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Sonera for first cboice esjrs. Wholesalers show, aa
I sclloat'ca to stand firm and demand 40c per
<:a=ca for ejgs. -
Potatoes, Onions nnd Vegetables!
BusiseES In -the vegetable market was rather
quiet during the early tradlcg perlwl yesterday
liiorr.lng. h^ut there wfis come active advance bay
j icg for wcok end wants later in • the day. Re
0 oeipts cf n:ost descriptions, • while ample," were
1 comparatively liglrt, and prices were steady as a
tule. Tomat'jo?, cucumbers; piimmer squash and
preea corn wf re tmoag the bt'-st selllnji descrip
tions. I.'m» beans were la loss excessive supply
Id a little firmer as to values. Potatoes and
ious were unchanjred.
Potatoes — River wtit«>s. 7.*ic<2sl per ctl; Sa
las Ecrlianks. $1.40^1.50 per ctl; tweet pota-
Ctt, $l.i>s(t2 per etl.
Onions — No^- yellow, &[email protected] per ciL'
VcsciaWcs — Gret-'u cora. $1.25Q2 per sack;
rr.ato?s. ZOQTZc per box for caoice; green I>ey.
"iCe per lb; titrilig beans. "5(3.5c per lb: lima
a:ui. *;4|.">H'C p<r Ib: t.ucjmcr squash. "»o©Cjc
r box: epj.Tlcr.t. if»SMV: !«t.l>ox: preen pep
r:;, :is^"K;c i«r !x»x: earlic. 2",4sf'{c per Il>:
libago. 'JOcfJJi per ctl: cucumber*. O)ffC«>>c per
\; cauliflotv-ur. per <Jorca; turnips. [email protected]
c per sack; carrels. OJ4i7'iy i>cr rack; grceu
ru. oOfaiOc per bos.
Dcciilunm and CUrW Fr!ii«.%
IT-.* fruit market iras iacumbcred vrrth trashy
orrcrin*:s of several descriptions yesterday and
conditions were geacisily unsatisfactory . to tne
uell!ng iatercsts. Al»..u: 2.1100 b-jscs of nuimejr
aieloas cacio fa from the river on top of a be * T5T 5
rarryovpr. ar.d rs tlic traOc was well supplied
•.rices were v.-eah as.i Irregular. IVsches were
In overfopply. Small bo.\i-s cf wrspped *ree
tton«»s were offtring at lew rates snd there was
lordly p.i:y ssle fur undesirable <l!iij:6 in lues,
•A-Licfa forcjc-1 a l£r?e pereeotaxe of the arrivals.
Three tior lag Imic* from Ssnta Clara county
slone settucd io be wanted, prapes con
tinutni ii» tnor»" «iff well at ntiMttCXOtj rates,
v.Uile ail other varieties draxSeJ at easy figures.
The douiitnU lor wine grapt-s showed some Ini
proverßCiit aad prices did a little better. Ber
ries end Its*, irere both In ajcple Bupply. with
v^iucs eaey. Quiuccs, prunes, »r>fi2es a*id pears
ajoretl «ff Trcll.
•Sirav/i^rrics — $3^is per cbest.
K*>.Kpb«-rr!r>s — $-'i<'.i7 per chwt.
iilack-berrie*— sGt?7 per cliest.
llucklcb<>rrics — »QSc per lb.
Apple* < per bos)— raacy red, $1G1.5O: other
fancy. P0p?351.25; ecramen to choice, [email protected] < oc
I 'oars— Bsrtlctts. J1.73<22 i>er box; other Ta
rifU^s. r>ocCis3 per bos. j
Cr-Jicrer — Tsc<&Sl per bo-c.
Peaches— S-r.aU bosca, 25G^0c; large bszes,
<CS75c; carriei-s, 60e.
i'ruacs— !>:Ql.!s r-er crcte.
F;ps »per drawer) — Black. [email protected] ordi
nary acfi 75cSS*. for large river boxes; white,
2i*^r<*<-.
Melons — Nutmeg melons. 40*5GT»c per box; can- :
ta'-oupw. $1.75(^2 per crate; watermeloas, $1.25
*jj2 per dozen.
Grspcs — Crates, snQ7sc for Isabella ami 50*?,
r.sc for otter varieties: f-eae.ll boxes, 25 (g 50c;
l=rgr boxes rr.cscat. [email protected]»c: tckay. 60g&5c;
?-»-ec:ie«s. O0c«5$l; black, 40!SC5c; wlae grapes, ;
S-SS/lo r»er ton.
Citrcs Fruits -<per box)— Taleurla. oreages,
5-X5024 for choice aad [email protected] f«r srandard;
prapetruit. $3^3.50 for seedless vsad' $l€l-o0
for cosjaion; letaoas. [email protected] for fancy. [email protected]
4.16 f»>r cboic* and $2.5033 for standard; Mexi
can llmi-s, SG.SOG7. '
Tropical Fruits — Bananas. [email protected]*«> per
bench lor Hawaiutr. aad Jieslcaa. $2^3 for
Central Americia; piaeap3»2c«. •[email protected] per \
uoeea.
Dried Km It*. RaUinit, >"uts aad Honey
Fruits— Erapyrated Apples. [email protected]*ic; fancy, SQ
*>We; apricots. [email protected]: fancy Moorparks, 13%
«8!4c; peaches. £-466^; fancy, 7®7«4c;
pruaes. new c.-op, SUQS'iic net to jrrowers In
tin- country, with l^c rremium for 30s and ?4e
j>r<>iaic3i for 455; fdys. 4ii<g4^c for black and
[email protected] for white: i>ears. S^QlSc.
Raisias — New crop layers, clusters — 6 crowa,
52.50: r\ crptrn. $2: 4 • crown. $1.60; 3 crown,
$1.^5: 2 crown, $1.15: eeeded. s»[email protected] for choice
ur.d C'-igti'-ic for fancy; Thompson's seedless.
43% c for tinblcfcbed and 714 c for bleached; loose
muscatel. 4 »wn, s*^; 3 crown. sc; 2 crowa,'
4^c; eeedlPsW "%€>*v*c; new raislas, 3©4 cia
kweatbox at Fresno.
Nut* — Aliaoa(ls. nonpareils. !6V4c: IXL. 15Uc;
M p!sib ultra. 14 3 rf: peerless. 13>ic; Drakes.
;."-c; lscgucdoes. I2r; bardsbell, feVjc; shelled al
moaHs. 2S*^32c; . walnuts, 13c per lb for No. 1
s-ofisbe!;*.. Sc for Nc. 2 do; pecans. 14V>Qi
15o: -.-?n;::*. 4 1 ,[email protected]; jiine nuts. l£@2oc per lb.
Iloney — \V3tfr white comb. 10<gl7c; white do,
I2<jl2H>c: am!)«?r do. 10<3lle; extracted. SUta
r»c for white. 7g.?>c for ligiit ar2ber"and~sV>(a
«He p«^r ib for aaibrr.
fcwwi- 27HQZUC por lb for light and 23©
ISc for dark. fc
Poultry and Game
Rerripts of poultry were light yesterday, as is
usually Use ras« on Friday, but the demand was
'\u25a0><.'>.- and the market remained eary for pen
rrkl offerincs. KPc^ivers reported a firm feeling
in rasl!. young chickens, but they were trilling
in sbade the quotations nearly everything
ols<» on the list.
Poultry (per dozen) — Hens. $5(^5.50 for small.
$C(g.7 for large and $&@9 for extra; . young
roosters, $0(4.7: do extra. [email protected]; old roosters.
$5^5.50; fryers, $4.30^5; broilers, \u25a0 $3..V)'34 for
larpf, f3(5i>.50 for tQediura and [email protected] for
«-::ij>;i: ducks. $C(g:f>: pigeons. $1.75^2; squabs,
tlSO&i feese. *2fe2.5a p«r piir.
Game (per dozen)— Nominal. -
Beans and Seeds
Be&as (per ctl) — Netr ba.vos.^s; old small
tvbito. *3.53<&4.10: Urge white. $3.7504: nink
56& C.25; red, 56&6.10; new blackeyes. $5 asked;
liiaa. $4.45^4.50: red kidneys, nominal: cran
berry beaus, 54.40C5-i.60; garT«ua*s, [email protected];
bort* beant. new, *1.?5g2.15.
Seeds — Brown mustard, -4 i£c; yellow mnetard,
flaxseed, s^ssUc; canary, 3ijfe3»ic; tl
falfa, [email protected]; rap<», lg;2*ic; tlaotiy. 7%e;
laen:p. S(Ji3--ic: millet. 2%c per Ih.
Dried Peas— Green. ;[email protected] per ctL
Flour and Farinaceous Goods
Flour— California family extra*. $5.8086.20
cet without discount; bakers' extras, Js.So!ai
6.20; Ecperfine, [email protected])0; Oregon and Wash
lngtca. per bbl. f.r,,fi 5.25 for family, bakers' and
patents acd 54.25&4.50 for cutoff; Kansas pat
ents. $6.70: do straights, $6.50; Dakota patents
f7.«0; do straights. $7.20; do clear. $8.60 per bbl'
Farinaceous Goods-p-Buck wheat flour. $4; buck
wheat flour. 6elf-ras6ing. $4.50: bcekwheat groats
f*; ccra meal, yellow $3, white $3, extra cream
yellow, 53.25, extra cream white, $3.25: corn
flour, *".- crack-Mi wheat. $3.30; entire wheat
flour, t^a.2o; rariaa. $3.60; graham flocr $3*
homiay. large $3. small $3. -rraaulated $3; oat
tn*al, $4.23; do treats, $4.25; pearl barley. $4.20
rice floor. ?6; rolled cats, $4.25; rolled wheat
$3.30; rye flocr, $3.23; rye meal. $3.10; split
pea*, yellow $5. green $6.50; extra cream rolled
oat*. ISO lbs $7.50, 90 lb sacks. $7; rolled flakes
180 lb bbls $5.75. 2 90 lb sacks. $5.23; rolled
wheat, 150 lbs $i.75. 75 lb sacks. $4.25.
Hay and Feedstuff*
Bran is qcoted eoaexrtat higher. There Is no
chance in the bay situation.
Braa— s2fi®27 per ton for white and $24 for
rea. r
MidSlicgs— sS3&34 per ton.
Shorts— [email protected] per ton.
Fe^tai-R— Uoii** barley. $22«|23; rolled oats
for feed. $30; mixed feed, $25(326 for aver
«Ce lou; Unseed oilcake meal, .SO tons $40. 10
tons *tO.3<>. C tons $41. smaller lots $41.50: co
coanut cake or meal at mills.' $25.50 in 20 aad
3 0 and $26 In 5 ton lots; JobMn*r. $26.50; corn
taeat. 536537: cracked corn. $36©37; alfalfa
rnes!. carload lots $IC. jobtlng $17; red star al
falfa meal. $1C in car lots and $17 jobbing; Mo
desto nlfalfa ciesL $13.50 in car lots and $17
JobbiEg; Stockton mealfalfa_ $1« in car lots and
•17 jcbblug; Caproco oilcake oicaL* $16.50 per
ton.
Uat— Wheat. $7012.M: wheat and oaC [email protected]
H : ., Um * O4t i $7fii1.50; tolunteer wild oat.
.sC.so«i'j; aUCaUa. [email protected]; atock bay. $506.50
per ton. - - - \u25a0
6tr»w — 23Q60e ptr bale.
Rides, Tallow, Wool and < "fiopsi
• Hides — Cnlli and brands sell aboat. HCHe
ender quotat.oa.s; h»avy salted steers, io^>c;
light medium. Jt^c; light, tic; cowhides. 'sc;
eiass. 7c; 6alted kip. lO'^c: 'salted veal, 10c;
tslt*d calf. lCc; dry hides. IS:; dry salt hides,
13c; dry kip. 17c; dry calf. 23c: 6beepsklne
taearlincs. 25^i40c eadt; saort wool. «jtfi7oc;
tcediura. 70CjOoc; lo=ff wool, [email protected]; lambs
20?z.'.0c: horseiildes. salt. ?2.23«|3 for large and
1 1.00^,2 for meulnm, [email protected]$l for steal: and 2o«
60c fc-r colls; horsefcide*. dry. $2?j2.25 for large
end S1.1&&2 for medium. oOc<[?sl for email and
tSUtiOc for colts; goatskins, prime angoras, 75e
&$1; large ba'.r gcaia, medium. CQit
. SOc; tmall. 5&1:*. T-- - .
£ Ttliow— No. 1 readcred. Z%&&Ke: No. 2. 4
** G'p; rrease. 2<a2%c. \u25a0 -.--
Wool— Sprits clip. San Joac.uln. year's staple,
e<ailc; fi'j S mouths, 7QUc; nortiicrn, Sonoma
- fiiiti Meminrtno. ISJiSOc; -Ilus:boldt." COc- asked*'
' Nerada. l3Qi(ie per Ib.
Fall clip— Mountain fice. 0311 c; northern and
. rsiiey. .f/lOc: Sau Jotquin fell and lambs, 7<Q
iOc: do d<-f-vrire aaJ htaty. s<i£7c per lb.
Hoj>s — California. 10C-3 crop. uominaUOresoo.
•oaiiiial; crcp of 1010. li^eiCHc per lb.
<ienerssl SJcrcliandUie ;
Bass— firila baj-5. "»*sSS'/4-c: Ssa "- Ooe2t!n
tag*. 3*,Jc: wool bags, 27:^c fur 3"4 lb and 29Uc
for 4 11): acece twiae, 7u.c per,lb.
Coal— Pennsylvania rnttirscite ep?. $1C per
ton; Welllnstoa. $3; Nen- Wellington, $3; Coos
pay. $<: Australia© hoys?— lti-iiruond, etc. $3;'
I'e:.*!^- Main. $D; Stanford Ricliwond 53;. Cum
r*riaud. $15 in bulk ted $ 1'i.50 In sacks; tV'elsh
anthracite. $15; coke. *>1G per too in bulk anU
fl« ia Mots. —\u25a0. —
Oil — Coco-mut oil lg'" blglicr. Quotations
•re f.»r , barrels— Lins^-d, 51.19 per gal
lon for uo'joj ccd $1.17. for* raw,
cases ..c lii^re; ' castor oH lit cases, No. 1
.ie: nskcr's aa. 51.i731.10; Cbica nutt caws.
Si?*" 0 ! \u25a0 >cr halloa: ocoanut o!l. In barrels, SO©
-*i2 C V' r X - ""tt&fcle tor No.'l and 75^
«a^c for >o. 2. accordins to quantity; ' extra
l.lfat-hc< I M'nLcr Krwra . oil. /SOo:-. natural winter
•I**™. «U,- bOc: natural uhale 0U.55c; pare lard
0.1. $1: winter tuaiccd lard oil. j£>oc;j pure '
ncatfcfpot oil. 65c; No. 1 c-atsfoot oil.'- Csc; hcr
rlnß oil oOc: saltaoa oil. 50c; boiled Sgb/oU. 50c;
paint oil. 45c. " . - ' . . *.J
Coal OU. Gasoline, «>tc.— Water , white, jiron ;
barrels or dreas. s- ; 150 degree oil; Iron barrel*
or nrunin. 10% c; special Uo. lie; pearl: oil. ia
S^ e> I^£, : aEUaI - ifc; star,. lGc; extra star, 10c;
Elaine. 2C'4 C ; «occac. 19c; red crown and motor
casthnc, !a bulk 17c. to cas«i 24c: enjipe | distil
ls te. in Cnußs 7'^c, cases 7c more; SC degree
•ntsolin.\ la bulk 30e, : ia cases 37<Ac;' varnish
°* «o* c p£lnter »* nai>lit!ta, iv bulk,* 15c. In
Turx<j?2tlnc— Csc per eallen in cast« and SSc in
tulk. drum« and iroa liarrels. < -
Kcsln (r»«- bbl of 2SO Ibt)— E. $afls; F, $9;
G, S3.JO; H, $9.13; I, $9.20. -
' « ; , B ? <3 ,, an(l VVhit* Lead— Ued. : §i4e9c; - white,
»t4\*'s/*« per lb.'sQg*SKsvS*CfKtMmtHt>Mn3c3K
UnnNKUSUGAIt: MABKKT
, Trie western fa^ar renalne company quotes us
f oUo*vs i t*-ra>« vet cash : . Standard flue«granu
latrd. j.6«c: standard coarse . jrrauulated, 5.65 c;
frn't irranu'.ated, 5.C3c; cut loaf, lv barrels only,
7.65 c; H. & E. crystal domluocs. s"lb cartons In
et-te*. fc.6sc; do in 2 lb cartoos-ini cases,- 9.lSc;
monarch bar. . 6c; tablets. \u25a0 la' half barrels. 0.15 c;
do in boxes, 6.40 c; cubes aad -A" crushed. 5.90 c;
monarch • povrdereu, 5,75 c: \u25a0'- XXXX . powdered,'
C.75c; candy granulated. 5.75 c; confectioners' 'A,
5.C5c: confectloEcrs* * crystals. \u25a0 5.75 c ;' extra ' ftne
l-ranulated. 5.45 c; magnolia A. j 0.25 c; extra I C.
6.15 c; golden C. 5.05c ;7D.. 4.95c. ;/ Barrels and 50
Ib bags 10c. half barrels 25c. boxes 50c more. per
100 lbs tliaa for bags of 100 lbs net.-- Bar In; 85
and 40 *lb tins $1.70 -more. ; in 8 andVIO lb 'tins
$2.35 more per 100 lbs than price for it his; trade
in 100 bags. ••; " ; -\u25a0" > ' 1 '"
The California and Hawaii sugar refining com-,
pany Quotes as follows: Granulated basis. 5.65 c;
"Hijrade"bar, 6c: *xiwdered,-:5.70c; A. crushed,
5.90 c; beri*y. 5.65 c ;; C. - &< H. extra* fine granu
lated. 5.65 c; colr»« dry. graaulated,, 5.65 c: con
fectioners' A, 5.65 c; confectioaers' crystal, 5.75 c;
cubes, 5.90 c; bricks, 5.30 c; extra 1 fine dry granu- t
lated (100 lbs ' bags ooly); 5.45 c;. excelsior A,
5.25 c; extra C,- 5.15c; golden C.5.05c; yellow D,
4.95 c; cutloaf..ln barrels only, -7.65 c; "H.-'&'E.
crystal dominoes, 5 lb cartons, in cases, '8.65 c;
do 2lb cartons in eases, :9.15c. Additioaal per
100 lbs: . In barrels sad 50 Ibbags. 10c more;
half barrels, 25c more: boxes, 50c more: for all
•rrades; Bar ia 85 and4o Ib- tins,. $1.70 more;
ia 10 tins, $2.35 more. : Minimum . order, car
load weight. -;. ' ' - : ".:
» , "Ww York Pr«dnct> J
NEW YORK, Sept." 16. — Hops— Easy. State,
cotnruoa to choice. 1009. [email protected];.1005. nominal;
Pacific coast. 1909, > 10©He; l»0S, aominal.
1 Hides — Quiet. .-
Petroleum — Steady. N ' - '
Raw Sujtar — Steady; Muscovado. 89 test, S.SOc;
coutrlfugal. 96 test, 4.36 c; molasses sugar, £9
test. 3.61 c. Refined sogar— Steady.- _ - -
Coffpe — Futures closed weak at a* net decline
of 1."[email protected] points, near, months being : : relatively
•tenUy. Sales, 155.250 bsgs. September,-Octo
ber and November. 8..V)o; December; .Jaanary."
February and March. 5.55 c: April. 5.56c; -May.
S.COc; Jnae. S.6lc; July. S.Q4c: August, 5. 65 c.
S*M)t coffee— Steady; Rio. No. 7.*' lOT*c; Santos,
No. 4, ll; B e. Mild coffee— Quiet; Cordova. 11%
<3115ie. \u25a0 > .. ''\u25a0
>~ Butter — Steady, unchanged. —
Cheese— Steady, unclianged. . .
Eggs — Firm; state.- Pennsylvania r «nd nearby
hennery, white. [email protected]; do. gathered white, 30
<J?3sc; do hennery, brown, [email protected];- do," gathered
Irown, [email protected] >\u25a0:.-, - _ ,
DRIED FRUITS . T
Evaporated Apples*— No change was reported in
the market and old crop supplies are generally
firm. . Fancy quoted at 10^c; choice; S^@9>4c;
prime, SgS^c; common to fair, [email protected]^4c. .—
• PriSnes— Ccast advices indicate a firm primary
cituation In . the market and prices . are well
maintained, ranging from SVie to 10c for ' Cal
ifornia fruit up to 30-40S and from 5e to OVaC for
Orepons. >* \u25a0 "\u25a0 r ".-: v.-^ • ; \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 . ;. .
-•Apricots — Are in; slow demand from domestic
buyers, but coast advices indicate a considerable
demand for expert. Choice, 10"4£in%c; extra
choice. [email protected]: fancy. [email protected]<,c.
• Peaches — Quiet, with choice quoted at [email protected]*Xc;
extra choice. 7*^@7»ic; fancy. 8(&8Uc. '
Uaislns — Firm. Loose muscatels. . 4"4©6 c;
choice to fancy seeded. [email protected]"iic; seedless, o(g6c;
London layers, $1.25t3i.30. "
Chicago Dairy, Produce Market \u25a0
CHICAGO. Sept. 16.— Butter, steady; cream
eries. 24% @29c; dairies. [email protected] Eggs, steady
at mark. . cases included. 14!§U7c: ' firsts. - 21c;
prime firsts. 23c; receipts. 6.ISS cases.' Cheese,
steady; daisies. ;16Q16i4c; twins. IS^ISHc:
Y6ung Americas, lt>[email protected]«c; longhorns, [email protected]
l«J«4c.
Eastern Mvextork Market
CHICAGO , \u25a0JS&g&ma
•CHICAGO. Sept. 16.— Cattle— Receipts. 2,500.
Market slow but steady. Beeves. [email protected] f >;
Texas steers. $3.75(g.6: western 6teers. $4.25(57;
Btockws ad feeders. $4.2506.10: cows and heif
ers. ?2.2."iG|6.40: calves.- $6. [email protected]
Hogs — Receipts. 10.C00. Market 5e to 10c up.
Wght. $9.30g?9.75; mixed. [email protected] 65: heavy,
[email protected]; roujrh. $S.3sgiS.fis: good- to choice
heavy, $5.65(g;9.50; pigs, $5.50(&9.60; . bulk of
sales. $S.7ofi|!).io. . :
Sheep— Receipts,- 12.000." Market 5c to 10c
higher. Native. [email protected]; western. $3.25®
4.<>fi: yearlings. $4.75Gi5.50: lambs, native, $5.25
©7.25; do western. [email protected]
KANSAS CITY - V
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Sept. 16.—Cattle—Rs
oeipts. I.SOO. Market steady to strong. Native
steers. SSS?: native cows and heifers. $2.50®
6.50: stockers and feeders. $3.2505.75; bulls.
[email protected]; calves. $4 to,b: western steers, $4.50
@7.20; western cows. $2.60ig5. j
Hojrs — Receipts. 2.000. Market oc* to 10c
higher. Bulk of sales. [email protected]: heavy, [email protected]
9.25: packers' and butchers', f9.20i39.55; light,
$3.40<g9.00. - ' ]\u25a0'\u25a0-, r-V
Sheep— Receipts, 3.000. Market 10r higher.
Muttons, 54<ff-4.fiO; lambs, [email protected]; fpd weth
ers and yearllnps, 54(^5.50; fed western ewes.
[email protected] . - . \u25a0
SOUTH OMAHA --';> ,
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 16.— Cattle— Receipts,
1.900. Msrket slow and steady. Native steers,
[email protected]: cows aad heifers. $3<S!>:7s; western
steers. $3.75^6.75: ranpc co-vs and heifers. 52.55
(24.65: canners. $2.50<g.3.50; stockers and feed
ers. J3.256J6.25; calves, $307.25; bulls, stags,
etc.. [email protected] \u0084
Hogs — Receipts. 2.500. Market 5c to 10e
hiph^r. Heavy. $S.70??9.10; mixed.- $9.80(29:
IlFbt. $9.20^9.55; pigs, $5.50&3.50; bulk cf
sales. $S.SO©9.
Sheep— Receipts. 11,200. Market steady/
Yeariings. $4.7005.50:. wethers, $4«i4.40: ewes.
$3.50<§-4 ; lambs, . $6.40fi6.55.
Ixtm Angeles Produce .Market
[Special Dispatch. to The Cell] — •
LOS "XNGELES, Sept. 16.— Eggs declined" on
tie produce exchange today. Receipts were not
heavy, but the market was listless. The potato
market was firmer. . ' -
,« I^ eiptfi of -P ro <*uce :'Egss, 132 cases; butter.
19.309 pounds; cheese; 1,773 pounds;, potatoes.
2,209 sacks; sweet potatoes. 2&* sacks.
Eggs (per doz) — Local ranch." candled, firsts
42c; case count, 38c; eastern: fresh. 35c; storage
extras. [email protected]: stprage seconds, 26c.
(per ibi-^California; creameries, extra,
<>2J4c; do, firsts. 31c: cooking,* 2sc; ladle 25c
Cheese fper.-lb)— Northern fresh. [email protected];
snohor, IRe; eastern singlesMS^lS^c; Eastern
twins. , JSc; ' lonphorn, • 19<§20c;. Cheddars, 20c;
Imported rwiss. .TOe; domestic swlss, 24c; brick
cream. 19r; limburger; 19c. .',;
Beans \ner ctl>— No. 1 pink, $4.75; No. 1
L»dy War-hlngton. $4.65: No. 1 whites, $4.50;
-Potatoes (per ctl)— Highland. [email protected] lo
cal Burbanis, $1.35; Salinas. $1.65. " ; *W
Sweet Potatoes (per ctl) — Yellow, $2. -
3IISCELL.ANEOUS 3IARKETS
Cotton Market
\u25a0 K -?tLI2 RK ' SfP 1 - !«•— E. F. *Hotton's wire
\l J tim 1 % OQt * We , speculation In the market
«\u2666 ill « from »«tJ*f«ctory. Uiere has been a
?%?* C K*r e In , , baslness -n ' the - last few
days, which Is making- its appearance In the
shape of buying: orders whenever the market
shows a disposition to decline . around ; the 13
cent let-el, .-•\u25a0..\u25a0 . .-. \u25a0-• \u25a0 '
«t J «*i- about lvl v l * tlme laKt y*«r. the"' market 'got
startM upon the up grade and the advance was
not checked nntU every option on the. board bad
crosowl the 16 cent lereL The position of the
cotton today on iU merits Is much^more strongly
Intrenched than was the case last year, and
whenever the , public eoiacs In a runaway market
will hardly, be averted. • \ \u25a0\u25a0
The principal argument , against , values' is the
Increasing heavy reeclpts and poor trade'condi
tions. . That the trade is absorbing these re
?c? c i pt8 ~ ',* ev -d* nf "^d by. the enormous exports
r^uPV™* 011 thl » week oi 53.918 bales, acainst
54.109 last year. During .the week the total
receipts at Galveston were 114,155 bales, while
shipments amounted to. 121.852 bales..
- As to business conditions, the inter-view given
out this morning; %by Judged Gary. • chairman of
the board of directors of the Steel; corporation,
j Is perhaps the W*t indication 'as to what lead-
Ing • flaaactTs think of the situation, aud judg
1 Ing from' his remarks there is certainly no~enußc
for complaint ?In Iron and steel / circles cither
prerent or prospective, reports to- tb« contrary
notwithstanding.* lleauwhile unfavorable reports
are being received from all sections of the belt,
which tend to cause a further reduction of mod
erate crop estimates, and it lis . now conceded
that the early killing frost probably would reduce
the yield by. something, like 1,000.000 bales.
The Giles . condition report of CS shows a
deterioration of 12 per cent ia Louisiana. 7 per
cent In Texas. ' 5 \u25a0 per ; coct in Arkansas \u25a0 and 13
per rent in Oklahoma. .-'.,-. .
The old bull clique, with the exception "of
Scales, Is supposed to hold - September. Believe
September short Interest unimportant. v The .Sep
tember sold so far has, been against 'actual cot
ton, which will be : tendered. Itclieve September
will i peter out : at the price; of October. It is
now Kclliug at about on a < tcnderable basis, un
less southern spots advance. ; \
\u25a0 " There were overnight buying' orders around the
ring at'opening, and later the market was nctlre"
ana firm, with shorts covering; on 'Giles V report
stowing an average deterioration of about s.per. per
cent ia crop prospects during the last two- weeks.
. Spot t-lo.«f<l -iulft. 10' points 'higher. Mid
dllng uplandx. "\u25a0- 13.90cr do gulf. - 14.10 c; - s»le«,' v
742 bales. ~ --«•-.».-. : -....v^.»-; \u25a0-•-•..;--;\u25a0 -\u25a0 :. -:;"
COTTON ' FUITj'UES •\u25a0\u25a0'...
\u25a0 Options — Open.- jllijrh.' Ixiw. ,, Close.'
Sepl«nber ....13.00c > 13.73c -\u25a0 13.00 c 1H.72c
October' ;-.'.. 7:-;. 13. 13 c 13.30 c 13.14 c ' 13.2.1 c j
November. .... :..... ."..... ...... ."13.10c
December .... 13.07 c 13.20 c.. 13.07 c 13.15 c
January ...... 13.05 c 13.10 ci. 13.04 c? 13.11 c
March ....:.. 13.11 c r 13.23 c;~ 13.11c .» ,13.16c
May ..-....:^.^13. 15c - 13.25 C — 13.15 c- : 13.23 c
June . J.n.V .'."-'. '...:.* .....'. :..... 13.21 c
Jtily> : 13.10c i 1 13.24 c 13.1G0 .- 13.10 c
StJ LohJs" Wool » 3!arket
£T." LOUIS/ Sept." 16.— Wool— SteaOyMnedium
•jradt-8 combine and clothing. 23(S24c; , lljjht'. fine.
J!><L'.'-'lc; boary 'fine,. 13tJ17c;, tub .washed," 20
• BoMton S\V«ol° Market ' \u25a0':;'. : ",
: lIOSTON. Sept.- 16.— The CommetcUl Bailctln
will say of the iVrool". market; Saturday:.." / " ..
" * - Tl)c feature of a" comparatively M'uietjraarkct
Is the purchase , for, export to Enplnnd;o('^terri
tory, • mcriuos and", crossbred*. >-> Not
sraco the disastrous ' attempt : of -a . lioston v mer
chant 6ercral years ago to market American wool
abroad < any > domestic r. wool >; been s taken = for
EnitllKlt;Consnmptlonr- T v : . \u25a0--...- f - ...
•—. "Manufacturers 'are > still- a«- conseryatiTe',iis
ever la • regard ato . buying ' wool ; oa " speculation^
and ; they; continue i to, confine their > purchases Mo
actual • needs because ; of the unsatisfactory, state
of ' t he goods . market . and the ; uncertai n ty : of : the
linitiiinl r Trnntinn ~*TV|iltfVlf»'g*'T>" . . ' f
\u25a0 iTrlctE, however, , are bchiß maintained.!'; ' — '^
X*\rvVork; Metal* Market
NE,Wv\'O nK,. Sept.*; 16.— Standard ; copper;" dnllr
Spot. \u25a0 September, , October- November ; and ', Deeem-"
Tx > r,12.05C'i12.15c. i H<Lon<!on: market- steady^ Spot'
iM " IC* . 3d : '. f uture*.- £M • 10s. > % Custom • hou»e \u25a0 r«
ttirns: show ; exports .of - 15,7»8 <\u25a0\u25a0 tmis /so i far \ this
month.' ":'„ I mports 1 at "Atlantic s ports ? by.l frtearnera
since " September * I", hare \u25a0 been ; 1;839\ toes ! eojmer
and 'l,22s tons copper ores.T.Lako copper,* 12.Ko<a
12.7."k:: >eiectroytle; 12.37^^i12.C2V.c; i-astlnK
12.12£«:12.37H:<*.*-.'-'-i-<~< -«. ' r. .-' .-IV r,^ .V..
Tin— Dull. • .Spot, • 35&3.1.22Uc; September,
34.5"",5<5i 33.25 c ;:\u25a0-, Ocjpber, \u25a0'; 3i.504f35c;' -Nor:- 4,
the^sa^]^
54.25t£34.8~"4c: \u25a0 December; \u25a0 [email protected]^Lon
don market steady, s* Spot, £W9 15s; futures, £15S
7s'6d. v . \u25a0\u25a0--.-<**•••'\u25a0 "\u25a0;'::\u25a0 .. \u25a0•-•\u25a0-\u25a0'\u25a0:\u25a0 ''-...-'\u25a0"\u25a0 : t'" ..v.
:•\u25a0-\u25a0 Lead— Quiet,' I 4.3Ti4<a4.42"«c New .York and
4.25Q4.30C Bast St. c Louis. London spot,', £12
12s Cd. -:";-"•- i.tjj'r-- \u25a0-•.:- ;;-•;•:•-< \u25a0'\u25a0'.;. T- •
Spelt&v-Q.olet. [email protected] New. York and
5.."i7J^<33.'40c,.-Eiist-- St.- Louis. - -London, spot,
£23 5s. j ••»"!\u25a0-.-. \u25a0/,-,.•,\u25a0\u25a0...'.;:; i;j; ; ov.!¥;;,-,;'r ; '..'.r;s,^
. Iron — Cleveland 7 warranter.. 40s *3d - la :\u25a0 London.'.
Locally, the.' market -was dnlU~iNo.- 1" foundry
northern," $15.50(216 ; , N0. 2. [email protected] ; '\u25a0 No." 1
southern ; and No. ; l*6outhera sof t ri $13.75©16.25.
IV aval' Storp«~TnrpeiatlJ»e "and liojiln
- SAVANNAH, „ Sept.*' lO.-^pirlts* of 'turpeatlae
firm, : [email protected] ; ft sales, n 448;* receipts, : ; SOl;:.ship
ments,-, 934;; stock«, *18.502.'V.' i - ,\u25a0' ' \u25a0"'\u25a0\u25a0»
; Rosin;' firm;: sales,-'2,3s3; ! reccipts,-2,921;-shlp-"
m«nts-;l,TlIr, stocks. -.72.'^84:i Quotations:
$0.07»4®0.23;" D.- $fi. 17^^0.25; "E,- $8.25;. F,
««.25ftit5.S2; G, [email protected]~7*4 ; > 11,. $6.40J?0-45; I,
$6.45(jj6.50;, X,. $C.so<aC<3o; M. [email protected];K,
?6.50;.WG,[email protected];"WW. $7©7.20. ,
- .'• London; Hop j Market .:.-\u25a0
' LIVERPOOL, Septl : 10.— Hops" ia Londoa. Pa
cific coast, steady, £3 10s : and •£4 '•\u25a0 10s. • • •
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
--'\u25a0-/ ,-TO.ABRIVE ,"-, '-''\u25a0/ - '; -. •
- From y - I'", Steamer ' -| -Date
Portland & .'Astoria ..r.lKlamath Tl.*.':'..".T 1 .*. ':'. .". ISept. ' 17
New; York via Ancoa.^; Pennsylvaaia .". Sept. 17
Portland & Astoria.... Beaver'". .".-.... Sept. 17
Portland & Astoria: :r. O. W; Elder.' .". Sept. 17
San Pedr0......'."..'.*.;. Rose Cltyr. .. .. Sept. ; 17
Port i Los • Angeles.... r.lOlsou & , Manny Sept.'lß
Coquille lUver --, . .... . . .1F1fie1d :.".". . . . Sept. 18
Humboldt : . : .*: . '. r; : -. .=.. fCeatralia /;..... Sept. . IS
l'uget Sound Ports."... . Governor j.... ::iSept. 18
Mend:>clno & Pt. Arena Sea -Foam '\u25a0; .\.'SeDt." 18
Hnmboldt ...;....%.:. State \u25a0 of , Cal. :. I . 'Sept." 18
Hnmboldt . ...... .jSanU; Clara .. Sept. 19
CUina & Japan....... .lManchurla .... Sept. 19
San Pedr0.. . . . . ::. . : .. jHaaalel '. . .*: . . . Sept. 13
SanPedro ....::.•;.:.". Chebalis ....;. Sept.-19
San Diego & Way: Ports Santa Rosa. .. Sept. 19
Honolulu ....;.......-... Wilbelmlna . . . Sept.'2O
Sal. Cruz Tla S. Diego. Virginian * ...V. Sept. 21
China & Japanr;..;..; Hercules .....'.. Sept.: 2l
Orays Harbor .'..;.... Coronado '. . . :: '\u25a0;'. . Sept. 21
San Pedro & Way Porte Coos « Bay X ; . . . Sept. 21
Seattle & Tacoma. .:.. Jeanie \u0084......: Sept. 22
Portland. & Astoria.... Bear .:....:.... Sept. 22
saa-Pedroa -Pedro ..... . . .:..-. Ad.- Sampson ;'. Sept. 23
San Pedro Beaver . . . ;. :::: Sept." 22
San Dlego'&San Pedro O. r - W.-' Elder... Sept. 22
Coos 8ay....... .......1M.'^F.. Plant... Sept-'JJ2
Point. Arena &• Albion. I Porno .......... Sept. 23
San : Pedro '. '. . .... . . . . .]Santa Barbara. Sept. 22
CSina & Japan....... :|Chlyo -Maru .: Se.pt.;23
New York * via - Ancon.'.)Acapulco ...'.'." Sept. '23
Puget Sound Ports...:. City of • Puebla. Sept; 23
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego. Xebraskan ?..:.. Sept. 23
Saa Diego & Way Ports Governor :"..'..-. Sept.i 23
Portland & Astoria.. . . j lloanoke .. . . ; Sept. 24
•\u25a0'-'": -' - •-\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"•- -\u25a0 ; . \u25a0TO SAIL -..-.• \u25a0: --\u25a0• -- •- ... -
. "'\u25a0\u25a0'. Destination ' . | : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Steamer 1 Sails jPler
September 17 — . '\u25a0\u25a0' : \u25a0'. .-":. ' ' ;'
Coos 8ay. ..5..;....;;'. M. F. Plant 3 pm '8
Humboldt ....•.......\u2666.? North -Fork.. 9 am 38 "
.Seattle & Tacoma... .. Tallac ..... Spm 21-
Humboldt .:;... ..:.'.:. Vanguard ... spm 1» v
Astoria ,&. Portland/.;. Nome City. .s pm 27
New York* via Aneoa.. Saa 'Jose.... 12' m 42-
Puget Sound Ports.:.;. President .. 2pm 9 .
Astoria & Portland..".*. Northland.. 5 pm 19-
Portland direct ...... Capastrano . spm 27 :
San Pedro & Saa Diego G. ;.W... Elder CT pm \u25a0 13 :
September "18 — '?.': % \u25a0 -- >>.• . ; :\u25a0 '\u25a0
Los Angeles; Ports.'..". Samoa -....; V 10 am 27
Seattle ' & I Tacoraa ..... Buckmaa .'.". 1 pm 10 :
Los "Angeles" Ports. . ... Ad. . Sampson 10 am 10
Astoria- & Portltnd...; RoseiClty: .; 12- m 40 '
Point Arena ,t Albion. P0ta0 ....... 4pm 4
• September IS>—
Humboldt ............. State of Cal 4 pm 11 '
Astoria - & Portland. . . . Clarcmont <\u25a0 . 5 pra 27
Grays Harbor .......: Chehalis .... 2 pm ....
Los Angeles Ports ; . . . . Beaver • * . . . . 9 am \u25a040
San Dlejro 4 Way Ports' Go vernor .. .| 4 prat 9
: September 20 — :,'J''-/ .' : '- 111 1 -- '\u25a0< \u25a0
Los Angeles Ports..... IJ. S. HigginsjlO am - 4
Jspaa & China........ China 1 pm 42 .
Puget Sound. Ports..... Que«n;..... 2 pm \u25a0»
New York via Magellan Lyra .-'....v. 1 .... 27
Astoria & Portland.:.. Hoquiam . .*. 5 pm 27
Astoria & Portland: r. . J., B.* Stetson ,5 ' paa 19 :
- September 21 — >:\u25a0-:\u25a0 ' 7
San Pedro &.Way PortsiHomer ...:. 4 pm 11 :
Seattle & Tacoma.... . Chas. Nelson 5 pm SS
Humboldt ............. Santa.Claxa: 10 am 13 :
Los Angeles Ports..... Hanalel ...; 3 pm 10 :
Mendocino & Pt., Arena Sea Foam... 4pm 4
Liverpool & Way Ports Am.": Hamella 12 m 19
Honolulu & Kahului... Lurline ..... 12 m 38
N. York via Sal. Crus. Isthmian ... 10 am 27 ;
.September 22 — : - -;,"'.,.
Los Angeles" Ports:..;. Carlos' .. i: '. ....'\....
Baa Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa. 11' am 8 *
Co-junie River ........ Fifield ..... 5 pm 27
September 23— ': : . ..' i •\u25a0\u25a0 "
Astoria- & Portland....! Beaver..... 12 m 40
Portland & Way"' Port*. lG. .W.' Elder 1 pm 13
Grays Harbor ..'... ...15. Barbara.. 1 pm f>l
Astoria & Portland.. ;.| Washington ; spm 27
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE [
Destination - | ..Steamer | Date
Skagway & Way Ports. Cottage City ... Sept. 17
Skagway & Way Ports; Humboldt r.... . Sept. 19
Nome & SL Michael... Victoria ....... Sept. 20
Seldovla &. Way Ports. Bertha ........ Sept.. 2o
Nome &. St. Michael... l Umatllla ...... Sept.- 20
Time Ball %
Ualted States branch bydrographlc « office. Mer-~
chants' Exchange, San I'raccitco, September
,16. mo;. -.-\u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0•/•- . - -— \u25a0 -v
The time ball T on the \u25a0 roof : of " the ' Fairmont
hotel was dropped today exactly at - noon. Pa
cific standard - time . (120 th .meridian), or at Bh.
00m. 00s. Greenwich mean time. -r. — ;
J. C. BURNETT,
_. Lieutenant. U. S. N.. in; charge. \u25a0
. San, Moon aad Tide
United States coast and geodetic survey— Time
and heights of tides at Fort Point, j For city
front (Mission > street wharf) add 25 * minutes.
>~' , " SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 17/ .
Sun rises .......'.....'...;..... ;... .5-53
Sun sets . ...;:........................ a-i«
MfK>a sets .. ...... .;.^», .:.. ..... % . .3:40 ar m:
Full moon ...:.-...; 17.. S»>pt. ' 18. at 8:43 p.m.
Lag t quarter \u25a0 moon. September 25. at 12:45 p. m.
• , Tlmel ITime! . , (Time! . Timel .
Sep IFt 1 )Ft Ft — -A TtH
L W| fH W| - -fl/ W) :
IT.'. 8:4»!— U.I 10:4.3 5.11.4:05 • 2.1 10:07! 5.6
18.. 4:30| 0.0 11:18 . 5.3 4152 ; 1.6 10:57 56
19.. C:ls 0.3 11:43 5.5 5:37 1.1 11:46 55
20.. 6:00 0.7 12:13 :5.5 6:24 0.7 '
]H W L W H W L W"'"
21.. 0:40 5.S 6:40 1.2 12:47 5.5 7:07 04
22.. 1:40 4.0 7:22 . 1.8 1:25 5.6 8:00 \u25a001
23.. 2:50 4.5 ,S:OC 2.4 2:04 "5.6 900^00
U. S." Branch ll y droprraphlc Ofllce ?
A : braach of the - United States . hydrographlc
office, located, in the Merchants' Exchange 'is
maintained in San Francisco for, the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of expense. Navigators ' are \u25a0 cordially . Invited to
Tisit the - office, wbere« complete sets of charts
and . sailing directions of ' the ' world' are kept at
hand for comparison ; and •; reference \u25a0 and s the
latest laf ormation - can . always be obtained : re
garding lights, dangers to navigation and mat
ters of interest. to ocean commerce. ....
ggQßEfftSsategS&r- • j. c. burnett.
\u25a0Lieutenant, U. 8.- N..* in charge.
=*/•\u25a0• . . HYBEOGEAPHIC OFFICE :
Pfptu at mean low water, entrance to harbor.
I'LACE I Ft. 1 1 \u25a0 Date j Remarks -- ~"
Grays Harl 12, JSept. *2]Depth Is for old chaa
"\u25a0•'•<\u25a0 \u25a0-'• I A - I - nel. \u25a0.- • •' ,- \u0084 .j.
Wlllapa D| 27 ISept. 1|..... ..........;.
Colnm. - R.| 27 [Sept. 5| ...................;...'
„ . • '_ \u25a0 \u25a0' '.-. . , '" ' Bar buoy tonight :of
Nehalm R, 8 July. 10 . entrance. Channel s ls
.. ' , shifting to nort h,
- '" -* — - I Tery narrow. 150 ft.
Tlllmk B.j ; 9 jJuly .siCbannel. s iCbannel shifted -l mile
-•11 I % south' ln gale Nov. 28.
Yaqulna Bl 12- |July 3|...:..:;..t... . ...^...*
Slnslaw - K| - 5 \ Aug. i5| . ;. ... : . . . .- ;'\u25a0. . . ,- .^-. . \ j]
' \u25a0 -^ _ ; \u25a0; '-.':\u25a0.. Leave buoy on- b^r 200
Umpqna R. •% Sept. l feet -to • starboard ' go
"-' 1 ing in. \u25a0:-'-.-. \u25a0 .-.:-.° --'.-;
„ ' '£,' - }„\u25a0 I ~ 12 • f e"et at low , tide to
Coos. Bay. 18 . June 22 - North? Bend; 12 ; feet
\u25a0 ".', \u25a0\u25a0•-:-" . ', " at low tlde'to Marsb
'-' •'.-•-\u25a0••\u25a0 '\u25a0•'\u25a0! ' ' -r- >; field. v: \u25a0':•; -.--.- \u25a0- :
Qo-iuille R| 8 !Aug. iaiChannel T st'r'a»ght.---'-.-\u0094
Uogne li.| 2 '-|Sjgpt.- J 'H:.-r.-.T...".:..-..-.---.v;-;'7.
Klamtb Itj 0. |A«g... -1 -Channel S. W. atralt>hf"
Uinbidt.Bj 10 Ibept.; 1 jChannei ' straight v woiit^
c'e ' '\u25a0 " I-"- r - •--\u25a0\u25a0-. 1 : Ing; north. . " :
S Pedro Bl 20 / |Aug. g'llXo change in ctianncC
S Ulegtrßl.gsmApr.-. 1 |No cbaiiKe In channel. ":
S Pablo Bl 24 j Au S . 20IDepth :1a dredged cnan
\u25a0: * ' :. " !•'/ :': r ::; ; .. ; :| :nel. .-\u25a0\u25a0• --•.;;>\u25a0:
j t AEWS OFTUE OCBIX |
- Exports ' for *' French * Oceauien ~-
<Vv The J ba " £<? P t . lne ' s -" v N ' Castle sailed for . Papeete'
Thursday ', with"; cargo .'for \Tahltl -and 1 Marquesas
islands. as follouK::.v ; ' . r. ; 7 r"
V Taiiitl— l2o bl>ls ; flour"; 10,S00> lbkr bre*id7
J52 ctlsibariey/OOibales bay.; 6 cs palmou,' 13.750
lbs salt. 4 coils i ropc.^ 14O\ cs* kerosene. - 000 1 cs
and 2 tanks ; ilistlllate,?. SCO : cs ; naphtha' "• 10 \ cs
oils,": 2R4.512 ;: ft > lntcber.v- 22 r. cs; powder •: etc "
valued^ at islo,Do3. >.',.-.: -..- . : - V T --'',
<, For Marquesas islands— 7s bbls flour, 24 810 lbs
bread."' l4.ooo lbs rice. 519 lbs beans, Mc« canned
goods, tlSrpkgs paliaon.jSWgals 1 wine,",B 250 lbs
rait, -.118 lbs cbecso, 17.pkgs potatoes and oaloas
5 pkgs 1 sewiDj: ' machine. 1 -, i 27,534 if t <lnmb«r "\u25a0 01
pksra dry Rood»,tls coils, rope., 2o : cs" kerosene, 'i>o
eh boots oud slices, ;G csarmsiand ammunition/ ;
- Shinnient Jof * Barley i -'
*\u25a0 The; German ; ship ' Kcnec ' Ulckmers \u25a0 was 'cleared
for Queenstown." f or orders,' yeptnrday. with' 7l 405
centals • of 3 barley. ;? valued; at; $S'MS7. ; and' 22' ooo
feet of lumber, as dunuaßC,' valuccVat $275."^ 4 ' «.:
Notice ;td*Marinera * • : ,r, r
\u0084 •:\u25a0 *i Sa 11 :. Francisco,"' Se pt. : 1 0 ' 1 11 0 •
SAN- PABLOaiJAY: ?Cal.-— Notice. Is -hcreVy
frtven that- aliOiitU)ctobrr; 1.. IDIO, V lower "'mirl
chanaol-.pas t aud '4vr!i!stl!ns* buoy .v:F!s; v will 'be
established iin San • Pablo ; bay.". CalifornlaYvinUhe
poftitloa \u25a0 of ilov,-er;n!idchanneli whistling buoy':' PS
which i will Übeiif be 'dlscontinned.^Tbf.'i new 'buoy
In ; «i scy 1 indrical I tnnk \ sowiortlnj- ;a 1 steel * skeleton
framework;? ' carryin? s a t, whistle. '« is ; siinnounted
by: aUnutera I about; 14 f fset ! above' the*! water ' iftid
will ?Rhow«avWlilte plight 5 during* periods « of ? . five
Hcconrts ..separated; by eclipsos • of flvo^seconds*
duration.^'. ' ; : ", < "\u25a0\u25a0. ;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0?\u25a0\u25a0 *. vv :.. \u25a0:\u25a0:*- \u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0.,. t - .'
*190^ ;H- 29 US I \u25a0 ° li '*\u25a0 * t( i" ' I>aci ?^ eoaVt;
;r,"By,'ordc-r of the burcr.u of ,liKiitho!]ses " ' "
-\u25a0 «W. ! fl.vMir.T.Kn. Cnmmarirtorj LV?S;;N.V-; *\u25a0•\u25a0'\u25a0'•
: ",. r , Inspector, Eighteenth ; Lishthouse ' District. '
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
MAKES SLOW TRIP
FROM ATLANTIC SIDE
Ship Astral Arrives From New
York With Ijts Skipper^ Capt;
Duniiam, Seriously HI .
HEj American; ship
Astral , " : r Capt ami n
punharn,/: arrived
yesterday; 1 54 r days
trorrii New "-. ,-York,*
with a : cargo; of
general •\u25a0; merchant
discS for, Bales &
Chesebrough. Cap
tain > ; Dunham was
co nflne dI to h1 s bed
when 'the } ship / ar-"
rived ... and ii is -. seri
oilsljr' 111.' (T, He : , ; had
bee n> u nab 1 alto'
leave' his cabin^ t or.
75 days.; He iis suf
tering^ f rom dropsy. 1
{'From 'the, ; time
the skipper ;tooktto
hiS;;,bed
ship reached port Chief Officer I Douglas"
was. in full charge.'- His ability f as ?a
seaman ..wa* given a severe test July 7,'
a^few days after the captain was taken
ill. In a heavy northwest" gale the'As
tral's main, ; fore •\u25a0 and ! na izzen topgallant
masts were * carried* away.: 1 .. Spars, rig
ging and everrthlner?;attached went
over the sideand all'hands had to" turn
to and cut away the' wreckage before
it hadpoundedholestin- the ship's side.
- Mate , Douglas did not stop : with s the
clearing ,of the - wreckage.
the •' gale still . raged ' and the sea - ran
high 1 he began to repair some of "the
damage- and by ; August 1 had anew
mizzen topgallant ; mast - rigged and; in'
place.. •\u25a0.• ...'!. i- - : -;;;./\u25a0 •» ; ;..-\u25a0\u25a0 ...;.-_\u25a0. ; \u25a0• r\u25a0\u25a0 \u0084-.
-/This is probably. the Astral's last voy
age as a general merchandise ship. The
bigwindjammer, which. belonged to the
Standard oil fleet, has been sold to,the
Alaska* Packers' v association" and 'next
year '. will -.- take-, the <" place*. IhUheS; Bristol
Bay. navy df .one of; the "older wooden
Ships.;- -• ..- . ; , ; ' . \u25a0-. :.:. \u25a0 .;.\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ' -\u0084.:: , : /'. .• .- '
Star of Italy -Reaches Port.. =
PtTh« ship-Star, of .Italy arrived* yester
day, 22 - days . : from i Naknek,'- with^ 3 1.500
cases of canned salmon:- Like the other
ships -of "the*, salmon -fleet; the' Star, of
Italy had a hard time \u25a0.beating through
the Unimak » pass. - The : Italy * brought
down a large and; varied army/ of can
nery hands, made up of. Chinese." Jap
anese and Filipinos. They •were, all
loaded- with their; possessions <6n v one
of the Crowley launch company's bigr
lighters .and^landed -at-v, Vallejo street
wharf ,. where sthe Chinese were placed
on another 'launch-, and taken :to,Oak
land,'\where the "\ highbinders "among
them 'will go into "hiding" until ..they
find out how =thsy ; stand; in the matter
of, the tons war;which is on in China
town. ; ; \u25a0 . -..- : \u25a0.-.; '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- ;\u25a0 •: -^ - \u25a0 -; :.
' Stricken With' Paralysla
.Policeman "Jim" -McGrathr attached
to' the harbor 'station and on" duty for
man- years along the water, front,; was
stricken .with- paralysis : yesterday,
/while I walking his 'beat.;; At the har
bor • hospital _J.t- was found- that* the
whole of 'his.rlghti side, was • affected.
He was . removed -later 'to This home, 1
2517- Twenty-fourth street. . ,~ .
v \u25a0\u25a0/' - .'Another- Co«lfl»bcr Arrlveß '".". \u25a0
The codfishing schooner.' "W'.-H. Dl
mond,-Captain'Dahlloff, arrived 'yester
day, 29 days from^Bristolbay.". The DI-*
raond brought, 150,000 codfish. v . •
\u25a0W T ater ; Front Jfoiem : \u25a0;\u25a0'" ' --? :
i Receipts .of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 225,000 feet. : .\ ' ;-
The -/steamer Curacao, homeward
bound from ", Guaymas, left ; Mazatlan
September, 14. ' ' . -"•. r
j The --i Pacific '-Mail \u25a0?' liner Manchuria,
Captain. Saunders, which. is. due Monday,
from -the orient,' was 750 miles this side
of Honolulu at: S p. m:: Thursday.;,- .3v"i*--
The 'Oceanic steamship : company's
liner Sierra, Captain., Houdlette, . which
left: here last Saturday, 'arrived yester
; day. at' Honolulu. . •\u25a0 \-\u25a0 -
\u25a0 The Pacific. Mail .liner Pennsylvania
Is due today : from Panama and "way
ports.' '\u25a0•' l ..; .\u25a0-\u25a0 ' ' ; _ •:„- \u25a0;\u25a0; '}.-; :.'
- "Will- Run" Three Direct Steamers *;
* The Paciflc, Mall company has -'an
nounced its intention of putting -three
direct steamers;, one every "ls .days,, on
the \u25a0; rain between here and" Panama, :>on
.which' freight will, be 'accepted; with a'
guarantee, of .its delivery -inNewHfork
within 21"days.-. ,The' new service ;wlll
be' inaugurated*' with 'the sailing from
here' of .the Pennsylvania; 'September
30. The 'length of time.t he 1 new'ar
rangement: will \u25a0 remain s in; force • de-.
pends' upon' the .'San Francisco :,. mer
chants. r .; ---v;.''-:. '. •:-» \'\u0094 \u25a0:::\u25a0' ;V--"-«
If the local shippers give : Bates •&"
Chesebrough enough freight; to keep
the; steamers :^ Mackinaw. .George VW."
Fen wick \u25a0-! and' Stanley . Dollar on ; the
Panama .run :the; Paciflc Mail company
will continue to run a; direct •• service." r -
s It .was Bates* & Chesebrough's": an
nouncement Of : ; their, intention? to op
erate these ships ' between -here 'and
• Panama' -.i'thatf galvanized the* Paciflc
Mail company into, action.. \u25a0;.../
-If 'the local; shippers, do. 1 to. Bates &
Chesebrough" what they- did , to -the : Pa
cific steam navigation company : a' few
years - ago 'Bates .&', Chesebrough;,' will
have to quit," as the Pacl fie ; steam ' navi
gation company, 1 did, and^the"?; Pacific'
Mail company will resume its 'present
schedule.-- :.:." :r> -; - ': : .v;. v ; \u25a0\u25a0 \v-.- \u25a0 •-' \u25a0~T>,
* . When, :the-' Pacific : . steam
company^ entered ,.; the coasf'trade - be
tween" here "; and: 'Central;. and-^South
America -In ! answer,, to : the iurgings -of.
local 1 ' merchants^ for'Ja -competing ?line
the v -local i^merchants.% used „ the vnew- 1
comer/ as; a club- to -beat' down "Pacific
Mail; fates ! and - then' gave "all f i; their
business' to t, the Paciflc <Mail x cpmpany.-
The day safter.-. the ; Pacific i steam
gation- company "retired 1. from the 3 field
in- disgust/ the fPaclfic Mall its
rates * back \u25a0 to • the t monopoly* figure. " Tf
tho local -merchants- support -Bates. &
ChesebroUgh: it will : mean; ,: a ->.direct
steamer :\u25a0* once i a week :\u25a0 betwebn v^here
and* the- -isthmus. -If they? support -the
Paciflc \u25a0 Mall s'lt?" will , mean i that 5 direct
service* between. Here: and ; Panama-,will
be \u25a0 of : ehort.* duration. ; , ' .r.
Uy' Unlfca :%Wlrelc««
'. -' - .\u25a0 Friday. .September ilO/.*'
STXAKEB, SIBEHIA^-Hence ' Sept.'> 13 . for? nono^
\u25a0 J -lulu;- etc. •.-\u25a0Sept.'-; 15;; S : p.' a.. • S2S -mllos from
ii'San-Fraoclsco. \L \u25a0\u25a0.";.-'.\u25a0/< sr;">";'; '\u25a0 ' " \u25a0.;'';\u25a0\u25a0"• \u25a0 •. * -\u25a0 -'".; "' •>.
STEAMES^ WILHELTHNA— From S Hoiiolnlu '- for
- San' Francisco:*; Sept.'; is.', S p., m.. 1.577 *uilles
from i> San t Francisco.:,, " . ;:": ;-;->- .
STEAMER" SANTA RITA— From i Port Ran =• Lnls
- ' for \u25a0: Honolulu : r Sept. \ 15. ; 8 * p.~ m., ; 1.000 miles
M front 'l P° rt '\u25a0 H ftr ' ord ; : weather . fine 1 ; ; all ; well. ;,.
STEAMEH? MANCHTTKIA^-Fromp Honolulu for
*;Sau i Francisco; \u25a0 Sept.'".: l-'v/S : p."^m., 7M miles
S> from; Honolulu.'.^' :"\u25a0 - i;;^> \ : -V ; ;,'
BTE AMEII HILONIAN— Hence Sept.) 12 for^Hllo;f or^ Hllo;
-^ Sent * 15,"*. S p."m:.":-790'mllej» off • San 'Francisco,
Airfchtsliip : *, calm ; '.; clear; - smooth ; soa ; ; barometer
'•'; 30.14^temperature, 66.. 5;*^^*_; ( -;.;C.y >.^; \u25a0 >.:.;\u25a0
STEA!KERfATLAS-^-From: Seattle'- for: Porn San
M Luis 1 with .barge 93 in tow; Sept. ' 15.1 midnight,
is passed 3 San -Frauclsco; ?. haey ; % light f northwest
' \u25a0 wind s and' moderates bm ; i expect fvto ; arrive ?at
\u25a0 7 Port ; San j Luis \u25a0 Friday^ af tcrnewn.; y. v / \u25a0.•.; ; ;^ -si I
STEAMER ? PRESIDENT^-From 4- Satr ,\u25a0 Diego £ for
Y f San ! Francisco; Scpt.j 10,*., wi1l arrive \u25a0at noon: ';:;^>
STE ASTER S." 5*5 * PORTER— From 't JuneVu? Vfor
' San - Francisco: ? Sept.** 15; v S ! p.^ m;. - C 02 1 miles
- 5 from" San ; Francisco ; * light ' northerly . breeze ; and
i'-smair soa:v; \u25a0'•.-",-.\u25a0';, :^.£'i':^i%':l t : o'--\J:'i '\u25a0 ' : ' • 'fff
STEAMER dVEEN-^-rFrbm 5 Seattle ' for 1 San ' Fran
* - cl;<c« • \u25a0; Sept.'vi lti.s o :4s ? a..* m.7s off IPoint ? Arena ;
'Iclear; J llsliti northwest \ wind ; $Veaj femooth ; » will
i«ariive»ttiquarantlue|s:3ojp.*Jm;-':' ; L"\:" "•
STEAMER^ STATE &O~F|t" CALIFORNIA— Hence
\u25a0-^Sept.flS for Eureka; .S'ept.ils,"!B p.'"im.T;lß miles
B north of | Polut'Heyes; i taorterate northwest .wind
and » sea ; 'barometer,* 30. 04.' .-;";', ; -^~ -. «'-
SHIPPING NEWS; OF^COAS^
Items of L Interest to Mariners
p?^?V:C:;of "'.'/ ' r : - '\u25a0>: '¥£
YSpeciallD'upakhjo The Call]' . " *v
& ETXBEKA,* Sept.* 1 C.-^-The steamer; Acme crossed
• Into I the \u25a0'- barbor^this :\u25a0 morping| and * proceeded ; to
'the Arcata .wharf, ..where'* cargo of lumber ..will 1
be taken for the return trip south. - : z ''-'\u25a0\u25a0[
' \u25a0 The * Hammond i lumber . company's ; steamer '» F.' '
B.'jLcEgett arrived San ? Francisco ;. this
\u25a0morning -and-' ls' loading". lumber , at the Samoa
.wharf..- ,-..-,>\u25a0 :';-5 '- ..--.: : r >:\' '-.-\u25a0•. ;. ." - >•-/
'i. The, steamer '.Bowdoln arrived "from San Diego
thla \u25a0 morning ra t *" tte^ Little ' River lumber \u25a0 com
pany's' wharf ,\ where lumber. Is being .taken for
, the: return'. trip > south. r >:-: . '\u25a0 : \.~i? : +ijlMi?
r- - Pacific -Coast *" steamship •" company's 4 steamer
State lof > California % arrived today with- freight,
mall and • passengers and .will depart "on ! the 1 re
.turnvtrip.tomorrow'mornlng,at'lo o'cloct.' v .*- \u25a0>'.
' _ The steamer.. laqua departed' for San | Francisco
from 1 the ": Arcata - wharf ;• this ' morning \u25a0 with t a
' cargo ' of i lumber "and " a - conslgnmen t - of • United
States; mail: ; -^ ..\u25a0-. \u25a0•\u25a0:-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -. ;S- :\u25a0 . . <
' LOS" A2TGELES, ''Sept.".: 16.— Arrived— Steamer
Santa; Rosa," from > San Francisco;- United States
steamers; Lawrence, and -Rowan;
i froui T. Son v Fraacisco; , steamer - Roma, from "Sao
I ! Francisco." ..::.- - .-•\u25a0\u25a0:' . .- ; - - ,-...,--.
:- Sailed— Steamer Rose \ C!ty,'\^rom I Portland. -, f-u
' . PORTLAND," Sept: ' 16.— Officials' of the Harri
man company ; stated this] morning • that . they had
made •\u25a0 arrangements ;. with T.S . Kydd, a;proml
nent-lnmber * merchant fof . Hongkong, who is , In
\u0084tlie.;:clty, \u25a0\u25a0 to ? handle *> his 1 shipments' fromVbere
every> month . on the = steamer 3, of ' their » llne^-ancl
these I cargoes I will j raise g the -monthly < exports I of
lumber to the ' orient | about 750,000 feet, • as tbat
is the .'average that- will be sent "oat on each
steamer. ~- .. .. . ... •= \u0084; .. . > v^Swps^E^EXE, 1 ;.
. "Kyrtd, 'who has heretofore secured hi* Inn) her
. for * Hocakong 1- shipment ; at \u25a0_ British . Columbia
ports, has .been •;. able 'to imake^beUer' arrange
ments here' in regard to ? prices, \ and for that
reason Ue . has \u25a0 transferred his .business to Port
land.. ->;. .:'..' <•;_\u25a0 • «;*, *i '•-.....•>\u25a0.-•..-\u25a0\u25a0;- •\u25a0\u25a0; .-\u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0' \u25a0
-\u25a0•\u25a0 The first shipment for the' Hongkong firin^wiU
leave .: here oa -the Norwegian •\u25a0 steamer Henrik
Ibsen of the -Portland and 'Asiatic -line.:, which
will, be due to sail trem this port October S tot
.fapan and China sports. .Kydd. who flnisliea his
business - here.;- left 1 tonight \u25a0 for; San Francisco,
from which port he, will sail for Hongkong, -r--
:-•\u25a0"•- Carrying ' 206 * passengers • and 1.200 ' toaa 'of
freight, ..the "steamer 'Bear.'v Captain' Nopander,
arrived '. today from "San" .Francisco ' and San
Pedro. /It; had -to anchor -outside night before
last -because of 'the fog. \u25a0 . . ...
the contract between the loncsnoremea and
the stevedoring firms which; ran out September
10 has, not been renewed.; it is reported that -10
nonunion ' men \ were ; employed yesterday In -dis
charging the British bark Andromeda. ; -;' -
. leaded with general- merchandise, the ' British
ship ; ClaTerdon, , 2,324 \u25a0 tons ? net | register, Oapuln
; Wilson,. 157 days out from Newcastle." Eng.. is
on the way v*. ; .' lt^ \u25a0 cargo fis consigned to • Bal
four, Guthrle* C 0.7". 7" . •-; • >
-Arrived: Steamer 'Yosernite, from San Fran
cisco. --.•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-.>•\u25a0:\u25a0.\u25a0.'.-'\u25a0•-->\u25a0' - ..--.\u25a0\u25a0' - ! \u25a0--; • \u25a0
. -Sailed: - Steamers J.. ! A. and Asun
cion,, for Saa Francisco.': ; V >;, '
'A&TOBXA, ".; Sept. : ; 16.— Tank", steamer J. A.
Chanslor, sailed this afternoon,. for San Francisco
after discharging its, cargo of crude oil. ' -
Steamer Eureka ; sailed today for Eureka with
general : cargo. •;. -.»<• "gmim
. Steamer . Golden \u25a0 Gate' t sailed today for .Tllla
mook with f relent: and, passengers. -,;..- \u25a0/\u25a0..-
11 American-Hawaiian | Une \u25a0 steamer Falcon ' sailed
today for San Francisco with freight en route to
the- Atlantic coast. - >^r^v- " ,:- :..;>, .-'-•
-^ Tank; steamer -Arjryll sailed today - for San
Francisco after discharging Its cargo of crude oil.
"\u25a0 Steam .schooner -Washington "sailed: today, for
San Francisco with <a > cargo of lumber.
: According, to a report in local shipping circles,
the German ship Reinbek has been chartered to
load grain 'at -Tacoma or ; the Columbia' river for
the United 1 Kingdom. :: It Is : at present : a t Santa
Rosalia,". where it arriTed September 7 from Ham
burg.? The name ' of its charterer - could not -be
learned. In aildltlon^fo the Reinbek. It Is said
that four of | the i French * sailing I Tessels now en
route to the northwest; are under charter, to load
grain 5 cargoes .at this - port for " Europe. : A The
list includes ' the j French I barbs :Montcalm. Eugene
Pergeline.' • Amiral de I Cornulier - : and ' Duquesne.
The Bldart. ' which •" is to \u25a0 be 1 ordered from : the
month of the Columbia river to -Vancouver with
cement - cargo. - win ; also be In/ the grain fleet
fromPuget sound. ' .7 .. * . : ,
Steam schooner .Yosemite arrived this morning
from San Francisco, with general cargo. - . -
'Tank steamer Catania sailed this morning for
d r.VlclßCor .V lclBCo after discharging* its ; cargo of
Steam schooner ; klamath sailed today for Saa
Iranclseo with a cargo of lumber. ;x / ..-.
Gasoline I schooner^ Delia • arriTed I this' morning
from : Ncstucca tvi th dairy prodncts. ; \u25a0 .
Tank.; steamer MaTerick; has; gone to Puget
sound i to I discharge *a > portion lof j its cargo and
Trill arrive here next Sunday.' .\u25a0 • .> -. * ,
- i British ship Claverdon arrived Thursday even
ing.! 158 days- from Bouth r Shields. -'Kne..- with
general cargo.' Captain John Wilson, Its' master,
reported pleasant weather during the theater por
tion oftko trip. J. When off the river La Plata be
ran into a severo \u25a0; storm and V lost a . number of
sails. -*Ak tbat time, he saw an- American* ship
running . before tbe < wind i; under" bare poles,' all
Its sails haTlng been carried away.- Captain Wil
son - did -. not : learn the . name -of . the- craft." hut
pays It waa bound . for » San \u25a0 Francisco. .. The
Claverdon ' arrived off t the . Columbia river : light
ship Tuesday; evening, but the weather was Tery
thick, so it ran off shore'and-Wednesday'night
picked up; the- North, Head light. --Again it was
compelled Ito run off \u25a0 shore - oa "-. accouat of > the
thick * weather, but returned to :the lightship
last • erenlnj;;-- when: It:- was picked -up by the
tug-, and stowed -Inside.;: The ClaTerdon left up
the river,- this ; morning.- ~ : \u25a0 > <_
' Sept; 16.— Declaring that Aber
deen : now * face* ka« situation such ; as I existed . in \u25a0 '
several cities In ; California^ and -. that, the secur
ing of a passenger, steamer service between this'
port \u25a0 and the : south - would ' proTe -a great benefit,'
Captain H. Peter?en ofahe steamer Thomas L.
Wand yesterday, said .that, the venture would be
bound 1 to ffiif-fffd
The steamer • Thomas ;L. .Wand. • Captain ~H-
Petersen. ; with , a cargo from the Donovan and
Federal mills; sailed at high tide last night for
California ports. \u0084; . " v- *• • . , -..
\u25a0 -.The, bark. J.L.Stanford, Captain R.T Peterson,
has which •\u25a0; has been ? lying- at Llndstrom's- ship
yards disengaged," has . secured a - charter s and
yesterday shifted to - Slade's r mill, r where - it is
taking. a: cargo: for Brisbane. ;- \u25a0.*_. > -
'. The schooner Carrier 'DoTe arrtTed'frotn Guay
mas.,4o days; out. -It; is without charter/ vv. ."
v The -schooner Doris t galled < for San ; : Francisco.
: TACOMA. ; Sept.' i 16.— Arrived: Steamer .' Bee;
from San: Francisco. 1 ;.; . :-;- :. ,
SEATTLE,-. Sept. 16.— Arrived: Steamer INe
vadan. from: Tacoma ;"eteamere City of Puebla,
Maverick C and Hsrold 'Dollar, from: San. Fran
clpco; T-, schooner / A. , M. ' Baxter. ;\u25a0 from z ETerett;
steamer Burnside. from Columbia river; "steamer
[Tambo 'Maru,. from j Yokohama. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:"\u25a0 - v 1v 1 -
: .- Sailed : £ Steamers , Governor, and 'Colonel \u25a0 E. • L.
Drake,, for San. Francisco; steamer Bee, J for Ta
coma; \u25a0 steamer Seward.. for: Cordova:-.; steamer
Northwestern, for Valdez; barge; Fresno,;<for
Tyre; --\u25a0•-\u25a0*> - -- ;• s-- - -• : -. ". --. , v,-i -/,•<>•»-.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
r .."ARRIVED ; -
Friday." September r 16. •'
\u25a09:10 p. ra.,"-,Btmr. Greenwood, rNplson. 1 * 20 hours
from- Pfleffer^ point ;twreckage T to .Whltelaw. y ~
\u25a0 ::4:30 p.; m.i^stmr -Charles* Nelson/; Hansen,' 82
hours ; from. Mukilteo; ; B4o,ooo feet' lumber . to the
Charles ; Nelson company. "~;". V- .-\u25a0 \u25a0 v^' '>" r ' p*:.
\u25a0". "••; p.^m.^'.stmr.' Sanx Pedro, : : Benedict son, 24
hours from ; Eureka ; \u0084430,000 feet - lumber . to ; Met
ropolitan! lumber,; company.^- i* / . - \u25a0 ••... -,.'•
;7:05 p.~> m.'.stmr.Backman, .Wilson. 29% hour?
from , San • Pedro : papsenpers - and , merchandise : to
Alaska ; Paciflci steamsbfp \u25a0 company: -"\u25a0" \u25a0 ay. .\u25a0 \ • '- "
f ' 5 :30 p.' 1 mrrs stmr • Qne>n, \u25a0 Zeh; •57 ' honrs - from
Victoria; -'etc. : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 passengers -and „ merchandise to
Pacific CoastX steamship, company. V: • .'. :
< \u25a0•i 6:so^pr; m:; stmrf- Ravalli, *•• Nelson .''» 24 hours
from; Eureka; ,SBQ.OOO s feet /lumber; to .'Hammond
lumber./compatjy. •*'.>\u25a0\u25a0' rO 1 "*!'.- :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'. / '\u25a0 '
- :\u25a0: 4 :3o '-p.'- m.'.* ship ; Standard. » Anderson.'. Sl : days
from -5 Nunbagak ; 29.792 ! cases : and 25 " barrels sal -
m«a to North. Alaska salmon company./ .;.\u25a0•-'
"ViTuj* < Defiance, % Trapp; ,72 " hours from * Port 'An
geles ; f; ballast \ to \ ; Ship '\u25a0 Owners' and .. Xlcrchants'
tuc ; boat * company. :.?--:- • -"•'-• . :? ' ". ' :-\u25a0'•\u25a0 '-'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 • - :
S:2:10 p.ily.^shlp . Astral." DanhamMM days from
New York ; I merchandise to Bates & Chesebrfngh."
7.~? 7:45 - a.;, m;.~ stmr f. Whlttler.7 Seaman.\ 3G ihours
from * Snn V Pedro ; • oil 7 to : Union . oil ; company ; « up
river direct.' ,;. '\u25a0:*'-\u25a0-', -'.'-: :i \u25a0/
??:\u25a0 12:20 ! a.? rln>- stmr 'Admiral Sampson.^ Bartl?tt;
09 i hours I from - Seattle : I passengers , and . merchan
dise, to Alaska Paciflc steamship company.* .^-; -•-*;-->
'>\u25a0« 4 ;\u25a0"»:-« m.; i ship -: Star < of 5 Italy, \u25a0* Sohlln. « 22 " days
from 5 Naknek ; \u25ba\u0084 ."1.500 ? cises \u25a0 salmon T to : Alaska
packersV; association. \u25a0\u25a0"'\u25a0:\ • • '" .\u25a0\u25a0' ' •• ; - .''--\u25a0
':- --'4:50 ?a:-m.; ! stmr "James /S."^Hii?glo3. .Hlgglns,
10 \u25a0 hours j from | Moss landing : \ 4,500 .sacks barley,
2.C00 i sacks ' oatts : to I'aeiflC/Coast steamship com-:
pany. : 'v4 7::. : '«; .^*- ~ : '?.;'- \u25a0\u25a0'-.'''\u25a0'%:''\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.'•' \u25a0'• « : \u25a0 ' 'V : -
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•- 5:15- a'.': m.^stmr Whiteybf>rr>.-Freder|pk?on. 15
Prrvate Wire— New York^ Chlcifto
-. -.^\v^\Ve»tern^ T Jnlo^«,CodeU !
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CHICAGO' BOARD OP,vTBADSs \u25a0 \u25a0
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'»:i-n : i"v i. --Mi-:::-; S A JVa FRANCISCO^^: -
Main Ofllce, >lilU^Bldjs.;f San Francisco
>..-' Branch y Offtc«»— Palace -*-llot el •*( main .
tcorrtdor);;Sa«;Fronel»»co) Hotel Alexan-
"drlaaL.o«!fA.nKelesi^Cai;n.':' ,I,^'v"'^^*/ '
Co.,^ N«w f~YoTlt,*fi Cnlca *{-o,i ; London \u25a0: and
Paris. . -- '
E. F. HUTTON & C 0?
490 : Callf ornla St. ' Tel. Do«Kla» 2457
ist. ;\u25a0: Fni-icliiiJoteK; Tel. Douglas 3082
?Melbers of New York Stock: Exchange^
: J?.^S:^[:' : -;C Pioneer ;ilon»e;~: '._\u25a0; '->;*-*
. .-' \u25a0-/^Prlvate?>Vlre:;to<JChlcas:« L.'- : ; ; '^
t "-i-"''V';/V •.\u25a0•,"-\u25a0 "««djjl>lew\Y«rlt\ ; ; ' ' •\u25a0>>"!
?;A ftrfiE.'^M, IT i;V A\H-Yt'. Manager \u25a0'. :
; hoars from* Greenwood; 225.000 feet lumber to
Lr..F.WVuite lumber company. -.• • T
- 12 m.v stmr President, , Cousins.' 21%. hours
I from • uedondo . Beach; passengers and merch&n
\u25a0 dlse to Pacific Coast steamship, company. ' -
\u25a0•\u25a0•' 7:40 a; m.. schr -W. H. Dlraond. Dailoff. 20
days from Bristol. bay; 150,000 codfish to Alaska
codfish company. -
-'\u25a0-\u25a0: CLEARED.
{\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 *•'""-• • Friday, September 18.
\u25a0 - Ger stmr Radames, Belmers. Hambcrs etc ;
Koamofl line. ' \u25a0 ' • \
2• Br «tmr ' El Lobo. ; Gray, Lobltos; Balf our.
Guthrle & Co. . .
Stmr Santa Maria, ; Curtis. . Honolulu Tla Tort
San Luis; Union oil company.' <-
: Ger ship j Renec '. Rick mer*, ' Dan, Queeastown ;
John West rope & Co." : v-^ssisSCOiSßfi . \u25a0 ,
Stmr San Jose. -Thompson. Anccn. etc.; Paciflc
Mall steamship company. ;
SAILED
. ..;• \u25a0 Friday. September 16.
' 4 :43 p. m..-^stnr G. C Llndauer,,Sandiaan,
Grays Harbor. , \u25a0- - . t
-^7 p. m., stmr Yellowstone, Lcdlow. Astofbu
"5:30 p. m., stmr May fair. Olsan, W'llUna. har
bor.' \u25a0'. : ,• - \u0084-.. • * \u25a0 \u0084 , - \u25a0. \u25a0
» 0 p. m., \u25a0 Ger stmr - Radames, Reimers. Haia
burg, etc. .;? • . -
r\u25a06 n. m.,- stmr Daisy. Smith. Willapa harbor. -
; 1:25 p. m.. . stmr. Santa Monica. • Olsen, Grays,
Harbor. -\u25a0• . _\u0084
-• 11:15 a.- m., -Br stmr Wlncebago. Sowden,
Mororan. - . . .
v 11:10 a. m.. star. Slnta Clara, MeLcllaa. Eu
reka.- , - "' ; \u25a0-•>'-.\u25a0 \u25a0
a. m., stmr Roanote. Dtmham, Portland.
1 p. m., Fr ship Ernest Reyer, Rloual, Qne*as
town. \u0084..\u25a0"
'-i 12:15 p. in., Btmr Point Arena. Jaeobsen. Al
bion.
!„ SPOKEN
,2 Per Ja P sttnr Chlyo Maru. at Honolulu— Sept.
10. .1- p. m., Br. stmr Quito, from Seattle for
Sydney. . -
Per • schr W. H. Dlmond— Aog. 19. la Bristol
bay bktn Fremont/ with 112.000 codfish; was to
sail Aug./ 29. f0r Eagle harbor: An*. 2s. } 0 Cnl
mat pass, schr Prosper, from Bristol bay for Saa
Francisco; was also in»company with nlaa other
ressels in pass. .•- : ' - .
By ship Astral— Ausr. 21. laUtude 14 38 sor.th.
longitude 116 05 ship, looked Uke
County of Linllthgow, from laulque for Town
send.' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 -- '. \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . v !-.-.-., - .
D \ ' TELEGRAPHIC
POINT LOBOS, Sept. 16. 10 p. m.— \u25a0 Weather
hazy; wißtl NW; -Telocity 18 miles an hour.
'^ WEATHER REPORTS '\u25a0-
x .Ju OIXT LOBOS, Sept. 16, 9 a. m.— Foggy; wiad
NW;. Telocity 10 mile 3 an hour.
POINT RETES. Sept. 18. 0 a. cr— Clear; wiad
"eloclty 23 miles an hour:
-FARALLONES, Sept. 16, 0 a. m.— Clear; wind
M\ ; Telocity 14 miles an hour. .
_POINT LOBOS. Sept. 16. 12 m.— Fogrr: wtcd
w;- Telocity S miles an hour. ±-
1 POINT LOBOS., Sept. 16. 3 p. m.— Hazy; wind I
NW; Telocity 12 miles an hour. .
*;\u25a0>\u25a0- DOMESTIC PORTS "
SANTA MONICA— ArriTed Sept.%ls. 2 p. m.—
Stmr Olsoa & Mahony. from San Pedro.
Sailed Sept.l 6. 3 p. m — Stmr Olson & Ma.
hony, for San; Francisco.
VENTURA— ArrUed ; Sept. 16— Stmr San Ja
cinto. from \u25a0 Hueneme.
REDOXDO BEACH— Arrived Sept. 16 — Stmr
Daisy Mitchell, from Columbia rWer.
Sailed- Sept. lft—Stmr,J. B. Stetson, for San
Pedro. •" '.\u25a0- .• \u25a0- - > . - : .
PORT PAN LUlS— ArriTed Sept. 18. 1 a. m.—
Stmr Helen P. Drew, from Point Areni ; stmr
Hoquiam, from San Dlegft; stmr Coon Bay, hence
Sept. 14: will sail 10 p. m." for San Pedro^-; ;~r
ABERDEEN— Arrived Sept. .10— Schr Carrier
DoTe, from Guaymas: schr Hi C. \u25a0 Slade, from
Santa n©«alla; bktn Hawaii, hence Aug. 28.
- Sailed Sept. IC— Schr Lizzie Vance, stmr Doris,
stmr Svea. for San Francisco. . •
BALLARD— ArrIred Sept. 16— Schr A. M. Bax
ter, .from* ETerett. - .
KETCHIKAN— Arrired Sept. 16, 12:30 a. kj.—
Stmr Cottage City, from Skagway. -r •
, VALDEZ— ArriTed Sept. 15. "p. m.— Star Ala
meda. from Seattle, and sailed Sept. 16. S a. ta.,
for Seattle.- ' . \u25a0 • \u25a0 - .-. • \u25a0 •.
BANDON— Arrived Sept. I&— Stmr Elizabeth,
hence Sept. 13. ««*©s«W*f .
UMPQUA— SaiIed Sept. 16— SWjr Carollae. for
San Pedro. '^jy^*i | r*V'C*nV' > ilg"a*wap>'»awi*r'
SEATTLE— ArriTed.SepU 16. 12 ta.— Stmr City
of Puebla. hence Sept. 13; S a. m. — Stmr Marcr
iek. hence Sept., 13. Sept. IS— Schr Vega, from
Bering sea;
. Arrived Sept.vl6. 3:30 p. m.— U. S. stmr Bum
side, from Astoria. ' -'
Sailed' • Sept. \u25a0- 16. 3• p. ,ia.— Stmr Seward, for
Cordova ; . S\u25a0 p. m.. barge Fresno, •In - tow tug
Uolyoke, for. Alaska. "
Sailed Sept. I«— Stmr CoI.E. L. Drake, for Saa
Francisco;- 10 a. m.-7Stmr GoTernor. for San
Francisco. '"•'p>%& l &^&&ei2!&2*&t&m
-.- EVERETT— ArrITed. Sept. 16— Star RlTerslde.
from \u0084: \u25a0 -- - ,\u25a0 "'"'••.
Sailed Sept. 16— Schr A. M. Baxter, for Bal
lard. . •\u25a0?--' ->^ -
TACOMA — ArrlTed S"ept. 16 — Stmr Jeanls. from
Seattle;' stmr * Bertha.-, from Valdej; schr H. D.
Bendixsen. hence Attg. 28. \u25a0:-'
I Sailed Sept. 16— Stmr. Bertha, for Seattle; stmr
NeTadan, for ( Honolulu. .
Sailed Sept. 16 — Stmr Gorernor, for Seattle and
San Francisco. • \u25a0---\u25a0;.• • • • r
EUREKA— ArrITed . Sept. 15. 11 a. m.— Star
Acme." hence Sept.- 14. Sept. 16, 6 a. m. — Stmr
Francis H» Leggett,' hence S"ept. 15; stmr Bow
doin,' hence Sept. 15." • ..-^- \u25a0 -\u25a0
Sailed Sept. 15, 7 p. m.— Stmr RavalM. for San
Francisco.- ;\u25a0' \u25a0-..-•'-— • v* \u25a0'. -
- BLAKELEY— ArrIred Sept. 19— Ger stmr Wc
tan.* from ~ ; sound ports. :'\u25a0\u25a0 •
EAGLE HARBOR — ArrlTed " Sept. " 18-^-XJ, S.
stmr Heather, from cruise. \_
WRANGELL— Arrived Sept. 15— Stmr Cottage
City, from Skagway; 0:30 a. m., stmr City of
Seattle, from Seattle. .'
Arrived Sept. 16., 2 p. m. — Stmr Dolphin." from
Skagway: 10:30 a. m.', . stmr Humboldt. from
Stagway. . • -" . • -- \u25a0"• . \u25a0 ' .-. .. . - '-'
CORDOVA— Arrived ; Sept. .18.' 2 a. m. — Stmr
Alameda^from Seattle. <
NOME— Sailed . Sept.* 15. la. m.— Stmr Vic
toria, for Seattle. • ' - - '~~ ...
SOUTH BEND— Sailed Sept. 16.' 10 a. ra.—
Stmr Grays Harbor.~ for San Francisce*. '•'» . \
ASTORIA— SaiIed Sept. IC.' T a. m.— Stmr Ca
tania.'for San Franclscorß a. m., stmr \u25a0 Washing
: ton., stmr; Arjryll. >Btmr Klamath. for San Fran
cisco. -'. Sept." 15— Stmr Eureka, for Eureka. \u25a0
Sailed Sept. ; 16. 4 p. . m. — Stmr J. A. Chanslor.
for San Francisco;ls p. m.V stmr. Falcon.* for San
Francisco.. -' - - * - -
Arrived Sent. 16. J* a.' m.— Stmr/Yoaemlte.
hence S>pt. IS. Sept. 15. 7p. m.— Br ship ClaT
; erdoo.' • f rom Newcastle. \u25a0 Ens*. \u25a0 .'* .
1- POINT REYES— Passed Sept. 16. 8 a. m.— A
1 four masted bark 2 miles NW. bound south.
i SANTA BARBARA— ArrITed Sept. 16— Stmr
Santa Rosa, hence Sept. 10, and sailed for Saa
Diego. . ' '\u25a0.\u25a0-, : .
TATOOSII— Passed In Sept. 16. 7:40 a. m.—
Stmr Harold Dollar, bence Sept. 12: 9:15 a. m..
stmr Maverick, hence ' Sept.. 13 foe -Seattle.
>'.-• EASTERN PORTS \u25a0
NEW -YORK— Stalled Sept. 15— Br «tsar Dor
othy,' for Valparaiso.* • . - - ' "*•
NORFOLK— SaiIed Sept. 15— Br stmr Strath
roy, for San Francisco. .
ISLAND PORTS .
.' MANILA— Sailed Sept.,l4— Br stmr St. George,
for New York; ' \u25a0 \u25a0*; - v \u25a0 • '
ArrlTed Sept" 15— Br stmr Dacre ; Castle, from
New York.* - . -. .- .-J - •. ~ * - --: - -. \u25a0 . • .- • ..• ,
HONOLULU— ArrITed \u25a0\u25a0' Sept."- 16— Stmr r Sierra,
h«nee Sept. - 10. •
Sailed 65601.16^-^B. stmr. liOgan, for Manila:
Jap , stmr ' Chlyo 'Maru. \u25a0 from Yokohama for " San
Francisco:/ Br- stmr. Zealandia. .= 5 p. m..\frota
PENNSYLVANIA
Another Achievement — .
All-Steel Cars
.. ';'No. train vibration— the* enorfnotis weight
•gives that result. A^^ ride of luxurious ease in
which the train's motion is scarcely perceptible.
.\u25a0^Berths in sleeping carsare roomier, owing: to
"',\u25a0" the ? steel construction^ allowingrhore space over -
head, v Electric reading lamp's^n upper bertha
_ These mighty^ "Dreadnaughts-of-the-rail" \u25a0
have a massive steel beam that extend
length of^tiiVcarji making them ! non-collapsible. .
' - -They are fireproof also; and run daily in through :.
trains ovelr 'Pennsylvania' Lines. \ v
. . Further information "for the" asking, if you •
will telephone or call at
- Pennsylvania's San Francisco City Passenger Office
\u25a0-jP^ttSW^Cg '.\u25a0-\u25a0: ; . V4O Powell Street \u25a0
address H. A. BUCK. Genersl Agent Passenger Department. SAX FRANCISCO
AUCTION SALES
\u25a0"SiA WESTERN HOSSE HJUSEI
125' Head Horses
60 . head of brofeen aad nahroJ-ea hones trora
Southern California, weightas* froax 1.000 lbs to
1.30«> lbs., all la good condition aad wel! bcaed.
aad 30 head flae. large draft tomes Crora 1.300
lbs. to. I. TOO lbs from a lumber coajpaay. by or-
der of tae court to satisfy a Judgmeat.
Also two cars of HORSESHQE-BAK BRAND
of mares aad geldlnars. .
DOX'T OVERLOOK THIS SALE, as it to tbe
best lot of%all purpose horsea brought to th:»
; market for seTeral raoatas.
SALE WILL TAKE FLACE TUESDAY. SEP-
TEMBER 20th, at 1 and Bp. n.
Horse* will be on . EXHIBITION" Moaday at
oar Pa-Hllc-a at 14th aad Valencia atreets.
E. STEWAKT & CO.,
AUcnoxsEas- a*wd uvestock dealers.
'£& AT AUCTION jfe
; SATURDAY. Sept. IT. .11 a. m.. raia or
shiae-.mast tell; 3S head of large aad satall
. mares aad .horses: also iragoas and haraess;
outside horses sold oa commission.
; 3~>T 4th ft.. Oa&laad.
Victoria for Sydney.
FOREIGN PORTS
. VICTORIA— Arrived *ept. Irt— Br stmr Ban
nocibura," from Sydney. C. B-. for Prince Rupert
via Boat 'harbor; Jap stmr Tamba Maru. from
Yokohama: stmr City of Puebla. hence Sept. IX
MELBOURNE— Arrived prior Sept. 16— Br strar
Claverley. from Victoria.
AMSTERDAM— SaiIed Sept. 14— Br stiar n. C.
H«nry. for Seattle.
ST. LUClA— Sailed Sept. 14— Br stmr Braat
woort. fcr New York.
PORT NATAL— Arrived Sept. 15— Fr stmr
YUle Cc Rouen, from Newport News for Manila.
MAZATLAN— ArrITed Sept. 14. a. m.— Stmr
Curacao, hence Sept. 7. and sailed for Guayiaas.
'' "-'^\L. OCEAN STEAMERS
MONTREAL— ArriTed Sept. 16— Stmr Corinth
fan from London.
Sailed Sept. lft^-Stmr Mesantlc. for LlTerpool.
LIVERPOOL— Arrtred Sept. 16— Stmr Empress
of Ireland, from .
Sailed Sept. IS— Stmr Yirsrinlan. for Montreal.
ROTTERDAM— ArrITed Sept. Its— Stmr Noor
dam. from New York.
PERlM— Sailed Sept. 16— Stmr Oanf a. frota
Tacoma. Seattle and Victoria for Liverpool.
.-HAMBURG— SaiIed Sept. 13— Stmr Prtaa O*
kar. for New York.
HAVRE— Arrived Sept. 15— Stmr Pomeranian,
from Montreal. <-3&»^°UK*gPs
CUERBOURG— Arrived Sept. 16— Stmr Prlna
Fri#(iricb Wllhelm. from New York.
NAPLES— SiiIeU Sept. IS— Stmr GemaaU. for
New York.
Memoranda
Per ship Astral — Saved from New York April
15; had Tariable winds and fine weather to equa
tf>r. which* wa* crossed 32 days out in longitudo
30 west; had SE trades to latitude 23 south; ha<l
fine weather to Cape Horn: passed Cape Hora
70 days out: was 2O days from 30 to 50 south,
with NW and SW gal^s; 00 July T. ta latitude 5->
south, longitude SO west, had a terrific N NW
g»!c witi high mountainous ten. fllUng decks to
rails with water: carried away mala, fore and
taLraen topgallant masts and everything attached:
goinsr over th« side: had to cut away the rlgsmsr
">u the spar* to get the span clear and to **op
tp«rc from patting holes in the side of the ship
ia the h*aTy sea; after getting spars clear rigged
ur» a sew mala topgallant oast and had it fia
!•: «d <%a Aug. 4;. had strong northerly gal*» to
lp :tude S2 south: crossed equator Aug. 14 ia
lovgitude 112 west; had SW winds to latltudo
--. north; had N NE winds to latitude 4O north,
longitude 142 west; had northerly winds to port:
Captain Dunham has beea confined to hW room
for 7 days with dropsy and Chief Officer Doisla***
has beea in charge.
\ Army Transports
To» Buford is ia port.
. The Crook Is at Manila.
The Vix sailed July 31 from Seattle foe Ma
nila. '
The Logan sailed for Manila August 7.
The Sheridan sailed August 5 for Manila.
The Sherman is ia port.
The Thomas is Ia port.
\u25a0 TU» Warren U at Manila.
J Weather Report . j
United States department of agriculture.
weather bureau. San Francisco. September !*>:
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
."^ 22 J ', ' S \u25a0£. -:
'??I ? ? !
STATIONS HM -% STATIONS J "S
c s i • srs I
? ? 8 • ? ?1 I
Blame 62».-.| -OO: Reno 701321 .Ofl
Bolsa . .74)56 .14' Boseburg .. 64i."J0 .««
Eureka 62:32 .00' Sacramento Sot.*.O .oi>
Flagstatf .. 74 48 .00; Salt Lake.. 7si*W .10
Fresno 84 6S .00; Sao Diego.. 72!66 .m>
Helena" 80 M .00! S. Fr.tnctseo 70 US .0»>
lndepndnce 96 60 .00; San Jose... 74.10 .OO
Kallspell .. 7ft!ss .CO «. L. Oblsp© T4 5K .CO
Lo« Angeles 7S'«4 .00J SE. FaraUon 36 so! .»>«>
Modena r... 76 36 .00. Spokana ... 72162! .1«
Mt. Tmlpais 6« 32 .00; Summit SS>i4l!2.O*t
North Head 54:50 .14 Tacoma 3rtJ52S .40
Phoenix ... 10S 76 .00 Tatoosh 30f4Si -CO
Pocatello .. 78 «0 .OOjTonopah .\. T4!s«| .CO
Pt Reyea Lt 38 451 .00 "Walla Walla 72J3S} .OS
Portland ... 56 32 .50) Wlnnemucca 72:52; .(V>
Red Bluff. .. 75641-02 Ynma .....|102|74[ .00
/ EL4STERX STATIONS
Abilene ....10216S .00 KnoxrlUe .. 7ftT.fi .00
Atlantic Cty 6550 .00 LouisTtlle .. 78|.-lS .Oi>
Bwton 64 32 .00 Memphis ... JO 60 .00
Buffalo S0;5o .00 Montgomery. 7S'6«I .•>»>
Charleston.. 76 64 .00 Montreal... RBJ4S .Ort
Chicago 74 60 -CO Moorhead . . 74|5rt{ .0o
DenTer 8553 .00 Nexr Orleans SSi72! .08
Dcs Motnes. «5S 54 .10 New York.. 721W .«•>
Dodge pty.. »2 64 .00 North Platte 92 3rt .CO
gnluth 60 34 .00 Oklahoma .. 00 6S .00
Durango ... 76 54 .00 Plttsburg . . 72 .TO .00
Eastport ... 6550 .00 Roswell 82 '3S UH>
OalTeston .. 86 74 .00 St. L00t5.... .76J55! .00
Green. Bay.. 76 52 .00 1 St. Paul 6t* Srtf .OJ>
Hatteras ... 72 63 .oo' Tampa S«!72i .«»>
HaTre 84 ..1 .oO| Toledo ..... 72t."U .CO
Huron ..... 90 56 .00 Washington 74!50| 'Jio
Jackson-rlHe 7? 66 .00 Winnipeg .. C 6156 .BO
Kansas Cltyj S2|6O .00 1 .
The pressure is rising steadily over the north
ern half of the Paciflc slope, and 1» fallUt- r»tv
idly over the Ruc&y mouaUla section and east
ward. -
There has been marked improTeraent la tli'e
weather condittous throughout California. ah 4
there has been no rain except in the noxttrm
portion of the Sacramento TalJey and in th^
Sierra NeTadas. Showers are reported through
out Oregon, Washington. Idaho . and northern
Utah: The weather is generally clear oTer the
entire country east of the Rocky mountains, ex
cept in the central gulf section and la Minne
sota.* VNMMMMmHI
Seasonable tem-Jeratures art* reported at •ast
ern point". There hare been few changes vt
importance.
In California It 1» warmer In the great ralley
and alone the coast north of Saa rranclitco.
Cooler, clearing weather may be expected In
the raisin section; also la t2te beaa lands of the
southern counties.
Tbe relative hnffildlty at Bed Blaff was 59
desrees and at Fresno 62.
FORECAST
San Frundsco and rlclnlty — Fair Saturday;
light south wlod.l. cnaniring to moderate west.
\u25a0 Santa Clara ralley — Fair Saturday; light nortii
winds.
Sacramento and San Jtaqnln ralleys — Fair,
cooler Saturday; lignt north- winds.
- California south of the Tehachapi — Fair Sat
urday, overcast In the mornlnjr. somewhat cool
er; listit north wind*, ehangtnu to soiitb.
A; G.M«ADIE. District Forecaster.
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