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THE -MOKNING OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1903.
CROPS ARE SECURED
Only the Prunes Remain to
Be Harvested.' "
LAST WEATHER BUREAU REPORT
Seeding: of Fall Grain in Colombia
River Valley Stock Generally
in Fine Condition Variable
Yield ot Potatoes. "v
As tho staplo crops of the state have
either been secured or else are practically
Bafe from future adverse "weather condi
tions, the weekly crop bulletin o tho
"Weather Bureau here will, after this week,
be discontinued until next Spring. Tho last
Issue, printed yesterday, said:
Light rains fell in the Willamette Valley
and along the coast during tho early part
of the week, hut otherwise the weather
throughout the state was dry and pleasant.
Tho days were warm, but tho nights, as a
rule, were cool, and frost occurred in East
ern Oregon and in, scattered localities of
Southern Oregon on one or two mornings;
they did no damage of consequence.
The weather was very favorable for
threshing, and this work was actively
pushed to completion. Prune picking and
drying also made satisfactory progress. It
will require about a week or ten days more
to complete the prune harvest; the crop
this year is an excellent one, both in quality
and quantity. But little plowing or seeding
has been done yet west of the Cascade
Mountains, owing to the dry condition of the
soil. In the Columbia River Valley and in
$ome sections of the Grand Hondo Valley
the seeding of fall grain has progressed rap
Idly. More rain is needed in Western Oro
gon before fall plowing will become general.
The corn crop continues to do nicely, and
some fields are now ready for the silo. Po
tato digging has begun, with variable yields.
In some sections the crop is turning out
well, whjle in others, especially along the
coast the average yield will be very light,
owing to blight and rot.
Stock Is doing well and is generally in
fine condition. A good rain would benoflt
pastures, but as. a rule feed Is plentiful, es
pecially on the ranges. Some green feeding
is being done in the dairy districts to keep
up the supply of milk.
Beans are being harvested; with good re
sults. The third crop of alfalfa turned out
well, and was secured in good condition.
Pears and plums continue to yield satis
factorily and art Wing marketed as rapidly
as possible. Apples are only fair, and In
some counties they are dropping badly.
General Crop Report.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 20. The Weather
Bureau's weekly crop bulletin says:
The principal corn states have experienced
weather conditions exceptionally favorable
for maturing late corn, and while frosts
have been quite general over the central and
eastern portions of the corn belt, no mate
rial damage Is Indicated. Probably less than
20 per cent of the corn orop is unmatured,
and while the proportion yet exposed to In
Jury in Dakota. Minnesota and Wisconsin Is
greater, the Immature will make good feed;
farther south only a very small part of tho
crop Is still toft.
While conditions have been favorable
for threshing in the Spring wheat region,
reports of dampness of grain In shock as a
result of previous rains continue. Harvest
is now completed on the Northern Pacific
Coast and threshing has advanced.
With generally seasonable temperatures
over ncariy the entire cotton belt, a large
part of the cotton crop has already been
gathered. Cool nights and tho very gen
eral prevalence ot drouth la the central and
western districts have been detrimental and
rust and shedding continue to be extensive
Fair Amount of Business Done at
BostonLondon Sales Clone.
BOSTON, Sept. 20. There has been a fair
amount of business done in the wool mar
ket yds week, though in medium-sized
Jots. Buyers are taking only enough wool
io supply tho current needs of their mills.
Prices are firm, with practically no change
from last week. Quotations: Territory,
Idaho fine, 1415c; fine medium, 10
ISHc; medium, lS19c; Wyoming fine, 14
15c; fine medium. 1CV4 VTc; medium,
lS19c; Utah arid Nevada, fine 130 10c;
line medium, 17lSc; medium, 1921c;
Montana, fine choice. 2021c; fine medium
choice, 2021e; staple, 2021c; medium
LONDON, Sept. 29. The .fifth sories of the
wool auction sales closed today, with offer
ings of 10,003 bales. There was a full at
tendance. Competition was keen and the
advances -w ere maintained and the prices at
the close were firm. During th series, fine
merinos were unchanged and faulty merinos
were irregular throughout, but closed bet
ter. Scoured and greasy were in -strong
demand, closing unchanged to 5 per cent
higher than the last scries. Fine cross
breds, which -were unchanged at tho "open
ing, advanced 5 per cent. Medium cross
breds opened 5 per centto 7 per cent and
coarse 5 per cent higher and final rates
were respectively 10 and 15 per cent above
the July average price. Fh.er scourcds and
slipes were unchanged, medium 3 per cent
to z per cent and coarse 10 per cent
higher. South African wool sold indifferent
ly, as the offerings were largely faulty and
inferior grades. The opening, with the ex
ception of common greasles, was 3 per cent
lower, but later hardened and scourcds and
finer clothing greasy closed unchanged from
the July pricos. During the series, 80.000
bales were taken by the home trade, 70,000
for tho continent, 1000 for American and
7000 were held over for the next sales.
ST. LOUIS, SopL 29. Wool, nominal; ter
ritory and Western medium, 17lSc; fine
medium, 1517c; fine, 15lGc
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
The wheat market continues to hold its
own and some Increase in trading is report
ed. There Is no big movement and no large
lots are being sold, but the aggregate of
business Is more satisfactory than it was a
WHEAT Walla Walla, 73c; bluestcm,
77c; Valley, 77c. ,
BARLEY Feed, $1920 per ton; brewing,
$21; rolled. $2121-S0.
OATS No. 1 white, 1.10; gray, ?11.05
FLOUR Valley, $3.753.S5 - per barrel,
hard wheat straights, $3.754.10; hard
wheat patents. ?4.204.50; Dakota hard
wh6at, $4.8585.00: graham, $3".233.75;
whole wheat. $3.354; rye wheat; $4.50.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $20 per ton; mid
dlings. $24: shorts, $20: chop, U. S. mills,
$18: linseed, dairy food, $19.
HAT Timothy, $15 per ton; clover, $12;
grain. $10; cheat. $10.
CEREAL FOODS Flaked oats. 90-pound
sacks, $5.30 per barrel; rolled oats, 90-pound
sacks. $4.906 per barrel; 30 two-pound
packages, $3.50 per case; oatmeal, steclcut.
50-pound sacks, $7- per barrel; 10-pound
sacks. $3.75 per bale; oatmeal, ground, 30
pound sacks, $0.50 per barrel; 10-pound
sacks, $3.50 per bale; split peas, 50-pound
sacks, per cwt, $3; 25-pound boxes, per
box, $1.30; pearl barley, 50-pound sacks, per
cwt., $4.50; 25-pound boxes, par box, $L23;
pastry flour, 10-pound sacks, per bale, $2,301
Bntter, Efirgs, Poultry, Etc.
Receipts of all kinds of farm produce are
liberal, which tends rather to weaken the
market. In poultry the most strength ,1s
shown In turkeys, which are In fairly good
demand at 14 1,5 cnts. Chickens are poor
sale. Eggs and butter are as last 'quoted,
with plenty of Eastern on tho market. .
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 2527c per
pound: daliy. 1820c; jstbre. 1516c.
CHEESE Full cream, twins. 144c;
Toung America, 15($lGc; factory prices, 1
POULTRY Chickens, .mixed. llllc
per pound: Spring, 12 13c; hens. 11
c: broilers, ?L75 per doAn; turkeys, live,
1415c per pound; dressed. 16lSc; ducks,
$5C?6 per dozen; geese, $C7. '
EGGS Oregon'- ranch, 24c; Eastern, fresh,
23ftQ24c; Eastern, April. 2223c.
Vegetables, Fruits, Etc.
A good trade was done in fresh fruits, of
which nearly all kinds wero plentiful. The
watermelon season is practically over and
dealers are taking out their bins. Potatoes
aro steady, with only a fair demand. Onions
VEGETABLES Turnips. C5c per sack;
carrots, 75c; beets, 90c per sack; cabbage,
ll&c; -lettuce, head, 15c per dozens pars
ley, per dozen, 25c; cucumbers, 15c per doz
en; tomatoes, oUG74UC per dox; cauiiuuwcr,,
60cf$l per dozen; beans, 4 woe; green corn,
15 20c per dozen; green peas, 4c per pound;
egi? plant, 4c; celery, 7c; pumpkins. 1
ONIONS Yellow Danvers, 7fr80c per
HONEY 14 15c per No. 1 frame.
POTATOES Oregon, G575c per sack;
sweet potatoes, 22,c
RAISINS Loose Muscatel. 4-crown. 7c;
3-Iayer Muscatel raisins, 7c; unbleached
seedless Sultans, G?c; London layers, 3
crown, whole boxes of 20 pounds, $1.85; 2
DRIED FRUITS Apples. evaporated,
50V4c per pound: sundrled, sacks or
boxes, 45c; apricots, 8310c; peaches,
50c; pears, S84c; prunes, Italian, 4
4c: French," 33c; figs. California
blacks, 5c; do white. 7c; Smyrna, 20c;
plums, pitted, 45Hc
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples, 50c$l per
box; peaches, 60c$l; cantaloupes. 50(g75c
per crate; Casabas. $ 1.25 1.50 per dozen:
watermelons. 50 75c per cwt.; plums, 25
50c per crate; pears, 30c$1.25 per box;
prunes, 2550c per crate; grapes, 50c$1.25
per crate; quinces, $1 per box; cranberries,
SO per barrel.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, $3.5004.23
per box: oranges, Valencia. $2.75(3)3.50;
grapefruit, $2.50 per box; bananas, -$3Cp 3.23
per bunch; pomegranates, $L25 per box;
pineapples, $3.50 per dozen.
Groceries, Xuts, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 202Sc; Java, fancy, 20
32c; Java. good. 2024c; Java, ordinary,
lC&20c; Costa Rica, fancy, 1820c; Costa
Rica, good. lC18c; Costa Rica, ordinary.
10 12c pound; Columbia roast, cases, 100s,
$10.30: 50s. $1.75; Arbuckle's. $11.13 list;
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound tails,
$1.05 per dozen: 2-pound tails, $2.40; fancy
1-pound flats. $1.80; -pound flats, $1.10;
Alaska pink, 1-pound tails, 75c; red. 1-pound
talis, $1.20: sockeye. 1-pound- talis, $1.50;
1-pound flats, $1.60.
RICE Imperial Japan. No., 1, $5.87 H: No.
2. $3.50; Carolina head, $7.73; broken head,
SUGAR Sack basis, per 100 pounds, cube,
$C; powderdd, $5.85; dry granulated, $5.73;
extra C, $5.25; golden C, $5.15; advance over
coir Vtiilc ci a fnllnu.. T5 , 1 - in..
parrels. 23c; boxes. 50c por 100 pounds.
(Terms: on remittance within 15 days, de
duct lie per pound; if later than 15 days
and within 30 days, deduct He; no discount
after 30 days.) Beet sugar, granulated,
$3.05 per 100 pounds; maplo sugar, 15010c
NUTS Peanuts, 6c per pound for raw.
S8c for roasted; cocoanuts, S3Q90c per
dozen; walnuts, 15c per pound; plnenuts,
1012.c: hickory nuts, 7c; Brazil nuts.
16c; filberts. loffJICc; fancy pecans, 17c; al
monds. 14 15c; chestnuts. 16c
SALT Liverpool. 50s, 48c per sack; half
ground. .per ton. 50s, $14.50: 100s, $14;
Worcester salt, bulk, 320s. $5 per barrel;
linen sacks, 50s. S6c per sack; bales, 2s, 3s,
4s, 5s and 10s, $2.10 per bale.
Meats and Provisions.
VEAL Small, 78c; large, 50o per
MUTTON Dressed, 55c; lambs, dress
PORK Dressed, 7H8c
HAMS 10 14 pounds, lCc per pound; 14
10 pounds, 15ttc per pound; 18020 pounds,
none; California (picnic), 104c; cottage
hams, none; Union hams, 46 pounds aver
age, none: shoulders, 10Kc; boiled hams,
22c; boiled picnic hams, boneless, 10c
BACON Fancy breakfast, 20c; standard,
breakfast, 18c; choice, 16c; English break
fast bacon. 1114 pounds, 15c
DRY SALT MEATS Regular short clears,
11 12c smoked; clear backs, 11c salt, 12o
smoked; Oregon exports. 20025 pounds av
erage, llc dry salt, ,1214c smoked; Union
butts, 101S pounds average. 9c dry salt,
SAUSAGE Portland ham, 13c per pound:
minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry,
17 He; bologna, long. OHc: welnerwurst. Sc;
liver. 5 lie; pork 10c; blood, 54c; head
cheese. 5c; bologna sausage, link, 5c
PICKLED GOODS Portland pigs' feet. Vt
barrels. $5; U-barrels. $2.S3; 15-pound kits.
$1.25. Tripe. JJ-barrels, $5.50; U -barrels,
$2.73: 15-pound kits, $1; pigs tongues, -barrels,
$0; -barrels, $3; 15-pound kits,
$1.25. Lambs' tongues, 4 -barrels. $8.25; J4
barrels. $4.75; 15-pound kits. $2.25.
LARD Kettle rendered; tierces. ll?ic;
tubs, 12c; 50s. 12c; 20s. 12Hc; 10s, 12Vic;
5s. 12c Standard pure tierces, liyc;
tubs, llc; 30s. llc; 20s. llc; 10s. 12c;
5s. 12Hc Compound, tierces, 8c; tubs, Sc
Hops, "Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS 1003 crop, 24023c per pound; 1902
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 45c; No. 2,
and grease. 214 3c
HIDES Dry hides, No. 1, 1C pounds and
up, 1015V4c per pound; dry kip. No. 1, 5
to 15 pounds, 12c; dry calf. No. 1, under 5
pounds. 10c; dry salted, bulls and stags,
one-third less than dry flint; salted hides,
steers, sound. 60 pounds and over. SSDOc:
50 to 60 pounds. 78c; under 50 pounds and
cows. 7c; stags and bulls, sound, 55c:
kip, sound. 13 to 20 pounds, 7c; under 1Q
pounds, 8c; green (unsalted), lc per pound
less; culls, lc per pound less; horse hides,
salted, each, $1.30 0 2: dry. each. $101.50;
colts' hides, each, 25 50c; goat skins, com
mon, each, 10015c; Angora, with wool on,
WOOL Valley, 17018c; Eastern Oregon,
12015c; mohair, 3537c
COAL OIL Pearl or astral oil. cases,
22c per gallon; water white oil. iron bar
rels, lflc; wood barrels, 1814c; eocene oil,
cases, 2414c; elalno oil? cases, 27c; extra
star, cases, 25c; headlight oil. 175 deg.,
cases. 24 c: iron barrels, 18c
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 24c;
iron barrels. 18c: 50 degrees gasoline, cases,
28 c; iron barrel?! 22c
BENZINE 03 degrees, cases, 22c; iron
LINSEED OIL Pure raw. In barrels, 49c;
genuine kettle-boiled, in barrels, 51c: pure
raw oil, in rases, 54c; genuine kettle-borfed,
in cases, 50c; lots of 250 gallons, lc less per
TURPENTINE In cases. 80c; wood bar
rels. 70c; iron barrels, 74e; 10-case lots,
LEAD Collier Atlantic white and red lead
In lots of 500 pounds or more, 0c; less than
500 pounds, 64c
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20,
closing quotations for mining
. . .23
were as- follows:
Alta $0.04 Julia ...
Alpha Con 00: Justice
Andes ... 15'Kentuck Con. .
Belcher 23' Mexican
Best & Belcher.. 1.35Ujccldental Con.
.15 Seg. Belcher ...
1.301 Sierra Nevada .
.03: Silver Hill
10 Union Con. ......
.13 Utah Con.
.20 Yellow Jacket ..
Con. Cal. & Va..
Con. Imperial ...
Crown Point ....
Gould & Currie.
Hale & Norcross.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Mining stocks closed
today as follows;
Adams Con $0.10jLlttle Chief $0.06
13 Ontario 4. .no
.04 Phoenix 08
1.30: Savage 23
1.00 Sierra Nevada 68
1.35 Small Hopes 20
.02; Standard 1.75
Con., Cal. & Vo..
Lcadvllle Con. ...
BOSTON. Sept. 29. Closing quotations to
.$ 4.75!01d Dominion ...$ 7.25
4. osceoia 02. in)
ai.iM) fcanta Fe Copper.
Calumet & Hec.. 425.001 Tamarack
Copper Ranpe ..
Isle- Royale ....
50.25; United States
8.001 Victoria ... .
COO; Winona ... .
Dried Fruit at New Torlc
NEW "YORK, Sept 29. Tho market for
evaporated apples is quiet and unchanged.
Common are quoted at 405c; prime, 5&
5c; choice. 66c; fancy, 607c
Prunes ranged firm, with a fair demand
reported for the various sizes. Quotations
range from 3c to 7c for all grades.-
Aprlcots wero firm; choice are quoted at
9&0c; extra choice, 910Uc, and
fancy, 10 12c
Peaches are quiet, but holders are firm In
their views. Choice are quoted at 7H
7c; extra choice at 78Uc
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29.--The cotton markst
opened weak at unchanged prices to a 8o
cllne of 8 points and closed barely steady,
net 7 to 16 points lower. September, 13.20c;
October, 9.33c; November, December and
January, 9:42c; February, 9.43c; March and
April. 9.45c; May. 9.47c; June, 9.48c; July,
9.51c Spot at tho close was 175 points
higher; middling uplands, 13c;' middling
Gulf, 13.23c; soles, 2998 bales. . -
BANKS SUPPORT MARKET!
FINANCIAL INTERESTS TURN TO
"THE BUYING SIDE.
Stock List Closes Strong WItb Many
Gains Running. From Tvro. to
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. People who came
down to Wall street today expecting a de
moralizing break in prices met with a sur
prise, as vigorous support was forthcoming
from the most powerful financial Interests
In the country, and was steadily offered
throughout the day. The market closed ac
tive and strong and at the best prices of
the day. Net gains of 2 to 3 points were the
general rule throughout the list and the
leaders exceeded this, Pennsylvania and
Amalgamated Copper rising 3 and Union
Pacific, Atchison, Louisville, Rock Island,
Metropolitan Street Railway, Brooklyn
Transit and Peoples Gas from 3 to 3.
The expectation of the further slump to
day was founded on the demoralised tone
of Pennsylvania and the resulting uasettle
ment of the whole list last night. This in
fluence was supplemented by the further de
cline in British consols today to a new low
level. As the course of this premier British
security haskept pace with our own market"
on the down grade, reflecting the same con
dition of overextension of capital In certain
lines, causing the necessity for drastic liqui
dation elsewhere, the opening tone here was
decidedly unsettled. The United States
Steel stocks made a further break, the com
mon and preferred breaking through yester
day's new record.
The majority of opening changes wcre-on
the side of declines, and there was some
special pressure against New York Central,
yesterday's break in Pennsylvania having
brought that 6 per cent stock down to a
parity with the 5 per cent New York Cen
tral The usual bear pressure, under these
circumstances, developed against the latter.
But Pennsylvania's opening rise of a point
was the proclamation that other Influences
were at work. Tho buying of this stock was
traceable to the banking house of Kuhn,
Loeb & Co., which 'manages the company's
financial operations. The very heavy buying
orders -in United States Steel preferred were
credited in a slmlhir way to J. P. Morgan
& Co., and It was confidently affirmed that
the open buying of Amalgamated Copper by
brokers usually employed by tho Standard
Oil party might -be accepted in good faith
as indicating the activity on the buying slde
of that party.
There has been an almost superstitious
feeling among the whole speculative contin
gent that the melting away of prices, which
had reached the point of a slow panic,
would not be checked until these financial
leaders began to buy stocks largely and In
concert. Conviction that this would happen
had an electrical effect upon speculative
sentiment, and drove tho bears to cover
with a scramble Some of the large bear
speculators put out fresh short lines at dif
ferent idages of the advance, in the con
fidence that the large buying orders were
designed simply to support the market, to
be resold' upon any considerable advance.
But there was no evidence of this reselling
and the belief gained ground that tho great
banking interests had definitely changed
. their recent policy of abandoning the mar
ket to Its own resources and biding the time
when the fever of selling, which has taken
hold of these securities-holding public,
should exhaust itself. It was evident at the
Fame time that the urgent liquidation
lacked the force which carried down prices
in recent markets.
As a result there was a marked revival of
confidence and dissipation of many of the
shadowy fears which have Infected the
speculative mind of late with even greater
effect than actual developments. The news
of the day, of which there was little bear
ing on values, was not a factor at all in the
movement of prices.
The bond market became firm, in syny
pathy with the recovery in stocks. Total
sales, par value. $4,985,000. United States
2s declined per cent on the last call.
Baltimore & Ohio
do preferred j
Canadian Pacific . . .)
Central of New Jersey
Chesapeake & Ohio...
Chicago & Alton
Chicago & Gt. Western
do B preferred......
Chicago &r Northwest..
Chi. Term. & Trans..
C. C. C & St Louis..
Colorado Southern ....
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred
Delaware & Hudson..
Delaware. Lack. & W.
Denver & Rio Grande..
do 1st preferred......
do 2d preferred
Great Northern pfd....
Kansas City Southern..
Louisville & Nashville.
Metropolitan St Ry...
74Vi I 72U
0001 S5; 85 85
,100 120J4 118jl20
Minneapolis & St Louis
Mo.. Kansas & Texas
Nat It R. of Mex. pfd
New York Central..
Norfolk & Western...
Ontario & Western...
loi on-' no
Plttsb'g. C. C. & St. L.
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred
Rock Island Co
St Louis & San Fran.
do 1st preferred
do 2d preferred
St Louis Southwestern
Southern Railway ...
Texas & Pacific
Toledo. St Louis & W
do preferred .......
v do preferred
Wheeling & Lake Erie
u lsconsln Central . . .
Am. Car & Foundry.
Am. Linseed OH
Am. Smelting & Refin
Am. Sugar Refining..
Anaconda Mining Co..
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Calumbus & Hock. Coal
General Electric ,
International Paper .
International Pump ..
do preferred ........
Pacific Mall ,
Pressed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car...
Tennessee Coal & Iron
United States Leather
do preferred ,
United States Rubber.
United States Steel...,
do preferred ,
61 I 00
Total sales for the day. 892,300 shares.
U. S. ref. 2s, reg. 107
do coupon 108
U. S. 5s, coupon:. 102
Atchison adJ 4s. .. SO'.i
U. S. 3s. reg 10S'
C.& NW. con. 78.131
109 R. G. 4s.
U. S. new 4s, reg. 135
Northern Pac 4s. 101
do coupon ......135
Northern Pac. 3s. 70
5. oid 4s: reg .111: Southern Pac. 4c. 85
do coupon 11-.-. Union Pacific- 4s.. 098
a. Off, reg iu2aiwvsconsin cent. en
Stocks at Londoa.
LONDON, Sept 29. Consols for money,
consols for account, 87?i.
Anaconda SUiNorfolk & West.
Atchison 63 do prd . .
do pfd 89 Ontario & West.
B. & "0 75 Pennsylvania ....
Can. Pacific ....122 Rand Mines
Ches. & Ohio.... 2Sji Reading ',
Chlcago-Gt. W.... 14 do 1st pfd
C M.' & St P... 140 do 2d pfd
De Beers 19H Southern Ry
D. &. R. G 20 do pfd
do pfd 69 Southern Pacific.
Erie 254 Union Pacific...
do 1st pfd 65 do pfd
do 2d pfd 46 U. S. Steel
Blinois Central... 130 do pfd
L. & Nashville.. 09 Wabash
M. K. & T 17 'do pfd
N. Y. Central 120
Money, Exchange, Etc
NEW YORK, Sept 29. Prime mercantile
paper, 006 per cent
Sterling exchange Easy, with actual bus
iness "in bankers' bills at $4.861004.8615 for
demand, and at $4.8220fJ4.S225 for 60 days.
Posted rates, $4.83 04.87. Commercial bills,
Bar silver" 59?sc
Mexican dollars 15c
Bond Governments, easier; railroads,
Money On call, steady, closing bid 2
per cent, offered at per cent!
Time money Dull and unchanged. Sixty
days, 5 per cnt; 90 days and six months,
6 per cent
LONDON, ' Sept 29. Bar sliver Steady,
27 d per ounce.
Money 3 04 per cent .
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills is 4 4 per cent
The, rate of discount In the open market
for three months' bills Is 404 per cent
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept 29. Sterling on
London, 00c days, $4.S2; sterllng'on Lon
don, sight. $4.86.
Silver bars 59?lc
Mexican dollars Nominal.
Drafts, sight 7c telegraph. 10c
Daily' Treasury Statement.'
WASHINGTON, Sept 29. Today's state
ment of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balances. ... 4 .. .$233,748. S40
WHEAT 3IARKET IMPROVES. '
December Option Closes Half a Cent
Higher at Chicago.
CHICAGO, Sept. 20. Fairly active buying
by some of the leader In the wheat -pit
who wero Influenced by the upward trend
of values on Wall street, started shorts to
cover early In the day and as a result the
market ruled strong. Opening prices were
Arm on steady cables, with December a
shade .to c. higher a. 77c to 77c A
good demand from all classes'.of buyers soon
"caused a rally and December sold up to
77c during the last half hour. Part of
tho early strength was due to the better
Southwest and Northwest markets and to
the extensive demand. Toward the noon
hour there was much gelling by pit traders,
due to an Increase of 7,669,000 bushols In
the world's visible 'supply, and the market
eased off In consequence. Trading was
rather quiet the latter part of tho session,
but a steady tone prevailed, December clos
ing c higher at 7777c
Corn followed wheat In Us upward ten-
tlcncy, ruling strong, with much covering
by shorts. December closed c higher
at 4c V
Oats were Arm early in the session,' due
largely to the strength In other grains and
the market received fair support from bro
kers. December closed at a gain of c
With the exception of .pork and lard, y the
provision market ruled Arm on a good de
mand from brokers. An advance of. 5c in
the price, of hogs with light receipts at the
yards, together with the firmness in corn.
gave a better tone1 to prices, but trading
was light, with offerings scattered. October
pork closed 15c higher; lard up 5c, while
ribs were 7c higher.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept (new) $0.70 $0.77 $0.76 $0.77
Dec (new) . .77 :77 .77 .77
May 78 .7814 .78 .78
September 45 .40 .45 .45
December 48 .40 .47 .46
May 45 .46 .45 .46
September - .36 .36 .36 .36
December 36 .37 .36 .36
May 37 .38 .37 .37
October 11.75 11.00 11.75 1.1.1$
January 12.60 12.70 12.55 12.57
October 7.80 7.82 7.75 7.80
January 0.95 . 6.97 6.92 6.97
October 0.30 9.40 9.30 9.32
January 0.65 6.70 . 6.65 6.67
Cash Quotations wero as follows:
Wheat No. 3, 80c; No. 2 red. 7677c.
Corn No. 2. 46c; No. 2 yellow, 4849c.
Oats No. 2. 36c; No. 2 white, 30c; No. 3
Rye No. 2. 60c.
Barley Good feeding, 48c; fair to choice
Flax seed No. 1, 96c;''no. 1 Northwestern,
Mess pork $11.80011.90 per bbl.
Lard $10.25l6".50 per 100 lbs.
Short ribs, sides, (loose), $8.87-50.25.
Dry salted shoulders (boxed), $6.62&g675.
Short clear sides (boxed), $8.7590.25.
Clpver Contract grade, $10.75.
. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 21,800 20,700
Wheat, bushels 89.100 114.300
Corn, bushels 690,500 605,800
Oats, bushels 355,300 218.500
Rye. bushels 14,300
Barley, bushels 147,800 10,500
Grain and Produce at New Yorlc.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Flour Receipts.
3040 bbls.; exports. 1141 bbls.; moderately
active and steady.
Wheat Receipts, 102,375 bu.; Bpot, firm;
No. 2 red. 81c elevator and 82o f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 Northern, Duluth, 88c f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 hard. Manitoba, 91 c f. o. b.
afloat. Influenced by firmness In Wall street
and better cables than expected, wheat had
an early advance. It continued firm until
influenced by a big Increase in the world's
stocks and liberal Northwestern reoclDts.
when reactions ensued, although the 'close
was steady at (2c net adancc. May
closed 83c; September . closed 83c; De
cember closed 83 c
Hops and hides steady.
Wool 9ulet '
Butter Receipts, 10,900 packages.
Eggs Receipts. 8345 packages. Market
strong; Western extras, 24c
Grain at San Francisco. ,
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept 29. Wheat,
steady; barley, steady; Oats, easier.
Wheat Shipping, $1.38 01.41; milling,
Barley Feed, $1.08 01.11 ; brewing;
Oats Red. $1.201.32; white, $1.32;
black. $1.40 1.60.
Callboard sales: ;
Wheat Steadier; December, $1.39; cash,
Barley Steadier; Decemjber. $1.09.
-Corn Large yellow, $1.45 1.50.
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, Sept 29. Wheat cargoes on
passage, nothing doing; English country
LIVERPOOL, Sept. 29. Wheat quiet;
wheat and flour "in Paris quiet; , French
country markets steady. Weather in. Eng
land cloudy and threatening. . October, 0a
2d; December, 6s 3d.
Wheat at Tacoma.'
TACOMA. Sept 20. Wheat, lc lower;
bluestem, 77c; club, 73c
Dairy Produce at Chicago;
CHICAGO, Sept 29. On tho Produce Ex
change today the outter market was steady;
creameries, 1621c; dairies, 14 019c
"Eggs Steady, 19c " x
Cheese Firm; llllc
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS
ItEACTION IN WHEAT AlfD BARLEY
Blacic Shipping Grapes Are in Light
Supply Potato MnrKet Is Slow
and Easy. V -
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept 29.y(Spe
claL) After some early weakness, w.heat
and Jbarley options had a small and natu
ral reaction from tho almost continuous de
cline of the past, few days. Cash, prices,
however, were weak all day, spot wheat be
ing quoted. lc lower. Feed oats were
weak, but seed kinds were firm, "with more
Inquiry for the latter on account of rain
prospects. Jflour, feedstuffs. and hay were
quiet and steady.
Cranberries are now a feature of the fruit
market Four carloads' arrived from the
East since Saturday and more aro due soon.
Prices range from $S.50 to $0. Black grapes
for shipping were In light supply and firm,
butother varieties were plentiful and easy.
Peaches sold off better and choice stock
was steadier. Tho apple market held up
well for fancy four-tier bellflowers and
spltzenbergs, but cheap stock was dull.
Bartlett and Winter Nells pears were
steady. Fancy prunes were scarce and
Arm. Quinces and pomegranates were easy.
Mexican limes wero well cleaned up, but no
higher, as a steamer Is duo tomorrow with
large supplies. Ripe bananas were plentiful.
The potato market was slow and easy, ex
cept for fancy Salinas. Sweets were steady.
Onions" were dull. Tomatoes are moving off
better. Other vegetables wero quiet, but
Poultry was active and firm. Butter was
weak under larger offerings. Cheese was
easy. Eggs wero strong. Receipts, 6000
pounds butter, 9000 pounds cheese, 12,000
Hops were firm. Wool was quiet and
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 3050c; garlic,
23c; green peas, 23c; string beans,
203c; tomatoes, 25050c; okra, 30050c; egg
POULTRY Turkey gobblers, 10022c; roost
ers, pld. $1.505; do young, $5.5006; broil
ers, small, $2.5003; do large. $3.50 0 3.75;
fryers, $404.50; hens, $405; ducks, old,
$405; do young. $405.
BUTTER Fancy creamery, 30c; do sec
onds, 27c; fancy dairy, 25c; do seconds, 23c
Eggs Store, nominal; fancy ranch, 39c;
OOL Mountain, 10012c; South Plains and
San Joaquin, 8010c.
CHEESE New, 13c; Young America, 13.
14c; Eastern, 14016c
HAY- Wheat $10015; wheat and oat. $100
13; barley. $3011; alfalfa. $8.50011.50; clover,
$9010; stock, $809; straw, per bale, 45060c
FRUITS Apples, choice. $1.25; do common.
35c; bananas, $101.75; Mexican limes. $0.50
07.50; California lemons, choice. $2.50; do
common, $1; pineapples, $1.50 02.50.
POTATOES River Burbanks, 60085c; Sa
linas Burbanks, $1.1001.45; sweets, $1.60;
MILLSTUFFS Bran, $21022; middlings,
RECEIPTS Flour, 11,820 quarter sacks;
wheat, 4,874 centals; barley. 57.704 centals;,
oats, 2707 " centals; beans, 3062 sacks; pota
toes, 912 sacks; bran, 30 sacks; middlings,
27L sacks; hay, 219 tons; wool, 400 bales;
hides, 8S3. '
Receipts and Ruling Prices at Port
land Union Stockyards.
Receipts at the Portland Union stockyards
yesterday were 475 sheep, 100 cattle. 130
hogs and 25 horses. There was no change
In quotations. The following prices were
quoted at the yards:
CATTLE Best steers, $3.75; medium, $30
3.50; cows, $2.50 0 2.75.
HOGS Heavy (175 pounds and up), $0.25;
medium fair hogs. $5.5006.
SHEEP Best wethers, $2.75; mixed sheep,
Prices Current at Chicago, Omaha
ana Kansas City.
CHICAGO. Sept 29. Cattle Receipts.
12,00,0. including 2000 Texans and 400 West
erns. Market demoralized and slow. Good
to prime steers, $5.25 05.90; poor to me
dium. $3.7504.00; stockers and feeders,
$2.25 04.30; cows, $1.40 04.25; heifers, $2
4.50; canners, $1.40 03.50; bulls, $2.0004.30;
calves, $3.50 0 7.50; Texas fed steers, $2,750
3.75; Western steers, $2.85 04.65. ,
Hogs Receipts today, 15,000; tomorrow,
25.000; steady to 10c higher, closed easy;
mixed and butchers. $5.5506.30; good to
choice heavy. $5.8006.20; rough heavy, $5.30
3.75; light, $5.7506.40; bulk of sales,
$5.65 0 6.05.
Sheep Receipts, 18,000; sheep steady;
lambs steady to strong; good to choice
wethers. $3.4004.25; choice mixed, $2,250
3.50; Western sheep, $2.25 04.00; native
lambs, $405.75; Western lambs, $4.4005.30.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 29. Cattle Re
ceipts, 16.000, Including 2300 Texans; mar
ket, weak to 10c lower; native steers, $3.75
5.30; Texas and Indian steers, $2.30 0 3.50;
Texas cows, $1.4002.40; native cows and
heifers, $1.75 04.50; stockers and feeders,
'$2.25 04.25; Western steers, $2.4004.40;
Western cows. $1.3503.05; bulls, $2.15 02.60;
Hogs Receipts, 6000; market steady; bulk
of sales, $5.0000; heavy. $5.S3 0 5.07;
packers, $5.02 6; medium, $5.576.10;
light, $5.90 0 6.15; yorkers, $0.05 0 6.15; pigs,
$5.60 0 0.
Sheep Receipts, 6000; market steady;
muttons, $2.00 04; lambs, $2.9005.50; range
wethers, $2.5003.75; ewes, $2.23 03.50.
SOUTH" OM.AHA; Sept 29. Cattle Re
ceipts, 7500; market steady; native steers,
$4.2505.65; cows and heifers, $304; West
ern steers, $3.2304.50; Texas steers, $2.75
3.75; cows and heifers. $2.25 0 3.25; canners,
$1.5002:25; stockers and feeders, $2.7504;
calves, $305; bulls, stags, etc. $1.75 02.50.
Hogs Receipts, 5000; market, 5c higher;
heavy. $5.0505.75; mixed, $5.70 0 5.75; light,
$5.7505.90; pigs, $5 0 5.90; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 30,000; market steady
to lower; fed muttons, $3.60 0 3.90; wethers.
$3.3003.60; ewes, $2.80 0 3.20; common and
stockers, $2.25 03.50; Iambs, $405.
Metal - Markets.
NEW YORK, Sept 20. There was another
big decline in London tin prices, the losses
for the day being about 2 7s 6d, with spot
closing at 112 7s 6d and futures at 113.
Locally, the market was quiet A sale of
ten tons spot tin was reported at 25.50c and
the closing quotation was 25.45025.60c.
Copper was also lower In London, spot de
clining 7s 6d to 54 7s 6d and 5s for futures
to 154.10s. Locally, copper was. dull. Lake
and electrolytic, 13.25 013.30c and casting
Lead was unchanged at 11 in London and
locally at 4.60c
Spelter was 6d lower In London at 20 5s,
but remained quiet and unchanged hero at
Iron closed at 40s 6d In Glasgow and at
43s Od In Middlesboro. Locally, Iron was
quiet; No. 1 foundry. Northern, 17c; No. 2
foundry, .Northern, 16.50c; No. 1 foundry.
Southern and No. 1 foundry, Southern, soft,
Idaho Prune Sales.
PAYETTE,Idaho. Sept 30. (Special.) C.
F. Brodersen received $1050 for a car of
prunes sold at Chicago last week and other
sales have been almost as good. One car,
sold at Cincinnati, netted $56S hero. The
crop lrf nearly harvested. Cars are scarce.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Coffee futures
closed steady, net 5 to 10 points higher.
Total sales wero 44,500 bags. Including No
vember, $4.55 04.65; December, $4.00; Janu
ary. $5; larch, $5.10 05.20; May,' $5.25
5.35 r July, $5.3505.45; No. 7 Rio, 5c
Sugar Raw, Arm; fair refining, 3c; cen-
trifugal. 90 test, 3 29-32c; molasses su
gar, 3 5-32c Refined, firm; .crushed, $5.50;
pqwdered, $5; granulated, $4.00.
Changes In Available Supplies.
NEW YORK) Sept '29. Special cablo and
tclegraphlQ communications to Bradstreet's
this jveelcjshbw the following changes In
available supplies, as compared with last
Wheat United States and Canada east of
the Rockies, increased 42,969,000 bushels.
Afloat "and In" .Europe, Increased 4,700,000
Total supply. Increased 7,669,000 bushels.
Corn, United -States and Canada east- of
tha .Rockies, Increased 1,292,000 bushels.,
Oats. United States and Canada east of
the Rockies, decreased 543,000 bushels.
RIDICULED BY CANADA.
Counsel in Alaskan Case Discusses
Allegiance of the Xatlves.
' LONDON, Sept. 29. When the Alaskan
Boundary Commission resumed its ses
sion this morning-, Christopher Robinson,
K. C, who suffered from severe indis
position yesterday, but who had bene
fited by the night's rest, resumed his
speech In behalf of the Canadian claims,
though, at the suggestion of Chief Justice
Alverstone, counsel remained seated. Mr.
Robinson dealt vigorously with the falli
bility of the maps of the district under
contention, holding that the American
deductions therefrom were therefore weak.
ilr. Robinson continued his speefh after
the luncheon adjournment. Ridiculing the
United States contention that It had se
cured the allegiance of tho Alaskan native.-?,
he said: "
"With a bottle of whisky and a blan
ket, you can obtain the allegiance of any
Replying to Lord Alverstone's query of
yesterday afternoon as. to whether coun
sel would prove that the coast mentioned
In article 7 referred exclusively to the
strip which Russia was to obtain by
treaty, Mr. Robinson maintained that ar
ticle 7 meant reciprocal privileges in tho
lislere (strip previously referred to)r Im
plying Great Britain's jurisdiction over
certain inland waters, and not south of
latitude 51:10. as the United States con
tends. ' Counsel argued that Russia had not tho
right to grant privileges south of lati
Hannis Taylor, ex-United States Min
ister to Spain, of counsel for the
United States, .followed Mr. Robinson.
Dealing with the international law phase
of the dispute and discussing the Hud
son Bay Company's relations witl tho
British Empire, he maintained the
company's officials were empowered to
re'present Great Britain from an interna
tional point of view, and, therefore,
transactions with tho Hudson's Bay Com
pany must be regarded as having the
weight of that relation.
Mr. Taylor will continue his argument
America Is Asked for Protection.
NSW YORK, Sept. 29. The State De
partment of the United. States Govern
ment having Instructed the Minister qt
Bogota to arrange, If possible, an amica
ble adjustment of the affairs of the Cen
tral and South American Telegraph Com
pany with the Colombian Government, the
company has instructed Us engineers to
delay cutting out Buena Ventura until
further orders, says a Herald dispatch
Because' of the statements that the Co
lombian Government has ordered the. tele
graph company's Panama office to "be
closed In the event of the company los
ing the Buena Ventura office, the Central
and South American Telegraph Company
has asked that the United States give pro
tection, under the treaty of 1SS8, from any
Interference on the part of Colombian of
ficials relating to its office In Panama.
Snit Is Formally Dismissed.
CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 23. The case of
Talbot J. Taylor and others, to restrain
tho voting of stock held by the Union Pa
cific Railway, at the annual election of
the Southern Pacific Company, was today
formally dismissed in the United States
Circuit Court of Appeals, on telegraphic
advices from counsel in New York.
It Is now understood that the Southern
Pacific election, which has been postponed
from time to time by the court since last
April, will take place week after next, at
Bee'chmont, a suburb of Louisville, which
is theegal headquarters of the company.
To regulate the stoinach, liver and bow
els, "and promote digestion, take one of
Cartel's Little Uvcr Pills every night Try
Oregon Kidney Tea is prepared without
alcohol, which is injurious In kidney and blad-c-
fl". Original and Onlr Geanlas.
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Ticket Office 122 TiiirdSL Phone 680
TRAINS DAlLVs. J,
Direct connection via Seattls or
Spokane. For tickets, rates and
full information call- on or address
H. Dickson, C. T. A., Portland, Or.
JAPAN - AMERICAN LINE
2" or Japan, China, and all AslaUo points, till
About October 3.
For South -Eastern Alaska
UiA-VL is-cAl'lLi i) i".
C1TX OK aEATTLfi or Ui'i
Ou' TOi'KKA, Sept. 2, b. la
14, 1W. 'M, 20. Oct. 2.
steamers connect at San
Francisco with company's
steamers lor ports In Call
lornia, Mexico and Uumboidt
Kay. r xurtaer information
uuuuu .w.- . -..out ia teoerv-
.A ,n rinnce steamers or sawing dates.
AGENtIHARLES L, GLEU1. 2i Wash
ington stfportland: W. CAKLETON-. W
Pactflc ave.. Tacoma. Ticket offices lia James
ft7 and Ocean Dock, Seattle, ban Irancisco
Ticket Office. 4 Hew Montgomery st.. C D.
DUKAUN. Gen. Pass. Asent. San iTancisco.
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE
i Steamers Altona and Pomona icare dally
fecept Sunday), 0:45 A. M.
FOR OREGON CITY
Steamer Lsona. leaves dally. 8-.30, 11:30 A.
M.. 8. 0:li P. M. Leave Oregon City. 1, 10
A- It-. 1:30. 4:30 P. M. Bound trip, 43c
Ttcketd sood on Oregon City car.
Esci feet Taylor iu l"hon ilum 40,
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DAILY
Through Pullman standard and tourist sleep
ing cars dally to Omaha. Chicago. Spokane;
tourist sleeping car daily to Kansas City;
through Pullman tourist sleeping car (person
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Kansa
City. Reclining chair cars (seats free), to tha
For the East via Hunt
ington. 9:20 A. M.
For Eastern Washing
ton, Walla Walla. Lew
iston. Coeur d'Alene
and Gt. Northern points
6:00 P. M.
7:33 A. M.
For the East via Hunt
ington. 8:13 P. M.
10:30 A. M.
OCEAN AXD RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Steamer Geo. W. Elder.
September, 9, 19. 29.
Steamer Columbia. Sep
tember 4, 14, TiH.
8:00 P. M.
5:00 P. M.
For Astoria and wayj8:00 P. M.
jlclnts, .connecting wltn IDaily ex.
steamer tor Ilwaco and'Sunday;
nutui xjcacn. sir. x. J. Saturday,
Potter Ash-st. nock. io P. M.
.D-R?,P?eon'": A. M.
3:00 P. M.
City and Yamhill layer
points, iimore, Ash-st.
dock (water permit
FOK LEWISTON. Ida-U:05A.M.
ho. and way points. Dally
.from' Rlparia. Wash., (except
steamers Spokane or! Saturday.
5:00 P. M.
TICKET OFFICE. Third and -Washington.
Telephone Main 712.
PORTLAND fc ASIATIC STEAMSHIP
For Tokohama and Hong Kong, calling at
Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai taking trelghc
via connecting steamers for Manila. Port Ar
thur and Vladivostok.
1NDRAPURA SAILS ABOUT SEPTEMBER 23.
For rates and full information, call on or ad
dress officials or agents of O. R & N. Co.
QfH ITH v5.
for Salem, Rose
burg. Ashland, Sac
ramento, O g d e n,
San Francisco, Mo
lave. Los Angeles,
El Paso, New Or
leans and the East.
Morning train con
fleets at Woodbura
(daily except Sun
day) with train for
Mount Anzel. Hll-
7:45 A. M.
7:00 P. H.
Wcndllng and Na
tron. 4X0 P. M.
10:10 A. 2C
connects at yvooa
bura with Mt. An
gel and SUverton
7tSO A. M.
1 14:00 P. M. I Sheridan passenger. 1 1!8 :25 A. M.
Dally. llDally, except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWBaO SUBURBAN SERVICE
Leave Portland cally for Oswego at 7:20 A.
M., 12:50, 2:03. 3:25. 5:20. 6:25. 8:30, 10:10
P. M. Dally, except Sunday. 5:30. 6:30, 8:33,
10:23 A. 4:00, 11:30 P. M. Sunday, only.
8 A. M.
Returning from Oswego, arrlvo Portland dally
8:80 A. M.. 1:55. 3:05. 4:33. 6:13, 7:35. 9:03.
11:10 P. M. DaUy, except Sunday, 6:23, 7:25.
8:20, 10:20. 11:45 A. M. Except Monday. 12:23
A. M. Sunday only, 10:00 a. M.
Leave from same depot for 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 eal from Port
land to Sacramento and San Francisco; net
rata, (17.50; berth, $3. Second-claas fare, $15.
without rebate or berth; second-class berth.
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Alsa
Japan, China, Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third an4
"Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
Puget Sound Limited for Ta
coma, Seattle. Olympla,
South Bend and Gray's
Harbor points S:30 am 5:30 pm.
North Coast Limited -for Ta
coma, Seattle. Spokane,
Butte. St. Paul, New York,
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 3.0Ovpm 7:00 am
Twin City Express, for Ta
coma, Seattle. Spokane.
Helena, St. Paul. Minne
apolis. Chicago, New York.
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 11:45 pm 7:00 pm
Puget Sound - Kansas Clty
St. Louis Special, for Ta
coma. Seattle, Spokane,
Butte, Billings, Denvej.
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, 255 Morrison St., corner Third.
SAILS FROM SEATTLE
ON OK ABOUT OCTOBER 3,
Nome and St. Michael
C0HNECT1KQ FOB ALL POINTS OS
Yukon, Tahana and Koyukuk
007 FIRST AVENUE. SEATTLE.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
8:00 e m.
For Maygers, Rainier,
Clifton,' Astoria, War
renton, Flavel, Ham
mond, Fort Stevens,
Gearhart Park, Seaside,
Astoria and Seashore.
11:10 a. m.
7:00 p. m.
0:40 p.. in.
C. A. STEWART. J. C. MAYO.
Comm'l Agent, 2iS Alder at. G. F, & P. A,
Fhona Main 007,