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THE MORXIKG OREGOSIAS, TUESDAY, JAXUA&Y 24, 1905.
St. Petersburg Revolt Disturbs
BREAK .IN NEW YORK STOCKS
Prices Recover Later on More Favor
able Advices, but Selling -Near
the Close, Due to Apprehen
sion, Causes Easiness.
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. The revolutionary
aspect taken by affairs at St. Petersburg over
the Sunday interval proved V disturbing In
fluence today In all the world's markets. The
effect was quite as acute In Wall street as on
any other market. The Russian crista proved
to be the deciding- factor In a tendency which
last week vu already growing up In New
Tork toward a spirit of hesitation and suspi
cion. In fact, when our market opened the
day was already so far advanced in St, Peters
burg, owing to the great difference In time,
that the more tranquil conditions them were
known to be established. The early weakness
of foreign 'stock markets had also passed
away to some, extent and effective recoveries
had been achieved. Tet prices were broken
here all the way from i to 2 polpts for the
prominent active stocks in the first few min
utes of trading and the feverish -contest be
tween the opposing tendencies was not "directed
in favor of recovejy until the first hour had
about expired. -There was fons substantial
effect on the side of depression In the shape
of selling for Kuropean account in this mar
Vet, which reached unusually large proportions.-
Efforts to interpret the events in St. Peters
burg were confused and varied. The known
programme of the -revolutionary propaganda
in Russia undoubtedly Impresses the financial
world, but -there was question whether the
Sunday outbreak was perfectly Identified with
the revolutionary movement believed to be In
contemplation. Sentiment during tho day be
came more reassured, and there was consid
erable recovery. When the time had passed
for the operations for foreign Account, the
tendency was quite clearly toward recovery.
The settlement of the threatened Pennsyl
vania strike and the resumption of operations
in the Pall JUvcr cotton mills contributed
cheering influences. The local traction stocks,
in their advance la sympathy with the rise of
Interborough Rapid Transit on the curb to a
new ulgh record, helped to Inaugurate the
rally, and Consolidated Gas joined the group
on the strength of Its annual report. Tho ef
fect of the unprecedented loan expansion of
last week by the banks was partly explained
away by attributing it largely to the transfer
of loans from the trust companies, according
to the usual course when money rates became
so cheap as to be unattractive to those Insti
tutions. Railroad reports confirmed last week's Im
pression of a lull In the freight movement.
both East and West, and a decided easing in
the car supply. The lower level of railroad
earnings disclosed by the reports for the sec
ond week In January 1 tnus made likely to be
carried over Into the third week returns. On
the other hand, the open wrather conditions
are for the benefit of operating expenses and
the conservation of net earnings,
The selling in the last ten minutes seemed
due to dread of unfavorable developments over
night, and it made sudden inroads uponthe
afternoon recoveries. The closing wan weak.
Uonds wrre Irregular. Total sales. $6,610.-
OUO. United Statt bonds were all unchanged
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Atlantic Coast Line..
Baltimore & Ohio . . .
do preferred ......
Canadian Pacific ...
Cow. of New Jersey,
ChApeakf t Qbp
8,800 8Gi S5
3.-W0 100 SBita
lliKMgo Qreat West. . 12.4(M
Chicago & N. .. ..
Chi., Mil. ft St. P.
Chi. Tor. S; Trans..
C , C. C & St. L..
Colo. & Southern...
do 1st preferred...
do 2d preferred ...
Delaware & Hudson.
Delaware K & W.
Denver & Rio G...
do 1st prerarrej..-
di 2d preferred....
Ion a Central
K C Southern......
Lnulpvalle & Nash...
Met Securities ....
Metropolltay St. Ry.
Minn. & St. Louis. ..
M.. St. P. i S. S. M.
Missouri, K. &. T
d profemfl ......
Nat. R R. Mex, pfd
New York Central ..
N. Y.. Ont. Wort.
Norfolk & Western..
X.200 7tPi 74'.-
&. H7',4 115W
ri.OUO 2S 22
13,20 1WH 105U 3055;
1.200 81 30 307i
HJ r, Cr tUa
Pitta.. C. C. & St. L
du 1st preferred.... 4(Hl
do 2d preferred.... 1.70)
Koi-k Island Co 3C.StX
do preferred ...... 200
St. U & S. F. 2d pfd.
St. Louis S. W..
di preferred .....
Suthrn lacltlc ...
S'utheni Railway ..
do preferred .....
Teva6 & Pacific ...
Toledo. SU L. & W.
do preferred ....
Vr.ion Paelflc .....
do preferred" . . ... '
WhAclins; & L. Erie.
Wisconsin Central .. .
I'nltrd Siatrrt ...... .
100 221 221
Arc Car & Foundry
American Cotton OH. .
American Ice ....... .
American Linseed Oil .
Am. Smelt. & Rfs..
Am. Surar Reflnlns
Am. To , pfd. eer..
Anaconda Mlnlnc Co
Brook. Rapid Transit
Colo Fuel &. Iran . . .
do preferred ...... .
International Pump.. .
200 3-ai 37?4
2.P00 S4V, i
S.JWO 114 113
8.400 141!4 14
00 preferred .
National Tad .
. ll.Si9 2Wi 24V
reople-'s Gas ........
Preyed Steel Car....
PuHrin Palace Car..
do preferred ......
Rihbf r Good
Tenn. Conl & Iron..
V 5. Leather
7' S. Realty .
I S. Rubber
i-flS i? 'S Jjf
r S. Stel ,
Virginia Car. Chem
Total mles for the day. 827.900 shares.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25. Closing quotations:
U a ref. 2s reg.l04Atrhisnn AdJ 4s. $i
do coupon ...104HID. ft R. G. 4..101
U S. 3 rg. ..l03i'N. Y Cnt lst.100,
do coupon 104HiNor. Pacific S 774
V 8 new -4s rep 130 do s .
do coupon 131 U. So Paciilc 4s .37
s; old -4s reg-lWUflrilon Pacific 4s.l03
co coupon ...105i wlr. Central 4s. viu
Stocks At London.
"LONDON. Jan. 23. Consols for money.
87 11-1C; consols for account. SC:
do preferred .102i
Ner. S: Western. SO
do preferred .- 94
Ont. A Western. 4M
Bali & Ohio ...104H
Rand Mines .
do 1st pref
do 2d pref
Can. Pacific ...125K
Cbes. & Ohio . . 49
Gt. Western. . 28
C. M. & St. P.. 170
D. & R. G 524
So. Pacific COri
Brie 41 5 (Union Pacific
do 1st pref ... SO
do 2d pref C3H
Illinois Central. 158 i
L. & X. 144
do preferred ..100
U. S. Steel 29
do preferred .. 95"ii
Al, K. & T...... S3
do preferred ..43
N. T. Ontral...l484jSpanlsh 4s
Money, Exchange, Etc
NEW TORK, Jan. 23. Money on call,
steady, li2U per cent; closing bid, lii per
cent; offered at 2 percent. Time loans; easy;
CO day?. 2fj2l per Cent; 00 days. 2i per
cent; sir months. 354 per cent. Prime mcrcan-.
tile paper, 2iG4i per cent.
Sterling exchange, strong, with actual busi
ness In bankers bills at $4.S775$M.S7S0 for de
mand, and at $4. 53054.8535 for CO dy.-.
Posted rates, $4.S6g4.fcSH- Commercial bills,
Ba.r silver, 60T4C.
'Mexican dollars, 47J4c
Bonds Government, steads'; railroad, irreg
ular. LONDON. Jan. 23. Bar sliver, firm. 2S3
Money, 132 per cent.
The rate pf discount in the open market for
short bills is 2V45T2 9-18 per cent; three months'
bills, 2H per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 23. Silver bars.
Mexican dollars. 50c
Drafts Sight, 7c; telegraph, 30c
Sterling on London. 60 days, $i.S5Vi; sight,
Dally Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. Today's Treasury
Available cash balance S137.270.S80
Grain, Flour. Peed. Etc.
The wheat market is stagnant, -with dealers
shovinc no disposition to trade and farmers
equally indifferent about Felling. Prices are
largely nominal, but the undertone of the mar
ket Is steady. Oats and barley are also quiet,
but firm. Hay is fairly active.
WHEAT Walla Walla, S3c; blueetem, 88c;
Valley. S7c per bushcL
FLOUR Patents. 4.654.S5 per barrel;
straights, $4,306-4.45; clears, J3.s5iM; Valley,
$4.1034.25: Dacota Hard -wheat, I6.o087.5o;
Graham. $3.5J-4; whole wheat. $44.25; ryo
flour, local. (5; Eastern. $50-3.10; cornmeal,
per case, $L00.
BARLEY I'eed. $22.50 per ton; rolled. 223.50
OATS No. 1 vhlte, Sl.3281.35: rray, $L35
&1.40 per cental.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. J19 per ton; mlddUngs,
$25; shorts. $21: chops, U. S. Ullle, $10; Unseed
dairy foods, $18; linseed ollmeal, car lots, $29
per ton; less than car lots. $30 per ton.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 80
pound racks. $6.75; lower grades, (5S6.2S; oat
meal, steel cut. 50-poucd sacks, $8 per barrel:
10-pound tacks. $4.25 per bale; oatmeal
(ground). 50-pound sacks. $7.50 per barrel; 10
pound sacks, $4 per belt; split peas, $4
per 100-pound sack; 25-pound boxs, $1.16;
pearl barley, $4 per 100 pounds; 25-pound
boxes, S1.2T per box; pastry flour. 10-pound
carks, $2.50 per bale.
HAY Timothy. $14?16 per ton: clover. $110
12; grain, $11012; cheat. $12313.
Vegetables. Trull, Etc.
Three cars of California vegetables were re
ceived yesterday, but they cleaned up troll at
goad prlcw. A new car of bananas trill be
offered today. Medium sizes of oranges arts
carc, but a carload Is expected Thursday.
VEGETABLES Turnip. $1 per sack; car
rots, $1: beets. $L2S: parsnips, $L25; cabbage.
California lfec, Danish 2c; lettuce, 1 head,
30v pfcr d&ien; parsley, 25c dozen; tomatoes,
$2 per crate; cauliaorver. $l.t)0f2 per -crate;
egg plant. 0C15 per -pntmu; o-lery, O?65o
Ik 1 dozen; puas. 10c per pound; beans, green.
l2Vtc; wax. 11c; pumpkins, ltfllic per
pound; pepfrs. Us per pound; sproHts, 6c.
ONIONS Fancy, $1.8502.25. buying price. 1
PCTATOES Oregon fancy. S5ii5c; common.
00675c. buyers' jrice; Merced sweets,
lc; new California. 4c per pound.
KAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4 -crown. 7c:
5-layrr Muscatel raisins, 7Hc; unbleached eeed
leu)' Sultanas, Iondon layers, 3-crown,
whole boxes of 20 Kunds. $1.85; 2-crofrn, $L75.
DRIED FRUIT Applet, evaporated. tJtfSfci
per pound; ftundrlod. sacks or boxes, none;
apricots, 10311c; peaches. 010'ic: pears,
none: prunes. Italians, 4fJ5c; French. 2H?ic:
Ilge. California blacka. 5Hc; do white, none;
Smyrna. 2or; Fard dates, tic; plums, pitted. Cc
DOMESTIC FRUITS AppUs. -Uer Bald
wins. $L25; Spltxenberge. $I.75Q2; cooking,'
754j90c: figs, 85cx$2.50 per box; cranberries,
$V.Strf?ll per barrel.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, fancj-. $2753
3.75; choice, $2.75 per box; orangts. standard.
$1.3091.75: fancy. $1.0062; mandarin. Gf C5i
per box; tangerines, $L5G(j2 per box; grape
fruit. $2.7Sj3 per box; bananas, per
pound; pomegranates, $2.23 per lox.
Butter. Eggn. roultry. Etc
Oontr' produce was dull. Receipts ef poul
try were light, and there was but little in
quiry' (or the ftock that had been carried over.
Eggs moved slowly. Butter was unchanged.
EGGS Oregon ranch, 272Sc; Eastern, 21c
BUTTER City creameries: Extra, creamery.
BO0S2&C per pound; fancy creamery. 22 Vi 32 6c
State " creameries: Fancy creamery, 25f50c;
Caluomla, fancy creamery. 25Q27ic; to.-
CHEESE Full cream twins, 13015c; Young
POULTRY Fancy hens. 12Vs013c; old hens.
12c; mixed chickens, ll&012c: old roosters,
lOfeiOVc; do young. llSflllte; Springs, lVj to
2-:ound. 14S15c; broilers, 1 to Ife-pound. 18
Sr20o; dretJKxl chickens. 13614c: turkeys, lire.
1717xc; do dressed. 18920c; do choice. 22,
'621c; getc, live, per pound. bH&c; j8
dressed. ll-124c: ducks, old. $bfy.6o; do
youRg. as 10 sue. iHgtt.an: pigeons. $11.25.
GAME Wild Keee, $464.50; mallard ducks.
52.50S3; widgeon. $1.7502; teal. $1.5001.76.
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Dressed, bulls. 2VJC3fec; cows. 3tHc;
country' steers, 405c
MUTTON Dressed, 507c per pound.
VEAL Dressed, 100 to 123. SfeBSc per lb.;
126 to 200. 5406c; 200 and up. 40Gc
PORK Drced. 100 to 150. 6h07e per
pound; 150 and up. ttJ6Hc
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds. 12$ie per pound;
14 to 16 pounds, 12ic; 18 to 20 pounds. 12io;
California (picnic), 9c; cottage hanM. 9fec;
shoulders. boiled ham, 21c; boiled picnic
ham. boneless, 14c
BACON Fancy breakfast, 18c per pound:
standard breakfast. 17c; choice. 15c: English
breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 14c; peach bacon,
SAUSAGE Portland bm. 12Ho per pound:
minced ham. 10c; Summer, choice dry, 17tic;
bologna, long, 5sc; welnerwurst. Sc; liver. 6c;
pork. 9c: blood. 3c; headcheese, 12fec; bologna
saurage. link. 4Hc
DRY SALTED MEATS Regular short
clears. 10c salt, lie smoked; clear backs, 85ic
salt, lOXc smoked; Oregon export, 20 to 23
pounds, average, lOVic salt, ll',e smoked:
Union butts. 10 to IS ponnda. average. 8c
salt, 8c smoked.
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs' feet, u-bar-
rels. $5; i-harreK. $275; 15-pound kit, $1.25;
pickled tripe. H-barreis. $5; fc-barrels, $2.75;
15-rwund kit. $1.25; .pickled pigs' tongues,
it-barrels. $8: U-bnrrels, 53; 13-peund kits,
$1.59: pickled lambs' tongues, H-barruls, $9;
K-barrels, $5.50; 15-pound kits, $2.73.
" LARD KetUe-rendered: Tierce. Uc; tubs.
10c: 50s. 10r; 20. lOHc; IOs. lftfec; 3s. ltHc
Standard pure; Tierces. c; tubs. I'c: 50s.
tne: 2fla. JVc: 10s. &iic: 5s. 9T4c Compound:
.Tierces. 6kc; tubs. 6tic: 50s. o.c: 10s. 7Uc:
Groceries. Nuts, Etc
COFFEE Mocha, 262Sc; Java, ordinary. i
02tc; Costa Rica, -rancy. 1502Oc; good, 16?
iSc: ordiuary. 10212c per pound; Columbia
roatt. cases, 100s. $13.5u; 50. $14; Arbuckle,
$lii3: Lion. $15.35.
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1. $5.37ls;
Southtrn Japan. $&5t; Carolina. 4V:ftCc:
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound talis.
SI. 75 per dozen; 2-pound talis; $2.40; 1-pound
4 Bau- 1-85; faacy. itri--
H-pound nau. SL10; Ate
tails. S5c; red. 1-pound tal
l-peundtalls, $1.75: I-pour
Atecks. pink, 1-pound
tails. $1.43: socxevea.
pound flats, il.85.
SUGAR Sack basis, loo pounds: Cube. SC. 50:
powdered. $6.25; dr- granulated. $C1S; extra
C. (5.65: golden C $5.55; fruit sugar, IU.15. ad
vance cver tack basis ns ro.tows; Barrels. 10c;
half-barrels. 25c, boxes. 50c per HJ pounds.
(Terms: On remittance within 15 days, oeduct
ic per pound: if later than 15 days and with
in 30 days, deduct Mc per pound; no dis
count after 30 days.) Best sugar granulated.
$3-!5 per 100 pounds; maple sugar. 15018c
SALT California. $9.f0 per top; 51.30 pr
bale. XJverpool. 50s. $130: ltt. $15: Suos.
$14 K)r-hair ground. lOOs. $53; 30s. $3-73.
NUTS tVaUiots. I3?ic per psond by sack, le
extra, for lts JTvan nack. Brazil nutn. 15c; fil
berts. 14c pecans. Jumbos, lie; extra large.
15c. almonds. L X. L.. 163hc; chestnuts, Ittl-
Una. 15c; Ohio. J 4. 50 per 25-petmd' drum; pea-'
null. raw. THc per pound: roasted. 9c; pine;
nuts. l(XfI2Hc; hickory nets. 7c; cccoancts.
5Wc per dozen.
BEANS Small white, 0c; large white, 3c;
pink. 3Kc: bayos. SXc; Lima. Sic
GASOLINE Sfve gasoline, cases, 24Vjc; iron;
barrels, l&e: 6-deg. gasoline, cases. 32s; iron'
barrels cr drums, sflc. '
COAL OIL Cases, 21c; Iron barrefr. 15Hc;
wood barrels, nose; 63 deg.. cases. 21Vrc; bar
rels. 18c; Washington State test burning oils,
except headlight, fee per gallon kigfeer.
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels. 54ci cases. Kc
Bailed: Barrels. fiOc; cases. 61c; 1c less in
TURPENTINE Cases. jS5e; barrels. Sic.
WHITE LEAD Ton Aots. 7Vic; -pennd
lots, 75ie; less than 500-pound lots. 8c
Hops. Wool. Bides. Etc
HOPS Choice. 2S829c; prime. 27c per pound.
-WOOL Valley. l320c per pound; Eastern
Orcgoo. ld317c: mohair, 25Q23 per pound for
iTfrvcr ,a. icn 1 it ,
15ei3S5 per pound; dry glp. No. 1, 5 to 18
pounds, 12c; dry calf. No, 1. under 5 pounds.
16c; dry salted bulls and stags, one-third Jeiui
Se; under 50 pounds and cows, 6tB7c: stags
and bulls, sound, 4fHHc; kip. sou no. 15 to 20
pounds, 7c: under 10 pounds. 8c; green tun-
salted). Ic per pound less: "culls, lc per pound:
norr maes, saiiec i-w eacn: cry. 1L50
etch; colts' hides,- 25Q5uc each; goatskins.
common.. 10015c each: Angora, with wool on.
TALLOW Frtme. per pound. 4B5c: No. 1
and greass. T&9Se.
UVESTOCK MARKET. .
Prices Quoted at Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 47
nheep. 238'cattle and 104
hegs. The market was quiet. The following most El lne e Qa "P 1
prices were quoted at the-yards: . 1 ut,on 0,1 My be,nC J1-15' nel a,n of
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers. $48 ' lc
4.25: caws and heifers x3t"V 1 plt traders were free sellers of corn early
IIOG5 Best large, fat Hogs, $3.50; black and
China fat. 4.5034.75.
SHEEP Beet Eastern Oregon and Valley,
Receipts af' Omaha anil
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 23. Cattle Receipts
10,000; market steady. 10c lower. Natives.
$3.5065.75; stockera and feeders. $X00&
4.25; bulls. $2.30fr4.00; Wcctarn fed sts?rs.
$3.50 C 5.25; Western fed rows. $2.0993.75.
Hogs Receipt 7500; market 5c higher.
Bulk of sales.- $1.6004.50; heavy. $4,769
4.85; packers. $4.654.S0; pigs and lights.
Sheop Receipts COOO market steady and
active. Muttons. $.30Q 5.75; iambs. $0.00,0
7.50: ranee wethers. S5.00fiiA.60! fed ewea.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. 23. CatUe Re
ceipts 3100; market steady to easier. Na
tive steers. $S.30S?5.73; cows and heifers,
$2.50&4.10; Western steers. $1.502.50;
stockera and feeders. $2.50 4. 10; calves.
$2.50 6.75; bulls, stags, etc.. 52.00 f 3. GO. '
Hogs Receipts 5 WW; market 5c higher.
Heavy. $4.C54.75: mixed. $1.6064.65; light.
$4.504.00; pigs. $3.7504.25.
Sheep Receipts C000; market steady.
Western yearlings. $5.5096.35; wtther..
$5.005.60; ewes. $4.2594.40; lambs, $4.40
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. Cattle Receipts 32.
000: market -steady- to 13c lower. Good to
prime steers, $3.7090.25; poor to medium.
$3.75 6 5.60: stockers and feeders. $2,250
4.25; cows. $1.25&4.40: heifers. J2.00ff5.10;
oanners, $L23ff2.45; bulls. $2.1004.00;
Hogs Receipts today 33.000, tomorrow
30.000; market 10c higher. Mixed and butch
ers. $4.6094.75; good to choice heavy, $4.70
P4.P0; rough heavy, $4.5594.70; light. $4.30
4.t3: bulk of sales. S4.6504.SO.
Sheep Receipts 25,000: sheep and lambs
10c lower. Good to choice wethers. $3.00
5.50; fair to choice mixed. $4.000 4.90; West
ern sheep. ?4.25jfS.50; native lambs, $5,756
7.73; Western lambs. $5.7307.05.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 23. Official closing
quotations for mining stocks today were as
...$ .041 Hale Nercross.$1.40
Alpha Con. ISlJustiee
Andes- 31 j Mexican ..
uest & uclcner. l.o.-.l Ophlr ...
.24) Overman ..
Con. Cal. & Va..
Con. Imperial .
Crown Point ...
Seg. Belcher ...
Sierra Nevada ..
Yellow Jacket ..
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. Closing quotations:
Con. Cal. &. Va.,
Horn Silver ....
Iron Silver .
Potosl ... .
BOSTON. Jan. 23. Closing quotation:
Allouez ... ..
Am. Zinc ....
Cal. & Heola..
Centennial . .
Isle Royale ...
Mont. C. & C
. . 7.75
ljnV. a Mining..
60.00U. S. Oil
5.13 Victoria ... .
NEW YORK, Jan. 23. The London tin mar
ket was easier, closing at 1.30 for spot and
1.29 12s Cd for future. Locally, the market
was unsettled by the lower eables and recent
arrivals for near-by delivery, and etos-id
2&.25029.5OC for spot.
Copper was also lower In the Esgttsh mar
ket, closing at fCS 2b 6d for rpot. and at 68
for futures. Locally, the market Is quiet, but
is nrmly held. Lake Is quoted at 15.50c; elee
trolytk-. 15.37t0I5.SOc and casting. 15015.25c
Lead declined about 2 6d in London, closing
at 12 15s. Locally the market was quiet -nd
lower also with spot quoted at 4.4504.55c; the
inside price being for full carload lots.
spelter was unchanged at 24 17s 6d in
London, and C.20S6.3CC in local markets.
Iron closed at 53s 9d In Glargow. and at St
o-i in Mlddieaboro. Locally Iron continued
firm. No. 1 foundry Northern to quoted at
$17.50017.95; No. 2 Northern. $17.50; No.
foundry Southern and do soft. $17.75018.
Dried I'ruit at New York,
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. The market for evap
orated, apples is not more man moderately ac
tive, bat the demand is steady and prices wrll
maintained, common are quoted at 405Uc;
prime. BHtyCHc; choice. 5(rc. fancy. 6S07c
Prunes continue quiet. There is a little
mere Inquiry reported, but buyers and sellers
are said to be apart in their views. Quota
tlona on pot rsnge from 2c to 5Hc. according
Apricots are firm, with business restricted
by the small offerings at preeent prices.
Choice are quoted at lO01Oc; extra choice.
11912c: fancy. 12015c.
Peaches also .are firm, choice quoted at Sfee
extra choice. 10H31&V. fancy. 11H-S12C
Dairy Produce In (Ke East.
NEW YORK, Jan. 23. Butter. Jrrrgular;
f-treet pricts: Extra creamery, 29 523 lie. Of
ficial prte: Extra creamery. lS3f Cheese,
firm. Eggs, firm; Western fancy -selected.
"c; western average nest, ic. :.
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was qaiet:
creameries. 19629c: dairies, 18024c Eggs,
firm at mark. lS023c; fine. 24c; prime, firsts.
26c; extras. 2Sc Cheese, active. 11012es
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, Jan. 23. The market for cof
ft futures dosed very steady, net 5 to 10
point lower. Sales. 211.003 bags, iftdudlitg:
Mrch. 7.437.50c: April. ".One; May. 7Tatf
7.80c; July. 7.i6Se; September. 8.103S.20C:
r October. is20&25c: November, S.25& and De
cember. 8.35c. Spat RfG. nominal; No. 7 ln
xolee. &c; mild. quicL
Sugao Raw. steady; fair refining. 4-Sc. -en-trlfngal.
M test. 5V4e: molasses sugar -4,r,
refined rtrad: , crushed, $S.$5, powdered, 6.25.
GOOD ADVANCE IN WHEAT
FOREIGN.; SITUATJ.ON AFFECT
-PRICES IN 'CHICAGO PIT?
Further Violence in Russia Might
- Cause-Stoppage of Grain Ex
ports From That Country.
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. At the opening the
sentiment in the wheat pit was Inclined to
I hearlshness. in spite of the bullish tenor of
j weekly statistics. World's shipments were
considered small, and the amount on passago
I wxs correspondingly light.
As an offset. how-
t cver- cHps in the Northwest showed decided
, increases. The market at Minneapolis was
wrak. .Traders here were more inclined to be
. Povcrned by domestic conditions than by the
, , .. .. , ... ,
f(,rt!sn situation. Opening quoutlons on May
1 wrre a shade higher to UtrSc lower, at $1.13
' to $1.14?. The pit crowd generally was bear-
1 iv but seilimr was restrained by the critical
condition 'or affairs in Russia. A fear was en
tertained that further violence might result
disastrously to Russian commerce, and per-
haps caused a steppage of grain exports -from
that country. Late in the day the market de-
j veloped considerable activity with a higher
! price In values. Dispatches from EL rcters-
burg added to the anxiety ofshorts. advices
1 atsrrtlng a renewal of disturbances at the
"avancea 10 lae-marcet ciosea ai-
In tn'e session, resulting In some weakness.
but later the market became firmer. May
closed at 45, the highest point, a gain of 1-5
A steady tone prevailed In the -oats market,
and trading was largely of a scalping ch"r
aetr. May closed at 30:i31c
A gain cf 10c In the price of hogs at the
yards caused fairly active covering of pro
visions by -shorts, resulting in a firm market.
At the close May pork was up 17Hc, at $12.65;
lsrd was up 597h?. at $7.02'-i; ribs were 10c
higher, at $S.S5&S7H
The leading futures ranged as follows;
Hlfu Low. Clos
...$1.13i. $LUVU $1.13s $1.15
.42H ' .42H
iz.lo 12! or,
6.80 ft.67!a 6.7715
aiC", 7.00 6.02i
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $I.1301.14U; X0. 3.
$1.0201.14; No. 2 red. $U5iiL18H.
Corn No. 2, 43c; No. 2 yellow. 43Uc
Oats No. 2. 30?ic: No. 2 white. 3I0S2c: No.
3 wane. 3OH03IC.
Rye No. 2. 75 Vic.
Barley Jocd feeding. 37c: fair to choice
Flaxaeed-No. 1, $1.15; No. 1 Northwestern
Timothy Prime ed, $2. SO.
Mefls pork Per barrel, $12.75012.80.
Lard Per 100 pounds, $tf.87H.
Short ribes sides Loow. $6.57U06.62.
Short clear sides Boxed. $6.0236.15.
Whlskj. basis of high wines $1.23.
Clover Contract grade, $12.73.
Flour, barrels ..
Corn, bunhels ..
Oat, bushels .,
Rye. bushels . .
Gralaouid Produce at New York.
N'EVYORK.Jsn. 2T. 1-ur Recefptr. 14
20 ban-cls; exports. 8100 barrels. Market.
steady, but dull.
Wheat Receipts, 13.650 bushels: soot firm:
No. 2 red, nominal elevator. S1.20U f. o. b.
afloat; No. I Northern Duluth, ?1.25j f. o. h.
afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba. $1.11H f. o. b.
afloat. Options had a firm start on tho bullish
cable news and smalt world's shipments, but
sustained a severe break under heaviness In
the Northwest, liquidation and larger Spring
receipts. Following this came a second ad
vance on & scare of shorts, and the market
cksd firm at Mc nl adrance. May closed
$1.14H: July closed $1.0214.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 23. Wheat and bar
Wheat-Shipping. $1.47Hgl.52H: milling.
Barley Feed. $1.16iL17H: brewing. $1.1SH
Oats Red. $1.401.53; white, $1.42ffl.57H:
Call board r-alas
Wheat May. $1.47; December. $1.31.
Barley May, $1.16: December, 91 He
Com Large yellow. $1.251.30.
Visible Snpply of Grain.
"NEW TORK, Jan. 23. The visible supply of
grain Saturday, January 21. as cftnplld by
the New York Produce Exchange, follows:
Corn 1 1.312.000
Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 23, Wheat March,
l4d; May. 7s d: July 7 Hd.
Wheat &t T&com.
TACOMA. Jan. 23. Wheat unchanged,
stem, 90c; club. 85c.
DALLY CITY STATISTICS.
January 7, to the wife of Henry L. Whls-ler.-574
East Oak, a son.
January 20, to the wife of Rutherford M.
Rau. 331 Gllsan. a daughter.
January 20, Englebert Schott. aged 60
years. 2 months and 13 days, 43 Ella. In
terment Sublimity. Or., January 23.
January 20, William B. Lob ner, aged 42
years. C months and 24 days, 247 Dixon.
Interment Crematorium. January 24.
January 19, Cclla Goodman, aged S years,
S months and 29 days. 714 East Madison.
Interment Talmu Forah Cemetery. January
January 20, Catherine Kate Neagle, aged
02 years. 2 months and 2"days, 733 York.
Interment Rlvcrvlew Cemetery. January 22.
January 20. Anthony F. Carroll, aRed 72
years. 4 months and 13 days, 249 Grant. In
terment Mount Calvary Cemetery, January
January 18. Mary E. Gould, aged 8 years
and 7 months. North Pacific Sanitortuni.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery. January 20.
January 20. Ming Li (Chinese), aged 30
years Second and Alder. Interment Lone
rlr Cemetery. January 21.
January 20, Dorel Wise, aged 64 years,
Ilwaeo. Wash. Interment Ahayal Sholom
Cemetery. January 22.
January 20, Nettle Follett, aged 34 years.
3 months and C day. 123 East Thirtieth.
Interment Lone Fir Cemetery. January 22.
January 10, John O'Donell. aged 73 years.
St. Vincent's Hospital. Interment Mount
Calvary Cemetery. January 21.
Violet Leonard, aged 0 years. East Twen
ty-nlnth and Sandy Road. chicken-pox;
B. M. Lombard, Broadway, between Thir
tieth and Twenty-ninth: $2000.
B. IS. Lombard. Hancock street, between
Thirtieth and Thtrty-arst; $2550.
B. M. Lombard. Hancock street, between
Thirty-first and Thirty-second; $2350.
B iS. Lombard. Schuyler street, between
Thlrty-Srst and Thirty-second; $2250.
B. M. Lombard. Hencock street, between
Thirty-first and Thirty-second; $2550.
Herbert Keroa. W&sco street, between East
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
Twenty-fonrth and East Tweijty-flfth;
B. M. Lombard. Broadway street, between
Thirtieth and Thirty-first; $2200.
L. W. Watts. Sherman street, between
Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh: $1000.
W. J. Danforth. Jordan street, between
Oberlln and Dawson; $1000.
J. S. wlrtslow. northwest corner East
Eighteenth and East Washington: $2500.
Articles ' of Incorporation.
Incorporation articles of the Western
Lumber Company were flled yesterday by
Elmer B. Colwell. William E. Pettlnger and
William T. Mulr. In the County Clerk's of
flee: capital stork. $15,000. The objects are
to operate sawmills.
Thomas Watson. 48; Katherlne Kane. 37.
Edwin .Hutchinson. 33; Lena B. Leflcr. 22.
Fred L. Ecker. 32; Myrtle Mott. 26.
Frank Healy. 31, San Francisco; Mrs. Mar
garet Hcaly, 34.
Rial Estate Transfers.
AVllllam EL Bralnard and wife to C. I.
Snyder, lot 16, block. 6, Terminus Ad
dition $ 290
Mary F. Wrinkle and husband to A.
V. Lfarneo. block 23, James Johns
Second Addition to St. Johns 3,350
Board of School Trustees to H. L. Mar
tin, west Vs lot 6; south 44 feet 2 Inches
of west lot 6. block 261. city 6,500
F. W. L id better and wife to F. W.
Baltes, undivided Interest lot 3,
block 49. Couch Addition 2.750
Percy H. Blyih and wife to same, same 2.730
P. H. Marlay and wife to George H.
Stevens, lot 10. block 37. Sunnyolde.. 1
Melvln Goldsmith to R. E. Sauvain. lor
tt. block. 6. Smith's Subdivision to
Smith's Addition 300
George W. Brown to H. P. Anderson,
lota 12. 1 3. block 5. Evelyn 233
Portland Truit Company to J. C Graham
ei si., lot 1. biock u. .rortsmoutn villi,
Mary Cadegan and husband to J.
Schmurr. lot 8. block 4. Wynkoop
Christopher D. Bruun and wife to L. J.
Amos. lot 1. block B 11. Dolan's Ad
N. C Mergts to E. Westberg. west end
lots 5. 6. 7. 8, block 65. Linnton .... 1
S. F. White and wife to C. W. Hender
son, lot 7. block 2. Dent's Addition.. 1,500
Aloys Harold to Mrs. R. Hall, lots 3. 6.
block 26, West Portland Park 1
Same to E C Hall, lota 3. 4, block
26. West Portland Park 7
F. A. Helm et al. to H. Julian, lot 4,
block 1. Mount Scott Park 223
J. H. Nash and wife to J. McRo'jert.
lot 10. block 3, Nash's First Addition 600
J. L. Hart man et aL to Portland. Gas
Company, part of block 48. A. L. Min
er's Addition to St. Johns 750
Murphy Will Coach Rowing Club.
BOSTON. Mass., Jan. 23. Dan J. Mur
phy, of this city, former coach of the
"Winnipeg crew, which went to England
and also xvon both American champion
ships at the Saratoga regatta- In 18K, has
Mgned and forwarded a contract to coach
the Portland Rowing Club after several
weeks negotiations. He will not be
among strangers, for several of his old
friends from Winnipeg are located near
Portland. Murphy Is a rare judge of speed
and form required by aspirants for the
winning place and has a brilliant sculling
AT THE HOTELS.
Mrs C Roy and daughW F Barrett. Chicago.
Medfcrd H Hinges and wf, NY;
L R Plachner. St PJG J Lambley. N T
M H Eastman. S F L Pragcr. S F
P R John, S F H W Rice, Seattle
L W David. Blaine S Kronbwg and wife.
R Smith. Spokane 1 New Tork
W J Webster. S F -F
Washington, D C
T T Ifcfes. Idaho
J F Moroney, S F
A McCarthy. S F
T C Ruppel and wife.
P Splcer, Vancouver
It M Tnttle and wife.
H N Anderson. Vancv
H B Black and wlfe.lA W Middleton, Vane
V S A
W A Grubb, San Frn
J A Brown and wife.
F Lee. Seattle
B Campbell. St Faul
C Williams. St Paul
L Allen. N Y
J J Swafford, K C
R C Coffey and wife,
P Zemansky, S F
T H Curtlss, Astoria
R II King. Chicago
E B Reed. Milwaukle
T Burke. Seattle
H G Klrkpatrick.
A P Jacobs, city
F B Thayer, city
B W Mulkey, Vale
O E Pollock. .Vale
II Boenlke. Clevelnd'
A M Smart, Chicago
A K Fletcher. N Y
W I. Clarke, S F
F N Dewey. Watertni
Mr Naylor. Boston ID E Murphy, Omaha
John Shields, Salt L
B F Wilson. Omaha
Albert Tozer.- Tacoma
Jas Stewart, Aberden
J I Wilson, Chicago
A J Shelton, Condon,
S R Mutter, Fossil
Mrs Multer. Fossil
J Sflranson. Chicago
F Davenport. Hood R
Ben Newman. Hood R
Otto Vetter. Chicago
C II Voegttey. Burns
C F Gilbert. Dallas
C R McCully. Dallas
M E Weathcrford,
Mra Magulre. Seattle
Emory Roller. S F
J F Day, La Grande
D A Fitzgerald. G Pss
Mtss B BarUett, St L
L W Irvine, Riverside
John Holmes, Cove
A B Cameron. Okla
Mrs Holmes, Cove
Mrs Cameron. do
J W Uunn. do
Ben Newman. do
J G Stevens, Cove
Mrs Stevens, Cove
Miss Stevens. Cove
Elsie Henry. Albany
Sarah Fastabend, Ast
R J Young. do
E Gustovork. do
Mrs .Gustovork, do
A F Peterson, do
W B Stone. do
P L Pauley,- do
A B Stone. do
W B Castle. Wal Wal
R E Armstrong. Cond
G Bukersok. Tekoa
H W Harrold. Ncwbrg
F A Morris. Newberg
W 31 Carruthers. apoit
W Van Doun. DutchHlNathan Jacobs. Kan C
Chas Scott, city jW C Albee. Tacoma
Chas Snyder, city F A Seufert. T Dalls
Anton Nolte. PendltniT Swlek. Grant's Ps
L Lomax. Bal:er Cl
C E Hutchinson. Ba-
ker City j
Miss M K Brlnck.
A M Sollce. Ontario
G D Emery. Everett
H A Canlleld. Seattle
J W Condon, T Dalles
C F Condon. T Dalles
A C Dougherty. Moro
Fred Paasch. Hood Rv
B Solomon, Texas
W E Brock. Pendleton
C J Howard. Seattle
a Tt Ruford. Wal Wall F Heacon. N Y
H G Sommermon, w 1. wmtmore. cngo
Glendale U K Anderson. acorn
J Demartlnl. SXF
H G Van Dusen. Asto
J R Banzan. G Pass
H G Smith and wlfc.1
W D Simpson. N P
J S Van Orsdale. Pndl
H E Ankeny. Eugene
Mrs I H Bingham.
H L Swaggart, TendlJ
THE ST. CHARLES.
L H Campbell
T Comstoek. Dundee
H C Miller. Seattle
J S Vaughan
Chas Powers. Seattle
C E Morris, Columbia
Wm Fraser, Clatskan
Mrs Fraser. Clatskan
Mrs Fraser. Clatskn
J P Bishop, city
R TW Grant. Scappoos
J S Cogswell. Or City!
C E Zelglcr
A S Cunningham. SFioick Hammer, city
Mr Cunningham, s i-IDan Acker, Stella
.T T Peterson. WIsig LoDakleo
B Chambers, LaCentlG W Staler, Roseburr
Mrs Chambers, a ;w R Munkey
A X Johnston. IndpIslH Ellertson
j B Huninger. SponlE Oleen; Deer Island
R D Crandall JE P Dodge. Mullno
J E Marchand. city IF D Haight. Albany
Dr Gloze. ClatskanleiA L Macon. Reno
Mra Gloze. Clatskanl Sirs. Macon. Reno
R L Eberraan ! Jesse Ridings. Dexter
C R Celler. city jF Kuehnel. Wasco
G E Beeaon, VanevrjChas Nelson, Alaska
II W Davis, Halsey jj B Emery. Astoria
Rov Kreltr. Dayton Ed Hogan. Cascades
G C Beavers iWm Robinson. Or Cty
Mrs Beavers i Green Chance
J E Relley. 8 F "
JJas Cooley. Coos Bay
A C'Hawley, Mlnnpls
P A Clancy. Oakland
E A Converse. Oakld
JI G Flynn, Oakland
L P Singer and wife.
H J Taylor and wife.
A -B Terrll. San Fran
C D Hall, and wife.
H B Hall and wife.
M J Ransey. Seattle
Mrs Wlsner. Stevensn
Miss Wlsner, Stevens
Mrs Truax and daugh.
C E Bates and wire,
Vancouver. B C
Chas Hunter and wf.
K J Paulson. Hood R I B Coffman, S F
M J Dickinson and I A Baum. S F
wife. McMtnnvIlle 1 P Luther and wife,
B H Karris and wlfe.t Ashland
San Francisco Miss Luther, Ashland
v v vanstrana. -xaco(
Tscoms Hotel. Taeenta.
American ptan. Hates. S3 and up.
Hotel "Donnelly, Tacoma.
First-class restaurant in connection-
Chamber of Commerce
BOOM, IN BUTTER PRICES
san frantcisco firms take ad
Vantage of light receipts.
Market Also Strengthened' by Actlvo
OuUide Demand Satisfactory
Auction Sale of Oranges.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 23. (Special.) The
local hutur market Is excited and higher. Ow
ing to light receipts, z. number of houses wtre
short of supplies, and those who had butter
took advantage of tfie opportunity to boom
prices. Creamery extras advanced to 2682H5
centiv some specials wllfng at 2S cents. An
other cause of the firmness Is the active outside
demand. Twenty-three large wholesale houses
here have petitioned the Legislature to pass a
bilt Just Introduced requiring the weight of
every package of butter between half a pound
and six poundr, to be plainly registered there
on, to secure uniformity of weight and protect
consumer. Cheese is In ample supply, but
steady. Eggs are lower. Receipts. 31,500
pounds butter. 6,800 pounds cheese. 18.200
Grain dealings In the new hall of the Mer
chants Exchange were not extensive, but
prices gradually strengthened and closed firm
for the leading cereals. Rye was strong, with
a ale at $1.50. Feedstuffs were quiet and
easy, owing to rain.
The auction sale of oranges was the largest
and most satisfactory held this year. Six car
load? cf navels sold readily as follows: Fancy.
$1.2091.70: choice. $1.10f71.40; standard. $1.05
1.30. A carload of fancy tanxerlnes broucht
iODOc. The open market for all citrus fruits
was quiet. Apples were easy. Tropical
fruits were in ample supply.
Ordinary potatoes arrived heavily, and were
easy, but prime offerings remained firm.
Sweets were higher. Fancy onions advanced
VEGETABLES Garlic. 8810c: green peas,
4S3c; string beans, EfflOc; tomatoes. $1.01.50;
SG plant. 7 6- 10c.
ruiLTlll-Turkey gobblers'. 19'g21c: rooit-
ers. old, $4.503: do young. $5.506.30; hrcll-
ers. small. $2.3033; large. $393.50: fryers,
$4.5085.50; hens. $4.5036.50; ducks, old. $4.50
5.50; do young. ?(VS7.
CHEESE Young America. Ilgl2"4c; East
BUTTER Fancy creamery, -Yzc: creamery
seconds. 25c; fancy dairy, 23c; dairy sec
EGGS Store, 24f25c: fancy ranch, 28c.
WOOL Lambs'. 16glSc.
HAl wheat, $10915; wheat and oats. $10
14; barley. $9Q11: alfalfa. $0611.50: clover. IT
69; stock:. $57: straw. 4,Kgo5c
MILLFEED Bran. $19.5OS20.30; middlings.
HOPS 1904, 27&30C.
FRUIT Apples, choice, $1.75; do common.
60c; bananas. 75c$$2.60; Mexican limes, $4.50
go: California lemons, choice. $250; do com
mon. $1; oranges, navels. $102; pineapples,
POTATOES Early Rose. $1.30&1.45; River
Burbanks, 05990c; River reds, 55865c; Salinas
Burbanks, $131.43; sweets, $ie,L10; Oregon
RECEIPTS Flour. 6260 quarter sacks; wheat.
1465 centals; barley, 10,210 centals; oats, 5920
centals; beant. 270 sacks; corn. 1200 centals
potatoes, 633 eacks; middlings, 100 sacks;
hay. 370 tons; wool. 52 bales; hides, 425.
London Wool Sales.
LONDON, Jsn. 23. The offerings; at the wool
auction sales today amounted to 12,982 bates.
There was a keta demand for a good selection
ot isew boutn wales and Queensland grey
merinos at urm rates. Faulty descriptions
wens steady. Scoureds were difficult to buy
at late rates, crorc-breds hardening under ani
mated buying. American buyers securing grey
merino, cross-breds and half-bretls. Cape of
Good Hope and Natal was steady at full rates.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. Cotton Futures
closed steady at a net decline of 11017 points
January. -6.50c: February. 6.53c: March. 6.59c
Apr!l,6.6(c: May. 6.67c; June. 6.72c
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 23. Wool Nominal
medium grades, combing and clothing. 23929c
light fine. 1822'(ic; heavy fine. 14918c; tub
Elgin Butter Market.'
ELGIN. 111.. Jan. 23. Butter Firm and un
changed at 29Hc; sales for the week were
We Cbarge Na Interest lot
Carrying Long Stock
General Office tf !2Ws
ZL K. lliVa, Corns pcxd cat.
Room z. Greaad Iloor,
numfejf ! Commexoe. ,
PORTLAND to THE DALLES
BAIL! (ElCtPT SOtiDAT) 7 A. H.
Direct 11ns for- MoZetl's. St. Martin's and
Collins Hot Springs. Connecting at Lyle,
Wash., with Columbia Klvtr & Northern Ry.
CO.. for Goldendale ana Klickitat Vailey points.
Landing toot of Alder st. Phona 5Uin 114.
8. M' DONALD. Agent.
For South -Eastern Alaska
Steamers of the company, or
for which it Is agent, ieava
SEATTLE 9 A. M., TACOMA
C P. il.. day previous; steam
ships COTTAGE CITY (Jan. 2,
rria muubw ana Biixa; Jan.
17. 31. SKAGWAY DUtECT.l
RAMONA (Jan. 10. 24. tivr.
way direct): both vessels mat
ing regular s. - Alaska ports
ot van: toiuge iry calls at
Vancouver: "Ramona CALLS AT VICTORIA.
CTTY OF SEATTLE leaves Seattle Tuesdays,
Thuradajs. Sundays. 10 P. M. ; call at Everett
and Bellingham. ileturning. leaves Vancouver
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, calling at
Steamers connect at San Francisco with com.
panys steamers for porta in California. Mex
ico and Humboldt Bay. For further informa
tion obtain folder. Right Is reserved to change
steamers or sallinz date.
Portland 249 Washington st.
Seattle 113 James u and Dock.
San Francisco .10 Market sr.
C D. DUN ANN, Gen. Pass. Age,
Xti Macet r San JTranclsco.
ak union Pacihc
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullmaa standard and tourist sleep-
tng-cars dally to Omaha. Chicago. Spokane
tourist sleeping-car daily to Kansas Cltyj
through Pullmaa tourist sleeping-car (person
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Recltning
chair-cars (seats free) to the East dally.
UNION DEPOT. Leaves. Arrive-.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 9:15 A. M. S:2& P. M.
SPECIAL for tb East Dally. Dally,
SPOKANE FLYER. ':cP.Jt j5-.
For Eastern Washington. Walla Walla. Lw
Uton.Courd'Aleae and Great Northern points.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS. ... a xt 7-15 1 v
fothe.East rtx Hunt- 7fe
FOR ASTORIA and 8:00 P.M. 3:00 P. M.
way points, connecting Daily. Dally
with steamer for Uwa- except except -co
and North Beach Sunday. Sunday
steamer Hassalo. Ash- Saturday.
street dock (water per.) 10:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON. Ore. , K.n-p m
gun City and Yamhill S,t
River polnta. Aah-swt aS.
dock (water permitting)
FOR iEWISTON. 5:40 A. M About
Idaho, and way points. Dally. 5:00 P.M.
from Rlparis. Wash. ex. Sat. . ex. Fri.
TICKET OFFICII Third nrt tVashlnirto-B.
Telephone Main 712. C. TV. SUnger. City Tick
et Agent: A. L. Craig. General Passenger Agent.
fan Franclco & Portland S. S. Co.
For San Francisco every flvo days at 8 P. 1L.
from Alnsworth dock. S. S. Costa Rica,
Jan. 31., Feb. 10th. S. S. Columbia, Jan. 25.
February 5. 1905.
Portland Astatic S. S. Company.
For Yokohama, Kobe, Moji and Hong Kong.
takisg freight via connecting steamers tor
Nagasaki. Shanghai. Manila, Port Arthur and
Vladivostok. S. S. Nlcomedla. February 17.
S. S. Numantta, March 9. For freight and
further particulars, apply to
JAMES H. DE4VS0N. Agent.
Telephone Main 268. 243 Washington St.
I o teJrtlAiJL iX
I ntxS TRAINS
8:S0 P. U. Ifor aalem. KOse-l
7:23 A. M.
uurg. Ashland. l-Ue-l.amcnto,
Los Angeles. .1
Paso. New Orleans
and th East.
Morning train con
nect at Woodbum
(dally except aan-
day) with train lurj
Ung and Natron.
4-00 P. K-
connecti: at wood
burn, with MLAsgeli .
and suvertoa local.
7-30 A. M.
11430 P. M.
3:30 P. SC.
HS-25 A. M.
Daily. UDaUy exct")t aunaay.
PORTLAND-OS WE GO SUBURBAN 8ERVICS
Leava Portland dally for Oswego at 7:39 A
M 12:50. 2:05. 325. 620. 6:25. 7:45. 10:19 P.
Ml' TJafly. except Sunday. B:S0. 630. J33w,
1025 A. JL. 4a. 1130 P. M. Sunday, only,
S A. M.
Returning from Oswego arrive Portland dally
830 A. M-. 1:05. 3:05. 435. 6:15. 7:35. 85,
1110 P 1L Dally except Sunday. 6:25, 72o,
9-SO. 10:20. 11:45 A. M. Kxcent Monday. 13:23
1 iL Sunday only, 10:00 A. si.
lava from ame aepot for Dallas and inter
medULts polnu dally except Sunday. 4 P. M.
Arrive Portland. 10:20 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor 11ns oper
ates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle. connecting
with S- P. Co. trains at Dallas and Indepeac-
eCvfrtcUos far from Portland to Sacrament
end San Francisco. 20; berth. $5. Second
class fare $13; second-cUsa berth. $2.50.
Tickets io Eastern points and Europe. Also
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Puget Sound Limited for
Tacoma, Seattle. Olympla.
South Bend and dray s
8:30 am 4:45 pip
Norths Coast Limueo tor
Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane.
Butte. St. Paul. New York.
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 3:00pm
Twin City Express; for
Tacoma. Seattle. Spokane.
Helena, bt. Paul, Minne
apolis, Chicago, New York,
.boston and all points East
and Southeast 11:43 spa
Puget Bound-Kansas City
Si. Louis SpsclaJ. for
Tafoma. Seattle. Spokane.
Butte. Billings. Denver,
Omaha, KsnmT City, St.
Louis and all points East
and Southeast .. 3:30 am 760 9
All trains daily, except on South Bsad hranclu
A. D. CHARLTON, ' Assistant General Pas.
senger Agent. 235 Morrison su. corasr Thlra,
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
rjajiy For Maygers, Rainier, Daily.
CUf ton, Astoria, War.
8:00 A. M. renton. FUvei. Hans. 11:19
0 mond. Fort Stevens,
Uearbart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Daily.
7:00 P. M. AsWrlaExpreaa. 9:40 P. 34.
C A STEWART. J. C MAYO,
Comm'l Agt... 248 Alder st. G. F. A P. A,
Phone Mala 906.
City Ticket Office. 122 3d st. Phono 6M,
2 0VEBLAHD TEACTS DAILY O
The Flyer and tho Fast MalL
For tickets, rates, folders and fall itw
formation, call os or address
B. DICKSON. City Psjweager aad Xtaltot
Agt 122 Third street. Portland. Or.
S. S. SHINANO MAU
rtr Japan. Chins and all AsiotJev Parte
Xert teeeUUo afeost 7ek. Utk,