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924 to 928 Market Street»M. J. FLAVIN & CQ-PTliMgli to Ellis Street. « — — ■ — — ■ . ■ ■ fpflflt P^HnPtJATIQ in fill itolMPtrnpntQl Men ' Clothing! Boys' Clothing! Children's Clothing! ulCftl lltXlllullUllu 111 ml liCjJalllllClllS! Furnishing Goods ! Hats for Men and Boys ! Boots and Shoes ! UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS AT MANUFACTURERS' COST! HOLLYHOCKS. - At *'"** hot days told spring's tender petals _f_T~ down, mC\lio; even whlle we say, "The blooms are V/ done." Lo! through the tangled gardens cometh one Cla l. nil unconscious In her quaint ..i.l gown. Perchance the oiii-tinie days we might forget 1! hiilivtinclift ne'er set themselves ablow— Ne'er like old dames and squires moved to and fro In state! measures or the minuet. 'ii« art thou welcome. O thou old-time bloom, Thou ami Itiv Irteml, the fennel at thy side. Our hearts like those In olilern times are wide, A-..1 in tliis new-day slimmer is there room; So let the old flowers ami the net. join bauds in happy gardens through the waiting lauds. Li'iv E. in. i i i In Harper's weekly. DON'T GO! CHAPTER I. KITTY'S REQUEST. ¥iT wa* ilie sweetest ot pleading -voices that si mvi mured sweetest ileailiii2 voices that ; muiun.red tbis eutreaty, aud Kyue Wains Jj? fondly smoothed ii, golden head tbat lay i a —^ his shoulder, and tiled lo kiss a ceitiiiu pair of rosy lips which, were lv his opinion the only lips in the world worih kissing. Bul lhey weie obstinately withheld as once more the i lalutive entreaty made it-ell beard, "It's no use. sir, living lo make me believe thai I am deal to you if you will not grant the BYal, or almost ihe Bret, request 1 have ever made to you !*' ■ Kyile Wallis coughed dubiously and tried to - dfit-ud himself. "Have lever willfully vexed you, my Kitty? Ever since that first odd meeting of ours— " "\\l, 11 you saved me from tlie Ignominious fate oi being ruu over by a donkey,'! Uie young lady .luien-oaed, balf laughing ai the remem brance. ."And you were so delighted at my prowess iiiui you ei-ct. d me llieie and then as your pro tector ItliOUgh iii--." "Indeed, sir:" 1 noted Kitty. "I was lv no such basle to wed. II I had been—" "Why. you had no lack tf nioie eligible lovets. Is that what you hesitated 10 add. Do you fear tbat such au unkind boast would rouse my jealous] '.'". ■•So no— no!'' site cried, vehemently. "It was pol an unkind motive 11. at prompted my sill; speech, so please lorget 11 Bud let us teiuru to the subject we ware discussing. Serb tsly, Kyile, there can be no teuton why juu should rush on — and within ten- days ol out martiage— to si,, ii a distant nud detestable a place as Liv erpool !" "My dearest Kittle, I thought 1 bad fully ex pliitbid 10 juu tbal 1 haven't ttie smallest desire lv ui.ui'ilakc a lung 1 ailroad journey lv one of ihe bn eit-i Febiuaiies the ulo-, st Inhabitant can leneiuber. Of course 1 had much— very much— latliei slay cosily here Willi you, but—" "1 bate luts I" bis betrothed protested. "They alwsjs.'iclace something disagreeable, lv our position, Kj tie, 1 ll.ii.k 1 ought to be your lii si coiisideiuliuii." - "\\ i.j, ib jcu .lie I Have I ever been a selfish or iii-Eltcilul lovet ? lt is hot willingly that I meditate leaving you for a couple of days; 11 is b, cause 1 ci.i.vi honorably ueglect one of the best and 11 Lest li tends that ever uiau bad. • ■i have given you tlie outlines of lied Evans' litstoiy." he weut ou, when Kilty made no more lepij than was conveyed in a jeiK ol her should ers. "And you ki.uw thai lie lias beeu so cru**lly wronged by ihe senior parmers In Hie ill m that be is tlad lo accept the hospitality of a wealthy relative 111 **-bU rinnciscc, and catry [hither tlie ■111 i oi his loituues and ibe delicate little »ge who iiiuicaliy shales Ins exile. 1 have promised 10 go and tee the last uf Hah ; and Knowing tlutl .niy wei'.-bll, d 1 urse will enable me 10 add many "luile conduits lur Uie voyage to their scanty out fit. you will hhOt island iiiat 1 would not bleak that 1 toiiil-se ou any account." --J ou ct uid send ihem a box of useful rdils and cuds. and 1 wnnitl help iv pack it." togeil uls be lioibrd, bill Kyile shook bis bead. -.Ni. '1 .:.« wiuld give me greater pleasure than to be able in v his, ci 10 Ails, Evans Ibal all the thoughtful additions to her stores she would bud lo Lei cabin were puiciiased and arranged lot hct l> ti.e dear little Jvitiy Sutl'.ei lou in whom she l's s,, deet iy interested. But still, I must shake i led's baud ouee mote, and wish bim good speed 1 11 his voyage." "i\> tie, you.iea-.ly are not waned ill Liver pool," and now Kitty's color rose and lie, ejes avoided his. •'ln .Mr. JLvaus' last letter be men tioned uuolbet friend who was stajaig Willi mem." "Dues lie. I do nut remember. I'tetl bas uevet uiauc many intimacies. "Ah, jes. 1 lecollcci now," be added, as the paragraph 10 which Kitty was alluding returned 10 his memuiy. "You mean the Mr. Car or CairuW tied mentions. A relative, if 1 am tint mistaken, ut Mis. Evans; her uncle, 1 fancy, or godfather." A luuk uf relief stole over Miss .Scmei tub's ex pressive features. "lieu he Is an old man. Ah! it Is a very common name, is It nut? But are you suie— " Sh paused so long that at last ber lover finished the sentence fur her. " "1 am -me of nothing but that 1 ought to start for Liverpool to-uigbi. bend me away consoled lor having to leave you by your ackuowledguieht that 1 am doing llgut." "I have never disputed that, _ she responded, with a loving glance, "I like a man to be iatile lvi to ins Ineudslilps; but still I wi-h with all my l.eait you nad not made that promise." "Yum reluctance to lose me, my darling. ls very battel in-.-. Could yuu give me au.uiu lender proof of your affection?" hut Kitty d looped ber bead and looked more rained than. pleased, disengaging ber bauds and crying hurriedly. "All 1 do 1101 think too well of me 1 My motives for ityiiig to keep you bete may be vety selfish ones after all: and yet 1 say agatu—duu't go if you can help it 1" But ou this point Kiile Wallls was firm. lie was slucerely allacbed to bis betrothed; lie would have 1 bought no personal sacrilice too great to make for her sake; but vow that all Hie Irieuds of bis moie loi lunate bouts had loisa. en Iff a Evans, be could out lie so unmanly as tv let ■ a woman's caprice keep him away also. Kniy might and did pout, and ask reproach fully if her power was alieaay on the wane; but we question whether she were not prouder in lie 1 hcati of her lover when lie luslsied in leaving ber than If lie bad sulleied himself to be per suaded to remain by her side. Mrs. SomertOD, Kilty's busy raotner, declared tbnt Kj r,e could nut have pleased tier better than by going away. Now there would be 11 chance of j making her daughter listen to ber lessons ou i buusewiieiy, and to take mote Interest lv the de tails 01 her trousseau. . 'lhe dressmaker congratulated herself that now perhaps .Miss Soiuerlon would submit nioie ' patiently to the necessary "tiyiugs on." and Kilty's young btotheis and Bisters rejoiced at having her loineuiselves once mote beloie Kyile look ncr away from them altogether. Half a dozen of these juveniles were helping ' or btuderiug her while she weighed out Ingiedl cuts lvi the huge wedding-cake the cook medi tated, wben Kyle's first letter was put into her hand. - Why did she tremble aod flush, and hesitate to open I:? A shout from the children and the significant smiles of cook made bet thrust the leiter into bCt pocket nine. d. Not till she was alone did Kitty — a presentiment of evil weighing on her . us— slowly unfold the epistle and peruse It. flow curtly 11 was worded! The wilier bad ■Safely reached Liverpool; the vessel lv übit-n Mr. and Mrs. Evans had secured berths would sail in a couple vi days; tbeie was a great deal to be done, and lie hoped to be of use 10 bis friends, etc. But Hie gist of Ibis communication lay In the • postscript: "The relative of Mrs. Evans named Carroll, win- i found here. is not au eldeily man afler all, and be informs me that tie knows Miss Som - eilon iiniiiiiuely. Why did you lead me to inlet that he was a stranger 10 you ." CHAPTER 11. STARTLING VACATIONS. Kyile V allls felt himself renaid d for the cf fotl he had made when lie received tlie warm Kiasp Fieri Evans' hand, aud met the young mile's grateful glances. -We snail no away more cheered by your kind ness, Mr. Wallis, than you cau Imagine." she ■aid at the hist oppoiluuity. "Although my poor husband scorns io complain, he iecls very tench the dropping away from us of many from whom we Old not merit such ungenerous treat ment. No oue lias come to see us nil but you and ay cousin will— you know Will Carroll?— and he has troubles ot his owu. so that if I do not watch bun and Fred carefully lhey really cou tilve to depress each other sadly." And vet Will Carroll gave many proofs of Ills desiie lo do nil he could lor Ins (all cousin, He was always hanging about the shops of outfitters, or lushing to her to ..now It she weie provided with some article or other of which he had just seen specimens. But for Mrs. Evans' laiighlue pioiesls and exposlul.il lie would have stocked her with mote chests oi tinned provis ions, i ateut baths and cooklnir stoves, water- roof gsi'n.euls, futs, runs and safety bells than would Base been needed lor a party ol uavigafois - loll.c North I'ole. *' You see It's all I can do for her as lit hus band iv too pioud to accept monetary assistance," he confided lo Kvile wheu the young men were king (rom lhe lodgings of the Evan.e s lo an bolel on the night alter Kyrle leached Liver pool. ': if I had been a rich man— which lam sorry I" say I am not— l'd have set Eied up In buMuess attain, and tided him over all his dim cullies for her sake: she's the ouly good woman ikuow." " Xiien your acquaintance with the sex 11111,1 be veiy limned," it led his companion, who, with Kilty's portrait In his vest, felt bound to lake up Uie defense ol the weaker vessels. Mr. Carroll shrugged bis shoulders and sighed, but would not enter Into a discussion. " remaps 11 hasn't been very large. Alter my Bother died 1 stuck to my books very closely, unci never meant to marry till 1 could lind some one who resembled her." " And you have noi yet succeeded?" "I thought I had a iwelveiiiouili ago; tint I suppose lam easily befooled. It's an unpleasant subject ; let's change it." ineu they talked of Ibe weather; of the pros pect of iheir inei.ils having a calm and quick passage; and tue excellent opening promised to Wr. '.vans on ihe other aide of lie Atlantic. " 1 shall not be able to slay and see ihi-in off," Mr. Carroll ob«eived. "1 am a journalist en gaged on one of the weekly papers, and must he al lhe office to-morrow- to do a liuii- sub-editing, But you. Mr. Wallls— you will remain?" ■• Till lhey start, yea; l came Willi that Inten tion." "Ah! Vied was very fidgety till you arrived. I tliini, it would iiave broken ms he.ii I if you had to. i Lilt in an appeal Last i veiling tie talk ed 1 1 nothing else but earlier days spent in your society at— liighgaie was It?" " here we went to school together,'* added Kyile. "Hut my home is now at Surblton. I have taken a In. use In Ken viands, Unit my bride may be nearer her own family." "1 ought to know something of Rurt-iton," Will Carroll commented, Willi a heavy sigh, "for it was there 1 learned my bitterest lessons— how foolishly fond a man can be, bow heartlessly tickle a woman." '■"ion have either been very uuluclty or else most unfortunate in your choice.'' said Kyile thinking of Kitty's blue eyes and unswerving' fidelity. "No one could say that who had seen the young lady!" was the prompt response. "It c, i candor nud sweetness were depleted In me human face Ibey were In hers. For ten days 1 believed lier to be perlectlou. and she gave me every reasou to Imagine that my aOecllon waste turned.'' "And lier parents— did they encourage your suit?" asked Kyrle. sympathetically. "They were absent. Mr. Somerlon had been si.lli-iiiig from rheumatic gont and Ms doctors bad ordered liim lo Hath or fluxion, 1 foi get which, ills wife accompanied liim. and It was at Hi house of a liteud ill whose care lhey lelt lierili.it 1 first met Katie Somen. " You look at me strangely. Mr, Wallis," the young man proceeded to say. •* Perhaps you ihiiik I must be veiy Idiotic to grieve so loug over the loss of a girl hum I only knew ten days, and who did not simple to jilt me in the most beat ttess fashion. And perbaus 1 am, but 1 am growing ashamed of my weakness and have pi unused Mrs. Evans in do my best to forget uix false love. " .Sony to have inflicted these woes on you." be said again presently, foi Kyile continued silent ana Ma- walking alone with bis hat 1 ulied over his eyes and grinding his leetn savagely. '-Can't 'Link how Icm lo be so talkative; I'm 1101 in the habit uf an ing my misfortunes in pub- ,-.'* lie did not tecelve tlie kindly response be ex tit mi. Mutteilug something Inarticulate, Kyrle Wgilis turned abruptly away aud ttie astouisued Carroll saw him 110 more that nigh. " 1 dare say the pool 1 eggar ls Hied with bis journey ami lias been wishing me farther tor the lasl half-hour," be said to himself, --'I'oii my word I'm degenerating Into a regular bore. Hang Katie SSODierion ! 1 was a man li.l 1 knew her!" lie was not the only person who was execrat ing ih.it name. Kyrle" paced Hie streets of Liver pool till long after midnight, brooding on tin- de celt ut Ibe bine-eyed witch who bad thus played with the hearts she won. And vow be tccalled with increasing wrath her efforts 10 prevent bis coming hither; not made, l.y-ihe by. till she heaid that Will Carroll was will) Hie Evanses. Well might she bave dreaded the rencODtie that bad taken place alter all, and put him in pussessluu of such degrading [nets! Tbat Mr. Carroll was not slandering ber he was tut tno sadly, too fiimly convinced. Kilty Sumerton's jilted lover was not aware that be amis telling his (ale tv the man who hud suc ceed d him in her lavor. Moreover, much mat be said Kyrle could con litin. Mr. aud Mrs. Bomerton had but Just letttrued from fluxion when he made the ac quaintance ol then daughter, meeting lier for the Hrst time at the House ol i lie widowed in- ml with whom she was frequently ta the habit oi slay lug. rs, beie were proofs sufficient that Kl-.ty was a jilt, tor Hits be might have forgiven her, see ing that nut lone since she had refused a belter oiler for Ins sake, but the treachery that had in. liked her conduct lie could not overlook-. Slit) nad not only treated Will Carroll cruelly, but tried to keep him lv ignorance it by pi ci ending thai sbi could noi bear to pan with iiiiu— not even lot a day. •'And she would have gone to the altar Willi me," groaned Kyrle, "hiding mis seciei in her heart 1 have been frank with her; nut a fault 01 ii.iij- of my youth have 1 concealed from Hie woman 1 hoped to call my wile. Oh .' why was she not equally sinc.-ie? 1 could have torgiveu her anything while 1 lelt that she was to be misled; now theie ir mains no course for me but 10 see l.er once muif. lax her Willi bet deception, aud bid her laieweil foi ever 1" CHAI'TEI! 111. WITH KITTY*. It required no small amount of firmness to ad lieielo tins lesolutiou when, a-' soon as Kyile Wallts opened tie gate ol Mr. tiomerton's pretty, shady gardeus, Kilty herself came Hying across the lawn to meet him. At the moment ol tils arrival she was playing lawn tennis whit a bevy of pretiy cousins and foimer school-fellows now staying hi the bouse, having beeu invited to be preseut at lier wedding in Hie character ol bnueiualdeus: but her com panions weie forgot eu In the delight of behold ing tier lover, and when, as soon a- a clump 1 1 evergreens hid her frum their sight, she threw Lei-elf 011 his breast with exclamations of joy at bis return. How could lie thrust tier 110:11 liim '.' it seemed impossible thai falsehood could dwell lv the eyes sparkling Willi pleasure or ou the rosy lips that smiled such a tender greeting, and yet that not twelve mouths ago she had smiled as sweetly upon another. What was be to think of he. '.' " I am a very silly, weak-minded young woman." she ci led, laughing, as she withdrew herself from his embrace; "very silly lo forget Unit 1 am awfully angry with you; yes, sir, with you. Have you not beliayed your leave ol ab sence? lt is mighty line 10 plead the claims of your friend, but what is that compaied to mine." "If I have displeased you,'- he answered gravely, " you must attribute whatever I bave done to— Mr. Cai roll." Kilty reddened and gave a quick suspicious glance. " Then Mrs. Evans' cousin," she observed, hesitatingly, "is Hie Mr. Carroll who— who used to visit at .Mrs. Mayue's ?" " Yes." How coldly be spoke! The flush deepened on Kilty's cheek. " It was unfortunate that you should nave met him," she said, after a pause, "lur 1 suppose be told you all ?" "He did." Kyrle responded, speaking more siein y (bail uelure. "Aii! 1 expected he would. And you sided wiili bun. 01' course, and sympathized with bun, and considered that be had beeu shamefully 111-used '.'" "And was be not?" her lover demanded, In a tone that made Kilty bang her bead and begiu to whin: per. "Who would have imagined that lie would have lelt it so deeply." '• Is that any excuse for the disgraceful treat ment meted out lo him? or for the lieartlessness of the girl who could Induce him to love ber and then tliug him aside without hesitation 7 Nay. wiiu has done even worse than tins— wbo has lured anoihei Into her neis, carefully concealing from imii that at the lime lie began to adore her Uie kisses of lier last lover were .still waii'i upon bei lips, his vows ssl l : I ringing 111 her ears!" Kitty was now crying in right earnest " I was afraid, "the sobbed, "you would taite a harsh view of Ihe affair, and that Is why I didn't want you to meet Mr. Carroll." "Was Ibis your only reason."' Kyile de manded. •' Dili no pity for him— no regiet tor your own deceitful conduct— mingle with your dread of an expose .' "Kilty dashed away ber tears as she responded: " I have always I ten very sorry for Mr. Carroll —very; though, as I loll) you just now, I did not Imagine that an acquaintance f liat merely lasted a ii Ight could linvesiich painful results. But why you blame me so severely, I don't know." •• You know Hat j-,,u did not hesitate to con ceal the affair from me; thai you let ire goto Liverpool little dreaming mat 1 should hear from Win Canon Hit story that parts you and me for ever." Kilty Bomerton gave a little scream. " Uooduess. Kvtle, what can he have "aid to have made you su angry with me? Why, 1 knew nothing about Mr. Carroll 'ill I came back from Buxton with papa ami mamma!" •' But It was while they were ai Buxton that be made your acquaintance. " Mine!" and the blue eyes opened more widely than before. "He lias never known me at all It was my cousin and namesake. Katie Burner ton—she's on the lawn now, waiting to be intro duced to you— who stayed with Mia. Mayue din ing our absence!" " Then theie is anolbcr Kitlv Bomerton ? " " Katie, it you please, sir. There Is only one Kitty— tbe poor mil at whom for the last len minutes you have been frowning most cm lly." " .My bailing, how shall I ever forgive myself? But it you knew what I have been suffering ever since 1 have bt en under this lilghltul mistake I As for Mlsa Katie Bomerton, don't ask to con done her offense.-, it is through ber fickleness all Uu-. has occurred, and she mutt be the most detestable of girls I " " Indeed, Kyrle, she Is not," lie was assured. •' It is because I lore her dearly and have al ways appieclated iter good qualities mat I have kept her st ciets. But indeed, Ibeic are excuses for ill- sudden dismissal of her suitor, at eveu yon will ai'iui. when you bave given me ah imp artial healing." Kyile shook bis bead, but listened while Kitty explained how her cousiu had suddenly become fiigbleni-'l at the haste with which she had rushed Into an engagement with a comparative stranger and without ib« consent of l.er parents, It was her tear of Hieii aimer thai bad prompted her lo Wiiic the letter of dismissal that dashed lhe hopes of Will Carroll. •' But she has been vei\ unhappy since," Kitty added. " And though she has assured herself that lie must have forgotten her long since, she has Dot loiaolli-ii him. Of couise I can under stand your being my sillied by Hie similarity ot names, but how could you think sum of me? V by I've a good mind not lo forgive you for ltl" However, being endowed with the sweetest of THE MORNING CALL, SAN FRANCISCO; FRIDAY. JULY 25, 1890-EIGHT PAGES. tempers, she did pardon him; and their renewed happiness Oiling lliem Willi compassion lor less foriunate couple", ilu-y so contrived that the Jilted lover was persuaded in come to the wed ding, and was paired on wi-ii Cousin Kate. The consequences were explanations that must bave been satisfactory, for not lone after Sir. and Mrs. Evans had received at iheir new Inline lhe cauls and wedding cake of Kvile al ii", they wire favored Willi a --miliar packet from Will Carroll. L. C. THE STUCK MARKET. Yesterday's market was mixed, some stocks rising aud others falling, in the afternoon call Ophir ad vanced to $5 and PoMsi declined to $6 50 and Bull ion to $3 45. Trade was rather more active than on the preceding day. The close was firm and most stocks showed an im provement over the afternoon call. Local securities were rather quiet. Hawaiian Commercial advanced sharply to $17. Sun Insurance has declared Its regular quarterly dividend. Holmes reported fifteen bars bullion, weighing 16,036 ounces, up to July 15th. Hereafter both mills will be employed. One of these has thirty aud the other twenty stamps. The following assessments have been levied: Navajo Queen, 10c, delinquent August _2_\ North Bonanza, 10c, August IMb; Phil Sheridan, 10c, August JUlh; Trojan, 10c, August 23d. .*-■.••« ii - rending. i be following is a list or ussrssm cuts now pending; | Drliuillitl Company. No. Ann. in the 'Sale Day. I i Board. . Oak Con. 0$ 101. June 10.. Aug 2 Standard Con: 3 .July 3 .Aug 19 True Coi 9 02. .July 21 Sept 15 Silver King 3 20 .July 10 .Aug 11 Mavrlosu'rU 47 30 July 10 .July 31 Bodle Con 12 25 .July 1. .Aug 22 Crocker j 9 16 .July 1". Aug 15 Con. Pacific 12 10 July 22 .Aug 20 Telrakotr I 4 01 July 20 Aug 23 Belcher 40 61' July 2S .Aug 21 Go den Prize 4 251. Ju1y 30 .Aug 18 Crescent 4 251. Aug 2 .Aug 29 Cruikshank 1 in. Aug » .Aug 25 Exchequer 29 25.. Aug 10. Sept 4 Buna 1 .us 1 06'. Aug 11 Sept 5 Almont 'J *]. Aug 13 .Aug 30 Con. Imperial 2s 0.". .Aug 17 .Sept 11 N. Bonanza 10 10 Aug IS .Sept 2 Phil Sheridan 6 lot. Aug 20 .Sept 4 Union Con 41 25 .Aug 21 .Sept 1.". Navajo Queen 3 10 Aug 22 .Sept 6 Trojan 19 lul. Aug 23 .Sept b Company. .'-.s of lc per share. > ■ ra— Assessments of mines nut listed un tbo 1 > aid lall delinquent In oibce, llivl.l-utis lie,-lnr_.|. Com tax y. Amount. VOAItn SALES. rcllcwlng were the sales yesterday In tbe San I ranclsco stuck Hoard: in-, ,<-i. ah si-sian — 0 *. K. 10 belcher...'.!*. 2 100 C P0int.. 2.05 50 0vrmn...2.45 4 '." Hill Del A! .-.1.70 50 i> ■■ 100 B isle. ...I** 50 1 "A 7oo Peer lii 150 1! ft :;.-. mo Em-no 05 200 P01051....7K.4 100 80d1e... 1.151100 M ft C ...2.70 3110 Savaue. .3.su 100 11U111011..3.9U230 11 _N. ..-' , _, 100 is lift 1.70 100 ..s 30. ...3.30 100 Justice. .l.4o2oo3 Nev.. .3.20 450 3.85 400 Men. _n3.au 100 3.15 200C:iletlonla.40 20 3'i 304 3.10 irult H011ar.. 3.65; 50 Nil Is. 1.30,100 Uni0n....2.80 100 CC 4 V. 3.00 200 0phir.... 4. 70370 2.85 a. , t linn 351 90 is 4 300 WCow 35 200 C Pacific. 2o, 600cc1d....1.30j100 40 AITKBNOON sfiaslov— 3:3). 20-1 AlDha....l' , 200 <■ P01nt..2.65 200 Oeeid ...1.3.1 100 A tt 1.20 100 Eureka. .. 4-,j 7:.0U|ih1r.... 6.00 300 Andes ... tosooeicbo 350 4.'.)5 100 Belcher ..'lh_ 60 0 C... 2.70 20 4.90 130 2.55 200 H 4 J1... 2.70 -verm. .2.46 50 lift 8... 3.90 200 __.'.»>"• 860 Peer 15 100 1., lie . . .1.35 100 lowa 50 luoi'otosl o*4 450 1!ii111,.:i..::.4 5 400 Julia 25 100 6a a 900 3% 800 Justice.. 1.46 500 B" 150 Hi 1iar...:.-./* &0 1.10250 Savaee.,3.7o 60C-.,mt:i....ai _ 200 Mexican 3.45100 it ft M..1.0& 250 DC A V.3.85 150 3.40 200 S .Nev. . .3. 100 C imp 30 200 Mono. 75 200 Union, 2.86 200 C Pacitic._is.lUO Martin W.4o!'__oo XV C0in. ...35 300 Crocker... 25) 60 N'0ceid. 2.06,200 i'Jackct.2.9s Following were tbe sales in the Pacific Stock Board yesterday : i n-ri/.R r-FssiON— lo:3o. 100 Altn 1.20 960 0 (.'A- V.. .3.95 .000 0phir.. 4.98 200 Audi 65 100 3.85 400 4.90 200 8e1cher. 2.55 150 3.00 5.00 100 2 1 _ 150 8xcne0....95 1601'0t551....7<*6 200 2.66 200 li £ C... 2.70 200 73, 250 B isle.... \V_ 160 '. ; , 200 71/_ 250 1.30 250 2,80 150 7 ' -i ■Jilt! II .V 1t.. .3.1.0 000 lift 3*.. 2.* li *. in Savage... a. 10.) 3.86 200 'i ■', 200 3.80 300 .3.90 Julia ... 25 300 Scorpion. .2s 250 3.95 250 Kentnek 1.36 ISO s 11 .v M.I. 200 Oodte. . . 1.20 150 Uexicuu.. a' , 200 S Nev.... 3. 15 200 Ii 100 3.30200 3.40 250 1.30,500 a. 15 150 3.36 50 l.l! 160 Hi 300 3.30 45U 1.36,260 3.40 100 3'i 200 i.l 20" 3.56 160 Union 254 300 8u11i0n. .3.70 200 Chollar_3.Bs 100 2.70 600 3*., 150 3.70 160 2.85 100 1.91 100 a.d 1260 2.90 160 3.85 SOO Mono 75300 2.95 200 3V2H.1 0phir.. ..4.70 400 3.00 50 a. si: 300 ... 4.«f. 400 Utah 90 400 c 1 mi, 331200 4*.» 3011 95 500 C Point. ..2- jo I 4.80 100 YJacket.3.oO AHI-kni'.iX sIAO-iA-. 200 -tin....! ' , 700 I lino ....33 200 1 1 ver in.. 100 Andes 70 300 32 ltn i'otr,st....7i 100 Belcher .2" ,3001 rocker.. 23800 7.00 200 2.66 200 C P0int. 2.70 200 I!".. 260 2.60:200 2 1, 200 6% ion Belle 1.. 1.30 100 Eureka ...' ■, 500 6. , 150 Bodle. .1.30 501) Excho... . tot 350 v... 100 l'/j2OO 87i. 200 Savage.. a. 7o 3'JO minion.. a. 0 .00 os too v7„S% 400 3.00 . uo 1 ft c 2",4200 A... 150 334j!300 II ft N... 2.65 300 3.60 700 3.55 200 Julia 25 100 S i,4 M..1 65 400 3U.|4oo>lcxican..3'/.,;i00 1.70 lot) a.7. 1 SO Mono 06 200 S .Nev... a. 15 200 1tu1wer.... 24.100 Navaj0. ...60:100 3.20 150 Cb011ar ..3.40.300 unhir ...4.85 200 0ni0n.... 2.90 100 31. -00 4.951400 3.00 200 3.55 .00 4.90100 2.95 200 c - ft V 3.91 200 s.oll:3oo Utah 90 100 3.8t-|,OO 51/1,1100 Jacket. 3. CLOSING QUOTATION?. Tuiush.AY, July 24— 4 P. m. Sltt. el" "I Hut. Asked. Alpha run 1.26 1.30 Hale ft N0rci5.. 2.70 2.75 AIM 1.20 1.25 Julia 20 25 Andes B.i 70 Justice 1.40 1.45 Belcher 2.05 2.7. Kentnek 1.30 1.40 Belle Isle 1.25 — Lady Washiign. 30 35 Best 4 Belcher.3.Bo 3.9' Mount Diab10.. 2.10 2.50 Bottle 1.25 1.31, Mexican 3.1 3.65 Bullion 3.7J 3.7.' dono 70 75 Burner 25 31 *cv Wucen 75 85 Caledonia 40 4: , Belle Isle 1.30 — Central 05 1' ,' Commnwlth..2.Bs 2.96 Challenge Con.. 2.7. Jccldental 1.35 1.40 Chollar 3.60 3.5. |tlur 5.U0 by. Comnionw-ealth3.4o 3.5- ivermao 2.45 2.60 Con Cal & V1r.. 3.85 3.9 'eer 15 20 Con New York.. ■ 30 a. 'eeriesa 20 25 Confidence. ..,..0.50 7.1: --.t.-si 6.7517.00 tun In:,, 1 rial... 30 3 av.-ige 3.70 3.75 Crocker 20 2. •Hi Slides C. 1.65 1.70 Crown l-o-.at.. .2.7." 2.81 corplon 20 25 Dei Monte 1.60 1.7' lerra Nevada.. 3.2s 3.30 Dudley _ 05 1-. ilver lull 30 35 East blerra .Nev 05 1 '.judical..- 05 10 Exchequer 90 8. luioaCon 2.95 8.00 Could ft Curry.2.7o 2.7. taii 95 1.00 Grand Prize ... 45 61 . Jacket 2.95 3.U0 MIStELLAMiiII s CUBITUS. Trcbsuat, July 24 — 2 P. St. Jilit. Asked. Bid. Asked. C511i15.4'5...122 — PacincLlehtu. HO 81 CllUCoWßds. PS 100 SK Gaslight.. 58% 68':. bupnt-stßrts.lo9 — -.tktuilG-_.il. SO 60 ' " Ir'ACllseliyß.lOtis^llO Cal-st Rlt 108 - MAI'RKBds... — 90 Central KB.- — 19 Mkl-s! Killi.lAlJ-J-'iiJ:!' , Cltv Kit — 100" NPCoastiiU. — ill.i 'I- ,v (' Use llv 1.5 3B<„_ N IPKK l«ls..ll4*>illUU>lieary-st It It. — Itiu " NKya-CallldslOOV. - NIUMIiK. - 63 OmulbusOßd.i IBi/j,ll!l'i Omnibus it It 77 K2>,_ P.v<)i;i;itiis...ll7i,i;li'o Presidio X St.. 15 35 1-Al nitvl-.iH. — 100 lAnglo.xcvAs. HO 89 l'owl-stßylid. - 120 California InsllO lid SPltllArlzl-dslos*Sa — Couimcrti'lliis 85 95 M'ltiti -aiiini.iiS'/j — Fireman's Id. 155 — Sl'lil'.CalHss.lo2l,i — Home Mutual. 140 - SFHrHCalltdsllli/, — Slate Investm 76V_s 78 BV Water 65..123 125 Union Ins —" 80 SVWater4's.. — pec Atlantic Pow. — 45 AiiftloCallitik. 83 80 Cal Powder.. .l4o ICO Hank or tat... — 275 Glanc Powder - — 76 CalSafeLlenos. — 52 Sa 'tyN'ltl'ow. 14 14».i _Hr_tNatl.aiik.l7o — Vlgcrit Paw.. 7V_ 7__ Ll'*.Aiuliank.l23*,t,l2B I Vulcan Pow.. — 18' LA BP Bank. 35 — Cal See Licet 21>,i, '21% Paclllc Bank. .llHl 105 |< Kleo Wks. — Si/, March l-.x llux IS 23',i'Haw'ii Com... 16% 17% Blue Lakes XV. is — " Hnteb'n Surar 20 — Central -a W. 90 91 IJuds'uM'fitCo 17 19/. HarinCoW... — 60 Oceanic 8 8.. — lou S V Water... 9b»<ii — Uric B 8*8... 06 — Central Uas... — 95 ll'ac In A Nail. — 35 Los Aiu'S t;,t.i. 65 — Pac Phonos:*-. I 1% Oakland lias.. 34% 35 Vi'l'acWooduw'e 23 , — ■■■■■ Pac Gas ImCo 02 03 V_' I MOlt-S-IM) SACKS. Hoard- 15 racifie Llci-tlnst Co. HOY,: 20 8 V Water, 95;,«; $3000 Omnibus Cable Bonds, 118' BtrCet-»7000 omnibus Catile Bonds, 1 lt>*._. . V AFTKRXOOS SALES. .' lloartl-5 Hawaiian Commercial. 17: S2OOO Omni bus cable Hoods, 118' /2 ; *1000 bPof A Bonds, 106. Street-is S V Water. 88%. Chinese for Mexico. Lyman I. Mowry, an attorney Of this city, will leave shortly for China to there make arrangements for transporting 8000 Chinese laborers to Mexico, where they will be re quired to work on a contemplated railroad, lie intends to charter small steamers nt various times and scud tho coolies over in that way, Mr. Mowry says there is not the slightest intention -to deposit any of the coolies anywhere near the boundary line. They will be taken to Tehtiiuitepcc, which is far from the boundary. An Assistant Manager. Fred Sharon has engaged G. Pereival Smith to act as assistant manager of the Palate Hotel. Mr. Smith is an ex-army officer and has an extensive acquaintance among the English traveling public. - v- - SEA AND SHORE. A Seaman Killed by an Accident on the J. A. Garfield. Two New Vessels Being Euilt for the Coasting Trade-Boat-Thieves at Work at Tibu- Ron— Changes of Captain?. .The schooner James A. Garfield, Captain Morse, arrived yesterday, six days trom Shoal water Bay, with a cargo ol lumber for the Simp son Lumber Company. The captain makes the following report: "Tuesday, July 22J, at 3 o'clock lv the after noon, while wearing ship, a seaman named An drew l'orsman had bis fool caught in the spanker-sheet, lie received severe injuries on both bead and aukle, from the ellects of which lie died on the same night at 9:15 o'clock, He was a native ol Russia, aged 40 years." The deceased was a member of the Coast Seamen's Union, and the flag was Hying at half mast over the union's hall yesterday out of re spect lo his memory. Tie weather was thick and hazy at Point Lobos yesteiday and the wind blowing 10 miles an hour, veetiug from southwest to northwest. The barometer read: 8 o'clock iv the morning 29.96, noon 20.94, 0 o'clock tn tho evening 29.88. The observer at Point lteyes telegraphed down at noon that the weather there was cloudiest and a gale blowiog lroin tlie north west. 1 A CHILIAN BARK WRECKED. A dispatch received at the Merchants' Ex change yesterday afternoon says; "The chlliau baik Savon a went ashore near ltngeis Puttit ibis morning, and Is fast going to pieces, The tug Tacoma Is unable lo get her off.'' Rogers Point is four miles west ol Dungeness, ou Puget Sound, nearly opposite Victoria. The _A.ivi.na Is a Chilian bark, which sailed from Valparaiso ou May 17lh lor Port 'lown send. Her name cannot lie louud hi Lloyds or auy of the oilier registers of shipping, and she Improbably some old vessel that was recently purchased by tne Chilians aud had net name changed. Captain Milian, commanding the United states iFceiviug-slup Itule endeoce at the Mate Island Navy-yaid, offers a reward ol $10 for mealiest and deliveiy on board the vessel of deserter Alexander ISoigstiom, au ordinary seaman. Borgsiioin is a uauve of den, 25 years of age, is 5 lect 5 inches ib height aud weighs 140 pounds. The shipping arrivals yesterday were very light. Up to dark only seven vessels had come iuto poit for the day, two steamers aud live schooners. The schooner J. Kpplnger arrived from Fort • Bragg and proceeded up river direct. CORAL FOUND NEAK THE I'OItT. When in,- schooner Occidental was coming In from Humboldt Captain Brandt kept the lead going, and when three-quarters of a mile to the southward and westward of -Noonday Rock, or Fanny Shoals, tlie lead brought up a piece of coral which had evidently b-en broken ott a ledge. This Is the first specimen of coral found in these waters. The coral, which is colored led and white, was takeu hv the captain lo lhe Branch iiydrographic Olliee at the .Merchants' Exchange The Bill ship Lord liosebery was spoken iii May 'loih in latitude 50 south, longitude 81° west, and the .Ncthei hy on July loth in latitude 39 muni, longitude 13- west. Hie latter ves sel is bound lor tins pint. The steamer Oceanic, hence, arrived al Hong- Kong on Wednesday. The schooner (, tilde, whicll was reported BSIIorS soinellino ago upnoiili, arrived yesicr uav, eight days fiom Porl iilakef y, with a large cargo of lumber for Kenton. Holmes .-. Co. as she passed up the hay it was seen she bad a new set of sails, 'ihe British ship Hospodar is not 1.11 days out from Rio de Janeiro lor this pott, as has been eiroueously reported. She left London 386 days Ago, and put Into Rio in distress, leaving there ou April 18th. She is therefore iilnety-seveu days oat now, and no anxiety is fell on her behalf. BOLD BOAT-THIEVES. On Tuesday eveuiug two men went over to Kershaw's Island, near Tiburon, aud stole a Cory belonging to Captain Nicholas Richard. In the doiy lhey pulled over to the yacht Pilgrim, belonging io Captain Albert l.uiersoti of the Coiiulluau Yacht Club, prom the yacht they took lour pans of blankets, one water barrel, a coal oil slove, seven glas-es of jelly and some Hour. The yacht's compass and a quantity of butter they ielt un top ol the cabin. Alter despoiling the yacht Hie thieves rowed over to the wbaieboat Annie Amelia, belonging lo J. Heikliaut, and, pulling up Iter anchor, sailed up lhe rivei in tier Willi the dory lv low. On Wednesday evening, when Rolen Perils ol tbe liceiwing and P. Irish weie coining down Carauluez Straits, they sighted the Annie Amelia, aud, un arriving at Tiburon, lelegiapl.ed to Aiiiioch and .Mailiiicz to have the constables lheie look i lit lor the lliieves and toe booty. The old ling Ttopic Hud, which was some months ago condemned and takeu to the bone yaid at Xlburou, is now ancl-.oied fast to the beach at Kershaw's [stand and is belio' irans lonned Into a bathing establishment. Sbe is ly lug stern on, and dressing rooms are being built in her alter cud. i NEW VESSELS BUILDING. Dickie Hi billets commenced the construction yesterday, at their ahlp-yaid atTiburon.ol a new sieanier for 1101-hs Jt Wail, which, when com pleted, will bo used ou their line between this port and descent City. W. U. Smith is the lole iii.in In charge ol Ibe work. The new cralt will bo a propeller, and her dimensions will be: Length over all 162 feel, on Keel 188, beam 32, dei 12 8 feet. She will have cabins on deck 80 feet long and a sleeiage below. There will he a tier ol upper cabins lor the officers' use. The material used will he Ore. gou pine below water and Poit Urloril cedar above. The keel will be In thiee pieces; one piece Oregon pine 102 feel in length and two pieces laut el. each 86 leet long. The shoo and stem and stern posts will be ol white oak. site will have two masts eacli 97 leet long, and will be completed In about font months. . Oeorge W. Hume & Co. ol tins city his con tracted to have a schooner built at Coos Bay loriiie saiinou-iisiiiiig trade, She will be called the Willie Hume, aud will be ready for sen ice in two months. A FIRE ON THE DOCK. The ship John W. Marr is discharging a cargo of coal (rom Baltimore at Mission No. 2. As the coal Is landed a poillouof it is loaded In sacks that fonneily contained niter, these sacks have not been thoroughly washed, and yesteiday some of ilicui look hie from spontane ous combustion. Some of them weie thrown overboard, and others weie cut opeu and their contents lemoved, and theu a bucket bilgade was loitni-d and the Hie quenched. Captain .McCartney, lale ol tlie ship Two Brothers, wilt go to Tacoma to take command of Ihe ship Palestine, vice Captain llaydeu, who will letlie to engage in the real estate business. Mr. Wiudiuw. lale ciiiel mate of the Two Broth ers, will lake command of lhat vessel. When Thomas llaydeu was* pulling 'ashore from Hie Biuisb baik Kme. bis boat capsized and he was picked up by the Custom-house cul ter Hartley. The steamer Humboldt has been completely overhauled and made as good as new. She will commence her tegular nips to Eureka again on August 2d. Purser Kalisch, who has beeu so long on Ihe Hue. still mains In her. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. The ship Palmyra has gone to the Union Iron Wuiks. The ship Samaria Is laden and hauled into the stieani from Sleuatt stieet. The ilollluwood came down from fort Costa yesterday aud anchored in ihe stream, The light-house tender -Manzanlta left the dry dock and docked at h'olsoni No. 2. 1 lie James A. (jai Held docked at the sea-wall on arrival. The British baik i.me docked at the sea-wall to discharge, Tue Callirihoe and the New York came down from Mc.Ne.ll'3 Wharl, Port Costa, wheat-laden I'll |-.ill"|.e. '1 lie Conqueror has shifted from Long Bi idee to llowaid No. 1. » — • The ship Samaria Is ready for sea, and her plac- in It.iseufelu's Line has been taken by the Joseph S. Spinney. APPEAL IS THE REMEDY. The Supremo Court Cannot on Habeas Corpus <io Behind .-» Sentence. The Supreme Court yesterday filed its opinion and decision in the Lizzie Williams habeas corpus case. The prisoner was con victed in the Superior Court last October of the crime of grand larceny and sen tenced to a term of two years in the House of . Correction. The petition for her dis charge alleged that her sentence was illegal because at the time it was pronounced she was above the age of 25 years. The Su preme Court held that it had no power to go behind the record of the court below in habeas corpus proceedings. The record of the : Superior ; Court • showed that Lizzie Williams .was properly sentenced and it ' makes no mention of her ago and . the pre sumption is that the court found her to be under 25 years. The proper remedy is an appeal of the whole case. The prisoner was therefore remanded. •"' Urging the I'.-s.ag, . > In connection with the action taken by the Chamber of Commerce at its last meet-' ing, a dispatch has been sent tn the Cali fornia delegation at Washington concerning the shipping bills now before Congress, in forming i lit-in that the Chamber had adopted resolutions urging the delegates to do all they could to help pass the measures. MRS. PLATT'S GUARDIAN. One Friendly to Her lnii-r,-8'« Has Keen A |»p„ fnl,-,1. The application of Alfred G. Plait tobe appointed guardian of the person and es tate of his wife, Josephine E. Piatt, who is at present confined in the Asylum for In sane at Napa was again before Judge Wal lace yesterday. Piatt testilied that lie had managed his wile's property while he held her power of attorney, from 1883 to 1880, and had In creased the monthly income from $162 SO to $287 50. Her share of the rent of the Tivoll Opera House properly Is £-175 per month. lie stated that he was earning from S3OO to $500 a month as a commission broker when he married, and that since then he had been encaged in various en terprises, one of which was the sale of a ranch in Lake County to Freddie Gebhardt, realizing £4000 therefrom, lie asserted that previous to the time his wife became Insane their relationship was always pleas ant. The Judge denied Piatt's petition on the ground that he had a claim against the es tate, aud advised the appointment of a per son for whom Mrs. Piatt would have a friendly feeling, so that every assistance could ho given in ellcciing l.er recovery from menial affliction. Tbe counsel agreed upon Ramon E. Wil son, a partner of Mrs. Piatt's attorney, and tlio Judge appointed him. Ilis*bouds were toed at $10.000. HOTEL ARRIVALS. BALDWIN HOTEL. n M Fitzgerald, Oakland Dr C VV Aby.Lake County J L Gould, Hutch Flat A S Levy, Sew York A 0 Gebringer, Concord 1-: M Wolf, Stockton A Charroux ,v w, Oakland S F Hansen. Boston ii C ate, Oakland II X lllhhets a w.l.osAng s Daniel, a, land i; II Haves. San Diego L.i.i oils. St Lou Mrs A Prlsble, Vallejo !_ hohbliisoti, st Louis .Mrs X smith. Oakland C It Hansen, Berkeley 11 L Ellsworth, Petaluina T Uruss, Keddlng E tielii-k. Martinez N Ottoman, Modesto A Smith, Seattle BROOKLYN HOTEL. J Walrd, Montana a Van Laven, Florida Ell ' era; ,-.. San Jose -i M Prentice, Chicago M It Miller A f. Red Bluff C F Schwarz. Tacoma Mrs M l)ulnn, p.ed Bluff II 8 Johnson, Tombstone c: Planks, Chlco M V Harvey. New Orleans 11 E Ksuey, New York PU Sears. Washington J V Scanlan, Lathrop N V Gliinls, Sail Lake ii™ Williams, M Yakima 0 p Clayton, Tempieton John Howell. San Jose '» o Mason. St Paul Harry lieguer, Sacniento L Slavan, Napa it E Robinson, Ureciiville M C Oulnn, Salinas Chas Faber, Lathrop M Doyle, st Louis '- ' ' II S Davis. Healdsburg 0 1! Thomas, Missouri John Henry, Lodl E 11 Barrett, Snohomish J J ilubiuger, Clo-lialls AMERICAN EXCHANGE. F.l McWorthy, Sacto C J Anthony * w. Mass ii C lili-ijiiis, Monterey A Klein Aw, New York .Mrs. Hadley, Watsnvllle C 11 Conway ,v fill, Miss «> ilaniaro _w, Oregon John Mulligan, Omaha Mrs M M Murphy, S Louis A Miller. Mount Eden Georae Howard, St Louis James Norton, Merced John Cane, Nebraska w E Wesseley, St Louis 0 N Parkhurst A w-,s Jose ti 11 Culver, St Louis FJoi dan, Los Angeles Vlis. c Allison. st Louis P E Blaekiidge, Ls Angls _ E Thorp. Sacramento T li siats-. Modesto ill Etirlght, Tulare .i Zeller, Los Angeles I-'t: Wilson .v w. Pa 8 I- Mi-inn, Los Angeles Ed Harley, California VV li L.iyue, Texas A Howell, Helena Charles Smith, Merced Joseph Delauey, linmbldt Geo Henderson, Merced IW A Robinson, Billings Win Alexander, Bethany IK lilsdee, Australia J T Thorp, Carson |OT Baldwin. Petaiuma N Mackenzie. Toronto 1)J Williams, Oregon Mrs Armstrong, Toronto Dr J X White A w, i.s An Mrs Yott A fin, Toronto A ii Smith a w, Denver INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. v <; Huts, in. t:, .ni, ier Crk-A J Peterson, Fort Bragg Ft; Dm, l, Boulder Creek 8 Hazard, Fort Bragg E II Mi-duire. liouldercrk I; Holland, Portland .1 Donahue, Niles .1 Henderson. Tracy 1- It Kennedy. San Joso A Henglehart, Healdsbrg F* Morris, Leadv-tiie . Sharps .- lac Grove (' Meyer, .Napa M Sbsrpe, Pacific Grove .1 XV Wilson. Montana Miss M Sli.ir;.e. I aetirove L Palmer, Montana 1° Ross. Pacini Grove C Wilson. Montana s Conlias, California J Mi-Ouarrie. Boston C Ughtfoot, California .1 1 ras.-r. Ho.ton II ■Clifton * v.-, New York J T .Mason, iiowuicvllle M Baker, California J Dyer, Colfax <i XV Clark Aw. Calirornia J Rentier, Colfax X S I. api, am. Occidental A 1' Carlson, Colfax s G Dover, Los Angeles ' KJ Farley, Oakla d M O Dover, Los Aiigeles J 1) Reuse, Fairfield N li lord. Sn Bernardino L J we Ainau. California J Wat. on. Vacavllle J Wen. lie, California F Woo, l, Martinez O Gustafson, California A c Low-ring, Mereed li Person, California IWDownsort, Merced OCCIDENTAL HOTEL, If M Hnvward, Lake Co .Mrs Dudley, Stockton Miss 0 Hay ward. Lake Co .1 It Walk, it Lake Ctv Miss I lav ward. Lake Co Mis. l X Walker. S LakeC Miss M Haynard.Lake Co VV c Walker. Salt Lake V J J O'Conuell, U s A c Walker, salt Lake City W Shlrlock, Portland 11 Walker, Salt Lake City Miss X Shlrlock, Portland II Walker, Salt Lake City Col II i' Byraonds.L Uatos Miss 8 Walker, Salt Lake Mrs II c svniomls, Los Mrs M J Cheeseman, Salt Ottos I Lake City N C symonds, Los Oatoj S ! in (-.. man. Salt Lake C s.i Bracken. Los Uatos Miss it cheeseman, Salt L AW Huchanan, Chicago Mrs L Chase, Santa Cruz EW Chapman, TossmltelMiss Cutlery, Santa Cruz A.l Martin. Sienlo Park Capt X 8 Floyd, Lakeport S It Levey, Lemoore .Mr. Floyd, Lakeport J J Brown, Panama 11 c Moore, Nevada 8 Shlrlock, Chicago Sliss Moore, Nevada i- Hampton, Los Angeles U A Brown, lowa XV TSt Auburn. Niagara Rev J 1-' Holmes. Colorado Mrs V M .toll son, .Mexico Sirs Holmes, Colorado VV L Dudley, Stockton I ■ ROSS HOUSE. Mrs D D Hemenway, Pet S Boat, Mexico J J Quill. Sauta Cruz I'l. Blanks. Woodland s c Adams. Modesto i; burkbalter ,v wr, Sacto J Adams, -Modesto J ti Lyhtman, Sacraiuuut II II Lacy A wf. Oriatld C B Mitchell. Kansas vv l* Taylor A wf, Townsd E T Siork. Sacrameuto VV vv Turner. Eureka D E Iteardon. Redding VV II HeattiA-iv-r. Modesto A 8 Hey l.v fain, Stockton Mrs A llcnner, Orlatid 11 Watkins. Bakersfield M Cooper, San Jose Sacraiuto H li Club, sac CI- Sprague, Woodland ;E it Sherman, St Louis 8 M Aldrich, Clayton .Mrs Latm-forilAdau, Euka J Wharton, Mexico 8 Mathews. Salinas SI w Dunuigan. Antloeh Mrs BdwardsJfcdau, 8 liar II C Castillo, Visalia .1 II Brock man. Missouri Miss V Fells. Vlsalla In II Grubbo, Stockton 11 Hoffman, Byron -Mrs Byrne, Santa Clara LSloane, Bradley F Miller, Rio Vista vv A Warnock, Sansallto I T Ward, Freestone SOCoker.v lam. Auburn E Anthony, New York A SI Eastman, Nevada Cy XV Cameron a wf, Jlllplt s smith, Sacramento i-i c Heath A wf, Portland li W Brown, California O T CniwfordA-wf.Sllssou L McLaughlin, Sanger 111 XV Whlteomb, Slnterey ,i La wit r, Petalutnit • V Pratt Jc wf, Sao Jose It It Harmon. Livermore Mrs Stevens.v: dan, Dixon J D Craw-lord, Dallas i I Mrs Sparks,' Davlsvllle (J XV Bradbury, Alameda E II War-Li fam, it Bluff PALACE HOTEL. A H Boomer, California 0 II Klrby A w.Callfornla Tls Lnnglej-, Riverside J W Dwlght, N Dakota II M Ball, California I It E I'rlt-k. Bakerstield 0 M Jackson, California 11 B rence A- w, Cal S C Lltlls, Klugsburg vv Curlett A w, s Rafael li M Riordan, Arizona E Oakford, San Rafael It King, Oregon i: Harding, New Zealand TO Ilogan, Martinez \V Q Hat-Wan*. New York .1 11 Bacon, New Yok A I) Rirhler, Chicago _ Ha/ell. iv, California C C Dose, Chicago I- II Roots ,V 2 9, Lit Buck C ■ 1 aii.-h'iui A- vv. N V V h Nolton, Little Rock T.i Field. .Monterey D It Hlngey, Little Rock Mrs J s Lassen. Nw York It X Carver, New York i Miss 1-: Bender, Carson J Leister. Chicago .1 s Fassett, New- York A llnlni.-iii, Seattle 3 A Clayton, San Jose Mrs A V. Bingham, Caliror C N Feiton, Menlo Park S P Dunn _ w. New York C E Lnngbani. Salt Lake T I. Morse * f, N Orleans X Kohn. l.eadvllle F',l W'enstrup, Ohio J .fiingk, Socorra T J Messermau, Ohio J 8 Chiuworth A w, Ohio IV P Moore A- I, Ohio .1 A Williamson, ii C XV 11 Scott A w, -Wheeling A Wilson, Sydney VV 11 Lyons, Paris IE II Parson. Salt Lake Mrs II McMulllu, Chicago A Bannister. Salt Lake Miss II liiitierwoitli, N V 11 Wilson, California Miss Bon. loi. New York !J it O'Keelle A- w, Cal Miss M C Kundnl, NY Fi A Armstrong London JV 11 Knapp, Napa J II Doothingtun, London VV I. McAllister A dtr,Cal|j o Curtis, Sauta Cruz GRAND HOTEL. C E Marriott £ fam, Mo- 11 II Blood, Virginia desto '• •■•- ■• •- Dr J 1 Stephen A- wr, Cal Mrs _ X Duncan. Modesto Miss A Stephen. Cal J V Reed, Chicago EM Manasse, Napa E S Logan, llolllster I-: W Forsaith. California J Prior. Marlon Dr Itoblnsou A w. wallets II Robinson, Indiana .1 P Chapman, Canon City T VV Slieeliuu, Sacto .1 C Currier A- w. 8 Miguel .1 'Winding, bark Albert Mils 11 N Currier, Ban i. ti Smith, , ,., . Miguel. Cll Clarke A wi. Seattle F C Eraser. Slsklvon T J Kcily, California ID J Murphy A wf, Llvcr- EXV True, Los Angeles | more Ji Gladwin A- wf, Oakland!!* McMahan. llolllster A willlaniß.WaluutCreek L Bixlry, Los Angeles K.I Thompson, Oakland i; M Lovelock, Chicago >* Kaylor A wf, California U S Mary-told, L Angeles XV II Martin, Napa ti Si Donaver, Texas ■ » A SI t-iiiiinilug, l ruitvale. O W Hartliiere, San Diego A W Havens, Oakland '.Miss 11 i, rower, Sacto it Lde Forrest, Oakland A lleslope. Pasadena W J stone, California A 0 Hirst, San lose J A Kendall, Oakland \V D (iarohle a- wf, Sacto j v Moseley, Oakland C J Stanley, Williams YV II Sinoyer, New York s c Webber Jfc wf, Pitts- E E Brownell A wf.SJosc burg ,1 11 Millie ibrun, Visalia lt I Smith, Lake County XV xv Foster. New York vv s Richards, san Jose C W Ureen, Marysvilie J J Jones, Martinez - . Oil Spring, Areata XX V Slcliarvry, Salinas I) J .Murphy, San Jose E Smith, l'aso Rubles SK l.rghiu, N Almaden C E Hotter, sau Jose Joe Witt. New Almaden |E Schacfer, Rochester J A I.aeizell A son, San J W Kasehberg, Sacto Luis Obispo - - • Died of Hi* Injuries. rltosewaltf Lombard,' the old man wbo was knocked down and run over by a buggy last Sandfly at Eleventh and Howard streets, died at the _ Receiving Hospital at 5:30 o'clock yesterday morning.,. Robert W. Koberts and John Madden, who were in the vehicle that ran over Dim, are under arrest on a charge of assault to murder. Lombard had no iainily. He made a living by sweep ing the streets, for ■ which work the : prop erty-owners paid him. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Jane E. Peck (by administrator) to P. J. Mar tin, lot on XV. line or tiara St., 108 N. of -Eighteenth, N. 11-1136: also lot on Ni'. Hue of Moscow and Japan ayes., E. Unix 150; also lot on K. line ol iMiuerva. 50 vv. 01 Plymouth, VV. 100x123 $10 Peter Mllliken to Charles C. Capp, lot on N. "llueol Naples St., 100 X Russia, 8. 50x100. 10 John Human lo Susannah il. Hlgman, lots 12 and 13, 810ck 42. City Land Association.... 400 John Carred to John Hunter, lot 27'Jx-Sl, -;_ Uift Map L' SUO Frank M. i'ixley to Frederick l'uehzi. lot ou 8. line of i.reenwichst., 100 W. of Fillmore, XV. 37:8x120 1,800 John C-iiter el al. to Kate Kldd, lot on 1-;. lino of Folsom, 185 S. of Tweutieth. S. 25x122.. 10 T-ljllCllll It.Hudde to 11, rtha de Wall, lot on N. - < Hue of Math aye., I'll XV. of It St., W. _Jsx ioo 10 "Alexander xv. Wilson and wife to Heyman Abraham, NVV. cor. Pulton and Scott sts., W. 125x70 10 Daniel Hayes to Mary Hayes, lot ou N. line of Austin St., 125 E. of Franklin, _. 25x00 Gift Marc A. Hirabent to Virginia Blrahcut, .NX. corner 60-vara 222, 8. 30x68:9 (lift 11. A. litruh to Juliet J. Siezes, lot on 8. Hue of Page St., 80 w. of Lyon, vv. 23x100 10 John w. Caafield to Thomas M. Jewett. lot on W. line ol Arkansas St., 383 >'. of sierra, N. 50x100 10 Market and stanyan Streets Improvement Company to P. J. Dudley, lot on 8. line of Seventeenth St., 126:5 E. of Stanyan, _. 44:1. SE. 108:7. W. 37:3, N. 111:5 1.270 Market and stanyan Streets Improvement Company to J. K. Howell, lot on S. line of belgravo st., 171:3 _. ot stanyan, _. 26x 100....: 625 Paul _. Keller to Harry 8. Keller, undivided li lots 18 to .0 and N. */ of lot 220, Uifi. Map 2; lots 358, 300 and 382, (lift Map 3.. 250 11. Siiiuttler to Lizzie Schottler, lot on E. Hue ot l'ond st., 182:0 N. of Seventeenth, N. 25x08:4 6 Jacoh Heyman to Robert Johnson, lot ou I-:. Hue of Fortieth 225 8. of vv, s. 50x120. 10 Alex Me.Nee ( i,y attorney) to Martin Fahey, lots 3.13 and 335, Ulft Hap .' 6 Ueorge it. Tolmau and wile (hy Sheriff) to it. A. Wilson, lots 2.1 to 34, Block 43, City Land Association 1,921 John Cotilin to Evarlste Chstaln, lot ou vv. line of Mission st., 157:8 8. of Twenty sixth, S. 32:6x125 500 John J. Hayues and wile to ill lam 1-.. Coul ter, lot 11, Block 5, Flint Tract Homestead, 10 Maggie Porter et al. to Johu i.ahl, lot 25, Block 12, same 10 .1. 8. Cohen to Solomon Ducas, undivided */, lots 354, 360, lillt Map 3. also lots 18 and 20. lint Map 2 10 ALAMEDA COUNTY. W.C. Hyde to O. Suttle, lot 50x100. on N K. cor. of Alameda aye. and Oak st., Alameda. 10 J.J. Screluer to L. Seralungo, lot 25x135, ou 8. lino of Central aye., 192 E. of Mcl'liersou St.. Alameda 485 M. F. Cuuimiugs to J. A. souire, lot 50x136, on SW. cor. ot Chauuing way and Dauast., Berkeley 10 V. F. Sinis;to J. H. Rider, lot £6x126, un W. line of Henry St., 163 8. of Fifth, Oak land Grant J V, inn,; to J. Young, lot 60x120.011 N.llue of Thirty-tilth st.. 281 W. of Telegraph aye 5 A. Scheilhaus to li. Anderson, lot 40x127, on 8. line of Dwight way, 80 VV. of Dwindle St.. Berke ey , 6 W.E. Brown to E. Bergstorom, N. IS--, ft. » of lot C, Block 59, Alameda Park Homestead 10 San Francisco Savings Culun to Ellen Long, lots 6 and 7, Piedmont Villa Tract, Oakland 10 G. Dubois to Alice A. Short, lot L. Block 3, San Leandro 10 Alice A. Short to Maty Short, same Gift Clinton Jones to E. J. waugh, lots 70 and 71, Hock Island Tract. Oaklaud 5 Builders' Contracts. John Perata with I). Kr.-.scr et al., to build on IV. line of I'owell st., 107:6 S. of Union, S. 30, VV. 137:6, -V 27, E. 07. N. 30, E. 70. 5500. hoods 91000; J. J. Mekiniion and K. W. Sorrel) sureties. California Academy of Sciences with Itansom & dishing, to build balconies on S. line of .Market st., bet. Fourth ami Filth. 80x275: 93750. J. C. Johnson with N. I'arrlsh el al., mill work, on SW. cor. ot Van Nessave. aud California St.: $5000. Louis Blank with J. I- Loonier, to huild on w. line or Colllugwood st., 144:4 8. of Eighteenth, S. 80x26; 92200, Louis Lander with J. E. Loonier, to build on E. llneol Hartford St., 'I'll S. of Nineteen th, S. 49xl**5; 95000. Al red Vetter with Adam Miller, carpenter work, on 8. line of Market St.. 75 W. of Sixth, 50x80; 95800. Allied Vetter with William I*. Wilson, plumbing, same; 92368. AlTred Vetter with XV. C. Watson, plastering, same: $3250. Alfred Vetter with A. J. McMco'.l, elevator, same; 92750. John Hammond with N. I'arrlsh A Co.. mill work, on NE. line of Twelfth St., bet. .Mission and lloward; 91420. Ma: lin ivempsey and wife with XV. VV. Rednall, to build on N. line" of Eighteenth St., 100 W. of San chez, XV. 26x114; 83400. _.?,,,.-. 11., waiinlts. A party of eiglit Hawaiian Islanders, who have been living for the past thirteen years in Salt I_,ak6 City, arrived in the city re cently. They were originally enticed away from their homes by the glowing tales of Mormon missionaries and were set to work nt .Salt Lake City on the now Mormon Tab ernacle. Some months ago the Mormon Church officials had no more work for them to do, aud refused to give them funds to re turn to their native land. After consider able trouble they managed to reach this city by train. Consul McKinley will pro vide lor their shipment to their homes. Danger in His Work. John Kernan, a plumber, was treated yesterday at tlie -Receiving Hospital for asphyxia. While working on a gas-pipe at 0 liarnard street he was overcome by escap ing gas and was found in an unconscious condition. Police- Ollieer J. P. Cnrson took him to the hospital, whore lie quickly ral lied under medical treatment lie left the hospital later in the day. For 11-iiiiftgi-s to an Infant. Maurice Mt-Donotigli, r.n infant, was a passenger on a cable-car on June loth last, and through alleged negligence of the man agement of the line was violently- thrown against a part of tlie dummy and was wounded about his head and eye. His mother has sited to ret-over *?;>7."» damages from the Sutter-strect Railway Compauy. COMMERCIAL RECORD. Tiir:tAi'.\Y Evexiso, July 24. fiT-MM-.KY Oil* THK HABKKT-i. Wheat advanced. Barley and Oats firm. Corn steady. Rye unchanged. Hay steady. Beans quiet. .*• Potatoes weaker. Onions higher. Butter, Cheese and Eggs firm. Poultry quiet. Game In light receipt. Fresh Fruit abundant. Dried I • oil very firm. Honey weak. Vegetables in good supply. Hops steady. Coffee easier. Grain Hags more firmly held. •- English Wheat -Market. Liverpool, July 24. -The spot market is firm at 7s ld@7s 4,1. Cargoes are quiet at SHs 6,1 for olf coast, 37s 9d for Just shipped and 38s 3d for nearly due. FUTURES. The Produce Exchange cable gives the following Liverpool quotations: July, 7s 4tl; August, 7s 4 '/id; September, 7s 4aid; October, 7s 6d; November, 7ss', d; December. 7s 5y a d. SECI'RITIES. I-OSMi.t, July 24. — Consols, 96 7-16; United States Honda— 4's, 124*14; 4' Vs. 105; Sliver. 49% d; Ken tea, 92f 72*. ic Bullion "into Bank of England, £28,000. New York Markets. New York, July 24.— The Stock market showed a little animation to-day in spots, but, as yesterday, attention was concentrated | upon the sugar re fineries, and the large dealings in that stock were sum-lent to bring transactions In the unlisted de partment again up above those In the regular list, he forenoon's trading was ; marked by extreme dullness, but In the afternoon the market advanced slightly and it continued well Into the last hour, when realization compelled some reaction, though only in Sugar was thero any material setback. The market, however, close,! btrcly steady on the re action, but generally at small fractions better than the opening figures. Governments strong.; Petro leum, which continues dull and featureless, opened steady at 89c. : Spot declined %c and August de clined i.e. but afterward recovered tbis loss. The market closed dull. ' Nkw York, July 24.— United States Bonds: 4's, 123i,a; 4i,i's, 104; Northern Pacific. 30%; Cana dian Pacific. 82%; Central Pacific, 33; Atchi son, 451.2: Union Pacific, 03% ; Wells- Kargo. 141t Western Union,. 83%; Silver, 109%; Sterling, fl Bb\'_'SH 89 _. Wheat-Cash, 89>.ic; August, 95'ic Hour— Vlrin. Collee— sl7 20. Stißar-4T b r<j.s'. : .c. Hops— Calirornia, 16e. - Hides— California, lie. . Copper— Lake, $16 75. Tin-Spot, $20 80. / la-ad— Domestic. $4 50. Irou-sl4. Petroleum— B9c. ■ ■'...■■ Chicago Market* Chicago, July 24.— Wheat opened . a c higher, ad vanced l%c more and closed 2c higher than yester day on bullish cables. Receipts. 500,000 bushels: shipments, -.'44,000 bushels. Rye steady at 49"/ 3 c. liariey slow. Chicago, .luij 24.— Wheat, cash, 90c. Corn— 39' s.-. Fork— sll 25. . Lard— »*i xo. Itilis- *5 05. Whisky- 10. . Fine Silver. Quoted at $1 OG@l 08 V ounce. Mexican Dollars. Quotable at 67@89c. New York Exchange. .Sew York Kxchange, 12V' a c for sight drafts and 17Vie fur telegraphic. Shipping: Notes. Steamers to sail to-day are the Ncwbern for Mcx- . ico, the Los Angeles for san Pedro, the Crescent City for Crescent City, the North Fork for Hum boldt Hay and the Gipsy for the Salinas River. The Santa Rosa lulls due from San Diego and the City of Puebla from Victoria an:i i'ugct Bound, The ship Jeremiah TX-Ompsoa, 189*1 tons, loads Coal at Nati.iuiio for this port: the British bark Lint-. 774 tuns, merchandise for Melbourne; the l'ritish iron bark Oineo, 789 toils, Lumber on the sound for Melbourne, 655. Ihe ilritisli Iron ship Cawdor, 2355 tons, was chartered prior to arrival for Wheat to the United Kingdom, Havre or Antwerp, 37s 6d. rroiiuce Market. FLOUR— Set cash prices are as follows: Family extras, 15g4 35: isakers- extras, $-1 10§4 20; city superfine, $2 90@3 '20; interior brands, $!(_> 4 35 for extras, ami *2 otXg)3 '.'0 %* bbl for super fine. WHEAT— Took another turn upward yesterday. The advance was sympathetic with an appreciation abroad ami the shippers were cautious about follow ing It up too closely, heuce trade was quiet. No. 1, $1 35@1 37.;,; No. 2, $1 30i"£l 33%: Sonora, fl 35; choice. Si 38%; extra choice tor milling, fl 10 _. ctl. CALL SALES — MORN-ISO. The market rose lc. November— $1 41%; 100, $1 41*} i. Seller '90. new-S'JO. fl 36%; 100, $1 30'/ . Buyer season— loo, fl 52* 300, $1 62. Buyer 'DO— 2oo, fl 45; 200, fl ',_; 100, fl 45V»; 100. $1 44%; 600, fl 44%. CALL SALES— AFTERNOON*. Buyer '90-200. tl 45'/..: 100. tl 45"' 8 : 300, f145%: 100, tl 4514. Buyerseasuu-100. 52K*,: 200. fl 52% BAKLEi— Firm. Demand fair. Shipment of 12.000 ctls Brewing to New York per 3hlp Sama ria. No. 1 Feed, fl 20; choice, $1 22%; No. 2, ft 17' Brewing, fl 22%©1 25 "p. ctl Tor lair to choice. CALL SALES— KORXI.VG. Buyer '90-100. fl 235,.; 100, fl 23*.' ; 300, fl 231/0. Buyer season-10.1, tl 29-* , i; 100, fl 30. Seller '60, uew-600, tl 19*_i; 200, fl 19% CALL SALES— AFTERNOON. Buyer '9o— 2oo, fl 23%; 300, fl 23%. OATS— Continue firm, with a lair demand. No. 1, fl 57"/v@l 60: No. 0. fl 50®. 55: Choice, fl 65; Surprise, fl 7001 75 *"■_ ctL Ci'BN— No further change In prices. Large Yellow, fl 22%(__>1 27% for common to choice; small Bound Yellow, fl 22.- 191 27%; White, fl 12%01 20 f ctl. KYE-Quotaulc at tl *f» ctl. BRAN— Quotable at $14 50015 50 for tbe best and 14 %* ton lor lower grades and outside brands. MIDDLINGS— QuotabIe at $22. 24 "fi ton. HAY — Steady and unchanged. Receipts free. New Wheat, quotable at 98012 50 '. ton lor fair to good .-in. l $13 oil-oil l for choice; new Oat, fS(_ilO: new Wild Oat, fisi-ill; new Barley, #7(0.10: new Clover, f -010 *? ton. STKA —Quotable at 45055 cr- bale. .MH.l.si I' li —Ground Barley, $27@12& The mills sell Oilcake .Meal at $25 '_•■ ton net, the Jobbers charge 27 ~. ton: Bye Flour, ac **s lb; Bye Meal. -Ji...-: Graham Flour. 3%c; Oatmeal, 4 ;: _t<-: Oat Groats, I,!-; Cracked Win-. it. 3%c: Buckwheat Flour, sc; Pearl Barley, -1 ' 't& i ,r $ in. SEEDS— Yellow Mustard, fl 90(4.2 fl ctl; Brown Mil rd. 12 :,-i" ; 25: Flax. *'-' 76; Canary, 3< ■.'■_> :'■ ' "ft lb; Alf<a, ac ft it-; Rape, 2%C; ileinp,-;', ... ; Timothy, ..•'•_,'« 6>..,c. DRIED PEAS- Nominal. X lias, 9203 28 II ctl. Spin Peas, 6' ■•• **** '■'■■ BUCKWHEAT— NominaI. None offering. CORN -HEAL, ETC.— Table Ileal. ;.' .. -t -,c •■? Ib; Feed Corn, f27@28; Cracked Corn. $'lt su*g)23 50 1?. ton: Hominy, 4c r> It,. BEANS — All kinds are unlet, ltayos. f3 76 4 to; Pea, $2 1002 20; Small White. »2@2 15; pink. $2 76@ '; Beds, nominal; Limns, $i -JoGSt 50: Butlers, $1 ltO'a.2 r ctl for small and medium. POTATOES— Receipts are rather more liberal and the market is quieter and weaker, sweets 5c pJ in. Garnet Chiles, sacks, fl 05-.1 15: Burba. ik Seed lings, iv boxes ( 1 '.bm 1 76, iv sacks _rl 12 is ©1 40; Early Rose, .-otfii'l 10 in sacks and f'.faU 35 In boxes: Peerless. 'Jdc^fl 05 in sacks, ami $1 25f^ 1 35 "ti ctl tn boxes. Silveraklna have advanced to fl 85@2 "f. .-ii ..ml are scarce. BUTTER— Firm at the advance. Fancy, 20021 c; good to choice, 17019 ctt lb; couiinon to lair, lata) IOCS store Butter, 10i0,12%c: pickled roil, 170 lsi ._..■; Eastern, 7®!ot- '_• it. CHEESE— strong at the Improved prices. Good to choice mild new. 6310 c _ th; fancy, 10'.i.'al lc; Young American, 9%t£10%c; cased, %c additional; Eastern. 13i.__.1-l >_c _ lb. FOULTE-— lhe market was quiet, rami well sup plied yesterday except Turkeys, which continued scarce. Live 'turkeys. Quotable at 20033 c fur Gob blers ami 18@22c for liens; Ueese, "$ pair, tl 250 1 60; Goslings, fl 501.J1 75; Ducks, $3 5004 50 for old ami $5 lor young; liens, ftXis-t' 50: Boosters, young, »0..a_7 60: do, old. $0 o'O 50: Fryers, t-i.ids 50; Broilers, *.4 for laree anil $'l.i.i > d.iz ior small. GAME— Quiet. Venison, IDA i 3c t* Ib; Doves, 76c @fl *. doz; Hare, fl 60131 75: Babbits, fl 25 for Cottontails, and $1 for small. EGGS— Choice are firm ami poor are weak and dull. Fancy Eastern are quotable at 19c '-. dozen. We quote common to choice Eastern. 1 -J ' - - - 17,-: California, lSkj'.'Oc for store and 22V_@2ac for ranch. HONEY— Supplies heavy. Market weak. Choice White Comb. B01OC; do. in 1-ti. frames, 10@llc; ordinary comb, 7®3c; White extracted, b\_c; am ber. 4 :.ise 31 It. BEEsWAX-Quotable at 2t@26c*j» lb. fiiesii liii'irs— Apricots were no lower yester day, and in fact some sellers reported more steadi ness. One sale at '-'"ie f. o. b. cars In Alameda County 10 a canncr v. as reported. At the same time receipts are ample. Peaches continue In good sup ply at practically unchanged prices. Overripe Figs are selling down to 15020 c%> box. Apples and Pears show no further change. Plums are in large supply and dud. Additional varieties of Gi-anesaro Coming in. Lutein the day Cantaloupes weakened and some were sold down to 75c(_.i$l >- irate. Crabapples, 60075 c '■;' small autl $U_l 25 *p. large box. Grapes, 65iM)fl for small White or Black and flfoll 25 for Muscats and fl 51) fur Rose of Peru; Cantaloupes, 75ciS_f2 "fi era;.-: Watermelons, to 50 ©12 is 100: Black Figs, 150__5c ft bos for single layer and 25(550c *$* box lor double-layer boxes; White! lit. 211030 cf_ box: Plums. 293 c V tb; Egg Plums, »>iii 135 *p ton ami >M_\_<s %i lb; Green dates, 25(4)30 fi ton amt 1 1 ...a _i- j- .1 ; Peach Plums. 500 75c "5) box; Black Currants. 76c 9 drawer: Kaspber ries. $5 bind)- <a chest: Blackberries. f 405 50: Apri cots, 2 */.(#3e V- It. to the trade aud 202«* c il It, to the canuers; Peaches, 350£75 c *js box ami 50@75c *jvi basket ror Hale's Early and 50075 c *r' box and 40075 cIS basket for Crawtords: Nectarines, 600 7.At- r* box fur white and l@l 25 for red; Green Apples. 50"i.7.".c V sins.ii an.l 75c.ii.4T ¥ large box; p.etl Apples, fl($l 50 Tor lar.u ami 75c for small boxes: Pears. 50cflt$] 7- b ■% ana 60065 c*? basket: Bartlett Pears, 2%-g4e 9 ib; Strawberries, }.'• • " .- chest. CITRUS FKUIT, ETC.-Malaga Lemons. tl(8)6: Sicily Lemons. $&<O6: llivcrside Lemons, f'J@3 50; San Diego and Los Angeles Lemons, (101 50: Mex ican Limes, $8 50'n-l 50: Banana.;, f 103 50 V hunch: Pineapoles, S3t_-_5 '? doten. DRIED I'ltCiTS— Apricots are In brisk demand at the orchards, bill this market Is quiet, i'eaches are largely nominal. Active contracting for Grapes is reported at hardening ■ prices. New evapo rated Peaches, 10017 c: new bleached Apricots, sacks, lltiiilae "fi lb; boxes, 16c V lb. We quote tntures tor new crop at l'li^Hlc %* Ib for White Nectarines, 9&12r V lb for Bed Nectarines, and 70 10c. ror Calirornia Prunes cured, and 2%@2.%cf0r the Ircsh fruit: drapes, 3' .j..s3''_ii: V in. RAISINS— Layers, future delivery, fl 7. r >@2 12':.. The spot market is wholly nominal, as follows: fl 75(052 15 ior cood to choice layers, Sl@l 10 for common to fair layers and '.*.".-(._..:', 50 ior loose. NlTS— Pine Nuts are quotable at So9c: sort shell Almonds, 15c; hardshell Almonds, 506 c; Cali fornia Walnuts. lOtailc for Los Amides, 10@12c for Santa Barbara: Chile Walnuts, IOr; Peanuts, ti© Sc: Hickory Nuts, eta-He: Pecans, 10011 c: Fil berts, lll;.@l-.'i , L ,c; Brazil Nuts, noiulual at 12(3 12' ...c v li,-. Cocoanntt, fs@6*pioo. VEGETABLES— Beans are a drug. Common Corn Is dull. Kiver Tomatoes are very Arm. New 51,-irrow fat Squash. 20025 If, ton; Eitg Plant, *1|»1 25 box; Green okra. lo® 121 * lb; Green Peppers, 60 ®75c ft box; Tomatoes. 100600 for Vacavllle ami f1 50 for River In lar h e Dxeafsreen Corn, 6Oeof 125 *»» sack and6Ocof 1 25 t* crate for common anil 20 f0.25c sf. dozen lor Bay; summer Squash, 50c V box for Alameda; Wax Beans. l@l%c *)- ir,: Fountain Beans, 101% c; String Beans, lc; encumbers, 40(<i65c m box Tor Bay; Green Peas, fl 30t» 1 75 ¥ sack ; t'alibaires, ISfooOe fl ctl : _roed Carrots. siK«ii!sc : Turnips. 75c0f 1: Beets, 1; Parsnips, fl 25@1 50 j» ctl: Garlic, 4©sc ¥ tb. -■««m"» i,, — _ — >twi^- PROVISIONS— Eastern covered Breakrast Bacon, 13 1 la'-rC; Catlrorula smoked Bacon, 0(gil0.-! tor heavy and inedluiu. ami 13013%cr0r light: 13%(<J 14c lb fur extra light: Bacon Sides, 9'. @9*<icf tr,; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams for city trade. 13'/.2___> 14c: Calirornia Hams, salt, 12' pa 12' ...t: ¥ lb: retrigeratnr-ciirrd. 13013%cr Lard, tierces. East ern, ail sinus, 909%0: cases, lOfoilO'/sf: California tierces, 91 ic-'",_''; half-bbls. 9*,_.(a._i''. v c; tins, 10c; palls, 10-lb, ro'..,**e,- do, 5-Ir,. 10 4 c: kegs, 9»i(ailot; V. It,; Mess Beef, $7 60(a8: extra mess do. ts 50,i> 9: family do, fll 50.0)12; clear Pork, 19 60320; extra prime, flO 50.a17: extra clear, f 20020 60; mess do. tm-j»18 50> bbl: Pig Pork. %* keg. f3O 3 25; Pigs' Feci, 12012 60 * bbl; Smoked Beef, li:'jMl'lC_ lb.. -■-.• HOPS - Firm at 17*._.@;>0c for either old or new. -..-**. . HIDES. AND PELTS — Heavy salted steers are quotable at B\'_e. V lh; medium, 6c **X lb: light, fie V lb: Cowhides, 5c c* lb; salted Kin. -i(itsc: salted Calf. 6e: dairy Calf, 20r31.t0c-.llry Hides, usual selection, fl@9%c: dry Kips, 7c: dry Cilf, 7.-; prime Goatskins. 35c each: medlutn do. 2fXg)3oc: small skins, 10,-: Deerskins, good summer, SOc; medium, 221 ..attJac; thin. 20e V lb; Sheepskins, shearlings, lotai-Oc: short wool, SOS^SOc: medium, 60(a...0,:: lout wool, 90c@$l 25 Vi tti. liutchertowu green skim sell restively higher. ... I TALLOW— Pair to -too.l rendered, 3' ..aj^ic; re fined. 5.0.0 ' urease, -.>i/,,(,c:.,; >* trt. ." - - wool —We quote spring clips as follows: Eastern Oregon. 16@20e« tt; Nevada, 16t<j>18V_,c ti lb: choice Northern, 19(521c: Humboldt and .Mendocluo, 21(ai-_':tc; San Joaquin and Southern, year staple, 12>_(_tl5c; San Joaquin and Southern, months, 12@16t!; choice Foothill lli^ld'/4o _-BL______^____^__f__^^_^_____9_a_t General Merchandise. BAGS-Are more firmly held. Calcutta, spot, 6% <&T,e; Wool Bays, _it)<S3Sc; Potato Gunnies, nomi nal. OlL— California Castor Oil, In eases, 1, »1 40; No. 8. $1 '20 (manufacturers' rates] : California Lin seed, bbls. fi gall, boiled, 7*_!*/ 2 c; raw, 70c V ("-'; 1 *s, 1 ,c more. Kenned Cocoanut. 55 -etJOc "** gall: Chins Nut. titWSTHc V gallon: Eastern Linseed Oil, m bhls, 70c: do raw, 67 "Ac **_( gallon: Lard Oil, bins, 72*/-.c: rases, ', 7 ' -.(' *f* gallon. PETROLEUM— Starlight, '.'lc; Downer's. l!7> 9 pal: Astral. 21c; 150 ' Elaine, 2t>tAc: Pearl. 21c; Water White, refined, built. 17c: Headlight 17J', cases, 27c; Mineral Illuminating, ami', 27 ' fee in awes; Standard, 110* lire test, id'. a c ft gall incase* (caps), 17c faucets and lie in bulk. WHITE LEAD— Quotable at 5'.,c «t It). TUKPENTINE— Quoted at 58c f* gallon. COFFEE— The private circular of it. Ifochknfler says: "Business during the first two weeks of the month was excessively dull but has assumed a little more animation in the last few days. Price, have remained nominally unchanged; although tome par: eels of Costa IMcis ami Guatemalan that were pressed on the market sold with some concession lit I ci', (iood preen unwashed Salvador was held at the beginning of the no-nth at 11*. ye and sold freely since at 19*, 3 c: at the close, however, there aro inure buyers than sellers at this figure, Transac tions since the Ist Inst, comprise 1803 bags Costa Rica, 2404 Salvador and 1980 Guatemala. The stock of Central Americans In first hands, including 5644 bags received on the 20th Inst, by steamers San Bias ami Acapulco, consists of 10,833 bags Costa Klca. lii.iis. 1 ) Salvador. 7:' bags Nicaragua and 19,719 Guatemala, in all 40,00h bags. in Brazilian ports receipts of tlie new crop were very moderate, being retarded by rains. From July Ist to "J Ist, Inclusive, tliey averaged daily 0429 baps in Rio and 2018 In Santos, against 7607 and 5429 bags respectively, during the corresponding period of last rear. Quotations are as follows: 2d l fqi-'I fa 1 ' V ID for good to prima washed Guatemala; 10 ' \_t_p 'r 1 lb 21c for (rood to prime Costa Klca and washed Salvador; 19@20c for fair washed Guatemala; 19(g> i*-1 -,<• for fair costa ltl ca and washed Salvador; 17 - 1 <g,l >-■ ,c for medium Guatemala, Costa Rica ami Sal vador; 14^@17c lor ordinary Guatemala, Costa Kicaand Salvador} l__@l4»_c for very Inferior to common Guatemala, Costa Kicaand Salvador; lOVfec for good unwashed Salvador." SUGAR— California Sugar Hennery quotes as follows, terms net cash: * 000, S-%0 *p lb; Crushed, l>3_c: Extra Powdered. (J** -,■ : Pine Crushed. b : -,<-; Dry Granulated, B\_c; Confectioners' A, Oo; Extra C, 4%c; Golden C, l';' a c *$ Ib; Bags, _$- mora than bbls. The American Hennery quotes, terms net cash: Extra fine Cube. o**' 8 Crushed, 6 s ' 8 c: pine Crushed, *>-- „<* : Powdered, oa/ c: Extra fine Powdered. _';,sc; Dry Granulated. 0' be: AX do. ttV'sC: Confectioners A, 6c; White Extra C, be; Extra O. 4 7 / c; Golden C, 4%c \i lb. San Francl.e» Meat Market. Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers are follows: REEK— quality, &ViOOC; second quality, 4-*',_i@sV4C: third do, &tyb@4_C veal- Large, 1 ■ *;■ ■: a all Calves. 6/idSo. MUTTON— Wethers, 7^ASci Ewes, o',i@7%e.' LAMB— Spring Lamb. Hi.,(g»;)e _) 'J: PORK— Live Hops. t'4't I'^c mr light grain-fed, and 3%@4c tor heavy king: stock 11. us, 31 , -_ 4c %i ib;"dressed do, 7'/»(Si>c "Jl B>. RECEIPTS OK I'KODDCC. , Thursday. July 24. Flour, or sKs 15.711 Bran, sks ... 3,339 Wheat, ctls 182.101 Ur Screenings, sks. 20 Rat ley. ctls 18,894 Ilay. tons 685 lorn, ctls ...... ... 1,501) Straw, t0n5..... .... 30 Rye. ctls 450 Bops, bale. _. '84 Potatoes, sks 3,988 Wool, bates. 61 Unions, sKS „ 154 Hides, n0.... 458 Middlings, sks 1,0061 OCEAN STEAM Ilntrs of Departure Prom Sun Frnnel'lßtl. Steamer. I Destination. I Sails. | WIIRF Los Angeles.. San Pedro Jul 25. Ham Bdw'y 2 Sewbern Mexico Jul 25,10 am Bdw'y2 Mariposa... Australia Jul 26,12 m Oceania Santa Kosa.. J San Diego. Jul 27.1 1 am I llilw' f J Columbia.... Portland Jul 27.10 am Spear EureKa San Pedro Jul 29. Sam im\v"v2 Lily Puebla.. Vie* Put Souud Jul 29. 9am IlilWr 1 L'orona Humboldt Bay.. Jul 30. llAMllMw'y 1 VVHainetteV Vaiiutna 8ay.... Jul 31.10am iSeaW II I'omona ISan Diego 'Jul 31.11 Kdw'y2 .'lima I China A- Japan.. I Jul 31, ;liu|i".n s State of Ual. I Portland I Jul 31.10tu |Spear Departure of Australian steamer aepeauj uutus ''nallith mull-i ~Trgrrm*jsTritt'OT- -inn-inr ij-iiim'.n mi SIN AND TIDE TAt__.__.l___.' In Faciflc standard Time. Cotnpittal by Tiroun Tknnknt. Clirououieter and Instrument Maker, IS Market street. = H.W. a.w. H.W. L.W. ?'£ v Small. Large. Large. Small. " - ~- s »3 4... 4.30 am 10.19 AMI 5.03 | small. I 5.... 6.05 AM 11. 08 am 5.47 H. .. 7.44 am 0.05 I'm! 6.32 7_.. 9.06 AMI 1.05 pu 7.24 ■*.... 10.11 All 2.03 pm 8.18 8... .11.06 am 3.01 I'M 9.1 1 1}.... '11.52 AM a.59 km 10.04 11. aw ps Large. 0.0 > AS 0.47 A) 1.52 as 2.51 Al 3.44 AS 4.33 l. .1; ;,■! SHIPPING INTK-LLIOKNCC tor Lath tfJ.ippmj JtiteUnei_- a_s e.'tp'tt , Jligt.- Arrived. TnmtsDAV. July 24. Stmr Cleone. Le lialllster, 20 hours from West port: lumber, to Pollard J Dodge, Stmr Coos Bay. Mctiolsou. 18 hours Trom Fort Bragg, etc: pass ami tniise, to Goodall, Perkins A Co. Bark Geo F Hanson, Crack. 6 dan from Seattle; 2200 tons coal, to Husband A Brooks. ,". Schr Emma and Louisa, Olsen, '4o hours from Humboldt; 140 .',l It lumber, to _ a Minor. Schr John McCullnugh, Perglen. 17 hoars from Iversons Landing: luo eds wood, to N Iverson. Sheep Island direct* &chr Guide, Johnson, 8 days from Fort Biakeley; 200 M it lumber, to Ronton. Holmes A Co. Scbr Halcyon, Rice, 0 days from Tacoma; lum ber, to Pacific Pine Lumber Co. S'lir.las A Garfield. Olsen. tf days from Shoal water bay: lumber, to Simpson Lumber Co. Schr J Eppluger, Haneen, Irom Fort Bragg. Fur up river direct. Cleared. THtjRsoAY. July 24. . Stmr San Bias, Johnson, Parana, etc: XX 11 A lohnson. Mc stmr -Montserrat, Blackburn, Victoria: DO Blackburn. Stn.r I.os Angeles, Leland, Wilmington; Uoodalf, Perkins * Co. Mr ship Sew York, Thomas, Queenstown; GW .Mc *S"ear. hr ship Bidston Hill, Mallandlne, Queenstown; li W Mr Near. — Hark Colusa, itackus, Port Townsend ; Ueorge F Smith a* Co. Sclir -Ntptline, Martina, Guayaquil; J XX Grace & Co. Sailed. Thursday. Jnly 21. Stmr Santa Cruz. Tribble, Lompoe. ' Bttnr Coos Bay, .Nicholson, I'olut Arena, etc. Stmr San Was, Johnson, Panama. Stmr Venture, Johnson, Kockport and I'ssaL Stmr Walla Walla. Wallace, Victoria, oca Stnir .Newport, Edwards, Port Kenyou. Stmr Tillamook, hamm. siup Oriental. Parker, Tacoma. .* Bark Theobald. Reed. Port Hlakeley, ilktn J M Griffith, Arey. Port liadlock. Schr John Frederick, Beck, Bodega. Scbr Webfoot. I'ahiiirrcn, Humboldt. Sclir Ida McKay. Johnson, Humboldt. Si In Rebecca. Christiansen, Uumboj.it. Schr Howard, Dodo. Schr Neptune, Martins. Guayaquil. Teles-raohio. point LOBOS— JuIy 24 - 10 p. it. — Weather foggy; win! SW, velocity IB miles. Correction. - In the Importations of the Br bark Ewe, which ar rived trom Hone-Kong on the 88d Inst, tho amount of rice should be 5500 bags aud uot 25050, bags as before reported. Dianster. PORT TOWNSKND-July M— Chll birk Savona la ashore near Point Rogers, and is fast going to pieces. Tug unable to get her off. Memoranda. ?er schr James A Garfield— On July 22, Andrew Forsinan, a native or Russia, aged 40 years, died from he effects of severe Injuries on the head, re ceived by having caught his foot In the spanker sheet. Spoken. July 10— Lat 30 N, lon 13 W. Brship Netherbee, from Newcastle, hug, for San Frauclsco. Domestic. Porta. TOUT MADISON-Sailed July 24-Scbr Lena Swasey, tor San Francisco. ltow ens LANDING— SaiIed July 23-Schr Ther ese, for San Francisco. SEA TILE— Arrived July 23— Bark Gen Falrchlld. hence July 10. KM FoKT— Arrived July 24— Stmr Record, hce July 22. CASPAR— SaiIed July 24— Stmr Jewel. EUREKA— Arrived July 23— Stmr Sliver Spring, hence July 21. 24-ScUr Ester Uuhue,. hence July 10. Sailed July 23— Sehra Western Home and Mary Iluhue, Tor San Fiauclsco; schr Alice. 21— Schr Lily, for San Frauclsco. SAN DIEGO— July 24-Schr Lottie Car son, Irom Tacoma. Sailed July 24— Schr Edward Parke and Dark Ma jestic. SAN PEDRO-Arrlved July .94— Safer Eva, from Humboldt. • FORT BRAGG— Sailed July Stmr South Coast, for San Francisco. PORT BLAKELEY-Arrived July 24— Schr Puri tan, from Fort Townsend. KOVO— Arrived July "1 -Stiur Noyo, hence July 23. ... .-. - Foreign Port*. • TALARA BAY— Sailed July 23— Schr Sailor Boy, for Port Townsend. NANAlMO— Arrived July 23-Bark Wllna, hence July 9. IIL'LL-Salled July 23— ship Adelaide, for San Francisco. ■ HONG-KONG— Arrived July 22— Br Oceanic, for San Francisco. M I* KM-;— Arrived prior to July IS— Bark Ilesper, from Tacoma. • SYDNEY— Arrived prior to July 22— Br bark Nlue vab. from Hastings Mills. liiiiinrtatt(»n*. FOKT BRAGG. ETC— Per Coos Bay-i bdl' corks 15 pkjs mdse. 1 cs dry goods. 2 pkgs seed, 1 cs eggs' 400 M shingles, 1 pug express, 9 pkgs3s4>xs butter' 1 stove. 1 coop geese, 7 dressed hogs. 1 do deer 3' coups chickens, 3 sks abaloiies, 3 sks seaweed. ' * "lIAI- t1"...,. Ter Coos Bay— C F O'Callaghao * Bros: II it Wl___. gins; Wells, Fargo ACo; Allison, Gray a Co- ____ Bawen; Buss, Sai.il_.rs A Co; C E Whltner A Co- i> Dlnioud; Mitchell ai Peterson; Smith's Cash store. Dodge, Sweeney A Co; De Bernardl A \Xa_____ • it U Byxbee; Koss * Hewlett; Abrau.soTi. Bacon & i'o' L T Snow; T Fllben; J B Warren; ste.ru Mfg Co OOttonen Lumber Co: Fort Bragi Kettwood Co '