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'' WXATHXE BEPOBT. .
Weather conditions and general (oreeast for
Oregon, Waahlngton and Idaho:
Light tain fell laat night In weatera Ore
gon, light v anow In southeaatern Idaho, and
lain turning to anow In the central vallejs. At
St touts the excessive rainfall of 2.62 lnchca
oornrred durlna the latt 24 hoara. '
. Killing froata are reported In the aonnd coun
try. The temperaturea In the hflaaourl Talley
are very low for the aeasoa of the year, being
below aero in Montana and ranging between
aero and 10 dgreea a bore Id the Dakotas, Mln
neeota and Nebraaka. . t
. The lndlcationa are for fair 'weather In thta
dlatrlct thla afternoon, tonight and Sunday,
with alowly rlalng temperaturea. Warnings for
light froat tonight hare Deeo laaned for weat-
, era uregon ana wcttera waiQinrcon.
Ifailmum temperature In the laat 24 honra,
42; minimum temperature, 88; precipitation, ,08.
Roy B. Bloat, 22; Leona Bloper, 22.
- Samuel htar gullea, Uf; Marian Cohen, Z8.
' To Mr. and Mrs. Barry Drink, 226 Cherry
strut; a son. . .
' COETAGI0US DISEASES. .
Maggie Lowe, aged 1 year, 8 East Thirty'
firft atreet: whooping eoogh. mild.
M. Unghes, aged 12 yeara, 8 East Thirty -first
Street; wnoopingcougD., mud.
March 25, Florence Laraen, aged 27 days, 808
Front street; cnoiers inrantum.
March 125. Percy A. Morgan, aged 48 years,
&R9 riaei atreet: heart trouble.
Marrh 124, Lee O. Hay, aged 42, Second anil
Oak atresia; neuralgia or neart. - .
March ,24. Mary EHiabeth Stegs. 'Good Sa
narltan hoanltal: neritonltia. i
March V, Jane Voore, aged 88, 268 Chapmaa
, street; senus aemiity.
Orematorium, on Oregon City ear Tin, near
. Sail wood! modern, sclent Inc. complete. Charges
Adults, 830; children, 620. Vlaitora 9 a. te.
i to 5 p. 1m. Portland Crematloa aaaodatloa.
. Portland, vt. - i
Tha Edward Bolmaa Cndertakltut company.
funeral directors sad embalm era, 220 Third
Street. Fbons DOT.
' J. P. Mnler A Boa, funeral directors and
emhelmers. hays removed to their new sstak-
Ilahme&t, corner Third and Madlsoa strssta.
Both phones mo. e.
Clark Bros, for Sowers. 280 Uorrlaoa stmt.
BEAL ESTATE TEASBTEBS.
I. L. Bartman et at to Raymond P,
Dnan. lots and 4, block 18, Bt. Johns
J. L. Hart man to Llsale I. Doaa. loU 1
and 2, block 18, St. Johna Heights....
J. L. Hartman to Asna Meacher, kits
. 10 snd 11, block 18, St, Johns
Robert Catlln. administrator, to Otla B. '
Learned, i blocks 2H and ST. Jamea
Johna Second addition
I. S. Scott I to W. L. Smith, lota 10 and
11, block 1, Roaelawn ..... .........
M. Fkirencsl McDonnell snd husband te
J. F. Slntiot, lota T snd 8. block 25,
M. Patton a addlUoa
B. B. Lamwyn et al., executor, to Robert
Smith, at laL. loU 1 and 2. block 219.
dty ... :.. 19,250
vreaericK u, .urancn ana wire to A. M.
- and H. It. Bancroft, lota 1 and 2,
block 5, Mount Tabor Villa Annex ...
W. F. Reiner and wife to Richard W.
Oraham, lota 9, S, block 1, Midway . ,
Intcatment company to Edward B. Town
send, lot 5. block 46, Piedmont
Thomaa C. Devlin to T. U. and E. B.
Starbnck, i lot 8. block 2, Barrett's
addition. East Portland
Oak Lumber company to Louisa I. Watts.
I Mi acres section 7, township 1 north, t
range 1 east . ....
"A. 8. Ellia and wife to 0. H. Davis snd
wife, lot B. block II, .Williams Ave
B. Weeks, trustee, to Oak Lumber com
pany, 7tt acres section T, township 1
. north, range 1 esst ...... .r. .......... .
M. Florence McDonnell snd hnsband to
W. P. Blnnott, lota 1 and X block 85,
M. Patton'a addition v.
The Title Guarantee A Trust company to
, Minnie 8. Philips, lot 18, block 1, Hoi-
laday Park addition
Central Truat A Investment company to
; Jennie H. Galbraltb. weat lot 1,
block 6, Central addition, Baat Port
land .............. .................
William MacMaster to J. W. Campbell,
lota 12. block 86. Sellwood
Sheriff (for Steven Ahern et al.) to B.
B. Shannon, - lot 10, block 1, Albina
Homestead '. , ,
James H. Blnebart and -wife to A. 8.
. Ellis, lot 1. block 13, Williams Ave.
sue addition .
Slaters of Cherlty of Providence, St '
. Vincent's hospital, to Ard M. Haradon,
west H lot 12, block 298, Couch addi
eitats from the Title Guarantee m Trust
pany. Chamber of Commerce building,
To 0. Oster, to erect 1H -story dwelling on
Hendrlck rvenus betweea Skldmora and Prea
To J. A. Harmon, to erect -1V4 -story house on
East Morrison atreet between Beat - Tblrty-
Seventn sno wast iniriy-eiirnin, si,u.
T N. Raamnssen. to erect 1H -story time
, nn Union avenne between Wygant and Going i
' 8.V10. - .. -
. To Grand McDonald, to -repair 2-story hows
' en rtoriuia sireei bsiwbkb suwn euq nam
' in . .'.
To B. F. Harrington, to erect 2-atory laundry
at the isnnthwest corner of Union srenue end
. Bait Ankeny street; 4,800. :
To W, R. Stokes, to erect J-story house ea
SUGAR MARKET IN
Alt AST ASCII Or 10 CXXTS PEJ. 100
W HOD Ml) 5 OXBTTa- XV 2AE
Midi or HXW TOBX tTZTrXXS
X.OCAI, TAXXJXS H008 ASS VERY
Front Street March 26. The nrlnclnal Itema
of interest in the Portland wholesale markets
Hogs are very scarce.' w.,
Sugar advancea in New Tork. ' ' '"
More chickens are coming.
Eggs sre suffer st price. '
Valley wheat continues Arm. . .
Miners bsvs no orders.
No business In hops.
Potatoes looking better.
Orsnges movs very faet.
Oysters not so scarce.
Sagar Market Is rirm.
Ths sugar market la this city Is very firm
and all Indications now point to a rise in
values. ' The . New York market la showing
sn upward tendency and. yesterday the. market
showed an adraoce -of loe In- sacks -and 60 la
barrels. Local retailers art stocking np la
anticipation or aa apward movement, .
t;v- Hogs Are .Vary Boaroa,.
Ths supply-of hogs Is not nearly nn to the
demand and all . arrivals are easily sold st top
ngures. mere is plenty of nogs In tne eouu
try but the impasssble con Jit Ion of the roads
mskes It Imposslole for the farmers to bring
mem to sown, as soon ss tne westner rooder
ate in eastern Oregon there will be larxe ar
rivals from thst section snd lower Prices are
expected to prevail. Ths Front-street merchants
sxpect large arrivals during ths coming wsek.
Good Teal la Saleable,
All ths arrive la of the better class of veal
easily brought top prices during ths psst few
days, but this wss due to ths fact that there
were very few srrivsls of this character. A
majority of the vest thst came waa of very
poor quality and generally spesking vest was a
orug on ins market. -
' Mors Chickens Are (Coming.'
More ehlekens arrived along Front atreet
today than for many days previooa. Ths mar
ket la now clamoring for small spring chickens
as most of ths arrivals now consist of old
hens. Good receipts during the nut few dsys
would csure lower prices. Chickens have been
too high for several months and a reaction la
prices is sow due.
Eggs Are Betting Soaroer.
As .ths Eaater season approaches I he snonlv
of eggs Is becoming scarcer snd prices srs
being heM mors firmly and some of the dealers
sre holding for sa advance of He The de
mand continues very good.
Hour Mills Have Ho Orders.
The millers report a lack of foreign orders
tor Sour and during the oast few dara moat
or ins institutions in tne valley were com.
peiied to close. Boms of tne mills In easttrn
Oregon; were closed several weeks sgo from tba
same cause,- ,
Valley Wheat Continues te Belt
Several additional sales of valley wheat were
reported sold to millers at 81e today. It la
now estimated that there are but 800.000 bnah
els of 1003 wbest remaining . unsold la ths
Hey. Exporters have withdrawn from the
wheat business nearly altogether thla season
and are now only buying small amounta for
us can r ran Cisco market.
Vs Business la Hops.
'The hop market continues Inactive with both
sides claiming the best of ths recent hostilities.
Ths dealers still say thst they hsvs ths brew
ers up a tree on account of their short sup
plies snd ths latter retaliate by aaying that
they .will not . buy a slnne additional bale of
hope thia sesroa, aa they sow have plenty to
meet su emergencies. - e -sales were reported
. Oranges Mora very rest.
Ths movement in the orange market Is simply
wonderful to behold. During the psst few
days ths principal sales bsvs been to street
Hawkers, but la every dlreetlod the sales were
larger thaa during the past A large aumber
of Baa Franctaco bawkera have invaded thla
market and a fierce war is on for ths control
of tbs Portland street trade.
Oysters Hot So Scares.
There were f sir ' arrivals of oysters from
Snoalwater bay today and a ateady Increase in
the receipts Is looked tor. -Better weather Is
promised that section of the ooaet and during
the coming week tba receipts srs sxpected to
be large enough for ths demsnd.
Fish Oontiaus Boaros,
Columbia river amelt continue to arrive In
only nominal aupply, but prices srs not show
ing any change today, ins reeeipta 01 cninook
sslmon from ths Sacramento river sre still
smaller thaa ths demand, but prices today are
Merchants' opinions em Today's Market.
W. B. Glafke company California steamer
arrived this morning with ths ssual supply of
W. T. Turner m Co. Market good on su ainoa
of Doultrr: ex is In excellent demand.
Bell ah Co. Steamer arrived thla morning
will -be ao more banaaas In this market until
u-xt Saturday, when a ear will arrive. .
Chattertoa m Co. Apples aomewnat weaker
cm account of ths large number of culls which
srs la the market now sad wblcn srs selling
at almost any pries;: potatoes just sow are
a poor saie. . . .
Levy A . Bnleal steamer sturr wss la is in
eomina- on the street this morning.
a 8. Smith comnsny Eggs good demand
good veal rather scarce; chickens la good call
st top figures; potatoes srs weak.
Mslsrkey A Co. A few Snoalwater bsy
oysters cams In today; no smelt to sneak of now
la market; fresh sslmon very scarce.
D. e. Melkls Look for a better marxet on
potatoes later In ths Season.
Rmlth Broa. Any Quantity of hogs of sny
slse could be readily used in tnis msraet now
s-ood veal la selling and M noiuing its own
geod mutton Is la demsnd; chickens are mov
tna- aa fast SB the COmS.
Davannort-ThDmpsoa company wanxes : srs
i.Uanln nn vary faat: apples are going very
fast out of the Hood-river district; only about
TOO boxes sf Yellow New towns In thst section snd
saversl hundred Ben Davis; about 2,000 boxes
at annles left Id the vicinity 01 mount nooa.
Everdlng A FarreH A brisk demand baa
firmed the market np;i wlth warm weather It
is likely that the productiou will be increased
and prices go lower; poultry very firm snd
nrlces srs very sttrsctivs from a seller's stsnd-
. . . . , i,.i -
point; VSSI maraet wen aupimcu, w r . v. h". -wanted;
dressed mutton unlet; hay doll;, oats
firm. . -Dryer,
O'Malley .7 Co. Hothlng new la
either potatoes or onions; eggs firm st top
of ths msraet; cnicaene moving
Air heat nf nrlces Drsvslllng.
Psgs A 80a Eggs very scarce and prices hsvs
moved right np to the top notch; butter Is
rather quiet; aaparagus ia lower; to chickens
st aU to sell ws did aot receive a feather to-
Toft, Bins A Co. Vee! mors plentiful; bogs
continue . sesreei chickens wsnted; eggs re-
Sanaa lew Awfn ."-
Todsr's wholesale QuoUMona, as revised, are
flrabi. rlsov and Teed.
WHEAT Wslls Wslla, T8c; bloestem, 82(9
BARLS-Fetd. $24.00; rolled, 825.00026.00
brewlns, 828.60a24.OO. ; - -
oatS NT 1 whito. 2.00a!2T.OO: grsy
$ 2H. 00 26.00 per ton; price to farmers, whits,
28.00fS24.00; gray. 8M.oO32.60. -FLOUR
Eastern Oregon: Patenta, S4.S0;
stralxbta. 8S.60Q3.T0t valley. S4.U(.U0; gra
bam. Kt. IS.60; 10a. 83.96.
MILLSTT'KrS Bran. 110.00 per ton; mid
dlings, g26.00jXT.uu; soort fis.Bvw.vu
dM. sift no. -- " " - '" ''-'
HAT Timothy. 118.00; esstern Oregon 116 OS
016.50; mteed, $13.00(5313.00; 1 clovar, 10.00
12.00; wheat 812 00(912.60; I cheat tHOOQ
18.001 sat 81E00tJll.o.
. Hons. Wool aad Hides.
" HOPS 274j2Hc for choice 24O20e for prime;
poor quality, t(M wci contract, iwi, ino.
Ta y tor street between Fifteenth and 81 xteetith
$3 000. 1 '
To W. R. Stokes, to erect 2-story bouse a
the southeast corner of East Sixteenth and Esst
Ash; $2,500. '
To J, E. Blaster,' ta erect 8-story thestrt on
Fourteenth atreet : betweea . Waahlngton and
Bnrnalde; $75,000. ' '
To C O. Lather, to erect 1-story house oa
Florence street near Eaat Seventh; $1,000.
To A. E. Helms, to erect 1 -story bouse on
Eaat Conch atreet between Eaat Thirty-third
and East Thirty-fourth; $75. , - '
To Frank Klrbet to retmlr 2-story house at
ths northesat corner of Nineteenth and Mor
rison; 1,0U0. , ,
SUGAR ADVANCES IN NEW. YORK.
WOOL Valley. Coarse to medium. 16&tl6Ue:
fine, 18tHc; esstern Oregon, 1015c.
MUHA1K MOW,' Z81BI80SV
SHEEPSKINS Shearing 10t20ci short wont
20ft 30e; medium wool, Julftuoc; . tong ' wool,
60ciUl 00 esch. ' ,
TALLOW Prima, per lb, 4S5o; No. 2 sad
grease, 22He. .
H 1ITM I ,p W .1MB - NA 1 , Wt ,na .Ml HB.
9 per id; dry aip, no. l. i n u ids, i
e: dry calf. No. 1. under a lbs. UMI
Jry ssUed. bulls and stags, l l 'lw ttan dry ntber dull 'and without much change. The
Binti salted hldna. aaer. aonnd. M nounds orli.i ..... . r j
iv diflifue T 60 to ad lbs! V4c: nndar 60 lbs I
T.' -,T VTii I
12, 1 "T, .' r?2 or;
14 lbs, 8Hc; calf, sound, under 10 lbs, BHet
nn (unaaltsd), le per lb leas: eoll a. Is per
ass; horse bides. Mltod, 'aacky
dry, each. $1.001.60; colU' hldea. each 8ja
skins, oommon. eecn. oaioi
gora, with wool on. each. 25cltl.O0.
Butter, Ergs and Poultry,
BUTTER FAT Sweet Sc; sour. 26He
BriTTEtt Crtamirr. extra fancv. 30c: fancy.
26i27l4e: : California. . IBc: ordinarr. 22UC1
cold storage, 8324c; eastern, 24c; ' re do- I
na-5! a!5?I-i0 IW J5?"fl:
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. . - -w - .. . . - .- 1
oaaera, lojC. , -
cheesb -New Full cream, twin, inejuwm
Toung America, 14He; California, tfftc.
POULTRY Producers' nricee Chickens,
mixed, lc ,. pet lb; hens, 14314H per lb;
roosters, 01a, inaiiiio per id; springs, iw
xoe per in; Drouers, itkcioc per id; iryers,
14Q16C per lb; ducks, old, 12c per lb; young,
18 per lb; geess, TVaQSa per lb; turkeys, 169
ue ver-iui uresm. iK m 10. I
Fruits aad VsgStShlSS, I
POTATOES 81.10: bnrera' nrloaa ' for shin-1
ping, 5c1.0u cwt; ordinary, $1.00 perl
sack; buying, TOasOci swssts. $0 per lb I
. ONIONS Oregon, $2.25; buying .aaMkMstaeVj.Amfc
2.0u(2-15t; fco.b.- Portland,-$2.20. " I Am. Smelt, com
FKESH FBU1T3 Apples, Oregon-, 85cQ$X25; I do preferred
how, u nr in.. , . - .. f 1
per Dot; oranges, navels, gi.70(az.a per oox;
tcnserlnea. 75c6itl.u0'ner box: bananaa. 5c ner I
lb: lemons, chdice. t2.2Sia2.S0 ner box: fancy I
a.O0(iJ3.6O per box; limes, Mexican, 65c per 100; I
pineapples, .j.oj; cranoerriea, seraey, 1
" VEGETABLES Turnips, tec per sack ear -
rota. $1.00 per aack; beeta, $1.00 per ssckl
raiuiButrs. iaf vuuioe ner ouh: cbuujlbisb. vrnuo, i
t.wi v.$iaanrui, fi.ou-i.w jwr erne, uv
uu8f iciiuce, duv per uoi, sreen vvv i
5e pr lb; horart.dltii. 7fe8 pr lb; celery.
par- ao: vomaiucm, ii.sv i
dos; Daraniue. mirjo: cuenmoera. nw
doi: butter beD. lOe ner lb: eoroato. Act I
eeullflower, $1.802.00; srtlchokes, 7S0e per
oo; green peas, IBM per id; ssparagus, ec
uaisiu rauiiB Apples, evaporaiea. sajiei
per lb; apricots, lliflilSc per lb; sacks, He I
per lb less: peaches, 6te per lb; pears. Sty
per lb; prunes, Italian, $Vk4Ve per lbi
French, 8u4i4c per lb; flga. California
blacks. 66e per lb; do whites. 67o
swr tu, piuius. piiteu, otvuoc pvr 10, ua&ea,
golden, 6 Ho per lb; tarda, $1.00 per 15-Ib box.
BAISINS Seeded, fancy, l ib . cartons, 00
packages to case. 9ie pkg; seeded los
cartons, ic; loose Muscsiris, du-id noins, isji
SV.c per lb; London layers, $1.85(22.00; clusters, J
$2.&08.7S; , 23c; 14a, 000 advance over
r""V- . . .
riuo ren 1-10 cartons, enoice orano. ei.ou:
10 1-lb cartons, fancv brand. 81.10: 10 1 -lb
oran, a-criwo, wc, iu i-io oncaa, otrvwn,
86c; 60 U-lb brlcka, per box. $2.20; 4-row lay -
u. iu, in.ih Ky.. fin. 1m,. fui-iK iu,Ta na,
saw, V - - " v, . , .WDv, w-.v - . ,
lb, OfflOVxc. cailamyrnaa ix-crowa, lu-in car-
box, $1.75; 4-crowu, 20 ty-lb cartons, par bos,
Sroesries, Huts. Eta. .
arm a b . o-s..-t.t .o..w b m.
dered. $5.60: dry granulated. $5.00;. beet grann -
DLUADr 0BICBV 1BMHsl 'VUin, BU.ivi UVW-
lated, $5.46: extra C. $4.90; golden 0. $4.86;
bbls,10c. V, bbls, 25; boxes. 60c advsnce a
aaca? oasis, teas zoc ewt lor caaa. la uaa,
maple, 14tai6c per lb.
COFFEE Green Mocha. 2123c: Jsvs. fsney,
mTtim0K-h r ajwm, mimmrK. - iiuuimf,
lSti'Akf rata Rlna fin.. iaifr2ne! Vtala Blca.
good, 16018c; Costa Rlcs. ordlnaryi llUlse par
lb; package cones, gix.8T. p
j TEAS Oolong, different grades. afflDMi
gunpowder, 283Z(8:ioc; Engllab breskfaat. Oil-
f.r.nr .r. Am Ta U. Hi Ullr, anlitsrlMS. anpolored
Japan. SOaaSOc: greea Japan (very scarce). 80
8AT.T gina Balea. 9a. 8a. a.. Ba. 10a 8X00!
fine table, dairy, 60a, 86c 100s. 60c; Imported
Liverpool, 00a, doc; 100a. unci iun. si.eo.ioo bitit
Worcester Bbls 2s. 8s. $0.00: Ba. $5.25;. lua.
$0.00: bulk. 820 lbs. $5.00: sacks. 00s. 86c
SALT COsrse, naif gronna, luus, per ton,
$6.00: 00a. tier ton. $7.00: Liverpool lump rock.
$23.00 per ton; 001b rock, $6.00; 100s, $6.00.
IIR1IN RlAHHja IMlTta. Ba.7O0Ta.UU OCT 1UU.
BICE Imnerial Japan. -No. 1. a.ai Ne. 1
4c; New Orleans neaa, 7(ffTC. -
BEANS Small, white. c: large white,
$3.00(a3.w; pink, fs.uo; nayou, 014c; Lamaa,
nju'is t-eannts. oac: jumrxja. wmb id, raw,
8610c per lb for roasted; cocosnuts, 85D0s
per 00s; walnuts, n(aiono per id; pine
nuts, 10Q12MC per lb; hickory nuts. 10c per
lb; ebeetnats, eastern. 10Q16c per lb; Bra ill
num. ioe per id; niDerta, ibjioo per id;
fancy pecans, 14 9100 per u; simonas, uj
10c per id. 1
WISH KAILS PreSSfit BBSS St VZ.BO,
ROPB Pure Manila. :l$e; standard, ; 12e;
alaal. lOUA. I
Valnta. Oaal Olla. Eta.. .
COAL OIL Pearl or Aatral Cases, 22c per
1: wster white. Iron bbls. 16e per gsl: wood-
en, I hesdUght, 170-deg., cases 24c per gal.
h'skj .b.bta( jil r? oL.v.
viu-ran raw. in no. eie per
il; cases, 62c per sal; genuine kettle rolled.
car, trmv (m. Si"1, .w, . v , iv.wi
cske, car lots, su.vo par ton; isaa usa ears,
ia.oo ner ton. - - ,i
GASOLINE 86-deg eases, 82o per gsL iron
bbls 20c per gai: atova, esses a per gal.
Iron bbls 18c Per saL
I8e per gau
BENZINE 63-deg., cases 22c. Iron bbls.
PAINT OIL Baw, bbls 83e par gsl, esses 8S0
per gal; boiled, eases 40e per gsL
TUKPENTINE la esses, 88c per gal; wooden
Lb.UJ SS?JR5 ,.1:-':?a MU-
WHITE. LEAD Ton lota. 7e: BOO-Ib lota.
Tc per lb; less lots, Tc per 10. .
Meats aad Provisions.
rur.aa MUia inspecura xeei. prima,
Sa ner Hi.
FBBSU MK ATS Front street Beef, steers,
637T par lb: pork, block. 7(&7e lb; packers,
6&lcper lb; bulU, 4(.4c per lb; mutton,
presseo, eHi 'Tn, ' " P
HAMS. BAt-UIN, 1
COO, aoksaov yvw w . iKuMr auors
Xllara. nnalnokad. 10c Per lb! Smoked, lie ner
b; elesr bscks. unsmoksd, 10c per lb; smoked.
lis per lb; Union butts. 10 to le lbs, snaasoked,
iiavr ishf abbt in inB. ia aa s imp in? rang,
18"ffli8s per lb; picnics, s per lb;
shoulders, lis per lb; dry-salted sides, nn-
smoked, 10e per lb; smoked. 11540 per lb;
breakfaat bacon, 14O10 per lb; fancy,
nn., ner lb.
LOCAL LARD Kettle lest, 10s, 10e per
Th: ISa. llc'Der B; 00-lb Una, 10e per lb:
in; oe, iit-v" " " "" "7s u,
Btesta rendered, loa, 9c per Ib; bs, 10c per
stesm renaerea. ion, 'kc pw id; bs. iuc par
lb; 60s, 9c per lb: compound tierces. 7e par
lb: tubs, 7c per ib; 60s. Te per lb.
KAHXKHM labi B-sttis lea i. iu-10 una,
llc per lb; 6s, lle per lb; 00-lb tins. 10
per IDl sieem-reuaereu, lus, lumo ( 10; na,
loaic ner lb: 00a. 94e per lb.
(Above packing -bouse prices srs set cash, IB
CANNED BALMOn voiumoia nvar 1-lb tans,
fl.OOi -U aaH , a-... v.,
-lb fancy nata. vi.wt isncy. i-ip ovai, uo:
Alaska tans, rns, Buwiooci reu, si.ow; nominal
8a, talla, $2.00. .
FIHa-Kocx coo. Te per id; noenows, oe per
lb; halibut, 9e per lb; craba, $1.26 per dost
rsxor .elsms, 9B10e per dost little-neck elams,
8c, striped baas, 12e per lb; Paget sound
smelt 60 per lb; catfish, Te per lb; black cod,
lh, Mlnui. tmat 1QU.tflIt u . IK.
u.. . " , ...aaavM .. . F "
ooviers, aw lw , ri, -a a iu, miwvii,
ailveratdea, per lb; ateelheada. 10c per Ib;
California efilnook, ixo per .'0; n erring, e pee
lbi soles. 6c per lb: torn cod! 6c per Ib; Colum-
hi a rint amelt. 6c ner lb: aturseoo. Te ner lb:
ahrlmns. 10c ter lb.
0Y8TEK8 Sboalwater hay, per gat, $2.25;
nar sack. $3.T0 nat: Olympla. per sack, $0.26.
PBIKAB7 SHIPMIBTS ABO CLEAEAKCES.
; Chicago, Marph 6. Ths ' primary recelpU
Corn. '. 219,000
Tk. .i..M vm.VlHt and finer. 114
000 bushels; corn, TO.OOO bushels; seta, 20,000
pushels. . . .
TODAY'S CXEABUf OS.
'Ktl eler,n b0- Pg534 BKi'ti
221 I"'.''.'.!!".'.".'. 'm4
- Hamburg Coffee Market, '
Hamburg. ' March 26. Ckiee Coffee quota-
tmns ars unensngeo. -!
". Havr Oeffes Market
Havre, March 267 Close Coffee quotations
... Mow Tsrk Wheat Maiket.
new lors, marcn no. svmb w nest may.
98c; July, 93c , ;
ETC. Portland pack (local) UiiLi. n . "
f 10 to 14 lba, 13o per lb; 14 to 16 lbs, Rrit Lake Citr .
per lb; 10 to 20 lbs, 12e per lb; cottage. 5Lli Wt
lb: nlcnlc. 8s per lb: breakfaat ba-1 .ISIT. " "
NEW YORK STOCKS
SHOW LITTLE CHANGE
trurnianeu ny uveroeca, ntarr m ixae.vw.
v v.h u.k ea -m.. -...y.t
ST. l 5 . "JLJT v .."i","
racmc ana Houtnern facinc. There la notn-
new in the Northern gecuritlee ease, but
tne feeling Is that a favorable adjuatment of It
wlu rnngei ,t , Ber future date, at
the same time the publia Is entirely In doubt
u to what the basle of adjuatment will
k. u ot dlsooeed to ooerate to any
extent The bank statement waa on the whole
favorable and better than expected. Tba dull
ness la agalnat ths market, but there la not
much selling pressure snd ws see little,, very
little, disposition to create one. we
strongly of the view that the propertlea are 1
;- . . . . - . 1
Tk""" ? "L,:00""' on
- . - 1 . . 1
Ananonda Mlnlna Oa...
t 'M-'v;l'f1'Tnf ut
f BEscBirnoB. ; ?. f : s
1 . . . ' : ' : ' : . V
iMiiili midline ' "J' .. ' ' . 1
48 48 48,
69 9 I
90. 90 80 I
20 20 itft ;
125 126 125 1
92 '92"' 'm" !
78 T9 T8H
88 89 88
43 43 42
114 114 114V 1
'io 'io "io
141 141 140 1
1T0 170 109 1
10 10 9
81 82 81
,27 28 27
16 16 16
I 24 24 28
04 04 08
101 101 150 1
21 21 20
'26 '26 '26
42 42 41
64 64 64
129 129 128 1
100 10B 100 1
111 111 110 1
142 143 142 I
11 11 10
62 62 62
'91' '91 '90
IT 17 17
88 88 87
11T 117 116
68 68 67
'ii' '21 'ii"
11T 117 116 1
96 96 96
a e e e e e
'28 '28 '26
43 48 48
22 "22 '22"
'' 'ii ai""
'48 "48 '48
'is" '13 "is"
84 84 83
23 23 23
'82 82 "81
91 82 91
T T 6
78 78 78
13 13 13
04 04 63
. 11 11 11
. 07 07 67
, 16- 16 16
,48 48 48
, 18 18 18
, 40 40 40
, 88 88 88
Amal. (Vimia, "v,
Am. Gar A Found., com.
Baltimore A Ohio, com.
ttmnkfvn H.nid Ty.n.l,
Canadian Pacific, com..
chl. m Alton, com....
Ch, A ot. West, com.,
Chl., Mil. A St Psul...
i hni a Nnrtii mm.
tni, lerminsl HJ
Colo. Fael Iron, com
jom. ISoutn., com......
Ad 1 aat rmttrraA
I Delaware A Hudson..
Dela., Lacks. A West
D. R. u., com
I do 2d preferred.
I do let preferred.
Louisville A Nashville..
Metro. Traction to ... m.
Manhattan Elevated.. i
Mexican Central Ry....
Minn., St. P. A Ste. M..
M., K. A T., com
1 ao prezerrva
1 Naar York Ontrai
I Norfolk a, u .r.rn mm.
1 00 preferred..
1 North American
1 . it . .
I j.. yaV. S TT . . .
Pennsylvania By ,.
I pressed Steel Car, com
I do Dref erred
Pacific Mall Steam. Co.
I RsMirl . nar nm
1 a . ..........
1 do 2d preferred..
do let preferred
Bep. Iron A Steel, com
nocg isiano, ecm...
Sonthern By., com
I Southern PSCtfiC....
1 01. i. o. a piu.
I . . preinrmu-..
u B. r,., cum.
I TCXaB Pacific.
Tann. Coal A Iron..
Union Pacific, com....
IU. S. Leather, com...,.
do preterrea. ........
TJ. S. Bubber, com
TJ. 8. Steel Co., com...
do pref errea.
WheeL- A L. E., com..
1 00 in preierreo
Wisconsin Central, com.
do Dref erred. .
Western Union Tele...
Wabash, com .1
Total sales for day, 96.900 shares.
AMEBICAlf BAKX CLEAEIBOS.
New Tork. March 26. Brsdstreet'S bank
clesrlna-s tor the week ending March 24 show.
ss compared witn ins penoa a year ago
I . L .m, RM OflA
I "tnr im ;'-"rr
4,1 TO, OO0
2. 800. 000
3. 841.01 10
Kanaaa City ,.
New Orleans .
Cleveland , . . ,
St Paul ....
8t. Joseph ...
' . .......
Portland, Or .
i - -
B0BT0X COPPEB, CLOSE.
Boston, March 26 Copper close:
1 gnannon f. 11
I Old Dominion 18
1 old dominion ..................... to- i
I Adventure 2 2
Zinc . 8 0
I f nOCDIK .....,.
1 Winona ..
CHICAGO LOCAL STOCKS,
fhlrara. March 18. Local stocks close
t I , .
I --' - , . -
National Biscuit pfd
1 meri.ao ...
American Box. pfd
I Diamond Match .....
AmeHean Tin Can
Swift Packing .
I National Carbon
National Carbon, pfd
Chicago City Hallway ,
nortb Hide Jtanway ,,,
Weat Side Railway ...
AMEBIC AV STOCKS IV L0HD0B.
London, March 10. 2 p. m Anaconda ad-
iid l Atchlann advanced aA: nrefsrred I
mi, .z, -
afltinMa : na ill morn ac uaa lanncea i 1
1 Canadian Pacific advanced : Cbeeapeaks A
Ohio advanced 1 Chicago, Milwaukee, A St
. Paul advanced Erle advanced ; Louis-
vills A Nsshvllle sdvsnced ; New York Cen-
tral declined : Ontario A Western declined
; I'ennsyirnniB auranrea rut neaanig au
vanred 4: Southern Pacific advanced , :
Sonthern Railway advanced : Union Pacific
I States Steel ' Bdvsneed "" preferred sd vaiiced
W'b"b nDgh"l1: tonsoU 88, uncbsngsd.
advanced ; preferred 'advanced ; United
STEW TOBX BAHK STATZXEHT,
'Km' Ynrk." March 26 Tha bank ataremant
Issued todsy sbows
Reserve, less United States..
. 8.944 0o0
.... ll,er.4 8(W
I Alinnia ..... ....
m , 1H
a a e S a
LOIR Ai UP
serffli tw mm wnif 9PP SAJTOB
POM H-OXBTT KOWEB TO H-
CEJTT SIQHZB SCAT OPTXOJT IB
BraowoEST comw ; AITO OATS
BXOW A QT7ABTEB ABVAJICX.
(Furnished by Overbeck, ' Starr ' Cooke Co.
Chlcaan. March ax. Loaan A Bryan Bay: Tho
nriM in arm
nrlea In wheat la 4e lower to fee higher. The
&v PtlS waa the atrongeat. Liverpool waa
practically unchanged. The bearUh Modern
Miller report - waa a factor fflso. Argentine
nnVrimra from first handa were reported entailer.
There waa colder -weather throughout the west
and quite low temperaturea in tne nortnyest.
Hnlllah Ineal feellnir asserted itself esrlV and
rWs sdvsnced spout 1 cent a bushel, but
itef the pit was disposed to even up snd
even plsy for a reaction In vew of predicted
warmer weather for Monday. There waa small
aalea of cash, wheat at full prices. Minneap
olis reports a rather better casn aemana
hut on the other hand the large mills In the
southwest ar likely to - close -on sceount . of
the poor. jBoBr- ttmya.fU9-WMttt' et-eomm
business la decreastug some and the market
is on the whole only fairly active. Until there
la a softenlna in the! soot wheat position and
better reports from the crop we are inclined to
think wheat may be bougnt for a scsip on uis
Oora a ausxter vp,
Cora closed a higher. It Is tbs sama as
in wheat. There ;.waa a atroug market during
lha ..pi. nu . nf .ha. umIaii H'h . fJmriMMt
1 ciuge vu e,aater. Loral condltiona of supply
and Oema-M are sun bearisn, nut tns Armour
holdlnss seem content to prevent any material
decline. There la quite a large general abort
interest and prices react quickly irom tns
breaks in consequence. Receipts are small and
tne movement la tbe country ia iignt, as ia
usual st this season. Tbs slmost universal
poor quality et the corn la much talked of,
both In respect of Its limiting contract grade
and furnishing poor seed.
Oata a ttusrtsr " Advanced.
Oats are unchanged to o higher. There ia
a very, moderate commission house bualueaa
and there waa some covering by local shorts.
out on tne wnole it was a ratner ami ana
uninteresting market While the receipts sre
light the demand is also moderate. There la
nothing urgent In the cseh - situation. Tbe
ratten bouse see ma to be bearisn, altnougn
the feeling has not been conspicuous for
I sums daya past 1
Provisions Close Unchanged, ,
Provialons closed about unchanged. It showed
a strong tone early on, the advance in grain
and a smaller local receipt of hoga than had
been expected, but aa heretofore, it met with
rather free selling by ' packing Interest on tbe
rally. Even at the decline that has taken!
place tbe market sbows very pour reactive ten
dency. Receipts of hoga are about the aama
sa a year ago and the demand la no better.
Estimsted stocks of pork sre 49.000 barrels:
lard. 89.000 tierces; ribs, 29,000,000 pounds.
Ths markets today ranged as follows:
May $ .061
Old July. .89
Old Sept. .84!
May...,, .68 1
rOEEIOH CHOP XETOKTB.
Broomhall's Corn Trade News of Liverpool
ou March S reports the cropa In tbs various
countries ss follows:
United Kingdom Today ths weather Is much
milder after a Bight of rain, but -wintry con
ditions bars generally prevailed since last
Tuesday, although ths frost wss of short dura.
tlon. Very little seeding bss yet been done,
except in fsvored ioca)ltle, and, generally
apeaklng, agricultural reporta for this country
tell of gloomy prospects. There Is no better
iiiws of our wheat crop; the autumn aeedlnga
are decidedly patcby, and we cannot expect tbe
eprlng seeding will give anything but a amall
addition to tbe area, although we bare aeon st
ltast ona report which mentioned recent sowing
of whest ,
Kusala There bss sees a return of winter
I .1. C ...u...t .v. , ...
1 companted by snow over a great extent of ths
I ,.,-. K, m..m H I ,.1 , . hJ ,Sa n.A.
tective covering ana wnere tote Happened some
anxiety la felt Ths export movement is well
maintained and good quantities seem likely to
be forthcoming la ths future, tor Asotf ports
are already collecting fair stocks against ths
reonenlna of navigation. ..
Bonmaula The crops hsvs had a good covet
of anow during recant frosty weather snd ths
cold wss not severs. ' Interior Holders of grain
are very firm, only email quantities sre striv
ing at us ports sna anipmenm are uxewiss
Bulgaria Our correspondents at Varna writs
that tbs crops so tar srs progressing rsvor
Austria-Hungary Tba weat tier la at were was
rather aprlng-llke there srs no complaints
about tbe crone. Millers at Budapeath hold
large stocks snd complsla of a poor sals for
Hour. t - . . .
Argentina Hssvy ralna srs reported: Wblrb
are unfavorable for the ripening corn crop. Tbe
rllwsy. strike wss yesterdsy reported to bs
settled, and. sltbough this has not been con
firmed teday, It Is said that the situation hss
somewhat Improved. Shipments last week were
again large, but the quantities mast fall oft
axon nnlesa tne strike ia enaea. or rendered in
effective by the en Basement of fresh workers,
Australasia rurtner rains are mwi iroui
Australia, and It is evident there will be no
lark of moisture to give tha new crops a start,
Shipments aat week were smaller, but still
India Ths second official report for ths
United Provinces of Agra and Oudh mentlona
alight damage to wheat by rust; the condi
tion Is given st 80 to 80 per cent of s normal
crop. Tbers bsvs been further besvy rains In
central sad nnlted provinces, which have some
what damaged the crops.
ipfuea Tbe lmnrovement in tne weatner,
mentioned last week, hat been maintained and
crop condltiona are coneldered ravnratie. Hirers
on country markntv have been larger, but w t
abundant and prices ssvs aroppea soour is
Germany The recent froat has left Its mark
I on the winter wnest crop, but tnere are no com'
plainta worth mentioning. Prospects for spring
seeding sre fslrly good, for the froat. with
aatarfv winds, ba pnt the land in good eon
dltlon. Nstlvs wbest haa been more freely
offered. . " . ....
North Africa The crops in Tunis sna Algeria
continue to loog weu.
chicaoo oxlnr cab lots.
Chicago, March 28. Oraln ear lota for to
Cars. Grade. Bat.
Corn 128 ' 8
viz. 1 1 si Tsi .....iiKi j ay-
I The wheat cars today Minneapqlla. 160; Tu
into, on. vnrs a year agw ininurivi., .
Dulutb, 81 ; cmcago, iv.
Close ef Liverpool Oraln.
Liverpool March 26. Close Wheat
-T, .kwerr; . . ,
Vora may, -OTk, uocnangeo. .
' Paris Whest and Flour.
Paris. March. 26. Wheat and flour are weak,
Spot wheat centime wgner. mtures cen
- 1 . . . . . , nr ,
ima vesteraar s Close,
Bt. Louis Greta Market
St Louis, March 26. Close Wheat,
82c; Msy, 98c.
I Corn May. 46 bid.
Kansas City Grain Market
Kansas City. March 29, Close Wheat Msy,
JC ''il' i man
Corn May, 0ia40a
Vlnnespojls Wheat Market
Mlnneapolla. March 26. Close Wheat May,
07c asked; July, POJaWOTC.
Duluth Wheat Market.
Tralnth. . March 24,-r-Close Wbest,
90e; July, 96c. .
Bulut fUa Vsrkst
Duluth, March 26. Close Flex, July, $1.17
I October, $1.19.
NEW YORK COTTON I
$3 A BALE HIGHER
(Furnished by Overbeck,' Starr A Cooke Co.)
New York. March 26. liotton A Co. say:
Cotton opened at a Slight decline from last
night's close on an attempt to hammer tbe
market after the call; The government report
Issued yesterday, being digested with time,
became more sensational. There are Included in
the government estimate two grades of cotton
which cannot be delivered on eontrsirts. namely,
tbe cotton which waa threahert out , 01 noita,
which would r.ot orten. amonutlwr to ever 100.-
000 balea. and .Inters, which have no staple at
all and are used for atufflng mattressee. etc.
While the present price seemed ressonabls to
some BDinners who are noated on the conditions
sua IB not regarded aa nign By speculators woo
art not weduea to ue near sine 01 tne mar
ket thoss who hsve jbn only able to see
cotton ss a abort sale for laat rear, It seems.
can never change, and will ; continue their
policy of Belling that which ' they, have not
and cannot ohtaln at tha nrlce sold. " Thla policy
can have only one effect to put' the pries of
rutures blgher In tbia market.
The market today was : , .
Open. , . High. Low.
Msrch... 14.9T , 14.K8 ; 14.9d
April...... 14.98 7 V 15.00 ' 14.98
May.,...,, 14.77 f 15.28 14.74
June....... 14.85 15.36 14.85
July....... 14.93 7 15.50 V 14.91
August.... 14.40 ,14.90 14.88
September , 12.84 13.02 12.00
October..., 11.88 12 85 11.80
November.. 12.14 12.28 12.12
December,. 11.64 . 12.10 11.64
loss fa aa
BUTCHERS HAVE A
SURPLUS OF CATTLE
Portland Union Stockyarde, March 28. The re
eeipta of livestock In the local yarda during
the paat 24 hours constated of 139 hogs and 17
horses. Hoga continue very firm and the market
now looks blgher. Cattle are rather duU. as
most' of tbe butchers are filled np. Tbe sheep
market la alowly recovering. 7 Kullng official
Csttle Best esstern Oregon - steers,. $4.50
best valley steers, $3.75Ca'4. 25: medium steers,
$3.00(83.70; cows, $3,0018.70; bulls, $2. 25a
4.7ft: Btass. 82.70(0)3.20..
Hogs Beet heavy, $6.00; block, $0.25; China
fata, $5.000.25; atockera and feeders, $4.&0a
6.0O. i - : , .
Sheep Best grain-fed wethers and lambs,
$4.50; mixed sheep, $3.20t4.1O; atockera and
1 , "',.
EASTEBV BOOS STEADY.
Chicago. March 26. Receipts of livestock!
Hoss., Csttle. Sheep.
Chicago 7,000', 8,000' 2,000
Ksnaaa City 2.000 200 v..
Omaha ..8,000 100 206
Hogs Opened steady witn bo.wu lert over
from yesterday: reeeipta a year ago were
0,000 Ruling hog prices show: Mixed snd
hnfrhers. tl..in(ht0.30: food heevv. S0.40'ai0.60l
rough heavy, cs.lOdio.iw; ugut, gi.votsa.tD.
Sheep Steady. . . ,.,",,7 r
San Traaelaoa Brain Market.
flan Franctaco. March 26. Close 11:80 s.
Whest Msy, $1.40 bid, $1.41 ssked; Decem
ber. $1,84. ' - . ' .
Barley May, $1 asked; December, wc.
Milwaukee Grain Close.
Milwaukee. March 26 Wheat May, 95ci
July. 87 c, om. 88C.
uorn aiay, osc; juiy, wi.
Loeomotivs Lays Off Men.
New Tork. Marrh 20. Tho American Lo
comotive company la laying off men at Sy
mftdem 7-room housa. cor. lot 100
feet square; Alley In rear, at University
Park. 2 blocks irom now city park: 1
hlnrk from new street car line. Call on
owner, 316 Cbambar 01 uommsros, xor
terms ana see pnoto 01 premises.
CapltAl 8zul Burplug $600,000.00.
Crain,Provisions, Slocks and Bonds
Largest Private Wire System ta America,
7 Responsible and Conservative. 7
Ws Chargs No Interest for Carrying Loss
W. A. RYER & CO., Correspondents
242 Stark Street.
. STARR (Ut (0.
Members Chicago Board of Trade.
CHAIN, PROVISIONS. STOCKS,
BONDS nd COTTON
102 Third St, Near Stark Phone, Main SIS
Ws sre connected by private wires with
Messrs. Logan A Bryan, Chicago and ew
Tork; Walker Bros., J. 8. BBche Co., New
York 8tock Exchange; Hubberd Broa. Co.,
New Tork Cotton Exchange; Falrchlld A Hob
son; Nsw Orleans Cotton Exchange; Henry
Hertb A Co., New York Coffee Exchange; Paine,
Webber A Co.; Boston Copper and Stock Ex
change; Dick Bros. A Co.; New; Tork snd Phils-
UtlpUlB owes aaavuaaaBaa
I BOinmro, Morxnrn co, .
(Established 1893.) ,
WXBAT AJXV ITOCX BKOXZSSJ,
Boom 4, Oronad 7100.
cxAMBsm or cwsoixscb.
M0XSXS 8B0S. ft. CMJtMTSWEH.
Offer gilt-edge investments in Municipal
and Railroad Bonds, writ or can,
13814 rirst St Portland, Orag-oa.
On Portland Beat Estate at Loweat Bates. .
Titles Insured. Abstracts rurnlsbed.
TITLE GUARANTEE & TRUST CO.
1 Chamber ef Commerce.
OUT TBEASVBEB'S VOTICE OT SALE Of
EEAX PK0PEETT EOB SEUVaDElIT AS-
Notice is hereby given thst ths auditor of
ths city of Portland has trsnsmltted to me
S list of ths delinquent assessments for
constructing the sewer in Esst Twentieth street
from s point 100 feet north of the north line
et Oregon street to s connection with ths sewer
In Handy mad at a point lis feet west of tne
west line of Eaat Twentieth atreet, and that
pursuant to section 412 of ths charter of tbe
cltv of Portland. I will on Monday, tbe. 2ftth day
of Marcb, l4, at tne sour of 10 o ciocs a. m.
at the weat door 01 tne city nail, in tne city 01
Portland. Oreson. offer for sale- at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder for. cash, subject
to redemption, the following described paresis
of real property, to-wit:
Sullivan's Addition to the City of Port
land Blk 30. west lot 5, Daniel Durgao. .... 20.05
Blk 86, weat H lot 6, Daniel Injrgan..... 20.00
Each piece or tract of laud will he sold
aenaratelv and for s sum not less than ths
nnpald assessment thereon and interest, and
coat of advi-rttalng and Bale; If more thaa
one hid Is offered the land will ba sold to
the bidder offering to take the earns for ths
least amount of penalty and Interest; eompetl
linn will bat
lira, gTnoa the nanaltv tar tha first nerlod:
gocond Vpon the penalty for tbs succeed
Third-LpoB t rate of
, flty Tressurer of the' City of Por'ttaid.
Portland. Oregon, February 27.- 1904.
CITT TBEABTBEB'S NOTICE Oft SAIE Ot
BEAL ' PB0PEBTT TOE DELINQUENT AS-
SEB8MENTS. ; , ' TV'.
Notice Is hereby given that the auditor ef
tha city of Portland has trsnsmltted to ms
a list Of. tbe delinquent assessments for
ronstructlng s sewer la East Eighth . street, from
100 feet south of the south line of Thompson
street to s connection with the sewer in Tilla
mook street, and that pursusnt to section 41
of the charter of the city of Portland. I will
on Monday, (he JWth day of March, 1904. at
the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., at tbe west door
if tbe cltv ha.ll in Oie city of Portland, Ore
gon. offer forsale at .public auction to tha
highest bidder tor casn, subject to reoumpuoo.
the following described parcels of real 'prop
Blk 106. lot 17. Elisabeth Ryan. . 1
Blk 106, lot 16, Elisabeth Kyaa , . iti.,.:.
Each piece or tract of laud all! I a.,1,1
separately and for a sum nut less than 1M
unpaid asaessment thereon and Interest, ami
coat of sdvertising . and aalei If more thua
one bid is offered the laud will lie sold to
tne bidder ottering to take the urns' for tlie
least s mount of penalty aad Interest: competi
tion will be:
Urst Cpon the penalty for tbe first period;
Second L'oon the nenaltv fnr. 1H atti.atl.
tag periods; .
Third Upon ths rats) of Interest.
' City Treasurer of the" City pf I'.Vtlsnd.
Portland, Oregon. February 27, 1904.
CITT TBEASTJBER'B B0TICZ OF SALE 0E
BEAT. PK0PEBTX 70S. DELINUUtHT AS- -8EBBMEXT8.
Notice la herebv elven that tha anAKn
ths city of Portland . has transmitted to hie
a nvt ' 01 tne delinquent sssesainenta for
constructing ' the .sewer In York street.
from the west Hoe of Twenty-fourth street to
m connection with ths sewer In Twenty-ant.
Street, snd thst pursuant to section 412 of tlrtr
charter of the city of Portland. I will on Mon
day, the 28th day of March, 1904, at the hour
of 10 o'clock a. m., at the weat door of tbe
city hall la the cltv of Portland, Oregon,
offer tor sale at public auction to tne highest
muiier nt casn, suoject to redemption, the
following described parcels of real property.
Poacher's Second Addition tn tha dr '
Blk T. lot 10, The Sterling Land com
pany .... .,,....,,.g46.P
Each' piece or tract of land will Iw. ani 1
separately and for a auornot leaa than the
unpaid assessment thereon and Interest, suit
cost of advertising - and sale; it more then
ons bid is. offered the Isnd- will be- sold to
tne oiacier errering to take the same for the
east amount 01 penalty and Interest ; competi
tion' will be: -f. ; - ......
First Upon the penalty for the first period;
Second l;non .the nenalls f,.. th imm.,l
lhg periods; , t .
Third Upon .the rate of Interest. - 7
r 7, ' . J. K. WEKLEIJ7,
City Treasurer of ths City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon,' February 27, 1904.
CXTT ZBEASUBEB'S NOTICE 07 SALE 0E
EEAX PH0PESTT FOB DELINQUENT AS
Notice la hereby siren that tha andltma
the city of Portland haa transmitted to me
a , liat of the delinquent assessments for
the Improving of Hooker street from 12 fort
eaat of the west 11 us of Water street1 to
the west line of Second atreet, anil
that pursuant te section 412 of" tbeoeharter of
the city of Portland I will on Monday, the
28th day of March, 1904. at the hour of 10
o'clock, a. m at the weat door of the city ball.'
In the city of Portland, Oregon, offer for sale
at public auction, to the highest bidder for
cash, subject to redemption, the following du
sctibed parcels of real property, to-wit:
Csruthers' Addition to Caruthers' Ad
dition to the City of Portland
Blk 47, west . 80 1-3 feet of east 70 2-3
feet of lot 4. Anne B. Gratka. 840780
Blk 68, east 100 feet of lot 3, rank II.
uram .1 is.?..
Each Dlece or tract of land will ha sold
Separately and for a sum sot less thaa the.
unpaid asaessment thereon and Interest, aud
coat of advertising and. sale; If more than
ons bid la offered the land will be sold to
tba bidder offering to take the aame for the
least amount of penalty snd Interest; competi
tion will e:
First Cpon tbe penalty for the first period;
fiiamnil-ITnnn tha nna1tv f . th h..uL
Third Upon ths rata of Interest. ;
J. E. WEKLfelW.
City Treasurer of the City of Portland.
Portland, Oregon, February 27. 1904.
crrr tbeasubeb's votice or sale or
EEAX nOPEBTY TOE BEUBtWEXT AS
' SE88MEET8. 7
Notlca Is hereby given that ths auditor nf
ths elty of Portland has trsnsmltted to me
s list of the delinquent saaeasments for
tha Improving of Elver street from ths south
Una of Alblns avenue to 100 feet south of tbe
south line of Alblns avenue, and that pursuant
to section 412 of tha charter of the city of '
Portland I will on Monday, ths 28th day of
March, 1904, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m..
at tbe west door of the city hall. In the city
of Portland, Oregon, offer for Bale, at puh.lc
auction, to the highest bidder for eaah. sub
ject to redemption, tbe following described par
cela of real property, to-wlt! 1
A tract of land lying between ths north .
line of River street aud s line 15 feet
northerly therefrom snd parallel there
with and between ths Southerly line of
Albina avenue and a line 100 feet
southerly therefrom snd parallel there
with, James B. Montgomery estate,
heirs of . , $214.63
A tract of land lying between two lines
respectively 10 feet and 00 feet north- 7
eriy rrom and parallel witn. ue norm
erly line of Blver atreet and between
the southerly line of Alblns svenus snd
a line 100 feet southerly therefrom and
parallel therewith. W. H. H. Morgan. 2C2.T
A tract of land lying between two llnea
respectively do tret ana i'"i reet north
erly from snd parallel with the north-
rly line of Elver street and betweea
the southerly line of Atoms avenue
and a line 100 feet southerly therefrom
snd parallel therewith, James B. Mont
gomery estate, heirs of 69.02
Each niece or tract et land will be sold
separately snd for a sum not less than the
unpaid asaessment thereon sad interest, snd
cost Of sdvertising snd sale; if more than
one bid Is offered tbs Isnd will be sold to
ths bidder offering to take the earns for the
leaat amount of penalty aud Interest; competi
tion wilt bet .
First Upon tbe penalty for the nrat period;
Second iJdob tho penalty for the aucceetS-
Third lBOB tns rats til interest.
f J. R. WERLEl!.
City Tressurer of the City of Portland.
Portland. Oregon, February 27, 1004.
CITT TEEASUHEB'S NOTICE OF SALE Or
BEAL PROPERTY FOB DELINQUENT AS
SESSMENTS. Notice is hereby given that the auditor of
tha city of Portland haa transmitted to me
a Hat I of tbe , delinquent assessments for
improving Union Svenue from ths south
line of Weldler street to the north line of Mor
ris street, snd that pursuant to section 412
of the Charter of the city of Portland I Will
en. Monday, ths 28th day of March, 1904. at
tbs hour of 10 o'clock a. m st tne west do,r
of the city hall, in the city of Portland. Ore
gon, orrer for sale at punne auction to the
highest bidder for cash, subject to redemption,
tbe following described parcels of real property,
to-wlt: I . 7- ,.7 .;
Town Pf Ainina-,
Blk 16, "west 00 feet of east 100 feet of
lot IB, Mary Sorters trana ....$ 6. 87
Blk 16. seat 00 feet ot east 100 feet of
lot 14, Mary Soderstrand 4.ST
Blk 16, east 100 feet et lot 11. Susan
Holladay's Addition to Eaat Portland,
Blk 24H.T undivided H of lot $, John H.
Blk 248, undivided of lot T, Jobs H.
Mitchell i 64.2d
Blk 248, undivided H of lot 6, John H.
Blk 246, undivided tt of lot 6, John H. ..
Mitchell a..........,. 67.96
Town of Albina
Blk 9. eouth 17 ft of Jot 2, W. H. D. "
Pierce i......... 21.06
Blk 9, north 48 feet of lot 2, Johanna Cur
tin , ........... .. .1 87.13
Blk 9. north 22 feet ef lot 1. W. H. D.
Blk 4. lot 1. Albert Federlen. ....147.31
Holladay Addition to East Portland
Blk 21T. lot 8, Victor Vasaeur.,.. ....... 129 60
Blk 217, lot 4, Victor Vaaseur.,.,...,...lU7.03
Each piece or tract of land will be sold,
separately and for a sum not less thaa the
unpaid assessment thereon snd Interest, snd
cost of advertising and sala; If more tbsa
one bid Ib offered ths Isnd will be sold to
tbe bidder offering to tske tbe ssms for the
leaat amount of penalty and Interest; competi
tion will be:
First Cpon the penslty for ths- first period;
Second Upon tbs penalty for tbs succeed
ing periods; 1
Third Cpon tha lata of Interestr
. J. I. WERLEIN.
City Tressurer of the City of Portland. 7
Portland. Oregon. February 27. 1904.
CITT TREASURER'S NOTICE Or SALE 0T
VSEAL PROPEBTT TOE DELINQUENT AS-
I IE8SMENTS. ';'- : " A' ;
. Notice Is herebv glveo that the auditor of
tha city ot Portland has transuiltteS to se
s Hat , of ths delinquent ssmtssmente fr
ths Improving of Nineteenth street from the
north line of Wsabtngtoo street to the south
Una ef Thurman street, snd' that pursusnt tn
section 412 ot the charter of tbe city of Port
land 1 will oa Moaday, ths 2Hlb day of Marcb,
1904. st the hour of 10 o'clock S. m at the
west door of the city ball, ia the city of Port
land. Oregon, offer few sale, at public auction,
to ths highest bidder for cash, subject ta re
demption, ths following described parcels pf
real property, to wit: '
Couch' Addltloa M tbs City of Portland-
Blk 204, lot 2, Omar B. Chapman .,..$"4 71
Each piece or tract ef land will be sM
separately and for a auia sot leas than tho
unpaid ssae. anient tberwjs and Interest, an I
CMt of advertising sad aaM If nvT tin-i
one bid to offered the land wilt ha a-,1.1
the bldd-r offering t. tit the aame fUn
lesst amount of pvnalty aud lutereatt Cumn ti.
Don will be:.
Klrstl'pon the pensltr for the fft U":
' Stwnnd Upon ths penslty f'.r t!' so-)-ing
JTilrd IpoB ths rsto of lnt-ft.
... J. K. wM'l.f'V,
'City TsesMirer" of the f'ily .f 1 ,',r. 1,
Port Isnd, Orcgno, Fet)uiy X!. I .