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TTTE M"0"RNTN OKEGONIAN, SATTJRDaX NOVEMBER 10, 1900.
There, -was a healthier-tone, toj the
"wheat 'markets yesterday, and prices
"were a. shade higher In the East. A'
scarcity ox ships near at hand prevents
much activity in -the lopal market, and
tanners are not dJsposed,td" sell very free
ly at the prices which, are -offered. Quota
tions are generally from 5S54c for "Wal
la Walla, but as high as 55c was paid, yes
terday. Tonnagc.for distant loading Is
weaker a moderate-sized March ship ot
tering yesterday at 41s 3d, whllo it was
reported that, a big carrier was obtain
able for December-January at 42s 6d.
There are, Twit fi-e ships In the river to
finish, arid one," of them will complete her
cargo tomorrow The "barley market 1b
flat, except for limited quantises jt ;feed.
Exports na-ve been very light to date on
account of tho high ocean .freights.
In the produce markets yesterday here
was a continuation "of the weakness In
poultry, and some of the ordinary bffer
lng were sold: at very lofapprlces. Seldom.
It. 3ever, even at Christmas time, have
there been Jarger stocks ofpoor chick
ens 6a the market -than there were this
week, and there is but little, hope for an
Improvement until shipments are smaller.
In othr lines of producebuslness was
fairly good yraterday, and' prices are
holding steady, 'except -for veal -and pork,
which are easier under heavy receipts.
Portland . ?461.fllO
TStcema ., 177.522
Grain, Floor. Etc.
Wheat WaJIa. Walla. 5454c: Valley, nom
inal; btaestera, MgCTc per bushel. '
Fkr Best grades. $2'3lg-J0 ier barrel :
graham. -?2 ee. "
jO&ts White, 4142 per bushel; grayy 409
Barley Feed. S1515 50; brewing. $101G 50
Millstrffs Bran. $15 50 per ton; middlings.
$21. chart. $17; chop, $18.
Hay-Timothy. 1212 W: clover. $70 SO; Or
goa wild hay. $f7 person.
Batter, Ecs, Tonltry, Etc.
Butter Fancy creamery, 45800c; store, 230
80c per roll.
Eggs Eastern. 2023&c; Oregon ranch, firm
t 30c jer dzn.
Poultry Chicken, mixed. $2 503 50 per
dozen; hens, $8 501; Spring. $23 50; ducks,
W 506; geese. $997 per dozen, turkeys, lhe,
30911C; dressed. 1313c per pound.
Cheese Full cream, twins. ll12c; Toung
America, 12J413c per pound.
"Vegetable, Prnlt, Etc.
Vegetables Parsnips. S5c; turnips, 75c; car
rets. 75c per sack; onions, S5:$l; cab
bage, $1 36 f) 1 50 per cental; potatoes. 500
jBOc per sack: svi eet potatoes, $1 401 DO per
ct-ntal, celery. firt8fc per dozen.
Prult Lerooes. $2 70 8)4; oranges, $4 per
box, pineapples, $4 506 per dozen; bananas,
,$2 SO per bunch. Persian dates, 7c per lb ;
pears, 75e$l per box; apples. 50c g $1 per
box; grapes. Muscat. 00c$l. Tokay, $1; Con
cords. 2530c per basket.
Dried ,frult Apple, evaporated. 78c per
pound, .sun-dried, sacks or boxes. 5(gc; pears,
rc: prunes. Italian. S 9 7c. -silver, extra
choice, ,IK?7c; flgs. California black. 5c;. do
,rum and evaporated, 5 9 6c; plums, pltless,
white, 7So per peund.
Meat and Provisions.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers and
ewes, sheared, $8 50; dressed, 687c per lb ;
Spring lambs, 3c per pound gross, 'dressed, 7
Hogs Gross, choice heavy. $5 G05 75; light,
$5J dressed, 5c per pound.
Veal Large. 67c per pound; small, 8
8e per pound.
Beef Gross, top steers. $3 604: cows, $39
S 60, dressed beef, 0$7c per pound..
Provisions Portland pack (Shield branfl):
Hams, smoked, are quoted at ll?&c per pound;
plenlc hams, 8&c per pound, breakfast bacon,
13415e. bacon. lOUCllti. backs, ldijc. dry
eolt sides. 9Vil6c. dried beef. 15c. lard. 6
pound palls. 10V, 10-pound palls. lOJicj 50s,
lOHc? tierces, l&c per pounds s "Easfefn pack
Olammoad's): Hams, large, lt&e,' medium.
HVie, small, 12c, picnic hams, 'Se, shoulders,
c. breakfast bacon," 13Jri5q; dry salt sides.
OVt T lec; bacon sides, 10Jaip; backs,
XOftc. butts, 12c; lard, pure leaC.ketpen
derct, 5s. 10c. 10s. 10c. drledieet. 15c
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.''
Qptr.ee Mocha. 232Sc. Jaa. fancy, 2CQ32c;
Java, good. 2924c; Java, erdlpary. 1820c;
Costa Ulca. fancy. 1820c. do good. 1018cj do
ordlnar), 10C 12c per pound. Columbia, roast,
$13 IS. Arbuckle's. $14 13, Lion, $13 13 pr
Sugar Cube, $8 60, crushed, $0 00; pow
dered. $6 2d. dry granulated, $?; extra C.
'$5 BO; golden C. $5 49 net, halt barrels, c
more than barrels; maple sugar, lDfJIQc per
Salmon Columbia UK er, 1-pound tails, $1 50
0&i 2-pound tails. $2 25$2 50. fancy 1-pound
flats. $32 25. impound fancy nats. $1 109
1 SO. Alaska. 1 - pound tails. $1 40Q1 CO; 2
pound tails. $1 P0r2 25.
Nuts Peanuts. 9H4f7c per pound for raw. 9c
fot roasted; cocoanuts, K)c per dozen, walnuts.
10 lie per pound; pise nuts, 15c; hickory
nuts. 7e. chestnuts, l&c;Braz!l, lie, filberts,
15c. fancy pecans, 12'Hc; almonds, 15170
Beans Smalt thlte. 4ic; large do, 3?i4c;
bayeu, 34c. Lima, tic per pound.
Grain hags Calcutta. $lr6 124 per 100 for
Coal oil Cases, ISHc per gallon; barrels.
I44et tanks, 13c.
RWe I stand. 8c. Japan. 54c: New Orleans,
444c. fancy head. $7ifi7 09 per sack.
Heps New crop, lSf4e per pound.
oe4 vn "' TCaMern 'Oregon. g
12c, mohair. 25c per pound
Sheepekliw Shearlings. 1520c; short-wool.
2596c. medium-wool. ae50o; long-wool. G0c9
Taltw 4c: No 2 and grease, 23c per lb.
Hides Dry hides. No. 1. 16 pounds and up
ward, mrl&c. dry kip. No. 1, 5 to 10 rounds,
X&e per pound, do calf. No U under 5 pounds,
15916c. dry salted, one-third less than dry
fllpt: caMed hides, sound steers, CO pounds and 1
oer. tc. do W to 69 pounds, 7c; do un
jler 59 peiMds aad. cows. 7c; kip. 13 to 30
pounds, 7408c, do eal. 1 to 14 pounds. 7c;
do ealf. under 16 pounds. 74c. green (unsalted).
lc per pound less, culls (bulls, stags, moth
eaten, badly cut. scored hair slipped, weather
.beaten or grubby), one-third less.
Pelts Bearskins, each, as to size. $5315;
cubs. each. $1S; badger, each. 50c; wildcat,"
2575c. bousecat. 526c; fox. common gray.
49c4f$l. Ho red. $1 75ffS 50. do cross. $2 5096;
lynx. $24 50. mlak. 40c4r$l 75, marten, dark
Northern $5918; do pale. plae. $24; musk
rat. S 13c. skunk. 50S0c, otter Hand). $4
JS. panther, with head and claws perfect.
tlS. raccoon. 3560c. wolf, mountain, with
bead perfect. $3 59 5. wolverine. $2 50;
baver. per skla. large. $67; do medium, per
kin. $. do smalt pet skin. $192. do kits,
per side. $196.
VT3W YORK STOCK MARKET.
Enormous 'Bnalneaa Well Distributed
Throughout the List.
NBW TORK, Nov. 9. Today will prove
a memorable one in the,, history ox the
stock exchange both by reason of the
amount and the great variety of the busi
ness done. The aggregate" number of
shares of all stocks traded In footed up
no less than 1.M4.O00 shares of listed Issues
,asd the number of different stocks dealt
In amounted to 1 Issues. There were
none of the enormous Individual transac
tions which showed In the excited trad
ing And active buying of Wednesday.
Neither was there synchronous movement
of the ,wheat market which was so oon
sjHoueus on Wednesday. Including the
brief, period' of reaction after the first
opwata rush of -prices. Today's market
on the contrary was exceedingly varied
ind Irregular all day and the furious ac
tivity continued without Intermission or
abatement from die opening tju "the. close.
Th 'first transactions -showed prices of
same stocks pushing upward, while oth-
era .yielded .sharply to the pressure of
-realizing "sales. . Both, movements ..nro-cvedetJhSwlth-undiBiWjIsbod-
entire alsregaro of divergent tendencies
-at-work. Diffexxni ctvcJaj aad.-dirft rent
groups of stocks "were successively
brought forward Into the advance and.
successively yielded to the pressure of
profit-taking sales, while speculators
rushed to another group, transferring
their profits from one quarter of , the
market to be Invested in another. Noth
ing could be '"more "characteristic of a
genuine bull market in full swing; and
yie fact that the rotation of the specula
tion brought around Into the railroad
group again before the day had elapsed,
added to the confident sentiment for the
At the opening and during all the early
part of the day, the railroad stocks were
distinctly under pressure. Northern Pa
cific and the whole of the Pacific group
as vell as Pennsylvania ruled under last
night's closing level. But under the sus
taining Influence of the strength In other
points In the market, the profit-taking
in the 'railroads, including heavy selling
for London account, proceeded without
serious impairment of prices. The local
traction group and the mercurial indus
trials, Including Sugar and People's Gas,
continued" yesterday's upward rush for a
time, and then succumbed to the season
of proilt-laklng. . -Speculative interest
shifted to the steel stocks, and ultimately
carried stb"oks-ln that group upward from
3 to 5 points, the latter ,flgure. for
Steel & TVIre. 'which came late Info the
movement. The demand for these stocks
and their gains were, on the .whole, the
most conspicuous and well sustained of
The coalers advanced as a group, Bead
ing list, preferred, leading with a gain
of 2. They were followed by the grang
ers, Missouri Pacific Baltimore & .Ohio,
Norfolk & Western, and some Southern,
railroads, and during the last hour Sugar"
and the Pacifies generally.
The forecasts of the weekly cash
changes of the banks were not altogther
reassuring, but as the call loan loan rate
failed to give any warning indication of, a
scarcity of funds, tho speculative activ
ity was continued up to the close.
The bond market Was strong, active and
broad to a degree corresponding with that 1
ror stocas. 'notai sales, par vaiue,. .-
United States new 4s advanced. and
all other issues, except the registered 3s,
U per cent on the last call.
U. S". 2. ef.reg.l05N. T. Cent. Ifts...l08
do coupon lOSVilNorthem Pac'3s.. 70
d6 3s, reg 110 do 4 104
do coupon 110V4 Oregon Nav. lsts.,109
do new 4s.reg..l30?4 do 4s .104
do coupon 13Cy, Oregon S, L. 6s... 1274
d6 old 4s. reg....H6 I do con. 5 114
do coupon .7.. .110 RU Gr West. Ists DS
do 5s. rg 113Vi St. Paul eonsols...l72
do coupon 113i St. P C. & P Istsllh5
DlsL Col. 3-G3S...124W do 5s ,..11S
Atchison adj. 4s.. 8&UnIon Paelnc 4s. .108
C & N.W..con. 7137vW!s. Cent. lets.... 7
do S. P. deb Oj.ll7USouthcrn Pac 4s.. 83
D, & P.. G. 4s.... B9J West Shore 43.. ...112
Gen: Electric Osi.llS
The total sales of stocks today were 1 544,800
shares The closing- quotations were:
Atchison j.."35?4ItJnlon Pac" pret... IBYt
Ao pref ..v,...; 77lVabash 8
Bait. & Ohio-
Can. Soruthern ...
Ches & Ohio....
87 Wheel. & L. E
do 2d pref 26V
Wis Central H5
P C , C. & St. L.. 5T
Third Avenue ..,. 112
Chi. Gr Western. 13$
C, 03. &. Q. .. 1SJ
Chi, Ind &. L.... 24";i
ao pret re
Chi. & EasL 111.. flSW American
Chicago & X W..16791
United States' 5ft
C, R. I. & Pac..ll3W
Amer. Cotton Oil.. 30
do pref ......... 03
Amer Malting .... 54
do pref .- 24?t
Amer. Smelt. & R, 45Vi
U., C, U. & Kt. L 05,4
Colo. Southern ... (5
do 1st pref..... 40
do 3d pref IO41
Del. -A Hudson.... 11515
uei . Lack "v..ifio
Denver & Jtlo Gr. 21:
da pref ...t 03?4
do pref 73Tt,JAmer. Spirits
Erie - 1" dt prct ...v.... 17
ao ist prer 37 Amer. steet aoop. 3ivi
Gr.North. pref.. IBS
Hocking Coal .... 174 1 Amer.
steel & w
Hocking -VaHey .. :i do prat
Illinois Central . 121UIAmer. Tin Plate..
ion a central iu)41 ao pret ...
Lake Erie fc W
Lake Shore ....
Louis. & Nash..
Manhattan El .
Met St. RJ'....
Mex. Central . .
Anaconda M. Co
Brookljj R. T
Colo Fu?l & iron. 4i
Cont. Tobacco .... 33
do pref S5
Fcdefoi Steel 47ri
Minn. &. St. Louis-00
Gen. Electric 147
do pref ...... t 0S
Misourt Pncinc 50
Glucose Sugar .... .Sj4
do rref 1024
Int. Paper ..... 25W
arobiie & umo.... 41
Ml. K. & T 11
do pret 34j
do prof 704
New Jrsey Cenu.i3i
La Clede Gas C04
NatlonM Biscuit . Wlt
New York Cent...l37U
N'orfolk & West.. 4054 1
do pref ,... 02
1 vtu ufc. ....... TT3l.tvwut, uwu 4, . 74
do pref. ......... 79H
Tferthern. 1'aqlUc. (i do pret ......... v
' Ao pref ...'..... 75VNatlonal Steel .... 374
Pntarto A Wcat.. 24 I dp pref 02
O. It. &' N 42
do pref 7rt
do 1st pref 01?,
do 2d pref...... 30
Rio Gr. Western . 50
do pref 90
St Louis . S. F. 13
do 1st pref CO -
North American .. 1
Pacific Coast 584
do 1st pref 85
do 2d pref...,.,. 63
Pacific Mall 47U
People's Gas ..:,.. 08 -J
Pressed Steel car. 0.1
do pref , 87
Pullman Pal. Car. 191
Stand. Rope & T... 0
do 2d pref SOU'
St. Louis S W. .. 14U1
do pret 33l
St Paul 1214
do pref v HOT
Term. Coal & Iron. G5
U. S. Leather 18
do pref ..-. 7514
U S. Rubber 354
do prer ........1.4
St. Paul & O ....110
5outhtrn Pacific. 404
Southern Ry 14
ao prer ......... Jin
do pref 50TJ Western Union .
Texas & Pacific... lBUIRepubllfe Iron & S.
00 I do pref 014
Forelcn Flnnnclnl Kcrri.
NEW TORK, Nov. 9 The Commercial
'Advertiser's London financial cablegram
There was a distinct reduction In the
volume" of business transacted in the mar
kets here today, being partly due to the
obstruction of the Lord Mayor's show, but
due mainly to the approach of Monday's
Americans were not excited and the ac
tivity In them was much reduced. They
were keptabout steady by New York
support, but London Is still inclined to
realize because of the fact that the re
cent trading has been largely a pro
fessional gamble on the election of Mr.
McKInlcy. The market In the street,
however, proved a surprise, a very largo
number of brokers being .gathered, there.
There was more noise than business,
however. London seemed to require some
new development as an Incentive, .the
election impulse having been exhausted
(The Bank of England continues to influ
ence the market. Today tho Bank did
a small business in loans at 44 and dis
counts at 4 per cent, indicating that it
has the market well in hand.
Money, Exchange, Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 9. Sterling on
London, 60 days, $4 ; do sight, $4 S2.
Drafts Sight, 6c; telegraphic, Ttfcc.
NEW TORK. Nov. 9. Monoy on call.
34 per cent; last loans. 34 per cent;
prime mercantile paper, 44gt4, per cent;
sterling exchange, firm, with actual busi
ness In bankers bills atJl-C S4H for
demand, and at $4 SO6fJ4 S0 for CO days;
posted rates. $4 81 and $4 S5&i commer
cial bills. $4 80$4 S0&
Silver certificates 6SJ&665C,
Mexican dollars COc
Bonds Government, strong; state, in
active; railroad, strong.
LONDON. Nov. 9. Consols,
Money, 3&S per cent.
Stockit In London.
LONDON, Nov. 9. Atchison, 37?; ; Ca
nadian Pacific. 90H: Union Pacific, pre
ferred, S0&; Northern Pacific, preferred,
7St4: Grand Trunk, Ga; Anaconda. 9&.
Standard Oil Booming,
NBW YORK, Nov. 9. Standard Oil cer
tificates made a. new water-mafic' today,'
telllns at" 63$.
THE GRAIX MARKETS.
.Pricea lor Oereala In European and
SAN rRAN'ciSCO, Nov. ,9. Wheat-Futures
steady; spot wheat firm. Barley
I 'Quiet; spot barley strong. Oats Strong
tor-'seed- - " -
j otaptaUonj vsvn . .
Wheat Shipping, No. 1, U: choice. $1;
milling, . 02L0. ..
Barley Feed, 72i3c: brewing, SO
-Oats Black for seed, $l-22itl 30; red,
,U25127&. - - ,
Call board sales:
Wheat Steady; 'December, $1; Slay,
$1 OTk: cash, iU .,- -
Corn Large, yellow, -$1 20S1 2. , '
Chicago Grain and Produce.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Wheat formSd a
somewhat Irregular market early, feeling
the steady Liverpool cables on the ona
hand and on the other .reports dec.aring
damage claims for Argentina had been
exaggerated. December opened un
changed at 73ts&73&c, and shortly after
ward touched 73R8gT?&c. A drop to'TSVsC
was followed by a recovery, and the gain
In price was gradually- increased as the
session progressed. The falling off in re
ceipts helped, but .the chief boost came
from the shipping demand. Shorjts cov
ered freely the last hrour.- -December ad
vanced to 74W74C and closed ?c
over yesterday atjI3?ic.
Corn was fairly active. The market
opened easier on the favorable weather
a'nd liberal Argentina shipments, but
later, on the receipts, small country offer
ings amd ah Improved cash demand and
in sympathy -with wheat, rallied in good
shape. Tecember closed Hc up at
Oats were quiet, but shared In the pros
perity of the other leading grain mar
kots. December closed Mo higher at 22c.
Speculative business in provisions -vjas
the smallest of any day this month, and
the tendency of prices was downward.
The market opened firm on a lighter run
of hogs than expected, "but turned easy
on a slack demand and liberal offerings.
January pork closed 2&c lower, lard a
shade higher, ribs-unchanged.
The leading futures ranged as follows.
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Close.
January . .
..$0 72 $0 73 $0 72 $0 734
!? rntL 73 73-
.. 744 74
.. 37i 35
.. 3uV4 35'
.. 304 30'
..10 50 10 50
.. 0 05 0 074
.. C774 GS0
.. C 074. G G74
..0 25 '0 25
January 5 03 5 074
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 3 Spring, CS73c; No. 2 rea,
Corn No. 2, 38V39c; No. 2 yellow, 39
Oats No. 2. 2222?ic; No. 2 white, 26c;
No. 3 white, 24V428Sic.
Rye No. 2. 47V&4Sc.
Barley Good feeding, 39c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1, $1 77; No. 1 Northwest
ern, $1 7S4-
Timothy seed Prime. $4 1&'4 20.
Mess pork Per barrel, $10 65g)10 75.
Lard Per 100 pounds, $6 9747.
Short ribs sides Loose, $6 J50C 75.
Dry-salted shoulders Boxed, 596.
Short clear sides Boxed, $C G06 70.
Whisky Basis of high winjs, $1 27.
Clover Contract grade, $10.
On the Produce Exchange today, the
butter market was firm; creamei.es, 15
23c; dairies, 12415c. Cheese, dull, 10
llttc Eggs, steady; fresh, 20c.
Flour, barrels 10.000 19.000
Wheat, bushels 810,000 182,000
Corn, bushels 151000 150.000
Oats, bufihel3 182.000 133,000
Ryo bushels 3 000 .......
Barley. bu3hels 40,000 15,000
r?foTr Yorlc Grain nndTProdncc.'" '
.NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Flour Receipt,
41.707 barrel?; exports, 14.S13 barrels; mar
Yftieat Receipts, 56 230 bushels; exports,
11,000 bushels; spot, firm; No. 2 red, 98c
f. o. b.
Options opened firmer on English ca
bles, and were .strengthened by absence
of selling pressure. The close,. was steady
at. fcc net advance. March closed
82c; May closed S2c; December, 79c. '
Enropenn Grain MnrUcts.
LONDON, Nov. 9. Wheat Cargoes on
jpassage, quiet and steady; cargoes Walla
Walla, 23d 6d.
LIVERPOOL, NovTJ). Wheat In Paris,
quiet; flour In Paris, barely steady.
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 red Western
Winter, steady, 6s d; No. 1 Northern
Spring, 6s 4d; No. 1 California. 6s Jd.
Futures quiet; December, Cs d; March,
Corn Spot, quiet; American mfxed new-,
4s 2d. Futures quiet; December, 4s dj
January, 3s lOd.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 9. Wool
Spring, Nevada, ll13c; Eastern Oregon,
1014c; Valley. Oregon, 15017c. Fall,
mountain lambs. 910c; San Joaquin
plains, 6QSc; Humboldt and Mendocino,
Hops 1900 crop, JS16c.
Hay Wheat, 5913 30; wheat and oats.
5912 50; best barley, 59 50; alfalfa, 579
8 50; compressed wheat, 59313 per ton;
straw, S53?47Hc per bale.
MHlstuffs Middlings, 516 5019 00; bran,
51S 5015 per ton.
Potatoes River Burbanks, 3560c;
sweet, new, 50S5c per cental; Salinas
Burbanks, 90c51 15; Oregon Burbanks, 70
Butter Fancy creamery, 22Q23c; sec
onds, 2122c; fancy dairy, 21c; do seconds,
Citrus fruit Mexican limes, 544 50;
common California lemons, 51 001 75;
choice, 52 002 25; navel oranges, (3 OOHjt
4 50 per box; pineapples, 52S per dozen.
Cheese California flats, lOMHc per
pound; Young America, ll12c; Eastern,
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 1415c; do
hens, 14(ffl5c per pound; old roosters, $i 50
4 per dozen: young roosters, S3 SOW,
small broilers, 522 50; large do, 5303 50;
fryers, 5S3 50; hens, 53 6035 per dozen;
old -ducks, 534; geese, 51 251 50 per pair.
Green fruit Apples, choice, 51 25 per
box; common. 35c par box.
Bananas $12 50 per bunch.
Eggs Store, 2427c; fancy ranch, 36c;
Receipts Flour, 17,400 quarter sacks;
do Oregon, 2S70 quarter sacks; do Wash
ington, 96S0 quarter sacks; -wheat, 160,289
centals; barley, 3400 centals; oats, 1500
centals, do Washington, 1090 centals;
beans, 12,900 sacks; do Eastern, 1000 sacks;
potatoes, 6090 sacks: bran, 2400 sacks;
hay, 300 tons; wool, 123 bales; hides, 300.
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. Cattle Receipts,
2000; steady to strong; common butchers'
stock, weak: good to prime steers, 55 50
6 00: poor to medium, $4: 505 40; selected
feeders, S3 754 35; mixed stockers, 52 40
3 75; cows, 52 704 40; heifers. 52 S04 75:
cannersr 51 252 00; bulls, $46; Texas fed
steers, 544 95; grass steers, 53 354 15;
bulls, 52 8g3 25.
Hogs Receipts today, 22,000; tomorrow,
15,000, estimated; left over, 2000; opened 5c
lower? closed strong? good clearances;
top, 54 EC; mixed and butchers' 54 604i93;
'good to choice heavy. 54 "70g14 9G; rough
heavy, 54 534 3; light, 54 604 90; balk
of sales, 5 ?34 SPA.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; steady to strong;
lambs slow to 10c lower; good to choice
wethers, $44 30J fair to choice mixed,
S3 754 10. Western sheep, 54t SO; Texas
sheepN52 503 65, native lambs, 5406 40;
Western lambs, 55gS 40.
OMAHA, Nov. 9. Cattle Receipts, , 000
i Bead;, xqarjeet .steady: na.q.beetsteers,
JLH J& Si mslem steers, Ji 79; Tex- i
Downing, Hopkins 4 Co.
Chicago Board of Trade
New York Stock Exchatiae,
Room 4,- Ground Floor
as steers, $33 90; cows and heifers, $3 20
4 40; canners, tl 753 00. s.tockers and
feeders, $3 2&4 65; calves, $3 60g6 00, bulls
and stags. S3 004 00.
Hogs Receipts, 4800 head; market
steady to easy; heavy, $4 654 72; mixed,
54 6&ia0iUglit, 51.67(2.4 5;bulk ot sales.
J4 674 70.
Sheep Receipts. 4h00; market steady:
fair to choice Westerns, 53 174 15; com
mon and choice sheep, S3 303 SO; lambs,
KANSAS qiTT. Nov. 9,. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3000; market, .steady; Texas steers.
$3 10cfr4 95; Texas cowls, $2 603 75; native
steers. S3 05(ff5 50; native cows and heif
ers, Jl 504 50; stockers and feeders,
$2 655 00; bulls, $2 503 40.
liogs Receipts, 9000; market, steady;
bulk of sales, W 754 SO; heavy, J4" 6"r S2;
packers, $4 724'S0; mixed, $1 75(5"4 SO;
lights, $4 7004.82; Yorkers, $4 754 S2; pigs,
J4 404 SO.
Sheep Receipts. 2CO0; market, steady to
weaker; lambs, $3 70tS!5 40; muttons, $2 73
The Metal Markets.
NBW TORK, Nov. 9. Tin continues
to bo the only active option in the metal
market It 1s weak and somewhat lower
today, owing to tho rather unfavorable
cables from abroad and liberal selling or
ders here. The close was weak at $27 F0
27 75. Pig-iron warrants, quiet, at 5910.
Lake copper quiet at 516 7517. Lead and
spelter, quiet and 'unchanged at J4 37 and
?4 lOg 4 15. respectlvelj . The brokers'
price for lead was ?4 and for copper,
516 7516 870 Bar silver, C35bc
SAN FRANCISCoTiov. 9. Bar silver,
LONDON, Nov. 9Bar silver, 23Vid.
Th,e .Cotton Market.
NEW -YORK, Nor. 9. Cotton On the
call the market advanced 814 points ,and
soon after Increased the rise to 1415
points on excited general buying. Sen
timent on all sides was bullish, with spin
ners noticed to be frequent buyers of trio
Winter months. Higher prices In the more
Important Southern part of the market
gave color to reports that planters were
holding back cotton. The weakened sta
tistics received secondary consideration.
The market closed steady with prices net
11(014 points higher.
Coffee nnu Snjrrir.
NEW YORK. Nv 9. Coffee Steady
with a net loss of 5 points. Sales, 1700
bags, Including November, 56 95; January,
57 05; May, 57 25. Spot, Rio, steady;? No. 7
Invoice, 84c; mild, quiet; Cordova, 9J
Sugar Raw. quiet; fair, refining, 3c;
centrifugal, 96 test. 4JJc; refined, dull.
NEXT NEED IN PORTLAND.
Mlnlatcr SiiffKesti n Younjc "Woman's
POFjTLAND, Nov. 9. (To the Editor.)
Most religious and charitable organiza
tions are miking some plans tp celebrate
tho crossing of the line that separates
the centuries by some advance movement.
A clty or, the citizens of a city, may well
'do the same thing. We have many char
itable organizations, some think, too many,
but there is a real .demand for one more,
I rofer to some larger work for the multi
tude of young women that are In our
stores and shops and. offices. There Is a
home-like placq provided by the Woman's
Union, where much good is accomplished.
These can and. .ought to bo enlarged. Yet
there Is room aqd noea for an organiza
tion that will dp for young women ex
actly what thei.Young Men's Christian
Association is 1 doing for young- men.
These hundreds of young women are aa
much In need of social. Intellectual, phs
lcal and religious culture as their broth
ers. They need to be brought into ac
quaintance and friendship with those who
have been classed with greater advan
tages. This can only be accomplished
by an organization that has not upon it
tho suspicion of either charity or reform.
Where the wage-earning ypung wroman
can go and lose .nothing of her feeling of
Such an organization exists in many
cities In th Young- Woman's Christian
Association. Buildings are secured and
fitted with reading-rooms, parlors, gym
nasiums, and rooms suitable for educa
tional classes, after the manner of well
appointed Young Men's Association rooms.
Experience proves that the patronage is
ever greater than that given to tho young
men's rooms. The cost of securing and
furnishing a building Is something at first,
whether rented or owned, but after a timo
the organization becomes almost self
sustaining. This Is a movement that appeals to all
the people. It is too great for any one
religious denomination to undertake, nor
would it be best that it be done In that
way. Indeed, it appeals beyond strictly
religious lines, for tho aim is to help In
all the relations of life. The future of our
community depends upon the womanhood
that prevails aa much. as upon the man
hood. Every citizen is benefited by tho
work of the Y. M. C. A., and would not
bo less benefited by as vigorous and suc
cessful a Y. W. C. A.
For several years the college depart
ment of this organization has been in ef
fective operation on thl3 Coast, under the
leadership of Mrs. C. A. Dolph, and her
associates. Most ot the colleges in tho
Northwest have associations for younir
"women, and the work ha3 beenli benefit.
This, however, does nor cover the field of
the general association. After looking
over the field as carefully as possible, It
is my conviction that the people could
erect no monument to tho closing century
that would be of more lasting benefit than
to start on its mission a. Young Woman's
ECONOMY OF LARGE SHIPS.
Biff Steamer Consume Les Cool Pro
Rata Than Small Onea.
Tho tendency is to Increase the size and
speed of all steamers nowadays, and the
rule holds good In regard to self-trimmers,
saya a writer in the Engineering
Magazine. Many of them will carry 7O0O
tons of coal as cargo at 11 knots, and
there Is sufficient evidence to support
the view that tha larger the vessel the
more economical, in proportion, is tha
coal consumption. , A return now before 1
me, in which are given the results, of a
large number of voyages by different
ships, -shows that a 9000-ton steamer, run
ning 267 miles a day, had a consumption
of .036 pound of coal per ton displace
ment per mile- An SOOO-ton steamer, run
ning 206 miles a day, used .038 pound,
while a 7000-ton vessel, steaming 261 miles
a day. burned .04S pound A 6000-ton steam
er, going 2o7 miles a dayused .054 pound
Of coal per ton displacement, and a 5000-
Mormon Blehons' PIUS
ChimJi 4i Uuir totwocre. roun'oy
ot scU-inue, aauptcra. ezcetses, or
or cona-lpatlon, atpon Qulpkneaa of DIs-
ererr fuauo. Dear pet ddoaBafcnt- a care II St tuna.
. ln Cttimil.t. ,f.M fw.1. mmA t 1 .iilp. - m far
ctBacTK&adcd.vithbaxei. OrmUre free. AdVrcss, Bishop Remedy Co., 3an FrancIacO OaU
, IVr lr by AlCrica Paanaacj'SUlb aatt W alnjrteb rtreits, PcrtlftcO, OT
Chamber of Commerce
ton steamer, traveling 260 miles a day, .057
pound, while a 4000-ton steamer, going 2b9
miles a day, consumed .K1 pound.
These flgfires show In each case speeds
of close about 11 knots, and ttaey also
show that the cost of the 9000-ton seamor
for coal was less than half ,that of the
40CO-ton boat, per mile -per ton displace
ment, showing that the larger the steam
er the less the coal consumption pro
HOME FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS
Switzerland "Will Found a Place for
Them to Spend Vacations.
The Swiss educators are taking active
measures looking toward the founding of
a lohrerhelm ,or home for school teachers
during their holidays, upon the order of
the admirable elsenbahner-helm. or 'noma
for railway workers, on the Grublsbalm,
upon the slopes of the RIgi. midway be
tween Vitanau and the Kaltbad, says a
foreign correspondent. The hotel on tho
Grublsbalm, which owes Its' Initiative en
tirely to a committee of workers on the
Stslss railways, .has now been open for
thiee or four years. Any railway man
or member of a railway man's family may
be excellently lodged and boarded thor3
at a coat of three to three and a half
francs a day. The economical question Is
exhaustively treated In a little pamphlet
circulating among the teachers In the
Swiss common schools. If the railway
v.oikors can44help themselves" to so suc
cessful a co-operative hotel and pension,
wry cannot their educators do the same?
asks Herr Walt, the writer of the pam
phlet. The Railway Workers' Home op the
Rlgi nrt only pays its expenses, but at the
end of the last season showed a profit of
1.3 francs, which Is expected to increase
as It beccmos more Widely used. Th Ger
man schoolmasters in Silesia have already
provided themselves with a similar co
operative hotel and pension In the Sclu-cl
AT THE HOTELS.
r T Barlow & wf. NY
F Hoendorf, San Fr
C H Jacobs, Detroit
Isabella H Jacobs do
Gee K Burton. B F
J M Hadley, Ft Steele.
T N Rankin. San Tr
G Poncln, San Fran
Geo C Satch, Chicago
T O Hllbourn. do
O B Conn, San Fran
Jay W Adam". San Tr
A E Grave", San Fr
D J Riley. San Fr
A HornnMd, Victoria
Mrs C Cameron. S F
Geo H Clark. Cntcaso
Mrs E M "McD&nald.
K Mackintosh, Seattli
G P Falre, Minn
C O ApDtehagen, Du-
A B Lamherson
S Ilexter. N Y
M B Grepnwood, Ana
J "E Bronaugh & wife
As J Ottenhelmcr, S F
W R Cooper. N Y
J A Hunter, N Y
A M Prosser, .San Fr
A L Srhroeder. Ohlcano
W H Webb & wf, Cal
J J Oliver. St Paul
C C Root. Minn
C B Klttrldge San Fr
Fred W Graham
J T We)ls, N Y ,
r Elumengteln, vMrfr
S O Ffllton, Mllwaukep
LdOOiui? xjuneii, ikit
Fill!. Mont '
A Stronger la 3J X"
Harvey Feldmeler. do
S Roxworthy, Portlnd W C lhanu Beatrice,
F W Lineman. .NY j Nob ,
F W Lineman. ,NJ
C C Baldwin "N T
G -w Dorman nt yam
J B Crqwlry & wf, S F
Dr F McConriauijhty,
Mrs -O C'McConnnugh-
tv, Dajton, O
A Heunnch, San Fr
A E Dangler, Detroit
IT D Thtsroan, seauie
W E Tallant, Astoria
Columbia. River Seenery.
Rccrnlator Line steamers, from Oak
street dock dally, except Sundav, 7 o'clock
A. M. Tlie Dalles. Hood Rlier. Cm
cade Ioclc and return. Call on, or 'torn
agent for further Information.
Swen Hlden, Morrow,
Jaa T Law "on. San Fr
J Wisdom. Blackton.Ia
F H Da, Memphis
E D Wilcox, Tacoma,
Mrs Collins. Tacoma
J A Smith. BpoUane
Frank Brown, North
R Black, Cascade Lks
Mrs Portion. N Y
Mrs Bullock, Tho Dalls
Pat Walsh, The Dalles
A G Rsan. The Dalles
John L Kearnej, N Y
John-T Powers. N Y
C E Mclntoseh, Dalles
Henry Stewart, N Y
H H Hlxson, Nome
Alllo McConnell, Mos
A E Smiley. Ottawa,
Frank Ashley, dp
E S Abbott, Sumpter
Henrv C Martin. St L
Mrs C E Mclntoseh, do
)W R Nlchol3. Tacoma
C A Smith BrownsMll
Llssle Hunter, do
J J Beal, Tacoma
W A Butterford, San F
Wm Hanthorn, San Fr
W H Wilbur, San ft
Mrs W H WlltHir, do
W C Wright. Seattle
Mrs W C Wright, do
Elijah H Knox, Skag-
W S Da Is. Chlcaco
A M Kerr. Seattle
Geo W Grannls, Salem
Willis Island. Green-
L S Mason. Harrls-
Mrs L B- Mason, do
r A Erxln, Salem
E E Williams. Oreg C
R A Holt, Omaha
C S Reed. Seattle
H D Rohan. Missoula
H L Whltelock, Botn
Paul A TruUInser, As
H N Nelson. San Fr
C P Rjan, Hlllboro
I L Hunt, Spokane
Brt Summers, Hepp
W W Weatherford.
C Weatherford. do
Mrs P Young, Seattle
Miss Toung, Seattle
Miss Fowleri Seattle
C S Trulllnger, North
L S Stewart, do
S Beeson, San Fran
J B Willis. San Tran
C Q Branch, St Joe
Jafl Finlayson, Astoria
Mre Jas Finlayson, do
W W Stewart, San Fr
l S M Brown. Chicago
Mr II F Woodcock, ao
W F Slaughter. StHlns
Mrs W F Slaughtcr.do
C. W. Knowles. Manager,
C D Latourotte, Ore-
Chas E Comstock,
Jas Hughes. San Fr
Wm E Grogorj'.Astorla
D B R Downing, tea
side J B BIddle, Seaside
Mrs J B BIddle-. do
H M Riley, Astoria
Mrs Rllcy, Astoria
H W Palmer. Astoria
J E Fraser, Davenprt
Mrs Fraser. Davenprt
Peacle Ridings, "A
X L Adams, Cedar Rpd
A H Burke, Wash, d u
John Esphorst, St L
F Morrison, Salem
W D Hofln, Seattle
Edmond Glltner, Salem
F S Meyers, city
S A Clarke, Salem
C D Jcssup. Salem
t. Gloeser. St Paul
Stranger In N 1'
fous Loon, Long Creek
Hattle Delard, do
Miss Benner, do
O F HoTden, do
W Bennington. do
Mrs Loon, Long Creek
F M Grlbble, Seattle
R J Jennings, Bohemia
D M Klncald, Ores Cy
Mrs Klncald. do
Mrs Goo F Parker,
W H Brlnkcrhoft, Minn
C A Hass. Minn
L r Ward, San Fran
iH G Eldrldge, Gervals
John L Kearney, do
W B Whoeler, do
Hobt A Caskle. do
Harry Steward, do
'Mrs L T Ward, Ala
W F Hulls, Salt Lake
Hotel Brunswick. Seattle,
European: first-class. Rates. 75c and up.
One block from depot. Restaurant next
Tacoma Hotol, Tncomn.
American plan. Rates, 33 and up.
Donnelly Hotel. Tacoma.
European plan. Rates. 50c and up.
Railroad, Gas and
Bought and sold, including total issues.
Letters of Gredii m& Sraffs
Issued on Bank of Scotland, London,
Credit Lyonnais, Paris.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS
204 Dearborn St., Chicago.
31 Nassau SL, New York. 67 Milk SI., Boston.
THE MODERN APPLIANCE A posltlv
way to perfect manhood. The VACUUM
TkEAJMENT CUREfa you without medicine of
all nervous jr diseases cl the gcnsraUv or
gans, such as lost manhood, exhaustive drains.
Miricocele. Impoteno. etc Men are quick,) re
stored to perfect health and strength. Write
for circulars Correspondence confident! il.
THK HEALTH APPLIANCE CO . rooms 47-rt
1 Bafo Deposit building. Seattle Wash.
tare been la use oxer so run by tlie leaders of use Mormon
cures the wont cues la old sad jtlmz ubtag from effect.
a Lost Manhood, lm
ncca Insomnia, Pains
me- rtncSc, Konrous Otr
fa cnarse. Stops Kor-
EM lmput vi0( aca potencr to
Kestsrcs smau, toaeniopea
A r Ce.cabr fiuiL
Union Depot, Smb. and J Street.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
Leaves for the East. Via Huntington, at 9:00
A. M., -arrive!! at 4 30 P. M. -
For Spokane. Eastern WaahlnK&n. and Great
Northern points. Iees it B f. M-; arrives at
7 A. M. . v -
Leaves for the Cut. via Huntlnston, at 9:60
P. It. ...arrives at 8 40 A. M.
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
OCEAX AND KlYElt SCHEDULE.,
Water Unas schedule subject la change, -without
oCr.A.V 'DIVISION 'From Portland, reave
Alnaworth Dock at 8 P. M., sail bery 6 days:
lito. W. Elder. Saturday. Nov. 3, Tuesday,
Nov. Li; Frl Nov. Sd, Mod., Dec 4. ium
bla,, Mou., Oct. a; Thurs., Nov. a, ben., 5sov.
18. Wed., Nov. 23, Sat., Dec 8.
From San Francisco ball every 8 days.
Leave Spear-street Pier 24 at II A. M.: Geo.
v Elaer. Tuea , Oot. JO. rl . Nov. U. Men.,
Nov. 19; Thurs.. Nov. 2U. Sun , Dec 9. Co
lumbia. Sua.. Nov. 4, Wed.. .Nov. 14; Sit.,
Nov. 24; Tues r Dec. 4; FrL, Deo 14.
COLUMBIA 1UVEB DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Steamer Hassalo leaves PonlanU dally, ex
cept Sunday, at 8.00 P. M. , on Saturday at
10.00 F. M. Kcturnlns, leaves' AiorU daUy.
xcept bunday. at 7.00 A. M.
WILLAMETTE 1UVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SALEM. OR.
Steamer Modoc, for Salem and way points,
leayes from Ash-strect Dock at 0 A, M. on
Mondays.. Wednesdays, and FrUays. Jlcturn
ln. leaves .Salem at 0 A. M. on Tuesdays.
Inarsdaya and Saturdays.
YAMUILU JUVER. HOUT"
PORTLAND AND DATTON, OR.
Steamer Ruth. for-Orecon City, Butteville.
Champoeir, Dayton and way landing, ltuves
Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 7.00 A. M. Leaves Dayton for Portland
and way points Mondays, Wednesdays and
Frldajs at 0.00 A. M.
SAAKE lUVER. IIOUTE. ,
RIP ARIA. WASH . AND LEWISTON. IDAHO.
Steamer Spokane or steamer LewUion leave.1
Rlpnrla dally at J.40 A. M., arriving at Lew
lston about 6 P. M. Returning, the apokane or
Lwiston lea es Lcwlston dailv at 7 A. M., ar
riving at Riparla strnie .n.itz
W. H. IIURLBtfRT.
General Passonsr Acent.
V., A, SCHILLING. City Ticket Acant.
Telephbne Main 712. 80 Third st.. cor. Oak.
CHINA, AND JAPAN. FROM PORTLAND.
Fcr rates, accorarnodatlsns, etc.. apply to
OREGON RAILROAD & NAV. 0 .
Agents, Portland, Or.
Depot Flftli and
IStreeia. 1 '
for Salem. Rose,
burs. Ashland. Sac
San Krcnclsco. Mo
Jsve. Los Angeles.
El Paso. Nw Or
leans and the Eait.
8:30 P. M.
7:45 A. M.
3:30 A. M.
6:30 P. M.
- (dally exrept Sun-
da) morning train
connects ultb trala
for ML Ansel. Sll
and Natron, and
een.lnic train fo
Mt. Ansel and SII
erton. Albany pasaenger
7:30 A. M.
4:50 P. M.
J5:B0 P. M.
Dally. ULaily except Sunday.
Rebate tlcfe&i on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San rranclsco. Net rates $17 first
clast. and ?11 second class, including sleeper.
Rates and tlcketi to Eastern points and Eu-rop'-.
Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU ard
AUSTRALIA- Can be obtained from J B.
KIRKLAND. Ticket Agnt. 140 Third street.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson street.
Leave for Oswego dally at 7 20, W.iO A. K.:
12:0, 1 55. 3.25. 4 40. 0.23, 8 30. 11.J0 P. jd.;
and 9 00 A. M on Sundas only. ArrUb at
Portland dally at 6.35. b-10. 10 60 A. M.t
1-J5. 4.10. 4 30. 0 15, 7 40, 10 00 P, il.; 12.40
A. M. dally, excep''Slonday, 8 SO and lo.oa A.
M. on Sundays only.
Leave for Dallas dalty. except Sunday, at
S 05 P. M. Atrtve nt Portland at 0 30 A. M.
Passenger train leaea Dallas for Airlle Mon
das. Wednesdays and Friday at 2:45 P. M.
Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
C H. MARKHA1I,
Gen. Frt. & Tass, Act.
ONLY 70 HOURS
PORTLAND -TO CHICAGO
H Tf. ill 'H.l.lill
UNION PACIFIC R. R. CO.
OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. CO.
OREGON R. R. & NAVIGATION CO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
TO THE EAST
NO CHANGE OF CARS, to Denver,
Omaha, Kan;aj City and Chicago.
Only Four Days
To New Yorkr Boston, Philadelphia
1 and Washington. '
Palace Sleepers. Tourist Sleepers, Dining Cars.
Library Cars, Free Recllnlng-Chalr Cars.
Steam Heat. Pintsch Light. Fast Time.
Union Depots. Baggags cheeked to destination.
. CITY TICKET OFFICE .
135 Third, Street Portland, Oregon
J. S LOTHROP.
. GEORGE LANG.
City Pass. Tkt. Agt.
AJfona and Pomona
Dally (ex: Sunday) for Independence, Salem
and all way landings. Leave Portland ,6go A.
If- .aa& .C1am T A. Tut Tnf iatvikXtYntfi it
JL U. Omco and dock, foot Taylor zC
EAST m Mi
, SOUTH fmy
The Yellowstone Parjk arifj"
Pioneer Dining-Car Route
t'aJoa BepM,6UinJ J Sis
Overland Sxnrrss- for
l;4aP.M. South Bead. Abrd-eo.
OlympJa. , Tateras, Se
attle. North Yakima.
Pullman, Moscow J Lw
BtlllnssJ Farzo. St-
Paul. Minneapolis.' QWh
caggf. uoston. wasto
Cttn. D. C. New
rick, and all points
'east and aoutaeast.
Kansas Ciiy-St. Taiu
- No. -.
11:30 P. M
Special for Taeoma. Se
attle? North Yakima.
Helsaa. Butte, lltlitngs.
Omaha. St. Joeepn
Knpa C1W. fit. Louts.
Baltimore. Netr "i or!
-Beaten, and alf pks
'east and sovtaeaat.
BatrgSKH eHfcked to destlnstlen ofUeketa.
Ualoa Depet -ooanectlona is all principal ettles,
Threuch car service via, Northern Paclflo
BurUoxwa Jtwit. train No 4 fer Omaha, St.
Joseph? Kanas City St. Lauls. Qulek tlm
and uneqcalad accommodations. The only Uno
running- Pullman standard and Pullman Up
holstered tourist sleeper, the finest in tho
world. Bo-i-'ajvd to MlaaeicpoUa and St. Paul
' '" r' I
For any additional Information, tickets.
sleepfng-car rMn'atlons. maps of routes, tc.,
call.aur Trite to
. Ap. CHARLTON
Assistant General Pnoseneer Assent,
tSSi Morrison St., Cor. Third
' Portland, Oregon.
FIRST-CLASS AISD TOURIST
AND FROM ALL POINTS EAST
Tor full-part'culars-apply, to
H. H- ABBOTT. Agent.
,. 140 Third U Portland,
B. J. COTLE. A. Q. P. A..
Vaneauver. B. Ci
lltktt eiBct, 261 JlsrrhJi Srre:!. 'Pboaii)
(1 Oft ! M
Tn ljr. lllr o n4
from St. Paul. Mlnn
H1U, Duluih. Lhlcax. 1
1 aU r"nt Kat.
7 xr A M.
Throuch PalaoV and Tourlat Sletra, Dlalaa
and nuflet Smoklnc-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
3TEAMSHI? IUZUMI MARU
For Japan. China and alt Asiatic poUu via
About December 10th
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
.ror Mayirrs. IlalnUr.
CllfUic. Astoria. WW
IriTiiotv. Havel. Ham-
SlDOi, Tort ;tvens,
draimart I'ark. rifasld,'
$;O0 A. XL -L Aitorla and txaabor
11:10 A. if
OtCO P. U.
Tlelcet eftle. ZZZ Horrltaa at. and Union depots
J. C UXXO. Gen. Pass. Act.. Astoria.' Or.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
I OR ALASKA.
THE COMPANY'S elegant
steamships Cottage City, City
of Topeka and AlA'Kt Wlava
TACUMA U A,M.: SEATTLa
O P II . Nov. 1 0. II. 16.
Jl. U9, DM 1. 0, 11, 10. 21.
2l. 41, Jan. 5. A steamer
every fifth day thereafter.
Fu-thor Information obtain
company's folder. The eonipany reserves, th
right to .change steamers, sailing dates, and
hours of sailing, wittout previous notice.
AGENTts-N POSTON. 34U- Washington St.
Pertland, Or. ; B. W CAKLETON. N. P. R. R
Doclc. Taeomo. T1CKKT OFFICE. BIS First
ave.. Seattle. E. AV. MELSE. Tlqkat AgL;
IT H. LLOYD. Puget Sound Supt.. Oceoa
Dock. Seattle; C. W, MILEER. Alat Pttgst
Sound Supt.. Ocean Iock. Seattle.
0il 1.. (-TC- KINS JO. Uen Acts., B y
Hong Kong.' Via "Yokohama and Kobe. Dn
at Portland aa follows.
S3. MONMOUTHSHIRE Noy. 2S
SS MILOS Dee. 23
8S. SKARPSNO Jan. 23
For freight or pawags apply to
T. 1 Slew & Go Jot
68-10 Columbian, bldg.. Third and Oak sts.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
BAILEY GATZERT (Alder-street Dock)
Leave' Portland daily every morning at t
o clock, .except Sunday Returning, leares As
toria enery night at 7 o'cloclc except Sunday
on iSbaiif Main XM PolnrnMB' ph-ti' OL
, 1 1 1
SJ.rX. AiTr.MM. LJ te..t Prttrirt
ftr CMlUiiESTJSJt'l MUUSU
In 1IE11 in 0ld nu'lU Mm tX
wfckMMrtbiMB. Tafceno ether. BefWso
Daia-erscis Sabcilt-itUap aA IaalU
tln. Bd'Cf yar OroRiiv rMii4 4e. w
uj 6r rrXeulttr. Tetim-ilaU
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