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THE 'MOKNING OKEGONIAK, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 23, 1902.
The steamer sailing for San Francisco last
evening carried about 8000 sacks of potatoes,
about the same amount a -was taken by the
steamer sailing five days earlier. As the San
Francisco market absorbed the last previous
lot, -with a good show of strength, no further
weakness Is expected on the arrival of this
last shipment. In the local market yesterday
$1 50 was still obtainable for fancy upland
Burbanks, and from that figure the price ran
down to $1 10 and $1 25 per cental. New po
tatoes are more plentiful In Ban Francisco, but
It will be 6ome time yet before they will inter
fere to any great extent tn the sale of Oregon
spuds. The market Is weak on onions, for
anything except fancy stock. For the choicest
the price runs up as high as $2 15 per cental,
but the bulk of the sales are at less money.
New onions hare appeared on the California
market, but they still have a portion of the
tops banging to them. By another week they
will be In condition to be sold without the tops,
and will make some Inroads on the demand for
A carload of oats of very good quality was
sold yesterday at $1 15, and there Is consider
able weakness displayed all along the line.
Receipts are quite liberal and the demand is
light. The market for pork and pork products
continues very firm, but veal has become so
plentiful that considerable has been going Into
cold storage to await a reaction In prices. But
ter came In freely ngaln yesterday, and It Is
with great difficulty that a further break Is
prevented. Eggs were steady at unchanged
prices, a variation of a few blocks In the loca
tion of dealers seeming to make a variation
of lc In the price. The bulk of the sales yes
terday were at about 154c, with some sales
being made at 15c and 16c There was noth
ing new in groceries, and aside from sugar
the trade In staples was very heavy. Country
merchants and consumers alike are so well
stocked up on sugar that there Is not very
Portland $441,098 S112.70
Seattle 484.730 71.603
Tacoma 213,454 40.644
Spokane 291.648 70.878
Grain, Flour, Etc.
There has been a sufficient amount of
strength displayed in the Chicago market for
the past few days to infuse hope into the
minds of sellers In this territory, and they are
now holding back waiting for another ujjturn
in this market. Walla Walla was generally
quoted at 65c yesterday, with c to c more
possible where wheat was needed. There Is
nothing doing In freights, but owners are not
indicating anything In the way of concessions
from the last rates paid. The rains In the east
ern part of tlie state and In Western Washing
ton have Improved crop conditions quite mate
rially, and this, with a fairly good crop prac
tically assured in California, may1 convince
owners that most of the tonnage afloat will be
needed here at 30s. Difficulty Is being en
countered In convincing all exporters of this
fact, and unless freights Improve in other parts
of the world, ships may yet be secured for
less than 30s.
Paine, Webber & Co. have discovered another
bull argument for -wheat which has previously
been overlooked. In their circular received
yesterday they say:
"According to the Agricultural Department
this is to be by far the worst locust year in
this country since 1885. Next month, they
say, will witness the sudden onslaught in 20
states simultaneously of the largest brood of
17-year locusts' ever seen in the United States.
This vast Insect army, numbering countless
billions, has been followed In Its ravages from
the year 1715, since when It has never failed
to reappear In the last week of May at regular
Intervals of 17 years. Wherever It appeared in
18S5, tho year of its last outbreak. It Is. ac
cording to the Agricultural Department author
ities, practically' sure to reappear this year.
The states to be involved, it is predicted, are
New York. New Jersey. Pennsylvania, Dela
ware. Maryland, District of Columbia. Ohio.
West Virginia, Virginia. Massachusetts. Ver
mont, Illinois, Georgia, North Carolina and
Wheat Nominal; Walla Walla, G565Ac;
Barley Feed, 20021; brewing, ?2121 50 per
Oats No. 1 white, fl 20; gray, fl lOffl 15.
Flour Best grades. $2 S53 40 per barrel;
graham, 2 502 80.
Mlllstuffs Bnur, -$Br per'ton; middlings, $ 20;
shorts. 20; chops. $16 50. "
Hay Timothy. fl215; clover. $7 5010 per
Potatoes and Onions.
Potatoes Best Burbanks, f 1 25Q1 50 per cen
tal; ordinary, ?1 101 25; Early Rose. $1 50
2 per cental, growers prices; sweets, $2 25
2 50 per cental; new potatoes, -ic per pouna.
Onions ?1 402 15 per cental, growers prices.
Batter, Eggn, Poultry, Etc.
Butter Weak. Creamery, 18W20c; dairy, 15
17c; store, 1215c
Eggs Weak; 1510c
Cheese Full cream, twins. 13G?134c; Young
America, 1415c; factory prices. llc less.
Poultry Chickens, mixed. $45; hens, $4 50
6 per dozen, llllc per pound: Springs,
S45 50 per dozen: ducks, $57 per dozen;
turkeys, live, 1213c; dressed, 1416c per
pound; geese, $6 507 per dozen.
Meats and Provisions.
Veal Very weak; 68c per pound.
Mutton Gross. 44c per pound; dressed. 74c
Lamb Gross, 5c per pound; dressed. 10c
Lard Portland, tierces, 1212c per pound;
tubs. 12c; 50s. 124&12c; 20s, 1213c; 10s,
1213c; 5a, 1313tfc
Hogs Gross, 6c per pound; dressed, 77c
Beef Gross, cows, 44c per pound; steers,
5c; dressed. 5S4c
Lard Eastern, pure leaf, kettle-rendered,
tierces, 1212c per pound; tubs, 1213c; 50s,
ttnzCTiae- trie 12V!f?1XU.f 10s. 12(3ilRJAflt Kb.
IjL 1213c; 3s. 1313iic
9Hc; 10s, 10c
Hams Portland, 13c per pound; picnic, 9c;
Hams Eastern Best, 139c per pound; small,
13Uc; large. 134c
Bacon Portland, 1416V4c per pound; East
ern, best, 16c; choice 18H14c; bellies, 13
Dry-salted mats Portland, clears. 11
12c: backs, ll12c; bellies. 1213c; plates,
10c; butts, 10c Eastern Clears, best, 12&
184c per pound; choice, ll4125ic; backs,
ll?412cr bellies. 12QH3c; plates, ll312c
Vegetables, Frnit, Etc.
Vegetables Tomatoes, $1 752 per crate; tur
nips, 6575c; carrots, 65J75c; beets, S090c per
sack; cauliflower, 7585c per dozen; cabbage,
$11 25 per cental; celery. v75e per dozen; peas,
4c per pound; asparagus, 77c per pound;
beans, 1518c per pound; artlcnofces. 6575c
per dozen; lettuce, head, per dozen, 25c; let
tuce, hothouse, per box. $1 752; green onions,
per dozen. 1520c
Green fruit Lemons. $33 60; oranges. $2 75
Q3 50 per box; bananas, $2 253; pineapples,
$5 per dozen; apples, $12 25.
Dried fruit Apples, evaporated, 78c per
pound; sun-dried, sacks or boxes, 45c; apri
cots, ll12c; peaches, 8llc; pears, &Q8a;
prunes, Italian. 334c; figs, California, blacks,
45c; do. white, 5c; plums, pitted, 4$5c
Hops, Wool and Hides.
Hops 12pl4c per pound.
Sheepskins Sht-srirgs, 15020c; short wool. 2C
ff35c; medium wrol, 3060c; long wool, 60cf 1
Tallow Prima, pe pound, 45c; No. 2 anJ
rrease, 2H&3 t
Wool Nominal; Valley, 1814c; Eastern Ore
gon, 9llc; n.ohalr. 23c per pou'id.
Hides Dry hl'ies. No. 1, 16 pounds and up,
1515c oer pound; dry kip, No. 1, 5 to 15
pounds, 12c: dry calf. No. 1, under 5 piunls,
10c; dry sailed, hull and stags, one-third lest
than dry flint; rslted hides, steers, sound 00
pounds .and over, 8 9c, 60 to 60 pounds, 7Q
6c; under 50 pounce and cows, 7c; stags and
bulls, sound, 55c kip, sound, 15 to 0
pounds, 7c; veal sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c;
calf, sounl, under 10 pounds, 8c; green (un
salted), lc per pound less; culls, lc per pound
less; horse hide-i, salted, each, $1 50G2; dry,
each, $11 50; colts hides, each, 25050c; goat
skins, common, each, 1015c; Angora, with
wool on, each, 25c$L
Pelts Bear skins as to size, Nc 3, each, $5
020; cubs, $25; badger, each, 104oc; wild
cat, 2550c; house cat. 610c; fox, common
gray, each, 30350c; do. red, each, $1 502; dc
cross, each, $515; dc sliver and black, each,
$100200; fisher, each, $5f6; lynx, each. $2
8; mink, strictly No. 1, each, 50c$l 60; mar
ten, dark Northern, $012; marten, pale, pine,
according to size and color, $1 5002; muskrats,
large, each, 610cJ skunk, each, 4050c; civet
or polecat, each, 5310c; otter, for large prime
skins, each, $507; panther, with head aad
claws perfect, each, $203; raccoon, for large
prime, each. 30050c; wolf, mountain, with
head perfect, each, $3 5005; wolf, prairie (coy
ote), with bead perfect, .each, SOcgtl; wolf,
prairie (coyote), without bead, each, 50360c;
wolverine, each. 47: beaver, per skin, large,
$506; do. msdlum, $33-4; do. small, flQl 50;
do. kits, 50375c.
Groferiea, Nats, Etc.
Coffee Mocha, 2328c; Java, fancy, 23332c;
Java, good, 20JJ24e; Java, ordinary, lSQ20c:
Costa. Rica, fancy, 18320c; Costa. Rica, good,
1618c; Costa Rica, ordinary. 10012c per
pound; Columbia roast, SU; Arbuckle's. $11 75
list; Lion, fll 25 list; Cordova, $11 75 list.
Rice Imperial, Japan No. 1, $5; No. 2, $4 50;
Carolina head, 7c
Salmon Columbia River, one-pound tails,
$1 7591 SO per dozen; two-pound tails, (3; fan
cy one-pound flats, l 90; -pound fancy flats,
$1 25; Alaska tails, 85c; two-pound tails, $2.
Sugar Cube, $4 70; crushed, $1 60; powdered,
$4 55; dry granulated, $4 85: extra C, $3 65:
golden C, J3 75 net per sack; beet sugar, $4 30
per sack; half -barrels, c more than barrels;
sacks, 10c per 100 less than barrels; maple,
1516c per pound.
Honey 12H15c per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta $0 12H0 25 per 100
Nuts Peanuts, 64G6c per pound for raw, 8
8HC for roasted; cocoanuts, S500c per dozen;
walnuts. lll2V4c per pound; pine nuts, 10J
12tfc; hickory nuts, 7c; chestnuts, $3 S0Q5 per
drum; Brazil nuts, 7c; filberts, 3531Gc; fancy
pecans, 1414c; almonds, 1215c
COal oil Cases, 20c per gallon; barrels, 16c;
Stock salt oOa. ?2i 65; 100s. 520 16; gwuu
lated. 50s, $28 00; Liverpool. 60s, 530 SO; 100s,
$30 40; 200s, f30.
Chicago Wheat Prices Demoralized
at First, bat Close Steady.
CHICAGO. April 22. Reports of rains in the
wheat belt tended toward an early demoraliza
tion of the wheat pit. Reports kept coming
in, however, telling of the parched condition
of the ground before the showers and stating
that tho rains were Insufficient to save crops.
The Southwest had weakened materially on the
rains, but soon advanced above Chicago prices.
Clearing weather was reported where the rains
were most needed, and an unexpected rise in
prices followed. May opened UG&c lower, at
74U74Jc and sold off to 7374c Then
came Bradstreefs report of 6,600,000 bushels
decrease In the world's visible, and good 'buy
ing resulted. Commission houses that had sold
liberally early for the Southwest bought back
rapidly. The local crowd was bearishly affect
ed because the weather was somewhat cloudy
in Chicago. This, with reports of more rains
Southwest caused a little late selling, and after
May had sold at 75c, it closed steady, &
shade lower, at 74tc .
Corn was largely under the influence of the
wheat market, and was something of a wait
ing affair. May closed firm, c higher, at
Oats followed wheat and com. The close
was firm, c up, at 434c
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest, Lowest. Closing.
July 16 57
September . . .16 75
May 9 62 "9 67
July 9 76 980
September ...9 85 9 90
May 8 97 9 07
July 915 920
September ... 9 25 9 30
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Firm. .
Wheat No. 8 Spring, 7074c; No. 2 red,
Oats No. 2. 4844c; No. 2 white, 4545c;
No. 3 white, 44045c
Rye-Np, 2, 58c
Barley Fair to choice malting, 6568c
Flaxseed No. 1, fl 68; No. 1 Northwestern,
$1 731 75.
Timothy seed Prime, $6 85.
Mess pork $16 45010 50 per bbL
Lard $9 70 per cwt
Short ribs sides Loose, $90 10.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed, $7 62V4Q7 75.
Short clear sides Boxed, $9 55g9 65.
Clover Contract grade, $8 108 15.
Butter Easy; creameries, 2426c; dairies,
Cheeae Firm, 1213c
Eggs Steady, 1615c.
Flour, barrels 30,000
Corn, bushels .
Oats, bushels ..
Rje. bushels ...
Kew York Grain and Produce.
NET.' YORK, April 22. Flour Receipts, 36,
811 barrels; exports, 15,451 barrels. Market
fairly active and firm.
Wheat Receipts, 170.625 bushels. Market
steady. No. 2 red, 87c elevator; 88$ic f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth, 84c f. o. b.
afloat. On reports of good rains in the South
west wheat had a fair break early, attended
by general selling. Bradstreefs world's de
crease promoted a vigorous rally, and the close
was firm, c net decline. May closed at
80c; July, 81c; September, -80c, December,
' -Hops Firm.
Wool Quiet- ,
San Francisco Grain Markets.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. Wheat steady.
Barley steady. Oats dull.
Wheat Shipping. $1 11; milling. $1 12
Barley Feed. 93t396c; brewing. 97$1.
Oats Red. $1 221 42; white. $1 27
1 45; black, $1 161 30.
Call board sales:
Wheat Steady: May, $1 11; December,
$1 08; cash, $1 11.
Barley Steady; May, 89c; December, 78o
Corn Large yellowr $1 871 45.
Changes in Available Supplies.
NEW YORK, April 22. Special cable and
telegraphic communications to Bradstreefs
show the following changes in available sup
plies as compared with last account:
Wheat United States and Canada, east of
the Rockies, decreased 4,950,000 bushels; afloat
for and in Europe, decreased 1.700,000 bushels;
total supply decreased 0,650,000 bushels.
Corn United States and Canada, east of the
Rockies,, decreased 676,000 bushels.
Oats United States and Canada, east of the
Rockies, decreased 18,000 bushels.
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, April 22. Wheat Cargoes on pas
sage unsteady; Walla Walla, 28s 9d. English
country markets firm.
LIVERPOOL, April 22. Wheat quiet. Wheat
and flour quiet. French country markets dull.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Closing Is Active and "Weak aao,
Generally at the Lowest.
NEW YORK. April 22. Today's stock" mar
ket bad the appearance of being tired. A gal
lant rally was made against the depression,
and the sympathetic Influence of rather ag
gressive strength developed In some of the
Eastern railroad stocks had the effect of check
ing tho selling in the Western field, so that
tho losses were at one time pretty generally
recovered. But the action of Reading strongly
indicated a culmination of the upward move
ment in that stock, and tho taking of specula
tive profits and an afternoon rally In the wheat
market reawakened the anxiety felt for tho
Winter wheat crop. The Western railroad
stocks fell away to the lowest of the day, and
the gains which had been established else
where among important railroad stocks melted
away. The market closed active and weak,
and generally at the lowest
A violent break in Sugar to 122tf. after sell
ing up to 127, was a contributing cause to the
late weakness, and was attributed to the grow
ing apprehension that the differential duty on
sugar will be removed, or that the Cuban reci
procity bill Will fall. Tho upward flight of
Nashville, Chattanooga & St Louis was due
to the report, afterward denied, that the stock
would be exchanged for Louisville & Nashville.
The early recovery in the market was stlmu-
May $0 74 $0 75 $0 73 $0 74
July 75U 76 75H 754
September ... 75" 76 74 76H
May 61 62H 61U 624
July 62 63 62 63?5
September ... 01 62 61 62
42 43 42 43U
35 36 35 36
37 38 37 37
31 31 31 31
33 33 33 33
lated by reports of ah6wers In the "Winter
wheat belt, but the grain-carrying roads
showed a nervous tone throughout, and the
real sustaining influence in the market was
the buying of the coalers, both bard and soft,
and the Morgan railroads. The evidence of,
realizing In Reading left the market vulnerable
again to the Influence of a rally in the wheat
market, although that was said to be partly
due to the heavy decrease during the week In
the visible supply of wheat. Speculative opin
ion Is resigned to the hope of only an average
Winter wheat crop under promising conditions,
and Is prepared to expect a crop disaster In
the event of unfavorable conditions. A reas
suring effect was produced by Indifference ex
pressed by the principals In the Northern Se
curities Company to the filing of the suit in
the Supreme Court against the company on the
ground that the consolidated ownership of the
properties Is safe In any event, since only the
method of holding them is aimed at by the
suit uBt any decision which woud defeat the
purchase of the constituent companies by the
exchange of their stock for the stock of ths
company would have far-reaching consequences
on many projects under way and to which
Wall street looks for great results.
London turned seller of stocks in this market
today, after having been a buyer for several
days, and thus helped to strengthen the foreign
Speculative bonds were weak, and the market
generally was Irregular. Total sales, par value
3,345,000. "United States 2s advanced i per
cent on the last call.
Closing: Stock Quotations.
Baltimore & Ohio
Canadian Pacific ......
Chesapeake & Ohio....
Chicago & Alton
Chicago, Ind. & Louis..
Chicago & Eastern 111..
Chicago Great Western.
do A pfd ..
do B pfd
Chlcara & N. W
3,600 26 25
Chicago. R. I. & Pac...
Chicago Term. & Tmn.
C, C, C & St, Louis.
Colorado Southern ....
do let pfd
do 2d pfd ,
Delaware & Hudson...
DeL, Lack. & Western.
Denver & nio uranae..
do 1st pfd...
do 2d pfd
Great Northern pfd....
Lake Erie & Western..
Louisville & Nashville.
Manhattan Elevated ..,
Metropolitan Street Ry.
Mexican National .....
Minn. & St, Louis......
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 2d pfd
St, Louis S. W
Southern Railway .....
Texas & Pacific
Toledo. St- L. & W...,
do pfd ...
Wheeling & Lake Erie
do 2d pfd
Wisconsin Central ....
Amalgamated Cooper .
Amer. Car & Foundry..
American Linseed Oil
Amer. Smelt. & Refln
Anaccnda Mining Co.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Colorado Fuel & iron
Consolidated Gas ....
Cont. Tobacco pfd....
General Electric t
International Paper ...
International Power ..
Laclede Gas ,
People's Gas .........
Pressed Steel Car
do pfd ,..
Pullman Palace Car...
Tennessee Coal & Iron
2.100 130 1128
Union Bag & Paper Co.
United States Leather,
United States Rubber..
do pfd , ...-i
United States Steel..
Kansas City Southern..
Total sales for the day, 1,021,500 shares.
U. S. 2a, ref. reg.l09WAtchison adj. 4s... 94T4
do coupon 100' C & N.W. con. 7s.lS6H
do 3s, reg 1084D. & R. G. 4s 104
do coupon 109'N. Y. Cent. Ists...l04
do new 4s, reg..l38 Northern Pac 3s.. 74U
do coupon 13941 do 4s 1054
do old 4s, Mg...iuvi eoutnern pac 48.. 84
do coupon HlHlUnlon Pacific 4s... 105
do 5s, reg 105 , West Shore 4s 113
do coupon 107 Wla. Central 4s... 92
Stocks at London.
LONDON, April 22. Closing quotations:
6-'Norfolk & West... 604
Atchison ......... S3
ao pia vz
Ontario & West... S5U
do pfd 101
Bait, &. Ohio 110
Can. Pacific 120H
Chea. & Ohio 484
Chi. Great West. . 26
Chi.. M. & SU P.174W
Pennsylvania ..... is
do 1st pfd 44
do 2d nfd 37
Southern Ry 37U
I do pfd 98
Southern Paclflo .. 70
Union Pacific 107
D. & R, G 45
do pfd 95 I
do 1st pfd 72ft
do 2d pfd 57
Illinois Central ..152X
do pfd ... 81
U. S. Steel 434
do pfd 97x
Louis. & Nash.. ..1294
Mo.. Kan. & Tex. 26A
do pfd KW
do pfd 43ft
Spanish 4s 78H
N. Y. Central 165
Money, Exchange, Etc
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. Sterling on
London Sixty days. $4 86; sight, $4 8SH.
Mexican dollars Nominal.
Drafts Sight, 16c; telegraph, 17tf.
NEW YORK, April 22. Money on call Arm,
at 45 per cent; prune mercantile paper, 4Vi
5H Pef cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual business
in bankers bills at f4 874 874 for demand,
and at $4 85H for CO days; posted rates, $4 83
and $4 88: commercial bills, $4 84H4 S5H.
Mexican dollars 41c
Government bonds firm; state bonds inactive;
railroad bonds irregular.
LONDON, April 22. Consols for money,
04 7-16; do for account, 04.
Money, 2A3 per cent; rate of discount for
short bills, 2 per cent; for three-months'
bills. 2 per cent.
Foreign Financial News.
NEW YORK, April 22. The Commercial Ad
vertiser's London financial cablegram Ears:
Stocks today were fairly brisk and cheerful,
consols being harder. American shares moved
cautiously after yesterday's fireworks. They
began nominally above parity, and remained
Steady, with some buying of Southern Pacifies
and Union Pacific but New York flattened
both. New York supported the market in the
street, the coalers, especially Erie, helng
bought generally, and Louisville & Nashville
and Southern Railway resumed fair buying
Silver had a rally. The speculators' spurt
In America was taken full advantage of' to
drive the shorts to cover. Grand Trunk ordi
narily Is s, pure gambling counter.. The stock
Downing, Hopkins &Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
has risen in the' past fortnight from 8 to"
11. There Is r. suspicion of American buying
Daily Treasury Statement. '
WASHINGTON, April 2Z Today's statement
of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balances $175,524,881
Gold : 01,562.048
OFFICIAL CROP REVIEW.
Winter Wheat Continues to Hake
WASHINGTON. April 22. The Weather Bu
reau's weekly Bummary of crop conditions Is
Tho week ending April 21 was warmer than
the average on the Pacific Coast and Rocky
Mountain regions, in the Missouri Valley and
the northern districts to the eastward. It was
too cool in the Middle Atlantic and Southern
States, and decidedly dry over the greater part
of the central valleys and Middle Atlantic
States. Rain Is badly needed throughout the
Rocky Mountain district and central valleys,
and would prove beneficial in the Middle At
lantic States, while excessive moisture hindered
farm work in portions of the Central States.
The latter part of the week was marked by
abnormally high temperatures In Kansas and
Nebraska, intensifying the drouth conditions
in those states. The general weather condi
tions, although not conducive to rapid advance
In vegetation, were very favorable for farming
operations In pearly all parts of- the country.
The progress of corn planting has been rather
slow, except in Missouri and the Southern
States, this work being about finished In the
central and west Gulf districts. The early
planted corn is coming up in Southern Kansas,
where cultivation has begun.
Winter wheat has continued to make slow
growth, and on the whole is in less promising
condition In the principal wheat states of the
central valleys. Ths outlook la California
continues promising, and the crop has expe
rienced improvement on tho North Pacific
Coast. The germination of early-sown Spring
wheat over the southern portion of the 8prlng
wheat region has been slow, and seeding has
been retarded by freezing In North Dakota.
Seeding has progressed favorably on the North
The general outlook for fruit, exeert peaches
in portions of the Ohio and Central Mississippi
Valleys, continues promising.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 22. Wool Prices
have been withdrawn, as the market is bare of
Hay Wheat, $9911 60; wheat and oat, $03
11 60; best barley, $7 6009: alfalfa, $8011;
clover. $708 60 per ton; straw, 40055c per
Mlllstutfs Middlings. $20 80021; bran, $17 50
18 per ton.
Vegetables Green. pes, 01c per pound;
string beans, 10ffl2c; Asparagus. $1 7502; to
matoes, 75c0$l 60; cucumbers, 50c$l 25 per
box; garlic. 2S3c per "pound; egg plant, 17c
Potatoes Early- Rose, $1 501 70; River Bur
banks. $t 4001 65; River Reds, $1 6001 60;
Oregon Burbanks, $1 600-1 85; sweets, $1 9O0
2 25 per cental.
Onions $1 7502 85.
Bananas $1 2503.
Citrus fruit Common California lemons, 75c;
choice, $2 50; Mexican limes, $4 5005; oranges,
navel, $1 2503.
Apples Choice. $1 75; common, 60c per box.
Eggs Banch, 14c
Butter Fancy creamery, 18c; fancy dairy.
17c per pound; do seconds, 15c
Cheese Young America. 8010c; Eastern,
13015c; new, 9c; do old, 9011c
Poultry Turkey gobblers. 13014c; turkey
hens, 15016c per pound; old roosters, $404 50
per dozen; young roosters, $0 5007 50; small
per dozen; young roosters, $6 5007 60; small
broilers, $15003; large broilers, $44 50; fry
ers, $506 per dozen; hens, $400 60; old ducks,
$4 5003; young ducks, $708.
Receipts Flour, 6068 quarter sacks; wheat.
33,447 centals; barley, 105,771 centals; corn.
1030 centals; potatoes, 140S sacks; bran, 800
sacks; middlings, 310 sacks; hay, 212 tons;
wool, 454 bales; do Oregon, 243 bales; bides,
CHICAGO, April 22. Cattle Receipts. 2500,
including 500 Texans. Good to prime steers,
f8 75-S7 35; poor to medium, $4 6u$6 40; stock
era and feeders, $2 5035; cows, SI 40QQ; heif
ers. 52 5035 25; canners. 1 402 40; bulls.
2 505 60; calves, 2 25f?5; Texas fed steers,
Hogs Receipts, 18,000. Market weak at Mon
day's close; mixed and butchers', 8 007 05;
good to choice heavy. $77 15; rough heavy,
$8 80&8 95; light, JO 6036 85; bulk of sales.
Sheep Receipts, 10.000. Sheep and lambs
steady; good to choice wtthers, $5 5026 25;
fair to '.choice mixed, (4 7505 50; Western
sheep, S4 75Q8 25; native lambs, ?4 750 60;
Western lambs, $5 607 15.
KANSAS CITY, April 22, Cattle Receipts,
8000, including 1000 Texans. Market steady;
native steers, $5 5006 85; Texas and Indian
steers, $550 25; Texas cows, $4 603 8; native
cows and heifers. $8 506 65; Blockers and
feeders, $3 406 25; bulls, $3 50S5 75; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 9000. Market 510c lower;
bulk of sales. $6 757 10; heavy. ?7 057 20;
packers. 6 S57 10; medium, $0 00 7 10;
light, $0 50C 95; Yorkers. ?0 856 05; pigs,
$5 856 50. .
Sheep Receipts. 4000. Marker steady; mut
tons, ?5 5035 80; lambs, $6 4036 55; range
wethers, ?5 505 90; ewes, $5$5 50.
OMAHA. April 22. Cattle Receipts, 2700.
Market steady and strong: native steers, $5 50
6 90; cows and heifers, $3 TSg'O; Western
steers, $4 356 16: Texas steers. 4 5O0 60;
canners. 51 7533 25; stockers and feeders. J3
5 25; calves. S3 5087; bulls, stags, etc., $275
07 per cwt.
Hogs Receipts, 8000. Market 510c lower;
heavy, $6 877; mixed, ?8 S0 90; light,
S6 604 90; pigs, S5 5038 40; bulk of sales,
?6 7638 05.
Sheep Receipts, 2600. Market active and
stronger; fed muttons, $530 : wethers, S4 25
4 90; ewes, S4$5 50; common and stockers,
S3 2534 85; lambs, $4 5036 90.
NEW YORK, April 22. At London prices for
tin declined 3 10s, owing to' manipulation.
Spot closed at 126 and futures at 123, with
a steady tone, and sales of 100 tons spot and
450 tons futures. The New York market was
about 30 po'nts lower, doling with spot at
Copper was about steady at New York, and
200 tons standard for July delivery sold at
111 25, closing with spot at $11311 85. Lake
closed at $11 7512 25, electrolytic at $11 60
12, and casting flat at nominally $12. At
London copper was 5s lower; at 52 15s for
both spot and futures.
Lead was steady at $4 12 here, and Is 3d
higher at London, closing there at 11 16s 3d.
Spelter was 2 points lower here, at $4 22H,
and unchanged at London at 18.
Iron ruled steady and unchanged at New
York. Pig Iron, nominal; No. 1 foundry
Northern, $1920; No. 2 foundry Northern,
'$1810; No. 1 foundry Southern, $17 50018;
No. 1 foundry Southern soft. $17 601S. Eng
lish prices were & share higher, with Glaigow
closing at 53s 4d and Mlddlesboro at 48s 8d.
Bar silver 51c
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. Bar silver 51c
LONDON, April 22. Bar silver Steady, 24d
Boston "Wool Market.
BOSTON, April 22. The wool market here
has been the leat interesting of the many
featureless weeks of late. Only a few buyers
have been recorded, and even the sample bag
trade has been smaller than usual. Territory
wools are again very dull. Choice staple on
the scoured basis is quoted as follows: Fine,
50352c; fine medium, 47348c; medium, 45c for
ordinary territory wools; fine, 4S350c; flna me
dium, 43345c and medium, 89340c.
Coffee and Sagar,
NEW YORK. April 22. Coffee Spot Rio,
steady; Noi 7, Invoice, 5 7-1 0c; mild, quiet;
Cordova, 812c Futures closed steady at net
unchanged to 5 points higher; total sales, al,
750 bags, including May at ft 90$4 96; June,
.Chamber uf Commerce
$5 05; July, $5 15; September, $5 55; Novem
ber. $5 50; December, $5 65; January, $5 60.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22. Coffee Costa
Rica, strictly fine to fancy washed, 1415c;
Salvador, strictly prime washed, 1213c:
Nicaragua, strictly prime to fancy washed, 12
915c; Guatemala, and Mexican, prime to fancy
Sugar The Western Sugar Refining Com
pany quotes as follows: Per pound. In 100
pound bags, cubes. A, crushed and fine crushed,
$4 50; powdered, $4 35; dry granulated, $4 25.
CHICAGO, April 22. Provisions were weak
ened eatly by a weak h6g situation. There
soon developed a. strong cash market, and
packers offered fair support. May pork and
lard closed 2c up, and ribs 57c up.
NEW YORK, April 22. Cotton Futures
opened firm, with prices 1 to 4 points higher,
and closed quiet, 1 to 5 points loner.
Foresters in & Row.
DENVER, April 23. H. Boehra. high
chief ranger of the Pacific Coast Jurisdic
tion of the Ancient Order of Foresters,
has enjoined the Denver Lodges of tho
order from receiving A. E. Hayes, high
chief ranger of the Atlantic Coast, who
is expected to arrive In this city tomorrow.
Hayes claims the Roqky Mountain country
under i dispensation from the high court
of the world, while Boehm asserts au
thority by virtue of possession. Because
Its members side with the Atlantic division
Court Eureka has been suspended, and
Hayes will find this lodge alone open to
him. The dispute as to Jurisdiction haa
gone to the high court of the world for
To regulate the stomach, liver and how-
eis. ana promote -digestion, take one 01
carters, inline l
Liver Pills every night.
U. S. MAIL ROUTE.
Northern Commercial Co.
steamers, carrying U. S. malls, for
Nome p St ftlichael Direct
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
S. S. St. Paul June 3
S. 8. Portland July 1
S. S. Portland , Saturday, April 20
S. S. Ohio , June 3
S. S. Indiana ... Juno 7
Connecting at Nome with Steamer Saldle.
carrying United States Mall for Teller and
Candle Creekj and Steamer Dora, for Bluff
City, Golovla and 8t, Michael, and connect
ing at St, Michael with the Company's river
steamers for Dawson, Koyukuk and all Yukon
For freight and passage apply to
.NORTHERN COMMERCIAL CO..
645 Market at San Francisco,
Or EMPIBE TRANSPORTATION CO., Puget
Bound Agent, Seattle. Wash.
Geo. A, Cooper, Agrent, 5 Chamber of
Commerce Bldg., Portland.
The first-class S. S. Portland
will sail for
Leaving Seattle April 28th
(Stopping at Unalaska only long enough to
For freight and passage, apply to
NORTHERN COMMERCIAL CO.,
645 Market Street, San Francisco.
Or Empire Transportation Co., Puget Sound
Agent, Seattle. Wash.
Geo. A. Cooper, Agent, O Chamber of
Commerce Bldg., Portland.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Depot Fifth and
For Maygers. Rainier.
Clifton, Astoria, War
renton, Flavel, Ham
mond. Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Pk., Seaside,
Astoria and Seashort
, Astoria Express,
8:00 A. M.
11:10 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
0:40 P. M.
Ticket office. 255 Morrison at. and Union Depot.
J. C. MAYO, Gen. Pass. Agt., Astoria, Or.
Dally, except Sunday.
Leaves Portland Tues., Thurs., Sat, '
Leaves Dalles Mon.. Wed., Frl., 7 A,
8TR. DALLES CITY.
Leaves Portland Mon.. Wed., Frl., 7 A. M.
Leaves Dalles Tues., Thurs.. Sat, 7 A. M.
CASCADE LOCKS AND RETURN DAILY.
LANDING OAK ST. DOCK PORTLAND.
M. V. HARRISON, Agent.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STR. BAILEY GATZERT.
Round trip daily except Sunday.
Leave Portland - 7 A. M.
Leave Astoria - 7 P. M.
THE DALLF.R-PQRTLAND ROUTE.
STRS. TAHOMA AND METLAKO.
Dally trips except Sunday.
Lv. Portland, Mon.. Wed.. Frl 7 A. M.
Lv. Dalles, Tues., Thur... Sat 7 A. M.
Lv. Portland. Tues.i Thur.. Sat 7 A. M.
Lv. Dalles, Mon.. Wed., Frl 7 A. M.
Landing foot of Alder street Portland, Or.
Both Phones, Main 351.
E. W. CRICHTON, AGENT. Portland, Or.
FOUR SEPARATE AND
Fast Twin-Screw Passenger Steamers sail
ing regularly from Boston, Portland and
Montreal to Liverpool, also Boston to
Mediterranean pons. Send for booklet,
"MsdtterrantiB IflyjtrafBB." For rates, etc,
apply to Thos. Cook & Son, "General
Agents for the Pacific Coast, 621 Market
St, San Francisco, Cal.
Willamette River Route
STEAMER POMONA, for Salem, Independ
ence, Albany and Corvallls. Leaves Portland
Tues., Thurs. and Sat at 6:45 A. M.
STEAMER ALTONA, for Dayton. McMlnn
vllle and way landings, leaves Moo... Wed. and
Frl.. 7 A. M.
STEAMER LEOttA, for Oregon City, leaves
dally at 8:30 and 11:30 A. M.. 3:00 and 6:15
OREGON CITY TRANSPORTATION CO..
Tarlor-etreet Docks. Phone 40.
lil&o H 1
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
UNION DEPOT. I Leave.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND '0:00 A. M.
For the East via Hunt
ington. SPOKANE FLYER,
For Eastern Washing
ton. Walla Walla. Lw
lston, Coeur d'Alene
and Gt. Northern points
0:15 P. M.
7.00 A. M.
For the East via Hunt-
8:50 P. M.
8:10 A. M.
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR SAN FRAN
CISCO. S3. Columbia
April 7. 17. 27.
S3. Geo. W. Elder
April 2. 12. 22.
5.00 P. M.
8:00 P. M.
FOR ASTORIA and
way points, connecting
with str. for Ilwaco and
North Beach, str Haa
aalc Ash-street Dock.
8:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M.
10 P. M.
FOR CORVALLIS and
way points, steamer
Ruth, Ash-street Dock.
FOR DAYTON. Oregon
City and Yamhill Riv
er point, str. Modoc
6:45 A. M.
0 00 P. M.
3:00 P. M.
7:00 A. M.
TICKET OFFICE. Third and Washington.
Telephone. Main 712.
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.
STRATHGYLE SAILS ABOUT APRIL 28.
For rates and full Information call on or ad
dress officials or agents of O. R. & N. Co.
Depot Fifth and
I Strf ets.
8:30 P. M.
for Salem. Rose-
7:45 A. M.
burg, Ashland, Sac
ramento, O g d e n.
San Francisco. Mo-
8:30 A. M.
Jae, Los Angeles,
7:00 P. M.
El Faso, New Or
leans and the East.
At W o o d b u r n
(dally except Sun
day), morning- train
connects with train
for Mt. Angel. Sll-
and Natron, and
Albany Local for
Mt. Angel and Ell
verton. Albany passenger ..
4:00 P. M.
7:50 A. M.
4:50 P. M.
10:10 A. M.
,5:50 P. M.
118:25 A. M.
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates $17.50
first-class and $14 second class. Second class
Includes sleeper; first class docs not
RateB and tickets to Eastern points and Europe-
Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained at Ticket Of
fice. No. 254. cor. Washington and Third.
Passenger Depot foot of Jefferson street
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:20 A.
M., 12.30. 1:55, 3:25. 4:40. 6.25, 8:30 P. M.
Dally except Sunday, 5:30, 0.40 A. M., 5:05.
11:30 P. M. Sunday only, a A. M.
Arrive at Portland dally at 8:30 A. M..
1:35, 3;10. 4:30, 0:15. 7:40. 10 P. M. Dally
except Sunday. 6:35, 10.50 A. M.: except
Monday, 12:40 A. M.: Sunday only. 10:05 A. M.
Leave for Dallas dally except Sunday, 5:05
P. M. Arrive Portland 9:30 A. M. Passenger
train lea es Dallas for Alrlle Mondays, Wednes
days and Frld-jy at 3:50 P. M. Returns Tues
days and Saturdays.
R. B. MILLER, Gen. Frt & Pass. Agt
V. A. SCHILLING. City Ticket Agent
Overland Express 2:00 P. M. 7:00 A. M.
Twin City. St LouU &
Kan. City EpecUl 11:30 P. U. 7:43 P. 31.
Puget Sound Limited, tor
South Bend, Gray's
Harbor, Olymcla, Ta
coma and Seattle 8:33 A.M. 8:20 P.M.
Two trains dally to Spokane. Butte, Hlens.
Minneapolis. BL Paul and the East
A. D. CHARLTON.
Asst General Psss. Art.,
255 Morrison street S'orttaad. Or.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
For South-Eastern Alaska
Leave Seattle at O P. 31.
Steamships COTTAGE CITY.
CITY OF SEATTLE or CITY
OF TOPEKA. April 5, 13, 17,
20. 9, 30; May 5, 11, 15.
For San Francisco
Leave SEATTLE at 0 A. M, every fifth day.
Steamers connect at San Francisco with com
pany's Rteamers for porta In Southern Califor
nia. Mexico and Humboldt Bay.
For further Information, obtain folder. Right
is reserved to change steamers or sailing dates.
AGENTS N. PuSTON, 24u Washington St..
Portlands F. W. CARLETON, N. P. R. R.
Dock. Tacoma: Ticket Office, 113 James St.,
Seattle. M- TALBOT. Comm'l Agt; C. W.
MILLER. Asst. Oen'l Agt., Ocean Dock. Seat
tle: QOODALL. PERKINS & CO.. Qen'l Agt.
Ticket Office 122 Third St. Phone 680
0:15 P. M.
Th Flyer, dally to and
from St. Paul. Minne
apolis. Duluth, Chicago
ind all points East
7:00 A. M;
Through Palace and Tourist S!eepra Dining
and Buffet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP RIOJUN MARU
For Japan. China and all Aslatls points will
ffl SUNSET -TU
About April 24th,
Not a dark office in the building,
absolutely fireproof electric lights
and artesian water; perfect sanita
tion and thorongh -ventilation. Ele
vators rnn day and night.
AINSLIE, DR. GEORGE. Physician... .413-414
ANDERSON. GUSTAV. Attorney-at-Law...61i
ASSOCIATED PRESSj E. L. Powell. Mgr..80a
AUSTEN, F. C. Manager for Oregon and
Washington Bankers' Life Association of
Des Moines. la 502-503
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION. OF DES
MOINES. IA.; F. a Austen. Mgr 502-503
BEALS. EDWARD A., Forecast Official U.
S Weather Bureau 010
BENJAMIN. R. W., Dentist 314
BERNARD, G.. Cashier Pacific Mercantile
BINSWANGER, OTTO S., Phjalclan and
BOHN, W. G.. Timber Lands 513
BROCK, WILBUR F.. Circulator Oregc-
BROWN. MYRA. M. D 313-314
BRUERE, DR. G. E.. Physician... 412-413-414
CAMPBELL. WM. M.. Medical Referee
Equitable Life 700
CANNING. M. J 502-603
CARDWELL. DR. J. R.. Dentist 500
CAUKIN, G. E., District Agent Travelers
Insurance Company ....713
CHURCHILL, MRS. E. J 716-717
COFFEY, DR. R. C. Surgeon 405-40d
COLUMBIA TELEPHONE COMPANY
CORNELIUS, C. W., Phys. and Surgeon... 206
COLLIER, P. F.. Publisher; S. P. McGulre,
CROW, C. P., Timber and Mines 513
DAY, J. G. & I. N 313
DICKSON. DR. J. F., Physician 713-714
EDITORIAL ROOMS Eighth Floor
EVENING TELEGRAM 325 Alder Street
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCI
ETY; L. Samuel, Manager; G. S. Smith.
Cash ler 308
FENTON, J. D., Physician and Surgron..509-10
FENTON, DR. HICKS C. Eye and Ear... 311
FENTON, MATTHEW F.. Dentl3t 500
GALVANI. W. H., Engineer and Draughts
GEARY. DR. E. P. Phys. and Surgeon 400
GIESY, A. J., Physician and Surgeon.. 709-710
GILBERT. DR. J. ALLEN, Physician.. 401-402
GOLDMAN, WILLIAM. Manager Manhat
tan Life Ins. Co.. of New York 200-210
GRANT. FRANK S.. Attorney-at-Law....617
GRISWOLD & PHEGLEY, Tailors
., 131 Sixth Streat
HAMMAM BATHS. Turkish and Russian..
HAMMOND. A. B 310
HOLLISTER, DR. O. C. Physician and
IDLEMAN, C. M.. Attorney-at-Law.. 416-17-18
JOHNSON. W. C 315-316-317
KADY. MARK T.. Supervisor of Agents.
Mutual Reserve Fund Ass'n.. ..004-005
LITTLEFIELD. H. R.. Phys. and Sur 200
MACKAY. DR. A. E., Phys. and Sur... 711-712
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF
NEW YORK; W. Goldman. Mgr 209-210
MARSH. DR. R. J, Phys. and Surgton.404-406
MARTIN, J. L. & CO., Timber Lands C01
McCOY. NEWTON, Attorney-at-Law 715
McELROY, DR. J. G-. Phys. & Sur.701-702-703
McFADEN, MISS IDA E., Stenographer.. .213
McGlNN. HENRY E.. Attorney-ut-Law.311-12
McGUIRE. S. P.. Manager P. F. Collier,.
Publisher -v..., 413
McKENZlE. DR. P. L.. Phys. and Sur..512-1.1
METT, HENhT .218
MILLER. DR. HERBERT C, Dentist and
Oral Surgeon 003-000
MOSSMAN, DR. E. P.. Dentist 513-514
MUTUAL RESERVE FUND LIFE ASS'N;
Mark T. Kady, Supervisor of Agents.. UO4-G03
NICHOLAS, HORACE B.. Attorne-at-Law.7I3
NILES. M. L.. Cashier Manhattan Life In
surance Company of New York 200
OLSEN, J. F., General Manager Pacific
Mercantile Co 211-212
OREGON CAMERA CLU1J 2H-213-21C-217
OREGON INFIRMARY OF OSTEOPATHY
OREGONIAN BARBER SHOP, Marsch &
George. Proprietors 120 6th
OREGONIAN EDUCATIONAL BUREAU;
J. F. Strauhal. Manager..... 200
PACIFIC MERCANTILE CO.r J. F. Olsen.
General Manager , 211-212
PORTLAND EXE AND EAR INFIRMARY
Ground Floor, 13Z Sixth Street
QUIMBY. L. P. W.. Game and Forestry
REAVI5. Dlt J. L.. Dentist Ooa-tJOa
REED. WALTER. Optician... l.ti Sixth Stret
RICKENBACH. DR. J. F.. Eya. Ear, N04
and Throat 701-702
RQSENDALE. O. M., Metallurgist and Min
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RYAN, J. B, Attornej-at-Law.... 615
SAMUEL. L, Manager Equitable Life 301
SHERWOOD, J. W.. Deputy Supreme Com-
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SMITH. DR. L. B., Osteopath 403-410
SMITH, GEORGE S.. Cashier Equitable
STUART. DELL. Attornry-at-Law 617-018
STOLTE. DR. CHAS. E. Dentist 7w4-7u5
STOW, F. H.. General Manager Columbia
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SURGEON OF THE S. P. RY. AND N. P.
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