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THE 5IDKNIXG OREGOXIAX, TUESDAY. JULY 30, 1907.
NEW WHEAT PRICES
Appearance of This Year's
Crop Causes Revision.
PUT CLUB AND VALLEY 80c
Several Carloads Already Sent Down
to Tidewater and Foreign Ship
ments AY ill Begin In Short
Time Oats $25 a Ton.
Stocks of old wheat having been prac
tically cleaned up, the quotations on old are
nominal. New crop grain la arriving in
gradually Increasing quantities, three or four
cars having come in the last of the week and
several more cars are on the way down. Ex
port houses are beginning to bestir them
selves tor getting cargoes under way, and un
less some unforseen obstacle gets in the way
there will be a cargo made, up In a short
time, and the regular export business be
Upon a revision of prices for new crop
wheat, club and Valley Is quoted at 80c per
bushel to farmers; bluestem, 82c; and red
Reports from the grain-growing sections
continue to be favorable to a large yield and
of heavy quality. Harvesting is now pretty
general In all sections of the state, and in
some of the early sections Is nearly over.
New crop oats declined to S25 a ton on re
ports of a heavy yield in all localities heard
from. Old oats were quoted last week at
a ton with stocks In pretty fair vol
ume In dealers' hands.
BANANAS COME IX BAD SHAPE.
Shipment Received Yesterday Was Too Lona
Yesterday forenoon five cars of bananas
came in over the Northern Pacific in such
bad condition that most of tha shipment was
disposed of to hucksters at almost any price
offered. All of the shipment was over-ripe
with a small proportion fit tor handling, and
barely enough could be found that would
stand re-ehlpment - to fill out-of-town orders.
The cause of the poor condition in which
the fruit arrived was on account of delay in
transit from New Orleans.
Sweet potatoes were in better receipt yes
terday, but the demand was so brisk that
price was maintained ''at 7c7c per pound.
Regular shipments are expected from the
Merced district, California, from now on.
Peaches and cantaloupes from California
that came In last Saturday were moved off
rapidly yesterday, and as none arrived during
the day stocks were generally run down
pretty low. No change from last week's
Two cars of Walla Walla onions arrived and
It was said on the street that few mora are
to be had in that oountry.
Watermelons sold briskly during use day
at lHlo per pound and while stocks
were rather heavy at the start of business
they were considerably run out before the
Four hundred boxes of oranges were being
specially packed at Glafke'a for shipment to
Russia by the next Empress steamer. A
member of the firm of Tagdjoglou Brothers,
of Vladlvostock, who has established himself
In Portland, has charge of thla end of the
business of bis firm. He says it is expected
to increase apple shipments this Fall to much
larger proportions than even last year, as Ore
gon apples are regarded with particular fa
vor in Eastern Russia.
wlphtr stocks roryp axfle.
Fears of Over-Supply Dispelled by New Cir
cular From Washington.
There was some fear among importers of
sulphur that an oversupply might be on
hand at the close of the year's business on
account of the action taken some time ago
by tha Pure Food Commission at Washing
ton. A circular was issued in which- it
was hinted that fruit treated with sulphur
In bleaching might come under the ban of
the department. Large quantities of first
quality sulphur are used In this Industry by
fruitgrowers, and Importers had brought in
their usual supply before the notification
from the department was issued. Later on
the department amended its action by an
nouncing that sulphur might be used as
heretofore, but that caution should be em
ployed so that danger from excessive ue
might be avoided.
To many people this alarm by the depart
ment came as a surprise, as it had long
. been the opinion that sulphur not only is
harmless but was regarded as a household
remedy for generations past. In the words
of an Importer: "We all remember the days
of our childhood when we stood by she
knee of the old grandmother and took our
dally dose of sulphur and treacle."
Hopgrowers have been making their con
tracts for sulphur for some time and the
supply has been found to be ample for all
purposes. Prices this year are about the
same as last, 25 a ton in carlots and $28.30
In smaller lots. The Importations this sea
son are said to be of the very best and
brightest grade, which is most satisfactory
TSB COUNTBT BUTTER AT BOMB.
Harvest Time Require Country Stores to
Hold Back Shipments.
Country creamery butter is becoming
gradually in less receipt. This falling off is
principally accounted tor by the large de
mand from farmers during harvest time.
It Is said that at times city dealers are
called on during harvest to send butter to
farming localities to meet requirements.
This reversal of conditions Is explained by
the fact that some of the heaviest grain
growers have only enough cows on their
(arms to furnish milk and butter for family
use. without making surplus. When harvest
hands are to be taken care of, It become
necessary for the farmer to seek elsewhere
for his butter. City creameries report the
demand keeping up to the limit of their
output and that the market Is firm at the
Dealers report no change in the egg sit
uation. 23c being about best, though in
some Isolated cases an additional- half cent
Is named for fancy fresh stock.
As Is customary on Mondays, the receipts
of poultry and fresh meats was not ex
cessive and there was little inquiry.
HOP CONTRACT AT 12c
Lanhmund Picking TJp Lots at McMmnvllle
at New Figure.
McMinnvllle, Or.. July 10, A contract
was filed for record here within the past
few days wherein Lachmund A Co. pur
chased 15,000 pounds of this year's hop of
R. W. Hannlng at 12c. Harry Hart of
Portland has Just purchased two or three
lots of 1806 hops in this vicinity. John
Heeketts was one of the lots, the price
being 6 cents.
Cascarm Falling Off In Supply.
Peeling of cascara bark Is not being done
to the extent It wss last year, with the re
sult the market price has advanced about
a cent a pound. The demand in the East
Is of moderate proportions, there being no
particular activity. Price offered here is
66Hc per pound- This market draws its
supplies largely from the 'counties of Tilla
mook, Coos and the western end of Doug
las. Considerable bark is also sent here
from the coast counties of Washington.
Bank clearings of the leading cities of the
Northwest yesterday were:
- Clearings. Balances.
Portland ... Il.l:t7.4SS.BT S u7.fc3S.53
Seattle .. l,S:,431.0O 23:S55.0O
Tacoma 920.541.o0 81.9SD.O0
Spokane ... 8U2.011.00 8o.711.00
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
MILLSTUFFS Bran, city $17, country
$18 per ton; middlings, $24.50(925.50; shorts,
city $18, country $20 per ton: chop, $159
16 per ton.
WHEAT (New crop) Club, 80c; blue
stem, 82c; Valley, 80c; red, 78c.
OATS Producers' prices: No. 1 white,
$25 (new crop): gray, nominal.
FLOUR Patent. $4.80; straight, $4.25;
clears. $4.25; Valley, $4.304.40,; graham
flour, $434.50; whole wheat flour, $4.25j?
BARLEY Producers prices: Feed, $21.50
P22 per ton; brewing, nominal; rolled.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream, 90
pound sacks, $7; lower grades, $5.50 6.50;
oatmeal, steel-cut, 45-pound sacks, $8 pr
barrel; 8-pound sacks, $4.25 per bale; oat
meal (ground), 45-pound sacks, $7.50 per
barrel; 9-pound sacks, $4 per bale; split
peas,, per 100 pounds. $4.254.80; pearl bar
ley, $44.50 per 100 pounds; pastry flour,
10-pound sacks, $2.30 per bale.
CORN Whole. $2S; cracked, $28 per ton.
HAY Valley timothy. No. 1. $17 18 per
ton; Eastern Oregon timothy, $2123;
clover, $9; cheat, $910; grain hay, S9&10;
Provisions and Canned Meats.
BACON Fancy breakfast, 22c pound;
standard breakfast. lOHc; choice. .184c;
English, 11 to 14 pounds. 16c; peach, 15 He.
HAMS 10 to 11 pounds, 1614c pound; 14
to- 16 pounds, 16c; 18 to 20 pounds, 16c;
picnics, 12c; cottage, 124c; shoulders, 12o;
SAUSAGE Bologna, long, 8c; links, 7Hc
BARRELED COODS Pork, barrels. $20;
half-barrels, $11; beef, barrels, $10; half
DRY SALT CURED Regular short clears,
dry salt, 12c; smc:ed, 13c; clear backs, dry
salt. 12c; smoked, 13c; clear bellies, 14 to 17
pounds average, dry salt, none; smoked,
none; Oregon exports, dry salt, 13c; smoked,
. LARD Kettle rendered: Tierces, 12ttc;
tubs, 12ic; 50s. 12"c; 20c. 12'Ac: 10s.
1314c; 5s, 13"4c. Etandard pure: Tierces,
1114c; tubs. ll"4e: 60s. HVc; 20c, 1194o;
10s. 12c; 5s. 12 He. Compound: Tierces,
814c; tubs, 8 lie; 50s, 914c; 10s, 10c; as,
Vegetables, Fruits, Etc.
DOMESTIC FRUITS Cherries, 812tte
per pound; apples, $1.502.25 per box.
Spitzerbergs, $3.50 per box; cantaloupes,
$2.5033.50 per crate: peaches. 60 $1.25 per
crate; raspberries. $1.251.50; blackberries.
57c per pound; loganberries. $1 per
crate; prunes. $1.501.75 per crate; water
melons, lVil"4c per pound: plums, $1.50i")
1.63 per box; pears, $2.25; apricots, $1.502
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons. $5T per
box; oranges, sweets. $3.25&3.50; Valencies,
$3.754.0O; grape-fruit, $2.508.60; ba
nanas. 5c per pound, crated 614 c
ROOT VEGETABLES Turnips. $1.75 per
sack; carrots, $2 per sack; beets, $2 per
sack; garlic, 8c per pound.
FRESH VEGETABLES Artichockes, 60
75c per dozen: asparagus, 10c per pound;
beans, nominal, S'giSc; cabbage, 2Hc per
pound; celery, $1.25 per dozen; corn, 25 33c
per dozen: cucumbers, 50c$l per box; egg
plant, lOo pound; lettuce, head, 25c per
dozen: lettuce, hothouse. $1.50 per box;
onions. 15 20c per dozen; parsley, 20c per
dozen; peas, 45c per pound; peppers, bell,
1214 15c per pound; radishes, 20o per
dozen; rhubarb, , 314c per pound; spinach,
6c per pound; squash, BOc&tl per box;
tomatoes. $1 if $1.25 per crate, hothouse
.2.50; sweet potatoes. 7c per pound.
ONIONS Walla Walla, $2.28 per cwt
DRIED FRUITS Apples, 8814o pound;
apricots. 1619c; peaches. ll13c; pears,
1114 4 14c: Italian prunes. 2H6c; Califor
nia figs, white, in sacks, I(ff6Vjc per pound;
black, 414 5c; bricks, 75c$2.25 per box;
Smyrna, 1814 20o pound; dates, Persian,
614 (& 7c pound.
POTATOES New, 114 2e per pound.
Hops. Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 6714c per pound, according to
WOOL Eastern Oregon, average best. 16
ST22c per pound, according to shrinkage;
Valley, 2022c, according to fineness.
MOHAIR Choice, 2930c per pound.
CASCARA BARK Old. less than car lota,
6SHe: car lots. 6c; new. 80614c pound.
HIDES Dry. No. 1. 16 pounds and up. 18e
per pound; dry kip. No. 1, 5 to 15 pounds, 15
16c per pound; dry calf, No. 1, under 5
pounds, 20c; dry salted, bulls and stags,
one-third less than dry flint; culls, moth
eaten, badly cut, scored, murrain, halr
sllpped. weather-beaten or grubby, 23e
per pound less; salted steers, sound, 6u
pounds and over, 8c pound ; steers, sound.
BO to 60 pounds, 89c pound; steers, sound,
under 50 pounds, and cows. 89c pound;
stags and bulls, sound, 514 6c pound; kip,
sound, 15 to 30 pounds, 8p9c pound; veal,
sound, under 10 pounds, 11c; calf, sound,
under 10 pounds. ll12c pound; green (un
salted), lo pound less; culls, lc pound less;
sheepskins, shearings. No. 1 butchers' stock,
25 30c each; short wool. No. 1, butchers'
stock. 50 00c each: medium wool. No. 1
butchers' stock, $1.251.60 each: murrain
pelts, from 10 to 20 per cent less, or 13 14c
pound: horse hides, salted, accardlng to
size. $2 2.50 each; hides, dry. according
to size. $11.50 each; colts' hides, 20550c
each; goatskins, common, 15 25c each;
goatskins. Angora, with wool on, 30c$1.50
FURS Bearskins, as to size. No. 1, $8
20 each: cubs, $13 each; badger, prime, 25
if 50c each; cat, wild, with head perfect,
8050e: cat, house, 8ft 20c; fox, common
gray, large prime. 60 j? 70c each; red, $3 5
each; cross, $515 each; sliver and black,
$1OO(?f300 each: fishers, $58 each; lynx,
$4.50 6 each; mink, strictly No. 1, accord
ing to size, $13 each: marten, dark north
ern, according to size and color, $10 15
each; pale, pine, according to size and
color, $2.504 each; muskrat, large, 1215o
each; skunk, 3040c each; civet or pole
cat, 515c each; otter, for large, prime
skins, $610 each: panther, with head and
claws perfect, $2 5 each; raccoon, for
prime, large, CO 75c each: wolf, mountain,
with head perfect, $3.505 each; prairie
tcoyote), 60c$l each; wolverine, . $68
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1, 614e; South
ern Japan, 6.10c; head, 7c
COFFEE Mocha. 2428c; Java, ordinary,
17 20c; Costa Rica, fancy, 1820o; good, 1
18c; ordinary, 1216c per pound. Columbia
roast, cases, 100s, $14.50; 50s, $14.75; Ar
buckle. $16.50; Lion, $15.75.
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound tails,
$1.75 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; 1
pound flats, $1.10: Alaska, pink. 1-pound
talis. 85c; red. 1-pound tails, $1.25; sockeyes,
1-pound tails, $1.70.
SUGAR Sack basis, 100 pounds, cube,
$6.1214; powdered. $6.0214; granulated.
$5.8714: extra C. $5.6714; golden C. $5.2714;
fruit sugar. $5 8714; berry, $5.87V4; XXX.
$5.7714. Advance sales over sack basis aa
follows: Barrels. 10c: 14 barrels, 25c: boxes.
50c per 100 pounds. Terms: On remittances
within 15 days deduct 4c per pound; If
later than 15 days and within 30 days, de
duct 14c; boot sugar. $5.7714 per 100 pounds;
maple sugar, 15 18c per pound.
NUTS Walnuts. 1614 20c. per pound by
sack; Brazil nuts, 19c; filberts, 16c; pecans.
Jumbos, 23c; extra large, 21c; almonds. 18
20c; chestnuts, Ohio. 1714c; Italian, 14149
15c; peanuts, raw, 64 84c par pound;
roasted, 10c: pinenuts. 1012c; hickory
nuts. 10c; cocoanuts, 8590c per dosen.
SALT Granulated, $14 per ton; $2 per
bale; half ground, 100s, $10.50 per ton; 60s.
$11 per ton.
BEANS Small white. 84e; large white,
8c; pink, Stc: bayou, 8 He; Lima. 514c; Mexi
cans, red, 4c.
HONEY Fancy. $3.25.50 per box.
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Etc.
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
ery, 80o per pound. State creameries: Fan
cy creamery, 2714 30e; store, butter, 19
CHEESE Oregon full cream twins. 1814
16c; Young America. -1814 17c per pound.
POULTRY Average old hens, 1214 13c;
mixed chickens, 121c; Spring chickens. 15
16c; old roosters. 88c; dressed chickens,
1617c; turkeys, live, 1215c; turkeys,
dressed, choice, nominal; geese,' live, per
pound, 8llc: ducks, 8 14c; pigeons, $1
1.50; squabs. $23.
EGGS Fresh ranch, candled, 2222!io
St. Louia Woof Market.
ST. LOUIS, July 29. Wool, steady. Ter
ritory and Western medium, 21 26c; fine
medium, 22 23c; heavy fine, 1719o-
NO LIFE IN STOCKS
Extremely Dull Day on New
BROKERS ARE ALL AT SEA
Many Influences Tend to Create
More Conservative Feeling .
Than Is Customary in Wall
a Street Operations.
NEW TORK, July 29. There was little
disposition either to advance or to lower
prices of stocks for most of the session to
day, and the market was an excessively dull
affair. The indisposition to advance left the
market vulnerable to a dead weight and
caused the sagging tendency, which led to the
sharp break in the final hour.
The course of the trading was the further
outgrowth of the tendencies developed since
the speculation in the Harrlman stocks was
checked last week. With the perception that
the leaders' tip of thla group in a speculative
movement was not to be forthcoming for the
present, any considerable operations for an
advance have been abandoned.
It was obvious also that the uncertainties
of the money outlook bore heavily on sen
timent. The Saturday bank statement was
partly responsible with its showing of the
equal pace with which credit expansions
were keeping up with the reserve Increase,
in spite of the imminent need of the crop
moving demands. - .
The resumption of the gold export movement
to France confirmed the expectation of the
latter part of last week, "but It was none the
lew Impressive of the manifested demands
for banking reserves. Still more Impressive
was the scramble which occurred for the $5,
000,000 of bar gold available In the Londan
market. The urgent competition ran the price
up llsd and took all but $1,600,000 against
the efforts of the Bank of England.
In London, financial critics are combining
In warning the banking world there of the
danger of another rise in the Bank of Eng
land rate to 6 per cent this Fall, and of the
humiliation it would be to have to appeal to
the Bank of France for relief as was done
Another break in the price of copper was
an unsettling influence of the day. Opinion
la prepared for a record quarterly showing of
earnings by the United States Steel Cor
poration to be presented tomorrow. But no
decreased dividend is looked for. and the ef
fect on market sentiment is expected to be
Reports of rust in Spring wheat sections
had some influence on the market.
The call money market felt the Influence of
the growing demand upon banking bouses, and
the rise in the call loan rate contributed to
late weakness of the stock markets.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par value,
$840,000. United States bonds were quiet.
CLOSING 8TOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Adams' Express.... 150
Amal. Copper .... 39,000 80 SS14 89
Am. Car & Foun. 1.200 43., 4314 43
do preferred .... 300 luo 10U 100
Am. Cotton Oil. . 8,600 . 861a 35 3i
do preferred ..... 85
American Express 210
Am. HI A Lt. pf. 700 2014 20 20
American Ice 68
Am. Linseed Oil
do preferred 22
Am. Locomotive.. 500 6814 68 57
do preferred . -. 104
Am. Smelt. & Ref. 10,400 11814 H H
do preferred 106
Am. Sugar Ref... 400 122 12214 12114
Am. Tobacco ctfs. 85
Anaconda Mln. Co. 4,300 57" 56 56
Atchison 8.6O0 941, 8214 92
do preferred 1,700 93 !i 9314 93
Atl. Coast Line.. 100 87iJ 9714 9614
Bait. Ohio 1,600 89 98 9S
do preferred -. . 86
Brook. Rap. Tran. 8,900 6S 67 67
Canadian Pacific. 2,0o0 17714 178 176
Central of 'X. J..' " 175
Ches. A Ohio 2,400 86 85 85
Chi. Gt. Western. 112
Chicago A N. W.. 700 151 149 14814
C, M. A St. P.. 12,900 13514 133 13314
Chi. Ter. & Tran 5
do preferred ..... ..... 15
C, C, C. A St. L 68
Colo. Fuel A Iron 1,200 83 31H SH4
Colo. A Southern. 2,700 27 261a 26
do 1st preferred. 1.C0O 60 6714 59
do 2d preferred.. 3no z48s 46 4514
Consolidated Gas.. 600 121', 119 1191s
Corn Products 1714
do preferred 72 4
Del. A Hudson... 100 172 172 17014
Del., Lack. A Wes 46S
D. A R. Grande.. 600 28 2714 27
do preferred . 70
Distillers' Securi. 200 68 68 65
Brie 14,800 23 22T4 221fc
do 1st preferred. 600 591j 69 69
do 2d preferred.. 8o0 4114 41 4114
General Electric... 20 139 138 139
Illinois Central 144 144 14314
Int. Paper - 14 14 1414
do preferred . 7114 7114
Int. Pump 24
do preferred 70
Iowa Central 17
do preferred ..... .. 381,
K. C. Southern.... 2
Louis. A Nash -. 114Lg
Mexican Central 20!t
Minn, x &t. Li l
M.,St.P. A S.S. M 104
do preferred 6O0 138 187 135
Missouri Pacific 1,000 77 76 76
Mo., Kan. & Texas 14,600 4014 88 3
do preferred .... 900 67 74 61 14 66
National Lead .... 100 61 61 604
Mex. Nat. Ry, .pf 601,
N. Y. Central 8,000 11S 111 111
N.Y., Ont. A Wes. 100 36V4 3614 39
do preferred 80
North American 6814
Nor. A West 700 76 7414 7414
Pacific Mail 900 29 2S 27
Pennsylvania 9..VI0 124 123 1224
People's Gas 800 9114 8114 911s
P.. C. C. A St. L. 68
Pressed Steel Car 8414
do preferred 100 8214 9214 91
Pullman Pal, Car 162
Reading 82.700 10714 104 lo4
do 1st preferred. 300 8114 81 SI
do 2d preferred 78
Republic Steel ... 600 28 '4 s28 2714
do preferred .... 100 84 84 83
Rock Island Co... 1,000 2214 21 21
do preferred 800 47 4714 47
St.L. A S. F. 3 pf. 1.000 8814 87 87
St. L. South wes... 400 2114 20 H 20
do preferred 61
Southern Pacific . 46.300 81' 8014 89
do preferred 100 11214 11214 11214
Southern Railway.. S.0O0 20 1914 1914
do preferred . ... ' 300 63 6214 6214
Tenn. Coal A Iron 100 . 140 140 140
Texas A Pacific. 3,200 8 2 31 30
Tol.,St. L. A Wes. 2O0 2 26 26
do preferred .... 800 60 49 4914
Union Faclfic ..... 89.800 146 14314 143'4
do preferred 100 S3 14 8314 8'V4
U. S. Express 108
U. S. Realty 63
U. S. Rubber 100 36 36 3514
do preferred 100 98 98 U7K
U. 6. Steel Sl.700 37 3614 3614
ao preierrea a. aw iixha joo1 100
Va.-Caro. Chem 1,600 2714 2614 28
do preferred 101
Wabash - 1314
do preferred ..... ..... 25
Wells-Fargo Ex 280
Weetlnghouse Else 14414
Western Union 77
Wheel. A L. Erie IH4
Wisconsin Central 17
do preferred ..... 4014
Central Leather... 100 23 23 23
do preferred 200 8214 8214 9214
Northern Pacific.. 18.000 138 188 183
Gt. Northern pf... 5.300 187 135 134
Int. Metal 200 1614 1514 15H
do preferred 44
Sloss-Sheffleld 600 67 6614 5614
Total sales for the day, 460,000 shares.
NEW TORK, July 29. Closing quotations:
U. S. ref. 2s reg.l05D. A R. G. 4s.. 83141
do coupon .... 105 I N. Y. C. G. 814s 80
TJ. S. Ss reg 10214, North, pac. 3s... 71
do coupon. ... 103 14 1 South. Pac. 4a.. 87
U. S. new 4a reg. 127 14 Union Pac 4S...1O0
d ocoupon. ... 128 Jap. 414s 8014
Atchison adj. 4s 83 do 6s 82 44
Money, Exchange, Eta.
8 AN FRANCISCO, July 29 Silver bare,
. Mexican dollars, 52e.
Drafts Sight, 10 per cent; telegraph, 124
Sterling on London, 80 days, $4.8414: sight,
NEW TORK. July 28. Money on call, 214
8 per cent; time loans, firm: 60 days. 41
414 Per cent; 80 days, 5 per cent; six months.
S per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 51,56
per cent. &terling ' exchange, steady, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.8720
4.8725 for demand and at $4.83803 4 8395 for
60-day bills. Commercial bills, $4.834.SS.
Bar silver, 69c.
Mexican dollars, 64c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
XNDON, July 29. Bar silver, 31 6-16d per
Money, 214 per cent.
Short time bills, 3V3; 3 months' bills,
8 9-163. .
Stocks at London.
LONDON, July 29. Consols for money,
82 1-16; do for account, 81 11-18.
11:n. Y. Central. . .11614
79 iNorfolk A West. 77 Vj
9614 do preferred.. 86
10 !! Ontario A West. 37
sa!t. 6c unio.
Canadian Pac. . 181 ! (Pennsylvania ... 63
Ches. & Ohio... 3614 Rand Mines 5
Chi. Gt. West.. UiKead!ng 55
Chi., .M. A S. P.139 Southern Ry 20
De Beers 23 do preferred.. US
D. A R. G 29 (Southern Pacific 93
do preferred.. 7314iL'nion Pacific. .. 150 '4
Erie 24 I do preferred. . 90
do 1st pref... 6114 U. S. Steel 38
do 2d pref... 43 do preferred. .1031s
Grand Trunk .. 28jWabash . 14 Is
Illinois Central. 148 do preferred.. 25
Louis'. A Nash. .123 n! Spanish Fours.. 1)2
Mo., K. t I 40141
WASHINGTON. July 29. Today's state
ment of the Treasury balances in the general
Available cash balsnces -...$240,206,857
Gold coin and bullion 63.75o.69S
Gold certificates 78.597,260
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Prices Current Locally on Cattle, Sheep nd
The following prices were quoted in the
local market yesterday:
CATTLE Best steers. $3.8&4; medium.
$3.258.50; cows, $3; fair to medium cows,
$2.&02.75; bulls, $22.&0; calves. $46.
SHEEP Good sheared, $44.2&; lambs,
HOGS Beet, $8.65e.$S; lights, fats and
Eastern Livestock Prices.
CHICAGO, July 29. Cattle Receipts, 23.
000. Market steady -to strong. Beeves, $4.40
7.80; cows, $1.405.20; heifers, $2.40
6.40; calves. $5.50 7.25; good to prime
steers, $5.707.30; poor to medium. $4.40
5.65; stockers and feeders, $2.60 1.90.
Hogs Receipts, 33.000; market lOo high
er. Light, $6.156.55; mixed, $0.05 6.50;
heavy, $5.606.35; rough. $5.605.85; pigs,
$5.S56.40; good to choice heavy, $6.25
6.35; bulk. $6.156.40.
Sheep Receipts, 20.000. Market steady.
Native and Western, $3.50 5.75; yearlings,
$6.006.65; lambs aud western, $3.50 7.30.
KANSAS CITT. July 28. Cattle Re
ceipts, 12,000. Market steady. Native steers,
$5.00 5.70; native cows and heifers, $2.25
5.75; bulls, $3.000 6 00; calves, $3.50 6.00;
Western steers, $4.255-.80; Western cows,
$2. 25 4. 25.
Hogs Receipts, 8000. Market 510c high
er. Heavy, $6.056.25; packers, $6.056.35;
pigs and lights, $6.206.35.
Sheep Receipts. 4000. Market , steady.
Muttons, $5.256.00; lambs, $6.757.40;
range wethers, $5.00 6.25; fed ewes, $4.25
SOUTH OMAHA, July 29. Cattle Re
ceipts 8000. Best steady, others lower. Na
tive steers, $4.40 7.00; cows and heifers,
$2.75 6.00; Western steers, $3.055.40;
stockers and feeders, $2.75S5.10; calves,
$8.005.60; bulls, stags, etc., $2.005.50.
Hogs Receipts, 6300. Market 6 10c high
er. Heavy, $3.50 6.10; mixed. $B.uoS)o.ua;
light. $8.106.25; pigs, $5.506.00.
Sheep Receipts, 2500. Market 10 15c
higher. Yearlings, $5.406.10; wethers, $5.00
5.60; ewes, $4.50 5.40; lambs, $6.&07.60.
QUOTATIONS AT BAN FRANCISCO.
Prices Paid for Products in the Bay City
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29. The following
prices were quoted in the produce market yes
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 4050c; uarllo,
S4C; green peas, l2c; beans, 2 214c;
asparagus, 6 8c; tomatoes, SOc; egg plant,
r RUIT Apples', choice, $1.40; common. 85c;
bananas, $12; Mexican limes. $4; California
lemons, choice, $5; common, $2; Granges,
naveis. $45; pineapples, $1.503.'5.
POULTRY Roosters, old, $44.&C-. young,
$6.60v; broilers, small, $2.603; fryeru, $4
&; hens. $4.&07.&0; ducks, old, $3.au4.60;
ducks, young, $5oo.
BUTTER -Fancy creamery, 28c; creamery
seconds, 24c: fancy dairy, 28c; dairy seconds,
23c; pickled. 22u.23c.
EGGS Store. 1925c; fancy ranch, 294c;
CHEESE Young America, 16c; Eastern,
WOOL Spring Humboldt and Mendocino,
2328c: Nevada, 15181c
HOPS Old, 6147l4c; new, BHlHic
MILLS TUFFS Bran, $1022; middlings, $27
HAT Wheat, $1620; wheat and oats, $13
618; alfalfa. $17 13; stock, $S9; straw,
per bale, 7O90c.
POTATOES Early Rose, $1.251.75; new,
RECEIPTS Flour, 8778 quarter iscky
wheat, 2420 centals; barley, 2180 centals; oata,
485 centals; beans, 1140 sacks; corn. 62 cen
tals; potatoes. 1335 sacks; bran, 305 sacks;
middlings, 145 sacks; hay, 1527 tons; wool,
Eastern Mining Stocks.
BOSTON, July 29.
Adventure . .
Atlantic . . .
. 100. 00
ITamarack . .
I United Cop..
U. S. Mining
U. S. Oil
cal. et Aria..
;Arlx. coml. ..
Cal. & Hoc la.
Mont. c. A C.
NEW TORK, July 29. Closing quotations-
. . 9
. . 20
I Little Chief .... 6
Sierra Nevada. . 33
1 Standard 150
iSmall Hopes.... 25
Comstock Tun.. 29
Con. Cal. A Vs.. 60
Horn Silver 160
Iron Sliver 225
Leadvllle Con... 9
Metals East and Abroad.
NEW YORK, July 29. There was quite a
sharp decline in the London tin market,
with spot closing prices 2 12s 2d lower at
181 10s. and futures 2 10s lower at 180 5s.
Locally the market was weak and lower In
sympathy, closing at 39.80 40c for spot.
Copper also declined in the London mar
ket, with spot closing at 90 and futures at
84 15s. Locally the market was weak, with
lake quoted at 20.50 21.50c, electrolytic 20
20.50c and casting at 19.60 20c.
Lead was unchanged at 6.15 5. 25c In the
local market, but 5s lower at 18 16s In
Spelter declined 7s 8d to 23 6s in the
London market, and was also lower locally
Iron was lower in the English market,
with standard foundry quoted at 66s and
Cleveland warrants at 67a Locally the mar
ket was unchanged.
Dried Fruits In New York.
The market for evaporated apples la quiet,
but holders appear confident and prices are
firm. Fancy, 814ei4c; prime, 7H8o: poor
to fair. 6 7 14 c
Prunes are In light Jobbing demand. Spot,
from 414 to 1214c for California and from
5 to 80 for Oregon prunes up to 80s and
Apricots are unchanged, with choice quoted
at 21c: extra choice, 22c and fancy, 22 23c.
Peaches are quiet; prices steadily held.
Choice, 12c; extra choice, 121413c; fancy,
1314c: extra fancy, 1417o.
Raisins are firm in tone, with loose Mus
catels quoted at 810c; seeded ralslne, 714
13c; London layers, $1.751.85.
Gold Exporting Resumed.
NEW YORK, July 28. The gold export
ing movement was resumed today with the
engagement of $500,000 by Kissel, Klnnl
cutt A Co., to be shipped to Paris on the
Kaiser Wllhelm tomorrow.
AFFECT BOTH SIDES
Wheat Traders Receive All
Kinds of Reports.
BEARS FINALLY WIN OUT
Good Weather Played Against Rust
and Weak Minneapolis Market
Has Better of Strong Liver
pool Cables Corn Firm.
CHICAGO, July 29. The excellent weather
report received from the Spring wheat coun
try resulted In lower prices for wheat on the
Minneapolis curb and caused the local market
today to open weak. On the decline, commis
sion houses became active bidders, because of
higher prices at Liverpool, wet weather In
Kansas and reports of black rust In South
Dakota. This feeling sent prices up more
than to above' opening figures. Pit traders,
however, continued to sell freely, because of
the weakness at Minneapolis, which seemed
to discredit the black rust stories. During
the remainder of the session sentiment wss
bearish and in the last half hour the market
became decidedly weak. The close was weak
and the lowest of the day. September
opened 14 to T4o lower at 8214 to 82 "14c, ad
vanced to 8314c and then declined to 824a,
where it closed.
The corn market was, weak at the opening,
because of favorable weather for the crop and
because of the break In the wheat market,
which- caused a firmer tone In corn and dur
ing the remainder of the day the market was
firm. September opened 14914 to 14
lower, at 53146314c, advanced to 53 o and
closed at 5514c.
Oats were strong on liberal buying by bnlls
and free covering by shorts. Northwestern
reports were of a more serious character than
heretofore, one expert saying that the Minne
sota crop would be almost a total failure.
September opened unchanged to 14c lower at
89 to 3914c and advanced to 40c, closing at
Trading in provisions wss quiet and the
market was firm, because of higher prices for
live hogs. At the close September pork was
off 214c lard was up 2V4o and ribs were un
Leading futuree ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Closed.
July $ .9114 $ .91 H -9014 -90V4-
September ... .92 Vs .93 "4 .92 $4 .82 V
December ... .86 .97 -98 .96
May ,,. 1.011? 1.0214 1.00J4 1.00
July 6414 014 -t'ty
September .6314 .6Ta .834 .5.1 IS
December ... .49T4 .50Vi .40 .49X4
May 1 .51)4 -51 !4 -51 -61 V4
July 4514 -46T4 .4614 -46
September ... .391 .40 .39 .39i
December ... .3014 .40 .39 .39'i
May . .4114 .41 .4214
July 16.55 16.55 18.4T4 16-47J4
September ... 9.2714 9.2714 8.25 82714
October 9.35 8.35 8.35 8.3214
September ... 8.7714 8.7714 8.75 8.75
October 8.70 8.78 8.6714 8-67V4
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring, 88c$1.00; No. 5, 949
89c; No. 2 red, 9014814.
Corn No. 2, 54 1 6-54 14; No. S yellow, 64
Oats No. 2, 45445; No. 8 white, 4414
Rye No. 2. 86c.
Barley Good feeding. 6558; fair to choice
Flax seed No. 1 Northwestern. $1.2014. .
Timothy seed Prime $4.65.
Clover Contract grades. $16.60.
Short.Rlbs Sides (loose) $8.62!4$8.T5.
Pork Mess; per bbl., $16.35$16.40.
Lard Per 100 lbs., $9.10.
Sides Short clear, (boxed) $8.87la'i.1214.
Whiskey Basis' of high wines, $1.81.
Flour, bbls 16,3oO 9.800
Wheat, bu 84.200 24.400
Corn, bu.... 19s. 200 6KJ00
Oats, bu 123,000 256,600
Rye. bu 3.000 2,0(0
Barley, bu 2,200 2,200
- New York Grain Market.
NEW YORK. July 29 Flour Receipts,
16.100 barrels; exports, 8800 barrels. More
active, chiefly for Winter.
Wheat Receipts, 49,000. bushels; exports,
172.188 bushels. Spot, steady. No. 2 red,
86c ele-ator and 98o f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 Northern, Duluth, $1.09 f. o. b. afloat; No. 2
hard Winter, 89c f. o. b. afloat.
Although wheat opened Ho lower, lt quickly
recovered and was very strong at times on
further complaints of black rust In the North
west. Subsequent realizing turned the market
weak again and lt closed 34 file net lower.
July closed at 97e, September 89 lie Decam
eter 89!499T4c and May $1.0814.
Wool and Hops Quiet,
Sugar Raw, firm. Fair refining, f..8T145
8.4314c; centrifugal, 96 test, 3.8340; molasses
sugar, 8.12!43.184c Refined, steay.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 28 Wheat and
Spot quotations: Wheat Shipping, $1,459
1.50; milling, $1.57141-6714.
Barley Feed, $1.251.2T44 ; brewing,
$1 2714 132 14-
Oats Red. $1.451.75; white, $1.80 1.70;
Flour California family extras, $5 209
5 70; bakers' extras, $5 205-45; Oregon
and Washington, $4.905.2O.
Call board sales: Barley December,
Corn Large yellow, $1.4714 1.5214.
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW TORK, July 29. The visible supply
of grain Saturday, July 27, as compiled by
the New Tors: Produce Exchange, was as fol
Wheat .. .46,829.000 1,930,000
Corn 7,968.000 1,031,000
Oats 8,559.000 109.000
Rye 619.000 35.000
Barley 638.000 8,217,000
Wheat In Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL, July 28. September. T
Slid; December, 7s 4 fed.
Wheat at Tscsma,
TACOMA, July 29 Wheat Unchanged;
bluestem. 85c; club, 83c; red, 81c
New York Cotton Futures.
NEW YORK, July 29. Cotton future
closed barely steady. July, 11.55c; August,
11.48c; September, 11.44e; October, 11.75c;
November, 11.78e; December, 11.84c; Janu
ary, 11. 42c; February, 11.85c; March, 12.04o;
Open. High. Low. Close.
January 11.86 12.07 ' 11.86 11.9a
March 11.98 12.14 11.96 12.00
May ...12.04 12.21 12.04 12.09
June . .... .... ....
July 11.60 11.80 11.56 11.5B
August 11.42 11.60 11.88 11.4a
September . ...11.45 11.63 dl.45 11.44
October 11.74 11.92 11.71 11.75
November 11-73 11.73 11.73 11.78
December 11 81 12.00 11.79 11.84
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, July 29. Coffee futures
closed quiet, net unchanged to 10 points
lower. Sales. 8750 bags. Including Septem
ber, $5.75; December. $5.75; March, $5.89.
Spot coffee quiet; No. T Rto, 14c; Santos
No. 4, 7Hc. Mild coffee quiet; Cordova,
Sugar Raw firm; fair refining. 8.87H0
8-4314c; centrifugal, '96 test, 3.9314c; mo
lasses j sugar, 3 1214 3.18 He. Refined
steady. Confectioners' A. 4S0c; cut loaf.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN
Bought and sola fsr cash nod asm maxeta.
Private Wires ROOM 4. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Phone Main 37
5.70c: crushed. 5.70c: po'wdered, 5.10c; gran
ulated, 5c; cubes, &.2jc.
Eastern Dairy Products.
ELGIN, 111., July 29. Butter was firm to
day at 24c, a decline of Is. The output for
the week was 891.000 pounds.
CHICAGO, July 29. Butter, jteady.
Creamery, 21 24c; dairy, 18 14 2214c. Eggs,
steady, at mark, cases Included, 13 15c,
Cheese steady, 12131c.
NEW YORK, July 29. Butter, weak.
Western factory, common to firsts, 172lc;
Western imitation creamery firsts, 2122'
Eggs, steady. Western selected firsts, 18
London Hop Quotations.
LIVERPOOL, July 29. Hops at London,
Pacific Coast steady, 12 10s 3 os Sd.
AT THE HOTELS.
The Portland A. J. Haffner, Denver; J.
S. Cohen, bl. Paul; Miss W. Deweile, Reese
Dewelle. Los Angeles; M. J. Thompson, St.
Paul; R. A. Peters and wife. Miss L. L.
Peters, Louisville, Ky. ; W. D. Wood. Seat
tle; J. May. Walla Walla; S. O. Wlnozed.
Cincinnati; S. B. Novak, Chicago; J. V.
Pohilnor and wife, Spokane; Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Johnston, A. D. Land, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Parker, Schenectady,
N. Y. ; J. E. Huber. M. McKelvy, Flndlay,
Ohio; F. B. Thorne, New York; G. Most
and wife, Chicago; P. E. Kingsbury, C. P.
Woodbury, Boston; V. McLaugdale, New
York; M. P. Andrlm, San Francisco; J. B.
House, Mlnred, Ohio; L. Catfood, Tucson;
Mrs. J. E. Speer, Miss E. Speer, Pasadena;
J. M. McDevitt, San Francisco; A. Handley,
Seattle; J. B. Miller. A. S. White, New
York; P. S. Tyler, Portland; P. M. Assure,
Carut, 111.; A. S White, Seattle; B. L.
Heed, Bend; D. Major and son, Lincoln;
Edna M. Major, Butler; L. Dabourch, Chi
cago; Charles Mills. San Francisco; J. C. M.
Chain, Salt Lake City; W. E. Micher, Chi
cago; G. B. tiyles, Omaha; R. T. Louise,
C. H. Clnnes, New York; J. Carey, Silver
ton; J. L. Cochran, Charlottesville, Va. ; T.
J. Harper, Washllo; C. P. Cooper and wife,
St. Louis; A. V. Van Ness. San Francisco;
S. Ferst, 8an Francisco; F. M. Sampson,
Butte, Mont.; J. M. MacGregor. Jubo
Falls; J. Bee and wife. San Francisco; Mrs.
H. L. Thompson, Gilbert Springs. Md.; A.
P. Bitrer, Washington, D. C. : C. C. Vernon
and wife, Nashville. Tenn.; D. O. McKay,
San Francisco; C. B. Stetson. Memphis; M.
T. Miller, Philadelphia; A. O. Haywood,
Columbus. Ohio; Miss Ella Coe. Baker City;
F. C. Hager. Johnstown; F. W. Connolly,
Seattle; J. B. Keer, Portland; G. C. Ful
ton, Astoria; G. W. Gibbon, . Miss M. Gib
bon. Toronto; E. M. Etam and wife, San
Francisco; Ed Teilett and wife, Lalton
Falls, Minn; H. C. Biason. Portland; D. J.
Parker, C. T. Wllklns. Detroit, Mich.; Job
Manson, New York; F. D. Calhoun, St.
Clair, Wis.; J. M. Atterand, Mrs. J. M.
Atterand, San Francisco.
The Perkins Captain McDonald, Monte
rey; Mrs. Wilson, At. at. SIDets. junction
City; W. J. Harrod. H. C. Holt, Seattle;
J. W.. Lowry, E. Paulson, Chicago; F. 11.
Wlnship. St. Paul: W. A. Cox, city; C. A.
Brooks. Seattle; D. A. Brewer, Chemawa;
Mrs. C. S. Juker, Miss Nina Thompson.
Carlton; H. C. Butz, Dallas: S. M. Martin,
Seattle; L. Donahoo, Moro; Hazel Donohoo,
Moro; Gertrude Whylark, Mrs. A. Gumble,
Fort Smith; Justine Engle, Beaver; C. W.
Carson, Denver; V. E. Blake, Fort Colllnsi
W. D. Mtxter, the World; A. J. Mlshler
and wife, Aurora; George Scott, Dallas;
Max Loeb, San Francisco; Mrs- C. O.
Breach, Boise, Idaho; Reuben H Booton, R.
Booton, Prineville; William Dunn and
family, WatervlUe'; Mrs. S. Brogan and
daughter. Antelope; Walton Skipworth. The
Dalles; Otto Peetz, Moro; E. F. Heath,
Grass Valley; J. M. Johnson, Grant's Pass;
T. A. Coleman. J. F. Frye, Bonaml; Mrs. E.
Schrader, Oregon City; H. G. Garln, city:
J. Owen. Portland; W. B. Sill. Minnie Sill,
Etliel Sill, Jessie Sill, Granville, 111.; Mrs.
Sumner, Duluth; John Moriarty, Portland;
J. T. Stoddard. Mrs. Stoddard. Helen Stoa-
ria.H TT -, Daplr. A R,,rnrarr V, npnilV,r :
Don Chase, Newberg; C. A. Moore, Baker
City; Charles Smith and wife. Kansas Cllyi
Mrs. Gilbert and daughter, Chicago; J. C.
Packlngham. Granville; W. L. fiegley. Storm
Lake; Mrs. W. 8. Yynn and mother, Den
ver; G. W. Malone, L. B. Hall and son,
Sandersvllle; A. Long and wife. La Grande;
T. L. Holmes, Ellensberg; James Moore,
Hood River; W. L. Burnett and wife. Baker;
J. H. Wescott and wife, Gaston; E. J.
Klenan, Washington: O- E- Quick and wife,
Buxon; F. E. Rowell, St. Louis; B. F. Wal
ling. Memphis; W. Welch, San Francisco;
L. C. Stephen. Manitoba; T. H. Aller, Con
dor: S. O. Herman, Falls City; G- D. Horner,
Grant's Pass; T. Conner and wife, Nahcot
ta; J. H. Lean and wife. Walla Walla; S. L.
The Imperial J. Waddy Tate and wife,
Dallas; Mrs. Ray Gilbert, Salem; J. S.
Deslllnger, Astoria; C. H. Fisher, Eugene
L. P. Desmarcus. Albany: E. F. Ceatonf
Eugene; W. S. Wade, Boise; A. R. Slentz,
Olympla; George V. Steed, Pan Francisco;
E. B. Mlchell. Stevenson; Will G. Gllstrop,
Eugene; Mrs-. Graves, G. Bozarth. George
W. Avrlll, Portland; George H. Garrow,
Coos Bay; G. W. Brown, Pendleton; A. M.
Groseclosa, Walla Walla; N. C. Evans and
daughters, G. H. Westgate. Hood River;
T. M. Stevenson and wife, Portland; W. D.
Moreland, Tacoma; J. C. Thatl, The Dalles;
H. G. Everett, Lebanon; J. Friedman. Chi
cago: C. M. Soderville, Glenwood; F. R.
Giertson. Tacoma: Charles Rankin and wife,
Kelso; A. Lindbland. Chicago; E. L. You
mans; J. M. Stevenson, Cascades; Charles
M. Hatfield, Paul A. Halpller, Los Angeles;
Mrs. H. O. Latourett, Pendleton; Mrs.
Charles Cleaser. Boise; Llna Dlbbelt. Pen
dleton; Mrs. G. 8. Hoisington, Pendleton;
Gerret Oielenberg, La Grand; Frank F.
Wagner and family, Boise; Elmer Beannard,
Heppner; W. H. Durham, Portland; Mlfs
Ruth Garnlch. Mlrs Belle Garnlch, Ash
land: Miss L. Richards. Spokane; Otto Kin
ney. St. Louis; M. D. Clifford. Baker City;
Ed Kiddle, Island City; E.E. Ferguson, The
The St. Charles si. Shetherly, P.
C. Chrlstensen, L. Crone, J. T.
Heldler, Portland: J. H. Clark, Mar
tin's Bluff: H. J. Hoover. Los Angeles; Mrs.
Z. T. Cole. Iva 8mlth. St. Johns, Or.; John
Gamer, Newburg, Or.; C. H. Russell, Stev
enson, wasn.; j. k. ivicAiusion. coring, kjt. ;
lnon Thompson. R. Thomson, H. Thomson,
Portland; M. M. Dillon. San Francisco; E.
Meresse, Salem; Mrs. E. 6.' Boatle, Clat
skanle; F. Mastell, Portland; Mrs. Jane
Bie.ien. Ablda Biosen, Chehalls, Wash: J. P.
Llnsh, Dawson, N. W. T. ; Claud Belmont;
J. T. Fecrlst; C. A. Douglas, The Dalles;
E. L. Williams, A. L. Robinson, Portland;
C. H. Hunt and wife. The Dalles; J. C. Had
ley. Vale, Or.; C. C. Sargent, The Dalles;
8. P. Hepler. Lexington. Wash; Mrs. J. H
Simmons, Woodland. Wash.; Mrs. C. R.
Zemmer and family. Sac Center, Wash.: F.
Downing, Stayton, Or. ; E. H. Rons, San
Mateo. Cal.: Mrs. J. N. Berry and daughter,
Rldgfleld. Wash.; C. J. Moore, Mount Pleas
ant, Wash.; Mrs. M. E. Stevens, Scappoose.
Or.: A. Jacobs, Estacada. Or.; G. B. Halght,
C. H. Bussell, Albany, Or.; M. D. Hender
son, Portland; E. M. Lee and wife, Kelso,
Wash.; N. Morton, M. Stacy, Astoria. Or.;
Mrs. J. O. LIbes, Mist. Or.; F. M. Mllsh,
Monroe. Wash.; G. Olson. Anna Domas. Oak
Point. Wash.; R. Clanfleld. Ballston. Wash.;
A. Mitchell, Fort Steel. Wyo. ; L. H. Nye,
Molalla, Or.; J. C. Axteli, Mrs. W. M. Ax
tell and daughter. Woodland, Wash.: C. E.
Whitman; J. B. Htmes and wife, Pendle
ton. Or.; E. B. Joy and wife, H. Byers. Os
born, Kas. ; C. Mansfield, Ridgefleld, Wash.;
A. M. Gray, Astoria. Or.; Mrs. C. J. Gibson
and children. G. M. Drinkard and wife. The
Dalles; M. Drlssoll. Spokane; J. H. Harris
and wife. J. C. Osamell, Drain. Or.; H.
Lyon. O. S. Lyon. Mist, Or.; Miss Mandle
Fleetwood, L. Fleetwood, Kelso, Wash.; A.
M. Kelly. Hood River, Or.; H. P. Deblsh.
The Lenox A. V. Hussey. city; I. M.
Smith. Everett, Wash.; G. W. Thompson
and wife. San Francisco; G. Pnalr and wife,
Seattle: R. G. Beery, Scappoose; John Allen,
Astoria; M. Caplan, Welser, Idaho; Robert
W. Black, Raymond, Wash.: Sam Hamtoa
and wife. San Francisco; J. M. Bruce,
Alexander Bruce, John Smith, Seattle; Nar
clssa Hameli, May Sticking. John Olln.
Valparaiso. Ind. ; Mrs. W. J. Bennett. St.
Paul. Minn.; Irene M. Adams, Mrs. A. F.
Adams, San Francisco; Nora Morton, Chi
cago; G. H. Walker, Redfield, S. D. ; Mary
Cornell Bristol, Mary J. Bristol, Anna Belle
Thomas, Chicago; R. L. Thompson, Red
field. S. D-: Charles Lalne and wife,
Seattle; Dr. R. F. Johnson and wife. Castle
rock; P. J- Laughlin. Mrs. p. J. Laughlln,
San Francisco; T. W. Girhurd, Redfield,
8. D. : F. W. Carter, Honolulu; H. V. Smltn,
Jr., and wife. Omaha; N. C. Barnum and
wife. Carlo, I1L; R. Cook, F. C. Collins,
Seattle; F. R. Paulson, Kansas City;
Mo.; F. E. Ransom; Frances L. Petit, Port
Huron, Mich.; Jessie McNamee, Mrs. James
W. McNamee, Greenfield, Ind.; Ruby Mc
Namee, Indianapolis, Ind.; Joseph F. Sich,
St. Cloud, Minn; H. E. Banks and wife.
Boston: I. J. Mandell, Milwaukee: Mrs de
Tenpeishoux. France; L. Paulson; Philip
Moore and wife. Lock Springs. Mo c A.
Armor and wife, L. C. Carr and wife. Green
River; Miss B. Hall, Mtss A. Hall Hot
Lake: F. A. Harrison. Kansas City, Mo.;
I L. Lewla and wife. 8eattle; I. R. Roberts,
Killing Many Bears N?ar Albuny.
ALBANY, Or., July 29. (Special.)-
More bears aro being- killed In the)
mountains of Eastern Linn County this
year than for muny years. Many
hunter who have gone into the moun
tains for deer have basged at least one
bear. Deer are reported scarce in some
localities, while in others hunters are
meeting with success.
Mayor Forbids Gambling.
KLAMATH FALLS, Or., July 29.
Mayor B. St. George Bishop nas aisalri
put the lid on tight, and instructed
the police officers to see that no gam
bling is carried on within the corpor
FOR WOMEN ONLY
Dr. Sanderson's Compound Sav
in and Cotton Root Pills. the
best and only reliable remedy
for FEMALE TROUBLES AND
IKREttlXAIUTIES. Cure the
Jioft obstliiate caaes In 8 to 10
days. Price $2 per box, mailed In plain
Address Dr. T. J. PIERCE. 181 First
street. Portland Ore Ron.
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VfcOl I TRIPS
422JS B. B. Spokane, July JS:
B. 6. Senator, Sept. 6; Oct. T. President.
B. E. ALASKA ROUTE.
Sailing from Seattle for
Ekarway, Sitka. Juneau and way porta
Sailing P. M.
Cottage City, via Sitka. - July 28, Aug. 13-29
City of Seattle July 20, Aug. 3-15-29
H. 8. S. Cos Humboldt, July 22. Aug. l-12-";a
BAN FKANCISCO ROUTE.
Sailing 8 A. M. From Seattle.
President July 29
Sonoma July 29
Santa Rosa July '
City Office, 49 Washington St.
August 8, 9, 10 ; September 11, 12, la
Chicago and return, $71.50.
St. Louis and return, $67.50.
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Su
perior, Winnipeg and Pt. Arthur and
3 TRAINS DAILY 3
For tickets, sleeping-car reserva
tions and additional information, call
on or address H. Dickson, C. P. and
T. A., 122 Third St., Portland, Or.
Telephones Main 6S0, Home A 22S6.
rORTLAXD AXD FTGET BOU2TD ROUTE
Sailing from Couch-street dock, Portland,
for Seattle, Tacoma. Everett and Belling
ham. August 4 at 6 P. M.
Connecting at Seattle for Nome. Golofnlnln.
St. Michael, Chena and Fairbanks with
steamers Pleiades, Hyades, Lyra, Mackinaw.
Schubach se Hamilton. General Agents,
F. P. Baumgartner, Agent, Portland.
Phones: Main SSI: Home A 4141.
Ho.' For Astoria
Round trips daily (except Thursdays)
7 A. M. Landing, Alder-street
Dock. Phone Main 565.
Leaves Sunday at 8 A. M. Round
North Pacific S. S. Co's. Steamsship
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisco and
Los Angeles direct every Thursday at
8 P. M. Ticket office 132 Third St,
near Alder. Both phones, M. 131 i.
H. Young, Agent.
ANCHOR I.IN'E STEAMSHIPS.
NEW TORK. LONDONDERRY. GLASGOW.
NEW TORK. GIBRALTAR AND NAPLES.
Superior Accommodation, Iszceilent Cuisine.
The Comfort of Passengers uarefully Consid
ered. Single or Round Trip Tickets lsssued be
tween New Tork and Scotcl., Cngllsh, Irlsa
and all principal Continental points at attrac
tive rates. Send for Book of Tours. For'tlck
ste or general Information apply to any local
agent of the Anchor Line or to
HENDERSON BROS.. Gen'l Agents. Chicago.
SAX FRANCISCO PORTLAND S. S. CO.
Only ocean steamers affording daylight
trip down Columbia River.
From Alnsworth Dock. Portland, 9 A. M.
8. 8. Costa Rica, July 80, Aug;. 9, 19, eta.
From Spear-street wharf, San Francisco,
11 A. M-
S. S. Costa Rica, July 25, Auk. 4. 14, etc.
JAS. H. DEWSON, ABent,
248 Washington St. Phone Main 2So.
Columbia River Scenery
KKGULATOK LLNE 6TEAMLR8.
Dally service between Portland and The
Dalles, except Sunday, leaving Portland at
T A. M., arriving about 5 P. M., carrying
freight and passengers. Splendid accommo
dations for outfits and livestock.
Dock foot of Alder St.. Portland; foot ot
Court St., The Dalles. Phone Main S14,
WILLAMETTE RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers Pomona and Oregosa for
Baiem and Way Landings. 6:45 A. M.
Daily (ex. Sun.). For Oregon City
Leaves dally T:30, ll:SO A. M . 3:30 P. M.
Leaves Oregon City, 9:30 A. 11.. 1:30,
6:30 P. M.
OREGON CITY TRANS. CO,
Foot Taylor St.
Phones 40. A 223.
STR. CMS. R. SPENCER
Dally. xcpt Sunday, for Th Dalles art!
way landings, at 7 A. M., returning 10 .
2vL. Fast tlm. best .service. ...
Phoueat Main 31&4? Home, A 11S4.