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BEFORE D*2«B COMES. OH, If you'd speak a kindly word. Do not too long delay It. But let it by our ears be heard— We fain would near you say it. Of friendly cheer our hearts have need Alone life's pathway dreary: "ps Remember we shah never read - our c^a obituary. If there's a deed tthlch yon can do To ease our yoke of sorrow. Oh, do It with > purpose true I _. or wait for the to-morrow. Make all our hearts with joy to langa; While we are with you love us, We'll ne'er peiuse the epitaph You'll kindly write above us. II yon have lovlnn girts to ma .c. Ho not too long withhold them: But pive them now that we may uk« Anil In our hearts enfold them. Oh. crown us with a wreath to-day; oar hungered spirits ask It, We never see the rich bouquet You place upon our casket. —Chicago Evening Post. THE OLD CHIFFONIER. MtY Louis XV chiffonier is a very a handsome and graceful piece of fur _. j. niture. It is inlaid and polished, with locks of burnished copper, ond always seems to be smiling, as if its red and white ' mtsaii's were merry, rosy lip*. It was given to me by my grandmother, who inherit d It from her grandfather, and 1 verily believe that it ouce stood in a bou doir of the palace of Marly. Never was an innocent little piece of fur niture abused and rat.d .so mercilessly as my chiffonier was when I chanced to think of it one day timing my sojourn at the Piraeus in Greece. You will, no doubt, ask why I thrust ray trembling hand through ray hair and cried out, " Miserable idiot," with out stating whether the epithet was applied to myself or to my chiffonier. Good heav ens, the only wonder was that 1 had left a single hair on my head! Judge for yourself. I had been so fortunate— time before ' -as to be loved by the most harming of women. 1 shall not attempt to describe her, not even by the co 'or of her hair; it Is suffi cient to say that for two years! called her "uiy angel" and "briili. image of my dreams." At the end of that period I al lowed one of my friends to say to me, in speaking of her, " How could you be such a fo I:' She sent me back my letters, and I neglected to return hers, but -put the whole lot into a drawer of my old chiffonier, with ' out thinking to turn the key. That chiffonier was in my room; my room was in mv mother's chateau; my mother's chateau was 800 leagues away, in the middle of li".. a p. . In setting off unexpectedly on a diplomatic mission, I had unconsciously forgotten to destroy those remains of an at tachment whicli bad been delightful— as loug as it lasted. When I accidentally called out the mem ory of those letters loin some obscure cor ner of my brain, I started up in surprise and shame, for I know that my thought lessness might seriously compromise a woman who had done nothing to deserve such treatment at my hands. I felt that my conduct had been unworthy of a gentleman, and iv a fine frenzy I rushed out of the house, inquired fur the lirst steamship bound for Marseilles, took passage, and listening to nothing but the voice of my con science, returned to France. A week later I arrived at the maternal abode, and 1 will si are you a recital of the ejaculations, the "What! Vim.' George! Why! So soon I" which greeted me as soon as 1 appeared. My mother nearly stifled me with her embrace, and was sure that something dreadful had happened to me, and I bad great difficulty to reassure. ben she had grow calm, 1 : aid in us indifferent a tone ii- possible: "Will you have my valise sent to my room, mother dear?" "Certainly, my son; you must be tired out," she answered. Then, summoning a servant, she said: "Take my son's baggage io Hie blue room, Pierre." "V mean the green room," 1 added. ".No, lhe blue room," persisted my mothei. "But tne green room is my room." "It was yours once, George," she said, smilingly. "And whose is it now?" I asked in sur prise, and my mother pointed to the door, saying merrily "lie re comes the present occupant." "dab;- it-lit-:" I cried, going to meet my cousin, the loveliest and most charming of girls, with abundant blonde hair, eyes as blue as heaven, a smile of childish inno cence and teeth like pearls. It was she, of di persons, who was occupy ing the green room, and who, no doubt, had ransacked the lowers and cupboards. Unfortunate, thrice unfortunate man that I was! Gabiielle, gay, artlejs-and confiding, ' though a trifle shy, g„;'e me her hand, look ing delicious as t__ said: "flow do yo;; -jo. Cousin George?" My face must have detrayed my confusion as 1 'OK her ham", and looked searchingly for Mime sign of dissimulation in her suit eyes. Had she found the letters, had she read them? To tell the truth, Mrs. Nad loved me aidently, and had been so im prudent as to express her sentiments in riling, running the gamut of nils and a lis, with plentiful exclamation points attached thereto. And suppose little Gabrielle had read them — I blushed at the thought But quite calmly she said, "How do you do. Cousin George—th at was all, and in my great palm lay a soft, cool, maidenly little band. - Ah, but what abyss is deeper than a woman's h. ait, as the Psalmist says. Sup pose she had read the letters! The only way to make sure was to go into the room and look for them. Gabrielle's room! What sweet melody in the words, yet I felt that I dare not enter that sanctuary, although I bad known my cousin since sue was a child. "Come, George, and see bow prettily i have arranged your room," she said sud denly. Joy, bliss, ccstacy filled me as she spoke: I was saved. Innocence had come to the rescue of depravity! Lightly and gracefully she ran up the staircase. What a pretty figure she had! I followed her like a culprit, feeling almost afraid to go; but yet, 1 must at all hazards get my letters. My forme r room was perfectly charming, decked out In blue and white, and wiih no odor of caie anywhere. The little bed was modestly draped with snowy curtains, which looked like the wings of guardian angels. I looked round for the old chiffonier. There it blood as usual. "May l have some water. Cousin Gabri elle . iam dying of thirst," I said. She took up the caraffe, but 1, artful de mon, had already observed that it was empty. "Wait a minute. I will get yon some water," she said, mid left the rooni. I rushed to the chiffonier and opened the drawer. Horror! It was empty! The next instant my cousin returned, gave me a glass of water, then showed me bet album, and then we talked merrily, just as we used to do when we were Playfellows. But where were my letters? Had she found them and hidden them away, or had she burned them? My head seemed to swim as 1 wondered. As soon as I could think of a pretext I left Gabrielle, and in the hallway I met my aunt, her mother. She greeted me joyfully, then shook her finger at me in a mysterious way, and with a very knowing air whispered: " Come with me, you naughty, careless bey. ' l followed her into her own room, where she opened a drawer, saying mean while: *' When we first arrived here, it fortunately occurred to me that before putting a young mi \ lot : a bachelor's room it would be well lur me to look about it a little, i have had some experience of young men and their ways. Here she put a lackage into my hand.-. Heavens and eatth-my letters' 1 threw my aims around my aunt's neck, kissed her rupturously and confessed every thing. Oh, how happy I was! My dear lit tie cousin Gabrielle— how happy 1 was! A week passed. One morning when I cot up I found a tiny piece of paper lying on the Boor as if it had been slipped under my door' 1 picked it up— it was a letter. "What does this mean I thought, and then 1 unfolded it and read : bear Cousin .* Why do you not tell mamma all about It? "All about it?" What does she mean? Dear cousin; it is from Gabrielle! I did not understand it at all and waited anxiously for the breakfast hour. When I heard my cousin go downstairs I darted out and was going to speak to her, but she blushed, turned her face away, and putting a piece of paper into my hand said hurriedly : " Take back your letter and speak to mamma." ll__, rcytifcMTTl 9%t i grir%u|pj_fc My letter! I rushed out into the garden and read the missive. Thunder and light ning! It was my writing, my style, my name. . *-_-'-,. You , re adorable, therefore 1 adore you. Will you listen to mo? Will you let me de vote my life to you? A word from you and I throw myself at your feet— ;Geoi.ge.'-' |It was indeed my letter— it was No. lof my effusions to the ex-queen of my heart. it had slipped out of the package ol letters and Gabrielle, 1 finding it in the chiffonier, thought -1 had placed it there for he:, and her answer was: ".Speak lo mamma." The result : of - the accident was: 1 spoke to "mamma," . and I married Gabrielle. I adore her and am the happiest husband in the world. ... .- The chri . ten ing will take place next month. Thanks, thanks, old chiffonier J— From the Freucb. . - , Or Sound nnd Dlspe sin? Mind. , The long and bitter contest over the will oi Mary , Scanlan ; was - brought ;to an end yesterday by Judge ; Uarbcr's decision sus taining the document, whereby the propo ncntand principal legatee, Charles H. Scan lan, becomes possessed of a valuable estate. The Court, in its decision, after reviewing all the evidence, found that the proponent had neither starved nor abused his wife, as claimed by the contestants; nor ha.d hhre r »x --ercised undue influence- over her. The Court also found that at the time of making the instrument the testatrix was of sound aud disposing niir.d. A DUAL LIFE. ' F. S. Dale, » Bicli Msnuliicln.tr, Keep* lip Two Kstiibllshuients. One of the greatest sensations ever ex ploded in Whitehall, X. V., is exciting the inhabitants at this time. It is the story of the dual life led by F. S. Dale, who for three years past was the head of the Dale Silk-mill, which was recently closed after the failure of 1. Frauke & Co. of New York- Co ming as it does on the heels of another sensation of which Dale was the hero, it has set the town almost wild. Dale came to Whitehall and secured the aid of promi nent citizens who almost cave him a valu able water-power and subscribed money to help him put up a magnificent building for his mill. It stands on the bank cf Lake Champlain, ami from the windows of the upper floor a view of the marshy beginning of the lake can be obtained. Dale purchased the finest house in Whitehall. He lived in elegant style, give wine dinners and car ried himself Ike a millionaire manu facturer to whom money was of little ac count, and whose every wish could be grati fied, lie ha.d a delightful family, and it was supposed that he was In every way a man who was as proper in bis private life as he was elegant in bis personal manners. But lt did not take long for the gossip of the vil lage to connect his name witli that of Mrs. jamis 11. Partes, whose husband belongs to one of the oldest and best families in the village. ' These stories did not gain publicity until some three months ago, when Mrs. Parkes suddenly left home and is now living In New York, it is believed. Mr. Parke's search fir her revealed a mi st sensational story in regard to the life of Mr. Dale, lt was" learned in short that his case was very similar to that of sheriff Flack. For the past six years he has been maintaining two separate households. While in Whit-hall he appealed in his real character as Freder ick S. Dale, silk manufacturer, He main tained a different identity in New York, una was known as "11. Y. sprague, a traveling man." The detectives found Mr. Sprague en Sep tember 3d in the company of a dashing woman on Stlhth avenue. They shadoved the couple till they separate 1 and then fol lowed them on their respective ways. They learned that Mr. nnd Mrs. Sprague lived iv a cosy lilt flat ou West Tnirty-f mirth street. Mr. Sprague on various occasions introduced Mrs. Sprague as his wife, and they were generally known in the apartment house as Mr. and Mrs. Sprague, and Mr. Sprague was thought to be a traveling man. Mrs. Sprague, as described, is a most beautiful woman, about __ or 2ti years of age. light coinpiexioned, plump and at tractive. She wore slj lish clothes and was a woman lo attract attention wherever she went. There is much sympathy expressed here fur Mrs. Dale and her children, lint none whatever for the truant husband.— St. Louis Republic. ■•. — —_____—. COAST ITEMS. Itrief "Votes From Pacific States and Ter- ri t.iri«-_. Seventy-eight brick buildings are going up iv Spo.aue falls. Ripe dates are now gathered in Yuma gardens, says the Times. The Fish Commissioners planted 30,000 troutintbe-treauisol El Dorado County last Friday. An employe of the Mexican Mill caught a silver tr.iut i i the Carson Kiver last Sunday. It scaled 7 pounds. The Eureka Sentinel says the frosty nights of last week killed nearly all the vegetables in that vicinity. Since the Bank of Tehama Connty was started, sixteen years ago, there has not been a change in ihe officers. The strike of the street-c ir drivers at Salt Lake City resulted in a lizzie, as enough new men were hired to take their places. The beach at Crescent City has been cov ered with swarms of herring and smelt that were driven ashore by strong fides. Tho stench is unbearable. Hire farmers of Lomnnc, Santa Barbara County, feel happy, with beaus selling at _■■_' 85 per 100 pounds and potatoes at l ceut a pound at lhe landing. Two men— Buck and Barber— led ciii.iy to bone-stealing in Crescent City last Wednesday, when Judge Murphy promptly sent them to Folsom for five years each. Augustus Xyman. a miner at the South Galena mine, near Salt Luke City, had one of lii. liand." blown ml in. I Friday' by the premature explosion of a charge of dyna mite. The first woman sent to the Penitentiary at Salem, Oregon, was Charity Lamb, who was given a life sentence nn September IS, ISo4, for murder. In l-d_: she was sent to tin* Insane Asylum. Charles Lock, tt was fatally shot by John J. Snellson in bait Lake City on Monday. They had been on bad terms for several days and the shooting was caused by Lock ett throwing stones at snellson. The agents of an English syndicate visited Independence last west to examine the Easlsiele Canal aud adjacent properly in Inyo County, with a view to purchase. The Index says the report will be favorable. A tug will take a barge with 1000 tons of bituminous rock Irom Port Harford to Ta coma, Wash., as an experiment, if too work succeed', a contract will be entered into de liver WW tons more by the same means. The county jail at Crescent Ciiy, Del Norte, last Monday week, held four prison ers—two for assault to murder and two horse-thieve*:. The Record says this is the largest number on hand since the county was organized. Captain Smith and a young man left Granite Creek, Nev., recently to scout for horses. They lost their way in the desert, and for two days and nights went without food or water. When th-y struck the rail road, near Lovelocks, they w.re pretty well used up. A Chinese fisherman at Monterey caught a small lobster last Saturday. Ho did not know what it was, hut a Chico man saw it and sent it by express to the curator of the Normal School. Although small the lobster was perfectly formed, showing that those planted on toe Coast some years ago are growing. George W. Carney left Chico last Saturday foi n deer-hunting trip. Wliile walking along tlio flume of the Sierra Lumber Com pany he fell thirty feet and broke his left thigh bone. He lay on the ground for twen ty-four hours before his friends found him, and he was put on a box raft and floated down the flume to Chico. F. M. Hilliani's best girl back in Texas re fused to come out here ami sliaro Ills lovely home on Eureka Flat, after lie had it a.i nicely fixed up, says the Walla Walla .Journal. .Seeing that "lie wouldn't come to him, lie made up hi* mind to go lo her, sold his ranch to ('. W. Painter for $2010, ids mules and wagon for 8250, his wheat for (i'_ cents a bushel, and now is on his way back to Texas and to the girl he loves. The I'iertlaiil Oregoniao says: A big council will be held . by the Uuiaiillas, as soon as all the hunting parties now in the mountains return, to lalu "ver the matter of allotting their lands in -"veraliy. A re port says that a urn A ty of the Indians are dissatisfied with the ooundary lines of the diminished reserve, and claim that it was not surveyed in accordance with their wishes. They want to keep the land lying neir Athena. Tiie opinion of tin* cniefs and head men on the question will be exposed at llie pow-wow. The Truckee Republican says: A Mr. Bager, a Sun Francisco gentleman of means, was up hero not long ago and .ok a great fancy to Dormer Lake. He found out the facts concerning the land, and this week ha took possession of it and is now fencing it. We have been told that it is his intention to erect a large and handsome hotel on the site next year. Golriht-rg'f* Itemnlni lotrrred. Ihe funeral of Samuel Goldberg, who was fatally shot by Millie Pauhorst on Monday last, took place yesterday from 72714 Mc nf i^ r ! treet - . I,e residence of the parents of tho deceased. The services were sin accordance with the ritual of the Hebrew A HOUSEHOLD FAVORITE. A young girl here had been suffering for 1. years with blood diseases until she had lost the use of her limbs and was subject to many trou- bles incident to the disease. The physicians declared her case Incurable and predicted that her life would come to a speedy end. After ' taking S. S. S. she recuperated so fast that it was plain that she had obtained a new lease on life, and she has continued to grow better until her permanent cure is assured. Many other pa- tients in our hospital have obtained signal bene- fit (rom S. S. S., and it has become quite a fa- vorite in our house. The St. Joseph Hospital, Highland, 111 . Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Jtß. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. »ul4lyTuThSa ._...._... " THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1890-EIGIIT PAGES. SEA AND SHORE. Damage Sustained by the Ship Henry Villard. A Hew Fishing Steamer fcr Outside Work. Charter of the Wilmington for the Ban Between Here and Coos Bay. Dispatches received yesterday state that tlio ship Henry Villard, previously reported as . having put into Valparaiso, lost her fore and main masts, and the German ship Ru dolph yon Dennigsen, which put into Monte vidio, lia3 been surveyed and ordered partly discharged for further examination. She had reached Cape Horn when she was compelled to put back. The steamer George W. Elder, Captain Lewis, which has been running up north for a long time and which ran on a rock about a month ago, came down yesterday for repairs, making the passage from Astoria in fifty four hours. The Mexico has gone up to take her place on the route. News was received yesterday that the British bark Benares, from this port, had i been in collision with the pier al Tyne mouth. Damage slight. Captain Davidson has been appointed to the command of the ship Commodore. THE C. C. CIIAI'.UA".. . The ship C. C. Chapman came off the Union Iron Works Drv-doek yesterday, and docked at Folsom No. _, having repaired damages. The surveyors who examined her have not yet made their report, but will probably do to to-day. A ship carpenter who was workiug on the vessel slates that the damage to tlie shoe evidently took place a long lime neo. The piece of tbe fore foot was broken off quite recently, and it must have occurred nun thcsliip struck in Mission Bay. The Alaska Commercial Company's steamer Beitlia went on the Merchants' Dry-duck yesterday to be cleaned and have replaced a portion of her keel, which is con siderably "clicweJ up." Captain Anderson says she touched on a hard-shell clam-bank up in Alaskan waters. She will probably sail for the n-irth on Tuesday next. 'the new cruiser San Francisco will be towed to-day from lhe Union Iron Hoiks to the navy-j aid at Mare Island, where she ba formally accepted by the Government. A NKW* FISHING STEAMER. A new steam fishing-boat for the Austrian and Spanish Fishing Company is receiving her boilers aud machinery at Third ..ml Berry streets. When not in use fishing out side she will do jobs of '.owing on the biy. The tug Kobarts will go on the dry-dock to-morrow to receive a new composition propeller, Willi which it is expected she will develop nearly two knots greater speed. The steamer Wilmington lias been char tered from Frank Barnard by the Oregon Coal and Navigation Company, to run in the place of. their lost steamer Aj.x. She will leave lor Coos Hay on Monday next Captain LoCKyer of ihe tug Sea Queen is confined to his home by illness. In the meantime Captain Clem liand.t.l has charge of the tug. The steamer Areata, which has been bar bound nt Coos Bay, went out on Thursday and is due here to-day. lie Lucille went over to Alamed i yester day and the St. I'aul came down from Fort Cost i. Tho ship Cawdor will go to sea to-day and the British Merchant to Nevada Dock. THE STOCK MAKKET. Stocks showed no proiioui.eeet change yesterday, though lhe best figures wore about 10_ll2s\_ cents lower thau the best figures of Thursday. The close was weaker all around, Tbe assessment of bo cents on Challenge depressed tin- stock from $3 to $_ 75* Andes wars quiet at M 2 liOre*;. lb. A fair business was dove in local .tucks and bonds. Hawaiian Commer cial and Electric Light were somewhat lower. The dividend of 40 cents paid by Mount Diablo yesterday was tbe first this year. It amounted to $20,000. It Is the fifteenth, ami makes a total of $1.0,0110. There have been three assessments In ail, amounting to $1 .1 i, 000, the last assessment hav ing been levied in June, 1889. The mine has just shipped $10,671. Ontario will pay a dividend of 50* cents Tuesday. Holmes has shipped 3300 ounces silver, worth about 5*12 at current quotations. The mine crushed last week 1.22 tons ore, assaying $25 80. lie' liber crushed last week 275 tons ore, assaying $27 28; Crown Point. 395 tons. $14 75. IS.OAI1I" SALES. J Hewer? were the sales jcstertl.y In the San I ran ctsto fctock Board: Kii.ri.Aß ■HBWIiIH PlTTfl A. M. 500 Amiis....!*-. 1 60 Cbal C..3.ool'ooOce!d ...2.15 300 Alta 1.15 160 Ch011ar..3.35 130 Olllllr bh_, 100 1.10.200 3.30 650 0vrmn...2.40 600 A tide.... too Caledon... en. ]oOPeeriess....-.0 50 '-<i!iOOConfld....7 %!lOd 1'0t051....7.00 250 8e1cher.. 3. 35 2.o Crocker... '_.• 100 Savage .11.1*0 35 3.30 100 C liuiu..2.'.'s 100 S 114 M..1 05 100 I*. 4 11. ...3.80! 30 24)011203 NeV...3.10 300 Bodie... 1. lUO ExCheq...ll_,|lOO S Hill 40 200 Bonanza.. 4i.|loo c. ... c ...2.31 100 Uni0n.... 3.00 100 8u1110u.,2.85 50 H 4 N... 2.116 100 3.05 150 CC4V...4.90 100 Julia 351.100 W Com.. 150 4.85|100Ju5t1ce..1.55| 50 YJacket..3% 120 4.801250 Kex.emS.4aj Al II R.NOON SKSSIOV— 2:3.. 630 A1pha.. .1.65 100 Con N 1.. .40 100 Mexlcan3.4s 60 1.70 40 Confid....7 '.-. 100 Mono 60 125 AIM 1.10 50 Crocker.. .2s! 50Occldut..'_.la 200 Andes 2OOESNeV...IO 60 2.20 3.0 2sr,. SO l_urcka..,4 1. • 1200 Overm. .2. Ho 110 Belcher. 3.3ii 250 i-_ _..-'.--■_._ : __ • - 100 Peerless. .30 200 Bl lie... 100 li & 0...3.50 160 P0t051... .6% 100 8u11i0n..2.80 SO ~2'i 1.'.0 SavakO.._3 4 100 8uiwer... .30100 H 4 N... 2.40 20 3.70 '-SOChall C...2.4 200 ]leiid-Cks..~M 70 S Nev ...3.05 100 ... 2.80 200 Julia 200 SHIII 35 200 Ch011*»r...:.-'4 10 Justice. „li ■- 100 Uni0n.... 2.96 280C0mth....2i.. 260 Keyes 50 300 Ulan 1.20 130 0 C * . 4.80,100 Keutuckl.7o YJaca01.3.46 Following were the sates in the Pacific Stock Board jeEierday : unrUR ffssion— lo:3o. 300 A1pha.. .1.70 100 Cb;llar...3i/i250 0cc1'1n..2.15 200 Alt.! 1.211 150 3.20 150 Ophlr .V a 850 1.1te._.-0 (1(1- V .4. S3 3. e1l Overm. .2.35 .00 Andes. .2.70 150 Crocker. .PiU 2.40 1760 2.65 900 __icna...l 1 , 4 200 2.45 400 2.01' 200 l.lice -eio Peerless., .31 1050 2.56,-00 ci Jr. 0... 2.35: 150 P0t051.. .7.00 260 2%l 50 2.30'_60 Savage. .3.Bo 130 II 4 15... 3.8.1 100 3% 2003c0ru10n.,32 250 3.80 300 li Prize... .35401) S AM... I'M) 700 Bullion. ,2.S.V_|l!) H 4 N... .2.10 890 8 N0v.... '1.06 200 2. j.1 .100 Julia.l 150 1.00 60 Caledonia.ss 500 200 Silver H... 35 660 60200 I Mexican. 3.4.'e 160 C010n.. ..3.00 260 61 150 .M0n0. .....60 100 VJacael.3,-5 340 Chall C..3.UUJ I -ITKRStIOS SFSSION— 2:3O. 150 A1pha.. .1.70i160 Chall ('..2.70 250 Ocelli. ...2.10 200 1.65!300 Excbq....l'/.'25000b1r....5Vi) 550 Andes. . .2.65 200 1.20150 6.05 800 3.7b 04 0 ...,2l i 50 Savage. 200 114 8....3541 30 Justice . .l.6o 400 Scorpion. .33 100 3.80 75Keutuck 1.70 .00 Mini 35 600 HU111011..2.80 75 I.i 500 Utah 1.20 150 Chall C.3%,300 Lady W. .64,150 - Jackt .3.45 CLOSING QUOTATIONS. day, Sept. 26—4 p. St. Bid. Ailed.) Slid. Asked. Alpha Con 1.65 1.70 Julia 30 40 Alta 1.10 1.15-lllstlre 1.50 1.65 Andes 2.80 2.6JKentllck 1.70 1.76 Belcner., 3.25 3.30 Lady Washngn. 60 65 Belle Isle 1.00 1.10 Locomotive 05 10 Benton C0n.... 2.00 -Mexican 3.35 3.45 Best 4 8e1cher. 3.75 3.80 Mount Diab10.. 3.25 3.50 Bodie 1.45 Mono 60 65 Bullion 2.80 2.85 Navajo 30 40 Buiwer 30 35 Nev Oueen — 00 Caledonia 66 CO *• Belle Isle 1.00 1.10 Central 10 16 N Commoiiwlth2.l6 2.26 Challenge C0n.. 2. 2.75 occidental 2.10 2.15 (hollar 3.20 3.26 ! ophir 6.00 s'/» Cominnwealth.,2.so —overman 2.30 2.35 Con Cal 4 V1r..4.75 4.80 Peer 20 2h con New York.. 40 45 Peerless 25 30 Confidence 7.25 7.50 Potosl ...... 6.75 6% Con Imperial... 40 4 5 Savage 3.70 3.76 Con Pacific 15 20 811 A Mules C. 1.56 1.60 Crocker 25 30 Scorpion 30 36 Crown p0int... 2.90 3.00 sierra Nevada.. 3.oo 3.06 Del Monte 00 95. Silver BUI 35 40 East Sierra Nev 05 10 Silver King — 60 Eureka 4.25 4.60 Syndicate 05 10 Exchequer 1.20 1.25 Colon Con 2.95 3.00 Gould * Curry.2.2s 2.30 I. tali 1.16 1.20 lira nd Prize 36 40 Weldon .05 10 Hale A N0rcr5..2.35 2.40 W Coiustock... . 60 65 Holmes 2.75 3.00 V Jacket 3.40 3.45 Jackson — . i'l' *■_..-. MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES. Friday, Sept. 26-2 p. m. Bid. ..■'.' Bid. Asked. US 8d5.4'5...120>/_ — FaclllcLlglltg. — : 80 CntaCoWßds.lOO 102 8 B Unsllglii.. 68 68% Duptit-sl Bds.loß 128 Stkton 0 4 11. 30 60 1 ACHseKyU.IUH/. — Cal-st R R 107 110 MAl'KKßils... 80 — * Central XX... 14 18 Mkt-5tKK1)d5124.%129 City X It. — 100 Nl* Coast 100 — KA C ll- ■ Uv 36 41 ■_ > IB It 11 lids.. 113 115 (ieary-st It It. — 100 Nl(yurCalUilsir_%U4 114 51 It. 63 CO OinulbusCßd.ligi/4 — Omnibus X It. 76 80 P4OKKBd-...118%118 . Presidio It ISP 30 . 36 l-ACIIUyIIiH. 93 104 Anglo Nev As. 96% — ' l'owl-stßylld. — 120 California 1n5117%120 BPBKArlzßdslOß'i — Coininerc'llua — 88 Sl'RKCalllds.ll6% — Fireman's M. — 167% Kl'KßCalßss.lol>/«10'_ Home Mutual.ls2 . — SPBrKCalßd* — 113 Slate luvestm 76 80 SVWater 6's.. — 121 * Union ins — »6 SVWater 4's.. — 96 Atlantic Fow. 44 46 AngloCalßnx. 76 — Cal P0wder.. .165 — Bauk of Ca1...271V»280 Ulaiit l'owder 60 67 SafeOc-eiis 48V 2 — Sal'tyNltl'ow. 12% 13 Pl.stNatßank.l7o 178% Vlgorit I'ow.. 6% 6'/ 8 LPAAinliank. — 126 Vulcan Bow.. •— 18 LANK Bank. 35 37% Cal Elec Light 19% 20 Paclßc 8ank. .160 . 170 - Cal Klec was. — . *5 ' : MerchKxßua 18 26. II at. Coin... 20 20% Blue Lakes w. is — llutcb'n Sugar 20 21 Contra Cos W. 94 96»^ljuds'nM'fgCo 21 '' 26 - MarinCoW... 46 60 Oceanic S S.. 80 95 .'. J. V . . Jf — • 96-.'» 97 IPai: B8 * 8... 65% — CculralUas... 83. 100 Pac In 4 NalL. - 85 ____ Auks Una 65 _ Bac PbonoKb. I.i 8 Oakland Om.. A3,/ * 34 ■..il'acWooduw'e 35 ' - lacOaslin Co 88.4 69% :. •.-..-.. p;r.e~. "_"''■ MOKNI.NO t___% -■ YY' • •_r!?i _..7.? 80 ? Market-st Cable Bonds, 124%; 60 elal.ii.. - Ll e*-t.;1» 7 /«: 100 Hawaiian Commer bt'reet-S4OOO 8 V 4_ Bonds, 94. AFTKR.NIHJN MALES. .'. Board-25 Cal Electric Light. ins/., 60 Vl-orlt Powder. 6%; 100 Safety Nltro BcwiVr, 100 Hawaiian Commercial, 20. ' "**. '»» Street— s6ooo Market-st Bonds, 1243,4 ■ 20 Ha wallau Commercial, 20. , ■.-.. / *' . .***.■ "-.."'.*- t':.*. : SAN FBANCISCO BOARD. i\" .' Afternoon sales— slooo S V Water 6's, 121%. Found In the lie cue •'. Gnllerv. Detective Harper, who had such a struggle with _ Fred ■ Kowlaiirt \in - arrrsliug ' bim on i , Thursday on ; the charge of < burglary, dis : covered yesterday that his picture ii lv the Riigui s' Gallery. i Rowlnnd, under the name of ."..red McGregor," ■ wis convicted of stealing $_* from Dr. C. dishing, on Tay lor, and butter streets, where, lie was em ployed as a coachman. ■ For this offense he was sentenced to one year's : imprisonment in the House of Correction, from which in stitution ho was lately released. | Rowland's case will come up on Monday next.' HOTEL ARRIVALS. PALACE HOTEL. C B Fell * wr. Salt Late X B Crane, New York D C Karris, New York F M Baker, Kansas A Schwarz, Gridley F o Rrlggs A wf, Trenton Wm Spencer. Gridley It F Stewart. Chicago F A Thomas A w, Chicago T Fatten A wr, New York YV II Cunningham A lain, I* Alexander. New York Pacific Grovo W B Sharon, Virginia City Mrs Collins. l'acilic Grove Mrs C M Stratum, N York J A Clayton, San June I Miss KG stratton, N" York • CN tel ton Jr, Menlo lark A C Crane*. Laurel LF Martin, Denver |T O Ed wards, Chlctgo X i: Huntington, Sacto L P Martin, Denver .1 J Crawford, Flaccrvllle YV Eberhardt, Alleghany B Hail. Marquette, Mich G CGooilinaii A wr, Napa T P .pure, New York P A Urquhart, Los Gatos 0 A l.ovdal, Sacramento! F T Brown, New York \V 11 Leeir.an, Sacramento l'ellett. Helena Vi T Barton, Sacramento L AY oir, Helena M L Freidenthal, Chicago C E Brown, Chicago N M Field, San .lose IF J Folly, Pasadena' J Cliacey. Chicago B II Overton, Tennessee W o Cole A wr, Chicago P Genmess, New York • FA Johnson A wf, Napa Charlies Gregg. New York FYV Head ley, Oregon F* Fuller. New York » X J I) Carr, Salinas M C Martin, Nashville IS E Valentine. New York W II Knox, Nashville L I'egrecowe, France F I' Morrison A w.Redlnds I. Doiha-ter, France Mrs A Hergg.eu, Los An, L Kaiser, Ilushuell I- Newinark. California It Raiser, Bushneil s 0 Slaughter, Tacoma J X Gurmas, Texas L M Frock, liullal. v o I- -V.:;. Omaha GRAND HOTEL. WIT Her.* haw. Sonoma JII Condlt, Stockton - _'. ii II McNeil, Phrceilx Mrs E Sowle. Hoi I later V Moore * wr, Cal I* 11 l ully, Gllroy YV A McKcnzio A wf. Cal It J Harbison, Cal A E Osborne A wf, Cal W YV Dunham A wr. Cal V«' F Russell, Santa Kosa I M Woods dt wr.Stockton 11 II Wood, Wright's 8 E Holden As wf, Napa W N Vilas, El Paso R Holden. Napa J M Dormer, Stockton 11 Holden, Napa !■; II Staples, Vallejo Miss L Armstrong, Napa F W Miller, Chlco II Sling; Ogden (! Benson a fain, cal o II Sliaw, Boston Mrs n X To I lee, Cai N Mcuraft, Mlob Mis-* M Cotes, Home, N V 1* Blackmail, Minn 0 \V Eagtrinucho, till C E Prince A art, St Pan! A Wilson, cai w _> Simpson A-wr, vvasn W smith, Oakland \V B Call. Portland A F _.r!ce. Cal R H Hart. Sacramento Il Holllster. Cuurtland R G Hart, Sacramento I_ McDermott, Dixon A t» H.trcoiirt. N V M Zucher, Philadelphia W A Leegett. N V w\V Wilson, Stcckton I Mrs V. J Skluner, cal II A Jas'ro, I'akerstlcld |H Curtis A wr, Chicago Mrs M ASumme_.ield.Cal II 11 Curtis, Chi. ago G Stockton, san Diego Miss X Curtis. Chicago Q F" Mitchell, Holllster Miss I* L Curtis, Chicago c c Chapman, Toledo Miss 1- s Curtis, Chicago W J Douglas As wr, Cal Mrs 11 Goodall, Nevada (apt Holtngsed.Cal Mi.-.- B Gcodall, Nevada G W Gibbs, Vacavilie iF Howard, Stockton Miss E E llerninan, Cal I - INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. MrsASprague.N'ew Haven J McMurtry, Pasadena G Kpiaguc, New Haven It C Wilson, Fort land ' (i \V Malm., Woodland G H Wilson, Portland G P Steele., Woodland iS Stonemau, Astoria J Latimer, & w, san Jose II Clifford, Dakota J Hunter, San Jose ,1 DarrcllAvv, Kansas JCChamberiln, Louisville 11 Hioodygood, New York C II Sawyer. Portland A VlerlielHg, Milwaukee D McCall, Nebraska 11 Ylerhelllg, Milwaukee M Buurke, Delaware J Butter. Ashland !■ Rutland aw, Denver D Kuns Aw, Illinois C Rutland. Denver 11 Kuns A w, Illinois I' Msroney. Delaware J Kaney, Mexico J N Atherton, CloverdalelJ Shields, Fond dv Lac F N steen, Marin is G Parkinson, lowa C Nott. Colorado I F M Isaacs, Willows AChivotte, Loudou J CChrlstlieb, st Paul C Bush, Colorado J Mt Gee, Sacramento YV Van Meter, Colorado IF M Cowoll, Vernalls EMcLeauAw.YVashh.gton Vi II Bawcs, Vernalis Miss t, McLean, Wash I J II Davidson, Ashland Miss L McLean, Wa li JO Henderson A w, Napa Mia M McLean, Wash G P Steele. Napa Miss J McLean, YV ash J Campbell. Dublin D i. St Leger, Montana YV F__stmanu, Cincinnati YV st Li-ger, Montana P Thompson, Tulare V F Collins, Cincinnati C Soman, Valiejo M Hasting*. l'klab A McKay, Sacramento I MLavlue, Pasadena J Japen, Sacramento AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL. J S Watson Aw, Salt Lake C V Ewlug. California 0 M BrownA w, N Mexico J X Faulkner. California J E Lonlgn, Bedding I A 1) Lorkhart, Boston Mrs i ait, Sonoma | E Baruum.Fairl-aulti'Miss Miss Jennie Banta, Reno G YV Barnum, Falrbault • Walter Varley, Martinez 811 Lmhed, Fatrbauit J S Miller A w. Gllroy J J Cavanaugh, Falrbault George Cooper, *N Hows a A Merrill, lowa y C McGinuis, Willows C E Franklin, Dcs Moines J Dicker. Shasta Smyth*. Philadelphia p yy uusiey, Gllroy A W Barlngton, Fhila Ruby Lopez, Hoiiister A S Hill, Philadelphia Santos (earner, Tres Finos F A Fay, Chicago M King, Napa Charles E Dean, st Louis P Delancy, Mexico Eugene Rice, St. Louis F Fentck, Arizona Miss 11 DoMer, st Louis s Urenham aw, California D II Lark ins, Kentucky Mrs Saltoiy, New York Fll less. California A Llnllrtn. England Thomas Family, N* York i 'ihtrwtn, Y'ailejo W Johnson, Denver T E Dean, Sacramento Mis. IS Long, Sacramento A M Gilbert, Washington Louis Trotter, Westport G CrysteJe. Niles ,1 Martin, Chicago - * E Raymond, Nile, Frank Johns. n, Portland Thomas Kitson, Utah Ftnley Monroso, Portland A Bluser, Aspen, Colo ■ RUSS HOUSE. W Lynn * w, Kings OltylMrs Sinclair, Seattle F Walton, Salinas IM CoyJe, New York A L Williams, Santa Cruz L Henderson, Cal i. Jones Aw, Skaggs B |R L Morris Aw, Ohio J O'Brien A w, Menlo PC II Hopkins, Humboldt A Kueline, Contra Coats .1 v Capln. Tacoma II YV Bernard. California Mrs Dranuin, I acoma W 11 Thompson, 100 A Loryea, San Jose I A Smith A w, 'I ruckee YV YV Hill, sauger N W Collins, Callstoga Q Vi Hoggs, Sauta Rosa C Sayer. Globe > Mrs Hopper, Santa Rosa YV ii Norway, S Barbara A L Young, Kausis City W X Stevens, Los Angeles C Langdou, Sacramento Mrs J E Scocgiles, Clan .1 W Hunt. YV Herkeley * Miss M Ford, Ukiah - IB A Fee, Sacramento v (» Fredericks, 'Iretnont dl D Beckwith, Wood Urge M P Morgans, Callforula J H It ray. Wootlbrldge S Babson, California J Mark,, North Sau Juan A J Twllagll. Vallejo A C Hobart, El l'aso _' lt M.Gown. Reno J P Thompson, Petaluma H Mori .s, Los Angeles I. Francis, Pats via Mrs F Mead A- s, .Milton | J McAlvine, Slsson YV J Fulwedes. Westport'.J McAfee. Be.ouvllle G S Mci'hee, *", est port |YV 11 Chance, Fresno J V - Foster, vv estport, |j Callan, New York MlssEddiiiffton, Cal [C Newman, Dixon J Jeans, Winters IF Grigs by, California J 11 Morton A ry. Redding I Mrs Webber, Callforula OCCIDENTAL HOTEL. Mrs Wall, San K&rael Mrs H D Fonrod. sta Rosa G A Johnson, Santa Rosa 'Capt Sennett, Santa Clara Mrs G A Johnson, S Rosa Mrs W lugersoll. Detroit W spencer A wr. Denver ,ll X Mlzuer, Detroit YV J Qululan, ran Jose Mrs G YV St Clair, N' V J Williams, *■■:...,' i YV L Curtis, Wis a T Hill, Boston Mrs Curtis, Wis .Mrs A T Hill, Boston I. l* Brant. USA. Wash F W Dickson, Santa Crnz Mrs J Hell Jr. salt Lake MlssLLovell, New York Mrs W H Meslck. S Lake T E Field, England Mis .1 Hell Sr, Salt Lake Mrs J V Huger, Monterey -I D Tallant, saota Cruz Miss Hazer, Monterey " iMrs Tallmit. Santa Cruz Nlss A Ilager, Monterey Mrs Page, Pages Miss E Hager, Monterey PI. L Tanner, U s zi Mrs J Murray, Wis Mrs F A Van Winkle, Cal Mrs W II Murray. Omaha! Mr* Phillip-*, Colusa Mrs C II Davidson, OmaluiJ N Woods, Stockton U S Clair, New York j Mrs Woods, Stockton ■ I. Marshall A wf, Bltafael ls O Houghton. Los Ang J Feaster, Mare island iMlssM L lieuscli, Napa II l) Penrod, Santa BOMi LICK HOUSE. M Llndly, Sacramento jT Sununerland, Los At.g Miss J Kermis, Mariposa CG w Keelz A ry, Chicago C D Harris, Stockton F A Keecz, Chicago S Pierson. .sew York C T Reetz A w, Chicago Mrs 0 L lllnfcson, Nev C G CKeetz. Chicago A C lllnksou Jr, Nev c Miss _ Reetz, Chicago Mrs It M Hunt. Nevada C II L Sulssler A w, Chicago Vi E Johns, Modesto li M James, Santa Cruz Mrs H N Pucker A c, Cal [J N Gluts, Sonura Mrs J X Black, Llvermore C I. Vinton A d. Butte C T W Patterson, Fresno I. Einstein, Fresno . C P We.ttcott aw, Rocklln W Sexton, San Jose 0 Clean. Seattle iE Porter, Braelly 8 Scarlett A vt. Sulsun J Copeland. Hollister LR Doors, Vallejo J HStumebeaui, Vlsalla T D Murta, San Diego | BALDWIN HOTEL. A Marks, Ukiah |p L Blanks, Sin Jose A Wertheim, Sacramento' J Brand, New Yore 11 ti Maynard, Los Gatos D C Kalsey. Red Bluff II A Maiaon, san Diego s I Cowdrlck, Nw „ ersey S L Faisun, St Louis G J Campbell Jr, Vallejo E tiakford. Tulare It J X Aden, Vallejo YV A Ransom, Los Angeles W X (.uinau, Pinole ■ • M Ransom, Los Angeles M Johnson, U S Navy A B Marten, San Joso J V Kelly A vt, Sta Clara E Banara, San Jose II Smith, U S Navy J Gorham, Monterey Mrs S L Fewler, St Louis YV H Sigourney, Oakland s D oidendorf, Indiana J J Dowd A w, New York H Macy, Indiana W Greenfeld, Chicago 11 A Bartow, Indiana NEW WESTERN HOIEL. J F Henry A w.New York J H Smith. Detroit G II Hadley, Honolulu T It Lawson, Log Angeles G N Carroll. Gllroy A J Madden, Oakland E Powers, I'ortlaud J F Taylor, iowa F B Slavin, Providence F Lacey, Nevada W S Brown, Oakland II Knott, Nevada yv Barnes, Paso Rubles ,1 J Fox, Santa Rosa c Baker. Woodland N P Stevens. California GI) Kodgers, Woodland J Harrington* Wooilla J L Hamlet, Merced Miss Johnson, Sacrament J B Jones. Los Angeles <: A Paine A w, Ontario O Rodgers, Marin County H Sears, Woodland c d Ryan, Sacramento W Meagher, San Ouentln M J McLaughlin, lowa BROOKLYN HOTEU N N Guinness, Llvermore V Moody, Fresno P Grlfliii, Riverside J F Thomas, Fresno Miss A Grlliln, Riverside A Carroll, Grass Valley J E Mitchell, Lakeport VV Thomas, Locklord J W Simpson. Lakeport J Carr. Healdsburg X Henry. Santa Cruz II Gondey, Tomales P McAullir, Petaluma G Reyner, Portland WII Zandu, Santa Rosa c White. Ilandford ' J M Prentice, Chicago J It Wagner, Pasadena F M llebnki . California Miss J Newton, Nevada C Kindlier A f. New York George Tevis. lowa Miss MConuors.N'ew York] W A Lane, New York JII Sloan, Vlsalia ■- 1 1 II Jackson, Brownsville ■■■ m ■ Muffle in ill » Park. The following music will be rendered at Golden Gate Park this and to-morrow af ternoons: 1. "Jubelklange March" , Saltan U. Overture, " Walleusteln's Lager " Kerllng 3. Bolero Leggero Invisible , Arditl 4. Grand selection Troni -Chllperlc" llerve 6. "Song of tho Forest".". '..Oscar Tauer li, Tnird liuaie, a. d. opera "Der Frelscbutz" .*' •'••■". V. YVeber 7. Overture, "Fest" .'.Leutnor 5. Cavatlna and aria, a. d. opera] "Lucretla Borgia"...'. ...." Donizetti Solo for comet performed by Mr. F'orner. 8. Waltz, "Artist Life"....... ....Strauss 10. Medley, Dudes of 'B3" Boettger 11. Grand selection from "Tannbauser"...YVagner 12. "Harlequin Galop"... Wadsworth J "■* The Killing of Goldberg. f Coroner Eaton has I Impaneled a jury" In the case cf Samuel Goldberg, who was shot nnd killed a few days ago $by Millie Pan horst -In her stepfather's residence at 113 Fair Oaks street. - Alter viewing Goldberg's body the jurors were excused until this morn ing at 10 o'clock, when the inquest will be held. Miss Panhorst, under the advice of her lawyers, refuses to make any further statements concerning the shooting, or to ba seen by any one except ' her immediate rela tives. » .■ '-*-.:■ -.-■• • ; :-.-->. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. - " . ' — - — — — _ When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. ' When she was a Child, she cried or Castori*. - When she became Miss,' she clung to Castoria, Children, she gave them Catloril auu 2y SaTuTb I " ; ' MISCELLANEOUS. -7_ -V : " './ .-'_:'-' LAKE VIEW! IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! The Retail of Lots to Begin ! CONTRACTS LET FOR FENCING EVERY BLOCK IN THE TRACT. EIGHT MILES OF STREET-GRADING NEARLY COMPLETED. The most wonderful movement ever witnessed in San Francisco real estate. FIFTEEN HUNDRED LOTS SOLD by blocks and half blocks the first thirty days. THE GREAT SALE BY LOT NOW UNDERWAY. This is the time to buy a home. This is the op- portunity to invest. LOOK AT THIS! LOOK AT THIS! YOU CAN BUY IN LAKEVIEW THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LOT IN THE CITY FOR LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE OF LOTS IN OTHER PORTIONS OF THE CITY EQUALLY DISTANT FROM THE BUSINESS CENTER. ■JHISISA CHANCE FOR MEN OF MODERATE MEANS TO SECURE A FOOTHOLD AND A HOME. C ALL-FITZHUGH-HO CO., SOLS AGENTS, 624 -Mlarfeiet Street, S. F. se.7 3t . . BACK FROM A CRUISE. Arrival of the Albatross After a Good Ncaaon's Work. The United States Fish Commissioners' steamer Albatross, Lieutenant-Commander Z. T. Tanner, U. S. N., commanding, ar rived in port early yesterday morning after a cruise of nearly live months, she having left this port May Sth, The officers have been busy during that time in making surveys and soundings all along tho northern coast for fishing grounds and collecting speoinfens of the finny tribe. The examination of the codfish and hali but banks in Behring Sea from Ounihiak Pass to Bristol Bay and determining the 100 --fathnm line was the principal work that the Albatross had to perform. From the investigations made it is learned that these fisheries will prove a source of wealth to those having enterprise enough to engage in the pursuit and follow the old methods of curing as pursued on tho New England coast and in Sweden and Norway. Alter examining the fishing banks the Albatross defined the 100-fathom line along 'the Aleutian group, carrying It out to the, west ward as far as the 17-Wi meridian, inside the Behring Sea. Commander Tanner confirms the report about the scarcity of seals In the Behring. On the cruise more seals were $etn between Cape Mendocino and Cape Flattery ori the way north than during the whole stay in the Behring. Captain Tanner does not think the seals are annihilated; they have been simply driven or frightened away to otlier haunts. He thinks the killing of seals ought to be stopped for a number of years —a plan the Russians adopted In 1835— and then the seals would greatly increase in their old haunts. After leaving the Behring Sea the Alba tross shaped a course from Kodiak to Cape Flattery. From Cape Flattery to this port the coast has been platted to the 'JOO-fiithoni limit on this trip, for the first time. A short stay was made at I'ort Townsend, which was left on the _Otb, and the vessel steered for this port. Ail are well on board. Je'A.lIIl.V ItKTAIL MAKKET. Coos Bay Coal bas been advanced $1 ¥ ton. All Coals aro high and more or less scarce. ' •, -Sutler and 1 ... show no change. i Salmon will be In season again October Ist. ' Good Poultry Is not overabundant, though there Is no scarcity, and additional receipts from the East are now due. Oood Game brings good prices. Fruits and Vegetables snow no changes worthy of remark except that Watermelons are cheap and more plentiful than ever before. Following la Tiii- Call's regular weekly retail price list: coat, — PER TOT, Cedar River. 10 00-n 11 00 Greta,? 1 ton. 13 00fa>14 00 Cailliel 14 00fg)15 00 Seattle 10 00 ill 00 Diamond.. .10 fcOluill OO'New Seattle.lOoo®ll 00 New Welling- ;Coos Bay ...10 OOioill 00 ton, 9 t0n.12 00®13 00 Coke, ¥ Obi.. 1 00,31 — Wellington. .l 2 00.^13 00| . .- DAIRY PRODUCK. T.TC Butter, choice 1t... . .40(345 Cheese, Eastern 2<1®25 do. good 311.135 Cheese. Swiss 23.-430 Ordinary, uo ...... '-6®27 _,:-.,- ■'■.- 35<_>40 Pickled Roll 266*30 Uo, Eastern 25ia30 Eastern Creamery. •_2®27:Honey,cuiiio "d 1b. .201*25 Cheese, Cal 1 0 ci -0 1 do, extracted 10® 12 SKATS- PER POT-NO. Bacon 15® 17: Pork, salt 1.-19 — Beef, choice — -ftc'.'O. Pork Chops ]B®2d Cornell Beef 10 ill 2 : Rib Chops r_.-g.is Ban, Cal 13t_ 15 1 Round steak 10® 12 do. Eastern 163)17 1 Sirloin Steak 15(gi17 Lard, y, id — (g)ls Porterhouse, d0... .20® — Mutton 111, 12 .Smoked Beef 15ve.20 Lamb 12ejil6 Veal 10® 15 I'ork, fresh 1-®ls| POITLTaV AND OAMR. Broilers, each. 37® 6_ Hare, each 25(_) — Hens. each.... 76®1 00 Doves, 9 d0t.. 1 00®1 25 Young Boost* ;••— . Venison, ep* lie. 15(g) 26 ers. each 75®1 00 Mallards, V p'rl 00(a>l 25 Old Boosters, Sprigs, do . -()..» 76 each 75. 100 » :e|ge-e,U, do (ill. I 60 Turkeys, rl lb.. -.', a) 27 Tea), do 60(g) 65 Ducks. each.... 76®1 00 SinlDucks.do 50«t ' — Geese, each... 1 &o®'_ 26 f.ugStilpe.T>dz3 60«4 00 Pigeons, ¥ pair 40.19 50 .lack Snipe, dol SO® . — Rabbits,* pair 37® 50 (.nail. ¥ doz... 75(3)2 00 Squirrels, each 10® — ] lid Geese, ca. 50,3) 60 FRUITS AND NUTS. Apples, ft 1D.... 4® 10 Limes, 9 doz.. 10® 16 Almonds. ¥ ID. 'Mm 25 oranges, r> doz. 60 75 Bananas, •_ doz 15® 35 ! Peaches, ,- Ib. Ota) 10 Blackberries,!) | Plums. ¥ 1D... Otto 10 ' drawer 30® 40' Bears. If lb big) 10 Cantaloupes, ea 5® 20 Pineapples, ea. 25® 40 Chestnuts."*/) 1f... 25(g) — (Quince*, ¥ lb.. 6® 6 Cocoanuts. ea. log) 12 [ Raspberries, ¥ ('r:.l)-P|>les,|*lD bias) 6 basket 12® 15 Figs, Sinyr'a.lb 16© 20 Raisins, **-t _>.. 8® IS Figs, Cal. V lb. iota) 15 1 Strawberries "0 Grapes, V 1b... 2® 6! drawer 35® 65 Huckleberries, \ Walnuts, 1* lb. 20 25 -f 1 lb 15® 20 1 Watermelons. Lemons, * doz. 37® 401 each 10® 20 V-l-ETAn_KS. Asparagus, * 1 Lettuce,-? doz. 16® 26 lb 6® 10 Onions, 4* 1D... 6® 10 Artichokes. •*> Okra, gr'n, 9ID 10® 15 doz 30(3 40 Okra. dry, Vlb 25(9 40 Bects,V-10z.... 15® — Oyster Plnt.bh ® 10 Beans, White. Peppers, green, ¥Ib 6® 6 Vl6 6® 6 Do, Pink, "c ID. 6® 6 Parsnips, doz 15(a) 20 Do, Lima, dry, Potatoes, X in . 2® 3 ¥16 — @ 10 Do,Swcct,¥lb 3® 4 Do. Lima, _i'u. I Radishes, ¥ dz *lb 6® 8 bchs 15® 20 Cabbages, ea... 6-u 10 Rhubarb. .< ID. 4ta) 6 Cauliflowers, ea 8® 10 Sprouts, %* lb.. 5® 6 Celery, 9 bcb. 10,® ; — Sage. ¥ 1b. ..... 30 35 Cucumbers, ¥ Spinach, 9 ID.. bra 6 doz 10® 16iStrlngHeaiis.tt> 6® 8 Cress.V dzbehs 15(a) 20jsuiiiiiior.Squ_.sh Egg i'l .lit. 9ID btg) 61 9lb 4® 6 Garlic, ¥ID 15® —IMar'rt Squash, Or'nPeas.nm 6® 6 VID .'■ B,® 10 Green Coru, 9 Thyme, ¥ 1D... , 25® 50 doz 20® 36' Turnips, ii dux. 6® 8 Lentils 10® 15 1 Tomatoes, ¥ID 4® 5 FISH — rilll POUND. Barracuda 10'<4 —'5me1t5......... 10;_> 12 Carp — 10 Soles B*4 10 Codlish 8to) 10 English Soles.. — (al 16 Flounders 8® 10. Skates, each... 20® 25 Halibut — (_> 26|Sturgeon 8(a) 10 Herring — id) — iTomcod (a) 15 Klngllsh 8® lO.Turbot... 12® IS Mackercl.cacn. Sta) 10 Clams, '-a gall.. — ® 78 Do, Horse, ¥Ib •8® 10 Do, hard shell, Perch Sta) 101 100 40-3 50 Ponipano —iii 00 Crabs, each.... — ® 15 Rocktisn ll'l** 12 Do. soft shell, ■ •■ ; ■• Salmon, smkd. 8«4 10 ¥ <lox ; 37® 50 Salmon, fresh., — «4 — ICrawnsh 4® * Shrimps 16® . 20, Mussels, ¥ qrt. 10® 15 Do, picked -i 60 Oysters, Cal ¥ _ ... _. Shad - 10«4 121 100 60® 75 Trout — 'a) 26. D0. lei-Stern, * „._ ' '-.',. Sea Bass 8® 101 doz 2o® 6" Illegal Keen one Unauthorized. ; Judge Levy yesterday ruled the de murrer to the complaint iv the case of the Benton Consolidated Company, vs. R." N. Graves and others. In his ot'iulon the Court held, that a pretended conveyance of 75,000 shares of delinquent stuck by the Directors to one of their number is illegal, because not authorized by the stockholders. . It is claimed by tiioss who were not in the ring that the stork at the time was worth nearly half a million, but that the cnmDany only received for it the nominal sum of $2817 50. . The Testa Libeled. * The schooner : Vesta, owned .by , Albert Rowe, Elisha Higgins, ; C. A. Close, G. H. Collins, August Friedburg, Hubert Sudden, R. Minor, W. J. Grady, H. Madison, J. H. Harding, - Peter Crack and Pauline Gener vaux, was libeled yesterday by Philip Bris tow, who avers that lie I "narrowly escaped death" while unloading her nt San Pedro.; He lost an arm by the shear leg falling, and wants 810,000 damages. --. - W. v. [Brows'! Estate? "". Thomas Brown has petitioned Judge Cof fey for letters \of administration upon the estate . of I bis : son, William ]C. Brown, who died intestate in tins city on the 13tli inst. The estate is ; valued at 515,000,-; and com prises a tract of land in Fresno County and, an interest in the firm - of . Williams," Brown & Co., commission merchants, 111! California I street, v. The father and * mother of deceased are tbe next of kin. -l)_m___m HEAL KSTATE TRANSACTIONS. G. T. Knopf to John A. Smith, lot on NW. cor. of York and Twenty -lirst sts, "IV. 25xa;». $10 O. T. Knopf to .Margarita H..l_, lot on N. lino of Twenty-first St., 50 \v. of York, W. 25 Jt. _ 10 O. T. Knopf to John li. Wolters and wife, lot on N. line or Tw'ffnty-lirst St., 2b Vi. ot York, W. 25193 10 Patrick H. Murphy and wife to Ueorge SI. Sal ..bury, lot on S. line or Ureen St., 100 W Of Until*)!, W. V5_137:- 10 Jacob lleyiii-n to Annie 11. Hradstreet, lot on S. line of TV st., 32 TV. of Thirty-eighth aye., IS. 25:100 10 Ira (i. Leek to C. K. Over, lot on TV. line of Vlcksburg St., .04 S. of Twenty-second. 8. _ 21, Vi. 125. N. 100, K. 25. S. IS. E. 10J; c also lot on W. linn of Vlcksburg St., __ ■> S. of Twenty-second, B. __x_.s 400 William Fehrenbacberto Flora Kehrenbacher. lot oa NTV. line of Natoma St., HOSW. of Eleventh, SW. 25x80 Gift New Jerusalem Society (by trustees) to John SI. S_.Mii, lot on .->'. line of arrell St., 105 W. or Mason. W. 55x137:6 '.9.000 David F. McGraw and wife to 8. C. Demon, lot on NW, cor. of Jackson and Uroderlck BU., W. 31:6x100 10 James Riley . '■:. administrator) lo Knud V. Km use. lot on NW.cor. of University Col lege ground and Aluliurst St., N. 30x120 1,200 Mary lllley to Jiuuil V. Ktuuse. same 1.20J Edward B. Tracy to L. 0. Mention, lot ou 16, llneof Rondel place, 159 -A S. of Sixteenth St.. 8. 2212x80:10 10 June V. Mcuinuis el ail. to George Williams. lot on N. line of Clementina St., 275 TV. of . Filth, TV. 50x75 " 10 Henry I'ayot to Henrietta I'ayot, lot on N. line of tills st„ 110 Ii of Franklin, E. 27:8 xl_o Gift Fernando Hutchinson to Martin I.one. lot un 8. line of Twenty-sixth St., 25 E. of Treat aye.. E.-4:l" 6 Martin Kene and wife to Eugene D umontelle and wife, same ' 10 Paul Strauss and vile to Eugene Duinontelle and wire, lot on SE. cor or Twenty-sixth st. aud Treat aye., E. 25x90. '." 10 Andrew c. eher to Louise Weber, lot on E. line of Schroder st., 125 N. or Halirht, N. 25. K. 106:8, 8. 12:6, E. 5:3, S. 12:6, W. 111:0 , Gift John Uolau and wife to Victoria L, Stele. r, lot on W. line of Prospect aye., 133 8. of Coso, s. 25x70 •. 775 Patrick Gfctllgao to Margaret __, Galllaan, lot * on N. line of Sacramento St., 17 7:0 E. of Leavcnwortn, E. 20x70... Gift George Hudson to oiaf Blugstou el at., lots 66 anil 07, liiock 0. Flint Tract Homestead 10 William Luleadleatiel wife to Mary L. Puffer, lot on S. lino ofTwenty-ttlth St., -29 TV. of Dolores, TV. 25:5x114 2,800 Charles Kornrelelto Capital Investment Com pany, lot on NTV, line ol Folsom St., 157:0 '' l; *-' " NE. of Sixth, NE. 97:6x80 10 Al Hayman and wife to Harry Maun, lot on N. line of California St., 110:3 E. of Scott, E. 10xl3'-:7._ '. 10 Harry Maun to Uenevlve Mann, same Gift William H. Dowsing and wife to Philip SI- • mon, lot 5, liiock 18, Syndicate's First Ad dition -'; 10 Catherine Roacb et al. to William Mcol, lot on N. Hue of '1 wenty -fourth st., 50 E. of York, E. 25x104 2,700 J. G. TV. schulte to Otto A. E. Kubnert, lot ou W. line on Webster 5t., 33 :0 N. of Waller, N. 52x100 -i-e.lO P. J. Martin to Charles F. Haitian, lot on SE. cur. of Forty-fourth and lists., 8. 130x55; also lot on S. Hue of Hancock St., 315 W. of Sanchez, W. 40x114 , _ 6 Johu F. Hoyd to George Haas, lot on NTV. cor. of Twenty-eighth aye. and 8 St., N. 34:4, NW. to a point, S. 50:4, E. 240 10 COMMERCIAL RECORD. SUMMARY OF TUX MARKETS. Friday Evening, Sept. 26. Wheat lower. Barley and Oats weak. Heavy receipts or ( '■ ra. Rye easier. More Hay coming in. Colored Beans weak. Potatoes ln good supply. Onions steady. Butter dull. Poultry and Game firm. Fine Kegs sell well. Wine (.rapes easy. Hops quiet. Lemons lower and dull. Bice unsettled. Liverpool Salt lower. Silver weaker. Hogs lower. Provisions linn. Pigs* Feet higher. English Wheat Market. Liverpool, Sept. 26.— The spot market Is quiet at 7s Kd|p7a 3 ._d. Cargoes are lower at 37s 3d for off coast, 37s 3d for Just shipped and 37s 3d for nearly due. FrTfRKS. Tbe Produce Exchange cable gives the following Liverpool quotations: September, 7s 2»id; October, 7s3i.nl; November, 7s._V_d; December, 4-iid; January, 7s sd; February, 7s Bd. SECURITIES. London, Sept. 26.— Consols, 94 13-16; United States Bonds- 126«4: 4%'s, 106*4: Sliver, 61 11-16 d; Kentes, 95E lie ,_c. Bullion into the Bank of England, £7000. New York Markets. New York, Sept 26. — Tlio feeling to-day In the slock market was rather mixed, and It is un deniable that some of the weaker bulls lost courage for the readiness with which such stocks as Atclel son, Union I'acltic and some others have yielded to the pressure, The market closed dull, steady, firm, and generally about level with opening prices, and the final changes were therefore generally Tor slight losses. Pacific Mall was down I.i, Sugar la. » and Union" Pacific 1. ' Governments steady. Petro leum — Pennsylvania Oil opened at SO ana closed at 80. October opened at 80 and closed at 79 >i • New York, Sept. 26. United States Bonds: 4's, 130-%. 41/2's, 103%; Northern Pacific, 30; Can adian" Pacific, 81: Central Pacific, 33; Union Pacific, 68%; Atchison, 38-.+ Wells-Forgo, 140; Western Union. 83V_: Silver, 112; Sterling, $4 81 @4 85%. New York, Sept. 26. — Wheat, cash, 91 o_.*i; October, $1 05.;. Flour— Quiet. . Coffee-» 18 50. : , Sugar— 63/ 3 @6c. II des— l6c. Copper— Lake, $17. Tin— Spot, $25. Lead— Domestic, ?."> 30, Iron-sl4. Petroleum— Bo. Chicago Markets. Chicago, Sept. 26.— Wheat i opened about the same as yesterday's closing, advanced frbm 3/ s c to Vie. broke from l'/»c to 1 Vie, recovered Vie clos ing at -y«c lower than yesterday. Receipts, 533,000 bushels: shipments, 777,000 bushels. . Bye dull at 60c. Barley quiet at 75c. . Chicago, Sept. 26.— Wheat, cash, 96% c* Corn-48c. Pork-$9 62%. Lard-$6 05. • Bibs— *s 221/2. s ■ W_tlsky-»1 13. 7 ;7*7 Fine Silver-* Lower at $1 12@1 13. ... ,-.-. --■/ • Mexican Dollars. Quoted atßßV4@9oc 7 . New York Exchange. ■■ c New York Exchange, 10c for sight drafts and 15c for telegraphic ' "_ The Wool Markets. riIII.ADKi.PHiA, Sept. -Wool firm. Montana, 17(S-4o; Territory, 16@'__c ? It). - ■- Boston*, Sept. 20. — Territory Wools continue active, with sales uf fine at 60@62c; flne medium, 679.9 c; ."medium, ; 53(_)5&c. Considerable * spring California Wool has been sold at l-@'_oc and tast ern Oregon at l_@_'_c t* th. :-_ - .-': '■■;: ____.--. .. _. — -. *- -. _..-_... ... The Weeks. Failures. ;*.' The • liradstrect . Mercantile Agency ' reports - 15 failures In the Pacific Coast States and Territories \ tor 1 the | week . ending ; yesterday, as | compared with 0 Tor the previous week and 6 Tor the corre sponding .week O-.lbStf. The failures for the past i week are divided among tbe trades as follows:* 1 grocers, 2 clothing, t'i saloons. 1 watch-maker, 1 electric-lighting company, 1 general store, 1 restaur MISCELLANEOUS. Lf^ffif fB , l * aU ; *»*-:■*■ : ■,- -,- -fl&rffo GROCERS, Tea, line and Cigar Importers ! T_b.e World Represented ! 426, 428, 430 and 432 PINE STREET, S-A.3XT S^Fe.^^._OJ*OlSS*C?<3. - TO WEAK MEN THE WEEKLY CALL « a most ac differing from the* effect, of youthful errors, early decay, wastlmt weakness, lou manhood, etc., 1 will CCPtablO Cl'SSeilt tO seer! tO send a valuable treatise (sealeel > containing lull wwj. »•»_«»» ■-.-._._*_-»_ ■.» _.&-.. '» particulars for home cure, FREE of charge. A splendid medical work: should be road ley every vonr fri_vn__s_ in avirr _r*ef*»ali-C man who is nervous and ilclellitate.l. A.I dress. ™ w " lenQ3 "* aay iOCaucy i*rt>_". Cs FOIVIeER, -Hoodue,Coai_4 M a P s diwy ly f - v . £1 25 a year, postpaid. rant. 1 hotel, 1 commission produce and 1 sash and door factory. --- '-'"• ---V- "-: Shipping Notes. Steamers to sail to-day are the City of Puebla for Victoria and l'uget Sound, the Humboldt for Hum boldt Bay, the Farallon for Honolulu, the Los Angeles for San Pedro and the Point Loma for Grays- Harbor. The Mariposa falls due from Australia and Hono lulu and the Pomona from Ban Diego, The Cawdor takes for Havre 79,454 ctls Wheat, valued at $110,607. The Br Iron ship F'ascadalc, 1976 tons, was char tered prior to nrtlval for Wheat to Culled King. , doin, Havre or Antwerp, 37s Bd. : e :'.*-•*. Produce Market. FLOUR— Net cash prices are as follows: Family extras, $1 25®4 50; Bakers' extras, $4 IS@4 25; city superfine, $3®3 30; interior brands, $4@4 50 for extras and $3@3 25 ¥ bbl for superfine. YV HEAT — Continues weak and neglected. No. 1, $1 32%; no. 2. $1 30; choice, $1 33.4; extra choice, for milling, $1 35 @1 40; Sonora, $1 30 ¥ctl. -"'. CALL SALES— MOR.VINO. Buyer '90—500, $1 36%. Buyer season— 3oo, $1 45; 400, $1 44"/ . • ■. . CALL SALES— AFTERNOON 1 . Buyer '?0 - 200. $1 36% ; 500, $1 37. Buyer season— 2oo. $1 45. BARLEY Weak and quiet. Options declined yesterday. No. 1 Feed, $1 32',^ ¥ ctl; lower grades. $1 27V»®1 30; Chevalier, '$1 50 lor Standard and $1 30©1 35 for lower grades; Brewing, $1 37%@ 1 50 ¥ ctl for fair to choice. CALL — MeeH._r.NO. Buyer '90 — 100, $1 36%;" 100. $1 36%; 100, $1 36%; 200, $1 30.4. Buyer season — 400, $1 42«4: 500, $1 43. (ALL SALES— AFTERNOON 1 Buyer '90-100, $1 37%. CATS— DuII and weak at the decline. Additional reclpts from Oregon. Black, $1 60@1 75 ¥ ctl; No. 1 White, $1 52% ® 1 65: No. 2, $1 45®1 60: Choice, $1 87%®1 BO; Gray, 81 45' a 1 50: Surprise $1 65® 1 67%: Hilling, $1 60e®l 65 ¥ ctl. CORN — Small round Yellow Is lower. Receipts were larger yesterday, amounting lo 4115 centals. White, $1 30® 1 32%: Yellow, $1 27..-.MI 30 for large and $1 27'/.®l 30 for smalt round. BY 1.- Weak and heavily offered at $1 20® 1 27% for common to choice. BRAN— Easy at $17 60@18 50 for the best and $17 ¥ ton lor lower grades and outside brands. MIDDLINGS— Easy at $25 ¥ ton for the best and $24 for other (trades. .-' -- • HAY' — Receipts were free again yesterday. Wheat, quotable at *1 • i.i 1 1 ¥ ton for fair to leeneU aud $15*9 . i, tor choice: oat. $9,-1.12: Wild Oat, «10®12: Barley, $8011; Alfalfi. $12®13; Clover, $8 50®11 ¥ ton. straw— Quotable at 45@5..c ¥ bale. MU.LSTUFFS - Ground Barley. »29@30. The mills sell Oilcake Meal at $23 ¥ ton net, tne job bers charge $27 ¥ tou; Bye Flour.- 3'.»o"f*lb: Rye Meal. 3c: Graham Flour. 3%c; Oatmeal" 4 %c; Oat Groats, sc; Cracked Wheat, 3 ; *4C; Buckwheat Flour, sc: Pearl Barley. 4%@l*!4c ¥ ». SEEDS— Yellow Mustard. %_%_ 15 ¥ ctl; Brown Mustard. $2 50®3 ¥ ell; Flax. $2 botii'i lb; Canary, 3 1 .® 3 : * c ¥ lb; Alfalfa, 8c ¥ He; Rape, 2%c; Hemp, 4%c: Timothy, ._&6*/_c. DRIED PEAS— Nlles. $1 4(1® I 50 ¥ Ctl: Green. $1 25® 2, according to quality; Blackeye, $1 60® 1 75: Split 1 eas be ¥ ID. BUCKWHEAT-QuotableatSl 7E©2 ¥ etl. CORNMEAL. ETC.— Table .Meal. 3'4@3 : 'ic ¥ lb; Feed Com. $2s@2S 50: Cracked Coru, $28®29 ¥ ton: Hominy, 4»._c ¥ to. BEANS— Price, showed no further change yester day. There were reports of rain In the southern Bean distr.cts. Bavos, quotable at 83 40®.i 50 ¥ ctl; Pea. f.3i_,3 IS; Small White. $3@3 15: pink. $2 ttt-2 25; Heels, $2®2 25: Lima., — ; Butters, $2 16® 330 ¥ etl for small and medium. - POTATOES— supines of all kinds are large. Sweets, •'!.,;-. I.lc ¥ ID In sacks and 1 ' .(all i/_e- In boxes: Garnet Chiles. 85®9-e: Burbank Seedlings, 60.®$i 15; Early Rose, bo®7sc; Peerless, 60©76 c ¥cti. ONIONS-Sold yesterday at $2@2 25 ¥ ctl. BUT TEH- new. Trade Is quiet and the market is weak. Fancy, 35®36c ¥ It': good to choice, 2,.@30c « lb; common to fair, i7%®-""%c: storo Butler, 12%®15c; pickled roll, _0®22%c; firkin, 17@19c; Eastern creamery, 23c for fancy. CHEESE— Good to choice mild new, 8%®10C: fair, 7®Bc; fancy, 10%@ He ¥ lb: Young America, 10®lle; cased 'S_c additional; YVesteru. 8®10c: Eastern, P@l2c ¥ lb. POULTRY — The market continued firm yesterday and several descriptions so:il higher. Live Tur keys are quotable at 17®'-0c ¥ Oe for Gobblers and 16®; ¥10 for Ileus; Geese, ¥ pair, $1 25® 1 75; Ducks, $4®5 for old and $5 60®6 60 for young: Hens. $.®7 : Boosters, young, $s@7t do, old, tbidb 50: Fryers. 5,1.31 50; Broilers, $4 for large ami t'3_!3 50 ¥ dozen for small. GAME— Prices were steady and not materially changed yesterday. Quail, $1 25®1 60 ¥ doz: En glisn snipe. $3; Jack Snipe, sl ; Mallards,s_@l : Sprig, $2 25@'_ 75: Teal $2 50@:l; Widgeon, $1 61)®1 75; Small Ducks. $1 2;'®l 50; Gray Geese. 83; Veni son. 7@llc; Doves, So®7sc ¥ dozeu: Hare, $1 25 ■■•.;.".': Rabbits, $1 25® 1 50 for Cottontails, and $1 for small. EGGS— Fine Eggs sell well, bnt lower grades rule well. Fancy Easteru, Quotable at 27%®28c ¥ dozen; common to choice Eastern, 17%®25c; California, 27 ._®-_i,_. ror store aud 34®38c for ranch. HONEY— Choice White Comb, ouotable at .®10c; do, in 1-lb frames, 11 (8 12 c; ordinary Comb, 7(»7%cj White extracted. s*^>®6c: amber, 4 .yta)sc ¥ ID, BEESWAX -Quotable at 2'_l..@'-sc"**%l It.. FRESH FRUlT— Black Grapes are in better de mand and firm, owing to partial cessation of ship ments, while white Grapes are weaker. Wine Grapes continue weak, but stocks are not so large as they have been and the demand for good Grapes is steady. Pears arc lower and dull. Cape Cod Cranberries. $10®10 50 ¥ bbl: Raspber ries, $B®lo ¥ chest; Quinces, 6o®Gsc¥bx; Huckle berries, 10®12c ¥ lb; Grapes. 30®'.0c ¥ box tor Sweetwater. 30®5i)c ¥ box for Muscats, 30®10c for Verdelis, 30®:0c for Rose of Peru, 30®4uc for Black vols-.', 35®75c ¥ box for Tokay, according to color, 50®75e for Cornichon and 50®75c for Isabellas and $I®l 25 for Queen Isabellas: and el ' Wine Grapes, $16 ¥ ton for sweet and ■ $10®15 for sour; other black YVlne Grapes, $11.® 15 ¥ ton: Cantaloupes, 50®75c V crate; Nutmeg Melons. 25® 35c: Watermelons.*.:®!} V 100: Black Flgs,4o®soc V box. for double-layer boxes; White Figs, 35®50c; Plums, 3©3.4 c ¥ lb; Blackberries, ¥ chest: Peaches. 60r®$l ¥ box and 75® ¥ basket and 3V_®4V_e ¥ lb In bulk; Apples, 4oc@sl ¥ box for common to good and $125 for choice; Pears, 25® 76c ¥ box; Strawberries, $4®6 ¥ chest for largo va rieties and $10 for Longwortbs. CITRUS FRUIT, ETC.— Lemons are stll lower and dull. Malaga Lemons, quotable at $7 50"i >* box: Sicily Lemons. $7 75®8; Riverside Lemons, $3(i-3 50: Los Angeles Lemons, $'.'®2 50: Mexican Limes, S4@s; Bananas, $I@2 50 ¥ bunch; Pineap ples, ?3ias ¥ dozen. DRIED F'RUITS-Qulet at the revised prices. The latest mail report from New York says of Prunes: "The demand for Turkish has been chiefly or a job bing character, but sellers have maintained the price or / j,®6M.c. New for October shipment are quoted _',_c and November 6%c, but little Irrerest has been given to the market. ■ New French are very moderately Inquired arter, and as a conse quence a much easier feetiug exists as to prices, lv fact as low as 8 .s®B%c bas been quoted for September shipments. lie four sizes ot California forshlpmeut command r_'®l2'4C." Private cables received In New York yesterday reported a spurt in French Prunes at Bordeaux, prices advancing ma terially. The quotations are for frnlt In sacks unless otherwise specified. Evaporated Apples (boxes). 12 (alloc ¥ "': sliced, Nei-He- ¥ lb; quartered, 7%®Bc ¥ lb: Pitted Plums, 10i,._®lli /2 c ¥ lb; bleached Peaches. 14@15c: bleached Apricots, sacks, 14® 17 %c: boxes. 17®18'x,c ¥ He; White Nectarines, 16®17c; California Prunes. 8%®10c; - Grapes, 3.i®3>uc ¥ lb; Pears. 10®12V_c for common and ISOISe lor quartered uupeeled Bartlett-. RAISINS— MaII reports from New York say that California have been jobbing falrly.'nlth sites of new to arrive on the basis of previous quotations. - Layers, fancy. $2 25; choice, $'.'®2 IS: fair to good. $1 75® l 90 ¥ box, with the usual advance tor frac tional boxes. . NUTS-New crop softshell Almonds. 14@15c ¥ lb: new walnuts. 9®lle ¥ "'• -We quote old crop as follows: Chile Walnuts, 10c: Peanuts, 8® 8c; Hickory Nuts, 6@B; Pecans, 10®11 ; Filberts, 1 1 1 ..■._. l •_■ i .. i- : Brazil Nuts, nominal at 12®12%c¥ Ib: Cocoanuts. 85®8 ¥ 100. * ■■"■■■ ■■■ -•--.-.. . VEGETABLES— Tne market Is abundantly sup plied with all kinds. Marrowfat Squash, quotable at $.15 ¥ ten: Egg Plant, 4U®6oc ¥ box: Green Okra, 60® 65c ¥ box: Green Peppers. 25®40c for Chile and" 40®60c ¥ box for Bell; Toman large boxes. Hoc ioe ¥ box for River and 40.U60C ¥ box for Bay: Green Corn, 50c® 3 1 ¥ sack and crate for common to good and 17 %®22%c ¥ dozen for Alameda: Summer Squash, 26®1.5c ¥ box for Bay: Lima 1 Beans, 2%c ¥ lb; Cucumbers, 25@50c ¥ box for Bay; Pickles. $1 ¥ box for small and 60c for large: Cabbage, 76c ¥ ctl; Feed Carrots. SO® 65; Turnips. 76c; Beets, 81; Parsnips, $1 25 ¥ etl: Garlic, 8® 10c ¥ id. - . - -^-"-«- PROVISIONS-Flrm. Business fair. Pigs' Feet have advanced. - Easern covered Breakfast Bacon, quotable at 13®13%c ¥ lb; California smoked Bacon. 9®loc ¥ lb for heavy and medium, and ].;K_.l_',_c for light: 13V_@14c for extra light: Bacon Sides, 9 .ifflg ¥ to; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams for city trade, l 1 ,._:;. c : California Hams, - salt. 12 12% c¥ - lb; refrigerator-cured. ■ 13® 13% c; Lard, tierces, Eastern, all kinds, 9®9V*c; cases. lU£lo%c;. California tierces, 9%®11%c: half-bbls, a ®9 .jc; tins. 10c; palls, 10.1b, 10' a c: do, 5-Ib. IOV4C; kegs, 9 ,.e.10i: ¥ lb; Mess Beer. $7 00@S; extra - mess do, $8 6U@9: . family *. $11 51.. 412: clear lurk, $19 50®20: extra prime, $16 ; 60®17; extra clear, $30@_0 SO; :• mess do i ..*- s?* V****-*-s*S^-:e?3^eK___ fr;>i_iwS__e____<S.l*-„ *a«-____p_aj -.18-0 50 ¥ blei; Pig Pork. ¥ keg. $3@3 05. Pigs' Feet,sl_(sl3 50 ¥ bbl; Smoked Beer. 11* _. 12c ¥ lb. '*-=" HOPS-Dull at 32'.i@3Ec ¥ tt. New York mail reports say: "The demand for new Hops has con tinued slow and the outside price* quoted aro dint cult or -realization ami nominal, other growths are without decided change. We quote New York SOtl-At. 18!, °' ' 1; '-- s * Pacific Coast, 1890, 3e® 40c el tii. ' -"* HIDES AND PELTS-Heavy salted steers Si.c ¥ to: medium, 7c ¥ lb; light. 5%c ¥ lb; Cowhides. D'_e\ salted Kip, B®7i'; salted (air. B®9c: dry Hides/usual selection, lie: dry Kips, 10(_il0i/.c --dry Call. l(j@I0%c; prime Goatskins, 40® Soc each*' medium do, -_5@35c; small skins, io®2oc: Deer skins, good summer, 30®35.'; medium, 25c- thin _0c ¥ lb; Sheepskins, shearlitigs, 10@20c; short wool, 3lXasoc: medium, 65®90c; long wool 90 (in $1 26 ¥ lb. Culls or all kinds . : , less. Butchertowu green skins sell relatively higher. TALLOW — Fair to good rendered, 3%c ¥ It refined. 6®"ei,ic; Grease. 2 : ',4(j3c p.. WOOL- Fall clips are quotable' as follows: Choice Northern, 14®lBc: defective Northern, 12® 13c: Mountain free, ll@14c; sen Joaquin anil Southern defective. B@loc. We quote spring >iie, : _ Eastern Oreuon. 14®-0c: Valley Oregon, 20&-3.-- ~ Nevada. ,5, 17e; choice Northern, lS'/.®2oc ; Hum boldkaud .Mendocino, 20033 c ¥ lb. General .Merchandise. BAGS- Calcutta, 6%®7%c; Wool Bags. 36@3Sc: Potato Gunnies, nominal. RICE— market Is unsettled. Extra No. 1 Chinese and Hawaiian are higher. Chinese mixed. 84 75@4 85: No. 1 Chinese. $5 75®5 _."> ? two mats; extra No. I, $7 20®7 25; Hawaiian, $5© 5 12% fi. ccl. —Liverpool cheap grades have been marked down to $13® 13 50 ¥ ton iv largo sacks. SUGAR— The California Sugar Hennery quotes as follows, terms net cash: cube. Crushed, Extra Pow dered and Fine Crusheu, all IMc; Dry Granulated 6Vi,c: Confectioners' A. 63/ e: Extra O, sc; Gulden C, 43,4 c ¥ lb: Bag*. y g c more than bbis. The American Hennery quotes, terms net cash: Extra flue Cube. Crushed, Fine Crushed and Pow dered. 6V..C; Extra Fine I'uwuered. 6 .4 c; Dry Gran ulated. 6..4 C: AX do. 6 ',4c: Conrectioners' A. 6' c: YVhlte Exlra C, 5" a c; Extra C. Sc; Golds.. C. 4 He ¥ ID. P"--._ «•:- San Franclsc. > Meat .Market. All kinds except Mutton and Lamb are in good supply. Hogs are lower and there Is no demand for stock Hogs. Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers aro as follows: BEEF— First quality. 5 ,_^6c; second quality, 4. _!"..(•; third do. 3.. .(.!■ -. 7* - VEAL— Large, 4®6c; small Calves, (V_.Bc. MUTTON— « ethers. 7%®Bc: Ewes, 7%c. LAMB— Spring Lamb. BV_®loc ¥ "'• PORK— Live Hogs. I(_l4' for light grain-fed, and 3' :..m..:.-. c for heavy packing; stock Hogs, 3®3'ic ¥ It.; dressed do, 6',- : ®7'/ 2 c ¥ ID. RECEIPTS OK PRODUCE. __ . Fniiisv, Sept. 26. " Flonr.nrsks 14.164'8ran.5k5......^.... 1.495 i do, Oregon, do. 3,346 do, Oregon, __,'.. ■ T'_ 4 Wheat, ctls 2.363 Jil.l.llnit-, s-H., 503 "! do. Oregon. do.... 1.940 do, Oregon, 05... 11l Barley. 3,11 1 Hay. tons 694 do, Orecon. d 0... 1.025 Straw, tons _ 16 Oats, 310 Hops. bales _ 295 Oregon. do.... 3,245 Wool, bis. 315 Corn, ctls 4,115 do, Oregon, d 0.... 7* Beaus.sks 1,305 Flaxseed, Or., sks.. 225 Potatoes, Ski 5.958 Hides, no „ 633 Onions, szs 4531 OCEAN slEA.il_.ltS. Dates of Oopirture From San Francisco. Steamer. | Dutivatiov. | SUi.i |Whbf lon .... IHonoluln Sept 27. 8r»l Miss'n I 'ueula.. | Vie Pet SouuJiSept^7, 9am'|l<lWt 1 iceies..:Sanrearo ISepfJ7, Saw unw'fi ■..l: .. » : .... i . i. nay. Sept 27, !>».« Clar or Cal. i Portland SopMlUOam Snear na 5an0iei0....,,, iSeptW.llAH Udw'ri » Kan fenru Oct 1. Bam IliUVvii 1 China & japan . Uct 1. li-u fMS S a Hnmoui'lt i.,i,-.. Oct li '.i»M I'i'.t >■ : an Hep l'uget 5.;.mi<1.... Oct Z.lOau Miss'n I ilia Vie* Souuil Uct 2, !)au I Kdvr'r 1 id...... rortland oct 3.lUAu;.Spear use... rnnaina Oct 3,12 H,l' M >s Rosa.. San I)li-so Oct ::,Hau : Bilw'vJ uetteV V.-iiiuina l;ay....iOct 4, .'n m •■■,-..: mure of Australiaa steamer uoi>i-a(U ,tlie l.li 1,1 SUN AND run. XABUC In Pacific Standard Timo. Computed by Tiross.it Tksn-Xt, Chronometer ami Instrument • Maker. IS Market street. n. w. binalL H.W. L.W. 2-ar2B. Small. r.w. 5? Larga. S = ? 3 r....iiLi La 1.... \l.i ).... o.: ).... U.! ct i i.: ct a l.( it :; •-■.: i Pill 4.31 All, 7 PMj 5.15 Ail fro. 1 Smalt. la ru j s- ah 13 I'm 8.86 au <1 ru 7.1 ami ,4 PM 7.50 am' 1 ru 8.33 am 58 .07 < SHIPPING IMT'IIeI.KiKNTTi. for Lois SJiiptstmi fnteUluence set l.'ii.-.'tt't l\isj- Arrived. Friday. Sept 26. U S Stmr Albatross, Tanner, 7 days from Port Townsend. stmr Westport, Jacobs, 16 hours from YVestport; lumber, to Pollard & Dodge. Stmr Maggie Ross, Miller, 18 hours from Fort Bragg; lumber acid piles, to Fort Bragg Redwood Co. Scbr Norway. Chanson. 7% days f m Grays Harbor; 335 M ft lumber, to s 11 Harmon Lumber Co. Scbr Sacramento, Peterson, 36 hours from Green wood: 200 cds bark, to L E White. Stmr (■ W Elder, Lewis, 54 hours Irom Astoria: 196 51 ft lumber. 375,000 ft spruce lumber, to S E Made Lumber Co: 200 tons scrap-iron, to .1 ■ 1 -, ■ **. Mnrg Co. Selu- Electra, Knudscn.26 hours from Mendocino; 340 M ft lumber, to Mendocino Lumber (V. Schr Venture. Johnson. 23 hours from Roekport; 306 M ft lumber, SO cds bark, to Cottoueva Lumber Co. Stmr Jewel, Johnston. 44% hours from Hueneme: 6933 sks barley, 10 pkgs express, to Field « stone; 214 sks potatoes, 2 eps fowls.tee Erlaoger A Gallnger. Se-lir Archie and Foutie, Hunting, 30 hours rrom Stewarts Point: 30 cds bark, to Heyman _.- Mayer; 40 cds wood, to Higgins A- Collins. Schr L ly. Noyes. 3 days from Humboldt; 233 M ft lumber, to J C llawlev A Co. Br ship Gretna, Webster, 202 days from London; 13.752 csks cement, to J D Spreckels ._ Bros. Br ship Orontes, Bain, 66 days from :*yduey; 1830 tons coal, to J J Moore * Co, . * Cleared. Friday. Sept 26. Stmr City of rnelila, Debney, Victoria and Port Towiiseml: Goodall. Perkins .t Co. Stmr Humboldt. .lessen, Eureka: Soe-fles ,v Stone. Stmr Los Angeles, Lelaud, YViliuington ; Goodall, Perkins A Co. ■ » NIC stmr Montserrat, Blackburn, Nanaimo; DO Blackburn. .■-,.. Salloil. :>'.*-': ... Friday. Sept 26. Stmr Gipsy, Plnmmer. Santa Cruz, etc. Schr Helen Merri.lin. Lludbrldge, Klamath River. . Schr Viking, Dannevlg. Schr Letltla. Hansen, Columbia River. Schr Chelco. Jacobscu, Rogue River. Schr W S Phelps. Peterson. Mendocino. Memoranda. . Per stmr G W Elder— Saw ship, supposed to be British, outsiJc the bar with Hag set for pilot. Telecranhlc. .".'/ '■' POINT LOBOS— 26 —10 ft K. — Weathsf thick; wind SW. velocity 8 miles. ■ " Miscellaneous. '.*.':■ ' LONDON-Sept 25— Ship Henry Vlllard, from New York for I'ortlaud, previously reported having put Into Valparaiso, lost tore and main masts. - Ger ship Rudolph Yon Sennigseu, from Cardiff for Victoria, BC, previously reported having put Into Montevideo, lias been surveyed and ordered to partly discharge for further examination. ■ NEW YORK— Sept 26— Br nark Benares has been in collision with tho pier at Tynemouth. Damage •light.-: ._•-_., *.-ff,-.',M;-.',. ---.-- . v. .- Domestic Porta. ." ' '" ~ TACOMA-Arrlved Sept ,25 — Stmr San Pedro, hence Sept 21. •• '■ ' -> * -"*■ - * - POINT ARENA— Arrived Sept 35-Strar Record, bence Sept 24. .... Sailed Sept 25-Schr Daisy Kowe. PORT MADISON— SaiIed Sept . 28-Schr Zanipa, San Francisco. __ _— . _ „ . PORT HADLOCK-Arrlved Sept 36-Bktn -I M Griffith, hence Sept 6. ■■ - *- .•''.'' ..' • SAN DlEGO— Arrived Sept 38— stmr Navarro aud schr Mabel Gray, from Humboldt. -. * .-■■ -, BOWENS LANI'ING-Saiied Sept 28-Schr Mon terey, for Sau Francisco. e_- '"",-"'•_ _'_*„.,*' SAN PEDRO— Arrived Sept Schr Llllebonne, from Humboldt. 1. --.!.- Forelsn Ports. - *. FLEETWOOD— SaiIed Sept 24— Br ' bark Stan more, for Havre. '-^~- — ■■•-.- - .. KIO DE JANEIRO— SaiIed Sept 24— ship Sena tor, for Tacoma. - "--"_, „."■ -*" '.'-,""*' . M ACAP"LCO— SaiIed Sept 24— Stmr Clyde, for Panama; stmr City ot New York for Panama. - - _, 7- VALPARAISO— Arrived Aug 13— Cbll ship - Hln dostau. from Burrards. *-' ".*•'' •■''-- *--•■ - ; "-.,.:•■* - ;. INLF.Y'- Arrived Sept 18— Chll bark Juan de Ne varro, from Gig Harbor. ■"- » I> v v *i*"*3? , '* s, " J * :-. GUAYAQUIL- Arrived Sept 25 — Bark Estella, from Port Blakelcy.