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TOP PRICES ARE PAID
California Buys- Bluestem
Wheat at $1.09 Ship.
ALSO TAKES RED AND CLUB
Oats Sold for Southern Shipment at
an Adtance Barley Is Quoted
Hlphcr tarjre Lots of
( altfomta bnyere wer In the market
trnrg yesterday for wht and oats and
roldera m-ho were In a mood to sell had no
d?fft-olty In dlsnoslrir of their rraln at top
price- A considerable amount of business
wa-a dona for Southern account, ona deal
lnTO?rlB BO.OOO bnahels of wheat and a
la-c. quantity of oata.
Nt only waa biueatero In demand, but
club ard red Russian wheat aold freely. A
aJa of bluestem at l W f o. b. ahlp waa
reported and red Rtrmtan aold at 94 -ent.
Club wheat waa quoted at 84 39" centa.
Tha buying; prloa of oata waa raised to
$34 and feed barley waa sympathetically
atron at 2S. Vp to tha Unit of tha year
waa difficult to interest CaJlfornlana In
Northern itraJn. but they hare at laat been
compelled to coma here for their enippllei
and they muat pay tha price. '
Ejrcer-t for the weakneaa at Chicago, all
tha wheat markets were strong yesterday.
Liverpool Ignored the preceding day'a slump
t Chicago, tha closing price showing a gain
of half a penny, while London cables quoted
cargoes M higher at 37s 3d.
Bid and asked prices wera poatad at tha
Foard of Trade aa followa:
f .Knll r. ... I '
Recelrta In rare were reported by the
Merchants' Exchange aa follows:
Wheat Barley Flour nay
Irt 9 3 11
$n 2". t
Total lat week. 114
fresh rKoncrB HTXATEO A PAT.
Big California Shipment Will Not Be. Hera
The large aliipments of fresh produce for
this market, which were plockaded by
ruFlmiiti on tha railroad, will not arrive
bef.-re Thuida. according to Information
re.cived yest-r.lay. In addition to the 10
of fruit a-id vegetables enumerated
yeter.y. another car of celery haa been
adlct to the list. There waa yery little
produce, except Oregon-grown, on tire street
e,t-rUay. The accumulated orders will
take care of a large j,art of the shipments
on the way.
Two cars of association onions were re
ported sold yesterday at 2 centa to the
grower. A lett -r from a San Franeteco
dalr said: "We have Just bought three
cars of onions In Nevada We think oniona
are now high enough and any further ad
vance will create an unhealthy condition."
Pome potato buying la reported In' the
valley at 11.1S. with most growera holding
txnry stock at II I". Eastern Multnomah
fancy are quoted up to $1 25.
EGO TOICES ARB HARP TO QUOTE.
hmall Lot of California Product Reaches the
L-ennite egg quotations were hard to get
yerterdar. While a few case may have
Veen sold at 00 cents, the general opinion
waa that the actual value waa not orer 43
cents. In view of the fact that all dealera
look for better arrivals from the country
from now on. with the prospect of sup
plies also coming from California. A small
shipment of California eggs was received
In .the forenoon, as well aa a small express
lot of Eastern er. Only about 18 rasea of
Cregon eggs arrived during the day.
The poultry market waa not very active
and lt week's prices ruled.
In spite of aome shading of butter pricea
fry one city creamery, the butter market on
the whole appears steady. No marked In
crease In production la expected for several
LAJtOK IXrTS OF HOI'S SOLD.
Two Blocks Bring 7V4 Centa in the Local
Two large lota of hoas were sold In the
local market yesterday" at 7 hi cents They
were the Twin Wo and Goon iili; lot of 274
a!es. bought by Julius Plncus. of Salem,
and the Clackamas Hop Farm Company's
lot of 257 balea, bought by Klaber. Wolf
Netter. Both were of good quality, espe
cially the latter lot.
Isaac rincua & Sons, of Tacoma. have
been operating heavily in Oregon hope of
late, their purchases In the past week ag
gregating 7.10 balca of prime and choice
quality at 7 to "Vs centa Most of these
wera secured from dealera According to
Harry Flncua. Oie firm can buy to better
advantage from dealera than from growers.
In reporting a number of sales of com
mon to medium New York hops at 10 cents,
the Waterrtlle Times says:
These stocks four weeks ago received na
attention whatever from dealera. bnt now
all this grade of hops are being bought up.
There were also reported the purchase of
two email Iota of choice hope grown In
Augusta, for which the buyer paid 12
centa The general feeling reflected on this
market, therefore. Is that of a firm, active
trading with a growing demand for all
grades of hope.
OREGON ArrLES IX tOSDOX MARKET.
Business Haa Opened I p In Goed Shape
After the Holidays.
W. Pennls Sons write from London
under date of January f as follows:
since our last mail, the opening of busi
ness In the ap;le trade after the Christ
mas and New Year holidas haa been more
eatlafactory. While supplies have not been
heavy, buyers' purchases are going into Im
mediate consumption, and this. in our
opinion, will create a gradual advanoa In
values. As Is invariably the case In Lon
don at this season of the year, the de
mand Is sharp on all red stock. At to-day-a
auction the following prices were le-
Hood River Spite.' nbergs. 10s to lts td
per box; Horn! Kiver Newtowns. Us to lis
per box; Oregon Newtown. Si d to lis
per box: California Newtowne, (a d to bs
Jd per box.
W e are hoping for a ateady Improvement
IOIAT TO CONTRACT HOPS.
Grower Bind Themselvea to I-oee Money
for Term off Years.
MT VERNON. Wash. Jan. 25. (To the
jr,,itr We h pgrowers are somewhat
n.-tcd for doing aome foMlsh or contrary
thinga such aa our stubborn continuance in
a haxardous and unprofitable Industry, while
all other (armeri are getting rich In the
product of the orchard, garden, dairy, hay
and grain: but it caps the climax of folly
to contract to raise bops for a terra of years
at a graduated seal- of . 10 and 11 centa.
at practically less tnan co.t of production,
not re. koflng anything for rent or use of
vs'uaMe land, taxes, etc.
Such contract fr a term of years not
only become personal obligation. If Indeed
they do not become liens ui-oii the land
en which I'. i r.'l""l ' raise the hop., aa
n.uailr specified. Tims the grower ties hlm
s'lr up. and can neither s'll his Isnd nor
t.l-w tip and put It to more prorttabie uMee.
And It should be rrmmlered that there Is
now a ready sle ff-r good lni at high,
round f sure, for other purposes,
Jlr. kuOier, on his return from Washing
ton, where he labored to have the tariff
raised from 11 to 24 cents, was not very
sanguine of success In that regard. But I
waa atruck with hla plea that one pound of
German hops was equal in strength and
value to two pounds of American hops.
Well. 1 don't douht It. for I have seen some
rierman aamples that did not look very at
tractive to me. It la quite like!.- that the
use of imported hops Is somewhat of a fad
or fancy with German brewers, who want to
Jolly their patrons with the idea that their
beverage la made from hoj,a from the
Father.and. They probably keep a few
balea for exhibition rather than use. .Nor do
our brewera appear to use much of the
choicest American hops, for It Is a well
known fact that the cream of the crop la
bought up every year for export to London,
while the English brewera "pass up the
Continentals" to the American trade: and It
appears that In Ciermnny the practice Is re
versed, where thev keep tne choice grades
at home and let the Indlfcrent sorts go to
the export trad", principally to this country.
Cpeaktng of the tariff, we note that the
Importers have Just Had their Inning at
Washington. They want the existing tariff
of 12 cents reduced, and allege that tha
present low prices are on In to over-production,
and thev claim that hopa can be
raised for 8 cents; but all growers of ex
perience know that K cents will scarcely
cover the expense of picking, handling,
draylng and baling. leaving practically
nothing for previous cultivation, training.
praying and other endless labor, nor does
it reckon anything for re-it or use of val
uaole land, nor the taxes, insurance, etc.
ilr Klaber, on reluming from Washing
ton a few weeks hko. advised growers to
hold on to hops In the bale and raise none
the coming season: but they have not held
on. and the rrop haa practically passed out
of growers' hands and it Is to be hoped
Into strong hands, and that those brewers
who. aa reported in the early part of the
arason, "could not be Interested'" even nt
about half the cost of production, will be
made "to sit up and take notice" later on.
at good round prices. We don't mind If
the dealera do make something, if they do
not give our hopa away to the brewer, who
la amply able to. pay a decent price. Hope
ought to be a good Investment at the cur
rent pricea of 5. 8 or 7 cents, for they can
not be grown for much lea than double the
Hops will some day be worth money, but
so far aa the poor grower is concerned, we
are reminded of the old saying. "While the
grasa grows the horse starves," and he prjb
ably had better drop out of an unprofitable
business before the sheriff sells him out.
Clearings of the Northwestern cities yes
terday were aa followa:
Portland I :.mo Ji9.-..::s
tiealtle 1.4J9.S1H S'J.207
Tacoma TJl.f.-S F.0.o.:l
Spokane S4J.065 151.107
Groceries. Dried Fruits. Etc
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 8x0 per lb.;
peaches. TUtlSc: prune. Italians, SiitfeUc;
tnines, French. 4'oc; currant, unwashed,
rasea "kc; currants, wuhed, cases, 10c:
(Its. white fancy, 60-lb. boxes. Kc; dates,
Jii tt 7lit
c. yt EE Mocha. 242Sc; Java, ordinary.
17iL'ic; Costa Itica. fancy. ISO 20c; good.
10 disc; ordinary. 12. ia Hie per pound.
RICE Southern Japan. 4iic; head, 6wiT
SALMON Columbia River, t-pound tails,
$Z per doxen; 2-pound tails. I2.SS: 1-pound
flats. 12 10: Alaska pink, 1-pound talis, ."c:
red. 1-pound talis. $1.4; sockeyea. 1-pound
tails. 'i '
NUTS Walnuts. 12fl-1c per pound by
sack; Kraxil nuts. 1:; Alberts. 15c; pecans.
7c; almonds. 13J14c: chestnuts. ItnlUn.
11c; peanuts, raw. s-fctjtc: pinenuts. 10i
12c; hickory outs, lye; cocoanute, 90c per
SI OAK Granulated. S n.V. extra C. J 43;
golden C. Tj.;:."i; fruit and berry sugar. ." 9j;
plain bag. .'..7J: beet granulated. $37;:
cuvi (barrels!, $6.o3; powdered (barrel).
I l 20. Terms: On remittances within 1J
davs, deduct 14c per pound; If later than 15
days and within 30 dsys. deduct c per
pound, staple sugar. l!WlSc per pound.
SALT Granulated. $13 per ton. SI 90 per
bale; half ground, loos. . $7.50 per ton; ids.
$s per ton.
BEANS Small white, SHc; large white.
4c; Lima, o'se; pink. a-)sc; bayou. 4c;
Mexican red. eTc-
C.raln. Floor. Feed, Etc
BARLEY Producers' pricea: Feed, $!J
per ton: brewing, t-
WHEAT Tract prices: Bluestem. fl.Oi
ff 1.0.1; club, ssti J7r; life. 9c: red Rus
sian. !Mc; 40-fold. 9ic; Valley, 9fic.
KMU'R I'atents. IS.Ji per barrel;
straiKlits. 4.:o; exports. H JD; Valley. i;
t-sack graham. 4.0; whole wheat. J4 Hi.
ti.OS Producers' prices: No. 1 white.
$34 nor ton.
MILI.STl'KFS Bran. 2f.3250 per ton;
mi'ldiings. XXI: ehort. $2otr:lo: chop, $202i;
rolled barley. $2i:ul.
HAY Tlmotliv. Willamette Valley. f1M7
per ton: Eastern Oregon. $171(18;
clover. $li14; alfalfa. IH9 lil gram hay,
Vegetables and rrult.
FRESH FRUITS Apples. SIS'! 75 box;
Spanish malaca grapes. S per barrel; per
simmons, g 1 j
roTATOES Buying price. $11.25 per
hundred; sneet potatoes. 2 tec per pound.
I'lti il'lCA L. Ktil'ITS Oranges, navels. $'J
i3 per box: Japanese. !e per box; lemons.
$:l 4; grspe fruit. (4.2.W4.75 per box; ba
nanas. SttS'c per poun.t ; pineapples. $:.,5
43.:.i per dozen: tangerines, 11.75 per box.
ONION'S Oregon, buying price, $2 per
HOO 1" VEGETABLES Turnips. JI.J5 per
sack: carrols. $1.25: parsnips, $1.75; beets,
$1.7.'.: horseradish. SiilOc per pound.
VEGETABLES Artichokes. I14 1.IS dox :
cabbage. :Vst'C lb.: cauliflower, $2 per
rrate: celerv. $1.60 per crate; cucumbers.
$1.7;T2.2.i box; lettuce. $1.253175 per
box: parsley. - .mc dozen; peas. 20o lb.;
radishes. 3c per dozen: spinach, 2o per
lb.; sprouts. 10c per lb.: squash, JVc por
lb.; tomatoes. $1.752.25.
Dairy and Country Produce,
BI TTER City creamerv. extras. J7e;
fancy outside creamery, 30 36c per lb.;
atore, l(u -c.
jrf;(s Oregon ranch. 4Sc per dozen.
POULTRY -Hens. lSul3'o lb : Spring,
large. lllWfcjlSc: small. Jfi20c; mixed. 12
mlltc: ducks, 18i2e; geese, 10c; turkeys,
CHEESE Fancy cream twins, irHO!6o
per lb.; full cream tripiets. 15loc; full
cream. Toang America, 16V17c.
VEAL Extra. 107l0f,yC per pound; ordi
nary, 7tfc: heavy. 6c.
PORK. Fancy, S UTS Ho per lb.; large, SO
BACON" Fancy. 21c per pound: standard.
lSc; choice, 17c; English. lSyjSlSe; atrlpa,
DRY SALT CURED Regular short clears,
ory salt. 12c; smoked. 13c; short clear
backs, heavy, dry salted, 12c: smoked. 13c:
Oreon exports, dry salt. 13c; smoked. 14c
114.MS 10 to 13 lbs.. 14fec; It to 16 lbs.,
14c; 18 to 20 lbs.. 14c; nania. skinned,
14c; picnics, 9HiC; cottage roll, 11c; shoul
dera. 11c: boiled name, ini,; 201:; boiled
LARP Kettle rendered: Tlsrces. ljtic:
tubs 13"c; 60s. lU's.c; tos. 12c; 10s,
14 Vc; 5s. 14c; 3. lHi- Sta-idard pure:
Tierces. 12tec; tubs. 12,c: t"s, 12c; 20s,
l'Vc- JOs. 13c; 6s, 13-Hc; 2s. lHjo. Cora
pound': Tierocs. Sc; tubs. S!,c; 5os, Vic;
2os. SSc: 6s. s'je.
SMOKED BEEF Beet tongues. each.
TOc- dried beef seta 16c: dried beef out
aidea. 15c; dried beet insldes, 18c; dried
beef knuckles. ISc.
PICKLED GOODS Barrels: Pigs feet.
$13; regular tripe, $10; honeycomb tripe,
$12: pigs tongues. $10.50.
MESS MEATS Beef, specials. $11 per
bairel; plate. $14 per barrel: family. $14
per barrel; pork. $21 per barrel; brisket. $25
per barrel; 8. P. beef ft ngues. $20; pig
snouts. (12.50; pig ears. $i2.t0.
COAL OIL Pearl and astral oil. cases.
lSVaC pT gallon: water while. Iron barrels,
11c; eocene and extra atar. caaea ilVt; head
light oil. cases. 2uc; iron barreia, loo; elalae,
Q VSOLINE Union and Red Crown, bar
rels, li-c; cases, iic; motbr, barrels.
li.c cases. 23VC: Si degrees, barrels.
Joe: cases. !7Hc; engine distillate, barrels,
ac" cases, lie.
LlNEED OIL Raw. barrel lota, tie: In
rases. Gic; boiltd. barrel lots. G4c; in cases.
70c , )
OIL MEAL Ton lota, $3..
Hint. Wool. Hide. Kte.
HOPS 10$. $jjo per pound; 10T. 19
Sc; 190S. 1j1VjC.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, average best. 10
il4c per pound, according to shrinkage;
MOHAIR Choice. 18illc per pound.
drv klD. No 1. 13 d 14c pound: dry calf-
sk n. lijiitr vouuu.
it. t., - w s Kii N i.i. salted calf
skin. lig2c pound; green, lc le-sa
-pi-I-:S No. 1 skins: Angora goat. $1 to
$1 ''.' badger. 25U' M-; bear. $5i20: beaver.
lioisS50; cau Hd. e)cl; cougar, jer-f-ct
head and alaws. $.'tvl0: nshor. dar.
siinii; pisi. i . - - n - -o
fox. gray. oc to 8iV: fox. red. $2 2j
.A I-U. Irn I till,.
IO 14: IOX. suer. " e".
1,-.; marieo. o-,io. . - - '
muskrat. 10 - lSc; otter. $.; raccoon. 4.cO
(Hie; sea otier, ' - - - "
Mir75.-; elet cat. ID'S tic: wolf. $23:
royote. iwvsi.i". . . . . - -
wo'vee;ne. paie. . ..v.
......aUA XX R W Small lots. 4t,ffu1C:
old In cailut. aelliug al 7 is 'a Sc.
GAS DROPS SHARPLY
Nine-Point Break in Consoli
ON PESSIMISTIC REPORT
Chesapeake Jk Ohio and aba.-h Ad
vance on Railroad Deal Kuniors.
IVrelg;n Markets Uneasy
Over Balkan Situation..
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. The special In
fluences that goverened the wide movement
In a handful of stocks today were conflict
ing in their effect on the general list. or.
more properly, bad a neutralizing effect
which aggravated the dullness of the trading.
Dealing were at the point or stagnation be
tween the occasional spuria of moderate ac
tivity. The most Influential movement in its gen
eral effect waa that In Consolidated Gas, In
which a renewal of liquidation waa prompted
by the publication of the annual report and
the pesetmlstlc opinion expressed In official
utterance accompanying it- of the earning
power of the company under the legal restric
tion of the price of gaa to SO centa. The
price of the stock dropped precipitately over
nine points to a lower level than waa touched
in the slump following the decision of the
Supreme Court against the company.
The desire to await the appearance of the
quarterly report of the United States Steel
Corporation was a factor in the later dull
ness. Railroad deal rumors showed vitality and
furnlehed the principal points of strength In
the market. Chesapeake ft Ohio passed Into
the hands of the Interests that but. lately
marketed successfully the control of the Colo
rado Ac Southern and negotiation was made
with the banking house which had taken over
the Pennsylvania holdings of this stock. It
waa Inferred that the Southern line situation
would not be disturbed by the new control,
while assumptions of more liberal policy In
the distribution or profits also helped the ad
vance In the stock. At the same time the
rumor of the coming control of the Wabash
by the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
sprang Into new life and was effective in
lifting the preferred stock and the refunding
bonds of the Wabaeh to a higher level.
Foreign markets are uneasy over the Balkan
situation and there was a balance of sales
over purchases of stocks for London account
in New York.
Bonds were irregular. Total eales, par
value, JS, 043,000. United Statea bonds were
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Low. Rid.
Aiiml Copper lO.wO 7S-H 7ot 75
Am Car & Foun. 7nO 4Uf 46?4 411
do preferred ... 5o 110 llo log
Am Cotton Oil 11."J 6o'4 f.l'i 52!4
Am Hd & Lt pf. 3.4MI 424 41 42
Am I ecurl.... l,2o 22S 22 134
Am Linseed Oil. . 40 1". 4 15 lliit
Am Locomotive... vuo M, fiOVs ot
do preferred IIV4
Am Smelt & Ref. 1.VX) &A 88
do preferred ... lioO .10214 10214 12
Am Siiftar Kef... 400 132(4 131 ft 13214
Am lobacco pf.. - .....
Anaconda alln Co.
do preferred ...
Atl Coast Line...
Halt & Ohio
io preferred . . .
Rrisjk Rap Tinn..
70 47 4iq 4ii
7.7' llnUA K91 KiO
2uo lolii 101 J, . 1"!
8X10 1124 llli 112
lo0 M'i 93
5.0O0 70's !s 7l4
2 K"0 ITS' J72 1
Cintral Leather 2.i0 321 314 31
do preferred ... 400 lu2i 102 lilv
Central of N J 23
Ches & Ohio 6S.30 65 63'i tKtS
Chicago lit West. 3,2i) 7',i ?
Chicago Jt N '.. 2oo 17H 177ia 177i
C, M Ht Paul.. 1.2O0 ISO'S, 14; 14l4
r, c. 1: t si 1 71
Colo Fuel - Iron. 1.2IO 41 41
Colo & Southern.. lo f,T, tWi7 0.rH
do le iireferred. 5-H fc3 Mtj
do 2d preferred. ;i" 1 U o"'i S"V
Consolidated Gas.. 4S.6O0 12ia 117n 110-U
Corn rroducts ... 19,f"0 2"4 15 U7
Icl 4 Hudson 2oO 177 177 17lii.
D R Orande... 2" .17T4 "H ",lt
do preferred ... Joo tM 8U 7'a
IMBtlllers Securl.. 000 3814 SS Ki,
Erie 13.1k") 31 X .loi
do 1st preferred. 6i0 4 4.'.i, 4t',
do 2d preferred. 4o0 3tU 3 3
(lencr-il Electric. liVi
(it Northern pf... 4.1UV) 143:, n::t, UZi
tit Northern Ore.. 1.20
Illinois Central .. 1.4H HS'i 145 145 V
ltilcrborough Met.. 4.in) l.lj 15! lftk,
do pn-ferred ... 2,900 44 43 4:l
Int Paper 11
do preferred 65 'a
Int I'unip !" 3K14 3S 3Sit
Iowa Centra! .. 32 RI54 31
K C Southern ... 2il 424 411 41 ',
do preferred ... l."0 73T 73 73it
Louis Nashville. 4i) 1 122"i 1224
Minn Ht L loo n7'4 Tm'j 67
!, St I" S S M. 1.000 145 1431 144
Missouri Faclnc... l.pj 71 14 BO- 70'4
Mo Kan t Texas 7.7iiO 43 4.1H
do preferred ... 2":0 74, 74, 74',
National I-ad ... 1. '." WV, 7J4 PO
N Y Central 5.2- 13o', 12Sj, 3-"W4
N V. Ont & West. 13.7oi 4HI.J 45 4oa,
Norfolk & West.. 3.40O PHi pnt, Hli
North American.. RoO 824 774 82i
Northern 1'aciflc. . 3,' I404 l:!4 -H
Pacific Mall 1 3". "3 33
frnnsv-Irania T.imo 133 l.!2i 132'4
reot.le's Uas S,o lor.'4 1"4',4 lo.'.
P, C C 4 li.. 2"0 Vlt W
Tressed Sliel Car 4"0 42T 42 420,
rullnun 1'ai car 100 in lii lit
Ity Steel Spring.
it.adliig 21. PoO 137 ISS", l.lrt".
Republic Steel ... 200 254 25' 2T
do preferred ......... et4
Rock Island Co.. PO 24i 244 24"
do preferred ... 6,7"0 624 61 4 tilt;
Pt L Az S F 2 Pf. 100 40 40 34
St L Southwestern 224
do preferred ... 100 62 62ie 62
Ploes-Sheffleld 100 7R1J 74 78U
Southern Paclflc... 17.1e 120-1, 110 1'joi,
do preferred ... 2 121 121 4 121 4
Southern Railway. o"0 2d 25 25'i
do preferred ... "0 2 0214
Tenn Copper 2,i0 44 45a; 45"
Texas & Pacific. 80O 351 84 34
Tol. St L West "0 614 5t4 6o'i
to preferred ... 6"0 70 7 4
Union Pacific ... S8.200 179 1784 178;,
do preferred ... I' M P W
U S RubbeT MO S2 32 SI 4
do 1st preferred. l.OoO I'd. lo2 101
VS Steel 43.7ii0 64 4 634 64
do preferred ... 2.1'H) 1144 1134 114'A
Utah Copper 400 44 4 43 4 44
Va-Caro Chemical. 2.2U) 484 74 47'
do preferred 114
Wabash 3.700 14 1H 18
do preferred ... 25,700 60 44 60
Weetlnghous Eleo 300 82 82 81
Western Union ... 100 684 684
Wheel ; L Krle 11
Wisconsin Central. 1,(J0 40 40 40,
Am Tel i Tel 60O 12 125 I254
Total sales for the day, 640.400 share.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. Closing quotations:
V. 8. ref. 2a reg.l02 4'N T C O 84-.. 34
do coupon 1U2', North Pacific 3a. 74
U. S. 3a reg. . K'0i North Paclflc 48.10314
do coupon. ... 100 'south Pacific 4s. Ml 4
TJ 3 new 4s reg. 1 104 'Union Pacific 4a. 102
do seupon. .. .1204 'Wlscon Cent 4a. 92
Atchison adl 4s. 934Japanese 4a 814
D K Q 4 9S4i
Stork at London.
IjONDON. Jan. 20. Consols for money,
S3 (4; do for account. 83 6-10
Anaconda ... 9.024IN. Y. Central. 183 B
Atchison 101.75 INorflk & Wea 93 50
do pref . . . . 103 50 I do pref 90.00
Bait & Ohio. 114.75 'Ont A West.. 40.00
Can pacific. 177. 50 "Pennsylvania. 68.00
Ches & Ohio. 6525 iHand Mines.. 7.124
Chi Grt West 7 124'Readlng 70 25
" It S P. 131. OO rsouthern Ry.. 26.6"
De Beers 11. 37 41 do pref 64.00
jj k G 39.25 outh Pacific 122.87 4
do pref 87.no Union Paclflc. 183.00
Erie 31.12V4i do pref 99 00
do 1st pf.. 4S.00 1U 8 Steel 65.00
do 2d pf. - 50 ' do pref 416.87 4
Grand Trunk 18.37 4 'Wabash 19.2.1
111 Central... 14S.50 I do pref 60.2fi
I, a N 127.50 TSpanish 4e. . . . 90 75
Mo K & T. .114.25 lAmal Copper. 80.00
Money, Exchange. Etc.
' NEW TORK. Jan. 26. Moaey on call,
easy. -SrlS per cent; ruling rat and of
fered at 1 per cent: closing bid. 14 per
Time loans, fairly active and soft: 60 day.
2i24 per cent; 90 days. 942 per cent:
six month. per rent. Prime mercantile
paper. B4'r4 per cent.
Sterling eachange. steady, with actual bttsi
nvss m bankers" blLs at .8495a4.SS06 for
0-day bills and at $4.8535 for demand. Com
mercial bills. $4.844 M4.
Bar sliver. 62 c.
Mexlcan dollars. 44c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
. LONDON. Jan. 26. Bar silver, steady at
24 Hd per ounce.
Money. 24 per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bills is 2 T-16i-2i. per cent: tor three
months bills, 2 7-160-24 per cent.
Da ly Treaurary Statement.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 26. Today- state
meat of the Treasury balances in the general
fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold re-
Available cash balance M,!5;SS?,-
nia ,w,in and bullion - 19.261, i-it
Gold certificates 80,643,810
Dairy Produce) In the East.
CHICAGO. Jan. 26. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market waa steady.
Creameries. s2Sc: dairies. 214S28C.
Eggs Easy: at mark, cases Included. 26
29c: firsts. 29c; prime firsts, 30c.
Cheese Strong at 146164c.
NEW YORK. Jaan. 28. Butter Steady.
Creameries, thirds to firsts. 2328c.
Cheese Firm, unchanged.
EgBS Unsettled; Western firsts. 29c; sec
onds, 28828 4c
SALE OP 1000 TONS AT HIGHEST
PRICE OF SEASOX.
Two Carloads of Bluestem Bring
$1.07 California Eggs Ite
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jan. 26. (Special.)
A thousand tone of Eastern Washington
oata were aold today on the Merchanta
Exchange at $34.50. Thla is one iof the
largest sale at that price made on this
season' gra'n. Barley waa higher at S23
on the exchange. Bluestem wheat waa
very firm, two carloads being aold at $1.07.
There Is not as much activity in club this
Two hundred and eventy case of Cali
fornia eggs reached here today and sold
at 45 cents. These were about the only
eggs in the market, as local hipmnta
were very light. The railroads have a
car of Eastern In transit and promise t
have them on fhe street at 8 o'clock to
morrow morning. Dealers believe country
shippers are holding egg for better price.
Butter la weak.
Potatoes were dull and weak but no
lower. Onions wens in a little better sup
ply, two cara having ahowed up from
It la rumored, but not confirmed, that
a local packing-house has been sold to an
Eastern firm that ha only a small station
hers at present. f
QUOTATION'S AT BAN FRANCISCO.
Price raid for rroduce In the 6.iy City
BAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 26. The follow
ing prices were quoted in the produce mar
Mlllstuffs Bran, $28.50 30; middlings,
$33 50 85. 50.
Vegetables Garlic, 810c; green peas.
6'&c; Wring beans. lo''(15c; asparagus, 3otf
85c; tomatoes. $1. 2561. 75.
Butter Fancy creamery. 40c; creamery
seconds, 35c; fancy dairy. 28c; pickled, nom
inal. Cheese New, 13 13 4c; Youns America,
154'164c: Eastern, 17c .
Kggs Stoie, 37c; fancy ranch, 39c; East
Poultry Roosters, old. $4'4.o0; young.
$68; broilers, small. $3 50(1,4.50; broilers,
large. $4i?4.50; fryers. $ti'o S; hens, $5'g)6;
dui k i. old, $45; oung, $6(u"8. ,
Wool Spring. Humboldt and Mendocino.
lo19c: Mountain. 4&4c: Nevada, 9tfl4o
Hay Wheat. $10(3.23; wheat and oats.
$1822; alfalfa. $15f18 50; stock. $13&
16: straw, per bale. 50&i 85c.
Potatoes Early Rose, nominal; Oregon
Burbanks. nominal; sweets, $1.25(1.73.
Fruits Apples, choice. $1.25; common,
40c; bananas, 75c(jj $2.60; limes, $4(8 5;
lemons, choice. $3: common, $1; oranges,
navtla. $1.252; pineapples. "1.602.50.
Receipts Flour. 3S62 quarter sacks: wheat
Alio centals: barley, 1820 centals; onts. P'SO
rentals: beans. M0 sacks: potatoes, 81 10 sacks;
bran, 155 sacks: mlddllngf. 400 sacks; hay.
180 tons; wool. 70 bales: hides. 615. t
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK. MARKET.
Prices Current Locally on tattle. Sheep and
The oversupply of cattle continues to da
press the lotal market end if receipts con
tinue large a further lowering of pricea
can be looked for. The market is par
ticularly overloaded with Inferior stock.
There are some low-grade sheep also
coming In. but not enough to affect prices,
and on the whole the sheep market is
firm. Hogs are also In active domand.
Late representative sales at the yards are
here given: 39 steera. average weight 940
pounds, $3. 3a; IS medium steers, average
970 pounds. $4.85; 4 calves, averasre 300
pounds. (0; 1 bull. 140 pounds, $2.50; 1
bull, 1SS5 pounds. $3.60; 18 cows, average
970 pounds. $3.40: 3 cows, avorage 9l5
pounds, $3.75; 747 feeding sheep, average 85
pounds. $3.60: 60 steers. 1024 pounds, $4.85;
127-hogs, average 200 pounds. $7; 8 steers,
average 1210 pounds, $4.50: 7 yearling
calves, average 451 pounds. $3.50; 21 calves,
average 240 pounds. $5; 51 steera, average
1170 pounds. $1.50; 6 steers, average 892
pounds. $4.50; 8 cows, average 1000 pounds.
$3.90; 25 cows, average lotio pounds, $4;
24 cows, average 1000 pounds, $4.26: fill
hogs, average 15 pounds. $7. Reoelpfs
for the day were 330 cattle and 400 hogs.
The current ranga of pricea waa aa fol
lows: CATTLE Best steers. $"; medium, $4.25
0 4 60; cows, best, $4; medium, $S.2b3.75;
SHEEP Best wether. $5. 25315. 60; ml?d
sheep, $5(5.25; ewes, $4.504.76; lambs,
$6. bOiTf a. 75.
HOOS Beet, $77.25; medium, $6.25
Eastern Livestock Markets.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 26. Cattle Re
ceipts. 7000: market strong to lOo higher.
Native steers, $4.50 6.75: native cows and
helfera, .$2'B'5.i5; stockers and feeders, $3.25
(J5 75; bulls. $S.20'3 4 SO; calves $3.50(5f B 50;
Western steers $46 25: do. cows $2.5008.1.
Hogs Receipts 17.000: market ateady:
bulk of sales. $S.R06.3O; heavy, $6.23(9
6 40: packer and butchers, $0(ff6.35; light,
$5.70(&;6.1o: pigs. $415.50.
Sheep Receipts. 7000: market atendy.
Muttons,' $4.75w6.60: lambs. $fl(?7.60; range
wethers. $406.60; fed ewes, $3 3.25.
CHICAGO, Jan. 28. Cattle Receipts,
about 2500i market strong. Beeves, $4.10f
7; Texani, $4.20 (j 4.90; Westerns. $3.63
6.50: cows and heifers, $1.85 6.40; calves,
Hoga Receipts, estimated at 22.000: mar
ket weak; light. $5 60-3 6.80; mixed. $5,854
6.50: heavy. $5.406.55; rough. $5.90ge.05;
good to choice heavy, $ 05(3 C 55; pigs, $4.00
fc3 60: bulk of aaies. $6.05 & 6.40.
Sheep Receipts. about 14.000; market
strong; natives. $3S5i3.75; Western. $3.5
rrf j.75: yearlings. $5.80u7: lambs, natives,
$5.25 'a 7.75; Westerna, !5.257.80.
OMAHA. Jan. 26. Cattle Receipts. S700;
market strong to 10c higher; Western steers,
$3 .'.Oft 3.; Texas steers. $3 5 .10; range
cows and heifers. $2.754.50: cannera, $2'ii
3: stockera and feeders, $2.75ft5.50; calved,
$3 25 (fr 7. 75.
Hogs Recelpta. 11,600: market 6c lower.
Heavy. $.10l& e30: mixed. $5.95fl.l0: light,
$rv854?610; pigs, $4.50j5.5o; bulk of aales,
Pheep Receipts. 5OC0: market steady.
Yearlings. $0.25ffi7: wethers. $5.25560;
ewes, $6 254i 7.15: lambs. $0.75(57. 63.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. The market for
evaporated apples la ateady, but quiet.
Fancy are quoted at 84tt9Hc; choice, 7H
f7c; prime, $47o. and common to fair,
More Inquiry is being sent to the Coast
for prunes, but the spot market is dull
and unsettled, with quotations ranging
from 44c to 7c for new crop California
fruit to 40-&0a and from 40 to 9c . for
Oregon pntnea ranging from 40-60 toi20
Apricots are scarce and firm, with choice
quoted at IH(ilc; extra choice, 9410c,
and fancy, 114 Uc-
reachea remain quiet, with choice at
4S7c; xtra choice, 74 Sc and fancy,
Raialns are a little steadier and packers
do not appear so eager to sell at Inside
prloes. Loose muscatel are quoted at 4ti
5c: choice to fancy seeded at 5 0 6c; seed
less, London layer. $1.601.60.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW TORK, Jan. 26 Cotton Spot
rlofcd quiet. IO points higher. Middling up
lands, 10c; middling gulf, 10.25c. f.'o sales.
i EXPORT DEMAND
Cause of Heavy Selling and
Break in Wheat.
PRIMARY RECEIPTS LARGE
Rains in the Ohio and Mississippi
Valleys One Million Bushels of
Corn Bought by a Short
CHICAGO. Jan. 26. With the exception
of moderate firmness the first few minutes
of the session, the wheat market was bear
lshly inclined all day and weakness be
came pronounced in the final half hour.
The close was weak and only a trifle above
the lowest point with May at $1.06 'i and
July at 96t 90?ic.
Several leading commission houses were
free aellers nearly all day and there waa
also active selling which waa credited to
Northwestern Interests. The ohief reaaona
for the selling pressure were an almost en
tire absence xf export demand, clearances of
only 30.000 bushels of wheat, a considerable
Increase In primary receipt and additional
rains last night In the Ohio and Mississippi
River valleys. The early firmness waa due
mainly to the atrength of European grain
markets. The world's visible supply de
creased 1,900,000 bushels the past week
compared with an Increase of 1.942.000
bushels the corresponding week a year ago.
The feature In the corn market was the
reported purchase of more than 1,000.000
bushels of the May delivery by a leading
commission house which was said to have
been short a long line of corn. The effect
of this buying waa the cause of decided
strength In the market. The price of cash
corn at the sample table wa up c to lc.
The market closed firm with prices
higher with May at 63Vd63c. and July
There was a good general trade In oats
and the market exhibited considerable
atrength. Final quotations were unchanged
to a shade higher compared with the pre
vious close. May closing at 617sc, and July
Provision were weakened by liberal real
izing sales, final quotatlone showing net de
clines of 2H5c to 45 cent. Pork displayed
the greatest weakness. A large part of the
selling was credited to the grain firm that
supported the corn market, although a Mil
waukee packer was said to have sold freely
of -lard and ribs early In the day.
The leading future ranged aa followa:
Open. High. . Low. Close.
July $ .971,4 $ .97i $ -9V4 $
Mav 1.09 U 107V4 1 1.0i
Sept .9! .94H -3j -3i,
July 62. .62?i .2i; .62V4
May 2ti .62 .62W .621,
Sept .62?, .62 .62
July 46, .46V, .461 .454
Mav .524 -o-' .61' .61',
Sept .39 .39 .89 .39 rt
Jan 16.95 17.00 16.85 16.90
May 17.10 17.124 16.974 16.974
July 17.014 17.174 17 00 1L00
Jan 1.624 S 9 5214 624
May 9.724 9.724 9.65 9 674
July V 9.K9 9S5 9.774 9 S
Jan. ...... $.70 8.724 $.70 8.70
May ..8,92 4 8 92 4 8.S2 4 8-85
July 9.024 8.05 8.974 $74
Cash quotation were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $1.071.0S4: No.
$, $1.0201.08: No. 2 red. $1.05 4 1.06 4 .
Corn No. 2, 954695540; No. 2 yellow,
l 6014 c.
Oata No. 2 white. 814(frS2o; No. 8
Rve No. 2. 66c. .
Barley flood feeding, 59c; fair to choice
malting. 60 4(6' 64c. ......
Flax seed No. 1 Northwestern. $1.6SV-
Timothy seed Prime, $3.37 4 (? 3.90.
Clover Contract grades. $9.16.
Fhort ribs Sides (loose), $R 37 4 8 75.
Pork Mess, per barrel. $1717.124-
Lard Per 100 lbs.. $9,534- ,
Sides Short, clear (boxed), $8,874
9 1"' 4
' " Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 25.700 19.900
Wheat, bushel .' 22.300 ,i?-?J
Corn, bushels 411.600 il'-?J
Oats, bushels 317.r,00 -'J$'i"
Rye, bushels 9.000 12.000
Barloy, bushels 191.801) 65,400
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. Flour Receipts.
17.800 barrels; exports. $4,400 barreia
Quiet but steady.
Wheat Receipts, 61.200 bushels. Spot
easy No 2 red. $1.07 4 f 1.08 4 elevator;
No 2 hard. $1 09 4 t. o. b. afloat; No. 1
Northern Duluth. $1,184 t. o. b afloat:
No 2 hard Winter. $1.14 o. b. afloat.
Opening steadier on firm cablea, wheat soon
became weak today, following the lower
outside market, small clearances, and a
poor export demand. Final prices closed
c net loss. May closed $L10; July
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 26. Wheat, firm;
Spot quotations: Wheat Shipping, $1.70S
1.75 per cental; milling. $1.72Vj(?l.T5 per cen
tal. Barley Feed. $1.40S1.43?i per cental;
brewing $1.451.48 per cental.
Oats Red. $1.6242.10 per cental; white,
$1.70ftl.85 per cental; black, $2.25g.60 per
Call board sales: Barley May, $1.40 per
cental asked, $1.39 per cental bid; December,
$1.20 per cental asked, $1.16 per cental bid.
Koropran Grain Markets.
LONDON, Jan. 26. Cargoes, steady. Walla
Walla, prompt shipment, 6d higher at 87 Sd;
do California, 3d to 6d higher at 38s.
English country markets firm. French coun
try markets, steady.
LIVERTPOOL, Jan. 28. Wheat March. 7
84d: May. 7 74d; July, 7 74d. Weather,
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA, Jan. 28. Wheat Milling, blue
stem. $1.05; export, bluestem, 95c; club, 90c;
red. 88c. .
Eastern Mining Stocks.
BOSTON. Jan. 26. Closing quotations:
Adventure ..$8.00 JMontC C . 20.00
Alloue 35.00 Nevada 18.37 4
Amalgamated 78.374 Old Dominion 52.00
Aria Com 85.75 Osceola 120.50
Atlantic .... 15.30 (parrot 28.50
Hutte Coal... 23.874iQulncy 81p2.,
Cat & Ariz. . .110.00 .Shannon 15.12 4
Cal & HecIa.C45.00 Tamarack ... 97.00
Centennial . . 30.00 fTrinlty 16.50
Copper Range 7U.73 lUuited Copper 14.25
Ijaly West... 10.00 !U. S. Mining. 43.5o
pranklln 15.00 )V. S. Oil 2O00
hrtnby ..... W.M - -Utah 43.30
Greene Can.. 11. 00 vh-torla 4.50
Isle Rovale.. 24.00 IWlnona 6.50
Mass Mining. 5 25 iNorth Butte.. T7. 75
Mohawk 63.50 I
NSTW YORK. Jan. 26. Closing quotation 1
Brunswick Con. 3
Com Tun stock. 20
io bonds 18
C C Va 90
Horn Sliver . 70
Leadvllle Con.. S
Little Chief 8
Yellow Jacket... MO
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. There was a de
cline of 8s in the London tin market, with
soot closing at fl26 2s 6d and futures at fl27
17s 6d. The local market was weak and
lower In consequence, spot quoted at 27.624'U1
'copper was lower in Ixirxdon. with spot
quoted at i57 6s 6d and futures at 60 6s 3d.
Locally the market was weak and nominally
unchanged, with Lake quoted at 146'14.25c,
electrolytlo at 13.624Sl16o and casting at
Lead was unchanged at 13 6s 6d In Lon
don and at f. 151l4.2l in the local market.
Speller advanced to 21 Is in London. The
local market, however, was dull and un
changed at 6.10(fi5.15c.
The English iron market was a little lower
at 48s 4iyd for Cleveland warrants. No
change wan reported in the local market. No.
1 foiindrv Northern. $171 17.76; No. 2. $16.75
(h17 26-.S"o. 1 Southern and No. 1 Southern
THE UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,000,000.00
J. 0. AINSW0RTH, President R. W. SCHMEER, Cashier.
R. LEA BARNES, Vice-President
A. M. WRIGHT, AssietaDt Cashier. W. A. HOLT, Assistant Cashier.
DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES
PAYMENTS MADE BY POST TO PARTIES ABROAD
WITHOUT COST TO RECIPIENTS
Corner Second and Stark
AND IMPROVEMENT BONDS
We have several good issues on hand. Buy direct from contractor
and save broker's commission.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO.
317 BECK BUILDING, PORTLAND, OR.
FOREIGN WOOLS MDVEHEST
BUT AIIj, GRADES ARE FIRM IX
Contracts Continue to Be Made for
the Xcw Clip in the
BOSTOX, Jan. :G. Strength and activity
in forelKn wool haa made trading in do
mestic stock In the local markot relatively
unimportant. Foreign cioss-breds have led
the market. There hava been advances In
ail lines. . and In some lnstanoea scoured
wools have been marked up to 6ft cents
for one. but most of the doaiinRS have
bet-n below that mark. Jlalf-blood Mon
tana have advanced, and other territorial
wool la very lirm. .
Contracts continue to be made for tne
nen- clip in advance of the shearinc. The
leading scoured domestic quotations renpa
as follows: .
Texaa Vine, 12 months. SOftHlc; fine, alx
months. 635Sc; line Fail, 4XW60C
California Northern, 62Jj63c; middle
counties. 38i360c; Southern, 4042c; fall
free. 42(g'43c. ,
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple. 6062o;
Eastern clothing, 13 55c; Valley No. 1,
Territory Fine etaple. 626c; fine me
dium etap'le, 60Jc; line clothing. 6S60c;
line medium clothing, E5fr67c: half-blood,
60(g63c; three-?ightha blood, 5356o; one
fourth blood. BOa.'Oc -,- .
Pulled Extra, 6062c; fine, 760c; A.
Wool at St. Iiis.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 26. Wool fnchanred.
Territory and Western mediums, Ta'lo; fine
mediums, 1&S1Tc; fine, 12iS14c.
Coffee and Sugar.
JTBW YORK. Jan. 2B. Cbffee futures
closed ateady. net unchanged to in points
higher. Sale were reported of 48,iV bags,
including February at .SWiG.aOc. March at
6 9fcrc, April at 6c. May at e.Ofi'fr-1. July
at Bo; September at 6. Sic and December at
5 T5c Soot ateady. No. 7 Klo, 7'ft'Hc;
Santos No. 4, 8?iC. Mild, steady. Cordova,
8Vugar Raw, easy. Fair refining. .20c;
centrifugal, 9(1 tew. 8.70c; molasses augar,
2.U0C Kenned, steady.
H. A. SOMMERVILLE DEAD
Native of 1-ane County Taker Off
With Pajralytlo Stroke.
EUGENE, Or Jan. 26. (Special.)
Harvey A. Sommervllle, son of the lata
Joseph Sommervllle, an Oregon pioneer
of liso3, died at his home here Sunday
night. Some live weeks ago he re
ceived a paralytic strolce.
Mr. Sommerville was born on his
father's homestead In Linn County, Oc
tober 31, 1855. and at the time of his
death was survived by one brother,
John, and a sister, Mrs. Marie Powell,
both of Brownsville, and a sister, Mrs.
Emma Carroll, of Harriaburg.
The funeral iUl be held at Harris
burg tomorrow afternoon under the
auspices of the A. F. and A. M. lodge
of Harrisburg, assisted by an escort
from the Ivanhoe Lodge, No. 2, of the
Eugene Knights Templars, of which
deceased had been a member for 25
SALEM FRANCHISE GRANTED
Portland Company Gets Privilege
Over Major's Veto.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 26. (Special.) Over
the Mayor's veto the City Council yes
terday passed the much-discussed fran
chise bill of the Portland Railway,
Lrght & Power Company. The bill haa
been under consideration for over a
year, and was vetoed last week by
Mayor Rodgers because lt did not pro
vide that an adequate amount of the
cost of bridges be borne by the com
pany. The company entered into a supple
mentary agreement with the city to
pay 25 per cent of the cost of the South
Commercial-street bridge, and the fran
chise was passed tonight over the
Mayor's veto and with the latter's ap
proval. Elliot Favors Reciprocity.'
SPOKANE. WaFh.. Jan. 26. "Reciproc
ity with Canada would be a great step
forwsird to the development of the coun
try, on both 6ides of the international
boundary line," stilted President Howard
Elliott of the Northern Pacific here to
day. "In my opinion such a step would
be a great factor in the development of
the entire Northwest.'
RICH INDIAN GIRL DRUNK
Offers $3000 nnd Kiss to Tacoma
Desk Sergeant for Her Ttelensc,
TACOMA, Wash., Jan. 20, May Peono.
an Indian girl, arrested on a charge, of
drunkenness, offered Desk Serjeant Ray
mond $3000 In cash and a kiss if he would
release her from the City Jail. The girl
has V0.O(H in cash in bank end owns vbI
able lands, the property having been Jeft
to her by her father.
Though deeply intoxicated, she was
much mortified by hen- arrest and im
prisonment. She was fined and released
For Sale by
T. S. McGrath
FRAXCIHCO PORTLANI S. S. CO.
direct steamer and daylight sallinKS.
Alnsworth Dock. . Portland, i P. Al.
Jttte City. Jan. 20, Feb. li.
8tMtor. Feb. 6. 1U, etc.
l,ombard St., San Francisco, 11 A. M.
Senator, Jun. 30, Feb. 1.1.
Kon City, Feb. fl, 20. etc.
J. W. Ransom. Dok AKent.
Main 2tiS Alnsworth Dock.
BtK UK, City Ticket ABent. 112 3d St.
phone Main 402. A 1402.
NortJi Pacific 5.3. Cd'x. Steamiil?
Jtoanoitd and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisco and
Los Angeles direct every Thursday
af 8 P.M. Ticket office 132 Third
St., near Alder. Both phones, M,
1314. H. Young, Agent.
COOS BAY LINE
Tha steamer BREAKWATER leaves Port
land every Wednesday at 8 F. 31. from
Alnsworth dock, for North Bead, Marsh
fleld and Coos Bay points. Frlht recelvsd
till 4 P. M. on day of sailing. Passenger
fare, nrst-class, $10; second-class, (7, In.
eluding- berth and meals. Inquire city ticket
office. Third and Washington streets, ot
Alnsworth dock. Phone Mala 268.
Weekly ertilinir Montreal-Quebec t
T,ivrponL Two day on tho maj.tic St.
i-awi-enr and only fmir (Utyn at eta. Writ
fnr Pummr nallin Itmtn an4 bkUtn.
F. K JOMSSOV, 1. A.( 143 Tblrd ttmt,