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PRICE RECOVERY
IN SECURITIES
ACTIVITY FOLLOWS SEASON OF
DULLNESS
Supposed Deal Between Great North,
em and United states Steel
Corporation Strengthen*
. Values
GAINS IX YAl.l'K
Stocks R-pn orally were lower
than Thursday's close at the open
ing yesterday. Deals llßht. Gieat
Northern preferred Improved 6
point*. Northern Faclllc B.*. Amer
ican Ice 114, St. I'aul 1%. and
Reading. Delaware & Hudson and
United States Steel preferred 1.
International Pump gave way 4.
New York, Chicago & St. Louis 3
and Minneapolis & St. Louis IV4.
Later under buying orders Great
Northern preferred made an ex
treme rise of 84, Northern Pa
cific 5, Anaconda 3 to. Tennessee
Coal 2^4, St. Paul 2ft. Reading;,
Missouri Paclllc and Brooklyn
Transit 1%, Pennsylvania, Amal
gamated Copper and Smutting IVi.
and Southern Pacific. Atchlson,
New York. Central nnd National
Lead and a few others 1.
Bt. Paul's gain reached 3, Lrnion
Pacific 2 ft, Delaware & Hudson
4ft, Consolidated Gas 2%, V. 8.
Steel preferred 2, Big Four. Chi
cago & Northwestern, Amalga
mated Copper. interboroußh Met
ropolitan preferred uiitl Brooklyn
Transit 1&;
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK. July 6— Very early in to
day's trading on the stock exchange the
same scarcity of stocks offering for sale
developed as yesterday. This renewed the
impression that the liquidation was over
;for the present. This conclusion was as
'cepted with extreme caution *y the pro
fessional element owing to the miscalcu
lation of the same symptoms yesterday
when the market sold oft weakly at the
last hour after a day of striking firm
ness and freedom from selling pressure.
The excessive dullness which developed
today on the midday rise was the reflec
tion of the suspicious attitude. The mar
ket was almost at a standstill for long
intervals and prices drifted aimlessly im
tll the entrance of new buying orders
into tho market caused the successive
upward movements. -
The discussion about the stock ex
change hinged largely on the technical
condition of the market and took llttlo
account of the general situation of af
fairs. News of the general condition has
been, in fact, almost undevlatlngly favor
able throughout the period of declines.
Conjectures as to the strength of the
(short interest in the market of stocks by
Investment firms which are not ordinarily
conspicuous in speculative dealings on the
exchange. On the face of It the borrow
ing of stocks for delivery suppressed a
short sale of a simjlnr amount. The .'m
portance of the Instance was Its reflection
of the susplcioirs and unsettled state of
professional speculative sentiment.
The opening market still showed the
effect of the disappointment over the mis
carriage of yesterday's attempt to carry
prices higher. The opening weakness was
aggravated by selling for London ac
count. Considerable disquietude was
caused In that center by the ministerial
remarks in parliament of the hazard of
an outbreak of a religious war In Egypt
with tne consequences to be looked for of
expensive outlay for the conducting of a
campaign. London's discount mnrket was
not affected and continued to work lower
-with favoring 1 effect upon New York's
prospect for securing gold at that center
. next week. But money conditions here
1 were also rather easier, money rate for
call money falling during the day. For
time loans the freer offerings were con
fined to the shorter periods, while for six
months loans and longer, carrying over
the end of the year, money was reported
to b<? still scarce and hard to get even at
the 5% per <-ent bid. Foreign exchange
held abated from that of last week.
On sub-treasury operations the banks
have gained during the week 1G03.000.
In connection with the recovery in prices
the reports were revived of a supposed
deal for the Great Northern's ore lands
by Jhe United States Steel corporation and
of a rumored intention to Increase the
Amalgamated Copper dividend. It was
not until late In the day that the rising
tendency proved convincing to the sken.
tlcal traders. Their belated buying: then
made the closing strong.
■ Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par
value. $1,950,000.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
New York Stocks,
By A ssr elated Fress.
NEW YORK, July G.— The following
w»ie ufficial quotations on tho siucU
cxcnanjfe today:
, , i. High.. Low. Close.
Adams Ex 240
83,300 Amal Copper. 9'J% 97 »i 9914
1,000 Am C & Fdy.. 36 Va 3f. ' 36
800 do pfd 99 ÜB% 98 V,
400 Am Cot Oil.. 29% 29% 29™
: do pfd , .... 90
,• Am Ex 220
....... Am H & Lpd 28
9,900 Am Ice 5g 55 -,7^
Am Lin Oil 19
do pfd 40
5,700 Am Locomo.. 67% 85 % 67 V»
do pfd :i3 "
22,800 Am Smel & R.Ufi 142 : !4 145>4
1,300 do pfd lif,^ Ho 114' A
2.20>i Am Sugr Ret..l3o«i 128% 130' A
, Am Tob pc, 97
31,100 Ana M C ex d.235U 230 " ' "37,V
10,500 Atchiaon 88 StJ»g 87 7 l
400 do pfd 9954 99 Ji d9l
500 Atlantic C L..13.', 135 134
6,400 B & O Utf&i nsK lllhi
v do pftl 991?
30,200 Brook R T... TSU 72 74^
1,200 Can Pac I.SH i^S 3 ; 1T.9
100 Cent of N i..222% 22^4 •"->V 2
300 Chea & Ohio.. 51,14 55% 5 8 L^
600 Chi G W 16% 16«* 16-ii
500 Chi & N AV...I9N>A 195' 196
29.200 C M & St P...173>,t lGt!»i nk
100 Chi Term &T. 13 " 13 l"
:. do pfd oo
200 CCC &St L... 92% !»" floai
22,000 Col F & 1.... 49>i 47% 491?
700 Col & South.. 33 Zi, 33 >/! 33^
1 do Ist pfd 67 Vh
300 do 2d pfd.. 47 »4 47Vi 47??
3,600 Consol Ga5. ..140?* 13Si, 4 140V4
300 Corn Pro 19^ mv; 1914
do pfd 771.'
800 Del & Hud... 213 2OOH 212' i
Del L & W non
600 Den & H0,.,, 40% 3'JTg 40%
: do pfd S4 '
1,000 Distill Sec... D7H sfi 57 u
15,200 Erie 41 40\i 4!
100 do Ist pfd.. 7714 7714 7714
do 2d pfd G7V*
:- 700 Gen Elect. . ..163V4 1«3 162! i
Hock Valley l'»s
.100 111 Central. ..176 174 «* 176',i
300 Inter Paper... 18V4 18 17* 4
do pfd B'V4
1,200 Inter Pump... 40 40 *••
1,200 do pfd R>i>i g'>si v~ w
100 lowa 'cent...! j^ \^\ \\fc
do pfd 4K
I.OOJ X C South..,. 237; U3^i as*
, 200 dc pfd no 50 Eo
1,200 1, & N H6U 141 14"%
700 Mcx Cent ji) iJ ->o l' n T
400 Minn & St 1... «f. « 4 b<
MStP&BItStM. ... -iVi
: dO pfd 1701/.
4,600 Mo Pac 91 ' gi^ 9V A
800 MX & T... 32Ti 3"^ ".tv
200 do pfd... 6«4 «6% «7 %
5,400 Nat Lead 74V! 72Vi 74%
100 NRRof M pd. 37V4 37W 37?
13.800 N V Cent... 13 2 128TI 130^
8,700 N,YOnt&W. 48 47% 48' i
400 Norfolk &W.. ,714 87 87*
<• do pfd v
100 North Am t»3 93" 9344
100 Pac Mall 31 31 Sj* 1
61,000 Pennsylvania 126V4 126V4 12 in
200 People 1 * Oa«.. 90 to 89 yl
P CC & 8t U 78 *
8,400 Press B Car... 45 % 43H 45«
200 do pfd iV 951? JSS
100 Pullman P C. 218 219 219
SI.IOD Reading 1239, 119 mv
do Ist t>M »*
do 2d pfd ;■•• »S
100 Repub Steel. .. 27 27 27
40.) do pfd 9RH »S 95 V,
1,600 Rock I Co .'. 23**
600 do pfd «m HM4 «1^
BtL & HP 2 pd 41
I St L S W 2014
200 do pfd 49 W 4914 49 <*
12,900 South Pnc 6«'/» 65 66
100 do pfd 116H,116'4 11K
3.400 South Ity 34y« 83% 34»4
do pfd SSVi
8(10 Ten.i C * I 144% 142% 144
1,200 Tex A Vac 31% 30% 31%
600 Tol 8t I. A XV. 26 25 tt 2fl
40 J do pfd 47 4 46% 46
73.900 Union Pac....144M, 14I»* 144
do pfd »»H
....... IT a Ex US
800 tT 8 Henlty... 81'4j 80*fc 80U
800 U S Rubber... 45H ** **Vt
lflj do pfd 107W 107*4 107tJ,
65.4r.(> U S Steel 35 34 34%
2,«01 do pfd 101% 95% 101 ft
100 Vn Cur Chem.. 34 34 34
do pfd 106
Wabash 19
400 do prd 49 V, 44 4 t'i
Wells V Ex 2SI
100 West Hlect...lso>/4 IBOV* 1BO«4
West Union 03
Wheel & Li E 17H
Wls Cent 63 H
100 do pfd 44% 44% 44
14,400 Nor Pnc 200% 195H 210H
200 Cent Lta 85 35 35^,
100 do pfn 101 101 100
400 Sloes Sheff... 71% 70' i 71U
9,900 Ot Nor pfd 290 281^ 289H
1,400 Inter Mot 37V4 36 37 Vi
1,200 <!o pfd 74^a 72^ 74 U
Total s.ilis for tho day 708.300
shares.
Financial Rscord
Hy Associated Pfe*»,
NEW YORK, July 6.— Monej» on call
easier, 2 l 4 it(4 per cent; ruling rate, 3 per
cent; la«t loan. -\v per cent; closing bid. 2
per cent; offered at 3 per cent. Time
loans steady; 60 days. 4J4 per cent; SH)
days. 4% pcl 1 cent; six months. 5 per rent.
Prime mercantile paper, S<BM4 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business in bankers bills at $4.MtS4<'4.M7O
for demand, and at »4.!>:Oj(i/4.sau for 00
day bills.
Posted rates. $4.SI'H'f'"4.S.JV4.
Commercial bills, $4.51%.
Har silver. tJ(^«i'.
Mexican dollars. 50c.
Government bonds heavy; railroad bonds
dull.
uew York Bond*
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 6.— The following
in*'
U S rfg 2s reg..lO3'i do Us 2d ser.. 9vi*
do 2s coupon.. H«U do 4Vis ccr — 94' 8
U S 3s reg 102 do 4Ws c -d s WlVg
do 3j coupon .-.102% Lou & N im 4h.101
U S old 4a reg.Mo2% Man c-on gld 4s.WH,i
do old 4» cuur.UUft il«'X Cent is ... 77
U S new 4s reg..lzu*i do Ist lnc — ISV4
do new 4s cou.l.tf^ Minn & St L 4s WAW A
Am Tob 4s 7r) 8 MX & T 45. ...100
do 6s 1 1 1 • 4 do 2ds S8?»
Atch gen 4s 1021-, N R nf M c 4s. M«4
do adj 4s 94 NY Cen g 3VjS !'«>,•:
At lan CL 4s 100 N J Cell gn 85.127
Bait & O 4s 103« North Pat; 45... 104
do 3^s 94',« <lo 3s TiiVi
Brook R T cv 4s !«'.i Nor & W c 4s. lW
Cent of Oa os lll^ lire S I. rfg 4s 05
do Ist mc 97 Perm cv 3%5... Btl
do 2d mc 90 Read gen 4s ..10(1
do 3d mc 8S StL&IM c 15..114H
Ch?s & O 4'45....107»i StL&SK fg 45.. 83%
Chi &■ Alt 3><.s 77^ St L SW c 4s 77
C B & Q 11 w 4a.. 1)7% S«.ibd A L 45.. S"
C 111 * P is 76 South Pac 45... 92
do col 5s !W's do Ist 4s cer. 95%
CCC & StL g 4s..liV2 s i South Ry 5s 116
Colo Ind 5s s A. 77< 2 Tex & P lsts..H9
do series B 77% T St L & W 4s SlVj
Colo Mid 4s 75 Tnion Pac 4s ..103H
Colo & South 4s. 91 U S Steel ild 5s X\b
Cuba ns ion Wabash Ists ..111
Den &RC! 4s M\* do deh B SOM
nis Seeur 5s st! West Md 4s Ss»i
Erie pr lien 4s... inn Wheel & LE 4s f9
do sscn 4s f9'<, Wls Cent 45.... F!»',4
Hork Val 4Vis ..io.i'» Japan 4s cer. ... 82H
Japan tis 99Vi
Boston Stocks and Bonds
**y Associated Presß.
BOSTON, July 6.— The following were
ihe ulnuiai rluMtig quuLdliund louay tor
Klucks and bonds:
Atch adj 4s 91 Westing com .. 7«
do 4s 101 Adventure 6
Mcx Cent 4s 74 Allouez 3H
Atchlson S7?j Amalgam ...... 'J99s
do pfd 9MVs Amer zinc 9
Bos & Albany 244 Atlantic 13
Bos & Maine 170 Bingham 29
Bos Elevated 153 Cal & Hechi.liSOftt&i
intchburg pfd ...137 Centennial 30>i
Mcx Ctntral 2UVs Copper Range.. Ilii
NY XII & H....19.' Daly West 15
Pere Mar 53 Franklin 17U
I'nlon Pacific U:i~i Grancy 10H
Am Arge Chem. 21 Isle Royale 17
do pfd :).' Mass Mining... 7
Am Pneu Tube .. 17 M^lchlgan 111H
Am Sifgar 130 M Mohawk 60^
do pfd 131 Mon C& C i%
Am Tel & Tel ...132',4 Old Dominion.. RS
Am Woolen 31^, Osceola K'l
do jifd 103 Parrot 25
Dom I& S 2tl s i Qulncy SS
Edison Elec 111.240 Shannon S%
Mass Elec IS Tamarack 93
Mass Gas oS'i Trinity S
"nlted Fruit W7Vi I'nlted Copper, fio'i
Unit Shoe Mach. 7S U S Mining 55U
do pfd 30 V S Oil 934
Green Con 22 rtah 55%
North Butte S2^ Victoria 7
U S Steel 34«4 Winona 4
do pfd 101% Wolverine 13S

The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July C— There was a fur
ther sharp decline In the London tin
market, with spot quoted at 172 pounds
12s and futures at ItJS pounds 17s tid.
Locally the market was weak and lower
in sympathy, with sput quoted at 137.50
(g 37.75.
Copper was 2s fid higher In the London
market, with spot quoted at SI pounds 10s,
and futures at S» pounds 10s. Locally no
change was reported. Lake, $IS.SOCa 19.00;
electrolytic. $18.255./ 18.1i2',4; casting, $18.00®
18.12^>.
Lead was unchanged in both markets,
closing at 36 pounds 17s Cd In London
and $5.95(f?fi.00 in the local market
Iron was unchaneeU in the English
market, wiih standard foundry quoted at
49s IM, and Cleveland warrants at 50s
Hsd. Locally the market was unrhanged
with No. 1 foundry northern tiuoted at
J15.25fi18.75; No. 2 northern foundry, $17.75
(ftlS.2s; No. 1 foundry southern. 517.50S
18.00; No. 2 foundry southern, $17.00$; 17.5U
San Francisco Bonds
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6.— The offi
cial closing quotations for mining stocks
today were as follows:
Alpha Con 9 Mexican b9
Andes 7 Occidental Con 75
Belcher 14 Ophlr aoj
Best & Belcher.. 70 Overman 3
Caledonia 35 J J otosl ........
Chollar II Savage .. ' ""'"' 75
Confidence 50 Scorpion .. . "" 7
Con Cala & Va.. Mi Sag Belcher"" " 4
Crown Point .... ID Sierra Nevada ->3
Exchequer 40 Silver Hill ' tfi
Gould & Currle.. 10 Union Con "" r >9
Hale & Norcross SO Utah Con 1?
Justice 5 Yellow Jacket"!!" '6

Treasury Statement
fir .VnnHatad cress.
WASHINGTON, July 6-Today's treas
n^i- B^'n men f : . Available cash balance
J17M56.520: gold coin and bullion. $3.' 690
&S0; gold certificates, $43,771,030 ♦•>-<"».
Chicago Live Stock
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO. July 6-Cattle— Receipts
Hogs-Receipts, 21.000; tomorraw. 12,000
market 5c lower. Mixed and birtchers $c 35
t)6.8O; good heavy, $ti.G5f«6.77H; rouuli
heavy. »[email protected]; light. $«.36ftG82%- I ,||.
$5.55r a 6.40; bulk of sales. $0.65<&i>75
Sheep— Receipts. 10.000; market strone
sheep, $4.b0(&ti.16; lambs, K.50Q7.K. "' ronK<
Cotton and Wool
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 6-Cotton-Spot
cloned steady. Middling uplands, $1080'
middling gulf, $11.05. Sales, 3575 bales'
Cotton futures closed firm and uteady at
an advance of 1 to 5 points.
BT. LOUIS, July 6.-WOOI steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 24&
■He; light fine. UQggg) heavy fine, 15@17™
tub washed, 32@4Jc. '
« ■ *
nomelrs* vhildivu rocvived and placed
In Uomeu for adoption. Apply Rev. o
V, Mice. Superintendent Children*
Mom* society, 114 limdbury building,
Lo» ADC«l*a>
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7. 1906.
DEMAND ACTIVE
FOR FINE FRUITS
FRIDAY LIVELY IN THE LOCAL
MARKET
Local Ranch Eggs Pushed Back to
23 Cents a Dozen — Advance
In Cheese — Produce Re.
ceipts Light
Friday trade In tho local produce market
wh» quite eall»factory to the Jobucrs.
Activity was noticeable MpßClalij' in the
lino of fruits. Watermelons sold ill K?ilVic.
a pound; cantaloupca, $1.26 to $l.» 0; fins,
[email protected]«; piiichfs, t1.0001.114i plums, lOfS'
11.211 tragedies, »c©sl.uui apricots, Voc«j
$1.00. All products were ircsli and of tho
nno.it quality.
Kirtter whs atoudy at nuoted prices,
with demand active for fancy creamery.
At tin- dully rail session of the produce
exchange n prolonged conference, of the
egg quotation committee resulted In 1111
advance of locnl ranch to tic from 21c;
northern remaining at 17c. The committed
had good reasons for restoring the Job
bing pike to ZSc, it being held that local
ranch at less than i3c would surely entail
a loss in the dealers.
Lonshnrn cheese wna ndvHiiced from 15%
(SlHc to liiWlHVic; new dnlsles from loVic
to lfic; local Uurhank polatops, new, aro
now quoted at $1.5(Vii1.76. Only Silverskln
onions at $1.80 are In the mnrket.
Strawberries wore scarce, Jobbing at 4c.
Small nsh was In light supply. Large
Plentiful.
Produce Receipts
Eftgrs. cases L'7o
Hutter. pounds 2fi.!>3.">
Cheese, pounds 7.S:'O
Pntalnr3. sacks 638
Sweets, sucks none
Beans, sacks none
Onions, sarks 1
Produce Prices
The follnwinsr lire the Jobbing prices
In the lociil market :
ECS(.»S — Fresh California ranch, 23c;
northern, 17c.
BUTTER — Fancy locnl creamery,
Ti7^c; viilley creamery, 55Caf>7%c;
coast crenmery, 50c; choice, 40(£T47%c;
cooking. 18c.
HONlCi— Water white, 60-ln. cans, 6@
6'jiC lb.; light nrahcr, 6i?f?>V4c; amber. sc.
Honeycomb, water white, 1-lb. frame,
12^fll5c; white. HHfl^Vjc; beeswax, 27c.
CHEESE— Northern, 13<?fl3^c; Anchor.
large, 16c; Young America, 17c; Hand,
ISc; local, 16c; eastern, singles. lo^fJlSc;
Twins, 15c; Lnnshorn, ldfilH^c; Daisy,
18e; Swiss, imported. 2Sc; Swiss, domes
tic. 20c; Limburp. niftlflr.
CHlM— Kvaporated, 20c; sun dried. 20c;
ground, l'uc; Mexican, black, ISc.
POTAT-'KS (per 100-lbs.) - Burbank,
lecal, new, $1.50(a1.75.
BRANS (all per 100 lhs.)-Pink No. 1,
$2.41; No. 2, $1.90; Lima, No. 1. $5.00;
Lady Washington. No. 1. $3.10® 3.25;
Wackeyes. Jii.oo; Oarvanras, $4.50®5.00;
German lintels. $7.50(f!i.00.
ONIONS (per 100 Ibs.)-Sllverskins, $1.50;
garlic. 7(B8c.
APPLES— Colorado Wlnesaps. $4.00;
Ganos, $3.00; Yellow Newton Pippins, 4
tler. J2.r.0; 414-tier. $2.25.
POULTRY— Jobbers sell dressed poultry
to the trade as follows (per pound):
Hens, 16c; young roosters, 20c; fryers.
20c; old roosters, lie; broilers, $2.r>Oigo.OO
a dozen; turkeys, per lb., 20@27c; old, 24c;
geese, 15c; ducks, 15c.
For stocks in good condition dealers
pay live weight as follows: Hens. 15c;
yming roosters, 14c; fryers, 18c; broilers.
17c; old roosters. Sc; turkeys, local, ISc;
old toms. ]Sc; young toms, 19c; hen tur
keys, ISc: geese, llr; ducks. 10c.
BAKERS' FLOUR-Made of eastern
hard wheat— Per bbl.. Ja.25; blended
wheat, f1.90; eastern rye. J5.25.
CEREAL GOODS-Wholesale prices as
follows:
10-lb. 25-lb. 50-lb.
Al flour, per 100 $2.70
Hanquet flour, per I<X>.... 2.60
Pastry flour, per 100 2.50
Graham flour 2.40 2.35 2.30
Corn meal, W. fc W..., 2.15 2.10 2.05
Whole wheat 2.50 2.45 2.40
Rye 2.75 2.70 2.35
Cracked wheat 3.40 3.35 3.30
Farina 3.40 3.35 3.30
GRAIN AND FEED (per 100 lbs.)-
Wheat. $1.60; wheat nOO-lb. sackl. $1.65;
corn, $1.35; cracked corn. $1.40; feed meal,
$1.45; bran, heavy. $.1.25: rolled barley.
$1.40; oil cake meal, $2.25; cotton seed
meal. $lAt; cocoanut cake. $1.55: r'lorts,
nounds, $1.45; white oats. Jt.flO; red oats,
$1.50; eastern Kaffir corn, $1.35.
HAY-CAII per ton):
Choice wheat hay $15.00i?flfi.OO
No. 1 wheat or wheat and oat.. 15.00<fi16.0c
No. 2 wheat or wheat and oat.. 12.00ffn3.00
Choice tame oat 14.00<f?15.00
Other tame oat 10 00fff.12.50
Wild oat 10.00(fn2.00
Stock h.iv 7.00*1) s.or
Alfalfa 10.00W12.00
Straw, nor b lr» 30® .55
FRI'ITS AND REP.RlES— Bananas.
4Ue: strawberries. 4c; dewberries. 4<@sc;
rasnherries. 7f?Sc.
CJTRI - FRUlTS— Lemnns, fancy. $2.50
box; new Washington navel oranges.
$2.18W2.75.
NL'TS AND DRIED FRTTITS (all per
lb.)— Almonds. IXL. 15c; Ne Pins Ultra,
17c; pennuts. California, fancy. s'4r: east
ern, fsnrv. fie: walnuts. California
bleached. No. 1. lntGWAc: pecans. Jumbo.
14c: extr.i larire. U\'-c; Brazils. 14c; fil
berts. 14r; Mexican nlno nuts 20c
DATES— Persian dates, CU(Sr,',4c; Fards,
Sc.
VEGETABT.KS — String beans. SifJ-lc;
wax beans. 2V. Me! beets. $1.15 ncr sack;
fanrv eelerv. 7Kc doz.; evanorated rbills.
?ofi3oc lh.; earlic. 7c lb.: lettuce. 20«25c
doz.: rieas. 4c lb. ; pnlnach, '.'(V> <\07..; tur
nips. 20'{?4<V sack: cabbi^e. 51. 00^1.25 sack;
ranlinov.er. ToffSOe; Mexican tomatoes,
$3.(VWi3.5n a box: lnonls, Sl.2tSfitl.Bo; aspar
agus, S(f/12c: rucumbers. I.iiff2sc box.
Retail Prices
Following prices for leading articles of
consumption prevail at the Los Angeles
stores: 1
Rutter. 2-lb. roll, fanry ; 70c
Butter, 2-lb. roll. Poppy Hoc
and cooking 50c
Eg«?s. fresh ranch, per doz 30c
Potatoes, fancy, 100 lbs $2 50
Apples, 4 lbs 25c
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
Py Asanclnted "reds.
SAN FKANCISCO, July 6.— Butter-
Fancy creamery. 20'/4c; seconds, ISc; fancy
dairy, 19c: seconds, V%c.
Cheese— Kastern. 16',jc; Young America,
12'/4c; western, 15e. ,
Kbrs— Ranch. 19<ff21e; store. ISc.
CHICAGO. July 6— On the produce ex
change today the butter market was
steady; creameries, 15«2Oc; duirles, 154(
ISc. Eggs steady at mark, cases included.
12«14>,ic: firsts, 14Hc; prime firsts. l(Jc;
extras, 18c. Cheese steady, lO&fgllHc.
... _ . _
Pacific Coast Trade
By > •undated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6.— Beans-
Pink. $l.W)fr«'l.Bs; lima, $4.5d®4.55; small
white, $3.L'5®3.45; large white. JJ.4Or(jj.6s.
Onions— J-'ancv $1.00; common. 70c.
Various— Green peas. [email protected]; string
beanß, $1.00; green peppers. 20<jj25c; sum
mer squash, 65c; asparagus, 51.2Mt1.75;
rhubarb, 80@75c; garlic, 4igsc; cucumberu
[email protected]; Mexican tomatoes, $1.3501.50
Flour— Family extras, $4 65(95.10; bakers'
extras, $4.30Jt4.60; Oregon and Washing
ton, $4.30<&4.60.
Wheat — Shipping, [email protected]; milling,
$1.32(81. 42V».
Hurley— Feed, [email protected].
Oats— Red, $1.3Or»1.70; white, 51.6.V91 75
Mlllstuffs— Middlings, $a.ooig'2S.oO; mixed
feed, $29.50030.60; rolled barley. $23 00®
24.00; oatmeal, 14 50*r 1.75; oat groatb, $175
rolled oats. $7,004*8.00. c ' l0 '
Hay— Wheat. [email protected]; wheat and oat
JlO.OO^j 12.60; oat, wild, $8.00<ail.00; oat'
tame, $9.60©13.50; alfalfa, $7.00<ai0.00;
Btraw, 30tf«,50e. * w| * 4 ""'
Ilecelpts— Flour, 34,420; wheat, 1899; bar
ley, 6951; oats, 1200; beans, 673; corn, 165'
potatoes. 2590; onions, 1090; bran. 445; mid
dlings, US-; hay, 608; hides, 1546; wine
62,150.
Hunk Opru Tonight
Tho conbonuatca Mank of Lo» An-
KCles. 124 South Broadway, In the
Chamber of Commerce building, will be
open tonight, as usual, to accommodate
the public in general and Its old put
irons.
FINANCIAL
I.OS ANGBT.KS, July «.— Rnnk rloar-
Ings were $1.797, 7(14. 7(t, an Increase of
J:!.:f.".f1.1s ovr the corresponding rtny
last year. Following Is a comparative
statement:
ISO* inns 1904
July |„.t9L1£,434.89 $1,51«.R2n.f,7 Holiday.
July 3... 2,2<15,44i.«« Holiday. $1,388,545.!).!
July 4.. .Holiday.
July 6... 1.745.143.1* 1.451.613.1!) 231.771.0
July «... 1,797,7«4.';» 1.T91.&U8.31 1,149,339.18
LOB ANGELES BTOCK EXCHANGE
Official njil.-s — 12 $1000 Fac. I* ft P.
Co. Impels Ht 100V4 each; 30 Union oil
nt $200rrf200.fiO; 4000 Associated Oil nt
411%(j*44r; 100 shares Riverside, Home
Ji*,Ji a ' *«2<i?52.76; 20 at 153.255* 63.50
(a. 10),
Bank Stocks
American Notional Bank,. llß* ?..
Broadway Hank * T. C 0. .155
Bank of I^os Angeles 120
(>n frnl .212^i
Citizens Natlonnl . . .' 227 '« .'.'.
Commercial Savings 125 150
Dollar Savings » H >ik 132
Farmer* & Merchant* Nat 1.385. 385
federal Hunk 12 16
First Nntlonnl Rtamped. . .425 440
Herman Aniorirnii 325 350
Home Savings Hk. of 1* A. .150
00 per cent paid up.
L> A. Trust Co
Merchants National 440
Merchants Trust Co yi 100
Mercantile Trust Savings.. .. 135
60 per cent paid tip,
Natl. Bank of California. .241 600
Natl. Hunk of Commerce. .l2o
Security Savings Bank. ...260
Southern Cul. Savings ...
Slate Hiink & Trust C 0.... 98 102
U. S. NiUioMnl Uank 147*4
Bonds
. Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil 90% 83«4
California Pacific Ry 99 lU3
Corona Power & Water Co. So ...
Ciicamonga \Vater Co 100
Kdison lClectrlc Ist H 101^4 105
Ktilson Klec. Co.. old Issue. lo3V4
Home Telephone !»2W 9b%
Home Telephone Ist ref... S5 32
U A. Pac, Con. Mlg 109* i
L.. A. Trnc.t lon Co 1 1 1 iZ
UA. Electric "..102- ...
\i. A. Railway Co 113 s i ...
Mission Trans. A R. C 0.... 97 ...
Jit. Lowe Hallwny Co ...
S ae !S° H Kht & rowp r Co. .100U •• •
raclllc Eioctrio Ry, C0...,107Vi
J'as.ulemi H. T. & T. Co S8> 4 91
I'omonn Con. "Water Co 97V£
Riverside 11. T. & T. C 0... 82 86
San Diego H. T. & T. Co S6
Santa Moni.a H.T.&T.Co.. 80 89
Santa Barbara Klec. Hy 98
Seaside Water Co
Temescal Water Co 95 100
United Slec. G. & P. C 0.. .100*6 ...
11. S. Long Distance 91
Union Transportation Co.. 97*4
Visalla Water Co
Whittier 85,
Oil Stocks
Amalgamated Oil ....lO^.oo' 127?60 8
Associated Oil 43 «i 43%
Central So '* >g "
Columbia is
Continental 16
Fullerton Con
Fiillerton Oil 50 .60
Olobe 03*4
Home Whittier
Mexican Petroleum .. .98 101
Ollnda Land Co 0o»4 06' i
r'lru Oil Co 0«
Reed Crude 16
V'" 1 . 011 • 200.25 200.50
Union Provident Cc.lilS.OO 203.00
United Petroleum
Western Union 275.00
Miscellaneous Stocks
Cal. Portland Cem. Co. ?!* A f^ d
California Hospital... 90.00 100.00
Edison Klectric pfd.. 86.50 90.50
hdlson Elec. com 59.00 60 00
Home Telephone pfd. 69.60 62.00
Los Angeleti Brewery. 115. 00
L. A. Jockey Club.... 60.00
Pacific Mutual Life
Pasadena H.T.&T.Co.. 31.00 40 00
Riverside H.T.&T.Co.. 52.50 53.00
St. Monica H.T.&T.Co. 20.00 26 00
San Diego H.T.&T.Co. 32.00 ....
Seaside Water C 0... .100 .00
Sun Drug, Co .
U. S. Long Distance BShBO
Union Trust &T. Co. . 50.00
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales— fiOOO Johnnie Con at
ISc; 1000 Nevada Searchlight at 11 Uc
CALIFORNIA.
ButteLode n oo^ *'***
Furnace Creek Cop, Co. 2.52^4 2!72W
Yellow Aster 3.00 ...
ARIZONA.
Blsbee AVest nnu,
Hecla Mining- iio^ \i 3
Jesse Belle ,03
NEVADA.
(Tonopah District).
Belmont 5.40 5.70
California .] 6
Cash Boy i 6i 6 19
Uolden Anchor ....... 45
Gold Mountain 04 08
Great Western 02 08
Home 26
Jim Butler 1.25 1^35
Little Tonopah 2.75
Mac Namara To\i
Midway 2.15 • 2.20
Montana Ex 2.82V4 2.05
North Star .45 ...
Ohio Tonopah 25 ..."
Rescue 11 ,14
Tonopah Ex 7,00
Tonopah of Nev 18.00 19 26
West End 2.40 2.60
<JOHNNIE DISTRICT)
Nye County.
Johnnie Con. G. M. Co. .17U .18' i
Lucky T ,15*
iGoldfleld District).
Adams 05 .08
Atlanta 17 ,20
Muck Rock 02 04
Blue Bell 02 ' .04
Blue Bull 1114 .14%
Columbia Alt 14 .21
Diamond Black Butte. . .30 .33
Empire 02 .04
Florence .12
ttoldflcld M. of Nev 40 .46
Great Bend 35 40
Jumbo 1.32% 1.37%
Jumbo Ex 17 .21
Kendall 48
Lone Star 07 .11
May Queen 11 .21
Mohawk 1.55 1.74%
Nevada Boy .09H
Red Top 1.35 1.50
Sandstorm 59 ,62
St. Ives 48 .53
lUulltrog District!.
Amethyst .65
Bullfrog M. Co. of Nev. ... .40
Bullfrog Bundle .14
Bullfrog Nat. Bank .62
Bullfrog Annex 02 .05
China-Nevada .12
Denver Bullfrog 1.42%
EcllpSß 1.10
Gold Bar 1.02%
Golden Scepter 2a '■ . '.
Original Bullfrog 13 .15
(Manhattau District)
Manhattan Cons 71
Manhatton M. Co 05
Manhattan Red Top .2o',i
(Bearohlutht District).
Cyrus Noble ,22
Eldorado Can. M&M.Co. ,03 4« .05%
New Era 03',» .03 » 4
Nevada Searchlight ... .11 .12
Quart 3tte 17.00
Searchlight M. & M. Co 1.45
Searchlight Parallel .. .10% .11
Seurchllght West M. Co .11 .13%
MEXICO.
Bufa M. & M. Co 75
Green Con 24. 00 ...
Mitchell M 8.50
Llanos do 'Oro 2.75 ... ;
MISCELLANEOUS.
Black Hill Copper 25 ... •
Geo. A. Treadwell.... 4.00
Gold Koads 3.25 ...
Black Mi. Mill. C 0.... 8.50
Snowstorm. 1.00 1.26
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 6.— Dugar— Raw, flnn;
fair refining, 3Vic; centrifugal, 9ti test, 3%0;
molasises sugar, 3c; refined steady;
crushed, J0. 40; powdered, $4.80; granulated,
$4.70.
The market (or coffee futures closed
steady net unchanged to 5 points higher.
Sales, 37.500 bags. September. $ii.:'o«(«.W»;
October, *t>.35; D«uember, »ti.&U<ij«.s&; May.
BANK CLEARINGS
Fy Assftclat^d Jresi.
NKVV YORK. July «.— Tho following
tahlP. compiled by BrAdstrent, shows the
bunk rlonrlnsra at the principal cltlei!
for the week ended July 6. with the
percentage of Incronso nnd decrenso ns
compared with tho corresponding week
last year:
ftc del'
•New York tM!W,fHr,.293 4 . 4 - . . . .'
♦Chli-dRo 198. 686,614 12.2
•Hoston H2,595,r.10 ....114.8
s Phlladelphla ... 146,360.815 13.1
•St. I-oiils 46,650, 989 .... 4.7
PlttsbuiK fi0.727.31 R 10. « ....
San FrnnrlHco.. 30,147. 5!»2
•Uiiltlmoro 2fi,«8.1,8n3 3.0 „..
Clnrlnotl 25,800.300 1.0
•Kans.is «^lty .. 18,083.43r. .... 10.6
•New Orlniiiis. .. 14,830,379 .... 28.4
•Mlnnenpolls ... 18,814. 4.*.8 39.0 ....
•ClevclHiid 16,849,992 13.7 ....
*l,nnlsvlll.- 12,001.631 .... 8.2
Detroit 11,392.148 11.3 ....
•l,n« Angplefl... n. lill.ciso 2.7 ....
riiiiiilri 9.219,945 10.2 ....
♦Milwaukee .... 9,090.066 26.3 ....
•Providence .... 7,fi49,800 13.9 ....
•HlllTtilo 8.408,423 21.6 ....
•Indianapolis .. 6, 691,38 a .... S.i
•St. Paul 7,I18,X!I8 lfi.2 ....
Denver fi.O7B.tS7X 12.4 ....
Heatllo 8, 237. .813
Memphis 8,008.173 .... SO.fl
Fort Worth.... 4,643.006 .... 6.8
Richmond 5,594.764 7.4 ....
Columbus 4,984,100 17.1 ....
Wnshliißton ... fi.974,072 13.2 ....
•St. JORcph .... 4,648,170 6.0 ....
•Savannah 3,423.032 .... 11.3
•Portland, Ore.. 4,721.851 6.0 ....
Albany 4,895.592 .;.. .V
Halt l,nke City.. 4,877.097 21.0 ....
•Toledo, 0 3,574,415 .... 8.1
Rochester 5,649, 831 6.7 ....
•Atlanta 3,248.131 8
Tncoma 3.432,435 27.8 ....
•Hpokanc, Wash 3,427,999 116.6
Hnrtford 3.907,620 5.7 ....
Nashvlllu 3,062.159 .... 1.3
Pe.orla 2,182,614 .... 7.0
Dcs Mnlnes .... 2,316,054 .... 12.1
New Haven 2,596,597 .... 1.3
Grand Rapids... 2,001,204 4.6 ....
Norfolk 2,211,067 21.6 ....
Augusta. On .. . . 1.199,:!.i0 .... 29.3
Springfield, Mnss 1,985,100 13.2
Portland. Me.... 1,854,193 17.3 ....
Dayton 1,1149,928 16.7 ....
Sioux City 1,771.819 9.2 ....
Kvansville 1.496.713 1.6 ....
•Birmingham .. 1,616,765 6.5 ....
Worcester 1.418.755 .... 11.7
Syracuse 1,946. 075 .S
Charleston, S. C. 1,293,605 7.5 ....
••Houston ..... 14.331,650 36.8 ....
••Galveston .... 8,243,000 12.3
Total, U. S. ..$2,857,216,208 4.0 ....
Outsidj N.Y.C. 958,570,916 3.1 ....
, - Canada
Montreal $ 27.533,516 1.8
Toronto 22,74 l,S9!t 7.9 ....
AVlnnieg 8,928,171 14.4 ....
Ottawa 2.292,562 .1.6 ....
Halifax 1,659,116 25.9
Vancou/er, B. C. 2,232,253 20.5 ....
Quebec 2,242.637 3.9 ....
Hamilton 1,841.594 37.3 ....
St. John, N. 8... 568,282 29.7
Total, Canada. s 72.265,119 4.2 ....
•• Not included in totnls because con
taining other items than clearings.
• Balances paid in cash.
BUSINESS IS STILL ACTIVE
Bright Prospects Unimpaired— Crop
Conditions in Excellent Shape.
Fewer Business Failures
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 6.— Bradstreets to
morrow will say: It has been a between
seasons week In general trade and ln
austry, but more than the usual season
able business Is doing, despite holiday In
fluences. Bright prospects continue un
impaired. Fall orders are coming for
ward in good volume. Crop conditions on
the whole are very favorable.
Business failures for the week ending
July 5, number 134 against 146 last week.
Dun & Co.'s Report
NEW YORK, July 6.-R. G. Dun & Co.'s
weekly review of trade tomorrow will
say: Seasonably quiet conditions have
appeared in many commercial depart
ments, the first week of July Invariably
being the minimum of activity In certain
occupations, but preparations for un
precedented fall and winter trade increase
with the maturity of crops.
Railway earnings thus far available for
June show gains of 9.7 per cent over the
figures of 1905. while for the last week at
this port foreign commercial returns ex
hibited increases of $3,541,098 in imports,
and $756,3(15 in exports.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Favorable Weather In Entire Spring
Wheat Section — Provisions
Weak
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, July 6.— Over the entire
spring wheat territory the weather was
favorable for the growth of the new crop,
and In the southwest the absence of rain
lacilitated greatly the movement to mar
ket the new harvested grains. Because
of these factors the market was under
heavy selling pressure all day and was
weak from first to last. The market for
cash wheat at St. Louis and Kansas City
was weak because of increased receipts,
and this depressed the local market. The
firm tone of the Liverpool market, due, it
Is said, to reports of damage to the Bus-*
t-ian crop, did much to prevent greater
weakness here. The close was weak, with
prices at the lowest of the day. Septem
ber opened unchanged to VsC lower at 79V>
©79% c, and sold off to T9@'79%c, where it
closed, %<B%c lower.
Corn was weak on the good condition of
the crop in Missouri. September closed at
51% c, a loss of Vs'iiViC
The oats market was weak all day.
September closed %c off at 35%Q35?4c.
Provisions were steady early in tho day
on a fair demand by local packers for
lard and ribs. September pork closed 15c
lower, lard was down 7%c and ribs were
17%0 lower.
Market Ranges
Wheat— July, 79c; September, 79@79^c;
December, 80V4c
Corn— July, 61W(561c; September 51»Jc.
Oats— July 38V»c; September, 31%(534%c;
December, 35W@35%c.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour easy; No." 2 spring wheat. 82@S3c;
No. 3, 76<§82c; No. 2 .red, BOV4#£o%c; No. 2
corn, 52c; No. 2 yellhw, 52Vic; No. 2 oats.
38V4c; No. 2 white, 40Sf41c; No. 3 white, 37
(R39!4c; No. 2 rye, 60c; good feeding barley,
3ai«.ic; fair to choice malting, 43(9'51c; No.
1 flaxseed, $I.oii}4; No. 1 northwestern,
$1.10; prime timothy seed, $4.00; clover,
contract grade, $11.25; short ribs sides
(loose). $9.45<f9.50; mess pork per barrel,
[email protected];. lard per 100 pounds. rn.B2Va:
short clear sides (boxed), [email protected];
whisky, basis of high wines, $1.29.
Articles. Receipts. Shipmts.
Flour, barrels 2),300 17,200
Wheat, bushels 16,000 88,600
Corn, 'bushels 613,200 219,500
Oats, bushels 237,800 1U5,600
Rye, bushels 1,000
Barley, bushels 46,100' 3,600
Cereals of the World
ily Associated Press.
LIVERPOOL, "July 6.— Close— Wheat-
July. 6a 6%d; September, 6s 6Tid; Decem
ber, Bs 7d.
PORTLAND. Ore., July 6.— Wheat— Club.
71c; bluestem. 73c; red, 69c; valley, 73c.
NEW YORK. July 6.— Wheat— Spot easy.
Options closed V« V4e net loss. May closed
SB%c; July, 86c; September, 85% c; Decem
ber. 87V4C
TACOMA. Wash . July 6.-Wheat un
changed. Bluestem, 73c; club, 71c; red,
68c. '■;■.■';;
GENERAL FRUIT MARKET
By Associated Press.
SAN FR.-.VCIBCO. July 8.-Frults-
Fnncy apples, $1.25; common, 85c.
Berries— Strawberries, $4.0O$8.0O; black
berries. J2.60&3.00; raspberries, Js.Uotfj7.lW.
(Jrapeß— Seedless, %2.Wt2.2a.
Pears-Common, 40c; fancy, 70c.
Peaches— Common. 63c; fancy,. 7sc.
Plums— Common, 35c; fancy, 60c.
Oranges— Navels, $U.5u<a4.00; Valencia,
»1.00.
Mexican limes, $7.00fc8.00.
Lemons — Common California, : $3.&0:
fancy, 14.50.
Meions— Watermelons, 3c per Hi.; fancy
cantaloupes, 6Uc; common, 25c.
Tropical f mils — Uananaa, 75c<UJ1.75;
pine uppleit, $1.260410.
Dried Prult Prices
Pv A**o-lßt*l I'inxs.
NEW YORK. July 6.— The markst for
SAVINGS BANKS
4 per cent paid on term and 3 per cent on ordinary savings
'deposits. Loans on real estate.
Security Savings Bank cc T t ?,L a £im urplu9 '
N. E. Cor. Fourth and Spring, Tota , Asset 3
Herman W. Hellman Bldg. $16,006,b06.'0Q.
Gcrman-Amcrican Savings Bank Ca $ r^ I o^oo Surplu9(
223 S. Spring St., Cor. Main Total Resources,
and First Sts. (Branch.) $10,000,000.00.
Southern California Savings Bank J. H. Braiy, Pres.
« « « t^ it. jo- W. G. Kerckoflf, Vice Prcs.
S. E. Cor. Fourth and Spring, w D VVoolwi ' nC( v . Prcs.
Union Trust Building. Clias. H. Toll, Casliier.
Clearing House Banks
N \ MV. OF l^liTKIjS — —
Qtatc Bank & Trust Company TlP'SkS^ "
*-J N. VV. Cor. Second and Spring. Capltnl. $o<W,noo; Surplus nnd Profits, $00,000
pitizens' National Bank ' ~~ a! t waters' ca"hier
v^ N. K. Cor. Third nnd Spring. Capltnl, t^nO.fHiO; Snrpliia and I'rof'lts, tloO.onn.
Central Rank WILLIAM MISAD. Pres"
entrai Banic w c duhoin. cashier.
N. R. Cor. Fourth A Urondway. Capital, H00,(XK); Surplus pnd Profits, $100,000.
rphe NaTional Bank of Commerce F _ M DOUOLARg , Prei . " "~" '
■■■ IN LOS ANGELES. CJIAnLKS KWINO, Cnshler.
_ N. W. Cor. Sixth and Spring. Capital. $200,000; Surplus. {'0 OOP
Tjnited States National Bank p?w'. 'smYth A Ca.hier!' '
S. xJ. Cor. Main fe Commgrclal. Capital, $200,000; Su rpl us_a nd Profits, $nO,OOO
Qommercial National Bank &'*fim?Bß&&£?
w 423 iloiith Spring. CapltaWLOO.OOOi^irpUisnnd Proflls, $24.000.
iparmcrs & Merchants National Bank chas 1! si: w^V-ashier
•*■ Cor. Fourth nnd Main. Capitol. SI.SOS.Oi.; Sin-pins' nnd Proffts. th32S.<m.
pirst Nationaflirtk wT^l^lS^^
■*■ S. E. Cor. Second and Spring. Capltnl stock, $1,2fi0,0(X); Sirrplus. $250 000
Undivided proflta, $1,187,747.01.
TWTerchants' National Bank y,- VioVV^ixay r r»?hio
IVjL N^B^Coj^Beccind^ an^Majn J _^apJtnKJ2no i oOo;_Suip'liiß_a nd^Prnflt°. r 'taSO.noo.
American National Bank T V^v ; pHEtps K caBn'rer"
****■ 8. W. Cor. Second & Kroartway. Capltnl. fl.fiOO.OOn; Sin-phis andV^oHts. $75,000.
TDroadway Bank & Trust Company A w U KENNY U cashier rre 5i ' e57 ~ : ''
■*-* SOS-310 S. Bdwy, Bradbury Bldg. Capltni. $2f.b.00f1; Siirpl_us-Und. S jjn'flts. $150,000..
T^-ational Bank of California "^M^sfpßijim ll^!' PFeB "
•^^_ N^E^Cor. Second and Spring. Capital. $200,000; Surplus and Pro'nis'. $250,000.
_^^P^K*^^ |as. W. Hcllman
*** >^ "' ™ *w'^ ( Agents for the CJlen wood Range
vflv\ TTv-F- SCbiBC
Im\ v\ 11* ixW-^ Take aboard fnou K ii cases of our
WKrmat^k )V\IV \MMA*Pfr* Maler & Zobelein brand of bottled
\jSS-"' VsJ J/ylf M beor, have a good time, digest your
,/wlfife-^ ' v3j luncheon, come home with a clear con-
/»V*wOTu\ science and a clear head to sound
W\l\\\\\M I slumber. In the morning you'll say a-
Vv *Wl\\\\\ word to your friends about the fine
• % -- \\\v II v v A= == JL = _l taste and other, capital qualities of
-J#«^^^sM\ W wHEnF Maler & Zobelein beer. Delivered In
\as\ \\ «*il<lr case lots anywhere in town without
'"'"tMrOtflVHvf/l [\® v\ }\ /l(> extra charge. Phone connection.
evaporated apples is unchanged, with
prime quoted at HtfUUc; choice, lHi<a<
ll%c; fancy, 11%iS'12c. . ,
Prunes are in Jobbing demand and rule
firm, with quotations ranging J ron J n
to B%c, the outside price being for 30-403.
which are in very light supply and prac
tically nominal.
Apricots are unchanged,- with choice
quoted at 13c; extra choice, 13',£c; fancy,
14(5.'14 Vtc
Peaches are In light supply, with choice
quoted at lO^f&ilc; extra choice. 11U6-UV&C.
fancy. 11%@12c; extra fancy. 12%UV4c
Raisins are unchanged. Loose
catels, H4@7c; seeded raisins, 5M:&V^c;
London layers, $1.65.
MARINE NEWS
San Pedro Shipping
SAN PKDKO, July 6.
ARKIVJSU
N ° ne - SAILED.
N ° ne ' VESSELS IN PORT.
Schooner Balboa.
Schooner Albert Meyer.
Schooner Louise.
Schooner Wm. Bowden.
Schooner Admiral.
Schooner Meta Nelson.
Schooner Ariel.
Schooner Sadie. ;
Schooner rtonolpu. |
Schooner Oceanica Vance. ;
Schooner W. J. Patterson. •
Schooner Americana.
Barkentine Portland, Astoria.
VESSELS DUE.
Barkentine Gardiner City, Portland.
Bark W. R. Hume, Mukilteo.
Barkentine Tarn O'Shanter, Bellingham.
Schooner Muhukona, Everett. .- . ■,
Harbor Notes
There has been no arrivals of**oastwise
vessels in this port for the past four
days. Several are on the way and ex
pected soon, however, with large cargoes.
The little steam schooner' Santa Kosa
Island, which belongs hero and plies be
tween this port and the different inlands
of the channel, oame. in today with a full
load of cattle for the Los Angeles mar
ket. They were taken from the island of
the same name of the vessel.
Captain J, W. Jorgenuen, for many
years master of the schooner Oceanica
Vance, who was obliged to tiuit work in
April because of trouble with his eyes,
has so far recovered that ho has again
taken his vessel and will leave for the
north Sunday. I While ho was tslck he was
relieved by Captain Albeit Anrensen, who
will go north and take another command.
Port Los Angeles
ARRIVED.
Steamer State of California, from San
Diego.
- SAILED.
Steamer State of California, for San
Fisnclico,
COMING FROM FOREIGN PORTS
British ship Lucipura. Cupt. Witt,
slxty-threu days from Rotterdam
British Ehlp Klalne, Cupt. Williams,
fifty-three days from London,
JirillHli ship Ulenalvon, Cupt. Hender
aon, forty-thre« iluvs from Nnwcubtle.
French ship Helent) Ilium, Cupt.
Gueinultf, ninety-eight days from Mel
bourne.
lMUrli .Khlp Nederlund. fourteen days
from iShfeldß.
VESSELS IN PORT,
Kiiiuli ship Ville do Mulhouse, Cupt.
Bony, from Antwerp.
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; & Purchasing Company
400 Mercantile Truat Co. UullriluK.
Our Field: "The World's New Mar-
ket West Coast of Mexico.". k : .V ,
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4J» KOIJTII SPRING
Will convince you that we have the
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San Francisco Shipping
By AxsorlaUiil Press.
SAN KRA-> CISCO. July 6.— Salled-
Sleamer Coos Bay, Port Los Angeles.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6.— The steamer
Despatch arrived today from the Colum
bia river with «50,000 fret of lumber. She
had a non-union crew. Tho steamer
Brunswick uulled today for Fort Uragg
with a non-union crew.
Grover Cleveland Better
By Associated Press.
PRINCETON, N. J., July 6. — Former
President Qrover Cleveland, who in ill
of indigestion at his home here, sent
down word from his room this morning
to a reporter for the Associated Press
thut he has been slightly ill. but la
feeling better and will be out In a day
or two. ' ■ -j- ' ,
Indian Pupil Dies of Wound
I'y Associated Press.
EUHKKA, ;Cal., July 6. — Jackson
Templeton, a 16-year-old Indian boy
en route from the Indian school at
Phoenix, Aria., to Yreku, Cal., acci
dentally shot himself near Hell Springe,
iiurnboldt county, July. 4, and the \
wound, proved fatal.

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