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THE OBIOTTESf SA-TCrKDiY, JTTLY 22, 1905.
FRUIT TRADE HEM
Jobbers Are Taxed to Fill
FIRST OREGON MELONS IN
Higher Prices Are Predicted for
Xicmons Falling Off in Demand
for Eggs Wheat Trade
FRUIT First Oregon cantaloupes ar
rive from The Dalles. Peaches and
plums In oversupply.
VEGETABLES Scarcity or ripe to
matoes. EGGS Lighter demand causes weaker
POULTRT Firm prices still prevail.
WHEAT Limited trading In new
MEATS Veal receipts "light and mar
The fruit market wad very lively yerterday
under a decidedly strong demand. Supplies of
every variety were large. The first Oregon
nutmeg melons of the ea.on eoM for $3.50
a crate. Only one crate was received, hav
ing been shipped In by John Kllndt, a grower
of The Dalles, who makes a spcolalty of early
fruits and vegetables. The .fruit was of good
bIzo and well matured. California cantaloupes
were In adequate eupply. A car Is duo from
About 20 cars of watermelons were on the
track yesterday. As receipts will be lighter
In the future, the market can be raid to be
Improved. The Southern growers have reached
an agreement to sell All their melons f, o, b.
Fresno In the future, which will be a good
thing for all concerned. The California mel
ons this eearon have not been up to the
ueual standard of quality, and though an Im
mense number have been sold here, they
have not given satisfaction. "When Oregon
melons begin coming In there will be a differ
ent tale to tell.
An Immense quantity of peaches was on the
market. While fancy Crawford were fcarce
and bringing DO cents, there was an abund
ance of poor yellows that could be had for 70
and 75 cents. Small-sired Alexanders from
Southern Oregon were also numerous, and
were offering at 50 cent. The car of Bart
lett pears brought up were- green, but the
trade took hold of them willingly, as they
ripen well In the open air. Some nectarines
were received from Corning, Cal., and were
quoted at $1 a box. Peach plums are etlll
a drug on the market and cell at buyers
Of the three cars of bananas received Thurs
day night, only one was ripe, and the de
mand was eo strong that It was sold yester
day forenoon. The others will oome on the
market gradually. A car of fmcy oranges
and lemons arrived during the day. The lemen
market Is strong and higher prices are pre
dicted EGG DEMAND SMALLER,
Front Street Quotations- Lowered Another
The Front-street egg' market was quoted at
21H22 cents. These were the prices put out
by commission- men and produce jobbers.
Some of the wholesale grocers quoted 23
cents. Eastern eggs and storage slock were
held at 20Q21 cents. Some of the houses re
ported liberal receipts f ranch eggs, but
others were poorly supplied. There was not
much firmness to the market, as the demand
has fallen off considerably since the hot
weather began. There Is much complaint of
the quality of the eggs now arriving from
the country. A can of Eastern eggs will be
In In a day or two, probably the last of the
SAY WHEAT IS TOO HIGH.
Dealers Declare Prices Now Quoted Arc
Some business Is being done In new wheat
up the country, but the extent of the trade
!s limited. Dealers yesterday made quota'
Hons of 7172 cents on club and 75gf76
cents on Valley. These opening figures, It Is
stated by wheat men. are fully 2 cents above
the Eastern market, based en yesterday's
bulge at Chicago, end are 2 or mere cents
over export values. They are naturally
anxious to see prices here down to a barfs
on which outside business can be worked up.
Poultry Mnrket Still Firm.
The poultry market held firm yesterday.
as It has all the week. Chickens were In par
ticular demand, and rome dealers had more
orders than they ceuld fill. Old hens ranged
In price from 13 to 14 cents, and Springs
from 16&17 cents. Turkeys were In strong
demand, but few came forward. Full-grown
geese were also asked for. but there was
little sale for old ones. A limited demand
was also apparent for young ducks of good
Light Receipts of YeaL
The veal market continued firm yesterday,
and more stock might have been disposed of,
but receipts were light. Pork was quiet un
der a slow demand, and light arrivals. A
quantity of bull beef, an article for which
there Is absolutely so Inquiry on Front street,
was received In the morning, and brought
only 4 cent a pound.
Ripe Tomatoes Scarce
Ripe tomatoes were scarce yesterday, but
there was any quantity of green and over
ripe etock on the street. Out-door cucumbers
were In large supply and elow sale at lower
prices, dealers asking 05 075c a box. Other
green truck was unchanged. A car of Walla
Walla yellow onions will come In today.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $ CWO.tHG
Grain. Flour. Fed. Etc
FLOUR Patents, $4.50 5.10 per barrel:
straights. $4?4.25: dears, $3.73 4? 4: Valley.
$3.9004.25. Dakota hard wheat, JO.300'7.50;
Graham. $3.5094; whole wheat. $404.25; rye
flour, local, $5; Eastern. $5.S0 OS.90; corn
meal, per bale. fl. SOU 2.20.
WHEAT New club, 71HC72c per bushel;
new bluestem, 750C6c per bushel; new Valley.
BARLET Feed. $2L50G22 per ton; rolled.
OATS No. 1 white feed. $29530 per ton;
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $19 per ton; mid
dlings. $24.50; shorts. $21; chop, U.
Mills. $19. linseed dairy feed. $16; Acalfa
meal. $16 per ton.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 80
poand sacks. $3.73; lower grades. $590.25;
oatmeal, steel cut, 50 -pound sacks, $s per
barrel; 10-pouad racks, $4.25 per bale; oat
meal (gretusd), SO-pousd cacks. $7.50 per
barrel; Is-poued sck, $4 per halo; split
Pea. $5 per 100-ponnd sack; 25-pound boxes,
$1.40; pearl barter. $4.25 per 100 pounds; 25
pound boxes $1.25 per box; pastry flour. 10-.
pound sacks. $20 per bale.
HAT Timothy, old. $14516 per ton: new,
SllClS; clover. $888; grain. $SS?0; chtat,
Vegetables, Fruit. Xte.
DOMESTIC FKUITS-'Apple. sable. $1.K3
20 per box; new. Jl-OOa 1.S5 per box; apri
cots. 0ce$l per crate, peaches, 508&0e per
crate; plums, 25?&0c per crate; Logan ber
lies, $1.25 per crate; blackberries. &"5c per
pound; cherries. 7C12VrC per pound: eania
loupe, $2.T5SS. crate; pear $225 per
box; currants. 8c pr pound; prunes. S5c3$l:
raspberries. $L2S per crate, watermelons, lc
Pw pound; crab apples, 60c per box; nec
tarines. $1 per box.
TROPICAL FKUITS Lemen. choice. $3;
oranges, navel, fancy. $ZG(?2.75 per box;
c'jotee. $22.50; KtanSard. t LIMITS; Mediter
ranean sweets. $2.50ff2.75; Valencia, $3,259
3.7S; grapefru;t $2.5o3 per box; bananas. 4c
per pound; pineapples, $2,5064 per dozen.
FKESH VEGETABLES Artichokes. 50c
conn, beans. l-(c per pound; cabbage. i(j
lettuce, hothouse. 25e per doxen: lettuce, heaa.
10c per eosen: parsley. 25c per dozen; peaa. 20
5c per pound; Pepper. I5e per pound: rad
ishes 10 12c per dozen; rhubarb. lHtfZHc
.per pound; tomatoes, 90c$$l per crate;
squash. 5c per pound.
ItOOT VliGETAliLES Turnips. X 1.23 (J
1.40 per sack; carrots. $L25 01.50 per sack:
Tnrots 11fril"-; nr Mrlf i-r!!- 1U. nr
ONIONS Red. 51.25 rer hundred: vellow.
POTATOES Oregon, new. 75cS$l: Califor
nia, new. &5cQ$l.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4-crown. 751 c:
5-lnyer Muscatel raisins. "Vic; unbleached,
seedless Sultanas, 6ic: London layers. 2
crown, whole boxes of 20 pounds, $1.85; 2
DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporated. GQ
Cic per pound; sun dried, sacks or boxes,
none; apricot. 61i8e; peaches. f810&c;
pears, none; prunes. Italian. 4Q-5c; French.
2.i6atc;. figs. California Jri&eks. -c; do
white- none: Smyrna. SOc: i-ard dates, oci
plums, pitted. Cc.
Butter, Eggs, Poultry. Etc.
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
ery. 214022Vic per pound; state creameries:
Fancy creamery. 0jff21"4e; etre butter. 14 9
BOGS Oregon ranch. 21H02ZC iter dozen:
cheese Oregon full cream twins. HQ
HVkC; Young America. 12 1512 He.
poi LTRY Average old hens. wane:
mixed chickens. 1212V?; old roosters, ICQ1
lOHc; young roosters, ll12Hc; Spring?. 1H to
tKiunos. JCHOlic: l tu lh pouncs. JU317C:
drersed chickens. 13014c; turkeys, live, 1S&19C;
turiceys. arata. choice. ius-snc; geese, lire,
per pound, G?7c; gee. dressed, pr pound.
eSNOc; durkx, M. Uc; ducks, young, lOQltc;
pigeons, $1L25; fquabt, $22.50.
Groceries. Nuts. .Etc.
COFFEE Mocha. 263 2Sc; Java, ordinary.
1622c; Costa Rica, fancy. 16 20c; good.
lOfif lSc; ordinary. 10812c per pound; Co
lumbia roast, cases.. 100s. $13.75; 50c, $12.75;
Arbuckle. $14.75; Lion. $14.75.
RICE Imperial Japan No. 1. $5.37U: South
ern Japan. $3.50: Carolina. SttQSici broken-
head. 2 fie.
Salmon Columbia mver. i-pouna tans.
$1.75 per dozen; 2-pound tails. $2.40; 1-pound
flats. J1.S5; fancy, iai-pouna nats. SLbo:
i -pound nats. si iu: AiasKs pink l-peuna
tails. 85 c; red. 1-pound tails. $L3U; sockeyes.
1-pound tails, $LS5.
SUGAR Sack bal. 100 pounds: Cube.
$6.05; powdered. $5.40; dry granulated,
$5.30; extra C 5I.W; golden C $1.70; fruit
sugar, $5.30; advance over sack basis, as fol
lows: Barrels. 10c: half-barrels. 25c: boxes.
50c per 100 pounds (Terms: On remittance
wunin ib cays, aeauct hc per pouna; u
later than 15 days and within 30 days, de
duet Hc per pound, no discount after 30
daya.) Beet ugVr. granulated, $5.20 per
lOtt pounds; maple sugar. IStfISc per pound.
SALT California. $11 per ton. tl.Cu per
bate; Liverpool. 50c. S17. 100s. $10.50: 2a.
$1C: half-pound. 100s. $7; 56s. $7.50.
NUTS Walnuts. lS!ic per pound by rack, lc
extra far less than rack; Brazil nuts, 15c;
Alberts, 14c; pecans, Jumbos, 14c; extra large.
15c; almonds. I. X. L.. 10c; cb(tnuu, Ital
lans. 15c: Ohio. $4.50 per 25-r-ound drum: pea
nuts, raw. 7Hc per pound; roasted, Do; pine-
nuts. llSl2Hc; nicKory nuu. c; coceanuts.
7c: cocoanuts. 35S90c per dozen.
BEANS Small white. 3H4Uc; Urge white.
3!ic: pink. 3.;3c; biyou. 4V4c; Lima. 0c.
Hops, Wool. Ilides, Etc
HOPS-Che4ce 1S04. 17819e per pound.
WOOL Eastern Oregon average bet. 10B
21c; lower grades, down to 15c. according to
shrinkage: valley. -iiiic per pouna.
MOHAllt Chotee. 31c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. L Id pounds and up.
10C16HC per pound; dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 10
pounds. 11913c per pound; dry calf. No. 1.
under 5 pounds, 17316c: dry salted, bulls and
ctags. one-third less than dry flint; (culls.
moth-eaten, caaiy cut. eoorea. murrain, hair-
clipped, weather-beaten or grubby. 263c per
pound lew); salted hides, tteers, sound, 03
pounds and over. 8810c per pound; 5U to 6)
pounds. SV0e per pound; under 50 pounds
and cows, save per pounc; satiea Kip. souna.
15 to 30 pounds. Kc per pound: tailed veal.
sound. 10 to 14 pounds. fc per pound; railed
calf, tound. under 10 pounds, 10c per pound:
(green untalted, lc per pound less; culls, lc
per pound lets). Eheep Kklns: Shearlings, No.
1 butchers' stork. 25R0c each; abort wool. No.
1 butchers' slocx. OtfVK eacn; medium, woat.
no. l huteners' siock. iwasBc; tong wool .no.
1 butchers Kock. $11-50 each. Murrain pe!t
from 10 to 20 per cent lets or 12tn4c per
pound: horse hides, salted, each, according to
slse. $1.50J3. dry. each, according to else. $1
&1.50; colu bldef. 25Q50C each; goat aklns,
common. 10015c each; Angora, with wool on.
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 3HSc; No, 2
and grease. 23c
FURS Bear skins, an to size. No. 1. $2.50
910 each; cubs, $192; badger, 25350c: wild
cat, with head perfect, 260.50c; houie cat,
r.g'lOc; fox, common gray. 59(T70; red. $3Cf
5; cress. J5S15: silver and black. $Hefi2w.
fiahert, $560; lynx. $4.50C. mink, itrictly
No. 1. according to !ze. $12.50; marten,
dark Northern, according to uze and color.
ilt'313; marten, pale. pine, according to lze
fkunkf,406(tcr civet or polecat, 5010c: otter,
large, prime skin. JGfilO; panther, with head
and claws perfect, $265; raccoon, prime. 309
50c; mountain wolf, with head perfect, $3.50
K5; coyote. 00951; wolverine. $C8S; beaver,
per skin. large. $500; medium. $3&4: email,
$lttl..V: kits. 5e75c
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 20Q22c
CASCARA SEORADA (ChltUm bark)
Good. 3c per pound.
GRAIN BAGS Calcutta. TQTVjc
rrovUlong and Canned Meats.
HAMS 10 to 14 pounds. 134c per pound;
34 to 1C pounds, 134c;. IS to 20 pounds.
134c; California tplcnic), 9c; cottage hamn.
Uc. shoulders. Dc; boiled cam, 21c; boiled pic
nic ham, bone! v3. 15c.
BACON Fancy breakfast. 19c per pound;
standard breakfart, 17c: choice. 154c; Eng
lish breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 144c; ptach
DRY SALT CURED Regular Abort clears,
loiic dry x-alt. 11 Uc smoked; clear backs. 10c
dry salt. 11c smoked: el cur bellies. 14' to 17
pounds average, none; Oregon exports, 20 to
25 pounds, average. HVtC dry salt. 12Uo
crooked; Union butts, 10 to IS pounds aver
age, none. .
SAUSAGE Portland ham. ISc per pound;
minced ham. 10c: Summer. choice dry
174c; bologna, long, 14c; welaerwurst, &c;
liver, Cc; pork. 9c: blood. 5c: headcheese, 6c;
bologna sausage, link, ,44c
PICKLED GOODS Pork. barreX $IS; half,
barrels, $9.50: beef, barrels. $12; half 'barrels,
CANNED MEATS Ccrned beef, pounds, per
dozen. $1.25; two pounds. $2.35; six pounds.
JS. Roast beet fiat, pounds. $1.25; two pounds.
$2.25: six pounds! none. Roast beef. tall,
pounds, none; two pounds, $2.35: six pounds,
cone. Lunch tongue pounds. $3.15.
LARD Kettle rendered, tierces &S-C. tubs
94c. 50s 9c 20s 10c 10 304c, 5 104c
Standard Pure: Tierces S&c. tubs 4c 50s 94c
20s Oiic lOs'P&ie. 5s 95ic Ccrn pound: Tierces
Cc tubs CUc 50s CUc 10s CUC 5s 6Tc
Dressed Meats. -
BEEF Dressed bulls. l2c per pound;
cowe, 3444c; country steers. 4&c .
MUTTON Dressed fancy. 5e per ncuafi:
VEAL Dressed. 75 to 115 pounds, 7374c:
125 to 200 pounds, 536c; 200 pounds and up,
PORK Dressed. 100 to 160. 7e74e: 150
and up. 6T7c per pound.
TURPENTINE Cases. Sdc per gallon.
WHITE LEAD Ton lota. 7c; 500-pound
lots. 7c: leu than SCO-pound lota. Sc. '
GASOLINE Stove gasoline cases. 234:
Iron barrels. 17c; 86 ceg. gasoline, cases. 32e;
Iron barrels or drums. 26c
COAL OIL Cases. 204c: Iron barrels, 14c;
wood barrel t. 17c, 63 deg., caes, 22c: Iron
LINSEED OIL Raw. 5-barrel lots. C2c; 1
barrel lots. 63e; cases, CSc Boiled: 5-barrcl
lots. 64c; 1-barrel lota. 65c: cases. 70c
Eastern Bar Iron Aocavtiea Dissolved.
NEW TORK. July 21 -Statements made In
trade circles are to the effect, says the
Journal of Commerce, that the Eastern Bar
Iron Association has been dissolved. This was
the last of the more important pools to re
main Intact. As a result of this the manu
facturers at their meeting on Wednesday.
when they decided to make no change In
prices, met as Individuals and not as mem
bers of the Eastern Bar Iron Association.
There la still, however, a general disagree
ment In regard to production and price. Un
der the pool arrangements. It Is understood
that the manufacturers were under penalty
lor violation or the agreement, but In ccste
quence of the dissolution this does sot hold
at the present time,
YV1 at SC Loal.
ST. LOUIS. July 2L Wool Steady: trrrl
tory ad Welters Be6iu:a, 3$0t; Mae
Btdhm. M Cj;'flce. 1517c.
RUST IN THE WHEftT
Alarming Reports From Spring
Belt in Northwest.
CHICAGO PIT GOES WILD
Blight Said to Be Spreading Over
Minnesota and tlic Dakotas.
September Option Jumps
Nearly Tiirec Cents.
CHICAGO. July 2L Tb wheat market was
extremelr strong throughout the session. Un
der urgent demand from shorts the opening
on the September option was up H6c at
fe7;eSSc Black rust in the wheat fields of
Minnesota and the Dakotas was the burden
of numerous messages received here from
all over the Northwest. Fear of . repetition
of TaiC year's devastation in the Spring wheat
there was the eola reason for the general de
mand tor wheat that started prices In a wild
scurry upward. All other iaSuencea were
Ignored. As the sesdon advanced, additional
advlees were received telling of the spread of
the crop Infection. 'Weather In the Northwest
was reported as favorable to the epread of
blight, rains having fallen In numerous lo
calities throughout the Dakota. Excitement
is the pit was aji white heat from start to
fln!h Tyi-- yrt9i4i hiniMffir nreflls And were
about the only ae'.lcr. A sensational advance
of nearly 0 cents In the price of the Sep-
irrooer epuon ai Auwnimu utute rau;
shorts here to cover.. Within a few minutes
of the clofe the September option sold here
at 90c a gain of 5Se in two days. The
market closed strong at the topmost price,
a clear gain of 21c above.
Corn was firm, partly on account of the
strength of wheat, but largely on account of
falling off In local receipt. Corn -closed at
Oats was firm. September closed HSUc high
er, at 28i;e29-ie.
The previsions market was firm. An Im
proved - general demand was the cause of a
moderate advance In valuM. At the dote,
pork wan up lT4c. lard was 5ff7Hc higher, and
ribs were up 10Hc
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Lew. Clew.
$ $ $ .oo $ .H
... .3114 ,S2
... jci JitM
... .205 J
.. .123214 13.03
... 7.15 7.22H
... 7.77U 774i
... 7-Krli 7.12 Vi
Cash quotations were as foMews:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. J1.86S1.12: No. 3, 65e
0$LC5; No. 2 red. 2K8c.
Cora No. 2. 5Sc; No. 2 ycMow. 5S'-:85Sc.
Oatf No. 2. 32 Vic; No. 2 wMte. 34gS4Kc; No.
3 white, 33034c.
Barley Good feeding. 4044c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1, $L2i; No. 1 Northwestern,
Timothy reed Prime. $12.
Mess pork-Per kSrret. $12JK912.05.
Lard-Per 109 pounds. $7.8507.074.
Short ribs lder-Loose. $7,753 7.SS.
Short clear sides Boxed. JT.STHSS.
CloVcr Contract grade, $12.75f 13.
FJour. barrels .
Wheat, bushels .
Corn, bukhels ..
OxiA. bushels . .
Rye bupheln . .
Grain and Produce at New Tork.
NEW TORK, July 21. FJour Reeetpts.
barrels: exports, 13.S0O barrels; sales. 4100
packages; market, firm hut dull.
Wheat Exports. 23.W0 bushels; sales, 5.CO0.-
(KM bushels futures; spot firm; No. 2 red.
nominal elevator, S9c f- a. b. afloat; No. 1
Northern Duluth. $1-21U f. . b. afloat; No.
1 Northern Manitoba. $1.13 Lab. afloat.
There was another strong advance in wheat
today on reports that rust wan spreading
rapidly in the Northwest, which led to strong
outside buying and a big advance In Minne
apolis. The market clowd very strong at
2492s set advance Sales Included No. 2
red July closed. OSUc; September. 04Uc; De
cember, 14 8-lGc
Hops Firm. . -Hides
Grain at San Xraaclsco.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2L Wheat and bar
ley, steady. Spot quotations:
Wheat Shipping. $L474B,I.53: milling,
Barley Feed. $161,024: brewing. somlaaL
Oats Red. $1,150 L35.
Call board sales:
Wheat December. $1.4GT4.
Barley December, SW.
Corn Large yellow. $1.37431.(24-
Minneapolis Wheat Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jcly 21. Wheat. July.
$L11U; September. 7Ttc; December, 944c;
No. 1 Northern. $1.14; No.
: Northern. $LU4;
No. 1 hard, $L1CU.
Wheat at ZJrerpooL
LIVERPOOL. July 2L Wheat July, serai,
sal; September. 6s 94d; December, Cs Si.
Wheat at Tacoaa,
TACOMA. July 2L Wheat, unchanged; blue-
stem. SGc; club. SOc
APATHY OF STOCK MARKET
PRICES REFUSE TO MOVE
Desired Buying Evidently Accom
plished Before Action Was
Taken Closing Tone Easy.
NEW TORK. July 23. The extreme apathy
of today's ctock market served to eliminate
another of the explanations which have been
advanced from time to tlmo to account for
the lethargic rut Into "which the trading has
fallen. It was supposed that the market was
waiting for definite sews of dividends' which
were confidently expected to be increased. The
most Important of these were Union Pacific
and Amalgamated Copper, but the market
showed as little stimulation from those causes
today as when they, wers announced 'yester
day. The explanation of this seeing lsdlf
feresce of course 1 that the declred buying
was accomplished before, the dividend actios
was actually announced. Where the move
ment .of prices attained any Important dl
mensloo was is the list of usually Inactive
specialties, uuisics sews was o: I IT lie ef
Th large placing of foreign funds here dur
ing the week would operate to relieve the de-
masd upem the N(jr Tcrk leas accoast. The'
cSertac of forel fosds here caaM to
passe tody aad the foreq exchange mvktt
showed a recgrtrtag acsdeacy Is ccneqam ee.
Tk UsfMg tost mC St seta was decidedly My.
Bends were steady. Total sales, par value.
Jl.374.0Xk. United States beads wtr ua
chasged oa call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Adasss Exprts ....
Aisalgaaaud Copper 7L700
Ara' car i. Focndry
American .Cortca Oil
An. Ud. & Lth. pfd.
American Linseed Oil
do preferred ......
Am. Smelt. & Refia.
do preferred ......
Am. Sugar Refining
Am. Tobacco pfd....
1.500 4Si 47H 47
4.100 117S HH ttot
200 119H UVrt
300 139 13SH 13oa
2o5 iwL iooii io
Anaconda Mining Co.
Atchison 8.300 Stj &5Vs &5U
do preferred 2.CU0 102 102), 102
AUanxlc Coax Line. 200 153 15sVa 15S
Baltimore Jb Ohio...
i.vw ms iia liai
3,'iw 6qh 'eoji ean
vn i5i isih 151H
Brock. Rapid Transit
Canadian Padflc ...
Central of N. Jersey.
do preferred ......
Chesapeake & Ohio..
Chicago & Alton....
do preferred ......
Chicago Gl. Wewra
Chi. is. Northwestern.
400 45 44t,
400 104 H 104
1.100 C3U 52
100 34 3d
400 TDK 77
700 20 1K
IOO 209T 209
CSL. MIL & St. Paul 17.100 1S&H 17SH
ra. Term. & Transit
c a. a i St. L.
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Colorado & Southern
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred....
Consolidated Gas ....
Corn Producu ......
do preferred ......
Delaware & Hudson.
DeL. Lack. St West.
Denver & Rio Grande
do preferred ......
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred....
General Electric ....
10O 100 190
1 00 47H 47H
5.SC3 152V lSai
100 395 335
Illinois Central .....
2.400 163H loTH 167T4
400 19 lS'U 1SH
ao preferred ..
3tO 73 76 7SV,
International Pump.. ...... ..... ..... 27 Vi
100 27S 27H 27
ICO 52 52 51
1,400 HSU 145H 145h
100 S2U 82V; 52
1.500 1271 1212SH
Kansan City Southern
do preferred ......
Louisville & Nashv.
Met. Securities ....
Metropolitan St, Ry.
Mexican Central ....
Minn. & St. Louis...
M.. St. P. i S. i JL
COO 122 122 Vi 122t;
do preferred ...... ...... ..... ..... 15S
Mlssoutl Pacific .... 1.O00 crs S 8S
Mo.. Kana. & Texas 200 2SH 2S 23
do preferred 4C 63 63
National Lad 2CO 45 44H 44
Mex. Nat. R. R. pfd. 300 374 574 S74
New Tork Central... l.&M 1474 H0h 14
N. T.. Ont. & West. l.BOO 31, 51 51
Norfolk & Western. 1.300 S6h 85; S5Vj
do preferred ...... ...... ..... ..... OS
North American .... 400 65 OS !K5i
Northern Pacific ... 4.8CO 205 2004 201
Padfis Mall 300 -434 43i 42
Pennsylvania 31.7CO 142K 141. 141H
People's Gas 300 103 UH 104
P a & EL. L, 7S
Pressed Steel Car.:. 200 U 39 30
do preferred 100 83H W4 Wfi
Pullman Palace Car 230
Reading 40.500 105U 102U ltt2i
da 1st preferred.... ..... 91
do 2d" preferred.... 500 924 S24 92
Republic Steel 0,200 214 204 284
do preferred 10.400 634 624 S2i
Rock Itfand Co 3.400 314 344 304
do preferred .. 75
Rubber Goods ......
SL L. tc S. F. 2d ofd. 100 37 C7
St. Joul Southwest. 200 23 22
do r referred 60U co
Southern Pacific ... 7.100 04 C4
do preferred 300 113 US
Southern Railway.... Wi 334 33
co preferred ICO OS-, nsv
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. 6.7C0 S7i 65I
Texas JL. Pacific 290 23U 33U
ToL. St. L, & West. ICO 3S4 3SU
do c referred .
Union Pacific 42.CG0 1294 127-i
IT. S. Bxpres .
U. S. Realty
V. S. Rubber ...
3.900 4811 471
do n referred
:4.300 34 34 34
V. S. Steel
do preferred ...
18.900 ICTJi 102
do preferred -- ICO io5i
Wabash CCO HU
do preferred 200 BU
Wells-Fargo Exprem '..
vie item Union 100 934
Wheellnr & I. Ert irn iftil
WlKonsln Central '., ..... 23t;
oa prcierrea ...... WJ4
Total sales for the day. 33C.S00 shares.
NEW TORK. July 21. Closing quotations:
O. S. ref. 2s reg.l03T4:D. It R. O. 4s.. .100
CO coupon 103 -4 IN. T. C C. 3ia. osv.
U. S. 3s Teg.... 103 U Nor. Pacific 3s.. 77i
do coupon 101 iNor. Pacific 4s.10rt
U. S. new 4s reg.!3l4:So. Pacific 4s... 04i
do coupon 132;
Union Pacific 4S.105H
Wis. Central 4s.. 84
U. S. old 4s reg.104
do coupon 104
Jap. Ca. 2d set.. 904
Atchison Adj. 4s 97
Jap. 44. cer... 91H
Stocks at Losdoa.
LONDON. July 21. Consols tor mosey.
90; cossols for account. 901-18.
Anaconda ZH Norfolk tc West. 8SH
Atchison ...... fSSI do preferred... 98
do preferred... 103U:Ontarlo Sc. West. 534
Baltimore tc. O. .117UPennsylvanla ... 724
Can. Pacific 158 IRasd Mines 94
Ches. & Ohio... 54 4 Reading 54
C. GL Westers. 20 4 1 do 1st pref 4S
CM.&SL P..1S541 do 2d pref 43
DeBeers 1C34.SO. Railway 344
D. & R. Grande. 324- do pref erred... 101
Co preferred... &9UISO. Pacific GGH
Erie 474 Union Pacific. .. 1324
do 1st pref.... S3 do preferred. ..1004
do 2d pref.... 73 iU. S. Steel 33;
Illinois Central. 173UI do preferred. ..103H
Louis. & Nash... 153 4 Wabash 20
SSo Kas. & T.. 29 do preferred... 414
N. T. Central.. .131 ,SpasIih Fours... 91
Mosey Erchaage. Etc.
NEW TORK. July 21. Money ca call,
steady. lii6T2 per cent: closing bid. 2 per
cent; effered at 2 per cent. Tims loans,
steady; CO days, 3 per cest; 90 days. Zl
per cest; six months. 4 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper. 4ffiVl per cent. Sterling ex
change steadier, with actual bustnees Is
bankers bills at $1.83504. $440 for demand,
and at $4.SK5C4.6i75 for GO-day bills. Posted
ratte $4.f5C4-S7. Commercial bills, $i.SiS-
Bar stiver, 5iic
Mexican dollars. 454c
Government and railroad bonds steady.
LONDON, July 21. Bar sliver. 273-16d per
Mosey, per cent.
Discoust rate short bills. 14 per cest; three
months" bills. IK per cest.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 21 Silver bars,
M ericas dollars. soai&aL
. Drafts, sight, 74c: telegraph. 30c
Sterling. 60 days. $4.854: sight, $t.S7U-
Daily Trwurary Stateaest.
WASHINGTON. "Ucly 2L Today's sUte
sent of the Treasury balances la the general
Available, cash balaaca, $128,023,073
Gold cola and bullion. 47.509,934
JJEPEND3 ON WILCOX.
U alcss Ho Joiss Washlagtoa Miller, Cons
SEATTLE. July 21. The executive commit
tee of the sewly forased Washington Millers
Assodatloa met here yesterday afternoon to
draft as agreement and rules governing the
action of the mills Involved, which must be
signed by the owners of the plants before asr
benefits can be secured from the organisation.
President I&gereoll Is now trying to induce T.
P. Wilcox, of Portland, to bring in the plants
he owns, latiudl&g the big Portland Flouring
Mills, the Puget Sound Flour Mills at Ta
coma, asd other plants. It is saif that dsless
WUccx acts favorably, the combine may sot
Pried Fruit at New Terk.
NEW TORK, July 2L The market for evap
orated apples continues arm. particularly for
prime fruit. Supplies are small, sew" crop
advices bullish asd there Is a moderate de
mand considering the ceases. Common to
good arc quoted at 4U94c: choice prime
94c: choice 647c as fancy. 74c
Spot prase are fins, although the elestasd
costlsaea light asd Is for Immediate seeds
only. Quotations raage from 3 to 8c for
Ca lifers! a, asd as high as Tc for Oregcs.
Apricots are SBchaaced, Vt the fee Hag Is
.Sra asd aay iatproTteat Is letsasd prob
ably weU eaase as adTasee at lie asd fancy
Peaches also shew a sardeslsc. tesdexey,
with ehetce twied at 3We: extra ekefce.
1442Ve asd acr. U4t3c
Bala! retauis. 4Jt. wkh leese Xweatel
aasetsd at 4ife; eeeded nMktv Xe
asd lAta Jftfers. S1L1C. -
RETARDED B HEAT
Activity, in Many Undertakings
BUT CROPS ARE IP,1PR0VED
3Ianafactnrcrs Are Basier Thaa
Usual In the MIdsHmmer Sea
son Large Volume of Fall
Trade Is Assnred.
NEW TORK, July 21. Bradetreetar tomor
row win say: 4
A widespread hot wave has retarded dis
tributive trado and Interfered with manufac
turing industry, but has stimulated crop
growth and thereby strengthened the outlook
for Fall trade. Confidence In Fall trade Is
unimpaired and there' Is & more liberal ten
dency In placing Fall orders.
Manufacturing Is more active than usual and
the Summer shutdown la not such a feature
thla year as formerly.- Money has been re
markably easy for this season of the year,
considering the nearness of crop-moving re
quirements. Railway earnings are favorable,
those for the first half of July showing 7
per cent gain on 1004. The Industrial ft tui
tion Is on the whole very favorable, labor
being well employed and especially acarce al
the South. The Chicago Teamsters strike has
ended In defeat for the men. the cost In lost
wages being- $1,000,000, while the employers
are said to have lost $12,000,000 In the form
of increased expenses and diverted trade.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending July 20 number 163, against
ICO last week and 190 In the. Ilka week of
1S04. In Canada, failures tor the past week
number 22. ast against 20 Jast week and 10
in this week a year ago.
Wheat. Including flour, experts for the week
ending July 20. are 70S.329 bushels against
S32.660 last week and 1.2S1.501 this week last
year. From July 1 to date, the exports are
2,003.733 bushels, against 3.572.0CO last year.
PROMISE OF FALL TRADE.
Clothisj; Manufacturers ReceiTo Liberal Or
der From Traveling: Salesmen.
NEW TORK. July 21. R. G. Dun St Com
pony's Weekly Review of Trade will say to
Hot weather tended to retard activity In
many productive undertakings and postponed
forward business that could be delayed with
out Iras, but accelerated tae consumption of
seasonable merchandise and advanced "he
j cnys much nearer maturity. Confidence In
for harvesting and much of the Winter wheat
i is now beyond danger, while late corn is
rapidly regaining lost ground.
Inquiries Indicate a general disposition to
provide for a large volume of Fall and Win
ter business; clothing manufacturing receiv
ing liberal orders from traveling saleemen.
There Is comparatively little Interruption from
labor disputes, and the net result In all com
merclal and manufacturing branches Is ex
ceptloaalty satisfactory for this midsummer
Railway earnings thus far reported for July
exceed last year's by 7.4 per cent.
Failures this week numbered 193 In the
United Suites, agal&ct 231 last year and 23
In Canada, compared with 20 -a year ago.
NEW TORK. July 21. The following table.
compiled by Bradstreets, shows the bank
clearings at the principal cities for the week
ended July 20. with the percentage of In
crease asd decrease, as compared with the
corresposdlBg week last year:
St. Jcseph ..
Columbus . .v.
Salt Lake City ......
Ds Moines ........
22.S33.609 30. S
..... 3.781.S74 25.0
...... 4.198,225 33.4
, C.823.0S9 2S.4
Charleston. 5. C......
937,610 9.7 ....
64805 .8 ....
454.475 .... 45.2
992.3S1 37.4 ....
729,943 9.4 ....
654.098 79.4 ....
408.000 .... 17.5
.463,358 10.6 ....
414.453 5.2 ....
514.288 18.7 ....
.420.743 .... 8.2
315.439 .... 4.3
272.434 T.O ....
283.900 45.X ....
240.924 47.2 ....
228.6'ffl 2.2 ....
402.643 6.S ....
12J37.674 33.9 ....
11.590.C00 74.6 ....
Top lex ...............
Wheeling. W. Va.....
Canton. O .-.
Fargo, N. D. .........
Bloom Isgton, 111.
Sioux Falls, S..D
Cedar Rapids .
Total United States.$2.450.644.S20 12.3
Outside New Tork.... v.&a2.22 9.4
Vancouver. B. C......
St. Jobs. N. B..
Victoria. B. C...
Total Caaada $ 6,T12,5flS 21.3
Balances paid is cash.
T iter day.
The tollowteg price on llresteek were coated
arpsKerday Is the local market:
CATTLE Best Eastera Orecsft -steers. $U:
good cewr. ttftM; ceKssos cows, $L36f L?K;
calves. IX to 1M pewrfs. $; M to
rarOEP Vest Xssieni Oreeew Met VaUer.
$.: nredlMa. Hi hURhe. $4.Ml
HOO-Beet large v st sees, $C3sJW
block and China, fat. $3.505.75: good feed
Prices Curreaat Kaaaas CMy, Omahx aad
KANSAS CTXT, July 2L Cattle Receipts.
1000; market steady. NaUve steers. $XS5Q
5.33; stock era and feeders. $2.7324.40; calves,
$3.755.75; Western fed steers, $3.50&5.00;
Western fed cows, $2.7534.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7000; market 5310c lower.
Bulk of sales. $5.805.G3: heavy. $5.5765.65:
packers. $5.62He5.67; plga and lights $5.65
Sheep Receipts, 2000: market steady. Mut
tons. $4.355.50; lambs, $5.7567.15; range
wethers, $1.7595.40; ted ewes, $4.2584.S5.
CHICAGO. July 21. Cattle Receipts, 13,000;
market steady. Good to prime steersv $5,359
5.C3; poor to medium. $3.G03o.l3: stockers and J
feeders. $2.3064 JS; cow. X2.40-4O; heifers. I
$2.0064.75; cannera. ji.iu-u; ouiia. iajj
3. SO; calves. $3.0036.30; Texas fed steers.
Hogs Receipts today, 20,000; tomorrow, 10.-
000; market 3810c lower. Mixed and butch- '
ers. $5.503.65; .good to choice heavy. $3 603
.924; rough heavy. $5.3535.00; light. $5.65
5.374: bulk of sales. $5.6565.85.
Sheep Receipts. 6000; sheep and lambs
steady. Good to cholc wethers. $4.S0Q5.15;
fair to choice mixed. $4.0084.73; Weotern
sheep, $3.e585.25; native lambs, 53.0OS7.5O;
Western lambs, J 5. 0O87.73.
SOUTH OMAHA. July 21. Receipts. 1500;
marker slow, 10s lower. Native steers, $3.50
55.00: cows and heifers. $2.65-94.40; Westers
steers. $3.2504.50: Texas steers. $2.7583.73;
Texas cows aadhelfers, $210033.55; can n ers.
$1.5082.50; stockers and feeders. $2.5033.90;
calves. $3.5085.50; bulls, stags, etc. $2.00Q
Hogs Receipts. 11,000: market 5810c lower.
Heavy, $5.4583.50; mixed. $5.42485.50; light,
$5.5083.55; pigs, $4.5085.85; hulk of eales.
Sheep Receipts, 4000; market slow and
weak. Westers yearlings. $5.2383.75; wethers.
$4.5085.25; ewes, $4.0084.75; lambs. $8,508
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2L The official
closing quotations for mining stocks 'today
were as follows:
Alpha Con $ .07Mexlcan $1.30
Andes lOiOccldental Con... .88
Belcher lliOphlr 6.88
Bullion 40iOverman 15
Caledonia 44Potost 13
Challenge Con... .19 Seoralon ........ .10
Confidence S2iSeg. Belcher..... .04
Crown Point J3 Sierra Nevada... --0
Exchequer 33Silver Hill 92
Gould & Ctrrry.. .13 Union Con 40
Haie & xorcross ou,utah Con 07
Justice OCiTellow Jacket.... .21
NEW TORK. July 21. Closing quotations:
Adams Con $ jaiLlttle Chief $ .05
Alice .57 Ontario ......... 00
Breece 35Ophlr 8.50
Brunswick Con.. .ll!Phoenlx .02
Comstock Tun... .03;Potosl 11
Con. CaL & Va.. 1.30.Savage 70
Horn Silver. 1.73iSterra Nevada... .23
Iron Silver 3.00 small Hopes 30
Leadvllle Con OSiStandard 1.10
BOSTON. July 21. Closing quotations:
Adventure ....$ 5.25
Mohawk $ 3X00
.Vllouez 27.75 Mont. C. & C.
Amalgamated.. 83.00 Old Dominion.
Am. Zinc 13.00IOsceol& .....
Atlantic 17.00, Parrot
Bingham 30.75IQulncr .
Cal. Sc. Hecla.. 070.00 Shannon ....
Centennial .... 20.75
Copper Range. 72.3S
U. S. Mining...
10.C3U. S. Oil
Mass. Mining. .
NEW TORK. July 21. Tho London tin mar
ket showed only a slightly reactionary ten
dency following the recent advances. Futures
were unchanged at 144 15s. and spot was
only about 5s lower, at 145 5s. Locally the
market Is firm with spot quoted at 31.72832.
ine inaon copper nurxei wasuncnangca
at 67 for spot and 57 fii for futures. The
local market shows firmness, and Inside prices
are slightly higher, with both Lake and elec
trolytic quoted at 15.1248155c. - casting.
Lead was unchanged at 4.5O8-4.G0c in the
local market, and. at 13 15s In London.
Spelter also was unchanged In both mar
kets, closing at 24 In London asd at 5.438
5.50c In the New Tork market.
Iron doted 49s 4d In Glasgow, and at 45s 3d
Is Middles bo ro. Locally Iron was unchanged.
New Tork Cotton Market.
NEW TORK. July 21. Cotton futures closed
Ready at a decline of 10813 points. July,
18.80c; August. 10.59c; September, 10.69c: Oc
tober. 10.79c: November. 10.90c; December,
10.86c: January. 10.S9c: February. 10.93c;
March. 10.93c; April and May. 11.01c
- Foreign Missions.
PORTLAND. July 21. (To the Editor.) I
have read with 1st treat the editorial la
Thursday's Oregoslan under the caption.
Foreign Missions," but regret that It does
sot put the case quite fairly, at least from
the missionary viewpoint- The writer la
"The Open Court" merely repeats a mis
statement which had grown 'stale 40 years
ago. To say that' the converts la India "lose
their old religion without really gaining new
Is simply to set facts at defiance. As a com
munity the native Christians la North In
dia have made as satisfactory progress as
any Christians in the world: Forty-ulx years
ago female education was unknown. No med
ical relief could be extended to women of the
higher classes, asd the people were Inflex
ibly opposed to schools for girls. But two
missionary ladles sailed for India on the
eame ship In 1S70, one to Introduce medical
relief to Indian women, and the other to lay
the foundations of the first college for women
ever established, on Asiatic soil. The result
is that wemea are admitted to government
medical colleges, while the daughters of na
tive Christians are successfully competing with
young men for university honors V And this
happens In a region where Intelligent men
used to tell me that women had so -brains I
The native Christians, of North India at
least, have gained everything by becoming
Christians and they know It well.
With regard to a million converts anssally,
my statement so doubt seemed a little wild,
but ervea it this rate of progress could he
secured. It would require 300 years to make
all India Christian: And then, what of China?
I was speaking to Christians and I wished
them to widen their vision aad correctly es
timate the problem before them. All Asia
la beginning to feel the thrill of new move
ments. In feeling. Japan Is half Christian
sow. Fifty million Hindus are persuaded that
Christ will become the Lord aad master of
the race, asd only hope that the change may
sot come la their day. A comsios Asiatic
bond la, for the first time la history, begin
ning to make itself felt. When the present
war began, 50,000 people, reprcaestlng four
religions, gathered Is a Calcutta park to pray
for Japas. Such a spectacle was full of mean
ing. The Eastern world Is astir. Ours will
yet beccme a Christian world, and if it does,
the time must come literally when ndt a
million persons, but "a nation shall be born
Is a day."
But If this kind of talk seems like sheer
extravagance to asy reader, let It pass aa
such, asd let modem missions stand oa their
merits as elevating asd civilizing agencies.
They have thus far made a soble record,
asd their usefulness seems to be expanding
constantly and rapidly. J. M. THOBURN.
Cashed Worthless Checks.
VATiK; Or., July 21. (Special.) Deputy
Sheriff C E. Thomas returned from La
Grande Tueiday- evening- with August
Bali, who issued checks Sunday on the
Vale Bank; where he had no funds. The
checks were cashed by several merchants
and in the aggregate amounted to about
$60. Late Sunday evening he hired a man
to drive him. to Ontario, -where he suc
ceeded in getting another check castled,
and during the night took; the train to
As soon as the felosy -was discovered,
Moaday morning, steps were taken to ap
prehend Ball and he was located at La
Grande. Deputy Sheriff Thomas left ira
. mediately for that place and brought aim
hack. Ball had oaiy $12 kit and was
is readered misoraM by a cMUordArM,
sver. improve coca oy taxtsg tjaners
Littler Liver. PUK.
MY CITY i
XiFVELY 3IOVE3IETS- IX GRAIN"
- AT SAX FRVXCISCO.
3Iarkct Strong in Sympathy With
Eastern Bulge Portland Frail
Orders Are Filled. -
SAN FRANCISCO. July 21. (Special.)-:
Lively speculative movements in grain were
again the leading feature of the local markets.
Yesterday's ehort sellers were active buy-
ers and advanced December wheat to $1.47.
.and the same delivery of barley to 95;
cents. Crop damage news from the Northwest
and excited Eastern markets were the main
causes- of strength. Local cash prices for
cereals were firm, but no higher, as consum
ers purchase sparingly and shippers are out of
the market, Flcur Is well sustained. Feed
stuffs are In light supply and firm. Hay Is
arriving freely and la easy.
Some moderate, orders for outgoing steam
ers for the Northern Coast, Including Port
land, were filled in the fruit market, but
prices showed no particular change. Peaches,
plums, and apples were abundant and weak.
Most of the Bartlett pears from the river
come under contract to canners and are off
the market, causing firmness In that fruit.
Seedless and Fontalnbleau grapes are plenti
ful and easy. Receipts of lemons are less
ening, but stocks are ample. A carload
of Valencia oranges arrived and commanded
stiff prices. Bananas and pineapples are
ReceiDts of potatoes were liberal and gen
eral offerings' were quiet and easy. Onions were
in less supply and morely firmly held, but
buying was not urgent. Tomatoes advanced
sharply on lighter receipts.
'Butter was In larger supply and an easier
tone was apparent: Cheese was weak. Eggs
were steady, but offering nore freely. Re
ceipts. 90.100 pounds butter. 5200 pounds
cheese. 34.140 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. 75c8$l; garlic.
2483c: sreea peas. $161.50: string beans. 3
4c; tomatoes. 258S5c; egg plant, $181-25.
POULTRT Turkey gobblers. 18821c: roost
ers, old, $4.5085: do young. $6.5087-50; broil
ers, small. $1,508-50; do large. $2.3083.50:
fryers. $585.50; do young. $588-50.
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 234c: creamery
seconds. 21c; fancy dairy. 20c; dairy seconds.
EGGS Store. 17821c; fancy ranch. 25c.
WOOL Spring. Humboldt and Mendoclas, 28
830c: Nevdda. 16320c
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $21822; middlings. $28
HAT Wheat, $9813.50; wheat and oats. $8-50
$-12.50; barley. $7g9; alfalfa. $688.50; clover,
$7810: stock. $57, straw, 30830c per bale.
POTATOES Early Rose, 50c8$l; Salinas
CHEESE Toung America, 104811c; East
FRUITS Apples, choice. $1.25; common. 40c:
bananas, 73c8$3; Mexican limes. $4.5085: Cali
fornia lemons, choice, $3; common. $1: or
anges, nave's, $383.50; pineapples, $1.5083.
RECEIPTS Flour. 11:278 quarter sacks:
wheat. 440 centals; barley. 12.134 centals; oats,
4791 centals; beans. 101 sacks; potatoes. 4204
sacks: bran. 100 sacks; middlings. SO sacks:
hay. 625 tons; wool. 60 bales; hides. 563.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW TORK. July 21. The market for cof
fee futures closed steady net unchanged to
5 points higher. Sales: 27.750 bags. Including
July 6.60c; September. 6.75c: December. 7.50c:
March. 7.20c; May. 7.25c. Spot Rio. steady:
No. 7, Sc.
Sugar Raw. firm: fair refining. 3?jc: cen
trifugal, 96 test. 4c: molasses sugar. 34c
Refined steady; crushed. $5.90; powdered.
$5.30; granulated. $5.20.
Dairy Produce in the East.
CHICAGO. July 21. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was steady;
creamery. 104819c: dairy. lSSlSc
Eggs, steady at mark. 134c;- firsts, 134c;
prime firsts. 17c; extras, 19c
Cheese, steady. 948104c
NEW TORK. July 21. Butter, unchanged.
: THE C. GEE WO CHINESE MEDICINE CO. :
at 233 Alder SU -corner
To the large bride. m
building at S. E. j
corner of First and 9
iiorrison sts. m
JJr. C. Gee tvo, the Great cnisese e
O Doctor. Is well known and famous
a throughout the U. S. because his won-
derful and marvelous cures have beea e
0 heralded broadcast throughout the 0
e length and breadth of this country.
r He treats any and all diseases with a
Z powerful Chinese roots, herbs, buds, m
T barks and vegetables that are en- c
1 tlrely unknown to medical science la
" this country, and through the use cf
" these harmless remedies. He guar-
antees to cure catarrh, asthma, lung
troubles. rheumatism. nervousness.
stomach, liver, kidney, female troub- "
Ies and all private diseases.
This famous doctor cures without
the aid of the knife, without using
poisons or drugs. Hundreds of tes-
0 tlmonials on file at his offices. Call -
and see hint. Charges moderate.
Patients out of the city write for
blanks and circular. Inclose 4c stamp.
0 Address the C. Gee Wo Chinese Medl-
else Co 162 1st SL, Cor. Herrisea,
0 Portland, Or.
0 Please mention this paper. - 0
p.t. r.ir..t. n.t. : .
aphrcdiiiic aad special toaic for the serBalcrfaaf
oHSoth sexes. Tee Mexican remedy fcr of
the kMneys and bladder. Sells on its own TTfrit3
NABER. ALFS BRTJNE, Agents
328 Market. St., San Francisco. Send fcr create.
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