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tores has come fp.m scattered commission
tan and it has gradually absorbed the float
ing supply at the lower levels. Export clear
• 495,000 bushel-.. Kansas City reported
> Mintry offerings of wheat large with sample
urade sorts of soft winter off sc. Sample tables
fnll and sales slow tlu-re. Argentina reports
shipments of 2,650,000 bushels in two days.
< omparatively poor demand for wheat as com
pared to the call for corn made a weak close
for wbeat. Ocean freights broke, but this failed
a simulate any demand for American wheat.
Exporters in fact claimed no call for Manitoba.
'"<"orn broke sharply under the weight of the
grain that had been loaded into the pit yester
>ihv and was being resold by weak holders to
,! **v; also by the short sales that turned out
to l>e quite liberal. At the decline in spot and
futures there whs .i marked revival of the ex
<lemand. The latter was due to a break
rrelgbta, and sales <>f 350,000 bushels
(port were closed. The domestic sales
• •* day's total business to 415,000 hasb.
Seaboard claimed export s«:es of 6"> loads.
Export clearances 200.000 bushels. The coucern
was the strongest supporter of the Torn
market last week was the heaviest seller today.
Liverpool spot American corn broke 2Vid. while
Argentine spot advanced B%c. Sales of cash
corn likely to reach 600,000 bushel*
"Hats followed orn. There was extreme
weakness at thy outset and further easiness
<>ne rally of some note came late in the
'lay as a result of covering by shorts who had
After these were relieved the market
declined again. Cash oats developed extreme
weakness, losing *~<: to 1 finally. Sales re
ported for shipment were 235.000 bushels.
"Prorlalon* Port sold early at $20 for both
May aud Jnly. breaking Uter. and was again
bid up to very near that level late in the day
by packers who evidently had ether product for
sale. Hog run wesr was 105,000, against 136.
--000 a year ago. There has been property in
plenty on sale on all the hard spots today."
Cash Grain
CHICAGO. Feb. 11.—Cash Corn -No. 2 yel
low. 50i4<g51e; No 3. 48650 c: No. 3 white,
4r*.\ -,;.-,,,i 3 ,, : No. 3 veiiow." 4Xi4650c; No. 4.
45«4648c; No. 4 white, 4«%©4»c; No.\4 yel
low. 46<?t4Sc.
Rye—No. 2. 62@64i4c
Timothy- 8864.
Xew York Grain >larket
NKW YORK, Feb. 11.—Flour—Steady but
Wheat—Spot easy. No. *_• red. $1.08*4 elevator
$1.10 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth,
I f. <>. b. afloat. Futures were easy on un- j
favorable domestic irade couditioos. larger coun
try offerings and easier cash markets, closing
; -d<* net lower. May. 9PUc<asl, closed at
Jnly closed at September closed at
86c. Bonded wheat—May closed at 97VjC asked;
Jaly, 97'iC asked.
\vatlable Grain Supply
NEW YORK. Feb. 11.- Special cable and tele
graphic communications received by Bradstreefs
i the following changes in available supplies,
as compared with previous account:
Wheat, United States cast of the Rockies, in
creased ao.OW bushels.
Inited Stales west of the Rockies decreased
231.000 bushels.
Canada decreased 1.045.0P0 bushels.
Total. T'niteil States and Canada, decreased
1,246,000 bushels-.
Afloat, for and in Europe increased 100,000
' T.-tal American and European supply decreased
1.146,000 bushels.
t'nited States and Canada, increased
3,125,000 bushels.
"ats. United States and Canada, increased
1.218,000 bushels.
The leading decreases and increases reported
• k follow :
-es—Manitoba. 1,011.000 bushels; Louis
v 59.000; Ogdensborg, 50,000.
1 • Knoiville, 50,000 bushels.
Xortbweat Wbeat
-MA. Fob. 11.— Wheat—Blnestem. 94c;
forty-fold, 84c; club. S4c; red russian, 82c. C_E
72, barley 3, oats 1. hay 18,
. TLE. Feb. 11.— Wheat—Biuestem. 05c;
- .*: club. 88c; fife, 86c: red rus
- an. &■*•. Yesterday's car receipts—Wbeat 49,
tmtu 8 barley C, corn lf> hay»7B. flour 8.
r<»RTLAND. Feb. ll.— Wheat, track prices—
Clul biuestem. 94695 c; forty-fold,
red valley, 80c. Car receipts—
Wheat 76. barley 9, flour 21. oats 6.
Minneapolis Grain Market
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Feb. 11.—Wheat—
BSfec; .Tuly. BO%c; September, 88
. No. 1 hard. 88^c: No. 1 northern, 86 s -. 'a.
2 northern. 54%685%c; So. 2 hard
- . ; No. 3 wbeat, 82%683%c.
- - No. 3 yellow 4.V
No. 3 white.' 31V4214C.
live—No. 2. 56®5SJiC.
B ran—Bl9.so.
Hour—First patents. $4.3064.65: second pat
ents, $4.1564.50; first clears, $3.1063.40- sec
ond clears, [email protected].
Flax — $1.37.
Duluth Linseed 1
DrLUTH. Feb. 11—-Linseed. $L 364; May,
bid: July $1.40, nominal.
. ».
Local Markets
> 1 0-
Receipts of Produce February 11
Flour, qr sks.... 7.817 Tallow, ctls 60
Wheat, ctls 2,405 Hides, No 1.56r,
l::(riey. ctls I,o2o,Pelts, No 195*
oats.- ctls 600'I.ime. bbls 368
Middlings, sks .. 270' Sugar. ctls 15..»0
Potatoes, sks ... 4,530 Brandy, gals 300
onions, ska l,l4o!wine, gals 60.9^10
Hay. tons 110 Coal, tons 180
S'iorts. sks 12.VI.nmber. M ft 20
Feed, sks 270 Paper, bdls 635
Fgypt. corn, sks IRO'Oranges, bxa 500
Aifalfa meal. sks. 400! Raisins, brs 3.700
tber, rolls ... 120 Livestock, No ... SOO
R-an«, sks 942
Pro-r Islons
lißn-.s (per lb) —California H. H. brand. 19c;
M. & L. brand. 20c: picnics. 1214 c: Primrose,
2l<-: Eastern Star, 20"Ac; skinned, 22c: Monarch,
- _,c; picnics. 13c.
Bacon —Primrose, 4 to 6 lbs, 29c; Eastern Star,
4 to 6 lbs 26c, 6 to 8 lbs 25c, 8 to 10 lbs 24c, 10
to 12 lbs 23c; Arrow. 8 to 10 lbs 23*4 c 10 to 12
; medium bacon. light medium.
: light dry salted bacon, 8 to 10 lbs 21c, 10
to i 2 lbs 20c.
California Bacon—M. & L. brand. 4 to 8 lbs
. 8 to 10 lbs 25i■■<■: H. H. brand, 4 to 8 lbs
2,ii'c. 8 to 10 lbs 22"., c.
iene—Half bbls, 1(V; 1 tierce. 10S 4 c: 2
tierces. 10% c: 5 tierces, 10i*,.: per lb; Califene,
■ for 1 tierce. 10%e for 2 tierces. for
5 tierces and 10% c fof half bbls and tubs; cases,
eastern Lard and Oils. Western Meat brand—
I.«rd. tierces 13v 2 c; 50s (per case), $6.S*S; 10s,
•iv.',o : 5a $5.63; 3s. $8.70; compound lard,
■' 2 c; 30a 'per case). $4.88; 10s. $6.15;
>(i.23; 3s. $0.30; yellow cooking oil, 5Cc per
gallon; cooking oil, 58c per gallon; salad
oil. <We per gallon.
California Pure Lard. M. k L. brand—Tierces.
13c; cans. 1 to a case. $8 63; 4 to a case, $10.70;
'large tins. 6 t" a case. $8.25; medium, 12 to a
small. 20 to a case, $8.40.
» aiifornia Compound Lard, 11. a. brand—Tierce
Be; cans, 1 to a case. $4.63; 4 to a case,
57.50; tins. 0 to a case, $5.86; 12s. $5.33 per
20a $6 per case: M. _ L. salad oil. tierce
Ii 88c; M. A L. cooking oil. OOc for white and
for -ellow; Biscoia, tierces IIV2C, bucket*
half bhls ll"*o, cases $7.50.
Beef —Extra family, family and mess beef, $22
per bbl.
Pork—Extra prime in barrels. $21: pig pork,
$20; pigs" feet, $5.50 for half bbls, $2.25 for 25
lb kegs and $1.50 for kits.
Meat Market
Prices for demand meats show no noteworthy"
change thus far for the week, tbe market
toeing amply supplied with a majority of Jobbers
reporting business quiet. Uve hogs rule very
firm at sharply advanced prices.
ghtercn 1 rates to dealers and butchers are
as follows:
o B ee f —u/31114c per lb for steers, 10Vs®llc
for cows and heifers.
Veal—ll@l2c for large and 12@13c for
Mutton—Wetbem, ewes. 9®9nc.
Lambs—l2%®l3c per lb.
Dressed Pork (per lbi —10dt lie.
Tl-» following quotations are for good, sound
livestock, dellrered ln San Francisco, gross
No. 1 steers, over 950 lbs 7@7%c per lb, un
der <)50 lbs 9%'STc; second quality, all weights,
1 Fa-; thin, undesirable steerß, 4%6ie.
No 1 cows and heifers, «<_6i-*ie-, second qual
ity. o , i ''t7* l c; common to thin, undesirable
4'«4 1 4<'.
Desirable bulls nnd stags, 3"j@4i-ie; half fat
or thin bulls. "J- .
Calves —Lightweight, per lb, 76''.ic: medium,
/'*V*: heavy. ."(<;0.
Sheep Desirable wethers, unshorn.
~if. 4i464%c; shorn sheep, *ftc to %c less.
Yearling lsnib*. 6i46'5%c per lb.
Hogs—Hard grain fed, weighing 100 to 150
lbs, 7'ic: 150 to 250 lbs. 7' 250 lbs and
Up, O-'V'iTc.
Wholesale Fish Market
Conditions and prices In this market did not
show the least change yesterday.
Prices (per lb) —Salmon, 12Vsc; spring salmon,
15c; halibut, 15c; chicken halibut, 10c: codfish,
<ie; red rock, 10c : black rock, —■ yellow tail,
—; barracuda, lie: sand dabs, 8c: soles, 7c;
klngfish 7c; carp. sc; smelts, —: silver smelts,
10c; herrings, 4c; tomcods, 10c : Ftrlped bass,
],-„■• perch, —; mackerel, —; white bait, —;
shad. 8e; pike, —; catfish. 1214 c; crawfish, 28c.
The above quotations represent f. o. b. prices
for cleaned fish, bored and Iced.
Butter, Cheese and Eggs
Tbe long expected heavy Increase in tbe re
ceipts of eggs came yesterday, the deliveries
approximating 3.200 cases, aud. with this enor
mous supply far in excess of market needs,
prices naturally broke. AH grades were 3c
lower and the differential between tbe price of
extras aud the cheaper sorts was only one cent.
Yesterday's break was generally regarded aa the
first step toward the season's storage basis,
which, it is generally believed, will be much
lower'this year than In tbe past because of the
restrictions placed on the sale of icehouse goods.
iTiccs for butter had a sharp decline, extras
losing IV'C and firsts lc. There was not a sale
recorded "en the exchange, but large receivers
anticipated a weaker market by offering to sell
at the new quotations. There waa no one on
the buying side of the market, however, and this
situation showed plainly that all handlers were
of the sam.- BpiAioa as to the Immediate future.
The quotations for cheese were undisturbed.
On the exchange 70 casea of extra eggs were
sold at 21« and 20 cases of selected pullets at
20r a dozen. There were no other sales.
Receipts were 52,000 pounds of butter, 11.500
pounds of cbeese aod 3.198 cases of eggs.
The following ar*> tiie official quotations estab-
I JHhed by sales, bids and offers on the floor of the
; Hairy exchange. Prices lv the street, while gov
erned by the exchange quotations, generally range
from 1 _c to 2Vjc higher, owiug to the various
charges to be added:
*" ■<* j T> J -S I • I tk
9 sr I p- j er I p- j p-
<5* e> I «j | as I o | »-
T:i> average quotation fi>r extra butter for the
1 week ended Saturday, February 8, was 36\c per
j pound.
Cheese—Fancy California flats, 16*4 c per lb,
steady: do firsts, 14c. firm: do seconds. 1214 c.
firm; fancy Young America-!. firm; do
firsts, 16c, firm; Oregon flats. 17c' steady; do
loung Americas, 18c; firm; New York fancy 20
6204 c, steady: Wisconsin fancy. 19He, steady.
Eggs—California fresh, per dozen," cases in
m -r; TI I _ "■'J
*e , n -s I t o
c- I — b- 1 cr p"
Extra* [Mr 24c *2**>\,c>24f |24c 21r
Firsts 21r 2-.U- 23c fee |2*1<- 20.-
23c 28c fee l23o 20c
Portland Butter Market
POETLAJfD, ore., Feb. 11.—Butter—City and
country creamery extras, solid pack, 36c.
i:-ra Market In Nearby Counties
SANTA ROSA. Feb. 11.--Epgrs dropped off 3c
per dozen today on receipt of advices >howing
th<- morning transactions on the San Francisco
Dairy Produce and Egg exchange. The local
dealers paid 19c per dozen for first grade and
18c for second or pullet grade eggs delivered
This is the lowest price for this season of the
year lv the record of the business ln Sonoma
In 1907 the price was 28c. The range of
prices each rear has been as follows:
2M..0, 35c. 24 2514 c. 23Vic and 19c. In
1908 prices dropped to 1914 con Feb. 18 and to
16c on Feb. 26.
Last season 20c was the lowest price paid
throughout the year.
BANTAfk**MJ_. Feb. 11. Heavy deliveries of
e?gs prevailed today, but there was no shifting
In quotations. Extras still bring 22VjC per
dosen. and there Is a heavy call for themT Buy
er* and dealers are still paying 2114 c for firsts
«.-:(! pullets.
i'KTAI-UMA. Feb. 11.— The bottom appeared
to drop out of the egg market today, and after
receipt of transactions of the San Francisco
dairy and egg exchange quotations were low
ered 3 centa on both grades. Independent deal
ers and speculators paid off for Monday delivery
at the rate r.f 19!4c for extra ranch and 18c for
selected pullera. The delivery was fair.
Potatoes, Onions and Vegetable*
Nine boxea of asparagus, some of it natural
and s.me of ir forced growth, came In from
point> on the river yesterday. Tiie best selections
of the natural "grass" sold at 85c a pound,
while 75c was a top price for the forced stock
and second quality lots of both sold at 60®«6c.
Th"re were further small arrivals ot string beans,
eggplant and peppers from Florida. The beans
brought 4t'-c and the eggplant 88c a pound, while
tbe peppen - 1 <i at the >-ame prices asked for thej
Mexican article. About 7 sacks of green peas
arrived from the south and sales were reported at
25c a pound. Bay rhubarb was more in evidence
than heretofore, but It held steady as to prices.
Lettuce and celery were more plentiful than any
thing else and both remained weak. The potato
rcarke; was very much depressed, there b«ing
no business whatever in shipping channels, while
local trade was of a hand to mouth character.
Choice onions are firm and higher owing to the
lateness of the vt,**OQ and the consequent grow
ing scarcity of long keepers. The first car of
Oregon onions for the season falls due today.
Potatoes (per ctl I—River Burbanks. 35050 c;
Salinas do. $1(g,1.25; Oregon do, 65c@$1; sweet
potatoes. $1.90®2. **
Onions (per ctl)—Yellow, 50@65c; repleked,
Vegetables—Green peas, 25c per lb; Mexican
tomatoes. $1,50<_1.65 per box; ejenmbers, $2.50
®2.75 per box; garlic, li*i@2i;>c per lb; cab
bage. 40®50c per ctl: cauliflower. 30@40c per
dozen: green peppers, per Ih: carrots. 50c
per sack; celery. $2rt|3 per crate: lettuce. $1.25®
1.73 per crate for southern: sprouts. 6'g7c per lb;
artichoke*. 7.V®51.25 per dozen; mushrooms. 25c
<gsl per box; rhubarb, s@Bc per lb; do bay, 10
Deciduous and Citrus Frails
Despite the warm, sunny weather and the
fact that certain tradesmen were obliged to
stock np for two days" needs on account of to
day being a legal holiday, the volume of busi
ness handled in the wholesale fruit market con
tinued small yesterday. The tone of tbe orange
market was one of weakness and the high cost of
the fruit at snipping points seemed to be all
that prevented a general downward revision of
the quotations. Lemons and grapefruit remained
firm. w;th s-tocks light and the demand fair.
Another car of Florida grapefruit came in late
in the day. bat it did not pass inspection for
parasites in time to be marketed. Tbe fruit
was found to be in good shape and free from
infection. Apple trade continued very slow.
Apples (per box) —Fancy 4 tier reds, 75c@$l.
with some selected bringing 4 tier
red pearmains, 40(g60c: beUflower. 65c@$l - for
SVi and 4 tier and So«7Bc for 414 tier; white
winter pearmains. 75085 c; Newtown pippins,
1.35 for ZVi tier. B.V<gsl for 4 tier, ana
»*..*,.• for 4' 2 tier; common to choice fruit,
Citrus Fruit fper box*—Navel oranges, $2.75®
3 for fancy, $2*g2.50 for choice; frosted oranges,
50c@$l; tangerines. stsßdard boxes, $2<g2.50
for choice and $1Q1.25 for common; seed
less grapefruit. $1.50®3.50; Florida do, $s.so<s£tt;
lemons, $6<g7 for choice and fancy, and $3.50@
$4 for standard; frosted lem«ns. lemon
ettes, £4.5061; U—SiC—i limes, nominal.
Tropical Fruits —Bananas. 3'S3Hc per lb for
Mexican; $1<_1.50 per biyich for Hawaiian and
34®4c per Ib for Central American; pine
apples, $2®3 per dozen.
Chicago Fruit Market
CHICAGO, Feb. 11.—Apples—TTade is fair in
this market. The advertising lately given the
market has helped the sale of good stock. There
is an ample supply of both barrel and box
stock and la prices no change has occurred.
Western box apples. (Prices quoted are for
sales ln a small way. Large lots could not
be moved at these figures.)
Delicious, outside for a few extra fine large,
$1-50@3*. Jonathan. $Tg1.65: grimes golden, out
ride fancy, $161-50: winesaps. [email protected];
Spitsenberg, $1.50 ®1.75; northwest greenings.
$161.25; Rome beauties, $1.25Q1.50; some fancy
large, $1.75@2; stamen winesaps. 81.2561.80"
aristo black, $1.25®1.50; bellflower, $1.256150;
wageners. 75c(»$l ; American re<ls, 75c®1.50.
Lemons—Quiet. Not many domestic on sale,
but good supply of Masainas. Boxes, California
fancy, $6.50; extra fancy, $7; extra choice, $6;
Messinas, $6.
Oranges—Floridas of desirable size and nice
quality are held with some degree of firmness
and sfeet with fair sale. Offerings of such
i fruit are very moderate, as a good part come soft
and have to be repacked, and some are of the
larges sizes, not so desirable. Such stock rules
easy and slow. Not many Californias offered
and only a light demand for them. Tangerines
quiet. Few are really fine, some are puffy. The
market for grapefruit is quiet, with a good
supply and a good percentage cloudy and not
attractive to the beat trade. Boxes, California
navels, 64 count, $1.75; 80 count, $2: 96 count,
$2.25(0,2.50; 126 to 200 count. frosted,
$1.5041.2.50. Florida, sound basis, bright desirable
sizes, [email protected]; Indian rivers, outside fancy,
$2.75@3; russets, sound basis, desirable sizes,
$262-25; large fruit. 80 to 96 russet or bright,
[email protected]. Tangerines, Florida straps, sound,
depending on size. $1.50®2.50; grapefruit, Flor
ida, per box, depending ou size and quality,
Walnuts—Dull, 50(g60c.
Dried Fruit, Raisins. Nuts and Honey
The market for dried fruits and raisins con
tinues stagnant, with tbe general tone one of
easiness pending the resumption of active trad
ing. Prnncs are weak, with a top basis for
the small sizes. Country holders are showing
more willingness to sell, while big operators find
It difficult to secure new business, even by shad
ing prices.
Prunes—Bulk basis. 2%r per lb: 50s are >4c,
40« to 50s l%c and :50s higher.
Other fruits. 1912 crop:
Stand- Extra
50 lb boxes— ard Choice Choice Fancy
Evaporated apples B%C s*ic 6c
Apricots SVjC 914 c
Peaches 5c FuZe 6%c 6',;c
Pears 61-4 C 9^-jc
Nectarines 014 c 6c 614 c
Raisins—At sweatbox. 2t4c per lb to growers;
loose muscatel. 4c and 414 c for 2, 3 and 4
crown, respectively; 2. 3 and 4 crown layers, 95c,
SI and $1.25, respectively: 5 crown Denesa, clus
ters. $1.70; 6 crown imperials. $2.20; seeded. 1
lb boxes. 514 c for fancy and 4c for choice, with
the usual differential for 12 oz boxes; tef-dless
sultanas, 50s, 4%e; do Thompson, 6c for un
bleached and s%fe6i4c for bleached.
Nuts (jobbing prices to the trade) —Italian
chestnuts. 7frj9c; pecans. 17<gl8c; filberts, 13®
15c; peanuts, s®6c; pinenuts. 12614 c.
New crop: Almonds—Nonpareils. 16@16i4c; I
X L. 15-izlfSc; Ne Plus XJUra. 14*4@15c; Drakes
l%_e; I-anguedocs, 12Uc: walnuts, f. o. b. ship
ping points. No. 1 Boftshell, 16c; do hardshell,
15% c; No; 2 hard and soft shell. 10y.se; budded.
Honey—Fancy water white comb, 15i4@16c;
dark to amber, river comb, 116
white extracted, 842,814 c per lb; light
aml>er 7 1 -j®Sc; amber, 6"46"c; lower grades,
[email protected] per ib.
Beeswax—27*4@3oc per lb for light and 23®
26c for dark.
Poultry and Game
Only three cars of eastern chickens have been
marketed since Monday, against a total of six
for last week, and as there is some doubt as
to any further arrivals the market is in better
shape all around. This applies particularly to
hens, -which have constituted tbe bulk of the
receipts from tbe east. All descriptions of
young stock continue to move off freely at well
maintained prices. Receipts of dressed turkeys
are light, and it Is evident that country sbip-
i pers are making the usual mistake of holding
I the birds back for Washington's birthday. «I-
I tboi'.gh there is no more demand for them on
! thst day than on an ordinary Sunday.
Poultry (per dozen)— Hens, $44J5 for small,
$r,.50ig6.50 for large and $9® 10 tor extra;
young roosters. $7.50®8.50: do extra, $?*«10;
old roosters $4.50-8.": fryers. $«.50®8; broilers,
(MM for large and [email protected] for small; docks,
WBMt for old and $8® 10 for yonng; geese.
BSj per P«'r; pigeons, $1.50 @L7o; squabs.
$2. .'.->;& 3.50: dressed turkeys, 20®24c per lb;
1 live, 18@20e- Belgian hares, $4©S per dozen.
Game (per dozn)—Hare. $£2692.50; gTay
geese. [email protected] brant $1.50®2.50; white geese,
$1.25@2; honkers, $4®6. Wild ducks are nom
inal, as dealers are unable to dispose of them
satisfactorily owing to the rigid enforcement of
the game laws. _ •
Beans, Seeds aad Hop*
There is a fair shipping inquiry for beans,
and as the demand is mostly for mixed cars
nearly ail descriptions are getting the benefit or
the outward movement. Prices have not changed
for more than a week, but the situation is strong
with the tendency upward.
Beans (per ctll—Lima. $.*i.50®5.60: bayos,
$3.35®3.45: large white. small
white. $4.55 ®4.70; pink. $3.70(8.3.90; craDben-y.
$4.75®5: bl'ackeve. $3®3.20; red. [email protected];
red k'idnev $4©4.20; garvanzas, $3®3.30 : horse
beans. |1.7a®2.25. -" j
Seeds—Mustard. —: flaxseed. 53.85 per ctl;
canary. &%Q4e per lb: alfalfa. 16®18c; rape,
l%&_*£c; timothy, nominal; hemp, 3 Vie; millet,
T>rled Peas—Green. $»®>3.25 per ctl.
Hops—California. 1912 crop to growers. 20®
21c per lb for choice, 15@lSc for medium and
12VaC for common.
Flour and Farinaceous Goods
Flour (net per bbl) -California family extras,
$.*>.oo®6; do bakers' extras. $4.60<ig,5.20: super
fine. $3.90®4.10: Dakota patents, $6.40<g:7.40;
Kansas patents. [email protected].
Farinaceous Goods —In lv pound sacks are
quoted a* follows per 100 lbs: Graham flour,
$2.90; entire wheat flour, $3; buckwheat flour.
$5: self raising buckwheat flour, $5.80; wheat
meal. 9A; rice flour. $6.50; rye flour. $3.70;
rye meal, $3.60; corn meal, yellow and white,
$3.20; extra do, $8.50; oat groats. $4.60; buck
wheat groats, $P. 80; hominy. $3.70: cracked
wheat, $3.90; farina, $4.10; pearl barley, $5.50
@6; 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 Feedstuff*
Somers & Co., in their weekly review of tha
hay situation, say:
'Receipts of bar during tbe last week amount
ed to 2,461 tons, against 1.914 tons the week pre
vious. The local market continues very dnll
and It is Impossible to obtain the prices no\s
for May which prevailed some time ago. There
{a very' little fancy hay coming ia. and nn occa
sional car will sell above quotations, but the
demand for this grade Is extremely limited and
prices would not he Boatained If a larger quan
tity were marketed.
••The recent warm weather throughout the
state has been excellent for growing grain, and
for the most part the country looks good. Baln,
of course, will be needed later on, and upon
weather conditions depends the future of the hay
market. Some shipments continue to move
south of Tehachapl. but the market there is not
as strong as it was. In the San Joaquin val
ley prices are weaker and hay is moving through
out the interior at slightly tower prices. Farm
ers who hold hay seem for the most part willing
to sell, whereas some time ago they were un
willing to dispose of their holdings at any
price. Large quantities of alfalfa are moving
throughout the interior, feeders preferring to
bnv it .on account of it being so much cheaper
than grain hay. In spite of this comparatively
heavy movement of alfalfa prices have a weaker
Feedstuff* (per ton)- Bran. [email protected]; shorts,
$25® 2«: middlings. $30®32.50; rolled barley,
$28.50®31; rolled oats for feed. §41*842; corn
meal, $33@35; cracked corn. $33@35: chopped
feed, $19*523: evergreen chop feed. $21 in car
lota and |23 for jobbing: oilcake meal, 20 ton
lots $39.50. 10 ton 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 $2850 for
small lots: alfalfa meal, carload lots $1R.50;
jobbing $19.50; Eureka meal, carload lots, $21.50;
jobbing $23: vigorator, per ton, $22.
Hay (per ton)— Fancy wheat hay. $24@25:
No. 1 wheat and wheat and oat. $21.50®23: good
to choice do. $19.50®20.50: lower grades, $14<3l
16.50; barley and oat, $!Sf3'l9: choice tame oat.
$21 _22.50; other do, $17(820; wild ORt, $15@19;
stock hay. $U®l2: alfalfa, [email protected].
Straw —40@75c per bale.
Hides, Tallow, Grease and Wool
Hides—Culls and brands sell about H@l<" un
der quotations, neaw and medium salted steers.
13® 14c; light. 12'4@13V4e; cowhides. 12U®
13Vbe; stags. 9@o< >c: salted kip. ]4®lse: salted
veal and salted calf, 16Vs-Sl7%c: dry hides. 23(3!
24M,c: murrain, 23c: dry calf and veal, 27@2Hc;
dry kip. 22@24c; dry stags, 15®16e: dry salt
hides, 16c; sheepskins, short wool. 25®50c; me
dium, 50®80c; long wool. 80c@$1.15; lambs. 40®
85c for long and 15®35e for short wool: shear.
lings, 20@25c for No. 1 and 10c for No. 2; horse
hides, salt. $2.75@3 for large prime and $2.25®
2.50 for No. 1: medium. $1.75®2: small. 75c®
$1.25; colts, 25®50e; hors?hides, dry. $2®2.25 for
laire and $I..V*>®2 for medium. 75c®$l. for small
and 25®30c for colts: goatskins, prime angoras.
7",ci3sl; medium. 35®50e; long hair goats, 35c;
medium, 20c: kids, s@loe.
Tallow—No. 1 rendered, bbla, s_sV 3 e; cana
and drums. 3'i _.sc.
Grease —2®3c per lb.
"Wool—Fall clip. Mendocino and Humboldt. 10
®12c; middle counties, northern. 9@llc; San
Joaquin, 6@Sc; mohair, good quality, 20®27H>c
per lb.
Horses aad Mules
The following quotations for horses and mules
are furnished by the Butchers' and Stock Grow
ers' Journal:
Desirable drafters. 1.700 lb-*- and over. .s3oo <ct 3so
Light drafters, 1.550 to 1.150 lbs 250®-28."
Chunks. 1.350 lbs to "1.500 lbs 200®250
Wagon horses. 1.250 to 1.350 lbs 180® 22 5
Delivery wagon horses. 1,050 to 1.250.. 135® 150
Desirable farm mares 100<(f 125
Farm workers 75(ft100
950 lbs, 4 to 7 years $75@125
1,000 lbs, 4 to 7 years 125® 175
1,100 lbs, 4 to 7 years 150W200
1,200 lbs, 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 age. bone conformation and
style, to command extreme quotations.
General Merchandise
Bags—Standard Calcutta grain bags, 93*Je on
the spot and 9**i@9 T /(»c for June-July delivery;
San Quentin, 8i 3 c; wool bags, 47t4c for 4 and
4514 c for 3 _ lbs; fleece twine, 9@9%c per lb;
bean. bags. M,ic.
Oil (quotations are for barrels) —Unseed, 58c
per gallon for 1-olled and sfic for raw, 5 bbl lots
lc less, cases 5e more; Baker's AA. castor, cases,
5 gallons $1.11, 10 gallons $1.09; commercial
castor, in cases. 90c: China nut, cases, 75@S6c
per, gallon; extra bleached winter sperm oil,
80c;* natural winter sperm oil, 80c; pure lard
011. 85c: winter strained lard oil, 75e; pure
neatsfoot oil, 85c; No. 1 neatsfoot oil 65c; paint
oil, 30® 40c.
Coal Oil. Gasoline, etc.—Water wbtte, Iron
barrels or drums. k'4c: 150 degree oil. Iron bar
rels or drums, 9%e; in cases. 16V6c: special do,
pearl oil. in cases, 35>4e; astral, lS'/fcc;
star, 15"4 c: extra star, 1814 c; Elaine. 26c;
eocene, 18'Ae; red crown and motor gasoline, in
bulk 1614 c, ln cases 23V6c; engine. distillate, ln
drums. Be, in cases 7c more; gas machine gaso
line, in bulk 3514 c, in cases 43c; varnish mak
ers* and painters' naphtha, lv bulk 15i4c, ln
cases 22 1 ,4 c
Turpentine—ln cases, 66c; 10 case lots lc
less; drums and iron barrels, 59c; Aroturps,
case 30c, Iron barrels or drums 23c per gallon.
Rosin—F. $9.45; H, $9.50; WG, $11.10 per
barrel of 2SO pounds.
Red and White Lead—Red, B®SV>c; white,
7%@8%c per lb: do in 5 and 10 tOD lota, 7H«
and 7Hc respectively.
Pacific Codfish—The Union Fish company quotes
as follows: Bundles, small, whole, 100 lb bales,
514 c; cases, regular, large, whole. 100 lb bales,
614 c; cases, extra, 100 lb boxes, 7c; cases, east
ern styles 7Vic; Anchor brand, B%c; narrow
gauge. 8"% c; Silver King, OVjc: Golden State,
B%c; White Seal middles, 11%tf211%c: seabright
blocks, B"*ic: oriental blocks. BMsc; Crown brand,
tablets. 9*4e; pearl tablets. 9%c: 5 lb boxes
fancy boneless, lie; 2 lb boxes fancy boneless,
12c: half bbls pickled cod. $6 each.
Tbe Alaska Codfish company auote* ns follows:
Bundles. 514 c; cases. regular, 6%c; do extra. 7c;
do eastern style, 7V4c; Frigate brand. 8&c; nar
row Paragon, $%?; Monaivh, 9%c: Western
Pride, B*fcc; Imperial, 60 lb boxea. HVie; do 40
lb boxes. ll%c: Ocean Wave. 814 c: Siberia, B%c;
2 lb tablets. 1 lb do. 9%c; Choice Bits. 5
lb boxes, lie; 00 2 lb boxes, 12c; 2 lb boneless
Mocks. ll%c; pickled cod. $11 per bbl; half bbls,
Cordage—Manila, Re; sisal, 7c; sisal bale rope,
BV4c per lb; manila bale rope, 8c per lb net cash,
no discount.
Quicksilver— $39@40.
Coal (per ton of 2,000 lbs)—Pennsylvania an
thracite egg $16; Wellington, $8; New Welling
ton, $8: Australian house, $8: rati coals. $9<&10;
Cumberland. $"15 ln bulk and $16.60 in sacks;
coke. $15 in bulk and $17 in sacka.
The Western Sugar Refining compauy quotes at
follows, net cash: Fine granulated, 4.70 c; can
ners' granulated, 4.70 c; fruit granulated, 4.70 c;
H. & E. crystal dotninos, 5 lb cartons In cases,
8.50 c; do 2 lb cartona in cases. 9c; monarch bar,
5.05 c; tablets, ln 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,
4.80e; confectioners' A, 4.70 c; beet granulated,
4.50 c; extra C, 4.20 c: golden C, 4.10 c; D, 4c.
Barrels and 50 It) bags 10c. half barrels 25c,
boxes 50c more per 100 pounds than for bags of
100 lbs net. Bar in 85 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 in 100 Ib bags.
The California and 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 (ht half bhls). 5.20 c; brlcka
(tn 25 lb boxes), 5.45 c; H. & E. crystal domino*
(5 lb cartoos in cases). 8.50 c; do (2 lb cartona
in cases). 9c; extra fine dry granulated (100 lb
bags onlyh 4.50 c; extra C. 4.20 c; golden C,
4.10 c: yellow D. 4c. Additional per 100 lbs:
In bbls and 50 lb bags, 10c more; half bbls, 25c
more; boxes, 50c more for all grades. Bar In
SS and 40 lbs tins, $1.70 more: in 10 lb Una,
$2.35 more. Minimum order, carload weight.
Lo* Angeles Produce Market
(Special Dispatch to The Call)
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11.—Receipts of produce.
on the Los Angeles market today were: Eggs.
404 cases; butter, 25.574 pounds: cheese, 2.373
pounds; potatoes. 1,12» sacks; beans, 4 sacks;
sweets. 121 sacks.
A two carload lot of northern potatoes arrived
at one of the large provision houses and moved
very active. Tbe spuds now on sale at the mar
ket are very cheap. An exceptionally good crop
is selling at 80cfc*l a sack.
Butter (per lbt— California creamery, extra,
35c; creamery firsts. 32Hc
Eggs (per doxeni—Local rancb, candled.
case count, 21V 2 c; pullets. 22c; northern, case
connt. 21c.
1 Cheese <per lb) —Northern fresh, 18c; eastern 1
singles, lb Vie: eastern twins. 18c; eastern Ched
dars 19c; eastern longhornf. 20<g_lc; Oregon
daisies, 18@18Vjc; swls*. Imported. So@"!ic;
swiss, domestic, block. 23c; Roquefort, 45c;
cream brick. 21c: limburger. 22c.
Beans (per ctl)—Xo. 1 pinks, $4.60; No. 1
lima, [email protected]; Lady Washington, No. 1, $4.85
@5; small whites, No. 1. $6.10'3!3.25: blackoyes.
$4: garvanza, *4.50; bayos, $4.50@5; Mexican
reds. $4.50; lentils. $Gtf&7.
Potatoes (per ctlt —Highlands Burhanks, 80c
@$1; Oregons. $1.05*21.10; SaUnas, [email protected];
Lompoca, $1.60(_1.65.
Sweet Potatoes (per ctl) —$2.30.
New York Prod-nee
NEW YORK. Feb. IL—Hops—Quiet.
Hides—Firm. ,
■ Petroleum—Steady.
Sugar—Raw steady; muscovado, 89 test. 2.95 c:
centrifugal, 96 test, 3.48 c; molasses sugar, SO
test. 2.73 c. Refined quiet.
Butter—Steady. Receipts. 12,736 tubs. Cream
ery extras,j37(g3Bc.
Cheese—Steady. Receipts. 148 boxes. State,
whole milk, held, white specials. 17 1 /.j'917%c.
Eggs—Weak. Receipts. 12.182 cases. Fresh
gathered extras, 20(§27c; refrigerator firsts. 20@
Evaporated Apples—Quiet.
Apr 1 cots — Steady.
Chicago Produce Market
CHICAGO. Feb. 11. —Butter—Steady; cream
eries 27@34%c.
Eggs—Easy; receipts, (i.452; at mark, easei
Included. 19@21c; refrigerator firsts, 16;i@17c;
firsts, 22c. -'
livestock Market
CHICAGO. Feb. 11.—Cattle—Receipts, 5.500;
market, steady. Beeves. $0.P0@9; Texas steers,
[email protected]; western steers, [email protected], r .: stockers
and feeders. [email protected]: cows and heifers, $3.10
_7..">0; calves, [email protected].
Hogs—Receipt*, 21.000: market, strong. Light.,
$8(88.35; mixed, $7.90<58.30 ; heavy, $7.85®
8_!0; rough. $7.85 _8; pigs, $6.10 _5.1.".; bulk of
sales. $8.15(178.30.
Sheep—Receipts, 17.000: market, firm. Native.
[email protected]; western. [email protected]; yearling:*, $G.65'3
8; lambs, native, $7fqi9: western, [email protected].
KANSAS CITY. Feb. IL—Cattle—Receipts,
11.000, Including 300 southern«: market, steady.
Native steers, [email protected]; southern steers. $6@
7.55; southern cows and heifers, $4<?sfl.oo; na
tive cows and heifers, [email protected], stockers and
feeder*. $5.75(§7.75; bulls. $5.25(86.25; calves,
$6.50<a;i0; westeru steers. $6.50_5; western cows,
Hogs—Receipts. 15,000; market, 10c to 15c
higher. Bulk of sales, $7.80*37.95: heavy,
$7.80<*8)7.90: packers and butchers, $7.90_8;
light. $7.85(38: pigs- [email protected].
Sheep—Receipts, 8.000: market. 5c to 10c
higher. Muttons. $4.75@-j: Colorado lambs, $8@
A 75: range wethers and yearlings, $5.25_7.60;
range ewes, $3.50®5.50.
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 11. -Cattle--Receipts,
5.800; market, steady. Native steers, $6.75®
8.25: cowa and heifers, $4'3(7: western steers.
$5.50(67.76; Texas steers, $5<t56.30; range cows
and heifers. $3.7536.75: calves, $5.50@9.
Hogs — Receipts. 18.000; market, higher.
Heavy. [email protected]; light. [email protected]; pigs,
$6.50®7.50; bulk of sales. $7.75<_7.85.
Sheep — Receipts, 15,600: market, steady.
Yearlings, [email protected]; wethers, $5.93(g6.50; lambs,
* PORTLAND, Ore. Feh. ll.—Oattle—Receipts.
100. Market steady. Choice steers, $7.5008;
good steers. [email protected]: medium steers,
choice cows, [email protected]; medium cows, $3.50'g
6: choice calves. $S@9; good heavy calves, $8.50
@7.B0; bulls. $5.80®6.
Hogs—Receipts. 700. Market firm. Light,
$7.35<g7.50; heavy, $6(g6.*V>.
Sheep—Receipts. COO. Market steady. Year
ling wethers, [email protected]; ewes, $4<g5.25; lambs,
[email protected].
Cotton Market
NEW YORK, Feb. 11—HillUrd of B. F.
Hutton A Co. says: "One month ago today the
American visible supply was 126.412 bales in
excess of the same date ln 1912. Today our
visible is nearly half a million bales under this
date last year. A year sgo spot cotton was sell
ing 10 points above the July option and 20 points
above October. Receipts are falling ofT every
where and southern s-pots are advancing without
bringing out any cotton to speak of. Liverpool
continues strong, wit* trade conditions excellent.
"Now, either futures are too low or spots too
high. Certainly the new crop options look fit
tractive at a price 130 points under ?pots. This
sdvance is attributed almost exclusively to the
actual demand for cotton, particularly from
Europe. In face of this demand I would rather
believe that futures were too low thsn that
spots were too hlifh. The hieh premiums of the
near months sre indicative of h strong spot sit
uation, and this is one of the best signs of a
bull market. Sentiment In New Orleans and
here Is mostly bearish, but they will be worn
out Just as the bulls were worn out around 13c
.two months ago. Prices are high. It Is true,
following two record crops, but the actual need
of cotton is growing faster than tbe production,
and It "Is useless to try to ignore signs of the
Prehollday liquidation wajs responsible for to
day's decline in tbe option list.
Spot closed quiet and unchanged. Middling
uplands, 13.05 c; do gulf. 13.30 c.
Option. Open High Low Close Feb.lo ago
Feb. ... 12.57 12.57 12.57 12.-V 12.60
March .. 12.57 12.64 12.50 12.53 12.T.9
April 12.40 12.44 .....
May ... 12.44 12.50 12.37 12.40 12.44
June 12.27 12.33
July .... 12.36 12.45 12.29 12.31 12.37
Aug. ... 12.18 12.25 12.15 12.15 12.20
Sept. .. 11.83 11.85 1V.79 11.79 11.85
Oct. ... 11.77 11.79 11.70 11.71 11.79
Dec. ... 11.79 11.80 11.74 11.74 11.79
Jan. ... 11.79 11.79 31.69 11.69 11.79
Boston Wool Market
BOSTON. Feb. 11.—Tbe domestic wool market
remains very quiet. A few sales of territory
stock In original bags are reported, and some
nearby fleeces have changed hands in small lots.
Texas -wools are very quiet. Bidding for the new
clip In the west is said to be light so far. Some
new Arizona wool has arrived and brings 17 _c.
St. Louis Wool Market
ST.-LOUIS, Feb. 11. —Wool—Steady: medium
grades combing and clothing. llKht
fine. 19@21c; heavy fine, 13@18c; tub washed,
New York Coffee Market
NEW YORK, Feb. 11.— E. F. Hutton & Co.'s
wire says: "Cables from Europe were satis
factory. Santos has also msde a good showing,
but with all this the market has been exceed
ingly sioppy, with the leaders appearing to buy
Just enough to keep the market steady through
most of the morning and only coming to the
rescue In the afternoon when the market had
broken badly. This Is not conducive ( to bull
speculation: ln fact, the bears have become
very confident and the stsnehest outside friends
of the market are beginning to wonder what is
the matter. Receipts are running light enough.
Trade, It is claimed, is dull, but deliveries are
large, while the crop certainly seems to be pretty
well sold and Is held by the strongest interests
in the trade. The prospect for another crop ln
Brazil is far from flattering, but people do not
understand why somebody does not take a firm
stand at some point if conditions are as they
seem. A market acting as coffee bas for the
last few days tis very bard to convert new
disciples to. B'JBropc Is expected to come lower
after the hollda-A^tomorrow."
Option— }> »fpen High Low Close
February ..,. Jfc.l *, 12.70 c
March /•/l|_9 ec 13.10 c 12.97 c 12.97 c
April 33.05 c
Oklay '. .1 33.26 c 13.13 c 13.13 c
June /-•. I w» 13.14 c
July W&?:t3.jßqji 13.32 c 13.20 c 13.15 c
August kTa *i--| 13.22 c
September *..f. tSIiM 13.44e 13.20 c 13.20 c
October .Jft..\ 13 •*% 13.20 c 13.26 c 13.26 c
November. *>...,>.- 13.12 c
December . / 13rf20c 13.21e 13.09 c 13.00 c
January .. . l , •. \ 13.08 c
Sales, 96,250 bags.
New York Metal Market
NEW YORK. Feb. IL—Copper steady; stand
ard, spot and February. 14.50 c btd; March. April
and May. 14.50® 15c: electrolytic, 15.75(3 , 16.25c;
lake, 160616.25 c; casting, 15.50 c. Copper exports
this month, 12.256 tons. London—Copper easy;
spot. £68 ss; futures. £66 7s Od.
Tin easy. spot and February, 4!>.12V»<'j'49.37i4c;
March. 48.75<849.25c; April, 48.62* / " ; @49.12%e.
Local exchange sales of tin. 50 tons. London-
Tin steady; spot. £223 10s: futures, £221105.
Lead steady at 4.25_*35c. Loudon—Lead,
*1° l* s *- „~ A.
Spelter easy at 6.40@6,50c. London—Spelter,
** I° B - . ««-^«
Antimony dnll; Cookson's 9.25<*t».50c.
Iron quiet and unchanged. Cleveland warrants,
64* 7'Art In London.
Naval store*— Turpentine and Roaln
SAVANNAH, Ga., Fob. 11.—Turpentine—
Firm, 41?4c; sales, 142; receipts. 403; ship
ments, 136; stocks 22,200. Rosin—Firm: sales,
1.800: receipts, 1,300; shipments, 5,400; stocks,
124.150. Quote: A. B, $6.85; C. D. $6; X,
$6.10; F, $6.20: G. $6.25; H. 6.30: I. $6.35;
K. $6.66; M, $7; *j * T - 05 : WG - * 7 10: WW,
$7.15. .
Archibald McPherson and wife to 11. E. and T.
W. MacArthnr, lot In NB line of Brasil avenue,
25 NW of Moscow street, NW 25 by NE 100;
Marfco Kalaslob and wife to Hoe Fortunich. lot
in W line of Saratoga street, 100 S of Woolscy,
S 25 by W 120; $10. «.i_.--t___.'.,
Otto T. Maysenbalder to Ronald T. Rolnh. lot i
in W line of Forty seventh avenue, 100 S of X
street S 25 by W 120: $10.
John P. Kelly to Melville Hermann, lot in W
line of Thirty-eighth avenue, 100 S of U street,
S 25 by W 120. and two other pieces; $10.
Annie Reid to Florence Stelter, lot. ln N line
of Lombard street, 82:6 E of Pierce, E 27:0 by N
100: $10.
H. Shapiro and wife to .Archibald McPherson.
lot in SW line of Persia avenne, 25 NX of Madrid
stn-<-t. SE 25 by SW 100; $10.
Victor F. Seawell to Guardian Casualty and
Guaranty company, lot in SW line of Underwood
avenue, 225 NW of lugalls street, NW 75 by SW
100; $10.
Henry Mohr and wife to W. de Bretteville,
lot jit SE corner of Turaval street and Twenty
ninth a\enue. B 57: Cby S 100; $2,850.
John S. Purcell and* wife to Pearl A. Heath,
lot in N line of Twenty-fourth street, 280 W of
Douglass, W 25:10 by N 114; $10.
William Heath and wife to John S. PurcelL
lot in N line of Twenty-fifth street, 142:6 E of
Church, E 25 by N 114; $10.
Neal Mctlilliway to Mary McGlUiway (wife),
lot ln-NW line of Guy place, 200 SW of First
street. SW 25 by NW 70: gift.
Anna E. Bull to John J. Barrett, lot in N line
of Jackson street. 110 E of Walnut, E 27:6 by
N 127:81,4 ; $10.
Sallie 8. Mavnard to Louis Devtncenzi et al.,
lot in S line of Greenwich street, 200:6 W of
Mason, W 29, S 120. E 23. N 60, E 6, N 60; $10.
W. IL Obear et al.. trustees, to Samis Dravll
las. lot 12. block 2 Ocean View Park; $10.
Margaret O. Casey to All Stewart, third inter
est in lot at SE corner of Sutter and Franklin
streets. E 42 by S 120. and one other piece; $10.
Charles s. Moore, to Benjamin W. and Lester
Abbott, lot 686. £ift map 2; $10.
August Schivo and wife to Gaitano Vitrano et
al., lot in W line of Powell street, 87:6 S of
'Chestnut. S 2."", by W 100: $10. , _
Albert. A. Friedlander to H. C. Feddersen, lot
in X line of Ninth avenue, 120 S of Geary street.
S 25 by E 120; $10.
H. Kohler company to Francesco Errico et ah.
lot in S line of Green street, 47 E of Kearny, E
34. S 50:0. W 21. N 22:9. W 13, N 34; $10.
Elizabeth Plasecki to Martha A. SsTopek et al..
lot 4, bio* S, Park Lane tract 5, and one otber
piece; $10. . , . . _
John C. Fitschcn to Ella D. Fitschen. lot in a
line of Masonic avenue, 100 N of Page street, N
50 by E 137:6; $10. . * __,
Charles A. Johnson and wife to William Wilson
snd wife, lot in S line of Richland avenue, 17u
W of Mission street. W 25 by S 100; $10.
Martin Plutt to Anna Plutt (wife), lot ln W
lino of Connecticut street, 125 N of Mariposa, N
50 by W 100; gift. ~ . .
Newdl-Murdoch Realty company to Marie A.
Bermel, lot 6, block 12. Forest Hill; $10-
Charles A. Sanders to John H. Sanders, lot
in SB line of Shipley, 250 SW of Fifth, SW
25 by SE 75; $10. „ _ „
Josephine M. Mockler et al. to Max P. Mc-
Cartney, lot in N line of Duncan street, .116 E
of Church. E 24 by N 114; $10.
City Realty company to Otto R- Schrader. lot
at NB corner of Kirkham and Seventh avenue,
N 25 by E O'-; $10.
Sarah J de Ia Montanya to Albert rissis
lot in E line of Battery, 45:10 N of Jackson, N
45:10 by E 66: $10.
William W. Shannon and wife to Robert l
Trow lot at SW corner of Clay street and Grant
avenue. S 65:9 by W 36:9; $10.
Louis D. StofE and wife to Margaret John
ston, lot In S line of Green street, 206:3 W of
Webster, W 3R:9 by S 137:6; $10.
Anna Paokseher to Morris Hanroll and wife.
lot ln W line of Scott street, 75 N of Ellis,
N 20 by W 90; $10.
Gluseopc ClarrittT! to Giuseppe Di Bests. lot
at NW corner of I,orabard and Pierce streets,
W 27:6 by N 100: $10. t .
Catherine Volght to George F. \ olght. lot 2L
block 17, Falrmount tract, and one other piece;
Cyrus T. Sisson nnd wife to Catherine J.
Bali, lot in N line of Sargent street, 25 W of
Ralston, AY 25 by N 100; $10.
Same to same, lot In s line of Broad avenue,
241:3 E of Orizaba. E 81:3 by S 125; $10.
M. Lebovltz and wife to Fanny Kraus. lot in
NE line of Hamilton street, 150 NW.of Silllman.
NW 25 by SE 120; $10.
Central Pacific Land and Lumber company to
B. M. F McKellar. lot In W line of Emerson
street, 100 N of Geary. N 40 by W 120; $10.
Sarah Weinsteln to Martin C. Stewart and
wife, lot at W corner of Hudson avenue and
Keith street, SW 100 by NW 48; $10.
Henry S. Bridge and wife to The American
Land and Trust company, lot ln E line of Forty
first avenue, 125 S of Wawona street, S 100 by
E 120; $10.
United States Building. Realty and Invest
ment society to Pietro Plckel, lot ln W line of
Nineteenth avenue, 100 S of Geary street, S
25 by N 120; $10.
Bertha and John B. Preston to Sigurd Larsen
and wife, lot at NW comer of Cortland and
Prospect avenues, W 23:4 by N 70; $10..
Eugene B. Murphy to.D. T. Murpby, 1-76 of
The "Panama-Pacillc" Expresa and
The "1915" Mall Train*
Leave Union Ferry Depot Arrive
9:10* f Stockton, Sacramento. Salt Lake, "1 8:45p
1 Denver. Omaha. Chicago, Kan- f
7:80p [ sas City, St. Louis J »:Wt
4:LOp Stockton 10:20 a
■'•Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars
via Denver A Rio Orande and Missouri Taxiflc,
Rock Island lines and Burlington route.
Dining Cars and Electric Lights.
Schedule Effective
Nov. 6, 19i2
V* San Francl,,co
Leave I VIA SACSAIJTO 1 Arrive
7:4sa;Petaluuia. Santa Rosa. Healds
burg, Cioverdale, Uklah. Wil
ms Longvale. "Sebastopol. 7:05p
8:15 a Sonoma, Glen Ellen ft6:osp)
) J6:35p J
8:15 a Pt. Reyee. Camp Meeker. Moots T t6:35p I
I Rio Duncan Mills, Casadero (t":3spj
8:45 a Pctslnma, Santa Rosa, Ouerne-
I ville. Monte Rio, Duncan f-HLSSp?
Mills, Casadero (leaves from (J7:3spj
Duncan Mills)
10:45 a Petaluma, Santa Rosa. Healds
] burg 6:05p
1:45p Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Ouerne-
I Monte Rio, Duncan •
Mills 10:36 a
12:45piPt. Reyes, Camp Meeker
3:15p Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Healds
] bnrg Cioverdale. Uklah,
Willits, 'Sebastopol *... IMS*
4:45p Sonoma, Glen Ellen 9:S5a
6:lsp'Petaluma, Santa Rosa. Healds-
I bnrg 9-.mn
Sausalito. Mill Valley, San Rafael —Dally
every 30 minutes from 6:45 a. m. until 9:45
a. m.; hourly until 2:45 n. m.. then 3:15 p. m.
and every 30 minutes until 6:45 p. m., then 7:48.
9:16, 11:15 p. m. and 12i30 a. in.
Fairfax—Leaves t8:45. 7:15, 7:45, 8:15. 8:45,
0:15. 9:45, 10:45, 11:46 a. m.: 12:45, 1:46, 2:45,
3:15 3:45, 4:15, 4:45. 5:15, 6:45, 6:15, 6:43,
7:45! 9:15, 11:15 p. m.; 12:30 a. m.
San Quentin via San Rafael—Leavs dally at
9:13 a. m and 1:45 p. m.
Tiburon and Belvedere —Daily evsry hour from
6-45 a. m. until 1:45 p. m.; then 3:15 p. m. and
every hour until 6:15; then 7:43,9:15 and 11:16
p. m. and 12:30 a. m.
•Arrives daily 10:35 a. m. ••Arrives Sundays
7:05 p. in., week days 6:35 p.m. tExcspt Sun
days. JSundavs only. only.
Red Line Transfer Company's agents st* au
thorised to check bajfgare direct from residence.
OR l__ M
ItoM-Trip, $1.10 tomtom Trip. MJO T
It. In Frmlsct U. Nitft W«a_ tt. it T_mp_t
______ ___jy Weekday Samiay Weekday Ssaday
9:45»T45it 7=2oa 11:50 a 7:Ma 10:40 a
1:45p S:4sa I:4o[* 112:60p Ufa iUfla
♦ 4:45* 10:45 a WOp 1:5«P 4:4|p 1:41*
11:45 a 4:509 2:50p * 8:35p g:40»
1: _Bff 3:50P _:4&
2:46> 4:40*1 4:40p
•Saturdaysonly, t Mondays only. fMt.Tamalpaisonljb
C SausalitoTerry—'W. Kearny 4980
Ticket Offices < 687 Market—TeL Kearny 2751
( 874 Market—TeL Donalw 4407
General Offiee-MiO Valley. CaL T-« MtUValley Sab.Sl
hUnHUad N*v7 Yu- V*_ya Nape. St
Bests _iv» 700 MSaa. 12:30 A9O. ftOO p m
ITiiitfc nt "nt -titt r-illlsi / j
. Ptaws* tmnr 40* ' , Msab •Is oarta, I
Office and Salesroom, Van Ness at Sacramento.
Phone Franklin 2264. Tbe old established
house of CURTIS—no connection with any
20 head Eastern Oregon horses, weighing from
1,200 to 3,400 lbs.: young, sound and well
broken; all hor«es guaranteed as represented.
Phone Oakland 2148. McALPINE A CARR, 4th
and Clay sts., Oakland.
jm& $88-340 Tell St. A^
JUST ARRIVED! One carload draft and wagon
homes; some nice, big msres; sll young, sound.
Also good mares snd horses, footsore, 1,400 to
1.600 lbs., for farm work.
Pbone Market 3877. JOS. LEVY.
lot at NE corner of McAllister and Jones streets.
N- ? 275, E 102:6, S 181:6V4, SW 159:8%. W
L. M. Juhl and wife to Guldo E. Barossl. lot
In S line of Lombard street, 220 W of Jones,
W 27:6 by S 137:6; $10.
George J. Harvey to John A. Hench, lot in
N line of line street, 77:6 W of Grant avenue,
W 20 by N 00 $10.
* William H. Reid and wife to Annie M. CernnifT,
lot in E line' of Dtdores street, 76 S of Twenty
first. S 25 by E 00; $10.
Prlscilla Perry to P. Rothermel. lot 42, block
15. City Land association; $10.
J. G. K-lumpke to same, same; $10.
William C. Federlein to D. David, lot In B line
of Kansas street, 125 S of Twentieth, S 25 by E
100; $10.
Lewis Kaberrv and wife to Josle E. Welcome,
lot 26. block A, Ashbury Park Terrace; $10.
Ernest F. Henne to the McCarthy company,
lot In E line of Thirty-second avenue, 256 S of
California street. S 25 by E 120; $10.
Henry P. Alzeroth and wife to George Rosen
thai, lot in S line of Erie street, 137:6 W of
Howard. W 25 by S 85; $10.
8. Ducas company to Clifford S. Allred. lot
13, block 15, Sunnysfde; $10.
Building Contract*
William C. and Pearl Heath with J. R. Pnr-
£uv* (Foot ol Market Street) Arrive
(Subject to change without notice)
2.15 a Nilea, livenaore, Tracy, Lathrop,
Stockton, Lodi, Gait. Elk Grove,
S»c-__*nto,Roieville,Auburn,Colf»x 10.40p
2.15 a Sacramento, Marysville. Biggs, Chico. 10.40p
6.40 a Richmond, Fort Costa, Martinez,
Antioch, Byron Hot Springe, Tracy,
Patterson. Newman, Los Banos,
Ingle, Kennan. Fresno II •59*1
6.40 a San Leandro, Hayward. Niks, Saa
Joee 6-50P
7.00 a The Statesman—Richmond, Wllejo
Junction (Vallejo), Port Costa,
Benicia, S_»un, Elmira, Davis,
Sacramento 6.50p
7.20 a Goidfield Pass.—Truckee. Haien, Wa
buaka (Yerrington, Hudson). Mint.
Tonopah, Goidfield. Laws, Keeler.. B.loa
750 a Richmond, Port Costa, Benicia, Sui
sun, Dixon, Sacramento 7.50p
7.20 a Elmira. Vacavitle. Rumaey 7.50p
7.20 a Roseville, Marysville (Oroville), Red
ding, Dunsmuir lO^Oji
7.20 a iJavia, Woodland, Williams. Maxwell,
WiUowa, Hamilton, Corning, Red _
Bluff 7.50e
7.20 a Nilea, Pleasanton, Livermore, Tracy,
Lathrop Stockton (Oakdak), Lodi,
Sacramento 7.30p
7.20 a Tracy, Patt jraon, Newman, Loa Banos,
Ingle, Kennan. Fresno 4.30p
7.40 a Richmond, Vallejo. Napa, Calistoga,
Santa Rosa, Crockett, Fort Costa... 6.1 Op
♦7.40 a Avou, -taut Creek, San Ramon,
Livermore t6.50p
B.ooa Newark, West San Joae, Los Gatos,
Wright, Felton (Ben Lomond, Boul
der Creek), Santr Crui B-50p
8.40 a Port Costa. Martinei. Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy (Stockton), Merced.
Berends, Madera, Fresno, Fowler,
Selma, Traver, Goshen Junction
(Hanford, Armona), Tulare, Bakert
field 4.30p
8.40 a Visalia, Lindiay, Porterville, Ducor.. 7.1 Op
8.40 a Yoeemite Valley via Merced 4.30p
B.ooa Irvington, San Jo» 7-30p
B.ooa Niles, Pleasanton, Livermore, Stock
ton (• Milton), Valley Spring. lone,
Sacramento 4.30p
6.00s Tuolumne. Sonora,Jamestown, Angel*. 2.50p
o.ooa ittlantie Express—Sacramento, Truc
kee, Ogden, Salt Lake City, Denver,
Kansas City, Omaha, Chicago 8.30p
B.ooa Tonopah-Goidfield Standard bkeper.. _'°"
B.ooa Vallejo Junction, Vallejo | 7,bo\
8.40 a Richmond, San Pablo, Pinole, Vallejo
Junction, Crockett, Port Costa, Mar
lines, Avon, Concord, San Ramon.. 6.1 Op
10.20 a San Francisco Overland Limited-
Denver, Kansai City, St. Louis,
Omaha, Chicago 2.10p
10.40 a Vallejo, Mara Island. Naps. 12.60p
10.40 a Stockton. { 'JfoJ
10.40 a Los. Angeles Passenger—Fort Costa,
Martinei, Byron Hot Springs. Tracy,
Stockton, Merced. Madera. Fresno,
(Hanford. Coalinga, Visalia), Bakers
field, Lot Angeles 7.10p
11.20 a Shasta Limited—Portland. Tacoma,
Seattle 8.50p
12.001* Richmond, Port Coat*. Benicia, Sui- \ 10.30 a
sun, Elmira, Dixon, Sacramento.. / 11.10 a
12.0011 Davis,Williams,Colusa June.Willows,
Germantown, Orland, Hamilton.... 6.50p
1200n Marysville. Chico, Red Bluff. 4.30p
I.oop Nile*, Irvington, San Jose 2.50p
1.20p San Leandro, Nik*, Oentervilto, New
ark. (Redwood), San Joee 7.50p
1.40p Newark, Alviso, Agnew Santa Clan,
Wart San Jose I O.OOp
fl .40p Wright, Boulder Creek, Santa Qua .. IO.OOp
2.40p Sao Leandro. Niks, San Joee 7.30p
3.00p Benicia, Winters Sacramento —Wood-
land, Tudor, Yuba City, Marysville,
Orovilk H.lOa
S.2op Richmond. Port Costa, Martinez,
Byron Hot Springs, Modesto. Merced.
Madera, Fre«no 10.40p
4.00p Port Corta, Martinet, Concord. Walnut
Creek, San Ramon, Livermore 8.30 a
4.00p Richmond. Valkjo, Napa, Calistoga,
Gkn Ellen. Santa Rosa. 8.30 a
4.00p Nike (Oentervilk, Newark). Sunol,
Pleaaanton. Livermore, Tracy,
Stockton, Lodi Sacramento 12.50P
4.40? San Leandro, Hayward. Nika, Pleaa
anton, Livermore 8.30 a
4.40p Irvington. San Jose 8.30 a
4.40p Tracy, Patterson, Newman, Loe Bano*
Kennan. Freano I 0 40p
4.40p Valky Flyer-Port Coeta, Byron Hot
Springs, Tracy. Modesto, Merced,
Madera, Fresno, Goshen Junction,
Tulare, Bakersfieid, Mojave, Lot
Angeles 1250p
B.OOp Valkjo, Port Costa, Benicia, Suisun,
Sacramento, Roeevilk, Lincoln,
Wheatland, Maryjvilk (Orovilk),
Gridky. Bio*. Chico 11.30 a
B.OOp Davis, ArbucEk, Williams, Willcwi,
Orland, Tehama I 0 40p
B.OOp Newark. West San Jo**. Los Gatos. . 9.30 a
6.20p San Leandro. Lorenio, Hayward,
Nik*. Pleasanton, Livermore. Tracy,
Stockton .... 3,10p
6.20p Owl Limited—Port Corta, Tracy,
Fresno, Los Angele* B.loa
6.20p Hayward, Nik* and San Jon 6.50p
6.40p Eastern Express—Ogden. Pueblo.Den
ver. Kama* City, St.Louis, Chi.-ago. 8.30p
6.40p Port Corta, Benicia, Suisun, Elmira,
Sacnmanto, Colfax, Truckee, Reno,
Sparks 8.30p
7.00p China and Japan * Mall—Ogden.
Cheyenne, Denver; Kansa* City,
Omaha, Chicago 3.10p
7.00» Port Corta, Byron Hot Springs, Stock
ton, Sacramento, Colin, Truckee.
Reno 3.10 a
J7oop Richmond ' Vallejo\ Port Corta, Mar
tinet, Concord, Walnut Creek, Plea*
entun, Nik*. Oakkcci 12.46 a
8.20p Oregon Express—Sacramento. Rose
viik, Msrysvilk. Redding (Klamath
Falls). Ashland. Portland, Tacoma,
Seattk. Spokane l.lOp
B.oop Mt Eden, Alvarado. Newark, Santa
C_ra,SaaJoae 7.50p
8.40p Bakersfieid, McKittrick, Hazktott,
Monarch, Moron, Felkw, Shak 7.50 a
8.40p Richmond, Port Costa, Tracv. Mo
desto, Merced, Madera, Freano,
Hanford, Tulare 7.50 a
6.40p Hanford, Armona, Lemoore, Huron,
CoaHng* 7.50 a
8.40p Visalia. Exeter. liaeUar. Portervilk,
1 Ducor, Famoao 7.50 a
1 10.20p Portland Expres*—Davis, Wiltew*.
Rod Bluff. Weed. (Klamath FalM,
Ashland, Rowburg. Portland. Ta
coma, Beattk 7 30a
From Paeffle Street Wharf
Thi* route offers exceptional opportunity for Auto
mohtlirta to reach all point* on the Sacramento River:
Co2li_tvilk, Emmaton. Rio Vista, Iskton, Ryde, Walnut
Grove, Vorden, Courtknd, Clarkaburg, Sacramento.
Steamer Seminole or Navajo, leaves San Francisco 8.30
a. ra. daily except Sunday and Wednesday, arriving
Sacramento 7.00 p. m. Leave Sacramento 8.30 a. m.
daily except Sunday aad Wednesday, arriving San
Francisco 5.30 p. m. Stopping in either direction at all
point* shown above.
Steamer Matfoe or Apache, leaves San Francisco 1.00
p. m. daily except Sunday; arrive San Francisco 11.30
p. m. daily except Monday.
Steamer Navaja or Semino'e. leaves Saa Francisco
9.00 p. m- duly except Sundays, arriving Sacramento
7.00 a. a. daily except Monday. Leave Sacramento
9.00 p. ra. daily* except Sunday*, arriving San Francisco
7.00 a. m. daily except Monday. No stops en route in
either direction.
Office and Salesroom. 855 Mission st.
Pays hif-hest price for stl kinds of furniture,
merchandise etc. Houses bought In their en
tirety. Goods sold ou commis«ion.
Phone —Sutter 1209
3fe ._© j_2
THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1913, 11 A. M.
By order of United States bankruptcy courts, we
will sell the balance of Metropolis Construction
00. contracting outfit, comrtatiaa ot hor—a, har
nesses and wagon*: one fine business busgy horse
and harness, used by them In their business, and
a lot of copper wire. A good chance for ranchers
and farmers to get a cheap mare or horse at your
own price. Don't forget to attend this sale.
cell—All work for s two story frame building In
N line of Twenty-fourth street. 2NO W of Dong
lass, W 25:10 by N 114: $2,880.
The insurance exchange with the Dow Pump and
Diesel Engine company. Otis Elevator compajiy
and J. E. O'Mara —Elevator pump, elevators and
pipe connections for buildings at SE corner of
California and I>eidesdorff streets and SW corner
of California and Leidet*d<*rfr streets; $47,447.
Nat Raphael with ajohn G. Sutton company—
Automatic sprinkler for a three story concrete
building at S corner of So_th park and Second
street; $0,014.
The American Fish and Oyster company with
P F Speidel—Alterations on building in N lln»
of Clsy street. 137:6 E of Montgomery, E 45:10
by N 122; $1.925.
Most of the political Jobs seem to re
quire men who haven't sense enough to
make (food In a business of their own.
Leava ClTurd and Townsend Streets) Arriee
("Subject to change without notice)
t 6.05 a Valencia Street, Ocean View, Colma,
Cemeteries, Baden. San Bruno t •«■■
5.45 a South San Franeiiico, San Joee, Morgan
hill. Gilroy, Sargent, Pajaro, Watson
viUe, Santa Crui §•_?•
-t 5.45 a Los Altos, Monta Vista, Los Gatos .4 9.45 a
7.00 a Coaster—San Jose, Morganhiil, Gilroy,
Pajaro, Castroville, Salinas, Soledad,
King City, Paso Robles Hot Springs,
San Luis Obispo, Surf (Lompoc),
• Santa Barbara, Ventura, Oxnaid, _„_
Los Angeles.. 10.30b
7.00 a Hollister, Tres Pinos—WatsoDville.
Santa Cru z— Del Monte, Montar,,,
Pa_ie Grove |0.30p
t 7.05 a South San Francisco, Palo Alto, San
Joee. Way Station* 7.5C>
t 7.05 a LosAKos, Monta Vista, Los Gatos...§ 3.25s
B.ooa Shore Line Limited—Paso Robles Hot
Springs, Santa Barbsrs.Los Angeles. 9.50*
8.05 a Mayfield, Lo* Altos, Lo* Gatos,Wright.
Glenwood (Boulder Creek), Santa
Crui, Watsonville, Castroville. Del
Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grove 9.055,
9.00 a San Jose, Morganhiil, Gilroy. Sargent,
Salinas,. Soledad, San Miguel Pa*o
Robles Hot Spring*. San Luis Ohupo 4.00»
».00a Hollister, Tree Pino*—Watsonville,
Santa Crui—Del Monte. Monterey,
Pacific Grove 4.00>
10.40 a South San Francisco, Burlingame. San
Mateo. Palo Alto, Mayfield, Loa Al- , (2 30p
tos, Los Gatos, j 7.20p
11.30 a Valencia Street, Ocean View. Colma.
Cemeteries. Baden. San Bruno 1"55*
11.40 a South San Francisco. San Joae t 8.20 a
1.20p Saturday* only—San Mateo, Red
wood. Mayfield, Mountain View,
Saniose tll.OOp
1.20p Saturdays only—Lo* Altos, Monta
Vista, Los Gatos. $3.25$
2.00(1 Del Monte Express—San Jose, Mor
ganhiil, Gilroy, Sargent, Watsonville,
Santa Crui, Del Monte, Monterey.
Pacific Grove. (Salinas) 12.30$
2.05p Easton, San Mateo, Palo Alto, Saa
Jose 8.401
t 2.1 Op South San Francisco, Redwood, Santa
Clara, West San Joae. Loa Gatos,
Wright, Felton, (Boulder Creek),
Santa Cms 11».301
3.00p South San Francisco. San Mateo, Saa
Joee, Morganhiil, Gilroy. Tie* Pinos.
Salinas 10.10 a
3.00p Watsonville, Santa Crui. Castroville,
Del Monte, Monterey, Pacific Grove 10.10*
3.25p Budingame, San Mateo, Redwood.
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Lo* Altos, Loa
Gato* 8.45p
t 3.25p Wright, Boulder Creek. Santa Cm.. 111-30 a
4.00p Sunset Express—Tucson, Deming, El
Paso, Houston, New Orleans. Chi
cago 9.15 a
4.00p Washington Sunset Route —Washing-
ton, D.C.. New York and East 9tls_
4.00p Salinas, Paso Robles Hot Springs,
San Lui* ObUpo. Santa Bar-bank
Ventura and Lo* Angele* 9.15 a
4.00p Kansas City, St. Louis, Chicago 9.16 a
4.20p South San FrancUco, San Jose t 7.25 a
j 4.55p Santa Crui Limited—Mayfield. Los
Alto*. Los Gato*. Felton, (Boulder
Creek). Santa Cm* t 8.45 a
i t 6.05p Burlingame, San Mateo, Redwood.
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Santa Clara.
San Jose t 0.30 a
t 5.20p Redwood. Atherton, Menlo Park,
Palo Alto, Mayfield, Mountain View,
Sunnyvale, San Joes t 9.00 a
t 6.20p Los Altos, Monta Vista. Los Gatos... t 840 a
t 5.25p Easton, Redwood, Mountain View,
San Jose 9,40 a
t 5,30p Loop—Valencia Street, Ocean View,
Cemeteries, South San Francisco,
23d Street, 3d and Townsend. f 8.40$
5.40p San Bruno, San Mateo. Redwood.
Palo Alto, Santa Clara, San Joaa... 7.45p
t 5.40p Mavfield. Los Alto*, Los Gatos t 9.40 a
S.OOp Tuesdays—Sunset Limited de Luxe,
New Orleans and East Arrive Sun
day. IMXta
t SOOp Millbree, San Mateo, Redwood. May
field. Lo* Altos. Lo* Gato* t B.ooa
t 6.05p 23d Street, Viatacion. Bouth Ba>*
Francisco, Valencia Street „ * 7.15p
6.30s South San Franrisco. San Jose 5.45p
B,oop The Lark—Santa Barbara, Lo* Angels* 9.45 a
8. i Op San Jose and Way Stations 7.30 a
IO.OOp Lo* Angele* Morganhiil,
Salinas, Paso Robles Hot Springs.
San Ltd* Obispo, Santa Barbara and
Los Angeles. 8.25 a
10.08p South San Francisco, San Jose 11.55p
I i.45p South San Francisco, Palo Alto, Saa
Joss 7.35 a
Via Oakland *>*r
Ta Oakland, 11th St., and Berkeley via Shattuck Aye:
and Ellsworth St. Lin**,—Daily—From 6.00 a. _-, and
every twenty minute* until 8.20 p. m.. inclusive; then
9.00,9.40,10.20,11.00,11.40 p. m., 12.20 and 1.20 a_i.
Additional boat* Saturdays and Sundays only, 8.40
p. m., 9.20, 10.00. 10.40 and 11.20 p. m.
To Berkeley via California St. and Wait Bsrksisy. Albany
via Ninth St. Llns*.—Daily—From «6.00 a. m, -18.20,
•6.40, T7.00 a. m. and every twenty minutes until 8.20
p. m. inclusive; then 9.00,9.40,10.20,11.00,11.40 pjn..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additional boat* Saturday* and
Sunday* only, 8.40 p. nu, 9.20, 10.00. 10.40 and 11.20
p. m.
Te Oakland, Washington-Broadway, East Oakland,
Fruitvale and Melro** via S*v*tith St—Daily—From
6.00 a. m-, then every twenty minutes until 8.20 p. m.,
inclusive; then 9.00. 9.40 10_0, 11.00, 11.40 p. m..
12.20 and 1.20 a. m. Additicnal boat* Saturdays and
Sunday»onJy, 8.40 p. m., 9_o, 10.00, 10.40 aad 1120
p. m.
Horseihaa to Oakland. Washington-Broadway, Frcltvsle,
Alameda. North Side— Daily—From 6.00 a. m., "16.20.
6.40, 7.00, 7.20, 7.40. 8.00. 8.40 and forty minutes past
the hour until 3.40 p. m.; then 4.00, 4.40, 5.00, 5.20,
5.40, 6.C0, 6.20, 6 40. 7.00, 7.40. 8.20, 9.00. 9.40, 10.20,
11.00, 11.40 p. m.. 12.20 and 1.20 a. m.
To VlgorH. Stags. Pullman. Richmond (Steam Service)—
"16.40 and 7.40 a. m., 3_o p. m, 4.20. 6.20, p. m.
To Stonehurtf (Steam Ssrvie*)—l6-00. t6.40, f7J».
♦9.00, JlO.OO a. m., J1.20 p. m.. :2.00, :3.00, t3.20.
M.CO, *5.00, »5.40 and t6.20 p. m. ,
Via Alameda Piar
To Oakland. I4th and Franklin St*.—
6.15. 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minutes past the
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 Side—
6.15, 6.45 a. m. and then 15 and 45 minute* past the
hour until 7.45 p. Nt; then 8.30. 9.15, 19.00. 10.45,
11.30 p. m. and 12.15 a. m.
From Saa Francisco. South End of Ferry Building, for
Broadway Wharf, Oakland—Week days 6.00 a. m. and
every haH hour until 9.00 p. m., inclusive. Sundays
and holidays 6.00 a. m. and every half hour until
11.00 p. nu, inclusive. Boats leave Broadway Wharf-
Week days 6.15 a. m. and every half hour until 8.45
p. ra. inclusive. Sundays and holidays. 6.16 a. m.
and every half hour until 10-45 p. m.. inclusive.
a for Morning. *Daily. p for Afternoon.
tSunday excepted JSunday only. JSaturday omy.
a Monday.
Agents collect baggage aad check* on trains or boat* ti
Southern Pacific Company, and deliver baggage to roil*
dene*. They are authorized to check btgg»ai direct free

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