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THE OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1806.
;,1M THE FUTURE THERE WILL EE NO
LACK OF DEM AN D . FOR LIVESTOCK
NEW YARDS TO BE, CONSTRUCTED.
GROWING WHEAT CROP CONSIDER
ABLY DAMAGED DURING WEEK BY THE
VERY SEVERE STORM SOME HELPED.
TRADE TO ORIENT
" CIS RESUL1ED
Flour Market Again Active, With
Japanese Buying for Future
' Requirement ..
UNUSUAL FEEUNG IN V
"," COAST SUGAR MARKET
tfailurt of -Western Refinery, to Meet
, Advanoe of California' Hawaiian
, - Taken aa an Indication - That ji
; Great Fight' Is Due.' - -
Trent Street. June 2, S p. "---Th HJI
feature of tb Portlaad wboll 8rhets
the put week mam-.
I.'nusual feeling Im sugsr. ,
. Msny orders la for hot. " ' ' ',
' Cold' Mnn sgg men defeated. , i
" Poultry feeling slightly better. '
-"""Weether ruts iiriwlMrry w--'
It.Utor going till kvwer.
Outside onion down; supplies netvy. .
.. . Several advance tn coarse slt.
Worm spall wtU affct trade,
Japsne flour trade tncreeecs.
Wheet esarbet still going an.
' rmnwr butter btrheri A leeks ndyi.
. .' CM aim rata tow sill.
'," ' rxport Flour Tred bUsumss.
, There, ws n row mp lion or
:t the Orient during th Best M. A
Biderebto number of Inquiries wr received, snd
many sir of moderate uoiint reported sade.
Taken ee whole, the Japanese are doing
practically ell b burir., there being nut
: .light bid Is from Chin., th boycott there
Brewing to show do sbsteojest: Tbo limioo
new t.l t bo Imposed on oil Import of flour
jS-'taa ; -Jspsnrgt -4WHWW this,, isU..ib th
Ctar In forcing buetne t UU
- lime, i Tho rennrntto f demand from
the Peelfle bit found rt ner rest the
miller without sdeouste supnlles of wbette
... ... a huaiiuao. Tbo amaller nlllors
war M oiiiloni to do bnftwo. .t-oor tt
bort tlmo Ut tboy xontm
" bur from tbB ronotdwobly bolow -tbo ooot
( of tmdnrtloa. Now thr MM mHn bo
bat Uttlo irtMt bond for ftladlnt.
L A wb rwl dcntnd b pnin p
witboni smw for- fnf.flnr In tbo-trooo,
( .Tblon wrro Bwbt dlffoil . bo.ter,
w vllb Imrtor nllloro. ,Wbtbr XM ,D7r '
pr.KBt domnd w . o . eom at tbli
- tlmo oe oTly doclla to do buotnrn at a
. 1m b k bnowa. bat It la a errtolatf tbat
tbo roaowal of loulrl-a and trado b found
i- tboai Ik tbo narkot wltb atocka alora to ffcr
to aoTOM wbo baa tb prtc aakrd. tmrlnf lb
: wrrt tboro waa practically ao boattioaa t aoa
nraonn, roportad to CaUfornta aolnta. Juat at
- th noaaiit tho bay arortia aoat to faBtno-
strlckaa Baa KranHK-o afa acting aa a awtoaa
' dKrlmont to tbo local fhwr trad Tho ralb-f
" " commute tbaro found that It bad to anm-h
' flour, and la looking for a way to ft some
tkln'ant of It. Bold the auppltaa to three Urge
, mlUInf tlrma of Baa rrandw at what to cno-
atdond -wy low , prfraab , Bereral peoptl i ".
K bid on tb floor elalmad that they offered
mora BMmey fnr the atorka. bar their bid wore
ant erea mpeldered. Tbla Urga iwart of
ftoar to aow beln offered to the Callfonila
' trado at oldrably leoa flirarea th the local
trad to' willing to talk about., JXtmoqwrotly
tbrr to aotbla dolsg. . ' .
. 'Waaat Xarkat ttUl tMadf Higher.-
' Higher price are again being named to tb
local wheat Burkct. Batter demand for floor,
both torally and from the Orient, baa eanaed
' mlllera to look roawd for onppllea. and tbla baa
- eeoaed prtre to advance about lc act for
"'" ' the week. Contrary to the local altnatton. lower
Plicae bae generally ruled to Chicago tbla week.
Thar waa a aerloe break before tb May op
- tloa. there weat out of eommlaatoa for th -'son.
bat yon rna't down th May altogether, for
It hi a gain being quoted la tb eaat and at
auhatantlal flgnrear to. Uerpool we - not
' ; ao erratic thla wee aa waa Chicago, but gen-
. orally apeak lug price tber were on down
Ward road during oack of tb all day.
Kaoy Order to far Han.
r After aa InaeUrltyibat taated for eereral
' weeka. tbo hop market again promlaea to he-
--an. , a while at laaat. According .
to reliable eatlteatea. there are now la tMt
market order for felly 1,000 .bale of 1
bop at price that average eery cloa to the
IV merket. Peeler kaow It J Impoeelbl to
do bttstnesa around tbla figure, and are not
trying to buy. Wltb but a ecant scattering
of hop remaining uoeold to all feanda. the gen
eral opinion eeeoa to be that no bualnee of
"importance- can -be-traneaeted -nder . tha 1B
mark. Keen at thla figure It la bow eery
- doubtful If all tb remaining bop ran n gata
.o. Hhart aeller seem to bo tb princi
pal Inquirers for bona at this time. A few
r snonthe ago thee same people were freely say-
- Ing that tbey would nut buy bop at iwc
Cuad to fill thetr short sales, beeauee they
lleeed that all tn bop needed eould bo par
rbaaed from psntc-atiicken growers and bolder
round 4c. or perhape be a pound.- Reliable es
timate ahow that there are net a quarter
enough bona remaining In groerera' head to
fill what abort order not already covered. la
U tb- (rawing -Mop, H M JPaanaps
, . Oold Btomg Egg Men Dftod.
Again hard th cold atorag egg men met
their Waterloo. Bom of theni were offering
egg to tb trad this week a low a lb to
'order to break th value. A considerable num.
ber of caeca were withdrawn from torago, ay
report, and thee war used to knock th prop
from uader price. A much greater demand for
eggo-tfrom the. north than1 the atorag men
bad anticipated cauaed aomrwhat of a short
age her during th Utter part of the week, and
the result waa that arme ot tb dealers wh
had already Bold supplies at 18c to break the
inarket were" forced to pay aoe a noeea to other
dealer la order to fill their order. At th
-of . toe woe. uw.-maux waa . in - yeyj
- - - good abape. wltb moat of the aalea at V. A
- erj few were reported mad a low a 18!4c
Weather Cat strawberry Orp. r .
s- Wnstber conditions were altogether of ths
peat for B good crop of slrawberrlea dating tb
- 1 cant week. Karly In tha week supplies were
quite good, but quality wa lacking la almost
.eery ahlpment. Stock which were expected
to be tb beat turned out to bo composed moet
ly of water. Tho ebortage In supplle later 1
the week forced price bach to point near
where they etood, betvr th break tba - first
dar of tbo week.
The first peaches and plums' from California
Vame tn yeaterday, but atorka were green.
. rirat rnrrant to appear la market thla aeeeoa
mad their appearance from' Mount Tabor J ea
ter day., Btorka war In-very good ekan and
sold st SOo par on-poiiaoVtox. -v,
Oreuiery Butter Higher Alaaka 'Soya
k" While Bom Inherent a do not rare to admit It,
ther I now a very conalderihle amount of
- creamery butter- being Bold tor Alaakt if
I count, and It la stated that one large creamery
in thla city has practically Its entire output
ft tb coming . month .-Bold tn advanc for
Alssks shipment. On city creamery advanced
- lie quotatlone on beat brand IV pound this
week, and It la likely that all tostltntlons will
follow this movement Monday morning.
California men are a gala In th market ber
fnr country star butter, and some considerable
' ehlnmenle were mad by local dealers. Prtc a
, Tb cbee market went lower tbla week,
with larger receipts sad, aa accumulation ot
. bupplles. .'ir- . ,
Potato 0iag BtlU tower.
While ther I very good market ' tree
day In new potatoes, there Is a general lack
of demand fot old atock. The eipeeted resnmp
tlon of dea-snd from California baa ant yet ma
terialised, and rvsn tans dealer meet balllab
earlier In th season are now trying tbelr uJ
moat lO gel f Kl v. . i, invmRinn . . muf
where near a favorable figure. -
Ther ia etfll cenelderabl smeatat ef Tans
, , onion In thla market, and during th week
'price dropped eonelderahl. larger arrivals
f new onions from California ar having tbelr
f sffeet upon prices.., ... . ',.
TSnaeuaJ Teellag la Bagar Market. '
vs Condltlnns ar agog In tb autar market at
'. ' thh time. The la.t day of tb month tb
falltutila 4 Uawalaa aUflnlig eompajir, da
nounced an alvanc of 0e par "handred pounds
la the former quotation. It wa apected by
all that the Westers Beflnery would make a
similar aauouaeoaieut Juat after It htard tb
news. v and jobbers announced a general ad
vanc of lfle to their trade. Aa tb day begaa
to wane, no report of aa edvanoe was made by
tha W eaters people, and early next morning
th trade was ftoed to pnlldowa Its sdeB-
of 10c, thus taking the rle out ot their own
orkta. , Wbtle tbo trade did not favor tb
Hawaiian making th fleet advanc la prices,
the claim la mad by -all Interests tbst-bbrber
prices ar fully Justified an th Pacific ooaaf
la the east several advance In sugar prlceai
war quoted during the week, ilrre author
ties say that ths - refined product to being
mild belowcoat ot production. Keaeo. for the
advance by tb California as Hawallaa s (I
by tbs fsct thst the new onaeern bss s r
tract for 10 year wltb eastern refiners' to tsks
sll the surplus stocks st New York market
velue on th day of arrival. Thue tb Cali
fornia a Hawallaa compear was ft cod to mak
an auranc aw tb aoaat or else loa tan, differ-
eaca Between the eld pric and th ' figure
i couia receiv for the raw prod net la rf
York, Juet at . thla time the 'situation la
eery complicated on. If the California A
Hawaiian company Insists In advsacing Its
prices shove the level of what' Ita competitor
charge tb jobber ear they will be con pel led
to gir the old company all the business, aa
much as they dlsllks to tak thla eouroe, for
they, save been, the beat frleada th new torn-
any-. baa- bid. If,, on lb other' bend, th
Jobbers ar trying to flgur. out toot how
wag preckel. tb sugar king, can last If be
persists la losing money Ilka the present mo
ment, feet . bow long a pars Mr. prerkele
bss or bow much of It bs care t lea would
a m iter of larercst at this Urns.
Tb trad pay the following pries ' to
Front street. Price paid producers are Ires
regular commissions: :.
rata. Flour nd Feed.
, WHEAT Club, TSQTSe; red Bnsstaa, T0c
niaeeTem. ituiDe; vaney, t"ti i io.
BiaLal reea. a.uui aoiiao. w.ODgjjg.oni
CO EM Wb.
bole. taAMi Bracked. .H Bar
RTB I1U nor ewt.
OATB Producers' prlco No. 1 White, (an.ee
ajnu.ie,; gray. -?.wu;.v.w. . -
FLOUR New eaatera Oreaoa nslenta. U aom
I.BK; strslrhts. tfl oOai-60; eiport. k.t.18;
vaney, a.oo: rranam, a. aa d; waoes woeet,
U.T5: rye. ao. to. 00 1 bales. ia.T6.
l Ao: chop. $1 OOfSil.bO.
HAT rYednrars' prlcew-Tlnwtby. Wlllsmett
valley, feaey, gio.woiz.oo; ordinary. gT.ooea
.00: Meter Oreaon. tU OOciia.oO: mlied.
M nOqrb.oo: clover. M.OOfte.OO; (rain, IdutJ
s.wi casai. ae.nu.
Butter, Zg and Foultry,
BDTTKB FAT-rF. s. a. Portland Sweet
earn, laneaoc: enor. leueiac. . .
ranee, sue: oruinary. ti c; store, JSe.
EOOa Mo. 1 freak Oregon, cssdlsd. UHB
Oe. - - , - -
CIIEKBBNew Full cream, flat. ltff1iUci
Toung America. lslSV4e: California data. iV.
- j-ULLjai -n-auxea -.cnickeeav.. ix H er. lb
fa err keaa. lzloallse Mr lb: roosters, old. toe
per lb; etags. lie per lb: rryora. IN-if JOei broil
er. lS02Oe par In: M docks. ldiSlT per Ihl
s peine duck.- 18 O30 per lb: ceess. lodllle
per ltt turkeys, !7e per lb dressed, tiejzze
per is: so ii a ob. a2.ova.uu nor ana; pigeon.
n.00 par do. - ; .-
Xsna, Weal sad IUn,
HOPB fttntracts. IftOC cron. lOdllOU nor
B: ltJ Oregon, iSHfJiB. -
WOOL lu4 clip Valley, ooarae to medlaaa.
nr: nne, inr; sasTera uregoa. numl.
MnHAin iksw. aue.
BHKEPnRTNB BheerfasL InaSOe ewch: abort
wooL tACteOe: median. wooIl aO17D aebi
bug wool. TVetl.OO each.
TALLOW Prims, per lb. -tSsQec: Mo. S and
l iiri iiaa dara marev per in.
HIDES Dry. No. I. Id tus and an. MWdl
ITU per tb: dry kip. Mo. 1. t to lf lbs. 14c:
dry csW, No. I. snder B lbs. lie: salted bides.
steere, .eonnfl. 00 ipe end over, io3iic;
(HttsHc: sugs and bulls,
id bulls. aeadtL 2Tc: kip.
If, sound, ngfer lb lbs..llal
lea; cull.. I c per H leee
lacb. ll.aiflI.T6-. dry.' sack.
IB to ao ins, wc; esu,
naa. unsaited. le 1
boreehlde. salted, each. ll.aifll.TB
tt.eoAl.eot oolt bidee SbalaOe:. goat skins,
coBimoa. , oaeh, . 10ta)lbel Axura, sack, ZocO
Fruit aad Tegetskle.
MTATfrEB Best sorted. TSegO er sack I
produosr' pries for ear lot, BO par cwt; ordl-
nery, noc, proaacer- nrwa, owe,
ONIONS--Jobbing price Oregon. Mo. L IJ BO:
frodoeare- price, N. 1. Il till Mo. t. S2.00:
eis, 1( par lb; new California, Be; garlic.
bshc per IB.
FRESH FRUTTB Atrolea. SS.B0OS.n0
eraneee. finer aaveL Sa.fhfftt.OO: seedling.
SS.IS; Msdltsiransaa. SS1SOS.SS; bananas, be
iu; lemon, enoice, B4.uutI4.oo per Bos I rsncy.
f.1.S9trs.60 per box; time. Mexican, 176 per
lOO; tenser hi as, puieepple, Mexican. SS.Tfi;
n.w.n.n. ; strawnernea, wiiiametie val
ley. ll.Tnei.00i Hoed River. S2.00KrS.tn: Mount
Tabor.- 'SI no par crate; geoarberrloa, SdWo-per
lb; cbarrlea. 1.SS10) plsms, l2.Su , per
tret.- -- - - - : ' '-.
VKOETABLES TuTBlps. new. 11.60 nor sack:
carrots, ( ) per Bark: beef, ( ) par
eerv; uregon raaiaaea, zue per neni eanoego,
Cllfnrala. $1T1 no per cwt: bell i oennera.
loejTiic id: at a i lean rnmatoe. sx.70tra.oo;
Fka-lda. la.&Oi . Daranlna. BOcaltL: (trlng beans.
8c; csulldswer, fl.00 per dea; California pee.
'TrtHe per fhi Oregon. datiHie per lb: boree
rdlb, dcrT per lb: wrticbokea. Tb per doe;
botliousa lettuc, 11.35 per box; cranberrtee,
lereeys. Sit 0 per bbl: Cooe bar and Tilla
mook. 110.00: sapsrsgna, California. . 800r
per lb; Oregon, TOttTB per do bunch: Walla
Walla. II.SS per bos; aquaab, plncb.
To per box: trees colon m. Ore eon. ISle
per -das - bunrhea; cocumbera, . TorcJ 11.00 .. per
oca: c-iery si.io per own.
DRIED FRUITS Apple, evaporated. IS)
IBc per lb; anrleota. I3f15c per Ihl peerbee,
ISfllSHe per lb; seeks. He per lb le; pre nee,
SO to SO, THc; . c drop on Barb atiteentk
amaller else: fig. California black SOT In:
California wbtte. Be-per lb: dates, slden, B
per us; rara. gi.ao par lo-io nox.
. flroe riot, STnta, Ft.
SFOAR Back basuvUCub, ff.M; powdered,
eek beale leee M
per cwt tot Caab, IB
day a i maple, 1401M
per to. ,
f A bo re nrlree annlv to Bale of less tkaa
ear lots. Car lota at special price subject to.
.1.80 per crate.
COFFEE Package brands.
SALT Cost Half around, 100s. H.M per
ton; bos, sa.no; tame, oatry, sns. 111. 00; inns,
IIO.Tft; Imported Liverpool, 60s. flT.OO; liaia.
Sre.60; 2V4a, 110.00: extra fine, bbls. Ia. B. in.
4.6)n W: bulk, 1W0 lb. ea.O0S.O0- sarka,
SOa, OBiaMr; Liverpool lump rock, 118. BO per
ton: BO-Tb lock. M OO; lOOs, T.TB.
ORAIN BaOS Calcutta, SHQIOt.
RICK Imperial Japan, Mo. 1, Bet Ma. S,
SBI4ei New Orleans besd. Te . Ajat, S
Crente, - BHe.
BEAMS BmaTI white, Bt.Btlt largo white,
11.00; pink. S3.00; barua, s.00s Uau, 00;
Mexican reds, d4. - ' - '. . .
' NHTH Pssnats. Jumbos, tt Par fbr Ttrgtnl.
BHflAH per "! roeat.d, S(H Per lb
eocoanuta. Sfi4eoTr dot: walnute. ISfllBlAe
rer lb; ptnenuts. lotlltSe per lb; hickory nuts,
nc per lb; ebestaut. eastern, lSCjloe bar lb;
Brtstl nuts. He per lb; Slherts. I41Bu pet
lb; fancy pacaaa, lBHQlSVb! almunda, 14UO
fatato. Osal Ofla. IU.
ROPE Par Manila. ltVoteadard. ltt
COAL Oft Pa.rl or Astral Caeca, Iti per
fait water white. Iron bhls, 14c per gal.
wcodsa. IT per gsj beadllgbt, 170-deg. saaes.
uacirui r f
3A80UME-8B-4eg. eases 14 Ue ser aaL tra
bbl.. Itc per gl.
BEN7.INB 43-dea. Mses SB Bee eaL Irea
hbla IS 4c per gal. .
TTJRPCNTIME la eaae SB per gal; weodea
HI OXc per gal,
WRITS LEAD Ten let. TV per Ib BOO-tb
lot, be per lb; lea lots, SVIe pwlbt
WIRE MAILS Preaett be ale st IS SB.
LINNKEI. OIL Pare raw, tn B-bbl lota. BOC;
l-bbl lot, 63c; esses, 68 per gal; genuine kettle
boiled, eaeea. BO per gal; B-hbl lot, 6: l-bbl
lot Bo per gal: ground cake, car Wa. $30.00
pr ton. Ism tksn ear lota, I AO 00 per torn.
afaata. Flak nsd rrarbuaaa. .
FRESH MEATS Troot Street Beef steers.
4Q V per lb; cow, g14 per lb: bog, f.ecr,
SV4Bc; ordlnsry, poor, TtttHt per lb:
bulla, SQSHo per tb; veal, extra. tH7c per lb;
ordinary. Be per lb: poor, 6 per lb;
lency, sante per in; lamne. vc,
HAMS, BACON. ETC Pert la ed pack (local I
kama, 10 to 14 lbs, 14V per lb; 14 to IB lbs,
I4lic er lb; breekfaet b.reo, 10 Uf) toe per
lb; picnic. lHc per lb; Mtag, lot per Mi;
regular chert clears, Basssnked, lObie per lb:
imnk.d. 11 per lb: clear barka, nnsmnked.
loue per lb; smoked, liue per lb; Unlen butte,
10 to IS lbe; auamoked. Be per lb' (moked. Be
per lb; eleer bellle. enawmSed. II per lb
tmoked, lie per lb; ebooldera, I0H per lb.
- LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf. tus. 1BI4 Per
Ik; Be, lSHe per lb; 80. lb tint, lfc per lbs
steam rendered. 10. 11 4 per Ik; I, tl
per in: eompnuea. iua, ivo
CANMED SALMON Celuwbt rleet, 1 tb toll.
tl.BOi S lb telle, It TB; fancy, I lb lata, II i
i-lh fsner Bate. l.lBi fancy 1-lb ova a). Jl TB;
Alaaka tall, plek, Biesoc; red. l.o0 aemlaal
to. tall. SS.Ba
FISH Ruck tod. TC per Hit Breeder. Bt per
Ik; htiltmt. St nt lki trtbs, 1.60 pw dea.
so. is; iruu granuisteq, e-io; ory granulated,
S5.n0; cent. A. beat granulated, weetern,
Sa. SB; Hswslisn, S3.0B: extra, 0, It. 58; golden
0. S4.eS: D yellow. 4.B8: -bbls. lOe: H bhls.
Gives Condition of Winter-Sown
on jun First at Eighty-Six
and Nins Tenths. :
CHICAGO MARKET HAS
GAIN IN ALL OPTIONS
July CainsThree Eighths 1. Sep-
tcmber and .. December ' an Eighth
Cent Up Corn Is Not Active
- Oata Xrosa -at Close. - ..Uli
REXATITB WHEAT TALl'ES.
Cine . Cloa - Close'
Bat. rl. J wiS.
KbltiBf .aoei I J I .una,
,TM .T . .2 , , .00 Z
J0 .sou a .&iZ .00 iZ
i S- Tha principal Interest ot
, Cblrego, June S Tb principal
th wheat new todey was Snow's report, mak
ing lb June 1 condition MO ms renr aealnat
l Per cent la.t month and IU) t per cent laat
year a whiter wheat. Th action of the
marast suggest It will tak but HUM eelllnf to
bring about a eoneeeted eondltlmi la (he Julv
option. Tha way tbo cash atuS la held and
Hb - nnllmlted stocks of winter wheat, lb
beer ar likely to keep cloa la tba bor on
the selling side.
Corn trade le not varactlvs. bat th under
current of atrength keep tb aborU on tb
Oata followed th other merket. bat lest tb
Cater part of Ita early atrength right In tb
t few minute. Profit-taking at a weakened
aort la nor to be wondered at on tbla market.
In provlalnna the parkera are eenepleooua by
their aheence. but th caab situation is bullish.
Thla le a fact and not a theory, further
preeeur wOl naturally bring soma easier price.
There will be no aeesinn of th Chlcege bned
f trade en" Monday owing to a judicial leetoB,
making It a. leaal Wider in llllnnla
--OfnVtat auotatloue by Ore.b..S. AUas A ConasT
...... WHEAT. ;'-'
Onen. Hleh. ' bw.
nty $ ,nA I .!
Sept. . .
" .fVI l.
July.,;., .Btt, -Sept,...
July.,.,, JB.flO IB. 10. 15.SB ,
Bcpt JO BO 10.00 : 188.
SHORT RIBS. " -
uly.,.. BflaVs S.18H BOtH
Sept...... BOO - B.10 - BOO
Oct. S.T6 ' BJITt, B.T8
- S.eo .'
' S.OB .. .
B.J6 f ;.'
. S 68 .
. CHJOAaO CASaTWHIAT.
, rstorasy, rri.
-. rV- "ft ., ..BJd..Aak. . Bid.
M. S red..... ..$ .87 B ,. . S '.TN
N. S red 84 .Ml . - T
no. X Bard.. , .HI M
No. 3 hard. ............... .78 .' .81
No. 1 Bcrthern. ........... ,, . .8
No. S northers 81- -.R4
N. S prtog 77 M
0HI0A00 OaVATJf CAE LOTS.
Cbloago, June z. Grain ear lots:
Cars. Orsds. Eat. 1B0S.
Wheat J. 13 10 It . 1
Cora ,.8BS 171 BOB. SSS
Oats ...IM '' 4T 148 1SB
Wheat ears Bodael Mlnneennlla. ITU- rnthtth.
rzi. tear ago: Minneapolis, zo; uuiun, a.
BAM raAMCISCO LOCAL BTOCIB.
Juaa t, -OfBcial closing:
Contra Costa Water KVa 40
Spring Valley Water...
sa ss .
Olant Con. Co. ,
Hawallaa . Corn
raaubau Sugar............. IB VI
t.nion ongar. ,. r . o , ..
Alaaka Packer 1 ri DIM
AeeoHsted Oil 40 46
California Frulteanaerr n
California Wine 80 VI SO
f aclfte tltatee- Tei,pheSi r,,i r,. 70 - ,r-
i ' SOBTOIT COFFia KA1XITB. , - -
Boston, Jun S. OfUcial copper closing:
Adventure ..I I S
Old HomlnJoB.,1 41. BO .
Oecoola 10B M
Qnlncr ...... " tMI.OO
Shannon ..... B76
Tamarack ... I00.O0A
Trinity ...... 1 00
Copper Range. 78. 78
Daly wee l .
18.78 -IfUh SI 78
Victoria 7 Tt ,
Wolverln ... 186.00
IT. 8. Mining. 60.76
Tean. Copper. 48.0(1 "
Boston -Con. .. 87.40 "
24 02 Va
Butt Ceaia .
TTSTTTD STATES OOTIEMatUfT BOBDB.
New York, Jon
J. Oovernmnt bond:
Pat. Bid. Aak.
180S 108 104,
1008 10.1V4 10 'i
Two, reglatere. w. . .
do ooupoa. .........
..... iwie inz
Twos, smsll bonds....
..... 10O7 102:
...... iw7 - a
rrt.rrlel rf CotumbU 8-6S.. -117
Philippine .... .......... iiiM :
- SEW TOSS 1ABX BTATUflBT.
New York, m 1. Bank
Im I sited State
J. 183. 400
Deere ae. .
BTW T0E COnrnl IUSKIT. ;
ww York. Jun S. Oof fee furore closed B
point lower wltb S.S26 ban Bold. 0 facial
?''' . .LTl : ri'.'i-n-.r-
10 n.-i.ncmewr an.ro
8 00 January ... 8.40 8.48
8.08 Pebrnery ... 8 ISO d its
S.IMMarck BOO 8.00
July ....... 6.88
August .... 8 0O
Per temper in
October .1. 8.18
Nrmbr . B.36
? May ....... t SO B IO
PTarre. June 3. Ooffe advanced V to U.
Mambnrg. holiday. Ml receipts, I 000 bags;
Bsntos receipts. 10,000 baga, market weak,
prices 60 down. ; .
. snows oaAm sstimats. v
rteetMlett. - Ohio. Jnae S SnoV makes tb
following condition of th winter wbeet crop:
Condition Jun I, 88. 8 per cent, sgslnst, 1
per cent met moots ssu an.au per cant an
year. a -
striped bee. 18V, ner lb! eatSak. T nor Tb
salmon. Cplumbla river Chinook, BHe per tb,
stlhedt (1 per lb; herring, 6 per tbl sole.
Bs per lh shrimp. 10 per Tb: perch, 6 par
lb black ed T per tbl tewx-oA. T nor Tb
llrer a melt. To per lb Vibetera, 16 per lb
freab msrkeral.t nc per crswgan, ZD net
Bos; shad, Be pe lb: sturgeon, lbe per Ik. !
OTBTSRS 8bealwator bay. per gal. $a.SS
pr ssrh. It 76.
t i.aain tiaruanen, per bob, iawi rssus
Same, .0v ftt ka. -
10 V. ,r
Rottenness of - Beef , Packing
Causes France to Withdraw
r Its Support Here.
CONTINENTAL BUYERS : '
GETTING READY TO QUIT
Foreigners' Great Purchasers of
American Securities During Past
Few Weeks but Government
1 - . ...
port on Meats .Stops .Tradv.
.!.-.' .'..MET 0A1NB.
icenda VlKaty pfd,
Igamatod t Jocomotlv ......
kieo Si Norfolk
IiuIim ' , 1 n Ah
Baltlmor ...... Preaa !tl Oar
Brooklyn H Reading . ..1.
St. Paul '.!!!!I!"!s Moul'hem Partne!.
('. AY N. W IU Kouthern Hallway
Kouthern lull way
rhaaaneeke ....... Teiee Paclns. .IV
Cokv. ruel. ....... .14
(Vila. A Booth. W
I'nloa PaclSe.v. .
Cent. Leather ...
V. 8. Kteel
do pfd. ....r.'.t
Krle tat. Bfd
Mas: Itentret- ' W
Northern Pacbte... V
K.t. - il
Car A Foundry . ... felFed. Mmelter pf4.
Lackewaana 6 Onf. A W eaters..
Ienvr ;.. kipennsylvsnla
Krle .....! U Rock Islands...... IA
Ullwm Ouiisljeii t.iWsslsn si
(BpecTel mrpatcb by Leased Wb- to Tb Journal)
Mall Street, New York, June 3. fir year
ago, Just aa Amerteea storks and bonds were
coming la high fsvar In France, tbs shipyard
-t i.ti. ...rtled the two continents and
wa tb Immediate esnee of tb greet down
fall to prices which followed. At the very
neap began to bag ms atuck II wt
Aaaerlrana were Planning notb
tog lee . than grand . larceny. Proor or
erookedneea In on trust cauaed the foreigners
to condemn them all. end shiploads of stocks
snd bond were bended bark across to nee.
Within tba last fsw wnckt ..fnfTlgrT' biTe
agala begua to buy American atocka and "bonds
In great volume. .It baa gone ao tar that
Pre ore kaa practically mad greet lean based
on new Issue. Now come IN dlsckauree f
th beef trust thst bar startled Europe. Tbey
some on top of disclosures of grafting la the
Pennsylvania railroad camp. Tba fact that
American multimillionaires ar proved guilty
f och pra ct Ices baa already staggered -tb
Preach, and there is grsr doubt whether It
may not caaae another aever rear tlon against
Americas securttlee la Borope. Wall atreet may
find to ita Borrow that tba great beef trust,
which It kst defended aa trennously, kas suc
ceeded In embalming its pet bull market. Per
tba lest day or two th list be been trying to
dleconnt tb Amalgamated Copper etatement,
which will b made public Monday, it Is be
lieved that tb statement ee ita nuffaca will not
bs Very cheerful, bnt laaldere kavs put them
selves In position to take advsntsgs of sny
snort Belling that may result. , The Hlll-Mor-gaa
people are openly bullish. Tba market
laeuwra now ar about the moat . bullish WsU
street kas seen for mouths. It anything bap-
pea eo -tbebull nwremant which le planned,
therefor. It will be a bitter disappointment to
tb greatest financial authorities la tb street.
Holiday Onuses Dnjlnsaa.
With s holiday la London, ther waa little
f Inter eat In tb continental markets. The
feature abroad wa tba bank of Germany's
Statement wltk B caab loss of f 10,640,000, and
a men earpeuslon of 817,840.000.
Tb Bank statement provided tb asual
weekly surprise. The Incresse In surplus re
errves was 1121,8TB was 1131, 878 of this item,
which now atsnds at Sd.BI8.0UU. The gsln In
cash wss SI. 128.700, Instead ot tb 88.000,000,
to f . 000. 00O predicted. Loans Increased by
S2JA2.000. and deposits Increased by 84,01,800.
St. Paul Led Market. ,
Th number of (bare of atock sold today
was 2r4,000 against 360,008 tba- seme dey-leet
Tb total par value of bond sold today wa
S1.48,eu0 sgslnst 81,207,000 tb nam day last
St. Paul led th atock market today, that
teen closing wltb a net gain of polnla.
The Immediate cause of todsy'a advance ws
the eipecUtlofroT rights In couiiertton with d)
financing of tb Pacific coast extension. Tb
Gates pool sdvsnced Colorado fuel to about WO.
Aascodds Mining 0. ....
Amsl. Copper Co
Atchison rem., ,,
Am. Car round., com
Am. Bugsr, com.. -....
Am. Smelt., com
do preferred ........
Baltimore Ohio, -com
64 1 164 '4
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
t anaaiaa racinc onm
Chi. A Alton, com.,
Chi. Ot. Weet.r com.
18 t" 781
Chi.. Mil. At Bt. Psul.
Chi. A Northwest, com.
tui. terminal sty
Cbesapeeke 4 Ohio....
Cole. Pool a I roe, torn
Colo. South., com..,.,
do 3d preferred.,,,..
do let preferred
Dels.. Lacka. Weat.
D. R. O., com.......
do preferred. ........
do Sd preferred.......
do let preferred.....
Metropolitan Street By
lfeilcua Ceatral Ry...
Mlna, Bt. P. A Sts. M
tV prf tTrTd . . ,
Missouri Paclflc. I....,
M. K. A T.. com.....
New York Central ,
Am. Cotton Oil.
Am. Locomotive, i,,. 1,
Norfolk A Weetern, com
Norfolk A Western, nfd.
North American .-. ,WT4
61 N. Y Ontario A Weat. 61
Pennsylvania Re II way . . 1 1S3 !
Pennie s Oss Coke Oo.
Preeeed Steel-Car, onm,, I 61
Preeeed Bteel Car, pfd.. J
Read lag, com 1140
Heading, aecona pro.
Readme. Bret nfd...
Ren. Iron A RteeL erne. I 38
Rep. Iron A Bteel, pfd. .1108 H 1 103 Vi
sec laiana. eem
Re leland. Brefeefed
Southern. Hallway com,! jSV..
Kouthern Rallwar. Dfd.J
Southern Piciflc 88!
nonthem pseinc, pra.... im
St. L. A S. P.. 3d ptd... 48
' do 1st preferred
Bt. b. A i. W om.... 33
do ore f erred 68
Te A PaclSr 82V.
Tena. t oai iron. . , . .110a
T. St, U A W com..
a prererren ,
Central Leather, (Ma...
0. S. Rubber, eem.,...
do preferred'. ...... '.
U. 8. Bteel Co., eem..
Wheel, a L. B.. com...
do 3d preferred......
Wisconsin entrnl, 00m.
do preferred ...
Weetern I nlon Tele. ...
Am. Woolen ,
Northern PartSe '.
' Tot si ssts for dsy. 330.3OA share.
1 '5 ST. LOVIS WOOL KABXZT. : .
St. lywls. June S. Wool steadvi terrllort
snd western mrdlnmc. 36-0 30c 1 Us nMdluaPt
HOG MARKET HAS
Advances Twenty-Five Cents
v With Small Arrivals and
. Very Good Demand. '
CATTLE VERY DULL, A r
7- QUARTER-CENT LOWER
Sheep Call Ia in GooofShape With
Fair Arrip Hot-Weather! Likely
. to Interfere Somewhat With Future
Demand. '"'',? .. ;'
By Byman H. Cohen...-
Portland I'nlo Stockyards, Jun 3.-d p. m.
Roes. Csttls. Sheep.
Tills week....'.,,....,..,., 847 4:11 3.W7
Lest week.,,,.,....,...,,.. T'At ; , 828
Month ego... 410 ' 248
Year ago 13 3.873
- CondttloM that ruled In th livestock msrkst
during the past sli dsys bor greet similarity
to thorn of ths same week a yeee ego. - Tue
extretnc weeknesa In cattle was eery apparent
at thst time and like the past weeb Jeers waa
a decline In prlcea. Receipt, nf ttle tb peat
week were not a great sa tb previous week,
and during tba first few days tb demand ami
tone wss ennsldersbly Improved. Thbt wsa.
however, before the worm weather began, to
ast to. The warm apell created a amaller de-
iisad ifna ssllle, sad lb
tne weskneen becatne so Inteeae that price
were cut 36c - ,.,
la all 4.11 bead of cattle arrived In tb loral
yards during tn week. Tom nmouot b really
a nominal one when demand Is beslthy, but
tb grset arrlvala of a lew weeks ago filled
mosL.of Jba.imyert'.teommodatloiuv.. snd, at
price did not show sny tendency to move up
ward, they did not care to buy to any eiteut
I ft-e'-f riTTl I .
, Hog Are 4 Quarter Higher.
Wltb tb bog merket a ''veryBeod Wtlt ruhwl
In th .yards during th week. Kecelpta were
very smsll, tits total arrrrale for the week
snowing but SOT besd ss against .T38 bead a
west sgn snd -4iahead licaame date last
monthr While this year arrivals srs somewhat
greater than those fnr tba asm period a year
ago the greater -demand and th rest Inoreaa
In population make tb email Inert as de
crease la reality.' Strengfb wss shown la tb
market all during the week. Bayer were la
tb market at all time and war eager to do
business, but ther were few bogs to eelL This
cauaed tb rle of 3fx arty la tba weak. ----
' Siaat Strength la Sheep. . X '
Despite th general pradRtlon ot tb trad
that tn aheep market would ahow a reaction
toward tb low nointa during tba weak, not a
single change la quotation occurred. Consider.
lag the condition of tbo weather and th liberal
arrival, the market dlaplayed wonderful anap
and price seld their wa right up to tb clue
of th week. During the week th entire market
waa tn good straights, this being trt of lamb
ss well aa etber line. . -
"' Oreater Market far Horse. .
BblpmenU of hocsas to thla market ar In
creasing year ky yeer. For seen tlm there
ha bee a very heeKhy demand-for -good i;.
pi sis and whatever ehlpments arrived war
picked up at gono: nguros. a considerable
number srrtved during th past weak. Aa auc
tion will be held at tb yard tb first of tb
wseav . " - -
Hew Tarda is Be Modern.
Within a few works tb new yarda of tits
I'tnoa Btockyard company wlU be located.
Work on the building will be begun at one
and eomplatlon will be rushed wltb sll possible
speed. The location of tb ne yarda at
Msegiy Junction right at tba Boors of tb new
park lag -houses could not be Improved. Th
yard will be tb moat modern one In tb
country, end to aom extent will be planned
after the one recently completed st Bt. Joseph,
Mleaourt. Tb biatallattrm of tb eereral new
packlng-hou.ee In thle city will mean mock to
the Urea fork Industry, for with almost un-
FOR FUMIGATING PLANTS
A Process for Discharging s Liquid
Insecticide Into Greenhouse.
At th present tint th sclentlfl:
study of th propagation of flowers is
receiving the attention of th foremost
eltlsens of th world. On of th great
est problems to bs .solved Is th exter
mination ffMrietrtany fnseot pests which
lnfst th plant a, retarding their growth
or killing them outright. Many sys
tems hav been tried In the hothou.
but a process recently patented by. a
rOB PUbilOATIKO PLXNTS.
Qavt Land florist seems to contain more
than ordinary merit. Broadly, his pro
cess consists In exposing a vaporlgable
liquid Insecticide In a finely subdivided
condition to th action of a stream of
superheated steam flowing through a
conduit. This mixture la then' dis
charged Tnto the At mogphere which "gur
rounds the- plants to be fumigated
Superheated steam 1 formed by mean
of th colled superheater, under which
is the gas burner, ths supply being fur.
ntshed from- tr- generator-- net known .
In th center of the Illustration 1 1
shown a tank containing vaporlsable
liquid Insecticide, such as a solution of
nicotine. In th enlarged - section nf
pip directly below th tank, In placed a
crumpled-tip mass of fine wire gauss,
which. will caus th liquid Insecticide
which drops to spread out in.thln Isyers,
coating th wire. It la then ricked up
by the superheated steam and carried
through th pipes to the greenhouse.
A tank for compresned air. to control
th flow nf Insecticide, Is placed to th
left of th Insecticide tana. r - v
' Waterproof Fabric
A new method f-trrVrWlnr1
being prtmntd with. It Is mad
nf a fibrous body, saturated with
hydrocarbon ' waterproofing substance,
00 surf ac being nonadh)-
JOURNAL'S SPECIAL- :
" REPORT ON THE WHEAT
w 4 d' d 4 4
X Tha- sever ruin ntarm of th $
4 past week created mora damago d
4 to th Browing crop of wheat 4
4 than has generally brn believed. 4
la th liahV. UncJ 0l8trlcts th 4
4 storm was unusually at-yere, and d
d I tn many places ths aoti was en- . 4)
4"-tlrely washed away with - th d
d growlna crop. This was tru to-
d most extent .around Echo, and
d th most sever damage Is rc- ; e
d ported from that vicinity. In'
4 .ther places the rains did food d
d and harm. In some sections the 4
4 moisture came so fnut that much d
4 . of th grain was dpBtroy, In
other places the around wss so 4
4 ' badly parched that It took every 4
d drop of water and then seemed 4
Uto wtnt Jinotfi. jlakn.BAw
d whole, reports from special car-
d respondents to The Joumsl Indt- d
4, cat that more damage than good .d
4 was don by .the. rain llurlna th
d '. vek. " ' .
limited demand there will be no time when
stock can (Hit be' sold. As President peugbtrrv
say: "Rake more hogs at one." : There U
b a demand for them.
Official livestock prices:
' Hog Beat . esatera Oregon, 7,23ia7.S.".;
blocker and China fata. S8.W; Stock era ; and
Cattle Beat eastern Oregon eteers, $4 00;
beet mwe and heifers, $.1 .25 ; stockcra and feed
ers. tS-OOr- buils 82-50. . t
Bbecp Bbcarllngs, 8-3 4c: lan-b,"4ttUc.
ArriTrla of the Wk,,. .
Th following s rri re la ware shows la the
yard during lha pt week:
Saturday., May -38 W, Wade.-fs'eaed thynugb
from A Graad wltk on rerlned of horse,
going to Beattlei r. Snlpea had n two care of
atla fssm use iiass, sianisnai rsnsignrn
Cartsena Parking rompauy at Tacoma.
Sunday Oorg Koblhagea of Baeebtirg rain
In wltb two cars ef sheep and one of cattle.
, Monday Larkln A Kills of t'olfsr bsd twe
ears of rattle' on tn merket B.. AV Bherwln
came In with one car ef horse, going to !.o
Angelea,. California; J. W. Redd of Carlton
brougta r " on srdrTstT7e ; n. Ttvlor of
Halsey shipped In twe ear. of sheep and nogs;
O. A. Overton of Browner II Je bad In two cars
of-her) and -hog. j-bjtu.
Llaeedgj T. J. Hurls nd f"Oaklsnd. Oregon,
Ibrought lis Twoirs bnrhttTeT- Mlrrmirl
Isrlatt of Ueppner had two cars of cattle na
th merket: Ed Bk-hmond of tlcCnf brought
In two cars of sbeep and B. I.. Overton of
Btosrasvllla htd laJtatft cars nf sheep and bners
mlaed: A. H. -Boyee of UcillnDrllle came 78
wltb on ' carload of sheep, hog and lamb,
Thursday K. O. Toung A Or. of Oakland,
Oregon, shipped In twe cars ot sheep, and also
two of cstttle; J. C. Dsrls of Bliediw had In
one car nf aheep. bog aad cattl. mixed: Dr,
P. S. Skiff of Seattle Bent In nm borsee.
which be wss shipping to Beettle; C. H. Vehra
of - Lebanon came In with twe car of sheep
and bog mlaed - 8- L. Overton ef Brownsville
bed in one car of cattle and aheep. L. B. Weat
shipped In eight care of sheep from 'Willows,
California, going to Caret ens' Packing company
t Tacoma; Jamea Mclntlra oeut up a bunch
of cattle on th eteamer Maacot: John Twaddle
brought In on car of horses from The Dalle,
which be will sell at auction an Tuesday st the
yards: Jones A Blsckwell of- Well Walla had
lu two rare of cattl; W. A, Oallatly cams, la
from Onrvallla wltb two care ot sheep, bog
snd Isuibs mixed. .
Friday Berkley Bro. ef Oakland. Oregon,
had In one ear of cattle.
Barurdayrr-W, C. Rddon ef Arllifgten sent tn
(wo csrloada or hog.
EASTERN HOGS ARE SLOW
Jaavrkst Dull to
Chicago, J no J. I J restock receipts:
Hogs. Cstfle. Sheep.
CblCBge ........ .....18.i0 i0 .' 1.1.10
Ksnsee City.......... 4.5i0 l'iO (H.)
Omabs U.000 ' (Ml MS
Hogs Blow' snd week to Be lower, with 3,8.10
left over. Receipt yer gn were 31.0011.
Price: Mlaed. 18.8038.38; rough, 86-1898,80;
Light. 88 3S418.47H. - -
C'attle flow. , ,: 1 . , .
Sheep Steedy. "
New Composition for 'Bricks.
ThsLoId-jUmrd. clay brlcK Is to b
supplanted by. a new mixture composed
of amorphous carborundum and Port
land cement. ; ,
To Protect Wharf Piles. V
' A Callfornlan hag patented a process
for protecting wooden wharf piles from
decay and renders thera proof against
th action of marine worms, bugs. In
sects or other animals. .' He Incloses
the section of th pile which I In th
water In an outer casing of cement,
mortar or concrete, composed of tnagne?
slum oxld and an Inert tiller Impreg
nated wMh magnesium chloride.
Method of Candying Cherries.
A. new methodofcandylnacJjrr!B
Consists of seeding, candying and color
ing th ohwrriM and stems separately,
attaching th stems to th cherry after
ward by shoving tha thicker part of the
stem within th stemhol of th cherry
and allowing th flash of th cherry
to clos and harden around th stem.
Our Country Xxchasg.
J. J. Corey- was courting In th county
scat last week. Princeton (Ma) Post.
Peyton Smith waa on th mountain
Sunday with a standing collar on. It
was jso-hlgh, that ha had to-get-on-a,
stump to spit ovr It. Russell Houts
wss on the mountain Sunday with a
pair of. patent leather shoes,. and he Just
hit th high places tn ,the road. Se
quache (Tenn.) KtwA-!tt-.-. -.; -
Say. boys, aak "Marcuse" Forrest how
h would Ilk to spend Sunday afternoon
a little way southeast of his place, and
s him turn red In th face. Corning
(Ark.) Courier i ' ... -- - - -
Ther I some talk of Grafldpap 'Wil
liams and Old iJtdy Psttljohn getting
marrlad. Mr. Williams hangs' to her
like a bat to a piece of bark. H is
about IS yearsold and she Is about SO.
Van Buren (Mo.) Current Local.
Lawrence Setfert Is all smiles. His
sweetheart - has returned. HUlaboro
(Mo.) Jefferson DerrATK-rat. 1
Kdgar Conway -put -th paint Jo tho
new barber ahop f ..... i.y mun
(Tenn.) Exchange. .- . ,
- "Tom"-Peterson got badly stuck on
th streets of Tltonka with a load of
hay. but w think that Isn't 'the only
thing "Tom", bss been stuck n. Tlton
ka (Iowa) Topic - .
Jacob - Johnson and his spry family
Are moving In th KonKlliY house, hav
Ing sold his own. and purchased a driv
ing home and keep up with Colonrl
Soung and Frank Hoover, singing ae
they go merrily. Mason .City (IU.)
Qlobe-Gajeu. . .-
Nohl Qolden is th proud possessor
of a buggy. Girls, you had better look
out AVayn County (111.) Record. -
Jamea Herring called on Miss Lucille
Burchett of near Rversonvllle Sunday.
Brookneld (Mo.) Budget.
' Want Ob Bay si Wk.
Five hundred members of the Retail
Trf Ooods Clerka' union, composed of
employe of small dealers n the eaat
side, ftew Tork City, have decided to
atrlk Ninless their demand for on dsy
S a week Is granted.
f -is ' it'
'.' '' ' : ' " .' " ' : ' . j":
Specuiatfve M arket In "San
Francisco at a Standstill
-s, with Bids and Ask. y.-
SPOT BARLEY HAS A '
iX: RATHER WEAK TONE
.' at Higher Price Export t Flour
: Trade Maa a Good .' Value New
Potatoes Are Higher.'
(Specjal Dlapetch by LMSer) Wire to Th Journal)
Man PraacbMu, June 3. Ttieee are tli fee
tares todey:- Nothing dnins la sneculatlre
wheat. ' S-aue 'trsdlug kn liecemher kerley. Himt
firm and lAJtley weaker. Oats well held.'- Corn
firm. Mill products without change. Butt-r
eteady at prevlofia price. . Cbeeea lower Br
fists, further advance- ht era.. Pew change
In fruit and vegetabat. Poultry, dull.
- II Sal f Wkaat.
Oacbsnge there Were no apecetarlrw sale
tnda.rV Pur Pecember $1.88 per ceil a! wa M4
and 1.83 aaked. - Tb caeh market waa tlruu.
Round lot of bhteatem. Port Cost delivery.
were nootct 8TBr.S8t 1 ier cenrst -and ingM
car mis not less, thsn 81.40. Kmind lers ef
club. Port Costs, were held at f I . ami 81 All,
ftl.:i3o for lees usntltlee. Red was anmbtal.
there being no a pot offerings. To . srrl.-
; was saksil. 1
Trade la Barlsy.
' December barley went at U.'.livlB6li,e per
centnl, closing at SOc. . Spot feed wes very
Week, holders willing lo sell st current prteve.
Osts were In fslr den 1 snd. but chute were
romperstlvely scare. Off are dee wer plenti
ful enough. Corn wes firmly held.
The fWiuf eipf Trkdi! hs teh ' of ftff TjTf one
anw, nrapMiermg reren conuicione; no
chsnge were reported resterdsy.
Butter wss without sny change. uKir cbee
waa tte per pound lower for flat.
-enange m esaea of eetected egge sold at 18HO
30c per dnsen, rkwlng at th hitter.'
. Cberriea were partly cracked. Kound brmurlit
r.Sol,.prlces, Soni Boysl Anne In 0-pound
boxes went st 32. and tn bulk a ranee nf "
KeiOc per pound -was anoted. ss to ctuallty.
Raspberries came In from Kaa Leandre and
Waisonvtlle. Some hackhevrlee were received.
Currant war in fairly send enantrtr. 'Clyman '
plums, bnt very small snd green, appeared m
market. Apricots ha Urge boxes brought 83
snd ether hsd ran re nf 7V.ftl.S0. Prorhr
wee held at St.onert.fio per- hot and green
cherry plum at BOe per drawer.
' ' 17w Potato Hlgker. '
New potaroe were higher. Aaparsg'u anM
higher fisr beat grade. Green peaa went ntnst'.v
to eannera at 14e ner pound. Home sstntrer
sunseh waa recelred from Coachella valley..
String beans did a little better. .
ConeMerehle noultry had to be carried Srer,
tb demend .being dark. - 1 ". ..
. Kaw York-London. Sliver. ' ,
' Hew Tort. Jun 3. Ber stiver, STUet tarn.
Bon, CI 1-i8d. . . -
arTotrr Irn Olass Blowing-.
J"b annual report efTBCTTBtg Jerger -'
bureau or stittlsttcsj Bhrrwa-that-modern
methods hav-revolutionised th glass
blowing; Industry in that state, making
It possible for th sam number of men
to double their output. Wages are much
higher than a few years agro. ? .
' ' afiasoarl fop Bryan.
Missouri has raised the banner of
William J. Bryan for th. presidency tn
1903. All th Democratic county, con
ventions held so far In that stat have
com out flatly for th nomination of
th Nebraskam i:'
' LAWN TRIMMER '
Dirt Removed Discharged at Rear of
-r Machina Upon -Walk,LL:
Now Is the time when lawn mowers,
hose, rakes and Ilk Implements ar In
-- PLACES THS DIBT OS TUX WALK- -
constant us for keeping th flower
garden spick-' anl span. - To Improve,
th appearance of th garden, a walk
or a patch should be added, and the
mora urvs th path has th mot
attractive rrrwni appeaf.ZTtie one
sentlal to a well-kept lawn Is th trim
ming of th edg where the lawn meet
th walk, which could be easily ac;om
pllshcd by th trimmer shown In th
illustration, ' Besides trimming the
edges of the lawn, It aro forms a shut
low. ditch. A novelty about this ma
chine Is the arrangement of a errato
device which gather up th dirt re
moved during th operation and dls-
ipon the Walk In such a manner a in
render It easy of collection. Adjustable
blades are used, so thst the depth Of
th trench can ji..reguiIateqV...'.i''".":""
Beer aad Bdnsattoa. -- -
From th Nw Tork Sun. , -Th
connection between beer and
higher education In Uermany is more In
timate and Important than mtshf I
Imagined. News comes from Berlin thai
th Isndlords of th onn reetsurant
have decided, owing to th proponed nw
brewery lax. to Incresse the prto ef br
by J per cent. .
Bonn Is th first university town I
take this step, which I severely con
demned in arademio t'lrclea. Th fer i
ntertalned that it will have an I
eni-c on th attndsni at the i-
ally, as th student may prefer I
In som university town whet
t -' - - --
Mr. McCstrtMnl see , l I.
toot In th puti.lt. !