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£?o-vs~°r* hl<Jpg ' dr - T - *2|32.252 | 32.25 for large and
R*to f r r mr< J>un». Soc©sl for small and 25®
S!ll- i C V lts; '"\u25a0tskfnm. prime angoras, 75c©»f:
*mf f. J^r-J 10 * 15 ' [email protected]: medium. [email protected]^
r^T a JI2 w"w "~ No - ! rendered, SiJCG'ic; X0.;2.\[email protected]
*'C. crease, 2f<J2i.ic. • ' --• . .
n«T? ol ~; Sprtri!: r: "P San J»aquin. year's ttaple."
»?«»/\u25a0• 8 ra 001 ! I*.1 *. 7^lle: northern. Sonoma
vli MM * ad^"«. l«<a20«-; Hcmboldt. 20c asked;
pM 8 - is ®'«<: Per lb. ; .-;.- ' ,:
»-n c isJZ — Mountain free. 9fii lie: northern and
Jit iT r » '® 1Oc : " ?»\u25a0 Joa«:nSn fall lambs.. 7glCc:
<3o defective and heavy. r.o7c P*r IK -
Hops — Crop of 1010. 10<g,15e per lb.
General Merchandise
R«gs— Grain bag*. [email protected]»»c; Ssl\ Onentln
rsgs R«4c: wool haps. 27>£e for SV-lb and 29Hc
Ifr 4 1b: fleece twine. 7ȣc per Ib.- \
* Co *l— - p< *nni«Tlvania anthracite err... SIS per
ton; Wellington. 58; New Wellington. $S»: Coos
*>«r. $i: Australian bousr — Richmond, etc.: <9:
' w ,*"\u25a0 Main. $»: SUnferd Richmond, $t>; Cnm
rerland. $15 In balk and SIO.SO In sacks:- WeUh ;
•nthracite. $15; coke. ,16 per ton In bulk and
53 « \n sacks.
Oil— Quotations ar* for_ barrels. L»n?e*d.
*I-1I p»t rallon for boiled and 51.09 for
Jaw. <•«« ,V n)fir»:.f»«t<ir oil In ra«e». - No.
1- <lc: n«k«T's AA. $1.1701.19: Oilna not.
6f>(a7o<» p*r ?«Uon: .svyomnt oil. In bar
rels. Wxass^c for "XXX. 77U«|SIc for No. 1
«n<i 4 5i5i7$i<j c f cr >; 0 . «. according to quantity:
extra bleached winter sperm oil. £0c: natnral
•whiter srterm #1. Srtc: natural whsl* oil. RV:
fure lard oil. $i : winter sUained lsrd oil, flOe:
r»'ire ne»Ttfoot oil. >>Sc: No. 1 neatsfoot oil. 6>:
»T*rrinc oil. .V)c: salmon oil. r.Oc: boiled fish oil.
M*-: paint oil. 4.V.
Cosl Oil. Gasoline. e{c.— Water white, iron
rarreJs or dmm«. J»o: 150 degree oil. Iron barrels
- «t droraß. io>4c: er^cial do. lie: pearl oil. In
£«*<•«. jfsc: astral. l«c: Mar. I«e: extra star. I»s:
i-lsine. 26'.fcc: «»oc«»ne. i»c: red crown aod motor
ca*olir<». in hnlk I7r. In ca«>e 24c; engine distil
late, ta drums 7U<\ cares 7c more; $6 decree, j
easolin*. ;n bulk "SOe, in caws 37H<>: varnish
makers' and painters' naphtha. In bulk 13c, In 1
CB*«s 22iAo,
Txjrppatina— $l.r» per pallon in cases and Ps<v
Jr. b-jM:. drum? and iron harflf.
Ro«ln — K. $»Aft; F. $9 4--»- G, *9.Sn:'n. $».SS;
1. . 5».60: K. 59.75; 11. $10: N. 510.33; WG.
fJ0.,%0; WW. $10.!»5 rer barrel «f 2«0 lbs.
R»d and White Lead— Red, S»[email protected]<; white. 7% ;
HaS*ic rvr-lh. " !
-, JtRFINF.n SUGAR MARKET '<
T" "* -western rusar refininc company qa«tes as j
Tft »«ows. .terms wt cash: Standard fiw granu- !
J»te,i. s.io^ : standard coarse granulated. 5.10 c; j
rmit pranntated. ."S.irv: cut loaf, in barrel* only. ,
'-We; H. Sc F. <-rnr«al domlnos. S Ib carton* In 1
r »«*e. P-JHr: do ii 2 lh «-nrton* In ca«es. $.«?0c;
hsr. r,.4r^-; tablet*. In half barrels.
" «<V; dr. fn 25 !h b«*ei«. S.KV>: cnbes and A
*TTO>cd. *."T>c: mor.*rfh powdered. r..20c; XXXX
P^^dered. ,".2fl<-: randy pranulated. R.2.V: cor.fec
tioners* a, 5.1/ v-: one feet I oners' rrr«tal«. .V2Oc:
ettra fine crannTaterf. «.!»rtc: maenr.Ua A. 4.70 c:
\u2666xtra C. 4.0.^ : golden C'4.Soe; D. 4.40^- Barr»!«
ftnfl fn lh h*c* 100. half h»rrols 23c. boxes 60C
r»»ntv> ;wr joe, jh« thsn for bsgs of JOO lb* net.
V-kt in r.r. jsmi 4<i tins *1.70 more, tn S and 1O
lb tins t2.zr, nioro nrr 100 lbs than price for this
prs-Ae in i •>\u25a0» Jh bap«. P^NVHhB3|
The California ni<t Hawaii sugar refining com*
?>snv r.u.-.T* as follow« : Granulated basis. 5.10 c:
HiE:rs<l«" hp r . S.4S-; powdered. r«.2oc; A
rrushod. ri.C"-*": lirrry. n.I(V: C. Sc H. extra fine
prßrmlattvl. ."«.lrt<-; enarK? dry ffranulated.. 3.10 c;
«-nnfp^tioier«' A. r..x<V: confeeffoners' crystal*,
r. 2<V : cub<*«. r..r,.>: brlfics. half barrel*. 5.60 c:
l>rir'»-«. jn SO lh bo*e<? 5 KTrf«- evtra fine dry jrran-
UJ.-TP.I 43C0 TDT D Iwcc oiilri. 4.5Wc: excejifor A.
4.7' V: ortr* C. 4.<W: golden C. 4.rrf>c: yellow D.
< .4(V: T.t \o«r. \n bsrrels *alv. 7..10 c; H. & Fi.
T'-s-ts! <ir»jiiTio«. S lh c»r*orjs in <"af=es. S.lOc; <".o
?lh f«nw }^ cs<e S . «.«rtr. Additional per 100
Jb*: In buirrls and .V) ll> hat*. I*V; tnore: half
h-srr^S. cr»c m^rr: hoxr«. r»C"" more for all grade".
Far :r> ar. nn d 40 IH «fn«. £1.70 more: In 10 lh
t:"3S, 52.52 more. Minimum order, carload weight.
"»v«- York Produce
NF.W VORii. Ort." 24.— Hops— Steady.
-^nidr«__virm.
\u25a0\voi.i_o.iiet.
Kujrar — TNn- Kten.lr: masonrailo. ".37c: *-en
trffnes?. ™.S7<-: woljis<r. s Ki'-sr. 3.12«\ - llefined
«>a*'r: t-nr loaf. r. «r»f. : r-nt«t>e<j. r,.50c: mold A.
T..- t r,r-: r>.r?s-: XXXX |v>Trdfred. 4.!>5^;
l»"'*'«'' v rp<l. \u25a0*.*'•"\u25a0\u25a0<•: crar-jjafwl. 4.W-; diamond A.
\u25a0«><V: c..»reoti<iu-r«" A. 4.00 c: No. 1. 4.'-V: No.
5. i.Ur: No. S. 4.4.'w: No. 4 4.400; N'n. 5, 4.3.V;
N» <".. ».:ift<-: X«. 7. 4.2r->: No. K. 4.20r; No. 9,
*.i->: N« 10. -t.l*V: No. 11. 4-Ooc; No. 12. 4c;
N-». in. s.n-.<-; V... 14. n.o.v.
rofTrx» — rin«-M st"»»*r a* a net adrsrire of 10(g,
"J^^f.intv. ; . 40..VW hxc*. O'tohrr and • Vo-
-bor. S..V o: rV-f-^irih^r. S KS": Janu» r T. *».*"V*:
r«-lirn»T. v. i:t,- : yttfrch. s.rc>f: Atvil. S.7oc;
>'\u25a0"\u25a0. ".73p: Jvnf. s.7Hr: Jnlr. 5.7.V: Anrust.
S 7T' S : S"pti--njb' %r . <! .70<- > . S|K>t «tendyi Rib No. 7.
l«*£t-i s»>m»* So. I. U'->. Mild quirt: Ordora.
Hiiko' — Str-e«Iy: cr»*mf-v Rr>e<-i»ls. 32r: er
1-n". "fHi'-; crrimrrr. liPld secood tn special.
""•<<i ::-<•: <=!iite <l«!ry. onmirnn to - Snosr. X2<ft
S»Vic: j.r.iofi*. rominiiii fa soeoial. 23«i27c; fxnl
i.-;s: ->n <rfjincr.T firsts. 2403-">c: fxefory, June
n xk^. 2r>^'ito: i\n nuke. C?«a2?cl
ITUre»<*' f>t>wdr: vta«e wl»ol«* r»'lk'»n*olal. I.Mi
Gt,}Q%r'. «!o rr^rse-e fancy, tir.all whlr». 14*, c;
«'•• "nisi' «-alore<i. I.V: do life* while. 14'ic: do
l^rc-" <~o!orei:. I.V: «Vi O.*t"!w>r rfiored. larce and
»m»li. hr«tt. 14";o: rjo Ocf«be» \u25a0wSifte, l«rc* and
\u25ba niß'l. bivr* HUo; stnf«» whole milk, choice. 14
<1 M Uf :-«?•» j^wi in orfme.'T3ii<gl3<ic:-«lo fvnn
»ron «« fjiir. ION^ISUc: skinis. full to special.
12*>I2"ic.
Hrffs — St»a«3y; «tat» % . Pennrrlrania and nearby
J^n»*rr vrMte-funrr. 42*3 45c; «lo gathered whit*,
r.^^i ?,**\u25a0: <1» hncufrv brown.- fancy. R4<33oc; do
rx^'ifrod lirown. SKSSSc; frp«h csthered extra
firs-"". 2S5f."iV; ,io firsts. 2«<a27«*: «1o seconds,
?*W25c; frr^U > re'l dfrtio*. candled. , No. - 1.
"if-i^Hf". <lo No. 2. in<if2<V: refrigerator. «pe«lal
m»rk. v t an^r. 2"K,*i2oc; do firsts. 24\;<g25c; do
second*. 22 '.i^--.
I>RIE» FRUITS
Hvapora'cil Anp>s— On!rt but steady. Soot,
fan^y. 10<-: <-hoire. S't.CdM\ic prime, 7?4<gßVic;
cotnn"»n 1o fair. 7*4 (5&c.
Pronrs— ln Ivrter rtcnasnd aid firm at n<S.3Oc
for <~"«!lfnrnias up to n«V4Os and at 7"'i | @99 1.2C1 .2C for
Or<"-!roi>s f rom OOs to HOs. ' »
Ar*i'*ir>t«— *rjrm on small offerlnes. Choice.
n2Ji<S7l^'4c; extra choice,. [email protected]^c; fancy,
33i-.«14o.
Pf—.chfs — Inactive -lmt Steady on renorts of
Ftnall storks on the coast. Choice. v ~<§,?\~c; ex
\rf r-XirtSot; K(ff*.'4*>: fancy. S'4?f9c.. . . '
U»i!«lns— Quiet and unsettled. Loose muscatels.
Z»',JSr«c> frtr - iind * Town: choice to fancy
*w<i«>rt. flvi<ffSc; seedless. S<s6c; London layers.
I «'*-»S« Halrv Produof Market
CHICAGO. Oct. 24.— Butter, fteady; cream
eries. 24fi2ft*: dairies. 2-'".e27c. Eki. steady,
receipt*. 2.051: at mark, case? included, IS^£@
21 TJo: firsts. 24 'ir: prime fi^ts. 26 1 .tc. Cheese,
daicio*:. ISCiIRIAc; twins. [email protected]^o;
yoims Americas, lofglu'i'c; long horns, [email protected]
35'ic
f,V»« Aoßelea Produce 3farket
[Special Dhpatch to The Call]
I.OS ANGELES. Oct. 24.— ImnrOTeroent w»«
rot«"d iv Ihe pftatn mxrket "n the produce ejt
ftisanjrf i»)«t. Pri"«>K „ Trer" firmer. Etz«
firm on lisht refHptc. Butter r.vA ohe«»*'were
Hf»flr. ne«n« were weak a]J alone the line. . j
n<»or:pts of prodn'* xrere: Kcr*. -M rase*:
biittT. 1 1.SA4;; pounds; cheese. 200 pounds: po-
T»tor^t. -?,.7«rt Kj>cks; bran?, 50 sack?; «wcet
P<si»:«v»<:. 2"»; *«fk«.
nutfr— Tulifornla rreamery ertr«s, Gsc: do
fir*i«. 32 1 ic:'cr»klnj. 2-V«: ladl*.*2sc. ,
Kcjrs — !<*"«1 r»n^h. \u2666Tindled.^JJr: <Jo mge ronnt.
I'livirc j'lir-e. 4.>r: eastern fre«h. %hr-% .eastern
parked estra. C2<:: do storage, second*.
Ohrfsp — Northern frp^h. I^'-a"Llflc: local. IS**:
Orpron.<laisv. l^ijo; »>ai«teni *insle«. 15>Hof Ao
itrins. 7Kf>: fastrni daisies. 18c: eastern longr
lif»r«i<. t»c: f»«;ern fbedtlarw. 20o: imputed
fwj'i"*. "2>-: j*fk. 1»c: domesti** fvtlss. 22"324 c:
or^nin fcri^k. Vf: limrmr«>r. J9p.-
Brans — N«. 1 pink. $CQ6..V>: No. T lima*. $5:
?CV». - 1 ' Ijidr TV"»«liineton. $4.50: No. 1 «ma!l
rrhifen. $4.2r.ifi '4.W; No. 1 Mack «r»s. $5; No. I
GsrrjinMS. $4: No. 1 Califortiis lentil*. SF,:
Foisto™. tv>r 1(V) pounds— Hirhl«n<l. $1^,1.35;
S*lJnas. $J. 7.*: rellc»w sweets. $1.50<&1.75.
Ouioas — Looal yellow danvers, 51. .'0.
VZr.ftcrn Mxentock Market
CHICAGO
CHICAOO. O<*t. ?4.— Cattle— RoceiptK,'2«.ooo:
rnsrVct- steady to sh»<le Ifm-rr. BeeTet." J4.60®;
7»w T*>xas Fleer*. $3.40^5.6T.: westf rn f teen,
[email protected]!5; «<vkers «n*l feedm, $4.2505.60:
ews iind bcifcrb, ?2.*[email protected]; calre*. 57.23
.
H«cs — PwpSpts. 23.0rtrt: market * tron? tn .V
Mclkt. ; Licht. 5^.T0«5J».37 ) ,4: mlinl $8.20(3
!>.25: b«»«rr. 57.056.9.05: rooetj. *7.93g;g.i. 1 y'.
3: hulk of Ralos. J5.2.-e««.8O. a -
Sheep^-Reccipt*. 4.-..00Q: market S^lftchi^h
fr. Natir*. X2.75<£4.50: trptt«>rn. $3<74.4ft;
\u25bceariinc*. $4.srt(Srt.OO: lambs, native, St. 7s®
7.20: western: JT.'ST.IO.
KANSAS CITT
KAVSAS CITY. Oct. 24. — Cattle— np«*»if«t«.
2?.O00; m«rket «tprmc. XaUr* Kfeers <[email protected]«;
n«f ire .cows anfT h»If«TK.": ttlork^ra
\u25a0nd f»»vj«>r«!. $3.rr.a5.50: bulls. $3.2.".(a4..V>:
«-«ltpk.- J4& «.-•"•: wei«t«»rn fteerg, JIQ6.M; . west
ern evtra^CS.TSQS^ * * - . . - \u25a0
ITnjrs— Tlocripts. 4.ofH"i: marVrt sft6-l6e
WrbT. Bulk of fjilpss. [email protected]"i: hparv. t5.75
<ir>;.!Vi: jia'-korsiind botchers. 55.K0® 9.03; light,
$$.1»o<a».10. .. . V; .
Shiwp — n«K-«>!ptf. ' 0,000: market 1(V« higher.'
MuttoD*. 53.«50<&4..*»0: ]amb>. 55.7W95.50: ; fed
w»th»rs «n<l j-»arllnjrs. $4^J5.C5; fed wcjtrra
t-wfs, [email protected] -
SOUTH OMAHA
SOIJTH OMAHA; Oct. 24.— Cattle— fiecelptv
1.200:- market Ktrooc and ftctiT*. t XatiTe stetrs.
SS^.VTO: rows *nd beifere,.'[email protected]: western
J3.75*&6.75: range <"owa i and heifers.
$2.55®1.63: rannrr*:. $2.75^53.50: f-t<vkers and
f<^dcr>. *3fiis-S5; calrcs, 7: -bulls, Stan;
etc. 's3oX7s. .
Uozs — n«K-<>ipt6, 2.J<K':< market Sff. x to«l0c
litrher. H^n^r. 5f,40®«.50: inis»>d *8.50<8
v.R'i: JSght, JS.«offß.^o;bulk of sales. f«.43<&
8,65.'. :\u25a0: ,: --\u25a0 : - - -;. \u25a0\u25a0:.'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: A \u25a0 - \u25a0 -\u25a0 - i.".*.
Sh^rp — Itecflpts. -2S.O00: market strong to'loc
hljrbcr. Yearlines; [email protected]: : Treth»rv - [email protected];
4.20; tws, $3.25^.3.65; lambs, $0.15^,6.73.
T'orilHnd IJveKtork .Market
PonT«»ANI>. Or*.. Oct. 24. — Cattle— Receipt*.*
70.<K>o. Market ftronp. ;. IJeef /steers.*' choice. f5
&!».<£>% Ix^f yjeWfc. meiiimus,' ?4.50a5:» choice
»-r<n j-pd h^lfcrs.*- ?4-50<§.5-7o: * cboic*> \u25a0 b*>#f-" cow«.
54.505K.70: medium b<»ef '«»s." $3^CHg4: com- r
mon cow*. [email protected]'o:bull?. [email protected]:^tags.»s4^ l
4.r»C: rslTCb, Upbt, ?C.75^7; calves, ,\u25a0 h*»Tj,
f3.7.'iot.V \u25a0 -"\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0• • .-^'-': : :-\:- ; - •.-\u25a0--.
Ho?*— necripts, eno. Msrket \u25a0 steady.; H<vr«.
in». ju.*iOjsl*.6O; hogs,' fair to mediums; $9.25®
5.50-.. '.-\u25a0•- - . ' \u25a0 - V: ,* " -•\u25a0 \u25a0- " - »\u25a0?
SbM-p— Becfipts. !*>o. Market. firm.- Best^val
j»>r; withers/" $5.250X."»0: ,i f alr^ to \u25a0 ffnod s wethers.'
td'gG.Co; best medium weihers," $1^4.25;; best
| valley i>Wp*." J3(SS.M: lambs.'* rhoieel"and;'inedl
1 urns, $5<§.5.50: lambs. choice .valley, $4.TS<SJS. \u25a0
MISCELLA.\EO US ; MARKETS
Cotton 3larket' /
, T...V. rinttAh:*-'Co.'s' wire, saj-«: .:.:•.;.,-. . '
NKW.. YORK." Oct.-24.' ; — Tlie cotton market to- 1
, day was full of. liquidation: from all quarters and ;
shoTr<»tl no , recuperative ' power.- whatever, i., The *
I wpHtlier was" favorable ; and t virtually: notliinif'.N ;
: heard from f ro« > damaged " districts.-- bo ; tha t j
many ;\u25a0 have . rom-luded • that' many . of * the \u25a0 report s
wen*y>iaejrprated. - Spinners. arc out'of th» mar
k»t temporarily .and .tpot*^ are ; accumulating: .;. at
tb» primary sootbprn m»rkets:'Vlfjthe census \u25a0 re
port <n tbe^mcrnlnsr' shows "more '.cotton -than
was j!nn»<l,to"a- similar date, a^ year ac;o It will
probahly he construed \u25a0; as: very, bearish.* 'as : th»
crop Jk ronr»«fl»d to be.Tery-lateand heavy: jrin- |
nine returns . woold -.therefore '\u25a0; Indicate a, rour-h
bcsTf-r yield than, those with balHrh views hare
anticipated. TTe see not bins upon which, to bull
cotton at the moment. ": \u25a0 -\ :. ::\u25a0 -\u25a0'
• .Spot cotton qolet. \u25a0 15 points ; decline. " • Mid
dling uplsnds. -14.30 c; middling gulf. 14.55 c;.
sales, -2,4oi). bale*. .\u25a0;-••\u25a0,-*...\u25a0•.'-: •
COTTON FITTURF.S "Year
• Open. Hijrh. ' I/iw. Bid.' 0rt.22, Ago. j
•Tan. ... .14.08 14.09 13.01 15.02 14.?8 14.15'
I>h.- .. ...... .... ..... ; ]3.!>5 ' 14.51 14.25
Msrrh ..14.17 14.19 -14.03-14.03 I4.RS .14.25
April ..\u25a0.-....„ ,'-"- '14.0RV 14.41 '14.24
May ....14.Z"» 14.20; 14.07 14.07 14.45 -14.3S
June .... U.ffi 14.44^14.17
Jnl.r ...14.24 ,14.24 14.03 14.03 14.44 14.34
Ang. .... .... .;./ ..;. ....' .... ! J3.79
Sept. ............ .... ........ 5 12.J»0
Oct. ....14.2ft 14.25 '-14.A5-.. 14.05 14.52 "14.00
N>r. 14.ortl4.nrtJXSI4 13.R4 14.14 14.02
Dec. ....14.10 14.10 13.H1. 13.01 V 4.24 ;14.16
St. Louin "Wool ' v
ST.LOns: Oct.- 24.— Wool— Steady. -Medium i
srad*«. combing; and clotMnsr. 23<3"24c: light fine. !
l^'fUHc; heavy fine, 15® 17c; tub washed, 25 '
QZZc.
»vr York Metal Market
NEW YORK. Oct. 24.— Standard copper; quiet.
Stvot. Oofoher. Novemher. Der»mher and January.
12..V)@J2.e<V. London, steady: apot. £57 55: ,fii
tnres. £.1» K»; Arrivals reported -at New York
today. 2.42." ' tons.. » Custom house returns sho*r
exports of 14.670 tons so; far this month. . Loral
dealers report a firm market, with lake
at 12.S7V6©lSc. electrolytic at 12.75&12.57U.C
and casting at [email protected]«2H<*- -•
Tin. weak. Snot. Srt.2s<a3G:soc; October.
3<i.l2y;e3fi.sft<': Noremher. December and Janu
ary. 35..V>«5R.2.V. London, easy; upot, f163 10s:
futnre*. £164 15s. - \u25a0 -..,,. -,;-:;
Spelter. ' flrm at > fi.7<VS?s. 7sc- New Tork and
5.00«.V70c East st. I-oni«. - - I/indon. £23 ijs fid.
I.»ad. steady at 4.40<a4.50c- New YorV »n«V
4.27U<g4.3<>c East St. Louis. London spot. £23
17s nd. • .. \u25a0\u25a0-;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0>\u25a0.--. ....
Iron-rCleveland- warrants,- 49s .9d In London.
Locally Iron was qnier."- No."l foundry northern.
No. 1 foundry southern and No. I foundry south
ern soft, [email protected]: No. 2 northern, $15.50
<g.l*!. " . , ."\u25a0*., ,'. \u25a0:\u25a0-.\u25a0
>'av-a1 »<ore»— Tnrpewtlne and Rout*
SAVANNAH. Oa.. Oct.: 24.— Turpentine— Firm
at 75 Q 75 ye. Pale^. -«97; receipts, 438; ship
ments, nil: stock. Ifl.llS^ - 1,;. -\u25a0: •.
Rosin — Firm. S*le«.--2.M9; receipts. :i.f»27:
shipments, nil: stocks. 70.5«7. Quote: \u25a0B. 55.75;
D. »5.W»: R. *s.f>o: F. *«: G. $fi.Os: H. $fi-10: I.
*R.IS; K. ?6.20; It ?8.30; N. $6.70; WG, J8.60;
WW, 7.05.
London Hop Market V
- LIVERPOOL. Oct. 24.— Hops— In London (Pa
cific coait>. firm: £3 [email protected]£4 15s.
Weather Report
I'nUed- t 'te».' Department " of -^Agriculture—
Weather ' au. San Francisco. Oct. 24. 1910.-:
itAIXFAt,!, DATA '
Ijitt . '.- Seasonal Normsl
j Stations — 24 hours, to date, to date.:
! Knreln n.OO '.0.7R 3.52
Red 81uh*.....".... ...." O.flO ;••\u25a0• 0:.'»2 \u25a0'\u25a0 2.02
S«crarnento ...' ...; Oiftrt ' ;«;*« LIR
Mt. Tamalpais........ 0.00 - 1.05 ... \u25a0 1..41
S«n Francisco... '......'O.no : o.TO"'. 1.24
?»n J0<«..... 0.00 0.2!> O.SO
Fresno ...../.... 0.00 1.42 0.R2
Independence .'. <v.oo < 1 .31 .0.72
San I^uls 0b15p0. ...... 0.00 O.B« "• 1;45
I/O* AnpeJeg OU>O -0.81 , : O.fiS
San Dieyw. 0.00- - . .3 .58 : 0.43
PACIFIC COAST.STATIOXS .;
' " 2 2 ft ~ -.-' •..-•'. 2~K tl
STATIONS v 2" =: STATIONS. £ %\u25a0% \u25a0
'\u25a0':'* r ' " '; • w '!:."|»^
Blame .[561. .j.44 \u0084Red Bluff... ..!»OSS .00
Poise 6«'40L0O! Kcno ...... ..|72!54 .00
Eureka ; . . . . . !58'44! .001) noseburg . . . . !«SS!3B' .00
Flagstaff ....!*M!4O .00 ,' Sacramento ..IWVM .00
Fresno .......182,54 .00 Salt -Lake... .(64U21.00
Helena J62i.» . 00 f San Diego iS«!«4!.OO
Honolulu 82if.S .00) San Francisco. ISI 1321. 00
Independence 78!4R1.00i San J05e. .....!82;40!.00
Kallspell v 4«'4O'.OS| f>:/1,.- Ohlsno. .1O4 i 521.00
I>w Angeles.. :9« r (?2!.00i .". E. Farallon:.'»4 - :|.OO
Modena .. ! 62;30 ; .00i Spokane ...... tco|4Bl. oo
Mt. Tamalpals!7si«2!.oo! Tacoma ..'.... 62150 .04
North Hes.d...lS4 1 4R1.02| Tatoosh ...... 54 .. .00
Ph.oen.ix . . . ...'»4!6O!.00 Tonopah . (W!4S .00
Pocatello !R6!SRI.On Walla. Walla.. 170 \M .00
Pt. Reyes Lt..!"3!4fi!.00 Wlnnemucea .174i281.00
PorC»n<l : !e«|521.04 Ynma ....... !g4J52?. 00
EASTERN" STATIONS
Abilene 1741.%0[.00 jKnoxtille . .. .[ft«!40!.00
Atlantic City..iW4ftl.OO Leuisvllle '....165 421:00
Boston 160421.00 Memphis -..'..".|7t 52J.00
Buffalo' .1601421.00 Montgomery ..174J46 .00
Charleston ...!T2!.M5!.00 Montreal .*....f45!541.3R
Chicago !«4!52 .00 Moorhead . .. .I46!32!:1O
T>enver i72 New Orleans.. 74621.00
Dcs M0ine5.... 1621441.00 New York.... 5C!441.00
Dodge City... !7fii36!.00 North Platte. 1 . 74!30 .00
Huluth: ;.<54!36}.00 Oklahoma . ..; 76?45 '.00
Durango ..... '<M!3o| .oo l Pittsbnrg . . . . 'C21381.00
Eastport !.V>l3Bt.Ol |Roswell ......i 721381.00
Galveston 17<?;6R].00 iSt. Louis. ....l70!S0|. 00
Green Bay 1«2f46i.00 St. Paul. .!SRf4O ,00
Hatteras ...;.!70'54!.00 Tampa r....-.!«0!5SJ.0O
HaTre . .. .. .M. J42|.:. Toledo ... .. .. «0[42 .OO
Huron ...... ..'60132!. 00 Washington ..lft4!3«I.OO
Jacksonville ..I7B'«o'.oa Winnipeg ....!50!30!. 00
Kansas City..i~O"so!.Oo •
SYNOPSIS OF WEATHER CONDITIONS;-
The weather bis been cloudy in the northern
tier of state*, extending clear acros* the-conti
nent from Washington to Maine. ; There < have'
been Jlrbt «howem In the. lake region. Minnesota.
Washinßtcn and northern Oregon. Elsewhere fair
\u25a0weather prevails." with temperatures above :tbe^
normal. Unusually warm s weather prevail* -in
California. ea«tern Washington* and -Idaho. :In
\u25a0 the Ban Franclsoo bar sectton there has' been. a
rise of 20 deprees. and along: the southern coast
from 10 to 14 , degree*.'.; Afternoon temperatnrea
are as follows: -. LosAnjre.les. »6: Ran L«iia OWs
po. S»4: San Dieito. S6: San Francisco. 81. ".>- The
pr*Mure distribution farnrs north wind 'Tuesday
and warm - treat her. moderating at n(«ht. 'The
relative humidity at ' Bed Bluff, was 27 per cent
and at Fresno 53 pT cent.- ' -.*• *
. - - l>v- FORECAST V
Pan Francinco and, " 4 vicinity— Fair Tuesday,
warm in the morning, ; mMwe.tinsr at nlgbt; light
north wjn«l. ohanrlng to southwest. . -• .-
Santa Clara valle.r— .Fair Tuesdar. moderately
warm: ll«ht north wind. V, \u0084 - .
s«rramento , valley — Fair- Tuesday, .continued
warm; light north wind." - " <-. \u25a0 •
San Joaquia vaiitv— Fair Tuesday, continued
warm: Hchr north wind. ' - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-•\u25a0:
California south of the Tehachapi— Fair Tnes
dsy. not so warm: lirht north wind.'.;: \u25a0
• A. G.McADlE., District Forecaster.
CALIFORNIA FOSTERS .
THE GROWTH OF ART
M rs. W. C. Morrow Traces i Its
History in Golden Stated
At the meeting yesterday; afternoon
of, the: California. 'women's .press asso
ciation in ttie rooms of the Sequoia club
I n Post , :lb treet the h l story ' of^ aft i n this
state was traced "by" airsiW.C. Morrow".-
: The subject of her; talk was > "Arts'
and Artist Life in 'California.". 'Call
fornia;, Jn her" estimation. s«^ especially
adapted to foster; the! growth: of , art, -if
only because 6f ? the: 'ipos*ibllitiea .-.;lf
presents of . Uvlngjin thelopeq :air.*the
entire" yean rounds Added -to its natural
beauty of- scenery j andx Its* wonderful
atmospheric conditions.;there isno spot
In the world more fitted by'hature^ to be
the artist's camplngground. : -.
Mrs. Morrow : was^assisted"- Jnl* the
afternoon's ipntertainmentV by- ,'George
Ewlngr; and , Miss; Minnie) Webster. -^.The
former ; sang ; a*\ cycJe •; of % songs ?,by; Lisa
Lehman, ; a :Venetian^loye?song,by*|Tol
stoi, * a border/, son gr and i VThe;] Land Vo"
the '- Leal? and j a -cycle '- of ; Scotch . songs.
JUNK DEALERIBEATEN
B\^GXS COMPANY MAN
A." Ascheimi. ,246 Twelfth rßtreet,r Btreet,, t a
junk-dealer,. was itreatefl at -the; central
emergency fho spit a I yesterday v f orf. In
juries?, which.; he 4allegesiwere ; inflicted
by^Thbmas Rollell;:i9o4iChestnut street.'
UollelK is) a foreman ri employed? by ithe
San^Frariciscogas and'electriclcompany
"» n d..d '.. Asch ci ni \ clai rrts * h e 'l was ', b eaten tbv
the for«man,^who- accused 'him "of .trying*
to - steal } Bom» '\u25a0'<\u25a0 j u n k." 1 .'Anchfti m 1 says ;he
will {* pply for Ja warrant ; f or;-Rolleirs
arrest;.; . . \u25a0 .*, :•,\u25a0\u25a0. r.,'' J ' : ' : ,v^;^f?- s ;;i'v;- :^T:--
BKULL B»OKEk{oK PRIBON BAES— MissoulaVi
•pMo».t.'rOct."?4,"— Drireo'to fr^nty; from »t lie #f-'
> f *cts of \u25a0 a "- tpre«> c whicb « ]a n<l*d him I* in - the'
\u25a0 countr fjaili her* ' Saturday; night,' Samuel •\u25a0 John
\u25a0 fon of Booner, 1 . Moat. 1 ; 5 •\u25a0rly i today > horltd hlm
\u25a0 **\f a(raln« the bar* of his r*ll with "*nffleient
ri- fore* -to | br#ak ' hi» : sltulL^ He •\u25a0 wu Stound I dead
•by the: jailer.-.". , - - ... '\u0084 ^V,. '-\u25a0.-;-\u25a0 •\u25a0'-•*r -''i
THEbSAN FRj^sCaSCO CALL. TUESDAY. OCTOBER* 25. .1910.
MONGOLIA TO SAIL
WITH BIG CARGO
Pacific ' Mail lliner to Leave VTo»
dayifor Orient With I7;000
Tons of Freight -
HE Pacific Mail
liner; Mo n'gol i_a;''
Captain .Ilepry'Ji;.*
Morton, \vill;sail*at ;
1 o'clock this -after-;
rToon v; . for";- the ';, \f ar . :
east,'.; crowded .with;
passengers andVar-J
rying one "... of \u25a0'" the
1 a r'g c s t : ; cargoes
;taken -*from ;'th i s :
port, sinee -the*, days j
of. • -- ( the Japanese- i
Russian^ war. \u25a0 . . .The !
liner jw i 1 1 : carry," 230:
cabin 'passrngrers/J
and inthe^BteeraKe
500 -A'siatlcs" ; •"• Thii.*
cargro of 17,000 tons
Includes f 14,000 tons
of army t and navy
freight.- to deli veri which; the liner "will
make a special call at < Manila.^ :
. Among the passengers • will - b©i Gen
eral Aleshlre. quartermaster general of
the United States army.'iwho: is; going
to Honolulu -to i inspect: the ; work; that
has been Jorie in the new military dis
trict" of .Hawaii.-" He; will ?be v accom
panied \u25a0:. by General Tasker-'H.. Bliss,
commander 'of . this department, ": of
which Hawaii is at present la- part -
: Anotharpassenger will be : the'duke
ile Montpensler. who is golngito Cochin
China": at . the head *of ;•; a*. .geographical
expedition. '.. Other . passengers;; on :: the
Mongolia-, will be Mr.-and^ Mrs. 1 James
R. Edmonds and Major C jV/Kindler.?';
,\u25a0 Captain . Henry..- E. "Morton,? who -has
been away for. two ; voyages ; on rieav^
of absence, has s resumed >\u25a0 command -of
the Mongolia. The liner's engines^will
be in' charge of a new set of enßrineers,
with Chief: Engineer ,T. F., Sullivanrat
their head.- , ----;•.
Captain AY. - W. Greene's "Wife Dead
Mrs. W. "WV Greene, wife V»f the com
mander of the Japanese liner Chiyo
Maru, nowat Hongkong. diediSunday
f»t the Fairmont Jiotel. in this city." Mrs.
Greene, who formerly made ' her. home
in I Yokoh ama , had 1 i ved in San s Fran -
Cisco only, a few months; sShe- was- :in
poor health, when she arrived,, but ap
peared to -be on the road, to recovery
when Captain Greene left ; on. the Chiyo.
Arrangemantß 'have been? made /to -ship
the body to Japan, on the Tenyo Maru.
Captain Greene was notified of ;his!loss
by cable and will • probably "\u25a0 be ' relieved
of duty in Japan so!that he can rfimaln
there to receive the remains. ,-, .
Korea . Is Due Next . Friday
• The Pacific Mail.' liher:-* Korea, Cap
tain Sandberg. left Honolulu at noon
Saturday and is due:her.s;Friday,morn
ing. to a cablegram-received
-yesterday > from -the ;> island port *the
liner: has on 'boards 96 cabin passengers
and : 350.; Asiatics.;;. Of the^ cabin pas
sengers -45 are from- China" and Japan
and ; the -remaind-ir from Honolulu. "
The. Korea's* cargo of 6,4ooitons:in
rluJes 2,400 tons of -overland; freight.
309 tons . for. Central 'America 'and - 115
t^ns of raw, silk.; ; -: ' -.._.- ,y\ : : •-
Schooner •• ZVerrark Saved hy Scuttline
Tlie' power -\u25a0 schooner:! Newark: was*
threatened with destruction- yesterday.
morning. when- water- reached the ives- ;
\u25a0sel's cargo. of 'lime and. tne temperature
In the hold went ; up aboveboillngpoint.-
Captain Whelan summoned \the-flre : de-;
partment^and turned all; hands to I work ?
jcetting a deck load of distillate ashore.'
The Newark' was tied up >to^ the Chan
nel street wharf. '\u25a0'.:. The fire tug Dennis
Sullivan responded to the call,', and
when .the distillate had all been landed
towed the Jfewark.^toitha Mission-bay
'\u25a0flats,, whero'the vessel was scuttledand
allowed to sink.' t The. vessel is. believed
to have '.escaped*" serious -damage, -the
ftril extent of . which, however, will- not
be known, until* the '""water: has j been;
pumped out of the 'hold. The Newark
was run into; and" sunk :, a; few"; months*
ago by a iCrowley launch; and; a few
wseks ago its cargo: of -; lime, took, flre
at . sea. The *' damage .: done ' on that - oc
casion had.,been. repaired, only a. few
days -when yesterday's fire aut the ship
out;of: commission again." - ; v .
President Carries Many Passengers) :
' TheY Pacific * Coast steamship com
pany's- President \u25a0 s^iileJ v yesterday .'for
southern California with a- full com
plen-ent v of passengers. " Among them.
.were:, .-- '\u25a0.-" '- : \u25a0..-\u25a0.< '\u25a0-. -" \u25a0 \u25a0 '. --''.•\u25a0.
I. Hill : , .Majorie Barber —
R. H. Sheldon \u25a0 • MajorlP Peiuso
Mrs. Hill v ' '\u25a0; Mrs. PenißC -
Julia 'Pems« :•'. Miss' A.* Clancy \u25a0.•-V/-- '
Mrs.. M. Brous MlssiF." Golrtberifi '
Mrf.'-G. ;\\". Barr \u25a0 Mrs.J. Goldbrlns
Mrs. Eva.Hishes CbarW Labour and
Mr. Brown and wife '\u25a0: \rifc.
H. Speer .T. : Schmidt \u25a0
J. Simmons ' G.:P.^ Griffith n '
CA. Henderson' - , Hilda ' Knack :
Marie Jufrertt Anna • Sander* -
\u25a0 Mrs. R. ; Joyce . ,- \u25a0 . Miss : Starneld \
C. Henderson and'.wlfc Otto Gabel *--.'.'\u25a0 \u25a0
H.' C.'Paj-; - • J. : Wallace.and wife- -,
Miss M. Montgomery , 0.-K.; f James
E. A. James : R. 'O.; James ...
B.lUinhold •:'*'-* G.- M. Crump " ;
iJ. G. ; S«ola : \u25a0*;.\u25a0- Mrs. -G.< M. - Crnrap :
Mellie MrPnrdy Mrs. H.'Lamb. ->- : -'. - i |
Mrs. F.'llitcheU s ' • C.jW.'Bates
•M. \u25a0> X: Jacqaes * /, .-. \ M. P.'Charlton and wife
C. Buchannan' and wife A: P. Portia and wife ; i
K.-.H1i1.::- "\u25a0 - 'V"; * '\u25a0:. -' .--.'.\u25a0:' s- - ,-.-,-.• .;\u25a0 ;v - '• I
Water ;.; Front i Xoten
: -•;' Receipts of lumber 'yesterday by sea
amounted to 1,953,000 ; feet. >. «; . ,-> :\u25a0\u25a0'>\u25a0;
\u25a0 Captain '\u25a0 Holland: has* succeeded' Cap
tain Drennan- ac -master 'of \u25a0 the -Pacific
Mall liner ; City of ;Panama.-i -which sails
today for,i the isthmus. Captain Dren
nar has been '\u25a0> placed? on .waiting f orders
and. will probably f be ordered back to
Ihe China-run.- . --- . -. ', \u25a0. ?"v .
W T .H.7rieid- will this imorning :take
up the duties of purser of 'the Japanese
liner .Tenyo JVtaru; in -place r of iC.JL.acey
Goodrlchitwho has .been promo ted^to be
general; passenger a gen t in the far east
for > the , Toyo \u25a0* Kisen \u25a0*" Kaisha>«.nd *' the
Western . Pacifier , F. \H. ? Dough erty ' wl 11
succeed ?. Reid as freight \u25a0} clerk -of ' the
Tenyo.--: "JrzCl- - ; "-'' :\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0:-:: \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0:-:, ••-.\u25a0 -;.• ..\u25a0•.'•\u25a0.-'\u25a0;
C ommander TV. G. - : Miller,' U. S. N.,'
who-"has" been >in.<!Tiarge*' of : this.,, the
eighteenth,^lighthousei district^ for the
last .two t. years.; has- : been > ordered :-> to
duty.' in -thei Philippines f andtWlll ? leave |
today^onthe Tenyo Maru./- He has been
succeeded /as p Inspector •. of v the ,f, f eight
eenth district by Lieutenant Commanct
er:Mofffttt; --.-. '\u25a0\u25a0 "\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0•:..- -i '\u25a0-• -\u25a0:, <•/'•\u25a0 >;.-£-: -.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'[
'\u25a0:--' The •: naval: militia 'Willi.tak«'ai prac
tise l cruise » around»the \u25a0' bay, ? next \u25a0 Sun
day on* the "cruiser. Marblehead.V?. : " N \u25a0.-."\u25a0\u25a0;
.The .barge .; Fresno -arrived here: yes
terday * from; Tyeeivia i Port
tow - of * the /; tug Goliah.Ti-.The • Fresno
was -loaded ,wlth% whale-oil -and' f ertll
irer; for 'the' Barneson ?&'-Hibberdi com-
Bany.ViThe \u25a0 Gollah awillftow^the ; ship'
irummuir^from 8 here •\u25a0 toj Pugetc sound?
50-v "William ?: Brown. ale member -f of ~ the
crew of "; the h ship": Chiltonford,
anchored ;off i Meiggs i wharf, \,t ell '= from
a: pcaffoldingsyesterday;-'intoithe »bay.-
A boat 4 was ;lowered * in; charffe^of ? the
second j mate* and Brown *,who i was; car-*
ried nearly a' ; quarter^ of a, mile: by the
tideAwass picked up. v ' '.-,"\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0-•: '" ..-\u25a0
rtK The *;,Matson^-navigations compan v.'s
Wilhelmina 'will sail & tomorrow , - ; for
Honolulu .with ;;a.i large of Ipas^
sengersiandfiasfulli cargo.'X ; ' .; :^-v- ?-. v,
t <-Th e i fast: steamers Harvard i ana Tale,
whose v coming;^ is i-.wJth /some
trepWation.'byitheilocalltransportation
companies, i: particularly athe >s Southern
Pacific, sailed- yesterday from, StALucia:
,The* Pacific Mail ;iiner Newport' is -due
today from , Panama and i^way > f ports.'."', \u25a0 :v: v
"\u25a0" :/ "' ';- ,yCh&nt[*m : at ; Bla«terti ;'\u25a0 ''.^ -'' .•.;, \u25a0:.
siOlymplcS—^^Late :-'-;i: -'-;i master."
James ; Hansen ;; present master,*," Jorgen
Hansen. y.< ? J ' iji"--' ',".':" -: y r--- : -;.-- : ,-: *'m*.rilz
rf Steamer:- Pike: County— Late: master,
T.' C.'.KroUnche ; ; present master,. D.: Sal
isbury; :-. •-://\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0''-\u25a0\u25a0 •v-' i -'-';-%'^- I .~. : - :: -: - :'.'-.-"v "\u25a0'." %:'",
"^Steamer- Juliette: —-I^ate ; master. 1
Charles nWeber.- Jr.;^present; master, R.
Hammer.: 1 ;,: \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0•"\u25a0•,.,:. -';\u25a0 K<-.' .'\. •,: " "-' :\u25a0:.
v?: Schooner! Eva — Late * master, 1 -: Charles
Anderson; ipresent. master,, J.vE.t John
son.^K".?--.-.'"^:"''" zr,:*'' I *-*/} -//'\u25a0-» "\u25a0•\u25a0-.-. ;,;?-\u25a0:::, ;
s' Schooner
C.^MoeTi present master," Charles "Anders
son.-. : \u25a0 « - .• :\u25a0\u25a0'''\u25a0--\u25a0'
,?.^SchooneriToung;America^- r L.ate*mas
ter. : JB. Olson; v present .f master,- < O.^? M."
Carlsen. - .; . " ' . - - -.„.
r-srSteamervMongolia^— L-ate*master.*|E: ;
P."* Kitt; ', present- master,fH.l a.iMorton.^
x-t Steamer.- Citya of Late . mas."
ter.'R." Drennan ;* present? master.s C.YJ."
Holland. 'V,, * <- < :T<^§Bgm& l 'K
;/. --- -,-..v : : - ;\u25a0 > \u25a0' li Enrollment ? : * \u25a0-. S^ :
?i Stea mer r, Ci ty iof cTopeka— C: C.^ Gi©.*i
low, -master. • >\u25a0 ; , - -TEEMS
, . . Konda.y,- Oct. J . M,^l9Xo>>
BraAKailw. i JS.lPOßXEE^From'Monterej7)fox;
MOVEMENT OF VESSELS IN ALL PARTS OF WORLD
Honolulu ;'' Oct. - 2.". ; s p. '.\u25a0 m\. '-I;430 milfs from
Montproj-. 1 ;.-- Northwest- winds: ssniHll'soa: .- '^
STEAMER" J, " A. * CHANSLOR— From ,; Gariots.
for Portland.* 0re.: 0ct.: 2.1.. 8 p.-f.m.;'= 20: miles
'- "north ofi'St.vtJeorge re«?f." Lights northwest
J.-iwlrid* 'aud-sweli; \u0084, .": ; .' '\u25a0\u25a0.'J-i ' '.'>-';'' '.' :\u25a0.'."
STEAMER -SANTA':- MARIA^-From " \ P«rt ; San
. • r.uls. i forrf^attlo; -0ct. « 2P.. ; 8 : p.Y m.. JmilP*
r nortlit »t y - I'edras \u25a0 Blancos.. \u25a0 Tresh . northwest
; .\u25a0n'in<i;,lieaTy,j|ipad : -s>a. \u25a0\u25a0.:' . ':" - ..I' \ J
STEAMER' SIERRA— From ;San 5 rranrtsco'CVt.;
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' 22. for. Honolulu : i Qet.S 23.^ 8 ; p. > m.'. , 455 - miles
\u25a0\u25a0*' from ": San Francisco 4lpbtshfr>. \u0084- Fresh' northerly
-7 wind : .'- lone h westerly - s'welj : dark, i cloudy;
barometer.*; "o,47;: temperature.; fif.l
STEAMEBy«ANTA *BITA^FTOm 'Kahului: for.
— Port; Kan Lnis; - Ot. / 23.- S . p. -= in.*. -l.SOO ; miles
;- from ..Port;. •'an I^tTji.- Fine wfatber; all (wHl.
STEAMER "KOREA— From " HonKkonsr.'.via \ Hono-'
";• lulu. •>. for r San FrAncisco: - Oct. , 23. s p.'.ni..
! 1. 6.10 mtlpn- off SatiFranHsro.' All well. £ ;\u25a0 \u25a0
STEAMER' XJMATILLA— From iNomf. for. Seat-;
tie. • Due'to arrlre at Seattle Oct.-Cb-K:; >,*
''. *, - PIER DIRECTORY V" :,
v \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. ,;'.-:.v north; of : market street \u25a0 % r -
Pier >3:.t . WashlnjrtonlP«er:i7.".;r. r: .;;TTnlonil
Plpt 8.. .;... jßCkson!Pier.'lf>... ..'..;. Union 2
Pier \u25a0.".\u25a0..'.. ... Paclfic|Pl<>r"2l. .'.,'...'...: Filbert
Pier n. . . . Broadway 1 IPler, 23 ::;.\ Greenwich \u25a0\u25a0 1
Pier ll...:Bronawar : 2!Pier2s...r.Grenwich <2
Pier 15. ... . . . . VallejolPler 27. ; .'. .:v:l Lombard
Pier'- 15.". . :.:-. . :yGreen|Pier 51 . . . .".'/:.'.'.;. Powell
f > \u25a0'.<{'\u25a0 . SOUTH OF > MARKET; STRKET -.^ \u25a0<'- ; \."-\ ''
Pfer 4.......Mipsioni2jPier 25.i : . . ::~~.\ ":] Main j
Pier r «...;... Howard -if Pier 34::... /..v"' Besle. 1
Pier) 8. /....iHoward 21 Pier 36;.. :..'.; : Fremont '•
Pier 10. . . .;: .n0ward 3|Pler 5 38. . . . ...1 /. •• First i
Pier 12. f. Folsom. llPiwr..4oV- \u25a0 \u25a0
Pier 'l4. /:.'.. -Folsom ,2!Pler 42 5-P. M. S. S. Co.
Pier 16.'. . . .'. . Harrison! Pier 44 J. :
Pier 20. . . SteuartlPier 54. . .... ... Fourth
Pier 24.. .. .-..:'.'- gpoarj : . I ' V : ;
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
: r to' arrive ' " ':: i ,
• From _ •' | ':'•?.- Steamer" --|-: Dste >
Seattle & Tacoma. .... tXome City. ;. . ; . |Oct. 2.".
CoquHl* - River.'; ... .... I Fifleld . . i ..". . lOct. ; 2.V
Humholdt - . : . . ....... ilSanta Clara.'. ; .lOct.;2S
Nanaimo .;;...;.......\u25a0. I Falls ! of | Orchy . |Oct. 2S
Grays - Harb0r. . . ... . . . . ISanta ' Barbara. . !Oct.: 2."
Snn Ppf1r0. . . . . . . . . . .'. ''. Hanalei . . . .". . .!Oct." 2fl
New a York : via * Ancofl :' . Newport '. . ':. "; ". . 'Oct. ; 2fi
Sal. Craz via S. Plego.lColumblan' .*. .;.JOct.-2rt
Willapa I Harhor. . . , . . .jDaisy v.\ . .... .; .JOct.-27
•Point -Arena & Albion. . I Porno ;. .". ..... ..Oct.- 27
San : Pedr0. . ;..... ': 1 Bear.; : : . . . . . lOet. 27
Portland & Astoria. .V.lßose City... ...!0ct..27
San Dlesro & San Pedro. I Roanoke :......'. Oct.' 27
China' & \u25a0 Japan. ... . . . . I Korea . . . . ... . . . Oct.^2S
Mexican. Ports...... r.ilCuracao .......'Oct. 2S
Puget Smind Ports.". /..jOuppn v.. ;.....': Oct. -W
Seattle - & Tacoma ... . . I Watson , . ".:-.'. '. .:lOet.; 2S
San Pedr0. .. . ;.'... .*. . . I Ad. Sampson: . . lOct. 28
San Dlearo & Wav Ports! President - v . ....|Oct.s 2S
Hiimboldt i .': .". . ...... ; ! Oltv . of Topeka . iOct. 2«
Willapa ; Harbor .... . .'Carlos -;.*. ...... .{Oct.' 2n
Portland : & Astoria . . . . I 0.~ W. ; Elder, r: lOct."; 2»
•Mendoclno & Pt. ArenalSea Foam . *. .'. : . fOct. SO
Honolulu k & - Kahulul . . . ! Hlioclanx /. ..:. (Oct. , SO
Puget Sound Ports. . . . . Ifiovrrnor . .... .'Oct. SO
H0n01u1u" :::. .. .... . . . ..IHyades ''..'."'.". .v.10ct., 31
Hi 1 0, ' . . :.. ;...... .... . .. 1 Enterprise *.:"//. (Oct. :3l
Oray« > Harbor . . . . . .'.' . lNewbursr \u25a0'. \. '. ."- : lOct. S?l
San Diego & Way PortslSant"' Ro'a ;...lOrt. Rt
Coos 8ay . . ...... . . \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 |M. - F. -Plant. . .IQrt. 8t
:.-\u25a0\u25a0---: --:>\u25a0 i'^q.-. TO \u25a0\u25a0'SATT,'''.-;;."- .".;-\u25a0 .'U' -L, >^
; Date:|-. \u25a0Steamer \: Destination 1 Sails jPlet
Oct. 2.*»! Nome City, . . , .1 Los Anjreles . I ' spm I 27 :
Oct. 2-">lCity of Topeka. !Humboldt > ..:110 ami 11 •
Oct.' 2-"i ! Mongolia '. . : . '...tHonKkong.'.'jMlipml;'^;
Opt. 25'Clty of Panama! Ancon ;:....'. U2 ml 42 ,
0ct.%25| Sena tor ;. . .. ..:lPiigct^Sniindf 2 pml,v» \u25a0
Oct.': 25lSanta Barbara . .<T<os .-"Aneelrs. I ' V pml:. r >l '.
Ort. 2SlTahoe '..;'.... .iPortland -.?.l : 5 pml 27;
Oct. • 26!Brooklrn i-%. .... I Point Arena . 1 : . . ; .' I '- 4 j
Oct. 2fi ; Santn Clara.... lllumboldt^i.llOamr.ls;
Ocr. ; CfilWllhelmlna .; '-. . .1 Honolulu ; . '..\\2'i ml 3S r
Oct.- 2<i'Spa ; . Fonm r. : .'. iPolnt "Arena.!; 4 ,pml ' 4 -
Oct. 2nlM. F.: Plants. . .(Cops : Bay: . .1 3 pml R ;
: Oct. 27IFI field '..... • • (Coqullle KIv.I S pml »
Oct. 27IShna-Yak ... . . I Portland if. I . X pml ; 27 «
Oct.' ,27lTTanalel V. . . . . tr^os Angeles : ! s pml ' 1O ;
Oct.- 27IRanta £ Rosa:..^San.Dlczo.-.'.m'i ami' <*;
Oct. 27ilsthmian '.:':.. l Sallna*;Crur..llO ami! 27.
iOct. ': 27lCoos 8ay. . . . . .Ran- Pedro. .'.1:5 pml Jl j
Oct.2R!G. "Llndaner . .IfJrays . . . . f. ; . . .'
Oct..2S|Casro .:."/;. "".v.'.l Portland "..'.I R pml;l6i
' : Oet.-'2RI Century > . . .. ..is^rdney :. . . . . l'-l:pml. 1 . •"
Oct. 2Rl ßoanoke i-. . ... .JPortlanrt v..~. H0 ami 13 >
Oct. 2S!B«ar ;' .". .-. .'. -.; .1 Porfand^. - . 112 r ml . 40 ,:
2»;Centralla ; .'. .% .tOrrayi»-»lfarbrl;3 pra! 21-.
.Oct. 2f»!C«rlos -...-.... !Tx» 'Angeles. I .... 1. 10:
Oct.' 29! Rose. ! City. . .- rJjjos 'Anreles: \M ami 40;
Oct." 2fllPreis!flent*v.T.";JPuget"> Soundly pml« S>r
Oct.' 2fl!O. «W. Elder ;V.lr>«vr "An«elesi| 7 pml 13-
Oct. 30' Ad. ; - Sampson :: r : j Puget ;- Sound U 1 ! pml -A 0 j
Oct.", r.oi Watson . . .'. :: ..f Tx» Angeles. 110 ami-. 10 \
Oct." SO'Potno .'.... ...-.lPolnt- ? Ar«na.|'Q pm!?4i
Oct. 3110. W. Fenwlck.lAncon^i direct!; s: pm-!;I»,
Oct. :31lOIty.fof ;^ Para. '.f Ancon -dlrect'l2 ml 42r
Oct. 31lGovernor.".".-;':*/.!Snn|DlCßp.i":|;4 pmli t>:
*-* ."•::\u25a0\u25a0; TQ ; SAir/, FROM, SEATTLE "v.
" \u25a0 Deftlnation \ : •\u25a0 | './>: Steamer,'; \u25a0 | DateJ-
Skagway, & Way. Ports. I City of Seattle. |Oct.» 2ft
Skarway. & ! War. Ports : iHumboldt '. . *. . . : |Nov. • 1
\u25a0 Sun/- Moon I and ; Tide
United States -coast ; 7»nd 5 survey—Tim*
- sndbplehtf'of ;tldes:at Fort Point. <; For 'city
front ; (Mission,' street ; j wharf) i add; 2s minutes.
, ; ; : TUESDAY, OCTOBER ; 25 ~> •\u25a0
Sun rises ' . . .'. . .'..* .. /.:'.. .... . . . '• . . . . . -V. . . .' fi :2S
Sun .' sets • . . . . . ;. :. .?..: . . . . : ..... . .". . .'. . . ; :;" 3:20
i rises */....;.,..... '.'.' '. . .". . 11 :?>2 p.\ m.
Ijist , quarter m00n . .". . .".". .".Oct. 24, at 9:.1» p.' m."
New - moon : ....•.......'...... Nov. 1 . at 5 :47 p." m.
First \u25a0 quarter ; m00n ; .". . . -.'. .''. Nov. P. at 9:20 p. m.
• |Tlmeh -ITima!^- iTimel^: v ITimeh'"-^
Octj —Ft -I— T-l Ft.p jFt I — — Yjts
m wf; ;ir,:wf -^|h wi il;tvi:
: - - -A.M. •-:_. \u25a0 -.>-\u25a0\u25a0 |„\u25a0 --. jP.-K.:-
25.. 1 6:451 4.5!H:151 3.7t 4:47! 4.8'11:55F' 0.0
- ~ -I -.--«|P.M.|;.~n i :-- -r->. .-\u25a0! :-..:v-J'-- •
?»?.;l 7:S«I». 4.Sii2:4Rl 3.41 fi:l3l 4.61 ... . :(:. . . .
27.'.|i0:M1Jv0.21;«:20!-j 5.11 ; 1:55j;r;2.8i :7:2»1<54.R
28..J41:47!v0.fil ? 8:52 l ' .'t.31'2:451;: 2."!'R:S3! 4.7
29..1 2:S«| : O.J»T 0:23 ' R:4lj 3:281 t."I f>:S3!"4.T
3ft..h8:22 h1.21'9:54 -S.B 4:09! 0 1,8110:24 1 "4.S
31..|» 4:00]- 1.6i10:221 ; ;5.5r4:55| ,;0.9'11:11|«4.T
: . ;;;. :-<c \u25a0•:'-\u25a0•:.: \u25a0\u25a0 Tltueßali; : ';\u25a0
United: States : branch! hydrographjc ( of flee.' : Mer
• chants'. Exchange, ; San .Francisco, j October
:f. '"\u25a0 24^.1010. -\u25a0;:\u25a0-\u25a0' :.: ; >-l-" i'A-t-'v'v-.;"«i 'A-t-'v'v-.;"« - ;;s- .-•.;.' >--">:: >\u25a0'
The » time ball on . the roof of the
hotel -was dropped r today exaetlr .at; noon. Pa
pifl^.: standard * time , (120 th ? meridian) /. or '\u25a0 at Sh.
00m. : OOs.^ Greenwich mean time. " f '\u25a0 ;u.
.;.-; -.;. \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0.. '\u0084\u25a0 .\u25a0 ;.:\ . \u25a0:. - >> -\u25a0 T . C. BURNKTT.{t>;i
.-;- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : •Lieutenant.", U.,5.;N.. In . charge, v^
."\u25a0;:, U. -'• S.'l Branch. : Hytlroarraphlc^j Office
- A : branch ; of .? the it*nlted f - State* \u25a0• hydrographlc
office. * located a in £ the. .{ Merchants'--,' Exchange, ,<. is
maintained j in j San j Francisco l for Jthe « brneflt of
mariners^ without^ regard to nationality i and c free
of/ expense.*- \u25a0\u25a0 Narigators - are " cprdially^lnvlted to
1 visit ? the I offlfe.~i where : 'complete f sets 'lot * charts
and - sailing ; directions I of - the 1 world ? are ! kept I at
! hand -\u0084: for « comparison * and -_« reference i ; and -:• the
latest i Information-; can -always bo obtained, re
jtardlnff >- lights, dangers | to .- navigation . and mat
ters of Interest- to ocean commerce. , "v. ,
:' , : .v;';i v -\u25a0 .:,.,: t-;-_r.^:,i;t -;-_r.^:,i; J, c, BURNETT/- '-\u25a0\u25a0i
. ;*. - 4 Lleutenant.;U.;S.:N..,ln'charge.";''
•IHTDKOORAPHIC/OIFICZ '\u0084-.'." J
,'; Depth ?at^ mean lowi.witer/ en trance: to 'harbor.'
..yPL-ACB;'- 1 Ft. M tDatel,!^ j \u25a0:\u25a0', jltemarks : r.j .-.."« -'\u25a0
GrajsHarl 16 ilOct.^BlOenth given is for sooth
v:> \u25a0.\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0>>.; -r|. J - y--"'. I a* channel. ss v-.:V-'.vfv -.:V-'.vf -:-j->*
Winapa:B|t27:lSept.^3|:— r:... ...... -...—. v ~
Colnmr R: I > 27 ,* [Septr; 5[ ,T7vcr; .m \u25a0.-.-.-;. . . ; rv. .
A-,:-;.-. I \u25a0\u25a0* -1 ..». -.'-|Bar«- buoy;, to •\u25a0> rights of
Nehalm : B 9 1 Jnly.t 101 entrance, v. Channel ; is
"-.I:.: \u25a0' \- r. I shifting- ito no rt h,
Jx --•-' ;[.; [. \u25a0 livery: narrow.? 150; ft.
Tlllmfc .B . I 9 - !.Tuly ~ 5 iChacnel i ahifted X mili
:- -'•.--. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0>\u25a0,-. |.:v, ". :\\-^c ,\u25a0\u25a0- ; ..|^ sooth.in gale Nov. 2S:
Yaqulna >B| 13 V2lV 2 1 Sept. 12 } . . r. .v. r: . . . .... \ /.-.-.-;-•
Sluslaw; R | >\u25a0 ff -..- l Aug. \u25a0 181 ... ..... .v. :-.\u25a0 ; . . . . .-. . y ;
L'mpqtiaiß|> 9 >\u25a0\u25a0 ISept. So\. -.:%'. -.-..:,r.x?.\i. -. . -. .j
Coos i Bay. |? 18 :y|Oct.^.S|Can<bn6y 'No^l-gone.?."!
Coquillo;R|>B jdct-nv 4lChannel4 IChannel straight. Vfi»,V
Rog'if \u25a0 Ri vl :: 2 f \ Sept.: \u25a0 1 [: :: .5. :. -. . .*; . .:...; ;: -. . "-
Klnmtir. R| ' 5 \u25a0; ; | Aug. n 1 fCbannel S. j W.. ttrajght"
Hmbldt^ Bl 10 : ISept-JlJChanufil? straight i work
- -.-\u25a0\u25a0-• -.-•\u25a0'^'\u25a0••\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-i-;|-^ J .v-.-'XV..I t 4..'lna--north.'--'- 1 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ~ r ...;
S Pedro n I 20 :|Sept. .^OlNo^changeMnjrhanFel. s'
S.Diego :B|;2Bm Sept.- 30[No - change iln chiinnelT^
S Pablo Bl i24 :»lAug.t20 r Depth[ln?dredged!«ffi3
• | ' I I nrl. "
SHIPPING NEWS^OFICOASTI
: Items'- of Interest^ tojf Mariners
of the* Pacific i :
ISpccmVDispatcb to Y/.cTa»]
'\u25a0\u25a0EVREKA, Oct.' 24.-T£we 'were four early
mdrnlngarriTals in port torta.T.^tbe; first: steamer
to cro«s in liflng the- North Fork; 'Tbe^laq'na."
Prentiss and P.avalil > followed. I :^ The, steamers
"afe";ioading rcdvs o. .j for southern port*:
vj. Arriving if shortly ;. ?. after > noon^today^was i| the
jStelmer7jU J- s SLoggle withi: miscellaneous -freishtv
iThel Loggie! 1 sf loadinsl lumber \ a t - tlie'| Bnckaport
If&The l steamer | Xortnland I arrlTpd £tbiss tf ternoon
! and *, wllU los<l la-i pa rt f carso^ before t proceeding
'north-to (Portland [for ian jadditwnal ! cargo."ssgf»%.s
h tThe » Santn 1 Clara I departs « this ? afternoon a with
f freight;J mail land £passengers.s,The^ Santa \ Clara
I carried : JWO I cases |of fresh | salmon.'*: the i firs t cargo
i of i the i season"** lt remained s in port jtbree, days \\n
: ordtr to ' t>e < *blc " to 5 carry:; the » flr?t : £Wpmcat|or
salmon ; to i San .' Francisco "_ following : the " opening
'\u25a0•\u25a0 PoHTLAND.' Ort.> 24.— Becaii«e;of "the decided
inprease^in*/ freight- in . both'' directions^ between
Poiflaud.andiTlllamook:. the: Portland an<l TUI4
roook»Bay,».steamship jscompanyf has: decWed-«to
increase , Its : service > between T the 'two ; ports; ~t and
until "anotherf boat'of >theirljrht(draft»cantbe se
cured ,Mt S is i e.xpected S that i,the « steamer- Golden
Gate will make .» round trip' evary. live, days, be-"
ginning? October >2d. 'v At ; present -there.; a re; two
steamers j operating* between * Portland : and-Tilla
mook-bay;points.ijTheyjare the, Golden Gate and
>he •; Elmore ; steamship >• company's ; ; bost."; Sue ; H.
;El more.- '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u0084• ..- \u25a0 ;:-•-.' ..---* -'>v i.- r --:.- :'\u25a0 :; ~i .'":\u25a0 \u25a0:.-'\u25a0
; -*».The i French i ship \u25a0 Thiers left '.\u25a0 for Astoria ! this
' morning. v.; It, Is conslarned >. to ;. Balf our. \u25a0 Guthrie . &
Co;;aridcarr>s a cargo of cement from. Antwerp."
• Ifj f» ; chartered i out s,for • wheat .; by "-the'; Portland
•.flooring! mills' company.*. .'; \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.. ;-v '. -
\u25a0?*\u25a0 ,Wlth 23.000 barrels of . flour to the . orient. 1 *h«
liner | Hercules." Captain % Vllhelms«n. > will | «nish
,at .thej Portland * flouring, mills and
'will proved' to ; Tongue point." where it-will : load
about;l.ooo.ooofeetiof lumber.. V w^fcg&EXS?
\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 Capta !n T..~ l B.'- ; Grunstad ' has succeeded ' Captain
J. \u25a0 M.'L Bertrand *' as , master ' of . the ; Union - bridge
ami lon -company's' steamer "Coaster.''.^.- ,
\u25a0'"•iL^de-n with 'l22. 7S7 boshels'of wheat valued at
. *1 07.400.-,:. the * British ship s Glenalvon. . Captain
King." has : left, for \u25a0 Queeustown. „:; '." j ' ' "j . ' r . -
'it* When Sit; sailed - ; this i afternoon for « San = Fran-
, Cisco '. and -: San (Pedro. \ the stefcner *• Rose 'i City.'
Captain | Mason, had \u25a0on board 401 passengers and
2,000 tons of ). freight. V :-: - ..: ; - : v
LOS\ ANGEI-ES. , Oct. , 24.— Arrived: • Steamer
Roanoke.'v- Portland; -* steamer .?, Melville • .. Dollar."
,Blalne:, Blalne : | sleamer I Marshfleld. '-; Hardy; creek ; steamy
er-,Francls H.-'l.cggett.' Eureka ;J : steamer 'Kx
ceisior.T;Mendocino City;; steamer Hanalei, San
Pranclscc^.v'- .-;'»ii'.' :-.i \u25a0;» :->•'\u25a0> :-j.: \;- : \u25a0' :\u25a0:/' \u25a0-: :\u25a0:'
:.'Sailed^-RtPamer'Roanoke: .'Sailed^-RtPamer'Roanoke. i San! Diego;", steam
er i Helen ' P.. Drewi' Greenwood;.steamer'Kather
ine.'Eureka.*;. '\u25a0.-\u25a0.*\u25a0"/" ; ;. '. ' JT ::;\u25a0\u25a0<?-•'. ;\u25a0:
ASTOBIA, Oct. 24.— British bark*, William T.
T>ewls * arrived '\u25a0 Sunday \u25a0 evening, -.. 19 ' days * from
Honolulu; In ballast. ,^,-< ; --ly -' .' \u25a0' -• •
\u25a0- British "ship., Glenalvon,* 5 with - cargo "for ' th«
.United • Kingflom. arrived » down -the river; today
and- will ; go to sea at the ; first • favorable \u25a0 oppor
tunity. -^ < , \u25a0*;\u25a0'..:.;\u25a0- --v.;'. -:.*„.;,.;•*'\u25a0.'\u25a0.- ..-::". , ;-';-
r :. A j wlrpless ? messag* il wa* recflveri % this \u25a0, after
noon \u25a0 from -the tank steamer J.": A. Cbanslor stat
,lng -that;,; lt: will arrive .Tuesday morning "from
San Francisco with -a- cargo of. oil. i \u25a0:•.'--:;:.,-:\u25a0 j. ,-»
- Schooner i W." r F.'f Jewett.' with a: cargo of ; lum
ber; for. Ran ; Pedro, iwaa towed' to the lower har
bor Sunday, afternoon/ but. has been unable .to -go
to ; »ca u on account i of the roujth'bar: '\u25a0--:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0 \u25a0 -.--\u25a0\u25a0>
- French ' bark : has finished discharging
fiOOicasks of cement at, theCallender .wharf and
was towed inpi the driver today;- \u25a0;. "\u25a0\u25a0-.• :/~ : ..',."•
H Stpamer George .W. • Elder arrived Sunday, even
ing j from < San Francisco and * San : Pedrp; < but '• an
.cbored In *; the lower , harbor,' until ' this morning.'
when Jt docked."'-^ \u25a0;\u25a0•>' - i -----..'-.-".--.; r .- v "-v • " : "'\u25a0 : - \u25a0 -.
. ' Steam ' schooner ' Washington ? arrived ! down , the
rivpr \u25a0 Sunday I woth a : pa»t > cargo of; lumber j and
will finish loading at the Knappton mill. .
- 'ABERDEEN, Oct. : 24.^-Steamer Doris, -which
a rri ved ; at ; HoquUm Sunday . from San Francisco."
Is th« only;arrival for, two days. The Doris will
load at'Hoqulam..::' '. ; ;;< -; -^- -v \u25a0•\u25a0>- \u25a0\u25a0>•"-. •-"•;
O. Barkentine] John. Palmer and - schooner 'Ameri
cana; are \ reported ; to have - railed' Friday.' ;. The
Palmer has. been. held at the lower harbor await
\u25a0 ing ?* \t ovoraUle bar." -" The', barkehttne > Jane - L.'
/Stanford. ; which jhas- been -delayed some time,' Is
/also reported : to have xot away -Saturday. \u0084 : .
-" Schooner . Fred : .7. Wood. : loading . at . Hoquiam
for Honolulu.. will finish this week. •' \u25a0 • ;
?/. Business on ? the. waiter, front is decidedly quiet.
\u25a0i* PORTLAND.' '\u25a0 i Oct.**- 24. v — Arrived — Steamer
, George \u25a0; - W-. Elder, - from . San ~ Pedro and way ;
. steamer "Argyll.* from San' Francisco. . •' ". : . .
? «rSalled-^-Steamei»« r Salled-^-Steamei» Eureka; for ; Eureka; steamer
Rose Clty.-.for Pan \u25a0Francisco; steamer Klamath,
for San:Frandsco. - . -v " • \u25a0 : - ; -
\u25a0:\u25a0"' TAOOMA, -\u25a0.. O".t. • 24:— Arrived— Steamer Charles
Nelson, 'from Everett. . ' : - .v. v \u25a0 >
- Sailed— British steamer Harfleur.' for • Seattle ;
British steamer Century,-, for -San Francisco.- ' -
Army Transport* \u25a0'\u25a0:"\u25a0 . :-'-:i:-'
:i The Biiford- la 1 , in port." -.-••: ,-.
;The ; Crook'is.at;ManUß. . • ,
'\u25a0"..\u25a0 The" Dlx. .bound'- f romiManlla for Seattle, ar
rived October: 9rar: Honolulu. ,-' :-'"C--:'
\u25a0Thel»j;«n'sallpd-Octob"er. 15. from Manila.;
' <\u25a0'. The Sherman,* outward \u25a0 bound, -\u25a0 sailed - October
14 from Honolulu, i ... . ; : \u25a0••.'..
' ThY Sherfdau Is- In port^ ' • ' :-' Sr t 1
"The Thomas .is •at Moore \ & Scott's shipyard
under 'repairs.'.' i :•\u25a0 t ."..;.; •\u25a0«•\u25a0,- . ,
:The Warren Is In the Philippines. \u0084 -.
StfIPPINGJNTELUGENCB
ARRIVED
\u25a0'\u25a0."\u25a0\u25a0 -, :<-i \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0t Monday.' Oct. 24; \u25a0
\u25a0'< 3:10 p. in.." hktn Gardiner City. Lund.', 10 flays
from Port Gamble; 570,000 feet lumber, to Pope
& Twlbot: . \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0}. : .: - "-. ; :\u25a0 - •-- - - \u25a0"-•\u25a0 - '-.- - ••\u25a0 - -,
.\u25a0-3:30 p. -m.. barge- Fresno.' Abemetly.". 13 daya
from ; Tree. Ala ski. ' via Port Angel? * 4 days;
•whale ; oil nnd •; fertUlwr to Barneson & Hlbberd
company,. Jntow;ru* Gollah. _\u0084-';-• \u25a0'--.' *
: - 7:30 p.m.. stmr Colonel E/L." Drake. Smith.
3 i days \u25a0. from Seattle; ballast jto Standard ° oil
company. < \ ..;/.-.- • -. . \u25a0 - \u0084 . .. - . \u25a0/
.7:50 p.-'m.. harire. Xinety-oneY, Monroe. . 3 days
from; Seattle: ballast to- Standard, oil company;
In tow gtmr Colonel EC* I* 1 Drake.' tip river direct; :
: '8:15 p.im.'.i*tmriDelNorte, Sanford. 51 hours
from San Pedro:, ballast to Hobbs.'-Wall *; Co."-;
• 5:20 . p. ; m.V ; stmr : Santa* Rosa ... Alexander. 41
hours i from > San Diego: ? passengers ; and -mercban
dis<>.to Pacific Coast steamship company. •\u25a0 -\u25a0 i
-<S: ai'tn.. i>tmr;G.'C.- I>indaner. \u25a0 Snndman. 65
hours from I Gray* ] Harbor; ; 475,000 1 feet lumber
to Wilson Bros. & Co. - ~ - : - -\u25a0\u25a0 v
.-• 7:10 !a. m.'.;»tmr ' State of " California. ; (JleTowj :
lTihours '• from j Eureka : * passengers \u25a0 and . merchan
dise to; Pacific Coa*t steamship company. \u25a0
:{4ia.* m:, stmr NannuSmith, Olsen.: 40<hoars
from * Coos ibay; lumber to C. A: Smltb. lumber
company/: up ; river. /- . - \u25a0.«\u25a0'-' ...
r <B:4o-a.';m..~BtTnr;BaTMjon." Rosenblad. 70 hours
from . Columbia rlrer; , 600,000 feet I lumber; to A.
P.'^Estabrook. -.- : \u25a0/. - . ." ; \u25a0• \u25a0__-. . • -'-\u25a0\u25a0.!
<: 8:30 a: m..":»tmr Swanson, 'ls hour* from-Fort
Brajrg:; 308,000 feet lumber" to Union lumber
company. 'Z". ''\u25a0-.- .-?,, \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*"'\u25a0: -i',' \u25a0•\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-, \u25a0 -•".\u25a0 \u25a0----\u25a0\u0084«-•- \u25a0
: 1:40 a. m.. Rtmr Tahoc.Olsen. 51^ hoars from
San Pedro; : ballast to Bowes <t Andrews. ; -:'-- ; ;
"- 3 C a. ; -. m.. Btmr » S«a i Foam. *' Hendrickson. : ; 14
hourt from Mendocino.irla- Point 'Arena ;H hoars; '
passengers and m»rchandiiie to C. H. Hissins. \u25a0\u25a0
-«\u25a0 •ll:a.;m.,'Kchr Monterey;- Kcllt, 13 houra'from
Monterey ; •\u2666 18.000 barrels oil -to Associated f oil
company,*- in 'tow 'tug Navigator.- 'f- 1 •'•--.-- .--'•. -;
''". 10:30 a. x m.. <bktn - Archer. - Parker,* ? : 10 -day*
from Rorhe ; harbor ; " ft.094 '•\u25a0 bbls ? Hm#. ; 1,200,000
shingles ito * Tacoma \u25a0 and * Roche < Harbor -; lumber
company.;'. - * . ; -~.:>.* v ;\u25a0•:!;
-* 11 :< a: \u25a0" m.'.'; «tmr ;G.; G. \T. ! Fenwlck. .< Miller.- 40
hours -from- -San '. Pedro; bajlast to < Hammond "
lumber, company." : "* \u25a0; . . - ;
.\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0..•:.-\u25a0....:\u25a0_...., ... \u25a0-:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 CLEARED v .\u25a0._.\u25a0"-" ---\u25a0\u25a0
\u25a0\u25a0-I \u25a0--'\u25a0\u25a0 .V- \ . , ' ; ', -Monday.' Oct.' 24. ;
- Stmr i Presld«nt, Couufnii.^SaniDiego^nd way
ports; Coast i steamship 'company. *>•» : *\u25a0• r\u25a0..?-.;r\u25a0..?
.; Br stmr. Bannoekburn, Dent, St. .Vincent; C>V:
; Strauss A: Co.'**--'- \u25a0-- w-V-' : ' ;; •' - "\u25a0--\u25a0. '\u25a0 ' '.'- '•-
;: Stmr' City of Panama.;- Holland... Ancon - and
way porU: -Pacific -Mall steamship "company. .<\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 7
Stmr " SfongoHa. 1 Morton.*' Hongkong . and \u25a0, way
. ports :i Pacific -Mail 'steamship company. -"''\u25a0s'• \u25a0="> -•-
W Stmr "Admiral i San\pson.' ; Bartlett, • San . Pedro; \u25a0
"Alaska-Piiciflc steamship \u25a0 company. :. •\u25a0.--• ;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0»;
f<t Stmr ! BiKkman,*? \u25a0Wilson, i Seattl*; ". Alaska-Fa
ciflr'gtesrashlpcompinj'. ..;-,;' '\u0084.<.%\u25a0 ;}; }
?« Stmr : City, of - Topeka. ;. G "clow. Eureka ; \u25a0 Pacific
Coast.- steamship '•company.-- • ': .- • '
nc-r-^'.v-'.-; \u25a0''-'-. -?-*:' SAILED • •'\u25a0.iit-'-V.-.. •\u25a0L*_-'~~p.l
.\u25a0.."-.\u25a0•-".;.:\u25a0\u25a0...:\u25a0:<\u25a0\u25a0? <-r>~~,>.^^'---^ronday. 4Oct."-24.^4 Oct."- 24.^ i
• 2p. m.,' stmr Burkman. : .TTll»on.- Seattle, -^i,; ,'.
\u25a0 4:15 p. ni.. stmr President, Cousins, sau Diego
' and ! *ay ' ports. \u25a0-:-;\u25a0 -.^ !j;:;v--'.'-.'! j ;:; v --'.'-.' -'/.-;.- \u25a0 -"• ... ,
j§r>:3o p:.'in.. stmr, Sag,inair.*Walrfgv; Portland. --J
: - '. 2:30 p.; m.% stmr Samoa. Madsenv Caspar. -\u25a0:;\u25a0 * \u25a0
;; 7:15 p.m.. sttnr.HedoadQ. Han sen. Coos hay.
' 10:30 a..m.,-gtmr Admiral, Sampson, Bartlett,
SainPedfo.'. -\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 " \u25a0':-> >•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :\u25a0 \u25a0<- + \u25a0\u25a0-'-. \u25a0-/\u25a0'r-- 1 -..:
, ". O :S0 a: ; m.. • »tmr - Bear. 1 -Nopander,* San "\u25a0 Pedro;
•-• 1 1 :40 i».j tn:.~i stmr; Willapa, ... Johnson,. Grays
harbor. \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0'' •\u25a0..\u25a0-•---\u25a0•-:\u25a0-•••\u25a0;-.\u25a0.. i-^+, ,- 's ;-, ... \u25a0:;;>\u25a0;-;\u25a0\u25a0 ; !\u25a0;
, v,< ' - WEATHER REPORTS ;-; ,T
\u25a0 POINT s LOBOS. -: Oct. i 24. S3 : p. i m.— Weather i
haiy^wlnd west:\ Telocity six jinlles per^hoar.^
=.-:; TATOOSH, r :Occ-,24^5 p. i m.~Weath*r. cloudy;
wind sonthw#«t."- velocity 15 miles per ho«r.; - -\u0084-•
sn POINT i LOBOS., Oct. n 24., v 9 < a. v ml— Weather
foggy ; a wind i northeast, i Telocity.- four i miles \u25a0 per "
hour. «^ <•'\u25a0; \u25a0.-.-.-.. -.-:\u25a0»\u25a0 -v;.'.-. \u25a0\u25a0.'.-•; .-.:-v:. • l " ; ';.- ': - \u25a0<-\u25a0":\u25a0\u25a0- -f> :
'^t POINT ;-; r^>BOS, H OctX 24.X? 12 «" mJ— Weather .
f osrgy : * wind ' west. ; Telocity f o«r ., mil«a per | boor.' i
.' PO INT it REYES, :. Oct." 24. 9? a . v m.— Weather \u25a0-
clear :. wind ;north, velocity 12 \ miles ' per, honr.*:A -
.rt-.TATOOSH3 Oct.? 24,^ 9 » s.vJ m.—Raininj; ? wind
southWKt.aTetoclty/ 42 1 miles ;p#r. hour, r •: .\u25a0 '•
FARALLOXEB.^Oct. s>- 24, v9 1 •-.-> m.-. Weather :
clear; w!nd; north.' Telocity, 16 miles per hour. . v*
'\u25a0:; -x;.::^'^"- TELEGRAPHIC ?;;':/-';.:.;. 'J'^; I
POINT ; LOBOS *Oer.-> 24.^ 10 :*p". ' ;^^in.— Weather J
>aiy;; .wind ; northwest,' > Telocity J lO - : miles •? per ,
r honr. '-.'"*•\u25a0 .\u25a0•.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0.*''\u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0'?- *t-".:-r \u25a0•\u25a0-.-.•\u25a0 ; Ti-~ *-,* .
:v>, :,.-, : ,-" * .--,. :--\u25a0-.-\u25a0;:-. ; DOME8TIC ;\u25a0\u25a0 PORTS :\u25a0: \u25a0•- ; <f "\u25a0- -• ;:^ ! c .'
'ICOOS BAT-r-Sailed Oct. 24— Stmr 51. F. Plant,
'for %hh Francisco. >-'->i4-;,;.f-;>?..? : .":-.^ \u25a0;/-\u25a0'"-\u25a0--".\u25a0\u25a0 ! ; \u25a0;
-Arrived Oct. 24^Power schr ; Washcalore. from •-:
( Band«n.- : A' i>'-'-~'''i >'-'-~''' ; * i ?.? : -->''-*-- '-' '--- --.\u25a0 '\u25a0"""\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-*\u25a0"-'\u25a0- --Ks 1
SOUTH ;<BEND-^Arr!ved.-Oot."^ 24. 2 p. m.— <
; Stmr Grays < Harbor ,'v hence '\u25a0 Oct.* 21 : = * -k : -\u25a0-«,' -.-: ,-.
CRESCENT, ClTY— TonailOct. : 24.-— p.m.— >
• Stmr Mandalay.'ifor San Prandaco.r; , :.:.;•-,\u25a0 - :>\u25a0 X
P---PORT* CRESCENT— Paused Inward .Oct. ~ 24. ;
2:20 1 p.f m.J-Stmr ; Fair,, Oaks. \u25a0 hence t Oct."; 2o ; for J
sETerett.''.-r.'v-- l .r;- *^:^Z ! K-:;^ : r- "-* ;L7*-^.^'.'W-- ;
?l; PORTJiAND— ArrlTed »' Oct. 24,; 3 " p. v m.— Stmr J
I George iWfl BMer.% hence Oct. ; 21; t Alii 0^ K. a ? I
', TACOMA— ArriTed 5 Oct.' 5 24-r-Br ! strar' Century, !
i j from i Comox : \u25a0 Br^ stmr I British i Columbia, from
; Victoria."? B.* C. ; * Ktmr > Zapora,*} from = crnise ; \u25a0 attar 3
iYosemite^from Seattle. -'--.-.- - j
•^ Sail«><l. Ort. 24^Jap stmr Panama -Mara j and <
: Br ' »tmr 5 Harflenr ."l for; Seattle"; »" stmr.* Zapora, i toe <
icrnise. \u0084-.". - . ••-. -/ ,
m REDONDO S BEACH— Arrived Oct. 24— Stmrs J
:Sbna'Yak:«nd Katherine.nfrom San ! Pedro/> ; '
Sailed I Oct/1 24—Stmr j Irof •rd.'f foe, S«a I Fran-" ,
"clsoo \u25a0 :'.„-',,.-, .- . J
VEXTCKA— ArrlrerKOct.«23.:— -p. m.— Stmr ,
\u25a0 SanUacinto; hence- 0ct.* 22.1 ;-.^-- > - r i; J
\u25a0 P,AXDON-^SB.nedSOct.v24- r Stmr M Fifield.S for ,
iSan^Francisro. t • - f '
ABERDEEN— Arriv*dH Oct.g 24-^-Stmr i^Weat- J
fwtJMfd hence Oct.*| 2o-f Oct.l 22— Schr, 1 Roy, Somers* 3
henre Oft." .*>.,•• ' , .''-.;
*?- •W'ESTPORT^BtTbonnd! Oct.ii 24— Scbr., Atneri- <
cana;yfor'BydntT;riPSfiFfe<JfJ.i i Woo<l. tlforjHoßO't IforjHoßO' I
i lnlu :^ bktn Jan* sliftßtanford.i for ! Brisban*^* \u25a0&% .<
TORT SAN Sailed wOet^l 24^ 10:30 •
, ,-fny Ssn? FrajJcisPo;s,T •
a . -'; in .."5 hkt n i Ful lerton; 1 f or J Saal Francisco,-* In ; tow <
:tug*l»efiance." - - * /.
& Sailed eOct;i24HT|a?fm^-Ti!Sf Beflanre.'wlth |
,tkta l Funertoaiin l tow,*rtor « San t rraocUco; | lS'.ZO %
p. m. . ; stmr - Wbittier.' : for* San ' Frane!«co. '
* -.Arrived v Oct.. 24. 7 a.' m.— Stmr Washtenaw,
from 1 iTrrin TTtrarßaTß||Wgll||BWroiil|iMiiil IM[ DiiN
x/EAST- SA^ PEDRO^-Arrlved - Oct. ; 24. R:3O,
a.- tn.— Stmr: Francis : H. - I/eggett. from Eureka,
-j* GAVIOTA— SaiIed Oct. 22. 1 p. m.— Ship Falls
of Clyde.v for ' Honolulu. ./- - ,
". :; ElTßEKA— Arrived -\u25a0 0ct. ; ; 24.S 6 f a. - m.— Stmr
"North " Fork . X hence '< Oct.^i 22: i strar T I aqua . • hence
Ocf.j22:iStrar,BavalH.t hence; Oct.- 22; atmrrAn
relU: \u25a0 hence Oct. 22; 1 stror Vanguard, hence Oft.
22: sfmrPrentiss.: hence' O<»t.. 22;;11 a. : ; m..'
stmr J. J. Toggle. , bence ; Oct.- 22. % • z~ - j
Arrived 'c Oct. - 34, ? 4 - p. - m.— Stmr Northlsnd.
hence Oct. 23.: - \u25a0 ' '- \u25a0- - ,-, --
-Sailed Oct." 24. 2 p..m.— Stmr Santa Clara, for
San-Franclsro.' . ;^yjgw^}»aiSg«fea|jßJa>wwmattf
:. TATOOSH — In Oct." 23. •4:Wp. m; — Stmr- Y«
semite..henr* 0ct." 20 for Seattle. \u25a0 o<t. 24. ; 1t :50
a; r0.." stmr JAsoacionv : henre Oct.': 21 i for. Seattle :
12:30; p- m;,« stmr: Governor,^ hence • Oct." S3 for
Seattle. •'\u0084: -c •.-',;,•. :-....- .\u25a0;
- SEATTLB-^Arrlred Oct. 24. S s. m.— Stmr
Tow»mite.'« hencef Oct.' 2*>:«stmr Alameda.- from
Valde*;- 10 a. m., stmr Missourian,- bence
Oct. .21; .. : . - v.- l r . - .-; - - ' \- \u25a0
\u25a0Sailed? Oct. 24,2. p;:m.— Stmr -Yosemite. for
Tacomar.y-:' s < \u25a0\u25a0 .- »
;. Tn arrrr* Oct. -24— Stmr rmatllla. from N*m».'
i ASTORIA— Arrived ;Oct. 23— Br ship 5 WlllMm
T.-T/ewls.tfroni .Kahnlul."- '-'- : . \u25a0<
POINT £ BEYESf-Passed i Oct. 24.' ,10 ; a. m.—
Stmr, Roma. "from -San Pedro.*. for Portland.'
i< Passed south Oct. 24^4:20 p.- ml— Rtmr Colonel
E.L.! Drake, with barjr* Nrnety-one In tow," from
Sea ttle.v for -San Francisco. \u25a0•••--- « " .•
Passed south Oct. 24— Tug Gollah. with b»r«»
Fresno \u25a0•: Inj tow. j from : Port • Angelen. - for . San
Francisco : - 1 1 :45 ' a."5 m. ; v power x nchr \u25a0 Mary " C,'
from . Fort : Boas. < for San \u25a0 Fr*nc;sco. .\u25a0-\u25a0-. . - .
\u25a0-- SAN ' PEDRO— Passed Oct. 24, 10 a. m.— Stmr
Melville \u25a0\u25a0 Dollar.xfrom > Tacoma.
BELLIXGHASf— Arrived ' Oct. 23— Schr a Reso
lute."-from Levuka.*-- .*. ; -\u25a0\u25a0•'- -
; CORDOVA— .Arrived ; Oct. ' 21. », p. m.— Stmr
Portlands from \u25a0- Valde*.'- for : Seattle.
k SK AG WAY— Arrived ' Oct. > 2p, <\u25a0 5 p. m. — Stmr
Jefferson. -from Seattle.'- • \u25a0• * " • -. .- ' -\u25a0 -, /
Sailed Oct. '. 23, 8 p.' m.— Stmr Jefferson, . for
Seattl*.r--...;r.*,---v ~- = : . _ ' "••'•' v:--; \u25a0 "
-KETCHIKAN— Arrived' Oct.. 23— Stmr : Edith,
from, Skagway. 1 for Seattle.,* \u25a0'""
' XEAH -a. BAY— Passed : inward , Oct. 24— Sclir
Gamble,; for San Francisco, retnrnlng.- -
r; \u25a0'.'\u25a0 PORTS
HOXOLFLC— Arrived Oct.* 24-^-Stmr Mexican,
from Tacoma.* ' 'oii'\i*r<m\<\msjmTm»ijmiSMMXM
\u25a0\u25a0At*z<tv* POBTS '\u25a0'\u25a0..^'-:.
.-NEW YORK— Arrived Oct.- 23— Stmr Alliance,
from • i Colon; stmr \u25a0- Californlan, from i Puerto
Mexico, "^.-'i \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0_ ..1 . \u0084- -•'..-\u25a0.- - ,--- -.«-- -\u25a0
> -i Sailed Oct. , 23— Stmr, k Panama, for \u25a0• Colon ;
stmr • Oregonian. for Puerto Mexico- - •
. - . PORTS .
v VANCOUVER— Arrived - Oct. 24. 9 a. m.— Br
stmr^Red Hfll.*< from Seattle. - r. -
" -SANTA ROSALIA— SaiIed Oct. 16— Fr stmr
.Amiral Hameltn. for Havre, etc. \u25a0 ~- .
m PANAMA-i-Sailed , Oct. 2S— Stmr Pennsylvania?
for ; San Francisco." : Oct. ; 23— Stmr Stanley Dol
.lar. for Sans Franclsro.- . -
HAMBTTRGr-SalledOct., 6— Br ship Galgate,
for San Francisco.
\u25a0 SYDNEY— SaiIed Oct. I— Fr . batk Mozley. for
San - Francisco. .:/ - - .
.V : GUAYAQUIL— In port Sept." 13— Br ship Ken,
slnsrton.^for Townsen<l. \u25a0•* \u25a0 . ..!.'- :-T ,i
-ST. LUClA— Sailed Oct. 24— Stmr Yale, for
San *Francl«co; • stmr I Harvard,'- for i Ban .Pedro.
MAZATXAN — Arrived \u25a0 Oct.- 21 — Stmr Curacao,
from Guaymas. \u25a0 . : .
i Sailed Oct. -21— Stmr Curacao. ' for \u25a0 San Fran
cisco. Oct. 3--Ger bark Ellerbek. for Guaymas.
Oct. 22— Br: stmr Strathspey, for" Pucet sound.
gUEENSTOWN— Arrived Sept. Z>— Br ship
Brablorb. from -Portland. .Ore. -.- '- . ' \u25a0 ;\u25a0 \u25a0
CALLAO— Arrived Sept. • 24— Bktn Amaranth,
from Raymond. - L«wt l ***^^ I J r # I **iP-* ;; V;>T.<X.*=" <
- NEWCASTT,E.v Aus.— Sailed Oct. 22— Nor stmr
Aatr-jt. for San Francisco.
* YOKOHAMA— Arrived Oct. \u25a0'22— Jap stmr
Chlyo Mam. hence Oct. 6, via, Honolulu.
HI SINGAPORE— Arrived' prior to r Oct., 21— Br
stmr Crewe Hall.' from Cape Towni
- KOBE — Arrived Oct. ' 22 — Br'stmr. Aymeric,
fromOrejron. \u25a0 . \u25a0 •
Sailed Oct. 10— Fr stmr. Amiral Exelmans, for
San Francisco. . ' - .
•; PORT SAlD— Arrived' Oct. 24— Fr . stmr Ami
ral - Fonrlchon, fron» Antwerp, for San : Fran
clsro. '.-"iaig %T(gßGfrTig!B&i&Bsssf&gßtgi
.MOJl— Arrived Oct.. 24-^-Br stmr Belle of
Scotland.' from Hankow.. .
i GIBRALTAR— PasseiI Oct. 24— P.rstmr Belle
rophon. "from Tacoma. for -Liverpool. . • '
* MALTA — Arrived Oct." 22 — Br stmr St. George,
from Manila, for New York.' -^'•^nBBIi
' OCEAN STEAMERS
fcONDON — Arrived: Oct. 24-^-Stmr .Mlnnetonka,
from New York." •-•""\u25a0 ' * .-
YOKOHAMA— Arrived * Oct. , 24— Stmr Antllo
chus. from Tacoma, Seattle and Vancouver, . for
•LlverDool. • \u25a0 :\u25a0-.\u25a0! . . \u25a0 :: . . •
- CHERBOtlEG— Sailed Oct. ; 23 — Stmr Grosser
Kerfurst.:,ffor New York. =Oct.v2t — StmrKais-'
erin Ausruate Victoria, for N»w York. -
'.- BOULOGNE — Sailed Oct. 22— Stmr .Xiew Am-
Bterdam.for New»-York. i \u25a0" *
HAVRE— Sailed -. Oct. " 22— Stmr Florida, for
Js>w York.. ,'\u25a0'- :J .
- BOSTON — Arrived Oct. 24 — Stmr Canoplc, from
Genoa and Naples. : ..•* • . . ».v .
'• KOBE — Oct. 22 — Arrived— Stmr Aymeric, from
-Seattle.--'- --- ,-'\u25a0 . -:.\u25a0 \u25a0 : \u25a0— \u25a0
AUCKLAND-^Arrtred ' Oct. 23— Stmr Toklo
Maru. = from ' Montreal.. -
a PORT SAlD— Arrived Oct. 24— Stmr . Admiral
Fourlchon. from. Antwerp, for San Francisco.. . ;
* MoJl— Arrived Oct. 24— Stmr B»Ue of -Scat*
land, from Shanghai,. for. Portland. Ore.
. DOVER— Arrived Oct.' • 24— Stmr. Kroonland.
from New -York.'-" : .\u25a0 " ' '- - ;
NEW t YORK— Arrived Oct.- 24-43 tmr Minne
waska,: from.' London;' stmr, Vaderland, from
An twerp- •^*^'*giWW%»MliWfl3wqg'»<Mßßgqg^£
. , PLYMOUTH— Arrived Oct. 24— Stmr JKron
prlnressln' Ceclller* from New York, for > Bremen.
"HAMBURG— Arrived Oct." 22— Stmr . Bluecbtfr,
from -New: York.;;- • .- • ' ' \u25a0 ; - ; \u25a0 , :; \u25a0
"\u25a0' Sailed Oct.t: 23— Stmr Pennsylvania, : for i Xew
'Yorkr - : -- \u25a0 •;--• ' • -' .- --.;.. :
\u25a0'\u25a0 GLASGOW— Arrived Oct. • 23— Stmr Columbia.
fTmri'New York.--- \u25a0 .. .'\u25a0 "\u25a0 : '
CHRISTIANBAND— Arrived Oct. 23— Stmr Oa^
car lTl.' from»New«York.;for Conenbasen. " \u25a0
£#. LIVERPOOL— Arrived Oct. ' 23— Stmr Cedrlc,
from New TTork, via ' Queenstown/
Memoranda
r-"' Power ! achr= Newark later. was towed to Hna
; ters - point flat* : by \ flre tug s Dennis \T. - Sullivan
and pumped full of water: lire extinguished.
X:' Per . etmr : Santa : Bosa — Oct. , 24. -, IS miles -, RW
of ;. Pigeon \u25a0 point, \u25a0 saw ." a bari ; steering for - San
Franciaco. \u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0 -, \u25a0 , -. " .
*\u25a0 -William * Brown, one of the crew from th»
Bri ship Chtltonford.* anchored off Me!s«s
jumped overboard from : the r stern of the vessel.
Second Mate. Hay» and two of the crew 10-werrd
• h \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 boat ; and i picked him . npiv , He tw«s taken *on
board again. No -cause can be - given for him
JumDins* nverboa rd^fWO^gßWM^pwtfn«gtW>PWßMl
• WASHINGTON. »O<"t. 24. — Srhr Kebeeca
Palmer. * bound . from i ßrunawlek, Me., "for New
-Tork. "was picked ;«p by.U. 1 S. (revenue cutter
-Yamacraw off, Georgia ; coa.«t with loss of rudder
and leaking badly, r The -. Rebecca Palmer is . a
live f masted, schooner. "•\u25a0>•'"\u25a0—' : ,
T.ONnoN, Ot. 6. — Car»o of the Br shin Brab
loch.. from /Portland: , Ore.'. ? which 'arrived at
Queenstown Sept. 29 for orders.; shifted on Jnne
14 ; In . lat : 33", south. '•, lonjj; 120 ; west, and - all lee
gear "wass washed, overboard. \u25a0 In heavy "pales,'
experienced when tnilat 53. 500 th. lon* s>2, west,
cargo again. shifted* and a sea struck the vessel,
doing slight deck damage.
SEWS; OP.THB-OCBAX
1 ';\u25a0.- : ; :,^ :.•\u25a0\u25a0"
\ • steamer ; sailed J for, Sallna* Cms
Sunday Trith cargo ladembere and at other c«ast
: ports. «msl<n>ed ? to Xew York 'and, to Kurop«sn
conntries Tia the T^hnantepw railroad.*Tb« cargo
laden here was Talued at *2«2.fi52. th» dlstribu
tloo Via- the Tehnantepec ; railroad.* The • cargo
244-FTenre." $77.R4Ti' Germany. 136.61 ft: Belgium.
*17.879: -Denmark. • 03.707:. Sweden. ; s92s:. Italy ;
$800; '\u25a0 Holland; $sSo; ; Merles '-. $261. v.The prtnei
pnt - shipments > and their destinations were -as
follows: v- -«\u25a0.'•\u25a0..". '\u25a0*--..."". '--\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0': ~. ' '"\u25a0
' ;To New Y0rk— 133,583 pals and 2t c« wine. 376
'rals • brandy. - 500 cs - salmon. 29.375 lbs < pnjne.o.
89.C64 lb« nots. 11 6,<W3 \ lbs hop*. 1 ' 9.332 e« rann^d
if cods. 1 148.6R0 - lbs beans, S rolls duck, 2,723 lbs
tobacco,- 93.589 r 1b« • wool. :\ i-^i -^ :- -. - ' - *-? ,'-- * \u25a0'£ .
•rs.To,rraneA— l.lß7.96S lb« prunes. 140 cs canned
frnlt,"24O.llw:nut». \u25a0;•""-*,-\u25a0•- - : ' v " - : - -
=;-"»» Germany-^-152.047 \bn dried frnit. I.OCO lbs
raisins.' 6.360 \u25a0 lbn < Tanilla : beans.
-<T* Belgium— 274.sl3: lbs dried fruit.
JiTo'Denmark-^-49.500 lbs prune*.
\u25a0 •To Sweden— *.23O lbs prunes. 5^500 lbj'ralsias.
>f.To Italr— «.2W lbs pmne«. j"
:>: >,T, To -Holland-75.500 lbs. dried •frnitJ. ."„". ;
i" The > iteann»r - also : had ia ; canto «n ' ronte I from
Honolulu j and -. from i Pnicet " »onnd ito -. New .Tork."
\u25bcalned -at v 541.166. :5 and H JIOS.aoS \u25a0\u25a0 respectively.
The \u25a0•• cargo"' for - Eorope ; incloded 1 540 1 m Phoney,"
valued at . $3,156, laden ; at ; Honolulu ". for - Ham
burs. - \u25a0"-.'-:-- .-":-.-;:\u25a0. '^f.-' \u25a0.;-\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 ; '' >
f^hipraeat of.Oll
• •" Thi» • ITritls'i tank ; stpam«r.' Ob»ron • sailed . from
Port i San ; Ln's ; f or r Ancon ; on i Saturday 5 with ' 45,
| 000 barrels of crud# oH;;ralae4 at 527,000."- ;-•"•-»
i'V-'i!s-""' -ißarl-^y^'Carrler.-'Clearn '..
: .v.. v . Th»> ! British ; »t*«in*r \u25a0 Maunockburh ;«« cleared
for I St.-a Vincent Ifor j orders ) yMterday I with , 148.- ,
9«!0 \u25a0 centals |of ; barley.' valnw! Jat J 1173.759. s and
1 80,000 * tett of ' lumber 'as dunaarf ; valued : a:
\u25a0WD;-:<-.-~ \u25a0:\u25a0'-._ \u25a0-.•;•>.•\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0:>'\u25a0 .--' '--Hj
•|" r;V;. : . :';-;: Tonnaser^^ainKenienta; . -
' * .' The £ British t ship Clintonf ord 5 1» i «*hartf red - for
barley, from" her* -to Knr*»pe*at\23i«.^: If .to Ja
directTport ; WJlesn.tandvthie^Freiwh :bark-G«n- !
eral j Ftidherb* lis <*n?a j:»d " for i the , same • business •
and S.Toya«* ,<i at 4 23a * Odrj Both -- were ; chartered "
prior, to arrlTsl. ;• -"" . - ';
t4Th«'followirnr;lurohpr^ch»ters w»re . annonncfd '
T<Hiterday:SlTh#E3eciK)onpri AlomnarJon'i Puget *
soond.f from 1 Grays " Harbor S to ' • « direct * dl traf
; : t»ort -j at if 41 s f 2«1 : •\u25a0-; schooner £. Resolute.** on ."< Pujr»t -
soHDd.v thenc» <to t Fiji i islands: l Brltinb i steamer *.
I]ferd.ionir»u«:etsirotin<m Hastings Mills -to Syd
, ney.'i chartered; prior; to 'arriral.-, . ' •;.\u25a0— ";
- - -•Xo<lr*!tV^MslTrine'rii:::.'-.V." : '.-..:--oi '
* a Humboldt. bbarr r eßtraiw^Cal-'-^Xof !<•»•, js hfr^bj J
Ittteu that|s<»rtb : Splt;Bnor."S 3, \u25a0 a black first, flaw
c»n,*» flisappe«r*«l t (Vtob«»r i 22. v 1910.' • it s will tN» ,
replaced f as : soon ; as \ practicable.'--; Ll*t •of - Buoys. :'
etc.-;*! Pacific ? Coast." VllXW.»p.^'3S.* "-By^erder.of ; '
the-bnreau>of 'HjhthousMi: ; , •': ? -^-- i *i : -«» -' -\u25a0 ' " "'
T' -"v'V '?'\u25a0 '•'\u25a0 :i " \u25a0"'-\u25a0^ \u25a0 '-"A": ; MOFFETT. '\u25a0 . ;"-
Lieutenant ; Commander.- t;.-;S.t>t.. ;
,' '\u25a0',-"" - \u25a0\u25a0 r \u25a0 • \u25a0 . Inspector. -'\u0084
''\u25a0•-•- '"" •- ---- '
WEDNESDAY. 1 .;., .0CT08ER 2«. AT'll-'A. 31.
At J.^ B/- nORAN'S j SALESYABD3. ' *
> Tenth anrt Bryant Streets.
i.lOO'head 'sMaren .and Geldinjt*. '•; weight _ from i
1.100«toil,300:--3i> head :are unbreke. 40 head
are jrentle. - broke single" and double. **" These ar<»
the low.ibtocky ;bnilt." heavy boned horses, from
Utah: *acl»: as / every <me- knows are the besc
horses ; that ; come \u25a0 t«> '- Saß Francisco. . . '• j '--?
; W> will; also offer, at; the «am« time 10 bead •
«f Horseshoe : Bar. brand of -Marei and GeMinza.
broke, donble. weight J.OOO to 1.4W lbs., and one
carload ofMnlen broken." weight 000 to 1,200 lbs. .
Stock 'on exhibits at Uoran'* Tuesday; October
23. Sales Wednesday." 2«,' at 11 a. m. .
E. STEWART & CO.. Auctioneers.
a
Thursday^ Oct. 27, at 11 a. m.
. A CAR OF : HORSES, MARKS AXD MCII3 .'
of the 'same fon«fpiment itb sold* last Thursday
win be Nil Thursday. October 27. at 11 a. m..
205 and 209 : VaJeBcia st. \Wc win sell fn>tn 1
to, 2, carload* of " the. «am» stock every, week.
Ttl«i/con«iznsjent consists of 300 broke and 200 \u25a0
unbrftke hor»es and Bnr»!>. W*» will continue to - vs(
sell them nntll we elo*e th^m out. - vT«» will ;
also *ell 40 h*ad of rhesp rsnch stock, wji son* \u25a0»»-»
and hamesis ©f all kind*. - OttsSde ' stock sold oo ~-
commission. Phone Park 2723. ' . k v;' J
CT.OUGH?* BRODIK. . Auctioneer*.
AUCTION SALE Jfe *
foesdaj, October 25, 1910, }l
At 11 n. rn.
* A eon»lffnnient from Mendoclno county, con-
*l.«tlnr of 42 head of horses and mare*, weljfhlnc "• *,'
from JHV) to .1,400. broke and uabroke: also bar-
ness and riffs. Outslrte horses sold on commis-
sion. . Mission sale «tab!<\ 4SO Yalenrfa st.
near 15th. n. COHEN. Anctloaeer.
1*53? HORSES, MARES, QORSES :
"•" • I ' have authorizes Odctl *\u25a0 Ftenher to ' sell at .• . „
public auction my livestock TUESDAY,- Oct. 25. -v
11 a. m.. 227 Sth st. cor. AUce. Oakland. Sate ,«\u25a0
takes place, rain or 'shine. A. NELSON.
£j3v AT AUCTION £x*
' Yon can bny ;' I .' to' a•- carload of - all purpose *
Florses and Mares, at your otrn price. Also
Wajtonji and Harness. Horses delivered to trains •
and boats free of charge. Don't forjret Wertneft-
day. October 26.. 11 a. tn. 5«5 4th st.. Oakland.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
.J. A. Hleronfmus to Adolph G. Hieronimu!",
lot nt SW corner of Greenwich and Scott streets.
S <W:O by. W. 122:4.
Same to' same, lot in N line of Union street,
25 E of Baker. B 25 by N 100: $10.
Mat iU!s McQu»*n to John McQueen, lot la E
line of Twenty-third avenue, 123 S of X street,
S so by c 12O; $io. . *\u25a0 -v-.
. Frank \u25a0A. Schlvo and wlfp •to Pauline Wei»e»
lot 3. blork-6. Holly Par* tract: $10.
James Scott to Mary G. Scott, lor inW tine
\u25a0ot > Twenty-seventh sivenu<*. 95 S of California
street. S 2"> by W 12O; Btft.
Hannah McDonald to Ann Elizabeth Schroed^r.
lot in S line of Nineteenth street. SO3 W of San
chez. W23by R 114: ?10. ~
John M.* : McCarthy an«t wife to William
Sehroeder and, wife, lot in Sline of Nineteenth
street. 305 W of Sanchez, W 25 by S It 4: $1.
-'-\u25a05 Abraham -C Freeman et- al. to Herbert W.
Leonard, lot In E line of Twenty- fifth avenue.
C9:G S of B Rtreet. S SO by E 120: $I.4«V>.
Crocker estate company to F. C Lnckenbach
and wife, lot 18. block D. addition to Castro
street addition and Glen Park trrrace: *io.
Heal Estate and Development company to Wil
liam H. Koesel'and wife, lot In N line of Twen
ty-third street, 50 E of Carolina. E 25 by N 100;
grant. . • \u25a0 \u25a0•
Georse M. Ferry anit wif»» to Betty Marshall.
lot iw.N liuc of Clement street. 32:« W of Twen
ty-Bfth avenue. W 25 by N 100: $10.
Lino; Brba.tc» Rachel Brisa. lot in S line of
Vallelo street, 01:6 W ot Kearoy. W 20 by S
60: $io.'
i „ Crocker estate company to Joseph F. Chandler,
lot IS. Mwk n. addition to Castro street addi
tion and, Glen Park terrace: $10. -
J Klva Goortfriend-to Joseph Peer", lot In N Itn*
of Twenty-fonrtli street. 270 W of. Castro. W 25
by N 114: *10. . .
- Crocker estate crwnpany to Ivuln de Yore. lot'
It. block B. additions to Castro street a«ldltlon.
Glen Park terrace: $10.- -
Fernando Nelson and wife to John Sllovlcb. lot
In. W line of Fourth avenue, 125 N ot C street.
N 25 by W120: SlO. . '
- Bay \u25a0 SV>r» bnlMia? company to Fred Gorhla,
and wife, lota -10 and 44, block 39. Rels Junction:
grant. . "
-, Tho McCarthy compan-r to T. E. Jackson, lot
32. block D, I4tkeview; ?10. ,
- James 31. \u25a0 Dnnnin? to Mary Dnanlnir. lot »t
SE corner ofMarinosa ami Arkansas streets. ,S
102:« by E 75; jrift. '
William John O'Day to Mary Dunning, same;
?io. \u25a0 ; --. - \u25a0 c \u25a0 •
i Margaret McKenzie to Ann H. Tower, lot In
! X , line of Forty- fourth avenue. 50 N of W
i street, . F 25 by E^2:6: $10. ,
i Mary T. .Wiseman to Caesar Serrar>, lot in X
; line of Victoria street. 100 X of Stanley, X sV>
iby-E-10o>r-slo. :-.
' -;Mary Teresa Wiseman to> John P.' Mnrra.r. \u25a0" lot
in E line of Victoria, street. 100 N of Stanley. N
50 by E 100: $10. ; -
John - I*.' Benwell and wife to Charle* Lork«
Paddon. NE corner lot 1765. jlft map 3,-^W 25 by
N 5: SlO. .
2 Charles Locke Paddon to Locfce-Fadtlon com
pany,' XE corner lot 17G5, gift map 3,*W 23 by
X 5: 510.
'Hermann H. Borchers «n<l wlf<^ to - Samoel
Mann. ; lot at SW corner of Forty-eieoth avenue
and X street. ,W SO by S 62:6: 51.500.
1.-eopoid TTelnstein . an4 '\u25a0 wife- to Uomesteait
'rpalty company, lot In SE'lint* of Vienna street.
525 :NE of Imila avenue NE 50 by SE" 100. and
two other pieces; $10. -•'-"'
Crocker estate company to William Watt» k
lot 4. block 18. additions to Castro street ad
dition to Glen Park t»rrace; $10.
- P. H. H- Maas to Elizabeth X. M. Gllssman.
lot In' E line of Steiner street. 4S S of. Waller.
S 24 by E 81:3: $400.
-John L. ,Willlsms and wife ti> Clyde H. Stan
ton." lot In N Une of \u25a0 Valley street. 255 E of
Castro. E 25 by X 114: $10.
1 John F. EsKPrt to Charlotte F. Ecjert. I"t In
S line of Pine street, 250 W of Bnxterick.'.-Tt" 25
by S 137:«: sift. . . %
- E/iB. WlUard: and wife to Alice WiUaitJ. lots
4 and; 3." block -IS!*.- South 5Un Francls«^» home
stead >• and railroad association, and - four : other
lots: «10. . ;
Delia Moffltt et aI. to James Moffttt estate
company. • half of ' Tot in - N Hn» ot - Sacramento
street. SO E'of -Leideswlorff.' E 55:6. X sf»:£. W
30:6. X 5J>:». W 25. S 119:«. and half of
other, pfeeps;. slo. .. .~;V4h
' Harry A. Ch.-»lm»rs \u25a0to Georre E. - Whltmnre,.
lot 4 "block n.-rMfaalon Street land company: SIO.
-John'A. Mulltn and wife to G.M*Chr!"t»n«on.
l«t In X line of Forty-seventh avenue. '250 S of
II street. S 75 by E 120; Sin.
Emma F. Nijthiinsale to Wlnthrop J. FirtcM.
lot in SW line of Hariet street, 102 XW of
Folsom, XW 23 by SW 75; $10.
Bnlldlsc I Contract*
C. an<i Ann* Ijilanne > with G-orjre l^atoaet
and A.* Davis — Addition of a basement flat. to a
two' atory 'and bavment 'frame flat -bnitdtns: In
S line of 'Vra«hlnston street. 110 E ot Jtason. E
27:« by S 107:6: 11.650.
. . Scott J& ;«Tan Ar«rtale company with • Teterson
>Nel»on' company-— Excavation. - concrete.- *teel.
•idewalk lights, 'for .balldins "at- S.- corner «f
Mission and Jlary streets. SW 37:8 by SE 160;
$c,soe.- -. .r;.:.-; -:-:•--". • • •
BVTKEXE ' XUSTICZS * VtSTV "• XATT—Washinff
too." Oct." 24. — The • Justices of the - supreme \u0084
conrt: today paid tbf\r annual visit :to the
. "White Hou«e. . Th? delfjatlon was headed br
Associate Jnstlce Harlan. who Is artlnic. chief
jo«tl<*e. -. The Justices were with the president .
for. 20 minntes. Attorney General .TVlckersham
' waS present. . \u25a0 ~3 i £?AKBMfIHnHHM
STAJSTO3D PA3LOX MOVXS^-After XoTembcr
' I" Stanford parlor. No. ;76.NattTC jSon* of thft
Goid?n West. 'i which for several years has been
m**tinijr>Jn Carp«rtm* ball in Falton. street,
will hold lt« • weekly * w»B»ion» In - Benevolent
r: hall.^B*nal B'rlth hulldlnar. In . Edrfy street.
' Meeting*^ will b«: heM on Tuesdays 'lnstead of
- '•" Thursdays.^^as heretofore. -^SBKiBHM
E.F.HUTTON&CO.
490 * California St. Tel. Douslaa 3407,
St. Fraaeli Hotel. : TeL Doaslai SBS2
Hembcrs of New York Stock Exchaage
Pioneer Hoaaa
' -."'Pitrate^vWire ito "Chlca«»
'" • avad i New lYo»k >.
*^H. E. MULCAHT, Maaajer, .
: rrlrate Iwtre— -Jlew ' T«r*c CoIm««
x Weatera : 1 ? b1«o Code
jmyWILSON
\u25a0-.i."-'-' \u25a0\u25a0.: ; -^, : - MEMBER', -..--,
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-".*- CHICAGO : BOARD ? OF S TRADB \u25a0 '\u25a0 -
*THE J STOCK rA?fl> k ;BO3fD • EZCHAXGB
-x i-.'Sf.VS- r FRAXCISCO;x';;:,';--',-^; 'T
Mala ; OfflcV," .M«I1a Hld«^ San f VrnmcUten
icßra»«h voflcea-i-Palae^.-Hwtel (main >
corridor) . Sis ,Fram*la*«j Hotel Alarxan-
;d»l«,-il>«rAai»el«a>"*C«l^-,>-^;;' .\u25a0'.'.. ":^
}m Cmn*mpn*iemtm— Haurrla, / Wlmth»«p . & \_
C». Ntw l'ork. CaJcajfO, Loadoa aad \u25a0
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