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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS.
Wall street stpeks generally higher. Cotton irregular.
Local stocks and bonds devjid of feature.
Silver and Exchange rates about a*s before.
Wheat quiet and unchanged. Barley dull and nominal.
Oats, Corn and Beans quiet. Flour for export dull.
Hay and FeedAtu«?s in good demand and steady.
Dried Fruits very strong here and in the East. >
Fair trading in Hops, with prices steady.
Canned Tomatoes held higher by the coast canners.
Grain Bags selling briskly at the high prices.
Good Potatoes, Onions and Vegetables steady.
Not much variation in the Poultry market.
Eggs accumulating and ie lower. Butter and Cheese firm.
Fresh Fruits in liberal supply and easy. Lemons lower.
Apricots brin£ing-very high prices in the country.
Mutton and Lamb in larger supply and lower.
Beef, Veal and Pork steady and unchanged.
Miff Kastrrn Markets for Dried Fruits.
The New Tork market for Dried Pruits is very
strong and tending upward, as will be seen by
the following late taail report from there:
"Fntur* Peaches continue to ho.d the first
p'.ace in the mintis of both buyers and sellers,
rhere is an active display of Interest on the
part of the former which- manifests Itself In
inquiries es to conditions and prospects. Not
much business for forward delivery is being
done, for the reason that Eastern shuyers are
Mt prepared to accept as actually representing |
<»«et conditions the reports now coming from ]
them. Representatives of leading packing lnter
«*ts ir* dit*pn*ed to admit, however, that tbe
growers have thins* pretty much In their own
hands, as besides the efforts of tlie packers to
•\u2666care dried fruit tbe canners are bidding
btgn for fresh peaches, and in addition to all
this is the material chrlnknge of crop esti
mate*, doe to th« heavy drop, particularly In
tbe North. Yesterday orders at »Q'-»Hc for
choice for early shipment were turned down,
and at the «lose It was Mt« that K»c for choice.
I«V^ for extra choice. 10»ic for fam-y, 11 u,c
for ertra fancy and 12c for Jumbo closely rep
resented the actual market for Mutrs In 25-lb
boxes. These price* show an advance of r%<sJ |
lV»c as to grade on the general opening figures, j
"Future Apricots are quiet, as buyers are j
reluctant to pjy tbe comparatively high prices
demanded by shipper* on the coast.
"Prune* Tor October shipment' are steady, but
tfce market for Santa Clara stock for November
Bhipaeat i* r\id to be easier. It was rumored j
that offering* of 30*. 40s and 508 for that de- j
Jlrery were made at 2Vic f. o. b. bag basis, i
bat the nixirt could not be confirmed anu re- |
reived little credence. There is. however, an
easier tone to the market for outside Prunes. I
wUMi Is demonstrated by the ttvater case j
with whlcri i.urers are ab'.e to secure ooa^rma- |
tloa of or<!.-r« for October shipment <>>i a 2^c
t*. o. b. bag bads.
"EaUlns an- doll nnd unchanged, with no
movement of eoawoueaee reported iv either t=pot
or future jf-iadx. Curriiat* remain flnn, but tbe
spot market in <juiet."
fi.ISTERX MARKETS.
Xrw York Money Markrt.
\u25a0xn\V YO*»K. Jnae xJ—Clos*-- Prhce mrrran
tlle paj>or. .--.\i.-,Vj per cot .-.„ f
t£>7Ji aiM .tt 5i.5220e4.5225 "for fc !zty-d:,y
°'ro.tc! rt««-«. U.KZ «nd $4>S.
CViaaerrUi l»«"». J-*>l»-.
Mf>i!'-.iii .in'lai-s. rX'MjC
U »nd«— «';iverum<>nts. firm: ra!lro*d*. ess...
M.m.-v ..u «!i. SUQIH per cect: r.x la?
n *e -r. r ,. r oent: bid. 214 per rent;
C3 ££ IUK M COW 4* per -nt: M
Jij-p. 4 : i<2*% PT «*nt; 0 months, o<a>>H PPr^ r
?*iit.
Sew York Stork Market.
YeW -O»K 3\i-m- 26.— Tbe fall in prices nf
»t<". V« wiri<* vv in pr«s»tw J*« 'rdny was cj
t«flrf • \u25a0usidc-raWy durinx tbe ear-v morniujc to
d v . \u25a0 • r mcji, jSeJdlar «f prices ra*oaraSM as-
RWIIV .t^-a;lon* on tre *b..H side by profos-
Bion-i b-.r ..por*tor». With tue 0.,-.: me «v fl:e
trxilu.'. !»w..Ter. tblx '•U** <:' y era torn derel.
.V^i nlßTirtes* of»r tt« am-nuiV m:d tlie kind
o' '.-.1T.-. :.- ttev fonml thfTnitpltes in. ilie rv
»nTn{.t;ii »C MTnaattoaa! idvrrtlsliig nictli-xls to
Su-in.-o !»';««« «'f «'"<-ks on tl.t- ptrt «.f a B-^ton
iw-iiXlr.' 1. irtr ringed sorje opprehensioa that
profrssioo>' rtMrt wtltnx railK-r thau tl he dlR
no«»: Pf -i- stocks w*s Usvirc »u*t to do with
tlie fl«?bf 'v t'.« rasrSet. Tbr RCtlon o? pric«s
dtirine tU* ra..rui.n l>ad tlie effect of ejipUusiz
lnr This ir -'•\u25a0•'cron by tbe clear ladlcatloa *t
forf««i of iv'.Jia; t«-ti<^ by b«ir operator*. Tfc«
tmrowf v<— • !a* : ilf»Kt To make stt>-'Uts set! loww
ratb*r tl-an !•> di*pope of boldlnzs at an cdvaa
tnee In St. Paul no stork W»* rti«i«o«ied of on
tbe fln«t br»nV bcHrws 175 and 174, tL«> latter
nriT fo'rloir: -ig tl-e former on > sale of on r .^Wt
Pha-es. Ti>K incident served is a warnlns to
the J^ii-s I'iat th«-j- were ororexTer.din? tl;r>m
«*lt»>^ »:..'. * demand to cover shorts wlil?'j
guined !n volume durini t?ie pmsi-etw of thp d.-y
was tlie c:»n--«j«eaee. A su!>»;tant ial recovery la
prices foUnweil. It did nut aj>p»ar thet tliq de
mand wljfcli «»»nsed thi* rorovery extended Ue
yond the nu / v>'-er«l tihort Sa(er«*t. As prices
rot op to the h!rli«»r level* ther-» -vras a de~reate
In activity »rd a d!min!sV.inar inc'.iastlna to Imy
Stocks. There wan do Important change in Mn
fl'.t'-Tis efT^fTiii? the nsirket. Smne c«lli:ig of
loans wee rrpirted eiaon? the tr.nks und this
w»* sstd to bf f'*re th^ j'' lr P°^e of repionlshinsr
tti*"ir reserves in prep?ntlna for ti;e July pay
ments, which are nansuallT henvr thLs year and
ere estimoW »« Uijh as f125.0->O.OOO. Tbe call
ing of loan* had r.o j*rcei-ilt'ie effect in tbo
csTl loau niarkm. but rate* for time 'otns con
ttnwed stronz at the Uglier leTel established yes
terday. S:ich heavy <li»bnr«nipntB an are to oc
cur with the Jurn of the mosth are tipwtfd
usually to criisi- novae preliminary investment
demand for fvuritioe. One of the <si»courasins
features of the preseot market la tbe entire ab
n«»nce of en.r *uch dcmiind. The !><>nd market
ooutinues ratb^r to reflect tbe pressure of occa
sional liqn'.dition Boaetimen tine to the cxpl.-;>
tion of bynili^aies and tbe distribution to mem
l>ers of mi«o'd 1.-t'.dinci*. The ufurkel is de
prived of the demand by life insurance compa
nies owing to the new regulations for invest
ment for th» ti'.irjtMis of those loFtltutloiiß. Sell
ing by lire lnsorance companies has h^f-a in evi
dence «!no ever *tnce the S»b KrnnclKCO los««r!<.
This kind of SfJlin* was a merkKl influence in
tbe London market today and seUins for Paris
account vua oiko in «vidpnc« thorp. Loudon la
\u25a0.lso apprebeafive cf money trouble in connection
with the mioisf settlement now imminent. Tfce
weekly report o* tbe Imperial Rank of Germany
serves us explanation of the hardening of money
rates ther»-. The^e <lisrnrbed condit)ons in for
eign market* nerve ur. an obstacle to efforts to
secure colA for import to N>w York and there
was not euffl"lent change fci the foreljn ex
cbsnre rate today to oTereoirc tlie mtrket which
<liriil«-» the pri^e of ercbanj:e from tbe level of
the proflt for poid import. A further decline !n
ttse liondnn r"'<** of copper made Amalgamated
Copper vu'nerable for further attack in tlie
morning. The Increase in the dividend rate of
Anaconda during the afternoon left a large
short interest In tttc two stoofcs isacoverod mid
their uron? rally fsinilKhed effective leadersiilp
for the recovery in the general market. The
continued finnne** of Southern Paclfle kept alive
n:xnor» of sn intended lncr»tse la the dividend
rat»«. After «>rae Irregularity in the late deal
ings the market closed firm at the best prices on
a final rally. f
Bond* were eary. Total sales, par value. $1,
4*io.»'»io. He^Abl
United Stat«* D« cdranced % per cent on call.
fA>TT York Stock lAmt.
Stocks— Sale». Illffh. Ix,w. Clase.
Adama Express 240
Aval Copper 7.200 $«% »8»4 9914
\u25b2mer C«r & F 20,000 87H 36«2 37«t
Do pfd 200 JOO 100' 100
A.mer Cotton Oil.. 300 80% SOW 3wa
Do pfd 400 02 81 90
Amer Kxprew 225
Am Hide & L pfd.. 1.000 28^ 27 25»4
Atner Ice 8.000 01 MTi COU
Amer Unseed Oil ifli
Vo pfd ..... 39
Amer Jxwonutlre... 11.100 «» C7li CSti
Do pfd iijv!
Am Smelt & Ref... 01.700 J4CU 142% 1465&
Do pfd IJiOO 115^ 115 Jls'
Amer Snsar l>t... B.COO 181 129*4 130W
Am Tob pld rert... 5<V) 03=i IWV6 XX)
Anaconda Min-Cn.. ll.OftO 245 22S 244H
Atchlson 7,100 Kin-b K8 misJ
D« PM 1.500 UCY4. KI2H 102%
Atlantic C Mue..,. l'<o 13«X^ IXII% J37
Ii»lt & Ohio 14.400 US 117 117T4
D" pM SOf» 92ii S2U 92
Drookl>-n I< Transit 33.300 77Ti 7f>% 77* i
Can Paclßc 3,000 100^4 IW% 100%
Cent of X Jewr.. 800 225 • 225 223»
Central LeaHier ... 1,700 57% 3G»4 »7
Do pfd 400 102 10194 101U
Che. & Ohio. 1,400 .">S 5T% 37»J
Chicago tc Alton 20
Do pf4 200 77 76« i 79
Chicago Crest Went 6.400 10T4 lrtH W%
<Jhle*go & NW... • «K> JBOH lUSV4 I£«%
CM. Mil & St i'sut G0.700 ITT 174 17«
Chi Term & Trans ..... 13
Do Pfd - l Uf> 2V 2S 3'»
C. C. C* St I^om!s. 1.100 fW^ 81 . fl4<4
C/>lo Fnel & 1r0n... 50. 700 M"^ 404 4*? ii
Co!o 4 Southern./ I.WV) 34% M^4 ."3*l
Do Ift pfd....... 1.200 «s\4 .08 HHUf
Do 2d.pfd 4f!o <S 47 47%
Con* O«s 3.7 i» 14<».4 IJI9 140
Cora ITodncM .... 1.200 20«4 . 20 V- l»H
Do pM 100 70% 73% 70
Del * Un<l«->n 000 21T 215 . ?'T
IMi. IACk & West ....i ..... C 22
Den & Rio Grande. 7.800 42H il\i *IU
Do pfd 500 bH\% S7H wii
Distillers' Secur... 3,(XX» OS^ 03^i 5S l ,i
Krie 3s,2iJo 4JH 40^ 42H
Do Ist pfd.. 300 7SMr 7S^ 78^1
Do 2<l pfd 2.200 (Xf% <i*te «h^
Gen Electric 1,700 163 Vi I*J2 103
Ureat Nor pfd 2.200 2S)O 2WJ 2D9Va
Hocklus Volley ..... 123
111 Central 1,400 170V4 l'tt 170^
Interborough Met.. 12,100 S-Sft 38 3S^a
Do pfd 24,300 7714 70 77V
Inter l'aper l>oo 18% 18% ISVj
Do pfd 2<)o S3H S3 82H
Inter Pump 200 40 45% 40'/-
Do pfd £2 7
lowa Central ; 2t>
Do pfd 4<j
Kans City So 1,500 241$ 24% 2*y.
;Do pfd 1.500 r»4 52% ta%
Louis & Nashville. 4.WK) 1« 141U 143«4
Mcx Central 2,B<X) 21% 21M. 21* i
Minn & St Louis.. * . f.3
M. St P & S Ste M « S'JO 15«Hs 15Cii
Do pW 100 173*, 173% 173 M.
Mo Pacilie .' 4,300 MM," P.J»4 «S?T
M, X & Trxcs 2.100 33 «H Sa l^
Do pfd v. 1,400 fl7 yjw Ol3^r
National Lead .... 9,200 72J4 70 ' 72V.
Nor Pacifio D.200 202^ 200U 202 Mi
-\u25a0> RR of Mcx pfd. 100 38 ' 3S 30^
v \',V nt . & West.. 2,200 47% 40VS 47^
Norfolk i Western 3,700 SS«, 87 SSU
Do pfd I* ..... aoS
North American .. SCO «5Vi 6-1 10%
Pacific Mail 500 35 3314 33^
Pennsylvania 33.8' X) 130% 129 130 -A
puS'cc"r^S: I 1I 1 : 1 . 01 .' M^*«»* *;*
Pressed Steel Car.. i,6(i6 47U. 47" 47
Do pfd " twjw
Pul!man Pal Car.. s*t ">'"> «•'•>" n-^ -
"^ pVd::::::: 170 :! 00 ™* % l U*<
Do 2d pfd . j)2
Republic Steel 1.100 27% '"OY< 27
Do pfd .r. 500 or,?; ao^ J^-,
Rock Isinnd Co.::. 5.100 «i^ 2**,; 2414
I>o pfd 000 03 02 03
v! V & . S o' *Tl! I>fd - Sto ° 43 44a i \u25a0*'
!it Losils S W 200 "111 •>! -IM,
c .no PM - COO 02^ 52 SIS
S.oss Stvel i;oot) 72 70«, 70
lean Coal & Iroo.. 1.310 153 W 102 153 \1
1» pfd 200 4Q% 4C*i 4Cit
la T l ,° n JT c;fic 100.000 14CV4* 144«J 148
v a it..iit.r ;;::: \u25a0•• l $:
L " ,? ******* 2>oo 4s«i 47" 4T^
Wlurel & L Erie.. - "• \u25a0" V-if
\V!« Central ...,. 40*1 24" '24" "iV
I"> Pfd l(,o iRXI, 401/, 47 -
Total sales 1,203,000
Xew York Bonds.'
US ref 2s ree'.-loa^|J t pan Cs, 2d Mr. OST4
po c l(U p ua ....104 I i>o 4s rert.... 63,
**> Js r « JOojil Do 4Ws cert. . W>4
Do cvc;,oa ....lcjiii Do-2U series... Vi%
1>« old 4s reg.l.;2,*|L fc N-«mlHed 45. 103
Do couptm li^jjjlau con Kviid 4s.loo«
l»» u«- s re«.l2>», 4! .M vx Ceatril 45.. *
I*j cvupuu ljyfel Do Ist iuc. 10U
Amer lob 4s .... 7b lillau & St L 4s «0U
"° ° 3 ••; "2141 M. X & Texas 4s. 0U&
Atcu tea 4n ....10-.' 1 Do 2ds sh2
8 , •:• £H* ia !» of >X Cun"4s 844
llJit A: OUl<» 45.. 1(i:5 |X jr; 8 .. v C^ 1->7U
R^^i»;.-- JJI I Nor Parfnc 4s::::le5 H
Brooklyn RT ct 4s U7 I Do 3s 7«
ontrui \u0084f Oa 55.111%|x Pr 4 W "con" 4V. ICO^
D<> 3--'3 --' •/,-/\u25a0 S2 trading ? fa 45. ..1025
T TT 8 t & .V Ull> *^ sIO7 H|S L & I |l oon 55.1U%
Chi * Alton 31i». "mjijs L 4 SV fg W/Um
V D & Q \u25a0»• j».I0O ISt L M.\T\oos 4s 78%
C. R I & Pac 4s. 70% I Seaboard A L uJkIU
Do col 5s o»t«i|So Piclflo 4* 9xv
C.C.C & Sl^n 4..102U1 Do Ut in et-Vt. ' '. «7%
Co!.i Ind r.t, A 77 Vk S» Partway 55.....1iRU
D« C*. pp.- U... 77 H Tex & p«c l«ts lift
Colo Mid'aud 45. . 70 To!. St L 4 WV « SI
C..! 0 & So 4».... VS% t'nlon.P.clfic 4»."10.W
Cr.ba o* K.5V4 v S Steel 2d r.s nni?
D^n i Rio G &100£ v:*bu*U It* .. ' ' x™'*
Dlst Se-«rllies s<. &U. -Do deb B " ' f!7 •
Kr!e prior IU-u 4-5.10114 Western Md "v" M 5%
Do gen is .... 92$ W & L Krlo 45.. S»
Hork \al 4M>8...10<?»{. Wls Central 45... 0"
J^pan Cs GO'4
-New York Mining Storks.
Adinis Con 20jLltt!e Cnlef 05
Al'c* 1 2.00 Ontario .......'.'.'. 2 25
Bre«^e 80'Op'iir 340
Urtius Con SO|PJwilix ... <)<»
i'omstodc Tnnnel. 17|I'ot'j»l """ (*\
Con Vn Mm Co.. fisiSaYac*! ------ >
Horn Silver . l.«»ISl»rt» XeV". " M M I !v- '\u25a0•: 12
Irt« Silver 6.oo! StniH Hopes ' 30
LeadviJle Con ... 04|Standard 2. C0
Rouion Stock* and Bond*?. .
Money— IU S Rice! pfd 10SU
Call k>an« 4Q5 W^tin? Common.. 60
Time (loans ...4?4^i5% Mining—
Horwl* — 4dventnre "....014
Atrhison 4s IOO^J Allouex :N
Do arlj -Is 94 Amsi Copper :'.'.'. O!Hi
Slex Contra 1 45.. 78 Atlantic i»i!
Railroads— Rlnijliam 2~,u,
AtclilFfm SOU Calnmet A Hee!tf.GKs
Do pfd W.S Centennial ....... 20
I> ibton Si Alba ay. 24* Copper Range ... lI U
Ilnstoa A Maine. l7l Daly West lr.U
l«!>«toa Kiev ....153 I'rxnkHa .. . 17>2
Fitrhbtirß pfd 187^IGranli/ n -
Mcx Central 21H '-ireene Con 24«-
X Y. N H A H..IMVC- Isle Rora r e 17\
Union Pacific ...143 Mas* JUnin? ... 7«
M«tc«>llanet«TB— Mffhlpan JOU
Amor Ar^e Clieni. 24 MoUinrlc k>u
Do pfd .... 04 Mont Conl tt Coke k iK
Am«>r Pneu Tii'.w. 19 Xortli • Bntto .. 85«
Amer Btiffar ..... 180>4 OM Dominion . . 3*»
I»o pfd 131 Osc<>o:a ... .;• 107%
ATier Tel A Tel.KC>% Parrot 2r>V4
Amor Woolen ... 2(1 Quincr - .n%
Do pfd 105 V. Shannon «
Pom Iron & Etco!. 20V4,Timer30k .. . . O.V
Hd E^t 11him..241 (THnltr 8«i
Mubs Klwtr'.c ... 10U I United "Copper \u0084,'fn'
Do pfd 6» IU:« Mining .:.... 5r,«
Muss Gas 59 111 S Oil fla?
Taitrd Frnit ...ins» ct a h .....55
Un Shoe M«ch.-. 77U.1V|.-torl:i 8
Do ........ WU'Winanji . $v.
V S Steel 30%|Wq!ver!n«» ........130
THE COPPER BTOCKS.
r.uwp.on l« ont with -another tirade on tbe
Coppers this m«rnlnit. He roasts everything but
Trinity, tbe latter belnz bis property.
Dick reports 25c Jncreane in Anaconda divi
dend.
London Cloning Stocks.
On* for money.. 57% N V Central. \-.'..U('l*i
Do for acct ..R7 13-16 .\.*'«.lk # W«srt.. Of,
Anarouda '. U9i Do pM ....:..-. ftr.'.:
Atchlnon ..;. SH4 Ont &- Western. . 4<<%
Do ptd .JOU^i Pennsylvania .:... 66%
Italt & Ohio ISO?; Rnnd Mines ;.;.. jfl \u25a0
C»n Pacific 1«4% Rendtc? .......... 659 i
Clies 4 0.ii0..... r»l)i^ ' Do Ist pfd.. 40 *
Cbi Grent W<*t.. 177, Do 2d pfd...... 4TU
Cbi. Mil & St'P..l?2V» Sr- Railway ...... nh%
l»e B->er« .. .. .. 17\i! Do udl ........102-
D«n * 7»!o G..;. 43i,<Sr. Pacific C!)U
Do j»fd ....91 lUnlon Poclflc . ...14!)U
Erie :...... 43VV Do pf<L ........ J>s »
Do Ist pfd 51 j US Steel.... :iVA
Do 2<t pfd... Tl'^ Do i.fd \u25a0......-..lOrt^
111 Central .;.:.. I*3 Wabasli ;......:.. 201.
T»n1« ; ft \u25a0 Nii«'i...".l«7'/, * Do pM .....'... 47 .
11, X 4 Texas... 33^ Spanish 4« ....... $2%
B^r silver — Steady; 30 1-1 Cd per ounce. :
• Money— 2Q2V t . per cent. ' - .
* Tbe rale of discount in tlie open market for
short bills In B*J-prr cent and »for three months'
bills 34 per cent. :
Condition of ' the Treamiry.
WASHINGTON, Jiine 28— Today's " statement
of the Trensnry bnlanfes" In the sren^ral* Tait\
sbown: Avsilnb'e --easb '• ba!nnre. . $170.583.2W;
told coin and ' bullion, ?89,1C9,202; po'.d certla
eaJeo, e40.C75.a%3.
Xf vr Verk Cotton. >Tnrl:et.
NEW TORK." June 28.— SnoV eottos" Coxed
srendr. -MMdlin? - upends, lO.f.Cc; do Gtilf.
11-T.r PiV-d. 11.000 -hft'.i* . --
NEW YORK; June 20.— Rains, la T»^s hroie
;jiEIE;.;SAX; FRANCISCO .CALL, .WEDNESDAY,. JUx\E 27, 1906.
cotton. *' Notice day- for July cotton Friday. No
question' of ' large - deliverl«s. V^gSggpcsajSfesßpW
Tljpu." H. i I'rke:; this : morning- publishes Mils
usual • monthly :. report . of > the .-; conditions of \u25a0 the
crop.'. Tue average, date: of 'llls, ail'thousand-re
plies from correspondents \u25a0is June ,18. ,- The aver
age : conditiou is 74.0 - Against, 77.4 a -month' ago.'.
Liverpool Cotton — Spot • closed ; 4 lower. -
Xmv York • Grain and : Produce.
XE\V YORK, -June 20.— FLOUR— Receipts,
10,000 barrels; exports, . 000; sales. 4SOO pack
agen. -Market dull,- but". firm.". • . '
VVIIKAT — Receipts, 8000 . bushels; ... exports.
7900;: Kales,* I,Boo,o3o; futures. Spot, firm; Xo. 2
red.- 04?ftc nominal elevator; No.. 2,* red. r »4%c
numlnal f. o. b. afloat; No.. 1 Northern \u25a0 Dulntli;
»3^ic. nominal f.-o. b. afloat; No. - 1 .- KortUeru
Manitoba, \u008491% C nominal f.~ o. b.v afloat. .'.The
wheat : market ope atng r was \u25a0 firmer, and | fairly
active -in \u25a0 excessive .rains: in -all ; parts ;of :-rhe
West. It had a ', midday break oh cables, coinmlo
(ilon i bouve selling; =' a • liberal I private estimate On
the Ksnsas crop and liquidation, but rallied in
the last ' hour on Wall-street buying. Last prices
hiiowed U *J ',^c net advance. July, S!>V 2 @90%c.
cloßfil 90%e September. BS%(§!S9 3-18 c, -closed
SO^e; Deeemher.; $9%@00 7-ICp,* closed 90»fcc. .
Futures closed steady, net unchanged' on Juno,
but generally s@lo points lower. ; Sales for the
day were reported of 85, 700 ' bags, ' Including:
July, C.20(56.23c; September. o.3s©().4oc;;Octo
ber. 6.60e; November,' (i.6oc; \u25a0 December,- O.i'OQ
0.05 c; Mirch.-0.90c; April, 7c; May, [email protected].
HOPS— Flfm.
HlDES— Steady.
WOOL — Steady. . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:.,
PRTROI.KUJi— Steady.
COI'KEE — Spot... quiet; No. 7 Invoice, 7%0;
mild, steadf.'3iSifiW*««*Bß^Sßfflg?#*»«K§®? 1 '&*»?^=;
SUGAK— Haw,, firm; fair renninj, 3 1-32®
3 3-«2c; contrlfngal. PC test, 8 17-82<8? 1032 c;
molawes sugar. • 2 &-32(t{2 7-32 c; reSneil, flnn.
BUTTER— KIrm.: Renovated,': common to es
tra, ; r-'fffclSHc; Western j factory, common 'to
firsts. 12<tfl6Hc. \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0•"". \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'/ \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
CnEESE— Unchanged. 1 ;
EGGS— Unehanced. - •; .-'
' DHIED FRUITS.,
EVAPORATED APPLES — Are very quiet on
\u25a0pot, ; but prices are firmly held. 'Prime,- 11Q
IHic; ch<slce,v 11%®11%C. and fancy, 11%
©12c. - .;.'*: \u25a0-.-.:.- •\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. .\u25a0 • ;,-.-
PRUNES— Are quiet apd unchanged on spot,
with quotation* ranging from 7^c to 3%c, ac
cording to grade, \ ;-—'\u25a0 \u25a0
APKICOTS— -Are very \u25a0 scarce and holders . are
very firm in . their.- views Itu 'eplte .of the ab
sence of important : demand.. Choice. • lie; extra
choice. 13>ic, and fancy at>; 14Q14HC.
PEACHES — Are offered I very sparingly, for I fu
ture • shipments, -and ' prices \u25a0 rule ' firm. Choice,
10<ft<3lle; -extra t» choice,- ll^<SHV4c; fancy,
IH4WI2C. and extra -fancy. 12®12Hc- '
RAISINS— Are in . better demand and. prices
show- moderate -Hrtvanees.'- Seeded raisins are
quoted at S^QT^te; loose Muscatels, oV6@"c
for No. 3 Crowas; London layers, $1.G5. :
»tt York Mrtnl Market.
NEW YORK. June 2tl.— There was a further
sharp decline > In the London <' tin market, : with
ppot closing at >i 175 15s Id, "futures at {174 13s.
Locally the ; market blbo was lower, with spot
ciofins at sss.aotosr.oo. ; . . :_- . .; v
Copper aiso was. lower in the London market,
with- spot closing at £81 Cs and futures at £80.
Locally the market remains practically nom-'
Inal, with outside quotations at little extreme.
Lake is quoted at $18. 50(^10; electrolytic, ?i5.25
«J18.27Va; casting.: ?l6.l2Vi<ttlt>,2o-
Lead was nncbanged a\ $3.75<j55.00 In the
iocal market, and" £10 12« Cd in London. .
Spelter was also- unchanged In \ both mar-
Ucts, closing at £07 in London and at
(1.15 in the local market. - " - '-
Iron closed unchanged to a shade higher in
the Eaglinh- market,- with v standard foundry
quoted at 49s Od, and Cleveland warrants at
4»s 6V»d. Locally: no change was reported. -No.
1 foundry northern i« quoted at $13.Z55415.72Vi;
No 2 do, $17.7fi<315.25; Na 2 do southern,
$17.50^18; No. 3 do do, [email protected].
Avallnble Grßjn Supply. _
NEW YORK. June 26.— Special cable and tele-
Krap'aic commuul?fttlonB received by Bradatreefs
show the followlag changes in avullab.e sup
piles as compared with previous account: -
Wheat— United States and Canada. ea«t of
Rockies. decrensetV 1,">1«,000 bu»hel»»; afloat lot
and in Europe, decreasetl 1,600,000; total nup
piieß decreased 3.M6.000. •
#m—U nited States and Canada, east of
Rociles. increased 1,141,000 bushein. - t
Oats— United States 'find Canada, east or
Bockles, decrease*! . 1.10J>,000 bushels.
CHICAGO DOAUD OF * RADE.
Future Grain aad Provisions^
CIII^VGO June 2C— Tbe wheat marKft todsy
was irregular and nervous, prices mllusi from
%c uudt-r to %o over the close of ywtcnlaj _for
the rtentember option: . Tne clone wna flrm, with
September VM »«c higher. Com was up %C.
Oats were CttT.c UigUer and provisions ad
vanced 10c to l«Hc. : , . „. ..^
Ttcre was nothing sensttlonal on cither sme,
of the market in- the new* of the d«y.' but re
ports of too mach rain in the .Northwest and of
the nppesran?e'of ted riist in/'thit section af
fecte<l the nirtrket:as.n»'ich ns-anythlag.- Uany
In the day the market was Inclined to be firm ou
reports of .continued -r»ins- In tlie Northwest,
small receipts at Minneapolis rand -the -very- firm
tone at Liverpool. Shorts covered freely, and
there was considerable buying -by local bnllß.
Toward the intddv-ifthe day the market broke
sliarp'O'. the Sepu. ,er option declining t0.82>/&c.
althongh the wor.dV Tisib!e' supply sliowed-a
considerable decrease.. There was also much
profit-taking, whici; weakened the . market. Of
ferlngs w«-:-e scarce, however,' and of the strength
of corn and on reports of additional rain In' tt.e
Northwest prices • advanced Ktro»ißly. • Tte close
was'flrm. September opened %c higher at 83}*?,
ransed betweea»B2^c an^' S3*4 and closed, at
S3%e. July no.d uetween 82%(tf82^C and 83Vi.
@S.l«4c and cloned at 83Ji^WViC. The' world's
visible supply, aceordliu to BrqdshVet's, de
creased 3,04(1,000 bushels, : agnlnst a. decrease of
3,853,000 bu^ht'is last 'year. Clearances' of wlieit
and Hour were equil ; to 82.2W bushels. Pri
mary receipts were-174,000 busheis, flpalnst 252,
000 last year-- - Minneapolis. DulutU arid' Chlcjgo
re]K>rt«-d receipts of 1.4 earn, against 241 last
week and 212 a year ago. ••'•\u25a0-._
1 The com market rued fitron; throughout, the
September option closing l'.-4c higher. ;- Cjhli
bonnes reported • a general rotlnctloa iu' count r}
accejitances. \u25a0, 'IT.c. price .of cash com- was V4tt
i^e higher 'anij- the demand was' good. ,TUt- best
buying- was .'by/Thorts -and commlsa|on houses.
September opened, uncliansed at 51 Vie; sold be
tween that 0;uro -'and'. 52tji<Y: the high price of
tho diy, where It- closed '' Htroag. July . /ranged
betweeu 50%e nnd^lTic and eloxwl at the lat
ter flsure- • Local receipts were 84 cars, with
514 of contract grad.?- V > •:
\u0084 The oats market wns strong all dsy In sym
pathy with corn and psrtly on. a gooil demnnd
for shorts mul \u25a0 citmnjl^lon houses.. The buying
was of, an Inflnontlun character and continued
throughout - the session;"" Tbe cone - was ."ktrons,
with prices ;at the . Uicliest jxtlnt. September
opened at 5!4"ie, ;«-lilch- wc»- a, shade hlgtief than
the close . of . yesterday, ranged betweeu 34?4C
and SsVic, wlilch was Tlie filial quotation.. July
sold between 37Viciind 3SH,r;. closhis at 3S%e.
I»cor receipts* were £25 caw.
• The provisions market was firm on a- moder
ate omonnt of -Jrnde and- c!o(ie<l with Tgain*
throiTjjhimt the ll«tt.- ' The . strength was- based
ujion hljber prlc^ for • Jlre liogH,. 1 covering- by
Hliorta n:«l active Uuylns by-lojni packer*. At
the. elate-. September" p»rk ; was 'up /17V'>c at
Jl«.i7V((. lurd 1 was : Ssc Li?her: at VS.O7U ami
rlbn «-we np IC©l7>(:<- at $1).25(Qja.27',';.'. • .
Estimated receiptn-fyr toinoj-fuw: "NlTieit 0
ears: corn, 354 cars; o?tn. 14li ears; tor*. 32 000
head. .. : ' ; ' --'. \u25a0 \u25a0 :-r: -r^ .\u25a0.-.-'• . . '\u25a0--"
The Jeadlng futures rangecl as follows: \u25a0
Articli-s— \u25a0 Oin-n. HiKb. Low. Close.
Wheat — ..:\u25a0\u25a0.,- \u25a0•••- •_'•—\u25a0\u25a0_\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0
Septwnber ...... US3H f3is ; 82^.- K3%
December ;84i4 &% S3fe f-JU
Corn — '• \u25a0 \u25a0 .-. . \u25a0 .
July --.. zw ci' 4 r,0%. ciii
oaTi 11 — r "*" \u25a0 \u25a0 " l >A 529 i :51 r> -'*^
Jnly . •.. 37%; ' 3S^i il7»i 3S«t
September ..... . 84% g,-.", 34% -j-.i?
December 33»i ?.C,% ssu zqv
"Mesa I'ork, per bbl— . •"-«
July ........... 17. n,y n. »o \u008405, 17 1714
TEffi^:^/?^ 1(i -5°" :C2^ lc:n H
Ju"y. s.eni ?.«f> 8.0714 sso
Heptember ..... B.*2fc S.ttTW 8.52V5 SJt-14
Oetolwr ........,S;S% - 8.07% 5.65 8 !)7«2
Short Ribs, per -100 lbs-' .£- .™ -. ; ?l- /*
July 0.22 1 / 6 9.32^* 9."2U » 3-»u,
September . 0.15 tt. 27»i f1.15' o'"iu.
October ........ 9.00 n.o7Vii U.OO- 9.05^
Cash Grnln anil A Provf hloun.
CHICAGO,, June 2<s.— Cash qaotatlsms were as
follow*:-.'- Honr, v Bteadyj.'No. .1- snrhis -..wheat'
64Q?6c;N0.-3,'7Ss|f4c; No. 2 red, «& ©88?^
No. 2 corn, r.2 VtC ;\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 No.- 2 yellow, r«2Ue- \o •'•
oats. HS^c; No. 2 whlte^ 30(^30 Vic; No 3 wlilliT
msmM N0 % 2 ry^mc;W,feedhV* : birJ.r:
42a-44^e; fslr-to choice' malting-,- 45{J53e" V.» \u25a0
1 UaxsePil . , $1 .CS : : No. ; 1 Northwes tern, *1 .lVit '\u25a0
prime timothy ; seed, \u25a0 84.20; clover." contra.-t
grades. $11.25: short ribs fides (loone>> SO 26 (?r
9.25; ukv« l»rk.- per »bhl.-.517.13<ai7.20- "lard
per. 100 Ibt. $8.77%@8.W): T K bortf clear • sldei
(boxedt. ?0. 70(39.80; ; whisky, HiWof high wint"
_'Arti?leB— '\u25a0-. Receipts. Shipni-nli'.
Flour, barrels..... ; :IP.OOO . 17 000
Wheat, bushels. '; '...-08,000 IIOSOII-
O>rn, bushels:....... 035.000 / 41(5'50«
Oats, bushels. :..'.:. r.r:.".. 342.400 14(» 200 ' "
Rj-e. -bushels.... ....... '2,<V)O -l**ooi> **
Birley, bushels.. ...... 84,700 \u25a0 Ol'oOO
Butter, Ertsb "and .Cheese;
CHICAGO, June it..— On the IToduce Excliah^e
foday the Butter nnrket was Kteadr; creimerle*^
15Q20er dalrlen,; 14>4<5i13c. " Fpftß, steady; '-ut
mark, c.nses. included. 12<gl5c; Ursta, 15e; nrlu.t
Crstf, lCc; extras, lSc. Cheese.-, steady. 10K@
- Eastern j- Livestock , -'Market. \u25a0\u25a0':. •' 1
CHICAGO.' -June.'; 2«.— CATTTLr— Receir.M
2500; market 'Ptrmr.^BceTes:. $4ffi(l 10- <>mrs
nnd ' leifers, J1.40(g5.10; *- stocker* -and k feeder*
$2.0364.80;' t ijmiw.'. $2.C0^.J.40; calves, ?4 75
I©*»'*1 ©*»'* -' ~- ' ! "--••' -'" "" 4 \u25a0 -•\u25a0• r*--^*" -*--. r \u25a0\u25a0-.. \u25a0.-.' \u25a0 , ] \u0084 .• ;\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u0084
: ?• HOGS— Receipts. , 15.000;; msrkct 5c hl K ber r
estimated ' for .tomorrow.' 81.000:''. .Mixed.' mid
butchers.; So.soffit4.rc>: uoml heavy. So.s2V.fi 0714 •
miigii beivr.' s«.?s<a«.4O: liuht.-^ft.noianooi/:
plies. Rr...".e(<?0.30:-buTk:rtf FiiM,,?n.ri2uffin'(io *
RIIEF-r— «eeo|nts, -j I2.Q(in : ;.-'\u25a0 rnorVet ™iiteily
Sheep. [email protected]; lambs. • f5.00^7.7r,. : : \u25a0'
"M ISCEIX AN EO ITS i; MARKETS;
. • , ' :. Bo«ton.Wo«l v Market. ~
\u25a0\u25a0 .BriRTOX.-;' J«rii«''Vo.— TiV-woo!- curJjPt' Is-eeii
erally; inlet. \u25a0" lint • firm.-.Oil .won* nre * In : s»nall
«t«>"li. HiKh'Jorf'Bu.^iP.firfpr^l- ir«».n<»it>< > t'<rhr
Miy.ir*. a* i the nrl<~* i ne \u25a0 f<v, ; Mpli> ai,l ' ft,(.M-i.f t, ( . M-i.
tpi^itt is tKiusfcrred to ' tLe new -. wool, railed
wools- continue Blow, with -some trade-in j B
superior. r The 3lnterest3 Interest In-; territorlen?seems-cen
tered '\u25a0 iii the new clip. ..Foreign .' wools I are qnlet.
territory: - - : .\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-,'•'-'.\u25a0 \ '-';--> <\u25a0>'\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0
- \u25a0•\u25a0••: Idaho— Fine. '. 33@34c; fine . medium, 22<§;23e;
medium, £6<fs27cr -Iovf; medium, ?' 26@27c. • .
\u25a0''\u25a0- Wydmlosr— Kine, -21®22e;:'lieavy fine,* 19@20c;
fitle- medium, 22@23e ; medium ~ 20@27c ; : 10w. me
dium, 20©27 c. .-.--'. •\u25a0'• ..." v ./, .'. \u25a0*. .\u25a0•'-:•:' •'; *»'.;* ,- \u25a0 " v
'\u25a0- Utah and Nevada— Fine; 22@2.'1c; heavy fine,
19(g,20e; line medium, 226ji > 3c;;iuedhnn,-2C@27c;
low medium, 20(&27c. C'~ - \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'-'\u25a0•'\u25a0 .... ;...
Montana— Fine choice, 24@2Sc; \u25a0\u25a0 fine"- average/
23<3.24e; line medium ' Choice, \u25a0 24@25c;> average,
23<fjj24c;i staple/" 27 <&2Sc; .-uverage, , 2C@27c. ;:.•-.
Foreign Futures.
>• Wlie.it— July.; Sept. Dec.
Openlus • • ;..••« 7H\; « < T4 \u25a0 ; v 6.7%v 6.7%
Closing ..:;...;.......« 7*4 \u25a0 ($ 8 . c'%
•r..T-- :\ \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 v paris.. \u25a0 I'/ -\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0':\u25a0\u25a0
; Wbeat — . June. Sept-Dec.
Opening .............. ... . . 24 05 ; 23 30
Closing ..•. ...;..... 2415 ' 22 05
'Kiour—; \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 • . \u25a0 -•-Tf ' ' •\u25a0"-- \u25a0
Opening' ."...... 80 40- SO f>o
Closing .................... 30 40 . : -30 23
St. Loulji AVooJ Market.
ST. LOUIS, . June 120.1 20. — Wool, steady. . Me
dium grades coaitilng and clothing, 24 w2'Jc; light
fine, 20(Jf 23c; heavy tine, 17f«jlOe; tub washed,
30@34c. . : ,
Northern AVhent Market.
4 , ': OREGON. T :
; 'PORTLAXi>, June 20.— WHEAT— Club, 71@
72c; bluestem, 74c; red, 00^jl71c;. valley,'. 72c. ; •
. WASHINGTON^ ,"" ' :
- TACOMA, June 20.— WH BAT— Unchanged.' Ex
port—Bluestem, 74c; ; club, > 72c; red, .70c..;";
\u25a0; . Xorthern. UuHincoa. . -;
I SEATTLE^ June 20.— Clearings, $1,393,701 ;
balances, ?237,;i72. ?->?. - : \u25a0 -
PORTLAND, June 26.— Clearings, ?748,537;
balauct'K, ?84,407. ': ...'..' «.'*•: .-•;-•-\u25a0\u25a0•.\u25a0
TACOMA, Juao 2G.—Clearlngt>, $005,31)9; bal
ances, $So,t'44. . ' • .'i-.-.T! -\u25a0:
SPOKANE;* June! 20.— Clearings, |02C,319;
balances, f37,093. .- -':. \u25a0\u25a0 '>; \u25a0". . ;
LOCAL MARKETS.
' Kxchnncc 1 and Bullion. : . .' .-'\u25a0:
•-\u25a0'\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0:. .' :-\u25a0 LOCAL:- . .'-\u25a0:' Hr;-:fH r ;- : f
Sterling Exchange, sixty days... . — '. @4.88 i
Sterlins Kxchangc, algflt: — ; <53J4.80, .
Sterliug l'xchanst',' cables. ........ -^- «tf4.57 :
New YorS Esclmnge, 5ight. :......, — (oj 02^J
New YorS P>-scUans<*, te:egrophic. . — Qf . ' 05 ;
Silver; per 0unce. ..'.:.'.... ' fI.T M — '•'
Mexican Dollars' :...... ~ ,U oOJi
INTERNATIONAL. "Z .- :<--"--
New Vorltoa Paris. ;..<.... ....518%
New York on Mexico..... ......... .V.IOS^.
Paris on ; L0ndcia. .'....;....; : ,-.20 .10Vi
Berlin :on L0nd0n. ...... ..... .\ 20.45? i
Whoat and Other Grains.
WHEAT — Chicago wes several fractions high
er, but - this market did not . respond, though • tue
tone wus tirni/ The cash grain continued bs.be
foi-e, beiug firmly "held, •vrlth the milling demand
.somewhat cut down by the • recent ' advance > In
prices. \Taik of the size of the new \u25a0 crop 'is 'now
! heard rand the general opinion is that it' Will be
a large one. 1 *'• , --. -. > .-• ;.
CASH .WHEAT.
California Club," ;51. 32 H«l.R5;^ California
White. Australian.' $I.4oftf 1:45;--. lower grades
of California. ?I.lo<&l.'Jsj v. <. Northern Club,
$1. 32»5® 1.85: Northern B'.uestem, $1.-12^A<51.45;
Xortheru' Red,- $1.32>>[email protected]>5 per ctl. ' •
.FUTURES.
•_ 10 to 12 \u25a0 o'clock » Session.- . ..
December — $1.31 Hi-- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . - ..-.-'.,
: BAULKY — General expectations of; a" bumper
crop deter buyers from \u25a0 purchasing, ',< as | tbej* ;are
ctpeotlajt stlU lower prices later on. As already
mentioned, an. exportable surplus o*-400,000 tons
Is predicted by "some. : It "is said that the. per
centage of brewing. this year will be smaller ,than
usual, as the late rains lodged a." Sood deal of
grain. | which j has become > dsrk In \u25a0\u25a0 consequence.
The | brewing demund ,la this city this - year is
expected to bjj-lJeht owing to the destmctlon>of
breweries aufT kindred lines. of the. trade by.the
tire. \u25a0\u25a0.. TU* quotations for .Feed continue- largely ;
nominal In the absence i of -trading. \u25a0 ' : - •- i
Jf , CASH BARLF.Y. - ; ', . ..'. '
V^-"»''S?1 tor • common ..to- choice ' new Feed,
nvltU choice old he!d . higher. ' \u25a0.\u25a0
FUTURES.
10 to 12 o'clock. SoKslon. \u25a0 .-. - .
Opoa. -'. Hivb. ' Lnw. Close.
December ... IK»% IMV& .03%- 042,4
.. OATS— Values continue more or.,lrs», nominal,
as'gnidliig sales nre.few and far between.* Both
buyers * nnd : sellers are Indifferent. \u25a0 " \u25a0' • -.:\u25a0
. Red. 51.15<31.5.-i for fair to good and |1.40<3
I.CO fpr- choice; White, nominal ; Black; $j.2d<sjj
I.37%' per cti. /' •: . v -. .
Coi?N — There Is nothing uew to report' in this
market, trade being quiet and quotations nn
chanxed. .• - ; - : i- . . . . i
1 Callfornlii, $1.55(fJ1.C0 for small round yellow; :
Western m lied, $l.:;7Vs! yellow, $1.37>i; white, .
$1.40 per ctl. ' . : • " J
Flour nad Farinarroiis Soods,
V. Tue millers quote tlie old prices end repurt. an
average c ( >qHt demand .for all descriptions. 'With
a continued ' suspension Of tUc. Orientul. demand
for Flonr. • ' \u25a0 :\u25a0 : - •...:.-.-:
FLOUR— California. Family Extrks, J4.C5®
5.1H, usual \u25a0 terras;." Bikers' \u25a0\u25a0 Kxtri^.i f 4.80^4.00;
Oregoii : and Washington. \u25a0 8:1. 50^54 - jier bacral. . .
. FAHINACEOUS GOODS— prices in pucingcß
nre «f 'foDows: - Graham -Fionr,- 53.2-"» per 100
lbs; Rye Flonr. *5.75; Rye .Meal.. $M.r,O; Rice
l'loitr. $*: Corn Meal. -52.75; estrn Crcnr.i do,
$3.7(J;j Oat Mea!. f 4. 50(24.75; Oat Groits, 1 14.75;
lloniinv,-.51.75P4:^ Buckwheat; 1-iotir. ,?4.5P@
4.75; Cracked Wheat. $3.75:. Farina.. $4.50;
Who!e Wheat Flour, • $' I SO: 1 Ito'.'.ed Oats." bb's.,
iJ'QS; in sacks,- $o.si*@T.3?; Rolled .,' Wheat.
; lib s.-.. 54.00; In sacUs.*«4:iO;=Pe.»rl Uirley. *0:
$?•%• it .s'»'.i v . boses, $3.53; Greea Pens, $5.C0 per
1 ICO pound 3. " , . '
11a? . aucl ' Feedstiiffst. \u25a0 -
Somo Uay'recf-lvprs report the mTketlweak.
whl'e . otl:er» find ' it: firm. " notations -.reftnln
übont ns b«'for?.'. Receipts -this* far '\u25a0\u25a0 this' weeS
have been -fair nnd l:avc readily been abKiirbefl.'"-
Frcdstu3's',ui i c£st^a<' i v ! "pjeent ' UoUert fs»r!ey,
wi'lc'ii In osv In \u25a0iymp'ar'.ijr'wlta the ran* yrHln.
BRAN— SlOf('2i per ton. if',.,
MMTDBLINGtT-SSt'fti'JO per ton.-- .
\u25a0 fsaoßTH— tiO.r.Ofsy^l.r.a per ton.
\u25a0-\u25a0 FEEDiSTi:FKt? — Rolled • Birley'. ?22© > 23;
Mixed Feed. ;' s23g2l: Oileik- Meariu*s-toi r ots,
f 37.50; .Jobbing. ??S p«r toa: Co-ii-inut- Cii'-e
or Men! Nt ml!ic. $i'l i:i 10. anil ?i-1.r.0 In 's tnm
lots: jobbing. ?-2-t : \u25a0 Corn - Jienl; $L»>;02O; ; Crocked
Corn, - . C2^.."Q!g211.50; Horse' -Beans. - noialiial;
Broom Corn' Ken]. 00? por «*tl : A!fe!f.i ;Me:il,
CHrlmd . lots. .SI9..VJ: johblncr. S2O per - t'n:
Mei|fa!ffl. $10.50 In car lots nnd $20 In smaller
Unaiitltles.'. \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0 - • ' . " : • . ' •' "
'\u25a0\u25a0 HAY— <:iio!ce Wheit, 217©lS.per ton: oooi]
Wheat, other trades Wlieit. $12<<314;
Whrtit «mV Oi«. si;<ii(i:. Tame 011.' $io*jiir>;
Wi'd Ost. slC<2;'2; \u25a0 Alfalfa. ?1C<312; sto:S;
$7«'f J .'per- ton. 1 -
. STP.AW— qO(3SSc per pile.
limns , aart Seedn.
- .Tboro In lint ni'ku nolnscon in n'anu^t^the
moment,^either locniiy or (or.'Riiipinrat.'-and-quo
t^tloiiH , riinw- no . f urtl'ei- \ chanxe, ' Scnls.. con
tln"e feiturolfss "V)<l morn or 'esu nomlna'. ;\u25a0;
i BEANS— IVr ctl: rtivos... ?TftW3!4; l>i,-$3-7r>
(?4:-nn'l White.-- r<.?Tifi?l.43: :. 'larc? \u25a0\u25a0» Wlllte.
52.40Q2.W: J'lnX : sl.7-HU" SR: Retl.: jft.Xifit%W,
Mm*. . $4.40<ift.r,.); )lc:VKld'>erK.. ; $4.^4.25;
B'aekere. :,s".».ofsS-75:-:Biittciv-' $4.25 : per-cfl. -
SF,KDS~IIiw i - MiiMnnl. 54-." A fiJ4.7s: Yel
!rnr, Mnstcnl". - *?..r,0. / a". 75; Flnr.soed.- ?2.no^n;
rmnry. CCs<l¥t": A"£-» ! fi. •12":-- Rape.- 2^W !e;
Tfra^tlir. f.c; ilemf..' SQs^e ik>r U>; MillQt.'Stfl
3!V; iirooTi- C'.rn-Sred.- *'>(s'}i prr ton. \u25a0-.--. -.
JIHIKPIPEAS— N!"cs, ?1.55; Green Pc»«, $2.25
@2.'so'per ctl. .- \u25a0 "' ' '. - - :, .
: Potatsr's,; Onion* and VcKetablef..-t
The Potato 'rn-irtVt; continued fairly 'octlTeand
kept we.l ' conned .i'ip. on- srniod N'-oek.iiiiit =miu
:-pei»*eheil "nfferlnpn'of new i"!ib irrarlt, wh|-l>were
ftl'.l p'entlfii 1 :? ware-, prirtloally . «nminl>le; I al-
HionKb-ioTe'ert'Sd low »« 2.".<». ; per box: >-. Old : crop
Ore»»»u- H!irhin'-<« .were. f.p!l!n^. for seod at prices
renting- Tiimi'CtteAo VGt- i>er cehtfll^woi'a choice
of[p.rli3»'. Mittnb> for. table; use '.lloM;, np- to- $1.
Onions were «teidv, with tbe snpp:y and demand
about 'bilpncln?. ' ::. . ..-\u25a0-...,.",•:
- There wn» a ; ?ood.tr«de.in miscellaneous"vetco
tabJes ;nnd";?te?dyT' prices -rtiled"; tirr ; everything
except Summer ,'Sfluash and Cucumbers, hotliv>f
whleii ; weye :In -'heivy supply. 'AspnraffuS! c»nie
to lwud ' ln':"jmncli "better- fchn pc , thnu on - the ' pre
ccd!i)» diy'nnd -So'rt «t> better, prices. •;.-\u25a0•«< -;..•
: i FQTATOFS— .Xp'w :\u25a0 crop. In boxes. |l Tnnfit?li4o
per ctl^sackF.COclgjrpeP.etirold crop \u25a0 Oregon
Bnrbnnk*. '-"r»e^sl v per:ctl.---- -. • :\ - -\u25a0 . • -. .. •
v OXIONP— New ' Hed. : per sick,' 75©00 c: .' Sllrer-
Bltins.-'-p>r-.ctl." 81(31.2.". .. .\u25a0\u25a0--.-,-:.
J Green Corn. $1.2"J(52 - per
sack for ."\u25a0"Alaraerta--* and* $l(3l.so;for*WinteM;
\u25a0.AFr>nra(tiis,~'sl.. r >OQ2-Bo*per' \>n\\ . ''Rhnb'arb;;<UV;
@?1 . per bos; -Green » -Peas, [email protected] tper
I n»e!c;.- String y.ißeana/' l@2c— :per I |b:rrrWas
Beans," l@2c per 'lb: ' Tomatoes, $1(811:25 :per
box; ; •\u25a0 do. - Mlsslßßlppl, ." $J.W per crate:
Cncnmbers. <: ' 50«J65*? \u25a0\u25a0; : per box : for . Mir.vn
vllle \u25a0=' and :$1 Q1.50 it for - bay ; ; Sinnimer. j HquasU,
2. v »(840c -' fir ! small nnd \u25a0 5O«(g3» ,- for • lnrge' boxes:
Oarllp. BQ5c per ibvC.ibbape.' 05@75c per>J{;
Cauliflower.': 40SS50C: per ; dozen : ;. Carrot*.' .-75c \u25a0 per
R.ick ; ; Turnips, . 75e per sack ; Green ; Peppers, 1 5fii
20c:per ;lb. . ; \u25a0•-y-'y\ -: \ r \u25a0:
December .
.Ponltry. '•" "
Poultry r hapdlers ' reported . gome • Imofovement
in i the < demjitd i nnd :. Mrge f j'pnnj< ; Chickoni C«nd ,
as the recAtpti. , were ; liutit.i prltos \u25a0 fntr ; ench * stock
were : ste«dler.V ; Small i liens.! o'd ' Roosters/^ and
Teryiflm9ir,:Brotleracontintierl£'to draj bfldjy'tnt
, uneven • prices - and -. there ; was practically -no ;'de
mand for-Djicks and Qeese,; which r ware offorin-?
In'i>mill'-lo*s..v--- : .:,,:\u25a0 •: : - »
\u25a0\u25a0:.•: POI'LTHY— Per • doren : ', Hens, : $."R0 for Inrce
snd- ?3..'0<!f4..'50 'for; smijl : t old - Rncnters.-; ir? en
@4 :.t .Vounr .S Roosters,!. ?5^7; -* Fryers.-. r|3. rAffi t;
lsnre \u25a0" Broilers; »'[email protected];---«nn»ll- ;brollers,^ 5258
2.50; rigeons,", %1 ; - Squabs, - C 1.25 . ;'. ; '..'• ;~ \u25a0 .
-.. -"""Butter, Cheese, and EtjijitV..
.. With: trade JqnJet' aud :\u25a0 supplies ' accumnlatinß'
\u25a0 the* V.rg '• mnrket : was J weak ': nnd : all . grade? ( wer 4
marked down one. cent, per. doren on yie exeliaßse.-'
!>•> rste_. receivers 1 were ( anxlon* 5 1 o sell at . tlie I de^ :
cllncvlbnt? werejimnhlej'foidtenow'of minr, ft*
every j one i seemed i to : he ' wol 1 : snpplled.";-.' One ! . lot
of, lO:cases'«f pr-lePtetnrinMi^waSßold^iit 20c.'j"
-.: Butter and : Cliee*e_ruTed flrm ; at vnaitered otio-"
tnt lons. I receipts ! belistllpiit; and? the! deamnd' up
(w -:tbo. nverape.V' Tenihalf .hoses 'of tereiroery
estrn B>)tter. were sold onthe «\rhnnge* st }5c -'
' -R^elpts 5 were 1 lß,7ort*)bs : Butter, ,10,600 \u25a0 lbs
Cl'eope • -nd : 1041' »>)s«n ;Kc;s.' f- \u25a0 " *;\u25a0• -,'.. \ ; ; » <-,,- \u25a0
r--Tken'flelnlcuotitlobß.-»s established 'bvia !,,*
bids', ar.d ; offers .- ftn ; tire ' floor; of * tfce •\u25a0 Dalrv Es
p!>-»n<-m t<n-ot <n-o -«: follow*:?" •* .j.-;" :- ".;>•" *.»•«'
* . Bl'TTF**.;— Vre < -''7"re'ne"-V''e-'tr'«*«. inc. per Jb '
Cm; dd ; :iirsts,' 'I5 I ,ie,\ Crai;* seconds, 17c,"Cna*
:-.-\u25a0/'-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0•-- -\u25a0\u25a0;.' •\u25a0\u25a0.•-\u25a0•;-;\u25a0»-.'- \u25a0\u25a0»• . '- \u25a0
packing stock.flrm; at lCc for No. 1 and 15c for
•No.r 2.—- ::\u25a0-.'\u25a0..: ;\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0--\u25a0: -•-\u25a0-.\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0\u0084\u25a0. .. -.\u25a0 » -
fe' Cll^KESß— California ; newC- flats, 1 \u25a0- 10c , per lb,* 1
firm;- Young » A merlcas;; -lie. = firm; Eastern';Ktor-
ase;-16UC,' steady; ; Western new, loc. steady. '.'
• KGGS— rCalifornla.-: fresu : selecte<l. " 2t)c .per
dozen, • steady; firsts, j 18c, ' steady; seconds, 17c,
steady; ' ; • * - -
. . Deciduous aacl Citrus Fruits. - .
•: ~ Receipts of fresh; fruits r were liberal and, as
the was rather "against trade,' the mar
ket! was 'inclined Ito i easiness, though . tUere : were
no | marked j declines •in prlc«B. r Another " car -of
Cantaloupes rcame in. from. the Coachella s Valley.
waking; three, cars -received; In ' two-da vs.;" Tue
Melons lire: iioti very "good Keepers and a great
many ofUhem are rapidly, spoiling. ' Citrus goods
were , dull '< and flower prices ."ruled for- Lemous,
Grape ; Krult ; and^Yalencia Orau^es. ;Two , car
loads ' of : Lemons .were \at haud. ;.- Apricots aud
Currants vrere \u0084 the ' firmest :• articles ', in • tie de
ciduous llna," supplies^ of hoih being light. The
canacrs .;\u25a0 were '- pay ing $00Q(i5 ; per - ton . for - good
Apricots lln j the couutry, | and even higher " prices
are \u25a0 »ald .to •» have ; been \u25a0 paid -in some i sections;
Figs .were" offering freel.»- and sold, from: $1:25
to fi per box,- as to quality and size of. package,
r KKUKlES— Strawberries, $5@7- I>er > chest < for
Longworthe and ?3.30^C for the large varieties;
Blackberries, $3<6tJ per, chest; Raspberries, |3.50
<8« per, chest; I^oKan&erries,i4Qs per cheat for
red and [email protected] for black. \u25a0 - >
' CUKRKlEiJ— Packed, '\u25a0\u25a0• 50(Jj73c per . drawer; I la
bulk, 3lS7L'' per lb for Black and 3'rf6c for Koyal
Aunc. ?.. .-. \u25a0. - - . - • - -•»..-
CURRANTS— »C@S per chest.
\u25a0 ; APPLES— 7ac@*i.2s for large and : 3s@6oc for
small bosv*.- \u25a0 r \u25a0\u25a0; -x . . .-_ -.>• -
•\u25a0> APKICOTS— BSc@*I.2S -"' per box or derate; in
bulk, -se- per 1b.; ...-. , . . .
\u25a0> PEACIIKS— Open boses, 73® 00c; small boxes,
00(a80c- \u25a0 . .' ;- - . :
» .PLUMS-^;rate,B, 50@73c; small boxes and
baskets," 4o® ooc. \u25a0>\u25a0 mv •-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 ','•:• \u25a0>*"-\u25a0 \u25a0-
; PRUNKt3--CrateB, 75c@$l;. boxes; 75@00c;
baskets,' >73@!Ss?.- : • - . . «.
" MELONS— Cantaloupes, 50@75c for smalland
$2.25<ij3 -for large crates. •\u25a0 i*^iW'lWW'' Ml^'"
Cll'ztL'S \u25a0 FRUITS— Per bos : Oranges. $3.25Q
3.75 ; for I Navels and : $3Q3.2u for Seedlings ; | Va
lenclas,. ?3©4 ; ; Lemoas, 5;i4j4.50;. Orape^Frnlt,
$3©;i.uo;. Limes. JO^O.W per. case.
TROPICAL •FliHtS— Bananas/ '$I@2 per
bunch; Pineapples,- $1.60^3 per doren..,
. Dried Fruits and" Raisins.
The marker, for all continnes. stiff at
high ami gradually rising prices, us will be seen
by i the quotatlonii. Kven Prunes, which .have
showii some easiness during * the past ten \u25a0 days,
seem j, to *- b» ; working >, around • Into -llrmer.' tone
akaln. ,y Tbe Xew,, York ; market rules strong, as
will i be -seen In' the first column. \u25a0\u25a0•... l :
FRUITS— Apricots, '"- future . delivery, 15c per
lb; -Evaporated ' Apples,' future. 10c; - peaclien,"
fnture, UVi^SH^c; Prunes,- 4&@3c for the four
slzfs, spot, and 2%®2 : )4c for, future delivery.
-'-RAISINS — lUOtt -crop— Seeded.- 4^4jOc; I»ose
Muscatels, :*, 4c, i Vie - and '5c \u25a0 for 2. \u25a0 3 and - 4
crown 3%c; Seedless
Hultunas, 4c; Thompson Seedless. 5c for. un
bleached and 8® lie for bleached; Imperial,
dusters*. 0-crown, $2.50; Dehosa,, clusters, o
crovrn,, |2 ;\u25a0 fancy clusters, • 4-crown, 51, 50;^ Lon
don Layers, 3-crown, $1.10; Loudon Layers, 2
crown,'sl.. - :->- -M
;• ' \u25a0- .;. Provlnlosa. ;
!\u25a0; Packers -'report tbe market \u25a0' for Hog products
flrin,:..wlth k-.tb.«k -.tb.« local trade gradually assuming
normal proportions. , . v \u25a0 . •\u25a0 -v.
; CURED - MEATS— Bjcon, *13>,&c per lb - for
heavy, lie for lisut medium.MSc for Ug'ati 16'^c
for extras Usut and 17c \u25a0 for sugar " cured ; ; Dry
Salt Sides,. 12c; Bellies, 13c; Eastern Sugar
cured Hams.' 12 to 14 lbs, lS^cjlS to lt> lbs,
15% c; 17 to 20 lbs. 13c; California Hams. 14% c;
Mess Baef , : $9 per bbl ; extra -Mess. , $9.50 ; Fam
ily, $10; prime Mess Pork, $10.00: extra clear,
$;»; Mess, < $18; TPIg Pork. «20r Pigs' Feet.ss;
Smoked Beef," 14c per lt».
• . LAUD— Tierce's quoted at - 7%e for California
compound, S<e 'for: Eastern comi>ound and 10% c
fonpure;. half -barrels, - pure, lO?4c; 10-lb tins',
llHc; 5-lb tlos, llHc; S-lb tins, ll^e.
Hlden, Tnllow, . AVool and Hops. I.^;
' Local Hop brokers report fair trading |in these
goods at aver»ge_quottttions of. 10® He for both
new {and .: old; - with extra choice going a cent
or so above. ... : \u25a0 . \u25a0
,' Hides- continue- to .move- off well, .with the
market in excellent tone.' \u25a0* " . •
HIDES— CuIIs, and . brands sell about - ?i@lc
under quotations.- 'Heavy Salted Steers, -ldc;
medium.- 12c; liglit, 12c; Cow Hides. 12c for
heavy and- 12c 'for light; 'Stags. SHe; Salted
Kip.. 13c; ; Salted Veal. 13Mjc; Salted Calf, 14c;
drj- illtdes, ; 22c; dry 20c; dry Caif. 24c;
Siieepsklns, shearings, . 20®40c each; • short
Wool, .50(J}73e .each; -mediaui. ; -l)Oc(£t$1.10; long
Woo!, $1.a0®2:: Horse Hides, salt.' $ 3 <; £:!.!>.". for
large nnd?iTs for :metlium.; $2.25 for SJiall and
."iOc 'for Colts; Horae Hides, - dry, . $2(^2:25 for
large and 51.00^j1.75 for medium, »1.23'f0r
sm-.ill and soc ; for, Colts. Buckskins — Dry Mexl
cau. f 3,">c; dry salted Mexican, 20c; dry Cential
American, MT%c. Goatskins— Prime Angoras,
7."ic; e:;tr« large do, $1.23; large, 55c; medium,
50c; small.- 85c. : ••. ' - \u25a0 - .
• TALI/OW— No. - 1 . rendered. . 4'^Qi : v; in bbls;
in cans- and drums, ijc lesj; No. 2, 4Q4Vie;
Grer.se, 3fiiJs-jc. \u25a0 .- • - : \u25a0 '. \u25a0
WOOI>-rSpring Clip— San Joaqnln and South
ern.'l 2 months, 14(iiitic; do. G months. ICQ2Oc;
Middle County, free, 20®2ac; do, defective; «list
20c; Nevada, . ll^ht, 20&J23C; dv, heavy, 10@lSc
per ib. --.\u25a0;••.- . •..'. ... :-•:..-•...- ....
-.; HOPS— ICQI2C, per lb for both 1005 and 1000.
/ Meat Miirkrt. y^'
-f.Mnttou ar.d T^tmt> are lv" increased supply and
lower. ..while -Beef,- Veal and Pork are holding
steady at the familiar quotations.
. :,DRKSSKD -MEATS.
Wholesale r.itea- per. pound,', from slaughterers
to dealers. : are r as, follows: ' '_\u25a0. ;* ~ ' . :.
BEEF — sVatf3 : , l ic for Steers and 4Vi@3c for
Cows. '\u25a0 • ". -.. \u25a0 \u25a0 !
-. VKAL-^-CCtid^e for larje and 7©Sc for Kmnll.
MUTTON— -JiQSc for Wetbrrs ami 7^7^c
for l-.wcs,
LAMBS— SQSiJc. -
DKE.SSED TlO.'S— ni4@lO?. ..:
LIVf^iTOCk MARKET.
The following quotations «re for goc.d, -sound
ilvoKtock delivered In Sun Fraacjsco. less 50 per
cenr shrink:' fp. foj- Cattle:. "•.\u25a0.-. . \u25a0-• .*_•'
: CATTLE— :»tecr*. :7c per lb for No. 1 nnd fia
H]ic for No. -•!] ; Cow* and llelt*M-».'s^<gCc; Nu.
2 Owf. fl(S's'.i.c;'<th'ia Cows, *{^sc. - -
\u25a0^CALVES— JQiM: per lb' for^ tljjftt, 4c for
medlu-n anil B>£c for heavy (jjross welglit).
v- JSIIRKP — Wctuers, 4ViC; per ' lb; fcwe«, 4c
(grass weight). \u25a0 .
LAMBS— 4VJ@4f;c per Mb.
HOGB— l4O to -2S«» lbs, C.%c p»r lb; 140 lb«
nnd under,- «Vie;. 250 ilis an'l orer, 0:;" U«r*,
r.i) iH-tCnit; Stags.- . SCfj-lO per cent. -/and- Sows,
10 pit celit 6ff - from^ übere qnotations.
General -Ilcrcliginrtise'.
GRAIN B.VQS— Brokers iiiiotMlo@loKc ye*- I
tPttl-iy. with. ho!(Jer« ttlll firm. , - V -
•COAI^-WeMiiiston. JfT.f.o \u25a0 per ton: New
Wellingtoo. $T. 50; .Scatt.'e,. $0; Bryant. 50;
Beiver . Hi1)..53.5Q; Roslyn, ?7; Ctv>s B»y. $o.50»
Hlchmond.v 51.3.1;; Cnmber.and. $1 1' in bulk ami
§15.2j,iu s-icks; Canno!,;sft per ton; Co'^e. '?ll.r.rt
<ai3..ver ton In bulk -and. $15 la sacis; 1 Rocky
Mountain dfserlptlons, : sl3.£To per short ton.- - •
\u25a0 OJl.S— Qnotutifins are- for- barrels; 'for cases
adtl-sc:' : .'-;Lin3ee<l,': 52e. per for botled and
s<le ; for raw ; Castor' Oil,: la. cases,- No.'l.'TPC;
Biker*' iA A, .cases,; $1,2-'SJI.2 4 ; I.UCOi. Me fur
H>i;ed;nnd 4Sc for raw; cnina CBQ
78e»per.f gallon ;^Co*onimt 01!, in barrels, OSc
fnr ; Ceylon and or* for. Australian: extra bleadieil
vrlntervppenn 1 Q'X' «"se;. natnral winter Spcnn
Olt.-G3e;.v extra .- b>acbcd winter.- Whale Oil •
HOc^"- natural' Whale Oil. 35c; extra winter -
straiaM^ Lanl Oil. 1 SOe; No. 1 Lard 011,,70—
Pure -i Neitsfoot - Oil.' . Tfic ; :! No. 1 Nentsfont Ot!.~
<17 1 .i<-;.llen-!ng.0ll.:40p; Salmon OH, 35c; -boiled
Flsli'Oii, '.':sc; Paint- Oil. !55c. \u25a0 \u25a0 j
COAL-OIL. GASOLINE. ETC.— Water White
Coal^Oil. In buk.-UJl^c; Peavl OU,' la ea«es,
17c: Astnl.' Ucr fitar.-i 17c:'"K.ttra t Star. 20c;
Klaine, •-' 2flc; • Eocene. We; : Stove Hanollne, in
balk.'KUc; ia(snifca..24e; Motor Gasoline, in
bulk. 17 We ; ' In i cn*eA. ; 24e; No. 1 Engine Dis
tilJate, Iron barrels or dr.ims," 8c; No. '2 do. Gy^e;
enses. o'^c mfive: ; Uijiulne.- in btitk. 12Hc;"in
eases. 10e;\ 80-degree 'Gasoline, In bulk, 2<sc; in
cases,! 32c.*'-- '-•'. . ' .-.-:\u25a0- : ;: . , „--
TUni'ENTINE— ."3c per ipallon- in cases and
77c ; lndrnms and iron burreiK- \u25a0 \u25a0' •'•> •
,:RKJ> ANI>-,WniTR.LKAD-Rf(T Lead/ FigS^'c
per lbj White LNd.-.'r'Q^^c, according to -juan
t'ityv - ',\u25a0 •\u25a0 .-' :-. •'.--.- • \u25a0 . .-.:-
;SCGAR—Tbe Western Snsar Heflalng cCom
psuy; qnotcs,' net c-joh: \u25a0 Cube* VA, Crushed and
Klnei Urnßhtsl," '4.80 c :; Powdered, ,4.05 c; :Candy
Or«nulate<. /4.8.V; = Fine,'. Fruit ; or (Joarsc \u25a0 Gntim-' i
luted, 4.s3c: 'Beet Granulated (ICO-lb bags only*.
4.35 c; iOoafectlo:iers';-A. T : 4.Csc;'-" Magnolia 'A.
4.15e; Kxtn C'-«.ose:i Golden C, 3.nsct-p.8.P50:
II .'t- r ßs Crystal idonjlaos," 7.55 c;' Tablets, f half
bb!s.vs.osf; .'boxes, ;6.30<: i»er lb.. Birrels and
80-lb ibsidilOc," halMibls 20c and"" boxes : 50c
more ; j>er - . 100 » !b» ; \u25a0 for " nil - grades: \u25a0« No order
tal'W-for lew than 73 barrels or its equivalent.
\u25a0 CORDAGK— Manila., 'lSftcr- Sisal, 1054 c;: D«
ple.r. P^c: Slssl- Bt!e. Rope,; 12&li»*e -per lb."%" :
\u25a0-.-.- Canned fruits \u25a0 a.nd veoetablks—to
mitces are firm- »nd, advancing and all Frnlts are
strongly .-he'd. » with the-, packers* In ;no iburry :to
nmne. ; quota tlons. • > The California >. Fruit " ban
ners'. Asfioclatlon". quotes ; no • follows: -'.'Apples,
-^—-; Apricots,- $2.50;. B!ackberries,!'|l;ls(Sl. CO;
Peaches, 'sl,SOo2.sOj Pears, : : .sl.BOQl:Bs;- Rasp
berries, $2.25<52.50;->StrewberrieB"tsl.7s; Plura9
$1; Peas-iOOcQll^niLTQaatoes, $1.10 for.2H-'b
j»nd .s3.so'' for - gallons. : spot,' -. and .-75@S0c> for
2H-Ib,*r fnture \u25a0; delivery;" String Beans,'- gallon'
staiulirdß. ''s3. •*\u25a0'-'-'\u25a0\u25a0* \u25a0 \u25a0•";-\u25a0— "-."\u25a0-.\u25a0 •-."•
-,; PACIFIC -, CODFISH— The Union Fish «Com
pany.^ quotes as ''follows: •\u25a0 50-!b ; btindles ••• Who'e
Cod; 4»ic; 100-lh-i cases. Whole.- C0d. i 55.75; •' «lo
ejtrat-lar?e.^So.?s: do imitation East»rn, $0.75;
Anchor Brand ' Btrip*,- o ',4c ; v'Jfarrow ' Gange, "c
Bl!v»ri! Kin?. I ' "He; » Go'den t Statol Middles, i 7c;
Wblto Seal • Middle?. flyje-.Orleifni B'ocks.OMc;
Seibright-8:6c1t»,^7«4c;: Crown Tablets, 8c ; Peari
Tablets," f>Hc;?lMckle<l.Cml.' 7 ! barrels,* «X; da'Lajf
bnrre'sr ss; -Codfish- Tonirues/ per kit,' $1.20.y~ Net
easb ! to the Jobbing \u25a0 trade:,' • • ;
Receipts ' of :; Prodnce,
V • -FOR TUESDAY. JUNE 2(1.
Flonr.' qrisks; !.'. 6, 4W] Chicory .'bbla^. ... 2fi
Wheat,"-' ctl« - ". V: r. 1.07S Hides, «X»^ s .f;TTT' 1,032
Barley; ctls \u25a0 . .';.' 2.522 I'elts.-V bdls V. . ; ;-?.\u25a0 \u25a0 jko
Leather, \ rolls •"; .' . " P-S Lime, fcbls . . . .-. r• \u25a0 5R3
Tallowi r-ctls \u25a0'.... \u25a0, - 51 Taper. ; rolls ;:-.v"l;2"0
Potatoes.*; *ks '. .'. 4.544 Rnjtar. .ctlsv.l.T.' 4,500
Onions.** sks '\u25a0;'*.''.\u25a0..\u25a0'. 450 Raisins.^ bsi« *:.-;. -.500
Bran.':-, nksi. '."..;.' 512 Br-indy; r yals ..'.\u25a0. 1 U(3o
Midil!!ns»>,.^sks:.. 272 Wine.- gi|5"..;.:..1C,2f < 0
Hay. \u25a0--; tons •;....- -875 Apples, ,.bxs .".'...-. '••2. r fl
Straw,' ton« -...'..'. \u0084 s|Rlce, s ct15w"...... ;COO
THE STOCK MARKET.
irbnopah' Stock** Firmer and More Act
f;."". '. \u25a0'".'/. .. Ive>--Ot!jerii"'*CJ.nlet.". r i ' /;." '\u25a0"-\u25a0>-
'\u25a0£\u25a0 -Aside "from u««?tn? activity }-ia Sprtnfc
Water ml) fcbimt i'thel qaotat lon« : of tbe : preretlin?
dnv.t business j on :; the r Stocks ; «ni - Btwl j Eschanire
yesterday, "• was iliglit.-^SaJe* L . of .\u25a0\u25a0tonrls f werf o j'y
£13,000.'- \u25a0la * share* the' »u jars : were"? centrally
firm,- with; fraction*! advances In several, and
Alaska?: Pacfcera .: advanced*- to -; f " ' "*7ft\.'if«iBß*'Tl
i'.ln the mining stocks the Comstocka were qnlet
and % not.' materially ' changed, but the Tonopah*
RlMiwert .1 more • tlrmiicss. - with ' larger transactions
In several, notably Golden Anchor ami North
Star.'"'.'- -•-" ----- -\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 • \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0
: The : Uumboldt Savinps. Ban\ has declared tt»
regular semi-annnai: dividend to depositors at tht
rate fit '\u25a0 3 B-10 , per cent .; per ar.uuni. the , same
rate as pi id for the : previons term. It has also
declared the regular stockholders' dividend 7 at
the rate of 6 per cent per annum.
STOCK AND BOX D EXCHANGE.
TUESDAT. June 20— 10:30 a. m.
, -\u0084...-".. UNITED STATES BONDS.
:'<: \u25a0' \u25a0'--\u25a0:\u25a0 Bid. AsSc. A? ;«-- Fid- Ask.
4» .qr.coiip.. .— — . 4s cjr >p new' — —
4s"-qr. rrjp.'.'. -— ' .— Ss <jr coup... — • —
:V: V MIgCELLANF.OUS BONDS.
A!a A.W ss. — - — Ok.T Con Ss.lOSHlll
Asso'Oll ss. f-3 05 O W gtil 3». 09 102^
Bay CPC Ss.HU <— Oceanic a u5.. 53 62^
Cal-C O-5«. — — Om Cable Ca.llS 120
C«l!G & B g .-.". Pac G Im 4s s —
-m Act 3s. 90 — P E Br . S«.:110%ltl^
Cal-»t*C 5e..1W " — PaclJtPßs. — —
CC Wat ss. 104- ~ V& C H C». — —
jDo a irgSs. D2&.B3 P & O R «.\u25a0».— —
Ed LAP 65.. — 122!« Powell-st fi».:lOS 110
FA CH «a. — — Sac EG&R ss. — —
Geary-strCs.. — — SF & SJVSs.II7 117H
H C&S 5%3. — SF.O & SJ5s. — llii-i
Do 6s ..... — 10fi Sierra U 65..107ti — r
Hon R-T = es.lO«H — S P of A Cs
X:ABlee sa. — \u25a0-*—' (15»00) 106^4 —
LAO &E1 5a.104%106 . (1010> ..'... 10T%105U
LA Ity 59.. 11GV1 S P of C «s
LAL gtd 58.104% — ; H9o6> ...;.10lW —
LAP lcm 65.105%112 (ldl'2) *..*.:. tUU —
LAP Cal 55.; — — BPC 1 c* Cs.ll'ViliSVS
Mkt-st Otts.ll2 — SP B R 65. 129 —
"Do lttn ss. — — S'V W«t 65.101S —
MV&-.5UT3«. — — Do 4s 2dm. 100 100&
XRof;C C 5.103 — Dp 4s Sdm. 00»4 —
.. Do 5s .....110^4— Do (f m?4s» — 96
NP C R 65.104% — Stkn G&B.6«— —
XC Ry ss.;iO9^U4 U-G &jF. 5«.102 IC4
NO P C 65.104 — \u25a0URof SK :4s. 79T4 80%
O.ULAH 5».107 — Val Co P ss.— 104H
Ok T. Co 6s. — — Yos -SL-4%». —v. —
Do 5s .....109% — .
„ ' - WATER STOCKS. .
Contra Costa 53 \i 55% I Port Costa 1. —" —
MarlnCo .. — — |S V.Wat Co. 23^i 23%
.^GAS AXD-ELECTRIC.
Cent L & P.— — Pac L Co.. .85 —
Martel I'owr. — \u25a0\u25a0— •" Stkn O&E. — —
Mutual EL. 13 — .
- ; INSURANCE.
Fireni's Fnd. . 5 : r- I -I- \,
BANK STOCKS. :
AmT Ntl' 8k.115 — ' Lna.''p"'*- A.'. — —~~
Anaio-Cat ... ,— %; Mer Yrust : ..215 230
Bank of Ca1.330 — Merch Es .. — —
Cal Safe Dp. — 130 S F National. — ; —
Mrst : Xatnl. — SlO
SAVINGS BANKS.
GeV-S &L.2150 29J0' Say 4LS».. 105 —
Hum Sr Bk.rOOO — i-ec SaT 8X..515 —
Mutual Say.. 90 ,:—, :— Union T C 0.3000 —
S F Say L'.GJO <2» 'h •;
. ~ -STREET RAILROADS. • .
CaUforoia ...147^155 (Presidio \u25a0\u25a0.... 17% — .
Geary :"...::."" — .—+.:[. .•:•-.--".-•
7 ,!. :,.. POWDER. % ; .".
Giant Con. . -V-- 81 | '. "- .
Hawaiian C. 82 . S3 Onomea S C. Sl?i 32%
Honokaa S - C li 1 11% Paauban SC. 18 —
Hutch SPC 14 14% Unlvn S Co.. 45 -»0%
Kilauea SC. — — Dq pi»l '.. 45 —
Makaweli C. 34i; 34%
: \u25a0 MISCELLANEOUS.
Alaska PA. 60 — Oeear.lc S Co. — "2%
Asso Oil Co. — 49 Pac Aus FA C-Oc —
Cal FvC'A. 91 — Pac C 80ra5.152 —
Cal Wine. A..— 79V a Fac STel Co. — 100
MV& MtTm. — \—z I
' :.- ;\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0: ,- - .SALEa'" -\u25a0 \u0084 . . '
Morning Session.
'. -?-j> * Board — •
2S Alasta Packers' Association 55.50
55 B*nk' of T California . ......350.00
125 Contra \u25a0 Costa Water C 0. ....... 55.50 .
" * 30 Olant Powder/Cn. s 10..... 80.00
20 Honokaa Sugar Co ..% 11.37%
\u25a010 Honokaa Sugar Co .a." 11.25
220 Makavrell Snjar C 0*...... ft*.2s
CO Onomea Sugar Co 32.00
500 Psauhan Sngar O» 18.00
T '- 13 Sprinir Valley Water C 0 .... 23.00
:\u25a0 340 Spring Valley Water Co 23.25
' $l.n<>«> Cal Gas ft Xl (J M & <: T ."\u25a0» 9t).23
S^.COO Sacrameato El Gds & Ry Cs 104.50
»,(^!i P. Car Ist eoi|-5»; 117.50
$3,000 Sprln- Valley Water Co 0« W1.73
• \u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0 Street • ' -"• " .
10 Hairalian Coml & Sasar Co ?2.00
.83.000 Associated Oil os. s 3...* 83.C0
$9,000 United 1 R R of S F 4s. 80.00
. UNLISTED..
: 100 Northern Cal .' Power 21 .50
California Stock and Oil Excbnage.
- Bld.Ask. . Bld.Ask.
Home ....... SO 3ft Sovereign ...^ — '23
ladepenilenf»». — - 11 Toitec ....... 50.- —
Kern. 0it,01d.12.00 —Twenty-eight. 5.(10 —
Mo:>te; Cristo. — 6C West Shore ...1.50 —
Mttafcur? :..". — 03 .• ,
loo'carlbou 7.00
. Mining £to*k..
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK . EXCUANpE.
Following were the sales on the San Francisco
Stock ; and Exchange Board yesterday: ,
/\u25a0Regular Moraine and ; Informal ' Sessions.
100 Alpha* '. 05| 100 Crown Point.. 12
-40'^ Andes t'o|lsGo Uouid & Curry 10
: UOO He.rher l»j xvo Kale & Norc. 8S
'COV'iW*.***!- ....... l^| K» Hale * Norc. IX»
• •IWi liest 4 B?'.cu. 6i»l i*r» Hale & Norc. 80
'400 Best 4 Ueleli. 70[ ICO Mexican ...>.. 58
CO Uetit A IK-Ivh. . «S|-lCt» Ophir ..:...,. 3. «O
."VM> Ciledouia .V-: 33|130(> l-otoal ....... 05
'200 Oaleil'juli . . . 3L'j »«> Savage .....T. S3
.200 Ca.'donia ... ai 100 Savafce ...... .I^6
1100 Cholinr :...".. oi| CX) Sierra Nev . ..' . 15
200 C<u Va M Co. 70| VOO Sierra NeT ... 1«
-sW, Crown Point.. 11 1 000 Yellow Jacket. 10
"CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
: -.'.'. B!d.Ask.| s. Bld.Ask.
Alpha 0* or>iGould-& Carey VJ 10
A!t» ,«>2 * 'KtjHale &. Nore. 80 90
AaijM 0« 07JKeotuek ,'..... .0? 03
lteictjer .....V IS ' l!»iJnlla ......... — 0§
U«st& B-?lch. 70 7l[Ju!>t:ce ; .-'...... — 02
f Htnii* Cellar.-, QllLo'ly,- W«sU ..'\u25a0 — 07
Unins'CVa.. — - »MjMrslcan ...... 5S 5»
«"& rO. — O-l|Occldtntal ... 7» 85
Unins Pottwi. — " 04 Ophlr, ... .3.0H.3.C5
Ilmaft' Savage. , 07 ' 08
Bullion ...... 10 lS|Votusl C 4 oft
C«lrdt*ii:» -... jSI »3iSi«v>ii;a,.-. $3 86
Challenge \u25a0-...-. 11 12 Scorpion 05 0»
CUollar ;..... 07 tK-jSeg Bslcner . . 03 04
Confidence r..-. ;50 UOj Sierra Xcv ;.."15 16
Cun '.'lmperial.— -—' OlliSilver Hill ... S5 60
Con Va M Co. 70 71 Standard C0n. 2. 00 —
thrown Point.. 11 13 Union Ooa ... 20 27
Knroka C0n...8.W> — l-ub .....; 03 00
Kictieqnir- ... 40 4i» Yellow Jacket. 10 : 11
"" TO.VOPAH ; AND !GOLDFIELD! G0LDFIELD STOCKS.
; Regular-'Momlng -and Informal' Sessions.
! 500 Atlanta- :...T l»t «0O Little Grey :; 80
• 2000 -- - Do. - b 1 00.'. . " 20| 2f4X> M • Ui-lle, U 0t» 10
jJOOO.Btmnt Johnnie lOjlMtft Man Bn>ocho.. 12
3COO Iloatoa Ton V. P5 1000 Mao 'Crescent. 12
4WO Blfe Belraont. 151320*) Man Dexter ..50
3oop lr-tgr onr Kin?: "Miaxio Do. < R io . . . w
. lfiOO Blfrg 1 Johnnie. 2<>ilO«>o Man Lit Joe;. 03
2000 B'frg Johnnie 21 GaOO Do.b 90.... Ott
1000 Blfrg Mavflwr 2£» 1000 Maryland- 03
IWO Btfrs Jumper. 20 2COO MacNamara... S3
rIOO Bnllfrog Mln. 3fi 500 Midway -....2. 12Vj
1000 Blillfrg N Bk. 45 'SOO Mlcpab Ex .11
1000 B Gldfld. s 5. 22 .'.OO Mixpah Ex ... .13
\u25a0 JtoO Daisy 52 1500 M W < Johnnte. .12
:500 Daisy ....... TA a^O Mohawk, % 10.1.00
100 d Dm B Btte C. 35 200 Mohawk .....1.50
,VH)Q Dixie ....... OS ?rrf) Mohawk .-..1.47H
Wff-O Knreka Ton ..OS 500 Montasa ...2.92H
10Q0 Olobe Johnnie. 40 2foo Mont Bullfrog. 04
lCfKi Globe Johnnie. 42 2000 Mtst Uont. 910 3S
1000 : Do. b 00. . . 43 2!O0 Muutanit Man. 15
'4W G-\u25a0 Bar. s . 15.L10 COO X ' V- Ton -Con. S SO
1000 Gold Anchor.. '44 WOO Do. b «)....' 33
C5OO Cold Anchor.: 45 3300 North Star ... "54
tfiCO Do." b SO/. . 4S 2000 X St«.'»;iO.. Si
2000 ; l>o, b 30... 4« SCX">O Xorth Bfnr ... M
1000 Ga'«l - Sceptre. 2S> 3WOO North Star ... 32
1000 Old. Belroont. 3» ICOO Orlg Bullfrog.. 1.1
rr.CO Ornnny O M. 15 ICO Red Top ..,.;1.45
1000 Jumping Jsck -SVi^W-O Do.- s *».... .1.45
1500 Jim -B'ttler :. 1.30 K<H> Kliyollre Twn.. t«
2000 Jim Butler. 1.27% 1000 Sliver Pick ..: 23
10<H) Do, \u25a0\u25a0'» 60.1. 27141500 Silver Pick ... 21
1000* Do. b P0.1.32HJ 100 Ton Ex.b J0. 7.00
1000 Johnnie \, Cons. 151 100 Ton of. Ner.lS.sO
COO Jrnnho i.;..;i.R5J I<V» .D«>, b o(>.lS.<K^
ICOO Jumbo ..:. 1.3*^1 100 West "End ...2.53
I" -'..-"\u25a0 CLOSING QUOTATIONS. Ml 118 ft'
ALASKA.
B!d.Ask*| Bld.Ask.
Pioneer „.... 46 — (Wild Goose ..2.23 —
v. California:
Brunswick ... 27 — Death Valley.. :03 —
BnnSer .11111.. 1.15 •; :— Forest City .. — 34
Cent;Enreka..l.ss»\ — Furnace . Crk.. '— 3.50
UTAH.' i •' - % :
Con Mercur . . GO (15 '
NEVADA.
/. . Tonopah District.
Belmont .....s. so*s.C2|Midway. C2|Midway ......2.12 2.15.
Boston Ton - . . 05 ; Midway E.x - ... 13 •- U
Brer's JB Ex. 25 -- — Mh|>ab , Et . . . 2? —
California ..:.. 10 14 Montru 2.80 2.pr»
Cash i B^r . ...' — - 17 Mont '- MM Ex. --". / 21
Rure'.i;t%Ton.:. ;0<l: — Moß'.PtUb Kx. >12 15
GoJd - Anchor. . \u25a045 4G| N; V Too Con. — •2»
GoUi Crowu ... — . 30i Ohio Ton .... 27 3«>
Gold.'Mt \u25a0:.\u25a0,- 03; tM! Ohio Ton Ex. — 13
Great Wrstrn. 03 «M|Paymaste'r .... 01 02
Rume .....;. 2<> 2"">[Rert Rock Ex. — 09
Iml-Ton ... . 01 o.':| Rescue ......; 12 13
lowavTrn .."'.' 10 --Ton Extea.. ..3.00,7.00
.Tim -B«t>r -";;'. 25 1 .SOlTon Home'Cw 03 C 5
JsKutVif Fjt ."'.•—> iijTua of Nev.lS.l2 IS.C 2 <
\u25a0 Uttte ".loo: '::'. — 2.>»\Vp«t • End .T. 2.50 2.00
MoeNci-uara..* .' R! -^siWest -T«»a ... 55 —
;.'\u25a0'\u25a0* GoldQeld District..
"Adams',.... .. 05 OC!Go?!ine'dSTon.* — •P7
Atlanta : ..... 18 IP) Great; Bend .". 30 3S
Berkeley .."-.. '10 — (Jrt Bead An\. — ,OS
lttackAnts .'.'^.Ol ;02 Ort ij?a<l. Kx. 00 "—
jllk-Btte Ei. <J2 iC4 Htehl-ind .. .. . 05, • —
B'.ackßoci:. 02 03 Jnmbo : ..1.32 1.33
Htne 1 Bell : .-. '. 02 03 iiirabo Ex ... — > 1»
; Blue « Ball Vr.-.' ,13 ->14 Kcitlil! ...... — CO
BrouSiyi '....'\u25a0 04 i;<.|L«tnwa . .:;.;\u25a0. ' 17 ' so
Btte rUnldSff'd-^- V:lA?ne Star ....' OS 10
i}j:u.;& y.-as-i ou toii-u^y atcr. ;;-.-. co:
AUCTION SALES
Columbian Auction House, Inc.
will sell I
TODAY, Wednesday, June ll t 1906
:At 11 o'clock a. m. on /he premises.
1376 MCALLISTER STREET between
Stelner and Pierce.
The costV and handsome MAHOG-
ANY- and OAK PARLOR. BED and
DINING- -ROOM FURNITURE, IMPORT-
ED VERNIS MARTIN CABINET. IM-
PORTED BRONZES. DECORATED
HAVILAND CHINA. BOHEMIAN and
ETCHED GLASSWARE. FINE LACEJ
CURTAINS. ELEGANT PICTURES,
ROYAL WILTON and BODY BRUS-
SELS CARPETS, all like new.
NOTE.— This handsome furnished flat,
with all Its equipments. Is In condition
equal to new,- and must be sold on ac-
count of, departure of owners.
GALLICK & VINCENT. Auctioneers.
BY ANDERSON - -' W5 TURK ST.
Auction Sale of furniture
TOMORROW.
THURSDAY. June 2S. at 10 a. m.
At. 645. TURK ST.. near Van Ne«s aye.
By order of C. H. Femley & Co.. I
! will, sell all of his stock of furniture
and household goods, consisting of
Roller Top Desks, B. R. Sets. Odd Bu-
reaus, Chiffoniers, Foldlnpr Beds. Chairs,
Carpets, Iron Beds. Sideboards. Wire
Cots. Mattresses, Stoves. Cooking 1 Uten-
s|ls. etc... to the highest bidder for cash.
Sale to begin at 10 a. m. each day un-
til stock is disposed of. -
A. ML ANDERSON. Auctioneer,
645 Turk st.
Formerly 19 Turk st.
AUCTION 'SALE
115--iiORSES,-115
By order of K^ G. Johnson of Modoc
County, California I will sell ONE
HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN head of all
purpose horses, broken and unbroken,
and weighing: from 900 to 1200 pounds.
All fresh, younar stock. Sale absolute.
Come and set what you need.
Bale takes place
TOMORROW.
THURSDAY JUNE 28, 100«
"At 11 a. m.,at
J. B. HORAJV'S 3ALEYARDS,
Tenth and Brynnt St*.. San Francisco.
No outside horses offered.
> W. H. HORD, Auctioneer,
1300 Golden Gate aye. S. F.
;kubTiors
• I. will sell at auction, 50 head of all
purpose horses WEDNESDAY, June 27.
at Thirteenth and Harrison ats.
' WM. CLOUQH,. Auctioneer.
Booth 31 33 May Queen ..15 22
Columbia .... 10 — Mohawk ...*... 1.50 1.32
Columbia Mt.. 13 20 Nev Goldfleld. — 2O
Com Fraction. — - 32 Pennsylvania.. 03 OS
Conqueror ... 10 12 Pot latch 0C 08
Daisy.. . — 49 Rejd-Lloa OS 0«
Dm B Btt<* 0. 34 33 Red Top 1.42 1.43
DmdSd Trngl. — OS Red* Top Ex.. o;$ 04
Dixie 07 -08 MsndPtorm ... OS 80
Kmpire ...... 02 0-1 Sandstorm Ex. 06 08
Florence ...... — 2.25 Sliver Pick ... 23 24
Old Belmont. S7 40 St Ive» 49 32
OM Mof Nev 43 45 Treasure — 04
-Old Kewanas. — 20 Vernal 03 05
Bullfrog District.
Amargosa ... 061 Gold Sceptre.. 23 30
Amethyst .... — S3 Oldfld Bullfrog — 03
Bonnie Clare. 10 —Old Mt Gldfld — 25
r.ullfrosf Mm. :» 37 H Hooligan . . 09 —
Bullfrog Anx. 02 03 Ilomestake Cn 70 72
Blfrg Betmont — 17 Lige Harris ..01 02
Bullfrog Com. — 13 Mont . Bullfrog. 03 04
Bullfrg Consol — OS Montgomy Mt. 39 4O
Blfrtr DaUt.. 13 30 Mtg Shoshn Ex 18 2S
Ballfros Es. . «»7 — Ohio Bullfrog.- — 22
Blfr? Jumper. — 20 Orij Bnllfrog.. 12 13
Bifrg M*yflwr 29 3T> PUot :.... 23 23
Bnllfrg N Bx. 44 4« Rnrollt* Two.. — " 06 \u25a0*
Blfrs - Sunset. — 20 Sbouhone — 09
China Nev ..: — 11 Shoshn B Old — 20 '
Den Bullfrog. 1.42 — -Shoshn N Bk. — . 10
Den Blfg Anx 10 lS'starllfiht Blfrjt 2-t —
Denver Rush. — 19|Stetawoy 25. 29
fcollD*e ...:..: «s — Ttamp M C 0..1.0« 1.05
Gold Bir 1.05 l.o"J Velvet ... !«"' —
Gold Bar Abx — 22lVentura 07 —
Gold Bar Ex. — 20; Yankee Girl ..11 —
<"-i Manhattan District.
Apr Fool Ex. 01 OSIMan Cowboy.. — 11
Atlan & Pac. — 00 Man Dest«r ..49 50
Comet 12 — IMan Lit Jo#.. 04 05
Go!d Wedge.. 03 ll'Mantint Jumbo. — 2O
Granny G M. 15 — Man Mof Ncr 08 10
.Tnmplnv Jack 22 23 Man Oro Pino. — 10
Little. Orey .. 2# — Mineral Hill .. — 09
Manbat Belle. 05 07 Mustang Man. 12 —
Man Broncho. 12 18 Orig Manbat.. 14 *IS
Man Buffalo.. 07 12 Mustang Ex .. — : 22
Man Canton.. — 13 Pin* Nat .... 2O 23
Marthat Cons. 70 —Rocky Hill ..IT 18
Man Con Ex. — 25 Svl Humphrey. 13 18
Manbat Comb. 10 12 Whale — 19
Man Crescent? 11 12f
— Other Districts.
Blfrg Johnnie .13 — (Interstate .... — 20
Cyras Noble.. — *• Kawtch * 8.. — OS
Globe Johunie 42 — Kawlch OoM.. — 02
GoUl Reed M. 15 — Kawlch M Co. — 03
Golden Terra .50 — Lynx Creek . . OS — .
Goidyke Reef. — 18 Bocco Hmeatk. 30 GO .
Johnnie Cons. — 25> . >
OAKLAND STOCK EXCHAXGE.
OAKLAND. June 26.— Following are th# BalM [
and closing q«iotation.« today on the Oakland
Stock and Bond Exchange:
Morning Session.
1500 Dmdfld Con .. S3 !m©o B»-th :.. S2 I
*500 Hof! Top Ex. 04 70OU M»iliat Mlv .. o=l |
4000 Bhle: Butl* .i. 13 2500 ltexter 50 ,
500- Wo*t- End ..2.80 »O0 Gold Bar ..I.OTW *
2COO Dei«y C 3 1500 Montana ...I.MV
1000 l:rlmont ...3.«2HtM00 . Midway *...... J.lO |
500 M.il.awk .....I.JW 1000 Midway., b 80.2.1S
2T-00 «J >nchor. »10 481 500 MacNamar«.». B,\i
1000 EclJi-se 50i 2500 Great Bend .. 37\
\u25a0 Afternoon Session.
77.0 Midway .....2.101P000 Man Mining ... 08 j
500 Montana ...2.B2ViJ 200 Belmont 8.62H I
4000 Great Ben<l... 37|2»'00 Rtalto 14 <
(Uioo Dni-i Cnn. "10 33 20Of> fifttr Mt, a 10 .38 :
3000 DrndOd Con .. 3315000 Little Joe \u0084..MH |
7000 Blue Hull ... 13 500 Old Btmt.raM). 34 I
1500 Eclipse 89 2000 Old -Belmont.. 41 I
3300 Booth .... 33J1000 Daisy ........ 34 :
CLOSING QUOTATION* \u25a0§
Tonopah District.
jEPBS&/m&:. Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask. I
Gold Anchor.. 4A — Mont Ton .... — 2.95 !
Oreat-Wfstrn. 03% 03 North Star ... 32 53
Home Con ... — 04 Ohio 31 I
Jim Butler ..I.SO — Reseoe 12*. ;M>|
MacNamara.. S3 85 West End ...2.60 —
MKlway 2.10' —I -
Go'dflpld District.
Adams 03%00GM Q Dust.. 10 15,
Atlanta 19 — Goldfleld Mm.. 40 —I
Bik Btt« Ex. 03 —Great Bend ..39 38 I
Black Rock . . 02* i — Ort Bend Ex. — 12
Blu* Bull ... 13 14 Mohawk .. 1.47H — .
Booth-'....... 32 — Red Top EX.. 031,04
Dahiy ... — 50 St Ives -30 82 i
Dm B Btte C. 33 : 341 Sandstorm ... 88 '82 I
Dixie — " oS!Band«tonn Ei.. — o<s
Empire ...... — 04 Silver Pick ... Tt 24 '
Gld Belmont. •40 — | .•.
• Bullfrog District.
Bnllfrog Mm.. 33 — |GoM Sceptre... 3S — I
Bullfrir X Bk. 44 45 Ll ge Harris ..! 01 02V4 \u25a0•
Gold Bar.l. o2Vi'l. o7HlOrig Bnllfroit.^ 12 13 t
Manhattan DlatrW. •
Jumping Jack 22 23! Man 'Crescent.. 10 — 1
Little Jo» .... 04V; OStMan Dexter .. — 50 '
Man Baxter .. — 14! Man Mof N'e» 09 .'— f
Man Cowboy.. .1(1 — [Man Pine Not. 23 -—.I
Other District*. ,
E»peranza' ... — OllTon Gold Mt.. — 66
Paymaster ... — 02HI J
. CALIFORNIA.
Argonaut ....4.63 4.851Gw1a Mine ... — 6.00 '
Banker lini.. 1.13 — IBlalto Gold M — 14 ;
Cent Euerak..l.6O — iSouth Eureka.. — 16
»cro Tailor Held for Murder.
LOS ANGELES, June :«.— J. C. Jaxon, j
the Pasadena colored tailor, was today '
helcKo answer at the preliminary hear- i
ing before Justice Glover. in South Pas- !
adena on the charge of ' murdering .
James A. Logan; the young "mulatto
clerk/ on the golf grounds of, the Ray
mond Hotel several weeks agro.
PENSION' ATTORNEY FIXED.-J. K. Bar
tholomew," a pension attorney dnlus buslne** at
Maxwell. Colnns Cotuity. paid a One of $100 y*»- .
tenliv iv tliv United States District Court u|>on '
Uls p!ei-of jtnl'ty of violation of. the |>vnilna
laws. \u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0••-\u25a0' - - \u25a0 •
J.A WILSON,
Stocks and Bonds,
Member Stock and Bond Exchanare. 4iS
California st. Phone Temporary 113.
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