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THE .MORNING OREGQNIAN, FKIDAY, , MABCH 8, .1903-
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL NEWS
The .wheat market yesterday was a rep- ! tant influence In the reaction. In addition,
etltlort of that of many days that pre- J the movement of prices had grown quite
ceded it. and there wis little business do- obviously under the influence of manlpu
inp. Produce receipts were heavy, but latlve pools, and the selling to take profits
prices were fairly well maintained ex- by this class Of operators in a market
cept in a few lines where there was some j where the public is not-taking a- large
weakness. The egg market is down to J part had the effect of turning prices
the lowest point of the season, and retail-
ere are selling at Vlk cents per dozen.
although they are doing it on a small
margin of profit, the wholesalers as yet
keeping the price at 12 cents per dozen.
Poultry is firm, and all good chickens
sell readily at quotations. "Veal and
pork are a little more plentiful.
Grain, Flour. Etc.
No sales of wheat for export were re
ported yesterday, and quotations are
nominal. Exporters are not anxious to
take bhips under present conditions
and about the only thing doing in wheat
at preterit Is in floating cargoes that have
already been purchased. Two more ships
arrived in yesterday, bringing the fleet
in port up to very good proportions. No
new transactions are reported In ships,
but there is an easier feeling in freights
in the north in spite of increasing firm
ness in California.
heat alia Walla. i5Cc; Valley,
nominal; bluestem, 5"!c per bushel.
Flour Best grades, $2 S0ST3 40 per bar
rel; graham, 2 CO.
Oats White, 4445c per bushel; gray. 42
Barley Feed, $1616 50; brewing, $16
16 50 per ton.
Millstuffs Bran, $16 per ton; middlings.
?21 50; shorts, ?1 50; chop, $16. ,
Hay Timothy. $1212 50; clover, $79 50;
Oregon wild hay, $6$T7 per ton.
Butter, Ecrk, Poultry. Etc.
Butter Fancy creamery, 221,g23c; dairy.
lS'fiSOc: store. ll13c per pound.
Eggs Oregon ranch,- MQlzyc per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, mixed. $o 5ft&4; hens.
$4 50 5 00: dress-ed. ll12c per pound;
Springs, $4CM 50 per dozen; ducks, $5g6:
geese. $5C)6 per dozen; turkeys, live, 10
He; dressed. 1315c per pound.
Cheese Full cream, twins. 1313c;
Young America, 13Vfel4c per pound.
Vcjrctnblea, Fruits, Etc.
Vegetables Parsnips, S5c; turnips, S3c;
carrots. S5c sack; onions. $2 753; cab
bage, $1 C3?1 75 per cental; potatoes. 455C
60e per sack; sweet potatoes. $1 65 per 10Q
pounds: celery, S0S90c per dozen; Cali
fornia tomatoes, $2 50 per box.
Fruit Lemons, choice. $2 00; fancy.
$2 502 73; oranges. $1 7502 50 for navel;
$1 501 75 for seedlings, per box; pineap
ples. $4 00ff4 0 per dozen: bananas, $2 59
g3 00 per bunch; Persian dates, 6c
.per pound, apples, $11 50.
Dried fruit Apples, evaporated, &6c
per pound, sun-dried, sacks or boxes,
8&4c: pears, 89e; prunes. Italian. MJ7p:
silver, extra choice, 5z7c: figs, California
blacks, 5c; figs, California white, 5(570;
plums, pitless, white, 7tflSc per pound.
Jler.t and Provisions.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers,
$4 75; ewes. $4 0084 50; dressed, C&7c per
Hogs-rOross. choice heavy, $3 (XXg'S 25;
light, 4 754?o 00; dressed, 67c per pound.
Veal Large, 77c per pound; small,
&9c per pound.
Provisions Portland pack (Shield
brand), hams, smoked, are quoted at 12c
per pound; .picnic bams, 014c per pound;
breakfast bacon. 14&015c: bacon, ll&c;
backs, lie; dry salted sides, 1014c;
dried beef, 13c; lard, five-pound pails,
lie; 10-peund pails-, Wftcr 50s. lO&c;
tierces, 10c per pound; Eastern pack
(Hammond's) hams, large, 124c; me
dium, 12l&c; small. 13c; picnic hams, 9c;
shoulders, 9c; breakfast bacon, 13?i(2
154c. dry salted sides, 9&&10c; bacon
sides. 10&llic; backs. 11 c; butts. 104C;
lard, puro leaf, kettle-rendered, 5s, lllfcc;
10s, lie; dry salted, bellies. 10n-54e.
bacon bellies. Il'5il2?ic: dried beef, 15c.
Beef Gross, top steers, $4 50g4 75; cows.
$4 004 50; dressed beef. 7g-Sc per pouna.
IIodk, Wool, Hide. Ctc.
Hops 12lic per pound: 1S99 crop. 67c.
Wool Valley. 1415c; Eastern Oregon.
8&12c; mohair, 21ii23c per pound.
Sheepskins Shearlings, 15(20c; short
wool, 2585c; medium-wool, 3050c; long,
wool, 60c?$l each.
Tallow Sc: No. 2 and grease, -22c per
Hides Dry hides, No. 1, 16 pounds and
upward. x415c; dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 16
pounds. 14CfJ5c per pound; dry calf. No. i.
sound stefcrs, 60 pounds and over. 7Sc:
dq, jsQ to' CO pounds. 77c; do, under 50
pounds tf7e; kip, 10 to 30 pounds, 67c;
do vealJO to 14 pounds, 7c; do calf, under
10 poqmls, 7$JSc; green (unsalted), lc per
pound -less: culls (bulls, stags, moth-eaten,
badly cut, scored, halr-shpped, weath
beaten or srpbby), one-thfrd less.
Pelts Bearskins, each, as to size, $5?20;
cubs, each, $25: badger, each, J0!o40c;
wildcat. 315z; .house cat. 5620c; fox, com
mon gray, .W&fcOc; do red, SI 5002; do cross,
$5115. lynx, S2rS; mink, 50SU 25; mar
ten, Jark Northern, $G12; do pale pine,
51 50fi2: muskrat, 510c; skunk, 25S35c; ot
ter (land), JS?; panther, with head and
claws perfect, $2JS; raccoon. 303Tc.
T.-olf. mountain, with head perfect, $3 50!gi
5; prairie wolf or coyote, CCXft75c; wolver
ine. S47: beaver, per skin, large, 55(56; do
-medium, per skin. J37; do small, per
fckin. $1?2: do kits, per skin. 5075c
Giocerles, Nuts, Etc
Coffee Mocha, 232Sc; Java, fancy, 260
S?n? Java, irood 9Vii24f- Invn nn)lnin
lSC-2l)c; Costa Rica, fancy, 1820c; Costa
Rica, so3, J6filSc; Costa Rica, ordinary.
J0ttl2c per pound; Columbia roast, J12 75;
Arbuckle's, $12 25; Lion, 512 25 per case.
Rice Ibland. 6c; Japan, 5c; New Orleans,
4&5c, fancy head, $77 50 per sack.
Sugar Cube, 56 43; crushed. $5 70; pow
dered, 56 05; dry granulated, $5 95; extra
C, $5 43; golden C. $5 35 net, half barrels
c more than barrels; sacks, 10c per 100
Jess thun barrels; maple, 1516c per pound.
Salmon Columbia River, one-pound
tails. $1 50JT2; two-pound tails, J2 25S?2 50;
fancy one-pound flats, $22 25; -pound
fancy flats. 51 101 30: Alaska tails. 51
125; two-pound tails, 51 902 25.
Nuts Peanuts, 6fo7c per pound for
raw, 9c for roasted; cocoanuts, 90c per
dozen; walnuts, 10(QTlc per pound; pine
nuts, 15c; hickory nuts, 7c; chestnuts, 15c;
.Brazil, llo; filberts. 15c: fancy po
under 5 pounds, 1415c; dry-salted, one
third less than dry flint; salted hides,
cans. 12614c: almonds, 15gT7c per pound.
Beans Small white, 5c; large white,
5c; bayou, 3c; Lima, 6c per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta, 566 12 per 100
Coal oil Cases. 19c per gallon; bar
rels, 15e; tanks. 13c.
Stock salt-50s. $14 25 per 100; 100s, 513 70.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Vigorous Resistance to Bears Fol
lovred 1' Later Liquidation.
NEW YORK, March 7. The market
?nado a vigorous resistance this morning
to an early bear drive. By means of the
sustaining influence of individual stocks,
early losses were largely wiped out and
the level of prices generally carried over
last night, but during the latter part of
the day the market succumbed to depres
sion and speculative liquidation came Into
force. The result is a predominance of
net losses on the day. A few stocks
maintained a marked net gain, but they
were rather palpably under manipulation
for their sustaining influence on the rest
of the market while profit-taking was
going on. The narrowing supply of avail
able credits and the calling of loans by
some of tho banks was tho most inpor-
There has crown up some feellnc that
the recent ease of the money market has
been in some sort due to artificial causes,
prompted by the desire of large capital
ists to insure smooth sailing for some of
the important financial operations recent
ly set afloat. Such artificial ease must
necessarily be limited in duration, the
natural course of events having their in
evitable results in due time. Besides the
absorption of over $3,500,000 by the Sub
treasury from the money market, and the
seasonable turn In the tide of the Interior
money movement to New York, the money
market has felt the effect this week
of the payment by the Union Pacific of
half the purchase price of Its controlling
interest In the Southern Pacific. The
Pennsylvania Railroad is also reported
to have paid over several million dollars
on account of th Long Island Railroad
Money rates have consequently worked
closer, and some of the holders of stocks
on margin have been prompted to liqui
date. This session was particularly
marked today in Pennsylvania, Union Pa
cific and Burlington, which were made 1
the subject of Joint operations for a rise
during the last few days. An effort was
made to continue pool operations for an
advance by a revival of reports of the
St. Paul absorption by Great Northern
and Northern Pacific interests. This had
the effect of lifting St. Paul l?i. There
was a turn against the shorts in some
of the steel stocks not Included in the
United States Steel Corporation, whica
resulted in advances from 2V4 to 6 in
the Republic Steel stocks. Colorado Fuel
and Tennessee Coal. All of these stocks
fell back after the demand from the
shorts had been satisfied. The pressure
against Amalgamated Copper carried It
off at one time 1. and It closed with a
nefloss of a point. The steel stocks con
tinued very dull and generally heavy.
The bond market was quite active today,
but Irregular. Total sales, par value
$5,400,000. United States preferred 2s de
clined i per cent on the last call.
U. S. 2. Tef. reg.lOSViiN. Y. Cent. lsts...l07Vi
do coupon 105,, Northern l'ac 3s.. .lVi
do-3i rejr. Ill
do 4i 105.
dp coupon 111
Oregon Nav. lstn..llO
do 4s 104
do new -., reg..i3
do coupon 137silDreBon S. I. Cs....l27-it
do old 4 b. if p.... 11 3 j do con. 5s 1)6
do coupon 114 IRlo Gr W lKts...IO0
do 5s. n?K 111 fit. Paul console. .1S4
do coupon 111 .St. P. a & P. IstsllSV,
Dlst. Col. 3-C5s...l23 j do 5s 121
Atchison adj. 4s. . 1)3 (Union PaclHc 4s...H)fiy,
C. & N.W. con. 7sl40k.lVls. Cent. lt. .. 8S
do S. F. deb. Ss.IISl; West Shore 4a. .....115
D. & It. G. 4s 102 Southern Pac. 4s.. 93
Gen. Electric 5s. ..170
The total sales of stocks today were 861,600
ehare. Tho closing quotations were:
Atchison 57iWabash 16T
do iref .. .. til-) do pref 31-
Pale & Ohio 03 (Wheel. & L. E.... J5
do pref JJ2U.I do 2d pref 31
Can. Pacific 00(Wls. Central lb
Can. Southern ... 5iiP. C. C & St. L.. 57
Ches. & Ohio 44Thlrd Avenue .... 1C.
Chi. Gr. "Western. 19iNational Tube 53fc
C. B. & Q 147? do pref 102
Chi , Ind. & L.... 32l EXPRESS CO.'S.
do rref 71Adams 153
Chi. . East. 111.. .loovii American .1S74
Chicago & H. W..173 (United States 3SW
a, R. I. & Pao...l24TtWell8-Fargo 137
C. C, C. & St. L. 75 MISCELLANEOUS.
Colo. Southern ... OKJAmer. Cotton Oil.. 2(1
do 1st pref 44 do pref g5
do 2d pref 18lAmer. Malting ....
Del. &. Hudson.. ..105t do pref 2514
Del.. Lack. & W..173VjlAnier. Smelt. & It. r.,
Dener & Rio Gr. 3!) J do pref 03i
do pref 8S!Amer. Spirits li
Erie 27W do pref 17
do 1st pref 65 JAmer. Steel Hoop. 3H
Gr. North. pref...lMfL, do pref ,r SIM
Hocklnc Coal .... 15IAmer. Steel & W. .'
Hocklnj? Valley .. 50 I do pref ;)(JW
Illinois Central ...130JjAmer. Tin Plate... 02
Iowa Central 27 do pref 101!
do pref 53 do pref 140
Lake Erie & "W... 41 Amer. Tobacco ...120
do prel. i...lll .J Anaconda r. V... 47
Lake Shore 210' Brooklyn R. T 7C
uouis. &. is&rn.... iwsj -oio. fuel & Iron.
Manhattan Bl ...IW.Cont. Tobacco
. XI U
"" "t- "J ...... .1U. I u IUU1 .....
Mex. Central 17lFederal Steel ,
Minn. & St. Louis 70V! do pref
do pref insu,Gen. Electric .
Mls-wurl Pacific .. 89Glueose Sugar
Mobile & Ohio.... 80 i do pref
M.. K. & T 20'Int. Paper ...
do pref 549l do pref
New Jersey Cent.lD51Ia Cled Gas ,
cw lum v-ciii...j-i '.vi.iiionl UlSCUll 35"
Norfolk & West.. 48 I do pref 02
do pref 85 ) National Lead .... 1554
Northern Pacific. 83Tt' do -pref S0
do pref 87INtIonal Steel .... 45
Ontario & West... 31 I do pref 102
O. R. & N 42 IN. T. Air Brake.. 155
do pref 70 North American .. 75
Pennsyl-anla ....151IPaclflc Coast 52
Reading 314! do 1st pref SS
do 1st pref 71S4I do 2d pref 02
do 2d pref 41'54,IacIflc Mall 354
Rio Gr. Western.. 05 JPeople'js Gaa 103
di pref 73 Pressed Steel Car.. 30
St Louis & . F.. 3S?J do prf 73
do 1st pref 82 Pullman Pal. 'Car. 200
do 2d pref 0C;Stand. Rope & T.. 31
St. Louis s. W 2ti.Sufrar 141
do pref 58 I do pref 123
St. Paul 153 ITenn. Coal & Iron. 54
do prof 104 IU. S. Leather 12U,
St. Paul & 0 125 J do pref 74
Southern Pacific. 451U. S. Rubber 10
Southern Ry 2-" do pref 58
do pref 70 Western Union ...SS
Texas & Pacific... 28'Amal. Conpor 100
Union Pacific 01'RepubJlc Iron & S. 1M
85) do pref
Money, Exchange, Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 7. Sterling
on London. CO days, 54 85; sterling on
London, sight, 54 SS; drafts, sight, 12c;
drafts, telegraphic, 15c; Mexican1 dollars,
NEW YORK, March 7. Money on call
steady: last loans, 22 per cent; prime
mercantile paper. 34 per cent; ster
ling exchange easier, with actual busi
ness in bankers' bills at 54 87 demand
and at 54 84 for CO days; posted rates.
54 S5?4 S5 and 54 SS; commercial bills.
54 834 84; sliver certificates, 61c; Mex
ican dollars. 49c.
Government bonds weak-
State bonds inactive.
Railroad bonds Irregular.
LONDON. March 7. Money, S4 per
cent; consols, S3 ll-16d.
Foreign Financial Kevrs.
NEW lOuiv, March 7. The Commer
cial Advertiser's London financial cable
There was a general reaction on the
Stock Exchange here today. Everything
except Americans suffered because money
was tighter and no news came out to In
dicate progress toward peace in South
Africa. The American department en
Joyed a fairly brisk trading. In the early
hours profit-taking put stocks down a
little, but this soon ended and the mar
ket rallied under the lead of Atchison
and St. Paul, which were in good demand.
Then New York came in for support,
buying chiefly Chesapeake & Ohio shares.
Copper shares were weak. The Tinto divi
dend is now estimated at only 45s. The
bank bought 5000 In gold eagles.
The hardening of money rates was
caused in part by the repayments to the
bank of a big sum borrowed some time
ago. Calls were 3 pec cent; time money,
3; discounts, 3i&3. Brokers, however,
are fighting shy of the new loans now,
expecting the government soon to dis
burse heavy amounts.
The February trado reports show that
exports have deceased 9.5 per cent, due
mainly to the fall of Iron and coal prices.
Imports have increased 5.5 per cent, chief
ly In cereals.
Stocks In London.
LONDON. March 7. Atchison, 59;- Ca
nadian Pacific. 94; Union Pacific preferred.
88; Northern Pacific preferred, 90; Grand
Trunk, 7; Anaconda, 9.
Cotton Was Lower.
NEW YORK. March 7. For a brief
time at the start only did today's cotton
market show symptoms of steadiness.
Even then sales reflected a loss of 16
points. Thereafter it was on a nteady
downward niovement. Early in tle after
noon May fell to 8.41 cents, under a flurry
of selling from the outside and the pit,
occasioned by estimates for much larger
receipts at the ports and Interior towns
tomorrow. Official news that Southern
spot markets were weak and lower helped
to depress the market later, which wprked
steadily lower. The close was steady,
with prices net S15 points lower.
Sew York Stocks.
These quotations are furnished by R. W.
McKlnnon & Co., members of the Chicago
Board of Trade:
Anaconda Cop. M. Co.. 48 4S j
Amal. Copper Co 100 101
Atchison com 5S 5S i
Atchison pfd 92 924
Am. Tobacco com 121 121 j
Am. Sugar com 141 1424
Am. Steel & Wire com. 2954 39i
I Am. Steel & Wire pfd. 96 96
-n.iu. aicei xioop com.... tvfr &ru;
Am. Steel Hoop pfd j Xl
Am. Tin-Plate com.... 62 , 62
Am. Tin-Plate pfd
Baltimore & Ohio com.. 91
.Baltimore e& onio pfd.. 93
Brook. Rapid Transit.. 75
Chi., Ind. & L. com.... 33
Chi., Ind. & L. pfd.... 71
Chi. Burl. & Qulncy.... 149
Chicago & N. W com.. 172?4
cm., M. & St. F. com. 153
Chi., R. I. & Pacific... 125
New Jersey Central 15G
Chesapeake & Ohio 43
Canada Southern 57is
Colo. Fuel & Iron com. 44
Cont. Tobacco com 46i
.Delaware u Hudson.... 166
Del.. Lack & Western. ....
D. & R. G. com 39 i
D. & R. G. pfd SSW
Erie com 2$V4
Erie lsts pfd 66
Federal Steel com 44
Federal Steel pfd S3
Illinois Central 131
Louisville & Nashville. 94
Met. Traction Co 164
Manhattan Elevated... 118
Mexican Central 17
17 I 17
89 I S3
Missouri Pacific 904 90
Mo.. Kan. & Tex. com.j 21 21
-UU., XV.1I1. OZ J.eX. IUU.I iHVM 30
) 54 51x
New York Central 143 144I143I143
Norfolk & West- com.. 4SI 4S ,4S 4S
Norfolk & West pfd.. 1 j t So
Northern Pacific com..! S4l S3 S3 83
Northern Pacific pfd.. 87 SS 87' 87
National Steel com 40 46 45 45
National Steel pfd 102 1102 101102
Ontario &. Western 32' 32 32; 32
Pennsylvania Ry .....'152.,152,150'l51
People s G., C & L. Co.
Pressed S. Car com....
Pressed S. Car pfd....
Pacific Mall S. Co
Reading 2ds pfd
Reading lsts pfd
Southern Ry. com
Southern Ry. pfd
Texas &. Pacific
Tenn. Coal & Iron....
Union Pacific, com
Union Pacific pfd
U. S. Leather com
U. S. Leather pfd
U. S. Rubber com
U. S. Rubber pfd
31 3l! 30 , 30
73 74 1 73; 73
35 S5i 35 i 35-
32 32 31' 31
41 42 41 41
71 71 71 71
24 25 24 24
79 79 7S 79
45 45J 44 45
2S 29 2S 28
50' 55 49 54
92! 92 91 91
S6 S6 85 85
12 12 12 12
74 75 74 74
19 19 IS? 19
5S 5S 5S 58
88 88 SS 8S
17 ! 18 17 17
31 I 321 31 I 31
Western Union Tel
THE GRAIN' MARKETS.
Prices for Cerenli In European and
SAN FRANCISCO, March 7. Wheat
Steady on call; weak in spot market.
Barley Futures neglected; spot weaker.
Spot quotations were:
Wheal No. 1 shipping, 95c; choice, 93c;
Barley Feed, 7173c; brewing, 77
Oats Gray, Nominal: black for, seed,
$1 221 22; red, U 251 43.
Call board sales: -.-. '
Whoat Inactive; May, 97;- Decembri
?1 03; cash, 95c.
Barley No sales.
Corn Large yellow, Ji 12gl 15. ""
Chicago Grnin and Produce.
CHICAGO, March 7, Opening transac
tions in wheat were c lower at 75
S75c for May delivery, a condition of
speculative affairs due to a variety of
bearish - influences. Liverpool was de
pressed, to begin with; Northwest re
ceipt were liberal, and the weather of a
mild character, calculated to stifle crop
damage reports. Commission houses sold
heavily, and during the flrst half hour
Ihe marked was pounded to 7575c.
Then tho market became dull, and under
local buying, much of Its covering by
shorts, reacted to 75c. During the after
noon the pronounced weakness of corn
and oats, and the discouraging export
situation, awoke, bears to the possibilities
of the situation and the market declined
with some celerity to 73c, and closed
weak, 6c lower at 7575c.
Corn opened weak on freer country
offerings, liberal receipts and a elack
shipping situation. In sympathy with
oats, the low point of the day was
reached in the afternoon, but it steadied
again on the reported engagement of 37
loads for export. May closed c lower
As was the case yesterday, the oats
market led in the weakness of the grain
markets, due to the unloading of the
longs. May closed c lower Qt 2424c.
Provisions were active and strong all
day. Tho market opened at a small ad
vance because of a light run of hogs
and advanced sharply on buying by in
fluential packers. The close was strong,
May pork 30c higher; lard, 7c up, and
ribs, 710c up.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. HlKhest. Lowest. Clogs.
March S0 73i 50 73 $0 73 50 73
April 74 74 74 74
May 75 . 75 75 75
March 3S 3S 3S 38
May 40 40 40 40
March 24 24 23 24
May 25 25 .24 21
March 14 55
May 14 25 14 05 14 25 14 52
May 4 7 50 7 57 7 60 7 55
July ..; 755 7-02 765 7 CO
September ... 7 C2 7 70 7 62 7 67
. SHORT RIBS.
March 7 15
May 7 12 7 22 7 17 7 20
September ... 7 25 7 32 7 25 7 30
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 3 Spring, 6771c; No. 2 red,
Corn No. 2, 39c; No. 2 yellow, 39c
Oats No. 2, 2525c; No. 2 white, 2Sc;
No. 3 white. 2627a
Rye No. 2, 52c; fair to choice malting,
Flaxseed No. 1, 51 54; No. 1 Northwest
ern. 51 56.
Timothy seed Prime, 54 40.
Mess pork Per barrel, 14 35gl4 40.
Lard per 100 pounds, 57 477 50.
Short ribs Sides, loose, 57 10g7 30.
Shoulders Dry salted, boxed. 6S6z.
Sides Short clear, boxed, 57 507 C2. 1
Clover Contract grade, 510 75.
On the Produce Exchange today butter
was dull. Creameries, 15X22c; dairies, 10
Eggs Dull; fresh, 13c.
Flour, barrels 43,000 23,000
Wheat, bushels 54.000 31,000
Com. bushels 23S.O00 104.000
Oats, bushels 321.000 181.000
Rye. bushel 5.000 1.000
Barley, bushels 10,000 0.000
Xevr Yorlc Grain and Produce.
NEW YORK. March 7. Floor Receipts,
12,000 barrels: exports. 10,000 barrels; mar
ket, quiet and without feature.
Wheat Receipts, 5400 bushels; exports,
105,000 bushels; spot, dull and easier: No.
2 red, f. a b. afloat, S0c; elevator, 78c.
Downing, Hopkins &
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
Options opened .lower under disappoint
ing cables, good weather and further
declined under realizing: returned to best
prices on covering, following rumors of
large export sales. Closed weak; March,
79c; May, 79c; July, 79c.
European Grain MarketH.
LONDON, March ".Wheat cargoes on
passage quiet and steady; cargoes No. 1
stAndard California. 30s ld; cargoes
Walla Walla, 2Ss 7d; "English country
LIVERPOOL, March 7. Wheat Dull;
No. 1 standard California. 6a 3d; wheat
and flour In Paris, weak; French country
markets, eas,y; weather In England,
Wheat Spot, dull; No. 1 California, 6s
2d; No. 2 red Western Winter, 5s lid;
No. 1 Northern Spring, 6s 2d. Futures,
quiet; May, 5s lld; July, 5s Ud.
Corn Spot, quiet; American mixed,
new, 3s 9d; do old. 3s Hd. Futures,
quiet; March, 3s Sd; May, 3s 9d; July,
IROX AXD STEEL.
Enormous Demnnd for Finished
Products- In All Lines.
vm rnnk' March 7. Discussing, the
condition of tho iron and steel trades, the
Iron Age says:
"Evidence of the enormous home con
sumption of this country is pouring In
from day to flay, and is a surprise to tho
most cangulne. For the time being it
certainly disposes of the doubts as to the
possible effect of a sharp decline in our
Iron and steel export business.
"Nothlnghasbeen heard as, yet In regard
to this season's ore prices, but apparent
ly the trade has gone ahead with little
reference to what decision may be finally
reached. Whlic the heavy buying of pig
iron for steel-making purposes seems to
have exhausted Itself, the large consum
ers being covered, there has been heavy
trading In foundry pig Iron. The leading
Arms, of. pig. iron, merchants report their
.sales have averaged close to 10,000 tons
per day lately. Not only the principal
melters of Iron, like the cast Iron shops
and the malleable iron founders, nave
been contracting for delivery beyond the
middle qf-the year, but the great mass
of small founders, too, have been placing
orders. .This applies more particularly to
all the" leading Interior markets, tidewater
points having been relatively quiet. Prices
have advanced from 75 cents to 51 per
ton above the lowest point, quietly made
early in February, and the market closes
firm. The large steel concerns seem to
have turned to melting-stock- for a fur
ther supply of raw material, and a good
deal of activity is reported In scrap and
In old steel rails.
"The steel market is still very bare,- and
premiums are quite generally paid for
prompt delivery over pool prices. It is
possible that the billet association may
this week decree that the logging "offi
cial" prices catch up with, the market.
The tendency of prices In rolled steel Is
distinctly upward, and if continued 'may
force the United States Steel Corporation,
when it takes hold, to iaco a series of rel
atively high prices. There is talk of lift
ing steel plates another 52 per ton, and
pipe has already gone up 2 per cent.
"The domestic consumption of finished
material continues extraordinary. As an
example, the fact may be quoted that
during Februaryt a short month, the
American Steel & Wire" Company received
specifications aggregating 160,600 tons, the
heaviest month in Its history. Like in
formation comes from the plat mills, the
structural shops, the sheet mills, and the
bar mills. Our reports from" the various
distributing markets 'ndicate that work Is
still coming up in a flow, so that employ
ment up to the middle of the year id well
assured. The Spring trade this year Is
certainly exceptionally active in all heavy
"We shall not, therefore, for some time
to come, feel the decline In the export
trade in Iron and steel. It is a differ
ent matter In the metals. Present prices
for copper would be out of the question
were it not for the enormous home de
mand. The outlook for consumption in
Europo is undoubtedly very blue in all
branches of the metal trade. This is
shown, too. by tha way in which lead and
spelter are acting in Europe. It Is of in
terest to note that the leading pig lead
producers here are negotiating with inde
pendent producers to restrict production,
since stocks are getting heavy."
SA.f FnANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 7. Wool
Spring Nevada, HS13c; Eastern Oregon,
10013c; Valley Oregon, 14015c; Mountain
lambs. 910c; San Joaquin -plains, 67c;
Humboldt and Mendocino,. lOftllc.
Hops 1900 crop,' 1520c.
Millstuffs Middlings. 51719 50; bran,
514 50gl5 50.
Hay Wheat, 59v13; wheat and oats, 590
12; best barley. 59 50; alfalfa, 579 50;
compressed wheat, 5913 per ton; straw,
3547c per bale.
Potatoes River Burbanks. 3560c; Sali
nas Burbanks, 73c51 17; Oregon Bur
banks, 6090c; Early Rose, J50375c.
Onions 53,00 per cental.
Vegetables Green peas, 3660; string
beans, 68c per pound; asparagus, 717c.
Citrus fruit Mexican limes, 57 50S 00;
common California lemons, 75c; choice,
52 50; navel oranges, 50c5? per box.
Bananas 50c51 50 per bunch.
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 10llc; do
hens, 1213c per pound; old roosters, 54
450 per dozen; young roosters, 566 5o;
fryers, 53S5 50; hens, $4g5 50 per dozen;
small broilers. 5304; large do, 54 5035; old
ducks. 54fi5; geese. 51 50gl 75 jer. pair.
Green fruits Apples, choice, 51 25 per
box; common, 30c. per box.
Butter Fancy creamery, 18c; fancy
dairy, 13c; do seconds, 12c.
Cheese California, full cream, 9c;
Young America, 10c; Eastern, 15016c.
Eggs Selected, 12c; ranch, 12c.
Receipts Flour, quarter sacks, 9310;
wheat, centals, Utah. 600; barley, centals,
1170; oats, centals. 450; corn, centals; 480;
potatoes, sacks, 5354; bran, sacks, 415; mid
dlings, sacks, 210; hay, tons, 36S; wool,
bales, 82; hides, 6S5.
CHICAGO, March 7. Cattle Receipts,
9000, including 500 Texans; generally
steady; cannon?, lower; . good to prhno
steers, 55 056 25; poor to medium, 53 60
5 00; stockers and feeders, strong, 52 75
4 60; cows, 52 654 25; heifers, 52 704 50;
canners, 5252" 60; bulls, Iow, 52 6004 25;
calves, steady, 5456 25; Texas fed steers,
54(?4 90; Texas grass .steers,- 53 354; Texas
bulls. 52 50Q3 50.
Hogs Receipts today. 18,000; tomorrow,
22,000; left over, 3500; opened shade higher,
closing- weak; top, 55 65; mixed and butch
ers, 55 35a C2; good to choice heavy,
55 505 65; rough heavy, 55 30 45; light,
?5 355 60; bulk of sales. 55 4705 57.
Sheep Receipts, 15,000; sheep strong;
lambs, steady to slow; good to choice
wethers, 54 3054 85; fair to cholce'.mlxed,
54fr4 40; Western sheep, 54 25JT4 85; Texas
sfieep, 52 50g3 75; native lambs, 51 50g3 25;
Western lambs,' 55 5 25.
OMAHA, March 7. Cattle Receipts.
2300; market, steady to stronger; native
beef stee"rs, 54Q4. 50; Western steers, 53 "OQ
4 50; Texan steers, 533 90; cows and heif
ers, 54 10; canners, 523; stockers and
Chamber of Commerce
feeders, 53 25S4 50; calves, 53 50g7; bulls
and stags, 52 754 25.
Hogs Receipts, 6000; market, shade
higher, closed wealt; heavy, S3 375 43;
mixed; 55 325 37; light," 55 30S5 35; bulk, of
.sales, 53 37U5 40
Sheep Receipts 6200; market, steady:
fair to choice yearlings, 54 5034 80; fair to
choice withers, 54 2004-50; common and
choice sheep, S3 6003 $5; lambs, 54 25g3 10.
KANSAS CITY. March 7. Cattle Re
ceipts, WOO; market, strong; Texas steers,
53 9004 75; Texas cows, 52 7503 75; native
steers, 54 7505 95; native cows and heifers,
53 9504 95; stockers and feeders, ?3 SO
5 00; bulls. 53 O04 23.
Hogs Receipts, 10.COO; market, steady;
bulk of sales, 55 3305 45; heavy, 55 3505 53;
packers. 55 3505 45; mixed, 55 3005 45;
lights, S3 3005 40; Yorkers, 55 2005 35; pigs.
54 S505 15.
Sheep Receipts, 1000; market, strong;
lamDs, 54 9O0O 03; muttons, 53 9004 CO.
The Metal Mnrkct.
NEW YORK, March 7. There were no
noteworthy changes In the metal market
today. Speculative Interest was lacking
with the information, from abroad about
as predicted. Tin was dull and about
unchanged, though a shade lower abroad,
where prices closed at 119 2s 6d for spot
and future at 113 7s 6d. The nominal
close here was on the basis of 526 25,f?26 S5.
Copper was featureless and unchanged at
517 for Lake. Superior, and 516-52 for cast
ing. In London copper closed at 70 2s 6d
on spot and 71 2s 6d on futures. Lead
was quiet and unchanged. Spelter, thotfgh
displaying a weak undertone. In the ab
sence of buyers, was not quotably lower,
closing at 53 9704 02. Pig-iron war
rants, ?9 50010 30: Northern foundry, 510
010 o0;' Southern foundry, 514 50015 75; and
soft Southern, 513015 75. Bar silver, 61c
SAN FRANCISCO, March 7. Bar silver,
LONDON, March 7. Bar silver. 2Sd.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. March 7. Coffee options
closed steady, with prices unchanged to 3
points net higher. Sales, S0.5O0 bags. In
cluding, March, 56 1006 15; May, 5S 2306 30;
June, 56 25; spot, Rio, quiet; No. 7 in
voice, 7c; mild, dull; Cordova, S012c.
Sugar Raw, weak; fair refining. 3 9-lfic;
centrifugal, 96 test, 4 l-16c; refined, dull.
LONDON, March 7. A sale 'of 37S9 sheep
skins was held today. There was a full
attendance, but there were not many Con
tinental buyers present, as usual. Com
petition was fair at about January rates.
The demand for crossbreds was less sat
isfactory, and prices 5 per cent lower,
mainly on medium full wool grades..
MOVEMENTS OF MARS.
Neighboring Planet Will Be "Vct
Tvnrd Bound Until April.
No wonder that the most ancient ob
servers of the starry .Armament noticed
that certain stars were wanderers among
the so-called Ibced stars. It is so patent
to eyes that love to see and behold!
"Within the last month wo have had such
an excellent opportunity to watch our
interesting neighbor, planet Mars, in his
march onward through ppace. though
this bo only his regular circuit about his
central pivot, the sun. A month ago Mars
was about half a degree below the cycle
of the constellation Leo or the Lion. Just
now he is exactly between Regulus, the
point of the handle and the cycle Itself.
Regulus is a ilrst-magnltude star, and
yet he pale's In slze'and color before the
mighty Mars, glowing red and fierce.
Mars is retrograding, that-la, going west
until April, when he will move eastward
again. Meanwhile, It will be Interesting
for the scientific and the fanciful to
watch this Martian loop In the glorious
constellation of Leo or the Lion, having
95 visible stars, two of which are. of the
first magnitude and two of the second.
Two splendid stars of highest dignity,
Iwq of the second class the Lion boasts.
E. S. A.
MoMInnvIlle ScUool Aftalrn.
M'MINNVILLE. Or., March 7. The re
ceipts of McMInnvIUe school district for
the year just closed were $5033 53, of which
all but S cents was expended. Dr. Gou
cher will serve as director for the en
suing year, and "William Scott as clerk.
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Pacific' Coast Steamship Co
The Company's steamships
COTTAGE CITY. SENATOli.
STATE OF CAL. AND AL
KI leave TACOMA 11 A. M..
SEATTLE 0 P. M.. March 1.
0. 11. 18. 21. 2C. 31. Apr. ft.
10. 12, 20. - 25. 30. May 0.
Steamers leave every fifth day
thereafter. tor turther in
formation obtain Company's folder.
"The Company reserves the 'right to changa
steamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing,
without previous notice.
AGENTS N. POSTON. 24D Washington st..
Portland. Or. F. W CARLETON. K. P. R. R.
Dock Tacoma: Ticket Ofllce. 018 First ave,.
Seattle. !. TALBOT, Comm'l Agt.. C.W. MIL
LER. Asat. Gen'l Agt. Ocean Dock. Seattle:
OOODAT.L. PERKINS & CO.. Geh'I Agents.
Vladivostok? Port Arthur
CALLING AT TIEN TSIN. WEI HAI WEL
KIAOU-CHOU AND CHEE FOO IF INDUCE
SS. BRAEMAR -will be dispatched from Ta
coma about April 7.
For rates and- space reservations apply to
DODWELL & CO.. LTD..
General Arents. 232 Oak st.
Union Depot, Sixth and J Streets.
THREE TRAIN3 DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
Leaves for the East. Ua Huntington, at 0.00
A. M.; arrives at 4:30 P. M.
For Spokane, Eastern Washington, and Great
Northern points, leaves at 0 . M.; arrives At
7 A. M.
Leaves for the East, via Huntington, at 0:00
P. M.; arrives at 8:4U A. M.
TUilOUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
OCEAN AND ltlVEK. SCHEDULE.
Water lines schedule subject to chantta with
OCEAN DIVISION From Portland, leave
Ainsuortb Lock at & P. M., aail every o days,
Geo. V. Elder, Sun., Mar. 3, Wed., March U,
bat., March U, luea., April ti; Fn., April 1-.
Coiumbiu, Fri., Murcn a, Mbn., March IS;
Tnurs., March '2S; sun., March 7.
From ban Francisco Sail every 0 days.
Leave Sitar-street Pier 4 at 11 A. M., Co
lumbia. Mon.. March 4. Thurs.. March 14;
bun.. March '.'4. Wed., April J; bat.. April 13.
Geo. Y. Elder. Sat.. March u; Tucs.. March
IS; Frl.. March ); Mon.. April B; Tnura.,
COLU3IUIA RIVER. DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND AbTORlA.
Steamer Haasalo leave Portland dally, ex
cept bunday. at 8:00 P. M. ; on Saturday at
10.00 P. M. Returning, levea Astoria, udlly,
except Sunday, at 7.00 A. M.
"WILLAMETTE KlVfc.lt DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SALEM, OR.
Steamer Ruth, for Salem. Independence and
it ay points, leaves from Ash-street Dock at d
A. M. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Friduys.
Returning, leaves Independence at 5 A. M..
and Salem at U A. M., on Tuesdays, Ihursdays
CORVALLIS AND ALBANY.
Steamer Modoc leaves Portland at II A. M.
on Tuesdavs, Thursdays and Saturdays. Re
turning, leaves Corvaills at C A. 11. on Mon
du. Wednesdajs and Fridays.
YAMIIILL RIVER ROUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAYTON, OR.
Steamer Elmore, for Oregon City, Buttevllle.
Cbampoeg. Dayton and way landings, leave
Portland Tuesdays, Tnursduys and Saturdays
at 7 A. M. Leaves Dayton for Portland and
way points Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays
at 0 A. M.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
RIPARIA. WASH.. AND LEWISTON. IDAHO
Steamen, leave Rlparla at 3:40 A M. dally,
arrlv lng at Lewlston about 3 P. M. Returning,
leave Lewlston at S:30 A. M.. arriving at Rl
parla same evening. A. L. CRAIG.
General Passenger Agent.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe. Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers for Manila. Port Ar
thur and Vladlvostock.
For rates and full Information call on or
dress officials or agents of O. R. & N. Co.
Leave 1 Depot Kl ft ! and
i I Streets.
for Salem, ltos
Burg. Ashland, bac
r a m e n to, Ujcdn.
San Francisco. Mo
Jave, Los Aneeles,
El Paso. New Or
leans and ths East.
At Wood burn
(dally except Sun
day), moraine train
connects with train
for Mt. Angel. Ml
v e r t o n, lirowm
vllie. Sprlngtl eld.
and Natron, and
evening train for
Mt. Angel and Sll
verton. Albany passenger
Sheridan poss'kt ..
8:30 P. M.
S:30 A. M.
7: A M.
7:20 P. M.
4:00 P. .
117:30 A. M
IU-.50 P. M
10:10 A. M
Ii5:30 P. M.
118:25 A. M
Dally. 1 1 Dally except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on ale uetwten Portland, Sac
ramento and SAn Francisco. Net rates IT nrst
class and $11 second class. Including sleeper.
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu
rope. Also IAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA Can be obtained from J. B.
KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent. 140 Third street
Passenger Depot, foot of JeOersoa street.
Deav for Oswego dally at 7.20, 'OHO A. M-;
1210 1:05, 3.25, 4:40. to -25, 8.JU. 11. jo P. M.;
and l):0O A. M. on Sundays, only. Arrive at
Portland dally at U.J5, aJO. '10.60 A. M.:
1-3B 3:10. 4:30. 0:15. 7.40. lo.Oo P. M.; 12.40
A. M. dally, except Monday, 8:30 und 10J03 A.
M. on Sundays only.
Leave for Dallas dally, except 8unday, at
5-03 P. M. Arrive at Portland at :30 JA. M.
Passen?r train leaves Dallas for Airlla Mon
days Vdnesdas -rid Fridays at 2:45 P. M.
Returns Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays.
C. H. MARKHAM,
Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
Tickt Office 122 Third St ' Phone 680
The Flyer, dally to and ARRIVE
from St. Paul. Mlnne- j . a
apolls. Duluth. Chicago .
and all points East. :0O A. M
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dlnlnr
and Buffet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP K1NSHIU MARU
For Japan. China and all Asiatic points will
About April 1st
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
For Maysers. Rainier.
Clifton. Astoria, War
renton. Flavel, Ham
mond. Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Pk.. Seaside.
Astoria and Stasnor
7:00 P. M.
11:10 A. it
U:40 P M
Ticket office 233 Morrison st. and Union Depot.
J. C MAYO. Gen. Pass. Agt.. Antoria. or.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STR. HERCULES takes the place of
UAILEY GATZERT lAlder-street Dock).
Leaves Portland dally everj . morning at 7
o'clock, except Sunday. Returning, leaves As
toria every night at I o'cluvk. except Sunday.
Oregon phone Main 331. Columbia phono- 35L
Aftona and Pomona
Dally (ex. Sunday) for Independence, balero
and all way landings. Leave Portland 0:43 A.
M.; leave Salem b A. M. . Independence, 7 A
M. Offlce and dock, foot Taylor st.
11 SUNSET Tl
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AINSLIE. DR. GEORGE, Physician... 603-6QO
ANDERSON. GUSTAV, Attorney-at-Law...8U
ASSOCIATED PRESS; E. L. Powell. Mgr.8VU
AUSTEN. F. C. Manager for Oregon and
Washington Bankers' Life Association, of
Des Moines, la. C02-503
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION. OF DES
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BAYNTUNV GEO. R.. Manager for Chas.
Scrlbner"s Sons .... , 013
BUALS EDWARD A.. Forecast Official U.
S. Weather Bureau ...910
BENJAMIN, R. W.. Dentist 314
BINSWANGER, DR. O. S.. Phys & Sur.410-U
BROOKE. DR. J. M.. Phys. &. Surff.... 70S-70O
BROWN. MYRa. M. D 313-31-4
BRUERE. DR. G. E.. Physician.. .412-413-4U
CANNING. M. J. 002-603
CAUK1N, G. E.. District Agent Travelers'
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CnURCHILL. MRS. E. J. ...710-71T
COFFEY. DR. R, C. Phys: & Surgeon... 70O
COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANT
, , 6O4-C05-COG-CO7-013-ai4-flia
CORNELIUS. C W,. Phys. and Surgeon...20a
COVER. F. a. Cashier Equitable Life 300"
COLLIER. P. F., Publisher; S. P.' McGulre,
DAY. J. G. & L N 313
DAVIS. NAPOLEON, PresUent Columbia
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DICKSON. DR. J. F.. Thyslclan itv713-7H
DRAKE. DR. II. B.. Physician.. .612-513-514
DWYER, JOE E.. Tobaccos 403
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FENTON. DR. HICKS C; Eye and Ear 511
FENTON, MATTHEW F.. Dentist 500
GALVANI, W. H.. Engineer and Draughts
GAVIN. A. P.esldent Oregon Camera Club,
GEART. DR EDWARD P.. Physician and
GIESY, A. J., Physician and Surgeon.. 709-710
GILLESPY. SHERWOOD. General Agent
Mutual Life Ins. Co 404-405-400
GODDARD. E. C. & CO.. Footwear.......
Ground floor. 129 Sixth street
GOLDMAN. WILLLVM. Manager Manhat
tan Life Ins. Co.. of New York 209-210
GRANT, FRANK S., Attorney-at-Law....'C17
HAMMOND, A. B 310
HOLLISTER. DR. O. C. Phyi. & Surg.504-505
IDLDMAN, C. M.. Attorney-at-Law.410-17-lS
JOHNSON. W. C. 315-310-317
KADY. MARK T., Supervisor of Agents
Mutual Reserve Fund Life Ass'n....UU4-603
LAMONT. JOHN, Vice-President and Gen
eral Manager Columbia Telephone Co COO
UTTLEFIELD. H. R.. Phys. and Surgeon.2'J0
MACKAY. DR. A. E.. Phys. and Surg. .711-712
MARTIN. J. L. & CO., Timber Lands. ..601
McCOY. NEWTON, Attorney-at-Law 715
McFADEN. MISS IDA E.. Stenographer. .201
McGINN. HENRY E.. Attorney-at-Law.311-12
McKINNON. J. D.. Turkish Baths. 300-301-302
METT, HENRY 213
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MOSSMAN. DR. E. P., Dentist. .. .312-313-314
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO., of
New York; W. Goldman. Manager. . .209-210
MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASS'N;
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McELROY, DR. J. C, Phys. tc Sur,701-702-703
McFARLAND, E. B., Secretary Columbia
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McGUIRE. S. P., Manager P. F. Collier.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.. of Naw
York; Sherwood Glllespy. Gen. Agt... 404-3-0
NICHOLAS. HORACE B.. Atfy-at-Law..715
NILES. M. L.. Cashier Manhattan Life In
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OREGON DN'FIRMARY OF OSTEOPATHY;
Dr. L. B. Smith, Osteopath.. .......403-409
OREGON CAMERA CLUB 214-215-210-21T
PACIFIC CHRISTIAN PUB. CO.; J, F.
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PORTLAND EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY,
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PORTLAND MINING & TRUST CO.; J.
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QUIMBY. I- P. W., Gamo and Forestry
ROSENDALD. O. M.. Metallurgist and Min
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REED, F. C, Fish Commissioner 40T
RYAN. J. B.. Attorney-at-Law 417
SAMUEL. L.. Manager Equitable Life. ...300
SECURITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
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STKOWBIUDGE. THOMAS H.. Executive
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