vessels bound this way in trouble "not guilty" young`s plea

SANrFRANG^CQ^GAL
THE
10
TROUBLE "NOT GUILTY"
VESSELS BOUND THIS WAY IN
Both Are Damaged
BOILEESIIN VBAD SHAPE
--
Witness Testifies That Valves
Were Not in 'Good Order
ing Puts Into
Honolulu.
Special r DißDatch :to < Th« CalL
y.VALLEJO, Sept.";18.-Ajiidge Advocate
Ernst; E. .'West _.this morning; began the
actual prosecution of.Commander Lucien -Young of the BenlhhgtoK \u25a0by Introducing: witnesses "to 'prove that .the
boilers of the. ill-fated, ship,' especially
boiler B, the one which',blew. up while
the vessel lay';
in San Diego. harbor :on
July , 21 and killed -sixty-six- of the
crew, had been cared for'in'an-exceedingly/ negligent ,:
mahher. >J One witness
in'r'cross- examination*: that 'he
admitted ;
hkd .been' punished •« by Commander
Young. for desertion ;and various other
offenses.
The other /admitted. 'under
close '(questioning!, that': he -had? Cleaned
safety
.valve ;6if boiler, B during the
the,
stop^at; Honolulu,' just '..before 4 the ship
of
started
for San Diego.',-: The' honors
'
'
the day •: seemed , to rest ;with .the dewas,-,
how'testimony;
Startling
fense/.:
ever,' brought ,out iwhich". showed ; that
the' boilers of the. Benniri'gton ;• had not
been' in-, first-class r condition since she
*
last went' into 'commission' In,1903. \
YJohn" O.Hanlon, -water/ tender^ on the
Benriingtbn, swore -\u25a0that ;the 'sentinel
valves of the bollerson the ship had not
been in.working;order?for": twer year&,
and>lthat ;they: would 'riot register; the
pressure. at all accurately. .'Charles H.
AVheeler/ chief •4machinist's mate, 1swore
that~ the 'hand* gear which- was to be
used'' to lift;the valves -had been'out of
orderj for? thirteen -months before-.Com'
mander,. Young vtook charge: • He also
testified; that ':the ;;sehtihel ivalves •*had
never ,been ? used because they were | obsdlete/; and > although .-.the •";: Bennington
;these defects had
had been overhauled, '
;.; \*;/'/
Viot:
remedied.
:
been
:this testimony -It will
-\ In view of ;
undoubtedly, be '/the I
defense of ;
Comhe -has often writmanaei% Young;that ;
things,
of
sthese
department;
ten to the.
but thnt no attention had been paid, to
-
Gives Policeman a Battle.
Wentlier Report: ••
Ger ship Magdelene, Timm, Ipswich; E. C.
to sleep yester- Evans.
Robert Erickson, sailer, went
(120
meridian—Pacific .Time.)
gueet
of
th
chambers
day afternoon la cue of the
SAILED.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept.'lB—s p. m. ."
Monday, September 18.
a. Folsorn- street lodging-house. He had neither
;
The;following
rnaxlmurh and 'minimum temfllda't even ask
Stmr Prentlss. Ahlstrom, Eureka.
reffletewd cor paid rent. He He
reratures • are r»ported = for previous day from
Stmr Roanoke. Dunham. Eureka. Coos Bay
*v sleepy.
tie landlord's permission.
various cities: .
Portland.
He entered the lodirtns-house, found a room and
Stmr Nome City, Haneen, Port Los AnBoston ..V.......6S-5S!New York...
74-M
and geles.
Chicago .......:. .TC-eu'Piilladelphia
vlth bed in It, rolled down the corera
the
.70-68
Enoree
first
attracted
landtamed In. His
Stmr Centralla, Erlckson, Grays Harbor.
Cincinnati
.80-6S!pittsburg
.82-68
led's attention. 'When he refuse totoleave.
Honolulu;--.T.-.
Reyes.
CamDbell,
Schr Ida A.
Point
T.'..80-71: St.": Louis ........86-70
perPoliceman Peter Wh&len was asked
Jacksonville
:7..8t!-74i Washington -....'.74-70
TELEGRAPHIC.
SAN FRANCISCO.. '\u25a0".'.
the
.84-56
POINT LOBOS, Sept. 18, 10 p. m. Weather
All the way from bedroom to kitchen
the
hazy;
\V;
per
velocity
In
kitchen
wind
ti
miles
hour.
policeman
tailor and
foueht.
THE.COAST RECORD.
Erickaoa armed himself irtth a frying-pan and
DOMESTIC
PORTS.
MARY L. CUSHING. WHICH"
"WhaJen'a eye shows hew deftly the sailor
. BARK
SEATTLE^ Arrived Sept 18—Stmr Wasp,
PUT IN- TO HONOLULU YESTERcscd It. W'lth the help of his club and the aid hence Sect 13; etmr Ralnl«r, hence Sept 14;
DAY LEAKING BADLY.
-1,
stout
Whalen
subdued
half
a
dozen
citizens
of
stmr Victoria, from Nome.
his prisoner, who Is now In the City Prison
Arrived Sept IS Stmr I-'arallon, from Skagcharged with several misdemeanors.
STATIONS..
Brown,
way;
Sept
||
tchr Alex T.
from Manila.
.^
sign precedes the height. 'and then the number
"What's th« matter, Pete?" aslted Surgeon 17 E'.ark
Guy C. Coss, from Uyak.
broaght
given :13 subtracted' from the depth given by
when the pcrnceman
hia
PUJdiain
COOS BAY Arrived S^pt IS Schr Jaraes A. ! the charts.
plane at reference U the mean
Hospital.
The
ruined
face
to
the
Harbor
blood
! of the lower lew wafers. .... . .
' VNothlng much. Doc; Ijust awakened a GarfleJd, hence S«Dt «.
Sailed Sept 18—Stmr Daixy Mitchell, with j
sailor."
Gtmr F. A. KUburn in tow for San fVanci»co.
[CO
;V.y;.V.So.l2-.
S
Clear
;* .
Tiiu'c'Sall.
GRAYS HARBOR—Sailed Sept 16—Schr Wilhis letters.
Carscn .V.....20.U8 70.-34:
\u25a0.
70 40 XE Clear.00
Pnta nark In Distress.
liam Olsen, lcr San Francisco;!
'schr Lizzie Office .of r.ranch Hjdrcrraphie Office. Mer- Eureka :
js n.
;«0
;;'.:.-;2».M
SCENE IS DRAMATIC.
dear
.00
Vance, for San Francisco. •
Exchange.'* San Francisco,
chants'
Cal..
.
.V
Fresno_-Mary
Cushing,
I*.
bound
from
.-.29.82
The bark
92 :58 NW Clear
.00
Arrived Sort 17 Pchr Borealte. from San
r\u25a0 . '\u25a0\u25a0*.
The scene at the openingof. the trial
Monday, Seotcmter-18,"
1905.
E;
Farollon29.Sti 50 53 NW Clear
.00 was
Eleele for this port, put back to Honolulu yes- Pedro; schr <_.'. A. Thnyer. hence Sept 2; echr I The Time Ball on the ,tower of the Ferry
lagstaff ;,
.20. 90 US ao X . Clear
'dramatic. ..Commander Young arose
CO
terday In distress.
She was leaking at tha rate D&untless, from San Pedro; schr Sailor Boy, I building vras dropped exactly at r.oon to-day, Ind-pendpnce. 29.8S
,
'hiSj place .at;the"; side "of'the. table,
82
58
X
Clear
.00
from
every
hours.
hence
Aus
30.
meridian,
twenty-four
i;
of six feet
or at S L Anse l«...M.SI 78 50 W
; c..
noon of- the ll't'th
Clear
.00 and' before his thirteen; brother officers
Arrived Sept IS Stmr Chehdls, hence Sept p. m. at
Greenwich time. J. C. BURNETT,
t-;Ta >»'P«1529.91-.-31- C5
NW Clear
.CO pleaded not guilty/to. the six charges
14; Btmr Cerorado, hence Sept 1&; etmr NewLieutenant,- ;U.. 8. N., in charge.;.
'• 30 CS 2
\u25a0V--'
The Overdne
List.
8E Cl»ar
05
burg-, hence t^cot 15.
«S rthr Heaa
Phoenix
-...29.72 »4 .16 SW Clear
-West. -As the old com.00 read-by Captaingray-hairedEUREKA Arrived Sept 18 Stmr Vanguard,
The vessels on th« overcue list are quoted for
PtEeyesLt.29.s2
veteran of
310 vrmrn ts \of Steamer*.
mander,
.7.1
M
N
the
10;
Sept
Clear
.00
10;
Noyo.
Sept
stmr
hence
stmr
f;2 32 !S /
reinsurance as follows: Graeciere, 8 per cent; hence
Pocatel
0r..:
C
battles,
from Coos Bai".enr
00 four great
the onlyiman In.the
Portland
Lalla Rookh. S5 per cent; Principality. 40 per Alliance..30.04
72
54
Clear
'oo
Corona,
Sept
Sept
NW
"the
,
Arrived
IS
Etmr
hence
17.
wears
four-bar
JoinvUle,
per
TO ARRIVE.'
cent;
5
cent.
Red Bluff ....20.82- 0t MJ x
United States who
SAN PEDRO—^Arrived Sept 17 Schr CaroRoseburg
medal, the man -who*. from, the time
.29.08^0 4i N C ear ' *0O
line, from Umpqua River; schr WUbert L.
"oo
"Due.
Steamer.
From.
I
j,
•
leaped
from
1
,
C0XW Clear
Smith, from Bailard.
:—:
.00 when as 'a_midshipman|: he
;
Water Front ~So\*%.
Lake;'.?".;;80. 12 ?2
\2S2S 40
drowning
Clear
N
OO his vessel -and " rescued."
(Sept. 1» Salt
Sailed Sept 17—Schr Robert R. Hind, for SanPedro
San Pedro
* a
Fritz Hermann, who lives at COG Second
Coos Bay; schr El Dorado, for Port- Townsend.
84 M w r
Oyster Harbor
the
Sept.
;
..|
Aztec.
lit
:S
?
been
one
•of
best-loved
has
street,
sustair.ed a broken leg and many
P
80 5n \u25a0SB
Clear
ASTORlA—Arrived Sept 17 Schr Mabel Northland.... Portland & Astoria. ...[Sept.; i«> ban Diego,".
.00 sailor
',navy, stood %to plead not
liO PO ,Sff Clear
bruises yesterday when he fell from the roof Gale, hence SeDt 3. • ;
00 men" in the
Chae.-'N«lson. Seattle- & Tacoma.....|Sept. la
\u25a0.;..29.
: 30. 52
W «W . S<T,PE " Cloudy 'oo guilty to the first charges ) ever made
of a building on which he was working at
Sailed midnight Sept 17—Stmr Whittier, for Memphis..... Hamburg & Way PortSfSept^lO' Seattle.-.
Spokane;::..:
.SO.
eyes
OB
70
Surgeon
Cldy
Hill
42 SW Pt
..(Sept. 1U
Second end Townsend streets.
'oi against him in court-martial, the damp
S. Monica.... San Pearo
Tatoosh :.-..:. 30.02' C2r 50- S
PORT GAMBLE—Arrived Sept 18—Schr Eal- Oermanlcus.. Comox. 8.-C.
Ra ln ' 44
at the Harbor Hospital attended to his inju..".'. |Sept: 20 Walla .Walla. .30.04
many of- the spectators, were
of
78
S2
vator,
hence Auk 31.
SW Oear
...|Sept. 20 Vv
ries.
!oo
R. D011ar..... Seattle
of itheir sympathy,
innemucca. 80.12 \u25a070 S2 NE Clear
The Oceanic Steamship Company's liner SiArrived Sept IS—Bark Fresno, hence Sept 1. Arg0'..
'00 from- the fullness
Eel Itlver-Ports.".. •".'.'.(Sept. 'JM
remained hushed
erra will eail Thursday for Honolulu. Tutul.'a,
Sailed Sept IS Schr ' Salvator,.
for Port 80nita....... Newport \u25a0&. Way Ports. ldeyt.' 2U \uma-........2!).70, 9S C2: SW '.-.Clear
arid
even the Judges ;
'.00
,
.
v Nevadan
Blakcley.'
Now Zealand and Australia.
Honolulu ,& Kahului.. jsept. 'J»
—.'
for a moment.; "V! :..'•\u25a0
The liner Doric will sail to-morrow for the
PORT HADLOCK Arrived Sept IS— Schr B. Barbara... Seattle ".............. '.jSept. 'M' WEATHER CONDITIONS -AND "GENERAL ft. Judge Advocate West was the first
Ci i'-r.t. She is taking a Xull cargo and will Meteor, from San Pedro.
:.V.iSepU'2«
City
FORECAST.
,
Del'Norte....'
CreEcent
in eviplaced
day.
He
IS,
Sept
carry many passengers.
POINT REYES Parssd
10:35 a Acapulco.. ..'. New York via Ancon. .|Sept.' 2o
high over the country witness of the I logs
£° continues
J S c Rocky
of; the Benningfrom Seattle, for San Fran- M.F.-Plant.'. Coos Bay,& Pt. Orford.|Sept. 21
smooth
The tug H. H. Buhne came down -from Eu- m Stmr Valencia, Dollar,
Mountains
-and
of. the dence'the
north
c£?
n
Harbor,
cisco;
Grays
showing/
repairs.
stmr Grace
from
*'\u25a0 warm weather prevails generally
that
reka yefcTerday for
Point Arena & Albion.(Sept. 21 Co. oradoPorno
;in ton for the" purpose , ofij
•
Henry Peterson, the pioneer launchman. for- for San Francisco.
of the Tehachapi.
:
Young 'had; not
Santa Rosa:.. San Diego. & Way Pis. [Sept. 21 California north
PORT
Commander
HARFORD—Arrvled Sept 17—Stmr NorthFork...
f nen at Tat
merly located at the foot of Folsom. etreet, but
.
|Sept. 21
Humboiat".
..'.V.
.:...:
at Astoria.
regulaoo*h.and:
Pedro;
by.
.the
,
required*
Monica,
Asuncion,
etmr
t the ? forecast f *for thirty hours them as he is
l'Ollo*Wn|?;.is
now established on the bulkhead between Mis- Santa Ventura, from San
Pau1:..... Porlland'& Astoria.... {Sept. 21
and sailed 0:30 r>. rri. for San St.tions:;" The logs of November\and-.Detlon-street whanes 1 and 2. yesterday . put into from
:1905 :
'February,
C0r0na.
Humb01Ut... ;..... ....|Sept. 21 endln s September 10.
Sept IS At 1 a'rn, stmr Santa
Franplsco.
and-, vicinity—Fair,
barge.
Sept.
commiEsicn a new freight
N0rw00d.....
....:..
21
.Francisco
_San
'
Grays
Harb0r...
'
.cooler cember; 1904,7 and C January,
*
Cruz, for San Francisco.
. Sept
&,.
Tuesday;,
light
Sept.
Cascade...
Portland
Astoria:..
22
winds changing 'to
ithls;year..wer«.
Jouth
June*
of
April,
May!and\
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived
IS—Bark
'
Coquille River
Sept. 22
NEWS OF THE OCEA.V
Charmer, hence Sept 2. 'Passed Inward Sept Elizabeth.... Humbpldt
found to lack 'the
" •, required /signature
Sept. 25
IS Bark Fresno, hence Sept.l. for Port Gam- Eureka.......
T the' officer in command of the '*. ship.
Puget' Sound -Ports.... Sept 23
Umatllla
of
Meteor,
Pedro,'
'
<
schr
from San
for Port Pomona
Items of Interest to Mariners and Ship- ble:
....|Sept. 24!
were ;not
Humbolilt:
Hadlock.
The hull books of
' the :vessel
Seattle tt, Eellingham. .|Bept. I'4
-because Jthe
ping Merchants.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived Sept' 17—Schr Expan- Rainier......
allowed to go ", in evidence was
Bay
&. Way i'tsjtSept. 24
Coos
San
Pedro
Uln
Vane>
Falr
sion,
•
from Bailard.
there
rioiresuThe latest charters reported are: The BritBUln8
defense showed that
Sept ] 18—Bktn CityPara.... New. York' via Ancon..[ Sept. 24
PORT BLAKELEY—Arrived
'
that^theaejb^^^
.|9spt."J4
ish steamer Kelvinbank, grain from Portland Northwest,
Arctic. .'. .. Humboldt .
latlon
hence Aux 2(3.
lntroduced-,
ArenaiSept.'
Sea'
Foam...
&
Pt.
24
to
;
to three ports In Japan at $1, chartered prior
Mendoclno
Sahns
Sept"
Ensign
'.was
TATGOSH Passed Inward
18 Stmr
E.-:O.
25
to arrival: schooner David Evans, lumber from Santa Clara.' from Valdez, for Seattle. Passed
State of Cal. San Diego & Way Port«|9spt."
:
fA.;. G.\u25a0\u084 McADIK. DlEtrlct Forecaster.
prove Ithat the ;log books were 'the hull
Sept.. '1A
Puget Sound to Manila; schooner
Halcyon, out Echr Andy Mahoney, ' from Mukllteo, . for Newburg..... Grays Harbor:.
bboks'of^he.Bennington.v'HeialsoaesGrays Harbor ..."..:. Sept. 25
Coronado.'.
•
came business from this port to Altata.
San Pedro.
:
tlried;as to th"e';\' taking •^.comniandiby
Sept. 23
Passed in Sept 18— Stmr Whittier, from Breakwater.. Coos Bay •.;..•........
;.. ,
VB CAPTAIN RICE ON; TRIAL FOR
r Young :on!*Novem»er -.;14,
.iS^pl.
Alam«da.
:
Honolulu
i
"
Astoria.
Barley for England.
;
'
ESCAPE OP^PPLICTED SAILOR
& Astoria. ..jSept. 26
REDONDO—Arrived Sept -'IS—Sch Samar, Columbia..... Portland
',--''.': ;
'\u25a0' :'\u25a0 '\u25a0'.
1904.V
:":
.".(Sept.
Portland
-"\
u
25a0&
-Astoria
27
Magdalene
Aure11a.
,
ship
The German
was. cleared from Everett.
.was the; witness
Port»|Sept.
Way
&
27 Two Men on Guard Ton
-Erhile
Frederiksen
"
Portland
BANDON—Arrived Sept
IS Schr Ruby, Roanoke.....
yesterday for Ipswich, England, with 88,877
UVessel Dnrlnir who "admitted |in the I
crpss-examlnation
Queen. .'...... Puget -Sound .Ports... .iSept. 28
centals for barley, valued at $97,575 and 709,600 hence Sept 14, In tow stmr Chehalls.
;
Nlßht,"Bnt,;None7 In Early
lbs cf scrap steel, valued at $2600. The vesArrived Sept 18 Schr Advance, hence Sept 1.
that he had been" punlshed by:Comman-\u25a0';-" "-" Mornlnar.' Honrs.
:. 0
Sept
TO:
SAIL.
of
as
WESTPORT—
SaiIed
18—9tmr
Westdesertion,
yHe stated
dunnage,
sel also had 25.000 feet
lumber
Young for
•
*
Captain
der
;P.'iw:
$350.
port,
for San Francisco.
':*-:"
•
valued fct
-Rice/ master 'of the thatUhis did 1not leave.'him- with any
»
Deetlnatton. .
Salls.l Pier.
>
PORT LOS ANGELES— Arrived Sept 18—
ship
British
Rock,
Red
appeared :before
v
Echr Crescent, from Taccma. .
"toward ihis ;
chief.'-/;
He'f was Mn
"•- :.- ' UnitetJ ;
The Xebraskan's) :Cargo.
September 18. ,- \'; \- :
States ';\u25a0\u25a0 Commissioner Heacock hatred
Sailed Sept 18 Schr. Crescent, for San Pedro; i;.:.v<';':'-'
the ? forecastle, head of ;the; Bertnington
4 pm|Pler
2 yesterdayion preliminary
....j
San Pedro.. Grays Harbor
Tli* steamer Xebrackaa sailed on Saturday schr Luzon, for Puget -Sound.
explosion."
He.testiexamination ai'the" time" of the
"
MUKILTEO—SaiIed Sept
17—Schr ,Andy Breakwater. Coos 8ay ;....:.... | 5 pm Pier b on a chargre ofhavingr.allowedanfalien
for Honolulu and Kahului with a general
fied' tliat while he'; had 'seen thfl 'Safety
for San Pedro. ."
-•.
Columbia:.. Astoria &':Portland [11 am Pier 3*
merchandise careo, valued at 1109,485 and ln- Maboney,
DlEOO—Sailed Sept 18^-Stmr Bonita. Coos Bay..: San Pedro. ft;Way. 3 am Pier 'll' seaman (afflicted with trachoma to escapo valves of.boilers !A'.\u25a0, Ci and ;
D
been
SAN
'had^
cludlnr the following:
Grays Harbor ;'.
4pm Pier *. '2 ashore ? from';
San Francisco.
B.Monica
that jthe
c£ptaln overhauled,' yet he > was o
10» bbls flour, 165.000 lbs rice, 28 ells wheat, for
Siuslaw River.;;... 6 pm Pier 10 testifled that,- his V. vessel.' The
S«pt
SAJCTA
BARBARA—Arrived
18—
Etmr
Oakland.'...
boiler"; B had : never i.been \ so
8417 ctls barley. COO bales hay, Cll9 lbs bran, Santa Rosa, hence* Sept 17, and sailed for San Samoa.....
he had: taken • all.reason- valves > of i
Loa Amreles^ Ports. 10 am Pier-2
fcT&O lbs beans. 716S lbs middlings. 2000 lbs Dlcgo.
.-..-.••••,. •;.' September. SW. v:- =...., -«>..->'. able precautions against^] the 'escape; treated.';; Hefalso ;told:; of • the :bad cbn\u0084.-,'.
.
Humb01dt;
.:...;...
feed. 5630 lbs 41 cs mlllstuffs. 2165 cs canned
l:3opPier-ft
that
he
EASTERX PORTS.
P0m0na....
had^hired a
of;the 'hand' gear. ?;He i said that
•almon, 65 bbls 17 half-bbls pickled ealmon, 436
.;:
r. | 9 aai'Pler :\u25a0• 2 L. Smith, :to Remain;watchman* Matthew dltibnv
NEW TORK—Arrived Bept • 17—Stmr
Alll- Arctic..;.".. Humboldt'
onUherlock:
sentinel
i
valves ;>.#ereH badly coralong-thej
cs assorted canned goods. 10& lbs tea, 1920 lbs anca,
•'
Ar«na,T...v..
4pm|Pier-a
Point
frem- Colon. Sept
Stmr Mississippi, BeaFoam..
side tbft vv^s»el from.7*p,-; mrto6 a." m £ roded and" stuck fast:
coffee, CS cs syrup, 4S pkgs prepared fish, 2000
1
8^—
...'.•. China & Japan:... 1 pmlPier 4u
' VHejdld not'know.
Doric.
from
Manila..
gals
lard,
wine,
t;
lbs
dried fish. MSO lbs
8671
4 pm|Pler 2 that the third mate .was "a watch on of .'any ? routine ;In therenßihe . r"o6m"*.by
~
Sept Kedondo...'. Astoria ft(Portland
BREAKWATER—Arrived
".'.'.".";
3.r.O gals 90 cs whisky. 27 gals IS cs liquors, 829 16DELAWARE
»
;
Humboldt
".".':.
5
board
am|Pler
the -. vessel fidurin^c;
;
•
Ship Bangalore, from. Hilo. :
;
wereK lifted
izmßggam**at. Eureka..."
fcbl» b«er. 23 cs champagns, 191 gals spirits,
which i
the , safety U valves ;
Los 1 Angreies • Ports
7'pm|Pi«r 'iv hours, and :that the captainthe
> hadsam«
Bept 18 Ship Bangalore,- ordered -to Phila- 8 Barbara:
required ';to
4519 lbs 7 cs bread, 34 pkgs groceries and proonce sa i
21;
"In
week." '\u25a0:."thiiiis ;
* *bo
-.-;
September
-.-,
|
i
f
.
\
u
25a0:
\
u
25a0•
'.-:.
•
--„•\u25a0-delphia.
\u25a0.
structed
tboth",
%
under,
[while
visions. 4871 lbs C os ham. and bacon, 1059 pkgs
steam.,';;Way.
and
i
niate
done
SanDlego-4
smjPlir
watchman^
to
'\u25a0•.
BALTIMORE COVE—Famed down B«pt 16
11
Bute of Cal Nome via^ Seattle. | 0 \u25a0;
pkgs "\u25a0 fresh
'potato**.
1385 pkgs onions, :\u25a0 1023
a. sharp' lookout for:,
\u25a0; » keep
'
Floristan,'
ftmr
for
.:
.
Valencia.
:.
the
afflicted
WEIIE
;'li.;
Br
Manila..
\fitr
ATALVES
T.OBSOLETE.
•
pkgs
vegetables.
•
fruits. CS
fresh
445 lbs raisins,
--.
\
| 2 pm|Pler Z sailor;'-- I'- -."\u25a0'\u25a0 ':•' v ':
CAPE HENRY—Passed
*
In S«pt 17 Ship G Llndauer Grays Harbor
;>;.TestlmbnyA of jWater." Tendef>.B. «X/
1876 lbs cried fruit, 19.040 lbs codfish, S cs Shenandoab,
from New York. ' for Manila, via SUrra.:'.;. ". Sydney &,Way: PU| 2 pm;i»ier 4
S Judge ;Heacock
that
elites. S ea cUt* ell, 7 cs baking powder, 8928 Norfolk. Passed
a
the ;Seabey corroborated that lot:FrederikGrays
:...|
pm|Pier
.Harbor
20
Floriatan,
out—Br ttmr
from G Ltollar...•
testimony,
;
lbs 8 cs cfceece. 400 pkgs past*. S3 pkgs tsi>l« Baltimore, for Manila.
showed
;
Angeles
Ports|ll
that
v ';
Los
whenthe watch, ' yi;%ri;f :
-_..••Norwood.
amiPier -.' 2 man :and ;:the';. ;
.' a
}}-'-r, :
fl
:
preparations, S cs «ggs, 710 lbs chocolat*. 318
,: : September "22. I-^'-,\y.tlr}V
mate "J went >. off duty *at sen^-^:>-.
FOREIGN PORT*.
•;Charles H. «,Wheeler,'; fthlef machin'
•
lbs garllo. e290 lbs salt. 1154 lbs butter. 18.635
Puget
'Sound- Portsill am Pier 8 6 o'clock". ihUhe 'iriornlng;; the !sailor -was
ritrPuebla
17,666
Aug
Jap
4S
YOKOHAMA—
Arrived
Is—
>
>
sugar,
tobacoo,
cigars
mate,
lbs
lbs 11 cs
os
stmr
ist's';
on the,,' Bennington, swore
Atb0: -.- Eel River Ppru%Q. 012 : m Pier 111 1 •till ori^bba"rd;^butUhat:' it|was- a?full
«fid cigamtts, 100 bdU shocks, 8 pos S bdls Iyo Mara, . from Seattle. '
September
|
'-\u0084
that t the ':;hand," gear hhad --been l'out iof
PORT NATAX« Arrived Sept 15—Br smtr
»t*«l. &6 bdls 104 bars iron, C2pkgs ells 11 Baron
;?>mate's s': watch it was
viai Ancon;.(l2 :m|Pier 40 hour J before % thY
'
Peking
order,
N.
Y.r
City
a
Cawdor,
News,
Newport
from
for long,time and jthat \ the'; senbbls pitch. 44 rolls roofing m&Urlal, 486 os
for Ma- 80nita..... Newport i
At Way;.l0 amLPier 11 taken; lip byIhis successor,', arid that the tinel valves,
seep, 11 bdl» brooms, 41 bdls .paper, 11 cs
nila. . iii'insTiiiSiiiMffsyn^xO^mggaga
were obsolete and u«ele§3.
Bay.= .7. .*.}:*..j;4 pm|Pler
escaped
Coos
M.F.Plant.
sailor
ammunition,
B«pt
Lyra,
HONOKONO—BaiIed
16—Btmr
f
the
hour
rope,
trail and
22 oolls
171 bdls
for P0m0. .'...•• Pt. Arena & Albion1 «> pnl|i'ler 2
In
he had overhauled
*
-.
..
.
-..
whichrno- on e was ;bn*« watch.* i.» V- • . , Ho also Isworo that
znetal laXbs,- 57 pkgs -drugs and sundries, 184 S*attl«.'
.
.'
.
.-\u25a0
.
J
2{
ft-l-'ortlandj'
ptnil
Astoria
a
iei- '
th« safety-valve ;of f.boiler,1B rat Hono-f
.for;.the? defendant
ckgs nails, 84 pkgs machinery, 8 pkgs *cid. ,LIVERPOOL—BaIIed Sept B—Br stmr" Cale- Northland.. Humboldt
K*.
:
l'.'r.':
l
/Counsel
p|
l
:3o
Pier
has,
Seattle,
lulu,
Hongkong
port
via
C0r0na.
9
the
last
machines,
ss-wlng
186 cs boots and
for
and Yo\iOmade 'before the ship
£2 crts
September 24. ;; ,^.|.;'>.:-;."-, asked Vfor aVpohtinuancei of the ;\u25a0: case
Jft'Hui mff \u25a0::.shoes. 178 pkgs pclnts. 9 bdls 81 pcs pipe, 11 hama.
'^mmammtc^a^iafmim^tm^ammiu
VSan "i Diego,\u25a0£ and.* that :
*then it
Astoria & Portland. 11 am Pier 24 until lo.o'clock, this, morning-/. when he went in.;falr!
NEWCASTLE,
Aus.— Sailed Bept 16—Br ship St. Paul '.'. Humb01dt;.....:.".'.
cs electrical gooos, 270 kegs ;white Uad, 120
was?
All"the boiler*
North Fork.
0 am Pier 20 proposed
condition.^'
pkgs 6rr goods, 100 cs powder. 4 cs blasting Balmoral, for San Francleoo. -\u25a0••
vevldenco,"
T
San;
safety
Diego
Way
0 am Pier 11
>
" were connected 'and the
MOJI Arrived Sept 16—Br ttmr Hacel Dol- B. Rosa....
&T
' valve of
caps. 11 cs fuse, 11 cs hits and caps, 20 sks
Elizabeth... Coquille tßlv»r;'.r.; 6 pm Pler^O and this request iwas'*g-rarited.- iv *ff boiler C, which he said ' was the best of
198 c» gasoline, 4 roils duck, 5 pkgs lar. an& sailed same dato for Shanghai.
coal.
\u25a0;\u25a0-,
September 25.
C»MOX—Sailed Sepf 16—Oer etmr Germasl"|\.-'..;
wagon material, CSO geis dlstiUaU, 21 pkgs
,
at
so
that
It would
r,
the'
f
ou
was
set
130
for San Francisco. .
-. . ,
C. Nelson
Seattle & Taeoma.. 6 pm Pl«r 20 BURGLARS BUSYi'AIiL;OVER
. znlllwork. 1000 lbs
e*rbld«. 4 rolls leather. 260 cub,
blow^toff^when^the^pressure;<; < of \u25a0•\u25a0; ;th«
'
LADYSMITH—SaiIed Sept •'17— Br stmr Wel- Cascade.
Astoria & Portland a am Pier 2
cs candles. 10 cs turpentine. 1100 cs coal oil, lington,
TO
j
WN BUT HAULS >RB SMALL steamTfeachedsthls
. for Ban 1Francisco. .:\u25a0 '\u25a0'
. . September 27.
-v *j->;-**.
;";
'2077 lbs Un berk, 1boat, 1bull.
OCBAN BTBAMEHB.
Manchuria.- China & Japan... . IpmPier 40
John O. Hanlon, water tender, testi".,
Bold
Thief
Knters
•
pm
R.
Dollar...
Seattle
".:...
V.:v.
4
Room
and
Sept
NEW
YORK
Arrived
V.
Pier
20
Steals
18—Btmr
fied that he had not heard the safety
"
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
Untatllla/. Puget; Sound Ports 11 am Pier '9 sr v;Valaables] fromVUnder Pillow
Z/Aqultalne, from Havre;
stmr Zealand, from
ofibollerJßbloWjbfllln'twolyears.
Angeles -Ports." ;2pmPler~6
valve
•
Antwerp; etmr Cretlc, * from i
Naples.
Loss
.
Rcanoks.'..
la
*P*»K}'W6inan7rr.-;.;,;
•
'-•'V';-Vf
\u25a0'
_
.-.
ARRIVED.
p-lA;{blt\u25a0? ofrexcitement
\u25a0/.-.?* i,
September; 2B. > \u25a0;\u25a0;\u25a0;• -v. i'>? -.->\u25a0.: \u25a0 ' •:'\u25a0•
\u25a0-.•.•--•,,\u25a0 •-.-.
s^was >'caused \ at
"—
S*pUtob*r 18.
petty
>
y
. .'iMonday.
Numerous
:,.
4 Sunday"^ burglaries the opening of the session by refusal
L>ue11a .
Mexican-P orts" :
::(P1sr
1
Memoranda.
US stmr Richard . Rush, Tuttle, from a
Seattle <& ;
Bel'ham 112 mlPier 10 were \ reported ito 4the? police • yesterday.' of the court to allow Naval Constructor
Rainier...:
HONOLULU, Sept. . 17.— Tbe .bark Mary L: Newburg.'.'. Grays 7 Harbor 4.;'.'.{-2 pntfPlar :2 While iMrs:
117 "ClaraJstreet H.4vA.
-Oliyera*of;
.cfulee.
Stmr City cf Pucbla. Jepeen. 64 boon from Cunshlng, from Eleele,- for i
San: Francisco, reho \u25a0is s to.| be
s later
:
was ,: sleeping.^ on ;
Sunday; nlgrht«;a*j thief as ani?^expert witness, to' sit in tho ;room
. Victoria
and Pujret Sound ports. .
turned here In leaking condition." Tha vessel
FROM^BEATTLEJ.
entered;
leaking
at
rate
of
feet
every
her;
room';
through:;
Btmr
.
Pomona.
Swanson.
17
hours
is
tho
6
24
hours.
~
', were Ton the
.rcka. .
a"window .while"ithe'i other),wltnesses
•from Bu'
'
;Deetlnatlon.'
'
LONDON,
Stanley.
Sept.:
-. . .
18.—
;.
_;-\u25a0-; UBalls. V and J "stole* Jl4.60 *"' In"'cash ;and -Jewelry
\u25a0\u0 84:
-P. '
I.i.tslej
'stahd.^The'TdefenSe f arot around .-Ithis
Stmr GJpsy, • Leland.* 80 hours from Monterey. rraphs that Ger ship , Emilie,. from Shields,
to"; the
$20. KThe^ money and ruling by; asking that Evan be admitted
Rvalue
Star 0.- C Undauer,
hours from Eng., for Ortegon, put back Sept 10 with rig- Humboldt. .'. Bkagway/& '.Way ;Ports. |SepL'r 20
'Allen.
.61
*
Skagway
'V
Grays Harbor.
ging damaged. 'Br- ship--Beacon Rock, . from Farallon.
&.Way Ports.; Sept. ;Jv Valuables' were
'taken
from
under/
her
as assistant counsel. Tha request was
"
.-, Columbia,* vput .'.back Tamplco.
-\u25a0"'\u25a0,. v-v^-Vr:?'; ;;
Nome & St. Michael. |Sept. 20 pillowV.'--'V; ::'.: \u25a0\u25a0[\u25a0".:\u25a0\u25a0.'
Stmr Despatch, Webtr, 68 hours from Pert- Liverpool,' for British
'
granted:^- Manyxj:^Intermissions
land, via Astoria 61 hours. .
on 11th .lnst, :with bulwarks damaged a good Cottag* City.. Skagway;&;Way;Ports.jgept.l2l'
/J,The'
'
residence of.H.. Friedman, 141 taken to allow the court to decide upon
Dunham,
Stmr Roanoke,
30 hours from San deal about-* the decks and boats carried away; Dolphin.:.'..: Skagway, & Way Ports. Sept.'. 22
•
•
street;
Brodeflck'
iwas|eritered^on
chipped
quantity
water,
got
2$
Pedro.--of
which
I
o the points^ of Slaw- arising/ between- Judge
a
Into Santa Clara: Valdez I&. Seward r.v.:Sept. ! ;
.;
Stmr Burelca, Jtrtf n, 24 hours from Eureka. the hold.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. .:.....•\u25a0'
Portland."."..". Cooks Inlet <&i\Vay;Pts Stpt."2s sameTnight..-;VA'"cash !
ibox£contalhirifirjs4 G.j,E.\Qear
r'iwho~isirepresen.tlng!;Com-;
Sanr.Aberdeeo, Kelly, 66 hours from Grays
Olympla:: .*. Nome ?A s St." Michael .*.!Sept, 26 in';j- small; change i
'
\
u
2
5
a
0
\
u
2
5
a
0
"
some"
and
rare
'coins
mahder^Young.^and^Judge j/AdTocate
.";
Nome ,*:St.VMlcnael.".|Sept.* %J.
'
Harbor.
.Victoria:
Sun, Moon' and' Tide.
v '':..;.
;;
/ :'.'.'.' \.: ': :'\u25a0 .:"T?-*
wasrtaken.
Stmr Frands ;H. Leggvtt, Reiatra, 40 hours United States Coast '« and .Geodetic .Survey- "Jefferson:.".."; Skagway '& -Way Ports. ISept.^ 27 ;
? for/,the* prosecution.
.\u25a0•-'"\u2666*
;
.'.
from Redondo.
. .
[SepL^ 20 ;•?' The ';home of.MrsV Alice Bidehg-er, 622 HThere ":is |
a rumorJ to .' the ;effect^ that
Height of High and Low Waters Ohio. .-.'. .'.'.' Nome & St.'; Michael .":
Time and
Etmr Scotia, Johnson, 11 hours from Bow;
street,'.was
broken
•
Point,
Mission
:
5into
at Fort
entrance to San". FrancUco
Landing;
General a Leonard C.V>Wood Jls jpushing
. encStmr
Inspectors' Room Broken Into.
•*SMBaoßniMtßsaW |BJM
her absence.^- Sllverware\valuedfat?over
"Bay. Published by official authority of the
the? case
Cella Hanecn. 16 hours from Albion.
r
* h against fvcb*mmknder : .Young/
Superintendent.'
$20
.V.
\u25a0•"-..•
:*-'*•:
:-'••'•
the,
ai.varletyjof
land;
Btmr State of California, Thomas, 41 hours
..The old storeroom of; Appraiser
. others loot\ were
Young v testjr'
"
'
'' •= ItV is known c Commander
.
NOTES The high ;and J low t waters occur ,'at ! in the . rear Iof; the
•...-;,\u25a0; :';- '.: ';-- . '~'l?~t;??lpC* '\u25a0'\u25a0r,'~- :y::f';
from San IMe«;o.
.taken^.
;Custom-house^ now!
the city front (Mission-street wharf) about 23
fled ivv against jthe;- friend {of*:iPresident
Stmr Centralla, Ericlcson. 44 hours from Port minutes
...The
private
Bonnet;
used
as
a
room^
for.
residence
of
T.
F.
at
Point;
later than at Fort
the Customs
3736 Roosevelt VduringJi his
the height
following
'Los Asreles.
was '\u25a0': broken; into ;either. Jackson I
street*! was 'entered z byjmeans the; lnvestigation of alleged Irregulari. Stmr Valencia, Johnson, . 72 hours . from Ec- of tide la the earns at, both piact-i. • '•/.- Inspectors,':
orjSunday/ mornlngTahd of]'a!skeleton- keyvwi Tne ]hoiiselwas Iran- ties in Havana.^.?! Commahd«r^Young,
Saturday/night;
TUESDAY,, SEPTEMBER i
9..:,•:. valuable papers iwere_scatte_red rqyer,the' BackedA but ;aUHhelvaluables jhadj been however,iff|
Stmr Xome City, Haneen, 85 hours from
has \ said fnothing Tof Ithis fand
\
Port Townsend. bound south, called In to land Sun rises '.:. .'. :'.'. :".'. '. ."..".:*.-..; .-;!
1
5:65 floor.",- As far Tas'^ k"ribwrT;;nothing was locked lrjJa safe and riothing^was itaken,& fTOmfhislconversatlohl.wlttfifrlehdsithe
\u25a0,".\u25a0..
•.\u25a0..--,..
;'.
passengers. . .
:;.r.7.'..r.V... *:.;..... 6:13
v
:
Sun
-sets
haiid
'.;wasjstolen^
, 6Unr Oakland,
Hughes,
supposed
satchel
ifrom the
burglars,'^
from^Slusto Sbe -*f'A'- ';
'
I
Moon rises ......-\u25a0.. :'.:7.:.'. ;v:..",: 9:40 p.\m. itaken.' ~i\ The/
•" : 62. .:'\u25a0\hours
u25a0<
law. .
-. ';
ofVJ.';' Livingstoniv at ': 632 :Herman two^menTseemito^be'thelbest^of^frlehds:
aYcrowd; of ihoodlums t of : the;neigbbbr- room
Stmr Pulton, Panzer, 27 hours from Eureka. O \u25a0;- Time .•"- ;Time v.- .-,' Time r
,2-' . -:-7 '\u25a0''.:.. '-"' ?\u25a0,:\u25a0"* \u25a0\u25a0-".
evidently r]niadeK'; their
Time si>
hood^;;s
entry, street;'".'^/ -':''..,^.^; :
Pedro,"*
Stmr San
r
Qnnrrel Over a Woman.
'Raemusaen.
Tt.:
Ft-vl-:
Ft-'i through "ithe :oldi postofflce ,'and^up'the
"
'--46 hours! from £ H.W \Ft.'
;TATshowiwindowj in the -'establishment
Ean Pedro.
.-..:; LW>: v *. HSW y-7. riJLIW
i
In* aV. fierce
£over.* a".;woman
\u25a0-'
72 hours. from
\u25a0• stairs.''^' "When';"up6nf thelroof 2 of
ofj'Joseph^ Frankel,^.77s^Mission :street,' -'..:
Stmr Gracs, Dollar, Olsen,
back
Clyde
$;;
Henshawj,
A;
-•
. -\u0084..»
VvWarren
"-Grey«
J9 3:181 8.8 8:20 2.6 2:271 4.8| 9:28] -1.2 the*: postofflce \ they* broke {k%hole': in; the .was [broken jinto.:
'
'cheapl
% A;
watchTand Phillips In:the 'armstabbed
".
Newsbey, Johncos. 28 hours from Eu- 20
'3:10i> 4.8 10:221 <:i l
;
. 'Stmr. Harbor.
4:251-3.8
9:10
'--2.9
a -lodging-house
In
.;
,
'
pistol "/were taken.v
...
a*
'.
}
;ih;
10:15
window
:
and
It
from
5:37
i
8.6
3.0
4:C5
i.unlatchedt
the
rtka.
21
4.S 11:25 09
at 1906 'Market [street yesterday.^ In the
, Scbr Compeer, Wlnther, S days% from Coo« 22 6:48] 4.011:30 8.1 8:081' 4.8 .T.;: ;'..'.: slde,;. '
which "" gave ;
free
to^the
struggle|Phillipsidrew4af
reyohrerjand
Bar.W*4ss^BN9MaaßMsMVEBß|>*'VNaniWMi
[L.TVf -H Wl \u0084iv- L-fcW : H'W "V"-' room. ',-;' . y'.-r^.v" :••''\u25a0?*_\u25a0/ "-':i' \-l-J- ''
Bunko
Mnn
Fleeces
Bake.
rsh'otfatiHehshaw.jTh« rnolsa
'%
>
7:45|..-4.3
fnred[a
Griffin,
12:39] -2.9 6:IS 4.8
Schr Jessie
8 hours from 23 ) 0:27} 0.7J
Tat'Gibson,
'
'
''
];Misplaced f
:
John
Bollna*. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•
..
2
Policemen
jßuke'
jtracted
Rdach,l who
|Tult|and |
NOTE In the ",aboveT
'of !the :tides
-THINKS;PRICE U.TOO iHlGH.*—The £Board $24 0Ton v Sunday^ according] to| hisfstory.^ placed]bqth(meriTuhderrarreat.'^Phllllpg'
Tug H. H. Buhne, Ha&sen, 26 hours from
*
'tides exposition
!
yen
early;
morning
the
Inithe '\u25a0-. left i of iWorke 5 has awarded jthe icontract'. for / mac' are si
Xureka (to make repatrs).* '•;
:
hand column :
and ;the succcsc-lv* tides iof th« adamirlngr iSan? Bruno'£ road?. to jFrank iSheerln jHe Jdeclareslthat*h"ej met|three|"men|iri iwas |
takent toJ^theljCentral % Emergency
CLEARED.
day In the order of occurrence as to time;
the toti95 v cents < a '[square yard. 4* Supervisor Payot "al saloon fat |Fifthfand « Mission streets. Hospital, where his wound was dressed.
*
Monday, September ;18.
>,
fourth time column giyes ithe last tide of» the says |that \ the |
regular^ price 'Ifor 3 the iwork fIs One|of4the Itrlo);suggested tvthat *Buke Ho
*;
|was] af terwardlrembved ftolthe fCityJ
, Astoria; S P & P day. except when there are but three tides,
Stmr Columbia, Doran,
as: 60 & cents s a % yard. £ but i
the £Board itofHWorks
'
>:keep.
-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
Buke Prison.*uil.Cha.rgesiJJof
E S Co. •
sometimes ,occurs. :< The -; heights ;given are *la claims Sthats the kprtcesbldiist lower ;thaa» other ;give)lhim S his ? money ".to
"
% with v»J»
J
Etmr. Coos Bay, Xtooleon, Ban' Pedro; P C addition to the soundings of the |United | States
-*because UitS'Includes 'A the complied^and-has" not ;seen the^ man' deadly weapon• were 1placed 'ag&init'ith«
contracts p awarded
•
Survey.
S 8 Co.
;
Charts,'
except
prop«r.layln«
when
a
minus
of
i
\
u
25a
0
;
•
:
\
u
25a
0
\
u
2
5
a
0
\
u
2
5
a
0
;
(
—
)
(
)
Coast
the macadam.
. .- : .
men.
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for Months Before Disaster
yesterday
by
Word vcslb received
cable to the Merchants* Exchange from
damage
London of
sustained
to two
sailing vessels bound from the old
world for this coast. They both put
into Stanley, Falkland Islands, In distress, and the repairs necessary to enable them to complete their respective
voyages will take some weeks.
The German ship Emilie. from Shields
for Portland. Ore., put into Stanley September 10. with her rigging damaged,
and the day after the British ship
Beacon Rock went limping into the
fame port, crippled In the gale which
had proved too much for the Emilie.
The Beacon Rock, bound from Liverpool for Victoria. B. C was In a serious
plight. Her bulwarks were damaged,
her decks had been swept clean and
her deck houses had suffered. All her
boats had been carried away, and of
the large amount of water shipped
hold,
much had mado its way into the which
damaging the cargo to an extent
only a careful survey will show cor-
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ALWAYS FOR
: Charge i-TKat B^JNeglected
His Duty; :on fBeniiiiigton
Bark Mary L. dish-
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Naval Officer Answers the
by the Rough
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UAH-WAY TRAVEL,
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(Foot of Market Street)
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MAIN LINE.
a
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7.00 F.lmlrv, VacaTille. Winter*. Kanuey 7.48p
7-OUAKlctimood. Benlctn, dacramento,
7-23p
Sui^uaaad War Swtions
7.4oa Vallejo, Napa, Cnilstcga, SanU
Kosa, Martlaei, San lUmon
B-C3P
7.4oa Nile<, Pleasaaton. Ltvcrmorev
„ Trac7, Lutnrop, Stockton
7.23p
8 •OOAShmta Exprena <Vta Davis).
WE CURE MEN
Wllllsma, Wlllowa. tTroto, Red
Bluff.Portland. Tacoma. Seattle. 7.43?
8-COa Davis, WooUlanJ. Kntzhts Landtag,
MarysTllie. OroTllle
>7-43?
8.20 Marlines. Antloch. Byron, Tracy,
Xewisan, Los Banos,
Stockton.
Poison,
We cure Skin Dlseasea,. Blood
l.Vnilou. Arinonn, Ilanford,
»«_
V'nrlrocele, 'Stricture. Xervou* Decline,
Vlsßlla. PorterviUe
I
Weakneaa, Pile*. Flatnla and Diseases of
20a Port Costa. Lasttrop. Merced. Mo- +•*<***
desto, llavmoml. Fresco, Ban*
(be Kidneys, Bladder and Prostate.
ford. VUalla. Bakersfleld
4 43*
8.40aNlies. S»nJo»-. Uvermoro. Scock'
Special Diseases
Newly contracted
ton (fMUton). Vall?y Spring,
burning.
and chronic cases cured. All
Itchlone, Sacramento, Placervllle,
ing and Inflammation stopped In twenty-four
Colfax. MarysTllle. Red Bluff
4.08?
hours; cures effectel In seven days.
B.4oa Oak ilale. Cblnfsr. Jamestown,
Sonora, Tuolumne and Angels... 4.08?
We make no charge', for a friendly talk or
Express—
Ogden and East.
8-COa Atlantic
4.28P
correspondence.
Come to us in the strictest
Richmond, Port Costa. Mar t!
8-40A
ne 1
confidence.
We have been exclusively treating
649p
and VTar Stations (tConcord)....
special diseases of men for years.
Nothing 10.2CAVaJIejo.Danx. Xaps, Sunday only 7.43P
science can device or money can buy Is lacking iQ.2OaLo9 Anz'lct Passenger— Port
Costa, Martinez. Byron, Trier,
In our office equipment. We will use you hon- j
*"
estly, .treat you • skillfullyand restore you to I
Lathrop, Stockton. Mareed,
Raymcad. Fresno, Goshen Juno*
health In the shortest time with the least dls- I
expense.
comfort and
._ ;
tlon. Hanford. Lemoore. Vlsalls,
Los Angrt-lea
7.08?
Bakeisflelii.
for symptom
Ifyon cannot' call, write
'
Kansas City.St.Louis and
10.20 ElPaso.
;
blanks. • •
Chicago
7JJBP
H.OOAThe Overland Limited— Omaha,
Chicago. Denver. Kansas City... 6.48(*
1I.4oa Xl!et, San Jose and Way Stations.
2.48?
5;
Dally;
.Hours: 8 to
7 to 8:30 P. M.
tl.OOP S.icramecto River Steamers
•*3-40P Benicta, Winters, Sacramento. MI.OOp
Sundays, 9 to 12.
"Woodland. KnfshU Landing.
720 MARKET ST. (Top Floor). S. F.
>
MarysTllle and OrovlUe
10.48
S.4opHayward, stles. and "Way Stations
7.48P
4.oopVall-Jo. Martinez. San lUmon,
RAILWAY TRAVEL.
Xapa. CallstOKa, Santa Rosa
t
9.23
4.oopKllcs. Tracy. Stockton. Lodi.
4.40P llav ward, Nile*.IrTington, San j 10.24
t9.48A
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Jose, Llvermore
> $11.43
5-OQpThe Owl Limited—Newman. Loa
;
Fresno, Tnlar*.
Bano*. Mendou. Angeles
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BakeraSeld. Los
B.OOp Chicago and St. Louis Special— £l 8.43
Paso. Kansas City, St. Louis and
Cnlcaso Nlles and ."San J05e.....
3.43
tß.2opHayward.
7.03
16-20P Vallejo, Port Costa, Benicla, Sut>
Sacramento
snn.
11.23
04}QpEastern
Kxpress—
Omana. ChtcMO,
'
Denver. Kansas City. St. Loola,
Martinez, Stockton, Sacramrnto,
,
Montello,
Reno, Sparks.
Ogden
12.48P
w-20pHayward. 2ille» and San Jose
a.ia»
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Elmlra,
Dlxon,
nlcla. Saisan.
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pah, GolUfleldandKeeier
Mondays and 'Thursdays
at I i/.4oPPortCo*ta. Martinez. Bjron,TracT, "74J8A
9 Leaves m.
Sl»ep<r«.
v."lth
and
|B
M9:30 a.
Diners
~i
Modesto. Merced. Fresno
|7'4oPTosemlte and Marlpora Big Trees 12.03P
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(via rUrmond-Wawona Route)..
8.43
:
7-4flpValleJo. Sunday only
:'..:• V ..i other Santai Fe Trains t
8-20POregoa &California Express— Sao- 1123
Stockton,
Merced,
Fresno,
7:30 a.m.
To
Marys
Redding,
.'
vllle.
Hanford, Vlsalia and Bake
9:30 a. m.
' ramento.
"rsPortland. Pnget Sound and East. > 8.43
8:00 p. m.
field.i9.oo?Harward, NUes and San Joso (Sun:4:00 p. m.
For Stockton
and
Intermediate
day
0n1y).....
t11.48A
Points.- ,,.%:
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m
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LINE OUrroir tiaa B«).
COAST
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(Poot of Market Street.)
ra Railway.
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7:30 a. m.
Direct Connection for Tosemtte S 7.45 Santa Crus Excursion (3 an day
9 :30 a. m.
»
Valley and BljTrees.""
only)
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a.
m.
For
Kansas City, Grand Canyon
t»
B.lsAsewark. Centervllle, San Joso, '9-18P
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8:00 p. m. j ,-and Chicago.
Felton. Boulder Creek, Santa
Thursdays
tMondays and
only.
Crnz and "Way Stattont
B-53i»
.tS.lßAXewark,
Ticket Offices 653 Market st. and Ferry Depot.
Felton, Boulder
San
'
Creek, SantaJose.
;:. t7.695>
San Francisco; also 1112 < Broadway, Oak- )
Cruz
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;also 27 < South First. San Jose." >W.lSp2leT'ark,
Centervllle. San Jose,
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Boul'ler Creek. Santa Cru and
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Principal Way Stations ;....;.... 10.56
4.lBpNewarlc. San Joso, Los Gstos,
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Tlbaron ;Ferry, Foot of Market Street. V4.lSpSatnrday
tS.SSA
snd Sunday for
.Bonlder Creek. Santa CrnzFelton. J8.55A
SAN FRANCISCO
TO'
SAX RAFAEL.
WEEK DATS—7:BO, 8:00. 9 :0O, 12
Uaags).
2:30.
COAST LINE (Broad
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fJT*(Thlrdand Townsend Streets.)
5:10. 5:50.
8:0O, 0:30 a/.m.. 12:35, 2:30, >
EUNDATSt-7:SO,
Way
Stations
' B.loa San Joso and
8.30>
8:10 a:m.'- .\u25a0"\u25a0•:'
t/4)OASan Jose and "Way Stations..
3.4Cp
sAMonterey. Santa Cruz Excursion
SAN RAFAEL TO SAN FRANCISCO.
1 7.l-•
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(Sunday
only)
lO.IOp
WEEK DAYS—6:OO. 7:38. 7:50. 0:20 a. m..
2:40,
,6:20.
p.,ra.
(Taes.,
a.OuAKew Almaden
.12:50.
5:00.
6:20
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SUNDAYS— fI:OS. 7:35. .7:50. 9:20 a. m.. 2:40.
San Ardo. Paso Robles. Santa
4:50. 5:
00. B :20.' fl:20. -.7:50. ,7 :
58 p. m.
Margarita, San Luis Oblspo,
Gnadalnpe, :Gaviota, Santa BarI .Arriv».Leavev • j "\u25a0.* ln,Effect
*
bara. San Buenaventura, Oxaard,
San Fran. |August iT. 1908. | San Fran.
Barbank, Los Ange1e5.
10.30*
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I.OOA Gllroy. Uolllster, Castrovlllo, Del
-,j days.
jDays.
|
|Days.
tlon.
»• Monte. Pacific- Grove, Surf,
Idays. |
Lompoo
.;! 7:SOa
I
9.00 Saa Joso. Tres Plnos, Watsonvllla, 10-30^
7:80 a 8:00 a
8:40 a8:40
Capitols. Santa Cruz, Paclfta
Ignado.
8:00 a '9:30 a
10:20 a 10:20 a
Grove. Salinas. San Lais Oblipo
,
4.lQp
2:80 p 2:30 p
6:00 p 6:20 p
and Principal Way Stations......
p 5:10 p
5:10
6:20 p 7:20 p tfl-OOALos Gatos. Wright,Boulder Creek,
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7:20 p
via Santa Clara and Karrow
-' : >>. ;l "
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Gaage....
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: 8:50 p
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10.30 San Joso and Way Stations
1.20P
Napa.
8:00 at 8:00 al
I8:40 at 8:40 a 11.30aSan Jose and Way Stations
7.40P
:
s:lopr-s:lop|;
|0:20 p| 6:20 p 2.1 5p San Joso and Way Stations..
836
Express—
Clara,
Monto
Santa
,'
-7:80« 7:30 a ;
8:40 al 8:40 a tS-OOPDe!San Jose, Wattonvllle, Santa
'Del Monte, Monteroy
Novato,
8:00 a 8:00 a
10:20 a 10:20 a
Crux,
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Petaluma
6:20 p 6:20 p
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S:10p
Santa •RossJ"^ 8:50 p
Santa Crnz. via Santa Clara and
Narrow Oango...Trr:7.'j7;rr.vn..
10 48a
7:80 a 7:30 a .'
10:20 a 10:20 a
Ban *Franclaco. San Jose,
8-30 P:South
7:20p 6:20p
8:00 a 8:00 a Fulton.
Gllroy,!
Holllster. Tres Plnos,
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p
Watsonvllle,Capltola.SantaCraz,
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2:80
2:30
8:50
7:20
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Windsor,
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Healdsburg.
7:80 a 7:80 a
10:20 a 10:20 a 15.00pSanta
Clara, San Joae, Los U»tos, +7.55
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18-30P San Joso aadPriaclpalWty
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6-45P Sunset Expres*—Kodwo o d, 'Saa J9.404
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Jose,
Salinas,
Gllroy.
Paso
Hopland
7:80 al 7:30 al
110:20 a(10:20 a I
Robles, San Luis Oblspo. Santa
2:80 p| 2:30 p| 'and Uklah/ |7:20 pj 7:20 p 1
Barbara,* Los Angeles, Domtnt, "
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El Paso, Kew0r1e5n5 ......;..... J.lrta
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8.45PE1 Paso, Kansas City, St. .Louis, *
|T;2O pf T:2op
7:80 a| 7:Bo af
Sherwood.
Chicag0.......;;;..;.........-.—..
lO^Op
MBPFaJircWatsoaville, Capltola,
al 9:00 al Qutmevlll* and 110:20 a|10:20 a
.9:00
Santa Crnz. Castr ovule, • Del I±10.1 09
;2:30 p[ 2:30 p| Camp /Vacation. I8:50 p| 6:20 p
Monte, Pacific Grove....
f tiOJOp
Beresford, Belmont,
tt»lspSan
v8:00a 8:00 a •
8:40 a8:40
' Ban;Mateo,
Carlos, Redwood. Fair Oaks,
6:10 p 9:30 a
6:00 p 6:20 p
MenloPark. PaJo A1t0 ...;.
.-;:,-: B:10p \ Glen Ellen.
8:50p
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B.3opSaa Joso and Way 5tati0n5.. ......;"" 8.38
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Altoand Way Stations ...;.. 10.16
37:80 ap 7:30
/
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SebastopoL
p
2:30 p
FrancUco,
Mlllbrae,
2:80
.7:20
G:2od
J
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San
BurII
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= 5:10 p 5:10 p
llngame. -San Mateo. Belmont,
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connect ;\u25a0 at Santa Roaa for • White
Menlo Park and Palo A1t0.:......
f1,45r»
;Mark West Springs • at
Surphur iSprings ;and
Saturdays onlyfor Mayfleld. Moan- 'C^
191
11J0P
Fulton for Burke 9 Sanitarium; at Lytton for
View, Sunnyvale, Lawrence,
tain
J at Z Oeyservllle for
Lytton .;Springs;
.Santa Clsra and San Jose
Skarvs
t t9 45p
?at •Clorerdale for
Springs ;
the :Geysers, Boone-"
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OAKLAND
HARBOR CRRY
vllleIand :Oreenwopd ;
Jat iHopland
for
fcrirl¥
<FootofMarßetSt.)
Springs.'? Highland I
Springs, .;Kelseyvllle.Duncan
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aw
Carlsa.m.
9.00 a.m. 11.00 a.m.
bad Springs, t Soda :Bay; Lakeport and Bartlct • t7.15
1.00 p.m. 3.00 p.m. S.IS P. w,
Bprlngs ;at Ukiah for
' Vichy>Springs, s Saratcia
" A rMoraln
Springs, i
Blue Lakes. Laurel iDell 'Lake.
P *or Afternoon,
Witter
i
Bprings.XUpper < Lake,'- Pomor Potter Valley
tSanday excepted.
tSanday only.
•Monday only.,
;Hullvllle, Orr's Hot '
John Day's.
Springs.. Halfway -House, rComptche.t Hopkins
fDally,and stops at all stations on Snnday.
Mendoclno < City,jFort ;Bragg, Westport " Usal •
at .Wllllts for Hearst and Sawyer; at'Sherwood
for..Westport; ;Cahto»:Covelo. Laytonville.
Cum- i
mlns, ,*,Bell's Springs. Harris, Olsens
Dyer
Garbcrvllle, -;Pepperwood. iCamp's, Scotia and
Eureka. 7 '.'WIfnMBBMBMt''
J> Saturday. to Mpnday round-trip tlcksts at re,>>?-\u25a0...
duced rates.
.On, Sunday*— Round-trip
tickets to all points
'
beyond :San Rafael at halfiratss."
1 Ticket office,-;: 650 Market •
street. Chronicle*
building.
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R.X. RYAN,
Via Sausalltu Ferry.
:% Gen." Manager. -\
Gen." Pass. Agt.\u25a0-: iSUBURBAN SERVICE. STANDARD
'
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.;:Depart week days and Sundays at 1:0o (cxcept Sunday) -7:45 -3:25 0:10.^9:30^*11:00 a.
Railway I
lm.;.
•-*:."»,
5:13.;
1:45.-;
12:20.
3:15.
5:30. 6:3U.
'- TUX DATS
7:15.\8:(XX*1O:15 andll:3s-p. m.
;,For Fairfax,..week days— 7 :
43 a. m.. 3 :
13 pi.
2- Mm
WIW Leave S. F. 9:30 a m3:56,
1:45 r m
(Saturdays
only);;
daily
except
5:15 p.:m.~:
ArriveS. F.10:45 Am
6:2U ru m.
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Saturday and Sunday; Sundays and holiday*^
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T:«c9:loim'.©O a. m. .1:45 p.m. v.
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ra Ar.S. P. 11:25 ru:
THROUGH TRAINS.T:45 a.' m. dally—Cazadero and-wa'y station*.
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3:15 -p.' m.; "Saturdays only For Caiadero,
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5:13 p. m. daily (except Saturday and Sua..
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