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DRAWING TO A CLOSE
Wheat Harvesting Is
YIELDS ARE ALL SATISFACTORY
Recent Rain. Caused Some -Increase
In "Vermin In Hopyard Gath
ering Third Crop of Alfalfa
Prunes Are Maturing;.
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
fURE, Climate and crop service, Portland,
Jr., Sept. S. The first five days o the
jreek were warm and pleasant and excel
nt for harvesting wheat and hops. On Sat
irday the weathor became showery and un
icttled and light rains occurred in all parts
if the state.
These rains were of great benefit to pas
tures and late potatoes, but they Interfered
with the harvest of Spring wheat, and also
caused an Increase of vermin in the bop
Spring wheat harvest Is drawing to a close
and threshing Is progressing rapidly. The
train yields continue satisfactory, and the
reports from nearly everywhere are that the
Duality Is above average. Hopplcking is be
ing pushed as fast as possible; in fact, some
correspondents say that the hops are being
picked too green. But In general the crop
s ripe, and If is believed will turn out to be
4. good one, although slightly smaller than
lhat of last year.
The third crop of alfalfa Is being harvest
id, with average yields. Stock is in good
iondltlon, and green and stubble feed is now
plentiful. Sugar beets promise well, and
late potatoes are doing splendidly.
Prunes are slowly maturing and the pick
ing" of this crop will become genoral In about
two weeks. Pears are now being harvested,
and the crop is an extra good one. Apples
are doing fairly well.
Knappa, Clatsop County. W. II. Radcllffe
The week was warm, with east wind,
which has dried up pastures; sweet corn
and other vegetables arc doing well; early
apples are ripe, small and poor quality;
Bartlett pears are plentiful, will soon bo
ready to pick; stock looking well.
Bay City. Tillamook County, Captain J.
J. Dawson A light rain fell Friday and Sat
urday, It did no damage, but revived veg
etation; sultry weather, coupled with the
heat from the slashing fires, wilted the gar
den truck some; also, drove the cows from
the open fields Into the brush, and as they
were off their feed the milk supply failed;
potato digging, prune and cranberry pick
ing are in progress.
Myrtle Point, Coos County, L. Strong No
rain has fallen the past week; some thresh
ing done; yields will be good; potato and
corn crops promising; fruit plentiful; milk
6upply at creameries holding up fairly well;
fat beef and mutton plontlful; some grain
hay yet being made.
Apiary. Columbia County, Joseph Hacken
berg Very warm until Saturday, showery
then; the weather is all that can be de
sired for growing crops, but peas are be
ginning to rot at the root, with- the tops
still green; Columbia plumb ripening; crop
good though in consequence of aphis many
plums are rotting on the trees; Italians are
turning color, crop below average; French
prunes will be plentiful.
Forest Grove, R. F. D. No. 1, Washing
ten County. W. A. Clapshaw Weathor very
warm and dry until today, which has been
cloudy, with occasional showers; the grain
has not been hurt by the rain, and Is be
ing rapidly threshed; prunes are a good
crop; hopplcking will bogln next week; early
potatoes being dug, crop good; late pota
toes and turnips growing well; good crop
I of apples.
Gresham, Multnomah County, Mrs. J. J.
Moll 'Weather; fine, with ejtcrly winds
threshing all done in this part of the coun-
ty; all grain yielded fair; Bartlett pears and
prunes are ripening; the crop fs large.
Dayton. Yamhill County, John H. Moore
j- Weather favorable for the harvesting of
the hop crop; considerable mold is reported
In the yards; growers are rushing picking;
the yield will be fully as good as last year;
grain harvesting Is about done; some oats
remain to be threshed; wheat in this local
ity yielded very well; oats are an excel-
I lent crop; corn Is looking well; potatoes
Macleay, Marion County, T. B. Patton
I Fine weather for threshing until Friday,
When rain set in; some throshlng will be fin
ished by the middle of next week; lots of
mold In the hops; if this weather continues
a few days it will spoil all of them; pick
ing began in most all the yards this week;
hops very green.
Table Rod:, Jackson County, S. M. Nea-
lon Threshing finished; the yield fell short
Df what was expected; the quality Is good;
come corn is being cut for fodder; corn on
lowlands shows good cars; rain fell during
last of week, but will bo of no particular
benefit unless sufficient to admit of plowing;
third crop of alfalfa about ready to cut.
Wllderille, Josephine County, J. M. Hoxlo
Hopplcking progressing rapidly in all
yards, quality as good as last yoar, quantity
a little less; no mold or lice to Interfere In
this section, and but little anywhere In
Southern Oregon; will soon cut third crop
af alfalfa; potatoes are being dug.
COLUMBIA RIVER VALLEY.
RIdgeway. Wasco County, M. URen
leather very warm; late peaches and pears
ripening; watermelons and musk melons of
food quality and good crop; third crop of
ilfalfa ready for cutting and a fair yield:
cattle have been gathered, but very little
Wasco, Sherman County, W. C. Morehouse
-Weather fine for harvesting; heading
learly completed; threshing machines very
ausy; wheat turning out well, very little
aut what is No. 1.
Weston, Umatilla County, M. A. Baker
rine weather until "today, which brings
svery Indication of rain; heavy clouds, rough
southwest winds and air thick with dust;
lountaln ranchmen have just begun wheat
mrvest work and do not want rain; fruit
abundant; water supply and pasturage Im
proved since rains.
Clarno, Wheeler County, lu H. Halo Cool
lights, warm and dry during the day; po-
Uoes are good; apples not a heavy prop;
aears good crop; peaches not very plenti
ful; stock is looking well considering the
Is.and City, Union County, J. M. McCall
-The past week has been an Ideal one for
larvcsting and threshing; the quality of tho
In Is excellent, and the yield is fair;
bear harvest Is in progress now and is a
;ood crop; sugar beets are doing well; tho
Iactory will make an average run; Fall seed
ng of Summer fallow has begun.
X.a Grande, Union County, W. F. Gekeler
feather very warm, but cold wind and
fcloudy Saturday; harvest well along; some
belds yield well and othors are rather poor;
pearly all wueat is or a gooa quality.
Owyhee. Malheur County, J. M. Harris
IVeathcr nice and warm; third crop of al
falfa Is In advance of most any year for
lany years back; had a good rain recently;
prunes are a fine crop; apples are very
rormy ana are railing off badly; second
trop of peaches ripening, but a light crop.
EDWARD A. BEALS,
Section Director, Portiand, Or.
RAIX HAS CEASED.
Jnmage Is Conxldcrnulc in
County Hop Yards.
EUGENE, Or.. Sept. 8. (Special.) The
Ins ceased last night and the Indications
Iow point to a spell of good weather. Mold
as already sot in In several hop yards and
:o damage is considerable. Many growers
Ikept all their pickers busy between .showers
wiurt io save everyimng possioio.
Prune growers report that no serious loss
has been caused by the fruit burstlbg, but
tons upon tons of prunes have fallen to the
ground and afew days of hot weather would
cause these to rot, but with cool weather
they could be saved.
The rain has been sufficient to give grass
an excellent start and farmers can begin
their Fall plowing.
Grain. JFlonr, Feed, Etc.
Wheat buying In the interior for Portland
has not opened up very briskly yet this
week. Prices yesterday were quoted steady
and unchanged from Saturday.
WHEAT Walla Walla, 78 78c; bluestem.
Sic: Valley, Sl82c
BARLEY Feed. $19020 per ton; brewing,
121; rolled. $212L50. .
OATS No. 1 white. $1.10; gray, $L05L10
FLOUR Valley, $3.G53.S5 oer barrel, hard
wheat straights. $3.6034.00: hard wheat, pat
ents, $4,203)4.50; Dakota hard wheat, $4.10
S.GU; granam, $X353.75; whole wneat, $3.55tf
4; rye wheat. $4.50.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. ?21 per ton; mid
dlings, $25: shorts, $21; chop, U. S. mills.
$18; linseed dairy food, $19.
HAY Timothy, $14 per ton; clover, nominal;
grain. $10; cheat, nominal.
CEREAL FOODS Flaked oats, EO-pound
racks. $5.30 per barrel; rolled oats, 00-pound
sacks. $4.00C.OO per barrel; 36 two-pound
packages, $3.50 per case; oatxneaf, steelcut,
CO-pound sacks, $7.00 per barrel; 10-pound
sack:. $3.75 per bale; oatmeal, ground, 50
pound sacks, 0.50 per barrel; 10-pound sacks,
$3.50 per bale: split peas. 50-pound sacks, per
cwt.. $5.00; 25-pound boxes, per box, $1.30;
pearl barley, 50-pound sacks, per cwt., $4.60;
25-pound boxes, per box, $1.25; pastry flour,
10-pound sacks, per bale. $2.30.
Batter. Egjfs, Poultry, Etc
The scarcity of eggs continues, some deal
ers being without a single case. While 22
cents was the quoted market, so mo sales
were made at 23 cents. Creamery butter is
also in limited supply and quotations are
firm, but afny advance from present prices
would probably result in Eastern 'butter
coming in.- A small number of coops of
chickens arrived and they sold quickly at
the established values.
BUTTER Fancy creamery, 2527ttc per
pound; dairy, 182yc; store, I510c
CHEESE Full cream, twins. 14c; Young
America. 15&15i;c; factory prices, llc less.
POULTRY Chickens, mixed, 12012J4C per
pound; Spring. 14H14Vic; hens. 12"ifl3c: broil
ers, $2 per dozen; turkeys, live, 10(3 12c per
pound; drersed. I415c; ducks. $4 a 1.50 per
dozen: geese, SS6.50.
EGGS Oregon ranch. 2223c.
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc.
Oregon grapes were offering on Front
street yesterday at $1 per crate. Fancy
California grapes were scarce. Choice
peaches were also in limited supply, but
there was plenty of ordinary stock. A car
of Rogue River melons and Casabas was
on sale. A car of Sacramento sweet po
tatoes was received after business hours
Monday and another from Merced will be on
hand today. There is a scarcity of good
VEGETABLES Turnips, G5c per sack; car
rots, 75c; beets, 9uc per sack; cabbage, liiQ
lVsc; lettuce, bead, 15c per dozen; parsley, per
dozen, 25c; cucumbers, 15c per dozen; toma
toes, C5c per box; caulltlowcr, C5iis5c per
dozen: beans, 4&Dc; green corn, 1520c per
dozen; gxeen j-eas, 4c per pound; egg plant.
RAISINS Loose Muscatel, 4-crown. 7c; 3
layer Muscatel raisins, 7ic; unbleached seed
less Sultans,-"eic; Lonaon layers, 3-crown,
whole boxes of 20 pounds, $1.85; 2-crown, $1.75
POTATOES Oregon, 75GS5c per sack; sweet
OMOMS suverskins, $L151.25 per sack.
HONEY 14 15c per No. 1 frame.
DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporated, 5V-0
6&C per pound; sun-dried, sacks or boxes, Vfi
65c; apricots 8S10c; peaches, 56c; peara,
8Jb6c: prunes. Italian, 44Hc; French, 3Q
3Vic; figs, California blacks, 5c; do white,
74c; Srryrna. 20c; plums, pitted, 45fcc
DOMESTIC FRUIT Apples. 50cG$l per
box; peaches, 60c$l; cantaloupes, Dalles and
Yakima, $1.50 per crate; Casabas, $l.5o
$1.75 per dozen; watermelons, 05 85c per
cwt.; plums, 25gj50c per crate; pears, Boca.
$1.25 .per box; prunes, 25&50c per crate;
grapes, 75c$l per crate.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, $2.7504.50
per box; oranges, sweets, $2.252.75; Valencia,
$3.5084; St. Michaels. $2.75(33.25: grape rrui7
$2.50 per box; bananas. $333.23 per buncn;
pineapples, $3.504 per dozen.
COFFEE Mocna, 2628c; Java, fancy, 263
32c; Java, good, 204ri4c: Java,, ordinary, loa
20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 1S$j2Uc? Costa Rica,
good, lU18c, Costa Rica, ordinary, 1012o
pound; Columbia roast, $16.76; Arbuckie'.
$11.13 list; Lion, $1L13.
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound talis,
$1.65 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; fancy. 1
pound flats, $1.80; -pound flats. $l.lo;
Alaska pink, 1-pound talis, 75c; red, 1-pound
tails, $1.20; sockcye, 1-pound tails, $1.50: l
pound flats, $1.00.
SUGAR Sack basis, per 100 pounds, cube,
$0; powdered. $5.85; dry granulated, $5.75;
extra C, $5.25; golden C, $5.15; less Vic pet
pound for spot cash, advances over sack basU
as follows: Barrels, 10c;. half-barrels, 25c;
boxes. 50c per 100 pounds; maple, 15ldc pet
pound; beet sugar, granulated, $5.65 per 100
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1, $5.87K No. 2,
$5.50: Carolina head. $7.75; broken head, $4.00
.NUTS Peanuts. 6c per pound for raw, 8
Sfcc for roasted; cocoanuts, SSSOOc per dozen
walnuts, 15'ic per pound; plnenuts, 10 12&c;
hickory nuts, 7c; Brazil nuts, 10c; filberts.
15&l0c: fancy pecans, ITc; almonds, 14015c:
SALT Liverpool, 50s, 45c per sack; half
ground, per ton, BOs, $14.50; 100s, $14.00
Worcester salt, bulk, 320s, $5.00 per barrel
linen sacks. 50, 80c per sack; bales, 2a, 3i 4s' I
5s and 10s, $2.10 per bale. ' '
WHEAT SACKS In lots of 100. 5$ic !
Meats cud Provisions.
BEEF 5fc:87c per pound.
VEAL Small, 8J4c; large, 07&c per pound.
MUTTON Dressed, 653&ijc; lambs, dressed,
PORK Dressed, SffSHc
HAMS 104J14 pounds, 16c per pound; 1410
pounds, 15Vic per pound: 18&20 pounds, none;
California (picnic), lOVic; cottage hams, none;
Union hams, 46 pounds average, none; shoul
ders, lOVtc; boiled hams, 22c; boiled picnic
hams, boneless. 16c
BACON Fancy breakfast, 20c; standard,
breakfast,18c; choice, 16V4c; English breakfast
bacon, 11 (J 14 pounds, 15c
DRY SALT MEATS Regular short clears,
30?ic. llc smoked; clear backs, 10hc salt,
115ic smoked; Oregon exports, 2o25 pounds
average. llc dry salt, l2V4c smoked; Union
butts. 10&1S pounds average. 9c dry salt, 10c
LARD Kettle rendered, tierces. 11c: tubs.
llKc; COs, HUc; 20s. 115(,c: 10s. Hfcc; c3t
llc Standard pure Tierces. 10&c; tubs.
I09ic; 50s. 10?ic: 20s, 10c; 10s, ll4c; 5s,
lOc Compound Tierces, 8c; tubs, 8hc
SAUSAGE Portland, ham, 13c per pound;
minced ham 10c; Summer, choice dry, 17fec;
bologna, long, 7c; weinerwurst, 8c; liver, 6c;
pork. 10c; blood, 6c; headcheese, 6c; bologna
sausage, link, 7c
PICKLED GOODS Portland pigs' feet.
barrels. $5; -barrels, $2.85; 15-pound kits,
$1.25. Tripe, -barrels, $5.50: U-barrels, $2.75;
15-pound kits, $1; pigs tongues, -barrel, $6;
-barrel, $3; 15-pound kit, $1.25. Lambs
tongues, -barrel. $S.25; "4,-barrel, $4.75; 15
pound kit, $2.25.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1002 crop, 2021c; 1903, 20c per
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 45c;No- 2
uid grease, 2(?3c
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pound and up.
15Vic per pound; dry kip. No. 1, 5 to 15
ounds. 12c; dry calf. No. 1, under 5 pounds,
16c; dry salted, bulls and stags, one-third lei
than dry flint; salted hides, steers, sound, 60
pounds and over. 89c: 50 to 60 pounds, 79Sc;
under 50 pounds and cows, 7c; stags and bullk,
sound, 55c; kip. sound. 15 and 20 pounds,
7c; under 10 pounds, 8c; green (unsalted), lo
per pound less; culls, 1c per pound less; horse
hides, salted, each, $1.50Q:2.00: dry, each, $1.00
61.50; colts hides, each, 2550c: goat skins,
common, each, 1015c; Angora, wlti wool on,
WOOL Valley. 17??lSc; Eastern Oregon. 12
15c; mohair, 3537iSc
COAL OIL Pearl or astral oil. cases, 22c
per gallon; water white oil. Iron barrels, 15Hc;
wood barrels, 18c; eocene oil, cases, 24c;
elalne oil. cases, 27c; extra star, cases. 23c;
headlight oil, 175 degrees, cases, 24c; iron bar
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 24Hc: Iron
barrels, iSc; 80 degrees gasoline, cases. ZStfc;
Iron barrels, 22c.
BENZINE 63 degrees, cases, 22c; Iron bar
LINSEED OIL-Pure raw. in barrels, 44c;
genuine kettle boiled, in barrels, 46c; pure raw
oil, in cases, 49c: genuine kettle boiled. In
cases, 51c; lots of 250 gallons, lc less per gal
lon. TURPENTINE In cases, 78c; wood barrels,
74c; iron barrels, 72c: 10-case lots, 77c
LEAD Collier Atlantic white and red -lead
In lots of 500 pounds or more, 6c; less than 500
Dried Fruit nt Kerr York!
NEW YORK. Sept. 8. Tho market for
evaporated apples is quiet under a light de
mand and is weak In tone. Common are
quoted at 45c; prime, GU5c; choice,
00Hc; fancy, G7c
Spot prunes are quiet, but steady at prices
ranging from 34 Q 7c for all sizes.
Apricots are Arm and continue to attract
a fair Jobbing demand. Choice are quoted
at 095;c; extra choice, S10Vic and
Peaches are quiet and unchanged; choice
quoted at 7S?ic; extra choice, 78c J
THE 1I0ENING OREG01S1AN. WEDNESDAY,
INTEREST IS LACKING
UNUSUAL DULLNESS CHARACTER
IZES STOCK MARKET.
"Buying of Atchison Shares Resumed.
Good Hallway Earnings Re
NEW YORK, Sept. 8. Unusual dullness,
even for this period of the year, 'character
ized today's stock market. Elements of In
terest were entirely lacking and the vol
ume of business was disappointingly small
In view of the triple holiday and apparent
Intention of tho Secretary of the Treasury
to relieve any strain on the Fall movement
of currency. Last week's buying of Atch
ison shares was resumed and some activity
was shown by Canadian Pacific, Southern
Pacific Rock Island and Wabash preferred.
The early afternoon brought a movement in
several of tho specialties, North American
advancing 2j4, Colorado Fuel 1 and Con
solidated -Gas 1H. No significance attached
to the advance In these shares. Some of the
early selling of Amalgamated Copper -was
traced to houses with Boston connections.
The stock closed at the lowest figure of the
day In spite of an advance in the price of
the metal at home and abroad. In tho final
hour, there was some short selling of such
stocks as St, PauL Atchison, Rock Island,
the WCstem group generally and Brooklyn
Rapid Transit, Induced in part by reports of
labor trouble on tho Lehigh Valley. The
market closed dull and heavy.
Some excellent railway earnings were re
ported, notably St. Paul, which showed a net
increase for July of over $260,000; New
York Central, Norfolk & Western and Mex
ican Central, Texas & Pacific and some of
the minor stocks also showed gains In gross
The feature of the foreign 'exchango mar
ket was the appearance for the first time
this year of bills covering shipments of
"spot cotton." These did not appear, how
ever, In quantities sufficient to weaken rates
for exchange, which held firm at $4.8650 fori
demand. But the very fact that such bills
were released was taken to mark tho be
ginning of a larger export movement for
that staple. Exchange brokers for weeks
have been looking forward to the Inaugu
ration of this movement as affording the
best basis for depressing the sterling mar
ket to a level whore gold could be used as
a form of remittance.
Locally, the monetary situation was un
changed. Additional gold imports from
Australia were reported and further pay
ments for gold deposited at San Francisco
were made by the subtreasury.
The bond market was rather quiet and
showed some lrrogularlty in the early deal
ings. Total sales, par value, $1,205,000.
United States new 4s advanced & per cent
and the 2s per cent on tho last call.
STOCKS. 2 3- ? 22.
Baltimore & Ohio
Central of New Jersey.
Chesapeake & Ohio ....
Chicago Sl Alton
Chicago & Great West.
do B pfd
Chicago & Northwestn
Chicago Terminal & Tr.
C C. C. & St. Louis
Colorado Southern ....
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Delaware & Hudson ..
Del., Lack. & Western.
Denver & Rio Grande.
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Great Northern, pfd ...
Kansas City Southern.
Louisville & Nashville..
Metropolitan Street Ry.
Minicapolla & St, Louis
.Missouri I'aclflc .......
M.. K. & T
Nat. R. R. of Mex.. pfd
New York Central ....
Norfolk & Western ...
Ontario & Western ....
Pittsburg. C. C. & St- L
do 1st pfd
do 2d Pfd
St. L. & S. F., 1st pfd
no -a via
St. Louis Southwestern'
Southern Railway .....
Texas & Pacific
Toledo, St, L. & West.
Wheeling & Lake Erie.
Wisconsin Central ....
Amalgamated Copper ..
American car & round
American Linseed Oil.
American Locomotive .
American Smelt. & Ref
Anaconda Mining Co. .
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Col. & Hock. Coal ..
Consolidated Gas ....
General Electric ....
International Paper .
do ofd ,
National Biscuit ....
National Lead ......
North American . ...
Pressed Steel Car ....
Pullman Palace Car
Rubber Goods ,
do pfd ,
Tean. Coal & Iron ..
U. S. Leather, pfd
United States Rubber
United States Steel ..
"Western Ulon ......
Total sales for the day, 2S4.500 shares.
U. S. ref. 2s.
reg.l0Sj Atchison adj. 4s. 00
do coupon .
U. S. 3s, reg.
C & N.W. con. 7s.:
D. & R. G. 4s.
North. Pacific 4s.:
U. S. new 4s,
U. S. old 4s,
U. S. 5s, reg.
do coupon .
South. Pacific 4s.
Union Pacific 4s.
West Shore 4s...
Wis. Central 4s.
Stocks at London.
LONDON, Sept. 8. Consols for money,
89 9-10; do for account, S3 11-16.
Anaconda 4 J Norfolk & West
Atchison 69 do pfd
do pref 94Ont. & Western
Bait- & Ohio ..
Can. Pacific ..
Chesa. & Ohio
Chi.. Gt. West
C M. & St. P
05fe Pennsylvania . .
128 Rand Mines ...
17 do 1st pfd ...
147; do 2d pfd ....
"OA: RnnthAm T?v
D. &. Rio Grande
U. S. Steel
do 1st pfd ..
do 2d pfd ...
111. Central ...
L. & X.
K. & T. ..
Daily Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, Sept, 8. Today's state
ment of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balances $235,284,092
Money, Exchange, etc.
LONDON, Sept. 8. Bar silver, quiet,
26d per ounce.
Money, 12 per cent. The rate of dis
count In, tho. open market for short bills
Is 3 03 per cent; do for three months'
bills, 3 3 9-10 percent.
NEW YORK, Sept. 8. Prime mercantile
paper, 505 per cent; sterling exchange,
steady, with actual business In bankers' bills
at $4.864504.8650 for demand, and at $4-8310
for 60 days. Posted rates, $4.84 4.S5. Com
mercial bills, $4. S3.
Bar silver, 50 c
Mexican dollars, 45 c
Bonds Government, firmer; railroad,
Money on call, steady at 22 per cent;
close bid offered at 2 per cent; tlmo
money, steady; 60 days, 4"4 per cent; 00
days, 4 5 per cent; six months, 50 per
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. Sterling on
London, 60 days, $4.S3; do sight, $4.S7.
v Clearings. Balances.
Portland $932,808 $172,163
Seattle 783.105 144,123
Tacoma 372.0S2 39,427
Spokane 480,540 29,556
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKETS.
Wheat Opens Strong, hut Scarcely
Rallies After Selling Off.
CHICAGO, Sept. S. Wheat was strong at
the opening, ihtluenccd by bad weather In
the Northwest, December being c
higher at 82 to 82 Sc. There was but little
rallying power after the market had sold
oft, and the close was but a shade above
the bottom at 81c, a loss of c from
Friday's final figures.
News from the corn belt today was ex
tremely bearish and predictions of light
frosts In Kansas and Nebraska tonight had
but little effect against the Summer-like
weather of the past three days. The De
cember option sold off from 52c at the
opening to 50 c steadying a trifle at the
close at 51c, a loss of '4 c
Oats were affected to some extent by the
weakness In corn. Local longs and commis
sion houses led the selling, but small re
ceipts and some unfavorable .crop news pre
vented a largo decline. December closed
c lower at 3737c.
The nearby deliveries in provisions were
strong, packers selling tho deferred product.
The damand was sufficient to hold prices,
however, with the exception of pork, which
due to tho weakness In corn, showed a loss.
October pork was 5 cents higher, lard was
up 1215c, and ribs 22 25c higher.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low.. Close.
Sept. (new) ...$0.80 $0.80 $0.80 $0.80
Dec, (new) 82 .82 .81 .81
May 84 .84 .84 .84
Sept. -.52 .52- .52 .52
Dec. 51 .52 .50 .51
May 52 .52 .51 .51
Sept. 30 .30 .33 .35
Dec 37 .37 .37 .37
May SS .39 .38 .3S
Sept, 12.03 12.70 12.65 12.70
Oct 12.80 12.87 12.77 12.77
May 13.30 13.30 13.22 13.25
Sept. 8.80 8.95 8.80 8.95
Oct 7.82 7.85 7.82 7.85
Jan 7.12 7.20 7.07 7.20
Sept, 8.20 8.35 8.20 8.27
Oct, 8.17 8.50 8.15 8.40
Jan 0.87 6.87 6.80 0.80
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Firm. '
Wheat No. 2 Spring, 78c; No. 3, 81c; No. 2
Corn No. 2, 5152c; No. 2 yellow, 51c.
Oats No. 3 white, 3637c
Rye No. 2, 54c
Barley Good feeding, 4451c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1, 95c; No. 1 Northwestern,
Timothy seed Prime, $3.70.
Mess pork Per barrel, $12.7012.75.
Lard Per 100 pounds, $8.90S8.95.
Short ribs sldcsLoose, $S.328.37.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed, $6.757.
Short clear sides Boxed, $S.12S.25.
Clover Contract grade, $9.15.
Flour, barrels 42.400 37.000
Wheat, bushels 301.000 101.810
Com. bushels 767,800 547,900
Oats, bushels , 512,000 993,400
Rye, bushels 7,500
Barley, bushels 71,500
Grain and Produce at Pievr York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 8. Flour Receipts,
47,617 barrels; exports, 41,176 barrels; mar
ket quiet, but steady. Winter patents, $3.90
4.30; Winter straights. $3.603.90.
Whca't Receipts, 164,075 bushels; exports,
16,000 bushels. Spot, steady; No. 2 red, 80c
elevator and 88c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 North
ern Dulutb, 01 c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard
Manitoba. 94c f. o. b. afloat. The market
closed weak and c net lower. May
closed 8Sc; September closed 87c; De
cember closed 87 c
Butter Receipts. 13,810 packages (two'
days); market, firm; state dairy, 1418c;
Bggs Receipts, 10,555 packages (two
days); market, steady; Western extras. 23c;
do firsts, 22c; do thirds to seconds, 1721c
Cheese Receipts, 0178 packages; firm;
new state full cream and fancy small col
ored, 10c; do white, 10c; do large col
ored, 10c; do white, 10 c.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. -Wheat mar
Wheat Shipping, $1.45; milling, $1.50
Barley Feed, $1.13 L15; brewing,
Oats Red. $1.2001.35; white, $1.32;
black, $1.15 1.25.
Wheat Steady; December, $1.43;
Barley Firm; December, $1.15;
$113 1.15. -
Corn Large yellow, $1.551.60.
European Grain Markets.
LIVERPOOL, Sept, 8. Wheat, steady;
wheat In Paris, steady; flour in Paris, quiet;
French country markets, quiet; weather in
LONDON, Sept. 8. Wheat Cargoes on
passage, quiet and steady; English country
markets, quiet. Imports wheat into United
Kingdom, 451,000 quarters; flour, 261,000
barrels; wheat and flour on passage to
United Kingdom, 1,890,000; to Continent.
Good Grain Harvest In Russia.
fT. PETERSBURG, Sept, 8. The Finance
Minister estimates the grain harvests in mil
lion poods (a pood Is 40 pounds), as fol
lows: Winter wheat 300
Spring wheat 430
Winter rye j50
gats : 650
The harvests exceed tho poor averages of
the years 1897 to 1901. being about five
sixths of last year's yield, which was an Im
provement over the past years.
Visible Supply ot Grain.
NEW YORK, Sept. S. The vlslblo supply
of grain Saturday, September 5, as com
piled by the New York Produce Exchange,
Is as fellows:
Oats . ,
Rye . .
Sales of Valley "Wheat.
LEBANON, Or.. Sept. 8. Sales of wheat
at this place have been quite heavy for the
past ten days. Tho farmers seem to think
that 75 cents Is good money and a majority
of them are selling their wheat as fast as
they can deliver it at the warehouse.
y Tacoma "Wheat.
TACOMA. Scpti S. Wheat, unchanged;
bluestem, 85c; club, 82c.
Admission Hay at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept- S. Tomorrow be
ing a stato holiday, the various exchanges
will be closed.
SEPTEMBEK 9, 1903.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
HOLIDAY TOXE STILL PERVADES
THE GRAIN TRADE.
Exchanges Will Also Be Closed To
day, Admission Day Firmness
in Fresh Fruits.
SAN FRANCISCO, CaL, Sept. 8. Special.)
Holiday Influences caused a quiet market
Wheat was fairly steady and barley showed
Increased firmness.' Arrivals of tho latter
S-ere heavy, but came chiefly to local ex
porters, who had bought in the country.
Oats held firm pending tho opening of Gov
ernment bids on the 10th, Flour was firm.
Bran was easy and hay weak, receipts of
(the latter being large. Tomorrow, Admis
sion day, will be another holiday, and there
will be no market reports for grain or other
Fresh deciduous fruits of choice quality
were in light supply and firmer under good
demand. Old stock, accumulated since Sat
urday, was quiet and easy. Black muscat
and Tokay grapes were in sharp demand for
the Victoria steamer and sold higher. Fancy
peaches were scarce' and rose sharply.
Strictly cholco apples and pears continued
firm. Other fruits In good condition sold
well in the local trade, retailers stocking
up for the coming holiday.
Tho demand for Burbank potatoes was
limited and prices were easy under large re
ceipts. Sweet potatoes wero firmer, a straight
carload of Mcrceds selling quickly. Onions
were In better demand and firmer. Toma
toes wero steady. Lima beans wero very
weak, other vegetables being quiet and
Poultry was In good demand and firm
for good stock. Butter and eggs were firm.
Cheese was easy. Receipts for threo days,
78,000 pounds butter, 20,000 pounds cheese,
40,000 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 25 40c: gar
lic, 23c; green peas, l3c; string beans,
23s; tomatoes, 30075c; onions, 3550c;
egg plant, 30 50c.
POULTRY Turkeys, gobblers. 20022c;
roosters, old, $4.505; do young. $4.506;
broilers, small, $2.503; do large, $3 3.50;
fryers, $3.5004.50; hens. $4.505.u0; ducks,
old, $304; do young, $3.50 04.50.
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 2S20c; do
seconds, 27c; fancy dairy, 25c; do seconds,
EGGS Store, 23025c; fancy ranch, 30c;
Eastern, 23 24c
WOOI, Nevada, 12015c; mountain, 100
CHEESE California cream Cheddar, 120
12c; Young America, 13 014c; Eastern.
HAY" Wheat, $10014.50; wheat and oat.
$10013; barley, $8011; alfalfa, $S.5011.50;
clover, $9010; stock, $809; straw, per bale,
FRUITS Apples, choice, $1.10; do com
mon, 25c; bananas, $13; Mexican limes,
$6; California lemons, choice, $2.75; do com
mon. $1; pineapples, $1.50 02.50.
POTATOES River Burbanks, 00090c;
Salinas Burbanks, $101.40; sweets, $1.85
MILLSTUFFS B ran, $23.50024.50; Mid
dlings, $26.50 028.
RECEIPTS Flour, 31.3SS quarter sacks;
wheat, 2640 centals; barley, 82.091 centals;
oats, 7040 centals; beans, 868 sacks; corn,
1345 centals; potatoes, 9015 sacks; bran, 980
sacks; middlings, 127 sacks; hay, 2220 tons;
wool, 226 bales; hides, 1203.
Receipts and RuUner Prices at Port
land Union Stockyards.
Receipts at tho Portland Union stockyards
yesterday were: 87C sheep, 63 hogs and 52
cattle. There was no change in quotations.
The following prices were quoted at tho
CATTLE Best steers, $3.75; medium, $3
03.50; cows, $2.50 02.75.
HOGS Heavy (175 pounds and up),
$6.25; medium fair hogs, $5.50 0 6.
SHEEP Best wethers, $2.75; mixed shoop,
Prices Current nt Cliicuso, Omaha
and Knnsos City.
CHICAGO, Sept. 8. Cattle Receipts 5000,
including 500, Texans and 500 - Westerns.
Market, slow. Good to prime steers, $5.40
06.05; nominal; poor to medium, $4 0 5.25;
stockers and feeders, $2.50 04.15; cows, $1.50
4.40: heifers. $24.75; canners, $1.50
2.60; bulls. $204.50; calves, $3.50 0 6.75;
Texas-fed steers, $3.25 0 4.60; Western steers,
Hogs Receipts today, 13,000; tomorrow,
25,000. Market opened strong to steady.
Good to choice heavy, $5.65 06.95; rough
heavy, $5.2005.00; light, $5.0006.20; bulk
of sales, $5.60 0 5.80.
Sheep Receipts, 26,000. Market for sheep
and. lambs, steady to 10c lower. Good to
choice wethers, $3.25 0 3.75; fair to cholco
mixed, $2.2303; Western sheep, $2.7503.50;
native lambs, $3.7505.83; Western lambs,
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 8. Cattle Receipts,
16,000, Including 3000 Texans. Market,
weak. 10c lower. Native steers, $405.00;
Texas and Indian steers, $2.7003.00; Texas
cows, $1.00 2.S5; native cows and heifers,
$1.50 04; stockers and feeders, $2.2004.30;
bulls, $203.50; calves, $2.5005.40.
Hogs Receipts, 6000. Market, steady and
strong. Bulk of sales, $5.6505.83; heavy,
$5.62 5.75; packers, $5.72 3.90; medi
um, $5.805.90; light, $5.853.90; Yorkers,
$5.855.00; pigs, $5597.
Sheep Receipts, 4000. Market, steady.
Muttons, $2.0004; lambs, $2.90 5.25; range
wethers, $2.40 0 3.90; ewes, $2.30 0 3.75.
OMAHA, Sept- a Cattle Receipts, 6000.
Market slow, 10clower. Native steers, $4.25
5.65; cows and heifers, $304.15; West
ern steers, $304.40; Texas steers, $2,750
3.65; canners, $1.50 02.25; stockers and feed
ers, $2.75 04.35; calves, $305; bulls, stags,
Hogs Receipts. 8000. Market 5c higher.
Heavy, $5.4005.55; mixed. $5.4505.30; light.
5.30 0 5.85; pigs, $5 0 5.50; bulk of sales,
'Sheep Receipts, 10.000. Market, steady.
Fed muttons. $3.3003.65; wethers, $303.43;
ewes, $2.50 0 3.20; common and stockers, $2
03.50; lambs) $3.7504.75.
BOSTON, Sept. 8. The wool market hero
has been quiet this week for large lots, but
the small parcels make a fair movement
Prices are very firm, so much so that the
mills hesitate to operate, believing that
lower prices must prevail before long, and,
as a result, there is no speculative buying
in the market. Quotations:
Territory Idaho fine, 14015c; fine medi
um, 1417c; medium, IS 10c Wyom
ing fine, 1415c; fine medium. 16017c;
medium, 18 019c Utah and Neada fine,
13016c; fine medium. 17017c; medium,
10020c Dakota fine, 15016c; fine medium,
1617c; medium, 17020c Montana fine
choice, 21022c; fine, 21022c; fine average,
18019c; fine medium choice, 20021c; staple,
20 021c; medium choice, 21022c.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 8. Wool Unchanged;
Territory and Western mediums, 10lSc;
fine medium, 1517c; fine, 15010c
NEW YORK. Sept- 8. Spot tin declined
15s to 122 12s 6d in London and futures
lost 17s 6d, closing at 121 5s. Locally, tin
was without Important change, closing at
Spot copper was unchanged at 58 2s 6d
In London, as compared with last Friday,
but futures were 3s 9d higher at 57 10s.
Locally, copper was unchanged; Lake Is
quoted at 13.73 13.87 c; electrolytic,
13.62 13.73, and casting at 13.37
Lead was 2s Od higher at 11 0s 3d at
London, but the local prlco was unchanged
Spelter advanced 2s 6d in London, but
remained unchanged at 6c in New York.
Iron closed at 51s Cd in Glasgow, and
47s Od In Mlddlesboro. Locally, Iron was
unchanged and more or less nominal. No.
.1 foundry Is quoted at $17017.50; No. 2
foundry Northern. $10.30017; No. 1 foundry
Southern and do soft. $16.50010.75.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. Sept. 8. The market for
coffee futures closed unchanged to 5 points
higher. Sales. 5250 bags, including Sep
tember, $3.90; October, $4; November, $4.10;
December, $1.3004.40; July. $4.00. Spot,
firm: No. 7 Rio, 5c; mild, quiet; Cordova,
Sugar Raw, firm; fair refining. 3c; cen
trifugal, 96 test, 3c: molasses sugar, 3c;
refined, steady; crushed, $5.60; powdered,
$3.10; granulated. $5.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Sept, S. The cotton futures
market closed steady at a decline of 9 to
31 points. September, 10.6Sc; October, 9.72c;
November and December, 9.56c; January and
February. 9.53c; March, 0.51c ,
Spot closed quiet, 25 points lower; mid
dling uplands. 12.23c; middling Gulf. 12.50c;
soles, 3278 bales.
Manhattan Elevated Dividend.
NEW YORK. Sept, 8. The regular quar
terly dividend of Manhattan Elevated Rail
road stock of 1 per cent was declared today.
Dairy Produce at Chicago.
CHICAGO, Sept, 8. On the Produce Ex
change today the. butter market was firm;
creameries, 14017c; dairies, 13017c Cheese,
9llc Eggs, firm. 1017c
NEW YORK. SeptT S. Closing quotations to
day were as follows:
Adams Con. ...$0.10
Little Chief $0.07
Brunswick Con. .03
Con., Cal. & Va. 1.35
Sierra Nevada ... .60
Small Hopes 25
Horn Silver .... 1.00
Iron Silver .... 1.50
Leadvillo Con... .02
BOSTON, Sept. 8.
Following are the closing
Amalgamated . .
501 Santa Fe Copper
Cal. & Hecla
uu i. amaracic
87 United States....
00 j Wolverine
Copper Range ..
Isle Royal o ....
Mlsflourians Meet Tonight.
Tho "Missouri Society will meet tonight
In Auditorium Hall, on Third street, near
Salmon. Members of the Ohio Society and
their friends aro invited to be present.
An entertaining- musical programme has
been arranged. The Ohio Society has
had a thriving existence since it came into
being three years ago and the Missourlans
will endeavor to go the Ohloans one -better.
The Missouri- Society was formed
chiefly as an auxiliary to the Lewis arid.
Clark Fair. Already it ha3 200 mem
bers. The exercises tonight will have
special reference to the Fair, Addresses
will be delivered by "W. D. Fenton, presi
dent of the Missouri Society, and by W.
M. Cake, president of the Ohio Society.
Left His Hat Behind.
A burglar who left his hat and coat
behind him broke Into the residence of
Mrs. N. A.Alexander,233 East Sixth street,
north. Monday morning. When the
family visited the basement later in the
day they were surprised to find a 7 hat
and a pepper-and-salt coat lying on the
floor. From the appearance of the cellar
some one hau forced his way into it and
made his bed there for the night. Nothing
had been stolen, and no noise was heard.
There was nothing to show for the burg
lar's visit except the hat and coat. The
police have the puzzling property in their
possession and It awaits an owner.
Consolidated Roads Incorporate.
ST. PAUL, Sept. 8. Articles of incor
poration of the Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Sault Ste. Marie Hallway Companies, a
formal consolidation of the roads em
braced by the Soo system, were filed with
the Secretary of State today. The new
company is to have a capital stock of
$21,000,000. Stock in the consolidated com
pany Is to bo exchanged for that of the
Orictnnl and OrIt GeaaJne.
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Steamer Geo. W. Elder. From
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Steamer Columbia, Sep- Dock,
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Daily, For Maygers, Rainier, Dally.
8:30 a. m. Clifton, Astoria, War-
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Phone Main 007.