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THE MORNING OBEGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1901.
The tona of the market -wis nominal 1
yesterday, and but few changes were
noted. The tendency of eggs was up-
ward, owing to the prospective Easter de
mand. Some lots brought 14c, although
13c seemed to prvail. Supplies were
received from the Valley, but a good
demand steadied the price of the market.
Butter was weak, owing to liberal re
ceipts of domestic and California prod
uct. Demand was lght. There -was no
movement In poultry.
Vegetables were well cleaned up In an
ticipation qt ihe-arrival of the California
steamer. Very good hot-house lettuce
from LaCamas sold for $1 75 per case. A
supply of home jiarrots and parsnips was
on hand. Good cabbage was scarce, and
sold for JlMOgl 50. 'The best grade will
not be ready until the Oregon product
shall come along, owing to the difficulty
of getting it fresh from the south. Farm
ers are generally busy at home, but the
usual number was seliing potatoes. Ow
ing" to. high prices last year, they have a
large supply on hand. Prices were steady,
although new product tends to force them
do-rn. A supply of California will be in
market today and may lower the quo
Apples were scarce and firm. A choice
consignment! from Hood River sold for
$2. Bananas are strong. New supply may
not Arrive until next week, and prices
have risen. Citrous fruit is stationary
Fruit jars have advanced 7c to ?t per
Spokane . . . .
$.140 748 S2.1PM
Grain, Flour, Etc.
The local wheat market was steady yes
terday, with a fair amount of business
doing. Since "the price got up to a fig
ure where 45 cents could be paid around
"Umatilla and "Walla Walla Counties,
there has been a. freer selling movement,
and more disposition to clean up the
bins without waiting for any further im
prpyement. The European and Eastern
markets were fractionally lower, but an
easier feeling in freights on the Pacific
Coast Is helping prices somewhat, or at
least preventing a decline. Quotations,
as usual, cover quite a wide range. Some
buyers said they were securing wheat at
504 cents. Others admitted that they
were paying 57 cents, and there were the
usual rumors of higher prices being paid
for milling stock.
Wheat Walla Walla, 57c; Valley nomi
nal; bluestem, 39c per bushel.
Flour Best grades. $2 0Jf3 40 per bar
rel; graham. ?2 60.
jOats White, $1 23 per cental; gray.
. Jl 20f?l 22& per cental.
Barley Feed, $10 50017; Brewing. 516 50
17 per ton.
Millstuffs Bran. $1C per ton: middlings,
?21 50: shorts. $17 50; chop. $16.
Hay Timothy. $12612 50; clover. $79 50;
Oregon wild hay. $G7 per ton.
Hopii. Wool, Illdex, Etc.
Hops 12?'14c per pound; 1899 crop, 67c.
Wool Valley, 1415c; Eastern Oregon,
912c; mohair, 20i21c per pound,
.Sheepskins Shearlings. 1520c; short
wool. 2535c; medium-wool, 3050c; long
wool, G0c$l each.
TaUowSc; No. 2 and grease, -22c per
Hides Dry hides, "So. 1, 16 pounds and
upward, 14156, dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 16
pounds, A4&15c per pound; dry calf, No. 1,
sound steers, CO pounds and oyer, 7(58c:
cso, 50 to -CO pounds, 7C?7c; do, under 50
pounds, 67c: kip, lo to 30 pounds, G4
7c; o veal, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c; do calf,
under 10 pounds, 7(JJSc; green (unsalted).
lc per pound less; culls (bulls stags,
moth-eaten, badly cut, stored, hair
slipped, weather-beaten or grubby), one
thlrdf less; -
Pelts BearsHlhsr each, as to size, $5
20; cubs, each, $265; badger, each, 1040c;
wildcat. 25Q75c; house cat. 520c; fox,
common gray- 3050c; do red, $1 502;
do cross, $5&15; lynx. $23; mink, 50SJ1 25;
marten, dark Northern, $612; do pale
pine, $1 50&2; muskrat, 510c; skunk, 23
35c; otter (land). $57; panther, with head
ind claws perfect, $25; raccoon, 3035c;
wolf, mountain, with head perfect, $3 50
5; prairie wolf or coyote, CO75c; "wolver
ine, $47; beaver, per skin, large, $36;. do
medium, per skin. $3Q7; do small, per
ekin; '$12; do kits, per skin, 5075c
Butfcr, KgK, Poultry, Etc.
Butter Fancy creamery. 22(g25c: dairy,
17fe&20c; store, 1012c per pound.
Eggs Oregon ranch, 13Hc per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3 505; hens,
$5f.5 50; dressed, H12c per pound;
Springs, $4Cw per dozen; ducks, $5G;
geese, $6S?S per dozen; turkeys, live, 9Jp
10c; dressed, 13g14c per pound.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 1313c;
Young America, 13"A14c per pound.
Vegetables, Frnlts, Etc.
Vegetables Carrots, 75S5c per sack;
onions, $2 2563; cabbage, $1 4(01 50 per
cental; potatoes, 4553c per sack; sweet
potatoes, $1 75 per 100 pounds; new po
tatoes, 3c per pound; celery, S090c per
dozen; California tomatoes, $1 50'2 per
Fruit-Lemons," choice, $2 00; fancy,
$2' 50fc-2 75: oranges. $1 7362 50 for navel;
$1 50'l 75 for seedlings, per box; pineap
ples, 46;4 50 per dozen; bananas, $2 25
oZ per bunch; Persian dates, '6c per
pound; apples, $162.
Dried . fruit Apples, evaporated. 5g6c
per pound; sun-dried, sacks or boxes,
3&4c pears, S9c; prunes, Italian. 5S7c;
silver, -extra choice, 57c; figs, California
blacks, 5c; figs, California white. 56r:
plums, pitless, white, 7Sc per pound.
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.
Coffee Mocha, 232Scr Java, fancy, 26
32c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, ordinary,
lS20c; Costa Rica, fancy, 1820c; Costa
Kica, good, 1618c; Costa Rica, ordinary,
10612c per pound: Columbia roast, $12 75;
Arbuckle's", $1225; Lion, $12 25 per case.
Ricer-Island. 6c; Japan, 5c; New Orle
ans, 46-Sej fancy head, $77 50 per sack.
Sugar Cube. $G 23; crushed, $6 50; pow
dered, $5 S5; dry granulated, $5 65; extra
Q, $5 23 golden C. $5 15 net, half barrels
4c .more than barrels; sacks, 10c per 100
less tban barrels; maple, 15(jjl6c per pound.
Salmon Columbia River, one-pound
tails, $1 502; two-pound tails, $2 2562 50;
fancy one-pound ilats, $262 25; -pouna
fancy flats, $1 1061 30; Alaska tails, $i
1 25; two-pound tails, $1 9062 25.
Nuts-Peanuts. 6&7c per pound for
raw, 9o for roasted; cocoanuts, 90c per
ddzenr walnuts. 10llc per pound; pine
nuts, 15c; hickory nuts, 7c; chestnuts. 15c,
Brazil, He; filberts, 15c; fancy pecans, 12
14c; almonds, 15617c per pound.
Beans Small white, 5?ic; large white,
5c; bayou, 3c; Lima, eAc per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta,' ?G 506 75 per 100
Coal oil Cases, 19Xc per gallon; bar
rels, 15c; tanks. 13V&C.
Stock salt 50s, $14 25 per 100; 100s, $13 75.
" Meat and Provisions.
'Muttdn Gross, best sheep, wethers,
$4 75;. ewes, $44 50; dressed, 6V67c per
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $5 0065 25;
light. $4 7565; dressed, 667c per pound.
JVeal Xarge, 737&c. per pound; small,
l9c per pound.
Provisions Portland pack (Shield
brand) hams, smoked, are quoted at 12V&C
per pound; picnic bams. 9jc per pound;
breakfast bacon. 14Vf?15c; bacon, IVAc;
backs, lie; dry salted sides, 104c;
dried beef. 15c: lard, five-pound nails.
HeJ lO-j&und pails. 10c; 50s, 10&c;
tierces," 10c per pound; Eastern pack
(Hammond's) hams, large, 12c: me
dium, 12c small. 13c; picnic hams, Sc;
shoulders. 9&c; breakfast baton, 13Ji
155ic; dry salted sides, 9$r10yic; bacon
sides. 10J6113ic; backs, lltfc; butts. 10c;
lard, jnire leaf, kettle-rondered, 5s, llifcc;
IDs, .He;,. dry silted bellies, 10llc;
bacon bellies. ll124c: dried beef, 151ic
Beef Gross top steers, $4 5064 75; cows,
$45 4 50; dress'ed beef, 7Sc per pound.
XEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Upivurd Movement Caused by Xortli
Trcstern Railroad Deal.
NEW YORK, March 26. The recurrence
of the story of a Northwestern railroad
deal, coupling' Northern Pacific and Burl
ington, was the occasion Of an extraor
dinary and impressive upward movement
in the late stock market today. What
ever may be the validity of the oft-renewed
claims of a transcontinental ar
rangement for the benefit of Northern
Pacific and Great Northern, it was clear
enough that the recovery In the general
market was due to the precipitate cover
ing of short contracts which were put
out with great freedom and boldness bj
practically all the trading element on the
The attack on the market by the bear
element had met with inviting success,
and they had broken prices throughout
practically the whole market. There wa3
some show of strength In the early deal
ings, and an apparent attempt to renew
the bull movement, but it soon became
evident that the. attempt to advance
prices was no 'longer in such powerful
and capable hands as has been the case
during much of the recent bull specula
When the bears found their attack no
longer contested they offered prices down
very boldly and made Inroads' of between
1 and '2 points in practically all the active
stocks in the list. The grangers and
Southwesterns proved themselves espe
cially vulnerable. In vlexr of the large
commitments for the lpng account, which
has recently been made In them. North
ern Pacific itself was forced down nearly
a point, but Burlington was held above
last night's level throughout. Missouri
Pacific, after being lifted to 102. fell
back to 100. The local traction stocks
were notably weak, declining- from 2 to
2' points, and there were especially-notable
declines In the Industrial list. To
bacco fallmg at one time 3. Amalga
mated Copper 2 and Sugar 2 polnt.
Some of the usually quiet stocks which
have enjoyed recent extraordinary ad
vances fell back sharply.
The steel stocks shared in the general
weakness, and many of them dropped
from 1 to 2 points under last night. It
was after nearly the whole session had
been consumed In this procession of ex
tension of short accounts that the North
ern Pacific movement developed The
bears were completely routed, and found
the supply of stocks very small, blddlnsr
up prices on themselves by rapid strides.
There was an almost complete recovery
in the general list, antl Northern Pacific
surged upwards 54 points to 91. a rec
ord price. The rise in Burlinsrton reached
4. It was the current belief In Wall
street that a reaction was favored by
the capitalists who are heavily commit
ted to the pending great syndicate trans
actions, owing to the apprehension that
the demands of the animated' speculation
upon the money market threatened to
exhaust the surplus supplies.
The steady upward course of sterling
exchange gave good ground for. the ex-
pectatlon that gold might go out at an
early period. In fact, the report was
current that actual arrangements had
been made for shipments on Saturday's
steamer, but It is probable that sterling
exchange will have to rise an additional
fraction before exports of gold will be
profitable. Railroad bonds continued act
ive and Irregular. Total sales. $4,720,000.
United States old 4s, coupon, .advanved
V. on the last call.
U. S. 2s. ref. reg.100 IN. T. Cent. Ists...l0"4
do coupon 10GV&
Northern Pac 3s.. 71
ao 3s. res 111
do coupon 111H
do new 4s, reff,.138Vi
do coupon 1384
ao 4s inr..
Oregon Nav. Ists..ll0
ao -js j 04
Oregon S. L. Cs...l28
do fvm K 1 lllli
ao oia -is, reg....iJ3
uu cuujnjn llut!il!0 ur. W. Istfl...l01
do 5s. reg llli St, Paul cnelfl...l84
do coupon ......lllJSt.'P.-C. &.P.lstsll8
Dint. Col. 3-C5s... 12341 do 5s 120
Atchison adj. 4s.. 9JUnlon Pacific 4s...lOrtife
C. &. N.W. con. 7sl41lWls. Cent. lsts.... O0U
do S. F. deb. Os.124 IWest Shore 4S......115H
D. & R. G. 4s 102 ISouthorn Pac 4s.. 02
Gen. Electric 53.. .170 1
The total sales of stocks today were l.lClJftO
shares. The closing quotations were:
Atchison 60U I Wabash
do Dfd im
Bait. & Ohio 00
do pfd uo
Can. Pacific 03V$
Can. Southern ... 03
Ches. & Ohio...... 40
Chi. Gr. Western. 22
C, B. & Q.., 107
ChL. Ind. & L. 37-..!
Wheel. & L.. E...
do 2d nrpf
P. C, C. & St. L.
Third Avenue 121
do ptd 72;
United States 77
uni. & mast, in.. lis
Chicaco & K. W..177
C. It. I. & Pac.127
Amer. Cotton Oil.. 23 "
do pfd S5
Amer.tMaHIng .... 5
do nfd f7
Colo. Southern ... 11
do 1st pfd 47
do 2d pfd....... 22
Amer. Smelt, & R. S7Ji
Del. & Hudson. ...103161 do pfd 05
uci., ljacK, &. w..iiKta Amer. spirits 1
Penver & Rio Gr.. 47 do pfd .. 17
do Pfd 0(5Amer. Steel Hoop. 41
Erie Soft) do pfd 02
do 1st pfd CJfAmer. Steel & W. 42
Gr. North, pfd 201 do pfd 100
Hocking Coal .... 17 Amer. Tin Plate..- C9'4
Hocking Valley .. 53 do pfd ,....114
Illinois CVntTSl .--I'tlSJ.l Amr 1Vhor. ion
Tnno rnffl Vl2. fA "i7.
ao pu ...,,.... oi
Lake Erie.& W... C8
do ptd 123
Lake Shore 210U
Louis. & JCash.... !
Manhattan El ....123".
Met. Bt. Ry.- 1C2'4
Mex. Ccnlral 25
Minn. & St. Louis S8
do pfd Ill
Missouri Patlflc ..101
Vnhll niln Sn
.. wM ..... ..-.-. uu 4..v. IM
Anaconda M. Co... 4i
Brooklyn It. T S0
Colo. Fuel & Iron. C2
joni, xoDacco 4494
Federal Steel .
!Gen. Electric .
do pfd .......
Int. Paper ....
M.. K. & T 2431T"1 riAdo 'dan'
ao pia &ti,i national Biscuit
New Jersey Cent.1541 do pfd
New York Cent...l40Nattonal Lead ..
Norfolk &. WeK... Wh); do pfd
do nfd RS Vntlnnul Cls.1
Northern Pacific. D1U.I do nM
ao Pia ' K. Y. Air Brake. .l.i
Ontario & West... 34,iNorth American .. SS
j. xv. oz i i2 ii'acinc uoast
do pfd 70 do 1st pfd.
Pennsylvania 153i do 2d pfd..
Reading 34 Pacific Mall
An iKt nH Tl ITinlAe r3.
do 2d nref 4Kl't'Proofl CtnXI rn'S' nns'
Rio Gr. Western.. S3' do pfd .". 79
do pfd 103 i Pullman Pal. Car.203 "
ai. jlouib ai ss. i'.. -i:tiBtana. Hope & T.. 4
do 1st pfd 83 (Sugar 140
ao 2a pra 68! do yfd 121
St. Louis S. W... 34 ITenn. Coal & Iron. 50
do pfd 64 JU. S. Leather 12
St. Paul 14S, do pfd 75
do pfd 184U. S. Rubber 10
St. Paul & 0 125 i do pfd 60
Southern Pacific. 40IWestern Union ... SO
Southern Ry 2SAmal. Copper 100
do pfd 7SINatlonal Tube .... OT
Texas & Pacific... 3414) do pfd 113
Union Pacific 91 Bepubllc Iron & S. 10
do pfd 84j do pfd CS
3Ioney, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK, March 26. Money on can
steady, 2J?2 per cent; prime mercantile
paper, 3t,4 per cent; sterling exchange,
firm, with actual business in bankers' bills
at $4 S8 demand and at $4 S4 for GO
days; posted rates,. J4 So4 9: commer
cial bills, $4 S44 54.
Silver certificates 263c.
Mexican dollars 19c.
Bonds-"Government. firmer; state, irroe
ular; railroad, irregular. -
SAX FRANCISCO.' March 26. Sterling
onXondon, GO days. ?4 85: sight, S3.
Mexican dollars 50"56TC. "
Drafts Slghtt 15c; telegraphic, 17c.
IXNDOK. March 25. Money,' 44 per
cent; consols, 95.
Foreljrii Financial Sewn.
NEW YQRK. March 26. The Commer
cial Advertiser's London financial cable
gram says: l
Business on the Stock Exchange here
was moderately active today, though the
settlement attracted moderate attention.
It appeared that carrying-over account
was small in everything except Ameri
cans, where the bull position was shown
to be decidedly larger than was expected(
The market opened firm, and relapsed
Into -inactivity, on the over-night break
in- New York. Realizations were begun
In the whole-list, excepting only Southern
Pacific, and in the afternoon prices were
weaker still, on New York sales. The
close was near the bottom.
Money is tight. , The call and tlmo
money rate was 3; bills avcre 3 13-16.
Stocks In London.
BONDON, March 26. Atchison, 61: Ca
nadian Pacific. 96: Unlo'n Pacific pre
ferred. S7: Northern Pacific preferred, 90;
Grand Trunk, S; Anaconda, 9.
Xevf York Stocks.
TJiese quotations are furnished by R. W.
McKlnnon & Co.. members of the Chicago
Board of. Trade,
Anaconda Mining Co..
Amai. wopper jo
Am. Tobacco com
Am. Sugar com
Am. Steel & "Wire com.
Am. Steel & Wire pfd
Am. Smelter com
Am. Smelter pfd
Am. Steel Hoop com
Am. Steel Hoop pfd....
Am. Tin-Plate com
Am. Tln-Plate pfd
Baltimore & Ohio com.
Baltimore & Ohio pfd.
Brook. Rapid Transit..
Chicago & Alton com..
Chicago & Alton pfd..
Chicago Sf G. W com.
Chi., lnd. & Li. com
Chi.. Ind. & L. ofd....
42 , 42 42
STVi 1 57 5t
95. 95 94
; 42 42V4I 41
92- 92 92-
I 77 77
s sac i
73 i 73 72 72
163 167 163;167
Chi., Burl. & Quincy..
Chi., Mil. & St. Paul..
Chicago & N. W. com. ilT; US0
Chi., R. I. & Pacific
New Jersey Central
'is-; 'itj: .i?u iiss
155 156 1 154
Chesapeake & Ohio ....
Canada Southern .......
Colo. -Fuel & Iron corm
Cont. Tcbacco com....:.
Delaware &. Hudson
Del.. Lack. & Western.
D. & R. G. cam
D. & R.,J. pfd
Erie lsts pfd
Erie 2ds pfd :..' '.
45 46J4, 45
63 ' I G31 62
51 32 30
44! 45J 44
1G4 ,165 1162 163
195 195 195 195
47 4S ! 45 47
96 96' 96 1 96
.34- 3514 33 35
58 59 i G7 5S
A 69 63' CS 69
. 4Sj 4S 47 47,
Federal Steel com.
Federal Steel pfd
.ilVHk iUl$ lvrt iUl
Illinois Central ,.J135113Gi135 13G
Louisville & X
Met, Traction Co
Elevated.. .1121 124 122 123
ntral Ry.... 24 25, ' 23 25 -iciflc
Mobile & Ohio 1 81, 82 SI 82
Mo., Kan. & Tex. com., 24 24 23! 24
Mo.. Kan. & Tex pfd..!G, 57i 56 56
New York Central I... 145!14Gll45 140
Norfolk & West. com..si, 51 43 &u
Cr,yfn1r JP. Wtot nM K1 KK '
i SSy S6 S5 S6
Northern Pacific com.
Northern Pacific pfd .
National Steel com...
National Steel pfd ...
North American, new.
N. Y., Ont.- & Western
O. R. & N. com
O. R. & N. pfd
Pacific Coast 2ds
91l 6 L31
90 ) SS( 89
Pacific Coast lsts...
154 152 153
People's G.. L. $ C. Co
Pressed S. Car com...,
Pressed S. Car pfd...,
Pullman Palace Co...
Pacific Mall S. Co
Reading 2ds pfd ,
Reading lsts pfd
Southern Ry. com
Southern Ry. pfd
St. D. & S. F. com
St. Li. & S. F. 2ds
St, L, Sz S. F. lsts
Texas & Pacific :....i.
Tenn. Coal & Iron...
Union Pacifip com
Union Pacific pfd
U. S. leather com
U. S. leather pfd
U. S. Rubber com
U. S Rubber pfd
U. S. Steel Co. com...
U. S. Steel Co. pfd...
Wheel. & L. E. com.
Wheel. & If. E. 2ds...
Wheel. & L. E. lsts...
Wis. Central com
Wis. Central pfd
Western Union Tel...
37 36 36
SO I 77 79
204 J203 '203
35 34 35
34 33f 34
73. 72 I 73
2SI 2S 27 2S
79 i 79 1 7S. 75
45i 4G 45! 46
43i 43 42j 43tJ
CS' 69 I GS 6S
T4, S5 ! 84! 85
34 34' 33 34
55! 5G 55 I 56
75 I 75
46 47,il 46
89 I 89' SS
20 20-t, 20
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Prices) for Ccrenl In En.ro'penn and
SAN FRANCISCO. March 26. Wheat
and barley, quiet on call and weak in spot
market. Oats, easy. Spot quotations
Wheat Shipping, choice, Jl; milling,
$lfl2105. . . ...
Barley Feed, -75f76c; brewing, 77
Oats Black, for. seed, 51 1&1 25; red,
$1 251 45.
Receipts Flour, 2300 quarter sacks;
wheat. 69,0S3 centals; barley, -SS10" centals;
oats, 22S0 centals; do Oregon. 620 centals;
beans, S7 sacks; potatoes, 1239 sacks; do
Oregon, 2948 sacks; bran. 530 sacks; mid
dlings, S00 sacks; hay, 455 tons; wool, 63
bales; hides. 518.
Call Board sales:
Wheat Quiet; May. 51 02 bid; Decem
ber, 51 03 bid; cash, jl. " v
Barley No sales.
Corn Large yellow, 51 logl 17.
Chlcngro Grnin and Provlfilonit.
CHICAGO, March 26. At the opening
the corn market seemed scarcely equal "to
the pressure from longs who wished to
securo profits. Influences In this condi
tion were easier cables and better weath
er in the West. May opened c to c
lower, at 42c 'to 42i?i42c, and declined
during the first hour to 4?c. Offerings at
this decline became lighter, and for a
time the market ruled dull and feature
less, excepting moderate purchases by
Phillips, who was reported to be In a po
sition to control the market. The sell
ing was general, but In small lots. Small
primary reeelpts and the continued buy
ing by Phillips later started shorts to
bidding, and as longs suddenly evinced a
disposition to hold tight, or had sold out,
the market recovered sharply to 42c, the
highest price obtained this season for
May delivery. This bulge met renewefl
pressure from longs, and the market
again sagged. May closing easy, c
under yesterday, at 421?42c.
The market for wheat was Very dull
and the trade of a scalping character,
which offered nothing of Interest. Sentl
ment was still bearish, but the Impulse
to sell was bridled by fear of a bull corn
market. May opened unchanged to c
lowr. at 7507tc,'nnd dropped earls to
75c Business for a time was at a stand
still, but later, in sympathv with the
corn strength, shorts covered, and sent
May up to 75c 'Following this and also
In sympathy- with corn the market eaed,
and May closed Gc lower, at 754?75c.
Oats were almost entirely overlooked.
May closed c lower, at 25c. In sympathy
Provisions were quiet, but averaged
steady, on light hog receipts and higher
prices for hops. May pork closed un
changed lard 7c higher, and ribs 25c
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Onenlnr. Hlehfst. LOTrt. Clostf '
..50 74T4 $0 7474 50 74 $0 7
.. 42 42
.. 42 42
.. 25 25
.. 24 24
. MESS rOKIC
. .15 SO ' 15 SO
.. 3 02t&
... 800 802
.. 700 , .700
.. 7 87 7S7
CiRh nuotatlons wore as follows:
Flour Steady. No. 3 Sprjng; Giffl'TocrOJbJ
2 red, 74((i76c. t l
Corn No. 2, 41c; No 2 yellow, ilc
Oats No. 2, 26c: No. 2 white.,&U29cS
No. 3 white. 272Sc.
Ryej-;No. 2, 53G54tfc
Barley Good feeding, 40g45c; fair to
choice malting,' 475Sc
FJaxseed No. 1, $1 55; No. 1 Northwest,
em, H 56.
Timothy seed Prime, $4 10.
Pork Mess, per barrel, 515 50515 60; lard,
per 100 pounds, $S 10S 15; short ribs, sides
(loose), 57 95S 15; dry salted shoulders
(boxed), 56 626 87; short clear sides
(boxed), 5S 25S 37.
On the Produce Exchange today, the
butter market was quiet: creamery, 15
21c; dairy. ll18c; cheese, fairly active,
10llc; eggs, qule't; fresh, llc
Flour, barrels -. 40.000 33.000
Wheat, bushels V... 188.000 72.000
Corn. buhels ..,..200.000 154 000
Oats, bushels 200.000 400.000
Rye. buhels i..j. 13.000 3.0O0
Barley, bushels 4.000 3,000
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. March 26. Special cable
and telegraphic communications to Brad
streets show the following changes In
available supplies from last accounts:
Wheat, United States and Canada, cast
of the Rockies, decreased 1,177.000 bushels;
afloat for and In Europe, Increase l,20o,
000 bushels; total supply. Increase 23,000
Corn, United States and Canada, e.kst
of the Rockies, Increased 506.000 bushels.'
Oats, United States and Canada, 'east
of the Rockies, Increased 1S1.O00 bushels.
The combined stock of wheat at Port
land. Or.: Tacoma and Seattle, Wash.,
decreased 262,000 bushels last week.
European Grain Mnrketn.
LIVERPOOL. March 26. Wheat steady;
wheat and flour in Paris, quiet; French
country markets, quiet.
Wheat No. 1 California. 6s 3d; No. 2
red Western Winter. Gs d; No. 1 North
ern Spring. 6s 3d. Futures, dull; May,
6s d; July, 6a d.
Corn Spot, firm; American mixed, new,
3s lid; do old, 4s d. Futures, quiet; May,
3s 10d; July. 3s 10d; September. 3s
LONDON, March 26. Wheat cargoes
on passage, quiet and steady: No. 1 stand
ard California. 29s 9d: Walla Walla, 2Ss
6d. English countrj markets, quiet.
Xevr Yorlc Grain and Proilnce.
NEW YORK, March 26. Flour receipt's,
31.S92 barrels; exports. 7725 barrels; mar
Wheat Receipts, 146,700 bushels; ex
ports. 56,056 bushels; spot, easy; !NotJ2
red, 81c, f. 0. b. afloat. Options were
dull all day, and most of the time rather
weak. Closed at a final drop of Sc.
May closed F0c; July, S0c;" spot, 79c.
CHICAGO, March 26, Cattle Receipts.
3500, Including 100 Texans. Generally
steidy. Texans. 10c higher than last
week. Good to rlme steers, 556. poor
to medium, 53 754 90; stockcrs and feed
ers, active, 10c higher, 534 To; cows, 52 70
04 40; heifers, 52 754 CO; canners, 522 65;
bulls, 52 754 33; calves, 25c lower, than
last week. 54 505 75; Texas fed steers,
53 404; Texas bulls, 52 503 75.
Hogs Receipts today, 16,000; tomorrow,
24,000; left over, 4000. Active, 10c higher:
top. 56 20. Mixed and butchers, 55 90
C 12; good to choice heavy, 46 05S 20;
rough heavy, 55 906; light.55 85g6 07;
bulk of sales, 5SG 07.
Sheep Receipt, 13,000. Sheep steady to
strong. Lambs strong. Good to choice
wethers, 54 S0g5; fair to choice mixed,
54 505 85; Western sheep, 54 S0g5; year
lings, 54 S05 10; native lambs, 54 SJ35 50;
Western lambs, 55 105 -50.
The Chicago horse market broke the
record of receipts yesterday. At the Dex
ter Park Amphitheater Union Stockyards
1697 horses. In 114 cars, arrived the larg--est
number ever received in one day.
The record was that of June 13, 1S9S, -when
110S head arrived. A -significant fact is
that a large proportion, of the consign
ment consists of horses bought especially
for English,, Army officers, many of the
niount;s havlpg been 'already selected es
pecially for certain officers, who prefer
t,he American, horse to any other.
OMAHA, March 26. Cattle Receipts,
2000 head. Market, active and stronger;
native beef steers, 54 005 40; Western
steers, 53 7504 o0; Texas steers. 53 OOQH 00;
cows and heifers, 53 2504 40; -canners, 52 00
3 20; stockcrs and feeders, 53 2504 75;
calves, 53 0)07 00; bulls and stags, 52 5001
Hogs Receipts, GSOO head. Market,
closed 10015c higher heavy, 53 8505 95;
mixed. 55 505 ST; light, 55 8005 S5; bulk
of sales. .55 8505 90.
Sheep Receipts, 3700. Market, active
arid strong: fair to choice yearlings, 54 65
5-00; fair to choice wethers, 54 3004 5;
common nnd choice sheep, 53 7003 90;
lambs, 54 2505 30.
KANSAS CITY, March 26. Cattle Re
ceipts, 8000; market, steady to strong;
Texas steers, 544 50; Texas cows, 52 65
375; native" steers 54 5005 60; native cows
and heifers, 52 5004 75; mockers and feed
era, 5404 S5; bulls, 5304 75.
Hogs Receipts. 1J.O00; market, 5010c
higher; 'bulk of sales. 55 8505 95; heavy,
55 9006; packers, 55 S505 95 mixed, 55 00
5 95; lights, 55 7505 85; Yorkers, 55 7005 85;
pigs. 5505 ).
Sheep Receipts, 3500; market Btrong;
lambs. 55 1005 30; muttons, 5405.
SAX FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 26. Wool
Spring Nevada. 11013c; Eastern Oregon.
10013c: Valley Oregon, 14015c Fall Moun
tain lambs, 9010c; San Joaquin Plains, 60
7c: Humboldt and Mendocino, 10011c.
Hops, crop of 1900, 15020c."
Millstuffs Middlings. 517019 50; bran,
Hay Wheat, 59013: .wheat and oat. 59$
12; best barley. 53 50; alfalfa, 5709 50:
compressed wheat, 5S013 per ton; straw,
40S47c per bale.
Potatoes River Burbanks, 30050c; Ore
gon Burbanks. 65030c; Early Rose, 85c051;
Onions 51 5002 75 per cental.
Vegetables Green peas, 203c; string
beans, 408c per pound; asparagus, 517502
Citrus 'fruit Common California lemons,
75c; choice, 52 25; navel oranges, 5Oc02 per
Bananas 51 5002 50 per bunch.
Green fruits Apples, choice, 51 50 per
box; common, 50c per box.
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 10011c; do
hens, 12013c per pound; old roosters, 54 500
5 per dozen: young roosters. 570S;
fryers. 56-06 50; hens, 5506 per dozen;
small broilers, 5304; large do. 5505 50;
old ducks, 55 5006 50; geese, 51 5001 75 per
Butter Fancy creamery 16c; seconds,
14c; fancy dairy, 14c; do seconds, 12c.
Cheese California, full cream, 9c;
Young-America. 9c;-Eastern, 15016c.
i-Sffs Selected, 12c; ranch, 13c.
The Metal Market.
NEW YORK, March 26. Aside from the
continued firmness In tin, the local mar
ket was devoid of special feature of In
terest, with speculation in the former
metal on a small scale The close was
firm, at 526 50.
Copper locally continued dull and nom
inally unchanged, while in London a
shade better market was reported, clos
ing firm at 69 5s for spot, and 63 15s
Lead was dull and unchanged, both
here and abroad.
Spelter, though continuing weak In Its
undertone, ruled very slow at 53 8503 90.
Plg iron warrants, 59 50010 50; Northern
foundry. 515 50015 60.
Bar silver $0c
SAN FRANCISCO, March 26. Bar .sil
LONDON, March 26. Bar silver 2Td.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, March 2G. There Is an im
proved tone In the -wool market this week,
and all the Indications point toward a.
Btroncer situation. The decline In values
J noted dunnjrthepast lew weeks has been
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS '
Room 4, Ground Floor
considered, and, now that -most of the
weak lots have been picked up, dealers
are more confident, although present con
ditions do not Indicate that -any upward
turn would begin right away.
Torritnrv wool continue to head tho
list of transactions. Fine, medium and 1
fine scoured staples call for Wane, k lecce
wools are in moderate -supply, and, whllo
the demand is moderate, values are kept
on a steady basis. New arrivnls in Aus
tralian wools -aro held firm, with prices
based on the cost to import. Quotations:
Territory scoured basjs-r-Montana fine,
medium and ilne. 1415c: .scoured. 4243c;
staple, 45tfM6c; Utah, Wyoming and Ida
ho, fine, medium and 'fine,1214c: scoured,
40J?42e; staple, 424Gc.
Australian, scoured baste Spot prices,
combing, superfine, nominal, 6SS70c; good,
64(C5c; average, GOCSc.
London "Wool Auctions.
LONDON. March 26c-The offerings at
the wool -auction sales today amounted to
1L076 bales. The offerings were of a good
quality and purchasing was general.
America bought good greasles at top
prices, payipg from 9d to Is 4.d. Scoured3
were bought freely by France and Ger
many. Crossbreds were 'In good demand
at steady prices. Cape of Good Hope a"nd
Natal were taken by the home trade and
by the Continent.
CoTce. and SnKnrv.
NEW YORK. M'iftrch'26. Coffee Options
closed dull in tone, with prices net un
changed to 10 points lower. Sales, 2750
bags. Including: May. 55 GO: July. 55 70:
September, 55 SO. Spot Rio "Dull ad
weak: No. 7 Invoice. 56'S77; mild, dull;
Cordova, 5S'ffS 12.
Sugar Raw. steady to firm; fair "refin
ing. 3c:-'centrifugal; 96 test, 4 13-32c; re
fined, firm. ' "
Cotton In Sevr York. ""
NEW YORK. March 26. The cotfon
market closed very quiet, at a net ad
vance ot.7 points.
MOST FAMID OF DIAMONDS
Six Gems o( Prleecn Vnlne and
Something: of Their History.
Woman's Home .Companion. .
Among historic diamonds the largest and
best known is "the Grand Mogul," a
stone weighing 2S0 carats, in the posses
sion of the Shah of Persia. Next comes
the "brloff." named for Count Orloff, who
bought It in 1772 for the Empress Cath
erine of Russia. The stone is rose-cut,
shaped like a plgeon"s egg and weighs
1S5- carats. The third Is the MRegent,"
or "Pitt" diamond, which is one of the
French crown jewels. The Duke of Or
leans, acting as regent for Louis XV,
bought it for him. paying 5650.000. The
"Florentine."" or "Austrian," is the fourth
in size., It belonged to Charles the Bold,
of Burgundy, and was lost by him at
the battle of Granson, in 147G. A Swiss
peasant found' it and sold it for half' a
crown.' It finally came into the hands of
Pope JuHbs II, who presented It to tho
Emperor of Austria. The fifth In size,
called the "Star of the South," Is a Bra
The EngUsh "Krohlnoor," while rank
ing sixth in size, is counted the most val
uable In the world. It was found In the
mines of Golconda ages ago, and, after
being successively in the possession of
many Indian Princes passed to Queen Vic
toria. These are the six most famous dia
monds. A stone recently discovered in
Africa can claim to be the largest In the
world. It weighed, uncut, 475 carats.
BEET SUGAR IN ILLINOIS.
Farmers Find. It Is Much Eaiiler to
Raise Cora and Pork.
One of the greatest beet-sugar plants in
country Is about to be constructed . at
Shelby, Ind. It takes 51,000.000 to put, it in
operation. The trouble with the best beet
sugar plants is one, of labor. The Illinois
farmer can make a living too easily rais
ing corn and pork, and he will not get
down on his hands and knees and weed
all day long and go through the back
aching toll that la necessary to ratee
beets. He can do It, but he won't. The
experiments that have been successful
have been carried out by Russians, im
ported where they have been colonized
from their native land, but with each suc
ceeding year It haa been found necessary
to bring on a ne.w lot. The old ones would
save money enough to buy- ground of
their own, and they, too, find it easier to
raise v corn and hogs than beets. The
problem seems to be, 'not to get Improved
processes for extracting sugar, but to de
vise labor for cultivating the beet. The
"man with the hoe" has discovered -that
what he wants Is a riding plow. He Is not
going to break his back over 'the clods
when he can mount a spring seat and
whistle while he rides.
AT THE HOTELS.
J C Slater, Seattle B G Baker. Spokane
. u uanstee, camaen.
J Devlin. Everett
S Soule. San Fran
J H Slegel. N Y
O H Adsit. Juneau
E W Ehrman. S F
R W Foster. N Y
A D Grant. Yuba City
I Rubel. Chicago
W F Dovell. Walla W
Mrs F A 'Wing, Seattle
Mrs Chas D Stlnson.do
Mine Dorothy Btlnson,
J Simon, Hotel Da-
cres. Walla Walla
D Gllman. Seattle
F M Stanley. Seattle
M D Peck, N r
W W Curtis. Stony
croft Albert Dunbar, As
T H Curtis. Astoria
H Frledlonder. Chgo
D Wilson, Ontario
W C Miller. Spokane
I Cohn. N Y
T R Daniel & w, Mln-,
E J Conyer, ;Mlnnpls 'j
H H Irvine, Bt Paul
H S Johnson. Neb
A N Jacob. N Y
F W Jenkins & wife,
1W F N Davis & wf.
lFred N Davis, do
miss a x Mcuordon.
Jos Theband. San Fr
P B Denver. N Y
Gilbert E Nichols,.
Mrs H A Myers, Roch
! ester, N Y
S Fred Myers, do
B Hlrschfeld, N Y
G H Bradford & wf.
A M Cook. Chicago
A E Sanagare. do
B M.Crary. Chicago
W H Harkness. do
E R Baxter. Portland,
B Burton. Bay City,
Miss Bertha Maine,
(John L McCarmon, NY
Mrs w u pearce, Ta
coma IS C Irving, San Fr
j x Morrison, san t
Mr & Mrs L B Stearns
J T Hall. N Y
W S Bryant. Boston
F J Wadley. Detroit
M D Cohn. San Fr
G E Garbell. N Y
E VT Lambert. N Y
J C Elsell. N Y
H G Gorham, N Y
J.B Wranghanw, S F
l! B "Merton. San Tr
L R Prince. Boston
Alfred Battle & wf. do
W AJDoble, San Fr
W L Tucker. N X
W G Kendrlck
A C Strlet. San Fr
H A Keyer
G B Small, Baker Cy
Geo L Carey, Omaha
C H Remler. San Fr
E V Wettler. St Louis L Dow. Oakland
M G Sawyer, Mlnnpls ! J AtDcvlln. Astoria
C M White, NY ID B Morgan & father
G A Morley, St Paul IJ L Elam. Walla W
G F Meachern. Seattle! Felix Cohen. N Y
I F Dunbar & wife. Geo Smith. Milwaukee
IR Brumbaugh. San Fr
IJ P Almy w.Tacdma
ID F Sherman, Portlnd
II M, Kerwav. HeDoner
W Kurd, city
Mr Blselow. city
G N Smith, Salem
W L Gazzam. Seattle If J Tourtelot. St Paul
W Grant, city IJ H McVey & wife,
J Hart & -w. St Paul I Camp Lake. Wi
Miss K E Hart. do-Edna McVey, do
Miss C P Dongan. do IM Gaggln. do
Mnrmnn Blthnns' Plllt
QiOiclfUia tsar toibxn. rtntwtxf cutis tae wont cues in crld lnd yuun; irulnj Iron effects
of elf-Xbute, dluipauon, czcesies. or dgirette-ipoldaj:. " Curos Lest Manhood. Im-
rr cnnailnatlnn. Atiin Oulelcnnift at OIs
VOUS.TliyltChlne Of EyoTlda.
crrrr funcuoa. Veal ctx aduowuet.
crft&t. StlsoUtet the brain and .nerre centers. 50c a
r Btnejrtfuaded, with 6 bciej. CircuUrtirec Adtfrosj, BUhop Remedy Co.f San Francisco, Cal.
Chamber of Commerce
H" Flory. St Louia IJ G Mesler & wife,
Mrs E M Styne, Hon-i Brookfiold
olulu F d P Teller, San iTr
D J Styne, Taooma
J M Keoney. Heppner MIss Ralston. San Fr
Hattle O'Conner, He- SIrs O Ralston, San Fr
public, nsh iMrs Garland. San Fr
C V .Lord. Arlington (Miss Garland, San Fr
H McDonald. 'allawaH Hlnleband. St Paul,
A F Hcrshner. Hood Rl Minn
J McGrecor, Victoria (Mrs H Hlnleband. do
Mrs J McGregor, do S Blake WllI.den.Chgo
R W Powell. CaatleRk Daniel I Richards,
W V Appleman, do Rltzvllle, Wash
H A Smith. "l inlock , X "W Lysons. Pt Townd
II H Bridges. HUlsbroiGeo Rohr. USA
Carl W telgUy, Cor- F S Ivanhoe. La Grnd
vallls s T Smith. Wasco
Lee Rucker. Denver JO H Flthian. Chicago
Joe Heatn. Castie Rk ,Mrs M C Saltus. Mld
V F Nugent. Hood R I dleton. la
J S Bennett. Ham- iMlna Zwlck. Hood n
iJ R Colllver. Aurora.
iMrs J R Colllver. do
J Ralph Mitchell, Ta
Mrs-J S Bennett, do
Mrs Fred W Black.
P P Kllbourne. Long IF M Slocum. San Fr
i-rce Frank Davenport,
J A Baldwin. San Fr I Hood River
A V Hays. Seattle E C Van Wagner.
Louis Olotield, S F Seattle
Mamie SchefTbone. RI-.C J Ellin, Honolulu
pari a. Wash JMlss Lanahan. Astoria
A pruhm. San Fr H S McGowan. do
Mls Loretto. Astoria (D E Barrett. Eugene
Miss Palmberger. do loir Olsson, Central Pnt
O Ralston. San Fr H Jordan, Astoria
C. W. Knowles, Manager.
Peter G Schmidt. Mrs J Cochran, Tacoma
Olympla jMiss Cochran. Tacoma
Will Parker, Walla W, Master Cochran, do
E W Gilford. N Y
Mrs E Baclev. do
T F Lawler. N Y
W C Longden. Seattle
Mrs Lonjjdep. Seattle
C S Conn, Seattle
1" J Moylan. Carrollton
Mrs Moylan, Carrollton
S H Groser. N Y
U M Harding. N Y
A P Cochran. Tacoma tA R Thomas. Vancouvr
J O'Brien. Phlla Mrs Edwin Stone. Al-
Mrs O'Brien. Phlla bany
Geo F Plunkett. St PljMrs C Sulllvan.Albany
B S Sanner. Denver Ml F Sulllvan.Albany
Mrs Sanner. Denver J D Crumlaly. Sacmto
Master Sanner. DenVerlMrs Crumlaly. do
W Smhh. B C A M Gamble, Wahpetn
Miss D Sltva, RalnlerjMrs Gamble. do
H G Leyde, St Paul ID J Barr, San Fran
F X. King. Salt Lake IF D Wlnton, Astoria
Leopold D Schmidt. ,C W Fulton. Astoria
Olympla J M Both. Rainier
Mrs Schmidt, do J Reid. Astoria
THE ST. CHARLES.
H A Varney, Long IWm Lynn, Kelso
Frank Varney, do
G W Harque. Albany
Jas Qulnn. Qulnn's
R Latourell. Latourell
D B Hubbard. Mar-
John P Apljn. Cor
nelius M Kingston, city
A Gordon, city
J Mahln. Pendleton
A M Smith. Oregon Cj
Jas Smith. Kalama
J A Farrell. Kalama
C J Llttlepage, Latou
F M Fales. Fates' Ldg
A G Wolfast. Sllverton
Mrs J Hudson, Mount
Jas Manary. Marshlnd
Charles Cronyn. do
Lena Smith. Astoria
W K Tlchner. Clata
kanie J B Yeon, Cathlamet
Lizzie L Cary. lone
P F Bradford. Hood R
Jay P Archlbal. GobleMrs Minnie Moore,
C A Hlmple, Ciats- I Humpter
Fred W Smith, city
N Reed. & chdn.
John Foster. Mitchell
R E Lombard, Ta
Wm Symons. Rainier
airs v symons. do
Mrs M Qulsley, do
Mrs Gallagher, Stella
Danl Erdmore. Eufaula
IMrs D Erdmore, do"
F E Hamilton, city
A C Flanders, Forest I A H Davidson, Vancvr
Grove I Mrs A H Davidson, do
G W Walker, city 1 1 J- Anderson, do
S E Northrop, OncIdaJMLss Bertha Mosher.
Wash I Orton
C A Carlson. LaCentrtI W Sargent. Dalles
P C Phelton. Dalles Mrs I W Sargent, do
F Cloe, N P Ry tMrs H S Wilson, do
John Green, city iKathryn Sargent, do
Albert Jones. Troutdal.Wm Stewart. Cathlamt
M E Hewitt. BeavertnlW L Gooding. St Paul
J Edwards, city F E Carpenter. St Paul
Ole Relnseth, Stella T T Carpenter. St Paul
Edw Stoffer. McMlnn JL D Carpenter. St Paul
Hotel Hrnnswlck, Seattle.
European; first-class. Rates. 75c and up.
One block from depot. Restaurant next
Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American plan. Rates, 53 and up.
Donnelly Hotel, Tacoma.
European plan. Rates. SOc and up.
DANGER SIGNALS i2$2X&
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limbs shaky and wtak? Doyouftel that your Energy,
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Electricity Is the only known
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As applied by my Electric
Belt the curs Is guarantied;
3 It fails I will refund every
tent you pay for It.
Is. of Quadruple Multiply
tnt, and must not be con- v
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selts. Has soft, silken.--
:hamols covered spong?
iictro'es which do not
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me metal electrodes utei
in all other makes of belts.
My Belt can be renewed for
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less. Guaranteed to CURB all Weaknesses In
rlther sex; restore Vitality: cure Rheumatism In any
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Trouble, Constipation, Dyspepsia, all Female Com
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Write to-day for my book. "Th Finding of tho
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8 to 11 Union niockr. Denver, Col.
Fnr the Cnr- of Gnrinrrhoen. Glrtif
Strictures, nnd nniilncnn cmpttnto
oT the Uruana of Genermlon.
price $1 a bottle. For sale by druggists.
PACIFIC CLIPPER LINE
CAPE NOME DIRECT
From SEATTLE APRIL '27. 1001.
S. S. "NOME CITY." '
Finest woOden steamaniu on the Paclflc, steam
hrat and electric lights In every room, will be
Sheathed with Iron 'bark to work her way
through the Ice.
fOll CAPE NOME, TELLER CITY,
PORT CLARENCE and GOLOVIN BAY.
. balling from SKATJTLE. June I. 1001.
The Paclllc Mall Steamship Company's
s. s. "CiTyr oh' siuxeiv
Accommodations tor ooo passengers, regis
tered lounaj-e 3617 tons. Tnls Is without ex
ception the rlnest and fastest steamer In the
For further Information apply to
F. P. BAUMGAK.TNER, Agent.
Cotlch-street Dock. Portland. Or.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co,
The Company's steamships
COTTAGE CITY. SENATOR.
STATE OF CAL. AND AL
KI leave TACOMA 11 A. M..
SEATTLE 0 P. M., March 1.
0. 11. 16. 21, 20, 31, Apr. fl.
10, 15. 20. 25. 30. May 5.
Steamers leave every fifth dav
tnereaucr. por luriner in
formation obtain Company's folder.
The Company reserves the right to change
steamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing,
without previous notice.
AGENTS N. POSTON. 24D Washington St..
Portland. Or. F. W CARLETON, N. P. R. R.
Dock. Tacuma: TleKet Otllce. 01S First ave..
Seattle. M. TALBOT. Comm'l Agt.. C.W. MIL
LER. Asst. Gen'l Agt. Ocean Dock. Seattla:
GOODAI.U PERKJNS tc CO.. CJen'I Agents.
have been in use over to vean br the leader of the Mortnoa
ght-Lossas, Sparmatorrhooa insomnia, pains
inmlnnl Emlaslonn. Lamo anc't. Kervous DO"
Marryf uoss of rja 8omon, Varicocele.,
Charcot Stops Ker-
lmpart vicor anU otencjr to
Restores small, trulevclopod.
teca rs Unmeuate.
a - cure It at band.
bar. 6 fr fa 50 by nu.U
A wntren gu irantee. to cars
Union Depot, Sixth and J Streets.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL P6liNTS EAST
Leaes for the East, via Huntington, at U.U
A. M., arrives at 4:J0 P. M.
For Spokane, Eastern V ashington. and Great
Northern points, leaves til ti i-. M.; arrives ai
7 A. H.
Leaves for the East, via Huntington, at OrfH
P. M.; arrives at s:4U A. M.
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
OCEAN AND KIVEIl SCHEDULE.
Water lines acnedule bubjecl to cuange with
UCEA.N DIVISION From Portland, leavt
JUrtaMurtn Dock at s P. M., sail every 3 dayj;
Uo. v. Elder, Sun., Mar. S: Wed.. jUarcu U;
bat.. March 2j; Tuea.. April 2. Kn., April 12.
Columbia, Frt., March a, Alon.. Marvh la;
Inurs.. -lutch :S, bun.. April 7.
From San Francisco Sail every 5 days.
Leave Sjtar-street Pier ! at 11 A. M.; Co
lumbia, Mun., March 4, Thurs.. March 111
Sun.. March 24; Wed... April 3; Sat.. April 11
Geo. W. Elder. Sat., March ; Tues.. March
10; FrU. March l-J; Mon.. April 8; Thura..
COLUMBIA RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Steamer Hasalo leaves Portland dally, ex
cept Sunday at s;0u P. M.; on Saturday at
fo.00 P. M. Returning, leaves Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at. 7:00 A. M.
"WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SALEM. OR.
Steamer Ruth, for Salem. Independence and
way points, leaves from Ash-atreet Dock at 0
A. M. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Returnlnsr. leaves Independence at 5 A. M..
and Salem at G A. M.. on Tuesdays. Thursdays
t CORVALLIS AND ALBANY.
Steamer Modoc leaves Portland at C A. M,
on Tuejdavs. Thursday a and Saturdays. Re-
turning, leaves Corvallls at C A. M. on Mon
days. Wednesdays and Fridays.
YA3IKILL RIVER ROUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAYTON, OR.
Steamer Elmore, or Oregon City. Buttevllle,
Champoeg, Dayton and way landings, leaves
Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
at 7 A. M. Leaves Dayton for Portland and
way points Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
at 6 A. M.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
RIPARIA, WASH.. AND LEWISTON. IDAHO
Steamers leave Rlparla at 3:40 A. M. dally,
arriving at Lewlston about 3 P. M. Returning,
leave Lewlston at S.30 A. M.. arriving at Rl
parla same evening1. A. L. CRAIG.
General Passenger Agent.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
254 WnMlilnston St., Corner Third.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Tokohama 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
address oRlalals or agents otO.R.& X. Co.
x -, iDepot Fifth and I ,
Len J 4lstreeta. j Arrlre
for Salem. Rose
burg. Ashland, Sac
8:30 P. M.
7:45 A. M.
ra m e n to. Ogden.
San Francisco. Mo
Jave. Los Angeles.
8-39 A. M.
7:30 P. M.
El Pao. New Or
leans and the East.
At ." o o d b urn
(dally except Sun
day), morning train
connects with train
for ML Angel. 311
v r t o n. Browns
vHl Srjrlnfrfl eld.
and Natron, and
evening train for
Mt. Aniel and Sll
verton. Albany passenger...
4:00 P. M.
T:30 A. M.
4:CO P. M.
10:10 A. ac
5:50 P. M.
113:23 A. M.
Dally. HDally except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates 117 first
class and $11 second class. Including sleeper
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained from J. ..
KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent. 140 Third street.
Paosenjer Depot, foot of Jefferson treet
Leave for Oswego dally at 7:20. 9:40 A. M.;
120. l:C5. 3:25, 4:40. 025. 8:30 11:30 P. M.j
and 9O0 A. M. on Sundays only. Abro at
Portland dally at 0:35 8:30 . 1050 A- M..
1:35. 3:10. 4:30. 0:15. 7:40. 10:00 P. M-: 1-.40
A. M. dally, except Monday. 8.30 and 10:05 A.
M. on Sundays only.
Leavo for Dallas dally, except Sunday.
B:0 P. lt AST? ' rft!! ,aoV9i?riMon-
raasfngcr inun """""" ". Zarnvli
daye. Wednesdays and Fridays at WP-M-Returns
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday.
C. H. MARKHAM.
Gen. Frt. ft Pass. At.
Ticktt Office, 122 Third St ' Phone 680
0:00 P. M.
The Fljer. dally to and
from St. Paul. Minne
apolis, Duluth, Chicago
and all points East.
7:0O A. M
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers. Dining
and Butfet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LiNE
&TEAM5HIP KIM3HIU MARU
For Japan, China and all Asiatic points will
'About April tmt
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
LEAVES I DePrsfrect1H.allCl l1-113
For Maygers, Rainier.
Clifton. Astoria. War
rcnton. Flavel. Ham
mond. Fort Ste em.
Gearhart Pk.. Seaside.
Astoria and Seashore
8:00 A. M.
11:10 A. M.
0:40 P. M.
Ticket office 255 Morrison stv and Union Depot.
J. C. MAYO. Gen. Pas3. Agt., Astoria. Or.,
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STR. HERCULES takes the place of
BAILEY GATZERT (Alder-street Dock).
Leaves Portland dally every morning at 7
o'clock, except Sunday. Returning, leaves As
toria every night at 7 o'clock, except Sunday.
Oregon phone Main 351. Columbia phone 351.
Altona and Pomona
Dally (ex. Sunday) for Independence. Salem
and all way landings. Leave PortlanL.3:45 A.
M.; leave Salem 8 A. M.: Independence, 1 A.
M. Office and doc& foot Taylor st.
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2ry SUNSET -fl