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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1906)
THE 3IORXIXG OKEGOXIAX, THURSDAY, .JANUARY 11, 1906.
HDD IS ILL BIGHT
Fruit Jobbers of Front Street
Indorse the Inspector.
ATTACK IS UNWARRANTED
No Iiifc to IiOcal "Wheat Market
Cessation of Eastern Orders for
Hops Eggs Arc Becoming
FRUIT Front-street jotbors in
dorse work of county Inspector.
POTATOES Improvement In ship
VEGETABLES House lettuce Is
EGGS Receipts ' increasing and
POULTRY All kinds clean up.
MEATS Receipts large and de
WHEAT Local trade slow.
HOPS Flurry in state markets
The wholesale fruit dealers of Front street
arc highly indignant at the repeated attacks
that have been made upon County Fruit In
spector Reld by a certain evening paper of
this city, which they declare are entirely un
warranted. They regard Mr. Reid as an ef
ficient and conscientious official, who has al
ready done much good in his particular line.
That the benefits will be even greater in years
-io come Is apparent to any one with common
cense, as Inspector Rdd, by educating the
farmers up to the proper methods of culti
vating and spraying their trees, has gone di
rectly to the root of the matter. The abuse
heaped on Mr. Reld by the c-cnlng paper la
regarded as an expression of personal malice
on tho part of the writer of the articles. The
only persons in this city who are in a posi
tion to Judge of the merits of the Inspector's
won: arc the merchants of Front street, and
that they indorse him is shown by the fol
lowing letter, which was presented to him yes
terday: "Portland, Or.. Jan. 10. James H. Reld,
Fruit Inspector Dear sir: The undersigned
fruit Jobbers, realizing the fact that your un
tiring effort toward improving the quality
nnd pack of fruits Intended for sale in thla
market, have been and are of inestimable value
to the general industry of the state, desire that
you accept the Inclosed order on Buffum &
Pendleton for the bent hat in their house as a
mark of their appreciation.
(Signed.) MARK, LEVY & CO.
PAGE &. SON.
BBLL & CO.
W. B. CLAFKE CO.
DRYER. O'M ALLEY & CO.
M'CORQUODALB & HOOVER.
M'EWEN & Kl'SKEY.
LEVY & SPE1GL.
WHEAT MARKET BULL.
Offerings Are Light and Holders Ask More
Tlian Buyer Will Pay.
The local wheat market is in almost a stag
nant condition. Offerings are very light, as
but a comparatively rmall amount of grain
remains untold in territory tributary to this
city, and what Is left is in strong hands.
Buyers show no willingness to pay the prices
asked and a dull market is the reoult. The
undertone yesterday was rather weak at the
quotations which were given by dealers as 71
72 cents for club and 7374 cents for blue
stem. "Our farmers are almont capitalists," says
Broomhall in discussing the general situation.
"Tho world's crop ! one of the largest ever
recorded, buf the price settler Is the demand.
In the case of crop returns the value of tho
annual compilation Is greatly reduced by the
new methods adopted by the Russian and
Indian officials in arriving at their annual es
timates', by which the llgures for the past three
years have been arbitrarily increased to the
extent of perhaps 240,000.000 bushels. It is
not so much the absolute size of theeroD.
it lanrc or small, which determines the
price at which it soils, but rather the dlspo-
anion of the holder. '
The British government has issued the fol
lowing dispatch from the Viceroy of India,
dated December 10, 1003: "Crop prospects dur
ing the week ending December 9: West United
Provinces No rain. It is urgently wanted in
Mccrut, Rohllkhand nnd Allahabad divisions.
crops are withering. liundlekhand Prices
are high still, with a tendency to rise; test
relief works closed in one dlrtrlct. but are
being opened in others. Rajputana No rain;
large numbers of the cultivating and menial
classes have emigrated from Aimermerwura
those remaining come freely on relief; Spring
crop sewing much restricted, and prospects arc
reported to be poor in North and East Raj
putana. Central India No rain; situation
same as last reported. Bombay No rain; it
is urgently wanted In Dcocan and Kaarnatak;
test relief works opened in the Doccan dis
trict. Hyderabad No rain; situation unim
proved; in other provinces, prospects fair or
contracted with Edward Pelett for 10,000
pounds of hops each year for the next five
years, at 10 cents per pound." '
The only activity Just now seems to bo in
Oregon, where the only good hops can bo
found. The California market is neglected and
trade in New York is dull. according to the
"Watervllle Times of January 5, which jays:
'It looks as though the dullness of the holi
days was to last through January. Buyers
claim there is no demand from brewers, and
that very little will be doing for a month yet.
The holders of hops are disgusted at the low
prices offered and roost of them promptly re
fute to accept an offer In the few InMancea
when one la made. We have beard that the
Hathaway lot near Orlskany Falls was sold
at 10 cents. Other hops have been sold as
low as 7 cents.
More Eggs Coming Id.
Receipts of eggs show a gradual increase.
Trading yesterday was generally done at 28
Vents, but other prices were Quoted.
Poultry cleaned up promptly at the quota
tions. The strongest demand was for hens,
duoka and geese.
The butter market waa unchanged.
Dressed Meat Sell Readily.
Receipts of dresoed hogs yesterday were
larger than for any time In three weeks, but
the demand was strong and they moved off
readily at firm prices. Veal was also plenti
ful, but quickly cleaned up.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $ 930.B21
Grain. Flour. Feed. Etc
WHEAT Club, 7172c; bluestom, 73g74e;
red. GSJjGOc: Valley, 73c
OATS No. 1 white feed, $27; gray. $20..0
FLOUR Patents. $4.30$4.70 per barrel;
straights. S3.SO4.10; clears. $8.0. fi 8.80;
Valley. S3.00J.90: Dakota hard wheat, pat
ents, $3.5036: clears. $5: graham. $3,239
3.70: whole wheat. $3.75 0 4; rye flour, local
$5; Eastern, 55.23Cj3.33: cornmeal, por bale.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. city. $17; country.
SIS per ton: middlings. (21.50: short, oity.
$18; country. $10 per ton; chap. U. S. Mills.
$17.50: Linseed Dairy Food. $IS: Alfalfa
meal. $1S per ton.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 90
pound sacks. $0.75; lower grades, $3,256'
G.50; oatmeal, stcelcut, 50-pound sacks. $S
per barrel: 18-pound sacks, $4.23 per bale;
oatmeal (ground), 50-pound sacks. $7.50 per
barrel: 10-pound sacks. $4 per bale; split
peas, $5 per 100-pound sacks; 25-pound
boxes. $1.40; pearl barley. $4.25 per 100
pounds; 25-pound boxes, $1.25 per box;
pastry-flour. 10-pound tacks. $2.50 per bale.
BARLEY Feed. X2322U0 per ton; brew
ing. $24 24.50: rolled. $83.00 24.50.
BUCKWHEAT $2.50 per cental.
- HAY Eastern Oregon timothy, $13.30
14.50 per ton: Valley timothy, $06 10; clover,
$9 10; cheat, S 5.50 if 0.30; grain hay. 586V.
t Vegetables. Fruit, Etc.
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples. 7Se$1.50
per box; persimmons, $1.23 per box: pears.
$1,234x1.30 per box; cranborrles, $13 IS. 50
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons. $363.50 per
box: oranges, navel t, 2.23 02.75 box; Jap
anese. COc per single bex: grapefruit, $$.50
&'4.50: pineapples, $2.5004.30 per dozen;
tangerines, $1.73 por box; bananas, 44 05c
FRESH VEGETABLES Artichoke. $7.40
per dozen; beans, 20c per pound; cabbage.
H"p2c per pound: cauliflowers, $1.25 per
dozon; celery. $8t5'3.50 per crate; head let
tuce, 40c per dozen; hothouse, 75c$1.25
per box: pa. 15c; bell pepper. 33c; pump
kins. lc pound; radishes. 25c dozen; to
matoes. $1. 50 & 1.75 per crate; xprouts. 7c
per pound; squafh. I'U&lHc per pound.
ROOT VEGETABLES Turnips. 90c$I
per sack; carrots. C5'73c per sack; beets.
85c$l per sack; garlic 10Q124c per
ONIONS Oregon, No. 1. $1L25 per sack;
No. 2. 73 90c.
POTATOES Buying prices: Fancy graded
Burbanks. 05S'75c per sack: ordinary. 50
COc: Merced sweets. 2c per pound.
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 11 12c per
pound; apricots. 1212"4c; peaches. 104 i
l2"c; pears, none: Italian prunes. 5i a'6c;
California figs, white, in sacks. SUc per
pound; black. 4&3c; bricks. 12-14 ounce
packages. 75S3c per box; SS-ounce, $2
2.40; Smyrna. 20c per pound; dates, Per
sian. 3Gi'Ccjer pound.
RAISINS Seeded. 12-ouncc packages. 8
84c: lC-ounce. 9410c; loose muscatels.
2-crown. 77c; 3-crown, 7?C7?ic: 4
crown, SS"4c; unbleached seedless Sal
tanas, 67c: Thompson's seedless, un
bleached. SO'SHe; Thompson's fancy un
bleached. 12&124C; London layers, 3-crown,
whole boxes of 20 pounds, $1.75; 2-crown. $2.
Butter, Egg. Poultry. Etc
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
erv. 30i32Hc per pound. State creameries:
Fancy creamery, 274S324c: storo butter, 10
EGGS Oregon ranch, 2S$-20c; Eastern, 22
23e per dozn.
CHEESE Oregon full cream, twins, 14V4
15c: Young America, 134 16c.
POULTRY Average old hens. 124$14c:
Springs, 3246'13c; mixed chicken. 12
124c; broilers. 1510c; drccsed chlckeite.
14Q15c: turkeys. live, 15c; turkeys,
dressed, choice 1720c; geese, live pound,
fllc; geof'e. dressed, per pound, 12 4 13c:
ducks. 15 Q 10c; pigeons, Sl2; squabs, S2&
POTATO MARKET IMPROVING.
But No Demand for Poor Stock Hothouse
Lettuce Lower. "
An Improved feeling is noted in the potato
market. The shipping demand continues to
be for fancy grades, which are very scarce
and in the abeence of these, buyers are pick
ing up the next best offerings to be had. Poor
scrubby stock is still a drug on the market
and is hard to move at 50 cents a sack. A
light inquiry is still noted in the vegetable
market. Stocks are ample, and in the case
of hothouse lettuce, lower prices are quoted.
A car of celery is due today. Advices from
San Francisco say that cabbage Is very firm
there and will not go lower.
A car of fancy oranges arrived yesterday
and a car of Riversides is due today or tomorrow.
WANT HOPS BADLY.
Buying Movement in This Stat Is Gaining
Tho hopbuyir.g movement seems to be gain
ing force Instead of diminishing. Those deal
ers who last month declared that the market
would die a natural death at the close of the
year have another guess coming, for the ac
tivity since January 1 has been far greater
than In the same period before New Year's.
Almost every dealer in the city has orders,
some of them big ones, though they are loth
to acknowledge it. The buying is said to be
largely by Eastern Arms that sold short, and
now, fearing that the market will get away
from them, are covering as fast as possible.
Ten and 104 cents was reported offered for
choice hops at Aurora yesterday, but holders
of these grades were generally above the
market. The trade was Interested during the
day in a report from Hlllsboro that tho Cates
lot of about 500 bales'-had been sold at 8si
cents. The Tenness lot of 40 bales at Oregon
City was bought by Fred Shores at 8 cents,'
who aUso nought two other lots there, aggre
gating 50 bales, at the same price.
A dispatch from Aurora says: "M. IL GlI
"oertson, of this city, agent for 8. & F. Uhl
tnan, tho hopmcn of New York City, this week
moth-eaten, badly cut. scored, murrain, hair- 1
clipped, weather-beaten or grubby, 23c per !
pound lew). Salted hides: Steer, sound, 60
poundc and over. 10611c per pound; CO to
00 poundtv S4610c per pound, under 50 and ;
cows. SQlOe per pound; salted kip. pound. IS
to 30 pounds. 9c per pound; salted veal, sound.
10 to 14 pounds. 9&10c per pound; salted calf,
sound. 10 to It pounds, lOfTllc per round;
(green unaalted. lc per pound less; culls, lc
per pound less). Sheepskins: Shearlings. No.
1 butchers' stock. 23030c each; short wool. No.
1 butch em" stock, 40Q50C each; medium wool.
No. I butchers stock. 00J80e: long wool. No.
1 butchers' stock. $101.50 each. Murrain
pelts from 10 to 20 per cent lc or !261ic
per round; hort-e hides, salted, each, accord
ing to size. $181.50; colts" hide. 23050c each;
goatskins, common. 10 15c each; Angora, with
wool on. 25cfj$L50 each.
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 20322c
TALLOW Prime, per pound, S4f?3;c: No.
2 and crease. 23c
FURS Bearskins, aa to size. No. 1. $2.50$)
10 each; cubs. $102; badger. 25030c; wild
cat, with head perfect. 25050c: houto cats.
510c; fox. common gray, 5Ogr70c; red. $30
5; cross, $33715: silver and black. $1008200:
fisher. f3S0; lynx. $4.5006: mink, strictly.
No. 1, according to' size. $1?2-5Q; marten,
dark Northern, according to nixe and color.
$10Q13: marten, pale. plae. according to size
and color. $2.50fc4. murkrat. large. 10915c;
skunk. 40fi30c: civet or polecat. 5;10c: otter,
large, prime skin. $C10; panther, with head
and claws perfect, $25: raccoon, prime, SO
50e: mountain wolf, with head perfect. $3.50
05; coyote. C0c$l: wolverine. $6QS; beaver,
per crkln, large. $530; medium, $34: small,
$101-50; kits. 50a75c
CASCARA SAG RAD A (chlttam bark) 24
03c, according to quality.
BEEF Dressed bulls, 102c per pound:
cows. 334c; country steers. 4 J4 Vi c
VEAL Dressed. 75 to 125 pounds. S3Sc:
125 to 200 pounds, 4&5c: 200 pounds and
MUTTON Dressed, fancy. CQflVjc per pound;
ordinary, 4jOc: lamb. 77t5c
PORK Dreiwed. 100150 pounds, 707tac;
150 and up, 6Q54c per pound.
Steady Realizing in. Stocks
Still Under Way.
MARKET IN GOOD CONTROL
TURPENTINE Caecs. EOc per gallon.
WHITE LEAD Ton lot. 7ic; 500-pouud
lots. 6c; less than 500-pound lots. S4c (In
25-pound tin palls, lc above keg price; 1 to
5-pound tin pails, lc above keg price: 1 to
5-pound tin cans, 100 pounds per caoe, 2 lie
per pound above keg price.)
COAL OIL Cae. $2.05 per case; iron bar
rel. 15c per gallon: wood barrels. ISc.
GASOLINE Stove gasoline. caes, 25c;
72 tert. 27c; S6 test, S5c; Iron tanks, 19c.
LINSEED OIL Raw, in barrels, 54c: In
canes:. 5o; boiled, in barrels, 5Jc; la cases,
Clc; 250-gallon lots. 1? lesx.
REAGTIDN HT CHICAGO
HEAVl OFFERINGS BREAK THE
MARKET FOR MAY WHEAT.
Groceries Nuts, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 2(J62Sc; Java, ordinary.
18622c: Costa Rica, fancy, 18&20c; good,
16lSc; ordinary. 1912c per pound Colum
bia roast, cases. 100s, $14.23; 50s. $14.25:
Arbuckle. $15.88; Lion. $15.88.
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1, o'.Jc; South
ern Japan. 3.35c; head, 7c.
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails
$1.73 per dozen: 2-pound talis. $2.40: 1
pound flats. $1.85; fancy l81i-pound fiats.
$1.80; .i -pound flats. $1.10: Alaska pink. 1
p'ound talis. 0c; red. l-pcflnid tails, $1.26;
cockeye. 1-pound talis. $1.70.
SUGAR Sack basis, 100 pounds: Cube,
$(.05: powdered, $5.80; dry granulated,
$5.70; extra C, $5.25; golden C. $5.10; fruit
sugar, $5.70;. Advances over sack basis as
follows: Barrels. 10c; H -barrels. 25c; boxes,
50e per 100 pounds. (Terms; On remittance
within 15 days deduct xAc per pound; If later
than 15 days and within 30 days, deduct He
sugar, granulated. $5.50 per 100 pound;
maple sugar. 13 lSc per pound.
SALT California, $11 per ton. $1.00 per
bale; Liverpool. 50s. $17; 100?, $10.50; 200s.
$IC: -pounds. 100s. $7; 50s, $7.50.
NUTS Walnuts, 15Uc per pound by sack;
Uc extra for less than sack. Brazil nuts,
lCc; Alberts, 16c; pecans. Jumbos. Wc; extra
large. 17c: almonds. 14H315c; chestnuts,
Italian. 12"i(g16e: Ohio, 20c; peanut, raw,
71-jC pound: roasted. 8c; plqenuts. 10 12c;
hickory nuts, 76t: cocoanuts, 35'80c
BEANS Small white. 4c; large white.
3c: pink, 2vic; bayou, 4c; Lima. 5ic;
red Mexican, Sc
Provisions and Canned Heats.
HAMS 10 to 14 pounds. 12c per pound; 14
in ift nnunds. 12c: IS to 20 pounds. 12c: Cali
fornia (picnic). 8c; cottage hams. 8c; 8houl-
ders. be; Douea nam, aojsu, uuueu picnic nam,
tiacon Fancy breakfast, 15c per nound:
standard breakfast, lCc; choice. 15c; Encliah
breakfast, 11 to 14 pounds, 4c; peach bacon,
PICKLED GOODS Pork barrels, $18;
barrel6, $a.w. ueei, carrcis, j-Darrekt;
SAUSAGE Ham, 13c per pound; minced
ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry. 17c; bolog
na, long, ttc; weincrwursi, oc; jivcr, Be;
pork, 8&10c; headcheese, Gc; blood, 0c; bo
'.ocna sausage link. IWc
CANNED MEATS Corned beef, pounds, per
dozen, $1.2&; two pounas, :x; six pounds.
$7. Rcast beef, flat, pounds, $1.25; two
poundfl, $2.25; six pounds, none Roast beef.
tall, pounds, none; two pounds, $255: six
pounds. $7. Luncn tongue pounds, $2.75.
Roast mutton, six pounds. $8.50.
DRY SALT CURED Regular short clear,
dry salt, lOAc; smoked, HVic; clear backs,
dry salt 10c smoked. llHc; clear bellies.
14 to 17 pounds average, none; Oregon ex
ports, 20 to i& pouncfl average, dry salt He.
smoked 12c; Union bellies. 10 to 18 pounds
LARD Leaf lard, kettld rendered: Tierces,
10?4c: tubs; 10c; 50s. 104c: 20s, lOJic; 10s.
llc; 5s, lltfc Standard pure: Tierces.
8c: tubs. 8kc: COs. OHc: 20s. fiic: 10s.
lOVfcc; 5s. lOHc Compound: Tierce. 6J4c;
Heps, Wool, Hides. Etc
HOPS Oregon, 1005. choice, 10llc; prime
fiifi9y,c: medium. 78c: olds. 537c
WOOL Eastern Oregon average best, 16g
21c; valley, xef-:uc per-pouna.
MOHAIR Choice. 30c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides: No. 1, 1C pounds and
up 16lSc per pound; dry kip. No. L 3 to
10 pound. 13S18cv per pound: dry calf. No.
1. under S pounds. lTKlfc: dry salted, bulls
aad stag?, oec-tklrd lesi than dry .flint; (culls.
Cash nnd Commission Houses Put
Xarsc Quantities on Sale.
Part of Xioss Refrained.
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. The market wan Arm
during the first hour on reports of kicker
prieen at Liverpool and statements from Ar
gentina to the effect that the movement of
the sew erop was delayed by wet weather.
Smalt receipts In the Northwort also en
couraged the bulls. After May had opened
unchanged to a shade lower at 87; to S7,&
STiic the price was bid up .to SSViC before
efferingK were made In any great volume.
When SS'tC was reached, cash houses sold
vigorously and commission house, supposed
to be acting for leading bulla, put larger
quantities of wheat on the market. This
brought about a reaction nnd May declined to
7t4iS7c Later, part of the los was re
gained on covering by shorts. The market
closed fairly steady with May He lower at
Small local receipts, light acceptances and
firm on We created a firm market la com.
May ctomd at 43c. a gain of lie.
Trading in oats was quiet. May ced un
changed at 32Uc
The provision market wan firm for the
greater part of the day. At the close. May
pork was up lOJi 12'ic; lard was up 2K95C
and ribs were 5c klchcr.
The leading futures ranged as follow:
Orwn. Htch. Low. Ctoe.
Mar $ .87-4 $ .?!! .flM $ .87
July SIX .S3 .81 H -SIV5
January 4l .41?
May .45 .451-1
July 45J4 .45?i
May 32i .32?; JSU
July SOS -SO?! -30H -30S
January 13.675 13.821. 13.07 18.75
-siay n.w 14.13 Jt.w 14.03
January 7. 37 "4 7.374 7.524 7.35
May 7.0214 7.724 7.C214 7.70
July 7.73 7.83 7.75 7.824
January 7-52U 7.55 7.50 7.524
May 7.374 7.07e 7.5m 7.65
July 7.724 7.80 7.724 T.77V&
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring, S5c; No. 3, S2SCc;
No. 2 red, JsSfiKiViC
Corn No. 2, 42424c; No. 2 yellow, 424c
Oat No. 2. 31ic; No. 2 while. 32J':c; No.
3 white VriC2 l c
Rye No. 2, C5c
Barley Good feeding, 37"4e; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1, $1.13; No. 1 Northwestern,
Timothy seed Prime, $3.35.
Mess pork Per barrel, $13.75(213.80.
Lard Por 100 pounds, $7.55.
Short rib sides Loose $7.4707.55.
Short clear sides Boxed, $7.007.70.
Clover Contract grade. $13.1313.25.
TTour. barrels 30.600 " (W
Wheat, .bufchels CO.000 51.700
torn, uusnoj-J ....238,3v0 212.900
Oats, bushels 410,400 319.500
Rye. bushels 10,000 2,900
Barley, bushels 112,100 34,000
.44 !i .45
Further Contraction in ttho Activity
of Dealings Prices Gradually
Movo to a Jxnvcr Xicvcl.
Talk of Gold Exports.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. There was a further
contraction In the activity of the dealings in
stocks today and the dUpoltioa to take proflu
was even more clearly manifest than yester
day. The profit-taking, however, was con
ducted in an orderly and systemaUc manner
and without creating any serious disturbances
of values. The market still showed itself
under effective control.
Prices opened higher all around, the up
ward spurt at the beginning extending to a
wide man-in In some cases. This was evi
dently for the purpose of affording a belter
basts fcr selling stocks and the process was
immediately begun. There was a striking
demonstration .of the continued power of the
organized speculation to sixain prices. Tho
same force was perceptible during the day In
the effective sustaining influences of the mark
ing up of special stocks which served as a
brake on the downward course of the general
market under the psocess of realizing.
There was no new news to account for
the day's movement- of prices. The selling
to realize proflts seemed In pursuance of the
fixed plan of operation entered, upon in tho
early stages of the movement by the pow
erful speculaUve combination ruling the mar
ket. That Is to say, stocks were taken and
held with obstinate determination enough
through the 125 per cent money rate of De
cember with the fixed purpoto of meeting the
general outidde demand to bo expected with
the seasonable relaxation of the money market
at the first of the year. Such a demand has
bten a factor in the market, but it han failed
to reach the expected proportions and nothing
like the runaway bull market that was hoped
for has developed. The palpable fact of the
pront-taklng on the part of the large organ
ized operators has undoubtedly bad its part
In discouraging a precipitate speculation on
the part of the general public which has been
well Informed of the conditions of the mar
ket by the wldcopread and notorious discus
sion of the bituatlen. So far as the re-naming
doubts over tho money outlook are a fac
tor. It Is not because of any apprehension of
such a scueeze as would force out presont
The principal Influence in today's money
market was the response to the decided re
laxation abroad. DUcounts cased both In Lon
don, Parte and Berlin, and London exchange
moved up briskly in Pari. This operated to
prevent the expected profit on an engagement
of gold In New York for export to Pari, in
spite of the further rife in foreign exehanc.
in New York. Later gold exports are still
Canadian Pacific and Kansas & Texas were
strong and AmAgaraated Copper made good
headway agalnev the weight of the selling.
There. were various other points of strength
among the rallroado and specialties. Theso
poved their sustaining power throughout, but
prices gravitated to a lower level In spite of
frequent rallies. The doting was easy after
one of these rallies and with -stocks at the
Bonds were Irregular. Total salci. $2,SS5.
000. United States 2u coupon dt'clined 3i per
cent on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Low. bid.
Adams Express 235
Amal. Copper ....I93.V0O 110?i lio'i llw
Am. Car fc Foundry 23,700 43 & 43 42
do preferred 500 lOoii 100 10U
Amer. Cotton Oil. 22.W.O' 43 35?; 43'i
do preferred 300 f5 lUh 9Xb
American Expret-s. 100 225
Am. d. &. Lth. pf. ...H
American Ice .... 2,700 43
Amer. Liiueed OIL
Amer. Locomotive. 6,400
Am. Smelt. & Ref. 11,900
do preferred 400,
Am. Sugar Re fin.. -4S.000
Amer. Tobacco pfd. 400
Anaconda Mln. Vo. 45.000
do preferred. t... 4u0
Atlantic Coast Line 2.5U0
Baltimore & Ohio. 5,400
do preferred..... 4u0
Brook. Rap. Tran. 13.7C-J
Canadian Pacific. 1.900
do preferred 1.000
Cent, of N. Jewy 100
l.fcw 57 50 U
C. & 3s reg... .1024?Nor. Pacific 3s.. 77
do coupon ....103 iNor. Pacific 4. -10SH
V. S' new -Is reg.lSOU'So. Pacific 4s. . . . 'P-Vi
IT. S. old 4s reg.103
do coupon ... .103
Atchison Adj. 4s 044
Union Pacific 4s.l0U
Wis. Central is.. 93
Jap. 2d ser.. 99
'Jap. 44s. cer. .. 93 i
Stocks at London.
, LONDON. Jan. 10. Consols for money.
S0H; consols for account. S9 5-10.
Anaconda - 13-; 'Norfolk & West. 90
Atehison 97"i do preferred... 9i
do preferred... lOS'sIOntario & West. 54U
Baltimore & 0..117?,PennsyIvanla ... 74 H
Can. Pacific ...ISOU.Rand Mines .... 74
Ches. & Ohio... 5S4jReadlnR 74U
C. GL Western. 22 0 do 1st pref.... 48 4
C MIL &. SU P.lSS'iJ do 2d pref..,. 404
De Beem lS5i 'Southern Ry. .. SSH
Den. & Rio G. . 40H' do preferred... 1034
do preferred... &OH Southern Pac... 69H
Erie 50, Union Pacific 130 i
do 1st pref.... S3 . do preferred... 101
do 2d pref 7C"4;U- S. Steel 43
Illinois Central. ISO i I do preferred. ..110
Louis. & Nash..l57i!Wabash 21U
Mo.. Kan. tz T. . 40Sl do preferred... 42i
N. Y. Central... 13Si Spanish Fours... 914
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chicago & Alton.
Grain nnd Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Flour Receipt 20,
000 barrols; exports, 11,700 barrels. Market,
steady, but quiet.
Wheat Receipts. 59.000 bushels; exports.
270,000 burliels. Spot barely steady: No. 2
rod, 90;c elevator; No. 2 red, 00c f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth. 93c f. o. b.
afloat. Early buying of wheat, based, on
unfavorable Argentine news and higher ca
bles, advanced prices sharply. Aftr midday,
however, active realizing on reports of snow
in the Southwest and a big increase in .Min
neapolis stocks destroyed, the upturn, and la-t
prices were partly z net lower. May closed
92c; July closed S9Jic
Hides and wool Firm.
Grain at Saa Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. Wheat and bar
Wheat Shipping, $L374'?i.424; milling.
Barley Feed, $L2241.23; brewing. $1,233
Oats Red, $1.2531.024: white, $1.5001.63:
black, f 1.2311 1.75. '
Wheat May. $1.40.
Barley May, $1.234.
Corn Large yellow, $1.3031. 374.
Minneapolis ITaeat Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 10. Wheat, S5?ic:
Jply, SCHc No. 1 hard. SSHc; No. 2 North
ern, S7Sc; No. 2 Northern. S0?c
"Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 10. Wheat March, Cs
ll"4d; May, Cs 9id. Weather, fine
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA. Jan. 10. Wheat, unchanged;
bluertem, 73c: club, 71c; red, 65c
New York Cotton Market,
NEW YORK. Jan. ytO. Cotton futures
clot-ed steady at a net decline of 5gS points.
January, 11.25c; February. 11.32c: March.
lL40c; ApriL 11.51c; May, lLTec: June, lLSSc;
July, 11.62c; August, lL43c; September.
10.85c: October. 10.70c
IVool at St. Louis. V .
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 10. Wool, steady: medium
grades, combing and clothing. 20330c; light
fine. 21S -6c; heavy flne, 19$21c: tub washed,
Money. Exchange. Etc
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Money on call. firm.
5CC per cent; ruling rate. 33; closing bid. 3:
offered, 6. Time loans, steady; 60 and 90 days,
5466 per cent; six months. 5H35"4 per cent
Prime mercantile paper. &35 per cent,
Sterling exchange, strong; closing easier,
with actual business in bankers bills at $4.8000
(J4.SC65 for demand and at $4.S323t?4.S330 for
00-day bills. Posted rates. $4.834g4.S4 and
$4.S7g4.S7la.. Commercial bills, $4.S2!44.S"J.
Bar eilverr fi3"4c
Mexican dollars. BOUc.
Bonds Government, weak; railroad, irregu
lar. LONDON, Jan. 10. Bar sliver, firm, SOUd
Money. I4tf2"j per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bins Is 3H per cent; do for tnrec montns
bills, ss Per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. Silver bars,
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Draft-" Sight, 3c; telegraph. 5c
Sterling Sixty days, $4.83?; ; sight. $4.SO4.
Dally Treasury Statement.
Washington. Jan. 10. Today's statement of
Ota Treasury balances tihowa:
Available cash balance $14.t.070.S93
Gold coin and bullion 87.289.O07
Cold certificates 42.165,740
RUINS TOO LIGHT
Not Sufficient to Do Much
Good to California Crop.
GRAIN OPTIONS ARE FIRMER
higher In sya-pathy with spot, quoted at
Copper was lower in the English market,
closing at 79 12s Od for spot and 79 for fu
tures. Locally, the market was unchanged.
Lake' and electrolytic are quoted at 18.75
19c; casting, 18.37"4lS.S75c
Lead was 6b 3d lower at il in London. Lo
cally, the market was unchanged, with quo
tations ranging from 5.G06c
Spelter advanced to 29 3s in the London mar
ket, but remained unchanged at 6.5OG.G0c
Iron closed at 53a 3d for standard foundry
and at 53s 6d for Cleveland warrants abroad.
Locally, the situation vis unchanged, with
prices" flrmly held. No. 1 foundry Northern,
18-7319.35cr No. 2 foundry Northern, 18.50
IS. 83c. '
do 'preferred 500
Chi. Gt, Western. 1,wj0
Chi. &. Northwest, 2,100
Chi., MIL & St, P. 17,000
Chi. Term. &. Tran.
C. C. C. & St, U 900 107 4
Colo. Fuel z Iron, 11.400 504
Colorado & South. 2.0CO 32
do 1st preferred.. 300 70.i
do 2d preferred.. 1,400 54-fi
Consolidated Gas.. 900 1704
Corn Products .... 4,300 ISV3
do preferred 300 5S
Delaware & Hudson 100 222i
Del., Lack. & W.. 100 4M
Den. & R, Grande. 2.100 -394
Distillers' Secur... 2,X) 53
Brie 12.200 48?;
do 1st preferred.. 2u0 80;
do 2d preferred.. 400 73?;
General Electric... 1.100 1794
Hocking Valley.... 500 115i
llllnolrt Central 30 17f;
International Paper 4,000 89
International Paper 9,900 25
do preferred 4.900 89
Iowa Central ....
Kansan City South.
Met, Securities ...
Met. Street Ry...
Minn. & St, Louis
M.. S. -P.M S.5.M. 10.500
do preferred 6,100
Missouri Pacific... 2.400
Mo., Kans. & Tex.101.o00
do preferred 24.700
National Lead .... 3,700
Mex. Nat, R. R. pf. 100
New York Central 11,700
N. Y.. Ont. tc W.. 3.200
Norfolk A. West... 10.900
North American... 4,400
Pacific Mall 100
Pennsylvania ..... C3.000
People's Gas 300
P.. C. C & St, U
Pressed Steel Car.. 3.100
do preferred..... 300
Reading ., 4S.0U0
do left preferred.. 300
do 2d preferred.. 1.000
Republic Steel ... 10,000
do preferred 14,400
Rock Island Co... 500
do preferred..... 1,000
Rubber Goods ... 100
do preferred..... ......
Schloss-Sheffleld .. 1,700
St, L. & S. F. 2 pf. 400
St. Lou la Southw.. 1,000
do preferred 100
Southern Pacific... 27.200
do preferred 200
Southern Railway. 5,200
do preferred...... 200
Texas & Pacific... 7.70O
To!., St, L. & W.. 3.900
do preferred 3,700
Union Pacific ....149.500
do preferred 100
17. S. Express
V. S. Realty.
U. S. Rubber 1,600
do preferred 900
U. S. Steel 84.700
do preferred 10.700
VIrg.-Caro, Chem. 12,400
do preferred 200
do preferred..... 400
We lis-Fa it o Exp
WesUnghou Elec 100 172
Western Union ...
Wheel. & L. -Erie ICO IS
Wisconsin Central. 200 D0V4
go preierrea ..... .....
Total sales for the day, LS04.000 nhare?.
NEW YORK, Jan, 10. Closing quotations:
V. S. ref. 2s reg.lM?(!D. & R, G. 4s.. 100
do coapoa ....19SH1N. T. C G. 3H". 88 S
FAILUH ES LAST YEAR
SHOWIXGf IS A MOST FAVOR
Striking Improvement as Compared
with 1901 Statistics Belutlnrr
to the Pacific States. .
R. G. Dan & Co.' annual report of failures
contains the following Information:
Commercial failures- in the United States
during the year 1903 were 11:320 In number,
with assets of $57,828,090 and liabilities of
1192.678,172. a most otriklng Improvement
compared with the 12,199 failures in 1904.
when assets were $S4,4SS,G76 and liabilities
J HI. 202.311. In every comparison the figures
for 1903 are more satisfactory than those of
the previous year. Thus. In manufacturing
operation- there were 2726 failures against
2848. while liabilities were $14,252,629. against
f32.950.473; trading fallurto numbered 8473,
against 8S9S. and liabilities were S5I.734.3o3,
compared with 564.429.C44. Other commercial
failure, such as brokerage, real estate, insur
ance, etc., not properly Included In the two
principal divisions, were 519 In numbor and
$6,639,040 la amount, against 433 failures In
1904. when the liabilities were ?2J.S22.194.
This Is the most striking decrease in amount of
liabilitlef. and It- partly due to the Baltimore
fire la the previous year, although the de
creases were aim large In other sections of
the country, notably New York. Massachusetts
and Illinois. In addition to the commercial
failures, there were 78 suspensions of banks
and other fiduciary lnrtltutlons, with nn ag
gregate defaulted Indebtedness of 120.227.153.
against 99 in the previous year for ?28,158,811."
The classified .statement for the year com
pares as follows with 1004:
Manufacturing 2.72S 2.8IS
Trading - S.473 S.89S
Otkor 319 453
,. 44,232.629 $ 52,950.437
.. 31.754.303 64.429.644
.. 6,669.040 26.S22.194
Totals $102,670,172 $144,202,311
Banking 20,227,155 23.15S.8ll
A striking decrease in both number and lia
bilities of iBeotveneics in the year 1905, as
compared with the previous year, is a most
encouraging evidence of the stronger position
of the business community, and the compari
son with 100 Is still more satisfactory. Dur
ing the past 20 years the amount of capital
inverted In the various gainful occupations
has Increased almost steadily and the volume
of trade expanded so remarkably that it
would be logical to expect the amount of de
faulted Indebtedness to rise in a similar ratio.
That it haa not done so I conclusive evidence
of progress in the right direction, of the more
conservative methods prevailing and the gen
erally healthier situation. In the two decades
just ended there have bean many years of
prosperity, yet IS 90 la the only year that re
corded smaller liabilities than 1903.
The number of failures, the amount of lia
bilities and average amount of liabilities each
year since 1890 are given below:
Year. No. Liabilities. Average.
1903 11.320 $102,676,172 $ 8,912
1904 12.109 144,202.311 11.820
1903 12.6-50 155.444.185 12.S7U
1902 11.613 117.476.769 10.111
1901 11.002 113.092.376 10,279
1900 .... 10.77 138,493.673 12.831
1899 0.337 90.379.889 9,733
I89S 12.1S6 130.662.890 JO. 722
3897 13531 134.332.071 11.530
16J 13.08S 226.038.134 31.092
1S93 13.107 173.196.06i 33,124
1894 13.SS5 172.992.83n 12.438
1893 15.242 346.779.SS9 22,751
3SP2 10,344 114.044.167 11.023
1891 12JT79 1S0.S6S.63S 15.471
1890 10.907 3S9.S57.9v4 17,406
Changes in the past year were small and
unimportant on the Pacific Slope. California
reporting the heaviest looses, as usual, which
were almcHt Identical with the previous year's
returns. Washington cams next with about
$1,000,000 smaller liabilities, but little change
from the figures of 1904. Oregon was third in
the list. The number of failures in the Pa
elfic States and. territories last year and in
1904 and liabilities both years compare as
1903. 1904. 1903.
21' OS 01.494
57 81 233.303
45 76 171.969
, ... 4.
Fancy f Potatoes in Sharp Demand
and Advancing Best Orcgons
Quoted at $1.25 Hop Market
' Inactive and Unchanged.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. (Special.)--The
opinion In local grain circles Is that the rains
of the past 24 hours were too light to do
much good, and this was reflected In firmer
prices for wheat and barley options today.
May wheat closed at $1.40 and May barley at
J1.23S- Cash values for all grains remained
steady with business limited. Feedstuffs and
hay were steady.
Wool is quiet and nominal. Stocks are not
accumulating, but buyers and sellers are stub
bornly a;art. s
Hops arc Inactive, with choice steady and
poor neglected and easy. The market range
continues at 7 11 cents.
Owing to the nonarrlval of several cars,
only two carloadrf of oranges were offered at
auction. Average pricfe were: Fancy navels.
$1.33; choice, 93ct?$1.30; standard. COc. The
open market for oranges was firm for large
eizes and weak for small. Lemons were de
pressed with stocks accumulating. Apples were
In good supply, quiet and easy.
High-grade potato- were In sharp demand
and advancing, The beat lot out of a car of
Oregons by rail sold at S1.25. All grades
are quotable at S0c&$l.23. Oregon potatoes
brought by the Senator are not yet unloaded.
Salinas Burbanks arc firm at Sl.1001.50: extra
fancy $1.00. River potatoes are more flrmly
held. Onions are steady; a car of Oregon
sold as high as $1.40.
Butter Is 1 cent higher for firsts and ncconds.
E$gs are 2 cents lower. Cheese Is firm. Re
ceipts. 27.500 pounds butter, 27.100 pounda
cheese: 17.100 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES' Cucumbers. C0oS?1.75: gar
lic. 56c; green peas, 7Q9c; string beans.
15ftl74c; tomatoect, 73cg$l.25; egg plant. $1.50
POULTRY Turkeys. 1718c: roosters, old.
$4,503.50: roosters, young. $6i7: broilers,
small. $2t?3; broilers, large. $4U3; fryers. $5
6; hens. $4.5O6.50; ducks, old. S36; ducks.
BITTER Fancy creamery. 31c: creamery
EGGS Store. 2(V2Sc: fancy raneh, 2SC0c;
CHEESE Young America. 13gl3c; Eastern,
1544?16c; Western. 14i?14,c
WOOL South Plains and S. J., 1415c;
MILLSTUFFS Bran. SlS.50fl20; middlings.
HAY Wheat, 3U$16; wheat and oats. $9
6-14; barley. SSfrll; alfalfa. $7.5OJ?10.30; stock,
$6.5087.50; straw, per bale. 30053c
FRUIT Apples, choice. $2; common. 40c;
banana?. ?lf?S; Mexican limes. $5.5036; Cali
fornia, lemons, choice. S2.50; common. $1; or
anges, navel. 7 3c y J 2.75; pineapples. $2igfi.
POTATOES Salinas Burbanks, $1.1001.50;
sweets. 7 3c -Rll. 23; Oregon BurbankH.. S0c$1.23.
RECEIPTS Flour, 7333 quarter sacks;
wheat. 18,150 centals; barley. 1276 centals;
oats. 110O centals'; beans. 84 sack-; potatoes.
5333 sacks; bran. 330 sacks; mlddlincfi. 50
sacks; hay, 320 tons; wool. 69 bales; hides, S06.
Prices Quoted Locally on Cattle. Sheep and
The following livestock prices were quoted
yesterday In the local market:
CATTLE Good steers. $3.30$C.75; fair to
medium. $2.753; 150 to 175 pounds, $4.50
4.73: calves', heavy, $3ff3.25.
HOGS Meat, suitable for packers. $5.75-6;
fair to medium grades. $5.50; light fat weights,
120gl40 pounds. $55.25.
SHEEP Good fat sheep, ?4.504.75; choice
Prices Current at Kansas "City. Omaha and
KANSAS CITY. Jan, 10. Cattle Receipts
8000; market steady.-' Native steers. $41?
5.00; native cows and heifers. $24.75;
stockers and feeders. $301.60; Western
cows, $2.3093.75: Western steers. $3.30
5.50; bulls, $2.23Q3.S0; calves. $37.
Hogs Receipts 13.000; market weak to
3c lower. Bulk of sates. $3. 13 J? 3.23; heavy.
$3.203.30: packers, $3.13 & 5.27 "4 -. pigs and
Sheep Receipts 5000; market steady.
Muttons. S-I.30i56.10; lambs. $5.507.60:
range wethers, $3.30 C. 03; fed ewes. $4.50
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts 5200; market steady. 10c lower. Na
tive steers. 53.30 5. 30: cows and heifers,
$2.504; canncrs, $1.73?2.10; stockers and
feeders. $2.50(4.15: calves. $2.5006; can
Hogs Receipts, 9000; market steady, 5c
lower. Heavy. $3.1303.23; mixed. 53.130
5.20; light. $3.103.20: pigs. $t.404.00;
bulk of sales. $5.15 & 5.20.
Sheep Receipts 7300; market steady.
Western yearlings. $66.40; "Wethers. 53.30
5.90; ewes, 5 1.73 3.75; Iambs, 57 7.50.
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. Cattle Reelpts 23.
000; market steady to 10c lower. Beeves.
35.606.15; stockers and feeders. $2,500
4.65; cows and heifers. f 1.504.73; Texas
fed steers. $3.504.23.
Hogs Receipts today. 45.000; tomorrow,
33.000; market 5e lower. Mixed and butch
ers. $3.20 ft 5.424: good to heavy. $5.30
5.43; rough heavy. $5.1005.20; light. $5.15
5.33; pigs. $4.755.I5: bulk of sales, $5.23
Sheep Receipts 22.000; market steady.
Sheep. $1 0,-10; Iambs. $5.13 S.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 10. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
were as follows:
Dairy Produce la the East.
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was firm;
creameries. 194S26?3c: dairies, 1823c
Egga Steady at mark, cases included. IS
Cf23c; firsts, 22c; prime firsts, 23c; extras, 27c
Cneese Firm. 11441 13c.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Butter Firm, un
changed. Cheese and eggs Unchanged.
Arizona . .
Pacific 1,099 1,128 $A15S,936 $6,406,632
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. No further changa to
reported in the market for evaporated apples
and business Is very light. Common are quot
ed at 78c: nearly prime, 0g9"4c: pitae 94
fl2c; cnotce. auc; xancy, ate
Prunes are steady and the demand for com
mon is dulL Quotations range from. 463c,
according to grade.
Apricots attract some jobbing demand and
prices are flrmly held, with choice quoted at
9410c; extra choice. 104Q10"4c
Peaches are In demand from interior points.
the inquiry being chiefly for extra choice and
fancy Muirs. Extra choice are Quoted at
10c; fancy, 104611c; extra, fancy, ll413c
Raisins aro still quiet pending recelpus of
the new prices from the Coast,
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. Jan. lO Coffee futures closed
steady, unchanged to i points higher. Sales
were reported of C5.00O bags, including Febru
ary, 0.7086.75c: March, e.75S&85c; May. a 00
67c July. 7.95417.10c; September, 7.2O0 7.25c;
October, 7.25c: December, 7.3587.40c Spot
Rio. steady; No. S Invoice, 8 3-16c; mild.
steady: Cordova. 0?;(?12ic.
Sugar Raw, firm; fair refining, 3 3-lG$34c;
centrifugal. 96 test, 3 ll-16fj3?;c; molasses su
gar. 2 13-1 693c. Refined, firm; crushi-d, S5.40;
powdered, i.su; grantuaica, 3-.iv.
DAILY C!TY STATISTICS
ROY-WHITE Theodore Roy. 23. 23 East
Seventh street: Bertha White. 22.
HANCOCK-ROYAL Charles A. Hancock.
27. Kelso. Wash.: Pearl J. Royal. 22.
TYREL-GRIER Edward J. Tyrel. 23, S44
Macadam street; Bertha Grler. 21.
JAECKEL-McCROSKEY Geo. A. Jaeckel.
22; Mabel J. McCroskey. IS.
M OAK-MANN Carlos W. Moak, 24. North
Yamhill; Battle Mann. 23.
BARBER-WHITE James T. Barber. 42.
203 North Eleventh street: OTdrlnne White.
SHAFFER-CAMPBELL Floyd R. Shaf-
fer. 26, 1SS Everett street; Emlly Campbell.
ROBINSON At 513 East Washington
street. January 3. to the. wife of Fred Austin
Robinson, a son. '
HARRIS At 121 East Fourteenth street,
December 20. to the wife to William Robert
Harris, a son.
STEFFXER-At 170 East Forty-eighth
street. January 1, to the wife of Samuel
William Steffner. a son.
JACK At 203 North Sixteenth street. Jan
uary 10. Infant daughter of Mr. and Mr?
tred D. Jack, aged 1 day.
BARNES At Olvmpla. Wash.. Januarv 7.
Grace v Slade Barnes, aged 43 years. Re
mains brought here, for interment.
GEORGE RASMUSSEN Dwelling. on
Murray avenue, between East Thlrtv-fourth
and Marguerlta street; $1000.
.V B. HALTERMAN Dwelling, on East
Taylor street, between East Thirteenth and
r.ast fourteenth streets; S2U16.
O. NEVALAINEN Dwelling, at Peninsu
lar and Foster streets; $1300.
T. p. HOWARD Dwelling, at Alberta and
East Fifteenth streets; $300.
W. SETON Dwelling, on East Eleventh
street, between East Sherman and East
ABE TICHENOR Store and flats, on
Twenty-third street. near Washington;
O. M. SATHER Dwelling, at 723 Will
iams avenue; $700.
AT THE HOTELS.
Alta S .02
Alpha Con 04
Best & Belcher 1.10
Challenge Con. .IS
Julia $ .07
Kentucky Con.. .01
Occidental Con. .92
Potosl . .
Con. CaL & V. 1.13 iSeg. Belcher..
Con. New York. .03 jslerra Nevada
uown uuii .. .1
Exchequer ... .34
Gould & Curry. .20
Hale &. Nor... 1.00 jYellow Jacket" !l2
NEW YORK. Jan.
Adams Con. - .5 .25
Alice .-. 1.80
Brunswick C. .36
Comstock Tun. .09
Con. CaL & V. 1.05
Horn Silver .. 1.75
Iron SU er ... 4.25
Lcadvllfi Con,, .03
BOSTON, Jan. 10.
Adventure ... 3.23
Amalgamated.l 09.87 ?4
Am. Zinc... 13.S7H
Bingham .... 33.73
Cnl A Hela. 703.00
Centennial .. 30.374
Daly West .. 17.00
Dominion. C. 19.30
Isle Royale . . 27.23
Mass. Mining. 10.75
Michigan .... 16.75
Mohawk .... 39.00
10. Closing quotations:
Little Chief ..S .07
jMont. C. & C.S 4.374
uaue .... oo.tiu
Old Dominion. 40.75
united Cop... 63,00
U. S. Mining. 48.87 ?4
II. S. Oil 12.00
Utah 63.12 ?i
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Still another ad
vance was reported in the London tin market
and spot cfosed at 165 10s and futures at 1C3
17s Cd. Locally, the market was firm and
The Portland R. Sunder and wife. Toledo.
O.; L. McMahon. Chicago; E. J. F. Rea. San
Francisco: H. E. Newman. Chicago; L. A.
Burgess. Ripon. Wis.; E. C. JlcCoy and
wife. The Dalles; A. T. De Forest. San
Francisco; J. A. Shlller. R. H. Cosgrove.
W. J. C. Wakefield. A. W. Bunell, Spokane;
J. M. Ferris?. Jr.. Tacoma; K. Dougan, Min
neapolis; F. 11. Gllman. Seattle; W. S. Bow
ers. Baker City; A. S. Cooper. Providence.
R. I.: T. M. Anderson and wife. V. W. An
derson. V. S. A.: B. L. Crosby. Tacoma; H.
S. Rheinsteln. San Francisco; J. A. Soder
berg. Seattle; L. M. Rice. C. M. Nettleton.
J. M. Bunce. Seattle: Mrs. K. Brewster. Los
Angeles; E. M. Corbln. Chicago; B. 3lc
Cowan. San Francisco; 31. Ascher. Chicago;
J. llanna, Seattle: G. S. Long. Tacoma; M.
R. Thompson. Tacoma: E. H. Overman. Se
attle; C. F. Brown. Thebes; Egypt; U. J.
Senk. San Francisco; W. E. Cook. S. 1. Sil
verman and wife. Klamethon: 11. S. Hagan.
San Francisco; J. Moran. Spokane; 'J. S.
McNalr. Ashland; G. V. Myhrs. Jr.. city;
W. H. Dutcher. H. C. Fisher. New York:
W. J. Potter, Milwaukee, Wis.; C. TInsley.
Spokane: H. S. Monroe. Denver: J. O. G.
Posey. Los Angeles: C. H. Croty. Spokane; S.
Halght New York; S. H. Jenkins. Chicago;
E. B. Lyon. Minneapolis: J. H. McNary. Sa
lem: W. A. Williams. Chicago: C. 31. Red
fleld. Redmond: J. Campbell and wife. Seat
tle; C. H- Spencer and wife; W. 31. Meek.
Denver; H. Karm. San Francisco; G. a
Fleury. New York; E. P. Jamison. A. B. C
Dennlston. Seattle; F. C. Follctt, Hastings;
J. T. Bradley. St.PauI. e
The Oregon L. C Ross, New York: E B.
Dillon. St. Joseph, Mo.: J. M. Burne and
wife. Los Angeles: J. Frledhelm. Chicago;
Robert J. McKinney. New York; L. N. Rich
ards and wife. Misg Richards. Fort Fair
field. Me.; Le, Roy Bedes. San Francisco:
H. B. Carmody. Homer E. Gleason. Seattle;
Loo Hlmmelstern. San Francisco: K.
O'Loone. W. A, Day. Seattle; R. A. Kuner;
J. M. Blake. Coos Bay. Wash.; C. W. Levis.
Bradley. III.: J. R. Molera. San Francisco;
J. M. Engle. wife and son. Oakland. CaL;
L. L. Yount, Baker City. Or.: Thomas L.
Lillts. St. Joseph. Mo.: J. Y. Cleary. Cape
Horn; Mr. Jacobson and wife, city:' E. E.
Dlldlne. St. Paul. Minn.; J. F. Blakemore,
M. Ellas. Seattle; F. E. Dunn. Eugene. Or.;
R. M. Prfngle and wife. St. Louis. Mo.: A.
W. Slegelst. T. E. Vrooman. Hlllsboro. Or.;
T. J. Kolman, Milwaukee. Wis.
Thn rerklns-Fred Kiddle. Island City:
W. S. Byrns, Pendleton; A. M. Slocum and
wife. Heppner; G. Wade. Olex: L. H. Leleh.
Vancouver: G. Swipes. Tfte Dalles; H. T. Me
Clallen. Roseburg; G. Day, San Francisco:
W. S. Lysone, Kelso; A. Bennett. Irrlgon; W.
H: Burghardt. O. Yonsen. J. W- Welch. Sa
lem; C. A. Elliott. Tacoma; H. W. Bassett.
C. F. Nevlns, Seattle; W. T. Flesker, Salem;
M. Klntelle. Pomeroy; J. W. Cole. Oregon
City; H. Erwln and wife. E. S. Black. L.
Judd, Payette: J. Carson. G. A. Graham. S.
J. Conner. Seattle; F. Richardson. San Fran
cisco; O. -M. Latimer. W. R. Sadderly. Lewli--ton;
J. C Wilson and wife. Mrs. R. H. Ja
cobs. W. W. McGllvary. Spokane; J. Swipes,
N. D. Allen. W. B. Kurtz. The Dalles; L.
M. Joyner and wife, Odessa: Mrs. F. H.
Bryan. Newburg; F. Burden. A. L. Brady.
St. Paul: S. M. Gallagher and wife, Astoria;
W. T. Mattock. Heppner: C. D. Huffman.
La. Grande: F. Frazer, Pendleton: D. C. Page.
W. Oakley. Welser; F. Harold. Starbuck;
J. I Anderson. Seattle: C. Boardman, Kent;
K. S. Collins. Ostrander; J. A. Byrely, Castle
Rock: C. S. McClellan. South Bend.
The Imperial D. Lyon. St. Louis; W. L.
Robb. C. J. Wright aifd wife. F. J. Carney,
Astoriaj A. T. Van de Vanter. Seattle; Dan
Currie Everett; J. J. Cohn. San Francisco:
William de Haven, McMInnville; William
E. Pike. Myrtle Point: V. E. Porter. Marble
Rock; Mrs. Richard C. Lee. Astoria: Mrs.
A. T. Blackaby. Sllverton; B. A. Hunsaker.
Mrytle Creek; L. A. Baker, A. E. Baker.
La Grande; George Wright. Tacoma: P.
Smith, and wife. Vancouver; Mrs. W. E.
Schlmpff, Astoria: J. B. Hill. Kelso; B. Dor
rls. city: C. A. Foster and wife. The Dalles:
C. Smith and wife. Hood River; Mrs. L. Z.
Mcintosh. Eugene: W. Tyler Smith. Sheri
dan; T. A. Ward. New York City: Tom R.
Wilson and wife. Salem; D. L. Rosenfeld.
San Francisco: A. Schultz. city; B. W. Da
vis. Olympla; P. Smith and wife. Vancouver;
Mrs. W. E. Schmlpff. Mr. W. E. SchmlpS.
Astoria: I. B. Hill. Kelso: R. Dorrts. city:
C. A. Foster and wife. The Dalles; C Smith
and wife. Hood River; Mrs. L. Z. Mcintosh,
Eugene: W. Tyler Smith. Sheridan; T. A.
Ward. New York; Tom R. Wilson and wife.
Salem: D. L. Rosenfeld. San Francisco: A.
C. Shultr. city; B. W. Davis. Olympla: Clay
ton Macomber, Providence; S. W. Mackenzie,
The St. Charle C. Boardman. F. Yunker.
M. Yunker. J. Schwartz and wife, F. W.
Hunter. O. Vanblaricum. A. Howard and wife.
S. Ostenson. L. Evans, J. N. Rice, C. D.
Huffman: T. Nulter. Vancouver; F. G.
Vaughan, Eugene: Mrs. G. Dickie. Miss Ida
Bushvllle: H. Babler. Logan: F. H. YantL
Fossil; J. Emmett. McMInnville; J. W. Rice.
Clatskanle; A. Aufreene. Salem: S. T. Crow.
Forest Grove; B. L. Barry. Butler; F. L.
Clark, Goble: R. W. Douglas, H. B. -Shields.
R, W. Shields, city; C. T. Ferry. Estacada; M.
A. Mock. Tacoma: L. E, Logan: D. L.. Smit.
Gallce; F. J. Barlow. Belllngham: C C.
Milne. Forest Grove: H- A. Lytle. Cornelius;
G. C. Bates. Troutdale; J. Caraon. Cripple
Creek; C. EX McFarlane. Kalama; L. R,
Grafe. H. Patterson. Newberg: T. Rees, South
Bend: C Townes. Menton: C. Thrasher and
son. Corvallla: R. P. Goln. Waldport; E. Black.
Goble; O. KJorvstad. C. KJorvstad. Grand
Forks: F. George. Clatskanle; A. Sanborn.
Salem: A, J. Shepherd. D. Fendan. Steven
son: J. C. Garner and wife. The Dalles; B. L.
Barry, Butler: W. C. Ward. Viola; D. L.
Smltt. Gallce; F.- J. Barlow, Belllngham; W.
C. Carlisle, Gallce.
Hotel Donnelly. Tacoma Washis-rtos.
European plan. Hates. 75 cents to $3.39
pr day. Free 'bus.
Thousands whom It teas -cured vouch fr
the value of Hood's Sarsaparilla as a cur