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tJUEGO.NIAH,V TUESDAY, 9, 1906.
OFFEE IS GOING IIP.
trades Have an Advanc
MORE STRENGTH IN BRAZIL
Butter Market Is Pirmcr, but Xot
Likely to Advance Good Cali
fornia Demand for Oregon.
WHEAT Firm with rood California
demand; club, S4U?S6c; bluestem. 00
S2c; Valley, S7?00c.
OATS Steady: white and gray feed,
BARLEY Weak; whole feed. $22.50.
WOOL Firm; Eastern Oregon, 33
20c; Valley. 24Q26c
HOPS Dull and nominal.
BUTTER Firm with large buying
for storage; city creamery. 20c; state
creamery. 17'910e: More, 14l5Hc.
EGGS Weak at 17jri7fca
CHEESE One-half cent lower: full
cream twin. 3414c; Young Americas,
POTATOES Steady; best Burbanks,
$101.05; common, SOffOOc.
COFFEE Low grades have firmer
All low grades of coffee ..arc improving In
tone. The recent half cent advance .In Ar
buckle indicates the growth of considerable
strength in Brazilian coffees. Improved
financial conditions in Brazil lave caused a
considerable advance in the value of Bra
silian currency. This has made grower very
fl-m holdcrr, a it has caused quite an ad
vance In tho cost of production and unless
they get more for their coffee than they have
been getting, they -will be doing business
practically -without profit. Coffee has been
sold in New Tork for quite a -while at less
than the present cost in Brazil, but with
considerable shrinkage in receipts of Bios and
Santos a reaction haa followed. Prices in
New Tork advanced and it is now possible
again to do business with Brazil. Further
advances are anticipated, but a great deal
depends on crops in other countries. Some
authorities claim there has been a shortage;
others, that there lias been a heavy produc
tion of mild coffees. The concensus of opin
ion cems to be that the slight advance re
cently made will hold and that further slight
advances, at least! are likely.
BUTTER MARKET FIRMER.
Conditions Do ol Warrant Any Advance In
The butter market is firm, but there is no
possibility of an advance. The healthy con
dition prevailing Is due to the buying by
torage operators. These purchasers are will
ing to take all the butter in sight at prices
now -quoted and the result is that commission
men. wholesale dealers and city manufac
turers are cleaned "up every day. Souie Front'
etrcet merchants even found St difficult yester
day to fllj their city orders. Should prices
be advanced, however this speculative buy
ing would at once cease and' the market
would weaken back to where it now stands.
The trade.- therefore, is- -sptisfled with con
ditions, as they now are and prefers to let
well enough alone. There is some curiosity
to know when the cold storage buyers will
rave all they want, but they apparently are
a long way from their limit yet and in this
respect the outlook for the market Is good.
"When they quit buying and when the city
creameries stop storing, of course, it will bo
a different story.
Beceipts of cream hero and In the country
are increasing and tho irupply will not reach
the maximum until after, the middle of the
month. Trices ycslcrday showed no change.
c!tv creamery being quoted at 20 cents and
etatc brands at 37&619 cents. Store butter
was in fair request for shipping at 14fl5Vj
POTATOES MAV DECLINE.
Shippers Look for Lower Prices at San
The potato market continue quiet, despite
the recent flurry at San Franolsco. Dealers
of that city write th8t they expect that mar
ket to slump materially In the near future,
a many Eastern potatoes are on the way and
advise their representatives In this city to
buy sparingly Predictions of a slump, how
ever, have been made so often that growers
here take little stock in them and continue
to hold as firmly as ever. It Ut likely, how
ever, that the presence of large quantities of
Eastern potatoes on the San Francisco mar
ket, added to the Increasing supply of rivers,
will weaken conditions there, though there
will always be a certain demand for strictly
fancy Oregon Burbanks.
Yesterday's local buying quotation on the
bet Burbanks was unchanged at ?lfl.05 and
SO 00 cents was offered for lower grades.
Colorado potatoes were, offered to the local
trade at S1Q1.10. The supply of these was
fairly Urge and two or three more cars will
arrive before the week is over,
BERRIES SELLING READILY.
"o Shipments Made From Florin Yesterday.
Average Supply From California,
The average supply of California straw
berries came up yesterday and the standing
price of fl.50l.f was easily maintained.
The fruit was in fair condition. Only half
the usual quantity will be received today and
It is not likely that any will be in tomorrow,
as no shipments were made from Florin yes
terday on account of rain. About 30 crates
of Oregon berries were received, which old
from 2tttJ25c. Heavier receipts were looked
for at the opening of the week, but the cool
weather has delayed ripening.
California cherries were In good supply yes
terCay and offering at $1.30 per box. but
moved slowly. Two cars of bananas were
WHEAT MOVEMENT GOOD.
Strong California Demand at 84 to 86 Cents
The wheat market was Active yesterday
with a good California demand. .Dealers
quoted club worth S4QSG .cent and blucatem
OOS02 cents for shipment to San Francisco,
Valley wheat ranges In price from STgPO
cents. A little buying Is being done by the
mills, but It k ef hand-to-mouth -character,
the great hulk of the trading being on
Other cereals were quiet. Oats were quoted
eady to firm at $2S per ton for all descrip
lmr. Barley was very weak at $22.50, Of
ferings of "barley have been largo and Jh
belief ia growing that there Is more of the
grain Jo the country than will be required
before tb new crop comes on. The hay mar
ket Is -very slew and unchanged.
Car of Rfeebarb Received. "
A straight car eC California rhubarb waa
received yesterday aad sold to a cannery
The Jobbing price held "steady at 1Q1U cenl
per pound. 'California peas were overabund
ant and wcaV at 5 cents. A limited supply
of Oregon peas wag -on the market at 86 10
ccrits. Hothouse lettuce was a drug and
though nominally quoted at 50973 cents pet
box was hard to move at any price. Good
cauliflower vrnv scarce and firm. Cabbage
was firm, though somewhat more plentiful.
Cheese Is Half Ceat Lower.
Chctsc declined i cent a pound yesterday.
Receipts arc rapidly increasing, as alt the
factories are busy turning out the new pro
duct. Full cream twins are Quotable at 141i
cents and Young Americas a cent higher.
" Bank Clearing.
Bank'""clearings of the Northwestern dtlcs
yesterday were as follows:
, - - Clearings. Balances.
Portland XS9Ue5 $ S0.S43
Seattle -j ... 887.041 160.117
Tacoma. - 503.722 :fl,223
Spokane 30G.2C3 48.803
PORTLAND QUOTATIONS . f
Grain. Flour. Feed. Etc.
"WHEAT Club. S4fffS6c per bushel; blue
stem. OOS02c; Valley. S7tHc.
FLOUK Patents. 54.50tf5.10 per barrel:
straights. $4 64.25: clears. $3.7504: Val
ley. $3.00 d 4.25; Dakota hard wheat. $6,500
7.50; Graham. $3.5004; whole wheat, 54
4.25; rye Hour, local, $5; Eastern. $5.80 1?
5.1)0; cornnual, per bale, XLOO02.2O.
BARLEY Feed, $22.50 per ton: rolled. $23
OATS No. 1. white, feed. $28 per ton;
choice milling, $2S; gray, $2S per ton.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $10.50 per ton:
middlings. $25; shorts. $22; chop. U. S.
Mills. $1U; linseed dairy food. $18.
CEREAL FOODS Boiled oat, cream. 30
pound sacks. $6.75; lower grade, $560.25:
oatmeal, steel cut. 50-pound sacks. $8 per
barrel; 10-pound sacks, $4.25 per bale; oat
meal (ground). 50-pound sacks, $7.50 per
-barrel: 10-peund sacks, $4 per bale: split
peas. $4 per 100-pound sack; 25-pouna boxes,
$1.15; pearl barley, $4.25 per 100 punds; 25
pound, boxes. $1.25 per box; pastry Hour. 10
pound sacks, $2.50 per bale.
HAY Timothy, $14 16 per ton: clover,
$1LS12; grain, $UQ-12; cheat. $1112.
Butter. Eggs, Poultry. Etc
EGGS Oregon ranch, 170 17iic per dozen.
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
ery, 20c per pound; fancy creamery. 10c
State creameries: Fancy -creamery. 17 Vi
18c: store butter. 14213c.
CHEESE Full cream twins, 34;c; Young
POULTRY Fancy hens. 1413e; old hene.
lS'.vc; mixed chickens. 12V40l.Tc; old roost
ers. 10c; young roosters. liQ12ic; Springs,
14 to 2 pounds. 22m?23c; broiler. 1 to 1
pounds, 28930c; dresfed chickens, 1516c;
turkeys, live. 17lSc: turkeys, dressed poor,
17lbc; turkeys, choice. 2VS22&C; geese,
live, per pound, 7H&8ic; geet-c, dressed. ier
pound, SQ'llc; ducks, old. $5$f7.50; ducks,
young as to size, $700.50; pigeons, $101.50;
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc.
VEGETABLES Turnips. 51-25151.50 per
sack: carrou. Sl.25Ql.5o; beets. $1.2321.50;
parsnips, new, soc per dozen: cabbage, llic
pound; lettuce, hothouse. 50(3 75c; head. 124
015c per dozen; parsley. 2&c dozen; toma
toes. Mexican, $3.25Q3.5u; Florida. $4.75ft5:
cauliflower. $2tg2.25 per crate; celery. $4Q4.25
per crate; peas, California. 5c; Oregon. 810c;
peppere, 25c per pound: asparagus. Cali
fornia, $1.7582 per crate: Walla "Walla. 50cfc?$l
per box; rnubarb. lQlUc per pound; cu
cumbers. Oregon, $2; California, $1.25 per
dozen: artichokes, 75c per dozen; radishes.
15c per dozen; garlic. 17&20c; beans. Jl&14c
ONIONS Australian. 546c per pound.
POTATOES Oregon fancy, $10LG3; com
mon, 80ff;)0e. buyers' prices; Colorado, $1
1.10; new potatoes. 2U62c per pound; Mer
ced sweets. 15ic per pound.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4 -crown. 7$lc:
5-layer Muscatel raisins. 7 He; unbleached
seedless Sultanas. 04 c; London layers, 3
crown. whole boxes of 20 pounds. $1.85; 2
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated.
6 Vic per pouuu; sundrled. sacks or boxes,
none; apricots, 10(&llc; peaches, 0l0c;
pears, none; prunes, Italians. 4 (a 5c; French.
2s03?ic; figs. California blacks, 5iic; do
white, none: Smyrna. 20c; Fard dates, Cc;
plums, pitted. Cc
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples, fancy, $L75
62.50 per box; choice. $101.25; common. 50
75c; figs. 85c (J $2.50 per box; strawber
ries. Oregon. 20&r25e; California. $1.5081.65
per box; grapes. Spanifch. $4 per box; cherries,
$1.50 per box.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, fancy. $2.73
. GP3.25; choice, $2.75 per box; oranges, nav
els, fancy. $2.25(32.30 per box; choice. $20
2.23; standard. 1 1.30 Q 1.75; Mediterranean
"sweetz. $2.502.75; grape fruit. $2.505J3 per
box; bananas. 4Vi4r5c per pound; pineap
ples. $7.50 per dozen.
Groceries. Nuts, tc
COFFEE Mocha. 26U28c; Java, ordinary,
18Q22c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18020c; good,
lo y J he; ordinary. 1012c per pound: Co
lumbia roast, cases. 100s. $13.75; 50s. $13.75;
Arbucklc, $14.75; Lion, $14.75.
RICE Imperial Japan No. 1, $5.37:
Southern Japan. $3.50; Carolina, 4KCc;
SALMON Columbia River, I-pound tails.
$1.75 per dozen; 2-pound talis. $2.40; 1
pound flats, $1.85; fancy lQl'.i-pound fiats.
$1.80; Vi -pound fiats. $1.10; Alaska pink 1
pcund tails. 83c; red. 1-pound tails. $1.30;
cockeyes, 1-pound tails, $Lt5.
SUGAR Sack basis. 100 pounds: Cube.
$6.30; powdered, $6.05; dry granulated.
55.93; extra C $5.45; golden C. $5.35; fruit
sugar. $5.05. advance over sack basis as fol
lows: Barrels, 10c; half-barrels, 25c: boxes,
50c per 100 pounds. (Terms: On remittance
within 15 days, deduct l?4c per pound; It
later than 15 days and within 30 days, de
duct He per pound; no discount after 30
days.) Best sugar granulated. $5.85 per 100
pounds; maple sugar. 15 & 18c per pound.
SALT California, $11 per ton. $1.60 per
bale. Liverpool. 50s. $17: 100s, $10.50; 200s
$16: half-ground 100s, $7; 50s, $7.50.
NUTS Walnuts. lS3ic per pound by sack.
1c extra for less than sack; Brazil nuts.
15c; filberts. 14c: pecans. Jumbos, 14c; extra
large, 15c; almonos, I. X. L., lBfic; chest
nuts. Italians. i5c; Ohio. $4.50 per 23-pound
drum; peanuts, raw. 7Jc per pound:
roasted. Oc; pinenuts. 106?12ic; hickory
nuts, 7c; cocoanuts. S3 00c per dozen
BEANS Small white. 4c; large white.
3lt'c; pink. 3c; bayou. 3ifcc; Lima, 6c
Hops, Wool. Hides. Etc.
HOPS Choice, 1004. 23 25c per pound.
WOOL Valley. 24Vio2oc. according to -oneness,
Eastern Oregon, average best, 17 tp
20c: lower grades, down to l&c, according io
MOHAIR Choice. 31032 c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. lo pounds aad up
lOSilOVaC per pound; dry kip. Mo. 1. 5 to 15
pounds. ll&15c per pound; dry calf, No 1
under 5 pounds. I7ffl8c; dry eaited. bulls and
staga, one-third les than dry flint; tculls,
moth-eaten, badly cut. scored, tauirain nair
slipped, weather-beaten or grubby. 2&3c per
pound less); salted bide, steeru, cound Co
pounds and over. Ufilvc per pound; 5o to oo
pounds, bfeSOc per pouno; under 50 pouaos
and cows otfttc per pound; salted stags and
bulls, pound, uc per pound; salted kip, sound.
15 to 30 pounds, Oc per pound; tailed veaL
sound, lo to 14 pounds, Oc per pound; tatted
calf, sound under 10 pounds, 10c per pound -tgreen
unsalted. 1c per pound leas; cuila. lc
from 10 to 20 per cent less or v-mtX -ZZ
pound; horse hides, salted, each, according to
size. $1.5062. dry. each, according to ize sift
1.50; colts" hides. 25350c each; gnat skin
common, lo&15c each; Angora, with wool on!
25cjS7lS0 each. '
TALLOW Prune, per pound, 3UC4c: No. 2
and grease. 2g3c '
PELTS Bear .skins, as to size. No. I. $2.50
10 each; cuos. $l2. badger. 23e50c; wild
cat. with head pertect, 25n5yc; nouse cat.
6310c; fox. common gray. twtfTuc; red.
5, cross, $515. sliver and black $looB2ii
tihhers. $5s; lynx. $4.5ojjj; mluK
No. 1. according to dire. $102.50: marten,
dark Northern, according to size and colo
$10315; marten, pale. pine, according to
sire and color. 52.M4 ; mubkrat, large. 10a
15c; skunk, 40S&Oc: clvtt or lKjleS. ta
10c; otter, large, prime skin. SCSIIV nan
ther. with head and clawa perftct. S2fc3
raccoon, prime. 30Q50c; mountain wol
with head perfect. $3.503; coyote 60eBT
wolverine. $6i8; beaver, per skin, lar-'e"
KSti;" medium, ssei; small. im.5o; kita. 5ov
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 20ff22c
CASCARA SAGRADA (Chlttam bark) Good
S4,jc per pound. '
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Dreocd, bulla. t-4c per jpound; cowa.
4roOVic: country steerc 485c
MUTTON Dressed, tancy. 68r7c per pound
ordinary. 4SHc; Spring lambs. 7fc7c.
VEAL Dressed, 100 to 123 pound. 5Se
125 to 200 pounds, 4&-4jc; 2VO pounds and ut
PORK Dreseed. 100 to 150. 7B75ic; 150 and
shoulders. 8c; boiled ham. lic; boiled picnic
ham. boneless. 13c
BACON Fancy breakfast, 17c per pound:
standard breakfast. 35c; choice. I3w; EngiUh
breakfast. 11 to 14 pound. 12&C; peach bacon,
SAUSAGE Portland, ham, 1 3c per pound
minced ham. 10c; Summer, choice dry 17c
belogaa. long. ljc: weinerwurst. tic: liver mc'
pork. 9c. blood. 3c: headcheese, 6c; bolosna
actage, link. 4".ic
DRY SALT-CURED Regular- fcort clears.
Hc sR, lOiic mektdi elear aclw, 8c salt.
wc HMea; aar tteiuec. I- U -J7 ewa
avfrage. none wait, cone un)id: Otbob ex.
ports. 2 tc 25 skmi4c avrrage.vitt alusllVio
I butchers stock. 25 j 30c each; short wool. JCo.
1 butchers etocic, 4Ufl5Uc each; medium worn
No. 1 butchers' stock. tiOffSOe; lose wooL Xo
1 butchers' stock. Sllci.So each.
ssaoked: Union "butts, 3 to IS peK4 average.
Se salt. Oc BSMked.
PJCKLED GOODS Pickled pigs feet. -ar-rels,
$5; U-barrelt, $2.75: 15-pound kit, $L2S;
pickled tripe. J-barreU. $0: U-barrele. $C7S;
15-pound, ait picl:led pigs tongue.
barrels. $8; li-tearrele, $3; lZ-pound klir. $1.30;
plekied lamb totffe, -sarrela, $: "-barrels.
5.50: 15-pound kits, $2.75.
LARD Leaf lard, kettie-randered: Tierce,
OHc: tubs. 9Tic: 50.- 9ic: 20a. lOc; 10s. lOSc;
5s. lOHc Staadard pure: Tierces. 8 Tic; tuas.
VAc: Ms. Stic: V. 9ict 10. SKc: Sa. ;c
Compound: Tierces. 6c; tubs. CKc; V. H'-Ac:
10a. ic; 5a. 6?4c.
GASOLINE Store gasoline, cases. 23,5c; Iron
barrels. 37c: S6 deg. gasoline, cases, 32c; Iron
barrels or drums. 36c
COAL OIL-Csses. 204c; iron barreta. 14c:
wood barrele. 17c: 63 deg.. cases. 22c:, Iron
barrela. 13 Vic.
LINSEED OIL Haw, bafrelIlc; caes. 66c
Boiled: Barrets. 63c; casee.'Sc: lc less In
5 -barrel lots.
TURPENTINES Cases. S4c per gallon.
"WHITE LEAD Ton loU. "Uc: 500-ponnd
lots. 75ic; less than 500-pound lots, Sc
lrices Quoted at Fortland Talon Stockyards
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyaois
yesterday were 273 cattle. The following
prices wrre quoted at the yards:
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers, $4.25;
cows and heifers. $3?3.50: medium, $1.5002.
HOGS Best Urge fat hogs. $6: Nock and
China fat, $5.25(75.50; blockers. $3.
SHEEP Bert Eastern Oregon and- Valley.
$4.5005; medium. $404.50.
Prices Current nt Kansas City, Omaha and
CHICAGO. May 8.-rCattle Receipts. 2200;
steady. Good io prime Piers. $3.50.25: poor
to medium. $4.5033.25; stockers and fteders.
$2.50Q3.10; cows. $1.5051.73; heifers, $3
5.50; canners. $1.50S3: bulls, $2.75ff4.73;
Hcgs Receipts today 54.000. tomorrow 25.
000; lOSISc lower. Mixed. $5.40?5.52Vi: good
to choice heay, $3.4505.55; rough heavy.
$5.30J5.40; light. $5.S0S5.50; bulk of tales,
Sheep Receipts. 81,000; sheep strong, lambs
firm. Good to choice wethers, shorn. $4,508'
5.10; fair to choice mixed, shorn, $44.50;
Western sheep, shorn, $405,03; native lambs,
ehora, $4.75Q6; Western lambs, $537.15.
SOUTH OMAHA. May S- Cattle Receipts
3000; market fclotv and steady. Native steers,
$4.404.G5; cows and heifers. $2.4003.20; West
ern steers. $3.50g5.15; canners. . $2.003.25;
stockers and feeders, $2.80g5.10; calves, $3.00
(g6.00; bulls, stags, etc. $3.5094.30.
Hogs Receipts, 6500; market 10c lower.
Heavy. $5.155.224; mixed. 6.1563.20; light.
$5,109.20; pigs, $4.0065.00.
Sheep Receipts, 3500; market steady. West
ern yearlings, $4.404.70; wethers, f4.OOa4.GO;
ewes. $3.8084.59; lamb?, strong, $5.0035.80.
KANSAS CITY. May S. Cattle Receipts.
8000; market steady to shade lower. Native
steers, $4.23(30.30; native cows and heifers.
r-23ff5.40; bulla. $2.7534.75; calves, "$3.50
C.23: Western fed stccre, $4.5086.25; Western
fed cows. $3.505.25.
Hogs Receipts. 7000; market 10c lower. Bulk
of sale?. $5.2053.30; heavy, $5.3005.35; pack
ers, $o.2OS5-30: pigs and light, $t.40Q37.i.
Sheep Receipts. 4500; market 5c lower. Mut
tons, $4.25J.O0; lambs. $5.5036.75; range
wethers, $4.5005.00; fed ewes. $3.6OQ4.50.
SAN FRANCISCO. May S. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
were as follows:
Alpha Con $ .lOjJustice ..,
Andes 25Mextcan .
Best & Belcher. . L45iOphIr -
.70 Seg. Belcher
Con. Cal. & Va.. L70iSIcrra Nevada..
Crown Point lO SIIver Hill
Exchequer 33 Union Con
Gould & Curry. . .2li:tah Con
Hale & Norcross L33iYellow Jacket.'...
NEW YORK. May 8. Closing quotations:
Adams Con $ .20ILIttle Chief $ .03
Alice .50OtitarIo ..... ... 4.00
BroCG .25jOpnir ...... 10.2i"
Brunswick Con.. .OSiPhoenlx 03
Comstock Tun... .02 Potosi 13
Con. Cal. & Va.. 1.70jSavagc 43
Horn Silver..... 1.73!Slerra Nevada... .35
Iron Silver .32!Small Hopes....
Leadille Con... .OoiStandard
BOSTON, May 8. Closing quotations:
Adventure ....$ 3.50rMohawk $ JS
10.30IMonL C & C
-ft n1riji rMini-.
Atlantic . ...
Cal. & Hecla.'. 645.00tShannon
Centennial .... 1 S.00Tamarack
Copper Range. 70.00TrInlty
Daly West 12.50iUnItcd Copper.
Dominion Coal 7S.00IU. S. Mining...
Franklin 8.00!U. S. Oil
Isle Royale... 20.50
Michigan 1 LOO! Wolverine
NEW YORK. May 8. The London tin mar
ket was a little higher at 136 5s for spot,
but futures were unchanged at 153 la Hd.
Locally the market was quiet at 29.80
Copper was firmer In London, closing at
65 7s Gd for spot and 65 lis 3d for fu
tures. Locally the market was unchanged.
Lake and electrolytic. 15 C? 15.25c; casting.
Lead was unchanged at 12 12s Cd in Lon
don and at 4.304.60c in New York.
Spelter was lower abroad, closing at 23 10"
In London. The local market was weak at
Iron closed at 52s 2d at Glasgow and at
45s in Middlesboro. Locally the market was
quiet. No. 1 foundry Xorthern,$H.506,15:
No. 2 foundry Northern. S13.50&10; No. 1
foundry Southern and No. 1 foundry South
ern soft, $17.25017.75.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. May a Evaporated apple
show no fresh features. Common to good.
eic; prime. 4.35g5.30c; choice, 6ic; fantv,
Prunes are in light demand on spot and
while holders are said to he firm In their
vlfiwa as to futures, the tone of the general
market Is no better than steady. Quotations
ranged from 2;c to 5Tc, according to grade.
Apricots are unchanged. Choice, 30810'ic;
extra choice, Uc; fancy, 12(T5c
Pea ones are steady at recent prices. Choice.
10104c; extra choice. 10Jt(?10?ic; fancy.
Raisins steady with seeded In better de
mand. Loose, 6Uc; seeded raisins, 5UffSc
and London layers. $191.15.
Coffee and Sugar. -NEW
YORK. May 8. CotTec futures closed
steady, about 3 points higher. Sales. 22.000
bags. Including July at 0.00c; September.
7.057.15c: November. 7.30c; January. -7.40c;
March. 7.43c. Spot Rio. steady; No. 7. Sc
Sugar Raw. firm; fair refining. 3Tc; cen
trifugal. 06 test, 4ic; molasses sugar. 3ic
Refined, unsettled; crushed. $(5.S5; powdered,
fC.75; granulated. $0.15.
London Wool Sales.
LONDON. May 8. The offerings at the wool
salt today amosnted to 13.447 bales. Keen
bidding by Continental and home buyers for
merinos caused a hardening tendency, eipe
cially in beat scourcds. America continued to
lay 30 per cent advance for medium and fin
rrofsbreds. taking parcels at lldfila id. Other
qualities were readify taken by ho'me buyers.
Cape of Good Hope wool was firm. .
New York Cotton Market.
NKW TORK. May S. Cotton futures eloitd
steady at net gain of 14S20 points. May.
7.C0c; June, 7.3Se; July. 7.67c: AugutT, 7.71c;
September. 7.77e; October. 7.84c; November,
7.85c; December. 7.02c Spot closed higher;
midland uplands, 5.15c; midland gulf. 8.40c;
tales, 855 bales.
Wool at S4- Lend. -ST.
LOUIS." May S. Wool Krongi -combing
and clothing. 27tr30ic; light fine. 2326c:
heavy fine. J7$20c:.iub washed, 324 lc
Boy .Drowned in Xooksack.
BKLLTNGHAii. "Wash. May S. The
fyr-old go-f Il4MK-tj;
nh4nr almiP StHea-. "was r9ycrt4 in
the Nookssck River at FeraiaJc
DEMAND EXCEEDS SUPPLY
CHICAGO WHEAT STRONG PItOM
START TO PJXISH v .
Bullish Statement of Available
Stockscin United States Ef
fect of War Talkv
CHICAGO, May S. The wheat market was
strong from start to finish. At the opening
July was up USfic at 83fcf S3Uc Shorts were
active bidders, but offerings were light. The
main Influences at first were that France and
England might become Involved in the Russo
Japanese war. Other bullish factors of a
much more definite and. potent character dc
veloped. A variety of damage reports wens
received. Some of these advices told of dam
age by rust in Missouri and Illinois and others
told of the HtMian fly In "Nebraska and still
others of alack of rain In Kansas! An ad
vance of Oc a buincl in the wheat" market at
Budapest during the past few days, said to
be due to a drought in the Danublan Prov
inces, furnished additional Incentive through
out the session, but the demand exceeded the
supply. In coneeq.uencc. prices steadily ad
vanced. Th, climax to the bullish eltuation.
was completed by a statement of the available
stocks of wheat In the "United States. The
statement showed a decrease of 2,182.000
"bushels in the visible supply. The highest
point of tho day for July was -reached at
844c The market closed strong with July
at 84c. Clearances of wheat and flour were
nqual to 55,100 bushels. Primary receipts
were 188,200 bushels, compared with 10S.800
bushels a year ajro. Minneapolis. Duluth and
Chicago reported receipts of 155 cars, against
253 cars last week.
Corn was active. July opened iSlic higher
at 47HQ47UC, sold up to 47Uc and closed at
The oats market was strong. July opened
unchanged at 29Uc. .sold up to 23Vic and closed
Considering a decline of 10615c in the price
of lire hogs, the tone of the provision market
was firm. All of the loss was regained. At
the close. July pork was up 2!c; lard" and
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
May $ .2ti $ .0U $ .92 $ .02 U
July S3, .84 U .83 H .84
Sept. 73 .70 i .78 !s .78 !
4STi .40 .48;
July 47 i
.47 .17 li .4611
.30 i .30 .20 i
20U .20H .20 U
.28 U, .28 U .28 H
32.57 4 12.25
12.57 4 12.50
July . .
7.45 7.52 Vi
7.02 Vi 7.05 7.02 Vi
7.22 '.4 7.27 U 7.22 Vi
7.43 7.32j 7.45
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. 02t?00c; No. 3, S3
06c; No. 2 red. 0205ic.
Cora No. 2, 404 3 Vic: No. 2 yellow,
Oats No. 2, 20ic: No. 2 white, 22Vi633c;
No. 3 white. 30 U 32c
Rye No. 2, 72 ',4 c
Barley Good feeding. 370 10c; fair to
choice malting. 45U ft S Vie.
Flax seed No.. 1, $1.25; No. 1 Northwest
Timothy seed Prime. $3.
Mesp pork Per barrel, $12,054? 12. 10.
Lard Fcr 100 pounds. $7.13fI7.17,,i.
Eliort ribs side Loose. $7f?7.12i.
Short clear rides Boxed. $7fl7.121i.
Clover Contract grade, $12912.50.
. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 10.000 8.100
Wheat, bushels S.000 37.800
Corn, bushels 7H.000 250.700
Oats, bdtneis 15o.0iJ
Barley, bushels.. 80.300
Grain aad Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. May S. Flour Receipts.
53,000 barrels: exports. 4000 barrels. Steady.
Wheat Receipts. 1000 bushels. Firm. No.
2 red. 04c elevator; No. 2 red. 05c nominal
f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth. $1.03Vi
f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba. 07 Uc
f. o. b. afloat. There was & strong upturn
in wheat today, based on firm cables, war
rumors, less favorable crop news from the
Southwest, and higher cash markets. May
closed unchanged at 03c; July closed at
S3 Vic and September at S3ic
Hops and hides Quiet.
Grain ut San Francisco.
SAX FRAXCISCO, May 8. Wheat and bar
Spot quotations Wheat: Shipping. $1,456-'
1.47; milling. J1.55S1.66U- Barley: Feed.
S1.lSUei.21H; brewing. $l.22ffl.25. Oats:
Red. $1.40a"1.60; white. $1.421461.60; black.
Call board sales Wheat: May, S1.43U asked;
December. $1.28. Barley: May. $1.1 Oli bid:
December, 86c Corn: Large yellow, $1.27V4
Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. May 8. Wheat May. 6s
C'.id; July. 6s 6'id; September. Os 4"d.
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA, May S- Wheat unchanged; blue
stem, 02c; club. S5c
WAR SCARE IN STOCK MARKET.
Selling at New York for Foreign Account
Carries Prices Down.
NEW YORK, May 8. Measured by the ef
fects in the New York stock market, the ten
sion between Great Britain and France over
the preservation of neutrality in the Far East
must be acute. Measured by another visible
index, there docs not seem to be serious ap
prehension of any 'rupture between those two
powers. It 1s true that the selling of stocks
in New York, which carried the prices down
ward, was mostly for foreign account, but the
volume of It was not Impressive and the ready
effect on prices must be attributed In large
part to the continued doubt felt toward the
market by the operations of any considerable
power. Declines In the government aecurltlea
most Immediately affected by the foreign po
litical situation were moderate and the move
ment in the foreign securities markets was
more rettralned than in New York. Paris
was reported to be a considerable seller of
securities of London. Discounts hardened in
London and sterling exchange was notably
etrong, but the sterling was also strong at
Paris and the price of gold was reduced in
London. As a net result, tbe international
exchanges have moved nearer to the point
calling for exports of gold from New York
The money rate here was entirely unaffected
and was in fact rather easier In response to
the strong bank statement of Saturday.
The wheat market made some response to
tbe foreign political situation, but cloe atten
tion was unable to detect any actual foreign
demand here aa a result of the Incipient war
scare. Nevertheless, prices of stocks broke In
a decidedly weak manner, a number of in
stances showing lower quotations than last
Saturday. The PaclRcs. Southwest ems and
Southerns were most affected among the rail
roads and the Iron and steel stecks were con
spicuous among the .Industrials. The selling,
although moderate, was very well, distributed
and no part of the list escaped entirely the
prevailing weakness. The result ttraa con
clusive of the failure of the considerable reduc
tion in price which has already taken place,
to attract any effective demand. Soae sym
pathetic effect mast be allowed to the extreme
weakness of the stocks. Peofiles'Gaj -suffered
directly from state legtslatfea patting a rate
jr.aklng power into the hands of the Chicago
elly government. The Indifference of the de
mand again showed Itself at the record level
of price and they -wera bat "poorly held, ta
that the cloci&g was barely steady, The mar
ket was narrow arJ y4saly largely la pro
fessional hands throwgtteet.
Beads were trregater. Total sales, par
value. .56,b. .United States beng were
all unchanged-oa calL
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
, "i ". CMkc
- Sl. Htxkw, .. - BW.
AKhlsea SrsT Sli SI
prefwred. . ...... ,... 11H.
Downing, Hopkins & Co.
' ' WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor Chamber of Commerce
At. Coast Line. 2.20U 133
Baltimore Si O. 4.000 103 U
do preferred........ .....
Can. Pacific.... 10.400
Central of N. J.
Ches. & Ohio. 7,600
do preferred.. ......
C. Gt. Western. 3.400
C & Northwest. . 100 218
C., M. & St. P. 33.600 170H
u. xer. & Trans.
do preferred.. 5,000
C C. C. & S. L. 700
Col, & Southern 2.000
ao 1st pref. ...
do 2d pref....
DeL & Hudson.
D., Lack. & W..
D. &. Tt. Grande
do preferred. .
do 1st pref... .
do 2d pref....
,500 158 U 157
do preferred. .
Kaa. City So...
Louis. &. Xash. 14.000
Manhattan L... 000
Met. Securities. 1.000
Met. St. Ry... 4.600
Mexican Central LCOO
ainn. i St. L.. ......
M S P & S S M.
Missouri Pacific 2.600
Mo.. Kas. & T
do preferred. .
X. R. R. M. pfd.
X. Y. Central..
X. Y., O. & W.
Xor. Pacific. . . .
Xorfolk & West 4,100
Pennsylvania .. 30.200 135H
i'.. U C & 5. L.,
do 1st pref. ... 200
do 2d pref..
Rock Island Co. 6.400
do preferred.. 400
S L & S F 2d pf.
3. L. Southwest.
do preferred.. 11.600
So. Pacific 11S.700
do preferred.. 500
So. Railway.... 3,300
Texas & Pacific 2.000
T.. St. L. & W
Union Pacific. . .100,800
do preferred.. 400
Wabash ........ 200
do preferred.. 000
Wheel. & L. E. 400
31 Ti 31 Vx
do preferred. .
Adams American 300
-Amal.- Copper.. 05.600
Am. Car & F.. 1.500
do preferred.. 1.100
Am. Cotton Oil. 100
do "preferred.. ......
230 250 230
80 78 70
34 34 33
OS 07 06
32 32 32
17 17 17
47 46 47
112 111 112
111 100 110
110 110 110
133 131 132
05 04 04
107 107 106
60 39 50
43 4t 41
107 101 102V4
13 12 12
60 60 50
42 42 42
174 173 173
20 19 20
78 7S 78
30 30 30
Sl 81 Sl
44 13 44
100 100 100
30 35 35
104 103 102
5S -"3 rS
..... .... 235
is" 17 17
73 71 72
34 33 34
105 104 104
81 77 77
3S 37 37
30 20 30
08 97 07
33 32 32
105 104 104
03 03 03
do preferred . . .
A. Linseed Oil.
Am. Locomotive 14.100
do preferred.. 1.600
Am. Smlt. & R. 16.800
do preferred.. 1.100
Am. Sugar R..
A. Tob.. pd. cer.
Ana. MIn. Co..
Brk. Rap. Tran.
Colo. Fuet & I.
do preferred . .
do prrf erred..
North American 4,200 100
Pacific Mall.... 300
People's Gas.... 38.600
Fred Steel C 200
do "prfirrcd . .
Pullman Fal. C.
Republic Steel.. 1.700
do preferred. . 800
Rubber Goods. . 8.000
do preferred.. 2.000
Tenn. Coal & I. 11.700
U. S. Leather
U. R. Realty
V. S. Rubber. . . 600
V. S. Steel 0.000
do preferred.. 71.100
Ylr.-Car. Chem. 3.700
do preferred. . 1.000
Western Union. 200
Total sales for the day. 708.800 shares.
NEW YORK. May 8. Closing quotations:
TJ. S.vref. 2s rg.l01Atchlson Adj. 4s 90
do coupon 104 (D. & R. G. 4s. ..101
U. S. 3s reg 104 X. Y. Cent, lsts.100
do coupon 104tNor. Pacific 3s.. 70
U. S. new 4s rg.132 Nor. Pacific 4s. .103
do coupon 132 !So. Pacific 4s... 05 x
U. S. old 4s rg. 104 Union Pacific 4s. 105
do coupon 104Wls. Central 4s. 03
Stocks at London.
LONDON, May S. Consols for money,
80; consols for account. 80 13-10.
Anaconda 5Norfolk West. 78
do preferred... 04
do preferred. . . 104
Baltimore & O.103
Can. Pacific 130 Vi
Ches, & Ohio.. 40
C. Gt. Western. 10
C. M. & St. P.. 174
D. Sz R. Grande. 20
do preferred... 87
do 1st pref.. .. 70
do 2d pref.... 67
Illinois Central. 162
Louis. & Nash. 148
Mo., Kas. & T. . 26
X. Y. Central. .153
Ontario & West. 47
do 1st pref..
do 2d pref..
So. Railway 30
ao preierrea... us
So. Pacific 60
Union Pacific. ...120
do preferred. ..100
U. S. Steel 31
do pref erred. -.101
do preferred... 42
Spanish Fours... 00
Money, Exchange, Etc.
XEW YORK. May 8. Money on call,, steady.
1S2 per cent; closing bid, 2 per cent;
offered. 2 per cent. Time money, steady:
CO and 00 days. 3 per cent; six months, 3$fr
3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 3$p
4 per cent.
Sterling exchange Strong, closing steady,
with actual business in bankers' bills at
$4.807034.8875 for demand, and at $4.84858
4.8470 for 60 days. Posted rates, $4.S3
4.87. Commercial bills. $4.S434.S4.
Bar silver 37c
Mexican dollars 44c
Bonds Government, steady; railroad, Ir
regular. LONDON, May 8. Bar silver steady, 26d
Money. 262 per cent,
The rate of discount in the open market for
ahcrt bills la 2&2-16 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market for
three months bills Is 292 3-16 per cent.
SAX FRANCISCO, May 8.-llvef bars,
Mexican dollars Nominal. "
Drafts Sight. 3c: telegraph, 5c
Stirling On London. 60 "days; $4.854; sight.
Dally Treasary Statement.
WASHINGTON. May S. Today's statement
of Treasury-.balance In the general fund
Available cash balance... ...$132.042 391
Gold , 6 1,320.120
Dairy Produce la the East.
CHICAGO. May 8. On the Produce 'Ex
change today the butter market was steady.
Crea-aeriea. 20g24ct dalriM.' 1822c-
Eggs Steady. .15c; firsts, 1691Cc: ex
Cheese Easy. 15fl4c
XEW YORK. May SL Butter Strong.
"Street, extra. 20 (f 27c; official, extra. 23
ft23c: state dairy. 21026c: renovated, ex
tra. 174 2,". Vic; "Westers factory, common t
extra. l023c; Western imitation creamery,
extra. 25c: do. firsts. 234724c.
Che Firm: state full cyeaau. small old
colored and white, fancy, 14e. do, fine. 13e;
do, late made, pocr to choice, ItrglSKc. do,
large fancy. 14c; do. fine- 13V13c; do. (ate
ade colored aevwhlt?. ot to che4cv 16f
13c: "fcew small colored .aad white
13c": . tfc to, clwice. ll?Jir?lxc
Egs Irregwtec; Wc4era ,stot-ag WeeOvoe. ,
18e: do. ftrstf. 18c -
ORANGE MARKET BOOMING
S.-VN FRAXCISCO JOBBERS SIIORT
Prices Bid Up 13 to 35 Cents at
. Public Auction Old Pota
SAX FRANCISCO, ' May 8. (Special.)-The
most important feature of tho fruit market
was the sudden boom In oranges. Nearly
all tbe receipts came to auction promoters,
and jobbers being ohort of supplies, had to
compete at the public sale. Nine carloads
were auctioned and the sale was the most suc
cessful held this year, everything being quick
ly sold at the- highest prices of the season.
Fancy navels brought $1.5062.70; choice, $1,259
2.25; standard. $1$2. and a small lot of fancy
St, Michaels, $1.751.80. As a result of the
sale, prices in the open market advanced 15
35c Other citrus fruits were quiet and steady.
Cherries, though in lighter supply, ruled easy,
as a large portion were rain-damaged and
unfit for the shlppln gtrade.
Rain caused smaller receipts of new potatoes
and stiffened prices c for the same. Old
potatoes were firm, as last quoted. Four car
loads of Minnesota Burbanks arc close at hand.
Xew red onions are in lighter supply and
steadier, at $1.23141.50 per sack. Asparagus
la easier and green peas higher.
The grain market was quiet. Future deliv
eries of wheat and barley were easier, owing
to good rains, but May and spot were fairly
steady, with stocks greatly reduced.
The regular trade in butter is quiet, but
storming is sufficiently active to keep prices
steady. Cheese Is weak. Eggs are steady.
Receipts, 123,600 pounds butter; 10,500 pounds
cheese, 40,170 dozen eecxv
VEGETABLES Garlic, 7gl2c; green peas,
$1.2562: string beans. 57c; asparagus, 4
7c; tomatoes, $2.232 1; egg plant, I5
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. 18020c; roost
ers, old. $484.50; do young. $6.5007.50; broil
ers, zxwll. $2g2.50; do large. $323.50; fry
ers. $5.5C6: hens. $586.60; ducks, old. $67;
do young. $78.
CHEESE Young America. lOffllc: East
BUTTER Fancy creamery. ISVjc: creamery
seconds. 174c; fancy dairy. 17c; dairy sec
EGGS Store. 16g17c: fancy ranch. 18c
MAY Wheat, $10913.50; wheat and, oats,
$0812.50; barley. $810; alfalfa, $710;
clover. $710; stock. $S.507: straw. 25350c
MI LLFE E D Bran. $20.5021; middlings.
WOOL-Spring. Humboldt and Mendocino,
2426c: Xcvada. 16g20c
FRUIT Apples, choice. $2; do common, $1;
bananas. 75c$2.50; Mexican limes. $4.50g5;
California lemon?, choice. $2.50; do common.
75c; oranges, navels, 85c$2.50; pineapples.
HOPS-2426c per pound.
POTATOES River Burbanks. 90c$1.25; Sa
linas Burbanks. nominal; sweets, nominal;
Oregon Burbanks. $1.251.60.
RECEIPTS Flour. 4134 quarter sacks;
wheat. 140 centals; barley, 108 centals; oats.
301 centals; beans, 463 sacks; corn. ' 23S !
centals; potatoes. OOl sacks; bran, 530 sacks;
middlings. 220 sacks; hay, 3S2 tons; wool.
447 bales; hides, 17S.
BOSTON FIRM GETS THK WOOL.
Montana Clip of 300,060 Founts Goes at 25
GREAT FALLS, Mont.. May 8. All the. wool
of the Sage Creek camp, estimated at about
300.000 pounds, has been told to L. G. Holden.
buyer for Dewey, Gould & Co.. of Boston. Tha
price tsi understood to have been 25 cents per
pound fcr every pound of wool to be marketed
by the company. The .company's ranches are
on Sage Creek, near Utica. Fergus County, and
for several years the clip has been considered
one of rhfc very choice ones of the state.
All the buyers In this part of Montana have
been hot after the clip for weeks. Holden
closed the deal, about a week, ago, but did
not announce It until today.
Mrs. Maybrick's Mother to TestlTy.
WASHINGTON. May S. The Baroness
Caroline von Roques, mother of Mrs.
Florence Maybrick, who is the plaintiff
in a suit against D. W. Armstrong- in
volving large tracts of land in Virginia
and Kentucky, has arrived here from New
York, where she landed yesterday from
Havre. Mrs. Maybrick did not accom
pany her, being detained in New York by
a fractured kneecap, but is expected in a
few days, when she and the Baroness
will go ta Richmond to give testimony in
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P. M. Arrive Portland, 10:10 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor Una
operates daily to Monmouth and Alrlie. con
necting with S. P. Co. trains at Dallas and
First-class fares from "Portland to Sacra
mento and San Francisco, ?20; berth, ?5.
Second-class fare, S15: second-class berth,
Tickets to Eastern points and Europe. Also
Japan, China. Honolulu and Australia.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, comer Third and
"Washington streets. Phone Main 712.
Puget Sound Limited for
Tacoma. Seattle. Olym
pla. South Bend and .
Gray's Harbor points... S:30 ara 4:43 pa
North loa&t Limited for
Tacoma. Seattle. Spo
kane, Butte, St. Paul.
New York. Boston and
all points East and
Southeast 3:00 90 7:09 xca
Twin City Express for
Tacoma. Seattle. Spo- . , ,
kane, Helena. St. Paul. .
Minneapolis, Chicago. ,
New York, Boston and
all points East and
Southeast 11:43 pm 7:00 pag
Puget bound-Kansas Clty
SL Louis tpeciaL tor ' ,
Tacoma. Seattle, Spo
kane, Butte, Billing.
Denver. Omaha. Kassaa
City, St. Louis and aU
points East and South
cut 8:30 am 7:00 ans
AH trains dally, except oi. tfoutla. Bnd
a jj. CHARLTON. Assistant General Pas
senger Agent. 253 Morrison t. cornr Third,
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
r'or aiaiavta, xtalnlar.
Clifton, Astoria. "War
reatoa, Flavei, Ham
aaoad. Fort Stuvans.
Ge&rhart Park, bea-side.-Astoria
7:00 P. A
9?40 P. M.
a A. STEWART. J. C. MAYO.
Cer&ra'l AgLi 2-48 Alder St.. a. 7. & P. A
Phone Main 006-
For South -Eastern Alaska
SxC rv Biotn leave Seattle.
City of Seattle. S. S. Cot
tage City. Maf 0. 10,
22. Excursion . S Spo
kane leaves June" 8-22, July
8-3; August 3-17.
BelUngttzjn Bay Keta:
Dally- except. Stiar!ay-a
18.A. M., . - .
VaBsdwver. X. C. Koviet. Meoday, W4
day ad TrMw 1. P- M
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