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THE MOBNIKG OREGONIAlf, SATURDAY. . 3"ANTJABY 28, 190$.
CHECKED BY STORMS
Distributive Trade -Affected
IRREGULARITY IN REPORTS
Most Industrial Lines Continue Busy,
Testifying io Confidence That
Interruption Will Be Brief
Foreign Trade Gaining.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Bradstreet'e tomorrow
Inclement -weather has retarded distributive
trado, railway traffic and some forms of pro
duction throughout a wide area. The result
is some Irregularity la the reports from differ
ent sections. Industry still leads distribution
in activity. The volume o new buying: In
iron Is light, but specifications are coming
out freely and current production Is above the
rrmi-traiiin. Seasonable Influences affect sales
of lumber, but that Industry Is In a very
strong position In the Northwest. The South
ern lumber and naval stores industry shows
general improvement, and even In ttte-JPaclflo
Northwest there are signs of reaction from the
1o Intense degression.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending January 28 number 228,
ra!nt 304 last week and 342 In the like
week last year. In Canada failures for the
vMk number 43. against 37 last week.
"Wheat, Including flour, exports for the week
ending January 23, are 1,101.580 bushels,
against 1.13S.040 bushels last week. 2,917.602
ym shrlii this vt-cck last year. From July 1 to
date the exports era 39.111,775 bushels, against
65,747,118 bushels last year.
POEEIGX COMMERCE INCREASES
Hall war Earnings Show Only a Slight
ttftot YORK. Jan. 27. Dun's "Weekly Re-
'iriATtf of Trad tomorrow Will av:
Ktnrmii nf homo and complications abroad
tended to check activity in commercial and
finanrtni markets, but most industrial lines
continue busy, testifying to confidence that
id' lnterruntlon will be brief.
Foreign commerce at tins port for the last
week shows a gain of $779,924 In imports and
a loss of S1.690.17J la exports, as compared
vith i same time in 1901. Railway earnings
la January were only .4 per cent larger, than
vrratA simnliea maintain In packer hides.
oinoVa nf Twtive steers are accumulating rap-
Idly. All foreign hides are firm and eome
Failures this week number 305 in the United
States, against 302 last year, and 4- la can
ada, compared with 2S a year ago. ,
veW "YORK. Jan. 27. The following table.
mniiM bv Bradstreet. shows the bank clear.
intra at the Drlnclpal cities for the week ended
January 20. with the percentage of Increase
and decrease as compared wiyi uie corxespu""-
ing week last year:
Bt Louis -
Kansas City .......
Nf iv Or J tans .......
t ictelaljd .........
Jveph , ..
M' n. phis
Portland. Or. ......
alt Lake City
Tacoma ...... ......
Springfield, Mass. ...
Augusta, Ga . .
Evan sv .lie
"Wilmington, Del. ....
heeling, "W. Va....
Fargo. N D... ......
Jacksonville, Kla. . . .
Sioux Falls. S. D...
Decatur, 111 .
Charleston. S. C...
Totals. V. S...
Outside X. Y...
Yan uver. B. C.
Ixr.rion. Oat. ...
s-t Jt.hn. N. B..
"Uctjria. B. C...
Totals, Canada S 51.SS1.000 33.1
Grain. Flour. Fred. Etc
A air demand from the liust ana CsUfomt,
va k '"t a steady tone In jhe wheat market.
Veiy Mud barli-y are moaeratety artlve and un
" n prloe. There Li a good movement
"n -.sy at t .rr.er QitotaUons.
.HCAT Walla W'aUa. J3c; blucstem. SSc;
vti.tr cc per busnei.
I l . Patenu. $1.651.83 per barrel
:-r. gi U. JL30e 43; cleat. $3.85414: Valley,
f4 " w425 DaKota nard wheat. fC50ff7.5o
uraham. ?3.50S4; whole wheat. 544.25; rye
tlnr, local, fi. Eaktern. $5(r5.1u; eornmal,
pe 'int. SI. 50.
BARLEV Feed. $22.50 per ton; rolled. S23.50
. ATS Na 1 white. $1.3231.53; gray. $LS3
(riiu per ceniau
MILLSTCFFS Bran. $19 per ton; middlings.
$25. shorts. $21; chop. V. S. MUSc $19: linseed
..rv foods. $16; Unseed ollmeal. car lets. $29
per ton. less than car iou. $30 per ton.
vi.r.t.Ai j uuijs Kouea oaa. cream.
auna ratus. so.75: lower srades. $586.23: oat
rhieaL tleel rut. 0-pound saaka. $8 per barrel
10-pound cacks. $4 25 per hale; oatmeal
grouic). o'j-pouna sacks. 51.00 per barrel; 10.
pound sacks. $4 per bale; split peas, ii
per 100-pound sack; 25-pound boxes. $1.15
pearl barley. $ per 100 pounds: 23-naund
bcxes, $1.25 per box; pastry flour. 10-pound
tacks. $2 50 per bale.
HAY Tltno'hy $14916 per ton? clover. $11Q
1-. grain. iicis; cne&t. l.lj.
Yrgetables. Fruit. Etc
Frost street was well supplied with all
c,ceason&ble truck' and fruits, hut the "demand''
was not very brisk.
VEGETABLES Turnlns. 31 ter sack: car
rots. SI? beets, SL2S; parsnips, S1.25; cabbage,
California lVsC Danish 2c; lettuce, bead.
30c per dozen: carslcy. 25c doxen: tomatoes.
f- per crate: cauliflower. SL90S2 per crate;
:g plant, josisc Per pound; celery, eocoe
per dozen; peas. 10c per pound; beans, green.
iifcc; wax, llo; peppers, sc per pouna;
ONIONS Fancy, ssezs. buying price..
POTATOES Oregon fancy. SSeiWc: conjmon.
60275c. buyers' price; Merced sweets, 17
l?ic; new California. 3c per pound.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4 -crown. 7?Lc:
6-laj cr Muscatel raisins. 7".c; unbleached seed
less Sultanas. enc: Lionaon layers. 3 -crown.
whole boxes of 20 pounds. SLS5; 2-crown. J 1.75.
ijelleij irituix lAppics. evaporateo. tsravko
per pound; sundried, sacks or boxes, none;
apricots. lOgllc; peaches. S?104c: pears.
nose: prunes. Italians: 4HOc: j-rencn. iitwvc:
flgs, California blacks. 54-ic; do white, none;
Smyrna, -zoc; r arc caies. oc. piums. pittea. ec
DOMESTIC FRUITS-Apples. 4-Uer Bald
wins. $1.25; Spltxenbergs. $1.752; cooking.
Mi doc; ngs. per dcx; crasDerries.
.60?U per barrel.
TROPICAL fruits Lemon, rancy.
&: choice, 5Z.75 per box; oranges, standard.
$1.30&I.7&; fancy. ? 1.0002; mandarins. 60GC3?
per dox: tangerines, per dox: grape
fruit. 52.7563 per box; bananas. 5&5fec per
pound; pomegranates.' f 2.25 per box.
Butter. Eggs, roultry. Etc
The chicken market has been easy all week,
but the receipts, which have been heavy, have
been disposed oC The prospects are better for
the coming week, and a strong demand for
good, fat hens and small Springs Is expected
for the Chinese holiday trade. Turkeys and
ducks are also la good request. The market
.for geese is weak. Eggs are less plentiful.
and are firmer. Creamery butter Is firmly
held, but there Is so demand for store butter.
Tho game market is. in good condition.
EGGS Oregon ranch. 2Sc: Eastern. 24e per
BUTTER City creameries: Extra creamery.
30932&C per pound; fancy creamery. 22H&
Ac state creameries: .rancy creamery,
&30c; store butter. 1212ttc
utiiiissis i"uii cream twins, jza.no: xouns
poultry Fancy ;heas. izei3c: old hens.
Il(gl2c: mixed chickens. llllfcc: old roost
ers. 9&10c; do young, llll&c; Springs, ltt
to 2-pound, 14$15c; broilers, 1 to lVj-pound.
16620c; dressed chickens. 13314c: turkeys,
alive. 17017c; do-niressed. hoar. 17Q18c: do
choice, 2222Hc; geese, live, per pound. 8V
9c; do dressed, ll7&Q'12fec; ducks, old. $8.50
v; oo young, as to eize, va'J-w, pigeons, jiw
Game Wild geese. $4&L50: mallard ducks.
$330; widgeon. $L752; teal. $1.501.75.
Heats and SProTUlcns.
BEEF Dressed, bulls. 2Va3'ic: cows. 3&4c:
country steers. 4&ic
MUTTON Dressed, &3c per pound.
VEAL Dressed. 100 to 125. &49cDer lb.:
125 to 200. 6r&ec: 200 and up; 4tf&c.
PORK Dressed. 100 to l&O. cuaio per
pound; 150 and up, 6H7c
MAils Ten to 14 pounas. J25ic per pound:
14 to 16 pounds, 12c; 18 to 20 pounds. 12c;
California tnicnicj. uc: cottage nuns, sue:
shoulders, 9c; boiled ham, 21c; boiled picnic
ham, boneless, nc.
BACON Fancy Dreaarast. lec per pound:
standard breakfast. 17c: choice. 15c: English
breakfast, 11 to 14 pounas, 14c; peach bacon,
SAUSAGE Portland bam. l"btc per pound:
minced ham. 10c: Summer, choice dry. 1714c:
bologna, long, 6Vic; welnerwurst, &?; liver, 6c;
pork, va; diooq. oc; neaacneesc, lic; ooiogna
sausage. imK. fec.
dux oALTZi Aii5A-iT iteguiar snort
clears. 10c salt. 11c smoked; clear backs, OXc
salt. 10?ic smoked: Oregon export. 20 to 23
pounds, average, 10Vc fBlt. llc smoked;
Tlnlnn hiittsf If) tn IS nmindrf. mn
i2.lt. sc cmoicea.
PICKLED GOODS PiCKiea pics" reet. Vi -bar
rels, $5; li-barreis, $2.7a; l&-pouna Kit, $L25;
picklea tripe. i-DarreiE, a; -Darreis. .j;
lo-nauna Kit. 3L: PiCKiea pigs- tonrues.
-barrels. S8: U-barrels. $3; 16-pouad kits.
$1.50; pickled lambs' tongues, -barrels. $9;
-barrels. S5.50: l&-pound kits, sz.75.
LARD K.eme-renaereo: xierces. ac; tuns.
10c: 50s. 10c; 20s. lOVic; 10s. lOHc; 3s. loic
Standard cure: Tierces. 9e: tubs. 9c: Cos.
9c; 20s. 9Hc; 10s. 9c; 5. 9ic Compound:
Tierces. 6V4c; tubs. C.c; 50s. Ciic; 10s. 754c;
Groceries. Nuts, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 2flS2Sc; Java, ordinary. 16
20c; Costa Rica, fancy. l&er-Oc: good. 103
18c; ordinary. 1012c per pound; Columbia
roatt, cases. 100s. $13.50: COi. $14; Arbuckle,
xis.33: Lion, sio.3.
Jliutimpenai japan, o. 1. iJ.z,
Southern Japan. $3.50; Carolina, 4ViQ6c;
SALMON Columbia River. 1 -pound talis.
$1.75 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; 1-pound
flats. i.so: rancy. li-pouna nats. JLtw
H-pound flats. $1.10; Alaska pink, 1-pound
talis, 5c; red, 1-pound tails, $1.45; sockeyes.
1-pound talis. $1.75; 1-pound flats. $1.85.
SUGAR Sack basis. 100 pounds: Cube, $6.50;
powdered. $6.25: dry granulated. $6.15: extra
C $5.C5; coiaen (J. $o.m; zruit sugar, itt-ia. aa
vance -over eack Dasls as loliows: uarrels. 10c;
half-barrels. 25c; boxes. 50c per 100 pound.
(Terms: un remittance wunin ib cays, coauct
Vic per pound; If later than 15 days and with
in 30 days, deduct hie per pouna: no dis
count after 3U days.l uest sugar granulated.
$5.95 per 100 pounas; maple sugar, 15618c
salt caittornia. su.oo per ion: 51.30 per
bale. Liverpool, aim. u.ou; 1005. sis: soot.
sa w: nan grouna. iuus. aus. sz.ia.
NUTS Walnuts. 13?ic per pound by sack, lc
extra for less tnan sacx; urazu nuts. 10c: si
berts. 14c: pecans. Jumbos. 14c: extra larze.
15c; aimonas. 1. 1.. lii-iic; cnestnuts. Ital
ians, isc: onio. ji.ou per -pouna arum: tms
nuts. raw. 7c per pound; roasted. 9c; plne-
nuts. io&izc: ntcKory nuts. ie: cocoanuts.
t&SVOc per dozen.
BEANS Small white. 9c: lance white. 3Sie:
pink, zmci nayou. J,c; uma, jic.
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases. 24 Vic. Iron
barrels. 18c; 86 deg. gasoline, cases, 32c; iron
barrels or arums, .uc
COAL OIL cases, ic; iron Carre, 15)ic
wood barrels, none: 63 deg.. cases. 21&c: bar.
rels. 18c: Washington State lest bumlnr oils.
except headlight, He per gallon higher.
LINSEED OIL liaw, oarreis. c; cit.es. &&c
Bailed: Barrels. 30c; caes. 61c: le le&s in
TURPENTINE Cases, s&c: barrels. Sic
WHITE LEAD Ton lota. 7ct 500-pound
lota. ic: less tnan ow-pouna lots, be
Hods. WooL Hides, Etc
HOPS Choice. 272Sc per pound.
WOOL Valley. 194j20c per pound; Eastern
Oregon. lOgllc; mohair. 25323c per pound for
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 16 pounds and up.
IBSlWrc per pound: dry glp. No. 1. 5 to 10
pounds. 12c: dry calf. No. 1. under 5 pounds.
16c; dry salted bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted hides, fitcers, sound. 79
Sc: under 50 pounds and cows. 6H7c; stars
and bulls, sound. 44tjc: kip, sound, 15 to 20
pounas, tc; unaer 10 pounas. sc; green (un'
salted), lc per pound les: culls, lc per pound:
horse hides, salted. J1.50&2 each; dry. $161.50
eacn; cons niaes, ewe eacn; geaisktns.
common.. 10315c each: Angora, with wool on.
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 4SJ6c; No.
and great k, 2U3c.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 27. Official closing
quotations for mining stocks today were as
Boicher ... ..
Best & Belcher
.$ .041 Justice ...
. .30 Mexican
. .22 Occidental
. 1.0Q Ophir ...
.50 Overman .
Con. Cai. & Va.. 1.65jSeg. Beloher ... .06
Con. Imperial... .01,
Crown Point... .18'
Gould & Curry. -201 Yellow Jacket
Hale & Norcross 1.30
Am. Zinc ....
'. Closing quotations;
Mohawk .. .
Mont. C" St C.
12.25 j Osceola
Cal. & Hecla..
Centennial . . .
Daly West . . .
Me Royal e . . .
Masts. Mining .
Ml oh lean
U. S. Mining..
if R OH
Winona ... ...
NSW YORK. Jan. 27. Closing quotations:
.fdams Con. ... 3 .20 Little Chief ....$.05
Alice (UjOntario 3.50
Breece 20Optalr 6.23
Brunswick Con.. .OSirheeatx .11
Conirtock Tub.. .OHjPotojt 12
Con. Cal. & Va.. 1.50rSavage 32
Horn Stlv-er .... 1-5&! Sierra Neada .. .39
Iron Sliver 2.00J Small Hapes ... .30
Leadrtlle Coa.. .02Standard 1.50
London Wool Sales.
LONDON. Jan. 27. The, offerings at the wool
auetien a!s today numbered 11,701 bal.
The tone is steadier and prices advanced to
the December level. Continental representa
tives were the largest buyers, as the merinos
were euitable for their uses. Home buyers re
cured most of the eross-breds. Americans pur
chased a few cross-breds. and also some fine
haired clothing merino.
New York Cottca Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27- Cotton Futures
rifted -steadv at a net advance- of S12 mints.
'January .and February. 6.67c; March. 8.73c;
April. CwTc. May. c.'J-, June, u.fcc, July.
STRENGTH AND BREADTH GIVEN
TO STOCK TRADING.
Most ..Noticeable Advances Are In
Minor Industrials Activity Di
A mini&hes Toward Close.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Tle upward course of
prices la the stock market which set In yes
terday continued this morning, and the market
for a time showed strength and breadth. Con
siderable buying for London account helped
to this end. The force of the demand seemed
to be spent toward the latter part oT the day.
and there was a sotaoje falling oil of the vol
ume of dealings and some reactions In prices.
The feature of the latter part of the day was
the large number of Industrials of all classes
which were pushed up succeuitely. The- minor
iron and steel stocks and those or trades allied
with the metal industries were especially con
spicuous In the movement. Equally conspic
uous was the fact.xhat the United States Steel
stocks and Amalgamated Copper were heavy
and backward In the movement. The same
was true of the electrics and Smelting. This
led to the inference that profits were being
sought oa the recent advance in the, major in
dustrials . under cover of the movement la the
The advance of Northern Securities on the
curb to a new high record stimulated the
strength la the Harrlmaa stocks and Erie
kept up Its accompanying movement, as for
some time past. Reading's strong statement
of December net earnings was a helpful factor
for the coalers. Railroad earnings, otherwise.
were helpful to stocks.
Uncertainty over tomorrow's bank statement
added to the hesitation of the late market. It
is considered probable that last week's record
expansion of loans- may have a counterpart in
this week's statement. The compilation of tne
reports of condition of the trust companies De
cember 31 seems to throw light on the move
ment of bank loans. Compared with June 30
preceding, the trust companies have Increased
their deposits over $125,000,000, while tne
cash to their account In banks has been re
duced $53,674,404. The trust company loans
for the same period were increased $231,476.
762. With the profitable money rate for the
last of the year, it Is clear that the trust
comDanles were lending out their own deposits.
Instead of leaving them in tho banks. With
the decline in money rates since the first or
the year, it is equally clear that the trust
companies have made enormous redeposlts In
the banks, which have had the responsibility
of Hading use for the funds, upon which they
must nay the trust companies 2 per cent. The
condition of the week's money roarxei maaes
probable a further enormous taking over of
loans by the banks from the trust compamea.
The late break In sympathy with Amal
gamated Cooper was partly retrieved. Erie
leading the rally again, as in the previous up
ward tendency. The closing was arm.
Rnnda were Arm. Total sales, S.i-,-
United States 3s declined 5i per cent on call.
RAVe- Mien. Low. bid.
Atchison r. ...
fl.SOO S 87 S7H
do preferred ......
700 100 1004 lOOb
Atlantic Coast Line.
00 122V4 122 V. UZii
Baltimore & Ohio...
15,000 102J4 101 10214
3.600 133U 1324 1331,
do preferred .......
Canadian Pacific ...
Central of N. J
600 IMS 195
4.700 4SS 48
100 42k 42 V
Chesapeake & Ohio.
Chicago &. Alton...-
da nreferrea ......
200 S2t 82
Chi. Great Western.. 12.500 23
Chi. & Northwestern. 2.200 227
ChU. Mil. & St. Paul 17.000 175H 174 174H
Chi. Term. & Trans.. 11.300 18 16Ti 18
C. C, C. & St- L
Colorado Sc. Southern.
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred
Delaware li Hudson.
Del.. Lack. & West.
Denver & Rio Grande
do 1st preferred.... S3. 100
do 2d preferred.....
Hocking Valley .....
do preferred .......
Kan. City" Southern..
23U 2a U
do preferred .......
Louisville & Naehv..
Metropolitan St. R..
Mexican Central ....
Minn. & St. Louis...
M.. St. P. & S. S. M.
Missouri Pacific ....
Mo.. ICan. & Texas..
do preferred .......
2.400 5Sti 5ST.
3.200 1S7H 130 13GU
1)00 170i lTOl
1.000 -Wri. 76 76
1.600 116 116 116H
3,00 23 U XZa
3.500 99 97i 97
400 153 157 156H
7.900 106 105T 106
3.2f0 32 il 32 32
1.000 653? G5
National of Mcx. pfd.
Vair V rVntrnl IT ffm 11JU 1 1TTI liist.
N. Y.. Ont. Si West. 6.000 45 44r 44&
Norfolk & Western.. 8.900 TBri 78 79ft
do preferred 91
Pennsylvania 11.900 137H 136H 136H
P.. C. C. U St. L. 76H
Keaamg Ol.oo ii4
do 1st preferred.... COO 92
do 2d preferred SO!) STVi
Rock Island Co 17,300 36
St. L. & S. F. 2d pfd. 300 71
St. L. Southwestern.. 200 20
do preferred 000 61
Southern Pacific 31,500 67U
do preferred 1.000 11SH 118i 11S&
routnem itaiiway ... .twi 34 34
do preferred 7,000 97 97
Texas & Pacific 700 34 34
xoteao, tu 1 z w, .....
100 53 S3
Union Pacific ......
Wheeling & L. Erie.
Wisconsin Central ..
do preferred .......
&900 Hf5i H8H
TOO 9SV1 OS
. 800 224 21
LSOO 44 43U
300 1SH 18
100 2ii 21?i
100 45 45
100 224 221
Amalgamated Copper 74.700
Amer. Car & Foundry 0,800
do preferred 3,400
American Cotton Oil.
do preferred 400
American Linseed Oil
American Locomotive 27,500
Amer. Sm. & Refining
Amer. Sugar Refining
Am. Tobacco pf. cert.
Anaconda Mining Co.
Brooklyn R. Transit.
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Consolidated Gas ...
General Electrio ....
1.000 SKI 85
1.500 119Vi 118X4 11
8,400 141 140Xt uii
3,800 94 93Ti 94U
ow lim 10a
North American ....
Pacific Mall .
1.100 W SIL JTI
People's Gas 900 107 106 106
Pressed Steel Car.... 13,600
do preferred 32.100
Pullman Palace Car. ......
Republic Steel 1,000
rto preferred ....... 200
Rubber Gooda 300
Tenn. Coal i. Iron...
V. S. Leather
U. S. Realty
U- 6. Rubber
V. S. Steel
a. -Carolina Chemical 2.000 34T,
oo prorerred GOO 108
Wftingh6use Eiec.. 100 iscA
Western Union ..... 1.000 92
Total sales for the day. 9S5.500 shares.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Closing quotations
IL a ref. 2s reg.104! Atchison Adj 4s. 75
do coupon ...104D. t R. G. 4s.. 101
U. S. 3s reg. 103!N. Y. Cent, lsts.100
do coupon ...104INor. Pacific 3s.. 77
ci. &. new -is reg.i30Vji do 4s 105
do coupon ...nam So. Pacific 4e... 90
UL S. old 4 reg. 105! Union Pacific 4&.105
do coupon . ..lOsitjwis. Central .. 9:
t' Stocks at London.
LONDON Jan. 27. Consols for money.
SS9-1C; consols for account, SS 9-16.
Anaconda ..... 5iNor. &. Western. S0
da preferred .103
Bait. & Ohio ..104
Can. .Pacific ...136
Ches. & Ohio ..43
C Gt. Western.. 23
C. M. & St. P.. 172
D. & R. G. 22
do preferred -. . 94
Ont. & Western. 46
Rand Mines .
Reading ... .
do 1st pref
do 2d pref
do preferred . TSUiSo. Pacific ..... 6SXi
Erie ... 44HfUnIoa Pacific ..
do 1st preC . 81I do preferred ..100
do 2d pref - 8!U S. Steel .... 30.
Illinois Ccntrs.L.1561 do preferred 96
L. r N : :.140Kj Wabash
"., K.CT. S3
do-preferred'. . 43 -
Spanish 4s 90
3Ceef-, Exebaace, Etc
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. Money on call.
steady. IK 62 per cent; lowest. IX-per cent;
closing bid. 14 per cent: offered at 2 per ceat-
Time loans, steady; 80 and 80 days, 3 perl
cent: sir months. 3UCQr per cent; prime
mercantile paper, 2HQIV; per cent. . 1
Sterling exchange, firm, with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at $4.878374790 for de
mand, and at $4.854584.8550 for 60-day bills.
Posted rates. $4.669LSSH- Commercial bills.
Bar sliver, 61Hc
Mexican dollars. 47VrC
Bonds Government, easy; railroads, firm.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 27. Sliver ban.
Mexican dollars. SOc "
Drafts Sight. TUc: telegraph, 10c
Sterling on London. 60 days, $4.56; sight.
LONDON. Jan. 27. Bar silver, steady.
28 1-1 6J per .ounce.
Money. 2H83 per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bills is 2 7-16g2i per cent; three months
bills, 2i$ per cent.
Tacoma , 3S9.158
Dally Treasury StatexieBt.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 27-Today'a Treasury
Available cash balance $135,16e.S2d
WHEAT PIT WEAK.
Increased Shipments From Argentina Cause
CHICAGO. Jan. 27. With the exception of a
short period of strength near the middle of the
session, sentiment in the wheat pit was quite
bearish. - Influenced by lower prices at Liver
pool, following Increased shipments from Ar
gentina. Initial quotations showed declines.
May being off c to c at $1.16ei.l&- A
factor that contributed to weakness was the
more liberal movement in the" Northwest, re
ceipts today being 13 cars greater than were
received the corresponding day a year age
Later a firmer tone developed on news from
the Northwest and Southwest. St. Louis re
ported good sales of wheat for shipment to
Southeastern millers. Advices from Minneap
olis told of Increased sales of flour and of
higher prices paid by the millers. Reports
from Portland, Or., claimed that the market
there was in line with export bids, and that
some business had already been done In that
direction. A sale of 100.000 barrels of flour
for Japan was among the Pacific Coast Items.
The market readily responded to the improve
ment. May advancing to $1.16. The strength
was only temporary, however, the market soon
becoming weak on general profit-taking. The
market closed weak, with May at $L15.
Predictions that through rates in grain from
Missouri River points would greatly increase
arrivals here had a weakening effect on the
com market. May opened c to c lower at
45Ji5c and doted at 45c.
A heavy undertone with a downward tend
ency of prices existed in the oats pit. May
closed practically unchanged at 31c
A 10c decline in hog prices, following liberal
receipts at the yards, encouraged some selling
of provisions, resulting in an easy market.
At the close May pork was off lc at $12,851?
12.37. Lard was down 2c; ribs, 24J5c
lower, at $6.8554.67.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Otea. High. Low. Close.
Mav S1.1CU Il.ldTi $1.15S Sl.15
July .93 .99 .98 .98
...12.80 12. SO
... 7.12 7.15
6.85 6.00 6.85
7.00 7.02 7.00
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $1.121.10; No. 3. $1
CLIS; No. 2 red. $1.17ei.l9.
Com No. 2, 43c; No. 2 yellow. 43c
Oats No. 2, 30c; No. 2 white. 313lc;
NO. .1 white. 303Slc
Rye No. 2, 75c.
Barley Good feeding. 37c; fair to choice
Flaxseed-No. 1. $1.10; No. 1 Northwestern.
Timothy seed Prime. $2(12.75.
Mess pork Per barrel, $12.80512.63.
Lard Per 100 pounds. $6.S7.
Short ribs eides Loose. $05036.75.
Short clear sides Boxed. $8.C2xtg6.S7Xs.
Clover Contract grade. $12.50. "
Flour, barrel ....
Wheat, bushels ...
Corn, bunhels ....
Barley, bushels ...
Grain and Prod nee at New York.
NEW YORK. Jam 27. Flour Receipts, 5400
Darrcis; exports. li.OW barrels. Market, dull,
Wheat Receipts. 5S00 bushels; spot, easy:
No. 2 red, nominal elevator, $1.02 f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth. $1.20 f. o. b!
anoat; No. 1 hard Manitoba, $1.1261.13 f. o.
b. afloat. Options showed -a weaker opening.
aue to Deans n Liverpool cables and big Ar
gentine shipments, recovering on a bullish
Modem Miller review and active cah de
mand at the. Northwest, and again weakened
under liquidation, closing $.Sc net lower.
3y doted $1.15; July cloecd at Sl.tC;. and
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 27. Wheat and bar
Wheat-Shipping. $l.C0f?I.62; milling, $1.55
Barley Feed. $1.17tfL20;' brewing. $1,206
Call board sales
Wheat May. $1.48.
Barley May. $1.22.
Com Large yellow. $1.2561-32.'
"Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 27. Wheat March,
ld; May. 7s Id; July. 7s d.
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA. Wash.. Jan. 27. Wheat Un
changed; bluestem. 90c; dub. E6c.
FIRM OUTLOOK IN WOOL
Estimates Run High oa Amount Contract
ed in Advance.
BOSTON. Mass., Jan. 27. (Special.) The
outlook for tho coming year tn the wool trade
is very firm, especially so with coming domes
tic dip. Estimates vary a to the amount
already contracted for In advance for ter
ritories, but It reaches a very large percen
tage. For instance, la Utah and Idaho, con
servatives estimate uae contracts at 75 per
cent, while others run as high as 90 per
cent. In Montana's the estimate is 23, the
same Is in Oregon, and In Wyoming 50 per
cent is contracted.
Boston buyers are already buying at
Phoenix. Ariz. Oregon etocks on hand are
quoted at 20622c; for Eastern staple clothing
about 19c; Valley. No. -L 25626c; No. 2. 276
2Sc; No. 3. 26ff27c
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27. Evaporated apples
markt is quiet. Choice. 5f?6c: fancy. G
Prunes continue quiet and unchanged;
ranged from 2c to 6c according to .grades.
Choice apricots are quoted at 10610c: ex
tra choice. 11612c and fancy, 12915c
Peaches' are firm. Choice, SiI0c; extra
, chojec. 10biflCc and faacy. ll12c
GRAIN SPECULATION CALM
FUTURES HAVE SMALL DECLINE
ON SAN FRANCISCO EXCHANGE.
Apple-Market Overstocked With Com
mon Varieties Prime Potatoes
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27. Special.) The
local grata market was much calmer today.
While spot wheat ruled steady at yesterday's
sharp advance, futures had a small decline la
sympathy with a drop la Chicago. Barter op
tions stood up fairly well, though May closed
slightly below yesterday's final price. There
Is still aa Important short Interest outstanding.
Spot prices for barley and oats remained firm.
Leading feedstuffs showed considerable
strength. Receipts of hay were large and
the market weak. The abundance of green
feed has a depressing effect.
The market Is overstocked with common
apples, but really fancy are in light supply
and bring good prices. A partial carload of
'Spitxenbergs and Newtowns from Hood River
sold quickly at $1.50 to $2. Fully six car
loads of ordinary apples are expected from
the North within a few days. Bananas were
weak under heavy offerings. Citrus fruits are
selling slowly at shaded prices. Only two
carloads of navel oranges were put up at
auction, owing to depression in the market,
and sold with difficulty at low rates. Fancy
brought $1.10 to $1.50; choice. 95c to $1.25:
standard. 90c to $1.15.
Ordinary potatoes were quieter, with liberal
stocks oa hand. Prime continued firm.
Onions were In larger supply, but command
a stiff price-.
Butler Is very firm. Cheese is steady. Eggs
are firm. Receipts. 38.000 pounds butter. 9200
pounds cheese. 16.890 dozea eggs.
VEGETABLES Garlic 8810c; green peas.
S5c; string beans. 5310c; tomatoes. $1.23 J
1.75; gg plant. S?12c.
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. 19821c: roost
ers, old. $4.5005; do young. $3.5OQ6.50; broil
ers, small. $2.5033: large. $333.50; fryers.
$4.5036.50; hens, $4.5996.50; ducks, old, $4.50
Q5.5G: do young, $697.
CHEESE Young America. H4yi2c; East-
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 29a: creamery
seconds. 28c; fancy dairy. 25c: dairy seconds.
EGGS Store. 23?26c: fancy ranch. 27c
WOOL Lam". 16318c
HAT Wheat. $1C15; wheat and eats. $100
14: barley. 52t?ll; alfalfa. 39311.50; doyer. $7
Gi: stock. $56; straw. 4555c
MILLFEED Bran. $20.50S2L50; middlings.
HOPS 1904, 27830c.
FRUIT Apple, choice. $1.75; do common.
00c; bananas. 75c;?$2.50: Mexican limes. $4.50
63: California lemons, choice, $2.50; do com
mon. $1; oranges, navels, $1G2; pineapples
POTA TOES Early Rcsc $1. 20471.33: River
Burbanks. 7595c; River reds, 5&SG5c; Salinas
Bur hanks. $161.40; sweets, 63r841; Oregon
RECEIPTS Flour. 870 quarter sacks;
wheat. 2100 centals; barley. 67,344 -centals;
oats. 3649 centals; beans. 3S27 sacks; potatoes.
3464 sacks: hay. 60S tons; wool. 31 bales;
hides. S15. .
Trices Quoted at Portland Union Stockyards
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 250 hogs. 320 sheep and 20 cat
tic The following prices were quoted, at the
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers, $4ty
S4.25: cows and heifers, $3-g3.23.
HOGS Best large, fat hogs, $3.50; black
and China fat. $4.5034.73. .
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and alley.
Prices Quoted, at Kansas City, Omaha and
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 27. Cattle Re
ceipts. 2000; market steady to 10c lower.
Native steers. $3.5065.73: stockers ana
feeders. $2.73 4.13: bulls. $2.250 3.73; West
era fed steers. $3.5065.35; Western fed
Hogs Receipts. 9000; market 5 910c low
er. J3UIK oc saies. s4.1u04.uu; neavy,
64.05; pigs and lights. $4.00 4.75.
Sheep Receipts, 5000; market steady.
Muttons. $1.25 05.50; lambs, $0.007.33;
range wethers. $4.73G&30; fed ewes, $4.00
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan! 27. Cattle Re
celpts. 2300; market 70c lower. Native
steers. $3.4095.55; cows and heifers. J 2.750
4.25: canners. $1.5062.50; stockers and feed-
en, $2.50 4.00 J calves. $2.50173.50: bails.
stags, etc $1.8363.60.
Hogs Receipts. 7800; market 5010 low-
r. Heavy. $4.7064.S0; mixed. J 1.50 04.55
light, $4.5064.70; pigs. $3.7504.25; bulk, of
Sheep Receipts. 7000; market steady.
Western yearlings. $5.50 6 05; wethers.
$5.00 63.40; ewes, $4.50 63.25; lambs, $0.25
CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Cattle Receipts 6000
slow; good to prime steers, $5.3036.20; poor
to medium, $3.6095.45: stockers and feeders.
$2564.10; cows. $L254.23; helfrfs. $23.10
canners. $1.252.25; bulls. $238.90; calves.
Hogs Receipts today. 43.000; tomorrow. 25.
000; 10c lower: mixed and butchers, $4,656
4.85; good to choice heavy, $4.8064.90; rough
heavy, $4.6064.70; light. $4.t36-.73; bulk of
Sheep Receipts. G000; steady to weak
lambs, weak to lower; good to choice
wethers. $4.9060.50; fair to choice mixed, $46
4.80; Western sheep. " S4.3565.50; native
lambs, $3.6567.60; Western lambs, $3.0067.40.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27. The Londoa tla mar
ket was firm and higher, dosing at 131 5s
for spot and 130 12s 6d for futures. Locally,
tho market was firm. Quotations ranged from
Copper also was higher in London, with spot
dosing at 67 13s 4d. and futures at 67 17s 6d.
Locally, copper is firm. Lake, is held at 15.50c;
electrolytic 13.37H615.50c and casting. 159
The lead market is unchanged at 4.4504.55c
locally. London Is slightly higher, with spot
quoted at 12 13s 9d.
The London market for spelter was .un
changed at 24 15s. Locally, the market is
Iron closed at 53s 9d in Glasgow, and at 4Sa
31!4d .in Middles bo ro. Locally, iron was un
Coffee and Sugar..
NEW YORK. Jan- 27. Coffee Futures closed
at a net advance of 5610 points. Sales. 08,
750 bags. Including: March. 7.35g7.45c; May,
7.657.70c; July. 7.007.93c; September. S.10
4jS.15c; November. 8.30c; December, 8.309
8.40c Spot, nominal: No. 7, Rio, S-DOc.
Sugar Raw. firm: fair refining. 4c; centri
fugal. K test, 5Xc; molaSfes sugar, 4Hc: re
fined Is firm: crushed. S6.S3; powdered, 30.25;
granulated. SO. 15.
Dairy Produce ia the East.
CHICAGO. Jan. 27. Oa tho Produce Ex
change today the butter market was firm;
creameries. l&S2c: dairies. 18224c Eggs,
steady, 2025c: firsts, 23c; prime firsts. 23c;
extras, 30c Cheese. Tqulet. ll&12c
NEW YORK. Jan.
7. Butter, cheese and
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUS. Jan. 27. Wool Nominal; ter
ritory and Western mediums. 21622c; fine
medium, 1701Sc; fine. 16$17c
AT THE HOTELS.
E II McClune. Albany!
Mrs Chapman. Mont
Miss Chapman, do
Mrs Doran, Spokane
J A Byerly, Castle R
Mrs Byerly. Castle HI:
W'S Connor, HeppnerlMaster Byerly. CastlR
W E Marshall, do
I J Mossman. Tacoma
V F Gray, Tacoma
Mrs Gray. Tacoma
J H Jones; do
J L Jackson. Salemr
A A-Jayne, Hood R
S J Nutting. Pralrlc C
W H Wilson. T Dalles
T N Kennedy, Wooab
Mrs Kennedy, Woodb
G R Davis, C S G S
Miss Kennedy, Woodbi H E Haalngfort. Ohio
W Elllner. Antelope JS A Leach. W W
B F Pike. Wasco A A E Wright, Pajrette
T DaTeAort. Ho4 KK S Cook; Aberdeen
F J ScrogjgB, Sherdn
i j -xnae, tjrvaius
If. S Johnson. Fossil
G T Porter, Sheridan
K Stiwer. do
W 3 Morris, do
G C Cate. do
E A Rinehart. do .
R Shaw, do
C S Benson, do
C V Swann, do
C W Rollins. St, Louis
Wm Woods. do
Alfred Braun, do
Wm Miller, Eugene
Al Hanlfy, S t F
J E Snyder. S F
S B Herman, Salem
W Griffin. Eugene
N Whealdon. T Dalls!
alley Regan, do
C C Klasey. Wasco
B F Wilson. Union
D Slater. La Grnd
H O Keyes, Salem
"W "E Reed, Salem.
D G Droger, Salem
W R Hudson. Palmr;
Mrs Hudson. Palmer JA W Rider. S F
A Masterson, Elgin
J W Howard. Prtnevll
C Holgarth. Eugene j
Mrs Howard. Prtnevll
H Blacken. Heppaer
J R McRae, Spokane
H P Campbell.
W H Walker. Idaho
P H Sims. St Paul
O Holland. St Paul
C T Smith. Prinevlll
Mrs Smith. Prineville
W A Sherry, Oakland
C W Henderson, Seat
Thos Doran. Spokane
G A Fabrtcks, Pueblo
W A Klce, Pueblo
E A Frost, dty
Mrs Burrows. Vancv
F J Hutchlngs, S F
Mrs W P Ely, Kelso
Bernlce, Ely, Kelso
L H aCcMahon. Salem
L M Trapp, N Y
Bessie F Pattoa
D S Tlnnen, St Paul
W H Brunaer. SeattkA B Cousin, city
E C Rogers. Wis
C W Hodson. city
Phil Metschan, Jr.
Torn Platen, Hamltn
II H Emmons, city
Chas Thompson, S F
H L Holgate. U8.GS
I H Bingham. Salem
A C Babson. Seattle
L A Sawyer, S F
G M Brown. Roseburg
W D Simpson. N P 1C H Walter. Wallvlll
Terry McCosker and
J Flnlayson, Astoria
wife. Grand Forks
C E Copple and wife.
Mrs E E Merrill. Mpls
C L Wilson. Los Ang
Turner Oliver, La G
E W Haines. For Grov
Capt B D Boswell,
Mrs C J Smith, Pendl
Mrs Boswell do
Miss G Smith. do
Miss M Leslie, do
Miss B GulUford, do
M S Levy. Union
Miss Mohl, do
Mrs F P Round,
Mrs E V Carter,
A N Orcutt. Rosebrg
W N PIntlcr, Staytoa
Mose Meyer, city
W D Joiner, s J-
Mrs F Spelger. SUvrt
J L Sits. Salem
G W Phelps. HeppnenH E Dunbar. Los An
H A Canfleld, Seattle!
B H Earle, So Carolia
B Dickson and wife.
H B Miller, Maachuria-
M E Harris. S F
N A Peterson. S F
A P Batchan. Mosler
H H Buddlngton, S F
R S Reid. Aberdeen
E A McDanlel. Baker
C E Beldlng. Ontario
H B Pcttlson and
A C Hartwlck. 8 F
M L Walker. Seattle
O P Coshow. Rosebg
E C Judd. Seaside
II G Van Dusen. Asto
D A Paine, Eugene
THE ST. CHARLES.
A Blackmail. Fresno J R Tidings, Mapleta
A D Ash. Butler. S D
H E Asb. do
G T Ellis, Deep Rvr
S Gelsy. WInlock
Tim Ernst. St Paul
John Adams, Leban
C Wagner, Ft Stevns
E C Rukele
Sam Galbralth. Tualta
L P Bums. Canby
J W Beckers
Mrs Hester Brown.
C E McClellan, Pendll
D U Cochrane. Orient
C W Adams. Warren
Josle Wilcox. Goble
Wo Tlce, Canby
Hattle Wilcox. Goble
T G Kelly. Knappa
G D Sutherland,
Clara Erlon. Cot Grv
P K Miller, SUverton
T IL Barlow, Lyle
Mrs Barlow, Lyle
B E Dauihtez. Shan
A T Laws, St Helns
Edyth Simpson, Helna
J W Smith, Little.
Wm Simpson, Clatskn
J H Taylor. Montesan
Jos Schmand. Toledo
Mrs J Baker, Cath
W W Davis. Marquara
H O Rina. Vancouvr
Emma Baker, Cathl
A M Young, T Dalles
S Barber. S F
T Grim, Irrigon
H E Crouse, Murray
Mrs Crouse. Murray
G R Mather
W R Kllllnger, Corbtt
A G Peterson, Seattle
W E Ellis, N Yakma
Mrs G Ross, Arlngnt
N H McKay
G M West, Cal
F Rajotte, Spokaae
Belle Belcher. La Fay
Miss Edna Belcher
J R Bull
W G Rhude, N YamC R Hull. Wasco
W F Garvey, St Paul
C C Healer. St Paul
L E Stokes, S F
W I Sonner. S F
A E Benton, 8 F
M G Flynn, dty
M M Caroll. dty
F MacMuUln. Welser
J F Harvey and wife,
C E Gaylord. Tacoma
M J Lynch. Oswego
Mrs 8 Holmes, Kalam
J Wilson. Seattle
T E Knox, Seattle
Miss A Holmes. Kalm
F V Dart, T Dalles
W G RIner, Spokane
G H Mahone. T) Dlles
C E Blake and wife,
F K Thompson, do
G F Hall. Medical Bp
J K Peabody, Greenvl
C P Simpson, St Paul
K M Newell, Chicago
H Fay and wife, Chgo
D Wright, Medical S
J A Sidney and wife.
Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American plan. Bates, $3 and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma.
First-class restaurant In connection.
Emestlne I don't sea why your chaperon
should have been offended becaus Jack played
the piano. It was certainly better than love-
making. Moytllla Yes, but he Insisted upon
playing "Always In the Way." Chicago
Wc Charge No Interest for
Carrying Lon2 Stock
General Office j
X. K. Aides. Comspoodaai,
Room 2, Ground Floor,
Chamber af Commerce.
Sis- S is a aon-voisoaoGi
nmir fnr ftannrrhr.
'CVXBBX IniMt Sn.mitfirrliniiL
rtx"iA?- I WMre. naaatural dl
v. niAiM. enargs. or any irniimmy
IPrmaa mtum. tioa of nnoosi stea
LTKlEtm ChEU4.0. brane. Nca-sstringeat
LB!CUlTl,8.r! Sold hy Brglsts,
D.8.X, 7. I or sent la plain wrapper.
CT.xprss, prepaid, 101
11.00. or 3 bottles, (2.73.
ureaiax mssob lat'jstT.
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
mms iLAHuto inputs
Steamer Regulator leaves
Portland 7 A. M. Tues
day, Thursday and Satur
day; arrives alternate days. Connecting at
Lyle, Wash., with. Columbia River & North
ern Ry. Co., for Goldendale and Klickitat
"Valley points. Landing foot of Alder st.
Phone Main 014. S. M DONALD. Agent.
For South -Eastern Alaska
lMM.X.la W A. At.. -lAtAJAlA
tt P. M.. day previous; steam.
snips twi.x.uii tiTr (Jan. 2;
via auuiuw tma eiuca; Jan.
17. 31. "SKAGWAY DIREOT.i
BAMONA (Jan. 10, 24, Skag.
war direct): both vessels male.
ing regular S. E. Alaaka'ports
of cau: linage ucy calls at
Vancouver; Ram oca. callsj ax Victoria.
mr rv cvaTTLE leaves Seattle Tuesdavs.
p,.nda.vs. 10 P. M.: call at Everett
and .Bellingfcam. Returning, leaves Vancouver I
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, calling at
Steamers connect at Baa Francisco with com.
eaB3rs steamers xor pon ia vimgrmi, jacx
icoand Humbodt Bay. For further tafonaa
tica obtain folder. Right U reserved to Chang
steamers or sailing aau.
Port land..- - -..243 Vrashlugton at.
geatU... 113 James st. and Dock.
g yTanclsco. ...... i...... 10 Market st.
' C D. DUX ANN, Gea. Pass. Agt,
" It Market sCc Sac. Fraadtco.
1 xmm 1
a Union Pacific
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tourist sleep
ing-cars daily to Omaha,- Chicago. Spokane:
tourist sleeping-car dairy to Kunm City;
through Pullman tourist sleeplng'-car (person
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Reclining
chair-cars (seats free) to the East dally.
UNION DEPOT. Leaves. Arrives.
CHICAGO-PORTLAND 9:13 A. M. 5:23 P. M.
SPECIAL for the East Daily. Daily,
via Huntlngtoa. I '
SPOKANE FLYER, EaUy.
For Eastern Washington. Walia Walla, Lew
Uton.Coeur d'Alcne and Great' Northern points.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS. p T-iK -SutylaHunt-S
FOR ASTORIA, and 8.-O0 P.2C 3:00 P. .
way points, connecting Dally. " Dally
wlxh steamer tor Ilwa- except except
co and North Beach Sunday. Sunday. "
steamer Hasaalo. Ash- Saturday,
street dock (water per.) 10:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON, Ore- .
gen City and Yamhill Jt
River potatat Ash-stret t -? Hffz
dock (water permitting) " aua " aua
FOR LEWISTON. 5:40 A. M About
Idaho, and way points. Dally, 5:00 P. M.
from Rlparia. Wash. ex. Sat. ex. Frl.
TICKET -OFFICBL Third and Washlngtos-
Telephona Main 712. C W. Stlngsr. City Tlck-
et Agent; a. 1. xjralg. General Passenger Agent.
San Francisco Portland S. S. Co.
For Saa Francisco every five days at 8 P. M..
from Alnsworth dock. S. S. Costa Rica,
Jan. 3L, Feb. 10th. S. S. Columbia, Jan. 26,
February 5. 1905.
Portland & Asiatic S. S. Company.
For Yokohama, Kobe, Moji and Hong Kong,
taki freight via connecting steamers for
Nagasaki. Shanghai, Manila. Port Arthur and
Vladivostok. S. S- Nlcomedla. February 17.
S. S. Numantla. March 9. For freignt ana
further particulars, apply to
JAMES H- DBWSON. Agent.
Telephone Main 2Sr 243 Washington st.
SO P. M,
tor Saiem. Kose-
7:23 A. M,
burg. Ashland. Soc-
Lamoato, Ogilea, Saa
Los AnKelea. 1
Paso. New Orleans)
ana tne liaax.
8:30 A. M.
Morning train con
nects at Woodbura
(dally except Bun-
day) with train for1
Uount Angel. Silver.
Usg and Natron
4.-00 P. M.
connects at Wood
bum with Mt. Angel
and SUvertoa local.
70 A. M.
H4U50 P. M.
Corral lis passenger.
50 P. M.
1185 A. M-
.Daily. I ID ally, xcepe ouaaay.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN EERYICB
Lc&ts Portland dally 'or Oswego at 7:30 A,
M-. 120. 2:x. oM, o-m. ou. i :vo, iuuu rm
M. Dally, except sunaoy, 0:3V. oisu, 0:00,
10-5 A. M.. 4:CO. UO P. M. Sunday, only.
Be turning from Oswego arrlvo Portland dally
80 A. M.. 155. 8:05. 4:35. 6:15, 7:35. VJSZ,
liao P. M. Dally except Sundajr, 6ia, 7:25,
80, I0I20, 11:45 A. M. Kxceot Monday, 12:3
A. M. Sunday only, 100 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and later
mediate points daily except Sunday. 4 P. AL
Arrive Portland. 10:20 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor lino oper
. iauy to Monmouth and -Virile, connecting
virlth sTP. Co. trains at Dallas and Indopeau-
enpSrt-class fare from Portland to Sacramento
and Saa Francisco. 20; berth, 35. Seoond
Sais tare, 115; second-clssa berth. 52.50.
"Srr:!,:... Taatera TXJlnU and Europe. Also
j.nin. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CTTY CTCKET OFFICE, corner Third and
WMhkurtoa streets. Phone Mala 712.
Ptttet Sound 1----
Tacoma, Beai"w . 'rZZJZ
Wnrhni- nolntS ..."
North Coast Linmea lor
Butte. Bt. Paul, New York,
Boston and all points East
v-nri southeast ............ 3:00 psi 7:00 as
Twin City Express, tor
Tacoma, tseatue, aposane,
Helena. St. Paul, Mlnne
apolis, Chicago, New York.
Boston and ail points East
and Southeast -.ll:43 pra 7:00 pas
Puget Sound-Kansas Clty-
SU Louis ope;iai. xor
Taccma, Seattle, Spokaae,
Butte. Bllllnga. Denver.
Omaha, City, St.
Ti"i and all points Ease
and Southeast .. 8:30 am 7:00 aa
All trains dally, except oa South Bead branch,
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senger Agent, 253 Morrison st corn or Third.
I Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Ca
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Pally. For Maygers, Rainier, Daily.
Clifton, Astoria, Wax-
8:00 A.M. J-enton. FUvei. Ham-U:10-A. M.
o.w -- mona port Stevens,
G earn art Park, Sea
ilde, Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
7-O0 P. M. Astoria Express. 9:40 P. V.
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Comra'l Agt... 243 Alder st. G. F. & P. A
ruua. main wo.
City Ticket Office 122 3d st. Phono 63-
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