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FRIDAY, AUOUST 17, 1900. "
THE MOIIMNG ASTOIllAN, ASTORIA, OAEGON.
Latest Quotations In the Portland
Couplet Markst Rsportf Correcttd Etta
Uf GMflg tb Wholssal Prim vl
Commodities, Finn Product tot V.
lHltTl.ANl, August 10 11t men
r somewhat at jw regarding tlm re
ported tale at Woodburn yesterday at
2fc A dispatch, from that plt status
that tlm contract was mad with Julm
A. (ilatt by ltfttry J. Miller, and tlmt
th H)ff wait dimwit to several person
The fact tlmt Miller would nut oonflnn
tlio Woodburn ale U regarded by oilier
dealers a avldftir tlmt the dral may
have a string to It,
Tlia rt-iwrt from California that nu
tlon at 2e ar solli'lted by dealer tlirr.
adda strength to the tone f tlilo market
fr Oregon liui rule higher than Call
Grain, Flour, Fael
Wheat-Walla Walla, OUcj Valley, 71c;
bluestein, 70cj id, 6ftc,
OsU-Whlte, fJTj gray, $20.
vorn vtnoie, fs,j rrackar Win per
IUrly-lJrwlng, 123.50 feed. 123;
rolled, 2f 25,
Rye 41.W per cwt
Buckwheat 38.00 per ton.
Flour-Hard wheat patent, 14.10)
straight, 3.43 graham, 30j rye, 3.00i
whole wheat flour, f3.78j Valley flour,
13.50(23.83) Dakota. W.S0fl.fl0) East
em rye, $5.40 rilUbury, M0i CorraJlU,
MHUtatTs-Mlddllng, f.M?25j chop,
119) bran, llflj shorts, 117.
Hay-Valley, timothy, $10(311, East-
ern Oregon, 119(310) clover, 78j
cheat. $7.90(28) alfalfa. $11.
Grain bags Foreign and dointle.
Butter Country creamery, 21(322cj
city creamery, 2j dairy, 14lcj store,
HlIflcj butter fat, 22Je.
Poultry Old rooeter. OQlOnt bona,
13(Jl4e.j frvera. Ifll7 broilers, Jfl
lCJcj dreed chickens, 14Q15oj gM.
Hrt, 8(28Jc) dmed, llOUk) turkey,
live, U15cj dressed. lfll7oj duck,
old, 10(3 12 1 Spring ducks. 15ilci
pigeons, per doten, $1.00iJ153j squab,
Honey-Dark. 10,llei amber, It
13o) fanoy white, U15c.
Cheese Young Amsrlca. 13114c)
Oregon full creim. flats, 121(3 13c.
Egg Freb Oregon rsnch. 2021e.
Tropical fruits Bananas. 60 per lb,
pineapples, $4.50(33 per dozen; lemons,
fancy, $0) choice, $95.80) standard,
$4.80 box) oranges, fancy navels, $4 (J
4 80) Med. sweets, $3.784.00 box, grape
fruit. $404.80 crate 1 lime. 76a oer 100.
Domestio fruit Strawberries, local.
782.23 orate, apricots, $1.60(52
cmtei neech. ElftZl.ES ban nlnm 1.25
1.50 box, cherries, 75c lb 1.23 crate,
bulk, 48e per lb, gooseberrit-s, 67o
lb) currant, 8(g0o lb, red raspberries,
80o per lb, Loganberries, $1.601.78
Potatoes Fancy, old, 4065c, ordi
nary, In country, 4050c, jobbers' prices,
6065o per 100 lb, new, lllo per lb.
Cabbagit Per lb, l2cj cauliflower,
$1(31.25 per doten, asparagus, Walla
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TIDE TABLE, AUGUST
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Tuesday , 14
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7 . $lUl3
Walla. (1.80 crat fancy total, 045o
per down bunches , parsley, 25o down,
hothouse lettuce, 60c$1.00 box, brad,
25o doten, splnscb, S6o !b, cucumbers,
local hothouse, 78o(g$1.00 doten, Cali
fornia. $1.40 box, artichokes, OOo per
doten, rhubarb, 3f31o lb, peas, 45ej
bians, 010c, garlic, 10c, red peppers,
dry, 20 25c ) Chile. 20o lb, green onions,
12io doten bunches, green corn, 40c
doten, cantaloupes, special, $1.0O2,
pony crates, $fl.507) gg plant, 40o lb.
Onions New California, red, ljljllc
roU, 75c(2$1.25, beets, $1.C0(2, radishes
12i18o doten bunches.
Tomatoes Mexican. $2Th2.29, Missis
slppl, $2(J2i5, local, 2Si lb, Summr
sijuash, $128 box.
. Frert MaU and Fish.
Fresh meat Veal, medium, 78 to 100
lbs, 6i($7c, 100 to 180 lbs, e&0ic, 180 to
200 lbs, 6(3Sio, 200 lbs and over, 34c,
pork, 88io heavies, 7(J8cj beef, bulls,
3c, cows, 4lcftc, steers, 68o, mut
ton, medium site, 77Cj large, fiOo,
Spring lambs, 88o.
Clama Hardshell per box. $2.00,
rstor ckm, $2 per box.
OysUrt ShoalwaUr Cay, per gallon,
$2,00, Olympla. per aack, $9.00, Eaatern
transplanted. $1.00 per 100.
Fih Crabs, per doten. $1.80, Shoal
water By yeira, per sack, 4.00)
oysters, gallon, $23, halibut 61c, black
cod, 7o, baaa, per lb, 20c, barring, 6c,
flounders 60, catfish, 9c, allver smelt,
7ic, ehrlmp, 10c, p rch, 6c, sturgeon. $c,
sea trout, 121o, black bass, 29e, chlnook
alinon. OaVe; steelhead, 8c, shad, 4c.
Sugar, sack basis-Golden C, $4.48;
extra C, $4.93) powdered. $9.16) patent
cub. $9 JO, cane, D. O., $9.09, fruit
ugr, $9.08, beet sugar, $5.83 Call
bbeet, $4.98, barrels, cwt. 10c, kegs, cwt,
29c, boxes, cwt 80o advance over sack
hasla (let o lb If paid for In 15 day).
Coffee Mocha 24$28c, Java, fancy
2fl32c, Jars, good. 20C24c, Java, or
dlnary, 17"20o) Costa RJca, fancy, 18
20c, Conta Rica, good, 1218c, Ar
buckU-a, llo per lb) Lion, 14lo per lb,
OolumWa coffee, 14jc, Salvador, HI
Rio Imperial Japan, No. 1, $3.95
Southern, Japan, 6c, broken, 4fc, bead,
fancy, 7c ) head, choice, file
SaltBale of 73 2a, bale, $1.00, balo
of 80 3s. bale. $1.80, bale of 40-4s, bale.
$1.0 bales of 15-10, bale, $1.00, bag,
90c, fine, ton. $12.00, bags, 60 lbs, genu
in Liverpool, ton. $18.0f , bag, 60 lbs,
1 ground. 100. ton. $9.00, R. 8. V, P.
20 8 1b cartons, $2.28, R. 8. V. P, 24 J ib
carton, $1.78, Liverpool lump, ton.
Beans Small whit, 41c, large white.
31o) pink, 31c, bayou, 4c, Llmaa, 61c,
Mexican reda, 6c.
Kot Walnuta, No. 1, soft hlL 17c
No. 1 hard ahelL 16o, Chila, 13o, almond,
1718o, fllberU, 18c, BratIK 10c, pa
ean. 1313 19c, blokory, 8c, Virginia pa
nuts, 60, Jumbo Virginia peanut , 8c j
Japanes peanuts, 8c, cbeatnuta, Italian,
14 eocoanuta, doten. 86(g90c,
OHv oil-California .per gallon. $2.78,
iiarta. per cane, doten. $7.23 j plnU,
doa-n, $8.60; i plnta 4 doten, $9.
Flga "White, lb. 07c, black. 67e.
Da tea Golden. 00-lb boxes, 7e, Mb
package, 8c, Fard, 15-lb boxes, $1.40
Candled peels Citron, 10-Ib boxes, 25c
lb, 8-lb boxes, 25c; lemon peeL 101b
boxes, 18o lb; 61b boxes, 151c; orange
jpeel, 10-lb boxea, 15o lb; 8-lb boxes,
Provisions DUms, to sUe, 14lc, hams,
picnic, 101c; bacon, regular, 181c, bacon
fancy breakfaat 20c: dry salt tides, lllcj
backs dry salt, 11 l-4c
Tickled goods Pickled pigs' feot 1
barrels, $5, 1-barrela, $2.78;19-lb kits
$1.29) pickled tripe, i-barrel, $3.00; 1
barrcla, $2.78; 15 lb kits. $1.25) pickled
pigs' tongues, 1-bsml, $8, J-barrels, $3
15-lb kits, $1.50) pickled lambs' tongues,
1 barrels, $9, i-barrelt, $5.50) 15-lb kiU
Sausage Portland ham, I8I0 per lb;
minced ham, 10c, Summer .choice dry,
171o, bologna, long, 7c, welnerwurst
Low Water. A. M.
Hum. I ft.
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Wednesday . ....15
Sunday , , , 19
Thursday . , 23
SUNDAY . 20111 tSOl
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Tuesday . ....... 2
Wedueday , ,,,,21'
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10c, liver, 6c, pork, 9o; blood, 6c, bead
cheese, 121c, bologna sausage, link, Oo.
Lard Kettle-rendered , Tierces, Hie
tubs, lllo, 80s, lllo 20s, UIo, 10s, 12c,
0, 12C) Standard pur, Tlr. lOio
tubs 101c, 60s, 101c, go, 101o, 10 He,
6s, 181. Compound, Tierce, 71c, tub,
7!o, 60s, 71c, 10s, 81c, 6s, 81c
Cannsd salmon Columbia Rlvr, 1-lb
tall, 1.88, S ib Ulls, $240, fancy, Mb
flat, $2.00, 1 lb fancy flat, $126, fancy
1-lb ovals, $2.78, Alaska tall, pink, 90c,
red. $1.48, nominal, In, tall, $2.00.
Cereal foods Rolled oat cream, 00-lb
sacks, $7.00, lower grade, $9i)0$6.60,
oatmeal, steel cut, 00-lb sacks, $8 bale;
10-lb sacks, $4.28 psr bale, oatmeal
(ground), 601b tacks, $7.80 per bsla, 10
lb sacks, $4 per bale, split peas, $440
per 100-Ib ck, 281b boxes, $1.28) pearl
barley, $4.78 per 100 lbs, 25-lb box,
$126 par box; paatry flour, 10-lb sacks.
$2.80 per bale.
OIL Lead. Etc
Coal oU Pearl and astral oil cases,
lOo per gallon, water white oil, Iron
barrels, 131c, wood barrels, lCJe, eocene
oil, eases. 211c, elslne oil, cases, 271c;
extra star, cases, 221o, headlight oil
o 21c, iron barrels, 161c
juentine Bixty-tnree degree, ease,
20c, iron barrels, 181c.
Turpentine In case, 80c, In wood
barrels, 83c, in iron barrels, 79c, in 10'
oaae lota. S5&
Linseed oil Raw. 6-barrel lota, 47c; 1'
barrel lota, 43c, in esse, 63c Boiled, 8-
barrel lota, 40c, l barrel lota 60c, U
Gasoline Stove gasoline, case, 241c
iron barrels, 19c, 86 degree gaaolin.
case. S3c iron barrele or drum, 27c,
72 degree cases, 261c, iron barrels. 20c j
engine distillate, iron barrels, 9o.
Lesd-Strictly pure whit lead and red
lead in ton lots, 71c; 600 1b lot. 8c; less
than 600 lbs, 81c
Wirt naila preaent base at 2.00.
Rope Pure Manila, 141c; standard,
131c; SiaaL He; M brand SlsaL 10c
Hops Choice, 1908, llttl2c, prime,
Wool-Valley 2229c, Eaatern Ore
gon, 1822c aa to shrinks ge.
Mohair Choice 2830c
Tallow Prime, per lb, $(J4c; No. t
and greaac 221c
Feather Geete, white, 3340c; geese,
gray or mixed, 2830c; duck, white. 18
20cj duck mixed, 12 16c
Casoara ssgrada (ChlUlm bark)-21
Oregon grape root Per 100 Iba, $J4,
Beeswax Good, clean and pure. 21
24c per lb.
Hid Dry: No. 1. 16 lb and op, per
lb. 18319c, kip, No. 1. 1820c accord
Ing to aize, dry salted bull sad stags,
one-third lew than dry flint; low grades.
23o per lb less; salted, ateer. 60 lbs
and up, 10(3 He; under 60 lbs, ateer and
cow, 910c, stag and bulls, 7c; kip,
18 to 30 lbs. lOe per lb; veal 10 to 14
Iba, He; calf, under 10 Iba, ll12c;
green .unsaJted, le per lb less; sheep
skin, shearling No. 1 2630c; short
wool, No. 1. 4000o each; medium wool,
No, 1, $1282 each; murrain pelt, 10
to 20 per cent lea; bone hide, aalted,
$1.602.90, according to alee; dry, ac
cording to site, $1(31.50; coltc 15 (g 50c
each, Angora, wooled. 30clbl40; goat,
common. 1520o each.
Clover, red, per 100 Iba, $1840; do
mammoth red, $16.80; do Alsyke. $16.00;
do white, $18.60; alfalfa, $16.00; Umothy,
$9.50; English rye, $8.00; Italian rye,
$3.50, Kentucky bluegra, . $18.00,
Bromus Inermls. $13.00, orchard grasa,
$14.75; red top, $12.00; Vftchea. $350;
field pea, 3.00.
Lime 1.60 per bbl; imported cement
$3.75 per bbl; California cement, $340
per bbl; wood fiber plaster, $14, net, per
ton; plaster of Paris, $3 per bbl; plaster
ing hair, 31c per lb; firebrick, $42.60 per
M; fire clay, $20 per ton; metal laUi
1925o per yard.
Common rough, per M, $13.00; di
mension sites, $12.0O14.00; sidewalk
and atrect, $10.0012.00; stepping.
$30.00 32.00; flooring, $15.0032.00; 1
rustic, $18.0028.00; ceiling, $18.00
28.00; finishing, $18.0028.00; paving
blocks, $14.00; laths, $2.002.25; cedar
SALOON KEEPER STABBED.
MDLWAUKEE, Wis., August 13.-
Leopold Ritona, aged 26 years, saloon
keeper, was stabbed to death by an un
known Croatian early today. Witnesses
say that three Croatian, who were not
known in the neighborhod went Into the
snloon and became involved in a quar
The End of the World
of troubles that robbed E. H. Wolfe, of
Bear Grove, la., of all usefulness, came
hen he began taking Electrio Bitters.
He writes i "Two years ago kidney
trouble caused me great suffering, which
never would have survived had I not
taken Electrio Bitters. They also cured
me of general debility," Sure cur for
ttomacli, Liver and Kidney coin-
lalnts, Blood diseases, Headache, Dlt-
tliii'ss and weaktics or bodily decline.
rlc 50u. Guaranteed by Charles Rogers
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J NOTICE OF IMPROVEMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT
I the Common Council of th City of
Astoria bat declared it determination
and intention to repair Commercial
street from the East line of Ninth street
to th west line of Fourteenth street.
Said improvement shall consist of re
moving th old decking of th tiet
between th East Un of Ninth and th
west line of Tenth street, .straighten
ing up the stringer and filling in around
the asms, so that the street will be on
the established grade when lmprovel,
and placing two new cap at th junc
tion between the west line of Tenth
street, and replanklng the atreet from
curb to curb from said east line of
Ninth street to th west line pf Four
teentb street with good sound yellow
fir lumber, 4 Inches In thickness by 12
inches In width, the planking to extend
from on foot outside of th rail of the
street car track to the curb. And from
the east lino of Thirteenth street to the
wet line of Fourteenth street upon
said planking when laid and nailed, the
decking of the street shall be coated to
the thlcknena of 11 inch with a mixture
of elastic cooked asphalt, cement and
sand spread upon the decking when the
same Is clean and dried and rolled with
a hot asphalt roller to present a smooth
surface. Said asphalt to be apread from
the curb to the street car track.
In matters of detail said improvement
shall be constructed according to tb
plans and 'petrifications therefor to be
prepared by the City Surveyor as
hereinafter provided and general ordi
nance No. 1001 and any matter of con
struction and drainage found necessary
.o make th improvement aafe or aub
stantlal eball be done by the contractor
whether specified or not, without extra
The City Surveyor haa been directed
to make and file with the Auditor and
Police Judge of the City of Astoria,
plans and specifications for the con
struction of said improvement and esti
mates of the costs and expenses
That the coste and expense of con
structing said improvement shall be
defrayed by special assessment upon the
lot ,1a nda and premises benefitted by
the same which said lota, land and
premises are included In the special as
sessment district including all lots,
lands and premise so benefitted to-wit:
Commencing at the northwest cornea
of lot 8 in Block 25 in that part of the
City of Astoria aa laid out and, recorded
by John McClure and extended by
Cyrus Olney, and runnning thence East
through the middle of blocks 29, 69, 58
and 67 in McClure' Astoria, and Tract
A" of McClurts Astoria, aa laid out
and recorded by tb Astoria Real Es
tate and Exchange Company, to the
northeast corner of lot 5 in said Tract
A," and running thence south along
the east line of tract "A" and also along
the east line of Block 136 in that part
of the City of Astoria, aa laid out and
recorded by John M. Shively. to the
southeast corner of said block 136 In
said Shively Astoria, and running,
thence west along the south line of block
136 to the southwest corner of said
block 136, thence north on the west line
of block 136 to the point where the
west line of said block 136 would bs
intersected by the south line of lot
In block 62 in McClure'a Astoria if ex
tended easterly on straight line;
thence running west through the middle
of blocks 62, 01, 60 and 26 in McClure's
Astoria to the southwest corner of lot
1 in block 26, and thence running north
on the west line of blocks 26 and 25 to
the place of beginning, and containing
all lots, lands and premises within said
district, which said lots, lands and
premises are benefited by said repair,
and which are as follows:
The north half of blocks 26. 60, 61 an 1
62 in that port of the City of Astoria
as loid out and recorded by John Mc
Clure, and the south half of blocks 23,
59, 58, and 57, in McClure'a Astoria, and
the south half of tract or block "A" in
McClure's Astoria, as laid out and re
corded by the Astoria Real Estate &
Exchange Co., and all of block 136 in
that part of the City of Astoria as laid
out and recorded by John M. Shively.
in Clatsop County, Oregon.
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Common Council of the City of
Astoria has declared its determination
and intention to establish the grade on
Columbia avenue from the east line of
Lincoln Avenue to the West line of Mel
bourne Avenue, so that the grade when
so established will be on the following
elevations above the base of grades,
On the North half of the street tt
th East line of Lincoln Avenue at 10$
ft, above th base of grades, and In tha
writer line id th street at 110 feet
abov tli Us of grade on
th North lid of th itret and 110 ft,
above the base of grades in the center
line of the street; at the Southwest
corner of Block 19 t 132 ft. at the
North Un of the itreet, and 134 ft in
the center line of the street) at the
East line of Melbourne Avenue at 117
ft. above th base of grade on the
North line of the street and at 122 ft
at th center Una of th itreet; at the
West Un of Melbourne at 120 ft. above
the base of grade at the North line
of the street, and 129 ft. above the base
of grade , at the center line of tha
treet, and on the South half of the
atreet the grade shall be as follows:
At the Eaat line of Lincoln Avenue at
the South line of the atreet at 112 ft.
at the center line of the (treet 110 ft.
at the. west line of Lincoln Avenue at
the South line of the street 112 feet,
and at the center line at 110 ft above
the but of grade, and at the South
west corner of Block 19 in Taylor As
toria at 130 ft. above the base of
grade at the South line of Columbia
Avenue and 134 feet at the center line
of Columbia Avenue. At the East line
of Melbourne Avenue at 140 feet above
the base of grade on the South line
of Columbia Avenue and 138 ft, above
the base of grades at the center line of
Columbia Avenue at the west line of
Melbourne Avenue, 142 ft at the South
line of Columbia Avenue and 140 ft
it the center line of Columbia Avenue.
Auditor and Police Judge of the City
A' torla, Oregon. August 6tb, 1906.
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Portland Landing - - Alder St. Dock
Astoria Landing - . CallenJer Dock
K. B. SCOTT, Agent, Portland
Callender Navigation Co., agent Astoria.
PHOXE 2211 MATX
Means more than your mere
transportation if It is over
It means that you will have
every luxury and comfort the
utmost courtesy from all employ
es safe trip and ci that will
be s pleasure and delight. It is
Short Line to
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AND BEST AS WELL.
Anything you wish to know
about comfortable trawling will
be gladly told by.
K. V. HOLDER, Gen. Agt,
153 Third St - Portland, Ore.
NEW AND FIRST-CLASS DINING-
ROOM. ALL THE HKST THE
01'E.V DAV AND NIGHT.
Corner Moth and Aitor fetresis.