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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS. *
Wall-street Stocks rather higher. Cotton lower.
C2II Money, 5;[email protected]/-2 per cent. Silver firmer.
• Local Stocks afifected by the Jewish holidays.
Wheat futures higher. Barley still active and firm.
Oats. Corn, Rye and Beans unchanged. Feedstuffs firm.
Railroads again accepting Hay at interior points.
Coffee buyers purchasing from hand to mouth.
Raisins and Dried Fruits continue to point upward.
Hams, Bacon and Lard easy at the recent decline.
Hogs weak. Beef and Mutton steady.
Choice Potatoes firm" and inferior stock weak. Onions firmer.
Poultry still active at maintained prices.
Butter suddenly advances. Selected Eggs also higher.
Cheese firm.
Watermelons drop sharply with the thermometer.
Citrus Fruits weak, with Lemons lower again.
"Wall Street Seminary.
ttcttca & Co's Wall-strf-et 6an3iary yesterday
«:d: "An-.crier.a stocks la Ix>ndon steady about
rwriiv. Bstr-k cf K^cisr.i rste unehaa?ed. ITos
poors* <.f settlement of Ccb«a fiifficulties iin
ttrorinz N*w Vor» (Vntral ri-hts quoted about
t; i« r \fa-. Nu .-or.nrcia'.l^n of rumors of com
prTitive !vjrine of Resdinj. Accounts of disas
ter st HMSkCBS lnrreas*-. lAght demand for
rconcy Ju CUcJUto, aud large Icaa« fall due Octo
l^r 1. UcUt ucmsnd for stocks In tUe loan
orowd. With Ama!?snatPd and Steel common
kt»£as ibon> 0* ?fr.cral »te. &« crop now
«f.n>;l<>Tvd «ut of ilan^cr. The National City
Uaak Las r-.igapcd two ssd a Uilf oilllons gold.
The Coffee, Trade.
Ilrcrr NoroUaf.tr & Co. of New York say:
-Siuc-e fue iss.te cf our last circular our mar
ktt SSacd iu.iUrU!l:. sin&ins at one timeto
tie low,s: j^.Sal of ti.e VCM. Frou tl^it point
tte niarket i.as rtacted sharply. 44 _ rt ,,i r «
\u25a0it would h* tetanable, thereto™, to tosnto
w \u25a0\u25a0.«•! UcrVr n-t ™ Lave readied a sound, basis,
end v v.-<UI) tbf iufiuecees which are contend
ing toward <li3er;>nt direcilons in the tn^tet.
•!u with this question we believe it
6N.LW i>e ccacetoJ from the outset that under
.i-o^ias:inc-.£ *uch a« Lixe existed in the past,
inV^rv of ti-e BBe»W*PJly tal - e °' th «
fca no* cr..i.. we Eisould today be standing on a
cTnsidcrWy I^vor levt^l cf j.rices even than that
v.laHi we Lave JuacLcd rot-enUy. _, t . rt «iir
••CiHranis:2a.?cs. fcowever. hare materially
t -l.«t'^ and S pastas all ttetimt.ltvto-
CU.X" s ,:ru:^. .ad what would have been an
«r«rw: : ,iwinjr cro.. n-Jt Kany years ago *onW
bntds s-.::tifc t.-«iay to £11 rcqufrtmeats. To this .
«-!:.. m-t«nrc v.-c potattU la our circular of July
1« !asr. in v.Llc'a it xras shown U.st_ the • con-
Bjmpti^ <•? BraiS! coff«-s h*d iacrcased fO<g*>
l«.s oi:r!ut' tlie tri.p season of IS.>l-C5 ana 45".
(1 'i3!o d:-.rinc that of 1005-06. as compared j
«;u> thp mnscupUoa of tte years immedi
\u25a0^teS BUYING SPAUINGLY
"T!:r- <wisurcin; trade in this cocntry. as well
• s in Cmope, is stiU poorl;- eur-plled. They
fvjgUt the rrooiit a<lracoe tooth and nail and
they still BialnUia a Laud-to-nmuth policy. »w
B-rii « Oflin*- Hs %ye had. a «Hffht modlccatiou
of s-jpb « i-oliry and tlie c«rr.>ing of somewhat
ui'O- ilixr.-.! stacks, on tbe lower basis oT
T.iluch. atMttld 1* *>nconr«ec-d and could not be
«f.ruU«J wi.li n:uch rir-k.
•"latearjaj; liie above we »re not taking an
iiiautbn n*e-colored view of the situation l.y
'my means. We do not overlook the fact that
nntfwflta tills x*«r is in excess of consumption
to the fxtent of about one million baps: nor do
v.f &c\it our f-ves to the menace to the market
whVli woi:l3 app^cr should another large crop
tt>Th>m the rrcseut one. In snch a case valori
z-tirtn ):wlf would be powerless to 6tera the ;
failias xU\e: but for the present we do not ex
i>ect to Lc»r j>ny but unfavoi-able reports re
tnni'.us cutlet ious of the trees in Brazil, and
th* ani.l.caiion cf valorization, or even the re
tKwal of arltatiAn for its application, as before
utatPd. conU not faU to give another lmpetu*
to tlie :r.arket.
"A large ndTtn-e at this time is, In our
ciiinlon. to I* cepreceted. and would, we be
lieve, lie il.-nccroas in the extreme. It is. now
frpr. b-t nstuml to reason that after. a period
«>f steady nod serious decline sucU es we wlt
nrfcsr<l a lu-«lttr thoujrb moderate reaction from
the low leitl readied is In order."
:CrTr York Stock 3l«rket.
NEW VOr.\. Sept. £0. — Dealings in the first
frw~B)ir:r.UB of today's stock market
lii^ pieesure which carried prices downward
vtsterday. Tlien the course of prices was re
versed tad professional traders who had BoiC
stocks .v*-s:erday proceeded to rebuy and to re
xise thtir views of tbe factors working in the
warket. Ttero 'has been more or less discussion
vf tbc political outlook for some days past.
'1 racu-rs v.-no profess an apprehension of a growth
ct BJciatistic views and of extreme antagonism
to <a|iltal in all forms were among the sellers
j-esterdny aad the buyers today. There was
some reriklon also of a story circulated yester
day with great detail to the effect that a cour
tpici:ous figure in the world of capital had been
totting cut of the market. Prominence bas been
i-ivta to the individual pointed to in aU recent
deal ruirOTs. as. for instance, in co-operation
with the Union Pacific attempt to control Read
12?, tte formation of a holding company for the
einbrarlte craipanlrs. and «o on. .Wben pressure
was *<*n to be lifted tod»y from United States
h:eel. Reading. Atciiißon and other supposed fa
vpritrs lv the speculative operations referred
to." the tradors changed their opinion of- tbe
n-ark^t. attitude. of the speculative leader. The
<s«y'e market operations had much to do with
coueidr ratios* of this professional nature. There
wss tlinrßTShiniT cttcntion paid 1 to the Union
l'acifec-liaiaCjore and Ohio transactions as an in
fi'jpc.-*- In tte market, elthough dlscuselon on
timt tuple continues without great show of in
terest. Tte opening drive against Beading was
cn-rn-rsyeii - fey the decreased earnings • reported
In tlip sr.n-!9! rei»rt. owing to the coal strike.
Tiie special interest in tbe fate of the Reading
|ii\>p<ny !i<?6 iv its dual character as a line in
th*« Baltimore end Ohio outlet to New York and
us t;-.e corporation Intrusted with tbe directing
c«nitrol of the balk of anthracite bodies. The
Uuif* Pariflc acquisition of Baltimore and Ohio
Las" thrown out of consideration the earlier sup
position tlie! the Reading movement was based
©d "a \u25a0 plan for transfer of coal properties to a
lioldln? company. But it 5s plausible to sup
pose that some plan of transfer might be In
viWed ia Penne.vlvaiiia'6 willingness to part
Tdtli Baltimore aad Oiiio. sn=h as would divorce
ti.e coa!-holdin; function from the tronk-llne
«->ntlet fcaotlcn !n Heading. Sentiment over
nicney" cccdltloas today v.es better than yesrer
«icr. Additional pcld was secured from the Bank
of Enslaji4 for New York, ss that institution re
frained from advancing Its of?.cial discount rate.
(Hiid w«s also announced ss being secured from
« ther sources* cot disclosed. Tbe ruling rate- for
<a!l loan? was lower, but tirr.e loans were firmly
!it Id. wUh bidding strong for the shorter periods
mi) very little offering. New York exchange at
Ciiicsgo burdened somewhat. San Francisco again
!\u25a0?<•«\u25a0: v,»d $500,000 from New York by transfer
thrcopli .tte Sub-Treasury. Tbe main, stress was
laid, hewcrer. upon hope of relief measures for
the/, benfat r.t tbe money market by the Treas
ury ectUorities. supposably- by depositing Gov
ernment taonej- w'.tli the national banks.. The
fecllns *w this score was confident, but no offl
cisl infensatica en the subject was obtainable.
laTcrew wae-arocsed by m report of the coming
«>f tbe financial, agent of tlie Japanese Oovvru
mect to negotiate a $40,000,000 loan . iff New
York. • Also b.v a report of the placing of
f00.000.000 of Santo Domingo bonds with N«»vr
York backers. Multiplying evidences of ilcman is
for capital on New York keep alive anrl-»ty over
tlie raoney t>Uuation. The special strenijlh of
Southern Pacific was due to reports cf eemlnjr
rlphts to «tockboldprs. which . were vag-iely <l«
fin?d in the current rnraers. The. closing t-D«e
vas irreyiilar. but sustained by the" late tupport
in Souttern Pacific • .'\u25a0..:
Sonds were steady. Total sales, par value,
»i.? 25.000. . ,
l.'nited States bon<U were unchanged on call.
New York Stock List.
F_ F. Button & Co.. \u25a0 430 California street,
n"!Tfl>ers of the New York Stock Exchange, fur
i;!d Gim followisc list of bond and stock sales
j esf crdar: . : \u25a0 \u25a0 .
' Saics-j STOCKS. jHlgh Low) Bid Ask
....... {Adams Express..' ..... ..... 275 310
..-\u25a0/. ..1A1H5-Cfcftlmers i.V. 16% 17%
..:] Eh> pfd 43! i 44
47,WK) Amalg Copper . .1141*113 114?» 114H
• • Tii, 100 jAm , Beet Sugar. . 22% 22% 22 \u25a0 22%
... ] Do pfd 83 68
•..-..:: Can C 0...... ..... -6% '-7%
....... DofM 58 59'
".20CJAni Car & Ffiy. . 44" 43 .' 45?4 44
. ..'....) I>j pfd *-...-. .*.. v. 100 101
2.tW»]Am Cotton Oil.. 35% 35 . 34% 35"
i Do pfd ..... ..... 93 04
. .- lAtnerlciin -Ex ;. 250 ; 25S
:.|Am Ortts Twine! 8U 9
-.;-. .-"...JAai'Hlde & I.thr|. ;...-. 6' -6%
... J)o pfd :.. 25 27
7uOAm Ice Seeuritie* 88% 68% SS . SB%
lAmerican Linseed . 19 20H
..-.:...- Do pfd- 40! 41".
ISnftiAn I^<!Cf>t3Otire. . 76»il 75^ 75U 76
l«\ Dopfd'.- -lilt 114 113H 114
O.rjV:]Atu Smlt &\u25a0 Rfgi!r;uV,Jls4 154*4 155 .
If*'} iwpfd ..-. :.-. .|115%1115% 115% 115%
3,4oo]A3jeric«n Sugar. 136 % IS6>4 1?.Q% 187
..| r Do pfd ....... : 133 138
• 200 Ara Steel Fndrs. 11% 11% 11 n«
I>o pfd ....... .:... :.... 44% 45
,-. ....'Aja Tel. & Tel:. ..... ...:. 13S 143,
l'*Am Tofceceo pfd| i)Q\ «fl% »O>A 100
, _.'\u25a0 SOTdAm-rlosn - Woolen! 57%» :57% -S«U 57U
;......) l>o pM .......1. j..:.. 104% 105'
13.SSf)ft!AnaivtfM5a ...... .:.I2«V»%!2SS 290. 290%
• Sf«OfAt!r<n Co^M Line'MS |142% 143 144
24.700' A -T &.{ssnU Fe 107>A 106% 107>4 10754
! Jki-pfd ........ ...:. ..'-\u25a0.. 10114 101%
siW)ißi!t & 0hi0.... 124% 12214 124% 124V t
i p<i dM; .:. ..... ...:.L92. .92%
- s.4f*m n T. :...."....-. 7»?i 78% 79% 79^4
ißro-A-Jjra Un- Gusl.r. .. ..:*.. 122* 130
t' r.:.J^prwrta Sonfh<rn.|... .. ...:. 66. J 67
2f«oiC«n»<l r«cJa<*\.:.il77?4 177«-i 177V^ 177%
*«VM'r. ft, 0...........1 «r?vij <n <»%j «?%:
K»;C & A ".! 32%( SO 82 1R2%
:...|H» nM -;\u25a0„:... 1. :.'..|. ..V. L 75 179
S00;C & O W.......1 17%J 17% 17ri *1R
....( r» pfd "A"...!: i..... 74T»| 75*4,
New York Stock List Continued.
•JOOl Do pfd "8"...| 27 126 |20 26%
! l>o <icbs 1 1 SI 83
2i*t;C i N W 210 I-JO9 2t)t»'A 210
9.600' C M & St P 177% 176% 177H 177%
.......I Do pfd ..{...?. 193 196
I,l'ouiCcua-ai i.cmuw. .\ ia^ii ob^i o»
LUo pfj |.....| 102 102%
iCUicago Term ..| 12 13^
I Do pfd 1 27 L*y^i
I'OOjChlc Cn Traction 4% *M -Hi. *%
- ! Do pfd 17*4 18
|C CC 4 SfL 92 93
•• |St Paul Rights.. 17% 17H 17% 17%
3,C00,C0l Fuel & Iron. 57H 5G% 57% 57V*
.. . Colo Southern... 361g Sti^i 36U 37
• • Da Ist pfd 66% 67%
Do 2d pfd 50 50%
...Consolidated Gas 139 140
••' jCoru Products 19 20
I Do pfd' .1 1..... 73% 75
2.900 Del & Hudson.. 1 227% 22tf 226 227
DL & WV. ....1 530 350
B°OD &It G 43 42% 42% 43
Do pfd 85U go
De» 11 & Ft d :: .!:!:
Detroit Un-Ry 0414 65
IDlamond Match \u25a0 124 2 125
3,9ooiDUill Securities. 74% 73 73t| 74
Du^uth f SS& A. ...!!.!!.. i|g ilu
'isiooo Erie 0 .P. P . f . ( !. :;:;;;; "4sii *47ii !I^ !|it
400 Do Ist pfd.... 77i! 77U 77^* 77 v
200 Do 2d pfd.... 71 71 70U jn'
Fed M& S pfd m £*
*25l??*t? tl .Electric. Electric - 166% 166" 166% 1664
99 4 Sgreel°e rt^n n Co PP p d : $8
1.500 Illinois Central.. 177 173" mii 17514
..-^ter^arf^:- ' 3^ **« | S * |%
.... 3^ffi M p aP Tr p f d :.^" :^ gg «.
... 30 °ln£ft d we7 S2 ** «« 82
....... i Later irOWCr \u25a0. , , ... aq \L K(\
.... coo K r a mp --- «*\u25a0\u25a0 IP In
200 l0 5S Sff^' ' " : : -i» "SO* " 30 10%
Blpiil ii I
Mil
Do pfd 5i If
valley ..:::: £ %
Do pfd ii? i?»
.. 1 : SOOMo Do X p a f I d & M as* M ? &%
; 7/SOO Mtownrt Pacific!: gf^ -97% 98 g^
•^i^tS.ntl^ad":: -79" "ft*
....... NaUo^Biscuu ..... .;;;; gH J
S.OOONev co pper . gft \u25a0$% Jgg Uz|
spfcilii
W. Ist pfd.... ... jfS^ ,55
Do 2nd pfd.... . rS X H2
[ do pfd*:::::::: ::::;\u25a0•••• ho J^
::::::: Eo^^::::::::: \% \%
Pacific Mall ?7U "2
78,100 Pennsylvania mil iii^i t«v l^ai
600 1 CBr M '^ s*> "? 55
I DO pfd 97 no
iPuliman Car Co '047 Ja
I.2oojßy Steel Spngs Co 55% 67% "07% 58
I • Do pfd in? . mj
359.000iReadlng ...... 153% i 49% 151^ \°A
) Do Ist pfd 89 fin
100 Do 2nd j>fd.... 99 U 09 ii 98 100
1-200 1- Do pfd 9954 »9 99 '* 99a?
600 Rock Island Co.. 27U 26% 27U rr2
300 Do pfd C 52 652 65U sfii?
100 Sloes-Sheffield ..'. 75% 73% 744 74^
I Do pfd ........ ...„ 1.... ioe^ ij*-*
StLiSF Ist pd e^ 701'
700 DO 2nd pfd../: 43% 43 43^ Ii k
100 St L & S W.... 24^ 2494 24% 25
900 Do pfd ...... 60 59 llu. 5914
14.200 Southern Pacific. 96« 93% 96% 06^
5,000 Southern Railway 37% 37 37% rtu
100 Do pfd ........ 100 100 99% 100
....... Term Coal & Iron ieo 164
........ T Pae LT Co so S3
8,600 Texas Pacific .... 37% 36Vi 36=4 36T4
IThird Avenue 121U 19R
TRy& T Co 31 " 32U
200'T, St L & W.. 35 34% 3414 33
500 Do pfd ........ 65 54% 54U B3U
600 Twin City R T.. 115% 116$ 115 110%
Union B & P.. 514 6 i?
... Do pfd si 73 se**
83,800 Union Pacific .*.-.. ISS% XS6«i 187% IS6
Do pfd .'. 92% 93%
.-.. Dnited Copper ... .; $$it e6Xi,
400 Dnlted RofS F. 67% 67 67? 6S
...i Do pfd ." 73« 74
1,000 Do 4s ........ 84% 54% 84« S5
300 C S C I Pipe.... 47H 46% 46% 47%
LL D 3°3 °P f<l • '••-•• 90 01
US Express. 133 135
US R £ Cons... 74 |g
-. OSRA R Co ..... 84 37
Do pfd 73*' 75
900 U SRubber 55 54 54% 55
400 Do Ist pfd .... Ill' 109y; Uo»i 11064
:•.. Do 2nd pfd. 78 81
64.100 U 8 Steel C0r. ... 45^i 44« 45% 45ai
4.500 Do pfd 107JZ 106% 106J4 107
100 Va -Car Chem Co. 40% 40^4 40V* 41
,100 Do pfd 110% 110V6 109% 110%
Wabash ......... r. 19S 20
200 Do pfd........ 44% 44* 441{ 44%
... Do deb ''B*" 80, 81
- Wells -Fargo Ex.. 290 300
600 Western" Union . . SB% S7& 87% S8«
Westinghouse ' : 147 155
W& L E ...... ..... ..... is 18%
Do Ist pfd .............. 89 42
... : Do 2nd pfd.... .'.... 23% 24%
-.. Wisconsin Cent... 24U 25
I>> Pfd ..... 61- 52
1.052.100 char*s sold.
- Jievv York BonAs.
U S ref 2s reg....104% Jap 6s 2dSerieg...looU
Do coupon 105% . Do 4%s cert. ... 92U
Do 3s reg. . . . . . .103% Do 4s cert...... 83
Do coupon 103% Do 4%s 2d Ber.v>9oH
Do old 4s reg... 103 L & N.Unl 45::... 100%
Do coupon IO3U Man; con gold- 45.. 101%
Do new 45"reg. .131 Mcx Central 4s 81 r 4
Do coupon 181 \u25a0 Do Ist mc "... 22U
Am T0b, 45....... 77% Minn Sc. St L 45.. 92%
Do 6s ;-.-.\u25a0 .. .112V* M X & T 45. . : . .101
Atchison gen 45... 102% - Do 2ds .;..'..... -85%
Do adj 45....... 95% N RR of M. con 4s. 86-
Atl Coast Une 45. -.98% N V Cent-gen 3%«. 92%
lialt & Ohio. 45. . 103^ N-.J. Cent gen 55.. 126%
Do 3%s- ;. 92H Northern Pae 45. '..104%
Brook R T;cv;4s. 94^4 T>o 2s .....*.r.. ..75U
Cent of Ga. 55.. ..112 X:4 W-con 4i.".V.100
Do Ist 1nc....;. 9* lOr Short L rfdg 4s B5
Do 2d inc....... "8894 I'enn ct-8%5.....101%
Do 8d inc....:.. S7 ; Reading Gen 45... 992
Ches & Ohio 4%5.104 S L &^.M,coo Pe.114%
Chic i'Alt 3%5.V;77 Sit S-F.fg 45.; 83^
C B & Q new.4s.. 08% St LSW. con 45...78 '
C El *'P.'45..-...'77H Si-atoard A Line 4s 87
P0'c01*55.'.. ."..:.: 90 Si/ithern-Tac 45r..9i " .
CCC&S Lgeni4s.lol>4 Do Ist 4s; cert* 96
Colo Ind 5s Ser A: 76>4 Sou 'Railway '55.- 115«
Colo Midland 45.. 72% Tex &~Pac 15t5:..119 -
Colo &• Sou 45...." 91% 1ol;St L & W 4t.--82«
Ct-ba 5s -......:\u25a0. ".102 Cnion Pac?4«.!~M024
DIBG 45:.".... 100% U S, Steel -2d 55. V98i2
Di* ; Securities ss . 97 Wa bash 1 s ts -\u0084. . '.. Us '
F.rie prior. lien 4s.' 99 DoLDeb 8....V. 80
Do Gen 45.. ... .-59% Western-Md 4s.:.*B4ii
Hock Valley 4%5.106'- Wh & Lake E 4*.-. : B7Vi
Japan 6s .. .".r....100% Wls Central :45.. .' 00 ;
New York Mining Stock*.
Adams C0n. .;.'...: .20|I.Ittler*Chief l.'rV;. 03
Alice .-..".*."•.\u25a0;'...".".' 3. 6olOnttrlo /.....;-..; <> --,
8reece* ;. ..;...... ; ,20O»hir ..........:: 2.'7."i
Brunswick" Con. ':.'." .33 Potosl-..".....,.... 'jo
Comstock ' Tunnel."." -' 10 Savage -.*..".".•...;.-. \u25a0 so
O>u Cal &Va.. '.:.; ?siSierra Nevada.....
H«*n Silver ..... .l.KtlSmall- Hopes '.......\u25a0 30
Inn Silver ."."..... s.OOiStandard. OOiStandard .: ...";.•.-' 1 75
Lvadville Con...V. 03) \u25a0: ."
. " Boston ' Stocks r and Bond*.
Money— '. ? 'l Allou'ez '.-. . ... . .. .*...; 36i;
Call loans: .. . . . . .. 6® B| Amalgamated ". '.. ..11454
THE -ISAN -FRANCISCO CALL", FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1906.
Time loane '-.'.'.].; [email protected] Ariz Commercial. .'. 39 \u25ba'
•"• Bonds — •\u25a0': \u25a0 - -.• Atlantic ..;...'. .T. ".12*
Atchlson 4s ... ..100W Bingham • ... .. ..'. .36%
DoAdJ -.45. •.-...: 05' r.ulte Coalition: ;:.-3<%
Mcx Central. 45... 79^ Calumet & Hecla. .780 ;
Railroads— ..;\u25a0' Calumet & Ariz. .:120 y
Atchlsoa ......... 107H Centennial "....\u25a0.'.".., 24 y^
' Do pfd ...... J .-.. 101 ft Copper Range .;. .; iojs
Boston;& Albany.. 243 :- Daly West .<;..... I<%
Boston : & Maine. .164 1'rank11n ...... .... . 22^
Boston' Elevated.. l34^i Grunby •• r - < *
Kltchburgr pfd . . . : : 135 £ Gretfie . Con . . 2S . :
Mcx : Central ?: . . . .- 21 V> Isle \u25a0 Koyale '. : 21 •.
N V X H & H...192- Mass -Mining ....-:»
Pere. Marquette. .'. 33 Michigan-.' ..14%
Uhloa Pac - .:. .V.157?4 Mitchell ..... :'• •- • _g
Miscellaneoiis — . . ... Mohawk .'. ••• • • G° \u25a0
Am Arge Chem... 27 Mc.nt Coal & Coke. 2Vi
Do pfd ..::...;. 03 "VlNoTada ....:....-. l?'i
Am . Pneu Tube . V. , 13 North Bntte .'. .... • 98 Vt
Am Sugar .136% Old Dominion ... . 4i ?«
Do_pfd . . . . . . . ..135 O«;eola • -120 •
Am Tel & Tel... 137% Parrot ............ 28%'
Am' Woolen" .. 37% Quincy •••• ,^
Do pfd .........104% Shannon •,il*'
Dom Iron & Steel. 30% Tamarack . . ... ...100- :
Ed ' Elec 11ium .... 23fi Tcowmseh ......... '. W ' ;
Mass Elec ....... 20 Trinity, •'••"•••v"—*-i2,7
Do pfd ......... .71 \tj United Copper 66%
Mass Gas ........ 59. U S Mining. ..->... 61|.
United Fruit ... ..110% U S Oil. ....--••• >. .?^
United Shoe Mach. 80% Utah ............. ™%
Do pfd ......... 29% Victoria ......-.•• 6%
U S Steel. .... 45% Winona •-..." .....»%
Do pfd .. ..106% Wolverine ..... l 4(i
\u25a0 Mining-
Adventure .6% ;
THE COPPER STOCKS.
BOSTON. Sept. 20i— The Copper market looks
entirely different now. from what it has-been
at any time In the ; past three or four years.
Confidence is" restored-, among all the traders
scd the Interest in Coppers is spreading all, over
the country. The market price, today showed JlttJe
change, but all the liquidation was easily taken
care of, and at the close the prices. wero very
good. I'
Lcudon Closing Stocks.
Consols, money..B6 5-l«Mo Kan'(& Tex.... 37%
Do account . .86 7-16 N V Central, r.'. . ..149
Anaconda ........ 16 Norfolk & West....9i •
Atchison ....... ..110% - Do pfd ......... 94 \u25a0
Do pfd 103 Ontario & West... 51%
Bait & Ohio . .127% Pennsylvania . . . . . 75%
Canadian Pao 183% Rand- Mines ...... 6%
Ches & Ohio.. 65% Reading ...... <8 '
Chic' Great West. 18»4 Southern Railway.. 38%
Chic Mil & St P.. 183 Do pfd-.... 103%
De Beers .......; 18% Southern Pacific ...-95%
DiRQ U\i Union Pacific -. . . .193%
Do pfd . : . . .... .89 Do pfd ....... •• 96 >,
Erie 40?iU S 5tee1: ........ 46%
Do Ist pfd.... f. SO Do. pfd 110%
Do 2d pfd -.13 Wsbash ...,2V.
Illinois -Central ..179? Do pfd ..........46%
Loulsv & Xashv..l3s i Spanish 4s 94
Bar SUver— Uncertain; 31 9-16 d per ounce.-
Money — 3% @4 per -cent. \u25a0 • , • ,
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills Is 4 M- per cent and for three-month
bills Is . [email protected] Ver cent..
Condition of the Treasury. •
WASHINGTON. Sept. 20.— Today's .treasury
statement: Available \u25a0 cash balance^ $216,3.8,
019- gold coin and bullion. $113,600,909; gold
certificates, $36,849,720.
Jie\r York'; Cyotton j Market.
NEW YORK; Sept. 20.— The cotton market
had one of the . dullest sessions In many . weeks.
By midafternoon the fluctuations covered a
range of only four .points. Prices were some
what lower In response .to : a disappointing set
of cables and more favorable crop accounts.
The weather was generally favorable. . with
moderate showers over . the \u25a0 eastern and cen
tral ' belts, but fair elsewhere. ' Considerable
cotton has-been bought in .anticipation of; a
spot squeeze and a - frost scare and this robj
the market of a ' source of strength should
there be any actual damage. I The movement Is
gradually increasing and next - week should see
a considerable increase in receipts.
There seems to be a -deadlock in prices
around the present basis, with the majority of
the trade very bearish. -: The movement of. cot
ton at both the ports and interior Is - running
behind that of last year and ptaould be ex
pected-If the crop is \u25a0tobe as forecast. . Ex
porters are finding it very hard to get under
contract for September : shipments. \u25a0 -The -.short
interest is no doubt the sustaining feature of
the market and the : public seems content to
stay out and. let the professionals have the
market \u25a0 to themselves. \u25a0 , \u25a0 -I _,~--v, ~--v
Options— .-..•• V Open. High. Low. Close.
O?toV?? eT ... '.:'.'.'.'. h'.mh '. «:93c 8:88 c; -fi.'sSc
November ' 9.06 c 9.06 c 9.02 c 9.03 c
December ....... 9.22 c 9.23 c 9.19 c 9.22 c
January 9.31 c 9.32 c 9.23 c 9.29 c
March 9.46 c 9.48 c. 9.44s -.9; 45c
jj a y 9.57 c 0.51 c 9.55 c 9.5»c
\cw Orleans wires that sentiment is bearish
an*d that a full crop- will be made, and the
South is ot but one opinion on this point -that
It Is most likely a lower level of values will
be attained, as tbe receipts indicate signs of
increasing. \u25a0 A large October movement Is gen
erally- expected. '
\ew Yorlt : Grain ; and , Produce.
NEW YORK, Sept. '20.— FLOUR— Receipts.
26.300 Darrels; eipons.^OO.barrels; sales,; l2.ooo
packages. 'Firm, with fair inquiry.
WHEAT— Receipts, 105,000 bushels; sales.
2.550.000 futures. Spot firmer. No. 2 J red,
78 % c elevator and SOc f. ,o.- b. afloat;
Northern Duluth. 85% c f. o.b. afloat; , No. 2
hard winter. S2»ic- f .. o. b. . afloat. • Kxcept
for a slight decline around the opening on poor
cables, wheat was generally firm all - day ? end
much higher. Commission r houses - and shorts
were good buyers. Influenced by; light North
west receipts, large clearances, bull .support
and good cash demand. Near the close sudden
reactions followed heavy r realizing and last
prices were but-Uc to %c.: higher.. May closed
84»ic- September closed 79% c; December,
81 ' 13-16<g$2 1-16 C, closed S2%c.
COFFEE: — Futures 'closed \u25a0 steady at nn ad
vance of 15 to 20 points. Sales, 36.250 bags. In
cluding October; at 0.36(36.45c: December. 6.40
S™ss?: March. 6.55«56^5c: May, [email protected];
June. 6.SOc: July. [email protected] .-
Spot Rio. steady; No. 7 invoice, \u25a0 SHe; mud,
Stefldv ' \u25a0
SUGAR— Raw, steady; fair refining/v 3%c: |
centrifugal, W test, 4%c; molasses sugar, 3%c; :
WOOL-* — Stpsidy. \u25a0 \u25a0 *'-
PETROLEUM— Steady? ' '; v: \u25a0 ,
.- . DRIED FRUITS. '
EVAPORATED APPLES— The market Is un
changed wltli the best | supplies for the old crop
quoted at [email protected]; new crop, State, ,6%@7%c
for goo<l to choice and new crop. Southwestern;
at [email protected]?* In bags. V : ,W
"PRUNES Are unchanged .on spot, with quo
tation.-, rsnslns from 6%c to B^4 c. -
APRICOTS — Arc quiet, and firm. Choice, 16c;
extra choice. 17c; fancy, [email protected]
PEACHES— Unchansed, with > choice quoted at
10%@llc; extra? choice. [email protected] 1 ll%c; fancy. 11®
12c; extra- fancy. [email protected]%c... . \u25a0
- RAISINS-^-Unchanged. Loose Muscatel quoted
at 6»[email protected]; 6eeded • raisics, , 6(g8c; ; . London \u25a0 ltj
ers, nominal. ; . . • ' :., . t
Xevr York Metal Market. \ J
NEW- YORK, Sept. 20.— There was- an .»*
vance in the London - tin ?' market, with - spot
closing at £184 2s 6d and futures at. £182 15s.
The local * market was . quiet, . with spot | quoted
at [email protected], or . about .unchanged, the ; in6ide
price - being - bid.' \u25a0 \u25a0- -^ ..-.-\u25a0 - \u25a0
Copper wsb about 2s 6d lower in the English
market, with both, spot ; and • futures - closing -at
£88. Locally there was -no chance. LakeV
$19.12% ©19.37% : = electrolytic, : [email protected]%, and
casting, [email protected] ' ,' „ ' nj : , \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0---'\u25a0
Lead was Is 3d lower at £18 8s 9d in Lon
don. Locally the 1 market was unchanged, ; wltli
spot; quoted •\u25a0 at. [email protected]%, according to de-
Speiter was unchanged at £ 27 10s '\u25a0 in London,
and at, 56.3006.40 in the New, York market.
Iron was higher -in London,: with: standard
foundry • quoted \u25a0at 54s ' and ' Cleveland i warrants
at 54s 6d. . Locally the marke^ continues firm.:? *
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
Future :, Oral n ; and . Provisions.
~ CHICAGO. Sept. . 20.— The' wheat market to
day opened strong - and ~ continued abroad :,j and
active . until '\u25a0 the close. ; The local opei^tors now
consider ' the Northwestern r situation as "\u25a0 bullish.
Every. l mill in Minneapolis is -running,'; the i flour
market Is : gradually : Improving \u25a0 and ' farmers ,' are
said /to be \u25a0 holding ', their, spring < wheat \u25a0 for • a
better price. The strength \u25a0'» of coarse . grains
was t also \u25a0 responsible I for I some ' of | the I strength.
Shorts who sold: early In i,the day, on the .theory
that a~ recession '; was • due , after a : continual - ad
vance of \u25a0 five days were I active "In I covering their
wheat. ": December wheat opened a shade to %o
lower at 74%c • to - [email protected]%c, . sold -between
74mg7514c'and 'closed ,%c higher at.74%c.i i ;:
The corn market was firm all day. r December
corn • opened unchanged stor.%c !• lower at : [email protected]
43Hc. sold between- 43c ? and 43%@43%c, anci
closed strong and %@%c higher at [email protected]%c.
The 'oats market was somewhat erratic. - De
cember oats opened %@%c Tower at [email protected]%c,
sold' between 34% c and 84%c,: and' closed .weak
and ?«,c lower 7 at: 34%c. ''-•.,,••/: ='~'..^;-'-'.'S' ;\u25a0
\u25a0"• Realizing- sales caused -a- lower v close ; ,to,the
provisions market. '\u25a0\u25a0. At : the < close < January \u25a0 pork
was ' 2%c ; higher; \ lard } was • unchanged * and > ribs
were ; down - 10c." : ';.' \u25a0\u25a0 /••- \u25a0"\u25a0' /.\u25a0:/'\u25a0\u25a0'
> The f leading ; futures ranged \u25a0 as j follows: , ,
"Articles—/ ;- Open: - High. ' Low. /.; Close.
' "Wheat — \u25a0" \u25a0 \u25a0 '.\u25a0 ' '" . - - '" / ' ' ' - -
September ..... 72%? -73 1 * 72 '72%
December, - 74% .. ,7514 . -74% .'74%
Mayj-V-V....... . 78%,. . 79U . 75% .: • 75%^
September .....' '49' : 4Q% .'49 "49%'
December. ....'.. 43% v , 43}J 43 . ' 43%
May;.'..:.....;". : '43% - 44% = ... 43% .' 43%
-'Oats—; -\u25a0", '-/ - - - \u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :-.' \u25a0 /\u25a0-' \u25a0-'.\u25a0\u25a0
September ...... 34 '•- 34%. 33% . '33%
December ; ;.: -34JJ, 34T4 34 ,34%
May-/...:.:.'.'. .".'-: 35%... 35 j»: ; 35% . ;3514
\u25a0 Mess' pork, : peri bbl. — \. -, .
September .....10.75. 16.80 16.70 \u25a0 19.75 '.
January ;.. :.;;:13. 00 ,13.10 13.00 13.00
\u25a0 Lard. : per; 100 4 lbs.— /_
Septembex ..;..i"8:85' 8.83> R.R2%- 8.82%'
October -::.. . .'. 5.82% \u25a0 8.87% -. B. SO , i 8i B. SO
November , ..... 5. 45; ; 8.50 -. 8.42% . 5.42U
January ..... :. ; 7.75, 'i 7.77% v 7.70: -7.72%
Short, ribs, per 100- lbs.—^MCMMN^HKßtafcß
September . .. . . 8:85- --• 8.55 -i S.SS 8.55' •
October. ....... 8.57% .-H. 60 8.45- 8.45"
January ....... 7.00. ,7.0b ; 6.07%,: 7.00,
Cash Grain jand - Provisions.'
A CHICAGO, Sept;: i 20.— Cash . quotations', were
as ' follows.' \u25a0 Flour k strong." .,' No.'. 2 : spring ; wheat."
7Ci&soe ; : No. - 3,t 76% @79c ; -.-, No. 2 .-, red, 72(fj
73c; ' No. . 2 v corn.'w 50c: i^No;r, 2 '/ yellotv, i SOc ;
No., 2 : oats, \u25a0 33Ti<^ «No.l 2 twjiite.'v [email protected];sNoA .1
white. , [email protected]%c ; s No.'S 2 i rye.t 60c ; E f air <\u25a0 to i choice
malt!ng,[email protected];*No:sl«flaxseed."»sUo7%;aNo.'sl!
Northwestern,^ $1.13: \ prime % timothy.t Beed,--J $4.30;
cloTer.-f contract I grades, ; $12.25 ; J short ! ribs.** shies
(loose).t $8.75^8.85;? mesa J pork.l perjbbl,l $16.70;
lard.-per 100 lbs. $5.82%; short- clear - sides
(boxed), i58.87V.(&9;- whisky,-, basis <ot'. high
wines.,, $1.29. \u25a0 ....-/>••.>-; =
••"•'•' Articles—^ : -, ; -/;.'\u25a0" Receipts." Shipments.
Flour, barrels . 26,300 " 31.100
Wheat, bushels""'" . 70.000 22,200
Corn,: bnshels '"""'..... 3G1.600 : I > 673,200
Oats. .. busliels "' "" " " ..283,000 . - 177.100
Rre.-bashels -"*""" ... ' 13.000 4.000
Barley, . bushels ' " ' " .'. . • • 53,600 - 13,000
Butter, Cheese and Eggs.
r CHICAGO, • Sept. 20.— 0n the Produce Ex
change \u25a0 today i the butter - market \u25a0 was steady;
creameries, [email protected]: dairies, . [email protected]%C > \u25a0 Epgs,
firm ;^ at mark,, boxes included. . [email protected]; firsts,
20c; prime firsts, 21 3 4c; extras, 24c. Cheese,
tirm,,ll%@i 2aic \u25a0 ..
- Eastern -Livestock Market. .
CHICAGO, Sept 20. — CATTLE— Beceipts,
2000; 1 market steady to strong. Beeves, $3.Ss<g
0.95; cows and; heifers. [email protected]; stoefcers and
feeders, $2.65® 4 60-- Texans, [email protected];-West
er n5,[email protected]; calves, $6<g:S. : ' -I \u25a0 \u25a0
-HOGS— Receipts 17,000; - market .•\u25a0:\u25a0• [email protected]
higher, v Mixed, and butchers', $6.10®<5.62%;
good: heavy, [email protected]^>; rough ; heavy, $5.70<3
s.93Mlght, $6.2555.C2%; pigs, [email protected];.bu1k
ofisales, [email protected] - ,' -^ ' r;
SHEEP— Recelots. 18,000; market r steady.
Sheep, $3.90Q5.55. - lambe. [email protected] : 1.-J
lioa Anseles Markets."
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 20. — Butter ; was ; the i
feature of the produce .market today. , Recently
butter had had a very firm undertone,' and \u25a0 Sat
urday, the butter board of trade advanced prices
all along the line." This was not satisfactory to
produce , dealers., and prices were raised again
without mention of the fact to the . ; butter
board. .It is apparent that the : latter organiza
tion is ' losing ! control of . the general | butter traf
fic and hereafter the Produce Exchange \u25a0 will r fix
official \u25a0; prices, it \u25a0is understood; \u25a0In - the V egg
market no change is noted, the situation being
steady without particular easiness. .There ; are
hints of a-\u25a0 break because of : the slackened • de
mand'during the warm weather.-. . •:
,Eggs — Local, branch, candled. 35c: .northern
ranch,: candled. SOc; fresh Eastern, ;S2c; selected
Eastern : storage, : 27c. :;
Butter — Local \u25a0 creamery, fancy, [email protected] ; -' val
ley creamery, fancy, [email protected]; 'coast, creamery,
fancy. 55c; \u25a0 coast dairy, choice, [email protected]%c; cook
ing. 22c.:'--. .•-...-\u25a0.-.\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0 _\ • .: V ..-. \u25a0-=._%.-.:,- ;.'\u25a0
• Cheese— Northern fresh.; 14 @ 15c; v Anchor
large, ,17c; Anchor, Young America, -18c; An
chor hand, 19c; Eastern singles, [email protected]%c; East
eraV twins. [email protected]: Eastern . Cheddars, 16c;
Eastern Longhorn. . 16%(5J17c; ," Eastern ' Daisy,
16% @ 17c ; Swiss imported, 28c ; Swiss I domestic,
20c;. Llmburger. ; 20c ; brick .c ream, \u25a0 20c. - - -
Potatoes (ctl)— Early • Rose northern.'-'- $1.35(?8
1.40; Burbanks, [email protected]: choice, [email protected];
Salinas,' $1.75: Highlands, $1.6031.75; sweet po
tatoes, $2(552.25. \u25a0 •;.-
Onions — Yellow Danvers. [email protected]; *.'." north
ern.' $1.50;' garlic.' 8c; Chilis, green. Sc; evapo
rated, -20c; : sun dried. 20c; ground,.l2V4c;;Mexi
can, bulk.''- 18c; " -Austin brown, ; local, $1.50;
northern, $1.2501.50. .••.•.•.'- ->\u25a0:\u25a0 -.-\u25a0\u25a0
> Beans; (ctl)— Pink No. 1. $2.60; No. 2, $1.00:
Lima No.-J. $5: Lady Washington No. I,' $3.25®
3.50: Ladyi Washington small white,'. No. 1, $3.60
Q3.75; Blackeye, $6.50; Garvanzas, [email protected];
lentils, [email protected]^ a pound. ' . ; --
\u25a0 Honey Mper ponndi — Comb.- water white. 16c;
light amber.* 12013 c; comb white. 14c: ex
tracted, water white. GO-ponnd cans.'. [email protected];
extracted, white, 60-pound cans.' [email protected] ' \u25a0
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
Porelarn -Futures.
• LIVERPOOL.
• TTheat— Sent. ~ : Dec. ; '.""'March.
Opening ;.. ..... 6 2«4 «3'i
Closing ......... 62% 6 3T4: ' Nominal.
' PAKIS.
Wheat—-- Sept. Jan.-Aprll.
Opening 22 fi.% • -23 a 5 \u25a0
Closing 22.70 2303
..Flour— \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0- .- \u25a0 ;-\u25a0:•:.\u25a0:' -;.'. ." v .. . \u25a0 :
Opening ...'. : . 29 S5 30 00
Closing ...30 00 30 05
\u25a0 Sale of Sheepskins.
LONDON, Sept. 20. — A"; sale of 5200 bales of
oheepsklns was held in Mincing' Lane today.
The attendance ' was good and competition was
fair. Merino ; combings, were, . %<l and .cross
breds- %@%d; lower. Merino^clothlns: sold rat
uenhanged, prices to. an advance of lid. "
\u25a0 Northern Wheat Market.
'- OREGON.
-> PORTLAND."-/- Sept. 20.— WHEAT— Club, : 63c;
bluestem. 66c; red. 60c: valley, 66©6Sc.
- -:•.: •.- -\u25a0 ..-:.. . - WASHINGTON. -t^,.-
TACOMA. Sept,-- 20.— WHEAT— Unchanged ;
bluestem, • CSc; ; club,- 65c; red. . C2c.
. '. Northern' Business. -' •
PORTLAND. Sept. 20.— Clearings, • J959.162:
balances. $t05,656. \u25a0••:\u25a0; . - :
SPOKANE.; Sept. 20.— Clearings, $565,613;
balances. -$11,373: •\u25a0\u25a0. - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•:\u25a0...•
.SEATTLE. Sent. 20.— Clearings. $1,932,350;
balances. 5445.857. .
•..-.' TACOMA. Sept. 20.— Clearings, $617,695; \u25a0,bal
ances, $39,451;. . ?7. - .\u25a0\u25a0'.-\u25a0 \u25a0 -..:_./:?.
-.-... . . .. -. =.:-;_.( • • '; • " : _', \u25a0\u25a0
LOCAL \u25a0 MARKETS. -
\u25a0 Eiehange - arid Bullion.
.: : \u25a0;• ' - v LOCAL. :\u25a0\u25a0-:: ;' -. ': \u25a0
Sterling Exchange', sixtsr v days.;.. — ' (34.81
Sterling ; Exchange, 5ight;... ...... ; —^ v ©4.84
Sterling • Exchange,' cab1e5. .'. . .... — @4.f 5
New -York Exchange, sight. . .... ' — • @-. 02
New York '; Erehange,; telegraphic. . — . ® 04
Silver, per ounce 6S%(§! '.- — *-
Mexican D011ar5. ...:.'....'........ — <&i 50%
INTERNATIONAL. \: :,,-/.
N>w York on Pari5. ........ . . ."..'. :520»(i
New York on Mexico. '. . '. ... ."• ............. 108%
Paris, on L0nd0n. . .... ....'.......... ....25.10%
Berlin on ; London -......../ .20.43%
- Wheat nnd Other Grains.
WHEAT — Futures^ were . higher.' both here and
at Chicago. In ;this -market' all- conditions In
tbe cash grain remalnedas before stated. There
is plenty of spot grain \u25a0 offering, but . the market
rules very steady.' --There: Is- an*.- increasing
demand up ' north for' South America. . \ \u25a0 \u25a0
CASH: WHEAT.
California Club," $1.20 for No.. 1 and $1.21 U
for choice; California; White Australian, $1.27%
@1. 30; . lower grades of [email protected]
1.17% : Northern Club," to- arrive,- $1.22%@1.25;-
Northern Bluestem,. sl.3o; Northern Red, $1.22%
(5.1.25 per ctl. ' ' \u25a0• - . - . .
FUTURES.: .
... 10 to 11 :30 , o'clock - Session.
December — $1.25.- , • V / \u25a0 .
BARLEY— Therp was no further change yes
terday, either in the spot grain or futures. The
market . for ' both', was • steady, and a continued
good demand in the- country for; shipment was
reported. \u25a0 . '/
CASH -BARLEY.
G00& to choice Feed./ spot, , $1.02%@1.06>4 :
common Ito fair. [email protected] per | ctl ; : Brewing and
Shipping. - $1.07% ©1.10. per. ctl: ' Chevalier.
$1:12%@1.20 for poor to common and $1.25(g1.50
f6r choice. .. r - ' :
/V:^!-\'v- .'• : ..FDTDRES. ' . 'j \u25a0
f . ' 10 to 11:30 o'clock Session/ ;
December— sl.oo%. :'.':
%\u25a0> OATS — Are • still.. held tr with - firmness at un
changed prices. \u25a0 Some ; very . choice White . from
the - north . are offering 'on "Change. Receipts St
the- new crop are; increasing, ~ but not i rapidly,'
as far as the product of this = State Is concerned.
. Good to choice • Red, [email protected]% : " common to
fair. -$l;[email protected]; White, $1.32%<g1.42%;
Blacks. [email protected] per ctl.- \u25a0* '-\u25a0 \u25a0 >" v i V"/ •• -
''CORN — The market continues in the same old
rut; spot ; stocks ; being- scarce . and values gen
erallyiflrm. .: . .. .» . :/\u25a0••;
\u25a0California, [email protected] for small round yellow;
California • white. - nominal; - : ..Western • mixed,
$1.37%; Yellow, $1.40; White. ; $i:[email protected]% , per
cental.- \u25a0 \u25a0 •\u25a0.-.\u25a0\u25a0. \u25a0•.\u25a0.•=•\u25a0/\u25a0.*\u25a0.. ..\u25a0...-•• : - \u25a0- .»-\u25a0..-< \u25a0\u25a0•
RYE^[email protected]% : per ctl. ;]•;
Flour and. Farinaceous Goods.
The California X mills' have ~ not followed ~the
decline made "; by ~ the <'\u25a0 Portland •• mills nor ; ; did
they, follow the I latters'i advance 1 some time : ago:
The situation Is . reported unchanged.
• Eastern : mills *". have \u25a0 lately .-, advanced ' Flour
prices.-/ \u25a0-\u25a0-... ..-:\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0»•.-•.• .'.•\u25a0\u25a0..-.--.••\u25a0'. A \u25a0 : -. . : .-
FLOUR— California Family: Extras, ,$4.65®
5.10, usual terms;. Bakers' ; Extras, [email protected];
Oregon and Washington. - $3.60®4 : per « barrel. .-/>
FARINACEOUS GOODS — Prices In - pacltages
are as i. follows : " Graham" Flour. •; J3.25 * par 100
lbs ; ;• Rye Flour, ± $3.75 ; i Rye "\u25a0 Meal, ; $3.50; '; Bice
Flour, $S; Corn Meal,'; $2.75r extra t Cream - do,'
$3.75; Oat Mea1.;[email protected];,0at Groats, $4.75;
Hominy, $3.7604; -Buckwheat Flour, . ?4.50i&
4. 75 ; :• Cracked \u25a0- Wheat, - J3J 3 - 70 !" Farina, - $4. 50 ;
Whole Wheat - Flour. " $3^50 ; -\u25a0\u25a0 Rolled s Oats,' < bbls,
[email protected]; in sacks, : $3.50(^7.50; = : Rolled /-Wheat,
bbls, , $4.60; in s sacks, $4.10; i Pearl y Barley, $6 ;
Split Peas, boxes, . $5.50; • Green \u25a0 Peas,^ ss.so per
100 s potinds. :<-. -.- •; -. -.- \u25a0 -.>" •_%'\u25a0/
Hay '•'\u25a0 and ';; Fecdstuffs.
The $ firmness ' ; In ' " Bran ' and "' Middlings - > pre
viously .' :-. noted ;i was 1; again i reported % bj.il large
handlers,^who rather; expect ; an . Improved market
beforo.'lonj. : - •- \u25a0.». >-v - . \u25a0 : ' :: " -s ' PiTCiiWUfMtU
-The railroads - haTe again remoTed tae-em
bargo on Hay and are "accepting cars \u25a0for-, trans
portation everywhere. \u25a0-\u25a0 Otherwise \ there *Is \ noth
ing . new. 1 ". Fine " grades " continue : la " sharp ? de
mand - 1 and the lower , grades i are \u25a0 still ' dull. .
'< r; BRAN— [email protected] ; periton." : : .; - -
-MIDDLINGS— [email protected] per ton., •
.SHORTS— SIB ©I9.S0 f per ton. . , ;,•_.-- -,: :-\u25a0\u25a0:
• FEEDSTDPFS— Koned- : -< Barley, - ,~ [email protected]:
Mixed Feed, $23(324;' OUcake Meal in, 5-to n lots.
$37.50; t Jobbing, -. $38 > per * ton; ' Cocoannt r Cake
or meal at mUls. v $23 ' In ' 10 ' and 523.00.1n8 ton
lote ; i; jobbing \u25a0 $24 ; • Corn ; Meal, i $31100; | Cracked
Corp, $32 ; Horse Beans, v nominal ; I Broom I Corn
Feed, 00c per ( ctl; • AlfaW* t Meal. •» carload -lots,
$10.&0; • Jobbing;; $20 ', per i ton ; ? Mealf alfa,' $19. 50
In car j lots and ? $20 Xln smaller quantities.
\u25a0'.. HAY — Choice *.». Wneat; :i- $16.00®17..-. per ton ;
good ; Wheat :\u25a0".•« [email protected]; « : other - grades \u25a0\u25a0:.» Wheat,
$-12(314; Wheat and* Oat,"[email protected]:- ( . Tame ? Oat,
[email protected]; 'Wild \u25a0 Oat.7 [email protected]; 'Alfalfa, ; [email protected] ;
stock, [email protected] per 'ton. -" - \ ' *~ • _ '
r- STRAW— [email protected] ; peri bale., ; \u0084. •
Beans aad ;. Seeds.
. . Prevloug conditions t rule,"", with all \u25a0 Quotations
.unchanged. /* r • r:~ :.- r ....",/\u25a0 > -' ''\u25a0-';\u25a0"':-:\u25a0 "...;.
ij BEANS— Per - ctl: ' Bayos, . [email protected]; i v Pea, :
nominal sat '-\u25a0 $3 [email protected]; : small t White;? [email protected];
large White "$2 50; * Pink.' [email protected]; ) Red,^ $2.75
@3; .;Limas> [email protected]; Red :\u25a0 Kidneys.^; s4.2s;
Blackeye. /$3 60<5!3.60; >i Butter,' » nominal:* - -«
-t SEEDS— Brown *. Mustards [email protected];,\u0094 Yellow,
Mustard, $4 50 • t- Flaxseed.'s [email protected]; Canary;
\u25a0*%@s%c; Alfalfa: 13c; s : Rape;? l%@3%c;*-Tlm-.
othy.i" Cc; , Hemp,*' 5c iper :Ib;'. Millet, • 3%c; i Broom
Corn . Sepd, s;ufii2l per, : ton. : -'-\u25a0 .."'..;';
•\u25a0=- DRIED PKAS^— Nile*, i nominal; -.Green •• Peas,
[email protected];per;ct].-../.v:*:- " .'-.^'.s. ; , :;\u25a0\u25a0 "--"y--.^ \u0084*..-\u25a0\u25a0;
Potatoe»,fonlon«iai»diVes:etables.
-. i The s Potato"to "t market s remainf d l yeryj strong I for
supply i and , con tinued to clean ' up ' rapidly . at " or
near^ the ' outside ; quotations." while I cheap I stock
was C dragging vat .low;' figures. There vrks an
actunli scarcity; of I fine river -goods. \u25a0\u25a0 as the prtn
clpar.boat* did, not .arrive /until well on .toward
closing > time. > Onions 'showed? some' little jlm
provement, <& , small s advance \u25a0 being obtained for
the: best -lots.. -v' , -:v -~ .. •
*•\u25a0. There - were .-' several ' Changes in • vegetables,*
Beans, . Cabbage : and ; Cauliflower be
ins : firmer, , while Cucumbers, • Carrots . and : Green
Corn in • crates were lower. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0• \u25a0
POTATOES— Per ctl: : Hirer -Whites. [email protected]
$1.15; Salinas ~ Burbanks, ' [email protected]; Sweet Po
tatoes. [email protected] - - •
\u25a0v. ONIONS— YeIIow, per ctl,. [email protected] .' \u25a0' '
: VEGETABLES— Green Corn, ; crates, $1.50®
I.7s;. sacks, [email protected];: String Beans, 2(g4c per
lb;: Lima: Beans,- [email protected] per lb:<Tomatoes. [email protected]
per* box; ;; Cucumbers, [email protected]:. per box; -Sum-,
mer Squash. [email protected] per box; Garlic, [email protected] per lb;
Cabbage, [email protected]; per -ctl: Cauliflower. [email protected]
per ; dozen ; * Carrots, [email protected] ; per sack ; - Turnips,
USQ7SC per sack; Green Okra, [email protected] per box;
Egg Plant, i [email protected] I per box ; \u25a0 Green Peppers, 25
@50c perbos. . '
- -Poultry and .Game."
v Poultry continued <to arrive freely from do
mestic •:\u25a0 shipping pointe, ; the • receipts for . the
day. being well above 150 coops,- but the market
remained active and - prices of ? desirable stock
were maintained . without difficulty. Ducks,
small Hens and old Pigeons were a little easier,
but the .other descriptions .were, unchanged. .- ;.
'\u25a0> \. POULTRY— Per dozen : , Hens. [email protected] for
large : and i [email protected] ; for small:' old • Roosters. [email protected]
5; young | Roosters. [email protected] for large and - [email protected]
6.50 - for small ; FiTers, [email protected] ; large Broil
ers, [email protected]; r small- Broilers, [email protected]: Pig
eons, $1.25; - Squabs, ' [email protected]: Ducks. [email protected] for
young and - [email protected] for old; - Geese, [email protected] per
pair; live Turkeys, [email protected] per lb.
- GAME— Per doren:> Hare, [email protected]; Cottontail
Rabbits, ; $2. . . .
Butter, . Cheese and Eggs. .
> Butter, took an. upward turn yesterday, cream
ery .recovering, the lc lost on' the preceding day.
The ' sudden retnrn of . cool \u25a0 weather caused a
marked Improvement '\u25a0: In .. the demand, : and ; the
views of dealers, who were holding out for stiff
prices -on =\u25a0 the ; preceding day, -. wera verified on
the Exchange,- where \u25a0 there v. was . some ' heavy
buying -of fine '; Humboldt goods. The marknt
opened at 2714 c, rose to 2SHc and closed > steady
at r 2Bc, the sales being as follows: 10 boxes and
SO \u25a0 half-boxes . at . 27% c, 10 - half-boxes at 2S%c
and \u25a0}. 10 'at - 28c. ' \u25a0 All kinds of packed Butter
were '; firm ; and \u25a0\u25a0 No. 1 : packing; - and pickled roll
were ' higher. • ; -. , .
\u25a0:• The : market ; for fresh Eggs, too, . showed more
tone ' and selected made a slight advance. ' I Sur
plus \u25a0 stocks at . the stores . were .' much -lighter
than heretofore \u25a0 and offers to buy ' at 3Sc on . the
Exchange met with \u25a0 no ; response." Toward? the
close : 39c was asked, but there were -no sales.
Young America Cheese was bid up on - the
Exchange. , there being - some demand for- ship
ment. - v Stocks . were . light and buyers : were
offering as much for : storage goods as -for new.
" Receipts -were "l3,7o0 f lbs Butter, 13,700 lbs
Cheese and 321 cases Eggs. "'• .• ; .-'\u25a0 '-.: V.
.:\u25a0 The - following are the official . quotations •as
established by sales,. bids and offers on the floor
of tho Dairy Exchange: .
\u25a0 BGTTEB — Fresh creamery . extras, 28c ' per lb.
steady;' do firsts, : 25c, steady: seconds, 21c.
steady; packing stock, firm . at 19% c for . No. . 1
and • 18c for ' No. \u25a02 ; - Eastern ladles, " 20c, firm ;
cold ' storage •'• extras, " 24c. firm : do firsts," 23c,
firm ; held pickled • roll, -- firm at 24c for extras
and 23% c for. firsts; keg. 22c, firm. .
' CHEESE— Fancy California, -new . flats. 12e
per lb. steady; do firsts, lie, steady; new Young
Americas, fancy, * 1314 c steady; do flrsts, : 13c,
steady; do storage fancy, 13% c ,: steady; East
ern 1 fancy, 16V5c, \ steady; Western, fancy, 15c,
steady. •\u25a0''\u0084 "-.\u25a0'\u25a0
EGGS— California ; fresh . selected, 38c per
dozen, firm: firsts, 25c, -firm;- seconds. 18c,
firm; California storage selected, 28c, firm: firsts.
25c, firm ; Eastern, firm, at 24c for selected, 21c
for firsts and. 18c for seconds. ;
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits.
\u0084 ' . Receipts . ; of ;* small orchard J fruits from all
sections • have decreased -. noticeably of , la>e au.l
the ' market \u25a0 is . less topheavy than at the closw
of • last •\u25a0 week. There- has-been no marked Im
provement in prices as yet,, owing to the rccnt
hot - weather. : - which « seriously hampered : trade,
besides causing -much damage to fruit- on hand
and : In transit. Aside from a sharp • drop in
Watermelons and | Citrus goods. . yesterday's
tations showed but : llttla chanpte from. Wedno«(
d ay's . closing prices, and -nearly, every thing .on
the list sold oft well. Peaches were an excep
tion.'vthe bulk: of the offerings of that fruit
being of i the Salway variety, . which are apt to
be slow sellers at this time «f the year.
- BERRIES — Strawberries. [email protected] • per crate, for
Lontrworth and [email protected]"for the large varieties;
Blackberries, [email protected] per chest; Raspberries, [email protected]
8 per chest; Huckleberries. [email protected] per pound.
APPLES— [email protected] : per box for common, to
choice, and [email protected] for fancy.
QUINCES— [email protected] per. box.
— PEARS— Bartlett. [email protected] per box for choice
and [email protected] for poor; other varieties, [email protected] per
-PEACHES— [email protected] for open boxes and [email protected]
for; small packages; in bulk. [email protected] per ton. for
Freestones and up to $55 for Clings. '.
• , PLUMS AND .-. PRUNES — Crates . and ; ssxall
boxes. 1 [email protected];' open boxes, [email protected]$l.':U .- : - \u25a0\u25a0:ic : .\u25a0
- FIGS — 25(550c perr.box.. .. ;- :•->;
'\u25a0' - ; ' GR \PES-^Small < bores - and \u25a0 crates. - Seedless,
60® 75c; Muscat, [email protected]: Black, 40ffi60o; \u25a0Ta
kay, 60(g;75c ; : Isabella, " [email protected] ; open boxes, • 05c
(&$1.25 : Wine Grapes. : [email protected] per - ton.
MELONS — Cantaloupes, ,[email protected] per crate; Nut
meg i Melons, Ss®6sc per , box; ; Watermelons,
$1.50(5,2 per dozen.. \u25a0 .. .
.CITRUS FRUITS — Per box: Valencia Oranges.
$4(34.50: \u25a0 Lemons. [email protected] for fancy an-i
$3.50(^4.50 for choice and - $2©2.50 for stand
ard: Grape " Fruit. $2.[email protected];, Lime5, $4.50(gr-.
TROPICAIi FRUITS — Bananas,- 73c©51.50 per
bunch for • Hawaiian and J2.25Q3 for Central
American; Pineapples, nominal/ \u25a0 :
- Dried Fruits, Null and Ralsims.
Prunes for 'future delivery are reported im
proving, both bere ' anil in the Eastern markets.
All , other '. descriptions ' except ; Apples : continue
firm .'-\u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 " - '
FRUlTS— Apricots. 13® 17c per , lb: Evapo
rated Apples, spot, 6^@7c; do, sun-dried, 2% @
3V>c; Peaches. \u25a0 [email protected]: Pears, 8%@12%c;
Ne"ctarlnes. White and Red, :. aic; - Figs, White,
2?;@4c; do, Black. 3(&39ic; pitted Plums, [email protected]
10c: Prunes, [email protected]^c,.4-slze basis, and [email protected]«c
basis, for large 6lies. ;. ; - \u25a0'-\u25a0 . ,_ ,
RAISINS— I9O6 crop— Seeded, 4%@6V4c; Loose
Muscatels, 4%c, 5c and s>4c for ; 2. 3 and 4
crown ; respectively: Seedless, -4 »4c: -Seedless
Sultanas. 4%c; Thompson , Seedless, sc'forc 'for tin
bleached 'and [email protected] for 1 bleached: .Imperial,
clusters, 6-crown, ..$2.50: ;; : Dehesa, clusters, \u25a0s
crown;> $2; fancy - clusters; 4-crown, $1.50 ; Lon
don Layers, 3-crown, [email protected] 20; London .Layers,
2-crown. 1 ' [email protected]" \u25a0•• \u25a0 ; -."; '
NUTS— I9O6 crop-^Almonds,; Nonpareils, 17% c;
I.X: L., '\u25a0\u25a0l6c: Ne Plus Ultra,[email protected]%c; Drakes,
13%c; ; Lan5uedocs,' 15c, and : Golden Stite, 12Vic
per, lb.' Walnuts — Soft-shell.' lie for No.l/and
8c for No. 2:- hard-shell,;. 10% c for No. 1 and
7 Vie for N0.~2. , . . . 47.'
Provisions.
Hams, ; Bacon ; and ' Lard continue easy \u25a0 at ', the
lower quotations recently made.
.; CURED r- MEATS— Bacon. .. 14% c - per 'lb " for
heavy,, l4%c for light medium, 15%c, f0r light.
16c •• for \u25a0 extra . light " and .-' 21c - for sugar-cured ;
Dry t Salt Hides, 13c; •- Bellies. 13%e;~ East
ern-" -Sugar-curt-d ~Hams,:".. i"c; • California
Hams, - 1 6c : \u25a0 Mess I Beef, Is 9 per bbl: extra* Mess,
$9.50: 1 Family; $10;- prime -Mess- Pork, $16.50;
ertra clear. $23; Mess, $19; - Pig Pork, ; $26;
Tigs' i Feet, $s : : Smoked Beef, 14c per lb. •*. •
' LARD — Tierces ' quoted at 7%c for , California
compound,? Bc \u25a0 for- Eastern compound : and ll^lc
for pure; -half-barrels, pure, ll%c: 10-lb tins,
12c; 5-lb tins. 'l2%c;B-lb tins, 12>4c. .
\u25a0 COTTOLENE — One ; half barrel. 9%c; three
half -barrels,' 9%c; one tierce, 9%c; two tierces,
9%c;.nve.tlerees,;9Uc,." V ; . -.
'.-.", Hides,; Tallow, Wool . and Hops.
m HIDES-^Culls'.and -brands sell"* about' %@lc
und«rr quotations. -. "Heavy SaJted- Steers, 13c;
medium,-; 12% c; light. 12%c;, Cow \ Hides,' 12% c
for heavy andl2%c for light;; Stag*, B%c; Salt
ed-Klp,- 13% c; : Salted : Veal, 16c;- Balted: Calf.
15c; -dry; Hides. 22% c; dry ; Kip. 20c;. dry Calf.
24c ; : Sheepskins, ; shearlings, [email protected] each : = short
Wool,' [email protected] each: medium. OOcigSl. 2o; long
Wool. $1.25(21.75: « H0r5e - Hides, salt.' [email protected]
for . large and $2.75 i for medium, $2.35 for small
and sOe for Colts: Horse Hides, dry. $2®2.25 for
large ; and \u25a0- [email protected]:75 • for • medium, r $1.25 •- for
small, and 40c ? for Colts. , - Deerskins—Dry^Mexi
can, i [email protected] ; i dry ' salted Mexican, = [email protected]; -, dry
Central American, [email protected]%c. Goatskins— Prime
Angoras,; 75c ; extra 1 large do." $1.25; : large, 50c;
medium, 35c; small, 25c. ' • • • • \u25a0
-. 1 1 rendered, > 4®444c ; In obis:
in cans and drums, Ins; No. 2. 3%@4c;
Grease. [email protected]%c. •> f > ... .'---\u25a0.. . ;» \u25a0.
•\u25a0 \u25a0 -WOOL— i-all ' clip— San Joaqnln i and 1 Soothern,'
[email protected]; : fall: Lambs. 8%@13c: Northern, do," 15c;
Humboldt and Mendocino. [email protected]; Middle, Cou
nty. . 7%<210c; : Northernr [email protected]; - >>Tad», j [email protected]
20c per lb. '\u25a0-.;., \u25a0 -
HOPS— [email protected] per; lb , for; 1906.
Meat market.
\u25a0* Previous » conditions ; . prevail.'; Hogs \u25a0 being weak
under: Increasing j arrivals and "Beef and .Mutton
ruling - steady. '\u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0:-.- -..-.;.-.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 — ;- ..
.. :•.:.;. -%:.-. DRESSED; MEATS.:- , .*. ,
- Wholesale i rates; per , pound, . from - slaughterers
to dealers,! are as follows: / ...
\u25a0 \u25a0BEEF— [email protected]%c tot Steers -and [email protected]%c- : for
Cows, j .;.\u25a0-"--••-'"' -v'- -\u25a0\u25a0 "\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- ... r \u25a0\u25a0 -' \u25a0 '.•-.\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0".;
;f. VEAL— 6<&7%c . for large \u25a0 and •'.. [email protected]%c „' for
small.--- - - -\u25a0"-• \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0- - -- \u0084.-\u25a0.,. . \u25a0. \u25a0
" 1 MUTTON-^S(39c; for Wethers and . [email protected]%c ; for
'Ewes/"/- '\u25a0:.<\u25a0?- .'\u25a0 • - ' - ' ' \u25a0'- "'. .\u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0 '
'.LAMBS— [email protected] "' \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0
•DRESSED HOGS— SQIOc.'- "•'
i- -;; > -^^ LIVESTOCK ;MARKET. . .'\u25a0_-. -. •
- '\u25a0' The " following \u25a0 quotations 1 are s for | good, I sound
livestock 1 delivered * in : San j Francisco, - less ; 50 j per
cent shrinkage for. Cattle: W;v " ;. .
(CATTLE — Steers, ?6?4c per lb f or . No.' l ' and 6
@C%c « for * No. . 2; -t Cows i and ; Heifers.i sc; t No."
! 2 .- Cows.- 1 4%c : * thin - Cows, ;• 4c. -* ;\u25a0- - - - -. - • .— • « -' - 7
>X CALVES— 4%@4%c s per.<lb i for ; light, ,3%@4c
for medium 'and [email protected]%c for heavy, (gross weight).
m SHEEP— Wethers,^- 4% @4%c per . Ibr Ewes, r 4c
(gross 1 weight).- -?>•--'.\u25a0•.?' ,\u25a0\u25a0 •-"*-:,/ . \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0--•-.•'..'•-•.-.
. LAMBS — t%@sc .' per ; lb.' -..". - - .~, .
•i.H0G5— 125;t0.250 lbs^6%c per lb:-under'125
\u25a0 lbs,i SYt @6%c; 1 250 lbs 1 and | orer, 1 [email protected]; Boars
50 pcr ' cent, \u25a0 Stags [email protected] per ' cent and Sows ' 10
:@2O per cent off froa^abovequotatlons. ;
\u25a0.-./'. General Merchandise.
- BAGS— Grain " BagB./"»%(g,S%cv; Wool .^ Bags,
28 %c ; for 3-lb and , 43c for . 4-lb ; • Fruit Bags,-,7f \u25a0
P^COAL. — Welllncton.H 5i7.50 -?per^ ton- ;
i Welllngton,".7;so; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Seattle; "•\u25a0 $6; v « Bryant.-v $6;
1 Beaver; HIU,; $550 ; < Roslj-n.': $7; ; Coos • Bay;; $5.50;
Richmond,? $7.50; s Cumberland, • $15 -In > bulk and
$15.25; 1n sacks; iCannel."so per; ton;; Coke. 1 ; $11.50
dji 13 \u25a0'. p<?r • ton lin \ bulk j and I $15 1 In I sacks ; Rocky
; Mountain : descriptions,", $13.5u : per ! short ' ton.*.;>; .-\u25a0=
-\u0084 OILS — Quotations <- are % for 'J barrels:,* for f cases
, add sc ; • Linseed, * 49c '-. perl gallon : . for 1 boiled • and
47c ? for s raw; i Castor ! Oil;* in j cases,? No."? 1, t7sc;
Bakers'^ AArs cases.-r $1.24(®1.26: -Lucol, : 50c % for
boiled; and * 4Sc ? for raw ; \u25a0 China? Nut, \u25a0 cases, ! So<§)
' 90c \ per ? gallon ; f. Cocoanut ? Oil;-.-, in . barrels, - 58c
for Ceylon and 55c for Australian ; extra bleached
winter Sperm Oil. 65c;" natural winter Sperm
Oil, 65c; - extra bleached . winter Whale Oil.
60c; natural Whale OU.- 55c; extra- winter
strained Lard Oil. Ssc; No." 1 Lard Oil. -6Sc:
Pure I Neatsfoot Oil, 75c; No. 1 Neatsfoot Oil.
57% c; Herring Oil. 40c; -Salmon OU, 3jc; boUed
Fish Oil,- 35c Paint- Oil.' 35e.
COAL OIL. GASOLINES ETC.— Water White
Coal 0i1. .-.ln bulk. 10% c- Pearl OU. In cases,
17c: Astral. 17c: Star. 17c:- Extra Star.. 20c:
Elaine. I6c; Eocene. 19c: Stove Gasoline, m,
bulk, 17% c; in esses. 24c; Motor Gasoline, in
bulk. 17^Sc; in cases. • 24e; No. 1 Engine Dis
tillate, iron barrels or drums, Sc: No. 2 ilo. 6}fcc:
cases, 6Uc more; Benzine. •in bulk. 12 l ie; In
cases. 10c: SG-degree Gasoline-, In bulk, 30c; In
cases. 36c. — \u25a0 : • . \u25a0
\u25a0TURPENTINE— B3c per -gallon In cases and
77c in 'drums and iron 'barrels.
RED AND WHITE LEAD— Red Lead. [email protected]
per lb; White Lead, [email protected]*sc. according to quan
tity. \u25a0 ."."-.. "
SUOAR— The Western Sugar Rettntng Company
quotes -as \u25a0 follows. tenns«-net- cash: Cubes A,
Crushed and Fine Crushed. 5.20 c: " Powdered.
5.05 c: Candy Granulated. 5.05 c: Fine Fruit and
Coarse Granulated, 4.95 c; Beet Granulated (100-lb
bags only). A. 4.95 c; Mag
nolia A, 4.55 c; Extra C; 4.45 c: Golden a 4.55 c;
D.'- 4.25c: H and E Crystal Dora inos. 7.85 c; Tab
lets,- half bbls, 5.45 c: boxes, 5.70 c per lb. Bar
rels and 50-lb bags, 10c. half-bbls 25c and boxes
BOu-' more 'per 100 lbs for'air grades. No order
taken for less than 75 barrels or its equivalent.
'. Receipts of Frodncc
" THORSDAT, \ SEPTEMBER 20.
Flour, qr ski/. '.*. r 9,391 Leather, r0115. ... 60
Wheat, ct15..... .330 Hides. No. 523
Barley, ct15..... 1.547 Pelts, bdls 435
Oats, ctls... 3,034 Paper.' rolls 135
Rye. ctls. 417 Lime, bbls 1,406
Tallow, et15..... \u25a023 Brandy, ga15....." COO
Beans, 5k5...... 595 Wine, gals .. 31,925
Middlings, sks.. 200 Lumber, M 440
Potatoes, sks.... 600 Apples, bx5.... .. 580
Onions, sks 565 Livestock, head.. '230
Hay, t0n5...:... 386iQuicksil. flsks.... 42
Hops, ;". bales. . . .. 248| .; / • \u25a0
. OREGON.
Oats, ct15 ..... . . ' 5221 i
THE STOCK" MARKET.
Most - Local - Stocks ' and / Bonds Strone*
-. Though Qnlet. . \u25a0
" General firmness - prevailed "on the . Stock and
Bond Exchange yesterday, trita a filr busi
ness, though- sales | of bonds- fell off to (39.000.
Onomea Sugar continued to rise, touchins $40%.
and tbe > other sugars also - showed an upward
tendency. Spring Valley Water was higher, at
$21% . and Telephone made another pronounced
advance -to $104, against: $102% the preceding
day. This stock has been going up rather rap
idly of late. Alaska Packers was' lower at $55
g55>4.' \u25a0 • \u25a0 -. .: :•>'.-
The mining stocks exhibited no striking fea
tures. Trading was '• not " as . heavy as of late.
as the Jewish bolidays called away a good many
operators and. brokers. Quotations for both Corn
stocks and Southern Nevada* remained about
on the same plane ' as before. - ' '
STOCK A.\D BOXD EXCHANGE.
. THURSDAY. .: Sept. ' 20—10:30 a., m.
UNITED STATES BONDS. .
Bid. Ask. l " Bid. Ask.
4s. qr 1 coup.. — v. — ... Uj qr cp new— —
4s qr reg.".. — —\u25a0 |3s ; qr coup... — —
- MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Ala A W 6s. — — . 6ir T. Co 65..118%119
Afcso Oil ss. 86% 90- • Do 5s llOUlllU
Bay CPC 55.104%105% Ok T Con 55.107%100
Cal C G ss. 105 O W gtd 6s. 96 89
Cal G & Eg. Oceanic S ss. 63
m &ctss — 92% Om Cable 65.120%121%
Cal-st C 55.107% — Pac Glm 4s. 92 —
C C Wat.55.106% — PE Ry 65...110' i —
Do g mgss — 100 • Pac' LAP &». —' 100
Ed L&P 6s. — — P & C H 65.104 108
F& C H 65.108 — P'4 OR 65.108
Geary-st - 55.. — Powell-st 65..108 —
H C&S 5%5. — . — ' Kuc, EGARSs. .104% —
Do 5s ....107 ISF'i SJVSs.I2O 121
Hon R T 65.105% "— SF.O & 5J55.111%112
Lr A Elec 59.100- — Sierra R 65..112% —
LAG & Elss. — 105% S P.of A Cs -
L A Ry 55..119& .(1909) — 106%
LAL, gtd ss. — 107% (1910) — 10S
LAP. lem Cs.llo 111% S P of 0 6s
LAP Cal 6s. 107 108% • (1906) .„.. : — 102%
Mkt-st C 6s.Ul — '(1912) 113%114
Do lem 55.112V4 — . SPC 1 eg 55.H9% —
MV& MtTss. — — S P B R 65.137%140%
NR.of C 6a.101«4 — SVW S mg4s 96% —
Do 5s -....119 — Stkn G&E 65. 100 105
NPC R ss. — — OG & E ss. — 105
N C Ry 55. .111 _" L'R of SP 4s. 54% S4»i
N C P C 55.104»i105«i Val Co P ss. — 105
O GL&H ss. — — . Yos. SL 4%5..92% —
WATER STOCKS. .
Contra Costa. 59% I Port Costa .. — • —
Maria -Co '.\'— —. |S V-Wat Co. 21 21»j
\u0084 GAS AND ELECTRIC. \u25a0 - ••""-\u25a0 \u25a0' . '
Ctnt.L &.P. — . 3% Pac L C 0... SO 87U
Martel Powr. V- — Stkn G & E. •
Mutual- E L,— •• 12% > -
• -J:;" INSURANCE.'
Fireni's. Fndi — « B%|i - ; • .
V BANK 'STOCKS.' . .
Am NU Bk.:l20 —-: Lon.'P & A. 125 145
Anglo-Cal ..582% — » M«r Trust- ..220
Bank of Ca1. 362% 384 ' Merch Ex ..55 _
Cal Safe Dp.123% — 1 S F. National. — ' —
First NatnL.3os - 330 I \
' SAVINGS ' BANKS.
Ger S'& L.2550 :-' — ; SlT.'t L 50.. 105
Hum S 8k..1550 — Sec Say 8k..340
Mutual Say. 90 —\u25a0- Union T'Co.2ooo 3100
S F Sar V . 630 .. \u0084
STREET RAILROADS.
California ..135 160 ' (Piesidlo 30 —
Gtary ...... — 25 ) • . .
1 POWDER. \u25a0
Giant Con... SO So%|. •
" SUGAR. "
Hawaiian : C. 56% 87 ; Onomea S C. 40U 40%
Honokaa S C 13Vt,14 Pianhan SC. 18
Hutch SPC 14V 15' Union S Co.. 49%
Klltuea SC.—-. — . Do pool ... 494
Makawell C 36^.36% ,---,. ,
MISCELLANEOCS.
Alaska P A. 55 \u25a0 55%iOcean!e S Co. — —
As*o Oil Co. 37^1 33 H Pac Am F A 1% 2
Cal F=C A..9S — . Fac C 80rax.152 —
Cal Wine A. — 74 , Pac S Tel C 0.103% —
MVi MtTm.los — . ...
-T-{ ; r.V ' .' . \u25a0' SALES.. \u25a0* \u25a0 . . .\u25a0•' ' -
Morniig 1 Session.
Board—
. v2Ov 20 Alaska Packers' ' Ass«... 65.00
5 Alaska Packers'/ A55a ........... 55.25
25 Associated Oil . '.'...".....\u25a0.. 35. 00
25 Associated Oil, s 3....'.'..... ...33.00
75 Contra Costa Water \u25a0 '63.50
110 Giant Powder C0n.............. 80.00
60 Hawaiian C & 3. .....87.00
. 60 . Honokaa Sugar . . . . . .\u25a0. . . ....... 13 . 37%
" 25 Hutchinson SP.Co 14.75
. 70 Hutchinson S P.C0..... 14.67^
75 Onomea Sugar..... 40.00
\u25a0 225 Onomea Sugar ..'. 40.25
•>60Onom»a~ Sugar: .'.. 40.50
50 Paauhau S P C0.v.r....... 18.00
20 Paclflc States T& T.. .103.00
30 Paclflc States T A T.... 103.50
: 61 Pacific States T &T...... — ...104. 00
230 S.V, Water.-.......;..:.. ...21.50 .
$3,000 Cal Gas & El G M & C T 55.... 92.00
$1,000 North Pacific Coast 5s ...104.00
$5,000 Pac ; Elee Ry. 5«. :.:.... .111.00
$1,000 Sac Elec Gas & Ry 55.. ........108.00
-.- - -Street— : ; * "..> ' f- - . -\u25a0 \u25a0
300 Paauhau S P Co.. 18.00
$3,000 Cal Gas & El G"M & C T 55.... 92.00
$3,000 ios-Angeles By 65..:. 1. ...... .119. 50
$10,000 UR R.of S F. 45.. ....... .....84.62%
$12.000URR of S F 4i,".b 3.......... 84.62-%
: California ; Stock 'and • Oil Exchange,
, • ;•\u25a0\u25a0.'• Bld.Ask. Bld.Ask
A«80\.0iI .....37H37% Oytma — 32
Claremqnt. . ;..6O — Pittsbcrg ..... 02 : 05
Home-. .;.".:..>\u25a0—"; 42 Wabash '- — *40
Independence:.-- — • • 10 West 'Shore. ...1.50
McKlttrlck. . . 05 — Sanitary Red.".1.50 —
Mocta • Cristo.. .; — 60 N Cal ; P0wr.21 .12% /
\u25a0' ;.-.'.;;\u25a0, ::":\u25a0 -j sales.;* '_
, 50. Peerless ....... -....1. ;...."....;..; 4.00 -
.500 Four 0i1*...'....-. .\u25a0.\.'.Y...V...;... 31
1000-AssocJated > Oil:.;.-.-.V.~.r.V.:..V... 37«
200 Associated OU -..\u25a0:.\u25a0.;..:.......-.... . 3S
. M in Jqk Stocks.
, SAN: FRANCISCO I STOCK EXCHANGE. *
. '...'\u25a0 Morning . Session. \u25a0•
-100 Caledonia '•...'. -2S 600- Crown" Point. .'. r 08
.200 Caledonia ..":. 29 200 Gould A Cur... ; 23
' 300 Ch011ar (.'.. . . . ;12 - Id 1 ) " Hale &•& • N0r. . .1 10
3400 Chollar ;...... 13 100 Opblr ...2 75
UOOC C& Va.... 83 100 Savage 1.35
IOO.C-C&'Ya:... 87 300 Yellow Jacket.. . 20
:300: 300 Crown- Point.. -07|'; -*j,-^ ' " "
\u25a0 '•'./?\u25a0 '. \u25a0 - Af ternoon. Session. -
K)00 'Alpha ' ... .*. ." .
200 A1pha '..:.V. ...-'ll' 100 P0t051......... 14
1 200- Andes \.: . rO7r 07 200 Savage .......i:jo
200 Belcher ....... .20 200 Savage • .':..... 1 35
. SOC'. Chollar : : : .".*: .' ;13 ,700 Scorpion . ; . . . 07
500 CO &.Va.;.. 87.CW) Yel -.U;»et
400 Gould & Cur. . 24 lOOYel' Jacket... "3
-W0 Julia . . .;; .... ' ; 09, 20t" Yel Jacket. .". . -.•»
: -.'\u25a0'' CLOSING^QUOTATIONS. . •
Alpha '-..'1-.'.".*;t. 11'; 12 Julia ;:..;. ;.".;, o^^f^l
Aita ..'..•;..\u25a0\u25a0.;\u25a0 05 -^-Justice/... .03 05
Andes;.'.. .\u25a0.."•.' 06 :08 Lady; Wash.".:. "* 73* .
Belcher /....'".. 19 "'2O Meilcan --.;..-.:. 70 "\u25a0 72
Best-<fc Bel.V. 87 ' 90 Occidental' ..'.. -7S •
Bruns, Savage.. .04 — Ophtr; . ....... 2. 65 2.70
Bullion .."... .."20 1 -^Overman ..;.. 08 . 10
Caledonia .. .29 » 30jPotosi \u25a0. 12 '14
Challenge :."...; 10. 13jS«vjce. ..V..».'.1.30 1.40
Chollar ::.".'.. 12" .-14,i;corpk«i ....; .06 07
Confidence "Vr. .'. 63 ". esJSe<f Be»eher. . . O2 03
Con. lmperial..- 01 021Si«rra- Nevada. -SO a«
C C &,Va.... M.U'SSjSUverJHlll.'V.'.r .7S ; 82
Crown t Point .'.'(TT - 08 Standard Con. .2.00
Eureka .C0n. .8^30 : — St^l^tuis ..;.. 05
Exchequer ii... CO .-'.-^ Syndicate V."..'. *13 * —
Gould & Cur. . 22 24) Union Con '*. . . .40 '44
Hale & N0r.".1.05 1.10 Utah*..-.....:. ' —-" 05
Kcntuck ;. -\ . .' iOi »;• 06JYeH Jacket. '. ... 23 /* 25
TONOPAH : AND GOLDFIELD. STOCKS.;
d \u25a0 Regular;? Morning and ; Informal . Sessions. •
500 .' Adams C. '..".. 09 lfiOrt.Lig"e'=llaiTis.".. 0"
, 200 Atlanta W . . ... 30 if'OO Little Blfrcv: . . 10
~.;000 "Atlan : & Pac." . \u25a004 lfMjrt Little * Grey.-. .-. *-" 12
« 100 ; Belmont ".'.t.'.G.OOl'fiOOi Man Broncho " »^l7
2000 \ Biack ; Rock ... 04 lOOO" Man ' Corr. ..17
KX> ; Banner : : .'.r. '.:".. .V) ."><X> Man ' Cons. .'...' *S-4
2-100 ;Ballfrog; Com.';; 14 ltiOO M«Cowbov.b3o' 11
; IWO0 1 Blfrg jM \ Co N^4« 1500 Man e Dexter.-". < 61
2.T00; Blfrg I M I Co -N-; 45 4000 Man M\u25a0. Co Nev . 19
•IWO-BlfrgiXatUßfcUK .300 Man t Whale;, ssr lS
; 1000; Blfrg SNatl.Bk * 54 IOOO.May Qut?en.;.^f2O
5000 Blfrg.Natlißk ;. 55 2000 : May, Queen f Ex "i IB
IiOO Blfre Sun«et.. 15 4500 MacNamara .. |^
tooo Bolls' * Bears 03 2500 MaeNatnara ••ill
1000 Bntie Gldfletd 11 1000 Mohawk Z'ZL'\
SiX)O Colnmbla Mtn 4«> -2W* Midway •••^••^•5!
2000 ColmnMa Mtn 41 1«O0 Mont Bnllfroir. "«•
H>oo Com Fraction. 03 1300 Mo.ntgomry Mt »
MOO Conn Fraction. 07 2000 Mu*tans ..... •-»
lono Com Fraction. $>S !f^C .\>v Old Cratpr !•_»
POO Pen Blfrc An. 23 ICOO Onio Tonopah. ->
n.OOOh'Dtmaflfl.l Trt 0T trtOO Original Man.- ,—
2000 Frrw S Kin?. 22 200" tm ;.:
iOOO Golden Anchor 7P 20QO Ramser ...... -•••
"200. r»>>. ? 5..... .0 10(> U«hl Top *.«••
1000 GMIM Daisy- • «7 rK».300 Rescue . --
lf>oO Gklfid M cf -X CSiIOOO Rbyo.'lte Town. 1 »
100 Great Bead... SBI 200 Soyler Hmpbry !•'
!oflo Great Bend... 57 3300 Sllrer Flo* i,
SOOO Indian Camp.. MjW) SilVer Pick.... «1
s*i*)o Grt Bend F.x. 22f SO© St 1tm.....-- .«"
2000 Grt Bend Kx. 21IIVW Stray !*>*..... «J
COOO nomesti Con.I.OOMVO Str-r tK><?. .. .- ?»
soon Jqmpins Jack. 54 2000 Sun Dog «•>
SOO La^cna .. 47!15rt0 Yankee Girl... I«;
\u25a0700 Lacuna 4* 1000 Yellow Horse. . 0.
3000 Lida Bell (Of - . ,
1 .Regular Afternoon and Informal Sessions.
1000 Adams 0912000 Kap Hooligan. «>
2CW Alpine 031 500 Home -»
iCno Alpine 06 2d» Do, b9O 2.
2>»H> Atlanta 291.100 nnm^tte C0n. 1.1"
1000 Blmat Johnnie 13!«X)0 Indian Camp. • 34
1000 Blue Bull 17| MO/Jlm Butler. .1.3 >**r
ICO Booth 53 2MO Jumbo I--**
C'VX) Bnilfrosr Com. 1411000 Jumping Jack. •**
15>O Blfrs Gold K. SO WOO ' Do. s 3 **
"OfO Blfrg M m Co. 4C SOO Laguna - •*•
1500 Blfrg Mln Co. 43|-100 Laguna • +»
2300 Birg MM AW 50 300 Do. hlO <j»
<00 Blfrs Natl Bit 3-t 3(>00 LMa Brfl Oft
1000 Batte C'oldSd.. 11l 100 Man Bnffalo... 11
200 Com Fraction. 0313000 Man Carson... 1}
TfOO Com Fraction. WISOOO Do. b3O j*
2500 Colnmbia Mtn 40 ! 300 Man Dexter. ..6^
600 • Do. b C 0 . .. 4.115000 Maryland . «5
1000 Colombia Mtn S9|IOOO MaeNamara . .. »»
VXiO Commonwealth 121 £00 MldwaT 2.|W»
1000 Commonwealth 1?J 100 Mohawt. s 10.4. .<>
1000 Commonwsalth 1411000 Do. » 5 4.«S
mOO Daisy 63| 300 ' Do. b 90.". .'.«.<«
5000 Dil-Bli B Coa S« * 50 Montana *.2.»"
10.000 DlmndM Trt OS 1000 Montana Blfr? OR
4000 . Do b SO OS 1000 Montana Blfnr <*>
2v( 0 Falrrw Kas^e. 70 12.000 Mon Pitta W^- 1 *
SO^O Giant Hattl*. 85 2000 Mon Plttsb EsW%
2000 Globe Johnnie 4713000 Do. \u25a0 5..... (\>>
1500 Golden Anchor 8915000 >>w Orleans.. 1£
1000 Gold Bur ..1.17 1000 Ohio Tonopah. 2.
•500 GoM Bar 1.1515000 Ohio T"Ex. sSO 1*
ISOO Gold Bar 1.?O|1W)O Original Van.. 21
GoM 8ar. . .1.22*41 «W> Pine Nut...... 2*
3000 Golden Croim. 1712000 Do. b 10.... 25
:WOO Golden Terra. 0«f'00 Phlla Johnnie. 1«
1000 GoMfleld Col. . 22! WU> PotUteh 14
r^JOO GoldCeld Col.. 2312500 Ramsey «•*
30U0 Gldfld T>at*T.. W 400 Bed Ton Ex... 07
1000 Gldfld M of X 6517C00 Silyer Pick 71
4000 Gldfld M. of N 621 100 Do. «10 T2
3000 Gold Mountain O«::UW» Do. b«0. ... Tl
25rtO Gold VTed*e.. 1«12."W> Do. b9O 7.t
3000 Great Bend.,. 57! 500 Strliffht Blfrj 3*
JCOO Grt BetHl Ex. 2X3oo>> Stray Dog «?
1000 Do. b 5 21t.W)0 SylTintz. b9O W
1000 - Do. « 5 2111000 Vernal 10
2500 Great Western 06J1O0O Do. b9O U
-. . CLOSIXO QCOTATIOXS.
ALASKA.
B!d.A*k.l> ' BM.A3*.
Pioneer . 48 — | Wild G00«e... 2.25 \u25a0..,-—..
•-\u0084 " . CAUFORXIA.
Argomnt \u25a0. .1.4.75 5.00 Forest City.... — 34
Brnns CG&M 30 40 Fum.Crk C 0. .2.35 —
Bnnker H1U...1.20 1.28 Gwia — 5.25
Cen Eureka... l.l 7 1.25 3 Eureka MCo 14 20
Death ; Valley. 03, — *,
• \ - - UTAH.
Con Mercnr Co 52 62[ " .
« Tonopaa District.
Belmont ".....5.33 8.00 Midway 2.2T '.:— «•'•.\u25a0\u25a0
Boston Ton... 04 03 Mldwiy Ex... 20 24
Brchr's JB Ex -25 — Mizpah'Ex.... 28 30
CallfornU ... 13 —Montana 2.90 2.95
Cashboy 13 — Mont Mdwy Ex 11 15
EulaCon 15 —Mon Plttsb Ex 13 15
F.ureka Ton... — 07 NT Ton Con.. 25 SO
Golden Anchor — 69 North Star.... 43 49
Golden Crown. 1« 17 Ohio ToaopaU. 27 2S
Golden Gate. . 10 * — Ohio Ton Ex. .11 IP v
Gold Mountain 04 05 Pa:nnaster ... Ul \u25b2'
Gold Mtn Con — 01 Ued Bock Ex.. —
Great Western 05 06 Be»cue ....... 2i 22^
Gypsj.Qn Con 25 — Tonopah Ei... 5.30 5.^-
Kome 25 — Ton Horn« Coa — Q'-i
Indiana Ton.. 02 — Tonopah Lode. — 20
lowa -Ton 06 10 Toa Silxer & « 04 —
Jim Butler. ..1.2T —[Ton of NeT. .13.25 15.50
Jim Butler Ex — OS Virginia .....— 13
Little T0n... 3. 00 4.00 West End.... .2.83- — -
MacXimara .. SO — [West Tosopah. 4» 43
Goldneld District. *
Adams OS 09'iGreat B^id... 56 37
Atlanta ..... 2S 29iGr«it B«rj Aa 12 15
Band .:. 07 — Great Bend Ex 21 22
Berkeley — S3 Hlbernla ....;- 07 00
Black -Ants... 03 04 Highland 05 —
Blk B Bonsnz 07 — Jnmbo 1.42 1.43
\u25a0Eli Butt* Ex OS 09 Jumbo Ex..... 47 • —
Black. Bock.. 04 05 Juno 05 0!>
Blue Bell 05 06|KeBdall- .. 63-70
Blue Ball 17 13 Kendall Ex... — .04
Brooklyn. .... 03 04 I-iguna 45 4<*
Bntte Gldo>ld.. It \u25a0-' 12 I*ne SUr 14 . J.t
Bulls * Bears OS «4 T jstVStar .".;*. — 0!*
Booth ....... 32 54 Maju ; ........ 05
C0D....... — 40i May Queen.. -.20 21
Colorado .... 15 — I May Queen Ex 14 .15
Columbia- 24 2«lMcMahon ....„*— J.I. -
Columbia Mtn 40 4ltMilltown MCo 14 1*
Com Fraction. 97 —(Mohawk 4.70 4.75
Cowmonwealta 14 — Nevada 80y. . . \u25a0OS OS
Conqueror 13 1* Nevada Gldfld. 20 21
Cracker Jack.. 10 — Oro 22 V.
Daisy 63 88 PennsytTanla . 04 O."»
Dd-Blkß Con 38 ?.& t»..tlatch 14 11
Dixie.. 08 09 Red Li0n...... OS (X!
Knjplre ...... 04 03 Red Top — ,1.80
Efiaera!da ... 14 -7 Red Top Ex. .. 06 07
Exploitation . . 37 — Sandstorm 72 7.1
Federal 14 -^ Sandstorm Ex. 09 10
Florence .....1.25 2.50 Sherman ..... — 13
Frisco .... 11 13 SUwr Pick.... 70 71
Gold \u25a0 Bar Gfld 60 — Slmmerone \u25a0 \u0084 . OS 00
GdSd 1 Belmont 41 — Spear Fraction 14 —
Gldfld Mof X 60 63 St 1re5....... 37 s*»
Goldfld Jf Star — 10 Sun D0g...... 04 —
Gdfld Portland 28 40 Traasur« — 07
Gfld Kewanas. 33 — Verd« ........ — #02
Goldfleld Ton. — OT Vernal . r — _-.l 9
BuUtro« District. "*L *
Amargosa 04 06! Gold Scepter.. 47 ' TK» '
Amethyst .... 75 — IGold Mt Gdfd. — \u25a0 10
B{« Bullfrog.. C» 10 Hap Hooligan. 09 10
Bonnie dare.. 13 . 20 Homestake ....1.10 ' —
Bfff MlnXer. 48 43Ll«e Harris... 02 03
Bf* Annex .. C 2 04 Mayflower Ex.. — v i 3 *
Brg Comb ... 14 13 Maryland ~ 05
Bf g Cons ... — OfiiMonUna Big... OS 07
Ytw Daisy ... 40 — JMontgy Mt 53 64
Bullfrog Ex... <» — IMtgy Sho» Ex. — J4
Bfz Bundle... — 10 Xujrget 09 —
Bfz Belmont. IT — iX Saoshoae. . . . id: \u25a0
Bfs Gold King 31 S3Onlo.Bfg .... 24 25
Bfg Jumper... — lOiOrlg Bfg ..:. 13 11
Bfs Mayflower 60PU0t.... 28 —
Bfs Nat. Bank 53 — iP.iyolite Town. 09 10
Bf 5 Victor. ... 14 17,SiJ0ihone ..... r — OS
Bfg Sunset... — 15tShoa Bfz Gold — .10
China Nevada. — 10 Shot Nat Bank — 10
Dearer 'Bfs ..1.40 —Starlight Bfj. „ 37 33
Denßfg An.. 23 25 Stelnway -. .44 43
Den Bush-Ex. 06 lOjTramp C0n.... — 1.33
Eclipse.. 92 — Tramp M C 0.." 73 • —
Gold Bar 1.15 —Velvet — ; 13
Gold Bar An.. 20 23 Ventura ...... 10 — \u25a0
GoM Bar Ex 05 — Tank «e- 'Girl... 13 ' 18
Goldneld- Bfg. — 031 ~* - -.-'
MmSaoaa ; District.
April Fool Ex. 01 —Man Dexter .. 60 «1
Atl & Pac 04 03 Man Hamboldt .11 .15
Comet ....... — OC Man . Lit Joe. . 05 •06
Gold .Wedge.. 18 # 19 Man - Jumbo... 08 09
Granny OM.. 19 21 Man Mtn Co X — . 14
Hlndocraft ... 18 — Maa Oro Ftno. — c.*
Indian .Camp. 83 — Man Bed Top.. — 12
Jumping Jack. 53 54; Mineral Hi 11... 04 10
Little Grey .. — 49]Mu»tang-An .. 03 -
Man ' Belmont. — 06 [Mas tang. Man.. ;S . 22
Man BeU« ... M 09,Orig Man ; 21 23
Man Broncho.. IS HiMuataa j Ex. . — 11
Man Buffalo... 10 lllPine Xut...... \u25a024 25
Mas Carson..'. — WlEackr. Hill *... \u25a0--'•\u25a0 19
Maa Central.. — 10 Sejler.Hmphry. -18 19
Man Cons.... 87 — Stray \u25a0 Dos .... "81 82 •
Maa Con \u25a0 Ex. . 23 27 Thanksgiving. . — 10 J
Man Comb ... 15 16 Whale i. ....... 13 ~U m
Man ' Crescent. •IS — Yellow Hone . . *08 — js^
Man ; Cowboy. 11—1
- - -' \u25a0 ; Other .\u25a0 Districts. .
Bel Johnnie... 13 — Kawich 4 Bfg 02 —
Bfg' J6annle. ..10 — Kaw Keystone. 01" 02
Cen . Gpldfleld- :15 — LWa Bell- .... ,08 —
Congress ..... 13 14 Lynx I . Creek.. v. — 1.00
Cyrus Noble..". 20 23 Xe*. Hills ....3.12 3.17
Diam Trlans-. 07 06 Mid • Johnnie...
Esperanza .... . — 01 N«v,'G' Cmer. 15
Frvw.S King. 22 23 Nev.Tule Gold. 10 —
Krrw • Eagle. . — 70 Palmetto 20
Globe Johnnie. 43 — Pal L n Strike. . °0
Gold Reed Ex. 15 — Pkjla Johnnie.. — ' 10
G.Beed_Mines. — v 12 Pyramid ;..:.. 73 .—
Gold Terra.".;. 07 '09 B. Homestake.. ' 25 &»>
Gold Dyke X.. 17 — Round Mt 80 '- 8S
Gold Quarts. .. 13 —Round Mt Ex.. 10
Interstate- .... — . IS Sytvanla :....". 06
Johnnie Con.;. -18 — f
. OAKLAND * STOCK EXCHA.VGE.
f OAKLAND. Sept. 20.— Following ' were the
»ales and closing quotations today on th.e>Oak.
land Stock -and Bond Exchange:
Morning Session.
3000 Com G G.s 5.i:i0(10Q0 Golden Anchor 7ft
2000 Com G Gate. l.ls 2000 Sceptre" - i«
SOOO RlaJto .......' IS 1000 Gold Wed-e"" I*
2000 Rialto..b 10.. 13 ISOO Great B»Sd " ',5
3000 S»tn. Dos. - • 05% 1000 at - Ivea "'" ' vi
2500 Adams ... . Ca.lOOu Steinway " * *" \u25a0 * '±1
IOOOAtUnta '..!.: 2911000 Rescue *\u25a0****\u25a0 it
lOOrt Belmont 6.0013500 Potlatch - ••***-*-\u25a0 ?I
1000 8Jne.8ti11..... 17(1000 Pta<, Vnt ***** •>-
1000 Blfrs: Daisy. . 44(2400 Oro .* *V-
1000 National' Bank SH.'CCOft Ohio \u25a0-"\u25a0"•''' T,~
1300 Columbia" Mtn .".if 300 HomeVtVfcV'i'ft-t'
Rfto Denver 31fr.M:.V. lo»X> Great "\u25a0 ">,ti™ fe
1000 , Plmnafld - Cons 3rt 1000 LlttT- JrJ rtni^
4.VV> Triangle ". . ,. . 0T .Vfr A m Vt a , ,T" " *
ltiOO EcHp«»- Oft 50a B B Bonin-i' ft«
1200 Gold 8ar... ..1.20 , ; ," f<«»«»-a. • . OS
Afternoon Session .-. ~« \u25a0•
2000 com G «. » S.t'.itX2<iOO MoQtsraiT MtiTl-.
3000 Com G Gate.. l. l3| tfln Mon'fnT 7 — •>!&
8000 Riatto .-..:. ISU.VIO Moha^>* "•-••?%
... , _ .^*-. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0;€; € \u25a0__ \u25a0 * . . - . -. ' \u25a0 J '
; and Bon^si
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