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It is propably the first time in the history of the SAN FRANCISCO READY-MADE CLOTHING- TRADE that we have had occasion to place the above WARNING at the TOP
LINE OF OUR ADVERTISEMENT, and this after an active experience of nineteen years.
nflM'T DC nilDCn illto the belief h * cllca P clothing concerns on the inner edge of the Barbary Coast who nfllU'T DC RUDER— WB SAY AGAIN, DON'T BE DUPED— when you can buy from us clothing, evcrj
UUII I DC UUICU attempt to lead you into the idea that they have purchased clothing to the amount of j UUli I DC 11111 garment of which is guaranteed, and every garment for which we stand ready to re-
one hundred and fifty thousand dollars from a large clothing concern about declining business on the Pacific Coast. ' fund the purchase money if misrepresented in any way, at prices at least twenty-five per cent less than you can
nnW'T DC RUDER illto t,lc belief that you can bny a thirty-dollar suit for ten dollars, or a twenty-five iu chase the same elsewhere.
UUII I DC UUrCU dollar suit for seven dollars and a half. Those who advertise matte* of the kind must ! nftlHT nr nil A^ain we say it— for there is no reason in the world why you should. If yon are buy-
either ßelieve newspaper readers are natural born fools or must be willing to allow newspaper readers to con- DON T DC DUPED fig FINE BEADY-MADE CLOTHING we are showing the Largest Stock on thf
sider them as such. j PACIFIC COAST, of which a bird's-eye view will convince you. In fact we have more FIBST-CLASS BEADY
nnWT DC RUDER °y t floSe wno * n the Heady-made Clothing trade of the day arc in precisely the same , CLOTHING in sight the year round that we will guarantee both perfect-fitting and perfect value than
UUP) I Dl UUICU position as scabs to the regular journeyman tradesman. They are little less than any FOUB clothing shops, stores, or houses combined— as they might call themselves— San Francisco,
clothing scavengers, emanating from Clothing Parlors— the term used— and are not recognized, as a rule', ■»*.,■—«--»„«■-» , ir „ -m™ cm™ , _*«_-„ *-, _-« *„ _-_*_ *«,-.■. _*,„.-_■_ **.«_-«
by the legitimate clothiers throughout the United States. HAN'T RF II PER We can sell you ME]J SSI iTSf or 56.50— $7.50 $8.50— 59.50— 0 50— 1.50
, J s UUII I DC UUICUi and varying ONE DOLLAB PEB SUIT to THIBTY DOLLABS PEB SUIT. AND we
nnM'T DC RUDER in your purchase of Clothing. An ordinary business suit should last yon at least from can sell you OVEBCOATS at $4,50— 55.50 — $6.50— 57.50— 58.50 and $10— varying but ONE DOLLAR UP
UUII I DC ILU six to ten months. These fiends take about fifteen minutes to dupe you, and you have TO TIIIBTY DOLLABS. AND we can sell you PANTS cheaper than those who have ASSIGNEE SALES and
time after being duped to consider how it was done in the shape of an ill-fitting suit, for which you have paid are apparently passing 'round the hat for contributions— AND WE ABE NOT FINANCIALLY EM-
about fifty per cent too much. I BABBASSED EITIIEB.
Straw Hats for the Million Summer Clothing for the Masses ! General Outfitters for the Human Race!
921 to 928 Market Streets! J. FLAVIN A CO.-wThrough to Ellis Street.
Postoffice Box 1996. Catalogues free on application, Country orders promptly attended to.
A FOIK-LEAF CLOVE li.
I FOUND this morning a four-leaf clover
Under the apple-tree, sparkling with dew;
And I will "be lucky." and you will "be
If only the omen ls really true.
Before I took my emerald treasure
Away from the sunbeams that on lt fell,
1 wished— but 1 must not tell you what,
For if I do It will break the spell.
1 wished, I wished— oh, I must not tell.
But it my wish should ever come true.
And I most earnestly hope it will,
Why, then I will tell my wish to you.
Junt.lSSO. Grace lIiuDAKD.
TURNING THE TABLES.
M*iOW what a pleasant evening we can
* have here all alone! said little Mrs.
i Grey, dropping the crimson curtains
'in the cosy sitting-room and turning
to her husband as she spoke. "But I should
like to go to the opera!" she milled, her
dimpled face lengthening a little. "You
half promised, you know, Fred, but I sup
pose you are tired."
"Yes," yawned her drowsy spouse from
his post upon the sofa.
"But never mind," finished Rosa, con
solingly; "we can go another time, and I
will read to you." And she drew nearer
the shaded light on the center-table and
picked up a book. "Hark! there is the
door-belL" And she rose to her feet.
"Stay, I will answer it," said Fred, sud
denly forgetting his weariness: and spring
ing up he went hurriedly into the hall,
"Rosa," lie said, presently reappearing at
tbe door, "it's Davis. I have promised to
go with him to B street, to see a sick
friend of his. You wont be lonely, pet,
with so much to entertain you."
And with a kiss lie was gone, with her
"Don't Stay long!" ringing alter him.
Boss sat listening till the sound of their
footsteps died away.
"Now 1 shall have to spend the evening
all alone. On, dear!" she sighed, discon
At that moment she spied a bit of paper
lying on the carpet, and stooping, picked it
up. It ran tnus :
Opera at halt-past eight. Will call. Davis.
"Ah!" said Kosa, her brows contracting
as she spoke. "That's it!" and she tossed
the note into the fire. "That detestable
Davis— and Fred, too!" she finished, the
tears springing to her eyes quickly.
"Why didn't he say so if be did not want
Hie tO Err?
"Oh she finished. "If I could only go
And with a little sigh she sat down again,
and looked into the fire.
Soon the door-bell rang again.
" Show him in," was her reply to the
maid's announcement that a gentleman
wished to see her. " I wonder who he is?"
she murmured, passing her hand over her
fair hair. "Why, George !" an instant later
was her delighted exclamation. " When
did you come?"
Further exclamations wero lost In fond
kisses from the lips of, the tall, bearded
"My darling little sister! So you are
glad to see the wanderer?" was the first af
*' Indeed, I'm delighted!" warmly re
sponded Kosa. "How handsome you have
" Flatterer!" nulled her brother. "But
where is Fred?" lie asked, suddenly. "I
am anxious to make the acquaintance of
that happy brother whom I have never
seen, How much I wanted to come to the
wedding, dear, you cannot know. I was in
Brazil when your message reached me. But
what's the matter?" he asked, pausing
quickly and glancing at Kosa's grieved
face. " There," seeing tears in the bright
eyes, " tell me all about it."
Kosa poured the tale into his sympathiz
ing ears, and ended with:
"Oh. George! if we could only go?"
"And go we will!" said George, rising
and looking at bis watch. "How soon can
you be ready
"In fifteen minutes." laughed Kosa, glee
fully, and she ran blithely away to dress.
"Grey." said Davis, giving his friend a
nudge, "who ls that last party that is mak
ing such a sensation?"
Grey turned carelessly, and looked ; the
look deepened to a stare, and be gazed
blankly at the lady, who fluttered her
spanglod white fan with the faintest sug
gestion of a smile, as she turned to her
companion with a remark which he bent
his handsome head low to hear.
Fred turned scarlet, then pale, and
clutched Davis fiercely by the arm.
"Why," he gasped, "it's Kosa! And who
on earth has she with her?"
"I don't know!" returned Davis, Indiffer
ently. "Some friend, probably. Sit down,
Grey; don't make a stupid of yourself!"
■* "1 went sit down!" retorted Fred, iras
cibly. "Friend! My wife here with another
man!" And he strode from tho house.
"I'll go home," he muttered, angrily, "and
see what it all means. Serves me right for
leaving fieri How lovely she was! I
didn't know she was half so beautiful!
But my proud darling at the opera with
another! I cannot understand It!"
A few minutes' rapid walking brought
him to his home.
Mr. Grey made hit way Into the little
room he had left an hour before with such
different feelings. Tire light was burning
■ brightly, the papers scattered about, the
open book, even the little lace-trimmed
handkerchief that in her baste she had
dropped upon the floor, all spoke eloquently
of the dear little wife; and Fred groaned
as he picked up, with nervous fingers, a
card from the table, on which was written:
"Gone with a handsomer man," and on the
other side, "George Curtiss."
Fred laid it down as quickly ns though
.. the Innocent pasteboard scorched his fingers,
not noticing in bis haste that the name was
the maiden one of his Kosa, and. falling
upon the sofa, buried his face in the pillow,
" My little love gone— given to another—
lost to me!"
Soon the sound of carriage wheels reached
him. There was a soft rustle across the
carpet, and two hands touched him, while
a sweet, familiar voice cried:
"Poor Fred! are you sick? Brother
George has come," she completed, breath
less, as be sat up, looking pale and hag
gard. "He took me to the opera; I was so
And seeing , the outstretched hand and
twinkling eyes, Fred extended his own, say
" Welcome home, brother George! I must
thank you for your care of Kosa in my ab
"Not at all! Not at all!" responded
George, as they heartily shook hands. "I
am delighted to meet the happy fellow who
won my pet sister." And no further allu
sion was made to the affair.
"Fred," said Bosa, demurely, as they
entered their own apartments, "is that
friend of Davis' better? And"— very grave
ly— " how came you to attend the opera?"
"Rosa," cried Fred, turning Impulsively
and catching her in his arms, "don't tease
me! How could you frighten me so, dar
"Did you care so much?" whispered
Kosa, nestling closer. "But you deceived
me aud I felt it keenly! If you had only
told tue! But we will be good now, wont
we?" and she put up her lips for the kiss
"Of course we will," said Fred, penitent
ly, choking over the tender reproach. "I
never will again if you forgive me this once.
I was punished, I think; I thought 1 bad
lost my wife. But," he added, quickly, "we
did call to see the friend first," and he had
the grace to flush a little.
"Smart woman, that little wife of mine,"
he remarked to Davis as he told him about
it next morning. "Turned the tables
"Humph!" muttered Davis. "Told you
so!" E. la.
REAL ESTATK TRANSACTIONS.
Wm. Wooler to Wm. I. Wooler, lot on TV.
Hue of Thirty-third aye., 175 >'. of J St.,
N. 25x1110 10
James Itountree et al. to Dena Lohcnstcln, lot
on >'. line of l'age st., 32:6 vv. of Lyou, 25x
Deua Loneirsteiii to James Kountree et ah,
lot on vv. line of Fiercest., 37 of Turk,
N. 25x87 :6 10
Daniel K. Coiton anil wife to Joseph Schanzer
anrl wife, lot on vv. line of Fierce st.. 110 S.
of Eddy, S. -.'7:61100 10
Henry Uice to Dora Itlee, lot on SW. Hue of
Bass St., 85 xl. of Howard, BE, 25x75: also,
lot on SK. line of Minna St., 275 >!_. oC
Sixth. NL. .11x70 10
Francis 31. Hatch to James N. Porter, lot on
SW. cor. of Clay and Laurel sts., VV. 08:6
X127:8.i .* 10
James Kelly to Catherine Itussel loionN'E.
line nt honrlli st., 80 SK. of Folsom, BK* 40
x 57:6 1
John Koss to Alexander Hoss, the undivid
ed 2-5 of a lot on the K. line oi First St., 87 :6
S. or Folium. 8.50x87:6 10
Eugene N. Fritz and wife to Acnes Maguire,
lot on W. line of DeLongst., 195 S. of Fred
erica. 8. 45x.u 2,520
JI. li. de Young to Mary li. Blood, Outside
Lands lot 030 10
Siichael J. Welsh to Johanna Welsh, lot on
SE. cor. of Carl and Wlllard sts.. E. UUX
100: also, lot on K. line of Treat aye., 65 E.
of Twenty-second St.. S. 60x1*.".. Gift
Syndicate investment Co. to Conrad Foertsch,
lot 12, Block s. in syndicate's First Addition 300
John Coop to Henry 8. Dawson, lot on VV.
line otCapp St., I*2o N. of Nineteenth, N.
Samuel W. Cowles to Lconide 11. Burling, lot
on NW. cur. of Bruadway and Sausome
Bt..W. 137:6x137:6 10
Benjamin C. Wright to Henry I>. Wetmore et
ah. lot on S. Hue of Bush 5t. .53 11. of (.ouch.
£.55x120 '.....:.. 10
D.V. T. Kenny (by executors; to A. E. l-.bodcs,
lot on S. Hue Fine St., 27:6 E. Steluer, E.
E. L. Dewey (liy attorney) to Minerva Frinlt,
lot ou N. line of Elizabeth 5t.. 225 W. of San-
Chez. W. 55x114 1
John Center el ai. to Louis Barnes et ah, lot
ou E. Hue of loisom St., 185 >. of Twenty
first, N. 25x122:8 10
City and County of Sau Francisco to Louis
Saiubere ,'utuu SE. Irr.e of .Market St., 83:4
SW. of Sanchez, SW. 26 :H, SK. 110. Mi
14:111... N. 10:5' NW. 97:6... — —
Loins sarnsere to Kichard 11. McDonald, lot
on SE. line of Market St.. 83:4 SW. of San
chez, SW. 25:8, SE. 110, .Vt 14 :11*<_, >'.
Amos Mecartney to Louis Salnsere, same. ... 10
Harvey S. Brown to Bertha Spitz, lot on NU.
line of Tenth St., 235 NW. of Howard, W.
Albert Meyer to Emma Joseph, lot on NE,
cor. or Clay and spruce sis., E. 137 :6 x
127:8-.. ; also lot on s. line of Washlngtou
St. 137:6 of Spruce, K. 137:6x127:81/4.. 10
Charles S. Hughes and wire to Catherine J.
Hughes et al.. lot on N. line of Ueary St.,
112:6 W. of Jones. W. 25x1.(7:6 ft Grant
Mary E. Hughes ct al. to Catherine J. Hughes,
John Ferula to James I'erata et aL, lot on 8.
line of Vallejo st., 137:6 W. of Stockton,
W. 45:10x137:6 10
Joseph Kutner to William Outcher, lot on N.
Hue of Geary St., 137:6 E. of Buchanan, E.
William F. McAlesler et ai. to John -Musseo.
lot on N. line of Francisco st., 123 W. of
Van Ness aye., W. 27:6x137:6: also lot on
E. line of Franklin St., 37:6 >'. of Francisco,
N. 25x124 ' jo
Frederick C. Klcebauer to John W. Fultou,
lot on S. line of Clipper St., 160 E. of Castro,
E. 22:6x114 1 Jo
Syndicate Investment Company to Ellen M.
Thompson, lots 815 and 816, UITt Map 3 10
Allan Mcculloch to Mary Mcculloch, lot on
E. line of Webster St., 37:6 N. of Herman
N. 25x87:6 Gift
M. P. Jones to H. W. Wliltelaw, lot 1, Block
L, Oak lan Heights 3,750
1". .N. Lillenthal to M. McLaughlin, lot SOX
100, on Mi line ot Fifteenth St., 100 SE.
of Sixth aye iv
I). Swell to I*. F. Weston, lot 26x125. on K.
line of Filbert st„ 107:6 S. of Twenty
fourth; also N. M. of MS. '« of Section 3d,
Township 3 S., Range 3 E., Murray Town
ship: lot 100x133. on E. line of Ettlg sl,
100 S. of Thlrtv-second 6,300
F. F. Weston to I). Swett. lot 75x200. on N.
cor. of Second aye. aud East Eleveuth 5t.... 7,800
11. U. Blasdel to K. Cannon, lots 3, 23, 34,
Block 2, Blasdel Tract No. 2, Brooklyn 2,550
S. Comberford to J. J. o'Kourke, lot sxloo,
,on W. line of Telegraph »ye.. 53 N. of
Fortieth St., Oakland 10
W. D. Dennis to J. Hillary, lot 50x140, on S.
line of Sauta Clara aye., 150 Vt. of Grand
el., Alameda 100
A. A. Kimball to I- I'latikricheu, lot 30x
128:3, on W. Hue of Adeline st., 105 Ji. of
Fourteenth ; 10
A. F. Fatten to estate or Thomas 11. will
lams, lot on E. cor. of East Fourteenth st.
and First aye, Mi 300 by SE. 150 10
Lizzie Wood to S. 11. smith. 8.79 acres on
Arroyo Vlego, Berkeley Township 10
M. Y. Jonci to M. McAleer, lot 8, Block V,
Oakland Heights lot)
For a lirnken Cheek- Itone.
Elizabeth Middleton was walking past a
building owued by Sheldon & Schaefer on
Minna street ou the 20th of January last.
She tripped over a broken board and was
thrown on her face, causing the breaking
of her right cheek-bone aud permanent
injury. She has now sued to recover
$10,253 damages from the owners of the
premises, charging negligence in not keep-'
ing the sidewalk in repair.
A Lenient Jury.
In the case of William Graham, a bar
tender in a saloon on Cemetery avenue,
charged * with an assault to murder. L F.
l"avor, with a knife, in Way last, a jury in
Judge . Murphy's department yesterday,
after deliberating four hours, returned a
verdict of assault with a deadly weapon.
Graham will be sentenced next Saturday. _
. • Farmer Denning of Lompoc lias sold 200 tons
of wild-oat bay tbal be cut ana baled on a held
near llie coast. . ile got $10 a ion. ■■>
THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO. THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 1890-EIGHT PAGES.
SEA AND SHORE.
Three New Steamers for the Ori
Anxiety for the Englehorn's Safety—Complet
ing Another Sea-Wall Section— lhe Em
bleton Heard Frcm by Cable.
The Canadian Pacific Railroad Company Is
having three new steamers built In Scotland for
the I'acilic line, between Japan ami China. They
will each be of 5700 tons -gross register, and
10.000 horse- power, with steel hulls, twin screws,
double bottoms, compartment), and all the
latest Improvements. It is thought they will be
good lor eighteen knots an hour on ibeir trial
trips. The first one will be launched some time
In August, ana will probably go on the station
early next year. At the spied above mentioned
these vessels could make the trip from Vancouver
to Yokohama lv len days, and to Hong-Kong In
fourteeu days, as against the lecord of twenty
one days to the latter place made by the steamer
( lrtiia of the I'acillc Mail Steamship Company.
The contractors have taken up the draw
bridge at Section 8 of the sea-wall, and will be
ready to sink the last caisson within ten days.
This will complete the section, aud the entire
work under the contract will be finished lv sixty
days. There is 20,000 teet of planking to be
- The schooner Puritan arrived In port yester
day, 22 days from IHIo. She brought a cargo of
sugar consigned to Spieckels Bios. Un June
12tu, In latitude 33' north, longitude 15° west,
she spoke the bail: Alexander .McNeil, and con
tinued in her company lor three days.
SUPPOSED TO BE LOST.
Considerable anxieiy Is being felt In shipping
elides regaining the safely of Ihe British ship
1-ugleliiriu, which Is 104 days out Irom Liver
pool. The ship Is a large four-master, and Is
long overdue. No news has been lecelved from
her for some time, lt it thought by many that
she Is lost, ihe captain of the Duutillan, which
eucounteied some very severe weather iv the
South Seas, stales that he sighted a large lour
masted ship oil Cape lioni. lie thinks that
this may have been the Knglelioin, but was uot
close enough to speak her. The vessel sighted
was under full press of cauvas, while the Dun
fillau was engaged in taking lv ber topsail at the
A dispatch was lecelved at the Merchants'
Exchange yesterday from London stating that
the British bark Lmblelon, which was towed io
Montevideo, was less damaged than at first sup
posed. The dispatch stated that lire Linoleum
would lighten aud repair. She is from Audtos
san, bound (or Tacoma, aDd for a lime was sup
posed lo have been lost.
The steamer New bei n sailed yesterday for
Mexican purls, with sixty passengers, among
whom are a number of Chinese butiud lor .Macal
lan. They will wink in ihe Allaia fisheries. A
large quantity of water-pipe and malt rial for
the new Cu.lom-house at Luseuada was also
shipped by lhe Kewbein.
Caplaiu Charles J. Lucky, a well-known tow
boat captain, sailed on the steamer Farallon,
bound for Yaqulnn Buy. On his arrival there he
will assume command ol the tug liesolule. Cap
tain Lucky Is a member of Harbor 15 of the
ltrolheihood ot Steamboat Pilots.
Among the arrivals yesterday was the British
ship Loid Dow nsliiie, eight days fiom New
castle, N.s. W. She Is a line-looking four-masted
ship. Her catgo consists 0L3530 tous of coal.
She sailed ou April ISth and had light variable
winds lo the not tii end of New Zealand, but met
uo southeast trades. She sighted the Island of
Lilly mi May 22d aud the equator was crossed on
M.i'. '80th in longitude 'west, lv latitudes
hoilh she look the noitlieasl trades and carried'
them to latitude 30° noitli, longitude 150° west.
Considerable trouble was experieuced in put
tins a locomotive ou the deck of the steamer
Sauta Cruz yesterday. An exlra gear was made
last to the foremast of the steamer and heavy
lines weie attached to the donkey-engine on the
vessel, but the hist attempt pioved a failure, as
the Hue paried and one oi the wheels of the loco
motive weut through the wliaif. The locomotive
ls desliucd for Moss Landing In couueciluu with
Spreckels' beet-sugar factor
The British shin Sussex al Union-street Wharf
Is loading with Hour. She lias 1700 tons en
gaged, and claims "• De able to take 1300 more.
Yesterday three river steamers were alongside
discharging flour into her— the .Modoc from Sac
ramento aud the Mary Uarratt aud the Centen
nial lioni Siockton.
During the week the Bureau of Navigation,
Treasuiy Department, assigned official numbers
to lhe lollowing Pacific Coast vessels: Steamer
Chilkat of Astoria, 50.47 net tonnage. No.
120,040; steamer Elizabeth ot Sau Francisco,
12.01 net lonuage. No. 130,126. v..
MOVEMENTS Or VESSELS.
The schooner Vanes was towed from Mission
No. 1 to sea.
Uu Satuiday next the steamer Alameda will
leave this port for Australia.
The ship Blue Jacket was shifted from the
slieam to Main-street Wharf veslerdav.
The schooner Vega was shllted from Howard
No. 2 to North's ways to be cleaned aud over
The Lady Thompson, up from Honolulu, In the
Planters' Hue, is now receiving fi eight at Mis
sion No. 1, aud sails ou Saturday.
The steamer Oregon was taken from the Union
lrcn Works to Broadway No. 1, having beeu re
paired and cleaned.
The steamer Oceanic will leave for Hong-Kong
aud Yokohama to day. She will take about 100
Chiuese in llie steerage. *- .
The ship General Knox cleared from New
York for tills poit, lv Miami's line, no Monday,
and will be followed by the 11. Ir*. Packard aud
I. K. Chapman.
The steamer Greenwood arrived yesterday
Irom Little ltiver with 8000 railroad ties, the
steamer Lureka from San J'edro Willi wheat, the
steamer Oregon from l'ortlaud and the schooner
C. U. Merchant liom Coos Bay, with 350,000
leet of lumber. :
World's lair Association— A Dairy Com
• The following articles of Incorporation
were tiled in the office of the County Clerk
yesterday : •".-_.
- San Francisco World's Fair Association: Dl
rectors-lion. E. li. Pond, George W. McNear,
Morris M. Estee. Colin M. Boyd, A. G. Dawes,
Isldur Jacobs, A. W. Scott, A. 8. Dallldle, Jules
Cert, C. F. Bassett and C. Carpy. _ No capital
Stock. The association Is formed to provide for
an exhibition at the World's Fair, lo be beld til
Chicago In 1893..
.Mllibrae Company: Directors— A. F. Green of
Mlllbrae, and F. 11. Green, 0. H. Tllton. Henry
I*. Dimond and E. A. Green of Sail Fraucisco.
Capital slock ■• $100,000, . divided Into .- 4000
shares, f G25 . subscribed. '•*» The company - will
conduct a dairy business. ■ : . ■ -■-■ ..-.- *-■ .■-,.
Immature Veal. ;
■ ; A ; health officer, has been detailed to in
quire into ; reports I received jat the Health
Office that the Eureka Dairy, situated near
li 3 Industrial School, is in tlie habit of sell
ing immature calves and sick or diseased
cows to butchers. It is stated in the com
munication received that parties at the dairy
do not deny tliat calves only a few Hours
old are sold to tho butchers, and the cows
to sausage manufacturers.
Overland Travel (.aid to Be Rapidly
Vice-President Slubbs ex-Judge Martin, of
the Southern I'acillc Company, are expected
home ou Sunday Irom Washlugtou, whither they
journeyed some weeks since to argue tea rates
before the Interstate Commerce Commission.
V* hat effect their logic had upon the members of
the commission In Inducing a decision favorable
to the Souiliei 11 I'acilic Company is not known.
A freight official said yesterday that it would
probably be three or four mouths before a de
cision iv ibis case would be rendered by the
commission, and added Hint should me tea-ship
pers win the case some Interesting developments
may result iv the matter of foreign tea shipments.
The local agents are complaining of dull limes.
The complaint comes not from one or two ut the
minor ageuts, but Irom eveiy ticket otlice of auy
cousequeuce in the clly. Even at far Fourth and
Townsend streets Is felt this falling off of over
laud navel, and A. N. Towne said yesterday
thai never within his recollection had railroad
busiuess been 00 dull as at the pieseut tune.
Sam Miller of the Yosemlle Hue alone reports
business good. Over his Hue travel is very
heavy, owing 10 lhe gieat volume of water In tue
valley, which has made the falls unusually at
In the matter of reduced passenger rates lor
lhe holidays, the San francisco aud Noun I'a
citic Railway has followed tbe example of the
Southern Pacific. From June 28th 10 July 7th
hall-rate tickets will be sold to all points on the
road, Including Bartlett, Highland and Saratoga
Spilngs, Blue Lakes aud Lakepoit. In pievlous
years reduced rales have been given, but this is
the lirst tune that the reducllou has amounted
to half llie usual rale.
Harry Dell, Contracting Freight Agent for the
Atlantic and I'acllic, has resinned, to accept a
similar position with tho Chicago, .Milwaukee
and BS. Paul.
On Monday next the local office of the North
ern I'acilic Railroad Company will be lemoved.
A. 1). Charlton. Assistant Ueneral Passenger
Ageul ol the -Northern i'acilic, arrived yester
A Mother Misting.
Mrs. Mary LuesmauD, 1512 Tolk street,
left her home Tuesday moruiug, and lias
not been heard from since by her friends.
She said she was going for a walk, hut it is
feared she may have taken her life. The
illness of a little daughter caused her so
much anxiety that it is supposed it unbal
anced her mind. .She was also greatly
broken down in health ami spirits.
. LICK HOUSE.
Miss M J Thornton, Knox- J M Dickinson, S Rosa .
vine Miss Walker, low.i-.end
J Alnswortb, PlacervllleMlas Dickinson, Victoria
TG llogan, Modesto lull I.lnrl a wr, London
J Smith. Arizona , R S Mtiiiro, Ontario
C X Williams, Auburn J A Blair, Ontario
A P Catlin, Sacramento R C Terry, Clayton
Miss Ruth Catlin, Sacto Mrs M Hoarllcy, Uklah
Miss E M Rudolph. L Ang JII Troegen, I'ortcrville
ilrsO D Ryan, Los All? JF Smith, Gilroy
w Barrett, New York w c Daggett. Stockton
C SSammls, New York T N Lovejoy, Stockton
W A Elliott, London II Akeriuan. Stockton •
Mrs Winegron, Touibslon w Homer, Portland
¥ Y. Clark, Petaluma E D I'.renuan, Vallelo
Mrs W E Inane, Monterey L M Machine, Los Aug
Glcds Ingcrson, Alameda E E Drees, Petaluiua
1* It Hansen, Berkeley X Marriott A wr. Alma
li S Barnes A wf, St Louis S Brown. Vallelo
J Berniiard A Pittsburg E Franklin, larpenterla •
C Doyle, Santa Cruz JNE Lefflnwell A vr, NY
L Karr, Wrights Station Mrs X L Heych. Chicago
It Richmond A vr, Vallejo M Wescott, California
Y. Vi Gillespie, New YorklC 11 Laudley, Portland
D Hlcky. New York J W Ferris. Novato
II J Malum A wf. Lake Co Miss 11 Ferris, Novato -
E 11 Maiistettor, V S N Miss Ferris, Novato
A C Johnson, Humboldt W W Miller, Olympia
W R Densmore, Pa Mrs T Breeze, New York
L II Stroiber, USA Miss I. Breeze. New York
M P Mans, USA Miss Breeze, New York
S L Foeslu, USA W F Breeze, New York
J M Chaiiicon A wf, Ohio X II Breeze, .New York
J II Chameou, Ohio T H norlands, Salinas
Mi-s M Cbameon, Ohio AJ Y. Furllsh, New York
C P Kgan, USA Miss Miner, sail Jose
C P Egan Jr. San Antonio Mrs Denmaii, San Joso
Mrs C. Esau, S Antonio II Denman, San Jose
J Boyd, Laramie City Mrs o J Salisbury, S Jose
J Chamberlain, S Barbara , 'n""""
W L Butler. Colfax A Dcardorf, San Jose
(i W Holmes. Texas J Plnkett, I laveland
II d'Arcey, New York T Monson, Clevelauil
E II Tucker, Selma GScbwatylnsky, clevelnd
H Agnew, Pairo R I 'inked, Cleveland
I. (i Cousins, Eureka *■* Lapoint, Dunham
It M Hodge. Eureka N 11 Bertram, San Rafael
Miss KM Hodge, Boston W G Buell. Sacramento
J Thiirman, Hanford ll V Chrlstmet.Callfornla
Mrs otenlioiisc, Texas E Chadbourne Suisiin
X li Levan, California T II Williams. Fresno
li M Hardin. Petaluma o W Arnold, Santa Rosa
J I Hewltson, Hay vllle F J Bourn, Bourn'sLaudg
II P. Knox, San Joso G V Ron ell, Oregon
J Joues. Oakland (1 Bates, Raymond
0 Jackson, Oakland Mrs Philips. Houolulu
J W Gilbert, Oakland II G Huberts..*, Alameda
P Johnson, Dlxou II C Meyers, Honolulu
i. I,_1 ,_ Butler, Santa Rosa „ U W Huntley, Sebastanol
HN Wlber&f, Humboldt '' °* ,U »'»P o '
N E Fender, Marysvllie J J Curtln. Long Reach
F E Rooms, Brentwood G L Weaver. Rcrtiamt
W H Walker, San Jose FA Kerfoot, Santa Rosa
C A Sbuckland, I.lttous Jlt Rourke ,v- w Sutter C
F W Ryan, Colusa w a McKlbbe, Vacaville
V V Kruse, Uklah J F* Moody A eh. Ogden
X A Rutt. Redwood W II Fintius, Qulucy :
8 F Mitchell, San Jose J J O'Toole A iv sta Rosa
J 1. Berry, New York J McMurray, Oakland
II Johnson, Los Angeles J E Azhder Af, Fresno
II E Brund, Holilster WW Watson, San Jose
AL, Johnson, Petaluma J Lewis, Fall River
W P White, Stockton T Dooinldy, Fall River
II 0 Rich, Livermore MP Dolan, Saerameuto
C A Myer, Cloverdale J Gordon, Santa Clara
W F_ Porter, Little River J L Pope, Uklah
W X Wilson, Santa Crur J W Aud, Herber City
L C Campbell, Sacramento A T Richards, Chicago '
C N Tucker. Monterey C O Scrantou, Alliance '
B T Stewart, Reno , .. |It M Scrauton, Alliance
....-' *.'.-: INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. "• *
II McDonougb.Humbolilt 3lrs Kelly * c, Seattle
C B Sinlthson, Stockton Miss Kelly, Seattle -
JII Johnson, Portland |<> 11 Coiton Aw.Pa *■
J C Brown * w, s Dak C A Coiton, Pa .
N T Phillips, Maine L Pierce, California
Ii Swartz. Mod ford J Williams, Chicago .
J Cohn, Los llanos U Rutledge, Sacramento
J Corlett. Chicago 0 L Myers, Sacramento
JII Reed, Nebraska . . J J Welch, Sauta Rosa
v I Ballluger, Pa W V O'Coniior.Jersey Ctr
E Balllnger, Pa T Mapp, Liverpool ...
8 McKlnuie, Dublin ■ W A Lucker, Mexico
W W Wright, Los Ang I Solomon, London
D O Teller, Portland - - W B Lewis, New York '
A J Downle, Illinois * EERosinond, Now York
R Clark, Pennsylvania * 11 8 /.Ink, Santa Rosa
O Zellemtrom, Tacoma ' J Talbot, Calleute •
F Carlson, Tacoina C Arthur, Callente
T S Malbeu, Seattle . S T Dobbins, Los Angeles
W Walker, New York . W Rose. California
F Brazer. New York Cook, California
T Reed, Tacoma - * E W Driiinuiouil, Cal '
8 Reed, Tacoma - V W Rlggs, Oakland -
O Ellis Aw, Seattle - li Powers, Oakland '■• i
Mrs Manor .V: c, Seattle 8 W llorgan, Oakland J $,'•
C Kelly. Sacramento ■ O Oustafson, Kansas -
W L Kavauaugb, Sacto M F Tolman, Chicago
T D O'Farrell, Sacto . ••- OW Elder A w.KaustTty
8 8 Davidson, Sacto ■ Miss S Elder, Kansas city
J Hughltt. Stockton -•-- Miss II Elder.Kansas City
Mrs L Hampton, Lathrop H A Taylor, Templetoii
A P Furlong, Bakersfield A Anderson. Santa Crux
O Ericksou, Kansas ;■.-?'■'*■■ W U Wilcox, Napa
*Sxt3eem^ r *ta^mr^ls^vl^^•medxt=:■., ■ r .Jm33&t.
A Abbott, Sacramento F T Chillis, Kansas City
w V Shaw, Mexico Jas Adams, Now York
Win Bird, Montreal A W Adams, New York
\\ E Dunn, Los Angeles Ed Coleman, London
I: M Wldney. LoiAnseles Thomas Barker, London
I' S I'opskey, Chicago J Yon Hanson, Colorado
J Drlsfoos,Wa*_2chd,Santa Eng. Toklo
Barbara Dan Dorchester A wf,
Vi Curbett, San Rafael Washington, D C
J T Fisher, Oakland J 1 Barns A wf, N V
Dr Armstrong. Sacto J F. Krlck, Nebraska
CH Woods. Chlco Miss Mabel Ingllo, Mich
X Smith A- valet.Scotland C E Ertz, N V
W II Macomber, Shanghai A L Hobbs. Fresno
Mrs W LWorden.San Jose MrsTPßobbJr.Sauta Crux
Mrs JEDockstader.S Jose J Hannah, .Portland.
A II stone. New York J E Crooks, Benlcia
Mr Campion, wf a cousin, F D Cobb, Stockton
London E ottlngcr, N V
Mrs .-i.H..', Rochester II B Smith. Lick Mills
Mrs Mcltrlde. Rochester F (j Stanley. Chicago
C Johnston, Los Angeles Mrs J Leary, Seattle ■ .
AC Johnston, Los Angeles Miss F Raped. Seattle
Dr J Trumbo&wf, Wash J D Carr, Salinas
Mrs J c McLaughlin. Mich B M Godsall, Victoria
E A McF'arland* wf, N Y;F"L Siateier, Seattle
F Keller. Los Angeles Arthur Hutton, London
J N Reid, St Louis * Walter H Hutton, London
J L Shoemaker, Phlla II I..ii:-1 A wf. Santa Cruz
II S Smith, Philadelphia a Kimball, Red Bluff
K.I Mime, Philadelphia PC Hale, Sacramento
Mm C J Milne A maid, Q W Best, Chicago
Philadelphia J Vi Basham, Seattle
George Gowan, California V Y. Smith * nf, Oakland
W V Knox, Sacramento J McCudden A fy, Vallejo
C L Walter. Fresno AW Williams J: f, Edlubg
8 1. Brooks iw.Tbe Dalles aMrs It S Fay, Napa
Miss lCßrooks.TbeDalles Miss Jenny Swing, Napa
P X Jones, Wichita A C Hirst. San Jose
Miss Hail. Sacramento Miss T Uooksira, San Jose
Miss Huntliigion, Sacto X X Johnson, sail Jose
G Don. Stockton c Thomas, England
G X Burton, California D c Clarke, Santa Cruz
J Klchards, Livermore M L Cohn, Seattle
D W Gtluiore Holllster George Clarke, Jackson
C Anderson, Sacramento Miss F Hodges. Dayton
Vi A Clarke. Mountain Vw: Miss M Lliismer, Dayton
T Mansfield, Santa Rosa Lli Patty, Petaluma
J A Drlitill, Pomona C Griffith Aw, Kansas C
J E Curry A wf, Sausallto Miss 11 II Wood, sta Clara
XII Mlghue, California II J Mauasse. Napa
I) Gilmore. California W R Dlnsmoro, Phelan
OF' Townsend, Tucson IW E Robinson, San Diego
X L Sharp A ly, Kansas GI. Turner, Los Gatos
Mrs J s McCann, Tacoma C P Adamson, Rutherford
R.I McCaffrey. SL Obispo Miss Ida.lewell.Petaiuuia
J T Colfntaii, Healdsburg M Ii runnier A* w, San Jose
G Ilarnage .* w, Stockton H M Hamilton A r.Los An
w II Eckhart, Spokane F J Sirtorl.w A c, Petaluma
T II Grimm * wf, Seattle Mrs w I. Allen. New York
WL Allen Jr. New York Miss M Vandcrbilt. Su Raf
O L Jackson.College Park t.MlssN Vaiiderbllt.Toniais
James Bates, oroviile F Ii Vanderbilt, Rafael
Mr A* Mrs Gambles J S Fallon, San Rafael
AVi Stuart, Courtland C L Dally, Kansas City
l' I. N Vaughn, Arbuckle Mr A Mrs E Benedict, San
George B May, San Jose Jose
V Vi Cogswell, Cbl-ago J F' Appleby Jt w, Sta Cruz
Thos 11 Douglas. Meulo
C C Jones, Wilmington Mrs Itrarletr. Denver
W Harris. Eureka Miss Braden, Denver
II Cuminings, Lathrop M Ciiiin, California
W 11 Hrairnrrl aw, Uklah J Norton, Merced
S Hralnerd, Uklah A Falkner, Merced
J (i Bralnerd, Uklah J Murphy, California
CC Cunnlngham.Chlcago J .Sullivan, California
J Cunningham, Chicago J Hyde, Sacramento
B A Sjiruiile, San Jose IB Harpwortbs. Tulare
C (1 Springer, San Jose J Edwards A w, Tulare
W Morrison, Philadelphia C L French, Llvermoro
A Haywards, .New York J Williams, Livermore
8 C Hall. Pasadena II Williams, Livermore
Miss E Taylor. Santa Kosa H Taylor. Livermore
U Simpson, Truckee J Reed, Sacramento
W 11 Gould, Truckee Mrs .11 Munroe, Sta I'ruz
ii N l'arkhurst, San Jose E Thompson, Portland
Q N Martin, San Jose 1) Barnes, V reka
J li Russell, Sacramento W II Young, Portland
II S ltramiiian, Haywards J M Andrew, San Diego
J 11 Compton, Colusa M 1. Anderson, Pomona
J Gee, Coiton A E Barnes, Pomona
Vi y Dean Aw, New York .1 Gibson, Madison
F" A Fee, Sacramento 0 LA hi. Los Angelos
Al* Pleasants, winters C Dunn, Point Arena
X Freeman, Madison W G Howe, Mendocino
W Laatiiner, Portland
Wednesday Even June 25.
SUMMAIIV OF TUG MARKETS.
Wheat options rose-
Barley and Oats quiet.
Corn in heavy supply.
Bye freely offered and dulL
Bran ana Middlings higher. _...*",>
Hay and Beans unchanged. ' ■ 1
Potatoes and Onions declining.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese as before.
Peaches and Apricots firm.
Raspberries and Blackberries weaker.
Tomatoes and Cucumbers declined.
Enelith Wheat Market.
Liverpool, June 25.— The spot market Is firmer
at Cs BV_rdO-**s llVtd. Cargoes are dull at 35s 3d for
off coast, 35s for Just shipped and 35s 3d for nearly
The Produce Exchange cable gives the following
Liverpool quotations: June, 6s 11 , a d; July, 7s Vid;
August, 7a *!id; September, 7s lV_d; October,
7s l.id; November. 7s 2Vid: December. 7s 2Vid,
London*. June 25.— Consols, 90 13-16; United
States Bonds— 4's, 124 Vi; 4i/a's. 1115; Silver,
47. id; Rentes, 911 95c; bullion Into Bank of En
gland, £5000. _^
New York Markets.
New York. June 25.— street ls still awaiting
developments in tbe matter of tho Silver BUI, the
railroad difficulties and the Sugar Trust muddle
but In tbe absence of any bear pressure quotations
follow their natural bent, and sjowly appreciate
notwithstanding the most Intense dullness. The
final changes were almost all for small fractions,
but while Reading ls up aVi and Atchison 1%,
Sugar Trusts are down aViV Governments dull.
Petroleum opened dull at 39. i for spot and 39V4
for July. In the afternoon the market sagged oil
slightly, closing weak.
Nkw Yokk, June 26.— United States Bonds: '■■ 4's,
l "1'li a; 4y 's. !ir;i! _ ; Northern Pacific. 30%; Cana
dian Paclflc, 81%: Central Pacific, 34%; Atchi
son, 47; Union Pacific, CM,;.; Wells - Fargo. 147
bid, 149 asked; Western Uulou, 84' i; Silver, 101:
Sterling, 84 5..: ,« i s.-o ...
Wheat— 94 Vie j July, 92 Vie.
Coffee— Bl7 30.
Sugar— s44s V«e.
Hops— California, 18c.
Hides— California, 13V4c
Copper— Lake, 816 60. .
Tin— Spot, fit 78. -
-'. Lead— Domestic, $4 47V4
Petroleum— B9 Vie
' Chicago, June 25. — Wheat opened a shade
' easier, declined from Vie to -.ac advanced l'/_c,
and closed %©•%<- higher than yesterday. Receipts,
130,000 bushels: shipments, 267,000 bushels. Rye
quiet at 46V.C. Barley nominal.
Chicago, June 25.— Wheat, cash, 85 Vic
Corn— 33 ft* c. .•-*■
Pork— Bl2 50.
Laid -»:, 72y 2 .
Vr'bllky— f 1 09.
The Wool Market.
, : Philadelphia, June 25.— W00l steady. Montana,
17rjJ25c; Territorial, 16r_i>22c > 1b. ~£.: :
■ "■: Fine Silver.
Nominal at |1 04@1 08 » ounce. v
Quotable at 82®33VsC 'iS^Bb
New York Exchange.
New York Exchange, 16c for sight drafts and
17 Vie for telegraphic.
Slii]ipinir Notes. *
Steamers to sail to-day are the Oceanic for China
and Japan, the Caspar for Grays Harbor, the AI-K1
for Puget Sound, the Coos Bay for Little Blver anil
the Cosniopoils for Portland. The Humboldt falls
due from Humboldt Bay, the Coos Bay from Little
Liver and the Gipsy from the Salinas Kiver.
The City of -New York falls due from Panama on
The schooner William Kenton, 425 tons, loads
Lumber on the Sound for Melbourne, 70s.
The British iron ship Duulillan, 1244 tons, was
chartered prior to arrival lor Wheat to United
Kingdom, Havre or Antwerp, 38s: British iron ship
Lord Downsblre, 2263 tons, same options, prior to
FLOUR— Net cash prices are: Family extras, $4®
4 20; Bakers' extras, *4@4 10; city superfine,
fl 90@3 20; Interior brands,s-!@l 20 for extras,
and $2 9CK»3 20 fi bbl. for superfine.
WHEAT— Options were livelier and stronger yes
terday, but the sample market exhibited no life. No.
1, *1 371601 28.4*. No. 2, »1 25; choice, *1 30;
extra choice for milling, f 1 32*, »<sl 30 % r- ctl.
CALL SALES— MOIt XIXU.
Buyer '90-400, »1 38%; 200, $1 38>_; 500,
»1 38%; 200, »1 3S-.4; 700. *1 88%. Buyer sea
•on-200, *1 441.; 800, *l 44.;,; 400, »1 44.4;
2600, *1 44%.
CALL HALES— AFTERNOON.
Buyer '9o-500, »1 39; 500. $1 38%. Buyer sea
sou-:i00, $1 451 -i. Seller '90, new-100, »1 30*4.
BARLEY— Nothing new ln the situation. Prices
are: No. 1 Feed, $1 01 V_@l 02%; choice, ?i 03% ;
lower grades, 95e(re$l; fair to good i'rewlug, $1 05
(3,1 10; good to choice, fl I*_!-~@l 15 fi ctl.
CALL SALES — MO i.N ;.\,,.
Buyer '90-100. $1 08.
No afternoon sales.
_ OATS— Are quiet. No change. No. 1, $1 55®
fl 67*, ; No. 2, fl 50@l 52%; Choice, fl 60*0
1 01i.,: Gray, *1 60@1 65 fictl.
COHN— variation lv prices. The market Is
heavily stocked and dull. The quotations are
as follows: Large Yellow, fl 15fi.il 20 for com
mon to choice, and fl 25 for choice milling: small
Knund Yellow, fl 2*1%@1 25; White, fl@l 05 ft
RYE- Abundant and weak at 90c fl ctl.
BRAN — Still higher at fl4 sl*a>ls 50 for the
best and f 13@14 \A ton for lower grades and outside
MIDDLINGS— again advanced to fll 50(3,23
V ton. '
HAY— No further change. Quotable as follows:
New Wheat. fß@ll for fair and fl2 50(415
for choice: new oat, *8 50@9 50: new Wild oat,
f8 60*5,9 60: new Barley, fKrVrllO: new Clover,
S8 8009. Old Is quotable as follows: Wheat, fit®
12 tor ' i 119,119. aurl $l_t@ls for extra choice;
Wheat and Oat, *9<«13 50: Oat, fsisill; Wild Oat,
$'.>'_■) 1 1 : Barley, f-TrilO"?, ton.
STRAW— Quotable at 45@55c fi bale.
MILLSTUFFS-Ground Barley, $23(8,2- **. ton.
The mills sell Oilcake Meal at f 25 ci ton net: Rye
Flour, B*o II Ib; Rye Meal, 2'i-c; Graham Flour.
3%c: Oatmeal, 4 :! 4 c : Oat Groats, 4 |. c : Cracked
Wheat, :|r;.c: Buckwheat Flour; sc; Pearl Barley,
4 i**ic> lb.
— Yellow Mustard, fl 90@2 ctl: Brown
Mustard, $2 50</t,3 25: Flax, fl 75: Canary. 3* M
o-SAjfi fi ID; Altalfa, 7._i_s**'i l * ?> Ib; Rape, 'J'.^c;
Hemp, 4V" ; Timothy. 5 : 54&6 . ..-.
DRIED PEAS-Nouilual. Niles, $2@2 25 S Ctl.
Split Peas, 6-Acf. lb. • *
BUCKWHEAT— California, nominal at fl 25®
1 76: Eastern. f'J 16 y* ctl.
COKN.MICAL. F-TC-Table Meal,3%©4C fi lb; Feed
Com, fib 60(g>26 50; Cracked Corn, f26@27 fi ton;
lloriijliy. -ie V lb.
BKANS-ITevlous prices rule. Bavos, $3 90®4 20;
Pea, f2 25®2 45; Small White. $2 20.J.2 40; Pluk,
$2HS(_J3; Keels, nominal; Llrnas, f4 75(g.5; Butters,
flui'l 25 yi ctl for small and medium.
POTATOES— Are declining. Salinas Burbanks, ln
sacks, are bringing $2 25. Other New Potatoes,
f 1 _...<_. 1 85 in sacks and fl 75@2 fl ctl lii boxes.
ONIONS— Reds aro still lower at f I 10(_)1 25 .-.ctl.
BUTTER— No change to report. Fancy. 17c; good
to choice. 13@15c fi lb: common to fair, 10@12c;
store Butter, 9(a.11c t* Ib; pickled roll, nominal;
Eastern, 7@lo V" lb.
CHEESE— Good to choice mild new. 6®7c fl ID*,
fancy. 7%®Bc; Young Americas, B®BV-»c; cased,
%c additional; Eastern, lMiiuc tb. " . .
I'OCLTKY— The market Is slenderly supplied and
strong. Hens ami old Roosters being particularly
firm. Live Turkeys are quotable at 18®20c for
Gobblers and 15®17c for Hens; Geese, fi pair,
» IMI 25: Goslings. $1 23(311 75 per pair; Ducks,
f 4 50® 5 for old and fo 50®'J 50 for young; Hens,
? 6 50w8; Roosters, young, f'.i(3*l2 50: do, old, $6^
7: Fryers, fSiail; Broilers, f o®6 50 for large and
»2 50@*i 50 ft doz for small.
GAME— Doves, 75c ft 'doz; Hare, fl 25@1 60:
Rabbits, f I 50 for Cottontails, and fl 25 for small.
• EGGS— Quiet. No further change in prices.
Fancy Eastern are selling at 19c; fair to choice
Eastern. 16®16%c; California, 15®19c for store
ami 21®.'2i/..c tor ranch.
HONEY— New White Comb, 10®12c: do. In 1-lb
frames, 11%_u12%c; new . bright extracted, 5®
6%c; amber. 4«u4%c iii B.
BEESWAX-Quotaoie at 20@24c 19 15.
I 111. Ml FRUlTS— Raspberries and Blackberries
were weaker yesterday. Peaches were firmer. Apri
cots were steady. The wide rango In Figs Is due
to the difference In the boxes. Figs, 75c®f 1 60
' for black and 75c . *rl box for white: Plums,
50r®$lfibox; Cherry Plums, 75c ft box and 26®
6 Oc fi drawer; Currants, f3 60®5 ft chst; Raspber
ries, f6 50@9; Blackberries. *4 60®7: Apricots,
friii-: 7 rn- ft box ami 40®50c ft basket for Royals ;
Peaches, 50®75c for Vacaville and «o@9oc ft box
and 75c %i basket for River: Green Apples, 36(31
76c f* box and 35® fi basket; Red Apples, tl®
1 25 for large and 75c for small boxes and 50®
66c ft basket: Green Pears. 60®65c ft box and 60c
ft basket; Cherries, 30@50c for sour red, 65®H50
ft box for good to choice Black Tartarian and 65®
75c for Royal Anne: Strawberries, fs@lo ft chest
: for large Berries and *. 12® 1 4 for Lougwortbs.
CITRUS FRUIT, ETC.— Limes are lower. Tahiti
Oranges, quotable at f;i; Riverside Seedlings, f3
®4; Los Angeles Seedlings, f2®3 50; Malaga Lem
ons, f4®6: Sicily Lemons, fs(g!6; Riverside Lem
ons. f250®3: San Diego and Los Augeies Lemons,
f Kg.l 50; Mexican Limes, *. I 60ffi5 50; Bananas, fl
®3 50 ft bunch ; Pineapples, 3135 f 1 dozen. :
DRII.D F'RU ITS— We quote contracts for new crop
at 11%@12%C tor bleached Apricots, ll®i2c ft
lb for White Nectarines, ileal fi lb for bleached
nopeeled Peaches, and 6*> ,i,i,7 '■ 2 ,- for California
Prunes cured, and 2@2%c for" the fresh fruit.
Old Fruit Is nominal as follows: Raisins, fl 75®
2 15 for good to choice layers, fl®l 10 for com-:
mon to fair layers and 87-,--c®fl 50 for loose:
Grapes. 3@4c ? lb*. Pressed Fin, 4®sc; unpressed
do, I%®jc; pitted Plums, 7®Bc; unpltted Plums.
2®3%c; evaporated Apples, nominal at 1 1 ' - -r>
12% c; sliced Apples, email@example.com; quartered do, 5%®
7c; Callforuia Prunes, nominal, at 10®15; German
Prunes, nominal: sun-dried unpeelerl bleached
Peaches, 12* v oi. i.'ic as nominal quotations; un
bleached Peaches. 8®llc; peeled bleached Peaches, .
nominal; sun-dried bleached Apricots, nominal at
15®17c; unbleached, B® lie; evaporated Apricots,
UOllllr.l. 1 IMMiir nut, 1 . msstm^immimi- »*^**>»-«»r*™***m\
■ NUTS— Quotable as follows: Pine Nuts,B®9cfilb;
softsiiell Almonds. 1:1® fi lb: 1 hardshell Al
monds, 6®tfc ft lb; California Walnuts, 10@llc ror
Los Angeles, 10®12c for Santa Barbara: Chile
Walnuts, 10c: Peanuts, l'@7%c: lllckorv Nuts,
6®Bc: Pecans, 10®Ilc; Filberts, 11%@12%c;
Brazil Nuts, nominal at 12@12%c fi tb; Cocoanuts,
VEGETABLES— Tomatoes and Cucumbers were
lower yesterday. Green okra. 75c: Green Peppers,
12'/*,@lscfi lb: Tomatoes, fl®l 50 ft box: Green
Corn, f I®l 25 fi sack for common and 15®2t)c tfl
dozen for first quality; Summer Squash. 30®50c $
box for Winters and 75@90c fi box for Alameda;
Wax Beans, 4@sc ft lb; Fountain Beans. 6®6c fl tb;
String Beans, 2*a_®4c; Cucumbers, 6oc@7o fi box for
ordinary and fi(01 50 for Bay; ordinary Aspar
agus, f 1 2,'n-dl 50 ft box; choice, f 1 76@2 ft box;
fancy, f'i *-'!■(»'-' 51) ft box; Rhubarb, 75c_»* 1 fi box
for No. 1 and 50®60c fi box for No. 2; Green Peas,
f 1 50@1 75 fi sack; dry Peppers, 12c: Cabbages,
fl fictl; Feed Carrots, saSaiibc : Turnips, 75<®»1 :
Beets, fl; Parsnips, f 1 25® 1 50 ft ctl: Garlic, 8®
lOCft lb. -. ■-.■'.!-.-. .*■..-'- **. -■■-■••- -■ ■ -•-- :
** PROVISION'S— Eastern covered Breakfast Bacon
la quotable at 13®13**4C fi lb; California smoked
Bacon. " 9@loc, ■ft Ib for . heavy and * medium,
and 13® 131..C ft lb - for . light; r l;ir-9llc fi
16 for extra light: Bacon Sides, 9 ,'_@9 .ie fi lb;
Kastern Sugar-cured Hams for city trade, 13%®
1334 c: California Hams, salt, 12' _r.r 121 ..c ft it.;
rdrlgeratur-cured, 13®13 1 / ac; Lard, tierces, East
ern. all kinds. 9@9 %c; cases, 10(5rl0%c: California
tierces, 9-..<&9%c; barf-bbls. 9%@'-,**ic; tins, 10c;
pails. IU- It., 10% c: do. 5-18.10-.4 C: kegs, 9 :, ,ri7'io.*
ft It.; .Mess Beer. J- 601r_,9; extra mess do. *9 919.
10: ramlly do. $12 s(toi;i; clear Pork, *19 50(ii.20":
extra prime. 816 60(3)17; extra clear. 92013,211 6H:
mess do, r *iß®lß 50 ft bbl; Pig Pork, ft keg. 83 50*£
3 75: Pigs' Feet, »12rg)12 50 fi bbl: Smoked Bid,
lltiiaiZc > lb.
HOPS— Strong and nominal at 12%@17c ft 18.
HIDES AND PELTS— Heavy salted steers are
quotable at B%c ft It.; medium. 6e ft IB: light.
5e ft It; Cowhides. 5c f* lb: salted Kip. 4*3! * _c:
salted Calf. 4%c: dairy Calf, 20@.i0c: dry Hides,
usual selection, 9c; dry Kips, fc; dry C-rlf, 7c;
prime Goatskins. 35c each; medium do. 'lofti'lOc:
small skin.. 10c: Deerskins, rod summer, 30@
medium, 25c; tnin. 20c ft IB; Sheepskins.
shearlings, I0@*!0c: short wool. 30'a.5dc: medium,
05iSt*.'0t: Unix wool, HOCfarSl 25 pi 18. Butchertoivn
green skins sell relatively higher.
TALLOW— Fair' to u-™,ri rendered, 3%@lc; re
fined. pi§;s*>_c; Grease, 2**.@3c"g to,
WOOL — We quote spring clips as follows:
Easterb Oregon. 15(g»20c ft IB; Nevada, 15@18%c
fi It*: choice Northern, 18®21c; Humboldt and
.Mendocino, 21(a.2..c; San Joaquin and Southern,
year staple, 12%@15c; San Joaquin and Southern,
seven mouths, I'lSjliii; choice Foothill 16rS18%c
fi lb. f |
Bags— Calcutta, spot, 7c; July, 7c; Wool Bags,
86rS3_iC; Potato Gunnies, nominal.
LEATHER— Good heavy Sole. 251325 C; medium,
220280 ft IB: good light Sole, 211421 eft IB;
damaged, 16c fi IB; Buff. ll*@lJc ft root: Side
Leather. 9 1 (_>l o% c ft loot; calfskins, 30440 cfl
It.; Kips. *25(_J4» fl doz;. No. 1 Harness, 27@30c,*
No. -*, 'tAti'ibc ft ». '
SUGAR— The California Sugar Refinery quotes as
follows, terms net, cash: cube, 6-yfec; Crushed,
t>':„c; Extra Powdered, 6*}»c; Fine Crushed, 0460;
Dry Granulated. O'l'.c; Confectioners' A. 6. ic; Ex
tra C. 4" 8 c; Goideu C, 4->sC fi IB; Bags, x*g<- more
The American Refinery quotes, terms net cash:
Extra fine Cube. 6-.hC: Crushed. 6-.1.C; Fine Crushed,
6"'..c; Powdered. 6-.'* c: Extra fine Powdered, 6y**c:
Dry Granulated, 6 ; .i-c; XX do, 6 .fee: Confectioners*
A, tf'ic: White Extra C, sc; Extra C, 4''bC; Golden
C, 4. a c ft 18.
San Francisco Meat Market.
Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers are as
BEEF— First qnallty. 6@6%c; second quality, 5
@5%c; third do, 4(a4i".c.
VEAL— Large, He, tic: "small Calves. 6!3.c.
MUTTON— Wetliers, 7V.@<*c: Ewes. 7c.
LAMB— Spring Lamb. Static ft ID.
PORK— Live Hoes. 4'_t4-t a c for light grain-led. and
3%(§):i .ie for heavy packing; stock Hogs, 1 -.'^
->'._c fi IB; dressed do, 7@7%c Si 18.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
Wednesday. June 25.
Flour, or sks 24.831 Middlings, sks 872
Wheat, ctls 2.071" Hay. tons _. 420
Barley, ctis 3,014 Straw, tons 20
Beans, sts : 66 Wool, bales 837
Potatoes, sits 4.743Qutcksllver,&sks.„ 46
Onions, sits 25 Hides, no 317
Bran, sks 3,389
Dates of Departure From San Franc! -ipo.
ceanlc°.....|€alna A Japan.. 28. 3pm P MS
ureKa...... San Pedro jjno -IT, Bam lldw'y
'liamette VlYaqulna Baj r ....|JlH 2S, Ham s-ii'i
umlinliU ...HumbolJt liay.. i Jne '28. "Jam Clay
laineda .... Australia I Jne -8, I'Jm lUceani
Ity l'uebla.. : Vie.v ft. Souuil;Jiie 9AM!Baw'y
rtv-iti i Portland Line 'JO, 10am Spear
omona San Diesb i Jne '_'».llam Bdw'y
osAuceles.. rsan Pedro July 1, XAMilirtwy
urotta litmiMoKlt Hay.. July '2. 9am IMw'y
extco San Dleso July ;<.l lav Kdw'v:
■ >liiml>l:i. ... Portland ..July I'.lau Spear
ullina il'ausDia I July 3,12 m i* M 3 :
Departure of Australian steamer depends on the
English malls. -
SL'N AMI TIDE lAIiLK.
In Pacific Standard Time. Computed by Tiiova .
Tks.nk.nt, Chronometer and Instrument
Maker, 18 Market street.
= n.w. l.w. h.w. i.
~ Small. Large. Large. Su
: _l ! r I__
1."... 6.35 AH 11.55 AM 6.55 m 0.:
.... 7.57 am 0.48 pm 7.26 I'M 1.:
1.... 9.10 am 1.*9 I'M 8.011 m 2.:
>.... ID.IB am •.'.HI I'M 8.41 PHI S.
i.... 11.18 am H.IM pm 9.24 P»l 8.1
llyll O.UB I'M! 4.06 I'M : 10.08 m 4.'
ilv'2 0.59 pm! 4.67 m 10.63 p>> 5.:
tor Lots h'.'np/'tnj Intetttcenc* see Eightl, i*\njtt.
Wednesday. June 25.
Stmr Eureka, Smith. 2\' 2 days fm San Pedro; pass
and mdse, to i;;>. -ri. tii. Perkins ft Co.
Stmr Oregon, Poleman, 60 hours from Portland,
via Astoria 44 hours; pass and mdse, to Union Fa
cific Hallway Co.
Stmr Greenwood, I.uinl. 16 hours from Little
Blver; 8000 railroad ties, etc, to L E White.
Stmr Empire, Butler, ■ 6 days from Departure
Bay: 850 tons coal, to R D Chandler.
Stmr City of Puebla, Debney, — hours from Vic
toria; pass and mdse, to Goodall, Perkins .v Co.
II it M sloop N'yiuphe, Turner, 23 days from Co
nr ship Eurasia, Partes, 119 days from London;
mdse, to Balfour. Guthrie A Co. r
Br ship Lord Dowushire. Newcomen: 68 days fm
Newcastle, NSW; 3536 tons coal, to Balfour, Guthrie
ft Co. ....-■-;
liktn Irmgard, Paul, 25 days from Honolulu; pass
and mdse. to Williams. Dimond A Co.
Sehr C II Merchant, Smith. 6 days trom Coos Bay;
350 M ft lumber, to 1. B Deaue A Co.
Sehr Daisy Bowe, Sorensen, 6 days from Cool
Bay; 180 M ft lumber, to Hlgglns & Collins.
Sehr Puritan, Emerson. 22 days from Hllo; 16,848
bats sugar, to J D Spreckels a Bros; 6109 bags do,
to Williams, Dimond A Co. - -
Sehr J N Ingalls, Olsen, 42 days from Tres Maria;
ballast, to master.
Sehr Orient. Olsen, 5 days from Umpqua; lumber,
to Simpson Lumber Co. *
Sehr Emma Utter, Allen, -I*/*, nays from Coos Bay;
374 M ft lumber, 24 M laths, to Pacific Pine Lum
Wkdxesday. Jnne 25.
Stmr Newbern, Yon Helms, nay mas, etc; Good
all. Perkins A Co. ■■-.- -....:
Hawn stmr San Mateo, Colvliie, Naualmo; Paclflc
Improvement Co. ,iut un..«uuiiu£ m
' WEDJVESDAY, June 25. -
Stmr Yaqulr.a, Thaxter, Port Harford.
Stmr Santa Maria, Keaneiv, San Diego, etc.
Stmr Crescent city, stocktleth, Crescent City.
' Stmr Areata. Marshall, Coos Hay.
. Stmr State of California. Ackley. Portland.
. Stmr Newport, Edwards, Port Kenyou.
■' Stmr .Newbern. Yon Helms, Guaymas. ■
Stmr Mexico, Alexander, Sau Diego. ■
- Stmr Corona, Hannah, Eureka, *■-
Bark Columbia, Goodman. Port Blakeley.
Sehr Elcctra, Knndson, Mendocino. -■■
Scbr Mary E. Anderson, Hobbs, Fish Rock.
Scbr Llzzlo Vance, Hardwlck, Eureka.
v . Sehr John Frederick. Beck. Bodega. ■*
: Sehr Jenuie Grltlm. Lowe, Point Reyes.
Scbr S Bowne, - Blum, Mahukoua.
■--, Scbr San Buenaventura. Dahtrltf. .*,
'■' ■ Sehr.- Christina Steffeus, Hanson, Bniherfords
Land ing. d*i*n msit *T^*q*asjV**4Tßfll*Mm*mtm*m^
Scbr Anna Mathilda. . * .
Scbr Archie and l'ontle, Hunting, Stewarts Point
Telegraphic. ■' ■ . ' '
. POINT LOBOS— June 25 - 10 p. : n - Weather
hazy; wind NW, velocity 38 miles..'
Memoranda. -..* »
m Per sehr Puritan— Lett In port at Hllo : sehr Dora
Blubm and hj-ig Lurline. . ■ *i_ •'* - '9-* - *
- Per Irmgard-On May 31, after being out 6 hours
from Honolulu, we lost our gallant royal skysall
mast, foretopmast-bead and main topmast. ..*•;
■'- - ■'--'- Miscellaneous. '<•: •"---._'*' 9. .- *.
I LONDON— Jnne 24— The Br bark Emble.on, from
Ardrossan for Puget Sound, which 1 was towed to
Montevideo, was less damaged thau supposed. She
Will lighter and repair. ' *=jj^!S_»«tiai_Ea<^*iiWWWg
May 27— I.at 7 S. lon 30 W. ship Chas Dennls,rrom
New York for San Fiaucisco.
li., :ti« -i i.- Porta.
SAN DlEGO— Arrived June 24-Strar Alcazar, fm
Eureka. 25— Br bark Pendlemere. from Antwerp,
with second mate dead and having lost a man over
GRAYS HARBOR-Arrived June 24— Scbr Me
lanctbon, hence June 15.
BANDON— Arrived June 24— Scbr Lizzie Prleo.
hence June 17.
ASTORlA— Arrived June 25— Stmr Laguna, bene*
SAN PEDRO— Sailed June 26-Sehr Comet.
I'ORT BLAKELEY— Arrived Juue 25— Sehr W L
Beebee, from Santa Barbara.
FORT bragg — Arrived June 25-Stmr Soutli
Coast, hence June 23.
CASPaVK-Saileil June 25— Sehr Maxim, tor San
TACOMA— Arrived June 25— Scbr Lottie Carson,
Sailed Juue 25— Scbr Ester Bubne and stmr Saa
Pedro and ship C F Sargent, for San Francisco.
* PORT MADlSON— Arrived Juue 25-Schr La
PORT HADLOCK-Arrlved June 25-Bktn J M
Griffiths, hence June 14.
EUREKA— SaiIed Juue 25— Stmr Humboldt, for
Arrived June 24— Sehr Emma and Louisa, benca
i Kastern Ports.
NEW Y'OKK— Cleared Juue 25-Shlp Agenor,
for Sau Diego.
I ..;_-n Ports.
HONOLULU— June 7-Hark Ferris *
Thompson, heuce May 21; bktn S G Wilder, bene*
Sailed June 8-Sehr J G North, for Mabukona to
load for Sau Francisco, 7— Bark Matilda, for Royal
HONG-KONG- Arrl ved June 21-Br stmr Abys
sinia, from Vancouver.
PORT PIRIE-Arrlved June 24-Bark Arkwrlght,
from Port Gamble.
C SHAN'T— Passed June 22— Br ship Argonaut, fm
London for San F'raucisco.
NANAIMO-Sailed June 25-Stmr Wilmington,
for Sau Fraucisco.
NEWPORT— Per Eureka— Bsl sks corn. 30 sacks
onions, 2 tit sks wool, 1 bx starck, & sks cabbage.
Jtedundo— 34o ski torn, 30 cs honey, 20 sks seed,
2 es drugs, 20 sks potatoes.
Ventura— 2o his lemons. 19 bis oranges, 2 bis sea
weed. 2 sks walnuts, 16 sks beans, Su.: sas corn, 1 kg
wine, 68 sks potatoes.
Carpenteria— l3 sks crawfish.
Santa Barbara— 2l sks crawfish. 12 bis lemons, 7
bbls tallow, 7 bdls pelts, 61 bills hides.
Gavlota— 2 bxs butter, 3 bbls tallow. 1 bdl leather.
Port Harford— l2 bis butter, 4cs eggs, 2 bis sea
weed, 32 sks bones, 1 aa coin (9393 631.
Nipoma— loo sks potatoes.
Uayucos— sß lit bxs butter, 7cs eggs, 2 bbls tallow,
1 coop chickens, 9 salt bides. 22 dry hides.
San Simeon— 2 hf hrkius 1155 hi bxs butter, 5Ci
Monterey— l coop chickens, Ibx butter.
PORTLAND— Per Oregon— 9Bß sks wool. 1128 hf
sks flour, 15 bdls pelts, 500 iks wheat, 409 sks oats.
225 Sk3 shorts, 167 sks oil meal, 146 sks corn meal,
1272 bdls pulp, 11 rls 27 ska leather, 1 bx books, 2
cs cocoa, 7 cs cotton goods, 30 cs rubber shoos. 6 cs
1 bl woolens, 17 pkgs outfit, 15 cs wine, 9 tons 63
pkgs scrap Iron, 2cs woodenware. 49 bdls paper, 7
cs canned goods, 3 bbls oil, 41 cs syrup, 6 Iron bolts.
1 pkg express.
Astoria— l6 hf bbls 875 cs salmon. 1794 bills
shooks. 201 sks oysters, 1 pkg express, treasure
1 Per Iriuuard— lß.s9s bags sugar.
HULL— Per Ur ship Eurasla-1911 bdls 688 bars
Charcoal Iron, 334 eskl Paris white, 2cs tins, 1 cs
tubes, 65 csks ocher, 63 drins linseed oil. 320 tons
pig Iron, 16 csks yellow ocber. 250 tons cliflstoue, 5
csks pipe stone.
London— sos cs sardines, 169 cs brandy. 200 cs
olive oil. 60 cs liquors. 100 cs 20 csks red wine, 25
mineral water. 50 ca cocoa, 80 cs granite. 10 cs mus
tard, 12 hhds wine, 112 bis oaknui, 140 cs wine and
spirits, 500 cs vermouth, 5 csks wlue. lb bxs soap, 1
cs show cards, 1 lot chalk, 17 csks earthenware, 160
pkgs mitse, 779 cs do, 1 cs effects, 26 pkgs furniture,
31 cs conserves, 170 cs bottled beer, 145 cs do beer.
287 bis impL-ite. 25 csks cement, 27 cs sherry.
VANCOUVER— Per stmr City of Pueou-6 pkg,
Victoria— l 4 sks fur sealskins, lbi furs. 1 sealed
bag, 2 pkgs express.
lrondale— 20 J tons pig iron.
< Port Townsend— lo pugs mdse, 2 bbls & trunks do,
5 stove*, 6 cs salmon, 2 bis carpet, 1 piauo, 1 c*> to
bacco, 1 sealed bag.
Seattle— l 6 pkgs scales, 10 sks Ihf do wool, Ibr
93 bbls scrap iron. 5 14s rope, 2 cs dry goods, 150
bdls bides, 1 bdl pelts, 6 cs dry £ah, 1 bx seed, 2
Tacoma— Bo bills hides, 136 tins tallow. 156 sacks
wool, 4 pkgs mdse, 7 cs boots and shoes, 1 cs dry
West of Fargo via Tacoma— 3o6 ska flour, 155 sis
wool, 1 kg porter, 1 cs books, 1 bill pelts.
From Eastern Points ' via Vancouver— lo bdls
baskets. 10 bdls tubs, 2 cs wooden ware, 135 bills
sale lute, 460 bdls iron, 1 cs signs, 13 cs boots
and shoes, 131 cs rubbers, 36 cs hosiery. 3 bdls 3 cs
axle grease. 3 cs books, 1 bx Iron clip, 19 cs
books, 2 cs cards, 2 cs silverware, 1 cs organ, 1 cs
feather dusters, 3 bxs p clips, 40 bdls shovels, 200
bdls fence wire. 7 springs, 19 cs hats, 17 bxs oil,
24 cs X plus. 1 plus, 1 bx granlteware, 13 cs 123
bdls paper, 280 bxs salt flsb, 2 cs quoting, 3 pkgs
hardware, 2 bxs castors, 13 cs anvils, 7 cs flannel.
15 CS \'n bbl bolts and nuts, ics dry goods. 3 bis P
stools, 1 cs plated ware, 4 cs brushes, 42 bbls paint,
3 pkgs duck, 17 cs underwear, 217 bills 65 cs gas
pipe. 10 *cs wringers, 6 cs shirting, 12 cs
C soap, 2 cs pianos, 6 cs envelopes, 1 cs
notions, 4 cs eottouades, I cs willow-ware. 1 cs
tinware, 2 bdls. H pails, 6 kgs staples. 1 bx B pow
der, 5 cs soda, 123 bxs, 23 crates sewing machines,
40 pkgs castings, '-' cs indse, 10 bales comforts, 3ca
dentins, 3 cs shirts, 82 bbls glucose, 6 '*s paper, 1
cs bams, Ics calicos. 146 pkgs tobacco. ' ' :_
Per Oregon— Allen A Lewis; Christy A Wise; I,
Breslauer A Co; limine,* Hart: J Everding* Co: 8
Koshland 4 CO; Moore, Ferguson at Co; 11 Dutard;
Brown A Adams: Murphy, Grant A Co; McFarland
A Co; Sherwood A Sherwood; Brown Bros A Co; O
J I. lest ft Co; Cbas llarley A Co; Wells. Fargo A Co;
Wetmore Bros: Morgan oyster Co: M B Moraghan;
Ollphant ft Co; Willamette Pulp and Paper C0; 3.1
Stem; Bachmau Bros; Witt ft Pursch; A I. Bancroft
ft Co; Main ft Winchester: Neustadter Bros: Boston
Rubber Co; 8 Hasiey; C Hultman A Co; L Feldman
ft Co; Pacific Paper Co; Paclflc Iron and Nail Co: A
I. user Williams Bros: Greenbaum, Weil ft M.ch
aels; 0 A Clark ft Co: J J Mack A Co; Jas Elder; J
Brodey. Miller ft Waugh; M O'Brien: J F Mcoov
ernACo;J FArmsby; Scotbler ft Glbbs; Clatsop
Mill Co; AO Phillips ; J C Reud A Co.
- Per Eureka— ll Dutard; W C Price ft Co; L Glld
macher; Hulme ft Hart; W W Montague ft Co; New
mark A Edwards; OB Smith ft Co: Roger Bros
Producj! Co; li N Tildeu ft Co; Lam-Icy ft Michaels;
Baker A Hamilton; WB Sumner ft Co; Hills Bros;
Wheatou A Lulirs: Wells, Fargo ft Co; Wm duff;
Vervalln ft Rowe; D Tledeuiau A Co: J P Thomas;
Allison, Gray ft Co; Ross ft Hewlett; Machined; v
A Millard; Grangers* Business Ass'n; (I A Millard;
Shattuck, Kowalsky ft Co; Wil Rouse ft Co; R J
Trumbell: Dalton Bros; Rouse, Anderson ft Co; Ed
Oasey; Marshall, Teggart ft Broersen; Eagle Craca
er Co; Robert Halght ft Co; M T Freltas ft Co; 8 II
Frank ft Co; Chaffee Bros; Flgg A Klilip; A J B lin
mel ft Co: M Garcia; W It Strong; A Dibble; T Cum
miugs: C Stanley; Cal Sheep Casing Co; C Montgom
ery ft Co: Fechbelmer, Uoodktu A Co.
Per Iringarcl-Wllllains, Dimond A Co; Welch A
Co: EL G Steele A Co.
Per City of Puebla— Wells, Fargo A Co: W Law
ion; H Llebes A Co; A B Wood; Alaska Imp Co; D
N ft E Walters ft Co: A Halsey; Brown Bros ft Co;
A J Hampton ; C J Horn : Cbas Harley ft Co; Ucldea
Gate Glove Co; De Bernardl A Westphal; Hlns A
Laudt; Holbrook, Merrill A stetson; J A Murphy: J
Strable ft Co; L Kline A Co; Levi Strauss A Co; Re
vere Rubber Cc: Murphy, Grant A Co: Sunset Tea
Co; Redlngtonft Co; W v Sumner ft Co; Schlessln
ger ft Co; T Barrett: W 8 Terry; L Saronl ft Co; M
L Meyers; Allen A- Lewis; Christy A Wise; Amies ft
Dallam: A W Meyer; Cahn, Niekelsburg a Co; An
derson ft Co; Buckingham, Hecht ft Co; Austin A
Phelps; Boston Rubber Co; Brown Bros A Co: Caro
lan A Co; Blsslnger A Co; Cal Spring Co; C J Ben
dry; C E Whitney ft Co; Dunham, carrlgan ft Co; 11
Wolff A Bros; Dolllver Bros; EJ Robinson; E Hol
land; Felgeubaum ft Co; First National Bank; J C
Bauer ft Co; Greeubaum, Well ft Michaels; it Wolff
A Bros; Geo 11 Tay ft Co; Hulse. Bradford ft Co; J
Evans: J D Spreckels ft Bros; J W Edwards: Low
enberg ft Co; Le Count Bros; M Frauklin ft Son; M
B Kohlberg; Main A Winchester; Sachs Bros A Co:
Payot, L'pham ft Co; Sou Bros ft Co; Seller Bros; 8
Waguer; s Foster ft Co; Trlest ft Co; Richard Drur
Co; Thos Day A Co; W Badger. * .
Per Eurasia— Yates ft Co; . Hearfleld, Ban
nister ft Co: order or Pascal, Dusetatft Co; order of
R C Bowers Granite Co: E Meyer ft Co; V Westborp
A Co: BaUour, Guthrie A Co; Hellmaa Brosft Co; 9
W Ferguson ; W C Xowusoudj Lilieuthal A to; Jotia
Taylor A Co.