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THE OKEGON DAILY JOURNAL,. PORTLAND, , THURSDAY H VIKING EEBKUAttY 18. 1904.
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THE JOURHAX, . '
- ." P. O.'Box 181.. Portland. Or.
Waather eonrtttlons and naral foracaat for t
Ormnn, WaaMngton and Idaho: . i
f air waauer preraua generally in us racmo i
statM, with modttrats tomneratures. Snow is
reported lu northern Arlaona, northern . Ntw
Mrxlro, Colorado, Wyomlns, Kanaas, lows, Mln
nraota, Mlaaonii and Illinois.
. Tha Indications ar for Imreaalag elondlDess
In thla district, with rain frlday.
Maximum tvmDH-atur In tha laat 24 Honrs.
62; minimum temperature, 88;. precipitation.
Arthur 'A., Churchill, 29, and Catherine J.
n itnonmn, ziv
vi i ... 1 1 n a. '.-a 1 i r m.tH 1
.,.v .uu . i
- M. Eugene Phillips, 27, and Battle D. French
. 87. .-. :(- ' .,v ..' ;' " !'
R. E. Harrey, 28, snd Emma THIS, 19.
J, Paul Badollet. 80, and Lila 1. Batherland,
Dr. Henry T. kt, 90, and Car1 M. Lsdd,
Major Fish. 25, and Vera A. Reed, 18. '
K. P. Howland, 24, and Anna Baumelater 18,
W Ullim Taylor, 28. snd Tlllte Ellis, 29.
. . -, 'j . . .Vi - BIRTHB. ' .. - ' " :
February ut: H. 8. Souls, at
JJsris street, a WML, ,
v - COSITAGIOUS WSIASEi. f ; -
February 18, Raby IWgton, at Blandena and!
Vancourer BTenne. mnaalca
February 1, Clifford Wright,; at 40J Larra
bee atreet. meaalea. ' t, i
February 15. Ruth, Johns, at 1030 McAdam
street, diphtheria, H . . ;.
ViaiSD, ' ,. ; ,
February 14. Ma3 f . " Stephen. , af
r ,orta rronr, oi spopiexy. interment ot. I
Mary a eemetery. .. .
i January is. uataey r- Boragne; at ooa na-1
marltan hoapltal, of septlcemls. Interment
Une Fir eemetary. , t ;
't remstorium, on tiregoa vity ear una, near i
Seiiwood; modern, scisntiflc. complete, charges
Adalta.,886: children. $25. ' Visitors 0 a.
' t 6 p. m. Portland Cremation aseociatioa,
Portland, Or. , ,.vh ;V,;
funeral ' directors snd smbslmers, 230 Third
street. oJPhOQS.,807. .... ,.,
1 J.- P. Flnley ,ft Bon; tsneral directors. and
nibalnaxs,.has-Mioe4 twshis-ew -cstsfc-,-
liahmerit, corner mud snd . Maouon . sueeu.
''Sotb phooee Ke. C , , 1
i. i r - 1 i
'. '! Single aratoa. $10.' Family lota from 878 to
$1.(kki. The , only eemetery In Portland which
eernstuauy maintain, ana Tares ror lore,, ror
full Information apply to W. R. slackens!.
erpstnslly maintain, and area for lots; . For
Worcester block, city.
w. M. 1430, presiaent.
REAL ESTATE TSAMSrZXI.
. .K. B. Holme et el.' to J. H. CsmpbelL
'9 kit 18. Mock 1. Maegley highland......
,,Arlcta Land Company to O. ,A. Ander-
. ,: son, lot 18, Arleta Park
The Title Guarantee A Truet company to
ttllaabetb B, Manafleld, lot 28, , block
. m, THtoo"a addition
rtioentx Laud company to PscMIc States .
V Truet company, sundry lota First Elec- "
k' trie addition to Alblna .....i s
D. S. Dufur and wife to George H. Elm
t merman, all right, title and interest la
v, and to all property to which they are an-
tilled as derlaeea noder the will St
. -Jacob F.lmmormaa, deceased ...........
Orar Tlbbetts to J. W. Ogllbee, par
: eel land Gideon Tlbbetta' D. L. C.
section 11, township 1 sooth, rsngs 1
Rh-hsrd Beadle et si. to Andrew Brag-.
" ger. 31 seres section lu. township 1
south, range 8 esst ..................
4!erge W. Brown to Fred Mclntyrs, lots
' 20 snd 21, block 90, Lsurelwoed
Albert and Cells Cherry to hire. R. G.
v Kennedy, lot 14, block 9, Lincoln Park
" annex 1,400
Elisabeth Eckeraoa and husband to Usiy
. H. Uorrtoa, lot it, duck , Msegiey
- highland w.,
'Richard Williams to C. T. Gstea snd
, wlfe. lt seres section 12, towushlp 1
smith, range 1 east
Id HolVmay and wife to John H. Al
1 len. lot a. BWcx a, wynsoop this ....
James (ilbaon and wife to E. XI. Raa-
amasea, tots 2 and 8, block 16, Dana's
-' sridlllnn A... 1,100
T. U Cbrlaty to J. E. Scott, lot 21, block
1 4. Tremont Place . - 1
Charles Broader snd wife to George G.
V reley and wife, part lot 1, block 4,
aulxllrlalon and addition 460
'L. L. Gray and wife to Alfred Press, lot
. 6, Mock 4, Barrett's addition ......... 129
Oet reor rnsurancs snd abstracts te real I
.estats from tne litis ouarantes lmat 1
, pJV, . Chamber ' - Commarce building.
tv, n Hiw.ee itnr bniidinar at
East Madison and Esat Twentieth, to coat
V? t iii7--i Mtt.M .t
To Frances Ciarno, erect i-storr dwelling at
Larrabee snd Halaey. qa coat $3,500. -
.id aVaS? xlta t
wsrrsra and 1 tea, to coat fl.Stxi.
,To Mrs. Mary x. snornn. erect 1-story owe 11-
ins at Stevhens and Esst Tenth, to cost 81.600.
- To Jeaae Raymond, erect 1 story cottage at
East Thlrtleto and Eaat Taylor, to cost $500.
' To J. E. Miller, erect 8-story dwelling at
Hancock and Eaat Tenth, to coat 83.000.
, To H. Trenkman, erect 1-stnry cottage at
Fourteenth, and Clay, to cost $2,000.
fr- v'. . irry OO APORATIOlf , : ; ,,
: Article ef fncorrwatlon of the Psclfle Coast
Adrertlaing company were flUtd In tha, eonnty
court this saoming by a. J. Kellogg. G. i.
Keihgg. G. A. Olaen and A. C. Palmer. Tbs
- . ,, . , .
y.,ryr. wwn m panoramic au-woaing
wess will be Portland.-and the capital stock ia
gtvea at $10,000. dlrlded Into 10.000 sbsrea.
k .''. . . ...
CKZOAOO CASH IVSIHESS.
Chicago, Feb. 18. Ths csah hnatneaa yester.
day waa 8.000 bushels of No. 1 Northern whest
at Sc under May in atore. Cora ask-s were
JOO.ouO boaheas and 150.OH0 baaheia of oata. At
seaboard n porters bought 200.000 bushels of
whest. Uno.oiHi buahela of cwra and 150,000
Troabeln of eats. ., ..... i , .
taoss. or liviiOool wRaht.
' l.lTertlbol. reb, 18. CVnast" Wheat March,
714. higher: May. 8-ei,. higher.
- CoraMarch, 4-8,. higher; aisy. 4-4,
-higher.';.; -. .;,.i.,-'t,.,;. .v..
Ran Frsnete'c, Feb. 18.-11:30 a. m. Wheat
Mar, $1.47; December. $1.3S.
, Barley May. $l.u; . December. $1.03.
TSBTH WABB BOOSBTEX.T CXTTSs,
A meeting of the voters of the Tenth
ward, ''who favor the election of Presl-
dent Roonevelt and reform in local polt -
tlra." will be held In Multnomah hall.
corner of Mississippi avenue and Sharer
sireet. Friday evening, coi. b. u. open
tee will address the-meeting.
TRANSAC7 IONS IN THE FINANCIAL WORLD
AT TOP FIGURES
XECZXrXS ABB : nrADEQTSATB TO
TKB BSHAX9 AV9 ?I0I8 ABB
TEST rntK BOGS KATB W
'WABD TBHBZBOT EOOS OOWK
COBB XBAXr BXQKSB. . ' '
Front Street. Feb. .18. The principal
events in the Portland wholesale mar-
kets today were
, Eastern corn i
Eggs going downward. -
Chickens sell at top.' - ' v
All expect a flour advance. v
More hogs and veal come.
All creamery butter is now reduced.
Chinook salmon more plentiful. , "
Potatoes are higher. - . . , .
.Onions still go up.
The receipts of all kinds of poultry
continue very light and the. demand for
all grades is now so stiff that all ar
rivals are eagerly picked up' on arrival
at the top of, the market. The retailers
are. not bow so well supplied with stocks 1
lny . wc several wh au auu
nearly all of the larger firms ars con-
stanuy on tne Street lOOKing ior siocks.
In soma cases mixed chickens are sell
ing as high as 18 cents a pound, but
12H cents may be considered a fair
market quotation. ,
Qg-g-s Are Going Xower.
The receipts of eggs today among the
Front street houses broke, the records
f of many weeks and as a ' result- the
market was slower' and prices' 'not ' so
firm even at a decline. :' Quite a lot df
m wA,r Mont Aiit vatrHBV Airmft ta
" 15 J
Alaska and this had the effect of keep
lng the market from slumping at that
time. The sound markets are not quite
so high as this market has been during
the past few days and very little stocks
went there. Eggs -were, selling today
from 28 to J 7 cents, with sales at both
Eastern Cora Heal Is TTp.
The high figures now ruling in the
I eastern corn market is causing some
uneasiness among the corn meal manu
j f acturers and they have made several
late advances of 6 cents a hundred in
their- efforts to keep even witn the cost
of raw supplies. Today all gradea went
up an additional S cents a hundred. The
local markets are affected by the new
More Bogs and Teal Coma.
The receipts of fresh meats today
' i war. iirxer iqid ior aeverai '. wevava.
' 1 ,
Srliij t IheexceTlt 1 demand now
ruling enabled the dealers , to keep all
w.v kImA.iI nn at tha, ton nuntatlona.
" r r ' ' ' . -
Thftre Is not, however, so large
marui for packing hogs nd prices are a
irine weaxer. uooo muiion nui c
. ... v. ,u- i.
i"8f very fast, but the demand is very
good at present lists. Block hogs and
small veal are .wanted as badly as ever.
AU Creamery How Sowa. ,-
The butter market continues its weak
ness with the receipts constantly show
ing a gain, while the demand ia in
active." Todarthe " manufacturers' of
extra fancy grades the 'advertised
brand announced a decline of 2
cents a pound in their former Hats,
making the present prices on all the
best butter 80 cents, , with 28 cents
I . . . , , m ,
I D acoepiea ia ium ur
lots. Second or off grade creamery
stocks ar still coming in an over sup
ply and prices show a downward tend
ency.,',..:;, v , s' . .-,V,," v ".' '" , ;
' - Chinook Salmon More VlsnUftil. .
The arrivals of Chinook salmon today
showed a gain and the markets are now
running- with the supply and demand
about equal at present prices. Bteel-
heads are still on the scarce list but
there were no changes in prices today,
lng of lent has created a larger demand
and aa stocks of all kinds are none too
plentiful an advance would not be con-
aldered much, out of the way. Smelt are
practically out of the market. -;.
rotatoes Oo Hlgha.
The potato situation Is very mysteri
ous one and" the market today is showing
I - . - ... ... - . Q.
I an aavance m- ma javti uai in- oi
I Francisco market Is showing an ordinary
tone wim n .op m-ra laiiKina aiwui
$1.20 and $1.25 a hundred. In this city
the dealers are not anxious to pay as
hict, mm R rnta and 11 for the better
hlgh aa 85 cents ana $1 ror xne netter
grades. Just why they are offering
higher prices they themselves are unable
to say. but it itemi to be the general
opinion that when war was declared be-
1 tween Japan and Busaia this compelled
those who had been purcnaaing tor tne
Manila market In Japan to look else-
where for their supplies and as Oregon
is now in control of the situation this
naturally has the effect of stiffening thla
market and-causing an advance.
Onloma Still Move TTpward.
The situation in the onion market is
quit different to the one In potatoes
inasmuch-as in this market there is a
real scarcity of stocks and the holding
by the farmer has caused even a greater
shortage with the usual result, higher
I nrices. Todiv.tut local shiDDera are
I navinr all tha wav from 82 to 22.10 a
hundred for the best stocks out in the
country. The. local market Is also very
firm and prices for the best varieties
stand at about $2.E0 a hundred. Local
shippers hav a great deal of confidence
. ,. ...
I " - --.
a man, that the idea of paying the farm
ers as high as three cents a pound late
this season does not look so bad to
them. Onion stocks all through the
country are very small and good grades
are worth the money. .
Xiookina 1 or rionr Adranesv
Despite the fact that the local Quota
tions on wheat are now showing much
,,h7m 7" ""M
I change, higher prices are being obtained
I by ail of tha smaller millers. . The quo-I
. . . . - -
i uttons are noi oeing neta so nrm1 ana
the millers expect an early advance In
I the market.
I ' ttntnlsna an Fna-Ha W..ti
W. B. Glafke Company The creamrry
butter situation Shows only . the usual
weaknean with na chanr In nrlcen
,T v ,,liJ i?,.
Smith Bros. No trouble tn disposing
of block hogs and veabl at top prlcta:
1 poultry coming In slowly but Still not
I -,,h , ths demand.
Bell Sc. Co. Apples are moving wl'h
better price, being, paid for the- bent
stocas; oranges ar. uicntnui witn utv
matia ratnair aiuw, iuii m ivarv-, 7
, W. II. Dryer I look for a good mar
Vat t,e fiurhanks' the onion situation
ket for ourDanKa.toe onion aituation
Is firmer and higher. ..
Mam uevy at to.-r-t.ar Taney lemons
arrived on street laat night: onion ant
potato markets are excited over the
booming of the Bart Francisco market
O. S. Smith Company Eggs are
weaker- noul try scarce and" wanted
fruits rather dull; onions and potatoes
constantly showing a better feeling,
i Malarkey ft "to. Everything in -the
nh market Is scarce and no change tn
j prices: Chinook more plentiful bat steet-
- 1 heads are still scarce.
I u Jaggs-f-Market firm on both pota-
tos and onions; latter seem to be1
higher. . ' ' ' ' -'
Davenport-Thompson ' - Company Car
fancy lemons came Jn today. i . ;
Kverdlng & Farreii- Ksrga are weaker
larger receipts; poultry m verj
call with demand for all arrivals!
and .hog- markets are both boom
ing; very still demand, for potatoes and
onions. ' ,' " ' , i - , '
Chatterton & Co. Onions very scarce
with demand good at high figures; po
tato market all at sea; eggs selling- read
ily at prices; veal and hogs very scarce
and -it is quite possible that latter will
go up, ceni during coming week. ,
McKtnley Mitchell -Dealers are at
present paying too" much fori potatoes
considering the prices in the 'Frisco
market: the demand Is not so good, Art-
sona Is riot buying so large as she has
bought freely for some time and is now
Toft, lllne & Co. fit farmers would!
only take advantage-of the opinions of
the market it would put dollars into
their pockets; market is behind with or
ders on block hogs, veal, chickens and
eggs, and if shipped at oncejlop prices
and better in the result against lower
prices later on.
Today's quotations, as revised, are as
roBxuiro wxouiau pbioes.
Oraln, riour ana feed,
WHEAT Walla Walla, 77Sc; blueatem,
BdOKle; yalley, OC . . '
HAHl.K teed, $20.00 roue. f2i.00O2Z.0t
brswtag, 828.00tl83.vo, , , .
OA'i8fo. l white, $24.00(328.00! fray,
$24.vutji2fi.00 per ton; price to farmers,' whits,
f22.M)Q22.M; (ray, $22.60 par ton.
FLOUK Eastern Urea-on: Patents,. 84.100
4.40; stralchU, $3.60; valley. $3.76ta5; grs
bam, 4i. Srt.O; 10s, $3.70. -
MILLSTuFKa Bran. 110.00 ner ton: mid.
dllnara, $26.00; ahorta. $20.00; chop. $18.60.
HA Timothy; $1601 Eastwff Oregon,
Sia.OOlftie.N): mixed. $13.00W13.60: cluer.
$ll.(Mil2.00; wheat. $12. miffJU.fiO; cheat.
12.0013.00; oat, 812,00013.60.
Hops. Wool and Hides.
HOPS 27c for choice; 2425e tor
prime; poor guaUty, 18fei:Mfec; contract, 180a,
17 a 18c.
WOOL Valley, coarse to medium. lQ18He;
nne, JOlffiOiiC! Eaetera Ursgoa, lUQloc;
hair, nominal. 2Sl'24ic.
8UEEPIiKlX'atlhearlng. 10(820c: abort wool.
204l30c; medium wool, 8060c; long wool.
TALLOW Prims, per. lb, 45c; Ne. and
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 18 lbs snd an,
14c per lb; ' dry kip. No. 1, S to 1 lbs,
12c; dry calf. No.' f. under 8 lbs. 13c: dry
salted, bulla snd stsga, 1-8 less than dry
flint; salted hides, steer, sound, 60 pounds of
niisiria. uiucs) as irrs. . swuut pvouue vm
orer, 6ii7c; so to eo lba, ec; under 60 lbs
and eowa. ofiUc: atasa and bulla, sound. 4c:
kip, aouul, 15 to 80 lba, c; sound. 10 to
14 lba, 8c; calf, sound, under 10 lba, He; green
(Unaalted), lc per lb leaa; culla, le per lb
ks; boraa hldea, salted, each, $1.25Q).S; dry,
eacb, $1.00(81.60; colts' bides, esen. 86Q5ue;
gost skins, sommoa, escb. lOQIJo; . Angora,
with wool on. each, 25cQ$l.D0.
Butter, Eggs and Poultry.
Bl'TTER FAT Sweet. 28c: sour. 26c.
BUTTER Creamery, extra fsncy, 28 30c;
ordinary, 22ft&27fec; cold storage, 24c; east
ern, 20c; reooTated, 194a,2oc; dairy, 16il7yic;
Euua sreah Oregon, ZoftffliTc; cold storage.
IS4 - - t.uiinr.'
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POULTRY Chickens, mixed, 12e pet lb;
I hena. lc ner lb: rooatera. lie per
ih. ik. u.
KMM. 8c' lb: turkeys. 16il6o set lb;
drt-ssed, 17c par lb.
rraita and Tegetablea,
' POTATOES $1.0tUil.2O; buyers' prices for
shipping, W&cttf$t.l0 vwt; ordinary, 70(d8&e sack
buying, 7uc; swaets, Vic per lu; usw, 4 par
ONION8 OregosL $2.50; buying prices, best,
S2.uoa2.u6: f.o.b. Portland. $2.uoii2.10.
FBUsa FRUITS Alio le. oresou. 70ci$1.75
per box; oranges, naveia,. t.ouua.a per ios;
set'dUiuts. 80cta.tl.26 box: Jsusnese. 46IUI50C bs-
usuaa, oyi'c per lb; lemons, choice, $2.s0Q2.T6!
pet- noa; isncy, S4.uutoia.ou per dox; umes, siexi
csa, t5c per loo; pluoappiea, $3.50; crsuberrles.
local. $7.U0 par bbl; Jersey $10.00; perslm
VkGklAKLES Turnips, 85c per sack; ear.
rots, $1.00 per ssck; beets, gi.uo per sack
radtabe. 12tttfl5e doa: cabbage. Oregon. 2c
California, 2c per lb; lettuce, head, 15c doa; hot
boose lottuce, i.uoai-OU per pox; grmn Dep
ot ra, M yr U; iioraeraai.li. I8c per lb;
celery, 60u60e per dos; tomatoes, $1.2531.6v
per box; pa ramps. $1.25; cucumbers, $2.29
lr dos; butter brans, luc per lb; Lima twin,
be; sproots, 6c; cauliflower, $1.76; artichokes,
75(Vuu per dos; grewn pess, 7(tf8c per lb.
liiilKD FRUl'lS Apples, srsporated. 827
per lb; apricots, ittie per in; sacss,
ir lb less; peaches eigtM per lb; pears , $h
bltck, 6t per lb; do whites. Hi7a
pei lb; piums, pitted, 6tt6e per lb; dates,
P,ck.grt to case, 9e pkg; aeeded, lio
carton., ic; kwss Muscatois, no-lb boxes, 7
8o per lb; Londn .ayers, fi.H0aj4.av; ciuetere,
$J.aoui-75; a, 25c; b, 60e adranca oyer
F10S ten 1-lb cartons, choice brand, $1.00;
10 1-lb cartons, fsncy brand, $1.10; 10 1-lb
bricks, - 2-crowu, 90s; 10 1-lb bricks, -crown,
c; 60 -lb brlcks,psc box, 82.25; 4 -row lay
ers, per 10-10 uua, voc, www, vv-ai w.ws, pvr
lb. 6tdc. Csllmyrsns Six-crown, 10-lb car-
.----Ll.-, ga ou". w lu-ib carton, r
I L75i 4-crowa, 80 -lb cartona, per box.
Orocsriss. Bats. Bte.
SUGAR -bsck bssis"-Cube. $5.60. pow.
dered, $5.55; dry granulated, 4.4; best grann-
Uur M nttm c galdeB c ,4 .
bl)lt lyK. bbli, 20c; boxes, Aue sdTjucs va
MCk basis, less 25c cwt (ut cash, 16 day;
' .V-ViA," uie lltM- SlAclia. glA&Xe, X.a e.nu.
jeQu, gjod, 2uj20c; Jara. ordinary.
1 wsaxoc; t-wa '. -aawy, uniara,
I 8-"d. 16ji; cta Hies, rdtoary, ll)l3c per
Ik n.ck.ce coffee. $13.75.
TEAb Oolong, different grades, SSQ65e;
irutiunwder. 28U32Qa5c; English broakfsst. dlf-
ftnt gradea, 12jtttc; apldsrteg, anxolorsd
Japan. uuc; green 4apaa trry scarcs,sjsj
. . . rw, e. n t k v li a. r- mm
BALI K LUVomirm, . , , vw, , vu.
Bus table, dairy, 6ua, 86c; luOs.SJSc; tmported
Liverpool. 5us, 60cj 100s. 98c; 224k, $1.60.
Worcester Bbuxs, as, so.ou; os, o.im; lua,
c ,u K..1I, H'Xl lha SA no- aaSa AfM Sh..
SALT Coarse, half ground, lot, par tog,
$U.5U; 60a. per ton, $7.0u; Liverpool lump rocs,
$22.60 per ton; 60-lb rock, $6.ou; luus. fd-Ou.
tiuAl.S BAU8 Calcutta. fo.btie.uu per luu.
ItlCli ltnperlsl Japan No. 1, 6e; tia. t,
R.- Nw Orleana bead. 7t7c.
BEANS Small white, hc largC white. 83.60
Cts-u: fclok. $4.40t.&0; bayou, $. Liuiaa,
ntie rtuuui le, j.ww. -7.v ,u .aw, ..-a.va
r,mr Ih for roasted: aocuanuta. 85a9uc ner dual
slnuia, 1416e per U; pins nuts, lofla
rrr lb; Dlcsory nu, uc per is, - caenaaia,
aetern, lSUltte per lb; Br.Hl ants, loe per
lb: tUberts, 15U16C per 10; fancy peosns. sj
15c per lb; slmoads, lsu 10c per 10.
wfuE NAILS Present basa at $2.85.
ROPE Purs Manila, . lJc; standard, 12K;
Paints, Coal Oils, Xto.
COAL OIL Pearl or Astral Cases, 23o
sal: water white. Iroa bole, 18s per gal:
wooden, ; headlight, caaea. 25 pet gai; assd
Ught, iron bbls, lso per gsL
LINUEKD OIL Purs rsw, la bbls, 47e per
sal: caaes. 52c per gal; genuine kettle boiled.
esse 64c per gal, obis 49e per gal; arvonl
caks, car leu. f45.W pet too, lew utau can,
.iiM.ua ner ion. '
1 uisoLlNBSd-deg.. esses 32c per gsL iraa
iron bbia is per gai.
esses, $3e; iroa bbls,
PAINT OIL Raw. bbla Sfe par gal, easts 38a
per gal; boiled, caaea due.
TURPENTINE la esses, 88e per gal. wood. a
btls, 84 e per gal., Iroa bbls 82e per gal, 10-lb
case lota, 8fc par gaL ' ,
WH11B l-KAb-vuo-lb loU $ per la, leaa
tots 7 per lb.
Keats and .Provisions. -
FRESH MKA1S Inspected beef, prime,
taai-ac Per lb: cows, 6410C Der lb; kualtos.
I drsssad. 6sj7e par lb; lanine, dressed, 7c per
I BM1 MtAT8Front street-Beet ...era.
8V P" lb; pork, block, Je per lb;
-15al6'tf per id; puiis. sv.u -rr 10; cows,
packers, ee per id; tuuiton, arcaseo. u
per lb; Unibs, dreaaed. aj.c per lb; veal,
.ase prr lb; large. 0U7c per lb.
hams, bacon, etc Portland pack iocai
1 bams. 10 to is ids, 1. per 10; i 10 1. ina.
13o per- lt; 10 to 20 lbs. 12e ,per lb
cottsse, per lb; .picnic. 9t
lb: brrskfaat bawa. 141il7o per lb; regu
tar mnor cieara, .- v , . ,m.
socked, -le per Tb: clear .bscks. ansmoked,
ice o-r lb: amoswd. lis per lb: Union butta.
10 to 18 lba, arsvwoked. 8e pet lb; rooked. Ik
PEAsi.ER! PACKED HAMS tTndsr 14 lba,
!3e per lb; srer i3 lbs, 1H per lb; fancy,
13U,iiaVe nrr lb: utmlia. Ufa Bar Ih
hnulder. lie lb: dry-ssited sides, ansatoked!
10c pee lb: smoked. lle per lb: break f.t
htntwt i4V.rlKc pee lb; t.n.r. lai.p per "
LOCAL LARU SkCttls Wsl. l"s, 10c per
lb: 6a, 1e per lb; 60-1b tins. 10e per lb;
ateam-rendered, 10a, 8TA per 1ft; 6a, 10c per
lb; 50a, De per lb; compound tierces, .7Vo per
lb: tuba, Tc per lb; 60s. T4e per lb.
EASTERN LARD Kettle leaf. 10-lb tins.
UV4c per lb; 6a, llc ner, lb; 60-lb Una, lie
per lb; steam-rendered J'. 10ie per lb; Cs,
lUe per- lb; 60s, 10 per lb.
(A bore pstking-bouss prices are act eath.' 13
'Af NKD fJALMON Columbia Hrer 1-lb tails.
tl.76; 2-lb talla, $2.40; fancy 1-lb flats, $1.00;
Vt-iD rancy oata, $l.is; fancy 1-lb oti. i: no;
Alaska tails. Dink. 80ol red. tl.&u: 1-1D Ulls,
ifi Rock eod. 7e per in: flounders, ae per
lb; halibut, 7Hc per lb; eraba, $1.25 per doa;
raxor clama, 910c per doa; little-neck clams,
3c; striped baaa, 12VjC per lb; Puaet Bound
smelt. Be per lb; eatflah, To per lb; black cod,
per lb; salmon trout, 12Sl&a ner lb;
Mwter. 15c cr lb; perch. 6c per lb; salmon,
ailrersldes, per lb; ateelbeada. Be per lb;
Chinook, 12Hc per lb; herring. 4c - per . lb;
per lb; soles. 6c per lb; torn cod, so. per lb;
Columbia rlrer aniclt, 8o per lb j sturgeon, 7e
per lb; shrimps. 10c per lb. i-
0T8TKR8 Sboalwater bay, per gal. $226;
par asck, 83.75 net; Olympla. per aack, $5.25.
ON NEW YORK STOCKS
(famished by . Overbeck. Starr A Cooks Co.)
Logan 4k Br ran. Mew York: The market la
fractionally .easier. - it ia the same dull mar
ket, with practically no outside buying. Trad
era sre mainly bearish and holdera of atocxs
ar" watting. There is all the time enough abort
interest lo encourage ine nopea or a rally, but
nothing to dlaturb the shorts. The European
markets era again neary and there la a
moderate' forelcn selllnc of. American aeenri-
tlea. The tendency of earnings la atlll toward
C decrease and the street la leaa hopeful of an
eariy aeciaioa in too Northern eecuritiee, on
the whole It la a dull, dragging 'market with
tns apparent tendency lower.
AmaK CoDDer Co.......
do preferred ..........
Am. Car A Found., com.
do preferred. .........
Am. Sugar, com., .........
Am. Smelt., com.,,.,,.
Baltimore A Ohio, com.,
do preferred . '.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
Canadian Pacific, com...
Chi. & Alton, com .
do preferred .... I 82
Chi. ft Gt. Weat. com.. 15,
CM., Mil. St. Paul... 189ft
t m. a norm., com....ii."
Chi. Terminal Ry
CTiesapeake ft Ohio
Colo. Houth., com
do 2d preferred
do let we furred
D. ft R. G., com
Erie, com. ......
do 2d preferred.......
do 1st roef erred ......
1111 not. Central
Louisville A Nsshrtlle..
Metro Traction Co
Manhattan levatd. . .
Mexican Central Ry....
Minn.. St. P. ft Ste. M.
M.. K. ft T. com.......
New York Central
Norfolk ft Western, com.
rorta American ,
Pennaylrania Ry .......
P. G., L. ft C. Co
Preaaed Steel Car, earn.
- do preferred
Pacific Mall Steam. Co
' do 2d preferred '.
do lat preferred.....
Rep. Iron ft Steel, com
Rock Ialand, com..,,.
Southern Ry,. com.....
Southern Pacific. ......
St. L. ft 8. F.. 1st pfd..
St. L. 8. W., com...
Texss A Psclfle
1 u t b- nr . mh
Union I'acinc. com....
U. 8. Leather, pfd....
U. 8. Rubber, com...
C. 8. Steel Co., com.
Weatera Union Tel,.
. Total sales for day, 221,000,
Money, 114 per cent.
SHOW AN ADVANCE
(Fnrnlahed by Oyerbeck. Starr A Cooks Co. I
Chicago, Feb. 18. Wheat rdled higher to
day .on ths mors compiles ted war
news and the large bsylng operations, which
are anppoaea to do iot Armour, stay operwa
at 98c. waa tow St 90 He and closed st 994c,
the high point. This waa an adesncs of IHc
since yesterdsy. July opened at 90c, was high
st sic, tne Closing ngurs. lnis is aa aa-
ktsy corn evened at 56c. waa high at Bee snd
low at 55c. The ctose was at 65e. an ad
ranca of He. Jnly opened at 68V4C. waa high
aod yow at 58 HQ 53c. Tha doa waa at 63 c,
and adrance sf He.
Ths rarlona markets today ranged aa follows;
BAR rXAlfCISCO LOCAL STOCKS.
Ssa Frsnrisce, Feb. 18 10:80 a. m. session.
Oceanic Steamship 44
Contra Costs Wster A9 41
Poring Vslley Wster 3 t
Pacific Light DO
rtaa Franclaco Oas Electric...
Ma kt well sugar
California Fruit Cannera
California Wine association
AXERICAR STOCKS IV LOMOOIf. -
London. Feb. 18. 2 p. m.Atehlaoa declined
U. orcf-rred declined : Baltimore at Oblo de
clined t. : Canadian Pacific declined S: Chess
peaks at unto aecunea iienrer at nio tirsnae
anTanced s: r-ne nciiaca 7. acta awntnipii,
Illlnoia Central declined t; Lsolsrllls A Nash
tills declined H; Mexican Central nnchanged;
Mtaaonrl. Kansaa It Texss sdrsnced New
York Centrsl declined ; Ontario aV fteatera
declined .; Norfolk k Weetern unchanged:
I'enratyleanla declined : Reading adrauced
a. Arats declined ; Southern Pacific declined
Hi (tout hern Railway declined H, preferred de
clined S: Colon Pacific declined . preferred
decUaed 14: r lilted States Steel dec lined ta.
preferred declined Vi; Wabaah nnchanged. prs-
f erred declluea ,. looseis aecnura t
CHICAOO SB AIM CAR LOTS. '
ChI.-ago. Feb. 18.
-The grain rar lots fur
The, whest csrs isef year were:
.. . 2d
. . TM
. Minors poll..
130; Dtimtn, si; tnirago. 11. j
LOCAL XmSTOOC EIFORT.
Portland I'oUm Stockrarda. f'eb. IS Receipt,
of llTcatoch In the hjcsl Tarda during the
r.t 24 bnitrs ermaiated or hogs, S csttle.
78 sheep and 10 horees. All llrestock Is firm
with the followlag arb-es rnllng:
Hog Beet. 8Hc: meliim. 5r. -.
rattle Rent,' $4.50: meliam. $1.0017.4.23.
'Sheep Best, $4r; medium, $S. .
ONE TO ONE
A HALF I
WHEAT IH CKZCAQO IS) ABTAHCEO
1VABOEST WAS IB HAT OJTXOH
COHSXDEBZHCr THE k COBDZTZOB,
THE ASTAHCB WAS) BTEADT OWE
ABB MABXXT CLOSED 8TB0BO.
(rotnlsbed by Orerbeck, Stsrr Cooke Co.)
Chicago, Feb. 18. Logan & Bryan ad
The wheat market is 1 , to 1 cents
higher. The largest advance , was in
May. Considering the conditions, the
advance was a steady one, and the mar
ket closed strong at the top. The trade
broad and the' bullishness of the
nrevalllnar sentiment Is notable. The
foreigners were unsympathetic' how
ever, but were '-. rather more active, al
though continental bids for wheat in
this country were sharply higher. The
action of securities of the'. European
exchanges still indicate grave apprehen
sion regarding., the .poitdcai situation,
particularly in. the Balkans. Primary
receipts wera again in excess or a year
ago. but the cash markets are every
where strong. The? cash wheat is well
held, and cash prices are at a premium.
With the large longs and. scattered In
terest, a nervous. and unsettled market
4s-llk4y,-but with continued unMrtalntyfcft-eautles- bfhe"feedepsarrvtlll
In the Balkans, buying on sharp breaks
will probably be the wiser course. Price
Current says variable weather without
snow causes an anxiety ror wheat, but
practically no definite harm is noted yet.
The movement of cash Is becoming light
Corn Practloally Vnenanged.
Corn prices are practically unchanged
from yeaterday. A rally In sympathy
with the strength In wheat did not hold.
There Is still a broad trade, and Be-
though there has been profit taking
enough on the hard spots for some days
past, yet the general conditions hereto
fore obtainable remain unchanged. Corn
seems to be pretty well bought on the
weak spots and the tone is on the whole
strong. Receipts are remaining .a little.
in excess of laat year and the offerings
Of off -grades are at a discount. The
market Is controlled mainiy Dy specu
latlve Influences and sentiment.
Oats Are Hner.
Oats prices are unchanged 'to -cents
higher. ' There is a broad speculative
trade, but the liquidation of the Patten
line has been a handicap which the mar
ket feels. . It acts as if it would not
Stand much selling or weakness tn other
grains, but In the absence or that, the
tone of the market was strong. Re
ce'lpts are still moderate and there is not
much to base an opinion upon.
Provialona At High sr.
Provision prices were 6 to 10 cents
higher. It wss one of the quiet mar
kets, with enough liquidation to offset
the continued buying for outside specu
lative activity. Receipts are again
exceas of last year. There is a steady
cash demand, but no larger than last
year. Fackera continue to market .their
DRY WEATHER MAY
AFFECT COTTON CROP
(Fnrnlahed by Orerterk, Starr at Cooks Co.)
New York. Feb. IS. Mclntyre A Mar
shall say: The cotton market may show
some further strength, but .reactions
will continue, though we hardly expect
a resumption of the low levels recently
touched. Weather conditions through
out the south continue dry, and tha ab
sence of seasonable moisture will soon
begin to be a menace to tha spring con
dition. It Is too early to consider this
of undue importance, but within a
month planting in Texas should be well
under way In the lower counties. The
Influence on the market of the plant
conditions Is not jet potent The near
future promises less activity in th
volume of trading. Careful operators
can more easily distinguish real valuea
by a cioae scrutiny or tne7 movement 01
the crop and the volume of trading in
spot cotton. For the time being those
Influences are in favor of the stability
of values, though with the approach of
the option list to a high level, we shall
advise caution in following the advance.
The marxet loony was:
February.. 18.10 IS 41 J8.10
September. 11. Bfi A
vrw tore corrxE close.
New York, Fen. IS. Coffee close was:
'- Bid. Aak.
February ,.,........$5.70 $A.no
March A........ 6.75 6 SO
April 65 5.90
May 695 6110
June , 6.05 6 10
July 6.2 6.30
Augnst 6.30 644
Sepumbet 6.45 6.54
October 6.611 6.55
November 6.60 6.65
December ....................... 6.70 6.75
Jsnnsry 6.7J 6.80
Bsles today were 470,000 bags.
BOBTOS COFFER CLOSE.
Boa tin, Feb.
Centennial , ...
EABTERX BOOS STEADY.
Chicago, Feb. 1 Recelpta of llreatock in the
principal pacxing centers o tbs country totlsy
Hogs. Csltle. Sheen.
ChlcsgO ....S4.(0 le.ono 15.0110
Kanaas City.... 8,640 4,5od 1.000
Omaha 9,()U ' 2.4'nl 5.5si
Hogs War steady with 12.000 left over from
yeaterday: recelpta a year ago were ?f), .; rati
mated for tomorrow, 84.00t. Hilling hog prices
ars:- Mixed and batchers. g4.tniwS.WI: good
aesry, $5.2Sfr 5.40; rough hr.ty. $4.V05.15;
Cattle Hteady to strong.
Sheep Strong to loc higher.
PORTLAXO CLEARIlfO-HOtrSE XEFORT.
Ilis report of ths Portland elearlsg-houss
for yeaterday wss;
CtearsiM-es $751 .04.1.76
SrOT COTTOH tJF.
Sew Orleans. Feb. 18. Spot cotton waa nn
tjc. with middlings at 13U. Sain were 8.1U0
tales. Freight on hoard. Hon bales.
SVLUTK FLAX CLOSE.
Flax day, $1.17
KILWAtrXtX GRAIN CLOSE.
Fen, IS,-Wheat. May
Cora Msy, 45'ie Ud; laly, 'SSIifltWSA
18. Copper close:
NO MARKET fOR
BIO, CHOICE, r AT BEETES OT THE
fl.OOO TOXTSTD TABXBTT, THAT USED
TO BB1HO THE H3QHEST 3PBJCE8,
CAH'T gEIA WTTKIH TWO 01V
X.ABS 0! THE TOP. , . .
(By asorg-e B. tong-an.)
Kansas City. Mo.. Feb. 18. -The ap
pearance on the. Kansas City market
early this week of three loads of fat
steers, -each steer weighing close to 2.000
pounds, served to emphasise the change
that has taken place In the demand for
fat cattle In recent years; These steers
this week were magnificent specimens
of their kind broad and deep, with plen
ty of fat well put on. Tbey were the
result of long and careful ; feeding,
Salesmen and buyers gathered round and
passed compliments on the skill of the
feeder. The day waa recalled when it
was a common eight ta see such cattle
on ths market and when they . were
eagerly sought for at the highest price
for eastern cities and export trade..
' Could Hot Get a Bid on Them. .
:. But the eommlsBlon firm this week
couldn't get a decent .bid on the big, fat
Steers. "They're mighty fine,' but too
big for pa." was the way each buyer ex
pressed it New Tork shippers, didn't
want them, for New Yorkers didn't care
for the big steaks any more. Even Bo
ton. which used to eat the biggest and
heaviest cattle in the country, oouldn't
use them. The British, too, have
changed, and the exportera must send
only the baby beef across the water,
After all the medium grades had sold,
remained. They attracted sightseers,
but no buyers,
The owner finally decided to try tne
New York market with them himself
and ordered .them shipped. The highest
bid he received here was $3.25 for these
6-year-old steers, while the choice medl
um weights were Dringing as nign aa
$6.26. If these cattle had been sold two
years ago they would have brought $2;
more. The feeder in this day had bet
ter begin feeding his cattle when 18 to
20 months old. and' finish them in so to
120 days. He atands a better chance of
making money. j
More than 160,000 cattle were mar
keted at the five western marxets tasi
week, a gain of about 80,000 over the
total movement of the week before, and
10,000 more than in the corresponding
week a year ago. " The increases were t
Chicago and Kansas City. The minor
markets sustained losses. Over 88,000
were on sale here. Chicago received
over 72.000, against 48,800 the week be
fore and 6$,800 a year ago. The move
ment was larger than anticipated, in
view of the fact that there was little
improvement in the markets the week
before, with small receipts. While the
condition of the eastern freight block)
ade is not as serious as two weeks ago,
and cars in which to ship products and
cattle are more plentiful, the supply Is
not great .enough to meet the require
ments of the demand, and operations
of buyers was more or less hampered
during the week.
The unfinished condition of the bulk
of the receipts and the liberal move
ment in the face , of unfavorable mar
kets suggests that many feeders ara
short of corn, and" rather than replen
ish the supply at the present time pre
fer to ship their cattle in poor condi
tion. As long as the supply of baif-fla-
Ished cattle continues greater than the
demand, no improvement in prices may
be expected. 'Premium prices are being
paid . for well-finished steers, as was
demonstrated on the first three days of
the week, when the best sold at $6 to
$5.25, practically steady, while the short
fed medium to common kinds declined 16
to 26 cents. In the last two days, now
ever, sales averaged about 10 cents high
er than the low level Wednesday. Cows
and heifers declined 16 to 20 cents dur
ing the first three days, but recovered
the loss in the last two days and closed
steady to strong. Veal calves are fuUy
25 cents lower than the high time or tne
week, choice grades selling yesterday at
5.60 to $1. "
While the stocker and feeder trade
was dull and weak the greater part of
the week, prices for the best offerings
have not suffered to any great extent
probably 10 to 16 cents in extreme cases
for the best The storm during the fore
part of the week curtailed the demand
and there was less outside buying at the
close than last week. Choice grades are
In limited supply, but common grades
are plentiful and bard to sell at the pre
vailing prlcea. '
Receipts of sheep here last week were
18,800. against 18,100 the week before
and 1T.860 a year ago. Chicago had 10,-
780, against 74,000 the week Derore ana
74.000 a year ago. Receipts at the five
markets aggregate 119,600. against 1(5.-
$76 the week before and 141,825 a year
ago. The market held about steady,
with a stronger undertone toward the
close of tha week. The bulk of offer
ings were received the first three days
of the week and were about sufficient
for local demand. Choice wethers bring
$4 to $4 15, bulk at $4.26; yearling weth
ers, $4.10 to $5. Ewes have been In tht
beat demand and prices ranged from
$3.70 to $4, with the bulk $3.80 to $4,
Lambs sold at $5.60 to $5.70 for the
best while medium to good brought $5
to $5.40. The top lambs for the week
sold at $t.70. against $5.86 a week ago.
The quality has been fair to good, and
only occasionally a thin punch is re
ceived. . '.-',-,.
HAS NOT AIDED
Surveys just completed at the mouth
of the Columbia show that the dredge
Chinook haa done nothing toward deep
ening the water On the bar. In fact the
depth of the water there is somewhat
leas now than it was at the time the
official soundings were made last June.
At the present time the engineers say
the average depth is about 21 feet
Eight months ago there was almost a
foot more of water.
Since her arrival the Chinook has
been unable to work except! at odd times
on account of the rough weather, but
admirers of the big dredge were of the
opinion that she had been the means of
clearing out the channel to no small de
gree. A report to this effect became so
general that the United States engineers
concluded to make aa. ..investigation.
which resulted as above stated.
The engineers do not believe that any
permanent Improvements of the 'bar can
be made until the jetty work is strength
ened and extended. When fair weather
comes, they state, the Chinook will be
able to cut out a good channel, but with
out the proposed extension of the jetty
it will only prove a temporary benefit
as it will fill up each spring.
Sealed ' propooals are being aaked at
tha office of tho Vnlted States engi
neers for tlin removal of submerged
rocka in the rhiinnfl of the Columbia
river nenr Thre Mile rapid". Specifi
cations' and pinna for tlie work can be
lev u red on Saturday.,
AT CUT RATES
UNTIL MARCH !.
The Boston Painless Dentists
Are doing all dental work for coat of
material to introduce our late discov
eries and painless : methods. EX
TRACTINO JFRKB. SILVER KII.lo
INUB, 35p; GOLD FIL.UIINUN, o;
OOIjD CROWNS. ' $3.00;. ; jBRIDOfl
WORK, $3.00. ' ,
Tnll Sat, Tit Guaranteed ......, .833.O0 -
NO STUDENTS EMPLOTF.D. Come
In at once and take advantage of low
rates. All work done by specialist
WITHOUT PAIN and GUARANTEED
for TEN TEARS. Our lata botanical
discovery to apply to the gums for at
tracting, filling and crowning teeth with
out pain la known ana usaa oniy oy ; -
BOSTON PAINLESS DENTISTS
Corner Fifth and Morriaon street En
trance 291 Morrison, opposite Meier
& Frank's. Hours tJ0 a. nv to (. p. m.;
Sundays till 1. 1
O SPICES. . (O
Proprietor .of the.
largest ' and Most Complete
Brewery ta tha Borthwest,
Bottled Beer a Specialty
, SZXJBPSOira JTo. 78. '
Office X3th snd Burnslde f treats,
; ' PORTLAND, OREGON.
The larzest and most complete nn-
dertaklns; establishment oa the Coast.
F. 5. Dunnlnz, Inc., 414 "t Alder,
corner East 5ixth. Both phones.
Calls promptly answered to any part
of tha city.'
Capital and SJnrplns 1640,00040. ,
- ssnasws-saasss a , ( - y
Brokers In '
Grain,Provisions, Stocks and Bonds
Lsrgest Prlyate Wtre System Is Asuriea. .
Kespoaaibls and bonserrstiTS.
We Charge No latersst fat Osrrylng Long
, ktOCBS. .
W. A. fRYER & CO., Correspondents
243 Stark Street
ftDOUl VOm WOWMTTtll
MARVEL Whirlintj Spray
SIS TM'aal Syfawa, imec
I amd Intrtn. heaS-fiaf-
aa ji oat CODfenient.
I Uaaawaa aaMaauy.
If be cannot supply the
other, hot send atamp for
llluatratsd boot wa II
fall tmrtieulara and directions In
valuable to ladles. MAHVaa,C4
ruaai auag-i aew terst.
inr.mmi-i" '" ai"wjw lyW'.''ii,a
. At -- ...
M' ' -
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Astoria. Feb, IS. Arrived laat night
Steamer Elmore, from Tillamook.
Arrived at 1 and left up at t:45 a. bv
Steamer Charles Nelson, from San
Arrived down at 4 and sailed at 10:89
a. m. Steamer Alliance, for San Fran
cisco and way ports.
Left up at 10 a. m. French bark Ar
Outside at 10:30 a. to. A four maatet
Port Los Angeles, Feb. 17. Sailed
Austrian ahlp Francesco Qulseppi, for
Portland. ' '
Astoria, Feb. It. Left, up at I p. rn.
French ship Verclngetorlx.
- Astoria, Feb. It. Condition of the bar
at $ a. m moderate; wind, east; weather,
Astoria, Feb. II. Sailed .st noon
Schooner Virginia, for San Francisco. .
OF nrTZBEST TO TXLir.- WAK
It' is perfectly understood by every
sick man or woman that If they can got ;
some remedy that will stop the gradual
loss of flesh and strength, their recovery
Is assured. People that are nervous and
unateady, have dtixy spells, with weak,
ened memory, and loss of ambition, tlietr -blood
is thin and watery. It show i:t
their sallow complexion and tired man
ner, soon aa -they aommeiice to
fleah they look better and sleep better.
To gain from 1 to $ lbs. uf gon.l, emit 1
fleah per-week, the biocl must be maw
rich ami pure. lir. Ounn a lHoo.l r,,t
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