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COMMERCIAL WORLD
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
Sliver unchanged.
Wheat dull; freights steady. '
Barley future declined - _
Oats in moderate supply and rteaay.
Corn and Rye unchanged.
Hay in lighter receipts, but dull.
Feedstuffs generally weak.
Beans firm and Seeds dull.
Grain Bags advanced a fraction.
Potatoes unchanged. Onions firm.
Sharp decline In Tomatoes.
Poultry quiet and weak.
Peaches still choice the market.
Plums scarcer and firmer.
Some changes in dried fruits.
Provisions still active and firm.
Hides. Wool and Hops unchanged.
Meat market about the same.
Oils, unchanged.
WEATHER REPORT.
(120 th Meridian—Pacific Time.)
SAN FRANCISCO. July 25—5 P. m. j
The following maximum temperatures are re- |
ported from stations in California to-day:
Eureka &6 San Diego 68
Fresno I°2 Sacramento '.HI
Us Angles 70 independence » ■*-
Red Bluff - 98 Yuma , *■"» j
fen 'Franco I daia-Maximum temperature.!
12; minimum, 52; mean. 57.
SVEATHER CONDITIONS AND GENERAL
FORECAST.
The pressure has risen slowly over the south- \
irn half of the Pacific Slope. A depression of ,
moderate depth overlies Nevada and I tan and i
hill probably cause showers to-night and t
•Wednesday morning over the country between
the Sierras and Rockies. .
The temperature has risen rapidly over the
lorthern half of the Pacific Coast. Throughout j
California the temperatures are about normal,
In the vicinity of San Francisco there is a )
■vertical thermal gradient of 1 degree rise for
•very -00 feet elevation. ]
A thunder storm is reported at Cedar City, ■
Utah, and light showers are reported at Carson |
City.' Boise and Pocatello. '■."•'- _ __,__
Forecas' made at San Francisco for thirty
hours ending midnight. July 26. 1899:
Northern California—Fair Wednesday; much
warmer in the interior, with northerly winds;
westerly winds on the coast, with fog Wednes
flay afternoon.
Southern California— Wednesday; fresh
Westerly winds.
Nevada—Cloudy Wednesday, with showers
early in the morning; warmer Wednesday
night. _'-_,
Utah— Cloudy Wednesday; probably showers
tarlv Wednesday morning.
Arizona— Fair Wednesday.
San Francisco and vicinity— Wednesday;
fresh westerly winds, with fog Wednesday
night. ALEXANDER G. McADIE,
Forecast Official.
EASTERN MARKETS.
NEW • YORK STOCK MARKET.
NEW. YORK. July 25.— stock market
continued well nigh lifeless to-day, only a few
Stocks showing any movement of price worthy
of note. The movement was so narrow and
sluggish that it was difficult at times to dis
tinguish the tendency of prices; Rock Island
showed an opening gain of %. while St. Paul
opened down % St. Paul was not influenced
at all by the statement of earnings in the
third week, which again broke all previous
records. The market was heavy all day and
was the only one of the granger group which
hung below last night's level for most of the
day. Late In the day there was an Increased
demand for Rock Island, which lifted Its price
about a point above last night's level. The
Southwestern rose at the same time over a
point each. lowa Central also continued to ad
vance. There was a period of midday strength |
In the Pressed Steel Car stocks, which rose I
34 arid 24 respectively. A simultaneous move- j
ment, apparently sympathetic, affected Na
tional Steel and' Tennessee Coal and Tin J*late, j
-and later the American Hoop stock rose 2%
and 1% respectively. None of these gains was
fully held, and, on the other hand, American j
Smelting and Colorado Fuel showed sharp de
clines. General Electric was advanced to
1244. but reacted a point. The serious aspect I
at Cleveland of the street car strike had rather
a depressing effect on the market. The day's
business was close to the lowest level of the |
year.
The bond market was dull and irregular, ex* j
cept for a large absorption of St. Louis South
western seconds. Total sales, par value, $1,710,
--000. United State* new 4's registered declined
% and the old 4's registered and the 3's % In ]
the bid price.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
Shares Closing
Sold. Stocks— Bid.
2,100 Atchison 19%
9,350 Atchison prefd .... 61%
' 220 Baltimore & Ohio 48
300 Canadian Pacific 96%
160 Canada Southern 53
700 Central Pacific 51%
2.020 Chesapeake & Ohio 28%
2,060 Chicago Great Western 14%
10,995 Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy 137
Chicago, Ind & Louisville 9%
Chicago, Ind & Louisville prefd 41
100 Chicago & Eastern Illinois 73 j
. ; 700 Chicago & Northwestern .'.160% I
22.365 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific. ..ll9% I
1,070 C, C. C. & St. Louis 58
100 Colorado Southern 4% j
....... Colorado Southern Ist prefd 43% :
Colorado Southern 2d prefd 16% j
100 Delaware & Hudson ; 122
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western. l 67
Denver & Rio Grande 27
Denver & Rio Grande prefd 74% ;
Erie 13% !
..:.... Erie Ist prefd 36%
100 Great Northern prefd 166 ]
......'. Hooking Coal .-. 14
Hocking Valley 21%
767 Illinois Central 116%
1,350 lowa Central 13%
1,700 lowa Central prefd 53%
Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf 7
Lake Erie & Western 17%
200 Lake Erie & Western prefd 75%
Lake Shore 201%
1,175 Louisville & Nashville 73
2,600 Manhattan L 118
3.310 Metropolitan Street Railway 211%
Mexican Central ... 14%
Minneapolis & St. Louis. 544
Minneapolis & St. Louis prefd 89%
1,750 Missouri Pacific ... i 47%
:. Mobile & Ohio 45
Missouri, Kansas & Texas 11%
2.V) Missouri, Kansas A Texas prefd.'... 34%
1.000 New Jersey Central II." 1
11,311 New York Central 140%
100 Norfolk & Western 20%
200 Norfolk & Western prefd 7'-i
2.100 Northern Pacific .._.. 50%
265 Northern Pacific p"fe?fd 77%
110 Ontario & Western 26
; Oregon Railway & Navigation 40 .
Oregon Railway & Navigation prefd 75
29.610 Pennsylvania .* 136%
200 Reading 20%
£00 Reading Ist prefd 69*-
Reading 2d prefd 32%
Rio Grande Western 30
....... Rio Grande Western prefd '. 78
fit. Louis & San Francisco 10%
St. Louis & Son Francisco Ist prefd 69%
400 St. Louis & San Francisco 2d prefd. 36%
10,250 St. Louis & Southwestern 16
15,775 St. Louis & Southwestern prefd.... 38%
7,420 St. Paul 1324
St Paul prefd 173
St. Paul & Omaha 108
■ 1,120 Southern Pacific 31% I
3CO Southern Railway 11%
810 Southern Railway prefd- 51% '
1,300 Texas & Pacific 22'_
SCO Union Pacific --_ 43%
l.eoS Union Pacific prefd 77
.....v.. Wabash :. 7%
2.110 Wabash prefd' :...' , 22
130 Wheeling & Lake Erie ..- -9%
V • Wheeling & Lake Erie 2d -prefd ....%%_ '.
I 100 *.Viacp_sln Central -„ _S
' '' '.< <• 0 Express o Companies— :
■ »^. ",:■'. ". Adam 5 .....!». ..°. %.."....: .«.• 113
„ American '..*..«.. „_..... ... .'.-.13S
• ISC United States -»..., :•. 49
"y(. ...... TV'elis Fa-ttc* : -.125
o „ ; "_-;6i-.-ellaneous ' »'-" i
. 500 American Cotton OIJ ....-...; I*. 41%
".. ..,.". American Cotton Oil prefd 92
V.r.'.v" American Malting U , 17%
200 American 'Malting prefd .-. ; 69%
'-■• 370 American Smelting & Refining 37%
; _ ° 875 " American Smelting ■& Refining pfd. 84%
.... .. American ' Spirits prefd 29
* 4;550 American Steel Hoop .- 31%
.* 1.5t.0 c American Steel Hoop prefd 77%
_ 2.000 J American Steel & Wire- ... 56%
173 American Steel & Wire prefd.. 95%
WO .American Tin Plate 38%
250 American Tin Plate.- prefd 84%
CCS "'American Tobacco .'. 97%
'.....-.. American Tobacco prefd 141
' 2.".eJ0 Anaconda Mining Co ". 55%
11,800 Brooklyn Rapid Transit IK,
3 »200 Colorado Fuel & Iron 45%
2,400 Continental Tobacco 41 '4
43*" Continental Tobacco prefd 81%
2,720 Federal Steel 68
465 Federal Steel prefd 80%
4 7 General Electric 123%
...... Glucose Sugar 69
....... Glucose Sugar prefd 107
• 1,060 International Paper 46%
300 International Paper prefd 78%
Laclede Gas / .54
1,279 National Biscuit 47%
National Biscuit prefd ; 97%
1-50 National Lead 86%
100 - National Lead prefd 112
1 .7 " National Steel 49%
710 National Steel prefd , -91%
325 New York Air Brake 201 '
127 North American 11%
Pacific Coast 38
Pacific Coast Ist prefd 84 •
Pacific Coast 2d prefd 55
300 Pacific Mail '.... 48
' 850 People's Gas — .........118
780 Pressed Steel Car 64%
1.630 Pressed Steel Car prefd ...'.; ..-. 86%
.'...Pullman Palace Car 159
620 Standard Rope A Twine 7
6,100 Sugar 157
Sugar prefd ........". 118
1,000 Tennessee Coal A Iron '.. 69%
420 United States Leather ...'. 6%
350 United States Leather prefd 72%
100 United States' Rubber 49%
....... United States Rubber prefd 115%
280 Western Union 90
127.400 Shares sold. I < • ■ ''■ t
CLOSING BONDS.
U S 2s reg 100*4 M X & T 2ds 68
Do 3s reg 108% Do 45.. 93
Do 3s coup 109 N V Cent Ists 112%
Do new 4s reg.... 129 N J Cent gen 55. .121%
Do new 4s c0up. .130 No Carolina — 12. V-
Do old 4s reg 112% Do 45...'. 104
Do old 4s c0up... 113*. No Pacific lsts 113
Do 5s reg 111% Do 35.. 6.%
Do 5s coup 112% Do -Is 103% <
Dist of C 3. Ms 119 N V C& St L 45.. 10;
Alabama class A.. 109 Nor & W con 45... 9o
Do class 8.......109 Do gen 6s 130
Do class C 104 Oregon Nay 15t5. ..113%
Do Currency 98 - Do 45...., 102
Atchison gen ...101% Oregon SL 6s 132
Do adj 4s 85% Do con 5s 113
Canada So 2ds 111% Reading gen 45.... BSH
Ches & Ohio 4%5.. 97% Rio G West lsts... 98
Do 5s 119 St L-& I M con 1>5. 11376
Chi &N W con 78.145 St L& S F gen 65.124%
Do S F deb 55. ...122 V* St Paul con 170
Chicago Term 45... 99 St PC & P lsts... 121
Den & Rio G lsts.. 106 I Do 5s .......12l!4
Do 4s 106%, 50 Railway 5s 10 %
E T V & G lets.... 102% Stand R & T 65... 85
Erie gen 4s ,72%JTenn new set 35... 95
FW& D C lsts... 78 Tex & Pac 15t5.... 116%
Gen Electric 65. ...118 ! Do 2d5.. .......... 56
G X & S A 6s 113 I Union Pacific 45.. 106
Do 2t*s 108 Wabash- lsts 116
H&T Css 110% Do 2ds J»2%
Do con 66 112 West Shore 4s 114%
lowa Cent lsts 113% Wis Cent lsts 75%
X C P & G lsts.... 61% Va Centuries 86%
La new con ...106 Do Deferred 5%
L & N unified 45.. 99% Colo Southern 45.. 89%
MINING STOCKS. j
Chollar 35 Ontario 6 50 1
Crown Point 25 Ophlr lw
Con Cal & V 1 SO Plymouth 10
Deadwood 60 Quicksilver _ 10
Gould & Curry 35 5 Do prefd b__ 1
Hale & Norcross.. 30 Sierra Nevada 66
Homestake 65 00 Standard __
Iron Silver 50 Union Con i_ j
Mexican :.. 50 Yellow Jacket JO
BOSTON STOCKS AND BONDS.
Money— .West End. 96
Call loans 3®4 I Do prefd •••••I. 14 ,
Time loans 3&4% Westlnghouse El.. 60
Stocks— ••■ j Do prefd 66%
Atch Tor &St Fe. 19% Mining Shares—
Do prefd 61% Adventure 9%
American 5ugar... 157% Allouc-z Mln C 0.... 7%
Do prefd US Atlantic 30
Bell Telephone 348 Boston & Mont 366 ]
Boston & Albany.. Butte & 805t0n.... 78% j
Boston Elevated... 111% (Calumet & Hecla..Bls |
Chi Bur & Q 137 Centennial 33%
Fitchburg prefd. ..ll7 Franklin 19
Gen Electric 123 Humboldt 2
Federal Steel 55% Osceola 87
Do prefd 80% Farrott 53
Mexican Central... 14%|Quincy •" I ?Xw
Mich Telephone.... 97% Santa Fe Copper... 13%
Old Colony 205 Tamarack 221
Old Dominion 37% Winona 12
Rubber 50 Wolverine 46
Union Pacific *_*_ Utah 44
Union Land 7%
SILVER SHIPMENT.
NEW YORK, July 25.— steamship Ma
jestic, sailing for Europe to-morrow, will take
out 101,000 ounces of silver and 100.000 Mexican
dollars.
LONDON MARKET.
. NEW YORK, July 25.— The Commercial Ad
vertiser's T«ondon financial cablegram says:
The markets here were firm and quiet to-day.
while Westralian mines were buoyant. Ameri
', cans opened hard, the strikes being disregarded,
c but the business done amounted to very little.
i The close was fractionally higher on New York
buying. Montreal, bought Canadian Pacific ami
' Berlin sold. Money at the close was unlendable.
! Bills, however, were hard. The bank is feel
ing its way to tight rates by borrowing gold.
It bought £20,000 gold In bars and £15.000 In
German com. Forty-four thousand pounds ar
rived from Austria and £20,000 was taken for
South America. :." ~
CLOSING. :: ;
LONDON, July Canadian Pacific, 99%;
Northern Pacific preferred, 79% ; Union Pacific
preferred. 79%; Atchison, 20%: Grand Trunk.
7%; Anaconda, 1 *: Bar Silver, steady, 27% d
per ounce; Money, I%S_ per cent.
. NEW YORK GRAIN AND PRODUCE.
NEW YORK, July 25.— FLOUR— Receipts.
32,091: exports, 20.611. More active and firmer
for spring patents. Minnesota patents, $3 75®
3 90: winter straits, $3 [email protected] 50; Minnesota
bakers. [email protected] 10.
WHEAT— Receipts. 559,150; exports, 120,919.
Spot, firm; No! 2 red, 77% cf. o. b. afloat spot:
p No. 1 Northern Duluth, 78% cf. o. b. afloat
j spot; No. 1 hard Duluth. 82% c f. o. b. afloat
to arrive; No. '2 red, 75% c elevator. Options
steady on smaller Northwest receipts. They
' subsequently broke under liquidation and disap
pointing the late French cables, but. finally re
covered. Chief among the late stimulating In
i fluences were small primary receipts. The close ;
was strong at l .<ft%c net advance. July, 75% @
76% c, closed. 7S%c; September, 75 [email protected] 7-16 c. 1
closed. 76% c; December, 77%@78%c, closed 78% c.
HOPS— Quiet.
HIDES— Firm.
WOOL—
METALS— upward movement in the price
of tin appears- to be In Its infancy. To-day the
market was strong and excited with the close
100 points higher. The leading bullish inllu- j
ences consisted of strong London cables, good
reports from home markets, and urgent demand j
from consumers. The balance of the list was
quiet and about unchanged. At the close the
Metal Exchange called piglron warrants nom
inal at 14c.
. LAKE COPPER— Firm at $18 50.
Unsettled, with $31 25 bid, and $31 75
LEAD— with $4 55 bid and $4 57%
SPELTER— Quiet at $6 25. The brokers'
i price for lead is $4 35, and for copper, $18 50. •
BUTTER— Receipts. 16,977 packages. Market
j steady; Western creamery, [email protected]; factory, 11
®14% C. ■:'.-
EGGS — Receipts, 15,482 packages. Steady;
' Western. [email protected]
COFFEE— Options closed dull, unchanged to
' 5 potaits lower. Sales. 4250 bags. Including:
August, $4 35:. May, $5 15. Spot— Rio, dull and
! easy. Mild— Quiet:
SUGAR — Raw quiet, but steady; refined'
steady. • -.* ■' \ .•**•.'
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS.
NEW YORK, July California dried
1 fruits firm. .^iif-'
EVAPORATED APPLES— 6%®Bc;
prime wire tray, S%@B%c; choice,' B%®9c; fan
; cy. 9M,(g9%c. ■ • •
PRUNES— 3% ®B%c.
APRICOTS— RoyaI and Moorpark, 14c.
PEACHES— Unpeeled. 11-311140.
AVAILABLE GRAIN SUPPLY.
NEW YORK, July 25.— Special cable and tele
[ graphic despatches to Bradstreet's show the
' following changes in available supply as com
pared with last ■ accounts: Wheat—
j States and Canada, east of the Rockies, ml
l crease 1,678,000 bushels; afloat for and in
Europe, decrease 900,000: total supply, Increase
678,000 bushels. Corn— .United States and Can
ada, east of the Rockies, increase 91,000 bush
: els. United States and Canada, east of
j the Rockies, decrease 1,149,000 bushels. The
I aggregate stocks of -wheat held at Portland,
I Ore., Tacoma and Seattle, Wash., Increase
j 40,000 bushels last week.
"
CHICAGO -GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO, July 25.— An estimate of 225,000,
--i 000 bushels as the probable yield of the spring
I crop In Minnesota and the two Dakotas started
j wheat rather easy. September opened %c lower
i at 70%@70%c, advanced slowly to 70% c, then
! declined to 70% c. A report from Paris that the
1 French crop this year would equal that of a
• year ago had a depressing Influence during the
I first two hours' trading. After that, however,
: the market took a sudden upturn and continued
*t*.ror}g until the close. ■ September advanced to
'71 %c and closed at 71%@71%c. The change of
sentiment was brought about by a flood of
damage reports from the Northwest, some of
them placing the. Injury already done spring
wheat at 20 to 25 per cent. The smallness. of
primary Western receipts, amounting to only
675,000 bushels, was also an inspiration to the
bulls to-day, for the first time in several weeks
b'elns less than for the same day last year.
Liquidation, owing to heavy receipts, weakened
corn, but the loss was more than recovered
' later by buying against puts in -sympathy with
the advance In wheat. Crop reports were less
': promising than heretofore and country offer
. ings extremely small. September closed with
\ a gain of %c. . ;<:»'.*"-■.:-
Oats followed other grains, opening at the
j low point, and' closing at the top. Reports
1 from various sections say that the new crop
i Is running^ to straw. September gained %c.
Provisions opened firm, but collapsed under
1 free' selling by packers and commission houses.
This latter selling was principally on stop-loss
: orders. Part of the' decline was recovered in
; sympathy" with the advance In grains. Pork
I lost I2%c ' for September, lard oc to 7%c, and
i ribs 2%c.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
i Articles— ' Open. • High. Low. Close.
Wheat No. 2— .' * ■■■-,?.._- -
July , 70 . 70% 69% 70%
September ; 70% 71% 70% 71%
December 72%. 73% .' 72% 73%
Corn No. 2—
July 32% 32% ,31% 32%
September 31% 32 31% 32
! December .......... 30 30% 23% so%
Oats No. 2— • ..'
July .■ :.... 24% -25 24% 24%
September 19% 19% 19% 19% <
December 19% 19% 19% 19%
May.'....".: -21% 21% 21% 21%
Mess Pork, per barrel—
September 9 00 9 05 8 80 S 90
October- ...9 07% 9 07% 8 82% 8 92%
Lard, per 100 pounds-
September 5 47% 550 5 37% 6 42%
1 October '.. 565 555 645 '_ 471 ,
I Short Ribs,' per 100 poupds—
September 5 1.%. 6 -'0 5 ]_% 515
j October -6 20 5 22%' 6 15 6 20
Cash quotations were as follows;
Flour, quiet and easy; No. 2 spring wheat,
70c:'. No. 3 spring wheat. [email protected]%c; No. 2 red,'
70%@71%c;-No. 2 corn, 32Vic;No. 2 oats, 24%@
24% c; No. 2 white, 26c; No. 3 white, 22%ig26c:
No. 2 rye, 52c; No. 2 barley, [email protected]; No 1
flaxseed, 97c; prime -timothy seed, $2 45; mess
pork, per barrel, $8 [email protected] 85; lard, per 100
pounds. 15 [email protected] 45; short rib sides. loose,. $5®
, 05; dry -salted shoulders, boxed, ,• 6%cg^%c;
■ ■■'•• . '
THE SAN FBAIS CISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2fi. 1899.
short clear . sides, boxed. *5 [email protected] 40; whisky,
distillers' finished goods, per gallon, $1 26.
Articles— Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 21,000 ' 10,000
Wheat, bushels 93,000 4,000
Corn, bushels 609.000 826,000
Oats bushels 312,000 283,000
Rye, bushels -4,000 2,000
Barley, bushels .....;...... 26,000 .......
On the Produce Exchange to-day the Butter
market was easy: creameries. 12®17c ; dairies,
[email protected]%c. Eggs, weak and dull ; fresh, 11%*3
12c. Cheese, unchanged.
LIVERPOOL. FUTURES.
Wheat— July. Sept. Deo.
Opening 56% 68% 510
Closing 5 6% 6 9 6 10%
PARIS FUTURES. '; 'My?
Wheat— v, Sept. Sept-Dec.
Opening ....20 25 20 65
i Closing 20 25 20 65
Flour ■;■ - _, _,
Opening 44 20 28 35
Closing 43 &5 2820
CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALES.'
1 CHICAGO, July California fruit sold to
i day. Abundance Plums, averaged $1 05: Brad
[ shaw, $104; Kelsey Plums, averaged »1 75;
I Peach Plums, averaged ?1 30; Tragedy Prunes,
I averaged $1 20; Bartlett Pears, averaged $2;
half-boxes, 90c; Early Crawford Peaches, $102,
< Tuscan Cling, 90c. ' " " "' , . .. '•_
NEW YORK. July 25.— California fruit sold
i to-day: Burbank Plums, $1 [email protected] 75. averaged
I $1 60; Eureka Plums, averaged $2 25: German
1 Prunes, averaged $1 30; Purple Duanes. aver
! aged $1 30; Quackenboss. averaged $1 60: Vic
toria, averaged $1 23: Tragedy Prunes, $110®
1 40, averaged 81 11: Wlckson Plums. $2 90: Yel
! low Egg. averaged $1 36; Early Crawford Peach
i es, [email protected]$l 15, averaged 98c; Foster, [email protected] 16.
averaged* 9Sc; Decker, averaged 11 40; Susque
■ hanna, $1 03: Tuscan Cling. [email protected]$l 35. averaged
i $1 20; Bartlett Pears. $1 75<3)2 15. averaged, $1 86;
i half-boxes, 80c; Congress Pears, half-boxes,
' SI 88
PHILADELPHIA, July 26.— Early Crawford
Peaches, boxes, 90c® $1 26, average $1 17; foster
Peaches. $I®l 30, average $1 21; St. Johns,
average $1 ; Yellow Free Peaches, boxes, average
37- Burbank Plums, single crates, 75c<5!Sl i-
average $1 03: Bradshaw Plums, single crates,
$1 13; Diamond Plums, $1 30; German Prunes,
single crates, $1 06<ftl 15, average $1 J O7 ;_ Purple
Duanes, $1 18; Satsuma. average II 06: Tragedy
Prunes, single crates, $1 05 iff 1 20, average $1 07,
Washington Plums, average $1 06: Wlckson
! Plums. $1 17; Yellow Egg, $1 10. Five cars sold
I to-day. .. . '■■ ..;,] •'; ,. . ; ; /';
EASTERN LIVESTOCK MARKET.
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO. July 25.— CATTLE— Both the sup
ply and demand to-day were moderate, and
prices underwent no appreciable change. Good
to choice steers brought $5 25®5 85; commoner
grades, *4 [email protected] 20; cows, bulls, and heifers, $2®
5 10; stockers and feeders. $3 40® 4 75: Western
fed steers, "4 r.o-Q 5 60; stockers and feeders, $3 40
©4 75; Western fed steers, $4 [email protected] 65; Texas
steers, $3 5006; calves. $4 50cf6 50.
HOGS— Trade was slow, with prices fully 5c .
lower. Fair to choice lots. $4 45«®4 60: heavy
packers $4 1504 42%; butchers, $4 [email protected] 60;
mixed. '$4 35® 4 60; lights, $4 [email protected] 70; pigs.
$.", 80®4 60. ' .''.___ ">' V
SHEEP— There was a fairly active slaughter
ing demand at steady prices. Prime lambs
were scarce and brought 15®25c more than at
the close last week. Poor to prime sheep. $2 25
@5 25. chiefly $4 25® 4 50; yearlings, $4 50®5 60;
cull lambs, $4 [email protected] 50, and good to prime flocks,
$6 40® 6 85. - v.- i
Receipts— Cattle, 2500; hogs, 17,000; sheep, 10,
--000.
BOSTON WOOL MARKET.
BOSTON, July 25.— The wool market here Is
generally stronger than a week ago and the
market Is quoted higher, while the demand ;
continues active. Fleece wools fairly active at
32®33c for Ohio Delane, and 30c for XX and
above. -'" : - '- "- ''.
Territory wools are meeting with quick de
mifhd on the scoured basis of 50c and 52c for
fine medium and fine. '
Australian wools are nearly cleared up and
manufacturers are said to now realize that
these wools will be wanted. About all the fine
grades that were not shipped to Europe have
been purchased by a few leading manufac
turers..
Territory Wool— Montana and Dakota, fine
medium and fine, [email protected]; scoured, 50<ff52c; sta
ple, 53®55c; Utah, Wyoming, fine medium and
! fine. 15®17c; scoured. 49® 51c: staple, 53© 55 c;
' Idaho, * fine and medium and fine, 14®17c:
scoured, [email protected]; medium, [email protected]; scoured, [email protected]
46c.
Australian scoured basis:— Combing superfine,
78®80c; good, 74(5 76c: average, [email protected]
FOREIGN MARKETS.
LONDON. July 25.— Consols, 106%: Sliver,
27% d; French Rentes, lOW 45c. Wheat cargoes
off coast, buyers Indifferent operators; cargoes
on passage, quiet and steady; English country
markets, quiet.
j LIVERPOOL July 25.— Wheat, firm; No. 1
1 standard California. 6s [email protected] 2d; Wheat in
1 Paris, easy; Flour in Paris, weak; weather in I
j England, overcast.
COTTON— 3%d.
WHEAT— Spot firm; No. - red Western win
i ter, 5s 9d; No. 1 Northern spring, .is 10% d; No.
1 California. 6s<i7 6s Id. Futures— Steady; July, j
.> •*%•!; September, 5s 9d; December, 5s 10% d.
CORN— Spot steady; American mixed old,
3s id; July, nominal.
Receipts of Wheat during the past three days, j
207.000 centals, including 71,000 centals Ameri- ■
can.
Receipts of American Corn during the past j
three days, 195,200 centals.
PORTLAND'S BUSINESS.
PORTLAND, Or.. July 25.— Clearings, $751,- j
258; balances. $37,261.
NORTHERN WHEAT MARKET.
OREGON.
PORTLAND, Or., July 25.— Nominal quota- I
tions for Walla Walla wheat to-day were
from 5615 57 c, but there were no sales reported 1
at these prices and some of the exporters gave '
55c as the outside value for export- purchases. i
Valley remains stagnant at about 58c; Bluestem,' |
59c.
WASHINGTON.
TACOMA, Wash., July 25.— Wheat shows no j
change. Club remaining at 56c, Bluestem "3t.
LOCAL MARKETS.
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EXCHANGE . AND BULLION.
Sterling Exchange, 60 days ...... — $4 85
Sterling Exchange, sight • — 4 88%
Sterling Cables — 4 89%
New York Exchange, sight — 10
New York Exchange, telegraphic. — 12%
Mexican Dollars ...*". 49% 50
Fine Silver, per ounce. — 60%
WHEAT AND OTHER GRAINS.
WHEAT— Freights are quiet but steady at
32s 6d, usual options, . though 35s Is asked for
Barley ships. The chartered wheat fleet in port
has a registered tonnage of 36,000, against 12,
--400 tons on the same date last year; disen
gaged, 8845 tons, against 17,000; on the way to
this port, 204,860 tons, against 212,000.
WHEAT— The Chicago market advanced
slightly, news being rather more bullish. In
dications were for another hot- spell In the
Northwest. Receipts continued to decrease,
and wires from Minneapolis reported crop pros
pects in Minnesota reduced 20 per cent dur
ing the past fortnight. The bulls talked high
er, but were too timid to follow their convic
tions. The crowd were short and bearish on
lower cables toward the close, and raided the
market.
The local situation was unchanged, the de
mand on shipping account being .light. •
Spot Wheat— Shipping $1 [email protected] 07%; milling,
$1 08%@1 12%. .....
CALL BOARD SALES.
Informal Session— : o'clock— Booo ct"s.,
$1 12%; 14,000, $1 13.
Second Session— l4,ooo ctls., $1 12; 2000, $1 13%.
Regular Morning December— Booo
ctls.. 13%; 54,000. $113%; 16,000, $113%.
Regular Afternoon Session— 4ooo ctls., $1 13%;
6000, $1 134; 12.000, $1 13%.
BARLEY— The market continues weak and
the demand Is poor, both on shipping and local
•account. Spot stocks are still small. There
was quite a decline In futures. ■
Feed, new. 90<g»5c; Brewing, 97%[email protected]$l 02%;
old Brewing, $1 [email protected] 10; Chevalier, $1 12%@1 15
per ctl.
CALL BOARD SALES.
Informal Session— 9:ls December 2ooo
ctls., 87% c: 200, 87% c; 14,000. 87c: 6000, 86% c; 6000,
86% c; Seller, '99, new— lo,ooo, 85.'. '. - ''• " . •'■ -'
Second Session— December— 2ooo ctls., 87% c;
6000. 87% c. • ■':«. ■■■■'■
Regular Morning Session— December—
ctls., BSc; 10,000, 87% c; Seller '99, new— 6ooo, 86c;
4000, 86% c.
Afternoon Session— '99, new— 2ooo ctl».,
S6c; December— 2ooo,' 87% c.
OATS— The market continues In good shape
for sellers, receipts being moderate and the'
demand fair. New white are selling, at $125®
1 40, and new red at $1 074®1 15 per ctl.
• CORN— The market has not changed for some
time. Offerings are smaller than they have
been, but the demand Is nothing extra, i Small
round Yellow. $1 [email protected]; Eastern large Yellow,
$1 [email protected] 15; White. $1 1001 15; mixed,, $1 10* per
ctl.; California White, $1 174-31 22%. :
RYE— is quoted at [email protected]%c per ctl. The
demand is not as quick as a week ago.
BUCKWHEAT— NominaI. , _: V . '
FLOUR. AND MILLSTUFFS. '
FLOUR— California family extras, $3 60-3.1 75,
usual terms; bakers' extras, $3 [email protected] 55; Oregon
and Washington, $3 [email protected] 50 per bbl for extra.
$3 [email protected] 40 for bakers' and $2 [email protected] for j superfine.
MILLSTUFFS— in sacks are as fol
lows, usual discount to the trade: ; Graham
Flour, $3 25 per 100 lbs.; Rye Flour, $2 75; Rye
Meal, $2 50; Rice Flour, $7: Commeal, Is 2 50;
I extra {.ream Cornmeal, ; $3 25; Oatmeal, $4 5(W55
4 75: Oat Groats, $4 75; Hominy, .. $3 25#3 50;
Buckwheat Flour. $4-54 25; Cracked ' Wheat,
$3 75; Farina, $4 50; Whole Wheat Flour, $3 50;
Rolled Oats (barrels), $6 [email protected] 96; In sacks,
$6 [email protected] 75; Pearl Barley, $5; Split Peas, $4 50;
Green Peas, $5 per 100 lbs. , ', • i X-^fJ
HAY AND FEEDSTUFFS.
Receipts of Hay suddenly fell off to 340 tons,
but the excessive receipts of the preceding day
still hung over the market and business was
very dull. There was no change In prices.
Bran and Middlings are weak, but no lower.
The feeling in all feedstuffs Is easy. -
BRAN— $15 50® 16 50 per ton. • *
MIDDLINGS— $17 50&19 50 per ton. »
FEEDSTUFFS— RoIIed Barley, $21 per .ton;
Oilcake Meal at the will. [email protected]:_ jobbing,
$28 50-529;- Cocoanut Cake,, [email protected]; „, C0r 7 1 I nea . 1
-523 50©24 50; /Cracked Corn, $24!525; Mixed Feed,
$lE®l6; Cottonseed Meal, $24®26 per ton. _ .
Wheat, $7®9 for good and $9 50 for
choice; Wheat and Oat. $7®B *■»; Oat [email protected],
Barley. $5®7; Island Barley, $5®6; Alfalfa, [email protected]
7 50 per ton. i. >- "",:"•;
STRAW*— 2O®4Oc per bale.
BEANS AND SEEDS.
Beans continue firm, but the sharp advance
of a week ago is no longer kept up. There is
no change In Seeds. . •
BEANS— $1 90*3- ; Small White, $2 05®
3 15; Large White. $1 [email protected] SO; Pinks, $2 [email protected] 35;
Reds, nominal; Blackeye, $4 10®4 15; Butters,
nominal; Limas, $4 10®4 15; Pea. $2 [email protected] 25;
Red Kidneys, $2 50 per ctl. ?' '■- •■-'.
SEEDS— Brown Mustard, .nominal; Yellow
Mustard, 2%@3c; Flax, nominal; Canary Seed,
2%c per 'lb; Alfalfa, 8%@9%c; Rape, [email protected]%c;
Hemp, 4%®4%c; Timothy. 4%®5%c.
DRIED PEAS— Nlles, $1 [email protected] 60; Green, $1 5f
®2 per ctl. &yrs.7_ ■ /■ . .'.'.. .'
POTATOES, ONIONS AND VEGETABLES.
Onions are doing better. Potatoes show no
particular change.
Tomatoes continue to decline, with some left
on hand at the close. The market Is glutted
with Cucumbers .c and Summer Squash. Rhu
barb Is no longer worth quoting.
POTATOES — Garnet Chiles. $I®l 15; Early
Rose. [email protected]$l; Bin-hanks. T. .ccsjsl 15 per ctl in
sacks and ?lf/l 40 in boxes. •
ONIONS- 7O0&SOC per <-tl for Silverskins.
VEGETABLES— [email protected]$l 50 per box
for ordinary and $1 75®2 26 for fancy; Green.
Peas, 2®2%c per It); String Beans, 2%ia4c; Lima
Beans, oc; Cabbage. Eo'"f6oc; Tomatoes, 35®60c
per box; Rivers, 75c®$i 25; Stockton, 75c®$l;
Egg Plant, 75c®$l; Green Okra. 50c® $1 per
box; Garlic, 2® 3c; Green Peppers, 25® for
Chile and 75c®$l 25 per box for Bell; Carrots,
[email protected] per sack; Bay Cucumbers, 20®25c; Sum
mer Squash, 20®25c; Marrowfat Squash, [email protected] I !
per ton; Green Corn. 40ciQ$l 25 per sack for,
Vacavllle. $1 25®1 50 per crate for Alameda and
75(g85c for Berkeley.
POULTRY AND GAME.
Two cars of Eastern are expected to-day.
Local stock is weak and dull, though choice
young Poultry meets with fair demand.
: POULTRY— Live Turkeys, U®l2%c for Gob
blers and [email protected]%c for Hens; Young Turkeys,
16(f?lSc; Geese, per pair, $I®l 25; Goslings $1 25
<gl 50; Ducks, $3®4 for old and $3 50®5 for
young; Hens, $4 50®5 50; young Roosters, $5®
6; old Roosters, $4®5; Fryers, $4 50; Broilers.
$3®4 for large. $2 60&3 for small;' Pigeons, $1 50
@2 per dozen for old and $1 [email protected] for Squabs.
GAME— Doves, 75c per dozen.
BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS.
Although most- dealers quote 20c as the top
for Butter, some still report sales. at 21c, though
the former figure rules. The market is well
supplied. Cheese and Eggs are steady and
there is no accumulation of stock in either.
BUTTER—
Creamery— Fancy creamery, 20c; seconds. 19<".
.Dairy— Fancy, 17%®18e; good to choice, 16®
17c; store, 14liil5c per lb.
. CHEESE— Choice mild new, 9f?9%c; old. 8®
B%c; Young America. 9%@10c; Eastern. 13-5130.
EGGS— Quoted at 16®19c for store and 20®
23c per dozen for ranch; Eastern, 18%<H20c for
selected, 16®17c for No. 1 and [email protected] for sec
onds. ,',;^W- ;,-; ";«;«•■';;■-'•".' -V l '"
DECIDUOUS AND CITRUS FRUITS. .
The earners are paying the following prices:
Peaches. $20 for frees and $30 for clings; Apri
cots, $Sl®4s per ton. according to size and qual
ity and district; Bartlett Pears, [email protected] per ton;
Green and Yellow Plums, $15®23 per ton.
Most of the fruit came in late, and many
shipping orders had to be turned down in con
sequence. The market is still full of Peaches
and Apples, but Plums are getting scarcer
and are firm. Pears are clowly increasing in
supply, but prices -are' steady. There is no par
ticular change in Melons. . Apricots are steady,
with sales to canners at the quotations.' Ber
ries continue cheap.
. Valencia Oranges are doing better. Lemons
and Limes stand about the same.
DECIDUOUS FRUITS— '" '. /
Apples, 35c{?$l per box; Crabapples, 35®50c
per small box.
MERRlES— Blackberries, $3 [email protected] 50 per chest:
Strawberries, r <i;> "per chest for small and $1 50
®2 50 for large berries; Raspberries. [email protected] per
chest; Logan berries, ■ per chest; Huckle
berries, per lb. ■ I '
Watermelons. $s<ii2o per 100.
Cantaloupes, 50ci&$l Per box and $2®3 per
crate; Nutmegs, 50c®$l 75 per box and
per crate.
Grapes, black and white, [email protected] per box and
75c®$l 25 per crate. ■ 7~-£r?
Currants, $4 5006 ; per chest.
Pears. 25®50c per box, according to size;
Bartletts, KetM 25 per box. -.
Nectarines, [email protected] per box for white and 50c
®$1 fur red. ";-: - . '. '-■■■
Figs. for single and 75c(S$l 25 per box
for double layers of black and 65c for white.
Apricots, 40® 75c per box.
Peaches, 15«?50c per box and [email protected] per bas
ket. 'clw.'' ; '-;.- ; '*
Plums, -35®50c per box; Prunes, 65igS5c per
crate. ' •
CITRUS FRUlTS— Valencia Oranges, [email protected];
Lemons, 75c35l 50 for common and [email protected] for
good -to choice; Mexican Limes. $4®4 50; Cali
fornia Limes. per small box; Bananas,
31 50® 2 50 per bunch; Pineapples, [email protected] 50 per
dozen. * ;';'•.•,
DRIED FRUITS, NUTS AND RAISINS.
Peaches have again declined. Nectarines and
Peaches are selling in the -south at [email protected]%c in.
the sweatb ex. Apricots rule firm, with a good
demand at the high prices. Prunes are still
Uncertain, though the large sizes are in demand
for European export at the good prices quoted
below, Apples shew no further decline.
Honey Is in fair demand at the quotatt6ns.
Nuts are firm and In good request for future
delivery.
DRIED FRUITS (Old Crop)— Prunes, 6%c for
40-50' s, 5c for 56-60' s. 4c for 60-70- , 3i4®3%c for
70-40*8, 2%i_3'icfor 80-90' ,2%@2%c for 90-100's
and 2_2%c for 100-110's. * '
DRIED FRUITS (New Crop)— Prunes. In
sacks, 6'4c for 40-50' s, 5%c for 50-60' s, 4> 4 per
lb for 60-70' s, 3%c for 70-80*8, 3Vic for 80-90's
and 2%c for 80-lOC's; Apricots. P®llc for Royals
and i1%®12%c for Moornarks; Peaches, 7%@
7 ! -.-c: Evaporated Apples, 7%@Bc; Sun-dried, 5%
"@6c per lb; Nectarines, [email protected] per lb.
RAISINS— 3%c for two-crown, 4%c for three
crown, 5%c for four-crown, 4%@6c for Seedless
i Sultanas. 3%c for Seedless Muscatels and $1 20
for London layers; Dried Grapes, 2%®3c.
• NUTS— Chestunts. 7c per lb: Walnuts, s®Bc
' for hardshell, 10©llC for softsh.-ll; Chile Wal
> nuts, [email protected]_te; Almonds, new crop. 7%c for
Languedoc and 9%c for paper-shell; Pea
i nuts, [email protected] for Eastern and 4%®5c for ' Califo
rnia: Coooanuts, $4 [email protected] "
HONEY— Comb, ll%c for bright and 10% c for
light amber; water white extracted. 7%®7%c;
light amber extracted. 6' 2 ®7c; dark, 5%c
per lb. ,
BEESWAX— [email protected] per lb.
PROVISIONS.
Cured Meats continue firm, though this mar
ket Is below the parity, of the Eastern mar
kets. The demand Is good.
CURED MEATS — Bacon, B%c per ilb for
heavy. [email protected]%c for light medium, lie for light,
12% c for extra light and 13c for sugar cured;
Eeastern sugar-cured Hams, [email protected]%c; Califor
nia Hams, 12®12%c; Mess Beef, $13 per bbl;
extra Mess Beef. $14; Family Beef, [email protected] 30;
extra Prime Pork, $12 50;- extra clear, $16 50;
mess, [email protected] 50; Smoked Beef, 12c per lb.:
LARD— Tierces quoted at 5%@5%c per lb for
compound and 7c for pure; half barrels, pure,
7%c; 10-lb tins, B%c; 5-lb tins, B%c.
COTTOLENE — Tierces, 6%®6%c; packages,
less than 300 lbs, 1-lb pails. N In a case, 9%c;
3-lb palls, 20 In a case, B%c; 5-lb palls. 12 in a
case. B%c; 10-lb pails, 6 in a case, S%c; 50-lb
tins, 1 or 2 In a case, 7%c; wooden buckets, 20.
lbs net; B%c; fancy tubs, 80 lbs net, 7%c; half
barrels, about 110 lbs. 7%c.
HIDES, TALLOW, WOOL AND HOPS.
For new Hope local dealers are talking about
12%@15c per lb, though no sales are reported,,
as "the growers are generally refusing to con
tract. Wool 'is quiet, as assortments are so
reduced that there Is little stock here to work
on. Hides are steady and prices have-not
changed for some time.
.HIDES AND SKINS— CuIIs and brands sell
about lc under the quotations. Heavy salted
steers, [email protected]%c; medium, [email protected]%c; light, 9c;
Cowhides, 9c; Stags. 6c; Salted Kip. 9c: Calf,
10c; dry Hides, sound, 16c; culls and brands,
13c; dry Kip and Veal, 16c; dry Calf, 17c;
Sheepskins, shearlings, 20®30c each; short
Wool, [email protected] each: medium, 70®90c; long Wool,
! 90c®$l 10 each; Horse, Hides, salt, $2®2 25 for
' large and $1 2601 50 for small; Colts. 25®50c.
I . TALLOW— No. 1 1 rendered, 4®4%c per. lb; No.
' 2. 3®3%c; refined, : grease, 2®2%c.
! WOOL— Spring Clips— San Joaquin and South
-1 crn, 7 months, 8®llc; Foothill and Northern
I free, [email protected]; Foothill and Northern defective.
| 9Wllc; Nevada, [email protected]; San Joaquin Foothill
free. 10®12c; do defective, B®9c; Humboldt and
Mendocino, 16%@18c; Valley Oregon, 17<5)18c;
I Eastern Oregon, 12® 14c for choice and [email protected]%c
for - fair to good.
HOPS— crop, [email protected]%c per lb; 1899 crop,
12%®13c bid and refused. ■•:.-":-;',■ ! *
;. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
BAGS— The .flrmnesa In Grain Bags continues
and prices are a '■ fraction l higher again. ' Cal
cutta Grain Bags. s%iTi6c; Wool Bags, [email protected];
San Quentin Bags, . nominal. ; ■
Wellington. $8 per ton; New Welling
ton. $8; Southfield Wellington, $7 50; Seattle, $6:
Bryant, $6; Coos * Bay. $5;.- Wallsend. • $750;
Scotch, $8; Cumberland, $9 In .bulk and $10 50
In sacks: Pennsylvania Anthracite Egg, $12;
Cannel, . $8 per ton : • Rock - Springs and Castle
Gate,. $7 60; Coke, $12 per ton In bulk and $14 In
CORDAGE— ManiIa, 12c: Sisal. ll%c; Bale
Rope, lie: Duplex, lo%c . basis. . --
CANNED VEGETABLES— Pea^, 75®85c; As
paragus, $160®2 85; Tomatoes, [email protected]
CANNED FRUITS— ' $1 7601 30 for
black, and $1 75® 2 30 for white; Peaches, $1 25®
165; 'Pears, $1 [email protected] 75; Apricots, $1 20®1 85;
Plumß, [email protected]$l, 25.
COFFEE— Rica— for . prime
washed; 12%@13c for good washed; : 11%®12%c
for good to prime washed peaberry; [email protected]
good peaberry;. 10®12c for good to prime; [email protected]%c
nominal for good current mixed with black
beans; Bcg9%c for fair; 5%®7c for common to
ordinary. Salvador— [email protected] for good to prime
washed; B©9%C for fair washed; 10%@U%c for
good to prime washed peaberry; 7%@Bc for su
perior unwashed: 7%®7%c for good green un
washed : [email protected]%c for good *to prime unwashed
peaberry. Nicaragua— 7%@Bc nominal for good
to superior unwashed; 9e»9%c nominal for good
to prime unwashed peaberry. Guatemala and
Mexican— l4®l6c for prime to fancy washed;
pi® 12c for good to strictly good washed; 7%®
10c for fair washed; 6%®7%c for medium: 5®
6'ijC for inferior to ordinary: [email protected]%c for good
to prime washed peaberry; 9®e9%c for good un
washed peaberry; 7%®Bc for good to superior
unwashed. ' <-V.
PACIFIC CODFISH— Is quoted as follows:
Bundles, 4%c;' cases, selected, 5%c; imitation
Eastern, 6%c; strips, 7%®8%c; blocks, • 7%c;
tablets, B%c; middles, 7%®9%c; desiccated,
87% c, less 15 per cent.
LEATHER— SoIe, heavy, 25®28c per lb; Sole
Leather, medium, 25®26c: Sole Leather, light,
25®26c; rough Leather, heavy, 25Ji26c; rough
Leather, light, [email protected]: ■ Harness ! Leather,
heavy, 32/5330; Harness Leather, medium, 30®
32e; Harness Leather, light. [email protected]; Collar
Leather, 15ifil6c . per foot ; Kip, finished, 40®
45c per lb: Veal, finished. • 50®55c : Calf, finished,
75c®5120: Sides, finished, [email protected] per foot; Belt
Knife Splits, [email protected]; rough Splits, [email protected]
per lb. ...
. OlL— California Castor Oil, cases,- No. 1, 75c;
pure, $110; Linseed Oil, in barrels, boiled, 47c;
raw,.. 45c: cases, 5c more; Lard Oil. extra.win
ter strained, barrels, 47c; No. 1, 42% c: cases 5c
more; China Nut, 50c -per gallon; pure Neats
foot Oil, barrels, 60c; cases, 65c; Sperm, pure,
60c: Whale Oil, natural white, 32% c; Pacific
Rubber Mixed Paints, white and house colors,
$1 25®1 35 per gallon; wagon colors, [email protected] 25 per
gallon. '"•■'■"•'..
PETROLEUM, GASOLINE AND' NAPHTHA
— Water white Coal Oil In bulk, ll%c per gal
lon; Pearl Oil, in cases, 16% c; Astral Oil, 16%o;
Star Oil, 16% c; Extra Star OUz-O'^c;. Elaine
Oil, 21 %c; Eocene Oil. 18% c: .Deodorized Stove
Gasoline, in bulk, 16c; in cases, 21c; Benzine,
in bulk, 15% c; In cases, 20% c: 86 degree Gaso
line, In- bulk, 21c; -In cases, 2fic. •. •»
CANDLES— Electric Light Candles, 6s, 16 or,
B%c; 6s, 14 oz, 7%c; 6s, 12 oz, 6%c; 6s, 10 oz.
5%c; 12s. 12 oz. 7%c; Granite (Mining) Candles
—6s, 16 oz, 9%c; -6s. 14 oz. 8%o; 6s, 12 oz. 7%c:
I 6s, 18 oz, 6%c. Parafiine Wax Candles— 2s,
4s and 6s, white, 9%c; 12s, 10% c; colored, lc
higher.
. WHITE LEAD— at 5%®6c; Red Lead
and Litharge, 5%®6c per lb.
TURPENTINE— In cases, 61c; in iron barrels,
56c: in wooden barrels. 58c. . t '-.-■:.
■ LUCOL— Boiled, barrels, 42c; raw, barrels,
40c; cases, 5c more. .■'■■ . ■':■■■:
QUICKSILVER— S43 50 per flask for local use
and $40 for export.
SUGAR— The Western Sugar Refining Com
pany quotes, terms net cash. in 100-tb bags:
Cubes. A Crushed and -' Fine ("rushed. ' 5%c;
Powdered, 5%0; Candy Granulated, 5%c; cry
Granulated, 5%c: Confectioners' A. 5%c: Cali
fornia A, 4%c; Magnolia A. 4%c; Extra C. 4%c;
Golden C, 4%c; barrels, l-16c more; half-barrels,
%c more; boxes, %c more; 50-tb bags, %c more.
No order taken for less than 75 barrels or Its
equivalent. Domlnos,- half-barrels, 5%c; boxes,
6%c per lb. -:* ' f. ;■■.:
DUMBER..
Shipment of 600,000 feet, valued at $10,000, to
Guayaquil,
LUMBER— Retail prices are as follows: Pine,
ordinary sizes, $16®17; extra sizes, higher;
• Redwood, $17'&1S for No. 1, and [email protected] for No.
_; Lath. 4 feet, $2 20®2 30; Pickets. $18; Shin
gles. $1 50®1 76 for common, and $2 75 for fancy;
Shakes, $11 for split and $12 for sawn; Rustic,
$21®27.
SAN FRANCISCO MEAT MARKET.
The situation remains about the same. Veal
Is unsettled and is firm or weak according as
the day's supply is • light or otherwise. Beef
and Mutton are unchanged. Hogs are firm at
the high prices and arrivals are light.
Wholesale rates from slaughterers to dealers:
BEEF— per lb for Steers and 6^@7c for
Cows. -■•-- '
- VEAL— B®IOc per lb. -*. ~
MUTTON— 7c; Ewes, 6%c per lb.
LAMB— 8c per lb.
PORK— Live Hogs, 5%>&5%C for small, 6c for
medium and 5%®5%c for large; stock Hogs and
Feeders, 5%c; dressed Hogs, 7®B%c.
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
For Tuesday, July 25.
Flour, qr sks .... 25.573 Pelts, bdls ...... 378
Wheat, ctls 23.622 Leather, rolls 130
Barley, ctls 63.917 Quicksilver, flks. 25
Oats, ctls 1,930 Eggs, doz 16,9".'i
Cheese, ctls 53 Hides. No 919
Butter, ctls 297 Hay, tons 340
Beans, sks 350 Straw, tons 5
Potatoes, sks 4,072 Wool, bags ...... 136
Onions, sks 650 Sugar, bbls ...... 2,800
Bran, sks 540 Brandy, gals 4.700
Middlings, sks .. 103 Wine, gals 30,500
OREGON.
Oats, ctls 310 </■-■
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
City and County of San Francisco to Alex
ander and Llllle-Levlson, lot on E line of Bu
chanan street, 137:6 S of "Turk, S 18 by E 137:6;
I •
San Francisco Lumber Company to Minnie
Bond, lot on W line of Clayton street, 125 N
of Page, N 25 by W 106:3; $6500.
Tnomas Graham to Anna B. Howe, . lot on
SW line of Ninth street, 150 NW of Bryant,
NW 25 by SW 100; $10.
Elizabeth A. Whittle (wife of Albert M.) to
Hannah Batehelder (wife of G. H.), lot on S
line of Hancock street, 205 W of Sanchez, W
25 by S 114; $10.
Mary E.. Arthur J.. Alice B. and Dora Dew
ing to Edward G. Duisenberg, lot on S line
of California street, 25 W of Mason, W 62:6 by
S 60; $10.
George T. and Sophie L. Wright to Joanna
M. Wright, lot on N line of Lombard street,
137:6 W of Jones. W 684 by N 137:6; $'■).
. Cornelius Mooney (by Murray F. Vandall,
commissioner) to German Savings • and Loan
Society, lot on SE line of City Hall avenue
(Park), 600 NE of City Hall Square, NE 25. by
SE 100, City Hall lot 20: $6315. .
German Savings and Loan Society to Frank
McDonough, same; $10.
Bedelle Boyd to same, same (quitclaim deed);
no.
, Frank McDonough to Cornelius Mooney,
same; $10.. •-- '....:*• -'''.. ■:.*'■
Cutting Packing Company to Cutting Fruit
Packing Company, lot on W corner of Seventh
and Channel streets. SW 3CO by NW 240; $10.
Cutting Fruit Packing Company to California
Fruit Canners' Association, same; also prop
erty outside of county and all property In San
Francisco County; $10.
Potrero Nuevo Land Company (corporation)
to Joseph B. Coryell, lot on NW corner ol"
Alameda and Rhode Island streets, N 360 by W
200; also lot on NW corner of Sixteenth (Cen
ter) and Wisconsin streets, N 400 by W 200
(quitclaim deed); $10.
Carrie E. and Henry S. Bridge to Edward
A Noltlng, lot on W line of Twenty-second
avenue. 100 S of Lake street, S 25 by W 120;
$10. "- / : ---;,
Julius and Emma Meyer to Robert F. Buck
nam, lot on S line of Allison street, 125 NW of
Cross, NW 25 by SW 120, a portion of lot 79,
Bernal Homestead Association, lot 612, gift
map 2; $10.
Alameda County. ;r1 ~
Peter W. and , Elizabeth J. Anderson to
Chester M.- Thompson, lot on W line of Moss
avenue, commencing at dividing line between
lots 12 and 13, block T, revised map of Oak
land Heights, S 50.48, W 238.87, N 54.365. E
218.75 to beginning, being the N portion of lot
12. block T, revised map Oakland Heights, Oak
land; $10.
Mary K. and William W. Crane to Ellen L.
Crane, lot on NW line of Thirteenth avenue,
155:9 NE of East Twenty-fourth street. NE
69:3, NW 150, SW 75, SE 25:6, NE.5:9. SE 124:6
to beginning, block 150. same. East Oak
land: $10. . ' \
Mary Deike to City of Oakland, lot 749 Yon
map showing' lands to be taken for opening
Commerce ' street from East Twelfth to East
Twenty-second - street, East Oakland, quit
claim deed; $725. t
Mountain View Cemetery Association to J.
Henry Strachan, lot 76 in plat 40, Mountain
J View Cemetery, Oakland Township; $99. -; ■:.-::-
B. Kelsey to John E. Macdonald, lots 4 and
| 5, block C, Falrvlew Tract, Oakland Town
ship, quitclaim deed; $5. ■
Auguste Duhem to John E. Macdonald. lot
j on W line of Pleasant Valley avenue. 75 N of
' Orange. N 50 by W 125. being lots 4 and 5,
block C. amended map Falrvlew Tract, Oak
land Township: $10.
■ Alameda Building and Loan Association to
John Hickey, lot on E line Bay street, 100 N
of Santa Clara avenue (familiarly Jefferson
avenue), N 25 by E 150, being lot 41, block 28,
I Mary A. Fitch homestead, Alameda; $5.
George J. Curtis to John B. Halsted, lot on
! N line Seventh street. 75 E of Clay. E 50 by N
I 100, being -lots 27. and 28, block 75, Oakland,
quitclaim deed; $10.
William P. Lamb to Alice F. Lamb, lot on
E line Fourth avenue. 50 SW of E Nineteenth
street. SW 50 by SE 125, block 103. Clinton,
East Oakland; gift. :.\
Henry Z. and Sarah M. Jones to. Walter J.
Moore, lots 3 and 4, block B. Allendale Annex,
Brooklyn Township: -$10.
. Builders' Contracts.
Alexander Boyd (owner) with S. H. Kent
(contractor), architects Copeland A Pierce.
Carpenter and mill ■ work, lathing, plastering,
tinning ant" galvanized Iron work, glass, glaz
ing and hardware for alterations and additions
to a 4 -st cry and basement ' brick building on
NE corner of Market and Front streets, 100 on
Market and 113:10 on Front: $5500. -
Simt (owner) with Richard Rice (contractor),
architects Same. .Plumbing, gas fitting and
sl»tm heating for same on same; $3316.' -
Same (owner), with Cahlll-Hali Elevator
Company (contractors), architects same. Hoist
ing ropes, cage and grill work for elevator for
same on same;, $2150. • •-
Same (owner), with H. W. Hannemann (con
tractor), architects same. Painting, graining,
interior woodwork, finishing, tinting for same
on same; $1300. r ' '_-
John and Agnes M. Agar, trustees, by A. S.
Baldwin, attorney (owners), with Mahony
1 Bros, (contractors), architect . Albert Pissl_.
All work except grading and excavating, for
brick building with basement on SW line of
Market street. 125 SW of Sixth, S 165, W 75, N
75 E 25, N "90, E 50; $61,350. . >•
H. and S. Sachs (owners) with Josef F.
Forderer (contractor), architects Salfleld A
Kohlberg— Tinning and galvanized • Iron work
for alterations and additions to a '4-story' and
basement brick building on lot SW corner of
Bush and Battery streets, W 137:6 by 32:2;
$1431. .
William F. Ambrose (owner) with A. Stevens
(contractor), architects | Havens - A -Tqepke— All
alterations and additions : for a 2-story ■ frame
dwelling :on lot on SE corner of Fulton and
Stelner streets, 27:6 on Stelner and 110 on Ful
ton; $1180. V • ' *
THE STOCK MARKET.
Securities were fairly active on the morning
session, and Giant Powder advanced to $72 50,
Alaska Packers to $116 50 and Contra Costa
Water to $77 50. ~f ,- :..-.'
.In the afternoon Alaska Packers advanced
still further to $118. Contra Costa Water sold
up. to $78,. but weakened off* again.
Mining stocks showed no change worthy of
note. The telegram from the pump said: -
"Elevator No. 1 is working steadily. At 6:30
o clock this morning the water was down 14
feet below the 1950 level station.*'
. The Grass Valley Exploration Company,
operating the W. Y. O. D. mine, has declared
Its third dividend at the rate of 25c per share,
amounting to $7500, making a total of $30,000
to date, under the new regime.
--■ The Boston and Montana Mining Company
has declared a quarterly' dividend of $4 per
share and an extra dividend of $6, payable Au
gust 1, to stockholders of record of July 27.
The Spanish Bar Gold Mining Company of.
Calaveras County has levied an assessment of
2c per share, delinquent August 21.
At the recent annual meeting of the Dexter
Mining Company of Tuscarora, New, a new
board of directors and officers, was elected,
Composed of John Dern, president; J. S. Lakin,
vice president; S. B. Mllner E. O. Lee and
H. C. Southworth. . George E. Airis was ap
pointed secretary and treasurer. During the
past fiscal year the Dexter mine produced 19,994
tons of ore," which, after being milled and
cyanided, yielded gold bullion and gold dust
of the aggregate value of $155,347 31. Improve
ments costing ■ $64,969 04 were made. Recently
a vein of ore was struck In an upraise above
the 230 level that gave average assays of
$379 75 per ton, carrying a large amount of free
gold. - •-;:■ • . -Vjc.r \.'l :
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
TUESDAY. July 25—2 p. m.
Bid.Ask. i Bid. Ask.
Bonds— Mutual El Co. — _ 15%
is quar c0up.. 112 — Oakland Gas... 47 48
4s quar reg... — — Pac Gas Imp.'. 72% 73%
4s quar new.. — — p ac _, Co 41% 42
3s quar coup.. — 109% S F G & E.... 72 72%
Miscellaneous San Fran .... 3% 2%,
Cal-st Cab 55.115 — Stockton Gas.. 12 —
C C Wat /.11l — Insurance— V :
EL & P 65....1 30% — Firem's Fund. 22o —
F & CI Ry 65.116%118 Bank Stocks—
Geary-st R ss. — . 95 Anglo-Cal .... — 167%
H C & S 5%5.107% — Bank of Ca1. ..285 290
L A Ry 55.... 106 106% -*al S D & T.. — 98 .
L A LCo «s.. 99 — First Nationl.223 230
Do gntd 65.. 99 — |Unn P & A.... 129% —
Do gntd 55..— 100 cMer Exchange — 16
Market-st 65... — 127 iN'ev Nat Bk. ..ISO — '
Do Ist M 58.116% — Savings Banks—
N* CN G R 7s.HO — Ser S & L..1620 -1700
N Ry Cal 65.. — 114 Hum S & L.1050 1160
N R of Cal 55. 114 — . Mutual Say.. — 42%
N* PC R R 6s. — — 5 F Say U.. 495 —
NP C R'-R 55. 105 — 3& L 50.... — 85
N Cal R R 55. 11 l — security SB— 300
OG L & H 55. 1'1l — Union T Co.. — 1465
Oak Transt HO".' 110% j Street Railroads—
Dm C Rv 65.. .127 130 [California ....116 —
P & CI Ry 68.104%— Geary 50 —
P & o*6s 115 — Market St' 62% 63
Powell-st . .'US 122% Dak S L & H. — —
Sac El Rv ss. — — Presidio — 16
S F & N P 56. — 113% Powder—
PF & S JV3.5.114%115 California .... — —
Sierra R Ca165.108% — E Dynamite... — 95
S P of A 63.. .111% — Giant. Con Co. 72% —
S P C 65(1905).H2 112% Vigorit .. 2% ■ 3
' S P C 65<1906). — 114% Sugar
s' P C 65(1912). - 122% Hana P C 0.... 17 , 17%
S P C Is eg ss. — 107% Haw C & " C. 97%100
S P Br 6s — 125% Hutch S P Co. 31% 32
' S V Wat 65....115%116 Kllauea S Co* — 30
S V Wat 45.:..104%104% Makaweli S C. 47% 48
SV W 4s(3dm)lol — Dnomea S Co. 39 40
Stktn Gas 65.. 102% — Paauhau S P. 39% 39%
Water Stocks— I Miscellaneous—
Contra Costa.. 77% — Al Pac Assn.. ll6 116
Marin Co 50 — Ger Ld *Vk5..250 —
Spring Va11ey.101%102% Mer Ex Assn. 90 —
Gas and Electric— Ocaanlc S Co. 90 91
Capital Gas...— — IPacAFA.... 1% —
Central G Co.. — — iPac C Bor C 0.134 130
Cent L & P... — 7 J Par Paint Co.. 8% —
Eqult G L Co. — 4% I
Morning Session.
Board —
. 10 Alaska Packers' Assn 116 50
50 Contra Costa Water 76 50
300 Contra Costa Water 77 00
100 Contra Costa Water ..: 77 12%
15 Contra Costa Water 77 25
400 Contra Costa Water 77 »0
190 Giant Powder Con 72 50
35 Giant Powder Con 72 37%
25 Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar 97 50
50 Hutchinson S P Co 31 50
$2000 N P C R R 5 per cent bonds 105 25
25 Paauhau S P Co , 39 62%
12000 S F & S J V bonds 115 00
7 Spring Valley Water 102 00
$5000 I" S 3 per cent bonds 109 12%
Street—
$5000 Market Street Cable 6 per ct bd5..127 00
■Afternoon Session.
Board— "• "; . ■'__ __ ■ %
20 Alaska Packers' Assn US 00
5 Alaska Packers' Assn : 117 76
35 Contra Costa Water 77 60
260 Contra Costa Water 78 00
• 60 Contra Costa Water 77 87%
75 Contra Costa Water 77 75
100 Giant Powder Con 72 50
25 Giant Powder Con 72 62%
15 Giant Powder Con 72 75
•5 Market Street Railway 63 00
20 Market * Street Railway ...'. 62 87%
25 Oceanic S S Co 90 25
140 Oceanic S S Co 90 00
95 Paauhau S P Co 39 50.
100 Vigorit Powder ..-. '. 2 75
INVESTMENT BOARD. "
Morning Session.
. Board—
25 Contra Costa Water «.. 76 00
35 Market Street Railway 63 00
50 Hana Plantation Co 17 10
20 Spring Valley Water 102 00
Afternoon Session. ;.V'.:.":-i
Board— - ' > _
30 Contra Costa Water 77 50
25 Contra Costa Water 77 [6
25 Contra' Costa Water 77 87%
20 Hutchinson S P Co 31 7a
30 Hutchinson S P Co 31 _?'*
10 Oceanic S S Co t - 90 00
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND EXCHANGE
BOARD.
Morning Session.
Board— l_\ *«1? ~ "'?•*.
10 Contra Costa Water 7» 7o
50 Equitable Gas * 37%
40 Giant Powder Con 72 00
20 Spring Valley Water 102 12%
100 Vigorit Powder 3 00
Afternoon Session.
Board— _,'_„
50 Contra Costa Water 77 25
40. Giant Powder Con 72 37%
25 Hutchinson S P Co 31 37%
10 Hawaiian Commercial Co 97 25
SO Market Street Railway 62 62%
• MINING STOCKS.
Following -were the sales in the. Ban Francisco
Stock Board yesterday: \ . .-„.; •'".■.■'■•"-"
Morning Session.
200 Belcher 27 200 Hale & Norcrs 35
100 Best & Belcher 51 100 Potosi 52
100 Con Cal & Va.2 05 450 Syndicate ...... 05
100 Gould & Curry 40 SO Standard 240
Afternoon Session. .
200 Andes __ I 800 Crown Point... 25
100 Belcher 21 1 300 Mexican ....... 57
300 Best & Belcher 55 500 Ophir •" 1 10
500 Bullion 08 500 Overman ..:.... .10
500 Chollar 24 500 Potoqi .......... 53
500 Con Cal & Va.2 10 500 Sierra Nevada. 62
1000 Con Imperial... 02 200 Union Con .... 33
Following were the sales in the Pacific Stock
Board yesterday: . . ~- ' ■ • ' '• V-'
Morning Session.
100 Best & Belcher 52 300 Potosi 51
300 Bullion 09 500 Seg Belcher..... . 07
1100 Potosi .... —•• 52,--;.". *,<-;';
Afternoon Session.
300 Alta •• OS 700 Ophir ..1 10
200 Andes " 1000 Ophir 112%
•'OO Best & Belcher 53 500 Overman 10
100 Challenge Con. 24 200 Potosi ...62.
400 Con Cal & V...2 10 ; 300 Potosi 53
100 Con Cal & V.2 07% 500 Seg Belcher.... 06
800 Mexican 57 200 Sierra Nevada. 62
200 Mexican .... 581 lx'-' ? V .
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
TUESDAY. July 25—4 p. m.
Bid. Ask. -. ' Bid. Ask.
Alpha ..." 03 04 Justice : ......... 07 09
Alta ....07 08 Kentuck — 04
Andes IS 19 Lady Wash 01 02
Belcher 26 27 Mexican 57 58
Best & Belcher 54 55 Occidental ..... 23- 25
Bullion OS 09 Ophir 10 115
Caledonia 59 60 Overman 10 11
Chollar 23 24 Potosi ..' 52 54
Challenge Con.. 24 25 Savage 22 23
Confidence ..... 84 90 Scorpion 02 03
Con Cal & Va.2 10 215 Seg Belcher .... — 06
Con Imperial .. — 02 Sierra Nevada. 61 62
Crown Point .. 24 25 Silver Hill .... 01 03
Eureka Con 50 —Syndicate 05 —
Con New York. — 03 Standard .......2 40 . —
Exchequer ...-.;— 04 St. Louis _„..'. 10 —
Gould & Curry 40 41 Union Con 36 37'
Hale & Norcrs 31 36 Utah .*. 11 12
Julia 02, 03 Yellow: Jacket. 33 35
ASSESSMENTS PENDING.
Company.
No.
In the
Board.
Day of
Bala.
Gould * Curry.... 84 (..July 3 ..July 27 10
Con. Imperial .... 42 I. .July 171. .Aug. 101 nj
Best & Belcher..! 67 I.. July 301.. Aug. 25 10
Justice ..I 65 (..Aug. 5!.. Aug. 29 10
Ophlr ...;...'....... I 75 |. .Aug. 61. .Aug. 28) 16
Alpha. I 22 ..Aug. 121.. Sept. 71 03
Belcher.. I 61 ' I. .Aug. 141. Sept 61 10
Sierra Nevada.... 1116 )..A"er. 161 . .Sent. 7' 1*
; Challenge 27 [..Aug. 131,. Sept. 141 10
Cho'lar ...'....... I 49 Aug. 2lj.. Sept. 14 15
TIME BALL.
Branch Hydrographlc Office, U. S. N., Mer
chants' Exchange, San Francisco, . Cal
July 25, 1899. •-■-...... ...... . •.
- The time ball on the tower of - the * new Ferry
building was dropped at exactly noon to-day—
1. c., at noon of the 120 th meridian, or at • 8
o' clock. p. ■ m. Greenwich time. '
C. G. CALKINS, *
Lieutenant Commander ,*U, S.N., in charge.
■•*-
SUN, MOON AND TIDE.
United (States. Coast ■ and Geodetic Survey
- Times and Heights ■ of. High and- Low
: Waters at * Fort Point, . entrance to San
Francisco ; Bay. Published |by official au
thority of the Superintendent. .'.-;•"'
NOTE— [ high • and • low - waters occur at
AUCTION SALES.
AUCTION, THIS DAY,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26.
§50,000 Worth of CHINESE AND JAPA-
NEBJ FANCY GOODS.
At 2 and 8 p. m. Sharp.
39 GEARY STREET.
This stock comprises the most extensive line
of Cloisonne and Old Gold Satsuma Wares ever
offered at Auction .in this City; also over
$30,000 worth of Silks. Piece Goods and Ladies'
and Gentlemen's Underwear. Silk Robes, and a
full line of Ivory and Bronze Goods, all to be
closed out, regardless of cost, by
AUCTION
At 2 and 8 p. m., daily
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CREDITORS
Respectfully. SUN FAT & CO.
C. P. TROY & CO.. Auctioneers.
One hundred seats reserved for ladies.
NO SMOKING ALLOWED.
tCT'N. B.— There will be five costly presents
given away, free of charge, to the ladles who
arrive promptly at our sales, at 2 p. m. sharp.
Also, five elegant presents given away each
evening at 8 o'clock- sharp. '*.!';'■':■,
the . city front (Mission T street wharf) about
twenty-five minutes- later than at Fort Point;
the height of tide is the same at both places.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26.
Sun rises 5:08
Sun sets 7:24
Moon rises 9:29 p. m.
C I Time Time Time Time
2- Ft. Ft. Ft. Ft.
? H W L, w ■ H W L, W
25 ... 0:34 5.9 7:01—0.4 1:55 5.5 7:26 1.8
26... 1:30 5.5,7:45 0.2 2:34 5.6 8:29 1.5
27 ... 2:30 4.9 8:32 0.8 3:14 6.7 9:31 1.2
.28 ... 3:36- 4.4 9:19 1.4 4:00 5.8 10:40 0.9
29 ... 4:56 4.0 10:09 2.0 4:51 5.8 11:52 0.5
50... '6:26 3.8 11:05! 2.5 5:46 5.9
ID W H TV! ' L. \V| H W
31 ...| 1:04 0.2 • 7:56 3.9 12:09[ 2.9 6:4.4 5.9
. . .
NOTE— In the above exposition of the tides
the early morning tides are given, in the left
hand column and the successive tides of the
day in the order of occurrence as to time. The
second time column gives the second tide of
the day, the third time column the third tide
and the last or. right hand column gives the
last tide of the day, except when there are but
three tides,, as sometimes occur. The heights
given are additions to the soundings on the
United States Coast Survey charts, except
■when a minus sign — preceded the height,
and then the number given is subtracted from
the depth given by the charts. The plane of
reference is the mean of the lower low waters.
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE.
Steamer. I From. I Due.
Areata juoos «ay |Juiy -*
Umatilla '"-torta & Puget Sound M
Pomona IHumboldt IJuly 2«
Aloha [Point Arena..: .|July 28
Corona fSan Diego IJuly 27
Samoa ."...JTacoma [July 27
Chas. Nelson... St. Michael. July 27
Wellington Departure Bay July 27
Titania (Nanaimo (July 27
Mr. ana ; .Sydney July <
Point Arena IPoint Arena July 28
Czarina. (Puget Sound (July 28
City ot Peking. China ana Japan Juiy -j
Columbia Portland July 2*
Bonita Newport July 23
Curacao ... Mexico' July 29
Weeott ....:.... Humboldt July 29
Washtenaw [Tacoma -. July 29
Coquille River.. Grays Harbor July 30
Gaelic : China and Japan July 30
City of Sydney. Panama July 30
City of Puebla. (Victoria & Puget Sound July 31
Crescent City... Crescent City July 31
Santa Rosa San Diego July 31
Robt. Adamson. Nanaimo July 31
North F0rk..... Humboldt Aug. 1
Coos Bay Newport Aug. 2
State California Portland Aug. 3
STEAMERS TO SAIL.
Steamer, I Destination, j 'Sails. I Pier.
Fulton (Humboldt .July 26, 2 pm, Pier 20
Australia .-Honolulu July 26. 2 pmIPW I
America M. China & Japan July 26, 1 pm|PMSS
Aloha ......(Point Arena.. (July 27, 3 pm|Pier 2
• State of Cal Portland July 27, 10 am|Pter 24
Coos Bay... Newport.. July 27. « amlP'er 11
Colon ...... (Panama.. July 28. 12 mIPMSS
Pomona ... Humboldt July 28, 2 pm!Pier 9
Areata .... Coos Bay July 28, 10 arm Pier 13
Homer ..... St. Michael... July 20, 3 pm Pier 24
Corona (San Diego July 29, 11 am Pier 11
Umatilla ..'Vic & Pgt July 3«. 10 ami Pier 9
Weeott ....(Humboldt 'July 30, 2 pm I Pier 13
Pt Arena.. 'Point Arena.. I July 31. 2 pm|Pler 2
Bonita . (Newport I July 31, 9 ami Pier 11
Columbia Portland Aug. 1, 10 am (Pier 24
City Peklng'China&JapanlAug. 1, 1 pm PMSS
Bertha .... St. Michael...! Aug. 1 !
Coquille R. Grays Harbor Aug.- 2. '
Santa Rosa|San Diego 'Aug. 2. 11 am Pier 11
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
ARRIVED. "
Tuesday, July 25.
Stmr Lacuna, Ericcson, 25 hours from Bear
Harbor. •■* r-'l ''"'"- i "' , . :
Stmr Navarro, Higgins, 21 hours from Usal.
Stmr Weeott, Burtis, 24 hours from Eureka.
. Stmr Bertha. Thomas, S days 22 hours from
St Michael and Unalaska.
Stmr South Coast, Olsen, 35 hours from
Hueneme. '"'-i -. ;'.' ''•'■"' , _ _,
Stmr Rival, Johnson, 17 hours from Fort
Bragg. "* ' » • ""*-
Stmr Coos Bay. Hall. 84 hours from Newport
and way ports. '
Aus stmr Slam, Raicich, 82 hours from Na
nalmo. ■''777. --<y
CLEARED. .
-.-.', Tuesday, July 25.
Stmr Newport, Saunders, Manila, via Hono
lulu: US Government.
Br ! stmr Bristol, Mclntyre, Nanaimo; R
Dunsmulr's Sons Co. _. .'•'"■
Br ship Balclutha. Jobson, Port Townsend;
J J Moore A Co.
SAILED.
Tuesday, July 25.
Stmr Santa Rosa, Alexander, San Diego.
Stmr Walla Walla, Gage, Victoria and Port
Townsend. -■ '"V -;::.
Stmr Newsboy, Fosen, Usal.
Stmr Greenwood. Fagerlund, .
Stmr Gipsy, Leland. Santa Crua.
Stmr Willamette. Hansen, Seattle.
Ship Hecla, Nelson, Tacoma and Sydney.
' Tug sea Queen, Smith, Fort Bragg, with bktn
Wrestler In tow. .
Bktn Wrestler, Nielsen. Guayaquil, via Fort
Bragg, In tow tug Sea Queen.
Schr Monterey, Beck, Bowens Landing.
Schr Beulah, Mitchell, Wlllapa Harbor. •
TELEGRAPHIC.
POINT LOBOS, July 25, 10 p Weather
foggy; wind south: velocity 12 miles.
';;rc : ;,::;- CHARTERS. • ' [' : i 'i -■>
The Bermuda loads wheat at Portland for
Europe, 36s 3d.
The Lake Leman loads lumber at Port Blake
ley for Valparaiso, owners' account.
.;; ■".' ;'i-".:i' SPOKEN. '
• July 7, lat 6S. lon 33 W— Stmr Miami, from
Baltimore, for San Francisco.
July 7, lat 15 N, lon 26 W— Br ship Cambus
kenneth, from Shlels. for San Francisco.
June 26, lat'7 S, lon 31 W— ship Arthur
Fltger, from Antwerp, for San Francisco.
June 23, lat 19 S, lon 37 W— bark Inver
cauld, from Swansea, for San Francisco.
July 6, lat 12 N, lon 27 W— bark Oriffel.
from Antwerp, for Oregon.
July 12, lat 40 N, lon 43 W— bark Norma,
from Oregon, for Queenstown.
$_■* DOMESTIC PORTS.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived July Brig
Courtney Ford, from St Michael. -•• -.-'.:•.-■■--
FORT BRAGG— Arrived July Stmr Novo,
hence July 24. ' . v /.<_■- -
TACOMA — Sailed July '25 — Ship Dashing
Wave, - for Honolulu. -'"•':„'•*•
; COOS BAY— Arrived July 25— Stmr . Luella,
hence July 22. ' i
Sailed July 25— Schr Gotama, for San Fran
cisco.
EUREKA— \ July 25— Schr Lottie Car- ,
son,, for San Pedro;- schr Rio Rey. for San
Francisco; schr Occidental, for San Francisco >
stmr Pomona, for San Francisco;, stmr Ruth,
for San Francisco. „
Arrived July Stmr • Pasadena, from San
Pedro; stmr Scotia, from Rockport.
PORT LOS . ANGELES— SaiIed July 24-Stmr
Alcazar, for- San Francisco. July 25 Stm^»
Whttesboro. for . • - '■ .;
BOWENS LANDING— SaiIed July 25— Schr,
Newark, for San . Francisco. I
i . MENDOCINO— Arrived July '25— Stmr Point
I Arena, hence July 24.
ALBlON— Sailed July 25— Stmr Aloha, for San -
! Francisco.
■ ASTORIA— July Schr Pioneer, for
San Francisco. . ■'■ • .
PORT LUDLOW— Sailed July 25— Stmr Bruns
wick, for, San Francisco. :•;■'* -:" ; .'-' J.
EASTERN PORTS.
PHILADELPHIA— CIeared July 24— Ship E B
• Sutton, for San Francisco. -. ,-.
' ■ FOREIGN PORTS.
' SYDNEY— July 25— Br stmr Warri
moo, from Vancouver. '
NEWCASTLE, Arrived July 24— Bark
James Nesmlth, from Delagoa Bay,' to load for
San -Francisco. .
Sailed July Bark Abby Palmer, for Hono
lulu. ■ " --■."■', -7 • . .. ----^ -'
' HONGKONG— SaiIed July 10— bark Sofala,
for Port Angeles. July 22— Br stmr Monmouth
shire, for Oregon. S
• Arrived ' July 23— Br stmr Carmarthenshire,
from; San Diego. ;". " • --'-"..
■ SHANGHAI— SaiIed May I— ltal bark Cavour.
for Port Townsend, via Singapore.
MANILA— j July 24— U S stmr Sheri
dan, hence June 23. . "' '
- CEBU— July 22— Br ship Simla, for
Port Angeles. - _ . , '
FALMOUTH— Arrived July 24— Ger ship Peru,
from Oregon. ' '. • '
" BRISBANE— Arrived July. 22— Br stmr War
rlmoo. from Vancouver.
'■ JUNIN— In port. July 20— Br ship Halewood,
hence April 14. - ,•-•-.. '•
LONDON— In port July 16— ship Kelburn,
for San Francisco. • ■" ■ -.-•-.- ■
YOKOHAMA— Arrived July 23— Br stmr Em
press -of- China, from Vancouver; Br stmr
Glencgle, from Tacoma.
PANAMA— July 10— Stmr San Jose.
hence June 19.
VICTORIA— July 25— Br «tmr Port
Albert, from Honolulu.

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