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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1915)
THE MORXIXG O II EG O XI AN. SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1915.
BIDS ARE ADVANCED
Local Wheat Market Firm at
EARLY GRAIN IS SOUGHT
Offers on Board Are Raised Two to
rive Cents First Barley Sale
in Month Is Posted.
Oats Also Higher.
Thera was a firmer undertone to the local
wheat market yesterday than has been ap
parent for some time past. Bids were raised
all around but no business was accomplished.
Offers for bluestem were advanced 2 cents
to 8 cents, and there was a S-cent lift In all
the rest of the list. Bidding was Inclined
to be spirited, but where there were offers
to sell, the prices asked were out of range.
Only on September forty-fold did the buyers
and sellers get within 3 cents of each other.
The demand Is not yet general, and Is
mainly for account of a few early ships.
Callfornlans have about ceased to ask for
wheat here. Shipments to the South on
past orders are still heavy.
The coarse grains maintain their recent
firmness. One hundred tons of prompt bar
ley sold on the board at $25.50. a price $1.50
higher than was bid on the preceding day.
This was the first barley sale posted since
the last week In June. Oats bids were ad
vanced 5 cents.
Wheat shipments from India and Argen
tina compare as follows:
This wk. Last wk. Last yr.
India 1,344.000 1.40S.00O C!.O00
Argentina 176,000 560.0OO 312,000
, Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
by the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley. Flour. Oats. Hay.
Portland. Friday 28 1 3 14
Year ago 31 1 " 1
Season to date. . 462 33 SO 71 117
Year ago 432 134 168 M 122
Tacoma, Thurs. . 14 2
Year ago 62 2 25
Season to date. . 481 23 .... 20 77
Year ago 328 -48 20 126
Seattle. Thurs.. . 2 6 lO 2 5
Year ago 12 2 10 4 6
Beason to date. . 213 25 201 87 346
Year ago 215 38 216 32 206
ALASKA RED SALMON THIRD SHORT
Season Will Close About August 1 in North
There is confirmation of the report pre
viously printed that the pack of Alaska sal
mon will be very short as compared with
last year. The packing season In that sec
tion is always a short one and It is only
rarely that the Bering Sea packers consider
it safe, on account of the Ice coming from
the North closing the inlets, to operate later
than August 1.
The statistics on canned salmon are usu
ally authentic, because the figures are made
by the United States Government, and not
by any individual or firm. The total pack
of salmon for 1!)14 was 6.570,000 cases. The
total shipments for the fiscal year from
June 30. 1914. to June 30, 1915, were 6,C35,
000 cases, showing clearly that consumption
Is ahead of production, based upon last
year's results. Of this 6,570,000 cases of all
grades of salmon, there was included a total
of Alaska red salmon of 2.172,000 cases.
This was the record pack of Alaska red.
A shortage, as is now Indicated, of 33 1-8
per cent, is accepted by factors who are
deeply interested in the question of pro
duction and distribution as a very serious
situation to face.
So far, it Is quite apparent that the Puget
Sound sockeye pack will be lighter than the
corresponding year, four years ago, which
is always taken as the basis for present
The so-called red salmon, based upon 1914,
Included British Columbia, and. Including
Alaska red. shows a total of the red varie
ties of but little short of 3.000.000 cases.
or nearly 50 per cent of the total pack of
salmon of the world. That there is a short
age of pack to date of Alaska red salmon
no one appears to controvert. This situation
in this particular grade of salmon will be
watched with a good deal of Interest by
SUGAR MARKET 13 30 CENTS LOWER.
Sharp Decline Is Announced by the Local
All grades of refined sugar were reduced
150 cents a hundred yesterday, following
the decline in the Eastern market. As -the
New York market dropped another 30 cents
yesterday, it leaves the Coast market a very
weftk one. The present local Quotation
on cane sugar is X6.6O. A year ago, sugar
was selling In the local market at $5.25.
two years ago at $5.05, three years ago
at $5.85 and four years ago at $5.25.
A mall report from New York says of
the sugar situation:
"The natural accumulation of offers In
cidental to the comparatively small busi
ness of the preceding three weeks was evi
denced by a supply exceeding the demand
of the refiners at this level, with the re
sult that, instead of responding: to the in
creased activity by a greater show of firm
ness, as on previous occasions of similar
character, our market has relapsed into a
state of dullness. There are now rather
free sellers of Cubea for August shipments
at 3.875c, c. f., without finding buyers
Interested thereat. However, the quantity
so far purchased will not by any means
suffice for meeting requirements during the
month of August, which is expected to be
unusually heavy in view of the continued
Inquiries for American granulated from both
the United Kingdom and France
FKUT AND VEGETABLE STOCKS BIG.
Trade Is Quiet In all Lines Peaches Are
Selling at Lower Range.
Front street was well supplied with fruits
nnd vegetables of all descriptions, but the
demand was not as good as It might have
been, for which the weather was blamed.
There were no material changes in prices.
except on peaches, which were somewhat
lower, with 65 cents the top quotation.
Tomatoes continued In heavy supply and
the bulk of the sales of local stock were
at 50 cents. Onions were quoted weaker
at 75 cents. Efforts are still being made
to get $1 for potatoes, but buyers decline
to pay over 00 cents.
Poultry Is In Demand.
There were liberal receipts of poultry
yesterday, but the demand was good. Large
hens sold et 14 cents and ordinary stock
at 13H cents. Springs cleaned up at 17
cents. In dressed meats, the undertone was
Strictly fresh ranch eggs were in demand
and firm, and second-grade eggs were
weak. No change was reported in the
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $1,157,083 1 85.727
Seattle 1.5S6.8M8 1T3..'6
Tacoma 215.110 30.744
Spokane 389,216 36,200
' PORTLAND M A K K. K T QUOTATIONS.
Grain. Flour, Peed, Etc.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session.
When: Bid. Ask.
Bluestem $ .95 $ 1.05
Fortyfold 95 .....
Red fife 90
Red Russian 87
Oats. No. 1 white feed 25.00 26.50
Barley, No. 1 leed 1 24.00 2.1.71
Bran i 24.no 26.00
Shorts 24.00 23.50
August bluestem ............. .9.1 1.04
September bluestem 93 1.02
August fortyfold 95
September fortyfold 95 .OS
September fife ............
August Russian ...........
September Russian ........
August barley ,
August bran ..............
September bran ...........
August shorts ............
23. OO 2rt.u0
24. OO 23.30
FLOUR Patents, $5.70 a barrel; straights.
$5; whole wheat. $5.50; graham. $5.25.
M1LLFEED Spot prices: Bran. $27 per
ton; shorts, $28; rolled barley. $27.5u0
CORN Whole. $37 per ton; cracked. $33
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy. $16017;
Valley timothy. $15; alfalfa. $12.50313.50.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL, FRUITS Oranges. Valencia.
$404.25 per box; lemons, $3.50 4.50 per
box; bananas. 5c per pound; grapefruit.
California. $3.50; pineapples. 64f7o per
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, "Oregon -UP
30c; artichokes, SOc per dozen; tomatoes.
50&75C box; cabbage, llc per pound;
head lettuce. $1 per crate; beans, 2V&24c per
pound : green corn. 20c per dozen.
GREEN FRUITS cantaloupes.
2.25 per crate; apricots, &0c&$l per box;
peaches. 4065c per box; watermelons, 1
41 2c per pound: plums. 50 Sr 75c per box;
new apples. $1.2531. Jo per box: pears, $1.15
2 per box; grapes. $1. &0192.SU per crate.
POTATOES New, 75 & WOc per sack.
ONIONS 75c per sack.
Eralry and Country Prod ace.
Local Jobbing quotations:
EGGS Oregon ranch, buying 'price.-- No.
1. 2324c; No. 2. 20c; No. 3. 16c per dozen.
Jobbing price: No. 1. 26c per dozen.
poultry Hens. 13 v 014c; springs. 17c:
turkeys, 18 20c; ducks, 10312c; geese, 8
BUTTER City creamery cubes, extras.
28c: firsts. 2Cc; seconds. 25c; print, and
cartons, extra; butterfat. No. 1. 2bc: sec
ond grade, 2c less; country creamery cubes.
CHEESE: Oregon triplets. Jobbers buying
price, 13&e per pound f. o. b. dock, Port
land; young Americas, 14o per pound.
VEAL Fancy. 1212VjC per pound.
ppRK Block, 9Vtc per pound.
Loral Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia River 1-pound tails.
$2.30 per dozen; -pound flats. $160;
1-pound flats. $2.50; Alaska pink. 1-potuid
HONEY Choice. $3.Z5 per case.
NUTS Walnuts. 15i24c per pound; Bra
zil nuts. 15c: filberts. 14 W 24c; almonds. IV
&22c; peanuts. o4c; cocoanuts, $1 per dot.;
pecans. ltt20c; chestnuts, 10c
BEANS Small white. 5.70c; large white.
5c; Lima. 5Hc; bayou, 5.0Oc; pinks. 4.90c
COFFEE Roastea. in arums, 3itoW33nc
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $8.60; beet,
I6.40; extra C. $6.10; powdered In barrels,
$6.85; cubes, barrels. $7.
SALT Granulated. $15.50 per ton; half
grounds. 100s, $10.55 per ton; 50s. $11.30 per
ton; dairy. $14 per ton.
RICE Southern head. C406c; broken.
4c per pound; Japan style. 5&5,c
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 8c per pound:
apricots. 13 15c; peaches. 8c; prunes, Ital
ians. 89c; raisins, loose Muscatels, 8c: un
bleached Sultanas, 16c: seeded. 9c; dates.
Persian, 10c per pound; fard. $1.35 per box;
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1913 contracts, 13314c; 1914 crop.
14c: olds, 12-J13C.
HIDES Salted hides. 15V4c; salted kip.
16c; salted calf, 18c; green hides, 14c; green
kip, 16c; green calf, lac: dry hides, 25c; dry
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium, 25 W
28tc; Eastern Oregon, fine, 18it21fec; Val
ley. 26 'til 30c.
MOHAIR New clip. 3031c per pound.
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 4c per
PELTS Dry long-woojed pelts. 15Hc; dry.
short -woolea pelts, lic; dry snearllngs,
each, 103 15c; salted shearlings, each. 159
25c: drv sroat. long hair. each. 17c: dry
goat. shearlingB. each, 10SC0c; salted long-
pooled pelts. May, $le?2 each.
HAMS All sizes, choice. 20c: standard
I8V2C: skinned. 15'dlSc; picnics, 12c; cottage
roll,.16c: boiled, 176 28c.
BACON Fancy. 2S4P30C; standard, 229
23c; choice. 17 M: V 22c.
DRY SALT Short, clear backs. 12H15c:
exports. 13V4(B.15Hc; plates, ll12Vtc
LARD Tierce basis, kettle rendered, 12c;
standard. 11c; compound, Sc.
BARREL GOODS Mess beef, $24; plate
beef. $25; brisket pork, $28.50; tripe. $10.50
t 11.50; tongues. $30.
KEROSENE: Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, loc; special drums or bar
rels. 13Hc; cases, 17H&20MC
GASOLINE: Bulk. 12c; cases, 19c; engine
distillate, drums. 7 Vic; cases, 7 Vic; naphtha,
drums, lie; cases, 18c.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels, 72c; raw.
cases, 77c; boiled, barrels, 74c; boiled, cases,
TURPENTINE In tanks, 61c; In cases,
68c; 10-case lots, lo less.
LAMBS SELLING LOWER
BEST PRICE PAID AT LOCAL YARDS
IS $(1.1 s.
Hog Market Is Also Weak, With $7.10
aa Top Trade Id Cattle Dl-
There was a fair run of livestock at the
yards yesterday, but the -market was In
clined to be weak all around.
The best price obtainable for the lambs
offered was $3.15, a dime under the quota
tion of the opening of the week. Wethers
sold, at ?i and ewes at $1.50.
Light-weight hogs moved at $7.10, the
price that seems to be established for this
class of stock.
Cattle sales were limited, the best steers
Receipts were 221 cattle, 201 hogs and 5U6
sheep. Shippers were:
With cattle Joe Kopp. Pilot Rock, 1 car;
S. S. Fletcher, Pilot Hock, 3 cars: Frank
Kopp, pilot Kock, 1 car: Bond Kanch Com
pany, Meacham. 1 car; E. J. Morrow, Hepp
ner, 1 car; O. C. Stevens, Heppner. 1 car.
With hogs Baker City Packing; Company,
Baker, 1 car: F. B. Ferguson, Amity, 1 car;
C. H. Farmer, McCoy. 1 car.
With mixed loads H. Honne and S. Wann,
Canby. 1 car cattle, hogs and sheep: James
Mace, Redmond. 1 car hogs and sheep.
The day s sales were as follows:
Wt. Price. Wt. Price
221 lambs. 65 JJ8.1.i 2 cows... 12tK 0.25
29 weth'rs 104 5.00 2 cows.... 900 S.Ou
24 enes.. Ill 4.5 2 cows... 12S 4.5U
27 lambs.. 72 5.50 2 cows... 1250 3.00
8 hogs l'.H 7.10 2 cows... Kiuv 4.50
1 hos 140 7.1o 1 heifer. . W50 5.00
2 steers.. 10BO 6.6( it hogs.... 126 6.25
19 steers.. 1310 6.6O1 B8 hogs 25 7.10
1 bull 1.100 4.0 49 hogs 223 7.10
lltag... 1050 5.00, 15 hogs lol 7.10
14 steers.. 1236 6 0o 4 hogs 435 O.lo
1 steer... 1190 0.501 1 buck 130 5.25
6 steers.. StV 4.501 2 cows... 85 4.50
lcow.... 1250 3.50 Scows... 625 5.00
1 cow 1120 3.50 1 trow 950 3.50
2 cows... 1200 4.5UI
Current prices at the local stockyards of
the various classes of livestock are as fol-
Best steers ...
Good steers ...
Choice cows ..
Heavy . ,
, . 6. 25 If 6. 50
. . 6.00 ' 6. 25
. . 6.3S&5.50
. . 4. 7 5 i 8.50
. . 3 50 'pi 5. 00
. . 5.00 6.25
. . 7.00ig7.10
. . 126.96.36.199
. . 4.755.50
. . 3. (mi-Si 4. ..u
. . a.UOSiO.l.l
Omaha Livestock Receipts.
Omaha, Neb., July 30. Hogs Receipts,
10,000: stronger. Heavy, JS.OOj light.
6.757.15; pigs, $5.75 g 7.00; bulk of sales,
Cattle Receipts, 12C0; steady. Native
steers, $7.25&9.75; cows and heifers, $5.75&
7.75: Western steers, $6.50Sr8.25; Texas
steers, $S.0O7.50; cows and heifers, S5.5U47
7.00; calves, $7.00 S 9.75. v
Sheep Receipts. 6700; higher. Yearlings,
$5.7596.75; wethers. $5.25&6.50; lambs,
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. July 30. Hogs Receipts.
20.000; slow, steady to a shade above yes
terday's average. Bulk of sales, $6.25'&6.90;
light. $7.05&7.70; mixed. $6.257.61; heavy.
S.05t$7.00; rough, $6.053 6.20; pigs, $6.50
Cattle Receipts. 1000; steady. Native beef
steers, $8.Z0lo.25: western steers. $6,809
8.15: cows and heifers. $3.253 9.25; calves.
Sheep Receipts. 14,000; steady.
$6.00 6 6.00; lambs, $0.506.85.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, July 30. Butter unchanged.
r.ggs sower, eceipts 12.421 cases; at mark,
cases Included. 14 17c; ordinary firsts, 13
Sfio'Ac; iirsts, I6'i7c
TRADE IS - CAUTIOUS
Speculation in War Stocks Is
RAILWAYS COME TO FRONT
Substantial Advance Scored Vndcr
Lead of Heading Foreign Ex
change Hates on All Centers
Are Lower Bonds Strong.
NEW YORK, July SO. Trading In the
stock market today was characterised by
less extravagant speculation In war issues.
Yesterday's violent reaction caused traders
to proceed more cautiously and the outside
demand fell off. For the most part they
held under the high records made yesterday,
but they did retain the greater part of their
recent large gains. The volume of business
diminished from the exceptional figures of
the two preceding days, amounting to
SO 0,000 shares.
At the opening, efforts to resume the up
ward movement met with temporary suc
cess. On the early rise there were pains of
a points In Bethlehem Steel, 84 la Crucible
Steel, 9 m American Coal Products and 3
or 4 points In Republic Bteel. Aliis-Chalmers,
W'estlnghoune Eiectric and others.
Large offerlnirs were made at the highest
figures and there was a reaction. There
after, the mnrkPt was unsettled, frequently
changing in tone.
As the position of the Industrials became
more uncertain, the railroads began to come
to the fore. The demand for these stocks
Increased and under the lead of Reading a
number of substantial advances were
achieved. Later there were recessions, es
pecially among the Western railroads. f?t
Paul was heavy on the reduction In the divi
Foreign exchange rates on all centers
showed declines today. French and Italian
rates were particularly heavy. Li res reached
a new low mark at $.40 for demand. Francs
Strength developed In the bond market,
and material advances were recorded among
convertible issues. Total sales, par value,
$3,G0D.ooo United States bonds were un
changed on call.
High. Low. bid.
::4 32 s ."'.'"
l7 55 V, r.6
BO, MS M
99V 7 St, 78(4
122 121 vi 121 H
. . 221
fl 68 li "'
101 10o, J00H
t-"H 7!v. 7W
fc.1 84 S 4 "i
I11V. 10 104
146 143 H 144V
43 41 S 41
41U 41 v 40
11-, 1 1 US
82 7!1 81
T.flS S.'.H 45'i
42 39 3
27V. 26H 264
26 26 H 26 '
17Si 173 172
118 117 117H
43 40 40
62 61H 61H
75 . 75 73 H
S2H 804 31
24U 23V4 23
144 143'- 1431!,
74 73 73 Vi
27 H 27 27 H
6H .Hi B
2 It, 2
121 120 119
3ti 63 14, 62 H
14Vi 14H I14
89 8 8S
62 H 60 6014
107H 16H 10014
108 14 10 107
23 221 22
149 146 14
45U 42Vi 42
87H SRi 87
13 13 13
S8 37 37
129 127 128
67 66 6.
112 112 112
C7 68 66
60 68 68
113 110 111
76 68 69.
Am Beet e"us:ar.
American Can. .
Am Sm St Refg.
Am Fug Refe...
Am Tel A Tel. .
Amer Tobacco. .
Br Ilapid Trans.
" V r.oo
Ches & Ohio...
Chi Gr Western.
Chi Mil St P.
Chi at N W
Colo F & Iron. .
Colo A South. . .
D A R O.......
r.r North Pfd . . .
Gr Nor Ore cKs.
Inter-Met pfd.. 110
Inspiration Cop. 24.000
K C Southern . ..
Louis A Nash . . .
M K A T
N Y Central ....
N Y. N H A H.
Nor A Western.
Pac Tl A Tel. .
Pennsylvania . .
Ray Cons Cop. .
ReD Ir A Steel. .
Rock Island Co.
Pt.LASF 2d Pfd.
Union Pacific. . .
U S Stel
'. 14. 166
'. 90 .9O0
'. " V.2O0
W abash pfd . . .
CniribU Steel... 6.1. TOO
Total sales lor the day. sou.ouu snares.
U S ref 2s. reg. 7H'Nor Pac 3s R2V4
do couDOn B7 Pac TAT 3. t 7
U S 3s. reg IMVPenn cons 4s. ...lo2?.
do coupon i"vi ;o rac ret s
U S 4s. reg 100 do conv Ps f i
do coupon. ... llO 'union Pac 4s.... pv,
?C T" C tr e ri 3a.l3H do totiv bid
Nor Pac 4 T" T ' is steel o.
Boston Cloinit Mining.
Allouei 2 !virllng Mines.. X
A Z LAS 54HjXorth Butte 30
Arizona com 1. - . T1ia uominion .. w
Calumet A Arts. 63 Osceola 7
r-alumet A H...5'.5 iOuincy 84
Centennial 17 shannon 7 i
Copper R C C M-j Superior 26
F. Butte Coo M. 12i S'ip A Bos M 2
Franklin "i 'Tamarack 44
Granby Cons ... l:t: S S R M... 40VJ
Creene Cananea. 40 ' do preferred... 46
Isle Rovalle C 26 'T"tah Cons 12
Kerr Lake S Winona 3
Ijike Copper ... 13 Wolverine "
Mohawk 71 p.utte A Sup 66
Money, Kxchange. Ete.
NTW YORK. July 30. Mercantile paper
33 per cent.
Sterling exchange 60-daT bills. $4.71
demand. $4.7610; cables. 4..0.o.
Bar silver. 47 He.
Vexlcan dollars. R6He.
Government bonds steady; railroad bond
Time loans strong: 60 days. 2H per cent
90 da vs. 2i: six montns. sun:i.
Call money steady; high. 2 per cent; low,
1; ruling rate. 1; last loan, 2 ; closln
bid. 1 ; offered at 2.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 30. Sterling-
Sixty days, $4.71 V; demand. $4.76; cable,
July 80. Bar silver. 22T-16d
Money. 4$p4 per cent. His-
Stocks Steady at London.
LONDON. July 30. Business In th
American section of the stock market to
day vol confined principally to United
State Steel. The market eased off early,
but later reacted and closed steady.
WOOL IS LESS ACTIVE. BUT FIRM.
No Quotable Change In Prices at Boston, ai
Compared with Week Ago.
BOSTON. July 30. Th Commercial Bui
letin will say tomorrow:
"The wool market has been less actlv
during the past week, but not less fi
Business has been well diversified and fairly
well distributed through the market, but
the total volume ha been only fair. There
is no quotable change In either tine or
medium wocls. as compared with a week
"Advices from Australia Indicate firm
prices there this week, while in the West,
the wools now remaining are held very
Scoured basis Texas fine, 12 months, 88
70c: fine 8 months. BOS 61c.
California Northern. 0 5jf67c: middl
county, ejftSc; Southern, ."8$i5Sc.
Oregon Eastern No. 1 stsple. 70tr71e:
Esstern clothing. 65 6 66c; Valley No. 1. 58
Territory Fine staple. 717.tc: fine me
dium staple. 76Sc: fine clothing. 67
6Sc: fine medium clothing. 65c: half-blood
combing. 70-Jj71c; three-eighths blood comb
ing. 65 S 67c.
Pulled Extra, 6870c: A A. 0CC87c; fine
A. 65 60c; A supers, 6.'tf05c.
IRON AXD STEEL TRADE IS HEAVT
Improvement In Industrial Operations, bnt
General Trade Backward.
NEW YORK, July 30. Bradstreets will
Activity in iron and steel, continued Im
provement in industrial operattona. dimin
ished idleness, a quieter labor situation, a
steady flow of orders for munitions of war,
ease In money, some improvement In col
lections, fin crop news snd growth in
optimism ss to excellent business this Fall
stand out In marked contrast to reports '
midsummer quiet in trade circles and il
S., lndU'm" "
The crop movement ! later than nor- !
mal and exports of wheat are still p
Although Fall buying has no really
opened, some Northwestern c rs report
gains In this respect. Keta.il trd. helped
In some places by clearance sales, has been
checked by wet weather at the west and
southwest, and, on the whole. It Is probably
below normal. Activity in machinery for
domestic and foreign account is reflected
In overtime work at plants.
Ban 1c clearings for the week were $3.023. -437.
Ou0, a decrease of 7 per cent from last
SAX FRANCISCO PRODUCE
Price Current In tbe Bar City
SAN FRANCISCO. July SO. Butter
Fresh extra. 27c: prime firsts. iSss.
Eggs Fresh extra. 23c: fresh firsts.
21 c; selected pullets. 23c
Cheese New, b.l.ic; Young Americas.
IH12; Oregona. 13 414 Sc.
vegetaoies tJe. i.c; asparagus. BZ.UIH1
6 Summer squash. 40jjG0e; string and
ax beans. 1 2c: lima- 3e: tomatoes.
20 (U 50c per large box : cucumbers. 4uy tjoc.
Onions Yellow, hft&GOc; red, 2SjV5c.
Fruit Lemons. 9-'a3.25; off graaes. TlVcfl
1.&0; grapefruit. $.75$i 3,50; oranges. $:,
3.75; bananas ( Hawaiian ), 75c t i. 00: pine-
pples ( Hawaiian), ll.ooy 2.60; apples
Kravensteln. IfOcu tl.20: red astrachan.
SHicfc SI. 90.
PotatoesDelta. 9 boo; sweets, Off To.
Copper Weaker mt London.
LONDON. July 20. (Correspondence- of
the Associated Press ) Trading In copper
as become hesitating since the publication
of the European visible supply figures 00
uly 15. which stood at 3U.66rf tons, or an
Increase of 1428 tons sinco June 30. Open
ing last week steady at 7 per ton for
three months, the tendency has since been
In a downward direction, due largely
American advices and the Increase in tbe
Tin continues rather scarce on the snnt
nd with, speculative business practically
ti, values are dependent upon advices from
the Straits, although a fair business has
been done with Italy. France and Russia.
BIRON OUTPUT LARGER
INE BUSINESS HEAVIEST
Kb maces Are 1st 11 last Opera
tions of Steel Mills Steadily
Concrets evidence of ths pronounced ex
pansion in Iron snd steel Is furnished by tba
tatlstics of pig Iron production daring
une. as eoraplleu by the Iron Age. Tbe 4
figures bear added testimony to ths ub-
tantlal Improvement In the basic Industry.
bowing, as they do. the largest monthly
output since October, 1913, and a dally av
erage 6346 tons greater than In May of th:s
ear. The total In June reached 2.3M).h2I
tons, or 79.361 tons a day, against 2.263. 411
tons, or 3.ol5 tons a day in the preceding
month, while the capacity of the 218 fur
naces in blast on July 1 was 80,411 tons
daily against 79.643 tons for ths 206 fur
naces active on June 1.
Production Is now estimated at the rata
f 29.o0.uoo tons a year, against 27.4'Ki.kuu
tons a month previous and only lS.ouu.0uo
tons on January 1. ,
boms foundries have been sounding th
market for deliveries In the first Quarter
and half of 1116 and. whtie no important
bookings ars noted, holders generally are
firm in their views snd In some Instances
former quotations have been withdrawn.
As to the finished lines, recent sains are
fully maintained and It is significant that
ctlvity promises to continue throughout
he Summer months, with the probability
of further expansion being made. This is
unusual condition. Inasmuch as there I
nvariablv a lull at this season of the yesr.
Operations, however, steadily broaden and
many mills In the Pittsburg district sre
running practically at capacity, ths Carne
gie teel Company having ail but one of
1 plants active.
The demand from ths railroads leaves
considerable to be desired, but war business
continues a feature and it Is the urgent
foreign requirements that- ars causing grad
ual strengthening of prices. Generally, tbe
tendency is upward, although some irregu
arltv still nrevalls. especially in plates anu
shapes. There have been sales of plates
1.15o lor western ceiivery. nut l.ac
ths usual minimum for shipments east
LESS SUGAR CONSUMED
DECREASE IS SMALL IX VIEW OF
Larger Movement la American Beet
Crop Trade Refineries Busy
With European Orders.
In reviewing statistics of sugar consump
tlon in ths United States in the first half
of the year, Wlllett at Gray ssy:
While th Atlantic ports meltings have
been large this season. the increase 1
l. V th larro export! of rClnd 1
Europe, which leave the domestic consump
tlon - through these ports practically the
rama 88 last year. Consumption of Im
ported sugar through New Orleans show
quite a decrease, which Is due to a con
siderable extent to the rather abnormal con
dltiona prevailing for part of the six months
period as to the maraetlng or the Louisiana
crop, and conditions of the sussr business
generally in that state. Consumption
throurh San Francisco also shows a smsll
Louisiana crop consumed this last six
months appears large, but It will be r
membered that only a small part of th
1911-15 crop was consumed In ths rlostn
months of 1914. There is still a Isrge bsl
anre of the crop for this time of year un
consumed. The United Ptates beet crop
consumption shows an Increase.
Total consumption for the six months I
2.108.4 :6 tons, against 2.131.09s tons las
year and l,Ri,f".7 tons In lull. 1015 show
Inr a decrease from 1014 of S'J.O-'i tons, or
1 06 per cent, while 1!lo shows an Increase
from 1913 of 2J::.4tta tons, or 11.89 per
The first six months of 1814 showed ths
phenomenal increase over corresponding
period of 1013 of ?1.".131 tons, or 12.9a per
The 1014 period preceded ell thought of
a general war In Europe. Th complete
year 1914 showed the effects of the war
and lilgh sugar prices on consumption by
giving an Incresse In consumption tor th
whols yesr of only 0.473 per cent. The
first six months of 1915, with continued
high prices, hsve csused a slight decrease
only, which under th circumstances w
think Is a good showing.
KKW YORK. July 30. The market for
coffoe futures opened at declines of 1 to 2
points, owing to moderate selling on large
receipts in Praxll and a further decline
In Klo exchange. Offering proved light,
however, and during the day a teadler
tone developed with srnttered covering. The
close wss unchanged to 2 points net higher.
Snlem 2'XiO bags: August, o 5c ; September.
6.61c: October, 6.6-c: November, 6.tS:t': Ie
cember. 6..c; January. 6.70-: Kebru-try.
.7c; March. 681c; April. 6.80c; May.
6.91c: June, 6.fc.
Spot quiet: Rio No. 7.,7Hc; Santos No.
Cost and" freight offers wer nnchsnged
to 5 points lower. Rio xchang on London
4d lower. Mllreis prices were 75 rels
lower at Rio and unchanged at Santos.
SAVANNAH. C.a.. July 30. Turpentine,
firm. 83-Wc: sales. C49 barrels; receipts, 571;
shipments. 17t; stocks. 22.057.
Rosin, firm: sales. I60 barrels: receipts,
123: shipments 1V14; stocks. 60.207. Quote:
A P.. 22.SO; CD. $2.00; K. 1XO0: F. 83.ti7-,
n.10: O. $3.10S3.I2!4: HI. 13.12V4: K, 23.4.-.;
M, 84.03; N. 4.0; 'WO. 85.80 WW. 23.VO.
NEW YORK. July SO. Copper easy.
Eleetrolvtic. 8 1 8.7."" 11 l'.I.OO.
Iron firm: No. 1 Northern. 814.7Sfl is.2r.;
No. 2. 814.50(2 15.0O; No. 1 Southern. $14.25
14 7.1; No. 2. 814.00S 14.SO.
The Metal Exchnuge quotes lead offered
St 5.40c. ,
Spelter not quoted.
Duluth Linseed Market.
DltUTH. July so. 1.1
81.54; July. 81. AS; Pepteml
NEW TORK. July .to. Spot cotton quiet;
Mid-uplsnd. $t.3u. No sales.
Dried Fruits at New York.
NEW YORK. July :io. Evaporated apples,
quiet and easy. Prunes, ftiiu.
Hop at New York.
NEW YORK, July 30. Hops, .quiet.
npAi 8 I P API llfn
I II III I II I I Ml Hill II
I N 1 1 Nl III 1 I A I M
WUUUUILa IU U UU
Wheat Market Rallies
Prices Close Firm.
LAST QUOTATIONS HIGHER
Scarcity of Country Offerings Turns
Trade From Weakness In Mld-
Sesslon Renewal of Wet
Weather Is Factor.
CHICAGO. July 30. Despite a beavy
downward swing at ons time, the wheat
market today averaged higher. Influenced
by a renewal of wet weather delaying and
damaging the Winter crop. Prices closed
firm. e to H04c above last cuhl Cora
uiunei unrnengea to e hlgber. oats up
c to 2c snd provisions varying from
5c decline to 'a like advance.
Scarcity of country ofterings. except In
the Southsest, helped to rally the wheat
market from weakness to which prices had
succumbed about the middle of the ses
sion. In many cases seaboard bids here for
ard Winter rrades could not be filled.
rrtvsls were so smsIL Consldersble atten-
ton. too. was given to the fact that world
hlpments wrre only a third of the total at
he corresponding time a year ago, and that
larse railing en was expected to be sbown
Monday In the amount on ocesn passes.
l. nravorable weather had a strengthening
Tect on corn. The market, however, was
wayed to a noticeable degree by ths ac
tion of wheat.
Oats were in demand throughout th day.
specially by July shorts. Th Ju'.y option
showed at or.e time an advsnc of 4o com -
psrw wltn last nlgot.
I'rovislons mere stesdled by reports of
export sales of lard. Another sustaining In-
luence was ths firmness of Quotations on
Leading futures ranged ss follows:
Open. High. Low. Close,
July I1.MS $1.1114 !. $1.11
ept- 1.1MV Let 1.01 l.i
Sept t 10 8 17 I 07 t it
Oct, W s.li 8. IT
Sept. 47 fVO t.40 8.45
Oct .& 8.17 8.44
Cash pricea were:
Wheat .No. t red. 81.08 B 1.18 . : No.
hard. l oW 31-11 .
Corn No. 2 yellow, 714 Sic: No. 4 yel
ltve Xo. 2. 81.02.
liar ley 707c.
Timet hy H: 7 5 It! SI.
Clover II 11. SO.
Primary receipta Wheat. 1.4IS.0w vs.
2.07. 000 bushels: com, o7.0Oo il 441.000
bushels: oats, 472,000 vs. 1.202.0414 bushe s.
Shipments Wheat. sot.Ouu vs. 1.444.0OO
bushels: com. 347. oh vs. 147.000 bushels
oats. 15S.000 vs. r.S3.0O bushels.
Clearances Wheat. 3X.ot)0 buehets; corn.
S3. 000 busheis; oats. :000 bushels; flour.
Foreign (are In Markets.
LIVERPOOL. July 20. Cash wheat. u.d
higher to Id lower; corn. Id higher; oats.
AIRES. July 30. Wheat, un-
Minneapolis tiraln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jnly SO. Wheat: July,
811; September. 81. OS; No. 1 hard. 814&1;
ro. 1 northern. iijji.4j: ro. . rtortnern.
Hurley, 03 c 73c.
Eastern tiraln Marketa.
Dl'LCTH. July 80. Wheat closed: July.
(1.42 asked; September, 81-07 bid; Decern
WINNIPEG. July 10. Wheat closed: July,
21 :t asked; October. 21-04V; December,
KANSAS CITT. July SO.-r-Wheat closed
July, 81. IS bid: September, tl.OlS: Decem
ber, xi. 03.
ST. LOUIS. July 80.-
-Wheat closed: July.
11.01 K; December,
81.(' bid; September,
tiraln at ran Prnnrlsro.
FAN FMANCIPCO. July 20. Spot quota
tions wsi:a, xi..o m i.si ; red Russian,
II IS 1)1 SO; Turkey red. 81.8801.80; blue
stem. 1 0 irl Si; fi-ed barley, ll.:ul
whlte oats. 1 45u 1.47V,; bran. 8;U28
middling. $2:i33; shorts. I!ie!l n.
Call board Uarley. Lv-ceinber tl.22Va bid,
Paget Sound Grain Markets.
PEATTLK, July 30. Wheat: Bluestem
etc : frtrtytold. l. rt : ,!ub. : r ! f .-. vile
red Russian. lK?. Bar-y. A dt ton. "Y
terdny's car receipts: Wheat 2. oats 2. hay
, Hour iu, par.cy it.
TACOMA. July SO Wheat: Bluestem
97c: fortyfold. '.'He: cluh. 9Jc : red fife. Klc
Car receipts: V beat 14. barley
New York rMigar Market.
NEW TORK. July so. Raw sugar stands
Centrifugal. 4.64c; molasses. S 8c
Refined esty. 30 points lower, cut loaf.
6.7ic; emeheo:, 6.eVc: mould A. 6 25e; cubes.
n u.x-; ,xx. powdered. r v.ir . rine grm n u
lated. A.80c: diamond A. 3.90c; conteo-
tloners A, 5.70c.
Hope st London.
LIVERPOOL. July Jui. Hops at London,
Fac.fle coast. 4 int is r,a.
PENDLETON PAVING BEGUN
Warren Construction Company Coin
mences Work on 2 3 -H lock Job.
PENDLETON', Or.. July 30. (Spe
clal.l Work has been begun on the
paving- of 23 blocks In the buslnes
district, one of several districts to be
improved this year.
The contract haa been awarded to th
YCarren Construction Company for th
work on Alta. Webb, Water, Chestnut,
Garden and Willow streets, and ordi
nances ore pending: before the Clt
Council for proposed Improvements I
the South Main strret district, whlcn
will be almost as extensive. The War
ren Construction Company yesterda
began putting; In cutters and curbs.
KLAMATH FALLS CLUB BUSY
In First Morning of Campaign
Members Are Obtained.
KLAMATH FALLS. Or.. July 30
(Special.) The result of the firs
morning's campaign for membership:
for the new Klamath Commercial Clu
resulted in 73 memberships secured b
the committee, which seems to Indi
cale that there are In Klamath Fall
enough people sufficiently enthusiast!
to give this city a strong organization
Twenty-four committeemen served
yesterday mornlngr and more are ex
pected to be available for the remain
ins: two days of the campaign. A spe
cial committee had charge of some o
the large business interests, turnlnu
In 27 memberships. The new mem
berships are bcinn taken on a three
year basis, with annual fees of $25,
GRESHAM PAVING PLANNED
Fountain Square and Main Street
Work Iieeided On at Meeting.
GRESHAM, Or.. July 30. (Special
iteps were taken at a meeting; of
property owners last night in the Clt
Hall at Gresham to pave Fountai
Square, the Intersection of PoweJI Val
ley road and Main street, and Main
street from the Powell Vallsy road to
Hood street, full width, and from Hood
street to Falrvlew 18 feet wide, the
latter by the county. The county also
will be asked to pave Its part of tbe
Intersection, which Is 18 feet wide.
Mayor Stapleton. who presided,
pointed out the need of paving; Foun
It was decided to start the circula
tion of petitions at once for the paring
of Main street from Powell Valley
road to Fairvlew.
ROAD CONTRACT IS LET
Soar Grass Valley Work to Elimi
nate Toll Gale at Dolph.
SHERIDAN. Or.. July JO. (Special.)
On a bid of J1S.S60.SS. the contract
for the Sour Grass Valley road, on the
Portland-Tillamoolc coast run. waa let
today by the County Court. The con
tract was awarded to J. II. Hicks, sec
retary of the Tillamook Bay Construc
tion Company, and the papers were
tlgned this afternoon. Work will be
This means the passing: of the old
toll a-ate at Dolph that has been in
existence ever since the road waa
opened up to the coast through this
oumry. The new rosd will commence
t a point known as the Bee ranch and
come out at a point three-quarters of a
mile below Dolph. on the Thrse Kivers
road. The road will lengthen the run
little, but eliminate some heavy
rrades. The contract calls for the
completion of the work by November 1.
IAILY M ETKOBO LOG ICA L REPORT.
PORTLAND. July 20. Maximum temper-
ture, degrees: minimum, ft degree.
Klver reading, t A. XI.. ti rt: chacg
In last 34 hours. .4 toot fall. Total rain-
all ft P. M. to S I'. M ) 07 Inch: total
rainfall since September I. 114. il l
nehea. normal. 44.47 inchr: detlclencv.
SI Inches. Tjtal lumhltw. bone: toaib;e
4 hours minutes, iiarumeter treducea to
sea let el J a 1. it,. JO. Is incline.
To w.to, ine .nam
T2 .8t. (ciouljr
" 0.ii i NE Ciar
2J.t-V 4 XW Ft. clO'idy
hi .C(, calm i'.sar
tz .Oj m, I'i'ir
2 .u 4 K Ft. cloudy
To o.tn n ;e-r
t -.oo i; N ,toudy
D Molt.es . .
ifl.rt i-is ntf
....J "Z o.0J 4 N C.a.r
. ..I t. fx, K ;.-. r
. .... u.:i!N .car
. T a. Of, v Cictr
J s o.os 4 X W Cir
....,? N Ft. cloudy
I4O.00; I. NW Cloudy
....t 1 ..) 1 . tSV .Clar
H0.C! I.-E Clr
. . . .i ft . H c 'Cloudy
....) ft.oj 12 X W.Cloudy
.... i o.o;. ctitn CUuUy
.. . . i j.o-r- i : w !'''
.. . .1 s o.i-o c x w nir
Ran a City
Montr,! . . . .
NrW ITjCttlt .
N-r York . .
North lirtJ .
tnd ton . . .
on. and ....
Ko8burfc ... .
1 NV JouJy
i ,1 o.bu . X . lesr
acramnto . .
i. Lsuia . . . .
.! . .0 10 .S 'Ciear
.( 8" l.TI .S IClear
. s O.to c XE .Clear
.i u. w iv'iesr
.1 lil.w, sV .ciou.ly
all l.ak ...
.:. 4v il riiuay
(S O.o . SW jciouely
i o.o;. s S Cloudy
o.co 4 sw 'rt. cloudy
t o.a- 4 SW 'Cloudy
74 .! K' N Clear
ti o.o: 12 NW.Cloudy
Tat '! Inland .
The barometer continues relatively low
over the Korky Mountain States and a small
depreeslon is central over tout tie.t.arn kl;n
nesota. I he pressure la lncreastn sinv the
ortrt rscitic t:uast. snowers ana tnur.aer
storms hsve occurred in nesry all the
Northern States 1 rum t !wj Fac.ftc Ocesn to
the Atlantic Ocean. Thunder storms hav
also occurred i:on the tiu.f Cuast. It Is
cooler In southern lUsho and marmer In
Southstitera Orefon. ICaetern Washington,
Nothero. Idaho and Western Montana.
The conultlons im faoraole for fair
weather in this district Saturday except that
In extreme Kastern Washington. Northern
l1ho and Southeastern Idaho. The fair I
weather will be preceded by showers. Il will
be warmer Saturday in Oregon and the In
lertor of Western V eahlns too.
Port'snd and vioinlty Ksir snd warmer;
ore con rir ana narmer; nortnwestriy
Waehlnrton Fair, preceded by showers
extreme east portion, wanner Interior west
portion; westerly winds.
1'lsho Shower rnnowea ny lair nonn ana
southeast purtlons; fair south wv-et pertloa.
K PiVARll A Pl.tl.s Hist rlrt t oree-aster.
New-spaper advertising? sends the
purchaser etrn l h t to the retail
counter to ask for tha product.
T!m It creates TIRECT DE
MAND. DIRECT DEMAND upon the deal
er'a store appeals to the dealer.
Thst Is 'why th merchants who
handle, your products will vote tor
newspaper advertised tood. a
newspaper campalftn means DEALe
Tou esn pick your time, your
place, and your season, with your
newspaper copy. You can "go where
th koItr's trood' as often aa you
please with as much or as little as
you care to spend.
You can take advantage of special
business conditions as they arisa
char. re your copy over nlsrht ex
tend it or stop It. This Is ELAS
TICITY. You can resrulate your expendi
tures section by section and check
tour sales aftalnset your appropria
tion. That Is ECONOMY.
COUNTY ROADS IS
Sandy Road finished
from city limits four
mile east. Powell Val
ley Road ",-mile hard
ALL ROADS OPEN
FOR TRAVEL EX
CEPT EAST END OF
BASE LINE ROAD.
IN'OTE This spsre will be
t3d every other day to keep
you fnformed on the progress
of th work.)
sot isauwsi BinieiM I
8elfrrit and raseenser
STKAMK K.- TO TI4K IH1XE8
and Way Landlaira.
Lmvm t'ortiand tfally at 7 X. M mcp
Sun 4 my -nil alonday. Sunday axcuraiotsa
to Ca.caO Locks lva 0 A-
t.mrm lortland T a jr. 1 burtdtj and
fa u mi a v it JO A. M-
hrtndaj ('tM-ad Itrka T.xc nruion l.
I art to Thf IhM- nl Ktnnn $1U
a4XIKR-r. UO( K. fURTLAND.
(Wit beat Chans tun Route)
. S. S. BEAVER
Salla Prosn Alaaveortsi Dock
" A. M. AltlT S
10O (ioldea Mllea
All Itatea Isrluds
Mertka and Meals.
Takl and Service)
The Man lsselsr Jt Portland S.
Third and U asklsstos street a
twltk O..W. K. A At Co.,. TeL Broad
way 4.MK), A tiUil.
COOS BAY, EUREKA
and San Francisco
Eai'.s TuesJay, Au. 8. l. M.
SANTA KARBARA, IXs ANOELKS
A.Mj 4.lN L)lt;o
lis Wednesday. Ausu.l 4. 6 I. M.
SOUTH TACI8TC BTKAMMIlf CO.
Ticket Ofnre l l-rrlsh Office
I'.-IA S1 est.
Mala 1j1. A-13K
Foot Northrt.p t
U U iji.i. A-J4i"2
O..W. R. & N. Steamer Service
l"Mn I. J. IUI ttlt iron A.a-..r r 1.
! S M. li. es.-il .-.lui-.. . ta.ur-
only. u 1; M. .Nu erl.a .-afiav or
Moixlav. Arrives Mesier T A M. manioc
connection with beacn trsln. iii.i at As
t.,rta oa soma tr.p Ketut&l&c. ieaes
ler s A. M. ili,) except tunjay. oun.ia
ob.x. M N service Mr. or Tue..
Meamei HAMI.O leases s io A. M. 0.
tie!1! ealuruae ar.,1 ur'., tatarj.y o,.v.
I I'. M. for .V.'UTH ltAOIt Keturnin.
Met.er io I'. 81. U.: MUt
Cay a:u M.nfl. Sundav n.y, s ' si
Meti er IIAK 8 r.T Ml l it leaves' s I. M
dai.e exceit .-jr.:.) r..r AIOKlA sn4 a
pm.a t.eiurr.iuc. leases
Astor.a 7 A. M. aaa:y c k -cc-j-t
ri'kets snd reserv'Stlnns
t J -VV. H. A N ( I moa
ferine Jtent City Tlcke-l
eifttie. ssulr-cton st 8.1.
t.e?re & St r. M ; after
that hour st A.n-BlieM
diKk. I'henes brosusAi
tiuo. A 1-1.
Caai8miile Oettermle TraaMt 8m(ko.
Sailings From NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
ESPAGNE Auk. 7. 3 P. M.
KOCUAMBEAU ...Aug. H. 3 P. M.
rOH IN FORMATION AFI'LT
C. V. Mlaser. so tvtn et.i A. It. Uarltoa.
!U Murrl'MMi .1.1 k M. laylur. C .M. A su
f. tt.: IMfM) B. smith, il 2d L A. C
MjelOoa. 1UU d .t-: l. Ik kson X4S U a
Irtavn St.; nrth Haafc Hosil. Sin and Msrs
lel 8. r. Mrtsrlsnil, ttd and Msttlsls
sxe.1 t ti. Dully. li 2d t lurlland.
Through the Panama Canal
TV ic. VOKK VIA I OH AM.I.UJ
AM SAN lilkl.O.
- LNLA.N l -KKOO.NU.MJ-
a-.OO ina d:i'Ia.nint
t rona San k rmnvkmcm k i m 1 Ansrlrs
AUG. 3 AUG. 4
Ait;. t4. Alt., r.v
Ana vrv Third week lliireilter
First Cabin 8128 up. Intermea.ate oa up.
Panama Pacific Line
18 f rond Ate, venule.
Iocal Itail or Stvamship Agents.
North Bank Rail
26 Hours Ocean Sail
(beck 1 npie-Screw It- knjt.
8S. -UREtl NOKTlltKN''
aJt. "NOKlUt UN t'AtiSlC-
Crery Tuesday. Tbarettay and Kslarday.
Steamer train leave North Bask station
S:SO SS ; lunch .b.r4 .tils; sfi. mr i i
Sajk rr.nclM. I 40 i IX nut day.
t.rsXvi SEHVICE AT IKUbllT KATE.
.N0KIH RANK TICKET 01 1 ICE.
rhoneel Udsry. A MU ilh and atara.
TRAVEL THE SAFEST W AY
5eastrLnrs a Rarity
Heavily Loaded Ride Easy.
r-sila lllreet frne
8AN I It AM1M I). I- ANGEI EH AMI
Today, 2:30 P. July 31
LOS .M.8.L8.- T: .llllr CO.
IKINK BOLLAM. Agent.
I?4 Third -t. A 4,.f.. Main t.
& eWs Honolulu and South Seas
Sfc I I li I I IB ar) TXmm
"VEXTURA" SONOMA" "SIERRA
JO.IO-IOB SSIiSirsl atSMBlere vKsted Ltoids K All
$130 Honolulu ftS't&i. eSjdney. 5T7i5
For Honolulu Aug. 8. 81. Sept. IS. Oct. 8.
For tn'ut) Aug. 8, Aug. 11, Sept. 8
OCFAMC STEAMSHIP OO.
J1S Market rU. aaa 8 ranrlero.
O DC JAN 1 1 O &ANT CO,
Krtxjnnt tsvittor frta. Nw York by aad faat
(1n o-) pt4iv8affnvratafDr.
W sMnaaltk 11 AV - saf k M
svatsiBtXton atts.. oc
aa oL.Ar iatl m.m -m I I J I I ,
IS8T . . a 8TB aj 81 SB I
Harkins Transportation Co.
Leaves Uallr at 7 A. M.
Sunday. 7 Stl A. V. lor ASTOKlA and
way landings. Keturning:. leaves Aitori
at 2 P. arriving; Portland l StL.
lndinc loot of Washington street
Mela I A
rTTnl C U rs Z E-1
te.r . . -i a , a j sat i
X8W rtCAl-ANU ANU bUITH OiLla.
rteguar. tbrougb sailing for yane ve
Tabiil and lA;iustoa Iroui baa Irsnciic
August Is. tptemter IS. October i, and
every daa St nd tor runhl.
ITaloa steamelilt te, el .New salan4t. Ltd.
tHIire . Market r-ee4 . Saa r raalce.
ac 8raJ t. H. ibs K. R. lusensa.
COOS BAY LINE
Sails Froa Alaaseortsi Ioek. Portland,
every Tainraday at a A. M. 8'relgitt and
Tleket tllllre, Aloanorth loesv. I'keses
Mala StHMI. A KIX!. f ltjr Tlelvet Oftlee.
r-d atsj t. I'b.sea Marshall 4WV4SU, A 1S1.
rOHlLAAU es COU8 UAV a. S. LlVi.