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DEATH. It Is not death that some time In a sigh - » - " This eloqnent breath snail take Its speechless tight: , That some do these bright stars, that now reply lit sunlight to the sun, shall set In night; 1 h.i this warm, i 'in loot flesh shall perish quite And all lire's rudly springs forget to flow; That tboaahta sbali ceise and the immortal upright lit- lapped in alien clay and laid below. It is not death to know this, but to know That pious thoughts, which visit at new graves In tender pilgrimage, will cease to go So duly and so oft. and when grass waves Over lir' i a^t away tin re may be then No resurrection In the minds of men. Thomas Mood. COUSIN CASSANDRA. BT HELEN F. GRAVES. The March winds were blowing their trumpets down Shegauk Valley, as only March winds know how to blow, and the daffodil a of sunset lay over the brown .Is, streaked here and there in shady cor ners with bars of late lingering snow, as Patty Greer came to the kitchen door to shake the crumbs off the table-cloth. " How pretty it loots down the valley!" she thought. I'm glad Grandfather Greer built this house just here, instead of under t c rocks. One gets such a view. Ido be lieve the maples along the edge of the swamp are beginning to redden already. And there," with a flush on her cheeks which almost rivaled the red of the maple copse, "is Arad Temple— at least, I think it's he— coming by Old Mill! I shouldn't a bit wonder if he were coming here." She stood a moment, watching the black speck against the daffodil shine; a moment more, her lips apart, her brown eyes strained! "Patty," called ? her mother, " why on airth don't you shut that door? The cold air comes in like a hull pack of wolves; - ' "I— l— was only looking." said Patty, as she closed the door with a sigh. The black speck had disappeared; it did not reappear again. " I thought so." said Cousin Cassandra, a lean, high-shouldered woman, with a tuft or seamy, flax-colored hair, hair-pinned on Hie tip of her bead, and a checked cape drawn across her narrow shoulders. She spoke so close to the girl's ear that Fatty gave a little jump. "Thought what?" said she. "That he'd gone Into Lewis Hibbard's. store," nodded Cassandra. "The young Cellars they're all dreadful partial to Lew's ■lore store they put in the billiard tables. Dear roe! I do wonder what this world is coming to!" 1 lie red in Patty's cheeks was genuine peony color now. "I don't see what harm It is," she retorted, "II he has stopped in for a minute." "I do," said Miss Cassandra. "Anything but a dissipated young man!" "lie isn't dissipated ! : ' cried Patty. "Will, praps he aint," said Cassandra. "I am -ore 1 hope so. But there aiut noth in' would induce me to marry a man as there was the east doubts of!" "What a comfort it is that you have never been tempted ill that way!" said Patty, vindictively, as she folded the tablecloth in a series of Jerks and put it in the closet. Then Patty went up to her own room and had a good cry. "I do think," she said to herself, "that Cousin Cassy is the most spiteful creature I ever knew. But, ail the same, Arad might have ci me here to-night. lie knew I was expecting Mm." When her eyes were dried at last and her new frill satisfactorily adjusted, Patty came downstairs. But the wistful glance she cast Into the room was unrewarded. No one was there but her mother, piecing patchwork, on one side of the chimney corner, and Cousin Cas sandra, knitting a prep .sterously long stocking of blue yarn oil the other. And the subject of conversation had ap parently reuiaiued unaltered, for Cousin Cassandra was still hammering away on Lewis llibbard and the new billiard tables. " It's what I call a snare for souls!" she groaned. " Them balls a-clickin' about and the door- always opened wide, for every loafer in Shegauk to story intol I always did despise Lew llibbard— a lazy, shiftless creator'," like all the lltbbnrds after him! They do say be druv his lirst wife into her grave, and his second lived only two years out of pure grit. Parson Pooley says, if tbe women of Shegauk would only take a stand— oh, Patty, is that you? Well, I've put the dried apples in soak for the sass to morrow, and the meat is ready to chop for mince pies." Patty had seated herself at the table and listlessly taken up a book. " 1 don't want to chop meat to-night," said she. " To-morrow morning will do just as well." "Disappointed!" whispered Miss Cassan dra, behind her hand, to Mrs. Greer, who was slightly deaf. "Sort o' cale'lated on Arad Temple bein' here to-night. Wal, mebbe it's jest as well, Arad lie's too par tial to Lew Hibbard's place." Patty could have murdered Cousin Cas sandra. She jumped up aud went to the door to let the cat in. " Why, Aral!' she exclaimed as pussy darted in, aud a tall figure appeared in the background. Cousin Cassandra opened the Inner door and craned her neck forward. " Well, I never!" said she. "It's you, arter all, ain't it? We sort o' reckoned, me ami Patty, that you'd found your way into thai new store o' Lew Hibbird's." "I did stop in there," said Aral coolly. Miss Cassy shook her head. " I knew it," said she, "jest as well's if I'd seen ye with my own eyes." Mrs. Greer lighted the fire in the best rroai. with true maternal solicitude. •' What's that for?" asked Miss Cassy. "Ye don't s'pose, do ye, that they'll hey anything to say that wo can't hear jest's well's not? I would not let Patty keep company with any man that goes to Law Hibbard's place, ef I was you, Sarah; it's a reg'lar well of iniquity 1" "1 guess Arad Temple's a pretty steady young man," said Mrs. Greer, timidly, as she adjusted the best duplex lamp on the table, aud set the family Bible and the new photograph album straight. Cousin Cassandra stalked grimly out of the room. " Don't say I didn't warn you!" said she. Patty came to her mother that night just as the big kitchen clock was striking eleven. "Mother," said she, "Arad Temple has asked me to be Ins wife." Mrs. Greer looked quickly up. "What did you tell htm, Patty?" said she. "I— said— Oh, mother, why shouldn't I? lie is so good, so nice— and he loves me dearly!" " But your Cousin Cassandra thinks—" "Mother," whispered Patty, nestling her head down on her mother's shoulder, " I did say something about Lewis Hibbard's store. I made believe I was angry, mother, aud he looked so hurt, and he let my hand fall so, mother" (with a pretty puce of pantomime), "and he said, 'If you can't trust me in everything, Patty, don't trust meat all!' And I said that I'd trust him. mother, to the very end. Did I do right?" Well," said Mrs. Greer, tenderly en folding Patty with her loving arms, "it's Just the answer I should have made your father, Patty, when we kept company; that's all I know. Aud your Cousin Cas sandra " "Oh, let Cousin Cassandra mint! her own business!" said Patty, coloring up. "Site always was a prying, disagreeable old maid, and I think she grows worse every year." Miss. Cassandra Greer heard the news of the engagement with an ominous shake of tbe head and the remark: : "It's a dreadful resky thing. I wouldn't run such a chance." Patty had it on the tip of her tongue to retort that It was extremely unlikely she would ever be called upon to hazard any such danger, but she thought better of it •nd didn't. She was so exceedingly happy •be could afford to be magnanimous. "Me and Mrs. Squire .Rudder and Miss Betsy Hall and some of the other church ladies," said Miss Cassy, "were gwlne to try and git that place of Lewis Hibbard's shut up. And I don't think nono the more of Arud Temple for his coins so much there. But law! Patty's completely Infatuated with him, and there's no uso talking to her 'bout it." "Patty," said young Temple to his fiancee, the week before the wedding, "you have trusted me, and you've done right Hut I don't like to see the troubled look on your face whenever that old meddler gives tongue on the subject of Hibbard's store. I've been there a good deal lately, but I've never ■pent a cent I've been earning money in stead at my trade, nutting up a new barn and a line of sheds at the rear— and that was my business there. But I wouldn't please Cousin Cassy so much as to tell her that Isn't it strange that people can't mind their own business?" "Oh. Cousin Cassandra never could!" laughed Patty. Patty was sewing the last fleorette of white ribbon on. the unpretending wedding gown of snowy albatross when Miss Cas sandra came in, rather flurried, saying: "White may do very well for you; but for a woman o' my years I sort o' think dove color would be more suitable. How many yards d'ye think it would take, Patty, for a weddin' dress for me?" The girl stared. "Why, Cousin Cassy." said she, "areyou going to be married?" Miss Cassy girled. "I am," said the. "To Parson Pooley?" The lady shook her head. "Ho»» 100 bigoted. 1 wouldn't hey him," Said she. "Peleg Builder?" • • "La, no! What should I want of him? He's 'most a beggnr." . "U'lio is it, then?" "lie's a good, prosperous widower; and a roan that lias buried two wives will know how to take care of a third ; and in his busi ness he needs a ttirrin' helpmate." "But you haven't told mo who it is, yet!" persisted Tatty. "Hain't I? La me, how forgetful I be!" simpered Miss Cassandra. "Why— it's Lewis Uibbardl" ' " THE STOCK MARKET. Trifling In Comstock shares continued active yes terday, anil the "chlppers" had no cause for com plaint. Curry was taken up by the manipulators and given a lively turn, Jumping rrom $1 55 on the first call to $1 95 In the noon Informal session. On the early call prices showed no particular change, and only a fair amount of stock changed hands. Con. Gal. & Va. could be freely had at »SVB@»Vi. with Mcsscr selling; but Immediately upon ad journment things changed, and an active demand was made tor stock by Inside brokers, ltest .v llelchersold up to IS. I 20 under calls of 1330 shares, ' mill • to $3 35, Exchequer 80c; Mexican $2 60, 1 1UU shares; Curry $1 60@l 95. 2150 shires: Ophir $3 60. 1250 shires; Sierra Nevada »3 45. 1800 •hares, and Union *'-' 90, 1800 shares. The market closed strong an! active, but opened quiet on the 2:30 r. m. session, when hut little trading was done. After the close I'otosl and Bullion were In demand, tne former selling up to si 00 and the latter to #3 60. the whole market closing strong. NOTES. Silver was inclined to be weak yesterday, selling from 100' ito 100 l-c In New York. The annual meetings of tho llakalau Plantation Co. ana the Con. New York Milling Co. take place to-morrow. Negotiations are pending; that may. In the near future, result In renewing operations la the Argus mines at Taylor, White Pino County, Nevada. Ihe Ureal Western Quicksilver Company lias de clared a dividend of -.15 cents per shire, payable to-day. At tlio annuil meeting of toe stockholders or the Virginia and Gold mil Water Company, bold yes terday, the old Hoard of Directors werj re-elected to serve fur the ensuing year. The working force on the Diamond mine at Eureka has recently been increased. There arc now sixty-five men on the pay-roll. According to the Central Nevadan, the III* Creek antlinony mine has proa need 200 tons "fore, now ready tin-shipment, awl it I, thought Too tons will bo transported by November. Following is a copy of toe official report or the piiuipin? operations in the crown I'olm Incline for the week ending July 1891: I loth sinking pumps continue to run steadily. No eh logo in pressure or now of water into the incline. On the '21st Inst, we started a blower In the Incline above the 1300-foot station, blowing air down to the 1700-foot station. At the 1700-foot level we are now cutting out for the station pumps, and have advanced a cut 6 feet wide. S feet biiili and « feet long since the blower was started. The water lv the I. richer Incline has been lowered 3 feet 6 Inches on the incline since last report. # rue California Title Insurance and Trust Com pany baa declared a quarterly dividend of 75 ceuts, payable to-morrow. The weekly letters from the Geld Hill mines for the past week are as follows : Cbown Point— The south lateral drift from the 300-foot level south winze is out 75 feet. The face is in very heavy ground composed of clay and por phyry. The west crosscut on tho 500-foot level lias not been advanced. The week has been devoted to timbering. The water from this drift Is gradually decreasing. The east crosscut from the south lateral drift on the 1000-foot level is out 278 feet. The face Is In porphyry, which Is softer than for some distance hack. Kkli'iikh— The south drirt from the 200 level east raise is out 63 feet. The face continues in quartz containing bunches of ore. he west cross cut on the 300-funt level Is out 106 feet. The face is In porphyry with small streaks of quartz through It. The east crosscut from the north lateral drift on the 1000-foot level is out 110 leet. The face Is in soft porphyry. Consolidates Imperial— West crosscut No. 1 from north drift on the 400 level is out 80 feet. The rare shows quartz having no value. TlieJ'lnt Challenge and Imperial west crosscut on the 1100 --foot level Is out 44 feet. The face shows a mixture of quartz and porphyry. C..NI ■ r 1. 1; V. i: AMI. I IIAT.I.ENCK CONSOLIDATED— The join: Confidence and Challenge north drift en the 200-foot level Is now in son feet, having been advanced 9 feet during the week. The Joint north drlit on the tiuo-foo! level Is lv 317 feet. The face is la quartz having no value. Justice— There has been no work done In the 822-foot level north drift since the last weekly re port. Shipped to the mill rrom the 400, 622 and 522 foot levels 107 tons and 1820 pounds of ore, the average battery assay of which was $18 26 per ton. Kevtitck Cox.— The south drift from the 1000 --foot level east raise was run a total distance of 41 feet, when an east crosscut «as started and ex tended 6 feet, and it shows no change of im portance since last report. Are still following the streaks of ore lv the raise above the north crosscut, and it shows no change of Importance since last re port. The raise from the east crosscut on the 950 level is up 21 feet above the track floor. The top is lv low-grade quartz, with spots of ore through It. BOAKI) SVI.K-i. Follow were the sales la tho San Francisco Meek Hoard yesterday: REGULAR BESSIOV— 9:3O A. St. 60 Alcha '.'5 'JO 00nnd...4.0U 100 0verm.,.2.20 2110 901000 1 01nt..1.40 SO Onhlr.. -3.53 lUO Alia 76 10 1.30 50..' 3.30 300 Amies.. .!. os 100 C Inn. 100 H0t051...4.60 *00 11e1cnr. .1.63 200 D M0nt... .21. 150 4.70 201! i. 3.10600 Eicneq....7s'-'UO I*4 2. "i ;t.us 150 lit c... 1.60 Ton Bar age. .2.20 70 liuiiion..:i 115 50 1.55 100 Scorpion. .3s 200 3.30 10 1.05 * SB & M.1.13 100 34*1100 ll* N...2.1U gos Ntv ....:>> 400 3.20,1590 2.15 100 3.110 100 8n1wer....30 100 Justice.. .os 200 Uni0n. ...2. 05 ZOO Cue.!:: :i . To Lady W.. .29 1150 2»i 360 Chall C..1.40 50 M,s\l-a:.J. 35,250 Utah 90 450 L'l'i V ....5" 300 0cc1d... .1.20 lino VJack»l.l.Ss 30 6V.K00 IV4I 10 1.90 GOO Ctwilar„a.oal I IMKBS-OftV SESSIOV— 2:II. 200 Alnha 85200 Eichq 75 00 Potosl.. 100 Andes ..1.05 100 65 50 Savage.. no 100 Belcher. 1.65. 650 ust ....l»i|100 Scorpion. .3s 200 II * 15.. .3.10 O Prize.. ..ls 60 -to 100 11 Isle 60 100 H £ N.. 2.05(4 50 S l; AM.. 1.10 250 Ho. He.. _ .70 2' lo lowa 16 400 5Nev...3.30 85U Bunion..::. 100 KentucX..4o 500 SHIII 25 6011 Caleilna...7o 200 N mile ..60 100 Onion... 2011 cu0ii.ir..2.15 100 lie 11n.,1 i 4 luoctan 9."> 200 2.20 60 Ophir 3U.2U0 i'JacKet.l.SO 100 OCa V....85i.2000vrmn...2i 4 1150l 150 1.85 200 C Paclflc. 161760 PotOJl . ..4.80J Tollowlnz were the sales in the Pima St^ci Board yesterday : jtEoni.Aß SKSSIOV — 10:11. 'JOT Alta. 70 100 M C....1.85 200 d B 4M..1.20 100 75 200 I*4 100 1.15 250 Ande5. ..1.05 200 1.85 200 l«4 60 1.10 150 1"* 450 8N»T... 3.40 60 HA 8... 3.10 II Jt N....2.10 50 safe 100 8u11i0n. .3.::6 200 Julia 18 lUU 3.35 4UUHu.lv<r ....30 7 00 Kent nek.. 40 20 0 3.45 60L'aieilula..7o 2110 Lady w.. .20 250 3»i 100Ch011ar..2.00. 50 Mexican. 2. to 300 ff£ 210 CCiV...5 3 ssooUcclilnt_.iri l 150 3.30 150 ..s 5 5 s a 100 ..b 5 1" 4 20.1 s 11:11 22 100 ..s 5 6' a | 60 1.20150 Uni0n... ,2.«5 100 5>v200t>p1i1r....3.t0!2<10 2.90 100 C1"01Ut..1.43'1&0 3.60 50 2.80 100 1.40 150 P0t051. ... 4 250 Utah 90 350 1.35 350 Savage.. 2.la 200 95 200 ..6 30.. .1.35 200 2.20 300 V Jackt.. 1.80 60 1.30 60 ..0 30... 2.20 50 _..1.K6 200 llxchq 75 JOUScoruion. .40 60 1«4 AKTKKN...VI SESSION'— 2 600 Alriha '32 000 Eichq 80 60 Onhlr ...3.55 50 ...'. 93.500 82 60 1'0t051.... 60 Andes. .1.10 100 81 . 05 4.83 50 Belcher. l.63 1400 83 100 Savage 200 100 B A: .3.201260 111: C....1.90 100 S Ba M..1.10 100 Hurtle.... 71) 350 1.80250 S KeT.. 3.35 100 8u11i0n. .3.-16 150 H A- N...2.05 20J 331, 100 Caledon...67l2ooJnlia 18 100. . .3.30 60 Chall C..1.40 176 Kentucn.. 3s7so Uni0n. ..2.90 200 13 „,325 40 250 2.85 100 Cb011ar..2.2U laO 38 100 2 95 150 CPolut...l i f ilOol.arty W....20 100 lltin .. 95 60 C C*V...s< iUOUCCid .... . 50 YJacKt „1.85 250 5% ..1)10 IV. 50 1.80 300ElCa< ' 77) 50 Onhlr 31 "l CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Tbuksdav, July 30—4 p. St. .w , -■ *<&■ Aikr<L\ Hid. Atktd. Alpha Con 95 1.00 Julia _ 15 20 Alia _ 70 75 Justice 60 65 Andes 1.05 1.10 Kentucs _ 33 40 Belcher 1.00 1.05 Lady Washuzn. 80 25 Best & Belcher. 3. 15 3.20 Locomotivo .... — 05 Belie Isle _ 60 —Mexican 2.55 2.60 fcodie - 70 —Mono 35 50 Bullion 3.60 3.65 Navajo 20 — Bulwer 30 35 Nev Queen 20 — Central 05 —is Belle 151e.... 50 — Caledonia 65 70 N t'ommonwitn 40 — Challenge Con.. 1.30 1.35 Occidental .'.... 1.20 125 thenar 2.20 2.23'nphir 3.55 3.60 Commuwcaitn.. 40 — overman. 2.20 25 Con (a: .1 Vlr. .5.50 55 a Peer _ 10 15 lon New Yoriu 10 15 Peerless 10 15 Confidence 3.50 4.oii:i'otosl ...4.90 5.00 Con Imperial... 10 16 Savage 2.15 2.20 Crocker 10 15 BB * Mines u_ 1.10 J. 15 Crown P0int. ..1.35 1.40 Scorpion 35 40 Pel Monte — 26' Sierra Nevada.. 3.35 3.40 Eureka. 3.00 3.25 Silver Hill 20 25 East Sierra Net — 15 Union Con 2.95 3.00 Exchequer » 85 90 Utah „ 00 95 c.001.1 ,v Curry. l.Bs 1.90 Weldon « 05 10 I. rand Prize . . 10 15'y Jacket 1.80 1.85 Hale <t>orcrs- 2.15 2.20; JiIStICLLANEIII SECURITIES. Tift miiAY, July 30-2 p. it. JSIA. Atl.etl BIA. AlH'.i. fS 8da.4'5...116'i — IPaclflcLlghtg. 7514, 76' A CntaCoWßds. - 1001,:, S F Gaslight..' B3Vi 6331 liupnt-st Bits. 149 1721.,'StSUin OA IL — 30 ' l&Cllsel'.yit. — 106 • it's 1-st R 11.. _ — 110 M4PKKBdt_ _ 109 11 A C Use XV 3214 35 MH-MF.KUIIII2O 121'4Ueary-stll 11. — 100 M' Coast Itlt. — 100 |N li *MX R. 45 50 11 It Bds..llsV'ollH'i Omnibus X H. 72 75 MiyotCallidillo 1 13' a Presidio X lt_ — 30 omnlbusCUd.ua 1 ie 3 , 4 ! Anglo Nov As. — 240 FioKKßis... — 120 California Ins — 110 I'&oilltrßds. 821/ i9l ICoiniuerc llns 84 100 Powl-«!KyUd.ll3 118 Fireman's t d. 165 — SPKllArlißOalooailoiai Home Mutual. 153*1 — M'KlU'allSas.ll3 — State lnveslin -' 86 SFKKCaIBss. - 102 Union Ins.. ... 82' A — FPBrKC'a!BdslO«i/jlo7 Atlantic Pow. 3 8 1/4, 40 SVWater Os-llSVsll9 Cal Powder... l4o — BVWaterl's.. 89 — Giant Powder — 55 AnsloCalßnx. 70 75 Pai'tyNltFow. 7"i 7% Baukorcai... — 274 Viyont Pow.. 2 — C'alSarePeuos — 50 Vulcan Pow. — 14 FlritNltHanXl72 175 BIkUIaCMO 23 — MM Antitank. — 126 Cal Klec LhrhC 15V- 16*1 LAMFBanx. — 40 Cal FJec Wis. 3 " 5 Pacific Ban*.. — 162y, Haw'n Coin... 2% 31/. March Ex Box - 27V 'llutch'n Surar 6 — Eiuei-vkos w. 10 19 Juds'nM'r«Co 19 '— '• ContraCoi W. 101 102 oceanic S S.. 60 — MarlnCoW.. 48 — pacßS*.S„ - 98 B V Water.. _ lioa/g p„. in 4: NalL — »3Va tentraiiiaj... »v — ipse Phonojn. - 1 OaxiaudOas.. 35"/* 38 FacWooanwa 22'/, — j-acuasunco — 80 | MOBSINO SAT.ES. Board-? 3000 Omnibus Cable Bonds, 110: 5 S V Water, 96Va. AntRSOOS BAI.E*. , . Boird-100 Cal Electric Light, 1514; 55 do. 16S/« --100 do, 16%; 15 8 y Uasllglit. 035/,,: ' '' The City Council of Elizabeth, N. J., has voted to have alarms of fire sounded in future by an electric whistle. - The Kasg-edest Path In Life It It be but Irradiated by good health, is shorn of halt Its distasteful features. Hosts of distinguished men and women have uttered regrets for a past when young, full of vigor and hope, though battling with obstacles that seemed well nigh Insurmounta ble, their pulses beat, their reins tingled with the glow of Joyous health. . Chronic Invalids, would you once more feel that glow, would you— as of yore-sleep, cat, digest perfectly ? Then use, with persistence, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters, foremost among tonics, most reliable of vitalizing medicines. Nervousness, dyspepsia, hypochondria, a loss of appetite and sleep, this grand reparative of a de bilitated physique and Impaired constitutional vigor speedily prevails against. Rheumatic and neuralgic ailments, malarial : disorders, kidney troubles, and the growing (trinities of age, are suc cessfully combatted by this benign specific. - 31 THE MORNING CALL. SAN FRANCISCO, FRIDAY. JULY 31; 1891-EIGHT PAGES. [■■■■■I 1 — lIIIIWI— — ■■ — ■IMI— MM — l !■■!! I !■ ■.■■lll ■ ■■1118 «■—■—■— l— M^^Mll I —A IdMIl Mill. . , SEA AND SHORE. Stormy Passage: of tlio British Ship Oimara. Tidings From the Sealers in Alaska- Two Schooners Seized— Arrival of the City of Peking— Remands to the Orient. About the worst weather-beaten looking craft that lias entered this port for many a day Is llio British iron ship Oimara, which recently arrived from Newcastle, England, after a passage of 150 days. She had a very rough passage, and still bears the scars sus tained in her battles with the elements dur ing her lons passage. The Oimara had n run of hard luck from the day she left the Tyne, and for fifteen days was compelled to contend against the worst kind of weather before she had cleared the English coast. In the North Sea the weather was something terrible, and, to make matters worse, a thick fog prevailed during most of the time. On the second day after leaving Newcastle the en tire starboard batch was washed . clean out of the forecastle . In the bustle of leaving port the plugs lad been left out of the hawser pipes, and whenever the vessel dipped into a heavy head sea she filled the forecastle at every plunge, On the filth day out the ship nar rowly escaped the rocks under Duugeness. She was on the starboard tack and teaiing through the water at a ten-knot clip, when suddenly the fog lifted, and to the horror of the crew the vessel was only a very short distance from the laud, while tho high cliffs seemed to hang almost over their heads. "Hard down with your helm," shouted Captain Brown, "hard down for your life! All hands about ship." The wheel was jammed hard-a-lee, and the vessel obediently swung around like a yacht not a moment too soon, as the muddy water plainly showed. The ship was soon standing oil the land on the other tack. Most of the men had been in tight places before, but, as the first offi cer said, they could not have been iv a tighter place and come out again. THE 1YI.VI) WAS A HURRICANE.',;' That night the wind blew a perfect liurrl can, tons of water poured over the vessel's decks and everything movable was swept away. Shortly after midnight the reefed foresail and the lower main-topsail were blown clean out of the bolt-ropes, and there after a terrible sea struck the ship, smash ing in the doors of Hie forward house and filling it with water and starting two panels 01 the bulwarks. Very shortly after daylight the calo mod erated somewhat and all hands were set to work bending new sails and making things snug on deck. Before sundown it was blowing harder than ever and the heavy sea was going clean over the ship. Tho main-batch covers were torn off and much water entered the bold. During Ibis night several of the crew were sent aloft to secure' the upper main-topsail, which was blowing out of the Jacket*. One of the seamen named Black was knocked from the yard by the sail and fell overboard. No boat could live in such a sea and nothing could be done to save him. This event cast such a gloom over the men of the crew that they wont aft in a body and demanded that the vessel be put into Falmouth for repairs, slating that there was great danger of the foremast going over the side, as the rigging had stretched so badly that the lower rigging had to be propped together. The parrel of the fore-topsail yard was gone, moreover, and the heavy spar was only kept In Its place by the lifts and braces. THE CREW OUT-TRICKED. Captain Brown heard what the men had to say and then told them that when he put into any port it would be San Francisco. The crew then refused to do anything more and went into the forecastle. As the ship was very close to the French coast and the wind had veered to the eastward, tho crew were told that it they would go to work the vessel should be taken into Falmouth. Thinking they had gained their point, the men went to work again, the yards wero squared in and the ship was soon flying down the channel with a gale of wind before her. The sailors soon discovered the trick that had been played and again refused to work. They wero then placed on short rations while the mates and apprentices took turn about steering the vessel. The wind held fair, and as the ship was under shoitcanvas there was nothing to fear. Short rations soon brought the forecastle bauds to their senses, especially when every minute wag currying them farther away from the En glish coast, and they soon sent word to the captain that if he would give them a good square meal they would go to work again. Tins was done, and once more the crew cleared up the decks and bent new sails in place of those that had been blown away. The ship experienced another ten days' blow off Cape Born and lost several sails. Her decks were swept time and again by the heavy seas, but after entering the Pacific Ocean nothing but high head winds or calms to port was experienced. TIDINGS FROM ALASKA, Two steamers arrived yesterday from Alaska, the St. Paul, fiom Oonalaska, and the Bertha, from Koiiink. The first named had several passengers, and in her bold 352 packages of furs, 227 bundles of whalebone and 9 parcels of ivory. When she left Oou alaska, 00 July 20th, the following-named vessels were at that port: United States cutter Corwin, steamer Al Xi, the whalers William Lewis, Belvedere, Dora and Kar luk, and the schooners Alliu 1. Aljor, Henry Denis and M. Turner. The Bert!. a came down loaded with sal mon, and has quite a large number of seal skins on board. Before departure from Kodiak it was rumored that two sealing ves sels had been seized, but nothing certain was known, save that one was the schooner Jlol lie Adams. A letter received yesterday from Captain Plummer by Goodall, Perkins & Co., furnished, however, more news of the sealers than has been received for some time, in fact, the first of any moment since the war-ships sailed for the Arctic. The letter is dated July 12th, and states that tie Al Xi arrived at Oonalaska alter a run of ten days' from San Francisco, and that every marine sent up from Mare Island was laid up with sickness. Four days after arrival at Alaska the Al Xi had work on hand, as the cutter Corwin mado her ap pearance with the British s.°aler K. C. Mar vin in tow. Tho latter had been captured and bonded, mid her officers and crew, twenty in number, were sent on board the prison-ship Al Ki. They only remained two days, however, because they were trans ferred to the British war-ship Nympbe. The pirate was dispatched to Victoria with the piize crew in charge. SLIPPED IX UNEXPECTEDLY. The steamship City of Peking slipped into port very unexpectedly yesterday afternoon, and the people at the Mail dock were taken by surprise, because she was not expected until to-day. She brought 3550 tons of cargo, 63 cabin and 7 European steerago passengers, whilo In the Chinese steerage she had 112 Chinese and 5 Japan ese. Out of the seven whites In the steer age four wore the uniform of the United States Navy. They had been sent home from the United Slates steamer Monocacy, which for some time has been stationed o n Hie China station. One of the men is on the sick list and the others were sent home to be paid off as they are considerably over their time. Among the are cargo 8153 mats of rice, 20,713 chests of tea. 1120 packages of silk and 1258 bales of gunnies. fJj SENT BACK TO THE ORIENT. The mail steamer Belgic left for Yoko hama and Hong-Kong at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, tarrying away quite a number of cabin passengers and about 170 Chinese. One of the number was a young girl who had been rescued front the slums of China town and was sent back by the mission. Eight coolies who came over on the steamer, but who failed to find a way ashore, were unwilling passengers when the big steamer slipped out from her berth. Locked up in one of tho rooms In the after part of the ship were also four Japanese, who had stowed away en board the steamer when she called at Yokohama on her recent trip, and were sent back as a warning to future stow aways. While hoisting timber from the wrecking steamer Whltelaw, yesterday afternoon, Captain J. 11. Mack's right hand was caught in a pulley-chain and badly injured. At the Receiving Hospital four finger-tips were amputated. FROM PANAMA AND WAY PORTS. nardly had the City of Peking reached her berth than the mall steamer City of Sydney, from Panama and way ports, was seen com ing up the harbor. She brought niuety-throe white and nine Chinese passenger-:, nearly 840,000 In coin and bullion, besides a large amount of coffee and several hundred sacks of silver ore. A gang of men was put to work yesterday repairing the roadway on Spear street, near the Oregon dock. The repairs will be very much appreciated, inasmuch as several ac cidents have happened there, and tho street was very dangerous alike to pedestrians and teams. . - The weather yesterday was thick outside the Heads, with a sixteen-knot breeze from the southwest. . The barometer stood 29,90. ABRIVALS AKI) DEPARTURES. The following -named vessels came In from sea yesterday i Steamers Humboldt from Eureka, Point Arena from Mendocino, Truckee from Tillamook, Haytian Repub lic from Port Townsend, Pomona from San Diego and the ship Ivy from Natiaimo with a enrgo of 1927 tons of coal for John Rosen feld's Sons. .- • - 1 .■ The following vessels left this port yester day: Areata for Coos Bay, Del Norte for Crescent City, Santa Cruz for Tort Harford, State of California for Astoria and the schooners I'ur&eisoure and Newark for coast parts. '.;". ■.',;* - ' CHARTERS REPORTED. The following charters have been re ported : British ship Galena, 2109 tons, wheat to Cork, United Kingdom. Havre. Antwerp or Dunkirk, £2 ss; chartered by Eppinger & Co. Ship Robert S. Besland to load coal at Nanaiuio for tills port. -MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. The moves yesterday were tho Harry Morse and Valparaiso, which went to Tort Costa, the M. V. Grace -dropped into the stream, the Shenandoah some down from Port Costa loaded, and the A. J. luller shifted to Steuart-street. AT TOE TV'KOXG PORT. The American Schooner Ellen Seized Un der an Obsolete isuir, The twelve-ton schooner Ellen, which ar rived hero Wednesday from Mexico with nine tons of copper ore, consigned to Schact, l.empke & Steiner, en route, to Swansea, Wales, was seized by tho Collector Imme diately, upon the strength of a dispatch from the Treasury Department. The seizure wns made upon the showing that tho schooner had violated Section 3095, Revised Statutes which provides that all vessels of less than thirty tons burden, plying between the United States and foreign countries contiguous to this country, shall have entry at the* port lying nearest the country whence they come. All others are liable to seizure and forfeiture. For Instance, bad the Ellen put in at San Diego she and her cargo would have been secure, but she passed the only port she could rightfully enter to come to San Francisco. The law is said to have been passed in 1790 to fit conditions no longer prevailing and not now understood. The master and consignees hope to secure tint release of the vessel and cargo by show ing that the ore was en route to another foreign country. The vessel is American, the owners tire Americans and the conlisca tion is made by America, because the wrung port had been entered. Harbor Commission. At a meeting of tho Harbor Commission ers yesterday the following bonds were ap proved: That of Darby, Lnydon & Co. for S3SCO for repairing and extending Fisher men's Wharf; Para Mine Paint Company, 51000, for painting piles, and W. D. Walk er, appointed wharfinger. £1000. Frank Walker, a collector, resigned, and A. S. Isaacs was appointed on Commissioner Alexander's motion to fill the vacancy; Hills amounting to SIKI 23 and a pay-roll of 53749 58 was approved. The Harbor Im provement Fund was drawn against for 10, 178 94. KEAL ESTATE TKIXSACTION3. N'nina Impede to (1. 1.. Payne, lot on E. lino or old San Jose road, 65 N. of Army st 65 *90 81 John Ward to Sarah Ward, lot on SE. line of Polsom, 55 NX. of Tenth, NE. '-'6x95 Gift Henry li. Sheldon to Francis 8. Spring. Out si. Land Block 979 ( 100 J. Herman and wife to Louis I*. Malloy.'lot on W. line of Thirty-third aye.. 275 S. of (1 ' st.. S. 50x120 ; 10 Jeremiah J. llalvln to Susl I A. Galvlu, lot on W. line of Webster St., 101:6 N. of Grove. N. 33x82:6 Gift Antolno Borel to Cbloe F. Tlltou, lot on N. lino of Fell St.. 81 :3 W. of I. )tt, W. 25x100 10 Thomas C. Tryon to Susan V. Tryon, lot on w. lino of Miss. oust., 130 8. of Nineteenth, 8. 3Ux9O. ; out William It. Swain and wife to tiaspar Josech, lot on E. cor. of Twenty-firth and Lucky Ms., K. 25x75 1,500 Frank ■lion lo Carrie B. CaUeuder et al., lot on N. line of Pal IBc 5t.,77:6E. of Hyde, K. 20x60:6 Gift John Rue^or to John Kneger Jr.. lot. 154 and 155. spring Valley Homestead Gift John Huegcrto Kiss Halm ct al., undivided % of lot on SW. cor. of Tobln and Mllllkeu sta., BW. 6 02 chains. NW. 28.42 chains, NE. 6.0 1 chains, BEL 25.4 chains; also four other pieces Gift John Kueger to Kmiile Gnaucle, E. 68x100 feet of lot 115, Block 140, Central Park Homestead Association: lots 35, 36, 180, 239 and 210, Spring Valley Homestead Association Trust John Rueger to El.se llanu. lot on southeast corner ol Seventh aye. and M st., E. 42x109; also lots 28,29,60.61. 181. 327 and 238, Spring Valley Homestead Association Gift John Rueger to Edmund Clark ol al.. lots 27, 110.111,190,241,242,80,81 and part or lot 189, Spring Valley Homestead Associa tion Gift H. li. Lathrop to A. C. Tltcomb, lot so. Block 6. Flint Tract Homestead Association 10 J. G. James to Eubia BeniTUzacl. lot 6. Block 537, Bay View Homestead Association Grant Mark W. Illggiiis (by executors) to G. Hesse etal., lots i6O and 161, Block 8, Academy Tract 880 Mark W. mollis to Frederick Meeuck, lots 155 and 166, Block 8, Academy Tract 1,425 Frederick Meencke to i:-. Resse et al.lot 156, Block 8, Academy 1 ract 10 Viola H. lays to William H. Bailey, lot on N. lino of Eleventh aye., 10J W. of M st., W. 100x109 1,000 Nettle I>'.visiit to viola l:. 1 ays, IS. hall or i.it 60 and all or lot 61, Block 61; lot 71. Block 209, Central Park Homestead Association.. 900 C. P. Pope et al. to Cyrus Walker, lot on w. line of Florence St., 125 N. of Shields, 8. 125x209 10 Mary Conttoleno to F. Plcettl et al., lot on W. line or Plnekney place, 57:6 N. of Broadway, N. 10x37:6 90 Henry Wahinutn and wire to Loring B. "' ;-. N - and wife, lot on N. line of Grove St., 137 w. of ivtavia, W. 57:8x130 10 Hoses Samuel and wife to Joseph Newman, undivided »A ot lot on NF:. line or Market st., 363:8 NE. of .Sanchez. M W. 108:8*4, i:. 82:10%, SE. 14,7:5*4 to a point, 25 it. to lies 15,833 James biggs to Ellen Bl^'g<, lots 1 to 3, Blocs; 9, Syndicate's First Addition Gilt Herman Levy and wife to .1. llcytuan, lots 69, 71,73, 75, 77. I, I It Map 2 10 E. A. McKlliney to A. 'Irueb. lot on >VV. cor. Twenty-fifth ami Hampshire sis., N. 25x98. Gift John J. i'.eiiiy to I>. M. Kirkcaldy, lot on NF:. cor. of Eighteenth and Hattte sts., B. 25x70 10 David M. Kirkcaldy 10 John J. Belli/, lot ou E. line 01 Rattle at., 75 N. of Eighteenth, N. 25x75 10 M. Zimmerman to I. J. Spa, lota 2264 and 2265, Gilt Map 4 6 The Argonaut Publishing Company to Noah J. Franklin, lot on W. lino or Grant aye., 98:6 N. of Posts'., N. 24x43:10V» 40,000 Howard 1.. Hikes to Emma L. Callahan, lot on N. Hue of Hill St.. 155 E. of Nop, E. 25x114. 10 Suuuvslde Land Company to Kate Johnson, Blocks 26 and 27, Buunysldc 83,830 Mark W. Hlgglns (by executor) to William Hall, lots 142. 143, 115, Academy Tract 1,200 ALAMKDA COUNTY. E. C. Sessions to Highland Park and Fruit vale Railroad, part of Block 140. Clinton, on Kline or 'thirteenth aye, 50 N. from East Twenty-second St.; BE. cor. of Mont gomery and Union Its., E. 101:11 V«. to Fourteenth aye, S. to Galon St., N. 260, lv Lynn: strip at NE. cor. Bculah Park prop erty and adjoining Contra Costa Water Comuauy's land; strip 35 feet wide for right or way on s. line of Hopkins st., at NW. cor. of land, Redding: part of lllxley Tract, at SW. cor. of Webster Heights Tract; 66-100 acres on dividing line bet. lands of IJawley and J. V. Webster: tract 011 SE. line or Hopkins St., at SW. cor. laud of grantor; on S. line of Hopkins st., 34 E, Irom Frultvale are., 8. about 108 by E. to Champion St., being In Oakland and Brooklyn Township 5 E. c. sessions to same, land on N. lliie'ot East Fourteenth st., 271:6 E. from Thir teenth are., E. 25 by N. to East Twenty second st., Oakland, quit claim 6 E. C. Sessions to same, privilege to construct single-track railroad along certain streets In tho lie Woir Tract. Brooklyn Township.. £ James Coffin to same, right of way to band railroad along a strip 61 feet wide at 8. line of Prospect Hill Tract ami center of Champion St., and also along School st In De Wolf Tract, Brooklyn Township.... "'6 William (lor.len to Warren It. shining, 6 acres on SW line of Sau Leandro road, ly ing 6 inches SE. from laud of George t'ilb-;/ --llu; also 1 acre adjoining Half-way Mouse ' unsaid line of said road, Brooklyn Town ship '-.'5: Same to same, 403.55 acres In Castro Valley, Eden Township *' 5 Sane to same, 396.50 acres lv Edeu Town ship ami adjoining Cull Tract...; 5 Robert Searte* and wire to Nettie Marett* lots 61 and 62, Searies Tract, Brooklyn Township. In correction 10 John 11. Church to A. a. Moure, lots 1 1 "and 12, Block A, Church Tract. Brooklyn lowu »hlp... . 10 Sarah E. Crane to John 11. A. Alb:'rs. 8 82 acres, part of Tract 9, Bacheider Ranch ■"'-."- Murray Township ; 4 750 Catherine licves to Anna Seymour,' lot's ' Academy Homestead, Oakland. . , . ' Gift Antonio Marcues to Joseph Gulra. lots 2l and 37, Block E, Eastern Extension, l'lcasan ton wn Anurew B.ilrd to Julia c. Baird, his wire, lot" on 8. line of Bancroft way, 380 W. from Audubon st„ W. 90, 8. to Diiranlnve Berkeley *' , Julius E Foes and wife to Elsanor T.V wife of Ell Gardner, lots 5 aud 6, Block 1, Kear ney Tract, Berkeley Grant O. E. Hotchklss and wife to A. K. Sheafs',' 'lot on E. line of San l'abloave., 602.15 N. from * W. line of Adeline St., 8. 60x150, Oakland Township * in Frank le A., wife of N. T. McGecrge, to ' Me* Cauley, N. 60 feet of lot 1, Boulevard Tract Alame la "' , c John W. Richards and wire to Frank *M."\vii son. lot 20, Block 15; also subs 1 and > or lot 21, Block 15: also sub. 3 id lot 22, Block 15, Daley's Scenic Park, Berkeley..., 10 William Martin aud wife etal. to Char 1 "a* Bailey, lots 11 and 12. Block 134, corrected map Raymond Tract, Berkeley -no David H.Bentley to William 11. Mackln'u'on lot 27. Block 551, Elghth-st. Tract, Oakland' 10 John tly Church to lly E. Aldcn. Bloc ;s A 11' and C, except lots 3 to 5 and 23, Block 0 Motile Vista Tract, Brooklyn ' ' «■ 11. 8. Haseltlne etal. to Mrs. Ida ll'.'Lu't'ien lots 60 and 61, Block D. and lot 62. Block E. University Villa Tract, Berkeley ..,,„ 11. S. Haseltlne et al. to l.lllle ami Rose m' ' • Taylor, lots 39 ami 40, Block C, same tract' 1 000 Joseph A. Leonard and wire to E. o. Fischer ' lot 11, Block 15, amended map Bartlett Tract, Alameda ""'""• .« E. E. Batchelder to John Gray, lots '4s "ami 47, Klagsiand Tract. Brooklyn Townshlo 10 John Santlne to Carrie M. Houghton, lot on HE. cor. of Nineteenth aye. and East six teenth St., BW. 33x100. Oakland... in 1). W. Uasklll and wife to Andrew Anderson ' E. 18 feet of lot 7 and W. 16 feet or lot L Block B, Oasklll Tract, Oakland Township '•: in Oscar L. Rogers to 11. 8. Bridge, lot on N. line of Railroad aye. 267 E. from Chlpinan st ' W. 11l acre tract, E. 30x150, Alameda.... '.' 10 Builders' Contracts. O. 11. Holsteln with F. A. Williams, carpenter work, etc., on lot on 8. Hue ot Oak st., 74.5 1? nf Lott. E. 25x110; 84150. »*•.■«. a *" ot K. C. Gardner with N. Parrlsh * Co.. millworfe lotonSW. cor. Barman 4 Union sta. ; 81000 ' James M Goewey with J. J. O'Brien, plastering, lot on N. line of Oak st., 28 W. of Lagiina • a74aß Mutual Life Insurance Company with ' John P Sheldon, fencing, etc., lot on 8. line of California St., 48:31 i Fi ot Sansonje; »800. s-»"tornia Miitnil Life Insurance Company with Jam., E Whlttler, removal of old building, same the con tractor to pay 8760 for old materials, etc. • "".,. ■ D. Samuels with C. E. Dunshec, to build on lot on 8. line or Bush St., bet. Gough aid Octavla • a iii« . John Barry with. T. 3. U.mlßon. alUraUot. "be! glnulng 114:6 from NE. cor. Church and seven , teenth sts„ »2140; bonds 8610. E. 1). Swift, " APPEALING JAPANESE. Prospects •of Delay — Rev. Dr. Hatch's Übiquity. A stay of proceedings for five days was granted yesterday by the United States Circuit Court in the cases of the four Jap anese women in order that Attorney Mowry might appeal to the Superintendent of Im migration, Washington, D. C. Inspector of Immigration, Rev. Dr. Junius Laertus Hatch, bad taken them under his fatherly care— of them being allegedly his con verts—to put them on the Belglc for trans poitntion to the Flowery Kingdom. The Belgic left yesterday afternoon, but the Japanese didn't, and wont until the Su perintendent of Immigration lias passed upon the virtues of their cases. Even then the cases may be appealed to the Treasury Department if the Superintendent's decision be averse to their landing, and if that is not enough to take them out of the Inspector's rare the appeal may be repeated to the United States Supreme Courton the grounds of the unconstitutionality of the anti-Chi nese-Jat.auese law. By this process At torney Mowry will have three more appeals. Considerable dissatisfaction has been ex pressed on the subject of the Reverend In spector's übiquity. He has no office, though be is supposed to be easy of access. No one seems to know at the Custom-house where he may be fonud. Before being appointed he had an office in the Chinese Bureau, but that place knows him no more. He had not been seen before last evening for about two weeks— nit since the United States Circuit Court upheld "Commissioner" Thornley's decision relative to the Japanese women. Dr. Hatch indorsed this decision on his entry upon the duties of his office, and it has proved the only important case ho lias had. He got it by inheritance. HOTEL ARRIVALS. PALACE HOTEL. J Hunter, Cal ' S I. Orr, Evansvllle E X Chase. Martinez W :..i ... , ». wA s, Cal Dr T o Re-file, v. ac.Mo J W Ferris &w, Texas Mrs A G Chase, Martinez I Miss M Ferris, Ohio W 11 Chess. Sonoma It A Ferris, Texas w J Cabin, New York c Cadwalder, Red Bluff Q M cabin. New York M Ilium A w, Cal li M Davie-Kentucky I Wlustaley 4 w. Cal W (i Goodwill. Saiiltatacl Mrs H S Pratt A d. N V ' J F'alkstune, Cal .Mrs B Briggs. Rochester W II Coleman, Cal s Anderson, Cincinnati M Steffi n, Portland S A Keudricks, Ohio E w Knight, Wi.sh. DC F s Carr. Maryavllle N Raymond. New Mexico J A Macfarlaud, England E C Wade, Chicago 1.1 II Ridley, England E T I'erloiat, Chicago J Scbulte, New York Col 11 c Coullii, lls.V E Waikden, Ogaen Mr, I .iriiu a- a, Los Ang I) Irwin, w A c. Honolulu £ Pozaannskl, w a 2 eh, B Holladay, Honolulu Cboppen Kalis Mrs C A Spreckels, Pa II Marshall, Fa . D Martin A w. Fa J F Pussier, Ohio w J Konev A w, Fa C R Gam. New York J Fulton «s, L Angeles W A Burt, Wisconsin li Down a, San Diego S Bayard A w.Evansville E Hagley. Sin Diego Man J Sh.mkllii.Evansvle Mrs M Eisklne, St Louis Miss Orr, Evansvllle Miss L Elsklne, St Louis J Orr, Evansvllle F T Hieius, San Diego T Kreale.San Diego J Bagot A w , S Australia M J turner, Los Angeles W 11 Bagot, S Australia Mrs J Auit, Los Angeles I ltlackewell A w, China J Haley, Las Angeles A Shlller. China W A Burt, Los Augeles 11 Doyle, San Mateo W E Elich, USA 11 A Little. Philadelphia C Hadrell, USA CO Bead, Chicago J C More. K.iielieTg Mrs II W Jam-.-, l'lloliles 11 11 Mtldd, St Louis Miss Ldames.PasoKobles J Mini. l, St Louis E .lames. Paso Rubles Miss Mudil. St Louis II E Bailey, Chicago R Mudd, st Louts w II Downing, Nicaragua E S Albright, St Louis W M Chambers.Guatemia G W Durbols, Saltan FMatken, Guatemala Mrs II II Heeler, N V CSlherlo. Salvador IS G Lewis. Oakland Major I'artlett A w. N V L F.ushiey. England F L Barrengny, Mexico wll Busbley, England C M Cunseco, Mexico 11 F Carter, England T Rullman A- «r, N V M A King. England W M SengerJr, Sacto II I. Smith, England Mrs M J Flavin A a, Cal s Chrystal, Scotland Mrs V It Hill. California It llara Aw, Yokohama Miss I'axton. California Mrs Nasal, Yokohama Miss McClellan, Cal T Aokl. Yokohama X Morikwa, Yokohama. X Nabamunua, Yokobmai GRAND HOTEL. II Abir, Colusa ill G Johnson, Redding I. H Bcrkwllh. New York I A M Hawthorne. Los Ang C H Gibbons. College Cy W Ludolpb, Sausallto 1. A Gibbons, CoilegeClty Mrs L T Kinsev, Eureka p Gibbons, College City Mrs WII Itoscoe. Eureka M Gibbons. College City Miss B L Leach. Fiureka Mrs V BrodsUaw, College C Warren. Eureka Miss M Brodsbaw, Col Cy X T Mason. Chicago Mrs J M Dixon A d.ColCy Miss M E Mason. Chicago E N Mills, Bakersneld Miss M Seymour, Chicago D C Ferris. New York C I) Klpp, Centralis M Berlin. Fieasanton w A i.ett Jr. Sacto B Cool. Blue Island, 111 Miss W W Sweeney. Fort- May Wilson, Stockton land I! C Petray, Santa Rosa Miss G Sweeney. Portland W it Merrill, Willows Miss X Cason, Portland T 11 Hopper. Lake Co T Mootrey Jr. Idaho Miss A Carlisle, Mluu A G Rbodas 4 w, Denver l-F Perk, Fresno J G McJnnkltt, llanford J M Chase. Vallejo S Goodlrlend, A M Pal- M G Gill. Red Bluff i uier Company w D Fink, Cloverdale B F Daggett, Black Hear F" Owens, San .lose I NY Watson. Northiield 'I' Lord. San Jose A Gallup A- fy, Denver W S Fraser. San Jose Miss boring. Denver a.l Geretushause A wf, L F Messing A wf, Cal Woodland c J Hack A wf. Freeport Mrs M Elliott. Orovlllc W Wordel, Coronado Miss M Elliott. OroVlilO V A Gregory, Sacto J II Miller, Latrobe II B Franklin, Cambria II I! Keith, Seattle \Y E Fallot, U S .N II l. Kenny. Prescott . Dr I. Fl Cross. Stockton J Hunter, Vallejo II Levlnsky, Stockton J I llemmlligway A wf, II C Hansel, Stockton Los Angeles C N Andrews, Riverside J Wclthini'T, Mt View C i-1 Byrnes. Santa Cms Miss S M Klpp, ( entrails T II Matiucl, Stockton Miss II M James, I 081 .li i' Inns, Fresno A llellbron, Sacramento L coates .v cv. Nspa J Thompson, Stockton jFSEdlnger, Guatemala J Clark, Woodland J Ashwortb, England A Thompson, Stockton D s Holladay, Mexico E M Mana.se aw, Napa A X Alexander. Hamilton i 1. .' ;:! on. croville . P Esbeob, Portland Miss 1. stllson. Chico .1 W Bargman, Stockton C U Reed, s 1. ,' -..:■ i \v L Qreon. Coins a J P Sullivan, New York II H Gran, Sacramento i! Pillman A wr. Ullroy J Bethel A wf, Bacto E Price, San Luis Obispo W H. Merrill. Willows AMERICAN EXCHANGE HOTEL. W D Parson. Tularo D G Butler, Scotland -Mrs C A Falks. Tulare G F' Fro tor, Sanger G dc Battler, Solano Vf Whaldons, Sanger J Sutton, Chlco J G crush. Calaveras 11 J Fheian, Toronto C II Hofdeii, Oakland W J Costelln Jr. La II Johnston. San Pablo C F Bio Iget, San Diego .1 Fitzgerald, Alvlso R C Taylor. San Jose II Williams, Alvlso C I. Kidder, San Jose L McKenney, Idaho G Dunbar. Blooinington G Reiubardt. Leadvllle J L Mililgnu. Stockton J Morse. I.osdvillo W B Aidrirb, Oakland Mrs Ask A- c, Navarro 1. MeKelaey, Baksrafleld Miss J Peterson, Navarro f; E Clark, Fresno F Tual, Eureka J M Turner, Virginia J D Chester, Eureka W II Ciamer. Los Angeles,,! H Rrcvn. I'oitlind w it Pbelan, Los Angeles T Casklll, Chattanooga F staples, Los Angeles J cauneli, Chattanooga J D Johnston, Bacio J II White A w, Cal F Uarber, Washington F Grllfen, San Jose J M Had A», Oiegou IP Hoover, King City « It Berry, Eureka », " M Corby. Missouri w Baxter, Eureka ** T Kewerdine, Illinois Mrs Lavender a c, EnrkaiC s Wilson, Illinois G II scott, California I A J de Lanes', llanford li Murphy, Fort Bragg] L II; Aw, Tulare F..1 Neal A 1. Miss is I.arcmore, Lemoora Bl' Allen. Los Angeles P. Hays. Lemooro II A Brown. Mlldletoii IL G Gates, Eureka J Ensley, Scuttle D L Davenport A w, Po- W R Anderson, Tacoma mona G Berger, Tacoma J Poole, rontons w L Philips, Seattle Miss Hemming. Napa Emella Nurd, Seattle Mrs Norlan A I, Napa Amanda Nord, Seattle ,1 Collins Ar. Kansas Einelia Larson. Scaltlo T Comfort. Kansas N Larson, Seattle X Smith, Fairhaven C Paulson, Seattle W King, Fairhaven F Clark, New Yoik li A McDonald, Seattle L A llascoll, Seattle RCSS HOUSE. T J Brooke. Santa Rosa A B Kendall. Manchester I) Llpne, Kansas city w Graves A w, Eureka W A liriuey, Salinas W A GHmore, Eureka Mrs G Songster. Denver Miss L Cullcii, Humboldt Mrs Kennedy, Denver II M Howard, Portland c J Hack a w, Freeport w N Carter, California w A Mattheson. I'kiah L Blumenthal, Portland Miss X Walsh, l oiiibslne Mrs J Gtreiiia, Vienna It T Earle, Stockton Miss a Wright, Corvallla J Crowley. Stockton Miss SI Wright, Corvallla G B siiaiieiiberg.Saii Ber- 1 Sacramento B n Club nardino .M Ginsberg, Sacto Mrs W J Beaver * tin, s X Baker aI, Inters San Bernardino N Gold, winters * Mia Perry, Martinez Miss siurgili, Los Ang S M Jones. Visalla E Itcilly, Ventura W c Saminons, Eureka ,1 Sullivan. Merced Mrs Miller, Woodland 11 B Jewett A w, Brent- B Burtons. Woodland wood J McCoy, Oakland N P.lhby A- w, Los Banos I'll")', Lincoln W W Wright. Los Bauos S C Fisher. Byron G Coughrau. Santa ema -11 Fisher. Steins Pass J Atwell, Santa Cruz s a James. California T M Price. Red Bluff C J Edgar, Vallejo Mrs T J Price, Red Bluff R J Jackson, I lvcrinore 'Mrs L lilbler. Red Blutl R F Stephenson, Sacto J Jones A f. Seattle Mrs c II Davis, Port M Parker, Alaska - Tuwnsend ■ IPS Gibson, Los Angeles C A Davis, Ft Townsend FC llmihou, Los Angeles A 11 Crane. Ft Towiiseiid.S Edgctt, Santa Rosa J II Brown. Pomona 111 II Held, Yokohama T.I Clapp, Santa Cruz I Mrs A smith, Stockton X A House, Lis AngcleslG Henry A w, Santa Cruz E X Horrls. Los AngcleslMlßS M Smith. Vlsaiia X W Johnston, F:ik Grove.C Richards, Dixon COMMERCIAL HOTEL. - CCStran.lberg. California H 11 llutcbklns, Sacto I) O'Connor, Cal . T Tomaslnl. Fetal uma J J Scntitaii, Cal 0 Scaroul, Cayucos T Mot A w, Cal I Sartor), San Rafael II M dil Rose, Cal A Tomaßlnl. Guadalupe M Lund Aw. Redwood M /.anettl, S L Obispo T B Brew. Crockett A Toguazzlnl, s I. Obispo C Forrest, Sausallto X G Toguazzlnl, San Jose 8 Bishop, Pleasant Grove I* Toguazzlnl. Cayucos D w Hoiiowny, Salinas J C neurit!, sta Maria C Scaroul. S L Obispo A Liupressa, Cambria A Codiz'i. Sta Barbara B cenardlul, Cambria G Auibrogia, sta Barbara It Cambria - J W ShaiiklliiArui. Fresno M Hurieb, t.'ourtlaiid O L Sea^linldt, Sin Jose J Felipplnl. Sta Cruz G R Starr, Los Gatos 'C A Lord. SLi Cruz E Bragheill, , ii.tloiisl.ndg]M I.etlei Eureka J II Ryan, Fresno 11' Manlghettl. Ft Reyes T KcGall. Duttous Lndg, lt Relegrettl. Concordia J F Woods, Sacramento F Vlelmas, Merced 8 Doratl, cayucos C E Guuti, Merced J Bassi, Cayucos jfSiS^S | suieiiswiijjam|4juj4o . LICK HOUSE. H J Ross, Fresno iAK Whltton, San Jose 11 M Hall, Sausallto It D Walsh. Redwood Cty W O Watson, Santa Clara F Bunliolzer, Sacramento W G Holmes. Sauta Clara Miss Moore. New York II D Foot. Og.len C Goldsiimldt, Mazatlan Miss L Putes, Eureka . U Buruster, Mazatlan Mrs A M Hoggs. Cal Dr Kiielin * w, N V . Mis M M Stewart, Cal . J J Hoggs, Japan E o Miller, Vlsaiia J E Jewell, Pet iliuna M McMahon A 3 eh, Nov 1) Purdy, Seattle O E Locke. Chicago J Halm, Sacramento C II Syinmes, l.lvermorc A McMillan, Maine E E Morris. Chicago ■■. Mrs Martin, dtr A: 2 eh, W 0 Dana, Monterey Maine p Wright, Addison IE F Duusiiiulr, w A fain. Mrs C G Noble Af. Cal I Beuicia J II Schroder, Redwood | . BROOKLYN HOTEL. J N Williams. Coos Bay A Hobbs, Fresno J Owens, Chicago OP Byrd A I, Visalla J Bliss, Red Bluff - IMlssßWDoyleA'.'c Fresno J Collins, Salinas • ' F W Conrad. Santa Barb F Howard, New York IT Van Fett, Oregon ■ . ■ ■ J Henderson, New York iW M Landen, San Joso S Bromley; Benlcla . (F S Chapln, Eureka P Jeffreys, Boston I J P Berger, Washington ' ' G D Porter, San Diego iw Taylor, Pennsylvania J S Warren. San JoaqulniMlssTaylnr. Pennsylvania J J Jensen, Arizona A Carter, California J E Cook, Ogden J F Murray, San Rafael J Bain, Callstoga S S Pratt, Oakland , W S Cranz, Santa Clara Making; Himself at Home, A countryman from a considerable dis tance back entered an Atlanta restaurant and proceeded to make himself at home by banging bis coat on the electric motor that whirled the fun«. This stopped the motor and. threw off the belt. The countryman had washed his face at the water-cooler, and was preparing to wipe it pn' the dangling belt ' when the proprietor came along and took him in charge. DEATH ON THE TRAPEZE. Tlio Tragic Fate of Thomas Hanlon Twenty-flvo Years Aero. The tragic fate of William Hanlon, the acrobat with Forepaugh'n Circus, recalls the similar sad fate of another Hanlon in in this city about 1863. The Hanlons were performing at . Pike's Opera House, the beautiful and fashionable temple of amuse ment which was destroyed by fire on March 22, 1886. V --'~- L Thomas Hanlon, a most daring acrobat, while engaged in his act fell from the tra peze to the stage, a distance of about thirty feet. He fell on his head, and was picked up insensible. He did not die, for a worse fate was iv store for him. He went insane, and was confined in an asylum. One morn ing he was found dying. The unhappy man had battered out his brains by jumping up and down on the floor with his head down. Thomas Hanlon was a brother of the fa mous Ilunlons. who are the proprietors of spectacular performances. The name of this trio was not Hanlon, but they were ap prentices to an English athlete of that name, and they assumed his name when they went on the stage. : The Haulons with Fore paugh's Circus are in no way related to the other Haulou brothers, and they are also performing under an assumed name. They are much younger men than the original Hanlon brothers. One of them, in fact the same one who w?s killed in the ac cident, was badly Injured not many months ago. Their act was a most daring one, but lost much of its thrilling character from the fact that a net was always used over the ring.— Cincinnati Enquirer. * COMMERCIAL RECORD. Thliu,dav Evening, July 30. ' KT-UVIAi: V OF TUB MARKETS'. Wheat firm. Barley lower. Oats, Corn and Rye unchanged. Bran and Middlings lower. Hay In enormous receipt. Potatoes still In large supply. Onions ditto. Butter declining. Cheese steady. Eggs quiet. Apricots and Bartlett Pears lower. Limes cheaper. BffSSS Eastern Poultry sold well. Dried Fruit dull. Grain Bags unchanged. i c English Wheat Market. Liverpool, July 30.—The spot market I. firm at 8s 3d. Cargoes are higher at 42s for off coast, -i.a 3d lor just shipped and 42s for nearly duo. ' .-■ *- - J FUTURES. '-■.;'. The Produce Exchange cable gives the following Liverpool quotations: July. 8s 4d: August. Ss4d; September. Bi4i/-d: October. 8s 4Vid; No vember, 8s 4Vfcd: December, 8s 4Va<L kKCI'F.ITI KS. Los-DOM, July 30.—Consols. 05%: United States Bonds — 4°.. 119*4: do. 4i/s'«. 102%: Silver. 43 15-160; Rentes. 95£ l'-IVzC Bullion Into Bank of Euglaud, £20,000. Xevr York Markets. New York. July 30.—The stock market to-day was more active but weak. Foreigners were liberal sellers of Union Pacific, making that stock the feat ure of the day. Alter a weak opening, Chicago Gas and L'ulon Pacific led the downward movement, and were joined later by St. Paul and Burlington. Tho market closed fairly active and weak, at or near the lowest price of th! day, final changes be ing all losses. Union Pacific declined 2 per cent, 0. C. C. and St. Louis 1%, Sugar lsa. Lake Shore P. 2, Chicago Gas lVs, and Rock Island and Bur lington each 1 per cent. Governments steady. Petroleum closed at 80c. Nf.w link. .inly SO—United States Bonds— l's. 118: 4Va's 100%: Noitheru Pacific. 20?-: Cana dian Pacific, 80Vs: Central Pacific, 30: Union Paci fic. *lVi: Atchison and Santa F'e, 81%: Wells- Fargo. 138: Western Union, 7'Ji.i; silver, 100 V&; Sterling, C 4 85^4 87. New York. July SO. — Wheat — July. 99c: Flour—Stoady. Coffee — $17 15. sugar —2% (3 3>/bc. Hops — Pacific Coast. 18 420 c. Hides— lSVfce. Copper— Lakt. *12 30. Tin—spot. $20 20. Lead—Domestic, 24 35. Iron—sl4. Petroleum— 00 c HOPS. There are some sales of hops to brewers at 18c to 20c. but 18c Is about the limit, even for the finest goods. Business still drags. Cablegrams report less favorable weather lor growing crops, and the foreign markets are dull and weak. Tbu first bale of new crop hops grown In California has been re ceived. The quality Is very fine. It was sold for 75 cents per pound. OROCERIK3. Coffee— ls Irregular, prices showing a decline and afterward a partial reaction. Angus:. 810 45: September, »15 40; October. $14 30: No vember, Sis 00; December, $13 33: January, $13 15; February. $13 15; March, $13 20. Sales, 16,000 bags. Rio firm. sugar—Raw. steady at B%c for centrifugal 96°; 2",sc for fair refining: 2^ac lor molasses sugar; refined dull:cut loar, 6'/mC; crushed. 51 «c: pow dered. 4":0c: granulated, 4a/B@4i£c: cubes, 4a/gc; mold A, 4b*c; confectioners' A, 4 ] ±c; No. 11, 3.31 c; No. 12, '6\<3<:. Oiiciijro Market*. CBrcaeo, July 30.— Wheat was steadier and quiet. Tho opening was strong from »ie to 1c higher, advanced i..,c more, then with light fluc tuations declined lc, then advanced lc, closing from lc to l>ac higher than yesterday. Receipts, 53'J.000 bushels; shipments. 134,000 bushels. Rye firm at 72c for new. Barley steady at 70c. lux and. July 30.—Wheat—Cash. 89i..e. Corn — 61*40. Fork — $11 371,1;. Lard—so 05. Ribs— $8 00. Whlsky-$1 17. California Fruit Sales. CniCAOo, July 30. — The Earl Fruit Company realized the following prices for California Fruits, sold at auction to-day: Bartletts, $11513160: Germans, Ssc<a>sl 35; Purple Duanes, 80 c@sl 18 Colombia*, #b«l 15: Nectarines, SI 50;" Early Crawfords, 75cia$l 25; Washington Plums. 80c: Strawberries. 6ln(S7sc for half crates; Foubtain bleaus, 80c@$l 20. -..■ ....' 1 nclnnige and I'.-illio.i. Sterling Exchange, 00 days — 4,Vsy± Sterling Exchange, sight — « ss New York Exchange, sight — 15 New York Exchange, telegraphic... — 20 Pine sliver, ft ounce , — 100 Mexican Dodars — 79 Treasure Shipment.. The Belgic took out a treasure list cf $199,834, Including $191,783 in Mexican Dollars, $6260 In Gold Colu, and $900 Iv Gold Dust. Shipping: Notes. Steamers to sail to-day are the Willamette Valley for Y'aquina Bay, the Eureka for San Pedro, and the Gipsy for the Salinas River. The City of Sydney falls due from Panama, the Walla Walla from Victoria aud Fuget Sound, and the Emily from Coos Bay. Theßrlllsß iron ship Galena, 2179 tons, Is char tered for Wneat to United Kingdom, Havre, Ant werp or Dunkirk. 455. The ship Robert S. Besland loads Coal at Nanalino for this port. Produce Market. FLOUR-Net cash prices are: Family extras, $1 8041$; Bakers' extras, $4 90.35: city super fine. $3 50(93 75; Interior brands. $4 75talJ for ex tras. $3 .',l :.; 75 ts bbi for superfine. WHEAT— The market ruled firm yesterday and public cables from England showed a further ad vance there. No. 1, $1 65@1 671/3 ¥ ctl; lower grades, $1 60IS1 62% ¥ ctl; choice. "si 88*4; extra choice, lor milling, $1 opiui 1 02% ft ell. CALL BM.KS—SKIItSIN-l. Trices were stronger. Buyer '91, after August Ist -200, $1 03; 800, $1 6J>B: 100. $1 633/ a: 300. $1 63Vi. Seller '91-300. $1 SOVi; 500, $1 503.;,; 200, *1 60', 3. CAXX, SALES—AFTERNOOX. Trices continued firm. Buyer '01, after August lst-500, $103%; 100. $1 631,: 200, $1 631* -200. $1 Oltrrj. Seller '91 — 100. $1 68%- 500 $1 86. j. Buyer season—loo, $1 07- 1 *: 800. $1 07 <4. BARLEY— The sample market was loner yester day In sympathy with Wednesday's break In op tions. New Feed. $1 15(d>l 17c.; now Brewing $1 20; old Brewing. $1 toil 72' i.. . * CALL SALES—MORNIN-O. Seller '91 - 1700, $1 10. Buyer* season—300. $1 21; 100, $1 211.4. CALL SALES—AFTKRNOOX. Prices were lower. Seller '91—400, $1 09"i: 200. $1 00*4* Buyer '91, after August Ist—2oo, $1 17; 100, $1 17' /8; 100, $1 17',a. Buyer season-20U, $1 20. OATS—Quiet. No further change. New bring $1 35fthl 62Vi »nd old $1 60®l 57'/.. 9 ctl. - CORN—SIow and weak with ample offerings. Large Yellow. $1 80: Small Round do, $1 S2i„'(s 1 85: White, $2(S>2 10 ? Ctl. RYE—New Is unchanged at $1 35 and old at $1 37-:. 1 ctl. BRAN-Lower at $19 50(320 ■$ ton. -.',..' MIDDLINGS—Lower at $21 80033 50 ft too. CHOPPED FEED—Quoted st $25W26 V ton. AY -Receipts yesterday wero P9l tons. If the dally arrivals keep ou as they have for the pat ten days a smash In prices will result. The feeling Is very weak. Dealers quote $12@14 60 ft ton for Wheat. for Oat. $12@14 for Wheat and Oat, $11 6U(313 50 for Wild Oat: $10 siKi»l3 for Harlev, f 11di.12 for All alta and »12 Ainu, 13i! ton for Clover. - STRAW— Quoted at 50i*65c * bale. MILLSTUFFB— Ground Barley quoted at $28 @27 "t ton. The mills sell Oilcake Meal at $30 $ ton net; Rye Flour. 2s /4 c %i'tb; Rye Meal, 2'ic; Graham Flour, 3i,.,c; Oatmeal. 4i^c: Oat Groats, 4:,,.ic: Cracked Wheat. 3U.c; Buckwheat Flour, 3ac; Pearl Barley. 4@4'Ac ft ft. SEEDS— Yellow Mustard Is quotable at $'.'@2 50 f, ctl: Brown Mustard. $2 750,1; Flax. *3 60«aJ 76; Canary, 2'!,»(S»3', ac : Alfalfa. 6y»@7c: Rape, 203 '.-c; Hemp. firstname.lastname@example.org; Timothy. 4Vvosc «I lb. DRIED PEAS—lies are quotable at $1 50(31 OS: Green, $202 50: Eastern Green. $3: Blackeyc. $1 25 0150 tj»cti; Split Peas, 4 'i'aa'iC m H. BUCKWHEAT— Nominal at .* 1 Z5Ol 60 ¥ ctl. CORNMEAL. ETC.— Table Meal. a.'d)|i,vc ?1 lb: Feed Corn, *3:'r«io; Crackod Corn. $10011 ri ton; Hominy, 5c ft lb. - BF.ANS-Bayos. $3 2003 35 TP ctl: Pea. $303 25: Small White, $2 OOi^ll 10: Pink. $2 4002 80: Reds, $2 75132 85: Llmas.s3o3 10: Butters. $2 7503 V, ctl. POTATOES—No improvement noticeable, sweets, 2i.a'(i,2' + c '■&■ lb on the wbarr: Burhank Seed lings'. 40i390c: Garnet Chiles, 00060 c: Early Rose, 25040 cln sacks and 80065 eft ctl In boxes; Peer less, 40060 c. -^ - ONlONS— Receipts are heavy and the market is weak at 601366 c 1? ctl. BUTTf;r—Dealers now see that by running prices up too rapidly they opened tbe door for Eastern creamery, which Is very. choice and Is being purchased lv large quantities by the retailers to the neglect of California Butter. . The market is accord ingly depressed, with a pronounced downward ten dency. Fancy roll. 28(329c V In-with sales at SOc: good to choice, 241327 c: common to fair, 17c0 22-.c; store Butter. 11015 c: pickled roll, 23024 c; Eastern, 1.'V:.017' tor ladle-packed and 200 22' c $lb for creamery. * ■•> CHEESE— to choice mild new. !0i!.@ll'sc; fair. 10c; Young Americas, lOMIP-.c: cased Cheese, He additional: Eastern. 12'/>olOc rl lb. ' POULTRY—Tho car of Eastern went off briskly at the following good prices: Turkeys, 171318 c; Ducks, $4 2501 64; Geese, $1; Hens. $7 7508: old Roosters. $7 2507 60: Broilers, $4 7505 50. Cali fornia stock was ', In - light receipt and firm as follows: Live Turkey*, 18@20c %* lb for Gob blers, 15017 c*■ lb for Hens: Geese, ¥ pair, $1 23 131 78; Ducks, $1 6006 50; Hens, $807 60 ft doz; MISCELLANEOUS. ' _. : . ,;-_,. J^ 4^S Short and sweet *-^«m —your hours of labor when you use Pearline. r /*'' \ Without Pearline, you may work hard and do ( \ 1 much; with Pearline you will work less and t Short and sweet your hours of labor when you use Pearline. Vithout Pearline, you may work hard and do much ; with Pearline yoji iv ill work less and o more. mVi.^/' >^ Pearline saves your clothes in the wash, /\\. Jt. and our temper in the washing. It is the? 1 \^ JHI continual rub, rub, rubbing, over a wash-. Vy. /} board in the old way with soap, that wears . \l I J your clothes and makes hard work. >v 4 & Pearline is the new way, and does (1 Wz& away with the rubbing. Itisassafeas j fir it is sure ;be sure to get Pearline — yev c^ Magg flft i^ nothing else, and you will be safe. B Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you "this tf\\ ~XT*~t\ I^*/~\ is as good as" or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE — K2j V V Chi. C' Pearline is never peddled, and if your grocer sends you some thing in place of Pearline, do the honest thing— it tack. 2<2 JAMES PYLE. New York. Roosters, young, $&@7 s'>: do old. ?6@7: Fryers. $4 nil. 'g*s 50; Broilers. S3 s'-.' 'i >50 for large aud *_' i -3 "$> duz for small. GAME— Hare, $1 75; Rabbits, $1 60; Doves, -ft ft dozen. EoGS— Fine Eggs are very firm, but the market Is quiet. California. 15t^25c fur common to choice store and °,S(o)30c fur ranch, with sales at an ad vance; Eastern, 34@25c for fancy :20<td21c 9 doz for good to choice and 18^13c for common. . HONEY— New extracted. SV^rStic ft lb for amber and f>t,4fa.tjt..,c, f* lb for bright New comb Is quoted uilSfa*\sctf n, for white in Mb frames. BEESWAX— Quoted at 23(5)270 i* 10. FRESH FRUiT— Peaches continue abundant. Ap ricots and Partlett Pears are tower and freely offered. White Nectarines are plentiful and quiet. Huckleberries are offering at 10®12c ■$ tb; Black Currants Gsc V drawer: White Nectarines, li.i^li '..c V. lb in bulk to the cauners aud 25@5vc ft box; Red Nectarines, 50@75c f- box: Grapes. 60.^i75c for Sweetwater. "H-ai 25 for Muscat and * 1 for BlacK; Cantaloupes. 75ci^l$l 50 case: Watermelons. ?li@ 20 9 100; Black Pigs. DOa6sc tor small. 7»e@f 1 for large boxes and 50c for White; Plums. l@2eV lb; Blackberries. &I@s '$ cheat: Peaches, isfij lUc V bx: Crawford,. 2,Vasoe ft box and 20@15'0 %* basket and l Wgiiajc t* Ib^to the cauners: Apricots. 25@50c ft box CO tne trade and lwl'jjc 'o lb to the cauners: Raspberries, $0,a.0 V chest: Apples. 75c@$l 50 box; Crabapptes. 6l*i^7sc "#* bx: common Pears. 50c @fl W box: Bartietts, 75c;o>*l 35? box; strawber ries, to-iia >* chr-st for Sharpless. CITRUS FRUITS — Limes are selling lower. Tahiti Oranges are quotable at "?:::'«;•( 50: Cull fornia Oranges, $1 50@3 50 'c l box; Sicily Lemons. $9: California Lemon?. .i*l.£iso for choice and S3 fit>H 50 for common: Mexican Limes. $10 V hot; Banana,. ».'fa,2 50 (4 bunch: Pineapples. S I@s 13 doz. DKIED FRCl !'— Continues dull. We quote new fruit as follows: Sondrled Peaches. 6@7c; bleached Apricots, 7faoc: Apples. 10@llc Tor evaporated, 0@ 8c for sliced and 4tisßc lor quartered; Grapes.future delivery, 3c \- lb. old fruit Is is nominal. RAISIN'S— Jobbing prices are as follows: Layers, fancy, $1 SSlffll 40 Q box; cholco, *1 25® 1 30: fair to good, ijlir.'ii. wiib the usual advance for frac tional boxes; loose Muscatels, Ofrgi'JOe %* box. NUTS— Nuts are notable at i'Jillc ft 1 -; Walnuts, 7^^9e >* It.; do pa**ershell do. O'^lOc: softshcli Almonds. l.">i - : i5.1 61/j, c > lb: hardshell do, : papershell, 16i,|,^17VjC; Chile Walnuts, Sifi3j; Peanuts, 4foisc ? lb tor domestic; Hickory Nuts. 7@Bc; Pecan-*, 12 »/.@ 14 for sin ill and 15®17c for large; Filberts. HHAaillVaC; Brazil Nuts, 7'/ 2 ®-lc spot: Cucoanuts, 45'^u >* 100. VEGETABLES— Ihe Vacaville train camo In late yesterday aud Vegetables from that district suffered lv consequence. Marrow Tut Squash, 15 V ton; Ezg Plant. Jliffll 35 ? box: Green Okra. 75cffl$l: Green Peppers. 35(365c for Chile and $i(s!i 35 for Bell: Green Corn. lS@2sc ? doz for Bay; Summer Squash, 10@25c?bxforl!ay; Cucumbers. lO^SSc box fur Bay and vi 'a)lc V. lb for Pickles: Tomatoes, 15fi&:f5e V box for Vacavllle and si"'d»7sc for Rivers; Dry Pepper". 10bJ20c "** lb; Cabbage. 40(^50c^ctl: Carrots. 50'&75c; Turnips, 50(aj76c; Beets, SI; Pars nips. $1 35: Garlic. 2®:ic "& lb- PROVISIONS— Eastern Covered Breakfast Bacon, 13@13M,c ? lb; California Smoked Bacon. 9»4 fg-iuc ft P. for heavy anil medium, 12' ;>r*l;jc: for light arid 13>£&14c for extra light; Bacon side;, 10@10 1 %* lb; Eastern Sugar-cured Hams for city trade. Kii-.(*l lc: California Hams. salt. 114*1 1 1 ,c %i It.; refrigerator-cured. 13V4@12'^c: Lard, tierces. Eastern, ail kinds. Q&'J^c; eases, lu^iianiaic: Cali fornia, tierces. 9391,40; half-b'ils. i** ....»; this. 10c; palls, 10- rh. Toi/jC: do. 6-tb. 10',lc; kegs, 9<i'^ 10c «* :rj; Mess Beet, 87 50^*:S: extra mess do, $8 50 aril; family do. $11 50a-12; CISOX For*. $19509X0; extra prime, .flSfflis 50; extra Blear, *19 50320: '""Si do. »17@17 50 t* bbl: Pis Pork, ? keg, 93-9325: Pigs' Feet. *13®1J 50 » \i'Mi Smoked Beef. 11%@12c1. lb. Hops— Nominal at , -..fa-25c for good to choice and 211662 1 c .1 lb for common to fair. HIDES AND PELTS— Heavy salted steers quot able at Ti-jc ft lb: medium. Oc; light, se: Cowhide,, sc: Baited Kip, 4.-: salted Calf, 7c: dry Hides, usual selection, 10c V- lb: dry Kins. 9c ? It.; dry Calf, He; prime Goatskins, 30&50 C eacn: Deerskins, go I summer, ST'^c: medium, 30335: thin. 20.3250: Sheepskins, shearlings, 10325 c: short wool 7 4O<~o 70c: medium. 7O®90:: long wool, 90c@*l 10 ft lb. Culls of all kinds about V>c Less. TALLOW— Fair to good rendered, i @sc; re fl!i.'i!,tji'..®B' 4 c: Grease. 3VaC 9 lb. WOOL— Spring clips range a* follows: Choice Northern. 20322c?ir.: Southern, year's staple, 13 @15c ? lb; do seven months, 14315 c: Foothill and Middle Counties, lb:a,2oc: Nevada, 153163 it lb. General Merch:in:!l,3. BAGS— The ship Sardomene I, In from Calcutta with 5,228,000 Bags, besides 1115 bales jute. Ilia importers quote a quiet market. The combination price of Calcuttas Is SVfec; Wool Hags, SS@3Bc. OIL — California Castor Oil, In cases, No. 1, is quotable at : No. 2. cases, SI 10. bbls. 00a (manufacturers' rates) : Eiaterndo, $1 35: California Linseed, bbls. ft gal. boiled, 5- ! -.r; raiv, 1* sal: cases, Si L .c more. Cocoa, 50^60c rt Rail; China Nut, 60c \$ gallon: Eastern Linseed oil, in obis, 50c: do raw, s;^c Vi gallon, cases, -0 more; Lard Oil, bbl,, 7-' i..c: cases, hoc gallon. PETRCLEUJI-Starllght. IPC ft gallon; Downer's. 27' 2 c i* gallon; Astral. 19c; 150' Elaine, 24c: l'earl. 18c: Water White, rettned, bulk, lite: Headlight 175 5 , cases, 23c: Mineral Illuminating, 300 3 25c in cafes; Standard, 110' fire test. 17c »> gallon incases (caps). 17' faucets and ISO la bulk. GASOLINE, PTC.— 63" Benzine, bulk, liii sigai: cases, 19c: 71 1 Gasoline, bulk, 141 ■,<■; cases, 20c; 8tf J Gasoline, bulk, 23c; c::..- 1, 2'c ft cal. WHITE LEAD— ','uotcl at 7'A@SO ft ID. TURPENTINE— Quoted at 51; V gallon. SL'GAK— Western sujar Kenni'i- Company quotes as follow., terms net cash: Cube. CrushrtiL Extra Powdered and Fine Crushed, all vie ft ID: Dry Granulate I, si,ic: Confectioners' A, 6*/ so: Extra C.4VaC; Golden C, 4'.,e'ts 16; Bags, Vie mora than hols. San Francisco Meat Market. Wholesale rates from slaughterer, to dealers are as follows: BEEF— Be; first quality, si c; swsoad quality. 6c: third do. 4/i'r . : VKAL— Large. s^Bc; small Calves. 6301&3. MUTiON-Wethers. H9i>Ae: Ewes, IwAia. SI'KINO LAMB-9S9i..jC * 16. I'OKK— LIT!) Hois. $5" a c 3KI for Jiajrv bard sralnted. and SisVi.oi for ll,'ht average do: stock Hogs, 41, 0.3 if 5 c V a; dresis I do, 7*493 ft ». KEC'EII'I'3 OP PIIODUCK. TIIt'RSDAT. July 30. Floor, or m 24.8'.'6Braa.slts 2,935 do. Oregon, d 0.... 2,Ho|llld.lllngs, am 1,520 Wheat. etU; 9.293!Ur Screenings, si, . 170 Harier. ctls 11.844 Hay. tons. 991 Oats. ctl. l.i iis straw, tons H do. Oregon, d 0... 1,175 Wool, On 183 Corn, sks 11 do, Oregon .do .... 183 Hyp. ctls 345 (julck.uver. tin,... 28 Beans.sits 1 1 Hides, no „ 349 Potaloes.su, 1.591 nine, gals 09,630 Onions, st. 1.178' OCEAN' STEAMEIIS. nntes nf Departure I'rom San FrancNco. ranox. sua loan Pedro 'July 31,8am I Hdw'r -i ametteV Yanuina Hay.... Jiy :!1.1(1am Seaw'H iboldc.. Uumboldt Am 1. 9 am! Clay lon.i San UiPifo AU7 a, Ham : !t-lw'y2 la Walla Vic* Put Sjouud Au? 3, 9am BdiT'y I tmbla.... : l-orlliunl i An* :'..lt)i« . i">" ma Panama Ass 3, lL'ujl'MSH Angeles Humboldt liar.. Au; 5. 9»m Hdw'y I * bay San Pedro And 5, 8»m Bd^'y-J tiauKep l'uc?t Sound Aun 5, I -'••i M.-.' i 1 ton Portland Aug 7,10am spear >ua San PIC20 lAug 7,llAMiBdif'y 2 ?pnrture of Australian steamer dopoad* oa ci» SUN, AND TIDE TABLE. In Pacific Standard Time. Compiled by Thosiai Tessest, Chronometer and Instrument Maker. 18 Market Street. 11. W. Large. H. W. SmalL L, W. Large. Smail. 'if 1... kiigi C.'.'.'. i i : i.. . . PMI '. PM II rw i: I'M I PM' I aii 2.; am; 3.: AM 4. PM; 4.) pm 5.: I'll 6. PM B. AM am; am; AM AM All PW;! 1.. PM I PM . SHU-PING INTELLIGr.NCK. Arrived. •■* . Trtcnsntv, SO. Stmr. Berth*. Anderson, 9 days from Kodlak; salmon, etc. to Karluk l'acklug Co. Btmr st Paul. Erskine. 10 days from Oonalaska, via Unca St.. days; pass and indse, to Alaska Com mercial Co. Stmr city of reklns.Searle. days from Hong kong, via Vrkohaitia 11 Vii days; pass aud mdse, to 1' M s s Co Stmr City of Sydney, Friele, 19 days from Pan ama; pass and mds-. to 1* M S S Co. Stmr Haytian Republic Brown, 78 hours from Port Townscnd : pass and mdse. to Getz Bros A- Co. Stmr Pomona, Hall, 65 hours from San Dlejo: pass and mdse, to tioodall, Perkins * Co. Truckee, Smith, 61 hours from Tillamook; 835 M ft lumber, to Truckee Lumber Co. Stint Point Arena, Hansen, 15 hours from Mendo cino, via Point Arena; pass and mdse, to Mendo cino Lumber Co. Stmr Uunibildt," Gage. 20 bonrs from Eureka; pass and milse, to Searies & Stone. Stmr Gipsy. Jensen. 11 hours from Santa Cruz, etc: produce, to Goodall. Perkins it Co. Ship Ivy, Lowell. 9 days from Nanalmo. via Port Angeles 7 days; 1927 tons coal, to John Roseuteld's Sons. • ■ - . - Mc hark Bundalerr, Williams, 6 days from De parture Bay: 1500 tons coal, to John ltosenfeld's Sous. . Schr Gnssle Klose, Olsen, 2 days from Humboldt; lumber, to Geo I) Gray. Cleared. Thursday, July 30. Stmr Eureka, Smith, Wilmington; UoodaU, Per kins & Co. - - - Br stmr P.eleic, Walker, Yokohama and Hong. Kong: O * S Co. . Br ship -Manx King, Karran, Havre; Win Dres bach. . - . i Br ship Baika'.iiah. Watts. Havre; Etplnger * Co. Ship S D Carleton, Amcibuty, Havre; Geo Mc- Near. Br ship Port Stanley, Lane, Havre; William Dres bacti. - • Schr Anna, Williams, Kahulul; J D Spreckeis & Bros. ■-•.-. ..»_ -. - .... -■-, -. . .--. Schr Gov Ames, Davis, Xaaaluio; Juhu lioaen feld'a Sous. ~-.iv .--.-■«•;- ..-.-•-.— - - . Salle.l. -'".*••».- Turns day, July SO. Br stmr Belglc, Walker, Yokohama and Hong* Kong. Stmr Areata, Langborne, Coos Bay. Stmr Whiresboro, Johnson. Stmr Del Norte. Stockfletb. Crescent City. Stiur Santa Cruz, Tribute. Fort Harford. Stmr l'rotectlou, Levlson, Fort Bragg. Stmr Alcazar. Hanson. Stmr State or California. Aclc'ey, Portland and Astoria. Schr P»rker,bnrg, Srhroeder, Coqnllle River. Schr Newark, Beck, Bowens Landing. Telegraphic. POINT LOKOS— JuIy -10 p. m.— Weather foggy : wlnu W ; velocity 'JO miles. Spoken. Per Trucbee— Off Mendocino, Nlc bark Bundat leer, from Nanalino tor San Francisco. Per Bertoa— Passed July 30 stmr Jennie, bound north. Memoranda. Per Pertha— Let t In port at Karlnk July 20— Bark Nicolas i buyer, bark Corypheue and scbr Bora Bliibtn. Per st Paul— Tbe bark Ferris S Thompson was to salt about July 'li for San Francisco. Left to port at Oonalaska July 31 — Stmr Al-Kt,. barks Ferris S Thompson audCirrulitiin, stmrs "Win Lewis and Cost. t:lca, sctir M Turner, wit stmr Bel vedere, schr Henry Dennis, wh brig Alexander. V A stmr Thoinai Corwin. stmr Dora, s.'lir Alils I Alger and atmr Karluk. 4*v&&J*. Miscellaneous. LONDON— JuIy 39— The Br ship Xt brannan was slightly damaged by a collision at Hakodate. Domestic Port.. SAN DlEGO— Sailed J my 30— Maggie C Buss Li I'i-.KA- Arrived July 30— Stmr Los Angeles, hence Jul) '29. tailed July 30— Schrs Amethyst. Confianza and Sparrow, for San 1-ranclsco. POET BKAGU— Sailed July 30— Schr Jas Town send, for San Francisco. HOtiUIA.M-Arrlved July 39-Schr Jas A Gar field, hence July 17. STEWARTS POlNT— Sailed July 30-Schr Chris tina Stefnus, for Sao Francisco. Arrived July 30— Schr Archie and Fontle, hence June 37. CASPAR-SalledJuly 30-Schr Abate, for San Francisco. coos BAY— Arrived July 30— Stmr Arago, hence July 39. OLD TACOMA— Arrived July 30-Schr Charles E Falfc, from Port Blakeley. Bo WENS LANDINU-Salied July 30-Schr Ar chie and Fontle. for San Francisco. Arrived July 30— Schr Golden Gate, hence July 37. Forciarn Port.. YOKOHAMA- Arrived July 24-Stmr Gaelic, and not as prevtouly reported. LIZ AUD— Passed July 39— Br ship Port Crawford, from Newcastle. Liig, for san Francisco. NEWCASTLE, NSW— Sailed July 28— Br ship Borrowdalc, fur Sau Iranclsco. June 15 — Bktu Uncle John, for Kuroka. DEPARTURE BAY— Sailed July 37— Bark Rich ard 111, lor San Francisco. . t^. NANAlMO— Arrived July Bark Oregon, heni.fT July 9. Sailed July 30— Bark Valley Forge, for San Diego. ofth.v.Siow.N- Sailed July 39— Br ship Helens burg, Tor Havre. COLON— Arrived July 29— Stmr Seneca, from New York. PR AW LE POlNT— Passed July 28— Br ship Stock bridge, from Antwerp lor San Francisco. Importations. PORTLAND and ASTORIA— Columbla-1301 sks oats, 183 sks wool, 297 bdls green hides, 300 sks bones, 1008 n.r 55 1 hf sks Hour. 331 *- -, oil men, IS M ft maple lumber. 2988 bdis sbooks, 11 Kit ash lumber, 600 bdls laths, 5167 bdls pulp, 90 rls news paper, 200 bills straw paper. 170 sks oysters. 70 cs 5 bbls salmon, 500 cs canned goods, 33 cs codfish. 70 pkgs scrap iron, 243 crts 00 bis China wiuc. 39 pkgs sundries, -4 pkgs express. * .. ■ POINT AKKNA-Fer Point Arena— l cs cigars, 4* firkins 2 £ga 55i/ 3 bxs batter, 12 dressed hogs, 2 vis vegetables. 1 e-t eggs, 2 bxa seed, 1 can berries. Mendocino — 1 coop chickens, 1 bx glassware, 100 31 ft lumber, 5 bxs mdse, 0 bxs seed. EUREKA— Per Humboldt— lß,2so ft lumber, 155 M shingles, 29 bis SO sks woo), 20 doors, 4 oil's } hose, 1 cs drugs, 10 tons old Irun. 1 cs hams, 1 bx plates, a bdls pelts, 5 pkgs muse, 2 coop, chickens, 3 cs boots and shoes, 6 kg 3 127 bis butter, treasure (f 627 75), 3 p-tga express. SANTA CRUZ— Per Gipsy— bxs butter, lies cheese, 1125 bols lime. l'ajaro Valley R 425 sks wheat, 1 bx clothing. Moss Landing— lo4 sks potatoes, 4 cs eggs, 12 s a .j peas, 1 bx batter. Souuel— ls lo rms paper, 4 pulleys, 3 shafts, 8 bbls fish, 3 bangers. NANAJMO— Per Haytian Republic— loß3 tons coal. Seattle— 6 bdls plates, 9cs household goods, 1 bill carpet, 3 bxs butter. 27 pk^s furniture, 21 c* 4 bbis 2 hi bbls liquor. 1 bdl b.'se. 1 bbl 1 cs oil, 4 cs sta tionery. 1 cs grease, 6 hf bbls liquor. SAN DlEGu— Per Pomona— 9 cs salmon. 6 tub, butter. 37 cs honey. 34 bbls 6 kgs 11*"., 130 cs min eral water, 17 bbis grease, 10 pkgs castings, 22 bis lemons. Miles— 3l4 sks Deans. Santa Maria— sis sks wheat. Stels Station— 2364 sks barley. Arroyo Grande— sks barley. Nipomo— lo4 sks rye. 966 sks oats. 993 ,k, beans. 495 sks Chevalier barley. Los 011v05— 799 sks wheat. Port Harford— 2 kits 00 bis butter, 19 es eggs, 30 bdls bides, 5 coops chickens. Santa Barbara— S7 bis lemons and oranges, 30 sits crawfish. UKcdondo— il hf bbls 11 kgs brandy, Ikg gin. 20 c." chocolate. 20 cs cocoa. 16 bxs lemons, 7 bis seed, Newport— so bis lemons. OSS sks barley. San Pedro— l sk coffee, 29 bxs seed, 1 bbl shells, 27 sis wool. OONALASKA and UNO A— St Paul— 3s3 pkgs furs. 227 bdls whalebone, 9 pkgs ivory. 2 bxs gold amalgam. 3 bgs gold dust, 40 sks ore, 52 p»gs per sonal effects, la pkga sundries. K.VRLCK— Per Bertha— ls,636 cs sal in 15 bbl, 2 cs sealskins. HON*. -KONG and YOKOHAMA— Per City of Pe king—4l pkgs coffee, 09 do silk goods, 34 do par cels, 1255 do gunnies. 10'J do beans. sjo do hemp, 390 do matting. 25 do opium, 218 do curios, 550 do oil. 5114 do lea, 7801 do rice, 2021 do mdse. For overland— l6o pkgs straw braid, 107 do par cels. 85 do silk goods, 40 do matting, 144 do curios, 925 do raw silk, 17,501 do tea. 72 do mdse. For British Columbia— l pkg parcels, 249 do silk 404 do beans, 1612 do mdse. For Central and South America— l 7 pkgs silk goods, 3do beans, 35 do watting, 8 do tea, 100 do rice, 150 do mdse. Consignees. Per Columbia— Allen & Lewis; Christy * Wise; J Eventing .v Co; Kissinger * Co: s li Frank * Co: Moore, Ferguson a- Co; c J Leist .v Co: 11 Dotard* Willamette Pulp A Paper Co; Wetmore Bros; W E Stuart: Field A Stone: Wells. Fargo * Co: Whits Bros; Crown Paper Co: Morgan Oyster Co; M B Moraghan; Cutting Packing Co; M Ehrinan A Co; Mc Co lain Fishing and Trading Co; Rouge A Co; Union Presse i brick Co; U P R R Co. Per Humboldt— Thos Uenniugan A Co; J Rosen berg: Christy a Wise; AC Nichols A Co; W A bos cow; Langley A- Michaels; Miller a Waoch; E Was sermau; ('has Hurley A Co; Palmer A Rcy ; J M Morton; Russ, Sanders A Co; DKeefo.vCo; Con sumers' Ice Co: Cahn. N'lCKeUburir a Co: Armour Packing Co; Buckingham, llecnt A Co; Hilts Hi Vervalln A Rowe: Whoaton .V Luhrs: G W Acker son; B M atchluson A Co: Shattncx, Howard A Co; Norton. Teller A Co; Marshall, * eggartar Kronen; witzel A- Baker: llrlghara. Hoopo a Co; S Meyer: Dodge, .Sweeney A CO; Eowaisky x Co; o B Smith A Co; Wells. Fargo A Co. Per Point Arena— Boss A Hewlett: Arnold A Pol lack; Bass, Sanders A Co: Dodge, Bw tooejr A Co; Martin, Feus tor A Co; Mitchell a Peterson; Wilson A Irwin: C FO'Callaghan A Bros: «> B south a Co; Norton, Teller A Co: De Bernard! A Westpaat: KJ Boweu; Rohitfs a Gerdan: Wells. Basse li A Co; J Kiruwell; Mendocino Lumber C •- Per Gipsy— H Waterman A Co; Rant A Hewlett: II Dutard: Woir a Son; Buss, Sanders A Co; John Christy: Dodge, Sweeney a Co; It Cowed .v Oo; Cm) Chemical Works: Hills Bros; U If Smith .» Co; Yon Robne, He:.ucr.e a Co; C X Whit 109 i Co; o'Nc.t Bros A Co. l'er Haytian Republic — John Rw>ei*f old's Sane: Amer Press A.sn; Gets Hros A Co: CS King: II X - Williams; J Young: L Loevre ttco*: RutAer x tie i dlxen: Spruance, Stanley A Co; Hits,! . ...i-n rr Co; Couut Bios; 1 de Turk; Witshtro Safe and Lock Co, Ter Pomona— Slnshctmer Bro.. III) Card: Bra, Bros A Co; Goldtree Bros; J l* rhema** M Hold tree; Bassett A Banker: Norton. relief * to. S v - Terra; Wheaton A Lnhrs ; Getz • ro.AC.i; L L.KJk man A Co; Hills Bros: C IS Whitney a Co; Lemolne 4 pjebon; L Felling a Co: Hum, Ma liters A Co: X Gosllnsky A Co: Calm, Nickels meg A Co: Union Ice Co: Standard on Co: Smith's Cos 1 Stirs; Siagjr MfgCu; De Bernardi 4 Wcstph'*!: tCwwatsks-dk Co; Vervalln A Rowe; M T Freitas A Co: I* Blips Bros; II N Tlldcu A Co: Kissinger A Co: Ban PrniieUc 1 Fishing Co: II Heckmau a- C ■»: J B mgugl a; m Kaiish A Co: S Levy a Co: John Laws; v Schilling A Co; Elt Stevens a Co: Wells. Veitf » A c>: Tlioi Bishop: J Ivancovlch A Co; lust I* An ton la: Par dint* Co; A Paladlnl: Cain A Co: a Uuualoni A Co; Schacht. Lemeke * Stclner: Allison, Gray ft C »: A Greenbauin A Co; Roth, Blum A Co: Leucrm t Bros; HulmeA Hart: Wetmore nrm: Ahtoita; Dunham, Carrlgan ft Co: Baker A Ham Iton; Crane, Hastings ft Co: M T Freitas A: Co; a i.alii Fruit Co; Johnson-Locke Mfg Co; Westcott A Co; X J Ho wen ft Co; The Rosenblatt Co: A C Robinson * Co; D Rnth: .1 Koshland A Co; Morgan A Caioa; C Ben nett: C M Blair; C W Stein A Co: Kvdtono Broi; Troppoll A Co; J RobueyftCu. Capital Soap Co: Pac Fish Co; J Brady. . Per St Paul— Alaska Com Co: S Faster ft Co; Ma gee ft Battles; Alaska Boundary Party. Per Bertha-- Ross ft Hewlett; Kuriuk Packing Co: Pacific Packing Co; C D Ladd. Per City 01 Peking— Loudon and San Francisco Bank: Tillman ft Reudeli; Weils. Ksrgoft Co; Dee kln Bros; Siegfried ft Brandenstetft; Hills Bros; II 11 Paxton; G T Marsh A Co; Order; Chinese and Japanese merchants: Loudon. Paris Mud American Bank; W duff ft Co; J A Lennon; J Leeehinan; Bank of British North America: Anglo-Calitornta Bank ; A Buret ft Co ; SP R R Co. E ,i ,.,. ,1, , i , i . For Late Shipping Intelligence See Eighth Pan THE WEEKLY CALL contains in cv- A- ery number choice reading mat- ter equivalent to three hundred ,~> pages of magazine size $1 25 \ _ a year, postpaid.