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PROFIT TAKING
IN SECURITIES
DID NOT STOP SPECULATIVE
OPERATIONS
BRIGHT BUSINESS PROSPECTS
Produced Cheerful Feeling In Wai:
Street— New Record Price for
Delaware, Lackawanna A .
Western Stock
FURTHER ADVANCES
IN SPECIAL STOCKS
X.X '. Opening prices In atocks yester
,, : day were fractionally higher, a rise
. . of a point In Northern Pacific be*
. i ; Ing the only notable variation from
* • the average.
. . Itoallzlns; met the opening: ad
«>« > vanun. St. Paul's rise of a point
4> led to a recovery. Sharp changes
* In a few specialties left the level
4> of the market little changed.
<l» Lnckawanna made a new record
* of 410 with an advance of 6,4-
***** ***++++******'h****<H
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 29.-Yesterday 1 s re
vival of speculative animation on the
stock : exchange was fully maintained to
day, although there was a good volume of
business and some striking gains were
recorded. ■ ■ ■
The market showed the effect to some
extent of the desire to take profits on
the week's gains and the principal active
stacks were not inclined to advance with
vigor. -The news of the day was not Im
portant and was <of no apparent effect
upon the prices.
• The net result of the week's operations
on the surplus reserves of the banks wan
small,, but this was due to the offsetting
effect of some large gains in individual
Items. .The $18,500,000 expansion in loans
were ; attributed largely to the taking
over of loans from the banks to the trust
companies, as the call loan market offera
no greater profit than the rate by banks
to trust companies on their deposits. It
Is surmised . also that the ' stirring of
speculative Interest in the stock market
has resulted In some Increase of borrow
ing for 'that account. The gain in cash
of $5,940,700 was much larger than ■ ex
pected and I operated to conserve margin
of the surplus.
Weekly reports of the mercantile agen
cies helped to. foster the cheerful feeling
over the business outlook which has great
weight In Wall street. .■
■t A feature of the day was the new rec
ord price for Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western at 410, accompanied by rumors
of another Intended extra dividend on that
Stock." ■ :.: .
•i The first tone of the market continued
up to the close.
Bonds were , steady. Total sales, par
value $1,660,000. . . -
: New York Stock*
< By Associated PreßS.
* "', NEW ': YORK, July 29.— The following
'•were the official quotations for stocks
'and. bonds on the Stock exchange
today:
I, Shares— Stock. High. Low. Clobo.
.......Adnms Ex Co .....: .;;. ..... -235
li;G0O Amalgam "Copper.. 84 83 893%
■ ' COO Am Car & Foundry 36% 36% 36%
-. -"do preferred 98%
........ Am Cotton Oil 29%
" :."..... 'do preferred. ; ,5..., 5 ... 92
....... Am Express ' 225 '
V 300 Am H & L pfd ....40% 40% 40%
.; 100 Am Ice Securities.. 26% 26% 26%
....... Am Linseed Oil ..... 18
........ "do preferred 40
n 1,100 Am Locomotive .... 49% 48% 48%
>' 100 •do preferred 112 ,"112 111%
.15,800 Am Smelt & Ref1n..121% 120% 120%
i ■■ do -preferred ...... '.:.,—..... 121 V
.24,000 Am Sugar Refln 140% 140% 140%
B : Am Tob pfd cer 96%
■■• 200 Anaconda ; Mln C 0.'.111% 111% 111
■ 10,500 Atchison 88 87% 87% i
: 400' do preferred 103' 102% 102%
300 At Coast Line 160 159% 159%
■' 6,600 Baltimore & Ohio.. 115% 114% 114%
,":. ....■■■' do preferred 99
3,100 Brook ■ Rap Transit 69% 69% 69%
■ 6,400 Canadian • Pacific ..155% 155 155%
."...... Central of N Jersey .... : 200'
' 3,100 Chesapeake & Ohio 65% 66% 55
;...... Chicago & Alton 34%
'; '200' -do preferred 80 79% 79
, 1,700 Chicago Gt West.. 20% 20 20
1,009 Chicago & N'west.. 2l2 211 210.
. 8,100 Chi Mil & St Pau1.. 181% 180% 181
;..-..;•;••• Chi. Term & Trans .... 18%
1......', -do preferred ...... 39
....... CO C& St Louis ..... 98
2,500 Col Fuel & Iron .... 48% 46 ' 46%
•„900 Col & Southern ....28 .27% 27%
1.;.... ■■ do Ist preferred .. : 69%
1 500' do 2d preferred .. 88% 3S 38%
v ; 100 Consolidated 0a5...189% 189% 189%
..' IOO Corn Products .10 10 10
....... do preferred ........... ....; 46
-.' 1,100 Del •• fe^Hudson 193
1 1,100 Del- Lack & West.. 4lo 405 410
Denver & R Grande 31%
■■, 200 . do preferred ...... 86% 86% -89%
• ' 400 Dist Securities .....42% 41% 43
6.200 Erie- ;.:.... .....47% 46% 46%
:2,500 . do Ist preferred .. S5 84% ■ 84»i
'. 5,400 • do ,2d preferred .. 75 74%- 74%
•- 1,200 Gen' Electric 180 176 179%
'.'...■... T locking Valley ... .... 85
8. 000 Illinois Central ....175% 174%' 174%
•; f 100 International Paper 19 19 • 18%
";..";-."^do preferred ...... 78'
...".... International Pump.... 27%
nrrr.'V* do preferred 80
.....-;. lowa -Central ..; '....■ 27
■;100- do preferred .62% 52% 62
.r.....'Kas. City Southern ..." 25H
VVTniT*" 1 do; preferred 67%
2,300 I, & Nashville 14C 145% 145%
» 300 Manhattan L 166 166 165
• 1,300 Metro Securities ...82% 82% 82%
• 1,800 Metro" Stßy .......128% 128 127%
.: 300 Mexican - Central .. 21% 21% 21%
. -100 Minn<&St Louis.. 60 60 65
.'l,7ooMlnn SP &S S M..125% 125 125%
.'...;-.. -do preferred 160
8,000 Missouri - Paelflo ...101% 100% 100%
■s ,300 Mo,Kas& Tex .... 29<1 29% 28%
'\' 200 i do preferred ...... 64% 64% 64
'~.100 National Lead ..... 46 46 4(1
'■. 100 Natl ; RR Mcx pfd.. 37% 87% 87%
• ' 800 New York Central. .l 47% 147 ■ 146%
2.500 N,Y Ont & Western 62% ' 62% 52%
„". 1,900 Norfolk & Western 87 86% 86%
'.'......■ -do preferred '....,' 92
1,500 North American ..101% 100% 100%
;'....... Pacin0 Mail "...." 43%
13.200. Pennsylvania' 143% 142% 142%
.200Peoj)le I B.GaS T .......105% 105% 105%
,;...;.- P C C & St Louis ■ 7K
- . 800 Pressed Steel Car.. 40% 40% 40%
'.*...;. --do preferred -94%
<■• 100 Pullman Pal Car ..239% 239% 239
; 21,200 Reading :■. ......106% 104% WfiiJ
....... do lßt preferred 93
r-100 do 2d*preferred .. 92% ■• 92%' 92%
i 1,300 Ilepubllo Steel 21% 20% 20%
■ ; 2,200 -i do preferred 84 ?3% 83%
,2,300 Rock. lsland Co .... 31%' -31% 81%
'■.i, 30(i' do preferred 86% 86% Rfi%
• 100 Rubber Oooda 85% 35% 35%
'.'.'.'. ... ' do preferred 104%
3. INK) Bt L & 8F 3d pfd 60% 68 BR%
- 100 St Louis Southwest 23% 23% 23%
■ 100 do preferred 62% . 62% 68
5,000 Southern Pacino ...65% 6S 65
T;..".'..'*"- do preferred .>. .■ ..... lit
-< 1,200 Southern Railway.. 83% v 33% »s>*
200 do preferred SB% 98% 98%
6. 500 Train Coal & Iron.. 89% 88% 89%
„100 Texas & Pacific.... 34% Bi% 83%
100 Toledo St L & W.. 35% - 88% 88
'300 -do preferred, 67% 67% 66%
83,100 Union Pacific 131% 130% 130
'....;..'.; do preferred' ..,. 98
'U-S Express 172
8.400 U 8 Rubber ........ 62% 61% 81«
■» 300 - do preferred 11l 110% io»»i
45,600 U- 8 Steel 38% 85% 85%
105,200 -do preferred 103% 103% 103%
,200 Vlr Caro Chemical 34 84 »4
100 do preferred 107 107- 106
200 Wabash 19% 19% 19%
200 do preferred 41% 40% 40%
....... Wells Fargo Kxp - 228
■ 800 Westinghouse E1e0..168% 167 168%
,- "Western Union .... 94.
....... Wheelln* & L Erie .... 16
B<JO Wisconsin • Central.. 24 24 21
'3m do preferred 61% 61% 51«4
f.tm Northern Paclfio ..205 204 JO4U
«vm Central Leather .. 44% 43% -44
1 000 do preferred....... 104% ; 104% 104%
Total mile* for, the day, 314.800 uhuros.
, New. York Bonds
By Associated Pre M.*
NEW YORK, July ».— Tb« following
OUTLOOK IS GOOD FOB
HETTEU EIIDIT PRICES
Special to The Herald.,
NEW YOrtK. July 29.-Twenty-«even cars of oranges were sold this we«>k
against nineteen carloads for the same week one year Ago. Prices were about the
name. Good valenelas were high, Old Missions leading. The offerings next week
will probably be larger as the peaches are about exhausted and receivers, will turn
loose. . The quality of valenclofl continues very find. Bwects nro holding out longer
than expeoted and are realizing good prices.
No California lemon* were sold this week, as the lemon market was lower.
The weather Is muoh cooler and previous high prices curtalle.d the demand. The
offerings of foreign lemons were lighter than expected, only 28,000 boxes, ex-steam
ships Cretle and Emilia.
Lpmon prices— Verdelll, fancy 800 a, $5.25®6.82; 3fiO», $4.60«K87; choice SnOfi, $4.78
®5.12; BCOs, $4.12@4.75; ripe fruit, fancy 800s, $4.78@8.25| BHOi, $4.25'9)4.62; choice 300s, $4.25
©4.62 i 860s, »3.87@4.62. Eight hundred boxes of Majors were sold at $3.87@«.87.
Next week's sales— Tuesday: Steamship Capolltan Princes, 8000 boxes; Thurs
day, Sereas, 21,000 boxes. The supply In sight Is very small, '„70,000 boxes, of which
29,000 will be sold next week.
Cargoes afloat are: Steamship Perugia, 8000 boxes; Clara, 28,000; Prlns Ookar,
15,000. This Is the smallest supply ever known at this tlm« of the year.. The foreign
crop la very short and California lemons should sell high the balance of the season.
California advices say $00 carloads of lemons are still to come, which will give mod
erate supply for the balanoe of the summer and early fall, and ought to Inaure a
firm market.
quotations as given above are according to grades of brands as they are reg
istered In California In the cltrua brand register.
were eloslng quotations for bonds on
the Stock exchange »o«layi
U 8 ref 2s r,.103% Man en gld 48.. 101%
do coupon ..103%' Mcx Con 45.... 77
ts registered. .lo3% no Ist lno ....22
do coupon ..104 Minn ft Si. 4c 97%
New 4s re« ..131% M X & T 45.. 102
do coupon ..IS3 do 2<ls 8?H
Old 4s reg ..104 N n Mcx en 4s 82%
do coupon ..104 N V C gn 8%5.. 89%
Am Tob 4s cer 76 NJC gn 6S--J3J
do 6s cer ....114 Nor Pao 4 106
Atch gen 45..104% do 3a .■•••,?JL
do ad] 4s .... 97% N &.W con 45. .103%
A C Line 45..102& O8 L rfdg 45.. 96%
B & O 45... .105% Perm cony 3%5..104u
do 3%a 95% Read gen 45.... 102%
Cen ofCla Bs.'.llS SL & TU en 55..116%
do Ist lno .. 96% BL &SF fg 45.. 88%
do 2d lno ..86% SL SW con 45.. 82
Ch & O 4%8..109 Sea Air Line 4s 90
Ch &Al 8%5.. 79% Sou Pao 4s .... 94%
CB & Q Is. .101$ do cer 96%
CRI&P 4s 82% Sou Ry 5s 119
do col Bs .... 94% Tx & Pac 15t5..122
CCC &SL 45..103 W. T SL & W 45.. 88
Chi Term 4s .. 96U Union Pac 45.. 105%
Col Mid 45.... 74% do cony 45.... 121
Col & Sou 4a.. 95% US Steel 2d 55.. 95
Cuba Eg cer ..107, Wabash lsts -118
D & R G 45..101 do Deb B .... 71%
Dist Sco 55.... 79% West Md 45.... 88^
Erie pr In 45..101J4 Wh &L E 45.. 92%
do pen 45.... 93% Wls Con 4s ....93%
FW &DC Is. .114% Jap 6s 2d ser.,loo
Hoc Val 4%5..110% fpiyPJ** :-V 2?14
Japan Cs cer. .101% Col Ind Bs set A 75%
L & N un 4s. .103% do set B li
Boston Stocks and Bonds
By Associated Press. . '„ -
BOSTON, July 29.— The following were
the closing quotations for stocks and
bonds on the Stock PTohanste today:
Atch adj 4s .. 97 Adventure 6
do 4s 102% Allouez i.^.Vi... 28^
Mcx Cen 4s .. 76 Amalgamated .. 83%
Atchison ..... 87% Am Zino 10
do pfd 102% Atlantlo IS
B & Albany.. 2ss Blngham ...... .. 31%
B & Maine.. ..179 Cal & Hec..665(5;670
Boston L 157 Centennial 22%
Fltchburtr pf..146 Copper Range.. 71J4
Mcx Central .. 22& Daly West 13%
, NY NH & H..202 Dom Coal 78
I Per Mar .. 98 Franklin 1%
Union Pac ....130% Grancy 7
Am Arg Chem 23^4 lale-Boyale .... 23%
do pfd 90 Mass Mining „ 9%
Am Pnu Tube 6V4 Michigan 14%
Am Sugar ....140 Mohawk ........ 53%
do pfd 13SV4 Mon C & C ... 2%
Am T & Te1.. 138% Old Dominion .. 28%
Am Woolen .. 37% Oaceola ...100
do pfd 103V4 Parrot 26
Edison B I .-.243 Quincy 107%
Gen Electrlc.,l7B Shannon -7%
Mass Electric 17V4 Tamarack 125
do pfd ...... 61 Trinity 9%
Mass Gas .... 45 United Copper.. 3U4
Unitd Fruit.. lo6 .US Mining ....'33%
UnßhoMch.. 68% + U S Oil lOVfe
do pfd ;;.:.. 32 Utah 46
V SBteel .... 35% Victoria .... 4U
do pfd 103% Wlnona ......... 13
Westghs com. 83 Wolverine ...'...117 •
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
- NEW YORK, July 29.— Close: Money on
call nominal ; no loans. : ■
Time loans easy; sixty days, 2»4??;3 per
cent; ninety days 3, six months 3%@4 per
cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4@4ft, per
Sterling exchange weak with actual
business in bankers bills at 4.8640@4.8G.-)0
for demand and at 4.8470@4.8450 for sixty
days bills; posted rates, 4.85ft@4.87ft; com
mercial bills, 4.84 ft... . . ■ , •
Bar 'silver. 69.
Mexican dollars, 45ft.
Government bonds and railroad bonds
8 LONDON, July 29.-Consols, 90ft; silver,
273-16 d . . ,
New York Bank Clearings
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK. July 29.— The statement of
averages of the clearing house banks of
this city for the week show:
Loans. $1,144,847,400; increase, $18,480,700.
Deposits, 51,199,744,800; Increase, $22,236,-
Clrculatlon, $48,804,600; decrease, $108,600.
Legal tenders, $90,411,600; Increase, J1.302,
600 ' ~ ' ' ' ' '
Specie, $224,830,000; increase, $4,640,200.
Reserve, $315,242,200; increase, $5,942,700.
Reserve required, $299,936,225; Increase,
Surplus, $15,805,976; Increase, $356,025.
Ex-U. S. deposits, $17,420,200; increase,
$338,625. ' ' '- . ■■;'■• ;■■".■ .■
Pacific. Coast Trade
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO^ July 29. ' '
Beans-Pink, $3.25®3.75: lima, $5.50@5.7p:
small white, »3.25@3.75; : large white, $2.50
Potatoes— Early rose, $4.00®5.00; Salinas
Burbanks, 80c@$1.00. . »„ v.;'.,=
Onions— Fancy, $1.10; common, OOc. .
Various— Green - peas,- 2%@3V4c; Btrlng
beans, 4@6c: egg plant, $1.00®1.6O; green
peppers, 60c@51.60: tomatoes, 35@b00; sum
mer squash, *o@soc; garlic, 3@4c; cucum-
Fhiur— Family extras, $4.80@5.05; bakers'
"whSa^BnKw.-, *1.45@1.85: milling,
$I Barlfy-Feed, 95c@».00; brewing, $1:05®
*' Oats-Red, $1.15@1.85.
Mlllstuffs-MWdllnßS. $2fi#2B; mixed fee.l,
$22.60024; rolled barley, $21.50@22.50.
Hay— Wheat, $9@13.50; wheat and oat,
$8.60011.50; oat, tame, $7011.60; barley, $6.50
®9J)0; alfalfa, $6®9; clover, $7010.00; straw,
*^elpts— Floiir. 332; wheat. 23,960; bar
ley 8 738: oats, 2,205; beans, 116; potatoes.
1 527; onions. 1,105; bran. 85; middlings, 200:
hay, 958; hides, 263; wine, 61,275,
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press. •
NEW YORK." July 29.— Sugar— Raw,
strong; fair rennlng, 3 7-16@3Vio; centri
fugal, 96 test, 4ftc; molasses sugar,
4 3-lG@lWc; refined, qulpt; No. 6, 4.B0o;
No. 7,4.850; No. 8, 4.45 c; No. 9, 4.40 c; No.
10 4 350: No. 11, 4.250; No. 12, 4.20 c; No.
13, 4.13 c ;' No. 14, 4.06 c; confectioners' A,
6.05 c; mould A, 6.600; out loaf, 5.90 c;
crushed, 5.90 c; powdered, 5.30 c; granulat
ed, 5.200; cubes, 6.45 c.
. The market for coffee ■ futures closed
steady with June 5 ■ points higher, but
generally unchanged to 6 points net low
er. Sales Included September at 6.95®
7.05 c; October, .7.10 c; December, 7.30 c.
Cotton and. Wool
By Associated Press. ;
NEW ■ YORK, July 29.— Cotton closed: !
Spot, quiet; middling uplands, 11.10 c; mid
dling gulf, 11.35. Sales, 25 bales.
Open. High. Low. Close.
January 11.06 . 11.15 • 11.06 11.13
March .. 1115 1121 11.15 11.20
August .- 10.67 10.74 10.87 10.74
Bepteirber 10.78 10.85 10.83 10.85
October 10.98 11.01 10.94 11.00
Dacember 11.02 11.10 11.01 11.09
■ST. LOUIB, July 29.— Wool— Steady; me
dium gradea combing and clothing. 26@
81c; light lino, 2Htt>27o; heavy fine, 18<S«2o;
tub washed, 83®420.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, July ©.-Butter—
Fancy creamery, Ho; seconds. 220 ;• fancy
dairy, Ho; seconds, 80c. V
Cheßse— Kttstern, 15©18i4o; Young Amer
ica, 10H«()Uc. •
■ Kkks— ltuneli, H341 270 : store, lWllc.
CinCAOO, July ».— On the produce ex
change today the butter market whh tlrm;
urettineri«s, 17&20tfo ; dalrlt-s, 16<3H»V»C
. Eggs—Firm at mark, 13#16fto. -
CUw»t»-auady, lOli'iJUViu.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1905.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Wheat Opened Firm but Closed Weak.
Corn Steady
By Associated Press. ' . ' .
CHICAGO, July 20.— Weakness In the
wheat market developed during the last
half hour of today, Early In the session
the market was quite firm on a fair de
mand from commission houses. At the
opening September was Mo * higher, to
%o lower at 85@85%c. With light offerings
the price gradually advanced to B(!Vtc.
Reports of continued heavy primary re
ceipts helped to dislodge large quantities
of long wheat. September declined to
84% c. The close was practically at the
lowest point of the. day, final quotations
on September being %o lower at 81 Vie.
The corn market was firm. September
closed at 52Hc, a gain of He. '< > ■
The market for oats was rather weak.
September closed Me down at 27%0.'
Provisions were steady on fair support
from packers. ~At the closo September
pork was up 2V4c and lard and ribs were
off 2V6c.
Market Ranges
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat, No. 2— July, 85% c; September,
84% c; December, 85%0. ■
Corn, -No. 2— July, 54c; July old, 64c;
September, 62%@52%c; September old,
62% c; December, 45%0. • v . <
Oats, No. 2— July, 29V4c; September,
27%0; December, 28&o; May, 29c.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour— Steady; winter patents, $4.20@4.50;
straights, $4.00@4.10; spring patents, $4.85
@5.40; straights, $3.60@4.80; bakers' extras,
$2.40@3.40.
Wheat-No. 2 spring. $1.04©1.10; No. 8,
95c@51.00; No. 2 red, 86U@87%c. '
Corn— No. 2, 64%@66c; No. 2 yellow, 65%
@66% c: v- ■• •••■!.<
Oats-No. 2, 29^29& new; No. 2 white,
30c, new; No. 3 white, 28Vi@30c, new. .
Rye— No. 2, 66c.
' Barley— Good feeding, 3G@380; fair to
choice malting, 41@45c.
I Flaxseed— No. 1, $1.31: No. 1 northwest
ern, $1.39. Prime timothy seed, $3.20.
Provisions— Mess pork, per barrel, $13.05
@13.10; lard, per 100 pounds, $7.12H®7.15;
short ribs sides (loose). $7.85®7.96; short
clear sides (boxed). $7.87 H.
Whisky— Basis of high wines, $1.27. ■
Clover— Contract grade, $12.75©13.00. ■
Articles— Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels,.... 16,100., ■. 19,700
Wheat, bushels 272,600 29,800
Corn, bushels 251,200 . 263,200
Oats, bushels 375,000 .149,000
Rye, bushels 13,000 . .' ....'.
Barley, bushels ....'16,500 ' ■ 800
, , Cereals of the World ■ . :
By Associated Press. ' '■' '\
■ LIVERPOOL, July 29.— Close: Wheat-
September, 6s H%A; December, 6s 7%d. - ■
SAN FRANCISCO. July 29.— Wheat-
Steady; December, $1.44; cash, $1.55.
Barley— Firmer; December, 94c; cash,
$1.00.
Corn— Steady; large yellow, $1.87H@
1.42V4.
NEW YORK, July 29.— Wheat— Spot,
steady. Options closed: May, 93c; July,
89% c; September, 90% c; • December, 91% c.
PORTLAND, July 29.— Wheat for ex
port: Club, 73®75c; ■ bluestem, 70c; xal
ley, 89c. " , . .
TACOMA, July • 29.— Wheat-Club, 74®
76c; bluestem, ,78c. .
The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 29.— Business was
quiet In . all the metal markets and no
quotable changes in Lake . and Electro
lytic. Copper quoted at 15.12%@15.47W.
casting at 14.75@15.00. - . ' ■■■„. „
Tin Is rather unsettled, closing quiet at
32.55(532.85.
Lead remains at 4.C0@4.70 and spelter at
5.55(§5.60. „': U "-Hv ;
Iron is about steady at recent prices.
Northern Oil Stocks
By Associated Press. . , :
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29.-Callfornla
stock and oil . exchange, morning session:
3,000 Occidental,' .02; 100 Chicago, new, .08.
Credit Balances
By Associated Press.
OIL CITY, July 29.-Credlt balances,
$1.27; certificates, no bid. ,
San Francisco Mining Stocks. .
By Associated Press. . . *
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29.— The official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alta 3 . Justice S
Andes 17: Mexican ......'....130
Belcher 19 Occidental Con.. 87
B & 8e1cher.... 130 Ophir 676
Bullion 40 , Overman 17
Caledonia 47 Potosl ■ 12
Chal Con f 24 Savage .70
Chollar 19 Scorpion 8
Confidence 93 Sag Belcher 4
Con C & Va..130 Sierra Nevada.... 25
Crown Point ..13 Silver Hill ...... 93
Exchequer 60 Union Con 41
G & Gurrie ;... 16 Utah Con 7
H & N'croaa. .190 Yellow Jacket .. 23
WESTERN MINING STOCKS
Following were the quotations and salps
yesterday on the^ Los Angeles Western
Mining Stock exchange: ,
Name— ■ :i- -Bid AnU^fi
ARIZONA- ABke<l -
Cashier Copper ..; .10
Clara G. & C. .1514 ' iky.
Parallel M. &M. 23 , 25*
CALIFORNIA—
Lassen Co., M. & M .10 11'
Mt. Vernon Extension 15V4 15K4
COMSTOCK— . * ™
C. C. & Va ... 160
TONOPAH-
Golden Anchor .93. loo'
Great Western 02% (KP/4
Jim Butler ... 71}
Jim Butler.i Extension '22
Little Tonopah ... . 290
Indiana Tonopah MM >. 01%
MacNamara 40 ■ <2
Midway 1.62 1.60
Montana 3.15
North Star m 58 "
Ohio Tonopah • .29 ■'■ .sx
Tonopah of Nevada 13.25 IS 75
aOLDFIKLD— " ■"..;
Black Butte 25
Diamond Field - 42
Dixie .17 19
Ooldlleld Mm. of Nev. .66 ITT
Jumbo go -
Kendall ■ 13
May Queen... 10 ...
Red Top « .87 .41
Sandstorm ... .64
Slmmerone , 35 38
Ooldneld Cen M% ' .01%
Nevada Southern .Oii>,{ .06
Nevada Prosp .Kl'Z
BULLFROG—
Bullfrog Mlnintr Co. ,25 Kg
Bullfrog Nat, Bank ,26 ...
Gold Bar .25 ,39 '
Llge Harris .in .03
Original Bullfrog; ' .U' ...
Eolll'ko .28 ...
NEVADA—
Eldorado Canyon ........... ,01U > .01%
Kawlch Mining .lj* ' .ujj
Official Qales
2000 Clara Old .15W 100 Red . Top/. .88
1000 ilo !)»).. .164 1000 Nev South .06%
3000 Ml Vr Xx .15$ 1000 d 0... ,0«v
500 Dixie IS 100 Orig Uulfg .26
3100 Cold Can .01K 1 100 May Quen ' ,18 .
Workmen ; attending , the pans in , salt
works are never known to have cholera,
smallpox, scarlet fever or Influenza,
/s££%, Deposit Your v
frSlgiß'l Surplus Gash
■^JTj^f.j . ,. „Wlth this bank, where absolute safety is assured,
•^*»aj^*v end where your investment will net you four per
. cent compound interest. HpwK
" Safe" Deposit Boxes for rent $2 per year and up.
Home Savings Bank tfiXisL
Money to Loan on Approved Real Estate
RANCH EGGS
ARE HIGHER
THE FANCY ARTICLE TAKEN AT
28 CENTS
ACTIVE DEMAND FOR BUTTER
Supply Well Cleaned Up, Despite the
: Extra Receipts— Arrival of .
■ ' Bananas Held Up by Flood
. at Salton
The quotations for local ranch eggs
were advanced Saturday by the egg quo
tation committee of the produce ex
change. Prices:. Ranch eggs, 28c; east
ern; 26c, and seconds, 21c. Strictly fancy
ranch eggs sold- quickly at 28c, and the
ordinary ranch article was taken at 27c.
Notwithstanding the liberal receipts of
butter, prices were firm and the supply
was pretty well cleaned up.
Vegetables were plentiful. ' Celery
dropped to $2.60@3.00 1 a crate. Potatoes
were unchanged. . > ■
Seven carloads of fruit from all sources
were received— two of bananas, I three of
peaches and plums, one of apples and
one of mixed fruit. Prices were generally
lower, on account of the limited demand.
Choice peaches sold at 40@750 a box;
apricots sold as high as 75c, and fine
nectarines sold at 75®85c. Plums .un
changed; green gages sold at 60@66c.
All varieties of apples were in good
supply, one carload of Alexander apples
selling at J1.25. ■ Th 6 demand was fairly
active. ■ 1 . ' ■ ■-.
Sultanas and Thompson seedless grapes
at $1.80 a pound box; muscats at $1.50 a
AJbout 800 trays of Tropico strawberries
and 76 crates of Monetaa -were In the
market, selling at 4@50 a box. No change
In logans and macks. ■ '
Bananas varied In price, BH®4Wc, ac
cording to quality.
Citrus fruits were firm.. , . . . , .;.
■■•; '■;:■■ Receipts! of Produce ; • , :
The produce exchange reports the fol
lowing articles received on the date
named: ' '. ' t < '.'■•''■' •,'
July 28- , . '. . . „
Eggs, cases v ......... K3
Butter, pounds 17.8U5
Cheese, pounds < 6.26»
Potatoes (Irish), sacks 470
Potatoes (sweet), sacks 10
Onions, sacks ......... .;..;.. ;.,....none
Beans, sacks ; ; „,..^..j.^...^... iVi . >; . (i . | ... [ .none
• The following iprlcea- rule. In - a jobbing
way In the, Los Angeleß market: ■ »
BUTTER— LocaI creamery, 67W0 a-roll;
freshi valley creamery, -Js@s7Ho; galley
storalie, ■■ 60c; coast .■■.creamery, -;47H@50cs
coast dairy, -45®47V4tr cooking,.. ; 21c. . i
EGGS— Southern California ranch, can
dled, 27@280; seconds; 21o; eastern, 260
flat ■ ' ■ ' ■ * * '
CHEESE : (all per lb.)— Northern, 12®
13c^Anchor (large), , local, M}4o:., Young
America, 14%o; hand-made, . 16% c! eastern
singles, • 14@15cf ( eastern.' twins, >: 14®16o;
eastern Cheddars,, 14c; .eastern Stilton,
14o ; eastern .14@15c: eastern
daisies. 14@15o; Swiss domestic, ldc; Swiss
? er ffiSSSFS J5|S
$4.25@4.35; Noj 2, $4.00®4E6;. lima, No^l,
$5.00®5.60; Lady Washington No.l, }3.25#
5785; small whlto No 1, $3.75; Garvanras,
$5.00; lentils, $7.60(5)8.00. ,^ '. „' •
POTATOES (all per 100 lbs.)— Fancy
Early Rose, $1.3001:40; fancy White
Rose, $1.2501.35; pfnk eyes, $101.10.;
SWEET POTATOES— Reds, ■ $1.50; yel
low, $2.25; whites, $1.50. <»,_ •
ONIONS (all per 100 lbs.)-Local silver
skins, 65®75c; Danvers, $1.00; Northern
Reds. $1.06@1.16. . ' ■•-
POULTRY <P er dozen)-Dealers pay live
weight as follows: Broilers, ll@16c; fry
ers 14©15 c ;■• old hens, 12%o; old roosters,
8c; young roosters, 14@15c; ducks, 12c;
turkeys, 16@18c.
. CEREAL OOODS-A.fo.lo^^^.^
Atl flour *2.90 ........
Pastry flour 2.75 ........
Banquet flour 2.80 • ..... ••••
Eastern graham ....... 8.45 v s|-40. $3.35
Eastern whole wheat.... 8.46 840 8.35
Graham flour- ............. 2.60 2.45 -2 40
Corn meal, W. and T 2.20 2.16 J.lO
Whole wheat flour 2.60 2.65 2.60
Rye flour 2.75, ,2.70 2.65
Cracked wheat "112 HI- IB
Farina 3 -<0 1 . 8.30
Wheat flakes, case of 8* 2-lb. cartons.. 8.20
Wheat flakes, per sack or 60 lbs 1.35
Wheat flakes, per bbl. of 125 lbs. net.. 4.00
HAY (all per ton)— Old crop No. 1 grain,
|14760@16 00; No. 2; I12.00@1M.00; , alfalfa,;
New U crop. No. 1 grain, $10.00®12.00; No.
2, $8.r>0«il0.00: alfalfa. $8.5(Wi)10.00. ■
FRUITS AND TERRlES— Bananas,
fancy Port Limons, . S'MPiY*o'< ■ straw
berries, 4@sc; dew,. Gcj.rnspborrles, 8@10c;
blackberries, 4@sc; loganberries, 4@50.
CITRUS FRUITS — Lemons, choice, $1.75
@1.90 box; fancy, $2.50@2.75 box; oranges,
sweets and St. Michaels, J1.90ffi2.25 a box
on quality. ■ " - . --V 1V 1 - ' ■
VEGETABLES— Beans,' string, 6@60 lb. ;
beans. wax,-4®7c lb! beets, 60®70c sack;
celery, fancy, 60c • dozen: chiles. , evapor-
ated, W^iMo lb; garlic, 'l4o:lb; lettuce. 200.
dozen, $1.16 sack; peas, ,4w60. 1b; spinach.
30a dozen; turnips. Ssc sack; cabbage,' 85@
- GRA°IN AND* FEED (all ' per 100 : Ibs.
net)-"-Wheat. $1.75; wheat, 100-Ib •■■ sacks,
$1.80; corn, $1.45; cracked corn, ti1. 60; feed
meal, $1.56; bran,', heavy, 'sl/80; rolled bar
ley, $1.40; oil cake meal, $2.00: cotton seed
meal, $1.55; cocoanut cake, $1.65; shorts,
$1.45; oats, white, $1.65; Kaffir corn. $1.45.
" ■ . ■ • ■ 10 lbs 25 lbs 60 lbs
Rye flour $2-75 $2.70 $2.65
Cracked wheat 3.40 3.35 3.80
Farina ....3,40 8.35 8.80
Corn meal, W. and Y. 2.40 2.85 2.80
Kast. whole wheat flour 3.20 8.15 8.10
Eastern whole meal .... 3.20 8.15 S.lO
Whole wheat flour 2.60 2.65 2.50
Wheat flakes, caoa of 88 2-lb cartom.. B. in)
Wheat flakes, per sack of SO lbs .1.85
Wheat flakes, per bbl of US lbs net.... 4.00
GENERAL FRUIT MARKET
By Aiisoclated Press. ■ .
SAN FRANCISCO, July 29.
Fruits— Fancy apples, 11.15; common, 40o;
crab apples, 7uc(Ssl.&p. ■''■•„ . •
Berries— Strawberries, $3©5; blackber
ries, Sl.&Wt; huckleberries, ' |10; raspber
ries, |3®6. «„
Orapes— Ordinary. 50©90 c.
Pears— Common, 6O0; fancy, $1.00; Bart
lett, 11.004H.73.
Peaches— Common. 40o; fancy, 600.
Plums— Common, 80c; fancy, 750, ..
•' Oranges— Valencia, $24f4. ; , A
Mexican limes— »4.s(Ws.
Lemons— Common California,' $2; ' fancy,
Melons— Watermelons, Coc«(s3; nutmegs,
$1.00^1.25; • fancy cantaloupes, W.DO; . com-
Tropical fruits— Bananas, 75c«?|3; pine
apples, n.WW, Smyrna ngs, ».00@3.00. '
■' t"aat Trnlna to Cutallua ..';
On the Salt Lake Route leave Los An-
Jeles at 7:40 and 9 a. m., 11:10 p. in..
ally exoupt Sunday; on Sunday only
at 8:45 a.* in. Extra boat on Saturdays
connects With tra.ln leaving Los < An
geles 5:26 p. m.; Buino convenient ached
uld returning. Passengers traveling on
the Salt Lake Route get first cholcu
of steamer accommodations,' In addition
to a. beautiful seushore ride trora Long
Beach to, Ban Podro. ' -
Information 250 South. Spring street
Butu phones 868. first street stattun.
Home *»0, Main I 4085. ...
ISvsryUody wants It— La* I'almtis cUfar,
LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS
-. '\ Bank Stocks
Bid. Asked.
American National 119 120',
Broadway Bank & Trust Co. 150 ....
Central 180 ••• '
Citizens National ISS ...
Commercial National 100, ','■!•>%
Dollar Bavlngs Bnnk 130 " 140.
Equitable Savings Bank 130. ...-./
Farmers A: Merchants* Natl. '275 815
First National 870 ...1
Grrman American ...» 875 405,,
Homo Say. Bank of V. A.... «r>v4 70.
Los Angeles National ........ 198 •>•'*■
1-ks Angeles Trust C 0........ 104 ...,.
Mprchatits' National ......... 820 ....,
Merchants' Trust Co. 106% 110 1
Metropolitan B. AT. Co 116 120
National Bank of Cal 175 200'
Security Savings Hnnk 27i> ...,
Southern California Savings. 260 ...
Southwestern National ...... 108 ...y
Btate Bank and Trust 102 106
United States Natl. Bank.... 130 •...■.'
Union Bank of Savings 830 . ...
Went Bide Bank 106 .116.,
. Bond*
' Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 9VA 91%
California Paclflo Ry ... 102
Cucamonga Water Co 90 101
Kdison ETec. Co., Com 101 102' A
Home Telephone 94% 95ft
Home T. & T, Co. of Santa
Monica and Ocean Park 02ft
t,. A. Pacific Ist Con. MtgS.. 108 ...*
L. A. Traollon Co 108 108
L. A. & Redondo Ry. C 0..... ... ...'•
Mission Trans. &R. Co SIM 100
Mt. Lowe Ry. Co . . if.
Ontario Dom. Water Co ...
Paclflo Light & Power C 0.... 100H 103;
Paclflo Electrlo Ry. Co 109 ft ' ...
Pasadena Home T. 6 T. Co.. '86 95
Pomona & Ont. L. & F. Co ... -
Pomona Con. Water Co „ 98
Redlands Home T. ft T. Co.. 90 95 ;
Riverside Light & F. Co 96 100
San Antonio Water Co 10a ...'«
Santa Barbara Electrics Ry.. 70 103
Seaside Water Co "98 , ..., ;
Temescal Water Co ... ... •
United Electric G. & P. C 0... 100 103 ft
Union Transportation Co 97ft 100 .
U. S. L. D. T. & T. Co 90ft 91ft
Viaalla Water Co. 95 100
Whlttler Home T. &T. Co.. 94ft 95ft
Miscellaneous Stock* - 'M':u
: Bid. Asked.
Auto. Vehicle Co ,
Conservative Life Ins. C... .188. 00 ...
Cal. Portland. Cement C 0.... 25.00 '
California Hospital 95.00 .....
Kdison Electric preferred... 83.75 84.60
Kdison Electric, com 33.00 36.00'
Kmergency Hospital' '; 80.00,?
Home Telephone 65.00 67.00 •.
Home Trust 64.75 66.00'
Home T. & T. Co. of Santa ■ .*: :
-Monica and Ocean Park.. 10.00
Los Angeles Brewery 90.00 125.00 ■
Los Angeles Jockey Club... 70.00 ■.....*
Pasadena Home T. ft T. Co. 34.00 87.00 .
Redlanda Home T. &T. Co. 87.00 40.00 ,'
Sun Drug Co .60 ' .85 ■
Seaside Water C 0.... 75.00/ UO.OO .
Title G. & Trust pref 120.00 »
■Title I. & Trust pref 111.50
Title I. & Trust com !
Title I.& Trust, series C •'
11. S. L. D. T. & T. C 0...'... 62.00 65.00 '•
..Whittle* .Home .T. &.T^ C0... 60.00 . „„....♦.• ,'
'b'£i .'V^'^^'OH Stoeki'*'-'-'"'''! '?•& r''r f
:■' ■' ■. . ' i . " Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil .....;....."..... '.59 .69ft
Central : ' .66 ' , j .
Continental ..»'-.. .24%
Fullerton Oil .82 ■
Globe .06ft .08
Mexican Petroleum .66%
Ollnda Land Co 03 .08
Plru Oil Co 03
Puente Oil C 0.........» .60 1.00
Reed Crude .24 ...
Union 106.50 ..'...
United Petroleum ;..'. 180.00 ■
Westlake 01ft .03
Whlttler Con. Oil .01ft
Mining Stocks V
■ Bid. Asked.
Bisbee West C. .02 .03%
Butte Lode 25.60 28.60
Bufa M. & M. Co .....~ .90
Golden Argus 14.00 25.00
Green Con 22.00 ;
Jesse Bell 02
Johnnie- Con. G. M .13ft .14
Mitchell Mining'"... 6.00 .....-;
Nevada Chief \ .08
New Era : 06 [• .10
Nevada-Keystone .15
Quartette 11.00 ' 16.00
Searchlight M. &M. Co .45 ; .52ft
Official Stock Sales
On the Los Angeles stock exchange yes
terday sales were recorded as follows:
U. S. Long Distance T. & T. Co. stock-
Ten shares at $U2.25 each.
Home I Telephone ' stock— Ten shares at
$61>.50 each. ■
Associated ' Oil stock— 4ooo shares at 69
cents each, 1000 at 67% c.
Los Angeles Bank Clearings
Exchanges for ' the banks comprising
the Los Angeles Clearing house are:
■ • 1905. 1904. 1903.
July 24..:51,682,396.88 $ 918,527.04 $ 824,42«.4<S
July 25... 1,296,082.02 875,809.23 1,023.57.1.32
July 28... 1,690,269.33 1,061,607.73 ; 1,008,197.05
July 27... 1,822,440.18 802,242.32 838,368.31!
July 28... 1,338,172.91 846,233.94 781,716.17
July 29... 1,407,957.59 691,254.61 717.678.4tt
MARINE: NEWS
San Pedro Shipping
ARRIVED
Schooner Kona, Gray's Harbor.
Steamer National City, Fort Bragg.
Steamer Vanguard, Eureka.
SAILED
' Steamer Homer, Eureka.
I Steamer South Coast, Caspar.
Steamer Samoa, San Francisco.
, 'IN PORT
Steamer Rival, ' Kureka.
Steamer Norwood, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Kile, Portland.
Schoonnr Americana, - Portland.
. Schooner Endeavor, Olympla.
• , Schooner Eapada, Everett.
Schooner Willis A. ■ Holden,' Mukllteo.
. Schooner Volunteer, Gray's Harbor. . ■'
Schooner Ludlow, -Hadlock.
Uarkentlne G. . C. Perkins, Portland.
' liarkentlne Portland, Portland.
Bark Vldotte, Fort Bragg. > ..
Barkentine Harvester, Tacoraa.
VESSELS ON THE. WAY
Steamer Chequamegon, Wisconsin.
Steamer F. H. Leggett, Eureka.
Steamer Shasta, Belllneham.
' Schooner King Cyrus, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner J«mes ftolpn, Everett.
Schooner Columbia, Halard.
Schooner 'Wnwona. Wlllapa.
Behooner fciakm, Ilallard. ■ ■
Schooner 11. i.i '. Blade, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Hove ills, ABtorla.
Behooner Muhultona, Portland.
Schooner V. fci. lti-illlold, Bollard.
* Schooner Alert, Bolllngham.
• Schooner David Evans, Everett
Schooner Alpena, . Beltlngham.
- liiii'lioutlno John Palmer, Everett.
LOADING .
Steamer Santa Barbara, Gray's Harbor.
Steamer J. S. Hlg-glns, Fort Bragg.
Bteumei* Bee, Portland.
Schooner Hpokane, ■ Gamble.
Bcnooner Knsign, Oray's Harbor.
Schoonnr Prosper, Billiard.
Schooner Kxcelslor, Wlllapa.
Schooner Uene. Portland.
Schooner Wutson A. West, Gray* Har
bor. ■
Schooner Marconi. Ballard.
Schooner Alitha, Wlllapa. .
Schooner Nofcomls, , Gray's Harbor,
Schooner Eldorado, Everett. .
, Schooner Okanogan, Gambia.
Schoonw liulbuu, Everett..
Scliooner Hattil»|.l«e. Blakely.
Schooner itnli/, t'oquillo River..
Bchoonur Mew.ir llmllock. •
Schooner H W. Hum let I, Oruy's Har
bor. ■,•■.•■ .■ ' • 'I ■', . ■
Hcliouiuir H. : 8. , < .lodf ivy, Ballard.
Schoonri Bllnmon, lluliurd.
Schooner O J. Olaon. Jiallard. '.
Schooner J<ainu-.iv i«i-ay'» Harbor.
Schooner J. A. Campbell, Columbia.
Schooner .llonotpu, Portland,,
Bchooner Crteecut. Taeoro*. -,
. Schooner. Bo'iuel. Jtaalivk.
BvUooaerJ. U. Bruce, Tucuiua. ,
SAVINGS BANKS
4 Per Cent psld oft T«rm Deposits and 3. Per Cent onOrdlnarjr Savings De-
posits. Open Saturday Evenings. Loans on Real Estate.
Dollar Saving* Bank and James c. kats. Prpsid<>nt cnpitnt ..ti04.0q0.00
Twi.tr/* 1 WM. D. BTKPHBNfI. V. Prss.' Surplus .. 15,000,00
irusx uo. - . c c DESMOND, V. Pr«s. Deposits . 171.411.1S
it. R. cor. 4th and Broadway. WILSON a. TANNER, Be«. Assets . .. 790.518.M
Bqultabl.Biving.-BMk : . gS?X '.: W»™
aE. cor., Ist and Broadway. , W. /■ g.^ Deposits M 78.000.00
German . Amerlesn • Bavtngs ;M: N. AVRnT, rresident. Capital ..»200,000.00
I ■ • B«»iir— '•■ r'.-».'--w . OAIb B. JOHNSON, V. Pres. Surplus . J00.000.00
umnK - W.V. CALLANDErt, Cftihler.- Deposits 4, 885.2«7.6(!
Flrst.and Main. Streets. ,; CHAB. H. HAAS. Trt Officer. Assets ....g,686.533,2l
Msrcantlle Trust and . F. M. DOtTQLARg, Presldont. Capital ..|200,000.00
'Bawlnna Hank v, ■ ,*H, ?. BTBWART, V. Pres. Deposits, 600,000. 00
savings BanK ' 'W. Jauvis tiaulow, V. Prw.Pafd up .100,000.00
<40 South Broadway. V t >' . CHARLES KWINQ. Cashier. Assets.,., «00,000.00
Security Bavlngs Bank • J. F. SARTORT, President. Capital . .$3.10,000.00
m m M.'i)k".«j ln .Li .■ . M. B. ItRLLMAN, V. Pre*. Surplus 296,484.87
N. XI. Mr. 4th and Bprln«.- < . jmtN R PLATER. V.-Pres. DepoMtsl2.6o«m««
Herman W. Hellman maa;. W.D.LONGYEAIt. Ca«h.&Beo. Assets 18,265,518.55,
Bouthern Cal. Bavlngs Bank ••*■ M. BRALT, President ' Capital .1100.000.00
a tit ««* iii, - n ,i nnrino- • '■ ■ ' V Al ' tt' I'RALT, V, President Surplus . 811,878.11 ■
»• c . or ? l th ,;* nd B P rln * ! 'Wi t>. WOOL-^INE, V. Pres. Deposits 7.099 907.41
Braly Building. CHAB. H. TOLU Cashier. Assets .;7;4li;tgo:6i
■i 7 1— 8.-v-"i.« B.'ui«». : - ' w< fi'DARTLRTT, Prenldcnt Capital „|ioo,»od.o(<'
Union Bank of Savings ,-.,;v .q, T, JOHNSON, <V. Pres.: m Surplus';.- igsioo^.w;
223 South Spring Street. Cashier. . Deposits J. 500,000.00
J. F. ANDREWS, Asst. Cash. Assets ..1,800,000.09
CLEARING HOUSE BANES
NAME OFFICERS ■
Farmers & Merchants National Bank 1. w. hkllman. Pr««. -
r». rmrti. .n/i m.i» »«.'••■.' ' CHAS. BBYL.KH, Cashier. .
Cor. Fourth ana Main SU. Capital, t1.600.000i Burplu. and Front*, H.IOD.OM ';
First National Bank w £^A^^SS*Ca.hi"« •'^
• B- B. Cor, ttwond ana Bprlns. Capital 1500,000; Surplus and* Proflts'|B7B,ooo
Merchants' National Bank gw. hkulman. p«a. • -.
N. B. Cr. B^ond M t Mala. m.^
Los Angeles National Bank w. a paiT&rson, Pr«. 5 ■
N. a CO,. Fl»t and Sprl B «. ■ Sbcghf 'ffga^^'ifo, ww ■
American National Bank , Wl w' Mo ' rßFo * lD « ■ **"■■■>■.'■
J\ 8. W. Cor. S«ona a«d Broadway. capital, ll00O.W)i H Bu'^fa* C 2na U Pr(»nt«.' t7».OW
National Bank of California jT "ishbuhn^hK""
II '■ '. W. B Cor. B«oond ana Bprt»«. Capital, <2OO,obo; Burplui and Pronu. IIIB.OM '
State Bank and Trust Company £ vf.J^wt^cZhiJ™
■ N. W. Cor. S«oond and Sprint. Capital. IMO.OOO; Burpluj and' Pronu. IW.OW
Citizens' National Bank R ••• watrhs. Pr«a. ■ ,
mzens rtanonai ttanK a. J. Wathhs, Ca«hi«.
W. E. Cor. Third and Bprtm. . ■ Capital. 1250,000; Burplm ■ and ProflU, |H».OW ■
Broadway Bank A. Trust Comnanv WARREN OILLEI.EN, Pr««. '■ r
roaaway uanK & 1 rusi company R w kbnnt. cuhier. •
, ■ US-US a Broadway, Bradbury Bias. * Capital, »2lS0,000; 1 Borploa and ProflU. i imm |
entral Rank ~ v"' ' ' ~ WILLJAM MJAD, Prea, ■■■ ■''■'•■.;■.
entrai Bank w. c duro*n. c*«hi-.r.
'■■■'• N. E. Cor. Fourth and Broadway. '< Capital, $100,000; Surplus and Profits, $71,000 1
Couthwestem National Bank ' Sb^^^J'^
<J .'■■■■ N. W. Cor. B«oond aad Broadway. : Capital. ' 1300,000: > Burplua ■ and ■■ ProflU. ' tW.Od* -
f.ommerclal National Bank • ; %-^&wT&^:. "< "
v «M South Bprinsr. Capital, $200.000; Surplus and Profltg. $18,000 .;
United States National Bank. ;.;: I. W/lffiLLS^N._Pres.^. _
-.. _. *_ < -_ __ , _ — , , - B. J. VAWTJiR, JR., Cashier
8. B. Cor. Main and Commercial Capital, $200,000; Surplus and Profits. $50,000
Title Insurance Trust Co.
(Corner FronkUn and New High Street!) ' ... ■ , ...
£#•;••■' Cash Capital and Surplus - - $585,000.00
ISSUES POLICIES OF TITLE INSURANCSL .ISSUES CERTIFICATES- OP TIT^B. .
• Acts la All Trait Capacities I Tel. Exchange 12
FIELDINaJ.STIX.SOIV COM*? AIVY
' Paid Up Capital $150,000.00;
' jC- , REALTY, STOCKS, BONDS
305 11. W. Hellman Building, Los Angeles
Member Los" -Angeles Stock Ex- '/. ' Western : Union . Code. ',"•'
change and Loa Angeles Eealty ■ • Cable address "Stilson." < ; "r\
Board. ./ : Telephones 105.'. . ■ ■ •■
TORRANCE &. DICKINSON ?S&£is?
-'■■''■■ LOCAI^ BONDS AND STOCKS-* to I ' p«r - ctnt '■ Hlfth-Gr»d» ' Investment!. : '
\^ No Microscope Needbd i
To read the names on my map ot GOLD FIELD. It la aont free on application.. ■
•— — -de Putron Gliddon
BLDO., I.OS AKOEI-gS. . . Home : Phone itli.tj;
Schooner Minnie A. Calne, Tacoma.
Schooner E. K. ■ Wood, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Ariel, Gray's Harbor. 1
Schooner Novelty, San Francisco.
FOREIGN VESSELS
British bark Pass of Killlecranckle,
Antwerp. ■ '
Ship Glenerlcht, Hamburg.
British bark Kllmeny, Hamburg.
German Ship - Wandsteck, Hamburg.
AT NEWPORT.. ,
Schooner Lottie Carson, Umpqua. ■
Redondo Shipping
I ARRIVED. .
There were no arrivals today.
SAILED.
No vessels sailed today.'
TO ARRIVE.
July SO— Steamer State .of California,
from San Diego. '
July 31— Steamer Santa Rosa, from San
Francisco. • ■ , ...
Aug. 2— Steamer Santa Rosa, from San
Diego. * ■ . ' ■ ;
Aug. 4— Steamer State of California,
from San Francisco.
TO SAIL.
July 80— Steamer State of California, for
San Francisco.
July 81— Steamer Santa Rosa, for San
Diego. ■ - .
Aug. 2— Steamer . Santa Rosa, for San
Francisco. .-■■•• - •
Aug. 4— Steamer' State of California, for
San Diego. • ■•..•.,
VESSELS IN PORT, , . . « -,.
Schooner Blakelejv from - Port Blakeley.
Schooner W. F. Wltxman, from Gray's
Harbor. '."v':'''. :.•< ■'. •• •«> •••:;■■• it" •'-
Schooner. Solano, from Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Azalea, from Eureka. '
Schooner Commerce, . from Olympla.'.
Schooner W. J. Patterson, from Gray's
Harbor. ' ■ :
Tug Redondo, In port. ,'.'.: V.^,*'.'.-
VESSELS ON ; THE WAY. „„- \
Schooner Borealls, '• from < Portland. •
Steamer Santa Rosa, from Ban Diego.
Steamer State of California, from San
Francisco. . .
.■••.,, VESSELS LOADING. .
Bchooner A. F. Coats, at Tacoma. -
Schooner Alvena, at Portland, -
Schooner Mary Winkelman, at Tacoma.
A Chicago ' Hat
The commercial . traveler ' was show
ing his samples to the retail merchant.
• Here," he said, "Is something new.
We call It the Chicago spring hat." ■ -
< "What la . there ■ peculiar about itT*'
asked the merchant. . . - ■
- "Do.it you secT It's Panama on the
inside :and felt on the outside. . When
there comes a warm day, all you have
to do Is to turn it Inside out, and there
you are."— Chicago Tribune. -■ ■
COOKiNQ WITH OAB
.AH the coal cookstoves are
going to junk ; they're done-
with or worse.
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Let us mall you free of charge the •
June Issue of our Magazine, ■ ;
"DIVIDENDS."
It tells about* Goldfleld — no "hot air."
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608 ' Grant Buildinjj, Los Angeles, Cal.
Butchers, Attention!
I am prepared now to build Refriger-
ators of any size and quality to order,
on short : notice. cAlso , Counters,
Fish ■ Boxes, > Racks, . Etc., tTWarble,
cTVlachi'iery, Bone Grinders, Gowns,
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