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THE SUNDAY OREGOOTAN, PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 25, 1901.
BUYS UP ATCHISON
Union Pacific Gets a Voice in
SAYS WALL-STREET RUMOR
Explanation of the Strength Exhib
ited by Both Stocks in the New
York Market Bank State
ment Not Surprising.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2. Busy surmise, -which
has been seeking for an explanation of the
persistent strength of Union Pacific alighted
today on an alleged purchase by the Union
Pacific interests of several hundred thousand
shares of Atchison, thus insuring it an influ
ential rolce in Atchison affairs and strength
enlng its control of the whole- trans-continental
railroad situation. It must bo said for this'
rumor that there was better authority for tho
credence attached to it than for some of he
many others and the sagging tendency of the
stock on the report did not shake the faith
of its believers. The heaviness of Union Pa
cific was attributed to profit-taking by the
speculators who had followed the movement,
and the decline showed no signs of precipita
tion. The most decided effect was caused to
Atchison, which made a rather aggressive ad
vance, especially the preferred, which, was
The United States Steel 6tocks also devel
oped great strength without special news. The
details of the August exports showed some
very heavy declines in values for Iron and
rteel compared with July, but the buyers of
the steel claimed to have encouraging advices
of progress In the revival in the trade. The
general list wao decidedly neglected and moved
narrowly and not more than was accounted for
by slight sympathy with the special strong
The bank statements offered no great sur
prises. A loan contraction was not unex
pected, but It was not as largo as was hoped
for and was not sufficient to prevent a fur
ther substantial depletion of the surplus re
serve. Transfer of loans frpm banks to trust
companies is known to have been made to a
large extent, which Is & process that does not
affect the actual volume of credits nor the
ultimate reserve obligations upon the New
Tork banks. The market closed sllghtlyirregu
lar, with a few fresh advances Just at the
last. Total sales of bonds, par value,
Misgivings over the stability of the price
level of stocks have been more or less in evi
dence ell the week. The prevailing tendency
of prices, however, has been downward, and
the activity of trading also marks a decline
in epeculative interest. As the period for the
maturity of the crops approaches, epeculative
attention is concentrated on the outcome. In
reviewing the course of the late rise in
stocks, It is easily recognized that the crop
prospects on which it was initiated have been
materially modified. Severe reduction in esti
mates of all three of the leading crops, wheat,
corn and cotton, have had to be made, and in
the cases of cotton and corn, tho process is
still going on. The estimates of tho com
crop generally accepted In Wall street this
week have been settled at aboutr 2,000,000
bushels, or below, with the corroboratory
testimony of authorities on whom the finan
cial world places high value.
The fact is impressed by a process of
retrospection that a flood of rumors and as
sertions has been made the basis of enor
mous buying of stocks and wide advances In
their price for days and even weeks and
thrown aside and forgotten without being real
ized. Expected dividend increases, great -combinations
and absorptions of railroad systems
and alleged contests for control in the open j
market have been made to feed speculative
excitement continuously and then relegated to
the obscurity of unwarranted rumors without
material after-effect on the prices which they
had served to enhance. The week's principal
rumors centered about Union Pacific, but they
proved so numerous and contradictory as to
impair their' Influence and were dropped out
The withdrawal of funds from New Tork by
the Interior has continued, and former esti
mates of the unlimited sufficiency of the bank
ing surplus have been revived by the rapid
rate of depletion of three previous weeks. The
rising course of loans has had a deterrent
effect on speculation.
The reports to the Controller of the Sep
tember 6 condition of National banks through
out the country disclose a state of reserve in
the South and West that offers no prospect of
less than a normal call upon New Tork for
Reports of railroad earnings and of the
course of general business have been regarded
as .satisfactory, but .have lacked influence on
etocks, owing to their agreement with expec
tations which had Induced previous operations
The bond market has been Irregular and
somewhat less active. United States 4s and
the old 4s registered, have advanced J4, the
2s and the old 4s coupon Vi per cent on call
during the week.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Low. bid.
Atchison 33,500 83ft 82' t!U
do preferred ....... 14,000 101 9$t 100y4
Baltimore & Ohio.... 2,600 SS4 S8ft
do preferred -. us
Canadian Pacific .... 100 127Vi 127& 127
Central of N. J 177
Chesapeake & Ohio.. 300 42 42 41
Chicago & Alton 39fc
do preferred Si
Chi. Great Western.. 200 1G?b 165s 10
Chi. & Northwestern 185
Chi.. Mil. & St. Paul 6.100 157 16T 157?s
do preferred 182
Chi. Term. & Trans. 6
do preferred 158
C , C, C. & St. Louis 1S
Colorado Southern .. 800 20 U 10?4 10
do 1st preferred 1,300 51 51 51
do 2d preferred 400 27 27 20
Delaware & Hudson.- 300 107 100 16GW
Del., Lack. & West. 280
Denver & Rio Grande 28
do preferred 200 824 824 81V.
E?e 301 S0
do 1st preferred.... 300 66 66 06
do 2d preferred..... 400 45 it 45 45U
Hocking Valley .. ..... t
do preferred S9
Illinois Central 13SU
Iowa Central 100 22 22 22
do preferred 100 43 4S 42
Kan. City Southern 24
do preferred 300 40 40 40
Louisville & N&shv.. 8,000 124 124 124
Manhattan L. 154
Metrop. Securities.... 0, GOO 80 77 78
Metropolitan St. Ry.. 8,000 120 1182 11SW
Minn. & St. Louis 55"
M.. St. P. & S. S. M. 100 74 74 74
do preferred . 123
Missouri Pacific 1,700 0" 96 9
Mo., Kan. & Texas.. 300 23 23 23
do preferred .. 100 48 48 48
National of Mex. pfd. 100 39 39 38
New Tork Central.... 500 126 120 125
Norfolk & Western.. 700 6S 07 07
do preferred 90
Ontario & Western.. 11.800 35 34 34
Pennsylvania 18.400 131 130 131
p., c.. c & st. Louis....... ..... 70$
Reading 1,500 67 66 66
do 1st preferred 100 8434 84 84
do 2d preferred 200 75 75 75
Rock Island Co 4.800 27 27 26
do preferred 100 71 71 70
St. L. & S. F. 2d pfd 58(
St. L. Southwestern.. 100 20 20 20
do preferred 4314
Southern Pacific 7.000 56 56 56
Southern Railway .. 3,500 33 32 32
do preferred loo 93 93 02
Texas & Pacific 900 31 31 31
Toledo. St. L. & W. . 200 32 31 31
do preferred ....... 600 51 51 ' 51
Lnion Paa'flc 26,100 101 100 100
-t,?cLp,?rer:rcd 400 93 93
Wabash 300 20 20 20
do preferred 200 41 41H 41
AVheeling & L. Erie .Tt ... ip
Wisconsin Central .. 200 18 18 18
do preferred 200 43 43 43
Mexican Central 1.500 13 13 13
Adams ...... ....... ...... ..... ..... 230
American ........... ....... ..... 201
United States i. ..." ,''m'm 5
Wells-Fargo .... ..... ... 235
Amalgamated Copper 4,400 58 57 57
Arocr. Car & Foundry 200 23 23 23
do preferred 100 SOU 80 80
American Cotton Oil.. 400 32& 32 32
do preferred .'. 90
American Ice 200 7 7 7
do preferred 1,400 26 28 28
American Linseed Oil 11
do preferred .". 30 '
American Locomotive 800 2e 26 26
do preferred ". ws
Sales. High. Low. bid.
Amer. Sm. & Refining 3,200 67 66 66
do preferred 300 108 107 107
Amer. Sugar Refining y 400 130 130 180
Anaconda. Mining Co. 100 94 94 93
Brooklyn R. Transit. 2,800 65 54 64
Colorado Fuel &, Iron . . 34
Consolidated Gas .v.. 2,300 203 203 204
Com Products 13
do preferred 200 60 69 68
Distillers Securities. 300 28 29 29
General Electric 500 170 168 170
International Paper.. 1.200 17 16 16
do preferred 74
International Pump.. 100 81 31 31
do preferred ....... ..... 76
National Lead 1.000 24 23 23
North American .... 500 95 95 95
Pacific Mall 1,300 35 34 34
People's Gas i 400 102 102 102
Pressed Steel Car.... ..... 32
do preferred 73
Pullman Palace Car. 215
Republic Steel 8
do preferred 4314
Rubber Goods 19
do preferred 81 '
Tenn. Coal & Iron 1.100 47 47 47
U. S. Leather 2,800 10 0 - 9
d preferred 1.000 87 87 87
Vr " l1 500 53 53 53
U. S. Rubber .7 ..... 19
do preferred 74
xs- S. Steel 3,500 17 10 17
Preferred 4,200 6S 67 6S
Westinghouse Blec. 100 161 161 161
western Union 100 90 90 90
Total sales for the day. 2S3.900 shares.
NEW TORK, Sept. 21. Closing quotations:
u- S. ref. 2s rflM04tC. & N. W. C. 7b. 128
doiOiii)on 105 p. & R. G. 4s.. 101
U. S. 3s rg 105N. T. a lsts 100
do coupon 105Nor. Pacific 3s.. 74
U. S. new 4s rg.l31Nor. Pacific 4s. .104
do coupon 131lSo. Pacific 4s... 93
U. a old 4s rg-.. 100 'Union Pacific 4s. 104
do coupon 107 Wis. Central 4s.. 90
Atchison adj 4s. 95"
Stocks at London.
LONDON, Sept. 24. Consols for money,
SS 3-16; consols for account, 88.
Anaconda 4Nor. & Western. 70
Atchison 84) do preferrod .. 90
ao preferred.. 102 Ont & western. 35
Bait. & Ohio... 90jPennsylvanla
tao. i'acinc . , .lzumuana Mines
C. & 0 42 'Reading ..
C Gt. Western. 16 do 1st pref.
C. M. & St. P...161 do 2d pref.
DeBeers 18So. Railway ..
D. & R. G. .... 29) do preferred
do preferred.. 84 So. Pacific ...
Erie 31 Union Pacific .
do 1st sref. ... 68 do preferred .. 95
do 2d pref. ... 40 U. S. Steel 17
Illinois Central. 142 do preferred .. 69
L. & N. 127Wabash 21
M. K. & T. 25 J do preferred .. 42
N. T. Central.. 120'
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW-TORK. Sept 24. Money on call, nom
inal; no loans. Time loans, steady; 60 days,
3 per cent; 90 days, 3, per cent; six months,
S4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4
5 per cent.
Sterling exchange, fairly steady, with actual
business In bankers' bills at $4.8575 for de
mand, and $4.835004.8360 for 60-day bills;
posted figures, $4.84 and $1.87; commercial
Bar silver, 57c.
Mexican dollars, 45 c
Bonds Government, steady; railroad, steady.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. Silver bars,
57c; Mexican dollars. 4646c Sight drafts,
5; telegraph drafts. 7. Sterling on London,
GO days. $4.04; eight, $4.86.
LONDON, Sept. 24. Bar silver. 26d per
ounce; money, 11 per cent. The rate of
discount in the open market for short bills Is
2 per cent; tho rote of disccunt In the open
market for three-months' bills is 2 per cent.
Bank clearings of the leading cities of the
Northwest yesterday were as follows:
Portland $510,002 $ 73,090
Seattle 786,460 203,871
Tacoma 306,005 34,475
Spokane 359,800 28,888
, Clearings of Portland, Seattle and Tacoma
for the week wce:
Portland. Seattle. Tacoma,
Monday $1,006,674 $ 833.699 $ 427,512
Tuesday 665,224 875.455 453,470
Wednesday ... 809,662 075,615 359.017
Thursday 688.123 711,800 472,708
Friday 653,335 705,046 345,134
Saturday 510,062 730,460 306,695
Totals $4,233,080 $4,538,075 $2,364,627
Clearings for the corresponding week in for
mer years were:
Portland. Knnttla Tixnm,
ISM $1,649,231 $5,400,326 $1,226,161
1W0 2,435.276 S.316.551 1.284.304
1W1 2,228.876 3.051.631 1.090.129
i 4,984.575 1.462,007
1903.. 3,968.708 4,257,861 2,004,785
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT.
Decrease In Loans and Deposits foe First
Time in a Month.
NEW .TORK, Sept. 24. The Financier
One notable feature of the official state
ment of the New Tork Associated banks last
week was the decrease for the first time
since the week ending August 27 of loans
and deposits, the former by $2,464,000 and
the latter by $10,123,500, making the net
increase in loans since the above date of
$39,447,600 and in deposits of $86,780,300.
The cash reserve showed a loss last week
of $5,633,000, which sum very nearly cor
responds with the loss as estimated upon
the basis of the traceable movements of
money during the week, there being a dif
ference of only $405,500. The required re
serve was reduced through the decrease in
deposits by $2,530,875. which sum, deducted
from the loss In cash, left $3,102,125 as
the reduction In surplus reserve to $26,
251,025. Computed upon the basis of de
posits, less those of $23,437,100 public funds,
the surplus is $32,110,300. The decrease of
$2,454,000 in loans, as. above stated, was
probably due to the liquidation of specula
tive accounts in the stock market during
the week, the result of the unfavorable re
ports as to the yield of corn. The state
ment foiled to balance, the sum of the re
duction in loans and of the loss of cash be
ing $2,036,500 less than tho decrease In de
posits. Circulation Increased $611,800, and
the largest gain in this item was by one
Comparisons of loans show that eight
banks reduced this item by $2,750,000 nef
these banks lost $3,200,000 net In cash.
Compared with August 27, Ave of the larger
banks show a net expansion of $27,500,000
in loans, a net reduction of $28,000,000 in
cash (or nearly the whole of the loss Indi
cated by all the banks In the association)
and a net gain of $1,000,000 in deposits.
The statement of averages of the clearing
house banks of this city for the week
aos $1,138,504,800 $D2?45400
i n Tin oa
Reserve required. .
Ex-U. S. deposits.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
were as follows:
Andes . . $
10Mexican $ 1.05
Occidental Con.. .73
Best & Belcher 1.10
Overman . . ic
Caledonia . . . . ' .58
Challenge Con.. .IS
Con. Cat & Va. -1.10
Seg. Belcher ... .11
Sierra Nevada.." .31
Silver Hill ... .47
Union Con 39
Crown Point ..
Gould & Curry.
Hale & Nor....
.22 1 Utah Con. ..... .10
62Tellow Jacket.. .23
NEW TORK. Sept. 24. Closing quotations:
Adams Con. ...$ -20Little Chief ....$ .05
Alice -. . .' . .40Ontario 3.50
Breece 12Ophir 2.15
Brunswick Con. .08jPhoenIx ....... 16
Comstock Tun.. .OOiPotosl , 12
Coiv Cal. & Va. 1.05Savage 26
Horn Silver ... 1.60iSierra Nevada. . .27
Iron Silver .... 1.75 Small Hopes ... .25
Leadvllle Con.. .03Standard 1.90
BOSTON, Sept 24. Closing quotations:
Adventure ....$ 3.25Mohawk $ 45.50
112.83Mont C. & a
Am. Zinc ...
Atlantic .. ..
CaL & Hecla
Centennial . .
Daly West ..
Franklin .. .
Granby . . ...
Isle Royale . .
Old Dominion.. 15.00
Osceola .. ... 78.50
Pnrwif o, nn
Quincy .. ..J.. 9000
2t!.S3ITamnriielr . .
57.25IU. S. Mining
14.00JU. S. Oil ...
3.00 Victoria ..
21.75 Winona ....
j Aiicmgan . . . v
ENGLISH CROP IS SMALL J
YIELD OF HOPS SMALLEST SINCE
Latest Estimate Places it at 275,000
Bales Heavy Buying in
A London cable received in this city yester
"English crop will not exceed 275.000 cwt.
Market advancing. Growers will not eelL"
A cable from Manager Henley, also received
yesterday, put the yield at 280,000 cwt. Com
menting on the cable news, a leading hop
"These figures ehow that the.English crop is
the smallest since 1SS2. In that year hops
went up to $1.25 per pound. There was con
siderable surplus carried over then from .the
year previous. This year there Is practically
no carry-over stock on hand. "What Is .to
prevent hops going as high as they did In
1SS2, or even twice as high? The Oregon
growers Tiave the situation in their own- hands.
They can keep prices down to the present
figure by selling, or by holding they can put
the market up almost wherever they want It."
It was learned yesterday that Herman
Kla.be r fc Co., of Tacoma, bought 1100 bales In
California at 2627 cents, which leaves
only 6500 bales in first hands in that state.
Klaber also bought several' lots at Eugene at
27 cents. Phil Nels. of this city, yesterday
paid 27 cents for 100 bales at Independence
and a number of smaller sales were also re
ported. A private letter received yesterday morning
from a S. May & Co., of Albany, N. T.,
said the crop of that state would amount to
Oregon Wools Selling Strong.
BOSTON. Mass., Sept, 24. (Special.) Staple
Oregon, wool la. very scarce In the Boston
market and selling strong at 19 cents In the
grease or about 58 cents clean. All territory,
wools in the original bags are in good re
quest, and in graded medium territory there
have been sales at 10Q20 cents and in low
medium at 22Q23 cents.
The very best Oregon and Nevada wools are
in demand and selling at 53054 cents and
there has been a fair business in California at
18 cents for middle country and 1415 cents
for Southern, with 2223 cents for good
Northern. PORTLAND 'MARKETS.
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
Eastern buyers were still In the field yester
day and making large purchases. The market
was strong at the prices paid on the previous
WHEAT Export basis: Walla Walla. 80
81c; bluestem. S5c; Valley, 86c. Eastern
basis: "Walla Walls, 84c; bluestem, 87c
BARLEY Feed. $20321 per ton; rolled. $23
OATS No. 1 white, $1.2531'.30; gray, $L20
1.25 per cental.
FLOUR Patents, $3.403.75 per barrel;
straights, $44.25; clears, $3.75S: Valley,
$484.10; Dakota hard wheat, $6.507.50; Gra
ham, $3.604; whole wheat, $44.25; rye flour,
local. $4.60: Eastern, $505.10.
MILLSTUFFS Bran, $19 per ton; middlings,
$23.50; shorts, $21; chop. U. S. Mills. $18.
Linseed dairy food, $18; linseed oil meal, lo
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 90
pound sacks, $6.75; lower grades, $5.756.25;
oatmeal, steel cut, 50-pound sacks, $8 per bar
rel; 10-pound sacks, $4.25 per bale; oatmeal
(ground), 60-pound sacks, $7.50 per barrel; 10
pound sacks, $4,25 per bale; split peas, $4.60
per 100-pound sack; 25-pound boxes, $1.25;
Searl barley, $4 per 100 pounds; 25-pound
oxes, $1.25 per box; pastry flour, 10-pound
sacks, $2.50 per bale.
HAT Timothy, $14015 per ton; clover, $109
11; grain, $1011; cheat. $10 11.
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Etc
One local creamery advanced Its quotation on
fancy creamery to 30 cents yesterday and the
others will probably soon follow. Eggs were
firm and In strong demand with prospects of
higher prices next week. Poultry was slow
yesterday and a good many chickens and'
turkeys were carried over. Ducks and geese
BUTTER City creameries: Extra creamery,
27S0c per pound; fancy creamery, 2225c.
State creameries: Fancy creamery, 2527c;
store butter. 1415c
EGGS Oregon ranch, 25o; Eastern. 2224c
CHEESE Full cream twins. Jobbing price.
9SOc; to the trade, HQ12c; young Americas,
jobbing, 11011c; to the trade. 1213c.
POULTRY Fancy hens, 1218o; old hens,
1212c: mixed chickens, llllc; old roost
ers, 89c; young roosters, 11 12c; Springs,
1 to 2-pound. 1212c; broilers, 1 to 1
pound, 12 13c; dressed chickens. 1214c;
turkeys, live. Spring, 15016c; do dressed, old,
17818c; do choice, 2021c; geese, live, per
pound, 89c; geese, dressed, per pound. 10
10c; ducks, old. $45; do young, as to size,
$46; pigeons. $11.25.
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc.
The demand for fruit was a Mttle better,
owing to the brighter weather. Receipts were
small, especially of California grapes, owing
to rain la that state, but Oregon, grapes were
VEGETABLES Turnips, $1.25 per sack; car
rots, $1.50; beets, $L25; parsnips, $1.25; cab
bage. lQ2c; lettuce, head, 15c per dozen;
parsley, 20c dozen; tomatoes, 4060c per box;
cauliflower, $1 per dozen; egg plant, $1.25 per
crate; celery, 90c pec dozen; cucumbers. 10
15c per dozen; peas, 4Qic per pound; beans,
green, 4&5c; wax, 405c; squash. $1.25 per box;
green corn, 16c per Joren; pumpkins, lo per
ONIONS New, $2 per cwt.
HONEY $3S3.60 per case.
POTATOES New Oregon Early Rose and
Burbanks, $1.2501.30; California Burbanks,
$1.10; Meroed sweets, l2c.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels, 4-crown, 7c;
3-layer Muscatel raisins, 7c; unbleached
seedless Sultanas, 6c; London layers, 3
crown, whole boxes of 20 pounds, $1.85; 2
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated, 68c
per pound; sundrled, sacks or boxes, none;
apricots. 10llc; peaches. 910c; pears,
none; prunes, Italians. 45c; ' French, 2
Sc; figs, California blacks, 6c: do white,
none; Smyrna, 20c; Fard dates, $1.50; plums,
DOMESTIC ' FRUITS Apples, new, 60c9
$1.25; plums, 6065c; peaches, freestones, 60
665c: clingstones. 3560c; cantaloupes, Ore
gon, $1; Yakima, $1.25; watermelons, 75200c
per hundred; figs, $1 per box; prunes, $1.25
per box; grapes, California, Tokay. 51.253
1.S5; black, $1.15; Muscat, $1.15; Oregon
Sweetwater and Niagara. 40560c: Concords,
half-basket, 20c; full basket. 35c; Barlctt
pears, $11.25; nectarines, 75S5c; quinces,
$1: cranberries. $9.5010 per barrel.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, rancy, $3,253
2.50; choice, $3 per box; oranges. Valenclas,
$3.5003.75 per box: grapefruit, $2.5003 per
box; bananas, 5 06c per pound; pineapples,
$4 per dozen.
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 26028c; Java, ordinary,
16020c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18020c; good, 16-3
18c; ordinary, 10012c per pound; Columbia
roast, cases, 100s. $13; 60s, $13.25; Arbuckle,
$14.75: Lion. $13.75.
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1, $5.37; No. 3
Creole, $4.25: Carolina, 6c; broken-head. 4c
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound tails,
$1.65 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; fancy
1-pound flats. $1.80; -pound flats, $1.10:
Alaska pink, 1-pound tails, 87o; red, 1-pound
tails, $1.20; sockeyes. 1-pound tails, $1.75; 1
pound flats. $1.85.
SUGAR Sack basis, 100 pounds: Cube,
$6.60 powdered, $6.25; dry granulated, $6.15;
extra C. $5.65; golden C. $5.55; fruit sugar,
S6.25; advance over sack basis as follows:
barrels, 10c; half-barrels, 25c; boxes. 60c per
100 pounds. (Terms: On remittance within
15 days, deduct o per pound; If later than 15
days, and within 30 days, deduct c per
pound; no discount after 30 days.) Beet sugar
granulated, $6.05 per 100 pounds; maple sugar.
15616c per pound.
t SALT California. $9.50 per ton, $1.30 per
bale: Liverpool. 60s, $10.60; lOOe, $1G; 200s.
$15.60: half-ground. 100s. $5.25: 60s. $5.76.
NUTS "Walnuts, 15c per pound by sack, la
tra for less than eack; Brazil nuts, 15c; Al
berts, 15c; pecans. Jumbos. 15c; extra large.
14c; almonds. I. X. L., I516c; no plus ul
tras, 15c; nonpareils, 13c; chestnuts, Italians,
15c: Ohio. $4.60 per 25-pound drum; peanuts,
raw. 8c per pound; roasted. 9010c; plnenuts,
1012c; hickory nuts. 7c; cocoanuts, 65090c
BEANS Small white. 3c; large white, 3c;
pink. 4c; bayou. 3c; Lima, 4c
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1004 crop, 2327c per pound.
WOOL Valley, 19020c per pound; Eastern
Oregon. lO01c; mohair, 50c per pound for
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pounds and up,
1515c per pound; dry kip. No. 1, 5 to 10
pounds. 12o; dry calf, Nc 1, under 6 pounds.
16c; dry, salted bulls and stags, one-third
less than dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound.
GO pounds and over. 808c; 60 to 60 pounds,
78c; under 60 pounds and cows, 6S7c;
stags and bulls, sound, 404c; kip, sound,
15 to 20 pounds, 7c; under, 10 pounds, 8c;
green (unsalted). lc per pound less; culls, lc
per pound; horse hides, salted, $1.S642 each;
dry. $101.50 each; colts hides. 25060c each;
goatskins, common. 1015o each; Angora, with
wool on, 2Sc0$l.
TALLOW Prime, per jjeua. 4er Ne. 1
and grease, 23c
Meats ami PrevisteBs.
BEEF Dressed. 406c per pound.
MUTTON Dressed. 45c per pound; lambs.
6c per pound.
VEAL Dressed. 100 to 125, 637c per pound:
125 to 200. 506c; 200 and up, 404c
PORK Dressed, 100 to 150, 87o per
pound; 150 and up. 6$7c
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds. 14cper pound r 14
vo 16 pounds, 14c; 18 to 20 pounds, 14c; Cali
fornia (picnic). 11c; cottage l:ams, sone;
shoulders, none; boiled ham, 21c; boiled picnic
bam, boneless, 14c
BACON Fancy breakfast. ISc per pound;
standard breakfast, 17c; choice, lie; English
breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 14c
SAUSAGE Portland ham. 13e per pound;
minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry, 17c;
bologna. " long, 6c; welnerwurat, 8c; liver.
5c; pork, 10c; blood, 5c; headcheese, 6c;
bologna sausage, link, 6c
DRT SALTED MEATS Regular short clears.
10c salt; llc smoked; clear backs. 10c salt,'
11c smoked: Oregon export, 20 to 25 pounds,
average. 10c salt, llc smoked; Union butts,
10 to 18 pounds, average, 8c salt. 9c smoked.
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs' feet,
barrels, $5; -barwls, $2.75; 16-pound kit.
$L25; pickled tripe, -barreis, $5; -barrels.
$2.75; 15-pound kit. $1.25; pickled plrs
tongues, -barrels, $5; -barrels, $2.75; 15.
pound kit, $1.25; pickled lambs' tongues, -barrels,
$8.25; -barrels, $4.75; 15-pound kits.
" LARD Kettle-rendered: Tierces, 9c; tuba.
0o; 60. 9c; 20s. 10c;. 10s. 10c; 5s, 10c
Standard pure: Tierces, 8c: tubs. 0o; 60i,
Bc; 20s, 9c; 10s, 6c; 5s, 9c Compound:
Tierces. 6c; tubs. 6c; 60s. 6c.
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 24c; Iron
barrels, 18c; 86 degrees gasoline, cases, 82c;
iron barrels or drums, 26c
COAL OIL Cases, 21c: iron barrels, 16c;
wood barrels, none; 63 degrees, cases, 22c;
barrels. 18c Washington State teat burning
oils, except headlight, o per gallon higher.
LINSEED OIL Raw: Barrels, 68c; cases,
63c Boiled: Barrels. 60c; cases, 65c One
cent lees in 250-gallon lots.
TURPENTINE Cases, 85c; barrels, 81c
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, 7c; 600-pound
7c; lees than 500-pound lots. 8c
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 105 sheep. The following prices
were quoted at the yards:
CATTLE Best steers, $3; medium, $2.75;
HOGS Best large, fat hogs, $5.5000; me
dium large hogs, $5.
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley.
Prices Current at Chicago, Omaha and
CHICAGO, Sept. 24. Cattle Receipts 1000.
Market steady. Good to prime steers; $5.45
06.40; poor to medium, $305.40; stockers
and feeders, $204.00; cows, $1,600)4.50;
heifers, $20)4.75; canners, $1LS0 bulls.
$1,7504.00; calves, $306.60; Texas fed
steers. $3.5505.75; "Western steers, $3,250
Hogs Receipts today 8000; estimate for
Monday 25,000. Mixed and butchers, $5.50
6.20; good to choice heavy, $5.9506.20;
rough heavy, $5.5O0f5.75; light, $5.8006.15;
bulk of sales, $5.8006.00.
Sheep Receipts 4000. Market steady. Good
to choice? wethers, $3.6004.25; fair to choice
mixed. $308,60; "Western sheep, $2.5004.15:
native lambs, $3,500-0.00; Western lambs,
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept 24. Cattle Re
ceipts 200. Market steady.' Native steers,
$406.00? cows and- heifers, $2.8008.75;
Western steers, $304.75; Texas steers, $2.75
03.65: cows and heifers, $2.2503.30; can
ners, $1.7502.15; stockers and feeders, $2.50
04.00; calves, $3 05.50; bulls, stags,- etc,
RogB Receipts 4200. Market strong, to 6c
higher. Heavy, $5.65 0 5.75; mixed. $5,700
5.80; light, $5.8005.92 1 pigs. $4.7505.60;
bulk of sales, $5.7005.85.
Sheep Receipts 800. Market unchanged.
"Westerns, $3.6003.90; wethers, $3.00 03.75;
ewes, $3.4003.50; common and stookers,
$2.60 03.70; lambs. $406.10.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 24. Cattle Receipts
100. Market steady, unchanged. Native
steers, $3.75 06.00; stockers and feeders,
$2.25 0 4.00; Western steers, $304.23; "West
ern cows, $1.5003.25.
Hogs Receipts 2000. .Market steady. Bulk
of sales, $5.8005.90; heavy, $5.80 0 5.90;
packers, $5.8005.95; pigs and lights, ,$5,700
Sheep Receipts 2000. Market steady.
Muttons, $303.80; lambs, $405.10; range,
wethers, $3.2603.80; ewes. $2.7503,30.
CALIFORNIA CURED FRUIT.
Most of Principal Lines Out of First
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. (Special.)
Most of the principal lines of cured fruits are
practically out of first hands and offerings by
dealers are small. Peaches aro scarce and firm
at top quotations. Pears are about cleaned up
and aVricots are In small supply at steady
rates. Apples are rather easier. Figs are
weak and declining Larger sizes of prunes
have lately developed a little strength. Other
sizes are weak and low. Old raisins are mov
ing out at steady prices. Eome new seeded
have been sold, but packers are not anxious
to do much business until the old are out of
the way. Raisin and prunegrowers had ample
warning of prevailing rains and not much
damage was done.
The storm restricted . trade in all the local
markets today. Wheat speculation was tame
considering Chicago's strength, and Decombcr
closed with a small net loss. Spot wheat was
firm. Barley was stronger for spot and fu
tures. Oats were stead. Receipts of hay
were very heavy and the market weak.
The fruit market was dull. Owing to the
destruction of moat .of the crop in the north
ern half of the state, grapes are expected to
sell higher next week.
The prolongation of the storm Is causing
firmness in potatoes and onions. Tomatoes are
advancing, as the remainder of the crop- is
practically wiped out.
Hops are firm.
Dairy products are quiet ' but steady. Re
ceipts, 26.000 pounds of butter, 2000 pounds of
cheese and 19,000 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 3fcff60c; garlic
404c; peas, l3c; string beans, 204c; to
matoes, 25060c; okra, 30040c; egg plant, 30
POULTRY Turkey gobblers, 14016a; turkey
hens, 15016c; roosters, old, $404.60; do young,
$5.5006; broilers, small, $2.5003; do large.
$303.60; fryers, $404.50; hens, $406; ducks,
old. $404.50; do young, $4.6005.50.
BUTTER Fancy creamery, 29c; creamery
seconds, 24c; fancy dairy. 23c; dairy seconds, -20c.
CHEESE Toung America. 10011c; Eastern,
EGGS Store. 2502Sc; fancy ranch, 40c.
"WOOL Lambs', 14fil6c.
HOPS 1004. 2502SC.
MILLFEED Bran. $19.60020.60; middlings,
HAY Wheat. $10013; wheat and oats, $90
11; barley, $709; alfalfa, $9011; straw, 400
FRUIT Apples, choice, $1.60; do common,
40c; bananas. 75c0$S; Mexican limes, $404.50;
California lemons, choice, $3; docommon, $1;
oranges, navels, $203.25; pineapples, $304.
POTATOES River Burbanks. 60075c; Sa
linas Burbanks, OOc0$1.35; sweets, $1.1001.25.
RECEIPTS Flour. 2200 quarter sacks;
wheat, 9600 centals; barley, 467 centals; oats,
Oregon, 3700 centals; corn, 2350 centals; pota
toes, 435 sacks; bran, 30 sacks; middlings,
1500 sacks; hay, 132 tons; wool, 951 bales.
Imports and Exports.
NEW TORK, Sept. 24. Total imports of dry
goods and general merchandise at the port of
New Tork for the week ending today were
valued at $11,972,418. Exports of specie were
$4600 gold and $446,056 silver. Imports of
specie were $29,019 silver and $23,000 gold.
London Wool Auction.
LONDON, Sept. 24. Tho offerings at the
wool auction today amounted to 11,570 bale?,
Thore was a good attendance. Competition
was fair. Americana purchased moderate sup
piles of superior merinos and fine crossbreds
at full rates.
Advance in Petroleum.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 24. The Standard Oil
Company, today advanced the price of all
grades of petroleum except raglands
Downing, Hopkitisr& Co.
WHEAT AMD STOCK -BROKERS
STRONG ON WAR TALK
INTERN ATIONALSITUATION USED
TO BOOST WHEAT PRICES.
Bulge In the Chicago Market, but
Most of the Gain Is Lost on
Covering by Shorts.
CHICAGO. Sept. 21. Failure of foreign grain
markets to reSDond to the aharr ndrsTiM ir
yesterday caused considerable liquidation, in
me nijcav yii uac nocu uuuiug Degan. sen
timent was quite weak. Initial quotations on
December were oft 5s0c to 101o at
$1.12 to $1.13. May was a shade higher to
0c lower at $1.13 to $1.14. Shorts took
advantage of the break and covered freely,
bringing up prices to last night's closing fig
ures, December selling up to $1.1334 and May
to $1.14. The advance -was not held, however,
renewed profit-taking causing a moderate re
action. In addition there was eome selling on
a denial of the rumor that the French gov
ernment contemplated reducing tho import duty
on wheat. A report of a Canadian Pacific of
ficial also had a depressing Influence. Ac
cording to that official the crop damage
stories regarding the situation in the Canadian
Northwest were grossly exaggerated.
Toward the latter parti of the session, senti
ment suddenly veered to tho bull side. An un
confirmed rumor of possible complications in
the war situation Involving Great Britain and
Russia caused active covering by shorts. Dur
ing tho last half hour, most of the gain was
lost, renewed profit-taking causing a decline of
over c. Tha close, however, was firm, with
December o higher at $1.1401.14. Final
quotations on May were o up at $L16
Corn was weak early, but became decidedly
strong late In the day on a bullish report of
a well-known crop expert making a still fur
ther reduction in the total yield. December
closed lie higher at 51051c
Oats followed corn. December closed at
31c. a gain of "c
The feature of trading in provisions was In
the changing from October to January prod
ucts. Small reoelpts of hogs and higher prices
at the yards had a strengthening influence.
At the close. January pork was up lO012c
and lard and ribs each up 7c
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. . High.
. 1.11 1.12
. 1.12 1.14
. 1.13 1.16
Sept. (old) ,
'December . ,
May . . .
December . . . .
October 11.40 11.45
January 13.20 13.25
.. 7.32 7.37
.. 7.60 7.62
.. 6.82 6.87
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Firm: Winter oatents.
straights, $4.955.20; Spring patents, $5.406;
"Wheat No. 2 Spring, $1.181.25; No. 3, $1.05
61.16; No. 2 red, $1.131.15.
Corn No. 2, 5252c; No, 2 yellow, 64
Oats N Oats-No. 2, 30c; No. 2 white,
3232c; No. 3 white, 30c.
Rye No. 2, 76c. '
Barley God feeding, S637c; fair to choice
Flaxseed-No. 1, $1.09; No. 1 Northwestern,
Mess pork Per barrel, $11.6511.60.
Lard Per 100 pounds, $7.22.
Short ribs sides Loose, S7.627.75.
Short clear sides Boxed, $8.508.75.
Clover Contract grade, $12.25.
Flour, barrels . 29.500
Wheat, bushels ...... 146.000
Corn, bushels 308.800
Oats, bushels 266,000
Rye bushels 40,000
Barley, bushels .. 105,200
Grain and Produce at New Tork.
NEW TORK, Sept. 24. Flour-Receipts,
19.400 barrels; exports, 8600 barrels; sales,
1200 packages. Market dull and unsettled.
Winter patents, $5.25Q6.60; "Winter straights,
f5.10$.35; Minnesota patents. $6.60; Win
ter extras. $3.454.10; Minnesota bakers, $4:50
i.S0; Winter low grades, $3.2&S3.90.
Wheat Receipts, 17,000 bushels; eales, 3,
200,000 bushels futures; spot, Bteady; No. 2
red, $1.76. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 Northern
Duluth. $1.2D. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard
Manitoba, nominal, f. o. b. afloat. Options
opened off under foreign selling, poor cables
and favorable weather. A decided upturn In
December was followed by subsequent declines
under last night, due to bear pressure. Tho
market finally rallied with corn, however, and
closed c net higher. Sales Included No. 2
red. May closed $1.15. September closed
$1.16, December closed $1.16.
Hops Firm. Stato, common to choice 1004,
2936c; 1003, 2735c; olds, 14(g18c; Pacific
Coast, 1904 crop, 27C2c; 1903, 26S'31c; olds.
Hides Steady. Galveston, 2025 pounds,
17c; California. 21625 pounds. 19c; Texas
dry, 244r30. pounds. 14c
Wool Steady. Domestic fleece, 3235c.
Groin nt San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. Wheat, steady;
Spot quotations Wheat: Shipping, $1.45
1.47; mining, $1.50L62. Barley: Feed,
$1.081.11; brewing, $1.15gl.l7. Oats-.
Red. $1.421.47; white. $1.301.65.
Call-board sales Wheat. December, $1.52;
barley, December, $1.12; corn, large yellow,
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, Sept. -24. Wheat cargoes on
passage, buyers Indifferent; English country
markets, steady; Imports wheat Into United
Kingdom, 356,000 quarters; flour, 226,000 bar
rels. LrVERPOOL. Sept. 24. Wheat Firm. No.
1 standard California, no stock; wheat In
Paris,, steady; flour in Paris, steadj-; French
country markets, steady. Weather in England,
Northwestern Grain Markets.
COLFAX. "Wash.. Sept. 24. (Special.)
Wheat Bluestem, 76c; club and red, -71c
Market strong. Heavy sales.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 24. Wheat Un
changed. Bluestem, 87c; club, 81c
SALEM, Or., Sept. 24. (Special.) Wheat Is
quoted .at 80c in Salem, with fetr sales.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW TORK. Sept. 24. Coffee futures closed
unchanged. Sales were 23.750 bags, includ
ing: September, 6.S56.90s; October, 6.90c;
November, 6.95c; December. 7.05c; January,
7.15c; March. 7.307.35c; May, 7.50&7.63c;
July, 7.707.75c Spot Rio, steady; No. 7 in
voice, 8c; mild, firm; Cordova, 10S13c.
Sugar Raw, firm. Fair refining, 3c; cen
trifugal, 96 test, 4 5-16c; molasses sugar, 3c
Refined, quiet; crushed, $5.95; powdered, $5.35;
Dried Fruit at New Tork.
NEW TORK, Sept. 24. The market for evap
orated apples Is quiet and unchanged, - the tone
being rather easy in sympathy with futures,
which ore freely offered. Common are quoted
at 40c; prime, 5g5c; choice, 56c.
Prunes seem to be attracting a little better
buying movement at tho moment and rule a
little steadier at 6c according to grade.'
Apricots are In light demand, but prices are
Cbtmbtr .of .Cornmttcd
maintained. Choice are quoted at 910c;
extra choice, 1010c; fancy. ll13c
Peaches are quiet and firm. Choice are held
at 8⪼ extra choice, 8tT9c, and fancy
NEW TORK. Sept. 24. The usual Saturday
dullness ruled in all the metal markets today.
with, prices holding about steady at yester
day basis. Tin, spot was unchanged at Fri
day's advance, 27.65g2Sc Copper, lake,
12.7613c; electrolytic. 12.7512.ST; casting,
12.60012. 62c. Spelter, 5.105.20c Lead,
4 .20-24. 30c. Iron, quiet and nominally un
changed. Dairy Produce in the East.
NEW TORK. Sept. 24. Butter Strong.
Street prices, extra creamery, 2020c; of
ficial prices, creamery, common to extra, 13Q
20c; state dairy, common to extra, 1317c
Cheese and eggs, unchanged.
CHICAGO, Sept. 24. On the produce ex
change today the butter market was steady.
Creameries, 1418o; dairies, 1317c.
Eggs Steady at mark, caees including, 149
17c; firsts, 18c; prime firsts, 20c; extras, 20c
Cheese Steady, 869c
New Tork Cotton Market.
NEW TORK. Sept. 24. Cotton futures
closed quiet and slightly lower. September,
10.73c; October. 10.67c; November. 10.70c; De
cember. 10.75c; January, 10.76c; February,
10.80; March, 10.85c; April, 10.87c; May.
10.89c Spot cotton closed quiet. Middling
uplands. 11.20c; middling Gulf. 11.45c Sales,
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 24. Steady. Territory and
"Western mediums, 2122c; fine modlum, 17
18c; fine, 1516c
Decrease Car Service.
The Portland Railway Company "will de
crease the car service on the Twenty-thlrd-atreet
lino commencing- on the first
of next week. At the present time there
ia a six-minute service on that line, but
this will be lengthened to eight minutes.
The change is made on account of the
completion of the Portland Heights loop
and the Northrup-street line, which both
carry to Upper "Washington street This
relieves the strain on the Twenty-third-street
line and it will not be necessary to
maintain the present service except during
the rush hours between 5 and 7 o'clock In
. Cleared on Complicity Charge.
COQUJXLE, Or., Sept. 24. The case of
Phoebe Steele, charged with murder in
the second decree for alletred comrjlicitv
in the killing of her baby, went to the'
Jury Tuesday, and about 9 P. M. a verdict
of acquittal was rendered.
Earle Steele, under life senctence, is
on his way to the state prison at Salem
this morning In charge of the officers.
Before his departure ha was allowed by
Sheriff Gallier to have a private inter
view with his wife, which Is said to have
been quite affecting.
Major Adams Is Injured.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 24. Major
Thomas R. Adams, of the Artillery Corps,
United States Army, and Assistant Inspector-General
of the division of the De
partment of the Pacific, was struck by &
Powell-street car tonight and fatally in
jured. He was carried to the Central
Emergency Hospital, where it was ascer
tained that he had sustained a fracture
of the skull. The attending physicians
believe he cannot recover.
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Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
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Leavee. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Daily. For Maygers. Rainier, Dally.
Clifton, Astoria, War-
6:00 A. M. renton. Flavel, Ham- 11:10 A. M.
mond. Fort Steveno,
Gearbart Park, Sea
side, Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
7:00 P. M. Astoria Express. 8:40 P. M.
C A- STEWART, J. C. MAYO,
Comm'l Agt., 243 Alder st. G. F. & P. A.
Phone Main 906.
City Ticket Office, 122 3d st. Phone 6S0.
2 OVERLAND TRAINS DAILY O
The Flyer and tho Fast Mall.
For Tickets, Rates, Folders and full In
formation, call on or address
IL DICKSON, City Passenger and Ticket
Agt., 122 Third street, Portland, Or.
S. S. KANAGAWA MARU
For Japan. China and all Asiatic Porta, -will
Leavo Seattle about Nov, 1,