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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1901)
TT"R MOttNING OKEGONTAN, FRIDAY. -APRIL' 26, 1901.
Wholesale business was dull yesterday.
Owing to Increased receipts of mutton,
prices 3iave declined. Beef has advanced
and veal is lower. Pork and cured meats
Potatoes again have advanced, and now
reached quotations varying between 75c
and $L The country Is thought to be
pretty thoroughly cleaned up of its sur
plus, but farmers 3seej sending in sup
plies and receipts are large. All stocks
are bought promptly for the San Fran
cisco market. The next steamer from
Portland will take a larger shipment than
Eggs were firmer yesterday, a few sales
over 14c being reported, but that figure
ruled. The -surplus of the market keeps
going into storage. Butter was some
what Improved yesterday. Low prices
3iave greatly increased consumption. Poul
try Teceipts have not been so large this
"week as last, but as demand has not
picked up, prices have not stiffened.
"California vegetables will be on hand
this morning in usual supply, and at cur
rent prices. Oregon asparagus is taking
away the market from the California
product. Domestic rhubarb is -plentiful
and sells at 2& and 3 cents. Hothouse
lettuce Is now coming in very freely. Cal
ifornia strawberries have ready sale.
Supply of bananas will be on hand this
Oregon first-grade onions are just about
consumed, and the market will be sup
plied by Australian, which arrived by
last steamer from San Francisco.
Portland $316,188 $54,093
Tacoma . 201.0GG 40,049
Seattle . 570.830 59.01:
Spokane 128,048 10,000
Grain. Flour. Etc
The wheat market was still showing
signs of strength yesterday, and the East
closed with a decided gain. The foreign
market is not following the strength on
this side as closely as it might, but is im
proving somewhat. In the local market
there is not much wheat selling, even at
iigh prices. There was a fairly good
movement early in the week, but since the
prices continued to Improve In the East,
holders have tightened Tip again. Walla
"Walla is quoted as high as 59 and 59
cents, which is probably a shade more
than Its export value on present freight
Tales. It is reported that 37s 6d was paid
lor a ship yesterday, and if the rate is
lield at that figure, the wheat market
.must improve abroad, or decline locally.
Wheat Walla Walla, 5959c; blue
fitem, 61c; Valley, nominal.
Fljur Best grades. $2 7u(3 40; per bar
rel: graham $2 60.
Oats White. ?1 301 35; gray, $125
1 30 per cental.
Barley Feed, $1717 25; brewing, $17
J7 25 per ton.
milstuffs Bran. $1C per ton: middlings,
$21 50: shorts. 517 50: chop. $16.
'Hay Timothy, $12 5014; clover. $79 50;
Oregon wild hay. $67 per ten.
Groceries. Nats, Etc
Coffee Mocha, 232Sc; Java. fp.r.cy, 260
S2c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, ordinary.
lS20c; Costa Rica, fancy, lS20c; Costa
Kica, good, 1618c; Costa Rica, ordinary.
1012c per pound; Columbia roast, $12 25;
.Arbuckle's $11 75; Lion, $11 75 per case.
Rice Island, 6c; Japan, 5c; New Orle
ans, 45c; fancy head. $7ft7 50 aer sack.
Sugar Cube, $6 35; crushed, $6 60; pow
dered, $5 95; dry granulated, $5 75; extra
C, $5 75; golden C. $5 25 net, half barrels
fcc more than barrels; sack,, 10c per 10fi
less than barrels: maple, 1516c per pound.
Salmon Columbia River, one-pound
tails, $1 BOS'2: two-pound tails. $2 25(250;
iancy one-pound fiats. $22 25; -pound
"iancy flats, $1 lOSfl 30: Alaska talis, $Hff
125; two-pound tails. $1 90ST2 25. '
Beans Small white. Ffcc; targe" white.
6c; bayo, 3&c; Lima, 7c; pink, 2c; red
Mexican, 44c per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta. $6 50Q6 75 per 100
Coal oil Cases, 19Vc per gallon; bar
rels. 15c: tanks, 1340.
Stock salt 50s, $14 75; 100s, $14 25; granu
lated. 50s. $20 00; Liverpool, 50s. $21 00; 100s.
520 50; 200s. $20.
iCuts Peanuts, 67c per pound for
raw, 9c for roasted: cocoanuts. 90c per
dozen; walnuts. lOlgllc per pound; pln
nuts, 15c; hickory nuts. 7c: chestnuts, 15c;
Brazil, He: filberts, 15c; Taney pecans, 12
14c; almonds. 1517&c per pound.
VeBetablen, Fruits, Etc
Vegetables Onions, $2 353 50; cabbage,
$1 401 50 per cental; potatoes. 75c$l per
sack; sweet potatoes, $1 75 per 100 pounds;
new potatoes, 22jic per pound; celery,
S090c per dozen; California tomatoes,
$1 75Ctf2 25 per box; asparagus, $1 351 50
per box; rhubarb, 2&3c per pound; let
tuce, $1 50 per crate.
Fruit Lemons, choice. $2; fancy. S2 50
2 75; oranges. $1 75(J?2 50 for navei. $1 50
1 75 for seedlings, per box; p!neapple&.
$44 50 per dozen; bananas, 52 25fc3 per
bunch: Persian dates. 0c per pound: ap
ples, $1 5062 50; strawberries, 15c per box.
Dried truit App.es, evaporated a&tic
per pound; sun-dried, sacks or boxes,
StQic; pears. S9c: prune.. Italian. 57c;
silver, extra choice. 57c; flgs. California
blacks, 5c; figs, Calllornia white. 57c;
plums, pltless. white. 78c per pound.
Butter. Ecsrs. Poultry. Etc
Butter Fancy creamery. 1517Jc; dairy,
22fcg)14c; stored ltfHc pjer pound.
Eggs Oregon ranch, lle'per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3 504; hens,
$44 50; dressed. ll12c per pound
Springs, $3(5 per dozen; ducks. $5 00(a6 00;
geese. $C7 ter dozen; turkeys, live, log
12c; dressed, 13 15c per pound.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 1313c;
Tounc America. 13H:14c per pound.
Meat and Provisions.
Mutton Lambs, 4c per pound gross;
dressed, Sg.l0c per pound; best sheep
wethers, gross, with wool, $3 503 75;
sheared, $3 003 50; dressed, 7c per pound.
Hogs Gross, heavy, $5 756; light, $4 75
; dressed, 77&c per pound.
Veal Small, S&c; large, 67c per
Provisions Portland pack (Shield
Brand) hams, 13c; picnic, 9c per pound,
breakf&fet bacon, 15(gI6iAc per pouttd; ba
con, 12c per pound; backs, Uc; dry
salted sides, llc; dried beef, setts, 15c;
knuckles, 17c; lard, 5s, 12c; 10s, 1116c; 50s,
ll&c; tierces, ll4c; Eastern pack (Ham
monds), hams, large. 1251c; medium. 13c;
small, 13isc, picnic, 10c; shoulders, 10c.
breakfast bacon, 1416c; dry salted sides.
10ig12c; bacon sides, ll?i13c: backs!
IT&c; butts, Uc; lard, pure leaf, kettle
rendered, 5s, 1214c; 10s, 12c; dry salt bel
ljes. Il(ijl3c; bacon bellies, 12&14c;
dried beef, 154c.
Beef Gross, top steers. $5$5 25; cows
and heifers, $1 504 75; dressed beef, 8c
Hops, Wool, Hides, .Etc.
Hops 1214c per pound.
Wool Valley. 12fc13c; Eastern Ore
gon, 912c; mohair, 2021c per pound.
Sheepskins Shearlings. 15&20c; short
wool, 2535c; medium-wool. 3050c; long
wool, 60c(g$l each.
Tallow 3c; No. 2 and grease, 224c per
Hides Dry hides. No. L 16 nounds and
upward 1415c; dry kip. No. L 5 to 16
pounds, 1415c per pound; dry calf. No. L
sound steers, 60 pounds and over, 7Sc;
do, 50 to 60 pounds, 7g7c- do, under 50
pounds, 657c, kip. 10 to 30 pounds 6
7c; do veal, 10 to 14 pounds. 7c; do calf,
under 10 pounds. 7Sc: green tunsalted).
lc per pound jess; culu, fbulls sags,
moth-eaten, badly cut, scored, halr
sllpped, weather-beaten or grubby), one
Pelts Bearskins, each, as to size. $5
20; cubs. each. $25: badger, each. 1040c;
wildcat, 2575c; bouse cat, 520c4 fox,
common gray, 3050c: do rea. $1 502;
do cross, $515; lynx, $2533; mink. 50c51 25;
marten, dark Northern, $612; do pale
pine, $1 502; muskrat, 510c; skunk, 25
25c: otter (land). J57; panther, with head
and claws perfect, 235: raccoon. 30-35c;
wolf, mountain, with head perfect. $3 50g
5: nralrle wolf or covote. 60T"5c: wolver-
I Ine. 547; beaver, per skin, larce. 556; do
medium, per skin, ?37: do small, per
skin, $12; do kits, per skin, 50075c.
XEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Speculation Was .Improved, But
Price Were Erratic
NEW YORK, April 25. Speculative
sentiment showed a decldedimprovement
today over that which prevailed yester
day, although the movement " of prices
continued very Irregular and at times
erratic. The heavy speculative liquida
tion which was accomplished yesterday
and other days of the week, relieving
the over-congested condition of the spec
ulative holdings, doubtless had a great
deal to do with the better tone of the
There were further developments of
strength today as a supplement to the
Union Pacific movement and the strength
of the market was more generally dif
fused than at any time this week. The
manner in which the market received the
formal announcement of the terms of
the Burlington merger had an encourag
ing effect on sentiment There was little
in Burlington itself, which moved nar
rowly by comparison vlth other stocks,
but was very firm al day. Considering
the long continued and large advance
which the stock has had since this trans
action first began to be discussed and
Its widespread Influence In causing other
advances In practically the whole market,
the firmness of the stock at the highest
level In Its history was surprising.
One of the favorite maxims with Wall
street traders Is to sell on good news.
Burlington's quiet firmness on the con
firmation of Its good news argued small
holdings of a purely speculative char
acter awaiting realization. The senti
mental effect was very marked, owing
to the warnings which have been coming
from Influential commission houses for
some time past that over-speculation
threatened the stability of the position
In the stock market. For the first time
this week the bears refrained from their
final attack on the market and there was
not the flood of realizing orders which
has been a feature of the last hour of
each day this week.
The most conspicuous movements of
the day were distinctly the outgrowth
of the current conviction that the per
fecting of the Burlington deal will be fol
lowed by similar arrangements on the
part of the other railway systems as an
offset. Stock market gossip attributed
the large buying of Atchison to a design
on the part of the Pennsylvania to con
trol a Pacific outlet. Baltimore & Ohio,
as a Subsidiary company, was even moro
acutely affected than Pennsylvania. The
rise in Atchison extended, to 44 in the
preferred to 3 In Baltimore &. Ohio, 5
In Pennsylvania to 24. The advance In
Northern Pacific was resumed after a
lengthy period of comparative quiet, ap
parently on the theory that It was en
titled to rise with Union Pacific, Union
Pacific itself was at one time 2?4 over
last night and twice receded below. last
night, closing with a net gain of only a
fraction. The strength of Southern Pa
cific was due to the supposition that It
will share in any advantages which ac
crue to Union Pacific. The official de
nials which were given out of many tu
mors of yesterday and today were with
out the slightest effect on the market.
Special strength was shown by the
Chicago Terminal Transfer and Colorado
Fuel stocks at advances of 3 to 5",
without news to explain it. Smelting
broke 44 on the announcement of another
Injunction against "the stock Issue pro
posed to take up the Guggenheim In
terests. The "stock rallied 2. ' The ease
of call money precluded any anxiety over
the money market.
The large 'buying of Union Pacific1 con
vertible bonds continued and the market
generally was strong. Total sales, par
United States refunding 2s declined
and the 3s registered " per cent on the
U. S. 2s. ret. res.l0GiK. T. Cent. lsts...l07J
do coupon ....'..lOOJs.Northern Pac 3a.. 72'
do 3s, res 110&I do 4s lOifci
do coupon IHV4 OregoaiNav. Ists..ll0
do new 4b. re..13Sii do 4s 104!4
do coupon 13QK- Ore. Short Line Cs.l28fci
do old 4s. regr..,11354( do con. 5s 110
do coupon 113H,R!o Gr. TV. I&t8...101
do 5s. reg 110 tt. Paul consols... 103
do coupon lllift. P. C. & P. Istsll84
DiBt. Col. 3-C5s.125'A do 5s 120V4
4.tchlson adj. 4s... OSVi'L'nlon Pacific 4s. ..105
2. & N.TW con. 7142 U'Is. Cent. lsts.... 89
do S. P. deb. 5s?124 lU'est Shore 4s 114Vj
D. & R. G. 4s 102Vi' Southern Pac. 4b.. 04
Gen. Electric 5s..lS.r.Vfci
The total sales of stocks today were 2,0S3,S0O
shares. The closing quotations were:
do pfd 08
Bait. & Ohio 101
Wabash pfd 40
Wheel. & L. E.... lh
do 2d pfd 34&
Wis. Central 22U
do pld 91
jan. I'acinc .
05! . C. C. & St. L... 09
Can. Southern ... 74
TMrd Avenue 125
unes. & unio 4i-;i
Chi. Gr. Western. 24
C, B. & Q 19b4
United States 89&
Amer. Cotton Oil.. 27?i
do pfd 80
Amer. Malting ... 5
do pfd '24V,
cm., lnd. & L.... 3U
do pfd 71
Chi. & East. III.. 1291
Chicago & X. TV..20jV4
C, R. I. & Pac..l55
C C, C. & St. X.. S4
do'lit pfd 50a;
Amer. Smelt. & R. COM;
do 2d pfd 22'K
ao pia 87
Del. & Hudson.... 177 I
Amer. Spirits 2V,
uei., lacjc. 6c w..iii ao pia 17
Denver & Rio Gr. 44iAmer. Steel Hoop. 4G&
ao pia ua 1 ao pia U3
Amer. Steel & TV. 47H
do 1st pfd C9
Great North. pfd.lS2,i1
Hocking Coal .... IS
ao pia 110-;t
Amer. Tin Plate... 70
do pfd 117
Amer. Tobacco ...12(5
do pfd 144
Anaconda M. Co.. 49
Brookljn R. T 85
Colo. Fuel & Iron. 98
Cont. Tobacco 44
Hocking Valley .. 51
Illinois Central ..141
Iowa Central 30&
do pfd 59
Lake Erie & W... 64V4
do ufd 125
Lake Shore 230
uo pia ..........104
Louis. & Nash 105 IFederal Steel 53
Manhattan El ..r.128 I do pfd 103
Met. St. Ry 172 Gen. Electric 221
Mex. Central 22 Glucose Sugar 51
Minn. & St. Louis 83l do pfd 97 "
do pfd 112 lint. Paper 25
Missouri Pacific 107 do pfd ,. 70
Mobile & Ohio.... 81,La Clede Gas 84
M.. K. & T 31JiNtttlonal Biscuit .. 40
do nfd -G374I do .nfd on
neff jersey eni..i; srtuiionai iieaa
New York Cent. ..152
Norfolk & Wst... 53H
do pfd 80
Northern Pacific. .105
ao pra 85
National Steel 50
do pfd us'
N. Y. Air Brake.. IfU
North American .. 85
Ontario & West... 34
raclflc Coast CO
do 1st pfd 94
do 2d pfd 07
Pacific Mall an
O. R. & N.
Reading 37jPeoples Gas 115
do 1st pfd 76iPressed Steel Car. 45V.
do 2d pfd 53 I do pfd 83
Rio Gr. Western.. 79 IPullman Pal. Car.209
do pfd 100 fitand. Rope & T.. 4
St. Louis & S. F.. 40 (Sugar 143C.
do 1st pfd 84! do nfd "121"
do id pfd OS iTenn. Coal & Iron. G7
St. Louis S. W.
3i4U. S. Leather 13
C4VJ do pfd 7C
iiSfc u. a. KUbber 20VJ
iw 1 uo iua .
St. Paul & 0 130 IWestern Union
Southern Pacific. 53IAmal. Copper ,
Southern Ry 29 National Tube
do nfd S3 do nfd
Texas & Pacific... 471Rppublic Iron & S. 2(4
Union Pacific 1071 do pfd 77
do pfd 91 1U. S. Steel 40
Wabash 20) do pfd 94
Foreign Financial lYews.
NEW YORK, April .25. The Commercial
Advertiser's Xondon cablegram says:
The stock market here was active and
cheerful today. The chief feature was
the amazing continuance of the strength
and activity of American shares. Union
Pacifies were bought from the start. Lon
don Is beginning to calculate that the in
creased earnings In this road mean a 9 per
cent dividend', distributable on the com
mon stock. Calls for the end of June
at 110 are being bought at $10.
The Atchlsons are also buoyant, and
were helped by a tip that those who have
manipulated the rising In Union Pacifies
were taking up the Atchlsons with a view
to adavnclng them next. London was
doing very well by itself when the open
ing prices were sent over, showing a big
hoist of Union and Southern Pacifiesand
of the Baltimore & Ohio shares, Baltimore
& Ohio common bounding up $4 a share In
fpur minutes. Except for the specialties
the market was fairly quiet, Inclining to
ease In the street after the close.. Men
prominent In the market are shaking their
heads over these special spurts. Money
was tight on 'the amount blocked up for
the new Issue of consols.
IVe-vr Yorlc Stocks.
These quotations are furnished by R.
W. McKInnon & Co., members of the
Chicago Board of Trade:
Anaconda Mining Co...
Amal. Copper Co
Am. Sugar com
Am. Tobacco com ".
Am. Smltpr rnm
Am. Smelter pfd ....!'.
.Baltimore & Ohio com.
Baltimore & .Ohio pfd.
Brook. Rapid Transit..
Chicago & Alton com..
Chicago & Alton pfd..
CnIcago-& G. W. com.
Chi., lnd. & L.. com....
Chi.. lnd. & X.. pfd....
Cm., Burl. & Qulncy..
Chi., Mil. & St. Paul.,
crilcago & N. W. com.
chl., R. I. & Pacific...
New Jersey Central....
Chesapeake & Ohio
Colo. Fuel & Iron com..
Cont. Tobacco com
Cont. Tobacco pfd
Delaware &' Hudson....
Dei.. Lack & Western..
D. & R. G. com
Tr. & R. G. pfd
Erie 2da pfd
Erie lsts pfd
Louisville & Nashville.
Met. Traction Co
Mexican Central Ry..:.
Mobile & Ohio
Mo.. Kan. & Tex. com.
Mo., Kan. & Tex. pfd.
New York Central
Norfolk & Weet. com..
Norfolk & West.- pfd..
Northern Pacific com..
Northern Pacific pfd..
North American new..
N. Y Ont. & Western.
People's G., L. & C. Co.
Pressed S. Car com
Pressed S. Car pfd
Pullman Palace Co
Pacific Mall S. Co
Reading 2ds pfd
Reading lsts pfd
Southern Ry. com
Southern Ry. pfd
St. L. & S. F. com....
St. L. & S. F. 2ds pfd..
St. L. &S. F..lsts pfd..
Texas & Pacific IT
Tenn. Coal & Iron....
Union Pacific com
Union Pacific pfd
V. S. Leather com......
U. S. Leather pfd
U. S. Rubber com
U. S. Rubber" pfd.'..r.:
U. S. 'Steel1 Co: cohi....
U. S. Steel CO. pfd.;..
Wheel: &L. E. com....
-Wheel. & L. E. 2ds....
Wheel. ,& L. E. lsts....
Wis.!. Central com
Wis. Central pfd
Western Union Tel
Wabash pfd .".
xotal sales, 2,077,100 shares.
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK, April 25. Money on call,
steady at 34 per cent; last loans, 3 per
cent; prime mercantile paper, 44'per
cent; sterling exchange, firm, with actual
buslnessln bankers' bills at $4 SS' demand
and at $4 854 85 for 60.' days; posted
rates, $4-S54 S6 -and $4 89; commercial
bills, $4 S44 84.
Mexican dollars 18c.
" Bonds Government, weak; state, weak;
SAN FRANCISCoTAprll 25. Sterling on
London. 60 days, $4 '35; -sight, $4 88.
. JDrafts Sight. 15c; telegriph, 17c.
'- Mexican dollars 19(g"50c
LONDON, April 25. Consols, 94d;
money, 34 per cent.
Stoclc nt London.
LONDON, April 25. Atchison, 72; Ca
nadian Pacific, 96; Union Pacific pre
ferred, '92; Northern Pacific preferred,
101; Grand Trunk, 9; Anaconda, 11;
United States Steel, 47; do preferred, "97.
Dallj- Treasnry Statement.
WASHINGTON, April 25. Today's
Treasury statement shows:
Available cash balance '.$154,131,024,'
Gold reserve 94,399,009
THE GRAIN MARKETS, '
Prices of Cereals at American and
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25. Wheat and
barley, steady; oats, firm.
Wheat-Shipping, No. 1, $l 01; choice,
$1 02; milling. $1 051 07.
Barley Feed, S0S3c; brewing, 85
Oats Black for seed, $1 151 25; red
$1 321 45.
Call Board sales:
Wheat-Steady; May, $1 02; December
$1 07; cash, $1 02. '
Barley Steady; December, EOc.
Corn Large yellow, $1 1501 20.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, April 25.-The market for
wheat was active, strong and the broad
est for weeks. May opened c lower
in sympathy with an easy tone at Liver
pool and because the weather was highly
satisfactory to farmers? L Iberal sales'
were made at the start, but there was a
demand of such breadth that an attempt
was made to get the stuff back. The mar
ket In consequence rallied to 72c, and
later, Influenced by damage reports from
Kansas, where, it was said, fly ravages'
were beginning to be apparent, crowded'
up to 7373c. Realizing sales caused a
reaction to 72c during the afternoon,
but the close was strong, c higher, at
. Oats were fairly strong and Arm, in
sympathy with wheat and corn. May
oats unchanged at the close.
Provisions were quiet, but firm, In sym
pathy with an advance In prides at the
yards. Fluctuations were narrow. Pork
closed 5c higher; lard, 25c up and ribs
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Openlntr. Hlghem. Lowest. Closing
May $0 71 $0 73 $0 71 $0 7254'
July 72il 73 72 73
.... 44 45
.... 20 27
.... 25 25
May 14 37 14 52
July 14 52 14 70
8 22 8 22 8 2Q, 8 20
8 05 8 12 8 05 07
8 07 8 12 8C5 8 07
8 22 8 25 8 22 8 23
7 05 8 02 7 05 8 00
7 00 7 07 7 00 7 03
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 3 Spring, 7172c; No. 2
Corn No. 2, 37c; No. 2 yellow, 47c.
Oats No. 2, 27c; No. 2 white, 28
29c; No. 3 white, 2S29c.
Rye No. 2, 53c.
Barley Good feeding, 45c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1, $1 61.
Short ribs Sirtes. lntme. XR 10??S SO
Shoulders Dry salted, boxed, 67c. J
Sides Short clear, boxed, $8 37f8 50.
Clover Contract grade, $11.
On the Produce Exchange today the
butter market was steady; creameries,
1519c; dairy, ll18c.
Eggs Firm; fresh, 12c.
Flour, barrels 53.000 21.000
Wheat, bushels 121000 203.000,
Corn, bushels 113,000 313,000
Oats, bushels 329,000 524.000
Rye. bushels 11.000 4,000
Barley, bushels 0,000 5,000
Grain in Europe.
LIVERPOOL, April 25. Wheat Spot,
steady; No. 2 red Western Winter, 5s
10d; No. 1 Northern. 6s Id; No. 1 Califor
nia, 6s 2d. Futures Steady; May, 5s lOd;
July, 5s 10d.
Corn Spot, firm; American mixed, new,
4s 6d;.old, 4s 5d. Futures Firm; May,
4s 2d; July, 4s d; September, 4s.
LIVERPOOL; April "25. Wheat and flour
In Paris, quiet; French country markets,
LONDON, April 25. Wheat-Cargoes on
passage, rather easier; cargoes No. 1
standard California, 29s 3d; cargoes Walla
Walla, 29s 6d; English country markets,
generally 6d dearer.
New Yorlc Grain and Produce.
NEW YORK, April 25. Flour Receipts,
19,355 barrels; exports, 4035 barrels; mar
ket, firm and a shade higher.
Wheat Receipts, 13,300 bushels; exports,
195.000 bushels; spot, firm; No. 2 red, 83
f. o. b. afloat; 80c elevator.
Options opened active and strong, re
maining so most of the day on unfavor
able reports from Kansas, Missouri and
California. They finally eased off a lit
tle under realizing and closed steady to
firm at net advance. May closed,
80c; July, 78c; September, 77c.
Chlcngo Grain Gonsip.
' F. G. Logan, Chicago, wires" as follows
to R. W. McKnnon:
Wheat closed 72c. Closed yesterday,
1uc. Liverpool was unchanged; Ant
werp, c higher; Paris, c, higher. The
tone of the market, after an easy opening,
has been strong. The damage to the
German crop has been a factor. There
are reports of unfavorable developments
from the Southwest, but In the main un
accompanied, by details, and rain Is said
to be needed on the Pacific Coast. On
these factors, the market has ruled
strong. King & Co., of Toledo, made
public their replies to some 2000 Inquiries
covering the entire wheat belt, which
shows almost perfect condition every
where, except in Michigan, when three
quarters of a crop Is expected. Rain Is
predicted on the Pacific Coast Ther,e Is
less talk of cash business so far. We do
not ourselves as yet get authentic details
of damage anywhere. In view of the
presence of the Hessian fly last Fall, over
a wide area, we still have them In mind,
and have our wheather eye open for the
appearance of his activity. We think,
however, It Is too early yet for damage
from that cause to make Its appearance.
In the meantime, without the aid of
strength abroad, we see nothing urgent In
the situation. Minneapolis stocks will de
crease for the week about 350,000 bushels.
Primary receipts, 388,000. against 444.000
last year. Shipments, 369,000, against 351,-
000 bushels last year. Estimated cars for
tomorrow, 40. .
CHICAGO CORN PIT.
Phillips Sold nt Leant 2,000,000
Bnshcln Violent Fluctuation.
CHICAGO, April 25. The basic strength
of the corn market, Independent of the
manipulation which has made speculation
In the May delivery a nerve-racking prop
osition, was shown by the yellow cereal
during today's session of the Board of
Trade. Phillips, credited with attempt
ing to run a corner, sold at least- 2,000,000
bushels of May corn, and. In doing so
showed how firm was his hold on the
market. , ,
Allho"ugh fluctuations were violent, the'
close found May at 48c, the price at Which
the bull leader had admitted his willing
ness to sell. Meanwhile he bought as
much July as he had "sold of the nearer
future. The market for May opened c
lower to c higher, at 4748c.
A big elevator house, through Its repre
sentative, offered Phillips 48c for 800,000
bushels of May and got It. Other shorts
in wild alarm tried to" cover, and sell the
market to '49c, the highest price of the
crop for this delivery. In a few minutes.
Phillips sold at the top and all the way
down to 4Sc.
At, this price his realizing stopped. He
left the pit for a time, and this gave rise
to a. rumor that he had made a private
settlement with shorts. Fearing that
the market was about to collapse, scat
tered longs hastened to unload, and May
broke to 47c. Phillips at this point re
entered the pit, and a sharp rally to 4&e
followed. Later the market got back to
47c, but again recovered and the close
was at 48c, c under yesterday. It Is es
timated that the Phillips' line of May
at the close was about 3,000,000. It Is
figured that there will be this amount in
store here May 1, and that it will be de
livered to him. It Is regarded as highly
probable that the last remnant of the
short Interest took Its medicine today.
Today's receipts were 72 cars, the small
est In years. From this the general mar
ket derived nfuch of Its bullishness. July
corn sold at 44c and 45c and closed 4
c higher, at 45c.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25. Wool
Spring Nevada, 4012c; Eastern Oregon,
1013c; Valley Oregon, 1415c. Fall
Mountain lambs, 6Q8c; San Joaquin plains,
G7c; Humboldt and Mendocino, 910c.
Hops Crop of 1900, 1520c
Millstuffs Middlings, $17 5020; bran.
H,y Wheat, $913: wheat and oats. SH-a
12; best barley, $9 50; alfalfa, $7 009 50;
compressed wheal. ?S13 per ton; siraw.
40r47c per bale.
Potatoes River Burbmks, 50S0c; Ore
gon Burbanks, $1 101 30; Early Rose, E5c
$1; sweet, 5OG0c.
Vegetables Green peas, 85c?l; strong
beans, 69c per pound; asparagus, $1 500
1 75 per box.
Citrus fruit Common California lemons,
75c; choice. $2 25; navel oranges, $1 002 25
per box; Mexican limes, $4 50.
Bananas $1 502 75 per bunch.
Pineapples $3 003 50 per dozen.
Green fruits' Apples, choice, $1 50 per
box: common. $1 00 per box.
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 9llc; do
hens, 1213c per pbund; old roosters, $3 50
g)4 00 per dozen; young roosters, $7 OJfpS IX);'
fryers. $5 00&6 00; hens, $4 004 50 per doz
en:, small broilers; $2 002 50; large do,
$4 00 4 50; old ducks, $5 00 6 00; geese,
$1 25&1 50 per pair.
Eggs Store, 13c; ranch, 15c.
- Butter Creamery, 16c; dairy. 15c.
Cheese California, full cream. uc;
Young America, 10c: Eastern, i416c.
Receipts Flour, quarter sacks, 25,100; do
Oregon, 24,000; wheat, centals, 430; barley,
centals, 5S00; beans, sacks, 430; corn, cen
tals, 180; potitoes, sacks, 1600; do Oregon,
1900; bran, sacks, 3300; middlings, sacks,
250; hay, tons, 550; wool, bales, 1700; hides,
CHICAGO, April 25. Cattle Re
ceipts. 9000, Including 1200 Texans.
Steers, steady to strong; butchers'
stock, steady, except canners. Good
to prime steers, $5tg$6; poor to me
dium, $3 904 95; stockers and feeders,
strong to 10c higher, at $2 754 90; cows,
$2 75(3-4 60; heifers, $2 754 85; canners, $2
2 65; bulls, firm, $2 854 45; calves, 1525c
higher, at $45 25; Texas feeders, $4 26
5 40; Texas grassers, $3 754; Texas bulls.
$2 753 90.
Hogs Receipts today, 24,000; tomorrow,
16,000; left over, 3500. Market opened Ir
regular, closed weak; top, $6 12; mixed
and butchers', $5 756 05; good to choice
heavy, $5 856 12; rough heavy, ?5 70
Downing, Hopkins a
M AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
5 SO; light, ?5 706; bulk of sales. $5 90
Sheep Receipts, 2000. Market weak;
lambs, steady for wooled; clipped slow.
Good to choice wethers, $1 604 80; Texas
sheep, yearlings, $4 654 SO; native lambs,
$4 50&5 30; Western lambs, $4 7555 30.
OMAHA, April 25. Cattle Receipts, 3C00;
market, active and steady; native beef
steers, $i 255 40; Western steers, $44 SO;
Texas steers, $3 504 25; cows and heifers,
$3 255 50; canners, $1 75g3 25: stockers
and feeders. $3 50ft4; calves, $45; bulls
and stags, "$2 753 50.
Hogs Receipts,. 10,800; market, stronger;
heavy, $5 775 90; mixed. $5 755 77; light,
$5 705 75; bulk of sales, $5 75(0-5 u.
Sheep Receipts, 2900; market, steady;
fair to choice yearlings, $4 604 90; fair
to choice wethers. $4 254 65: common
and choice sheep, $3 S03 95; lambs, $4 25
KANSAS CITY, April 25 Receipts,
5000; market, slow but steady; Texas
steers, $4 405 10; Texas cows. $2 75tM:
native steers, $4 65fi5 55; native cows and
heifers, $3 255: stockers and feeders, $3 85
5; bulls, $3 405 75.
Hogs Receipts, 13,000: market. 5c higher;
bulk of sales, $o 05 90; heavy, $5 9036;
packers, $5 S05 95; mixed. $5 805 SO;
lights, $5 505 0; yorkers, ?5 4565 75; pigs.
J4 60S5 40.
Sheep Receipts, 900; market, strong;
lambs,. $4 75g5; muttons, $4 1504 80.
NEW YOItK, April 25. The tin market
In London advanced slightly today, on
a little covering, but was not active. The
close was quiet, at 117 17s C-d for spot
and 115 7s 6d, denoting a rise of 12s 6d
over yesterday's close. Locally, a sym
pathetic rfs'e "took" place without stimulat
ing any outside Inquiry, and the market
was quiet ' at $26326 25. There was a
slight reaction in copper- at London, un
der liquidation and a lack of support,
prices falling off 10s to 70 2s 6d for spot
and 70 13s 9d for futures. A steady feel
ing prevails" Jiere, but prices were nom
inally unchanged, at $J7 for Lake Su
perior, artd'l6C5 for casting and elec
trolytic. Trading In lead was very slow, and
prices remain unchanged, $4 37. London
prices were also without change, being
quoted at 12 5s. Spelter r.uled tolerably
steady at yesterday's figures, at $i?l-i 03.
with prices abroad showing a decline of
2s 6d to 17.
Domestic iron markets were quiet and
easy, at $9 50tf?10 50 for pig Iron warrants;
Nprthern foundry, ,$15 25S16 0: Southern
foundry, $11015 50, and soft Southern, $13!')
15 50 J Glasgow warrants, 553 Id, and Mid
dlesboro, 46s 3d.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25 Bar silver
LONDON, April 25. Bar 'silver 27d.
, Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, April 25. Coffee Options
closed steady with prices net 10015 points
higher; sales, C5.0C0 bags. Including May,
$5 05-5 15; July, $5 305 Co; spot Rio, quiet.
No. 7 invoice, 6c; mild, dull; Cordova.
Sugar Raw. firm; fair refining, 4U-16c;
.centrifugal, 96 test, 4 3-16lc; refined,
Cotton at New York.
NEW YORK, April 25. Cotton closed
steady with prices 2 points lower to 5
Lease Project Opposed.
Lakeview Correspondent of Paisley Post.
I am only offering a suggestion, Mr.
Editor, when I say that all the newspa
pers in Erstcrn Oregon should take up
the cudgels against that disaster-following
proposition of leasing the publlq do
main. Secretly and .quietly, and at all
times, are the big cattle syndicates of
the West using every means In'thelr pow
er to ruin this country by having that act
passed by the Congress. Within two years
after that becomes a law and it looks
favorable for It there will not be 5000
sheep In Lake County. And It Is not only
the sheepmen that will suffer, but the
small cattle grower as well. Even such
men as Heryford Bros., John Coughlln,
and others near their standing as cattle
growers will be Injured by this law, for
the big cattle farms of the entire United
States, with their mlllons, will rule the
country as sure as fate. It will practical
ly become a country for a few men "In the
13 Interested and should know
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Mortnon Blnhnm:' Pllln
Church U tneir loiuwcr. t'oiiUK..
of self abuse, dissipation, excesses, or
I CURES WOMAN& IUSI
or uons ipmioni drops (luicjsnoss ai uis- e.iii gnargoi o.upa ntit:
VOU8 Twitching Of Eyelids Jb.fo.ts arc Immedute. KASJ fmpait vigor ana potency to
crm function. Donr pet dciixmd.nt. a. cure is at hand. fSTTOI Kestores small, undeveloped
crjanj. Stimulates tho brain and nenre centers. 50c a box,
cr money refunded, with $ boxes. Circulars free. AddfOSS,
Chamber of Commerce
place of hundreds. There has been a
rumor of the great French-Glenn syn
dicate taking a broad hand In congres
sional matters of late, and they are In
"cahoots" with other millionaire stock
men of the East and West, with plenty of
surplus capital to attempt legislative con
trol and to carry out their evil design. It
would be a death blow to Lake as well ns
all other stock sections of this state to
have the range fall Into the hands of
these few barons. The stock sections of
Eastern Oregon should move quickly In an
appeal to their representatives In Con
gress to save them from this death blow,.
The Lake County Examiner made a good
fight on this question some time ago,
when danger seemed imminent, but that
paper appears to have lost sight of the
matter of late now that the danger seems
nearer than ever, and the enemy Is work
ing secretly. Is It possible that the Ex
aminer pen has been subsidized? I should
dislike to think so. I hope the valiant old
warrior, T. J. Brattaln, of your section,
will again don his armor, and enter the
fray with Gleaner, to put the people on
their guard against this monopoly the
llfe-sapplng barons and landlords with
their millions of backing. God save Lake
County and Eastern Oregon If that project
of leasing the public domain becomes a
"Senator Mitchell" Arrested.
Pendleton East Oregonlan.
The arrest of Senator Mitchell on
Wednesday for larceny of a horse a long
while ago has brought out discussion
and numerous smiles. Judge Ellis, when
told that Senator Mitchell would be up
before him for horse stealing at the next
term of court, looked surprised and
grieved to learn that his old friend had
got Into trouble, but was relieved In mind
when Informed that it was an Indian, and
not United States Senator John H. Mitch
ell who had been captured by the officials.
There are a number of Indians on the
reservation who have names which were
given to them by the whites at the time
of the allotment of the Umatilla reserva
tion lands. They had unpronounceable
names, and In order to get them on the
books, one was called Senator Mitchell,
another Major Barnhart, and so forth.
A third Indian on the reservation with a.
name that Is misleading Is Poker Jim. A
person might think that he had acquired
that cognomen on account of his poker
playing proclivities. As a matter of fact
he cannot play poker at all don't know
the joker from little casino.
No. 13. Overland Ex
press I 1:45 P. M. 7:00 A. M.
No. 4. Kansas City, St.'
Louis Special ! 11:30 P. M.
7:30 P. M.
No. 14. Tacoma, Seat
tle Express ' 8:30 A. M.'S.OO P. M.
The "North Coast Limited"
Will Resume Service May 9.
Take No 14 for Olyrnpla, South Bend arid
Gray's Harbor points.
A D. CHARLTON. A. G. P. A..
Pacific Coast Steamship Go.
The magnificent new steel
Steamship Senator will sail
from Sea'.tle and Tacoma
direct. From Tacoma 12 m.,
Seattle 9 p. m. May 30. '01.
For rates, reservations and other Information
ap;y to the company's agents
i va.'x. -J vaahtnuton St., Portland.
Ticket Office 007 Pacific avenue, Tacoma.
G. M LEE, Ticket Acent.
F. V. CARLETON, N. P. R. R. Dock, Ta
Ticket utllca 018 First avenue, Seattle.
M. TALBOT. Comm'l Agent.
C. W. MILLER. Asst. Gen'l Agent, Ocean
Dock, Seattle. "Wash.
GOODALL. PERKINS & CO..
General Agents, San Francisco.
Tickat Office, 122 Third SI ' Phone 6S0
COO P. M
The Fljer, dally to and
from St. Paul. Minne
apolis, Duluth, Chlcni;a
and alt points. East.
7:00 A. M
Through Palace and Tourist dleepers, Dininj;
and Burtet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP T05A MARU
For Japan. China and all Asiatic points will
About April 29th
NORTHERN PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Yladivostock and Port Arthur
CALLING AT TIEN TS1N. WEI HEI WEI.
K1AO-CHOU AND CHEEFOO IF INDUCE
Following S3. Braemar. SS. Queen Adelaide
will be dispatched from Tacoma about May b.
For rates and space reservations apply to
DODWELL & CO.. LTD..
General Agent. 252 Oak at.
NEW TWIN SCREW 6000
. TON 8.3. SIERRA,
SS. AUSTRALIA, for Tahiti Sun., April 28
SS. MARIPOSA (Honolulu only)
Saturday. April 27. 2 P. M.
SS. SIERRA, for Honolulu, Samoa, New
Zealand and Australia
Thurs., May 0. 10 A. M.
J. D.SPRECXELS k BROS. CO , Ssneral Jtgenli. 327 Hariri Si
Gsn'I Passsnasr QfScs, 643 HMet SL, Fiar Ho. 7. Pacific St
WHITE COLLAR LINE
BAILEY GATZERT (Alder-street Dock).,
Leaves Portland dally every morning at T
O'clock, exceot Sunday. .Returning, leaves Aa
torla every night at 7 o'clock, except Sunday.
Oregon phone Main 331. Columbia phone 331.
Altooa and Pomona
Dally (ex. Sunday) for Independence, Salera
and all way landings. Leave Portland 0:43 A.
M.; leave Salem 8 A. M.; Independence, 7 A.
I M nmr and dock, foot Tavlor at.
have been in use over o yean by the leaden of the Mormoa
cures the wont cues In old and younir amlntr Irons etTccM
d?arette - smokinjr. Cureo Lost Manhood, Im"
Powor. Kigntzosseo, spormatorrnooa insomnia, fains
aires, tjominai. tmissions, tamo ai nonoua w
Llnflrnn tn Mnrrv. t.a&s at EPKrwsl Somen. Varicocele
6 for $3 50 by mail. Smtfif A written cuirantee, to cura
Cljhop Remedy Co.; 3an Francisco, Cal.
d wwBttw Pacific
Union Depot. Sixth and J Street.
THREE TRArN5 DAILY
FOR ALL POiiNTS EAST
Leaves for tho East. ia Huntinstoiv U.00
A. M.; arrives at 4.JU P. M.
.For bpokane. cauru v uiitnKtou. and Great
Noitueni poinu, icaUi m u f. AU, ivj it
7 A. M.
Leaves for the bast. Ma JUunungioo. at &00
P. M.; arrives at !:lo A. M.
'lHitOUUdL PULLMA:' ANX TOURIST
OCEAN' AND KlVKlt SCHEDULE.
Wttltr liaea aClieUUIe auUjev.1 U cUJillfo with
OCEA.N DIVISION From Portland. le
Anisttutui Dock at a P. M.. sail svory 3 day.;
Steamer Elder satis April -. 1-. " Steamer
Uuiuiiiuia itiiL-i April r. ii. -.
from, aan Fi&.iuist-a sail evury 5
Leave Spcir-streut Pier -i at 11 A. M..
bteumer coiutnulo. sails April 3, !! -. Steam
er Eider sails April a. 18. 'Mi.
COLUMBIA 1UVEK DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTOU1A.
Steamor Hasaalo leave Portland dally, ex
cept bunday at Jj.Ou P. M.; on Saturday at
IO.UO P. M. Returning, leuvesi Astoria dally,
except Sunday, at 7 uo A. M.
WILLAMETTE 1UVEH DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SsALEM. OR.
Steamer Ruth, for Salem. Independence and
way points, leaves from Ash-street Dock at u
A. M. on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
Returning. Ieaes Independence at o A. ai
and Salem at U A. M.. on Tuesdays. Thursday J
CORVALLIS AND ALBANT.
Steamer Modoc leaves Portland at 0 A. M.
on Tuesdays. Thursday a and Saturdays. Ka-
turnlnc. leaves Corvallls at 0 A. M. on. iioa-
dajs. Wednesdays and Fridays.
YAMHILL RIVEK ROUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAYTON. OR.
Steamer Elmore, for Oregon City. liuttevlllu,
Champoeg. Day ton and way landings, leaves
Portland Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday
at 7 A. M. Leaves Dayton for Portland and
way points Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday
at 0 A. M.
SNAKE RIVEZV ROUTE.
RIPARIA. WASH.. AND LEWISTON. IDAHO
Steamers loave Rlparla at 3:10 A. M. daily,
arriving at Lewlston about 3 P. M. Returning,
leave Lewlston at 8:30 A. M.. arriving at Rl
parla same evening. A. L. CRAIU.
Qenerat Passenger Agent.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
254 "WnnlilnBton St.. Corner TUIrd.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe. Nagaiakl and Shanghai, taking freight
via connecting steamers for Manila. Port Ar
thur and Vlndlvostock.
SS. INDRAVELLI SAILS ABOUT APP.IL 2C
For ratps and full information call on or
address officials or agents of O. R- & N. Co.
Depot Fifth mill
for Salem. Rose-
burg. Ashland. Sac
ra m e n to. Ugden.
San Francisco. Mo
Jave. Los Angeles.
El Pnao. New Or
leans and the East.
At W o o d b urn
(dally except Sun
day;, morning train
connects with train
for ilt. Angel. Sll
v r t o n. iirow na
vllle, Sprlngtl eld.
and Natron, and
Albany Local for
Mt. Angel and Sll
vertcn. Albany passenger...
3:30 A. M.
7:20 P. M.
4:00 P. M.
7:30 A. at.
4-30 P. M.
10:10 A. at
)5:30 P. M.
S:23 A. M.
Dally. IIDally except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and San Francisco. Net rates $17 flrss
class and $11 second class, including sleeper.
Rates and tickets to Eastern polnu and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained from J. B.
KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent. 140 Third street.
Passenger Depot, foot at Jefferson street.
Leave for Oswego daily at 7:20, 0:40 A. lf.r
12 :iO 1:3. ai2G. 4:40. U.20, 8.30. 11:30 P. M.;
and 0:oo A. M. on Sundays only. Arrive at
Portland dally at U:35. 8..50, "10.30 A. M.;
1-35, 3:10, 4.30, ti:15. 7:40. 10 00 P. M.: 12.4U
A. SI. dally, except Monday, 3.Ji and 10:03 A.
M. on Sundays only.
Leave for Dallas dally, except Sunday, at
5 05 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 0:30 A. M.
Passenger train leavea Dallas tot AtfMa Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at'"llSJ07P M,
Returns Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays,
C. H. aiARKHAM.
Qcn. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
CAPE NOME DIRECT
PACIFIC CLIPPER LINE will dispatch tho
5. S. Nome City
SAILING FROM SEATTLE APRIL 27, 1001.
Flnust wooden steamship on the Pacific; steara
heat and electric lights In every room; will ba
sheathed with Iron bark to work; her way
through tha Ice.
Reservations now being mado by
F. P. BAUMQARTNER. AgenC
Couch-street. Dock. Portland, Or.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Depot Fifth mid
For Maygels, luiuter,
Clifton, Astoria. War
renton. Flavel, Ham
mond. Fort Steveu-i,
Gearhart Pk.. Seaside.
Astoria and Seashore
8:00 A. M.
11:10 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
C:40 P. M.
Ticket office 235 Morrison st. and Union Dbdo
J. C. MAYO. Gen Pass. Agt.. Astoria. Or.
Pacific Goast Steamship Co,
The Company's steamships
STATE OF CAL, AL-KI and
CITY OF TOi'EKA leave
TACOMA 11 A. M.. SEAT
TLE u P. M Apr. 5. itf. 13.
20. .5. 30, May 3. ID, 15, 20.
23, oO, June I. Steamer leaves
every fifth day thereafter.
For further Information obtain folder.
Th Company reserves the right to chang
steamer, tailing dates and hour of sailing,
without previous notice.
AUEN'lri N. PU&'IOX. 24'j Washington St..
Portland. Or. F. V CARLETON. N. P. R. R.
Dock. Tacuma. Ticket Office. 18 First ave..
Seattle. M. TALBOT. Comm'l Agt., C.W. MIL
LER. Asst. !en'l Agt. Ocean Dock. SeatiU;
GOODALL. PERKINS it CO.. Oen't Agenu.
Sr sunset -n
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