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TFTE MORNING OREGONrAN, WEDNESDAY, MAT- 1,- 1901.
"With the exception of a -weakening I11
"wheat, the markets showed no consplc
tioys chance yesterday. Sugar has ad
vanced 5c per hundred, due to Increased
m.j .(i,., -j ,. .,,.
;r".r,rrr'r,r:"T,iw0n7i upward m-. dry ki?. n,
the staple Itself. Potatoes are higher and
etronff. prices ranging-
Che latter figure lor extra
The strength In California Is well sus
tained, and seems to be due to actual de
anand. rather than to speculative manip
ulation. All dealers express confidence
In the stable character of && existing
market. Receipts continue "surprisingly
large In. view -of the fact thafjhe country
to regarded as well cleaned up oLthe prod
uct All offerings are bought ..up readily
for shipment to California. Onions are
scant, although there are several large
foldings in the country, kept back for
Mgher market. Nothing was doing in
this product yesterday, because there was
nothing U cell. The first shipment of
new California onions will arrive today,
and from now on wjll tend to bring prices
.Eggs refused to move at 15c, and deal
ers have dropped back to 1414"c. These
aire regarded as the natural figures at
present. It "was desired to lift prices
above the present level, for current quo
tations allow slight. If any, profit to re
tailers, but the market failed to respond
higher. Quoted prices are firm. Recent
Strength caused country dealers to hold
' supplies, but since the present market has
come to be regarded stable, receipts have
enlarged, and checked the advancing ten
dency. Cold storage is about finished,
and now dealers are considering whether
the market -will clear Itself as readily as
when part of the receipte were being put
Quoted butter prices keep that product
moving In a satisfactory manner, and the
'market has acquired steadiness. Second
grade also is gradually recovering, with
the aid of California orders. The sea
son of Winter storing is approaching, and
some Is already being put away. Poultry
Is still slow, young chickens being the
only kind in demand.
California produce by eteamer will be
on hand today at usual prices. Domestic
vegetables are gradually taking the place
of Imported, Rhubarb and asparagus are
In full quantity, besides lettuce, radishes,
onions, etc. Ripe bananas have been
scant this week, owing to greenness of
' Clearing: House Statement.
Portland $355.15u $50,681
Ticoma 186,072 40,163
Seattle 315,012 50,020
Spokane 185,072 so.itH
Grain, Flour, Etc
The wheat market struck another soft
soot yesterday, and fell away quite ma
terially at the opening, but recovered-
some of the lost strength in the East be
fore the cloee. California received an
other soaking rain, and there was more
-weakness in that quarter than elsewhere.
In the local market, there was more of a
sympathetic feeling with other markets,
and as buyers had taken on about all
the high-priced wheat they wanted last
week, moet of them shortened up their
limits to E9c and 59c for Walla Walla.
There is nothing offering at these prices,
however, and the business is at a stand
still for the present. Shipments for April
were the largest on record for a corre
ponding month, and there is consider
able wheat still held on spot.
Wheat Walla Walla, nominal, 5959H:c;
blucstem, 61c; Valley, nominal.
Flour Best grades, ?2 S0&3 40 per bar
rel: graham. J2 60.
Oats-White. $1 301 35; gray, $1 25
2 30 per cental.
Barley Feed, ?1717 25; brewing, $17
17 25 per ton.
illllstuffs Bran, $17 per ton; middlings,
$?L50; shorts. 520; chop, $16.
Hay Timothy, $12 5014; clover, $79 50;
Oregon wild hay, $67 per ton.
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.
Coffee Mocna, -28c; Java, faxcy, 263
S2c; Java, good, 2024c; Java, ordinary,
lS20c; Costa Rica, fancy, 1820c; Costa
Rica, good, 16lSc; Costa Rica, ordinary,
10Jfl2c per pound; Columbia roast, $11 75;
Arbuckle's, $11 25; Lion, $11 75 per case.
Sice Island, 6c; Japan, 5c; New Orle
ans. 46c; fancy head. $77 50 oer sack.
Sugar Cube, $6 40; crushed, $6 65; pow
dered, $6; dry granulated, $5 SO; extra
C, $5 80; golden C, $5 SO net, half barrels
"S4 more than barrels; sacks, 10c per 100
less than barrelc; maple. 1516c per pound.
Salmon Columbia River, one-pound
tails, $1502; two-pound tails. $2 25250;
Xancy one-pound fiats, $22 25; -pound
fancy flats, $1 101 30; Alaska tails, $1
1 25; two-pound tails. $1 902 25.
Beans Small white, rc; large white.
tc; bayo, 3"c; Lima, 7&c; pink, 2"4c; red
Mexican, 4c per pound.
Grain bags Calcutta. $6 5006 75 per 100
Coal oil Cases, 19c per gallon; bar
rels, 154c; tanks, 13"4c.
Stock salt 50s, $14 75: 100s, $14 25; granu
lated 50s, $20 00; Liverpool, 50s, $21 0i; 100s.
$20 60; 200s, $20.
Nuts Peanuts, 67c per pound for
raw, 9c for roasted; cocoanuts, 90c. per
dozen; walnuts. 10llc per pound; pint
nuts, 15c; hickory nuts, 7c: chestnuts, 15c;
Brazil, He; filberts, 15c; fancy pecans, 12
Uc; almonds, 1517"c per pound. '
Vesretnble, Fruits, Etc.,
Vegetables Onions, $3jg4 50; cabbage,
$1 401 50 per 'cenial'v W'-.&Se5' 90cS?$l 10
per sack; sweet potatoes, $1 75 per 100
pounds; new potatoes, 22&c per pound;
celery, S090c per dozen; California toma
toes, $1 752 per box; asparagus, $1155
per box; rhubarb, 22ic per pound.
Fruit Lemons, cnoice, $2; fancy, $2 50
2 75; oranges. $1 75(22 50 for navei. $1 50
1 75 for seedlings, per box; pineapples.
H&i 50 per dozen; bananas, $2 253 per
bunch: Persian dales. 6c per pound; ap
ples, $1 502 50; strawberries, 35c per box.
Dried fruit Apples, evaporated 5f6e
per .pound; sun-dried, sacks or boxes.
S4c; pears, 8S"9c; prunes. Italian. 5ff7c:
silver, extra choice. 57c; figs, California
blacks, 5c; figs, Calllornia white, 57c;
plums, pltless, -white. 7Sc per pound.
Butter. Ess:. Poultry, Etc.
Butter Fancy creamerj't 15S17iic; dairy,
1214c; store, lOllc per pound.
Eggs Oregon ranch, 14gl4tfc per dozen.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, $3 504; hens,
$4S4 50; dressed. ll12c per pound;
Springs. $35 per dozen; ducks. $5 O0S 00;
geese, $637 war dozen; turkeys, live, 10
12c. dressed, 1315c per pound.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 1313c;
Toung America. 13Vi14c per pound.
Jtteat and Provision.
Mutton Lams, 4g5c per pound, gross;
dressed. He per pound; best sheep, weth
ers, gross, with wool, $4 25f4 50; sheared,
$3 60&3 75; dressed, 7c per pound.
Hogs Gross, heavy, $5 75jr"; light, $t 75
6; dressed. 7c per pound.
"Veal Small, Sc; large, 67c per
Provisions Portland pack (Shield
Brand) hams, lSc; picnic, 9c per pound;
breakfast bacon, 1516c per pound; ba
con, 12c per pound; backs, llc; dry
salted sides, Hc; dried beef, setts, 15c;
knuckles, 17c; lard. 5s, 12c; 10s, llTJc; 60s,
015c: tierces. Hc; Eastern pack (Ham
monds), hams, large, 12c; medium. 13c;
small, 13c, picnic, 10c; snoulders, 10c,
breakfast bacon, 14gl6o; dry .salted sides.
J0l2c; bacon sides, Ul3c; backs,
12c; buttE, llc; lard, pure leaf, kettle
rendered. Bs. 12c; 10s. 12c; dry salt bel
lies. ll13c: bacon bellies, I2gi4c;
dried beef, 15c.
Beef Gross, top steers. $55 25; cows
and heifers, $4 504 75; dressed beef, SQ
Se per .pound.
Hops, "Wool, Hides, Etc
Hens 12014c per pound.
Wool Valley. 1213c; Eastern Ore
gon, 912c; mohair, 2021c per pound.
Sheepskins Shearlings, 1520o; short-
wool, 2535c; medium-wool. 3030e; Ions
wool, 60c$l each. " " '"
"Tallow 5c; No. 2 and grease, 22c per
In ' xxiucs jji umco, u. x, .10 uounas ana
.pounds, 67c; kip, 10 ro-30 pounds,. 6&
under 10 pounds. 7Sc; green funsalted),
lc per pound less; cuhs (bulls sags,
moth-eaten, badly cut. scored, halr-i
slipped, weathe"Fbeaten or grubby), one
third, less --. -
P.eUa Bearskins,.- each, as to size. $50
20; cubs. each. $25: -badger, each. 1040c;
wildcat. 2575c; house cat, 620c; foxi
common gray, 3050c: do red. $1 502;
do cross, $515; lynx, $2S2: mink. 5Cc$l 25;
marten, dark Northern. $612: do pale
pine, $1 502; muskrat. 5310c: skunk, 25
35c; otter (land), $57; panther, with head
and claws perfect, $25:, raccoon. 30335c:
wolf, mountain, with head perfect. $3 50
5; prairie wolf or coyote. 603175c; wolver
ine. $47; beaver, per akin, larse. S5S6; do
medium. per skin. $37; do small, per
skin. $12; do kits, per skin. 5075c
NEW YORK STOCK 3IARKET.
Aggregate Sales Wore 3,022,100
Shares A New Record.
NEW YORK, April 30. The aggregate
sales of all stocks today went ahead of
yesterday's hitherto unprecedented total,
rising to, 3,022.100 shares. Last Wednes
day's record sales of a single stock were
662,000 shares of Union Pacific, compared
with today's sales of 459,100 of United
States Steel. The aggregate sales of both
the common and preferred stock of United
States Steel amounted today to 648,000
Another record was clipped today for a
single hours business, sales for the first
hour amounting to over 1,000,000 shares,
against the previous maximum of less
than S00.O00 shares. It Is the usual rule
that a large portion of a day's business
on the exchange- Is. done during the first
hour, but had the acltvlty of the market
for the rest of the day continued in nor
mal proportion to the first hour's busi
ness the total for the day would have
reached probably 4.000,000 shares, which
would mean commissions to stock ex
change members for the day's business of
$1,000,000. Such statistics1 as these convey
the truest Idea of the dimensions and
scope of the present market. Any at
tempt at description would resolve Itself
largely Into an accumulation of superla
tives. There were long strings of suc
cessive transactions in some of the most
active stocks today. In which none of
the sales reported were of less than 100
shares, and running from that up to 10
If any ordinary considerations could be
the rule in such a market, the fact that
the stocks were notably strong yesterday
and were today sold in enormous volume
to take profits, would have had great In
fluence. The sharp break at many points
In the closing dealings would have been
another factor making for hesitation, but
these usual symptoms of a coming reac
tion have been so often without the
slightest effect in the recent extraordinary
market that they were totally ignored by
the excited speculators, as many other
Incidents have been, such as the engage- I
me II IS OI gum lor fApuil unit uui-aaiuuai
hardening of the money market. The
presence In great force of a widespread
public Interest in the market must ex
plain this ignoring of usual technical In
dications. The great accumulations of
wealth which have come to the hands of
the American people for several years
past and which have lain In deposit banks
waiting for opportunity for outlay seemed
to be pouring Into Wall street, attracted
by the sudden great fortunes which are
being made from day to day In the great
price movement of different .stocks.
The large inflow of money from the
Interior of New York seems to be. due
to this tendency, "and Is keeping the
money market easy in spite of the de
mand from other sources. There is very
little in the way of specific news accom
panying the movement of prices. The
announcement this morning of the ab
sorption of the Leyland steamship line by
J. P. Morgan had a tendency to give a re
newed stimulus to the speculation, as In
dicating the continued activity of the
most Influential individual In the recent
great movements toward consolidation.
The belief in wholesale consolidation of
great railroad systems, even at the enor
mous expense Involved in the buying of
control In the open market, Is the potent
factor In the general speculation. The
enthusiastic believers In an Indefinite rise
In prices argue that a market turn-over
within a few days of as many shares of
a corporation as the whole outstanding
capital necessarily Indicates a movement
to buy control, but It Is certainly obvi
ous that a turn-over of that amount of
stock where the actual control does not
pass is proof positive of an enormous
amount of purely speculative buying. It
may be due to buying and selling and
then rebuylng many times over of spec
ulative holdings", or It may be due to per
sistent short selling on every advance
and then buying to cover as the further
advance Imperils the position of the bears.
That purely speculative .transactions
formed a-Jarge factor. In the day's mar
ket's is .probably not seriously doubted.
An analysis In detail of today's market
would be futile, so great Is its extent and
variety and in the later dealfngs Its ir
regularity. Northern Pacific' was under
pressure of. profit-taking all day, and
Union Pacific a'nd the grangers generally
showed Its influence as the day pro
gressed. The Atchlsons we're the new
strong feature, on talk of an Increase In
the dividend. The advance .In New .York
Central brought speculative attention
back to the Eastern railroads, but their
gains did not hold well. The United
States Steel stocks were comparatively
well maintained, closing with net gains
of 2& for the common and 2 for the pre
ferred, at reactions 1 and respectively
from the best prices. The heavy profit
taking at the last made the closing irreg
ular. Business was not as large rlatelvly In
bonds, and the price movement was Ir
regular. Total sales, par value, $6,245,000.
United States new 4s advanced per cent
on the last call.
U. S. 2s, ref. res. 100
do coupon 106
do 3s. reg 110
do coupon 111
do new 4a reK..lS8
Y. Cent, lsts
Northern Pac 3s
do 4s 105
Oregon Nav. lsta.,109
do 4r , 104
Ore. Short Line 03.128
do con. 5s 110
Bio Gr. W. lstfl.105
do coupon 139l
do old 4s, regliaag
do coupon 1134
do 5s, res HO
St. Paul consols...lB3
do coupon UllSt. P. C. & P. Istsll3
Dlst. Col. 3-053. ..105
do 5s 120
Atchuwn adj. 4s... 95
C & N.W. con. 7sl42
Union Pacific 4s. ..105
Wis. Cent. lsts.... 91
do S. F. deb. 5s.l4
TV A R. G. 4s 102U
West Shore 4s 114
Southern Pac. 4s.. Ui
Gen. Electric 5s... 185
The total sales of stocks today were 3,022,000
shares. The closing quotations were:
do pfd 103,
Bait. & Ohio 105
do pfd 92
T.. St L. & W....
Can. Pacific 100
rn Southern ... 76
do pfd -....
Ches. & Ohio 48
Chicago & Alton.. 48
do pfd Sl
a. B. & Q 1?H
Wheel. & L. E lh
do 2d pfd 35
Wis. Central 23
do pfd 47&
Chi.. Ind. & St. L.. 3
An nfd 71
Chi. Gr. Western.. 25
do pfd 83
do pfd B" 53
CM. & East. 111.. 132
Chi. Term. &. xr. m
do pfd 47
Chicago & N. W..190 I
a. B. L & Pac.164
Adams ....... .....160
United States SS
n r .. n J6-. St. L. 86
rnin. Southern .. 16
do 1st pfd v4
do 2d pfd 20
Amal. Copper 123
Amer. Car & F.... 26
DeL & Hudson... aso
rM.. T-aek. & W..219
do pfd 80
Amer. Linseed Oil 13
do pfd 36a
Denver & Bio Gr. 46
do pfd ...s 35
Amer. Smelt. & R. 59
do 1st pfd 1J
j ... . HI
do pfd 9(3y
Amer. Tobacco ...128
Anticonda Mln. Co. 51
U(l U piu. ...... w I
Gr. North. pfd...l89
HocklnR Valley .. 52
do pfd 75:
Illinois Central ..144
Iowa Central 31
Brooklyn R. T 86H
Colo. Fuel & Iron. 106
Con. Gas 227
Coxrt. Tobacco 46
do pfd 104V4
rkifnfi litrrlhl tot- YnttTin. .. aoI .A?..
from 90c to $1 10,-1 ,. '-. yi ,! ' ,.' ictV-.
choice grades. Hn m tn ,,- ntm.- i- en
- w'4 60
Gru Sleetrla .....2271
Lake Erie & TV.. 65 J4 Glucose Sugar .... H4
do pfd 124 jHocklng Coal 1I
Louts. & Nash....l09KInt. Paper 24
Manhattan 128YA do pfd 7S
Met. St. By lTJbilnt. Power 80
Mexican Central.. 25 I La Clede Gas 85
Mexican National. 11 I National Biscuit .. 391
Minn. & St. Louis 84 National Lead .... TT
Missouri Paclnc ..103
M.. K. & T 32l
National Salt 44
do pfd i
North American .. 87 -
do pfd 65
New Jersey Cent. 153 (Pacific Coast 6014
New York Cent...l62 IPaclflc Mall 33
Norfolk & West... CJXIPeople's Gas 117
do pfd 80 Pressed Steel Car. 45
Northern Paclfic.115 do pfd 87U
do pfd lOUMPullman 200
Ontario &r T"est.. 37lRepublle.Iron & S. 21H
Pfionsylvanla-...1571tl do pfd 77
Beading 4i5iSugar 147
do 1st pfd...:... 72Tenn. Coar&-Iron. 66
do 2d pfd 5i4lUnIon Bas & Pap. 13
St. Louis & S. F.. 40 . do pfd 69
do lscpfd.. .... 855 tJ. S. Lead 14
do 2d pfa 73 do pfd 78
St. Paul ....-...'..172 U. S. Rubber 21
do pfd 102 I do pfd vaVi
U. S. Steel 53
do ofd 101
ooumern rty ....
Texas & Pacific.
Western Union ... 93
P. C.. C. & St L.. 67
New York Stocks.
These quotations are furnished by R. W.
McKInnon and Co., members of the Chi
cago Board of Trade: -
Anaconda Mining Co....
AmaL Copper Co
Am. Tobacco com ....'..
Am. Sugar com
Am. Smelter com
Am. Smelter pfd
Baltimore & Ohio com.
"Baltimore & Ohio pfd.
Brook. Rapid Transit..
Chicago & Alton com..
Chicago & Alton pfd..
Chicago & G. W. com.
Chi., Ind. & L. com
Chi., Ind. & L. pfd....
Chi.. Burl. & Quincv...
Chi., Mil. & St. Paul..
Chicago & N. W. com.
cm., K. i. & Pacific.
New Jersey Central...
Chesapeake & Ohio....
Colo. Fuel & Iron com
Cont. Tobacco com
Cont. Tobacco pfd
Delaware & Hudson...
Del., Lack. & Western.
D. & R. G. com
D. & R. G. pfd
Erie 2ds pfd
Erie, lsts pfd
Louisville & Nashville.
Met. Traction Co
Mexican Central Ry....
Mobile & Ohio
Mo.. Kan. & Tex. com.
Mo., Kan. & Tex. pfd.
Now York Central
Norfolk & West. com.
Norfolk & West. "ofd.
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....
Paclnc Mail 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
Tenn. Coal & Iron...
Union Pacific com
Union Pacific pfd
U. S. Leather com
U. S. Leather pfd
U. S. Rubber com
U. S. Rubber pfd
U. S. Steel Co. com...
U. S. Steel Co. pfd...
Wheel. & L. E. com.
Wheel. & L. E. lsts.
Wis. Central com
Wis. Central pfd
Western Union Tel...
Total sales. 3,335,400 shares. Money closed
6 per cent; last loans, 4 per cent.
Foreign Financial Nevra.
NEW YORK, April 30. The Commercial
Advertiser's London financial cablegram
"Business on the Stock Exchange here
was cheerful today. In consols the set
tlement was expected to disclose a bear
account of the new Issue, but the con
tango on this was 2 Instead of the 3
The American department was the cen
ter of Interest asaln. Prices were buoy
ant from start to finish, rising without
pause, though there was heavy profit-taking,
especially In Northern Pacific. The
buying of Union Pacific was good and
Southern Paclfir rose In smypathy. It
Is the fashion to buy high-priced stocks,
the low-priced Issues being neglected. New
York buying started with Atchison, which,
however, soon became the feature on the
renewal ofthe report and denial that the
dividend on the common was to be at the
rate of 4 per cent. The preferred' boomed
to 103, the common 76. Money was steady
at unchanged rates. Ten thousand pounds
sterling gold is going to South America.
Silver relapsed on profit-taking.
Money, Exchanfte, Etc.
NEW YORK April 30. Money on call
firm, 36 per cent; last loans, 4 per
cent; prime mercantile paper,, 44 per
cent: sterling exchange easy, with actual
business In bankers' bills at $4 874 88 (
for demand, and at $4 84 for 60 days;
posted rates, $4 854S6' and $4 89; com
mercial bills, $4 844 84; silver certifi
cates, 60c; Mexican dollars, 4Sc; Govern
ment bonds, firm; state bonds, Inactive;
railroad bonds irregular.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 30. Sterling on
London. 60 days, $4 86; sterling on London,
sight, $4 89; drafts, eight, 12c; drafts,
telegraph, 15c; Mexican dollars, 4950c.
LONDON, April 30. Consols, 94 7-16d;
money, 33 per cent.
WASHINGTON, April 30. Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold
reserve In the division of, redemption,
Available cash balances $158,067,149
Stocks nt London.
LONDON, April 30. Atchison," 75; Ca
nadian Pacific, 106; Union Pacific pre
ferred, 99; "Northern Pacific, preferred,
103; Grand Trunk, 11; Anaconda, 10.
Stoelc Exchange tVlll Be Closed.
LONDON, April SO. The Stock Exchange
will be closed tomorrow.
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Prices of Cercnls at American and
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30. Wheat and
barley Futures steady. Spot wheat quiet;
apot barley steady.
Wheat Shipping, No. L $1; choice, $1;
milling. $1 011 03.
Barley Feed, 77c; brewing, 81(ff83c.
Oats Black, for seed, $1 171 27; red,
$1 351 45.
Call board sales:
Wheat Steady; May, $1; December,
$1 03; cash,. $1.' "
Barley Steady: December, 73c.
Corn Large yellow, $1 15!1 17.
Chicago 'Grain" and Provisions.
CHICAGO, April 30. The market opened
weak for wheat under depressing cables
for both spot and futures. Advices from
the Continent were that a great deal of
wheat bought within the last few days
was offered for resale. The bear situation
was of brief duration, however. A large
decrease. In the world's visible supply 'and
a sharp cash demand caused a sharp ad
vance. Later heavy profit-taking caused
a reaction, but ibe close was easy. July
closed at 73c; May closed c lower.
Corn opened weak on good "weather, lib
eral country offerings, lower cables and
In sympathy with wheat. Te local bull
element was the sole support of the mar
ket. July closed c higher." at 45. J
Oats wrere strong in ' sympathy with
corn. May closed Jc . higher, at 26c
July closed unchanged, at 26c.
Provisions were neglected but. nominally
steady. July pork closed 2c lower; lard
and ribs unchanged.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Opening Highest.' Lowest. Closing.
May-.-. .-.$0 71
$071'- $0 72
... 47 48
... 44 4515
... 26 23
... 25 26
May 14 47 14 52
July . ,
14 65 14 70
8 05 8 07
7 05 7 97
7 05 7 97
7 90 7 05 TOO
7 87 7 92 7 87
Cash Quotations were as follows:
Flour Easy and In .buyers', favor.
Wheat No. 3 Spring, 7171; No. 2 red,
Corn No. 2, 47; No. 2 yellow, 47. w
Oats No. 2. 27: No. 2 white, 282S?g;
No. 3 white, 2728.
Rye No. 2, 51.
Barley Good feeding, 5155; 'fair to
Flax Seed-No. 1, $1 40; No. ,1, -North7
western, -$140. .
Timothy Seed Prime, $3 553 70.
Mess Pork Per bbl., $14 5014 55.c
Lard Per 100 lbs., $7 677 75.
Short Ribs Sides (loose), $8 05825.
Shoulders Dry salted (boxed). ,67.
Sides Short cleared (boxed), $8 37
On the Produce Exchange today the
butter market was dull; creameries, 14
19: dairies, 1117.
Flour, barrels 35.000 10 000
Wheat, bushels 90,000 290,000
Corn, bushels 219.000 185,000
Oats, bushels 845,000 337.000
Bye. bushels 7.000 1,000
Barley, bushels 30,000 0,000
New Yorlc Grain and Produce.
r NEW YORK, April 30 Flour Receipts,
19,382. barrels; exports, 6634 barrels. Mar
ket was weak and lower early In the day,
but at the close, .'showed a better tone
with wheat. Minnesota" patents, $44 25;
Winter low grades, $2 302 40,
Wheat Receipts, 6650 bushels; exports,
96,199 bushels; spot, firm; No. 2 red, 83c
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 red, 80c elevator;
No. 1 Northern Duluth, 83c f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 hard Duluth, 90c, f. o. b. 'afloat. .
Options were weak and lower most Qt
the day, suffering from bearish cables,
active liquidation, more fbreign selling
and active short account operations. Later
the market rallied on covering, prompted
by less favorable crop news. Closed firm;
c net decline. May closed 80c; July.
78c; September, 77c.
A-vallable Grain Supplies.
NEW YORK, April 30. Special cable and
telegraphic communications to Brad
street's show 'the following' changes in
available supplies, as compared with the
last account: Wheat, United States and
C:anada, east of Rocky Mountains, de
crease, 2,604,000 bushels; afloat and in Eu
rope, decrease, 700,000 bushels; total sup
ply wheat, decrease, 3,304.000 bushels.
Corn, United States and Canada, east of
Rocky Mountains, decrease, 1,662,000 bush
ets. Oats, United States and Canada,
east of Rocky Mountains, Increase, 1,137,000
The combined stock of wheat at Port
land,' Or. ; Tacoma: and Seattle, Wash., In
creased 103,000 busHels' last' week.""""
Gram in Europe. ,
LIVERPOOL, April 30. Wheat Spot
firm; No. 2 red Western Winter, 6s; No. 1
Northern Spring, 6s ld; No. 1 Califor
nia, 6s 2d. Futures quiet. May, 5s 9d;
July, 5s 10d.
Corn Spot firm; American mixed, new,
4s 5d; American mixed, old, 4s 5d. Fu
tures steady; July, 3s lTd. May, nominal.
LONDON, April SO. Wheat Cargoes on
passage rather easier; cargoes Walla
Walla, 29s 9d; English country markets
LIVERPOOL. April 30. Wheat and
flour In Paris weak; French country mar
Eastern Live Stock.
CHICAGO, April 30 Cattle Receipts
3500, including 500 Texans; generally
steady; good to prime steers, $4'935 00;
po r to medium, $3 904 30; stockers and
feeders, $2 754 95; cows, $2 654 50; heif
ers, ?2 704 75; canners, $2 002 60; bulls,
J? 'Ti 40; calves, $4 005 50; Texas fed
steers, steady, $4 505 60; grassers,' $3 50
5 00; bulls, $2 753 85.
Hogs Receipts today, 19,000; tomorrow,
25,000; left over, 2000. Shade' higher;
c'osed slow; top, $590; mixed and butch
ers, 5 605 87; good to choice heavy,
$5 60ti5 70, rough heavy, $5 555 65; light,
Sheep Receipts 11,000; slow; clipped
woak; clipped lambs weak; wooled,
steady: Colorados, $5 30; good to choice
wlhtr8. $4 254 60;. fair to choice mixed.
$4 20i?l 50; Western sheep, $4 254 60;'
Texas sheep, yearlings, $4 404 65; native
lambs, $i E05 30; Western lambs, $4 60
OMAHA, April 30. Cattle Receipts
4000 head; market active and steady; na
tive beef steers, $4 255 40; "Western
sleer. $1 004 80; Texas steers, $3 404 25;
cows and heifers, $3 204 40: canners, $2 03
2 2?; calves, $3 006 75; bullB and stags,
$2 75J;' 25.
Hogs. Receipts 12,900; market steady;
heavy, $5 655 75; mixed, ?5 625 65; light,
$5 555 62; bulk of sales. $5 625 67.
Sheep Receipts 4000; market slow to 10c
lower: yearlings, $4 404 65; wethers, $4 00
l 4'.'. common to choice sheep, $3 753 90;
lambs. $4 255 00. 1
KANSAS CITY, April 30.-Cattle-Re-celpts
10,000; market steady to easy; Tex
as steers, $3 905 00; Texas cows, ?3 00
4 25- native steers, $4 605 50; native cows
and heifers, $3 255 10; stockers and feeder..-.
$3 755 25; bulls, ?3 104 50.
Hogs Receipts 18,000; market 2 to 5c
lower, bulk ol Bales, ?5 605 75; heavy,
$5 705 80; packers, $5 655 75; yorkers,
5 2C5 65; pigs, ?4 255 20.
Sheep Receipts 5000; market strong;
irmbs, $4 755 10; muttons, ft 004 SO.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
SAN FRANCISCoT April 30. Wool
Spring Nevada, 1012c; Eastern Oregon,
1012c; "Valley Qregon, 1415c. Fall
Mountain lambs, 7Sc; San Joaquin plains,
67c; Humboldt and Mendocino, 910c. -
Hops Crop of 1900, 1520a
Mlllstuff s Middlings, $17 5019 50; bran,
Hay Wheat. J913: wheat and oats. ISH
11; best barley, ?9 50; alfalfa, $79 50;
compressed wheat. JS13 per ton; straw.
4047c per bale. "'
Potatoes River ' Burbanksr 80c$l 10:
Oregon Burbanks, $1 101 25; Early Rose,
85c$l; sweet, 5065c.
Vegetables Green peas. Jl 25 1 75;
string beans, 68c per pound; asparagus,
$2 per box.
Citrus fruit Common California lemons.
75c; choice. $2 25; navel oranges, Jl 002 25
per box; Mexican limes. $4 50.
Bananas $1 502 50 per bunch.
Pineapples $2 503 50 per dozen.
Green fruits Apples, choice, 51 50 per
box: common. $1 00 per box.
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 9llc; d6
hens, 1213c per pound; old" roosters. $3 50
4 00 per dozen; young roosters, $7 038 W;
fryers. $5 CO&e 00; hens. 14 00(24 50 ner doz-
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
Room 4fii6uhd' Floo?
en; small broilers: $2"252 75; large do, $4
4 W: oW 'ducks, ' $56; vgeese, $T- 251 50
per pair."" . j.. . " .
Eggs Storfe13o;--ranch, 15c.
Butter Creamery, 16c; 'dairy, 15c.
Cheese California, t,full cream. Uc;
Young America". 10c:. .Eastern. HjS'JBc.-l
Receipts F,lour, quarter sacks, x 13,000:,
wheat, centals, 21,800;, barley, centalsj2300;.
beans, sacks, '157; potatoes, sacks, 960; do
Oregon, 4900: hay,' tons, 2S0; wool, bales,
43S; hides. 500.
The Wool Marlset.
BOSTON, A'prll 30. The demand for
wool here Is qdiet, but the tone of the
values Is steady, and buyers needing sup
plies are paying about former rates. Deal
ers claim that the outlook Is very favdr
able, 'although any material advance at
the present time is not looked lor. ter
ritory wools qontlnue to head the dlst of
sales with prices about the -same.
Territory wool quotations: Scoured basis
Mqntana fine medium and fine, 1415c;
scoured, 4243c; staple, 4546c; "Utah,
Wyoming and Idaho, fine medium and fine,
1214c; scoured, 4042c; staple, 4446c;
Astrallan, scoure'd . basis Spot prices,
combing, superfine, 6Sg70c; fine, 6064c;
average, 6063c. ,
LONDON, April 30. The third series of
the wool auction sales opened today. A
good representative assortment, amount
ing to( 12,074 bales, was offered. The de
mand ' was chiefly from the home trade,
but fairly good bidding by French buy
ers caused keen competition. Prices were
generally firm, and at times showed
slight advances, some fine merinos being
5 per cent dearer. Good Queensland was
active and demand good. Fine cross
breds were steady, but common and
coarse grades were 5 per cent lower. .Cape
of Good Hope and' Natal were In gbod
request at good prices.
ST. LOUIS, April 30. Wool Quiet and
easy; territory and' Western medium, 14
16c; fine, ll15c; coarse, ll14c.
The Metal -Markets.
NEW YORK, April -30. There -was no
notable feature In the local markets to
day. Tin was about the only thing
changed on "the list,, and this was a sym
pathetic advance Jn view of the firmness
In London, where prices advanced 17s 6d
on spot goods and 10s on futures. The
close here was quiet at $25 652p 95.
Copper In London "was a shade easier,
spot closing at 69 10s and futures at
Continued apathy prevails locally in
copper, and prices were more or less
nominal on the basis .of $17 for lake, and
$16 62 for casting.'
Spelter Quiet but steady. $4 044 05.
Pig Iron warrants unchanged.
Bar silver, 59c.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 30.
59c. -Bar silver,
LONDON, April 30. Bar silver, 27 3-16d.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK," April 30. Spot Coffee
Dull; No. 7 Invoice, 6 5-16c; mild, quiet;
Sugar Raw, firm but quiet; fair re
fining, 3 ll-16c; centrifugal, 96 test. 3 15-16c;
molasses sugar, 3 7-16c; refined, steady.
Coffee futures closed barely steady, 5(g10
points net lower. Sales May, ?5 25; Jun
$5 40; July, $5 505 55; August, $5 60; Sep
tember, $5 65; December, $5 90.
Cotton at 'New York.
NEW YORK!, 'April 30.-Cotton on the
first call obtained a fairly steady tone,
despite the fact that the prices were
off 27 points from last night's closing.
At noon the loss5 had Increased to a mat
ter of 56 points, senflment at that time
being bearish, the market closing 'quiet,
26 points lower.
Reduction in Oil.
COLUMBUS, O., April 30. A reduction
of 1 cent woe announced In Ohio and
Indiana oils today. North Lima Is now
quoted at S5c; South Lima, SOc; Indiana.
80c, and Somerset, SOc.
CROPS IN GOOD CONDITION.
Frosta Will Make Strawberries Late
This Season. '
Summarizing crop conditions In Oregon
last week, the crop bulletin of the
Weather Bureau says:
"The first part of the week was cool,
with several frosty mornings. A change
to warmer occurred Saturday, and since
then mild temperatures have prevailed
in all parts of the State. Light showers
have. frequently occurred In Western and
Southern, Oregon. ,and Sunday and Mon
day were showery days In Eastern1 Oregon,
with the Indications favorable for more
rain Tuesday in that section. The max
imum, or day, temperatures InV(esJern
Oregon ranged -'between'1' 59 degrees and
66 degrees', andt,the minimum, or .'night,
temperatures between 32 degrees' and 48
degrees'. ji Eastern Oregpn the day tem
pera tutf'eV ranged 'between 4S degrees and
68 degrees.-.and the jilght'temperatures be
tween 30 degrees and 54 degrees.
"Fall, wheat, rye and oats are doing
nicely, although' on account of the cool
weather they are making a slow growth.
Spring wheat seeding Is nearly finished
and the grain Is germinating well. The
color of the grain Is Improving every
day, and no insect pests are damaging It.
"Hops are coming up even, and there Is
no complaint about missing hills, as was
the case last year. The training of the
vines Is beginning to be general.
"A great deal of Summer fallowing has
been done. In the Eastern part of the
State, and the soil yet tills well, although
more rain would be beneficial.
'"Potato planting is now general and
corn planting has begun in the Southern
portion of the State.
"Gardens continue backward, but other
wise they are in promising condition.
"Clover and alfalfa are growing nicely,
but there ls-a-shortage and pasturage
and stock Is not Improving as fast as
usual. In the dairy sections of the State
considerable feeding-has to be done to
avpld a shrinkage In supply of milk.
"Reports of damage to the fruit crops
by frost aTe numerous, but not general.
Considerable strawberry bloom has been
killed in Southern Oregon and in the Hood
River -Valley. This damage will not mate
rially reduce yields, but will make the
marketing of the crop a -week or two
later than usual. Besides the-'fitrawberrles,
peachesr apricots; pears, silver prunes
and cherries have suffered the most from
frosta, The Italian or Fellenberg prunes
are nearly through blooming, and the
young fruit has set well and gives prom
ise of abundant yields. Apples In most
places are now In full bloom and as yet
they have suffered no harm from frosts."
TO DEVELOP INLAND EMPIRE
Plan for Federation of Commercial
' In an Interview with the Tribune yes.ter
aay. President v LIbby, of the. Lewlston
Commercial 'Club, explained Jils plan for a
federation of the chambers of commerce
,and 'commercial clubs of the Inland Em
pire, suggested at a recent meeting of the
governing board of the Lewlston Club
Mr. Llbby said: ' " .
"The object of such a federation would
be to secure united and 'therefore more
Influential action in favor of any move
ment for the general good that might be
decided upon. It Is self-eYldent that a
Chamber of Commerce
United, vigorous combination of the busi
ness Interests, of a dozen cities would have
great and possibly, at tlphes. decisive in-
nuence upon legislation in tne state ana
National parliaments, and likewise In ne
gotiations with the 'railroad and other
public corporations". On 'the other hand.
If the Representatives, and .Government
and corporation officials pould consult, ne
gotiate and receive authoritative Inform
motion concerning broad and large pub-1
He needs, their own work In and for this
district should be more effective asd more
rapid In consummation. p
"Among the things of common gdod
which could be most benefited by such
co-operation would be, for example: '
"(1) The movement for the opening of
the rivers to navigation with Its numer
ous, varied .and constant efforts and" meth
ods necessary to be employed In So great
"(2) Presentation of the numberless op
portunities and Varied resources of the
Inland Empire as a whole, to the people
of the Middle and Eastern states. No lo
cality is satisfactory to all or even a large
proportion of the homeseekers "and In
vestors in farming, live stock, orcharding,
manufacturing, lumbering and mining.
Yet the various sections taken together
offer every'klnd and variety of Industry,
business and pursuit that men of the
temperate zone know and want to engage
lrr. A booklet presenting the merit's of all
parts under one cover, duly classified,
would save great expense to 'all parties
and Insure direction and deflnlteness to
the 'efforts of -the home and Investment
seekers, both before and after arrival up
on the ground.
"(3) Promotion and direction of the im
migration movement. Notice the great
good of co-operation In this work" during
the "past 60 days, though begun after the
movement, had started. This experience
has taught us how to do much better in
"(4) Negotiations with the railroads for
Improved transportation facilities. I have
always found the railroad officials
to"- be Interested In discussion for
such Improvements, and favorable
to action when proposed changes
were conclusively shown to be for the
actual benefit of the districts served.
United action by a large and Influential
section of the comnfunlty has moreover,
a most persuasive effect upon any high
official possessed of big enough brain to
fill his position.
"(5) Government surveys. Investigations
and reports upon the resources of the
country, and ,so on."
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. of Trains
No. 12, Overland Ex
press No. 4. Kansas City. St.
7:00 A. Mj
7:30 P. Ml
Louis Special 11:30 P.M.
,No. 14. Tacqma, Seat
S :30A, M.'5:00.P. M.
Tbe "North. Coast Limited"
Will Resume Service .May 9.
Take No. 14 for Olympla, SoutSBend and
.Gray's Harbor points. . I
r - A. D. CHARLTON. -A. G, P. A.,
, Portland. Or.
Record Voyage 6 Dar, 7 Ho'irs, 22 Mlnutet.
BOSTON tJ LIVERPQJL via QllEENSTOWiN
Commonwealth. Twin Screw. 1J.OOO. May 8
New England. Twin Screw. 11.600. May 22
PORTLAND tJ LIVERPOOL via QUEENST0W.1
Vancoirver Mav '.& Vancouver. . .June 22
Dominion July SlCambroman .July 13
THOMAS C001C & SON, P. C Gca'I Azents,
621 Market St., Saa Frandico, CaL
NORTHERN PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO.
YladiYostock and Port Arthur
CALLING AT TIEN TSIN, WEI HEI WEI.
KIAO-CHOU AND CHEEFOO IP INDUCE
Following SS. Braemar. SS. Queen Adelaide
will bf dUpatched from Tacoma. about May S.
For rates and apace reservations apply to
DODWELL & CO.. LTD..
General Agents, 252 Oak st.
SS. SIERRA, for Honolulu. Samoa, New
Zealand and Australia
Thurs.. May 0. 10 A. il
SS. MARIPOSA (Honolulu only)
Saturday. May 18, 2 P. M.
SS. AUSTRALIA, lor Tahiti.... About May SS
i. D.SFRECKELS k BROS. CO , General Aganls. 327 Hariat St
Bsa'l PaHeiigar Gf&u. 63 UitM St. Par Ho. 7. Patiffe St
WHiTE COLLAR LINE
BAILEY GATZERT CAIder-street Dock).
Leaves Portland dally eviry morning at 7
o'clock, except Sunday. Returning. leaves Aa
toria every night at 7 o'clock, weeept Sunday.
Oregon phone Main SSL Columbia phone 331.
Altona and Pomona
Dally (ex. Sunday) for Irtdepemlence, Salem
and all way landings. Leave Portland 0:43 A.
M.; leave Salem 8 A. M.; Independence, 7 A
M. Ofllra and dock, foot T&ylor st.
Kssr ""wp j.
hJA, .... Iff
( ( Jlr
rrTSiHlS.awytr5aw nffi'Siy'frrHj i4tJlSl'lJEW
;:ahd UNKJN PACIHC'
unlop Depot. Sixth ana i street.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
FOR ALL POINTS EAbi
Leaves tor the East, via HunUnsion. at U:U4
A. M.; arrives at Si& P. M.
For Spokane, Eastern aju.ntou. and Gnat
Nortnera uoiuls. iavd ti u K x; krm at
,7 A. M.
Leaves tor the East, via Huntiajtton. at 0:00
P. M.; arrives at aau A. M.
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
OCEAN AND iUVKit SCHEDULE.
Water ilatM acuedula uujci to c&uiao with
out nuuee. ,
UCiuA. DIVISION From Portland, leatt
AluwoiUi Lolt at a P. M.. aaU avry i da;
bteamer Elder sails April 2, XX. 1S. 3teom
Columbia tun April 7. 17. 27.
Prom a'an Francuco suUl every 0 days.
Leave Spear-street Pier SI at 11 A. M..
bteanier Columbia sails April 3, 13, 'J3.,Steam
r Elder sails April 8. 13. 23.
COLUMBIA IUVEH DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND ASTORTA.
Steamer Ha&salo leaves Portland dally. -
cept aunday at a.oo P. M.; oa Saturday at
10:00 P. M. ..Returning', leaves Astoria dally.
except Sunday, at 7.00 A. M.
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SALEM. OR.
Steamer Ruth, for Salem. Independent anfl
way points, leaves trom Ash-street Dock at d
A. M. on Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday.
Returning. leaves Independence at 5 A. .1L,
and Salem at 0 A. M.. jon Tuesdays. Thursday
CORVALLIS AND ALBANTt
Steamer Modoe leaves Portland at (J A. M.
tin Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays. Ro
turnlns. leaves Corvallls at (1 A. M. oa iloa
days. Wednesdays and Fridays.
YAMHILL RIVER ROUTE.
PORTLAND AND DAYTON. OR.
Steamer Elmore, for Oregon City. Buttevltlo,
Champoeg. Dayton and way landings, leaves
Portland Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays
at 7 A. M. Leaves Dayton for Portland, and
way points Mondays. "Wednesdays and Fridays.
at 0 A. M.
SNAKE RIVER ROUTE.
RIPARIA. "WASH;. AND LEWISTON. HJAHO
Steamers leave Riparia at 3:40 A. M. dally,
arriving at Lewlston about 3 P. M. Returnlns.
leave Lewlston at 8:30 A. M.. arriving- at Ri
paria same evenlnp. A. L- CRAIO.
General Passenger Agent.
CITY TICKET OFFICE
234 Waalilncton St., Corner Third.
PORTLAND & ASIATIC
For Tokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
via connectlns steamers for Manila. Port Ar
thur and Vladlvostock.
SS. INDRAPURA SAILS MAY 28.
For rates and full Information calf on c
address olllclals or agents of O. R. & N. Co.
ucjior ruin miu i rrie
i sireein. i
for .salem. Raae-
burir. Ashiand. sac
ra m e n to. (JgUeu.
San Francisco. Mo
Jae, Los Angeled.
SI Paao, New ur
Uans and the East.
At W o o d b urn
(dally jexcept sun
da)), murmn& Uai.i
connects with tram
for Mt. Angel, sa
ve r to n ijrouca
vllje. Sprlngli i U
and Natron. a'iu
Albany Local fa.
Mt. Angel and SU
3:30 A. M.
7:20 P. M.
4:00 P. M.
117:30 A. M.
114:30 P. M.
'10:10 A. M.
,S:2S A. M.
Dally. UDaliy except Sunday.
Rebate tickets on sale between Portland. Sac
ramento and san Frnnciscu. Net rates 4 17 first
class and $11 second class; Including sleeper.
Kates and tickets to Eastern points and Eu
rope. Also JAPAN. CHINA. HONOLULU and
AUSTRALIA. Can be obtained from J. B.
KIRKLAND. Ticket Agent. HO Third street.
Passenger Depot, loot of Jefferson street.
Leave for Oswego dally at 7.20. 9:40 A. M.;
12mU- 1:30.-3::. UV. 0.23. &.SU. U:UO P. M.;.
and u:OU A- M. on Sundays only. Arrlva at
Portland dally at a:o0. t:30. 10:5(1 A. M.;
1:35. 3:10. 4:30. 0:13. 7.40. 10.00 P. M.I 12:4U
A. M. dally, except Monday. a:Ji and 10:03 A.
M. on Sundays only.
- Leave for Dallas, dally, except Sunday, at
B:05 P. M. Arrive at Portland at 9:30 A. M.
Passenger train leaves Dallas fot Airlla Mon
days Wednesdays and Fridays at 3:30 P. M.
Returns Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays.
C. H. MARKHAM.
Gen. Frt. & Pass. Agt.
Tick.t Office. 122 Third 5t Phone 680
LEAVE The Flyer, dally to and
7X0 A. M
fmm st Paul. Minns
nnnlft Tltiliith- Chlenira
O.oo p. M.
J and all points East.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepera, Dining
and Bulfet Smoklng-Llbrary Cars.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
STEAMSHIP TOSA MARU
For Japan. China and all Astatlo points will
About April 29th
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
Depot Fifth and
For Maygers. i.amicr,
Clifton. Astoria. War
r en ton. Flavsl. Ham
mond, Fort Steven.H.
Gearhart Pic. Seaside.
Astoria -and SeasLur
8:00 A. M.
11:10 A. M.
7:00 P. M.
0:40 P. M.
Ticket omee 233 Morrison st. and Union Depot.
J. C. MAYO. Gen. Pass. Agt.. Astoria. Or.
Pacific Coast Steamship Go?
The Company's steamships
COTTAGE CiXr JJKATO.,
STATE Oe' CAL, AL-Kl and
CITY OF TOPEKA leae
TACOMA 11 A. M.. SEAT
TLE U .P. M.. Apr. 3. 10. 15,
20. 25. 30; May 5, li), IS. 20.
5. 30. June 4-. Steamer leaves
every ntth. day thereafter.
For further information-obtain folder.
The Company reserves the rlgh. to chang
learners, sailing" dales' and hbur of sallln.
without previous notice.
AUENTS N. PUSIU-V 243 Washington st.
Portland. Or. F. W CARLETON. N. P. R. R.
Dock. Tacoma: Ticket OHIO. 018 First ave..
Seattle. M. TALBOT. Comm'l Agt.. O.W. MIL
LER Asst. Gen'l Agt. Ocean Dock. Seattla;
noOOAl.l PERKINS ft CO.. Gn'l Agents.
!2? SUNSET ll
CCDEN S, SHASTA
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