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THE MOKNTNTG OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.
There was not Terr awieh of Interest ta the
market situation yesteraaa. Wheat was -weak--
with a ery light aaorcaavent. In the produce
market even the heavy ratn which eoeaston
aUy put In an aaaearaace tailed to bald back
aupplie of potatoes, bat there was bo nottee
abie weeJratag ta price. Reootpts at eggs -were
iager than they have bee at any time before
this season and ectae dealers were offering to
ciean up stock in round tote at 1414e, wKh r
aingte case diaagtag at tte per doaea. Butter
la east on aoooatnt at mate OaHtenria etoek of
fering Poultry 1b atttot. wKh reeetpts Mgfet
Spokane .......... ......... l,ax
Grata, KleHr, Etc
There was a weaker tone to the wheat mar
kets yesterday, and bnatticaa was on a restrict
ed scale The pripas paid test week seem to
h&i ixieened up enough wheat to satisfy the
demands of the exporters sor the present, and
most of them are helping their Units down be
luw lat week's price. WaUa Walla can be
worked at Mc, and Tatter at Se for best
graiE, -with some eaawtera aaotsng lc under
lh figures. Ma apt oat to easy at He. There
is nothing new in freights except a May ship
t&ken at 40s.
"IS heat "Kails, Watta. BOtiie: Valley. 53c;
tluostem, Ste per bwehel.
1 1 u -Best gnaaee. Jft V8; graham, $2 DO;
e-uiie-fi" $2 W par barrel.
als Mhlte. WtJMc; gray. SG4c; stained.
20620c per btMbtl.
Urle Feed. $141C; brewing, ?171S pet'
MlIlstutTe Am, $MM per ton; nsMdttngs.
?164rl0 shorts, $1K, shoe, $14.
Kii Steady, thnothy. $9U; etever. $7
7 Co, Oregon wild hay, $47 per ton.
Vegetables, Fmit, Btc
Vegetables Parsnips, $1. carrots, $1; turnips.
8Y , onions, $1 80 2 per cental; cabbage,
iV per pound, potatoes, BGCWc per cental;
roeet potatoes, aqgHc per pound.
rrult Lemons, $x 6S. oranges. $2 763
per bur for navel, pt for seedlings; tangerines,
$1 75, Japanese oranges, 7oeft 60 per box;
I neapples, $4 BOOe per dosen, bananas, $S M
a 3 per bunch. Persian dates, 76c per pound,
1W'- fl 160. poars, 76c$l 26 per box;
crar. lorries, f 607 per barrel for llwaco,
J7 7$H9 for Eastern
Dried fruit Apples, evaporated. 7 9 8c pet
poutu!, sun-dried, sacks or boxes, 46c. pears,
sun and evaporated. HGc, plums, pttlees, 4fl
tV prunes, Italian, S98Hc, stiver, extra
ct toe, 5 c, flge, Smyrna, SSftc; California
Mack. 6fe0c, do white. 10c per pound.
Batter, Bggs Penltry, Etc.
Butter Fancy crcamory. G06&c; seconds. 42
J40. , dairy, KnfSTKc. store, SofJKKc per roll.
Ljrgs 141Sc per dosen ror Oregon.
I ojltry Chickens, mixed. f4, heas. ?4
4 rx , ducks, Xft, geese. f7 per doaen; tur-ktA-,
live, 10iic. dressed, 1214c per pound.
Gfl me Mallard ducks, $8; widgeon, $1 BQ2,
tea . $lgl 25 per doaen.
Clieese Full cream, twins, UKic: Tettas
Amenta, 14c per
Greocrics, A'ats, Etc.
Coffee Mocha. 2Sl3ec. Java, fancy. 399326;
Jin a, good, SotfMc. Java, ordinary. lSS0c.
i"osta Kica, fanc. 18ac. do good, lfteiSc, do
ordinary, 1019c per pound; Oaiumbla, roast,
$12 75 per case; Arbuckte's, $14 28; Lion,
ugar Cube. J 86; erushed, $6 86; pow
dered, $5 86, dry gvanutatod. eane, ?5 88; beet,
45 25. extra C. ft 86. golden C. $4 72 net.
balf barrels, e more than barrels, mapW
sugar, 16fflc per pound.
Beans Small white, M&c; bayou. 4c; Lima. 8c
Sa.mon Columbia rtvor. 1-pound tails, $1
1 6i, 2 -pound tnlla, itM; laney. 1-pountf
flats, $1 601 78. -pound fancy flats, 8649Kc,
Alaska. 1-pound talk. $1 2l M; 2-pound tails,
$1 (Ks2 25
Grain bags-Calcutta, $?7 10 per 109.
Nuts Peanuts. s7c per pound for raw, 101
for roasted, cocoanuts, 99c per doses; walnut
10011c per pound; pine nute. 16c; hickory nuts,
7c besviiuts, 18c. .Bra ell, lie, Mberte, 16c;
tancy ptHMM. J&miei atsMBde. 18 9 17V par
oal oil Oases, Ste per galton; barrel
17c, tanks, 18H&
Rice Island, Me, Japan. Se; New Orleans,
Vrfl5c. fancy bend. f7y7 M per saek.
Meat RRtl FravisieBB.
Mutton Oross, best sheep, wethers and ewes,
Mi I 25, dressed mutton, 7f?c per pound.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy. 8. light, $4 59;
dressed, 6c per pound
Beef Gross, top steena, $44 K; cows, fB M
454 dressed beef, Ato97c per pound.
A cal Large, 7CSe per pound; small, 8G
Trot istone Portland pack tBhleld brand):
Hams, smoked, are quoted at Mttc per pound;
I f-nlc hams, c per pound, breakfast baoon,
!-. Mrc bacon, Wc. backs, 9c, dr salt stdea,
t v , dried beef, ITc par pound, lard, 6-pound
ptiiis, 10c, M-pound pails. c. Ms, c;
tier w, uVsc per pound. Eastern pack (Ham
mnde) Hams, large, 18c; medium, ISHc;
snii.ll ISfkC picnic name. c; shouldere. DWc:
VrenkfaMt bacon. 12ic drj mK sids 8W'.
bo. n slde 10V4c. backs, 10c. butts, fee. lard.
put. Vaf. kettle rendered, 6, lOKc 10s, 10a
Reps, AVeel. Hides, Etc.
Hops 398c per pound.
Tv ool alley. MtT 8c for eoan, lSoe for
best Eastern Oregon, Sl4c; mohair. 27Oftc
I - pound
t c skins- 4earltngs, lftJ0c; short-wool, 2J
tutr- , medium-wool, 8H80l. long-wool. Mcl
1'e U Boar sMns. each, as to slae. $61S;
cubs each fl08. banger, each, 10014c; wild
ce. 2540r, homieoat, &9 lOc, fox. common
gr j 4H4iOUc, do rod. ft Ml 76; do eross, f2 66
. ljnx, $1 JS M. mink. 8cfl ; mar
t - uark Northsjt,4f. do pAfejfM. fl 28
3 n uskrat. S 12c skunk.TahOc, otter
r i f4(r. panther, with head and daws per
f ' (163, raccoon. 2800c, wolf, mountain,
v h lieud perfect, $X 808. wolverine, ?2 SOffG,
1 ier skin, targe, j7, do medium, per
tk i J45. do small, per skin, l2. do kits,
It skn, frlcO$l.
Tu w-5tJV4; Mo. 2 and grease. 84c pet
In :e-lrj" hMtos, Mo. 1, 10 pounds and up
vsr.i 1516Vic; drr ktp. No, 1, 6 to 1 pounds,
3'" nr Kund, dry oatt. Me. 1, under 6 pounds,
1 i'i0t ir' saktoi, sne-tWrd less than dry
f t salted hidna, sound steers, OS pounds and
oc- Wc. do 80 to M pounds. fcKc. da
tandcr IVu ixtunds and oows. 7M0?t3c. kip. is to 3
I- ur 74c, ns voat, to 14 pounds, THc;
Jo cu f, under 10 r aunOa, Tifre: green (unsalt-sl).
1 er P'und toss, culls (buUs, Mags, moth
eaiT, ludly cut. soared hair slipped, weather
btaten or grubb), one-third less.
C YORK STOCK MARKET.
General Public Still Heldlng Aloof
NH YORK. Psh. St. Speoulative opinion
showed kiflf today rathr unseotled and doubt
ful, as reileted b the nperattans of profes
oknal traders The news of the nay, so far as
it afte ied aiues of securities, was aU favor
able but it failed to attract any demand for
eU ks frm the general public This Induced
a spirit of caution among professional opera
tors about taking on targe lines of stook. In
Ww of the doubtful market afforded for re
allsinc The beam were inclined to make over
tures, encouraged by this tfouhtfut spirit. ut,
while they sucoeeded In forcing torse destines
in a few special stocks, they fatted to Induce
any general Mauldatlon The undertone of the
market was dtsttncUy Arm. and the opening
gains, which wre generally wiped nut, were
. largvly recovered In the final dealings.
London was uteposed to buj stocks hero, and
1 ile the oteme of buying was not important,
the tendency was oowkJmwJ to be so. In view
ct the oonton the exchange market and
the approaching loan for war purposes to be
placed by tho British government. The ten
den y of railroad stocks was upward at the
start and there was special strength whore
reports showed a high level of earnings. South
em Railway wns the most notable addition to
dai to the large game tor the second week to
Pebruar) its tncrmst over last year's similar
penod being no tow than 48 per cent. The
Southern group generally showed the btneat
of this mcroase. Last week's eastbound ship
ment from Chlcao scUpsae: aU previous records
and stimulated the railways generally. The
yearly report f th Dotownra, Lfcawanna &
Western gave an tmanaui! to the anthraehVe
grviup in whtoh W undine nsst preferred tod,
Laokawanna iuln1nt am rmtTlng.
The net rasntt uf the yonts nparattons hr
tbto road ma a tuiptnn sOtor dtHdoudu of
$1,007,173, against a deficit last year of $508,
W8. This result was achieved In spite of the
large decrease in gross earnings (not less than
bslf of -which Is due to the decline in (the re
turns for transportation of coal) by a cutting
down of the cost' of conducting traneportatiOD,
of over $2,000,000. And In the miscellaneous
lneome the earnings from the coal department
were Increased some $2,63U,2GC The weakness
of Third Avenue,- which fell an extreme OM.
ex-dividend, and of People's Gas, which lest
1. were the unsettling influences in the mar-
iket. The late strength In the coalers and a
suotlen rise of 2 per cent In St. Louis &.
Santa-western preferred induced the late re
covery in prices were reached the best In many
years. The call money mancet continued easy.
Railroad bonds were in good demand at ad
vancing pricec Total aales, $1,770,000. United
States new 4a and Cs advanced in the "bid
IT. 6. 2s, reg.... ..103 Gen. Electric 03...116
do 3s. reg 109 N. Y. Central 1st 109
do 3b, coupon. ...10OH Northern Pacific 3s 67
do new 4s, reg...mi do 4s 108
do new 4s, caup.l34& Oregon Nav. lsts.,110
do old 4s, reg. .Uo do 4s 101
do old 4s, coup..ll5Vi Oregon S. I te...l2T
do 5s, reg 113 do con. 6s 113
do Da coupon. ...113 Rio Gr. "West. lsts. 9"
Diet, of CoL 3-05S.118 ' St. Paul consols...lG7
Atohtem adj. 4a.. 82. St. P. C. & P. Iatall8
tiX.TV. con. 7sl41i do 5s 120H
do S. P. deb. fcs.120 i Union. Pacific 4a...l04
D. & R. G. lstfl...l0flVihvi8. Central lsta. 01
do 4a CSVil
The total sales of stocks today were 340,000
shares. The closing quotations were:
do pref 63:
Bait. & Ohio 62!
Can. Pacific 05?.
Can. Southern ... 47
Cbes. & Ohio 29S(,
Chi. Gr. Western.. 13
C, B. & Q 123V-
Union Pacific B0
do pref '6
do pref 21
Wheeling & L. E.. 10
rtn M nret 27
Wisconsin Central. 18;
P. C. C. & St. L.. i0
Chi.. Ind. & L 18i
qo prei oi
Chi. & Bast. 111... 92
United States 40
c & N. w 161
C. R. I. &. Pac....lOSWWells-Fargo 123
C a. a & St. L. 60V illSCELLANEOUS.
Colo. Southern ... 5,Amer. Cotton Oil.. 33
do 1st pref 43; do pref &
do 2d pref lBi'Amer. Malting ..... 6
Del. & HudaMj....ll5i do pref 25
Del.. Lack. & W..183:Amer. Smelt. & R. 40
Denver & Rio Gr. 1S do pref 00
do prof 72IAmer. Spirits 2
isne izri ao prei
do 1st nref . ..... 37
Amer. Steel Hoop. 46
Great North, pref.157
flocking- Coal 16
Hooking Valley .. 34
do pref H
Amer. Steel & W. 6S
do pref .- 03
Amer. Tin Plate... 34
Illinois Central ...113
Iowa Central 13'
I An nref ,. 82
do pref CI (Amer. Tobacco ...100
Can. C. P. & G.. 12) do pref 135
Lake Erie & W... 21
Anaconda Mln. Co. 404
Colo. Fuel & Iron. 4o-fc
Brooklyn R. T 73
do pref 83
Lake Shore ......194 j
Louis. &. Nash.... S2
Oont. Tobacco 33
Manhattan El .... 97
do pref N
Met. St. Ry 178.Federal Steel 55
Mexican Central.. 12 , do pref 74
Minn. & St. Louis 62, General Electric ..12.
do iref 82
Glucose Sugar bZYi
Missouri Pacific .. 40
Mobile & Ohio 42
do pref 100
Int. Paper .. 22
M.. K. &T 10!
do pref oa
do wef 32iLa Clede Gas 76
New Jersey Cent..ll7'National Biscuit .. ST
New York Cent.iaafci do pref 02i
Norfolk & West... 31 National Lead .... 24
do pref 734 do prf 106
Northern Pacific .. 53. National Steel .... 4$
do pref 74j fio pref 95
Ontario & West... 25 IN. T. Ait Brake.,.125
O. R. & N... 42 North American .. 14
do pref 76 IPaelflc Coast 50
Pennsylvania ....134 do let pref 83
Reading 18. do 2d pref 0S
do 1st pref 'Paclflc Mail 37
do 2d pref 28?i People's Gas 102
Rio Gr. Western.. 48 Pressed Steel Car.. K
do pref 87 do pref 80
St. Louis & S. Fr. 10 Pullman Pal. Car.l8T
do lot prof OS Istand. Rope & Twr'' 7
do 2d pref 35iSugar 112
St. Louis & S. W. 12, do pref ..liz
do nref 3Ufc
Teniu Coal & Iron. 100
U. S. Leather 16
do pref 75
U. S. Rubber 33
do pref 05
Western Union ... 83
St. Paul ..123j
do pref 171i
St. Paul & 0 115
Southern Pacific .. 30
Southern Ry 12
do nref 57
Republic Iron & S. 24
Texas & Pacific... 16
do prei ua
Money, Exchange, Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20. Sterling on Lon
don, CO dajs, $4 85; do sight, $4 8S.
Silver bars COc
Mexican dollars 184Sc.
Drafts Sight, 15c; telegraph, 17c
NEW YORK, Feb, 20. laoney on call, 22
per cent; laot loans, 2 per cent; prime mer
cantile paper, 45 per cent; sterling exchange,
easier, with actual business in bankers' bills
at $4 87f4 87 for demand, and at $4 84
for CO days; .posted rates, $4 85 and $4 SS;
commercial bills, $4 83f4 83.
Silver certificates 50Gitc.
Bar slher 60c
Mexican dollars 47c.
Bonds Goiemment, strong; etate, InactHe;
LONDON, Feb. 20. Consols, 100 13-16.
Foreign. Flnancinl A'ews.
NEW YORK. Feb 20. The Commercial Ad
vertiser's London financial cablegram says.
The markers here were very weak today, be
cause of the end of the a ount; but the tone
V.&6 distinctly cheerful, and the close was at
the best, although the news of General Buller'o
occupation of Colenso was not known before
the end of the session. Paris was strong, but
Berlin ceased to take any hand In the deal
ings Americans opened well above parity,
London buying more briskly than It has done
for a considerable time. The favorites were
Norfolk & Western and Louls llle -& Nash Hie.
The bank bought 0000 in German coin, 8000
in bars and 50,000 came in from Denmark.
The Cape took 10,000. Call toans were in good
London Stock Market.
LONDON, reb. 20. Canadian Pacific, 101;
Union Pacific preferred, 78; Northern Pacific
preferred. 70. Atchison, 21; Grand Trunk,
SO, ; Anaconda, V
THE GRAIX MARKETS.
Prices for Cereals In American and
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20. Wheat, easy.
Barley, quiet. Oat, dull.
Spot quotations were:
Wheat No. 1 shipping, 07c; choice, 0S4c;
milling, $11 01.
Barley Feed, 7070c; brewing. 77S2c
Oats Gray. Oregon, $1 071 12; milling,
$1 154K 17; red, fl 121 20.
Call board sales:
Wheat Easy; May, Wc; cash, 0Sc
Cora Large yellow, $1 021 05.
Xcvr York Grain and Prodnce.
NEW YORK, Feb. 20. Flour Receipts, 20,
859 barrels; exports, 18.327. Market quiet; Min
nesota patents, $3 854 15; winter straights,
$8 40 OS.
Wheat Receipts, 27.000 bushels; exports, 23,
00. Spot, weak; No. 2 red, 76c elevator. Op
tions opened easy, and were weak most of the
day because of a c cut In freight rates be
tween here and the West. Closed weak at
o net decHne. March closed at 70c; May closed
Clilcogro Grain, Prodnce. Etc.
CHICAGO. Feb. 20. All the strength which
characterized the clcee In wheat jesterday had
disappeared before the opening of regular trad
ing todaj. Early cables were a disappointment,
showing but a slight response at the opening
at the advance here yefierday, and even thia
soon disappeared. Besides this, the cash ue
mand was exceedingly light. Shortly after
the opening a realizing movement developed,
and selling pressure from this source was soon
Increased bj- weakness in wi, the result being
a material decline from yesterday's closing
figures. The liquidating rooement was of
short duration, and the demand not Improving,
trading became dull almost to stagnation, re
maining so almost to the close, with prices in
Seme lmproement In tone was created by
the decrease In the worWs visible, where an
Increase was expected br most traders, but no
realty Important buying followed the postirg
f the figures. The Southwest reported a good
oash demand, with farmers hauling to market
on a large scale. Mai irfccst opened at 6bc,
a decline ot 0c sold at 6Sc declined to
076Tlfcc and closed -Jst-H-c lower, at ftSc.
There was a broad and active market for
oors. prices changing rapidly, though trade
was not wide. On a decline a good speculative
demand developed, and ultimately part of the
decline was recovered, the market closing
fairly steady after showing considerable nerv
ousness, at times. May closed tfc lower,
Oats were duH and weak. May closed sHc
lower, at 23e.
A fairly good trade was dose in praylEions.
arly la the day pvlces eccHned eomewaat la
sympathy with lower yard prices for hogs and
liberal receipts, pork especially showing weak
ness, under .short seHinc;. ite In the session
the Improved tone In corn helped provisions,
and prices recovered the early Iocs. May pork
closed a shade lower, May lard unchanged and
ribs 2c higher.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Close.
May ?O0S $06S $067 OS.
July 08 0S CSg 6S53
May 35 35 35 3&M
July 35 83 35 35
May 23 23i 23 23
July 22 22 22 22
May 1000 1102 1000 1100
July 10 02 1102 10 02 1102
May 6 05 6 07 6 02 GC5
July 612 617 612 617
May .. 000 005 600 605
July 600 605 600 605
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 3 spring, 668c; No. 2 red, 70
Corn No. 2, 34c
Oats No. 2, 28623c; No. 2 white, 25
20c. No. 3 white. 2520c
Flaxseed No. 1, $1 GO.
Timothy seed Prime, $2 402 43.
Mess pork $9 0010 05 per bbl.
Lard-45 875. 05 per cwt.
Short ribs Sides, loose, f5 S56 IB.
Shoulders Dry salted, bcxed, $6 25C CO.
Short clear sides $6 056 10.
Butter Firm; creamery, 1724c; dairy, 15
Cheese Firm, 1213c.
Eggs Firm; fresh, 13e.
' Receipts. Shipments
Flour, barrels 57,000 33,000
Wheat, bushels 63,000 6.000
Corn, bushels 611,000 143,000
Oats, bushels 408.000 102,000
Rye, bushels 10,000
Barley, bushels .,. 8S.000 21,000
Available Grain Supplies.
NEW YORK, Feb. 20. Special cable and tel
egraphic dispatches to Bradstreet's show the
following changes In the available supplies since
the lost account:
Wheat, United States and Canada, east
of the Rockies, decrease 858,000
Liverpool Corn Trade News, afloat for
and In Europe, Increase ...100,000
Total supply decrease 758,000
Corn, United States and Canada, east of
the Rockies, Increase 489,000
Oats do. Increase 352,000
Among the more Important Increases re-"
ported, not given in the official visible-supply
statement, are those ot 87,000 bushels at
Rochester, 76,000 bushels at Lincoln, 63,000
bushels at Newport News and 60,000 bushels at
The principal decreases re those of 300,000
bushels at Northwestern Interior elevators and
125,000 bushels at Manitoba storage point
The aggregate stocks ot wheat held at Port
land, Tacoma and Seattle Increased lll.OM
bushels last week.
European Gralxr Markets.
LONDON, Feb. 20. Wheat Cargoes oft coast,
nothing doing1; cargoes on passage, quiet and
steady; English country markets, quiet.
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 20 Wheat, dull; wheat
In Paris, dull; flour in Paris, weak; French
country markets, weak. Wheat Futures closed
dull; March, 5s lOd; May, 5s 9d; July, 6s
9d. Spot, dull; No. 1 California, 6s 4da
5d. Spot, American mixed, new, steady, 3s
8d; old, steady, 3s Od. Futures, quiet; Febru
ary, 3s 8d; March, 3s8d; May, 3s 8d.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20. Wool Spring
Nevada, 12J15c; Eastern Oregon, 1216c; do
Valley. 20J22c. Fall "Northern, mountain, 103"
12c; mountain, 810c; plains, 810c; Humbolit
and Mendocino, 1517c per pound.
Hops 1899 crop, ll13c for choice.
Mlllstuffs Middlings, $17 50(&.'20; bran, $12
13 per ton.
Hay Wheat, ?C 509 60 per ton; wheat and
oat. $6 B09; barley, $57-- alfalfa. $097 00;
clover. $78 per ton; straw. 30845c per bale.
Potatoes Early Rose. 85g90c; river Burbanks,
C075c; Salinas Burbanks, S0c$l 10; Oregon
Burbanks, 75c?l 10 per sack; sweets, $1 75ft
1 85 per cental.
Onions $1 752 25 per cental.
Citrus fruit Mexican litres, $45; common
California lemons, 75c$l B0; choice, $1 7531
Tropical fruit Bananas, $1 CO $ 2 50 pet
bunch; pineapples, nominal.
Apples $11 25.
Butter Fancy creamery, 23c; do seconds, 21
22c; fancy dairy, 1020c; do seconds, 1718c;
pickled, 22J24c; flrkln. 2i(J22c per pound.
Cheese New, 10llc: Eastern. 1017o pet
pound; Young America, !llc; Western,
134314c per pound.
Eggs Store. 13150 ; Eastern, cold storage,
nominal; ranch, 17c per dozen.
Receipts Flour, quarter sacks, 1400; wheat,
centals, 1380: barley, centals, 2110; beans,
sacks, 500; potatoes, sacks, 3775; do Oregon,
411; bran, sacks, 100; hay, tons, 203; wool,
bales, 150, hides, 105.
CHICAGO, Feb. 20. Cattle Good to choice
nathe steers about steafly, others slow to 10c
lower, good to choice, $5 205 73; poor to me
dium, $44 75; mixed stockers, $3 -1063 SO; se
lected feeders, $4 254 80, good to choice cows,
$3 404 40; heifers, $3 404 00, canners, ?220
2 00; bulls, $2 G0g4 25; cahes, $4 &08; fed
Texas beeves, $45.
Hogs Market weak; top, $5 02; mixed and
butchers, $4 80ig5; good heavy, $4 905 02;
rough heavy, $4 754 S3; light, $4 654 90;
bulk of sales, $4 854 95.
Sheep and lambs Market a:ow to lOo lower;
native wethers, $4 &55 75: Western wethers,
4 75?C G5; natle lambs, $55 70; Western
lambs, $5 7G6 85.
Receipts Cattle, S500; hogs, 30,000; sheep,
OMAHA, Feb. 20. Cattle Receipts. 4300.
Market slow, 10c lower; native beef steers, $4
C DO; Western steers, $3 8061 CO, Texas steers,
$8 O04 20; cows and heifers, $3 25g4 25; can
ners, $2 256 25; stockers and feeders, $3 25
9; calves, $47; bulls and stags, ?3f4 10.
Hogs Receipts, S500. Market 510c lower;
heavy, $t 774 85; mixed, $4 75 4 77;
light, $4 702-4 75; bulk of rfales, $4 77.
Sheep Receipts, 4600. Murket strong; lambs,
$5 500 75.
KANSAS Cnr, Feb. 20. Cattle Receipts,
7000. Market steady; Texas steers, $3 254 75;
Texas cows, ?36 00; nitive steers, $45 40;
native cows and heifers, ?30 75; bulls, $3 20
J 90. v
Hogs Receipts, 12,000. Market weak, 7c
lower; bulk of sales, $4 704 80; heavy. $4 80
4 S3; packers. $4 671 82; mixed, $4 62
4 80; light, $4 0O- 75; Yorkers, ?4 70 4 70;
pigs, $4 104J4 00.
Sheep Receipts, 3000. Market strong; lambs,
$5 0O4J0 15; muttons, $3 505 50.
The Meta'l Markets.
NEW YORK, Feb. 20 General sentiment in
the -metal market was depressed by unsatisfac
tory cables, particularly regarding tin. Advices
from the London market were decidedly, unsat
isfactory, and the local market declined from
yesterday's quotations (f32 5032 75) to $31 33
61 00. The market was quite nominal at the
decline. The demand for copper continued
slack, leaving quotations more or less nominal
at unchanged figures. PIg-ron warrants, dull;
lake copper. ?16 26; spelte, dull, $4 604 65;
lead. $4 704 75. The firm that fixes the sell
ing price for miners and smelters quotes lead
at $4 45 at the close. Bar silver, 50c
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20. Bar silver, 00c
LONDON, Feb. 20. Bar silver. 27d.
Boston AVool Market.
BOSTON, Feb. 20. There la a moderate de
mand for wool, together with a. continued call
for quarter-blood domestics, and territory wools
as a whole have not been called for so much,
although there are buyers, In plenty that would
take part. If they could find lots which thej
think are bargains. Fleece wools are nominal,
but no indication of weakness is shown. Quotations-Territory
wools Montana and Dakota, fine
medium and fine, 2224c; scoured, C2C5c,
staplfe, BSfOc Utah and Wjomlng. fine me
dium and fine, 1922c; scoured, G003c. staple
O&tJOSc Idaho, fine medium, and tine. lSffifx.,
scoured, 6063c. medium and fine, 20f23c,
Australian wools, scoured basis, spot prices
Combing, euperflne, 9sf!$5c.
Coffee and Scs-nr.
NEW TOR&. JFelL 2o-Gofiee OdUocis dcaad
barely ts4j- Kt CIO points decline; Riles,
I - ' CULLISON & CO. j
I Wheats Stock Brokers j
DIRECT WIRES TO Ncw York Stock Exchange
1 ' Chicago Board of Trade
SECOND FLOOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
S. S. GEO. W. ELDER, ' S. SI NOME CITY
The above first-class steamers will sail every 10 days
during the season for Cape Nome, York and ,St. Michael
and Yukon river points, t, , , , , ,
First .Sailing, May '15.-- '
FOR RATES AND INFORMATION APPXT TO
F. P. BAUMGARTNER,
W. A. Mitchell & Co., General Agents,
13,750 bags, including May at $7 25; September,
$7 357 40; December, $7 507 55. Spot, Rio,
dull; No. 7, Invoice1, 8 ll-10c; No. 7, Jobbing,
9 3-lCc. Mild, quiet; Cordova, 1013c
Sugar Raw, dull.
THE SMELTING OF ORES.
Limits Within Whicli Profit Mny Be
PORTLAND, Feb. 20. (To the Editor.)
My attention Is called to an article In
the Spokane Review entitled, "Smelter at
Portland," which requires some little ex
planation and correction.
The article seems to have been Inspired
by an article appearing in The Oregonian
a few days ago. "When your reporter
called on me for an Interview, I was quite
busy and only answered a few of his ques
tions, but my understanding was, that
after writing it up, he would call ugain
and submit It to me for correction; but
Instead, I saw It published with some very
loose and extravagant statements, and
it was my Intention to write you a cor
rect statement, but I neglected to do so.
The Review may not have any fears of a
smelter being established on any such loose
and extravagant statements as appeared
in that article, or any of the capitalists
Investing money on that basis.
I have never met Mr. E. T. Bradford,
and am not Informed fully ot his plans,
but from what I have heard they are
sound and correct. As for ex-Senator
Corbett subscribing $5000 of the stock, I
suppose It was merely given as a starter,
which is quite commendable for a man
that has no experience In mining mat
ters, but when he la better informed as to
Its workings he will be as ready to invest
$100,000 in it, as well as any other business
As for the failures of the two preylous
smelters in Portland, I may say they wQre
failures before they starfed. The one stock
concern on the East Side was launched by
a party of adventurers, with no capital of
their own, and less knowledge of the busi
ness they were undertaking. The one at
Linnton was a real estate boomer.
It is true, that no smelter will be able
to reduce at a profit ores assaying as low
as $4 per ton, but my understanding Is that
ores can and will be smelted here In Port
land at a cost of only $4 per ton. Ot
course, the ores would have to be worth
much more than that to pay any profit
$10 per ton at least.
But the editor of the Review is mistaken
when he says $10 ores cannot be smelted
at a profit in Portland.
We would not. have to rely upon $10 c-res
alone, whilst I would place that at the
limit below which ores could' nbt pay to
mine, transport and smelt.
"We have an abundance of ores which
are worth that much in gold and silver,
but carrying also 10 to 20 per cent in cop
per, which would give a handsome prpfit.
Besides, we have some very rich mines
producing 500 and COO ounces of silver and
$20 in gold per ton.
"While I may admit that the mlneowners
of Coeur d'Alene are paying from $17 to $20
per ton freight and treatment, that Is why
there are so many smelters that do not
smelt. A small smelter of 30 tons capac
ity cannot reduce $10 or $15 ore, while a
large one of 100 to 200 tons daily capacity
can make a profit at smelting at $4 per
ton. and this Is the kind Of smelter that I
understand Mr. Bradford proposes to erect
here one of a very different kind from
those at Trail, Northport and Nelson, and
those which have proved failures ih Port
"Wo have millions and millions of tons of
ore that will not pay to smelt, but we
have also millions and millions of tons
that will, and many mlllons of tons of
low-grade ores which would be made pay
ing ore by sorting out. Respectfully,
J. H. FISK.
Questions on Naturalization,
"WOODBURN, Or., Feb. 18. To the Edi
tor.) The undersigned desires an answer
to tho following:
1. Is an English male born in England
of English parents a legal voter in the
United States provided that before he
reaches the age of 21 his father becomes
a naturalized citizen of the United States?
2. (a) If an American family moves to
England and male children are born, thero
and remain there to the age of 21 or more,
can such males return to the United States
and vote? (b) Can they return under the
age of 21 and vote when their majority is.
reached)? JAMES GOW.
The following, from the United Stages?
revised statutes, will answer the above
Sec. 1993. Children born out of the lim
its and jurisdiction of the United States
whose fathers were, or may bo at the time
of their birth, citizens thereof, are de
clared to be citizens of the United States.
Sec 2172. The children of persons who
have been duly naturalized under any law
of the United States, or who, previous to
the passage of any law on that subject,
by the government of the Untted States,
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tains Great Vital Principle heretofore unknown. Befractory Casos solicited. Confiden
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Church ana taeir followers, f osiurcay1 curt -the wont taxes is eld- and -rojnz arfein? from effects
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?33 WashlriQton St.
may have become citizens of any one of
the states, under the laws thereof, being
under the ago of 21 'years, at the time
of naturalization of their, parents, shall,
if dwelling in the United' States, be con
sidered as citizens thereof, and the chil
dren of persons who now are or have
been citizens of the United States, shall,
though born,, out of the limits and Juris
diction of the Unjted States, be considered
a3 citizens thereof.
Saving: Suggested in the Matter of.
Marketing Dried Francs.
BmVERTON, Or., Feb. 13. (To the Edi
tor.) Allow me space to suggest some
Ideas of interest" to the fruitgrowers of the
Pacific Northwest- There Is a meeting
palled at Portland, March 7 and 8, for the
purpose of organizing an association for
marketing the dried prunes of the Pacific
The first thjng I want to impress upon
the minds of the growers is the amount
paid the commission men to buy our fruit.
As far as I can learn, there was only
one In the state that didn't charge the S
per ce'nt commission for buying, and ha
operated in Salem. According to Dr. J. R.f
Cardwell, president of the state board of
horticulture (and he Is authority), there
were 700 cars of dried prunes shipped
from Oregon in 1898, Estimating 24,00
pounds to a car, gives in all 16,800,000
pounds. Take the average price that
prunes brought in this, the second horti
culture district, which was 3 1-3 cents per
.pound, and it would amount to $560,000
the 5 per cent commission of which would
amount to $28,000; or, in other words, the
prune growers paid th? commission men
$28,000 to get them to buy the dried prunes
of Oregon in 1898. I don't blame the com
mission man for this. It is the grower
that is, to blame. One object of this con
vention is to save a part of this $28,000
by marketing the fruit themselves. If
this don't open the eyes of the fruitgrow
er, I don't know what will.-
Now, for tho primaries, to be held before
the convention, I would suggest for each
fruit district to pall a meeting and elect
one or more delegates, and that these
delegates be authorized to say what the
growers are willing to do, and have the
amount of dried prunes produced In their
respective districts in 1898, so there can be
some Idea formed as to the amount of
fruit that can be controlled by the asso
ciation, as It will have to be able to han
dle 75 per cent or more of. the crop to
make it 'dff ective.
Now, brother fruitgrowers, let us throw
off that old, superstitious idea, that somo
one is going to make a haul out
of this organization, and all Join
hands irt the cause, put our shoulders to
tho wheel, start It to rolling, all push
In the same direction, and success will
be our reward; otherwise we. will meet
our disaster sooner or later. True, It 13
going to cost us something to handle thl3
fruit, both money and labor; but $28,000.
I believe will handle the entire crop of
dried prunes of .Oregon if we have a full
crop, which would be double the crop of
1833- CHARLES LONG.
"WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. The war de
partment has Issued the statement thut
the receipts of public funds in. the Phil
ippine islands, beginning August 13, 1S98,
and ending .December 31, 1899, amount to
t n r
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My son was afflicted
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Union Depot, Sixth and J Streets.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
"FAST MA1X AND FORTIAND - CHI
CAGO SPECIAL BOUTE."
Leaves for the East via Spokane daily at 3.45
P. M. ArriveS at 8 BO A. M.
Leaves tor tbe Bast, via Pendleton and Hunt
ington, dally at S.C0 P M. Arrives, via Hunt
ington and Pendleton, at 6:45 P. M.
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
"Water Urcs schedule, subject to change with
OCEAN AND RIVER SCTTnDtJLE.
OCEAN DIVISION Steamships satl fr-m
Alnsworta dock at S 00 P. M. Leave Portland
Columbia sails Thursday, Feb. 1. Sunday. Feb.
11. Wednesday. Feb. 21. State ot California
salla Tuesday, Feb. 0; "Friday. Feb. 18; Mon
day. Feb 28.
From San Francisco State of California eaWs
Friday. Feb. 2, Monday, Feb. 12, Tbursda,
Feb. 22. Columbia sails "Wednesday. Tab. 7;
Saturday. Feb. 17. Tuesday. Feb. 27.
COLUMBIA RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Steamer Hassalo leaves Portland dally, except
Sunday, at 8.00 P. M - on Saturday at 16:00 P.
M. Returning, leaves Astoria daily, except Sun
day, at 7:00 A. M.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND CORVALLI3, OR.
Steamer Ruth, for Salem. Albany, Corvallls
and way points leaves Portlaiid Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays at 8.CO A. M. Raturn
lng, leaves Corvallls Mondays. Wednesdays ana
Fridajs at 6 00 A M.
Steamer Modoc, for Salem and way points,
leaves Portland Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fri
days at 0 GO A. M. Returning. teavs Salem
Tuesdaje, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 A: M.
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAYTON. OR. '
Steamer Elmore, for Dayton and way points,
leaves Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays at 7 A. M. Returning, leaves Dayton foe
Portland and way points Mondays. "Wednesdays
and Fridays at 6 A. 2i,
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
RIPARIA. "WASH., AND LEWISTON. IDAHO.
Steamer Spokane or eteamer Lewteton leaves
Riparla dally at 1.20. A. M.. arriving at Lewbton
at 12 o'clock noon. Returning, the Spokane or
Lewlston leaves Lewlston daily at 8 30 A. M.,
arriving at Riparla same evening
W. H. HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent.
V. A. SCHILLING. City Ticket Agent.
Telephone Main 712.
NewSteamshipLineto the Orient
CHINA AND JAPAN, FROM PORTLAND.
In connection with THE OREGON RAILROAD
& NAVIGATION CO. Schedule. 1900 (subject to
Steamer Leave Portland.
"ABERGELDIE" March 21
"MONMOUTHSHIRE" April 8
For rates, accommodations, etc., apply to
DODWELL & COMPANY". Limited,
General Agents, Portland, Or.
To principal points in Japan and China.
Lcnve I Otppt FIRS aai I Sta:l$ Arrive
for Salem. Rose-7-00
1 M. burg, Ashland. Sac- . .
T. oo l at ramento, Ogden. "0:13 A. M.
San Francisco. Mo-
n. a ? JaTe Los Angeles.
8.30 A. 1L E1 Paso Ne Qr: 7:00 P j
leans and the Eaat.
(dally except Sun
day), morning train
connects with train
for ML Angel. S1I
v e r t on, Browns
ville, Springfl e 1 d
and Natron, and
evening train for
lit. Angel and Sit
verton. 117:30 A. M Corvallls passenger. 145. -BO P. M.
I4:S0 P. M. Sheridan passenger.. J8:25 A. M
Dally. UDaily except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates S17 ftrsr
class and $11 second elaas, including sieepr
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN, CHINA. HONOLULU aad
AUSTRALIA. Can be ODtained from J B.
KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent. 1AJ Third t.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson Street
Leave for Oswego dally at 7:20, '0:40 A JI
12:30, 1.55, S-25, 5.1C, 0.25. 8.U5, 11:30 P M '
and 0.00 A. M. on Sundays only. Arrive at
Portland dally at 6:35, 8.30. MO-flO A. M
1:35, 3:15, 4..J0. 6.20. 7.40. 10.0(8 V. M.- 12 40
A. M. daily, except Monday, S.30 and 10.06 a.
M. on Sundays only.
Leave for Dalles daily, except Sunday at
4:30 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 9.30 A. M.
Passenger train leaves Dullas for Alrlle Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2:46 P M.
Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
a H. MARKKAM.
Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
THE COMPANY'S elegant
steamers. Cottage City, City
of Topeka and Al - Ki leave
TACOMA 11 A. M., SEATTLE
0 P. M , Feb. 4, 0, 14, 19, 24.
aiar- i, n, m, i, ::, 31, Apr.
it. ana every nita day there
after. For further information
obtain company's folder.
The company reserves the right :o change,
steamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing
without previous notice.
AGENTS N. POSTON, 240 Washington st..
Portland. Or.; F. W. CARLETON, N. P. R. R.
dock. Tacoma; J. F TROWBRIDGE. Fugit
Sound SupL, Ocean dock, beattle.
GOODALL. PERKINS &. CO . Gen. AgU.. S. F.
iOO PACIFIC LINE
Offers the LOWEST RATES and BEST SERV.
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Through tour.st cars from coast to St. Paul.
Toronto, Montreal as4 Boston WITHOUT
Direct Route to
Kootenay Mining District
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Taper, anl Atfztraf.a.
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H. H. AMOTT. Ageifc.
E. J. COYLE, 14C Third street, city.
A. Q. P. A.. Vancouver. B. C
WHITE COLLAR LINE
COLUMBIA RIVER & FDOET SOUND NATO-
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
BAILEY GATZERT (AMer-stteerducK.)
Leaves Portland daily every joermtme at 1
o'eteck. exaapt Sunday. RetBrMtsg. Jedves As
toria every Bight at 7 o'clock, except SnBday.
Oregen pfccaa Main' 331 Otwiila okae SSL
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The Direct Line to Denver, Omaha.
Kansas City and St. Louis.
Only Z Days to Chfcagot
Only 4J Days to New York and
other Principal Eastern cltle3
Tltroasrli Pullman Paluee Sleepera
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Free RcellalsK Caalr Cars
Operated Dally ea Faat Mail Trataa
Through tickets, baggage cheeks aad steepia
car accommodations can ha arraagod at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1 35 Third Strst PrtisH4l, Oregoa
J. H. LOTHftOP.
City Pass. & TkC Agt.
THE DINING CAR ROUTS FROM PORXLANII
TO THIS EAST.
THE ONLY DIRECT LINE TO THS YBLLOW-
Leave IltotM fepet, FKl Mil 31s Arrive
Fast snail for Taee
m. Seattle. OtjraHMR.
Gray's Harbor and.
South Brad poteta,
Spokane. Headland. B.
C, PtaRman. Itoeoow.
Hterap aatatng oaumry.
3c Paal. Omaha, Kan
sas City. St. Lotrta.
Chicago and all potato
east and southeast.
Paget Sound Express
for Tacotna aad 3eattle
and h4rmd.ate points
11:15 A M.
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neapolis. St. Paal and Missouri river potato with
Vesttbttiod trains. Untoa depot enaaeotfcjna la
all principal cities.
Baggage checked to destination of tickets.
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THROUGH SALT LA XX CITYV DsWTVEU
OMAHA. OR.-KASAS CITY, WITH
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NO CHANGE OF CARS
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spraDdM dtning-"ar aervice and the lmilira
LEAVING PORTUfla (ANN XfW, MN.Y..AT 33 i I
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. other iaformatioa apply to
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124 Third Street, PerMand, Oregon
W. E. COMAN. J. R. NAOSL,
General Agent. City Ticket Agt.
Ticket Offices 123 Third St. 'PheBo S9
3:45 P. M.
The Flyer, dally to and
from 3c Paul. Mtaas
apolto, DalHfb. Chicagt'
aod all points Bast.
Through Palace aad Tourist Sleepers, Dtatoa
aad Buffet Stnoking-Library Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP TOSA MARU
For Japaa. CbJaa aad alt Astatte pefcttt Tin
About February 22 d.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Far Maygers. Ratater,
CMfts. Astoria. War
ranto. Fbrvel. Ham
mond. Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Park, Seaside.
Astasia and. Seashore
8:60 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
11 515 AM.
Ticket offioe. 236 Marrfeoa at. aad Uatea 'HBOt.
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r We are urtparad to lrwure cargoos tk and
front all porta oft the Pacific at mederato rates.
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dition to loc n which may occur to goods.
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415 Chamber ef Cemraeice.
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Steanter Undine, Captain Charles T. Xasnrrv
Itavos Vaneoaver at JK A. M and 1 P. M.
Leaves Portland at 10 30 A M. aad 4-M P M.
sdndaya axeepted. Tor freight or paapago ap
ply on board, foot of Taylor street. Rownd trip,
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