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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1913. 11 H
Demand for Slocks From
iroad; London Trades
Reach but 5000 Shares.
:EL SHARES SLUMP
President Corey's Testi
ony Helpful to Govern
ment in Its Suit.
By BROAD AN WALL,
iternatlonal News Service.
EW YORK, Jan. 28. The stock
market today was irregular, ner
vous and weak In spots. There
was considerable disappointment
that the foreign markets had not
c any Improvement on the previous
announcement that Turkey was
red to make peace with the Balkan
news, however, that was dlscount
Lrinff the afternoon. There Was prac
v no inquiry for stocks by foreign
;a, total trades for London account
y reaching 5000 shareB, all on the
ly 25 per cent of the day's business
In Steel common. The stock was
pressure, slow liquidation being
Idence all day. The effect of ex
dent Corey's testimony yesterday
considered helpful to the case of
jovernment In Kb suit against the
d States Steel corporation and the
le over the local subway contracts
another deterrent factor,
k steel rail pool that has existed
ome years seems likely to come to
Threats of a reduction in the
on steel producte, a perceptible
S off in business and heavy in
es in wases and pensions combine
ake- the Steel shares the center of
tlon for a decline. The common
, after touching 64?, declined to
closing at 61 with a loss of U
Drado Fuel Strong,
i Colorado Fuel issues were stronqr
mtrast, the common selling at 35.
Ivance of li. and the first preferred
red hands at 16, a rise of 10 points,
accumulation had been going on
e latter for aome time. It le bc
t that it Is the Intention of the in
3 to retire the preferred stock,
iper stocks wore firm in the early
in. but grew dull and easier with
Irop in the rest or the market,
on Pacific closed at 159S, off 5 on
polnlmqnt that so little progress
seen made In eettllng tho Southern
the last fifteen minutes St. Paul
ied from 11U to 112? on the offl
innouncement of a new bond issue,
which stockholder will have the
to subscribe This privilege was
trougly appreciated, as rights were
in at one-quarter of 1 per cent
l common advanced from 2P1 to S3s.
ig strong with a rise of 32 for the
The preferred shares were ulso
j and closed at 120. an Improvement
fWK S. Rubber Weak.
-BtInlted States Rubber was weak on
WS unfavorable report of earnings and
tMp 'unexpected announcement of the is
EAB; oC ?S,000,000 common stock. Statc
?ntB of earnings circulated have been
Efrlhly misleading and instead of carn
Us dividend the company apparently
A a deficit
OBThe money market shows Indications
1 'llKa. slight hardening in rates and an-
14'Bier engagement of 51.000,000 in gold
ma made for Argentina. This move
EreBbnt of gold to South America Is for tho
(jejiilfcount of the London banks and is er.
atftfBctcd to continue for come time.
stock exchange membership has been
."i'nsferred for me sum of $50,000, the
IG Fest figure in years. The decline in
BACTJfe value of 5eats has had a depressing
. , rect on the stock exchange members
ntMfl. reflects the sentiment that there Is
LaSi'Cle likelihood of an Immediate resump
m&pm,n of speculative activity.
'n? -im.mong commission houses quiet cell
rariAml "has been going on by Investors, who
WaBrese an unwillingness to carry securl
i ntmb pending the reforms vaguely out
Jffll"led by President-elect Wilson. As one
TBSred capitalist expressed it. until he
taBaerstood what a. "Democratic progros-
eaaHe" meant or until the new admlnle
ilfKtion had defined the meaning of the
Ttitmrt "trust." he preferred to be "out
h jKStocks." and this remark was made
Sihe folded up a notice handed to him
Y.MfnlB broker completing tho sale of his
'fllngs. This may be an isolated case.
inst2 11 lE on rftCord-
piyKt New York Bonds.
tiiWS yef 25 rcg..l01 K C S ref 5e,. DSs
' i'PWo coupon 101 L S deb 4s 1031. 2j
i of "TOo o'B reg ....102JL & N un 4s .. 98J
' .Ho coupon ,...102aM K & T lot 4s. 041
gir.fBo 4e reg ....113 do gen 41a .... Soi
0&fmi0 coupon ....113s Mo Pac 4s 70
forffl;mn 3s coupon. 102 do conv 5s ... S75
a, BChalm 1st Bs. SS N" Rvh of M 4as. S7i
J)fl ySm -Akt 5e ..,.101 X Y C gen 3Jb.. StlJ
edWji T&T cv 4s. 103 do deb Is 01
11s 3Tobac 6u . .120 K P 4s 08
ed tfpiour&Co 4ss. 91n do 3a CS
dto. sen 4s ... 9710 S L. rfdg 4s.. 012
Lai-JrM O 4s 37? Reading pen 4s. 97J
yTliJMo 3Js 01 StL&SF fg 4s. 7fiJ
fVEBw & O 41b ..100 do gen 5s .... SI
r ihiijo conv 41b ., 92JS P col 4s 94
I 1, brP&Q Joint 4s. 9oS do cv 4a 03c
.mn!Wk gen 4s ... 953 do 1st ref 4e. 93
1" R G ref as. JjSEU P 4s 99
' sWP lst ref lB- 355 60 cv 5,5
rufHkf -fpt 4is... 7fiiJ do let&rel' 4s. 95
S2rMM 4is .. fin 17 S Steel 2d 5s,101S
MtUJn 495 00 Wab lsl&cxt 4s. l53!I
- Money Market.
'Wf&tmlSW YORK, Jan. 23. Money on call
otoUJfcdy, 2igj3 per cent; ruling rate. 2?;
3T;Wing bid, 21; offered at 3.
la .Sjg'B'we loans weaker: sixty days, 3: per
1 Affmt; ninety dwys, HI; sl:c months, I
id jiSWTlnie mercantile paper. 4Jfijp5 per vent.
Auerllng exchange strong, with actual
efttfJTiBncBs in bankers' bllln at St. 33. 7.1 for
ifldeffijjfcday bills, and at 54.S7.75 for de-
TOfl'fffjWimerclal bills, 54.S?,.
jj caJKa". silver, 62Sc
ge- t-Jymexcan dollars, 49c.
liof'JjiBjvernment bonds steady: rAilro-id
mJpiiK, Condition of TrcRSiiry.
OSpABrnXGTON, -Jan. 25. Tho concll
n uo li'Vor tno Unite! States treasury at
B. Mfyeglnnlng of buslncfltf today wa:
?te -MklXS baC-uicc ? 81.201.170
1dtnItJ5 and Philippine iroue-
llVfMi1B of general fund 1U,000,2H)
of'jipts yesterday n,lS2.3ll
jttCJ jjWU-semcnte 1.S71.2U)
tlon. 'cAWkt deficit this fiscal rr Ip to. 191.520,
It b'- prll,nBt 1 dclt- of 127,050,071 lact
1 vm$s Wfc ros for receipts, dlfiburscmcntx
"rttf, M?,Ie.nVt exclude Panama canal and
W jawHr debt transactlonr.
. sM London Wool sdos.
tft tljK?111-!?' J"n' -3, There wurc 13.033
.resPSKIfd al wol auction sales
M Tnero nac bi-Islt buying by
J it'lBE2v5ni aJ1fJ thc non trade. iiid fme
o('V.WF"lcaB "P.rdened T, nor cent, over the
'V VrSBP1 er ,ave'ec Scoured incvlnos
nrnfc- y c" ra hghC1' Ibices.
n5i Cotton Market..
S'faBST 9. Jan. 23. -Spot col
li JIB? ccy', V16c oK Sllddllns, 123c
El3llP . vB; 18B5 balep.
, tKr..TORTS-J.Ja,a- 23. Cotton closed
r JtiK: n " "Irrllnr f K to "1 po1n-.
COPPER ID LEAD
Red Metal Firm and the Black
Steady; Spelter Weak, in
New York Market.
y Copper (electro). S1G.50 4-
Lead, ?Cew York 5.25(7i4.S5 J
!- Bar silver 62Sc -v
v Silver in London 2S 13-16d -f-
NEW YORK, Jan. 23. Copper firm:
standard apot and January. 515.62 bid;
FVbruary to May, $15. 62116. 1L' ; electro
lytic. $10.50; lake, 516.50IC.75: casting,
Tin weak; spot. 55050.25: January.
343.S5(s50 25: February. 510-50 19.75;
Lead steady. 34.25(ff4.35.
Spelter weak. $77.15.
Antimony quiet; cooksons, .9.7510.
Iron unsettled, unchanged.
Copper arrivals in Now York, 100 tons.
ENports this month. 16,707 tons. Lon
don copper, weak; spot 70 ius 9d; fu
tures. 70 15f.
Local excliange sales of tin, five tons.
London tin. weak; spot. 226 5s; fu
London lad. 17 2s 6d.
London spelter. 26 2s 6d.
Iron Cleveland warrants, 66s 6d In
Closing Stock List.
I Sales. I H. I L. IClse
Amalg Copper 28,500! 743 733J 74
Amer Agricultural , 153
Amor Beet Sugar,. 300 37?. 37J 3il
American Can 46.600 33j 294 325
preferred C.000 120 ;115ill0I
Amor Car & V 200 53 53 , 521
Amer Cotton Oil... 1.800 502' 493 49?
Amer Ico Securities. 200 24 23?', 233
American Linseed 104
Amer Locomotive 500 4011 391. 305
Amor Sm & Ref.... 4,400 731 72A! 728
preferred 200 1055lO5;J05
Amer Sugar Ref 100 1161U161 115J
Amer Tel' & Tel.... 1,100 1333 133l'l33l
American Tobacco 90O2S91'2S6i2SS
Anaconda Mln Co... 700' -3Sil 373 S7i
preferred 300l02 101? 102
Atl Coast Un 300 1293 129Ell29j
Baltimore & Ohio... 1.S00 106J 106 106
Bethlehem Steel 500 338 371 3SZ
Brooklyn R T 3,600 90 SSji 89i
Canadian Pacific .... 5.S00 2463 2J4i 2151
Central Leather .... 400 2SI 2SJ 2Si
Chesapeake & Ohio.. 700 7Si 77 771
Chi Gt TVcstern 1 16
Chi Mil & St Paul.. 3.500 111 112111128
Chi & Northwest n 1B51
Colo Fuel fc Iron ... 1,500 35 331' 343
Consolidated Gas .. 500 13S !137gll38
Corn Products 131
Del &. Hudson 165
Denver & Rio G. . . . . 200 21g 216 21
Distillers' Sccur 600 1SJ IS ISi
Erie 700 313! 315 31!)
1st preferred !. 48
2nd preferred 100 393 393! 39Z
General Electric .... 400 1423 142;i421
Gt Northern pfd.... 3,100 12Si!127i 12SI
Gt Nor Ore Ctfs.... 300 40 I 39J 391
rillnols Central 200 127JI127 127
Interborough Met ... 3.600 17i 171 173
preforred 2,500l 61 591 603
Inter Harvcstor ' 400 10SJ 1 107 107
Tnter Marine pfd... ' 181
Internatl Paper 600 10J' 101l 10
Internatl Pump 200 36 1 16 i 16
Kan City Southern.. 200! 26 265i 261
Laclede Gas 1 1 103
Lehigh Valley S.900 162 1601 1G1J
Loulsvlllo & Nash.. 400 13S1 133 1373
M St P & S Ste M 133
Mo Kan & Texas 271
Missouri Paclflo 3,200 41" 41 411
National Biscuit 120
National Lead 400 50J 4P 492
N R of M 2nd pfd... 400 243 241 231
New York Central. . 400 107J 1071 1071
N Y Ont & West 311
Norfolk & WoBtern.. 400 1122 1121 1121
North American S2
Northern Padflo .... S,S0O 1196 HS5 119
Pacific Mall ,. 291
Pennsylvania 700 132g 122g 1226
People's Gas Ill
P C C & St Louis 1001
Pittsburg Coal 100 22J 22fi 223
PrcESod Steel Car... 100 331 S31 33
Pullman Pal Car 106
Reading 51,200 165R 163! 164B
Republic Iron & S... 200 241' 2Tt 243
preferred ... 3S
Rock Island Co 1.500 2211 223 1 223
preferred 400 40J SD3I 402
St L & 8 r 2nd pfd.. 200' 1 37 1 261
Seaboard Air Line.. 600 20 19ii 19
proferred 600 47 461( 46
Sloes She? S & T I 1 40
Southern Pacific 7 OOOllOR '105i 1051
Southern Railway .. 1,000 2731 271 2.71
preferred 500 791 1 79 79
Tennessee Copper 200 35 I 34 341
Texas s Pacific 300 201 1 20i 201
Union Pacific 29,300 160?!l58J Ui9g
preferred .... .... 500 90 90 90
U S Realty 72
U S Rubber 5,000 G7i 66 66
U S Steel 95,300 611 623 64
preferred 1.000 109; 100l!l09i
Utah Copper , 2,300 565 553 553
Va Car Chemical.... 200 3S1 3S 371
preferred j 12
WcEtern Md 10U 44 44 433
Western Union 200 711 711 72
Weetingh Electric .. 300 741 74i, 74
Wheeling & L Erie.. 200 8 71; 71
Total Ealea for tho da.y. 371,500 shares.
St, Louis Wool.
ST. LOUTS, Jan. 23. Wool, steady.
Medium grades, combing and clothing,
23i7fr26c; light fmc, 10fiT2lc; heavy fine,
13(3lSc; tub washed, 27tfE36c.
Nl-TUr YORK, Jan. 23. Evaporated ap
Apricots, peaches and ratuine, quiet.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 23 Cattle Ro
eclpts 4500. Including 1000 soulbornf--,'
market steady. Native steers, i'6.90S.25;
southern stecrp. S3.50f3M,3i; southern cows
nnd heifers. 53.75fT6.25; natlvu rows nnd
heifero. SCoiBf'T.nO; stockcrs' and focdorf.
Sri.RO'y ".50; bulls. oiff e.riO: calve?. ?fi.50
10.25; western tci'E. JOQ'S; western cov.'a,
TTogH Recciptr. 11.000; market weak tn
5 cents lower. Bulk of sales. 57.257.371 ;
hoaw. 57. 307. 10; piickcrt! and butchers.
i7.255'7.373; light, $7.15(3)7.30; plgH, ?6ft
Sluiop RecelptH 5000: market steady
MullotiH. ?I.SOi0)5.7u; lambs--. S7.50aVS;75:
ran go wethers and ycarllngo. 55577.50;
nin;c cwe?j, ?3.nOlS'5.3ri. j
CHICAGO. Jan. 23 Cattle RecciptH
6000; market slow. Atcady. Boovob. V3
C(7. 0 . 1 S ; Texas Blr-cr. ? 1.70ft' 5.70: wnlern
fteeru. $5.507.30: stoekers and femlerx.
51.9005' 7,65; con'i! and heifers. ?2. 70?' 7.35;
I Hogs Rec-ilpts 31.000: market low.
weak t 5 cents lowpr than Wednesdays
average. Light. f7.15S77.i5: mlNcd. $7.20
7.50: lieaT. Q'M; rough. $7fj".15:
pips, 5.70(T'7.30; bulk of 3alcs, $7.40'57.45.
Sheep Rccelptp 17,000; market Wuak to
lM(fi15c lower than Wednesday's average.
Native, 51.8516.35: western, S5'G.3i:
yearllngr. J6.40ff?;S.25: lambs, native, $7
9.20; wet'tcrn, 579.20.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Jan. 23. Cattle
Receipts. 4000. Market, slow to 10c
lower. Native ctccri'. J6.60fiJiS.CP; cows
and heifers. J4.00C?-7.00; western steers,
55.50&S.00: Texan fiteers. 54.75(fr6.35: cowf
and helfcre, iZ.oQQG.hQi calves, 55.75(3
Moga Receipts. 16,000. Market, weak;
olosed strong. Heavy. 57.20(37.35; light,
37.00SiiM,30; plgt, 55.306.75; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts. S500. Market, 10c to
5c lower. Yearlings, $7.50JS.iri; wclbb
t- Xr" 7".?it 01; Innibf. snOOS 7.1
LOCAL PRICES ADVANCED
ON ORANGES AND LEMONS
Damage by Frost in -California Is the Cause of Big
Increase in Quotations; Grapefruit
'r Also Is up.
AS a reUlt of the heavy frost's dam
age to the California citrus fruit
crop, local prices on oranges and
lemons have taken a tremendous
jump during the past week. An
advance of 53.50 per case on lomono Is in
effect on the wholesale market, this prod
uct being quoted at $0.50 per case. A
week ago California lemons were to be
had for 6 per case. Retail dealers have
advanced their stock to 40 cents a dor.en.
Oranges have been subject to an advance
of 50 ccntp a case.
Tn t.he opinion of local dealers the high
prices will prevail throughout the winter.
The California cron has been practically
wiped out. A large part of what remains
is of an inferior quality and Is not likely
to find a market locally. With eastern
markets ready to take all of the Florida
crop, local dealers are experiencing dif
ficulty In having orders filled on the
Grapefruit Is also subject to an ad
vance. A car of tho Florida, product will
arrive in Salt Lake tho latter part of
the week. This will bo sold on the whole
sale market al prices ranging from ?Si
to $8.50 per case, an advance of ?1 per
ease-. The vegetable market is In good
condition, a number of cars of Texas
vegetables having been received in Salt
Lake during the week.
Eggs took a slight advance during tho
week on the wholesale market. Storage
eggs sell at ?7.o0 per case. while the
strictly fresh article Is quoted at S9.25
per case. Tho local markets are about
cleared of the storage variety. Tho ad
vance on the fresh product is attributed
to the cold weather.
Utah celery has been practically wiped
off the local market by the recent frosts.
One local firm controls nearly all of the
Utah celery to be had at the present
time. Prices have been advanced to 51
per dozen on the wholesale market.
Local quotations are:
Local quotations are:
Barracuda, per lb $ .11 5 .15
Black bass, por lb :. .28 .35
Carp, per lb 05 .06
Codfish, per lb....; .OS' .l"i
Crabs, each 30 .35
Yellowtall, per lb i .12 Ao
Flounders, por lb 11 -1"
Kingfish, per lb 11 .15
Halibut, per lb . .17 .22
Herring, per lb 09 .121
Prawns, per quart 32 .3i
Perch, per lb 11 .15
Rock cod. per lb 11 -15
Fresh, salmon, per lb 15 . .20
Silver smelts, per lb...... .11 .15
Sea bass, per lb 14 .20
Lobster, per lb 30 .35
Shad, per lb 10 .121
amelts (Cal.) per lb 15 .20
Soles, per lb 13 -lo
Brook trout, each 125 .15
Tom cod, per lb 12 .15
GENERAL DECK IN
THE CEREAL MARKET
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. Wheat, corn and
oats declined on the board of trade to
day. Wheat experienced a moment of firm
ness early on steady Liverpool cables
basod on reported drought In indla. but
thereafter ruled under yesterday in sym
pathy with tho cash market. The specu
lative trade also lacked the support o
corn strength, on which it has depended
somewhat lately. Argentina was leading
freely for export. Spot, markets through
out tho country were reported dull and
weak. May declined 3c ncL
General rains reported In Argontlna
sent the corn market down $c for May.
Tho trade attached more Importance to
this than to the domestic rainfall, which
probably will retard tho movement from
the farms. Tho spot market was dull
and out of lino, although on concern
roported 100,000 bushels sold for export.
Oats were dull and tho tone a reflection
of corn. May dropping Sc not for the
day. Shipping call iillm.
Provisions wore dull and fluctuations
very narrow. Tho tone was easy on the
larger hog run. closing prjceB being 21c
to 5c under yesterday.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Mav 93 93 921 921
Jufv 901 002 S9J S9i
Sept I SSt SSt SSI S3g
Mav 521 52a SIS
Julv 531 531 52? B2!
Sep't 53; 54 1 53S 531
May 34 341 331 33R
July 341 341 3:;s 335
Sopt 34 34 331 33S
Mcbs pork, $1S.50(5V1S.02!.
Clearances wheat and flour equaled
1,056,000 bushels. Primary receipts were
1.125,000 bushels, against 556,000 last
year. Estimated receipt:) for tomorrow;
Wheat. 65 cars: corn, 470 cars; oats, 1S6
cart", hogp. 23.000 head.
ITow York Produce.
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. Flour, about
steady, with demand poor. Receipts,
25,000 barrels; shipments. 15,000 barrels,
Wheat Spot, easy; No. 2 red. $1.09
elevator and 51,10 flo.b. afloat, both nom
inal; No. 1 northern Duluth, COJo f.o.b,
afloat. FuturcH wore easy under liquida
tion prompted by lower continental mar
kets, closing Hff'&c net lower. May.
9S 9-16'994c: closed 9S 9-16c; July closed
90?c. Receipts. 74.000 bushels; ship
ments. 2000 busholH Bonded wheat:
January closed ?1.00i; May. 961c; July,
Raw Hiipar, nominal; muscovado. .SO
tost. 2.9Sc: centrifugal. .96 test. 3.4Sc;
molasses, .SO test, 2.73c. Refined, steady.
CHICAGO. Jan. 23. Butter str-ady;
creamer! op, 2024ic: eg?,'H easy, recclpis
56S1 cases; fresh rcccipto at mark, eases
Included. 19'fr22c: refrigerator firsts, '161
17c; first. 2210 222c.
Potatoea steady; receiptw twenty cars;
Michigan, ITSOc; Minnesota, 450'ISc;
Poultry steady: dressed turkeys, 22c;
chickens, live, 13c; springs, live, 13c.
CJoffco Fuluroa Steady.
NEW YORK. Jan. 2Ji. Corfce futures
opened barely steady at a decline of 5
to 7 points under liquidation. Prices
ralllod on trade buying and short cov
ering, with the close firm, net 1 point
higher to S points lower. Sales, 106,250
January. 13.04c: February, 13.0Sc,
Mai'ch. 13.20c; April. 13.2Sc: May, 13.47c;
June, 13.54c; July, 13.63c; August. 13,6Sc;
Septembor. 13.S0c; October, 13.72c; No
vember, 13.69c; December. lo.6fic.
Spot, dull; Rio No. 7, lclc; Santos No.
' Mild?' quiet; Cordova, 16lSc.
Plax, Oats and Byo.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 2S. No. S yel
low corn. 4243c.
.No. 3 white oats. 31tgSllc.
No. 2 rye 67fto9c.
Flour First patents. 54. 30554. bo, sec
ond patents, $1.154.j0: first clears, 33 10
Cf o.iO: second clears. 52.302 60.
Fresh shrimps, per lb 10 .25
Salmon trout, per lb.'..... .19 .25
Mullet, per lb..: .05
Carp, per lb 05
Mountain trout, per lb... .35 .40
Superior whltefiah, per lb. .25 .30
Fresh mackerel 12 .171
Red snapper 10 .15
Anchovies .15 .20
Mackinaw trout, per lb... .22 .30
Piko 25 .30
Oysters, selected, per gal $2.75
0stcrs, selected, per pint 40
Dressed hens, per lb $ .17 ? .25
Goefe. per lb .20 .25
Turkey, per lb 24 27(f?29
Ducks (domestic), lb IS ".22
Roasters, per lb 13 25580
Broilers, per lb 25 3035
Medium wild ducks, per doz 3.50
High patent, Utah, per cm. .52.00D.30
Straight grade, Utah, cwt.... 1.90)210
Bakers' No. 1, per cwt 1.80g2.00
High patent, Utah, per cwt. .?2.302.50
Straight zrade. Utah, cwt 2. 20O2.40
Bakers' No. 1. cwt 2.102.35
Dressed beef, per lb 91C5-10J
Dressed mutton, per lb 7 3
Dressed pork, per lb 0 10
Pork loin, per lb 121
Dressed spring lamb, per lb 101Q)11
Sirloin, per lb 22
Family porterhouse, per lb 25 30
Short cut, per lb 25 (J-SO
Round, per lb 20
Chuck, per lb 15
Pot roast, per lb 20
Rump, per lb 175(a)30
Boiling, per lb 125
Soup bones, per lb 4
Pork chops, per lb 20 (ff25
Hams, per lb 20 3'24
Shoulder roast, per lb 1G
Mutton (leg), prime, per lb 171
Loin and rib chops, per lb 20
Shoulder ,chops, per lb 15
Spring lamb roast, per lb........30(3'25
Spring lamb chops, per lb ...2530
Slew, per pound 10
Salt pork, per lm 175
Veal chops, per lb 2080
Shoulder chops, per lb 20
Ham. per lb, center cuts 30
Ham, per lb, first cuts 25
Bacon, slab, per lb .28
Bacon, fancy, per lb., sliced .40
Hay and Grain.
Alfalfa, per ton 513.20 5....
Timothy, per cwt 17.00 ....
Alfalfa, per cwt, .75
flmthv. ror ovvt 05
Bran, per cwt 1.20 135
Barley (roller), por cwt.... 1.35 1.50
Com, per cwt 1.55
Cracked corn, per cwt 1.45 1.60
Cornmeal, por cwt 2.50 3.00
Oats, per cwt. 1.40 1.6F.
Shorts, per cwt 1.35 1.50
Wheat, per cwt 1.45 1,60
Bran and shorts 1.25 1.40
Tangerines, doz 15 3 ,25
Quince, 4 lbs for .25
Persimmons, per lb .25
Italian chestnuts, per lb .25
Pomgranates, per lb .121
Cocoanuts. each ,10 S .15
Apples, peck .50
Bananas, dozon 20 .40
Figs, dozen .40
Grapefruit, each 12"a .15
Lemons, per doz .25 i .40
Oranges, ner doz .30 .60
Pears, per lb .10
Cranborrlec, lb - .12
Malaga grapeo, lb .25
Hawaiian pineapples, each.. .121
Utah cabbage .03
Bell peppers .15
Carrots, two bunches for.... .15
Horseradish, -oer lb .25
Lettuce, each. 10c ...2 for ... .15
Artichokes, each ............ .15
Brussels sprouts, lb .15
Parsley, per bunch 05
California 3plnach. buunch .. 05
Radishes, bunch .05
Green oniona, 3 bunches for.. .10
Turnips, per lb .03
Carrots, now. per lb .03
Boots, new, per lb .03
Potatoes, peck .20
Fresh tomatoes, per lb 121
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Roquefort, per pound 42 .60
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Edam, dozen 12.60 ....
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Eastern ID .30
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Eastern Daisies 20 .30
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