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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1900)
THE ATOiraiira OBEGONrAST, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1900.
There Tras & tetter trade In the wholesale
znarkets yesterday, and Angoet ,promiae to be
a verr satisfactory month from a. business
standpoint. Receipts of trait and produce were
quite heavy, but the market cleaned up quite
well, without prices being shaded much. Eggs
are lower, and some choice candled stock -was
offering yesterday at 17c Poultry Is fairly
steady at quotations, and, except for a. few of
the brands harlnc an established trade, the
market is -vreak. Flour is down again, stand
ard crades now selling at SZ 75 per barrel.
Portland $241,t!4 ? 45,350
Tama 173,498 60.S70
6atUe - 409.C00 135.970
Cpok&ne 144.230 23,032
Grain, Flonr, Etc
There is no change in the local wheat mar
ket. Very little of the cereal is offering, and
there 1s no Immediate need of exporters buy
ing, as there is more wheat on spot than vtas
ever held heretofore at a corresponding aaie.
Tor "STalla Walla export quotations are nom
inally &ig63c. and about the same for Valley.
B.uestcm is porolnaHr &Sc. All grades of flour
wore marked down 10c per barrel yesterday
Wheat Walla Walla, nominal. 55c: Galley.
TAGZ&c, Muortcm. 6Sc vr bushel.
Flour-Best grades. $2 753 10 per barrel;
graham, $2 50. ,
Oats-White. S4S5c; gray. 3263c per bushel.
Barley-Feed 1415; brewing. $1 per ton.
-MSUstufts-Bran. 1 per ton. middlings. .0.
shorts, S14; chop. $15. .-.. w,
Hay-Tlmothy. $10n; clever. S.S7B0. Ore
gon lld hay, $9g7 per ton.
Butter, Ejrjra, ronltry. Etc.
Butter Fancy creamery, weak at 4045c;
store, 2627c per roll.
gg 1717fec per dozen.
rouHry-Chickens, mixed. $33 50 per dozen;
hens, . Springs. $2 504. ducks, $304;
se-se. ?46 per dozen; turkeys, 1017c per
Cheose Full cream, twins. 12i413c; Toung
America, 14c per pound.
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc
Vegetables Parsnips, 51; carrots, 75c5?51;
turrlps, 7&c per on'ens. $1 25 for red.
1 50 for allvernklns, cabtiage. $1 50 per cental;
potatoes. 40ff50c per rack for old. SOiTCOc for
c:w, peas. 34lc. beans. 87c per pound; cu
cumbers, f '75e, tomatoes. 75c per box.
Fruit Lemons, $4 505, oranges, $3 50ST4 per
box for late Valencia, pineapples. $4 503?
jwr dozen, bananas, ?2 5033 per bunch. Ter
e'.an dates, 768c per pound; peaches, 40ff50c
for Hale's Early. 5OrG0c for California Craw
foid. pears. 00o?l per box. apricots. 50305c:
at- les. 7fcSl per box. blackberries, S4c per
yound, watermelons. $2 252 50; cantaloupes,
SI 254?1 50 per dozen -for Calilornla; Oregon
nu-megs, $2 252 59 per crate.
Tried fruit Apple, evaporated, 7 & 8c per
pound, sun-dried, sacks or boxes. 4g5c. pears.
0un and evaporated. 5gOc; plums, pltless. 4
6-, prunes. Italian. 8V4c: ver. extra
choice, 5 Cc. figs, Smyrna. 22V..c; California
black, 50c; do white, 10c per pound.
Groceries, Xuts:, Etc.
Coffee-Mocha. 228c; Java, fancy. 2GS32c:
Java, good, 20fs24c; Java, ordinary. lS0c:
Costa Rica. fanc. 1S2A;, do good. 1C1Sc; do
ordinary. 10J2c per pound; Columbia, roast.
$13 03. Arbuckle's. fl5 13; Lion, $13 03 per
Sugar- Cube. ?6 30; crushed, ?0 30; pow
dered, ?6 30; drj- granulated, $5 89; extra C,
5 30, golden C. $5 20 net. half barrels. lc moro
than barrels: maple sugar. 154210c per pound.
Beans Small white. S&c; bayou. 4c; Lima.
6c prr pound.
Salmon Columbia River. 1-pour.d talli. $1 25
1 60, 2-pound tails, S22 50; fancy. 1-pound
Cats, $1 O&fFl 75; -pound fancy f.ats, 85nrc;
Alaska, 1-pound tails, ?1 20fl 30; 2-pound tails,
1 i0ff2 25.
Grain bags Calcutta, $0 37 v-r 100 for spit,
Nuts Peanuts, Ofe&'c per pound for raw, 9c
for roasted, cocoanuts, D0e per dozen; walnuts,
10 fi lie per pound: pine nuts, 15c; hickory
nuts, 7c. cliestnuts, 15c; Brazil, lie; filberts,
15c; fancy pecans, 12M4c; almonds, 15g17&c
Coal oll-Caeas. 21c per gal.; barrels, I74c;
Rice Island, 6c; Japan. 5t4c; New Orleans,
rf5V4C. fancy head. $" 50 per sack.
Blent nnd ProvlMono.
Mutton Grot, best sheep, wethers and
ewes, shear. ? tOfti 7B;dresed. 77c per
pound. Spring lambs, 5jiic ppr pound gross.
Kogs Groos choice heavy. ?5; light, ?4 50;
dressed. 5tf4Hic ier pound.
Veal Large, 7bc per pound; small, S
Beef Gross, top steers. S3 504; cows, $3
8 60, dressed lieef CV6c per pound
Provisions Portland pacl? (Shield brand):
Hams, smoked, are quoted at 13c per. pound:
picnic hams, c per pound, breakfast bacon.
13V.c, baron, c, backs, 0J6c; dry salt sides.
STfce dried beef, 17c per pound; lard. 5-pound
palls, 10c, 10 - pound palls. 0c; 50s. 97ic;
tierces, DJfcc ier pound lUistorn pack (Ham
mond's). Hams, targe, 12c; medium, 15c:
nll. 13Vc; -picnic hams. OVjc; shoulders, Jc;
breakfast bacon, 12fcc. drj- salt sides, 8hQ
OHc bacon sides. Wfl0c; backs, 9)ic; butts.
Dc, lard, pure leaf, kettle rendered, 5s, lOc;
llopi, Wool, Hide. Etc.
Hope 2ft$c per pound for 1000 crop, 810c
for nc w crop
oul Vall 12C3c for coarse. 15g10c for
best Caeiera Oregon, 16CI6c; mohair, 23c pT
Sheepskins ShearHngs irC20o; short-w ool. 3
35c, medium-wool, 0ri0c: long-wool. COoffl
Pelts Beej-Hklns. nch, as to slso. $S10;
cube, each, (lft, badger, each, 50c; wildcat,
2&$75e houFecat, 52&c, fox. oommor- gray.
SI. 1 red. $1 7I3 JH. do cross. $2 50fi.
lvns, $2& 50. mink. 40c?l 75, marten, dark
orthen ?510. do jwle, pino, f34, musk
rat. 8 C 13e; Kunk. 600c: otter (land). $4
Q, panther, with head and claws perfect,
$1"!, raccoon. 268fte: wolf, mountain, with
head r rfect. ?8 SO (f 6; wolvrrlne. $2 500;
beaver, per sitin, large, $87. do medium, per
Btn. ftftf, do omatl. per pUn. fl&2; do kits,
-per skin ?lff
Tullow-fi4-e No 2 and grease 3ft4c ier
i .Ufs In hW. Ko I, 1C pounds and up
ward. 14irc- drj- ktp. Ko. 1, 5 to IS pounds.
1 per pound, drj- oalf, No. 1. under 5 pounds.
15 1 6c drv valted, omftirtrd less than dr)
flint, salted hides, sound steers, 00 iounds ai.d
over 7C8c. do 50 to t0 pounds, 7ftc; do un
der 60 pounds and cows, 7c. kip. 13 to 30
pounds, 7ftfMc. do veal. 10 to 14 pounds. 7ftc;
do calf, under 10 pound;.. 7ftc, green (ununited),
3e per pound les; calls (bulls, stags, moth
enteh. badly out. scored hair slipped, weather
beaten or grubby, one-third lej.
2CEW YOKIC STOCK MARKET.
SuiuII Amonut ot BnslnenK, "VVIth Un
liuiiortnnt Price Chntifrca.
KEU YORK. Aug. 2. The small amount of
business done on the stock exchange today
was almost wholly ooitoeatrated In four stocks.
In none f the four did the net changes ex
ceed i BaHlmore & OMe shon-ed the nearest
fcrpearance to Kiiinmtlon and covered an ex
treme ranee of over 2 points, but It closed
vlth a net loss of ? " The opening price was
the highest, and -was slightly belew the London
prlt The hope at an active speculation In
anticipation of the dividend was quickly aban
doned, and the stock slipped baok Into a rut
of dullness near to last night's price level.
The action of the directors la providing for
the two semiannual dividends of per cent
each w Quite unexpected, as only one had
been deStalteii premised. There was a slight
flurr) and some feveriebness In tho 'shares as
a rule but a downward course ensued on
offerings of some heavy Blocks, which looked
like realizing Thhs carried the stock to 74k.
which was the low point of the day.
Apparently the realising became lighter belon
75, and the room shorts covered, causing a
eltgh. ralb. The friends of Union Paelflc
then attempted to make ue of the discrepancy
jr the prices of that Mw. and Baltimore &
Ohio, both paying 4 per cent dividends, and
br & few large Individual transactions gae
Vnlon racillc a place In the active list. But
this mo "ronl quickly subsided. There was
dome strength In Sugar and Brooklyn Transit,
the first being aSeoted by dentals that the
trade had beon resumed, and the seeend by
Insured assurances that the annual ropert
xiould sl'ow larger earnings than had been
hoped fo. OonMnenua Tob&oeo preferred
-was raided ewn 4-
The general undTtone of the market was
flrtn, with some jleWHng la tlte latter part of
the day A feature of the day was a slightly ,
easier tone, for jttoa money. Sterling ex-
change was firm.
The bond market generally was dull and Ir
regular. Total tales, par value, S944.000.
United States refunding Ss, when Issued, and
the 5s advanced , and the old 4s and new
4s. coupon, 24. while the 3s declined on the
X5. S. 2s, ref. reg.103 Gen. Electric 5s..115
co couDon 103MK. T. Cent. lsts..10S
do 2s. ree 100 (Northern Pac 3s.. 65ia
do 3s, reg HpOj do 4b 104fc
An Knmwm XVU
do new 4s, reg..l32j
uregon jiav. isis..i.iu
do 4s 102?1
do coupon 132ti
Oregon S. L. 6s".. 125ft
do con. 5s .11214
Bio G. West, lsts flSVi
St. Paul consols...lG7&
st. e. c. & p. lstsiicsi
do 5s U84
Union Pacific 4s.. .1055
Wis. Central lsts. 83ft
Southern Pacific 4s 7S71
West Shore 4s 111&
do old 4s. reg. ..115
do coupon 115V
do 5s. reg lisii
do coupon ......113&
Dist. Col. 3-65S...12Z
Atchison adj. 4s.. S3;i
C. & N.W. con.7e140
do S. F. deb. Ss.122
B. & B. G. 1SU..10J
eo 4s P74
Ihe total sales of stocks today were 170,700
shares. The closing quotations were:
Atchison .... 2cm Union Pacific ...
do pref 69i,
Union Pat nref
Bait. & Ohio 74-4
Wheel. & L. E..
do 2d pref
Wis. Central ...
Can. Pacific 87fti
uan. bouuiern ...48 ;
Ches. & Ohio 27
ChL Gr. Western. 10t
ChJ.. B. & Q 120
ChU Ind. & L,.... 23
do pref 50ft
Chi. & East. III." So ;
Chicago & 2f. W..157ft
ChL. K. L & P,..105Ti
C. C. C z St. L. 5i,ft!
P. G. C. & St. L.. 5:
Third Avenue 100
United States .... 45
uoio. teoutnern ... 0
do 1st pref 40ftAmer. Cotton Oil.. 3ift
ao za prer lc I do pref bj
Del. & Hudson....ll2V4IAmer. Malting .... 3ft
De.. Lack. & W..176Vil d vret 10
Denver & Bio Gr. 17ftlAmer. Smelt. & R. 35ft
do pref OCftl do pref S7ft
Erie lOSiJAmer. Spirits 1ft
do 1st pref 32 j do pref 17
Great Nith. pref.l521Amer. Steel Hoop. 18ft
Hocklmr Coal .... lS'ill do nref
"Hocking Valley .. 33t, Amer. Steel & W.
Illinois Central ...110
Iowa Central 10
do pref 40.
Kan. C P. &.G.. 15
Amer. Tin Plate
Amer. Tobacco ,
Lake Erie & W... 27ft
do pref 128
Anaconda Mln. Co. 44'
ao prer ........ se:
Lake Shore 209
Brooklyn B, T
Louis. & Nash.... 71iiColo. Fuel & Iron. 32
Manhattan El ... 90'
Cont. Tobacco .... 24ft
Met. St. Ky 150ft
do pref 5Vi
Federal Steel 324
do pref 65
Gen. Electric 130ft
Glucose Suar .... 52
do pref 93
Int. Paper 2i
da pref C5ft
La Clede Gas 73
National Biscuit .. 30
do pref 85$i
Hex. Central .... lZVi
Minn. & St. Louis 55ft
ao pref Vi
Missouri Pacific .. 50U
Mobile & Ohio..,. 37ft
JO.. X. & T 10 ,
do pref 30ft
New Jersey Cent..l21)i
New Tork Cent...l2SV,i
Norfolk & West.. 31 I
do pref Gft
National Lead .... 10
Northern Pacific. 51ft
do pref 71ft
do pref 90ft
National Steel .... 24
do pref 84
Ontario &. West.. 20l
O. It. & N 42 I
do pref 7G I
N. T. Air Brake. ..135
North American .. 15
Pacific Coast 52
do 1st pref 83
do 1st pref onv
do 2d nref 02
da 2d nref 2SSil PeoDle's Gas OSft
Rio Gr. Western.. 33ft Pr-ssed Steel Car. 3Sft
do pref. 80 j do pref 72
St. Louis & S. F. 0ft Pullman Pal. Car. 182
do 1st pref 06 Stand. Rope & T.. 5
do 2d pref 32i Sugar 121
St. Louis & S TV. 10 j do pref 116
do pref 2ffftlTenn. Coal & Iron. 68ft
St. Paul Ill U. S. Leather 10ft
do pref 171 l do fref C8
St. Paul & O.....110 IU. S Rubber. 20
Southern Pacific.. 334 do pref 03
Southern Ry lOXijWetcrn Union ... 70
do pref 52 Republic Iron & S. Oft
Texas Pacific... 14ftl do pref 50
Money, Exchange, Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 2 Sterling on Lon
flon, CO days, $4 85: do sight, $4 8Sft.
Mexican dollars J!)40ftc.
Drafts Sight, 10c; telegraphic, 12ftc
rCEW YORK. Aug. 2. Sloney on call, lft
lft per cent; prime mercantile paper, 44
per cent; sterling exchange, firm, with actual
business In bankers" bills at $4 S7i for de
mand and at $4 S3ft for 00 days; posted rates,
?4 lftQ,4 85 and $4 SSft; commercial bills,
U 834 83ft.
Silver certificates 01ftt32ftc
Mexican dollars 18ftc
Bonds Government. Irregular; state, weak;
LONDON. Aug. 2. Money SffSft per cent.
Foreign Financial JJcitb.
NEW TORK. Aug. 2. Tho Commercial Ad
vertiser's London financial cablegram rays:
The idleness in the markets hero was not re
lieved today, and such dealings as there were
had no feature, though the tone was steady.
Baltimore & Ohio was weak on rumors of dis
sensions In the board, whtch were current be
fore the dividend announcement. Paris' bought
Tlntos In connection with the bourse settle
ment. The bank bought 19,000 gold in bars.
Stocks In London.
LONDON, Aug. 2.. Atchison 2GS4; Canadian
Pacific, 00; fnion Pacific prererrfd- 77ft;
Northern Pacific preferred, 73ft; Grand Trunk,
Oft; Anaconda, SJ4t
THE GRAEV MARICETS.
Prices for Cereals in European and
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2. Wheat, weak
on call, and quiet in the spot market. Barley,
quiet. ,Oats, steady.
Spot quotations were:
Wheat Shipping. No. 1, gl 05; choice, $1 05;
milling. SI 07ft! 10
Barley Feed 72ft75c; brewing, 85D0c.
Oats Good to choice white. SI 17ftl 35;
gray. Si lOtl 20. for good to choice.
Call board sales:
Wheat Weal:; December 41 11; cash, SI 05.
Barley No sales.
Corn Large yellow, $1 201 22ft.
Chicago Grain nnd Produce.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2 Wheat opened with a
material decline. Initial tralng In tho Sep
tember option ranging from 75ftc to 57c,
compared with yesterday's close of 735i7Cftc
Liverpool cables showing little or no advance
at that market were disappointing to local
traders. In addition to this, crops were re
ported more cheerful In tone, and weaVher
conditions were Ideal for harvesting opera
tions. Liberal receipts at primary points
added to the depression. Yesterday's buy
ers were prominent In the early selling, which,
however, soon ceased. -The local demand
ceaed enough to allow some temporary firm
ness to the market, September advancing to
75c. but when the closing Liverpool quota
tions, showed a decline of ftd. tho market
again turned weak, and from that time until
the close of the session tho tendency was
downward. although scalping operations,
which made up the hulk of the trading, re
sulted In several unimportant rallies.
There was but little demand for wheat
until September had declined to a point bo
low 73c. when the market again received sup
port, but not enough to cause any substantial
Improvement, although the market became
Board of Trade and
Stock Exchange Brokers
BOUGHT AND SOLO FOR CASH OR
CARRIED .ON MARGINS
Chamber of Commerce
fairly steady toward the close. September
declined to 74c, and was .rooted at 749ig74ftc
at the clotc.
Corn war wealc and lower all day, and very
dulL September closed c lower, at STftc
Oats were dull, and a trifle easier. Septem
ber closed ftc lower, at 21ftc
Provisions were fairly active and Irregular.
Early in the day the market declined at
around, there being some disappointment over
the small decrease In stocks. Weaker hog
prices also had some influence. The, close
was steady, September pork 12ftc higher; lard,
2ftc lower, and ribs 2ftS5c higher. The late
recovery .was, on an active shipping demand
for pork, and sent the price of that commodity
up sharply and other meats followed, though
lard did not entirely recover.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Hlsrhest- Lowest. Closi.
August . .
.70 74S, 50 74 503?i $U4.i
. 76ft ..76ft
. 378, 37
. 37 88
, 20 20ft
. 21ft 21
. 21ft 21
September ...1103 1:
October 12 00 1!
October . .
. 0 85 6 92ft
. 6 87ft 6 95
. 0 72ft 0 77ft
. 7 07ft 7-20
.7 05 715
,. C 10 0 12ft
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 3. COftc; No. 2 red, 77ft77c.
Corn No. 2, 38c
Oats No. 2, 21ftc: No. 2 white, 23ftc;i No. 3
white, 225i23ftc r
Rye No. 2, 5050ftc
Barley Good feeding, 37c; fair to choice
malting, 4042c. '
Flaxseed No. 1. $1 40; No. 1 N. W., $1 42.
Timothy seed Prime, $3 103 25.
Mess pork 512 1512 20 per bbl.
Lard ?6 87ft33 00 per cwi.
Short ribs Sides, loose, "S7 1007 35.
Shoulders Dry 6alted, boxed. JG 757.
Short clear sides Boxed, ft 657 75.
Clover Contract grade, S-
Butter Easy; creamery, IZiQlOc; dairy, 14
Cheese Steady, 0ft10ftc.
Eggs Steady; fresh, llftc.
Flour, barrels 17.000
Wheat, bushels 112.000
Corn, bushels 302,000
Oats, bushels 270.000
Rye. bushels 0.000
Barley, bushels 8,000
Xctv Yorlc Grain nnd Produce.
SEW YORK, Aug. 2. Flour Receipts, 18,
703 barrels; exports, 2770. Market easier
Wheat Receipts, 50,073 bushels; exports,
none. Spot, weak; No. 2 red, 70c elevator,
Slftc f. o. b. Options opened easj and re
mained o nearly all day, except for a slight
afternoon rally on covering. Lower cables,
continued dullness and bearish crop and weath
er news and liquidation were the chief selling
motives. Closed weak at the low point of the
day, 2ftc net decline. September closed at
70ftc; December, 81c.
European Grain Markets.
' LONDON, Aug. 2. Wheat Cargoes on pass
age, more Inquiry; cargoes, Ko. 1 standard Cal
ifornia, 30s od; cargoes Watla Walla, 2Ss 3d;
cargoes Oregon, 30s; English country markets,
LIVERPOOL. Aug. 2. Wheat Steady; No. 1
standard California, Cs 2ftd; wheat and flour in
PariB, barely steady; French country markets,
quiet. Spot wheat, steady; No. 2 red Western
Winter, Gs 2d; No. 1 Northern Spring, Cs 3d;
No. 1 California, Cs lftdQiJs 2d. Futures,
dull; September. Os ftd; December, Cs lftd.
Corn Spot, steady; American mixed, new, 3s
lOftd: do old. 3s llftd. Futures, quiet; -September.
3s 10d; October, 3s lid; November,
SATf FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2.-Wool Spring
Nevada, 1315c; Eastern-Oregon, lOgilSc: Val
ley. Oregon, 18320c Fall Northern mountain,
1012c; mountain, lambs', 8-iJlOc; San Joaquin
plains. SSlOc; Humboldt and Mendocino, 135J
I4c per pound.
Hops 180D crop, 11013c per pound.
Mlllstuffs Middlings, S1720; bran. $12 503
13 30 per ton.
Hay Wheat, SS12; wheat and oat, S3
11; best barjey. SS 50; alfalfa, SO 7 50;
stock. $55 50; compressed wheat, $S12 per
ton; straw, 2537ftc per bale.
Potatoes River Burbanks, .15 Q C5c; Early
Bose. 30JJ753 per cental; sweets, lft2c per
Vegetables Onions, 75 00c pr cental;
garlic, 2ft(j?3ftc; green peas, 23c per pound;
string beans, lft3c; dried okra, 32ftc per
pound: egg plant, S10c per pound; cucumber
20,30c- per box.
Citrus fruit Oranges, navels, $2 50; Mexi
can llmss. SOgO 50; common California lemons;
SI 50ff2 75; choice, S3350 per box.
Bananas St 502 50 per-bunch.
Butter Fancy creamery, 2323ftc; do sec
onds. 2122c; fancy dairy, ISftQOc; do sec
Cheese American, new, OgOftc per pound;
Young America, OftSflOc: Eastern, 10ft17c.
Eggs Store, 165j17c; fancy ranch, 21c; East
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 010c; do hen
10llc per pound: old roosters, S3 504 per
dozen; young roosters, S4 DOffO; small broilers,
fl 75S2 23; large do, SSigS 60; fryers. S3 00
CI 50; hens. $404 50 per doren; geese, $lil '-o
per pair. '
Receipts Flour, quarter sacks, CSCS; do "Utah,
1550; wheat, centals, 4750; barley, centals, 64,
1S2; oats, centals, 3010; beans, sacks, 7S2; po
tatoes, sacks, 4345; bran, sacks, 323; mid
dlings, sacks, 275; hay, tons, 1170; wool, bales,
SO; hides, 43.
Total Was Tiearly Double Tliose of
NEW YORK, Aug 2. Reports to R. G. Dun
& Company show commercial failures in July
number 793. with liabilities of SD.771,75o. Of
manufacturing concerns there were 1S3 de
faults, amounting to $5,177,082, and of traders
550. with liabilities of $3,324,308. The total
last month was about douDle that of the same
month last year, but it must be remembered
that failures In July. 1S0JJ. were the smallest,
with one exception. In any month of the 82
for which detailed statistics have been pub
lished by this concern.
Canadian failures In July were 21 In manu
facturing, for $252,014, and In trading for
$453,032, with only one "othor commercial"
for $400, a total of 02 failures, for $700,540.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. Cattle Receipts, C500.
Steers, active, strong to 10c higher; Western
steady, butchers' stock steady to 10c lower; na
tives, best on sale today, 0 carloads at $5 S5;
good to prime steers. $5 25J; poor to medium,
$4 C0S5 20; selected feeders, $44 70; mixed
stockcrs, $3J?4 00: cows. $34 50; heifers. S3
5; canners, ?- 4UST4 aa; ouus, $ iws tx;
calves, S50 00: Texas fed steers, steady, $4 40
65 35; Texas graseers, $3 35S4 35; bulls, $2 50
Hogs Receipts today, 13,000; tomorrow, 13,
000: estimated left over, 3000. Market opened
strong to 5c higher, closing easier; top S5 50;
mixed and butchers, S5 15S5 47ft; good to
choice heavy, $5 1085 .45: rough heavy, $4 9Jg
6 05; light, S5 201?5 50; bulk of sales, $5 20
5 40 per cwt.
Sheep Receipts, 6000. Sheep asd lambs,
strong and active; good to choice wethers,
$4 254 65; fair to choice mixed, $3 75SH20
Western sheep. $4 2364 60 : Texas sheep, $3
4 10; native lambs, $4 00C 15; Western do,
$5 25JT6 15.
OMAHA, Aug-. 2. aCttle Receipts, 1400;
market, steady to strong; native beef
steers, $4 30g5 60; "Western steers,, $4 S0
4 SO; Texas steers $3"754 40; covrs and
heifers, $3 304 40: canners, $1 75S3 25;
stockers ana feeders. $3 754 70; calves,
43 006 00; bulls and stags, $3 504 5& -
Hoss Reeclpts, 4100; market, firm;
heavy. $5 175 23; mixed, 55 17go 20; light,
$3 05gS 20; bulk of sales, $5 1705 20.
Sheep Receipts, 3700; market, active.
Yearlings, $4 20g4 75; wethers, $3 S0J?4 30:
common and stock sheep, $3 00g3 75;
lambs, $1 055 75. .
KANSAS City. Aug-. 2. Catties-Receipts,
SOOO; market, strong to steady. Texas
T--- , T J
Chicago Board of Trade -New
Room 4, Ground Floor
Sails' on Her Second Trip
This Is-the only- exclusive livestock steamer In the
Nome trade. Bookings now being made. :
FOn RATES A!UT INFORMATION ArPLT-T
.F..P.- BAUMQARTMJZR, XaenV,-2S3 Waihinatoa St. ' - "
XV. A. Btltchell & cCo., General Acenis.Snn Frnncloo. ..,,.'
1, Pacific' Coast SteamsliipvCb.
W;.FORW WE' 'direct
THE NEW PALATIAL STEEL STEAMSHIP "SENATOR"
Will sall'fronf Seattle abd Tacoma jwrWalMHit August r6, and Stpttrabcr 6.
The "Senator" has a capacity of 2500 tons. Her second cabin and -steerage
accommodations are superior to the first-class accommodations of most of tho
steamers advertised for Nome.
lThe Pacific Coast Steamship Company has been running its steamcTs to Alas-Ita-V71nter
and Summer for 25 years, and is the pioneer Pacific Coast line. Seat
tle freight and passenger ratea apply from Portland. For further'" Information
Inquire of GOODALL, PERKINS & CO,, General Agents. 10 Market, Sa.n Fran
cisco, or N. POSTON,,, Agent, 249 Washington St., Portland. Or.
native steers, $4 455 60; native cowfe and
heifers, $1 754 40; bulls, $2 504 25,
Hogs Receipts, 6000; market,, .strong;
bulk of sales, $5 255 35; heavy, $5 255 40;
.packers, $5 25g5 35; mixed,, ?5-105 30
lights,.$5 055 27; yorkers, ?5i05 27; pigs,
Sheep Receipts, 000; market,', strong.
Lambs', ?375g5 25; muttons, $3 004 25;.
The Metal MnrUeta
NEW TORK, Aug. 2. The local metal mar
ket continues in a weak and nominal condi
tion, with iron leading In thoheaviries. The
cables were unsatisfactory, - and tho advices
from the West were unfavorable to improve
ment here. At, the close the metal exchange
called pig-iron warrants iveak, lower - and
nominal at $12, with Northern weak and. un
settled; Lake copper unchanged at $16 50; tin.
easy and lower at $3232 50; lead, unsettled at
o; spciier, easier ai 4 -vWi. Jin. Bar
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2. Bar silver, C0c,
LONDON, Aug. 2. Bar silver, 27,15rlCd:
Coffee nnd Sagor.
NEW YORK, Aug.-2.-Coffee Op'tl"ons,wcl03ed
steady to 515 points net lower; sales! '50,000
bags, including September at$7kS07 &fc Oc-
toDer, .7 wwi o; November, fT 0J$PS;jice,m
ber SS.10.. Spot,. Rio, steady; No. 7, invoice,"
fl'ic; mid, quiet; Cordova, nominal,!
Sugar Raw, steady; fair refining, 44c; cen
trifugal, 08 test, 4c; refined, steady., .'
HERE IS THE REAL THING.
Sixteen to One'liOynlly Defended by
an Old Stand-D'y. ' -
- OREGON 'CTTCP: July 29 (Td'fne kEd
Itor.) Although the 'tenor of Republican!.'
criticisms of the supporters -of silver,
which merely consists ofthe two asser
tions' thai- they would ' 'drive "oat1 gold"
with abase,:money', and that' 'they" wish
to pay" their debts With tT"4Scent tibilar,.
does not entitle them to reply7 yct,'rlri re-''
snonSn to tho ohnlln!r"rf fht Aniirnnlnn
in Saturday's" '-Issue, -J' will ask- you the
following Questions. But! flrst-I willisLatn
following questions. But5 flrst-I 'will-stated
that it hasbeen"'seveh''years since our
NatioWar 'financial system, fathered and-;
controlled 'Dy tne Kepuoiican party, with
out interruption, -Mast fell down and crip
pled itself so badly thatsortiethlnjrjiad1
to be done. The opponent's of the' gold
standard presented their plea for free
silver and National paper money "as the
remedy. "The campaign -of 18S3 was ex
haustive, and whatever the merits of the
dispute, the people are evidently 'tired of
the subject. The voters evidently do not
regard themselves a3 capable of judg
ment upon tho question, and have turned
the matter over to the bankers to fur
nish a remedy. The bankers have fur
nished it in the pew banking law, which
in short means that the people furnish
tho security in the shape of the new ls7j
sue of United States .2 per cent gold
bonds. This pledges all the .property of
the people for gold to redeem all cur
rency, including silver, making gold
alono full legal tender, fixes Its price,'
and leaves all other properties and val
ues entirely at the mercy of the fiuctua
tlons in the volume and flow of gold. On
tho purchase of these securities, the
banks are allowed j.o issue their own
noKss to the full amount and loan:to the
petle, and are supposed to be." better
able to keep them vlrcul,ting sldt. by
side with J-old than the Government is its
own no ts. That is, the people are- ex
pected to be better satisfied with ibank
notes than with Government notes. The
bankers are relied on to supply In this
way and keep in circulation all the cur
rency supplementary to gold to' supply
r.e demands of trade without injury to
v:i ces, and enough gold to supply gold
when demanded. For' this service, the
people are willing to1 pay the banks 2
per cent 6 per cent for the use of Tnoney
and 2 per cent to keep that money good.
Two per .cent on a substitute is the
oompensation the banks get for their
successful war against silver.
If the people have 2 per cent more of
faith in tho banks' than they have in the
Government, when a Government 2 per
cent bond sells at 104&, the plan is worthy
of their Intelligence and the party with
better plans -can only- await develop
ments. The Republican party has treat
ed tho people in, this, currency matter
like they trap elephants in India. The
wild elephant Is surrounded in the woods,
and gradually driven intd a hidden, pit,
.vvhere' he is left until nearly perished foi
''watcr'and food, when his capto'rs" bring
h m good food and water 1 1 d .efully.
lift, him" from the pit. K is then so
grateful that he allows himself to. be
come their docile slave. Just- so .'from
1892 to 189S, tho- people suffered so for
lack of 'currency that they are "grateful
for tho -bank-note Telief, -"altno.ugh' the.
K 1 1 -standard lurks in the background
rea Iv t 1 gobble 'up their securities "like.
the king on a chessboard gobbles up the 1
pawns. They say we nave nine kinds or
currency. The others besides gold are
the queens, knights, bishops, etc., of the
world's financial chess game, all having
a more limited movement than gold.
Grid was made the sole standard of
currency by England, the home of the
Rothschild banking-house, in ISIS Bank
of England notes wero made to supply
the deficiency of currency. Now, ques
tion 1. With this exception, did not gold
and silver circulate as money metals-wlth
free coinage throughout the world at a
Chamber of Commerce
'on or About July 20, 1900
ratio ranging between 15 and 16 to 1 up
to 1873, when silver was demonetized by
the United' States?
Question 2. In 1S73, when the demon
etization act was passed, was' not silver
at'a slight premium over our legal ratio
of 16 to L the market ratio being 15.92?
Question 3. Did not the country enjoy
rVat-r financial peace and prosperity
from I860 to 1873, with less of panic and
bankruptcy, than at any other period,
and during this time was riot paper our
sole currency, except perhaps, on the Pa
Question 4. Did not Germany demon
etise silver shortly after the United
States. in 1873, on the plea of overexpan
slon of currency during the levy of the
great war Indemnity from France, but in
reality to unakef that levy greater?
Question 5. Was it not at this time and
from this cause that silver went '"below
I par, so that in 1S74 France and the Latin
Union felt compelled, also to demonetize
Question 6. "Was not the continuous
decline .in silver from this time due to
tliese acts and subsequent ones, such as
the act of Congress of 1S7S, authorizing
"private contracts .demanding gold; .the
actidn of Secretary Carlisle in" paying
'gold n. coin bonds -when demanded, and
'the act of 1S03 repealing the purchase
clause of the Sherman- act?
Question 7. If silver, notwithstanding
its lack of recognition in Great Britain,'
J- maintained its' position as -world's money
at tne ratio or, ,16,, to, i;oc less up to
":fe(3, and at that time was' at a'sll'ght pre
mium, and. there was no excess of cur-
. Tency" as evidenced by slpwly' falling gen
eral prices in this country, what reason
existed lor the demonetization act of
"-CongresRiof thaf year?-'
' Question 8. Great Britain produced but
little silver. The United States more
than -any other country. Would not. the
Republican policy of protection . in this
v'$s"q -dictate' .hat she should t qpposo
'.irhpr tp'ap, follow tho Brttishigold stand-
fiiva, ,ajlu wouiu' now our tveaierii -oitivca
prosper from ,then Increased;- price 'they
; woum get for; stiver in. tne great un
-" 3ut the silver question has undoubt
edly been-slioved out of the foreground.
, Tho people'a Interest Is drawn. elsewhere.
Jf The Oregonian desires to drac tho
t question out and attempt to make it tho
"paramount issue," let it do so and it
will find out that this Is the case, and
also that the opposition Is still sincerely
in favor of free stiver at 16 to 1, and
ready to .take up the fight whenever tho
fpeople make It an issue. The issue in
volving the greatest material interests
on' this Coast is the Chinese question.
Our fathers braved the hardships of a
'"pioneer life, toplant a civilization with
higher political 'and social ideals than
those of Europe. They succeeded,, and
(today the wagejearner can be a 'better
citizen and a. higher type of man on this
Pacific Coast than anywhere else In the
world.. Labor is not degraded as it has
been in our Southern States by th,o negro
race. Thpro the prevailing wage for la
lor Is 50" cents per day. If our people are
not vigilant and do not demand of Con
gress protection from tho importation of
f Asiatic labor now going on through
Canada, our Coast will be ruined also.
:A sample is seen on the Fraser River.
Tho white and Indian fishermen want 23
bents per Ash for fish averaging about
25 pounds an absurdly low price. Yet
jtha canners are importing Japanese to
fish for 20 cents. Our civilization is tho
structure of hundreds of years of intel
ligent struggle.- "We do not want it cor
rupted with the industrial degradation
of thousands of years of misrule" in Asia
It .would Indeed be a philanthropic act
to,-send an army to China and civilize it,
but is that the motive of the pioneers
In.' the movement? Do they -not see mill
i6ns of money in the commercial and in
dustrial exploitation of 400,000,000 of Chi
namen, and want to embark our Nation
lrfthe movement, even though it should
destroy by Importation of Chinese la
borerif and products our citizenship and
"corrupt all our, institutions and ideals?
The North Pacific Coast of our country
Is In process of settlement, and Its fu
tures depends upon the character of Its
Immigrants. Above all else, at this junc
ture, .It is .important that conditions shall
be "maintained to invite the best immi
grants to be had. Good wages, good so
cial conditions, healthy public ideals,
will bring them. The reverse will bring
a h.prde of Asiatics, and, while it may put
a 'few dollars In the pockets of greedy
capitalists, it -will ruin oo future, Just
asthe introduction, ot the negro, ruined
tlws. progress of the South. And worse
..thejChlnama'n Is a more hopeless citizen
for' this country than the negro.
' - ' " " 'J. B. ZIEGDER.
; An old'man by -the name of Hoad was
overcome by the heat at North Yakima
& ARSEilrf&S OS.k
WBB'UB ii 7 H.y lirfr KVLhtta U IT6. Ea &J Thb great Vegeta
ble Vltallzer,thoprecriptloaf nfnmons French pbralclr.n.wm quickly euro yon of all
nervous pr diseases of tho generative orgnns, such its !L.ont HanbncU, Innomnlo,
Pains In ihe Baci, Srralnnl iiiiocion, K;rrona Debility, IMmpIes
Jnatneato3Inrry, IIshstntitlarT Pvaln, Vnrlcocelo-nn:I Consllpntlon.
Itstopsail lenses by day or night. Prevents quietness ot diicbarze. which if not checked
leads to SpermalorrhcBa and all the horrors ot impotency. WPS.nT.W3Z cleanses tho
iiver, meKianeysana ma nKnary orcaas 01 ail lmparltiea. ui"JLiLail8treo5tnens
and restores 6mftH weafe organs.
-T?dJfason wTerers are :iot cared by Doctors Is becnuse SO per cenJare trccbl.-rl with 2roxtalltI.
CUPIDEaE the OnlV knOWtl tPmrdv til mro nrltlinnt nn nnomrinn. KKW tlmnillal'i A tvrItiTi
guarantee given and moiu-y returned If 0 boxes docs
. by mall. Bend for rnsK-clrcnlnrand lstlmoniiis.
""" .. v wi iuvx. . .. i -. tj. uox; jitj. fvin i rancisco. li.
For sale by Aldrich Pharmacy. Sixth and "Was hlngtcn streets. Portland. Or.
S , BOSSEBUV
YOU ARE NOT AWARE OF
THE FAST TIME
, Now offered fay trie
' ' WE HAVE
DAILY FAST TRAINS
TO THE EAST
If you cannot take the mornlns train,
travel via the evening train. Both are
Fast Time Through Service
PULiaiAN PALACE SLEEPERS,
PULLSIAN TOURIST SLEEPERS.
LIBRARY (CAFE) CAR AND FREE
RECLINING CHAIR CARS.
Hours In Time Saved to
Omaha, Chicago, Knnsai City,
St. Iionlsj, Xcvr Yorlc, Boston,
And Other Eastern, Points.
Tickets good via Salt Lake City and
It is to your interest-to use THE OVER
LAND ROUTE. "Tickets and sleeping-car
berths can be secured from
City Pass, ana Ticket Agent
J. H. LOTHROP. General Agent.
, 133 Third St.. Portland. Or.
ARE YOU taking a vacation? If so, we would
like to send you some literature about
"Banff Hot Springs," "The Great Glacier
of the Selklrks," and the magnificent ho
tels there, operated by the Canadian Pa
cific Railway. Cheap Kxcursion Rates mads
from all Pacific Coast points.
OR, IP "i'OTJ are going East take your Tick
ets by the "Imperial Limited" and spend
a. day or two at our mountain resorts. You
' will benefit by it nnd enjoy it.
Apply to any Canadian Pacific Ry. Agent
H. H. ABBOTT. Agent,
e! J. COYLE. Portland. Or.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, B. C
Ticket Office, 263 Morrison Street, 'Phone 6S)
0:00 r. M.
The Flyer, dally to an.
from St. Paul. Minne
apolis, Duluth, Chlcasr
nnd all points Xatt.
7:00 A. M.
Through Palace and TourUt Sleepers. Dlntnj
and Buffet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP TOSA MARL)
For Japan, China and all Asiatic points wltt
About Sept. 12th
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
LEAVES 1 Tor Maynrs. Rainier.
UNION ClaUkanle, TVestport.
DEPOT. Clifton, Astoria, War-
renton. Flare!, Ham
mond, Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Park. Seaside.
Astoria and Utasbor
11:10 A. M
0:40 P. JL
0:10 P. M.
-2:30 P. M
Ticket office. SS5 Morrison St. and Union depot.
J. CI MAYO. Gen. Pass. Agt.. Astoria. Or.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
THE COMPANY'S elegant
steamers Queen, Cottage City,
City of Topeka and Al - Kl
leae TACOMA 11 A. SI.. SE
ATTLE 0 P. M.. Aug. 3, 8,
13, 15. 18, 23. 23; Sept. 2, 7.
12, 17. 22, 27; Oct. 2. and
every fifth day thereafter. For
further information obtain
The company reserves the right to chanss
cteamcrs, sailing dates and hours of tailing,
without previous notice.
AGENTS N. POSTON. 240 "Washington St..
Portland. Or.: F W. CARLETON. N. P. R. R.
Dock. Tacoma. ticket office CIS First ave. ;
Seattle, E. V MELSE. ticket agt; II. H.
LLOYD, Puget Pound Supt ; C. TV. MILLER.
Asst. Supt., Ocean Dock, Seattle.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO . Gen. Agts.. S. F.
And Yukon River Points
. S.S. "OHIO," 3500 Tons
Sails from Seattle
on or about Aug. 25
Reservations can now be made upon applica
tion to any railroad or sub-agent of tho Inter
national Na lation Company, or to
E31PIRE TRANSPORTATION CO..
Big 6 is a non-polsonoia
remedy for Goaorrhtea,
Whites, unnatural ills'
chargca, or any inflamma
tion of mucous menr
K3 OhemiOAiCo. branes. Kon-astringcnt
Sold by Dsrotrclsts,
or sent in plain wrapper,
by express, prrpld, for
fl.00. or 3 bottlti, J2.73.
Clrcolar sent on ratjuesi.
Fhcse tiny Capsules are superior!
to DiiGarn or oopaiDa,
CURE IN 48 HOUBSVlly
the same diseases without
Sold by ell t'rwFtiitt.
not eXTect a permanent cure. lX0abo2,8for5a.C0,
J In 1 1 5 1ji. I
fff Oetraatd J
(C5T set ta txtitlutt.
n ! i ww mii II ! hi n'r m-"i
Union Depot. Slxtn and J Street.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
Lea-es for tba East, via Huntington, at 0.13
A: if.; arrives. 4 P. iL
For Spokane, Sastern Was&lnstou. and Great
Northern points, leaves at UP. it.; arrlwc at
.VIXAIVTIC EXPRBSS; -
Leaves for the East, via Huntington, at 0
P: AL; arrives at &.40 A. iL
THROUGH PgiiilAX AND TOURIST
Water l&es schedule, (ubjeet to chang .wlta
OCEAX AXD RIVKIl SCHlSDL'Ln.
OCE.VX DIVISION Steamships sail from
Alnaworth Dock at 6 P. X. Lav Portland
State of California. Sunday. Aug 5. Wednes
day. Aug. 13, Saturday. Aug. 25, Tuesday.
Sept. 4: Fridty. Ssept. 14. Coxuroolo, JbTiuay.
Aug. 10: Monday, Aug. SO, Thursday. Aug. Mi
Sunday, Sept. 9.
From San Franciaeo-Leavlng Spear-Streot
Pier No, 24. San Francisco, at 11 A. M., aa
follows: Stata of California. Wednesday, Aug.
1; Saturday. Aug 11. futsday. Aug. Ul, Fri
day, Aug. 31, Monday, bept. 10. Columbia.
Monday. Aug 6: Thurrday. Auff. 16; Sunday,
Aug. J; Wednesday, Soot. 5.
COLUMBIA KXYBXl PIVISIO.t.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Steamer MsjjmjIo rY Portland lally. except
Sunday, at s.00 P. M-: oa Saturday at 10:00 P.
XI. Returning, leaves Astoria. lall . accept aua.
da, at i-tn) A. il.
Steamer T. J. Potter leaves Portland Tues
days and Thursdays at 0 A, M.j. Saturdays, I
P. M.. for Astoria and Long .Beach- Leavea
llwnco Tuesdays, Thursday and Sundays front
D to S-P if . according to tide-
WILLAMETTE IWVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SALEM. OR.
Steamer Ruth, for Salem ana way points.
leaves Portland Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri
days at a. 00 A. M. Returning, leaves Salens
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays -at 6.0U
YAMHILI K1VEU UOUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAXTON. OH.
Steamer Elmore, for Dayton .nd r points,
leaves Portland .Tuesday. Thursdays and. Sat
urdays at 7 A. M. Returning. leaves Dayton foe
Portland and way point Mondays. Weanesdaya
And l-TUlays at O A. if.
SXAKE lUVEIt ROUTE.
RirARIA. WASIL. AND LKWISTON. IDAH.
dteamer dpokune or Mteomer Lewlptoa leav&a
PJparla dally at 3:35 A. M., arriving at Lewis
ton at a V. iL Returning, the Spofcano or
Lewtston leaves LewUton daily at I A. M.,
arriving at Riparla aam- evening.
, W. H. HURLBURT,
General Paevenger Agent.
V. A. SCHILLING. Cltr Ticket Agent.
Telephone Main 712. E0 Third street, cor. OaiC
CHINA AND JAPAN. FROM PORTLAND.
In connection wltfc THE OREGON RAILROAD
& NAVIGATION CO. Schedule. 100O uubject ta
Steamer. Due to Leave Portland.
"MONMOfTHSHIRE" June 24
"BRAEMAR" July 15
"ARGYLL" Aug. 3
For rates, accommodations, etc, apply to
DODWELL & COMPANY. Limited.
General Agents, Portland. Or.
To principal points In Japan and China.
OOScNG SHASTA -i I
Leave Dtpt Fi!fl asll Streets Arrl-ro
for Salem, llose
.. . burg, Ashland, aae- . .. . ..
s- p M' ramentc. O g d e n. '7: A.M.
San Francisco. Mo-
..ta a -w lttve. I-oa Angeles.
3.30 A. M. cj Paso Xew. 0r. .0:30 P JL
leans and the E3tt
dal!y except Sun
connects with train
for Mt. Angel. 311
v e r t on. UroTrnn
' and Natron, and
evening train fcr
Mt. Angel and SU
verton. 4:00 P. M. Albany passenger- 10:10A.M.
17:30 A, M. Corvallla passenger 13:00 P. M.
.14:60 P. M. Sheridan passenger 18:23 A. M.
Dally. JDally except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rate ?17 flrat
class and $11 second cla3. including sleeper.
Rates and tickets to Eastern point and En.
rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA- Can be obtained from J. B,
XIRKLAND. Ticket Agent, HO Third U
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson Street.
Leave for Oswego daily at 7:20. 0:40 A. H.I
12:30. 1.-C5. 3:25, 4:10. 0.23. 8:30, 11:30 P. M.J
and 9.00 A. M. .n Sundays only. Arrive at
Portland dally at G..S0, B.30. 'lO.-BO A. M.J
1:35. 3:10, 1:30, 0:13. 7.40, 10.00 P. M., 12:44
A M. daily, except Monday, H-.ZU and 10:03 A,
M. on Sundays only.
Leavo for Dallas dally, except Sunday, a
5:05 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 0:30 A. U.
Passenger train leavea Dallas for Alrlle Mon
days. Wednerdays and Fridays at 2:43 P; JL
Returns Tuetnlays. Tnursdayo and Saturday.
C. H. MARKHAil.
Gen. Frt. Sc Pass. Agt.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIIf SERVICE.
The Pioneer Dining- and Observation
Unlca Depot, 6th and J Sti
North. Coast Limited,
For Tacoma. Seattle,
liortn xaxima. opo-
Kane, rutiman. iios-
cow, Leirlston, Itosj
land. B. C Butte.
Helena. St. Paul. Mln-
neaDOlls. Chicago. Doj
ton. New York and all
points East and South
Twin City Express, for
Tacoma. Seattle, Spo
kane. Helena, Bvtte,
8t. Paul. Chicago. Bos
ton. New lork. Omaha.
Kansas City, Couneil
BluSs; St. Louis, end
all points east and
Through train service via Northern Pacific
and Burlington line rrom Portland to Omaha.
Kansas City. St. Louts. Quick tlroo and un
TdSe North Coast Limited Train No. 2 for
South Bend. Olympia and Grav's Harbor
Se the North Coast Limited. Elegant Up
holstered Tourist Sleeping Car. Pullman
Standard Sleepers, Dining Car and Observa.
tion Car. all electric lighted. Solid vestlbulml
TickeU sold to all points In tho United
Stales and Canada, and bazgago checked to
destinatltn of tickets.
For information, tickets, sleeplnc-csr rwet
vatlons. etc., call on or write
A. D. CHARLTON
Assistant General Pasaenjjer Aprent,
25o Morrison St., Cor. Tliiril.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
BAILET GATZERT (Alder-strset Dock)
Leaves Portland dally every, morning at T
o clock, except Sunday Returning, leave As
toria, every nlpbt at T o'clock, except Sunday
Orccsn phone Main 251. Columbia, pheno 35L