THE MORNING OEEQONIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 190. 15
LUMP IN COFFEE
per pound; miudrled. sacks' or boxes, 4 Vic;
apricots. 10'o; peaches. CHTSc; pears, OS MARKET IS STAGNANT
$4.S30i8: commercial bills,
TRADE IS IRREGULAR 77c: extra choice. 76S4ic, and fancy, XKATZLERS QUIDJC.
lie; prunes. I&Uan, H97Hc; French. 2 Bar silver. 55c
5Uc; figs. California blacks. Gc; do white, 7c;
Smyrna. 20c; Falbd dates, $1.50; plums, pitted. Mexican dollars. 43c LIVESTOCK MAKKETS.
6c k Bonds Government steady; railroad 'heavy.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons. $2.753.75 per Prices PerOaad Uaiea Stockyards
box; oranges, narel $1.5002.75; mandarines, OPERATORS WAITING FOR NEXT LONDON, Feb. 5. Bar silver uncertain, IMPROVEMENT IN SOUTH AMD yesterday.
small boxes. 09c; 'large boxes. 75c: tangerines. 25d per ounce.
$1.60 per box; grapefruit. J3.233'3.50 per box; MOVE IN THE ORIENT. . WEST, BUT NOT IN EAST.
Speculators Abandonthe New bananas. 54660' par pound; pineapples. $3.73
4 per dozen.
The rate of discount In the open, market for
short bills Is 202 per cent; three months
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 1G3 sheep and 225 hogs.- The.
following prices were quoted at the yards:
York Market "Stocks Are Weak With Losses of a bills, 202 6 per cent. Progress Slow In Iron and S,teel Ind- CATTLE Best steers, $4.25; medium, $4;
Groceries, Nuts, Etc cows, S3.5033.75.
RICE Imperial Japan, No. L 5Vc; No. 2,
Carolina head, Gc; broken head, 4c
Point or More In Active
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 0. Silver bars, 55C
Mexican dollars nominal,
ustry-Cotton Business Demoral-
ized by Speculation on 'Change.
HOGS Best large,
large hogs. $4.75.
fat hogs, $5.25; medium
NO GREAT BREAK EXPECTED 20c; Costa Rica, fancy. lBQ20c: Costa10124
COFFEE Mocha. 20828c: Java, fancy, 259
32c; Java, good. 20SS4c
good. 16ei8c; Costa Rica, ordinary.
Java, ordinary, 1641
per pound; Colombia roast, cases, 100s, $13.50;
NEW YORK, Feb. 5. Today's stock market
DraTta Sight. 12c; telegraph. 15c
Sterling oa London. GO days, $4.83; sight.
$4.66. NEW YORK. Feb. 5. R. G. Dun & Co.'s
SHEEP Best wethers, $3.50; mixed sheep,
$3.25. Shorj Line
50s. $13.75; Arbuckle. $14.75; Lion. $14.75. was a drifting natch, operators for the most Today's Treasury Eta tea eat. weekly review of trade tomorrow will say:
SALMON Columbia River,
$1.65 per dozen;
talis. $2.40; fane?
part standing Idly by and watching the amaz-
ing fluctuations In tne cotton market, and
WASHINGTON. Feb. 5. Today's statement
of the Treasury shows:
Sensational fluctuations in the great staples
were the features of the week, cotton and
Prices at Chicago, Omsha and
Kansas City. ah Union Pacific
Full Cent Decline in Package Brands talis. .$1.20; cockeyes. Alaska pink. tails. 75c: red. awaiting the expected definite outcome of the $227,207,542 coffee attaining new high records for the sea- CHICAGO. Feb. 5. Cattle Receipts, 3300.
tails. $1.50; Available cash balances...
-W- heat-Holders Not Ready flats. XL. 60. question of peace or war in the Far East. The Gold 99,056,356 son, but subsequently declining sharply, while Market steady. Good to strong steers. $4,009 3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DMW
SUGAR Sacs tasls. per 100 pounds: Cube, 5.50; poor to medium, $4.2594.80; stackers and
mere fact of the wild condition of the cotton grain advanced.
Sellers-But- ter Market Is $5.70; powdered. $5.55; dry granulated. $5.45; Basic CleariBgs. feeders. $2.254.15; cows, $1.504.25; heifers, Through Pullman standard and tourist sleep-Is- a
extra C $4.05; golden C. $4.85; advances over market was sufficient to exert a depressing Trade reports are Irregular. Improvement at $283.50; canners. $L502.40; bulls. $2S4; cars dally to Omaha, Chicago. Spokan;
Weakening. cack basis as follows: Barrels. 10c: influence on stocks, whether the price of cot- Clearings. Balances.
25c; boxes, 50c per 100 pounds. (Terras:
Portland .. , $470,267 $ 33.265 the South and West finding little response at calves, $3if7.25. tourist sleeping-ca- r dally to Kansas City:
On remittance within 15 days, deduct Uc per ton was advancing or collapsing. As a mat- Seattle .... 691.899 226.200 the large Eastern cities. Persistent low tem- Hogs Receipts today, 26,000; tomorrow, 0;
through Pullman tourist sleeping-ca- r (person-
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago, Kaasat-CUy- .
pound; if later than 15 oays. and within 39 ter of fact, the rebounds In that market were Tacoma ... 336.82S 52.811 perature is preventing a good demand for mixed and butchers, $4.7565; good to Reclining chair cars (seats free) U
days, deduct ifcc; no discount after SO days.) of almost equal violence with the drops. The Spokane ., 386,202 59.409 heavy wearing apparel, and increasing the dif- choice heavy, fl.0O3.10; rough heavy. $4.75 the East dally.
Beet sugar, granulated. $555 per 100 pounds; grain markets also were inclined to run off. ficulties of transportation. Spring buyers are 4.90; light. 4.3084.60; bulk of sales, $4.75$
maple sugar, 1516c per pound. Little light was to be had from these mar- arriving In large numbers, with noteworthy
The advance la. wheat, slump In cotton and NUTS Walnuts. 15ic per pound by sack, SUPPORTED BY AR3IOUK. 4.93. UNION DEPOT. Leaves. Arrive.
stagnation In stock trading Is laid to the score lo extra for less than sacks; Brazil nuts. kets, therefore, on the chances of peace or war. eagerness to secure cotton goods, even at the Sheep Receipts, GOOO; strong to higher; good
The foreign arbitrage brokers were Idle, re- Exceptional Activity and Flncteatloas la enhanced prices. to choice wcthera, $44.50; fair to choice it.
of the Par Eastern crisis, but the break In the large. filberts,almonds. L X.jumbos. 15c; extra 3:25 P.
15c; 15c: pecans, CHICAGO-PORTLAN- D 9U5 A. M.
14c; L.. 14c: n pics flecting the almost stagnant condition of for- Wheat at New York. Railway earnings for January averaged 7 per mixed. $3.75g4. SPECIAL for th East Dally. Dally,
coffee market can be attributed entirely to ultras. 15c; sonpariels. 15c; chestnuts, Italian. eign operations pending the settlement of the cent larger than In 1903. via Huntington.
manipulation at New York. . A full cent de- 15c: Ohio, 4Vc per drum: peanuts, question. The weakness of streks grew more CHICAGO, Feb. 5. Exceptional activity was KANSAS CITY, Mc, Feb. 5. Cattle Re-
Progress Is slow in the iron and steel In- SPOKANE FLYER. 7:45 P.M.
raw, 051c per pound; roasted, 830c; plnenuts,
cline here ln the past 24 hours in package 10&12c; hickory nuts, 7c; coacoanuts. S5Q&0a marked as the day progressed, and during the displayed In the wheat pit at the opening. dustry, new business coming forward reluct- ceipts. 5000; no Southerns. Market steady: na- for Eastern 'Washing- - Dally.
8:00 A. M.
coffees Is an evidence of the weakness la the per dozen.
latter part of the session losses of a point or Prices were extremely erratic and .showed antly. Several dispatches regarding largo con- tive steers. ;
Texas and Indian steers, ton. "Walla Walla. Lw-lsto- n,
SALT Bale. $2: fine. 50s. 35c; 100s, C5c; more became quite general In the prominent wide fluctuations. Owing to the acuteness of tracts cannot be confirmed, and It Is usually $3.254.15; Texas cows. $2.252.75; native Goour d'Alene
East. As was noted In these columns several Liverpool. 5us. 50c: 100s. &Sc: 224s. $1.00; d.
active stocks. The market showed no effective cows apd heifers, $1.753.90; stockers and and Great Northern
100s. $8.50: 50s. $7. the war sltuaUon, shorts appeared determined found that the statements refer to old orders, points.
weeks ago, Plunger Brown dropped cotton tem- resiliency, and the closing was weak and dulL while the figures of tonnage prove much feeders. $2.501; bjulls, $2.25S3.65; Western
porarily and took hold of coffee with the well-kno-
BEANS Small white, Sc: large white, 355c;
pink, 3Vtc; bayou, 3Uc; Lima, 4c There were some early points of resistance to to even up trades with little regard to prices. smaller than Indicated. Conditions continue steers, $3.404.25; Western cows, $L753; ATLANTIC EXPRESS S:15 P. M. 0:00 A.M.
Result that No. 7 Rio went from 5c to the declining tendency. Amalgamated Copper In this- effort, the price of the May delivery quiet, prospective purchasers procrastinating calves. $4.306.50. for tha East via Hunt- - Dally. Dallv.
was lifted on the circulation of a rumor that was forced c above the high-reco- mark reg- in the hope of more attractive terms. In sev- Sheep Receipts. 1000. Market steady; mut- ington.
Hops, Wool. Hides, Etc. another favorable ruling had been made In Its tons. $3.7564.50:
friend. Sully, have evidently made up their istered yesterday, the opening quotations be- eral lines It has not proved possible to main- lambs, $4.4065.65; range
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE
HOPS Choice, 2729c per pound; prime. 25c Montana litigation. Sugar, United States wethers, $3.754.35; ewes,v$2.753.85.
jamas (hat coffee Is not as good as cotton, for medium. 24c
WOOL Valley, I7S18s; Eastern Oregon. 123
Steel preferred and the Chicago &. Alton stock ing 0c lower to 0c
July was a shade to 0.c lower, at 55
higher, at 95090c tain price agreements, some producers making
special rates, and the season opens with the FOH SAN FRAN- - 8:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M.
they ,both seemed to have cleaned up their 15c; mohair. 22035c made short-live- d demonstrations of strength. May prospoct that there will be an open market SOUTH OMAHA. Neb., Feb. Re- CISCO, S. S. Gee V. From
holdlrgs and gone on a vacation. "When they HIDES Dry bides. No. 1, 1G pounds and up. The first marked weakness developed in Wa- S5c Within ten minutes fromfallentime 93cthe
for cotton ties. A better outlook Is reported ceipts. 1900; market steady; native steers, $3.20 Elder, Feb. 0, 16. 20- AlasxA
etartil in, coffee was lower than It was ever 15315Hc 12c: dry calf.dry kip. No. 1,6 5 to 15 per pound; bash preferred and in Pennsylvania, and the had touched OCc. the price bad for structural steel. 05; cows and heifers, $2.353.75; canners, S. S. Columbia, Feb. Dock.
a drop of 2c, while July had sold off to 84c
pounds. No. 1. under pounds, whole market weakened after the publication $L502.50: stockers and feeders. $2.503.85; 1. 11, 2L
fenoTtt to be, and everything was ripe for an IGc; dry salted, bulls and stags, one-thi- less of a report that the Pennsylvania Interests had
Just when buyers of cotton goods were be- calves, $335,25; bulls, stags, etc, $2.4003.80.
below the top figures. After the first ginning to exhibit a pronounced disposition to
tipwad movement- - Brazil had had one bumper poundsdry flint; salted hides, steers, sound, 63
end two big crops, and the speculators figured 6c; under 50 pounds and cows. 61437c: stags
and over, BQSMc: 50 to GO pounds. 70 Issued notes for $50,000,000 for 18 months at
4H per cent. Several reports were circulated
minute or two of trading, a flood of
long place more liberal orders the collapse In the
raw material produced hesitation. Consumers
Hogs Receipts. 7000; market lower; heavy,
$4.SO4.00; mixed. J4.70S4.75; light, $4.60
FOR ASTORIA and 8:00 P. M. 5:00 P. M."
way points, connecting Dally.
with steamer for II- - except
IhatfN'ature would help them out. and bulls, sound, 434c; kip, sound, 15 to 20 during the day to indicate a settlement of the wheat was poured on the market, and It have reduced supplies In the hands or dealers 4.75; pigs, $3.75e4.50; bulk of sales. $4.70 waco and North Beach, Sunday. Sunday
pounds. 7c; under 10 pounds, be: green ), Pennsylvania-Goul- dispute, and an- - effort was seemed as if everybody had wheat for sale. 4.80. steamer Hassalo, Ash- - Saturday
Prim the best Information obtainable, it lc per pound less; culls, 1c per pound
to a point that necessitated replenishing, and street dock. 10:00 P. M.
.ers that crop propects In Braz'.l are not of less; horse hides, salted, each. $1.502; dr. made to make the proceeds of this lotn ap- Under this heavy pressure, prices began to the Inquiries for prompt shipments were ex- Sheep Receipts, 4500. Market steady; West-
25050c: goat plicable to this Mttlemenf, but without any erns, - J4.30S4.70; wethers, $3.90 4.20; ewes. FOR DAYTON. Ore- - 7:00 A. M 3:50 P. M.
the best, but it Is a difficult country Xroxn each. $101.50; colts' hides, each, Angora, with
skins, common, each. 10Q15c; avail to check the decline In the stocks af- decline. Stop-lo- orders came out and in- panding, but It is natural that the market
$2.803.80; common and stockers, $2,4033.70; goa City and Yamhill Daily Dally"
a should become uncertain when the prices for
whl to get news, and the exact size of the wool on, 25cfi$L fected. Rumors have been abundant for some creased the downward tendency, and for goods are very high and raw cotton declines lambs, $4.60S5.50. Klver points steamers except
Modoc and Elmore, Sunday.
Prime, per pound. 485c; Nc 2. Sunday.
crofl can never be known until It has been TALLOW
nd grease. 2H3c
days past of a contemplated capital issue by time the situation looked extremely critical. $0 a bale In a single day. Notwithstanding dock (water
harpsted and chipped out of the country. The the Pennsylvania, which have been vigorously Armour, the lead of the bull crowd, however, this interruption, a better volume of trade Is DECLINE NOT CHECKED. per.).
futve of the coffee market will depend on 6uch denied. These evidences of heavy loan ex- supported the market on the break, and a fair in progress, and it Is recognized that goods
Heats and Provisions.
inf matlon as can be obtained of crop possi-"bl- l! BEEF Dressed, GQWc per pound.
pansions .to which was added the sale of
$5,000,000 of Missouri Pacific notes, was of rally occurred. From 9344c May quickly
ad- wern by no means on a parity with raw ma- Lonff Holders of Cotton Are Still Panicky
Loss of S7 s Bale Since Monday.
t?R Rlparla, points,
and way riliw 1L
5:00 P. M.
es and 'what the big coffee men think of - MUTTON Dressed. 637V4c: lambs. vance to $4c vrhlle July steadied a terial. from Dally;
the trade. Perhaps outside Interests may also VEAL Dressed, small, e0c; large, 40c 7c more effect on sentiment than the estimates of
a gain in cash reserves by the banks on the 84c. Trading then market was Into
developed rather New England shoe manufacturers have ample NEW YORK. Feb. 5. The cotton market Lewtston.
Sp0knB Mli Saturday, except
PORK Dressed. C7c tame affair, but the nervous. business In sight, but there Is much complaint opened steady at a decline of 10 points to an Friday.
gar m to some extent. If they continue invest-l- week of about $2,000,000, In spite of the large
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds. 13c per pound;
requirements and shipments to Outside of the signs of Impending war. the of the scarcity of leather and the Increased
advance gf 7 points, with the market develop-
In coffee. 14 to 1G pounds, 12c per pound; 18 to 20
pounds. 12V4c; California (picnic), &V4c; cottage New Orleans. early news contained several items of exceed- cost of production.
ing greater firmness as the call progressed. Telephone Main 712.
: Is not very likely, from the statistical
hams, OVsc: shoulders. 10c; boiled bams. 20c; ingly bearish import. Receipts In the
North- Failures this week in the United States are
Bonds were dull and heavy. Total sales, par The opening declines were due to continued
west and Southwest were heavier ItanlM
pc !.lon of the market, that coffee will again boiled picnic hams, boneless. 14c. 240, against 302 last week, 35S the preceding PORTLAND & ASIATIC STEAMSHIP
value. $2,110,000. United States bonds were week, and 281 the corresponding week last liquidation and bear pressure, while the stead-
di to last year's low level, because, first, breakfast. Fancy choice. 16c; Englishstandard
BACON breakfast. ISc: unchanged on call. year. Weather conditions on the Pacific Coast ier tone was on less unfavorable war news COMPANY.
17c; break- materially im- year. Failures In Canada number 29, against For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
B zll will hardly produce as big a crop; and, fast bacon. 11 to 14 pounds. 15c CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS. and In the Southwest were 2S last week and 34 last year. than expected, and the rally In the Liverpool Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
SAUSAGE Portland ham, 13o per pound; proved. Argentina reported much more liberal market, where prices, after opening 60 Toints via connecting steamers for Manila, Port
6 ndly. because consumption has grown, and Sales. High. Low. Close. factors
1; till growing.
minced ham. lOttc: Summer, choice dry. 17c;
To prophecy what price Is bologna, long, 6c; welnerwunl, 8c; liver, Atchison .... shipments than a year ago. These of July lower, had rallied to about the anticipated fig- Arthur and Vladivostok.
were Influential in bringing out a lot
2(5.200 CDVi Gbft OSft WEATHER CONDITIONS UNFAVORABLE. ures. It also developed that there was a good For rates and full information call on or
I ly to rule Is a difficult thing, but some-- v &V; pork, 10c; blood. 5Hc headcheese. 5V4c;
re between 7c and 8c for No. 7 Bio would
bologna sausage, link,
DRY SALT MEATS Regular short clears.
Baltimore & Ohio...
100 01ft Oil, 91
wheat, arid. Incidentally.
feet on the May option. Fresh war day. re-
rumors Affect Transportation Throughout Most of deal of bull support. Mr. Sully was buying,
brokers representing New Orleans were buying,
address officials or agents of O. R. & N. Co,
: to be about reasonable. 1031 lo smoked; clear backs, 10c salt. Canadian Pacific .... 4.600 117H llt7i UtP; were circulated In the pit late n the the West. and for the first 25 minutes the market ruled
11c smoked; Oregon exports, 20 to 25 pounds, Central of N. J 200 1584, 158 157
average. HV4c: dry salt. 12Hc; smoked. Union Chesapeake & Ohio.. 1,300 33 52 sulting in another active NEW YORK, Feb. 5. Bradstreefs tomor- very firm, selling up to a net gain of from 31
the big bull operator being JePortcd. f11,.,1"
Kew York Market Still Weak. butts. 10 to 18 poends, average, Sc dry salt, Chicago & Alton row will say: to 34 points on the active months.
side of the market. Just
1EW TORK. Feb. 5. The market for coffee Sc smoked.
urea opened steady at an advance of 156C0
I nta, but in sympathy with the sensational pickled tripe, -- barreli. $5;
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs feet,
$5.50; $3; kit. $1.S5;
jni. ul western..
Chicago & N. W...
July sold up to 86c. and Anal
S508Cc a net gain for the
aOT) Weather conditions unfavorably affect trade
and transportation throughout most of the
West, while wildly fluctuating markets of cot-
But outside longs were still panicky, and to-
ward the end of the flrst half-ho- a
bear attack broke prices a few points, AST via
ak In cotton, almost Immediately broke to kit, $1.25; pickled pigs' tongues,
Chi., MIL & St. Paul
Chi. Term. & Trans..
closed at 05c. a loss of
A.Me from the heavy liquidation
0c early in
ton, coffee an dthe cereals make the specula-
tive situation of these staples a matter of con-
outside liquidation became overwhelmingly ac-
tive, and the market in an Instant was plunged
.jnet loss of about 1040 points, with Sep- - pickled lambs' tongues. $3.25; do preferred ...... 200 23 feature In the
the day. the most conspicuous strength of the cern. The feeling grows that a late opening Into scenes of wilder excitement lhan those Un wants JqJ
Ir.ber down to CSOc. The decline, however.
Iracted buying by Important trading Inter. 10c; 60s. 10c: 20s. lOHc; 10s, 10Hc; 8Xc: 104c
LARD Kettle rendered: Tierces.
C, C, C. & St. L...
Colorado Southern ..
do 1st preferred....
100 17 17
corn market was the relative
cellvery. Heavy selling of May by break
some trade and conservative buying are to be looked
for In many lines.
which marked yesterday's market. Inside of
an hour prices had been driven down until
of the prominent holders caused a day
severe Exceptions are to be found at the South, March was selling at 13.75c May at 13.89ci
Is, and prices soon rallied. Standard pure: Tierces. Sc: tubs. &c; 50s. do 2d preferred....! 400 25H 25 24V4 mar-
0c; 20s. Bic: 10s. 8Hc: 5s. 9Sc Compound:
The world's visible statement showed a de- - Tierces. THc: tubs. 7&c; 60s. Tile
Delaware & Hudson ,600 163V3 159 1594 early In the session. Late I the pri cesad-vance- d
which reports wholesale trade active, especial- and July at 14.10c a net decline of 110121
Del.. Lack. & West. 100 2(Hb lt5S44 268 ket became exceedingly strong, andMay closed ly la fertilizers, livestock and Implements, points on these positions. July on last Monday Leave. Union Depot. Arrive.
Irase for the month of January of 445,000 Denver & Rio Grande 100 20t 204 2044 above the opening level. pointing to an Immense acreage In cotton. having sold at 17.55c The low point of the
figs, whioh helped the market somewhat, and Oils. do preferred 900 71
c higher, at 56c July closed
with a gain Next to this may be classed the Southwest, morning, therefore. Indicated a loss of about OVERLAND EX
Erie 11.300 27 26: 20i which, despite cold weather, reports trade sat-
Jhile the receipts reported for yesterday were GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 21Hc; Iroa do lrt preferred.... 2,900 G5i 03H CI? of 101C at 53c grains. Tne
$700 on every 100 bales of cotton. Offerings
3 .30 P. M.
fall,, the Interior points called for smaller fig- - barrels. ISc: 86 degrees gasoline, cases, 82c; do 2d preferred.... 2.000 45 444s 44 Oats followed the course of other with yes- isfactory for the season, the outlook good and diminished, the local bull leader began buying. for Ealem. Ruae-bur- g, 7:45 A. K.
Iron barrels or drums. 26c Hocking Valley .... 75 close waa at the tor. and on a level bank clearings large Eastern trade reports New Orleans continued to support the market, Ajohland, Sac-
ramento. O g d e n.
Ires, ani private advices forecasted lighter re LEAD Pioneer, Collier and Atlantic whlU do preferred S2i are good as to retail Winter trade, which is shorts turned to cover and the active months
This attracted a and red lead in lots of 500 pounds or mor, terday's close a San Francisco. Mo--
ceipts In the near future. Illinois Central S00 129 128 128
Trading In provisions was active, butthe said to have cleaned up old stocks of goods. were rallied 5 Oto 75 points. Java. Los Angeles,
than 500 pounds. 7c
of outside demand to some extent, and 6Hc: lessOIL Pearl or astral oil. cases. 23c Iowa Central 20
COAL do preferred 37 weaker tone prevailed. The decline in hogs had a
As to Spring trade, however. Irregularity Is Following this, fluctuations were narrow and El Paso, New Or-
leans and the East.
Ienewal was finally steady at a decline of per gallon; water white oil. Iron barrels, 16V4c; Kan. City Southern.. 200 18 18 18H grain pits and lower prices for noted. comparatively Irregular. Just before the close 8:30 A. M. Morning train con-
to an advance of 10 points, most of elalne barrels, none: eocene star cases. 2SV4c;
wood oil. 25V4c; do preferred 700 35 35 84 depressing Influence early In the day. sustained and the Wool Is firm, with stocks light, and 5 to 10 the local bull leader became a heavy buyer, nects at Woodburn
oil. cases. 2SV4c; extra cases. Louisville & Nash v.. 3,100 per cent higher prices at London. The Iron
the active positions being. five points lower. headlight oil. 175' degrees, cases, 25c; iron Manhattan L. ...... 100
market was unable to regain losseatime. The bidding July up to 14.92c, but this demand (dally except Sun- -
under liberal liquidation at that trade shows little change. filled, the market closed barely steady, with lay) with train for
Sales were reported at 423,750 bags, includ barrels. 16cheadlight.' bo per gallon higher.)
(Washington State test burning Metrop. Securities ... 100 84 84 83 May pork Wheat. Including flour, exports for the week Mount Angel, su--
Metropolitan St, Ry.. l;300 1184i 1174s HT close was steady at a small decline, July at 14.84c The net decline was a matter
hrerton. Browns- -
ing February. 0.25c; March, 0.45c; April, C:45
'M1.55C;. May. COOSCSOc; June. 7c; July, 0.00 Iron barrels. 15Vc
BENZINE Sixty-thre- e degrees, cases. 22c; Minn. & St. L.
M., St. P. & S. S. M. 1.000
being off 1244c: May lard was down .C ending February 4 aggregate 2,004,226 bushels,
against 2,917,602 bushels last week, and 3,070,-91- 8
of 35 to 62 points on the old crop months, vine, epringneia.
LINSEED OIL Pura raw In barrels. 47c:
while ribs were 5c lower. while the new months were from 5 points wenaung ana .Na
If&r IOC" September. '0.S07.30c: 'October, -7- .0561 genuine kettle-boile- d. In barrels.- 49c: pur do preferred...,.., 120
The leading future. rangyl a follows: bushels this week last year. higher to 10 points lower. Sales were esti- tron.
raw olL In cases. 52c: genuine kettle-boile- Missouri Pacific .... 11,000 92 90 00
WHEAT.' Business failures In the United States for the mated at 800.000 bales. Futures closed: Feb-
7 23c; November. 7.10c; December, 7.107.55c: M.. X. & T. 400 10 4:00 P. M. Albany passenger 10-i- A. H
cases. 54c; lots of 250 gallons, lc less pet 164a 1644 week ending February 4 number 216, against
January . 7.70c Spot nominal; No. 7 Rio, 714c. In gallon. do preferred 400 3S4i 37 37 Open. High. Low. Close.
242 last week and 20 8ln the like week In 1903.
ruary, 14.12c; March, 14.40c; April, 14.55c; connects at 'Wood- -
The coffee exchange will be closed February TURTKNTINE In cases. 8Sc: wood barrel. Mex. National pfd. 374a Maw, 14.72c; June. 14.75c; July, 14.84c; Au- burn with Mt. Angel
S4c; 37c. barrels and drums. S2c:
Iron New York Central... 1.900 11844 US 117 ......... T
S64 84 S5 In Canada failures for the week number 21, gust, 14.15c; September, 13.05c; October, 12.35c; ana bllverton local.
jj2and 13. lots. Norfolk & Western. 3.800 Gp 58 58 juij
September .... "O?
ovi-- : rail. 80 against 27 In the same week a year ago. December. 11.75c Spot closed steady, 75 7:S0 A. M. Conrxllls passenger. 3:60 P. M.
do preferred SS
CORN. points lower; middling uplands, 15.50c; do
Ontario & Western.. 3.600 2244 2144 114:00 P.M. 'Sheridan pasaenger.8:25 A. M.
Twenty-Elght-Cc- nt Hops. 2144 Bank Clearings.
GRANT'S PASS. Or.. Feb. 5. The best price rOSTPOXED FOR A WEEK. Pennsylvania 120,400 118 116 116 February .... 5152 51 62
56 NEW YORK. Feb. 5. The following table,
Gulf. 15.75c Sales. 1050 bales. Daily. pally, except Sunday.
P., C. C & St. L. t50
May 555 64
paid for hops this year In Josephine County San Francisco Exchange Defers Action on Heading 10,700 44 44 4 July 51 52 50 complied by Bradstreet, shows the bank clear' Brown Saves the Day. PORTLAND-OSWEG- O SUBURBAN SERVICT
was that received by John Ranzau, a Josephine do 1st preferred. 200 80 SO 79 OATS. Intra at the principal cities for the week ended AND
Oregon Grain. do 2d preferred 200 58- 58 5S NEW ORLEANS, La., Feb. 5. The panicky YAMHILL DIVISION.
Ccunty hopgrower, this week. Mr. Ranrau Rock Island Co . 5.700 22 22T4 40 46 44 40 February 4, with the percentage of Increase declines In the cotton market yesterday were
2344 Mar Leave Portland dally for Oswego at 7:20 A.
cJd CO.O00 pounds to San Francisco buyers for, SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 5. (Special.) The do preferred 2.000 G54i 624i 244 Julr 39 39 S9 and decrease as compared with the correspond- repeated here today. The fear of war seemed M., 12:50. 2:05. 3:25. 5:20. 0:25, 3:30. 10:10
28 cents a pound. grain committee of the Merchants' Exchange
This was a far better price than that received has deferred action for one week In the mat-
St. L. & S. F. 2d pf.
St. Louis S. W.
September Mi: M 33 33 33 ing week last year.
Inc. Dec to be the only excuse for the enormous liquida- P. M. Dally, except Sunday, 5:30. 6:30, 8:35.
MESS PORK. tion. In the midst of the Intense excitement 10:25 A. M 4:00. 11:30 P. M. Sunday, only.
b) a majority of the growers of Josephine ter of the proposed amendments to the rules do preferred.... .. 1.700 32 32 32 New Tork $1,289,386,000 15.6
Southern Pacific . .. 18,500 40 47 47 May... 13 70 13 72 13 45 13 00 Chicago 161.340.000 .... 1.9 W. W. Brown, the bull leader, managed to 9 A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland dally
County, as the greater number of them sold permitting deliveries of Oregon No. 1 blue-ste- 137.222,000 2.0 make himself heard, and In a brief speech at
Southern Itallway LARD. Boston 4... 108,132,000 8:80 A. M.. 1:55. S3. 6:15. 7:35. 9:55,
their crops early In the season for from 15 to and Walla Walla wheat on time con- do preferred.... 700 82 IlVa Sl? 7 57 7 GO 7 50 7 55 Philadelphia
.8 the ringside told the traders that they were 11:10 P. M. Dally, except Sunday, 6:23. 7:20,
17 cents. The growers who did not let con- Texas & Pacific. 1 Rfm
! St. Loula bringing ruin on themselves and the South by 0:30. 10:20. 11:45 A. M. Except Monday, 12:24
tracts ior their crops-- received better prices, as tracts In the local grain trade, having made Toledo. St. L. & W. 200 2344 23 23 July 7 go ?co 752 7 go Pittsburg 38,458.000 .... 17.3 A. M. Sunday only. 10:00 A. M.
none of these sold for less than 18 cents, and several minor changes In the amendments. As do preferred....... 500 36 3G 35 SHORT RIBS. San Francisco 30.413.0u0 .... 11.0 their unreasonable fears and by offering cot- Leave from same depot for Dallas and Inter
many of them sold for 24 and 26 cents. previously stated, the object of these new rules Union Pacific . 32,000 80 78 7S
G77 082 075 6 77 Baltimore 23.453.000 .... ....
1.9 ton at from 30 to 40 points under the market. mediate points daily except Sunday, 4:00 P. M,
do preferred 100 01 91 90 ess Cincinnati 22.537,000 3.3 This speech undoubtedly saved the day for the Arrive Portland, 10:20 A. M.
John Ranzau Is the most extensive grower Is to broaden the market and prevent corners. Wabash 000 10 19 19
July cw 6 92 002 Kansas City 21.947.000 13.6 .... Soon after this the selling ceased The Independence-Monmout- h motor line oper-
14.068,000 .... 1..U
in Josephine County, and although he has Grain speculation was less active, but prices do preferred . 10,000 37 35 30 Cash quotations were as follows: k
1.9 'to some extent, and prices showed a recovery. ates daily to Monmouth and Alrlle. connecting
received numerous bids on his crop, he stead- Wheeling & L. EL.. 100 10 10 16 Flour Firm. Minneapolis 13.938.000
.... At the lowest level March was 121 points with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas and Inde-
fastly refused to sell for the price offered. Ho for leading cereals wero firmer on, olearing Wisoonsln Central . 500 19 18 18
Wheat No. 2 Spring, SS093c; Nc 2 red, New Orleans 33,953,000 103.0
.101.000 6.2 .... lower than the close yesterday, at 13.8Sc; May,
weather, war rumors and strength of Eastern do preferred 100 43 43 43 Detroit First-cla- rebate tickets on sale from Pert-lan- d
was making ready to take three carloads to Express companies 924409SC Louisville 11.095.000 .... ....
0.8 140 points lower, at 14.45c, and July 142 lower, to Sacramento and San Francisco: net
New Tork when the offer of 2S cents was markets. Flour "was In good export demand. Adams 100 225 223 220 Corn No. 2, 52c; No. 2 yellow. 5241c Omaha 7.131.000 .3 at 14.50c rate. $17.50: berth. $5. Second-clas- s fare, $15,
made. Foedstunts were In light supply .and steady. American
Oats No. 2, 43043c;
No. 2 white. 454c Milwaukee
without rebate or berth; second-cla-
Hay was quiet, but firm, despite the rain. Wells-Farg- o .. 210 Rye No. 2. 6244c Buffalo 5.157.000 Liverpool Excited. Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Aba
Inclement weather In the forenoon caused a Miscellaneous Barley Good feeding. 39040c; fair to choice St. Paul 4,tJU2,oyO 15.9 Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
malting. 4SQ5SC 31.6 LIVERPOOL. Feb. 5. The cotton market to- CITY TICKET OFFICE; corner Third an$
Grain, Flour. Feed Etc standstill in the fruit market. Few buyers Amalgamated Copper 40.300 4S 40 40 Indianapolis 1 0.783.000 day was much excited. The market presented
Trading In wheat Is not heavy, as exporters were around, and the orange auction was post- Am. Car & Foundry. 7.900 10
Flaxseed Nc 1, 81.11; No. Northwestern, I Los Angeles
.7.5 a scene of the wildest excitement, while prices
Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
$1.16. . 3.3 .... continually dropped until the close, which
can do no business at present prices, and poned until Monday. Prices for all citrus and Amer. Cotton Oil 100 30 30 23 Denver 4.093,000
fanners are Inclined even to hold above what tropical fruits and apples were unchanged, do preferred SS
Timothy eed Prime. $3.15.
Richmond 4.738.O00 6.0 .... showed a net loss of 42 to 72 points from yes-
mltlers are willing to pay. The prices given American Ice 300 S 7 7 Mess pork Per barrel, $13.50131.62. Columbus 4,516.000 .... 4.1 terday.
below are quoted by millers, and are 2c above with an easy tone prevailing. Pending the ar- do preferred 1,000 30 30 20 Lard Per 100 pounds. $7.3507.47. Seattle 3.423.0uO .... 6.5
In spot moderate business was done; prices
Amer. Linseed Oil in Short clear aides Boxed. $6.7506.87. Washington 4.1S2.000 3.8
the actual export value of wheat based rival of the steamer Oregon from Portland with do preferred....... ..... 23 Clover Contract grade. $1O.75011. Savannah 4.2bS,000 .... 3.8
were 26 points lower: middlings fair. S.OSd. TIME CARD
on Liverpool markets and the ruling freight large supplies, the potato market Is steady, Amer. LooomoUve .. 1.400 20 20 20 Receipts. Shipments. Memphis 7.464.000 67.1
rates. Oats are firmly held at present quota- with prices well sustained, as a few large con- do preferred 200 7S 7S 78 Albany 13,670.U
tions. Hay Is easier, as stocks in the country cerns have stocks well In hand. It is re- Am. Smelt. & Ref.. 1.900 48
43 Flour, barrels
44.000 Salt Lake City 3.45S.O0O 32.9
TRAVELERS' GUIDE. OF TRAINS
axe large, grass Is Improving and farmers are do preferred 91
241,000 181.800 Portland. Or-- 2.UO4.00O
ported that river Burbanks are being freely Amer. Sugar Refining 10.400 126 124 124 Corn, bushels Toledo 2.707.000 14.7
mere anxious to sell.
Sweets were Anaconda Mining Co. 400 GS 65 G4 Oats. bu;hels 130.800 124.800
Fort Worth 5.4U5.000 41.5 ....
Walla Walla. shipped South from Stockton.
"U HEAT Milling quotations: Brooklyn R. Transit 2i.500 42 40 40 Rye. bushels 8.100 4.900 2,501,000 13.2
Barley, bushel 74.7C0 11.600 Peoria PORTLAND
75c, bluestem. SojrSlc; Valley. VOgSOc Export dull and easier. Onions are closely cleaned up Colorado Fuel &. Iron 500 30 30 30 Hartford 2.479.W0
Quotation: Club, 73o. and firm. Tomatoes are plentiful, but other Consolidated Gas 6.000 191 1S9 180 Rochester Depart. Arriva,
BAKLUV eeu. 2u per ton; browing. $203 Corn Products 1S Grain and Troduce at New York. 3.640.O0O
Atlanta 12.5 Puget Sound Limited for Ta-
20.60. rolled. 521. vegetables arc scarce and firm. do preferred ..... 69 1.027,000 ....
Des Moines 9.2
FLOUR Valley. J3.75C2.S3 per barrel; hard Butter was steady. Cheese was weak. Egs Distillers' Securities. 100 23 23 2341 NEW YOnK. Feb. 5. Flour Receipts, 23.-0- 1.843.000
New Haven 1.0 .... coma, Seattle,
South Bend and Gray's
wheat straights. $3.9004.10: clears. J3.5S23.75; General Electric ... 700 172 171 163 barrels: exports. 14,832 barrels. Market 2,827,000
.... Harbor points ............. 8:30 am 5:30 pss
bard wheat patents. $4.2004.50: Dakota hard wero barely steady. Receipts. 43.000 pounds International Paper.. 100 12 12 12 very Arm. but business was checked by the .... 1,039.000 18.7
8.5 .... K
ALGIERS. MARSEILLES. GENOaT North Coast Limited for Ta-
wheat, $4.9005.50; graham, $3.75; whole wheat. butter, 25.000 pounds cheese, 33,000 dozen eggs. do preferred....... 64 high asking prices. Grand Rapids
1. 007.000 coma, Seattle. Spokana,
$ rye flour. J4.50S4.75. VEGETABLES Garlic 5QGc; green peas, International Pump 33 Stlouxaiy
Wheat Receipts. 22,425 bushels; spot Arm; Springfield, Mass. ... 1.259.000 .... 13-- x 11.0 Butte, St. Paul. New York.
OATS No. 1 white. $1.101.121i; gray.
G7c; string beans, 15617c; asparagus, 40c;
do preferred .... 100 72 71
No. 2 red. 96c elevator: Nc 2 red. 0844c f. o. 1.513.$J Boston and all points East
3:00 pa 7:00 ans
H 07461.10 per cental. National Lead 15 Norfolk 1.913,000 21.0 and Southeast
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $1S0'18.5O per ton: mid- egg plant. 174g20c North American .... 300 S3 84 b. afloat: Nc 1 Northern Duluth. $1.05 f. Dayton 1 1,704.000 13.4 .... Twin City Express, Spokane,
dlings. $28; shorts, (10.50020; chop. U. S. tomatoes, 75c8$L23; Pacific Mall GOO 29 23 2S45 c b. afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba, nominal Ir-f. Tacoma 2.049.009 15.2 .... "REPUBLIC" tnew) ....Feb. 13, Mar. 20 coma, Seattle,
M . $18, Unseed, dairy food. $18. POULTRY Turkey gobblers, 15017c; roost- People's Gas 700 100 99 o. b. afloat. Options had an exciting and Worcester 071.000 .... 43.3 "ROMANIC".... Feb. 27, Apr. 0, May 14 Helena, EL. PauL Minne-
HAT Timothy. $151G per ton; clover. $12 ers, old. $55.50; do young, $5.&OSC; broilers, Pressed Steel Car... 200 30 regular opening, with flrst prices higher, fol- Augusta. Gc 1.0S7.000 .... 29.6 "CANOPIC" Mar. 12 apolis. Chicago, New York,
IS grain, $12613: cheat.-$1291- do preferred cs Portland, Me 1.423,000 1.3 (Send for rates and illustrated booklet.) Boston and all points East
11:45 pm 7:00 aa
CEREAL. FOODS Rolled oats, cream. small. $3.504; do large, $5.S0G; fryers. $5 Pullman Palace Car. ...... 215 lowed by a sensational break under liquida-
Scranton MifSS Thcee steamers are the largest In Med-
Puget Sound-Kans- Clty-S- t,
sacks. $0.25: lower grades. $5.255.50: 5.50; hens, $4,505; cucks. old. $5.50g5; do Republic Steel 100 7 7 tion and the war news more favorable than Topcka 981.000 23.5 Louis Special, for Ta-
bales, cream, $3.40; other grades, $3; oat- 1.2S4.000 .... 10.2 iterranean service. $65.00
young, $6.5007. do preferred 400 434? 43 48 expected. In the afternoon, however, heavy Syracuse upward. coma. Seattle. Spokane.
meal, steel cut.
Hacks. $7.50 per bar-
sacks. $4 per bale; oatmeal
sacks. $7 per barrel:
EGGS Store. 25c: tancy ranch. 27c
1,200 20 18 19
covering ensued on a rumored big decrease In
Russian stocks', and the close was firm at Wilmington. Del.... Evin
"USSi u-- 2 1.2
l.12,000 .... 11.6 Boston to Liverpool QaeSftomx
Omaha, Kan rat City. St.
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 31c: fancy sec- Tenn. Coal St Iron. 1.700 37 35 33 net advance. May, 95096c; closed, Birmingham Louis and all points East
sacks. $3.75 per bale: split peas. $4.50 onds, 27c: fancy dairy, 25c; do seconds. 23c
U. S. Leather 1.600
do preferred....... 10.700 77
7 7 0c
96c; July, S9V1S00 closed 90c; Sep-
Davenport 938.000 .... 10. 6 "CYMRIC" Feb. 13. Mar. 17, Apr. 14 and Southeast 8:30 am 7:00 asa
All trains dally except oa South Bend branch.
pearl barley, $4 per 100 pounds; 25ipound
HAY Wheat. $15018; wheat and oats, $15 U. S. Realty..--
tember. 830$3c closed S3c
Fall River 3H "CRETIC" Mar. 3. Mar. 31 Assistant General Pas-
COO 7 7 Little Rock J'3S22 oH A. D. CHARLTON.
boxes, $1.25 per box; pastry flour,
sacks, $2.50 per bale.
jflC: barley, $12.50915.59; alfalfa, $13814.50;
clover. $13fl4.50; stocks, $12913; straw, per
U. S. Rubber.......
Hops, hides, wool firm.
Butter Firm; creamery, 15024c
Cheese Steady. 10c
879.000 .... 27.6
"' First-clas- s,
ing to steamer. For plans, etc, address
WHITE STAR LINE
$00 and $C5 upward, accord-
1 State St..
255 Morrison sc. corner Third.
Butter, Esgs, roaltry. Etc
bale. G0875C. U. S. Steel 5.400 11 T0 10 Akron 508.000 .... 10.2 Boston, or A. D. Charlton, Assist. G. P.
WOOL Fall. Humboldt and Mendocino. 120 do preferred 25.000 55 544 54 Eggs Steady; Western. 32034c Springfield. Ill G4.000 .... 1.1 A., Northern Pacific Railway.
Batter Is weak, and creamery grades seem on 14c: lambs. Sijllc Westlnghouse Elec.. 200 161 100 160 Sugar Raw. steady; fair refining, 2 c; WheeUng. W. Va.... 707,000 .... 4.4
the Dolnt nf diwllnlni Thf mmnlv tc FRUITS Apples, choice, $2; common. 40c; Western Union 500 83 87 87 96 test, 3 molasses sugar, 2 Re- Wichita L"8'0)0 4a-- 1 "6
largr. and the movement Is slew. Egg are bananas. $102.75; Mexican limes, $404.50; Cal-
w king off steadily, as a good Northern
ifornia lemons, choice, $2.50; do common, 75c;
Total sales for the day, 520.700 shares.
92 fined Is steady: crushed. $5.15; powdered. $4.55; Youngstown
granulated. $4.55. Helena
520.000 11.0 .... COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY liREATNORTHERN
Lexington 632.000 16.0
is taking up the surplus. Poultry con-t- :- oranges, navels. GOc0$2.25; pineapples, $1.50 BONDS, Chattanooga 843.000 26.6 ....
jes to drag. 02.50. NEW TORK, Feb. 5. Closing quotations Grain at San Francisco. Kalamazoo 727.000 24.3 .... to THE
490,000 .... 18.4
"JITTER Sweet cream butter. 32Hc per POTATOES River Burbanks. SOc0$l; Sa- SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 5. Wheat, quiet; Fargo. N. D Ticket Office 122 Third St. Pliene
3; fancy creamer-- . 30c; choice creamery. linas Burbanks. $1.4001.(50; sweets, $2.15; Ore-
U. S. ref. 2s rg.104
do coupon 104
C & N. W. C 7s. 120
D. & B, G. 4b... 9S oats, easier; barley, firmer. Canton, 0 072.000 52.4 ....
.'2JM:?. dairy. 2022fcc; store. 12gl4c U. a 3s reg Jacksonville. Fla 765.000 90.5
373.000 .... 11.8
Greensburg. Pa. ....
LTRT Chickens, mixed.
rouni. Spring, small. 134fl4c; hens. 12 12 Vic: 02S.
live. IB 10c per pound; dressed. 1$Q
gon Burbanks. $1.1001.30.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $20021; middlings, $26 do coupon
XL S. nw 4s reg. 132
N. Y. Cent. Ista. 9S
Nor. Pacific 3s. . 72
Nor. Pacific 4s.. 103
So. Pacific 4s... SO
Spot quotations Wheat: Shipping, $1.35
1.37; milling. $1.42 81.52. Barley: Springfield, Ill
Feed. $1.07 (?1 10: brewing, $1.16
1.18. Blnghamton 0
430.000 9.4 ....
Regulator 2 TRANSCONTINENTAL.
. ucks, Stfi) per dozen; geese, live. Sc per CHEESE New. HH012c; Toung America, 17. S. old 4s reg. 107
304.000 Direct connection, via Seattle or
Union Pacific 4s. 102 Oats: Red. $L271.35; white, ?L27 339,000 17.0 ....
1CTTER FAT Sweet cream. .31c: sour
llH012ttc; Eastern. 15016c
Atchison Adj. 4s 89
107 Wis. Central 4s. 89 1.40; black. $L27 01.40. Chester. Pa.
Houston 10.440.000 30.9 Line Steamers Spokane. For tickets, rates and full
cream. 20c. Call board sales Wheat, Cash, $1.37; Galveston 10,547.000 3.2
CHEESE Full cream, twins. 14c; Toung Receipts Flour. 15,556 quarter sacks; wheat, May. $1.SS. Barley. May, $L0o. Corn, Guthrie 1.092.000 BJULY (EXCEPT S9XDAT) 7A.H. information call on or address H,
Anc 15c. 050 centals; barley. 22S5 centals; oats, 1350 Stocks at London. large yellow, $1.300 1.33 Charleston, S. C. 1,470.000 6.1 .... Dickson, 0. T. A., Portland, Or.
EGGS Oregon ranoh. 20o per dozen. centals; beans. 500 sacks; corn. GOO centals; LONDON. Feb. 5. Consols for money, Cedar Rapids 501,000- - DIRECT LIRE for Ueffstt's, St. HartJa's aatf Csaias
potatoes. 5062 sacks; bran. 333 sacks; 'mid-
Vegetables, Fruit. Etc dlings. 235 sacks; hay. 474 tons; hides. 18S5. 87;
consols for account; 87.
3 Nor. & West
European Grain Markets. Totals. U. S
Outside N. Y.
9.0 Rst Sprlars.
Coaaectins at Lyle, Wash., with Colum- JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
61 LONDON. Feb. 5. Wheat cargoes on pass-
The arrival of the steamer stuff and a car-lo- Atchison 70 do pref.... . 91 bia River & Northern By. Co. for Ooldea-dal- o
of sweets was alt that was new In this Metal Market. do prf--f 93 Ont. & Western . 23 age depressed. English country markets CANADA. and Klickitat Valley points. Landing STEAMSHIP KAGA MARU
Bal. & Ohio.... S4 Pennsylvania . .. C0 steady. Indian shipments wheat to United Montreal $ 17.6S7.000 .... 7.4 foot of Alder street. Phone Mala S14. For: Japan. China and all Asiatic points, will
lice yesterday. San FranUseo advices are of NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Tin had a sharp ad-
Can. Pacific 120 Rand Mines... Kingdom, 50.000 bushels; to Continent, 8000 Toronto 13.023,600 .... 15.0 S. MCDONALD, Agent. ' leava Seattle
firmer Quotations on oranges, especially large vance in the London market today, as the re- Ches. & Ohio... 34 Reading 22 bushels. Winnipeg 4.451.000 10.4 ABOUT TE1S. Otfa.
sizes sult of speculative consideration, closing with C. G. West do 1st pref.. I 40 Halifax 1.004.000 .... 2.8
spot at 1 7s-- d net higher, at 120 10s. while a. M. & St. P. 146 do 2d pref... . 30 Ottawa
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 5. Wheat quiet; March. Vancouver, B. 1.1S0.000 12.5 a... 5.2.
roue, sue. ik-- si: parsnips. $1; cabbage. IV futures advanced 1 to 126 5s. Locally, tin DeBcers 19 So. Hallway. . . . 22 6s 40d; May. Gs 3d. Wheat and flour In Quebec 1.402,000 0.1 .... Astoria & Columbia
fc2r. red cabbage. le: lettuce, head. r54
ier dozen; hothouse. $2 per box; rleV. per closing at 27.80c to 2S.25C
was firmer In sympathy with the foreign gains, D. & R. G...., 21 do wf
do pref....... 73 So. Pacific. .... .. 50 Paris firm. French country markets firm. Hamilton 1,070.000 6
own., 25ctomatoes. $1.502 per crate; cauH- - Copper also was firm abroad, spot advancing St. John. N. B 845,000 7
River Railroad Co. For South Eastern Alaska
Erie 27 Union Pacific. - G2 Weather In England fair, but cold.
"5c$l box; docen; beans. 15c:
per do 1st pref... 87 do pref... .. 93 Victoria, B. C. 622.000 43.4
737,000 .... 13.8
I.at. $1 50 perprr celery. C5ff75e per $1 egg 5s to 56 2s 6d in the London market, with do 2d pref 47 U. S. Steel.. Wheat at Tacoma.
London LEAVE SCJTTfi! . r,
sort 5. artichokes.
per futures 2s 64 unchanged. 55 12s 6J. Locally,
Lake is quoted at
Illinois Central. .133 do pref...
I.ou!s. & Nash.. 10SVI I Wabash
.. 20 - TACOMA. Feb. 5. Wheat, steady, un- Totals', Canada $ 44.37S.O0O .... G.7 Leave. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
or VALENCIA. Jan. 1. CITY" i
UNIONS-Ycll- ow Danvers. $1.1031.25 per 12.37i012.62fec: electrolytic 50c. and M., K. & Tex.. 17l do pref, .. 39 changed; bluestem, 80c; club, 75c
sack, growers' prices. Dried Fruit at Neir York.
75S0c per. sack: com-
casting at 12.12Hei2.37Hc
Lead was unchanged at 4.45$4.50c In the
N. Y. Cent 122 j
Woo! at St. Louis. NEW TORK. Feb. 5. The market for evap-
iNtuy. hur Jlajrgers,
.llnit. W lva, IZZJI
Steamers conn eat at Saa
Francisco with company's
steamers for ports in Cali-
mon. (SO .5c. growers prices; sweets 2Uc in local market, and. at 11 5s In London. Money Exchange, Etc ST. LQUIS. Mo., Feb. 5. Wool Nominal; orated apples Is steady, though demand contin- ClUtoa, Astoria. Hu-CO-
fornia, Mexico and Hum-
sacks. 2o crated.
RAISIN'S Loose Muscatel.
er Muscatel raisins. THc: unbleached, reed-les- s closing locally at 4.9005c. and at 21 15s In
Spelter was unchanged both here sand abroad, NEW YORK. Feb. 5. Money on call easy;
closing bid. 1 per cent. Time loans firm; GO
territory and Western medium. 18019c; fine ue slight. Common. 435c; prime.
medium. 15017c; fine, 1501CC and choice. 5f?6c and fancy. 6 7c 55c. A. IS. leatoa, KUvtl. Ham- - H;J0 A. M.
moad, l"ort Sttvuu,
Gcarhart ifAzk, tieuidc.
boldt Bay. For further In-
formation obtain folder.
London. days. 304 per cent; 90 days, 4 per cent; six Prunes are attracting a quiet trade and rule Astoria and Siuoar. Ttfrht t.
Sultans. Cc; London layers, about steady, with quotations ranging from Express Dally. steamers or sailing dates.
whole boxes of 20 pounds. $1.85; 2 --crown, si rs
DOMESTIC FRUITS-Appl- ea.
Iron closed at 50s In Glasgow and 423 THd
fancy Baid-win- s In Mlddiesboro. Locally, Iron was nominally
per cent. Prime mercantile
paper, 4054i per cent.
Dairy Produce at Chicago. 344c to 6c, according to grade 7: CO
P. ZX. AsturU Kxott 0:iO P. M. TICKET OFFICES.
and Spltzenbergs. $1.50 rxr box: cooklnr unchanged. Na 1 foundry, $15016: Na 2 CHICAGO. Feb. 5. On the Produce Exchange Apricots are la light supply and Dally.- - Portland ..211) Washington st.
75"? J1 cranberries. $1011 per barrel foundry Northern. $14015: Nc I foundry
Sterling exchange steady, with actual busi- today the butter market was firm; creameries, with choice quoted at 96044c; extra rule firm, choice at 8attla 113 Jamas at. and Dock
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated. 4i6Ji;e Southern and do ness in bankers' bills at $4.855504.5560 for de- 15024c; dairies. 13?20c Eggs steady. 2S3 Eaa Francisco. 10 Market at.
soft. $13.75314.23. mand, and at $4.E20024.SJ for CO days. Post- - 30c. Cheese easier, 8&01Gc 9610c and fancy at liei5c. are quoted
Peaches are steady. Choice
Cosua'l Agcat. 24S
Aldtr ct. "a, F. P, A. C D. DUN ANN, Gen. Pass. Agt-- 19
at &uu 9qu !Uri53t it.. Ban Fraaciioo,