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THE MORNING OEEGONIAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903.
PACKAGE COFFEE UP
All Brands Have Advanced
WORLD'S VISIBLE DECREASES
Decline In Sucnr at nnstern rotnts
Pacific Const Stnrfcets .ot Yet
Affected Locnl Produce
All brands of package coSee advanced He
per pound yesterday. No reason for the chance
accompanied the announcement, and the pre
sumption Is that the Arbuckle and Woolson
people have come to toxt agreement. Co free
baa been low for some time past, and an up
irard movement does not occasion surprise.
Latest estimates of the world's visible supply
of coffee are of a decrease of 160.000 to 00.000
bags during the month of January. The fol
lowing shows the visible supply of the world
on January 1. 1003;
London. Cue 41XT09
Liverpool, line A 4.675
Southampton, Eng......... . ....... 10.703
Bordeaux .......... CI. COO
Marseilles - 00,000
Total Europe (all kinds) 7.1M.140
United States (Brazil).... -.2.858.380
United States (other kinds). 42.037 2.A00.4M
Afloat tor ITnlted States from Brazil.
Afloat for United States from Europe.
Afloat for IT. -S. from Java and Cast
Afloat for Europe from Java and East
Afloat for Europe from Brazil 022. (ho
Afloat for Europe from United States 10.000
'Against December 1 .. 13.217,001
Against January 1. 1002. ;.. .10.870.030
Refined sugar in the East declined lOccn
barrels and 13c on racks. Pacific Coast -markets
were not affected yesterday by the change.
The New York Journal of Commerce of Jan
uary 31 quoted an authority on sugar as fol
lows: Sugars have been accumulating rapidly at
the Cuban seaports, nt come of which there
are very limited storage facilities, and many
planters are obliged to realize on their crops
to obtain funds. The qnestlon Is now one of
supply and demand. The refiners have full
stocks, while their requirements for meltings
are smaller than at the same time last year,
and a further reduction In meltings will be
necessary next week.ln consequence of the light
aemand for refined. If offerings continue, as
St present, in greater volume than the refiners
can care for. we may expect a further moder
ate decline. It would seem, however, that the
cedlno should soon be checked, otherwise It
would pay to ship the Cuban and West Indian
sugars to -England It the European markets re
niu:v-ERs uuyixg hops.
Market at Xevr York Cloaca a Shade
Firmer Demand tor Prone.
NEW TOB.K. Feb. 5. (Special.) Hops closed
a shade firmer under a better demand from
brewers. "Wires from up state note Email trad
Ing, as dealers are Indisposed to accept offers.
Foreign cables rvport a strong and unchanged
Continued export Inquiries for prunes have
Itlffened Ideas of holders slightly. The market
closed strong on 40-GOi, CO-eOs and 60-70s, -with
tome holders -declining to sell In a large way
except at a slight advance. A few lots wero
picked up for Hamburg account' at THC for 40s,
Hie for 60s, and 5c for COs, In 25-pound boxes.
Last cables quoted the Hamburg market at the
full equivalent of spot, with an advancing ten
aency. The local Jobbing demand Is elow,
(hough showing signs of Improvement.
In a. small way Oregon 30-40s were sold at
flio In 25-pound boxes. On 40-50e Ciic will
buy easily, this size being In more liberal sup
ply. Receipts today were 3000 boxes for do
mestic and 10,000 blxes for export.
Salmon Is quiet on cheap grades, and while
sSerlngs of pinks nt COo f . o. b. Coast are still
available from the association and one or two
sutside Interests, the volume of sale to all
Points Is light. The association Is credited with
being a reluctant seller on both 1602 pack and
futures. It Is tho only Interest out with future
prices. Spot pink offers from Jobbers at C3o
ind chums at 00c Red Alaska attracts a
shade more attention, with a.carlot aale re
ported at 11.30 on association brands. The Pa
slflc Selling Company has withdrawn from the
market on cheap salmon.
Lima beans are firmer on Cmuit vm, .
- - .edit
ing an advance to J4.S5 per hundredweight t.
. u. sua ol mreo carioaas are noted here
It fXlO per bushel.
Grain. Flour, Etc.
The wheat market la dull i
tnchanged, notwithstanding Eastern and for
um markets were lower yesterday.
WHEAT Walla Walla, 76878c; bluestem.
ICc; Valley, 76S7S540, export values.
BARLEY Feed. ,23 50 per ton: brewing,
f24! rolled. 121 SO.
OATS No. L white. XI 1BS1 20-, env
,1 1281 15 per cental. "
MILLSTUFFS Bran, JIB per ton; middlings.
,24; shorts. 20; chop. 318.
HAT Timothy. J11S12: clover, sa: grain.
18810 per ton. . '
FLOUR-VaUey. t3 75 per barrel: hard
wheat straights. 33 45SS 70; hard wheat pat
tnts. U 3084 63; Dakota hard wheat. 14 203
135; Graham. 33 4583 S3.
Batter, Esgu, Poultry. Etc.
Chickens clean ud as fast as thev uHn
Prices a shade higher are realized. The egg
lupply and demand is more equal, but the
sarket has a weak tone, as It is believed there
re Plenty ot eggs in the country. Butter is
Irm and unchanged.
BUTTER Fancy creamery, S0SX2HO pet
winiwl! Amtrv 2rtf5tA. at am T'(i-.
POULTRY Chickens, mixed, 1212He per
puuuui juuns. uuc; nens, lisc; turkeys.
If... tis.i ca-. . :
.twf.iw. usvmcu, oW, UUCJCS. SQ7 M
per dozeni geese, 3788 CO.
CHEESE Full cream twins,. lGtfSKHe
i uum America, i nttiovic; xaeiory prices
I Ho less; Wisconsin, 10c per pound.
EGGS Ranch, 24825c per dozen.
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc
Yesterday's railroad receipts were one car
ach of bananas, celery and sweet potatoes.
the steamer brought up a limited supply of
imall vegetables Iced. Prices are as - last
VEGETABLES Turnips, 75880c per sack!
tarrota, "JCSOc; beets, 31 per sack; parsnips.
fl per sack; cauliflower. SI 75 per crate; cab
MgeC ljc per pound; celery. Los Angeles, 32 73
3 50 per crate: lettuce, head. 33c per dozen;
lotbouse. 31 7382 per box: green onions, per
loxen, 12Hc5 Brussels sprouts. 6c per pound;
iqnash. 31(71 SO per hundredweight; peas, per
found. Siic; parsley, per dozen, 23c; radishes.
t3c: green artichokes. 1 1 25 per dozen, t '
GREEK FRUIT Apples, Uble. 85c0l SO
er box, cooking, 50875c: pears, 75c CI 1 ss per
lax: cranberries. Jersey ,1L
TROPICAL FRUIT Lemons. 32 7383 60 per
axx; oranges, .navels. 3282 73 per box;, seed.
Sjgs, 31 5082; mandarins. 73c; tangerines,
II 50: grape fruit, -S 50 per box; bananas,
(2 2582 73 per bunch; pineapples. 33 50 per
lozen: pomegranates. J1'30 per box.
DRIED FRUIT Apples." evaporated.! 7Ue per
ound: sun-dried, sacks or boxes, 3800 aprl
lots, SglOc; peaches. 7K8c; pears. TU88H0:
Irenes, Italian. AMSfie; figs, California blacks.
U; do white, "lie: Smyrna. SOc; opiums, pitted,
RAISINS Loose Muscatel.. 4 -crown. 7er 3.
rrown, 7Ke; 2-crown, CSc: unbleached, seedless
lt"eatel ralslEJ. 7Hc: unbleached seedless Sul
tans. Wte: London layers, 3 -crown, whole boxes
of 20 pounds, 31 83; 2-crown. (1 73.
POTATOES Beit Burbanks. G0875c per sack;
ordinary. 40850c, growers' prices; Merced
sweets. 32 2582 50. "
ONIONS Oregon and Washington. 75c8Jl per
cental: shippers' price in carload lots. 60c per
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Gross, cows. X333 73; steers, 3181 73;
dressed. 7c per pound.
VEAL 8S9Hc per pound.
MUTTON Gross. 34 50(i3; dressed. Sc.
HOGS Gross, 30 25(36 50; dressed. 76 Sc.
LARD Kettle rendered: Tierces. 12Xe; tubs.
13c; 60s. 13c: 20s. 13Mc: 10s. 13Sc; 6s. 13Hc
Standard pure: Tierces. 12c; tabs. l!c: 30s.
12ic; 20s. 12Hc: 10s. 12Se; 5s. nfce. Com
round lard: tierces, Uc: tubs. SHc
BACON Portland. 15817ic per pound; East
ern, fancy. 17c; standard, heavy, 15V4c;"baeon
HAMS Portland. 13e per pound: picnic,
10Hc per pound; Eastern fancy, 13&OHHC
SAUSAGE Portland, ham, 12' .0 per pound;
tnlnced ham. lOHc: Summer, choice dry, 17Hc;
Bologna, long. Sc: welnerwursts. Sc; liver. 7c;
pork. 8c; blood. 7c; head cheese, 7c: bologna
sausage lick, 7Hc
PICKLED GOODS Portland, pigs' feet. V
barrels, 34 50; U-barrels. 32 50; 15-pound kit.
$L Tripe. 4-barrels. $5 50; -barrels. 2 73;
15-pound kit. II: pigs' tongues. H-barrel. IS.
DRY-SALTED MEATS Portland clears. 12
13o: backs. HU812Hc: bellies. 15816c; exports.
20823 pounds average. 13314c; butts. 8810c
Groceries, tints. Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 23228c: Java, fancy, 2C3
82c; Java. gwxL, 20824c; Java, ordinary. 18
20c: Costa Rica, fancy, 18820c; Costa Rica,
good. 16818c: Costa Rica, ordinary, 10312c per
pound: Columbia roast. 31125; Arbuckle's,
Jll 75 list: Lion. 311 25.
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound talis.
31 C5 per dozen: 2-pound tails. 32 40; fancy
1-pound flats. 31 SO; U-pound flats, 31 10;
Alaska pink. 1-pound talis. 80c; red, 1-pound
tails, 31 20; sockeyc. 1-pound tails. Jl 45; 1
pound flats. 11 00.
RICE Iaiperlsl Japan. Ni L 8c; No. X
4 lie:' Carolina head, 787HC,
SUGAR Sack basis, net cash, per 100
pounds: Cube, 3 80; powdered, 1 73; dry
granulated. 34 C3; extra C 34 15; golden C.
34 05. Advances over sack basis as follows:
Barrels, 10c; half-barrels. 25c; boxes, 50c per
100 pounds. Maple. 1S81CC per pound. Beet
segsr. granulated, 34 55 per 100 pounds. "'
GRAIN-BAGS Calcutta. 38 2586 60 per 100
HONEY 13c per No. 1 frame.
BEANS Small white, 4Mc: large white, 4e:
pinks. 3Hc; bayou, 3Sc; Lima, SUc per pound.
NUTS Peanuts, Ce per pound for raw, 88
SHc for roasted: cocoanuts, 85880o per dozen:
walnuts. 13314c per pound; pine nuts, 10Q
12Hc; hickory nuts, 7e: Brazil nuu. 10c; Al
berts, 15816c: fancy pecans. 17c; almonds. 14
815c: chestnuts, ICc
SALT Liverpool, 30s, 45o per sack: half
ground, per ton. 60s, 314 50; 100s. 314; Worces
ter salt, bulk. 320s. 35 per barrel; linen sacks.
60s, 66c per sack; bales, 2s. 3s, 4a Cs and 10s,
32 per bale.
OILS Coal oil, cases. 23c per gal)on: Iron
barrels. lSHc: wood barrels, 18c: linseed;
boiled; cases, 50c; barrels. 54c; linseed, raw,
rases. 67c; barrels. 62c: gasoline. Iron barrels,
lOHc; cases, 2Gc; turpentine, cases. 75c; wood
barrels, 71c; Iron barrels. Ocj. lots ot 10 cases
or more. 74c. Collier and Atlantic white and
red lead. In lots of 500 pounds or more, 6c;
less than 500 pound. CMc
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 220270 per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. L 16 pounds and up,
1E815UC per pound; dry kip. No. 1, 5 to 13
pounds. 12c; dry calf. No. 1. under 6 pounds,
10c; dry salted bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound. 00
pounds and over. 888c: 50 to 00 pounds. 788c;
under 50 pounds and cows. 7c; stags and bulls,
sound. 58SKc: kip. sound. 15 to 20 pounds. 7c:
veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds, 7c; calf, sound,
under 10 pounds, Sc: green (unsalted), lc per
pound less: culls, lc per pound less; horse
hides, salted, each, 31 5082: dry, each, 319
1 50; colts' hides, each, 25850c: goat skins,
common, each, 10815a; Angora, with wool on,
PELTS Bear skins, as to size. No. L each.
35Q6 20; cubs. 3295; badger, each, 10340c:
wildcat, 25650c; bouse cataC10c; fox. com
man gray, each, 30850c: do red. each, 31 6082;
do cross, each, 3586; do silver and black, each.
31008200: fisher, each, 3588: lynx, each, 3283;
mink, strictly No. 1, each. 60c8tl 60; marten.
-dark Northern. 36312; marten, pale pine, ac
cording to else and color, '31 3082; muskrata.
large, each, 6810c: skunk, each, 40860c; civet
or polecat, each, 5310c: otter, for large prime
skins, each. 30850c: wolf, mountain, with head
perfect, each, 33 6085: wolf, prairie (coyote),
without head, each, 30835c; wolverine, each.
3487; beaver, per skin, large, 3336; do me
dium. 3384: do small. 3181 60; do kits. 50875c.
SHEEPSKINS Shearing. 15820c: short wool.
25835c: medium wool. 30860c;' long wool. 608
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 430c; No. 2 and
WOOL-Valley, 12H815c; Eastern Oregon,
881414c: mohair, 2682Sc
REVIEW OF TUB IRON' TRADE.
Steel Trust's Orders' tbe Larirestt n
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. Referring to the Iron
and steel situation, the Iron Age says:
Preliminary meetings havajeen held by Inde
pendent .Lake ore, producers which Indicate that
there will be an advance possibly on Mesaba
ores' to 33.50 for non-Bessemer and to 34.50 for
Bessemer, and on old-rango ores to 34.75 for
Bessemer and 34 for non-Bessemer. Tho scale
has not yet been definitely fixed, however.
In the foundry iron markets, buying; continues
on a moderate scale, consumers adhering to
the belief that they can only gain by waiting.
Still there Is tbe very Important fact that con
sumption does not seem affected by. the higher
cost of Iron to the founders, who generally
represent business very active.
Advices from abroad radicate a strengthening
all along the line, the amount of business In
Germany particularly being on the Increase.
Some cargoes ot Mlddlesboro have been pur
chased by Importers but this Is due to shifting
caused by disappointment In deliveries from
other foreign producers.
At home the freight blockade Is still aa se
rious as ever. It Is understood that conferences
are taking place In the Central West between
some of the leading producers and the railroad
The first weekly report of the constituent
companies ot the United States Steel Corpora,
tlon shows an Aggregate of orders of 8,608 000
tons, the largest In the history of tbe organ
ization. Tbe bookings In structural material,
plates, rails and wire are very heavy as is
well known, but It Is Interesting to note that
the movement In tlnplate. too. has been heavy
In the pipe trade two rather Important lines
are tote equipped In the Pittsburg district this
year. Each calls for about 15,000 tons of pipe.
It may be noted that some of the independent
manufacturers of merchant pipe have been
withdrawing the lowest figures and the line Is
The foreign steel markets have decidedly stif
fened up during the past week. Importers are
asking I2S828J10 ex. ship, and moderate sales
at that range have been made. An order for
10,000 tons ot steel rails for a large delivery
on the Pacific Coast has gone abroad because of
the Inability of the domestic mills to make the
An Interesting movement has been the buy
ing of several thousand tons of foreign three to
eight-Inch rounds for shafting manufacture.
The Imported material Is sold at practically
the regular base price, but without extras. A'
good deal of this material goes Into W Eng
land. In the sheet trade there are sUIl complaints
of cutting prices, and to some extent' this Is
true also in tlnplate.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 5. Official closing
quotations for mining stocks:
!Ande 30 lOJMjxlean c0
Belcher 50; Occidental Con ... 50
Best & Belcher... 3 COjOphlr 2 40
Caledonia 2 15 Overman 01
Challenge Con ... 4S)Potosl
Cbollar 40; Savage 40
Confidence 1 20 Seg. Belcher 34
Con. CaL A Va. 2 051 Sierra Nevada ... 1 00
Crown Point" .... 31Sllver Hill 38
Gould sc Curry... bSUnlon Con 1 35
Hale & Norcrots. 1 23! Utah. Con CO
Justice ltjYellow Jacket .... 47
NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Mining stocks today
dosed as follows:
Adams Con 30 20!L!ttle'Chlef .30 09
Al'ce Ontario .,3,60
Breece 60,'Ophlr 203
Brunswick Con .. C Phoenix 8
Comstock Tunnel. 8 PotosI 63
Con. Cat & Va. 2 80 Savage 53
Horn Stiver 1 20; Sierra Nevada ... 83
Iron Silver W Small Hopes 30
Ltadvllle Con ... 3 Standard 3 00
BOSTON. Feb. C Closing quotations:
Adventure 3 15 00: Osceola t C7 73
Allouez 5 GO'Parrott 30 50
Amalgamated . 68 00 Qulncy 122 00
.Bingham 30 Santa Fk. Cop... 2 87
CaL A Hecla... 630 00; Tamarack 176 00
Centennial ..... 25 75'Trimountaln ... 01 00
Copper Range . 66 S" Trinity 11 3T
Daly West 40 60United Stales .. 23 87
Dominion Coal, 129 OOlUtah 30 75
Franklin 11 OOlVIctorla 7 23
Mohawk ...... 63 OOjWlnona ........ 8 12
Old Dominion , 30 60 Wolverines .... 69 00
STOCK MARKET CAMPAIGN
3IOVC rJEGUX TO REVIVE SPECULA
TION AT SEW YOniC
United1 .States Steel Shnrcs Advance
on Knvornble Decision Humored
Merger ot Hock Island and V. P.
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. The aggregate dealings
In stocks roe to above 750.000 shares. The
market was broad and at times very active,
and also gave a general impression of strength
and advancing prices. That this Impression
was to some extent illusory Is manifest from
the small and ragged showing of net gains for
the day. Whereas at one time a large number
of leading active stocks were a point or more
above last night's closing, the last prices for
tbe day were In all cases materially below
the best, while In many Instances the earlier
gains were wiped out. and finally prices were
below those of last nlghL Tho skilled leader
ship of the market may safely be Inferred from
this showing, and It Is not a rash assumption
that professional manipulation afso played a
part In the price movement. ' a
It Is evident, however, that operators In
stocks with large resources and with an exten
sive organization for the purpose have ven
tured upon a stock-market campaign for an
advance In prices. There Is no evidence yet
that the leadership thus undertaken has been
effective In attracting any large outside busi
ness. There was some Increase In commission
house business, and the later downward course
of prices warranted the presumption that the
professional operators were taking advantage
ot this demand to realize profits. The prevail
ing ease of money is the dominant motive for
the reviving ot speculation, although the low
rates to which call loans have fallen are. In
part, a result ot the recent stagnation ot specu
The leading feature ot today's market was tbe
announcement of the decision of the New Jer
sey court In favor of the right of the United
States Steel Corporation to convert a part of
Its preferred stock Into bonds. The preferred
advanced strongly after the decision became
known. Earlier, the Readings were the lead
ers, and their upward movement was said to
be due to the expectation that the first pre
ferred stock Is to be restored to the 4 per cent
dividend list and the voting trust dissolved,
now that the control Is definitely lodged In the
hands of the Lake Shore and the Baltimore &
Ohio. It was thought possible also that the
heavy liquidation of the minority Interest which
followed this fixture of control had resulted in
the creation ot a large short Interest, which
was driven to cover yesterday and today. It
was very noticeable that the- large concurrent
buying ot Erie and Ontario & Western resulted
In a very slight price movement.
The Pacifies and Southwestern moved up In
company, and this advance was attributed to
a belief that the agreement arrived at between
the Rock Island and the Union Paclflo author
ities would be a benefit to the whole railway
system In that part ot the country. Wabash
had the special benefit ot the perfecting ot Its
franchise to enter Pittsburg. I"roflt-taklng was
in evidence all day in Amalgamated Copper; In
spite ot the reported strength of other copper
stocks In the Boston market, and Sugar was
carried down sharply on the announcement ot
a cut In the refined product. Rock Island also
seemed to be under pressure most ot the time,
and did not share in tho early strength In the
grangers. The profit-taking became quite gen
eral at the last, under cover of the late strength
In Steel, and the closing was easy.
The bond market was active and quiet, but
there was some Irregularity In the price move
ment. Total sales, par value, 33,070,000. United
States bonds were all unchanged on the last
CLOSING STOCK LIST.
Baltimore U Ohio
Chesapeake A Ohio....
Chicago & Alton.-
Chicago, Ind. i& Louis..
Chicago & Eastern IIL.1
taucago Great Western.
do A ptd...
do B ptd.....
Chicago AN. W
Chicago Term. & Tran.
C., C. C & St. Louls
voioraao southern ..
do 1st pfd... .......
do 2d ofd
Delaware & Hudson....
Del., Lack. & Western.
uenver & luo aracde
do 1st pfd ..,
do 2d pfd
Great Northern; pfd....
Hocking Valley' .......
Lake Erie ft Western..
Louisville & Nashville.
Manhattan Elevated ...
Metropolitan Street Ry.
Minn. & St. Louis
M-. K. & T
do pfd ...,
New Jersey Central...,
New York Central.....
Norfolk & Western
Ontario & Western
do let pfd
do 2d pfd
St. Louis & San Fran..
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd ,
St. Louis S. W
Texas & Pacific
Toledo. St. L. & W....
Wheeling A Lake Erie.
do 2d pfd
Wisconsin Central ..
Amalgamated Copper ..
Amer. v-nr j?-ouncry.,
American Linseed OIL.
Amer. Smelt. & Refln..
Anaconda Mlnlnr Pri '
Brooklyn Rapid Transit!
uuoraao Fuel & Iron
Consolidated Gas ....
Cont. Tobacco pfd...,
International Paper .
Pressed Steel Car....
Pullman Palace Car..
do pfd .......
l.OOo! 28 2S
Tenneewe Coal & Iron.
Union Bag & Paper Co.
ao pxa ...............
United State Leather..
United States Rubber..
do pfd .".
United States Steel
American Locomotive ..
Kansas City Southern..
6001 82 j 61KI 81K
Total sales for the day, 801,800 shares.
U. S. 2s. ref. reg.lOSX
do cospon 108t
do 3s. rtg 107
do coupon ......107
do new 4s. rcg..l34
do coupon 135
do old 4s, .reg.110
do coupon, 110
do 6s. reg 102
do coupon ......102
Atfhlsnn nAt a. ntir
C. & N.W. con. 7S.132U
D. & R. O. 4s 0s
Northern Pac. 3s.. 72
An 4 tfitf
Southern Pac 4s. 91
Union Pacific 4a.10254
West Shore 4s....Ho-
iwis. central 4r.. 91
Stocks nt London.
LONDON, Feb. S. Closing quotations:
Anaconda 6KNorfolk A West... 70H
do pfd 103
Bait. & Ohio 101
Can. Pacific Ill
do pfd .85
Ontario & Westem'S3H
do 1st pfd 43
do 2d pfd SS
Southern Ry 37H
do pfd 87
Southern Paclflo .. 67
Union Pacific 103
do pfd 3d
U. S. steel. ....... 40
do pfd 81U
do pfd 48
Cbes. Sc. Ohio 5K
cnu ur. western, za
ChL. M. & St. P.184
Denver & Rio Gr. 41U
ao pra vi
do 1st pfd 75
go pia....... u
Illinois Central ..ISO
Louis. & Nash 130U!
M.. K. tt T 20ti
New York Cent....l34j
Money, Eicbnnge, Etc
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. Money on call steady
at 283 per cent: closing. 283 per cent.
Time money steady: 60 days. 4 per cent; 80
days. 4 per cent; six months, 4MK per
exchange steady, with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at 34.8784.87 for de
mand, and at J4.8484.S4Vi for GO days: posted
rates. 34.S484.85 and S4.8734.83; commer
cial bills. lt.S3Vi34.MK
Mexican dollars, 37c.
Bar silver, 47ic
Government bonds steady.
LONDON. Feb. 0. Consols, 83 Vi- Silver, 22d
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6. Silver bars. 47c
Mexican dollars NominaL
Drafts Sight. 12c: telegraph. 13c
Sterling cn London Sixty days, 34.81; sight,
Seattle J 602.308
Dally Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. Today's Treasury
Available cash balances J221.272.2S5
Gold . 100,755,681
E ASTERS LIVESTOCK.
Prices Current nt Cblcaso, Omaha
and Kansas City.
CHICAGO. Feb. 5. Cattle Receipts. ,6500.
Market weak and lower. Good to prime steers.
34.5086; poor to medium. 3331.40: stockers and
feeders. 32.3082.43; cows. 31.4081. 60; heifers.
32-258175; canners. 31.4082.60; bulls. 32.258
2.45: calves. 33.6087.50; Texas fed steers, 33.50
Hogs Receipts today, 24,000: tomorrow, 30,
000; left ovor. 7000. Market opened strong to
6c higher and closed steady. Mixed and butch
ers, 36.7567.05; good to choice heavy. 36.00
7.10; rough heavy. 36.7036.00; light, S6.V086.70;
bulk of sales; 1& 0030. S3.
Sheep Receipts, 14.000. Market for sheep and
lambs steady to stronger. Good to choice weth
ers. 14.6085-25; fair to choice mixed, 33.500
4.60; Western sheep, 34.2585.23; native lambs.
34.5060.40; Western lambs. 34.SOCa.50.
OMAHA. Feb. 6.-CatUe-ReeelpU. 3500.
Market 10c lower. Native steers, 33385.25;
cows and heifers. S2.D034; canners. 3L7332.23;
stockers and feeders, 3334.50; calves, 33.239
6.23: bulls, stags, etc. 32.4083.60.
Hogs Receipts. 4500. Market 6c higher.
Heavy. 36.8580.03: mixed. 36.SOS6.S3: light,
t0.CO8C.S5; pigs, 15.7586.50; bulk ot sales. IS. SO
Sheep Receipts, S500. Market steady. Fed
muttons, yearlings, 33.2584.75; wethers, 34.25
05; common and stockers, S3.73S4.50; lambs,
KANSAS CITY. Feb? 6,-Cattlo Receipts.
COOO, Including COO Texans. Market steady to
strong. Native steers, 33.6583.50: Texas and
Indian steers, 3384.20; Texas cows. 3232.80;
native cows and heifers. $1.7684.33: stockers
and feeders. 3384.60: bulls, 32.7583.90; calves,
32.5038: Western steers, 33.2383; Western
Hogs Receipts, 7000. Market strong: bulk
of rales, 36580-85. Heavy, 36.82e6.q7:
packers, 36.22V4S8.80: medium. $3.8036.80;
light, fO.6036.75: Yorkers, $6.7086.73; pigs,
Sheep Receipts, 2000. Market strong. Mut
tons. $3.5085.10; lambs. 33.6086.23; range
wethers, $334.83; ewes, $384.80.
SAX FRAXCISCO 3IAIIKET3,
Produce Prices Current In the Bay
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 6. The flour market
continues Arm. Choice Oregon applea are firm.
Potatoes' are weak. Choice onions are steady.
Vegetables Garlic 3c per pound: green peas,
486c per pound; string beans, S812a per
pound; tomatoes, $1.7682.60; onions, 40373c;
egg plant. 15820c
Apples Choice, $2; common, 60c
Banana's 75c8 $2. 60.
Limes Mexican. $3.5034.
California lemons Choice, $2.60; common,
Oranges Navel. 75c8$2.60.
Potatoes Early Rose. $1.108L2S; River Bur
banks, 30853c; river reds, 35840c; Salinas
Burbanks, 80c8$L15; sweets. $1.60; Oregon
Poultry Turkey gobblers. 17318c; do hens.
17318c; old roosters, $386: young roosters,
3587; small broilers, $333.60: large broilers,
$485; fryers, $586; hens. $586; old ducks,
$586: young ducks, $697.60.
Butter Fancy creamery, 37o; " do seconds,
34c; fancy dairy, 33c: do seconds, 32c
Eggs Store, 24823c: fancy ranch. 27c; East
ern, 24325c .
Cheese Young America, 16816c; Eastern.
Wool Fall Humboldt and Mendocino, 139
14c; mountain, 8810c
Hay Wheat, $11814.60; wheat and oats, $11
13.60; barley, $10811; alfalfa, $10812.50; clo
ver, $10810.50; straw, 47857c per bale.
MlllstuOs Bran, $18.60319; middlings, $238
Receipts Flour. 11,321 quarter sacks; do Ore
gon, 7178 quarter sacks: wheat. 735 centals: do
Washington. 8500 centals; barley, 6170 centals:
oats, 820 centals; beans, 642 sacks; corn, 10
centals; potatoes, 3007 sacks; do Oregon. 3302
sacks; bran. 3155 sacks; do Washington, 174
sacks; middlings, 8S sacks; hay, 300 tons; wool.
66 bales; hides. S7S.
NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Tin advanced sharply
today, closing 1 7s 6d higher, at 131 for spot,
and 131 13s ed tor futures, while the local
market was quiet at 28.C2H829C
Spot copper In London advanced 16s to 56
15s. while futures, owing to the free offers from
this side, closed only 7s ld higher, at 56 7s
OJ, thus placing spot at a premium over fu
tures, a situation which has not existed for
over a year. Locally, the market was quiet
and quotations nomlnaL Standard closed at
12c; Lake at 12.62812.87c: electrolytio at
12.(S312-87c and casting at 12.63Q12.S5c
Lead was unchanged, both here, where It
was quoted at 4c, and In London at 11 6s 3d.
Spelter was quiet and unchanged at 20 7s 04
In London, and 4.85SS.03C locally.
Iron closed at 53s Id In Glasgow, and at 47r
lHd In Mlddlesboro. Locally It continued quiet
and nominally unchanged. No. 1 foundry
Northern Is quoted at $21824 60; No. 2 foundry
Northern. $22822.60: No. 1 foundry Southern
and No. 1 foundry Southern soft. $23.60324.50.
Warrants continue nominal.
Coffee and Sognr.
NEW YORK, Feb. 0. The market for coffee
futures closed quiet, with a partial decline of
0 points. Sales were 32,750 bags. Including:
February, 34 35; March, $4 40; May, $4 609
4 C5; July. $4 8084 85; September. $4 8083:
October. $5; November, $5 0533 10; December,
$0 25: January, $5 35; spot Rio quiet; mild
dull; No. 7 Rio, 5c
Sugar Raw steady: fair refining, 383 3-16c:
centrifugal. 86 test, 3Sc: molasses sugar, 29
2 16-16c: refined .steady; crushed, $5.33; pow
dered, $4.85; granulated, $4.75.
NEW YORK, Feb. 5. All grades of refined
sugar were reduced, 10 points today.
Xevr York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 5. The cotton market
opened steady at an advance of 183 points,
and closed firm at a net advance of 388 points.
Futures closed firm; February, 8.66c; March
and April, 8.83c: May. 8.97c; June and July,
8.03c; August. 8.73c: September, 8.2Sc; October,
Dairy Produce at Chlentro.
CHICAGO, Feb. 5. On the Produce Ex.
change today the butter market was quiet and
steady: creameries, 16825c; dairies, 15Q23c
Eggs Steady, 20c
Cheese Steady, 13314c
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS? Feb. 5. Wool Unchanged.
Farmer Girls Win.
1 PULLMAN. Wash.. Feb. 5. (Special.)
The University of Washington girls basket-ball
team met defeat tonight at the
hands of the girls' team of the Washing
ton Agricultural College. The score was
14 to Z.
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor Chamber of Commerce
LOWER ON WEAK CABLES
MAIUCRD DECLIN'E IX 3IAY WHEAT
Liberal ScIIIur Also Tended to Send
Prices Donnwnrd-Corn Steady
and Oats Dull.
CHICAGO, Feb. C Trading In wheat was
rather light, and local longs were disposed to
sell, offerings being quite liberal throughout
the day. The lower cables, both from Liver
pool and Paris, showing a marked decline, were
the chief factor in causing the depression. The
opening was weak, with May off HSHc, at
7887&HC and & further decline to 7Sc was
soon made A fair export demand caused a
rally later to 79!ic but local realising brought
about another decline, and the close was weak,
with May at the low point at 78c a loss ot
Com ruled steady, in spite ot the weakness
In wheat, but trading was extremely light, and
there was little change In prices. May closed
steady, a shade lover, at 44U44Kc
Oats were dulL A prominent long was a fair
purchaser late In the day, which caused an ad
vance, and May closed Ho higher, at 30ic
Provisions showed a moderate advance early.
Influenced by the .smaller receipts and higher
prices for hogs, but the market failed to hold,
and the close was easier. May pork and lard
closed Tc lower, and ribs were 12a down.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
February ....30 73H 30 76 S0 73U 30 73H
30H S6K 36K
32 32H 324
16 85 16 75
16 3714 10 23
0 57K 0 C7H 9 47H
0 50 0 52Vs 0 40
0 30 0 30 9 22 V4
, SHORT RIDS.
May 920 9 22 9 10
July 9 07H 0 10 8 97
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat Na 2 Spring. 76K3S0c; No. S. 70
79o: No. 2 red, 75U676C
Corn Kc 2 and yellow. 43ic
Oats Nc 2, 84Uc; No. 3 white, 33H335C
Rye So. 2, 49c
Barley Good feeding, 42843c; fair to choice
Flaxseed Nc 1, 31.07; Na 1 Northwestern.
Timothy seed Prime, 33.70..
Mess pork-316.75816.87tt per bbL
Lard 39.47tt39.67H per cwL
Short ribs sides Loose, 38.0589.15.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed, 3S.12tt3S.10.
Short clear sides Boxed. 39.37tt30.50.
Clover Contract grade, 311.75.
Wheat, bushels .
Com, bushels ....
Oats, bushels ....
Rye, bushels ....
Barley, bushels .
Grain and Produce at New Yorlc
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. FlourVReoelpts. 28.556
barrels; exports, 3352 barrels. Market, quiet
Wheat Receipts, 34,dbo bushels. Market for
spot steady. No. 2 red. 82c elevator. No. 3
red, 83c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth,
89Uc f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba. BO&i
f. o. b. afloat. There was a moderate trade In
options today, with the undertone steady at
times on export rumors, but depressed at oth
ers because ot easier French cables; prospects
ot snow West, local trading and reports ot
French damage. The 'close was steady at 3ic
net decline. March closed at S3tc: May, SITi
8S2ic. closed SIHc: July. 78X870 7-16c. closed
Butter Receipts. 4S97 packages. Market firm.
State dairy. 15325c; creamery extra, 26c; do
Eggs Receipts. C614 packages. Market
steady. State and Pennsylvania. 23c; Western
un candled fancy. 23c
Grain at San Francisco.
BAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 8. Wheat steady.
Barley, no sales. Oats steady.
Wheat-Shipping. 31.47tteL52tt: milling.
Barley-Feed. 31.2031.21U; brewing. 31.25.
Oats Red. J1.2581.32V5; white, 11.2581.45;
Call board sales:
Wheat Steady: May, 31.45,; December,
1.27tt: cash. 11.62V5.
Barley No sales.
Corn Largo yellow, 31.2531.45.
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, Feb. 6. Wheat Cargoes on pas
sage, buyers and sellers apart; cargoes No. 1
standsjd California. 32s 2d. Walla Walla.
30s Od. English country markets quiet and
LIVERPOOL, Feb. B. Wheat firm: No. 1
standard California. 7s. Wheat In Paris steady.
Flourln Paris quiet. French country markets
generally 50 centimes cheaper. Weather In
REDEEM HAWAIIAN COIN.
American Money Arrives and Kins
Knlaknua's Head 'Will Disappear.
HONOLULU, Feb. 5, by Pacific cable.
Tho First National Bank has received on
the steamer Ventura 350.000 In United
States silver coin, shipped by the San
Francisco mint. The bank will at once
begin to redeem the Hawaiian Issue of
31.000,000 coined in the year 1SS3, during the
reign of King Kalakaua. Dollars, half
dollars and quarter-dollars will be re
deemed, but the dimes will be allowed to
circulate. Eight hundred thousand dollars
of tbe issue will be redeemed. Other In
stallments of silver will be sent here b;
tho United States Government.
Northwest People in Jfevr Vorlc
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. Speclal.-Northwestern
people wcro registered at New
York hotels today as follows:
From Portland R. C. Baker, at the
Albert: "W. 11. Lang, at the Broadway
Central: S. J. Sbeedraan, at tho (Marl
borough: A. N. Fisher, at tho Fifth Ave
nue From Seattle J. II. Dohcney, at the
Cadillac: 31. Blaycr, at the Astor; A. T.
Murphy, at the Grand: W. J. Morgan, at
From Tacoma D. Li. Rader, at the Fifth
From Salem A. N. Bush and wife, at
the Park Avenue.
From Sllverton. Or. A. S. Chase, at the
From Spokane W. A. Hal tern an. at the
New Amsterdam: J. Galland, at the Marl
borough; Mrs. F. Both, at the Albert.
From Republic "W. L. P. Burnett, at
Serious Fire in San Francisco.'
BAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6. A Are at 533
Market street, a three-story building, to
night caused 130,000 damage. The building
was occupied by Le Count Bros. & Co.,
stationers. Abrahams. & Boas, fancy
goods, and Eagleson Shirt Company. Five
firemen were taken to the hospital suf
fering from asphyxiation Incurred in
fighting tbe- fire.
Charged With Forging Checks.
BILLINGS, Mont, Feb. 5i-C. T.
Weatherbee was arrested hero today on
tho charge of obtaining 39000 from H. A,
Hyde, of Luverne, Minn., years ago, by
forged checks and no tea.
Fire "Destroys Car-Shops.
CHAGRIN FALLS, O.. Feb. 5. The car
barns, repair and machine shops ot the
Eastern Ohio Traction Company here
were destroyed by fire this morning.
Eight large electric cars and a snow plow
were burned. Loss, iSS,000, partially cov
ered by insurance.
Ton can run no risk when you come
to us. We cure and wait for our fee
until you are convinced beyond the
shadow of a doubt that you are well
cured to stay cured.
Exhausted Nerve Force.
Symptoms and Treatment.
Most medical men. according to their
taste and exnerience, come to have a
peculiar Interest In certain diseases; such
an Interest Dr. Talcott has long felt
toward functional diseases ot the nerv
Nervous impairment is ono of the
most common departures.' from health.
Our experience is that popular Ideas, at
least upon the subject of remedies, are
vague and erroneous. The causes of
nervous Impairment are ot two kinds.
In the first class 'may be placed sur
roundings and heredity, and In the sec
ond all those countless forms of nerve'
waste which are so common In modern
life, and which may be pretty com
pletely summed up In tbe words "over
work and dissipation."
x Nerve Weakness.
The symptoms of uncomplicated
nerve weakness have lone been familiar
to physicians, but It is only in late
years that their full Import has come
to be well understood. Now, there Is
no other disorder whose history Is more
clear and symmetrical and none whose
treatment Is more clearly Indicated.
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South Bend and a ray's
Harbor points 3:80 am 6:30 pm
North Coast Limited far Ta-
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Butte. St. Faul, Nw York.
Boston and all points East
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Twin City Express for Ta
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Helena, 8t. Paul. Minne
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East and Southeast.. 11:43 pm 7:00 pm
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8U Louis Special, for Ta-
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Butte. Billings. Denver.
Omaha. Kansas City, St.
Louis and all points East
and Southeast 2:00 pm T.-00 am
All trains dally except on South Bend branch.
A. D. CHARLTON. Assistant General Tas.
senger Agent. S3 Morrison St., comer Third,
WHITE COLLAR LINE
PORTLAND ASTORIA ROUTE.
STEAMER BAILEY OATZERT
Leaves Portland dally 7 A. it., except Sunday.
Leaves Astoria dally 7 P. OL,' except Sunday.
THE DALLES-PORTLAND ROUTE.
STEAMERS TAHOMA AND METLAKO
Leave Portland dally 7 A. M., except Sunday.
Leave The Dalles daily 7 A. it., exoept Sun
day. Landing foot Alder it.. Portland, Or.
Both phones, Ciain 331.
E. W. CRICHTON. Agent, Portland.
Willamette River Boats
Steamer POMONA, tor Salem. Independence.
Albany and Corvallla. leaves 0:45 A. M. Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Steamer ALTONA, for Dayton. McUlnnvIHe
and way, leaves' 7 A. 1L Mondays. Wednesdays
OREGON CtTVT TRANSPORTATION CO.
Office and Mock, foot Taylor street.
For "VALDES" Direct
S.S. "Valencia" Leaves Seattle
. FEBRUARY 7
PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP CO.
JB. Ik iIurtont Agent
- - - ' -ay..
and Unson Pacific
3 TRAINS to the East DAILY
Throuah Pullman standard and Tourist sleep
ing-cars dally to Omaha, Chicago. Spokane;
tourist sleeping-car dally to Kansas City;
through Pullman tourist sleeping-cars (person
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Kansas
Citv, St. Louis and Memphis: reclining chair
cars (seats free) to tho East dally.
UNION DEPOT. ' Leave. Arrive.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 9:20 A. M. 4:30 P. M.
SPECIAL. Dally. Dally.
For the East via Hunt
ington. SPOKANE FLYER. 0:00 P. ZL 7:33 A.
For. Eastern Washing- Dally. Dally.
n. Walla Walla. Lew
lston, Coeur d'Alene
and Gt Northern oolnts
ATLANTIC EXPRESS 8:15 PM. 10:30 A. SL
For the East via Hunt- Dally. Dally.
OCEAX AXD mVEIt SCHEDULE,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
8. S. Geo. W. Elder From
Feb. 11. 21; Mar. 3. Alnsworth
J3-23- Dock. 5:00 P. 11.
S. S. Columbia 8:00 P. St,
Feb. 6. 10. 20; Mar.
8. 18. 28.
For ASTORIA and way!8KX) P. SI. 5.-00 P. If.
points, connecting with Dally ex. Dally
steamer for Ilwaco and Sunday. except
North Beach, steamer Saturday. Sunday.
Hassalo. Ash-st. PoclcllO P. M.
x, - 0:43 A. SL About
For Salem. Corvallls Mondays, 6:00 P. St.
and way points, steam- Wednesday Tuesdays,
er Ruth, Ash - street Fridays. Thursdays,
Dock (water permitting) Saturdays.
FOR DAYTON. Oregon7:00 A. St. 3:00 P. ST.
Cty and Yamhill RlverjTuesdays. Mondays,
points, steamer Elmore.lThursdays, Wednesday
Ash-street Dock. Saturdays. Fridays.
(Water permitting.) I
For Lewlston. Idaho, 45 A. SL About
and way points, from Dally 8:00 P. ST.
Rlparla. Wash., steam- except Dally ex.
era Spokane or Lewis- Saturday. Friday.
TICKET OFFICE. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Tokohama and Hong Kong, calling at"
Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting- steamers for Manila, Port Ar
thur and Vladivostok.
INDRAVELLI SAILS ABOUT FEBRUART28.
For rates and full information call on or ad
drers omcials or agents of O. R. N. Co.
Union Depot Arrive
3:30 P. SI.
for Salem, Roae
burg. Ashland. Sac
7:45 A. ST.
ra m e nto, CJden,
San Francisco. Mo
lave, Los Angeles,
El Paso. New Or
leans and the East.
S:S0 A. M.
Morning train con
7:00 P. iL
nects at oodburn
(daily except Sun
day) with, train for
Mount Anrel. ail
uer.ann? ana xa
Albany passenger ..
4:00 P. SL
10:10 A. ST.
Connects at Wood-
burn with lit An
gel and Sllverton
7:00 A. M.
5:50 P. ST.
1(4:50 P. M. I Sheridan passenger.lHS A. SL
Dally. HDaiiy except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVICE
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:30 A.
SL, 12:50. 2:05. 3:25. 0:20. 8:25. 830, 10:10
P. M. Daily except Sunday. 5:30. 6:30. 8:80,
10:25 A. M.4:O0. 11:30 P. M. Sunday only,
9:00 A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland dally
8:S0 A. M.. 1:65, 3:05. 4:35. 6:15. 7:33. 0:55.
11:10 P. SL Dally except Sunday. 6:25. 7:23.
0:30. 10:20. 11:45 A. M. Except Slonday, 12:23
A. M. Sunday only. 10:00 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and Inter
mediate points daily except' Sunday 4:00 P. M.
Arrive Portland 10:20 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor line oper
ates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle. connecting
with S. P. Co.' s trains at Dallas and Inde
pendence. First-class rebate tickets on sale from Port
land to Sacramento and San Francisco; net
rate. J 17.50: berth. S5. Second-class fare. 115,
without rebate or berth; second-class berth.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Also
Japarr. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
1 1 i ijj
Ticket Office 122 Third SL Phone 6S9
The Flyer dally to and
from St. PauL Stlnne-
7:35 A. ST.
apolis. Duluth. Chicago
ana an points isast.
Through Palace and Tourist 8Ieepers, Dining
and Buffet Smoktng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
For Japan, China and all Asiatlo points, will
About February loth
For South -Eastern Alaska
Leave Seattle O A. SI.
Steamship COTTAGE CITY
or CITY OF SEATTLE, Feb.
5. 11. 17, 23; Mar. 1.
Steamers connect at San
Francisco wttn company's
steamers for ports In Cali
fornia. Mexico and Humboldt
Bay. For further Informa
tion obtain folder.
Right is reserved to change steamers or sail
AGENTS H. L. MURTON. 240 Washington
St.. Portland: F. W. CARLETON. 807 Paclfto
ave.. Tacoma: Ticket Office. 113 James St.,
Seattle. GEO. W. ANDREWS, NortlJ-Westera
Passenger Agent. San Francisco. Ticket Of
fice. 4 New Montgomery st. C. D. DUNANN,
Gen. Pass. Agt.. San Francisco.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Depot Fifth and
For Maygcrs. Rainier.
Clifton. Astoria. War-
renton, Flavel, Ham
8:00 A. SI.
mond, Fort Stevens.
Gearhart Pk.. Seaside,
Astoria and Seashore...
Dally. . I
7:00 P. M.
9:40 P. St,
Ticket office. 253 Morrison at. and Union Depot,
j. i. uaiv, mo. iw. aci., Astoria, vr.
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