THE MORNING OREGONIAX, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1909. BUYING IS RESUMED' Potato Shipping Business Again Under Way. MANY CARS MOVING SOUTH Bayers Afraid of a Inaction In the San Francisco Market Shipping Wheat by HH to Mexico. Active Produce Trade. With the reorenIr.it of rail trafrie to Cali fornia, potato buying In this elate was re sumed ye.terday afternoon. The movement may not become active, however, as there 1. some fear that the shlppplng business may be overdone temporarily. Buyers have paid from $1,232 to 1.35 for choice atock. but are not inclined to go over this figure until there Is a further elevation of values In San Francisco. Private wires jeeterday quoted that market easier under the presesure. of offerings of Oregon stock. The Interruption of traffic by the wash outs may give an opportunity to work off some of the supply at San Francisco, but as there were 30 cars this elde of the elide -terday. these are likely to reach the South ern market about the same time and may prevent any recovery in prices for a while. The onion .hipping business, with Califor nia has also been affected by the railroad trouble, but the arm position of the growers has kept price, up. BAIL SHIPMENTS TO MEXICO. Wheat Will Go From This City by Way of El rao. ' A shipment of 10.CM burtifls of wheat will bs made by rail from th:s city to Mexico rla El Paso. This is In the nature of a trial shipment and If It work, out satisfac torily more will go the same way. Grain men of El Paso, who have heretofore had control of the Mexican business, are putting up a fight to retain the trade and may pre vent further water shipments from being mads from this port. The local market was moderately active yesterday at very Arm prices. Bluesteni was quoted up to $1.11 and sales of fancy lots are reported at higher figure.. Oats were strong, but lower prices were offered for barlejl Ths Merchsnts Exchange reports foreign wheat shipments for the week as follows: Argentine shipments. B.112.0O0 bushels; la-t week. 4.4&O.00O bushe's: lust year. 4,704.000 bushels. Australia. 1.00.uu0 bushels: last week. 3.040.000 bushels; lat year. 720,uh bushels. India shipments. Sooo busheto; last week, none; last year, none. Bid and asked prices were posted at the Board of Trade as follows: WHEAT. Bid. ..$ . . . 1 w Asked. $ .! IA'2 February March OATS. February March 1.67Vi 1.70 1.70 1.11 BARLEY. February 13H 1.4114 jdarcn 1.40 1.42 .. Y '-mil ' ... ren.irtpd b V the Mer- v ....... -- chants Exchange as fo i.,,: Jan. 30-31 . . . 4.1 17 .. 1 4 18 10 1 in .. ' .. 114 3S 6 64 Feb. 1 .. F-b. 2 Feb. 3 lii 13 Feb. 4 22 Total last week 6' SLACK IXtlVIRY FOR HOPS. In Spits of Slow Bnlnes' Growers Are Firm Holders. There Is very little Inquiry for hops low. This Is not unusual at this time of year, but thero Is a prospect of a better movement later In the month. Notwithstanding the dull condition of ths market, holders maintain a Arm position. Of operations la New York State the Water Tllle Times of January 29 says: This has beea the busiest week of the sea son In the local hop market, over 3fC bales having changed hands during the ln few oays. The hops sold are not choice, but evi dently answer the purposes for which they are bought, at any rate they are meeting with a ready sale where early In the season they attracted ni attention whatever. The prices paid for these bops are 10. 104 and 11 cent. It cannot be denied that there is a good, healthy demand for hops and it is necessary to cover considerable territory before the re quired amount of hops can be picked up, and this difficulty Is dally decreasing. rOTT-TRY BELLS AT BETTER TRICES. Sound Inquires for Eggs, but Does Not Offer Enough. With the hens getting ready to lav again, receipts of poultry from the country are diminishing, and under a good demand prices are becoming stiffer. Hens sold at 13Vj14 cents yesterday, and half a cent more was paid for fancy coops. Droll er, brought as high a. 20 cents and 21 cents was quoted on the best ducks. There was a good movement In egg. and ths market was about steady. Ths general quotation was 40 cents, with a few houses holding at 421, cents. There was soma Inquiry from the Sound, tut lower prices sen offered, and no business re sulted. Thers were no changes In butter or cheese. "Both lines were active. Fresh Produce Is Scarce, X few ears of California produce that were on this aide of the railroad ob struction came In yesterday. They con tained celery, cabbage and oranges. Aside from these articles and some caul'flower, the market Is very poorly supplied with southern produce. Apples are the most plentiful article In the fruit line, and move fairly well. Ths street Is almost bare of sweet potatoes. Bank Clearings. Clearings of the Northwestern cities yes terday rre ss follows. Clearings Ftclanees. Portland Seattle -Tacoma Spokane $ nr.7 :tJn $ ti. r.71 1..-.-H.77I so:t 7.12 7IHI.4H7 4'-r.31 l.l'.'i.MUO 132.4U7 PORTLAND MARKETS. Groceries. Dried Fruits. Etc. DRIED FRVITS Apples. Hc per lb.; peaches. 7Wttc: prunes. Italians. 34yu4o: vrunes. French. 4ij6c; currants, unwashed, cases. Slic: currants, washed, cases. 10c; figs, white fancy, io-lb. boxea, 8'ac; dates. 7W S7V.C- CuFFEE Mocha. 24 J23c; Java, ordinary. I7g20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18320c; good, loeiSc; ordinary. 12oli)c per pound. SALMON Columbia River, t-po-jnd talis. $2 per dozen; 2-pound talis. $2.93; 1-pound fiats $110: Alaska pink. 1-pound tails. u:c: red. I-pound tails. $1.45; sockeye. 1-pound tells. S2 RICE Southern Japan. i.c: head, 60 7CNUTS Walnuts. 12413o per pound by sack; Brazil nuts. 10c; Alberts, 13c; pecans. 7c; almonds. 1314c: chestnuts, Italian. 11c; peanuts, raw. 64ec: pinenuls. loitf 12c: hickory nuts, 10c; cocoauuis. i)c pr dosen. SUGAR Granulated. $5 9.1: extra C. $5 43; golden C. $3 33; fruit and berry sugar. $5 03; plain bag. $3 73: beet granulated. $5 73; cubes (barrel.). tt.Zi; powdered (barrel). $6 20. Terms: On remrttance. within 1 days, deduct ,c per pound; If later than 14 dav. and within 30 days, deduct Kc per pound. Maple sugar. 1.3'iflSc per pound g ALT Granulated. 1S per ton. $1.80 per hale: half ground. 100s. $7.30 per ton; 60s. VfcfANSPmall white. Oc; large white. 5c: Llma.f.V.c; pink. 3c, bayou. 4c; Mex ican red. .51c, Grain. Floor. Feed. Etc, ' BARLEY Producers prices: Feed, 27.50 C "S per ton " , WHEAT-track price.: Bluestem, JLIOO 1.11; clul.. 07c ? tl; red Russian. 0'.Hc. turkey red. 98c-(u 1. k.... FLOUR Patent.. 15 2S per brrel straights. $4.20: export.. 43 90; Valle. J. V-sack graham. J4.60: whole wheat. 4 8o. OATH Producers- prices; No. 1 wnite. $"4 50 i 35 per ton. . MILLSTl'FFS liran. J2flff26.SC P -ton. mW.iar.Ks. shorts. 2i!.u30; chop. -. rolled barT-y. 2a ? SO .,can HAT Timothy. Willamette Valley, m 17 per ton; Eastern Oregon. f''' clover. I12S14; alfalfa. 1416; grain hay. 11215. Vegetables and rrult. FRESH FRUITS Apples. o. Spanish malaga grape. S per barrel, per- si 10 1.33 per Simmons, $11. 2a. . ... POTATOES Huylng price. $1.10'9 13u per hundred; sweet potatoes. 2c per P"n- , TROPICAL FitflTb Ortnge.e navels. $3 62 75 per box; lemons. 3'4; grape fruit. 4:54.73 rmr box: bananas. oSiaisf per pound; pilK-apples. 2.7S(3.-5 per dozen, tangerines. 1 75 per box. UNION'S Oregon, buying price, sz per hUS VCK VEGETABLES Turnips, $1.25 per sack: carrots, 1; parsnips, $1.50; beets. $1.30; horseradish. 10c per pound. VEGET KLilri Articiiokea. 11.25 doz.; cabbage. 3'.i3!4c lb.; cauliflower. $2 per crate: celery. S4.50 por crate; cucumbers. J1.75W2 23 noun: lettuce. 1.24jl i5 per box: parsley. 3uo dozen; peas. 15o lb., radishes. Suo per dozen; spinach. -C per lb.; sprouts. 10c per lb.: .yuash. Zhio per lb.; tomatoes, $1.752.25. Dairy and Country Produce. BUTTER City creamery, extras, 34c; fancy outside creamery, 3234o per 10.; '"EGG&Jregon ranch, 40 3 42HC per dox- '"l'Ol'LTRY Hens, 13'.iffl4c lb.; Spring, large. 13 13i.c; small, lii) 20c: mixed. 13 ti KlV.-c; ducks. 20S21c; geese. 10v; turkeys, "cHKSSE Fancy cream twin.. 15HO180 per lb.; full cream triplet.. 13.i61Gc; full cream. Young America, loft O 17c. VEAL Extra, logioijc per pound; ordi nary. 7⪼ heavy. 6c. PORK Fancy. 38 14c per lb.; largo, $9 syjc ' Provisions. BACON Fancy, 21c por pound: standard. lSc; choice, 17o; English, ISfetflSc; .trips, 13c. DRY SALT CURED Regular short clears, dry .alt. 12c; smoked. 13c; short clear back., heavy, dry suited, 12c: smoked. 13c; Oreuon exports, dry salt, 13c; smoked, 14a H AMS 10 to 13 lbs. 14 he: 1 to 16 lbs.. 14c; IS to 20 lbs., 14c; naras, skinned, 14c; picnics, c; cottage roll. 11c; shoul der 11c; boiled bam. lKla'uSolsc; boiled PkLRI Kettle rendered: Tlsrces. 13 4e; tubs. 13c: 60s. :3c; JfO. 13',c; joa, 14c- 6s. 14Hc; 3s, 14MiC tl"dard pure: Tierces, 121ic; tubs, llc; 09s. 12c; 20s, l";c- 10s 13'ic; lis, llc; 3s. 13c. Com pound": Tierces. 8c; tubs. 84c; 60.. IHc; jos. 8e; 6s, STiC. SMOKED BKEF Beef torgues, each, TOc- dried beef sets. 18o; dried beef out side'.. I; dried beef lnsides. 18c; dried beef knuckles. ISc. PICKLED GOOD3 Barrels: Pigs" feet. $13; regular tripe. $10; honeycomb trips, $12: pigs' totiKues. $10 30. MESS MEATS Beef, specials. $11 per bairel; plate. $14 per barrel: family, $14 per barrel; pork, $21 per barrel; brlskot. $25 per barrel; . P. beef tongues, $20; pig snouts. $12.50; pig earx, $12.50. Oils. COAL OIL Pearl and astral oil, cases, 18c per gallon; water white. Iron barrels, lie'; eocene and extra star, case. 21; head liht oil. cases, oci ,ron baiiels, Ibc: aiaiua, ca 28o. . GASOLINE Union and Red Crown, bar rels. li',c; cases. 22 he; motor, barrels, lty.c; cases.- 23 he: 86 degrees, barrels, 30c; cases. 37hc; engine distillate, barrels, Jc; cases. 16c. LINSEED OIL Raw, barrel lots. S5c: In crises. 71c; boikd. barrel- lots, 67c; In cases. 73c. OIL MEAL Ton lots. $3.. Hons. Wool. Hides. Etc HOPS 10S. 8c per pound; 1907, 3 9 Sc; 1906. llVc. WOOL Eastern Oregon, average best. 10 3 14c per pound, according to shrinkage; Vailev. 13'jlrthc. MollAIR Choice, 20&21C per pound. HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 164jlc pound; d'y kip. No 1, 14 V 15c pound: dry calf skin KhljlSc pound; suited hide., heavy. Inl'oc; light and cow.. .9hc; salted calf skin. KSjlsc pound: green, lc less. FURS No 1 skins: Angora goat. $1 to 1 23; badger. 23j50c; bear, $520; beaver, $8 50'85u; cat, wild. eocl; cougar, por ted head and claws. $:K(jl0; fisher, dark. 7.3111; pale. $190 7; fox, cross. $3 to IS- fox. gray. 8oc to 80c; fox. red. $2.21 to $4- fox. .liver. $35 to $100; iynx. $10f 13; marten, dirk. $stfl2; mink. 73c $4 50; muskral. 10al3c; otter. $7; raccoon. 4jC BOc; sea otter, $1 9 2.50, as to size; skunks. 50fi75c: civet cat. 1015c; wolf, $23; coyote. 70c4($1.10; wolverine, asm, $3a; wolverine, pale. $2250. CASCARA BARK Small lot.. 445o; old In 'carlots. selling at 1&Sc PORTLAND LIVESTOCK MARKET. Prices Current Locally on Cattle. Sheep and Hog.. Testerdays receipts of livestock were the lightest i.f the week and the market was correspondingly quiet- The demand was good for the better grades of stock, and prices for such were firm but a good I art of the recent offerings have been of In ferior grade, which are not so easy to move. Late representative sales were: 23 steers. 997 lbs.. $4: 4 cows. 1000 lbs.. $3: cows and calves. 1U0 lbs.. $3.15: 20 lambs. 73 lbs.. (I30; 29 steers. 1138 lbs., $4.85; 1 cow. 1120 lbs., $4.2j; 7 cows. 1210 lbs.. $3 75; IS steers. I034 lb. . $4.50: 1 bull. lm lbs.. $2 5(1; 13.'i hogs, 222 lbs., $173; 27 cows, loot) lbs, $4.20. In the livestock merket hog values art depressed bv the surplus of low-grade stock, but there is a good demand for good qual ity, prime cattle and sheen ars also in aellve demand. Receipts yesterday were 223 cattle, 6S0 sheep. 158 hog. and 20 horses. The current range of price, was as fol lows: CATTLE Best steers. $rfj5 2.V. medium, $ 4.23 'h 4 .hi; common. $3 50414: cows, best, $4; medium. $3.251 3 75; calves. $4Si . SHEKP Best wethers, $5.253.30; mixed sheep. S3 5ui5.2S; ewes, $4 30 u 4 73; lambs. $3. 50? 3. 75. HOGS llest. $7; medium. $6.2538.73. Eastern Livestock Prices. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. 5. Cattle Tie- reipts. 2"J0; market, steady. market, steady. Native steers. $45 fu i 0; najive cows and heifers, $2.2-5 5.75: stoi-kers and feeders, $3. 40ft 5.50; bulls. $3.23 ff 4.73; calves. $3.50 9 0.50; West ern steers. $4.5036.25; Western cows, $3 S.oo. Ilogs Receipts, 7000; market, steady to stron g. Hulk of sales. $5. V) u' R.30; heavy. $! :i:tfrt 5U; packers and butchers. $630.45; light. 5.0 '.i J.2U; pigs. $4.50 ft 5.50. Sheep Receipts. 24100;- market, steady. Muttons, $4 25 15.23: lambs, $nir7.25; range wethers. $4ii125; fed ewes, $3'u'5. SOUTH OMAHA, Feb. 6. Cattle Re ceipts. tu0: mark'-t, active, 10rjyi,-c higher. Native steers, $4.25 u 6.25 ; cows and heifers, $3 a 5; Western steers, $3.255.50; Texas steers. $'tj3.10: range coas and heifers, $2 75 54 75; stockers and feeders. $305.25; dives. $.in-7. Hogs Receipts. 3O00; market, 10c higher. Heavy. f't 2f'g 6.35; mixed. $ij 100.20: light. $! 6.25; pigs. $4.S0'o 5.30; bulk of sales. t'y(ti 6.25. ,heei Receipts. 1000; market, steady. Yearllng-i. $66 00; wethers. 34. 70fcio.lt): ewes. $4ff4.75: lambs. $6 Soft 7 40. CHICAGO, Feb. 5. Cattle Receipts, esti mate.!, I.'-oO; -market, stea.'y. Iloeves. $4.10 4r6 i; T-xas steers. $4.2-tiS: Western ste.'rs, $:l.9ofif.5o; tf..-kers and feeders. $4-2i:5: cows and heifers, $l.&Oij3.5u; calves. $5.5tJ ''Hogs Receipts-, esttmsted. 24.00A; market, stea.1v shade hseher: liKht. $5. 851 -35 ; mixed. $r-i6.52'-: heavy. $fii6.Sn; rcruch. $H..9 6 2'l; good to chol -e heavy, ii 20fi6 571, ; p.gs. $4.7,V(i5.73; bulk of sales. $6 25JJ6.40. .heep Heceipte. estimated, 5"": market, weal:. Nntlve. $3.25'"3.r,0; Western. $3,251? 5.6-,: yearlings, t $.1.9 n7: lambs, native, $3.5o 417.65; Western'. $5.5o7.15. Eastern Mining Stocks. BOSTON. Feb. 3 Closing quotations: Adventure . .$ 8.75 LYIohawh 63 Allouez 40.50 Mont C C. . Amalgamated 73. 12 hl Nevada ft Aris 'om. 34.30 !oid Dominion 51 Atlantic .... 15.25 lOsceola '. 13 Butte Coal... 24 00 jParrot t27 Cal a: Ariz. . .105.00 shannon IS Cat Hecla.030.oo Tamarack ... M Centennial .. 32.50 ITrinitv 13 Copper Range 74 00 irnlted Copper 13 Ia!v west... 9.50 t: 8 Mining... 41 Franklin 16 37 Si Utah 40 C.ranby 100 00 Victoria ..... 4 Greene Can.. 10 50 Iwlnona 5 Isle Rovale.. 21 T h Wolverine ...145 Vass Mining. 3 00 North Butte.. 74 Michigan ... 10.73 I 00 20 12h 50 01) 50 OO 50 73 50 75 00 .75 NEW YORK. Feb. 0. Closing quotations: Alb (Little Chief 10 Hrunswlrk Con. Com Tun stock. do bonds C & Va TTorn Silver. . . . Lead villa Con.. 3 i Mexican 73 27 1 mtario 400 19 Ophtr 143 62 (standard 155 70 Yellow Jacket... 63 si. PRESSURE TO SELL Responsible for Increased Ac . tivity in Stock Market. DECLINES IN BOND LIST Among Unfavorable Factors of Day Are Rumors of Harriman's 111 llcalth Anti-Japanese Agita tion Not Liked on Exchange. NEW YORK, Feb. B. Short periods of animation In the dealings In stocks today brought the total sale, to something above the recent average. The stirring of activity was caused by one or two occurences to which an unfavorable Interpretation was given from the standpoint of holders of se curities. The character of the market, however, was not radically changed from the neglected stats that has prevailed all week. Apparently the professional element had stretched their resources to ths limit on the buying side of the market and, finding no following to help them, turned to the selling side for a turn. To expedite the downward movement they professed ap prehension over ths news of the projected vacation by E. H. Harrlman, accompanied by the intimations of an attack of rheuma tism. So much has been made as a specu lative force of Mr. Harriman's supposed plans and projected activities that any serious deterioration In his health would be a serious consequence to the existing fabric of market values. The slight effect produced by today's rumors seems to be re assuring, therefore, as to the physical con dition of the Union Pacific system. The weakness of Union Pacific was trans ferred to Denver & Rio Grande causing a reaction In that stock, the recent strength of which has been due to supposition of a part' by Mr. Harrlman In a far-reaching project for recasting the Gould system. Another point of special weaknes. was Reading, in which there had been persistent selling for several days. The stock owe. Its high prices to the confident assumption that the commodities clause of the Hepburn law will be declared Invalid In the test cass brought In the Supreme Court. Recent decisions of tbe Supreme Court have been so far away from speculators' predictions that a feeling of uneasiness has grown up against speculative holdings In Reading. Stress la laid al.o on the necessity of a new agreement this Spring between the anthracite carriers and the miners in their employ over rates of wages, which offer, the possibility of a strike. The keeping alive of the antl-Japanesa agitation in California and the sensational altention given to It are not liked In spec ulative circles, where the possibility of a sudden untoward circumstance Is kept In mind. An Influence was the Initiation of divi dends on Brooklyn Rapid Transit with the declaration of a 1 per cent dividend for the quarter. Brooklyn Transit dividend prospects have been a perennial subject for speculation for over ten years, during which the stock rose at one time as high as 13 without any actual dividend being forth coming. With the taking! of this subject out of the realms of conjecture there is a considerable element in the speculation that will find Itself almost without occupation. The narrow-movement on the announcement Indicated the quieting effect of certainty In contrast to doubt. The known movements of money for the week show pretty even offsets between the receipts by express from the Interior and the subtreasury operations and the with drawal of gold for export. The final with drawals of trust companies on Monday to meet the February 1 reserve requirements may remain to be reflected in the bank statement. Tho money -market maintained Its firmer tone. Reports were current of furthsv large bond Issues in prospect. The amount of absorption In the bond market in the last few weeks is by no means adequately measured by the amount of new Issues sub scribed to during that time, or by the volume of sales at the stock exchange, as large amounts left over In the hands of underwriters of older Issues hava been di gested during ths same period. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par value, $7,844,000. United States 2s regis tered declined i4. the coupons H and the 4s registered H per cent on call. CLOSIN GSTOCK QUOTATIONS. Closing Sales. High. Low. Bid. Amal Copper 21.200 75V4 74S4 74 Am Car & Foun. 7,400 51 6OV4. ,WS do preferred ... zOO 111 110 llo4 Am Cotton Oil.. 4k) 62 61 h 61 'A Am Hd & Lt pf. 800 40 40 40 Am Ice Securl . . "'n Am Linseed Oil.. WO 15 14'4 J4- Am Locomotive... 800 6t 634 Co Am ErnllTRet: ' 6.806 Mi 84 85 do preferred ... 1.000 1U2? 102 102 Am ISugar Kef ..... 1 Am Tobacco pf.. 200 01 - Dl 91 Am Woolen 600 8 27 2 Anaconda Min Co. 1.000 454 44j 43 Atchison 1.100 99 8 "O-s do preferred ... loo 101 4 101 ? 101 10 Coast Line... loo I09HV4 109 J09 Bait & Ohio?!.... 1.8O0 108 55 107 10j BrtokPtop'eTran: 68.500 "ii ?1 fanaoian Pacific. 60O 173 173 173 Central Leather... 31 304, 3o' do preferred ... 200 101 lol 1;'1 Central of N J.. Ches & Ohio 40.000 67 64 60 Chicago Gt West. 1,9K) 7 . 7 Chicago & N W.. loo 177 l.TU 1.. C M St Paul.. 3.600 143 144 145 C c C & St L 70 Colo" Fuel & Iron. 200 39 39 S4 Colo & Southern.. 2"l 64 i U3 do 1st preferred. 2o M 82 M Consolidated Gas.. 7,oo0 ll.s 116 11 Corn Products ... 1,500 19 lh?t Pel Hudson ''5,, D&R Grande... 42.O00 48 46 47 do preferred ... 5.XOO ho 84 Wi Distillers' Securt.. 37 3 37 do 1st' preferred. 100 43 45 45 do 2d preferred '"4 General Electric 102 Gt Northern pf... I.o0 141 141 141 Gt Northern fre.. 1,400 71 i)4 70 Illinois Cenernl .. 4"0 141 141 341 InterboTough Met. I, 15j 13 do preferred ... 3.3O0 414 41 41 Int Paper 300 11 11 liy4 do preferred M Int Pump .i ..... s Tows. Central .... 2O0 80 80 so K. C Southern .. 23. WO 43 41 42 do preferred ... 2.200 72 71 .2 Louis A Naehvlllo. . 300 12.1 122-S 123 Minn & St L S"0 65 63 55 M. Pt P 8 8 M. 8"0 142 141 141 Missouri Pacific. 58.M0 73 .3 iS Mo. Kan Texas 27,800 43 42 42 do preferred ... 2"0 75 74 74 NatlorTal Iad ... 77 77 7, N Y Central 2.7o0 127 126 126 N Y. Ont & West. 700 4.S" 47 4. Norfolk & West. &000 92 9. ' North American.. 3O0 81 80 81 Northern Pacific. 4,0.K 1.17 137 137 Pacific Ma-il 3"0 32 82 32 FennVvlv?nT. S.S'O 132 131 131H People's Gas .... 12.HO U'9 107 103 P C C & St L. . 1.4o0 81 90 91 Pressed Steel Car . 5O0 a2 42 42 Pullman Pal Car 200 171 in 170 Ry Steel Soring.. 100 47 4, 46 Sending 79.SJ0 131 129 13.., Republic Steel ... 200 24 24 24 RoPI.Un?dCo"-4:2oO "25 U 23 do preferred ... 13.100 64 3tf 64 Pt L & S F 2 pf. 7O0 89 89 St L Southwestern 2.0 23 23 2.3 do preferred ... 5"0 62 52 62 81o-Pheffield .... 1.000 7. ...1 76 Sitherh Pacific. 12.7"0 118 117 11. do preferred ... 200 121 121 121 Southern Railway. 1.400 25 3 2o do preferred ... 1.400 63 62 62 -i Tenn Copper .... 1.H 39 39 39 Texas & Pacific. S2.1O0 37 85 87 Tol St L & West 300 47 ,4. 4. do preferred ... 2"0 9 W Union Pacifto 4S.3.X. 177 lT5t 17,51 do rrre'erred ... 4.V0 95 95 84 US tTuhbeV .... 3O0 RltJ 31 31 do 1st preferred. 600 10? JOI'A 1J1 U S 'Steel 28.2 62 62 52 do prefsrind ... 8.. 113 11S4 HS4 Utah Copper .... 1.W0 44 43 43 Va-Caro Chemical. 1.700 46 46lJ 45 waba?hr',er."d..::: "400 -an -a a"4 do preferred. ... 7.000 49 47 48 Westinghouse 'Eleo 79 Western Union ... 100 6.8 68 J. Wheel A L Erie.. 900 10 JO 10 Wisconsin Central. 5.800 42 42 Am Tel A Tel.... 800 127 127 127 Total sales for the day. 623.500 shares. BONDS. NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Closing quotations: U. S ref. 2s reg.102 ID & R Q 4s 9S do coupon 102 N Y C G 3s... 93i L" 3s reg. . . .100 'North Pacific 3s. 73 do' coupon. ... 100 North Pacific 4s.lo.( V. S. old 4a reg 110South Pacific 4s. 91 ll-nion Pacific 4s. 102 IWiscon Cent 4s.. 04 Stocks at London. LONDON, Feb. 5. Consols for money. 83 1-10: do for account, 83 13-16. Anaconda ... 9.25 Atchison ....102.23 do pref . . . . 103.75 Bait & Ohio. 110.75 Can Pacific. .177.75 r-h.i & Ohio. 67.00 N. Y. Central. 130.0O Norflk & Wei 93.25 do pref, 9.1. .Ml Ont & West.. 49.00 'Pennsylvania. 07.37 Hand Mine... 8.00 rut rirt west 7. rti1 Reading no. 1 .1 C. M. & S. P.149.O0 Southern Ry. 26.00 De Beer..... 11.50 An nref 6.1.30 D & R G 4M.75 do pref. . . . 8(1.50 Erie 31.37 do 1st pf.. 47.00 do 2d pf . . 36.50 Grand Trunk 18 75 III Central. . .14325 South Pacific. 12.1.50 Union Pacific. 181. 25 do prer..... a.oo U S Steel 53.73 do pref 117.37 Wabash 19.00 do uref Wl.00 L N 1 Qonnlsh 4s.... 94.73 MO K T. '. 4437 ;Amal Copper. 76.75 Money Exchange, Etc. NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Prime mercantile paper, 8 4 per cent. . ., Sterling exchange steady at a decline with actual business In bankers bills at $4.8485(g 4.8505 for 60 days and at $4.84 4.8 4. Bar silver. 52c. Mexican dollars. 44e. Government bonds, weak; railroad bonds, lrrMoneay' on call steady. 2(?2 per cent: ruling rate. 21i per cent; closing bid 1 per cent: offered at 2 per cent. Tlm loans dull and firm: 60 days 2 3 3 per cent; 90 days. 23 per cent; six months, 3 &3 per cent. LONDON, Feb. 5. Bar silver steady. 24d per ounce. Money. 13 per cent. The rate of discount In the open market for short bills Is 2 7-16 per cent; three months- bills, 2 6-16 a 2 per cent. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5. Silver bars. 52c. Mexican dollars. 45o. Drafts, sight, 7c; telegraph. 10c. Sterling, 60 days, $4.Si; sight, $4.87. Daily Treasury Statement, WASHINGTON. Feb. 5. Today's state ment of the treasury balances in the gen eral fund exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold reserve shows: Available cash, balance $150,999,493 Gold com and bullion A-A'SIn Gold certificates 24.6.8,540 SAY THERE IS NO MARKET SEATTLE 3IIX.L.ERS WITHDRAW WHEAT QUOTATIONS. Declare Prices Recently Paid Are Fictitious Apple Market Firm er Eggs Sell Better. SEATTLE, Wash.. Fob. 5. (Special.) All milling wheat quotations have been withdrawn by Seattle millers. The millers claim there Is no market and that the prices recently paid are fictitious and that millers are not Justified In paying tho quo tations asked by growers. The apple market Is very firm In spite of heavier receipts of fruit from Eastern Washington and the Increasing demand for oranges. Many varieties that have hereto fore been weak are stiffening. Local egg receipts were heavy enough todav to meet all requirements. This la tho 'first time In a year that tho local supply has been adequate. The demand for egg. Is much Improved, although prices are not changed. Eastern stocks are cleaned up and there axo only a few scattering lots of Oregon and California egg. offering. QUOTATIONS AT BAN FRANCISCO. Prices) Paid for Frodnre In tho Bar City Markets. SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 5. The follow ing prices were quoted In ths produce mar ket today: Onions $2ff2.40. MlUstufts Bran. $28.5030; middlings. $33. 60S 35.50. Vegetables Garlic, 8 5 9c: green peas, 510c; string beans, logilSo; asparagus, 12f&'20c; tomatoes, Sl,'ol.75. Butter Fancy creamery, 34c; creamery seconds, 32 c; fancy dairy, 2Sc; pickled, nominal. (jheese New, 1213c; Young Amer ica. 1616c; Eastern. 17c. Eggs Store, 42c; fancy ranch, 43c; East ern, nominal. Poultry Roosters, old. $45: young, J7 9; broilers small. $4S5; broilers, large, $56: fryers, $0Sj7; hens, $59; ducks, old. $4&5; young. $6(3S. Wool Spring. Humboldt and Mendocino, 1619c; Mountain. 5&8c; Nevada. 94fl4c. Hay Wheat. $1923; wheat and oats, $184122; alfalfa. sir.SlS; stock, $12 16; straw, per bale, 5085c. Potatoes Early Rose, nominal; Oregon Burbanks. $1.754i2; BWects, $1.301.75. Fruita Apples, choice, $1 .40; common 60c; bananas, 75c(&$2.50; limes, $45; lemons, choice, $3; common, $1; oranges, $1.60Sf3; pineapples. $1.50S2.50. Receipts Flour. 6162 sack.; -wheat, 885 oentals: barley, 3200 centals; oats, 450 cen tals; beans, 425 sacks: corn, 50 centals; po tatoes, 10,780 sacks; bran. 100 sacks; hay, 670 tons; wool, 2 bales; hides. 2205. V- Bank Clearing. NEW YORK. Feb. 6. BradstreePs Bank Clearings Report for the week ended Feb ruary 4 shows an aggregate of $3,212. 6i8 000. as against $2,809,760,000 last week and $2,858,826,000 In the corresponding week last year. Tho following Is a list Ol Ufl ckie. do coupon. . . .128 Atchison adj 4s. U5 Per Cent Increase. $2,034,443,000 48.7 , 27 1.02.. '00 23!) 17 2, 220, OltO 2S.7 139,255.000 10.8 05.711 000 9.0 42.103,000 5.8 34.450.O0U 6.8 , 41.042.000 80.il 21.161,000 21.0 27.40ti.0oo 15.5 14.4OU.00O 26 5 21.r.77,000 S.2 1S.077.UOO 2S.8 , J2,t5s,00 7.2 ...... 15. -170. 000 27.8 12.4S5,oon 48.3 11.742.U00 11.2 11.7:iil..HXI T5.0 S 0O9.0.M) 23.9 g 2i:!.0o0 4.S 7. 907.000 1S2 , 8.455,000 14.4 , 7,HO4,O0 10.8 13..'S,100 83.9 7.492.O00 15 5.743.000 J6.3 4.8W0.0OO 8.1 ...... 7. 923, 01 K) 2S.1 C... 6.10S.0OO 17.8 7.143.000 49.8 , 4, 910.OOO 22.9 ...... 0,403,000 7.2 6.416.0O0 19.2 6,265,000 88.5 , 6.479.0.M) 9.6 4,812.000 85.8 5.297,000 33.9 3.378.000 3.0 3.075.00O 3.3 4.4OS.0OO 12.2 3.S4C.0O0 63.2 2.638,000 8 5 2.815.000 4 0 2.009.000 23.3 8.179,000 34.1 l,l6.00.) 14 9 2.120,000 4.2 2.153. OOO S4 . . 2.230,000 9.4 i 2.045.OOO 4.8 28.755 000 12.7 , 15.388 000 2.T New York ..... Chicago Boston ......... Philadelphia ... rt. Louis Pittsburg San Francisco . . Kansas City .... Baltimore Cincinnati Minneapolis- .... New Orleans ... Cleveland Detroit Louisville Los Angeles . . . Omaha Milwaukee Seattle St. Paul Buffalo Denver . - Indianapolis .... Fort Worth .... Providence ...... Portland. Or. . . Albany Richmond Washington, D. Spokane, Wash. St. Joseph .... Atlanta Memphis ...... Tacoma . .... ... . Savannah ...... Toledo. O. Nashville ...... Rochester Hartford Des Moines . . . Peoria Norfolk New Haven ... Grand Rapids . Birmingham ... Syracuse C.....V (Mttf . . . . Springfield, Mass. Houston Galveston . . . Decrease. Dried Fruit at New York. NEW YORK. Feb. 3. The market for evaporated apples ruled quiet with fancy quoted at 89c: choice, 77c; prime, 67c; common to fair, 6Gc. Prunes are quiet with quotations- ranging from 4 to 7c for the new-crop Cali fornia fruit up to 40-SOs, while Oregon, are quoted at 69c on sizes ranging from 40-308 to 20-:;os. Apricots are firm with choice quoted at 99c; extra choice, 94l0c; fancy, ii ftjpiac. Peaches are quiet with chotce quoted at 4i7c; extra choice. 7 il 8c; fancy. 8 S 10c , . Raisins continue more or less unsettled with loose muscatels at 45c; choice to fancy seeded, 3ff6c; seedless, 45c; London layers. $1.5001.60. London Wool Sales. LONDON. Feb. 6. The wool auction sales today were continued with offering, of 13.089 bales. There was strong compe tition between home and continental buy ers for merinos at hardening rates. Vic toria scmired realized Is 6d and greasy Is 6d. Crossbreds were firm and suitable par cels were taken for America. The sales will close tomorrow. Hops in London. LIVERPOOL. Feb. 5 Hops In London, Pacific Coast, steady. I2ra 2 16s. Flaxseed at Minneapolis. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 5. Flax closed $1.59. FLOOD OF WHEAT Immense Shipments From Ar gentina and Australia. CHICAGO MARKET IS WEAK General Selling Inspired by the Bearish Statistics! American Ex ports Not as Large as Expected. Corn and Oats Are Steady. CHICAGO. Feb. S. Traders in the wheat pit were confronted at the opening of the session by a wealth of bearish influences, principal among which were tlw statistics relating to the heavy shipments of wheat the last week from Argentina and Aus tralia. Cables were also easy and the move ment in the Northwest was fairly liberal. These Influences had a bearish efTect during the .early part of the day, but were offset to some extent by the continued excellent demand for cash wheat here. Trade was nervous within a narrow range the first half of the day. but the market developed con siderable weakness lata In the session, owing to selling inspired by the poor show ing of the Bradstreet's statement of ex ports from this country for the week. Tho total movement from the United States and Canada was reported at 1.813.000 bushels compared with 4,750,000 bushels this time a year ago. Trie close was easy, with May $1.09; July, 88 o. Mild, wet weather In the corn belt was the chief factor In tho corn market and Induced sufficient buying by shorts to hold prices firm throughout tho entire day. The market closed steady, with prices a shade to lc higher than tho previous close, final quotations on May being 6363o and July 63 c. Oats were quiet and steady, prices fluctuating within a narrow range. At the close prices were unchanged to a shade lower compared with yesterday's final quo tations. May closed at 62o and July at 46c. Although trade In provisions was dull, the market displayed moderate firmness owing to -smaller receipts of live hogs than had been expected. Prices, however, made only slight gains, the net advances at tho close being 2c to 7c. The leading futures ranged as follows: WHEAT. Open. $1.09 9S ... .94 High. $1.10 .98 .95 Low. $1.09 .9S .94 Close. $1.09 .98 .94 May July Sept. May July Sept. May July &ept. CORN. .63 .63 .63 OATS. .62 .46 .39 .63 .63 .63 .63 .63 .63 .63 .63 .63 .61 .46 .39 .61 .46 .38 .62 .46 .39 H. 95 17.05 MESS PORK. May July ..16.93 ..16.87 16.95 17.05 16.92 16.92 LARD. May July ,.. 9.65 9.67 9.65 9.67 .. 9.75 9.80 9.75 9.80 SHORT RIBS. . May July ... 8.87 8.90 8.87 . .. 9.07 9.07 9.05 $.90 9.07 Cash quotations were as follows: Flour Firm. Rye No. 2. 76c. Barley Feed. 6162o; fair to malting, 62(&64c. Flax seed No. 1. $1.51; No. 1 choice North- western, $1.61. Clover Contract grades, $9.20. Pork Mess, rr barrel, $16.8717. Lard Per 100 pounds. $9.60. Short ribs Sides (loose). $8.37 Iff 8.75. Sldos Short, clear (boxed), 8.759. Total clearances wheat and flour were equal to 182.000 bushels. Exports for the week, as shown by Bradstreet's, were equal to 1.813,000 bushels. Primary receipts were 463 000 bushels, compared with 4o0.000 bushels the corresponding day a year ago. Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 13 cars; corn, 216 cars; oats, 100 cars; hogs. 19,000 head. Receipts. Flour, barrels 27,500 Wheat, bushels 19,200 Corn, bushels 197,300 Oats, bushels 146,200 Rye, bushels 4,000 Barley, bushels. .. $3,000 Shipments. 20,500 30.000 323,400 191,600 4.700 $6,800 Grain and Produce at New York. NEW YORK. Feb. 6. Flour Receipts, 11,600 barrels.: exports, 6900 barrels. Steady with fair demand. Winter straights. $4.80 4.90; Kansas City straights.' $4.80 4.90. Wheat Receipts, 6000 bushels; spot Ir regular; No. 2 red, $1.121.12 elevator; No. 2 red. $1.13 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 North ern Duluth. $1.21 f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard Winter, $1.17 f. o. b. afloat. While there was fair steadiness In the early mar ket today on support from the bulls, prices broke sharply after midday under small weekly clearances, a bearish Modern Miller report and closed c to c net lower. May closed $1.12; July. $1.05 1.06, closed $1.05. Hops Steady. Hides Easy. Wool Steady. Petroleum Steady. Grain at San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb- 6. Wheat Firm. Barley Firm. Soot quotations Wheat Shipping, $1.72 1.75; milling. '1Baraie1y Feed. $1.87 1.41 ; brewing, '1Oats Red.' $1.701.80 white, $1.2 1.92; blciir, numinal. BarDectmoTr, $1.17; May. $1.J9 Large yellow. $1-65 1.70. European Grain Slarkets. LONDON, Feb 5. Cargoes, firm; Walla Walla, prompt ' shipment, at 37s 9d; Cali fornia, prompt shipment, 38. 6d. English country markets Brm; French country markets steady. LIVERPOOL. Feb. 5. .Wheat. March. 7s Bd; May. 7 8d; July, 7s 9d- Weather windy. Wheat at Tacoma. TACOMA. Feb. 6. Wheat Milling blue stem, $L10; exports, bluestem, 87c; club, 92c; red, 90c. Metal Markers. NEW YORK. Feb. 6. The London tin market was lower, with spot quoted at 126 2s 6d and futures at 126 7s 6d. Tbe local market was dull, with spot quoted at 27.3727.620. Copper declined to 58 2s 6d for spot and 59 2s 6d for futures in the London mar ket Locally the market was dull and un changed with lake quoted at 13.62 13.72: electrolytic, 13.2313.37c and casting at 13.25c. Lead was lower at 12 18s 4d in the Lon don market. The local market was also lower and dull at 4.05(8 4 10c. .,,,. Spelter declined to 21 3s 6d In London. Locally the market was dull and easier at Yronwas lower at 48s d for Cleveland warrants In tho London market. Locally no change was reported. No. 1 foundry. J17&17.76; No. 2. $16.7217.26; No. 1 Southern and No. 1 Southern soft, $17.25 17.75. Dairy Produce In tbe East. CHICAGO. Feb. 6. Butter Steady; creameries. 22&28c; dairies. 21 (if 25c. Eggs -Weak at mark, cases Included. 20 29c; firsts. 29c; prime firsts. 30c. Cnecse Strong; daisies, 15c; twins. 14c; Young Americas, J6c; long horns, 16c. NEW YORK Feb. 6. Butter Firm and unchanged. Cheese -Firm; state full cream specials, 16-51 16c. Eggs Weak and lower; Western firsts, 81c; seconds, 805j.80c. New York Cotton Market. NEW YORK, Feb. 5. Tho cotton futures market opened steady at a decline of one point on March and closed very steady at a net advance of six to eight points. Spot closed quiet-, five points higher. Middling uplands. 9.83c; middling Gulf, 10.10c. Sales. 4000 bales. CofTeo and Sugar. NEW YORK. Feb. 5. The market for cof fee futures closed net 6 points lower to 10 points higher. Sales were reported of 21, 000 bags. Including March, .156.20c; May. .ZHaZ.llc: June, 6.20c; July, 6.106.15c; October. 5.65c. . Spot steady; Rio No. 7, THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK PORTLAND, OREGON UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY ' CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,000,009.00 OFFICERS J. C. AINSW0ETH, President. E. "W. SCHMEEE. CashieT. E. LEA BAENES, Vice-President. A. M. WEIGHT. Assistant Cashier. W. A. HOLT, Assistant Cashier. DRAFTS ISSUED ON ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES PAYMENTS MADE BY POST TO PARTIES ABROAD WITHOUT COST TO RECIPIENTS Lumbermens National jBaiiJk Capital Corner Second and Stark HIGH-GRADE MUNICIPAL AND IMPROVEMENT BONDJ We have several good issues on hand. Buy direct from contractor and save broker's commission. WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO. 317 BECK BUILDING, P0ETLAND, 0E. 7c; Santos No. 4. 8c; mild dull; Cor dova, 912c. Sugar Raw. weak. Fair refining, 3.14c; centrifugal 96 test. S.64c; molasses sugar. 2.89c; refined quiet. Wool at St. Louts. ST. LOUIS. Feb. 6. Wrool Unchanged; territory and Western mediums. 174j21c; fine mediums, -1517c; fine. 1214c . DISQUALIFIED FOR FOULING English Mall Wins, but Crowds Quinn and Forfeits Victory. OAKLAND, Cal., Feb. 5. English Mall played from 50 to 1 to 25 to 1, won the two-year-old race at Emery ville today, but was disqualified for fouling and placed last. The colt in terfered with Warfare and others and then crowded Judge Quinn to the in side fence, winning from that young ster by a neck. Scoville made a claim of foul. John Millen, owner of English Mail, stood to win thousands of dollars. It was one of the best played "good things" of the season. Fine weather prevailed and the track was rapidly drying out. Results: Futurity course, selling Plausible won, Constania second. Agnolo third; time, 'T'hree and a half furlongs, selling Judge Quinn won. Warfare second, Sainotto 4thlrd; time, 0:44 4-3. . Futurity course, selling Dargin won, Basil second, St Avon third; time, 1:15 4-3. Mile and 20 yards, selling Dollien Dol lars won, Mattie Mack second. Dainty Belle third; time. 1:40 2-5. Futurity course, selling Steel won, Toa Box second. Platoon third: time, 1:15 1-u. Six furlongs, purse Deseomnets won, Yakima Belle second, David Warflcld third; time, 1:17 4-5. LOW GRADE OVER DIVIDE Canadian Northern Will Cross but One Mountain Kange. CHICAGO, Feb. 5. Official details of the plans of the Canadian Northern road to extend its line from Edmonton to the Pacific Coast at Vancouver, are given out. The direction which will be taken by the new line is southwest and the distance as the crow files Is about 460 miles. The company will, however, have to build nearly V50 miles of road. The survey takes the road through British Columbia by way of Yellow Head Pass, down' North Thompson River to a Junction with the Fraser River, thence to New Westminster and on to Vancouver. The Canadian North ern will be the only transcontinental line which will have to cross but one mountain range. The highest elevation reached will be about 3700 feet. All other transcontinental lines have three ranges to cross, and the elevations reached run as high as 8000 feet. Owing to the easy pass which the Canadian Northern has to negotiate, the operating problem will be a com paratively easy one. The company will also have the benefit of cheap coal, ex tensive fields having been purchased in British Columbia. CHICAGO TO REMAIN "WET" Local Option Campaign in Windy City Falls Down. CHICAGO, Feb. 5. Chicago will be a wet town for another year at least. The movement by the "drys" to have the people vote at the April eleccion on the question of excluding saloons from the city under the local option law has fallen down. They started out to obtain the necessary 100.000 peti tioners to place the question on the ballot but got lesst than 50,000. The feature of the movement has been re ported to the no license committee, which has decided to make another effort next year. It has authorized the organization of a committee of 100, each member of which shall pledge to subscribe $20 and obtain 1000" signa tures to the petition. Gomez Has Dropped Arnauto. HAVANA, Feb. 5. The reports which were in circulation here yesterday to the effect that Ricardo Arnauto, former ed itor of El Reeon ren trad o, has been ap pointed chief of the public order service $250,000.00 In the Department of Government were) positively denied today by President Gomez. President Gomez, it is said, yielded to Vice-President Zayas" wishes ami enve tho ofTlop tn Jose T'earte. Bonds Stocks Securities For Sale by T. S. McGrath Lumber Exchange PORTLAND, OR. TRAVELERS' CULDE. . Jiamburg-Jrmencaii. Ltinanu 1 K. l mi.ui k Kais.Aug.Vict. Feb. U Patricia Feb. 20 GrarWaldersoa Feb. 13Amerika ret. 27 t Tn f vr via Azores Madeira and i 1 I (iibraltar S S. HAMKCRO. HFeb. 16, 1i March 23. S S SIOLTKE. Jun. 28, 'liApr. 27. S. S. DEUTSCHLAND, tJFeb. 8. S. S. liatavia, April 13. Calls Azores. JMadelra. flaibraltar. SCalls Madeira. Cadiz. Gibraltar, Malaga. Algiers. Genoa and then continues ORIENT cruise. A limited number of rooms available t0 ""'hAMBURG-AMFRICAN LINE, 160 Powell St.. San Francisco and Local R. R. Agents In Portland. NEW SERVICE TO NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA. t Delightful South Wea Tours for Rest and Pleasure New Zealand, the world's wonderland, w now at Us buat. Geysers. Hot Lakes and other thermal wonders, surpassing tne Yellowstone. The favorite S. 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Younjr, Agent. COOS BAY LINE The steamer BREAKWATER leaves Port land Wednesday, 8. 1 M.. February 10. from Ainswortb dock, for North Bend, Marsh field and Coos Bay points. Freight received till 4 P. M. on day of sailing. Passenger fare, first-class. $10; second-class. 17. In cluding be-th and meals Inquire city ticket office. Third and Washington streets, ox Alnsworth dock. Phone Main 268.