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THE MORNING OREGONlAK, TUESDAY, JUNE 27,
HOHETDEW 01 HOPS
Serious Reports Coming
From Valley Yards.
HOT WEATHER IS NEEDED
California Crop 18 In a Bad Way
Heavy Arrivals of Fruit on
IocaI Market Receipts of
Kgrgs Show Increase,
HOPS Serious report from Valley
yard of lie aad honaydew.
FRUIT Mtaed certot arrtvt from
California, inctadinc "flrst yottaw
peaches. Car each ef watermelon!
and eantatoupes due today. Banana
VEGETABLES Holbeyse cucumbers
received from Camu.
EGOS Arrival ef Xm1m stimulates
shipments of Oregon.
POUWRY-r Active trading toM fer
BUTTER All grades " ad weak.
Reports continue to wi lit of the rav
ages of lice in Valley iwpywree. la 'tbe In
dependence district the p In aald I W vry
bad and honey dew i Increasing rapidly
there, though tb vines otherwise are look
ins well. TIm weather la Meal Cor the spread
of this trouble, wfctch cae oats cheeked
by a spell of very hot weathor. Growers
hnpc that the change -win not be taag de
layed, as it title weather eawttaaog. Irrep
arable damage will be done to the crop.
Reports from California are far from en
couraging, and hop experts there are Mead
Sly reducing their lotlnmi of the slate's
crop, which some sow ptace at oaly 4e.Ot4
Tales. J. A. Jomi, of Newberg. who haa
iust returned from CalMoinia. paid a Mt
to LI I lent bet's fa moan Pteaoeatoa ranch of
400 acree. usually one of the hoarlnat pro
iTucers in the state, and was toM by the
focmsn that the yard would do well If K
irxJuced one-foarth of
In New York state.
rep rfed, the general outlook being good. Coa
thiops In England are also favorable for
"b- fontlng crop. The Kentish Observer of
Junr 8 contalnad the following report:
A!) ford The hops ta this parish have
rtartd fairly wen, and the weather daring
'ho at week has preaUy lmmsiid the laoV
the bine, which was going a Mt yellow ta
I jares. Young hops -began to want rata,
wh;. U has now come. Fir .con he found, box
to no great extent at pi nun I. CuWwitloa la
mirt plantation!; Is good.
Canterbury Although nothing mare than a
fow showers ware realtr needed far the
1 no in the Canterbury grounds, tswre can
vp no doubt that the heavy rata oa Mew day
.nd Tuesday will prove Visncflciel. especially
.' later on there eeene a apett of dr
iv rat her. The moisture must haw gone well
'own in to the root, and with a renewal
find continuance of warmth the growth of
hr bine will he greatly accelerated. The
rlants are -thus far free of Ay.
Maidstone and Dtatrjtat The Maw- eenttaJMO
to grow apace, and ia looking wonderfMMy
well. We have had heavy rata Una week
whi-h most do goad. Fly -are oa the In
crease, and lice are being deposited. There
3s talk of washing being started at the Kar
lelghs in the course of the next few dajw.
EL Stephen's (Oanterhnry) Mom. rapid
growth has been the feature of the past
week, and now that soaking rains have fallen,
warm, bright weather only Is needed to give
the gardens a most promtaiag appearance.
There Is a sprinkle of Ay.
Nortbtam Tbwe Is a goad deal of ay still;
but with the strong wind last week and
now with the good heavy rain which com
menred early Monday morning no doaht mush
of it will disappear. TMs welcome etahdy
rain has Improved the btae coneMerahl)-. I
Worcester The hop plant has made rapid
growth during the past week, and the hot
weather has givea a more healthy and vig
orous appearance to the bine. There Is &
pprinkllng of fly In most plantations.
Tho Portland market was very quiet yes
terday, the only sale reported being a 9-
bale lot of low-grade goods. It was reported
that WO hales were taken oat f the Sonthern
Paclflc warehouse Sunday, hnt no one sttmii
to know whose hoc! they were.
A Xfw York onrrojpondejst under aate of
June li wrote: "The market In pretty stag
nant here, everybody afraid to do anything;
a:i keenly watching reports of tto new crap.
Affording to united States Itepartrntsd, of
Agriculture reports, the lactac Const bar
vest is not ttkety to be anywhere near what
was recently predicted from arst appsnsanea
and aoreage. lVeorat stagnatioa nmy glva
way to notable acthrtty later m the aeaan
The following wiarhet advtoas from Loaioa
have been received:
-VV. II. and II. Latay report: The market
is hardening; merchants haw now the great'
est dir.kruliy' i Undtag hope to meet the re
quirements of ounoamere; the total weight
of stock of every descrlptloa bekag the small
est on record.
The Exchange and Hop Warahawass limited
mort: There is a hotter demons' tads week.
especially for cheap haps of good emattty,
few lots of those having changed hands. The
remaining haldetm are few. and
are getting exceedtagty lew.
is hardening, a. rhw ta prioae being anfirl
patod. lty Is reported In
MOItU MOOS COMING.
Eatcrn Arrivals Stir Up VaUcy Shlp-
Receipts of Oregon eggs were a Mmm haav
irr yerterda)' than ueual. laidlcaCMg that the
arrival of Kastera egasi bad stirred up
try nippers to market their ntsdta aa faet
as they could. The demani continued active
and the 'price held steady as oa aatntdcy. at
20 cents for both Otegec and Raetera. with
18't cents auoted em aaeaje lete of the tetter.
The ctolekett maritet tar the woek will opes
up toeey aad mml mi to be ey. psaiLiai,
from the lue.ulries sniidai'.
There was no change la the
ticru The tone of the marliec was weak.
with- heavy storks carried.
PLENTY OF ntUIT.
Front Street Well Stocked With Season
Frost street was heavily nuppllid yeKaraaj'
with shipments of ueaiLi'
kind of fruits aad vegetables,
receipts were a car of deeetm
California, two ears of Oexaet CaOe
toes, one car of omterrseiaaa
anges, asd one ear of hnnant. Three cars
of basanas came in Suadas; la Sue ec
but yr4erday' arrival was ripe. A ear of
watcrmeleAS is due this
car of cantaloup this eveaiag.
In the mixed fruit ear yew srna.r were the
first yeBev.- peaobee of the seaja, of thcgSC
John variet)-. They .were aSered at 89 ee&ts
te H a orate. Haleearly peaoites are sen
lag at S6 cents. BurbrJc peums. Tragedy
prsses asd Bsyal aricets, al?e la the let
were Quoted at'$l.
Cherries were t very pientsful yesterday,
and the leea! MsppNes that came in shewed
the effect of the rain. Loose eh eerie were
offered at SfjfS eeste. test the few that came
ia from a distance brought 75 cents. Igan
harrlea wcro aHe searee aad Sns at
auatWberry rcoolpu were Hght. and the
dfte ntoved up te f3t far the best sfctp
X jkeprateK of hoUionpc tbawtoes was re
eatved from Camas, aad was quoted at $S9
B per erate of fear baskets.
Bank elearmgs e( the Northwestern cities
yesterday weie as fettewa:
Pacttend ... 9 S77 lS6.2
Seattle 1.151. CM 31.J1
Spetatae ... SeS.i 11S.9BS
Grain. Flour. Feed. Etc
FJJOCR Patents. 54.see3.lv per barrel;
straights. $t W-I.2t; dears.- SX-7tf f. Valley.
$SW4.rS; Dakota hard wheat, i 0.567.50 ;
Oraham. (So-t; whole wheat. $iii i.Z5: rye
aour local. IS; Eaatora. SS-SeftS.S; corn
meat, per bale. $1.98
t HEAT Club. bQc per buebet; btaestem.
Mamie: Valley, fc&c
BARLEY yeed. per tea: rened.
OATS Ho. 1 white, feed. $36 per ton; gray.
klLLSTUFFS Bran, S19 per ton; mid
dlings. JLM.&e ; shorts. 51; ehep. V. S.. ilHl
IIP; linseed JalO' feed. US: AcaWa meaL J1S
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats. Clara, 90
pound sacks. JC.7S; lower grades. f5?4.S3;
oatsneAL steel cut, Sv-pouad saeks, S per
barrel; Zu-pound sacks. U.-i per hale; eat
raeal (ground). se-pou&J sacks, $7.30 per
barrel: M-pound sacks, ti per hale; cpUt
peas. (S per lOe-pound sack; JS-psund boxes.
$!.; pearl barler. Ji- per 1U pounde; 26
peund boxes, Jl.-fe per box; pastry fleur, 10
ponnd sacks, fZJ6 per Mle.
HAY Timothy. $Ufe lC per ton; clever. $11
642; grain. $11612; cheat. $Url2.
Bntter. Eggs, roaltry. Etc,
KOC8 -Orwgea ranch. Sue per dozen; Bast
BCTTaUt City creameries: Extra cream
ery, 20u;2lVc per peead; Mate ereameries.
Fancy, creamery. 17H921U-; Mere butter.
CIIESSK-Oregoa full cream twin. 11
12c: Young America. lAUfcc.
POCLTRT Fancy bene. jSfrlftic; average
hens. 12e; mtzd chlcbena. ll19c; old roeK
ers. Si)c. yvung rw(Mn. M 11c. dprng. lie
to 2 pounds. 19c; 1 U 1 pounds.
leMe. dressed cMekras. li14e; tur
key. live. liejlMc; turkeyK arm see. poor.
17ac: lurkeys. choice. 30re; geese,
live, per pound. TSc; geee. dresed. p;
pound. bir; ducks, cm. 5fc; ducks, youes
as to Mae. fSST7.ee. ptgeens. 11.2; eauabs.
Vegetable. Fruit. Etc
DOMESTIC FKCreS-StrawberriM. S1.5e?
2.26 per crate; appfrre. table. Jmgitm per
box; geesehernee. aucerl: now uaiueratiu
faJMhr.L per box; apncou, SKe$l per erate;
pea eh so, &fer$l per crate; plum. Saevt per
erate: Logan berries. $L2 per crate,
blackboi rles. 7c per crate; cherrlee. Sc
per lb.; cantaloupes. $4 per crate; pears. SI
per box: black csl il pr craui, currants. Cc
per pound: prunes. POcVJi; raisHii nini. $1.75
per crate; watermMn. rejac per yauna.
THOnCAL rH L ITS L-HKMM. iCS.
choice, ft per box: oranges, aa -i-. fancy.
lT.Uft.7f, per box; choice. ?32.S0; standard.
1T; Mediurraneaa xweets. fW
Z-; valencias. ; grapefruit. ?:.aweTI per
box; bananas. zc per peuna; piuf apples, yz.ee
oeea; a&iaragu. 2c per box; basns. Sit
c per pound: cabbage. IClKc per
nound: cauliflower. St her down: cel
ery. ic per dosea; eora. 3SC49c per dozei;;
44raxi per eozea; egg plant, lihe:
let t nor. hothouee. 2ac per dosen; lettuce, head.
lc per owsea; paiatey. 3&e per eea; peas.
fsac ler pounc; pepners. zc per peuau;
adtebea. l412e per dozen; rhubarb. IUQ
Thke per pound; tomatoes. l.793 per
crate; squasn. sin;i.z per box.
HOOT Y B lil A L. S-TniM. JLJiB
L4 per sack: carrots. $1.29sfl.M per sack;
beets. $11-23 per sack; garlic, lrfce per
Uf ioni tiiKornia rea. ii.jm i.mi per sun-
dred; yellow. J1.7.
1WATOBM)oii fancy, aid, 511.26;
Oregon, new fIJw; Eastera. $Ifl.2; OaH
feraie. new. f 1.2wl.M.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. -4 -crown. 7ic:
t&tyer Xuscatel raisin. 7c; unbleaehed.
eedlees Sultaaas. .c; London layers. 3
orowa, whole boxes of 20 pounds, $LS5; 2
DRIED FRUITS Apples, evsporated. 68
tic per pound; sundrled. sacks or boxes.
apricots, lev lie; peace, seriettc;
pears, none; pruaes. ltanan. tit; rresca.
Sfflc; c. CaMforaU bhseks, Se; do
white, none; .bmyraa. sec; nra aates. cc:
ptuats. pitted, ec.
Groceries, Nuts, Ilic.
COFTKB Mocha, . 2eeJ26c; Java, erdi&ary,
19V22c; Ceeta Rlea. fancy. 18t!tc; good. 1
lbc; ordiaary. le12c per pound; Cueumbta
roaet. cases. 1W (U.7S; Me, $12.75; Ar
buckle. 514.76; Lloa. $14.75.
RICO Imperial Japan No. 1, J8.37H; South
ern Japan. $S.S; Carolina.. broken
SALMON Columbia River. 1 -pound ta;i.
$1.75 per dosen; 2-pound tails. Jt.4; 1-peuad
aau. Jl.SS; fancy. lVipound Sats. Jl.bS; Vc
pound Aats. II. lw: ANu4ia pink 1 -pound talk,
tc; red, 1-pouad talie. ?U; seckeyes, 1
peund tails $l.SS.
SUGAR Sack basis, lee peunds: Cube.
ffc.SS. powdered. $.; dry granuteted. $5.8;
extra C. St; goMea C. $!.: fruit sugar,
I5.MI: advance uver sack basts, at follows:
Barrels. wc; half -barret. 2ec; bixe, flee per
le pounde. (Terms: Oa remittance within 1ft
days, deduct He per pound; if later than 15
days and within M days, deduct fee per pvuaa;
no dbjceunt after Se days.) Beet sugar, graau
hated, $5.40 per MM pounds; maple eager,
laslec per ix.iimd
SALT California, $11 per too. $1. prr
hale; Liverpool, to. $17; lees. $1CA; 2(M,
$t; halt-ground. I, $7; Ms. $7.5.
NUTS Walnut. Mfte per pound by sack, lc
extra for lees than sack; Brazil nuts, 15c;
ash ia te, 14c; pecans. Jumbos, lie; extra large,
lfte; afamonde, L X. L.. ldfc: cheetauts, Ital
tons. 15c; Ohio. $4 M per 25-pound dram; pea
nuts, raw, Tfec per pound; roasted. c; ptai
nuts. lCeyl2Sc; htcker) uU, 7c; ceceasnjts,
7c; escoanuts, S5dMMc per oosea.
BBANS Small -white. JS4Hc; large white.
K; 4nk. 2KV9c; hayou. 4c; um. eiic
BKatF Dreeeed suPis. ias per
eeunuy' steeiv, Wc
Dreeeed fancy. 5e per pound;
1 to 125 pounds. 67c:
4Usttc- 2f pounds and
PORK Dreeeed. 1 to 15. 7C7c;
aad up, 57e per pound.
ProvIlen and Canned Meats,
HAMS 10 to 14 pound. per
14 te 16 pounde. ISfcc; la k 30
he: shoulders, be: boned ham. Sic; bailed pic
nic aam. aoneiess. jc
BAtXtN Fancy brenkfaet, 15e per
Mnndnrd breakfast. IgUc; cbetea, ISc: Bag
neat breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 14c; peach
KAUSAGE-PorilaRd. bam. 15c per pound;
mtnoed ham. lc: Mnaer, choice dry.
17 c: boiogua. long, line; wetaerwurat, te;
liver. c; pork. Pc; blood. Se; headcheese. 6c;
BOtagaa oeoeage. imx,
DRY SALT-fURKD Regular short clear.
fc salt, lic mnoked; clear backs, pc
aau. wc KusoKca; ctear whin, if to I
pounde average, none saK. none smoked;
Oregon exports. 20 to 26 peuads average.
ivc sail. Jiv Mooaeeu
UKB-Leaf lard, kettle-rendered: Tiereei,
?c; tunc. hc; es. s fc; sen. iec; ibj.
lSc; 5. lVc Standard pare: Tlercea.
Sr; tube He; . it He; 2u. 8Hc; lw.
Hc; 5s. sc. vrompeuna: Tierces. Cc;
tube, IHe; M. CVtC; 1. ic: . tic
WCKLSO OOOraS Pork, bsrrebx $IS: h
hayels. 5 beef, barrel. $12; half barrek.
cu(.su xjuii iwwt aeet. peunas. per
daeea. J 1-36. two pounds. $2.36; six pauads.
5b. Roast beer oat. pounds, ft 25; two pounde.
tx pounds, none. Kesst beef, tail,
none: two pound. $2J; six pound.
T.iiarh tongue, peuadi. none; two
none; six pouods. fb.:0.
IIop. Wool, IUdcs, Etc
MOPS Choice. 104. lH2ic mt veuad.
K OOL Kastera Orecon. uverace taL 1SS
Sac. lower grades, doa-a to 15c acearclax to
shrinkage: VaNey. tepac per pound.
MOHAIR Choice. SftfrxStte per peunC
I9:d4c Pr Pound; dry kip. No. L 5 te Id
peuaos, llffilc per peuac: ary calf. Xc 1.
under 5 pounds. 17fJbc. dry salted, balls and
staae. one-third less than dry a tat: ccuHa
moth-eaten, badly cut. scored, murrata. hair-
ftppefl. weather-beaten er grubby, 2n5c per
peuna lersi; sanea aiace. cieers. souse. 80
pounds and over. if Ie per pound; 50 ta 60
peunna. &Vsc per pound, under 5a peunds
aad cows. ec per pound; salted stags aad
bulfc. sound. c per peund; salted kip. sound.
15 to 30 pounde. 9c pr pound; salted veaL
tonnd. M to 14 pounde. 8c per pound; salted
cuk. smhm. wnoer ie pouaas. MX per pound,
(green nasaited. jc per pouad less; cutis, lc
per pouac lesm. saeep mar: saearnegs. Ne.
1 buteberar stock. 25Mc eaeh; short woaL Ne.
I butchers' eteck. 4a(c each; medium woaL
Ne. I butahers steek. 8e69c; tang wool. Ne,
1 hutohers stock. $ia1.50 eaoh. Murrain pelts
Tram 19 ta 20. per cent Its er 12014c .per
pmroa; nurse neses,- raerc, esea, aeeoraing to
size. 51.5023; dry. eaei, aecor&wg to tiz, $1
filLM; celta' hides. 2S$30c each; goat skins,
cecunen. 30 lie each; Asgers, wHh wool os.
TALLOW Prime, per poasd, SHS-c; Xo. 2
and grease. S&sc.
FURS Bear skins, as to eUc Xo. 1. S2JS9
ie each; cubs. $162; badger. 2SSc: wud
ext. whh head perfect. 2&cc: booie cat.
S&lOc; fex. eeaisea gray. &70c. red. OS
C; crow. 5-15; silver and black. SIDD?:
fishers. $&g: lynx. JiO6; rater, atrietly
No. 1. according to sire. SI92: marten,
dark Northern, according to else aad osier.
Slei&: marten, pale, pine, aooordtag ta stss
aad celer. XiiOSt; xauskrat. Urjce. leffUc;
skunk. 8O0c; civet or polecat. -6e; otter,
large, prime skin. !; paatber, with head
aad daws perfect. $2S; raccooa. prime. 39
S9e; mountain wolf, with head perfect.
0K; eoyotc OOcSSl: wotverlae. a6; bearer,
per ekl&. large. &VQ: medtaa. f8; sraaH.-
$ii.w; uts. seersc.
BBSSWAX-Goed. dean asd pare, 2e2:c
OASCARA SAGRADA (Chlttaa bark) Good,
Seic per pound.
GRAIN BAOS Calcutta. 7e-
TtTRPEXTIXB-Cases. c per gaHoat har-rf-
Ce r caSon.
WHITE LEAD Tea leu. TMc; S0S-peund
lets, c; km taaa uv-pxuu leu, ec
CAFOLINE Stove ga.tUe. iu, 23Uc;
ires barrels. 17c: SQ deg. gattee. eases. Sic;
irea barrels or drum?. 26c
COaL OIL Cases. 2c: Irea barrels, llej
wood barrf-f. 17c; CS eg.. eases. 22c; iron
LIXSKBD OIL Raw, &-barret lots. 2e; 1-
barrel lets. 6Sc; am, 68c Betted: 5-barrtt
lets. Mc; 1 -barrel tots. Gc; ca. Tec
SAX FRANCISCO 1XSTITCTIOX
MILIi BE. STARTED ASEVT.
Creamery Bntter In Ovcrsupply and
Declining AVI l cat Stronger on
Poor Harvest Returns.
SAN FRANCISCO. Cat.. June 2. The com
mittee appointed te formulate pmar for the
reorganlzadoB of the eM Dairy Exchaage wilt
be ready to report ta a few days at a general
meeting, after which It Is expected that the
taetKutiea wiM be started anew with dally of
acta! wotatlOB9 for butter, ebeere aad eggs.
Ia the meanwhile, the market tor these prod
uct!! Is decidedly weak. The supply of cream
ery, butter exceeds the demand, aad the price
la now practiealty oa an )S-ceat basis, though
a few specials sell at 10 cents. Cheese lx
accumulating. Round lets of egg may be
had at concessions on regular rates. Receipts,
51,!v pounds butter. 41.ee pounds eheese,
53.U4 dozen eggs.
Continued poor harvest returns from CaH
feram wheat AeMs advanced December te
tUVK under Mvety buying, but some reac
tion occurred, owing to the weak else lag la
Chicago. Cash wheat here was very arm.
Barley steed ap well for spot and futures, de
spite tarpe receipts. Oats were weak. Good
No. 1 red was offered at $1.3.
Aa interesting feature of the fruit market
was the arrival of the first Bartlett pears
of the reason from the Sacramento River. No.
1 wrapped sold at $2 per box aad No. 2 at
$1. Choice rWpplag peaches, apricots, plums
and apples were Meady. but erdtuary oCer
taf were plentiful and weak.
Receipt of .potatoes were ample, but prices
were steady under a better local and sejpptac
demand. Red onions were weaker and yettew
steady. Oardea truck was la goed supply, but
choice eeieetloae were welt maintained.
V BO KTAKLES Cucumbers. efnWc; aarMc.
34c; green peas. 75c!l-&-; string been,
atfsfee; asparagus, 3c, toemtoea, $l1.5v:
egg plant, 5?7c.
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. lSc: roost
ers, ow. f44.S9; do young. $TS: hreitaiA
smell. $t.&92; do targe. $2.Mi.;a; fry-
er. MMM; hens, ii-lrsV: cue, em.
$5sa: do young. $6ad.
KOOS-Store. 19caTl7K: Icy ranch. Sc
BCTTBft Fancy creamery. lSfJHe; cream
cry seconds. ISc; fancy dairy. lTtfcc; dairy sea-
WOOL Sprtag. HumliobJt and Mesdoetao,
MILLSTCFFS-Bras, $2121J; mlddilags.
KAY Wheat. $l14JeV. wheat and oats.
$fHH5M; barley. $7M; altatfa, S7M.5w
clover. $7; stocks. $57; straw. &t
FRUITS Apples, choice. $10; commoa.
4c; bananar. 75eS; Mexican Hsaes. $44JM;
CaBforabx lemons, choice, $8.xaj common, $1;
oranges, aavei. $l.25S; plnmpplis. $2s.
POTATOES- Early Ree. e5e$15.
CHBK6B Young America. Kllc; Kar
R RCKI ITS Flour. 22.MS ojuarter sacks;
wheat. 359 centals; barley. 1,5SS centals; eats.
4571 eeatals; beans. 2471 sacks; corn. SIM cen
tals; potatoes, 4111 sacks; bran, 455 saeks;
middlings. 45 sacks; hay. 922 tana; wool. 32v
bales; bides. 421.
Prices Quoted at Portland Union Stockyard
Receipts at the Portland Union Smockyarda
yesterday were 375 cattle. The foUewtog
prices were eeoted at the yard:
CATTLE Best XasUsa Oregon steers,
$X.5: eews and heifers. $2.aMr2-75; medtua
fL5Mr2; calves, best. 125 to 3W pounds. $5.
IIOGS-Best targe fat boa. $: Meek aad
FHXKF Best Eastern Oregon ami Valley.
Chtca fat. $5.255Ja; stockers. $5.
sheared. $: medium. $2.75; tasse. $tf i.26.
Prices Current at Kansas City, Omaha nnd
KANSAS CITY. Ma.. June 2C Cattl
Receipts ; market lec higher. Native
steers. $1.2545.75; native cow and heifers.
$2.2S4.7S; Mockers and feeders. $2.75
4.54; bulk. 52.25 ir 4: entves. $3S.5: West
ern fed steers. $4.2S5J; Weotern fed
ows. $525 4-25.
Hops Receipts 500; market Sle high
er. Bulk of sales. $5JK5.12H; heavy.
$St5.4: packers. $5-J5.42i; pigs aad
Sheep Receipts 4000; market stroag to
active. Muttons. $I.25J4); tantbs. $5.75 9
7; range wethers. $4-595.25; fed ewes, $1
CHICAGO. June 2. Cattle Receipts 18.
; market 106 15c higher, flood to prime
teers, IS.25(r 0.15; poor to medium. $3.73
5.19; Mockers and feeders. $2.3u4;
cow, $2JV4.W; heifers. 2.50 5; canaers,
Jl.40e2.50. bulls. 12.254; ealve. $S8.5;
Texas led steers. $X-54SS.
Hogs Receipts today. 30.00; tomorrow.
22.000; market loc higher. Mixed and
butchers, $5.26 95-55; good to eheice heavy.
$5.42 37Vi; rough heavy. $4. S3 85-35;
MghC 53.05 5.27V; bulk of sales. $5.42Vz
Sheep Receipts IS.; sheep and lambs.
10SJ 15c higher. Good to cbeiee wethers.
$1.00 05.25; fair to eheice mixed. $fc0
4.40; Western sneep. $3.75495.10; native t
lambs. Indudiag Spring iambs, $1.707.65; !
Western lambs. $5.30 9 050.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jane 3d. Cattle Re
ceipts 2300; market active generally 10c
higher. Native steers. $tV3f?C: oaws aad
heifers. $304.50; Western Meera, $SJ0)e
4.S5. canaers. $l.S320; stackers aad
feeders. $2.50 W4. 65; calves. $3? 3.75; bsHs.
stags, etc. f2.254.25.
Hogs Receipts 500; market 50 lee high
er. Heavy. $5.1505.25; mixed. $5.2O0fL36;
Mght. $550 3.32 fe; pigs, $403; balk ef
sale. SlJZi f 5.30.
Sheep Receipts 400: market active and
strong. Western yearlings. $4.7505.50;
wethers. $4005.25; ewes. $04.85; lambs.
July Dividend DUbursements.
NEW YORK. June 2, Total dividend aad
Interest payments for July wfll reach the cum
of $149.31L&UU. aeeeraeag to stausties eora-1
plied by the Journal of Commerce. Tats is
a heavy Increase over July. l&M. the gala
amounting apprextcaatrty to OCX). Quite
a aumber of ehanges appear to industrial
dtrbtead dtsbersements. which show aa lu
cre at e of about $5,399,008, as eempared with
the January, total, and a gain ef about
51.C0Q.8. oempared wKa the JMy paymenu
of a year age.
Elgin Butter Market Finn.
ELGIN. IM-. June 2. Batter reifd firm
today at 20 cents' a pesad. Sales for, the week
were 863,000 pouadr.
GOLD FOR EXPORT
Paris Draws on New York and
MOVEMENT MAY BE LARGE
Wltlidravals Rave Disquieting Effect
on Stock Speculation Dividend
Increases by Several Lead
ins; Roads Expected.
NEW YORK. June 2& Tie course of to
day's eteck market was watched with peculiar
latere! to obtain light oa bew far last week's
professionally eondected advance would prove
successful in awakening interest la the market.
The result was encouraging to the bepes of
these who had embarked la the campaign in
the confidence that an aggressive leadership
in buying stocks would attract a fellewlag;
Tho activity In the first bear today was
accepted as evidence of a censlderable ex-
teasles of Interest la' the market, and . buy
ing orders were reported in coaikterable vol
tiTBe from widely extended regions of the
eountry. There was net lacking the cus
tomary selling to. take advantage ef this de
mand for the realizing of preflu. But the
effect oa the course ef prices was.net marked.
and the uplift continued quite steadily.
One or two fit the day's Incidents were cal
culated rather to dath cpe dilative enthuii
asm. but the eSert of these alio was mod
erate Prices ta Leaden followed our mar
ket, and did sot at any time overtake It, so
thatwXhere was a profit In the selling here
of stocks which were bought en arbitrage in
Louden. Foreign markets were ititl dis
turbed over the friction between Germany and
France. The Paris market recovered quite
brfc-kly and private advices received here from
hanking eources In Berlin deprecated the
fears felt over the outcome of the aegetta
ttea. A keen demand for gold fer Paris account
developed, however, resulting In all the sup
ply oa the London market being taken fer
Paris, while engagements reaching $3,300,000
for sotrraeat te Parts this week were made
here. It was considered probable that the
movement might reach censlderable proper
Cons. This development had a disquieting ef
fect oa the market, aad there was a marked
deeitae In the rate of activity after the
gobi engagements were announced.
There Is no doubt that the confidence felt
la the continued great care of the money
market has had an Important effect in prompt
tag the present speculative movement. Hopes
ox increased eivMend disbursements were
also made a prominent feature of the day's
operations. With the Reading dividend In
crease as a precedent. It was argued that
the policy thus Indicated would probably be
pursued la the ease of Baltimore & Ohio
aad Norfolk Western, aad Union Paclflc
was also made a feature en Its good assur
ance of a dividend Increase. Railroad traSe
eStetals made eseooraging reports, and It was
pointed out that June earnings this year wW
compare with the period of Seed damage tast
The gold engagements left the money mar
ket entirely undisturbed, and. although the
etastag tone of the market was slightly Ir
regular, prices were net much be leu- the best.
Bonds were strong. Total sales, par value.
5S.4eu.ew. united States bends were ua-
ehaaged oa eatL
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
gales. High. Lew.
Amalgamated Copper 2,b0tj S2t
Am. Car & Found. 2.W0 3S&
do preferred ...... ...... .....
Americas Cotton Oil 000 32
American Express .....
Am. lia. & L.ta. pro. - wj
American Linseed Oil .
American Leoemetlve 4,10
W IWCiTliCV ...... .iv jw
Am. Smelt & Refln. 27.204 HOC lltIK 119
eV preferred l.ftXi 121 12 12VR
Am. Sugar Refining. 2.5oO 1373; 130 1J7T
Am. Tobacco pfd.. Ztt tK MS 'jeft
Anaeonda Mining Cb. j0 ItKJh ltft ltn
Aichtrea 11,500 bSVs Vj sH
do preferred WW 104 lot 104
Atbuitle Coast Line. 2.C00 1(C 160 161
Baltimore & Ohio... 2u.oO 112& 112H "1H
do preferred tflHt
Brook. Rarnd Transit 36.000 ovV tfS GST.
Canadian Pad 3c ... 17,4 UO 132& 150ft 151 1
Central of N. Jersey.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Chicago & Alton...,
1.700 51?i 21
do preferred 4 CO 7Si
Chicago Gt. Wceters. 2.50O 10i
CM. & Northwestern. 1.900 199
CM.. 3111. & St. Paut 13. 17S
Chi. Term. & Transit 10O 17
do preferred 2X 32
C. C C. & St. L-. Ks JO
Colorado Fuel & Iron 2.SU) 44?,
Colerado Jfc Southern,
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred....
Delaware & Hudson.
DeL, Lack. & West.
Denver & Rio Grande
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred....
General Electric ....
Hocking Valley ....
IlltaeM Central ....
International Paper. .
Kansas City Southern
Louisville r Nashv.
3.SJ 11' J 18Ti
I tT;" " I.
KO 1643 KHVs 1
3.200 611. SI SI
Metropolitan St. By. 3.9CO 125ti 124U 124;
Mexican Central ... 1.3i. 21S 21VI 21
Missouri Paciae ....
Ma.. Kaas. & Texas.
Mex. Nat. R. R. nfd.
New York Central...
N. Y.. Ont, & West.
Norfolk & AVcttera.
do preferred ......
North American ...
Northern Paciflo ....
People's Gas .......
P.. CCA St. L..
Pressed Steel Car..
PuRrcan Palace Car.
do 1st preferred....
de 2d preferred....
8.100 104Vi 103
" Yoo "ssfi "asH
Rock Island Co
Rubber Goods ......
St. L. & S. F. 2d pfd.
Si Louie Southwest.
Seats era Pacific ...
do preferred ......
Tenn. Ceal & Iran..
Texas & Pacific
ToL. St. L. & West.
do preferred ......
200 57; 57:
U. Si Express
U. S. Leather,
V. S. Realty..
X'. S. Rubber
117. 1W 12SV 12S
. 1.000 197 1M
'. "200 ""' "is"
. 62.400 31 S SOI?
TJ. a Steel
do preferred ......
WheeBng' & L. Erie.
Wlseewin Central. ..
1.10O 35H 23
2LO ltBXi 100
210 ion 10;
Total sale for the day. 7S2.000 sharec
NEW YORK. Juae 24. Closing quotations:
C. S. ref. 2 res-10! ID. & R. G. 4s. . .182
de coupon 104HN. Y. C- G. SUs.100
U. S, "Ss reg 19 iNor. Pacific 3s.. 77
do coupon 184 Ncr. Paclflc 4s. .10
U. S, new 4s reg.132 So. Paclflc 4s.,. . 03
do coupon 132iiUAlcn .Paclflc 4 1.127 ii
Atchison Adj. U Hw. cer.... 93
an sfc ss
40O 4.TH 43k
31.300 43 41H
3,400 KJi b
4.000 gsU trri;
400 174i 174i
3."lW ISTTi Hi"
"'if6 79" t6"
0,300 K9-i 97;
t 82 81U
700 88 fco
L500 1U leg
3.000 77' 76
.. b.UCO 2ui 23Ti
BO 7 75
1.400 34 33H
400 1P4H 102S
sto ks1; 67 14
24 23 V
R. eld -tm nr.lM mia CecUal i. . 03.
clo coupon 105 yap. 6. ii St ?1.
Stocks at Zeados.
LONDON. June 28. Ceasels for money.
SO 15-18; consols ffrr account, 00.
Anaconda SH'NortoUt & West. 8
Atchison - S3 do preferred... 3
da nref erred... lWHlOntaria i est. s
BalUmae O. .1115 'Pennsylvania. ... .IS.
Can. Pacific lWVJRaad Mines Dtt
Caes. & Ohio... MHIResdlng
Gt, 'Western.. 1HI do lt prer
C, M. St. P..1SI 1 do 2d pref 45
DeBeers IdH'Se. Railway 32
& K. Grande. 29,; do preierrca...
do preferred... OrlSo. Pacific 6S3i
Union Pacific. .
. i ' s
. 40 h
da 1st pref . . . . 82
do 2d pref 89
C. S. Steel
IIHsets Central. 17u
Louis. &. Nash.. 151
II o Kas & T.. lSVi. do preferred
X. T. Ceatral...l47H?
Money. Exchange. Etc
NEW YORK, June 2S. Money oa call.
teady. 202U per cent; eleslcg bid. IX per
cent: offered at 2 per cent. Time toass.
ttady; 6d aad 80 days, 3 per cent; six
months, 3t0 per cent. Prime mercantile
paper. 3H0-I per cent.
Sterling exchange eleeed firm, with actual
bustae ia bankers biHs at $4.572004.5723
fer demand aad at $4J32O04525 fer 80
days. Posted rates. $4.S0H.eS. Gemaerdal
Bar silver. 35)c
Mexican deilar. 45V4c
Government bends, steady; railroad bends.
LONDON. June 28. Bar silver. 281-164 per
Money. lVrfftU per cent.
Discount rate, short aad three months bills.
21-18 rr cent.
SAX FRANCISCO. JaneV 2C Silver" bare
Drafts, sight. 7H; telegraph. 19c
SterHsg en London. 90 days, 54.MS; sight.
Dally Trcastiry Statement.
WASHINGTON. June 28. Today Treasury
AvaltaMe cash batanees $137,941,890
SAN FRANCISCO. Juao 29. The e Mela I
etoetag quotations today for mining stocks
were as fellows:
A Ha $ .07iHaIe & Nererass.$L40
Best & Betaher. .
.81 Beg. Betaher...
.IS! Yellow Jacket..
Con. Cal. & Va. .
Gould i Curry.,
NEW YORK, June 2d. Closing quotations:
Adams On $ .22Httle Chief $ .05
Altae 5&tOntarto 4.90
B recce JlSeOphlr U.OO
Brunswick Cos.. .OWPheenix 01
Comstoek Tun.. . .OSlPotosI 10
Con. Cat. & Va.. 1.3tSavage 11
Horn Silver L76Sierra Navada. .. .28
Iron Sliver xeotSmall Hopes .3
Leadvllle Con. . . .9Standard 1-33
BOSTON. Juae 2K Closing quotations:
Adventure ....$ 15UmL C tC.J 2.75
Amalgamated.. 81.730K1 Demlalen. 25.00
Am. Zinc." 8.9MOsceela 92.00
Atlantic 13J0(Parrat 23.75
Bingham ' 25rtQu!ney 9S.0
CaL V llrcia. . Ow.OOiShannen 7. 1:1
Centennial .... 17.50 tTamarack 10S.0O
Ccpper Raage. 4.lTrinlty S.0O
Daly West ... 13.49iUnited Copper. 23.00
Dominion Ceal 78.90tU. S. Mining... 30.00
FrankMa &99IU. S. Oil 19S.00
Granby 5-13.Utah 43.S
Iile Royale.... 19.59Vtaterla. X00
Mass. Mining. . 7.8 Winona 10.30
Michigan I3.75welverine lou.ou
NEW YORK. June 28. The London tin mar
ket closed steady, with spot quoted at 13t
Gd aad futures at 133 5s. Locally the
market continued quiet but steady, with prices
a shade higher at 39.30009.79c
Copper closed about 2s 9d higher In Lon
don, at 66 for both spot and futures. LecaHy
the situation romaina as recently reported.
with lake and electrolytic generally quoted
at 15e and cart leg 14.75c
Lead was higher at 12 Is 3d ia London.
and showed a firmer tone in the loeal mark it.
where some dealers were asking higher prices.
but with the general range unchanged, at
Spelter dosed at 24 In Leaden, and 'was
also unchanged tacaNy at 5.30c
Iron dated at 48s Id in Glasgow and at
45s 4tjd in MMdleebero.. Locally the market
was easy. No. 1 foundry. Northern Is quoted
at $18123018.75; No. 2 laundry Northern,
$15.59016.23; No. 1 foundry Southern and No.
1 foundry Southern soft. $15.73816.25; Ne. 2
foundry Sect hern. $1525015.73.
Dried Fruit at New York
NEW YORK. Jane 2& Evaporated apples
continue firm, with bid ef die reported fer
prime October and November delivery, but
few sellers. Spot quotations are unchanged.
wKh common ta goad at 4U04;c; prime, 3K7
choice. 906c aad fancy. 7c
Pruaes show no change. According te Coast
advices Holders are making no effort to feree
demand, aad the situation generally looks
firm. Spat quotations. 5 6 So in the local
Apricots are quiet but firm, with chetee
quoted at 1901OUe; extra choice. 11c aad
Peaches are firm, with sellers asking ad
vaaeed priee ia some Instances, although no
business has yet been dene en tae algae:
basis as far as can be learned. Srot un
changed with eheice lftc; extra! ehelee. 10S
019e: fancy. 11H012C
Rabins are la somewhat better demand on
spot, aau rule arm. Leose museaiels are
quoted 4f 9Sic; seeded ralstas, SUSO'iic; Lea
den layers. $101.95.
Dairy Produce In the East.
CHICAGO. Juae 28.-On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was easy;
creamery. 16019;e; dairy. 15018c
Eggs, easy at mark, eases Included. 13c;
firsts. 13H: prime firsts. 15 Vic: extras. 17c
Cheete. arm. 9K019UC
NEW YORK. June 26. Butter, irregular:
street price, extra creamery. 2OH021c; of
ficial prices, creamery common to extra. 1
02OH: state dairy, eemmen ta extra. 13ug
sec: western imitation creamery, commoa
ta extra. 16019c; Western factory, eemmea
to extra. 13HG16c; resevated. eemmea to ex
Cheese, firm; new state fuel creameries and
eetored. fine. 84c: do fair ta eheice. 9 Vic; do-
targe, colored and white, 8;c; do sklats.
Eggs. steady; state. Pensylvaala and
near-by. fancy selected. 20Slo; do choice.
19018He; do mixed, extra. 19o; Westerns.
H17He; Southern. 11014HC
New- York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. Juae 228. Cotton futures
opened weak at a decline ef 6019 points
aad cleeed steady at a act advance of about
46 points on the aetrs months; June. S.84at
July. S.71c; August. &77c; September. 54 e;
October. 8.91c; November. 8.9Cc; December,
8.01c; January. 8.98?: February, O.eSc; March.
8.11c; AprH. 9.73c: May. 9.16c
GolTJ Engngeil for Export.
NEW YORK. June 26. The National City
Bank today engaged $1,000,900 In geld bars
at the assay odee la this olty fer shiecscat
to Paris Thursday.
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, June 26. Wool, steady: medium
grades ce robing aad clothing. 2&S31c; Mght
fine 23023c; heavy fine. 25327c; tub washed.
Not "Wearing Out. Merely Hasting
Norwich (Conn.) Bulletin.
More than half the folks who think
they are wearing out are- just rusting-
out. Right with a leering; of weakness
comes a spirit of resignation. Tou know
what this is a yielding to conditions,
a tumbling" down. The chances for a
person in this world are fighting
chances. Most that is won is achieved
by nativity and energy- The 0&I7 time
to be resigned Is when you have to be.
rou do not have to be so long- as there
is a .flshtlng- chance. When you feel like
being resigned it is time to summon
resolution; that will serve you ten
times as well as'd keep your spirits
from giving out.
Downing, Hopkins & Co.;
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor Chamber of Commerce
Cool Weather in Northwest
Strengthens Wheat. v
TRADERS ACTIVE BUYERS
Increased Interest Shown In Distant
Deliveries July Weaker on Re
port of Shipment of tevr
Wbcat From Missouri.
CHICAGO. Jane 28. Despite exeeiteat har
vesting weather la the Southwest, sentieseat
in the wheat pit was lueitaed to buttiehaesa
during the greater part of the day. The ta
fiuenee contributing most strength ta the
situation was continued cost wet weather ta
the Northwest. As a result ef the aa
verabie essdittans tar the Sprtag crop, prteee
at Mtaaeapens were higher and this fact
gave additional courage ta bulU here. ta
Kial quotations on Jury were uaeaaaged ta
Kc higher, at 9909CK. September was uo
a shade ta He bight r. at S4?06ac From
the start pK traders were aettve buyers.
Prices quickly advanced. Increase of tatee
cst was aunHested ta the distant deliveries.
September and December betag ta eepectally
ativ demand. Owing to Indtaattans o an
early movement of the new crop, the July
option was in tass urgeat demand until the
re pert from Kansas City stated that the ship
ment of new whit was well under way. A
recetvtag-heuse ta Chicago datmed that new
wheat from Missouri would be here wttaen
twa days. The result was a beartah ef
fect on prices later ta the day. Before the
market weakened, however, shorts had bed up
the price of July ta 80e. For September
the highest point of the day was reached at
85c Purine the last hour, prent-taktag
ta July accelerated the deefinu ta the en
tire 11? t. All of the advance oa July was
lest, while other deliveries showed mack du
preistan. The market staaed rather weak,
with July at S84c the lowest petat of the day.
September was up c at tfBHc
A strong tone prevailed ta corn, with the
exception of a brief spelt near the ctase.
which was strong, with July at 54KC and
September at KVic a aet gala of 1-
Seatlment ta the eats pie was buWiah. Jnty
ctased at 2fe02Hc and September at 5He.
Provisions were strong and the vetaeae of
tradtog van targe. At the etsso September
park was up 12Hc at $13; lard was up Se. at
$7.59. and ribs were 12 higher, at $80
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Lew. Cke.
July $ .W $ -iwj $ .set; $ -So-K
September M a4 .$4f -S8
December 84 -bS4 .&4fe 4
July (eke) .SHK .3u .3a; -34S
July (new -SSf; MK .54Ja :
Sept. sht J8 .5lg .32ti .S&
Sept. (newj .58 X, J8-
Dec faewj ,4$ .48ft .ii&t -4US
July .31-; jazK Jin -s
September 01 -tt Jtfi
Deetmber - Sift -31i .31 Mik
July 12.79 12.70 12.87Vi 12.r3
September 18,96 VUA 22.871a 1349
July 7.30 7.32bi 7J9
September 7JO 7.324 7.59 7J2Vi
July 7.S2i 7-SB 7 7J2
September 7.8T(a &JSV, 7.7ft S.iey,
Oeteber 8.0O S.95 S.W 3,03
Cash quotattaas were as fottews:
Wheat No. 2 Sprtag. $1.1901.K; N. 3, $10
L9S; No. 2 red. SL08e.
Carn Ncx. 2. SSHuKc: No. 2 yenow. 35 Vi
Oats No. 2. 32Sc: Nu. 2 white. 32V1 14:
No. 3 white. 3202Hc
Barley Coed feeding. 4O042ci fair ta ohaiea
Flaxseed No. 1. $1.23; No. 1 North westers.
Timothy seed Prime. 33.95.
Mees pork Per barrel. $12.950 12.79.
Lard Per lcX) pouads. $7.27.27 Vi
Snert ribs sMes Loose. J7.SO07.W.
Short dear sMes-Bexed, $7.507.82te.
Clever Contrast grade, Jll.750ll2.25.
Fleur. barrets ,
Corn, bnrcteis 59.190 5i?.70O
Ouw. buhheta .182.360 taejHMj
Barley, bushels 3t.4tiO 2jJ0
Grain aad Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Juae 28. Ftaur Reeetats. 14.
C0O; exports. 14tO barrels. Fhrm. with Mght
Wheat Receipts. 18.000; spot firm; Me. 2
red. $1.05 elevator, and Jl-rii nemtaal f.
. b. afieat: No. 1 Northern Dutath. 51. IBS
f. o. b. afieat. The early tread of wheat
prices today was upward, owing ta buneaa
crop aews and prediettans tar Winter wheat.
After a halt eeat advaaee. however, realiz
ing devetaped and prices rose sharply, etastag
pertly ie net higher. July etaed 94He: Sep
tember. Sc; December etased SSic
Hides and woot-Quiet.
I Grain at Saa Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juae 28. Wheat aad
barley. stay. Spot quota ttana:
Wbeat-Stotapteg. $1.47KtLr milling. $tS
Barley Feed. 9503?&c
Oats Red. $1.10L25.
Call beard eales:
Wheat December. $1-391.
Barley December. S9 asked.
Corn Large yeHew. $1.37HI-45.
Minn enrolls Wheat Market.
5IINNE.VPOLIS, June 2S. Juty wheat.
JI.0SH: September. 9e: Deeember; Sn
No. 1 hard. $1.13; No. 1 Northeca. $LIts No.
2 Northern. 31.07ViS-l.tSVi; Nc 3 Nuctaera.
Wheag at ZJverpooL
LIVERPOOL. June 28. Wheat. Jabjr. 6
1S;3 ; September. Oa 8d; Deeember. 6s SHd.
Wheat nt Tacoma.
TACOilA. June 28. Wheat, unebaaged;
mBHsg bluestera. 80c: dob. 82.
Visible Supply of Grain
NEW YORK. June 25. .The visible supply
ply of grata, Saturday. June 24. as eampMod
by the New lark Produce Exchange.
Corn ... - 2.8SO.P0O
Rye "... I S37.WO
Barley ... S73.90O
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. June 28. Market for eoSee
futures dosed steady at an advance- of 3
polats oa May asd unchanged to 3 points
lower ea ether month. Sales. 45.000 bags, fct
dodtsg July. c2O083ei Asagusr, 6.45c; Sep
tember. 6L55c: October. 8.65c; December. 8
eaCOc; March. 6.90c; May. 7J7.55c Spot
r Rio, qilet; Nc 7 larolce. 7c; mBd. steady;
Nc 7 Carrier a. ltiZ-
Sugar Raw. quiet: fair rtflning. 3c: cen
trtfu.li I. 96 test; 4Uc; molsasea uga.r, 3c
Reflaed. steady; Nc fi it 50; No. 7. 1 1.73 :
Nc S. $L63: Nc 9, $t60; No. 13, 51-53; Nc
11. $4.45; No. 12. $4.49; Nc 13, $4j48i Nc
14. $43: cecfeetlesers A. $5.23; mokt A.
55.79; crushed. JtilO; powdered. S5J19: nanu-
lated. $5.49; cubes. $3.95;
NEW YORK. June 28.-An grades of re
fined sugar were reduced 5 per B pounds
Edwin Chester Jury. 23: Agnes L. FHeh. 23.
Frederick S, SdHh. 32; sMMh OorOrcde
WnHam H. Lohkamp. 29: Eanet iL
Frank J. Palmer. 31; Frances D. Karler. 2 1.
Jacob Apple. 49. San Francisc; BHa Val
entine McCtaskey. 35.
Bdwaed lvy. 24; Rosa Wtaebsaa. 5S.
Arthur D. Waltz, 28. Whitman Cbunry.
WTahtagtan; Datay S. AMway. 27.
Roy A. Watson. 22; Amy X wfMome. 2L
Homer Zvaa Shaw. 28; Macy Gertrade
0l M. Varnsea. 28. VaBey City. N. D-: Aaca.
H. Nelson. 38; F. Butahc 49.
Whiter H. Ore. 2: Leeal Wtatred. 1.
Turie Nordstrom, 25. Astoeta: Ataaa Testes
At St VlnceaCs Hospital. June 21, S. A.
Began, a native of lIHnefcj. aged 48 yean.
At $22 Borthwtak street, June 19. Mrs.
EMuabetk Farrett. a native of Canada, aged
98 years. 1 month and IS days.
At 48S WHttams avenue. Juae 28. infant
sen of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rnhakc aged
At 1337 Rodney avenue. Juae 2a, Mrs. Mary
Kady, aged 73 years. 11 months aad 7 dogs.
At 430) - Bast Clay street. June 23. Mrs.
AMce Davis Fees, a native of Oregon, aged.
48 years. 2 meathe aad 28 days.
t 384 Third street. June 21. Jacob L.
EMedm-in. a native of Poland, aged S4 years.
At 32s Front street. Juae 22. tecaat son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Pick, aged 8 days.
At 4S8 Irving street, Juae 22. Bdward.
James Hart, a native ef England, aged 59
years. 4 months and 22 days.
At Sr. Vincent's Hospital. June 21. Law
rence Dardfcs, a native of Iretaad. aged. 73
At 1291 Mttwaakle street. June 28, Mrs.
Anna Scegory. s. native of Germany, aged
58 years. 3 months aad 2S days.
At 112 Bast Twelfth street. June 21. Mrs.
Tecaperaaee Rebecca Btatteaberger. a aatrve
of Batttmore. ML. aged 75 years. 2 meats
and 21 day a
At Good Samaritan Hospital. June 3. Helen.
tafant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David. P.
Mathews, aged 13 days.
At 2S2s Second street. Juae 22. Edward
K, WMttack. a native of Oregon, aged. 27
years, 19 months aad 27 days.
At 389 Haksey street, June 22. 3trs. scuta
F. Hanna. a native of Bngkind. aged 31
years. 3 months aad 18 days.
Thomas Barling, dwelltag. East Mate, be
tween Twenty-ninth, aad Thirtieth, streets;
J. K. Flynn. dwdltag. Ntaeteeatb. street.
between Northrup and Marssatt. $8590.
6. 8. FlteraM. dweBtag. Bast bevea
seenth street, ntsir Prescott. $59.
Real Estate Transfers.
A. HoraM to A. K. FarreU. tat 9. btaek
31. Atataa $ 25
L. Breake and wife WAS. WttBams.
B. 3s feet tats 7. S. bieeK 23L city. 3.S0O
-B. Mayer ta A. J. Ffoace. tat IS. Glen-
haven Park 2. SCO
J. McOakea Cc ta R. Baehaann, Sat
3. bkek 1. Bernhardt Park 223
K. .V. Martta to A. J. .V. Martha, tat 15.
btaek 4. Kastlaad 9
O. W. Taytar and wife ta B. B. Hyatt.
tat 2. Meek 2. S. SuaayeMe Add. 50
Roman Cathone Archbishop of Btaeesa
of Oregon to A. Norton, btaek 39. M.
Patten's Seeead Add.
A. Nartoa to M. Lageaa. lot 4. btacfe
30. M. Patton's Seeead Add.
A. Norton to SL D. Casv. tats. 2. 3. 3.
8. 7. S. btaek 39. M. Patten's Tsaet. 'V
P. II. Mortar to J. Denny. N.W. i ef
S.E. t of S.W. aad N. of S.W.
H of Sec M. T. 2 X, R. 2 W. ....... 1
H. Howard and wMe to H. EL Noble,
subdivision 4. tat 1. btaek 3. Porthtad
Homestead Asectattaa Tm 1
J. A. Martta aad wife ta L. M. Camp
beM. let S. btaek 4. King's Seeead
G. W. Stenens to IL C. CampbeK, 3
abates Id links by 3 chains 71 4-3 Haas'
Sec 8. T. 1 3.. R. 2 E. 1
A. Patterson and husband to G. M. Set- .
tlemeler. lota 7. Si, btaek J95, East
Portland . 1
L. Strube et al. to same, some i
The Title Guarantee Trset Co. to
WBImm.FehrenbaeBer tot 8. btaek 69.
Suanysiee Third Add.
The Balfour. Guthrie Investment Co.
to N. T. Bouiette. hit YZ. btaek 5. Or
chard Hemes Add. to Mb Tabar AaM.
W. A. Wattoee to A. S. EJe. tat 7.
btaek 292. Couch Add., aad other prop-
nt". Soilstrem" and wife ta"Kl""Bl
Doaaaey et at. tau 17. IS. btaek 1.
F. J. Andres te J. K, Andtees. let S
! Emma. Austin et at. to ML K. Lichaer.
undivided half of B. - of X.K. H ef
i N.W. V. Sec 17. T. 1 3, R. I E-...
T. S. West to George Rasmuaaen. toes
: 5, . 15. 18. btaek 19. Park View Bx. L200
M. W. Gaston to WBnum Buns et aL.
tat 8. The Gaston Tract 373
C. W. Fulton et at to S. Hobeoa et aL.
tat 55 btaek 7. West Portland 1
II. F. Carstens aad wife to A. Bear.
tot 9. btaek 4. Miriam Tract LI0
Security Savings 3c Trust Cc to W.
Cbnaer. tats T. 3. 13. 14. MeeX 4.
S. E Metzger to II. M. Hetaey. tats 2.
H. btaek 2. Meuat Heed Add. to
Greebam .. ........
Rose Redmond aad husband to J. E.
Scott, tot 4. stock 73. Portland Ctay
CMy to Victor Land Cc. tot S. btook. S.
Measly Htghfctnd 3
W. II. Wheiaa aad wsfe to F. Want. 3
See. 31, T. I N.. R. 2 S. 3.000
Rich Sells Ills Clsar Stores-
The Esberg-Gunst Cigar Company
has purchased four of the steres owned
uatll recently by B. B. Hlch. and the
latter wilt henceforth act as manager
fer the baslaess. The three other
steres of Mr. Rich were recently sold
t ether persons, as previously pub
lished, "When Mr. Rich began his business
oareer la Fortktad. he Inaugurated a
campaign of newspaper advertising- of
bJs- retail eigar stores, sueh as was
never before known ia this elty.
"In my newspaper campaign. I used
the Oregonlan and Telegram." said Mr.
Rich. "At that time such a thing- as
advertising: a retail clirar store was
unheard ef. I was persistent and
soon saw ray business rapidly increasing-
I saw a chance during; the Spanish-American
war te make a hit, which
I did. I Introduced my bulletin beards
and apoa them I spread news of the
progress ef the war. and other im
Porelsn 3II.sfons Board.
The American Board of Commissioners
for Foreign Missions will meet to. Seattle.
September M to 13, and delegates are ex
pected to be bt attendance from every
entertainment has been provided for the
Portland delegates. This is the ninety
sixth annual meeting of the American
heard, and it is anticipated that Im
pertaat steps will- be takenr at the gathering-,
affectlag some subjects now under
discussion ia this particular- field. After
the meeting the delegates wHI visit Pert
land aad the Expos it leu. at which time
the Portland? rs wUtreturn the courtesy
to he extended them by the churches of
Rural Route Front Alrlle.
OREGONXAX NEWS BUREAU. TiTash
Ingten. June 2S. Rural route. No. 1
has been ordered established Septem
ber 1 at Alrlle. Polk County. -Or, serv
ing1 470 persons and 105 bouses.
E. C Daveny has been appointed:
postmaster at Winchester. Wash-, vice
John J. Berry, resigned.
TTnaarn SarsaDariUa. creates aa appetite
i and aids in. the proper assimilation of food.