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FRIDAY. AmiL 2, 1909,
. TIIE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTOBIA, OREGON.
1 he Daily Market Report
PORTLAND, April l.-Thn egg
thl inonlli will drop but little If at
II below the 20-cent level ii the be
lief ol tome of th leading local deal
er. On of them ld today:
"The trade need not thit year look
for Ut year'a egg pricei In April,
the month of heaviest production. At
(hi rime In 1908 there were accumula-
I tlona of egg in the Front treet
I itorei that made the market weak
affair, and pricea for a tithe were
down to Id and 17 cent, The demand
in the North fell off largely and Eaut-
'era egg were avauuuie at price tnai
made the maintenance of anything
like a good market a difficult thing' ,
i There wa a alightly wenker feeling
in the butter trade today, and aome
jdenlert look for
;the near future.
further decline In
In this (late and
- If, I . I. ..it 1- L-....,
5 'and the Sound market are the prln
i 'clpal outlet for the two atate. In
. .the South the trend I oward weak
; Jne and the heavy ihlpment that r
. coming In from that quartrr naturally
ihave a depreing effect here, The
f chance are that city creamery will
' drop to 30 cent early In the present
M Cheese continue very icarce and
firm at the price of the peat two
week .and dealer look for no imme
diate change. The hut ihlpment th it
came in from Tillamook In ulready
practically out of dealer' hand.
Halibut U the nioit plentiful of fnh
In the local market, Liberal aupplie
are coming from the Flattery Coa.t
and elsewhere, and a a result the
price waa lowered to 6 cent a pound
today, In other fnh generally there
wa no change. The almon iiupply
I tlll moderate, coming for the mot
Jpart from the Sacramento river, but
Sine high price at which the fish it
eld tend to restrict consumption.
fhere were practically no raior clam
n the market today, life remit of
ktormy weather on the Coat for the
att few day.
Thu far this week poultry arrival
lave thown no excfn over the de-
inand, and a regard fryer and
roller the aupply ha been abort of
enulrement. The market cone-
kuently ha been firm and bid fair
lo remain o through the week.
In country dreed meat the mar-
et ha weakened slightly, though
rice thin far have held up fairly
well. Both veal and pork have come
Y Jftber freely for aome day, and
otn met tor tne tme are a nue now.
Grain, Flour..Hay. Etc.
Wheat-Track price: Club, $1-10;
iluentem, $1.20; turkey red, $1 12;
-d Ruian, $1.08; Valley. $1.10.
FlourPatent, $5.65; atraight.
.55O4.80; expert, $4.00; Valley.
1.40; 1 1-4 aack graham, $5 20; whole
heat, $5.40; rye, $5.50. '
Barle Feed, $33 50; rolled. $33
: brewing. $31-50.
Oat-No. 1 white, $39; gray, $31
Hay Track price: Timothy -
lllamette Valley, $1416; Eaatern
iregon. $17.50; alfalfa, i(pjis;
over, $13(314; cheat, $14(315;
MilltulT-Bran, $265526.50; mid-
ling, $33; ihorta, $2930; chop.
"amt-10-12 lb., 141c; 1416 tb.,
lr. 18-20 lb.. 141c.
Dresied Meat Hog, fancy 91
ordinary 8Gfi9c large 7c; veal,
ittra 10 cent, ordinary 89c, heavy
:; mutton, fancy 67c
Bacon Breakfatt 17i21c, picnic
ic: cottatre roll. He: regular ahort
L... . K. nL.J 1 tie An unimnkeit
HCttls, illtunvu miv
Ec; clear back, untmoked 12k. do
moked 131c; thoulder. He.
Lard-Kettle leaf, 10a, 14!c; do
i. 141c: do 50-lb. tin, 141c; iteam
fcndered. 10. 131c; do, 5a, 13ic; com-
lound, 10a, 91c
Butter, Egga and Poultry.
Butter Extras, 32c; fancy, 3032c;
tore, 1820c. ' '
Cheee Full cream twin, 17(52171;
kill cream triplet, 1717c; Young
Kmerica. 18c: : creani brick, 20c;
twit block, 20c; Llmburger, 18
Egg Select Oregon, 2021c.
Poultry Mixed chicken, 15151c;
lancy hens, 151(S216c: rooster, old 11
BlUc; broilers, 22i25c; dressed
loultry lc per pound higher; duck,
Lc, 20(5221c; geese, live, 910c; tur-
ley, live. 1718c; dressed, 2022c.
Frulu and Vegetable.
ApplesBest, $2.002.50 a box;
Potatoes Buying prices, $1.25(5
35 per hundred; sweets, $2.252.50
Onions -Buying price, $1-75 per
Fresh Fruit Oranges, $22.75;
tangerlnei, $1.25(311.50 box; lemon,
Sl.SOtfROO: grapea, Spaniih Malaga
$6(317. per cratei pearl, $1.7302 per
box; banana, 5iQoc per pouna,
Vegetablea-Turnlpa, $150 per
tack: beeta. St.50: ptrinipa, $1-50;
cabbage, $3.50(4.00; bead lettuce, 7Sc
per doxen; cucumbera, lum P"
dos.cn: ee ery, 14.50 per crate; arti
choke. 80c per dozen; beane, 25c
per pound; pea,, 15c per pound; to-
matoe. Mexican, 11.00(2)1.78; non-
da $150 per crate; quih, 2c per
pound; pepper, $1.75 per box; cauli
flower, $2.50; aparagui, 7(0lZtc per
Oysters, Clam and Ftah.
Oytert-Shoalwter Bay, per gal
Ion $2.25; per aack $4.50; Toke Point
$1.60 per 100; Olympia (120 lb.)
$6; Olympia, gallon, $2.25.
Fih Halibut, 6 cent ptr pound
black bat, 20 cent, itrrped bat
18c; herring, 51c; flounder, 6c;
catfish. 9c: ihrlmo, 121c; perch, 6c:
turgeon, 121c; tea trout, 15c; torn
cod, 8c; Mlmon, freh, ateelhead, 10c
Chinook. 121c: froxen ulmon, 8c. i
Canned Salmon Columbia river,
l ib, tall. $2: 2 lb. tal. $3, fancy,
l ib. flat, $2.15; lib. flat, $125;
fancy. Mb. oval, $2.75; Alaska tall,
pink 95c, red $1 40; nominal, 2, tall,
Clam Little neck, per box, $250:
raaor dam, $2 per box; crab. $1
$1 50 do en.
Hops, Wool, Hid, Etc
Wool Eaatern Oregon contract.
16218c per pound; Valley, 1819c.
Hop-1909 contract, 10c; 1908
crop; 771c; 1907 crop. 3c.
Cascara Sagrada (chittim bark) 5
6e per pound.
Oregon Graperoot Per 100 lb..
Hidea-Dry hide. No. 1. 1617c
tb: dry kip. No. 1, 15 16c; dry alt-
ed, one-third lc; dry calf. 18(2 19c;
alted ateer, 991c; alted cowi, 8c;
ttagt and bulls, 5c; kip, 10 11c; calf,
14fffil9c: areen tock. lc per pound
less; shceptkint, thcarllng, 2530c;
short wool, 5060c; medium and long
wool, according to quality, 75c&$I;
dry hore, 50c $1.50; dry colt, 25c;
angora, 80c$l; goat, common, 10
Sugar, Coffee, Etc.
Sugar (sack bl)-D. C, $5 90;
best. $5.70; Golden C, $5 30; extra C,
$5.40; powdered, $6 00; fruit or berry
sugar, $590; boxe, 55c ct. advance
over tack basi (lea I -4c If paid for
in 15 day).
Coffee Mocha, 2428c; Java, fan
cy. 2528c; Java, good, 2024c; Java,
ordinary, 1720e; Cota Rica, fancy,
1820c; Costa Rica, good, 1618c;
Arbuckle, $17.63 cwt; Columbia cof-
fee, 14c lb.; Salvador, Ul141c per
Rice Imperial Japan, No. 1, $635;
Southern Japan, $5.756; broken, 41c
head; fancy, $7775.
Salt-Bale of 7S-2, bale, $275;
bale of 60 3s, bale, $2.25; bale of
40-4s, bale, $225; bale of 15-10, bale,
$2.25; bags, 50s, fine, ton, $15; bags,
50c; genuine Liverpool, ton, $17; bags,
50c; genuine Liverpool, ton, $17; bags,
50. i-ground, $1350; 100, ton. $13;
R, S. V. P., 20 5 1b. cartron, $275;
R. S. V. P., 3-lb. carton, $175; Liv
erpool,, lump, per ton, $20.
Dried Fruits Apple. 81c per lt;
peaches, 1012c; pears, Ul14c;
Italian prunes, 56c; California figs,
white, In sacks, 71c lb.; black, 67c;
brick. 75c $2-25 per box; Smyrna,
1617lc tb; date, Persian, 617c lb.
Raisins Loose muscatels, 3-crown,
61c; 4-crown, 7c; bleached aeedless
Sultanas, 9112c; unbleached aeed
lcs Sultana, 61c; London lawers, 3
crown, whole boxea of 20 pounda, $2;
Nut Walnuta, 141c per pound; fil
berts, 16c; Braill. 16c; pecans, 14
20c; hickory, 10c; Virginia raw pea
nuts, 8c; Japan, 810c; chestnuts,
Italian 10c, Ohio 25c; cocoanuta. doi
en,. 90c$1.00; pine nut, 1012c; al
monds, 13c pound.
Oil, Lead, Etc
Benzine-V. M. and P. Naptha,
case, 201c; iron barrels, 131c.
Linseed Oil Raw, 5-barrel lots,
66c; 1-barrel lota, 67c; in cases, 73c;
boiled. 5-barrel lots, 68c; 1-barrel
lots, 69c; i casea, 75c
Turpentine In casea, 62c; in bar
rels, 591c gallon.
Coal Oil-Pearl and astral oil,
cases, 181c; per gallon; water white,
iron barrels, lie; eocene and extra
star, case, 211c; headlight oil, caaes,
20c; iron barrel, 18c; elalne. cases,
Turpentine In caaes, 65c; in bar
Gasoline Union and Red Crown,
barrels, 151c; casea, 221c Motor, bar
rels, 161c; cases, 231c. 86 degrees,
barrels, 30c; case. 371c Engine dia-
tlllate, barrel, 9c; caiei, 16c
Lead Net weight, package ton
lot 71c; 500-lb. tot, 8c; lets than 500
lb., 81c; red lead and litharge, le
higher than whit.
Ultimate Conaumert League I To
Taka Part In Agitation.
CHICAGO, April 1. Further pro
tout against the Payne bill wilt be
made tonight at a meeting of the
Ultimate Consumer Tariff League.
In an address the league tayt:
"Mr. Payne, author of the tariff
bill, ay that the ultimate consumer
make no objection to the proposed
tax on coffee, tea and other house
hold necessities. The Ultimate Con
sumer Tariff League ia organized for
the purpose of demonstrating' the
fallacy of this contention and putting
consumer on record in every practi
cal manner as being unalterably op
posed to the Imposition of any tax
whatsoever on coffee and tea and
other household necessities and for
the further purpose of devising an.J
putting into effect every legitimate
means of preventing audi calamity.
"This it not a local move, but will
he extended throughout the United
States. It means much to every con
sumer and more to every dealer."
8 U PLAYS AND PLAYERS. tt
Andrew Mack intends to go into
Neil lluriics is playing a condens
ed version Cf "The County Fair" in
Donald Robertson has been hon
ored with a degree of M. A. by the
Iowa State University.
Rose Stahl will open in "The
Choru Lady" at the Vaudeville
Theatef, Lindon, on April 19.
"Grieselda" is the title of the new
drama by Gearhardt Hauptmann,
to be published shortly.
William Collier' London appear
ance in "The Patriot" will be made
at the Duke of York' theater this
May Irwin say she will turn her
home on the Thousand Islands into
summer hotel and conduct it herself,
next summer ,
Miss Mary Roland, in John Drew's
company during the present season,
wa formerly leading lady in Robert
Honor Are Easy." a new play in
three acts by Kryle Bellew, is men-
ioned in the recent copyright an
nouncements from Washington.
Miss Lina Abarbanell will again he
seen in the role of Sonia in "The
Merry Widow" when it return to
the Colonel, New York, the last of
Walter Lawrence, former manager
of the Madison Square Theater, New
York, is soon going to launch a sketch
entitled "The Silent Witness," in
William J. Kelley has been engaged
by Cohan & Harris a leading man in
the company playing "The Majesty of
Birth," which is headed by J. E. Dod
son. as its' star. .
"Her Other Self" is the promising
itle of a new play by Stanislaus
Stange. which has just been contract
ed for by Lloyd Bingham for his
wife, Amelia Bingham, for production
( George V. Hobart, the author, and
Silvio Hein, the composer of "The
Boy and Betty," one of this season's
successes, are at work on a new musi
cal play, designed for the use of Miss
Henry B. Harris, it is reported, has
just accepted for production next fall
a new play by Edith Ellis, entitled
"The Nebraskan." Mis Ellis is the
author of "Mary Jane'a Pa." Edmund
Brecsc is to be featured.
Gabriel d'Anunzlo, the great and
eccentric Italian dramatist, has just
completed a tragedy, entitled "Phe
dra," which he wrote in 17 days. He
is now engaged on a drama, which
he hopes to finish in 44 days.
The principal dramatic production
of Henry W. Savage during the com
ing season, it is reported on good
authority, will be "Madame X" by
Bisson, in which Jane Hading has
made so remarkable a success in
Paris during the present season.
Through the aegncy of Walter Jor
dan the Shubcrts have recently ac
quir the American rights of two more
English musical plays. They are en
titled "The King of Candonia" and
"The Belle of Brittany" and both are
to be presented next season.
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money in the treasury to pay all
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Dated, Astoria, Or., March 20, 1909.
NOTICE OF RECEIVING BIDS
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That up to the hour of 2 o'clock
p. m., on Saturday, the 27th day of
March, 1909, the Committee on
Street , and Public Ways of the
Common Council of the City of As
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proving 18th street from the ' south
line of Exchange street to the north
line of Grand avenue, as ordered im
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L. O. BELLAND.
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