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tSE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY DECEMBER 2, 1902.
PRUNE MARKET FIRM
Jobbers Uneasy Over Upward
Course of Prices.
LIGHT STOCKS IN THE EAST
Xcw Yorlc Hop SInrlcct Firm lint
Quiet DrcTVem Show No De
position to Buy at the
NEW TORK. Dec. 1. (Special.) California
wires today noting a stronger feeling on large
prunes with packers quoting 3 cents, four-sire
basis, on 50-C0s. which has stimulated the
market here. Spot offerings o this size went
out relfllly at Cc In 25-pound boxts and at
the close most, holders refused bldrf under
cygc For 40-50s the demand is active at ic.
Some fair-sized parcels of 40-60:
were moved for Hamburg account at Cc la
C0-poundboxes. Negotiations covering a round
lot for French account are in progress with a
bid a shade under spot basis. . The four sizes
60-00 hold steady, but supplies arc more am
ple. Oregon 30-40s unfaced in 25-,pound boxes
offer at 7c. Forty fifties are scarce Aid 6
bid on a car lot to arrive was rejected to
day. There are no 50-G0s here, but bids of
G?ic. to arrive are refused. Jobbers i show
some uneasiness owing to the upward course
of tho Coast markets and It Is believed stocks
carried here are light, especially Of large
Fresno wires that outside raisin .packers
advanced to the association basis cn loose.
More liberal receipts of Lima beans have
induced easiness, among holders and car lot
sales are reported at $3 02J4 per bushel.
Coast wires some shading possible below
54 25 f. o. b. k
A few lots of red Alaska salmon changed
hands today at $1 10 for standard brands.
Liverpool cabled an inquiry at a price un
derstood to be under f 1 C5 net hrre. There
was no sale. Medium red is a little firmer.
State hops closed unchanged and firm. There
continues an inquiry from the leading English
exporter who Is a buyer of choice grades at
37c. The local market is firm but quiet.
Brewers generally show no disposition to buy
at the moment. Jobbing sales In choice Pa
cifies are heard of up to 32c, with 29s paid
on mediums. State choice Is quoted up to
3Sc Foreign cables report quiet markets.
Elffin Bntter Jlarlcet.
ELGIN. 111.. Dec 1. The price of butter
ad-anced another cent today, the market
being declared firm at 28c There were no
tales, although 30 cents was offered for any
first-class product placed. Tho sales of the
week aggregated 502,000 pounds.
Xevr Yorlc Cotton Market.
NEW YORK! Dec 1. The cotton market
opened quiet with prices unchanged to. a de
cline of 2 points, and closed 0 to 11 points net
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
There is but little competition among wheat
buyers in the Northwest, and with other mar
kets heavy the feeling here Is easier. Ship
pers quote not above 71c for club and 7Se for
blucstem for export.
FLOUR Valley. $3 4503 55 per barrel; hard
wheat straights. $3 303 55; hard wheat pat
ents. $3 G0:i 90; graham. ?3 20?3 CO.
WHEAT Walla Walla, 71c;- bluestem, 78c;
Valley, 75c '
BARLEY Feed. $23 50 per ton; brewing, $24;
rolled. $24 50.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $1S$?19 per ton: mid
dlings. $2324; shorts. S1020; chop. $18.
OATS No. 1 white, $1 151 17; gray, $1 12V4
CT 1 15 per cental.
HAT Timothy, $10911; clover, $9; wheat,
$S9 per ton.
Butter,'Etrir, Poultry, Etc.
Receipts of poultry were light. Game was
plentiful and sold slowly. Eggs were quoted
firm at tho old prices and butter fairly steady.
POULTRY Chickens, mixed. $334 25; per
pound. 10c; hens, $44 50 per dozen; per pound,
10c; Srrlngc. $33 50 per dozen; fryers, $2 50
53; broilers, $22 50; ducks. $50 per dozen;
turkeys, live, 13c; dressed 16c; geese, $66 50
CHEESE Full cream, twins, 15H10&c;
Young America, lC"617c; factory prices 1
lc less. I
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 30C?324c per
pound: dairy. 2022c: store. 15lSc.
EGGS 25ff30c per dozen.
VcKetnnle. Frnit. Etc.
There wa"s not much activity In these lines
and receipts were not heavy. There is a big
supply of apples on the street and they are
not moving fast. A carload of bananas came
in In the afternoon.
VEGETABLES Turnips. 75S0c per sack;
carrots, 75S0c; beets, $1 per sack; parsnips,
$1 per sack; cauliflower, Los Angeles, S5c per
dozen; cabbage, lUc per pound; celery, Los
Angeles 50(g60c: Denver. $1 per dozen; let
tuce, head, per dozen, 25c; hothouse, $1 73Uj2
per box; sTeen onions, per- dozen. 12Hc; cu
cumbers. 75c$l per box; jrreen peppers, 45c
per pound; dry Chile peppers, 20e per pound;
Brussels sprouts, 0c per pound; squash. ?1
1 50 per hundredweight.
GREEN FRUIT Apples, tables. 85cT$l 25
per box; cooking, 5075c; pears, 75c$l 25 per
box: cranes. Nlacara. 50c per crate; Concord,
2030o per basket. 15c per half basket: Cali
fornia Tokay, $1 40 per crate; Muscat. ?1 25
per crate; Cornlchon. $1 25; quinces, Oregon,
85cff$l per box: cranberries, Tillamook, $7 pet
barrel: Jersey, $11; Wisconsin. Bell & Cherry,
$1111 50: persimmons, $1 25 per box.
TROPICAL FRUIT Lemons. $3 504 per
fcoxbox; oranges, new crop navols, $3 50Q'4 75;
grape fruit, $3 50 jer box; bananas, $2 250
2 75 per bunch: pineapples, $5 50 per dozen;
pomegranates, $1 50 per box.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated, 7c per
pound; sun-dried, sacks or boxes. 5Gc: apri
cots, 7$$?8c: peaches, 7V4CT0c; pears. 7&S4c;
prunes, Italian, 4Cc; figs, California blacks,
5c; do white. -590: Smyrna, 20c, plum,
RAISINS Loose Muscatel, 4-crown. 79ic; 3-
crown. 74 a '2-crown, G&c; unbleached seedless
Muscatel ralsinc, 7c; unblsached seedless Sul
tans, 6c: London layers. 3-crown. whole boxes
of 20 pounds. $1 75; 2-crown. $1 Co.
POTATOES Best Burbanks. GCSSOs per sack;
ordinary, 5055c per cental, growers' prices;
Merced sweets, $2 per cental.
ONIONS Oregon and Washington. 75c$l per
cental: shippers' price in carload lots. 50c per
Groceries. Xnts. Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 2328c; Java, fancy, 26
S2e; Jai-a. good, 20f?24c; Java, ordinary, 18
20-: Costa Rica, fancy. 1820e; Costa Rica,
good, 16;lS: Costa Rica, ordinary. 10312c pr
pound;' Columbia roast. S10 50; Arbuckle's,
$11 25 list:- Lion. $10 73.
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1. 5Hc; No. 2.
4-: Carolina head. 7074c
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound talis,
$1 S3 per dozen: 2-pound tails. $2 73; fancy
1-round flats. $1 90; -Pound flats, $1 25;
Alaska pink, J. -pound talis, 90c; red. 1-pound
tails. $1 30: sockeye. 1-pound talis, $1 45; 1
pour.d flats. $1 CO.
SUGAR Sack bals. net cash, per 100
pounds: Cube. $4 70; powdered, 14 55; dry gran
ulated. $4 45: extra C. $3 95; golden C. $3 85.
Advances over sack basis as follows: Barrels,
10c, half-barrels. 25c: boxes. 50c per 100
pounds. Maple. lStJlGc per pound. Beet sugar,
granulated, $4 35 per 100 pounds.
HONEY 13c per No. 1 frame. '
BEANS Small white. 4&c: large white. 4c;
pinks. 3?ic: Bayou, 3&c; Lima, 5c per pound.
NUTS Peanuts, Gc per tound for raw, 8
8c for roasted; cocoanuts, B590c per dozen;
walnuts, 13014c per pound: pine nuts, 10
12ic; "hickory nuts, 7c; Brazil nuts, 16c; fil
berts, 15lGc; fancy pecans, 17c: almonds, 14
15c; chestnuts. 10c
GRAIN BAGS Calcutta, $C236 50 per 100
SALT Liverpool. 50s, $20 80 per ton: 100s.
$20 40; 200s, $10 50; half ground, per ton, 50s,
$1G; 100s. $15 50; Worcester salt, bulk, 320s,
$5 per barrel; linen sacks, 60s, 68c per sack.
OILS Coal o!( cases, 22o per gallon; fetcr-
rels, 17c: tanks, 15c: boiled linseed, cases. 62c;
barrels. 57c; raw linseed, cases. GOc; barrels.
GOc; turocntlns. cases. 72c: wood barrels, 88c;
iron barrels. 66c ;V lots of. 10 cafes cr more. .71e:
gasoline, cases, 20c: "barrels. lt5c. Collier and
AtlanUc white and red lead. In lot3 of 500
pounds or more, 8c; less than 500 pounds; GUc
Hop. Wool, Hidcm, Etc.
HOPS Choice. 254c26Vic per pound; prime
to choice. 24&25c; prime, 24c; medium, 229
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 10 pounds and up,
1531514c oer pound: dry klo, No. 1. 5 to 15
pound. 12c: dry calf. No. 1. under 5 pounds,
10c: dry -malted bulls and stars, one-third less
than dry flint: salted hides, atedrs. found. AO
pounds and over. 80c; 50 to 00 pounds.'705c:
under 50 pounds and cows, 7c; stags and bulls,
sound, 55Hc; kfp. sound. 15 to 20 pounds. 7c;
real, sound. 10 to 14 pounds. 7c: calf, sound,
under 10 pounds. 8c: green (unsalted). lc per
pound less: culls, lc per pound less: horse
hides, salted, each. $1 5002: dry. each, $1
1 50; colts' hides, each, 25850c; goat kins,
common, each, 1015c; Angora, with wool on,
WOOL Valley. 12V4(J15c; Eastern Oregon. 80
HHe; mohair. 26S2SJ.
PELTS Dear skins, as to size, ?o- t. each,
$536 20; cubs, 5205; badger, each, 1040c;
wildcat, 26?50c: house cat '5(510c; fox. com
mon gray. each. 30Qr50c; do red, each $1 50?2;
do cross, each. $536; do silver and black, each,
$100S200; fisher, each. $5Q0; lynx. each. $23;
mink, strictly No. 1. each. 50c$l 50; marten,
dark Northern. S6S12; marten, pale pine, ac
cording to sle and color, 1 502; muskrats,
large, each, 510c; skunk, each, 4050c; civet
or polecat, each. 510c: otter, for large prime
skins, each, 3050c; wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each. $3 50C?5; wolf, pralrio (coyote).
without head. fach. 3033e: wolverine, each.
j $4grj: beaver, per skin, large. 50; do mo
dlum. $34; do small. $11 50; do kits, 50073c
SHEEPSKINS Shearing. 1520c; short
wool, 2535c; medium wool, 3000c; long wool,
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 45c; No. 2 and
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Gross, cows, $33 CO; steers, ?4f4 25;
dressed. 7Ue per pound.
VEAL 7u8?4c per pound.
MUTTON VJross. $3; dressed. Cc
LAMBS Gross, $3 50; dressed, 6V4k.
HOGS Gross. $626 213; dressed. 77"c
LARD roi Hand, tierces. 134c per pound;
tubs. J3&c: 50c. 13Hc; 20s. 13c; 10s. 13e; 5s.
14c Compound, tierces, 9c per pound; tub3.
9J4c; fine. 10s, 156c: seconds, 5s. 14"fic: IOj.
BACON Portland. lO&giOc per pound; East
ern, fancy. 17V4c; standard, heavy. 15c; bacon
HAMS Portland, 14c per pound; picnic,
lOJic pSr pound; Eastern fancy. I416c.
DRY-SALTED MEATS Portland Cigars.. 130
14c; backs. 12tf?13Vc; bellies, 15316c; plates.
10c; butts. 010c
SAUSAGE Portland, ham. 12c per pound;
minced ham. 10c; Summer, choice dry. 17Hc;
Bologna, long. 8c: welnerwursts. 0c: liver. 7c;
pork, 9c; blood. 7c; head cheese, 7c; bologna
sausage link. 7 He
JPICKLED GOOD-Portland. pigs' feat. -barrels.
$4 50: U-baYrels. $2 50: 15-pound kit.
$1. Tripe, -barrels. $5 50; V.-barrls. $2 75:
15-pound kit. $1: pigs' tongues, -barrels. $0;
U-barels, $3: 45-pciznd kits, $1 25.
Prices Current at Chicnso, Oxauhn
and Ivnnsnn City.
CHICAGO. Dec. 1. Cattle Receipts. 38.000.
including 200 Westerns; 1525c lower: good
to prime steers. $5 757: poor to medium
$35 75; stockers and feeders, $24 GO; cows.
$1 404 50; heifers. $24 75: canners, $1 40
2 40; bulls, $24 50; calves, $3 5O0G 75;
Texas fed steers, $3ff-t 23; Western steers,
.$3 504 75.
Hogs Receipts toMay, 45.000; tomorrow, 35.
000: left over, 4000. Steady, close strong.
Mixed and butchers. $5 S5$?8 30; good to
choice heavy. $0 SOJTfl 50; rougrh-heavy, $5 70
(fd 15; light, 5 0536 15; bulk of sales, $0Q
Sheep Receipts. 50,000. Sheep. 10015c lpw
er: lambs. 1525c lower. Good to choice
wethers, $3 G0S?4; fair to choice mixed, $2 50
03 00; Western sheep, $2 703 80; native
lambs, $3 5C?5 70; Western lambs, $3 755.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Dee. 1. Cattle-
Receipts 5000. Market steady.' Native steers.
$3' 75J70 25; cows and heifers. $34; Western
steers. J3 K0S5; Texas, steers, . $3 25ff4 50;
cows and heifers, $2 50S?3 73; canners, . $1 50
2 50; Blockers and feeders, $2 50S4 40;
calves, $3 50g-5 75; .bhlls, stags, etc, $1 75
Hogs Receipts, 7000. Market lower. Heavy.
$0G 124: mixed. $0 0506 10: light. $6 12
6 15; pigs. ?53G; bulk of sales. $0 05G 12H.
Sheep Receipts. 19.000. Market Bteady. Fed
muttons.v yearlings, S3 6d-: wethers," $2 10
3; owes; $2 5003 25; common and stockers,
$1 50ff3 23; lambs, ?4(gC.
KANSAS CITY, Dec 1. Cattle Receipts,
10,000. Including 1500 Texans; market, steady"
to loST. Native steers, $3 23fI0 25; Texas
and Indian steers. $2 7504: Texas cows, $2 10
3 25: native cows and heifers, $1 354 25:
stockers and feeders, $2 75j4 20: bulls. $1 50
3; calves, $2 355 00; Western steers, $3
5 55; Western cows. $1 803.
' Hogs Receipts. 5000; bulk of rales, $68.10.
Heavy. $G6 20; packers, $5 95(70 10; medium.
$6$t; 15; light. $5 908 05; yorkers, $Gft8 05;
pigs. $5 250 SO.
Sheep Receipts, 5000: market, steady. Mut
tons, $3?1 05; lambs. S3 505J5 20; range weth
ers. $3ff3 CO; ewes, $33 85.
SAX FRANCISCO MARKETS.
Prices Current for Produce at the
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 1. Apples are eas
ier. Potatoes and onlonn are unchanged.
Vegetables Cucumbers, 75c$?$l per box; gar-
-lls, 2sT2c per pound; green peas CJIGc per
pound; string beans. GS32c per pound; toma
toes, 50cl 25; onions, 3565c; egg plant, 75c
Apples Choice, $1 75; common, 30c-
Bananas $12 50.
Limes "Mexican. ?44 50.
California lemons Choice, $3; common. $1.
Oranges Navels. ?2 253 50.
Pineapples $1 505J3 50. ,
Potatoes Early Rose. 6575c; River Bur
banks, 25035c; river reds. 40'50c; Salinas
Burbanks, 90ct$l 17; sweets, $1 25; Oregon
Burbanks, G5c$l 05.
Poultry Turkey gobblers; 14lGc; do. hens.
14,lGc; old roosters. $4 508: do. young. $5
6 50; small broilers. $3&4: do. largo, $44 50;
fryers, $4 505; hens. $4 60g5 50; old ducks,
$304; do. young. $4 50gG 60.
Butter Fancy creamery, 34c: do seconds, 80c;
fancy dairy, 30c: do seconds, 27c.
Eggs Fancy ranch, 40c; Eastern. 2429c
Cheese Young America, 15gl6c; Eastern,
Wool Fall Humboldt and McnCcdno, 13
14c; mountains, S(;?10e.
Hay Wheat, ?12?15: wheat and oats. $11 50
014; barley. $8 5010 50; alfalfa. $811 50;
clover. $7 509 50; straw, 4OS60c per bale.
Mlllstuffs Bran, $10 5020 50; middlings,
Receipts Flour, 25,244 quarter sacks; do
Oregon, 2456 quarter sacks; wheat, 7810 cen
tals; barley, 10.000 centals; oats. 2480 centals;
beans, 1120 sacks; corn. 010 centals; do East
ern Oregon, 459 centals; potatoes, 11,909 sacks;
bran, 1535 sacks; middlings. 210 sacks; hay,
397 tons; wool. 39 barrels; hides, 564.
Metal . Markets.
NEW YORK, Dec 1. Copper was un
changed In the London market today, spot
there closing at 49 15s and futures at 50.
Locally the metal was dull and without change.
Standard. $10 50; lake. $11 2311 50; electro
lytic and casting $11 12&11 25. Exports of
copper for the month of November were 10,520
tons, making 153,200 tons for the 11 months
of the current year, as compared with 83,783
tons for the same period of last year, and'
141,217 tons In, 1900.
Tin had a sharp advance In London, spot
there closing at 113 5s and futures at 111
17s Gd. or at a gain of 1 5s. Reflecting the
strength abroad. New York was also higher,
spot closing at $25 1525.25.
Lead was culet and unchanzed here at 4c
and In London at 10 123 Gd.
Spelter was lower here, being quoted at
$5 12., but was unchanged at London at
10 17s 6d.
Iron in England was lower and. dull, Glas
gow closing at 53s lid and Mlddlesboro at
51s. The local market was quiet and un
changed. No. 1 foundry Northern, $24025:
No. 2 foundry Northern, $22923; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft,
Coffee nnd Sugar.
NEW YORK. Dec 1. Coffee Futures
closed quiet: net. 510 points lower. Total
sales were 29,5.00 bags, , Including December,
$4 454 50: January, $4 55; February, $4 65;
March, $4 7504 SO; May. $505 05; August,
$5 25; November. $5 35. Spot Rio, quiot; No.
7 invoice, 5 S-16c; mild quiet; Cordova, 7
Sugar Raw4 firm; fair refining, 34o: cen
trifugal 08-test, 8c; -molasses sugar, 3&c.
MERGER OF TRACTIONS
SPECULATIVE CAMPAIGN OX IX
TtETV YORK STOCIC 3IAItKET.
Strengrth Felt in Cohl Group on Ru
mors of Plan for Combining
All ttie Roads.
"NEW YORK, Dec 1. Today's stock mar
ket made a rather notable show of strength
and prices were up 1 per cent or more. This
was due In part to the sympathetic effects of
movements In special stocks un which a spec
ulative campaign was going on, but general
conditions also played a part. Of these
special movements the most .notable was In
the traction group. The accompanying gos
tlp quite generally pointed to a plan with
a comprehensive merger of all the traction fa
cilities within the Greater New York corporate
limits and. a supposed share In the control
"by New York Central and Pennsylvania. Man
hattan conspicuously abstained from a share
In the movement and was at times below Sat
urday's level. The dealings In this stock were
rather light. This gave some color to a
supposition that the movement air.onsr the
other tractions were designed to adjust their
valuations to th higher level already at
tained by Manhattan.
'Another conspicuous center of strength was
fo!t In the coal group, especially the North
and South roads traversing tho region, on
the Ohio River and the lakes. Rumors were
current of a plan for combining all tha rail
roads In the group by making a holding com
pany of one of the smaller companies. Hock
ing Valley and Kanawha "and Michigan were
most conspicuously affected. .
Among the more general considerations which
affected the market was a hope that the De
cember disbursements of Interest and divi
dends, which are estimated at about $75,009,000,
would afford relief to the local money mar
ket. The payment In London today of $20.
000.000 to $25,000,000 on account of the ship
ping 'combine alio aroused hopes of easier
-conditions in the money market. Actual quo
tations for call money were firm, under the
continuing influences of preparations for the
December disbursements, and time monry
rates were unchanged. The opinion of bank
ers, In spite of today's stock market view.
Is for a continuance of close money condi
tions over tho end of the year. There was
come speculation on the assumption that sell
ing of stocks on the ground of supposed anti
trust views to be expressed . In the Presi
dent's message would prove unwarranted.
Some very heavy blocks of St. Paul wero
placed, the source of which gave rise to
much gossip In connection with th'p author
ized new stock icsue. The mystery of the
celling was unrevealed. The seasonable cold
weather has a good effect on the general mar
ket and more especially on the coalers. There
were occislonnl setbacks throughout the day,
but the closing was firm and at about the top
for man stocks.
Bonds were Irregular. Total pales, $2,010,000.
United States 3s coupons advanced 4 per
cent on the last call.
Closlnp Stock Quotations.
Baltimore & Ohio...
do pfd t..
Canadian Pacific ...
Canada Southern ...
Chesapeake & Ohio.,
Chicago & Alton....
do nfd r.
00. COO I 83
Chicago & Eastern Ill
Chicago Great Western.
uo A pfd
do B pfd '
Chicago & N. W
Chicago Term. & Tran
C. a. C. & 8U Louis
Colorado Southern ....
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd..: :.
Delaware, &. Hudson....
Del.. Lack. & Western.
Denver & Rio Grande
do pfd :
do 1st pfd ,
do 2d nfd
Great Northern pfd
. do pfd
Iowa Central v,
do pfd .,
Lake Erie & Western..
do pfd ' ;.,
Louisville & Nashville,
Manhattan Elevated ..,
Metropolitan Street Ry,
Mexican National . ...
Minn. & St. Louis
Missouri Pacific ,
M.. K. & T
New Jersey Central....
new irork 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
do pfd ,
St. Paul ,
Southern Railway ....
do pfd ,
Tcxae & Pacific
Toledo. St. L. & W....
do pfd ,
Union Pacific .........
do pfd ,
Wheeling & Lake Erie,
do 2d pfd
Wisconsin Central ....
United States ,
Amalgamated CoDDer .
Amer. Car & Foundry..
American Lln&oed Oil
Amer. Smelt & Refln..
Anaconda Mining Co...
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Colorado Fuel & Iron..
Cont. Tobacco pfd......
International Paper ....
National Biscuit .
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car....
Tennessee Coal & Iron.
Union Bag & Paper Co
do pfd '.
United States Leather.
United States Rubber.
do pfd u.,
United States Steel....
American Locomotive .
Kansas City Southern.
do pfd ,
Total sales for the day. 048(600 shares.
V. S. 2s. ref. reg.107? Atchison adj. 4s... 91
ao coupon ...... iu5v l:. c v.w. con. Ts.isi
do Bb. reg.
do coupon 10SN. Y. Cent lsts...l02
do nep 4s, reg. .135 Northern Pac 3s.. 72
do coupon ......135j do 4s 103
do old 4s reg.. .108 Southern PacVls..l04
ao coupon ...,..inj;we!ilsnore 4s 113'
do os, reg 103 Wis. .Central 4s.,
do coupon 103)
Stock at London.
LONDON, Dec 1. Closing quotations:
Anaconda 4lNorfolk & West...
Atchison &4l do pfd
do pfd 101 lOntario & Western 30
Bait & Ohio 102 Pennsylvania ts
Can. Pacific 131'Rands 1C
Ches. & Ohio 47Rending 31
Chi. Gr. Western. 26 do 1st pfd....... 44
Chi.. M, & St. P.1S0 do. 2d pfd 3S
Denver & Rio Gr. 40'Southem Ry 33
do pfdv 91l do pfd 04
De Beers 22!Southern Pacific .. 64
Erie 34!Unlon Pacific .....102
do 1st pfd 00) do pfd ...i...... 93
do 2d nfd 47 O. S. Steel 37W
Illinois Central ..143 1 do pfd 85
Loins. & Nah....l32 .Wabash 30
M.t K. & T. ...... 20! do pfd 44
N-Tr. central.. .iwj j
Money, Eixchanj?e, Etc. '
NEW' TORK, Dec 1. Money on call at 4
05 per cent, closing; 405 per cent Time
money, steady; GO days, 0 per cent; 93 days.-
G per cent; six months, 36 per cent Prime
mercantile paper, ot0G per cent j.
Sterling: exchange, firm, with actual busi
ness m bankers bills at $4 874 87.G3 for
demand and at $4 S3.304?4 -83.625 for GO days.
Posted rates, $4 844. 88. Commercial bills,
$4 33 84
Bar sliver. 4S&C
Mexican dollars, S7c.
Government bonds firm; railroad bonds Ir
rejrular. LONDON, Dec 30. Bar silver, uncertain,,
22d. per Ounce.
Money, 303 per cent
The rate, of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 315-10 per cent The rate
of ' discount In the open market . for thrfe.
months' bills is 3 13-160 per cent 1"
Consols for money, 92; for account, 92...
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 30. Silver bars,
-Mexican dollars nominal.
Drafts Sights, par; telegraph, 2e.
Sterling on London CO clays, $1 84; sterling
on London on sight, $4 87U.
Daily Treasury Stnteinent.
WASHINGTON, Dec 1. Today's Treasury
statement shows: ' , I
Available cash balances ...
$ S4 374
Dairy Produce at Chicago.
CHICAGO. Dec. 1. On .tho Produce Ex
change today the butter market vras flrr.i.
Creameries. 18$728c . Cheese, flrmT ll5!2c.
Eggs, steady, 24c
.AT THE HOTELS.
Dave Eeei Nt Y
Leopold Powcn n v
MaJ Geo H Penro?e.
Frank G Taylor. S F
Leo E Skolnv, N Y
N L Brlnker. S F
M J Quintan, S F
G W Bates and daugh
ter. S F
illss McCargon. Oak
land L Cochran, Boston
Jos Dmckker, N Y
F H Lewis. N Y
Chas Hahlc. N Y
S M Hausqr, ilnpl
U J Spencfr. Denver
Syd Welnshenk, S F
C G Brown, S F
E Wolf, S F
G 8chleslnger, S F
J Alexander. S F
J A Devlin and wf.
M 'L Kcoua. S F.
Sam W Hasbrook,
Avery BevIn. Conn
Marshall Bevln. do
S B Black, S F
J B Mo! era. do
M J Maioney. St Jo
G D Eggabroad and wf
A J Slman and wf.
A E like, e'entraiin
Chas Tooby. Seattle
Wm Grojs, Mlnnzapols
F T George. Arlington
L W Robblns, Walla
A Goldstfia. S F
P Johnson. N Y
G" M Bepklt. Tacoma
Thos M Dudgeon,
Wm E Barrett, Grand
Ernest E Reed, N Y
Simon Judd, N Y
E R Hastings. Boston
W W Uatchell, Myrtle
John W Masury, N Y
John Dohse, N Y
A M Drake & wf, N Y
J E Kelty & wf. N Y
M J Heivhnn, Seattle
A Hewitt. Damascus
J W Chandlor. S F
A Spence. S F
R Braxtor Henry. N Y
Louis DeCastro Pnlo-
S M Cdlderland and.
wife. Walla Walla
L Light, N Y
W V Hoagland, S F
M Bollin. S F
B Stanley Rcwett,
W H ITcCuln, Bottoh
T F Ogg. Mlnneapls
A G Prouty, S F
C W Swartz, Napa- (Miss Kirk, Athena
,,v,n Vrzh Chasr E Young.SeattU
Mrs C W Swartz. do Cht-ster nrmvn An
John Primrose; South I Mark Lowen Seattle
T B Hubbard. McCor
Mn John Primrose, do
D W Harrison. f L
E T Staples, Ashland,
J II Bridgford. Seattle
G Anderson, Tacoma
C A Lounger, Sacmto
B F Cannon. Mc.Mir.n
C G Roberts. Hood R
N A Brown. Dallet
G H Clark. San Fr
Mrs T B Hubbard, do
Mrs H McCormick. d
Mrs R P Hnbhard, di
Thos T Myles. Des Mns
Mrs T T Mylcs. do
J 1' Anderson. Tacoma
A Hewctt, Damascus
Hcnrj- O Boyd. Seattle
ilV S Alccrn. King's Vy
J R Miller. Moro. Or ,
Mrs a H Clark, do
W S Miller. Moro. Or.
C W Headley. Wlnne-4T K Rudchy, Vancvr
bago City, Minn
Mrs T H Rudchy. do
John Stubbs. San Fr 'Mr3 A R Tozler," Mc-
Mrs John Stubbs. do
Miss Stubbs. San Fr
Miss Ada Kursen, do
Frtd Russell, San Fr
Mrs Fred Russell, do
R H Toaler. do
M Caples. CaDles. Wn
Mrs M Caples, do
J D Matherson. LaQrd
F L Herrmann. MSnp!a
Mrs F 1, Herrmann do'
Martin Lefevre. Or
Mrs M Lefevre. do
H R Reed. Latourell
John A Wilson, HoodR
Mrs R R Smith, Grand
H C Faeoley, Clncln
G O Miller. McMInn
Dr F H Caffern, Afh-
T F Roglen. Pendltn
W Ballons: Pendleton
Forks. N D
John Bogart, Woodland
is r clones. Toledo, Or
J N B Gerklng.Athena
R P Bolas. Salem
w n Eccies, Ogden
James FlnlayEon,' As
J C Graves. Porter. Ill
Mrs J C Graves, ao
J S Soelcy. A? torla
D A Hendricks, Llbby,
Bismarck Schali. WW
IR P Adams, do
fr C Jackson. Arllngtn
Sam Sldman, N Y
A H Carver, Bralnard,
i uauagner. Arlington
Mrs T Gallagher, do
M B Galloway, Hepp-
Etta Morrison, do
G W Helm. Warren,
D W Hogate. do
G F Wilder. Tacoma
R E Simpson. Prinevll
Mrs R E Elmnson. do
Mrs Carver, do
H C Lewis, Lewlston
John E Chappell. Gel
Mrs J E Chappell. do
Master Chappell, do
Carl Cams, Boise
J D McKlnney.-do
Mrs A Kirk. Athena
jW E Calkins. Duluth
J H Crawford, Seattle
Mrs. Crawford, do
C Houston, Astoria
J B Rapp. S F
Geo 7aFarge. Taco
W B Stewart. Myrtle
E Z Ferguson. Ast
Mrs J M Grlflln. Ast
J H Ackerman, Salert
W Bolton. Antelope
A P Hedges. S F
J F Swank. Albany
E A Turner, do
jj E Shopman. Chicago
Mrs Bolton, do
Madge German, "Fid-I J O Shreresbery.
dlo Dee Dee1
Octavla Leath'c, do
Inez Barnes, do
Walter C Barnhart,
G W Booth. Tho
N Meyer, do
J M Kelly. USA
John L Neagle. Seat
P S Bumby, Cottage
J Shanrald. S F
A C Hough, Grant's
C W Thompson- and
C E Burrows, Walla
F J Parker, do
A Blttlnger, The Dlls
Levi Ankeny, Walla
(Mrs. Shreresbery. do
E D Ressler, Monmth
Roswell Shelley, Hood
Mrs Shelley, do
Mrs Falson Joslon,
Mrs J H Price, do
William Sinclair, do
C Solomon, S F
A L Cornwall, Wood-
Mrs Cornwall, do
J F Woods, Sprlng-
Dr J L Hill. Albany
L M Warner. Seattle
H C Rodney. S F '
Mrs Adams, S F
Mrs Grace Jackson,
Mrs H Courter, Salt
Mrs E F Wlthrow,
M Conley and fam. do
H E Foster. Baker Ct
Miss S B Thompson.
Z F Moody, The Dalles
D E Eastman, Seat
Mrs Eastman, do
D M Stuart, Astoria
F L Herman, Mnpls
Mr wnnan. do
Henry Schuett, Seattlo
J P Whitney. Albany
Chas Olson. Toledo
Andy Olson, do
F G Chapman, Port
land Leota Merrill, Clata-
Crcssa Merrill, do
S M Batterson, Ne-
T B Elmer, Astoria
J. Sullivan. Colfax
John McLane, Mist
G JI Coburn. North
A H Gerke. Walla
H Glennt The Dalles
Albert Adams. Gobi
F J Ridings. Mnrqm
Geo Ferris and wife,
D C Hastings and wf.
H Waltv. St Paul.Or
R Crabb. Kalama
Thos H Allman.
J A Hart, Mt Pleasant
byivan Marble, do
F Stetman, do
Lloyd L Marble, do
G Kruckman. do
F. Harbach. Kelso
C P Essner, Mountain
P H Stultlnff, Steven
son Reginald Buck, do
F Price, Farmlngton
J B Watson, Central la
E L WInr. McCoy. 0r
J M Davis -'do
J F Fitch, do
Chas E Molson, Needy,
H Wheeler, Case Locks
John Cates, do
H, Jackson, do
J A Atwell. do
C AY Stege, Pratln
J A Sp.cer, Shedds, Or
D Peterson, do
W B Johnson. Rainier.
W Johnson, do
C F Royse. Heppner
J V Cowdney, do
J C Royse, do
E C Wakefield, Lex
ington Chas R Fields, do
D Link and wf, Goble
F Joyce, Seattle
F Bagby. Hubbard
T E Bagby,. do
Miss 8 Meshler. do
R W Wade. Clackms
C Hanson and family.
Andy Anderson, Wind
ReV W E Young and
Hotel BrnniTriclc, Seattle.
European plan, popular rates. Modern
Improvements. Business center. Near
Tacoma Hotel. Tacoma.
American plan. Bates. $3 and up.
Hotel Donnelly. Tacoina.
First-class restaurant In connection.
nalnlcr Grand Hoicl, Seattle.
European plan. .Finest cafe on Coast
Hdqrs. naval, military and traveling men.
Room. en suite and single. Free shower
baths. Rates, $1 up. H. P. Dunbar, Prop.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Fioor
PIT NEWS IS BEARISH
ARMOUR UNLOADS HEAVILY" OX
CHICAGO WHEAT MAMKET.
May Declines Over a Cent, and Other
Deliveries Also Close
CHICAGO. Dec 1. The feature of trading
In vcheat was the unloading' of a. big line by
tho leadinc lor.;r and the consequent throwing
Ion the market of a larse amount held by
traders who had been following In his wake.
; The result was a decline of over a cent In
.$204,575 5SS -laS wnue tne near-Dy nenvencs wc
114C67'7fj easier. Tho news' In general was bearish, iow
, cr cables, liberal receipts In the Northwest
I and a lnrge Increase In the visible -supply
! belnsr the main depressing factors. Buying
! y commission houses at the low point caused
"a rally late In the day, the close being at
lower fleures. with May c off at 73
75c. The opening tyas c lower to c
higher at 75g75c, and ranged between
73c and 75c
The trading in corn, was JJght and the weak
ness In wheat affected this market and cauEed
an easier frellnsr. but toward the end of tho
...lnn thpri trat n fnlr demand and the
! rnrlv in wn whollv resalned. MaK closed
He higher nt 42c42c after selling be
tween 42U and 42c.
Although ther? was little doing In oats, the
underton was firm. May closed &c higher
at 32?."2- after ranging between 31 and
Provision" wtre quiet and after a slightly
higher opening, prices showed a tendency to
move' downward under scattered selllns: by
longs and on lack of any particular support.
The elo'e was "steady. January pork closed
? lower, iard down 5C?7c and ribs off 2c I aucti0n sales today numbered 13.079 bales, ln
The Itadlng. .future ranged as follows: eluding a good selection of new clip. New
. .$0 7V-4 $0 71
. . 75 - 7T.
.. 5T-4 5t
. . 47 47
-.. 42 42
... 30ii 31
. . 32 32
..ir. 83 ir. oivi
:.15 02 15 07
..10 12 11)15
. . 0 52U 9 on
so72 53 ivi.
May 8 82 8 87
8 20 8 22
8 03 8 05
aiay . . ,
. 7 95
Carh quotations wero as follows: .
Flour-rQulct and steady. .
Whrat No. 2 Sprlnjr. 7474c; No. 3. C
73c; No. 2 red. 73?'7Gc.
Corn No. 2. KV; No. 2 yellow. 53c.
Cats No. 2. 29c: No. 3 "White. 31c."
Rye-No. 2. 4Sg51c.
Barlej Gco1 reeding, 3438c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1. $1 15: No. 1 Northwestern,
Timothy seed Prime. $4.
Mess pork $10 02ffI10 75 per bbl.
Lnrd $10 47fl0 50 per cwt
Short ribs cjdf? Loor. $8 75W0, .
Dry salted .-boulder $9 1209 25.
Clover Contract giade, $10.
Flur. barr.Sl 2'rXl
Corn. b.hels 2iS2
Oat?, bufhels x2Zt
Rye. bushels 23 ?0Q
Barley, bushels .". i7,400
32.5C0 San Francisco Grain arhrlcet.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 1. Wheat, quiet;
barlev. dull; oat; steady.
Wheat-Shipping, $1 381 42; milling,
$1 4301 47.
Barley Feed, $1 211 23; brewing, $1 23
Oats Red, $1 151 32: white. $1 22Q
1 37: black. $1 12g:l 35.
Call board -sales:
Whent-Qulet May. $1 3C; c.sh, $1 42.
Barley No sales.
Corn-iLarge yellow, $1 50.
Grain and Prodnce af Kewl'ork.
NEW YORK. Dec. 1. Flour Receipts,. 27,
228 barrels J exports, 40.214 barrels. Quiet and
unnettled by the wheat decline, closing easy.
Wheat Receipts. 1S9.175 bushels; exports,
55.733 bushels. Spot easy. No. 2 red. 78c
elevator: No. 2 red. 7Gc f. o. b. afloat: No. 1
Northern Duluth. S2c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
hard Manitoba. 83c f. o. b. nfldat Options
wero steady at first but soon met such heavy
selling from all aides, including the big Chi
cago long, that prices collapsed, closing over
a cent per bushel. Bearish Argentine news,
big domestic receipts and. fine weather all
contributed to the decline. The close was un
changed at c loss. May, 78 ll-1679c,
closed 78c: July, 7777c, closed 77c.
Hops and wool Firm:
Butter Receipts, 4938 packages: market,
firm. State dairy, 2027e; creamery extra,
20": creamery choice. 2028c.
. Egg Receipts, C875 packages: market Arm.
State and Pennsylvania, 2SQ20c; Western un
candled, poor to fancy, 20327c
Enropean Grain Markets.
LONEON. Dec. 1. Wheat Cargoes on pasa
age quirt and steady. No. 1 standard Cali
fornia; 30s 3d; Walla Walla, 29s. English
country markets dull.
Imports of wheat into United Kingdom.
348.000; flour, 217.000. Wheat and flour on
pasEase to United Kingdom, 2,210,000; to
LIVERPOOL. Dec 1. Wheat Quiet. No. 1
standard California. Gs 8d. Wheat and flour
In Paris quiet. French country market steady.
Weather In England overcast.
The Imports of wheat Into Liverpool last
week were 53.000 quarters from. Atlantic ports;
none from Pacific, and 78.000 from other ports.
Following are the stocks of wheat and corn
In store: Wheat, 2,470.000 centals; corn, 602,
The steel Industries of Austro-Hungary have
been formed Into a trust.
It Is estimated that the Brazilian coffee crop,
will amount to 13,000,000 sacks, compared with
10,000.000 in 1001.
A sailing vessel recently cleared the port
of Boston having on board 2303 barrels of
apples, destined for Brazil.!
It Is stated that a certain 20 plum trees In
a Sussex orchard which last year yielded 40
ViiioViol of fruit have onlv vfelded nni hmhM
this. . 1
The estimated shipments of celery from
California for 1001-02 aro put at 1200 car
loads, against 1100 carloads In 100001 and
700 carloads In 1800-1900.
Apples In Ontario, Can., are said to be free,
from worms, but they are made unsightly
and otherwise objectionable by scab, which
Is worse than ever known before.
The 1002 peppermint oil crop of the United
States is generally conceded to be very de
ficient being estimated at about 130.000
pounds, against an annual average produc
tion of about 200,000 pounds. v
The steamship Ivernla recently- cleared the
port of Boston having on board 28.000 barrels
of apples, one of the largest cargoes of the
kind ever to havo left that point The des
tination, It Is needless to say. Is a British
A dispatch from Santa Ana, Cal., stares
that the first carload of celery for the sea
son was shipped Monday to Chicago. The reg
ular shipments will soon begin and about
1100 to 1200 carloads, grown on 1813 acres, will
be- sent East.
Impo'rts of bananas Into the United States
In the fiscal year ended June 30, 1002, ex
ceeded all previous records and amounted In
value to $7,307,437, an Increase of $757,251 over
the previous -year. The principal Increase
was in shipments from the British West In
dies, tho trade with Central America Increas
ing only 3 per cent and-' that of Cuba 11
per cent over the previous year.
' The revision of tho specific import duties
ins & Co."
Chamber, of Commerce
Is. published In the Japanese Official GazettV
as Imperial, ordinance No. 210. The revised
tariff will come Into force on April 1. 1903.
The revision was made by'vlrtue of article III
of the customs tariff law. Many ad valorem
.duties have been changed to specific duties.
Wheat flour is unchanged and pays a duty of
.453 yen per 100 kin, or approximately 33
cents per barrel.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 1. Official closing
Quotations for mining stocks:
Andes ...$0 OSjMexlcan
. ' 24
ueicaer i.; occidental von
Best & Belcher.
Challenge Con .
66ISeg. Belcher .,
Con. Cal. & Va... 1 10'Slerra Nevada
Crown Point .... OlSllver Hill ...
Gould & Curry... lOiUnlon Con ...
.Hale & Norcross. 22Utah Con .....
Justice 4 Yellow Jacket
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. Mining- stocks today
closed as follows:
Adams Con ..'....$0 75Llttle Chief $0 10
Alice 23 Ontario 6 50
Breece 45 Ophlr 90
Brunswick Con .. 5Phoenlx G
Comstock Tunnel. 4Potosl 16
Con. Cal. & Va... 1 05 Savage 8
Horn Silver 1 25ISlerra Nevada ... 15
Iron Silver 70 Small Hopes 30
Leadvllle Con ... 3(Standard 3 00
BOSTON. 'Dec. 1. Closing quotations:
Adventure $ 13 OO'.Osceola 49 50
2 oo farrott a: w
Cal. & Hecla..
Centennial . . .
56 50!Qulncy 100 00
20 501Santa Fe Cop... 1 50
430 00 Tamarack 16 25
128 OOlUnlted States
j Isle Royale ...
Victoria . .
London Wool Sales.
T.nmnw tp 1. The offerings at the wool
Zealand cross breds were In largo demand
j'and sold readily at high limits. The Contl-
nent secured a fair supply of scoureds. Me-
-.3 t xinos soia wen at uearcr ruics. uuuu ntvasy
grades sold quickly. ,
P00SON, PELOUBET & CO.
Kennsssy Building, Butte
New York Office 20 Broad Street
'Are -fond - of traveling on the Famous
The daintily furnished retiring rooms
and cosy compartments afford all the
privacy of your crwn home and make
traveling a pleasure and delight.
The North-Western Limited
dally, between Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago 1b the peer of
all fine trains.
Before starting on a trip, no matter
where write for interesting in
formation about comfort
24S Alder Street, Portland, Or.
Dally except Sunday.
STR. REGULATOR. ,
Leaves Portland Tues.. Thurs.. Sat, 7 A. M.
Lc&vea Dalle Mon.. Wed., FtU, 7 A. M.
6TR. DALLES CITY.
Leaves Portland Mon.. Wed., Frt, T A. M.
Leaves Dalles Tues, Thurg.. Sat, T A. M.
LANDING OAK ST. DOCKPOKTLAND.
U. V. HARRISON. Arent.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
l)triitt Fifth anil
A Kit I i.
For lliyren. Rainier.
cniton. Astoria, war
Mnton. FlavelL Ham
mond. Fort jstevens.
Aitorla and Seashora...
1:00 A. U.
11:10 A. it
T.-00 T. M.
:40 P. M.
Tlcktt odce. 255 Morrison st and Union Depot.
i. C. MAYO. Gen. Pm. Agt.. Astoria, Or.
For South -Eastern Alaska
Leave Seattle 9 A. 31.
Steamships Cottage City or
City of Seattle, Dec. 7. 13.
10, 25. 31. Jan. 6.
Steamers connect at San
Francisco with company's
steamers for ports In Cali
fornia, Mexico and Humboldt
Bay. For further .informa
tion obtain folder.
RIgh.t is reserved to change steamers or call
AGENTS N. POSTON. 240 Washington st.
Portland; F. W. CARLETON. 007 Pacific ave..
Tacoma; Ticket Office. 113 James st. Seattle.
GEO.W. ANDREWS, North Western Passenger
Agent San Francisco. Ticket Ofilce, 4 New
Montgomery St. C. D. DUNANN, Gen. Pass.
Act.. San Francisco.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
STEAMER BAILEY GATZERT
Leaves Portland dally 7 A. M except Sunday.
Leaves Astoria dally 7 P. M., except Sunday.
THE DALLES-PORTLAND ROUTE.
STEAMERS TAHOMA AND METLAKO
Tave Portland dally 7 A. M., except Sunday.
Leave' The Dilles dally 7 A. M., except Sun
day. Landing foot Alder st, Portland, Or.
Both phones, Main 35L
E. W. CRICHTON, Agent, Portland.
iSBli ' OREGON
mm Sssot Line
THREE TRAINS DAILV
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
UNION DEPOT. j Leave. Arrive.
CHICAGO-PORTLANDT:00 A M 4:30 P. M.
SPECIAL. Dally. Dally.
For the East via. Hunt
Ington. . ......
SPOKANE FLYER. 0:15 P. M. 7:00 A. M.
For Eastern Washing- Dally, Dally,
ton. Walla Walla. Lew
lston. Coeur d'Alene k
and Gt Northern points
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8:50 P. M. 8:10 A. M,
For the East via Hunt- Dally. Dally.
Ington. - '
COLUMBIA RIVER DIVISION.
FOR ASTORIA and!s:00PM. 5:00 P.M.
way points, connecting Dally ex. Dally
with steamer for Ilwa- Sunday. except
co and North Beach,. Saturday, Sunday,
steamer Harvest Queen, 10 P. -Ash-atreet
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
0:43 A. M
6:00 P. il.
For Salem. Corvallls
.and way polpts. steam
er Kutn, Ash - street
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
FOR DAYTON. Oregon' 7:00 A. M.
City and Yamhill RlveriTues..
points, str. Elmore. Thurs..
Ash-et. dock. Sat
3:00 P. 1L.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
For Lewlston. Idaho,
and way points, from
4:05 A. M.
5:00 P. M.
Rlparla, Wash., steam
ers Spokane or Lewis-
TICKET OFFICE. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobt. Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers for Manila, Port Air
thur and Vladivostok.
INDRAVELLI SAILS ABOUT DECEMBER a
For rates and full Information call on-or ao
dress officials or agents of O. R. & N. Co.
PRESS ' TRAINS,
for Salem. Rose
burg, Ashland, Sac
Ban Francisco, Mo
Jave, Los Angeles.
EI Paso, New Or
leans 'and the East
Morning train con
nects at Woodburn
(dally except Sun
day) with train for
Mount Angel. Sll
Wendllng and Na
tron. Albany passenger ..
Connects "at Wood
burn with Mt. An
gel and Sllverton
8 .-CO P. M.
7:45 A. M.
8:30 A. M.
:00 P. M.
10 :10 A. iL
7:30 A. M.
114:50 P. M.
3:50 P. M.
13:23 A. M.
Dally. Dally except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVICE
Leave Portland dally for uawego at 7:30. A.
M., 12:50, 2:05. 3:25, 5:20. 6:25. 8:30. 10:10
P. M. Dally except Sunday, 5:30. 6:30. -8:33,
10:25 A. M.. 4:00. 11:30 P. M. Sunday only,
9:00 A. M. 4t . .
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland
dally 8:30 A. M.. 1:53.. 3:05, 4:33. 0:15. i:3o.
0:65. 11:10 P. M. Dally except Sunday. 6:25,
7:25. 0:80, 10:20, 11:45 A. M. Except Monday.
12:C5 A. M. Sunday only, 10:00 . M.
Leave from same depot ror Dallas and Inter
mediate points dally except Sunday 4:00 P. M.
Arrive Portland 10:20 A. M.
Tha Independence-Monmouth motor Una oper
ates dally to Monmouth and Atrlle. connecting
with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas and Inde
Flrst-clasn rebate tickets on sale from Port
land, to Sacramento and San Francisco: net
rate.. S17.50: berth. ?5. Second-claiw fare.
$15. without rebate or berth; second-class
bTIckets' to" Eastern noJnts and Europe. Also
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Washington streets.' Phone Main 712.
TIME CARD .
Puget Sound Limited forTa
coma. Seattle. Olympla.
South Bend and Grays
Harbor points 7:25 am 4:15 pa
North Coast Limited for Ta
coma. Seattle. Spokane.
Butte, St. Paul. Minneap
olis. Chicago. New York.
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 2:00pm 7:00 MS
Twin City Express for Ta
coma. Seattle. Spokane,
Helena. St. Paul, Minne
apolis. Chicago, New.
York. Boston and all points
East and Southeast.. .. ...11:45 pm- 7a)0pta
North Coast-Kansas Clty
St Louis Special, for Ta
coma. Seattle. Spokane.
Butte. BUllnga. Denver.
Omaha. Kansas City, St
Louis and all points East .
and Southeast ..2:00 pm 7 00 am
All trains dally except on South Bend branch.
A D CHARLTON, Assistant General Pas
senger "Agent 255 Morrison st. corner Third.
Ticket Office 122 Third St Phone 680
6:16 P. M.
The Flyer dally to and
from St Paul. Minne
apolis. Duluth. Chicago
and all points East.
. No. 3
7:00 A. M.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers. DInin
and Buffet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AIVIERiCAN LINE
For Japan. China and all Asiatic points, will
, About December 2
Willamette River Boats
Steamer POMONA, for Salem. Independence,
Albany and Corvallls, leaves 6:43 A. M. Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Steamer ALTONA. for Dayton. McMlnnvilU
and way. leaves 7 A. M. Mondays, Wednesdays
OREGON CITY TRANSPORTATION CO.
Ofilce and dock, foot Taylor street