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THE MORNING OBEGONIA3, TCESDAY, 'APRIL 4, 1'JOd.
lUTTER TAKES FALL
Surprising Decline Announced
by City Creameries,
ill State and Local Brands Are Af
fected by? the Change Lower
Quotations From Cali
fornia Are Cause.
V rat.on was saluted in the butter mar-
ik yesterday morning -when, at tho. epeaiag
tas:ness. it fvas mmnPwm that ooe of
' .arge city creameries had made a 5 -cent
jf i prices, lowering its quotation oh. extra
ti , creamery from 32 cents to -tic cent.
.3 . the biggest decline that has occurred
-j bu ' r prksec many seaisonx. The lead
aken t as followd by the other, teoal eroain
tiTA Front street prices aiso dropped.
TV cr ijtie was caused by Increasing receipts
, "-earn and butter aim! . a tower California
ir.a; . ;
e .ntrrdea to drop our price to 90 cents,"
Mr Mortenceii, "but we sw plainly that
f i id wc would 1m yi to go to 27ft cents
a ''w days, eo wo concluded to go to 27Vfe
, a' druT. The California, market is much
l - parity with Portland, and JSan Fran-
j l:;pTers are 4e4ty making offers at 22
'a- 1 22'
cents. With the Portland market at
, fe price notMag com 14 kp California
"e: . ut and rven with a 3K-tent sisrket
r California eouM wttfcrsoll us. There
rr? -wc have Dittoed aw ouotation for top
g-Jae liutter at T 54 cejit. Cream l also
ng m more freely, receipts having in-
rezKt about 28 per cent in the last two
-i F ..r,i street, state creamery brands.
i'ii hae bee ftetMng for W cents, wore
(.?-'-;. quoted S5Ttac. canon-Hie.
- ai.-- tutk a Ns, offerings -being made
San Francisco Cannot Unload Here.
S-ii FRANCISCO. April iSpocJal.) Thoi
r iket is heavily ovetloaded and weak. Is
'.i.on '0 the hit; surplus carried -over from
: rrk. 117,408 pounds arrived yesterday
ai "-ia. with the promtee of liberal re-(M'-
r.slv along as oonditien. arc favorable
rodii tion. ILacgc dealers are eagotly
i-cf k, g an outlet. Mtt tor Men it sau to
Nor.'i at 22 ccntc "caf-od" for WedHes-
(?a7 s iiamet are meetiBg with poor re-
ncr.'" II outewc orwsrs st not waterianzfe
tuffi:.! n,1y tontorrew, a 2c market to
pec-"J b the latter part of the week. Cheese
lS Et a ! Iieceipts were 96W) pounds. Eggs
a-p m wng oft" better and steadier as torm-
' rg has b'-en resumed. Receipts, 38,000 doeen.
( Dairy Produce at Chicago.
IIHWJO. April 3. On the Produce Ex
c .arge iolay the butter market whs steady;
itM!tiri's, 2228c: dairies, 20926c
EGS- Steady. 16e; firsts, 10c; extras. 18c.
New York Produce Quotations.
Nf YORK. April 8. Butter, irregular;
s'ikc jri'-es. extra creamery. 28C2Sc; offl
c al r.i e-. creamery, oomaton to extra, 20?
2Sc, vji Aated. common to extra. ISfPSe;
Wcstfi-n fa' tory, eommoa to extra, 1822c;
V rrf-n imitation creamery, oommon t c-
t FEEt Firm: Mate full cream, small col
ored and while fancy. 14e; do., flue. 18ftc;
do. late made oelered and wMte, poor' to
; I'loi'-e. 10.13c; de.. large catered .ad white
fann, H-; do.. fie. 13H4Kltc
EGGS Steady; Western storage, packed, lSc;
d-., firsts. 17'ic
Grain. 5"iour, Feed. Etc.
WHEAT t'lub. 86CS7c per bushel; blue-
ser 8?.r94 ; Valley, SSc
FLOUR Patents, $4.60g4.S5 per barrel:
straights. $4.304.45; clears, $3.85f4: Valley,
S4 10JV4.25: Dakota hard wheat. $6.607.5:
J Graham, $3.501; whole wheat, $4&4.2fi; rye
l fl:ur, local. f&; Eastern, vo.tu; cornmai,
I per case. SL90.
b BARLEY Feed. $28.50 per ton; relied. $24
b OVTS-No. 1 white, $2SJ29 per ton; gray.
I S2702S rer ton.
fl MiLLST L'FFS Bran. $18.50 per ton; mld-
i. S25: shorts. $22: chop. U. S. Mtiie.
I' $19 linseed dairy foods, SIS; linseed oil-
l rrea. iar lots. $29 iter ton; less then car
i..js. $30 per ton.
FREL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 1K-
I C und earks. 5(3.75: lower grade. $56.25;
"atmfal, teel cut, 50-pound sacks. $S per
barrci; 10-pound sacks. $4.25 per bale; oat
meal 'ground). 50-pound sacks, $7.50 per bar
rel, It -pound sacks. $1 per bale: split peas,
$4 per Impound sack; 25-pound boxee. $1.15;
pearl barley, $4 per 100 pounds; 25-pound
brx's, $1.25 per box; pastry Hour, 10-pound
sa kc. per Date.
HAY Timothy, $146 16 per ton: clover. $11
(ffjs, grain. iiQii; cneat, itfji.
Butter, Eggs, roultry. Etc
Egg receipts were large yesterday and prom-
-se this week to equal those of last. The open
quotation was it'M cents, out tms was ire-
quertjy shaded. There were no poultry
CiiIS- regou ranch, 17jil7sc per dozen.
BL TTi.R City creameries: Extra cream
ers 27'i- per pound; fancy creamery. 2'Cc
Sate creameries: Fancy creamery. 25Sr27Vc:
dalrj. 15g'17e; More butter, lttl&c; Caitfer
r.a fawy creamery, 2t26c.
CHEESE Full cream twinE, new. 1415e;
oid. lbc: Americans.
P01 LTRY Fancy hens. 14 til 4 14c:' old hens.
13Iecl4c, mixed chickens. IfVlSVic; old
rooster?. llftllVsc: young roosters. 12lSc:
Springs, l' to 2 pounds. 2025c: broilers. 1
t V2 pounds, 252Se; dressed chickens. 15g
10; turkey, live, 17HSc; -turkeys, dreeed
poor. 17ilSc; turkeys, ehelce, 2022ic;
geese, Jive, per pound, btrirtfec; geese dressed,
per pound. 10 lie; ducks, old. $S.50g9:
duf'Ks. young as to stze, yJBo-oo; pigeons.
xiO'sls: squaos, z-ii-..J.
A'egetablcs, Fruit, Etc. .
Trading opened up actively on Fxont street
j eatcrdax, and if the woather hdlds good, ,a
big wcek a business will be done.- The days
receipts included one car each of bananas.
crpges and sweets. The latter wero from
the Merced combine -and wore In first-class'
condition. Oranges are moving even more
freely since the late advance. Celery is
scarce and higher. Potatoes are quoted steady.
w th plenty of common stoek offer I be. Onions
VEGETABLES Turnips. $1 per sack; car
rots. $1 25; beets. $1.25; parsnip.';. $1.25: cab
bage California, l4c; lettuce, hothouse. $1.75
2 00 per box; parsley. 25c dosen; tomatoes,
52.25 per crate: cauliflower. $2 per cratej egg
plart, 12tjc per pound; celery, $14.2S per
crate: peas, 89c per pound: peppers, 25c
per pound; asparagus. 10c per pound; rhu
barb. $161.25 per crate; cucumbers. $2 per
dozen; artichokes, oc per dozen; radishes, 15c
ONIONS-Oregon fancy, $2.S03.25; No. 2. $1
Sjl.wJ. buying prices; Australian, 5c per
POTATOES Oregon fancy. &5fl5c; common.
SBatoe, Buyers- price; .Merced sweots. lite
RAISINS Loose Muscatels, 4-crown, Tc;
5-laycr Muscatel raisins, 7c; unbleached seed-
Whole boxes of 20 rounds. $1.85: 2-crown. $1.75!
DRIED FRUIT-itApplcs, evaporated, 0f6to
per pound; sundried, saclt9 or boxes, none;
apricots, iv q. no; peacnes, ityiuifcc; pears,
none; prunes, Italians, 4&5e; French. 2'A4$,L.c:
figs California blackr-, 5c; do white, none;
Smyrna. 20c: Fard dates, c; plums, pitted. c
DOMESTIC FRLITS-Apples. fancy. $1,750
250 per box: choice $11.25; common. 50yi
75c, flgs, S5c$50 per box.
TR.'PICAL FRUITS Lemons, fancy. $2 75
S 25 choice. $2.75 per box: oranges, fancy.
$2.25S2.50 per box; choice. $22.25: standard.
$1 50Iv5. grape-fruit. $2.566 per box:
bananas, 554c per pound.
Groceries, Nuts, Etc
COFFEE Mocca. 25G2Sc: Java, ordinary, 10
20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18ff20c; good. 16$lSc:
-ilnary. 10912c per pound: Columbia, roast,
c?ses, 100s. S13.8S; 50s. $1S5S; Arbuoklc
$14 38: Lion. $K.S.
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1. $5.f7l; South
erjo Japan, $S.50; Carolina. 4gSc; broken
head. 2c. .
SALMON Columbia Kiver, 1-pound talis.
$1.73 per dozen; C-jxxlrn3 tails, $2-40; 1-poaad
flats. 51.S5; fancy. 'l-pound Aa8. ?l-fc:
it-pound flats.$1.10: Alaska pink. l-iound tails.
86c: rod, 1-pound tails, $1.45; sock eye?.
1-pound talis, $1.85.
SUGAR Sack basis. 100 pounds: Cube. $0.90:
)ewdered. $6.05: dry granulated, $5.95; extra
C $5.-45: golden C. $5.33; fruit sugar, so.aa. ad
vance over tack bails -as follow: Barrels. 10c:
half.barrels. 25c: boxes. 56c per 100 pounds.
Term: On remittance within 15 day, deduct
Vc per pound; if later than 15 days and within
30 day, deduct J&c per pound; no discount
after SO days.) Best sugar granulated, $5.86
per loo pounds; maple sugar. 10371&C per
SALT California. $11 per ton. $1.60 per bale.
Liverpool. 50c. $17; 300s, $16.50; 200s, $18;
StTTC IVolnutc t!V.i niir tuui V.- In
ioe; aimonoc, l x. L.. lt$3ic; chestnuts, liai-
nuts, raw, 7fcc per pound: roasted, 9c; plne-
iHitto, lotpizc; hickory nuts. 7c; cocoanuts,
SSfSMe per dozen.
BEAKS Small white. 4c: large white. 3c;
kpinB. osc; oayou, ac; Lima, aic.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS Choice, 1904. 23Vfrg21c per pound.
WOOL Valley. 20c per pound i Eastern
Oregon. 15lSc per pound.
MOHAIR Choice, 2Sjf31c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 10 pounds and up.
16&lGfee per pound; drj' Wp. No. 1. 5 to 15
pounds. 1115c per pound; dry calf. No. 1.
under 5 peandp. 17$l8c; do salted, bulls and
stags. one-third less than dry flint: (culls,
moth-eaten, badly cut, scored, murrain, hair
slipped, weather-beaten or grubby, 23c per
pound lesel: salted hides, steers, fcounc. w
inruuu- am vk,i ev ivt jrci jtuu , iai mi w
pounds. Sfergec per pound; under 50 pounds
and cohm, per pound; salted etags ana
bulls, sound. 6c per pound; Kilted kip. sound.
15 to 80 pounds. 9c per pound: salted veal;
sound. 10 to 14 pound. 9c per pound; railed
cau, souno, uaoer iu pounm, ioe per pouira,
(screen unsalted. lc per pound less: culls. 1c
per pound let). Sheep skine: Shearlings. No.
1 butcberer stock, 25ff3tc each; short woul, io.
1 butchem stock. 40w5Uc each; medium wool,
No. 1 butchers' stock, 00&$Qc; long wool, No.
1 butchers' etock. Sltrl.59 each. Murrain polts.
from 10 to 20 per cent Ices or 12$14c per
pouna; norse hides; suited, eacn, accoramg to
Blze, $1.502; dry. each, according to size. $lt I
L50: coits' hides, 25t5Gc each; goat eklns,
common. lOfflSc each; Angora, with wool on.
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 3H94c; No. 2
and crease. 23c
PELTS Bear skin, as to size. No. 1. $2.50
Git each: cubf. Slsi2: badger. 25CC0c: wild
crose. SOT1&: silvor &nd black. Si0O20V: nail
ers, S&ftf; lynx. S4.506; mink, strictly No. 1.
according to size. ilfg.M: marten, dark North
ern, according to size and color. $102 lo; mar
ten, pale. pine, according to size and ooior.
$2.&0ir4; muskrat. large, 10frl5c: kunk. 40
50c: civet or polecat. 5rl0c: otter, large, wlrae
sttin, iuiu; paiitner, wita nead and claws per.
lect. fzmo: raccoon, prime. aov&Oe: mountain
wolf, with head perfeot, $8.505; coyote, (SOc
tri; woivenne, $0; beaver, per ekin, large,
f&ac: medium. S3&4: email. SKS1.50: kits.
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 20622c
CASCAKA SAGRADA (Chlttam barkl Good.
4S-imQ per pound.
OREGON GRAPE ROOT-J?er 100 rind.
j"sAiit;iti5 tiee. wnitc 3540c; ges,
gray or mixed. 25980c; duck, white, 15g20e;
Meats ami Provisions.
BBEF Dressed, bulls, 3fi4c per pound; cows.
4vaKrc; country steers, sftpuvtC
MUTTON Dressed, fancy. 7c ter nound:
ordinary, 5tc; Spring jam Da tpeits on), $2.50
VEAL Dressed, 100 to 125, 77tc per
PORK Dresfeod.' 100 to' 160. 7fcc pc'r pound;
150 and up. 7V-Sc
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds. 12c per pound;
14 to 10 pounds, 12V4c; 18 to 20 pounds. 12c;
California (picnic), 8c; cottage hams. 9c:
shoulders, fi'c; botlod ham, 20c; boiled plcale
Daw, Doneiess, nc.
BACON Fancy breakfast. 16c rir noiind:
standard breakfast. 14c; choice, 12c; English
oreaKxast. it to n pounoo, l-c; peach bacoa,
SAITSAGE Portland ham. 12c per pound:
minced bain. 10c; Summer, ehoiee drj', 17-c;
bologna, long. 8 Vic; welnerwursl. Sc; liver. 5c;
pork. 9c; blood. 5c; headcheese. 5c; bologna
sttupege, jiiik, ic.
DRY SALT-CURED Regular short doani
9c salt. lOtyc smoked; clear backs. 9c halt.
10c Mnoked; near bellies. 14 to 17 pounds
average, nc mil. ic fmoKea; Oregon ex
ports. 20 to 26 pounds average. IDUe smit.
HHc smoked; union butt. 10 to 18 pounds
average, wii, ic imoKeo.
riCKLKD GUOUS- 1'leKled pigs' feet. l-bar-
rele. $5; Vi -barrels. $2.73: 15-nound klr.
pickled trtpe, froarreis. $s; -barrels. $2.75:
15-pound kit. $1.25; pickled pigs tongues.
ourreu. li-iMirrei?. a: jo-uouno kilns i sa-
reU. $5.50; 15-pound kits. $2.75.
LARD Leal wrd. kettle-rendered: Tliu-ri.
9c; tubs. 8Tic; 50s. 9c; 20. 10c; JOf, 10fgc;
5s. lOVc Standard pure: Tiereeri. S-jic. .tut
vc; uvs. ye; js, vnc: lus, :c; Se, 9Vc
Srecf L.rac' 6C; tUb3' C: 6C:
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cacs, 23fco; Iron
barrel?. 17c: SS deg. gasoline, cases, 32c; iron
barrels or drums. 26c
COAL OIL Cases. 21Uc; Iron barrels, 15c;
wood barrel, none: 63 deg.. cages. 22c: Iron
barrels. 15c; Washington State test burning
olio .except ne&diignt. c per gaiion nigner.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrets, uic: easos. otc
Boiled- Barrels. 63c; cases. 6Sc; lc less In
TURPENTINE Cases. 81e: barrels. 78c
WHITB LEAD Ton lots, 7ic; 500-psund
lots, 4c; leos than WK-iound lots, Sc
Trices- Quoted at Portland Union Stockyards
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 127 cattle. The following
prices were quoted at the yards:
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers. $4;
cowts and heifers, $308.50; medium. $1.50i
HOGS Best large, fat Iwgs, $6; blaek and
China fat. $5.235.50; stoclrers. $5.
SHBBP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley.
$4.504.75; medium. $404.50.
Prices Current at Kansas City, Cmaba and
CHICAGO. April 3. CATTLE Receipts, 26,-
000; market steady. Good to prime hicore.
$5.40C.40; poor to medium, $4$5.25; stock-
ere and feeders. $35; cows, $94.75; heif
ers. $396.25: canners, $1.0082.50: bulls,
$2.504.5O; calves, $S6.75.
Hogs Iteeelpts, 3b, WO: tomorrow, 25,000.
Market opened week, closed steady- Mixed
and butchers, $5.2505.40; good to choice
heavy, $5.35$f.45; rough heavy, $5.25$5.35;
light. $5.15G.SS: bulk of aK. $5.2060.40.
Sheep Receipts, 28.000. Sheep and lamb.
104T15C lower; good to choice wethers. $5.73
6.25; fair to choice mixed, $4.506.50: West
ern fcheep. $496: native lambs, $4.S5g".50;
Western lambs. $4.85S7.70.
KANSAS CITY. Me.. April 3. Cattle Re
ceipts, 7000; steady; shade higher. Native
tUeers, $4.2506: stockers and feeders, $3.23?;
calves, $2.5046.25; Western-fed steers, $4.25
5.60; -do., cows. $8.254.50.
Hogs Receipts, 0000; market weak to 5c
lower; bulk. $5.1095.30; heavy. $5.25ft5.35;
Cekcrs, $5.155.30; pigs and lights, $4.25
iibcep Receipts, 4000; steady to strong; mut
tons. $660.00; lambs, $6,5047.40; range weth
ers, $5.50G.7S; fed ewes, $55.75.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 3. Cattle-Receipts,
3700; market strong; native steers. $4(75.25;
cows and heifers. $39'4.76; Western steers, $8.75
4.5; Canners, $2v3; steckers and feeders,
V.754.75; calves. $6; bull?. stags. etc.
Hogs RecotpL 2500: market steady; lieavy.
$S.15GJ20; mixed. $5.15&5.17fc; light, $5.10
5.17'; pigs. $4.50fiC; bulk of -sales. $5.5
Sheep Receipt. 10.500; market steady; West
eras. $0U.7: wethers. $525fpG.$5; ewae. $5
5.60; lambs. $6.757.4G.
NEW YORK. April 3. The squccae in spot
tin in the London market Is still in force
evidently, for that portion continues to com
mand a premium over futures. At the dose
today spot steed at 139 10s.. white futures
were quoted at 184 17s. 6d. Locally bus!
new Is quiet, but the market 1" firm In sym
pathy with foreign fluctuations and is spot
quoted from $34.10 to $30.50.
Coooer was easier abroad, closing at 68 Gs
for spot and 67 12$ 6d for futures. Locally
the market. was unchanged: Lake. $15.87
15.50: electrolytic, $Ib.25&15.3i; casting.
Lead was unchanged, at $4.504.60 in the
local market and at 12 10s. in London.
Spelter unchanged In both market, etas--ing
at $6 In New York and 23 15s in Lon
Irea closed at 54 p. la Glasgow and 49s. - in
Middleeboro. Locally Iron Is unchanged.
New York Cotton .Market.
NEW YORK. April 3. Oottos futures closed
quiet and steady-at a net decline of 2 astd
point. April. 7.58c; May and Oeteber. 7.65c;
June. 756e: July '787c; August,' 7.60e; Sep
MONEY DOES NOT RELAX
RESTRAINING INFLUENCE IN
Expectation of Decision in Securities
Case Affects Union Pacific, Erie
and New York Central.
NEW YORK. April 3. Aa element In the
speculation which was ready to proceed on
the assumption that with the April money
market fctitements out of tho way there was
no reason for any further restraint on an ac
tive demand for stooks. made its presence felt
today. Some restraint, nevertheless, made It-
solf felt in the day's operations, as was
shown by tne halting and irregular manner
of the prlco movement and by the moderate
volume of the transactions. The activity In J
the railroad list was concentrated in a few
stocks. In the industrial department there
was manifest a .spirit of adventure which
wandered freely through the list.
The first animation In the railroad list was
awakened by renewed consideration of the
topic of the Northern Securities case. The re
port was circulated early in the 'day that the
decision ia this case was to be handed down
on the reassembling of the court at noon after
the Spring receei. Union Pacific sprang Into
prominence, aa had been the case whenever
this subject is actively discussed in the stock
market. There was a renewed assumption that
the final disposition of this case was the event
awaited for the putting into force of long
rumored projects ef a Union Pacific and New
York Central combination. In today's market
larsc buying of tho Erie stocks was executed
in sueh a way as to give the appearance of
coming from the same source as the Union
Pacific and New Torts Central buying. The
effect was a leap to tho conclusion that Erie
was to be Included in the supposed combina
tion. The first report from the Supreme Court
after noon indicated a stay, which might in
volve a further Indefinite delay, and prices
In the group had a. flharp setback.
In the industrial department tho Southern
Iron stocks were again conspicuous in connec
tion with the merger report. The United States
Steel stocks were comparatively quiet. . There
were rumors of a dividend in National Biscuit
and reports of a successful outcome of a. vig
orous competition with a rival. The New Tdrk
public utilities suffered from the imminence
of a decision on the constitutionality of the
New York franchise tax.
The rooet Important restraining Influence
was found In the money market. Conditions
there did not relax so completely as had been
hoped would occur after April 1. Sterling
exchange also was .well maintained, although
discounts dropped in London, where the after
effects of the quarterly settlements are always
felt very promptly. The weekly statement of
the Imperial Bank of Germany showed the
extent of the quarterly settlements by the
huge changes In its principal items, cash on
hand increasing $32,360,000. while tho other
securities were increased $65,600,000 and the
note circulation was expanded $S3.143,000.
The immediate future of our money market
is doubtless dependent on the rapidity with
which the enormous requirements on foreign
banks are readjusted.
Reports of railroad, traffic and of domestic
conditions continued .highly encouraging. The
stock market closed irregular and at top prices
lor very few stocks. '
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, $5,2S0,-
00. United States 3s registered advanced
per cent on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
At. C. Line
Baltimore & O.
Central of N. J.
Ches. & Ohio..
13,000 5S?i 5S
Chicago & Alton
C. Gt. Western.
C. & Northwest.
C. M. & St, P. .
C. Ter. & Trans.
C. C.. C. & S. L.
Colo. & Southern
do 1st pref..
do 2d pref. . .
Del. & Hudson.
Del 1 & W
-S & R. Grand;
do let pref
de 2d pref. . . .
do preferred.. 200
Illinois Central. v 1,200
Iowa Central... 100
do preferred.. 400
Kas. City So.. 400
do preferred. . 1.000
Louis. & Nash. 3.300
Manhattan L... 2,800
Met. Securities. 2,800
Met. St. Ry 3.800
Mexican Cent.. 3,500
Minn. & St. L
M. s p &. a S M. 1.000 120
Mo.. Kas. & T..
N. It. R. M. pfd.
N. Y. Central..
N. Y.. O. & W.
Norfolk & W. . .
do preferred. .
Pennsylvania . .
P.. C. C. & S. L.
do 1st pref...
do 2d pref
Rook Island Co.
S L & S F 2d pf.
S. L. Southwest.
do preferred. .
do preferred. .
do preferred . .
Texas & Pacific
T.. St. L. &. W..
do preferred. .
Union Pacific. ..190,300
do preferred . . 200
do prof erred. .
Wheel. & L. E.
do proof rred..
Amal. Copper.. 32.S00
Am. Car. Sz Fry. 3.400
do preferred.. 2,300
An. Cotton Oil. 10.300
do preferred. . 100
Am. Lfnseed OH
do preferred . .
do preferred . .
Am. 8m It. & R. 26,000
do preferred.. 4.300
Am. Sugar Eef. 1O.B00
A. Tob. pfd. cer. 15.400
Ana. Mln. co. i.iuu
Brk. Bap. Tr.. i,70O
Colo. F. & I... 9.70O
do preferred . .
National Lead.. 31.500
North American 1.200
Faclflc Mall 800
People's Gas 24.500
Tullman P. Car
do preferred . .
Bubber' Goods. .
Tenn. C. & I -
U. S. Leather..
U. S. Realty...
U. S. Rubber..
U. 5. steel
do preferred. - 38.200
Vlr.-Car. Chem. 2.300
An rrfrrAd . .
Westlnghous E. 1.000 180 ISO
-ivtrn Union. 900 93 . 93
Total sales for the day. 139.600 shares.
NEW YORK. April 3. Closing quotations:
U. S. ref. 2s fg.l04lAtch!son Adj. 4s 96
do coupon 104 D. & R. G. 4s. ..101
U. S. 3s rag 104 IN. Y. Cent, lsts.100
do coupon 105 iNor. Pacific 3s.. 76
U. S. new 4s rg-133 iNor. Pacific 4s.. 105
de coupon 133 ISo. Pacific 4s... 90
U. S. old -te reg.l04lFnlon Pacific 4s.l06
do coupon 104iWls. Cent. 4s.. .'93
Money, Exchange, -Etc.
NEW YORK, April 3, iloney.oa jail; strong;
3t4 per cent: closing hid and offered; 4 -per
cent. Time loan, steady; 60 and 90 days and
six months. SJiGSfi per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. SiSMa per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual busi
ness in bankers' bill at $4.859054.8593 for de
mand and at $4.841534.8420 for CO days. Post
ed rates, $4.83 and $i.56H4.87. Commercial
Bar silver. 5Cc
Mexican dollars. 43c
Government bonds, Ann; railroads Irregular.
LONDON, April 3,-Bir sliver steaa. -o?u I
per ounce. Money l'.l?i per cent. The rate
or discount in tno open marKei tor -non. m
Is 2 per cent; three-months' bills. 2 per cent.
. SAN FRANCISCO. April 3. Silver bars, 58c
DraftsSight. 714c: telegraph. 10c Sterling
on London, 60 days $4.84; eight, $4.S0K-
, Stocks at London.
LONDON, April 3. Consols for money.
91H-; consols for account. 91 H.
Norfolk & W... S7i
do preferred... 93
Ontario & W 64.51
Atchison - 00
do preferred. .10;
Baltimore & O..H2
Pennsylvania ... 73
Can. Pacific .... 1 53 H
Rand Mines 11
do 1st pref.... 47
do 2d pref.... 46
Chos. & Ohio... 60 5
Gt. .West.... 24 H
C. M. &. St. P..lS0?i
DeBeers 17 ; So. Railway.
& R. Grande 30! d0 preferred..
do rjref erred. . 93 iSo Pacific...
Erie 47ViUnlon Pacific-
do 1st pref... 82ij do preferred,
do 2d pref... 69i U. S. Steel
Illinois Central. 164 H do preferred
Louis. & Nash. .145H I Wabash
Mo.. Kas. & T.. 3iV I do preferred.,
N. V. Central.. 1671iiSpanlsh Fours.
Dally Trrasnrj- statement.
WASHINGTON. April .3. Today's state
ment of the Treasury balances In the gen
eral fund shows:
Available cash balance.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
Oranges Are Higher., as East Is Drawing- on
SAN FRANCISCO. April 3. Special.) The
grain market is Inactive but prices arc hold
lng quite steady "for futures and spot. Owing
to the dullness of the flour tradq. millers aro
buying wheat sparingly, oats are quicx, wun
stocks ample. Hay Is weaker. Fcedstuffs are
firm but Inactive.
Choice and standard oranges are arriving
freely and include a large iortlon of decayed
stock which is hard to sell. Really fancy
navels aro scarce and firm, as high prices In
the East are drawing such stock away from
the growing districts. Eight carloads of or
anges were auctioned as iohows: urainary
fancy. $1 to $1.50; choice. SOc to $1.40; stand
ard. 75c to $1.20.
Choice potatoes and onions are very firm.
AsDaragus is arriving more freely and Is
VEGETABLES Garlic, 8311c; green peas.
4g6c; etrlng beans. SfflOc; asparagus, CgrlOc;
tomatoes. $lff2; egg plant. 10315c.
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. !Sff20c: roost
ers, old. ?4Sf4.w; 00 young. ; urouerg.
rcnall, $3gC.50; do large, $44.50; fryers, WtP
6.50; hens, ?57; ducks, old, $6i; do young.
CHEESE Young America, I213c; Eastern,
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 22c; croamery
seconds, 19c; fancy dairy. 20c; dairy seconds.
EGGS Store, 16ifl7c: fancy ranch, 17lSc
WOOL Lambs', lCy-lSc
HOPS 23Q25c per pound.
HAY Wheat, $10913.30; wheat and oat.
$912; barley. $S10: alfalfa, $610.50;
clover, $7g 9; stocks. $69 4; straw, 2550c.
MILLFEED Bran. $20.5021.50; middlings.
FRUIT Applet, choice. $2; do common, 75c;
bananas. $12.50; Mexican limes. $434.50;
California lemons, choice. 52.50; do common,
75c; oranges, navels, 756S2; pineapples, $334.
POTATOES Early Res. $1.2561.60; River
Burbanks. 75c$l; sweets, nominal; Oregon
RECEIPTS Flour. 12,367 quarter sacks:
wheat, 10.122 centals; h-arley, 3493- cental;
beans, 334 tacks; com, 4540 centals; potatoes.
4375 sacks; bran. 790 sacks; middlings, 400
sacks; wool, 191 bales.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 3.- The official
closing quotations for mining stocks were
$ .21jJustlce $ .06
Best & Bolcher. .
Con., Cal. & Va. 1.50
Gould & Curry.
Hale Si Norcross
NEW YORK, April 3. Closing quotations
Con S .25Llttle Chief $
Con.. Cal. & Va.
BOSTON, April 3. Closing quotations:
Mont. C. & C. .
Amal gam atcd
Cal. & Hecla.. 075.00
Isle Royale. . .
U. a. Mining..
25.00 Winona .
Dried rrnlt at New York.
NEW YORK. April 3. Evaporated apples
continues easy. Common, 45c; prime, $5.35
5.40; choice. 61?6c: fancy, 7c.
Prunes show a light Improvement In tone,
owing to the clearing up of desirable stocks.
but prices still range from 2i5Ke, accord
ing to size for California. Oregon range as
high as 7c
Apricots have been offered for July and
August shipment a little more freely and the
tone Is rather easier. Choice. lOfeffllc: ex
tra choice. llS12c and fancy. 12315c.
Peaches unchanged, choice, 10310c; extra
choice. 1010c. and ll12c for fancy.
Raisins remain quiet; loose muscatels. 40
6tfc; ixMsdon, layers, $1.0531.25; seeded rais
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. April 3. Coffee futures closed
steady, unchanged to 5 points lower. Total
sale.046.o00: Including April. $6.4536.50;
May. $6.55; September. $6.95fi?7; October, $;
Decemterr. $7.16; March, $7.30; spot Rio.
steady: No. 7, 7c; mild, firm.
Sugar Raw, steady; fair refining; 4c; cen
trifugal. 96 test, 5c; molasses sugar, 4c
Refined, Arm: crushed, $6.85; powdered, $6.25;
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. April 3. Wool, dull; medium
grades, combing and clothing, 23?25c; light
fine, l&S20c; heavy fine, 14315c; tub-
Appoint New County Clerk.
OREGON CITY, Or.. April 3. (Special.)
Tho Clackamas County Court will be
convened In this -city tomorrow for the
purpose of appointing a Clerk to fill the
unexpired tcrmif tho late County Clerk
Sleight. It is"" practically certain that
Deputy Clerk F. w. Grcenman will be the
appointee, although two other candidates
for the office have been working for tho
coveted appointment. They are: W. M.
Shank and J. W. McAnulty.
Senators Stay Expelled.
SAX FRANCISCO. April 3. The State
Supreme Court today denied an applica
tion for a writ of mandate to compel tho
restoration to office of State Senators
Bunkers. French. Wright and Emmons,
who were recently expelled from the
State. Senate lor .accgp.tlnff .bribes.
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
T-) , f j t-m
KOOm 4, LxrOUIlG FlOOr
FINE GROWING WEATHER
CROP CONDITIONS HOLD DOWN
WHEAT PRICES AT CHICAGO.
European Markets Also Influenced
by the Outlook In the Amer
ican Grain Belt.
CHICAGO. April 3. At the start weakness
characterized trading In the wheat pit. Prices
at Liverpool were 6c lower, chiefly because
worlds shipments wero larger than expected,
and because of a let-up la the European spot
demand. The foreign market was partly In
fluenced by continued favorable crop condi
tions In the American wheat belt. Another
factor that worked well In the hands of local
bears was the report or large receipts of
wheat at Minneapolis and Duluth arrivals
today at the two points being SCO cars.
against 398 cars the corresponding day In
1904. The principal bearish factor, however.
was continued fine jrrowlmr weather In the
West and Southwest. Sentiment changed sub
sequently on an official prediction of colder
weather throughout the West, with freezing
temperature In, Kansas and Nebraska. Ac
tive cpvcrlng .by shorts caused a quick ad
vance, July selling to S3c. The market
held firm the remainder of the session. July
closing at S788.
A comparatively firm tone prevailed In th
corn market. Early In the day the weakness
of wheat had a depressing effect, but shorts
covered freely on predictions of colder weather
an the market soon became Arm. July
opened c to c lower, at 47 to 47ff47c
sold ur to 47g17c and closed at 47c
Trading in oats was active. July opened
I ahade to Sc lower, at 29c to 29, sold
up to ?ic ana closed at 2s29c
More interest was manifested in provisions
than has been In evidence for some time.
Tho market became stronger after arr easier
opening resulting from a decline in the price
of live hogs. At the cloie July pork was up
25c. lard was up 2022c. and ribs were 23c
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. HIch. Low. Close.
May $1.13 $1.14 $1.12 $1.11
July .87 .88 .82 .83
Sept. S2 .83 .82 .83
May 46 .47 .46 .47
July 47 .47 .47 .47
Sept. ..... .47 .17 .47 .47
May 29 .30 .29 .29
July 20 .29 .29 .29
Sept 2S .2S ,2S .25
May 12.67 12.82 12,67 12.S0
July 12.87 13.00 12.S7 12.97
May 7.12 7.20 7.12 7.20
July 7.27 7.37 7.27 7.35
May 7.00 7.05 7.00 7.05
July 7.17 7.25 7.17 7.23
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $1.081.12; No. 3,
$1rl.ll; No. 2 red, $1.121.15.
Corn No. 2. 47c: No. 2 yellow, 47c
Oats No. 2. 29g29c; No. 2 white.
32c; No. 3 white. 29 31c.
Rye No. 2, 7Sc.
Barley Good feeding. 3739c; fair to
choice malting. 48347c.
Flax seed No. 1, $1.24; No. 1 Northwest
Mess pork Per barrel. $12.70 & 12.75.
Lard Per 100 pounds $7.07 7.10.
Short ribs sides Loose. $8.S7SJ7.12.
Short clear sides Boxed, $6.756.S7.
Clover Contract grade. $14.
Flour, barrels 20.800 22.300
Wheat, bushels 21.400 17.400
Corn, bushels 576.400 516.700
Oats, bushels 247,700 289,400
Rye. bushels 11.000 3.300
Barley. bushcl6 91.100 14,200
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. April 3.-Flour Receipts. 29,
GOO barrels; exports, 19,600 barrels; dull and
Wheat Receipts, 2000 bushels; spot easy
No. 2 red, nominal, elevator; No. 2 red,
$1.13 f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 Northern Duluth,
$1.14 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard Monitoba.
$1.01 f. o. b. afloat. Starting out weak be
cause of lower cables, heavy Northwest mar
kets and bearish Australian news, wheat re
covered on predictions for freezing weather
West and active covering at Chicago In an
showed c net advance. May elosed $1.10;
July closed 92c, and September deed S6c
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 3. Wheat and bar
Spot quotations Wheat: Shipping. $1.50
1.65; milling $1.55gl.67. Barley: Feed.
$1.221.25; brewing $1.251.30. Oats: Red.
$1.401.70; white, $1.42l.O0; black, $1.32Q
Call board sales Wheat: May-, $1.43; Decern
ber, $1.27. Barley: December, SSMc Corn
Large yellow, $1.351.40.
Wheat at LlverpooL
LTVERPOOL. April 3. Wheat, May 6s
0d.; July. 6s. 7d.; September, 6s. 6d.
Wheat at Taeoma.
TACOMA, April 3. Wheat steady; bluestera.
93c; club, 86c
Visible Supply of Grain.
NEW YORK, April 3. The visible supply
of grain Saturday, April 1, as compiled by
the New York Produce Exchange, Is
Barley , 2.863,000
Illinois Society in Line.
H. J. Waters, of Santa Rosa, Cal., who
was one pf the organizers of the first
Illinois Society in California, addressed
a mooting of the Illinois Society last
night and gave many valuable sugges
tlons in regard to the conduct of such
societies. The question of tho Illinois
Society joining the other State societies
In Portland In the establishment of joint
permanent headquarters was voted upon
favorably. A letter has been received oy
tho society offering the use. of rooms in
the Illinois State building at the fair for
the quarters of the society.
AT THE HOTELS.
R Johnson. Taeoma 1
S Burnett. Chehalls
C A Ives, Seattle
J I, Marks. San Franj
M Block. Kansas Cltyi
Miss R Metcalf. Tacmi
R T McNIchols. City
E M Hayden and
Mrs J A Parker, do
It M Betts. Chicago
F Graham. Boston
7. A nnl.nh.lm.r VT '
J M Hannaford, St
J G Woodworth, do
IJ E Spencer. Chicago
C 51 Levy, Taeoma
H Atheal, St Faul
C Stout. Seattle
F S Davis. San Fran
A Hanson. St Paul
Mr and Mrs C M
IJ Selgenman. Welser
W A Wilkinson. Minn
W L Anstlll. Detroit
J D Frey. San Fran U W Fletcher. S Lake
A H Morton, wife W A Newton, Chicago
and child. ancouvriM Baggally. N York
H C Schaetfer. San F
S L Bryan. Chicago
R I Benlyle and wife.
C G Gowdy. New York.
G H Schultc. Milwk
F X. J Nunan. N York
V T T7 ,1 f 1 o Tnwft-nin
J A Graham. Illinois JJ Sloss. San Francisco
C A Jerman and wlfcu C Brlttaln, do
Milwaukee IMiss Lax. California
H Jardner. do H A Phillips and wife,
W L Maatorman. I Louisville
Oinana J W Judge, San FranJ.-
Chamber of Commerce
A B Wood and wife, !W F Schwcigel. Daytn
F H Daley and wife.
F W Churchouse, S Fj
C F Schley, wife and
child, San Francisco
A J Stelnman. San F
J G Hofiick, Clnclnnat
I Bein. New York
O G Snipes, Chicago
F WIggens, Los Angls
J L Bley. San Fran
W H O'Neill. Chicago
c: eber. Chicago
G I Beadle. San Fran
E A Powell. N jtorK
C A Rohrbacher. SpkniA H Waterman. S F
J E Shane. Kas City E Claystone. Idaho
E U Marsh, Ohio Mrs Claystone. do
Miss Marsh, do IE M Elaln. San Fran
Mrs W H Herbert, dole T Johnson. Ohio
H S Sherwood, St P !E M Greenway. S F
J T Lawless. Seattle lS P Parrlsh. Rlch
J H De Velve. do mond. Va
J H Bias. Chicago iH C Enos. Philadelph
R J Miller, MlnneplsJH A Lyons, Hoqulam
Mrs R. J Miller, do iH Lewis, Cottage Gr
A IC Draper. Chicago IChas Adams. do
f J J Miller. Chicago Edward Wilson, do
Jennie D Bailey, Ast F Templeton. Chicago
A C Johnson. Boise J H Gallagher. N Yam
A A Cooper. Idaho
JW Fowler. Yacolt
Mrs A A Cooper, do
H L Traver. Eugene
C Field; Cot Grove
M A Bendsworth,
II c Thomas, lacoma
!J Flynn. Pendleton
Mrs E L Sweethers.
Miss Sweathers. do
Miss S E Bratton, Le-jMiss C Sand, do
banon A L Bratton. do
Rose A Price, do jw E Wilson. Minn
J C Hamilton. SeattleiW J May, Baker City
Mrs Hamilton, do F Damlson and fara
L Hamilton. do j Hy. Pendleton
J R Hamilton, do IMiss C B Cooper, do
G H Strong. WtsconsnJO O Holland. Pomona
Mrs Strong, do Mrs Holland, do
S Beck. Lexington .J B Des Rochcns.
Will Beck, do 1 Seattle
E Sharpe. Taeoma !Mrs Des Rochens. do
J P Anderson, do JG B Richmond, do
D J Hill. Castle RockiMrs N K Bellshaw.
Mrs D J Hill, do Eugene
Miss Hill. do IMrs A F Peterson,
R H Most. Cogwell IMlsaoula, Mont
G D Jones, Missouri iC II Brown. Redlands
Dr N O'Vorg. WoodbnlC E Wood. Idaho
O P Brown. Minn J H Worsley, T Dalls
Jessie Nlsson. E Cllft.B E Kelley, Lewlston.
N H Eaton, Seattle IFrd Kelley. do
R C Atwood. Wasco ,C C Wilcox. Goldcndal
Mrs R C Atwood. do IW E Cole. Hood River
Mrs S M Wtest. CatllntJ B Small. Cleo. Or
1 -N Henry, oirmpia il Leiper. New York
W Miller. Tillamook jR E Jackson. F Grove
xv ttooinson. ao iu v nun. saiem
B Robinson. IndepJF N Johnson. Idaho
P Natt. Buffalo Mrs Nisser. Eagle Cliff
Mrs Natt. do j
G W Ralston. AstorlajB F Turner. Airlt
H Crowlll. Olympla IMrs Olive Dyer, do
Senders. HarrlsbreiT H Tongue. Jr..
R N Stanfleld. Pendlni Hillsboro
J W Gulnn. Seattle jj Powell, Monmouth
M Abrahams. N YorkfA F Helde. Everett
H W Mix. Seattle IJ J Burke. Hamilton
A Davis. Denver fA C Hooper. Medford
G Mullen. Los Ang:J Schmidt. San Fran
W E Scott, Wolls-FarjW J Warren, Cathlmt
F A Bailey, HlllsborotJ S Cooper. Tndopndc
Ottenhagen, DalieslJ W Baker. Cot Grove
W O Forsyth. Chicago J D Palmer, do
W J Durham, San F f J S Housman. San F
W E McElroy, Salem IL E Bean, Eugene
Mrs L P McLuckey, (A M Crawford. Salem
Salem ID Bristow. Eugene
Mrs May Mcrryman, IF B Phillips, C Grove
Pendleton IJ L Benson. do
F Crouch. Ashland lOrrln Robinson, do
J H Foster and wife, Herbert Eakin, do
I'errydale I II Jones. do
D L Kent. Perrydale O H Wlllard. do
M S Kribs. City
Mrs A E Cook. Austin
M J Seabrook. Duluth
D Humbel. Astoria
H G Van Dusen. do
C Rasmussen. do
W Humbel. do
Mrs G C Flavie. Astrl
L Morris. City
G A Peterson. do
H L Banfleld, Austin
J Wyse. Fishers IE P Jones, San Fran
M J McConneli. do IMrs Jones, do
Mrs Fisher. Flehcrs IP A Courtney, Oswego
Miss Fisher, do fC 3 Pulllom. Stella
L B E Bourne. Ralnr J W Standley. do
W P McConneli. Ben Smith. Seaside
Clatskanle IMrs Smith, do
Mrs McConneli. do ?E Mason. Boring
F McAvoy. do (Mrs Mason, do
Mrs McAvoy. do IL E Walton. Borln
D K Mathews. Rath-IB F Allen, Greenback
burn III L Andrews. Kelso
O Sattcrwall, Stella IG F Drlsgtll. Rainier
E Strom. Grays RlvY F P Felton. Ralnlef
,T N Harvey. BcnnudalF Caples. Rainier
C M Erlckson. SpgfidlH Kennedy, Stevenson
E Carlson. Kalama A L Butler. Spokane
D Browning, SpokanetH N Stlmion. Spokane
J Foster. Seattle IF O Campbell, do
Joe Allen. Seattle H V Stott, Gaston
J O Sewali. Seattle R Henrlcl. St Helens
G Beal. Pillar Rock L Stevens. Skamokwa
W E Conyon, Clatskn Mrs Stevens, do
C Bryson. Chicago IMary Stevens, do
O A Hansen, Central I Grace Stevens, do
V P Jacobson, do 3 T Harrison. Astoria
J H Stevenson, do IS Swetland, Vancouvr
Mrs fatevenson. do IP Johnson. Seattle
THE ST. CHARLES.
C C Swartz. Collins IF Gram. Milwaukee
C Rogers. City J Willie Curtis. do
G Howlett. Dufur 1A Bartele. do
Mrs J W Van Natta.
W A Mathews, do
C Edward. Curtis
A E Flanders, Minn
N H McKay, Sauvles
H A Walker. City
L O Strain. Buttevllle
J E Devine. Albany
A H Stewart. Mllwauk
Mrs Stewart, do
Dan Hurburt, City
Susan M Russell. City
C Kenyon, Oregon Cty
J G Cox. Houlton
Mrs S E Elliott. CltylL R McClaJn. Welser
A O Newton. City (A K Mllner. Corvallls
A M Curtis IJ H Brown
Mrs A M Curtis
M Egger. Astoria
G R Higgina
L Geer. London. Or
H E Lurk, Aberdeen
John Vassen, do
J Lillers. do
H E Davis, Gresiam
O O Wakefleld
Z N Seelye. Ced Wol
J W Strong
G F Meeks. Amboy
.T Hunt. Bend
J B Medley. Sauvles
R H Heels. St Johns
W S Bacon, Warren
O W Wilson. Kalama
G E Leasy, Astoria
V J Miller. Stella
U C Trawl
J S Cox, Lewis ton
N C Marls. R Spirit
Taeoma Hotel. Taeoma.
'American plan. Rates, $3 and up,
Hetel Donaclly, Taeoma.
First-class restaurant In connection.
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
PORTLAND to THE DALIES
Steamers leave Portland
dally, except Sunday, 7 A.
M.; arrive Dally at 6 P.
M. Connecting at Lyle, Wash., with Colum
bia River & Northern Ry. Co. for Goidendale
and Klickitat Valley points. Landing foot of
Alder at. Phone Mala 914.
S. M'DONALD, Agent.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co
Daily. .For Maygers. Rainier, I Dall
I Clifton, Astoria. War-1
8:00 A, M irenton, Fiavel. Ham-jiiuo A. M
imona, Fort Stevens,
jGearhart Park. Sea
side, Astoria and Sea
! Express Daily.
7:00 P. M.! Astoria Express.
9:40 P. M
C. A. STEWART. J. C. MAYO.
Comra'I Agt.. 25 Alder st. G. F. & P. A.
Fhone Main 'JO 5.
City Ticket Office, 122 Third St., Phone 680.
2 OVERLAND TEAINS DAILY O
The Flyer and the Fast Mall.
For tickets, rates, folders and full infor
mation, call on or address
H, DICKSON. City Passenger and Ticket
Agt.. 122 Third street, Portland, Or.
S. S. KANAGAWA MARU
For Japan, China and all Asiatic Porta, wlil
Leave Seattle about April 8,
am Union Pacific
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standards and tourist
sleeping-cars dally to Omaha. Chicago, Spo
kane; tourist sleeping-car dally to Kansas
City; through Pullman tourist sleeplng-oar
(personally conducted) weekly to Chicago.
Reclining chair-cars (seats free) to the ES
SPECIAL for the East
1:23 P. M,
' SPOKANE FLYER St
For Eastern Washington. Walla walla..'
Lewlston. Cocur d'Alcne and Great Northern
for the East via Hunt
S:13 P. M.
7:15 A. M.
FOR ASTORIA and:S:00 P. M,
5:00 P. M.
way points, connecting
with steamer for Ilwa
co and North Beach
steamer Hassalo. Ash-st-
dock (water per.)
10:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON. Ore-
7:00 A. M.
5:30 P. M,
gon City and Yamhill
River points. Ash-st.
deck (water per.)
4 :00 A. M.
5:00 P. M.
Idaho, and way points.
from. Riparia. wash.
TICKET OFFICE. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712. C W. Stinger. City Tick
et Agt.; A. L. Cralp. General Passenger AS.
S. S. CO.
Steamers COLUMBIA and ST. PAUL. April
6. 11. 16. 21. 26; May 1. 6. 11. 16. To L01
Angeles and return via St. Paul April 11. raM
beyond San Francisco, $oS, Including berth
and meals; stop-over privileges.
JAMES H. DEWSON. Agent.
Phone Main 268. 24S Washington St.
UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
PRESS TRAINS .
for Salem. Rose-17:25 A. M
burg. Ashland, I
den, San Francib-
co, Mojave. L0.1 1
Angeles, El Paso.l
New Orleans and !
8:30 A. M.
connects at Wood-
burn dally except!
Sunday with train
for Mount Angel.
Wendung ana Na
tron. 4:00 P. M.
cornects at Wood
burn with Mt. An
gel and Sllverton
10:10 A. Mi,
7:30 A. M.
U4:50 P. M.
5:50 F. M.
feS :23 A.M.
Dally. llDally, except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVICE
Leave Portland daily for Oswego at 7:1
A. M.. 12:50. 2:05. 3:55. 5:20. 6:23. 7:45. 10:10
P. M. Dally, except Sunday, 3:30. 6:30. 3:30,
10:25 A. M.. 4:10, 11:30 P. M. Sunday only.
0 A. M.
Returning from Oswego arrives Pertlaad
daily 8:30 A. M., 1:35. 3:05. 4:53. 6:13. 7:35,
9:55. 11:10 P. M. Dally except Sunday. 6:23.
7:25. 0:30. 10:20. 11:43 A. M. Except Mon
day. 12:23 A. M. Sunday only. 10 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and In
termediate points dally except Sunday. 4:10
P. M. Arrive Portland. 10:10 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor Hue
operates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle. con
necting with S. P. Co. trains at Dallas and
First-class fare from Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. $20; berth. $5.
Second-class fare, $15; second-class berth,
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Also
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
Puget Sound Limited for
Taeoma. Seattle. Olym
pla. South Bend and
Gray's Harbor points... S:o0anJ 4:45 pa
North Coast Limited for
Taeoma. Seattle. Spo- t
kane, Butte, St. Paul. -"
New York. Boston and
all points East and
Southeast 3:00 pra THMW
Twin City Express for
Taeoma. Seattle. Spo
kane, Helena. St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Chicago. I
New York. Boston and
all points East and
Southeast 11:45 pra 7:00 pej
Puget Sound-Kansas Clty
St. Louts Special, for
Taeoma. Seattle. Spo
kane, Butte, Billings.
Denver. Omaha, Kansas
City. St. Louts and all
points East and South-
east S:30 ant 7:00 am
All trains dally, except on South Bead
A D. CHARLTON. Assistant General Pas
senger Agent, 255 Morrison st., corner Third,
For South -Eastern Alaska
Carrying U. S. Mall and Express.
HUMBOLDT, sailing from
Seattle. 9 P. M.. April 2. 13.
V23; CITY OF SEATTLE. 9 T.
M., April 7. 17. 2S, via Van
couver: COTTAGE CITT. 9
T M AnHl It. 2S. via. VW-
torla and Sitka.
All ships will make regular Southeastern
Alaska ports of call. Above sailing dates
subject to change without notlo. 3. S. Hum
boldt will not call at Port Towneend.
S. S. RAMONA leaves Seattle Mondays and
Fridays, 10 P. M. ; call at Everett and Bel
llnghara. Returning leaves Vancouver Tues
days. Thursday and Saturdays.
Steamers connect at San Franct?co with com
pany's steamers for ports In California, Mex
ico and Humboldt Bay. For further informa
tion obtain folder. Right Is reserved to chance
sttamere or calling date.
Portland 249 Washington at.
Seattle 113 James st. and 4oc
San Francisco 10 Mark st.
C. D. DUN ANN, Gen. Pass. A3L,
.0 Market st. Sin Francisco,