & E. crystal dotnlnos, 5 lb cartons in cases,
8.50 c; do 2 lb cartons ln cases, 9c; monarch bar,
5.05 c; tablets, In half bbls. 5.20 c; do In 25 lb
boxes, 5.45 c: cubes, 4.95 c; monarch powdered,
4.80 c; XXXX powdered, 4.80 c; candy granulated,
..boo; confectioners' A, 4.70 c; best granulated,
4.50 c; extra C. 4.20 c; golden C, 4.10 c; D. 4c.
Barrels and 50 lb bags 10c, half barrel* 25c,
boxes 50c more per 100 pounds than for bags of
100 lbs net. Bar ln 35 and 40 lb tins $1.70 more,
in 8 and 10 lb tins $2.35 more per 100 lbs than
the price for this grade ln 100 lb bags.
The California aud Hawaiian Sugar Refining
company quotes as follows: Granulated basis.
4.70 c; C. & H. fine standard. 4.70 c; coarse dry
granulated. 4.70 c; confectioners* A, 4.70 c; berry,
4.70 c; powdered, 4.80 c; cubes. 4.95 c; "Higrade"
bar, 5.05 c; bricks (In half bbls), 5.20 c; bricks
(in 23 lb boxes i. 5.45 c; 11. & E. crystal domicos
(5 lb cartons iv cases), 8.50 c; do (2 lb cartons
in cases), 9c: extra fine dry granulated (100 lb
bags only), 4.50 c; extra C. 4.20 c; goldeu C,
4.10 c; yellow D, 4c. Additional per 100 lbs:
In bbls aud 50 lb bags, 10c more; half bbls, 25c
more; boxes, 50c more for all grades. Bar ln
35 and 40 lb tins, $1.70 more; in 10 lb tins, $2.35
more. Minimum order, carload weight.
New York Produce
NEW YORK. Jan. 28.—Hops—Quiet.
Sugar—Raw, steady. Muscovado, 89 test.
2.95 c; centrifugal, 96 test, 3.45 c; molasses, .so
test, 2.70 c: refined, easy; cutloaf, 5.15 c; crushed.
5.05 c: mould A, __1.70 c; cubes, 4.00 c; XXXX
powdered, 4.50 c; *flowdered, 4.40 c; fine granu
lated, 4.35 c; diamond A, 4.33 c; confectioners'
A 2. 4.20 c; No. 1, 4.10 c.
Butter—steady. Imitation creamery firsts,
24_f25c; factory held, [email protected]
Cheese—lrregular. State whole milk held,
white or colored, average fancy, 18%©17*s4c;
do under grades, 14©10 c.
Eggs—lrregular. Refrigerator firsts. 13^@
19V_c; western gathered, whites, [email protected]
Evaporated apples—Quiet.
Apricots and peaches—Quiet.
ChicaKo I'roduee Market
CHICAGO. Jan. 28.—Butter—Firm. Cream
eries, 24©34 c. t
Ecgs—Steadv; receipts, 4.780 cases. At mark,
cases included, fresh, 19«<_.21c; refrigerator,
firsts. 16©l6M!c; firsts, 22©22% c.
Los Angreles Prodnce Market
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
LOS ANGKLISS, Jan. 28.—Receipt* of produce
on the I/is Angeles market today were 160 cases;
butter, 31,753 pounds; cheese. 347 pounds; pota
toes. 7,134 sacks; oulods, 5 sacks; beans, 350
sacks; sweet potatoes, 37 sacks; apples, 2,700
boxes. «-
Two cars of northern potatoes were among the
arrivals at the produce market this morning.
Tula quality of potato is attracting much atten
tion owing to tie cheapness in price, the best
and choicest quality selling at 85cCq)$1 a sack.
Another drop In eggs was tho feature of this
morning's market. Candled stock dropped 3c,
causing many rumors around the market. But
ter was very firm. At this date butter is tbe
highest that the market has ever witnessed dur
ing this time of the year. It is now selling at
40c a pound.
Butter —Prices to the trade 3c above quota
tions: California creamery extra, 40c per lb;
creamery firsts, 32^_c.
Eggs per dojten—Local ranch candled, 32c;
case counts. 31c : pullets, 22c; northern case
count. 31&35 C.
Cheese, per lb—Northern fresh, [email protected];
eastern singles, 20c; eastern twins, 20c; eastern
Cheddars, 21c; eastern long horns, [email protected]*; Ore
gon daisies, 19c; eastern daisies, 10c; swiss im
ported. 33c: swiss domestic block, 23c; Roque
fort, 45c; cream brick. 21c; Umburger. 22©23 c.
Edam, [email protected] per dozen.
Beaus. per ctl—No. 1 pinks. No.
1 lima. $0<®6.25; Lady Washington No. 2, $4.85
©5; small whites, $4.8505; garvanza, $4.50;
lentils. $6.50©7; bavos, [email protected]>; Mexican reds,
$4.50; black eyes, $4; green, wax aud lima. [email protected]
15c per pound.
Potatoes, per ctl—Highland, [email protected]$l; sweets,
new yellow, $2.25- local Burbanks, So©9oc: Ore
gon, [email protected]; 'Salinas, [email protected]; Lompoc,
$1.40© 1.50.
Llvestock Market
CHICAGO, Jan. 28.—Cattle—Receipts, 4,500;
market, slow, steady. Beeves, [email protected]; Texas
steers, $4.G5®5.(*>-">: western steers, t3.504T.26';
stoekers and feeders, $4.80(37.45; cows and
heifers, $2.70*37.20; calves, $7<t_10.75.
Hogs—Recefpts, 23.000; market, strong to s<s
10c higher than Monday's average. Light.
mixed, $7.."*5ca7.07i< ! ; heavy. $7.20
(57.70; rough. $7.20®7.40; pigs, $3.75(37.40;
bulk, $7.50457.-5.
Sheep—Receipts, 16,000: market, dull to 40c
lower than last week's close. Native, $4,606$
G; western, $4.75&6: yearlings, [email protected];
lambs, native, $6.50ref,5.03; western, $6.50(1.8.65.
KANSAS CITY, Jau. 28.—Cattle—Receipts.
11,000, including 400 southerns; market, steady.
Native steers. $0.80rg5.25: southern steers, $5.75
@7.30; southern cows and heifers. [email protected]:
native cows and heifers, $3.73®7.50; stoekers
and feeders, $5.75(37.30; bulls, $5(36-25; calves,"
$6.50f310.10; western steers, [email protected]; western
cows, $3.75 Cn, 6.50.
1R.00O; market, 5c to 10c
higher. Bulk of sales, $7.35i37.46; heavy, $7.40
®7.50: packers and buteuers, [email protected]; light,
[email protected]; pigs, 06.2*5©7.
Sheep—Receipts, 5,000; market, 10c to 15c
lower. Muttons, $4"t'5.75; Colorado lambs,
$8.25ftp5.50; range wethers and yearlings, $5.25
ti.7.50; range ewes. f3.30'ii5.25.
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 28.—Cattle— Receipts.
5.200; market, steady. Native steers, $6.40f3
8.40; cows and heifers, $3.50(37: western steers,
$.-..'504_,8; Texas steers. $4.C"ftj6.20; cows and
heifers, 99.Zf16i0.90; calves, $ .(§9.
Hogs—Receipts, 16.500; market, 5c to 10c
higher. Heavy, $7.23(37.40; light, $7.10®7.35:
pigs, $5.75-?s7: bulk of sales. [email protected]
Slieep—Receipts, 10,000: market, slow. 10c to
23c lower. Yearlings, $7(37.73; wethera, $3<3
6; lambs, $7.75f_8.40.
PORTLAND, Jan. 28.—Cattle—Receipts, 100;
market, firm. Choice steers, $7.3o<g:S; good
steers, $7(37.30; medium steers, $6.50'3<.15;
chclce cows, $6.50(87.15; good cows, $6&6.50;
medium cows, $5.50(816; choice calves, $8(0.9;
good, heavy calves. $0.50(37.50; bulls, $3(35.50.
Hogs—Recetpts, 100; market, steady. Light.
$7.50(37.85; heavy, [email protected]
Sheep—Receipts. 300; market, steady. Year
ling wethers, ewes, $4(35.30; lambs,
Cotton Market
NEW YORK, Jan. 28.— E. F. Hutton A Co.'s
wire says:
'•Bullish cables and steady southern spot mar
kets brought ln some good buying early, but
Wall street and local traders supplied the de
mand freely and the market gave every Indica
tion of lapsing Into dullness. Heavy buying de
veloped In the late afternoon, however, for both
long and short account, aud a sharp rally re
sulted. Trading was narrow as a rule, though
there were fitful spurts, which suggested an nn
dereujrent of nervousness. Receipts are ruining
on a disturbingly light scale at the moment and
dry goods trade advices show continued strength."
Spot closed steady, 10 points up. Middling
uplands. 1_.15c; do gulf, 13.40 c. Sales, 000
Option Open High low Closp Jan. 27 Ago
Jan .... 12.70 c 12.80 c 12.00 c _.7»c 12.70 c 9.35 c
Feb. l.'.3Sc 12.28 c 0.37 c
March .. _.85c 12.44 c 12.26 c 12.40 c 12.30 c 9.42 c
April 12.23 c 12.13 c 9.50 c
May 12.18 c 12.32 c 12.14 c 12.27 c 12.15 c 9.58 c
June 12.17 c 12.00 c 0.64 c
July 12.11 c 12,25 c 12.06 c 12.22 c 12.06e f>.7le
Aug 11.98 c 12.10 c 11.98 c 12.00 c 11.94 c 9.74 c
Sept 11.60 c 11.47 c 9.73 c
Oct 11.43e 11.55 c 11.42e 11.53 c 11.40 c 9.81 c
Dec 11.43 c 11.54 c 11.43 c 11.54 c 11.44 c 9.89 c
Liverpool Cottoa Market
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 28.—Cotton—Spot, quiet;
prices, steady.
Census Bureau Haters Report
WASHINGTON. Jan. 28.—LInters, obtained by
reglnnlng cottonseed from the crop of 1912 prior
to January 1, 1913, amounted to 336.074 bales,
the census bureau announced today. The estab
lishments engaged ln crushing cottonseed during
that time was 845 and the quantity of see
crusbed amounted to 2,761,394 tons. In Texas '
rt-7,806 bales of llnters were obtained and 901,
--870 tons of seed were crushed.
Boston "Wool Market
BOSTON, Jan. 28.—The cleanup of the 1912
domestic wool clip continues, with values hold
ing steady and comparatively light sales ex
cept in new fall Texas stock.
Some Inquiry la reported In nearby fleece* and
an ordinary business is being transacted In
territory wool. Very little bidding for the
uew clip Is reported In the west. Quotations
range as follows:
Ohio aud Pennsylvania fleeces—Delaine washed,
34c: XX. 32c; unwashed, [email protected]' / _c; fine, un
waahed, 24e.
Missouri—Three-elgli ths blood, 30<&31c; one
quarter blood, 30<331c.
Scoured basis:
Texas—Fine. 6 to 8 months. 55(g,57c: fine, 12
months. 63C<_564c; fine fall. 4gߧoc.
California—Northern. [email protected]; middle county,
50®52c; southern. 4Sfg.4De; fall free. 4Srt|3oc.
Oregon-— Eastern No. 1 staple, 63Q65e; eastern •
clothing, one: valley No. 1. Me.
Territory—Fine, staple, [email protected]: fine, medium |
staple, 63c: fine, clothing, 00(361e; fine me
dium clothing, 57<jf58c; half blood combing.
Gogs6lc; three-eighths blood combing, [email protected];
one-quarter blood combing, 53®55c.
Pullsd—AA, [email protected]; A supers, 54^58c.
dt. Louis Wool Market
ST. LOI'IS. Jan. 28.— Wool—Steady. Medium
grades, combing and clothing. 23V_ffi!26c; light,
line. 1!>("_J21c; heavy fine, [email protected]; tub washed,
[email protected]
London Wool Salea
LONDON, Jan. 28.'—The wool auction sales
were continued today with offerings of 10.663
hales. The large selection was in good condition
and the sale was brisk at firm prices. Scoured
merinos were strong and New South Wales sold
at 2s Jk'-.d and Victorian at 2s Od, while some
greasy Drought Is 7V»d.
New York Coffee Market
NEW YORK, Jan. 28.— E. F. Hutton & Co.'s
wire says:
"Our market began today under dlsappointlne:
cahlea from both Hamburg aad Havre. Br*«tl
sent firm offers. Santos agents here are heeotn
frag very much chagrined over their inability to
sell coffees even at the lower levels. It Is under
stood that one of tbe larger roasters, who is also
a distributer of green caffee*. today reduced the
price live-eighths of a cent an Santos fours. All
Warehouseman's Sale
The following property will be 6old at public
auction for the account of the Southern Pacific
Co., and of whom it may concern, beginning
At 10 o'clock a. m.. and continuing at tbe same
hour dally until the sale baa been completed, at
Occidental Warehouse
Where said goods are beld and stored, to pay
freight, storage and other lawful charges thereon.
Dv Piie Warehouse Co.
Consisting of machinery, glassware, household
goods, stoves, wines. Ib.uorß, cigars, showcases,
personsl effects, stationery, shoes, sewing ma
chines, books, hardware, stock food, pipe, build
ing material, soap, tools, piano, lire engine, auto
goods, glass and various other lots; also
3,000 Pieces of
"Unclaimed Baggage"
Consisting of trunks, suitcases, furs, valises, baby
carriages, bicycles, overcoat*, umbrellas, ate,
One Stevens-Duryea auto. 6 cyl.. 7 passenger; one
X M-F auto and delivery body; one 1912 foredoor
autor - J. W. SOUTHER, Auctioneer.
of these things together tend strongly toward
th* undoing of bull confidence. In fact, tbe cof
fee trade has become very pessimistic and speak
of the market as being 'sick.* There is an enor
mous short Interest Tn the market, beginning
with March and extending to September, which
at some time must assert Itself.'
Option— Open. High. Low. Close.
.THimary 12.95 c
February 12.90 c
March 13.13 c 13.16 c 13.10 c 13.12 c
April 13.20 c
May 13.40 c 13.41 c 13.34 c 13.5-C
June 13.44 c
July 13.66 c 13.5« c 13.50 c 13.52 c
August 13.80 c
September 13,65 c 13.71 c l_.«4c 13.68 c
October 13.63 c
November * 13.58 c
December 13.54 c 13.57 c 13.50 c 13.53 c
Sales, 82,500 bag*.
New York Metal Market
NEW YORK, Jan. 28.—Copper—Dull. Stand
ard, spot and January, 15.50 c bid: February,
15.50f« 15.00 c; March and April. 15.37tt (818.90 c;
electrolytic. 10.50 c; lake, IB.so<r<jltt.7..c; cast
ings. [email protected] Copper export* this month,
21,050 tons. T_>ndon copper steady; spot, „S 12a
Gd; futures, £01.
Tin—Firm. Spot. 49.00fg*j0c: January. 40.83(9
50c; February, 40.73fr*_50c. London tla Arm;
spot £227; futures, £224.
I-oad —Quiet at [email protected] London lead,
£10 1.-.s
Spelter—Easy at [email protected] London spelter,
£26 2s 6d.
Antimony—Nominal. Cookson's, 9.75 c.
Iron—Esay, unchanged. Cleveland warrants,
65s 3d in London.
Naval stores—Turpentine and Rosin
SAVANNAH, Oa., Jan. 28.—Turpentine— Firm
—~?.i":v":"":"" *" yi'.."i'""~*.v~"zr
_________■ _F Is I__ 11 __! I
Through the,
The ''Panama-Pacific" Express and
The «1»J5" Mall
Leave and are due to arrive Union
Ferry Depot from June 9, 1912
Leave Through Trains Arrive
• •.Ida Salt Lake. Denver, Omaha, Chicago,
Kansas City. St. Louis 8:46 p
7:30 p Salt Lake. Denver, Omaha, Chicago,
Kansas City. St. Louis 8:30 a
B:io a Sacramento 8:30 a
7:30p HÄ» » 8:46p
9:10 a Stockton' 8:30 a
4.10p do 10;t0a
7:80p do 8:48 p
Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars via
Denver & Rio Grande and Bnrllngton Ronte, via
Denver ft Rio Grande and Rock Island Lines, Tla
Denver A Rio Orande and Missouri Pacific.
Through Trains. Observation Cars, Dining Cars.
Blsctrlc Lights and Electric Fans.
Js2!_§*v Schedule Effective
Nov. 6, 1912
Saß f* rB,,c * l,co
7:4oa;Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healds-
I burg, Cloverdale, L'klah, Wll
llts, Longvale. ••Sebaatopol 7:03p
B:lsa!Souoma, Glen Ellen ft6:osp)
j ) t6:35p I
8:15 a Pt. Reyes. Camp Meeker. Monte jt6:33p 1
Rio. Duncan Mills. Caaadtro ls<:3sp.
8:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Ouerne
vllle, Monte Rio. Duncan Jf«:3sp)
Mills, Cazadero (leaves from (tT:35p.
Duncan Mills)
10:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healds
I burg -:05p
1:45p Petaluma. Santa Rosa. Otierne
vllle, Monte Bio, Duncan
Mills 10:38 a
12.*4f>p Pt, Reyes, Camp Meeker
8:15p Petaluma, Santa Roaa, Healds-
I burr Cloverdale. L'klah,
Willits, •Sebastopol ll:«Sa
4:4sp!Bonoma. Glen Ellen 9:35 a
s:lsp'Pet«luma, Santa Rosa. Realds-
1 burg ...■■... ft :03a
Sausalito, Mill Valley. San Rafael—Dally
every 30 minutes from 8:40 a. m. until 9:4*5
a. to.: hourly until 2:45 p. m.. then*'3:ls p. m.
and every SO minutes nut II 7:40 p. ni., then 9:15.
11:15 p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
Fairfax—Leaves t6:45. 7:15, 7:45, 8:13. 8:45,
0:15 8:45. 10:45, 11:45 a. ra.; 12:45. 1:46, 2:45.
3:15 3:45. 4:15. 4:45. 5:15. 5:45. 6:15. 6;_,
7:45! 9:15, 11:15 p. m.; 1*"-S0 a. m.
San Queuttn via San Rafael —Leave daily at
9:15 a. ni. and 1:45 p. m.
Tiburon and Belvedere —Daily every hoar from
6:45 a. ra. until 1:43 p. m.; then 3:13 p. ra. and
every hour until 6:15; then 7:43,9:13 and 11:15
p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
•Arrives daily 10:33 a. ta. »*Arrlv_s Sundays
7:05 p. m.. week days 6:35 p.m. tErcept Sun
days. JRundays only. .Saturdays only.
Red Line Transfer Company's sgents are au
thorized to cheek bagga.e direct frqrn residence.
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-»k..r Sasjlay Waeksay Sashay WaeMay S-ity
9:45* Is4F t 7:20* 11*50* 7:20* 10:40 a
f:4§* 9:46* 1:40*11*2:60* 1:40* 11:40
-• 4:45* 10*40* 2'4op I*so* m j:46* I:4Dp
11:46* 4:6.9 2:60* * 1:36* 2:___
1:46* 1:100 Hte
2:46* ...... 4:40* 4:40*
•Saturdaysonly, t Mondays only. Mt. Tamalpai* only.
(Sausalito Ferry—Tel. Kearny 4000
Ticket Offices . 687 Market—TeL Kearay 2751
(874Market-T«L Dourias 4407, a
General Office—Mill Valky. Cal. TeL MtfiVallsy Sob. 01
"I*n«rnfl'_iWj*'_»l"ll*lBt" artihriToraitasntai
Napa! S-T___u C_eJU
Mt _ye 740 «:48 a —, 1130. S_o. *06. 0:90 a. _
Do-US •_». Nwtfc EM *r_— Ba—feg
fr-MM-t 9mnr 40- Bsaa C 4706. _Mws> fis car_>
Office and Salesroom. Van Nes* at Sacramento.
Phone Franklin 2264. The old established
bouse of CURTIS —no connection with any
' '
jrv-. NEW YORK SALE STABLE, 4*l_-_
JrfJFZ 838-340 Fell St. J^\
New lot draft and wagon horses and mares,
percheron and shire stock, weight 1.300 to 1.750
pounds; young. *ountl, ready to work; some good
farm or contracting mares and horaea. JOS.
I.F.VY. phone Market 3877.
at [email protected]>ic. Sales. 420; receipts, 230; ship
ments. 857: stocks. 20.800.
Rosin—Firm. Sales, 1.000; receipts, 1,330:
shipments. 4.000: stocks, 127.000. Quote: A and
B, $4.95©5.60: C and D, $3.40©f1.63; E. $3.S3('t
5.90: F. $6.05Q0.10; (1, $6.10«6._0; H, $6.20; I.
$6.23; X, $6.50; M. $0.93; X, $7.06; WO, $7.15;
WW, $7.80.
Crude Oil Advance* *
PITTSRURO. Pa.. Jan. 28.— For tbe second
time this week several grades of crude oil -In
this market were advanced 7c a barrel today.
Tbe quotations are now: Pennsvlvanla crude,
$2.19; Newcastle and Corning. $1.72; Cabal 1.
$1.70; Somerset, $1.30. There was no change lv
Ragland at OSe.
Not since the days when oil was a favorite
speculation and fortunes were made over night,
has there been such a radical change In so
short a time. The impression prevailed among
oil men that the movement was not altogether
free from manipulation, alithough drastic condi
tions of supply and demand were recognized. It
Was maintained that as the price of crude ad
vanced the profitable operation of small Inde
pendent refineries became more difficult.
Reduction, ln Refined Sugar
NEW YORK, Jau. 28.—A1l giades of refined
sugar were reduced 10c per 100 pounds today.
The mother In law usually has a
good deal to Buy, but about al] the
poor old father in law has to do is to
pay the freight and say nothing-
_. ~~~
Lsavs (Foot of Market Street) . Arrive
(Subject to change without notice)
2.16* Nile*, Livermore, Tracy, Lsthrop,
Stockton, Lodi, Gait, Elk Grove,
Sacramento, Rose ville, Auburn, Colfax 10.40p
2.15* Sacramento. Marysville, Biggs, Chico. 10.40p
8.40* Richmond, Port Costa, Martinez,
Antioch, Byron Hot Springs, Tracy,
Patterson, Newman, Los Banos,
Ingle, Herman. Fresno I l.osp
8.40* San Lesadro, Hayward, Nile*, 3an
Joss 8.50p
7.00*, Th* Statesman—Richmond. Vallejo
Junction (Vallejo), Port Costa,
Benicia, Bui_un, Elmira, Davis,
Sacramento - • • 8.50p
7_ffl» Goldfield Pass.—Trucks*. Kasen. Wa
buska (Yerrington, Hudson), Mina,
Tonopah, Goldfield. Laws, Keelsr.. B.lo*
7.20* Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
sun, Dixon, Sacramento 7.50p
7.20* Elmira, Vacavilis, Rumsey 7.50p
7.20* Roseville. Maryivill* (OroviUe), R«d- _ __,
ding, Dunsmuir 10.40p
7.20* Davis, Woodland. Williams. Maxwe.il.
Willows, Hamilton, Corning, Red
Bluff 7.80p
7.20* Niles. Pleasanton. Livermore, Tracy,
Lathrop. Stockton (OakdakO, Lodi,
Sacramento 7.30p
7.20* Tracy. Pattjrson, Newman, Los Bsnos,
Ingle, Ksrman, Fresno 4.30p
7.40* Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
SanU Rosa, Crockett, Port Costa... 6.1 Op
T7.40* Avon, ° "smut Creek, San Ramon,
Livermore tO.BOp
B.oo* Newark, West San Jose. Los Gatos,
Wright, Felton (Bsn Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santa Crux 6.50p
8.40* Port Costa, Martinez, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy (Stockton), Merced,
Bsrenda, Madera, Fresno, Fowler,
Selma, Traver, Goshen Junction
(Hanford, Armona), Tulare, Bakers
field *-30p
8.40* Visalia, Lindsay, Porterviile, Ducor.. 7.10p
8.40* Yoxemito Vslley via Merced 4.30p
B.oB* Irvington, San Jos* 7.30*
B.oo* Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Stock
ton (• Milton), valley Spring. lone,
Sacramento 4.30*
9.00* Tuolumne, Sonor_,J*mestowa,Angels. 2.50p
9.00* Atlantic Express—_ecramento. Truc
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver,
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.30*
9.00* Tonopah-Goldneld Standard Sleeper.. B.lo*
B.oo* Vallejo Junction, Vallejo | 7 | so £
9.40* Richmond, S*n Pablo, Pinole, Vallejo
Junction, Crockett, Port Costa, Mar
tinez, Avon, Concord, San Ramon.. 6.1 Op
10.20* San Francisco Overland Limited-
Denver, Kansas City, St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicago 2.1 Op
10.40* Vallejo,-an Islaid, Napa 12.80p
10.40* Stockton. { 'JfjjJ
10.40* Los Angeles Passenger-Port Costa,
Martinez, Byron Hot Springs. Tracy,
-tockton, Merced, Madera, Fresno,
(Hanford, Coalinga, Visalia), Bakers
field, Los Angele* 7.10p
11.20* Shasta Limited—Portland, Tacoma,
Seattle B.Bop
12.00n Richmond, Port Costs, Bsnicia, Sui- \ 10.30*
sun, Elmira, Dixon, Sscrsmento.. J 11.10*
12.00n Davis,Williams,Colusa JuncWiUows,
Germantown, Orland, Hamilton.... 6.50p
12.00n Marysville, Chlco, Red Bluff 4.30p
I,oop Niks*, Irvington, San Jose 2.50p
1.20p San Leandro, Niles, Cents—ills, N*w
ark, (Redwood), San Joee 7.50p
1.40p Newark, Alviao, Agnew Santa Clam,
West San Jose I O.OOp
f 1.40* Wright, Boulder Crwek. Santa Crus .. I O.OOp
2.40p San Leandro, Niles, San Jose 7.30*
3.00P Bsnicia, Winters Sacramento—Wood
lan., Tudor, Yuba City, Marysville,
Oroville N.lo*
3.20* Richmond, Port Costa. Martinet,
Byron Hot Springs, Modesto, Merced,
Madera, Fresno. 10.40*
4.00* Fort Costs, Martinez. Concord, Walnut
Creek, San Ramon, Livermore 9.30*
4.00* Richmond, Vallejo, Napa, Calistoga,
Glen Ellen, Santa Rosa. 030*.
4.00p Nile* (Centerville, Newark), Sunol,
Pleasanton, Lavermore. Tracy,
Stockton, Lodi, Sacramento 12.50*
4.40p San Leandro, Hayward. Niles, Pleas
anton, Li verraors 8.30*
4.40* Irvington. San Joss 9.30*
4.40* Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Los Banos, '
Kerman. Fresno 18 40p
4.40* Valley Flyer—Port Costa, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy, Modesto, Merced,
Madera, Fresno, Goshen Junction,
Tulare, Bskersfield, Mojave. Lo*
Angeles I 2 50p
■,00p Vallejo. Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun,
Sacramento, Roseville, Lincoln,
Wheatland, Marysville (OroviUe),
Gridley. Biggs, Chico 11.30*
B.OOp Dsvis. Arbuckle. Williams, Willows,
Ortand, Tehama 10 40*
B.OOp Newark, West San Jose, Los Gatos... 9.30 a
8.20p Saa Leandro, Lorenzo, Hayward,
Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy,
Stockton 3.10p
8.20p Owl Limited—Port Costa, Trac.',
Fresno, Los Angeles B.lo*
0.20* Hayward. Nil** snd San Joss 6.68*
8.40* Eastern Express—Ogden, Pueblo, Den
ver, Kansas City, St.Loins, Chicago. 8,30p
6.40p Fort Costa, Benicia, Suisun. Elmira,
Sacramento, Colfax, Truokee, Reno,
Sparks B,SOp
7.00p China aad Japan Mail—Ogden,
Cheyenne, Denver. Kansas City,
Omaha, Chicago 3-lop
7.00p Port Costa, Byron Hot Springs, Stock
ton, Sacramento, Colfax, Truckee,
Reno 3.H>p
•J7.00* Richmond (Vallejo), Port Costs, Mar
tine*. Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleas
anton, Niks. Oakland 12.45*
8.20p Oregon Express—Sacramento. Roee
viDe, Marysville. Redding (Klamath
Falls). Ashland. Portland, Tacoms,
Seattle, Spokane l.lOp
MO* Mt. Eden. Alvarado, Newark, SanU
Clara. San Joee 7.50p
S.4op Bakersfield, McKUfrick, Hazleton,
Monarch, Moron, Fellow, Shale 7.50*
9.40p Richmond. Port Costa, Tracy, Mo
desto, Merced, Madera, Fresno,
Hanford, Tulare 7.80*
9.40* Hanford, Armona, Lernoore, Huron,
Coalinga. 7.80*
9.40* Visalia, Exeter, Lindsay, Porterville,
Ducor, Famoso 7.50*
10.20p Portland Express—Davis, Willows,
Red Bluff, Weed. (Klamath Falls),
Ashland, Roseburg. Portland, T_-
coma, Seattle 7.30*
From Pselfie Strsst Whsrf
This tort* c-ers sxceptionsl opportunity for Atrto
mobilists to reach all points on tbe Sacramento River:
Collinsviile. Emmst-n, Rio Vista, Islston, Rvde. Walnut
Grove, Vordsß, Courtland. Oarksburg, Sacn_ne_to.
Stsamar Iwilml* or Navajo, leaves San Francisco 8.30
a. m. daily except Sunday and We_nesday, arriving
-acramento 7.00 p. m. Leave Sscrsmento 8.30 a. ra.
daily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving San
Francisco 5.30 p. m. Stopping in either direction at all
points shown sbovs.
Stssmsr Modoc *r Apsehe, leaves San Francisco LOO
p. a. daily except Sunday; arrive San Francisco 11.30
p. ra. dairy except Monday.
Stssmsr Nsvajs or Ssroinsls. leaves San Francisco
9.00 p. m. daily except Sundays, arriving Sacramento
7.00 a. ra. daiiy except Monday. Leave Sacramento
0.00 p. ra. daihr except Sundays, arriving San Francisro
7.08 a. m. dairy except Monday. No stop* ea route in
•ither direetioa,
Office and Salesrooms. 553 Mission st.
Fays highest price for all kinds of furniture,
merchandise, etc. Houses bought ln their en
tirety. Quods sold on commission.
Phone—Sutter 1209.
(Kvlng to replacement of a number of h—ses
with automobiles, ws have for sale a lot of
horses and mam- 1 weighing 1,200 to 1,400 pounds,
suitable for ranch work.
02.1 DROVE ST.,
Mail Contractor!".
*60,000 Sale to I.os Ansreles Man Netted
Firm 75 per cent Gain, Partner
CHICAGO. Jan. 28.—That the sale of
$60,000 worth of "valuable art ob
jects" to E. P. Clark of Los Angeles
netted the Tomlinson-llumes company,
dealers ln "de luxe" books and brlo
a-brac. a profit of more than 75 per
cent, was averred ln a petition filed
today in the superior court of C»ok
county. Ira T. Eaton, a partner in the
concern, sought to enjoin his associates
from disposing of any property until
a settlement of partnership accounts
can be effected.
James Plunkett and Y. C. Humes,
two of the defendants, were indicted
by a recent federal grand Jury in
New York in connection with "de
luxe" edition frauds, involving $50,000.
One of the transactions cited in
Eaton's petition is a sale of Dickens'
"first sets" for $8,000. He grave the
actual worth of the books us $1,750.
Leavs (Third and Townsend Streets) kttho
(Subject to change without notice)
f 6.08* Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno f 8.35*
6.45* South San Francisco, San Jose, Morgan
hill, Gilrov, Sargent, Pajaro, Watson
ville, Santa Cruz f 00*
t 0.45 a Los Artos, Monta Vista. Los Gatos ..$ M*"
7.00* Coaster—San Jose, Morganhill, GUroy,
Pajaro, Castroville, Salinas, Soledad,
King City. Paso Robles Hot Springs,
Ban Luis Obispo, Surf (.Lompocl,
Santa Barbara, Ventura, Oxnard.
Los Angeles Io3op
7.00* HoUister. Tres Pinos—Watsonville.
Santa Crui—Del Monte, Monter-,,
Pacific Grove 10.30p
t 7,05* South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Joss. Way Stations 7.50*
t 7.06* Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatos... § 325p
B.oo* Shore Line Limited—Paso Robles Hot
Springs, Santa Barbara.los Angeles. 9.50p
8.05* Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gatos,Wright,
Glen wood (Boulder Creek), Santa
Crux, Watsonville. Castroville, Del
Monte, Monterev, Pacific Grove 9.OE*
9.00* Sail Jose, Morgan—!, Gilroy. Sargent.
Salinas, Soledad, San Miguel. Paso
Robles Hot Springs. San Luis Obispo 4.00»
o.oo* Holliiter, Tres Finos—Watsonville.
Santa Cruz—Del Monte, Monterey.
Paci-cGrove «-00»
1040* South San Francisco, Burlincame, San
Mateo. Palo Alto, Mayfield, Los Al- ,j 2 30p
tos, Los Gatos. j 7!20p
11 JO* Valencia Street. Ocean View. Cohna,
Cemeteries, Baden, San Bruno • -55*
11.40* South San Francisco, San Jose t 8.20*
1.20* Saturdays only—San Mateo, Red
wood, Mayfield, Mountain View,
San Jose JII.OOp
1.20p Saturdays only—Los Altos, Monta
Vista, Los Gates. J3.25*
2.00p Del Monte Express—San Joss, Mor
ganhill, Gilroy, Sargent, Watsonville,
Santa Cruz, De! Monte, Monterey,
Pacific Grove, (Salinas) 12.30p
2.05p Easton. San Mateo, Fab Alto, San
Jose 8.40*
t 2.1 Op South San Franrisco, Redwood, Sant*
Gara, West San Jose. Los Gate*
Wright, Felton, (Boulder Creek),
Santa Cms 11 Ut_
S.OOp South San Francisco. San Mateo. Saa
Jose, Morganhill, Gilroy, Tres Pinos,
Salinas 10.10*
3,00p Watsonville, Santa Cruz. Castroville,
Dei Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grovs 10.10*
3.25p Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Los Altos, Los
Gatos 8.48*
t 3.25p Wright, Boulder Creek, Saata Crui. 11».30*
4.00p Sunset Express—Tucson, De-ting. El
Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Chi
cago §.IB_
4.00p Washington Sunset Route—Washing
ton, D.C New York and East 9.106
4.00p Salinas. Paso Robles Hot Springs,
San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara,
Ventura and Los Angeles 9.18*
4.00p Kansas City, St. Louis. Chicago 9.18*
4.20p South San Francisco, San Jose t 7.25*
I 4.55p Santa Cruz Limited—Mayfield, Los
Altos, Los Gatos, Felton, (Boulder
Creek), Santa Cruz t 8.48-
I t B.OBp Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood.
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Santa Clar*.
San Jose t 8.30
-i t 8.20p Redwood, Atherton, Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Mountain Visw,
Sunnyvale, San Joss t 9M *
: t 8.20* Los Altos. Monta Vista. Los Gatos.. .t 8.40*
j t 5.25p Easton. Redwood, Mountain Mew,
San Jose « 9.40
-■ f 6.30* Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteriei, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend *? 8.40*
8.40p San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood,
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Jose... 7.45p
t 6.40p Mayfield, Los Altos, Los Gatos $ 9.40*
6.00p Tuesdays—Sunset Limited de Luxe,
New Orleans and East. Arrive Sun
days 11.00*
T O.OOp Millbrae, San Mateo. Redwood, May
field, Los Altos, Lor Gatos t B-OCa
t 8.06* 23d Street. Viiitacion, South 8*"
Francisco, Valencia Street _.f 7.1 5p
8.30p South San Francisco, San Jose 8.45p
B.oop The Lark—Santa Barbara, Los Angeles 9.45 a
8.1 Op San Jose and Way Stations 7.30*
IO.OOp Los Angeles Passenger—Morganhill,
Salinas. Paso Robles Hot Springs.
San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and
Los Angeles. 8.28*
10.05* South .San Francisco, San Jose 11.55p
I 1.45p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Jose 7.38*
Vl* Oakland Plsr
Te Oakland, 16th St., and Bsrksley vl* Shattuck Ay*.
snd Ellsworth St. Unst.—Daily—From 6.00 a. sl, and
svery twenty minutes ootil 8.20 p. nj., inclusive; then
9.00,9.40,10.20,11.00,11.40 p. m., 12._0and 1.2 C a-m.
Additional boats Saturdave and Sundaya only, 8.40
p. ra., 9.2 a 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20 p. m.
Ts Berkeley via California SI. and West Berfcslsy, Albany
via Ninth St Lines.—Daily—From "6-00 a. m., t<s_o,
•6.40. tLOO a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. m. inclusive; then 9.00,, 11.00,11.40 p.m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and
Sundays only, 8.40 p. m., 9.20, iO.OO, 10.40 and 11.20
p. m.
Te Oakland, Washington-Broadway, East Oakland.
Frultrale and Msirose via Ssvsnlh St.—Daily—From
6.00 a. m., then every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m..
inclusive; then 9.00, 9.40, 10.2 a 11.00, 11.40 p. m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boats Saturdays and
Sundaysonly. 8.40 p. _, 9_20, 10.00, 10.40 and 11.20
Horisjhoe to o*kl*n4, Washington-Broadway, Frultvtle,
Alsmsda. North SWs— Daily—From 5.00 a. m.. t6.20.
6.40, 7.00. 7.20, 7.40, 8.00. 8.40 and forty minutes jast
the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40, 5.00, 5.20,
5.40, 6.00. 6.20, 6 40, 7.00, 7.40, 8.20. 9.C0. 9AO, 10.20,
11.00, 11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
T* Vlgorit Stsi*, Pullman, Richmond (Ste*m Ssrvle*)—
"16-40 and 7.40 a. m., 3.20 p. m., 4.20, 5.20, 6_*o p. m.
To Stonshurst (Stsam Servic*)—l6.oo. t6.40, t7.20
19.00, {10.00 a. m., J1.20 p. m., :2.00, :3.00. t3.2Q
«4.00. »5.00. *5.40 and f6.20 p. m.
Vl* Alameda Pier
To Oakland. 14th and Franklin Sts —
6.15, 6.45 a. ra. and then 15 and 45 minutet past tin
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30, 9.15, 10.00,10.45.
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
To Alameda, North and South Slds—
6.15, 0.45 a. in. and then 15 and 4.5 minutes past ths
hour until 7.45 p. m.; then 8.30. 9.15. 10.00, 10.45,
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m. ___
Fr*n» San Francisco, South End of Ferry Building, for
Broadway Wharf. Oakland—Week days 6.00 a. ra. and
every half hour until 9.00 p. m.. inclusive. Sundays
and holidays 6.00 a. m. and every half hour until
1 LOO p. m., inclusive. Boats leave Broadway Whart—
Week days 6.15 a, m. and ever.* half bo™ until 84S
p. m. inclusive. Bundava and holidays, 8.15 a. ra.
and every half hour until 10.45 p. m.. inclusive.
a for Morning. 'Dairy, p tor Afternoon.
tSunday excepted. JSunday only. §Saturday only.
a Monday.
unioiTtransfer COMPANY
Af_*mt eolfsct haggis* and checks on trains et toil* st
Southern Pacific Compsny, and dslivsr bsggags ts rstl
dsnes. They ar* lutheriztd to «h*ck B*H*g* dimt Iran
iwi fines*

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