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THE OREGON DAILY: 'JOURNAL PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER v2, 1S07.
SnrpHcs Shorter Than Ever
Even for This Time of
YearBiff . Sizes Some.
Front street- features: r V
Veal scarcity wont In year. .
f-almon not In best shape.
t-iUlway peaches are In market.
) f,'m ell at various prlcea , ;";
1 ouitry demand U very etln. -Hop
trad U exceedingly small. ,
, Jical wheat and Hour aulet. . ,.
home offer rise tor barley. v
Fancy tomatoes bring mora. H,
lirape supplies pro abegging. ..-,
Oca dealer bold back, closing. .' ;
Teal Board ty Worst la Tsars.
It has been many rent, perhapa
sine tha veal trade of Portland was-so
J uniahed aa at this time. The- reason
i..r the ,ml nrarrllr of siwDlles Is ex
I hilnable to- some extent by the great
i.rese of farm work all through tha local
territory. At this period of th year
veal aupplles ara generally anon in tne
1 ortland market, but stocks this season
r, re especially eoant. Veal is veryjike
ly coining to Portland about as fast
it usually does at this time of year.
but this season more meat than ever
it needed, because of the great increase
5n th population of this territory. A
l ntur that tends to hold back-th
vnlue of lat arrivals of Teal Is th
.-vy welRht of recent .shipments to
i.is market. - At least four out of five
vn that com her are very large
.', lomt of them " weighing 150 to
lu pounds, and even mora. A veal is
... j.t c0jB6:iiir4,. .nrsi-cuusa ..i"Jut'"
i.aniHt if it weighs luorallian 110
i.ounda From that weixht down-to 80
i.ounda. arrivals are considered th
t-roper ilia, and these always bring top
i ure if of eond ouality. But a few
of the larger meat buyers are abl to
l.anrtle the larger sixes and they ar
H-nerally able to buy tries supplies at
tiieir own figure. - - -....
alway reaches Are la KuM.
Quit a large-shipment . of - Salway
f-m-hes was ihown on the jocai marsst
ir.iiMV. RuonlJea were generally green,
1 it were In fine condition. " Most of
in-ia- will be put Into storage for futur
tmll peaches ar th burden of th
cnmniuslon triule these days. Prices re
vived ar not satisfactory ' to either
i ho buyer, seller or producer. Fancy
Mock Is rather scare and for this rea-
, n top values ar Tery easily maln-
) trA . "... ,-
weet potatoes show a heavy sal
owing to th unusually fin Ouality.
Ordinary potatoes ar holding rather
well lor weii-maiurea snipmems, ui
rrean stock Is rather hard to move at
,.uiy figure. -
Onion - market shows --considerable
shortage Phlpplng orders have in many
instances beon cut in half during th
Ht 48 hours on account of th scarcity.
1 rices, beyond being stiller, are un
clionaed. - . . . .
1 h ancy tomatoes are bringing - bidm
money in th Front street markets.
Oood stock Is selling at 60c, with iom
lots at 40a Strictly fancy In som In
stances brings a fraction more.
Grap supplias ar so heavy along
Front street tha price shew a wider
rang for th sain quality than has
ver before been seen In this market
; Crabapplea ar In good, demand around
8o a pound today. ,.
I poultry Demand Xa Trr tlt
Every on Is after chickens thes
.days along Front street and any fowl
.that wears feathers will find an eager
purchaser at th prices quoted, r Even
mall snrlngs will find a good welcome,
Although the demand for hens and ducks
,1s greatest. Call for th hitter la most
'pronounced from th Chlnesa -'
f Egss ar scarcer again along Front
(etreet, but two or thre dealers along
'the street having any supplies of lofil
ranch stock at n,r For trlctly fresh
.local eggs th price Is lto a doseti to
tday, with soma obtaining a fractional
advance In extreme caaea On account
jof th shortage of home stock eastern
seggs ar moving very freely... '
i. -wkaMi la Battsr. - v
I "I am willing to sell largs blocks of
'Albany butter at SOo a pound In order
'to clean up." This statement was mad
by Tom Farrell of Everdlng A Farrell
this morning, and shows th weakness
Into which to local butter market has
drUtad. The Albany Is considered one
of the fancy out-of-town brands and this
concession In price Is very great. Other
handlers of outsid product ar willing
to make concessions, too. City cream
eries report a very easy market, but say
they are not badly overloaded as yet:
i Xoy Trad Za Baoeedlagly Small.
' For this time of year the hep 4rada
of Oregon has never been so small aa
today. Practically no business Is re
ported and dealers say they hav not
even received inquiries regarding the
local trada Dealers are therefore sit
ting back and watching the pick before
making any further move. They are
keeping their clients In the east advised
as to conditions. . The fact that mold
lias appeared in every hop-producing
nectlon In th world this season, and
that thettrade of each district does not
hesitate to say so, t'owi th local deal
ers that truth-telling, is perhaps th
bet policy after all. .,
J Front street prioes: ,
( - drain, now aal Ti.
"'GRAIN BAGS - Calcutta, to, larg
Jots: small lota IHa
, WHEAT-New Club, 2o: rd Ru
lan, 7fro; blues tern, He; valley, tic.
i CORN Whole, It: cracked, ISO ton.
' BAHX.ET New Feed, $ 21.60 60
rer ton; rolled, 124.60 9 2S.60; brewing,
. RTr-11.68 per ewt
OATS New Proueers price No, 1
".white, $24. per ton; gray, 128.00.
FLiOtJR - Eastern Oregon patenta
$4 SO; stralrhta, t4.lt; exports, ft.to;
valley, I4.l0i4.40; graham, Hs. $3.76;
whole wheat. t4.00; .rya, tOs, S.S0;
bales, IS 00. . '
MIL.LSTUFF9 Bran, tlT.00 par ton;
mlddllnga t2S.0t shorts, country, tJO;
city, 11; chop, 114.0011.00.
HAT Prod dear's price Timothy,
Willamette valley, fancy, 1. 00(317. 00;
ordinary, tll.00ai4.00; eastern Oregon,
118 00; mixed.' $10. 00 10.60; clover,
f .ooi.0; grain, .0010.00; cheat,
Batt, Zrrs aat Feuttry.
BTTTTER FAT F. c b. Portland
Bwent cream. It He; sour, HHc.
WUTTEH City creamery, . 6o;
eeoonds, 82Hc; astTn. HHo; Stat
r-inry, ItHc; sOoads, J0J21 fcc:' stora
orxnn, XiH. ' " " ' ' :
,.,3 Ftra fancy, eandled, tto;
esmern. lt2Ja. v
YITtl LDIITED CALL
SHOWN FOB APPLES
"X hav never before ; seen
tifh a small demand for apples
s at this time. The cell Is
ery limited and then only for
x'rx fancy four-tl.'r Oraven
. A large niiinber of the
n'-rs make ti e mistake of
!..,g thPlr C; i avcnitelns too
i (sni ti e reiult Is that when
ii'-i. for a short time
cie vrry much in
y - II K "V of Mo-
.-- n f - " -
CHEESH New Full cream, , flats,
HtolsHo per lb.; Toung Americana
17 V4c per lb ; eastern, 17 Ho. ,
POULTRY Mixed chickens. ItHa
!h; fancy baa-lH p!4o lb; roosters,
old, - lo lb; fryara 14c; - broiler,
14o lb; ducks. '14o lb; gees, old, ttflOo
lb; turkeya. H&He Jb for old; squabs.
tl.60 doa; plgeona $1.25 dos; dressed
poultry, 101 Ho per lb, higher. . .
Hops, Wool aad XUUa.
HOPS 10T crop - . Chotc. T4?lc;
prim to choice, 7c; ordinary, 4 to pr
pound. ,i -s 'i
WOOL 1107 - clip Valley. 10011c;
eastern Oregon, l3lle , .
WOHAIR New 1907 Itt ItHo. "
SHEEPSKINa Shearing. It 9 10c
each; short wool. 16 too: medium, wool
6075o each; long wool, 7 5 $1 each.
TALLOW Prime, per lb, fm&o:Jio.
t and greasa t2Ho. '
CHITT1M BARK ttfTo. .-; I
- ' Fruits and Tegstehlas.
POTATOES Fancy, $1.001.2t sell
ing; buying, whit. tOc(i$l pas sack;
sweets, 1HWH40 lb. '
ONIONS Jobbing price Oregon,
12; buying, $1.60, 1.7 o; garMc, So per
APPLES New; $1.00 01.00. 7
FRESH. FRUITS Oranges. 14.889
4.78; bananaa 6o lb; lemons, $t.00ji7.t0
per box; limes, Mexican, $4.00 per 100;
rlneapplea. $3.2&6.0O doxen; grapes,
Ociiill.26; Concorda 12Ho; peaches,
40t0o; cantaloupes, $1.26Uil.60; pluma,
60S)0o; watermelons, 1 He; crabapplea,
$1.28 per box; Bartlett pear a $1,289
1.60 per box; eaaabas, $2.60 doa- . -
VEGETABLES Turnips, new, t0c9
tl.OO sack: carrots, 76cw$l per sack;
beets, $1.60 per sack: parsnips, '$1.00
$1.26; cabbage, IHo lb; tomatoes, Ore-
fon, 4060o; beana ItlJc; green,
&30 per lb; cauliflower, 80cj$1.26 dos;
ricas, 6c; horseradish, 8o lb: artlchokea
t5wv6o dos; green onions, 16c per dos;
bell peppers, Ei8o per lb; hothouse let
tuce, $1 box; cucumbers, hothouse, 18
0)260 dos; radishes. lo aoxen ouncnes;
eggplant,12He lb; igreen corn. 76o
sack, celery. $76c1.00.
Oroeerles, Vats, ZTto.
I6.7H1 berry, $6.77 H, ory granuiaiea.
$6.77 HI Btar, .S7;
60o advance on sack basla
' (Above prices are 80 days net cash
HONET $ I0 per crate, . t
COFFEE IJackag brands. ' $16.8$ 9
18.88. ' ' '
- ciaT.'n Coaraa Half ' around. 100a
tllssO per ton: 60a $11 00; table, dairy
60s. $17.a0; . 100s, $17.26; bales, $2.26;
Imported Liverpool, 80s, $20.00; . 100a
$18.00; 4s $18.00: extra fine barrels; la
6s and 10s, $4.60 6.60; Liverpool lump
rock, $20.80 per ton; 80-lb rock. fii.ww;
Abev rrles annlv
than car lota Car lot at special prices
subject to tluctuatlona) '
RICE Imperial Japan, No, 1, to; No.
x. nw3c; nflw kji ivuio, uhw, iu,
AJax, 6c; Creole. 6e .,
ucriva anoll V. t , a t:tn. larr.
whita $3.60: pink. 82.60: bayou, $8.80;
Limas. i4 86; Mexican reda 4Ha
NUTS Peanuts, Jumbo, Ho per io:
Virginia THo per lb; roasted. 10oper
lb; Japanese, 66Hc: roasted, 7 07 HO
per lb; walnuta, California, lOo per lo;
pins nuts, 14 16c per lb; hickory nuts,
10n nar lb: Brasll nuta 18o per lb: fil
berts. Ho per lb: fancy pecahs,' 11900
per lb; almonda i!21ViO. . ;
afeats. Fish and Frorlalons.
FRKfliT MEATS Front street Hoga
fanfy, 8Ho per lb; large. In Ho per lb;
veaL extra, Hc per lb; ordinary, to
per lb; poor, 8 70 per lb; mutton,
fancy. 8 o per lb.
HAMS, BACQN, KTO rortmna pacs.
flocall hamr. 10 to 11 lbs. lc per .b;
14 to It lbs. 16Ho per lb: It'to 20 lba
16 He; breakfast bacon, 16HHo per
lb; plcnica HHe per lb; cottage roll,
u nee Iht- reamlar short cleara un-
smoked. 12o per lb; smoked 12o per lb;
clear backa unamoked, 12o; smoked, lto
Ik. I'.U. K.,,,a 1 A , f 19 1 tm 11 n.
smoked, 12o per lb; smoked, llo per-lb;
clear bell lea unsmoked. llHe per lb;
smoked 114 per lb; shoulders, 11 Ho
per lb; pickled tongues, 70o each.
LOCAL LARD KetUe leaf, 10s. 11
per lb; 6a 8Ho per lb; 60-lb Uns. 11
per id; steam renaereo. iva, To
lb: Ea llo Der lb; compoundL 10a
; ta ii
TCe nee lb
FISH Rock cod; To per lb: flounders,
te oer lbi. halibut to per lb; striped
bass, 16o per lb; catfish, lie per lb; sal
mon, fresh Columbia Chinook. So per
lb; silvers, 7o per lb; herrings,
6o per lb; v soles, to per lb;
shrlmpa" Ho ' per lb; perch,- - tc
per ib; tomcod, 7a per lb; lobstera lto
per lb; fresh mackerel. 8o per lb: craw
fish, 16o per doxen; sturgeon. lXHo per
lh- hlaclr hnu. Son Mr Jb: silver smelt.
10 per iol irosen snau, jio per i, waa
cod, 7Ho per lb. "" ' -rrv
OVRTrRHahnalntM ts- A., val.
lon. $1.60; per 100-lb sack, $6.00; Olyra-
pla per gal on, J.x; per iib-io sacs,
I67ioi8.60i Eagla canned, too can; $7
doxen; saatern In shell, $1.76 par bun-
area. . .
CLAMS Hardshell, per box, $1.40;
rasor olama $1.00 per box; 10o per dos.
. Falmts, Ooal 911, Bto, ,.
ROPE Pur Manila 16Ke: standard.
cAL, o( Pearl or Astral Cases;
lHo per galr water whita Iron bbla
14o per r'.; wooden, 17o cer gal; iiead
UghC 170 deg, caaea HHo Per gaL -
uabuljinb. ss as., cases, )g per
jtt,iN.iju esaeg., casea in pr uj
on bbls, llo per gal.
TURPENTINE In caaea tto par gal;
wooden bb! llo per fliL
wmitbj L.tULLf Ton lots, i o per id;
SOO-lb lots, 8c per lb; less Iota, tHe.
WIRE NAILS Present basis at tl.lt
per keg. , t.t.. r
- Pnrchas Fruit Orchards.. .
(Special Dlspstek t Tto-IwuL) ,
Oarfleld. Wash, Sept 11. M. T.
Jackson, on of th bis fruit buyers of
the Palouse country, was In Oarfleld
and purchased to carloads of apples for
shipment east at an early data Mr.
Jackson while her also purchased the
following orchards from which the own
ers will pick, pack and deliver their
fruit on board the cars at tt cents a
box: ---The O. W. Nye orchard of 1,000
boxea Frank Hellinger's two orchards
of 8.000 boxea William Bellinger s
orchard of 1.000 boxea Mra Drew's
orchard of 1,000 boxes, and M. Byrnes
orchard of 600 boxes. Mr. Jacksoa left
for Palouse and Fa 11 on a whese he will
f urchae all the valuable orchards of
U UTieat Grades Ho. '..'
'"' (BMclal Dlspetek to Th Joaroal.)
' Oarfleld, Wash., Sept. 11. L. - M.
Locks, one of Garfield's thrifty farm
era was In from his big ranch today and
in conversation said: "It will tak at
least 10 days yet to finish up the big
Palouse-harvest.- I have lust, finished
threshing 110 acres of wheat on my
section, that yielded me 10.681 bushels.
I have sold a part of my wheat net at
tt and 70 rents a busheL The wheat
was of ths 40 fold and Red Russian va
rletlea I shall begin threshing my
oats at onca I bave 100 seres of oats
which will mak not less than 60
bushels an acre. So far, there has been
no damage by the rain. My wheat was
out In all tha rains and when I brought
tt to ths warehouse It graded No. 1." ,
United States Government Bonds.
New .York, Sept'll," Government
bonds: ' Rid.
Twoa registered ....... 106 U
de eoupon ,.,.i.,.,..106H
Throes, registered ......101 ..
do eoupon v... .101
Threes, small bonds ..,.101
!!. Columbia 8-86S....113H
soura regisira, nw..i2a
Fours 101 H
do coiixin ,
Kew York-London SUrer.
New Tork, Sept. 11. Bar silver, tto;
ixinaon, i a.
com. A... IB. I t -Ai
m3Mliii Wtgraiiulated,,, 1 Hi
Ts. 10c: half barrels. 26o; boxes.
Liverpool Cotton Lower.
IJverpool, fiept 11. Cotton futures
closed 8 to 1 H points' lower. .
- , '-- , . .. :
HOG LIARKET 25
Best Stuff Put Back to $6.50
to $6.75 oh Accouit v of
V Shipment of Stock Stuflf.'
" LOCAL LIVESTOCK RUN,
- , Hoga - Cattla Sheep.
Today ll -. zzo
Week ago .......161 . . '61
year ago . , . . ,
Portland Union Stockyarda Sept. 11.
There was weakness in all lines of live
Stock today due to the Indifferent atti
tude of the packers. The weakness is
more apparent In hoga than ' In other
llnea This latter condition Is due at
this time entirely to the fact that local
hog raisers still persist la trying to un
load a lot of stock hogs on a very un
willing market. Today's drop of tto in
beat stuff Is ths outcome and If stock
stuff continues to come It will likely
cause a further concession in the price
Cottle and sheep, while dull, were
unchanged today at the former range.
A year ago on this Hate all lines were
rather dull snd easy with the tons of
sneep rather shaky. .
Official yard prices: ' 5
Hogs Best eastern Oregon, $6.60
$.75; stockers and feeders,, $6.00 9 t.l
China fata. $4.00. - . -
Cattle Best eastern, Oregon steers,
$S.S6 4.00: best cows and heifers, $1.76
01.000: bulla tl.7tctl.00.- . -
Sheep Best wethers, $4.80; mixed.
st.vv; uunoe, ii.svub.uv.
Cattle Again Role Slow.
Chlcego, Sept 11. Official run:
Kansas City... $.600
Omaha ....... 8,000 6.000 2,000
Hogs are steady; left over from yes.
tetday 1,100. Receipts a year ago were
lt.000. Mixed, $S.86igt.6t; heavy. $00
i 26; rough, tt.6696.t0; light 18.109
t.$o. . .-.. ... .
Cattle Slow. - '
Sheep Steady. -: '
A VERY SHARP RISE
0..-.V" .;:.:'.,. i'-l. w .. e
4 - twowers OsJled Off Agats. " ;
Western Oregon and Westent
4 Washington Probably fair to- e
d ' night and ' Friday, except. show- 4
d ers near coast; westerly wlnda
4 - Eastern Oregon and Eastern ,e
4 Washington Fair tonight and
: Friday. - , ' ..- -
4 ; Idaho Showers -' tonight or v w
4 i Friday; cooler tonight and oool w
4 or 'southeast portion Friday. - 4
. CHJCAOO WHEAT VALUES,
Sept 11 Sept 11 Gain. 1108.
T JA" 1
(Leased Wlr Overbeck: Cooke CoJ
Chicago. Sept 12. The wheat market
opened slightly up, despite Initial Liver
poor cablea- The latter Improvement
on the other side and the agreaslve buy.
ing vi sauna wno soia yesteraay sent
the market 1H to IHo up at the closa
To som extent the rally was due to
reports of further damage In the Canad
ian northwest frost -reports coming
from that section. .
The primary receipts ' were 841,000
bushels, compared with 111.000 bushels
a year sgo. This was a bearish fea
ture. Argentine - shipments ara esti
mated at 400,000 busbela
The Iowa state crop bulletin ' says
the nights are unseasonable and cool
but there was sufficient Varmth - by
day to promote the ripening of the corn
crop, though the process is slower than
may be desired in view of its general
backward condition, v, , - - '
' ' '' .-. ., Open, HI,
H . i
Sept .......... tiu 14
Deo. 7H Mli 'lTK 98
May ..-..-J01H 10f 101 H 104
.: : OA
62H . 62 6l2 tl
s 61? 64J tljj" t4B
Sept ........ 101 101 'tOt'
Oct ....... til 911 07
Jan. ISO 882 . 877
"' ' Tvir?' SHORT BIS&
Sept 85T 8S7 ' 858
Oot .. 861 887 881
Jan. r..... 117- 817 tit
Lrrerpool Grain Market. " "',
. Liverpool. Sept 12. Official pHces: ,
..',.;..' ' ' wheat. 1 :"
' Open. Closa Sept 11. Oaln.
Bept.....Ts$Hd 7stHd 7s 6 d , d
Dee......7s8Hd 7e8d 7s8d d
March.. .. 7sHd TslHd '7$ $ d Hd
' 1 7 "' '" ""'7''. CORN. -j r -
Sept..... 6s 6 d 6s6t,d 6s6d ...
Oct......tstd tsigd tstgd ...
PE0FITS IN CENTEAL :
y. 0KEG0N FRUIT FARMS
' tSpectal Mepsteh te The fsarasLt
Prlnsvnia Or Sept It A trip to'tbe
ranch of William BoeclL which la situ
ated ahour 10 miles north of -this Tilace
on ths Crooked river, reveals to every
on th possibilities of central Oregon
as a fruit-growing section. .The ranch
IS Just at the water's edge and In a
gorge over 1,000 feet from the level of
the -grain-growing , section of Crook
oounty. ' ,
Although there ar but about 11 acres
In ths body that Is In bearing orchard,
fruit of all kinds Is raised in great
quantities, including grapes of the finest
varieties snd other kinds that ar com
monly cleaned as tropical frulta
. This orchard three years ago pro
duced over 1,000 bushels of winter ep
Dlea all of which were readily marketed
at $1 per bushel In the local market
The value of thefrult marketed this
year will exceed $4,000 and does not
Include vegetables, of which Mr. Boegll
raises an abundance.
Considering the fact that this ranch
was purchased but two years ago at ap
proximately $10,000, ths profit on this
kind of an Investment ar apparent
1 Portland Bank Statement.
Clearing's today . ......
Clearings year Sgo ....
Gain today '....:'........$ 846.181 17
Fnlancna indsy 3Mnn3J
balances year ago ...... . lfi,J42.i6
61H 60 61HB
61 ' 68H- 6DHB
80H ' 61 t0B
.Ta . "
Fruit Supplies of All Kinds Greater
This Tear Than- Ever; in th Front
Street Markets Prices Hold, Too.
HIT VERY HARD
Amalgamated Drops 3 14
Points on Report That
" Mine Will Shut Down. ,
, - STOCK MARKET' LOS8ES. '
Amalgamated , .$ Vt
Car As Foun. ... H
Smelter, com... 4
Anaconda ...... 1H
Bt Paul ....,..lfc
O, St O ) seel y
Q. North, prat. 1
U. S. 6teef.....lH
do pfd, 1
L. 4k N. ........ 1H,
Mo. Pao. IV
Nat. Lead .....1
N. P. .
S. ' P. H
U. P. . , . , .. ,1 H
(Leased Wire Overbeck V Cooke Co.)
: Wail Street, New York, Sept 12 The
report of the failure of a large indus
trial concern and the curtailing of cop
per production by a shutdown of the
Amalgamated mines In the Butte dis
trict forced the stock market sharply
lower today. . : -
industrials were tne cnier sunerers,
but rail shares war likewise bumped.
' The success of the bond sales did not
Influence sentiment The weakness in
coDDer. caused bv the unsettled condl
tlon of the metal, .precipitated liquida
tion la Amalgamated and uAnacosai
In London, American stock .were
strong. 144 to 1 point higher. Consols
were firmer there and th Bank of Eng'
land rate remained unchanged, - . ,
Official stock ran ge
jim. uko., o...
Am, Sugar, 0...
Am. Bmtut.. e
Ana Mia. Co.,
Atchison, . o. . . .
BaL Ohio, o.
Brooklyn R. T...
Can. Pao,, o...,
Cent Leath., o,
' do preferred.
Chi. 4k O. W;. .
C M. 4k St P...
ChL 4k N. W.. o.
Chesapeake ac O.
Colo. F. & I., e.
do Id pfd.,,.
' do 1st pfd.. ..
Del. tk Hudson.
. & R. a., o. ..
do preferred . .
ot. Mortn., pia..
Loula ds Nash...
Max. Cent Ky.
M. K. at Th o.
Oregon Lands . .
Mauonai teaa ,
M. x, central..
N. T, O. 4kW...
N. A w.. a
do pfd. ......
North Am. ...
Mar. Paclfla. a.
Pac M. a Co.,!.) 16
Penn, Ry. ....... 120 H
P. O., I 4k C CO.1 87
S I V
f. meet tjar, c. I is
Reading, o. . .... 16H
do 8 pia.. ...,)..,.
do 1st pfd....
R. L eV 8., o . . , .
- do pfd,'.......
Rock. Is., o.....
& Lb 4k 8. Flpf.
do 1st pfd......
So. Pacific, w
do. Railway, e,
Tex. & Paclfio
T S, L. at W, a
TJnlon Paclfio, a.
7J. 8v Rubber, O..
do of d
U. 8. BteelCo, cl
ao pia. ,., . m. .
o 10) ion
W.- V. Telegraph
.Call money. 1 per oentT
Total sales for day, 180,100 shares.
Boston Copper Market.
Boston, Sept 11. Bid prlossi
Adventuro . 1
Ailoues -. ..i so
Arcadian . 4
Calumet . .100
Cop. Ranga 67'
Daly West. It
Elm Rlvar... t
Greene Can. 1
Mass.- ..... 1
Nevada Con 1
N. Butte... 47
Old Domln- 28
Osceola .... 10
Parrot , .... It
Qulncy . ... II
uniiea tjon. . te .
Utah ......... tt 1
U. B. Mining , 87
Sup. V Pitts.. 104
Butt Con. ..16
Cat 4k Aria .108 .
Black Mt .... 4
East Butts 6
Nlppisslag ... 7
Ipex ....... 1
New .York Cotton Market,
Open: High.. Ixw. 11. 11.
....lf08 llll 1171 118,1201
.1210 1X1W Jlt , 11VI 1IU8
March ..1.1117 1117 110T 1186 1111
Anrtl 1220 1220 1220 . 1208 1217
May ......1221 1226 1198 1206 ,1211
Sept .... 1206 1167 1171 1181
Oct .....1100 1201 1117 1181 1111
.1204 ' 1104 1176 1186 1117
PRICE8-0F NEVADA '
. .. SHARES IN FRISCO
(Leased Wlr Overbeck Cook Co.)
San Francisco, Sept. 11. Official bid
prices i , ' "
, GOLD FIELD DISTRICT.
Sandstorm' 46e, Mohawk $16.60, Co
lumbia Mountain 4c, jumDO jai.
8 17 iA. Vernal llo. Pennsylvania 2c A.
Kendairtjo, Booth 45c. Blue Bull 88c,
Adams I2o, Sliver Pick 45c, May Queen
12c, Nev, Boy 7c, B. B. Kxt to, Blue
Bell 10c A, Dixie 6c, Hlbernla cA. St
Ives 8 So. Conqueror tc. Black Rock 4a,
Lone Star 21o. Great Wonder IcA, Pot
latch 40a, Oro 19c, Kendall sExt. 11c,
Sandstorm Ext. 4c, Mayne to, Atlanta
48o, Great Bend 63c, Kmplr llo. Red
Top Ext 26c, Florence 84.26, O. Daisy
11.4V, com pinea f ractions $z.vo. ureat
Bend -Annex So, Great Bend Ext 12o,
B. . B. Bonansa. 60, Crackerjack 19o,
Francis Mohawk $1, Red Hill 680, Mo
nawk Kxt llo. Spearhead Gold teA.
Lou Dillon llo, T. Tiger 210, Grandma
LARGE PEACHES ARE
BRINGING A PREMIUM
d "Large-slxed peaches are rath
4 r scaroe along Front street
and for this class of stock th
4 . pries Is vary good today, Thar .
4 remains too great a supply ot
4 small stock and this results of
4 , course In a rather low rang of
4 values 1 for them." Levy A
4 8plegU-'; '
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I - V '- I ; I J I I I' fDnlUd Press teased
lAtnaL CoDDer'CoJ- 65 6S ?tL 60 iL61 V4.1J4anlls Sep
.toT. TsflsT.e F,o...tirW 88 S Bmlth has
.000 -6.000 Am r r.n . tt I I i2l sttxZ : OX
w I AST fw I A y I .r 7 I At d I
111H 1HH 110H 110
17c, S. Pick Ext. 7o. T. Rose 60, Crl.
Mt. Ext. 4cA, foldfleld Con. $7.60, Dla
mondfiold Triangle 19a.
Ophtr $1.18, Mexican tto, Gould A
Curry 22o. Con. Virginia 79c, Savage
84c, Hale Norcross $1, Tellow Jacket
$1.16. Helcher llo, Confldenc $1A,
blerra Nevada 41a
Original 6c, Bullf. M. C. llo. Mont
Built $0, L. Harris lo, Amethyst 21o.
Gold Bar 60cA, Stelnway 6c. Ienver
Buf. Anx. toA, Bonnie Clare 40, Mayfl.
Cona llo. Monty. Ohio Ext 60. O.
Scepter 80, Monty. Mt llcA, Homestake
Cona. 880, Yankee Girl fcA. Nugget 4c,
Tramp Cona 14a, North Star tcA, Sua
Ton. Nev. ii Mont Ton. IttO. Ton.
Ext $1.80 A, MaoNamara llo. Midway
780, Ton. Belmont $2 91, Ton. No. Star
llo, Ohio Ton. lo. West End Cona 77o.
Resou 18c, Ton. 6V Calif. 4c. Golden
Anchor llo, Jim Butler 83c, Ton, Cssh
Boy to, Ton. Home 4c, Bost Ton. lOoA.
Monarch Pitta Ex. to, Mont Mid. Ext
80, Golden Crown to.
Mann. Cona 16c, Manh. M. Co. tc G.
Wedge to. Seyler Hump 60, Dexter 12c A,
L. Joe t4cA, Crescent to. Combination
2o, - Granny lie. Mustang 20a, Little
Grey 16c A. Cowboy to, Orlg. Manh. 9cA,
Broncho 80. Jump. Jack 14c, Pinenut 7o,
Buffalo 6cA. S. Dog lOo,, J. Horse lo,
Indian Camp 7a - - - ..:
.. VARIOUS DISTRICTS,
' Falrv. Stiver King lOeA, Falrv. Eagle
$1.40, Nevsda HUls $6.26, Pittsburg Sil
ver Peak $1.37 H. No. Star Wonder 6cA.
Eagle's Nest 82c, Ruby -Wonder 26cA,
Alice of Wonder tcA. - .
LADROuE CHIEFS TO
QIE FOR BRIGANDAGE
Governor-General Smith Re
fuses to Intercede for
refused to intercede ,ln the
Mscarle Eakay and Julian
Devasa. sentenoed to die tomorrow.
Tha condemned men are Lad rone chiefs
and hav confessed to brlgandaga The
Filipinos ar demanding a light sen
tence, .while the Americans demand th
xtrsme penalty. - -- - -
NEW COMPANIES FILE
THEIR STATE PAPERS
If err Railroad Company Front Idaho
"" to Battel Montana," Records
- Articles of Incorporation of flv new
concerns have been filed In ths office
f th county clerk, among them a rail
road and a. laundry. .
- Tha - Bitter Root . Railway company
was Incorporated .by W. W. Cotton, C
O. Sutherland, aad tt" F. Conner, "to
build a road ' from Lapwal Junction,
Idaho, to Butte, Montana, about 160
milea Capital stock. 1260,000.
Articles of Incorporation of the Stats
Laundry company war filed by Fred C
King, D. Van Zante and John van Zanta
Capital stock, $26,000.
W. J. Forrester, A. B. MaoCtellan and
M. B. Meacham filed articles of Incor
poration of th Box Canyon Coal com
pany. Capital stock, $10,000.
Tha Covey-Wai lace-Preston ..." Motor
company was Incorporated by H. M.
Covey. W. IX Wallace and D. H. Pres
ton. - Capital stock, $60,000. --
A. J. Enderlln, Frances C Klrby snd
Nelson G. Freeman filed articles of In
corporation of the International Post
card 00m pan y. Capital stock, $6,000. -
ON COOS BAY ROAD
" (TTnlttd Press Leased Wlr.)
San Francisco, Sept 11. Work
prooeedlng rapidly on the southern Pa
clfio extension from Drain to Coos Bay
It Is expected that great progress will
be made this fall so that the ling will
be finished next year.
11 Per Cent Net
Justness property. East Bide, Inoome
46 per month. Get full partlonlars at
Oet Busy. OsU This Afternoon. -
WALDO P. -STEWART
111 Commercial Block.
A l. .
RED UC ED RAT S
, ( .... TO THE)
OREGON STATE FA I R
v ' SALEM. OREGON, WILL BE MADE BT '
The Oregon R.R.tSlVavIfiratlon Co,
" . - '..' 7 AND TOT " ' . ' ." 1
Southern Pacific Company
7,r.; xjmxm iv ouaoi
Frm AU Points In Oregon on the Basis f
i PARE AIND) A THIRD
Remember, Thursday, Septr 19
- ,'7; v s":7 : v. ,:-',. '--, -
A Flno Projtram
Round Trip Tickets
Call at City Ticket Offlos, Third snd Wsshlngton ' streets, Portland,
or any agent in Oregon for further Information. .
WM. MoMURRAY, Oot'I Pm. Xgtnt
-V7. . : . . . ... rornxxduro. obsooit. ',777 ;,.:77;t7'-
Low EMes East
Final dates of tale this season' for
the special round trip tickets to th
, east. -
Secure berth reservations at once. ,
CURB DISBASBS n OF MBIN -
Thoss wh hav bn disappointed by aheap and ' aaskflled
specialists are earnestly requested to Investigate my methods
aad terms without delay, which, had thsy don In th begin-.
xUng, would hav saved thm lima, pain, sunt and money
I aUAJsAJrTUB AJT ABSOXiTTal AID ziAnTZaTO OTXaVB.
Oenorrboea, Syphllla Blood lola. Skin Biaeases, Soreev Ul
.. .eers. Stricture, Tarloooele, Bydrooele. Hexrous Peollae,
Weakness Files or Caconlo Diseases f the . Bldnsys and
I charge for cure only; nothing-for fallurea Inveetlgate :
and learn that my word Is good. Twenty-five year of suc
cessful practloe and thousands of euros Justify this asser
tion. . ' - , - . "
CaU or writ SB. T. J. KBBOB, 181 First UU Fortland, Ox.
"-vn. , .. f
O. R. A N., September 11. 14. IT and
It. Final return limit September 21
O. R. A-N. tickets must be validated
: for return by Southern Paclfla Agent
at flnlem or at Fn I r Grounds.
SOUTHEKN PACIFIC CO., September
16. K, IT. ltlt. 10 snd 11. Final
; . return limit September 21. , ' . .
and tm Qrand Tims
- Call on or address
A. D. LCHARLTON
a. a p. a.
Motrltoa; St. .7 ..Portland, Or..