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OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. IQllTLAUD. THURSDAY IzyjIJIIjO. Alu'J,: C. 1,:7.
2.. I. v., . '.TAT ION'. .
ft .. Spokane. Aa.
Boars Are Busily Encased at This
Time in Telling of Supposed Improved
inent of Foreign Hop Crop.' -
. .oot. r
B. ft Baantor..,
fe. rtwutui ,.....
S. B 1UIU motrTB.
galUag m Beattl.
gkaffwn t, Xnnean end way, part
, Sailing n. as. ' - . -'
K. . . Co.-. laMit.'.'ii J. J J
t it of sa-ie- ,...Aag. a, ja.
' . : . ui rxtABCxsoo botttb.
gef""y a . av Proa iwnMi .Vv,
trta ............. "
City Pffl, Waahlnftoa Bt
TONE IN EGGS
Beceipts of Local Stock Not
So Heavy and Demand
Showing Increase. "
avqvmt n. e, io -nraun u,
- ,'xa. u, - , , , -
Chicago end return, 871.60,
St Louie nd return. KT.it.
0t Paul, Mlnncapolia, Dulutb, Sup.
rlor, Winnipeg and Port Arthur and r.
turn, 19. ' . ' .
For tickets, sleeping oar reservation
and additional Information, call oa or
addr H. DICKSON. & P. T. A.,,
iai tbxbb it, roxnm, OB. .'
Telephones: Main MO. Homa A-3336.
Weekly might and Penge".
Berrto of th Pla SteaouUp
tear rOBTUITO vT Monday. ttOO
y. an, fan Oak-tre Book, for
EMPIRE NORTH BEND
Freight ReoedTed Till 4 p. m. on Day
TAWITrom Portland, l-olaoa,
10.00) d cla , 87.00, lanladlnr bertn
Inquire City Tlckat Office, Third and
Washington i or va-irw uvea
i! For Astoria .
i - OO OB
taily (except Thoradaya). Leaves Aldei
treat dock 7 a. m.
Bus Says 8 a. m. fx roan tain.
- noaiiuuHi . r
Columbia Elver Ocenery
BXCrVlVATOB JUSB STBAMXBS.
Pally acrrtea bet we Partlaad and U
Pauaa. eseept SoBdar. leaTtaf FerUaaS at
I I. a, arriving abaat . carry la
frel(ht aa peaaeDiera. Splendid eeoasuaada
tlmt fa eatflts and UvaeUicfc.
IMt font or Alder at. Partlaadt teot at
Coart at. Jee Dellea. Psoas Mala SI. Portias.
BOAT TAOmO STBAXIBXV CO.1
Stetnships KOANOKE ;
and CEO. W. ELDER
Ball for 'Tareka, San Fraaelaao and Loa
nirl' dlract arery Thuraday at p. m.
j lckt otUoa lit Third, naar Aldar.
Ibcnaa M. lilt- H. TOUNO. Acant.
. . Vftt ' Wl - ' V
icizzi&m Kiver lurouu Line
Staaniera of tha "OPKN RIVER Una
laay ' OAK 8TREKT DOCK ayary Mon
day, Wedneaday and Friday at F1VB
O'CLOCK A. M. for all pointa between
Portland. The Dallas and - Umatilla.
Leave early and see all the river. Ar
rive early. Low rataa. Prompt a. trice.
Telephone Wain 1101. Homa A3B37.
Transfers Filed for Record
Totaled $51,G42 Many
: Building Permits.
Realty transfer filed for record yea
tarda? were valued at I51.S4J, while the
aluo of building permit Issued reached
total of nearly (200.000. The largest
permits Issued ira for . the construc
tion of the Beck building, m savan-atory
teel office building at Seventh and Oak
.streets. v Permits were . Issued for a
dosen residences valued at from 11,000
to $7,000. Joban Paulsen took out
permit to erect a one-story frame dwell
Ing on Multnomah, between East Ninth
and Eat Tenth streets, to eost 1 7,000.
John It Bogt sold to O. F. Paztoa a
bouae and lot on Twenty-fourth street.
between Marshall and ; Northrup, for
A number of good-slsed sales of east
Ida property have been cloaed no In
the paat day or two. J. H. Truby has
urcliaed from R. R. Ruffner a nouaa
and lot on Eaat Tenth street, between
fcrhuyler and Broadway, for 14, BOO.
On Commercial atreet, near Falllna;,
P. B. Sibley ha a purchased the O. W.
Prloat realilenre, consideration 13.100.
In the aame dlatrlvt, J. W. . Masterson
lias purclmacd from L. A. Leaourd a
building site, paying $1,800 for it. Mrs.
Jennie A. Went haa purchased a nuar-ter-biock
at the enuthwent corner of Bel
mont and East Fourteenth atreets from
J. K. Kaaton, eonalderatlon 16,500: The
V.rof.erty -is Improved with a modern
- Merman Keller bought from Henry C.
:"Vebeter five and a fraction acres, near
the iM Una road, eaat of Mount Ta
bor, fur 33,500.
AYILL LOAN 3I0NEY
Ar!l-1ea rtf Incorporation of the Tn-,-
ini'1'nt Hebrew Free Ixutn aoclaty
. f In the office of the county
, . t! ik mornlnff by M. Abrama, Max
( r , i. J. Welnsteln. Charlea Good
i i. , ! A. Pctlwl. Their oblect la to
, , v to riervlng peo)a without
, '('.. The eorpotatlon la to
--,!- Tl:e pmpnrty now held
.. . 4. r. . 1 .00.
Front atreet featurea: -
Eifg tone ia Improved. 5 '" ' "
Chickena move at quotations. ' ,
' "Cant" market still In bad shap. '
. Klght cars of watermelons arrive,
l'otato market aiightly higher.
, Hop reports badly mixed. .
Oraat scarcity of meats. ' '
; Cheeae market eaaler again. .
All creamery butter la firm. ; ,
.Tomato market cleaning up. : .'
Fancy peaches find good call.
'i ' Erg Toms Xa Improved,
There is an Improved tone In the egg
market. Receipts are not ao heavy on
account of the greater deman at coun
try points. ' The volume of poor eggs
now coming' to market Is ILkewiae
greatly decreased This latter feature
ta the arMtMt iieln to values and the
trade will be in larger lota than If the
quality was - always under suspicion.
While supplies of eastern egga in this
market is very heavy; the quality can
acarcely be compared with the local prod
uet and this is making quite a difference
in the nrlce who claim they are selling
eastern eggs ana oo not mix mem wuu
Oregons and sell them as the latter
produot. . Today's prloe' for strictly
fresh candled egg ranges between 32o
and t3fee with a few single cases of
guaranteed stock sold at 33c
Chickens are moving quitefair at
quotatlona, but the trad would, not
atand any further advance in th prlc
at thl time because supplies are fully
up to requirement. i
- , Mixed Tom la Case.
The cheeae market 1 on the "fence"
with varloua values ruling. Th toni
while good In some quarter 1 dull In
other and eome are shading pricea
This cost the market th Vto advance
quoted yesterday. It -is stated that dur
ing me paai i noura ino iraui . i m
mook fell of eonalderably and. holders
there ere not o firm In their views. -A
large local handler of cheese says that
Jesterday he had a great many inquiries
or cheese, but sales were few because
of the advanced figure, ao in order, to
keep thing moving he put price bck
jranoy out ox town creamery cuiier
Is today selling at 10 and 33 Ho a pound
with sales at both, figure. Supplies of
butter sre decreasing lnstesd of increas
ing as some of the trad had anticipated
when the last advance waa made. Sev
eral city creamery men were on Front
street today trying to secure supplies
a their stock were almost exhausted,
. Bop Beport Badly IsUxed.
Report from various hop-growing
sections are badly mixed at thl time.
Thel atest report says that th big
yards of Krebs at Brooks, operated by
Chinese. I in very bad ahape. Report
of other Brook yards are to the aame
effect. Borne yarde are better than
usual In other districts, while some are
very much worse. ' Engllah report are
mixed; th asm ask.tbos coming from
Th New Tork Producers' Prlc Cur
rent gives this of th situation:'
"The local market has continued very
quiet the past week, dealers showing no
inclination to buy at prices asked, with
conceaalons in prices it 1 understood
some business could be transacted. The
eoast markets are also very quiet,, busi
ness being of small volume et last re
ported prices, Growers are still holding
their remaining stock firmly, but if the
inactivity continue there 1 no doubt
they will be willing to sell at th best
price obtainable before long. Crop new
is practically unchanged. A heavy wind
storm In New Xork state Old some asm
axe to the vine, but not to any serlou
extent. Otherwise there Is no change
reported, the vines being absolutely free
of mold. The coast crop continue grow
ing steadily with good weather. There
are some reports-of lie from Oregon,
but reliable parties claim this is Tfreatly
overestimated. - iamee irora i&ngiana
report th crop making good torogreaa,
and the outlook fair for an average
yield. Germany report cold .weather,
but bop making good progrea. and a
good crop expected. The London and
continental market are reported sotne-
t a WW ','
New York price: ;
Stat. 1006, choice, par lb......
State, ltorf, medium to prim. 13
State, 190S, per lb 3H
Paolflo coast, 1008, choice, per lb.
Pacific coast, 1008, prim, lb.. (
Pacific coast, 180, medium,, . -Paclfio
coast. 1304. psr lb,...., J
Brief Botes of th Trad.
Cantaloup market 1 still very badly
glutted for poor California and some
sale are toaay reporiea aewn to ii.no.
Betit Oregon rang between ft and
33.60 a crate. Quality of latter im
Eight car of watermelon arrived In
during tn past if noura rrom CTesno
and were la fin shape. Today price
Potato market 1 fractionally higher
today owing to the temporary scarcity
of supplies. Onion market firm for th
Tomato market Is cleaning tip well,
but nrlce is still showlnc a wlde.rsnre.
Fancy peaches are finding an excel
lent can at top values.
Dressed meat market firmer with
Front atreet price: -
arala, nonr MftJTee.
- GRAIN BAGS Caloutta , large
lots; small lots, me. ; '
WHEAT New Club. 11 Agio: red
Russian. tOfBtla; blueetem, ., 3408rc;
valley. l82c , . . ,'
CORN Whole, 128.00;, cracked, $21.00
tier ton. ' .-.
T BARLEY New Feed, 121.000100
per ton; rolled, , 131.000 3.0; brewing.
13 v 1 ce m, e -' a .
l OATS New Producer' prle No.' 1
Wniie, B.VV per lUHj srnjr, fAi.vv.
FLOUR Eastern . Oregon patents.
14.80: straights, it.zar- export. 14.00:
valley, 34.304M.40; graham, Us. 33.71;
whole wheat,4.ou; rya, sua, ..; naie.
13.00. ' .
M ILLS TtTFTS Bran, 117.00 per ton;
middlings, $26 00; shorts, country. $20;
! ld A A . V. nn til AdAlt-t A A
W . ' , . . v.wv , . w. v v w w w.
HAT Producers' price Timothy,
Willamette vauey. fancy, i..ooai7.oo;
ordinary, $12. 00 14.00; eastern Oregon,
$13: mixed. 310 10.60; clover, 17.60 &;
grain, mwiv; cneai, s.uvi.e.
Batter, Egg and Poultry.
BUTTER - FAT F. o. b. Portland-
Sweet cream. 31e: aour. fo. -
BUTTER City creamery, ttc; sec
onds, 30c; outalde faneV. 30c;, seconds.
tlViC; store, uregon, nanc
Kaon Extra fancy, candled. liUc:
aorul cnndled: 32o.
:EkiHE New Full cream, ' flats.
If He per. lb; Young American, 17ftc
WHAT DRYER KNOWS
OF SriTD SITUATION
'."" "For both potatoe and onion
a. T think the market Will bold .
e steady for awhile. Later when
th lat crop of potatoe begin -
av to move In earnest prices will.
4 likely ml fair but I don't expect
en. hla-h value tO rule OOt t
a, this moment, la any event th
4 prlc wiU b profltabl t pro-
A. '' "Phi eaJna will helD th erop
A eonaMarablV. both in OUallty SOB W
4 quanUty. ' I bav report rrom w
) ; varloua section bf th tat and e
e they all tall of fin quality ana w
e 1 good crop. Good potatoe will
a aeil almost any tlm.' Billy
4 Dryer, of Dryr. Bollam Co,
POULTRY Mixed chicken.' II He:
Lena - 13c lb: rooster, old.
lOo lb; fryer. 1416o lb; broiler. 14trf
i. ik- r,A dncka. 1 Ir. lb: apring ducks.
lfo lb; geese, old, St10olb; gpring geese
ISVst.tiO -per ,io; ium.f v''.u iu,
for old; squabs, $2.60 per dosen; pigeons,
$L?6 per dosen. Dressed poultry. lO
1 ..a per lb. .higher.
'Bops, Wool and Bide.
HOPS 10 orop-Prlm to. choice,
i)Sc: medium" to prime, 6c. contracts.
1907 crop, thie,
WOOL 1307 - clip Valley. XOOJlo
eastern Oregon,- Iff 21c
MOHA1K N 101 ZStJZIHO.
each; abort wool. 26 40c; medium, wool,
6tfvi6o each; long wool, 76ca3100 each,
TALLOW Prime, per lb, No.
1 and greaae, 2rIVjO. . .,
s CHITTIM BARK 8c per lb. . , V
, - - Trnlta and Tgtablea.
POTATOES 31 36 1.60, selling; buy
In ir. 31.25 ner sack.. -
ONIONS Jobbing; prlc New . Walla
waiia, sacc; uregon. 3.zb; gariio,
8c per lb.
APPLES New, ll.K09S.2K.
FRESH FRUITS Oranges, $4.t5t
$.76; bananas, to lb; lemons, $8.0007.60
per box; limes. Mexican, $4.00 per 100;
pineapples, 33.26tf 6 00 dosen; grape fruit
$3.26: -cherries. 8010c lb: peaches. $14
1.36; cantaloupes, 33 60; raspberries,
lOo lb; plums, 31.00: watermelons,
ltto; cultivated blackberries, 61.60
a crate; crabapples 604?75o per box;
Bartlett pears, $1.001.60 per box; ap
VEGETABLES Turnips, new. t0e9
$1.00 sack; carrota 76c$1.00 per sack
oeets, si. so par sack; parsnip, i.vvt
$1.26; cabbage, $2.00; tomatoes, Oregon,
60l6c; parsnips, OOcOll; wax beans,
lo; green, 4c per lb; cauliflower, $1,26 9
1.60 dosen; peas, 6c; horseradish, 8a lb.;
artichoke. 85c(fi7Bo dosen: rhubarb. So
lb.; green onions, 16o per dosen; bell pep-
Mrs, tow iz 4te per id: neaa lettuce.
) doa: cucumber-, hothouse, 10 0 26a
los; outdoor. 40060a box; radishes. 16e
dosen bunches: eggplant, - 160 lb;
Sreen corn, $1.60 tck; 'celery, f 1.26
osen, - . - -
- : i Groceries, Bnts, Bto. ''
' SUGAR Co be,- 26.22 Hi powdered.
$8.07 H; berry, $5.87 H; dry, granulated.
35.87H: Star, $S.77H; conf. A. 35.37H;
extra B, 3&87H; golden C $5.27H; D
yellow, 35.17 to; beet granulated. $5.77 H;
barrels, 10c; half barrel, l6o; box,
60o advance on, Back basic.
(Above price are 30 day net eaab
HONEY $3.80 per erata- , ' v
COFFEE Package brand, $15,389
SALT Coarse Halt around. 100.
$13.60 per ton; 60s, 313 00; table, dairy,
til. 1, CA. 1 AA. - E 1 ,A.
UU., .AI.WV, . V W , ,,1.,,, UBIDl,, ft.1V,
imponed IJverpool, 60s, 810.00: 100s,
313.00: ZZ48, ns.oo; extra tine, barrels,
2s, 6 and los. $4.606.60; Liverpool
lump rock, $20.60 per ton; KO-lb rock,
$11.00; 100. $10.60.
(Above price apply to Hale of lea
than car lot. Car lot at special price
RICE ImDerlal Japan. No. 1. fc. No.
1. 6 Vk 6c; New Orleana, head, 7c;
Aiax. cc creoie, i
BEANS Small white. 83.30: 1st
whit, $3.60; pink, $$.60; bayou, $3.30;
Limns. c; Mexican red. 4 Vic
NUTS Peanuta. Jumbo, tto per lb:
Virginia, 7Ho per . lb; roasted, 10c per
mi Japanese, titjfttoc: roaateo. Ttapito
per lb; walnuts, California, lOo per lb;
?ln nuts, 14 9160 per lb: hickory nuts,
Oo per lb; Brasll nut. 18o per lb; fil
berts, ISo per lb; fancy pecan. 18020a
per id; aimonas. ivcrzitoo. -
Meat. rUk and rTOylaions.
FRESH MEATS Front street Hog,
fancy. 8 Ho per lb; large, 7 So per
id; veal, extra, todjo per id; ordinary,
8c per lb; poor. 8 7o per lb; mutton,
4P at i$3l $1 1 -kaa a l-a
HAMS, BACON, ETC. Portland pack.
(local) ham. 10 to 13 IDs, 150 per lb;
14 to 1 lbs, 16 Ho per lb: 18 to 30 lbs.
16 e: breakfast bacon, 1KHO220 per
id; picnics, utoe per id; cottage roil,
HUo ter lb: regular short clears." un-
smoked, lie per lb; smoked, 12c per lb;
clear backs, unsmoked, 12c; smoked. 13o
per id; union butt. 10 to li ids, un
smoked. Se oer lb: smoked. Oo pr lb
clear bellies, unsmoked. 11 toe ner lb:
smoked 13 Ho per lb; shoulder. 12Ho
per lb; pickled tongues, fOo each.
LOCAL LARD KetUe leaf. 10c, Ho
per lb; ts, 13He per lb; KO-lb tins, 1H
per lb; steam rendered, 10s, 1140 per
lb; Bs, 11 per lb; compound, 10s. loo
Rn ner lh- ' hallhut. o ner lb: etrlned
bass, I6c per lb; catfish. 11 per lb; sal
mon, fresh Columbia cnlnook, llo per
lb; Bteelheads, 10c per . Ib; herrlttg, 6o
per lb; soles, 6c per lb; shrimps, 12a per
lb; pereh, fo per lb; tomeod, 7a per lb;
lobsters, 16c per lb; fresh mackerel, 8o
?er lb; crawflahA26o per dos; sturgeon,
2 He per lb; Mack bass, 20o per lb;
silver' smelt. 76 per lb; frozen shad, to
per id: nines coa, Ttoo per id.
OYSTERS Shoalwater bay, pr ira
full, i.,Vi , iwv-iu o n, , - v , V , ... -
rla. per gallon, $3.26: per UK-lb sack,
6.60j6.lS; Eabl. canned, 10c can; $7.00
CLAMS Hardshell, per box. ' $1.40
raaor dam, $2.00 per box; lOo per do.
Baiat,' Ooal OH, Bte, i
ROPE Pur Manila, 15 lie; gtandard.
MARK LEVY TELLS OF
THE TOMATO MARKET
, ! Fntiir.?r, list lay to
l t a t side gas blllA
4 "The tomato market 1 holding
4 quit well but no fancy price
4 ar being paid by th trade, Qual-
lty 1 still vary much , mixed
aom very good "torn" are be
ing received from nearby point
and ar finding a good "demand
around 16 a pound to the trad. :
They ar of th Black Republi
can variety.- Mark Levy. of.
Mark Levy 4b Co.
13c; sisal, 11c.
OIL Pearl ' or Astral Cases.
13 He per gal; water white. Iron bbis,
14c per gal; wooden, 17a per gal; head
llaht. 170 dn cases. llUo per gal.
GASOLINE 86 deg cases, 24Ho per
gal; Iron bbls, 18o per gal.
BENZINE 83 . deg., case. It per
gai; iron tiins.vSJO per gai.
TURPENTINE In case, 6o pr gal;
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, T4 per
lb; 600-10 lota, 8o par lb; less, iota, a 14
per lb. , ' -
WIRE NAILS Present basis at $3.13.
' " a if'
; Bout Crop 'of Grain.. ? , .
(Knerlal nDtch ta The JoernaL ) .
OnrfieUl. Wash.. Auk. 8. Senator R.
C. MoC'roskey began threshing his big
wheat crop yesterday, and said 'Tbo
yield is line ana inn grain piump ana
nice, I never expect to have a better
crop ot grain than i sm now harvest
ing." - Mr. McCronkey has about 1,800
sera in wheat and oats this season.
Wheat Got 50 Ponndg.
. . (I ccM Dlapatek to ' The lonraal.) '
. Elberton, Wash., Aug. S.WTlireshlng
waa started mere sl the f Irat new
wheat came to the warehouse testing
t iHiUnds. It I of th 4.) fold variety
and of a choice quality. Ten threshing
machine and two combined harvester
ar operating in the wheat field near
this city. Th harvest la on In full
wing. - -'
Pushing II. treat Work. .' ,
Wsverlr. Wssh.. Aug. 8. Harvest
work I being rapidly pushed and 16
threnhers will be In operation here this
week. The weath'-r Is dellshtful and
the farmers are jubilant over the great
prospects ahead for st bl yield 'of
Wheat and a big prlc fur th Same. ,
83 .70 A BARREL
Quotations for New Cjrade
- Open ut Same Values ;
I as for Old.
-, Bette Thaa Averse. , -
(Journal Special Bervlc.)
. Pullman, , Waah-, Aug, t
Threshing machine are bum
ming around . Pullman . and th
combined barrister bav bean
tarted up- thl Week. Th first
load of grain wer hauled Into
town Monday. Yield are- re
ported atfrotn tO.td 40 bushels,
th latter prevailing tn om In
stances. Little fall (own grain
1 standing,' the greater .part
baring been,' ' bound. . . Spring
gown, grain ' continue to de
velop nicely aa . weather con-
dltlona hav been Ideal for th
past month. Whil the crop will
not be abumper, It will be batter
than the averaga -.'''... '.
CHICAGO WHEAT VALUES.
leo. ; ,...934
May ,,., ,
f 2H .
Orea-on - and ' Waahlns-tnn - nlllmen
nave at last announced an opening price
on the new crop of flour. The price
named Is $8.70 for export, net Thl la
practically, th same prlc aa I ruling
ur inn crop ana snow now strong
the wheat and flour 1 on the Pa.
clfle-rcoaat. While no opening value
hav been named by millers on local
brand, th opinion i that new value
will be juat the same as old values are
at this time and that old flour will like.
ly show a fractional advance. The -trad
tnereior expect quit a rush for -old-grade
flour and on account of th am all
auppiie aom one will bar to be eon
tent wits the nev arade.... .
Local wheat valuea are-verr stead v
with much buying by miller around
CTUoaco Market Oaia.
In Chicago th wheat market opened
fractionally higher despite th bearlJh
tone ana lower o&blee coming from Llv.
erpool. . The ton crew better in Chi
cago a th aeaslon advanced, th doe
snowing gala or to to toe.
Official Chlcaaro Dries by Overbeck aV
88 - 89H
, 82H , S4
61 62H 61 H
44 45 44
42 42 42
46 .--:.-45 ' -: 44
MESS PORK. "
1820 1820 1600 1617
$10 810 i, 991 A
. 816 817 r-flt 815
860863 860 863
! SHORT RIBS.
860 883 '868 88$
880 (66 ' 866 866
7$7 787 . 78S 787
88 . ',
I 91 -
Sept. . . . '
NEVADA MTTflXQ STOCKS.
Bid Price Current Today on the
.Saq FrancUco Exchange
8an Francisoo, Aug. 8. Official bid
GOLD FIELD DISTRICT,
' Sandstorm 44c, Red Top 48c, Mohawk
$17; Columbia Mt 67c, Jumbo $4, Jumbo
Ext $1.37 H, Vernal 17o, Pennsylvania
2c, Goldfleld M. Co. $1.0,- Kendall 80c,
Booth 47a. Blue Bull 38a, Adam 13o,
eiiver nee c. May yueen no, isev.
Boy 7c, B. B. Ext 8c, Blue Bell 18o,
Dlxi 60. O. Columbia 40c. Hlbernia lo.
St Ire 03c, Conqueror 14c, Blk Rock
4o, Lon Star 22o, O. Wonder fo, Potlach
40c A, Oro 23c, Kendall Ext 2c, fiandat
Ext 4c, Mayne 7c, Atlanta 60c, Great
Bend 73o, Sknerone 20o, Empire 10a,
Red Top Ext 340, Florence 6a, Dlam'f
B. B. Con. 26c, G. Daisy $1.60. Lsguna
$1.40, Comb. Fract $2.20, Or. Bend Ext.
15c, Or. -Bend Anx. lOo, B. B. Bonansa
7 c, Kewano 78o, Esmeralda 31.14A,
Portland 22c, Cracker Jack 220, Francis
Mohawk $1.17 H, Red Hill 64c, Mohawk
Ext. lie, Lo Dillon 8o. Y. Tiger 25cA,
Grandma lfo, 8. Pick Ext. 4c, Y. Rose
bc joi. ni. Ext. so,-uoiai. von. 88.16,
vitm i x riangi jvo. t
" Ophlr $1.02 H. Mexican 0e, Gould
Curry 12c, Con. Virginia &a. -Savag
6 Oo, Hal Ar Noroross 9o, Yellow Jacket
$1, Belcher 26o, Confidence 85a, Sierra
ixev. sue, uxonequer lto, union 88c.
'- ' BULLFROG DISTRICT.
- Original 8eA. BuIlf. l6l. & 14o.Mont
Bullf. 6cA,- Nat. Bank fOc, L. Harris
2c. Amethyst 24c, Gold Bar 64c, Stein
way 6cA, Denver Buf. Anx. 3cA, Bonnie
C'lar 43c Mayfl. Cons. 87a, Monty. Ohio
Ext 7e, G. Scepter 7c, Monty. Mt 18a,
ts. iminy eo, nomniut tjon. soc
Yankee Girl 4e, Nugget 4e. Tramn Cons.
40cA. Victor 80, North Star fo, Sunset
HA, - ' ' ....
TONOPAH DI8TRICT. . ' ;
' Ton. Ner. lfoA, Mont Ton. 33.06, Ton.
Ext 31.86, ' MaeNamara 24e, Midway
760, Ton. Belmont $3.10, Ton. No. Star
jC Ohio Ton. zo, west End cons. 71c
Rescue llo. Ton. A Calif. 6c Golden
Anchor 18a, Jim Butler 88o, Ton, Cash
Boy tc. Ton. Home 6c Bost Ton. 10c A,
Monarcn ruts. kx. TC Mont., MW. EXt
8c, Golden Crown 7c. . -
' Manh. Cons. 48c. Manh. M. Co. 6o, G.
Wedge 6c, Beyler Hump 6c Dexter 12c
L. Joe 3c, Crescent 6cA, Combination. 2c
Granny 23c, Mustang 20o, Little Grey
20oA, Cowboy 6cA. Orlg. Manh. 10c,
Broncho 7e, Jump. Jack 10c Plnenut
5c, Buffalo 8cAv 8. Dog 17c, Y. Horse
sc. inaisn un; eo. -
.... " VARIOUS DISTRICTS.
Falrr. Silver King 16cA. Falrv. Eagle
$1.00, Nevada Kills $6.76, Pittsburg Sil
ver peak 31.40, NO. star wonder 40,
Eagle'. Nest 13c, .Ruby Wonder 18c
Allc of Wonder 6cA. . ;
.. . ii mm . I '
United fitatea Govcrnmeni Honds.
New ,'L.York. "Aug.. 8. Government
bond: 1 .- '
Three, registered ...,.
Threes, small bondsv. ,".
Four, registered, new,,
do. coupon .,.....,.
Twos, Panama .,....
Philippine Four ......
. - New" York-London Silver.". .
New York lua'l.. War sliver 9ton:
London $1 16-18U.
Tomorrow and Rat'irdrfy. Ust days lo
recalv discount on west aid gts bUla
'TEil PER CEfIT
Regular Dividend Declared,
t Although a Disappoint
ment Holds Price Up.
'.;' STOCK MARKET GAINS.
Cotton Oil ..... t
Locomotive . ..Ito
Sugar Ma Paclfla
Brooklyn .. . . .
St Paul !
Pel. & Huon..$
U. Paclflo. , .. ..
DlatUler ...... r
Anaconda . , . . .
Canadian ...... "H
Colo. Fuel - .' V.I Erie
While there waa om disappointment
among traders because no lncreaae was
shown in the Union Paclflo dividend de-
OAl UAU10, '
L. de N.. ,,.,,H
Ma Pacina .,,.1
N. Y Central... to
N. Paclilo t
Penn. ...... ...tl
Reading , .....
S, Paclflo ...... ,
J. 8. Kteel...,.
do pfd .......
B. A O. i to
C, : O........ H
dared today, the tact that it did not go
below 10 per cent helped to auatain th
market where it was. Fluctuation in
thl Harrtman issue were severe, the
price at one time showing a loss about
4 point from th close of yesterday.
This los waa later recovered on the
talk of an increased dividend and the
declaration of th actual rate. .
. Amalgamated Copper was th strong-,
est feature, the closing being 3 points
above that of yesterday. Almost every
stock on th list closed. with an ad
Official New York price by Overbeck
A Cooke Co.:
Am. Copper Co. .1 76
Am. Cot OIL C.I 82H
Am. Loco., c , .1 64
Am. Sugar, c. ... 114 '
Am. Smelt, c ..103 to
Anaconda M. Col 60
Am. Woolen, a. . I 22
Atcnison, c. . ,i 87
do Preferred ..1,91
B. & Q.c. ..... 94
Brooklyn R. T. . 60
Can. Pacific c. ..170
Cent Leather, e. 13
t,. ec u. w., c. ..
C. M. A St. P...
C. A N., c. . .
Ches. A Ohio ...
Cblc F. A I., 0. ,
Colo. 8outh.; c .
do 2d pfd
Del a. A Hudson .
D. A It. G., c ...
do preferred . .
Eric c. .........
do 2d pfd. ... .
do 1st pfd.' ...
Gt Northern, p..
Illinois Central .
Louis. A Nash...
Manhat Ry. ...
Mex. Cent. Ry. .
M.. K. aV T., C .
Or Lands . . . . .
Vlr. Chemical. .
N. T. Cent
N. Y.. O.ft W...
Nor. A Weat.,..
Nor. pc, com. .
Pac Mail St Co
Penn. Ry. ......
P. Q. L A C Co. 88
pre. Bt. car, c 39
Reading, 2d pfd.
Reading, lat pfd.
Rep. I A 8., c.
Itep. I. 8., pfd.
hock isiana, c. ..
Rock Island, pfd.
St L. A 8. FT. C
Bo. Pac, com...
So. Pac,, pfd..,.
So. Ry., com...,
Tex. at Pae
T St L. A W., .
T.. 8tU4W. p.
Un. Pac. com... I
U. 8. Rubber, c
IT. 8. Steel Co., o.
TJ. 8. Steel Co, p.
West. Un. Tet
96 I 86 T 8
BtU Military Academy -for Wat 'or
Two scholarships; on scholarahlp
with board, room, tuition, laundry and
other Items, amounting to 3660. Another
scholarship ss a aeparat prise for tui
tion, valus 3130. . i. , -
t Mary' Institute, Bsarerlom, Ore
gon. On scholarship In academic de
partment including lessons on any in
strument; . also board, room, etc Value
3H, Balen's Ball, day and boarding
school for girl and young ladle. Port
land, Oregon, - wo scholarships, includ
ing noon meal-
Wbltmaa CoUege, Walla Walla, Wash.
Scholarahlp .In th Conservatory- ot
Mualc valu $100.- '
Wlllamatt Tnlverslty. Salem. Oregon.
I Two acholarahlps. Ono In eltber oolleg
or pnipaniwrf utrparini.ti viiui uv,
th other in th music department
" Dallas Collage, Balla, Oregon. Bchol
rship in uilher academic or college de
partment, value 836 to $60. ,.
Portland Academy, Portland, Oregon.
Day scholarship In . either college or
academic department good for on
year, value $120.
- Kr. Walter Beed, 2ortland, Oregon.
Teacher of voice and Singing. Lsson
to th value of $100.
McMlnavlU Collsgs, MoKiiBvUl,
Oregon. Two scuoiarships. One in
either academio or college department,
valu $60; on in the department of
mualc, value $60.
fPaolflo University. Porest Orovs, Ore
go a. Two scholarships. One day schol
arahlp in the academv or college, valu
tto. un acnoiaranip .or a gin witn o
month' Instruction In music; board.
room, etc.. In Herrtek Hail. IR0.
ffaoifi College, Bewbax". Oregon. One
scholarahlp in either college or acade ay
department for one school year, $60.
B. Max Myer, 843 Alder traat, Port
land, Oregon.- One scholarahlp good tor
72 hours' Instruction In drawing, oU or
water color "alnting or pastel.
Bolm' Boslasss College, Portland,
Oregon. Fo r cholarhlp; one com
bined scholarahlp one year, value 10;
one academio or civil service scholar
ship, on year, $100; choice of either
commercial or shorthand scholarship, i
six months. $60; night course, any de
partment one "ear, $60.
Bahake-Walkes Basin r Collage,
Sortlaad, Oregon. Four . scholarships
for It months? combined course, value
$100: one -scholarahlp for months' com
bined course, valu $36; - on - scholar
hip for 8 month course, valu $70;
on scholarship for months, either
shorthand or business course, vslue 3X0
Baker City . Business College, Baker
City, Oregon. Scholarship good for one
year in shorthand, commercial, x Eng
llah, advertising and - penmanship
course, value 1uj.
Tfcteraatlonal Oorrnondao Schools
of Boranton, Pa, Portland agency 514
McKay Bldg B Bead, manager. Two
scholarnhlr: cnolie of $100 tuition in
any of the numerous, or helpful
course.- except language course or
course In locomotlv running; anotlyer
Call monev cloned lUAU nr MnL
Total for Cat, tlt,406 hanML
ANOTHER DAY AND 1
; - NO H0Q3 ARRIVED
Neither Are There Any Arrtrnls of
Sheep All Price Are Bold- '
- Portland Union Stockyards, Aug. 8.
-.' -- Hogs. ' Cattl Sheep
Today ........... ... ' 860 . ..;
Week ago 128 63 "t 48
Year ago ... r 111 , 726
Previous year ... 28 .':.... 802
Another day without th arrival of
a single hog in the local yards. Llk
wlae no sheep came. All market hold
ing steady, but unchanged.
A year ago th ton waa ateady tn all
lines. .... . . .', . .
,. Official yard pricea: " s
- Hog Beat eastern Oregon, $6.7697;
tockera- and feeders, $7l China fata,
$8.76. - -
Cattle Best eastern ' Oregon steer,
$3.76 4; best cows and helfera, .$3;
bulls, $3.v - r .- ,- . . -
Bheep Best . Wthrs, $4.26; ewes,
$4; lamb. $8. " : '':.; ;
HOGS LOSE IN EAST. ' : '
Price la Fire to Ten Cents Lower
. Receipts Somewhat Smaller. ":'
Chlcgo, Aug; 8. Official receipt;
. - . Hog Cattl Sheep
Chicago -17,000 3,600 10,000
Kansas City .... 9,000 7,000 (.000
Omaha -. 6.J00 ' 1,600 J.OOO
Hogs ar 6 to lOo lowet; left over
3.100; receipt a year ago 37,000. Prices:
Mixed $S.70i.20; heavy $5.806.06;
rough 36 8664.60; light $5.8006.16.
Cattle steady. t , , i
Sheep steady... ' F :
.. .. -,..1 '-' . .. .." '
,:; s faring Dry Cow,
- , (Special IHspatcfe te The Journal.) 1
Moscow,-Ida., Aug. 8. SIX carload of
dry milk cow have been bought tn the
Camas prairie country by F, A. Steven
of Wallace at 2He. They will be
brought here for shipment to northern
points. - The price paid is an advance
of about half a cent over last rear's
quotations and amount to about $6 per
animal. . ,, . . ,
... Higher Threshing Price. ;
(Bnertal "THapatcS to. The JouraaL)
Moscow, Ii'a., Aug. 8. Six cent a
bunhel for oats and barley and 7 cent
for wheat In th anck ar the charges
that hav been decided
iujon by the
. ,jjthrehlng men of the Palouae coi
JnJ- and the Nes Perce prairie for this
J!!;?? - . J!.y I son. Where wheat hsa-to be haul
102 ( 103
Free Scho!arl::3 for Bays Giils in
Leading Edrrcctional Insllliilicns.
Sums of Cash Also to Be Distributed Among" Industrie-';'
and Meritorious Students Who Participate 15'
s " The Journal Educational Contest,
STUDENT! Wbat ar you going to do during yaeatlont Hav "ou decided what
school or collese you will attend next year! If not bow would a cholarhip
in on of th following excellent school suit yout .
scholarship in th am to th valu f
International Ooaaerratorr of kn !
O, X. Bands, maaarer, laoil eoast 41
vialon, rortlaad, Oregoa. Three schol
arahlps; the winners to have their
choice of . any of the five different
courses taught by this conservatory
namely, piano, organ, violin, mandolin
and r-itar; scholarships include sheet
music all truotions and the stringed
Instrument - if stringed instrument
courses are selected.
Orearoa Expert College, Portland, Ore.
To a. O.ie scholasrhlp In teleKruiIiy sd,
ypewrltlng. vslue 376. Another schol
arship in telegraphy, typewriting and
Station sevice work, value 3100.
Portland Buslnee Oolleg, Portlaafl,
Oregon, A, P. Arrcatroinr. prtaolpal.
Four scholarships, as follows: One for
13 months In combined course, vslue
$100; one for 9 month In combined '
course, value $86; one for months in
combined course, val-:e f70; on for 8
months tn shorthand or business course, -value
Bo City Business Collsg. PorUaad,
Oreron. wo scholarships, one com
bined course for one school year, valu
$90: one t months' course In slt'nd
OF UUI'IIHVeiHIIK. IDU, . I
Capital Business College, Stelem, t.V.
goo. On scholarship, good, for lsat
niunLiiB tuiuun- ia iLner aepari.mnw
Oreroa Conservatory tt lCaslo, Port
land, Oregon. Course in piano with in
struction under, L. H. Hurlburt-Ed-wards.
Including vs of musio. valu
$260. . . v - '
Hug-en Basin Oollg, Bngan Ore
gon.. One scholarahlp in commercial or
stenographic course., value $100.
Western Aoademy of Mnslo, Sloesv,
tion and Vramatie Art, W. M, Basmns,
priDolpat Portlaad, Oregon. One schol
arahlp in choice of rooal, piano, violin,
mandolin, elocution, oratory and dram
gtla art, valu $200.
Bolm-Plander Private fjohool, Port
land, Oregea. On scholarship good tor'
on year neclal university prepara
tion, one year' normal course, or prno
tlcal English course for on and on
half year a, valued at 3160.
Oregon ! College, Conunonwnaltli
tmlldlsg, Portland, Oregon. Scholar
ship in the first two year ot th course,
value $160. ' -
43-Uleepl School of Bxpreaaloa, PorW
land, Oregon. Private and clasa lnstruo
tion to the value of 3226.
Albany College, Albany, Oregon. Tui- .
tlon for one school year in either aca
demic or colleg department
Pendleton Bualaeae Collage, Pendleton,
Oregon. .Vahie of scholarship $100.
Marlon Ward Paraluun. drnmaW'
reader, vaaoh f eloentlon, oratory aud -dnunatlo
ark, Portland, Oregon. Schol
are hip good for leas on a to value of $200,
Columbia University, . Portland, a
scholarahlp providing for tuition and
dlnnera on school .day during th
school year, -commencing In September.
Value $100. -
Paolflo TJnlrerwtty, . Conservatory of
Mnslo, Tores Grov, Oregon. Frank
Thoma Chapman, director. Two achol
arshlpa, on valued at $50, one valued at
$101.26, in either vocal or Instrumental
department. .- .
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BLIND INDIAN CLAIMS-TWO MEN
FIRED TEN. SHOTS INTO CABIN
Poke Scott and Ellas Williamson, In
diana,' residing on th Grand Rond
reservation, appeared at Assistant
United State- Attorney Jam Col'
office and told a harrowing tale of how
Lout Commoyer and Jim Faher sought
to taker the live of Scott and hi wife
on the night of June 8 and that they
fired 10 shots into Scott' cabin, four
of which want into the bunk Scott and
hi spouse were reclining on. --
Poke doe not know why hi life la
ought by th men whom he has named,
but believe that they went out on a
spree on night and having nothing else
to shoot at or other mean of express
ing the exuberant spirit which per
vaded their soul and anatomies, fired
a volley into the Scott cabin with the
hope, according to Poke, of bitting 'th
aged- Indian and hi wife. '
Poke 1 not only old, but blind, - He
resent a sorrowful spectacle a h 1
ed from on plsoe to another by hi
interpreter, Ella Williamson, who la
almost blind himself. Ella can peak
English, however, and Poke cannot but
is quit a fluent speaker In hi own
As th twain poured forth thatr tale
of woe and tribulation, Ella In broken
English and Pok in pur Chinook in
which ther ar said to be only 600
word, th air waa surcharged with
blue flame and red picture of Corn-
mover and Faaher wearing cloven hoofs -t
.4 . , i.. j . ..ii - tl. , j .,, , .jrvi
miim wimou .Ana. rvn, iw uaiiavaoyv-j
hav used each and vry word,Arili
Grand Rond language four -eus. .
Just what they wanted outsld of
having Commoyer and Faaher banged,
drawn and quartered wa not mad very
clear, but Mr. Col promised to look
Into th cas and If He found th right
kind of evidence would do all sorts of
thing to the guilty parties, whereat
Poke and Ellas wended their way
homeward where they expect to be
ope mor ' th target of th bullet
from - unknown and upaeen enemies.
marketed last sea eon because of th
lack of transportation raoiiittes. un
nearness of th railroad construction
has brous-ht this grain out to meet the
coming or tn XNortnern racnio mis tan.
wnicn win carry ia to marset i ak urice
that will leave the farmer a aood nroflt
on tn proouci ox nis sou. -, . ,
Threshing Stopped by Bain. ,
' Roseburg. Aug 8. Ther was a heavy
rain here vesterdav afternoon that put
a stop to threshing In this section for a
day or two at least While there Is no
material damage as yet to the grain in
stack tt will damage th late grain to
come extent, and if It continue the
damage to all grain will be heavy. Th
Crawford peach crop ia lust coming In
now and ready for the market. Several
f rowers brought in their first gather
nft yesterday. The rain will not hurt
the peaches any, aa they ar not rip
enough yet to drop. Ther will be more
than an average crop ner ana in price
are good. 'V '.-
; Easterner Want Fruit.' , 1
Moscow. Ida.' Aug. 8. Bert W. Day.
representing the Gamble-Robinson Com
mission company oi Minneapolis, is in
tha. Snake river country for the purpose
of getting together a larg amount of
son. Where wheat naa-to be hauled to fruit for carioaa snipmenis. in a tew
the machine another cent per bii'hel I days he will leave for the lower river
will be added. Farm hands ar scarce, I country to look over the fruit situation,
ond though many hsvs come 'Into the He Is dealing principally In Bartlett
harvest fields this week there Is still a
groat demand for men. The weather
conditions are Ideal for grain saving.)
Much Grain Stored.
8reelal PHrttrh to The Journal. -- -Lewlston.
Ida.. Aug. 8. More than
100.000 buftltela of grain are now stored
In the warehouses at Vollmer, which 1s
mor thsn the totnl ot hist year crop
In the locality. This condition la be
lieved to Indicate that timre , was an
normoua amount of grain that wa not
pears and Elberta peaches, for which he
says there Is a constant demand tn the
eastern- market. He is now negotiating
with th Clarkston men. -
. " '- 1 "'
Liverpool Grain Market. .
- Liverpool, Aug. 8. Official prices:
upen Close Aug. 7 J,ns
d 7 1 fcd 7s 3Hd
d 7 4 d 7 4'4d
d Ta 4Hd 7 4td
Cept ..4s U& 4 llftdi llVid
Sept. ..7 IVi
Pec. . .,7s i
Mar, .7a i-
New York Cotton Market,
Open, High. Low.
Nov. .... , , ,-
Dec . 1224
Portland Bank Statement,
Clearlnga today ..$1,085,818.$$
Clearlnga year agof......... . 791.855.1$
lGaln todaV $243,988.17
Paances today .A. ....., 139,668.88,
Balances year ago. ....,. 66,660.68
Bulb Farms of Marshland.:
From th Chicago Tribune. ,
V Th vat Industry hitherto associ
ated almost exclusively with Holland
i gaining a foothold In Great Britain
that 1 promising for th agricultural
depression there, It -1 said that th
climate of Holland I just llk th cli
mate of England, only worse.
In the fen district of Lincolnshire
there r many acre of land devoted
to the growing of narcissi, and so suc
cessful has the industry become that
several Dutch grower hav paid Eng
land th compliment of buying their
stock bulb in that country, whlj oth
er ar said to hav oonaldared stronsly .
the sdvlsablllty of purchasing ldiiVln
Lincolnshire for the growing of buiv.
so ss to compete with th Englishman,
in his own land.- - - - -
An acre of wheat or ' potatoes in Eng
land ts worth from 380 to $100, but an
acre of choice daffodils or narcissi may
be worth anything from $20 to $l,0u
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