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THURSDAY, MAY 93, igo;.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
M0BCA1C ART PURCHASE.
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TO GUARD SHIPS against the unseen danger! at tea,
tbf United Statea Oovernment maintaina lighthouses.
To guard your home against the un
seen dangers of food products, the Government-has
enacted a pure food law. The
lawcompcls the manufacturers of baking
powder to 'print .the irfgredients on the
label of each can.
v Tba Oovernment hat made the label your protection-'
to that you can avoid alum-read it carefully, if it does not
ay pure cream of tartar hand it back and
ROYAL is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder a pure
product of grapes aida the digestion adda to the health
, iulneaa of food r ,
Domestic fruitsApples, common,
(1.55CI; fancy, (ifll.jo bos. .
uotations in the Portland
Complete Market Rsoerta Correoted
lash Day, Glvlno tho Whelosal
Prises of CemmedHIee, Farm Pro.
dues and Vegetables.
PORTLAND, May 22. Orrsongrnwn
bcrrlrs sre daily becoming mora plenti
ful, and uplii In limited quantities
are coming in from some points in
Wsililiigton. Within a week there will
bo an abundant of tli bet home
grown btrriea , available. Oregon stock
it today selling at (3.78 to 14.30 a
The following art quotauoni ruling
la Portland aa reported by Jobban In
tba varloua linn':
Grain, Flour, Feed.
Wheat Club, 80cj Valley, 80o; blue-
IIai m.A 10m
, V.V, tfU .t
Flour Hard wheat patent, 15.60;
straight, M; graham, (404,50: rye, fS;
whole wheat flour, (4.25K75s Val
ley flour, (4.1f; Dakota, (8(.!5:
Eaatern rye, $6.60: Pltsburg, f(.Tt;
Cereal food Rolled oate, cream,
0-lb. sacks, IT lower grade, 15.50
1.60; oatmeal, ateel cut, 45-lb, taoka,
It bbl.; -lb. seeks, (4.25 per bale;
oatmeal (ground), 45-lb. aacka, 17.110
per bbl; Mb. aacka, 14 per bale; apllt
paaa, 14.25 per 100-lb. aacka; SS-lb.
boxes, (1.25; pearl barley, (4 per 100
lba.; (5-lb. boxee, (US per box;
paatry flour, 10-1b. aacka, (2.80 per bbl.
Oata White, (20; gray, (21.80.
wVM 11- ?T f ) vsvswt e"
Barley Browing, (22.80O28.50; feed
(22(922.50; rolled, (2.S0924.50,
Bye (1.45491.10 Pr owt
Buokwheat (88 per ton, v
Mltlaturts Middlings, (25; chop,
(15; bran, (17; ahorta, (18.10. . ,
Grain bags Foreign and domestic,
Hay Valley, timothy, (154918;
Eastern Oregon, 81618; clover, (7
(7.50;, cheat, (707.60; alfalfa, (11.60;
grain hay, (7 8; vetch, (7.50 8.
. ' Frulta. ,
Tropical frulta Bananas, BViO per
pound; lomona, (6 6 box; orangea,
(88.75; grape frut, (8.50 crate; llmea,
75c1.25 per 100; tangerine", (2 box;
strawberries, 15-pound crate, (1.(049
(2.00; homo-grown, Wlto pound!
Dried frulta Apples, evaporated, 8tt
9o lb.; apricots, 20c; peaohes, 18ftoi
pears, 18ttl prunes, Italian, 4Ho;
French, 48o; figs, California blacks,
IKo; California whites, 80s Smyrna,
20c; plums, pitted, 60,
Cabbage Pound, (8e; caull
flower, 76cll per doxeo; parsley, (5c
per doien; hothouse lettuce, (2 per
box, bead, 40c doxen; aplnach, per box,
(1.28; artichokes, 75c4Jl per dosen;
Alaska peas, 8c; telephone peas, 10c
lb.; okra. (1.78; tomatoes, Mexican,
(2.5098.76; Florida. (404.50; Oregon
rhubarb, 8S 4c;. cucumbers, (2(.(0
dosen; eatplant, (8o lb.; Cuban pep-
uera, 88 crate; asparagus, (1.15 box.
Potatoes Facy, (2 per ewt -Onions
' Turnips Per sack, (2; carrots, (2.26
aack; beets, (2.2602.50; horseradish,
la per pound.
Butter Country creamery, s 20
I24e: city creamery, 22Vc; store, 15
l(c; butter fat, 21c
Eggs Oregon ranch, 17H18c
Cheese Young America, l"l7He;
Oregon full cream, flats, 18tte.
Poultry Old rooalers, (10c; hena,
4c; mixed, 18Vc; fryers. 2022HC;
broilers, 224 4J 25c; dressed, 11V4
higher than live; ducks, old 1214o;
younJ, 1718c; geese, live, 8c; dress
ed, 10llc; pigeons, 11.85 per
Joien; (uabs, (22.(0 per doien.
Honey Dark, 10Hllc; amber, 12
13c; fancy white, 14 15c.
Fresh Meats an Fish.
Fresb meats Veal, medium, 75 to
100 lbs., I I l-2c; 100 to 150 lba, 7
l-2o to 8c; 150 to 100 lbs.. (01 1-lc;
200 lbs. and over, 6 1-1 0 (c; pork, 84
O (c; beavies, 7 (0; beef, bulla, (
812c; cows, I (0; ateerc, 8 0 7o;
mutton, medium also, ( O 10c; large
7 49 to.
- Fish halibut, tl-Sc; black cod, (0;
black bass, per lb 18o; striped bass,
18o; herring, 5c; flounders, (c; catfish,'
12c; shrimp, lOo; perch, 8c; aturgeon,
It I-80; sea trout, , 18o; sllverst'des,
frosen, tc; steelheads, llo; torn cod
7o; smelts, 60; Chinook salmon, 12 1-2
Oysters Shoalwater bay, per gal
lon, (2.25; per sack, (4.60; Toke Point,
(1.80 per 100; Olymplaa, 120 lba, (6;
Olymplaa, per gallon, (2.25.
Clams Hardaholl, per box, (2.40; ra-
sor clams; (2 per box. ,
per lb, 17 19c; kip, No, 1, 17 O 20c
according to else. Dry salted bulls
and stags, one-third less than dry
flint; low grades t-lt 2o per lb, less
salted steers, 10 lba. and up, It O llo
under (0 lba, steers and cows, t 10
0; stags and bulls, To; kips. It to 10
lbs, lOo per lb.; calf, It to 14 tba. lie;
calf, under It lba, 11 12c; green, nn
salted, lo per lb. less; ahsepsklns,
shearlings. No. 1, II tto; short wool.
No, 1, 40 O 10c each; medium wool,
No, 1, (1 49 L19 each; murrain pelts,
10 to 19 per cent less; horse hides.
salted, (L60 to 8, according to atse;
dry, according to atse, (1 (9 (LIS; colt.
28 tOo each; Angora, wooled, lOo O
(1.50; goat, common, 16 O 25o each.
Grooerlea, Provisions, Eto,
Sugar, sack baals D. (5.77 Mi
S'.ar, (5.87H; Pacific Ceast. 85.474
Golden C, 85.174: Extra C, (5.874
powdered, (5.87 4: cube, (5.874; fruit
sugar, 85.77 4; boxes, 500 ewt. advance
over sack baals (less 4 c tf paid for
In 15 days.)
Beans-rSmatI white, 8c; large
white, 84c; pink, 84c: bayou. 8o
I.lmst, 64o; Mexican reds, 4c.
Coffee Mocha, 24 28c; Java, fancy,
262Sc; Java, good, 2024c; Java, or
dlnary, 1720c;' Costa Rica, fancy,
154c17c; Coata Rica, good, 1215c
Arbuckle, (16.68 ewt; Lion, 1540 per
lb.; Colombia coffee, 14c; Salvador,
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, 5.95c
Southern Japan, 54&54c; broken,
44c; head, fancy, 6c; choice, 6c.
Sngo and tapioca Scarce; 54o lb.
Figs White, lb, 87o; black, 6
tard Kettle-rendered, tierces, 12o;
tubs, 12c; 60s, 124o; 20s, 124c 10s,
134c; Is, 1140. Standard pure;
Tierces, lo less; compound, tierces,
84o; leaf, 13a
CHICAGO STREETCAR SITUATION.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Eto.
Hops Choice, I llo; prime, 8
( l-2o per lb.
Wool Valley, SI 22o; Eastern
Oregon, 18 18 l-2o; as to shrinkage.
Feathers Geese, white, 85 40c;
geese, gray or mixed, 25 tOo; duck,
white, 15 O 20o; duck, mixed, 12
Mohalr-Chotce. 28 29a
Cascara sagrada, (Chlttlm bark)
5 1-tOI 1-2 cts. per lb.
peeswax Good, clean anU pure, 22
25o per lb.
Tallow Prime, 8 1-3 0 4 I-80; No.
2 and grease, I to par lb. ,
Oregon grape root Per 100 lba., 3
Hides Dry No, 1, 16 lbs. and up,
Men Will Turn Company's Offer Down
Means Another Strike!
CHICAGO, May .-Threatening la
bor situation on the Chicago City Rail
wav lines became more acute yesterday
when President Mitten failed to reach
an understanding with a committee of
enmlovcr attar a conference which
lasted three hours. Only ten days re
main before the company's offer to the
men will expire, and the union has
called a meeting for next Saturday
night in expectation of having to take
President Mitten told the employes'
committee that he will make a formal
reply to the demands. It is expected
the answer will be in the negative and
that the company will inform the union
of its intention to gtand by its original
proposal which carried with it a seven
per cent increase in pay for all train
and barn employes.
The demands reiterated yesterday by
the1' union oommittee, embrace a wage
advance amounting to over 30 per cent,
10-hour day, and conditions which
mean practically a "closed shop" on the
South Side lines. . .
87 Morning Astorlan, 60 cents per
month, delivered by carrier.
Buys lioentschel Collect Ion Considered
' Greatest la the World.
XKW YOlilC, May WAnnoiime
went k made h're today that J. Pier
pont Mwgan Las' piirchsned In Pari..
fr, more tlmri, 1 1,000,00a the great
liM'jilt'ln'l collect lun of carvinge, sta
tuary and furniture, mmUerei by ex
erts the greatest sem!ilaKe of ob-jn-t
of the applied arts and crafts in
the world, Conwrnlrig the negotiation
and ale of It the grcatt, crwy, it Is
ald, has vvn maintained for months
owing to a belief that if it became defi
nitely known that it was sold to an
American, an effort would be made by
the authorities abroad to prevent its
Many of Its carvings, panels and
puintiiijM were token in times of vio
lence from churches, cathedrals and
palaces, and others are of such Import
mice that there was good ground for
the apprehension that they might be In
tome way detained, although France ha
as yet no such drastic prohibition on
the exportation of art works as that
obtained in Italy.
News has been received that the last
consignment or splendid collection was
on Its way to the United States and
that there we no longer any cause for
fear of official Interference. Mr. Mor
ltn has not yet decided what dispoei
Hon he may make of the entire collec
tion, but it l Uted that he has al
ready given a part of It to the Metro
politnu Museum of Art, where jie i
Every woman of refinement appro
elates a radiant, beautiful complexion,
which l ao much admired by men.
Such complexions come to all who use
Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea. Tea
or Tablets, 35 cents. Frank Hart
East and West Join and Endeavor "To
SEATTLE, May 21. A telegram
brought the information today that the
National Foundrymen's Associstion at
Detroit has decided to co-operate with
the Pacific Coast Foundrymen's Asso
ciation in sn effort to break the strike
which exists in several branches of the
Iron tradea along the coast and will
make a determined effort to send
enough men out to the coast to enable
every foundry, now closed or working,
to again run full blast.
ar i a
If you have a want that you wish to
advertiae step to your nearest phone
and "Phone If 40 The Attorian- No
need of wasting your time walking
blocks te do a thing that can be done
In your immediate surroundings. Call
up Main (61, ask for the want ad de
railment which is at your service.
W. C. LAWS a CO.
HEATING AND PLUMBING ENGINEERS.
Plans and estimates furnished on application.
All workJdone by First-Class Mechanics.
Shee t-Iron, Copper and Tin Work done in a first
class manner, as we do no other work in our shop.
H. B. PARXXR,
X. P. PARJOCR,
IF YOU DON'T
succeed the first tune use Herblne
and you will get instant relief. The
greatest liver regulator. ' A positive
cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia, Ma
larta, Chills and all liver complalnta.
Mr. O-i. of Emory, Texas, writes
'My wife haa been using Herblne for
beraelf and children for five years. It
la a sure cure for constipation and ma
larla fever, which Is substantiated by
what it has done for my family." Sold
by Hart's drug store. - '
Th only Steamboat making a round trip DAILY
exeoptTtiurMlay betwwo i'crllnd and Astoria
aou way poiots.
NO WAY POINTS ON 8UNDAY
Portland Lsmllnir, Alder Street Dock
Astoria Landing, Calleader Dock
Leare Portland 7:00 'a. m.: arrlm Aatoris. ! SO
p. m, utn Awri i:jup. ui.; arrive Portland
v;ov p. Ui.
Leave Portland 8 a. m.: arrire Antorla 1 n.m.
i iuraria a p. m., arnve roruana v p. m.
I u ts. a.
Steamer - Lurlinc
Night Boat for Portland and
Leaves Astoria daily except 8unday at
7 p. m. .". .
Leaves Portland Dally Except Sunday
J V ' at 7 a. m.
ulok Ssrvloe Excellent Meats
Good Bsrths. !
Landing Astoria Flavsl Wharf.
Landing Portland Foot Taylor St
G. B. BLESSING, Agent.
Phone Main ml .
' EUROPEAN PLAN.
First Class In Every Respeet
; Free Coach to the House.
Bar and Billiard Boom.
Good Check Heetaorant
V t -
Good Sample. Rooms oa Ground Floor
Oregon ' for Commercial Has.
Astoria & Columbia River R. R. Co
as; ao. . "a."
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P 7.00 StIOr PORTLAND
M0 t.WI OOBI.E
K 1B! RAINIER
a 8.M .S5; CL'INCY
a' .0 10.05 CLATHKAJilJE
5 9.4iil0.ll! CLIPTON
laiU SSI Ar ASTORIA Lv.
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8.15 S.9U. 11.351 Lv. ASTORIA Ar.
S.as 6,10 11-55 11.55! Ar. WARKENTON Lv;
8-36 .ll I2.0ii 1L55. Lv. WAKKENTON Ar.
S.45 (JM'12-U Ar. FT. HTEVENS Lv.
8.W S..' LU0 Lv FT. "STEVENS Ar
8.55 Ar. WAKRF.NTONLt.
8.55 H ! Lv.WARKKNTON Ar,
S tM .52i 12.0S' GLEN WOOD
.li 7.03! UMt CLATriOP
S.18 J.lli IJ.21I GHARHART
8.25 7JDi 12.301 Ar. SEASIDE Lv.
.ui'p.m D m p. mi
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a. ru p. m' n.m a. m
11Ji .50! v
10.451 8.401 S
10.r 8Jft a
7..W . J
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7.64 5.0S 2.n i(l.iS
I 7-.' 2.00! 10,14
7.14 4.54 .54
7.04 4.45 .4S
S.57 13SI .ss :
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p.raip m a.ui
Trains marked run dally.
CONNECTIONS At Portland, wl th all tran.f!nntlnntl llnu a
Qoble, with Northern Paclilo Railway Co. At AfttnrlA. with iIhihim
San Francisco and Tillamook and Ilw aco Railway & Navigation Ca'a boat
and railway. :
Through Ucketa sold to and from all oolnts East and rmn.
For further particulars apply to,
McOUDm R. R JENKINS,
Superintendent, Astoria, Or. GenL Frt. & Passgr. Agt I
TIDE TABLE, MAY
Low Water. A. M. P. M.
Date. h.m. ft fh.m. ft
Wednesday .. .. 1 8:87 -0.9 9:38 2.8
Thursday .. ... 2 10:32 -0.7 10:83 8.8
Friday 3 11:33 -0.3 11:48 8.5
Saturday ., ... 4 12:86 0.1
SUNDAY 6 1:18 8.4 1:49 0.4
Monday .. 6 8:23 8.0 2:50 0.T
Tuesday 7 8:89 2.4 8:48 1.0
Wednesday . .. 8 4:32 1.6 4:40 1.8
Thursday .. ... 9 5:23 1.0 5:20 1.8
Friday 10 8:07 0.8 8:10 1.7
Saturday .. ...11 6:48 0.1 6:48 2.1
SUN DAT .. ...12 7:27 -0.1 7:21 2.5
Monday .....13 8:02 -0.1 7:53 2:9
Tuesday 14 8:83 -0.1 8:23 8.8
Wednesday.. ..15 9:05 0.1 8:52 8.5
Thursday 16 9:38 0.S 9:28 8.8
Friday' 17 10:04 0.6 10:04 8.9
Saturday 18 10:54 0.7 11:10 8.9
SUNDAY 19.11:40 0.9
Monday 20 0:12 8.8 12:31 1.2
Tuesday ;21 1:25 8.4 1:27 1.4
Wednesday .. ,.23 2:26 2.8 2:25 1.6
Thursday .. ...23 3:28 2.0 8:24 1.8
Friday .. ......24 4:27 1.1 4:23 1.9
Saturday 25 6:18 0.3 5:15 2.0
SUNDAY .. ... 28 8:07 -0.8 6:03 2.2
Monday 27 6:661-1.2 6:68 2.4
Tuesday .. ....28 7:44 -1.5 7:43 2.6
Wednesday .. ,.29 8:33 -1.6 8:82 2.8
Thursday 30 9:24 -1.5 9:28 8.0
Friday 81 10:17 -1.1 10.:S1 8.1
High Water. I A. M.
Date. h.m. I ft
Wednesday .. .. 1 2:42 9.41
Thursday ..... 2 8:29 9.1
Friday .. s 4:851 8.6
Saturday 4 6:03 8.0
SUNDAY .. ... 5 6:47 7.6
Monday .. 6 8:07 7.3
TuRSriav . . 71 Q.MI t A
Wednesday .... 810:24 7.6
inursaay .. ... 9 11:17 7.7
Friday ., ......10
Saturday .. ..H 0:06 8.8
SUNDAY 12 0:37 8.91
Mondav . . - 19 1-ns a s
-j -All .VAl -8 S m
xnursaay 16 2:40 8.3
Frldft v .1? .i o
Saturday .. ...18 slee 7.6
SUNDAY .. ...19 4:47 7.3
Mondav .. .... .snl s-isl a s
Tuesday .. ...121 7:02 6.6
Wednesday .. ,,22 8:17 6.6
rnursaav . i q9q a n
Tiday 84 10:28 7.2
Saturday ,..25111:20 7.5
Monday .. ...i.27 0:05 9.8
Tuesday .. ,...28 0:49 10.0
Wednesday ,. ..29 l:8S 9.9
Thursday .. ...sn a
Friday .. ......81 8:131 9.21