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THE M0R2sTKG QBEGCXNIAU, WEDNESDAY, 2sOYEMBEB 2, 1904.
!T0GK 18 STRONGER
Marked Improvement in Cat
tle' and Sheep Markets,
OWING TO SMALLER SUPPLY
Adyance Is Looked For in Prices in
Near. Future Conditions in East
ern Oregon Local Produce
and Jobbing Quotations.
The long-looked-for improvement la the
livestock, market appears to be at band. Cat
tle are taking on a Stronger tone and sheep
are also doing better. The strength of the
market la dee to the scarcity of good offer
ings, as the majority of the grass cattle have
been disposed of. Good sheep are also scarcer,
and prospect are favorable lor better prices
in the near luture. The same improvement
Is not discernible in the hag market. Prices
In this state are from c to c above the
Omaha market, as they have been throughout
A good outlook for sheep in Morrow County
Is leported by the John Day News, which
Sheepmen of Morrow are very much pleased
with the sheep outlook. Sales have been very
lively the past few weeks, and prices are
tending upward right along. Good lambs are
now selling for I1.C3. and even as high as
fl.75. Ewes are bringing $2.25 to $2.50, and
few are to be hand now at these prices. The
fact Is, there are few sheep of any class for
sale in this county.
Buyers are etill coming in. and a few ship
ments are being made, but few Morrow County
sheep are now going out; nearly all those be
ing shipped from ' Grant County. A train of
16 cars went out Tuesday, and another chip-
lent of about the same number is due here
from Grant the latter part of the week. This,
It is believed, -will practically end the ship
ment for the season. "While there are a great
many sheep yet In the country, probably as
many as at this time last year, few of the
sheepmen are willing to let go at these prices,
as they have plenty of feed to carry their
flocks through the "Winter. Besides, they look
forward to better prices next Spring.
The prospect next year for both wool and
mutton is considered extra good, . as Fall pas
ture is splendid, and there in an abundance of
good, cheap hay. Sheep will start into the
Winter in fine flesh and perfect health, and
every indication points to a splendid clip next
Spring, both in quantity and quality. In spite
of the big sales thst have been made. It Is the
general belief that there will be as many
sheep fed in the county this "Winter as last.
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 129 hogs. The following prices
were quoted at the yards:
CATTLE "Bee t steers, $3.25; medium, $2.75;
HOGS Best large, fat hogs, $3.655.75; light
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley,
$2.50; lambs. $3.25.
Quotations That Were Current at Chicago,
Omaha and Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 1. Cattle Receipts 19.
000; market steady to 10c lower. Native
steers; $3.7538-23; native cows and heifers,
$1.5034.50; Blockers and feeders, $2.2504;
Tulls, $L75S3.25; calves, $2.25S.7&; "Western
steers, $34.50; "Western cows, $1.003.25.
Hogs Receipts 11,000; market 610c lower.
Bulk of sales, 54.705.10; heavy, $55.15;
packers. 84.85g-5.05; pigs and light, $4,408
Sheep Receipts C500; market strong, Mut
ton. $3.50S4.10; lambs, $45$5.75; range
wethers. $3.5034.40; ewes. $2.503.75.
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. Cattle Receipts 14,000,
Including 4000 Westerns; market steady. Good
to prime steers, $5.806.C5; poor to medium,
$4.455.75; stockers and feeders, $24.10; cows,
$1.3055(4.15; heifers, $25.GO; canners, $1.50
2.50; bulla, $24.15; calves, $37; Texas-fed
steers, $3.501.75; "Western steers, $305.
Hogs Receipts today, 30,000; tomorrow, 22,.
000; market 5c10c lower. Mixed and butch
ers, $4.8085.10; good to choice heavy, $5,109
5.20; rough heavy, ?4.60Si.80: light. $4,709
6.05; bulk of eales, $4.0505.03.
Sheep Receipts 22,000; sheep strong; lambs
steady. Gcod to choice wethers, $44.75; fair
to choice mixed, $3.25 S-t; "Western sheep, $30
(4.50; native lambs, $4.25S.S3; Western lambs.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 1. Cattle Receipts
4200; market steady. Native steena. $40.30;
cows and heifers, $2.503.S5; Western steers;
$32-4.60; Texas steers, $2.753.75; cows and
heifers, $2.25ff3.35; canners, $1.502.15; stock
era and feeders, $2.25.O0; calves, $35.50;
bulH stags, etc, $1.753.40.
Hogs Receipts 0000; market BglOc lower;
heavy. $4.S04.923; mixed, $4.S2HQ4.S5; light,
$40i4.H; pigs. $4.5034.75; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts 16,000; market steady to
strong. Western yearlings, $44.35; wethers,
$3.8034.25; ewes, $3.503.90; common and
stockers, $2.504.10; lambs, $4.755.65.
1 Grain, Flour, Peed, Etc.
Buying of wheat for shipment tothe East is
(still limited by the facilities of the railroads
'to move the freight offered it. Owing to the
condition of foreign markets, there Is no ex
port trading under way, and. consequently,
the -wheat business of the Northwest Is very
WHEAT Export basis: Walla Walla, 83c
bluestem. 86c; Valley. 8jrS7c; Eastern basis
Walla Walla, 84c; bluestem. 87c
BARLEY Feed. $21.50j22 per ton; rolled.
OATS No. 1 white. $1.30L32H; gray, $L30
FLOUR Patents. $4.6564.65 per barrel
straights. $4.3034.45; clears. $3.S5 84; Valley.
$4.104.25: Dakota hard wheat, $60fj.5u;
Graham, $3.604; whole wheat. $4&4.25; rye
flour, local. $4.60; Eastern. $5515.10.
MILLSTUFFS Bran, $19 per ton; middlings,
$23.50; shorts. $21: chops: U. S. Mills. $18; Un
seed dairy food, $18; linseed oil meal, lfec per
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream, 90
pound sacks. $8.75: lower grades, $5.75ff6.25;
oatmeal, steel .cut. 50-pound sacks, $S per bar
rel; 10-pound sacks. $4.25 per bale; oatmeal
(ground). 50-pound sacks. $7.50 per barrel; 10
pound sacks, $4.25 per bale; split peas. $4.50
per 100-pound sack; 25-pound boxes. $1.25;
pearl barley. $4 per 100 pounds; 25-pound
boxes, $1.25 per box; pastry flour, 10-pound
sacks. $2.60 per bale.
HAT Timothy, $1416 per ton; clover. $11 a
12; grain. $1112; cheat. $1112.
Vegetables. Fruit, Etc
A carload of new honey was received from
Payette. Idaho, yesterday. Other heavy re
ceipts -were a car of sweets and a car of
banaBas, both in good condition. Steamer
stuff arrived la satisfactory shape and moved
"VEGETABLES Turnips. $1 per sack; car
rots $1.35: beets $1.25; parsnips, $1.23; cab
bage. l(31Kc: lettuce, .head, 15c per dozen:
yarsly. S0c dozen; tomatoes, SOffSOc per box:
cauliflower, $1 per dozen; egg plant. $L50 per
crate; celery, 75S0c per dozen; cucumbers. 10
15c per doxen. peas 45c per pound; beans,
green, 4g5c; wax. 45c; squash, S1CL25 per
box; pumpkins, lfcc per pound; peppers, Sc
ONIONS New. $L35L40. buyers' prices.
HONEY $3.25 per case.
POTATOES New Oregon. 70ffS5c. buyers
wrlee; Meroed sweets. lHlic
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4 -crown. 75;c--layer
Muscatel raisins, 7Vsc; unbleached seed
tm Sultanas, 6c; London layers. 3-crown,
wtee'ie boxes of 20 pounds, $L85; 2 -crown, $1.75
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated. CBStyi
"uuu,.. "-. or Doxes. none:
tots, leeilc; peaches. 010&c: pears, none;
ahiihih, lwsj rrmca, rtJoc; ngs,
ta blacks. fi&c; do white, none: Smrr-
ml. ?Mc; Fard dates. $1.50; plums, pitted. 6c
XXMOKTIC FRUITS Apples, -choice. $1,250
LTS; eaeainon. 2350cr peaches. S5c?$l: figs.
$1 9T box: grapes. Oregon Tokay. $L25ffL50;
VMM, Fall butter. $1.25; quinces, $1; cranber-
?rsitCALFROTC-Xeo fancy. 35
-4; eoe $8 per box; orange, new navels,
.aUfl w; yaleoclas. $44 J per feoc;
fruit, $5 per box: bananas, 56c per pound:
pineapples, $4 per dozen; pomegranates. $1.50
62.50 per box.
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Etc
An veraupply of chickens and a poor de
mand caused a break -of half a cent In prices
all around yesterday. Eggs and butter were
BUTTER City creameries: Extra creamery,
30c per pound; fancy creamery. 5(227 Vic. State
creameries: Fancy creamery. 25330c: store
butter. 12314c Eastern: Extra creamery,
27c; fancy creamery. 2325c
EGGS Oregon ranch. 27S23c; Eastern. 23
POULTRY Fan cy hens,. 11H12; old hens,
lOVigllc; mixed chickens. SH&lOc: old roost
ers, 8c; do young. 1010c: Springs, 1V4
to 2-pourJ. 10VxQll broilers. 1 to 1-pound.
1213c: dreesed chickens. llHS12V4c: turkeys,
alive. Spring, 1415c; do dressed, old, 16917c;
do choice, I8l9c; geese, live, per pound. 8c:
do dressed, per pound, 910c: ducks, old. $63
6.50; do young, as to size, $7S; pigeons, $1&
CHEESE Full cream twins. ll14c; Young
Groceries, Nets. Etc
COFFEE Mocha, 262Sc; Java, ordinary. 10
020c; Costa Rica, fancy. lSQCOc; good, 16318c;
ordinary, 10312c per pound; Columbia roast,
cases. 100s, $13; 60s. $1342; Arhuckle, $14.73;
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1. $5.375: No. 2
Creole, $4.25; Carolina, 6c: broken-head. 4c
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails.
fl.Q5 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; fancy
-pound flats, $LB0; -pound flats, $1.10;
Alaska pink. 1-pound talis. STfcc; red, 1-pound
talis, $1.20; Eockeyes. 1-pound tails. $1.75;
1-pound Oats, $1.85.
SUGAR Sack basis, 100 pounds: Cube, $6.50;
gowdered, $3.25; dry granulated, $6.15; extra
. $5.C5; golden C. $5.55; fruit sugar, $6.25;
advance over sack basis as follows: Barrels,
10c; half-barrels, 25c; boxes, 60c per 10U
pounds. (Terms: On remittance within 15 days,
deduct c per pound; if later than 15 days
and within 30 days, deduct c per pound; no
discount after 30 days.) Beet sugar granulated,
$6.05 per 100 pounds; maple sugar, 15318c per
SALT California, $9.50 per ton, $1.30 per
bale; Liverpool, 60s. $16.60; 100s, $16: 200s,
$15.50: half-ground, 100s. $5.25; 50s. $5.75.
NUTS Walnuts, 15$ic per pound by sack, lc
extra for lis than sack; Brazil nuts. 15c: fil
berts, 15c; pecans. Jumbos. 15c; extra large,
14c; almonds, L X. L.. 15&S16C; ne plus ul
tras, 15c; nonpareils. 18c; chestnuts. Italians,
15c; Ohio. $4.50 per 25-pound drum; peanuts,
raw, Sc pr pound; roasted, SfflOc; plnenuts,
10Q12c; hickory nuts, 7c; cocoanuts, 85090c
BEANS Small white. 3Jc; large white, 34o;
pink, 4&c; bayou, 3ftc; Lima, 4fcc
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS Fancy shippers, 31; choice, 31c;
prime, 30c; medium, iSc per pound.
WOOL Valley, 19520c per pound; Eastern
Oregon, 10317c; mohair, 25028c per pound for
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 16 pounds and up,
16615 Vic per pound; dry kip. No. 1. 6 to 10
pounds, Vic; dry calf. No. 1, under 5 pounds,
16c; dry. salted bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound. 60
pounds and over. SSSVftc; 50 to 60 pounds,
7'Sc; under 50 pounds and cows, 6Vi7c; stags
and bulls, sound, 464c; kip. sound, 15 to 20
pounds. 7c; under 10 pounds. Sc; green (un
salted). lc per pound less; culls, lc per pound;
horse hides, salted. $1.60Q2 each; dry. $1L50
each; colts hides, 25J?50c each: goatsKlns,
common. 10315c each; Angora, with wool on,
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 45c; No. 1 and
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Dressed, 44Vic per pound.
MUTTON Dressed, 3h5c per pound; lambs,
5gUc per pound.
VEAL Dressed. 100 to 125, 77V5o per pound;
125 to 200. 4V2t35V4c: 200 and up, 3Vi4c
PCKK Dressed. 100 to 160, 6&V4c per pound;
150 and up, 0SiJsc
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds, 14c per pound;
14 to 16 pounds, 14c; 18 to 20 pounds, 14c;
California (picnic). 11c: cottage hams, none;
shoulders, none; boiled ham. 21c; boiled picnic
ham, boneluetj. He.
BACON Fancy breakfast, 18c per pound;
standard breakfast, 17c; choice. 15c; Knglish
breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds, 14c
SAUSAGE Portland ham, 13c per pound:
minced ham. lOVSc; Summer, pholce dry, 17fec;
bologna, long, OVic; welcerwuret. Sc; liver. 5Vic;
pork. 10c; blood. 5 Vic; headcheese. Sy&c; bo
logna sausage, link. 5Hc
DRY SALTED MEATS Regular short clears.
10V4c salt; ll'c smoked; clear backs. 10c salt,
11c smoked; Oregon export. 20 to 25 pounds,
average. 10Vc salt, HVjc smoked; Union butts.
10 to 18 pounds, average. 8e salt. 9c smoked.
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs' feet, Wbar
rels. $5; V4 barrels, $2.75; 15-pound kit, $1.25;
pickled tripe, -barrels, $5; H barrels, $2.75;
15-pound kit. $1.25; pickled pigs tongues.
-barrels, $5; J4-barrels, $2.75; 15-pound kiu
$1.25; pickled lambs' tongues, -barrels, $S.25;
4-barrels, $4.75; 15-pound kits, $2.25.
LARD Kettle-rendered: Tierces. 10c; tubs.
1054c: 60s, 10-Sc; 20s. lOVtc; 10s. lOTic; 6a. 11c
Standard pure: Tierces, 0c; tubs. 9c; 60s.
l"ic; 20s, ?ic; 10s. 10Uc; 5s. lCFUc Compound:
Tierces, 6Vic; tubs. Cc; 60s. 6c; 10s. 7Uc;
GASOLINE Stove gasoline cases, 24V&c; iron
barrels, 18c; 86 degrees gasoline, cases, S2c;
iron barrels or drums, 2Cc
COAL OIL Cases, 21Vic; Iron barrels. 16c;
wood barrels, none; 63 degrees, cases, 22c; bar
rels. lSVsc. Washington State test burning oils,
except headlight. c per gallon higher.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. 54c; cases, 59c
Boiled: Barrels, 60c; cases, 61c One cent less
In 250-gallon lots.
TURPENTINE Cases, 85c; barrels, 81c
WHITE LEAD Ton lots. 7V4c; 500-pound.
75ic; less than 500-pound lots, Sc
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
Good Decrease In Warehouse Supply of
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL, Nov. 1. (Special.)
Stocks of grain in regular warehouses of the
Merchants' Exchange at this date are: Wheat,
66,000 tons; barley, 46,000 tons; oats, 4400
tons; corn, 170 tons; bran. 340 tons; beans,
101,000 sacks. . Compared with a month ago,
wheat, barley and bran show a good decrease,
oats a large Increase and corn about a standoff.
Stocks of beans are (double those of October 1,
owing to heavy receipts during the month of
damaged stock, much of which is unsold.
Wheat options were active and strong In the
early trade, but soon receded, following the
course of Eastern markets. The closo was
steady. Barley was less ' active and easier.
Oats were quiet but steady. Feedstuffs and
hay were easy.
Receipts of apples were lighter, but the mar
ket was heavily stocked from yesterday's big
arrivals. Excepting for fancy Oregon Spltzen
bcrgs and sr few other-special brands, prices
were weak. The steamer Umatilla took a good
quantity cf selected grapes for Sound ports,
bought mostly at 75S5c per crate Citrus and
tropical fruits were moderately active and
steady. Fancy lemons were firm.
A carload of Italian chestnuts, the first of the
season. Is on sale.
Prices of raisins are largely nominal as the
market is unsettled.
Potato wharves are overcrowded and still re
ceipts from river districts continue heavy.
There is no outlet besides the city and sub
urban trade and the market is very weak.
Fancy onions are firmer, some holders asking
Butter is weak. Cheese Is steady. Eggs are
firm. Receipts, 26,500 pounds of butter, 2700
pounds of chese. 16,500 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 40O0c; garlic,
4Q4Vic; string beans; 105c; tomatoes, 2050c;
okra, 50 75c; egg plant, 30350c
POULTRY Turkey gobblers, 14Q15o; turkey
hens, 2023c; roosters, old, $4.50Q5; do young,
$55.60; broilers, small, $33.50; do large,
$SJ0S; fryers, $4g4.50; hens. $l0g6; ducks,
old. $43-4.60; do young. $4.5026.
BUTTER Fancy creamer', 25c; creamery
seconds. 20c; fancy dairy, 20c; dairy seconds,
CHEESE Young America, 1112Hc; East
EGGS Store, nominal; fancy ranch, 45c
WOOL Lambs. 1416c
HOPS 1904, 28S31C.
MILLFEED Branfl $ia5019.60; middlings,
HAY Wheat. $13313.50; -wheat and oats. $10
14; barley. $912; alfalfa, $10012; clover, $7
Sj-9; stock, $56?; straw, 30?C5c
FRUIT Apples, choice, $1.75; do common.
30c; bananas, $lf3; Mexican limes, $434.50;
California lemons, choice, $3; do common, $1;
oranges, navels, $3$3.75; pineapples, $1.50
POTATOES River Burbanks, 40370c; River
reds, 704290c: Salinas Burbanks, 90cQ$LS0;
Receipts Flour, 4400 quarter sado; wheat,
9000 centals; barley, 4700 centals; oats, 1400
centals: .Oregon oats, 4600 centals; beans, 6720
sacks; cam, 2400 centals; potatoee, 4S74 sacks;
bran, 250 sacks; middlings, 150 sacks; bay, 170
tons; -wool. 313 bales; hides, 900.
nop Sales at Wllsonrllle.
WILSONVILLE. Or.. Nov. L (Special.)
The first hop sale of this season at this place
was made hers today at 30vio per pound. The
transfer consisted of 34 bales -of the Gordon
Franklin crop to Peters V. Aden,- of this city.
Nearly all the hops at this place" are yet la
growers' hands, except a few small lots,
which were contracted early ia the season.
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, Mb.. Nov 1. Wool Finn; ter
ritory and Western medium, 22225c; fine xne
Jjdluaa. lSlo; tat, 15lc,
DO NOT UNDERSTAND
FOREIGN ADVICES CAUSE IRREG
ULAR MARKET FOR STOCKS.
Rapid Declines on News From Gibral
tar, Followed by a Rally
Strength of Industrials.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Wall street found
Itself -with a renewal of tho lnternaUonal
crisis on -its hands today, and at somewhat
of a loss to know Just how to handle the situa
tion. London and Paris, centers of diplomatic
information, had both adjourned their stock
market sessions over the All Saints' holiday,
and the Interest In the market had so far
lapsed that it was not thought even necessary
to exchange the usual cable mesiae with tho
foreign arbitrage houses. It was probably for
this reason that no effort was produced in
the local stock market by the ominous events
at -Gibraltar unUl long after the newspaper
extra editions containing the dispatches from,
that point had appeared on the street.
During the morning the market showed a
tendency toward recovery from yesterday's
decline The principal ground for lack of
faith in the market was the decided decreaso
in activity at tho advances. That is. It was
clear that buyers were not disposed to follow
the advance, but there seemed to be little
pressure to sail at the recovered level. For
the second hour of the morning the market
was duller than for several weeks. It was
Inferred from this that the principal buying
was to cover shorts and to take profit on the
short sales. The result of the morning buy
ing was to establish gains of about a point
in Union Pacific, Reading. Ontario & Western
and" Chicago Great Western, and 1 in Sugar
and Amalgamated Copper, beside comprehen
sive gains of a leaser range throughout the
The fact that no additional gold was en
gaged for export, as was thought possible yes
terday, bad an effect on the market. There
was a receipt of $500,000 Australian gold at
San Francisco, available for transfer by tele
graph to New York, and New York exchange
at Chicago rose to par for the first time this
season. Further advances In the price of re
fined sugar, the very large October exports of
copper and the approval of the September net
earning showing of the Erie and L. & N.
were considered favorable factoro In the mar
ket? By midday, however, the market bad taken
alarm at the belligerent look of the naval
and military preparations reported from Gib
raltar, and early In the afternoon had forced
decline of 1 to 3 from last night, the latter
In St, Paul. The difficulty about interpre
ting the foreign situation -was reflected again
in the substantial rally which set in before
the close It must be said that the lack of
clear understanding of the happenings at
Gibraltar displayed In New York, said to bo
shared to a large extent in London, and tho
deprecatory tone adopted by official author
ities toward any sentiment of alarm over tho
outlook was a factor during the covering of
shorts which caused the rally here. Three
great industrial stocks. United States Steel
preferred. Sugar and Amalgamated Copper,
were rushed up 1 to 3 points over last night
in the latter dealing, and tho recovery was
practically similar with a strong closing.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, par value,
$5,615,000. United States bonds were un
changed on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
do preferred COO
Baltimore & Ohio.. 16,900
Canadian Pacific... 13,400
Central of N. J.... 200
Chesa. & Ohio 7,200
Chicago & Alton... ......
do preferred -..
Chgo. Gt. Western. 21,300
Chgo. & Northwest. 900
C, M. & St, Paul.. 52.100
Chgo. Ter. & Tm.
C, C, C & St, L.
do 1st pref
do 2d pref
Delaware & Hudson
Del.. Lack. & W..
Den. & Rio Grande
do 1st prof
do 2d pref
2.000 143 141
Kas. City Southern. 100
do preferred 1,000
Louis. & Nash 7.000
Manhattan L 4,700
Metro. Securities... 6,700
Metro. St. Ry 23.900
Minn. & St. L
M. S. P. & S. S. M. 3,400
do preferred 1,100
Missouri Pacific 31,000
Mo., Kas. & Texas. 10.SO0
do preferred 4,200
N. R. R. of M. pfd. 000
N. Y. Central 5.S00
Norfolk & Western. 4,900
Ontario & Western. 1.400
P., C. C. & St. L. . 100 73 73
Reading 49,700 73 704
do 1st pref 300 S7 S7V4
do 2d pref.... ..... .....
Rock Island Co 94.700 33 31
do preferred 4.900 73Vi 72ft
S. L. Si S. F. 23 pf. 1.400 C2 60
S. L. Southwestern 400 21 21
do preferred 1.300 SO 4Si
Southern Pacific... 59,800 01 59
Southern Railway.. 24,100 34 33 VI
do preferred 1,200 94 93
Texas & Pacific 6,500 34 32i
T., St. L. & West. 100 29 29
do preferred 200 4S 47
Union Pacific 179,900 111 110
Wabash 1.500 21 20
do preferred 1.4O0 42 41
Wheel. & Lake E.. 400 1S 17
Wisconsin Central.. 300 22 22
do preferred 400 . 45 45
Mexican Central... 8,000 18 17
So. Pacific pref 000 110 115
American ..... 20o
United States 113
AmaL Copper 133.300 . 71 OS 71
Am. Car & Fndry. 1.500 2CV4 25 2GU
do preferred 200 S3 82Vi 821
Am. Cotton Oil... 2,500 31 29 Sl
do preferred ...
American Ice C00
do preferred 1,100
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Locomotive... 2,300
do preferred 200
Am. Emit. & Refg. 11,300
do preferred 1,100
Am. Sugar Refgr.. 4,300
Anaconda Mm. Co. 800
Brklyn. Rap. Traa. 32.800
Colo. Fuel & Iron.. 19.900
Consolidated Gas... 3.900
Corn Products 1.500
" do preferred 100 79 79 79
National Lead 1,200 22 V4 23 23Vj
North American... 200 05 95 , 94U
Pacific Msll 400 3SVi 37 37
People's Gas 7.900 10S 106 10S
Pressed Steel Car.. 2,000 31 29 30
do preferred 200 81 SO SO
Pullman Pal. Car. 3,000 226 226 223
Republic Steel... 600 11 11 1IV4
do preferred .. 900 63 52 52V4
Rubber Goods . 400 22 21 21U
do preferred 100 84 84 83VS
Tean. Coal & Iron. 2,400 68 55 57
U. S. Leather 6,000 11 11 11
do preferred 400 00 90 8O7S
U. S. Realty....... 100 62 62 C3
U. S. Rubber 1,900 7 27 27H
do preferred 200 84 84 S3U
U. a Steel 32.900 20 19 20
do preferred 89.600 81 79 Sl
Westlnghouse Elec. 500 170 167 167
Western Union 300 91 90 00
Total sales for the day, 1,369,900 shares.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1- Closing quotations:
U. a ref. 2s reg.104
do coupon ...104
U. S. 3s reg. ...104
do coupon ...104
U. S. new 4s reg. ISO J
do coupon ...130
U. S. old 4 s reg,10SV4
do coupon ..-.106
Atchison AdJ 4a 97
a & N. W. C 7e. 127
D. & R. G. 4s.. 101
N. Y. Cent, lsts.100
Nor. Pacific Ss.. 74
do 4s 105
So. Pacific 4s... 94
Union Pacific 4s. 105
Wis. .Central 4s. 92
. Clearings. Balances.
Portland , $721,302 $92,809
Seattle . 975,127 17S,923
Tacoma... ...... ...... 477,006 32,676
Spok&ne t... 497.789 63.463
Money. Excksge, Etc,
NEW YORK, .Nov. 1. Money on call, .steady.
232 per cent; closing bid., 2 per cent; offered,
2 per cent. Time loans, steady; 60 days, S
S pr wat; ft r Ml -six .awitt. S 9r
cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4&4 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady, with actual busi
ness in bankers' bills at $4.SC65Q4.SS70 for de
mand and $4.8494.8410 forTO-day bills. Posted
rates, $4. 5 and $4.8764.87. Commercial
Bar silver 58c
Mexicaa dollars 6c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 1. Silver bars,
Mexican dollars, 46Q46&
Drafts Sight. 7c; telegraph. 10c
Sterling on London, 60 days, $4.84 Vi: sight.
LONDON. Nov. 1. Bar silver, steady, at
26d per ounce.
Money. 1V4S2 per cent
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bills Jo 22 per cent; three-months'
bills. 2Q2 per cent.
Today is a holiday on the Stock. Exchange.
Changes In Available Supplies.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Special telegraphic
communications received by Bradstreet's show
the following changes In available visible sup
plies as compared with last account:
Wheat. United States and Canada east
of Rockies. Increase .....3.391,000
Afloat for and in Europe, Increase 300.000
Total Increase 3,691,000
Corn, United States and Canada, east
of Rockies, decreased 913,000
Oats. United States and Canadaft east
ot Rockies, decreased 769,000
Dally Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. Today's statement
of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balance $145,352,707
STRONG WHEAT MARKET.
Bullish Foreign and Domestic Advices In
fluence Chicago Prices.
CHICAGO, Nov. L Sentiment in the wheat
pit was bullish from the start. At the open
ing the markitwas ln"ttenced by the strength
of foreign grain markets, '-tho price of wheat
at Liverpool being up nearly half a cent, not
withstanding the decline here yesterday. The
strength abroad was said to bo duo in part
to unfavorable weather conditions In Argen
tina. The domestic situation was regarded
as favorable by the bull leaders. In the
Northwest receipts were quite generally ex
pected to Increase, but were little more than
half what they were the corresponding day last
year. Commlsslonrhouses and sit traders
were active bidders at the opening, both De
cember and May being in good demand. In
itial quotations on December were up c
to ec. at $1.10 to $1.11. May also was
up tc to c at $1.10L10. Offer
ings were enUrely inadequate to satisfy the
demand, and in consequence prices continued
to advance. The upward tendency was great
ly accelerated by alarming reports from Eu
rope regarding a revival of the Anglo-Russian
war scare. Demand for wheat was further
Increased by advices from Kansas City claim
ing that many reports are being received from
Kansas and Oklahoma alleging excessively
dry weather. The market closed strong, with
December at $1.12. May closed at $1.11Q
Strength of wheat was the main' influence on
the corn market. December opened Vc high
er, at 48c solij. ltween 4Se4Sfi-49c. and
closed at 484S.
In sympathy with the strength of other
grains, the oats market held firm. December
opened c higher at 2Sc, sold between 28
12Sc and closed at 2S.
A fair demand for lard and ribs held pro
visions steady, notwithstanding a heavy run
of hogs and lower prices at the yards. At the
close January pork and lard were each off
2c, at $12.37 and $7.07 respectively.
Ribs were unchanged at $6.42V.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
Dec $1.11 $1.13 $1.10 $1-12
May 1.10 1.12 1.10 1.12
July .90 .0S .95 .97
Dec. 48 .49 .48 .48
May 45 .45 .45 .45
July 45 .45 .45 .45
Dec. .28 .23 .28 .28
May 30 .31 .30 .31
July 30 .31 .30 .31
Jan. ..12.C2V5 12.37 12.30 12.37
May ..-.. .12.37 12.42Vi 12.37 12.42
Jan 7.02 7.07 7.00 7.07
May 7.15 7.17 7.12 7.17
Jan. . 6.40 0.42 0.40 6.42
May 0.55 6.57 0.55 6.57
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring, $1.1231.15; No. 3. $1
1.14; No. 2 red, $1.141.17.
Corn No. 2, 54c; No. 2 yellow, CCV4c
Oats No. 2, 29c; No. 3 white, 30ff31c
Rye No. 2, 79Vlc
Barloy Good feeding, 37t&3Sc: fair to choice
Flax seed No. 1, $1.08; No. 1 Northwest
Mess pork Per barrel, $10.90911.
Lard Per 100 pounds, $7.02.
Short ribs sides Loose, $6.857.
Short clear sides Boxed, $77.25.
Clover Contract grade, $12.
Flour, barrels 32.000 34,200
Wheat, bushels 132.600 99,900
Corn, bvshelo 18,000 33.400
Oats, bushels 259.600 298,900
Rye. bushel 7.Q00 1.S00
Barley, bushels ....120,600 35,400
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Flour Receipts. 3L
000 barrels: exports, 1400 barrels. Market,
dull and barely steady. Minnesota patents,
$686.40; Winter straights. $5.3533.60.
Wheat Receipts, 1000 bushels. Spot, firm;
No. 2 red. nominal elevator, $1.18' f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth. $L23 f. o. b.
afloat: No. 1 hard Manitoba, $1.06 f. o. b.
.afloat. A flurry in wheat early today, start
ing on firm cables, bullish Argentine crop
news, smaller Western receipts and bad Win
ter wheat crop advices, was emphasized later
by a war scare. Prices had a big advance,
but in the last hour yielded somewhat to re
alizing May closed $1.13; December, $L16.
Hops and wool Firm.
Grain at San Fraacisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, "Nov? i:Wheat and bar
Wheat Shipping, $1.4231.47; milling,
Barley Feed, $L071.17; brewing, $1.15
Oats Red. $L22V41.60; -white, $1.4031.56;
Call board sales
Wheat December. $1.43; May, $1.45.
Barley--December, $1.00; May, $1.08.
Com Large yellow, $1.42VsfPl.4a.
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, Nov. 1. Wheat cargoes on pas
sage, nominally unchanged.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 1. Wheat quiet. Decem
ber. 7s 4d; March, 7s 5d; May, 7e 6d.
French country markets, quiet. Weather la
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA. Nov. 1. Wheat Half-cent higher.
Bluestem. S9c; club, S5c
Dried. Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. L Evaporated' apples
show no material change. Futures are still
offering freely and with spot demand light, the
tone of the market Is easy. Common, 4$Hc;
prime, 4c: choice, 55c; fancy, 67c
The demand for spot prunes seems to be Im
proving and -with present supplies, not over
plentiful, some sizes being in fact ecarce, prices
show finances. Quotations range from 2?5c,
according to grade.
Apricots are unchanged. Choice are held at
9&10c; extra choice, 810c; fancy. ll15c
Peaches are In moderate demand around re
cent prices. Choice, 83c; extra choice,
9S9c; fancy. 910c-
NEW YORK. Nov. L The London tin market
was lower, closing at 131 12s 6d for spot and
130 12s 6d for futures. Locally the market
was a little easier In sympathy,, closing at
The London copper market .was lower by
about 10s. dosing at 62 7s 6d for spot and at
62 15s for futures. Locally the market was
without material change and showed a firm
tone. Lake. 13.C2914c; electrolytic. 13.62
13J57c and casting.. 13J7132c The ex
ports of copper for tfce month of October
smuaUa .to M.3M tgot, ag0at 30,46 ssm
for . the month ot September. So far for the
season exports are 205,344 tons, compared with
only 107,901 tone last year.
Lead was firm but unchanged at 4.204.48o
in the local market, while la London It was a
little higher, closing at 12 12s 6d.
Spelter was firm at 5.3533.40c locally. The
London market was unchanged at 23 15s.
Iron closed at 45s Id In Glasgow and at
44s Sd in- MIddleeboro. Locally Iron was steady.
No. 1 foundry Northern, $151S.50. No. 2 foun
dry Northern and No. 1 foundry Southern
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, Nov. L In the wool market this
week conditions hold Arm and the demand con
tinues steady. Manufacturers realize that
the available supply of wool is fast going out
of dealers' hands, and that their only chance
to get supplies is to take the wools while they
are to be had. Speculators are at -work In
ecoured grades, and large transactions have
been made. The scarcity of territory wools
Is a feature of the market. Wyomings are
about the only territory wool to be found
here In any quantity. The price of domestic
wools In this market, as baaed on actual
sales, is about as follows:
California Staple. 23827c: Northern choice.
23024c: average, 19320c; middle counties. IS
20c; Southern. 1516c
Oregon Eastern staples, 14g20c; clothing,
Territory Idaho fine. ISO 18 Vic; heavy fine.
1531&C; fine medium. 1&318o; medium. 19
20c; low medium. 21 22c
Wyoming Fine. 16517c; heavy fine. 1616o;
fine medium. 17tJ18c; medium. 20ft21c: low
Montana Fine choice. 2122c; fine average,
19Q20c: fine medium choice, ll22c; average,
Dairy Produce in tho East.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Butter and cheese,
Eggs Firm: Western fancy selected. 25c;
do average best, ,23024c
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. On the -Produce Ex
change today the butter market was firm;
creameries. 1423c; dairies. 1318c Eggs,
firm at market. 1618c; firsts, 19c; prime
firsts, 22c; extras, 24c. Cheese, easy, 1O0
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Coffee Futures
closed unchanged to 5 points lower. Sales
were only 4000 bags, including: November,
6.60c; March. 7c; May. 7.20c; September, 7U30o;
spot Rio steady; olid, quiet.
Sugar Raw, Arm; fair refining, 3o; cen
trifugal. 96 teat, 4c; molasses sugar, 3Vic;
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Cotton futures closed
steady at a net advance of 58 points. No
vember. 9.53c; December, 9.70c; February,
9.84c; March, 9.89c; April. 0.9Sc; May. 9.97c;
June, 9.09c Spot closed quiet. Middling up
lands. 10c; middling Gulf. 10.25c. Sales, 6300
Oil Prices Reduced.
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. 1. The Standard OH
Company today reduced the price on headlight
175 degrees test oil and eocene refined oil c
Advance in Sugar.
NEW YORK. Nov. 11. All grades of refined
sugar were advanced 10c per 100 pounds today.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 1. Official closing
quotations for mining stocks today were as
.25Justice $ .05
.25 Mexican 1.25
Best & Belcher
1.05 Occidental Con.. .74
.18 Ophlr 2.45
.30 Overman 14
.19 Potosl 12
.20 Savage 28
.85 Seg. Belcher ... .07
1.75 Sierra Nevada .. .30
.01 Silver Hill .. .49
.OS Union Con. 41
.42 Utah Con. ...... .09
.16 Yellow Jacket .. .19
Con. CaL & Va..
Con. Imperial .
Crown Point . .
Gould & Curry..
Hale & Norcross
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Closing quotations:
Adams Con. . .i
Comstock Tun. .
Con. Cal. & Va..
Horn Silver ....
Phoenix ... ...
Potosl ... .....
sierra Nevada .
BOSTON. Nov. 1
Adventure . . .$ 4
Mohawk $ 52.25
Mont. C. & C 5.50
Old Dominion. 26.50
Am. zinc .... 1:
Bingham .... 33
Tamarack . . ,
Cal. & Hecla . 59
Daly West ...
Isle Royale '. ..
U. S. Mining.
U. S. Oil
NOTED MAN FAILS TO AEBIVT3
(Honolulu Turns Out When Ship Car
rying Prince Fushimi Is Reported.
HONOLULU, Nov. 1. A report was
circulated this afternoon that the steam
ship Manchuria from Yokohoma, with
Prince Fushimi, who Is en route to the
United Suites, on board, had been sighted.
Five thousand people, half of them Japa
nese, rushed to the water front. The
Federal and Territorial troops were called
on to form a military escort to the prince,
and a procession was arranged to conduct
him to the Japanese Consulate, where the
Japanese Consular staff and Japanese
veterans of the. Chlno-Japanese "War were
prepared to receive him. Japanese Consul
Qai to and Secretary Atkinson, of Hawaii,
went outside the harbor in a launch to
greet Prince Fushlma.
At 5:30 P. M., the Manchuria had not
Caught Trying to Smuggle In Drug.
UHW YORK, Nov. 1. Customs agents in
Hoboken have arrested a longshoreman
in the act of removing from a dock a bag
containing- 3S0 ounces of a drug used in
the treatment of consumption, which. Is
said to be worth in this country $150 an
ounce. The prisoner declared the bag
was banded to him over the side of a
steamer Just In from Europe, and that be
was told to carry it immediately to an ad
dress in Manhattan, where ho would be
OfBcials of the Custom Service ara ot
the opinion that there is an organized
gang of drug smugglers operating here
largely in the manner described by the
longshoremen. A duty of 25 per cent pre
vails on nearly all medical preparations
and drugs, making the successful smug
gler lucrative returns.
Japanese Bellboys Again Employed.
The Japanese refuse to down. The- force
of bellboys at the Portland Hotel la again
comprised of young Japanese, and the
Orientals will hereafter "hop" where
"Young America" was wont to "hop" be
fore. Japanese bellboys were employed exclu
sively for a considerable time by Manager
Bowers until last Spring, when they be
came unsatisfactory and were ail dis
charged, white boys being employed. All
went well for a. time, but the white boys
were not Inclined to keep their jobg for
anything like such a time aa they should
become useful and owing to their restless
ness and the continual changes, a return
to the old order was deemed advisable.
Appointed Viceroy at Nankin.
WASHINGTON', Nov. L Minister Con
ger, at Pekln, has notified the State De
partment that Chou Fu, Governor of the
Shantung Province, has been apftolsted
Viceroy at Nankin, vice U Hadag- Jal, de
ceased. AT TSB KOTXLS.
M II Torrance. N" T
Mr 3c Mrs Lane. Seat
D O Kinney, Marshfd
A at Blake and wit;
S Q JFt. Chios j
E J Buaeey ad wife,'
J A CHwtM, My
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J7 A S Cottldton, cltylA D Cleveland. St L
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B B Sweeney. Seattle
C E Roy. Chicago
J W Coaeidlne. Seattl
J O Johnson and wf.
M E Warner, Denver
R J Shields. Salt Lk
A T e Forest and
, wife. San Francisco
W -F Cells. -Phl!T
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!E It T.vnn. MnTit
J P Gibbons, Omaha
E A Newhous, Jr. Chg
C H.Norton. New Yk
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P FT Gtllraan. Ki.tM.
J J H oram 111 and wf.
O Hayter. Dallas. Or
tr B Cornwall. San I"r
W McGeon and wife.
G McCahe. Seattle
N Scale, Washougal
R Alllngham, Shedd
Dr W J Mav TInW r-
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L D Kinney. Rosebgi
wss iv 1 .f line, uasra
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Mrs Anna Reed.
C E -Moulton. Tacoma
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IM S Woodcock. Corvl
H W Frazer. Goldendl
Mrs E Ellsworth, Sprg
Mrs Frazer, do
J McIIwalne, Dixon CI
Jiyrwe isusworth, do
A Rasmussen, Seattle
Mrs Rflxmtmn An
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Mrs A Nelson. Indepd
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Mrs W A Campbell.
T A Pilm,r r-l.v.l.n
J as .Bruce
Wm E Cole. Hood Rv
K Veloako. Aberdeen
W Beck. Lexington
L E McBee, Coal. Or
Mrs McBee. do
Ernest Carstens. Seatl
Mrs Carstens. do
Mrs C L Lewis, Olymp
J A Fallcensteln. Cosp
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W A Flrebaugh, city
W H Holllngsworth,
C J McLaln. La Grnd
Mrs P A Compton,
J E Cox. Idaho
C V Frit. Boise. Ida
Myrtle Lewis. do
Mrs E Fountain. Lews
G L Rose. Salem
Mrs Rose. do
Miss Rose. do
P S Strong. La Grand
;F Richardson, city
E E Allen. The DallsJ H Jones. N Y
Mrs Allen do Mrs Jones. do
Hazel Allen, do E A Vlnsonhaler, Seat
Everett Allen, do Thos Roney, So Bend
Mrs W T Hlslop, PendA E Jackson. T Dalls
Frank Brown No TmhH E Wicker. San Frn
Jos A Pitcher, N FwdrJ E O'Nell. Seattle
F A Bennett. BakerCWm Moro. Tacoma
D R Atkinson, city (Vera Adams, New T
F W Bastrom. N Y W W Boscow. Hlllsb
J M Hansbroiigh. RsbiGeo H Baker, Goldndl
Nellie Stoessel, do prion Klnersly. Port!
Lontlne Stoessel, do E C Bellows, Yokohnx
W C Sharpstein. S FC P Heminger. S F
jura u .ewis, Atianir c ijriggs, Jr..
Mrs M I Gillette. Asto
H D Parkins, T Dlls
C A Akers, Wasco
Mrs Akers. do
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Mrs Jordon. do
D A Akins, Spokane
C H Marsh, city
W J Furnish. Pendltn
J N Kent, Marvin,
Mrs Kent. ao
Mrs Goodnough. Sim
W H Kelly. Greenhrni
J v bpencer, San Frn
A T Kenyon. Seattle
Geo H Burnett. Salem
J Cohn. San Fran
O A Sproal, Fort Coin
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F W Benson, Rosebg
Edgar Canfleld, McMn
H G Van Dusen. Asto
Mrs C F Reeves and
Dean Blancbard, Ranr
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Mrs Hanson. do
.aitn Martin, Monroe
J W Kelley, Cathlamt
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A G Wlnlnger
J H Wlnlnger
T B BidWeli. Astoria ,
Frank Smith, do
Mae Chandler, Mt Pis
LUlle Smead, do
John Landlg, TT S A
G O Vaugban, Astoria
E Hlldebrand, Sumptr
P H Miles, DaUas
R L Miles, do
W S James, Latourell
H D Hutt, San Fran
A A Yandle. Hood Rv
C Johnson. Seaside
Geo D Goodhuef, Blem
F A Slackwell, Kelso
jos ituDens, aervais
S A Tobin, Chicago
Wm Pool, city
Chas Thwing, Carrollt
A s Cone, Buttevllle
J A Hanes, Elkton
Mrs Hanes, do
Jas Emmons, Veronia
O H Moss. Albany
E Evans. Monmouth
J L Reynolds, Carson
J McCormlck, Woodbn
Jars Reynolds, ao
D F Howard. Stella
P H Tucker, Macksbg
u 11 ureen. Lebanon
John H Gault. Salem
H W Cowan, Spokane
A Larsen, city
W F Jones
Francis Wlest, Stella
AI Buck. do
C Nelson, dty
W Morrow. do
C E Davis
R B Gllbreth
J J Kienrer, Dawson
J Kaiser, Yankton
Mrs Kaiser. do
J L Shepard, Blchfrd)
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Miss Alice Drinker.
W H Crabtree. Daytn
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Mrs J- Ernsberger.
Mrs H Johnson. Asto
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A H Cook. Newberg
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N Omet. Cathlamet
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A a Huntington, Ctln
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T N Stuart. Toledo
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Mrs L Hanson, Alaska
Miss Hanson. do
H G McClane. Salem
W Porter, Kelso
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Mrs W N Roberts,
W L Montgomery f Ast
F H Miller, Clifton
B Alger, do
O Harris. N Y
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W B Pennlston. Ashld.
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F Davis. Salem
Miss C Munroe, Astora
O E Elliott. Hlllsbr
J Mooney, Alaska
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Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American plan. Bates. 93 and up.
Hotel Doaaslly, T.acema.
Flrst-clacs restaurant in connection.
313 Worcester Block
General practice. Investigations.
Estate work. Special and periodical units.
Phone West 11.
We Charge Ne Interest f or
Carrying Long Stock
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Room 2. Grssad Floer,
Cham her ei Commerce.
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
PORTLAND to THE DALLES
JULY (EXCEFT SiXMT) 7 A. M.
Cetlms Hot Springs. Connecting at Lyle,
Wash., with Columbia River & Northern Ry.
Co.. for Goldecdala and Klickitat Valley
pejatx. Tending toot of. Aider street. Phone
Main 914. S. M'DONALD, Agent.
For South -Eastern Alaska
LEAVES SEATTLE S A. u.
ateasshlpo CITY OF SilAT.
TLS, Oct. 4. 14, 24, cailiag at
LKttriillfca. Douglas, Juneau
and Skagway; HUMBOLDT
fVALXNCIA, Oct. J, 22. via
'iVi COTTAGE rtrv n. T
10, 2L 3L via VaaoouvBr; mo.
in in 1 zr Jr.js.
Otsasacn eoaaeet at 8aa Fraacisco wit oem
saaya Kwetn ix ta falUemU, ,M-
ieoaad HtaHbelitt Bar. For Xurtaer laTorma
Uofi ektala loWNr- Rigst le rsservsd to caaace
Mmsmh ec aiUBS ""CJty of Seattle ioi
set eaU at Wraaell or British CoIaaMapsrw-
PartUad 349 Waeaiagtea C
SeatSle.. ...... 11 Janes sc tm Dock
lu 3 ote Maifcet .
- C P--CKAWX, Geo. P- Agt
ami Union Pacific
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tourist sleep,
lag-cars dolly to Omaha. Chicago. Spokane:
I?1' oleeplng-car daUy to Kansas City;
wrough Pullman tourist sleeping-car (person
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Reclining
UNION PBPQT. Leaves. Arrives.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 0:15 A. M. 3:23 P. it.
SPECIAL for tho ast Dally. Dallr
BPOKANB FLYER, 8:13 P. M. 8:00 A.M.
for Eastern Washing- Dally. Dallr.
ton. Walla Walla, Lew
Istoa. Coeur a'Aleae
and Great Northern
LANTIC EXPRES3 S:15 P.M. 7:13 A. M.
for the East via Hunt- Dally. Dally,
OCEAJf ASH RIVER SCHEDPT.-g,
FOR SAX FRANCISCO 8:00 P. M. 5:00 p. M.
B. &. Geo. W. Eldar From
Nov. 2. 12. 22. AUuiworth
S. &. Columbia Dock.
Nov. 7. 17, 27.
FOR. ASTORIA and 8:00 P. M. 3:00 P. M.
way points, connecting Dally. DaUy.
Trllh ntaamer for Ilwa- except except
co and North Beach Sua nay. Sunday,
steamer Hassalo. Ash- Saturday,
street dock (water per.) 10:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON. Ore- 7:00 aT M. 30?.M
gon City and Yamhill Dally. DaUy,
Rlvtr points steamtrs except except
Modoc and Ruth, Auh- Suaoay. Sunday.
strest dock (water per.)
OR LEWLSTO.V. 1:40 A.M. About
Idaho, and way points Dally. 5:00 P. M.
from Riparis, Wash, except except
eteamers Spokane and Saturday. Friday.
TICKST OFFICE, Third and Washing to a.
Telephone Mala 712.
PORTLAND Jb ASIATIC S. S. COMPANY.
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe. Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers tor Manila. Port Ar
thur and Vladivostok; S. S. Nlcomedla, Nor.
21; S. S. Numantia, Dec 8. For freight and
further particulars apply to
JAMES Hi DEWSON. Agent,
Telephone Main 268. Upper Alaska Dock.
for Salem. Rose-
7:26 A. M.
ourg. Ashland. Sac
ramento, Ogden, S&a
Los Angeles El
Paso, New urleansl
ana tne East. Morn
ing train connects
9:30 A. M.
7:10 Pi M.
lat Wood bum (dally
except Sunday) with
tram zor Jdount
field. W tad ling and
10:10 A. M.
burn with Mt. Angel
uu curenoa local.
1140 P. M.
3:36 P. M.
11823 A. M.
Dally. II Dally, except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN BERVICa
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:30 A.
M.. 12:50, 2:05, 3-5. 50, 623. 8:30. 10U0'P
M. DaUy, except Sunday. 5:30. 8:30. 83.
1023 A. M.. 4:00. 11X9 P. M. Sunday, oaly.
9 A. M.
Returning from Oswego arrive Portland dally
8:20 A. M., 15, 8:05. 43. 6:13. 7:35. S5
11 U0 P. M. Dally except Sunday, 625, 720.
9:30. 1020, 11U3 A. M. Except Monday. Vivli
A. M. Sunday only, 10KX) A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and Inter
mediate polnta dally except Sunday. 4 P. M,
Arrive Portland. 1020 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor Use oper.
ates dally t Monmouth and Alrlle. connecting
with." S. P. Co. trains at Dallas and Isdopend.
First-class fare from Portland to Sacramento;
and San Francisco. 420; berth. $3. Second.
class fare, 915; second-clasa berth, $2.50.
Tickets to Eastern' points and Europe. Also
Japan, China. Honolulu and Australia.
crri" TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
Puxet Sound Limited for
Tacoma, Seattle. Olympla,
South Bend and Q ray's
Harbor points Sottas SOpsa
North Coast Limited for
Tacoma. Seattle. Spokane,
Butte, tit. Paul, New York.
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 3:00 psa 7:00 aia
Twin City Exprese, for
Tacoma, Seattle. Spokane.
Helena, St. Paul. Minne
apolis. Chicago, New York.
Boston and all polnta East
and Southeast .11:15 pra - 7.0O pm
Puget Bound-Kansas City-
St. Louia Special, tor
Tacoma, Seattle. 8pokane,
Butte. Blllnss. Denver,
Omaha, Kansas City, St.
Xionis and all points Ease
and Southeast .............. 8:30am 7:09ast
All trains dally, except on South Bead branch.
A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Fa,
sengsr Agent. 233 MorrUoa at., corser Third.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrive.
Dallr, For Maygers, Rainier, rvaii-r
Clifton. Astoria War
8:00 A. M. renton, Flavel, Ham- UO A.M
mond. Fort Stevens,
Qearhart Park. Sea
, side, Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
7.-00 p. II. . Astoria Express. 9:40 P. M.
a A. STEWART. J. a MAYO,
Cossm'l Agt.. 24S Alder st. O. ?. t f . A.
Phone Main 803.
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