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Copper also ruled firmer In London, closin*
at £56 16s for spot And futures. Locally prices
were steady and unchanged. Lake, $12 6249
12 73: electrolytic, $12 60<3 l 12 624; casting.
$12 124612 23. . :.;•--? •¦"'¦
Lead was unchanged at $4 2O54 30 In the lo
cal market, but Was a shade higher In Lon
don, where It closed at £11 8s Od.
Spelter was alao unchanged here at $4 759
4 874 and higher In London, where the closing
price was £22. • . -• .
.Iron closed at Sis 3d iti " Glasgow and at 42a
IC'/jd , in Mlddlesboro. Locally Iron was ¦ un
changed. No. 1. foundry, .Northern. $14 50®
15; !Jo.- 2 roundry, Northern, $13 75QU 25; Ho %
NEW YORK, June 23.'— The London tin mar
ket took a sharp upward turn to-day an a re
sult. . It was reported, of- bull manipulation.'
and closed at £110 2s Bd for spot and £118 17s
for futures. The local market, affected by the
advance abroad; also showed firmness, closing
at$26<&20_3. .-, ¦
New York Metal Market.
„ The' different descriptions under this head
continue quiet, with both wholesalers and re
tailers complaining of the general dullness.
The large receivers of Butter continue to store
what stock they cannot work off to the trade.
Cheese brings 9c, If It Is strictly choice mild
new. and such stock is in moderate supply,
but. there is still plenty of cheap Cheese on
the market. S ¦
Eggs are quiet.. Even fine ranch are slow,
and the retailers are trying to get the quota
tions down to a point where they can retail
at 25c again, in hopes that the reduction will
stimulate the lagging trade. A significant
feature in this connection is that some Santa
Rosa shippers, who have been shipping direct
to • retailers are now sending their Eega in
to the commission men again, showing- that
the 'retailers are carrying larger stock* than
they desire. All handlers have large piles on
their floors, but prices remain unchanged. '
Receipts were 50.800 lbs Butter. 1404 cases
Eggs and "31,700 lbs Cheese. .
BUTTER — Creamery at first hands, 184819a
for extras and 174018c for firsts; dairy, 160
174c; etore Butter, l?tfl5c; cold storage, nom
inal. --•¦.' . .
CHEESE— 8480c for choice mild new and
7®74c for lower (trades; Ycung Americas, »©
»4c; Eastern. 124©14c; Western. ll©12c
, Pe EGGS— Ranch. 2O®22H for fair ,to choice;
store, 16<frl!le: Eastern. 19920c for* firsts and
164®18c for seconds.
Butler, Cheese and Eggs.
BAGS — Grain bags, 54c; San Quentin.
S3 40; Wool Bags. 32S35c; Fleece Twine.
7C8c.
COAL— Wellington. $3 per ton; New Welling
ton $8: Seattle., $9 60; Bryant. $6 30: Beaver
Hill. $5 50; Stanford, $7; Roslyn. $7: jCooa
Bay, $3 50; Greta. $7: Wallsend. $7; Richmond.
$7 60; Cumberland. $13 In bulk and $14 23 In
sacks; Pennsylvania Anthracite Egg. $14;
Welsh .Anthracite Egg. »i3; Welsh Lump
$11 50^ Cannel. $8 50 per ton; Coke. $11 SO0W
per ton In bulk and $15 in sacks; RockyMoun
tain descriptions, $11 43 per 2000 lbs and $13 80
per lone; ton, according to brand.
.OILS— Quotations are for barrels; tor eases
add 6c; Linseed. 49c per gallon for boiled and
47c for raw; Castor OIL in cases. No. l.-70c;
Bakers' AA. cases. $1 10f?l 12: Lucol. 45c
for boiled and 43c for raw; China.
Nut, cases. 624680c per eallon. Co
coanut Oil. in barrels, 68c for Ceylon and 55e
for Australian; extra bleached winter Sperm
OU 68c: natural winter Sperm Oil, 63c: extra
bleached winter Whale Oil. 57c; natural Whale
OU. 52;; extra winter strained Lard Oil.. 73c;
No 1 Lard Oil, 65e; pure Neatsfcot Oil. 73c;
No! 1 Neatsfoot Oil. 63c; light Herring; Oil.
42c; dark Herring OU 40c; Salmon Oil, 34c:
boiled Fish Oil, 37c; raw Fish OU. 35c; boiled
Paint Oil. 33c; raw Paint Oil. 31c
COAL OIL— Water 1 White Coal Oil. In bulk.
134c; Pearl Oil. in cases. 20c; Astral, 2Oc;
Star. 20c; Extra' Star. 24c; ¦ Elaine. 2tic;
Eocene. ZSc; Deodorized Stove Gasoline, in
bulk, 16c; In- cases. 224c; Benzine. In bulk.
13c; in cases. 194c; -86-degree Gasoline, In
bulk. 2oc; in cases.- 31c - - — ...
: TURPENTINE — Sic per gallon In cases and
75c In drums and Iron barrels.
RED AND WHITE LEAD— Red Lead. 7U©
"fce per lb; White Lead. 7*497£e. accordin*
to quantity. - . .
•SUGAR — The Western Sufar Refining Com*
piny quotes as follows, per lb. In 100-lb bags:
Cubes, A Crushed and Fine Crushed. 5.95c:
Powdered. ' 6.8Oe; Candy Granulated. ¦ 5.80c; Dry
Granulated, fine, 5.70c; X>rj Granulated, coarse.
General Merchandise.
Mexican dollars, after a long period of stag
nation, have recently shown more life and are
now in good demand for Oriental shipment,
as It is reported that the Japanese want them
for use In Manchuria. This would explain the
heavy shipment of $1,270,000 to Kobe by the
Coptic on Wednesday. Quotations are con
siderably higher.
. Variations ..in ..Exchange yesterday were
' 11ShU LOCAL.
Sterling Exchange, sixty days... — $4 89
Sterling Exchange, sight — 4 SS
Sterling Exchange, cables — 4 80
New York Exchange, eight...... » — 10
New York Exchange, telegraphic. — 124
Sliver, per ounc* — 65%
Mexican Dollars 484 9 47
INTERNATIONAL.
New York on Mexico ....."..'.¦......•..... .214
Berlin on London 20.40
Parts on London 23.1S4
Wheat and Other Grains.
-WHEAT — All markets. . American* and- for
eign, were quiet and featureless yesterday.
The feeling here continued easy, -with sellers
disposed to meet buyers.
CASH WHEAT. .
California Club, $1 274®1 324; California.
White Australian, $1 52401 574: Northern
Club. $1 3Ot?i 35; Northern Bluestem, II 60
©1 63 per ctl.
FUTURES. . .
- Session 9 to 11:30 a, m.ltf#fij§&
¦ . Open. High. 'Tjow.'s Close.
December ...$1 -•»» $1 -7?i $1 264 $1 2u» 8
2 p. ¦ m. '. Session. * '
December---$1 20%. , ...
BARLEY-^-Casn Feed 'was a fraction lower
and weak, with buyers holding off and trade*
dull. - The. December option was also lower on
anticipated, large receipts ,- f ram tbe Interior i
next week, and sales . were larse ua this ac- '
Exchange and Bullion.
LOCAL MAEKETS.
SEATTLE. June 23. — - Clearings. $827,842:
balances. $159,414. ...
TACOMA, June 23. — Clearings, $254,602!
balances. $308,321.
PORTLAND. June 23.— Clearings, $451,457;
balances, $39,762.
SPOKANE, June 23. — Clearings, $305,906;
balances, $29.0U4. -. :
Northern Business.
POULTRY— Live Turkeys. 14615c per lb;
Geese, per pair $1 257/1 50; Goslings. $1 5092:
Ducks. $404 50 per dozen for old and
$4 60@5 tax young; Hens. $5@6 ¦ for
large and $4g4 50 for small: young Roosters,
$7 60©9; old Roosters. *4<g5; Fryers. $6®
6 60: Broiler*. $3@4 for large and $2 23S2 50
for frrm.ll: Pigeons. $1 60 per dozen for old and
|1 3001 75 for Squabs.
GAME— Hartf. $1 50 per dozen; Rabbits.
$176@2 for Cottontails . and $1 per dcxen for
brush. t
The Poultry market was very much depressed
for everything except large young Roosters and
Fryers, which formed but a very email per
centage of the supplies. A car of Western
Hens, which had been standing on the track
across the bay, was brought into an already
overstocked market and met with a sluggish
demand.
Poultry and Game.
OREGON.
PORTLAND. - June 23.— WHEAT— Walla
Walla, 69c; bluestem. 77c; valley, 7Sc
Northern Wheat Market.
PEACHES— Were steady, with, choice "held
at 7©7%c; extra choice, 74<gSc; fancy, 94
fflOc •
8UGAR — Raw and refined, firm; No. 6, 4.95c;
No. 7. 4.45c; No. 8, 4.45c; No. 9, 4.40c; No.
10, 4.35c; No. 11, 4.30c;No. 12, 4.25c; No. 13,
4.20c; No. 14. 4.15c; confectioners' A, 4.80c:
mold A, 5.30c: cut loaf. 5.C5c; crushed. B.eSc;
powdered, 0.05c; granulated, 4.95c; "cubes,
5.20c.
BUTTER — Common to extra, 13©lSc: State,
dairy creamery, common to extra, 13fil7c
CHEESE— Easy.
EGOS— Western extra, 174©18c; firsts,
164317c."
DRIED FRUITS.
EVAPORATED APPLES— The market . Is
quiet and- unchanged. Common are quoted at
4&5>/ t a; prime. C»4@5%c; choice, 6®<i4c:
fancy. 7c. :
PRUNES— Unsettled as to futures with
Santa Clara stock for October shipment report
ed sold on a 2-cent basts f. o. b. although
here holders ar# asking 24c and some - as
hirh ns 2'4c. Spot prunes unchanged and
quiet at-2*ic to 5>ie, according to grade ".
APRICOTS— Are quiet and unchanged, 'with
choice quoted at 74@10c; extra choice, 10*10
104c: fancy, Iiel3c. .. :
COFFEE — Futures closed steady and un
changed; tales, 4»,500 bags; July. 6.75^5. 80c;
September, tic; October, 6.10®«.15c: December.
6.-';t>c: January, G.35c: May 6.60c; 'March
6.75c. . . .:• •. . . .
PETROLEUM--Easy.
WOOL — Steady
WHEAT— Receipts. 30.000 bushels; exports.
SOOO bushels; spot, firm; No. 2 red, elevator
nominal, and $1 OS f. o. b afloat; No. 1 Northm
en- Duiuth, SI 014; No. 1 hard Manitoba,
nominal, f. o. ¦ b. afloat. Options displayed
nctabie strength most of the day. Influenced
early by strong- cables, but near the close
prices weakened under realizing and were
finally net unchanged.' July closed at S»4c;
September. 84 4c; December, 84 «c.
HOPS — Quiet.
NEW YORK, June 23.— FLOUR— Receipts,
20.900 barrels; export*. fiCOO barrels; market
dull. larse arrivals checking demand.
Neiv York Grain and Produce.
The following quotations are for good, sound
Livestock, delivered In San Francisco. less SO
per cent shrinkage for Cattle:
CATTLE— Steers. 74684c: Cows and Hetf
ers 6497c; thin Cows. 4^5c per Ib.
CALVES — *£44c per lb (gross weight).
SHEEP— Wethers. 314634c; Ewes, 2*;«3c
per lb fgrosa weight).
LAMBS— $2 25G2 60 per head.
HOGS — Live Hoss. 140 to 200 lbs. 4»;«5c;
200 to 250 lbs. 44c;. over 25O lbs, 4<4c; soft
Hoga. nominal; Sows, 20 per cent off; Boars.
60 per cent off. and Slags. 40 per cent off from
above quotations.
Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealer*
are as follows:
BEEF— 6®7c for Steers and 6€$c per Ib
for Cows.
VEAL— Large. 74@S4c; small. 8@S4o per
pound.
MUTTON— Wether?, 7465c; Ewes. 6487c
per Ib. : .-,
LAMB— 839c per lb. •
PORK— Dres>>ed Hogs. 64334c p«r lb.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Packers and butchers report conditions un
changed, with a quiet market. Mutton. Veal
and Limb rule firm, while Hogs continue in
light demand.
DRESSED MEATS.
Meat Market.
LIVERPOOL.
Wheat — July. Sept.
Opening ..6 24 6 3>i
Closing e2!i 6 3>i
PARI8.
Wheat — . June. Sept. -Dec.
Opening 19 85 19 65
Closing 19 70 19 70
Flour — ¦
Opening 27 OS 26 95
Closing 27 15 26 85
Foreign Futures.
NEW TORK, June 23.— COTTON— Futures
opened steady. July. 10.50c; August, 10 46c-
September. 9.70c; October. 9.55c; December
9.55c; January, 9.55c.
Spot closed quiet. 30 points lower. Middling
uplands. 10.95c; middling gulf, 11.20c. Sales
200 bales.
Futures closed quiet. June, 10 20c- July
10.38c; August. 10.29c; September, 9.64c; Oc
tober. 0.49c; November. 9.43c; December 9.48c-
January, 9.49c. " '
Nezv York Cotton Market.
WASHINGTON, June 23. — To-day's state
ment of the Treasury balances In the general
fund, exclusive of the $150,000,000 gold reserve
In the division of redemption, shows- Avail
able cash balance, $163,633,517; gold $64 tto -
Condition of the Treasury.
ONIONS — Australian Yellow, nominal; new
Red. 70@S5c per sack; new Sllversklns, $1 25®
1 60 per ctl.
VEGETABLES— Green Corn, $1 5<V&2 50 per
sack or crate; Asparagus. 8^7c per lb; Rhu
barb, 50660c per box; Green Peas, $2@2 50 per.
sack; Garden Peas, 4@5c per lb; String and
W_x Beans, 4&5c p«*r lb: Tomatoes.' $HH 50
per box or crate for Los Angeles and $1 25 for
Mississippi: Summer Squash. Jlijl 25 for
small and $1 75@2.for large boxes: Cabbage.
$1 per ctl: Carrots, $1 per sack: Cucumbers.
tsOig'Se per box for Marj'svtllc and $1 50fll 75
for bay: Garlic, 4£f5c per lb; Egg Plant. sgiOc
per lb: Dried Peppers, S@10c for sun-dried and
12461-Tc per lb for evaporated; Dried Okra,
124615c per lb; Green Peppers. 124c per lb
for CUile and 20c for Bell; Marrowfat Squash,
jobbing at l%#2c per-lb.
There was continued firmness In new Pota
toes, as, in addition to the regular demand
for local consumption, there was a steady call
for shipment to Puset Sound ports and Hono
lulu. Ttw general run of fancy stock cleaned
up qutckly at or near the top quotations, and
one small lot of whites sold on the wharf at
$2 10 per cental. Replcked lots of old crop
Burbanks moved off well, but stock In original
packages was dull. The Oregon steamer
brought down 13S0 sacks. New Onions were
plentiful but steady at previously quoted rates.
Mississippi Tomatoes were pretty well
cleaned up and receipts s from the Los Angeles
region were very light for reasons already men
tioned and prices were higher all around. Rhu
barb met with a sluggish demand and dragged
at sharply reduced rates. Peas, Beaiis, Green
Peppers and Summer Squash were firm, while
Green Corn and Cucumbers were inclined to
easiness. Green Okra from Stockton sold at
30c per pnund. ,<
POTATOES — New White, $1 5O©2 per ctl:
Early Rose. $1 40#l 60 per ctl; Garnet Chiles,
$1 l>f>i(l 60 per ctl; old Oregon Burbanks, |1<9
1 35 per ctl. old river Burbanks 90c@$l per ctl.
Potatoes, Onions and Vegetables.
HIDES AND SKINS— Culls and brands sell |
about '491c under quotations. Heavy Salted
Steers 94c; medium. 84c; light. 8e; Cow |
Hides. Kc fcr heavy and Sc for light; Stags.
Be: Salted Kip. 9c; Salted Veal. 10c; Salted
Calf, lie; dry Hides. 16c; dry Kip. 13c; dry
Calf, l»c Sheepskins, shearlings. 25630c each;
short Wool. 40g«5c each: medium. 70@9Cc; long i
Wool, lltn 50; Horse Hides, salt. 12 73 for !
large and f2">i- .".<» for medium. $1 25®1 75 for
small and 50c for Colts. Horse Hides, dry.
$1 75 for large and $1 5O for medium. *181 23
for small and 50c for Colts. Buck Skins — Dry
Mexican. 30c; dry Salted Mexican. 25c; dry
Central American, 30$324c. Goat Skins—
Prime Angoras. 75c; large andi smooth, 50c;
medium. 35c; small, 20c.
TALLOW— No. 1 rendered. 4U«44c per Ib;
No. 2. 34©4c; grease, 2463c.
WOOL— Sprinr Clip— Humboldt and Mendo- •
cino 17@19c: San Joaquin and Southern, 12 '
months' 10® 12c; do 7 months', P'allc per lb; j
Middle Counties. 13@17c for free and 12@15o '
for defective: Northern. 16Q1SC for free and i
141?lCc for defective; Nevada, lSgltk. accord- !
Ing to condition.
HOPS — Nominal at 25©274c per lb for Call- |
fornla. 1903.- Contracts for 1904 crop at ¦
174620c are reported. \
Late mail advices from New York say of
Hops: "Telegraphic advices were received
from .California raying that In several counties
In that State the crop had gone back owing to
less favorable weather, and the crop for the
State is now estimated at about the same as
last year. Instead of 10 to 15 per cent larger,
as was recently expected. Reports of too cold
weather In Oregon latterly have also been
received. Locally, there were reports of slightly
more interest belne shown In choice Pacifies;
offerings were small and prices were firmly
maintained. No exports were reported for the
week."
Hides, Tallow, Wool and Hops.
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bill* Is 2 3-l<V52Vi per cnt and for three
months' bills 2H'9"- >! 4 per cent.
Bar jilver— Steady, 25* 4 d j.*r ounce
Mon»y- 2 t>«r cent.
Cons for money.. 90HIN Y' Central 1194
Do for acct..9O 3-lr;|Xor & Western... 574
Anaconda .1»« | Do pfd M)
Atchison 74 " s Ont «fc Weetern... 26"i
Do pfd 9S I Pennsylvania 594
Bait & Ohio S2 T ilRand Mines loU
Can Pacific 1274 Reading ;. «•»?
Ches & Ohio .12 Do 1st pfd 414
Chi Great West.. 14 i Do 2d pfd T.TU
Chi. Mil & St P.147»i!So Railway ".'.'.'.'. '"l2
De Beers 19*,,! Do pfd ffjS
Den & Rio G 21\!.«!o Paciflc 47«
Do pfd 724! Union Pacific :... fio
Erie 1 244| Do pfd «5
Do 1st pfd 7!*4!U S St»el ion
Do 2d pfd 36 i Do pfd ...... r.-ril
111 Central lir> | Wnhash .. 171I
I^ouis & N'a.«h...ll3 1 Do pfd .. 37
M. K it Texas... 17U I Spanish 4s eS'^
London Closing Stocks.
There Is no change to report under this
head. All descriptions continue quiet.
BEANS— Bay os. $'-• 40<S2 55: Pea. $2 9<V33:
Butters, $3; small ' White. $2 85«n 10: lanre
White $2 35©2 60; Pink. $3 4O§3 50; Red,
$4 2564 50; Lima. $3 3O@3 40; Red Kidneys.
$4 75? 5: Glackeye. $2@2 10 per ctl; Horse
Beans. »2g2 50.
SEEDS — Brown Mustard. »4 25(?4 50;TeIlow
Mustard. $2 50^3; Flax $1 75@2; Canary,
e^ys^c for Eastern; Alfalfa. 1441116c; Rape.
2S24c; Timothy. 6#64c; Hemp. a4€*c P e r
lb; Millet. 3&34c; Broom Corn Seed, $20^21
per ton.
DRIED PEAS — Blackeye. $3 per cU; Niles,
$3 25; Green Peas. J,:riJ 23.
Beans and Seeds.
Miscellaneous Markets.
i CHICAGO, June 23. — CATTLE — Receipt*.
; B0O0 head; market slow. Good to prime $5 50
j fe6 50; poor to medium, $4 50^5 4<>; stockers
and feeders, $2 50ti4 50; cows, Jl 5CJM 30;
heifer*. $235 25; oanners". $1 &0@2 CO- bulls,
! »2#4 25; ralves, »2 50® 5 50; Texas fed steers,
I |4 W'fi.i 25.
HOGS— Receipts to-day 25,000 head, to-mor
row 15.000 h>?ari; market 5c lower. Mixed and
butchers'. ?5 10<&5 35; good to choice heavy,
$3 00*5 .«; icufeh heavy,. $5 10<Sj5 25; light,
$5 lC^rS 25; bulk of sales, jo 25'S5 30.
; SHEEP— Receipts. 5000 head: market steady.
j Good to choice wethers, $4 77*jZ, 25; fafr to
choice mixed. $4'£4 75; ' Western cheep, $3 50
©3: lajnlre. steady; springs, %i 60^7 50; clipped
j and Western lanjbs. intfii 40. ... ...
Omaha':
OMAHA. Neb., June 23. — CATTLE — Re
| celpts. 1000 htad: market about steady. Native
! steers. $4 30fj« 20; cows and heifers. $3 203>
4 UO; canners'. (1 50^2 SO: stockers and leed
! era, $2 ."1 ft I 10; calves, $"l'ji 50; bulls, stags,
i etc.. $2 50$4 CO.
HOGS— Receipt*. 10,000 head; market weak
to 5c lower. Heavy. $1 074Q4 15; mixed,
i *4 02464 07>-i: light, *4 9o05 07^; pigs.
i it 60{r4 SO; bulk, $5 ITJ465 074.
SHEEP — Receipts. MK) head: market steady.
1 Westerns. »4 4U®4 (JO: wether*. $4 60^5 20:
! ewts, I ¦»¦»••' N -" > : common and stockers, S3 50^
I 4 W); lambs, J5 50@7.
; Kansas City.
KANSAS CITY. June 23. — CATTLE — Re
ceipts. 5000 head, including 1500 Southerns;
market steady. • Native steers. $4 25#ti 20:
1 Southern steers. $2 70®5 70; Southern cows. $2
I 's} I: native rows and heifers, $2^5 50; stackers
and feeders. $2 75<g4 75; tails, $2 50#4 25;
ralves, $234 50: Western fed steers, |4@<>;
Western cows, $2'&4
HOOS— Receipts, '"000" head; market steady.
Bulk of sales, $5fl5 15; heavy, $5 10@5 224;
packer*. $5#5 15; pigs and lights. $i 25^5 o<4.
SHEEP — Receipts. 3000 head; mark*t
I steady. Muttons. $4 50^5 25; lambs. $5£-*J 60;
! range wethers. $4©4 80; ewes, $2 50^4 78.
Chicago.
CATTLE, SHEEP AXD HOGS.
1 CHICAGO. June 23. — On the Produce Ex
; change to-day th» butter, market was steady*
. creamery. 1^4frl74o: dairy. 134@16c. . Eggs
. steady. 14#174c. Cheese steady, 7V4©Sc.
Butter, Cheese arid Eggs.
Chicago was slightly higher, with receipts
of Hogs deficient as compared with last year.
The Cincinnati Price Current gave the pack
last week at 4^0.000 against 510.000 last year.
CURED MEATS-^-Bacon. 94c per lb for
heavy, 10c for light medium. 12c for light.
l->4c for extra light and 15@ltfc for sugar
cured; Eastern cugar-cured Hams. 13e; Cali
fornia Hams, 129124c; Mess Beef. 110^
10 50 per bbl; extra Mess. (11611 50; Family.
JI2'gl" 50; prime Mess Pork. $14; extra clear.
$22: Mess J17 .'.0; Dry Salted Pork. 9Uc; Pi*
Pork $26; Pigs' Feet. $5; Smoked Beef. 14c
per Ib.
LARD — Tierces quoted at 64c per lb for
compound and 64c for sure: half-barrels, pure.
8»ic; 10-lb tins. 9i;c; 5-lb tins, 0%e; 3-lb tins.
94c.
COTTOLENE— One half barrel. 8»»c: three
half barrels. Bifcej one tierce, 6V»c; two tierces,
8c; five tierces, 7T4c per lb.
Hams, Bacon and Lard were unsettled In
the local market yesterday, owing to reports
that one or two houses had advanced Lard
4 c. and were about to advance Hams and
Uaoon to bring them up to the Chicago level,
but the majority of the trade did not disturb
the quotations. It is the prevailing sentiment,
however, that an advance will occur within
several days, as the goods are now below
post.
Provisions^
Salmon Exports in May.
The expert* cf salmon from San Francisco
fcy Ka in May were at follows:
Tn — C2tcs. Pkgs. Values.
Hixiaiiau Itlaafis 757 431 $«.09S
ractflc It-lands 778 77 3.:<M
Australia 217 ... ~ :ii
New Zealand IPS ... S*}
New Caledonia « ...
South Africa 250 ... 1.K5
EnrUnd 2000 ...' 1O.7.'.O
E**t Indies SSI ... l- l9 I
Cfetaa 72 ... 252
Arabia 20 ... «0
Korea 10 ... <0
Japan 5 ... 20
Mexico 175 ... *&*
Central America 153 3
South America 1*>4 ... S72
>«¦ Tork 2tt"rt ... 9,7^0
Jan-.a!ca :O ... 1«
Trtr.idad Island ISO, ... *"0
BarbatJoes Island 200 ... t*0
.__ _____
Totals 744» 511 $56,929
IB May. 1903. the experts were 5450 cases
inr" 743 j>ackaces. valued at *_2.«i>». The quan
x ¦ ,f < specified as packages represent pickled
Eaijnon ia barrel*, half-barrels, kits and tierces.
Oregon Crop Bulletin.
* _____
* The report of Edward A. Beals. t*<-tlon CI
r»ctcr. Veiled States Weather Bureau, for the
Oregon Crop Bulletin for the week ended June
21. is a* follows:
The droughty conditions prevailing through
out the State were partially relieved by scat
terir.g *V;ow«>rs during the latter part of the
¦•»•»: but, as a rul», tbe amount of precipi
tation was not sulfici«rnt to do much good,
and more rain is Ledly needed for all crops.
The extremely dry spell has had a damag
ing effect oa £pnr.e (rrain. and In seme sec
tion* it will b« light in yield. Fall wheat
a: i. barley have headed nicely and a goxl
yield of both of these cereals Is promised.
Haying U prosrosinj: rarldly under the
fsvorable weather condl:l?r.*: the crop will be
light, erpeclallj- west of the Cascades. The
t.Ttx cutting of alfalfa ha* nearly all been se
cured in rood condition: the yield was above
th* average and the quality generally rood.
Pa*turap* continue* in fine condition, but Is
beeir.Eirr to tfry up eome. Stock is fat and
the supply of milk In the dairy districts con
tinues abundant.
Gardecs and root crop* are making slow
crowth owing to the dryness of the soil. Early
potatoes are doicr well and will • ion be ready
for marketir-jr. Corn haj not made much ad
vancement owing to a Uck cf warm weather.
TTe strawberry season !* drawing to a
close. Raspberries and Kentish cherries are
ripening cicely and promise fairly good yields.
A ppl« are doing we'.l. but pears, prunes and
peaches continue uneven.
Weather Report. .
a20th Meridlar.— Paciflc Time.)
SAN FRANCISCO, June 23—3 p. Eft.
The following maximum and tr.lcl— ;um tem
peratures are reported ior previous day frcm
Kaslern cities:
Boston W-WlKeer Orleans K8-.4
r:r.clr.raxi 82-*2 , Philadelphia «-00
lacksor-vUle S2-72 Washincton N>-W
tt. Loult 82-ta.Kew York feO-C0
THE COAST RECORD.
t= 2 g r 3 ?
I has rf i
STATIONS. i "sc^£ _| 5S g.
7 •" f ? .? - o
: c c : • ?
t4_» r »>.1« 5«» 3« NW Pt.ddy .00
Carson 2».76 74 60 W Clear .00
Tiirtka HO. 06 54 4S NW Clear .00
Fresno 28.72 S4 «0 NW Clear ' .00
r*.r_I!one« ...23.S0 K3 51 NW Clear .00
n»JC«aff 29.76 76 33 SW Clear .OU
Pocatello 2».7H €8 S6 6W Clear .00
Independence .28. C2 S8 30 W Clear .0»
Los Angeles.. 23. s« 74 M EW Clear ..00
Mt-Taxr.alpais 2».bS 71 6S NW Clear .00
North Head...»0.22 &? 4<i NW Clear .00
Phoenix 29. 04 100 C6 SW Clear .00
Point Reye«...2».« 54 48 NW Clear .00
Portiar-d 3O.2O C6 50 NW Clear Tr.
H«* BluS 29.74 KS ei NW Clear .00
Koaebur* ....»0.12 OS 42 N Clear .00
eacranieato ...29.78 S2 64 S Clear .00
taj Lake 29.70 7*i «4 E Cloudy Tr.
fcaa Franclsco.'J».8S <^ W> W Clear .00
P L. Ob'.tpo. .29.90 C6 M W Clear .00
tin Diego 29. t>G 70 C4 W Cloudy -00
F<i»ttle SO.SW «2 44 NW CleaT Tr.
fpckaae 20.14 CO 40 NW Pt.Cldy Tr.
Tatoo«b 30.30 5« f.2 \V Clear .02
"WaRa ¦",>!!«.. 30. 12 C* 4S N"W Cloudy -CO
¦"."Icr.emucca 23. S2 ~'l 4>» NW Clear Tr.
Tujr-a 29. €2 102 64 EW Clear .00
WEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL
FORECAST.
The pressure ha« ri»en elowly over the north
era half cf the Paciflc Slope. Thunderstorms ;
jr«vsi! in Ctali.
The temperature has fallen from 12 to 18 de
cree* over northern Nevada. Utah and Idaho.
Tbe f olhom-lng high winds are reported : Point
Reyes. *0. northwest; S. E. Farallon, 3U,
northwest; San Francieeo. 38. west; Eureka,
SO. north, and Modena. 42. *outhwe»t.
Torecast made at San Francisco for thirty
hour* ending mlduljrtit. June 2i:
Northern California— Fair Friday; brisk
northerly winds. ¦* - -
Kouthern Caiircrala— Fair Friday: cloudy in
the morels*: fresh southwest wind's. .
Nevada— Cloudy Friday; showers In the
to oun tains.
Fan Francisco ' and vicinity — Fair Friday;
:•.» fct couth wiDd cfaasslns to brisk westerly.
A. O. McAOlE. District Forecaster.
Fruit and Wheat Bulletin.
For the tw«r.ty-four hours ending 5 p. ra..
120th tneridia-n time. £*n Francisco, June ~i.
¦—— K K O « 3
S '_¦ 5" £-'"-|
= c 5 = o 2. & =
STATIONfl. I "2* P -3? ¦ £T5"
Clovenlale 50 Clear "Too
Colusa W C7 Citar .00
Vur«ka 54 4* NW Clear .00
I : re»T-0 "• ••* *° ' N^ r Cl«ar .00
H«n'ord V% 78 Clear .00
Ho:!'«ter 71 33 W Clear .«0
Ir.«tra<n4»nce f» « W Clear .00
Klar Ci'.r "0 45 N Clear .00
Uwrnwrc w) 47 .... cu-ux .00
\y» Angelt 74 M BW CTear .<W
ilerced -'5 *• •••• Clear .00
v«t>» ...77 48 £ Clear .00
N>wrfi?t!e" 62 64 .... Clear .00
Newman ...** 51 Clear .<»
Palrnno « 87 .... Clear .00
|. o _. rrv -jj]e 94 6» "W Clear .00
Pea" BluS W'f-KW Ctear .00
HWmli* *> 5 M Clear; .00
ia-ram*-nto ** MS Cl^ar .00
i, S[£l .......... -,o t* w cioudr. .00
f^in rranclBco «2 M \V Clear .00
£_n Jr.? 77 51 .... Clear: .CO
HanLiJii ObUpo.....«« S2 W Clear .00
;»m*. i?»r;a 70 65 .... Clear .00
*-'a.nta Rou 7» 4t Clear .00
-focVton , .* M W •-•¦ Clear .00
WiUows. tO 61 N. Clear .00
""cohiaa — Prachw la market^ pocr. grade; no
crop I'run*-* an<l p*ar» in good condition.
Stockton — Crape* showlnc; up well; promise
li^av • crop- *
HoUistM* — Early apples ripeninr: rood crop.
Winter arpl«s !U*t crop.
P. I v»rrt '.e — Oranrn and lemocs cootlnu*- to
iillrcrd— Grape. 9 loeklec e-cellest. Grain
Money— . |u S Steel.. ft*:
Call loans 2©34! Do pfd W.i*
Time loans 384 j Westing Common. 7.*'
Bonds— J Mining— .
Atchison 4s 101 %j Adventure 1
Do adj 4s 024lAlloue« 6%
Mex Central 4s... til | Arnal Copper 60m.
Railroads— I Amer Zinc 9U
Atchison 72?,! Atlantic S
Do pfd 9n4!Blngrmm 2°»;
boston & Albany. 241' V 4 i Calumet A Hecla 465
Boston & Maine.. 125 ICentennlal "0U
Boston Elev UG (Copper Kange 43U
Fltchburg pfd 137 | Daly West .... "Sia
Mex Central 74!Dom Coal 47
N Y, N H A H..1S6 4! Franklin 7
Pere Marquette... 74 IGrancy j-
Union Pacific S74llsle Royale '. r ~K
Miscellaneous— ! Mai>s Mining 4
Amer Arge Chem. 13mMirhigan 3.V
Do pfd 73 (Mohawk I 41
Amer Pneu Tube. 4 I Mont Coal A Coke 4
Amer Sugar 127% | Old Dominion ... 13 U
Do pfd 128 lOsceola fin;
Amer Tel A Tel. 130^1 Parrot i. 25 ¦
Amer Woolen lii»(; Quincy ; si
Do pfd 77 ! Shannon «4
I>om Iron A S... 74!Tamarack 90
Ed Elect Ilium.. 23*%! Trinity 3*:
Gen Electric 152 \V S Mining 21
Masa Electric..-. 13%iUSOil 10
Do rfd 73 (Utah 3m.
Masi Gas 39% | Victoria 2U
Un Ehoe Mach... 4<5 ! Winona ...:.. c l/
Do pfd 2S% I Wolverine ." 72
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
NEW YORK, June 23. — Excessive dullness
and sluggishness were the features of the
slock mark«t again to-day. The undertone was '
pretty firm and Isolated advances in specialties
helped th* market sympathetically, but some
of the s;>ecialties which performed that func
tion yesterday were inclined to react to-day,
ar.d eo had .their Influence en confusing the
movement of the market. The narrow fluc
tuations of prices, however, were above last
night's level fcr the most of th? day. It is
evident that convictions on the ultimate out
look are by no means firmly held by specula
tors in rtockf, en the part of those at least
who have sufficient means to express their
conviction? in operations in stocks. Sentiment
is decidedly mixed between those who see cur
rent unfavorable r.t.v* sufficiently discounted
in the present declines in the market and who
expect the development to be toward improve
ment and those who fear a continuance of
shrinkage of trade In Industrials. Instead of
inducing orpc«>ing «;>eculative operations, this
conflict of ofinicn seems to paraijxe activity
and accentuate the conservatism and even
timidity which' prevail.- This spirit seems to
be a Talr reflection uf that existing in the buel
ness world at large, and Its alteration there
is awaited to stir the securities market,
whether for an advance or a dicline. Amalga
mated Copper's unr**ponsiveness to news of 1
a tavoratle judicial decision in Montana was !
also regarded as highly significant of the
quiescence of a party of capitalists whose mar
ket movements are <-los«"iy watched for leader
ship by the rank and fit* of speculators. In
creases in May net earnings, by reason of re
duced operating expenses for Wabash and New !
Jeremy Central, revealed a tendmcy from which
rr.uch Is hoped toward reassurance of capital.
The failure of a savings bank in Massachusetts
on account of "poor investments" was of effect
on sentimer.t. rather frcm Its example of a con
stant succession of such event* than from its
individual Importance, which was insignificant.
Bonds were firm. Total sales. $2,720,000.
United States bonds were unchanged en call.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
Shares^ — Open. High. Low. Clow.
Atchieon 10.400 7»4 72% 72*,
Atchlson pfd l.KU) S(3"-s 05 s * *>S* 4
Ba! & Ohio .. .. 4,100 fcl bC»» &05«
Bal & Ohio pfd 90Vi
Canadian Pacific .. 5,4t» 124 1224 1234
Central of N. J 100 161 161 1«1
Chesa & Ohio 30}:
Chi & Alton " 374
Ch! & Alton pfd 7U4
Chi A O. W 900 14 134 "4
Chi. & N. W 600 170T4 1704 .1704
Chi. M. A St. P 9,100 144 143S H3%
Chi.M.ASt. P. pfd. 100 1774 1774 "7
Chi. T. A T 64,
Chi. T. AT. pfd.. 200 16 154 1»H
c. c. c. a Et. L. ca
Colo 'South 51%
Colo. South. 1st pfd 300 48»i 4S«4 4S4
Colo. South. 2d pfd 100 2O»£ 20V 4 1»%»
Dela. A Hudson... 1500 15-i 1354 lU^
Dela. Lack, and W 2.e&
Dea. A R. 0 900 21U 21H 214
Den. A R. G. pfd.. 200 71 71 71
Erie 1.K00 2* 23* 23%
Erie 1st pfd 700 5-i=i 65>4 &8
Erie 2d rfd 200 354 344 344
Hocking Vallry 64
Hocking Valley pfd 81
IIHnci? Central ... 500 131T, 1314 13144
Iowa Central - 18
Iowa C«ntralpfd 33
Kan City South... 100 21 >i 214 21 *4
Kan City South pfd 4"i;
Lnui* A Nash 5.C0O 110% 103?i HOJi
Manhattan L 1.400 14V, 14*» »*»¦*!
Metro. Securities .. «»0 77 70*i 7<>i4
Metro. St. Rv 4.W) 111H 110---; 11«t^
Mexican Central... 5,000 8\ 7*i 74
MIrme. A St. L.... 100 44 44 42
M..Pt.P.AS St.M... 4,500 C7»4 «Cft C6%
M.8t.P.AS.6t.M.pfd 1.M0 12*4 124 1234
Mo Pacific 6,:KiO 934 62% 62*i
Mo.. K. A T 100 1<J4 1C4 164
Mo., K. A T. pfd.. 100 .37 37 37«4
Nal. ItR fo M pfd 87%
N. Y. Central 600 11«H 11« HC
Nor. A West 1,100 6«H 30 U 50%
Nor. A West, pfd 85
On. A West. 800 20H 25% 25%
Pennsylvania 13,900 11C4 U5% 116
P., C. C. 4 8t L j, .,.. 6S
Reading • C.SOO- 47% 474 -4714
Reading 1st pfd... 700 S2 tl% 61 '4 ,
Readinir 2d pfd 654
Rock Island Co 1.200 21 20% 20%
Rock Island Co. pfd 100 biV t tl', 4 04'i
S. L A B. F. 2d pfd 444
Et. L. 8. W 200 12H 12H 12
Pt L. 8. W. pfd.. 200 294 294 29
Southern Paciflc .. 10.100 4GH 45% 45;i
Southern Railway . 3.100 214 21 »» 21%
Southern Ry. Pfd.. 1.000 60% 85 «5H '
Texas A Pacific... 2,200 22% 224 22V4
T. Ft L A W 1.400 25H 24% 244
T El L A W pfd.. 800 . 38% 37% 38
Union Paciflc JO. 400 87% 87*4 87%
t.'nlon Pacific pfd.. 300 92% 02 fl2
Wabaeh JWO 17 16T4 1C%
Wabash pfd 1.400 ZGK 36 3G4
Wheeling A L. Erie 1.400 16>i 16»4 16
Wisconsin Central. 100 16% 16% lfi%
Wisconsin Cen pfd. ' ....' 3S
Exprers Companies —
Adams 263
American 100 188 1R8 . 1SS
t'nlted States 104
W*!1e-Farro 200
Miscellaneous — "
Amalgam Copper.. 8,500 .60% 60>£ 60%
Am Car A Found.. - 200 174 174 1«4
Am Car A F pfd... 200 714 714 714
Am Cotton Oil 100 25 £5 25
Am Cotton Oil pfd. 68
American Ice tS'4
American Ice pfd.. 2C4
Am LinVf-'i Oil ..... 7
AmLJnseed Oil pfd ....' ' 24 '
Amer Locomotive.. ' ..'..- ..*..' 19
Amer Loco pfd.... 800 83 83 824
Am Smelt A Ref... ' 100 63% 6.1% 63%:
Am 8 A Ref pfd... 100 07 P7 00*4 |
Amer Sugar Ilef... 5.000 128% 127 127
AnaconCa Win Co ..:.''.... 72%^
Brktyn Rap Trans. 4,100 49^ 4&U ¦ 48%
Colo Fuel A Iron..' .... V. .. -304
Consolidated Gas... 9,400 IDS 1964 l!*Hi |
Corn - Products. ... .- •.... 10%!
Com Product* pfd ....- .... C74 j
Distillers' Seen 200 22^4 22 224'
General Electric... 700 1WU 1C2H 1624
Internatlenal Paper 10n
Interntl Paper pfd fid
Internationa] Pump 29
Interntl Pump pfd.. 72
National Lead 800 20% 20« 20^
North American... 100 894 854 854.
Paciflc Mall....... 2O0- 29 , £3% 25
Feople-s Gas....... 10.700 0S£ . 87 OSJi '
Nczv York Stock Market.
NEW YORK, June 23. — Close — Money on
call. 1H r*r cent: closing, 1 per cent; ruling
rat»*. IV* per cent; last loan. 4 P* r cent;
closing bid and offered at IM percent.
Time loans were easy and dull; CO and 90
dsys, 2JJ24 per cent; six months, 3'33'- 4 per
cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 34<?* l i P«r e*nt.
Sterling exchange was heavy, with actual
business la bankers' bills at $4.S»_o®4.S730
for demand and at $4.»sS25@<4.S535 for sixty
day bills.
Posted rates. $4 86 and $4 5S.
Commercial bills. $4 634®4 S5«4.
Bar silver. fo»<.c.
Mexican dcllars. 46c.
Bends — Governments, steady; railroada, firm.
New York Money Market.
CHICAGO, June 23.— Cash quotations were
as follows: Flour, d.ull; No. 2 spring wheat,
tUQDtJc; No. 3. «Sft5c; No. 2 red, 9$©09c; No.
2 corn 4S^C; No. 2 yellow. 504c"; No 2 oats,
. 4ie-tl>i4c: No. 3 white, 41©44c; No. 2 rye. 43c;
good feeding barley, 348iDc; fair ,to choice
. malting, 42652c; No. 1 liaxfeed. $1 01; No. 1
¦ Northwestern, $1 07: prime timothy seed,
$2 924; mess pork, per bbl, *12 90312 95; lard.
per 100 lbs. $« OMtf 074; short ribs sides
(loose). $7 374'f7 50: short clear sides (boxed),
$". 2."i®7 5O : whisky, basis of high wines, $t 2S;
¦ clover, contract grade, $10 75.
I Articles-.- Receipts. Shipments.
I Flour, bbls 33,400 16.100
: Wheat, bu 17,000 57.900
; Corn, bu .• 2T12.200 261.400
¦ Oats>. bu 113.600 11.710
i Rye. bu # 8.000
; Barley, bu 26,700 6,900
Cash Grain and Provisions.
EASTERN 3IAEKETS.
STOCK AXD BON'D EXCHANGE.
THTRSDAT. June 23—2 9. a.
TJNITED 8TATE3 BONDS.
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
4s qr coup.. 107 1; 107% 4s qr cp new.l32m334
«s qr re(r...lOtJ4106HI3s qr e*up..;iO84 —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Ala A W Bs.101 — Oak T Co 6s.ll» —
Bay CPC 8s. — 102 Do Se 112U —
Cal C G -6s.lO2TslO4 Do con 8s. — 108
Cal G & E * Oceanic 8 »s. — 73
m 4 ct 5s. 844 88 Om Cable ea, — 128
Cal-st C 5s. — 113 I'ae g Im 4a. 92% It
C C Wat 5s. — 101 P E Ry Sr. — 1C34*
EdL & P 6,.124 - P * C H 68.105 -
F * C H 6a.ll4& — r A O R 6s] — llg
Oeary-st 5s.. — 88 Powell-st «3 114
H C43 B4«-100 — Pac EG*R5st — flTt*
n 00 £*„:•' *"* ~ SF * *JV3a,ll«% —
Hon R T 6e.lOS — Sierra R 8a.. — 115
L A Elec 5s. — lea S P of A 6s
L A Ry 8s. 112 — (1908) lOHii _
L ALCo«a— — (1B10J 109 110
Do gtd Ra. — — SPofCSs
Do gtd 5«.1O24 — <1906)Sr A. 102*1108
LAP lcm Ss.101 10S fI8O5>Sr B.103U
Mkt-st C es.115% — (1906) .... 108
Do lcra 5». 114*4 118 (1912) .... 118
MV* MtT5 S .lW4 _ Spc 1 c* 8s.H0 —
NRR of C8«.107>4 — Do «tmp«l..lO7T4108?i
Do 5s ....1164117 S P B R to-lM V*
N P C R Ss-lOS 107 3 V Wat 6s.in<J • —
5 £ £Z. */• 71 n2 D » *• M».9»4 894
N C P C 8a. MT.10! Do 4s 3dm. — 99
?f 8 R R 5s. — 101 Do r rot(f4s 97% —
O O L*H 5s.lOT — Stkn GAEXs. — 101 1:
O W g-td 5a. — 100 U O A E 8s. — 108
WATER STOCKS.
Contra Costa — 4» | Port Costa. . ¦'
Martn Co... — 60 |S V Wat Ok 8TS 83H
GAS AND ELECTRIC.
Cent L A P. 34 3%|S F O ft E. «IU (iu
Mutual E L. 12 13 Stkn G * E. 6% —
Pac L Co... 57 - |U G * B Co. — —
INSURANCE.
Firem'a Fn-1310 340 I
BANK STOCKS.
Am'Ntl Bk..l274 — |L P & A... .130 180
Anglo-Cal .. 834 8«4!Mer Trust.... 206 —
Bank of Cal.424 430 [Merch Ex.... 50
Cal Safe Dp. — 130 JS F Nationl. —
First Nationl — — 1
SAVINGS BANKS.
Ger S * L.22S0 2380 I Sav A L So. — 100
Hum SAL. — — |S«c Sav Bi. — 430
Mutual Sav. ICO — Union T Co.. —
S F Sav U.640 — I
STREET RAILROADS.
California ..19341S3 [Presidio 41% —
Geary — 60 |
POWDER.
Giant €0^61 iVlgorlt — §T
6UOAR. .. -
Hana P Co. — 20c IKlUuea S C. — 4
Hawaiian C. 50 — IMakawell C. 214 J2
Honokaa S C 114 12 lOnomea S C. 234 274
Hutch SPC 7H 8 iPaauhau 8 C. 124 13*4
MISCELLANEOUS.
Alaska P A.136U1374!Oceanlc S Co. 4U 4V4
Cal F C A. 93 10O Pac Aux FA. 5 6
Cal Wine A. 8»4 SWJi'Pac C Bon. 130 1K>
MVA MtTm.100 — |
Morning Session.
Board —
1<» Alaska Packers' Association... 127 0©
23 Honokaa 8 Co u 75
60 Hutchlnscn S P Co..; 7 62^
Afternoon Session.
Board—
10 AUska Packers' Association... 137 00
25 Mutual Electric Light 12 SO
2O S F Gas A Electric «l 25
IV» Spring Valley Water Co 3* CO
$1,000 Northern Ry of Cal 6 per cent.107 37ti
$1,000 S F A S J V 3 per cent lid 73
8tre«t—
20 California Fruit Cannera' Ann. 99 OO
32<) Spring Valley Watar Co 37 374,
$2.«iv Spring Valley 4s <2d mtga)...% 99 ta
< Unlisted Securities.
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Bid. Ask-f - "..'- Bid. As*.
Bay CPC «s. — 90 IS P C R 4s. — luO
Cal NW 5s.. — 1124! S P Co 44s. 10O 1004
M C Wat Si.luO — ;3ua Tal tm.,113
Rls I WksSs — 1074! DoSi — 1C3
SF Drdk 5a— 1134|Suttr-st RSa.103 113
SF A NP 5s. — 111%! UR of SF 4a. 78«; 794
MISCELLANEOUS ST0CK3.
Ala S Co... — 30 I Mat Nav Ca — 90
Amer Bis Co — 90 | Xev Nat Bk.lSO 200
Cal Cot Mils SO 97 N 8 R R Co. »«
Cal GAECor. 47 5O I N Cal P Co. — 11
Cal Powder. .123 145 I Oak Bk Sav.1124 —
Cal Ship Co. 21 27 I Oak T Con.. 75 —
Cal T I A T.115 — HOOF Hall A « —
Cen Bk. Oak — 63 jorpheum Co.. — 16
Chutes Co .. — 74i Pace Caa Co.123 —
City A C Bk — 112 1 Pae S Tel.. 10*
«'yp L Imp.. — 74! Pac Sur -Col — 115
East Dynm.. — 2IO | Para/ Paint..' 3S
DpntPwd pfd 75 S3 IS F Drydocfc CO
Do com .. — 50 |SF*SJ Coal. — 25
FN Bk. Oak. 120 — |3 J Wat Co. — 1«
Fischer Thtr — 1 |SO A MTgbt.123. —
Frnch-A Bk.lGS — |Swisa-A Ek.lla —
Gas Con A.. — 22 (Truck Elects, It 13 -
Hono P Co.. 10 14 IUR InC pfd. 43 49
LcnA SF Bk — 6O | Do com ...»
• Morning Session. -
$10, COO United R R cf S F 4 per cent*. . 7? 53
Afternoon Session.
'¦' i Board —
$200 United Ry Inv Co pfd 4S 50
Street —
$23.0^.0 United R R of S F 4 per coot. . 73 25
$15O.0C0 Southern Pacific Co 44s ..100 25
California Stock and Oil Exchange
OU Stock— Bid. Asked,
Apollo 40 4*
Associated Trust Certificates. - 13 20
Altec • . »u J,
Caribou 3 55 4 CO
Chicago Crude ;r>
Claremont 07 70
Four . 65
Giant 15
Hanfcrd ... 175 00 >•.;;¦.?¦
Home ............ . 150
Imperial ...'..... ........... .... . ISO*
Independence 25 -20
Kern 4 80
Monarch (of Arizona) - 39
Monte Crlsto «5 . 4»
Occidental of W Va (A ....
OU City Petroleum 58
Peerless 13 80
Sovereign ....... 33
Sterling- .... 2 50 °
Superior ........ ........... 04 .. .
Thirty-three - .... , 8 25
Toltec a
Twenty-eight 9 co
Kern Oil (new) 40 ....
Associated Bonds \ TS 00
Wabash ........ .... 31
Miscellaneous—
Cal Jockey Club 123 OO
Cypress Lawn Imp Co 7 0O
Northern Cal Power- .> 10 75
Sanitary Reduction Works.. 100 •;.•;..;,:,*
8ALES. ' y'\
Morning Session.
Board —
100 Sterling, b 8O 2 65
SCO Central Light and Power ........ - 4 12U
Street— -
15 Alaska Packers' Association US 25.
Afternoon Session.
No sate*.
Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE.'
Following were the sales on the San Fran
cisco Stock and Exchange Board yesterday:
Morning Session.
100 Andes .1' 121 700 Juatlce IS
600 Bullion ......' 17| 100 Mexlcaa 1 10
60 Con C A Va.l 201 200 Ophir ...3 7Q
FRUITS — New crop futures — Apricots. 7<J4e;
Peachfs, 54Ste per Ib. Old crop — Evaporated
Applei. 4HC«5%c; sun-dried. 3844c
PRUNES — 1903 crop. 2<J2Kc for the tour
sizes.
RAISINS — F. o. b. prices Fresno for 1803 ;
crop (subject to change without notice) are as ,
follows: 50-lb boxes — Loose Muscatels, 4 -crown, j
4c per lb; 3-crown. 4Hc: 2-crewn. 4c; Malaga. '
loose, 3-crown. 4c; 2-crown. 3%c: Thompson's (
seedless. 4c; seedless Sultanas, 34c; seedless ,
Muscatels. 3%c; do floated, 34c; Seeded Hals-
Ins. 16-oz cartons, fancy, 5Uc; choice, SVic: '
12-bz. cartons, fancy. 44c; choice, *\c; in
bulk, fancy. 5Kc; choice. 8c; Imperial clus- ;
ters. $3; Dehesa, $2 50; fancy. $2; London
Layers 3-crown, ?1 33; 2-crown. $1 25.
NUTS— Walnuts, No. 1 softshett. 13Hei4c: I
No. 2. 114612c; No. 1 hardshell. 139134c; i
No. 2. ll<@114c; Almonds. 114c for Nonpa- ;
riels. 114c lor I X U lie for Ne Plus Ultra
and 9*;c for Languedoc; Peanuts. 697c for
Eastern; Pecans. ll@13c; Cocoanut s. $4 8003.
HONEY— Comb. 1149124c for white and !
10911c for amber; water white extracted. 89 .
6c; light amber extracted. 44&5c; dark.
3464c.
BEESWAX— 27S29c per Ib.
Dried Fruits,Nuts t Raisins,Honey.
doing toed. Fruit crop excellent: quality good.
NapT— Ko change in crop conditions.
«*loverdale — Conditions fin* for all Irult.
8ar.ta Rt-sa— No chance Since last report.
-Santa Maria— Cool days, foggy morning*
continue, with unchanged crop conditions.
Willows— Wheat turning out better than ex
pected. ¦ .
L4verrr.ore— I'misuaMy small acreage of
wheat this year.
San J<«e-T-Plutr.s corning in; fair crop; me
dium.
Newman — Conditions same.
King City— First lot of barley of the season
hauled to-day.
N A. G. Me A DIE. Section Director.
Receipts of Hay were suddenly large again,
being !>10 tons, and Included a liberal quantity
of new, it appearing, as one large handler ex
preeeed it, as if the season for new Hay had
suddenly opened In full force. A cargo of new
Clover sold at $8. Strictly No. 1 Wheat, fresh
and bright, from Contra Costa, sold at $llf?
11 50, and choice new Barley and Oat at
$10 50. For new marsh Tame Oat $7 was
bid and refused.' and $7 was bid and refused
for new Volunteer Wild Oat. Quotations for
old showed little change. ¦
The circular of Som«rs & Co. says:
"A slight increase in shipment of Hay can
be noted during the past week, for the record
shows a total of 2S0O tons, as compared with
2bC0 for the week preceding. Old Hay con
tinues to arrive in undlmlnlshed quantities
and the increase ha3 been occasioned by ship
ments of new Hay, averaging three or four
cars rtally The situation remains practically
unchanged, for in spite of the comparatively
late date we do hot seem to have yet entered
Into the new season. From all indications it
will probably be July 1 before the new crop
will be readily accented here.
. "It will be remembered that on the first day
of JUne Sait year we were entirely out of old
Hay. Thi« . year we carried over at least
one . month's supply, which fact will prove
quite an item in considering the supply and
value of the- new crop. At present everything
Indicates considerably lower prices than was
the range for last year.
"Of the new crop we are receiving an oc
casional car of good Wheat Hay on which we
quote $11*811 50 per ton; a straggling car of
Tame Oat. quotable at from $10 to $10 50; the
balance being various grades of Volunteer,
lowland Oat Hay. Oat and Clover and Alfalfa
and Grass. These various grades iell from
*.« 50 to $S htre. according to quality.
"An occasional car of choice old WheaJ Hay
sells for a very good figure, the remaining
grades showing some little weakness from the
quotations of a week ago."
There is no change in Feedstuffs, which are
steady.
BRAN— I22S23 per ton.
MIDDLINGS— $24029 per ton.
SHOUTS— $22323 per ton
FEEDSTUFFS-r-Rolled Barley. $22 5O?rC3
per ton; Oilcake Meal at the mill. $30 50@31 5O;
jobbing. *32; Cocoanut Cake $22tf23; Corn
Meal, $32633; Cracked Corn. $32 50^33 50;
Mixed Feed. $22©23; Horse Beans. ,$3o<S40 per
ton: Broom Corn Fe»d. 90c per ctl. •
HAY— Old crop— Wheat. *UVgH 5«; Wheat
and Oat. $11312 50; Oat. $»«12; Wild Oat. $7'#
10: Barley anil Oat, $7® 11; Stock. $"©>(; Al
falfa. $7^10 per ton. New crop — Volunteer
Wild Oat. $"SS 50 per ton: Wheat. $3®H 50;
Wheat and Oat. $36'11; Oat. $S»0; Clover, $3;
Alfalta, $7. per ton.
STRAW— GOgSOc per bale.
Hay and Feedstuff s.
FLOUR — California Family Extras, $4 60®
4 90. usual terms; Bakers' Extras. $4 50grt 80;
Oregon and Washington, Jobbing at $3 8594 28
per bbl.
MILLSTUFFS — Prices in packages are as
follows: Graham Flour, *3 50 per 100 lbs;
Rye Flour. $3 50; Rye Meal. *3 25; Rice Flour,
$7; Corn Meal $3 50; extra cream do, ?l 25;
Oat Groats, *4 50; Hominy, $4|M 23; Buck
wheat Flour. %i 50@4 75; Cracked Wheat, J4;
Farina, J4 50; Whole Wheat Flour, 13 75;
Rolled Oats, bbls.' %' 253S 60; In sacks. $6 75\»
8 lO^earl Barley. |H; Split Ptas. boxes, $7;
Green Peas, $5 50 per 100 lbs.
Flour and Millstuffs.
T* ith the exception ef the- Tonopah stocks.
which continued to sell brlskjy. business
en the local exchangee continued quiet.
though there was some Improvement
m tn« movement on the afternoon ses
ston of the Bond Exchange. Hutcainsea Sugar
sold oft to 17 674 and Spring Valley Water
was firmer at $37 S7V9@<3S.
Fullerton Oil Co. paid a dividend of 3c D«r
share, amounting to 116.20O on the 20th.
The Italian- American Bank has declared a
eeml-annual dividend on all savings deposits at
the rate of 34 per cent per annum, payable
.\ . Th * rate u 1(> "*' CMlt les » tb * a ta* 1
of the six months ended December SI. 1903.
vv estern Union Oil Co. of Santa Maria has
levted an assessment of 13 per share, amottnt
inK to 130,000, becoming delinquent August 13
Two more railroad carloads of Ophir ore hav»
been shipped, making ten carloads on the way.
The Brunswick Consolidated Mining' Com
pany ef Grass Valley levied an assessment of
3c per share yeeterday.
Dullness Still the Ride on the
Local Exchanges.
STOCK MAEKET.
Local Stocks and Bonds still inactive.
Nezv York Stocks steady. Cotton lower.
Mexican Dollars higher under a Japanese demand.
Silver and Exchange not materially changed.
Wheat and Barley quiet and the latter lozver.
Ketv Oats coming in more freely. Corn unsettled.
Large arrivals of new and old Hay. Feed stuffs steady.
Bccrns and Seeds quiet at unchanged prices.
Butter, Cheese and Eggs still plentiful.
Provisions unsettled, zvith a local advance anticipated.
Estimates of t)ic California Hop crop being reduced.
Cattle. Sheep and Hogs quiet and unchanged.
Xerv Potatoes firm and in demand. Onions plentiful.
Poultry much depressed, with a sluggish demand.
Deciduous Fruits in liberal supply and generally iceak.
Adams Con 20j Little Chief . C5
Alice 25' Ontario S 60
Breece 10! Ophir 3 50
Bruns Con WPhoenix OS
Com Tunnel . 08' Potosl 14
Osn Cal & Va... 1 10! Savage io
Horn Silver 1 30| Sierra Nev 23
Iron Silver 1 65i small Hopes .... 15
Leadville Con ... 02; Standard 2 CO
U S ref 2s reg..!04Ti!L & N unified 4s. 101%
Do coupon 1053JI Man con KO id 4s-104H
Do 3s reg.. 105|«!Mex Central *a.-;VS3U
Do coupon 1O« I Do 1st Inc 13
Do new 4s reg.l32»4|Mlnn & St L 4s.. 9t>«4
Do coupon 132&giM. K & Tex 4s.. 9S^i
Do old 4« reg.lOtiHl Do 2ds 7S ! .i
Do coupon 107Vi|NR of Mex con 4s 76'
Atch gen 4s 102M:!. V Y C gen 3HS..10O14
D o adj 4s 8341. V J C gen 5s 182^
Atlantic C. L 4s. 86^ | Nor Pac 4a 104H
Bait & Ohio 4s... 102 & j Do 3s 74'
Do 3k« 96 I Nor & W con 4s. 00%
Central of Ga 6s.llO T^ OSL 4s & partlc. 9«H
Do 1st inc 7414! Pa conv 3>*s SOU,
Ches & Ohio 44s.lO5 | Reading gen 4s... 101
Chi JL- Alton 3^8. 79 .|S L i I M con 6s.ll5H
C BtQ new 4s. 66%1S L & S F fg 4s. Wfi
C.M & SP gn 4s.lO9 |St Louis SW lsts. 93%
C & NW con 7s.l2S!i! Seaboard A L 4s. 68T4
C. R I & Pac 4s. 69 So Pac is 0:Jȣ
Do col 6s 7»%|So Railway 6s. ..117%
C.C.C & SUn 4s.lOO I Tex 4; Pac l»ts..lis'
Chi Term 4s 75HJT. St L & W 4s. 704
Cons Tobacco 4s. «1m,| Union Pac 4s. 105%
Colo & So 4s 8.1'ij Do coftv 4s 004
C F & I con 5». 69 |U S Ste«-1 2d 5s.. 7S%
Den i- Rio G 4s.lOO | Wabash lsts 117
Erie prior Hen 4s.lOO>«> Do deb B anu
Do gen 4* $04! w & L Erie 4*. . 01 '
F W.& D C l«t».l<V»4l ffii Central 4s... 90%
Hock Val 44s...lC94l
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS,
Common— Bid 4. asked 4%. Prof erred— Bid
88. asked 3S&.
NEW YORK BONDS.
Total sales 217.100 shares. . ->-.'-:-;*jJ\t?,
UNITED RAILROADS OF SAN FRANCISCO.
NEW YORK. June 23.— Bond transactions of
United Railroads of San Francisco — 25, COO at
J79; 100.000 at »7S 87fc; 25,000 at $79 25.
AMERICAN CAN COMPANY.
Pressed Steel Car.. 600 27% 27H 27U
Pressed S Car pfd. 100 71 71 ' 70^5
Pullman Palace Car 30O 214 -213U 214
Republic Kteel 100 6>/4 *>Vi «Va
Republic Steel pfd. 600 41^ 41V» '41*4
Rubber Goods 15'
Rubber Goods pfd.. 200 77H 7T«4 76
Tenn Coal & Iron.. 300 33Vi 33>j 35Vi
U S Leather 6%
U S Leather pfd... B00 80 79*i 79^
U S Realty 200 5- 8 . f>% 5%
U S Realty pfd 300 60 604 59%
U S Rubber .... l«it
U S Rubber pfd... 100 66 66 s 65U
U S Steel 7.600 10 9% »•»
U S Steel pfd 14,700 56«4 56 ' 56
Westlnghouse Elee. 300 15614 15C*i ¦ 16«H
Western Union 400 87% 87Va SV
SUMMARY OF THE i MARKETS.
'July 33 3?>U 3*% 33Ts
September ..... 32H 32H 32 32
! December 324 324 32» s 324
! Mess oork, ner bbl —
i July 12 87 4 13 00 12 874 12 00
'September 13 15 13 274 13 15 13 20
: Lard, per 100 lbs —
July « 974 7 05 6 974 7 00
¦ September 7 15 7 224 7 15. 7 174
Short ribs, per 1C0 lbs"="
July 7 40 .7 524 7 40 7 50
j September 7 (JO 7.624 7 CO 7 CO
CHICAGO, June 23.— When trading be
gan . In the wheat market to-day ; there
were several factors of a bullish char
acter in evidence, the most prominent be
; ing higher, cables and reports of unfavorable
¦ weather in Argentina. There waa a fair gen-.
! eral demand at the start and the market
; opened i quite firm. Initial quotations on July
I being unchanged to a shade higher at M T 4c to
, 84:i$J$5c. September was unchanged at 7»!4e.
I During the early part of the session offerings
i were light. A big storm In Hungary inflicting
, severe damage to crops ' caused an advance.
j Later messages from the Southwest referred
I to the Increasing amount of new wheat being
I delivered, at country stations and, to the ex-
I cellence of its quality and the heaviness of
I the yield as claimed by the farmers. Reports
I from the Northwest- also were favorable. The
demand was not equal to the supply and In
consequence a weak undertone developed, July
felling off ¦ to 64%c. September declined to
70*i c. ¦ The close on both September and July
was at the low point. - •
In corn firm cables and small primary re-'
celpts were bull factors. The market cloned
I with July He lower at 48%c. September
opened at 4$%g48?ic and closed at 484@48%c.
The oat market displayed a weak undertone
j July closed \i@%c lower at 3Sft@3S!ic. Sep
tember closed at 32c.
Provisions were firm on moderate support
from packers. The principal demand was for
ribs. The strength of the hog market helped
provisions. September pork closed 10c higher;
lard up 2405c and ribs were 5©~4c higher.
The Jeadlng futures ranged aa follows:
Artlchea. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2 —
July, old 8«4 87 86 86
July, new 85 834 Si% 81%
September, old. 81 4 81% 81 »i SI'S
September, new. 79!fc 60*i 79* 4 T9\
I Corn, No. 2—
i June i. 43 48 47% 47%
!July.: 4»U 49H 4SH 4S»,
: September 4S?i 49 484 48*»
Oats. No. 2—
[June 4lVi
Future Grain and Provisions.
Flour, qr ska .. 2.747! Wool. bal<& .... 15
Wheat, ctls .... 733lBeans. ska ..... 1OT
Barley, ctla .... 2.385iTa!low. ctls .... 21S
Oats, ctls 3S7|Htdea, No. 88O
Corn, West, ctls 1.200: Pelts, No, 1.239
Rye. ctls 52OJ Leather, rolls .. 3.77
Potatoes, sks .. 3.$lS!L.i me bbls 4*>
Onions, sks ... 1.4S3; Chicory, bbla .. 3O
Bran, sks 5*71 Wine gala «7.22.%
MiJdUn/w. «ks.. 100 Quicksilver flka.- 23O
Hay. tona OW. Kalslr.s. tub ... SO
Straw, tons .... 81
FOR THURSDAY. JTTNE 53.
Receipts' of Produce.
Chicago Board of /Trade.
Open. High. Low. Close.
December ... U44 U44 &3*6 93%
2 p. ra. Session.
December — 934c. . T * .". (-.'_
OATS — Arrivals of the new crop are In
creasing and quotations for Red are ' slightly,
higher. New Grays are also coming in. Prices
for old crop remain as before, with a quiet
market.
Old crop— White, $1 40@l 45; Black. $1 20®
1 25: Red, $ I 20® 1 30 New crop — Red. $1 20
61 224; Gray, SI 35@1 40 per ctl.
CORN — Quotations are unsettled and Irreg
ular and show some variation, as will be seen.
Receipts from ¦ the West continue liberal.
Western sacked, $1 45#1 50 for Yellow,
$1 45«J1 50 for White -and $1 45 for Mixed;
California laree Yellow, $1 4.Vg-l 5O; small
round do. $1 50@l HO; White, $1 45®1 80 per
ctl; Egyptian, $1 324@1 424 for White- and
SI 25©1 30 for Brown.
RYB— $1 30«l 32% per ctl.
BUCKWHEAT— Nominal at $1 75®2 per ctl.
FUTURES.
Session 0 to 11 :30 . a. m.
Feed, $1 01U®l. 024 for old and S1©1 024
for new; Brewing, $1 05® 1 10; Chevalier,
|1 02&@l 10 for fair to choice.
count on the morning session. Brokers re
ported • a better demand for old Brewing, as
the brewers were in the market, but quota
tions were- unchanged. . '.-¦¦' -¦:•.; l.\
* CASH BARLEY.
rie» were still limited, but they were easier,
as the previous high prices restricted trade.
Other tree fruits In small packages were plen
tiful and. buyers were able to fill their wonts
In tha afternoon at concessions. Apricots in
bulk were abundant and canoers reduced their
bids to $25'j30 per ton as to quality, but were
unable to procure any great amount, as dealers
were rather firm In their ¦views, and besides
the regular trade purchased freely at 2©i'-jc
per pound. Gooseberries have about had their
run and the quotations will soon be with
drawn. ' Other kinds of Berries were dull owing
to the Increased competition of tree fruits, and
Strawberries and Blackberries were. lower. A
carload of Strawberries from the Watsonvllle
region was switched over to Oakland by mis
take and did not arrive In this market until
late in the day and the berries had to be sold
at low prices. Cantaloupes and Watermelons
were plentiful and prices had a further decline.
There was nothing new to report In Citrus, or
tropical fruits.
STRAWBERRIES— $3<?5 per chest for Long
worths and $2 50©3 60 for the- larger varieties.
LOGANBERRIES— $2©3 per chest for red
and $2 5093 SO for black.
BLACKBERRIES— $466 per chest; crates.
60c
RASPBERRIES— $5®7 per chest; crates from
Newcastle, 60c; from Fresno, $1.
GOOSEBERRIES— English. 8c per 1b.
CURRANTS— $3 6OgG per chest.
CHERRIES— In small packages, 7MJ < S5c;Wn
bulk, &884c per 1b for Black and 5©74c for
Royal Anne. „_
APRICOTS— Small boxes and crates. 400
73c; baskets. 40®50c; In bulk. lUS-Hc p«r 1b.
APPLES— Old. $1 60®2 23 per box; new
Green. 25fi50c for small boxes and baskets and
75cQfl 40 for large boxes.
PEARS — »0c©$l per box, as to size of box.
PEACHES— 50«65c per box or basket; large
open boxes, $1.25.
PLUMS — Clyman. C©375c per box or crate;
Cherry Plums, 35@E0c per box; Tragedy Prunes,
$1 per crate and 5Oc per box.
FIGS — 60@65c for single-layer and $1©1 -3
for double-layer boxes.
MELONS— Cantaloupes. $1 BOSS per crate;
Watermelons. !%©2c per lb.
GRAPES — Se»dtess. $101 25 per crate.
CITRUS FRUITS — Navel Oranges, $1©3 per
box as to size and quality; Valencias, Jl W>y
2 50- Mediterranean Sweets. $1 75; Tangerines.
II 75@2; Lemocj. $2 6O©2 75 for fancy, $1 50@
1 75 for choice and flgl 25 for standard:
Grape Fruit $1 5Og2 for seedless and $1^1 50
for ordinary: Mexican Limes, $4G» per case;
Bananas $ 2®3 per bunch for Central American
and Slg2 for Hawaiian; Pineapples. $283 per
dozen.
8.70c; Fruit Granulated. 8.70c; Beet Granu
lated OOO-lb bass only), 5.60c Confectioners*
A. 6.70c: Magnolia A. 5.30c; Extra. C. 3.20c;
Golden C, 8.10c: **D.*' Sc: barrels. lOo more:
half barrels; 23e more: boxes, 60c mor«: 50-lb
bags. 10c more tor all kinds. . Tablets— Half
barrels. tf.20c; boxes, 6.45c; H. A E. Crysta*
Domlnoa. 8.70c per Ib. No orders taken for
less than ••venty-fly* barrels or 1U equivalent.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL; FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904.
15
1 foundry, Southern, and No. 1 foundry, South*
ern. soft. (13 25fi 13 SO.
CoaUnuetl on Pace 14*
Nearly all kinds of deciduous fruits were in
free supply and, an trade was not unusually
brisk, the marKet .had an easy, tone and rev
erf".; descriptions were lower. Slocks ol Ctaer-
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits.
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