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THE MOUSING OREGONIAN, .WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1902.
The local markets yesterday registered a good
volume of buinor, and wtre siot conspicuous
for ihangt-r. The general conditions of city
una ouUidc trad.j continue highly favorable.
Kggv Took a slump under pressure of hay
urr.lus. Price for bea Oiegon wore quoted
down to 22c. d oven lower, hut some mer
chants adhr-4 nominally to 24c. Receipts
vrtr. hnvy. and some dialers predict a fur
ther decline. California xtock. which is about
hair ,ld, drag with the rest- Chickens ate
In j-'rotu: demand, partly on aroount of com
ing Ohine festivities. Domestic ducks are
ltrs mtlve. ami wild drag on the- market.
D t 'TeanK-n- butter sells promptly. Store
grade renmint dull. Cheese 1b a little more
a-tle of late. All kinds of dressed meats s-eil
radllj. ctftecially pork and veal. Dullness
Mill nlgn in potatoes, although there Is Fomc
imprc.'. oaient, due to easier weather. Receipts
are ory light Onions are likewise quiet.
Prunes are wtll rltmned up. and only a small
I art ff tlve crop remains unsold. Kittle is do
ing ,n.tho large inrking plants, and most of
til product has been shipped away. Prices for
Italian range nominally up to 4c. Hops ais
established at 13c for best grade. Several im
I3rtan. sale. ha'e been made in the past few
days at that price. Nearly all the crop has
jas?e! from the hands of growers. Most of
the trading hereafter will be between dealers.
Portland $3sJ.7o2 f HS.Si'O
Jattie r.3s.r.27 io::.w
Tac. ma 2I4.0C.1 23.3'K
Spokane 2PI.01S 37.774
G ml ii. Klonr. IZie.
The wheat market yesterday was singing the
pong of the same thing over again. Advlc-s
fr m the Eaft were weaker, but the local situa
te -n was unchanged. Very little business whs
it p. fed A few sales of small lots of Walla
"ttaila as high as 04&c were announced, lix
lrters regard current prices too high In pro
portion to freights., and therefore do not have
ir.uch incentive to enter the market, inasmuch
as thej are well provided for the ships on
hand Nothing was done yesterday in charters.
The two disengaged vessels In port are Mill
holding Mubbornly for .10. and disdain the
27s fxl offered several days ago. Oats, remain
stead, nnd millstuffs strong.
"W h-at Nominal ; Walla Walla. G4gC4H":
bluestcm. CT.c; Valley. 04c.
Barley Feed. $ IttJplO r.0; brewing. ?20ff20 50
Oats No. I white, fl 15f?l 25; gray, ?1 10
Flour Beet grades. ?2 SOffS 40 per barrel;
graham. ?2 50fi2 SO.
Millstuffs Bran. $10 per ton; middlings. 521;
shorts. 21 50; chop. $17 50.
Hay TimoJhy. ?11T12; clover. ?77 00; Ore
gon wild hay. $r.$jC per ton.
Ilnttcr. KjrK. Poultry, ntc.
Butter Creamery, 2TS27c; dairy. 18ff20c;
store. 11 13c.
Eggs- Lower; 22-i23c for Oregon; 22Ac for
California; 2ik- for cold storage.
Cheese Fuli cream, twins. J313c: Young
America. I4Q15c; factory prices, Kg'l'Ac less.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3?3 SO; hens,
?44 r0 per dozen. OfflOc jnsr pound; Springs.
10c per pound. J3Q3 SO per dozen: ducks, $G 50
7 50 per dozen, turkeys, live. 12jsi3c;
dressed, ISfflCc rer pound.
Vegeinlde, F"ruit. Etc.
Tomatoes. Jlfc 1 25: turnips, G5g75c: carrots,
C55j75c; beet. fcOfcjDOc per ack: pumpkins, $lfj
1 25; bquas-hes, $11 25 per 100 pounds; cauli
flower. 75SjS5c per cental; celery, 75c per dozen.
Green fruit Lemons. ?23; oranges, $2JT
2 75 per box. bananas, ?2 25?f3; pineapples,
$5 per doztn; apples, 50eCf$l 50; cranberries,
511612 per barrel.
Dried fruit Apples, evaporated, 78c per
pound, sun-diied sacks or boxes. 4ff5c; apri
cot?. lliC12c: peaches, Sgllc: pears. GJjSc;
prunes, ltullan, 3g4"c; figs. California blacks.
3V-i?4c; do white 5c plums, pillcss. white, Cc
Potatoes and Onion.
Potatoes Best Burbanks. 30c$l 25 per cen
tal; ordinary. 70J$5c per cental, growers'
prices, garnet Chile, $W1 20 per cental, grow
ers prices; sweets. $1 75ft2 per cental.
Onions 11 50 2 per cental, growers' prices.
G"ocerIe. Xitn, Etc
Cirfee Mocha. 235j2ic: Java, fancy, 2GS'32c;
Jau. good. 20?24c: Java, ordinary. lSff20c;
la Rica, fancy. lS&20e; Costa Rica, good,
. ilb.. Costa Rica, ordinary. 10fl2c per
.ound. Columbia roast, $11 50; Arbucklc'h.
51175 list; Lion. 51125 list; Cordova. S12 63
Rice Impci ial. Japan No. 1, 5ic; No. 2, 5tfc;
New Orleans. 5g7c
Salmon Columbia River, one-pound tails,
51 5. two-pound tails. 53; fancy one-pound
I'ats. 52, 's-pousd fancy Hats. 51 25; Alaska
tails. 1)5; two-pound talis, 52.
Sugar Cube, 55 25; crushed. 55 25; powdered.
5 05. dry granulated. 55; extra C $4 75; gold
en C. 5 40 net per sack; beet sugar, 55 15 per
sack; half barrels, "ic more than barrels:
tacks, 10c per 100 less than barrels; maple,
lSgilGs per pound.
Honey 12'24j 15c per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta, 50 12'igG 25 per 100 for
Nuts Peanuts. 6'Q7c per pound for raw, 8JJ
S'tc for roasted; cocoanuts, S5g90c per dozen:
walnuts, 10"itllc per pound; pine nuts, 109
124c; hickory r.uts, 7c; chestnut's. 53 50Jf5 per
drum: Brazil nuts. 7c: Alberts, 15Q:iCc; fancy
pecans, 1414lrc: almonds, 12V4Q'15c.
Coal oil Cases, 2014c per gallon; barrels, 16c;
Stock salt 50s. 510 75; 100s, 510 25; granu
lated. 60s, 528; Liverpool. 50. 528; 100s, 127 50;
Hnpn, "Wool and Hides.
Hops 11 13c per pound.
Wool Nominal; Valley, 13515c; Eastern Ore
gon, b12tc; mohair, 21Q21i4c per pound.
Sheepskins Shearings, 1520c; short wool.
5I?35c: medium wool, 30QC0c; long wool, 00c
Tallow Prime, per pound, 4Jj4"c; No. 2 and
Hides Dry hides. No. 1, 1C pounds and up.
35f?15Hc per pound; dry kip. No. 1, 5 to 13
pounds, 15c; dry calf. No. 1. under 6 pounds.
lCc; dry-salted, bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound. CO
pounds and over. S&Uo; 50 to CO pounds, 70
8c: under 50 pounds and cows. 7c: stags and
bulls, sound. 55Hc; kip, sound, 15 to 30
pounds, 7c. veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sound, under 10 pounds, 8c; green (un
called), lc per pound less; culls, lc per pound
less; horse hides, salted, each. 51 5o2; dry.
each. 5101 50; colts' hides, each. 25g50c; goat
cklns, common, each, 10S15c; Angora, with
wool on. each, 25c5?51.
Pelts Bear skins, as to size. No. 1. each. 55
G20; cubs. 52$?5; badger, each. 10ff40c; wild
cat, 2530c; house cat, 5ffl0c; fox, common
gray, each, 30ti50c; do red.- each, 51 50g2; do
cross, -nch. 55ffl5; do bilver and black, each.
5100&200; fishers, each. 55QG: lynx. each. 5213;
mink, strictly No. 1. each, 30cffl 25: marten,
dark Northern. 5CS12. marten, pale, pine, ac
cording to size and color. 51 503; muskrats.
large, each. 5010c: skunk, each. 25ff35c: civet
or polecat, each. SfelOc; otter for large prims
skins, each, 56": panther, with head and
claws, perfect, each, 5-?5; raccoon, for large
prime, each, 30g35e: wolf, mountain, with
head perfect, each 53 505; wolf, pralrlo (coy
ote), with head perfect, each. 40SC0c; woir,
prairie (coyote), without head. each. 30S35c;
wolverine, each. $JT7; beaver, per skin, large.
55JJC: do medium. 534; do small, SI! 50;
do kits. 50$f75c
McntM nud I'mvInImiK.
Mutton Gross. 4c per pound; dressed, Qlc
Hogs, Gro.s, 53ic; dressed. (!'7c per pound.
Veal SsJjyc per jwund dressed.
Beef Gross, cows, 3?;ti4c: steers. 4QMci
dressed. GViC7c per pound.
Hams, bacon, etc Portland pack (Shield
brand) hams. 13ffl3lic; Hcnlc, 9c per pound;
breakfast bacon, 15'-jlrtVtc per pound; bacon.
14c per pound, backs. ll"iJ12';c per pound:
dry-salted Fide, lie per pound; dried bcrf.
setts. lCc; kr.uckles. ISc per pound: Eastern
pack hams, large. 12?ic; medium. 13c: small.
13'tc. picnic, 0;c; shoulders. 0?ic: breakfast
b.-n-on. 14fcl5He, diy-snlted sides, ll'ic; bacon
bides. 12Uc; backs, unsmoked. HUc; smoked.
J2e. but's. JttlOc per pound; dried beef.
15 4(sil7'.ic per pound; dry-salted bellies. HUSf
12'c, bacon bellies. 12U13"4c per pound.
Lard l'ortland (Shield brand). 5s. 13c; 10s.
12",, 50s, VJf tierces. 12Uc; Eastern, pure
leaf, kettle rendered. 5s, 12T&c; 10s, 12ie; 50s,
M2W AOUIC STOCK 3IARKET.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. There was an attempt
on the part of an eiemenc of professional op-e-rati.-s
ti awaken some speculative interest
In the market this morning, but the general
dlsj)OfItion was to acquiesce in dullness and
neglect, after Yesterday's disapiwlntlng cx;
tat:jn of a decision In the Northprn Secutjties
case It I the general opinion in the finan
cial distrlst that any pronounced activity must
await the delaye-d decision In this case, or some
ctrlknyi new development in general conditions.
The professional e-lement. which attempted to
contest this obvious tendency this morning,
was making v.ery moderate progress when the
announcement came of engagements of gold
for export Thursday to the amount of 53,750,-
000. The market then immediately flattened
out. the greater art of the gains being lost,
and was neglected and lethargic for the rest
of the day. The day's small business was
largely congested In Amalgamated Copper,
Southern Pacific. Sugar and Metropolitan. The
dealings otherwise, even In the great trans
continental and Pacific railroads and In United
States Steel were of quite insignificant propor
tions. Amalgamated Copper was weak on the sharp
break In the London copper market, and on
the first reaction for copper In the local metal
maiket since the market turned upward. The
Mrength of Sugar was bused on the recent
argument of a probable remission of sugar du
ties from Cuba. The operations in Southern
Pacific were largely in the hands of the specu
lative pool In the stock. Metropolitan Street
Railway recovered sharply from yesterday's
depression, on the assurance from W. C. Whit
ney that his coming retirement from business
would not involve the liquidation of his hold
ings. There were some wide movements among Ws
prominent stocks. The engagement of gold for
exjort has been only a slightly hardening In
fluence on the money market, but the doubt
as to the extent to which the movement may
reach caued some uneasiness over the outlook.
It Is believed that last week's large loan ex
pansion represented the shifting of obligations
due to foreign creditors to the local banks, and
that the gold outgo Is In the payment of loans.
The declaration of a 520 dividend on Standard
Oil. the same as for the first quarter of last
year and the j-ear before, was regarded as of
some significance, as It was feared that the
recent fail In the price of oil would lead to a
reduction of the dividend. The market closed
dull and heavy, the tone being somewhat ac
centuated by the report of the rejection of
peace overtures by the British Government,
Business in bonds was quit" well distributed.
Total sales. 53.520.000. Vnlted States old 4s
advanced H, on the last call.
Clonlnsr StocU Quotations.
Baltimore & Ohio
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chicago & Alton
Chicago. Ind. & Louis.
Chicago & Eastern 111..
Chicago & Great West.
do A pfd
do B pfd
Chicago &C. W
Chicago. IC I. & Pac...
Chicago Term. & Tran.
C. C. C. & St, Louis..
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Delaware & Hudson....
Del.. Lack. & Western.
Denver & Rio Grande. .
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Great Northern pfd....
Lake Erie & Western..
Louisville & Nashville.
Manhattan Elevated ...
Metropolitan Street Ry.
Minn. & St, Louto
200142 (141 141V4
GOOi 2.1. 22kl 231.
1001 84 I M , S3
I I I 441i
100 17 J 17 1 17
3(0 :24 32141 324
iOOl 00-Stj Oil j 1IV,
S.OOOI 154, 152,1 15,
2.000 05, 05t, U51t
3.11H) XI 1 311 31 i
3H1K, 3RTI S.S..
604! ttVil Gltii
5CVi 50b 554
00 1 G8VI SS7i
84 S3ri 33;
i -"'i "
Xifij 17 j 17U
1024' 101:,,, 102
I , 244
53H 53 524
1H7 105 1 105
Mo., Kansas &, Texas..
New Jersey Central....
New York Central......
Norfolk & Western
Ontario & Western
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
St, Louis & San Fran..
do 1st pfd
do id pfd
St. Louis S. W
Texas & Pacific
Toledo. St, Louis & W.
Wheeling & Lake Erie.
do 2d pfd
Expi$ ss Companies
Amalgamated Copper ..
Amer. Car & Foundry..
American Linseed Oil..
Amer. Smelt, & Refln..
Anaconda Mining Co...
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Colorado Fuel & Iron..
Cont. Tobacco pfd
International Paper ...
International Power ...
Pressed Steel Car
do pfd (ex dlv.)
Pullman Palace Car....
Tennessee Coal & Iron..
Union Bag & Paper Co.
United States Leather..
United States Rubber...
United States Steel
American Locomotive ..
MWil 30 3U
12S( 92SI !2
824i $2 S2
03 I 03
50 J 58U
" ''l """
l4li 4 I 04yt.
3&V4, 38HI s
0"j, -0 41 -jou.
39$ j 34
Total sales for the day. 4S7.900 shares.
U. S. 2s. ref. reg.lOSH,Atchlson adj. 4s...
do coupon 108$C. & N.W. con. 7s.
do 3s. reg 108$D. & R. G. 4s
do coupon 10S$:N. Y. Cent, lsts..
do new 4s. reg.. 139 Northern Pac 3a..
do coupon 139 1 do 4s
do old 4k, reg... 112 ISouthern Pac 4s..
do coupon 112 ll'nlon Pacific 4s...
do 5s. reg 108 JWest Shor 4s
do coupon 100 iWIs. Central 4s...
BOSTON, Feb. 4. Closing quotations:
U. S. Steel pfd... 93$
.4 $5 Adventure 5 22 75
Alroucz r. i
Call loans ....
Time loans ...
Atchison 4s ..
. S3 IBaltlc
Mex. Central 4s.
N. E. G. & Coke.. 55 iCal. & Hecla.
Atchison 7G$Copper Range .
do prd 97$!Domlnlon Coal.
Boston & Albany.2C2 iFranklln
Boston & Maine. .142 lisle Royale
Boston Elevated ..103 iMohawk
N. Y.. N. H. & H 20 loid Dominion .
Fitchburg pfd ...145 jOscola
Union Pacific ....101$Parrott
Mex. Central 2S IQulncj'
Miscellaneous ISanta Fe Cop..
Amer. Sugar 127 (Tamarack ....,
do pfd 117$Trlmountaln ...
Am. Tel. & Tel..l5S$Trlnlty
Domln. I. & S 24JUnlted States ..
Gen. Electric ....279 jL'tah
Mnss. Electric ... 33 Victoria
N. E. Gas & C 5 j Winona
United Fruit S7$hVolverines ....
U. S. Steel 43
Mock nt London.
LONDON. Feb. 4. Closing quotations:
Anaconda 7 (Norfolk & West.,
Atchison 7S$I do pfd
do pfd 99$0ntario & West.,
Bait, & Ohio 105$PennsylvanIa
Can. Pacific HC-JslReadlng .-..
Ches. & Ohio 40$. do 1st pfd
Chi. Gr. Western. 23$ do 2d pfd
cni.. m. .m a u 1 -..io?4!&ouinern Jiy .....
D. & R. G...
43i do nfd
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
.. 93)4 ISouthern Pacific
.. 40 (Union Pacific ..,
.. 71$) do pfd
571sU. S. Steel
..141 ( do pfd
LouU. & Nash
M-. K. & T,
.... 25 I do pfd ..
;4 (Snanlsh 4k
N. Y. Central 100
Foreign Financial Xcit.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. The Commercial Ad
vertiser's London financial cablegham"; v
The stock market was quiet today. American
w - r o
shares remained dead and discouraged., on the
postponement of any decision on the Northern
Securities Company litigation. Finally, New
Tork lifted Union and Southern fPacIflc Cop
per fell I2i to 5314 per ton on professional
manipulation. Rio Tintos fell to 45, but ral
lied, closing at 45&. Anacondas sold down to
Money, ExchanRC, Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 4. Sterling on London-Sixty
days. 51 S3U; sight, 54 SSli.
Mexican dollars 15c.
Drafts Sight, 1214c; telegraph. 15c
NEW TORK, Feb. 4. Money on call easy,
21J3 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 4414
Sterling exchange about steady, with actual
business In bankers' bills at 54 S7HQ4 871i for
demand, and at 54 S41i4 S4 for CO days;
posted rates. 54 S54 S5s and 54 SS; commer
cial bills. 54 83?;?4 S4-S.
Mexican dollars 14c
Government bonds strong: state bonds lnact
Ice; railroad bonds Irregular.
LONDON, Feb. 4. Consols for money,
04 7-10; for the account. 04 11-10. Money. 2 j
?a per cent, ine rate ot discount in ine open
market for short bills Is 2;4 per cent; throe-
L months' bills, 2 ier cent.
Dally Trcnunry Statement.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 4. Today's Treasury
Available cash balances 5174.872,834 j
Corn Afirniii Attracted the .Most At
tention nt Chicago.
CHICAGO. Feb. 4. Corn again attracted the
most attention on the floor, although trade
J was not large. Early buying on the cold-
weather reports, especially by the Southwest,
and some by the local crowd for Investment.
occasioned a fair advance. There was some
bullish news from Kansas City, and cables
were strong, though Liverpool reporte-d a dull
market. Receipts were small. May oiHjnod
with some strength and sold up to Cl!c. but
Felling by locals and predictions of moderating
weather broke the market toward the end of
th session. May sold down to C3Hc but ral
lied again on good covering, and sold at Cl;i
04c This revival, however, was not long
lived, and May closed easy, c down, at C316
Wheat had a rather dull day. The change
In prices was limited to c The cold weather,
while having an Independent bullish effect in
this pit, influenced strength more by Its Indi
rect effect through corn. The early sentiment
was bullish, on corn, but later wheat tjurned
Independent and bearish. The local crowd sold
and prices declined. Receipts, both local and
Northwestern, were small nnd the world's,
visible rupply decreased 731.000 bushels. On
these Influences, May started $c up, at 7S$c.
and sold up a shade. When the sentiment
turned, the market held very well, considering
the selling pressure, and May closed easy,
$5$c lower, at 7S$Q7S$c, New York report
ed discouraging export news, saying the de
mand waa largely confined to Manitoba wheat.
which as being s-old under the prices for
Oats were again dull, and prices fluctuated
ln sympathy with corn over a very narrow
range. May closed steady, $c down, at 44$
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest, Lowest. Closing.
May 50 78$
8 57 ;3
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 3 Spring, 75$c; No. 2 red. S3$
Oats No. 2. 45$e: No. 2 white, 4747$c;
No. 3 white. 40$47c .
Rye No. 2. 01c
Barley Fair to choice malting, 59SG3$s
Flaxseed No. 1, 51 70; No. 1 Northwestern.
Timothy seed Prime, 50 55.
Mess pork 515 706 15 75 rr bbl.
Lard 59 30ff9 32$ per cwu
Short ribs sides Loose. 58 25gs 40.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed. 57 12$7 37$.
Short clear sides Boxed. 5S G2$fi8 75.
Clover Contract grade, 59 40.
Butter -Firm; creameries, lCS25$c; dairies,
Cheese Steady. 9$((ril$c
Eggs Strong; fresh, 2t$j27c
iiour. narreis .
Corn, bushels ..
Oats, bushels ..
Rye, bushels ..
, 00. IK) VS.OO-J
, 3.000 12.1H)
"evr York Grain nnd Produce.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. Flour Receipts. 27.
020 barrels; exports, 1095 barrels. Market dull,
Wheat Receipts, 112.100 bushels; exports,
232,711 bushels; spot steady: No. 2 red, 87$c
1. o. b. afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth, &5$c
f. o. b. afloat.
Wheat futures were fairly steady all day.
Influenced by the less favorable Winter wheat
crop news, small receipts, light speculative
offerings, a decreae ln the world's stocks and
fairly large New York clearings. A final slight
setback with corn left the closing prices $'? Uc
net lower. Marcn closed S4$c; May, b334c;
Hops Firm; Pacific Coast,
Hides Barely steady.
1901 crop. 11$
San Franvlfico Grain Market.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 4. Wheat-Steady;
May, 51 08$; December. 51 09$.
Barley Easy; May, 84$c
Wheat Shipping; 51 07$; milling, 51 IO31
Barley Feed. S7$590c: brewing. 92lS95c
Oatb-Red. 51 22$1 42$; white. 51 25fi
1 42$; black. 51 1501 30.
Wheat Easy; May. 51 08$; December.
51 09$: cash, 51 07$.
Barley Easy; May. 84$c
Corn Large yellow, 51 35l 40.
Chnngcn In Available Grntn Supplied.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. Special cable commu
nications to Bradstreet's show the following
changes ln available supplies from last account:
Wheat United States and Canada, east of the
Rockies, decreased 2.531.000 bushels; afloat for
and In Europe. Increase 800.000 bushels; total
supply, decreased 731.000 bushels.
Corn United States and Canada, east of the
Rockies, Increased 83,000 bushels.
Oats United States and Canada, east of the
Rockies, Increased 050.000 bushels.
European Grain Market.
LONDON. Feb. 4.-Wheat cargoes on pas
sage quiet and steady: Walla Walla, 20s 3d.
English country markets quiet.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 4. Wheat quiet; wheat
on passage quiet. Flour In Paris ctealy.
Weather ln England cold and damp.
CHICAGO. Feb. 4. There was a demand for
pork at the opening that carried prices up
fairly well. Trade was small. All products
closed 2$c higher.
TVhent Receipt nt Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 4. Receipts of wheat dur
ing the past three days. 177.000 centals. In
cluding 170,000 American.
SAX FUAA'CISCO .MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 4. Wool-Spring
Humboldt and Mendocino, 1510c; Nevada, lOQ)
12c; Eastern Oregon. 10013c: Valley Oregon,
13515c Fall Humboldt and Mendocino. 10&
124c; mountain. 809c: routh plains nnd San
Joaquin. G0Sc: lambs. 008c
Hops New crop, 114715c
Hay Wheat, $10gl4; wheat and oat, 510013;
best barley. 5B310; alfalfa. 59010 50: clover.
57QS 50 per ton: straw. 45000c per bale.
Vegetables Green peas. 407c per pound;
string beans. 10015c per pound; " tomatoes.
51 5002 25; cucumbers. 5Oc051 50 per box; gar
lic 1402$ per pound; egg plant, 20025c; okra.
Millstuffs Middlings, 520021 50; bran. 51S 50
Potatoes Early Rose, f 1 0001 CO; River Bur-
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor Chamber of Commerce
banks, 51 101 35; river reds, 5i 501 CO: Sali
nas Burbanks. 51 5C1 75; Oregon Burbanks,
51 301 70; sweets, 51 50 per cental.
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers. 13314c; do hens.
HG15c per pound: old roosters, 5-164 50 per
dozen; young roosters, 55G; small broilers,
5304; large broilers. 5405; fryers. 54 50fi5 per
dozen; hen. 54 505 50; old ducks. 55Q5 50;
young ducks. 50ff7.
Eggs Ranch. 224c
Bananas 5102 75 per bunch.
Citrus fruit Common California lemons. 5J?c;
choice, $2 50; Mexican limes. 545; oranges,
navel. 75c5fe2 50.
Apples Choice, 51 25 common, 30c per box.
Butter Fancy creamery. 27c: do seconds,
22c; fancy dairy, 23c per pound; do seconds,
Cheesf Toung America, HHc; Eastern, 13?
15c; new. 114c: old. lie
Receipts Flour, 10,392 quarter sacks; do
Oregon. 12.244 quarter sacks; wheat, 2025 cen-
i tals; barley, 10.P30 centals; beans, 24 sacks;
com. 370 centals; pomtoes. 2SSS sacks; do
Oregon. 321S sacks; bran. 1135 sacks; do Ore
gon. 1800 sacks; middlings, S25 sacks: do Ore
gon, 400 sacks; hay, 340 tons; wool, 51 bales.
.CHICAGO. Feb. 4. Catllc Receipts. 7000, In
cluding 750 Tcxans. Market steady. Good to
prime steers. 50 500 7 35; poor to medium.
I4QG; stockcrs and feeders. 52 50?1 75; cows.
51 2565 25: heifers, 52 50J?5 50; canncrs. 51 25
62 30; bulls, 2 504 40; calves, 5307 25;
Te-xas fed steers, 54JJ5 50.
Hogs Receipts today. 32,000: tomorrow, 35,
000; left ovei 4500. Market strong to 5c high
er. Mixed and butchers, 5" S5QC 3D; good to
choice heavy. 5 25fiG 45: rough heavy, 5C(?
C 20; light, 55 G0fl; bulk of sales, 55 958"
Sheep Receipts. 15.000. Market for shc.ep
strong to 10c higher. Good to choice wethers.
54 50ff5 25; fair to choice mixed. 53 75?1 50;
Western sheep and yearlings, 54 25?5 05; na
tive Iambs, 53 503G 25; Western lambs, 55 25Q
NEW YORK, Feb. 4. There waa a halt In
the advnnce of copper prices today. Demand
was materially less -than It has been, as -buy
ers are well loaded up with stock. Sellers tried
to find buyers, but there were very little re
sponses to their overtures. In an effort to
find a trading basis, prices were lowered !44c
per pound. Thus I.ake was reduced to 13c,
electrolytic to 12$. and casting to 12$c An
Important bearish feature was the decline of
, a 108 ln London, spot and futures closing there
at 53 5s.
The local market for pip
tin was easy, with
sHers at 524 25. London closed 1 5s lower.
wun spot at 109 .s .and futures at 104.
' Lend was steady, but quiet and unchanged,
! at 54 10 at New York. London wns 3s higher.
I at 11 12s Gd. Spelter was dull and 5 points
lower at New York, at 54 20. London was un
changed, at 17 10s.
Iron was dull and unchnnged here. Glasgow
was a shade higher at 49s 5d. and Mlddles
, boro was a trifle lower, at 44s 9d. Pig Iron
, warrants closed here at 51 lSx 12; No. 1 foun
dry Northern. 510 5017 50; No. 2 foundry
Northern. 51C17 50; No. 1 foundry Southern.
. 510616 50; No. 1 foundry Southern soft. 51CQ'
Bar silver, 55$c
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 4.
Bar sliver. 55$c.
LONDON. Feb. 4. Bar silver steady,
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON, Feb. 4. The wool market hero pre
sents few new features this week. The de
mand Is moderate, while values are held on a
very firm basis. Manufacturers are taking a
fair amount of wool from time to time at full
prices, but there is an absence of speculative
feeling. Owing to the heavy sales of wool
last Fall, together with the steady picking up
of good lots, there Is considerable shrinkage
ln the available supply of good territory wools,
and a buyer now has a poorer choice from
which to make his selections. Vnlues hold
firm nt about 4345e. clean, being a fair basis
for fine medium wools. The scoured basis for
fine territory wools Is about 47(f?4Sc. while
f-ome fancy lots are calling for 50c: medium
territory wools are quoted at 3S-g40c, with
choice lines at 42c
London AV00I Auctions.
LONDON. Feb. 4. The offerings at the wool
auction sales today numbered 12.350 bales.
New South Wales and Victoria merinos were
In active demand at firm rates. Puntas Are
nas and Falkland Islands were ln fair de
mand. Coffee nnd Sngnr.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. Coffee Spot Rio
steady; No. 7 Invoice. 5$c: mild quiet; Cor
dova, 7tf?12c Futures cIocd steady; May,
55 55g5 CO; July. 55 7505 SO; September, 55 00
Sugar Raw steady; refined steady.
NEW YORK. Feb. 4. Cotton closed un
changed to 2 points higher, with the tone
RnccM nt Onklnnd.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 4. Jooknv
Owcn Mounce was indefinitely suspended
at Oakland today as a result of the im-
J proved showins made by Kenllworth In
1 the Kearney handicap Last Frtdav h
horse was a favorite ln the San Ramon
handicap, but Mounce took him back and
ho failed to get any of the money. To
day he took up 120 pounds, and. leading
most of the way, won from Rollick, cov
ering the distance ln 1:42. Lee Jackson
had the mount. The riding of Mounce has
caused much unfavorable comment. Fa
vorites fared badly. Results:
Six furlongs, selling Wyoming won,
John Peters second, Arigato third; time.
Futurity course, selling Jlngler won.
The Weaver eecond, Hlpponax third; time.
Three and a half furlongs, purse Dot
terel won. Ml Relna second Jmp. Puss
third; time, 0:44.
One mile, Kearney handicap Kenll
worth won. Rollick second. Frangible
third; time. 1:423;.
Six furlongs, .selling Evander won.
Maraschito second, Baldo third: time
Mile and Z0 yards, selling Joe Ripley
won. Dunblane second, Galanthus third:
Mcxlcan Tlmlier Land Sale.
EL PASO, Tex.Feb. 4. A tract of tim
ber land containing 500.000 acres and situ
ated in the State of Chihuahua. Mexico
has been sold to the Development Com
pany of America, by H. C. Smith, of San
Francisco, and J. R. Davis, of Wisconsin.
One million dollars In gold was paid for
the land. F. M. Murphy and E. H. Hook
er, of the Development Company, are here
with Smith and will go to examine the
land. The tract Is about 50 miles south
west or Casas Grandes. the terminus of
the Sierra Madre railway.
Fnmiton'K Wound In Healing.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 4. At Scarritt
Hospital, where General Funston under
went an operation yesterday, it was stated
today that he had rested well last night
and had made satisfactory nrosrress Tho
wound has begun to heal and-there is an-
pareuuy every prospect of the General's
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H C Ewing. Seattle
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G F Bulen. Tacoma
F O Baker. Spokane
l"red T Sherman
IS II Bourns. Milwauk
J. H Gist, Chgo
G Y Prefer. Mpls
!G A Kilmer. .N Y
IJ W Norrls & wf. S F
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IF A Barker. Chgo
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Mr & Airs Henry Can
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Harry Growtage. N YIAIlss Allen, do
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Arthur L Steele, do Fred J Perrlne. Seat:'
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Minn . a A Lee, Spokane
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ton. Wash ..- W Whlte.Enterprlse
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Mrs J W Talbott. do g a Kyle. Tacoma
C II Paxton. Oshkosh Ia J Johnson, Astoria
W C Cowsill, Baker C
C. W. Knowles, Manager.
R M Wooden. Jewell i?aa M Kyle, Salem
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M A Bryte. San Fran ,3 W Tallant. Astoria
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W D Smith. Vancvr j lamet
L G- Gumett. BrldalVl.H A Mears. Gold Hill
Sirs H B Stewart. P II Feely. San Fran
Spokane jH G Van Down, Aa-
Pr H M Shaw. Fossil I torla
pr M B Shaw. Fossil IB Lurch. Cottage Grv
F W Currier. Minn JM Gertrude Bu&luiery,
Mrs Currier, Minn ) Junction City
R W Madden. San Fr E G Sproule. Tacoma
Miss Blanche Bren- JMIss Bennett, San Fr
nan. N Y lFrank Ravager, Sacmto
MIhs Van Wagner, do tjlrs Ravager, do
Miss M O Chase, do ,. M Withers. Corvallls
A C Sooswln. iLondon. AV H Byrd. Salem
Eng JA H Steiner. Salem
P M Griffith. SumpferL L Bush. .Bay Center.
Mrs Griffith. Sumptcr Wash '
J K Firth, San Fran W J Cook. Astoria
Mrs H T Bagley. iC C Mastcn, Svensen
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J S Cooper. Indp ill M Smith. Astoria
H J Cook. Otlumwa.Iadl S Kingston, llwaco
L H Johnson. Eugene j
"THE ST. CHARLES.
W D Merickel, Glen- Jas Manary. Marehld
wood. Minn 1 :J S Vaughn. Buttevllle
A J Merickel. do ' ,Carrle Douthlt. Bridal
p Westfall. Ncwberg I Veil
I R GUllhan.'S
H A McNuIty.
Albanv'A I'rovine. Seattle
Sauvlc's H Holbrook, Kelo
. Bakr C'Miss Maud Rathroclr.
J Lamborson. Houltoni Pendleton
Harry Lowe. Houlton W G Mulligan & wf, St
E E Gleaon. city , Paul
E Erlckson. Clatbkani W Bryans. LeRoy.Mlnn
Erlck Mattson. do jWm Gregory. Bridal VI
Wm Settle, Wichita C S Goerlg. Bridal Veil
Paul Muller. Woodlnd W H Englert. do
J E Cormaek. city P G Specnt. Bridal VI
I G Wlckstrom, Ka- tJ M Benton, Maygers
lama V T Barnhart.CorvallU
Mrs L Decker. St Hlns.M McCann. McCoy
L E Wing & wf, Mt (Geo Scott, McCoy
Pleasant IC W Daulca. Carrolltn
Claud Meyers, Kalama,John Illlg. , Hubbard
F W Duston, ClarkstnjWalter Lovcngood,
David Wllkey, Dayton' Dundee
W B Nelll, Qulncy ,G H Lindsay, St Helns
Helen Howard. Stella tW AV Knight. Canby
Mrs Berg Jfe dtr. do IA H Andrews.Woodlnd
J W Parker. Tacoma ,H Wctt, Scappoose
Hotel BrnnsvvIcU. Seattle.
European, first-class. Ratcn, 50c to 51.50.
One block from depot. Restaurants near
Tncnmn Hotel, Tacomn.
American plan. Rates. 53 and up.
Donnelly Hotel, Tncnmn.
European plan. Rates 50c and up.
13 interested and should knoT
about the wonderful
MARVEL WhTrh'no -S"---The
New Lndles' Syrlnct
, Safest. Most
lk T.ir ii:,-ul I
other, bnt rend su:i
liutniti look !
STt Mission St.. San Francisco
For sale by Woodard. Clarke & Co., Tort
land. Or., and druggists generally.
Harry S. New, vice-president of
the Indianapolis Journal, tosses the
following bouquet Into the Burling
"I think I have never made a rail
road journey, freer from annoy
ances of every character, or one
more satisfactory in every respect
than that which I have just com
pleted over the Burlington Route
!rom St. Lpuis to the West and re
turn. The roadbed itself is fine, its
passenger equipment, new and well
cared for. the employes of the road
are particularly uttentive and polite
and the dining-car service is the
best I have ever seen anywhere."
Hours the quickest nnd hundreds
of miles the shortest line to the
South and Southeast. Through
trains to Kansas City and St. Louis.
TICKET Or HCE: Cor. Third an Stark Sto.
R. W. Foster. Tickat Agent.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
Fr South-Eastern Alaska
Leave Seattle 9 1. 31,
Steamships COTTAGE CITY
CITY OF SEATTLE or AL
KI. Feb. 4. 14. 10. R). 23
Alar. 1, G. 12. 10. 21. 24. 31
For San Francisco
Leave SEATTLE at J) A. M. every fifth day.
For further Information, obtain folder. Rlgnt
is reservca 10 cuanse- sieitiacrs or sailing dat"S.
AGENTS N. POSTO.W 2:3 Washington h.
Portland; F. W. CARLETON, N. P. R. r".
Dock. Tacoma: Ticket Office. 113 James st.
Seattle. AL TALBOT. Comm'l Agt.; C. W.
DULLER. Avt. Gen'l Agt.. Ocean Dock. Seat
tle; GOODALL, PERKINS & CO.. Gen'l Agta..
Salem, Independence, Albany
Corvallls and McMinnvillc.
Steamer POAIONA. for Coxrallls. leaves C:45
A. M. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
Steamer ALTONA. for AIcMlnnvllIe. lcavea
7 A. AL Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
OREGON CITY TRANSPORTATION CO..
Office and dock, foot Taylor st. Phone 40.
ins l5r& ' " ' vJeT
P for 11- , f'fyK
tt.lt gives Vv ''iff
1lreftlonln- v ft
finvvl r-n CXJ 11.11. .. !M
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POIN TS EAST
For tb East via Hunt
ington. J . W A. At.
4:30 P. At.
For Eastern Washing
ton. Walla Walla. Lt-w-Iston.
Gt. Northern Points.
l:15 P. M.
7 too A. AL
For the East via Hunt-
3:5U P. At.
m:10 A. AL
OCEAX AXD RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR SAN FRAN
CISCO. SS. Columbia
Fb. G. 1G. 2G.
SS. Geo. W. Klder
Feb. 1, 11, 21.
a 00 p. AC
tOR ASTORIA andS:cuP. M.
wuy points, connecting Dally er.
with str. for llwaco andjSunday.
North Beach, str. Has-'
a!o. Ash-street Doctc.Sat. 10
3:wo P. M.
FOR CORVALLIS and
way points, str. MO
DOC. Ash-street Dock.
0.45 A M.
FOR DAYTON. Oregon
city and Yamhill Rl--er
points, str. Elmore.
t Water permitting.)
00 A. M.
TICKET OFFICE. Third and Washington.
Telephone. Slain 712.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
Ir Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers for Manila. Port Ar
thur nnd Vlndlvotock
INDRAVELLI SAILS ABOUT FEB. 5.
For rates and full Information call on or ad
dress officials or asents of O. R. & N. Co.
UVlint Fifth nnd i
i-enve Vr ! Arrtie
for Salem. Ruse
burg, Ashland. Sac
ra m it to il?ri.n
7: A. AL
San Francisco. Mo-
ave, L.oa Angeles.
El Paso. New Or
leans and the East.
At W o o d b urn
fdallv exceur Sun.
day), morning train
connects witn tram
for Mt. Angel. Sil
and Natron, and
Albany Local for
Mt. Angel and StI
verton. Albany passenger ...
'10:10 A. M.
'5:50 P. AL
114:50 P. M jsherldan paasenger li 18:25 A. II.
Dally. i,I3aliy except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on Kle between Portland, Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates $17.50
first class and $14 second class. Second clasa
Includes sleeper; first clas does not.
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLOLU and
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained at Ticket Of
fice. No. 254. cor. Washington and Third.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson street.
Leave Poitland dally 7:20 A. AL, li!:30. 1:55
3:25. 4:40. :25. o:30 P. M. Dally except Sun
day. r:30. 0:40 A. AL. 5:u5. 11:30 P. AL Sun
day only. ! A. M.
Arrive Portland dally. S:30. 10:50 A. AI
1:35. 3:10. 4:30, 0.15. 7:40. 10 P. M. Dally ex
cept Sunday. 0:35. 9:30. 10:50 A. AL: except
Monday, 12:40 A. AL: Sunday only. 10:05 A. AL
Leave for Dallaa dally except Sunday, 5:05
P. AL Arrive Portland J:30 A. M. Passenger
train leaves Dallas for Alrlle Mondays, Wednes
days and Friday.- at 3:50 P. M. Returns Tues
days and Saturdays.
V. A. SCHILLING, R. B. AIILLER.
City Tkt. Agt. Gen. Frt. i Pass. AgL
i"A TI1WF CKQW
Overland Express 2:0u P. AL 7:00 A. M.
Twin City. St. Louis &
Kan. City Special 11:30 P. AL 7:45 P. AL
Puget Sound L'mited. for
South Ber.d. Gray's
Harbor. Olympia. Ta
coma and Seattle 8:35 A. AL 5:20 P.M.
Two trains daily to Spokane. Butte. Helena.
Minneapolis, Bl Paul and the East
A. D. CHARLTON.
Asst. General Pas. Agt..
255 Alorrlson treet. Portland. Or.
Ticket OTTice 122 Third SI. Phone 630
G:0o P. M.
'The Flyer, dally to and) .nPIV1.
hum Ql t..l lllnn Aril V C
,b polls. Duluth. Chicago
jnnd all points East.
0O A. AL
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers, Dining
and Buffet SmoklfTS-Library Cara.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP IYO MARU
For Japan, China and all Asiatic points will
About February Hth.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Depot Klftli a ad
For Maygers, Rainier.
Clifton. Astoria. War
itntoii. Flavel. Ham
mond. Fort Stevens.
Geurhart Pk.. Seaside.
Astoria and Seanorc
8:00 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
0:40 P. At.
Ticket otlice 255 Alorrlson st. and Union Depot.
J C. AIaYO. Gen. Pass. Agt.. Astoria. Or.
WHITE COLLAR LiNE
Winter schedule Leaves foot Alder street
e-ery Mondaj. Wednesday and Friday morn
ing, 7 A. AI. Leaves The Dalles every Tuesday
Thursduy and Saturday morning. 7 A. AL
Stops nt all way landings for both freight
STR. BAILEY GATZERT AIder-st. Dock.)
Leaves Portland, dally every morning at 7
o'clock, excert Sunday. Retumint. lcavoa As
toria every night at 7 o'clock, except Sunday. I
Oregon phone Alain 351. Columbia phone 331. J
ynt n dark olllce In the building;
abtolutely fireproof; electric liprbts
and artesian water; perfect Habita
tion ami thorough ventilation. Ele
vators run daj and night.
AINSLIE. DR. GEORGE. Physician... .413-414
ANDERSON. GUST A V. Attorney-at-Law...U12
ASSUCLXTED PRESS: E. L. Powell. AIgr...MJtJ
AUSTEN, F C. Alanager for Oregon and
Washington Bankers' Life Association of
Des Alolnes. la 502-503
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION. OF DES
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REALS. EDWARD A.. Forecast Official U.
S. Weather Bureau 010
BENJAAIIN. R. W.. Dentist 314
BERNARD. G.. Cashier Tontine Savings
B1N3WANGER. OTTO S.. Physician and
BROCK. WILBUR F.. Circulator Orego-
P.ROWN. AIYRA. AI. D 313-314
BRUERE. DR. G E.. Physician 412-413-414
BUSTEED. RICHARD 3W
CAAtPBELL. WAI. AL. Aledlcal Referee
Kqultable Life 700
CANNING. AL J C02-00U
CAUK1N. G. E.. District Agent Travelers
Insurance Company 718
CARDWELL. DR. J. R 50tJ
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COFFEY. DR. R. C. Surgeon 405-40U
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CORNELIUS. C. W.. Phys. and Surgeon.. ..ioti
COLLIER. P. F.. Publisher: S. P. AlcGulre.
DAY. J. G. & I. N 31S
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DWYER. JOE E.. Tobaccos 403
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EVENING TELEGRAAI 325 Alder Street
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI
ETY; L. Samuel, Manager; G. S. Smith.
FENTON, J. D., Physician and Surgeon..509-10
FEN.TON, DR. HICKS C. Eye and Ear 311
FENTON, MATTHEW F.. Dentist 50J
GALVANI, W. H., Engineer and Draughts
GEARY, DR. E. P.. Phys. and Surgeon 400
GIESY, A. J., Physician and Surgeon... 700-710
GILBERT. DR. J. ALLEN. Physlcian..401-402
GOLDAIAN. WILLIAM. Alanager Alanhat-
tan Life Inir Co.. of New York 209-210
GRANT, FRANK S., Attorney-at-Law U17
GRISWOLD & PHEGLEY. Tailors
131 Sixth Street
HAAIAIAM BATHS. Turkish and Russian..
HAAIAIOND. A. B 310
HOLLISTER. DR. O. C. Physician and
IDLEAIAN. C. AL. Attorney-at-Law.. 410-17-1S
JOHNSON. AV. C 315-310-317
KADY. AIARIC T.. Supervisor of Agents.
Mutual Reserve Fund Ass'n 004-C03
LITTLEFIELD. H. R.. Phys. and Sur 20
MACKAY, DR. A. E.. Phys. and Sur... 711-712
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF
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AIARSH, DR. R. J., Phys. and Surgeon.404-400
AIARTIN. J. L. & Co.. Timber Lands C01
AIcCOY. NEWTON. Attorney-at-Law 713
AIcELROY. DR. J. G.. Phys. & Sur.701-702-703
McFADEN. AIISS IDA E.. Stengorapher....213
AIcFARLAND, E. B., Secretary Columbia
Telephone Company COG
AIcGlNN. HENRY E.. Attorney-at-Law. 311-12
McGUIRE, S. P.. Manager P. F. Collier.
Publisher r 413
AIcKENZIE. DR. P. L.. Phys. and Sur.. 512-13
METT, HENRY 21b
AIILLER. DR. HERBERT C. Dentist and
Oral Surgeon 003-000
MOSSAIAN. DR. E. P., Dentist 513-514
AIUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASS'N;
Mark T. Kady. Supervisor of Agents.. 004-C05
NICHOLAS. HORACE B.. Attorney-at-Law.715
NILES, M. L.. Cashier Alanhattan Life In
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OLSEN. J. F.. State Agent Tontine Sav
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OREGON CAMERA CLUB 214-215-210-217
OREGON INFIRAIARY OF OSTEOPATHY
OREGONIAN BARBER SHOP; Rudolph
Marsch, Prop 129 Sixth Street
OREGONIAN EDUCATIONAL BUREAU;
J. F. Strauhal. Manager 200
PORTLAND EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY.
Ground Floor, 133 Sixth Street
QUIA1BY, L. P. W.. Game and Forestry
REAVIS. DR. J. L.. Dentist GOS-GOU
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ROSENDALE. O. AL. Aletallurglst and Min
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RYAN, J. B., Attorney-at-Law 315
SAMUEL. L., Manager Equitable Life 30
SHERWOOD, J. W.. Deputy Supremo Com
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SMITH. DR. L. B.. Osteopath 409-410
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STUART. DELL, Attorney-at-Law G17-G1S
STOLTE, DR. CIIAS. E., Dentist 704-703
SURGEON OF THE SP. P. RY. AND N. P.
TERAIINAL CO 70S
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THRALL, S. A., President Oregon Camera
"THREE IN ONE" QUICK ACCOUNT
SYSTEM COAIPANY. OF OREGON 518
TONTINE SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. Min
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TUCKER. DR. GEO. F.. Dentist G10-G11
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Engineers. U. S A 803
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C. Langfltt, Corps of Engineers. TJ. S. A. .810
WILEY, DR. JAAIES O. C. Phys. & Sur..708-9
WILSON. DR. EDWARD N. Physician
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