Document 23432

THE
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL. NEWS
The weather yestercay was very" unfavorable for business In the dtr. but country orders vert quite nurae-ou-s,
and no complaints
were heard. The weather has shortened the
supply of mall fruits this week, and according to report the cherry crop Is about ruined,
the rain havlnp cracked nearly all of the best
varieties of the fruit. The California steamer
arrived yesterday, but had a much smaller
consignment of fruit and vegetables than
usual. There was not much change in the
price situation. The wheat markets .were
steady, and flour advanced another 5c per barrel. Poultry 1$ doing a little Tetter this week,
and the egg market Is higher. Butttr Is steady,
stocks cleaning up as fast as' they are received.
Effect.
Crdp-Daxaa-
July wheaMn Chicago touched 70c soon after
the opening yesterday, wobbled unsteadily for
awhllp. and on. proflutaklng slid off to 77&e.
recovering: later lo 78. and then closed steady
tT7e bid. These figures are quoted to show
the excited condition of the wheat market at
the present, time. The close yesterday was at
a net gain of. lO&c per buthel over the close
two weeks ago. Walla Walla xargoes In Liverpool were quoted Ihen at 27s Od per quarter,
and yesterday at 2Ss Od, thus showing that.
"hlle wheat had advanced over 10c per bushel
In a fortnight In Chicago, tt has advanced but
Sc per bushel during the Fame period In Liverpool, which Is the world's market. The fact
that the Chicago market has held Its advance
and scored gains almost uninterruptedly for
rwo weeks, may be. taken as conclusive evidence of the perlous natura of the crop damage throughout America's greatest wheat dis-
tricts.
rat.
812c;
unk. 503S0c; otler (land). $4
68; panther. - with head and flaws perfect,
$163; raccoon. 25SS0c: wolf, mountain, with
head perfect. $3 50 5; wolverine. $2 5033;
beaver, per skin, large. $07; do medium, per
skin, $4S; do small, per akin,, $102; do kits,
per skin, $13.
Tallow 55V4c; No. 2 and grease, 2QMc per
poubd.
Hides Dry hides. No. X. 16 pounds and upward. 14015c; dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 10 pound's.
15c per pound; dry calf. No. 1, under S pounds,
less than dry
1516c; dry salted, one-thi(lint; salted hides, sound steers, 00 pounds and
CO
over, 73 Se; do 50 to
pounds, 7Kc: do under 50 pounds and cows, Tc: kip, 13 to 30
pounds. TVtSc; do veal. 10 to 14 pounds, TUc;
do calf, under 10 pounds, 7c; green funsalted).
lc per pound less; culls (bulls, sues, moth-eate- n;
badly cut. asored hair slipped, weather-beate-n
or grubbj), one-thi-rd
leas.
Meat
sad Provisions.
Mutton Gross, best sheep, wethers and
ewes, sheared. $3 5033 75; dressed, TffTHc per
pound; Spring lambs. &5VrC per pound gross.
Hogs Gross, choice heavy, $5; light, $4 50;
dressed, 5Cc per pound.
Veal Large, 6iC7tte per pound; small, SQ
8c.
Beef
Gross, top steers. $404 50: cows, $3 50
dressed beef. eQ"itc per pound.
Provisions Portland pack (Shield brand)'
Hams, smoked, are quoted at 13c per pound;
picnic hams. OJic per pound; breakfast bacon.
13Hc: bacon, Oci backs. 014c; dry nalt sides.
87wc; dried beef. 174c per pound; lard.
pails. 10c: 10 -- pound pails, oc: &0". J56c:
tierces. SHfec per pound.
Kasem pacK (Hammond's)Hams, large. 12?ic; medium, 13c;
small.
picnic hame. 9J4c; shoulders,
breakfast bacon. 12c; dry salt side. Si
9c:
OVic; bacon side, OiiSlOe; backs. 0?ic; butts,
ic; lard, pure leaf, kettle rendered, 5s, 10!sc;
Cf4.
13:
The action of the Lherpool market, however. Indicates either that the foreign buer
It taking these damage reports with a grain
of salt, or else that he In willing to admit
10s.
them to be fully as bad as they are painted,
and still is not fearful about securing all of
the wheat needed from the carry-ovstocks
NEW YORK STOCK 3IARKET.
of this country, or from the apparently
Liquidation Checked and Outside
Argentine crcp. The regular market report from Chicago printed in yesterday's
Demand Caused a Rally.
Oregonlan was about the most "bullish" affair
NEW YORK. June 10. The liquidation ot
that has yet happened, but Liverpool, In cloe stocks was checked today, and, after the detouch with" the situation, ftlll held off, and cline of
and Saturday, there was a
refused to advance quotations. The close proxsufllclent demand from outside
to acimity of ChlcoffO to the affected districts has complish a rally in rrices. xhreshorts
was no evi'undoubtedly given he outlook a gloomier view dence of any buying outside this narrow prothan it presents to the operator who views It fessional clrcl, and the demand dwindled
irom afar. Admitting that the American crop away to practically nothing as prices roso
lias been cut down to 500,050,000 bushels, as over last night's level. The room traders
asserted, tbero Is still recesity for a shortage
turned to the long side, and attempted to bid
elsewhere In the world, in order to force the up prices against the shorts,
they met
European market to folio? to It limits the with very slight success, and a but
late break In
advance in Chicago. Ac a matter of fact, the New Tork traction .stocks caused a reaction all
.American crop for the past 10 years has averarourd and wiped out pretty much all of the
aged but 503.000.000 bushels ranging down early gains. The slllny through commission
from the record crop of 075,000.000 bushels In houses. wIil'lLwas the striking evidence of
180S to 39n.O00.000 burbels In 1S03.
weakness in yesterday's market, indicating, as
A recod of the quotations ' tor the "short-crop- " it did. the letting, gd of stocks, by tired investyears does not show any sharp
ment holders, was'on a' small scale today, selldue to the smallness of the crop in ing orders of this character causing a re-- "
'this country, tor In 1S93. O0"4c was the top action
the opening. In sympathy with
'figure on July wheat In Chicago. The rmall London, after
and the sellers started
put out
ed
by one of short lines. But they soon detected tothe cessayield of that year
4Cft.00O.O30
In 1891, and that of 1S05 was but
tion of liquidation.
4C7. 000,000 bushels, while in 1S90 it dropped
Tho large borrowing demand for stocks last
July wheat was night served as a warning
back to 427.000.003
to the bears that
OOc In 1S04. a year later It was 74c while the short Interest was becoming
unears, it wieldy, and tliey followed London'srather
In 1800, the last of four "short-crop- "
example
liad fallen to C2UC Then, with the 1807 crop and Btartea to cover. Tho market then
fell
of 530 000.000 bushels, the price shot up to back into its purely, professional character,
71)?c. ahlle the record-breakof 380S was not and drifted aimlessly for the rest of the day.
weighty enough to prevent the price going to The steel group was Inclined
to weakness, with
SSc
atho exception
StceL which was firm
It Is apparent from these figures that the on expectationofofFederal
on the common
a
dhldend
American farmer !s dependent on pomethlng Ihls
Union Bag.
common and
besides crop damage in this country to enable preferred, and Pacific Mall both
showed notable
2ilrn to secure the best possible prices for his
strength.
liquidation
The
seems
cessation
of
A heat.
It la also apparent that Liverpool's to have
caused by revised estimates of
apathy at the present, time Is duo to the be- the motivebeen
strength In the wheat martho
of
lief that enough of the shortage in the Da- ket, additional Importance bMng given to the
kota. Minnesota and Ohio will bo mads up fears of European complications over China
by Kansas, Oklahoma, the Pacific Northwest and less apprehension being felt over the crop
and other localities where a bumper crop is
Tho fact that foreigners were selloomlng along. If tho Fren-- h crop should provo situation.
ing romewhat in this market did not eeem to
a. failure, as it did in 1S07. the response In affect this feeling.
Growing attention Is being
Liverpool to the present strength in this counto the money market outlook. In view of
try would be moet emphatic Until this con- paid
the shipment of gold to Germany today, and
tingency arises, or same other unfavorable
die Intention to mako 'further shipments to
factor presents itself. Liverpool will continue Franco on Thursday.
to follow our advances wlth.haltlng footsteps.
It Is felt that this drain on New York's low
The mos,t unprofitable feituro of the situation
level of surplus reserves, joined to domestic
irom the Pacific Coast growers' standpoint Is conditions, must have an early effect
on the
the Tact that ocan freights are about Sc per local money market. The demand from Bertoushol above the average rate for the past
Is said to be for the purpose of meeting
lin
seven years, and So added to present .quotations the need of the semiannual settlements on July
In Portland would move considerable wheat.
1.
This would leave a short period for the
contlnuMico of the demand. The Bank of
TSnulc Clearings.
England lost gold td Germany today, and a
Exchahgea. Balances. sjmptom of Its dissatisfaction was the rais$301,700
30.70
Portland ...-- .
f 3S.4SJ
ing of the price of gold &id an ounce. The
156.01G
Tacoma
price of American eagles was at the same time
2O0.KO0
47C524 ,
8eattlo 1
an ounce, raising the question
Spokane
194.S30
57.431 advanced
whether the British institution Is to Join in
being
tho
demands
made on New York for
.PORTLAND MARKETS.
gold.
The Subtreasury Just now Is making heavy
"Grain, Flour, Etc.
disbursements on account Of pensions, which
The failure of the Liverpool market to rehave been sufllclent slneo Friday to offset the
spond to the strepgth in Chicago has a depayments made by the banks for the gold excidedly unsatisfactory effect on the local market, and business Is of small proportions. There ported. But the $5,000',O30 Government depos
called In by the Government are due next
3s a variety of prices quoted, but 50c for
Walla Walla seems to bethe best figure that Monday, and no part of the installment has
yet
been paid by the banks. Meantime. New
can be traced to a reliable source, with some
of the exporters declining to go above 55c, York exchange at Chicago fell from 30 to 20
premium.
Indicating, a decline of the flow of
which is about all of the advanco that has
been Justified by the course of the European currency from the Interior to Now York.
Tho bond market was dull and prices went
snarket. Valley is easy at 55c, with reports
lower. Total sales, par value. $1,275,000.
from tho country that more has been offered.
Wheat Walla Walla. 5Tff5Cc: Valley. 53c; United States new 4s declined i per cent, and
old 4s and 5s i& per cent in the bid price.
bluestem, 57c per bushel.
BONDS.
Flour Best grades. $2 7003; graham. $2 S3;
superfine. ?2 10 per barrel.
U. S. 2s, ref.. reg..l03 ID. & R. G. 4s
09
do coupon
Oats White. 3435c; gray. SZQXic per bushel.
.,103'SJGen- - Electric 5s...ll7
i.IOO IN. Y. Central lsts.lliu
do2s,,reg
Barley Feed. $14(15; brewing, $10 per ton.
- do 3s. reg.,.....109
(Northern Pac 3s.. 0CI4
Mlllstuffs Itran, $12 50 per ton; middlings,
109 j do 4s
do coupon
1U3'
518i?10: shorts. $13; chop. $14.
do new 4s, rcg...l34H:Oreson Nav. l6ts..l09
Hay Timothy, flOQll; clover. $77 50; Ore-so- u
134141 do 4s
do coupon
102
do old 4s, reg,..114. Oregon S. L. 0s..127'4
wild hay, $07 per ton.
do coupon
113H do con. 5s
114U
do 5s. reg....,.113 IRIoGr. We3t-- lsts.100
. Butter, EgTKft, Poultry, Etc
do coupon
113 1st. Paul consols... 170
;
& P. IstsllOU
(St. P.
Butter I"ancy creamery,
ctorc. 25c Dist. Col.
Atchison adj. 4s.. 83Vi do 5s
120U
per roll. ,
C. & N.W. con. 7sl43 (Union Pacific 4s. .100
Eggs
per doren.
do
S.
deb.
Cent. lsts.... 00
5s.U7iWls.
Poultry Weak; chickens, mixed. $33 50 per D. & R.F.G.
lsts. .103 I
dozen; hens. $& 50; spnnss, $1(3; ducks, $3
STOCKS.
04; geese. $4Q5 per dozen.
Cheese Full cream, twins, 12&l3c: Young
The total sales of stocks today wcro 291,490
America, 14d per pound.
shares. The closing quotations were:
24
Union Pac pref... 717i
Atchison
70Si! Wabash
do pref ....
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc.
do pref
& Ohio....
74vsi
Bait.
Vegetables Parsnips, $1; carrots, 75c$l; Can. Pacific .... 90 I Wheel.
& L. E....
turnips, 75c per sack? onions, ltfHjc per pound Can. Southern . 40
do 2d nref
2381 Wis. Central
for new; cabbage. $1 50 per cental; potatoes. 40 dies. A Ohio..
P. C.. C. & St. L GO
Chi. Gr. Western. 10
50c per sack, peas, 45c; beans, 10f12c; ascm., u. tc j
124
iniru Avenue
10!54
paragus. 4 ffOc; new potatoes. $1C1 10 per cenEXPRESS nn k
uni., ina. & l,... 20
tal.
do pref
117
r'rfc Adams
oranges.
23
$2
50$?3;
Chi.
OS
P373
American
&
Lemons.
East.
Ill
Fruit
.isn
45
per box for Valenclas, ?2 per box. for seedlings; Chicago & N. W .1574 United States
.. IIO
pineapples. $4 5O05 per dozen; bananas. $2 54 Chi..u..R. L & P.104H
i"5"'frr"e0
so
a
st.
c.
MISCELLANEOUS.
i
&3 per bunch: Persian dates, 7&SJSc per pound,
Colo. Southern ... 0 Amer. Cotton Oil.. 30
utraw'berries. WTCc per pound; peaches, 75cl
42
do pref
o
do 1st pref.
1G
Amer. Malting ... 3
do 2d nref
$1 per box; cherries. 4c per pound; apricots.
Del. & Hudson... 110U do pref ......... 20
"SJTflOe; apples, $1P1 33 per box; raspberries,
Amer. Smelt. & R. 30
el.. Lack. & a ..js
Cc per pound.
Jz Rio Gr. 1"
n
do nref
Dried "fruit Apples, evaporated, 7 Q$e per Denver
C3Vi Amer. Spirits
do pref
2
d,
pound:
sacks or boxes. 45c; pears, Erie
11
do rref
it
S29n (Amer. Steel Hoop.. 1&
pun and evaporated, 5STGc; plums, pltlces, 4Cf
do 1st pref
North,
pref.150
do
CC
pref
Great
5&o: prunes, Italian. 33Vc: silver, extra
(Amer. Steel & W 31
Hncklne Coal ...-1- 3
Cc; Acs. Smyrna.
2V4c; California'
choice. 5
Hocking Valley ,. 3"l do pref ..
714
black. OCcrdo white, 10c per pound.
Illinois Central ... UHlAmer. Tin Plate... 18U
....
do pref ,
73
Iowa Central
17j
15 (Amer.
do pref
Tobacco ... 834
Groceries, Nuts, Etc. ,
129
Kan. C. P. & G... 1(5 j do,pref
Coffee Mocha, 232Sc: Java, fancy. 23332c; Lake Erie & W... 2S 'Anaconda Mln. Co. SOU
61
do pref .....,.r. M Brooklyn R. T
Java, good. 2044e; Java, ordinary. lS02Oe;
20S41Colo. Fuel & Iron. 30H
Costa Tllca. fancy. 18g20e; do good. 1G1&: do Lake Shore
ordinary. 10S?12c per pound; Columbia, roast,
$12 $3; Arbuckle's. $13 13; Lion. $12 03 per
its
a
u
cape.
Sugar Cube. $5 00: crushed. $5 00: powdered,
.$5 00; dry granulated, $5 40; extra C. $4 00;
golden C, $4 80 net; half barrels,
c moro
than barrels; tnapl" sugar, 15TlGc per pound.
Bean Small white, 3c; bujou. 4c: Lima. Cc
per pound.
Salmon Columbia River.
tails, $1 23
tails, $2ff260: fancy.
1 C5;
-pound fancy flats, fcSSTOc:
flat. $1 G5Q1 75:
tails, $1 201 30;
tails,
Alaska,
COLUSON&CO.
Stock,
Grain and
$1 JXff2 25.
Grain bags Calcutta. $0 374 per 100 for spot.
per pound for raw. I0o
Nuts Peanuts.
for roasted; cocoanuts, 90c per dozen; walnuts,
nuts, 15c; hickory
pine
per
10
pound;
lie
nuts. 7c; chestnuts, 15c; Brazil, llc 'filberts.
15c; fancy pecans. 1214c; almonds, XoQlVa
per pound.
Coat oil
Cases. 21tc per gallon; barrels.
17c; tanks. lotto.
Rice Island. 6Vic; Japan. 5c; New Orleans,
4!i$W&c: fancy head. $7f7 50 per sack.
67c
Hops
Hops, Wool, Utiles, Etc
2$c
per po'ind
Wool Valley. 1213c for coarse. 1501Cc for
best; Eastern Oregon, 1015c; mohair, 20e per
pound.
' Sheepaklno
Shearllngn. 15320c: eacrt-woo- l.
25
35c; medium-woo- l.
30350c; long-woo-l,
60cC$l
each.
Pelts Bear Kkins. each, as Xo size. $3?15;
cub, each. $193; badger, each. 50c; wildcat.
25875a; housecat. 54725c: fox, common gray.
4Oc0$l: Bo red. $17533 50: do cross. $2'503;
lynx. 12" 50; mink. 40e6 1 75; marten, dark
JCortacra, KJ10; do pale, pise, $2-i- ; inusS- -
;
Direct .Wires
NewJork
Chicago Board of Trade
214-21-
v
5
Room
,
Chamberof Commerce
Portland, Oreflan '
11
TRAYEX.BHS
&
UbIob Depot, Stxxa and
....
Dues per Annum (payable
Forelam FIbrrcIcI IVevrs.
NEW YORK. June 10. The Commercial Ad
vertiser's London financial cablegram says:
The Chinese situation continued to depress
all the markets here, though In the afternoon
there were some signs ot a recovery on a
the .powers had asked Japan to undertake the task of dealing with the Chinese.
bought
American stocks on thfs reLondon
Copper shares were weak on selling
port.
by Berlin and Paris. Discounts were firm at
Money was easy. The Bank of England
2
sold 199.000 gold in German coin, also 7000
for a destination not stated. There was a
strong demand for gold from Germany .and
What
But supplies were
France.
there was of It was offered at 7'Js 10d.
P. O. BOX 723.
FOR ALL POINTS EAST
"CHICAGO-PORTLAX-
Will
Special
--
19.
Consols
100
f
SAN FRANCISCO. June 19. Wheat, firm on
call and quiet In the spot market. No sales,
of barley: spot barley, quiet. Oats, quiet.
Spot quotations were:
Wheat No. 1 shipping. 37$ic: milling. $1
1 024.
Barley Feed. G55?C74c: brewing. 774?S0c
Oats Gray. Oregon. $1 QtV& 10; milling,
$1 10S?l 124: red. $1C1 20.
Call board sales:
Wheat Firm; December, $1 0S?i: cash. 074c
Barley Nomina!.
Com Large yellow. $1 1521 174.
June 19.
The wheat market
opened today nervously, and remained la that
condition throughout the .lay. In the Nortb-we- t,
while there were earns rains, the situation was unchanged. Southwestern sections
sent In some favorabln adlccs, and the bears
called attention to the unresponsive attitude
of foreign markets to the advances. The
French crop was also reported to have derived
some benefit from seasonable weather. July
wheat opened 40&c under yesterday, at 7bc
to 78?. and rallied sharply to 79lc under tho
Influence of good Fains at Minneapolis and
Duluth. Qer 70c, however, there were millions of burhels for sale, and under enormous
prwsure from longs, combined with some
slackening Jn the demand. July broke from the,
top to 77c On the dip sold-obulls and others bought, and the outside demand showed
something of its old form, causing a rally to
7S4c
Again the bulls were unable to hold their
position, and July broke to 774c, closing 's
l'ic under yesterday, at 77c
Corn, while quiet, was steady. July closed
WrUc lower, at SSSic
In oats, trade "was largely a matter of
changing July and September. The close was
largely V,c for July.
Provisions were dull. The market opened
steady, but eased oft On moderate liquidation.
Hog receipts were light, but tho market felt
the wheat break. July perk closed 24c down,
and lard and ribs each lost 5c
The leading futures ranged as follows:
WHEAT.
Opened. Highest. Lowest. Closing.
o itrju
juns .........
July
77V
$9 7S
$0 70'
$0 77
August
ij
tirfs
,yi
is
CORN.
39- -
40M
4014
40
40H
OATS.
23
234
June
July
23Vi
23Hi
09J
304
89,
40
39ft
4U4
ZIU
23
23
2U&
24
MESS
JH
Z.J?i
ZJJ.
PORK.
July
1150
11524 11424 11 474
11 CO
September ...1170
1170
1103
LARD.
July
C70
0 70
0 C24
0 C24
September ... 6 SO
GS0
0 724
0 73
CSO
October
0S0
073
6774
RIBS.
SHORT
July
CC74
CC74
0724 073
September ... 0 89
0S24 0 72$ 0 73
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady.
Wheat No. 3, 72Q75c; No. 2 red. $0$nic
Corn No. 2, 40ff40c; No. 2 yellow, iOQ
AUgUSl.
4C?4c
Oats No. 2, 23Jc: No. 2 white. 2551327c:
No. 3 wlilte. 2349204c
Barley Good feeding, SSc; fair to cholco
malting, 41vl5c
No. 1. $1 SO; No. 1 Northwestern,
Flaxseed
$1 SO.
Timothy seed Prime, $2 53.
Mess pork Per" barrel. $10 35311 50.
Lard Per cwt- -, $0 5240 C3.
Short ribs Sides, loose, $0 SSffO S3.
Dry salted shoulders Bated. CUCic
Short clear sides BoxM, $7 15?7 25.
Butten Firm: creamery, 14619c; dairy. 120
104c
Cheese Stradv, S4694C
Eggs Slow: fresh, 10c
Flour, barrels
Wheat, bushels
Com. bushels
Oats, bushels
Rye. bushels
Barley, bushels
Xew Yorlc Grain
S. S. GEO. W. ELDER
Sail About June 30th.
' ' r. P; -8AUMGARTNE5.
tr
W. A. Mitchell & Co., tQeseral
Aacnt,.'253.,Wasfc!natOH.3t..
r. . "
'Fracled.'
Asnt:- SanAV:1"
13.000
13,000
308.000
273.000
1.000
1,000
and Produce.
CHINA
&,
t
riffliS
SiISe
For
the
"Senator"
SA
&
Cape Nome Gold Fields
THE NEW PAUATIAL.
STEEI
STE.VMSHIP
sail from Seattle dlrecrJune 21, July 21 and August 20v
of 2303 tons. Her second cabin and steerage accommodations
ias a capacity
accommodations of most of the steamers advertised for Nome.
The "Senator" flrst-clas- B
nicaiiicra io .iinrjui wimer ana luat
The Pacific Coast Sieamsn;p V.O. nis iKn f uiuuuk jlo&euxie
ireigncura passenger rates ap-r- lr
line,
mer for 25 years; and la the pioneer facme i.ossi
of GOODALL. PERKINS & CO., General
Inquire
from Portland. I"or further lnforrratlon
.
2VJ
Washington wt.. Portland. Or.
Agent.
X.
cr
Francloco.
Arents 10 Market. Sun
large receipts. The cioie was easy At $30 150
35. Spelter ralcd weak and partially lower
?2"4. Lead was unsettled but unat 3
changed-',
at 4L -- '$ Lake copper ruled very
dull at unchanged prices, $10 CO. Tho brokers
price for lead was $3 CO. and for copper $10 50.
Bar Ellvcr. CQHc
SAN rKANClSCO. June 19. Bar silver. G0yc
per oimc. "'v
LONDON,-Jun- e
10. Bar silver. 27?id.
K: tilfalfa, VV5" : stock, ?3
compressed wheat. $7J10 per ton;
per balo.
straw,
s.
Potatoes Early Rose, COffCSc; Jtlrer
SMjG5c; Oregon Burbanks, CSSic per
cental; new potatoes. 70$1 25.
Vegetables Onions. SSSOOc per cental; garlic. 283Mr: green peas. G0cB?l per sack;
string beans, 243le: dried okra. S2JJc per
pound: asparagus. 5101 75 per tox; egg plant.
6310c per pound.
Oranges, navels, $1 Q 1 23;
Citrus fruit
Mexican limes, $434 00; common California
lemons. $1 2581 60: choice. $1 25Q1 CO pet
10; best barley, ?7
;30
DO;
:!!:
inI
Coffee
EASTEUV LIVESTOCK.
.
,
June 10. Cattle Receipts. S500.
Steers generally steady, butchers' stock active
at steady prices; natives, best on sale today,
4 carloads at f3 50; good to prime steers, $5 10
5 SO; poor to medium, $4 505; selected
feeders, choice firm, others firm, $4 255;
mixed and stockers, slow, $3 f04; cons. $n
4 50; heifers. $3 lf35 10; canners, firm, ?2 35
3; bulls, slow, 10Sl"o lower, $3g4 SO; calves,
25c lower than last week. $50 50. Texans
Receipts, 700; best on sale. 2 carloads at $4 70;
Texas fed steers, active; Texas bulls. ?35J3 M- Hogs Receipts, 15,000; tomorrow, estimated.
33,000; left over. 2500. Market active and
top, $5 30; mixed and .butchers, $5j$
5 30; good to choice heavy, $5 20S'5 30; rough
heavy. $5 055 15; light, fo 105 30; bulk of
sales. $3 2035 23.
Sheep Receipts, 12,000. Sheep and lambs,
good to cholco steady, cotrimon and medium
slow; good to choice wethers, f4 55; fair to
choice mixed. $3 0035 50; Weetcrn sheep, $4 CO
o 15; yearlings, $5 40J?r. 90; natlvn lambs,
fOfM 73; 'Western lambs, $5. 75; clipped' Colorado lambs, $7; Spring lambs, 27 25
June 10. Cattle Receipts, 2300.
strong: native beef steers, $4 503
and heifers. $3 754 C3; canners,
CO; stockers and finders, 43 5035.
Receipts, 1900. Market
higher;
sales. $4 0535 07.
Receipts. SlOd. Market steady.
5 40; cows
obstruction.
June' 18, John S. Collins, ao S3 years 2
roohthe, Damascus, Or.: old age.
June 17. Curtis D. Sutherland, age n
years, Salem, Or.: tuberculosis.
June 16, Daniel Collins, age 57 years,
city; drowned.
June 1G, Treasa Openhe'mer. age 33
ycara. 170 North Twenty-secon- d
etreet:
e,ndocardlti3.
Juno 18. Xathanlel Holman, age 54 years
months. Good Samaritan Hcspltal; disease of spleen.
2
2c
KANSAS
CITY. Jane 19. Cattle Receipts.
8000.
Market steady: Texas cows, $2 50
3 25; nattvo steers, $4 2335 40; natlvo cows
'
5 03.
Sheep Receipts, 4400. Market steady; lambs,
$4 5033 75; muttons. $3 2533 CO.
Boston
"Wool Market.
June 19. The demand for wool continues, slow, with prices nominal. .Bids of lots'
of line territorial, with staple out, were mado
during tho week on the sconred basis of 50c.
but tho offers did not tempt holders. For
choice lots of fine medium and fln. with staple
in, the price Is about r.t3S5c. while staple lots
are "now quoted at 5703Sc scoured. Fleece
wools continue slow and sales meager, with
prices nominal.
BOSTON.
FttAXCfSCO MARKETS.
10912c: mountain, lambs', SglOc; San Joaquin
plains. SplOc: Humboldt and Mendocino. ZZQ
14c per pound.
. vHops 1SO0 crop. ll?13o per pound.
Mlllstaffs Middlings. $17629; bran, 13014
K
per ton.
Har-IVh- eat,
fj OOtflO W; what and cat, $3
The Direct Llneto Denver, Oniahs,
Kansas City, St. Loujj
Portland to Chicago Less Than Thres
Days.
Only Four Days to Netv York and
Boston.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleeper,
Buffet Library Cars (Barber Shop)
Dining Cars. (Meals a la
carte) Freo Reclining: Chair Ca.ru.
. Thxouuh tickets, baggacc check3, and
elecplns car accommodations con be or.
ranred at
1
CITY TICKET OFFICE
Portland, Or eg 03
33 Third Strl:
J. II. LQTHROP.
IL'I
C. H. MARKHAM.
Gen. Frt. & Pass.
Aft.
Passenger
Gsa'l Azcat.
WHITE COLLAR LINE
HTVER A PUGET SOUND HXVS.
OATIOK CO.
PORTLAND AND ASTOIUA.
COLUMBIA
CANADIAN
to
Paul and return
$71.50
Chicago and return
First class, for sale June
good for passage on the
2
2 P. IX.
L'Q'OQ
Dep3t,
61!)
J SlS
and
Arrivo
I
orth Coast Limited.
For Tacorca. Seattle.
uo- rsortn laKima.
Kane,
Mos
I'uuraan.
cow. Levi lstos, IJos-lanB.
C. Buttpj
Helena. St. Paul. Min
neapolis, Chicaso. JJ03-toNew York and all
points East and Southeast.
iTnln City Express, fcr
Tacoma. Seattle, Spo- i"jkane. Ifelena, Butte.
,OU 1UUI, .illUU. li'3- ton, rvev lork, gmana.
ICansa! City. Council
Bluffs. St. Louis, ard
nil points east and
No. 1
7 A.M.
No. 3
8P.lt.
-
For lnforrnaU'jiii ticket, sleeping-ca- r
vations, etc.. call on or wrlto
reser-
GO EAST VJA
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ON THE FAMOUS
"Portland-Chicag-
Special"
o
OR THE
H.
and
22.
Dlnlnjr Cars. Service a Ja Cnrte.
Librnry-BniT- et
Snioklnff Cara.
Palace and Ordinary Sleeping Cars.
Free Reclining Clialr Cars.
Arrives.
..4:00 P.M.
Ltavc3.
rm.'." PORTLAND.': ."s:4o a." m.
0.00
CITY TICKET OFFICE
F. B. OLIN.
Cltz Tlckat Arr.
E. COMAN.
General Arnt.
All
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co,
LEAVES
UNION
DEPOT.
.Phone Main 5S3
142 Third St.
SHREATNORIHERN
Tlckt
Oilier,
LEAVE.
No. 4
C:00 P. M.
S33
.
asA 4ll points KajU
7:00 A.
II.
Through Palace and Tourlet Sleeperi. Dtalcx
Cara.
and Buffet SmOklng-Llbrar- y
-
LINE
AMERICAN
STEAMSHIP IDZUMI MARU
For Jcpaa,
and all Asiatic points will
leave Seattle
China
About
June
201h.
Tcr Mayjerj.
Rainier. ARRIVES
Wcatjxjrt.
UstaiC&nte,
UNION
Astoria,
Clifton.
War DEPOT.
renton. Flavel. Haaa- mond.
Fort Steven.
Gearhart Pnrk. Seasid
11:18 A.M.
Astoria and deaiixor.
Ezprsu.
Dsllx.
Astoria Express.
0:0 P. it.
Dsllr.
roRCape
Ticket office. 23 Morrison it. nj Un'on dtpor.
J. C MAYO. Gen. Pass. Art-- . AstorU. Or.
S. S. "OHIO,"
it.
' Thgoe
Horrlsoa Street,
2S3
Th Flyr, dally to aoI
from St. Paul. Hlnn-apoll- i, ARRIVE.
Xo. JL
Duluth, Chicago
JAPAiN
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
FOR ALASKA.
Prrldnt.
iSST"CUPIDEME'T
m&
No.
W- -
For particulars, call on cr write to
6:55 P.
dock)
CA1LEV OATZERT (Alder-streLeaves Portland dally every morning at 7
o'clock, except Sunday. Returning, leaves Astoria every nljht at ? o'clock, except Sunday.
C re con 'phone Main 351. Columbia 'phone 351.
Leave
"OVERLAND LIMITED"
Calling at Dutch Harbor.
and freight reservations apFor passencer
DOUWELTj & COMPANY. Ltd..
ply to
252 Oak st
Tclepbono Main 90.
The Pioneer Dlntnjr anil Observation
Car Ronte.
The only trains running through solid from
Portland and Chicago. Every car Illuminated
with Plntsch gas. Two trains dally.
Imperial
Limited
Sail From Tacoma on or About
JUNE 30TH, for
DOUEXIJ 'DAILY TUAIX SERVICE.
GEORGE LANO.
CUr Paso. U Tkt. Act.
THE COMPANY'S
elegant
steamers. Queen. Cottage City,
City of Topeka and Al - Kl
leave TACOMA 11 A. M..
3 T
b
U P
This preat Vegcta- -.
M.. Juno 4. a,
wevltallser.thopTescrlptlonafafaraonsFrcachpbyBicIan.wni
quickly curb yon ofall
14. 10. 19. 24, Si; July 1. 4,
nervosa or dls&ssof tho generatlre organs, such as JLioat Mcuhood, lanomala,
. 14, 1C, 10, 24. 20, 31; Aus.
,a
lt9 Itrvclc.ttciuiual Kuilxaloaa. Jfrrara Debility, Jfimple
"
3. and every fifth day there,
Mr4
after. For further Informa
Ititopaall Iineesbydayoriilpht. Prevenw quickness of diacbarre.whfchlf notcbecked
tion obtain company's foider.
leSCI IO Snermitnrrhcftft an.1 nil 'httinmn nl Imnnttnnr. SrPl lT!V7,.iUltnMtlii
fKm liver.
company reserves the right to change
The
HT.V1C
thA lr!dnpr nrul Ih nrfnjnrn,riih. n,ll
MmfMhn.
ntPI
calling
dates and hours of sailing,
steamers,
and restores small weaic orcans.
without previous notice
rTJ5.1S'52n.aafferer, " "Otcarwl by Doctors h because SO per cent aro troubled with Prostatitis.
AOKNTS
N. POSTON, 240 TYashlnston sL.
CuPinE2,E the cmly known
remedy V cure wlUipnt rn operation. SW0 tcstimoiitala. A wrltirn
Portland. Or : F. W. CARLETON, N. P. R. ft.
paranteeclTon and nwiiy retnrned If Chores dotanot effect & permanent cure. UOaUax,OXoi5iCO,
by mall. Bend for n:EK circolar and lesUmoulnia.
Dock. Tacoma; IL IL LLOYD, Puget Sound
Supt.; C. W. MILLER. Asst. Supt. -- Ocean
Address JO A VOX. XJcBiICUfK CO.. p.'O. Cos 207C Ban I"rand3CO. CaL
Dock. Seattle.
- For sale by AlCrlch Pbartaacy, Slstb ana "tfTaj nlagtca strccU, rortlano. Or.
I GOODALL. PEKKUSS & CO.. Gca. Agts., S. IT.
y
R. KOEHLER.
Manater.
SOLID VESTIBULEP TRAINS.
PAC3F1C
Tho Metal niiiTketa.
rv
Ticket Agent. 140 Third St.
TAMHILL DIVISION.
Passenger Depot, foot of Jefferson Street.
Leavo for Oswego dally ot'T.SO 'SMO A. M-- :
12:S0. 1:65, 35, 4:40, 0J5. .ao, lltiSO P. M.;
and 0.00 A. M. on Sundays onty. 4rriv at
Portland dally at 6.Jo. t:20. t!0:50 A. M.;
M., 12.4tt
15. 3:10. 4:30., U115. 7.40. 10.00-A. M. dally, except Uouuuy. 3:20 and 10.03 A.
M. on Stlndays only.
Leave for Dallas dally, "except Sunday, at
6:06 P. M. Arrive aVPcnlarul at 0:30 A. M.
Passenger train Ieaea Dallas for Alrlle Mon-i- a,
Wednesdays and Trldays at 3:43 P. M.
Returns Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Except Sunday;
A. D. CHARLTON
Chicago and Other Eastern Points Assistant General Pa3engcr Agent,
233 Morrison St.. Cor. Third.
Portland, Oregon.
TWO DAILY
U. H. AtlEOTT. Azeat.
14a. Third St., Portland.
j
E. J. COYLE.
A. O. P. A. Vancouver. B, C
WlaKl a.WM'k' IJa'c
-
ThrouEh train jenice via NorChem Pacific
and Burlington line from Portland to Omaha,
Kansas City. St. Loul":. Quick time and
nccommcdatlcns.
Take North Coast Limited Train No. 2, for
South Bend, Olympla and Gray's Harbor
points.
Sfo tho North Coast Limited. Elegant Upholstered Tourist Sloping- Cars. Pullman
Standard Sleepers, Dining Car shd Observation Car. all electric- - lighted. Solid vostlbuled
trains.
Tickets sold to all points- - In the- - United
Stales and Canada, and baggago checked to
destination of tickets.
4PRrrpv
" TACOMA "
U. B. SCOTT.
japan, china. Honolulu sad
'btaiaed frpm J.
.cai,
southeast-
TRAVELERS' GDIDE.
'
Also
VSElHy-
13 THE
ot
and heifers, $1 5033; stockers anC feeders,
$3 5034 90; bulls. ???4.
Hogs Receipts. 15.000. Market Cc higher;
bulk ot sales. J55 15; heavy. $5 JI7435 10;
packers. $405 17; mixed lots. $4 37t5 10:
light, $4 53S 05; Yorkers, ?55 03; pigs, $4 73
IDalty except Sunday.
KHUCLAND.
EASTANOSOUTHEAST
May 25, Girl to the wife of Samuel Clifford, 245 Engene street.
June 8, girl to the wife of A. R. Francis,
380 Hall street.
, $60
Contnprions DlMcanes.
George O. Shea, 478 Page street; scar-lSt.
fever.
JS5.75 to Kanca
City and return,
And
Master Olphonso, age 5 years, 335 Front first class, for sale June 29 and
SO.
street: typhoid fever.
Will
rope.
v a
nt3(v
TO THE
BIrtlii.
The Favorite Trans-PacIH- c
Steamer
10:10A.3L
:50 P. M.
t3 :25 A.M.
Rebate tickets en sale between Portland, Sacramento and San Francisco. Net rate J17 Crst
class and $11 second clus. including sleeper.
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Ea
DIRECT LINE
Sugar.
Xi
CHICAGO,
P.M.
MOST
FASTEST AND
THE
N73W YORK. June 19. Corree Options closed
10 points decline:
'cales, 14,750 bagsr. Including July at $7103
7 13; August. $7 15; October. $710. Spot, Rio?
Eanacas. f 1 5033 per bunch.
. Butter Fancy creamery. 19920c; do seconds, easy; mild, quiet.
Sugar Raw, firm; refined, steady.
lSQISHe: fancy dairy, 17018c; do seconds,
1581 Otfc
Cheeser-Callfomnew. 7SV4c per pound;
DAILY CITY STATISTICS.
Young, America. 3ff0!c; Eastern. ,lO017e.
Eggs Store. U15c; fancy ranch, lS&c;
per
dozen.
Eastern. HillOc
Iter:! Entnto Transfer.
Poultry Turkeys, gobblers, 10(llc; do hens, J. "W. Cook and wife to Lucius W.
per
I2gil3c per pound; old roosters, $3
Moody, block 4, Chelsea; Junft 1G..5 1
dozen; young roosters, $33?G; small broilers, Alice J. Mann and husband to Lu1
$.T2 23; large broilers, $23 CO; fryers. $3 50
cius Wr. Moody, same: June IS
Q4 Wl; hens, ?4H 50 per dozen; geese, ?11 S3
Ballillnfr Permit.
per pair.
s,
one-stobuild-Instore
Gus Rosenblatt,
Receipts Flour, quarter sacks, 3553; do Ore"Washington, between Sixteenth and
6115; barlej. cengon, 10.C10; wheat, cental
Seventeenth: $23X1.
tals. 1715; oats, centals, 840; do Oregon. 450;
dwelling, Kearney
1L Zan, two-stobeans, Facks, 272; corn, centals, C30; do Easterfreet.
and Twenty-sixt- h;
between Twenty-fift- h
ern, COO; potatoes, sacks, 2500;" do Oregon. 187;
00.
"500;
Oregon.
2C70;
hay.
tons,
do
bran, sacks,
Mnrrlnpre Llcennes.
324; wool, bales, 185; hides, 1C3.
Emit Schield, aged SO, Llda. P. Chl-vlll- e,
SO,
20; John A. McGdvern,
aged
Stocks In London.
Mrs. E. Jessup, SO; Leo S. Ball, 25, Ada
LONDON, June 10. Atchison. 25; Canadian
23.
Pacinc. 93; Union Taclflc preferred, ,74V: P. 'Sail,
Dcntlin.
Northern Pacific preferred, 75; 'Grand Trunk,
June 17. Jessie Marshall, age 27 years.
P; Anaconda, SH.
fat, Vincent's
iOzpitai; acute intestinal
f2 2533
Hogs
bulk of
Sheep
' '
change):
'
Steamer.
Due to Leave Portland
Juno 21
"MONAiorTHSHIRE"
July 13
"BRAEMAR"
Aug. 5
"AhGYLL"
For rates, accommodations, etc.. apply t&
DODWELL & COMPANY, Limited,
General Agents, Portland. Or.
To principal points In Japaa and China.
steadr and unchanged to
box.
Albany passenger
Corvallte passenger
Sheridan passenger
A. M.
Dally.
eo p. ac.
NAVIGATION
will
re superior to the
QC
AND JAPAN. FROM PORTLAND,
OREGON RAILROAD
CO. Schedule. 1U00 (subject to
la connection with THE
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
YORK. June 10. The market for metLIVERPOOL. June 19. Wheat Firm; wheat alsNEW
developed considerable weakness today Unand flour in Paris, firm; French country mardecliningwarder
a
abroad. Plg-Iro- n
kets, firm; Spot. No. 1 North-Spring. Cs ftd. rants eased off tendency
some .25 points. In sympathy
Futures, firm; July. 0s 4d; September, Cs jd; with
nomcables,
closing
lower
unsettled
and
December, nominal.
inally quoted at $li 25. Tin was again easier
Corn Spot, firm; American mixed. 4s Cd.
selling, pressure, due to tho- Futures steady; July, 3s lljid; September, under continued
SAN FRANCISCO.
June 19. Wool Sprlns
Nevada, 13&lGc; Eastern Oregon. 10S15c; ValOregon.
lSi20c Fall Northern mountain.
ley.
TOHTLAND AND DAYTON. OR.
Steamer Elmore, for Dayton and xva points.
leaves Portland Tuesdays. Thursdays and Satt
urda9 at 7 A. M. P.sturrdce, leaves Dajtcn for
Portland and way points Mondays. WednesdayJ
and Fridays at C A. M.
SXAICE IlIVER TIOCTE.
RIPARIA. WASH. AND LEWISTON. IDAHO
Steamer Spohane or vitamer wMon leavs
lllparla dally at 355 A. M.. arrlvlne at Lewis-to- n
at 3 P. M. Returning, tho Spokana or
Leulston leaves Levrjston dally at 0 A. M.,
arrivinc at Rlparla same evening.
Wi H. HUP.LBUP.T.
General Paneer Agent.
V. A. SCHILLING. Cttv Ticket Asrent.
Telephone Main 712.
0 Third street, cor. Oak.
"40 P.M.
14:50
1M A.3L
UewSteamsliip Line to the Orient
'
u-i.
OMAHA.
NEW YORK. June 19. Flour Receipts, 21.-4barrels: exports. 39,000 barrels.
Market
15c to 20c apart. Minnesota patent, $4 109
4 40; Winter straights. $1 C53 80.
Receipts. 173.500 bushels; exports.
Wheat
Spot, easy: No. 2 red, 8Sl3C
233.000 bushels.
Options opened weak
f. o. b.; 85c elevator.
under foreign selling and unsatisfactory cables,
covering
on
rallied and Northwest crop news,
but later- 'broke a rain under general outside
covering, supplsmcnted by rumors of moro
liberal new" wheat arrivals at St. Louis and
good rains In the Northwest.
Closed weak, at
lMic net decline. July closed at 82c; September. SSc; December, S34c
Wool Dull.
Hops Quiet.
.
COAST S. S. CO:
OREGON
&
division.
yamhiltj niVER Rcrurn.
XPVVT TT
FOR UATE3 A5D IXKOHMATIO?!
Market
Receipts. Shlpm'ts.
17.000
105.000
C0 1.000
370.000
7.000
27.000
A. M.
river
Arrlvo
TRAINS
for Salem. Rose-bur- g.
Ashldnd. Sacramento, Oiden,
e,
San Francisco,
Lcs Angelea.
JSt Paso,: New Orleans and the East
At Woodiura
(dally except Sua-- .
day), morning train
connects with train
for Mt. Angel, olBrowne.,
ive r
Springneld
vllle.
and Natron, and
evening tmln for
Mt. Acgel and
'
9
PORTLAND AND ASTORL.
Steamer Hassalo leaver Portland dally, except
Sunday, at 8.00 P. M.; on Saturday at 10.00 P.
M. Returning; leaves Astcrla dally, except sua,
day. at 7:00 A. M.
1VILLA3IETTn UlVmt DIVISION.
PORTLAND AND SALEM. OR.
Steamer Modoc, for Salem and way points,
Mondays, Wednesdajs and Fri-daleaes Portland
at C 00 A. M. lteturnlne, leaves fcalem
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 0:00
A.M.
This is the only exclusive livestock steamer, in the
'
Nome trade, Bookings now being made.
Chlcngo Grnin nail Produce.
3VJ
SU10
comainrA
Sails on Her SecondTrip About July. 10, J800
CHICAGO.
June
July
August
For Spokane, Eastern Washington. nd Great
Northern points, leaves at C P. 11.: arrives at
THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST
. SLEEPERS.
Water lice schedule, subject to ehanve 'withl
out notice:
OCa,VX AND IUVKR SCHEDULE.
OCEAN DIVISION
Steamship sail from
Alnswcrth dock at 8 P. 11. Leave Portland
Cofumbla, Friday. Juno 1. Monday. June' 11;
Thursday, June 21; Sunday. July 1; Wednesday, July 11. state of California, Wednesday.
June 0; Saturday. June 10; Tuesday. June-2ti- ;
Friday. July 6.
From San. Francisco Leaving Spear-S- t.
Tier
No. 24. San Francisco, at 11 A. M., as follows.
State of California. Satu-da- y,
June 2; Tuesday. June 12; Friday. June 22; Monday, July
2;. Thursday. Julv 12.
Columbia. Thursday.
Juno 7; Sunday, Juno 17; Wednesday, June 2T.
Saturday, July 7.
p
CALIFORNIA
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Prices for Cereals'In European-anAmerican Ports.
P. M.
.
844
June.
SUS0
ATLANTIC EXPUCSS,
Leaves for'fhe East; via Uuntington, at
P. M.. arrives at 8.40 A. iL
Excursion Tickets Sold on These
Elegant Passenger Steamers.
S. S. DESPATCH
Round-Tri-
SPECIAX."
D
7 A. AL
S. S..N0ME CITY,
hCtpat fifth snJl Streets
Leaves for the East, via Huntington, at 0:13
P iL,
SPOItASB FLYER.
Manager.
. Leave
OVKRLAND
A. XL; arrives. 4
CAPE NOME EXCURSION
oh
NEW YORK. Juno 19. Money on call. 1&2
per cent; last loans. 1 per'cent; prime mercantile paper. 3404 per cent; sterling exchange, easy, with actual business in bankers'
bills at $4 8j54 87 for demand, and at
81
$4
for 00" days; posted rates. $4 85
64 8S4; commercial bills, $4 S3i4fl4 84.
Sliver certificates COgOlc.
Mexican dollars I73ic
Bonds Government, weak; state. Inactive;
railroad, easy.
LONDON,
50
C. L. PAH.KEH,
Every safeguard placed around dealings in this EXCHANGE.
Money, Exchange, Etc.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 19. Sterling
London. CO days. $4 34: do sight. $4 8SU- Mexican dollars 4Si949a
Drafts Sight, 10c; telegraph. 12c.
quarterly).
Address.
Vvvl
THREE TRAINS DAILY
uh.uu.
Offered.
J Streets.
01
'fcurcs
WnA
SOUTH
j5dMEMa
Chamber of Commerce
Ground Floor
TRAVELERS. GTJIDB..
GTUEE.
iAST'vu
THE PORTLAND MINING STOCK EXCHANGE
126 First Street
Location:
44d.
;
1900.
Co.
DDhlITDC
June 19. Wheat Cargoes oft
coast, sellers at advance of Is; cargoes No. 1
standard California. 29s Cd; cargoes Walla
Walla, 2$s 9d; English country markets, firm.
.
Steck LxcHinge
20,
Downing, Hopkins
t...'.
Earopenn Grnin Market.
tt
JU2H3
Louis. & Nash.... 55 IConL Tobacco .... 23
Manhattan El .... SO i do pre
?7?t'
3H
Met. St. Ry..
12i.Federal Steel
Mex. .Central .... liu, no pref , ....... G3V
Minn. &. St. Louis 434 General Electric ..130
4C
do pref .....'.... 8S 1 Glucose Sugar .
OS
Missouri Pacific .. 4&VI do pref
Mobile & Ohio
23
26 ilht. Paper .
.Chicago Board of TraHe '
I
M.. K. &T
10
do pref
M'i
73
Clede Gas
do pref
295La
NewJVork'Stocfc Exchange DlX-UIVlItVNew Jersey Ccat..l20 (National Biscuit .. 2S
70
New York Cent...l2SVi do pref
19
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