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About The morning Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1899-1930 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1906)
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, I90O.
THE MORNING ASTORIA,' ASTORIA, OREGON.
Latest Quotations In the Portland
ComfUU Market Report Corrscttd !
Oaf Civlni th Wholeaal Prfcw vt
Commodity, Farm Proton and Vg
PORTLAND, Sept. 20.-Tlt9 season
for cranlierrle In now fairly on ami the
arrival of car lot from tin Eastern
bog direct attention to the Oregon
There are large bK at Tillamook,
Coo Ray and Ilwaeo, nd tltwlr rultrVk
Uob naa progressed eteaiily for 10 or
15 year. Jut why thla market should
bring In Caw Cod berrlt, where there
should be a eufllcletit crop on our
Oast, le a matter) of ronsldernble con
n''Atrt by those' Interested.
It la aald by th fruit trade that the
Eastern berriee are superior In aome re
aperti to the locally grown, and It It
Jto aald that aom difference of opln
Ion exlte between dealera and growers
1 to value.
Quotations are about uniform along
the etrevt at $9 per barrel,
The eteamer nostwk brought up
quite a large line of vegetables under toe.
limn i, rout and aome other garden
tiin'k made up the shipment. The (tuff
arrived In K'kkI nhnpe, and was moving
today satisfactorily, Two care of aweH
potntoe were delivered on the etreet to
day. Potatoee are In much better eup
ply than for noma time past, the far
mere evidently having wakened up to
the fart that a good market awaited
their product. Some little Inquiry from
the South li reported, though not of un-
uual proportion for the time of year.
Local demands were filled promptly.
Grata, flour, Feed.
Wheat-Walla Walla, Mcj Valley, 7cj
Lluatem, 69cj rd, 02c
CMU-Whlte, $23.00 gray, 122.00.
Core Whole, 127 1 crckr 128 per
Barley Brewing, $22.00) feed, 121
Rye 1.W per ewt
Buokwbet-4M.OO per toe
Flour Herd wheat patent, $100 j
itralgbt, 13.33 1 graham, $3.50) rye 13.00;
frbol wheat flour, $3.75 1 Valley flour,
!3.M3.M Dakota, $3..V)(g8.WJ East
ra rye, 8.40( Mlsbury. 0i0( CorvmlUf,
MilUtunV-Middilnge, t24(?25; chop.
IUi bran. 110; thorte, f 17,
Hay-Valley, timothy, $11 12.50;
lUstern Oregon, $1816 clover, $78;
heat. $T.fi08; alfalfa, $11.
Grain bag Foreign and dometic.
8 3 4c.
Butter Country creamery, 2S($26cj
city creamery, 30cj ttore, 161Sjcj but-1
ter fat, 281c
Poultry-Old rooetera, 80c) bene,
fJlQUcj fryer and groiler, 14c;
dr'Vd chickena, 1415ct geete, live,
fii dressed, lllloj turkeya, live,
1017ct dressed, lT20c duck, old,
Viomlnalj apring duck, ll121ci plgeont,
cr dozen, 1.001.28j aquab. $l.782.
Honey-Dark, I0llo amber, 12(3
3c j fancy white, 14 15c.
Cheese Young America. 14J15c;
jpregon full cream, (lata, 13J14c.
Egg Froh Oregon ranch, 27271c;
Fresh Meat and Flah.
Fresh MeaU Veal, medium, 75 to 100
pi.. 7i8cj 100 to 150 lbs., 771oj 160
to tOO lb, C0cj 200 lb and over, 4(3
Be j pork, 8(jJR0) heavle, 78oj beef,
bull, 2ff3o eowa, 4i$Cij tteeri, 5o
80 1 mutton, medium tine, 77cj
large, 60o Spring lamb, 8(Pio,
Clam Hardshell, per box, $2,00; ra
or claims, (2 per box.
Oytter Shoalwater Bay, per gallon,
$2.28 1 per tack, $4.00; Eaatem tram
planted, $1.00 per 100.
Fisb-Hallbut, Sum black cod, 7c j
bam, per lb., 20c j barring, 8c j flounder,
Be) catfish, Do; (liver tmelt, Co; ebrimp,
10cj perch, 6c; tturgeon, 10oj 10a trout,
12k j greyllngi, 8c j sllveralde, 5 8c.
Urd-Kettl-renderd Tiercee, lite
tuba, llo 80. Hioi 20t, life, 10., 12cj
aa, 12lej Standard pure, Tleroea, lOJoj
tuba 10oj 50a, 10oj 20, lOlej 10a, llcj
5a, lfljo. Compound, Tiercee, 7icj tub,
7c 80s, Ttcj t0, 9iri 61, 9c.
Cabbage rer lb, 2oj cauliflower, uo
(51.10 per doxen) parsley, 28c per down j
hotbouM lettuce, $125(jl.50 box; head,
40o dotem aplnach, 8(Bc; cucumbert,
local hotboue, 60c per box; artichokes,
6078o Pr doienj peat. 4(g5cj beau,
68c garlle, lOcj red peppers, dry, liO
?2flj bell, 60c box; green onion, 124.C
doxen bunches; green corn, 2i15i
doaen; celery, 88 880 down bunchet;
egg plant, 102Cc lb.; okrs, $1.75 Pr
Potatoes New, In country, 75(280 per
cwt.j tweet potatoes, 2J3o lb.
Moloaa-Oantaloupes, $101.28 per
crate; watermelons, 755 $1.00 per cwt;
eatsba, $2(12.60 doten.
Turnip Per sack, 00c$1.00j car
rote, $1.00n1.226i beets, $18; radish-
(. lt15c doien buuehet.
Tomatoea-28c: green, 2 tier, Oregon,
S80 box Summer squash, 60c box.
Tropical frulte Bananaa, 6c per lb;
pineapples, $4.50(5 per down; lemons,
rancy, $8 choice, $S6.60; standard,
HAQ box; oranges, fancy navel. i
tMi Med. sweets, $3.78(4.00 box; grape
Volt. $4(4.80 crate! lime, 78o per 100,
Domeetle fruit Strawberries, local.
rfl.:82.25 eraU apricot, $1.60 2
orate; peaches, $1118 box; plum, 118
3 1.60 box; cherries. 75crel.25 craU;
bulk. 48o per lb; gooaeberrlva, 67o
Flg WhIU. lb. 07e black, 637c.
Dates Golden. 80-lb boxes, 7e; Mb
pckage, 8c; Fard, 181b boxes, $1.40
Candled peels Citron, 10-lb boxes, 88c
lb) 6-lb boxes, 2Sci lemon peeL 10-lb
boxes. 18e lb; 61b boxes, 15o; orange
peel, 10-lb boxes, 15c lb) 8-lb boxes,
Provisions Ilams, to elre, 141c; hams,
picnic 10ic; bacon, regular, 181c; bacon.
fancy breakfast 20c i dry salt side, lljc;
back dry salt, 11 l-4c
PVklad goods-Pickled pigs' fe.-t -
barrels. $8; -barrels, $2.78; 18-lb kiU,
$1.23; pickled tripe, i barrel". $8.00; i-
barrels. $3.76; 1ft lb kite, $116; pickled
pigs' tongues, 1 benvls, $8; J-barrels. $3;
16-lb kits, $1.60; pickled lambs' tongues,
I barrels, $0; i-barrels, $8.60; 15 lb kit.
Salt-Balet of 75-2s, bale. $1.60; bales
of 00-3a, bale, $1.60; bale of 40-4. bale,
$1.00; bale of 15-10, bale, $1.00; bugs,
60c; fine, ton, $12.00; bag, 80 lbs, genu-,
Ine Liverpool, ton, $18.00; bags, 50 lbs,
i ground, 100a, ton. $0.00; R. 8. V. P.,
20 5-lb carton, $2.25; R. S. V. P, 24 31b
cartons, $1.78; Liverpool lump, ton.
Nut Walnuts, No.'l. soft shell, 17c;
No, hard shell, 10o; Cliile, 13c; almonds,
1718c; fllberU, 18c; Braiils, 18c; pe
can, 13i15c; hickory, 8o; Virginia pea
nut, 60 j Jumbo Virginia peanuts, 80 ;
Japanese peanuts, 5c; chestnuts, Italian,
14c; cocoanuta, dozen, 6S00c.
Ollv oil California ,por gallon, $2.75;
quart, per cae, dozen, $715; pints, 2
dosvn, $8.50; ( pints 4 dozen, $0.
Canned aalmon Co;utiibia River, 1-lb
Ulls, 1.85; 2 lb talis, $2.80; fancy, Mb
flats, (2.00j l ib fancy flats, $l,26j fancy
Mb oval, $2.75; Alaska tails, pink, 00c;
M, $1.46; nominal, 2(, tall, $2.00,
Coffee Mocha 2428o Java, fancy,
2()32c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, or
dinary, 1720o; Cost Rica, fancy, 18
20o Costa Rica, good, 12(?18c; Ar
bucklii, IO10 per lb; IJon, 14!o pet lb;
Columbia coffee, 14c Salvador, WW
PRISONERS ATTACK JAILOR.
Thlrtyvflve Inmate Keep Officer at
Bay tot Four Hours.
CHICAGO, Sept. 20. A dispatch to
the Tribune from Knoxville, Tenn.,
"Thirty-five negro prisoners, Includ
ing 18 murdenera, two of whom are
sentenced to die, rebelled agalimt the
jailer at the Knox county jail last
night, refusing to go from the corri
dor Into their cell. Four hours they
kept the officers at bay. All were In
closed behind bare. Four officers were
cut with bottles thrown by the pris
oner and C, A. Reedcr, Jr., aged 12,
son of the sheriff, wa slightly cut.
The Jailer turned the hose on the re
fractory negroes, but this frenzied
them. The negroes finally captured the
Iiok and turned it upon the officer and
then attacked the latter with bottles,
plates, cups and saucers and with
broomhandle on the end of which open
knives were fastened.
Three of the officers were hemmed In
by the negroet and had to draw their
pistols In order to get out of range of
the bottles. The rfnival of the sheriff
and police finally quelled the negroes,
The trouble Is said to have resulted
from th negroe leading of the At
PERUNA AS FUEL.
W. C. T. U. of Chicago Hold MHoue
Warming" and Medicine Burn.
CHICAGO. Repti. 20.-The Women's
Christian Temperance Union hat dis
covered a new uo for whiskey and
patent medicines, against the use of
which as beverages the organization has
made a world-wide fight for the last
half century. Today at the Cook coun
ty W. C. T. U. convention at th Firet
Mcthpdistj Episcopal church, th wo
men will demonstrate the use of these
liquor aa "Illuminating fluids."
Whiskey of various brands and sev
enty "popular" patent medicines will
be burned In genuine lamp fashion. The
demonstrating will be conducted by the
medical temperance department of the
union, of which Dr. Mary Wild Paul-
ton of the Hinsdale Sanitarium, is the
"Why, they will bum just like an al
cohol lamp," said Dr. Paulson. "We
do not change the Ingredient! of the
medicines. We just pull out th corks,
Insert wicks beneath 'mantle' burner
and they burn brightly. This Is one
of the plainest experiment we know
of to show the lartfe quantity of alco
hol in patent medicines."
The women figure that tney have
enough of the medicine and whiskey
on hand to illuminate the room today
and this evening,
TIDE TABLE, SEPTEMBER
unday . ,
rlday . ..
unday ., .
'riday . . ,
tondny . ,
riday . ..
uniioy , ,
0:30 8.7 1:24 8.1
1:20 8.8 1:67 8.2
2:00 8.2 2:30 8.2
2:40 7.7 3:08 8.2
3:21 7.3 3:40 7.0
4:03 6.7 4:16 7.8
4:63 6.2 4:87 7,6
6:50 5.7 5:45 7.3
7:01 5.0 6:44 7.2
8:18 5.0 7:48 7.1
0:28 6.0 8:61 7.3
10:17 0.6 0:50 7.6
11:00 7.1 10:42 8.0
11:40 7.011:30 8.4
0:10 8.012:63 8.6
1:01 8.7 1:30 8.0
1:47 8.0 2:08 9.0
2:M 8.3 2:47 9,0
3:26 Y.8 3:30 8.0
4:23 7.2 4:20 8.6
5:20 6.0 6:15 8.2
8:47 0.2 6:23 7.0
8:12 6.3 7:88 7.7
0:28 6.7 8:65 7.7
110:21 7.1 0:03 7.8
11:07 7.0 HsOO 8.1
11:45 8.011:47 8.2
Low Water, ,
Wednesday . ..
Thursday . 13
Friday . 14
Tuesdav . 1 ..... . 18
Monday . . .
Tuesday . .
Friday . ..
A. M. PM
6:68) -0.3 6: 00 2.6
0:40-0.4 0:84 2.2
7:10-0.2 7:35 1.0
7:53 0.2 8:10 1,7
8:27 0.8 8:47 1.0
8:58 1.3 8:27 1.6
0:28 1.010:07 1.7
10:05 2.510:52 1.7
10:47 3.1 11:42 1.8
0:40 1.812:33 4.0
1:42 1.7 1:50 4.1
2:48 1.6 3:07 4.1
3:48 1.1 4:08 3.7
4:35 0.7 4:50 3.2
5:20 0.4 5:43 2.6
6:00 0.3 6:22 1.8
6:41 0.2 7:00 1.2
7:1 0.4 7:43 0.7
7:50 0.0 8:28 0.4
8:40 1.2 0:15 0.3
0:28 1.810:18 0.3
10:17 2.511:08 0.5
0:18 0.012:25 3.6
1:33 0.7 1:48 3.8
2:48 0.0 3:11 8.5
3:63 0.4 4:10 3.0
4:48 0.3 6:14 2.4
5:30 0.3 5:50 1.0
THE BREATH OF LIFE.
It't a elifniflcant fact that the strong
est animal of Hi size, the gorilla, also
hag the largest lungs. Powerful lungs
meant powerful creatures. How to keep
the breathing organs nglit snoum oe
man' cbiefest study. Like thousands
of others, Mrs. Ora A. Stephens of Tort
Williams, O., hat learned how to do
this. She writes: "Three bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery stopped my cough
of two years and cured mo of what my
friends thoucht consumption. O .It's
grand for throat and lung troubles."
Guaranteed by Chns. Rodger, Druggist.
Price 50o and $1.00. Trial bottle tree.
NEW AND FIRST-CLASS DINING
ROOM. ALL THE BEST THE
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ,
Corner Ninth end A -tor fotreet.
rhone Black 2184.
WILL HELP SOME. '
IIONU KONG, Sopt. 2!. The Chinese
subscription fund for the beneflt'of the
sufferers by the recent typhoon has
reached the sum of $30,000. This in
eludes an additional contribution of $3,
000 from the viceroy of Canton, .$(1,000
from charitable Institutions of Canton,
1,000 tnels from Shanghai and 300
pounds sterling from a British source.
"TO CURE A FELON,"
says Sam Kendall of PliilHpsburg, Kan.,
"just cover It over with Bucklen'a Arni
ca Salve and the Salve will do the rest."
Quickest cure for Burns, Bolls, Sores
Scalds, Wounds, Tiles, Eczema, Sail
Rheum, Chapped Handsi Sore Feet and
Sore Eyes. Only 25c at Chas. Rogers'.
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"V Circular nut a request
NO MATTER WHERE LOCATED
Properties and Business of all kind sold
quickly for cash in all part of th
United state. Don't wait. Writ to
day describing what you have to tell
and give cash price on same.
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me your
requirement. I can save you time and
DAVID D. TAFF,
415 Kansas Avenue.
T0PE1CA, . KANSAS.
No fee charged un-
1 collection i
mad. Wt make col
I lections In all part
of the United State.
413 Kansas Ave.
ANTHONY P. WILSON, Attorney
V Who i known
C (throughout the United
. Tat-fr.-itrjavi. wonderful cure.
No poison nor drug used. He guaran
tee to euro catarrh, asthma, lung and
throat trouble, rheumatism, nervousness,
stomach, liver, and kidney, female com
plaints and all chronic disease.
SUCCESSFUL BOMS TREATMXNT.
If you eannot call write for symptom
blank and circular, Inclosing 4 oents In
THE C GEE WO MEDICINE CO.
102 First St. Corner Morrison,
Plaaaa mention tb Aetorian
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Commencing Monday, May H
Win Make Round Trips Dally Except
and Way Ports-
Steamer Tclcgrnpli from Portland
Leave Portland ....7-00 m-
Arrive Astoria. i ...1.-00 p. m.
Bteamer Telccrapli from Astoria
Leave Astoria........... 2:!W p- m
Arrive 1'orUiind 9KX)p.m
MEALS 8ARVED A LA CARTE"
Steamer Telegraph will stop at way land,
tnxs botli down and up river when having
paHscngors to land or by being signalled'
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Astoria Landing CallonJer Dock
E. B. SCOTT, Agent, Portland
Callender Navigation Co., agent Astoria.
PHONE 2211 MAIN.
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Anything you wish to know
about comfortable traveling will
be gladly told by.
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153 Third St. Portland, Or.
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You wouldn't employ a "sloppy" sales
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For detailed information, rates, etc., call on or address
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