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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 11)03.
FEW HOP CONTRACTS I
Growers Waiting to See How
THEY LOOK FOR HIGHER PRICES
Advance In Quotations of Standard
"Western Spot Corn Selling "Wa
termelons) by "Weight Local
OREGON CITT, Or., July 20. (Special.)
"Fewer hop contracts have been filed for rec
ord In Clackamas County this year than In a
number o years," said County Recorder Stev
ens today. "There Is a disposition among
farmers not to contract, at any rate they will
not make a deal of this kind until the time of
harvesting the crop arrives when, as usual,
toKne growers will be compelled to raise money
for picking: purposes. July Is the month In
which the bulk of the hop contracts are re
corded annually, but thus far this month not
an Instrument of the kind has been recorded
In this county. It has been two months since
& hop contract was placed on record here'
Mr. Stevens figures that with the good price
received for last year's crop the growers will
be slow to contract their crop this season.
Few chattel mortgages have been filed this
year affecting the growing crop of hops In this
county. Another circumstance that discour
ages the contracting of hops In this county
this year Is the fact that present Indications
point to a smaller crop, and for this reason tn"e
grower Is desirous of getting all he can for
the growing crop. Those who may be obliged
to contract their crop will wait until the
time of harvest arrives, when the price Is
measured largely by the question of supply
and demand, and the grower will be' able h us
to dispose of his hops to better advantage than
he can do at this time of the year.
HARVESTING IN "WHITMAN COUNTY.
Crop Prospects In tne Palouse Uetter
THan Early Estimates.
COLFAX, Wash., July 20. (Special.) Har
vest has begun In "Western "Whitman County,
where a number of headers ran several days
last week, and many more started this morn
ing on Fall wheat, which Is ripening rapidly
and Is much better than expected two weeks
ago. The weather since July 1 has been almost
Ideal for wheat, and the crop will be much bet
ter In consequence than the earlier estimates,
made when the weather was dry and hot. It
Is now generally believed that Whitman County
will produce about 80 percent of last year's
yield, and with the advance In price the farm
ers expect to have as much money from
this season's crop as from that of 1002, which
was an unusually prosperous season.
S. A. Mitchell, an Implement dealer of Endl
cott, said: "ThdJ early predictions of damaged
grain were greatly exaggerated. I started
three headers last week and spent the greater
part of the week in the wheat fields west or
Endicott, and I will say that l was surprises.
Fall wheat, while not quite as good as last
year, will yield an average of 30 bushels per
acre, and Spring wheat will yield 20 to 22
bushels. The grain is of fine quality and the'
yield will be much better than was thought
earlier in the season."
H. H. Copley, an extensive farmer who lives
in Colfax, but farms 2000 acres between here
and Snake River, said: "I have been trav
eling pretty extensively over the country and
find there Is a much better ckp than was
expected earlier In the season. In a few lo
calities there Is going to be a light crop, but
take the Palouse country as a rule ana the
crop will not be more than 15 or 20 per cent
less than last year and the price which we will
receive will give the farmers equally as much
money as they had last year."
A. C. "Warner, an Implement dealer of Col
fax, said: "I have been in the country south
and west of here for several days and And the
crop in that section is almost as good as last
year. Headers are running on Fall-sown
wheat, which Is fine. Some fields will yield
from 30 to 40 bushels per acre, and the qual
ity of the grain is exceptionally good. Spring
wheat will ha lighter, but there will be a
prety fair crop."
Wheat Looks Well In Sherman.
MORO, Or., July 20 (Special.) George T.
Parr, of The Dalles, and M, Fitzmaurice, of
Moro, completed a conservative estimate of
the probable yield of grain on the Eastern
'Oregon Land Company's holdings In Sherman
County on Saturday. They were agreeably
fiurprlsed to And the crops, especially In the
northern portion of the county, very much
better than reported. In the Grass Valley,
Kent and Rutledgo districts the wheat and
barley crops are better than last year. The
yield all over the county will no doubt fail
short about 200.000 bushels, still there will h
plenty of wheat, and the Increased price will
offset this shortage. Grain buyers are trying
to contract wheat at CO cents a bushel In this
Kerr Wheat Contract.
COLFAX. Wash., July 20. (SpeclaL)-Twentv
t thousand bushels of club and red wheat was
contracted by Alfred Coolldge, president of th
Second National Bank of Colfax, todav: to
Harry Schlaafer, agent for Kerr. Girrorrf
Co.. ot 60 cents per bushel, sacked In the
warehouse. The wheat Is to be delivered at
Colfax and Glenwood as soon as threshed.
This la the first big contract made this sea
son in the Palouse country. A few small low
had previously been contracted at 50 to 65
cents. The contract made by Mr. Coolldge is
20 cents higher than the opening price last
year and Is the highest opening price for wheat
In the Palouso country In roay years.'
Last of Oalcland Hops Shipped.
OAKLAND. Or., July 20. During the past
week all the hops remaining In the hands of
the growers at this point were shipped to Al
bany and Salem buyers by D. "W., a. F. and K.
L. Steams. These were the hops that were In
litigation between the above-named gentlemen
and a Salem contractor, which was lately
compromised. Most of the present year's crop
Is In good condition, and about the average
yield Is expected.
Canned Cora Advances,
Interest In the canned com market Increases
as prices strengthen. Yesterday, standard
spot western com was quoted at $1.35. The
trade can look for still higher values, as
stocks are running very low.
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
Very little trading Is under Wftv In nlrT vh.,t
Some buying of new wheat Is reported, but In
verysmau lots, other cereals are quiet.
v iit.Ai-nana aua, 7&g78c; bluestexn,
80c; Valley. 78070c
FLOUR-Valley, $3.5003.80 per barrel; hard
wheat straights. S3.50fl3.75: hard ir, ...
ents. $4.1004.50; Dakota hard wheat. $4.10
granam. $3.3003.75; whole wheat. $3,550
"4; rye wheat, $4.
IiiufW.ttK 119 ton: brewlnt- !
cen,S-I0" 1 WMte 107i4; S"1' 1-03 Jr
27. shorn. $23; chop, U. 3. mills. $18; linseed
, ILlT-Timothj, 22024 per ton; clover, nom
inal; grain, nominal; cheat, nominal.
Batter, Eggs, Poultry, Ete.
Eg3 continue scares and firm. Butter la
plentiful, but Is quoted steady. Commission
men do not look for a very satisfactory-week
BUTTER Fancy creamery, 20ff22o per
pound: dairy, nominal: store, lCSlVc
CHEESE Full cream, twins, 15c; Young
America. 10c; factory prices, lglc less.
POULTRY Chickens, mixed, llHHrt per
pound: Spring, lG017Kc: hens, Htt5fl2c: broil
ers, S2&3 per dozen: turkeys, live. 10Sfl2c per
pound; dressed, 1415c; ducks, 45 per dozen;
EGGS Oregon ranch, 21c
Vegetables. Kralt, Etc
The system of selling melons by the pound
was Inaugurated yesterday, and Jobbers are
highly pleased with the result. Quotations
ranged from ?1.101.25 per hundredweight.
Supplies were unusually heavy, but a strong
demand kept prices Arm. Five cars of water
melons and two cars of cantaloupes were re
ceived. Two cars of red onions also came to
hand. Owing to the lateness of the steamer,
much of the California fruit received will be
carried over" until today. Oregon peaches are
plentiful and are cheaper. Oregon green corn
Is also -arriving mora freely.
VEGETABLES Turnips, C5c per sack; car
rots, California, $1.60; beets, $1 per sack;
cabbage. lc; lettuce, head, 13c per dozen;
parsley, per dozen, 25c; green artichokes,
3340c per dozen; asparagus, Oregon, 4G50c
per dozen; California, $2 per box; cucum
bers 20c psr dozen; tomatoes, (1.25 per box;
cauliflower. $1.10 per dozen; Summer squath,
fl per box; beans, 4f5c; green corn, 20925c
per dozen; green peas, 4c per pound.
POTATOES Old Burbanks. 7075 ptf sack,
growers' prices; new potatoes, Oregon, $L25
per sack; California, lc per pound.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated. 6c per
pound, sun-dried, sacks or boxes, tic; apri
cots, 8 Vic; peaches. 5Dc; pears, SSS&c;
prunes, Italian, 4&oc; figs, California, blacks,
0c; do white, 7$jc; Smyrna. 20c; plums, pitted,
'DOMESTIC FRUIT Cherries. 637c per
pound; apricots, $1.151.25 per crate; new ap
ples, $l.b0&1.75 per box; peaches, Oregon, 75s
0?1; cantaloupes, Coachella, $3.25 per crate;
Fresno, f2Q2.60; watermelons. S1.101.25 per
cwt.: plums, lKJcfl.25 per crate; pears, $1.50
per box; grapes, $1.50 per crate.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, $3.505 per
box; oranges, . sweets, $2.Z5&2.?6; navels,
$3.50; Valencia. $2.7583.50: St. Michaels,
$2.753.25; grape fruit. $2.50 per box: ba
nanas, 5c per pound; pineapples, $3,5054 per
ONION'S New California reds, 00c per sack;
RAISINS Loose Muscatel. -4-crown. 7?4c; 8
crown, 7c; 2-crown; Gc; unbleached seedless
Muscatel raisins. 7Hc; unbleached seedless Sul
tan. 6c; London layers, 3-crown, whole boxes
of 20 pounds. $1.65; 2-crown. $1.75.
HONEY 15c per No. 1 frame.
Groceries, JVnta, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 2G28c; Java, fancy, 20
S2c; Java, good. 20&24c; Java, ordinary. ICtt
20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18020c; Costa Rica,
good, 1618e; Costa Rica, ordinary. 1012c per
pound; .Columbia roast. $10.75; Arbuckle's,
$11.18 list; Lion. $11.13.
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails,
$1.65 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; fancy
1-pound flats, $1.60: -pound fiats. $l.lu;
Alaska pink, 1-pound tails, 75c; red, 1 -pound
tails, $1.20; sockeye. 1-pound tails, $1.50;
1-pound flats, $1.00.
SUGAR Sack basis, per 100 pounds; cube,
$5.87H; powdered. $o.72; dry granulated,
$5.62V4: extra C, $5.J2r golden C. $6.02H; less
He per pound for spot cash. Advances over
sack basis as follows: Barrels, 10c; half-barrels.
25c; boxes. 50c per 100 pounds. Maple.
15016c per pound. Beet sugar, granulated,'
o.oz4 per iwo pounds.
BEANS Small white, 4Hc;narge white. 4o;
pinks, 4c: bayoU. 4Hc; Lima, 6e per pound.
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1. "$5.76; No. 2.
$5.87; Carolina heed. $7.75; broken head, $4.
NUTS Peanuts. CKc per pound for raw, titp
6 He for roasted; cocoanut. 8500c per dozen;
walnuts, 13&14c per pound: pine nuts, 10ft
1214c; hickory nuts. 7c; Brazil nuts. 10c; fil
berts,. 15610c; fancy pecans, 17c; almonds, 14Q
15c; chestnuts, 16c
SALT Liverpool. COs. 45e oer sack: half
ground, per ton, 50s, $14.50: lOos, $14; Worces-r
icr sail. puik. iuoa, xa per barrel; linen sacks,
60s. SBc per sack; bales, 2s, 3s, 4s, 6s and 10s,
$2.10 per bale. x
WHEAT SACKS In lots .of 100, 65V4c
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Gross steers, $3.75SH.25; dressed, 6H
7c per pound.
VEAL 7tt68c per pound.
MUTTON Gross, $3; dressed, C6c; lambs,
gross. $3.50; created. 7c.
HOGS Gross, $5.505.75: dressed. CH07c
HAMS 10014 pounds, 15Uc per pound; 14
16 pounds, 14?4c per pound; 18&20 pounds,
I4c; California (picnic), 1014c: cottage hams,
none; Union hams, 4ti pounds average, none;
shoulders. 10Hc; boiled ham. 22c; boiled picnic
hams, boneless, 16c.
BACON Fancy breakfast, 18c; standard,
breakfast. 18c; choice. lCc; English breakfast
bacon, HSU pounds. 15c "
DRY SALT MEATS Regular snort clears,
124c. 13Uc smoked; clear backs, llc salt.
1241c smoked: Oregon exnorts. 20025 sounds
average. 12Hc dry salt, lSHrC smoked; Union
butts. lOQlb pounds average, 9J4c dry salt.
LARD Kettle rendered, tierces, llc: tubs.
llc; 60s, llic; 20s. llc; 10s, llc; 6s,
irtyc. Standard pure Tierces, 10c; tubs.
10c; 60s. 10d; 20s. 10c; 10a. 11c; Cs. lVAc
Compound Tierces. 8c; tubs, S$c.
SAUSAGE Portland. - nam, 13c per pound;
minced ham. lie; Summer, choice dry. 17c;
bologna, long, Sc; welnerwurst, c; llvrf c;
pork, 10c: blood. 7c; headcheese, 7c; bologna,
sausage, link. 7c
x-iutt.iE.ij uouDS Portland, pigs' feet,
carrel, - $3; 15-pound kit, $1.25. Lambs'
longues. Darrei, $8.25; barrel, $4.75; 15
pound kit, $2.25.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1002 crOD. 16018c wr nounfl.
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 405c; No. 2 and
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 10 nounds and no.
1515c per pound; dry kip. No. 1. 6 to 15
pounds. 12c: dry calf. No. 1. under B rounds.
10c; dry salted bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry Hint; salted hides, steers, sound, 60
pounds ana over, S08c; 60 to CO pounds, 78c;
under 50 pounds and cows, 7c; stags and bulls,
sound, 5Q5Hc; kip, sound. 15020' pounds, 7c;
veal, sound. 10 to 14 tounds. 7c: calf, unund.
under 10 pounds, 8c; green (unsalted), lc per
pound less; culls, lc per pound less; horse
hides, salted, each $1.5002; dry, each, $11.50;
COltS" hides, each. 2550e: rout kln ntmmnn
each, 10015c; Angora, with wool on, each, 25c
,vtOOL valley i6tt17fcc; Eastern Oregon,
COAL OIL Pearl or astral olL eases. 22c
per gallon; water white oil. Iron barrels, 154c;
wood barrels, 18c; eocene oil, cases. 24c; elalne
oil, cases, 27c; extra star, cass, 25c; head
light oil, 175 degrees, cases, 24c; iron barrels,
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 24&c;
Iron barrels, 18c; 80 degrees gasoline, cases,
2Sc: Iron barrels, 22c
BENZINE 63 degrees, cases, 22c; iron bar
LINSEED Boiled, cases. 63c; barrels, 48c;
linseed, raw, cases, 51c barrels, 46c; lots of
260 gallons, lc less per gallon.
TURPENTINE Cases, 70c; wood barrels,
60VSc; iron barrels. 64c; 10-case lots, COc
LEAD Collier Atlantic white and red lead
In lots ot 600 pounds or more, 6c; less than
600 pounds, 6&c
SAN FRANCISCO, Jnly 20. The official clos
ing quotations for mining stocks today were
Andes ... 7
Occidental Con ... 32
Beet & Belcher.. 1.80
31 Overman 23
Challenge Con ... 45
Con. Gal. & Va.. L35;
Silver Hill ....
Con. Imperial ... 3
Union Con ....
Crown Point ....
Gould & Curry...
Hale & Norcross.
NEfW TORK. July 20. Mining stocks today
closed as fallow:
Adams Con'".....$0.1(HLlttle Chief $1.00
llce 18 Ontario 6.50
Breece 15 ophlr 1.40
Brunswick Con .. 35 Phoenix 8
Com. Tunnel 7Potosl 20
Con. Ca . & Va.. 1.25 Savage 12
Horn Silver l.OOj Sierra Nevada .... 60
Iron Silver 1.60 Small Hopes 55
Leadvllle Con.... 1.02 Standard m
BOSTON. July 20,-CJoslng quotations:
Adventure $ 5.251 Osceola in.no
Santa Fe Copper. 1.00
Cal. & Hecla... 425.00'
topper iiange... 4o.do ranuy
Dominion Coal.. 08.00, United States
Franklin 7.60 Utah
Isle Royale .... 7.00i Victoria
Mohawk 30.251 Winona
Old Dominion .. 71.00 Wolverine ...
Coffee and. Sagrar.
NEW -YORK. July 20. Coffee Futures closed
quiet and net unchanged to 5 points lower.
Sales, 4600 "bags. Including August. $3.05; De
cember, $4.20. Rio coffee, firm; No. 7 Rio,
5 7-16c; mild, quiet.
Sugar Raw, firm; fair refining, 3 8-16c; cen
trifugal, 06 test, 8 ll-16c; molasses sugar,
2 15-lOc Refined sugar is firm. Crushed,
$5.60; powdered. $5.10; granulated, $5.
New Yerlc Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. July 20. Cotton Futures
closed steady. 105 points above the opening
for most months. July, 12.40c; August, 12.00c;
September, 10.46c; October, 0.6Sc; November,
8.52c; December. 0.52c; January, 9.50c; Febru
ary, 9.00c; March. 0.51c Spot closed qulot,
5 points -advanced. Middling uplands, 12.70a;
mMdllsr Gvlf, 1H. Balw, 4550 bales.
LIQUIDATION OF STOCKS
SELLXPTG PRESSURE STILL OX
JfEW YORK MARKET. ,
Movement Congested in a Few Lines,
Several of Which Show Xevr
NEW YORK. July 2a Liquidation was still
manifest In today's stock market. The actual
selling pressure was congested In individual
stocks. The volume of activity was not great
In the general list and the dropping tendency
of the market seemed to be largely in sym
pathy with the weakness shown by special
stocks. Professional bear tactics played a part
In the day's declines, as was shown by the
occasional rallies. But the demand on this
account seemed to be soon satisfied and there
wag no disposition to pursue the buying on
any advance. The high-grade railroad stocks
were less conspicuous in the weakness and
showed some early positive resistance to de
pression. But the weakness became general
before the day ended. High-priced inactive
stocks continued to suffer severely. Lacka
wanna broke 11 to 236 on a single transac
tion and immediately rallied, several points
but sold as low as 235 later. The old Rock
Island stocks sold at 147, compared with the
preceding sale last January at 200.
Various securities embraced m the widely
ramified Rock Island system were under severe
pressure. Including Rock Island common,
which sold at a new low record of 25. Sugges
tions of a project Tor divisional arrangement
Of the shares in voting a heavy issue of re
funding bonds were published during the day.
It was bel.eved also that the holdings of Rock
Island, which were acquired as a result ot
the absorption of the Su Louis & San Fran
cisco, were sought to be dislodged and forced
upon the market by the attack of the bears.
Another center of disturbance was Amalga
mated Copper, which dropped to 44, a new
low record. The selling of this stock was un
explained by any new developments, but Its
weakness aroused misgivings among share
holders as to the affairs of tne corporation
and Induced additional selling. Colorado
Fuel's fall to 50 was accompanied by ruraots
of the necessity of new Issues to take care
of loans which have been made. The market
had a fairly good rally In the last hour, but
lost nearly all of it again before the closing,
which was weak.
Money was slightly easier. If anything, and
the market for sterling exchange hardened,
apparently In response. Operators in stocks
feel little hope ot any demand for securities
while active competition for rucas In the
money market goes among the railroad cor
porations and wealthy Individuals.
The weekly statistics of railroad traffic show
rather a notable decline in the grain move
ment, but general merchandise continues to
move in large bulk, and railroad otncials pro
fes an expectation of an unprecedented trams
There were some points of resistance in the
bond market. Total sales, par value, $1,565,
000. United States bonds were all unchanged
on the last call.
Atchison 47.4001 05 UJ&
do preferred j tiiv 6ah. 8i
Baltimore & Ohio j 23,60J 8J4; 81ft, IC
do preferred ,. j j Oil,
Canadian pacific 10,Ooojl2ii;121 121V4
bciiinu oi aw jersey.! ..... .. ... ..) .... .jjoa
Liiesapcuiia oc vsuio..
Chicago & Alton....
Chicago U. W
do it preferred......
Chicago & Northwest
3,00o; 34) 33 33
j 1W1 24fc, 24! 24?4
JH; titifcl 0 65
3,tW0j 1J, 16J4, lo
I 1WI 34Vti 33,
Chi. xerm. & Transfer.
C, C., C i SL Louis..
6UU, 12H 12 I 12?4
1,40V, 21), 20 j 2U
1,100, 70, 75 j 744
do 1st nrer erred.
...1 1W 14 It 14)4
...j 11,0501 5JHl (Mfti 62
...I I : 22J4
do 2d preferred.
Delaware & Hudson...) j lw$
Del., Lack. & Western. 1,000,238 i235 ,237
Denver & Rio Grande.. 3001 25i 25 i 24
do 1st p referred... .s. 1
do 2d preferred j
Great Northern pfd....
Kansas City Southern.
do preferred ......
Louisville & Nashville.
25.373 30; 30 30
0. 1W, 07 1 Obtti 05
4,30ui 53i 61 I 51
I I 170
200 70 I 70 1 75
I I I b5
6,50ti13U 1128 12tf
....... I I"lk
3001 3l 37 i 37
400 21 I 20 21
luvj 40, -104. 40tf
3,000,11 s.iairt, 131,
020lll) ; 117 V, j 117ft
i i 77
3S.l)00 iwy4 IKJfti 97
2.50O1 20 IOt,; 10ft
1. UOOi 41V4I 40 I 40
2.700i 63l 021 62
1 1 1 88tf
340 23J4l 22 22
3,670 121 120 l20Ji
40.0W 60 48H 4S
200 81H 81 81
200 68 I US 68
Metropolitan Su Ry...i
Minn. & St. Louis j
.-uisauun .racinc ......
Mo., Kansas & Texas.
National R. R. of Mex.
New York Central
Norfolk & Western....
Ontario & Western....
Pitts. C. 4. SL L
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred
Rock Island Co...
do preferred ....
i 51,050 27&I 25 25
St. Louis & San Fran.
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred
St. Louis .Southwest...
I i I 0"
i I i 68
2,0101 65 I 4th
400 15 I 14 14
400 34 I 33 33
Southern Railway ....
Texas it Pacific
Tol., St. L. West..
2.450, 22141 2liij 21
20 25, 25
Wheel. & Lake Erie.
"Wisconsin Central ...
Am. Car & Foundry..
American Linseed OH.
Am. Smelt. & Refining.
Am. Sugar Refining..
Anaconda Mining Co.
Brook. Rapid Transit.
Colorado Fuel & Iron.
Col. & Hock. Coal....
Consolidated Gas ....
General Electric .....
International Paper ..
International Pump ..
do preferred ........
National Lead .......
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car..
do preferred .........
Rubber Goods .......
Tcnn. Coal & Iron....
Unltd States Leather,
do preferred ,
United States Rubber..
do preferred .
United States Steel....
Total salca for the day, 701,000 shares.
TJ. S. ref. 2s, reg.lOOH'Atchson adj. 4s.. 97Tj
do coupon ioosjc & N. w. con. 7s.l30i
TJ. S. 3s. reg 107
D. & R. O. 4s.... 87
North. Pacific 3s. 71
do coupon 10SV4
U. S. new 4S, reg.l31V
do 4s lOff
South. Pacific 4s.. 85
Union Pacific 4s.. 100
West Shore 4s... 107
do coupon 133)4
U. S. old 4s. reg..lll
do coupon Ill
U. S. 6s, reg 101
do coupon . . . -.103
Wis. Central 4s... 87V4
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK, July 20. Money on call.
steady; ruling rate 2 per cent; last loan.
2 per cent, closing 2g2 per cent.
Time money tsieaay; eo cays. 4Q4H per
cent: 90 days, 6 per cent; six months, 68
6 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper 5486 per cent.
Sterling exchange, firmer, with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at $4.865084.8655 for
demand and at $4.8420 for 60 days.
Posted rates 4.85 and $4.874.
Commercial bills $4.64.
Bar silver 65c
Bonds Government, steady; railroad, irreg
,-SAN FRANCISCO, July 30. Silver bars
Mexican dollars 43c
Drafts Sight, 2V4c; telegraph, 60.
I i ill si
HTOUlta. I p I . I
- I : I : I ; I
Sterling on London, 60 days, $4.84)4; do
Portland $707,824 $120,125
Seattle 770,005 237.104
Tacoma 424.045 80.001)
Spokane 431.632 60,730
Daily TreasHry Statement.
"WASHINGTON. July 20. Today's state
ment of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balances $228,367,729
CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET.
Free Offcrinars and Lack of Sapper!
Responsible for Weakness.
CHICAGO. July 20. Free offerings with lack
of support was responsible for weakness In
wheat today. September opened with a loss
of U0Hc at 76Vfc076?sC. and sold up early to
76Hc. under the heavy Uuidatlon later, in
which pit traders and commission houses
joined. Influenced by the good weather and
crop reports. It reacted to 759c. where It closed
with a loss of lc Local bulls had wheat for
sale and helped the decline.
The weatherand Improved crop reports were
the ruling factors In com and brought out
some Influential selling early. Local bulls of
fered little support and trade In the aggregate
was smojl. September closed with a loss ot i
0c. at 48T4c
Oats followed other grains unfter practically
the same influences. September closed 101Hc
lower at 31;4c
In provisions, support was lacking and the
grain markets Influenced all products. Sep
tember pork closed 7410c lower, lard was
down 12Hc and ribs off 10c
The leading futures pnged as follows:
July (old) $0.76
32V4 ' 32V,
Sept 14.40 14.45
a 35 S.37V4
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady; about unchanged. .
Wheat No. 2 red. 75&S7oc '
Corn No. 2. 40c; No. 2 yellow, 40c
Oats No. 3 white. 3430c.
Rye No. 2. 40g52c.
Barley Good feeding, 42c; fair Xo choice
Flaxseed No. 1, 91c; No. 1 Northwestern,
Timothy seed Prime, $3.45.
Mess pork Per barrel. $14.1Q14.15.
Lard Per cwt., $7.757.W
Short ribs Sides, loose. $S.20fl8.37V4.
Dry salted shoulders, $7.757.87V4-
Short clear sides $S.60g8.62V4.
Clover Contract grade, $12 12. 50.
Grain and Prodncc at Jfevr Yorlc
NEW YORK, July 20. Flour Receipts, 23,
600 barrels: exports, 5580 barrels. Market,
Wheat Receipts. 121,000 bushels: exports,
55,000 bushels. Spot was easy; No. 2 red.
80yc elevator and 82c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
Northern Duluth. 81c f. 0. b. afloat. Options
sustained a severe break today as a result
of liquidation impelled by favorable domes
tic crop conditions and liberal Russian ship
ments. The close was weak at 63VxC net
decline. July closed SOTic; September and
December cloed 80c
Butter Rece'.pts, 8000 packages; dairy, 16
20c; creamery, 1520Vic
Egga Receipts, 11,300 coses; steady: "West
ern seconds to extras, 1416c
Grain at San Prancfaco.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 20. Wheat-Weaker.
Wheat-Shipping, $1.87481.40; milling, $1.46
Barley Feed, $i:oi1.03; brewing. $1.124
Oats Red, $l.lGffl.25; while. $L2241.324;
Wheat Weaker; December, $1.40; ca3h,
Barley Weaker; December, 044c
Corn Large yellow, $1.401.45.
Visible Sapply of Grain.
NEW YORK, July 20. The statement of the
visible supply of grain In store and afloat Sat
urday, July 18, as compiled by the New York
Produce Exchange, Is as follows:
Corn. ,. 7.619.000
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, July 20. Wheat Cargoes on pas-
sage, buyers Indifferent; English country mar
kcts, steady. Wheat and flour on passage to
United Kingdom. 2,470,000 bushels; to Conti
nent, 1,260,000 bushels.
LIVERPOOL. July 20. Wheat, Hull; No. 1
standard California, Os 7d; wheat and flour
in Paris, steady. French country markets,
Dairy Pro dace at Chicago.
CHICAGO. July 20. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was easier.
Creameries, 1748194o; dairies, 163-lSc Eggs.
unchanged, 12814c Cheese, strong, 103
SAN FRANCISCO MARICETS.
"Wheat Shows Considerable Indepen
dent Strength Flour Firm.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 20. (Special.) All
the leading cereals are In good demand and
firm, with available supplies small. "Wheat id
showing much Independent strength, as the
California crop situation is bullish. Flour
is firm In sympathy with bran, and other feed
stuffs arc well sustained, as supplies are light.
Hay Is stronger, with an advance ot 50 cenu
in best grades.
There wrfe fairly large shipments of hard
and well-packed orchard fruits on the steamer
leaving for Puget Sound, but as most descrip
tions were in ample supply, the movement
merely had a steadying Influence on prices.
The local trade Is not very active. Bart-
lett pears and most kinds of apples are easier
under larger arrivals. Plums and prunes are
weak and apricots and figs steadier. Early
grapes ore neglected on account of the poor
quality. All kinds of melons are In liberal
supply and weaker. Ripe nectarines sold
readily, but those too green were not wanted.
Peaches are quite steady. Citrus and tropical
fruits are unchanged.
Receipts ot potatoes are ample, but the mar
ket Is steadier for good stock. Onions are
steady. Tomatoes are easier under . larger
arrivals. Green corn Is steady. Peas are
scarce and higher. Cucumbers and Summer
squash had a sharp decline. Egg plant and
okra are lower.
Domestic poultry Is quiet and nominal. Two
carloads of Eastern are on sale.
Butter Is rather easier with moat dealers, a
few holding out "for full prices. Cheese Is
firm. Eggs are well sustained. Receipts, 80,
000 pounds butter, 29,000 pounds cheese, 43,000
4 doxen eggs.
VEGETABLES Cucumbenv 25875c; garlic,
233c green peas. 485c; string beans, 384c;
asparagus, $132.25; tomatoes, 60cg$2; onions,
60870c; egg plant, $131.23.
POULTRY Roosters, old. $4.5035; do young.
$681 broilers, small, $282.50; do large, $39
3.60; fryers, $434.50; hens, $4f5; ducks, old.
$333.60; do young. $3.5084.50.'
BUTTER Fancy creamery, 36c; do seconds.
24c; fancy dairy, 24c; do seconds, 23c
EGGS Store, 16321o; fancy ranch, 36c; East
Ddwning, Hopkins &Co.
Established IS 93.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
"WOOL Spring. Humboldt and Mendocino.
15820c ; Iamb, 014c
HOPS Crop of 1002. 15fll8c
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $23.50324.60; mid
CHEESE Young America. 124ffl3c: East
HAY Wheat. $10012.50; wheat and oat. $10
612; barley. $8S"10.50; alfalfa. $I?S10.50; clover.
$S?10; stock, $7.5O8.50; straw, per bale.
FRUITS Apples, choice, $1.25; do comnjpn.
50c: bananas, 75c$2.50; Mexican limes, $4.50
65.50; California lemons, choice. $3; do com
mon, $1; oranges, navels, 73c tf $2.30: pineap
POTATOES-Oregon Burbanks. $1.2381.50;
new potatoes, C5c8$1.35.
RECEIPTS Flour, 25,669 quarter sacks: do
"Washington, 5234 quarter sacks; wheat. IOsO
centals; barley. 11,745 centals; oats, 3485 cent
als; beans, 599 sacks; corn. 450 centals; pota
toes. G500 saojes; bran, 3915 sacks; middlings.
1207 sacks; hay, 1107 tons; wool, 32 bales;
Prices Current at Chicago. Omaha
and KnnxnK City.
CHICAGO. July 20. Cattle Receipts. 23.000.
Market, strong to 10c higher. Good to prime
teers. $5.20g5.65: poor to medium. $4.25
.15; stockers and feeders. $2.60S4-00: cows.
$1.604.50; heifers. $2.255; canners. $1,608
2.50: bulls. 42.50i?4.35: calves, $38&.
Hogs Receipts today. 31.000; tomorrow. 20.
000; left over, 3000. Market, active, strong.
Mixed and butchers, $3.3035.75; good to choice
heavy. $5.6085.70; rough heavy, $5.2585.65.
Sheep Receipts. 3000, Market, 10825c lower.
Lambs, strong; good to choice wethers. $3.6o8
4; fair to choice mixed. $383.60; Western sheep
and yearlings. $3.2584; native lambs. $438.40;
Western lambs. $5.5086.
SOUTH OMAHA. July 20. Cattle Receipts.
2200. Market, steady. Native steers. $2.25
3.25; cows and heifers. $2.3535; Western
steers, $3.5084.50; canners, $283; stockers and
feeders. $2.5084 25; calves. $2.5035; bulls.
stags, etc, $2.2084.25.
Hogs Receipts. 5000. Market, strorfe. Heavy.
$5.1585.23; mixed. $5.2083.25; light. $5,208
6.30; pigs. $583.35; bulk of sales.. $585.35.
Sheep Receipts, 11.000. Market. 10815c
lower. Fed muttons, $3.C54.15; wethers, $4.10
34.G5; ewes, $2.5084.10; common and stock
ers, $283; Iambs. $3.7585.55.
KANSAS CITY. July 20. Cattle Receipts,
7000. including 3000 Texans. Market, steady
to 10c lower. Native steers, $435.15; Texas and
Indian steers. $2.4035; Texas -cows. $2.1032.00;
native cows and heifers, $1.6084.60; stockers
and feeders, $2.3534; bulls, $233.75; calves,
$2.2534.50; Western steers. $334.83; cows,
Hogs Receipts, 500.' Market, steady. Bulk
of sales, $5.3535.50; heavy. $5.2085.35 Vi:
packers. $5.3035.40; medium. $5.3585.45;
mixed. $5.2085.60; light. $5.1585.30; Yorkers,
$3.4533.65; pigs. $585.50.
Sheep Receipts. 2000. Market, firm. Mut
tons, $384.05; lambs, $3.2036; range wethers,
$335; ewes, $384.90.
NEW YORK, July 20. Tin advanced 1 10s
in London today, spot closing there at 124
5s and futures at 121 15s. Locally, tin was
firm and higher, closing 27.40827.00c
Copper declined 2s 6d in London to 50 10s
for spot, while futures were unchanged at 55
15s. Locally, copper was quiet. Lake and
electrolytic are quoted at 13.374313.62c and
casting at 13.12413.25c
Lead was unchanged In London at 11 7s 6d,
and in New York at 4.124c
Spelter declined 2s Od In London to 20 6s,
and was easier here, closing at 5.S74c
LONDON. July 20. Offerings of wool today
numbered 10,500 bales, chiefly crossbreds. The
demand continued good. A moderate quantity
ot medium fine was taken by- American bu
ers. Several merino lots were withdrawn as
bidders were below sellers' views. Scoureos
were In good request.
ST. LOUIS. July 20.-: Wool Steady; terri
tory and Western mediums, 10818c; fine me
diums, 14315ic; fine. 13315 Vic
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tron. Albany passenger.
Connects at Wood,
burn with Mt. An
gel and Stlvemn
4:00 P. II.
70 A. M.
10:10 A. M.
H4:C0 P. M.
Sheridan passenger. I8:25 A. M.
Dally. Dally, except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVICE
Leave Portland daily for Oswego at 7:30 w
M 12.60, 2:05, 3:25, 50, C:25. 8:30. 10:10
P. M. Dally, except Sunday. 5:30, 0:30. 8:35.
10:25 A. M.. lli'M P. M. Sunday, only.
0:00 A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrive Portland dally
8:30 A. M.. 1:C5. 8:05, 4:35. 0:15. 7:35. 0:55.
11:13 P. M. Dally, except Sunday. 0:25, 7iU.
0:30. 10:20. 11:45 A. M. Except Monday, 12:23.
A. M. Sunday only, 10:00 A. M.
Leave from same depot tor Dallas and Inter
mediate points dally except Sunday. 4:00 P. M.
Arrive Portland 10:20 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor line oper
ates dally to Monmouth and Alrlle, connecting
-with S. P. Co.'s trains at Dallas and Inde
pendence. First-class rebate tickets on sale from Port
land to Sacramento and San Francisco; nat
rate. $17.50: berth. $5. Second-class fare. S13.
without rebate or berth; second-class berth.
Ticket to Eastern points and Europe. Also
Japan. China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITT TICKET OFFICE, corner Third " and
Washington streets. Phono Main 712.
Puget Sound Limited for Ta
coma. Seattle, Olympla,
South Bend and Gray's
Harbor points - ..8.30 ara 3:30 pta
North Coast Limited for Ta
coma, Seattle, Spokane.
Butte, St. Paul, New York,
Bcston and all points East
and Southeast 3:00 pm 7:00 am
Twin City Express for Ta
coma, Seattle, Spokane,
"Helena, St. Paul, Minne
apolis, Chicago, New York,
Bontoo and all points East
and Southeast ...11:45 pm 7:00 pm
Puget Sound - Kansas cny
Ec. Louis Special, for Ta
coma, Seattle, Spokane.
Butte. Billings. Denver.
Omaha, Kansas City, St.
Louis and all points East
and Southeast 8:30 am 7:00 am
All trains dally except on South Bend branch.
A. D. CHARLTON. Assistant General Pas
senger Agent. 225 Morrison at., corner Third.
For South-Eastern Alaska
LEAVE SEATTLE. 9 P. M.
Steamships COTTAGE CITY.
CITY OF ESEATTLE or CITY
OF TOPEKA. July 2. 6, 10,
14, IS. 22. 28. 30; August 3.
Steamers connect ac San
Francisco with company's
steamers for ports In Cali
fornia, Mexico and Humboldt
Bay. For further Information
obtain folder. Right is reserv
ed to change steamers or sailing, dates.
AGENTS- CHARLES H. GLEIM. 2tfl Wash
ington stTPortland; F. W. CARLETON. 907
Pacino ave.; Tacoma; GEORGE W. AN
DREWS. N. W. Pass. Agent. Ticket Offices 113
James st.. and dock, Seattle. San Francisco
Ticket office. 4 New Montgomery St.. C. D.
DUNANN. Gen. Pass. Agent. San Francisco.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co,
lPf SUNSET Tl
O 0CSZN4SHASTA !
Leaves. UNION DEFOT. Arrives.
Dally. For Maygers. Rainier, Dally. "
S:00 a. rn. Clifton, Astoria. War
2:30p. m. rent on. Flavel, Ham- 11:10 a. as
iSat. mond. Fort Stevens,
only.) Gearhart Park, Seaside.
Astoria and Seashor
7:00 p. m. tsxpress. Dally.
(Except Astoria Express. 0:40 p. m
E. L. LEWIS, J. C. MAYO,
Comm'l Agent. 24S Alder nU G. F. fcr P.
Phone Main 800.