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grur*^ k^c"* palaters ' nn * pth *- to
Turpwitlae— HigUer ct 00c per gallon la cases
c::-I S3c >n bulk, drums r.ud iron barrels
".. Ro?in (r<T t.fcl nf 290 lb<O— E, $8.30; F SS3S-
G. $*50: H. SB.M; I. $8.70. ' * '
lied and White Lead— Red, S^GOc- white
\u25a0fsK&S*** per lb. * '
fftDced rruite— The Calif ornla canners* asso
.riitlon quotes 1910 pack as follow*:.,- -
" t? |t? «J «O
VABIET* =T te $£«£?£
- 1 * I c M. 2.
Apples J2.00 1.00 1.40 1.25
SSSIS 2-23 1.60 1.20 1.10
If — — - JS.7B 1.85 1.50 1.25
"Sliced ..2.75 1.85 1.50 ....
fllacfcbernes 160 140
resell 2.00 1.40 1.10 LOO
. 7 Yellow free 2.30 1.70*1.30 1.20
Lexnoncing... 2.30 1.70 1.30 1.20
I>eaior. rhnp diced 2.30 1 70 1 Wi "ft
re S^v,^ isofcSoiiaoOft
Wlr.te Heath siloed 2.30 1.70 1.30 1 20
V, cars - B.«rtlott 2.50 1.85 1.70 1. -45
Ita>ptwmi-8 2.402.1512.05
t- ; :.-.»N- rrles .... . 2.2512. 30)2.00
Cfiiiaod Asparagus— The California packers* as
*ociattioir quotes prices for the 1810 pack as fol-'
- wfc U«. reea - P^if*- No - «*«•»: Krecn. No.,
v --' 1 ' No - 2-'»2 -'»- t215 : medium white.
No. .'i^, 5J.35; preen. No. 2V-. $2.05; small
.v;liiie. ;No 2i£, $2.25; ereon. No? 2V4. $2; white
tips, medium. No. j, $2.45; small. No. 1, $2.30:
preen tips, medium. No. 1. $2; small. No. 1.
JI.SS; soup tips, round can. No. 3, 51.40- soup
•:p». round can, No. S. $3.25.
Canned P*-t k — TU*> California packers* associa
tion quotes, the following price* for canned peas.
p ?Z k j. ot *'.. l 2 *** tlt P oi *. *!•«>: extra fine
t.r:evJ. 81-25; extra sifted. $1.10; sifted. $1;
>:£ncard. 85c.
Canned Tomatoes. 1910 pack— Standard, No.
-**. «^c; No. S. $1; No. 8. $2.50.
Cordagii— Manila. ?c; sisal. 7V,c; sisal bale
rope, b^QSfec per lb; Manila bale rope. 8c per
.lb. net cash, no discount.
Salt— Bales, common, $1.50; granulated, $2;
dairy, common. $10.50 for 50s and $13.50 for
jrr&uulated; half jrroend. per ton. $7.5008 foe
lOOs; rock salt. $707.50; Imitation Liverpool.
$12.50 per ton.
\u0084£c ffe^r Cost * E!ca - "^©"c; Salvador. 7©
.^^•'..Mcaraarua. 5 4<312c; Ooatemala-Mexlcan.
.'itgloe; Hawaiian. BQI4Hc; Ecuador. Sc.
Q^lcksllrer— s44Q4s per flask for export and
546&47.50 for locaTuse.
Pacific Codfish— The Cclon fish company quotes
s* follows: Bundles, small, whole. 60 lb bales.
lfc«: cases, regular, large, whole. 100 lb boxes,
$..,50; cases, extra. 100 lb boxes. $6; cases, east
ern style. $6.75; Anchor brand. 7c; narrow
Ptuce. 4U,c; Silver King, Sc; Golden State, 7*sc;
w fc;te Seal, middles. 10«10Hc; Seabrlght blocks.
•Sic; oriental blocks, 7Vic; Crown brand, tab
lets. SHe; Pearl tablets. 6%c; 5 lb boxes fancy
torcless, lOc: 2 lb boxes fancy boneless, lie;
fcalf bbls pickled cod. $5.50 each.
Ite Alaska codfish conpany Quotes as follows:
Bundles, tnial! whole. 4*« c; cases, regular, large.
whole w->Hc:w ->Hc: cases, extra. «*«c; ca^es. eastern
\u25ba rr.e. .c; Frigate. 7^c; narrow Paragon, 8c:
Mecarch. S^c; Western Pride, Sc; Imperial. 11
/ail^sc:- Ocean Ware. S»±c; Siberia. Sc; Star.
2.1b teblets, 6»ic; Pacific Belle. 1 lb tablets,
Jo; Choice Bits, crates. 12 5 lb boses. 10c; do
: 0 t ID boxes, lie; picked cod. half bbls. $5.50
cart.
REFINED SUGAR MARKET
The V.'estcrn sugar retning company quotes as
...follows, terms not cash: Standard fine grana
•T*teJ, 5.65 c; standard coarse granulated. 5.65 c;
fruj.-. granulated, 5.65 c; cut Joaf. In barrels only.
T. 65:; H. & E. crystal domincs, 5 lb cartons In
'\u25a0\u25a0 S.^?s. S.CV; do. in - lb cartons in cases, 9.15 c;
\u25a0xnirch *.»ar. <V; tablets, in half barrels. 6.15 c;
1> in boxes, fi.4oc; cubes and A crushed. s.fioc:
_ m»narch powderpd. 5.75 c; XXXX. powdered,
5.75c;-<aody granulated, r..75c; confectioners* A,
5. < CSc; ooufectioccrs' crystals. 5.75 c; extra fine
.":?nt;!ate<l. 5.45 c; masnoiia A. 5.25 c; extra C.
5.15 c: golrtcn C. 5.0 V; n. 4.flr»c. Barrels and 50
. lii bass 10c. half harrp'is 2.V. boxes 50e more
i't-r i«.n> lbs than f«--r bags of 100 lbs net. Bar
.[in 35 and 40 ib tins $:.7O more, in S and 10 lb
::i:k ?2.35 more per 100 lbs than price fcr this
M:."lf in JOO lh bigs.
"liie Csilfon:!H ami HsTraii sugar refining com
\u25a0• - V r!r: J r Cuot^s tin follows: Granulated basis, 5.65 c;
••i!:?rsd»»"* bar. «c: prtw-rlor*>d. 5.75 c-: A crushed,
5-90 c; berry. 5.€5c: C. & H. extra fine dry granu
lated. 5.05 c; coarse dry granulated. 5.6.V:; con
i<--f-tion»r«" A. 5.<'.. V; confectioners* crystal, 5.75 c;
.. ul.f.s, s.rK>c; bricks. 5.00 c; extra fine dry granu
;ai»>d doO 1!> bags only>. 5.45e; excelsior A,
:>^i>: citra CJ 5.15 c: golden d 6.05 c; rellow D.
: \u25a0i.'.C*: cut lo«f. In barrels only. 7.65 c; H. & E.
. crystal <Uanino«. 5 lb cartons, in cases. 5.65 c; do
2 lb cartons in oases, 9.15 c. Additional per 100
'Ibv: lv barrels anil r.n lh bags. 10c more: half
.barrels. i:se m«-»re: b^xes. 50e more for all grades.
. Bar In 3S and 40 lb tins. $1.70 mere; In 10 lb
. i ins. $2-35 more. Minimum order, carload
'\u25a0'.•' \u25a0 \u25a0 S*w York Produce
-NEW YORK. July 11*.— Hops— Dull.
. "\u25a0• Hides— Steady. ;
*.* ivtrolfum — Steady.
. -Sugsr— ltaw. firm; muscovado. 83 test, 3.55 c:
centrifugal. £XJ test; 4.3 Cc; molasses sugar. S3
•test. . S.Clc. Refined sugar, steady.
C'.. Coffee — Futures cioeed steady, net 3 point* \u25a0
•.l:Jch*>r to 5 points lower. Sales were reported of
TA.ZZA bags. Closlnsr bids follow: July. fi.Ksc;
Aujruft. 6.90 c; September. October aria NoTem*
b*>r. 6.f)5c: Decrnibor, 7c: January, 7.C5c: Feb
rruarr, T.oSc; March. 7.11 c; April, 7.13 c; May.
. ...7L 14c; June. 7.14 c.
* [.-\MSpot coffee, steady: Rio No. 7, S%c; Santos
-seo. 4, 9'£c; mild coffee, steadr; Cordova. lO<a
:i2iic. " . \ ...";
• • Butter— \\>sker; creamTy specials, 2S»[email protected]»c:
•.extras, 27\fS2%c; third to firsts. [email protected]; state
. 'dairy, common to finest, [email protected]; process, second
. .t£ > pecial. 22»g25>2c.
,:""i 'h«^se — Easy, unchangod.
;. EcgK— Firmer; frpsh gathered, extra firsts,
r-"iXMi«j"2lc.
DRIED FRUrXS
. Evaporated Apples— Firm, with a fair trade;
H»ot fancy. JO\<gli%c: choice. S?4(r|9c; prime.
7 l .'j(nic: common to fair, fi'SCfie.
Prune! I—ln1 — In better demand, firm; quotations
• ranging from [email protected]>*c for Callfornias up to 30-40s
«n*l 4»a<^t>i.ic for Oregons.
. Apricotf — Quiet; choice. 8^«S10^c; extra
• r-hoicp, lt>'i r "llc; fiiiicy, 10Siiai2Hc.
. Poaches — Quiet, firm; choice. 6>4fe6Sie; extra
•.-•.-bfiice. 7<S7iic; fancy. 7 s .i<&:7>/ic.
- Reirfn*— Bui!, featurfiess; ' loose muscateis
- -:i'^fn',\c: choico to fancr seedfd 4«i<a6!sic
.vc-edless. ««i<'a4!ic; London layers, [email protected] '
"
CTiicapro Dairy Proiince Market
rgiCAOO. Julr 19.— Butter. Fteady; weam
rri^s. 24^2Sc: <la!rips. [email protected] Eggs steady at
.mark, cas^s Included. 10Pil4c: firsts, 15c; prime
• firsts. 17c; receipts, 16.:{6.-} cat=es. Cheese,
ftfaly; daisies, 15*;, fa 16c: twins. 15(915%c
. "loung Americas, 13'^«gl6c; longborcs, ICSJ 1
16 Vie.
TLo« AneeleK Produce Slarketv-%IK
{Special Dispatch io The Call]
..y LOS ANGELES, July 19.— Receipts of eggs
•wer*- light today, but the price was not ad
,.".-vano*ri. Butter and cheese were steady. Sweet
< oni is cheaper. IV>tatoes sold welL
IWfiptK <J produce were: Eggs. 11l cases;
>utter. 5i>.077 pounds; cheese. 740 ponnds; pota
tf#s, 2.4*;2 sacks; beans, 320 sacks; sweet pota
toes. 29 sacks. .
Cheew (per lb^— Northern fresh; 17c;
iHins, 18^c; eastern cheddar*. 2<jc; eastern long
l-'irn. lftfo.2<to; pastfrn daisy, IDgtlftHc; Swiss
imported, COc; brick cream, 1 0c ; Hm burger, 19
Butter 'per Ib) — Creamery, extra. SlHc; fir«t
:-,'•?: lsdlp butter, 20c; cookina- butter. 26c.
. Eggs <p<-r dozt— Local ranch, candled, firsts,
.\u25a0V.c; cskp <f.unt, 31c; eastern fresh, 2Sc; storage,
extras, 20c. -:\u25a0•.\u25a0\u25a0
- Beans (nor fi\)—Sn. 1 pink. $7.25; No 1
•:;_-14'nas. ?4.75; No. l.l>e<ly Washington, S5; No. 1
'rmall whites, $4.75; No. I black eyes. $6 50* No
.3 gaFvanras. $4.50; No. 1 lentilß, California. 7.
•:' .PoTatoes— New potatoes. lug. Ssc; do $150
t?.ck; -white rose, $1; yellow sweets, C^7c Ib.
.-.-'!. - : •
. .. EaMorn L,!«-estock Market
V \u25a0 CHICAGO
CHT^^GO. July 19.— Cattle— Receipts, estl
r Jirflt C,OOO. Market west. Beeves, f5.20-ffi
>'-V'«l?" steers. *-J.10fi0.50: rreftern steers.
t.".' r 'j;wßtocfccrs »n<l fp«ierF, $3.60ra5.70; cows
.and Heifers. $2.05^.6.75; calTes,*s6.7s(g,S.lK).
' Hogs — Receipts, estimated at 12,000. Market
ftr-ady. Light. $5.65<£9: mixed. [email protected];
iiravy. $5.25ig5.75: rough, $5.25(&5.40: good to
c!:o1co heavy. $R.40(3:?.'j5: pigs, $s.Go<§,9; bulk of
j-ales, $8.45(gg.75. *
Sheep — RecoipU, estimated at 20.000. Market
steady. Native. $2.5n<?i4: western. $2.3."»'54;
yoarlincs. *4(34.55; lambs, native [email protected],
vettcra [email protected]
KANSAS CTTY
KANSAS CITY. July 19.— Cattle— Receipts.
10.000. . Steady. Native steers, $4.8T.«r8.25;
V.ivrs and hfitfrs, J?2..%()((t7; stockers and feeders,
j:::.2r.(gC;. bulls. $3^4.00; calves. [email protected]:
\i«»tit<-rn ftccrs. $4.75^7.75; wcxtern cows, $2.75
•"\u25a0-\u25a0"- - - *«WWSIW*WSM(W
ilogs— Receipts. 12,000. Market steady. Bulk
nt sal<'*. 55.45(5.J>.05: heavy. $8.40«|8.45: packers
:md butchers. $5.45<g*.6T.; light. $5.6055.72»j4.
Sheep — Receipts. 5/kiO. \u25a0 Strady. Muttons,
$3.?iOi/4.50: lambs. $C<s7; fed wethers and year
' '.iiigs. [email protected]; f«nl wr*trni cwf», [email protected]
SOCTrT OMAHA
. FOITTH OMAHA. Neb.. July 19.—Cattle—Re
cflpts. C.<J("»rt. Msrket, best steady, others 10c :
lower. Native sterns. $4.75(fi7.55; cows and
Letters. tSOlfi; western steers. [email protected]"i0; cows
•>n<! beifers. $2.7.".«?j4.75: canners.. [email protected];
" ftockf-rs and feeders. $3.25«m.75; calves, [email protected]
<; 75; Imllc. (stags'. <-tc.. $3.23©.5.25. y - •
• Hogs— tt«vipts, 7.300. Market 5c higher.
' Heavy- $*.lfNffs.4. r «: mixed. *8..10(g.5.40; Ilrtt.
"SV.4o'r<jS.<>o; pig«, [email protected],5: bulk of sales, $S.SOSJ
"-V <w, -,~
'sheep— Receipt:. JC.ROO. Market steady. Year
- J4<<s 4;75: wethers, $3. [email protected]; ewes, $2.50
.' <5.3.5(»; laiubs. $Cfe6.75.
MISCELTLAXKOUS MARKETS
Cotton Market BSv
' NEW YORK. Jutj' 10.— The sensational ad
vanc* In July cotton, culminating at ltt.. r »se yes
terday, was followed by an almost 'equally sen
sHtional break during today's trading.- Between
the recent urging buying of contracts and the.
. benvy Wiipmetits of ct»tton"in this direction from
V Liverpool «»<' tne futh It looked as if the July
fW, -rts bad secured cover, and when some cotton
• Vb» offered today the price suffered severely." ,-
After celling *t 16.41 c. early Jnly gradually
worked off to 13.f1."ic and broke to ir>.6."»c.withont
n single- sale. while-o^Tlv a f ew thousand " bales
<-hanged bands during "tb** entire morning. '"This
r*>|>ro*ente<T a lo^s from the closlne • qootat Jon -of
yesterday -of oror, $4 ix»r . bale ; and <a : decline of
$4.50 a bale from the 'high point «f ; yesterday, v
Other i>OKitlotw> were wosk .«!wt. August saM
ct a net loss of 39. point* and the new crop broke
anywhere from 20 to 22*polntg during 'the middle
of the day. although there was a. big demand on
v fccaledown.
The market continued nervous and unsettled
during the later trading and closed barely steady
[ at a net decline of 14^43 points.
Button's wire say*: "The expected reaction
was more than realized today, when near months
broke from $3 to $4 per bale and new crop lost
i?i ut * l P er b * 1 '- \u25a0"'*\u25a0 Probable the ; market
wiu remain In an unsettled and nervous state
nil after first notice" day for August contracts,
wuich win be about July 28. In the meantime
values should naturally rule easier on liquidation
by scattered longs, who are not In a position to
take delivery. New crops are not expected to
take part In. the decline except In \u25a0 a. moderate
way. for, although crop news may be expected
to improve after, such a long spell of bad
weather, the^act remains that serious deterio
ration has occurred and a few days of normal
weather will not greatly improve the outlook.
"Commission house business was the largest in
months.- It is estimated that Norden and Wen
man between them took 30,000 bales out of the
pit before the end of the first hour. -Europe was
a buyer of new crop on a scaledown, but «ome
large interests express the opinion, that a 13c
level is high enough for the present.
- "The report sent out from this market to
Memphis, New Orleans and other markets that
the July deal was over was emphatically denied
by Frank Hayne. who saya that every bale ten
dered will be taken and paid for and that they
will then have some contracts left. -
"Twenty-three bale* of new -crop cotton -were
reported at Houston today. It Is reported that
10,000 bales of ocean freight room was engaged
last evening for Havre. About 41,000 bales of
cotton will be shipped out of the New York stock
between now and the end of the mouth, including
yesterday's shipment of 10,000 bales."
Spot cotton closed quiet, 50 points lower. Mid
dling uplands. 15.65 c; middling gulf, 10.20 c.
Ssles. 3.100 bales. . -
COTTON FUTURES '
Option— - Open. High. Low. Close.
July 16.30 c 16.41 c 15.65 c 15.98 c
August 15.60 c 15.67 c 15.10 c 16.30 c
September 13.88 c 13.02 c 13.60 c 13.65 c
October 13.00 c 13.14 c 12.91 c 12.97 c
November 12.07 c 12.97 c 12.95 c 12.82 c
December ..12.92c 12.96 c 12.73 c 12.70 c
January ..12.59c 12.f13c 12.71 c 12.75 c
February 12.76 c
March 12.90 c 12.96 c 12.78 c 12.78 c
May 12.09 c 13.00 c 12.83 c 12.88 c
Boston Wool Market
BOSTON, July 19. — Dullness continues In the
wool market, but there are growing signs that
Improvement will not long be delayed. Quota
tions, scored basic ' "-
Texas — Fine 12 months, [email protected]; fine 6 to •
months. [email protected]; fine fall. 506{52c.
California — Northern. &[email protected]; middle county,
[email protected]; southern. [email protected]; fall free. 42®43e.
Oregon — Eastern No. 1 staple. [email protected]; eastern
clothing. 56®57c; valley. No. 1. [email protected]
Territory— Fine staple, [email protected]: fine medium
staple, 60<&64c: fine clothing. 57<g5Sc: fine me.
dlum clothing. [email protected]: half blood combing, [email protected]
5Sc; three-eighths blood combing, 55*3 06 c; quar
ter blood combing. 62 <!? Me. v
Pulled— ExtriT Gsc; fine A, [email protected]; A supers,
56»357e.
St. Louis Wool market
ST. LOUIS. July 19.— W001, steady. Medium
grades, combing % and clothing. [email protected]$c: light
fine. [email protected]; heavy fine, 13«J14c; tub washed,
25<g32c.
London Wool Sales
LONDON, July 19.— Tte offerings at the wool
auction sales today amounted to 13,570 bale?, in
cluding a good selection of greasy merinoe,
which brought out strong competition between
home and continental buyers. Tasmanlan greasy
realized Is 6d and New South Wales Is 4%d.
Greasy cros»breds were firm, while scoureds were
Irregular. The sales will be closed July 26.
>ew York Metal Market
NEW' YORK, July 19. — Standard copper dull.
Spot and July. [email protected] 12c; August and Septem
ber. 11.55ff|12c; October, [email protected] The Lon
don market was steady; spot, £53 7s 6d: futures,
£54. No arrivals were reported at New York.
Custom house returns showed exports of 99 tons,
making 13.6P6 co far this month. Lake copper,
12.«2Vj©12.87i£c; electrolytic, [email protected];
casting, 12.12>[email protected] 12.25 c. : . .
Tin was steady to firm. Spot. [email protected];
July, 33Q33.10c: August. [email protected]: Septem
ber. 32. 75 (2 32.90c; October. [email protected] Sales
5 tons epot at 33c. 10 tons July at 33.05 c. The
London market was easy; spot, . £149; futures,
£150 2s 6d. ~
Lead was firm at 4.45 c bid New Y"ork and at
4.27^@4.35c East St. Louis. London, spot, £12
lls 3d.
Spelter steady at 5.00(g5.60c New York and at
4.95(?5.03c East St. Louis. London, spot, £22
7s 6d.
Iron — Cleveland warrants were quoted at 4Ss
Od in London. Iron was quiet. No. 1
foundry northern, *16.50<g 16.75: No. 2, $16®
16.25; No. 1 southern.' [email protected]; No. 1
southern f-oft, $16310.25.
Xnvnl Stores— Turpentine and Rosin
SAVANNAH. Ga., July 19. — Turpentine, 70^c;
Mle«. 50; receipts, L 125; shipments, 182; stock,
10.033. \ . ' . • "
Rosin— Firm; sales. 2.711; receipts. 3.939;
shipments, 1,950; stock. 62.529. Quote: B, $5.55;
D. $5.65; E. $5.75; F. 55.77H; G, $5,80; H,
$5.55; I. $5.00: K. $6; M, $6.25; N, 56.40;
WG. J5.55; WW, $6.00.
Weather Report
United States Department of Agriculture —
\Teather Bureau— Saa Francisco. July 19. > i
PACIFIC COAST STATIOXS
IKiI \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 5 | : 5
STATIONS 3 J? 1' STATIONS *!? !? lz
B 3 R', ' S 3 £.
: : <r • : 2
:.P . . p
BoUe 98 70 .001 Reno 02160.00
Eureka 62 50.00 Ro»eburg .. 061 B4 .00
Flagstaff .. S6 52.00 Sacramento. 11001 70.00
Fresno 100 7S .00 Salt Lake..] OS 72 .00
Helena SO! 62 .00 San Diego.. 7& 08 .00
Honolulu .. 04 50 .OOi S Francisco 6S 54 .00
Inflpndence. ..I 60 .00 San Jose... SS 62 .00
Kallxpel ..-. 8S 50.00 S L Oblsp©- 83 56.00
L Angeles.. $6 66 .00| SE Farallon 54 52 .00
Modena ... 97 62 .02| Spokane . . . |04 5C .00
Mt Tmlpais 89 78'. W. Summit ... 82 50.90
North Head 54 30 .00 Tacoma ... SO 54.00
Phoenix ...106 82.00 Tatoosh ... 60 52.00
Pocatello .. ©6| 64 ... Tonopah ... 90.64.00
Pt Reyes L 5W 4D .00 Walla 100 «4 .00
Portland .. 90| 60 .00i Winuemucca 94 56 .00
Rfd..Blnff.. 1001 78 .00} Yuma ..... 110 80 .00
EASTERN STATIOXS
Abilene ... 04 6$ .OOjlKnexTille .1 SO 621 .00
Atltlc City "72 C 4 .00 iLoulsTille . 80 60 .00
Boston ..*. 68 60 .00* Memphis .. S2 64 .00
Buffalo ... 7(5 5* .OOi Montgmy . 86 68 .48
Charlestn . 72 72 .04 Montreal .. 74 56 .00
Chicago ... 74 62 .00 Moorhead . . 90 C4|;'.OO
Denrer ... ©4 .. : .00 N . Orleans.' 82 7411.52
D JidnM.. S2i C 6 .00 New York. l 78 66 .00
Dodge City m 60 .00 N Platte.. 88 60 .00
Duluth ... 82 f>2 .00 Oklahoma 86 68 .00 !
Durango .. 94 52 .00 Plttsburg . 78 60 .00
ta«tport .. '64 -56 .00 Roswell ... 96 62 .00
Galreston . M 80 2.80 «.. Louis. . SO 60 .00
Green Bay. 62 .. .00 St. Paul... 84 60 .00
Hatteras . 74 .. .04 Tampa ... 84 74 .58
Harre 9<5 62 .00 Toledo .... 78 G6 .00
Huron OH 62 .00 Washngn . 78 62 .00
JncksnTlle SG 74' .48 Winnipeg . 80 CO .00
Kan City. 1 . 78| 62| .OO! " ' -
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS
A depression orerlles California, causing
cloudy weather, with scattered showers and
thunder storms In the Sierra and- intermountain
region, and fair weather in southern California i
and the Northern portion of the Pacific slope. \
Another depre^sion Is central south of Florida,
causing cloudy weather with rain in the gulf
and south Atlantic states. The following :heaTy
rainfalls are reported: Galreston 2.80 inches and
New Orleans 1.52 in the last 12 hour?. An area
of high • pressure orerlies the lakes and north
eastern portion of the country, causing fair and
seasonable weather in that section. Another high
area is central off Vancourer Island, causing fair
weather in the northern ' portion of the i Pacific
slope. The humidity at Red Bluff Is 31 per cent
and at Fresno 39 per cent. * Conditions "are favor
able for f air : weather in California Wednesday,
except thunder storms in the Sierra.- \u25a0 • . -\u25a0;' ,
Forecast made at S"an Francisco for the 30
hours ending at midnight July 20:
' San Francisco and vicinity — Fair Wednesday;
moderate west wind.
- 'Santa Clara valley — Fair Wednesday; ; light
northwest wind! - . ;
Sacramento valley— Fair -Wednesday, ' with
thunder storms in the mountains; light south
wind. • ','-\u25a0 -
San Joaquin- valley — Fair Wednesday, with
thunder storms in the mountains; \u25a0 light west
wind. •;.\u25a0'. " \u25a0
California sooth of Tebachapi — Fair Wednes
day; light west wind. • '\u25a0 "-, ,"
G. H. WILLSON. I>ocal Forecaster,
:.rj*.r^s, Temporarily In Charge.-
,\E\VS OF THE OCEAN
Two Lumber Charterii
The British bark Glcnesk.: at' Uumboldt bay.
Is chartered for lumber '. thence to . Callao r or
Mollendo. at 40s. and the British steamer. Hazel
Dollar is engaged for the . came r business from
the Columbia river \u25a0to China. Both . were char
tered prior to arrival.
Supplies for Honolulu \u25a0
The stpamer -Xeyadan: sailed for Honolulu on
Friday with cargo Talued at $141,548 and:. in-,
eluding the following: 97'bbls floury 1,179 bales
hay 22,888 lb«.beanß. 1,030 lbs garvaniai,", 7,949
ctls barley, 10,000 lbs : mlllfeed. 4. r >2 ' cs i canned
goods, 1,427 lbs and Scschee^p, 8,202 lbs but
ter. .105 cc baking powder, 601 pkgs freab frnltg/
52S pkgß potatoes.- 245 pkgs onions, 1.018 : lbs
ffarlic, 1.370 lbs and 41 pk(j« bread,' B,6o4 lbs
bams andbacon. 0,104 lbs. lard.' l43 bbls salmon,
'14,472 . ga1s and. 75 cs wine, 12 cs whisky." 25: c-a
rennouth. 32 pkgs: beer,*. 2,49(J~ lb« ' seeds,. 44
pkgs - drugs. ; 10 •> pkgs >' agricultural \u25a0- implements.
a.JiOO *ks > cement. • 5,000 firebrick," 152 ; doors.% 400
bdls shingles. \u25a0 1.375 ; C* nntl rls > drums , kerosene.
233 drnms distillate,^*" c*M2o'drnm« and 11
bbls casolin*. 155 - cs : and > 87^ bbls oilsj ; 28 \u25a0 cs
stationery, C(J7 -cs "soap, i' 260 pkgs \u25a0 paintu, 3SO
kepft n-d ; and '- white lead. 53 - pkgs : machinery/
9.138 . lbs and ,15 bales . tobacco, 15 cs cigars and
cigarettes, 11 : rolls and 1 -. ; es > leather, 107 , pkgs
dry goods." 55 cs b<v»t* and ! fhoe*,*;lO csMa^ting
caps/: 1,200 ' cs ' dynamite. ;"475 > cs ' and r 250 : kegs
blasting powder. -21 - collu rope. 720.525 ; Ihs • fer
tilirer. 140.1«v5 ' lbs : tin : plate. f 22 ; bdls tents, 400
bdls ehingles, 1 ; bull. , 9 ; horses. ; •
HELD FOE « FORGEKY— CuarIen • S."? Blake/ was
-:- held . for .= trial "> before k the - superior .-. court •by
. .-• , Police Jmifre , Conlan \u25a0 jresterdas* \u25a0on - a ohargo ; of
' : * t orplnjr " the ' name I : rtf ..Tboman . H."-, Williams \u25a0 Jr."
' to-, h ohMk; for- 123.70 £ which •-. he ?iiassed ou
O. : 12. Sullivan, : 'Jol Fit tu ', street.-., • 'V- r ".
THE" SAN FrB^ISGQ 'CAMI
SOUTH DAKOTA BACK
FROM SOUTH SEAS
Cruiser's; Officers and Men En
tertained by Government
of Argentine Republic
HE United States
ar mo r c d ',.. cruiser
South Dakota, Cap-;
tain Smith, ; ..which
left here; last April
to. i help , the ,' Argen-'
tine Republic "cele
brate the one hun
dredth 'anniversary
of Its' independence,
returned, yesterday
and after 'a" brief
stay in man of war
row proceeded to
California City' to
coal. The cruiser
will return to . the
lower 'bay some
time today and will
remain there . for
about a week, when
the South Dakota and the -Washington
will proceed to Monterey bay for the
target practice they missed last spring,
the Washington on account of small
pox and the South Dakota because it
nad to accompany the Tennessee to
Buenos Aires.
On account of its great draft the
South Dakota was not able to get with
in-400 miles of Buenos Aires,- but : for
Argentine hospitality that was an easy,
reach. Four 'American cruisers and a
Japanese battleship. remained at Bahia
Blanca, a new and growing port of the
Argentine Republic/with a splendid har
; bor. The warships sent to the celebra
tion by other nations, about 40 ships
in all. were. able to go up the. Rio del
Plata to an anchorage off Buenos Aires.
PROVES ROYAL HOST
The Argentine government proved a
royal host. The orricers of all the ships
at Bahia Blanca were provided v with
transportation fer the 400 . mile rail
Journey to Buenos Aires, where quar
ters in the best hotels. were th«irs at
the government's expense. The blue
jackets who took part in: the'- shore pa
rade, for which the South Dakota sent
500, were: provided with special trains
and comfortable quarters in an impro
vised barracks. The American "blue-
Jackets were given the place of honor
; at the head of the parade. -\u25a0.-.\u25a0\u25a0,.
President Alcorta of Argentina want
ed all hands on the five ships at" Bahia
Blanca to visit Buenos Aires at his ex
pense. As * this would have Involved
the entertainment of more than 3,000
bluejackets, and as the men were hav
ing a pretty good time at Bahia Blanca,
the commanding officer of the American
squadron would not impose on the pres
idential generosity.
Those on the South Dakota who vis
ited Buenos Aires for the first time
were surprised to | find a - city *so large
and so beautiful. Buenos Aires has a
population of 1,250,000 and a rich trade
with almost every part of the world
but the United States. According to
the South Dakota's officers, there are
many merchants and others in the
South American city who would- like
to establish business relations: with the
United States, but are unable "to do so
profitably or with any degree- of satis
faction, because of the total - lack of
direct channels of trade between the
two countries. The officers were told,
for instance, that in all Buenos Aires
there was not a single bank with di
rect United States connections.
SHIP IS I\* FIXE SHAPE
_ The 'South Dakota, in spite of the
fact that it has had more service than
probably any, other ship of its. size in
the navy, is in first class condition and
will need little in the way. of repairs
when the time comes for a visit to the
navy yard. The cruiser, which was
built at the Union iron works, went
into commission two years and six
months ago. and since then has trav
eled more than 72,000' miles. >vv
Commander, Stickney, who has been
executive officer since the ship was
commissioned, says, that the South Da
kota's crew is made up of the cleanest,
cleverest-aggregation of young Ameri
cans that Uncle Sam ever; gathered on
one ship, and the men say; of Stickney
that he's "the whitest first luff in the
navy." All- of which means that the
South Dakota is a happy ship.
Chlyo Maru Sails I for Far Kant
The Japanese liner Chlyo Mafu, Cap
tain W.W. Greene, sailed yesterday for
the far east with about 200: passengers
and a large cargo. The Chiyo. will make
a special : call: at -Manila • to land 3,500
tons of government freight. The Chiyo's
passengers included:
FOR YOKOHAMA
WllbelnT'Altgplt ' ' Zi Horikoshl
Mrs.. Wilhelm Altgelt Edwin C." Jones t C- \u25a0'.'\u25a0\u25a0
T. Ayakoshi Mrs.' E\winC Jones
Mrs. T. Ayakoshi ReiJl Kanda
Mrs. A. . L. Bagnall Miss F. Scarritt
Wilbelm Becker , XV. C. Scarritt .
Mrs. Wilhelm Becker C. A. Shelhamer
Frederick E. Chapin •-, Mrs.- W. M. Squire and
Mrs. Frederick B. Chapin • infant - \u25a0
Miss Marcia K." Chapin L. M. Squire
H. S. Coe ; _. S. Stern
Dr. A. Haniel F. Theriot
Miss H. Hendrix Mrs. L. L. W.Wilson
Max Hcutcr . David H. Wilson
K. niraoka . . Miss Mildred Wilson
0. C; Hirschfeld Wilhelm Zublln '
Miss C. , N.-. Honodel
KOBE
B- Hara Mrs. I. L. Sharfman
Dr. George M. leaning Rev. L. -B. Tate
Mrs. George . M.- Laning Mrs. Ij. B. Tate •• '
William L. Kchwartsx K. Yoshlkawa .•
1. L.' Sharfman , :\u25a0'•", \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0>.-\u25a0_ .;\u25a0 .
NAGASAKI : . .. :
Bishop E. E. Hosb \u25a0 IS. R. Sheldon '
Fritz Mat erna . 1
• - . MANILA v .-•\u25a0-.,. -,-\u25a0-.;- \u25a0
Olaf Blenekstone 1 Harry Rosenberg
C. A. Garner (Judge James Ross
C. N. Conner Mrs. James Ross : .-A'j
Mrs. C. N. Conner ; lGeorge C.:Schweickert \u25a0
C; J. Hogue 'JMrs. Schweickert
MlpsGeorgia McCormack l J.~ Seymour ; ; \u25a0--.
John McMnllra . . Mrs.. J.- Seymour '
H. H. Miller Miss Sylvia Seymour
W. P. Miller J- C. Sophian :
J. M. Myers Miss B. Taylor
nONGKONG - » \u25a0-\u25a0
O.A. Bosley \u25a0 C. E. Mlckelwait
G. A/ Burns Paul W. Peterson '
Dr. Willy Kabitz : .
JOIN AT. HONOLULU
H. K. Burnbam Mfl * G. : L." McFarlane •
Mrs. H. K.Burnham Mrs. W. O; North
E. T. Grimes ' . ' Ross North .
T. E. Hudson \u25a0''\u25a0* Miss Julia North
Mrs. T. E. Hudson : ;,
/ [ \ Mongolia on ' Its I Way Home
The Pacific Mail"liner*Mongolia,:Cap
tain ' Kitt, afloat and with all ; its '.. pas
sengers and freight on board,™ will leave
Yokohama .today \u25a0 for Honolulu' and ; will
be dve 1 here August 5. 'The: Japanese
liner r Tenyo Maru was also scheduled
toleave Yokohama; today,,- butlwill'ibe
held back for' a day i or ' two 1 to give the
port ; officials at ! Honolulu and I this | port
a chance to: get their -breath between.
twobig^Jobs.' According. to' advices re
ceived-yesterday by «the i Pacific. Mail
company from -Yokohama, \u25a0 the .Mongolia
s.ustalned no apparent damage.
. Dunsyre's Skipper Folia 'Sick
; The British ship Dunsyre,' bound from
Astoria .for Melbourne,^ has i put -into
Noumea on account, of. the captain's ill-"
ness. The,skipper;wasstaken^to a hos
pital, where he"-underwent r . an
tion, which;*, the" cablegram; says, .was
successful. it.: It , is expected that ; the ship
will resume its voyage; July ; y
Yorktovvm to Corlnto ;"
The gunboat Yorktown, which is now
en route to ;San : Francisco?, from-' Port-^
land,: has; been 5 ordered it to toi
Corinto, on; the west coast of .Nicaragua J
to relieve the Vicksburg, which will ; go
to Mare island-navyo'ard. : \u25a0\u25a0
.Water :; Front " Note»i \u25a0
C" Receipts- of 3 lumber yesterday by sea
amounted? t0 ; 3.330,000; feet. ; r^v -s»V , - -
j X.The British' ship ! Dartf ord;; from; New-" 1
caetle.^AustraliaJ.the-vesseHwith! which 1
the^ schooner.? James ißolpht was 1 ins col-
lision" in •: midocean,>* arrived - last Veven-^
ing.HXJ'^V; - "\u25a0\u25a0•••\u25a0": -;.T- -'-\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0:':^.: ' \r : . :: \u25a0 "'\u25a0
" ,i,The ; Japanese llineriNipponl Maru .; ar-'
rived'yesterday,:at'Hongkong. ,
: The i* Mateon j* : navigation v» company's
steamer;;Hilonian, from Hi10,.- is. "ex
pected to iarriye this with" pas
sengers*anda!bigiCargo.",'»,,.'. r "\u25a0" ,-.- v
- -ThevLurllnerrfrorii^Honolulu,*' arrived
last night:;^ ., r \^--^ : y^-_--.:- . ?,,--i. : ; - :-\u25a0 ,*.:•;
\u25a0 :; .The :« Sari vi Ffanci^co . 'and \u25a0; Portland
steamship- company's -Rose^Clty, 1 : arrived
yesterday; from i San 5 Pedro* withs7o s first
class ipassengers.i of jwhom SO are booked
. through EtonPortlarid,-^fors-kwhich? port
the isteameri -'.will:- sail* todays S,,Tho
Beaver.^whichg arrived if romSPortlandT:
brought *; 2so '.fii-Kt;olass passengers > and
S5 in, the steerage. '. , ' \u25a0',' •
' The t Pacific; Coastv steamship vvcom-i
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
pany's'City of Puebla, which sailed yes
terday for Seattle, .carried - about 200
passengers. .>> . ' ' ;
By United Wireless — .
- Tuesday, ' July . 19.
STEAMER PRESIDENT, from San. Francisco for
-San Diego July 18, 4 p.:m.— July 18, 8 p.'nW
25 : . miles souths of Pigeon :, point; ; calm 7 and
.smooth; all well. .:-"": . - ' ;
STEAMER CHARLES NELSON, from San Fran-*
Cisco - for Seattle ; July - 17r- 1 :30 a. m. ,' with
barkentine James Johnson in tow^-JuJy " 18,"
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 8 p.m.",-18 miles sonth of Point Arena; inoder-,
ate northwest wind and sea; all well.
STEAMER SANTA i MARIA, from San Luis , for
Seattle July 17, 6:35 p. m.— July 18,' 8 p. 'm.;
15 miles north of Point v ßeyes;; light:nortb
we»t wind, moderate, swell; hazy; all well. ,\u25a0S
TEAMER* HILONIAN.f from -Honolulu for Saa
> Francisco? July r 14, -noon — July 18, . 8 p." m.,
" 505 miles from . lightship ; will arrive Wednes
day evening. :<-\u25a0'*
STEAMER :\u25a0"\u25a0 MAVERICK, from Richmond for
Portland and Seattle July 15, 4:45 p. m. —
- •'\u25a0 July 15. 11 ' p. m-. r °ff Edlz hook ; light . north
west wind; clear; barometer, 30.14; tempera- 1
\u25a0-; ture,' 54. ; ; .'.. . '",'.'; '";:'<\u25a0'.;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:..\u25a0\u25a0: .\u25a0:...\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 I
STEAMER ATLAS, en - route from Tacoma to
San Luis and -Ventura— July, 18, noon," passed
Columbia river; weather fine, northwest wind;
will arrive at San Luis, daylight Thursday,
; Ventura; noon,* with barge 3 in, tow.
STEAMER WASHTENAW, from San Lvi« ; for
Oleum July IS, 8 p. m — July 19, ; 8 a. i m..
22 miles north of Point , Sur ; moderate north
wind* and smooth; barometer, 29.98; tempera
ture,' 61.-
MOVEMENTS OF} STEAMERS
\u25a0^^"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-'.' TO ARRIVE -".-\u25a0"'
.. ;«\u25a0 From : | > Steamer | Date
San Pedr0.............iCentra11a ...... IJuly 20
Ban Pedr0...:......... Hanaler ..:...|July 20
Honolulu Lurline.-........ July 20
New York via Ancon.. Acapulco ...... July 20
Hilo ....'............•• Hilonian; ...... July 20
5eatt1e.................... Eureka.......... July 21
Nanalmo Thor-... Ju y 21
Portland & Astoria, i.. Northland - ..;.. July £\
San Pedr0......:.....- Roanoke ....;. July 21
Point Arena & Albion. P0m0.:.... July 21
Oyster Harbor ........ Uelanaw-^...... July 22
Humboldt ;......-...... F, A. Kilburn.. Ju y 22
San Pedro ;:...:....-. Chehalls ....... Ju y 22
Puget Sound Ports..... Umatllla :..... July 22
Seattle & Tacoma..... Ad. Sampson... July 22
San Diego & Way Ports President ...... Ju y 22
Grays Harb0r.......... Norwood ...... Juy 22
Han Pedro ............ Buckman ...... July 22
San Pedro !........... Redondo ........ July 23
Portland:& Astoria.... G. W. JElder... July 23
San Pedr0............. Nome City..... Ju y 23
Willapa Harbor ...... Daisy .......... July 24
Humboldt ............ State *of l Cal... July 24
Portland & Astoria.... Bear..:.. July «j4
San Pedro ............ Beaver ......... July 2*
Mendoclno & Pt. Arena Sea ,Foam .... Ju y 24
Coos - Bay ...... •••• •• M- P.' Pla°t... Ju y2t
Sal.-.Ccuz via S. Diego. Mexican ....... July 24
Puget Sound Ports..... Governor ...... July 24
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa .... July 25
Portland & Astoria.... Rainier ........ July 25 .
Grays Harbor ;....... Coronado ....... July 2o ;
Grays Harbor ........ Newburg ....... Ju y 2o
Honolulu Sierra ......... Juy 26
Honolulu Wllhelmlna July.2ff
\u25a0-: . -\u25a0 .;-;\u25a0 \u25a0.--\u25a0- TO SAIL' ' --\u25a0". :
-Destination . _ I Steamer | Sails | Pier j
July 20— - - I -. • - n
Grays Harbor ........ Tamalpals .. 2 pm .27
Srays Harb0r.......... Centralia ... 8 pm 21
Astoria & Portland.... Rose City... 12 m 40
San Pedro & Way, Ports Coos 8ay.... 4 pm 11
Mendoclno;&Pt. Arena Sea Foam... 4pm 4.
July 21 — ...
Astoria & Portland..... J. Poulsen.. 5 pm 19
Humboldt ............UState^of. Cal pm 11
Liverpool & Way Ports Am: Duperre 12 tn 19
Los Angeles Ports..:.. Hanalei .... 3 pm 10
Los. Angeles Ports..... Beaver ..... 9 am 40
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa. 11 am 9
.'July 22 —-: \u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0-*"'-.:. ""\u25a0<\u25a0"\u25a0 ::." '~;j['*'"' . \u25a0]'
Grays Harbor .:. :...'. Chehalis .... 2 pm ....
Astoria & Portland..... Shna-Yak ... 5 pm 27
Astoria & Portland.:... Roanoke :.. 10 am 13 ,
Los Angeles Ports..... Norwood ... 2 pm ....
;• July 23— -; :/ ." " - :y^ ' ' '--
Coos Bay ........:... Redondo .... .... ....
New York via 'Ancon.. Pennsylvania 12Um 36
N. York via Sal. Cruz. Nebraskan".. 10 am 127.
Puget Sound Ports..... President/ V. 2 pm : 9
Astoria & Portland..."?. Nome City.. 27
Los Angeles Ports..... G..W. Elder 5 pm 13
•July 24— ' ...•\u25a0\u25a0.:\u25a0.-"\u25a0-\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0•.-\u25a0\u25a0•-.,:;: ;•: : \u25a0•''\u25a0:,
Seattle &.'Tacoma.'..'.: Buckman ... 1 pm IO
I/»s Angeles Ports...;. Ad. Sampson 10 am 10
Point Arena & Albion. Porno ...... 6 pm .4
•July,25 — . . '-. \u25a0'-\u0084 ,to • <o
Humboldt ./...1...... F. Kilburn.. 10 am 13..
Astoria & Portland.*.:. Beaver ..... 12 m 40
San Diego & Way Ports Governor ... 4pm 9
Los Angeles Ports .Coronado ... lpm 21
July 26— r " . /
Japan & China...;./.. Asia ....... lpm 42
Puget Sound Ports..... Umatllf. ... 2pm 9.
Seattle.-&-Tacoma."...'. Bee. 1-.' 5 pm 38
Astoria & Portland.... Northland \u25a0".'. 5 pm 19
Los Angeles Ports..... Bear. ....... 9 am 40 ;
Coos 8ay..:.......,..'. M.', F.. Plantf 3 pm ....
. TO;SAIL FROM SEATTLE
Destination 'V | T Steamer. | Date
Skagway.& Way Ports. Humboldt ..'... July 20
Skagway & Way Ports. Cottage City..: July 20
Seidovia k. Way Ports. Bertha .;..:'..~. July 20
Nome & St. Michael.:. Mackinaw ..... Jnly 20
Nome & St. Michael;'.: Senator ;....... July,22
Nome & St..Michael..: Victoria; .: July 24
Skagway &,Way Ports. Spokane ....... July 26
.
San,v Moon f and Tide ; •
United States coast: and^ geodetic survey—^Time
and heights' of \u25a0 tides at Fort; Point. • For; city
front | (Mission street-wharf) add 25 minutes.
WEDNESDAY, JULY^ 20 > T
Sun rises '...:...:........;........... 5:02
Sun sets^ ..........................••......' 7:30
Moon sets ..'. ..:.. .V.:.... 3:00 fl. m.
Full jn00n.....;..... .....July 22, at 12:2S a. m.
Last quarter m00n........'.Ju1y..'.Ju1y 29, at a:25 a. m.
ITimel r ITimel r Timel- ".." Time
J"l?lL^Ft^FtiL-dFtlif^ Ft;:
20 . 4-12—0.6 11:49 4.21 3:46 3.4 9:38 5.7
21.. 4:50—0.6 12:28 -,4.3^4:35 3.8 10:20 5.8
22.: 8:32—0.0 -1:01 4.5 5:22 3.2 11:04 -"5.8
23.. 6:11—0.9 1:31 ; 4.5 6:08 3.2 11:49 5.7
24.. 6:43-^-0.7'2:03 -'4.8 6:59 / 2.9 '.
H-W L-W , H W L W '
25.. 0:38 5.4 7:30^-0.3 2:35 15.0 7:52 2.7
20.. 1:32 5.1 "8:14 r 0.2 53:10 r, 5.1 8:30 .2.8
U. S .-Branch'. Hydrographlc Office ,•, •
A branch of : the ' United * States hydrographic
office. -t located sin the Merchants', Exchange, is
maintained in San Francisco for. the benefit •: of
mariners. [ without ; regard to nationality and free
of expense. - Navigators [ are : cordially, invited 'to
vi*lt the ' office,' ; where i complete ; sets of . charts
and sailing ; directions of the ; world , are \u25a0 kept at
hand for : comparison : and - reference and • the
latest information can i always - be- obtained / re
garding 'lights, ; dangers to 'navigation: and mat
ters of interest', to ocean • \
: ' \u25a0 ' -...-'• .i..;-.- -'-'."\u25a0 - -:' ;"J.xC." BURNETT,';
Lieutenant, ;U. S.N., In charge., -
-U ;> Time ' Ball '4 .-
United States branch hydrographlc office. . Mer
chants.' Exchange, San Francisco, July
! \u25a0\u25a0 19,. 1910. \u25a0•"--.-'\u25a0-" \u25a0;\u25a0;•--,:' •\u25a0 >^' ."\u25a0'\u25a0 "\u25a0\u25a0 "." •\u25a0 : "-.--,:' --.-\u25a0
The time - ball <on the • roof , of r the Fairmont
. hotel was dropped . today . exactly ;at noon. Pa
cific standard; time r < 120 th' meridian), .or. at Bh.
00m.: OOS. Greenwich mean; J^V^urxeTT?-"
Lieutenant, U." S. N., in charge. ;
-'• HnTORbGRAPHIC ; OFFICE :";
.Depth \u25a0at mean low^water.'- entrance to harbor.
PLACE •\u25a0> | Ft.'; 1 ;Date T" ; Vv Remarks '\u25a0\u25a0:. ',''
\u25a0•>:\u25a0•• \u25a0'\u25a0-,\u25a0-. I : ' .-: - IS : feet. 'at ;' mean i low
Grays Har ;17 - June 10 . water in :to
:-.-., ,'...-\u25a0_ r--( : : \u0084-_.. \u25a0: j . . : ;:' H
wiiiana^ij^lMay^3ol^;;v^-vv..."...r::~ ;
Colum.-.-.8:|724-i iMay-'Zl'l-. 1:'.;1 :'.;^ •-•"•••". \u25a0"'.•\u25a0•'•... -..'.'^
Nehalm Rt S - IFeb."^ v2|Bar' buoy ; 200 yards N.
?\u25a0;.-•\u25a0/-,;-\u25a0<\u25a0 • I* I ;,-..;• I? channel. -. :\u25a0" :.\u25a0-\u25a0
Tillmk '8.1 f 9 Dec. - 17 Channel Shifted lv mile
.'V I \u25a0 -'-\u25a0 •'\u25a0•\u25a0•-'--"-•*-\u25a0\u25a0 south' In 1 gale Nov. 28.
..- . - - .-.\u25a0,.-. r T I \u25a0 -, " Nun' buoy,-;. No. .0 and .
Y aqulna B 12 Apr.', 19 " can bucy ! No." 3 . gone
*•>•{,\u25a0'\u25a0<\u25a0>\u25a0:<":'\u25a0\u25a0 :--"\u25a0•' \u0084;"-•:\u25a0 -i-- ••' adrift.""'-?* :-•.•\u25a0-.\u25a0 >.i-V'yr-'-*^i
Sluslaw : R|^4H|June ; 3|Channel going north.- --ir
Umpqua Rl ! 9' |May 31 Whistling^b v oynnot
•"\u25a0 ' .>. > 1..-"\u25a0I ..-"\u25a0 '.I . I : " - -"'- ' '"-" "\u25a0":' working;. welir-'-'-.-' \u25a0"\u25a0v.v.y
'.-,. .-; ~[. I \u25a0-- "-"-I 12 : feet ; ht; low i tide; to
Coos"Bay.Ulß l June . 3 -\u25a0 North " Bend ;?l2- feet
' /- \u0084-;•-, .-.---.; -Sat".low..tld«^o.2>lanh.'
:;: ; .:. ; ;- \u25a0]:.}.<\u25a0 I .-i.: ,;v:.y'- ;'f1>1i1.:;,..!/-v--: \u25a0- -- ..)\u25a0
Coquille-^RI J B.'lJune -l|Chauner straight. - ~ % .
Rogue ; R . 1-3 -i 1 Apr ; ,27 lChannel s shifting north.
Klamth: R|-: 0i] May i 15 Channel \u25a0 .^hif ting \u25a0 . to
:_.-.;.: _.-. ;.- ..- t .'. ,- ; ('.*. - :'; I .--;••: j-.a-'.::'. < southward. = :;. \u25a0'\u25a0 -.- \u0084---._\u25a0\u25a0
Hmbldt ; BlTlrMJune :. 2 lShoal r - 300 feet ,:-_ WNW.'
,- . i\u25a0\u25a0 1 ,m>. ;<. I \u25a0\u25a0 i ' :\ '\u25a0\u25a0•>'-; -.'*"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-• I v. black ! spar, buoy; - -- "\u25a0:\u25a0 .
s? Pedro ; Bl SO^lMajjjl |No / change 1 In ; channel."-
B~Dlcgoi B|~2B^ I Apr :? :-. 1 1 No . change *in channel •\u25a0?'
S ; Pablo B] 24 \u25a0 Dec. " i Depth ' in 'dredged chan
..•,.-. ..:-'\u25a0.\u25a0 [: .:•-• \u25a0;l^ -^ \u25a0-: ;vnel.: ! :t^,y^;f.u-: \u0084-j
-'\u25a0 :\u25a0\u25a0. ••'\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0"."' -\u25a0 f - ---\u25a0 •• '-•' ''\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-' -.\u25a0\u25a0' :-. '; : ;"V-f- ." \u25a0;.
v . - \u25a0\u25a0: ''\u25a0-.' \. " ! "vAj_" .'-.\u25a0'-;:.- \u25a0<•-.'---.:-•.•- \u25a0\u25a0-..-\u25a0 '•-' .- ','\u25a0
\u25a0\u25a0•> ", Change! of ; Masters V .-;;..'. \u25a0
; Steamer, Sea- * Witch— Old \ master^ BLS P.' j Ma'f^
shall ; ; new \ master.l S." B. 8 * Randalir'-tii;;:*; v^f; ; a'q
OWL master, .W. it.
i Lewis : r new roaster, ,N. R. "-• Carlsen.JMßßl^iai
f eS SchoonerMnnie t T*-^-Old i master,^Rj>Sw«n*tean ; <
|n«wf master.^ O3; Ortley.»^SSl^pHßSWl2*«BßßiJj
H' Enrollment^-Steame'r I Sehome,* H. 3 Potvln I nias-
Urr;SKteamer'l'Alvlra;« r A:iF.?>Edinifln:' master-"
: steamer \ Caroline, ' W; ; , G. Lcale u'ahlt'r-^^B|M(iu ' ahlt ' r -^^B|M(i
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
\u25a0'.- : '\ \u25a0 \u25a0"' ARRIVED \u25a0 :'V ; "'' : : ''\u25a0'"]
S^P'w^N*^'""-'-'- --Tuesday, July: 19.' ,'
: U S stmr" South Dakota, Smith, 13 ; days v from
Caiiao.\ \u25a0-\u25a0•-" -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0- >;: -\u25a0 v \u25a0 . '-\u25a0-'\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• - -«>« > ' :l
A : Stmr Lurline, : "Weeden, 6 : day s and .21 hours
from; Honolulu;, merchandise , to. Matson^naviga
tlon' company. ';\u25a0' : ' - \u25a0
\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Stmr,- Rose ' City— Mason, . 26 hours . from San
Pedro; passengers and merchandise. to San Fran
cisco and : Portland" .steamship .company. -.- ,' , : -'- ,
; Stmr t Brooklyn, \u25a0 Matson, 48 ;• hours from Re
dondo beach; ballast to H. Templeman.
1 Stmr r WhitUer, , Seaman,-,' 31 hours from Yen
. tnra ; oil ito Union ' oil company. \u25a0-; ,
Stmr Washtenaw, Graham, 22 hours from Port
San •-. Lois ; oil ' to Union ; oil \ company. \u25a0
--Stmr Fifleld, Jensen, 42 hours from Bandon;
530 M ft lumber to A. F. Estabrook. .
Stmr Mayfair,' Olson, s 62% hours from "Willapa
harbor; - 700 M ft - lumber to . Pacific box factory.
Stmr Olson & Mahony, Payne, 36 hours from
San Pedro; ballast "to -Olson. &'Mahony.. • -i
Stmr Claremont, Chrlstenson, " 64 .. hours from
Grays ' Harbor; .750 V M \u25a0 ft lumber to' Hlckman &
Masterson. \u0084.-..;--;-.:.\u25a0\u25a0; -\u25a0-.- '•-.-;. -
Stmr North Fork, ; Schllllnsky, 25 hours from
Eureka; 250 M ft lumber to the Charles Nelson
company, 178 head cattle to Roth, Blum & C 0 . . ":
- Stmr Pasadena, McGovern, 15 hours from Al
bion, . 400 ; M ft lumber to Albion " lumber com
party.- - -i -.. : - • -\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-.-•• ;.-•\u25a0•::•-.'\u25a0 .-\u25a0- - ; - ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- - : '- ; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
• . Stmr Jim •-. Butler, Olaen, 48 hours from Ta
com a ; 700 \u25a0 M ft , lumber .' to Olson & Mahony .
Stmr State of California, ;Glelow, 19^ hours
from •• Eureka; - passengers . and 'merchandise to
Pacific Coast steamship company. ;
Stmr Beaver, Kidston, 46 hours from Portland,
via : Astoria 37% hours; passengers and mer
chandise \u25a0 to \u25a0 San Francisco and ' Portland ' steam
ship company. -. . \u25a0 \u25a0 .- • "- ; \u25a0 '.":."
\u25a0 Stmr -Klamath, \u25a0 Jahnsen, 36 hours'- from San
Pedro;, passengers and ballast to Charles -R.- Mc-
Cormick. -, .-:... "-\u25a0'-.\u25a0 ..:\u25a0\u25a0.: \u25a0 -. - : |
•\u25a0 Stmr James S. Higgins, Eliasen, 15 hours from
Fort Brags, bound -south; put in to land; passen
gers.'-\u25a0'.'.•--\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 . "\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0--'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0;.-'\u25a0- - :-\u25a0•- \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0'
\u25a0 Br • ship Dartf ord, Mac Donald; 101 ' days from
Newcastle," Australia; 1,739 't0ns coal to Hind,
Rolph & Co. / t: ;
\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0-•\u25a0 • \u25a0 "cleared-; ': -^. ; vr, v.';v-i
Tuesday. July 19. ;
•Stmr Beaver. 'Kidston, San Pedro; . San ' Fran
cisco* and \u25a0 Portland' steamship I company.
.Stmr Xity- of 4*uebla." Johns tone. Victoria,
etc. ; Pacific Coast steamship company."- \u25a0'-. '
Jap -stmr r Chlyo Maru,, Greene, Hongkong,
etc. ; W. H. Avery.
SAILED
'. 'Monday, July 18.
Stmr Buckman, I Wx)od,;San Pedro. : '
t '/.-. •;\u25a0\u25a0:', . Tuesday,- July 19.
Stmr '\u25a0 Point Arena, Jacobson, Greenwood.
Stmr City of Puebla, Johnstone, Victoria, etc.
Jap stmr Chlyo Maru, Greene, Hongkong,. via
Honolulu and Yokohama. ' *' . ." » ,
• Stmr-M. F. Plant. , Burtis, Coos bay. .
\u25a0 Stmr Smith. Olsen. Coos bay.
/ Stmr Klamath. Jahnscn. Portland. * # -
.; Stmr James S; Hlggina. Hlgglns, j San Pedro.
, "". Stmr Gualala. Martensen, : Black point.
* Stmr Albion, Nyman, Stewarts point. \u0084 .
\u25a0\ Stmr F. A. Kilburn, McLellan, Eureka.
Stmr F., A. Kilburn, McLellan, Eureka. ;
:" Stmr. Jim Butler, v Olsen, San Pedro. \u25a0• ' .
Stmr Virginian, Greene, Honolulu, via ' Seattle
and Tacoma.":
' Stmr Yellowstone," Maro, Portland. -~ - , "
• Schr ' Melrose. .Murchlson, Puget sound.;
; WEATHER REPORTS . ,
POINT LOBOS, July -. 19, . 9 a. m.— Foggy ;
wind, ' West; velocity," 4 miles per hour." 12 m. —
foggy: wind. • west; velocity, ; fi miles per • hour."
-v. POINT h REYES, v July 19. i- » a. m.— Foggy;
wind, northwest; velocity, 10 miles per hour. \u25a0
" FARALLONES, July 19, ='. 9 a. m.— Foggy;
wind, northwest: 'velocity, 10 miles per 'hour.-
TATOOSH. July; 10. : 9 a. -xa.— Fosgy; wind,
south ; velocity,-; 10 miles per hour.
TELEGRAPHIC
" . POINT IXSBOS. July 19, 10 p." m.— Weather,
foggy;, wind, northwest; velocity, 10 miles per
hour.' ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;--\u25a0•
DOMESTIC PORTS
SANTA BARBARA— SaiIed July 19 — Stmr
Willapa.'- for. San Francisco.:
TACOMA— Arrived July 19— Stmr Montara,
from ' Seattle. - ' \u0084 ' <• \u25a0
Sailed July 19 — Stmr UjraattUa. for Vancou
ver, :B.' C. ; stmr Admiral Sampson, for j Belllng
ham; stmr Montara. for Seattle. \u25a0 . . -r .
WESTPORT*( Wash.)— Passed *In July. 18—
Stmr Coronado. \u25a0> hence July 15. ; July 19 — Stmr
Newburg, hence' Joly: 15. "\u25a0--~?i&;-;*z*-'t ' . \u25a0 I
-Sailed July 19-^-Schr Wawona. for San Dlega !
Barbound July 19 — Schr E. B. Jackson, schr i
Fred J. Wood. - _ r-,i:i
EVERETT— SaiIed. July 19— Stmr Tallac, for ;
San Francisco. ,'\u25a0"'. . j
PORTLAND— SaiIed July 10— US stmr York
town, for i San • Francisco. »- . - r
- SAN PEDRO— Sailed July IS— Stmr Argyll:
for ; San Diego; stmr Centralia. for" San Fran
cisco. -, • .\u25a0•;\u25a0 .-..-\u25a0. • -^"- \u25a0[\u25a0:\u25a0;\u25a0;- i .--, :_.--: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0
' Arrived July 19^Stmr i Temple 'E. r Dorr, from
Eureka: stmr Caplstrano.'-from Grays Harbor.
i .TATOOSH— Passed i out July • 19— Br ship El
ginshire,-, from 'r Victoria, 'for • Cape Town; stmr
. Ti verton, " : from ' Ludlow, 5 for San Francisco. - \u25a0
COOS BAY— Arrived July :19— Stmr Break
•water, from Astoria. "- : . . , .
EUREKA— SaiIed July. 19— Stmr Lakme,. for
San , Francisco: stmr?Ravalll, for San \u25a0 Francisco.
\u25a0 Arrived July 19 — Stmr San Pedro, hence July
18; i stmr" William .H.', Murphy, from: San Pedro;
schr I Azalea," from ' Redondo beach; " stmr laqua,
hence. July .18. .'-' ' ." \u25a0•-\u25a0'. -. *^.
LUDLOW— Sailed July 19— Schr Okanogan," for ;
San Francisco.' ' - -
i MOSS LANDING— SaiIed July 19— Stmr Noyo,
for San \u25a0 Francisco. .' - ; . .\u25a0 '• \u25a0 \u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0
. ASTORlA— Arrived .July : 19— Nor stmr Tita
nia, •; hence July > 16; schr Annie . M. Campbell,
from San : Pedro. • > :
:- WILMINGTON— Arrived July. 18— Stmr Re
dondo. \u25a0 hence . July 17: stmr ; Nome City, hence
July 16. -i via;. San \u25a0> Pedro.. .. ' -\u25a0. -
-.'• SEATTLE— Arrived r.Tuly lO^Stmr Maverlclc,
hence July •. 15 ; ;\u25a0 stmr ; Humboldt,": from Skagway ;
Br stmr' Oceano,- from Tacoma. :
Sailed July, 19— Stmr St. Helens.. for Nome.
» SEWARD— Arrived ? July,. 18— Slmr. Portland,
from Seattle. '"":\u25a0 " "•'\u25a0-',.*\u25a0 -
;- : WRANGELL— Arrived July 10— Rtmr Dolphin,
from Sitka. . - . *. -
: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u0084:. .-\u25a0..- EASTERN PORTS
NEW : YORK— Sailed ; July : 18— Stmr ] Ken
tucklan, for Puerto Mexico; stmr Panama," for
Colon. . - > . • ; ; •
ISLAND PORTS,
HONOLULU— Arrived; July 19— Br stmr. Mt
kura, from . Sydney, v for "- Vancouver. - •: •- • I
, - FOREIGN-PORTS
.' . HANKOW — In ! port ' July." -.1 Br stmr Baron
Ogilvy, if or 1 Puget- sound,- via 'Java. " " -';' v
Arrived July l^Br stmr Su
veric." from Yokohama. •\u25a0 -" : . "
: *> HONGKONG— Arrived July 19— Jap stmr Nip
pon: Maru, .hence 'June: 2l."" -.* "- • '. . . \u25a0
- • NOUMEA— Arrived . prior /July -. 18— Br " ship
Dunsyre, .from -Oregon;- captain «lck. • ' \u25a0
'YOKOHAMA— Arrived July 16— Br stmr Mont
eagle.;from .Victoria: 1 -*\u25a0"- •:\u25a0»• ~
ANTWERP— Sailed' July: 16— Br stmr Falls-of
Orchy." for ' Son ; Francisco. .-'• - "•. ' /
". : NEWCASTLE M Australia)— In port- June- 1 B—^
Br '; bark- Andromeda, -for Oregon; :Br bark For
f arshlre, * for : Oregon; Fr -bark 'General d> Bois-'
deffre, v for .-. Oregon : ' Fr •. bark jLa •. Fountaine,' ' for
San Francisco; Ger ship Llka." for San, Francisco.
i,. 1. .-4< -.OCEAN- STEAMERS , - "
; NEW YORK— Sailed i July. j'l9^-Stmr Nieuw
Amsterdam, for . Rotterdam ; stmr. Kronprinzessin
Cecille, ; for Bremen.;' ..w . -
:. Arrived - July 19— Stmr \u25a0 Kroonland, ,- from Ant
werp and Dover. ;• ' - ; -
.* PLYMOUTH— Arrived -July, 20— Stmr Oceanic,
from New. York,. for. Cherbourg- and Southampton.
: BOULOGNE— SaiIed * July ; 19— Stmr Noordam,
from^ Rotterdam, for 'New York.": • \u25a0\u25a0-' \u25a0- ' \u25a0 >
' TRIESTE! — Arrived - July \u25a0 15— Stmr ' Oceania,
\u25a0 from -'New 'York. ." \u25a0\u25a0.""" \u25a0\u25a0- -"-^ -'\u25a0; : \u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0'-'\u25a0\u25a0
. "ANTWERP— Arrived . July ,19— Stmr Vader
land, from New .York. -i '.' .-, ;
. COPENHAGEN— Arrived July 19--Stmr United
States. from; New iYork. ; ; ".
.BREMEN— Arrived" July 19-^Stmr, Kaiser Wil
helm der " Grosse," from. N«»w York.'
' -. LIVERPOOIP-^Arrlved | July \u25a0 19— Stmr < Maure
tania,; from New ; York. -VV* v . \u25a0\u25a0'-. - .':- ; (
* " Sailed ' Jnly 19— Stmr Ivernla.* for Boston. • \u25a0\u25a0:. .
vi QUEENSTOWN-=-Arrlved July \u25a0 19— Stmr . Fries
land." from " Philadelphia, 1 for r ; Liverpool. :?
-:.*. PERlM— Passed . July/" 19— Stmr * ProtesUaus,
from Tacoroa and Victoria, : via ; Yokohama, "•- etc.,
for * Liverpool.' - \u25a0-'\u25a0• -:\u25a0•\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0 < \>. •": \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0^-w\:.-.'; -.>•; •
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:-' HONGKONG-^Salled ; July -\u25a0 16— Stmr * Empress
of -'lndia, ': for via -Hiogo, Shanghai
and * Yokohama". 7 ; .
ST. MICHAEL-^Arrlved previous July 19—
Ftmr - Martha Washington, from • New York; for
Gibraltar, -\u25a0 Naples, etc. ;-;:,-:." t .': •! .-'• -
- Memoranda ;"
\u25a0•' ' LONDON.V July*? 10-^Br '.• ship ' Dunsyre, > from
Oregon for •\u25a0 Melbourne,": put \ Into \u25a0 Noumea • prior to
July "18 ? with ; captain t sick. - ' He , : had <to< be - re
moved Jto 5 hospital ; s operation \u25a0}- sneeesaf nl.'-^.-' Ex
pects*, to sail aboutji July 30 for i destination,* Mel
botirne. .'\u25a0..«'; '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ''-i \u25a0'\u25a0 "': : -'^^ \u25a0''.'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0".\u25a0.\u25a0. ?\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0/.;.-. '--. ; ' \ \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0,' -:.U.
( COPENHAGEN, - July S lo.— Ger i tank steamer
Standard,;;; from:" Philadelphia .with ) cargo '•\u25a0; of
petroleumi • took .' flre '. in * port I today.' \u25a0 After hard
flght the 2 fire was extinguished. -.-; Damage not
known. -\u25a0-•"\u25a0: ' '\u25a0-'.:. - : '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. ..--\u25a0\u25a0:'-. ;\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0-.--".- •,^ ;'•\u25a0 «*-C
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items:: of : Interest ; to - Mariners
of \ the Pacific
[Special ;'Dis^lc|i;to^rAeTCaM]- :
. ABEBDEEN," 1 * Jnly "• 19.— The "\u25a0, Robert
Erans," which : trrlred | Sunday^ from I Talara sbayv
Sonth. ' America,'! will *go\on •; the ! marine I w«ys jf or
a\u25a0\u25a0 tkorough I cleaning | and overhanling ; before load
ihgrf^Tbe ? Eyans.'ji in " command: of * Captain % Sell.'
has r met : wi th ' a I units of troublesome trials since
leaving { here & for c the I i Sonth , s American t port.*. c : It
experienced '\u25a0', rou/fh \ weather i nearly j all % the '.way,
down » and nearly,* rau ~out\ of , provisions jon > its
TfrtnTn?&:S--'~^ ?.'\u25a0•\u25a0?-? ?r ' -iK- ' % \-'- s y \u25a0":."-• .-' W- ''\u25a0'\u25a0>" :.l*
>fi The > steamer , Fair 2 Oaks is \u25a0 crippled by,> the loss
of i two I propeller < blade* i through t coming * in /con-"
\u25a0, tact twitb tal sunken f log ."?r Captains > coming i-into
; th«i harbor j complain i oti the ) careieiwness } of; mill
men I who i are ; flliing Uiie i harbor J with I then* ) logs,'*
whicU-,: in :. time t, be.-onie ; waterlogged • and dan %
: /. The fschooner yester
day." its destination being San Pedro. "
.*\u25a0 The s schooner E. BY Jackson, bound for Callao.
made several attempts to get over, the bar. -but
turned back. It -was successful in. getting safe
tow today. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"', V 4
-: : The steamers Coronado '\u25a0 and Newburg arrived.
The . schooners : Arlle and .\u25a0\u25a0 Wawona ' arc loaded
and will get-away, tomorrow. -
" " LOS I: ANGELES, Jnly 19.— Arrived— Steamer*
Caplstrano..from- Aberdeen; ; steamer Temple : E.
Dorr. " from 1 Eureka ; . steamer J. . J. Loggie. . from
Eureka; '.steamer- President, v : from Seattle;
steamer Buckman, \u25a0 from* Seattle." - •^j£«^jOß« rsf<fcSr sf<fcS
\u25a0Sailed — Steamer Banoke. for Portland; steamer
Samoa, for Caspar; schooner, Sehome, for Grays
Harbor. SKBBHSBHHBMnBBMi
SEATTLE,- July 19.— Arrived— Steamer Mav
erick, from San Francisco; steamer Humboldt.
from Skagway; steamer Cottage City, ~ from
Skagway; r schooner Eric, \u25a0; from Eagle harbor;
British steamer Oceano.' from Tacoma.
~ Sailed— Steamer St. "Helens, for Nome: steamer
Delhi.* for sound \u25a0 ports; . steamer Admiral Samp
son.'- for San '- Francisco; \u25a0. steamer: Northland, for
Sitka: United States steamer Albatross, for Van
couver, B.''= C." . . ' '
POKTLAND, July 19.— Arrived— Schooner Inca.
from HonolulaJ*aM9HjAMigMßtfk!agaaiS£^,'%- r^
Sailed — United States steamer Yorktown. for
San ; Francisco; steamer Golden Gate, for Tllla
mook; steamer" Sue , H.\ Elmore, for Tillamook ;
steamer Itosecrans, for Sao Francisco; \u25a0 steamer
Stanley Dollar, for San Francisco; steamer Ta
hoe, for Aberdeen; steamer Casco, for San Fran
clsco7 .
' ; PORTLAND. July 19. — The sailing schooner
Inca, which reached Astoria . yesterday in ballasb
from Honolulu,', arrived up at Llnnton this morn
ing to discharge ballast preparatory to going. to
the mills of the Inman Paulsen company to load
lumber for New Zealand." '
' Deputy ; Collecto r Customs R..F. Barnes to
day signed a' crew : for the American bark Pac
tolus, - which . is about 1 ready to depart for , Cape
Town with a cargo of lumber. The cargo of the
Pactolus measures 1,200,000 feet and consists of
flr: timbers.". --It cleared . through the collector of
customs' office this afternoon.
.; Steam schooner Shasta arrived this afternoon
to load lumber for San Francisco.
"Steam schooner Coaster cleared today for Saa
Francisco with 350.000 feet of lumber.
--'" Lighthouse- Inspector J. M. Ellicott has been
assigned to the duty of supervising construction
and repairs In this district. This was formerly
done by the United States engineers.
' Captain Astrup will have command of the
steamer Golden Gate, plying between Portland
and Tillamook. P.- Pedersen goes as first mate.
The steamer is scheduled to sail tonight.
: Steamer George, W. Elder arrived here yester
day from California ports.
Steamer Eureka is due to arrive here tomorrow
from Eureka:
ETJEEKA,; July 19^— Schooner Asella arrived off
the bar: from Redondo late this afternoon and
will load . redwood lumber at Carson's mill for
the return trip.
\u25a0 Arriving from ' San Pedro this afternoon was
the Pacific lumber company* steamer W. H.
Murphy. It will. load lumber at Fields Landing
for Wilmington.- .
i Bringing mail from San Francisco, the steam
schooner laqua crossed in at 5 p. m. today. It
will load lumber at Arcata and cattle at this city
for San Francisco.
Steam schooner Son Pedro arrived from San
Francisco early this evening to load lumber cargo
at Little River for the return trip.
At ; 10 a. m. today the Charles Nelson com
pany's steam schooner Lakme departed for San
Francisco with redwood lumber loaded at Arcata
wharf.- . * -
The Hammond lumber companj's steamer Ra
valll, departed for San Francisco at noon today
with lumber from Samoa. ' ' \u25a0' ,
- Power schooner Katata cronsed out for- the
Klamath river, fisheries late this morning. "
ASTORIA, July 19.— The four masted schooner
Annie M. Campbell. -1C days from San Pedro, ar
rived today and will load lumber for a return.
- The steam schooner Shasta, which has taken
On a partial -cargo of lumber for San Francisco
from Knappton. has left up the river to finish
loading. , \u0084
• The gunboat Yorktown. which has been in the
Columbia : for several days, sailed today for
Puget sound. ,-i-f
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
. Homeland company to Anders Boe, lot 33, black
6, Sunnyslde; $10. .
-. Ducas company, to Sallie S. Carmany, lot in S
line of Wieland gtreet, 125 W of Edna. W 75 by
S 112:6,. and one other piece; $10. -
Richard O'Connor and wife to Samuel G. Buck
bee, a fourth interest in lot-in SW line of Spear
street, 229:2 SE of Howard. SE 45:10 by SW
137:6; $10. - .... .
1 : Domenico> Galletta and wife to Anna Brink
haus. lot In W line of Shfader street, 25 S of
Alma avenue, S 23 by.W 100> $10.
Charles >W." Johnson ant] .wife to L. ' H. Moise,
lot 24», gift map 3; $10. ,
Fred ; Krahenbuhl to Adolph. Hlntermans, lot
at NE corner of Forty-first I avenue and L street,
N 100 by E9O; $10.
..Union trust company . of San Francisco to
Mount Zlon' hospital, -lot at NW corner of Post
and Scott streets,- W 137:6, N 110, W-55, N 27:6,
E 192:6. S 137:6;. 510. -
: "Homeland company to Ellen B. Blshop^-lot 10,
block 21, Sunnyslde; $10.
"\u25a0; Hilda .M. c Anderson to Charles E. Anderson.
lot in SW Hue of Eighteenth avenue South, 150
NW of H street, NW.75 by SW 100; 310.
Jacob Weissbeln and wife to Mrs^M. P. Los
kay.. lot in E line of Twenty-ninth .avenue,' 150
N of A street, N 25 by E 120: $10.
Andrew Berg to Thomas F.Quinn, lot 17, block
X, Park Lane tract 3; $10. .
;• ; Parkslde . realty company to Minnie Lovlna
Cooke, lot In N line of Taraval street, 57:6 E
of Twenty-fifth avenue, E 23 by N 100; $10.
••\u25a0 Locke- Paddon company. to Metta Brace, lot In
S line of Elizabeth street, 93 E of Bellevne, E
30 by 564; $10. _
• Lucy K. Flske to Charles J. H. Schultz. lot in
W- line of Twenty-first avenue, JSO S of Geary
street. S 50 by W I2O; $10. "
Henry J. Oh 1 sen and wife to Charles Ersepke
and wife,: lot in- W»-llne of Anderson street,? 23
Sof Jefferson," S 25 by W 70; $10.
' Harriet R.iMcDougall to Mlnora.S. Kibbe, lot
in S line of Thirty-second avenne, 125 W of I
street. W 25 by S 100; $10. - -
:. Louis M. Crawford to. Carl H. Burg, lot 25,
block 37. Rels tract; $10.
Boston Investment company to Frank O. Stall
man.* lot ' In .E : line of Twenty-first avenne, 173
N of Lake street, N 23 by E 120; $10. -
.Peter H. Olsen to Christine Olsen. half of lot
In S line of r Flood ' avenue. 100 E of-Genesee
street, E 23 by S 112:6; $10. . V
Morris Strange to Anita C." Strange, lot In E
lin« of. Pond street, 137:6 Sof Sixteenth,- S 25
by E- 68:0; gift." "
Ophelia Gunst to Arthnr Attridge. lot In-W
line of- Shrader. street, 100 S of Fulton, S 25 by
W- 106:3; $10. - \u0084
- Charlw I^evy.and wife to Julius J.' Koenfg.' lot
in S line of Hermann street, 135:3^ E of Stei
ner. E 25:11% by. S 94:3^; $10.
Richard -C. Harrison ;et al. to Elizabeth P.
Street, lot In •• SE • line of Porter avenue, 229:4
S"W, of ';Worden avenue, SW 31: SE . 53:3^ to
Mission street. -NE 31:7 H. NW SS:IOVi: $1O. :
\u25a0r Wilfred : M. : Goudey . to Bertha , Goudey. • lot In
W line of . Alabama street. 110 Sot Twenty-first,
S 25, W 100, "N 10. E 50, N 15,' E 50: gift. ;
\u25a0>." Jacob Heyman company to Samuel W. Morgan,
lot 202,* gift map 1; $10. .
\u25a0 Real 'Estate and Development company to Vin
cenzo Cardinale, lot in . W line of - Arkansas
street. 141 N of Twenty-third, N 23 by JW 100;
grant./ , '- : - . .'. \u25a0' '-' : --\u25a0\u25a0••"' \u25a0•-\u25a0'- .\u25a0 -
' T.-S. Kates to George TVlndeler, lots 1930 to
1934 and 1950 to 1954. gift map 4; $10.
"^etty Marshall ; to . George .F. Brenner. - lot in
W line of Twenty-fifth arenue,' 150 N of- Clement
sjreet. N-2S by W 120; $10. '
'\u25a0 \u25a0 J.- 80008187 et al. . (executors Morris SlminofC.
deceased)'- to -RlTer*. Brothers, lot In N line of
Golden : Gate arenue,' 192:6 W- of Taylor street,
W 65:9 by. X 137:6; $79,000.
\- Elizabeth; C.- Richardson 'et al. to Gertrude I.
Lichtftnsteln.'; lot in E line of \u25a0 Fifteenth avenue,
100 N of I street. N 50 by^E 127:6; $10.
Building: Contract*
. .Ignatz'Stelnhart with Sartdclus company—Ele
rator. grill- work "and -passenger 'and. freight car
for building. in N line of Sutter street, 137:6 E
of : Hyde," E 78 by N 137:8; |2,000. v. i-
r J Thomas; Smith with; McKenzie."& -Plnkerton —
To erect a .three story, and basement frame bnild
lng'ln E line of Dolores street, 103 S of Liberty,
525 by E 92:6; : $8,300.' . - ;\u25a0
„ H.^and " J. 'Joost with C. --R. Howes— To "erect
an 'apartment 'building -in E line of Jones street,
103. N of Jackson. T N 37.by E 100; $10,375.
! The * Rialto building .. with * Otis eleTator .'com*
1 pany — Four * electric -• passenger . eleratora and
| three : hydraulic ' sidewalk J elevators for building
!In New, Montgomery street: 'slS."99. \u0084 '"\u25a0-',"': \u25a0
i --Lorenz H. % and Henrietta M.""Hansen with O. A.
' Craemer— To \u25a0 erect ' a three \u25a0 story, and basement
frame building (flats) in S line of Page street, 1
137:8 Wof ' Scott. 25x137:6; $8,370. - r- <\u25a0 V
s - Gilmonr,-: & ' Johansen . with \u25a0M. - A. c Flnnila—
Brick ~ work, t plastering,"'- fire ;walls, I' chimtieys,
flues ; and 'brick j mantels for;a three. story, brick
I buildings (flats); In Ellneiof Lc*Tcnworth street,
! 91:8, N. 0f Geary; $1,900. •';
r:t Caroline • Saletxke with J. . E. Shani and VT. F.
I Conter— All j work t except ;. phjmbtng \u25a0\u25a0 f or '- a ' three
«tory *; frame l i building : in « N t lbac •of ; Fifteenth
171 W of, Noe, by N 115: $6.455. , -
I : i- Angelica ? F. . Pedrlni ; and Josephine \ P.' Simpers
\u25a0 with • Brutcher : & : Serna — All .work < except plumb
\u25a0 lng.x sewering ; and gas j fitting ? for a ; three story
; frame building |Id S line lof Sacramento I street,
\u25a0 165 E of.Larkin."-27:6x137:6;'54.945. -----
. Same i with } George. F.,; Bernard— Plumbing for
! same;! $1,056.- ; -*
-\u25a0' r'-' '?..''.-\u25a0 ;\u25a0-'\u25a0"--'; — : — i ;—; — :—:: — :: — \u25a0
: ATTORNEtTdENIES DECEIT-^Attoniey D: A.
1 ;V[ Curtin. 11 - for '.whose "\u25a0: removal : from ?i the post jof
!r^admlnistrator;of, the estate of. Albert J. Brown j
"Jj'apetitlon'.was'made^toithe'superior conrt-by ;
-" 1 Eva ; -2 Brown,"* the .•* widow,*' yesterday •' filed - an
.*" • answer •\u25a0 denying 4 ?that * he •« bad i misled "-'- Mrs."
;;« Brown.'i; He < stated ? that i the _| widow * told \u25a0 him
1 ..' vthat - ehe I knewjhlmf to be a aif.n . of . splendid
i 5j repntatlon ? and «» that ». she f wished ' him • to "\u25a0 ad-_
i H minister ! the | estate ' in ] preference ! to • all \u25a0 other
S ; persons. '\~ He iwas \u25a0. appointed ( by . : Judge ; Coffey;
i-i< upon ! Mrs.l Brown's \ written . request. > and ; states
?."i that I the * procedure Jwas ; f ully i explained ; to ; her
?."' and. she knew; Just what -ohe, was. tloinc.^Curthj
\u25a0 ',FByB-:h(»'-!>oW ra "barber s- shop Tin -^Derisaflero
\u25a0; \u25a0 street i because U» was losing i $3 or \u25a0 $10 a day.
AJUCTIONSALES
AT AUCTION
Wednesday, July 20.,
100 head Horseshoe Bar Brand Mir«*. \u25a0weliht
from 1.100 to 1,400 pounds. The beat . booed
and beat bred atock on the coast. Also 34 aea<
of 2. 3 and 4 rear old Moles, from 930 ta 1,200
pounds. \u25a0
Sale will take place at Boran't Sals Yard.
lOtb and Bryant «t»., at 11 a., tn.. BESsi
WEDNESDAY. JULY 20.
WESTERX HORSE MARKET.
E. STEWART A. CO.. Anetlonteri.
SALE £g£^
WED XESDAT. July 20. il a. m...43 head of ali^
purpose bones. 62 all kinds of wagons, boggles
and carts. 3T sets of harness. 331 4th it.. Oik-
land. -t
CROWD SEES FIVE
CHIEFS RAISED UP
Public Ceremony of Red Men
Attracts thousand to Com*
. mandery Hall
An interesting and unusual event in
Redmanship was the joint public "rais
ing up" in Golden Gate Command«ry
hall of the elected and appointed chiefs
of five local tribes of the Improved
Order of Red Men in the presence of
more than 1,000 persons.
Those who were to be Inducted tn
office were all attired in Indian cos*
tume, as were also the raising 1 up chiefs
and. seated around the council brand
under the shadows of the tepees, th«y
presented a. picture that Frederic Rem
ington would have delighted to trans
fer to canvas.
To the music of the tom-tom the
chiefsof Altahornas tribe No. 37. with
J. Harry Hutaff as sachem, entered the
council chamber, of the long house, and
in the ceremonial form of the ritual
opened the council. After an invoca
tion to the Great Spirit by. a prophet
in white and with long white hair, the
great rneshinawah was announced. Ha
carried a "speaking Jeaf" on~which was
inscribed a message from the great sa
chem conveying the information that
he and his chiefs were in the forest
ready to raise up the new chiefs for
the five tribes of his brothers.
WELCOME CEREMONY
The sanaps of the council were di
rected to accompany *the great- chief
to the forest and then escort the great
sachem and his chiefs to the council
brand. When they approached "the
light that glowed"* they were welcomed
in a short talk by Sachem Hutaff. and
after a reply by Deputy Great Sachem
Phelan, acting in the place of the
great sachem of the reservation. «ach
squatted around the flre and each in
turn smoked the calumet, or pipe of
peace, after which the acting jjreat sa
chem gave a long talk to the elected
and appointed chiefs, who- were all at
tired in varicolored Indian blankets,
beaded costumes and feathered head
dress. He spoke of the responsibility
and the duties they were about to as
sume and urged them to work faith
fully for the organization.
They. were then escorted to. the cen
tral fire and in turn, according to rank,
each set of five was obligated and in
structed, after which they were con
ducted to their respective stations- to.
'.the sound of low, weird music. After
the guards of the forest had been in
ducted, the chiefs of Montezuma tribe
No. 77 took charge and exemplified the
closing ceremony of the order.
The raising tip great chiefs were:
J.'J. . Phelan, great sachem. . .
Martin 1 Elssler. great senior sagamore.
John Donohue. great junior sagamore.
' Frank Graham, great prophet. \u2666"
E. H." I.ehnlnz. great chief of record*. .
. r -TV". J. Ulais'lell. great collector of. wampum.
M. B. Ryer. srreat sanap.
. W. 11. McLanghlin. great meshinawa.
NEW CHIEFS IX OFFICE
- The elected chiefs, who are to serve
the respective tribes for the current
term, are:jßfißß»|
Modoc No. 57— W..M. McElwain. prophet;
Louis J. .Younjr. sachem; F. W. Plant, senior
sagamore: C. J. Humbert. Junior sac-amore; M.
T. Hobart. chief of records: W. E. Miller. k«?eper
of wampum; Otto A. E. Schmidt, collector of
wampum.*
Ar» pa hoe No. 76 — J. Amber, prophet; LT. J.
Moran. sachem; H. . U. Hemett. eentor naa > »
mere; H. Hendricksoa. juaior sagamore; Jacob
Fowzer. \u25a0 chief of record* ; R. H. Vandleben.
keeper of wampum; J. Sime, collector of . wam
pum. . -
' Monteznma No.-77-fK. Miller, prophet: T. N.
Plflse. sachem; C. O. Miller.* senior ftajramnr*:
J. W.. Frazler. Junior sagamore; W. . T. Jewell,
chief of records; R.- L- Lincoln, keeper of wam
pnm: \V. H. McLauKhlln. collector of wampum.
. AltahmosNo. 87 — Georjre Knauft. prophet: A.
W. Kampfschmldt. sachem: Roy Steele. senior
sagamore; T.- G. Jacobus. Junior jjzim'T": T.
F. Hardy, chief of records: W. J. , Biaisdell,
keeper of. wampum; J. Harry Hutaff. collector
of wampum.' :* \u25a0 .
' Sakima No. 210— Carl Troppmann. prophet;
Martin L/Halnes. sachem: F. 8. RobDtn?. s«nlor
sagamore; A. - Schlesselmann. junior sasa more;
H, G. Watroos, chief of records; J. B. Goodwin,
keeper, of vampwM, and Charles Enkel, collector
of wampom.j*ggCMßß
The ceremony of the evenlng'was fol
lowed by a ball till a late hour. \u25a0
BERKELEY RESIDENT
ICHOSEN AS DELEGATE
.; \BERKELET, July 19.— S. J. .Mathewa,
a .member: of Oakland typographical
union No. 36 and a resident of this city, -
has been- chosen delegate, to the' fifty* .
sixth annual convention of the Interna
tional typographical union, which will
be held in Minneapolis August 8. Math
ews will start east on a special train
carrying . the : delegates, who will . en-?
deavpr, to bring "the xonvention to San
Francisco next year.
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