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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS
showed a slight rise after receipt of quotations,
from the San Francisco dairy exchange today.
One-half o<>nt was added to last week's offering,
asking the best price paid today by the Peta
luma egg exchange 44% c for first grade. Inde
per.<lf»nt df-alort- iind speculators paid 44c to 89c,
according to grade. The high prices offered in
dicate a growing dpmand. There are no change*
in looel conditions. The moulting season Is still
on and verr little iaerecse ia production is noted.-
SANTA * CRUZ. Oct. 10.— The week com
menced with rnerohftnts still holding out for 45
o^nts per dozen for eggs and paying from 40
conts to 41 cents per doien for first grafie
«ggs. The market is unusually active and the
supply of pggs above the average.
SANTA ROSA. Oct. -10. — There was an advsace
of >ie per dozen in the price of eggs here today
on rerfipt of th<» morning transactions on the
Saa Fr«D<-isoo dairy produce exchange. Loral
doslere today quoted 43>£c per down spot casa
for choice and 40^c for seconds.
Potatoes, OctonK and Vesret»hle<
Owing to tbe late arrival of a section of the
narrow gauge rratn from across the bay. good
tomatoes were ratfcor scarce yesterday morning
and sellers tew able to dispose of. much old
F'oek «ud to advence prices for new arrivals.
There was a disposition to hold all kinds of veg
*T!!r.l<*s at higher pricos I^ckusp of thp threaten
ing wretber. but actual changes in the quota
tions wore fpw. Potatoes were steady to nrm.
v-h!le onim* were In frre,supply and rather easy ,
than otLerwise. . \u0084 j
Potatoes— River wnitcs. 70Q90e per ctl; Sali
nas Durr.Br.fcs, Jl.ooft4l.Co per cU; Oregon Bur
backs. SL4O per ctl; sweet potatoes. [email protected]^-5
N-w YrlKitr. $I.oo«fil.lo,per ctl.
S r«g»ttMe» Creea «-oru. (L50<22 per s«ck;
toaiHtop*. 40*i:50<! r*>r b<»i; green p*as. 4 CL Be per
V>- stilus beans. * r dsc t>er lb: Una beans, sfg(>e
per lb; \u25baummer squash. 50Q65e per bos: JZS
rlaat 4f>ft3oc per box: green peppers. 40«o0c
In box; Earllc. 2%@3^c per In; cabbage. U3«
Tsc per ett: cucumbers, [email protected] per box: cauli
flower. SC6C3C per dosen; twrnip*. 65««5c per
*act: carrots. 65G"5e per sack; green okra. 35
g<oc per box.
Dfddnoci snd Cltru« Frnlts
Tbe threatening weather did not have the d'
rres-fclng effr-ct on the fruit market yesterday
that the trade seemed to think would come as a
matter of course. Everything that was in gooJ
oViuaad on Sarjrfl&y continued to sell eff well,
and prices for table grapes, choice nutmeg mel
on* B&4 citrus fruits ruled firm. In the grape
line <\u25a0• eUless clone were weak, as the offerings
were poor, showing effects of either rain or fog.
Strawberries and raspberries were quiet, with
allies inclined to s*g. Competition among sellers
kept prices fc?r cranberries low and easy.
Srraw-bcrries— *4Ss per chest.
Ras;'l>erries — J4<&(» per chest.
CrTiberrifs-^Coos bay. [email protected] pef *°x; Cape
C lr#* o^r^L F ,ney 4. tier red »0c ?
J1.25V do 4U tier. 65Q65CJ wt » TP » JI'PPi II5 '
31 \u25a0 EellefloT.rr. 75(S»Oe; choice fruit, 35<a60<-.
*-i.4 rs _^-. at er N>iiis. $1.25*31.50 per box;
cooking varieties. 50c£?l per box.
Qcloce* \u25a0 SscSf 1 I'^r box.
lvache^ — «of[t7.V per t>os.
Hums— Late red, 50Q7SC for small boxes and
Fig* — ?<V3fl for ordinary and for large
r'vtr hoses.
r«-rf:«nn:oas— ?l»£l-23 per box. \u0084«»,«»
Pnrr«>grani!tes— C>S7sc for Email and $l©l.oO
.MeloS— NotmMt melons. [email protected] per box
for choice and 75c<g$l for grera: cantilouoes^
$1.50'(41.T5 r«r crate; watermelons, $l.«o&— -. >
r *^rn^!«^-rrates, 75c<5?l for Isabella and_so
<S.-:,c lor other varieties; small boxes. r>o©i>>cr >o©i>> c
for seedl^s: large Iwxes, rauscat, $1.25(51'«]: :
tnksv. COfittc; eeedWs. $1^1.50; black 600
Sse- cornichon. 75c6i$l: wine grapes. ?12alo :
per'ton for Zinfandel and $S<&l2 for Mission.
Citrus Kruns (ptr box> — Valencia oraQges
$3.75r<j4 fcr faccy; [email protected] for choice _anrt $ 1..^0
<g2 for standard: grapefruit. $4.50^5.50 for
seedless: leraons. S5^G for fancy. $3.50(34.00
for choice and $2.50^3 for eUndard; Mexican
1 Tropical Fruits— Bacanas, 75cQ51.73 per bunch
for Hawaiian and Mexican. [email protected] for Central
Aaericaa; pUie»pples. nomlnaL
Dried Fruit*. Rai«in«, Xnt« and Honey
Some charges in raisins will be noted. Dried
fmits remain about the same, with a moderate
business. . _
Fruits — Evaporated apples. [email protected]<%c; fancy. 5K
?Vic: enricots. 11013 c: fancy Moorrarks. 13i^«i
14e: reaches. SHSSV4c; fancy, 7©.7«4c; prunes.
<T«ftJ.s- 1 4c to grower*, wlttr l%c premium tor
80s and*?ic premium for 40s; figs. [email protected]^c for
black end Sra^ijc for white: pears. «%«£l2c.
ICsisius — New cr<->p layers, clusters — 6 crown.
fi.^Ti- ."1 croi^n, f2: 4 crown. $1.40; 3 crown,
$1.15: 2 crown. $1.10: seeded. s^4«|6^c for
choice aod 6V-c for fancy; Thompson* seedless,
5«4c for unbleached and 7Uc for bleached: loose
muscatel. 4 crown s»ic. 3 crown 4*4 c, 2 crown
•4^jc: seedless. 3»i<g4»ic; new raisins, 3*[email protected]%c
in sneat!y, s at Fresno. •
ivcis — Ainioads. nonpareils, 18% c; rSL, 15% c;
ne fI'JS ultra. l4Uc; peerless. 1314 c: Drakes.
13c; iicgne<ioc?. 12c; htrdsheU. 6%c; shelled
elmoud.*. l?h<.'- - >2c; new walsats. 15c per lb for
No 1 softshells, 14Vfec for No^' 1 standards; No.
2 sttuiiard. lie; pecans. 14%«15c; peanut*. 4%
otsc; pine -nuts. 18&20 c; California chestnuts,
[email protected] lie per lb
liont-y — Water white comb. [email protected]; white do,
U^l^Sc; amber do. lOQllc; extracted. »H& 9 e
\u2666or wliite. 7(g&c for llfht ember and sH<»6Vsc
i t lb for amber.
bteswax— l"7%@3oc per It) for light and 238
ZC: for dirk.
t Poultry nnd Game
Toe market was very HberaEy supplied with
we*tp.ra pooltry yesterday, five, cars comißP to
l^nd over Sunday. There was a fair to good de
mand for all descriptions, but toe offerings
rrofiv! eUogetfcer too much for tbe market mid
tb<! jjoiieral tone was one of easiness. Very lUUe
attention wes paid to domestic stock and prices
for everything in that line were nomlnaL Gsrae
continued to show effects of hot weather In the
<-»untry. Sound stock met with a good demand
et tlie average prices quoted below, while mucn
bad to be Mid cheap or thrown away.
fouitrr (per dozen) — Uecs, <5&&.a0 for small.
$ti.so€i~-50 for large and $*>@9 for extra;
yooug roosters. [email protected]; do extra. [email protected]<v50;
old roosters, $5ig5.50; fryers, [email protected]; broiler*,
$;i.50^4.50; ducks, $6QS; pigeons. $1.75«2;
equabs. $2.50«i3; Reese, [email protected] per pair; spriug
turkers, 25^2Sc per lb.
Game <per dozen >— Mallard ducks. S3(gs;
tprig. 525.4; teal. $163^ widgeon, [email protected];
spoonbills. $1.50(52; graf geeee, [email protected]; hare,
$1.50<g1.75; cottoatail rabbits, |[email protected]
Beans and Seeds
The unsettled conditions in beans previously
reported still prevail, with quotations subject to
fro^ju^Et fluctuations.
B^ans <per ct!) — Bayos, [email protected]: small
white, [email protected]; lanre white. [email protected]:
pink. J4.75&5.25: red, [email protected]: blackeye, $5©
5.25; lima. $4. 75*3. 4. 55; red kidneys, nominal;
cranberry beans, $4.25<54.50; garvanzas, [email protected]
3; borfe brans, ?l.«5 l ij-.-5.
Seeds — Brown mustard. 4%c; yellow mustard.
; flaxseed. s©sVbc: canary, 3 J A&3\c; al
falfa, 14<&15e; rape, [email protected]%c; tlmotby, 75c;
bemp, of'ibJ-jc; QtUiet, 2%c per lb.
Dried Peas— Green. $3 per ctl.
Flour and Farinaceous Goods
Flocr— Call fornia family extras, 55.60Q6 net
wlthont discount; bakers' extras, [email protected]; soper
fise, [email protected]; Oregon and Washington, per
!:>;. ?4.M'^s.tJo for ftmlly, bakers' and patents
and $4.05^4.30 for cutoff; Kansas- patents.
$6.70; do straights. $6.50: Dakota patents. $7.40;
,co straights. $7.20: do clear. $6.60 per bbl.
Farinaceous Goods — Buckwheat flour, $4.20;
buckw&eat Sour, self-raiaing, - $5; buckwheat
groats, $£; corn meal, yellow $3, whit* $3, extra
iTf-aa yellow $3.25. extra cream white $3.25;
cora Oour, $3: cracked wheat. $3.30; entire
wheat flour, $3.20; farina. $3.60; graham flour.
t3; hominy, large $3. email $3. granulated $3;
oat meal. $1.25; do greats, $4.25; pearl barley.
$4.20; rice flour. $6: rolled oats. $4.25; rolled
wheat, $3.30; rye Hour. $3.23; rye meal, $3.10;
tput peas, yellow $Q. green $6.50; extra cream
roHed oatis. ISO lbs $7.50. 90 lbs- in cacks $7;
rolled flukes. 180 lb barrt-ls $5.75. 2 90 lb sacks
1*23; rolled wbeat. 150 lbs $4.75. 73 lb sacks
t4.2i. z 'Vi
Hay and FeedMnffs
No further advance in hay is reported, but the
market rules firm. Receipts were again large
yesterday, being J. 503 ton*, including 82 cars.
Rrau— f29&3l p^r ton.
Hidtiiiaj:*— f34<js36 rx-r ton.
Miorla — f30©32 per ton. :.-'
FeedKtuffs— ltolled barley. [email protected]: rolled
cat* for feed, $25X331; mixed feed. J25Q26 Tor
average lots; liD»ee<l oilcake meaL 20 tons $40.
10 tons $10.30. 5 tons $41, smaller lots $41-50;
cocoa nut cake or meal at mills, {25.50 in 20 and
10 and (20 In 5 ton lots; jobbing. $26.50; corn
meal. $36637: cracked corn. $36637: alfalfa
tueel. carload lots $17, jobbing $16; red star al
falfa Cipai $1" in cct lots and $16 jobbing: Mo
de-to alfalfa meal. $16.50 in car lots and $17 job
binp; Stockton mealfalfa. $17 in car lots and $18
jobbing; Caproco oilcake cesl. $16.50 per ton;
ctilfalfa. Sid iv car lots and $20 jobbing. \u25a0
H«y — Ordinary wheat. [email protected]; choice. $13®
14; wheat end oat, £9<&12.50; tame oat. [email protected]
12.50; volunteer wild oat. $7<jj.9; alfalfa, [email protected];
clock hay. [email protected] per ton.
Straw — 35<£00c per bale.
Hides, Tallow, Wool and Hops
H I (5 eh— Culls and brands sell about [email protected]
nsder heavy saltci steers. lOfec;
llgnt medinm, Bi4c: light. 6c: cowhides. Oc;
eUge. 7c; salted. kip, 10c; salted veal, 25Vjc;
baited calf. 15v;c: dry bides. ISc; dry salt hides.
12c; dry kip. 17c; dry calf. 22e; sheepskins,
shearlings. each: short wool, [email protected];
Rsediam. 70©90 c; long wool. [email protected];- lambs.
ii # (»4zs()c: bor»eliides. etlt. 52.25&3 for large and
tl.i>oQ2 tor medium, 75c(g$l for •mall and 25
<3.Me for coirs; horsehides, dry. [email protected] for
lcrpe and [email protected] for medium. 50cf;Jl for
i mail and 25&50 c for colts; goatskins, prime
angoras. [email protected]$l; large hair goats. *[email protected] 4oc; me-
Ciasa. 20^30c; small. [email protected] • .
Tallow— No. l rendered. 5%@6%c; No. 2, 4®
se; create, 2g2%c.
V.'oal^-SprlDg clip, Saa Joaguin. year's staple.
9©llc; do 8 months. 7<gllc;- northern, Sonoma
cad Mendocico, 1b(520c; Hamboldt, 20c esked;
Nevada. 13g16c per lb. ; • ' . "~
Fail clip — Mountain free, [email protected]; northern and
valley. [email protected]; San Joaquin fall and lambs, [email protected]
lOe: d» defective and heavy. [email protected] per lb. -../\u25a0
Hops— California. 180$) crop, nominal; Oregon,
nominal; crop of 1910. 12^@16%c per lh. ,
General Merchandise
Bags— Grain bags, .-.«4r<fs%c; Sao Qcentla
bsrs.^Uc: wool bags, 27»-»c for 3U lb and 29V6c
for 4 lb: fleece twine, 7*se per lb. ;
Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite egg. $16 -per
too: Wellington 1 ; $9; New Wellington, $9;; Cooe
bay. f7: Austrdllan bout-e — KlchiofMid. etc.. ffl;
l'c!aw M&ln, $9; • Stanford Eichmoad, $9; Cam
berland, $15 in bulk" and $16.50 In sacks; Wei*
Anthracite. $15; coke, $16 per ton In: bulk and
$17 (a sacks. - ' :" ,„
, Oil— Quotations are for barrels. Linseed. $I.l<J
per gaUon for boiled and $1.14 for ra«\. cases 5c
more; castor oil in cases,. No. 1. 71c; Baker s AA.
[email protected]; China nut, cases. 60&70 C per
gallon; cocoanut oil.. In barrels. SOft.S3v4c for
[email protected] for No. 1 and 75<578%c for
No. 2, according to quantity; extra bleached win
ter sperm oil. SOc; natural winter soerm oil. SOc;
natural whale oil, 55c; pure lard oil. $1; winter
strained lard oil. 90c; pure neatsfoot oil, Ssc;
No. 1 neatsfoct oil. 65c; herring oil. 50c; salmon
oil. 60c; trailed fish oil. 50c; paint oil. 45c.
Coal Oil, Gasoline, etc.— Water white, iron
barrels or drums. 9c; 150 degree oil. Iron barrels
or drums, 10% c; special do. lie; pearl oil, in
cases. 16c: astral. 16c; star. 16c: extra star. 19c;
Elaine. 26^c; eocene. 19c; rtd crown and. motor
gs»oline,.in"bulk 17c. in cases 24c; engine distil
late, in drums 7%c. cases 7c more; 86 degree
gasoline, in bulk 30c. in cases 37% c; varnish
makers' and painters' naphtha, in bulk 13c, In
cases 22V6c.
Turpentine — OSc per gallon In cases and 81c in
bulk, drums and Iron barrels.
Uosin— E, $9.40; F. $9.45; G, $9.50; H. $9.55;
I. 9.00; •K. $0.75: M. $10; N. $10.35; WG,
$10.50; WW. $10.95 per barrel of 2SO lbs.
Bed and White Lead— Red. B'*<23c; white.
7&<gS«ie per lb. •
REFINED SUGAR MARKET ' t. -V
Tbe Western sugar rcfinlnz company quotes as
follows, terms not cash: Standard fine granu
lated. 5.25 c; standard coarse granulated. 5.25 c;
fruit granulated, 5.25 c; cut loaf, in barrels only.
7.25 c; n. & E. crystal dominos, 5 lb cartons \n
cans. 8.2& C; do In 2 lb cartons in cases, 8.75 c;
monarch --frar, S.COc; tablets. In half barrels.
s.Tic;. Tic; do In 25 lb boxes. 6c; cubes and A
crushed. 5.50 c: monarch powdered. 5.35 c; XXXX
powdered. 5.35 c; candy granulated, 5.35 c; confec
tioners' A. 5.25 c; confectioners' crystals, 5.35 c:
extra fine granulated, 5.05 c; magnolia A, 4.85 c;
extra C. 4.«5c. golden C, 4.65 c; D. 4.55 c. Bar
rels and 60 lb bags 10c, half barrels 25c. bores
50c more per 100 lbs than for bag* of 100 lbs
net. Bar in 35 and 40 lb tins $1.70 more. In 8
End 10 lb tins $2.35 more per 100 lbs tban price
for this grade In 100 lb bag*.
The California and Hawaii sugar refining com
pany quotes aa follows: Granulated basis. 5.25 c:
"Higrade" bar. 5.60e: powdered. 5.30 c; A
crushed. 5.50 c; berry. 5.25 c: C. &<H. extra fine
granulated, 5.25 c; coarse dry granulated, 5.25 c;
confectioners' A, 5.25 c; confectioners' crystals.
5.35 c; cubes, 5.50 c; bricks, half bbls, 5.75 c;
bricks, in 30 lb boxes. 6c: extra fine dry gran
ulated (100 lb bags only). £.05c: excelsior A.
4-Ssc; extra C. 4.7£ c; golden C. 4.65 c; yellow D,
4.55 c; cut loaf. In barrels only, 7.25 c; H. & E.
crystal dominos. 5 Jb cartons, in cases, 8.25 c;
co 2 ll> cartons. In cases, 8.75 c. Additional per
100 lbs: In barrels and 50 lb bags, 10c more;
half barrels. 25c more; boxes, 50c more for all
grades. Bar in 35 and 40 lb tins. $1.70 more;
in 10 lb tins. $2.35 more. Minimum order, car
load weight.
Refined Sugar Reduced
NEW YORK. Oct. 10.— All grades of refined
sugar were reduced 5c per 100 pounds today.
\f it York Produce
NEW YORK. Oct. 10.— Hides— Steady.
Petroleum— Steady.
Wool — Quiet.
Sugar— Raw. steady; Muscovado, S9 test. 3.40 c:
centrifupal. 96 test, 3.90 c: molas«K>s/ sugar. 89
test. 3.15 c; refined, qufcr: cutloaf. 5.75 c: crushed,
5.65 c: mold A, 5.30 c; cubes. 5.20 c; XXXX pow
dered, 5.10 c: powdered. 5.05 c; granulated, 4:95 c;
diamond A, 4.05 c: confectioners' A. 4.75 c; No. 1.
4.70 c: No. 2, 4.65 c: No. S, 4.G0r:.N0. 4. 4.55 c;
No. 5, 4.50 c; No. 6, 4.45 c; No. 7, 4.40 c: No. S,
4.35 c; No. », 4.30 c; No. 10. 4:25e; No. 11. 4.20 c;
No. 12. 4:15e; No. 13; 4.10 c: No. 14. 4.10 c..' .
Coffee — Closed barely steady at a net loss of 5
@10 points. Sales were reported of 2.350 bags.
October. November and December, 5.750; Janu
ary. 5.76 c: February. R.SOc; Murch and April.
S.S2c; May and June, S.B4c; July, Aiigust and
September. $.«*. Spot, quiet: -Ulo No. 7, 10H®
lie; Santr>s No. 4, ll'ic; mild, quiet; Cordova,
U&i<ai3%e.
Butter — .Steady; creamery specials. 30Vjc; ex
tras, 29c; thirds to firsts. 24©2Sc; state dairy,
common to finest. 230 28 c; proems, seconds to
special. 23<g27c: Imitation creamery, firsts, [email protected]
25e: fancy, June make, 23(g:24c; do current
aaVe. firsts. 21Q23C.
Cheese — Steady: state, whole milk, special.
J3HsQl7c; do fancy. 15i,ic; do choice. 14%@15c;
do good to prime, 14<g;14V4c; do common ro fair,
Il<ai3%c: skims, full .to special, [email protected]*ic. -
Eggs — Firm; state, . Pennsylvania and nearby
hennery wlilte, 33&40e: do gathered white. [email protected]
£6c; do hennery brown. [email protected]; gathered brown.
[email protected]; fresh gatbered. extra firsts. 27<g28V4c;
do firsts. 25%<g26Mic: do seconds. 2i©2r»c;'fresh
gathered dirties. No. 1 candled.' 20%@21^c; do
No. 2, lS<g2oe; r^frigeretor. special, mark fancy.
£s^(g26c; do firsts, [email protected]; do seconds, 22®
23bc.
DRIED FRUITS
Evaporated Appleis — Steady, quiet. On the
spot, fancy, are quoted at 10c: choice. $*«<&Q%c;
prime, [email protected]*ic; common to fair. [email protected]%c.
Prunes — Firm, especially for the smaller size*.
Quotation*. [email protected] for Californlas up to 3040s
and [email protected] fiir Oregong up to 60-20s.
Apricots— Qniet, steady. Choice, [email protected];
extra choice. 12&<&13c; fancy,[email protected]
Peaches — Inactive, barely steady. Choice, [email protected]
7%c; extra choice, fancy, BWt<29e. - \u0084
Ealsin*— Stoady, .with a quiet- trade. r>oose
muscatels, 5 V«@-6c for 2 "and 3 crown: choice to
fancy t*^ded. G^@Sc; seedless, 5S6c; London
layers, ?1.20®1.55.
Plttcuct'o Dairy Produce Mnrket
CHICAGO. Oct. 10.— Butter— Steady. Cream
eries, [email protected]; dairies. [email protected] *;'-, . \u25a0
Eggs — Kirm at mark, cases included: firsts,
23><ic; prime firsts, 25% c. Receipts. 4,724 cases.
Cbeeso— Steady. Dai&ie?, 15^^15%; twins,
14^[email protected]; Young Americas, 16^c; longhorns,
I6V2C.
I. os Angeles Prodnce Market
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
. LOS ANGELES,. Oct. 10— Receipts of eggs
were only 07 . cases today, but the prices were
not changed. Cheese and butter were firm. Po
tatoes were weak. . . - . \u25a0 -• :.
Receipts of produce \u25a0 were: Eggs, -07 cases;
butter. Gso pounds; cheese, 2SB pound*; pota
toes. 11.530 sacks; sweet potatoes, 11 seeks. :
Cheese (per lb) — Northern freeh. [email protected]?c;
eastern twine, 18\Ac;. eastern "Cheddars, ,20c;
eastern lonpborn, 19%@20c; eastern daisy, 15>c;
Swiss, imported, 32c; bwlsp, ' domestic, 22©24 c;
brick cream, 10c; limburper, lftc. \u25a0 \u25a0. .
Butter (per lb) — Creamery, extra, 33V4C; firsts,
32c; ladl4 butter. 25c; cookinjj butter, 25c.- .
Eggs (per dozen) — Local ranch, candled, firsts,
45c; case count. 41c; eastern fr«>6h, 35c; storage
extras, 32c; storage seconds, 37c. T \u25a0 ' \u25a0- • \u25a0••\u25a0•\u25a0'
Beans (per ctl>— No. 1 pink, $9.50; No. 1
limas, $4.75; I^ady Washington, $4.50: small
whites. No. 1, 54.50; black eye?, $5; Garvanzas.
$4.50; lentils, $7<&s. ,
Potatoes -(per -ctl) — New, local stock. $1.25;
highland. $ir<ji. 2s; Salinas, $1.75; sweet.pota
toes, $1.50<ai.C5.
Eastern Livestock Market
\u25a0 CHICAGO
CHICAGO. Oct. 10.— CaMle— Recetpts esti
mated at 30.000; market steady. 10c off. Boeves.
[email protected]; Texas stepra, [email protected]: western
pteers, [email protected]: stockers and feeders, $3.40<§"
5.75; cows and heifers, $2.25^6.50; calves, $7.50
QlO. •\u25a0-.'. --.:- - -
Hogs — Receipts estimated at 26,000; market
slow. Light, [email protected]; mixed, [email protected];
heavy, [email protected]; rough. $7.90^8.10; good to
choice heavy, $5.1055.75; pigs, $8(28.80; bulk of
sales. [email protected] . , - -
. Sheep — Receipts estimated at. 65,000; market
steady. Native. [email protected]; western, [email protected]
4.25; yearling*. $4.35(35.50; lambs, native, $4.50
@7.15; western, »4.75<?J7.
x SOUTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. 10. — Cattle— Receipts.
13,300; market steady, feeders lower. Native
steers. [email protected]: cows and helfprs. $3ig.>.40;
western steors. $3.70<55.60; ranue cows and helf
era. [email protected]: canoers, $2.75<g.3.40; Rtockers
and fe<Miers, $3.l."fii3.Sj; calTes, $3. 25 @7; bulls,
stags, etc.. [email protected]
Hors — RpcelptK, 2.800: market 10c lower.
Heavy, $«[email protected]; mixed. $S.2oigtg,3o; light. $8 40
GJS.7S; pigs, $7.50©5.50; bulk of sales, [email protected]
8.35. . • . - - - . ,
Sheep — Receipts. 63,000; raarSet steady to a
shade lower. Yearlinjrs, $4,504*5.40: wethers,
$3.50<g4.30; ewes. $3(g;3.75: lambs, $6.25©6.73.
KANSAS CITY - .
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 10.— Cattle— Receipts.
27,000; market steady to 10c lower. Native
steers, [email protected]; native cows and helferw,
[email protected]: stociters and fee<lerti. $3.40^5.75:
bulls. $3,255^4.25; calves. [email protected]:' western
steers. $4.50(56.60; western cows, $2.75<§5.2. l i.
Hosts— Receipts. 4,000; market 10c lower. Biilk
of »ales, $^.4098.75; heavy., $8.30U.5.50; packers
and butcher*. $5.40<35.75; light. [email protected]
Sheep — Receipts, 15,000; market steady. Mut
tops, $3.50^4.25: lambs. [email protected]; fed wethers"
and yearlings, $3.75^5.25; fed western ewes,
$3.50(34. -• \
MISCI3LLAXEOUS MARKETS
Cotton • Market
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.— E. F. Hntton & Co.'s
wire rays: \u25a0. . . .\u25a0,.\u25a0., ::,-.'\u25a0:>.:\u25a0•\u25a0-'-\u25a0 ,-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
"Thft cotton market- h as ; . been advanced •to
present unheard of prices for this time of year
by the enormous competitive buying of contracts
for future delivery by j spinners j and the spec
ulative public, based on extremely small crop es>
timates promulgated by pdbllc and private crop
estimators, which range from 10,184,000 bales. to
10,750.000. The unwisdom of basing operations
entirely upon sueh ' estimates > and especially be'
fore the actual -. occurrence ' of. killing : frost Is
revealed \u25a0when:.it Is considered " that . the United
States government with ; all , of Its facilities for
fathering. information aa to. the site of • the cot
ton crop never attempts* an i estimate , until *th«
middle of December, end even then its estimates
have often . proved j hundreds \u25a0 of . thousands . and
some time as much as 1.000,000 bales out of line
when compared \u25a0 with- the ; final ~ censas "figures
showing the number of bales actually 'ginned. - It
Is said that never In "history was the ; final ' out
turn of a crop -more dependent, upon "the date of
killing frost* than the present one \u25a0 and ; there", are
many well Informed cotton men who believe that
with- teasonabJe \u25a0 weather -during, the- nnxt> three
weeks the yield will surpass all expectations. "An
upward revision of crop ideas with the market. in
Its ' present • heavjly overboucht i condition would
probably incite drastic \u25a0 liquidation. «~' ;.'>., « ;- \u25a0•
"The announcement; by, bankers: that no'cottoq
bills will be honored not on board ship' after Oc
tober '18 unless accompanied by bankers* ' guar
antee* has probably been the most powerful Influ
ence In causing the • rapid • and sensational % ad
vance in cotton during. the last. few. days.^ Small
crop estimates \u25a0 and j f ear . of < killing '\u25a0 frost \u25a0 due \u25a0' to
the sudden 'drop. In temperatures the. latter part
of the, week el»o contributed i to : the . chaotic con
ditions. . but fair • and ' warmer - weather? now pre
vails ; throughout t lip belt and \if * mild .weather
continues a, f ew.< weeks* more < crop ; estimates i will
probably be • materially Increased, x . Prospects are
cnucually bright for record cotton. crops in Egypt,
India,' Enssla sod CMna, and it is probable that
THJ^ SAN:F^XCTSGd^
under-r these circumstances' a 'crop \u25a0 of ' 12.000.000,
bales of. American growth; together- with i the
782,000 bales carried over at. the end of last sea
son, would' prove ample . to meet all • consumptive
requirements during the remaining 10 months of
tho season. The- trade conditions ara far from
satisfactory in this country and spinners' takings
of American cotton for- the first 40 days of the
season show a falling off of about 200.000: bales
when compared with last year." v.'- ' '•• "''-,
Spot closed quiet. - * Middling uplands/ 14.65 c;
do gulf, 14.90 c .. Sales, 1.500 bales.
.-•- COTTON FUTURES • - Year
Open. High.- Low. Close. Oct. 8 ago.'
Jan. ....14.58 14.68 14.46 14.56 14.63 13.20
Feb. .... :.-.,;-• 14.62 14.69 13.18
March ...14.77 14.86 14.64 14.73 14.82 13.27
April M 4.77." 14.86 13.2S
May 14.59 14.97 14.73 14.84 ,"14.93 15.31
June ........ 14.50 . 14.89 13.28
July 14.83 ,14.95 14.74, 14.83 14.93 13.20
Oct. ....14.38 14.5S 14.30- 14.46 14.43; 13.16
Not. ...14.45 14.50 14.35 14.44 14.44 13.12
Dec, ....14.52 14.65 14.42 14.53 14.46 13.22
CALIFORNIA CAN GROW. COTTON.
A number of cotton bolls are on exhibition at
the First national bank in Oakdale.,, These speci
mens were grown by Gus Grcb of Orange Blossom
colony and are splendid- specimens of cotton.
The fiber seems to be a good length and the bolls
are as large as the average seen on the cotton
plantations in Georgia and Alabama. There is no
doubt at all as to v the adaptability, of this coun
try ' for cotton raising. ' \u25a0"• I\u25a0 . -. '
, The industry only awaits - the work , of some
brave hearted pioneer to get the matter started.
It might be a good thing for each of ns:to de
vote a portion of our gardens to experimenting
with cotton growing. If wo should all make a
little effort along this line and'then have a good
exhibit gathered and taken . to the several fairs
throughout the state it would not be long before
we would have the whole country talking about
Oakdale. It will not coat much of au effort and
it may be the means of bringing our 'section to
the front In cotton raising. — Oakdale Graphic.
The Mother Lode Magnet says:
"Similar bolls are on exhibition in the window
at the Hotel \u25a0 Neville at Jamestown and the
plants were grown from seed jby • Walter Chat
field, shop. clerk for the Sierra railway.
"Mr. Chalfleld picked up some seeds that he
found on a car floor and planted them Just out
side his office. -* y \u25a0 ' \u25a0 " - , ,
"The plants have received little attention
other than an occasional watering, but have
thrived and borne numerous bolls, most of which
have been picked as, souvenirs.
'"This Is another demonstration that cotton can
be raised in this section."
St. L,onla.Wool Mnrket
ST. LOUIS. Oct. 10. — Wool— Steady. Medium
grades, combing and clothing, 23<g24c; ll«ht
fine. [email protected]; heavy fine, [email protected]; tub washed,
[email protected] . \
Unfilled Steel Orders
NEW YORK. Oct. 10.— Unfilled orders on the
booksof the United States;steel corporation for
the month ended September 30.' total 8.155.106
tons, compared with 3.537.12S tons for the,month
ended' August 31. ! The figures were announced
today. The low_ record for unfilled • orders was
3,027,436 tons on September. 30, 1904.
. »vr York Metal Market-
NEW YORK, Oct. 10.— Standard copper, quiet.
Spot. October and November,' [email protected]; De
cember, [email protected] London, dull ; spot. £56
2s 6d: futures. £57. Arrivals were reported at
Npw York today of S5 tons.- Custom house re
turns thow exports \u25a0 of 7,202 tons so far this
month! Local dealers report a ' flrnr market.
Lake, 12.75Q13c: electrolytic, 12,62^@12.75c;
casting, 12.37^6J12.62^c. \u25a0 ••
Tin, unsettled. Spot. 35c bid: October, 3«. 50
<33"c; November, 35.25 <SS6c: December, [email protected]
35.50 c; January. 34.90i5t3r».25c. The London
market closed strong. Spot, £146. 65; futures.
Lead, quirt. Spot. [email protected] New York and
4.22^4<54.27i4c" East St. London, £12
18s 9d. '• . - ' .„ -' \u25a0 •-..
Spelter, quiet at [email protected] New lork and
5.37^(g5.42'^c East St. I-ouis. London. £23
17s 6d. ' '"•\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 .' '\u25a0 '- ' ' v - >
Iron— Cleveland warrants. 49s 10^d In London..
Locally iron was quiet... No. 1 foundry northern.
No. 1 foundry southern and No. 1 foundry south
ern soft. $15.75010.25; No. 2 foundry northern,
[email protected] . \u25a0
Nnval Stores— Turpentine nnd.Roiiln
SAVANNAH, Ga., Oct. 10.— Turpentine-
Steady; 7«Vic: Bales, none; receipts, 623; ship
ments. 318: "stock, 15,965. \u25a0\u25a0'- \u25a0-\u0084 .
' Rosin— Firm; sales, • 1,421: receipt», 2.065;
shipments, 1.691: stock. (M.360. Quotations:
B, $5.90; D, $0.15; X, $6.30; F, J6.45; G, $6.45;
H. 50.50: I, $0.55; X, $6.00; M, $6.65; N. $6.*0;
WG $6.90: WW, $J.
Weather Report
United States Department, of Agriculture,
Weather* Bureau. 'San Francisco, : Oct. 10, . 1910.
7^~~ Past Season Normal
Station— 24 hours, to date, to date.
Eureka .00 .57 2-'<J
Red Bluff ............. .01 . .41 ,1-24
Sacramento ............ .00 .IS- i .63
Mt. Tamalpais .14 .31.. ..(i
San Francisco .04. .00 .55
San Jose ' 00 .OH - .4<
Fresuo ._-00 .98 .53
Independence. ......00 .of> .4*.
San I.uls Oblspo. .00 .40 .69
\jos Angeles .00 .05 .18
San Diego . .... .00 \u25a0.:'. .22 .18
PACIFIC COAST STATIONS
i I: ? | ; - >.;•\u25a0'.';,' f p I
STATIONS _3 Hlf j STATIONS gog o |fj
I a ' "' '\u25a0 - " \u25a0 \u25a0 B' S
\u25a03 ' ~ O " \u25a0 ? « O ,
* .' - ' . ' '. '. \u25a0 a\u25a0\u25a0 --' '-' • '. -
Boise 88 '52 ..00 Reno 7S 46f-.00
Enreka ••"". 56 54 .00 Rosebnrjr . 54 50 :00
Flagstaff . 76 34 .00 Sac'mento 68 56 .01
Fresno ... S6 60 .00 Salt Lake.. S8 60 .00
Helena ... 70 40 .00 San ? Dlego. .72 50 .00
Honoluln . 82 74 .00 San Fran.. 60 50 .04
I'd'p.'ence . .82 .70 ".00 San" Jose.; 62 50 .00
Kallspell .. 70 44 .00 S.L. Obispo 62 52 .00
"^.Angeles. 7S 60 .00 SE. Faral'n Bto 52^.01'
Modcna '.:. SO 3S .00 Spokane .. 66 44 .00
Mt. T'lpals 70 45 .00 Summit ... 7S 45 .00
N'rth Head 52 50 .02 Tacoraa ... 52 54 .08
Phoenix.. 98 66 .00 Tatoosh .. 54 48 .00
Pocatello . 86 50 .00 Tonopah .. 70 .58 .00
Pt Rys Ltl 56 BO .00 Walla- .... 68 50 .00
Portland .. 58 50 .04 Win'm'cca .86 38 .00
Red- Bluff. 6S 66 .01 Yuma ..... 88 5S -.00
EASTERN STATIONS
Atl. City . 64 48 .00 Knoxville . 74 50 .00
Abilene ... 64 6fi .16 Louisville . 66 48 .00
Boston ... 60 ;49 .00 Memphis .. 76 54 .00
Buffalo ..: 56 40 .00 Montg'm'y 84 60 .00
Charleston 76 64 .00 Montreal . 54 44 .00
Chicago--.'. 66 50 .00 Moorhead . 84 46 .00
Denver ... 30 50 .00 N.-. Orleans 82 70 .04
Dcs Molnes 74 44 .00 New -York. 62 -50 ,00
Dodge City 84 48 .00 N. Platte.. 92 44 .00
Duluth ... -72 46 .00 Oklahoma 82 52 .00
Durango.. . 78 40 .00 Pittshurg . C 2 48 .00
Eastport".. 60 46 \u25a0 .00 Roswell ... 68 42 .06
Galvcston 76 68 1.16 St. Louis. . 68 48 .00
Green Bay 66 40 ..00 St. Paul... .82 ;48 .00
Hatteras . GC 62 .00 Tampa- ... r BB 72 ,01
Havre .... 08 38 .00 Toledo .... 64 42 .00
Huron .... 90 4R .00 Wayh'gtou 64 50 .00
f'cks'nvllle 82 72 \u008400 Winnipeg . 68... .00
Kansas C'y 78 52 .00 V -.: '\u25a0.-.• ; \u0084..:..
SYNOPSIS OF. WEATHER CONDITIONS
The pressure has fallen rapidly over the great
basin. ' resulting in unsettled weather, with occa
sional - showers over , the - central \u25a0 and northern
counties of California. Light rain has fallen in
th« .San. Francisco bay section and the Sacra
mento valley. •; - •. '.:» , .... \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0:• .- •'.".. ---
<- The weather has been! exceptionally clear and
pleasant " over the Rocky I mountain '\u25a0 section . and
eastward to the' Atlantic. \u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0-.Rain, is' reported in
the., gulf , states.: and at • Galveston .1.16: laches
have fallen. 'but otherwise fair weather has pre
vailed at all eastern points ' ln th<« middle west."
\u25a0 There have, been . no / temperature changes of
importance,' except In Minnesota am! , the lake
region, where it ,is much \u25a0 warmer, > and in Call
fornia. where there has' been: a sharp drop. In
the -San Jpaquin s valley the temperature has
fallen 20 degrees or more. - , \u25a0 " -
\u25a0*RaWn .growers 'have been advised- to. stack
owing to unsettled i conditions. .
| The relative : humidity at Red Bluff was. 55
per cent and. at Fresno 50 per tjent.
-- \u25a0> - .FORECAST.'*- . "-'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'
' San Francisco and vicinity — Unsettled Tuesdaj
with occasional showers; light south wind,- chang
inß .to north; .• \u25a0 . •. - \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0. > •-• ..->\u25a0 .. '-\u25a0 • \ ,- -:. .
JM Santa Clara valley— Unsettled leather Tuesday
with light 'fhower*: light south winds.- .-< .-\u25a0
• San Joaqnin . valley— Unsettled weather Tues
day,-with .showers;, light- south winds. Raisin
growers should stack.".-' -\u25a0 r : . -\u0084,\u25a0-•
-..V California routh v of ' the Tehachapi— Unsettled
weather Tuesday; showers by nlghl; light north
wind changing to south. \u25a0 -' . % .
• ,-- - ;A. G. McADIE, District Forecaster
HYDROGRAPHIC OFKOE
Depth^at mean Jow. water, entrance to harbor.
'."PLACED | Ft; -'.|. -Date \u25a0" | \u25a0-,".:'• : '\ Remarks,*: ;^;;; ,
1- : r ' 'I * ' . 21 ' feet U draft can •be
Grays Bar .16 Sept. 24 taken out south cfcaa
"- ' 'I' 1 ' nel at high water.;:.:
WlUapa Bl 27 iSepy .8|... .. r..v. .....;.; T7777T
Colum R.I 27 |Sept. - 8j . . . . . . ...... ...'.'.. T'.'. . "
• --•\u25a0\u25a0* -• \u25a0•- - \u25a0•• Bar buoy to '-. right of
Nehalni B 0 . July 10 ; entrance. ,. Channel ' is
» ".- -"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-:\u25a0 i shifting .to mort h,
- • _ - ; very "narrow. 150 ft.
Tillmk B«j "0 "I July 6 Channel \u25a0\u25a0 shifted Lraile
\u25a0 -•'' \u25a0" r I '\u25a0\u25a0<• --\u25a0• '\u25a0"'- south in gale Not. 88,
Yaqnlna B| : 13^|Sept. 12|.. . . ........ ...... . ; . .'.
Sluslaw '. Rl •\u25a0: 5 | Ang. 18| v.".y. . . , ... -.-. .-; .....;.:
Umpqaa \u25a0 R| 0 . ISept. 30 . ... . . . . . : .\u25a0...•. -. . ; . .^yT;
Coos > Bay. | -18 [Oct. JSlCa'q buoy No. i goncXi
CoqaiHe R| 8 [Oct. - 4|Channel straight. \u25a0 ~><
Rogue Rlv| 2 |Sept. > 1 1 .'.-. . .—. . . . .;-.:... . .-. . .-.*
Klamth •R| \u25a0 5 |Ang. \u25a0 HChanncl S. W. stralghtr
Hmbldt Bl 19 .: ISept. \u25a0:\u25a0 1 Channel- straight work
';•- -I :v •\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0•• I'" \u25a0?'-* \u25a0 ;-itngi notth. \u25a0»i-J. t .-.d>-.-V:.-/-;
a* Pedro Bl 20 r | Sept. 30[ No change .In channel^
S Diego B| . 28% | Sept.- 30jNo change ; in ehinne'lT.
SPablo 8j.34 I Aug. : 20|Depthiin dredged ' cban
,;,--y. \u25a0v-"' - I: '\u25a0-.--\u25a0:.';\u25a0\u25a0:] -nel.^ -::^,r:^.:
,?'.•-'\u25a0\u25a0 :i.i:: r ;i ChHnKe-:of \MaiteriV\- •.—:'*'-" ::- '-
\u25a0i \u25a0'\u25a0 Steamer City, of' Topeka^^Late master,"J.*John
stone; present, J.: Farra." - \u25a0"-" -,T .: -;"\u25a0 , -i. ; -. \u0084\u25a0,-•\u25a0:
;::-'. i-.----.-jr-;' \u25a0 .:.-;>ENKQpt.MENTS^^ i : \u25a0".--'\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0", & "
•>\u25a0 Schooner Fearlows-^.. Tl. TLiljeqnlßt,- master. V »
", Schooner Alpena-^An Nelson, master.- --•\u25a0\u25a0 -
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
MANY ASIATICS
ONTHE WAY HERE
Liner Mongolia, Due Saturday,
Is Bringing 400 Oriental \
Immigrants
HEc Pacific: Mail
.iner Mongolia,.Cap
:ain E.;sP;- Kltt.|
which left Honolulu j
it . 1 0 •• a. ni. ' Sunday
mdiis due here Sat
if day. morning:, '/ is
jrlnglng a ;: record
:rowd of: passen
jers, Including the
largest humberV; of
Asiatics that j have
seen \ brought across
the Pacific by \u25a0':. one
ship since the days
aefore the exclusion
ict. Of the 135 cabin
passengers .on the
ilner, 125 are from
Zlhlna and Japan. In
:he steerage are- 400
Asiatics. •
The Mongolia also is bringing a large
cargo. Of a total of 11,500 tons,- 3,400
tons are for shipment overland and 100
tons for Central -America. cargo
includes 60 tons of raw silk. •\u25a0• ; . ;
The Mongolia nvas 1,959; miles from
here at 8 .o'clock Sunday, night, accord
ing to a wireless message received yes
terday from the big ship, r . ' , -
> W r lU ' Sne Owner of 'Schooner ,' '
PAPEETE, Tahiti, Sept. 25.— Action
has been taken here by the French con
sul ; against the -American . schooner
Balnbridge to secure compensation for
the widow of a- native who was crushed
to death while assisting in discharging
a load of lumber carried by the' vesseL
Damages of $2,000 have been asked and
it is 1 probable that the action will be
brought against the owners, the Port
Blakeley mill company/of ' San 'Fran
cisco! , i ..- \u25a0' '.•-, •• *..' :\u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0\u25a0 . '{';\u25a0:< --\u0084-.
Lnrllne Has n Big Cargo
The Matson navigation company's
liner Lurline, -which is due tomorrow
at noon from Honolulu, -is bringing 25
passengers and 4,000 tons of- freight.
The cargcH includes.' 48,000 cases ;of
canned pineapples, t the " largest single
shipment of-this product ever sent from
the territory. of Hawaii. The cargo also
includes 500 tons of sugar, 4,000 bunches
of bananas and 340 crates of fresh pine
apples. The . Mat&'on freighter Nevadan
was duelast night from Hilo.- >• -\u25a0
Asia Mill Sail Today
The Pacific Mall liner Asia; Captain
Harry' Gaukroger. will sail atl o'clock
this afternoon for: the far east. The
liner will carry a large cargo, 70 cabin
passengers and 150 -Asiatics. Among
the latter .will, be 126 Hindus 1 who have
been refused landing on the ground
that they were diseased. andof physique
so inferior that- they would likely be
come public charges. .
"Water Front Notes
Receipts of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 2,334,000 feet.. -'
The Pacific Mail liner City of Panama
is due today fromUhe- isthmus 1 , and the
Kosmos liner Osiris is due from Ham
burg by way 'of South and \u25a0, Central
American : ports.\ ~ ; , ';
Ships Encounter " Storms
SAN DIEGO, Oct. 10.— The steamer
Manuel 'Herrerias* : arrived today, two
days .overdue from Mazatlan., It ; re
ports that 1 it encountered a -terrific
hurricane' October 2 a few hours after
teaving -Mazatlan. ~ The Herrerias Host
a lifeboat, life preservers and : every
thing movable on'the afterdeck. Cap
tain Quevado says that the steamer Li
mantour left Mazatlan for Guaymas
October 2 and has not been reported and
that the steamer Suella. owned by the
Southern Pacific.- was driven ashore on
an- island- near Mazatlan and may , be a
total wreck. \u25a0 ':*
:\u25a0\u25a0%\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ; By -United AVlrelesa •
>-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. •- . • . Monday, Oct. 10, 1910.
STEAMER HILONIAN— From San Francisco Oct.
8. for Honolulu and Hllo; Oct. 0, 8 p.:m..'275
milps from San Francisco llphtsblp. :•- Fresh
northwest wind; long northwest swell; cloudy.
\u0084Ali.weli.:";i r. ::;-,-;--: -:'-,'-: v :%;\u25a0;-: .\u25a0'.'.\u25a0. :
BRITISH STEAMEK PECTAN— From ' Port San
Lulf, for Ancon; Oct. 0, 8 p. m., 300 ' miles
south ; of Port i Harfprd. Fine weather.
STEAMER SANTA MABIA— F»om Honolulu,- for
Port San Luis; O(*T 9. 8 p. ni., 1.400 mlleß
from Port Harford. Strong . northeast gale ;
; heavy, head gea. , : ". ' ; ; .' . : f
STEAMEK MONGOLIA— From Honolulu.' for "San
Francisco; Oct. 0. 8 p. m., 1,000 miles from,
San Francisco. Air well. - ' ' ;
STEAMER W. S. PORTER^-Frora San Francitico
Oct. 9, for Astoria; Oct. 9, 8 p.. m.. off -Point
' Reyes. « Light northwest wind;* moderate sea;
-\u25a0\u25a0:' thick tog? v \u25a0-.*\u25a0'--: -; _;''---, ;\u25a0 ...'•- .
STEAMER BAKTA ROSA— From- San Diego, Cor
' -San Francisco. ;' Due at 5:15 p. m. V. •
STEAMER : BANTA ; RITA-^S p. \u25a0 m. , Oct. 9,' left
Port San Luis for Honolulu.
BARGE .' NINETY-THREE— Sailed' from^ '/.Point
'^Orient in tow of ; tug \u25a0 Dauntless ; 8 :30 p. m.,
Oet 8" off Polnf Montara. . Moderate south'
• west wind; light west swell; barometer, 20.96;
- temperature, 56 degrees. :., > _\u25a0*; : .;•.,•.;. v-;
STEAMER ENTERPRISE— B p. i m;/ Oct. 9, 470
miles \u25a0 from •\u25a0lightship.'-- Cloudy; fresh north
west winds ;. northwest swells and sea;
STEAMER WASHTENAW— B p. 'm. , Oct.. 9, off
\u0084' .Point Cabrlllo. Light, wind and, fine ;weather.
STEAMER PRESIDENT— 6 p. m.,^ Oct. 9, 4H
miles south of Point Montara. , Light south
-'"' wind «nd smooth sea:/ ; . . . * ;;\
STEAMER i GOVERNOR — From : San : Francisco
Oct 8, for Seattle; Oct. 9, 8 p. ni., 96 miles
north of Cape Blanco. '<\u25a0. Cloudy; light rain full,
ing; - wind :NNW;_ swell; 'barometer,'' 30.01;
~ temperature, 54. "'..; '... " .. '- , ''
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
' ARRIVED ' \
'.' .._ t"\u25a0 \u25a0"-•\u25a0;•\u25a0\u25a0'. Sunday, 0ct... 9. \u25a0':'.;
10-45 p.m:, yacbtMartha, Hanlfy. -j
! 10:10 p. in., yacht -Yankee, Miller. '" ,lV
"\u25a0 ' • .:. :•-•- '.;;.;\u25a0 Monday, OcUK). :\u25a0.
' *©-5Q p. m., stmr Thomas L. Wand, Peterson,
100 hours from Everett ; 700,000 , feet : lumber .to
Olson & Mahoney. \u25a0* "•\u25a0".". "•'..". \u25a0'\u25a0'•-\u25a0" .:'\u25a0<\u25a0\u25a0 ?:- : J- -*'•;
: 5*20 p.m.,: stmr Santa Rosa, .'Alexander, 39^4
hours from San Diego and way ports; passengers
and merchandise to Pacific Coast steamship com-
P *7 :20 p.* m.. Ger stmr : Osiris, Shwank',' 114 days
from - Hamburg. Yla : Mazatlao 5 days ; passen
gers and merchandise : to Kosmos steamship : com
8-10a. m., stmr Colonel - E." L." Drake/ Smith.
4 days -from Seattle; >• ballast to Standard ; oil
company; up ri^sr. : - \ * ~;r ~...-.,
8-10 a.' m... barge Kirkwood,- 4
days from Seattle; -ballast to Standard- oil : com'
pany, in tow stmr,Colonel;E. L. Drake.- - v < -
8:10 a. m.7 schr .Washcalore,' Peterson," 3 days
from Bandon; lumber to order, up river. .- . .:;
12-80 "\u25a0«.«!., * stmr , Homer, 1 Dorris.v 69 .hours
from- San j Pedro; i merchandise : to Pacific Coast
steamship; company.^ \u25a0\u25a0','' ' ",^ _"v . ' f
3-40 a.-m.-, schr Santiago, McDonald, 11 hours
from | Monterey ; : 11,000 barrels oil to Associated
transportation company, vjn -tow ( trig ; Navigator. ?.;
\u25a0••\u25a0\u25a0 11/a.>m.;- stmr .V, atson. ? O'Brien, 70 * hours
from >\u25a0 Seattle ; ! : passengers {•\u25a0 and f merchandise . to
Alaska-Pacino i steamship \ company. -Xt
fin a m.,"*tmr< Navarre, Hoffman," 41 hours from
Crescent City ; \ 234,000 ; feet • . lumber ;to r Hobbs,
- 9-10 a.m!, stmr : J.A. Chanslor.'Macdonald,
48 hours ' f rqm^Astoria ; \ ballast ; to ' Associated
transportation ' company.', j - -.. •\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-* v- - . .'>. ,-j .<- - ,
i- B:2o'pA-m.,*stmr. Nehalem, Nelson, 72 hours
from /•> Columbia river ; i- 800,000 .;• feet ;-; lumber to
Hammond -lumber .company.. \u25a0 L ; \u25a0
: • 3 -20 -. p. \u25a0 ' m.% v* stmr 3 Coronado. -' Stangeland," •73
hours \u25a0•- from ? Grays " Harbor ; ;. 600,000 . feat i lumber
to. Dollar steamship company. v.: \u0084"•:-;,\u25a0. : ..
1 1 S'2o p, 1 m-Vi stmr Capastrano,~Klose, ; 73^ hours
from ' Grays ' Harbor ; 700,000 feet • lumber to Sud
den; &: Co.-: i \u25a0'; : : -' ;',; ', : -^.r. r -\u25a0'' -i"-< \u25a0 \u25a0. }\u25a0 :..- .'-.\u25a0' - .•'.\u25a0\u25a0.:
\u25a0 i»p m.', -yacht Aggie, Murphy. -„..'..:.-. ... . ,
' '. ' I :4s '\u25a0\u25a0 p.;mM \u25a0- stmr Admiral r Sampson,'-* Bartletr,'
27%' hours, from San Pedro;' passengers 'and mer
chandUe ,to Alaska-Pacific steamship i comptny.r,'
.... --....•- \u25a0^-\u25a0- .. ,--,''•'.:\u25a0.\u25a0 CLEARED "\u25a0\u25a0:-. -\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'.'• > . f •\u25a0\u25a0'\u0084 '.-••'\u25a0
.'.Si : :.-: : '}1 1 •''-\u25a0!. '-V-^-v"--. ; s--'" "Monday/* Oct. ia:~
>: Stmr.O President,^ Thomas, .;. San'; Diego ; j Pacific
Coast steamship \u25a0 company. .-\u25a0.;>'- . <
: Schr ; Honoipu.'- Langfeldt ; ; Hind,? Rolph & Co;
. ' power Monterey, ;\u25a0 Anderson, : Manila;
Charles * Anderson. «\u25a0'; ----1' :•> -•• <•::\u25a0\u25a0:•: ' - \u25a0.:-;. \u25a0-\
. Br stmr T Asia.^ Gaukroger,' I Honf kong, etc. ; \u25a0 Pa>
"cifiCMail steamship company./-.. ; :
. : .-S- -< •:: \u25a0- \u25a0:.-.- .:~v ...-SAILED (•-"\u25a0-• '\u25a0'.\u25a0. \u25a0 >;'. -,."• '^<i. :., \ ':
;.; \u25a0;' - J : -'- \V" .*; -\u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 -<* v"--^ f' 5 - Monday. ',Oct3lO. : : v
' » 7i - JO :!K5 p. ; m- ',' stmr f Nome j Clty.'.Hanscn," 1 ' Seattle. 1
?*-' 4 ;20 J p. ';> m.;-! stmr v President;" «i Thomas, ft San
Diego. ** -iv \u25a0•\u25a0 .:r V-".;!.'-' :.^" '' •*'" s, "' •'*• \u25a0 '"-\u25a0"' •"" i ;" ; >'>. : ;C "->\u25a0?•,'
/ 4:40 p. m... Br stmr. Bessie Dollar, Cross, Port
Townsend.'.-.v ,: . '\u25a0\u25a0~.'~...- . ".-:•.-.-. \u0084\u25a0 ' -\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0-. .. ]
1 -4:40- p. -' m.-, \u25a0 Barge " ; Ninety-threer:Kirkwood, i
Port. San \u25a0 Luis, in tow. Dauntless. " .
. BktnFullerton,'. Curtis, Jort: San' Luisr in -tow
tug. Defiance. :'..\u25a0•-'.•"••-*• . :-\u25a0\u25a0-:: \u25a0 '
4:15 \u25a0, p.- m., .schr Czarina,-. Wallstedt, Pirate
Cove.'..- :.-;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;- -\u25a0•>\u25a0/.:.'"\u25a0\u25a0 r•- \u25a0\u25a0 -.-:\u25a0 \u25a0—-\u25a0-\u25a0: -'- /-.-;.•
• 4:10 p. •m... stmr ' Noyo. Swansen."- Fcrt ; Bragg.
OUTSIDE, BOUND IN. 3 P. M. '-
, - :' . . -: '*• Monday, Oct.. 10. .
~. Stmrs Capastrano, Coronado and Nehalem.^ -•
"- : \u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0•.-,-:-- .-SPOKEN-,. - \u25a0.-,\u25a0-:-\u25a0 \u25a0-'
' \u25a0 \u25a0 ; No \u25a0: date, in lat . 14 N, . long 26 *W,- Br - ship
Olivebank.-t from • Hamburg, i for Santa = Rosalia. ,
Per vstmr ( Olson & Mahony— Oct. 6. • 40 , miles
NW % N of Columbia .river lightship, Fr ' bark
Babln \u25a0 Chevaye, from London;- for Oregon; gave
, him -position. -. Weather misty;'wind light,. SE. m
TELEGRAPHIC .
I'! POINT- LOBOS. Oct. 10. 10 p. m.— Weather
clear;, wind west, .velocity 10 miles per hour.-- |
WEATHER REPORTS
POINT LOBOS,- Oct. 10,-0 a. m.— Weather
• foggy; wind west, velocity elgbt miles per hour.
POINT REYES. Oct. i 10, » a. m— Weather
cloudy: wind west, velocity 13 ' miles per honr.
FARALLONES. Oct. 10. 9 a. m.— Weather
cloudy; wind northwest; velocity four miles per
hour.: A •' . \u25a0 . . • ;, " ' -" \u25a0 \u25a0 -
TATOOSH. Oct.. 10. 0 a. m.— Weather cloudy;
wind northeast, velocity 12 miles per hour. . - ; \u25a0
POINT LOBOS. V Oct. 10. 12 m.— Weather
f°fgy« wind west, velocity eight miles per hour.
. POINT LOBOS, :, Oct. 10, 3: p. m.— Weather
foggy; wind west, velocity 10 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC -PORTS
i WEST POlNT— Passed Oct. 10. 1:30 p. m.—
Stmr Seward.^from Alaska.- for Tacoma.
UMPQUA RlVEß— Arrived Oct. 10— Schr Sa
die, hence Sept. 18. -
• COOS BAY— Arrived Oct.' 10— Schr Advent,
hence Sept. 10; schr Hugh Hogan. hence Oct. 1.
• Sailed Oct. 10 — Schr Oregon, for Coqullle river;
stmr Redondo, for San Francisco. -^ .- \u25a0 \u25a0 i
REDONDO- BEACH— Arrived v Oct. 10— Schr
Transit, from Hllo; strar Marshfleld. from Union
i landing: ! stmr Hoqulam, from Hoqulam; stmr
Grace •Dollar.- from -- San ; : Pedro; \u25a0 stmr George
Loomls. hence Oct. 8 and sailed for San Pedro.
POINT REYES— Passed Oct. 10, 8:50 a. m.—
: Stmr Watson, from " Seattle, for San Francisco;:
11 :50 a. \u25a0 m.. stmr Coronado, I from Grays Harbor,
for San Francisco: .11:35 a. m., stmr Capastrano,
from Grays Harbor.- for- San Francisco; .7:25
a.' m.,' stmr Roma. from. San Pedro, for Tacoma;
11:05 a.-m.. \u25a0 stmr Nehalem. from Astoria, .for
San Pedro; \u25a0 2:40 p. m.. stmr Daisy 7 Mitchell,'
from Grays Harbor, for San Pedro; square rigger,
15 miles west, bound' in. : v,
Passed Oct. 10. 5:55 p. -m. — Three masted
stmr with letter O on stack, probably Thomas
L. Wand, from Everett, for San Francisco; 6:30
p. m., stmr Daisy Mitchell, from Aberdeen, for
San Pedro. • • • : \u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0-•• - \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 j
Passed south, Oct. 10,1:45 p. m.— Stmr Doris,
from Grays Harbor. "for San Francisco. ; ;-
ASTORIA — Sailed Oct. 10, 6 a. m.— Stmr Rose
City, for San Francisco;.. o a. m.. stmr Yellow
stone, for San Pedro; schr Henry K. Hall, .for
Sydney, Australia. -\- ; , . . \u0084
' Sailed' Oct. -10. "noon — Fr bark Glen de Bois
deffre, for^ Havre.; • < ; ....
; 'Arrived Oct. 10,4 p. m. — Stmr Coaster, 'hence
I Oct. ;7. \u25a0 \u25a0 ' :\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0 . : - ; :• :
Arrived Oct. 10.. 7 a.m. — Stmr Beaver, hence
October 8; 8 a. m., stmr F. S. Loop, hence
Oct. 6. \u25a0•-.\u25a0\u25a0:
TACOMA— Arrived Oct. 10— Stmrs Meteor and
Queen, from^Se.sttle. '-.:\u25a0. • • , -. -
Arrived Oct. 10 — Stmr Buckman, from Seattle.
: Sailed Oct. 10— Stmr St. Helens, for Everett;
stmr Queen, for Seattle. . .
SOUTH BEND— Arrived Oct. 10. 8:30 a. m.—
Strar Qulnault. . f rom Astoria. - ;
SANTA— BARBARA— Arrived Oct. 9— Stmr
Santa Rosa, from San Diego, and sailed for San
Franciaco. -• • .- - '.:.. . •
: ABERDEEN— Arrived Oct. 9— Stmrs Newburg
and Cbehalld, hence Oct. 5; schr Maweema,
from San Diego. . / ' -. -.'\u25a0 \
Salled-Oct. 10 — Stmr Westerner, for San Fran-'
Cisco.- \u25a0- - .;- -.•\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0•..- '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0.•\u25a0\u25a0 . :..*\u25a0---.'
Barbound Oct. 10 — Schr Chnrchill, Schr Po
laris, bktn John Palmer, bktn Jane L. Stanford.
EUREKA— Arrived Oct. 10, 6 a. m— Stmr
North Fork,' hence Oct.- 8: . stmr. Aurelia. whence
Oet.S; stmr Prentiss, hence Oct. 8; stmr 'River
side.hence Oct. 8; 7 a. m., US stmr Sequoia,
from cruise: 0 a. m... stmr State of California.
; hence Oct. 9. Oct.-9, -6 p.'m. — stmr Vanguard,
hence 0ct. ;8.~ . < ' • -• . * ' - ,>^
Sailed Oct. 10, 7 a. m. — Stmr . Katherine, for
San Francisco; stmr Santa Clara, for San-Fran
cisco;- 11 a. ,m., US stmr, Sequoia, for San
Francisco.- - \u25a0 ' \ •\u25a0- • - - .' . •
FORT BKAGG— Arrived. Oct. 10— Stmr James
S. Hlgglus; hen^e Oct. 9; stmr. National City,
hence Oct. 8. • ' • ' .
i EAST SAN PEDRO— Arrived Oct. 10, 7 a. m.—
Stmr Francis H. Leggett. from Eureka.
PORT SAN LUlS— Sailed Oct. 10, 3 a. m.—
Stmr Santa Rita.- for Kaliulul.. ..::'>' ' \u25a0
Arrived Oct. 10, 8 a. m. — Stmr Trinculo, from
Panama. . •' . :: ... . \u25a0
SAN PEDRO— Arrived ! Oct: 9-rStmr laqna,
hence Oct.- 7; atmr Curacao. hence'Oct; 7.
• Arrived Oct.; 10 — Stmr Tallac. from Everett;
stmr Francis ff.'Leggett, from East San Pedro;
stmr Santa Barbara, hence Oct. 8; stmr Roan
oke. -hence .Oct.. 9;- stmr, Samoa, hence. Oct. '8;
stmr William H. Murphy, from Eureka. \u25a0 .
- Sailed I Oct. 10— Stmr . Roanoke, for. San Diego.
. • Sailed Oct. 1 o— Stmr -Curacao, - for Guaymas;
stmr Admiral Sampson/for San Francisco, .\u25a0 \u25a0.
SEATTLE— Arrived Oct. 10, 7 a. m.— Stmr
Shellkoff." from -Uyak; 11 a. m., stmr Cottage
City, from Sbagway. : ; :-r : . :
: Arrived , Oct. 10, ; 2 p. to.— Stmr Melville Dol
lar, hertce Oct. 4.- . ; " ' : \u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0- -" -. •'
Sailed Oct. 10r6 p.- m.— Stmr Delhi, f or -— ~.
KARLUK— SaiIed Oct. 3— Ship Star of , Russia,
for - San Francisco, i Oct. s— Stmr Unimakr- for
San -Francisco; stmr Nushagak, -for San Fran
cisco. \u25a0 *-': \u25a0\u0084 - \u25a0 ' . . . ' . ,
:-NOYO — Arrived Oct." 10, 9 ; a. v m. — Schr -For
ester, henre Oct.- 8. in'tow stmr National City.
CRESCENT - ClTY— Barbound outside, Oct.
10— Stmr Mandalay. hence Oct. 6- .
IVERSONS LANDING— SaiIed Oct.. 10, noon—
Stmr^Whltesboro. for San Francisco. \u25a0> • •\u25a0 --' •' -
TATOOSH— Passed -inward Oct. 10. 12:30
p. m. — Stmr Governor, hence Oct. 8 for Seattle;
1 p. m., stmr Tampico. bence Oct. J 6 for Seattle.
. In Oct. 10. 5;15.p. m.— Schr Almna, from An
tofagasta, for -Townsend. . • ' •". \u25a0- - . :
Out Oct. 10— Launch Sea Otter, for .
Outside, bound. in, Oct. 10 — A schooner. '. •
..' .•,:-.-. :.-, -. ISLAND PORTS
HONOLULU— Arrived ; Oct.. 10— Ship Marlon
Chilcott, from Gavlota. ••- '
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.--\u25a0 EASTERN PORTS
- NEW YORK— Arrived Oct. 9— Stmr Qregonlan,
from Puerto Mexico. \u25a0 ' " : -
Sailed ' Oct. 10, 4 p.-m., stmr Hawaiian, for
Puerto Mexico. , . ' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-. -" \u25a0•':\u25a0\u25a0
BOSTON— Arrived Oct. 8-?-Br stmr : Satsuma,
from - Manila. \- \u25a0 . :; - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0•.••; .-^ -»-..,.• \u0084, ..
- FOREIGN PORTS it-'
" LAS: P ALMAS— Arrived Sept. 27— Ger stmr
Anuhis, • from Valparaiso, - for Hamburg. - r Oct.
B— Ger stmr Sals,' from San Francisco June 7' for
Hamburg.; - - . . , •
: BORT NATAL— Sailed .Oct. 7— Br stmr Har
low.-for Manila. .. ,
. PUNTA ARENAS— SaiIed Oct.' o.— Ger stmr 81
aak. for Hamburg. \u25a0 \u0084 •, • .
GUAYMAS— Arrived g«pt. 26— Br ttmr Persia,
from Hongkong, and Bailed Sept. '27/ for Hong
kongi- \u25a0\u25a0 : >».•! \u25a0-.\u25a0; - ; ••- \u25a0. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-.--\u25a0:.- - \u25a0..
\u25a0 MANZANILLO--Salled Oct. 7-^Jap stmr Kiyo
Maru. for Salina Cms. :.\u25a0'--•:-.
LIVERPOOL— SaiIed Sept. 20-^Fr bark Mo-
Here, for Victoria. B. C .
PUERTO MEXlCO— Sailed Oct. 8. 8 a. m —
Stmr American, -for. Philadelphia and. New York
/ HANKOW— -Arrived' Oct. 6.— Br stmr Hazel
Dollar, from ! Hankow, .. to . sail for' Mororan
Oct.-14. - \u25a0\u25a0•• '\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0:-.:.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0---- \u25a0.: .- , -,
VALPARAISO— SaiIed Oct. B— Ger stmr Serak,
for San. Francipco. : •>- : -
OCEAN STEAMERS
NEW i YORK— -Arrived - Oct. ; 10 — Stmr ". Kroon
land, from Antwerp ; - stmr Martha I Washington, |
from Trieste.. .-.;; . ;. . '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0
CHERBOURG— Arrived Oct. 10— Stmr = Kaiser
WHhelm:I T .<from New York." . '.
Sailed Oct. 9— Stmr Barbarossa.-for New York.
TRlESTE— Arrived Oct. o— Stmr Ultonla, from
New York.> v : ;-.-• ' •;. . \u25a0 -.-.-\u25a0 , ..
CHHISTIANRAND-^Sailed Oct. B—Stmr,8 — Stmr , Hel
llg Olav. for New York."-- -."'-• ? • .
Arrived Oct.O— Stmr United States, from New
\u25a0York.-.;-.-* ! V •'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0- -\u25a0- \u25a0-"- \u25a0-, -..- / - - \u25a0
'*-, GIBRALTAR — Sailed 1 Oct. B— Stmr Pannonla,
for "New> York. ;- - =:< - \u25a0\u25a0-*.- .- •::«-.- >* -. .
BOULOGNE— SaiIed Oct. 8-^Stmr Ryndam, for
New York.- - ;:-\u25a0.:- -vV-..- '\u0084- :;v . \u25a0; - \u25a0
- DO VEtt— Arrived . Oct. 10— Stmr Vaderland,
from New York. - '\u25a0 . ; >\u25a0 <~p ;, .^ •> ... . \u0084
GENOA— Sailed Oct. ? : 10— Stmr Taoramana,
foX'New York. \u25a0:'•'\u25a0\u25a0'- ••\u25a0 \u25a0-.'--\u25a0 : J **>.'
BONGKONCf-~Saned Oct. 10^-Stmr Empress of
Japan, for Vancouver, v \u25a0.- --.-\u25a0\u25a0.
« NAPLES— Arrived Oct.- 7— Stmr Veneiia, from
New York." >< •';.*'\u25a0 •-\u25a0\u25a0:• .. , .- . '"\u25a0' — ' .- ..
YOKOHAMA— Arrived Oct. B— Stmr Mont
eagle, from Vancouver. •'. •• \u25a0•."-\u25a0'--«,."\u25a0 .::•:-.
BREMEN— Arrived Oct. 10— Stmr Friedrlch d*r
Grosse, . from •\u25a0 New -iYork. :.\u25a0 U '\u25a0' \u25a0 -•. \u25a0\u25a0-: -\u25a0 ' \u25a0 i- ; '— .--,;•; •/; *\u25a0 '
- , SHANGHAI— Arrived ••\u25a0 previous to Oct. . \u25a0. JO—
Stmr Admiral Exelmans,* from Antwerp, etc./ for
Son : Francisco,; „..:.•.. ,
Memoranda
>' Pumps . on ' Nor " stmr ; : Damara.V; ashore ': at : Fort
Point,,: , have ;>. the Y- water ' well ..", under . ; control.
.Weather ; some .. rougher than - yesterday.: -? At .8
, a.';: m. "*• today- commenced Jettisoning • carjro • from
forward ? hatch, y : Scow - schooner lyips alongside,'
about main hatch. y -%^-»- i. *r"r \u25a0 .% .-;-, \ .••-., . -.;.:, -\u25a0;
' .POINT LOBOSrOct.' lO. 1 - J2:50 p.m.-r-Slx.tnffs
are now pnllins on Br stmr Damnra. ashore at
Fort Point. -: Cargo Is thrown 'overboard
f orerand aft. 7 a Attempt \u25a0of tugs ; to : float- the Br
atmr --Damara ,at- high ,water^ today > proved'un
successful.' .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0Anchor; run " from ; bow. j Some . steve-T
dores \u25a0 returned."^* '\u25a0-\u25a0^.-^\u25a0f. '\u25a0"-?- \--7-' : -- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 r .v- ••' \u25a0 •-\u25a0"'
*. ' 1 i p.*' m.— Stmr: Damara has ' been . moved . from
16 to 20 V feet -by" tugs. t< •' -\u25a0:.,'. "..- \u25a0::-.-.
\u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0ki SAN ; FRANCISCO. -- Oct. . 10.^2 p. ' m.— Br stmr
Damara . ashore ' at Fort i Point; : lies : tn same post- ,
Hon \u25a0as • reported . at . I•\u25a0 p. ' m: ; ' ba» \u25a0 not moved j any.-)
jS Unknown I launch : capsized i while i alongside \u25a0 the'
wrecked I stmr Damara. j off ' Fort \u25a0 Point,- today.-"-, c
IV SAN I DIEGO." Oct.^ 10. -#Mcx stmr ; Manuel Her
rerlas of Mexican steam«nip company is two days
overdue from « Mazatlan,' ; f or \u25a0 this ; port.-r" '\u25a0.:, :V \u25a0':
\u25a0*a SAN > PEDRO,"i Oct. ao.— Stmr -. Tallac, which
went * ashore " two i miles * north >of j Poi nt i Reyes,
bound • from J. Everett sto I this \u25a0 port." arrived ; here
this : morning : apparently . nndamaged: . . . . - \u25a0
-. , t i < ..-Arni'y4.Traiisport«;: :"' •;;.
yi !The Bnford is in port.- out of commission. - •
-'"-.The. Crook is atiManila/^ : ; ;i ; -•';-\u25a0 - :
5? The i Dlx s Is ' homeward . bound , to > Seattle. Ar
rived October 9 at ; Honolulu. 'p- - . -> .
T^ The' Logan;? putward .bound," left Honolulu Sep
tember 16.' " .
7 \u25a0 The \u25a0 Sheridan, ' homeward j bound; - sailed October
C from Honolulu. : -'> ; :~ v :, .;•- -;••;,-",- ': -\u25a0 :•\u25a0 : <-.-\u25a0.
:-: The Sherman sailed October 5 for Manila.
: : The Thomas. is here under repairs.
•> The Warren Is at Manila, v. t
f_ '_":\u25a0 PIER DIRECTORY -:t
NORTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 3 Washington Pier 17. ". Union 1
Pier v ß.V.;.... Jackson Pier 19........ .Uni0n 2
Pier 1.JT...... Pacific Pier 21:.. ...".. Filbert
Pitr. \u25a0 9.\ . . .Broadway l Pier 23. . ..Greenwich X
Pier 11.... '.Broadway 2 Pier 25.:.. Greenwich 2
Pier 13....... :• Vallejo iPier 27..... . Lombard
Pier 15........'., GreentlPler 51.......... Powell
'• . . SOUTH OF MARKET STREET
Pier 4...v- Mission 2! I Pier 2S Main
Pier e...\>. Howard 11 Pier 84 Beale
Pier •B... ; :r..Howard;2!!Plcr 56. ...... Tremont
'Pier 10. *<?. ..Howard 31 Pier 35..... .First
Pier 12.. ..:... F0150ra1l Pier 40}
Pier 14:/ Folsom 2 Pier 42 >..P. M. S. S. C.
Pier 16....... Harrison jPier 44 J
Pier 20........ Steuart'l'ler 54 "... Fourth
Pier 24 ...... Spearll
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
TO ARRIVE
. : : From ;' | \Steamer I.Date
Grays Harbor . -. ..... .} J. B. > Stetson. . Oct. 11
Willapa Harbor Daisy, Oct. 11
3rays Harbor. ..G. Lindauer ...Oct. -11
Portland & Astoria .... Rainier V..-...:. : Oct." 11
New York via Ancon.. City of Panama. Oct. 11
San Pedro it Way Ports Cogs 8ay..:.... Oct. 11'
Hamburg & Way PortslOslrls ..... Oct. 11
Hflo . .JNevadan ... Oct. 11
Nanamlo . JLeelanaxv ...... Oct. 12
Eureka :State of Cal... Oct. 12
Honolnln • Lurllne : . Oct. 12
Portland & Astoria.... Rose City....... Oct. 12
San Pedr0.........;... Bear .......... Oct. 12
Grays Harbor ........ INorwood ....... Oct. 13
Point Arena & Albion. .iPomo Oct. 13
San Diego & San Pedro; Roanoke ....... Oct. 13
Humboldt . ......:.. ..~.|Santa Clara ...Oct. 14
San Pedro ...IKlamath ...Oct. 14
3&n Pedro. Hanalel ....... Oct. 14
Puget Sound Ports..... Queen .Oct. 14
San Diego & Way Ports President .. Oct. 14
China & Japan........ Mongolia Oct. 15
Portland & Astoria.... G. W. Elder.. . Oct. 15
SraysHarbbr Chehalls .......Oct. 15
Sal. Cruz via S. Diego. Mlssourlaa : Oct. 18
Seattle & Tacoma. Bnckman ...... Oct. 16
San Pedro. ............ Watsoa Oct. 1«
Puget Sound Ports Governor ...... Oct. 15
San Pedro & Way ports Homer, ......... Oct. 19
Grays Harbor Newburg. ..;.'.. Oct. 1&
Mendocino & Pt. ArenajSea Foam ..... Oct. 16
Coos Bay ........ |M. P. Plant. .^. Oct. 10
Portland & Astoria. :.". (Beaver ........ Oct. 17
San Pedro ..tßose C3ty .....Oct. 17
Point Arena JRrooklyn .Oct. 17
San tPiego '. ....[Santa Rosa Oct. 17
TO SAIL ,\u25a0-..\u25a0
Date ' | Steamer . 1 Destination | Sails 1 Pier
Oct. lljßrooklyn ....:.|Polnt Arena. 4pm 4
Oct. 11 M. F. Plant.... Coos Bay .. 3pm 8
Oct. 11 Elizabeth- Coqullle Sir. 12 m 16
Oct. 11 Eureka Puget Sound 2 pm . 9
Oct. 11 Santa Clara.... Humboldt .. 10 am 13
Oct. lllAsla .......... Hongkong .. 1 pm 42
Oct. 11 Alaskan Saltn* Cms.. 10 am 27
Oct. 12 Ravalli Humboldt .. 12 m 27
Oct. 12 Washington . . : Portland ... 5 pro 27
Oct. 12 Claremont Portland- ... 5 pm 27
Oct. 12 J. S. Hipslns. . Ixs Aageles. 10 am 4
Oct. .121 Ad. Sampson... Pupet Sound 1 pm 10
Oct. 121 Watson ....... Los. Angeles. 10 am 10
Oct. 12] Sea Foam. Point Arena. 4pa 4
Oct. lSJState of Cal.. Hnmboldt ;. 4 pm 11
Qct.-13Fifleld .... Coquilla Rlt. 4 pm 19
Oct. 13 Santa I Rosa. . . . San Diego. .'. 11 am 9
Oct. 13 Bear Portland ...12 m 40
Oct. 13 Coos 8ay...... San Pedro... 5 pm It
Oct. 13 Norwood .:.... Ixa Anjjeles. 2 pm .
Oct. 14 Klamath Portland ... 10 am 51
Oct. 14 Cbas. Nelson. .. Puget Sound spm 33
Oct. 14 G. Lindauer.,. Grays Harbr
Oct. 14 1 Roanoke ...... Portland ...10 am 13
Oct, 14 1 Rose City Los Anceles. ft am 40
Oct. 15|R«inler ....... Portland ... 3 pm 21
Octi, 15 J. *B. Stetson. . Portland "... spm 19
Oct. 15 Hanalel ....... L Ang Ports S pm 10
Oct. 15 San Juan...... Panama .... 12 m 43
Oct. 15 City of Sydney Ancon direct 12 m 42
Oct. 15 Olson & Mahny Ancon direct . . : . 19 I
Oct. 15|President ..... Puret Sound Spm 9
Oct.MSt Pleiades ...'... Salina Cru*. 10 am 27
Oct. IBIG, W. • Elder... 4 Los Angeles. 7 pm '13
Oct. 16iPomo ....[Point Arena. 6pm 4
Oct. 16 Nevadan ...... I Honolulu ...
Oct. 17 Marlposa ..;... ITahltl ..... 11 am 21
Oct. r^Governor .....fSan Diego.. 4 pmf 9
TO SAIL FROM SEATTLE -.'.- -
-.'-\u25a0- Destination , ' \- Steamer • .\u25a0. \u25a0 \ Date
Seldovia & Way Ports. lßertha . ...V...|Oct. 20
Skagway & Way Ports. | Hnmboldt ..-....[0ct. 21
Sun. Moon and Tide .
United States coast and geodetic snrvey — Time
-and heights of tides at Fort Point. Forclty
front (Mission street wharf) add 25 minutes.
v TUESDAif. OCTOBER 11
Sun \u25a0 rises .;...:.,.................. 6:15
Suu sets. ;,,...; 5:38
Moon, sets .............11:11 p. n.
First quarter m00n..; ... October 11, at 5:31 a. m.
Full m00n..... ;....... 18. at 8:15 ». m.
Tlmel •ITimei." . Time I ITlme
Oct i \Ft J VBV Ft j It
HW|- (L W| Hffj [L W
10..1 6:15 3.8 »:38 \u25a0 8.5 2:371 4.7 1O:4T 0.6
11. .1 7:12 4.0 10:37 3.7 8:53 4.0 11:43 0.6
12.. .7:51 4.3 12:15 3.6 5:36 4.5
- h W H W L W IBT
18.. 0:42 0.5 8:20 4.7 1:20 3.2 7:00 4.7
14.. :i:3B -0.4 B:4S 4.8 2:13 2.6 8:0S 4.8
15.. 2:27 .0.3 0:18 . 8.2| 3:00! 1.9 »:C3 " 5.0
..U.S. Branch Hydrogrraphlc Office'
A -branch of the United States hydrographic
office, located In \u25a0 tb«. Merchants" Exchange, ts
maintained in San Francisco for the benefit of
mariners, without regard to nationality and free
of i expense. \u25a0 Navigators are j cordially lnvitedrto
visit - the of flee, whers complete sets of charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand I for comparison • and I refarence and - the
latest information can always be obtained: re
garding lights, dangers to. navigation and mat
ters of Interest, to ocean * commerce. • \u25a0
J. C. BURNETT. -
\u25a0 Lieutenant. U. S. N.. In charge.
Time Ball
United States branch hydrographic . otic: ! Mer
. chants' Exchange, .Saa Francisco, . October
10, 1910. . - . . . - \u0084
* -The time ball, on the roof of tbe Fairmont
hotel was dropped today exactly . at noeo. Pa
cific' standard - time (120 th meridian),' or, at Sh.
00m. 00s, Greenwich mean • time. \u25a0 - -
J. C. BURNETT.
\u25a0 Lieutenant, U. S. N.. la charge."
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
[Special Dispatch to The Cell]
. .ETTRXKA,* Oct. 10.— The, North Pacule.stea'm,
ehlp company's steamer Santa Clan, with mall
and passengers, scheduled to sail at Ip. m. Sat- :
urday, - did not . get o»tt until 7:30 a. in. today,
thus. losing. nearly- two days on the regular scbed. ,
ule of the steamer. Saturday • afternoon the ,
Santa Clara was prevented from crossing on «c- ,
count, of the hazy weather, while yesterday the *
bar was in such a < turbulent condition tbat It wu
impossible for. the steamer to cross. . >•-
; Steamer.. RirersMe. arrlTlag fron» San Fran
cisco this morning, had on board a cargo of fuel
'oil. which is 'betas discharged for the Northern
redwood company at the Arcata wharf. -\u25a0
. Steamer North \ Fork was among the arrivals
from San Francisco this morning, having broqght
a cargo of general merchandise for the ilumboldt
commercial^ company.: TUe- North Fork will load
lumber at the Arcata wharf for the. return trip
south. T -.\ . '
\u25a0 ArriTinz this morning from . Seal \u25a0 rocks was
the lighthouse tender Sequoia with - a cargo ' of
supplies for \u25a0\u25a0 the : Table - Bluff - lighthouse. --• The
supplies are* being .transferred to -a barge for
shipment to the lighthouse.
Steam :*\u25a0 schooner Aurella \u25a0 arrtred ' from San
Francisco . this morning at 6 o'clock and pro
ceeded to : the Bay Side lumber company's • mill,
wbere a cargo of lumber ia being taken on board
for shipment to San Pedror .-';_-. .>, .\u25a0.-'.
. . ArrtTinK at 6 o'clock - this 5 mornlag -was the
steamer Preutls».. The Preutlss Is taking on a
lumber cargo at the Fields Landing whaxf. -:
\u25a0 Arriring this morning at 9:20 o clock .was tlie
Pacific Coast steamship company^ steamer State \u25a0
of California, with freight, mall: and passengers.
The ' State 'will * depart , on : th« return * trip south
tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. v
«.-\u25a0' . Departing >\u25a0 from k the Holmes-Eureka - lumber
company's wharf. this afternoon eras the steamer
Katherlne with a cargo : of red\Vood Inmber.- in
addition to a consignment of United States mail
destined for San \u25a0 Francisco/ :-.---_ \u25a0 ; .- \u0084
;i Engineer ilorton ; L." Tower,* who is here to irv
Testigato. local conditions with -reference 'to 'the
: reconstruction t of the Jetties at the entrance.
Tlslted the Minor quarry" abore Arcata Saturday,
bringing ' back -; with - him i mnch \ data ... and many *
samples of the rockito be-seenred there. -' Visits
will be ( paid to all the . most arailable . quarries '
in ';the < vicinity :- of -. Humboldt bay before -Tower
departs for San Francisco to make his report.
LOS > ANGEIES, Oct. 10.— Arrived— Steam .
schooner Tallac." Elaine: steamer \u25a0 Roanoke. Port- •
\u25a0land; steam ~. schooner » Francis < H. , Legpett; -. Eu-' •
reka : . steam '\u25a0 schooner Santa : Barbara. ; Aberdeen ;•
• steam »: schooner \WiUlam H. -Murpliyr.' Eureka:
steamer! Bear.* Portland; -steam schooner \u25a0Sataoa.-
Caspar. '.-'\u25a0\u25a0::': "\u25a0 -X- "\u25a0-•".: ,'-'- : - \u25a0\u25a0' ; . - .". -. .'\u25a0
'-.;'. Sailed— Steamer Roanoke.-- San * Diego; j steam
schooner -- Bowdj>in,> San "\u25a0 Diego; t steam schooner
Grace Dollar.-'Albion. ; ".^ ..-. ..." - '\u25a0'-] . '-: -. \ •\u25a0'
r7. POETLAND, ;'. Oct. r 10.— Schooner * Lyman ' P."
Foster > has i been . taken by, the \u25a0 America n trading
company I for a ' cargo to New Zealand from Port*
land.;; It is 29 days out of-Tacoma forßedondo. ;
*'-\u25a0 Captain;Vilhelmden,":who'.will succeed; Captain
Bjerck was •-'\u0084 master .- of < the \u25a0 • Norwegian ; steamer
Hercules.^ has .arrived from- Bergen. 'Norway. - ; ;
-.: .With ,'cement ; and : asphalt 'the \u25a0 steamer^ Joban
1 Poulsen.i Captain * Lancaster/* arrived : : thls t morn?
in»j from San'Franelsco.tlt Is discharging "at tb«
Supple dock and will load grain and Inmber fur
tti iftnm trip '\u25a0TWl"WWßyi^^lWriOnt'»Wiiw)ilii
.With f 1.658.-lol '.-' feet -of \u25a0 lumber, valued -at
150' HORSES 150
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1910.
. Br order of Abel & Lolnaz. we wiUfsell-pne
hundred and fifty bead of \u25a0 horses,*, consisting
o! ttlrty head of well broke hea»y horses.
ru:siT]ff In weight from 1.4f<0 to 1.700 pooa^
aad frcm foe; to six years old: thirty- fire head
of medium weight all purpose broke, horses,
utd eighty-fire head of nn broke cares and s?M-
Ins3 — fresh. yonn;r sto«"S — all la fine condition
and beiafr.froia the well, known KUej ranch of
Boatfcera Oregoa. which is clcslns out all horses.
TMs Is an exceptionally good lot. soitabla
either for farm or city use..
• Sale take* place TTedr.esday. October 12. , at
Ha. m.. at J. 8.- Koran's sales yard, corner
Tenth and Bryant streets, San Francisco.
Stock • now "at yard for inspection. No out-
side stock sold. W. H. nORD. Anctloneer.
. , .704 Market Si. 3. F.
yg? ygg -2^2
Work and Driving:
Horses at Aactipii
By the order of" tte Pacific Carriage" Co.. I
wll! sell on 'Z 'v-~**'"~;
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11
At 11 a. m., at it& offica and stables;' Market ami
Dolores sts.. on account of motlng" to-,U* new.
location. Its surplus stock of Horses. Mares.
Wagons. Baggies and Harness, to the highest
bidder. A elsance to g«t borses tharare seaioneU
good workers: 50 head of Work and Drtvtns
Horses; Vehicles of all description*..
CLOUGH & BRODIE. Livestock Auctioneers.
£b AUGTIOIS £&
THURSDAY, AT 11 A. M.
205-209 Valencia Street
We will sell 1 carload of Hones and Mares:
also 40 head cf cheap ranch stock: all kinds of
Harness and ' Vehicles^ Outstdo stock sold oa
commission. Phone Park 2723.
CLOUGH ft BRODtB. Auctioneers.. :,; .'_
SALE J^
* 56 horses and mares: 5 wagon*, suitable for
farm -u»«: also single aad double harness.
WEDNESDAY. Oct. 12. 11 a. m., 585 4th st.
Oakland. J. W. MEDEIROS. Anctloneer.
$18,799. for Australia, the American barkeatine
Heary K. Hill went out to sea this morning.
French bark General de Boisdeffre, bound for
Havre with 112. 76 C bushels of wheat, valued at
$10i<.000. also left out.
- With 45 passengers and 1.000 ton* of cement
and general freight. th» steamer Northland has
arrived from San Francisco. It will load grain
and lumber for the return trip.
Carrying passengers and freight, the steamer
Beaver. Captain Kldston, arrived from San Fran
cisco and San Pedro this evening.
This morning the towboat went down with the
American ship St. Nicholas from St. John* to
take- it to winter quarters at Astoria. It will
return* with the schooner W. F. Jewett. which
arrived this morniag |cr a cargo of laaier.
French bark Hoche. which arrived yesterday.
will load a cargo of wheat for the United King
dom, having be«a chartered prior to Its arrival
by the Portland flouring mills company.
British steamer Red Hill h taking on abont
1,000. C00 feet of lumber at St. Johns. It will
be followed here next month by the steamer
Suverie, another of the Waterhouse line.
With the arrival in Astoria of Captain Par
sons the latter part of the week to take the
position of master of one of the port of Portland
tngs there will b« four tusboatmen in the her
service of the port. Captain Parsons has re
signed as master of the steamer Newport and
will take command of one of the tugs, probably
the Oceonta.
PORTLAND, Oct. 10 Arrived— Steamer El
more and Golden Gate, from Tlllamook : Beaver
and F. S. Loop, from San Francisco. Sailed —
Steamer Jim t ßutler., for Tacoma.
SEATTLE,* Oct. 10.— Arrived — Steamer num
bold:. from Skagway; steamer Tamptco. from
San Francisco; steamer Melville Dollar, from
San Francisco: steamer Governor, from San
Francisco; steamer Cottage City, from Skaeway.
Sailed — Steamer Buckman, for Tacoma; steam
er Dlrijo. for Alaska.
' ASTORIA, Oct. 10.— Steamer Northland ar
rived today from San Francisco with a general
cargo and left cp the' river to load lumber for
return.
St«amer Rose City sailed this . morning for
San Francisco with freight and passensers.
" Steamer Golden Gate arrived this mornrns
from Tlllamook with a cargo of dairy products.
Steam schooner Yellowstoii» sailed today for
San Pedro with 773,000 feet cf lumber loaded
at St. Helens. " •
Steam schooner Yosemlte sailed today for Ssn
Pedro. It carries 840,000 feet of lumber loaded
at Rainier.- .
Steam schooner Quinanlt sailed this raoralns
with a part cargo of lumber from Knappton.
It will finish loading at South Bend.
- Steam schooner F. S. Loop arrived this morn-
Ing from San Francisco with a cargo of cement.
American schooner H. K. Hall sailed today
for Adelaide. Australia, with a carjo of lumber
from Knappton.
French bark General de Bolsdeffre sailed
today. for Havre with a cargo of grain.
Schoca'er W. F. Jewett has received order* to
proceed to Stella and load railway ties tor San
Pedro, . . - • .
Steamship Beaver arrived this morning from
San Francisco with freight and paasenjers. Cap
tain Kldsten reports a heavy *octhwe*t swell
running all the way nice? the coast. Indicating
that an exceptionally heavy gale baj been
raping well cnt.»t sea.-
San r Francisco tug Hercules sailed today f?r
Honolulu havinjr In tow a dr«d.se recently built
at St.- Johns aod which is to be us«d la dredsisg
Pearl harbor. . -~- :
. During the month . of September 23 vessels
loaded at the mills at the lower Columbia
river district. Their combined cargoes amounted
to 1C.410.400 f*et of lumber and 0.500 railway
ties.' In addition to these a raft containing
6.000.C00 feet of piling was towed from here
to San Francisco.
• ABERDEEN, Oct. 10.— The total of lumber
shipments from Aberdeen the last six mentbs to
foreieo ports, exclusive of. Hawaii, amonnted to
31.860.101 feet, of the value of $410,425. The
total to the Hawaiian Island]* for the same pe
riod was 24,131.829 feet, of the v«lue of ?3-.v
048. The total of the shipments to California is
about six times the total of the foreisa ship
ments- for the same period-
It is believed tbat most If not all of the fleet
In the lower, harbor on account of tbe storm Is
still there. Several captains of detained crafts
were In Aberdeen today.
~ Schooner Prosper came Into port Saturday and
remained a. short. time for repairs whll« on its
way to the sound for. a cargo.
Schooner Waweema arrived Saturday from. San
Diego, and after a cleaning at LJndstrom's will
reload for that port. • -
Steamers Lindauer and J. B. Stetson sailed
Saturday. The LJad&uer had a full list cf pas
sengers.
TACOMA. ' Oct. 10.— Arrived— Steamer, Buefc
man. from San Francisco; steamer Zapora. from
toiling ; cruise. .-/.. .
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