OCR Interpretation


The San Francisco call. [volume] (San Francisco [Calif.]) 1895-1913, May 16, 1907, Image 14

Image and text provided by University of California, Riverside; Riverside, CA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85066387/1907-05-16/ed-1/seq-14/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 14

14
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS
Wall street stocks weaker again. Cotton; irregular.
Leading copper stocks higher. Silver advanced slightly. '}. -%
I^ocal bonds very slow- of sale. Southern Nevada stocks lower.
Weather conditions keep wheat unsettled. ' Flour very firm, l
Barley firm and scarce in this market. Oats strong.
Corn very firm, with active eastern markets.
General advance in wheat and corn millstuffs.
Large lines of bran and shorts down from the north. •
Hay market still favors sellers. reported firm. . v
Xo further fluctuations in fresh or cured meats.
Holders of eastern and Oregon potatoes advance their prices.
• Poultry plentiful, dull and weak.
Bntter, eggs and cheese unchanged.
Oranges better cleaned up and'firmer. Lemons weak.
CURRENT FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
Brlrf Revicvc of <he Situation by a
Wall Street Authority
The New Tork circular of Henry Clews thus
give* the current financial situation:
"The monetary situation has been a source
nf lew solicitude than for many weeks; the
meet unwelcome feature In the situation being
tfce low condition of bank reserves and their
failure to Increase, as - they should, at this
season. It U a welcome fac/ that easier mon
etary conditions prevail throughout the world.
the only exception perhaps being at Paris, where
woe concern le fhown over the Rnssian situa
tion. There Is little prospect of gold exports
from this Kide at the moment, end. this country
is now well supplied with an abundance of cir
culation. It i* not a scarcity of money from
which we are Buffering, but rather an exhaustion
of the floating supply of capital which has been
turned too rapidly Into fixed forms. Our cir
culstteg medium is now about $2,900,000,000. an
Increase of over $200,000,000 compared with a
year ago. The circulation per capita on May
1 was over $34 per bead, the highest on record,
end compared with about $27 per capita in 1900.
HEAVT RAILROAD TRAFFIC
•"Our railroads are still heavily taxed with
freight, traffic managers all over the interior
being hopeful in their views regarding business.
Their chief problem Is that of properly handling
the traffic which presses on them. In the month
of March 71 roads reported gross earnings of 8
r»r cent ahead of the enormous traffic of last
year. The companies ere therefore still under
tb# urgent necessity of providing better facil
ities. In providing the latter they are seriously
handicapped by two considerations: First, the
great Increase In expenses; and second, the dif
ficulty of securing capital except at high rates
of Interest. In the matter of expenses on the
\u25a0hove reports It is noted that they Increased
is per cent over last year, causing a decrease of
over 2 per cent In profit*. This tendency towards
diminished profits is today characteristic of our
business enterprises- It Is not confined to rail
roads alone, but Is rapidly entering Into in
dustrial and mercantile operations, owing, as
stated, to the high cost of commodities and
labor. The railroads are really facing a serious
problem — that of providing Increased facilities
when profits are diminishing and rates of In
terest advancing. Under ordinary circumstances
they wocld reconp themselves by an advance
In freight rates, but the present state of public
opinion renders such a policy wholly inadvisable.
In consequence, the roads must postpone con
templated Improvements, as far as practicable,
and confine them to those which are absolutely
necessary."
EASTERN MARKETS
Xew York Money Market
NEW YORK, May 15. — Money on call steady
at 2<S2i4 per cent, ruling rate 2>4, closing bid 2.
Time loans dull; 60 days, 3*4 *g4 per cent;^o
days. 4<54%; cix months, 4^ i 34%.
Prime mercantile paper s^j per cent.
Sterling exchange firm at [email protected] for
demand and at [email protected] for 60 day bills.
Posted rates 454 and 487.
Commercial bills 483.25.
Bar silver 65% c.
Mexican dollars 50 %c
Government boads steady; railroads heavy.
Xew York Stock MarKer
KEW TORK. May 15.— There was a sho#
lived period of animation in the stock market
today. This followed the appearance of a pub
. Jisbed abstract purporting to give the substance
of the forthcoming report of the Interstate com
merce commission on the results of the Inquiry
Into the Harrtman railroad combination. The
••baracter of this alleged document was severe
In Its strictures upon conditions revealed by the
Investigation, and some drastic recommendations
\u25a0were included looking to the correction of ex
isting abuses. The substance of the report and
the nature of the alleged recommendations con
tained nothing that has not been, the subject
of stock market discussion and of professed
epprehension ever since the sensation created
by the testimony before the commission, the
feeling reaching Its most acute stage In the .
h»sgbt of the March panic in stocks. Stock >
market go6slp since that time has arrived at
a comprehensive solution of the problems to 'be
presented by the tneaEures for the dissolution
of relationships In the Harrlman combination,
which was to result In the distribution of . val
uable rights to stockholders to share in the
assets thus prohibited to the corporation. This
•Uegnd settlement resulted In a vigorous rally
In Union Pacific In the ' March panic Never
theless, professionals seized with rapidity on
the revival of the original factors contained In
today's publifation and forced a rapid decline
1n prices, led by Union Pacific itself. The
Iste recovery in the market was dne partly to
covering of shorts and was significant of the
lilghly professional character of the Belling on
the decline.
The same Influence kept Canadian Pacific com
paratively firm all day after the sharp decline
\u25a0 of recent days. National Lead was marked np
briskly to the accompaniment of rumors of an
Intended Increase In the df^dend rate. Some
of the other metal and mining stocks also
showed strength pn account of trade conditions.
There was no important change in money con
ditions.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales (par value).
$1,004,000.
United States bonds were anchanged on call.
B>>w York ftoet L.l«t
K. F. Button & Co., 490 California street,
members of the New Tork stock exchange', fur-
Blth the following list of bond and stock tales
y»*terday:
S«iws I Stock-8 I High) Low! BUI 1 Ask
'Adams Express .! ! 2?K) 302
...... JAM.'g-CbßlnierF 11 12
..'. — I Do pfd j I :«)'4 33
71.300!Amal Copper ...\Uo% 9i% l'."s ' 9.">%
(Am B*<>t Sugar . 15 16
.'.! Dopfd 82
! Am Can Co .../..;..'..-.. sis 'i 6>4
j Dopfd ~54' 65
'^Sl^ c. & F Co -- 377 * 87 % ' 37^ 37^
100! Do pfd 100 100 9914100%
400' Am Cotton Oil .. 31% 30\ 80% 31
! Do pfd 98 82-
'.Am Dist Tel 25 40
.......'Am Ex 202' 212
liAm G Twine Co . 6 6%
.......(Am Hide &. L 1.... 4^4 4%
.......j Do pfd '. . 202 21
.......'Am Ice Secur ... ./. ..1 67 . 70
.......!Am Unseed 11 . .12"
.......I Do pfd 26 26%
.......; An Locomotive . . .• 62 62%
j Do pfd 106 109
SI.ROO'Am S & Rfg Co. . 150% 127^. 130% 130%
200 Do pfd 10S$i 10S?4 10S% 109
100 Am Sugar 126 126 126' 127
\ Do pfd .".. ..... 122 127
! Am Steel Focnd. ......' 7 . 7\£
600' Do pfd ..:.... 38 37 3« 38
Am Tel & Tel Co 123 125
lAm Tob pfd ; .-.. 92W 93
7OO!Am Woolen .... 28>4 25% "2R% 29
•.... ..J Do pfd .. A.-r. ..... 83 85
4.3oo!Anaconda -. i 63% €2% 63 63%
300[Atlantie C Line. 100 V. 10014 100% 102%
• 13.3001 A T&B Fe ..;; 9i 59% 90*4 9«>%
100 l Dopfd -.. 94«4 94*; 94% 95
3.800;B & O 97% 9C% 97 97«
.......1 Do pfd .:... S8 . SS%
5.30018 BT 60% 69% tk 60%
ißrooklyn U Gas . 115 120
'Can Sonthrn /..;. f,i bi%
32.100! Can Pacific ...'..; 171% ie 9% 171 «i 171 94
5,900 0 &.O ......... 40 3<?s; 39« 33%
* I Do pfd. "A":... 451 50
-I Dopfd "B" ....../...... 1T,% 16
I "./.... I Do debs' 73% 74
TOOjO &. N W 153 jr. 2 152% 153
S.SQO,C MA St P . . 133% 132»4 133 133%
...-."..1: Do'pfd .....;....... 158 160
300' Cent Leather ... 2S 27% 27? i 27 vi
2Oo{ \u25a0 Do pfd ....... 96H 96 85 97
-. .:..tCfclcago Term^,.. 6 10
.1 Do pfd ./.:. 16 20
300 Chi Un-Trae ... 3% 2% 2% 3
500 Do pfd ....... .14 13\i 14 16
C C C &St L -V. ...:. ;„-.. 70V. 71%
I Do pfd -»..... !<..:. ...:. 100 JO7 \u25a0>
I.2fX)iColo Fuel i Iron 53% 34% 34%
...jCol Hock C & I. ..... ..... 25H 26
.......{Colo Socthern.... '.. 24*{ 23
... s Do Ist pfd.... .......... 3d . 60 '.
200 «Do-2d. ptd../. 46 45% 45* i 46ii
....... Consolidated Gas. ..... .:... 132^U 133.,
: 1,000 Corn Products... 17% 18% 19% I3i|
"'2^66 Del & Hndson-M! 178% iV, 175K IT6
» Xj &-W.....'. ..... ... ..4«%' 470
400 D & E Q...:... 2514 27% 25% -29 ;.'
200 D0pfd. ....... 72 ,71% 70- ,75
....... Detroit Un By.: 70 71%
Diamond Match.. .../. ...*. 129 130
800 Din Securities... 68% 68% 68% 09
....... Dnlnth B S AA.. /.... 11% 14/
Do pfd...... :..'.. 22V». 2T.U
, 2.oooErle 24 23% ,23% i 23%
t 50ft Do Ist pfd."... 56 j 55»i 55% VS
i 700 Do-2d pfd.-:. S9\ ,38% 89, - ~39%
j 100 Fed M& Sm pfd 85"* 85 '<Bi* <f&i :
I ....... General Electric. ..... ;...-. 146: 147
1 ....... Gr Cons M S & Pj..... ..... 132% 140
New York' Stock List .Continued
Sales | Stock! IHlghj Low| Did | Ask
600! Great Nor Ore.'. 60 59% .V>^ GO
2,9oo'Great Nor pfd.. 134 Vi 132 Vi 134 134 14
iGreene Cananea C .... 15% 16
Havana Tob Oo 10% 11
Do pfd... 20 23:
Hooking Valley 80 .....
Do -pfd : R3% R-114
100 Illinois Central... 142U 142H 141 143
3OO|interboro "kletro. . 23 22% 22% 22Ts
400 Do pfd:../.... (•'••-\u25a0- .
lOOInt Paper ... 13% 13*4 13% 14
Do pfd 72% 73%
,^llnt Power ..43 .....
Int Pump : 25 29
Do pfd....:... . 70 75'
lowa Central..... IS»4 19
Do pfd 39- 40
KCFSAMpM.-l 78 79
600 X C Southern.. 26 25 25% 26
200 Do pfd 59% 59% 59% 60
Knickerbocker lee 3« 37%
..?.... L E & W 20 23
Do. pfd.. 65 70 .
i Lehlgh Valley ....62% <HVi !
ILong Island . 50 5S
5001 L& N :...... 116% 116 116 116%
Mackay .."/' 69% 70%
Do pfd . 6«% i 69
800 Manhattan ...... 139 13SV* 13SU 140
(Metro St Ry 62 * 95 '
. 200,'Mexiean Central. 21% 20% ?\ 12
Minn & St L 49 50
Do pfd 82 90
M St P & S S M 101 • 102
Do pfd 132 135
500 Mo Kan & Texas. 35% 35% 55% 36
200 Do pfd 64% 64% 64% 64%
Mo Pacific 74% 74%
Nash Chat &S L 125 133
13,600 Natl Lead ?««4 \64 6g CS%
100 Do pfd 99ft 99% 99% 100
NRR of M pfd 52 52%
Natl Biscuit ........". 76% 77
Do pfd 113 114
Ncr Cons Cop 14% 15
2.400 Newbouse Cop... 16V- 16% 16% 17,
N J Central ..; ;. 180 190
....... NT Air Brake 115 . 118
5,000 N V Central .... 114% 113% 114% 114%
600N TO& St L... 41% 41 41 42
, Do Ist pfd ... .108 115 *
....... Do 2d pfd 77 85
N YKH4H ... ..... 172 176
\u25a0"V^S V P n L & W 56 % 3 8
300 Nor & Western.. 76% 76 76% .77%
........ Do pfd 82 85 -
1.300 North American.. 73% 70% 71% 72
s,3oo'North Pacific ... 133% 132% 133% 133%
(Omaha 132 135
••••.-••L 00 Pfd . 150 160
300 Pacific Coast BS% 95% 98% 100
Do Ist pfd ... 85 101 .
Do 2d pfd 03 \{f*
300 Pacific Man 26 26 26 «>6"W.
15,S00]Penn R R Co ... 123% 122% 122% 122%
600 p% p1 £ ss * g 2! t— 91% 91 91 * 01^
PCC& St L. 70 72%
, Do pfd-..; 93 93
....... Pitta Coal 12% 13 '
Do pfd 55^4 55%
Press Steel Car . 34%! 35
Do pfd ..... ..._-i fliy, 02%
-.Pullman Car Co ...164" 169
100 Ry S S Co ...... 43% 43% 43% 44
Do pfd ../... 93 , 94
181,300 Reading 109% 107 10S% 10S%
....... Do Ist pfd .-... .. ' 84%
....... Do 2d pfd .... ; 79% g»T4
: 300 Republic S & 1.. 27% 26% 26% 27
Do pfd S5 86'
1,200 Rock Island Co.. 21% 21 21% 21%
Do -pfd .-. 46 46%
600 S S S & I C 0.... 59% 59% 59% CO
::::::: s s°^ -mpfd ::•.:: ::::: 1* &1
::::::: s^^V:::::;::::::; ig % %*
....... Do pfd ................. 54 56 -
14,100 South Pacific ..'. 84% 83% 83% 83 T 4
, 2£L Do pfd ...;... 113% 113^ 113% 114'
I,<oo Southern Railway 21% 20% 20»& 20%
200 Do pfd ...:... 66% 66% 66 66%
Term Coal & Iron /.... ..... 147 150
Tex Pac L T Co. ..... ..... 73 79 '
lOOiTexas Pacific... 28% 28% 28% 29
(Third Avenue 109 115.
iTol Ry & T Col 28% 29
300JTOU St L & W. 29% 29% 29% 30%
SOOKDopfd ... 53% 53* 53% 55%
200 Twin City R T-. 92% 92% 92 93
Cn Bap & Paper 6% 8 "
Do pfd 55 ss
170.900 Union Pacific... 147% 142% 144% 144%
1,100 Do pfd ...-..:.. 90% 89% ,89 00%
Ignited Copper.. "61% 62
Un Rds of S P 32% 37
: J Dopfd.. 54 55 '
I Do 45..:. 74it
2001 C S Ca*t Iron P. 35% Ss«fe 35% 3T.%
400 Do.pfd ....... 84 82% 181 84%
..„.;. JIT S Express.. 09 102
• - lUS RHy & Cons ..... ...:. 60 70
300 US Rd & Rfg Co 17% 17% i 17% IS
Do pfd 53 55
V S Rubber 40 40%
... Dolst pfd,... loo%lini
... Do 2d pfd... '/:.. 71,171%
24.3001 U S Steel Cor 37 R6V4 36%1 • 38%
600! Ctah Copper. 29% 2SV 28 \ 29 -
5001 Do pfd ....... 100 LWK 100 100%
lOOIVa-Car CbemCo. 27 27^ 27 27%
• I Do pfd .104 10S
.......IVa CI & C Co.'. I .... 66 70%
- -noO'.Wabash - :.:. 113% 13% 13% 13%
1001 Do pfd ::•..- 1 25% l 25% 2T,% 26
....'. ..iWells Fargo Ex. I ; . ! 2T.0 300
IWestern Union... 1 .....(.....I 82% IS3
IWestlnphouse ...1.....!..... 144 1145%
1W&L8........!..... ..... 11 j 12'
! Do, -Ist; pfd."'... 1... .:!..;.. 23 I 2r,
..'. .:..!' Do 2d pfd. .. .1.. ...j..... 14 * 16;
200|Wisconfiin Centralt 17% 17*6 17 18%
• -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a01 Do pTd .......1..... .:...| 37% -40%
582,000 shares total sales.
New York Bonds
V S ref 2s reg.,104 IJanan 4« cert. ... 8*
Do ooopoo* -.-... 104"- Do 4%s cert.... S3 >
Do 3* rep: .102 Do 2d uprios . . :. . 91%
Do coupon- ....102 ' t, & N unified 45. '.101 •.-
Do old 4« .' reg.lol%lMan con jrold 45.. 100%
Do coupon \u0084':-.'.l ol%tMex'C entral 45... 79
Do new 4s reg.129%1 Do Ist 1nc.... 21%
Do coupon 129% Minn & St, l» 45.. 00
Araer Tob 4i ..:. 72% M. X & Texas 4s. P8 '.
Do. 6n .. ..106% Do 2d» ........ 84 '
Atcb gen 4s ...; &C% KB of Mcx ron \u25a0 4s S3 ;
Do adj 4s .:.. 92% N V 0 gen 3%8.". 93%
Atlantic CL 4s. 95 NJ C gen 55. ...125'
Bait & - Ohio 45. . 100 ' Nor : Pacific \u25a0 4e. : .J.lo<>%. J .lo<>%
Do 3%s .....'„ 93 . .Do Ss ..........71%
Brocklyn RT c4k 51 Nor * .W-'con 45.. 9*5%
Central of^Ga 55.106 OB Line rfdg 4s.' 92
Do Ist 1nc.... «> iPa cony 3%s ';..: 93%
-Do 2d . 1nc. . . .'. . 72 . Reading "gen -- 45. : ." < 96%.
Do 3d 1nc.... 60 , S L & TM con ss. 100%
Ches & Ohio 4%5.101\ St.L'fcg P.fg 4«. 81%
Chi & Alton B%s. 68 St jX. S'W eon 4a. 74
C B & Q new 4s. 94% Seaboard ,A. L 4».. 74%
C. R I & Pac "4b. 69 So - Pacific • 4s. .".*. . 88 \u25a0 •
Do col 55. .....101 ; Do Ist 4s cert.,l92.
Colo Midland 4a. r 68 • 80 . Eallway 55 .... 110%
Colo, & So 4».... 90% Tex >& Pac 15ta.;115%
Cuba 5s ..:.... .102% Tel. St L & W-4*. 1 79
Den & R!/> G 4i. 05 Cnion Pacific 4».. 101 '
Elet Securities ss. 83% US. Steel 2d 65.. 96%
Erie prior lien; 4s. 96% Wabash-lsts '.;... 108 \u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0•
Do pen. 4s ....SO- Wentern Md 45..*. '75%
Hock Val 4%5...104% W& L Erie4».,.783
Jepan :6^: 6^ . . . : ... ; 95% Wit Central 4«; V." 83 T
Japan Cs, 2d Ber; 98%1 • •' :. • . ' \u25a0 : .
-\XeW..York/Mlnln«r Stocks, -.
Adams Con :.... lOlLlttle Chief ..... 06
Alic«- .... .". : . . ... 4.oolOntario : . 4.25
Breece ;.\u25a0-..."; V:^. 20!Ophir ...'."2 10
Bruns C0n , .: . . . :' 40!Potost ; •. in
Com Tnnnrl", .:.. 27! Savage 52
Con ViMln Co.'. 741Slcrra Nevada ;:.. : -33
Horn -Silver ..... I.ss!Sxnall Hopes \u25a0.'.;.;.'"" x& '\u25a0\u25a0
Iron Sllrer ...;.\u25a0., 2. 4s|Standard .. . . . . ..v 2.23
LeadrlUe ; Con : : . X:' 06( ,' ? .
/ Bout on Stocks and Bonds " \u25a0 f!
Money — '.;\u25a0 •' -"j - Mmmg —
Call loans .. ;.3 1 .4@5 -'. lAUouez ... . ..'. .W 50
Time loans ....'.5(2.5%] Amal Copper •.:.. 04%
• Bonds — '\u25a0>'\u25a0' i .(Ariz r- Commercial.. 20'
Atchison • 4s ....... 83% lAtlantlc '.:.: .:. ... ' 12 •- '
Do adj '4s . ..-. . " 90 ; jßlngham'' -.V. ; .*.v. -.* 18Vi
Mcx \u25a0 Central '. 4s. .:.77%5Butte > Coalition *-;';• 21 "
Railroad* — .:\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 I Calumet i&r Ariz.: 174 •
Atchlson ........ 90% Calumet ;& Hecla.S6o' :
Do pf d , . „ v. v. . 94%'Centennlal v.*-;;.v:«29H
Boctoa &. Albany. 229 %i Copper. Range \u25a0..*. 82%
Bofton & Malne.M6s. Daly 'West r.. ;".--/-. -^ 16%,
K'jston ; EUt .". ..136 -'\u25a0 Franklin -. .-.": . ."..". . 16%
Fitchburg prd. ::.13O' Granbj-i . .... v...:i35
Mcx Central '.'..-. 20% Mass v Mining \u25a0 .... '6%*
N.y.NH & H..170% Michigan V....V.V.V— -»--
Union, Pacific, '..; 144% Mobawk ...... ;:r. 57%
- Miscellaneons— ; .«•. Mont Coal \u25a0 & Coke. x 3vi
Affler Pneu Tube.- S -- Nevada- .........'..14%
Amer Sugar -.T..125 North Butte >;:.V.;91%
Dopfd ........125 Old Dominion ';.-.. 64%:
Amer Tel' &\u25a0 Te1.124 s Ottceola -.r. ...V;-::C— * \u25a0\u25a0"¥
Amer Woolen ... 28 Parrot ;...-.-.V.r.":V'.21%
V. Do pM '-\u25a0''•"• '•••"*'.«3/.Tj Qoincy .;..... -..r. 129 *.
Dom Iron & Steel. 18 . Stu.nnon " \u25a0...::; r.V.-: i 17 % :
Ed Elect. Ilium.. 2lo% [Tamarack ... ...-.:ilS .-.
SlMs.'Etectxlc ...:t -17.v iTrlnity .;..."... ''.:.\'- 21%
Do pfd ... .-. ; . -; \u25a0 57% United i Copper f. ."A fil %
Mass - Gas ; .-. . . . . 62 v U: S Mining . . ...:'' 52 *-<
United* Fruit ....lO9<, U ; S?OU -.*r.".V.**.*ho%
Un. shbf: Mach..: 62% Utah •\u25a0:.':.V.':r.::r..63; -.
V. l^ St&\u25a0••••-...'27%S t& \u25a0••••-. ..'27% Victoria '...-.vvr.-r.^B%"
U^ 5tee1........ 36% Wlnona< ...".-.. i~..- 8 r ,
•- Do pfd........ 99% Wdretlne '.."i.T.r. 162:
<Tjrm;^ gall; '^ TH^KSDA^yavrAY , 15, 1907J
'.;.".; \u25a0 '\u25a0 . London ) Closing \ '\Sl.i ,'-
Cons . money 1 .'.S4 11-16IM/ X &*>Texas?;. i' 36%
• Do for ; acct.S4M3-16 N >.Y.- Central..'.-.-. US' .v :
Anaconda \u25a0..."...: 12% Norfolk r &? West;/;. 78%
Atchlson ..\u25a0..\u25a0..:".• 93% V. Do' pfd *'./.".."\u25a0.. /.".."\u25a0. r:|S6 -
:. Do pfd "..":..;;. 99 » Ont : & -'\u25a0 Western: /-;• 37 *i '
Bait &, 0hi0. .. .*.-. lOf)«i Pennsylvania i :: .\:\ 03%
Can . Pacific . ; ... TSijjl Uaud -,j Mines -"...':'. ¥ t;i^,
Ohes I & Ohio. 1 ... ". . 41 , lltcadiner >..;-."'""/: ."/tj STi%
Chi > Great West :\l l l Vi iSo Railway i. . :r. . 21 %
Chi. 'Mil &St P. 137 Vi1-- 4 Do ptd •\u25a0-. . . ." . /.i CS r
De Beers . . . . . . . : 265i,iSoV Pacific "- . . . . . .". 5 80V4
Den;& Rlo-G.r*. 29 -a Union -Pacific $\u25a0'.:*.": 150%
:Do pfd .:..:..'." 77»-' x Do -pfdA... *:..;'.^.95 •
Krle ............. 24Vi U" S^Steei: .:.:.;. :37%
Do Ist ;pfd....;s7Va|> Do I ' pfd V.. ::..'. 'lO:J.<
Do 2d pfd.. .... 40Vi Wabash \u25a0\u25a0..-.-.;:.•\u25a0.. . v ;l4Vi
Grand ; Trunk > .... . 20^1 :\u25a0>\u25a0 Do - pfd ? : . . . .'.\u25a0- . . 2r,i^
TU" Central .:'.;; .140 \u25a0-•: Spanish*. 4s *'.: ./.;. 05%
Louisv&. Nash .--..119^ \u25a0.;{"'': 1*
: Bar silver — Steady; " 30. s'l6d per ounce.' ' f .
Money— 2@2>4 p*r cenC \u25a0 ' -\. ' '
r.The ? rate s of • discount- in -'the \u25a0 open i- market
forrshort bills Is*, 3% -per -cent and for three
months' bills 3H ; per cent.. : : . //\u25a0:;\u25a0 \u25a0 ;
. !%>W [York : Cotton ; : ; ; .',"' "
NEW YORK, ;MaV- 15.— Hutton's. -.wire Tsays: :
."Cotton market opened strong" and' excited. ! with
trade ; large. ''-,. There V was heavy \ selling ' of -t July . '
by : the bull "' crowd ?that*. caused'^ this s month -to
weaken ' badly./. As '-.to h news;"" 1 : there i were ; bad
reports and " rains over ( the belt," them - b«»inp I one
to six inches .in ; the . central \u25a0 part. '\u25a0' These ", rains,
\u25a0 with I cold I weather, ~j are ' hurting - the. . crop every
day and' conditions: seem ".to .'be^growing-iworse/
dally. In all.;it seems to',be an off-year for a
cotton crop as f well, as "for grata.f£«mMߣs9n3i
s \u25a0 Price says:^ "The visible t supply . of ..'American
ootton-at'the end of tbo: present- season ' ; wlll. be
less than \u25a0 the world's | requlreinpnts . for ja I month:
The crop is fully three-: weeks ;latft and* the pros
ent \ crop . will have " to" supply 13 ' months*, con-"
Eumptlon. Before . many > days ' 12c ; will seem as
cheap as' loc 'did yesterday.": \u25a0 • ~ \u25a0 -":
It. 1b- estimated that ; Price sold 1 100,000 bales
July for delivery today.- -\u25a0 . * \u25a0 ".!:'*\u25a0\u25a0'.:•\u25a0-:
'• Option— '•\u25a0'. Open." \u25a0; * High. V Low. ; , \u25a0 Close.
May ... .-.'10.95 -10.97 10. 7S . 10.7r>
June ...:.... 10.99 10.99 ,10. SI 10.75
July '..1f1.9gai.03- 10. SO . lO.Sl^
August ...... 10.79 10.92- ,10.79 ,'^lo.7B]
September ... 10. 53 lO.ai 10.79 10.76
October' . -11.04 ,11.09 : 10.92-10.92
November .... 10.95 V 10.98 -10. OS 10.92;
December .:..-. 11.05 ; ll'.lO : 10.90 10.96
January ...... 11.20, \u25a0 11.22 '11. OS. ,11.08
February .'.... 11.17 -11.17' '11.17 11.09
March .......11.26> •*. 11.28 ;' -.11.21 ,11.15
I DriedPrultnln XewYork '; ! '
NEW YORK. • May 15.— Evaporated , Apples-
Unchanged. 1 ancy.- 8®8»4c: choice. 7@7%c;
prime. 6i4fi6i4c; phor to fair,:sH@B%c. :, "
Prunes— Quiet. , California, 3?ie to".- 12"J4c;
Oregon, 5V»c to lOe. ; . \u25a0 '
Apricots— Unchanged.- Choice. *17%<aiR<-: ex
tra choice, 18%@19%cr extra fancy. 19@20c.
Peaches— Finn. . Choice.-.. -ll@ll%c;.-. extra
choice. 12@12%c; fancy,' 12%@13c: extra fancy,' J
13@15C *•• \u0084 ' "\u25a0.\u25a0.\u25a0..\u25a0;:\u25a0/."\u25a0 '"-'-\u25a0'
Raislns-rQnlet.- Loose : muscatel. ,8U@10c:
seeded raisins, 7% @11%c; London layers,- $1-50
"New York Metal Market
NEW YORK. May "15. — Spot tin wasi£l
sterling lower -in j the London market : at £ 1?9.
and futures lost about 12s Od, closing at £185.
Locally the market^was dull, with spot I quoted
ats43@44. v- , \u25a0"•\u25a0-•; \u25a0;\u25a0'.:' \u25a0 '\u25a0 : - ' \u25a0•\u25a0- '.\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0".
; Copper was lower in the London market with
spot closing at £102 and "futures at :£lOl ss.
Locally the market I continued ; quiet * with lake
quoted at [email protected]; electrolytic; [email protected];
casting. [email protected]~j ; \u25a0'\u25a0•\u25a0-•' " •\u25a0 .
Lead was unchanged^ at [email protected] In', the local
market and at £29 15s In. London.- , : . ' ' ,
Spelter was unchanged at'£2s-17s 6d In. Lon
don and at $6. [email protected] In the local market :
I roa had j a . sharp break in \ the 1 London | mar
ket, prices being over 1 a shilling; lower.' Stand-'j
ard foundry closed at 61s -Id - and : Cleveland j
warrants at 61s 3d. Locally the market was)
unchanged. •: ; ; . . \u25a0 ; .
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Fnture Grain' and Provisions
CHICAGO", ' May IS.— -Renewed \u0084 profit ; taking
caused a decline of more than 2 cents per bushel
today In the : price \u25a0of i the '-. leading . options of
wheat' Today's \u25a0 market, unlike that of yester
day, -failed to recover from tha fresh setback,
cloßhig - prices being . at ; almost the I lowest • point
of \u25a0 the day compared " with the previous T day's
close. Final quotations on ' the July option was
2%c lower. ; September was down 2%@2V4c and
December was off 2%@2%c. " July corn, was up
%c. Oats Bhowed a net loss.of-JiQ^c. Pro
visions were 15<g20c lower. " ,
Tradhig In the » wheat ; pit lacked j spectacular
display, but the \u25a0 volume : of business : was - again
exceedingly heavy. The market \u25a0 was under \u25a0 the
domination of the . bears \u25a0 and although 'on . one
or two occasions prices- showed some disposition
to advance, the general 'tendency;: was toward
a lower level.. Profit taking "by local and outside
longs formed a conspicuous, part <of "the selling
movement. The market opened weak with prices
all the., way from.' %@2c lower , than .''the
previous close.- A -decline in. the 'price of .'wheat
on the Minneapolis curb," presumably due to more
favorable conditions for seeding in \u25a0 the Canadian
northwest was the chief ; reason ' for ' the \u25a0-, opening
weakness : " In -" the ' local 4 market. ;; The ' weather
bureau predicted slowly I rising I temperatures for
the spring wheat 'country^ for- tonight .and 'to
morrow, and •: thlsj brought ' out . additional ' sales.
The " September \u25a0 i&d * Decembers options s showed
more - recuperative power . than " did the July ; and
at' one time, the - two more Vdllverles
advanced above ' the | opening ) price. $S During . the
last 10 minutes of trading the market was again
subjected to enormous realizing) sales and \ under
this selling prices dropped to a new low point for
the day. The market closed weak, with only a
trifle above the low market. . July - opened %@
l%c lower at 94@95c, ' sold . off', to 93% c and
closed at 92%@92%c* September r opened %@
W?4c lower at 95%f5'93?4c. sold between 96 % c
and. 96'ic and closed at 95c .-'- December ' opened
at 06%@97*5ic, ranged between : 93c to 98c ; and
closed at the lowest point/ ".-:" :: . \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -'\u25a0-'-'\u25a0
Corn was decidedly strong in the early part of
the day. The market lost ' much * of : Its ' early
strength duriDg the last part of the day because
of the weakness of wheat.; The close,. however,
was firm. July opened -unchanged to %c lower
at 52<552i4c/ advanced to : 53% c and closed at
52% c.-.-:, .-r'-r: -\u25a0'..-' r-- : *<?,-:-•": V/. \u25a0\u25a0•..-\u25a0: \u25a0' -'"
Oats opened quite firm on reports \u25a0of killing
frosts In - sections \u25a0' of , Kansas, .'but soon i became
weak on general " profit " ; taking.",- An erstwhile .
bull leader was one of the principal sellers today.
The market closed '\u25a0 weak; -.. July opened ' a - shade
lower. to a shade higher at. 44% @44%c.' sold up
to \u25a0 44% @44%c and, then; declined to 43% c. :
\u25a0 Provisions were weak ; all ' day/ because of per
sistent selling by i local I packers and , brokers act
ing for English Interests, y Continued heavy re-"
ceipts of live < hoga • at , all western packing cen
ters was the mam bearish v. Influence. ' • At , the
close July pork was off 15c/; lard was down 20c
and ribs were 20c , lower. .; . \u25a0'\u25a0' : •
- The leading futures ranged as follows: -
Articles. '\u25a0 Open. ;. High. Low. ' Close.
\u25a0 Wheat— j- .- : •-- • \u25a0 ; " '• .J "".-- ' .-.\u25a0.\u25a0'-.'-\u25a0
May ..........:., f»2 ,"921,1 91».i 01%
July ....;...... »5 95 03% ; ; 93<fc
September • . 96U' 96% , 94% " 04%
December ..."... 97% 98 \u0084 - 96 . 9«
:'. Corn — "-\u25a0".- \u25a0'..; '.-'--.
May >........... \u25a0 52% •..53%' r.2% 82%"
July ..*..;......' 02»IV 83% -52- /C 2%:
September ..... 62% • 53% 52% «62%
\u25a0 " Oats— " \u25a0 ' " "'-• " • <\u25a0'-\u25a0'.\u25a0\u25a0»\u25a0" \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 ; \u25a0' . :\u25a0 \u25a0 •
May, ... /. ... . -.; 45% . '45% . 44% { 44%
July" .../....... 44%." 44% 43% .43%
September ...'.. 37%- .-'07%- 36%:- 38%
Mess 1 pork, i per bbl — ' \u25a0,' * \u25a0- .
May ...;.;.... 16. RO :i«.BO 16. 50---- 16.50 ,
July -./...:... '..16. 62%16.C7% 16.05 16.55-
Lard/per 100 lbs— ./ .' '-\u25a0\u25a0':. •.•'<.-
Ju1y......... "...9:25 :••;' 0.30 :- 9.22% 9.12%
September .".;.. 9. 37% i; 9.45 .'9.25 .'9.25=1
'". Shorts ribs, peir 100 lbs — r.. -. ;.> • /
July ../.. .8.95 '- 9.00 / '. 5.82% :8.52%
September •..//. 9.15 'ip. ls' : 9^00; ; 9.00 \u25a0
Cumh Grain Y and " ProvliilonH •'*,"• '- .
CHICAGO,"'" May - 15.— -Cash -quotations \u25a0 were
as "follows::, - «». • ; , ':.-•-'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'. ""c -•'.'i'--" J'"
?. Flour steady; No. .2^ spring' wheat;. 98c@Sl;.
No.? 3, 90@99c:'\No.v 2- red," 91U<a!>2c; . No. 2
corn. - 53 14 c ;- No. 2*\u25a0 yello w;'. 61 % Q 54c : '. - No! ; ; 2
osts. 44% c: No. 2 . white. <4s%c;? No. .3;white,
42 fit 44c; j No." "2 rye, . 80c;» fair « to ; choice ; malting
barley. « Bl(Sß4e; No.'i 1 ' flaxsped;- $1.21% ; *. No.V 1
northwestern; v * $1;28% ; X prime \u25a0=. timothy -V eeed/
?4.39; • dover/f contract • grades.l" $15; short ribs,
sides 1 (loose). - [email protected]; | mess I pork/,; per bbl,
$16.57%@16.50; r lard, per .100 ?--. lbs, ' $9.02%; j
short > clear : sides & (boxed) , '; $9©9.25 ; ' whisky,
basis '' O f' high; wines;- $1.2 a • • \ \u0084 -. -:
.*. Articles— .:, . \u25a0«•\u25a0; Receipts. •, Shipments.
Flour.' barrels ............. 42,100 1 4. .77.500
Wheat, \u25a0 bushel* .'/..-..-". . /. 69,600 "—" — 1 22,300 \u25a0
Corn.--bUßhels ? . '.. .\u25a0./..".".:'." *.225,C00 .'- -, . 452,200
Oats, \u25a0 bushels f/.V.'/r/;". .'/..". 421,000 * '. '-. ' 1P4.400 i
Rye. . bushels ' ..7.......". .7.. ....." .\u25a0.':.•" 6.000 . , ; 10,000
Barley, V/;.....y.. 63,800.'/ ! 20,700
\u25a0; \ • . i Butrer,' Chee«e" and : Egg;* , '.-. ' ; :: ,;. . .
'.:' CHICAGO/^ May/15.*-^On>i; the"'.:' produce .„' ex
change 1 today the fc butter \u25a0\u25a0 \ market •" irasi weak;
Creameries. :\u25a0 18@22%c; 1 dairies/ \u25a0• 17@21c. ,% Eggs
steady; at' mark., cases '» Included/' j 15c; dfirpts,
14% c: •'? prime ; firsts, '-.15% c. ' Cheese - steady,
13@14%c. \u25a0: •.?.-ii«?liii/<;i';, .:";.-• '-yh-'-l '-":. = ' ---:':\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0<x'
-v..j ;<-•..-• .;. \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0--, "•'-•\u25a0 \u25a0 :' ;> .^.;- :. .-. •:-.;.' \u25a0'\u25a0"-V
' \u25a0 . Eaatcrn IJvestoclc'- Market : . ' ,
.'- CHICAGO. May. 15.^-Cattle—Recoiptß. 21^000/
Stcady^to'i lower.';' Beeves.v [email protected];yc0w5,
[email protected] : i'*. helf e rfi. • : ; $2.75i®4 ; -i, calves,^- $6.40 ;
good s to s prime ' steers.'-.' 55.35 1@ C.45 ; h poo^ to i me
dium, $4.25(35.30 ;" stoekers*and feeders. $2.90®
5.15. ' : w: .- ;>. - \u25a0,:-::- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: ••-.:;/ -rs .'.-•'.' ::,-." .- ' :,.:- y-T..:
\u25a0\u25a0: .Hogs-^Receipts. 28,000.- Market weakito shade
Jower. -.v'a Light, : ' $6.30Q6.57% //mixed; - $6.3051
6.52%; ,-heavy/i [email protected]% :'plgs.*[email protected];
good jto "-choice \ hea vy. . $6.35©6.47 % . . . ?.-. •- .
- v: Sheep— Receipts/ i 15.000.iv Market steady."- Na
tives;'- [email protected]; ':\u25a0 western/'^S.eOQS.'S;: lambs
[email protected]; , western/' 56.50<38. 70. ;\u25a0 : ,; i^;-.-,-.;
:'~ "" \u25a0•-/ - x "'} - : v:'->r-, / ".-.-' !,.. \u0084->»'\u25a0>'V 'v," •\u25a0 "*\u25a0: : ,' : :v i>
\u25a0 • -V--'- l,os •• Anjreles Markets /A; . V.s.
):' LOS f ANGELES.'i May • 15.— Trading ' In': produce
lines '. waei fairly i active I this \ morning " and i prices
were "j well -ma intalned.' { : The price 'of 8 flonr I was
advanced' 40 i cents ' aibarrel."*<C This natuzjallyi fol- J
lows •as a ? result ; of i,the r phenomenal J advances lin
wheat. S Sugary also ; has advanced 1201 20 i points/. whl"h
places { the; market for.; this commodity J at ' 5 cents
higher j than : a ': year ago i today.>* All , receipts : were
lighter ;. than * usual.";-- The ', amoilht fof » butter > ir
rivals i whs j only.*-, aboutt' half .• that « of % yestcrdav
Only, 640 1 pounds of . cheese ' came J in, j and * receipts
of {, potatoes g dropped H to A 77 x sacks: ;> No .*" onions
beaut; ;or \ sweet ' potatoes* were:recefved."'£f^ '>',-.' V
. ••« Eggs,"* cheese ';; and i" butter a are ;, steady! 5*5 * 1 Fancy"
poUtoesiVconttnue^nrm.^ Imperial-;, Bermuda^
onions \ were i advanced s 25 1 cents •a j crate • the i of
ficial . quotation ; now : belng ; s2.T-A-~C. \u25a0 , : .-' \u25a0"•" • *\u25a0•;>». «.
b* There 4is } enough *, northern v fislirl but - the lot-ai
klndsare sear'ee.v:^:V^v."' : -;-.-".• -\u25a0-.\u25a0 :/j,,-t \u25a0:,-r.;.-.-
*«Produce.} receipts : f r Eggs,%i 469 '"\u25a0 cases; w butter
14.139/ pounds; ; cheese,- 640 pounds; 1 potatoes,' 77
-Foliowiiig'are Jobbing-prices;- (\u25a0
-": E BSs^-Local ranch/ candied/ 20^c;" local count;
IS 1 jp. •\u25a0\u25a0;'\u25a0-;•.\u25a0:-—•.-;-.-;• .- \u25a0;• : \u0084- \u25a0 .: .-. -.. .- -•' -• ": ; :';. . \
--'Butter— Creamerr'-l' extras; \u25a0 4~¥iZ\ A -' creamery,
firsts, ; 45c; 1 dairy, 20c. -it •..'\u25a0>,; \u0084'. -'\u25a0 :W--:.;-: -.\u25a0;
\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0: Cheese^— Northern/ fresh, r 17c; '* northern, -' stor
age. T, 16c; i; anchor .* large, '' 18c ; : anchor. > Young.
America/:19c; anchor, hand.' 20c^eastern singles,
1 • @19c; 2 eastern E twins,". 19c ; * eastern ? Cheddar-*,"
1«@16%c; eastern I longhorrfs.: 21c;; eastern. "daisy, \u25a0?
20c; Swiss,"-* Imported, 32c; 5 Swiss/ domestic, T 22c;;
'Llmburger; 18c. "\u25a0 '\u25a0''\u25a0-,-, \u25a0>*<" r \u25a0 \u25a0" '- .' -" • i7">-J" s ' ; - '"i,
'\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Potatoes i ( per i ctl )— ldaho,* - $2 ; ' Colorado, ••" $2 ;
.Wisconsln/S $2: rrSrinnesota; > $2; ; Burbanks -4 (new
< stock),ts3.so; 1 sweet potatoes, \u25a0 yellow,'- $5. ":«->-"-*
- Onlons-^-Nevada,/ $3 • per j cratej i Texas I Bermu
das, r >- $1.75^ per .crate:' imperial .s Bermudas,' $2
r<«r « crate ;% sil verskins. V $4 ; ti. garlic/-; 7% @10c :
chills, i evaporated \u25a0* 13^13Hc: '-'. sun \u25a0; dried, -. 13®
13% c; I ground,? 12iAc ; I Mexican;- bulk. 1 12"JA(§!l3c."
; -Beans ; (per ctl>— Piak; No/I;'s3; Llma,;No. 1;'
$4. 75 @3;-. Lady Washington/ No/v 1. . $3: : do/; small ,
white,- No. :i.-:; $3 50- blackeye. $3.50f36: x Gnr
vanzas. '. $5.50@6; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: lentils, v 1 2% @1&e • perl lb. \u25a0\u25a0.. .'. \u25a0;<.
m Poultry-^-Buyingi prices. ' live weight. 8 per ilb—
:Broilers,,i. to. 1% pounds 20c/' l%; to 2V4iPOund3
2£c;i fryers under :: 3.pounds,3 '.pounds, "20c; roasters,"; 3 1 or,
; more s* pounds', ?\u25a0 17c • hens/:. 14c : stags * and * old
roosters, s.7c ; >. turkeys. "heavy, i 17c : \ light :. turkeys
notF.wanted;. ducks ; 6c;' geese/ i 12c: -squabs 'and,
pigeons," $1.50 < to • $1.75 • a dozen: * ""eelling^ prices/
frozen * Vl-pssed eastern ; stock, per: lb— Hens/ lfl@
17c; , yoii^r roosters/- XOiic: ! fryers/. 19c: , broilers/
26n : :• turkeys/ old - toms, \ '21 %c : : young toms, * 23c :
; hens, ,22 ¥ 2 s; geese," 17c; dncks.- 18c. A/; './'.
:*^Hont?y — Comb, water white.'! ' ; lb: frames,*, 16?;
lijztjt-": amber, r; 14o:=comb.> white,- 15©16 c;' ex
tracted." 'water white, 60 lb: cans.'7%(3Se;. ex
tracted, }white,"*'' 60 lb cans/" 7^c; ligbtiamber;
60 Ip cans; 7c. ;v; v .
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
-'; •. Forelsju "Fntures , r ;.» . ;\u25a0>
. v ;: -"Liverpool - '/. \u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0'
.Wliest-^ - \u25a0:\u25a0' May. \u25a0 July. \. Sept.
Opening /... /.'./: . . . \u25a0 Nominal. ; :' 6 11% , 6 7Vi
Closing ............ . .-Nominal. .' 6 11% • ' 6)7%
."-.' : - '•'\u25a0\u25a0.''.' "•".;" % '< \u25a0 paris v- - : " '" :; -" ; : ;
'-'.Wheat— ! ' " - May.' \u25a0 Sept.-D»c.
Opening .:.;... ..... 24 23 ' . .23 45;'
Closing .."\u25a0.......-.\u25a0.......\u25a0.....24 45 23 70
-." Flnur-^- \u25a0 . , - """..-\u25a0 '"•.". " '-'- \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'
Opening .;• ; . . . . . . .-; \l ; . . 31 35 - .- 30 SO
Closing \u25a0 >. .............. : Y. .'\u25a0 31 70 ' 30 15 ;
; \u25a0\u25a0",-\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0; Xorihern Whfnt' Market "
-v " " WASHINGTON
'TACOMA/ May 15.— Wheat; unchanged. . Bloe
stfim; Psc; ; club," 53c: r<?d;Poc. '
"?\u25a0--• --'"'. - :.\.^. OREGON '.",-' .;:\u25a0•\u25a0
* PORTLAND. "May 15. — Wheat — Bluestem, •84
•3S5c; red,' -79@S0c; valley, . 80@31c/ ;* r
liOCA t."' MARKETS
/ :: r Eirhange;"an(l Bullion v - :
Sterling pxrhaftjre/pi^ty d.ny5.....' — <34;R3*i
Sterling excharisre/: 5ight.*.... :...." — (clt4.H(\%
Sterling 'exchange,.- cables.'. :..... — ©4.87,%;
New, Tork exehansre;; sleht. .;/. ... — : 61 . i P«r
New. York exchange, telegraphic. — 'd. \u25a0\u25a0 02%
Silver, ' per :. ounce. .::.". .:.. ..' 65%@ ,— \u25a0 ;
Mexican : dollars. 3 nomlnnl. .'.-/.'...' — @ —-
: , '\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. CONTINENTAL - \u25a0 \u25a0: \u25a0
New .York on Paris 516JV
Xew York -on '.Mexico/. ' 2om J
Paris on .London:.!.'/. .. ...... .1. ....... 25. 14%.
Berlin - on -, London .../............;. . .'.'.".20.45%
,'.-'. AV'lieat': nnd; Other Grains/ ' \
Wheat—C hicago took a' sudden turn : downward
and '• declined : 2%c. -. A \u25a0 broker's wire | from 1 there
eald:;- "Th^ ) trade ; was I not j without ' bull • news
from 'the;; winter wheat country; . Kansas City
messages .-'reported " buying orders ; coming ,- from
Knnsas nnd Missouri: points, "this breaking the
information -ttiat 'wheat' Is frozen,- as tthe -result
of the recent>low temperatures."-- At "some, Kan
sas points Ice formed last night and the mercury
showed \u25a0 very low all over the state.-;' Those* who
have examined S many -wheat \u25a0\u25a0 fields - report'" the
heads ! of : the soft ' wheat injured. ' Foreign; news
regarding \u25a0 southern \u25a0: Russia and Roumanla ' .ire
very bullish. '-\u25a0 The* ; northwest, however,- sold
wheat on the improved prospects lnthat Quarter.
It Is a nervous market,,ln' which buyers should
use caution; except. on a-snarp"break.". SJ -^'- \u25a0\u25a0 - --
; The San ; Francisco < fnture mnrknt j halted In
sympathy with Chicago, ; though I there was no «*e-.
cline." .The cashrgrain continued as firm-asever
and I the recent" advance was ' maintained .without
difficulty, \u25a0-\u25a0 though * business t was light, owing :•: to
the '\u25a0 very \u25a0: small -. offerings < and . the continued . Un- a
willingne^B of. holders to Fell. -..\u25a0'/\u25a0\u25a0'• '-."'"'
;v-. V---V \u25a0-\u25a0'..- CASH WHEAT - '
CaMfcrnla - club. 51.42%@1.50; :do milling.'
[email protected]%; /• California .- white Australian.
$1.52% @1.65;v lower grades of California/-- $1.20
(31.37% ;\u25a0 northern club. [email protected]% ; northern
bluestem. $1.52%@1.62%; northern ; red, $1.45®
1.47%: per. ctl/ r. \u25a0"""..; \u25a0
----- /. -r»rrrTTT?ir*a -
* ruluKbd
10:30. a.- ,m. session. -
. i - n Open. ' r. Hl*rh. : Low."» dosft^'i
May ....... .$1.47% "$1. 47% $1.47% $1.47%
December;/. . 1.55% 1.58%r 1.57 *1.57*
.;- Barley — Is a scarce article in this market now,
and .? f eedv has ;. sold i' up \u25a0 to- $1.27%.".- Buyers , are
looking for. supplies, and holders are not disposed
to sell/ except at top quotations. Receipts con
tinue light. \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 • \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
: ; CASH/BARLEY
.* Good I , to choice "feed, spot? "$1.22%@1.27%;
common .to: fair. ; sl.l7%@l. 2o 'per ctl; \u25a0 brewing
and shipping. <$1.27%@1.30' per ctl; chevalier.
[email protected] , per ? ctl.r.-.---^ - • - -\u25a0;:::.
.- • • \u25a0 -FUTURES
"\u25a0 " •\u25a0 10 i to> 11:30. a. m.' session; . • :.
: May-r-SI.2T- asked. l .'-\u25a0...• - - ; . . """
— $1:30%.^ ,;\u25a0•• : . : >.
'*\u25a0\u25a0- Oats — Continue > firm. _with j all 'conditions « in
favor of sellers. Tliere are no new features <o
report.'.-*.-..-;- -t* JJ <\u25a0\u25a0 *• .-*;-»'\u25a0\u25a0-'• ':..^_: - : ..- ."--",.•'..
\u25a0 • Good ': to . choice red,: $1.60(31.75; -.- common ;to
fair/ $1.500 1.r.5; white: $1.55@L75; black, $1.50.
@2; gray." $1.70 per'ctl./.v^ .\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0.•\u25a0 \u25a0;" \u25a0;.»-. '':\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0*<*'"\u25a0
: :-Com — It -was a great: corn .market throughout*
the 'east yesterday. All • points t reported V a • big
bufiaess, and even -x Wall '"street ':- was- a: heavy'
buyer.'- A" dispatch from Kansas i reported * that
the black, bug was eating up the corn as 'fast as
it , came up. ..The wheat had , its ; green : bug/* and
now corn has its black. bug. - ,\u25a0;"•' :-, ~.,:-u,
; .This . market continues , to • advance, with deal
ers < reporting a great firmness and stocks : practi-':
cally 'cleaned 'up.. ,: <".-, .": 1 s ..-:\u25a0-. .;'
'. j California •:,- small ' round > yellow, >. [email protected];
large yellow/ $1.55@1. 60;: white, nominal; west
ern state sacked yellow/ guaranteed dry,* $1.55@
1.60, 5p0t and [email protected] to arrive; mixed, nom
inal; . white - Egyptian, , $1.27%@1.32% ;
Egyptian,. [email protected].^:.c-o,v.r - , .
< Rye— Nominal at ' [email protected] • per ctl i for Call
fornia and $1.35fS 1.40 for Utah. .. ,
;-" J ".j Flour- and ' Fnrinnceoun Goods ' f
As foreshadowed *. yesterday;- .wheat V and * corn
products have"; been (advanced -In .sympathy 'with
the raw . grain, i. Flour ;: rules " very, strong at 1 tbe
advance of yesterday/ '/-\u25a0-; '—"',' -\- v -t
." Flour-M3allfornla .family; extras, $T>^s.sojnet,l
without discount; ' bakers', \u25a0 extras. \ss<§;-s.2s;.isu
perfine. [email protected]; Oregon and per
bbl.l [email protected] : family • and i [email protected] -. for
cut:bft*.'.->-. ,1-VS- \u25a0<\u25a0.-:'\u25a0-'\u25a0'\u25a0% : \u25a0 : :*?; ( ,?;..-: \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :\u25a0..
" - Farinaceous /'. Goods— Prices ' In -. packages. ' : net
push-, no discount/are as follows: - Graham flour;
$3 .'-per * 100 "ribs; 1 rye : flour,/ $3.40;? rye, meal/;
$3.20; : rice • flour, \u25a0 $7.20; : corn' mea1. , 52.75; \ extira'
cream, do, >' $3.40; ? oat* meal. : $4.10;* oat -r groats,"
$4.30;; hominy, [email protected];i buckwheat flour, $4;
cracked wheat,' $3.50; .farina/ $4.20r whole wheat
flour, $3.20; rolled oats/vbbls," [email protected],v in sacks,
[email protected]; rolled v wheat,**-bbls/ $4.30,v in sacks,
$3.80 ; j pearl barley, j $5.40 ;'\u25a0 split ' peas, boxes, ' $5 ;
green peas,. $5 per; 100 lbs. \u0084 vr
Hay. and \ Feedstuff* .. - ,
''.There were ' heavy l arrivals 7 '; of j 10,014 sks of
bran and 5,063 ,sks of shorts from the north yes
terday, -i: Tlie ', market \u25a0\u25a0 was - v not: affected. v thon^h
some j effect .: may » be '\u25a0 seen i today- • Holders '»con
: tinue firm: and have thus ' far successfully resisted
the attempts of \u25a0 buyers ?to depress ' prices: ;,-. Corn
products; are; still -higher.*' 1 ": n--- : , \u25a0
' - Hay • continues ) in ' light \u25a0 receipt ' and \u25a0 the marketi
still .rulesvinj favor; of "sellers. -.The* circular >cf
Somers Ss Co. says: \u25a0 '•\u25a0'.". '\u25a0'"..'. .','.';._ "..•;*
;". ".We r have a \u25a0 still - further \u25a0 lessening *. in ', hay
1 Rhipmentstn report,', total' arrivals showing. 3, 650'
tons/i In comparison .. with " 4, 160 for j the week pre-"
ceding. B Water arrivals have been the lightest for
a I long I period," the I total ! showing I but 1 360 1 tons.'
The . Southern 1 Pacific I company Is ; famishing < cars
quite freely, at , many | pohits, s although | during I the
last Ifew \u25a0 dars "It '; has I shut I off | shipments | from
one or * two main \u25a0. stations/ LVThey ' have ' been inn
able! to .bring shipments v through | properly, and lat
. the I moment | there s is i! quite " an | accumulation 1 of
cars -- at -, nearby < points r awaiting « delivery j here."
We ( find 1 the ; market; rather * sensitive, : f or, ! > with
heavy .5 arrivals I snch \as | on v Monday, < everything
was ! Weak/i even I the ' choicer • grades .being some
. what \u25a0 neglected: ft. Today/- wltSi -\u25a0 T>ut ' 16 cars , in, I the
situation : was exactly . reversed, and " buyers : were
quite active In ; thet Inquiries. v . :. ;\u25a0 ,\, * ; ; •--.\u25a0 .-\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0
;.y i'Nothing new has developed as to the outlook. :
nnr. run nnvtMnsr be (Tefprtn'npd lin« I'ntil
the ' end of May/f by" which } time ' we \u25a0 may reasoa-'
t bly I expect that - ail ' danger, from " rain < have
passed. - It Is undoubtedly ;true ', that > most : of. , 3ar
re«ilar ,hay. sections .will; have : aVveryj llght^crop/
but; we -think that ? this iwill.'bat more- than 1 over
balanced by : the * large =\u25a0 quantities 'of ' hay i cu t v in"'
all; the regular grain districts.":* To help. us' along;
we have a large carryover | stock," the | a mount just .
compiled showing 1 42,000 '. tons | in: warehonses ;trib-"
ntary Jto \u25a0 San ; Francisco/f in " with ? 23,"
000 tons last • year.%^" \u25a0*\u25a0 -••' .-'\u25a0' >- "- ' • • IJ - -"^-\u25a0>:3 ri^-. *i
,!*\u25a0" Although"; on:-, exceptional :' days'.-, with * light 1
stocks • some 1 cars • sell i at ' beyond j quotations/ yet
pricescontinuepractically^as they.have been.'"'.-':
.-.,;Bran^[email protected] i vton."i -.;..- ". '. ; •\u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0-'.
-"\u25a0' Mi(ldHngs-^s27(g;3o'per",ton/- \u25a0.., .;
\u25a0i Shorts— s2o.so@2l:so ; per 1 ton. j, -."• . -,- . ; '-- -. . j
j < Feedstuffs— Rolled I barley. $27@25 ; mixed I feed,!
$21@24; oilcake ineal/: nominal: cocoanut cake orj
meal at mllls,is26 In 10 and $26.50 In s,ton, ton lots;!
Jobbing.; $27 ; 1 - corn" 1 . meal,"-T s32 ;s cracked -i corn/
$33 ; 4 broom V corn:- \u25a0" feed/5% JK)c@?l*s per « ctl; •" al-'
falfa* meal,*', carload ilots/*' $20.50 ; i joyblniJSt $21.50
per : ton ; I mealfalfa,"- $20.50; rjobbing.l $21.50.^ \u25a0•i&4
"T; Hay— Choice -v wheat. * $22 ©24 ,i per .'.- ton : : . good
wheat, i $18@21; :" other :> grades J wheat/-; $15@17; ! ,
wheat : and oat."' sl6(o)2o; ;tame ' oat,; sl4(?J2o; \u25a0 wild.
oat.7 $3(&14; I alfalfa:' $8J»0(g!l2; ; stock,*' $8@13 : per
ton.;.-/ . r %-\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0-;\u25a0.\u25a0•;• i.^Cr""-.-"'""..'-'-'-" .:'"' '/':' :.'.: .'." x '.'-- ''--~'' "--'-• -i^
.. Straw— sp@Bscj per .bale.-W" . ""\u25a0;; • :, U'yT:-«'-Y : ]-
••\u25a0•\u25a0: : '- \u0084-i ; ...";A 'Beans", and Seeds
" -It .was - reported ton t'change? yesterday j; that,**.
owing • to '. an - advance » In 5 large I white ? beans i" In
\u25a0 Michigan,-; local "f holders \ are ' not * selling I this ? de-;
I scription s at ' current' prices. TA The' other j ktads : are 1
quoted : firm I and I the "< market 1 continues? to j ruleMn"
f aVor . of; sellers. W3&&%83&&&*& ' :: * i *- : :*H&
W Beans S <per; ctl)— Bayos.T $2.80@3 ; f pea, ' $3.25®
3.50; small I white/i $2.85@3 ; I large I white, i $2.40®
2.60: oplnk.^ [email protected]; is red,"i $3.25^3.50; ? limas,
[email protected]: ,1 red I kidneys,*? $3.50@3.«75 : ? blackeyeg/,
$4 .75 @5 ; '\u25a0'i butter ,'-» $4. 50 @ 5 ; '*'- horse J> beans,".;, $2 @
2.25;, cranberry ibeans/f $3. 75@4.'*/-*:i;'*--C' 5--',^*'.'
:«-" Seeds— Brown l mustard,-' 3@3*ic;#" yellows mus
• tard.t nominal ; S flaxseed.'s 3VJ @3 % c ." * canary ,V4 @ -.
.4%c;!alfalfani4^j'^lsc;:rape/;l@3%c:»-tlmothy-,
nominal ; 5 hemp/S sc ; S millet,"* 3%c ; per,: lb ; i broom ;
corn ~, see<i;\ $18@20"; per, 'ton Xnv -/;.,'', :\u25a0:,- 1- ~i :.- .•';.-.". '\u25a0
\u25a0 Dried i Peas— NUes, ( nominal ; j green ' peas, ' $2.50
(a 2.75 per ctl. - -
"M^^mmß^^T^^^^^^^t^ \u25a0\u25a0-\u0084:\u25a0 '-
\u25a0 ii Potatoea, 4 Onfo*M | and^Vesetableii
'The"; few^dealers ' who^ control ; the bulk; of rh« .
available .': supply 10t ... table ; potatoes * advanced
their 1 asking . prices | for I Oregon I and I eastern j Bur^
banks yesterday,"? the I best | lots lof • the | former ; be
ing quoted jat $2.35 1 a '\u25a0 cental.' wftlle eastern goods
were . firm ly." held 3 at 7 [email protected]. ;.' Buy#as .In the
east I has ! ceased i and I several | large : orders, ; which
had ' previously .: been placed: I were • countermanded
ow!ng'tothe:lact-of storage" space here." and , the
* overcrowded 1 condition of.: the •\u25a0 market.'? The :mar
kfit.s ia ; a^, speculative ; proposition, 1 ! with ' all •of \u25a0\u25a0 the
recent S heavy," arrivals , concentrated . in the ' bands
of ."= a " few 1 dealers," who * are f very;, firm ~1 in X tbelr.
views 1 ancT, in ; a j position s to > hold « prices ; up.'-: The
"5" 5 market I : is. in \u25a0\u25a0' fair/ shape ; atithe '\u25a0 moment,
with Oregon'; yellows'- limited; -'.but
there is no disposition \u25a0to advance . nrices. • as ; ne-.v.
: reds .fa re 'Commencfngito s arrive 1 freely from' the
river, and dealers -think- that -the' market "is likely
to S take sa« downward iturn '*at * "enyii tlme.\'Aas
trallnn \u25a0 yellow are I lower at ; $3.50@4*; a-.eental.v ;-rr
v.The ' first /green £ corn * of ; the » season - appeared
yesterdjy^; from 3 the tCoachella^valley, v Oue : sack
of; choice »stock "came'ln and sales.' were reported
at * $1.50 3 a ; dozen.". 1 The r market *ibrj other; vege
tables, was liberally^ supplied and generally weak,
with \u25a0: lower > prices ruling j for peas, v new \ potato^,
asparagus j, nnd;.- string .. beans. * Summer ; squasb.
toma toes ;, and - garden truck : remained steady \u25a0 un
dertllght-arrivals.": % .;/ -1 ', ." • ' ' „
}". Potatoes '-(per "ctl)— River '-, -whites, $l.ta@2:
<>ceKfin'Burbanks,[email protected] for sood^to choice
nnd [email protected] ', for J fancy: i eastern i Burbanks, $1 .CO
@3.Ss:snewipotatoes, 2(Si3%c:per.lb.- \u25a0
-'\u25a0\u25a0Onions — Yellow, 'f 52(^2.50 -per'-ctl: -new red,
[email protected] •. per *- ctl : ; Bormuda, ; $1.75<52.25 , ppr
crate:. Anstralian,"s3.Co@4 per. ctl.".; ' - '-
>;> Vegetables-^Asparatrus. 3 s<g9c per \u25a0: lb ; for gen
ers 1 1 offerings I and 1 10® 101£ c; for ; extra : | rhuba--b.
[email protected]" per box; 1 green peas. 3@3Hc 'perlh;
tomdtoes. v; Mexican. : ; [email protected] per crate; .; string
beans.'; 6(§9csper ; lb; wax : beans,' 6(g9c per lb:'
summer > so.uaKh.f [email protected] A for.- small and '$3
for 1 large . crates; v peppers? • 25@30c :• oer.
lb ; /cucumbers.*; hothouse,* ?I@2 per, dozen ; south- ,
em.i $2.so .per box; ; garlic, [email protected] lb: .cab
bage; . $1.50.@2 . per > ctl ; \ cauliflower,* 63@75c per
dozen; ; carrots,"- $I'per'sack:*1 'per 'sack:* turnips, . $1^1.50
per sack: '.;... \u25a0: ' . Z-.-:\ \u25a0 .' :' ;\u25a0\u25a0 ' .'. '- *\u0084'\u25a0' v
'\u25a0". Poultry ; nnd ;Game
-'. The 1 poultry i market' continued \u25a0 dull. \u25a0 and , weak
prices \u25a0 ruled • f ori everything ;- in j 1 the \u25a0 chicken , line
except fine, :large,t young stock,' which. was scarce
and xin < demand. m;. Hens , were -the most • plentiful
and ' weakest description/ and." although some ex
tra .' heavy.: offerings \u25a0 brought stiff, prices, the gen-.
«ral;ran of supplies' sold slowly; and buyerswerc
able s to " 6ecnre j round \u25a0' concessions ; on ;. large ' pur-,
chases." -The •: already s heavy supply .of:. of :. western
jhens , was i increased : by ' another., carload \u25a0 and Ihe
stock :; moved ' off •" very/, slowly at * the, previous
prlcps : [email protected]'a dozen.;.— "--»-.(\u25a0• '- -• '
-'Poultry: (per dozen!—^Hens," $6@R for large and
$5(515.50 for Bmnll:- old 1 roosters, $4Q4.50: yonng
roosters.'"^s7.so@lo:"V fryers/- -.S7OS;"' brollfrs,
$5@« • for "' large • and $3@4;- for , small ; " pigeons.
$I.2s: ; squabs, [email protected]:' ducks. $7@« ,for:youn2
and \u25a0 $C(gC for >. o!d : goslings, • [email protected] per pair;
gefKe. [email protected]> per pair.-- . :•• . \u25a0\u25a0:.-\u25a0
r Gnmt*— Hare:«« [email protected] ; for large and $1.50
@ 1.75 'f0r young: cottontsA rabbits, $2.50@3 for
largo and $1.25©1.50 tor. young. . . \u25a0';•\u25a0 '
~ - - ' . . - . 1 . . \u25a0 \u25a0»\u25a0.
_.'";.\u25a0;.' Biitfor, Cbeeso' nnd Egg* _;;
•"-General conditions An.', the (market for eggs/and
dairy; produce stood ' exactly • the: same, as stated
in the 'last report, -and | there was -no I variation
whatever ;\u25a0• in % the -' official . exchange quotations.'
Butter continued duH^in-the regular local trade,
but there were I some : packing | orders being filled,
which? helped; the. market: out. •'and'.nearly all re
ceivers T were \u25a0. still - storing ,. their * surplus. >; Eggs,
like butter. \u25a0 were in rather Jlmited - demand, hit.
the r recently ; advanced quotation for } extras .was
maintained nevertheless. -while 'cl."."!!* p'<h:U . «-ts
In s. abundance ' and - weak ; at - unsustalned rates.
Cheese iwas firm, -.with receipts being cared for
resdily at the old quotations. >-'.- '\u25a0\u25a0';' '\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0' " ~ '•
?| Business on the exchange was as follows: ;
Butter— 3o cubes of extras at 22% c, 40 cases
do nt and 10 at 229ic. * ;
\u25a0; ".> Eggß-^-22c bid for;extras,, with no sales.' \u25a0 '
.! Cheese — ll''-c bid for new .'fancy flats.;?, '\u25a0.
1 Receipts % were -' 63.400 * lbs butter, \u25a0- 22,000 :bs
cheese and 1,797^ cases eggs. • - , \u25a0 . -
-. The •• following are : the • official I quotations as
established t- by -, sales,': bids;, and offers on. the
floor of , the -dairy exchange:, , --- \u25a0";\u25a0'\u25a0/\u25a0
\u25a0 Butter— Fresh creamery, extras, 22 We per lb,
firm;; do.-flrsts/ 21 %c,.. firm ; J seconds, 21 c,. firm;
packing stock, :2oc, steady. -.-\u25a0.". - • \u25a0 --\u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0
j Cheese — Fancy. ! California , new I fiats,'- HUc ' per
lb.' firm: firsts, ,11c* firm;, new Young Americas,
fancy.' l4%c. firm: firsts, 14c, firm; eastern »tor
age,-. fancy, :18C -firm. ';-;'. • . . - : : "\u25a0
, Eggs — California, \u25a0' fresh "extras/. 23c." per dos,
firm: firsts,. 20c. 'firm; .seconds, lo^c, weak;
thirds, 15c,: weak. ; . ,".
.. Declduona > a »d : Cltras ; Fruits,., ; •i;
\u25a0 ; The freight train : with supplies" of berries was
late;agaln, yesterday and; the "market remained
very..weak4ri consequence, with tbe;outside.quo
tations obtained only in a small way. for the best
of. the ' early : express ; arrivals, j . A' good portion of
the' belated arrivals, as well -as carried over lots
of. the ( large -.variety. \u25a0 went Ito peddlers at $5 a
chest'and.the canners secured some at the same
figures.":-; Loganberries were ! offering in small lots
and I brought ( fair,; prices/ 1 while j blackberries jof
the-Primer ;variety.,were" hards to sell.-; Therd
was a heavy .increase^ in the; receipts of* cherries
and ! prices • for ' all ; varieties : were . Tower. : - the de
cline 1 In - the : .' white and ]• red , varieties being par
ticularly sharp." .The first currants of the season
appeared 'from j San I Leandro. :; Two small ; crates
came in and found buyers at $2.50 each. *.\u25a0>\u25a0'},\u25a0 .-.-:
.'- In^the citrus t department » oranges- ruledr'flrm
with/ stocks s closely, cleaned np and desirable,
sizes of navels and ' seedlings ; made a slight ad
vance. s ; Valencias • were ; offering 3 and : quoted ( at
$4(SJ4.so?a^box.i;> Lemons -. continued - weak,*- with
high : priced . lots dragging : badly and . sales above
$4 a box. were rare. .-•-.*..-\u25a0 s-- •• .-4 r :'; \u25a0, . r
; \ Berries-^-Strawberrles, '\u0084 $B@lo> per. chest , for
Longworths-and^SlgS for; the; large- varietiss;
raspberries," ?1.50@2 per -drawer; blackberries,
$7@B ! per " chest-; and i [email protected] per - crate; logan
berries.-. $12@15- per -chest. . ' •. * 3
; •\u25a0* Apples— sl. so(3(2 per box.' ... .
i Cherries ("per drawer)— Blacks. $1.50@2; other
varieties,* 85c@$1.10; loose. S@ 13c per lb.
\u25a0'rCitrus Fruits — Per box": -Navel oranges, $2.25<fj
3.50 for fancy,' [email protected] for choice and $1.25@2
for standards; seedlings/ [email protected]; • tangerines,
[email protected]; ; lemons.- [email protected] forifancy. [email protected] for
choice : and~- $1.25<g2 ,; for ..' standard ; ' grapefruit "
[email protected] J for : seedless ; and $1.50@2 1 for com
mon; limes, 's4@G." -----x; %z\ ,'.»• i ."-.-.,
Fruits — Bananas/ [email protected] per bunch
for Hawaiian and [email protected] for Central American;
pineapples -, nominal.-' ; , - v . 'S ». ' -.
-> Dried - Frnit« f Ralalns, : "Vu tn, ] Honey ,"
'\u25a0';\u25a0 Fruits, -i 190b- "crop— Apricots, "16@2bc" per lb:
evaporated .- apples, spot, . 6%@Bc;.- peaches, 10
@13c;. pears. 7' / 4@l2^c;' prunes, 4. size •basis,
3c: -i larger sire."" 4@r»e. - \u25a0*\u25a0 . . r ." . -\u25a0- "«.
i \u25a0 Raislns-^-Seeded, B^4 @lo^4c: loose muscateJs.'Sc,
B%c and 894 c for. 2.- 3 and 4 crown. 1 respectively;
seedless 1 sultanas.' 7%@7^£c; -Thompson's seed
less,"-7Yi ®~%c.: for 3 unbleached ;; London 'layers,
nominal; 1 clusters," nominal.",--, v"^ - 1 . . >'
'•/ Nuts— Almonds, nonpariels. 17%@18c; 1 X L.
16>4@lSc;.ne -plus: ultra, :-16@18c; Drakes, 13%
@14c;"Languedoes,tl3%@14c; hardshell. 9@loc.
Walnuts, Jobbing -- prices — Softshell, ;- 15@16c for
No. . 1 r and \u25a0 12@13c for No. \u25a02; Italian \u25a0 chestnuts,
s®?c,per lb.'.-jt"?- ::,-, -' \u25a0"'' .-\u25a0 £- '-":\ \u25a0 ; . ...
""-. Honey—New :» water, white Jtomb, 17c i asked :
new"extracted.-7%c asked; ola amber comb, 12@
15c;' dark;* 9@ lie; extracted/i water, white, \u25a0noml
nal;idark,*6@6%c; candled,- 6c per lb. -. . '
\u25a0'"V* f:J', ; '-.-^ : '..;-'; : ''provl»losi' ' " • - '
* Cured \u25a0 Meats-^- Bacon, ! ';is%c per lb' for, heavy,
15% c" for light i medium,* 16%c v for ,' light, 17®
17^c t for - extras light '. and '" 20@21c > for t sugar
cured: *' dry • : salted '•« sldes,"-^ 14c ; > bellies, ,:-, 14% @
15e;: eastern sugar cured hams, v'l7@l7iic; Cali
fornia 'hams,,' 16Vic; \u25a0"mess.!, Beef, .-. $9. per -: bbl;
extra "\u25a0*\u25a0 mess, • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0; $9.50 ;\u25a0 1 family, v * $10; prime , mess
pork,-'s24;<cxtra'clear,:s27:'meßs,is23; pig pork,
$28; pigs'. feot,"i;ss; 'smoked beef,' 14c; per; lb. ;\u25a0\u25a0:
;,;v, Lard— Tierces % quoted s at ' o%c -. for \u25a0 California
compound,' 9%c" for. : eastern* compound. t and* 12c
for > pure; < half barrels." pure.' ; 12 £ic : 50 lb tins,
12iJc:'ilO lb^tins, 12%c;-5-lbitins, \u25a0•12T6e:» 3
lb - tins. --.13C.V-.;. •\u25a0..?- ::.\u25a0-• •.-:•.- • . I
«;Cottolene-^-One : half barrel.' 1051c; i three naif
barrels; \u25a0; 10% c; 5 one ' t ierce, : • 10% c ;- two tierces;
10% c;' five . tierces,- lOVic. " . V \u25a0 y> .
i y£ * Hide«,*^T«lioVvi ,;Wool and , Hops
:'t Hides— Culls fand \u25a0 brands "sell- about -.%@lc-un-"
der ; quotations." ,? Heavy/, salted ;\u25a0 steers;, lie; ; mts-^
dluni. 10o:> light.* 10c: cow hl.Jps, 10c for heavy . *
10c -for light:' stags,"; 8c; 5 salted kip,' loc; j salted
veal, « l4c ;\u25a0•" s*Ued » calf ,-"; 14 & c; ? dry « hides/ ; 21c ;
dryj klp^-'VISc ; ? dry I calf/; 24c ; | sheepskins. | shear
lings, ,; 20@50c R each ; \ short ;wooV" 50@90c | each ;
medium/- [email protected] ; '> long 5 wool,;, $1. 50(82 ; . horse
hides, 1 salt,* [email protected] ." for i large I and , $2. »o@3 - for
medium ; boreetndes, : .... dry, $2@3 \u25a0 for large * ami
$1 . 25@2 \u25a0 for.; medium; \u25a0\u25a0 50c<§. 51. 25 5 for \ small • and •
25@50c; for colts ; \ deerskins;* dry t Mexican, <\u25a0 40.®
41c ; dry; salted Mexican/ 85@37%c; ; dry. Central
American,- ? 40@41c; X goatskins, "> prime : angoras,
75c; i extra I large s d<v s $1.60; 1 large, -<°SOc; i medium,
35c; 1 small/ 25c. "V .Xu *.---''\u25a0 \u25a0' .- - "••\u25a0
i"; Tallow— No/i 1 rendered, - s@sKc; ' No. 2.' 4@
\u25a04Ue;sgrease,'j2@3%c.>l.-.-"'->-:v : - . • ". •:
*v Wool— Spring \u25a0 clip: c = Northern '.bright, ; 19<323c;
Mendocino. ,22(3240 ; San *," Joaquin, a 15@17c ' for,
free . and 1 13@14c ". forv> defective, -r Fall j dip: :\u25a0 San
Joaqufor; and -- southern; v ;6@Bc;-^ fall -lambs, v.7@
lOcjTHumboldtJandiMendocino.'. 13®14c; -middle
county,"*' B@loc;i? northern ..free, -tll@l2^c; Ne-
Tada,"ls@l6c;per ;lb ' f or > spring.:, .' -v ; - -.« ;-':,'.. \u25a0\u25a0 '
>*,Hops-r-Choice,;«lo@llc; <-\u25a0 prime. 9c; " common,
5(3;8c »per > lb. '*. Contracts for . 1907^ crop^t lOQlle
per !lb. •:>•\u25a0'..-;- '".•.\u25a0;\u25a0;".' \u25a0;'.,;'-.\u25a0", ;..- : ' r . : '.".'"-;'-'-":" ';\u25a0 .'- "" V :
-.•ij'v';': ..'.' \u25a0\u25a0^Meat^MarkeT r *,'. ,' / '\. '..,..' ;•
?S Quotations continue' unchanged, ; with condlt locs
as previously, stated: \u25a0.:-.'•:- -*^' \u25a0 ' ' \u25a0. •\u25a0\u25a0
.•,•\u25a0..;,:\u25a0.\u25a0(...,../ \u0084.DRESSED-MEA,TS: . . - /.>.*-vvVvf
'\u25a0n , Slaughterers^ rates ; to , dealers • are as < follows :
\u25a0-\u0084;• BeeY, >7@Bcf. per.. lb , for; steers and \u25a0' C@7c ' for.
cows. \u25a0-"•_;" \u25a0;\u25a0>.'"';..-'\u25a0.;\u25a0\u25a0'. •\u25a0 \u25a0'•: r~i<\.]' >• \u25a0'-.!.'\u25a0 \u0084": - .-;.. i: :'- "•\u25a0
.-*, Veal^— 7Va<&B^c.for.'large and B@9c"for. small.
iiMutton— lo@llc ' for ; wethers, :'-B^@loUc: for
ewes.'ivr^-ij--^'"/-..'."^-.-.-:--. \u25a0-..' .-v'-;'. '-;\u25a0\u25a0'-.:.- r . ••\u25a0• \u0084\u25a0\u25a0 *-\u0084;•
r«-Lambr*-Spring."l2i4cper lb. ,-. /
;.vDressedHogs^-ll^i@i2Wc perdb. %, :.
r v^ 1"-f1 "-f "\u25a0>/,; LIVESTOCK) MARKET ,. ; . .
<Hi,Tl)e ] following I* quotations * are i for [ : good, i sound
livestock,"!' delivered sln 1 San & Francisco, \u2666 less 50
per: cent ; shrinkage i for '. cattle: i.r>.'- *> SIrP MHwH
.-.* CattleifSteers, s No. S l.l 9c; y second quality,- 9@
S^c;? third quality .\7@Sc;- cows and heifers. 7®
J v. t or M No/S XT* second ? quality *6% <?7c/«, third
quail ty,'s%®*3c;-j bulls and. stags.", 3@4^c. ; -'-;;
k4 Calves— s@s%c;:per>lb|for.'ilight.j4H@sclfor
medium { and £ 4@4%c i for. . heavy j (gross t weight).
itt Sheep-^Wethers/* 6<g!6%c !\u25a0 per ! lb; 5 ewes," 5% @
6c :* (gross) weight) .":-•".-• \u25a0-\u25a0'-. -y-.i .•':.//\u25a0;, >- ; .--- :".':?^ f.
i'::Lambs-: -Spring,-!6%@7c.' :\u25a0,,\u25a0-. ,' - / \u0084
"-•".' Hogs— loo to 200.1b5/t7%@7sic;per lb*f:2oo'to
250 j lbs?!7@7%c ; j boars iSO i per> cent.l stags : So@ :
40-iper i cent>and.ißowß|lo(g!2oi per \u25a0 cent * off - frjm
above' quotations.'./ '; ;'• _;- ; f.\u25a0 ;, r '.-' - .
\u25a0 : General* Merchandise*.
i«i Bags— San *i7?ic; ? grain- bags,-; June
'July.-:S?6c::wooliibags.V42V6<a47^c.v' . . ',
&* Coal-2- Wellington.* $12 1 per tton ; | New
ton.'? Sl2; 11 Beaver, hlll.t $10; i Coos ; bay, ;- $10; 5 Rlch
mond.'t $12 ; I Cumberland.*-; $14 in . bulk and I $16.25'
in ) sacks ; A Welsh ' anthracite. { $ 15 ; • coke. , $16 « per
ton ?In ? bulk f and f $18 • In ! sacks ; i Rocky 1 mountain,
vomlnal;wis^?mgg?&p^**&ii&&mi*~:'<rs •: J" •\u25a0 .. ' ?. \u25a0
;\u25a0?,• oil— Quotations ; are ; for ; barrels. -'. Linseed, 54c
per gaUon for boiled and 52c for raw. cases
more; 'castor oU," in cases.' No. 'ir ' 3 «i,,Si"™ rl
AA; cases. ; sl.2.«Ql.3o: lncol.' soc : f^bo"!? an<!
4«c* for : «w; \u25a0 China . nut." cases. Ss@9oc r,per .- g alj
Ion ; 5 cocoanut -oil lin barrels. - s&c for Cey lon awl
55c for.' Australian ; extra '.bleached ,'«^? ter n *?flri
oilr 65c: - natural i winter; sperm i oil. • e^p\ ( n.n .V v iu l .
whale • oil. < 55c; . extra -winter j strained • lard oU.
S3c;No- l'lard oil. 69c; pure>neatsfoot on. »oc.
No. 1 neatsfoot'oll.> 57% c:; herring oil. - 40c. \u25a0^ai
mon oil. 35c: boiled fish oil, -35c: paint <>»•*«•.
-V Coal, OH. Gasoline., etc.— Water white coa^ oil.
from 1 tank i •wagons. lO'gllc: . special do. , 1-JS«»'
pearl 4 oil; in v cases. , 17c: * astral, 1 .c; : *tar . J£'
extra : star, ; 20c:- Elaine. 26c: 'eocene. 19c.. 5.0ve
gasoline., in. bQlk;i7%c. in cases 24c ;.>«\u25a0; -*\u25a0"„
cine distillate. « lron ; barrels . or drums. . Be. • > o. -
do 6i4c.fcasee 6%c more:benzine.in bnlk^i^c.
In cases 19c r?S6 1 degree gasoline, in' bulK .sue. 10
cases ' 36c. •*'"', • "^ * : » <^>ii.W
.: Turpentine-^S9ci per.; gallon* ln cases ana s-»c
in l drnms and iron. barrelSv \u25a0-'- ' r _ „_- D '.«-'in
\u25a0-.vßosin-(per,2So lbs gross)— F, 5»-25; H. $7.4 u.
lb; white ]cad.">*^<^c. aroordinrtn miantity.
i Sugar— The "Western .'. sugar reflnins 'cwnpanx
quotes aa follows.^ terms Vt cash: Cubes A.
crushe*!,- 5.60c: powdered. 5.45 c; candy -\u25a0granulat
ed. 5.43 c ;" fruit do. 5.40 c; fine or coarse crsna
lated. 5.33 c: beet granulated (100 bags- only >.
5.25 c: confectioners', A. 5.33 c: magnolia A;4.ojc;
extra C. 4 .RSc:.' golden C. 4.75 c: D." 4.63c :^H: and
X - crystal . domlnos; 8.73 c: tablets, half • bbTs.
5.85c: boxes.. o.loc per lb. Barrels and 50 lb
bogs 100. half bbls 25c and boxes 50c more per
100 lbs for " all ; grades. - No order taken for less
than \u25a073 barrels • or » its . equivalent.
Receipts of Pro<lnce
FOR 'WEDNESDAY, MAY 15
Flour, qr sks/.;*.l3.oSU*tVool. bales ..... 334
Wheat, ctls //.. rrOiU-ather,. rolls ... 22G
Barley, ctls ;./.- 2.9401 Hides, No ..'.... 1.437
Oats. ctls«...i.. lFs77iPelts.l F s77iPelts. bdls .1.210
Tallow, ctls .... 45!rjme. bbls •»«>
Puirar,* ctls . ;. 4,100 Rrandy; gals .... 4.600
Bran, sks .V. ' .; . 35! Wine, gals ,". ; . . . .56.300
Middlings, sks •.. 03! Lumber. < M ft.... 350
Potatoes, sks-,... 710|Oranges. bxs .-.*.. 1.000
Onions, sfcs ...... ~«2i Livestock, head... 200
Hay. "tons -.....- 2t>2 Quicksilver, : flasks 40
Flour, qr sks.... 4.41-l'Bran. sks' 5,513
Wheat, ctls .... 2.o2s!Shprts, iki ..... 3,063
Oats, ctls .. 8701
.; WASHINGTON
Flour.' qr- sks. T..' B.9oS!nraa. sks 4.501
V/iieat. ct15: .... -I.Bl4; Shorts, sks' 2,000
THE STOCK MARKET
Bonds Slow . on Sale— Southern Nevada
. Stocks- Still ; Declining -
. Difficulty . In - selling bonds continues the ; fea
ture in local securities, according to .the brokers
on -the stock and bond, exchange. :., They say
that there Is a desire among numerous mod
erate \u25a0 holders to realize, but buyers -*tre few.
Stocks are also dull on this exchange.' and the
market. Is thus tame all around. Associated
Oil » was V weaker yesterday at $36. and * lower
quotations were made for Alaska packers, wlta
out - sales. < California fruit canners was ex
dividend of 6*V under the rule.
The,- Comstock; mining shares continued quiet
and without feature, at about the quotations of
the preceding. day., •*'-.- -• - .'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' --
: The X decline "In . ' the southern Neradas ' con
tinued . unchecked, -with business quiet. : Atlanta,
Diamondfield .Triangle and .Red Hills being the
oaly stocks to show any particular activity. The
decline in .some of the favorites was sharp,
notably : Goldfield " Consolidated. Florence. Com
bination Fraction and Jumbo Extension. Brokers
report a \u25a0 general desire to realize on these
southern Nevadas. ' which leads to selling pres
sure and depresses the market. -
, Oil stocks ex dividend' yesterday were, Clare*
, mon t lc and Caribou s 10c/- -
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
V WEDNESDAY, May 15—10:30 a. m.
UNITED STATES BONDS,
. , : Bid. Ask. • Bid. Ask.
4a qr.coup. ; —• "—" — 4» qr cp new.l 29 —
4s qr reg... — — 3* qr coup... — «—« —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS "
Ala AW ss. — .— JOak Tran.ssllol 102%
Asso Oil ,55." — - 87, { Do Con ss. —
Kay:CPC ss. — * 100 \u25a0 Ok Trac C ss. 100 101%
CalC G'ss. — 104- O W. gtd ss. — 08
Cal G& Eg Oceanic S. ss. 35 55
m & ct 5s — , 82% Om Cable 65.112 IIS .
Cal-st C 53.100 .- — Pac G Im 4a. — 92%
Cal-Wlne ss. — 88%|P. E-Ry 55.. — 104%
i C C Wat ss. — 103% I Pac L&P ss.— 100%
I Do" g mgsa — 98 ; Pae T&T ss. — 103
\u25a0rEd; L&P Cs. ."— 120 PA C H Cs.lOO 103%
F& C H 55.104 : — P & O R 6s. — 112%
I Geary-st-55..- 55 — Pcwell-st «s.. — ,107%
H C & S ss. 99 :{— Sac EG&RSs. — 100%
Hon R T 65.105% — SF. & SJVSs. — 114-
L Tahoe R5s — — SF.O & SJ5s. — 109 *
L-'A-.Elec- Rs.loo -'-—\u25a0\u25a0' Do 2d mgss — 101
LAG. & Elos 99% — . SJ4 SCR 4%s — 91-
L A ; Ryss//— 114 Sierra R 65..— - 112
LAL gtd ss. — 105". SPof A .6a ~
LAPllcm 55..— "107% (1909) .....103% —
LAP Cal ss. 101 — ' (1910) ... .104 —
Mkt-st.C 6s. — I 111% S T of C 6s "
".Do lem :ss. — 107 (1912)- .... 107% —
MVA^MtT5sllOO< — 4' SPC'I eg ss. 115 117%
NR of:C-ss. — 115 ISPB R 65.123 130
N PCiR ss. — / 103 iSPRR.Ist Hs 92 92%
N;CRy'ss..'— — ' ISV ,W g mg4s 87% —
N C PC ss. 100 101 -ilStkn GAE 65.100 . —
\u25a0N; EI Co ss. —"- 97%!LVG ; & B ss. — 101%
O GL&H'5s/— -lVt-AVR of SF.4s. — 74
Oak lran 6s/;— 116 I Val, Co P ss. — " 100%
i'.-^WATER" STOCKS
Contra Costa 60% "62- IS V Wat Co. 20^ 21
Marln Co .."— -62 |
'-!-.! , ;-- GAS AND EXECTRIC
Msrtel Powr "— — ' jPae V C 0.." .. — ' SO
Mnt E L ctfs 4% — jstkn G&.E. 52 —
Do^ex ctfs 12% 13^1
" INSURANCE.
Fireman's "Fund '..'... ".'... 1"... — —
BANK STOCKS , " • ".
Am ' Ntl - Bk! 130 — I Lon. P * A .381. * 13S
Anglo-Cal ;v— 84 Mer Trnst ..212%230
Bank' of 'CaL345 — Mcrch Ex :. 65 —
Cal Safe Dp. — 128 S F National. — —
First Natnl.. — 310
SAVINGS BANKS
<?er S & L. — 3200" ISav A I. So.. 120
HumSßk:2loo . SecSav Bk.. — "" 370
Mutual .Say./ — — [Union T.C0..2600 3250
S, F Say U. — «30' |> ' .
STREET RAILROADS
Calif ornra . . — 140 iPresldlo .....— 25 " ?
Geary ......— . 42%| \u25a0 -'
\u25a0• POWDER
Giant Consolidated Co :...... — . 80
\u25a0 \u25a0,"/'. 'SUGAR
Hawaiian '- C• : Sl% " — I Onomea S C. 33% • —
Honokaa"S : C 10V*-lO%!Paauhao SC. 15% 15"!5»
Hutch S PC 15%:i6 lUnlon S Co.. 44»i 43 -
Kilauea S'C. 1 . 2%U Do pool ..'.44*4 45
Makawell %C. — 30 |
' . ..' MISCELL^ANEOUS :
Alaska PA. >3S»4 ; 39Vt!OceanleS 5s. — —
AssoOll'Co. 3X«4"36%!Pac Aux P A." 1% — '
Cal -• F ' 0« A. 103%104%i Pac . C 80rax.152% —
Cal Wine^ A. — . . 85 -. iPac T&T pfd. — —
MV& , MtTm." — 110 ;. I -;Do com . .. — —
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 sales ;•' : : "\u25a0\u25a0
Morning Session > \u25a0
\u25a0"-:."-., . ••'Board — . • " . \u25a0 -
10 Associated -OH ..'.. Sfl.OO
50 Honokaa : Sugar : Co •/.....;..... .10,50 •
"100 Paauhau. S P Co.. . ... 1.V57%.
i,i .10 Spring jValley' Water C 0 .:../... 20.57%
$8,000 Cal Gas A EIG M A C T,5i... SO.o«"» '\u25a0\u25a0
$1,000 Oakland Transit ; 55.::... \u25a0.101.50
: $3,000 Spring' Val 'Wat -gen mtge'4s,". S7.W> \u25a0
; $5,00O v Unlted;R'R 9f S F:4«. ......; 74.00 -
_. • Afternoon Sesslow J \u25a0.; ,v
Board — ".\u25a0-*.\u25a0') \u25a0- .' '\u25a0"- ' -
15' Associated 0i1 ... ... ...... . . . . . 36,00
'5 Cal Fruit Camjers* A55n........ 104. 00 ,
BiSSjBU', - - Street— >'9*^tt«BiS*SMsrt-nMfiliS9B!!B! l Sra
$3.ono ; CarGas & EIG M & CT 55.. RO.OO
$3,000 S PK RUtrefdg 45.. ...;,. 92.25
$3,000 United ;RR^of.S F 45.. ...... 74.00
r - "'*---' VnlUted''* Securltlea ,
;
v',t/; '\u25a0 •\u25a0'\u25a0 i'.'a.Vßid.'"Ask.i '.'a.Vßid.'"Ask. >. i.^ 1 "'--'- "'-' Bid. Ask.
BayCPC Bs.:— " 103 •* SF & NP 65.,— 110 <
CaI.NW Rss. -^>110 S P-Coastß4B— , »5 \u25a0
Marln >W. 6s.:— -103> Stand El ss:.
Ris I J Wtsos — 100 IJ Do gtd ss. — 05 .
uSF/Drydkss"— "lo9 /ISun Tel 55../ —105%
SF G&E 4%s —'- 94HtSutter-Bt ; R sa"—"-;a "— "-; 105 .
. ' -\u25a0 -MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Ala'Sus Co. — \u0084 17% N-Cal;P-Co. : — 28
Cal '\u25a0 Cot j Mils — ;94 - OrpheumiCo...l3 —
Ccl: T i;& T — 250 \u25a0 Pac C Cas C 0.150 175 \u25a0
Chutes ' Co -..*— 3 Pac "GAB 'pfd — 60
Cyp ;L-Imp. 2% \u25a0 5 s?"FDrydock.,6o— -
Ppt-Pw'com — 101 ISF A SJ- Coal — - 20 -
Hono PsCo... .22 • — S Crua'P Cm— «5 '••\u25a0\u25a0
." Do old '. pi 22 .—" \u25a0 I Stand :P '• Cem — : 113 £\u25a0>
; i Do \u25a0 new pi 22 . '—, Truck . Elect.. —
. California Stock and Oil Exchange -
. /;,,-;.;" r .' -..\u25a0Bid.AsS.l ' : . ", Bld.Ask.
A*so Oil ct.36.30 37.00|Nev Conntji... 50 CO
Ciaremont ;.. — -90! Piedmont •'.:.. 14 —
Fnlton 1.:'. ."..1.00 * — iScverelyn : ".".."/ — 20
•'Jnnctloii "i*e."~ r*";--- '\u25a0" -IS; Sunset -Mon ;./ 18 —
" Mon '.of 'Ariz. " 06-. V — (Wolverine .'..'; 40 —
T OFFICIAJL^ SALES
> 20 A ssoclated ; ."/. . . .:...".;........:....:. 37 . GO
. Mining Stocks 1 - .
SAN FRANCISCO^ STOCK EXCHANGE
' Following, were sales' on the San Fraacisoo
stock and . exchange board yesterday:
COMSTOCKS^'.: ,; V*.'
'. . '; ." ißestilariMornbigi Session
\u25a0'700 Caledonia* ' /." . 25) 200 forermaa ";'. . I*. -IS
j.2oC r Gould !A"Cnr. ; VJ 500 Savage' .^'.V... 60
"300 Mexican-":.../ 09 SCO Seg Belcher ... 05
'100 Ophir \u25a0 .'../.;. 2.20 400 Sierra Nev '.';.\u25a0 37
ICO : Ophtr r '. ; . /: ..2:15 500 Union * Con .... 46
lOO^vernuin • . .". . 17f 200 Yellow "Jacket;' DO
'\u25a0^''\u25a0."i," -'\u25a0' 1 • Informal Session :."'\u25a0*\u25a0;>'
"100 8u11i0n •,\u25a0;....".'. 15'r fiOO Ophlr- .'.;.*. .'..2.15
f 300 Con,Va M Cki./76i"fiO»>\>phIr/'.-.^....-.2.10
Co.'.. 75j. 300 Savage .'.:..... 60
• 300 Gould A Cur.- ; 19 i 200 Sierra Xcv - . /.- s«
1 100 ' Hale A : ? Norc .>. 48 400 Union " Con ' . .' . 4"*"
100 ' Mexican /. .'.'.-' "59J 30O , Utah ''-. ... ." .- . " . i«
ICO Meslcan '.. .. . (JOi'loO.Tellow , Jacket. :~dO
, V "'l'-OSINO^ QUOTATIONS* M - .
; \u25a0\u25a0 ' : ':. '\u25a0/. : ; ' \u25a0..\u25a0-. v "-Bid. l Ask.i--'," . - \u25a0' "", Bid^A»k7
Alpha - .-• •• • • 1 06 " 10 Kentuck , . .. . '. —\u25a0\u25a0•" 12
Alta ;//\u25a0"\u25a0.//:..— O^lLadyiWash*. . *>t —
Andes i;::"*///"' 18 \u25a0 — (Mexican • ;.//. 's!> fio
\u25a0 Belcher :'. r. ;"*i- ' 33 . -. 33! N ' Gould •A• C . • 37 30
Best . A . Belch; :: 90 ',*— jOccldenUP ...'-: 45 .
Bullion- .:; :::-'•> 10 v*is,Ophir ; . . .... -.2.10 2:20
Caledonia ...24 261 Overman ..... 17 IS
Challense ".'.'. 1H - liMfi-tOsI IS lt»
CUoilar .". 10 ; lSlSavago 60 61
Conadence ... — 1. CO 1 Scorpion ....... — -W
Con Imperial.- 02 OSiSesr Belcher . . 04 US
Con N - York.' 04 —^Sierra Ncr . „ :« 38
CodAVM Co. 73 771 Silver Hill :.. 55 —
Crown \u25a0 Point.. 2O 2llStandard" Con.. — 2. C0
Exchequer '\u25a0.::': 35 40tSt. Lonts ..... C.T —
(Joulcl & Cur. 13 " 19!l : nlon Con ... 44V-'**
Hale& Norc. 4« . r>O(Utah 02 "3
Julia ......... — lOrYtllow Jacket. S5 90
Justice 1 ..;... 03 to) .
TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCK 3 "
; 'Hesular Session— 9:3o to 12:30
2000 Adanw V ... ... 121 1000 Kendall 32
2000 AU« of Won. Wi\ 230 Kendall ... 30
1000 Apr WIIOI Ex. C-llm'lO KentJall Ex 04
5000-jArcadla ;!."..- ns!2»Jfift I> Roy'M Co* T »O
2000 Atlanta *..... K{"j«i«t<v Lcn Dtllon . •' 13
10»JO Atlanta. »-30.' «t3'3oon Man Froncho 10
(««O 8U..8 Eonams CS>WO Jha Cowboy" <R
5500 Bit Butte Ex 101 WC Man Dexter 1,1
6000 Blue Bell ... IBfiooo ITsn Little Joe n
;'2OO Bltk^l Bnir, »5 £5! 2(X>. Mayflowr Ton 37
- 700 Blue Bull. s5 S2SOCO Mayflower Ton 30
1000 Bcotb ."...... 50' .If 00 Mayflower Con 33
1000 Booth 4S! 2000 May Qneen in
1500 . Bonnie - Clare., 14',lC<'0 MaeNamara ' .13
1200 Bnllfro?r Mln. lTf 10ft \!.--Na:nari 34
sttf, Btfnr \u25a0 Nat Bk 25* &V> Mlnas Pedrai! t.25
iwri ColnmMa. s5 B'tnm Mohwlt C Leas f>
20<>O Columbia Mt. ©.IfNio Mobswk Ex 14
\u25a0 300- Com Fraetion.3.2s'sr»no Mont MH Ex' &3
1*3:0 Com Fraetion.3.2n!loOO Mt? Sho» Ex" 10
300 Comng Na ti< « IJ>) ICOO Musta? M «*lO "H
1000 Do. <» 10... SOiirfft N> T Gnieaeld 25
\u25a0 300 Do."> 19... 10 2^o North St.ir •••*
40no Cracker Jack. IS'2OOO Oris Bunfroi" T2
6000 Daisy Ex ... f'S' 500 Oris Man IS
ISOO-Dm-B Btte. C. 29i \u25a0 WWOris Man 1!>
?f)0 Dmdfld Trngrl. • 241"0fi0 Owl Won'Jer " 31
2flf.f> Dmdfld Trngl. 2.T 2»X» Pitts S Peak'l 7f)
4fWDixie ... C.7jli)oo Red HlITs .... "as
ICtW Eagle's Nest. 2014200 Red Hills 87
IPOO Eairle's Neat. '21l 300 Red nills " ?.G
20«10 Falrrw. Hallst CSI3OOO Rescue Con .. 20
2000 Eureka \u25a0 Ton. .. 09fUHV) Rescue Con «»
IPCO Eureka Ton... 1017000 Red Top Ex , 2^
500 Gold 8ar.... 65110C0 Do jlO '2»
lfio Gold Anchor.. 2712000 Do. s3O 30
500 Gotd Sceptre.' I*l ICO Round Mt 00
25 Gld Con M... 6. 30(1000 Sandstorm ... r.S
300 Gld Con M... 6 J!31 300 Silver Pick .. 77
1200 Gld Con M.S. 12% U300 Silver Pick .. 7B
1000 GWfld Eureka Hil3iV> Silver Pick .. 75
200(1 Gld Kewanos. BSt 1 flflo Stray .Do? s:o 15
SCO Gld Ke-wanoa. 9i>' 300 Stray Dog. s 3 13
2000 G Portlnd,slO lSil3oi>St Ives .. M
2PCO G Portlnd.slO 17!lfjOO St Ives Xi
1000 G. Portlnd.«lo 16! sfiO St Ive» 99.
ICOO Gold Hill ... OSIITiXJ Do. alO 08
20^0 Gold Vedge.. Ofl' ?.oct St Ives '.I CO
12<V Great Bend. .., 73! KOO gt Ives 97
IW.O Grt Bend Anx 17! 200 St Ives L« slO 14
3000 Grt Bend Ex. 131 MO Thankssiving. SO
3000 Htbernia 101 ,\OO Tramp Con . «T
2000 Hmstk K. blO 95' 1000 Yankee Girl .. WJ
100 Jim Butler... l.OO" looo Tel Horse, slO 04
600Jnmbo.Ex ...1.6011000 Yel Horse. slO 03
1500 Jumbo Ex..l^7Vil2or.O Yel Rose. slO 05
500 Jumbo Ex ..1. 5511000 Yellow Tiger.. 13;
Informal Session — 12:30 to 2 p. in.
1000 Adams 131100** Homestake X.. S2
3000 Amethyst ... 53i3000 Islam M Co. . 30
ICOO Atlanta ..,., 62i 100 Jack Pot ....1.05
IS. OOO Atlanta .... «l! 200 Jhn Bntler ..* »7
3COO AtlanU «o;25OO Jim Butter .. 90
500 Belmont. s 10.4.201 500 Jumbo Ex ..1.42%
10«) Blk B Bonanz CSHOOO Jumbo Ex ..'..1.40
SOOO Blk B Bonana 07U0*iO Lige Harris .. 03
3000 Blk Butte Ex C9ISOOO Lone Star .... 21
5500 Blue Bull ... 314000 Lone Star .... 20
2000 Booth t...... 40 3000 Man Little Jo* «3
MOO Booth .... 4313000 May Cower Con 23
1500 Bonanza Ex.. 19i2G00 ' Do.-b 30.... 37
1000 Bonanza .Ex.. 2014000 Mayflower Con 2tl
I*>oo Bullfrfig Ex.. OS 2000 Mayne 00
5300 Clinton Coppr 5012300 Mayne 10
1000 Columbia - Mt. .6012000 Mid Patraee... 05
:0O Com Fractlon.3.o3!lo(iO MllUowti Frac. OH
200 Com Fractlon.3.lollCoo Montana 5.03
1300 Com Fraetion.3.oot IC.OCO Mt(r Hill M. 03
6000 Cracker Jack. ls:i«X> Mustane 21
2<lO Daisy 1.451 200 Nev Hills. ....4.JX
2000 Daisy .......1.40t10C0 Pine Nut ...-. 10
20C0 Daisy ...... .1.35? 100 Pitts S Peak. .1.60
2000 Daisy 1.50|4000 Red Hills 34
1000 Dm B Btte C. 20! 13.000 Red Hilla .. 25
5000 Dm B Btte C. 2tj!lPoO Red Hills SO
1000 Dm B Btte C. 27t2C00 Rescue Con . . IS
KWio Dradfld Trnjrl. 231C000 Rescue Con. .. 17
13.300 Dmd Trngl. 22'}300 Red Top Ex.. 29
1000 Dmd2d TrnsL 2155200 Red Top Ex.. 23
1000 Eagle's Nest. 24'4*X)0 Do. b9O 23
2f>oo Florence G1d.4.2515«HV) Sandstorm ... 51
2500 Gold Bar 64* 1000 Sandstorm ... 30
2000 Gold Crown :. 132C00 Syl Hmnphrey. fiT
1000 Gold Sceptre. 18l 2on silver Pick .. SO*
6600 Gld Con M....*5.00t 1000 Silver Pick .. 75
100 Gld Con M.6.12%:2300 St Ives *OO
700 Gld Con M.5.87%1 .WC Ton Exten ...2.95
1000 Gldfld Union. 01 (4TOO Tramp Con .. 60
1000 Granny G M. Id! 500 Tramp Con .. 64
1000 Granny G M. ISICOOO Do. b90.... C 4
1000 Great Bend... 7312t>00 West End ...1.00
7000 Great Bend... 72(4000 Wonder ...... C 3
ICOO Great Bend... T3f COO Yellow Horse.. 4*4
600 Grt. Bend Ex. 13 iSOOO Yellow Rose.. 09
1000 HomesUke 1 K. 85I10OG YeHow Rose.. 07
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
C4XIFORNIA
BicLAsk. 1 ' ; • i. " Btd.Aa*.
Bunker Hill.. — 2.3olGrnwtr Clinton 50 —
Cen Enreka... — 69!Keane Wonder — t5
Crackrjk Oil — 55 i Southern Belle 40 —
«SKTADA f
,-„--«• . Tonopah District
Belmont .....4.12 4. so! .MaeNamara .. 31 ; 34
Boston. Ton..V — 12 Midway ......1.45 1.50
Brghr's JB Ex 11 — Mlzpah Ex.... 28 . S5
California ..." — I 10 Montana .....3.35 3.'40
Cashboy OS 10 Mont Mid Ex. 07 08
Esperaaza. ... 01 02 Mon Pittsb Ex — I".
Enreka Ton — .07 North Star...". 23 *2J»
Golden Anchor 23 -27 Ohio Tonopah.. 04 <C»
Golden, Crown 11 12 Paymaster ... — 02
Gold Mountain 03 03 Red Rock Ex. — 02
Gold Mta Con — 02|Resct!e Cons... 16 17
Great Western f;O3f ;03 C4. Tonopah Ex... — 2.90
Home- .'. - ' — tOi Ton Gold West ' — 14
Indian* Ton.. 01 02 Ton Silver & G 04"' —
lowa Tonopah 07 — Ton of "Ner.. — 17.00
Jim Butler...- 96 .08 West End 1.00 I. OS
Jim Butler Ex — 10
-' •\u25a0 Goldfleld District
Addiaa ...... 12 MfGreat Bend .. 70 72
Aloha-.......- — " 14] Great Bend Aa — 17
Atlanta ....."'6l . — Grt Bend Con. • — OO
Baltimore Gfld — . 05! Great Bend Ex 14 13
Bind : -;'\u25a0—\u25a0 401 Grt Bend FI3IC 03 —
Black Ants... 06 08| GO Bd Twins — '.18
B B Bonanza. 07 06|HIbernta -.....- 10 11
Blk Bntte Ex. 0!t lOjHighland ..... 09 It
Black Rock... 06 07 Islam M Co.'.. — 31
Blue 8e11.."..". 17 lSlJnmbo -.'-...... —4.10
Blue 8u11...... 31 32! Jumbo Ex.. ...1.40 1.42
Brooklyn .... 03 o,' Jinn Ei LJ: ,M — ' 10
Butte Goldfld. Oft ,07 Kaiser GoldflU. .«8 — .
Booth 44 45 Kendall ..' St -S2
C0D....... — 75 Kendall Ex... 03 04
Columbia 40 45 Knckrbkr. Gold — ;" 15
Columbia Mta SS 60 Laguna ....... — 1.40
Colum Mtn Ex 05 07 Lon« Star. ... . 2O 21
Com Fractlon.2.9s 3.ootLou Di110n.... 13 14
Commonwealth, 5W 34jMayne ....... of> ,11
Coming Nation tn 2t!May Queen.... 10 ' —
Conqueror ' ... 13 - — Mdnsrt : Pawne* *. 05 IXI
Cracker Jack*. 17 19 Milltown M Co — 38
Daisy .:. 1.30 1:35 Mmtown Frac. 05 0«
Daisy Annex.. — 19 Mohawk ..... — 15.00
Daisy (Ex..:.. 03 04 Mohawk An...— 03
Desert (Chief.. — 10 Mhk Con Leas 19 20
Dfld-B B Con. 26 « 29 Mohawk Ez... 13 IS
Dfld Triangle. 22 23 Mohawk Junior <— ' 08
Dixie :.....".. 07 08 Nevada 80y... :—: — ,14
Dominion .... V. 05 Nevada Goldfld 25 2*»
Empire ....... 12 14 Nev- Western.. — -\u25a0 "02
F.sraeralda, ... — 25 Oro 2«v
Federal.-..^... IS — OM Gold Mines — Ort
Florence .....4.20 4.25 Panyan — - CS
Florence Ex.. '35 Srt'j Pennsylvania.. ©2 , oa '•
Frances-Mhwk 90 l.«s(Red HUls.;.. . 35 3«
Frisco ....... — lOlßetl Li0n...... 12
Gold Bar Gfld. '— gOißed Top — 4.00-
Roldfld iiank. 09 —{Red Top Ex.. 29 \u25a0• rt>
G'Con Mines.«.oo «J2tße<l Top Frac. 05 -10
Gld3d Enreka* — - 10| Ruby G M Co. — \u25a007 ;t
fildfld rFlssnre 07 101 Sandstorm .... • 50 vC3
Gfld G Bar Ex' — 23tSandstormEx. 06 "0«
Cn!dfl«! Herald 03 . 04|Sndstrn»'W Ex ' 'OS
Goldfld N Star — 07ISIlver Pick. . . . 74 7.%
Gfid Portland. IT IS^ Silver Pick Ex 07- Oft =
Gfld Red Kins 20. ,21|St 1ve5....... 9« - PS.
Gold: Hi 11..... —~. n&St-Irm Leas.. 12 14
Gfld L Strike. — 15! Su n: Dog. '. — , ,04
Dfld \u25a0 Kewanos. Ss'. SSf Verde ........ *01 et
Gldfld SkyUrk OS 13 Vernal^.^..... 13 20 *
fiQa Sovereign- — ". '6 Wonder '......- <n 04
Rldfld Tomboy- 20 .- — Yellow Rose.: M
Goldfld Union. — Oli Yellow Tiger. .*-• IV- - "0 ;
Grandma..."..' ,13 . 191 Yellow T0p.... — \u0084 OS
Btaifrog District ' /
"Amarsosa GM - 03 .— JHomesti Km*. SO S3
Amethyst . .'. ."35 40,' llg^ s Harris.. .02 03
!N.f.HALSteG6.I
i •
';\L \
•; Webuy and sell high ]
I grade: : bohds;; also' f
t transact generar bank- :
;t \u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0 ing business. \V rite . }
Urn * OT \u25a0*" W n^ s yield- / ?
l^i « ing approximately 5 "•
t per cent.- r •
'}-.:' -y - -. \u25a0 \u25a0-. \u25a0' \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 -{
|413 Montgomery Sti :
| San Francisco I
I Xew York Philadelphia ; Chlcaso I
.- T i \u25a0 i..' . L . / -. ... \u25a0 : \u25a0 *
Q- 1 ; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .-.....;. o,
JP ' llfll Crt'feT
Stocks and Bonds
\u0084; Member ' Stock and Boad : Eschanse." !453 Call*
. fornia, kt. . Phone Tempormir'SlS.
\u25a0-- Member': Saa x Francisco 5 Mlainj^ Exchaa«4il'^ "

xml | txt