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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1905)
THE 3IORXIXG OREGOXIAX, THURSDAY. JULY 6, 1905.
CEREALS fifiE SLOW
LIGHT DEMAND FOR WHEAT
Opinions Differ ns to Character of
Coming Market No Chartering
Done Vet by Exporters.
Oats and Barley Weaker.
"WHEAT Local movement light.
S peculation as to course, of future
OATS Easy anil 1 lower on offer
ings from California.
BARLEY Week and 50 cents cheap
er on light demand.
FHUIT Good demand after the holi
day. Car of Texas watermelons ar
rives. Sharp advance in lemons.
POTATOES Old Oregon held firm
ly in few hand(.
EGGS Oregons move easily 1 cent
POULTRY All arrivals readily
BUTTER IneroHRod -weakness In
country store. .
WOOL Speculation cease in East
"nly a llnMtwi amount of business is
under way in the wheat market. There is
rt muck wheat available for trading pur
poses ami the demand in also plow. What
buying is reported is almost entirely on Cali
fornia account. Dealers quote prices about
the same as Have prevailed for the paM.
month. Club at 2SSc and bluostem at STftSSe.
The Valley wheat market is entirely nominal,
but S6e would probably be she correct value.
There is much speculation a to the oouraa
the market for new wheat will take, no two
dealer holding exactly the fame views. In
some quarters it -is believed the larger por
tion of the crop will be exported to Europe,
while other dealer look for a repetition of
last year's movement across the Rocklro.
The Eastern crop outlook I not entirely sat
isfactory and It is potable that something
may yet occur to It tnat wilt cau.e the
Easterners to draw on this territory for
No chartering has yet been dne for Tort
land loading, though usually many ships are
enjagod by this time of the year. It In
rotfflble that if conditions warrant the ex
portation of wheat from Portland this year
the bulk of the carrying will b done by
steam vessels. These will not have to be
chartered far ahead, but can generally be
picked up ready for loading on short notice.
It Is mated by hipping- men that plenty
of tramps will be available for the pur
The market for other cereals is about an
quiet as wheat. Roth oats and barley arc
tending downward as the season advances.
Cats are quoted at $29 now, as there are
enough old oats in the country to last until
the, ew crop arrives, and furthermore new
California oats are bolng otfeed here.. .Barley
is about 'AO cents a ton lower, with no de
mand . to rpeak of, and large quantities of
the California grain offered.
GOOD MOVEMENT IN FRUIT.
o Falling "Off ' In Demand After the
The expected . slums la tho fruit demand
after the Fourth agteeably disappointed the
trade by falling to arrive. Business was
unusually good, showing that the holiday
consumption had exhausted the stocks of re
tailers. Front street? supply was adequate with
the express receipts and the Hteamer goods.
On the boat was a good supply of aprloots
and plums, a limited quantity of peaches.
Also pears, apilet and other eearonable vari
eties. The market wa ecsier on plums and
prunes, owing to the large quantity, and much
of the trading was at 50 and V) centt. with
75 cents quoted on the best offerings. Rart
lett pears were held at $2.ZA).
A car of Texas watermelon reached the
city In the afternoon. Cantaloupes were in
good eupply and nold freely. Medfoni apri
cots, 60tn? of them . scaly, sold at : cents
to fl. Logan berries were abundant and
were steady. Strawberries were quoted at
5252.50. Good cherrlw were scarce, fancy
Royal Anne and Rings bringing S and 10
cents a pound.
The lemoe market has made a sharp ad
vance and $4.50 was Quoted yesterday for
fancy. $4 for choice and S3. .10 for standard.
Two cars of bananas came In in the morning
in fine condition.
Green Corn Declining.
California green corn was in heavier sup
ply yesterday and was quoted lower at
25f?30 cent R a dozen. Most of the receipts
weie in crates, instead of sacks, and in im
proved condition. Oregon beans were very
plentiful and were held at 3 cents a pound.
New Oregon potatoes arrived more freely
and sold at the wide range of 0 cents to
$1.25 a hundred. Old Oregons are scarce
and in few hands, who bold them for $I.13'
I 25. There are still plenty of Eastern pota
toes on the market.
Country Produce Unrhnnged.
There, were no changes in the market for
country produce. Oregon eggs were scarce
and rather firm at 20421 cents, notwith
standing Eastern eggs were offered at one
cent below this range. The poultry that
came in cleaned up well at former prices.
Butter was as last quoted.
Bank clearing of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
. Clearings. Balance?.
Portland $1.0.K.S33 $104,003
Taenia 563.055 3T..746
Seattle l.ltiC,tt 29 461
Spokane 750,952 7i ,5
Grain. Flour. Feed. Etc.
TVHEAT Club. 82QSSc per bushel: blue
e'em. S7Sr$Se; Valley. Sfle.
FLOUR Patents. $4.505.10 per barrel;
straights. $4(24-20; clears. $3.7534: Valley.
$3 90(34.25: Dakota hard wheat, ?0.507.50;
Graham. $3.504; whole wheat. $4 4.25; ry
fl"ur. local. $5: Eastern. J5.SO(2,5.00; corn
meal, per bale Sl.90iir2.20
?;ARL,EY-Frcd, 21.50?22 per ton; rolled.
OAT5-o:o. 1 white, feed. $20 per ton:
MILLSTUFFS-Bran. ?10 per ton; mld
d.Incfc, $24. oO; shorts. $21; chop U. S Mill-
er:tonSeed allT 1S" AcaJfa e',
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream, 90
pound sacks. $6.75; lower grades $56 25;
oatmeal, steel cut. 50-pound sacks. $8 per
barrel; ;0-pound sacks. $4.25 per bale; oat
meal (ground). 50-pound sacks, $7.50 per
barrel; 10-pound sacks. $4 per bale-; spilt
peas. $5 per 100-oound sack: 25-pound boxes
SI 40; pearl barley. $4.25 per 100 pounds; 25
pound boxes, "$1.25 per box; pastry flour. 10
pound sacks. $2.50 per bale.
HAT Timothy. $1416 per ton: clover. $11
12; grain. $1112; cheat. $1112.
Butter, tec. Poultry. Etc.
BUTTER CI ty creameries: Extra cream-
ry. 2021Hc per pound: tate creameries:
Fancy, creamery. 17hS21U-i store butter.
EGGS Oregon ranch. 20J21c per doia.
CHEESE Oregon full cream twins. llCHHc;
Young America. 128rl2"c.
POULTRY Fanc hens. 12"i5J13c: average
hen?. 1212ttc; mixed chickens. 11612c; old
roosters. JjjiOc; young roosters. 11 12c;
Springs, It, to 2 pound. 15c; 1 to 14 pounds.
15Sfl6c; dressed chicken?. 13J?14c; turkeys,
live. ISSlOc: turkeys, dressed, poor. 18g29c;
turkeys. chjJce, 20ff22'is': geese, I've, per
pound, TVyfiSc; geese, dresped. per pound.
910c; ducks, old. ittfjG.M: ducks, young as
to size. $34jf0; pigeon. $Iffl.25; squabs. $2Q
Vegetable. lTult, Etc.
DOMESTIC FRUITSStrawberrlce. 2e&S0
ixir crate; apples, tabic. J1.5O&2.R0 per
box; new California, S1.50&1.G5 per box;
apricot. S0IKc per crate; peaches. 7Sf&5c
per crate; plums. UQ',T jer crate; Iogan
berries. $1.25 per crate; blackberries, So per
pound; cherries, 510c per pound; cantaloupe-.
$2 75(t3 crate; pears. $2.N p-r box;
currants, t-e per pound; prunes. iU)tf7.V: rasp
berries. $l..o per crate; watermelons. 2'tc per
pound, grapes, $2 per box.
TROPICAL FKflTS-lemons, fancy. $4.W;
choice. $l per box: oranges. naveL fan
cy, f 2.50 2.75 per box, choice. $202.50;
standard. $1.5061.73: Mediterranean sweets.
$2.502.75; Vaienclas. $3.252.75; grape
fruit. $2.50 3 per box. bananas. 5c per
pound; pineapples. $2.50 per dozen.
FRESH VEGETABLES Artichokes 50c
dozen; asparagus, 2tc per box: ba. 26
3? per pound; cabbage. 181"-c pr
caulillower, $1 per dozen; celery. 90c pec
dozen; corn. 25r3)c per dozen; rucumbors.
40c6$l per dozen; egg plant. 17"c; lettuce,
hothouse. 25c per dozen; lettuce, head. 10c
per dozen; parsley. U5r per dozen; peas. 2 if
5c per pound; peppers, 25c per pound; rad
ishes, 10 12c per dozen, rhubarb. I4f2Hc
per pound; tomatoes. $1.75 3 per crate;
squash. $1)1.25 per 1hx.
ROOT VEGETABLES Turnlpu, $1.25(3'
1.40 per sack; carrots. $ 1.25 ' 1.50 per sack;
beets. $161-25 per sack: garlic. 12Wc ?er
OXIONK California red. $1.25 per buB
drcd; yellow. $1.75.
IHTATOES Oregon, old. $l.lAfl.25; Oregon,
nev.'. JKr41.10. Eaotern. $lfn.lO; California,
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4-crown. 7ic:
5-layer Muscatel raisins. 71tc; unbleached,
seedless Sultanas. 5ic; Lorn! on layers. 3
crown. whole boxes of 20 pounds, $1.85; 2
DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporated. 00
.Ctjc per jKiund; sundrled. sacks or boxes,
'none; apricots. lOfllc; poaches. 10;c:
pears, none; prunes. Italian. 4W5c; Frencn.
2 ft C 2 c . figs. California blacks, 5';c; do
white, none; Smyrna. 20c; Fard dates. Cc:
plums, pitted. 6c.
BEEF Drisod bulb. l(2c per pound:
cons. Sfe&lVsc; country steer?. 4g6c
MUTTON Dree od tancy. 5c hk pound;
VEAL Drc6sed. 75c to 125 pounds. 0ljc;
125 to 2A pounds. 4i5c; 2J0 iounde and
PORK Dressed. 100 to 150, 73Hc; 150
and up. 8Cc per pound.
Groceries Nuts. Etc.
COFFEE Mocha. 20ti25c; Java, ordinary.
l22c; Costa Rica, fancy. lS2c: good. 115
38c; ordinary, KnZJ2c ier iound; Columbia
rcajtt, case. l(Xs, (13.75; 5Us, $13.75; Ar
buckle. $14.75; Lion. $14.75.
RICE-lmpeilal Japan No. I. $5.374; South
ern Jaitun, $3.5v; Carolina', 5j8-c; broken
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound ta:is.
$1.75 er dozen; 2-pound talis. 52.40; 1-pound
flats. $1.S5; facy. llr-pound flat. $1.U; Va
Xound nat? $ J .10; Alaxl-a pink 1-pound tall.
b5c; rod, l-pund tails. $1.36; tuckeyea, 1
pound tails, $1.65.
SUGAR Sack basis. 100 pounds; Cube.
$5.65. powdered. $5.00; dr granulated. $5.5U;
extra C. $5; golden t ?4.SX; fruit igar.
$5.50: advance over sack bafii. as follows;
Barrels. 10c; half-barrel?, 25c; bases. 50c per
100 jiounds. (Terms: On remittance within 15
days, deduct c per ittund: if later than 15
days and within 30 days, deduct kc per noaac:
iw dlonount after 30 days.) Beet sugar, granu-
latcd. $5.40 per 100 pounds; maple bugar.
15fel8c xer pound.
SALT California. $11 per ton. $l.Ca per
bale; Liverpool. 50s. $17; 100s. $16.59; 20vs,
$16; half -ground. 100?. $7: 5us. $7.59.
NUTS "Walnuts, l;c per ound bv sack. 1c
extra for less than sack; Brazil nuts, 15c;
filberts. 14c; pecanc, jumbos, 14c; extra, large,
15c; almond?. I. X. L.. 10ic; chestnuts. Ital
ians. 15c: Ohio, $4.50 iKr 25-pound drum; pea
nuts, raw. 7ViC per pound; roasted. Uc; pine
nuts. 10612c; hickory nuts. 7c; ceeoanuts.
7c; cocoa nuts. 36y0c rr dozen.
BEANS Small white. HfMVc; large white.
34: pink. 3U3Hc: bayou, 44c; Lima. 61ic
rroIhlonn and Conned Meats.
HAMS 10 to 14 pound. ISfcc per pound;
14 to lt pounds. 13:c; lb to 10 pounds
13Vic; California f picnic). 'Je; cottage hams
Sic; sboulderf. W; boiled ham. 21c; boiled pic
nic "ham. boneloMi. 15c.
BACON -Fancy breakfast. ISe per pound;
standard breakfast. 10ic; choice. 15e; Eng
llrt breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 14c; ptch
SAUSAGE Portland, ham. ISc per pound;
minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry.
17 4c; bologna, long, lfcc; welnerwurut, Sc;
liver, 0c. poik. l)c; blood. 5c; headcheese. Cc;
bologna sausage, link, 4 Vic
DRY SALT-CURED Regular short clears
fic salt. 10c smoked; clear backs 0V-c
salt. lOfec smoked; clear bellies. 14 to 17
pounds aerage. none salt, none smoked;
Oregon exports. 20 to 25 pounds average.
10ic salt. llc tmokwi.
LARD Leaf lard, kettle-renderea: Tierces
OHc; tubs 9;4c; 50s. IMic; 20s. 10c; 10s.'
10c; 5. IOjc Standard pure: Tlerceo.
Sjfcc; tubs. 9Vc; 50s. :tv; 20s. DUc; 10s.
OHc; 5s. 09ic Compound: Tierces. 0c:
tube. 6Vc; 50. CUc; 10s. 0ic; 5b. U'tc.
PICKLED GOODS Pork, barrels. $1S. balf
barrels. $0.50; beef, barrels, $12; half barrel
CANNED MEATS Corned beer, pounds per
dozen. $1.25; two pound?. $2.35; fix pounds
JS. Roaet beef fiat, pound. $1.25; two pounds
none; six poundx. none. Koar: beef, tall
pound, none; two pounds. $2.X&; six pound'
none. Lunch tongue, pownds, none; two
pounds, none; six pound?. $S.50.
Hops. Wool. Hides, Etc.
HOPS Choice. li04. lJtr21c per pound.
OOL Eastern Oregon, average oest.
23c; loner grade?, down to 15c. accordtnr to
shrinkage; Valley. 26fi27c per pound.
ilOHAlR Choice. 31Q32VsC per jHrtinC.
HIDES Dry hidee. No. 1, 1G pound and up
1081tf"c per pound; dry hip. No. 1. 5 to lu
pounds, 11 15c per pound; drj' calf. No 1
under 5 pounds. I7ltc; dry salted, bulls and
fitags. one-third le.- than dry flint; (culls
iiiouiTiira, luu( wui, Kuira, murrain, nair- I
clipped, weather-beaten or grubby. 293e per
pound less); salted hldu;. steers, kound, CO I
pounds and ocr. HB-lOc per pouud: 5u to GO
XMiunds. bVrlfttc per pound; under 50 pound 1
and cowrt. SrDc per jtound; salted tags and I
bul. sound. 5c per paund; salted kip, sound !
15 to 30 pound-, c per pound; salted veal
tound. 10 to 14 pound?. 9c per pound; tatted 1
caif, Aund. under 10 pounds. li per pounJ 1
tgrcer. unsalted. 1c per jxMind culis, 1c I
jut puubu ?r.p nsine; r-ncar.lngs. X. ,
from 10 to 20 per cent less or 123l4e rve-
pound: her?o hides, called, each, according to
fiize. $1.5og?3; dry. each, according to size. $1
61.50; colto' hides. 253'50c each; goat skins,
common 1015c cacJi; Angora, with wool on.
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 3S4c; No. 2
and grease. 2S3C.
FURS Bear skins, as to iz. No. 1. $2.50
jl0 each; cubs. $iS2; badger. 25S50c; wild
cat. with head perfect. 25ff50e: hswe .at.
5g 10c; fox. common gray. 50370c; red. $3ii
0; iross, $515; silver and black. $100200;
fishers. $56. lynx. $4.50C1: mink. ?trictly
No. 1. according to size. $12.50; marten,
dark Northern, according to size and color.
$10C15; marten, pale. pine, according to aize
and color. $2.5064; mukrat. large. lOfj-lSc:
skunk, 40g50c; civet or polecat. 5fi-10c; otter,
large, prime skin. $0ffl0; panther, with head
and claws perfect. $25; raccoon, prime. DO
50c: mountain wolf, with head perfect. $3.50
gf5; coyote. 00c4f$l: wolverine. $S6S: beaver.
Pr fkln. large. $56C: medium. $g4; small,
$161.50; kits. 50675c
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 222c
CASCARA SEGRADA (Chtttam bark)
Good. 8;'4c per pound.
GRAIN BAGS-Calcutta. 7f 7;c'
TU R P ENTI N E Cases. 69c per gallon: bar
rels. Sc per gallon.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, 7Kc: 500-pound
lots. 7ic: ls than 500-pound lots. Sc.
GASOLINE Stove sajoline. case. 23tc;
iron barrels. 17c; S6 deg. gasoline, cases. 33c;
Iron barrels or drum?, 26c.
COaI. OIL Cases, 20c: Iron barrels. 14c:
wood barrel?. 17c; f3 deg.. cases. 22c: iron
LTNSEED OIL Raw. 5-barrel lots. 62c; 1
barrel lota. C3c; cases. CSc Boiled: 5-birrel
lota. C4c; 1-barrel lots, 05c: cases. 70c
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. July 5 The market for evap
orated applw fhows increasing firmnejw, w
lng to further reports of a short crop. Com
mon to good are quoted at 4tC; prime. 6c;
choice, 6tjc, and fancy, ,7c.
Prunes are firm for both future and spot
supplies. Quotations range from 2c to fic.
according to grade.
Apricots are quiet, "but offerings are light
and the market is firmly held. Choice are
quoted at 1040Vic: extra choice, lie. and
fancy, 12015c. -
Peaches are said to be in a strong posi
tion, but for the time being demand seems
Inefficient to permit of any Improvement in
prices. Choice are quoted at lOfflOc; extra
choice. 10H610;e. and fancy, ll4fl2c.
Ralains arc firm, with supplies small and
demand for consumption small. Leoe rous
citel are quoted at 4t;06Uc seeded raisins.
5UC6;c, and London layers, J 1.00-1. 15.
GOLD GQESTO PARIS
Announcement Causes Rush
to Sell Stocks.
BREAK IN NEW YORK TRADE
In Spite of RclapfK;, Agsrcsslvo
Movement for Advance of Prices
Is In Kvldcncc Bank
NEW YORK. July 5. In spite f a re
lapse in prices late in the day. there was
no mistaking the aggressive strength of the
force behind today's continual speculation In
nock?. The volume of dealing rofe well
over Mondsy" unexpectedly large total.
As to how far the stimulated advance in
prices has succeeded In attracting an nutsMe
demand estimate? and opinions vary. The
maiket was plainly under the Influence Kill
of organized speculative forces which have
conducted the present advance from its In
ception. It was believed. In fact, that there
had been some Influential recruit to the
ranks of the market leaders. The large con
gestion of th dealings In special slocks, the
orderly manner In which operations were
shifted from one quarter to another and
the skill dirpiayed in the selection of stocks
In these movements with a view to Influenc
ing sentiment and to help rolling to advan
tage f stock, previously advanced left no
room for doubt of the continued control of
the market by organized leadership. The
continuance of maneuvers of stocks accumu
lated la the course of the late rise hi not
completed, although the digestive process wa?
going on actively today.
News matter was. disregarded at the out
pet, no far as It waa advene to the cam
paign for the advance. The trouble precipi
tated among a chain of Western bank by
the Topeka Bank failure is of a kind which
would upset the stock market !a some of
its mood?, but It Kcms to have been to
tally disregarded by the present market, and
this, notwtthi-tfindiag the widespread dtecus
elon glen to th pment great volume of
bank loans outstanding and the importance
of the maintenance of confidence in their
quality. Much more Importance waa attached
in 'the view of the active speculative party
to the iomalnlng tone of the money market as
an evidence of the release of funds accumu
late for jHly disbursements.
The bond market showed little effect from
any demand for Investment. There was.
hovever. fome activity In new issue of hon
convertible Into thoee stoek? which hate be-n
made active In the pretest movement.
Th resumption of the foW export move
ment late in the day discouraged the flagging
effort? to keejj up prices. The deflnite an
nouncement of th offering hrc of a one-third
installment, or $5.oco.OtN of a new Japanese
loan, the withdrawal on the 15th f Oovem
raent deposits, and the persistence of the
Parb demand for gold doud the future of
the money market. The rush to sell cn the
gold announecmrnt shook the market badly
and left only remnant of th gains In a
few of the ?tronget stocks. Losses of 1 to
2 point? resulted for some of the Itadln;
Bonds were ?4eady. Total sahv. par value.
$,3S.. United States 2s decttned !, per
cent on call.
Sile?. High. Low. bid.
Adam? Express 243
Amalgamated Ciper 4.fltrt S$i S2 Ssl'i
Amcr. Car & Fey.. 1.2t 35H 35
do preferred yoo sStV
Amrr. Cotton Oil.... 400 8' 32 X2Va
do preferred . . .
American Exprea ..
Amcr. Hide A: L. pf.
Amer. Unseed Oil.. 1.200 18 1R IS
do preferred 1.400 4V 4rt 4"
Amer. IxK-wmotlve... ;.,t"io 49V, 4SVs 64
do preferred 100 112 112 111
Amer. Sm. & Refg. 14.5) 119 1174 117H
do preferred 4f) lipt, list 110
Amer. Sugar Refining 1.S00 141 ISS 13PU
Am. Tobacco pf. cert. 2.2U0 P7T J73 i7tu
Anaconda. Mining Oo. :t.0rt lst4 107W im-
Atchismi 1S.400 S5 M4 St4
do preferred 100 lusu. lo54
Atlantic Coas-t Line. 10 1H4 181 1.52
Baltimore & Ohkv... lfi.-JuO 114S IWi 11S
do preferred j7
Brooklyn It. Transit. 4H.a 7Jfv 7IK 71'
Canadian Pacific . . Sd.loo 152T 151 151w
Central of N. J l.MMi 2k 24 22
Chesapeake A Ohio.. :.Wrt A4i axi, rav.
Chicago X- Alton 400 X7 M 30C
d preferred 5f-) 7S, TS tbu
Chicago Gt. Western 12.(s-' 21 2, S0
hlcag & N. W 212 21 212
Chi.. Mil. & Ft. Paul 3.JK 1S -$t jjsu
Chi. Term. & Trans. l.SftO Ifti, isi lisV
do j referred 5.0s) 42S 4h. 41
C.. C. C & 5t. L. . W t. j7V JHlt,
(V4orado Fuel & Iron 2.iw 471 4j4
Colorado & Southern IK 2I' L'TU 27L
do let preferred . i$S 5S
do 2d iwefcrred Xt 37 74 7U
Consolidaled Gas. ... lfi 1:U ll 110V,
Com Products 3 niH it, jftC
do preferred ! jfy -in s
Delaware .t Hudson. UC) U lin4 ltM
Del.. Ijicfc. k West. 5 3M 3 379
Denver A: Rio Grande 2t 31; 31 m
do preferred 2y kl t7w M',
Ditller' Securities. 44M, 44 48-
Erie 44.900 47?4 4, 4
do 1st preferred.... 7.5M .ss f.; m
do 2d ireferrod .700 74 73t 72.
General EHctric 1.509 I7H 177 17j
Hocking Valley jj
Illinois Central 5,lVe ia$H 167 $7
international Paper.. 0.00i m -1?
do preferred K4M 7IS 7H TB'i
InternatkHMt Pump.. H) 29 -Jii S
do pn-forred ....... 10) w 7a
Ion a Centtal at ssv 27S "7Vt
d preferred 5(x) 5;
Kan. Oty Southern. x 27 2R4 2lv
do preferred .Vi 57 M5 shv.
lyxiUn-ille & Nashv.. 5.H0H 14 ' l4Sli
Manhattan I ix iu, ir.
Mtrop. Securities... H..VX SIU f&.
Metropolitan St. Ry.. jr,,n.yn 13 IaA
Mexican Central ... 1.3rt 22. --
Minn A- St. Louis 7 7
M.. St. P. A S. S. M """
do preferred inn im 'r,y ' i)
Missouri Pacific .... 5.00ft UK Pf JdU
Mo.. Kan. & Texas.. W) 23. rat.
North American .... $0i 1C) SpC fiat.
Northern Pacific .... 1.300 IKfli; iks irs
Pacific Mail 1.30-j 44! 44 lad
Pennsylvania fifUOO 141; 141!
fii'i::: ":!?? 'f
Prered Steel Car...". 12.01V) 4V, "ap'il 30
do preferred 200 ft, ni qm.
Pullman Palace Car -37tt
Reading 171.W0 K-5 imZ IA41!
do 1st preferred.... 500 y
Jl A nrf.JI f Csv 17
do preferred ,
; " rj.j or ' . r-r ?h
I AW 244 14 ip;
Co 13.7X) 32k 31 i 31
1. 77 7 70H
Rock Uland Co.
do pref'-rrd ..
Rubber Good l(l 33 l, ju aj
do preferred inn
St. L. .t S. F. 2d pf 1 '"' 071
St. I.. Southwestern 2O0 24 24K 2u
do preferred 1M !, 2Tk (P
Southern pacific .... 30.200 fA r.. .mu
do preferred .tod 1174 117; 7.
Southern Railway . . 4,.Vrt 33), 32V. 32fe
do preferred 20 fts :7$; 9-rI
jrim. v vui 4i- iron... tiz
1". S. Rxpress
V. S. Leather
100 i2U ii ire
do prtirerrca . IAmI
U. -5. Ralti.- 4W PI fvii- f.u
V. S. Rubber 2.000 414 411; 4l?i
U. S. Sjeel 32.O00 33V, 32 32T
do preferred M.300 IOIS J4 Wii
Va -Carolina Chemical 7.20" 37Vi 3 Xflii
do preferred l.KK lORt io7H 167
Wabash 500 20 lSVi lPi
do preferred loo 4A; 4i; 4W,
Welle-Fargo Espres 25
Westinghouse Elec i7
Western Union fi0 Kl'i S. fi
Wheeling A L, Erie 15 '
Wisconsin Central .. 500 24t 21 2HI
t?o preferred ....... jilij
Total sale? for the day. 1,057.600 share.
NEW YORK. July ."..Closing quotation:
U S. ref. 2 reg.l0S,!D. i R. G. 4s 100i
do coupon 10TilN. T. C. G. 34s. 90
V S. 3s reg 10SU Nor. Pacific 3s.. 774
do coupon 10 iNor. Pacific 4s.. 1054
V. S. new 4k reg.132 iSo. Pacific 4s... 934
do coupon 132aUn!on Pacific Is. 105 -k
Atchison Adj. 4s 96 h Wis. Central U.. 94
" 1 " ....... ' I" 1 ' n Jrr . avnw
National la4 .... 2.;if) 474. 471 4-
NntlonAl Mex. pf. 50t 3S .)C,
Y1rk t",r" - J.v 14I4 I40U 147O
N. Y.. Ont. A- West. .JH ,-, JisJ
.oniK a extern. . t.IOA Mi. "
Jexas rAdflc 1.10 34S S4ii i
Toledo. St L. &. w. :oo 3, s; asi
do preferred 3fW S7?i 571. H71;
Union Pacific 44.KK) 130T 12S; I2n
U. S. old 4s reg. 104 iJap. s. 2i set... 90
do coupon 104 'Jap. 4H. cer. . 91
5. Consols for money,
90 3-16. consols for
4 Norfolk A West. Si
4 do preferred . . . 9
lOntarin A West. 53V
do preferred. .. 105
Baltimore & O. .117
UlPennsylvanla ... 734
Can. Pacific 153
Ches. & Ohio.. 55
C. Gt. Western.
do 1st sref..
C. M. & St. P.. IS
De Beers 10
.i do 2d oref -.
4, So. Railway...
' do preferred.
D. & R. Grande. 31
do preferred... 59
4 So. pacir.
.Union Pacific B7
4 do preferred. . .1004
!t. S. Steel 34 4
4- do preferred. .. lt34
i Wabash 20 4
4j do preferred... 42
do 1st pref $5
do 2d pref 75
Illinois Central. 171
Louis. & Nash . 154
Mo.. Kas. AT.. 31
N. Y. Central. . .153
Money. Exchange. Etc.
NEW YORK. July .'..Money on call steady.
22i per "cent; closing bid. 2 per cent:
offered. 24 per cent. Time loans steady:
60 and 90 days. 3 per cent; six month'.
34ff3i per cent. Frtme mrcanttie paper.
SH-ii per cent.
Sterling exchange asr. with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at $4.M95C47 for
demand and at $4.S525ff 4.S530 for day.
Posted rates. $4.d$ 4.S.. Commercial bills.
Bar sliver. SSSc.
Mexican dollar?. 434c.
Government bonds, easy; railroad bonds,
LONDON. July 3. Bar silver, dull. 27d per
ounce. The rate of discount In the open
market for short bills is 1 per cent; the
rate of discount In the open market for
three-months' bill? is 1 i per eent.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 3. Sight drafts.
74c; telegraph drafts. 10c. Sterling on
London. 0 days. $4.'.;; sight. $4.S7i.
CROP DAMAGED BY HEAT
SCORCH IXC WEATHER IX CALI
FORXIA WHEAT BELT.
San Francisco Grain Market Reopens
Lively and Stronger Orchard
Fruits In Poor Condition.
PAN FRANCISCO. July 5.-tSpeclal.)-The
local grain market resumed operations with a
lively and stronger speculative market for the
leading cereal. After an early advance. De
cember wheal and barley' had a setback, but
fullj recovered in the afternoon. Scorching
weather In the California crop belt Is reported
to have done much damage In several sections.
Choice cat? were firmer and feedstuff. adler.
Orchard fruits. In ovtrrlpe and otherwize ,p.ior
eonditlon. as a result of the extremely hot
wcathrr. are In exccmlve supply and hard to
sell at concerslon. Choice shipping peaches,
applffl. pear?, apricots and plums are scarce
and Arm. Only rmalt quantities, were taken
by the steamer Queen for Puget Sound ports
today. No. 1 Bartlett pears and Gravenstein
apples command selff price?. Nectarine? are
sCow and weak. Fancy orangr? and lemona
are scarce and hlsh. Tropical fruits are mov
There wa.- a Mt accumulation of potato
ovr the Fourth, and the market reopened dull
and weak. Much .ock 1a spoiling for lack of
custom. Red onions were very weak, and only
the fanciest yellow show firmness. Mom. de
scriptions of garden vegetables; were weaker.
Butter that arrived by straraer? was in fair-'
ly good condition, and brought steady prices,
but much that came by rail wa? srft. owing
to the intene heat, and sold IS 2c below reg
ular rates. Cheeee was steady. Egg were
easy. Receipts. 110.700 pound? butter, 129.500
pounds cheer. G7.2SO dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Cucumber?. 2Sfl40c; garlic.
3fi4c; green pea. $161.59; string beans. 2ff3c:
asparagus. 4fjr7c; tomatoe?. $I.50f?I.75; egg
POfl.TRT-Turkey gobbler lMI21c; roast
ers, old. $4.5085; do young. $.5fr7.50; broil
er?, mall. $1.50fi2.SO; do large. $2.5003.50;
fryers. $5.50G.5i: hen. $4.50tf S.10; ducks, obi.
$585.50; do young. 55B6.50.
EGGS Store. 154JlC4c: fancy ranch. 20c.
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 10c: creamery
seconds. ISc; fancy dairy. 174c: dairy ?conds.
WOOI Sprinc. Humboldt and Mendocino.
2SS30C: Nevada. Ifi2i)c.
MJI.I-STUFF5-Bran. $21821.. VI; middling?.
HAY Wheat. $tOfil4.5fl; wheat and oats.
fOg 13.50; barley. $7ffl0; alfalfa. $7l.50: clo
ver. $71110: atock. $5.50f7.50: straw. 39fr5
FRUITS Apple?, choice. $l.5; common. tOc;
bananas. 73e$S; Mexican limes. $41T4.5: Cal
ifornia lessons, choice. $3.50; common. $1;
oranges, navels. $1.50f.5w: plneapplts. $2.
POTATOES Early Rw. 70c8$t.
CHEESE Young America. 10;(fllc; East
ern. IS IS V-
REOKIPTS-X'.our. 3.M7 quar.er sacks;
wheat. 12.3U2 centals; barley. 74(W cental?;
nts. SC1G centals; bean- 41 sacks, cotn, 12lrt
cenU; potato?. 10.5PS sacks; bran. 2C
sack?; middllnzs. 1703 jweks; hay. 504 tons;
oo!. 20S hales: hide?. 1429.
EASTERN WOOL MARKETS QUIET.
Speculation Has Ceased nnd Buying Now Is
The larger mills now having procured
enough supplies to last until .November or
December, trading has declined from the
heavy buying of some weeks past to a
healthy and eteady business en the part of
the smaller mills, says the Boston Com
mercial Bulletin of July 1. Thus the market
may be said to be quiet, but this Is true only
b comparison. It l still In lt strong po
sition, and all dealers are busy booking or
ders for small lots, which aggregate a very
satisfactory volume of business. Some
manufacturers. It Is said, have not laid In
appreciable supplies, and are keeping out of
the market In the hope of "bearing" prices,
but their Influence Is not great enough to
disturb the secure position of the market.
The new domestic wool can be readily sold,
a soon as opened for Inspection, and sev
eral time? the amount soW could be disposed
of If stocks were here. Such, Indeed. Is the
situation here that nothing lesthan a dis
astrous financial upheaval could affect It.
This, however. Is not anticipated, and wool
dealers, as well a manufacturers, exhibit
their confidence, both In the raw and finished
material. The wool dealer at the present
have less stock on hand than for seme years
past at the same time. With the previous
heavy buying to arrive nnd the steady trade
of the smaller consumers, no accumulations
of wool are being looked for. Speculation
has long since ceased, and legitimate buying
for consumption Is now the rule.
Oregon wools are quiet, full line? not hav
ing yet been prepared. Valley No. 1 Is
nominally quoted at W)82c. No. 2 at S79
SSc and No. 3 at 7.435c.
Coffee nnd Sugar.
NEW YORK. Julv. 5. The market for
coffee futures closed" steady, net 1 5 1? 25
points higher. Sales were reported of 7S.5O0
bag. Including: September, rt.ft.5tf C.SOe; De
cember. rt.9567.10c; February, 7.10c; March.
7.2067.30c; April. 7.2507.40c: May. 7.306
7.40c. Spot Rio. steady; No. 7 Invoice.
74c; mild, quiet; Cordova. 10013c.
Sugar Raw. firm; fair refining. ISc; cen
trifugal. Prt test. 4 4c; molasses sugar. 3ic.
Refined, steady; crushed. $G.10; powdered,
$5.50; granulated. $5.40.
Ixindon Wool Sales Resumed.
LONDON. July 3. The offerings of the
waoI auction sales today included a largo
supply of merino and fine crossbreds. Com
petition waa spirited. Withdrawals were
frequent as holders asked high rates. A fine
supply of Tasmanian sold at extreme prices
Americans paying Is 6d for first greasy
combings. The home trade bought medium
and coarse scoured s.
Wool at SL Louis.
ST. LOUIS. July .V Wool-Steady. Medium
grade combing and clothing, 24tf304c
light fine. 210 27c; heavy fine. ise224c:
In 1P03 the number of deaths from plague
In India waa S53.000; In 1904 It was. 1.010.000.
Contradictory Reports Cause
Fluctuations at Chicago.
OPENING IS VERY STRONG
Rains In Xorthwest Construed as
Altogether Unfavorable for Spring
Crori Reverse Report by Bu
reau Causes Slump.
CHICAGO. July 5. No sign -of weakness
was In evidence In the wheat market at the ,
openmg. On the contrary, sentiment was
decidedly bullish, initial quotations in Sep
temper being up Se to 14c at OOc to f 14c.
The market was Influenced almost exclusive
ly by the situation surrounding Spring-sown
wheat, continued rains In the Northwest be
ing con?trued ns altogether unfavorable for
the proper development of the crop. A num
ber of bearish factors were apparently Ig
nored altogether by the majority of trader?.
Lower cables and a liberal Increase In the
world's shipments constituted the principal
element? of a bearish nature. For the tlrst
few minutes of trading, shorts and commis
sion house? were active buyers. Small tangs,
who saw considerable profits in sight, sold
In sufficient volume to cause a loss of most
of the opening gain. Ijiter the bull were
further encouraged to withhold offerings by
reports made by two prominent crop experts ;
asserting that the Spring wheat had been J
seriously damaged by rust. Toward the
mWdle of the session a cron report given i
out by the Weather Bureau at Washington,
almost flatly contradicting the damage reports,
caused a severe slump In prtcs. Accord
ing to the Government, the condition of
Spring-fown wheat Is excellent, little dam
age comparatively having been done by rust.
Under profit-taking the September option
dropped to S7'4iS74c. closing weok. 2024c
lower than Saturday, at S74?S7ic.
The corn market was firm throughout. Sep
tember closed tf4e up. a: 554f554c.
In oalJ-. the market was firm, but closed
He lower Is sjinpat by with wheat. September
Provisions were weak. At the close Sep
temper pork wan off 2Uc. lard was down 15c.
and ribs were 10 174c lower.
The leading futures ranged a. follows:
Omb. High. I.ow. Close.
July $'J.JWVi $0.!M $&.t)-H; $i.90! ;
September ... . .J14 .S7$ -S74 !
December .... .PO4 .$.7-4 .S7& :
July fold) 5T.4
July mewl ... .53
Sept. loM) ... .554
Sept. (new) ... .541
Dec. (newt ... .4ts;
.5Wi .354 -5rt
.54 .554 -55?i
.5ft .314 .554
.404 -404 .414
July 32? .33 .32; .324
September ... .31 .324 -31-4 .314
December S2S -32S .314 .32
July 12-rto r2.rt 12.324 12.524
September ... IK.00 13.i 12.774 1224
October 12. 12.65 12.S24 12.S5
July 7.224 7.2.'. 7.13 7.15
September ... 7.43 7.45 7.324 7.324
October 7.50 . 7.52i 7.40 7.40
July 7.C5 7.5 7.W 7.SO
September ... 7.95 7.93 7.S0 7.S0
October 7.P5 7.! 7.S 7.S3
Cash quotations were as follow?:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $1.1001.15; No. 3. $t
01.10; No. 2 red. 0f4c.
fora No. 2. 55V$Aic: No. 2 yellow. 540
Oats No. 2. 324c: No. 2 white. 3340314c:
No. 3 white. S24r3e.
Rye No. 2. 7S4 7c.
Barle Ge4 f4lng. I244c: fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1. $1.25; No. 1 Northwe?tern.
Timothy seed-Prime. $3.2503.3".
Mesa pork Per barrel, $12.50 12.rt0.
Ijrd Per 10 pounds. $7.13.
Short ribs rtrfe? Ix-e. $7.O07.7O.
Short clear ?44 Boxed. $7,736 7.S7V5,
Clover Contract grade. $12.23013.
Flour, barrel? 2f.50O 21.700
Wheat, buohoi? -V0O I $.700
Corn, bushels 1.468.2i 1.405.20H
Oats, bttsfeete 43.300 335.5CU
Rve. buehet? 2 2S.CO
Barley?. mhes 70.4W 3.kO
Grain and Produce at New Y'ork.
NEW YORK. July 5. Flour Receipts. 31.
eot; .xpot. MV: barely atendy and quiet.
Wheat-Receipt. 44.2CO. Spot, easy; No. 2
red. $1.07 elealor; No. 2 red. $1,044 f. o.
b. afloat: No. 1 Northern Duluth. $1,214 f- o.
b. afloat. Option at fir?t were stronger on
reports f hev- rain? In the Northwest- and
bullish private advices, but turned weak on
the weekly crop bulletin. This failed to
connrm damage reports and caused heavy un
Vfltidtng. under which prices broke 3c a
buehel. closing 14'lie lower.- July closed
lt84e. September closed i2c; December closed
Hop ami hides Quirt.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 3. Wheat and bar
Spot quotations Wheat: Shipping. $1,474
Sl.55; milling. $l.551i 1.H1 Barley: Feed.
Call-board sales Wheat: December. $1,124.
Barley: December. I'tSc. Corn, large yel
low. $1,354? 1.124.
Minneapolis Wheat Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, July 5. -Wheat July.
$1.0S4; September. yS40B4c; December.
.sn4SHUc. No. 2 hard. $1,134: No. 1
Northern. $1,114: No. 2 Northern. $1,074.
Whent at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. July 5.-Wheat-JH!y. O IIVJ;
September. ! I14d. December. 6 104d.
Wheat at Tarontn.
TACOMA. July 5 Wheat unchanged. Mill
ing. Muestem No. 1. Jc; club No. 1. 52c
Visible Supply of Grain.
NSW YORK. July 5. -The visible supply of
grain Saturday. July 1. ns compiled by tho
New York Produce Exchange Is as follows:
Wheat 14.225.ooo 1. 100.000
Corn 3.500.000 "t'OOO
Oats 7.237.00O 407.000
Rye 80.4.000 20.000
Barley b7.000 3.000
Price. Quoted at Portland Union Stockyards
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 50 horses. The following
prices were quoted at the yards;
' CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers.
$3.50; cows and heifers. $2.502.73; medium.
$l.SO2; cale?. best. 125 to 200 pounds. $5.
HOGS Best large, fat hogs. $: block and
China fat. $3.25 6 3.30; stockers. $5.
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley,
sheared. $3; medium. $2.75; Iambs, $4 tf 4.25.
EASTERN LIVESTOCK. '
Prices Current nt Kantas City. Omaha and
CHICAGO. July 5. Cattle Receipts. 27.000.
Market. 10c to 15c lower. Good to prime
sneers, $5.COg5.2i; poor to medium. JS.POtr
3.90; stockers and feeders, $2.50ff4.25; cow.
$3.0064V; heifer?. 5Z5OQ5.10; canners. $1.50
93.00; bulls. $2.00fT4.00; calves. $3.008.25;
Texas fed eteers. J3.S534.35.
Hogs Receipt?. 33.000; tomorrow. 30.000.
Market. 5c lower. Mixed and butchers. $5.40
5.60; good to choice heavy. $3.50-8 S.0; rough
heavy. $3.0055.40; light. $5.4535.60; bulk of
Sheep Receipts. 1S.00O; sheep, atrong. lambs.
uv to goax. Good to choice wethers.
$4.7585.50; fair to choice mixed. $3.30ff5.00;
Western sheep. $3.75g5.50; native lambs, ia-
eluding Springs. $4.50gs.25; Western lambs.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. July 5. Cattle Re
ceipt?, 30O. Market. 10315c lower. Native
:er. $3.75g3.G5; cows and heifer?. $3.00
4.50: Western ster? $3.25g5.00: canners. $1.73
Q2.75; stnrker anil rirr .1 Sfl?l IS- ratv?.
Hog Receipts. $7500. Market. 5c lower.
Heavy. $5.2005.25; mixed. $3.22485.25. light.
$5.2005.30; pigs. $4.0005.00; bulk of ?i!es.
Sheep Receipts. 500. Market, strong. West
ern yearlings. $5.7500.50: wether?, $1.7565.50.
ewes. $4.00-25.00; Iambs. $6.503fS.00.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. July 5. Cattle Re
ceipts. 5000; market. 10c lower. Native steers.
$4.5005.25; native cows and heifers. $2,250
5.15: ftc-ckers and feeder. $2.7504.50: West
ern fed s:eers. $4 0005.25: Western fed cows.
Hog? Receipts. 13.000. Market. 5c lower.
Bulk?, $5.3505.43; heavy. $.".250COO: packers.
f5.35J5.0; pigs and light. $5.3005.424.
Sheep Receipts. 5000. Market, steady. Mut
tons. $4.3503.63; lamb?, ?5.7507.O5, "range
wethers. $4.7505.50; ftd ewes. $4.2504.75.
BULGE CAUSED BY WEATHER
Xew York Advances 28 Points.
Heavs- Selling at Xew Orleans.
Excitement at Liverpool.
NEW YORK. July .V Cotton price
reached a new high level today, with trad
ing almost as active and excited as during
the advance of a cent a pound en Monday.
The opening was 14 to 2$ points higher, fol
lowing sensationally firm cables and bullish
weather bureau report?. There was heavy
realizing, and prices sold off early, reach
ing 10.58i for October and 10.70c for Jan
uary, but there was soon another sharp ad
vance on a renewal of bull support and
heavy buying order? through wire and com
mission house. Following the publication of
the bureau report prices were about 30 points
net higher, around lO.Sle for October ami
10.f7c for January contract?. The close was
strady at net advance of 2 to 4 points, a?
July. 10.45c; August. fo.40c: September.
10.45c; November. 10.5Sc; December. 10.fi3e;
January. lO.OSc; February. 10.70c; March.
10.73c: April. 10.75c; May. 10.77c.
New Orleans Breaks on Selling.
NEW ORLEANS. July 5.-An active open
ing range of seme 40 point?, or $2 per bale,
was recorded In the cotton market today.
The future positions opened IS points higher
than Saturday's closing, then declined a
few pointA lower than the opening: then,
when the weekly weather bureau report waa
made, advanced as high as 10.00c. At this
price the bull leader threw spot cotton on
the market In 2().00.bal9 lot?, causing an
almost Immediate decline of 13 points.
Feverish at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL July 5.-The cotton market
opened active and excited, and an advance
of 10 to 13 points was quickly recorded.
The close was feverish at a loss of 5 to 7
NEW YORK. July 5. Active buying, said
to be largely ;o- rpeculatlve account, caused
a sharp advance in the London tin market
over the local . holiday and spot tin closed
there at 140 2s"6d and futures at 130 2s fld.
The local market was firm In sympathy with
spot held at 30.65f?31c.
Copper clored at for spot and 5 2s
Cii for future in the London market. Lecally
the situation appeared unchanged, with lake
and electrolytic quoted at 15c and casting
Lead was also a shade hlghrr in London,
closing at 13 8 M. The local market re
mains firm, with spot quoted at 4.5t4.6ic.
the Inside prices being a shade under the
Spelter wan unchanged at 23 I7s Rd in Lon
don and at 5.30c In New York.
Iron closed at 4a 4d in Glasgow and at
43s 6I in JIiddletoro. Locally. Iron was
eaaler and lower on Southern grades. No. 1
foundry Southern Is quoted at $15.25 16.50;
No. 2 foundry Northern. $15.50716.00; No. 1
foundry Southern. $15.2515.75: No. I foundry
Southern soft at $15.254710. and No. 2 foun
dry Southern. $13.23615.50.
NEW YORK. July 5. Closing quotations
Adams Con $ .2 Little Chief $
Alice 5S;Ontarlo 2.
Breece 20Ophlr 0.
Brunswick Con.. .05' Phoenix
Cornstock Tun... .OS.PotosI 1
Con. Cal. ft Va. . 1..10.Savage
Horn Silver 1.75Slerra Nevada... .
Iron Sliver S.OOlStnall Hopes 2.
Leadvllle Con... .0ttstandard 1.
BOSTON. July 5
Adventure . .. .$ 4
Am. Zinc S
OOtMohawk $ 40
.75. Mont. C. & C. . 2
00!Ohl Dominion. 21
,73fParrot . fi
Cal. & Hecla. .
Centennial . . .
OulTamarack . . .
.Mi) United Copper
.50 U. S. Mining.
.3S!f. S. Oil.. ..
25 vVolverlne . . .
Gran by ,
Isle Royale... 20
Mass. Mining. . 7
Dairy Produce In the East.
CHICAGO. July 5. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was easier;
creameries. 1S4J20C; dairies. 15gl$c; eggs.
stady. at mark case? Included. 13c; firsts!
14c: prime. 154c; extra. 174c; cheese, easy.
NEW YORK. July 5. Butter Firm: state
dairy, common to extra. 154'g2ic; renovated,
common to extra. 134.174e.
Cheese and eggs Steady and firm, un
changed. Gold Taken for Export.
NEW YORK. July 5. I-azard Freres today
engaced $1,000,000 in gold bars for shipment
t Paris tf-morrow
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ington. 8:13 P.M. 7:15 A. M.
FOR ASTORIA and S:0O P. M. 15:00 P. M.
way points, connecting Dally.
witn steamer tor liwa-, except
co and North Beach.' Sunday,
steamer Hassalo. A-sn-, Saturday,
st. dock (water per.) 10:00 P. M.
FOR DAYTON. Ore-j7:00 A. M.
gon City and Yamhill) Dally.
River point. Ash-at. except
dock (water per.) ' Sunday.
3:30 P. M.
A.W A. M.
FOR LEWI5TON. Dally.
Idaho and way points' except
from Rlpario. Wash. 'Saturday.
5:00 P. 1L
TICKET OFFICE. Third and Washington.
Telephone Main 712. C. W. Stinger. City Tick
et Agt.; A. L. Craig. General Passenger Art.
UNION DEPOT. . Arrtvex
' UVEKLAND hX- i
t PrtEaa TltAl.N S
S:C0 P. if.
j tur salem, itue- -;Z3 A. St.
1 Sai-ruiuentu. U$-
sen. aan t rjncL- I
' Co. Mojavc. Loi j
( Augeles. El Paso.
New- Ortearu nai
Mcrntng train) 6:10 P. Ml
) connects at Wood- ;
. ourn dally except
tunUaj with train I
i :or Mount Angel.
Wendlin: ana Na.
:00 P. M.
connects at Wood
ourn with Mt. An
gel and Sllverton
10:S5 A. M.
7:30 A. 1L
40 P. M.
5:50 P. M.
118:25 A. 5t.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVICa
Leave Portland dally for Cs-rego at 7:34
A. M.; 12:50. 2:05. 4. 3:30. tf. :35. 7:45. 10:1U
P M. Dally except Sunday. 5:30. ti:30. S:33.
10:25 A. M.. 11:30 P. M. Sunday only. U A. M.
Returnlnr from oswero. arrives Portland
dail :3u. 1010 A. M.. 1:35. 3:05. 4:35. -U:2U.
7:J5. 9:b5. 11:10 P. M. Dally except Sunday.
rt:25. 7:25. 9:30. 11:45 A. M. Except Moo
day. 12:25 A. M. Sunday only. 10 A. M.
Leave from same depot for Dallas and In
termediate point dally. 8 P. M. Arrive Port
land. 10:10 A. M.
The Independence-Monmntith motor line
operate dally to Monmouth and Airlle. con
necting with S. P. Co. trains at Dallas and
First-class fares from Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco. SCO: berth. $3.
Fecond'class fare. $15: . second-class berth.
Ticket? to Eastern points and EuroDe. Also
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
City. St. IjuIs SpecUl
for Chehalts. Centralta. ,
tnjmpla. Gray'a Harbar.
South Bend. Tacoma.
Seattle. Spokane. LevU
ton. Butte. Billings, Dsn
vtr. Omaha. Kansas Ctty.
bu Louis and Southeast. S JO a ra 41-0 p a
North Coast Limited, elec
tric lighted, for Tacoma.
Seattle. Spokanci Butte.
Minn.apw.is. St. Paul and .
tne taat 2:00 pm . :00 am
Pu-ct Sound Limited for
caehatt. CentMlla. Ta
coma and Statu only... 4:30 pm 10:55 p a
Twit City Express for Ta
toma. Seattle, apokane.
Helena. Butte. Yellow
stone Park. Minneapolis.
St. Paul and th East. .11:45 p m 6:50 p a
A D Charlton, Assistant General Passen
ger Agent. 255 Morrison st.. corner Third.
Portland. Or. '
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
UNION DEPOT. . Arrival.
For Maygers. Rainier. Dally.
Clifton. Aitoria. War-
renton. Fiavei. Ham
mend. Fort Stevens.
Gearhart Park. Sea
side. Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Daily.
6:00 A. M.
2:30 P. M
7:00 P. X
Astoria Express. 9:50 P. M
C. A. STEWART. J. a MAYO.
Comm'l Agt.. 213 Alder st. G. i & P. A
Phone Main 908.
Columbia River Scenery
Portland, Cascade Locks, The Dalles
Steamers leave Portland dally at 7 A. M.,
connecting at Lyle with Columbia River &
Northern Railway Company for Goldendale and
Klickitat Valley points. Dally round trip to
Cascade Locks, steamer Bailey Gatzert, leaves
S.30 A. M., returns 5:30 P. M. Dock foot of
Alder st. Phone Main 914.
Se F. & Portland Steamship Co.
Operettas the Ouly Passenger Steamers for
San Francisco Direct.
"Columbia" (3000 tons). July 5. 15. 23.
"St. Paul" (2500 tons). July 10. 20, 30.
From Alnsworth Dock at S P. M.
REDUCED ROUND-TRIP RATE.. $25.00.
Berth and Meals Included.
JAS. H. DEWSON, Agent,
rhoaa Mala 2ft8. 248 Washington St.
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