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BROKERS BEATEN ATTEMPT TO ADVANCE PRICES A FAILURE Waiting the Solution of Important la. sues— V^nderbilt Properties and Northern Securities Case Affect Trading SALES LARGE IN £S' .. EASTERN LINES ', ' Prices generally advanced on 2 i the stock market yesterday. * ■ Sales were large In eastern * ' trunk lines, Coalers and Union T \ Pacific. A number of losses were J i posted. . 4 •A Jump In Atchlaon to 90%* ' helped recovery In tho western ¥ 1 stocks. Big four advanced 3 J ! points and St. Paul preferred, £ . Hmeltlng preferred and the Steel * ■ Foundries stocks 1. New York f ' Central recovered to $1.62% and t \ rose strongly 2% points, and A , Atchlson and St. Paul got a frac- i > tlon higher, T 1 Itumora of the proponed pay- T ' ment of accrued dividend on Re- , ', public Steel preferred carried up ( i Tennessee Coul with 3V4 points. < i Colorado Fuel, Republic Steel and J 1 Lead rose 3to 3% points. In the \ ' railroad Hat St. Paul, Union Pa- , , clfic, Southern Pacific, Pennsyl- . i vanla, Reading, Erie, Chicago & • ■ Alton and Kansas & Texas pre- J 1 f erred rose 1 or more points, Hal- , ! tlmore & Ohio, IV4; Canadian, , Pacific over 4 points. < By Associated Press. NEW YORK, March 20.— The t.Yects wtere perceptible in the stock market today of some benevolent superstition, which had the effect of discouraging aggression by the bear party. The buying which checked the decline, however, hesitated to follow prices when they turned upward and the speculative operators who attempted to push the advance found themselves in scanty companionship. Tho result was a period of dullness in the trading and a narrowing in the fluctuations, prices showing a tendency to settle to about last week's, closing. The impression .was given of an effort to hold the present situation on an even keel, while awaiting the solution of some of the doubtful factors. The party of reaction were some what aggressive In the early part of the day until checked by later support. With the reaction checked some of the old rumors of deals showed re newed vitality, notably that alleging that a plan for a holding company for the Vanderbllt properties and for the combination of New York Central, Northwestern and Union Pacific. The Northern Securities case also showed a remnant of its strong hold on speculative sentiment, when the Inti mation was circulated that the supreme court was likely to conclude the case by issuing Its mandate today for the carrying out of the decision. The re newed signs of depression shortly after noon -were clearly to the news of the adjournment of the court over . the recess, without issuing its. mandate. • About the same time there appeared official disclaimers of the New York Central rumors, also pointing out the absence of directors to secure a quorum of the board. Such disclaimers have often . been issued in the midst of the most excited periods of the late rise without attracting the slightest atten tion. Their greatest effect today was an index of the subdued spirit of spec ulation. "Attention converged in the money market, owing to the low state of the bank reserves and the expected growth of an Interior demand for currency. The extreme activity In all lines of business itself promises to increase this demand and any material Inroad on money, supplies would be expected, to affect unfavorably the stock market. There is no evidence of lack of funds today, although rates were well main tained. . .Of the general news the conditions reported from all quarters were bril liant. The tone of reviews of traffic conditions by railroad officials was fairly enthusiastic, the only complaint being of a shortage of cars with which to meet the extraordinary business of fering. Stocks of merchandise are re ported low, owing to former hesitation about reordering, and orders are re ported to be coining in such volume as to promise a glut of railroad traffic .for some time to come. • Suggestions were put out of an early payment of accrued dividends on Re public I Steel preferred and that stock made a spurt, carrying Tennessee Coal ,wlth it in ' sympathy. Some renewed 'credence was given to the story •of the merger of southern iron companies, therefore, the . railroad equipment stocks were In demand. _• Intimations of a newly found value of the Canadian Pacific lands by rea son of . oil discoveries caused an ex tended rise in that stock, and contrib uted, with the movement in the south ern iron stocks, to the strong closing and activity at the best prices of the day. 'Sterling exchange broke violently a full quarter of a cent in the pound, and. this was pointed to as a promise of I relief ■ for the money market. % . .liondH were irregular. Total sales, par I value, $3,750,000. -United States bonds were all un changed on call. . . New York Stocks 8y Associated Freai. vNEW YORK, March 20.— Tho following bond* on the stock exchange today: - „ • . High- U>w- Clou , Sale*- i Stock. - • - . e»t. cat. Ins. -J9.500 Atchlaon B'Hi 89ft Mi ■il, loo. do preferred ...103 1021, 103 3.700 Atlantic Coa«t Line ..lli'i 141 14394 15,2U» Haltlmore & 0hi0.. ...... 109 ft 10SH I'Wk ...<..- <io. preferred , M , 44.800 Canadian Pacino 150 IIS 149% 5..:.:\ Central of New Jersey 190 SS.SOU Chtaapeake & Ohio M 67 MV, ■ 200 Chicago & Alton, .. 43 4l',i 4l>i nio do preferred 81 HI 10% '4,600 Chicago Ureat Western L'Hi 23ft n\ a :1 400 Chicago & N'we»ttirn....24U% M 0 240% 31:200 Chi., Mil. & St. I'uul. .«!',_ 179 180% ......; Chicago Term. & Tiunu 17 ' ■*»> do preferred 33 32 , «Hi 3,7 hi C.. C, 0. & ex.. toula..loß ion 108% 3,200 Colorado & Southern.. 24 WA 24 100 do lat preierro.! ...... Wtf 6014 60% „ do 2nd preferred 84 r -100 Delaware & Hu.lmm....l!U?i 191% 1111(4 .;;.... Ptrt.r Uu*. * We»t«rn .... 874 Denver ft lilo Grande 34 V4 Wl do . preefrrud 8914 89 89% • *7,WW Erie 47 4514 4U% , 100 di lat preferred 8014 8014 81% . * 800 do 2nd preferred 65% 67% Wl4 I! ,800 Hocking Valley UlVi K3«, «S 100 do , preferred *4% H% «314 88,000 llllnola Central W2l» 161 Kit . 100 low* Central » 2» 19 do preferred ■ • «» KuiiMta Ctty Southern,. 2914 JW'-i 2914 ." WKI. do preferred 6C% . k!i',4 6314 D.Tim l-out*vm« Ie Naahv111e.. 14314. 141 W% . SiM Manhattan' U■: J«:»*i iwt'.i m< t 3U.H00. Metropolitan Hecurltle*,. 8»li :■ 8«% ,• W,l «,700 Metropolitan lit. By Ui<* mil 12414 *,m Uulcm Ctetnil «__„ ».% mt tt% ORANGES DOING WELL IN THE EAST Special In The Herald. NEW YORK, March 20.— Flfty-on« carlofld*. of fruit were (mid. A wme what l«rff«r proportion of tho offerlnui! were In uood condition and *olrt nt firm prlc-en, but th« (treat bulk of the fruit In still very wasty and the price* were ■ilßintrnuß. The demnnd for prlm« fruit Is very active. The trade wants good oranges. Bound stock averaged generally ns follows: Lion brand, 12.84: Loma VlstA, $2.43 and $2.11 j Independent, fancy, $2.35; La. Mesa, $2.19 and $2.17; .U«amlne, $2.72; Cloister, $2.46; Golden Gate, $2.23; Bun flower, $2.32. These averages show that good sound oranges are doing very well, but four-fifths of the fruit averaged only from $1.00 to $2.00 per box. The general range of prices for fancy stock was $2.00®2.95 per box, except large sizes, which were easy. Prices— Navels: Wxtra fancy, large, $1.56#2.65; regular, $1.20i!5>2.«0i small, $1.08(f1i2.25; wasty, 7BCT9Sc; halves, $1.05«3>1.20; fancy, Inrge, $1.-fi<s>2.Bo: regular, $1.5nff1)2.»5; small, $firstname.lastname@example.org; extra choice, large; $1.08®2.1ft; regular, $1.8R(5>2.4n; small, ll.&r.iwi.flr.; choice, large, $1.80<ft1.90; regular, $i.2S<f|2.6S; standard, 95ria) $l.Kfi; orchnrd run, $email@example.com bloods, fancy, $1.66fff<2.40; choice, $l.finfiP2.lo; halves. $1.20f&..35; budded, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Tangerines (halves), $1.2502.15; grape fruit, $1.85. Lemons, choice, $1.35011.80. quotations as given above are according to grades of brands as they are registered In California In the citrus brand register. 400 Minneapolis A St. Louis 81 «.! *) 11,200 Minn., Ht. P. ft B B M..1II) 11«tt 111) 1,700 do preferred 16<H I*2*4 -1M 7,300 Missouri Paclflo MXX 107 IM% 1.000 Mo., Kan. ft Texas 83 3t 83 3,000 do preferred 6Aft fir, 1,4 MH 800 N. R. K. Mex., pfd 41 41 41 M.fiOO New York Ontral 102*4 l«o% l«Vi n.Wi N. V.. Ontario A W 62\ Hl '4 «2V« 6,70) Norfolk ft Western 86V1 Rl'fc Mi do preferred 02 49,fi00 Pennsylvania 14.i»i 142<i IW»4 1IX) P., <:., C. ft St. Louis *2\i Mlj Rl 81, M« Heading .". WVi D4H M 31111 do Ist preferred n\, «U 92Vi do 3nd preferred '. Al ib. ion Hock Island Co 31' i ay.i 34S 1,0(10 do preferred 80Vi .8" 7H'* 18,000 St. Is. &S. F., 2nd pfd. 71 '70 70* «.nno St. Louis Southwestern 27 21 26 8,100 do preferred 65 B4 «♦!« ?ii,«ii Southern PaclflC «»% H7% m't I, urn do preferred 1 1 s • i 118 V& )!«'.<, 6.800 Southern Railway 3f,% an, r.% 4(10 do preferred Wk 99V4 tl»Vt 4,1X10 Texna A Pacific .1»"1 3D 3«Vi Ki.ikhi Toledo, St. linuls A W. M* 3A MV, 1.100 do preferred SB% BTM dVA 12,000 Union Pacldc 132% 130% 132-T4 1,(100 do preferred M,4 BBVi MVi TOOWabash 2.1% 22% 22% 300 do prefarred ■ 46*4 45% 4«% Wheeling A Lake Erie 1«"i 100 Wisconsin Central 2.1'1i 23% Zi\ 400 do preferred ti2% 61% 621, EXPRESS COMPANIES Adams Ex. Co 245 American Ex. Co 224 ITnlted States Ex. Co 130 Wells-Fnrgo Ex. Co 290 MISCELLANEOUS 50.200 Amalgamated Copper.... 80 78-H 7l)?i 8.600 Am. Car A Foundry.... 38« i 37!4 88»i 3,000 do preferred 99 68 90 American Cotton Oil 34 do preferred d!> American Ice Mi do preferred 3»?s American Llnneed Oil 17V> do preferred 42 20,80.1 American Locomotive .. 4!l 47% 48% 3(10 do preferred 116 11SV4 H"?i 33,100 Am. Smelt. A Kenning.. lo3'} 102 103 18,000 do preferred 122% 122 ]22-» 48,(HM Am. Hugar Refining.... 143K 14114 Ul% 800 Am. Tob., pfd., certlf... 96% 95V4 93« i 3,600 Anaconda Mining C0...120M 117',;, 110 11,700 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 67 66% 6S»i 15,000 Colorado Fuel A Iron.. r,l?i 52% MM 20,900 Consolidated Gas lOT, 204 204'^ 10,5(10 Corn Products 18 17 17 200 do preferred 7Hi 71V4 70>,5 I, Ron Distillers' Securities .... 41 40% 41<4 1,000 General Electric 180 187% 189 International Paper 23 1,000 do preferred 78H 78ti 78 '. International Pump " 37 do preferred 86 17,200 National' Lead 38% 36 8814 1,600 North American 103 Vi 102 102' i 200 Paclflc Mall 4.v.i 45 45% 2,400 People's Gas 112 111 111% 200 Pressed Steel. Car 38VJ 38U 38' i 1,100 do preferred 92V4 92 92 100 Pullman Palace Car ..247 247 247V4 10,200 Republic Steel 21 1» - 2fi% 6,700 do preferred nM 7SH 78% 400 Rubber Good 26V4 2614 2«'4 do preferred 94V» 2.800 Tennessee Coal A Iron.. 92% 92H 91% «00 United States Leather.. 12% 12% .12% 200 do preferred 104^ 104 103=4 800 United States Realty.... 94% .04% 94',i 400 United States Rubber.. 41Vj 40% 41 8.800 do preferred 11114 110% 110% 48,000 United States Steel 35% .Wi .15% 24,9(10 do preferred .; 95% 9H4 93% 800 Virginia Carolina Chem 34% 34% 34% 100 do preferred 107 107 in 7 Westlnghouse Electric 180% 800 Western Union ; 93% 93Vi 93% Total sales for the day, l,O97,2Ooshares. New York Bonds By Associated Press. NEW YORK. March 20.-The following were the prices for bonds on the 'stock exchange to day: U 8 ref 2s reg..104%. Japan 6s cer 10214 do coupon 104% L & N un 4s 103% do 3s reg loiu Man con gold 45. .107 do coupon 104>i Mcx Cen 4s 77 do new 4s reg. .13214 do Ist lnc 24 do coupon ' IJ2U Minn & X I, 45.... MS do old 4s reg..104V4 M X & T 4s 100% do coupon lor.lj do 2nds 86 Am Tob 4s cer .. 74V4 N Kit Mcx con 45.. k:Vi do 6s cer ....117-)i NYC gen Stfa.. 8(% Atch gen 4s 105 N J U gen 05....135',i do a.lj 4s SI7VI Nor I'ac 4s 10S At Co Line 4s. .10114 do 3s 76% B &. Ohio 45.... 104% N & W con 45.... 10314 do 3!is 0914 O S L rfdg 45.. 91% Cen of Oil Ss ....115 Venn cony 5"45....105 Vi do Ist lno n Reading gen 45..102<i do 2nd lnc 7115 8 L & I M con 65. .11914 Ch & Ohio 414s ..106<4 S L & 8 I* fg 45.. 81 Ch & Alt 31i5.... 82 8 L S W con 45.. 83 O B & Q new 45.. 89% Sea Air Line 45.. HUM O R'l & P 45.. 81ft Sou Pao 4s OiYt do col 5s 84 Hou Ry Gs -11914 CCC & SL gn 45. .10314 Tex & Pao 15t5....12.1 Chi Terra 4s 01 T 8 L fc W 45.... m% Col Mid 4s 77 Union Pao 4s 10014 Col & Sou 4s 93 do cony 4s 134% Cuba 5s cer ....10514 II S Bteel 2nd 55.. us D & n O 4s. ...10114 Wabash lsts 11814 Dlst Bee Ss .... 81 do Deb B ...... 72% Krle pr In 4s ..10114 Western Md 45.... HZ% do gen 4a 831 aVh & L 15 45.... 9214 V W & D C 15t. .110 Wis Ceil 4s 84 Hock Val 4145. ...11014 Bostan Stocks and Bond* By Associated Press. BOSTON, March 20.— The following ' were closing prices for stocks and bonds on the stcok exchange today: Atcli adj 4s .... »7% Adventure 6 do 4s 102% Allouez 22% Mcx Ccii 4s 76 Amalgamated 79? i Atchlson 90 Am Zlno 11 do preferred.... 1037 a Atlantic 16% B & Albany ....258 Blngham 31% B & Maine 184 Cal & Ileo ....663*070 Boston I. 155 ■ Centennial IS Fltohburg pfd ..138 Copper Range .... 77 Mcx Central .... 21'/j Daly West 15% NY NH & H ..204 Dominion Coal .. 8214 Union Tactile ..132H Franklin 10H Am Ara/ Chem ..24 Grancy 6 do preferred ... 91 Isle Royale 25 Am l'ncii Tube .. W, Mass Mining .11% Am Sugar H2IJ Michigan It do preferred.... 138 Mohawk 5111 Am Tel & Te1. .144 Mon C & C 9% Am Woolen ....12914 Old Dominion .... 2ii'i do preferred.... lo6% Osceohv 99 Horn I & S .... 2314 I'arrot .' 2814 Kdison X I ....232 Qulncy 100 Oen Electric 187 Shannon 7% Mass Blectrlo .. IS% Tamarack .'...132 do preferred.... 6314 Trinity 11V4 Mats Oaa 43>t U B Mtningr 2314 United Fruit ..111% U 8.011 914 Un Shoe Marti .. »sii irtah <n'i do preferred.... S4U Victoria 4% U ff Steel 3fi»i Wlnona 13% do preferred.... 9514 Wolverine 110 Weatgh* com .... 90 Financial Record By Associated Press. KEW YORK, March 20.-Clo«e: Money on call firm. 2®2<,i per cent; closing bid, 2H; offered, Z% per cent. , Time loans were steady, with sixty days at 3@3'4 per cent; ninety days and six months at 3Vi'iiSVi per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 3%@4H per cent. Sterling exchange was weak, dup ing steady, with actual business In bankers' bills al J4.8795ijD4.K8 for de mand and at $email@example.com tor CO-duy bills. Postea rates, $4.8504.87. Commercial bills, $4,firstname.lastname@example.org?,. Silver, bars, fiSo. Mexican dollars. 44f4c ' Uonds— Governments, steady; rall rouds, Irregular, Treasury Statement By Amcolattd Preaa, WASHINGTON. March' 20 Today's treasury statement: Available rash bulance, H41.329.1t03: Jiold. $66.324.888. ' , The ■ best amen to . a sermon U ' the on* that comes on Monday. ' LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, 'MARCH; at, 1905. CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET Decreata In the World's Shipments. Wheat, Corn and Oats Firm By Associated Press. CHICAGO, March 20.— Weakness In the wheat market developed Koon after the opening. Under the Influence of bullish weekly statistics the market In Renernl opened quite firm, July belnir up at 92%@93e. Mny was unchnnjred to %c lower at $1.1ni!?>1.15%. Owing to a decrease of 1,200,000 bush els In world's shipments for the week, compared with thogo of the corres ponding week a year ago, priced in foreign grain markets showed gains. The decrease In world's movement was the main reason for tho Initial flrm nesn here. Commission housed were generally nctlve buyers of the future delivery. The May option, however, was under considerable pressure, a number of prominent longs being reported active on the nelllng side of tho market. One reason given for the desire to unload May was an increase in receipts in the northwest, arrivals at Minneapolis and Duluth . being larger than either the corresponding day last week or a year ago. The total primary receipts today in the United States were nearly 100,000 bushels In excess of what they were a year ago. After selling at 93% c, shortly after the opening, the July option followed May In a downward course. The low est point for May was reached at tIU%. July sold off to 92ftc. During the last hour of the session the market derived some support from strength of cash grain, but the demand was not urgent. The market closed rather weak, with May off %c at J1.14%. July closed %@%c lower at 92%©92V4c. TThe corn market was firm from start to finish. May closed %c up at 40H@49Wc. ' Sentiment in the oata pit was in clined to bearishness. May closed un changed at 31% c. Provisions were firm on small re ceipts of live hogs. At the close May pork waa up 10?M2%c, lard and ribs being each up 2%@5c. Market Ranges The .leading futures ranged as fol lows: ;■'.?'■ -:'':■■' Wheat. , No. 2— May, $1.14%; July, 92%@92%c; September, 86% c. i Corn, No. 2— May, 49% c; July, 49% c; September, 49 Vie Oats, No. 2— May, 31% c; July, 31% c; September, 29% c. Cash quotations were as follows: Flour, easy. Spring wheat— No. 2, $1.10^1.13%; No. 3, *email@example.com; No. 2 (red), *1.15%@ 1.17y t . . Corn— No. 2, 48c; No. 2 (yellow), 48V4c. Oats— No. 2, 31%@33i4c; No. 2 (white), 33@33%c; No. 3 (white), 31% @32% c. Rye— No. 2, 72@72c. Barley— Good feeding, 38@40c; fair to choice malting, 43@47c. Flaxseed— No. 1, $1.26; No. 1 north western, $1.35%. Provisions — Mess pork, per bbl., $12.90 @12.95; lard,» per 100 pounds, $7.05® 7.07%; short ribs sides (loose) $6.87%® 7.00; short clear sides (boxed), $7.00@ 7.12V£. Whisky, basis of high wines. $1.23. Clover, contract grade, $13.35. Articles. Receipts. Shlpm'ts. Flour, bbls.l 29,200 21,600 Wheat, bu 36,000 22,200 Corn, bu 699,800 351,200 Oats, bu.. 374,100 122,400 Rye, bu 400 1,500 Barley, bu 66,300 30,200 Cereals of the World By Associated Press. NEW YORK, March 20.— Sugar: Raw firm. Fair refining, i%c; centrifugal .96 test, sc; molasses sugar, Hie Re fined steady; crushed, 6.75 c; powdered, 6.15 c; granulated, 6.05 c. . • ' Coffee - futures closed unchanged to 5 points higher. April, 6.25 c; May. 6.30(ff>6.40e; July, firstname.lastname@example.org; September, email@example.com; October, 6.75<56.80c; Decem ber, firstname.lastname@example.org; January, 7c. GENERAL FRUIT MARKET By Asaoelated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, March 20.— Fruits: I Fancy apples, • $2.00; com mon, 75c. Oranges — Navels, email@example.com; seed lings, firstname.lastname@example.org; Mexican lomes, $4.00 @4.50.' Lemons — Common California^ 76c; fancy, $2.50. Tropical fruits — Bananas, email@example.com; pineapples, $firstname.lastname@example.org. • Shipments of Fruit LOS ANGELES, March 20.— Carload shipments over the Southern Pacific: Oranges, 85; lemons, 16. Grand total, 6822. Dried Fruit Prices By Associated Fresa. NEW YORK. March 20.— The market for evaporated apples remains un changed, with holders still asking 5%0 for prime, although buyers are holding oft for better terms. Common are quoted at 6%c; prime, 6%@5V4c; choice, §®Wfc; fancy, 7c. Prunes continue quiet on spot In the local market, but const advices show an improvement In tone in the primary markets. Quotations here range from 2Vti: to s%i\ according to size. Apricots show.no new features, re maining firm, .with choice quoted at 10Vi@llc; ' extra choice, HV4C?I2V»c; fancy, 12@16c. Peaches also are firm at recent prices. Choice, 10®10t4i'; extra choice, 10V4«J'10%o; fancy, ll'/Wl2e. Itaislns appeared a little steadier in tone. Loose Muscatels are quoted ut 4%«t6V4c; London layers, $email@example.com; seeded raisins, 6t£@6Kc. Chicago Llv* Stock By Aaaoclateil Free*. CHICAGO, March 20.— Cattle: Re celpts, 23,000; strong to 100 higher. Good to inline steers, $6.10®6.25; poor to medium. $3.7504.85; stockers and feeders, $2.50&>4.60; cows, $2.85(3)4.60; heifers, $3.oo<<eG.oo; canners. $1.50<U>2.30; bulls, $_._s(<jli.Uo; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs — Iteceipts today, 30,000; ex pected tomorrow, 28,000; s@loo higher. Mixed and butchers, $email@example.com; good to choice heavy, $5.26®>5.45; ■ rough heavy, $5.10<Q>5.20; light, firstname.lastname@example.org; bulk of sales, 15.30^5.40. Sheep— Receipts, .. 22,000; sheep and lambs steady, timid to choice wetli t'rH. $4.t;0«i«.50; fair to choice r mixed, $1,751(5.40;- western ; sheep, ttt.OOfti'ti.oo; native >.'" lambs, *_.oO^7. W; ' wetttv.ni lamb*. $8.0007.60. BUTTER SCARCITY IS NOT RELIEVED ENORMOUS RECEIPTS QUICKLY GO INTO USE Eggs Lowered Another Cent— Fancy Potatoes Are Firm— Vegetables Active— Btrawberrlet Are Scarce— Few Fish With the enormous ftmount of 10(1, 080 pound* of butter thrown on this market, being the belated receipts of Krldny, Saturday and Sunday last, the market yesterday was as active as on nny day of the present season's period. In fart, nt the close of bUßlncos last nlfiht the stocks were small and some dealers reported holdings • entirely cleaned up. All Sunday every large firm whs packing and filling back or ders from Arizona, Nevada and the southern sections, as the people were clamoring for supplies because ' com munication had been cut off by rains and washouts. Price Is still 60 cents for all kinds of butter. T^e steamer Cooh Buy came In yesterday and a large shipment of coast creamery came In. It Is recognized that feed Is of the best and plentiful and that butter mak ing is at Its height, but talk of lower prices locally vanishes at once, when the fact is considered that not a pound of surplus butter Is now carried In this market. Evidently the Increased consumption Is able to take all the output that Is above the normal. EASTERN BUTTER DOWN— Prom New York reports are to the effect that the butter market hnd to go oft In order to 'start the trade. The price was altogether too high and dealers say that they are now feeling the effects of the extremely high quotations that have been rullnK for several weeks past. It seems that the consumptive trndo is trying to ; quit eating, butter and In consequence the accumulations of fresh creamery have been Increasing for the past ten days. In Chicago it seems the break In butter has come. The quotation com mittee of the butter and egg board de cided that Monday's price of 30 cents tor extras was too high and made Tuesday's market 28 cents. Wednesday 'the market was shaved 2 cents and Thursday the same thing was done, making the market 24 cents. Corres ponding reductions have taken place all , along the line. The demand for extra* has . been slow, although re ceipts have' not been unreasonably large. " Storage extras ■ are about cleaned up. Some dealers maintain that the market will react and show a bet ter feeling next week. Just now there is no apparent reason why the price should suffer a further decline. *.-..■?.;;■ EGGS AGAIN CLlPPED— Yesterday tt,j egg quotation .committee on the produce exchange fixed the selling price of eggs at 20 cents, a fall of one cent since Saturday. Stocks are not very large, the receipts last week hav ing been only 2351 cases. - Demand is reported good. Yesterday receipts were larger and this guided the committee. Predictions are made that a 19-cent market will prevail within the next few days. This was the opinion at the close of business last night. North ern eggs .are reported between 17 and IS cents t. o. b. and this means eggs at a high price In Los Angeles. Opinion also Is freely expressed that the price for all eggs, whether eastern or to be stored, has reached the lowest point. EGGS IN CHICAGO— Late reports from Chicago are to the effect that the egg market is held at 20% cents for prime firsts, and 22 cents for extras. Trading has been active at reduced price, owing to the unprecedented con sumptive demand which has sprung up since the price was lowered. Both local and shipping orders have been piling up and it is a question when the demand will be supplied so that a fur ther reduction will come. ' Eastern markets have been good cus tomers. A number of fine orders have been j filled .on hurry calls. Receipts seem to have shown they expected an Increase and from reports received here It Is expected that an avalanche of eggs will be on soon. Arrivals here the first four clays of this week were over dou ble the receipts for a .corresponding period last week. With balmy spring weather prevail ing throughout "The egg-U.ylng territory It is likely next week's receipts will show a corresponding improvement over this week's. A < great deal of talk is still being heard about the storage egg deal. Very few eggs have been contracted as yet, for most of those who are going into the' deal seem to believe the price should be reduced considerably before an egg Is put away. Some criticism has been heard here because a few April eggs have been bought at a higher price than is thought to be safe, but parties who have bought say they would be glad to see the price lower. Sentiment as to price for April storage packed eggs varies all the way from 1 12 to 15 cents. Those who calculate on low figure say it is necessary to get the price to that point before eggs are a safe investment and many dealers give it out that they will not carry over a case costing more than this figure. Those who predict the higher figure are expecting a large consump tive demand that will force the market up and keep it at 15 cents during stor ing season. ' If those dealers who have their heart set on lower prices play "hands off," It Is certain that fewer eggs will be put away unless prices go lower than they were last season. ONIONS AND POTATOES— So scarce are onions that the price has gone to 4 and 4V4 cents a pound. Receipts are small and further advances are looked for. Demand Is active and few car loads remain to come hither. Fancy potatoes remain very firm and are not plentiful. Receipts, while large, have gone Into market to fill back orders. Shipping account was never better! Growing potato crop 4 Is reported retarded and that cold ground and nights are not doing the planted tubers much good. VEGETABLES AND FnUITS— AII receipts were more plentiful yester day and the demand was active. Green peas are 3©>s cents a pound; string beans .scarcer. 15@16 cents; common tomatoes. 75©>90c; choice, $1.00 and fancy, $1.25®1.D0. No Mexican goods In market; celery from Coaehella, 40«> SO cents a dozen, and cabbage 40#50 cents a sack. Rhubarb la plentiful and tome Is damaged by shipment. Fancy fresh is $1.25 a box and standard DO cents. As paragus la limited at 8(110 centß a pound. Nine carloads of bananas are ex pected thla week and the market Is firm at 4 cents a pound. Oranges do better and $1.60 a box la the top for fancy. Tangerines are steady, H.25@>1.35 a box, and fancy grapefruit, 12.25. No strawberries came In yesterday and • some are expected today from Mcmetii and Glendale. Apples «re moving freely at un changed prices, litll.neurs, |1.36_»'1.35 In Mlef bn*i*n, ana fancy reds, $1,650 2.2R on quality. FISH AND CJAME— Halibut in nmflll nimntltlM wn« the only fish offered y#ajterday, Demand took nil the gup ply. No fish came from the north. No lobnters were In stock and no era ha. Not ft single rabbit or wild goose came to this market yeaterdar. Receipts of Product The produce exchange yeaterday re« ported receipts as follows on the dates named: March 1* an* 19 (•:«■«■« (lornl) rtw« , , Sir, K«K* (nmtorni, rftsea , N'nno Hmtfr, pmmn 1 * lfld.iwn Ch»«fi<>, pnunrtu jii.im Potato* flrlnh), unokp i,,14| Potntne* (nmriiM, sucks M Onions, sftrka ,,, Nonft Beans, nock) , 447 Local Produce Prices The following prices ruts In a jobbing *»y BUTTER— Produce isahtnf* quotttlnns: creamery, t7H©«oo; fancy dairy, K6cj eholc* dairy, 47U4ftoe; mlxftd ntore, 2099X1 K<I(IH -rinnrh, candled, 2«o flat; no cmlorn CIIREJBB (alt per Ib.) — Northern, 14«(ilno; Anchor (large), local, Iflas Young Amerlcn, 17a j hand-mad*, I«c; eMtern singles, 14Q lSc; eastern twins, 14«M5c; «natern died* dars, 14of caatsrn Billion, 14c; eastern lone horna, 140ttcl saatarn dalales, 140lGo; Swim rinmeatlo, IBe; Swiss Imparted, 190. HKANB <sll per 100 lb*.)— Pink No. 1, |S.2Biff B. 60; No, 9 %*.mH.ii; lima No. 1, «t.nMrr>.M; li.dy Washington* No. 1, *.1.2r,..a.»; small white No 1, *3.76; Uarvsmsaa, $6.00; lintel.. 17.e0^«.00. POTATOES (all p»r 109 lbs.)— Satlnai, fancy, $1.860f2: Ballnaa, choln*. It. Bowl. Ho; Highlands, fancy, 11.86; Highlands, chcilca, 11.2n1w1.2fi; Nevada nurhnnks, fancy, 11.400 »1.60 i Ooloradoa, |1.3501.1t. SWEET POTATOES — Keds, $1.60; whiten, $1.25; yellow, 12.00. ONIONS (all per 100 lbs.)— fellow Dan v«r», northern, $1365>>.50; Australian brown, $3.25<if3.r,0; Nevada, fancy, $3.5094.00. POULTRY (per dosen) — Old roosters, $4.00 C 4.50; old hens, $S.OO@A.OO; young roosters, $5.600>e.e0; broilers, IJ.SOCd 4. 0n; friers, $(.00 04.00; turkeys, allvo, per Ib., 23@240; ducks, •live, 16.f1nw6.00; geese, 51.004p1.D0. l.lvn welßht, IIWISc a pound. CEREAL OOODS— As follows: 10 lbs. 25 lbs. SO lbs. A-l flour 12.90 Pnstry Hour 2.7 C ... .... Banquet flour 2.50 Eastern graham 3.45 $9.40 $3.J6 Eastern whole wheat... 8.45 3.40 3.;i5 Graham flour 2.50 3.45 2.40 Corn meal, W. and V. .. 2.20 2.15 2.10 "VVholo wheat flour 2.60 2.55 2.60 Rye flour 2.75 2.70 2.65 Cracked wheat 1.40 8.36 8.3) Farina 8.40 3.35 3.30 Wheat flakes, per case of 36 2-lb. cartons 3.20 Wheat flakes, per sack of 50 lbs 1.15 Wheat flakos, per bbl. of 121 lbs. net.... 4.00 HAY (all per ton) — No. 1 grain, fancy, $17.00(j>18.00; choice, J15.OOjJ10.00; No. 3, $14.00; alfalfa, $12.00. FRUITB AND BERRlKS— Bananas, fancy Port I.linons 4@4Hc; strawberries, B@l4c; cranberries, $10.00 a barrel. CITRUS FRUITS— Lemons, choice, $I.Bo® S. OO box: fancy, $2. 25 ©2.50 box; orangex, navels, $email@example.com a box; extra fancy, $2.60. VEGETABLES— Beans, string. TAbiiSc lb.; beans, wax, 714W80 lb.; beets, 60@700 sack; cauliflower, Go@6oc dozen; celery, fancy. 50c dozen; chiles, evaporated, 13c lb.; egg plant, ?«nc Ib.: garlic. He lb; lettuce, 200 dozen. $1.16 sack; peas, 7«i'Bo lb.; spinach, 100 dozen; turnips, 860 sack. GRAIN AND FEED (all per 100 lbs. net) — Wheat, $1.75; wheat. 100-Ib. sacks, $1.80; corn, $1.45; cracked corn, $1.50; feed meal, $1.65; bran, heavy, $1.30; rolled barley, $1.40; oil cake meal, $2.00; cotton seed meal, $1.85; cocoanut cake, $1.66; shorts, $1.46; oats, wblte, $1.16; Kaffir corn, $1.46. 10 lbs. 25 lbs. 60 lbs. Ryo flour.: .$2.75 $2.70 $2.0r, Cracked wheat 3.40 3.35 8.30 Farina 3.40 3.35 3.30 Corn meal, W. and V. . . 2.40 2.36 2.30 Kast'n whole wheat flour 8.20 . 3.15 8.10 Eastern whole meal.... 3.20 8.15 8.10 Whole wheat flour 2.60 2.65 2.60 Wheat flakes, per case of 36 2-lb. cartons 3.20 Wheat flakes, per sack of 60 lbs 1.35 Wheat flakea, per bbl. of 125 lbs. net.... 4.30 LIVE STOCK— Hogs, per owt.. $firstname.lastname@example.org; cattle, per cwt.. $4.0004.50 for prime steers, $3. 60^)4. 50 for cows and heifers; calves, $4.00 @$6.00; sheep, per head, wethers, $4,269 4.60; ewes, $3.0064.00; lambs, $3.0003.40. GAME (per dozen) — Doves, J1.00W1.25; cottontails, $email@example.com; wild geese, ri.ooffl ' HONEY— Comb— Water white, 1-lb. frame, 16c; white amber, 14c; amber, lSUo; Inyo county. 12U& Extracted — CO-lb. cans, 1 @Be. ' NUTS— Walnuts. California soft, No. 1. 13 014 c: No. 2, 8@10c; bard. No. 1, 10@12c: pecans, polished. 14o; Jumbo, 15c; extra large. 14rj«Bc; medium. 12®13c; Brazil nuts, I4«8l5c; filberts, 14@15c. DATES— Persian Halowls, 60-lb. box, 6U 427 c; 8-lb. packages, 7o; Fard, 60 lbs., B Vic. APPLES — Quotations are as follows: Bellefleur $1.50 $1.40 Newton pippins 1.25 1.10 Wlnesaps 1.35 " 10 Lompoc 1.25 1.10 W. W. Pearmalns 1.35 1.10 Red Pearmalns..... 1.25. 1.00 Greenings 1.25 1.00 LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS Bank Stocks Bid. Asked. American National 11214 113 Broadway Bank and Trust C 0.... 140 US Central 170 Cltlzena' National IX7 Commercial National K> 104 Dollar Savings Bank 120 130 Equitable Saving* Dank 130 Farmers and Merchants' National 230 ■':...■■, German American 365 400 Home Savlnks Bank o( L. A Mi »3 Ix>s Angeles National lUO Ut Los Angeles Trunt Co 10214 Merchants' National SOO 304 Merchants' Trust Co 98 National Rank of Cat IBU 200 Security Savings Bank "35 ... Southern California Savlnes 2Mi Southweatern National 1(U Uo<4 State Bank and Trust ion West Side Bank 103 110 Union Bank of Savlnvs 330 Bonds Bid. Asked. Associated Oil 8714 8»% California Parlflo Hallway -lmi Corona City Water Co 100 Corona Vower & Water Co iij Home Telephone 8914 Edison Eloctrlo Co., con 97% 100 Imh Angeles & Rcdondo Ry. Co 102- Los Angeles Ist Con. Mtg* 100 102 Mission Trans. &F. Co 97 ' 100 Pacific Eloctrio Railway Co 108% ... Mt. Lowe ltatlway US Ontario Uom. Water Co 103 Paciflo Ltght & Power Co 100 103 Temescal Water Co US United Electric O. & P. Co 118 101 Pomona Con. Water Co as Riverside Light & Fuel Co 100 San Antonio Water Co 103 Manta Barbara Klai-trlu Railway 103 Seaside Water Co 94 100 Phoenix Light and Fuel Co 100 Pomona A Ontario L. & F. Co 100 •Vlsalla Wator Co ... Union Transportation Co 06 102 Udlson Electric, old Issue 101 103 Prices Include accrued Interest. Miscellaneous Stocks ■ -■■: .' Bid. Asked. Kdison Klectrlc, preferred 74.00 Kmergencii Hospital 40.00 Home Telephone 48.75 sii.su Hume Trust 49.00 r.l.wi L. A. Jockey Club 94.00 106.30, Tltln (1. & Trust, preferred 116.00 Title I. & Trust, preferred 109.00 Cal. Portland Cement Co 15.00 ..... Sun lirug Co W.oo Paciflo Wireless Tel. Co 5.00 Los Angiles Urewery 115. w Oil Stocks Hid. Ask-d. Associated Oil •.'*!, ,2si, Central «1 .6tt>,£ Kullerton Con 24 Fullerton till. Mi .31 4 Continental 241| .M (5lob« 07 .10 Home (Whliiler) .70 Mexican Petroleum M .25 (illmla 1.111111 Co ifi'i Reed Crude t.W, t.tliSi Union 80.00 85.00 United Petrulsum 124.00 1:7.00 Whittler Cun. Oil 01 . ul»i Puente oil Co ■■•" West Lake 01<4 Mining Stocks Hid. Aakod. Butts Lode li.oo 21.00 Uroen Con 27,00 30.00 Jesse Belle • .04. Nevada Chief '« Naw ICra 114 Blsbea West 0 • W. 4 M'.t Oolden Argus 6.U0 25.00 Verde King 11 Seurchllght M. tt M. Co. n llufa M. & M. Co 75 Peninsula M. & M. Co 01. .00 guartetU *-'O Los Angeles Bank Clearings Exchange* for ilia banks comprising th. Los Aagalai Cltarlng house were »« (ulluwa: t9o6< 19 W. ■ ivOS. March 20....11.«2U»7.10 11.8»,»79.63 |1,0ti|,245 .» Metal Market Uy Associated Vnt*- • NMW, YOUK. March ' JjO.—ThV Lon. don tin market wa_ un.tmngeU «t £135 Wills and Testaments Have you made a will? If so, is it satis- factory to you? Have changed conditions made it necessary to re-write It or "to make a codicil? A Consult Our Trust Department This Biunk now has Over 25,000 Depositors and, Over $6,000,000 Assets 4 Per Cent on Term Deposits Southern California Savings Bank Braly Bldg., S. E. Cor. Fourth and Spring CLEARING HOUSE BANKS NftME OFFICERB National Bank of California joiin m. c. marble), Pres. m m /v.. ■_* _.__'». J-B. FIBHBUITN, Cashier. N. E. Cor. Socond and Bprlng. capllsl, H0O.O0O; Burplua and Fronts. 1118. 000 Ctate Bank and Trust Company h. J. woollacott, Prsa. N. W. Cor. Bteond and Sprint. C-plUl, $500.000 ; A 'surplu's an_ 'prolUl. IW.OO* Gltlzens' National Bank . R- J- WATEfIB, Pres. M _ _ , -I ■".. - A. J. WATERS, Cashier. "• g-'Cor. Third and Spring. Capital, >2_0.000; Surplus and Proflta. 1 115. D0* R roadway Bank & Trust Company , warren oTOTelen, Pres. i^ «08-810 8. Broadway. Bradbury Bid.. Ct , pitt]i yju^^BmplJi «»,0O« Central Bank wiluam mkad. Pres. N. K. Cor. Fourth and Broadway. c . p)U |, ! D^_vX.' and^Proflts. Hit* Southwestern National Bank John 8. cravens, Prea. ,__,__. _ A. B. JONKB, Cashier.- . N. W. Cor. Second and Broadway. Capital, »30O,000; Surplus and Proflts. (35.000 Commercial National Bank w. a. bonyngb, Prea. „, C. N. FLINT. Cashier. «23 South Spring. Capital, MOO, OOP; Surplus and Proflts. rf.ooo Farmers A Merchants National Bank I. w. hellman. Pres. •; _ „ . , _ , , CHAS. SEYLER, Cashier. Cor. Main and Commercial. Capital. 11,6.(0.000; Burplus and Profits. ti.IM.OM First National Bank • '■ M. elijott. Pret. ' _ "' J ■ _ _ . W. T. a HAMMOND, Cashier. '( . S. B. Cor. Second and Spring. Capital. 1.00.000: Surplus and Proflta. 1809.0 M Merchants' National Bank;. h w. hellman. pr.s. ; .._■_--_ . .... W. H. HOLLIDAY, Cashier. N. E. Cor. Second and Main. Capital. fMO.OOO; Surplue and Proflts. |200,«0- Los Angeles National Bank w. c. Patterson, pres. ,„___,,.._, O. B. BITTINQKR. Cashier. N..E. Cor. First and Spring. Capital. >500.000; Surplus and Proflts. WIS.OO- ;• American National Bank w. £ BOTMguvFrjju. . ;.._..- ;.^ rl S. W. Cor. Second and Broadway. Capital, $1,000,000; Surplus and Proflts. J75.900 A Strong Bank Account i^^Twra/Lw^/\-S- Adds a zest and Independence to life not obtainable In any other way. // r^J>**Cfe*V» Open a Savings Account with the Home Savings Bank, and deposit. I /_/ J^ytT^- 1 -ll regularly your surplus cash, and you will be surprised at the rapidity,' ll"l~_s__>*As!_rJ Jl wlth which It will grow. . . ■ , i- V *">?? > ln\^7 I * '"'' cent ' ntereßt < compounded every .six months, . paid . on Term HOME SAVINGS BANK -fejfcfetf — HOLLAR SAVINGS BANK a TRUST CO. Sag •blMT 1 '; •* Accounts opened with $1 or more. 4 per cent on Term Deposits.- Money loaned on approved real estate. Directors: James C. Kays, Pres.! "Win. D. Stephens and C. C. X>*s- mond. Vice. Pres.: Wm. Mead. Robert N. Bullu, W. C. ■ Patterson. Oscar C. Mueller: Kel- son O. T-nner. Secretary. Open Saturday night from <:K> to S.,- • ■ f l:J»4~..l IJAr,!, 124 South (Chamber at Commerce ' Bldg.) Interest ■ pattt • VUIIOUIIUaiCU Uaili\ Broadway so n c lte<_. W. H. Carlson <«i-Special Commr. of Railroads of Cuba), President: J. O. Estudlllo (ex-State Treasurer of California), lat Vlce- Presldent; F. H. Dlxon (ex-State Harbor Commr. of California), Id Vlce-Presldent; Wll. Ham Gravea (capitaltat. South Orange. New Jersey). Director; C. a. Albro. Cashier. at. P. SNYDEK. President. ARTHUR LETTS.' *'••.■ President P. H. NICHOLS. Cashier. • < CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS BANK ■ ■ Cor. Fif tb and Broadway Pays Interest on Deposits. Open Saturday Evenlnirs, « to .:SO. (( — A Golden Opportunity—^ is now within your reach. The Goldfleld-Gladiator Mining company offers . a limited number of shares at B cents each (par value $1.00).', Get your; ' portion of the riches of this "Greater Cripple Creek." Buy today. . . To-i morrow may be too late. For further Information call on or address Southwestern Securities Co. "llffina 11 " 1 " 1 " Fourth and Spring v J TORRANCE & DICKINSON 'fJ^Tfe" LOCAL BONDS AND STOCKS— 3 to 8 per cent High-Grado Investments. ■ ■:. \ _^~l T» "i> « _-_ 4-^.l Je?_ /^^-v New Xorlt S'ool'a, Bonds. Or» In. Geo. R. Bentel & Co.,^^^-^^^ Buildlns. Members Stock Exchange. Home phone Ex. 20; Sunset Main U». 10s for spot and at £134 5a for futures. The local market was quiet at J29.50_) 29.75. Copper was firm In London, closing at £68 7s 6d for spot and at £68 15s for futures. Locally, the market was quiet, but firm. Lake, $firstname.lastname@example.org; electrolytic, *email@example.comV&; casting, *firstname.lastname@example.org. Lead was also higher abroad, at £12 8s 6d. Locally, the market was steady | and higher on the Inside price named' by the producers. The quotation now Stands at $4.5004.60. ! Spelter was lower In London, closing at £23 7s 6d. The local market remained quiet, with the outside prices a little lower | and the general range from $6.15 to $6.25. Iron closed at 54a In Glasgow and 46s 3d in Mlddlesboro. Locally, the mar ket was unchanged. San Francisco Mining Stocks Hy Associated Preas. BAN riIANCIBCO, March 20.— The ofdolal , cloetiig quotation* (or mining ■took* to«luy | wera as follows: AUa » Julia » Alpha Con » Juntloe 7 Vn.les "W Mexluan 150 ).|..|,.|ihi' U ikwMental Con 90 Heat & Belcher .... M Ojihlr Mi million 25 overman W Caledonia 40 l'otosl }S ChalWMige Con .... 1J Savage • M i-lmlliir v Scorpion, ....19 t'onllilenca 63 Hag Helcher ... « Con t-'ala & V 5.. ...185 Sierra Nevada S6 Crown Point • Silver Hill. 65 Kxrlirquer *■• Union Con M (iould & ilurrle.... lr. Utah Con (I Hale ftNorcra » .. »• Yellow Jacket ...... 11 Northern Oil By Associated press. SAN FRANCISCO, March 80.— Morn- Ing session of the Oil exchange. Saleß: GOO shares of Associated. 28c; 500 shares of AssooluteU, 270; 2000 shares of Shaw mut, 70c; 800 shares of Four oil, Me. The Stock Exchange All offerings of Associated Oil coin puny stock were taken on the Los Angeles stock exchange yesterday. Th« sales Included 4vOQ shares at SSBV4 cents each . ana 1300 shares at 27% cents each. Pacific Coast Trad* By Associated rrau. SAN FRANCISCO, March 10.— Beans: Pink, $3.00^3.50; llina.tMOtf 6.75; small white, J3.2tKy3.00; large white; i 3.8003.85. \.,.sfmmmummmßmm l'ututoea-jfculy Rose, U.t.0<0_.60; 11 For Good Investments CLOSE IN, SEE Bowen & Chambcrlin 440 Douglai Bldg. COACHELLA Riverside County. C_Uf»raU Rector Bros. Realty Company Sola agents for Coaehella Town Lots. _.oa Annul" office S3J IL W. Hellm_n Build- Inn. Call or write for our booklets. Palo Verde Tract LOTS UNIV 1200, Closa In aa Ninth and llgueroa atr«cta. James R. Riggins & Co. Corner Spring and Court. ' . ■'■■ Phone 4055. Over Home Savings B.nk Oregon lliirhaiikn, $1.00®1.35; : river Rurbatika. 75cti>$1.00; : Merced sweets." 75#90c; new potatoes, 3ijjSV§o. : • Onlonu — Fancy, $3.25; common, $3.00, Various — Oreen . peas, -S^ic; string beans, lC#2oc; green peppers. 7©l2Hc; tomatoes, SJl.riOfti'2.oo; asparagus, 3@6c; rhubarb, 40#80c; garlic, 30©40 c; -Mexl*. can tomatoes, $1.50'<i2.00. Flour— Family extras, • $email@example.com; bakers' extras, $4.75(u5.(H). Wheat— Shlpulng, $1.60^1.65;. mllllngi $1.55@1.«7%. Barley— Feed, $1.22V,®125; brewing, $1.i!6U4i'1.30: chevalier, $i.28W1.50. Oats—Red. $1.404|)1.85; white, U.*'i\iil 1.60; black. $1.55®165.. . , MlllstuffH — Middlings,' $firstname.lastname@example.org; mixed feed, $24.00&>2fi.00; rolled barley, $25.00©26.50. !■-'•., ■ , s Hay— Wheat, $email@example.com; wheat and oat, $10.00^18.00: oat (wild),- $«.0O®«.60; oat (tame), $8.00^11.60; barley. $9,004* 10.00; alfalfa, $8.O0#10.50; clover, $T.OOSH S.uj; straw, 25©50 c. Iteceipts— Flour, 12,712; wheat, 19437s barley, 63,300; . oats, ., 3500; b«aua, 697; corn, 1200; potatoes, 275;, onions, . 4; bran, 800; middlings/ 200; hay, lAM; straw, 384:: hides, 24wn wine, 36.501>- Everything you warn you will find Iq the classified page, a modern .acyclo. pedla. On* -cent a word.