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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1905)
SHE. .HORSING 0'HEG.02?IAf, WffDSESDAY, MARCH 22, 1905.
RECORD OF IMPORTS
Heavier in February Than in
Any Previous Month.
SMALL EXCESS OF EXPORTS
Decrease in Figures of Shipments
Due to Fall in Price of Cotton
and Decline in Grain
"WASHINGTON. -March 21. The imports Into
the United States" in February. 1905. were
larger than in any earlier year In tho history
of our commerce, and the excess of exports
over imports -was smaller than in any month
since June. 1807. The only earlier month in
the history of our commerce In which im
ports have pateed the $100,000,000 line was In
April. 1S97. when large quantities of foreign
merchandise, especially sugar, were being
rushed. In to escape the Increased duties levied
by the Dingley act. which went Into e,ffect
in July of that year. The total value of im
ports In that month (April. 1697), was S101.
222,400. while that ot the month of February,
1903. was $103,007,052.
The imports of February, although a short
month, were $103,000,000. as against $89,000.
000 In February. 1904; $62,500,000 In Febru-.
arv. 1903; 5C8.000.000 In February. 1902; $84.-f-00.000
In February. 1901. and $69,000,000 in
February, 1900. The exports of February.
1905. were $109,000,000, against practloaljy
$110,000,000 in February of 1904; $125,500,000
In February. 1003; $101,500,000 in February.
1P02; $113,000,000 in February. 1001. and $119,
000,000 in February, 1600. The excess of ex
ports over imports In February. 1905, was In
round terms $0,000,000, as against practically
$30,000,000 in February, 1904; $43,000,000' in
February. 1903; $33,000,000 In February. 1902;
$48 000,000 in February. 1901. and $50,000,000
lo February. 1900. For the elgbt months end
ing with February. 1905, the imports were in
round terms $729,000,000. as against $651,000,
C00 In the corresponding months of the pre
ceding fiscal year; while the exports wro
' ''1O.OQ0.000, as against practically $1,048.
000,000 in the corresponding months of the
f-ereding year. ,
The excess of exports over imports in the
eight month ending with February was $2S1,
000.000. as against $393,500,000 in the corre
sponding month of the preceding fiscal year.
Mi $491,500,000 In the 'corresponding months
of (the I'scal year 1901. The February Im
ports, as already Indicated, are larger than
those of any earlier month in .the history of
our commerce, and tho exports are smaller
than those of any earlier February since
3900. with the single exception of February,
3902; and the excess of exports over Imports
Is smaller than In any month since October,
1S95, except the three months of April, May
and June, 1897, when Imports were excep
tionally high by reason of preparation for the
change in tariff which occurred In July of that
year. These figures are from the official pub
lications Issued by the Department of Com
merce and Labor through its Bureau of Sta
tistics. Tills reduction In exports is, as has already
been Indicated, due chiefly to the falling, off
In the quantity of wheat exported and a re
duction in the price per pound of cotton ex
ported. The wheat exports In the month of
February amounted to only $103,C31, against
$1,203,043 In February of last year, and the
flour $2,675,145. against $5,611,841.
The exports of cotton In February 'fell near
ly $11,000,000 in value below thbee of Feb-
ruary of the preceding year, and this was
due entirely to the fall In prices, the quantity
exported in February, 1905, being considerably
greater than In February. 1004.
Turning to the Import side, the large In
crease In importations apparently occurs
chiefly In manufacturers' materials and arti
cles of food. The detailed figures of the Im
port by articles aTe. only available up to
the end of January, tho February figures not
yet having been completed. The seven months
ending with January, however, show an In
crease of $33,000,000 in Imports of articles
in a crude condition for use in manufactur
ing and of about $30,000,000 in articles of
food. The Increase in- Importations of manu
facturers materials occurred chiefly in India
rubber, nearly $6,000,000, raw silk $12,000,000.
and about $8,000,000 In certain other article
used by manufacturers. The Increase in Im
portations of food stuffs occurred chiefly In
coffee, about $17,000,000, and sugar about
$14,000,000. la manufactures the figures for
the seven months ending with January enow
a slight reduction as compared with the cor
responding month of last year, though in these
statements with reference to details of imports
It should be understood that the figures are for
the coven months ending with January, the
details for February not having been completed.
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc
There Is a revival in the Eastern demand
for Northwestern wheat. It has not resulted
in much business yet, but has caused holders
to ask higher prices, which have to be met
if the grain Is to be secured. Oats and bar
ley continue qu4c$. and hay Is dull and weak.
W HEAT 'Walla Walla. SCff87c; bluestcm,
94c. Valley, K7t ivr bushel.
FLOUR Patents. $4,00 04.63 per bar
rel, straights, $4.3004.45; clears. $3.85 4;
alley, J4.J0&4.25; Dakota hard wheat. $G.5O0
5:30; Graham. $3.50 4; whole wheat, $4
?4.25; rye flour, local, $5: Eastern. $5
6.10; cornmeal, per case, $1.90.
BARLEY Feed, $23 per ton: rolled $24
OATS-No. 1 white. $1.37Ji1.42; gray. $1.60
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $19.50 per ton; mid
dlings. $25; shorts, $22; chop. U. S. Mills.
$10. linseed dairy foods, $18; linseed oil
meal, car lots, $3 per ton; less than car
lots. $30 per ton.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 90
pcund sacks, $0.75; lower grade. $5 6.23:
oatmeal, Bteel cut, 50-pound sacks, $8 per
barrel; 10-pound Eacks, $4.25 per bale;
oatmeal (ground). 50-pound sacks. $7.50 .per
barrel; 10-pound sacks. $4 per bale; split
peas. $1 per 100-pound sack; 25-pound
boxes. $L15; pearl barley, $4 per 100 pounds;
25-pound boxes. $1.25 per box; pastry flour,
10-pound sacks, $2.50 per bale.
HAT Timothy. S14&1G per ton; clover.
$U312: grain $Ugi2; cheat, $1112.
'Butter. Eggs. Toultry, Etc
The egg market held barely steady yester
day, as receipt exceeded shipments and local
sales. Net much poultry came in, which, was
Just as well, as the demand " was Glow, ex
cept for Spring chlekene. The butter market
EGGS Oregon ranch. 18a per doien.
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
ery. 32 Vic per pound; fancy creamery. 30c
x State creameries: Fancy creamery 27H3
32'tc; dairy, 1517c; store butter. I4ei5c:
CHEESE Full cream twins, new, 14015c:
old. lc: Americas, 14015iac
POULTRY Fancy hens. 14&l4ic: old hent
ere. lOfrllc, young rosters. ll4ffl2V-c:
Springs. l'i2 pounds. 17f 18c; broilers. 1I$
turkeys, Alive. 17?lSc; turkey, dressed poor,
l"'i?18c: turkeys, choice. 20$f22Vje; geese, live,
per pound. S?e; geese, dressed. lOffllc:
ducks, old. $Sy9: ducks, young as to size.
$9C9.50; pigeons. J 1 1.25. equahs. $282.50.
Vegetable. Fruit. Etc
The steamer produce was landed yesterday
in gooa condition, it was badly wanted, as
Front street was almost bare of green stuff.
Oranges and bananas continue scarce, but the
market win do relieved m & day or tiro.
t3ftET4 RT.PSTntnlr 1 - i..
i j uccwj, i parsnips, al.bu; cab-
m cm r?atlfnrn1a 1U- 1t.i,. vn.7.
LOO per box; parsley. 25c dozen; tomatoes. $2.25
uc, muuuoncr, per crate; egg plant.
vvlluu, ceiery. J.uu per crate
peas, 10c per pound; peppers. 25c per pound
sprouts, fie. asparagus. 7tt4gfc per pound: rhu
barb, $L25 ier crate : cucumbers, $2 per dozen
CNTONS Fancy. Jf2.DOS3.10; No. 2. $101.50
buying price. '
POTATOES Oregon fancy, S595c; com-
men. ujovc, uuisia price; .Merced sweets.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4 -crown. T-ic-6-layer
Muscatel raisins, "He; unbleached teea
Jrw jmmrn. w. xjonaon iaycns, iKrown,
'""in wxni yuuuun, ci.cw. .-crown, si 75,
California blacks. 551c: do white, none; Smyr
na, 20c: Fard dates. 6c; plums, pitted, 6c.
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples, fancy, $X.T5Q
2.60 per box: choice. $1L23: common, 509
75c: flgs. S5C0S2.5O per box.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, fancy. $2,759
3.75: choice. $2.75 per box: oranges, fancy.
$2.2 25 per box; choice. SL5O01.75: standard.
$1.2531 J50: tangerines, $160&2 per box: grape
fruit. $2.5033 per box: bananas, "S5V4s per
Meats and Provlalous.
A new local provision price list quotes slight
advances In lard, also In picnic i"ii.
BEEF Dressed, bulls, 334c; cows, leSJjc:
country steers. 45ic
MUTTOX Dressed, fancy, 77$4c; ordinary,
VEAL Dressed. 100- to 125, THSSHc per
pound; 125 to 200. 5 05 Vic. 200 and up. 3HS4c
PORK Dressed. 100 to 150. 5c per pound;
150 and up. 7VQ6c
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds, 12Uc per pound;
14 to 10 pounds. 12iic; 18 to 30 pounds. 12 Vic:
California (picnic). .8c; cottage hams. 9c;
shoulders. Site; boiled ham, 20c; boiled picnic
ham. boneless, 14c
J3ACOX Fancy breakfast. 16c per pound;
standard breakfast. 14c; choice 12c; English
breakfast, 11 p 14 pounds, 12c; peach bacon,
SAUSAGE Portland ham. 12VJc per pound;
minced ham. 10c; Summer, choice dry, 17c;
bologna, long, 54c: welnerwurst, 8c; liver. 5c;
potk. 9c; blood, 5c; headcheese. 5c; bologna
sausage, link. 4&c
DRY SALT CURED Regular short clears,
BVic salt, lOc smoked; clear backs. 9c salt.
10c smoked; clear bellies. 14 to 17 pounds
average He salt. 12c smoked; Oregon ex
ports, 20 to 25 pounds average, lOVic salt,
HHc smoked; Union butts. 10 to 18 pounds
average, 8c salt. 9c smoked.
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs feet. bar
rels. $5; Vi-barrels. $2.75; 15-pound kit, $1.25;
pickled tripe, -barrels, $5; H-barreis, $2.73;
15-pound kit. $1.25; pickled pigs tongues, fe
barrels. $6; H-barrels. $3; 15-pound kits. $l-5u;
pickled Iambs" tongue, -barrels. $3; i.bar
rels, $5.50; 15-pound kits, $2.7C.
LARD Leaf lard, kettle-ranuered: Tierces,
95ic: tubs. 8c; 60s. 9c; 20b. 10c; 10a. lOfic;
6s. lOVic. Standard pure: Tierces. Sc; tubs,
9Vtc: 60s. 9Vic: 20s. 9Wc: 10s. fiSc: 5s. 951c
Compound: Tierces, 6c; tubs, 6Vlc; 60s. 6Uc;J
Groceries, Nuts, Etc
COFFEE Mocha. 2tSS2Sc; Java, ordmary. lo
20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18020c; good. lOOISc;
ordinary. 10&12c per pound; Columbia roast,
cases, 100s, $13.33; 60s. $13.3S; Arbuckle.
$14.38; Lion, $14.38.
RICE Imperial Japan. 'o. 1, $5.3714; South
em Japan. $3.60; Carolina, 44ifCc; brokenhead,
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails.
$1.75 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; 1-pound
Ha lb. $1.85; fancy 16114-pound flats, $1.30;
J4-pound flats, $1.10; Alaska pink, 1-pound
tails, S5c; red. 1-pound tails, $1.45; sockeye
1-pound tails, $1.65.
SUGAR Sack basis, 100 pounds: -Cube. $&30;
powdered, 50.05; dry granulated. $5,937 -extra
C. $5.45; golden- C, $5.35; fruit sugar, $5.65, ad
vance over sack basis as follows: Barrets, 10c;
half-barrels, 25c; boxes, 60c per- loo pounds.
(Terms: On remittance within 15 days, deduct
14c per pound; if later than 15 days and within
20 days, deduct He per pound; no discount
after 30 days.) Best sugar granulated. $5.b5
per 100 pounds; maple sugar, isyitso per
SALT California. $11 per ton. $1.60 oer bale,
Liverpool. 60s. $17: 100s, $16.50; 200s. $16:
half-ground. ltOs, $7; 60s, $7.50.
NUTS Walnuts. lSJic per pound by sack, lc
extra for less than sack; Brazil nuts, 15c; fil
berts, 14c; pecans, jumbos, 14c: extra large,
15c; almonds, L X. L.. JS&c; chestnuts, Ital
ians, 15c. Ohio. $4.60 per 25-pound drum; pea
nuts, raw; 71jc per pound; roasted 9e; pine
nuts. 1 OS 12 lie; hickory nuts, 7c; cocoanuts,
85J?lK)c per dozen.
BEANS Small white, 4c; large white. 34c;
pink. 3Vic; bayou, 314c; Lima, &&C
Hops, Wool, Hides. Etc
HOPS Choice 1904, 231i24c per pound.
WOOL Valley, 19S20C per pound; Eastern
Oregon, 12gl7c per pound.
MOHAIR Choice. 25026c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pounds and up.
lOglGl-c per pound; dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 13
pounds, 14 15c per pound;" dry calf. No. 1.
under 5 pounds 17QHSc; dry halted, bulls and
stags, one-third less than dry flint; (.culls,
moth-eaten, badly cut, scoreo, murrain, halr
ellpped, weather beaten or grubby, 2&3c per
pound less); salted hides, steers, sound, 60
pounds and over. 9310c per pound; 60 to 60
pounds, 8!6&c per pound; under 50 pounds
and cows, 8g9c per pound; salted stags and
bulls, sound. 6c per pound; salted kip, sound.
IS to 30 pounds, 9c per pound; salted veal,
wound, 10 to 14 pounds. 9c per pound; salted
calf, sound, under 10. pounds. JOc per pound;
(green, unsalted, lc per pound less; culls, lc
per pound less). Sheep skins; Shearlings. Nc
1 butchers' stock, 2530c each; short wool. No.
1 butchers stock. 405Oc each; medium wool.
No. 1 butchers' stock. GOJfSOc: long wool. No.
1 butchers' stock. $11.&0 each. Murrain pelts,
from 10 to 20 per cent less, or 12,14c per
pouno; uorse niaes, sane a. earn, aeeorcinr to
size. $1.502; dry, each, according to size, $10
1.50; colts' hides, 2550c each; goat skins,
common. 10315a each: Aurora, with wool on.
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 2j;4c; No. 2
and grease. 23c
PELTS Bear eklns. as to -sixe. No. 1. S2.5Q
10 each; cubs. $162; badger, 25350c; wild
cat, with head perfect, 25&50c: house cat, 69
vc; iox. common gray, iiUQfixc; reo, $3&3;
cross. S515; silver and black, $10OS300; fish
ers. $5C; lynx, $4.&og; mink, strictly No. 1,
according to size. $12.60; marten, dark North-
era, acroramg to size and color, $10a"15; mar
ten, pale. pine, according to tlze and color,
$2.50ff4; rauskrat. larce. 10015c: skunk. 40fa
60c; civet, or polecat, 5010c; otter, large, prime
nun, (tiu; panmer, wun neao ana claws per
fect, $205; raccoon, prime. 3050c; mountain
wolf, with head perfect, $3.6005: coyote, ttOo
01; wolverlnp, $&S8: beaver, per skin, large.
5g6: medium, $3S4; small, $1L50; kits.
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. Q22c
CASCARA SAGRADA (Chlttam bark) Good.
4S4V4C per pound.
OREGON GRAPE ROOT Per 100 pounds.
FEATHERS Geete. white. 35340c; geese,
gray or mixed. 2503Oe; duck, white. 15220c;
duck, mixed. 12015c
GASOLINE Store gasoline, cases. 231ic; Iron
barrels, 17c: 86 deg. gasoline, cases. 32c; Iron
barrels or drums; 26c
COAL OIL Cases. 21c: iron barreU. 13e:
wood barrels, none; 63 deg.. cases, 22c; iron
barrels. 151ac; Washington State test burning
ous. except neaaiignt. ec per gainn hlgner.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. 6R: cases. 68c
Boiled: Barrels. C3c; cases. 6Sc; lc less In
TURPENTINE Cases. S5c; barrels. 82c.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots. 7 lie; 600-pound
lots. 7ic; less than 600-pound lots, 8c
Prices Quoted at Portland Union Stockyard
Receipts at tho Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 46 cattle, 613 sheep and 94
hogs. The following prices were quoted at the
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers, $4;
cows and heifers. $333.25; medium, $1.5002.
HOGS Best large, fat hogs. $6; blosk and
China fat, $5.2505.50; stockers, $5.
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley.
$4.5054.75; medium. $404.60. .
Prices Current at Kansas City, Omaha and
CHICAGO. March 2L Cattle Receipts. 4000.
Market steady to strong. Good to prime steers.
$5.15-6.25; poor to medium. $S.S505; stockers
and feeders. $2.7504.60; cowr. $2,800-4.50; helf.
ere. $305.15; canncrs, $1.5002.40; bulls, $2.40
04; calves. $380.50.
Hogs Receipts, 35,000; tomorrow. 30,000.
Market &c higher: mixed and butchers, $5.5 f
6.45; good to choice hear', $5.3535.50; rough
heavy, $5.2025.30; light, $5.1503.40; bulk ot
Sheep Receipts, 15,000. Market for sheep
and lambs steady. Good to choice wethers.
$5.7506.20; fair lo choice mixed. -505.4O: West
cm sheep. $506; native lambs, 5.502?7.75;
Western lambs, $607.75.
SOUTH OMAHA, March 21. -Cattle Re
ceipt!. 8000; market 10c higher. Native steers.
$S. 755.60; cows and helf ens, $3.0004.23; can-
nera. $2.0002.00; stockers and feeders. $3.00
4.50; calves, $2.7505.75; bulls, stags, etc,
Hogs Recejpts, SOOO; market 5c higher.
Heavy.' $5.0503.25; mixed. $5.1003,13; light,
$6.005.17H; Plf $4.0004.75; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 3500; -market lower. West
ora yearlings, $5.7306.15; wethers, $5.5005.73;
KANSAS CITT. Mo., ilarch 21. CatUe
Receipts 10.000; market steady to strong:
native steers. $4.2005.60; stockers and
feeders. $304.73; Western fed steers, $4.25
5.50; do cows. $3.25 04.50.
Hogs Receipts 12.000; market strong to
5c higher; bulk of sales. $3.1505.35; heavy.
$3.3005 40; packers, $5.2005.30; pigs and
Sheep Receipt 4000; market 10c higher,
.Muttons. $4.90 06; lambs. $0.6007.50; rangs
wethers. $5.5006.60; red ewes. $4.90 6 5.63.
Dairy Produce la Uio East. -CHICAGO.
March 21- On the Produce Ex
change today, the butter market was flrra;
creameries. 20026c; dairy. 18022c Eggs
strong at mark. aSHc: firsts. 15e: prime,
15016c; extras, 17c Cheese firm, 12013 lie
NEW TORE, March 21. Butter and cheese
unchanged; tElr ' etrcnter; Weetern Ctf, '17
RUMORS OF DIVIDENDS
REPORTS ARE MADE USE OF TO
High Money Rates Cause Large Hold
ers, to Transfer Their Securi
ties to London.
NEW YORK. March 21. The narrowing lim
its of the speculation was a. tact clearly de
fined by the day's events In the money market.
and It Is generally believed that the money
outlook is the factor making for restriction.
Not only was the volume of dealings largely
curtailed. 'but It caused prices to sag.
The hope that yesterday" late ana strong
rally marked a resumption of the upward move
ment did. not last longer than the first neur
today. Profit-taking was freely In evidence.
and there was no substantial demand to follow
the align topenlng advance In prices. There
was a resumption of strength at some points
during the rest of the day. but it was In the
less important grade of stocks that failed to
Impress sentiment In the same degree as sim
ilar movements In stocks of the first class.
Neither was there evidence of strength well
sustained, the whole market chawing the effect
of the diminishing demand.
Industrials and epeclalties made up the
largest portion ot the day's showing of
strength. The Southern Iron merger report
was revived In full vigor, and taa railroad
equipment stocks still were responsive to the
brilliant business .prospects In that department
of Industry. The unvarying growth and ex
pansion reported from all lines of trads ana
Industry bad a natural Influence upon the
securlUes representing different industries cov
ered by these reports. In addition, there were
many rumors that dividend resumptions and
increases were in definite prospect, wnlcn
eventuated la the Tennessee Coal dividend.
The Corn Products stocks were ln contrast
to the rule, and suffered from expressed doubts
of the maintenance of the dividend. Justified,
as tho market closed, by the announcement of
a reduction. Sugar reflected the shutting down
of Its principal jeflnery. In the Chicago Union
Traction stocks, the obvious trouble was tne
action against Its franchises by the Chicago
In the railroad department, while tho interest
was small and the movements mostly abortive.
the reports upon which they were based pointed
to projects of grandiose proportions. Thus it
was said that Pennsylvania was taking over
Atchison with the purpose of guaranteeing a
5 per cent dividend on that stock. There were
vague Intimations of an immediate dividend
to be forthcoming on Southern Pacific Tne
Chesapeake & Oho movement also was connect
ed with dividend rumors.
The easier tone ot the call money market
was attributed to the passing of the effects of
the Government's withdrawals of deposits from
the banks last week. It was said also that
same large holders of securlUes were transfer
ring their fltock on a large scale to London,
with a view to taking advantage of the lower
money rate. The effect would be to relieve
the local' money market of that much demand,
and It is thought to confusa somewhat the
estimates of the demand for our securities for
foreign account. Time money was firmer- Ster
ling exchange continued weak. Tb"o closing of
the stock market was weak and at the lowest
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, par value,
$3,635,000. United States bonds were all un
changed on caUV
Sales. High. Low. bid.
AtchlRon 45,500 81 S314 S)Ji
do preferred 1.100 103U 103 IBS
Atlantic Coast Line.. 2.000 143i 142 14114
Baltimore & Ohio 7,300 loo 1054 lal4
do preierred 400 97 Vi 8
Canadian Pacific 26,700 ISOli 147T4 147
Central of N. J i
Chesapeake & Ohio.. 43.900 CO 5bU ds
Chicago A Alton 400 42U 414 41i
do preferred 600 82 81 S0i
Chi. Great Western., 2,900 241 23T 23Ji
ChL & Northwestern. 100 241i 241 240l
Chi.. MIL & St, Paul. 27,900 lSlli 1801i 180S
do nreferred 1.800 34 33 3314
C C. C & St, L.... 9,300 111 10S4 10S14
Colorado & Southern. 900 25 24! 2iVx
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred..... 500 36 35
Delaware & Hudson.. 1.40O 192 190
DeL. Lack. & West,
Denver & Rio Grande -100
do preferred -
do 1st preferred.... eoo
do 2d preferred..... 1.000
Hocking Valley .... 100
do preferred -
Illinois Central 2.100 1C24 160?;
do preferred 300
Kan. City Southern
oo preferred 4t
Louisville & Nashv.. 8.200
Manhattan L. ......
600 1634 163V 16S
.300 SS S7U 87
Metro?. Securities ... 1
Metropolitan SL Ry.. 5,
,400 1241 123H 123
Mexican Central ....
24 H 24H
Minn. & SL Louis...
.ZOO 62 Vi 6 01
4.700 120 1184 118
3.700 165 165 166
6.SC0 1084 10714 107U
M.. St. P. & S. S. M.
Missouri Pacific ....
Mo.. Kan. & Texas.. ......
do preferred ....... 1,100
NaUonal of Mex. pfd.
New York Central... 24.200 1634 1614 101H
N. T., Ont. & West. 12,300 62 604 60
orioiic & western.. o,ow ao
do preferred .....
Pennsylvania. 49.700 144
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred.....
Rock Island Co..
oo preicrrea .......
St, L. & S. T. 2d pfd.
bu L. boutn western.
do preferred ....... 3,900
ao preicrrea .......
Southern Railway ...
Texas & Pacific......
Toledo. St. L. & W.
do preferred .......
Wheeling & L. Brie.
Wisconsin Central ..
000 lisi; nsvi lieu
!W SMI Ml! rts.il
Amalgamated Copper 62.500
Amer. Car & Foundry 5.600
American Cotton Oil.
do preferred ..
American Linseed Oil
do preferred .....
American Locomptivs 17.700 48U
00 preierrrG .30 11
Am. Tobacco pf. cert, 900 9614 95H 961
Aiuconm aiming la z.4t 10 V 113 1191
Brooklyn R. Transit. 5,200
Colorado Fuel &. Iron 30.700'
1 Mr? . . v
General Electric ....
North American .....
People's Gas .......
Pressed Steel Car....
Pullman Palace. Car.
Tenn. Coal & Iron...
U. S. Leather
T7. E. Realty.
U. S. Rubber.
15.200 384 3S
1.600 102 iro
200 454 45U
7.2O0 11214 1104 1WT4
6.600 2314 H 3SH
?mi OI tyrsl tint
300 10314 103U
30O 91-4 94
900 4ITi 41
do preferred .
V. S. Steel
.... oo ins 111 me
do preferred 27,600
Va.-Carnllna Chemical 660
OO 10s MS 1074
S0O 1R1LL 1E1 lcmr
Western Enloa- .
1(Y oti2 -oi' r-
Total sales for the day. 940.000 shares.
U. .8. ref. 2s rg.
V. S. 3s reg...,
U, S. new 4s rg
V. 3. old-4 reg
do ycoupon. ...
March 2L CJoiing quota-
Atchison AdJ .4s.
D. i R, G. 4s. . .
N. T. Cent. lsts.
Nor. Paclflc 3s..
Nor. Pacific 4s..
So. Paclflc 4s...
Union Pacific 4s.
-s. mocks at Load on.
LONDON, March 2L Consols lor money.
otii; consols tor account, 814
Anaconda ...... 64
Atchison ...... I3H
do preferred... 1064
"BalUroors & O..H2H
Ontario XfTmmr ant.
Pennsylvania ... 7?"S
De Beers lTHISc Railway.
D. & Rio Grande Z5
do preferred... 924
4S -rCnlon Pacific...
do 1st pret... 83 S
do 2d pref . ... 70
U. S. Steel
Illinois Central. 167
Louis. Si N ash. i, 140
Me, .Kas.' A Ti 32i
N. T. Central.. 16S
SAN FRANCISCO. March 21. The official
closing quotaUons for mining 'stocks today
were as follows:
Julia $ 106
Occidental Con.. .90
Best & Beloher.
llPotosl ...7" "II 111
Challenge Con.. .
12iScorplon ........ .19
Con.. Cal. & Vs. llsoisierra Nevada... .31
Crown Point 07iSllver Hill 66"
Exchequer 45Unlon Con. J 35
Gould & Curry-. .14IUtah Con. 06
Hale & Norcross .45lYellow Jacket... .11
NEW TORE, March 21. Closing quota
Adams Con $ .25Llttle Chief $ .06
.03 Phoenix M
.08 PotosI 00
1.43 Savage 11
1.05 Sierra Nevada... .27
3.25 Small Hopes 25
Con.. Cal. & Vs.
BOSTON. March 2L Closing quotations:
Adventure ...$ 6.00'Mohawk $ 53.00
Allouez ...... .22.00
Mont C- Sz C.
Am. Zinc 12.00
Cal. & Hecla.. 670.00
U. S. Mining.
U. S. Oil
Dominion Coal 30.00
Isle Royale. . ..
Wolverine . . .
Money, Exchange. Etc:
NEW TORlt. March 21. Money on call
steady. 3334 per cent; closing bid, 314 per
cent; offered at 34 per cent. Time loans firm
er; 00 and 90 days, 34334 per cent: six
months. 3433!4 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper. 34$44 per cent.
Sterling exchange weak, with actual business
in bankers bill at $1.850524.86 for demand,
and at S4.S390ff4.64 for 60-day bills; -posted
rates. $4.85 and $4.87. Commercial bills.
Bar silver, 6S'4c
Mexican dollars, 44c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds Ir
LONDON, Bar silver, firm, 26 13-16d per
Money. liQ2 per cent.
Rato of discount for short bills. 24 per cent;
for three months' bills, 211 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 21. Silver bars.
5S4c per ounce -
Drafts Sight, 74c; telegraph, 10c
Sterling on London Sixty days, $.MU;
Dally. Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON. March 21. Today's state
ment of the Treasury balances In the general
Available cash balance $139,850,340
Portland $664,375 $ 95.470
Seattle .... . 942.074 91.832
Tacoma 541.430 113.763
Spokane 469.493 43,074
BULLISH WHEAT MARKET.
Unexpected Strength at Liverpool Gives
Prices Good Start.
CHICAGO. March 21. Sentiment in the
wheat market was bullish throughout. At
the start May was unchanged to ic higher
at $1.144 01.1SH. July was up HO 14. at
92 3924c Unexpected strength at' Liver
pool, following weakness here yesterday,
was partly accountable for the opening firm
ness, ine Juay option was the enter attrac
tion early in the day. A leading bull trader
was the principal buyer. Owing to small
offerings. May rose rapidly to $1.1514 and
July to 93c The market then weakened
somcwnai. an proni-iaKing. cut tne reaction
was soon overcome by bullish news from
the Northwest, Shorts were moderate pur
chasers late In the day. The market closed
firm with May 14c higher at $l-151i. Final
quotations on July were at 9254r924c a
gain of Uc.
Corn ruled weak. May closed USic off
Oats followed corn. May closed SClic
lower at 3114 63114c s
Provisions Were weakened by profit-taking
in pork. Tho market lacked support from
packers. Higher prices tor. live hogs had a
slightly bullish effect early In the day.
but prices soon eased off. At the. close May
pork was off 12 '4 15c: lard was down
24Cc and ribs were 1 714 c lower.
Tne leading rutures ran ecu as toiiows:
. Open. High. Low. Close
May $1.144 $r.l64 $1.1414 $1.1514
July 02H .93U ,92i .92H
September 8614 -S0?s .664 -864
May 4914 ,49i .4514 .4ST4
July 4914 - .494 -49 494
September 49 .4914 .4014. .49J4
May 81H .314 -3i -3Ui
July. 311 .3l4. .301, .SOU
September . .294 .29, .29 .2314
May 12.90 12.9714 12.85 12.83
July 13.124 12.1214 13.00 13.00
7.1714 -7.12141 "-12U
7.324 7.274 1 7.27H
May 6.95 7.00 6.90
July 7.15 7.1714 7.10
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $1.1061.15; Nc 3,
$1.0261.12; Nc 2 red. $1.15461.174.
Com No. 2.' 474c: No. 2 yellow, 484e.
Oats Nc 2. 31c; No. 2 white, 3363314c: Nc
S white. 3103214c
Rye No. 2. 7SJ4C
Barley Good feeding, 35610c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1, $1.23; No. 1 Northwestern.
Mess pork Per barrel, $12.80612.85.
Lard Per 100 pounds. $767.0214.
Short ribs sides Loose, $6.87467.
Short clear sides Boxed. $767.1214.
Flour, barrels 26.700 25.000
Wheat, bushels 43,000 - 65.700
Corn, bushels 729.700 202.200
Oats, bushels 461.400 256.400
Rye. bushels 8.O00 3,600
Barley, bushels lOO.OO? 280,000
Grain aad Produce at New Tork.
NEW TORK. March 21. Flour Receipts. 33.-
600 barrels; exports. 2700 barrels. Market
dull at ojd prices.
Wheat Fecelpts, 1000 bushels; spot firm; No,
2 red Northern nominal elevator; No. 2 red.
$1.1814 X. c b. afloat; Nc 1 Northern Duluth,
$1.234 i. c b. afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba.
Sl.OS f, o, b. afloat. Wheat acted firm todar
'and was higher up to the last hour, when a
beatisn Argentine crop estimate Impelled mora
or less realization. The doee was Irregular,
May at 114c advance and others 14c net lower,
May closed $1.134; July, 974c; September,
Hops Easy. '
Hides Quiet, v .
ChaBges la Available Sap pile.
NEW TORK, March 21. Special cable and
telegraphis communications received by Brad
street's show the following changes In aval I -
abel supplies, as compared with last account:
Wheat. United States and Canada, east
of the Rockies, decreased 3S5.000
Anoae zor xna m .urope, increaeec.. 500.000
Total supply, decreased LS34.000
orn. umiea siun ana nas. ease
- of the Rockies. Increased 291,000
Oats. United States and Canada, east
ot the Rockies, Increased. ..... ...1,182,000
Wheat at LUerpoel.
LIVERPOOL. March 2L Wheat May,
S4d: July. 6 914
VTktmt at TaeecB.
TAOOJCa. 14rca 2L Wheat-UachangeU;
Ches. & Ohio... 61 'Reading . -
Chgo. CU West. 25 Kj do 1st pre...
C if. i 8t P.1M I do 2d Tiref
lOliilUe-a, ; efts),- ,-s-
DEMAND FOR FINE WOOLS
SMALL AVAILABLE SUPPLY OF
Boston Market In Strong Position,
but Inactive: Foreign Wools
Are In Fair Demand.
BOSTON. March 21. While toe Boston wool
market Is considered by dealers to be in a
strong position, business is light in most
grades. The demand, as a rule, -favors the
fine wools. The slow movement of domestic
wools is due, in part, to small- available supply-
Foreign wools are in fair demand and
moving rather freely at sustained prices. Quo
California Humboldt and Mendocino, 27ff
2714c; Northern choice. 25ff2Sc; average. 19
21c; middle counties. ISStCOc; southern. 1517c
Oregon Eastern staple. 20921c; clothing,
lSglOc: Valley No. 1. 25025c.
. Territory Idaho, fine. 19920c; heavy fine,
i&617c: fine medium. lSS20c
Wyoming Fine. 1714lS4c: heavy fine, 153
16c; fine medium. lS319c
Utah and Nevada Fine. 17818c; heavy fine,
15S16c; fine medium, 174S18c
Montana Fine choice. 21822c; fine average.
19820c; fine medium choice, 21C22c; average,
ST. LOUIS. March 21. Wool-Dull; May me
dium grades combing and clothing. 23Q24c;
light fine. lS204c; heavy fine. 14i15c; tub
LONDON. March 21. The offerings at the
wool sales today amounted to 10.800 bales.
Good, soft-haired merino, greasy realized high
rate?, the Continent paying is 114d for comb
ings. There was a strong demand for cross
breds and prices hardened. Punta Arenas wool
sold briskly at full rates, Americans taking
HIGH GRADE STOCK FIRM.
Poor Potatoes Are Weak and Dragging
at San Francisco.
aVN FRANCISCO, March 21. (SpeclaU-Tbe
potato market stands upflrmly for high-grade
stock, but medium and low grades are dragging
and weak. Oregon Burbasks brought by the
Columbia sold more freely, with a range of
$1 to $1.25, the top price being difficult to
obtain, as offerings lacked quality. Seed pota
toes move well at 9061. IS. Receipts of new
potatoes were largeraind the market easier, at
VS63c despite some shipping demand. Strictly
fancy Oregon onions were firmly held at $3.25;
inferior were easy at $3. Green peas were
weaker under large arrivals. Asparagus was
steady, with shipping demand good. Rhubarb
was in large supply and ucsettlid.
Sound oranges, especially small sizes, clean
up well at flrni prices. Much poor stock is
expected here as a result of the storms when
southern districts resume regular shipments.
About six carloads of oranges are already in
hand for tomorrow's auction. Other citrus
and tropical fruits arc steady. Three newly
arrived carloads of Northern apples, chiefly Ben
Davis, are on the market at $161-40.
The speculative market for wheat closely lot
lowed Chicago: Barley futures bad a light de
cline. Spot prices of both cereals were steady.
Black and white oats were weaker and choice
red firm. Hay was lower. Fecdstuffs were
Butter is steadier on account of large orders
for Sound ports. Cheese is steady. Eggs are
weaker. Receipts, 72,400 pounds butter, 7100
pounds cheene. 49,960 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Garlic SO 40c; green pear.
21464c; string beans, 15620c; asparagus, 366c;
tomatoes, $1.5062; egg plant, 15c
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. 18620c; roost
ers, old, $565.60; do young. $6.5067.60; broil
ers, small. $364: large. $4.5065.50; fryers.
$5.5060; hens, $57; ducks, old, $566; do
CHEESE Young America, 12613c; Eastern,
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 23c; creamery
eeconds, 23c; fancy dairy, 23c; dairy seconds.
BGGS-Store. 1646171ic; fancy raijch, 20c
WOOL Lambs', 16218c.
HOPS 23625c per pound.
HAT-Wheat, $10613.50; wheat and oats.
$9612.50: barley. $8610; alfalf, $8610.50; clo
ver. $7Q9; stocks, $68": straw, 25650c 1
MILLFEED Bran, $20,50621.50; middlings.
FRUIT Apples, choice. $2; do common. 75c;
bananas. 75c6$3; Mexican limes, $45; ba
nana?. 73c6$2.50: Mexican limes, $164.50; Cal
ifornia lemons, choice. $2.50; do common. 73c;
oranges, navels. 75c62; pineapples. $264.
POTATOES Early Rose. 1.4061.60: River
Burbanks. 75c6$l; sweets, 7560OC; Oregon Bur-
RECEIPTS Flour. 2334 quarter sacke; wheat.
1057 centals: barley. 1430 centals; beans. 1400
sacks; corn. 6C0 centals; potatoes. 2631 sacks;
bran. 665 eacks; middlings. 675 sacks; hay. 14T
tons; wool, 2S2 bales; bide. 193.
NEW YORK. March 21. The London tin
market was higher, closing at 136 2s 6d for
spot and 1S4 10a for futures. Locally, the
market was held higher, la sympathy with the
foreign improvement. Spot demand. 22.659
Copper declined In London, closing at 68 3s
9d for spot and 6S lis 3d for futures. Locally,
the market was reported: firm, with very lime.
if anything, offering below 15.374c for electro
lytic Lake. 15.37148 13.50c: electrolytic 15.:
ei5.37tic; casting. H.S7415.25c
Lead unchanged at 12 Ss 9d in London, and
at 4.506-4.600 In the local market.
Spelter was also unchanged in both markets.
remaining at 23 7s 6d in London, "and 6.13
6.25 in the locar market. ,
Iron was firm at 54s 6d In Glasgow and
49a 414d in Mlddleeboro. Locally, the market
was reported firm, with Nc 1 foundry North
ern quoted at $17.95618.25: No. 2 foundry
Northern. $17.5061S: No. 1 foundry Southern.
$17.75318.25 and No. 1 foundry Southern soft.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. March 2L The market for
evaporated apples was held at full late fig
urea, but buyers show little- interest tor
the time being. Common. 46514c; prime.
5f 6514c; choice, 66814c; fancy. 7c.
Prunes unchanged and quiet with quota
tions ranging 214 6574c for California fruit.
while Oregons sell as high as 7s for the
larger sizes. "
Apricots are quiet but firm with choice
quoted at 10611c; extra choice, 1114 912,J4'c;
Peaches unchanged at 1081014c for choice;
104 6104c for fancy; 1114 615c for extra.
Raisins show no fresh features, save as
the supplies of cheap stock are cleaning up.
The tone seems to be steadier, Loose Mus
catels are quoted at 4146614c; London
layers, $1.0561.25; seeded raisins, 54864c
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. March 21, Tho market fo:
coffe futures closed quiet, at a net decline of
5610 points. Part of the business was in the
shape -of rarltehea from near to late months.
Sales. 15,520 bags. Including May. 8.30c; July,
6.50c: September. 6-fSfj6.70c: October. 0.75c
November. 6.65c; December. 6.8566.90c Spot
Rio easy: Nc 7, 714c; mild, steady.
Surar Raw firm: fair refining; 4 7-1 6c: cen
trifugal. 96 test, 5c; molasses sugar. -4 3-1&C
Refined, firm; crushed. $5.75; powdered, $6.15
Grata at San. Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 21. Wheat and
barley quiet, Oats weaker.
Wheat Shipping. $L506L$3; mllllng,$l.656
Barley Feed. $124615; brewing; $L2116
; Oats Red. $1.4061.70; whits, $K42VrO1.90
Can beard sales Wheat quiet; May. $1.45U
oia; December, xis. .
Barley Quiet; May, $1.184; December, 97c
corn Large yeiiew. $xzi.iO.
Stock Is Overascrfdy
BOSTON. March 21 Subscription lists for
an fasue of $25,000,000 of 4 per cent bonds by
the American Telephone & Telegraph Company
were opened today ny judder. Peabodr & Co.
and Baring Bros., and as the issue was fouad
to be largely oversubscribed, the lists were
closed. It was announced -that,Loadon had
subscribed for sore Uaaa ta
bonds. ' This is the. first time. It Is said, that
foreigners have bought largely of American
New York Cattoe Market.
closed steady at a net decline, of 1113 points.
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PORTLAND to THE DALLES
Steamers leave Portland
dally, except Sunday. 7 A.
M.: arrive daily at 8 P. M.
Connecting at Lyle. Wash., with Columbia
River Sz Northern Ry. Co. for Goldendale and
Klickitat Valley points. Landing toot of Alder
st. Phone Main 91 L 3. M DONALD, Agent.
For South-Eastern Alaska
Carryia U. 8. Mail and Exprea.
S. S. RAMO.VA, 8 A. il.
B. S. HUMBOLDT. 8 P. JL
From Tacoma same' cay. 2:46
A. M. and 5 P. M.
RAMONA March 6. via Vie.
toria ana fcxagway; March la,
via Victoria and Sitka.
HUMBOLDT March 10, via
Vancouver ana SKagwayi
freh 2T. via. Vancouver and Skagway.
COTTAGE CITC March 29, Vancouver and
All ships will make regular Southeastern
Alaska carts ot call. Above sailing- dates sub.
Ject to change without notice. S. a. Humboldt
will not cau ai x-ar. iuu.iu.
rrrr OT5 SEATTLE leaves Seattle TnelaT9
Thursdays, Sundays, 10 P. M.; call at Everett
and BelUaghaxn. Returning leaves Vancouver
Mondays, w.eoneiaj -ui x.noaje, catling at
aiMTsers connect at San Francisco with enm.
j.civ steamers tor ports In California.
lco and Humboldt Bay. For further Informa
tion obtain loiaer. lugat is reserved to change
steamers oe iuue uic
Portland... 219 "Washington st.
Seattle 113 James it. and docks
Ban lYau clsco. . ... IO Market at.
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10 Markat st.. Saa Francisco,
DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE TO
NORWAY, SWEDEN & DENMARK
Br the- fast I0,ow.ton twm-ecrew steamers.
HBLLIG OLAV. from New York, May 10
ijAutu siAi. jus, - iiay -
OSCAR II.. - June 7
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UNITED STATES. " " July 5
OBCAR J I., " " July 13
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a?0 Union Pacific
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tourist sleeping-can
daily to. Omaha, Chicago, Spokane:
tourist sleeping-car dally to Kansas City:
through Pullman tourist sleeplncrdtr (person
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago, Reclining
chair-cars (seats tree) to the East dally.
UNION DEPOT. Leaves. Arrives.
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SPECIAL tor the Easi Dally. Dally,
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For Eaitern Washington, Walla Walla, Lnw.
lston. Coeur d'AIenn and Great Northern points.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS. .... p V v
FOR ASTORIA and H:W P. M. 3;lP.M,
way points, connecting Daily, Daily,
wltn dteamer tor llwa. ' except except
co and North Beach Sunday, Sunday
steamer Hassalo. Ash- Saturday,
street dock (water per.) lu:U P. M.
FOR LEWISTON. 5:40 A. M. About
Idaho, and way points, Daily, 5:00 P. M.
from Rlparia, Wash. ex. Sat. ex. Fri.
iit-aiii uiivti, icira and wasnmgxon.
Telephone Main 712. C W. Stinger. City Tide-
j- aj. v.iaug. uenerai passenger aw.
S. S. CO.
Ticket on sale at
248 WASHINGTON STKEET
S. S. Columbia, March 27, April 6. 16. 28;
S. S. Sr. Paul. March 22. 27. April L 11. 21.
Leaving AInsworth Dock at S P- M.
Throusrh tlckata tn nnln Sni-; i
Francisco. JAS. H. DEWSCN. Axent,
Telephone Main 283.
fop SaTrm KGi-
7:23 A. M.
ourg, Ashland. Sac
ntmsnto. Ugdtn, san
Lo Anselea. i-i'l
rtiao.- New Lirleaus
Ana the East.
Morning u-urx cos
aects at Woodburn
(dally except Suu
jiy) wltn train tor
itount Angel, ouvcr-
S:30 A. M.
8:00 P. SL
noao A. M,
connects at W ood-
burn with ML Angel
and Sllverton local.
T:30 A. il.
S-M P. M-v
S5 A. if.
Daily. IIDaily. except Sunday.
PORTLAND-03WEGO SUBURBAN SERVICa
Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:39
A. M.. 1250, 2:05, s:3S, o:zo. 033, T:t5. ioav
p. m. Dally, except busday. B0, esso,
10;25 A. il IUV, J-l-JU i. Ji. BlUUtJ, uuu, r
Returning from Oswego arrives Portland dally
830 A. M.. 1:55. 3:05, 4:55. 6:15. 75. 93.
11-Ki t r DJlv- exceDt Sunday. 8:23. 7i2i.
80. 10-0. 11:15 A. M. Except Monday. 123
A. M. Sunday only. iu:oo a.
Leave from same depot tor Dallas and inter
mediate points dally except Sunday. 1:10 P. M.
Arrive Portland. 10:10 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor line oper-
j un ,n tnnmnuth and Airlift, connectlce
with S. P. Co. train at Dallas and Inde
pendence. pirgt-cjass tare irom, x-uroaoii w
and Saa Francisco, $20; berth, $3. SaeeEd
cuss fare. 13; second-class berth, 2.50.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Alia
Jspan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITT TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
WVshmsw'Tstrists. Phone Mala 7UL
Fuget Sound Limited for
Tacoma, Seattle, Olympla,
South Bend and Gray's
Harbor points 8:30 am
Norm Coast Llmltet. for
Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane,
Butte. St- Paul. New York,
Boston and all points East
and southeast............. 3:C0 pm
Twin City Express for
lacoma, Seattle, Spokane,
Helena, .St. Paul. Minne
apolis, Chicago, New York,
fcotton and all points East' '
and Southeast 11:13 pai
Puzet Sonna-KiTnsat city-St-
Louis Special, for .
lacoma, Seattle, Spokane, a
Butte, Billings, Denver, " '
omaaa, Kansas City. Sc.
Louis and all points East
And Southeast.......-.... 8:20 am 7:00 am
All trains dally, except on South Bend branch,
senger Agent, a3 Morrison at., corner Third.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
ff zvicf T
L,eav es. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Dally. For Maygera, Kalhler, Dally .
Qatskanle, West port,
Clifton, Astoria, War
:00 A. M- renton. FlaveL Ham- 11:10 A. H.
mond. Fort Stevens. -t
Gear hart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea. x
7-00 P. M Astoria Express. S:40 P. 3C."
J Dally. '
"Comm'i Agt.. 28 Alder it. 6. F. & p. A,
Phone Main 90S.
City Ticket Office, 123 Tbfars. Sc., Pbase 9.
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