Document 19572

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THE
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL NEWS
yeoUrctaar . snow,
Hfce hardsae
discount an unfavorable bank statePrice and procmcte
.
.
. 01- ow
nu" .,........ o f ment, toalthough
money on call was In free
on accoujv
on...
of
a
account
on
supply
pnoes
ante,
so
2 per cent for the greater part of
at
not
lr
mi
present shortage la stocks as It was- In aaUoi-p- b the day. The record shows, boweer, that
oa scab. Soom oeetefs the banks have lost on subtreasury operations
ion of a oontt 10
wore
$2,180,000.
fi.nced. the price at 8 t faacy
lc: otMre
Mock hogs
According to reports from the leading banks,
e iU letting go at Me. Sew
sMpmeats of money by express this week are
sold at 7c ana batter, voal at poultry w
w potatoes oh Hearty $1,008,000 greater than last week, while
U a efaade higher. "With vory
the reeeipts from the Interior by express have
the market. The sjvatn markets were weaker,
tut locallr there is not much. cnto la e.ota-lion- s. fallen off considerably over $1,000,000. This
would Indicate a net Ices on the Interior move-meof nearly $1,000,000, bringing the total
less, including subtreaaury operations, over
Baak Olenrlngrs.
$8,000,009.
It is known tha some gold has
TTwaJMiaeea. Balances.
..
$46,18 been received from Catda which does not
Port.and
..fafW
32.SS6 Sgure In this estimate. There has been a conSeettle
HUH
4T.STB
XH.MT
Spokane
tinued absorption of money into mercantils
m.
Tacoma
1MK paper aad, other forms
the course
of loans-iof active business, so that a further expansion
PORTLAND MARKBTS.
of the loaa Item Is looked for. A large
upon surplus reserves, therefore,
Grain, Plear, Bite.
seems unavoidable. Sterling exchange hardThere is usaaUr sm csshcajtty la boosting ened a fraction in response to the higher disships at count rates in London. The declaration of the
the prloe of wheat aaja the price
tie tune time, iMt hath wrni to he keeping Brat dividend oa the new preferred stock ol
nearly aide b side at preeoat, with the ships the Baltimore Jk Ohio was fully expected, and
fci-j& iap or two ahooa at the dose of busiwas without Influence on the market.
ness last evening tJamc ssalpia shaded thtlr
There was a good absorption of some dormant
i8 n Walla Walla yvetoseJar to Hs. hut railroad bonds at advanced prices, but changes
the- - vere Mill quoting
c, and Valley was generally were Irregular.
There was quite
e&ry at S3 , with a Pgfet stecnaist. Blueetera is an active market for go eminent bonds, preS ?' a! ) 56S7c. Owmh are hohttag snipe at sumably a account of the passage of the
tug1
rates, all sort of extravagant demand
bill by the senate. Total sales, $2,025,-00- 0.
be Tg made, but little new business transacted.
United States new 4a advanced . while
"tt heat
Walta. Walta. K4aCe. VaUer, W
the old 4s declined
in the bid price.
C3y llueetem, epS7c per basbeL
' BONDS,
grades, $
, graham, 2 W;
I
U. a 3s, reg4.....102V5.Gen.
Electric 5a... 117
eure-fl- '.
$2 10 per barret
do 3i rec.
1Q9HIN. T. Central lsU.110
. White, an fa Oc. gray. MJS4c; stained,
do 3s. coupon...
r&oinc 3s 66
2C4 ,5 c per bushel.
104
do ew 4s, reg..l34HI do 4s
Liri'j-Fee- d,
do sew 4s. coup.lS4)Oregon Nav. Ist3..110
brewtag, $174S xer
$Ma;
102
do old 4s. reg....ll41i do 4s
tr
do okt 4s, coup.. ll&V Oregon S. L. 0s...l27
M Muffs Bra. fUkfIS per tan; ariddttags,
do 6b, reg
112
do con. Os
llfe
V io shorts, fMOlS; ehop. $14.
do 6s, ceupon....n2fPio Gr. 'West. lsts. 97
Hi. j Steady, timothy, fiefftl; stover, $70
Dist. of Col.
Paul consols... 1C7,
ist.
adj.
7 Ok, Oregoa wild bar.
82ISt- - P. C. &. P. lEts.li0
sec tea.
wm.
k
t
-
$f
ado
Vegetables, Frnlt, Hto.
rgetablue Parsnips. $1; arrets, $1; turnips.
onions, $1 M f) 2 per cental;
eabhage,
per pound, potatoes, W08l per cental;
meei potatoes, SBSfcc per pound.
rruit Lemons, fS MOW. oranges. $2 783
pe'- x fur navels. $2 tor seedlings. Urfigerinee,
$1 7G Japanese oraaeas.
Mefl M per box.
r.eepple
$4 0Q
per daaea; bananas, $2 fcfl
I
63 i r bunch, Pentoa dates, TBc per poaad,
e.iiei?, $10 ISO. pears, 7od$l 28 per hex;
crtiberries. $ SO0T per barret lor Ilwaoo,
$: 7Z'a for Eastern.
I nod fruit Apples, evaporated, 7 8c pet
d,
pears,
sacks ar boxes.
,a and evaporated. mc. plume, pttless. 4
prunes. ItaUaa. HtHc. stiver, extra
tHic
eh loe, 6 0 8c, flsjs, Sssyraa,
CaHfornia
black.
do white, 19c per pound.
tVi ,
1W
4e;
ac,
0c,
Batter, Hggrs, PeHltrj-- , Htc.
Butter Fancy creamer)',
seoonds, 42M
4Cf , dairy 80S7Mc, store, aSffCSe per roll.
-- 140 16c per doeen for Oregon.
50c;
ne,
Ptultrj-Chlcke-
K
$4;
Mixed.
hens,
$4
ducks, $54, geese, $7h8 per aoeen;
Ue. 10911c. dressed. lSttt4c per pound.
Game --Mallard dacha, $; widgeon, $1 GO0S,
teal, $101 26 per daaea.
fheese Full oreasa, twtas,
Tonne
America, 14c per
&
12le;
Groceries, Nats, Btc.
Cffee Mocha. StW6c. Java, fancy. 29S83c;
good,
xipaie. Java, erdtoery. 1630c;
Jva,
lSc.
t asta Rica, faner,
do good, 19fl6c; ae
c dinar. lO01Se per pound. Columbia, roast,
$.2 75 per case, ArbucMe's, $14 28; Lion,
4 10
26.
Sugar Cube, ft 86; crushed, $6 85; pow
tforeJ $6 85. dry granulated, eane, $ SS; beet,
$0 23 extra C f 86. golden C, $4 7H etS
fcair barrela, He more thaa barrels, maple
mgar 16lc pr pound.
Beans-Sm- all
white, Sftc; barea, 4c; Una, 6c
$(" found.
Salmon
Columbia river,
tans, $10
1 6C , 2 - pound tolls, $S2 SO. fancy, 1 - pound
fia 5 $1 6501 76.
fancy flats, 850&c;
Alaska. 1 --pound toHt, $1 901 80;
tails,
Jt"2
$1
25
Oram bags-CstoM per 109.
$fT
Nu -- Peanuts.
per pound for raw. 16
or roasted. coeoasMts, 80c per doeea; walnuu,
liHll,. per pound, ptee nuts. Me; Mekory nuts.
7
rhcBtnuut,
c. BraaU. Uc. Slherts, lee.
fancy pecans, 19014c; atmsnaa, M0J7He per
t0fc
pund,
ai
oil Geflea, Mlie per gattoa; feerreH
tanks,
- Island, nc; Japan, Vc; New Orleans,
:H.i5ic, fancy head, $707 SO per sack.
1
lc.
4
liicp-
Meat RHtl PrevislaBS.
Mutton Oroes, best nhiap. wethers and ewes,
dressed mutton, 70Vc per peund.
H(e --Gross, eholoe heavy, $a; light, $4 SO;
tossed, Gc per pound.
Beef-Ur- oes,
top sieere. $404 SO; eews, $S M)
C4 dressed beef,
0Tc per poumt.
eal Large. 706c per pound; small,
$44, 4 25
S0
Piwlsions
Portland pack (Shteid brand):
Hams, smoked, are euoted at lHc per pound;
I"We hams, &c per pound, breakfast baeoe.
c, dry oalt sides,
13V bacon, Pc, baoke,
f'n dried beof, I7c per pound, ird,
p.thi, loc. 10 -- pound palls. 9e; SOs,
c;
tie-a- e,
tHc per pound.
Kastern pack (Ham-mis
Hams, large, lc, medium, li4c;
email 13Sc. plcnle name, fcc, shouldetz, Hfcc;
trcakfaBt bacon, lSfcc. dr salt sides, 8H8Wc,
Ix r sides,
bacha, 10c. butts, 6c. lard,
pura leaf, kettle rendered. Ss, Mc; 10s, lOfca
01c,
Heps, "Vreel, Hldos, Btc.
Hops 308c per pound.
ot 1 Valler. 1S01&C for eearse. lS09Oc for
peat EaKern Oregon, 8014c; mohair, 27080c
round
PTSeepeklna-ShtoHlnga,
lS09Oc; short-woo- l.
Si
medium-woo- l.
00c 9$ 1
8O0Oc, long-woo- l,
(
"tt
Bear sMna, each, as to else. $6013;
cubs, each, $106. badger, each. M014e; wlM-c- l
25640c, houeeeat, 6 0 10c. fox, eommoa
Era' 40&WC, do red, $1 M01 7. do ereae, $2 So
wC, 1; ir $1 SO0S 80, mink. 8o0fl X; mar-- t
". uark Northern. $40e, do pale, pine. $1 26
C
Riunkrat, 8 018a, skunk, 86010c, otter
R'"
$46 panther, with head and daws por-- t
' $16 S. racoaoa, 86060c, wolf, mountain,
v. ' head perfect, $t 8006. wolverine, $2 Sv0e,
skin, large, $007. do medium, per
ek- - $45, do small, per skin. $1C; do kits.
Tc Ub
t"'
)r
6Oc0$l.
pc-s-
Ti. .
No. 2 and grease, SM04c per
pcun'
H
3es-r-
ry
hides. Ko. 1.
15tTHc. dry Us,
Wo.
1
pounds and
1, S to 1
1, under S
up--
pounds,
pounds,
lt per pound, dry oaK. Mo.
dry Baited,
then dry
rISC
" salted hides, sound steers, less
00 pounds and
ene-thi- rd
sc.
do 80 to 00 pounds, S0e4;
5o pounds and oawe,
kto. 18 to3
do veal. M to 14 pounds. 7H;
do L. T, under 10 paunde,
green (uneaHed),
1- ixr jkund leas; cutis (buUs. tftaga, mat.
eater, bad cut. scored hair sttpped, weather.
CAcr
r
--
T0c;
7c,
'ua 706c.
beaten
r grubby),
one-tht-
less.
t SSerlBsa Shewed
fer tke Daj-- .
Leases
Xct
XEW T RK, Feb M.-- Th
drooping tendency
cf prices jroed to be too much to overcome,
ani the majority of stock show net losses on
In the standard Mocha these tosses are
rie daj
xn 1 but the decline from the early high
ranee was tonslderabie
The opening was
nW,t
m vmpathr with
but the initial transaettona, the weakness of the local traction stocks, and of Paotne
o
wnw io untitle the market. The
pne-- a
.
sagged pretty Mdu, ft
ttmc
vm
the bear operators among the ream
traders Marted to cover their short oentracto
l-ibe flnnl dealings Thbs rallied the level
of the market from the loweat, but the move-tnewas listmm and entirely without force.
Lonl.in was net encouraged b Ita
news
South Africa, to buy stoou here, and la
Mi nit. in the home market.
lx ' J rues
Osn-- f
a
all of their enrlj gam. Mppsdlr
th
Imminence
a
new
of
i"
But Len--C
n was dtapoaad to take pronto at an potato
ever fUr ' mines showing a sharp reaction from
Ce earls advance. There was no occasion for
therefore, that the local market failed
ooT-l- a
t h i,' the advance of the South African new.
Thf beam had not ae much anNnuutt'ju In
the shape of woahmms of special Mocks as the
yesterday, but the gonial tone of the marfca
ket vm nevonhotees torn reactionary
The
tears made Inroads upon Paette Mall and
Rubber, but otherwise no very
' r ted States woo
mit breach weremade In values. The Heal
Inclined to rally with tbt
traction stocks
testation of pressure against Third Avenue.
during
was
tnnrlc
the early part of
fgar
day bu htinmt armor towards the dose.
tf
v, ! i nsl4era
effeot on the general net.
Ttu i"Wlr marntslned Its attitude of apathr.
inc thut was the nln cause ot the heavhMss.
th
unculnm ts
Pnbabl some
to be fel als rejrard ng the Winter
Ue rrcuna u bare of
wheat oron, becu
rT f
lt
wt
to.
r.
s
The leading futures ranged as follows:
WHEAT.
Opening. Highest. Lowest. Close.
$0 66
February
6S
?0G8
May
$008
$8CS
CS
63
July
mi 08
35
35
May
July
35
35
"::
34
85
3
34
24
28
23
22
23
35-
I
May
July
-
Sft
M3S3 PORK.
10 97
1Q0O
11 CO
1105
May
1107
1097
1092
1101
July
LARD.
610
607
May
6 12
615
015
015
July
SHORT RIBS.
6 02
802
May
602' 597
602
6C5
600
005
July
Cash quotations were as rollows:
Fkmr Steady.
"Wheat No. 3 spring, 6467c; No. 2 red,
2
o
e
o
2, 33eG3c.
Com
Oats No. 2, 2302&c; No. 2 white.
No. 3 white, 25026c
Rye
No. 2,
25o:
G22c.
Cheese
Firm, 1213c.
Eggs Firm; fresh, 12
Flour, barrels
Wheat, bushels
Corn, bushels
Oats, bushels
Rye, bushels
Barley, bushels
a
f
ei
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rfv
11
Stock Brokers
Union Depot, Sixth and
OF COMMERCE
S. S. NOME CITY,
.-
-.
s
The above
steamers wjlfcail every 10 days
during the season for Cape Nome, York and St. Michael
and Yukon river points.
.A
first-clas-
tv:;
ia&sing
mlay-
-
.
APP LY TO
FOR RATES AND INFORMATION
TANDSOUTHEAST
lb,
9l
i&k3IBBasSSB.
AND PORTLAND - CHICAGO SPECIAL ROUTE.'
Leaves for the East Via Spokane dally at 3.45
P. Mr Arrives at 8.00 A. M- Leaves for the East, via Pendleton and Ht-lngto- n.
dally at 8 "CO P; M. Arrives, via Huntington and Pendleton, at
P. M.
-'THRCraGH POLLMAN AND, T0?RIST
SLEEPERS.
Water lines schedule, subject to change without notice:
OCEAN AND RIVER SCHEDULE.
StearBsMbs
OCEAN DIVISION
sill frra
Alnsworth dock at 8 00 P. M. Leave Portland
Columbia sails Thursday, Feb. 1. Sunday 'Feb.
lit WfKliwxjBV VV. 1 State of flHfeCa
sails Tuesdny. Feb. Ol Friday, Feb. 18; Mon-da- v.
?Feh. "ft.
H
From San Francisco State of CalKaraia
Friday. Feb 2. Monday. Feb. 12; Thursday,
Feb 22. Columbia sails Wednesday. Feb. i.
Saturday. Feb. J7; Tuesday, Feb. 27.
COLUMBIA RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
Steamer Hassalo leaves Portland dally, except
Sunday, at 8 00 P M , on Saturday" at 10.00 P.
M. Returning, leaves Astoria dally, except Sunday, at 7.00 A. M.
"WDLLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLANp AND CORVALLI3. OR.
Salem. Albany, Corvallls
Steamer Ruth.
and way points. leavf Portland Tuwdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 60 A M. Returning, leaves Corvallls Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays at 6.00 A M.
Steamer Modoc, for Salem and way points,
leaves Portland Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at fl CO A. M. Returning, leaven Salem
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays at 6 A. M.
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
PORTLAND
1.
SFprDI
0
5Q0c 844
AND DAYTON.
American Porta.
Feb.
easier;
spot, dull and weak. Barley, steady for spot
and dull for futures. Oats, quiet.
"Wheat No. 1 shipping, $1; choice, $1 01,
misting.
$1
O20t 03.
larley Feed, 700" c; brewing, 770S5c
Oregon. $1 O701 12; milling,
Oate-Gr- ay,
17.
Call board
red, $1 1201 20.
sales:
"Wheat Baeier, May, $1 01
per cental; D
eember, $1 07, cash, $1.
Barley No sales.
Cora Large yellow, $1
1 05.
$1 1HH
02f
CUicnco Grain. Produce, Etc.
CHICAGO,
Feb. 16. The wheat market
opened eaey on heavy Argentine shipments and
lower cables. May
depressed, at
0c
Sc
export
6S0
There was little doing in cash wheat,
demand was ot encouraging, and May
gradually sold off to 6806Se. The decline
was helped along by the weakness of corn. At
the bottom some demand from oomml&sioi
houses caused a reaction to 6SHc. The dose
was weak. May c down, at CSc Except for
some activity during the first hour, and the
lest 80 minutes, the session was quiet.
The eora market yielded to heavy sales for
profit-takin- g
by recent buyers, and, considering the deluge, the price held pretty well
Country offerings generally were reported email
May dosed
down, at 34c.
Oats receded with the other grain markets.
The ansa demand was poor. May okwed
c
under yesterday
The weakness of corn and selling by longs
depressed the provision market, which cleeed
barely steady. Trade was quiet. There was
severing of perk and lard, and a. little nlbhUng
at lard by exporters. May- - pork closed 20&c
dowaj' May' lera weed & "shade tleproeeett, "at
0e
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. Feb. 16. Coffee-Opti- ons
closed
firm at 5010 points net advance; sales, 27,250
bags. Including March at $7 1507 20; July,
$7 3007 35. Spot, Rio, steady, tending upward;
No. 7, invoice, 8c; No. 7, jobbing,
"Mild,
steadr to firm; Cordova, lO013c.
Sugar Raw and refined, steady.
0c
Crying; Necessity for Two Wives.
"Clarlssabel" In Baltimore Sun.
Carlyle's "Lady Ashburton" said that
every man ought to be compelled by law
to have at least two wives. The first
wife's "business should be to go out and
enjoy berself, collect amusing anecdotes
with which to amuse her husband, and
fresh bits of gossip and new recipes for
the second wife. Whose duty It should bo
to stay at home and cook and keep house.
This Idea, so It seems to the subscriber.
Is pregnant with good sense. No woman
whose husband Is In ordinary circumstances can be an ideal housekeeper and at
the same time an ornament to society (one
to whom .he "Is proud to introduce his
friends," to use the good old phrase),
because the dar is only 12 hours long.
But if there are two wlve, the work
can bo equally and fairly divided.
One
woman will attend to his physical wants,
the other to his mental ajxi sp'rltual wants.
One wlH be ready to gree't him with a
smile when lie returns home any time between S o'clock and midnight; the other
with a hot beefsteak and potato puree.
Aad as it hs conceded that when he does
return the great thing is to usher him
Into a restful presence, where he will forget the caros and struggles of the day,
defend his adopted country against his
native land if Germany had interfered in
the Philippines, because he, from an Inborn feeling of Justice, would have regarded it as an act of usurpation and an
Insult to the flag he had sworn to defend.
Should, however, our president enter into
a secret alliance with England, and the
latter country become involved in war
with Germany, and the president Issue a
call for volunteers, no one of German
origin would appear. A skunk who would!
A feeling for justice and fair play is one
of the peculiarities of the German.
It is also impossible for him to see why
one should not give expression to his
opinion, and that the opinion he entertains for the polipy of a country has nothing to do with the individual. The writer
thinks the Germans only fit to make Imported sausages, stale beer, etc. Let ma
politely Inform him that, with the exception of the Pacific Northwest, which Is
but a small part of the world, apparently,
howe-ver,the limit of the radius of the
writer's mental horizon, the Germans lead
by great odds in the more important
branches of commerce, banking, export
EAST
O foGKN&lMASaO)
SOUTH
Leave
,
Drpot
t
...
'
8;30AM..
Flfti aaj
I
SIk:1j
OVERLAND EX- PRESS TRAINS.
for Salem, Rose-i-.nburg. Ashland, Sac- ramento,
OgdJn,
San Francisco, Mo- t
feasof Ne6
'leans
--
andthe East.
At Woodburn
except Sunday), morning train
connects with train
for ML Angel. SH-- v
e r t on. Browns- (dally
'
Arrive
art5 A. M.
-
.
I
I "
and ObIt
tlTti
ladies uk
lauacjut
iire;nn
Bed ul
$3$L
t0ttt
Tako
SfcJ&3 other.
Original
rtllafcli.
OArc,
!
.
'
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Gcrrniae.
ior
Mnfftu via A
Geld bmUIUsV
flund .Brand In
wlta Una rlMoa
5oie,
Xtfutt danacrvut ralofiu.
Do
(taw and IwiUtttont. At Drurliti. r uaa An.
Ia itamp far ptrtleslars, totlosslilf an!
j
"UAUcr ior latuca,' in utter. return
MalL AW.UVV TesUoeoItU Ktourtptr.
CoMbjaJl Local Droxiiv.1!.
yillLAD
fJL
A. M
I4:BQ P. M.
117:30
it
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rnMnwv?5?nffe7ra',0tOTredJ,yDoctoral8Dee'eapercentaro
Jt!iir..rJLih8 1ly kuown remedy to cure without rn operation.
Dally.
Corvallls
passenger.
Sheridan passenger..
tvEaU?l!E"o?
AadresaDAYOI
wt!.
troubled with Prostatitis.
testimonials.
A written
JltaJXCINE.CO-- . p. o. Box 2978, San Francisco. CM.
For sale by TVoodard, Clarke & Co.. Portland. XtoV
ftwaboxforjceo,
,
'
tt&,1m uiTSIS
t Fast mH for Te-m- a.
Seattle. Otysssta.
Gray's Marsor aad
N.L
sotarti,
Send
South
Arrlvo
Spskaae, Rowlaa,
D.
C, PuUman.
Lewlston.
Moscow.
Buffalo MP.M.
Mumenpolts.
llrleava,
St. Pawl. Omaha. Xa4-aCity, 9t Lout.
Cstteago and all aotote
No. a.
east and southeaxi
Pust Sound faswiu :A,M.
far Taeoasa and soaftle
and Intermeddle oUm
ana tourist aleosors to MM- PilPtnan flrst-elanw pells. St. Paul and Missn rtvc sotMs without change.
Vestlbuld Irahts. Unhm depot ssnnestlooi la
an principal cities.
IIDally except
Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland
and San Francisco Net rates $17 first
class and $11 second class, including sleeper.
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
Can be optained from
AUSTRALIA.
R,
KIRKLAND, Ticket Agent. 1.54 Third sc J.
YAMHILL
Baggaga. checked to dcetlaaUon of ticket.
For handsomely Illustrated 'doscrfcrttve matter,
sleepiag-sa- r
reservattoas, cm., salt a or
tickets,
write
A. D.CHARLTON
Assistant General Passesger A seat,
255 Morrluon St.. Cor. TalriT,
Fortlaad. OregsH,
S:C0 P. M.
lis25 A. M
DIVISION.
Passenger Depot, foof of Jefferson Street.
Leave far Oswego dally at 7:20. 940 A. M
12.30, 1.55, 3 25, 5.15, 0.25. 8.03, 11:30 P. M.;
and O'OO A. M. on Sundays only. Arrive at
Portland dally at C:35, 8:30, 10:50 A. M :
1:35. 3.15, 4.J0. 6:20, 7.40, 10 00 p. M.; 12.10
A. M. da'ly, except Monday; 6.30 and 10:tt3 A.
M. on Sundays only.
Leave for Dallas dally, exeept Sunday, at
4:80 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 8."38 A. M.
Passenger train leaves Dallas for Airlte Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 2.45 P M
Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
THROUGn SALT LAKE CTTY, DENVER
OMAHA. OR KAAS4S CITY, WITH
CHOICE
OF TWO
ROUTBS.
Via the faat mail line er the seeate fetae thremga
Colorado.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
TO DENVER, OMAHA, KA.NSAS CITY,
ST. LOUIS. CHICAGO aad the
ATLANTIC SEABOARD.
leaving portu.10 mm Mm. Mtv. at tm ?. i.
For railroad and sleeping-ea- r
tickets aad all
other latormatioa asoly to
CITY TJCKET OFFICE
124 Third Street,
Perttepd, Orsgon
J. R. NAOBL.
W. E. COMAN.
Qeneraf Agent.
CHy Ticket; Agt.
Sunday.
Except
R. KOEHLER.
Manager.
C H. MARKHAM.
Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
Pacific CoasJ 5teamshli
Co.
FOR ALASKA
i
THE COMPANY'S
elegant
steamers. Cottage City, City
of Topeka and Al - Kl leave
TACOMA 11 A. M , SEATTLE
& P. M
Feb. 4, , 14, 19. 24.
Mar. 1. 11. 16. 21. 26, 31. Apr.
6, and every fifth day there
after For further information
obtain company's folder.
The company reserves the right to change,
steamers, sailing dates and hours of sailing
without prevlounotlce.
AOENTS N. POSTON. 240 Washington
st..
Portland. Or.. F W. CARLETON, N. P. R. R.
dock, Tacoma. J. F TROWBRIDGE.
Puget
Sound Supt., Ocean dock. Seattle.
GOODALU PERKINS & CO . Gen. Agts . S. F.
36REATN0RgjggNJ
TIcUet Offlcct 122 Third St. 'Faeae
No. 4
S'45 P M.
apolis. Duluih, Chkaw
and all points Bart.
S
e3,
g;WA. M.
3rr. DtJ
Through Palace and Tourist
Cars.
and Buffet Smoklng-Librar- y
JAPAN
-
AMERICAN
LINE
STEAMSHIP TOSA MARU
For Japan. China and sit AitaMe petets
mVi
leave Seattle
About February' 22d.
f
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
iOO PACIFIC
RATES and BEST SERV-lc- e
to and from all Eastern points and Europe.
Through tour.st cars from coast to St. Paul.
Montreal
Toronto.
CHANGE,
aal
Boston
WITHOUT
Direct Route to
Kootenay Mining District
British Columbia
Fsciflc rrrtl mill 'iliuwihlp Knes u
AcitralJu
and information, apply to
H. H. ABBOTT, Agent.
14S Third street, city.
E. J. COTLE.
A, G. P. A.. Vancouver. B. C
Japar
Itt
For Maygers. Kacaier, ARBSVB8
ClatskaBie,
Westsort.
Cttflca. Aatorta. WarH SWOT.
remoe.
Flavel. Ham
mood.
Fort
LEAVES
UNION
DEPOT.
LINE
1
tailevi
WHITE COLLAR LINE
8:00 A.M.
7:00 P. M.
Gearbart Park.
Astoria and SeaacMrc
Bxpress,
Daily.
Astoria. Bxpress.
Dally.
11.
A. K.
940 P. M.
Ticket offiee. 255 Morrison st. and Baton dtset.
.J. C MAYO. Geo. Pass. Act.. Astoria. Gr.
CO.
VANCOUVER TRANSPORTATION
Steamer Undine. Captain Charles T- - Kantst,
leaves Vancouver at 8.39 A. M. and 1 J. S.
T. M.
A. M. ami 4.
Leaves Portland at
Sundays excepted. For freight or pawiaae apply on board, foot of Taylor street. Bound trtp,
3e
N.W. Harris &Ga.
BANKERS
RIVER
& PUGET SOUND NAVI- OATION CO.
PORTLAND AND ASTORIA.
COLUMBIA
Governm't. MitnktpeiU
Railroad, Gas anti
Electric CompeAfeg
Bought aad seM, includisg total ftssses.
Ltilm
tlCoBstlpntlon.
5000
ttafeg
'
IOD RESTRED2S.uf.I55E:.
r
i5!:
Utne. to Marry, KxhnaiitlncMrnln,
Orgoa
flflEiDN
an
Varicocele
stops all losses by day or night. Preventsqulcknessof
dUcharge.vvhlcultnotcbecked
to anermflLnrrhona itnH All tViA tmrr.M rxt lmnnfnnv
leans
ifornxfr.iaBn.Arffhit
. -- ...........
llvpr. tho L 1ln.rit .nri t h. n4aw
... --.r til
.vruw
uS
and restores email weak"organs:
J
PertJswJ,
GBOROS LAMGt
CNy Pass.
Tkc Agt.
J. H. LOTHWJP.
Gen'l Agent.
'
.-r- r 7r . ..
.jr.- -.
i.-:t- tt
T'iuu,ViJo1;iu,i;lJwuuui.u.nimoii3irencnpnrs:ian,vTjii
quicciy care you oiau
nervous
or diseases of the generative organs, eucfi as iost JEtauhood,
Intomala,
PMlna la tbe Baclc, Sotnliml Entlmloai, Xervons
Debility, Pimples
.
Strssl
35 Third
'
Canadian
DIasoad Brand.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1
GO EAST VIA
v Hie.
Sprlngfl e d
and Nation, and
evening train for
ML Angel and SU- verton.
If you have never used Carter's Little
Liver Pills,, go at once to the nearest
drug store and get a vial. They wHl
surely please you Don't forget this.
Chichester
Thraagh tickets, baggage checks and s4ees4as
rar amowimoJatlswa can be ar.raged at
nTP.M.
Offers the LOWEST
I
Throneb PbIIbmb Palaee Sleepers
Tourist Sleepers
DInlnrr Cara (meals a la earte). aad
Free RecllnlBiC Chair Cars
Operated Dally or Fast Mail Trataa
"
110 P.M.
Bote Donnelly, Tacoma.
Kruse's Grill Room and Restaurant-Sta- rk
street, opp. Chamber of Commerce.
other Principal Eastern cities
No. 4.
European plan; headquartera for com
Chilberg's restaurant in
Hotel Bntler, Seattle.
Only 3 J4 Days to Chicago,
Only 4 Days to New York dntJ
CHINA AND JAPAN. FROM, PORTLAND. ,
In connection with THE OREGON RAILROAD
CO. Schedule. 1900 (oubjeet to
& NAVIGATION
Leave
change);
Portland.
Leave
Steamer
No. 2.
Feb. 20
"ABERGELDIE-Mareh 21
April 8
"MONMOUTHSHIRE"
For rates, accommodations, etc.. apply to
DODWELL & COMPANY, Limited,
11:15 A.M.
General Agents, Portland. Or.
To principal points In Japan and China.
merclnl men.
connection.
European. Booms with or without bath.
Ladles' and gents' grillrooms In connection.
The Direct Line to Denver, Omahs.
Kansas City and St. Louij.
THE DINING CAR ROUTK FROM PORTLAND
TQ THE BAST.
THE ONLYDIRKCT UNI TO TMJE YJBLLCfW- STONS PARk.
NewSteamsMpLinetotkOrient
0c
SAN FRANCISCO.
pJCTO R
OR.
1;
and
S
Steamer, Elmore for Dayton and way points,
leaves Portland Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 A. M. Returning, leaves Dayton for
Portland and way points Mondays, Wedaesaay-and Fridays at 0 A. M.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
RIPARIA. WASH.. AND LEWISTON. IDAHO.
Steamer Spokane or steamer Lewteton leaves
Rlparla dally at 1 .20 A. M., arrlvlrg at Lewlston
at 12 o'cloak noon. Returning, the Spokane er
Lewlston leaves Lewlston dally at 8.30 A. M.,
arriving at Rlparla same evening.
W. H HURLBURT,
General Passenger Agent.
V. A. SCHILLING
City Ticket Agent.
Telephone Main 712.
1011c;
9.
THE
,15
TWO TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
fr
42'0Q
Xevr York Groin and Produce.
J Streets.
"FAST MAn
NOME
S. S..BESPATGH
38,000
18,000
166,000
118,000
2,000
TO THE
astteoaestsetasoottototose
W. ELDER,
MOST
dNE
DIRECT
j
Stock Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
CHAMBER
FASTEST AND
THE
New York
CAP
5S.. GEO.
TRAVRLssttS SCUMS.
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
jr
SECOND FLOOR
13c
Receipts. Shipments
63,000
38,000
279,000
223,000
3,000
56,000
si
osaststteotsosteeooeeaeeoQs
55c.
Barley No. 2, 37042c.
Flaxseed No. 1, $1 60.
Timothy seedPrime, $2 C02 52.
Mess pork $0 7010 05 per bbl.
Lard 5 805 95 per cwt.
Short ribs Sides, loose, $5 906 15.
Shoulders Dry salted, boxed, $6 2500 50.
Short clear sides Boxed, $6 056 15.
Butter Steady; creamery, 1924c; dairy, ID
I
DIRECT WIRES TO
"
60207
7O071c
No,
sj
Wheat
-
OATS.
28
22
jt
)
CORN.
February -
17," 1900.
NEW YORK, Feb. 16. Flour Receipts, 14,-0barrels; exports, 7260. Market dull and
featureless.
Wheat Receipts, 5600; exports, 100,000 bushels. Spot, weak; No. 2 red, 70c. Options
F. P. BAUMGARTNER, 253 Washington St.
opened easier and became weak later in the
shares. Tho closing quotations were:
day,
shipments
V.
owing
A.
to
heavy
&
Argentine
Co., General Agents, San Francisco.
and
Mitchell
C0
Atchison
21 lUnlon Pacino ....
do pref
63VJ do pref
iwi bearish domestic news. Trade was slack and
(ByilWabhSh
BV.t. & Ofc!o
Wi prices narrow. May closed at 75c; July, 74c.
Can. Pacific
20
Wool Steady.
esl do pref
it should be the first wife's part to be and Import. In every big center of the
Can. Southern ... 48W)'Wheollng & L. E.. IVik
Hops Quiet,
20-- j
seated from nightfall on in a becoming Whole United States, in every part of the
27yt
Tes. & Ohio
do 2d pref
Chicago Gr. W.... 13VH"Wlsoonsm Central. 18W
garb in front of the Are, her slippered feet globe, the German merchant leads; even
C--. O. & Q
European Grain Markets.
124t,P. C., C A St. L.. 04
in front ot the fender, a novel on the in the lion's den, In London Itself, over
Chi, lad. & L.... 16J
KXPRE3S CO.'S.
er
LONDON,
16. Wheat Cargoes off coa&t, table at her side, and the whole
Feb.
room
of the more important condo pref
115
49 lAdams
buyers and sellers apart; cargoes on passage, permeated with an atmosphere of repdse. cerns are German.
Chi. & East 111... 04 American
117
Chicago & N. W..160 I United States
nominal, unchanged; Walla Walla, 2Ss 3d The least flurry or want of poise reacts " T take this occasion to remark, and I
47
o
125
English country markets, steady.
speak for many, that if the vile slanderC R. L & Pac...lOS Welle-Fargupon hlm,and so her very attitude should
C. C.. C. & St. L. 61
SIISCBLLANEOUS.
.
people coning of the German-Anfericbe one of easo and tranquillity.
Colo. Southern ... 5iAn.er. Cotton Oil.. 33
LIVERPOOL,
16.
wheat
firm;
Wheat,
Feb.
tinues by fanatic know-nothing- s,
if he ia
do 1st pref
04
43V Co pref
country
marand
flour
Paris,
In
weak;
French
do 2d pref
MalUng ... L
recognized as a good citizen politicalnot
15Amer.
kets, quiet; weather In England, unsettled. REPLY TO "COMMON
"25
Del. & Hudson. ...lllti do pref
SENSE" ly, they will make it an issue locally and
Del., Lack. & "W.OVAJrcr. Smelt. & R. 41tf Wheat Futures closed quiet; March, 5s 5d,
nationally and unite on that one point
Demer &. Rio Gr.
01
do pref
May, 5s 10d; July, Cs 10d.
fs time that the political parties taki
71,'A-.e- r.
do pref
Spirits
'Ai
It
Feellnir
of
German
Americans
Corn Spott American mixed, new, steady, 3.
11
12
Brie
do tref
warning.
FRED TOPKEN.
Toward Anonymous Criticism..
v
8d; old, steady. 3s 9d. Futures, quiet;
30 Airer. Steel Hoop. 47M
do 1st pref
a
3s 8d; March, 3s 8d; May, 3s 7d.
Great North, pref. 168
do pref
84Ji
PORTLAND, Feb71i6. (To the Editor.)
Hocking Coal
15 Amer. Steel & "W. S&W
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
n,
The communication in "Wednesday's
Hocking Valley .. S4
93
do pref
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
signed "Common Sense," of which
Illinois Central ...113 Amer. Tin Plate... 34$
PORTLAND.
13& do oref
S2?i
Iowa Central
the
seems, however, to be entirely G HTLarrabee,THE
IW O Sweentjr, TJ 0 A
city
SAN FRANCISCO,
Feb. 16. Wool Spring-Neva- da, void,writer
do pref
B24tAmer. Tobacco ...lOOvl
is as vile and contemptible an at- C S McCord, FalrhavnIR J McCorroljk, Jaj
Kan. C, P. & G 13
135Vi
12015c; Eastern, Oregon, 12Q13c; do
do pref
Grafmaeller, N Y
ard. Wis
of German Edw
Lake Brie & W... 20 Anaconda Mln. Co. 44ts Valley, 2022c. Fall Northern, mountain, 10,3 tack upon his fellow-citize- n
H Kelso, St Louis
lFred S Bell, Winona,
do pref
72"si
SJk Brooklyn R. T
birth and origin as has ever appeared in G
12c; mountain, SfflOc; plains, 810c; Humbolli
B Stoddard, Chicago! Minn
104 "Colo, Fuel & Iron.. 45
Lake Shore
n.
as
publication
creditable a
as The
and Mendocino, 1517q per pound.
M J Carrlgan, PtAngL'IGeo S Long, Tacoma,
Louis. & Nash.... 81Cont. Tobacco ..... 32
It is the more despicable as the D C Schwelzer, San Fr',L S Belding & w.Vai jv
1899 crop. ll13c for choice.
Manhattan El ....
do pref 4
en Hops
Jas Z Moore, Spokaro
H Blssell. MInnpU
au ny
55
Mlllstuffs Middlings. $17 0020; bran, $12 50 writer, by not signing his name, lacks the GS B
jeu
Steel
mttdFederal
'.W E Oiborne, New i'rk
Mills, Chicago
courage which, even in'an ungentlemanly H Chesebrough,
. 754
Mexican Central .. 12 I do pref ....
13 50 per ton.
C
S F ;A R Jacobs, Oregon Cy
Minn. & St. Louis 63 General Electric ..12TVu
Hay
as
one,
always
this
Wheat,
per
a
$6
attack
50
commands
and
5D9
ton: wheat
C G Jacobs, Oregon Cy
Abe Jacobs, city
do pref .......... 83 Glucose Sucar
55
oat, $6 5000; barley $57; alfalfa, $67 50; certain respect. Deploring the bitterness Simon Carter, Chicago S F Juda, San Fran
100
Missouri Pacific .. 40
do pref
Joseph
Blakely,
Chicago
Lendau. San Fr
per
which,
J
ton;
straw,
clover.
F
per
Mobile & Ohio.... 45 Int. Paper
22
either side has displayed in combale.
3045c
$78
Dov le. Tacoma
I H Manners, uai
M.. K. &T
10 I do pref
Potatoes Early Rose, 8505c; river Burbanka, munications, and the subseuuent discus- Thos
CSi
Harry
Henoch, Phlla H tt Scovel, San Fran
K
32ViLa, Clede Gas
do pref
76
50075c; Salinas Burbanks, S0c$l 10; Oregon
sions arising therefrom, I refrain from en- C F Mason, san Fran S Llchter, Chicago
New Jersey Cent..ll65, National Biscuit .. 30
Burbanks, 75c$l'l0 per dack; sweets, $1 f&y tering into a lengthy political and historW P HuB9y, Indpls
J P Whitney, San Fran
New York Oent...l34'J do pref
92V4
1 85 per cental.
F F Sayer. Denver , Sural White. Baker Cy
Norfolk &"West... 2S National Lead
contro21
ical sketch of the British-Bo- er
.tsenj
Johnston, San Fr
city
Latz,
Onions
735H
per
$1
25
pref
do
103V4
do pref
cental.
752
versy. If the writer, however, will state L H Brigra. Quincy.Or Geo
E D Rogers. Chicago
Northern Pacific .. 534Natlonal Steel
50
Citrus fruit Mexican limes, $1135; common his side in a logical and rational man- C
McDonali
C
J Mitcneu, san
Tom
Astoria
74Vy
do pref
95
do pref
California
lemons, 75c$$l 60; choice, $1 7&01
G W Price. San Fran f
if that be possible for him, I shall Harlow B Draker,
Ontario & "West... 23N. T. Air Brake.. 136
Tropical
fruit Bananas, $1 00 2 50 pet ner,pleased
T Bridges & wife, G Iv Grisvvold, Chicago
42 (North American .. 14
G. R. & X
to answer him. It is but "natu- J Roseburg,
be
pineapples,
bunch;
nominal.
Sam Thompson, St Paul
76 (Pacific Coast
do pref
5VA
ral that the great majority are sympa- 3 Cohen, SanOr Fran
Apples $11 25.
1 Vv Neison,
at jcaui
Pennsylvania ....134
S3
colstjref
thizing with the Boers.
W W Ridehalgh, city
1S
Reading
Butter Fancy creamery, 2324c; do sec64
do 2d pref
When we see a big fellow mttack a small
50 Pacific Mall
37
do 1st pref
onds, 2223c; fancy dairy, 2021c; seconds, 18
THE PERKINS.
28 People's Gas .....105U 19c; pickled, 2224c; firkin,
do 2d pref
one, without a very justifiable cause, our F C Martin, Seattle
;JD H Welsh, Astoria
l22c per pound.
Rio Gr. Western.. 46 (Pressed Steel Car.. 65
Cheese New, 10011c: Eastern, 1017c pet sympathies go out to the small one; every
Theo Franks, St Paul JV A Lalpe, Yor.calla-87
do pref
do pref
87
!J H Yanoy, Eugene
Goodsoll, city
pound; Young America.
Western, true man will feel indignant, because he
St. Louis & S. Fr. 10W Pullman Pal. Car. 183
Portland, Chas L Teller, Junclr.
63 i Stand. Rone & TW. 8
abuses his vastly superior power to crush J J Sevens,
do 1st nref
1314o per pound.
(A J "Fodges, Albany
Neal, "Portland
113
35 .Sugar
do 2d pref
Eggs Store, 13015c; Eastern, cold storage", a small oe. If England had gone out to JJ W
M Arthur, Portland Q W Cook, OaklarxfcjCal
113
do pref
St. Louis & S. W. 10
nomlna.
17c per dozen.
ranch,
sympathies
1W
equal,
our
civilizei'Russia,
l.
her
San
Fr
J Russell. San Kran
0S
STVftTenn,
.........
pref
&
Coal
Iron.
do
rv
Recelpts-Flo- ur.
jGeo M Sykes,Vansouvr- quarter sacks, 12,408; da -- would be with England. But not to sysm
FB
122 U. S. Leather
Bt. Paul
16
Mrs C C Hall,' uregoni:
C Vt- Hudson, do
Utah, 12CS; wheat, centals, 157,329; barley, cen171
pathizfe with a people who so gallantly Th03
75
do pref
do pref
Richardson, SF 'OC Musser, San Fran
32
St. Paul & O .....115 U. S. Rubber
tals, 11,115; oats, centals, 1020; beans, sacks, defend their homes and Independence is T A Barlow,
Victoria IBert Shelton. Goldendl
do pref
91
Southern Pacific .. 39
523; com, centals, 420; potatoes, sacks, 3050; simply impossible,
the strongest argu- .miner DTeeman, "xnc iairs vcri sneiion, aa
11W Western Union ... 84
Southern Ry
bran, sacks, 1635; middlings, sacks, 150; hay, ments why it is desirable notwithstandRande," Seattle
IW Lord. The Dalles
50 Reoabllc Iron & S. 24
do pref
W T Agnew, Oljmpla Edw c .Tease, uaues
tons, 040; wool, bales, 7; hides, 4690.
CS
do pref
ing. I presume the writer is an EnglishTexas & Pacific... 1G
Mrs "W T Agnew, do
B C Leyson, Whitehall,
even,
noteworthy
as
manpossibly
a
has
E H Storey, Montesanoj Mont
Bx dividend.
EASTERN LIVESTOCK.
beexception to his
IMrs JET C Lyson, do
Mrs Storey, do
carl Roe, Enterpnse.ur
come an American cUteen for I, am loth G A Gore, Kalama
CHICAGO. Feb. 16. Cattle Good to choice,
Mrs Carl Roe, do
Miss Gore, Kalama
Foreign Financial News.
poor to medium, $44 80; mixed etock-er- s, to believe that an American born could
Lee" Moorehouse,
L D Wolf. Spokane
Pen
$56;
blood
possibly
nationality
o
the
a
slander
NBW TORK. Feb. 16. The Commercial AdSpokan
D
L
Mrs
dleton, Or
Wolf.
$3 1006 75; selected feeders, $44 75; good
vertiser's London financial cablegram says:
of which flowsiin the veins of a great ma- A H Wlllett, Bridal Vl!T J Cooper, N D
to choice cows, $3 104 40; heifers, $3 2504
N P Nelson, Chicago
W Thomas, Salt Lake
The news of Vie relief of Klmberlry caused a
$2 502 SO; bulls, $2 704 40; calves, jority of the- people of the United States. W H Smith, Tacoma IMrs W Thomas, do
booming opening today, DeBeeni rising
The hundreds of thousands of German-bor- n J T Mahon, Harney J J Antwert. Sumpter
80; fed Texas beeves, $45.
$57
Business, however, was most meager, provincial
Hogs Mixed and butchers, $4
and of German origin in our civil Mrs A E Haines, LaGr S P Sloan, Grant's Pass
good to
orders being stopped by- Interruptions In the choice heavy, $4 905 02; .rough755;
W C Hawle, Salem
M.B Rankin, city
heavy, $4 75 war, the tens of thousands In our .late war R
Sweet, Nampa, IdlA H Lyle, Crook Co
telegraphic service, and prices
gradually
4 85; light, $4 704 02; bulk of sales, $4 85
who fought, bled and died lor the Union, A W
C Chapman, Ovid,
IClalre P Harter.Ralnlei
dropped.
Lord Rosebery's speech In parliatell a different tale.
m 95.
Mich
'EfiTe M Gentry, Ralniet
ment yesterday Induced apprehensions In some
Sheen Native wethers, $4 S3JM 60; lambs. $3
History, studied thoroughly and Impar- J T Stinger, NWhatcm Isaac Peet. Astoria
quarters of Impending foreign complications.
Crosby,
Mrs
D
Mrs J M Gillette, Sea-Fr7; Western wethers, $4 85
great
F
the
Astoral
tially,
educator,
makes
is
and
a
5
60;
Western
Consols, which began at 101, were pressed
Brown, Astoria j side
lambs, $6ti 90.
man. History,
student .a broad-minde- d
Connolly, Dunsmulr IWm T Mltty, Salem
sown by heavy cash sales at 100. and thej
Receipts Cattle, SOOO; hogs, 27,000; sheep. hpwever, studied superficially and one- D
C C Hayr.ce, Forest Grv
R E Allison, do
dosed at only
better. The celling of con8000.
sided, a laudation of the native country at M. L Coovert, VancWnjF D Schnebly, Ellensbg
sols was supposed to be In anticipation of
guides
E Lillian Schnebly &
expense
mind O R Reynolds, do
the
all
of
others,
the
the financial statement to be made by the
Forest Grv sister, Ellensburg
OMAHA. Feb. la
Cattle Receipts, 2300; Into narrow-cnlndednescreating an ar- JG NQ Eddy,
Copeland,
W H Chase, Tacoma
chancellor of the exchequer, next Monaay.
Slleta
Market firm; native beef
$3 905 60; rogant feeling of supremacy.
Germany
Americans began 1 per cent up, but In the Western steers, $3 8004 60; Bteere,
THE IMPERIAL.
Texas steers, $3 63 has an overproduction of Germans some
absence of New York support slipped away
C. W. Knowles, Manager.
0 25; cows and- - heifers, $3 254 25; canners, 900.000 every year, and I beg to Inform the
steadily to the olose. The trading In this de- - $2
2508; etockers and feeders, $3 765; calves, writer, for his enlightenment, if that be John Jones, Seattle
(A McBrlde, Oregon Cl
partment today was the dullest we have had $47, bulls and stags,
Warren,
Walter
K Deering,
J
25.
$34
possible, that a great many emigrate to H L Morrill, San Fran Union, Or
for years. Money was nominally unchanged,
Hogs Receipts, 5000.
510c higher; German colonies. The ties of business, re- C L ritchard, NY
J W Walden. Union
but there was an easier tondencj--r and few heavy. $4 8004 00; mixed,Market
E M Harness, San Fr A N Gilbert, Salem
bills were offered. The bank lost 200.000 gold $4 7504 82; bulk of sales, $4$4 S0485.85; lights, lation and friendship so closely and wideG E Martin, McMlnn
Gelgnan, Marshfleld
804
engaged for shipment to the Cape. The coppei
Sheep Receipts, 6S00. Market steady; lambs, ly existing over a century with the United W W Westover, San FriArthur C Lawrence.olty
many
shores,
and
toward these
States turn
statistics show clocks unchanged and supplies $5 5006 80.
F J Van Outeren, Oak- - R W Jamerson, Rosebg
overy enlightened citizen of the United
land
H S Pernot, Corvallls
Increased by 1400 tons.
Blake, city
S O Swackhamer, La,
KANSAS
CITY. Feb. 16. Cattle Receipts, States welcomes the Immigrants Germany W NH Norton,
Log Angls
R
Grande
5000.
to
us.
Money, Kxclinntre. Etc.
Market steady; Texas steers, $3 805; sends
W C Slzemore. Ontario H F Pierce, San Fran
The sturdy German always becomes, a C D Wlnton, Salem
A B Willis. London
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 1C Sterling on Lon-do- n Texas cows, $2 75C 05; native steers, $3 25Q
Corne- Miss R Mlchell. Dalle
5 50; native cows and herfers, $2 234 40; citizen of this country; it is his first act. Eff Schleffelln,
00 days, $4 85; sight. $4 83.
Miss Mj rtle Mlchell, do
lius, Or
etockers and feeders, $305 23; bulls, $34 80.
In fact. He goes out to cultivate a hithMexican dollars !84Sc
Mra Schleffelln, do
Miss Pearl Dean, Moro
Hogs Receipts, 9000. Market steady to strong. erto unproductive waste; he becomes a Ben
Drafts-Sig- ht,
15c; telegraph, 17.
Rosenfeld. San Fr H O Watrous, Carbon-dal- e
Bulk of sales, $4 7004 SO; heavy, $4 70i 87; faithful and steady workingman; he make3 E G Sprout, Tacoma
NEW TORK. Febv 16.
Frank Spittle. Astoria
Money
4 75; his Influence felt, his progresslveness in G Baraet. Canada
On call. packers, $4 704, SO; mixed, $4 65
iW B Lawler. Nevada
lights, $4 5004 75; Yorkers, $4 6504 75; pigs, every higher branch of culture and Mrs Barnet, Canada
Steady at 202 per cent; last loans, 2.
C (W L Whltmore, Chgo
A
Oreg
Miller,
Robt
60.
$4
104
Prime mercantile paper 400 per cent.
science; he pays taxes, he raises a family,
THE ST CHARLES.
Sheep Receipts, 2000. Market firm; lambs, he educates his children and teaches them
Sterling exchange Firm, with actual business
Mrs A M James, city IW H Adams, Carrolltn
in bankers' Mils at $4 8704 87 for demand $506 75; muttons, $4 2500.
to be good citizens of this republic. That H
Salem
Clouse,
P
John Racine, Harney
and at $4 84 for 60 days; posted rates, $4 SJ
he not forgets the country of his birth, W E Downs, Salem
Geo Nerton, Vancouver
Bad $4 S8; commercial bills. $4
his mother In her peaceful home abroad, W H Adams, Carrolltn'H H Prouty, Dawson
81.
Metal
The
Markets.
Silver certificates
YORK, Feb. 16, It was a very quiet his brothers and sisters who have clung O A Rosendahl.Chlnook.W W Bay. Aberdeen
NEW
Mexican dollars 17c
T Talbot, Cornelius
jF Mathews, city
and uninteresting day In rho local market for to the Fatherland, that the scenes and Frank
Kamp, Svenscn J W Davis, Castle Rck
Bonds Government, Irregular; state. Inactmetals. In sympathy with a further rise irf Innocent pleasures of his childhood ap- W a Rowan,
do IL Peterson, Hood Rlvr
ive; railroad, Irregular.
ao v reterson. Hood Rl er
values In London, tin again advanced quite pear to him in wistful dreams of remem- S Huffman.
sharply, but displayed no marked strength of brance, is but natural. "Well may he feel Geo Algeshelmer, city D Keener, Ostrander
city
LONDON, Fob. 16, Consols 100.
Hcesman,
Carl
F Boyd. Ostrander
Germany
Its own on the
proud
of the achievements of
Advices from the West
G Pomeroy,
H Sanford. city
were not of special significance. Plg-lro- n
in science, art, literature and commerce. W
warC A Rhodes, Vancvr
'
rants, very dull; lake copper, unchanged, $16 25;
IWS Akin, Cottage Grov
The American who has become a citi- G W Laurence, do
London Stock Market.
tin, quiet, $30 85; spelter, unchanged,. $4 60 zen of Germany and there are a number W Rush. Stella
Oollls, city
LONDON. Feb. 16, Canadian Pacific, 101;
C H Baldwin, city
Frank Cornelius, WW
Union Paeifle preferred, 78; Northern Pacific bid, $4 70 asked; lead, $4 70 bid.. $4 75 asked. of them would be considered a mighty N
M
Metger, Gresh- IMlss
W
Sullivan,
Walla
preferred, 77; Atchison, -Grand Trunk, The firm that fixes the selling price for minere poor specimen of a man if he should not John Cassl&y. Walla W am. Or
and smelters quotes lead at $4 45 at the close. feel proud of the country in which he saw J Gregory, walla w 'Louis Dessert, Wla
Anaconda,
Bar silver, 69c
P S Stamp. Latourell
Johnson, do
the light of life, and defend it against any Chas,
H Watts, Reuben, Or Chas Brown, Latourell
slurs cast upon it. A skunk who wouldn't! THax
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 16. Bar silver,
Cohn, San Fran
Dan Savage, Sheridan
THE GRAIX MARKETS.
say
every
German u
that
I venture to
R O Collls, city
ban ran
would have volunteered his services to
LONDON, Feb. 16. Bar silver, 27d.
Prices for Cereals In European
8;
AEW YORK ST90K MARKET.
Hajorltr
4..
N. "W. eon. 7sl41 I do Bs
120U
S.
deb. 5s. 120". Union Pacific 4s. ..101,
D. &. R. G. l6ts...lOSVi Wis. Central lata.. 91
do 4s
SS'iJ
STOCKS.
The total sales of stocks today were 318,800
&.
hyer.
FEBRUARY
SATURDAY,
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and May ribs closed a chads
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MOBNING
of Grsdi!
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lesied oa Bask of Saotkwd, London,
Crodit Lyonnats, Parte.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON EtEPOCJTS
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Leaves Portland dail7 every morning
at 7
o'aleck. except Sunday.
Returning, leaves Astoria every night at 7 o'clock. exept SttMlar.
Oregca phone Main 391. Cofeatbja phoae 331.
SCOTT. President.
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204 Dearborn St., Ch4oago.
8 MNk st,
31 Nassau s!., New Yark
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