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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS
New York stocks lower on the day.
Cotton 15 and 25 .points higher. Coppers lower.
Silver declined l /±c. Exchange rates unchanged.;
Southern Nevada mining stocks continue to weaken.
\\ r heat crop reports running unfavorably.
Barley quiet, oats easy and corn dulh
Hay, feedstuffs and beans unchanged. •
Rosin advanced in the local market.
Potatoes in liberal supply and weak.
•Butter, cheese and eggs unchanged.
Fresh fruits steady, with receipts normal.
Dried fruits firm, with prunes sharply higher. , \
Future raisins selling at 5c in the sweatbox.
Dressed beef slightly lower and other meats. weak.
Stocka of Grain
Heory C. Bnnker. chief Brain Inspector of the
merchants' exchange, reports stocks of grain In
warehouses and on wharves, in tons, June 1, as
follows:
WHEAT
Port Costa. Stockton. City.
Mar 1 20,746 8.727 3.151
'™ ' Nisi i - Cl *
Port Costa, Stockton. City.
May 1 17,335 6,715 1,767
June 1 * 171 52405 ' 240 8M
Oats. Corn. Bran. Beans
iftr 1 1.009 103 ISB 219,K. r «
jene 1 1.354 145 1.507 IS4.3KJ
Receipts In May were 2.640 tons wheat, 7.220
ton 3 barley. 1.847 tons oats, 251 tons corn, 2,Sj«
toss bran and 27,492 fcts beans.
EASTERN MARKETS
N>tt York Mo»*y Market
NEW TOEK. June 3.— Money on call easy
: Ihi&2 per cent, ruling rate ISi. closing bid lhi.
: offered st 2. Time loans, dnll; CO days, Shi P**
{ cent; PO days, [email protected] per cent; six months, 4?4
• per cent.
Prime mercantile psper, B^@6 per cent.
- Sterling exchange, firm, with actual business
, in bankers' bills at $4.86750 4.5650 for demand
i aufl at $4.5370(g4.5375 for 60 day bills.
Posted rates. $4.84>£@4.57%.
Commercial bQis. $4.83^.
Bar eilrex. 67i^c.
Mexican aoHars. Tide
, Bonds — GoTemments, steady; railroad bonls,
; Jjeafy.
STew York Stock Market
NEW YORK. June 3.— The tone of the stock
market was very weak again today and the
heavy declines carried some of tbe most con
1 fpicaous stocks lower than they sold last
• month. ! Tbe reason for the weakness was not
very apparent, beyond the obvious explanation
just there was no demand for stocks. No
effective demand developed at any time during
the session and bear operators showed no urgency
' In tht desire to cover tselr snorts until tbe final
! bour of the trading. Tbe amounts of . stock
; told were not wry larpe. but the entire pros
' tration nf the buying demaad left prices easily
vulnerable to moderate selling pressure. The
I'acifics and tbe copper industrials were the
. weakest features, altaoagh the declining ten-
J dency of the market was comprebenalve. Pub
1 lisbed report* of assertions by the head of the
\u25a0 Harrtman sysirm of the necessity of retrench
! raont thnmshont tbe railroad world had some
' (-special effect on the stocks of that 6ystem.
• Thp weakness of the coppers was sufficiently
explained by the decline in the London prices
\u25a0nt metals. In New York the metal exchange
also marked down the price of metals. A
report from Washington that a determination
bad been reached not to push the government
\u25a0 i>rose<titlon against the Harriman railroad com-
Moadcm had no effect In checking the decline
!In stocks. R&ilroad traffic officials were quoted
rs usual, 1b weekly reviews of conditions In their
field, and were disposed to concede some falling
off in the volume of freight moving, although
<-laimiap an excess still over the corresponding
•period of last year. Railroad earnings of tbe
year each continued to show an Improvement In
ihe net returns for April, the net addition of
IV-nnsrlvania to the list, with the first increase
hi net for many months, being regarded as espe
cially significant on account of the representative
character of the system. Some disturbance of
sentiment was due to tbe persistent heavy de- :
mand for cold from Paris, shipments to that
puist arranged bere amounting; to $2,000,000 and
at London at $2,800,000. It does not appear
that cnv sinister significance Uea behind this
movement, which Is most reasonably attributed
to the trade activity in France, the large de
mands on the Bank of France and low level of
its reserve, the present holdings of that - lnstitn
lion in spite of tbe accretions of t lie lust few
weeks, remaining far below the amount held at
tills tide last year.
The lack of confirmation of the financial
troubles as the day progressed had much to do
•with driving the shorts to cover more exten- 1
lively late in the day. Tbe substantial re
coveries resultant were maintained to- the last.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par value,
$1,824,000.
United States bonds were unchanged on call.
K«r Tork Stock Llat
£. F. Button & Co., 490 California street.
members of tbe New York stock exchange, for
cUh the following list of bond and stock sales
. yesterday:
. Sales 1 Stocks |High| Lowj Bid I Ask
. Adams Express 280 287
200 Aili* Chalmers . . 8% i>% i)% JO
, do prd ; 28>i so
' 82,000 Amal Copper ... 83% 551 % 83ft K3%
, Am Beet Sugar.. ..... ..... 11 |12
Do pfd SO
....... Am Out C 0...' &% iif'a
SOO Do pfd 52H 52 62M 53
8,600 Am Car & Fndry 38% 37T4 3si« 38*4
100 Do pfd 87v, 97T, »7Vi »B Y*
SOOJLra Cotton OU-. 29% 29% 2»-4 'J»%
, Do pfd K5 92 .
' -Am Dist Tel 25 40
....... Am mpresi" • 2W» 215.
! .Am Grass Twine 6% s»i
-Am Hide & L 4 4«i
;'..._.. Do pfd lb 20
\u0084 Am Ice Securities . . 68 72
COO Am Unseed 10 9% 9% 10»i
:« Do pfd 23H 30
.:* 700 Am Locinnotlvc. 5C>4 56 fiC'-j 57
. ... Do pfd ..... 102 •»*« -
' 53,200 Am Smelt & Re£g 114% 112% 113\ IT4 I
300 Do pfd 106 105 105 103*1
1.900 Am Sugar 120% lia 120% 120^
' ...... Do pfd 120 122
: ....... Am Sufi Fodrits 6 «>4
200 Do pfd 35H 35 25 35fc
r Am Tel & Tel Co ..... ..... 117 120
200 Am Tob pfd..... 81% 91% »lV t 82
1.1 OO: Am Woolen .... 25 24 MH 24%
SOO Do pfd 91% HI if, !<OVij Sl'j
B.7oo 'Anaconda ....... 65^ 54V 4 S3 SSV«
BOo'[Atl Coast Line.. 95 ,94*4 Ws '- W
: 12,800 AT ASF 87% 86% 87U H7%
]*\u25a0 Do pfd'. 02»i 93
v 2,000 Bait £ Ohio 93% 92% 93 '.'Hi
, ] DO pfd . 86 88 •.
r 1.900 B B T 49 '48 48>i 48? i
1 '. Brooklyn TJn Gas. ..... ..... 110 115 '
« ....... Canada Southern. ..... ..... 61 n\v>
'<" B^oo Canadian Pacific. ICBH 164« i l«6i-i ]U»;u
" 600 C * 0 23% 331* 33H 34
«oc c w — 10% 10 10 10%
Do pfd A ;.... 45 52.
SOO Do pfd 8..... 14«/ 2 144 .14 15
!.»—.•- I>o debs ..... ..... 72«4 "73 '•
r 4.100 C & N W... .142 139% 140 140' A
' l«5»9O0C M& St P..... 125% 123% 125 125%
J. Mo pfd ISO •: 151%'
300 Central Leather.. 22% 22% 22 W, 23
1 Do pfd 90% »1- :
........ Chic Terminal.. Z, ,10'
r. ...... Do pfd*... 15 20 .
....... Chic Un Traction -,3 4
V. DO pfd 14 16
COOC CC4 St L... 64 63% 03 64
."\u25a0 Do pfd 95,- iai 5
1.900 Colo Fu«l & Iron 28% 28 25% 29
.. Do pfd 70
500 Col Hock & Iron 22% 28% 22% 23%
600 Colo Southern 21% 21% 21% 22%
. j Do list pfd. ......... ..;.. 57 flO
7001 Do 2d pfd .... 41% 40% 41 42
I,!KK)jCon Gas ........ 115 113% 114% 115
200 Corn I»roducts ... 16 15% 15*4 16
Do pfd 71 73
l.aoo'rvi & Hudson... 161% ico>; i6iv> 102
....-.: D L & w. .'.-..:-.-. :.;-.-. ...v. 4.%0 " 4C5
...... JD & KG. ...... ..... ..... 23 25
...... J I>o pfd .............. 68 72 .
IDctroit Va ity. .. ;V... ..:'.. 65 -67.
.. tlMstnond Match.. .V ..:.. 120% 127-
COO'Distillinff Wecur.. 63% 62 62% 02%
jDnluth H S& A ..... ..... 10 iVi'
I D<# pfd ................. 19,. 20
3,loo]Erie 21% 20& 21 M 21%
*to Ist pfd 55* C Wig
Do 2il pfd .... V... 34% ,3T»«i
Fed M A- S pfd .......... <m 8S
SnotOenersi Klectric. 137% 137U 137 r 138 •
~:\<l O'AI S & P.. i.,.. :.$.. 124 130
* 4.snO!Great Nor Ore... fiO% 40% 50% 51"
C.lOtiJGt Northern pfd. 124 122: 123 124 '
JGn>«ne C C*»pper. ..... „-..". 14^ 14%
jUavana Tob C 0..... ..... 10% 11%
{ Va pfd .:....'.< ....I .V..: 16 I'lv
Hocklns .Valley .........;. .75 7»:
.<.,.. DopM ,: »» 53%
...... niinole' Central /. ...:. ..... 134* 137^--
I.SOO Intorboro Metro.. 16% 15% 15% 15%
4,100 Do pfd ....... 50^ 45ft 40 40%
• 200ilnter J'nper .'.... 12% 12 12' i 513
...... | Do pfd ....... ..... ..... 71 72
.'..... iloter Powt-r .. ..... ..."•\u25a0. 43 . ' 45 ,
Inter Pump ......\u25a0.....•.:.". 20; 23;
...... Da pfd .'-.'.". .*..'.* .73-
....... lowa Onfral -.'.. .-..*.'. ...... 17% 18%
....:. Dojifd ....... ;..".. .:..: 3« 40
.;.... XC F S& M pfd ..::. :..".: 73 76
400jKan ! Cir.v Southn. 24% 24% 24% 24%
SOOi l»o pfd ....... 60 59% 00. 60%
..„.. iKnickntiocker Ice ;...-. ...;. 30 73.,
Lake Krie &W. .:... :.r., 16 ." V 2; \u25a0
Do pfd — ..;.'....:.... k•\u25a0-.eal
\u25a0 ...... Lehigb Valley. .. ...T. ....". 59% 'W .
! ...... Long Island ."... ..... .'.'.." 45^ ."VS.-.
1,500 L. A.- N ;.-....%... 110% 110- I<«% 110 "
!...... IMackay: «fl , «S '
...... Do pfd ....... ..... ..... «i 68:.'
Xewr v York ; Stock list Continued
Sales.! STOCKS. - |Hlgh.XLow.| Bid. | Ask.
100|Manhat tan ...... 134 184 183 136
200 Metro St Ry ..: 86. S3 85 92
1.700 Mexican Central. 20% 19% 20% 20%
....... Minn & St L .:.. ..... 47, .
... Do Ist pfd .....:....... 79% 85 :
1,000 M St P & S S M. 97 94 OG% BO
Do pfd ....... ;......... 123 130
3.500 Mo Kan & Texas 31 U 30% 31U 31%
100 Do pM ....... 62% 62% 62 C 2%
1,400 Missouri ; Pacific. . 72% 72 72% 73%
... Nash Cbat &St L ..... ..... 120 130
200 National Lead . . 59 59 58% 5!H,;
....;-.. Do pfd ..... 96\£ 98%
.. N.R It of M pfd ..... ..... i.... 50
100 National Biscuit. 73% 73% 73% 73%
IH> pfd'. ....J 110% 111%
Ncr Cons Copper •?..... 13% 13*4
1,100 Xewhouse Cop . . 16H 16 16% ICT,
.. .N J Central ..I. ..... ..... 172 180
N V Air Brake ...... 102 104 -
17.400! NY Central 103% 108 V« 100% 100%
200 IX T C 4 St L.. 37 37 36 3S
... Do let pfd ... .;... 107 115
Do'Sd-pfd 70 80 V
.....:. NVN H & H 168 170
1.500N YO'&W .... 32% 32 32% 33%
100 Norfolk & VTest. 72 72 71% 72%
..1.\.. Do pfd 70 S5
:.. 200 North American.'. 66% 65- 66% 6»-
S,9oo[Northern Pacific. 121% 119T4 120% 121
..... -.[Omaha ........:. ..... ..;.. 125 135 '
Do pfd ......... 150 180
Pacific Coast ..... 93 07
Do, lst pfd ..... 82 102
Do 2d pfd ... ..... ..;:. »4 102
... Pacific Mail . ..... ..;.". 23 24
50.600 Perm R R Co ... 118% 117% 118% 118%
800 People's Gas .... 90 89% 89% BS>%
P C C 4 St L 05 72y,
Do pfd ....... 93 95
Pittsburg Coal .. ; 11% 12%
Do pfd ........;.......: 51 53
200 Pressed Steel Car 31% 31 31 82
Do pfd -87 »0
Pullman Car Co.. :; 161 k 164 .
200 By S S Co ..... 35% 38% 38 40
....... Do pfd ....... ..... ..... 80 «1.
153.000 Beading 03H 87 W 99^4
Do Ist pfd ... ..... ..... 79% SO
200 Do 2d pfd ... 76% 76% 75 ' 80
000 Republic S & I .. 24% 24 23« 24
500 Do pfd 84% 84% 84% 84%
1.100 Bock Island Co.. 19% 19 18% 19
600 Do pfd 43 I 42% 42% 43
100 S S S & I Co ... 53% 53% 53% 54%
...:... I Do pfd ....... 95- 100
!St L & SF Ist pfd 61% 67
2001 Do 2d pfd ...'30% 30% 30 31
Ist l k. s w io«; 20
i Do pfd 50 52
17,300] Southern Pacific. 74% 72% 74^ 74%
300| Do pfd 110% 110 110% 110%
So Pacific rights % '%
2,200 Southern By .... 18; 17% 1« 18%
1,300 Do pfd ....... 57% 56% 57 57%
Term C k Iron 137- 141 \u25a0
Tex Pac L T Co 70 78
1.300 Tex Pacific . .'. . 25% 25»; 25% 25%
Third At ..104 108
Tol By & T Co ........... 24 27.
200Tol St L & W. 27Ti 27% 27% 27%
....... Do pfd .....:. 49 60
300 Twin City R T .. 91% .91 90 92
Cn B«»r & Paper. 5% 6VJ
Do yfd ..... ..... S3 . 56
119.300 Cn Pacific ...... 131% 128H 130% 130%
....... Do pfd ...' 87. 90 .
Cnd Copper .: ;.. ..... 57 59 '
....... Cnd BdsofS F 20 28
... Do pfd ....:.. 40 44
..r.... Do 4g ........ ..... ..... ..... 72 -
....... O S Cst Ir Pipe. V.. 3J- 37^i
......; Do pfd ........ ..... ..... 81" 82
.....;. C S Impress .... .:.: 05 100 '
... US Rlty & Con. .......... 58 60,*
....... v s B & Bfg Co. ::..". .;;.'. 17 ; '18 ;
-. Do pfd ... ..... ..... 44 .46 ;
700 U 3 Rubber:... . 34U 33% 33% 37. .
....... Do Ist pfd ..... 97 98%
Do 2d:pfd ."... .1... ...:. 66% 70
1 54.300 0 S Steel Cor V, 32% Sl"^ 32% 32%
10,000 Do pfd . . . 96% 96% 90% 96%
400 ntsh Copper .... 26 25% 26 27 :
200 V«-Or'Cli,C» .. 24% 24% 24% 25%
Do pfd' ... ;! 102 103%
.;..;.. Va C I & C Co. ..... ...:. 60 65
600 Wabash :........ 12% 12 12 12%
700 Do pfd ....... 22% 22 22 23Vi
....... Wells Fanro Xx . ..... ..... 270 ~> 302 .
300 Western Union . . 79% 78% 7»*% 79V&
....... Wi»*tinehoiixp ... ..... . . 142 144
W &LE ................ 10% 12':
Do Ist pfd ......'.:...... 23 24
I>o 2d pfd, ..... 12 14
WlB Central .... ;.... ..... 1»;% . v
....... pfd ... ..... ..... 35 I 40 '
715,000 total shaiwi 1 sold. -
. ,Ken York Bonds
V S ref 2s reg;.lO4Vil Japan' 6s. 2d:ser. »9 ;-
Do coupon 104% Do 4s cert. 1 ..... 83%
Do Es reg......102,. Do 4%s cert.... 02%
Do coupon ....102 -Do 2fl series...". Ol^g
Do old 4s reg. J>9% X. & N unified 45.. 100
Do coupon .:..100?4 Man con gold 4sr." 93
Do new 4s reg.l29 Mcx Central 45:.. 77 '
Do coupon ....129 Do Ist Inc.*. . 20%
Amcr Tob 4s 72 Mlnn : ft St : L 4s.'. 81 \u25a0\u25a0
l>o 6s ; 1 05% M. X & Texas 4s. 94'
Atch pen 4s .... 97% Do 2ds :'j.".- 83 :
Do adj 4a .... 5)0% NR of Mcx con 4s 83
Atlantic. C L 4s. 95 NY C gen 3%S 1 92«&
Bait & Ohio 45. ..98% N J C gen 5s "l^%
3%s ; 92 Kcr. Pacific 45..'. : .ICK)%
Brooklyn BT c4a 80% Do;3s ..;. 71%
Central of Ga 55.104 Nor & W con 4s. »5
Do Ist lnc 85% OS ; Line rf dg 4s. 89 "
Do 2d 1nc....;-70 Pa conr, 5%5;.. .. 93«
Do 3d 1nc...'... 59 Ueadlng gen 45..:96%
Ches 4 Ohio 4%5.100 SL & I M con Ca.llO \u25a0
ChS & Alton 3%5. 66% St L t S F fg'4s 79%
C.-B & Q new 4s. 91% St.L S'Wrcon 45.' 73%
C. tt I & Pac 4s. C 7 Seaboard A L-4s. 71%
Do col 55.....;. 84 So Pacific ' 45..'...-86%
C.C.C & SLgn 4s. 98% r Do Ist 4s ' cert.; 1 902
Colo Ind ss, sr A' 56% So. Railway r«r..".10G%
Colo Midland 45.. CH Tex. & Pac lsts.~.ll2™
Colo & So 45.... 89% Tol. St L * W 4s. 78i
Cuba -5s . :..... .102, Union Pacific 4«.. 101%
Den &:Rlo O 48.95 V S Steel 2d 55.. «5^-
Dlst Securities ss. 81 Wabash lsts ..... 108%
Erie prior Hen 4s. :»3 Western. Md 45..'. 74% i
\u25a0 Do jren 4s .... 80^|W& L.Erie 4s. r. 80 .
Japan Os ........ 09%|Wls^ Central: 4s... 83Vi :
. . Xew York Mining Stocks) ' \u25a0
Adsms Con ..... lujLlttle Chief r.;;.; -^ 07
A»ce .•/ 4.00 Ontario ,•;. ....... \u25a0.:' 5.25 ;
BriJns Con ......' 4H Potoel ...*." 12 '
Com Tunnel • .....': <2. r . Savage ; ." * * * '.': " " 44 j
Con Va Mln Co.. ; 73|Slerra Nevada :.*. 34
Horn Silver ..... 1.40 Small Hopes .'.:...-, 35
Iron Silver ;..... 2.6o|Standard .....'....' 2.25
Lcadvllle \u25a0 Con V. . 09Vi| • \u25a0 - ,\u25a0 \u25a0 .
. Boa-ton Stocks and Bond*
V. 7 ' — lAlloues - . ..'. . . : . ; . 43 \u25a0 ;
Call loans 3%@5 Amal * Copper .'..: 83 "\u25a0';
rtoe. loans ...4%®5% Arlr Commercial.. :'< 15%
\ B f'? i *— J - ;..... ...;; < 11%
Atchlson .4s .... 96% Blngham . . r. ... : . . 16 V!
M»oM »o adj 45 .,....-92 Butte. Coalition ..23V4'
M t> x ., CKltral 4 »«'7s%Calnmeti Hecla.SOo"
".. R A tlrot<l "-:- " (Centennial ..v.r'.V. 25 W
Atctlwn^ ; . . . . . vB7 W Copper - Range T .". .J. J 78%
Do pfd ::..r...92%|Da1y West 1..... 16-
Bcston-& Albany..2lsv (Franklin ...... 13U'
Boston & Maine.. 160 MGranby. .„:... ...120 -
Boston Elev ....133 lisle 80ya1e ...... - 13%
Kitchburc pfd ..-,.128-- Mass '.Mining .....*\u25a0: 4%
v-^-'^^L " : - 20^» Michigan ....V. ." .M 2& :
N \, N II &'H.M6O'- Mitchell .;::V ; .V>! :• 3Vi
Lnlon Pacific .... 130% Mohawk . . ... . . . ~ 82
Mlacellaneous— '. ; Mont Coal & Coke. 2% '
Amcr Pneu Tube. : 7 (Nevada ". . ~ -. .*. 1314 i
Amer Sugar . . . .: J2O North 1 Batte ?- . . . '.'. ;82% j
Do pfd ....... .122%!01d Dominion ";.. .'-44% :
Aroer Tel & Te1.115% Orceola ........ .7:120- .
Amer Woolen .... 34 > 2 Parrot-: .........v. >i*K I
Do pfd .... .-. . .• 00Vi Qulncy . ........ . . 1 12^>
Ed Elect 1U0m..208 , Shannon .......... 16% ;
Mass Electric \u0084;. 16 ::, Tamarack - ...... . .105 r.
Do pfd -.- . : ...:; B8 % Trinity ; . . .r.™ HtT! 19 £
Mass Gas. \u25a0>;...: 57% Kclted', Copper?^ 57%
I.nlted Frolt .-..106 « ill B:MlnlngVr. ; r#.'4B%
Vni'Shoe Mach..: 57%|t;tab ..'.:.....-.:. :'57%
Do pfd ... . 27 : i Victoria ~-' .7.T.T.-.7.XT?
*> Steel. ..r.. . .- 32%|Wlnona -> .\r. r: . 7. \u25a0.'-.' 7Vi
po pfd ..v:....-96%| Wolverine ....;. ".150
Adventure ......... '2}-JI"V ' -. *\u25a0
THE. COPPEB^STOCKS "
•'BOSTON.. June . 3— The • Impresalcn" seem* to
ne • petting stroniter I tba t we r will : have lower
? .^i i or ' tbei ""f l * l * and ' brokers f are s inclined
to _thlnk . the ' price ; will t J« , shaded a \ few.' cents
ana expect that us *oon n« larce sales of copper
are made. ; even - if > the \ price is ; es : low <; as 20c.
we will see -• hlplier ' prl*-es. \u25a0 •-\u0084-.
. \u25a0'•"••^- ' t'ondlilon of [:ihV Treasury.'
# WASHINGTON. Jone* »3.-iT6day ( s >Btatement
or the trenFury Iwlances ' shows : s Available cash
£-r%s\, * 259 . 4ft 0.378; :*, jcold f- coin * and •? bullion,
$ai.O-J !,4VO; gold certificates, ; ss2,s7s,3so. -;\u25a0.\u25a0]
. -Sew .YorkjCottonY Market; ;
.-.NEW^ ; YORK. 3 Jnne ; 3.— Hutton's " wire ; saya:'
Another f flexxi ; of z. bad •: crop f, reports J news '\u25a0:-, here
and r at < Liverpool v caused a sufficient ?• npprehen
hlou among >. shorts t and »* enthusiasm * among J tlje"
bulls \u25a0. tor start a\u25a0\u25a0 preat < buyinjt I ware / this fc morn
ins. - The -i early; : rise uof"34feto X 7 i. points 0, in
Li verpool.^ together * with r th* i' lanr« r buying f or
ders f from ;. t be. H south. ~ put %np * prices *c sharply.':
Heavy llguidatlon by bulls j and r. further f selling
Tldm SAa -bKAMJJbCO pAlib, .TUJ!ifc>i>A"^ JUjNl2i-.4; .-1907;
against holdings of- actual- cotton later? caused
some ' reaction.',; , The . trade \u25a0 has * discounted '\u25a0• the
eovernment crop' report as 10w, a5, 651 per; cent. W?-
Optlon — Open. HiKli.-.*^Low.-X' Close.
June ;.•.:-.-..•... ir. 43c C; 1 1 . OSc t • 1 1: 43 c \u25a0/; .»' 11 . 52 c
July "..:.•.... -.11. 52c 11 :CBc; 11.43 c 11 '.64c
Anjrust :::.-... 11. 51c;: 11. OSc : 311.48 c;; 1 11*. 64c
September ....11.64c 11.75 c/ i 11'.59c'--11. 72c
October . ...:'.11.87c I: 11.07 c' .-11.77 c - 11.93 c
November ....11.94c.;- 11. 94c 11.88 c -11:97 c
December . . . . 11 .93 c • ( 12 .05 c >- 1 1 . 86 c. 112.02 c1 12.02c
January . .'. ; . 12.06cj_ 12.10e » : 11 .94 c \u25a0 . 12. 10 c
February . . ; .12.15 c '• 12.15 c • 12.15 c; .'-.12: 13 c
March^. '..'.:. .12.13 c ;.12.21c 12.10 c V 12.19 c
-- >.- \u0084'.;.-\u25a0-. '— — .' \u25a0'•> :^i«^Mßß|
j\>iv York j Grain "\u25a0 and ' Produce • ~ ':
? . NEW., YOBK. ' June S.-^-Flour— Receipts, 20,300
barrels; exports,*. 14.100 ; , sales, , i,500. ; ; Market
dull but barely: steady. "-. ' : ; : v-\"*:
viWheat— Receipts, i 196,900 •- bUßhels; ' • exports,
411.200 ibusheht; s spot easy. N0.\ 2 1 r«l. J $1.00%
elevator; No. -2 red; \sl.o2%'.f. =o. b.> afloat:; No.
l*nortbern, v Dulutli. $1.ll f t.' o.\ b.; afloat; -No.- 2
hard winter. •- $1.05% - f. ? o: b. ? afloat.^", Following
a weak ; and - lower s start. " due : to ; big world : ship
ments,'-Improved > news.v easier 1 cables
and " heavy, northwest-; receipts. 7. wheat . rallied <1
tent • per "bushel today '\u25a0- on . heavy ; covering.'* This
was ; Induced .« by , a " bullish ; Snow ? report,: reports
of damage in Kansas and 'a big; decrease In; the
Visible j- supply." '. ; Later 5 reactions •\u25a0' followed 5 and
last" prices • were n %c \u25a0' higher % to { %c \u25a0' net 1 lower.
.Inly* $1.03%ff51.04%.' closed : $1.04; ; September;
$1.03 l>16(!f 1.04%, \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0•-\u25a0 closed ' $1.04*4 ; '.December,
$1.04 ll : 16<g:l. 06,; closed $1.00 1-10. ,
'. Petroleum — Steady. '; \u25a0 ;
'Hops — Quiet."; ' \u25a0'" \u0084"-", ' •'\u25a0."' - '\u25a0\u25a0" .":\u25a0"• *",
OiHides— Quiet.*" i - " \u25a0' ;. \u25a0;-> •?*\u25a0 *y%^a*B*&,ifri*ihz
Sugar— Raw — Quiet; J fair 1 refining, 3.36 c; cen
'trlfugal, .90 test, 3,86 c; molasses sugar, 3,11 c.
Refined— Steady.,;.-- • .:r'..:v. .".''\u25a0:*.-« \u25a0:. H' •-:,-
t \u25a0 Coffee — Futures closed steady at. a net gain of
15 - points. ,' Sales ; 28,500 r bags, i Including: •- July,
5.35 c: • Anjrust. \u25a0' 5.40 c; ; September. ; [email protected];
December, s.3sc;. March,[email protected]»>e:'May. 5.50 c.
Spot Coffee — Steady; Rio N0.» 7, 6%c;. Santos.
No.* 4," 7%c. Mild* coffee— Dull; .-Cordova, [email protected]
i2Uc. -\u25a0\u25a0;:;- -.-'\u25a0--- \u25a0 \u25a0-..;:\u25a0 ----- •-•. . \u25a0-.-.\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0..
DRIED FRUITS ... -'\u25a0\u25a0
; NEW.iTOBK. June . 3.— The = market ' for evap
orated - apples ils ; steady • on ; spot : and \ moderate
business Is : reported. 7 • Fancy; are quoted ",.at [email protected]
B%c; choice, - [email protected]%c; prime, «[email protected]%c; poor
to fair, 5%@6c. ; ; • - ;.
. Prunes — Finn,'.; with prices - advancing .on ' tbe
strong - primary situation. - Quotations ? for :: Cali
fornia -fruit: range; from 4c- to-12%cJ •.-\u25a0 Oregon,'
5%@10c. ... ».-•-. I' \u25a0'?- \u25a0\u25a0•••-'." -.•'"•":-•\u25a0 v.
•. -AprlcotJ"^ — Scarce 'and'- firm; -choice, 18%@19c;
extra choice. [email protected] : ; fancy, \u25a0 [email protected] c. - - » \u25a0 -
• Peaches— Firm; \u25a0choice,- »[email protected]%c; ..extra
choice. ' [email protected] Me; "\u25a0 fancy, 12%@i3c; extra \u25a0 fan
cy.. 180150. ST..-.A 1 • >,!>;.- \u25a0";.-= \u25a0\u25a0 //.'. \u25a0,':". V't "
'; Balslns— Continue ' firm. • with- loose muscatels
quoted at 6%@10c; : seeded ; raisins, 7>[email protected];
London layers,^[email protected]^6o. :\u25a0-\u25a0'*. \u25a0_\u25a0;. '•' ,v; . . - •. -\u25a0
. - ,i,»-pr York ; Metal " 3larket r ','\u25a0\u25a0 .
NEW; YORK. June 3.— There was a sharp de
cline In. the I London tin market.' with spot quoted
at i £lB7 and futures £183 -lOs," or about £3 under
the 'last.- quotation. --Locally*;-, the <-.' market '.was
weak In consequence, with"' spot quoted 'at 41.50
f1!41.75c. \u25a0••\u25a0--.--.-.. \u0084\u25a0-;•-,•' rF.. •'<\u25a0- :.-.-' \[:~
Copper, also had a. sharp break In- the 'London
market, ; with .. spot X ll lower ( at ," £98 \6s l and
futures t £3' lower at \u25a0 fOS.'J.I/Ocally . the, market
was dull and nominally 'lower, with > lake quoted
at [email protected]; electrolytic at [email protected]; cnstlng,
22«522.25c. -. - --\u25a0 ; \u25a0..-?:- :: ;. >- . --\u25a0 -.. '. • - -.
• Lead ' was \u25a0- unchanged . at . £20 '- In • the y Tx>ndon
market,', but ' was , lower; locally at , 5.75(36c. \u0084
• Spelter - was • unchanged iat -. £24 , 105 ' in . London
and at 6.40*ij6.45c . 1n the local market. ;^. r *
Iron, . lower .In •\u25a0: the English * market, 1 ; with
standard foundry quoted at 61s and Cleveland
warrants at 61s \ 6d. Locally, the ; market : was
unchanged. . . ,/ .^ :' : i .;'
. • ; V"«tljle Grain Supply " . ......
NEW. YORK; June 3.^-Thc : visible.-- supply ; of
sraln Satorday, , Jane I,* as . coraptled . by ,. the New
York produce exchange, was as followe::- \u25a0 . .'
Wheat— 49.732,000 bushels; decrease," 1,078,000
bushels. \u25a0 . . \u25a0 '\u25a0- ' \u25a0 - F- % : \u25a0 *
C0rn— 5,559,000 . bushels ; :; Increase, ''\u25a0\u25a0 357,000
bushels. ' . '\u25a0'\u25a0'-," --\u25a0 " •
0at5— 10.605.000 bushels; V decrease, 435,000
bushels. -.•.--\u25a0'-.' •:"..-\u25a0 '\u25a0\u0084'\u25a0 \u25a0«»:•.-
Rye — 572.000 . bushels ; • : decrease, ; ... 133,000
r-n" t* *'r^p M *'* J **'***nft^y^* fe f i^%"^f | l*r*ffi*(j g * yht ***'
Barley— o2B,ooo bushels;, decrease, M29.ooo
bushels. • . ; \u25a0; - — / ; -j ' , \u25a0 . \u25a0\u25a0 • :
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Future 'Grala • and ' Provf*ion*
: ; CHICAGO, June 3.— Liquidation of July wheat
and reports of good : weather; for the new \u25a0 crop
caused the market to ease off sliithtly tnday. . At
the close July wheat was down %@ "6<"t corn was
U @ %c higher, oats were up %r a nd provisions
were unchanged ito 7 *4c- lower. . ' --• ;\u25a0:•\u25a0 -'j, -. -.
The ' market opened ;. today.' with easier' prices
because ,? of better j weather.-! conditions -In . the
west and ; northwest;; lower', cables " ; apd : world's
shipments, were larger -than -expected.; X Later,
prices recovered on reports from. Kansas that. the
; freeze .of a week ago \u25a0 had : done j much - damage.
Thebulk of. these reports stated, that the. lnjury,
to ., the . crop had . been ; from 1401 40 -toso \ per f cent. :
The rrport of a. crop "expert estimated; the yield
iof .wheat at ,176,000,000 , bushels, below .the
amount named .in \u25a0 bis lost "statements, :\u25a0\u25a0 causing
a = rally • at>out \u25a0 the •; middle ; of /the ! day.*. A . goo<l
export demand ' was "a lso reported i and . this \ added
strength \u25a0% to f. the ",- market; •>' Later. :« however, \u25a0 the
trading * became ; dull ' and ;.' the i Influences 5 which
were * In " effect -•\u25a0 at '\u25a0 the i opening : resumed . their
sway.' 5-*5 -* Mnch ' wheat » was \u25ba liquidated r during )> the
early break on stop loss orders."- >.':.--('-,: -•\u25a0-.•,•\u25a0
" - The i close a was ? easy.**-- : July J opened ?\u25a0 %<®Ts C
lower at 06*1 ©07<*. sold between 06% c and 07** ac
and closed «4® 14c, lower at 97 liKg 97 Me. i*
September opened . at ; 955» @09c, sold I between
OS*ric and 98% c and closed at 03?8(i490%c. X * \u25a0:\u25a0
' The ! corn ; market . opened easier on •. reports \u25a0of
good , weather, > lower • cables ; and ' large .' local ' re
ceipts.. The market rallied, however, -on 'reports
of a good demand- for. export; and fair buying by
local speculators, -l The close was firm. -> July corn
opened » "ric lower at *53%e.'- sold - between 63 %c
and <\u25a0 54"4 c - and closed; at C 3% @54c.' ; Local •; re
ceipts.were 87r»'cars. .-: ; ' • . ; \u25a0 \u25a0 - ! ' \u25a0 , \u25a0\u25a0 . *
- The weather conditions which .' softened - tbe
market for ; wheat \u25a0 and ' corn also affected oats.'
It was reported. later that. the ."green; bug".. had
been discovered In * various places throughout 'the
state,. «n<i this, with' a' fair buying demand; stiff
ened the nfarket." v July oats opened %c lower 'at
48% c, sold between 4S?4c- and 4l«?'c uml closed
Iron at'49"^c. .* Local • receipts ;were' 97; cars. :; V V"*
• The provision market opened easier, lard espe
cially > being weak • because of -official statements
showing ,\u25a0 large .• stocks ' here i and g. throughout '\u25a0 the
west.'.v Later : the market ' recovered much \u25a0 of : the
lost ground on covering by.shorts. • At the close
July . pork wb s unchanged ; at \ $1 6. 20. . Lard was
down v 7%c at ' $9.10/ Bibs were ' 2%c ,' lower rat
$5.75.--. ;-.- ...\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0;..'.'\u25a0:: .v.. \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0:.-."<• ''-'-I: :\u25a0•. '- ';•.-.\u25a0\u25a0' A- .
\u25a0;•\u25a0 ISstlmated receipts \u25a0" for) tomorrow — Wheat;'; 20
cars: corn. 913; oats; 179; hogs; 19,000 head:.. li i-v
*\u0084-; CHICAGO, June 3.— The leading futures rangod
as folk.ws: -,t- yr-it-f-i jTm mkli !W**jtfi'|^Bf^Jß****Jslß*>»jM***l
,' Articles — i Open. -'High.. Low.-' Close."
j Wheat— , > \u25a0, .-\u25a0•"..
July \u25a0; ."-. . . . . ..." $7 -. 07% . 06% . 97>i ;
September ':..'. .99 r-.-'i 09*4 98%
December, .... 1.00- .1.01 99% 1.00%
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'Corn — "' \u25a0 "\u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0-\u25a0''. '•.'•.. .\u25a0..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0• ,
July;..., — . B3*i; '; 54 *,;'•,,\u25a0/ 53-4 ; 54 '
September ;*..;.-*; 53% 54*Ji .' ;63*,i; 54
December . . . . \u25a0. a 50% . Cl % •.' 50% \u25a0"\u25a0'. * 51 «
,Oat»— . : A; -. *,
July \u25a0-..-. 1 .:\u25a0;. . 45% 49% 45% 49%
September".... '?• 58% 30% 38% SSVt
May-.......:,.' .40%, • 41% / 40"^ .'4l%'
; Mess Pork, - pcr f bbl— '/'-".-\u25a0
July .........16.20 16.30 16.17%. '16.20
September : : . .16.37%-. 16.42% 10.37% 16.37%
1 , Lard, per 100. lbs— "'.-.; . -<: , i : .*- \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0- A• -
Ju1yr........:. ; 9.10 -' -9.15 • .'\u25a0-• 9.07%'f 0.10 *
Septembers..^. '.9.27*4 tV'0.12%" :9.25: 9.25 • « 27*4'
Short " Bibs, per ; 100 ' lbs — . '\u0084
July .-, ...;..... 8.72% .8.80 -8.82% 8.75 :
September . . . . > 8.90, \u25a0\u25a0... 1 8.95 -V. 8.77% 8.90 ;l
. - Cntth, Grain and Provittlona >
; ? CHICAGO, .. June 3. — Cash quota tions ' were^'iiV
fojlows : . Flour, * steady.- : No. * 2 spring :• wheat.
[email protected]%; No. > 3- [email protected]:jX0.^2 red.^[email protected]
fi6%c: ; X0.;2jc0m,;54*[email protected]%c;; No. •' 2 ' yellow,
£>4%c; .No. 2 ;oats,-49*) B e; i -N0.:,3*:wh1te,»46%@
48% c; '; No." 2- rye.> S3c; \falr to- choice .malting
barley,'^ [email protected]; .'. No.*? 1^ northwestern I flax • soptl,
$1.31% ; ,. prim e: timothy 3 seed;;, s4.7s; t clover con
tract grades;.? $15.25 ; -. short C ribs,* 17 - sides *-» ( lobie) ,*
[email protected];: mess pork;, per. bbl, i; $lC.l2%@l6.*i*i;
lard, ':.* per "- 100 : 1b5,*559.02% ; short * clear £ sides
(boxed),': [email protected]; 1 whisky. \u25a0 basis ) of high > winus,:
$1.31;-...-. • • v' ,ii-*V"y ./\u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0, '- v i .ii:-: w .;.- : .'i- ; *"..'.^ •.' :..-,v.:,-
\u25a0-' Artlcles-^-"*!^ I-. . . Receipts.; Shipments:
Flour;' barrels • ... ."".'.' .... . . .*.< 32,200 \u25a0\u25a0— *\u25a0'. -.-: 18,000
Wheat, bushels • IZZXZTtiTTT.^ 48,400 ', S " "\u25a0*- 17,900
Corn,;. bushels t;^T:.~r.";T.:: 109,200 ' - 7J 680,500
Oats, s bushels ; .' ;;.*. ." .7 r; . '.. V 3 . 318,000 i"i; \~i 205,300
Rye; . bushels HT ."*.: rr.*~;. ",T.^i 3,000 / ~ %i".;;7r; . '
Barley, bushels >".r.'7:7;".'."i-':T 31,400 11,000
r-.*'^-V> - Butter, "^Cheeaej* and^llSajita^i': .'•:'
:.-* CHICAGO,? June 3.-^-On "the^- produce \ exchange
today '4. the s butter t market * was » steady. V- 7 ." Cream"
erles," [email protected]%c;;dalriesA-17(321c. r ;•;,:.;:.\u25a0;\u25a0„ j •;
• Eggs — Steady -, at t mark, 1 cases ' Included •;. 14 "Ac ;
firKts, , 14c; prime , firsts,^ 15c."< '; v -»•;-. - c ;
•Cheese— Steady:»[email protected]%c.v; ;•
•\ '\u25a0::' Eaatern* Livestocks Market T . \u0084
:' CHICAGO,\ Jnne *3.-^Cartlc— Becelpls, 1 124.000.-
Market; steady.; to T 10c - higher."
6.65; a cows,- [email protected]; «^ helf ers.VK. [email protected];
calves," [email protected]: ; good Ito .prime steers." 1 [email protected]
6.65 ; f .poor . to .• medium, [email protected] ; ; stockers ' ami
feeders;: [email protected]; ,. \u0084',;--''/.j;>. ,',;--''/.j;> \u25a0^/\u25a0\u25a0*;;-- ,< : .•:.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : \u25a0'\u25a0' ••\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'
Hogs— Receipts. . 4*".00 O. ' Market ' weak to \u25a0 ">c
lower;; [email protected];inlie(l, [email protected]*>*>heavy,I [email protected]*>*>
heavy, „ [email protected]; g rough "#% [email protected]; V k plgs ;
[email protected];J good' to> choice heavy,*" [email protected] -'
'. - Sheep— Receipts,-^ 15,000."v^ Market < strong.''.! Kti
tires "and western."^ [email protected];Tyearllngs,*. $6 °0
@7; •; lambs and"* westerns,^ [email protected] , '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0'' ;:?;t-Z$
Los ADgelfs.Marketg
LOS •? ANGELES,*? June 3 3.— AY strong - demand '
ample! receipts ! and I the ) presence |of i orders j from
other,', points t combined t; to *»- make p the j produce
market \u25a0 steady," today » in ~\ all illnes ; of '\u25a0 goods ban
died.*?*Eggsi- range p.from 1 [email protected],> despite & the
quotations. & The s lower.*' price * Is % for j northern
shlpments.V which >«rej arriving 1 in \ poori condition '
and is the J higher it quotation ris js for * strictly s fancy :
stocks."? •; The 'i average % prlceiils 2 22%c.7?J Butter
Is : firm I and ; dealers \ have ; come _\o \ the ! conclusion
that prices .will remain v up throughout \u25a0 the I season.*'
r A "year • ago '•\u25a0 butter; was selling \u25a0at i 10 ' cents i below
the fe present » nrlce.'tw and £ inasmuch Ju'as 7 there lis
every.- probability J of - a i shortage i. this * year • there
Is f not vllkely ? to \ be J any S marked 1 reductions s In
prices. Sa New 'potatoes^of S good ' quality are ' dis
placing J the ! old ( stocks t and | the I couditlon ; of i the
supply.^ haa^irreaUyx* Improved.* ' The -.' demand
for . poultry ', exceeds * tbe ' supply^raS*^s*KBßgsj**j*«
'\u25a0'i Produce * receipts: g* Ejtsrs. : 612 f, cases ; ?, butter
78,380 % pounds ; • cheese;;* 5,980 j* pounds ; '< potatoes?
111 1 The followln? prices" are based on actual 'sales:
\u25a0;» .*. Eggs-r^ Local 1 ranch."- candled;' 22%e ; i local rancb.
case > count.*;
is Butter— Creamery extras?! 55c; ( ereameryilrsts*
52%c;idaJr**^[email protected]%c.'.; A'^ ,.; • .- ,if/T;i
•:4 Cheese— Northern fresh; \u25a0 13c ; anchor large, 18c,
anchor /Youngs America." 19e; : anchor ' hand, j 20c,
eastern a singles, •* 18® 19c : * eastern 3 twins,* I8c ;
fasterD» Cheddars,^ [email protected]^c;S eastern* longboro.
[email protected] : I eastera/dalsy. ' l»c ; i Swiss.ii Imported,
32p ; i Swlaa,- domestic* 22c : i llmburger. -\u25a0 13c. i- ; \u25a0\u25a0 \ .g
m Potatoes 1 (per s Ctl)— ldaho;. $1.7502 ; ? polorado.
*[email protected]; ft Wisconsin^ [email protected] ; I Minnesota, t %l. to
©2:^BurbankBn(nrW.rBtock); 12.25^2.50; 5 new,
early <jr0ne.^ 52.2302.50: Blisa i euly, " trlnmpn
(new),? $2(92 25 " "~ \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •' • •" ;">'\u25a0"-- "3 *-"\u25a0'*"\u25a0'
Onlons^lmperlal 'f bermudas, $2 crate, ,f $3.25
sack ; s sllyersklns."-52.75 ; I garlic, -, 11 ®13c ; : chills, ,
eraporated.'S [email protected]&; . sundrled. [email protected]; i gronnd, \
12^c;i Mexican. bulk;:l2%Ql3c..;;>'^<2?t-$
M Beans 1 (per : ctl)— Pink Jfio. i I,* s3; Uma No. 51*
[email protected]; ,. Lady \u25a0 Washington »No. - I.' $3; , L«dy,
Washington : small 1 white \u25a0> No. <l: $3.so ; , blajkere.
$5.50ftiG.50; garranzas, [email protected]; ; lentils,*- 12%®
15c ;lb.';: v;.>s..'/'-;i:fv ;.>s..'/'-;i:f| :-.-': -iX ; ' j;- - : •''"\u25a0' \u25a0"' *.\u25a0'\u25a0•\u25a0*•'\u25a0> ? - v ' : *
•\u25a0£ Poultry; i buying';; prices, " H»« »«lf ht, - P«r ; lb—
Broilers, si; lb l , to - lVi^ lbs. t not ' wanted; f, H4 \u25a0 lba
to 2% lbs,- 20c; fryers.^ under a lbs," 20c; roasters,'
3 i or s more ;ibs,^l7c; p bens," -13c;! stags v and t old
ropsterg, . 7c ; I turkeys I heaTy," 17c ; I turkeya light,'
not . wanted ; s ducks. \u25a0> 12c ; geese, » l2c ; squabs . and
plßeons, J [email protected] : per* doaen.T. - C^.>' --'\u25a0 ,v-"i, v -"i S>;
w Selling prices.! frozen dressed eastern stock per
lt> — Hens,; [email protected]*young roosters,"' l9%e ; irxyera,^
19c ; broilers;- 26c ; turkeys,' old torn*. 21 %c ; youn*
toms; 23c; hens, 1 22%c;geeae,' 17c; ducka,,lBc. n
M Honey— Comb, .'water white, ?1 lb frtmea, ilSQ
' 16c ; •; ligh t S amber, r " : 13(8 14c ; ' extracted ;, water
white,- CO *lb 1 c«ns. E 7®7Uc : ; light : amber, ': 60 . lb
cans '- 7c :^ii^^_ , '\u25a0;\u25a0:-:.. x- \u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:
MISCELLAIVEOUS MARKETS
:•\u25a0\u25a0"•\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0".'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 Forela?a» Fatnresj
\u25a0„. \u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 " LIVEBPOOL ' b
»• Wheat— ;\u25a0 \u25a0> . --' • • - ' July. \ - Sept.
Opening :.':. : ...^..:...:i. ;.;;.. iMts ;TS*ss'
Closing, V..\vv;r.'.v.tr;::r.v.r. ; 7 1% 7 3*4"
\u25a0\u25a0•:•\u25a0':\u25a0 'i.^--, ••\u25a0'\u25a0• '\u25a0'\u25a0.- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.•\u25a0:- PABIB'- -• \u25a0'\u25a0 ;v; v '\u25a0'\u25a0:'-\u25a0:\u25a0''\u25a0-•
-Wheat— June. r : Sept. -Dec.
Opening !;......,.....'..... i. 25 85 -TV , ; 2400 *\u25a0•-
Closing ..:...........;.T..;; 25 tW .'23 95
-Flour—'..-'- i — :• ' .-.\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0•; r.. '•'.;• ..\.-> \u25a0
Opening-'..':...:;.;.-....:.;.. S3 60 \u25a0, 81 95 ;
Closing f". . ; ; . .-.- ; .r.-; ; ; ;...'. \8385 ' ; '31 95
.b •\u25a0:!•: : l'[si.y Ijoulu \{Wool] Market \u25a0 ...
y ST. LOUIS,' June 3.— Market steady; medium
grades, combing and clothing. [email protected] light fine,
21 fS2I %c ; ' heavy > fine/ [email protected] ; . tub-waahed,> 80
@37c. -.\u25a0,;\u25a0\u25a0•;..' \u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"':.:'-..,->\u25a0:--:-.\u25a0"'/\u25a0.\u25a0;- -.' : . ',"• \u25a0
s\u25a0\u25a0 -'• • \u25a0* ' >\u25a0'. . Hop* { In ' "London . -j* "S - ; .' - • 'i . '
'<\u25a0\u25a0 LIVERPOOL,* Jone \u25a0. 3.-^-Hops i in London, ; Pa
cific coast,; quiet, r £2 ,165Q£3 " 6s. - '>' V ;,
C'\u25a0 : Nortlie-rn' Wheat Market :V r i
:i3agWßagK; obegon
. PORTLAND, - June 3.— Club, 86 Q87c ; blue
stem,:[email protected];tTalley, 85c; i red, 85c.
"."- '\u25a0"• '- "\u25a0-' -'-\u25a0 .-"-. «\u25a0 .WASHINGTON :•••'\u25a0;\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 >V -."\u25a0
\u25a0.-\u25a0-\u25a0 TACOMA, Jane : 3 Market weak, and prices
will probably; decline* tomorrow.'". Export quota
tions : ; Blue \u25a0 stem, 87c ; club, ; 85c ; red, 82c. ; -\u25a0- M
*'+-.'.\u25a0\u25a0'''-'; , '• ':':' : '.» '.'jt \u25a0'\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -«-- •»/ :. ;'\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0'• "\u25a0
'\u25a0 :-•\u25a0\u25a0 ---.-\u25a0'" Northers Bnilness ''\u25a0:'''"\u25a0'' ' '"*.'
..TACOMA;**' June 3.— Clearings, \ $8*4,029; bil
ances,; $71,051. -.-,-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- • . ; . . -.
:f: f SEATTLE,: June 3.— Clesrlngs, $1,984,T29; bal
anoee,') $233^062.- \u25a0->\u25a0.. -: . - ; ;.
v^PORTLAND, June 3.— Clearings.. $1,889,713;
balances," $155,522. '\u25a0-".* "' \u25a0 : \u25a0 \u25a0 • »
'^ SPOK ANE, T.June 3.— Clearings, $1,346,397;
balances, ; sl62,ls6." -\u25a0' ' •'. -'...- s •:."•:
LOCAL MARKETS
Exch.n«e a.d V Bollloa .
\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0".•..\u25a0••\u25a0 -.VV-*. :r:-'- LOCAL' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: "" \
Sterllng;exchange,y6odays;.'..... J— -04.84 >
Sterling; exchange," sight,-. ...... . . - — " ©4.87
Sterling ! exchange,' cables '< . . . ..... — '\u25a0\u25a0 C 54 .8 3. L
New -York exchange."; sight: . .".' ..-..'\u25a0 \u0094 \(® '\u25a0' -s par
New JYork . exchange. . telegraphic. . , — © '.02%
Silver, \u25a0 per ounce \u25a0.:... .". ..' . ..'.-; . ; * Vt U © ; —
-Mexican: dollars,", nominal- ..'.:'..:. — <"£ — ". '<
*v%;: - r" ' CONTINENTAL '.'*?\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0 v' ; " - :
New :Tork i on ; ' Paris ... ........... ;.\. . • 616*4
New ; York on' MesicoT. ; . .V. ; , . . .Y. ;.»*., 200%
Paris on ' London f. ; :v. 7. V; . .%.'... . ; . ; ; r.25. 12%
Berlin'fon;London-;*:Vj.;..v.r;.';v.:i.'. '.' . — ,
\u25a0/vT'.\i-HjWhemt * and Other : Grains '\- '\u25a0. : .." I
•iWhest— Thelworld's?; shipments t for theiweik"
were ass follows,-- In I quarters : .< I Russian, 1 280,000;
Danublan.'i 222,ooo; -Argentine/ 277,000;:- Indian.
"9.000; ' Australian, \7o, ooo.;- - :•-.'' ;.;, v
*4 Better .weather.' and J large world's shipment!
made-Mower cables ; and' Liverpool ' futures j wer«
off. :, Chicago declined %c.^ ..'/ ;
; Snow, - - the ' statist Iclan, - ; gives . the -' Nebraska
crop at 33,000.000 bushels, against 53,000,000 In
1006, \u25a0' and says > that - tbe winter r wheat crop ;la
40,000,000, bushels less than! a month ago. - -'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0
The;crop inspector: for the Texas Miller .'says
that i conditions In Oklahoma, Nebraska, . Kansas,
Ohio,, lllinois and Indiana are the worst he- erer
BaW.'l' \u25a0'<<:>.'\u25a0.•: '" '"**--'•\u25a0 "''-\u25a0 *-'i*r :\u25a0..'\u25a0\u25a0':"<\u25a0:\u25a0 "•' X .. "\u25a0.'.
\i This v market was j lower '. as to ; futures and
weak; and s dull; asito all; off grades; of .wheat
The s better grades, . however, are still i lav light
supply I and firm, -, with bnyers ! and sellers apart.
Quotations ' are unchanged. ? The .' stock " on ; hand
In i warehouse ? and on". wharf s June - 1 appears in
the ; first; column. 1 -*?^' r ,r- V.. -, - . ' -- -\u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0•'\u25a0&
;.«;-iv:^?;^;. t ; CASH .'WHEAT'V \u25a0;-.'\u25a0-.:• - . -: \u25a0";'
•I < ;*J.U f ? rn * a r club< *l-«%(31.50; Jdo milling,
11.50^1.52*4; ;,; California; :\ white- Autrallan i
$1 .52% @105 ; i lower gradea ; of : Callfonila, $1.20
@1.3< % ?i northern . club, $1;45Q1.47%;; northern
bluest em, $1.52%@i.62% ; '. northern re4;i $1.45
@1.47% per ctl..: •\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0- ?.'? .' ; ' \u25a0;'• t • ,
il^-V'." : - "-*\u25a0•• :: '' ? '-"^FUTURES':? \u25a0"; ' ::
, > *- i ; - \u25a0"•-.\u25a0» '.; . 10:30 a. - m/j session!
|-December— sl.67%. ----- - . ' * v .'
fa. Barley— Receipts ; yesterday -.wer»' fre« , and the
market ; was ' dull ; and '\u25a0 unchanged. / The stock : la
warehouse \ and on wha rf June V appears In the
first column. * y^.<r-..i -.-:;-/.-••
'-;y>:'r i: • •./'- :cash babjlet <v--'---^ \u25a0•\u25a0
'.Good. to choice feed, spot, ' |1.20Q1.22%; com
mon to fair, .sl.l3<ai.l7%- per ctl; brewing and
sh pping/, [email protected]% ier ctl; I chermller, . $1.20
<gi1.40 per ctl. : ;-> S .-r; *-.-.• \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:.: — -.
-- ;•',;.- . FUTOBES - \ \- r ' [•'\u25a0/-\u25a0'('r-'t
;10v to JU}BO a. - m. "• session ': - - -
.;;\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\jQpen.-i' High. \u25a0 Low. '-\u0084 Close.
December * . . V. . . |ftl.2G * 4 $1.20%' |1.2S ' $1.26*4
- Oats— There r Is .; nothing ? further i new/ in ;: this
market. <\u25a0• The cfeellng continues more or - : less
weak; ; owing ito | the large i stocks on hand • In', the
north | and ' Increased offerings 'In i this market."
\u25a0«- Goodftto'=cholce^red,isl.6o(ai.76;r common to
fair. [email protected],-i ; \u25a0 white, $1.0501.76; ' Black.' aoin
inal; gray. c 51.6 51 peri ctl. f-.i , r ,
*_ Corn — The situation ( remains . as : before . stated.'
The stock ! on : band Is only ,145 tons,' as will *be
seen In the firs/ column. -\u0084'-:.' - ;, , r h:
\u25a0':l California *< nmall :'-• round V yellow;- $1.6001.60;
laree; yellow,l $1.05*31.60; -. white, 1 ; nominal; swest-
J r i?« Btute ' \u25a0 acke ' 1 yellow, i guaranteed dry.l $1,554*
1.60 .spot and $1.45(81.50 to arrire; > mixed,- nor
n and Farisseeoas Goods '
..-\u25a0\u25a0. Flour— California ii family J extras,*'; $0.20(35.70
npt, without discount: bakers' extra, $5.20®
545 ; superfine, i $4.1 0©4.30; i Oregon | and 'waah
l»l »* ton .- Pe**- bbl.'s4.9ofa/s^o for family and $4.25
@4.30 for; cut off.-:,., *\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;;' ;v.:" v \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0. a \u25a0:- >»\u25a0\u25a0:
. Farinaceous * Goods— Prices •; In . packages, net
cash; no discount;' are : as { follows : Graham \u25a0 flour.
\u26663 ;,***> 100 * lbs ;^ rye:? f10ur,, '13.40;: rye. meal!
W.~0; ; rice ; flour, ; $7.20; ; corn j meal, < $2.75 ;' extra
27?™ '• a ° r ' $3-40 ; oat - meal,? s4. lo ; oat BToats.
$4.30; hominy,-. [email protected]; • buckwheat flour,*; s4;
cracke^ wheat.' s3.3o; farina, :s4.2o; wholewheat
SgHMH? I ' rolled °* t *'' bWB> *«®T-25; 1b aacka,*
$6.50®6.75; i rolled ? wheat. > bbls,- $4.30; . In sacks
$3.80; . pearl barley,* $5.40; | split ' peas, boxes," $5;
green ; peaa,' : $3 per .; 100 ; lbs. : - ~ --, . ' : . -
:]: ] : ~y-.\*. - \u25a0 Bay aid Feedstuff! ':\u25a0'.'.*\u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0'* '-\u25a0",-;
'''New hay, la coming In every day now and sell
ing within the ; quoted range. ,* It is almost alto
gether ; ; Tolunteer;; wild ; oat, /which •:I: Is t a'.Tery
large, crop: this iyear.'Ji Pine grain bay bids fair
to= be In t light k supply.'-- .'>\u25a0."\u25a0-"\u25a0.' r t
'.'Quite a line of feedstuffs came In from various
soureeH yesterday.- The * market r was easy and
unchanged.*".:^.*.'-.:- -fji.r-; :>\u25a0\u25a0 •-" \u25a0_\u25a0:. .\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0• x* .;: \u25a0; «,
\u25a0^S'an— s2o*322 i per; ton. -„.--. - \u25a0/
MidUliugs— 127®30 per ton. . \u25a0 •-",'...
\u25a0~ Shorts— s2o.so<&22.so , per , t0n. ..:;...;.." J - ,
•\u25a0\u25a0> Feedstuffs--Bolled S3 barley, 'r; $27®28 ; vft mixed
feed, 1 521Q24 ; I oilcake meal; j nominal; \u25a0>\u25a0 cocoanut
cake^ormeal at^mUls,-;s2o*in 10 and $2flLSo.ln'S
ton | lots ; \ jobbing,' $27 ; i corn meal;: $32 ; I cracked
corn, ; $33 ; > broom \u25a0\u25a0 corn , f eed, 00c<3!$l \u25a0 per < ctl ; ; al
falfa meal, : carload I lots, $a 0.50; Jobbing, $21.50
per ton ; i mealfalf •,-;\u25a0 $20.50; 1 Jobbing;, $21.60. W%>
w^Hay— Choice • wheat, [email protected] - per i ton; * good
wheat, i; [email protected] ;*; others gradea i wheat,-J $15017;
wheat and oat; [email protected] ; tame <>at, $l**@2o; | wUd
oat, $9® 14; alfalfa, [email protected];' stock, $B*3lo per
ton.';. \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0.;\u25a0:,'•.\u25a0.;-\u25a0.-':.— .\u25a0: ;:.\u25a0-, . /. '"*V- \u25a0.\u25a0-'; .^. -\u25a0•'- .y \
v Straw— [email protected] ; per* baleJ;/ :i'£'}i\~*r£'Vu
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.., " r .-:,;'BeaaaKa*Bdi-Seed«e/f-'.l"/ ! v^ < .' : !.
I\u25a0' Conditions in \ beans ! remain' unchanged. Llmaa
rn i'l flrm ' at ; the i adranced I priees.t; in { sympathy
wl th . the i primary j markets ; down \u25a0 south. ,' c^-. ':.<\u25a0-,. >
m Beans | (per ; ctl)— Bayos, [email protected]; pea»*( $3.25(9
2">0; small white, $2.K0«a,3; large white, $2.4u«
260 ;! pink; r [email protected] ; ; red' : $3.33 @3 JIO; » llmaa,
*4 .7.* i (a, 4. 80 ; red k idneys, $3.50®3.70 ; | blackey es,
$4 .uofG 3 ; butter,: $4.50(35 ; I horse beans,*; s2O2.2S;
cranberry h beans,^ $3«[email protected];- '> • -- «."" >' v: \u25a0 ;
ii Seeds— Brown s mustard.s [email protected]%c ; * yellow I mus-"
t»rd, nominal; flaxseed,; 3*4 @3%c; canary, 4©
4 "^n; alfalfa, I4*,<,<air)c: rape. l«8%c; timothy,
nominal; hemp- sc;, millet, 3%c per, lb; broom
corn seed.s>By2o per t0n. ... , \u25a0 -^> ." V- .-. \u25a0>-. iV - ...
m Dried | Peas — Niles,'' nominal ; green ' peas,'. $2.50
@2.75:; pet.. ctl. i '\u0084 -
y '."\u25a0:\u25a0- Potatoe*, baloa* ''and tVVc««t«Mes iv^N
•'r.'VVlth £ receipts s over 5 Sunday* heavy 7s and 'J the
carry over I from s Saturday I large, -' the *) market
y** \u25a0 very Tlberally ,\u25a0 supplied with ( new ; potatoes;
and I prices > were •• weak ; and : unsustalned, . It : being
di/flcult :• to j obtain I tbe ?. top I quotation * of . j 3c I per
pound for. round | lots of whites.; Now \u25a0 that I boxed
goods ( are j arriving j freely » from j tbe | rl-rer, 1 ; sacked
lots i from across ; t be ; bay have I taken la ' secondary
place " and ; values in* them P will I be ' governed [en
tirely f by,*; the B former s in f the S future.**! The I In
creased competition : of new I stock -caused |an eta
lerj market -for old 1 crop • table \u25a0 potatoes, ; and * al
though * handlers •of I the latter were I still < holding.
on t ': for i stiff prices 111 1 be \u25a0 general r feeling t was < one
of. easiness. Onions f werej unchanged.! with I buy-
era \u25a0at ill j running I largely ion I new! reUs, the •\u25a0 other
descriptions j being i neglected.-#*^-g|^f«lfflf A- • ig&
m There were liberal I arrirala of most descriptions
of .. vegetables from >\ various ? sections '. and * with
the exception fof I asparagus ' and :\u25a0\u25a0 rhubarb ; prices
for r. everything /on % the & list I had I a » downward
tendency. \u25a0S.Tbe. | canners I kept I the j market ! cleaned
up . on asparagus;: while ? rhubarb was ' strong : un
der j extremely , light ', arrivals. - Cucumbers, , toma
toes *i and s string | beans h were % pouring- s in c from
several t sections i and : all \u25a0 three .were 1 lower.HMW^ssK
m Potatoes iS (per r^ cU)— BWer k whites, f $1.75©2;
Oregon a Burbanks, ; $2.2602.65; : eastern Burbanka,
[email protected]; » easterns rurals,?, $1.6901.85; *j new *p>
tatoes;fc [email protected] >f0r '\u25a0 early'- rose and .' $2.80©8
for " ™hl\*~£fyjtoSt£B&sUßm*Jm&&^W»mii><&
\u25a0^Onions-^Newi red/;51.75®2 per sack; i ßermuda,
$l.»[email protected] 1 per crate; Australian, $303.50 iper j etk
- Vegetables-Asparagrai, 6© 10c per, lb for «es>
era! offerings \u25a0 and \u25a0' 1 [email protected] 12 Vie for ; extra ; . rhubarb.
$1.23(3 1.73 '. per. box ; - green ' peas, . [email protected] • per lb ;
tomatoes, local, - [email protected] per i crate;; do Mexican,
[email protected] , per crate; ; string beans. 4©6 c per. lb
for t southern I and 1 [email protected] I for T j northern : | summer
squash. $1 @1.50 1 per box ; egg plant,'", 23c ; per lb; :
cucumbers, $1 [email protected] '. per \u25a0 box \u25a0for $ Mary srille
and $1 ©1.25 1 for, southern I per box ; '. garlic. I ,[email protected],
per lb; ; cabbage^, $I.7o(g2^per > ctl; „ cauliflower,
[email protected] per doaen; carrots, $1 per sack; turnips,
1161.90 , peri sack.' r \u25a0\u25a0;.\u25a0.;.\u25a0,:\u25a0, ;\u25a0-)., y\\.y_ ' "._ ;'\u25a0\u25a0:
*;;.s,. \u0084'"Vv:.'.''Ponltiryiaißd?Game--- -* -;.•-\u25a0\u25a0_;' ; £
• - A •" ; car \u25a0 of ' western ;' hens * was ij marketed * yes^" ;
\u25a0terday.* and :: r met % with a a r merely -- fair f Inquiry; ;
$7.50 -a - • dozen ', being ? the -" ruling \u25a0 price .' for Ken- ,
eral -- offerings. -\u25a0'\u25a0 \ There was practically J. no s mar- \u25a0
ket I for I domestic stock,* as there was very I little i
offering .' aside s from 1 what .;. was held, over. 1 from
Saturday,"' and t buyers H were .* paying ; ; but t little
attention { to *. that. • s What \u25a0 little ,' game 'came " in
was more or less ! tainted because of the hot
weather In the - Interior and had to be sold
quickly , or ' thrown : away .\u25a0 •: • :.';. . v >" --.
\u25a0fc Poultry »'(per' dozen* — Hens,*- $6® 7. 50, f0r large
and [email protected] for 8tnall;. old rooster*, $4(^4.50;
young * roosters.'T— [email protected]; - v h fryers,>-- [email protected] .^for
large : and ; [email protected] for small: broilers, $4® 5 lor
large .'and! $2.50(33.50 for small; pigeons/ [email protected]
1.50; squabs, [email protected]; ducks, $6<g)7.* for young
and [email protected] - for? old; '- goslings,'/ [email protected] per
pair;, geese," $2: per. pair. •-. . .-.-.-. ':i--< - ' \ .
' Game— Hare,'- [email protected]; cottontail/ rabbits,
[email protected] v ;•! -. •- :: .::z^ [ + ;.^- \\'" \u25a0 '\u25a0 '' . ';\u25a0-.
'\u25a0 ; ;\u25a0 Butter, Cheese and } Eggs
, The \u25a0 situation i In ' this it market - remained '\u25a0 Just
about \u25a0 the < same j" a»T at - the. ' close i of.: last j. week,'
and the 3 official su exchange :"", report . \u25a0 showed eno
rarlatlon '\u25a0 wha terer i from Saturday. I Business >in
butter J and p eggs * contlnned /quiet, i particularly
on | local ! aeeount»i but . both :artlclea j seemed I to be
showing \ more : tone. "I. The .-; receipts '<\u25a0 of "• butter
from 3 Humboldt »i were i comparatlTely \u25a0; light * anJ
the :, surplus 2 was read ily : cared ; for , by . pickl inj?
and < storing,', while > the arrirala of • eggs - showed
a (\u25a0\u25a0 marked ». decrease. *.> Sections s. In *-, the X south,
.which ;i: had >• prerlously < been >. sending - in* \u25a0* large:
shipments >of \ store 1 eggs,-*- are I now | shipping • to
Los Angeles,'. l and s supplies ( of « cheap - stock " in
this « market \u25a0 are ; becoming ' less burdensome * : a*
a remit. The proportion of strictly line extras
in I the I receipts is i becoming \u25a0 light,- as > usual, at
thlg v season, ; and r this t grade - would be \u25a0 highor
If market i conditions were: normaL< The - de
mand ; for cheese continued j brisk, ; business being
mainly of a shipping character.*^ On •> the ex
change 60 new i fancy flats were: sold at 13c. - '-
J* Receipts ,; were j. 88.600 \u0084 lbs i. butter,- 3,500 '• ibs
cheese and -; 1,054 ' cases ' eggs/ • '. r. .•-,\u25a0• . . •
: ; The " following « are s the - official • quotations as
est abiished \u25a0 by. sales, 'bids and offers on > the floor
of the dairy exchange: -' . \u25a0;>'*
\u25a0 Bu ttei<— r resli /. creamery. ' extras, . 23c • per • ?b,
firm; do firsts, 22M>e. firm; secoads, 22c, flnn;
packing: atock,^ 2oc, firm. ---• \u25a0 -. s \, : . _-
• Cheese— Fancy j California ;new '. flats, - : 13c per
Ib,~ firm: ' firsts, 1 12 c," firm; "new young \u25a0 Americas,
fancy, • 14%e,- firm ; . firsts, -14c,: firm ; eastern stor
age, fancy.lSc, firm."-.-. .'-. \u25a0:-.--; ». '
Eggs — California:- fresh extras, 20c V per .:*dozV
nrm; 18 V»c, firm; seconds, - 17c."- firm •
thirds, 16e, firm. •-.-.;• \u25a0;-;\u25a0•-. , : v. fc- .
" De«f daous : and : Citrua Pralts
- The first watermelons fori the season appeared
from Brawley \u25a0 In ,' southern ; California. ..-."A barrel
containing 10 fair siaed and well matured melons
came in - and was " quickly : closed \u25a0 out -' at $1.25
e«ch. 7; Cantaloupes : from - the ' same < region were
In increased supply, and , with the ' weather
against their ', sale they < were " weak at \u25a0 reduced
rates. .-.Receipts of orchard fruits were" about up
to i the \u25a0 aterage, and .prices ' for good • atock , held
steady; [with ; cherries and • apricots still ' the best
sellers. Peaches, plums and new apples showing
color sold In a small' way at more or less nom
inal \ prices. \ whUe gsoeral : offerings .of . all three
descriptions were practically unsalable, being too
green jto "j attract , custom." * There • was •" a r good
market for all kinds of berries, and strawberries,
being : In light ! receipt,"; did \ better. \u25a0 The demand
for currants was still rather light,*, but with tha
supply likewise prices held steady.- Citrus fruits
were dull but | Brtn, neTertheless, - as stocks : wer«
well concentrated 'In strong hands. - \u25a0
MBerrtes-^Strawberrles, [email protected] per chest tor
Longworths and $«@ 10 for the \u25a0 large'. Tarletles ;
raspberries.'. $10® 15 per cbest ; and [email protected] ' per
crate ; I blackberries, [email protected] per chest for prim
ers and for genuine;: loganberries, :[email protected] por
chest : and --: per ; crate ; ; gooseberries, .\u25a0 <[email protected]
per drawer r for common ' and • [email protected] ' per Jlb for
English;-' :..">'.-- : -- '\u25a0-, ... ;: v V "C*'» - \u25a0.\u25a0 • — -->..\u25a0»;•
: Currants — 60ffii)0c - per drawer. >- •*
';Aprlcots-^[email protected] for boxeaand $1.50(31.75
for crates. -v.-v V..-., -v: -"\u25a0 '- \u25a0:-•. , \u25a0:*...•->.»\u25a0
Apples— Old crop, [email protected] per, box : i new, $1®
1.25 for large and ([email protected] for small boxes. »- . < \u25a0
- Cherries (per. drawer) — Blacks, [email protected]$l ; Royal
Anne. [email protected]$l; other Tarletles, :• [email protected]; loose,
[email protected] 10c - per \u25a0\u25a0 lb ! for Royal \u25a0 Anne, ; [email protected] . for blacks
and [email protected] for. whlte.:-."r-"r •'..;_-.> .. ; • =\u25a0 . ;- \u25a0•:.-':-•*
• Cantaloupes— s3. [email protected] 4 for large and $1*31.30
for small crates.' ;..»_,\u25a0 . '^ ':\u25a0•'.
' "[email protected] per box.'-.
X Plums — Clyman, $1.50 . per • crate ; cherry, , [email protected]
60c* peri drawer.' 1 ---. .;,\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0 -i..- .« \u25a0 's \u25a0 --\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0 '•\u25a0 .
frulta(per box)— NaTel oranges. [email protected]
3.50 for fancy; $1.75Q2.75 for choice and [email protected]
2.25 for t standards: seedlings, , [email protected]: " Va
lenclas, [email protected] ; I Mediterranean sweets, [email protected]
4; tangerines, • [email protected]; , lemons.'. $3.25©4 . for
fancy; [email protected] for choice and [email protected] for stand
ard; grapefruit,' [email protected] for seedless and [email protected]
2 for common; limes, [email protected] -; \u25a0 .'
-.Tropical fruits— Bananas, [email protected] 30 per'bunch
for Hawaiian and [email protected] for Central American;
pineapples, |3 per doeen. . ';j"-V^ \u25a0' ,
Dried \u25a0 Frnita, . RalHln*, Nats and j Honey
-I s . Prunes— Both ' spot and - future J have i again ' ad
ranced and buyers are aaM to be > paying as high
aa ; 2% (33 l-3c s for 1 100-120s • and ' upward. These
rery * small \ prunes - are worth > almost -, as _. much
as those running from 50 to 90.- Buyers < are still
purchasing ' 1907; prune s' Tery freely in : the " conn-:
try J and paying up to a 4c four sice . basis . for
them. >. ..\u25a0 . •-;\u25a0•- •.-'.\u25a0';" •'."'' '.-'I::':' .\u25a0-\u25a0 :
• - Some -\u25a0 changes " fa ' apples, peaches and pears
will be noted. \u25a0•— ".->-,-.->-- • -- \u25a0 .
' -Raisins are ; reported " selling In the sweatbox
at 5c per lb. with a Tery firm market. ". -'/
L \u25a0 Frnit»,> 1000 •' crop —^Apricots, 18©20 c per .: lb ;
eraporated apples, spot, .6© 7c ;. peaches," [email protected];
pears, [email protected]; prunes,*. 4 size %basis,'[email protected]:
large sizes, [email protected] "Future dellTerien of the 1907
crop are sell lag to packers at 3Vi<fJ4c per lb. / '.'
- ": Raisins— Seeded, 8%@10c: \ loose : muscateln,
8c, \u25a0* BHc ? and C B%c for . 2, \u25a0>>. 3 . and -4 \u25a0 crown,'; re-
B pectlrely: seedless sultanas, 7 Vi (3 7 He: Thomp
son's seedless, 7 H <S" % c- ' f or unbleached ; ; London
layers, nominal : clusters, nominal. . .
'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 Nuts — Almonds, nonpareils, l"[email protected]: I- X L,'
[email protected]; ne plus ultra, lfiQlSc; Drakes. l.^Vii
@14c; i,anguedocB, 13^@14c; hardshell, [email protected]
Walnuts;* jobbing / prices — Softshell. .. [email protected] | for
No.' 1 : and 1 [email protected] for No. 2; • Italian chestnuts,
CQSc^perilb.'i.-.-v/^- :\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0.;.\u25a0\u25a0'-;-,>\u25a0-,'*:\u25a0; ".: :j i :-:\u25a0\u25a0*-. •
*; Honey— New, fancy white comb,;l7c asked; old
handled,' offering in^k small way at s<£e. .
'•\u25a0 Provlsloni " ' -. .'. ;,\u25a0;.
There was nothing new to report yesterday.
•'Cured* Meats — Bacon,'?-15%c; per ; lb for I heavy.
15% @15 Vic for light medium, 10 Vic for light, 17
Ql7V4c ' for . extra i light ". and - 19® 21c > for « sugar
cured; v dry < taUed ; sides, *. 14c; ;.-. bellies. • 14% @
19c; i eastern sugar cured ; hams, [email protected] 174c;;Cali
fornia i hams, 1614 c; \u25a0• mess beef, $0 > per/; bbl ;
extra *i m«s, < $9.50; family, r $10; \u25a0<\u25a0- prime ~% mess
pork. $24 ; - extra clear, $27 ; mess, $25 ; pig pork,*
128 ;. pigs'.feet.. feet. $5; smoked beef. 1 14 c per lb.TJi* :
,;? Lard^ — Tierces . quoted iat •. 9%c i for -- California
compound, o%c ' for eastern compound, . and 1 12 c
for pure: half barrels, pure. 12V*c; \u25a0 50 • lb tins.
12% c; 10 ; lb :\u25a0 tins,' : 1234 c ;' 6-lb \u2666 tins, .\u25a0 12Tic; ? 3
lb tlns,:l3c. i: r '.
Cottolene— -On« Mialf .barrel. - lie; :. three ~ half
barrels/ 1014c; : one? tlercerao%c; two tierces,
10% c; n>e tierces. 10% c .; ;:-, v ; ''* -J&sfj&
\u25a0: : ; ; '.>' Hldea, TuVlaYr;\TN6o\\ and Hops . '•'.
\u25a0 .. Hides— Culls i and brands sell about Vi f (s lc un
der ; quotations. Heary r : salted steers, •* ll%c;'
medium.- 10Hc: light. l 6v 2 c; cow hides. lOVic for
heayy,*, 10% c', for 3 light; ' stags, } 8c; ? salted { kip,"
lOHc; salted iTeal,tT4c; i salted j calf, - 14^ic ; dry
hides, 1 20 c; - dry, klp,^ 19c; J dry. calf, , 24c; - sheep
sklns.i sUearJings. [email protected] each ; ; short 1 wool," BO<jj!
00c each ; t medium,': [email protected]$l ; • long c wool, $I.2s<yi
1.50; \u25a0 horsehides, salt, [email protected] ; fory large and
$2.50(83 . for t medium ; ; horsehides. . dry.? [email protected] ! for
large \u25a0- and 5 $1.25(32 - for: medium ; ' [email protected] ' for
small . and [email protected] for-, colts; ,? deerskins, dry
Mexican.-^ [email protected]; < dry •. salted ' Mexican, i- 35«
S7%c ; 8 dry '^'American;;.' [email protected] ; t ' goat
skins, prime angoras, 73c; extra large do, $1.50;
large, 60c ;v medium, 1 35c :- small. * 25c. < . •"' -'"\u25a0'»'" r ,
'» Tallowy-No.'* 1 1 rendered, . [email protected] ; ' No. 2, ; [email protected]
4Uc;?arease.":. [email protected]';.-v»-;"v..-.-?.v,x-; \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0/ " :.\u25a0• '•-<- -
• * Woof— Spring 5 clip: -: Northern : bright.^ 20©
24He; Mendocino, 1 [email protected]; * middle | county. - 18®
20c; San Joaquin. [email protected] 1 for I free I and ( I3<ftl4c
for defectlre. Fall clip;-- San Joaquln and south
ern, v [email protected] ; = fall * lamb/ [email protected] ;". Hnmboldt \u25a0-. and
M«ndodno, 13 @ 14c: *\u25a0' middle ; county. - • [email protected]:
northern ' free,*: [email protected]%c; ' Nerada; [email protected] . pcrlb
for'sprlng.?-,;; : .'-r' •\u25a0• '•*\u25a0\u25a0(- ' ' '\u25a0:•\u25a0•'. \u25a0.-*;\u25a0>-\u25a0 ;---»-v;^ ;1- .;
f? Hops— Choice,' * [email protected] ; i prime.'; 7® 7%c : %• com
mon, [email protected] per. lb. f Contracts for < 1907. crop," [email protected]
l.lC,p«r_;lb.v" : ';\"-"x : - - "',_*-.: :."' \u25a0;\u25a0;*\u25a0 "-.-\u25a0 •"; >-\u25a0'\u25a0*\u25a0 .-;_; " .; :
\u25a0>,^ . - : \u25a0\u25a0-'. ;-, i \u25a0', ' - • '~S Meat f- Harfcet .Cj. ."},' :.• '.'; r ' ; \u25a0 ... -H:
.' < Dressed ' beef " is ; again! slightly. 1 lower; and the
trade : report a weak 1 meat I market - all* along .' the
line, 1 with ] the tendency f downward." r . * ; \u25a0 -' .
:M>- DRESSED -MEATS \u25a0;- \u25a0 \u25a0::.- \u25a0\u25a0 i .'\u25a0 :_.': .
\u25a0 Slaughterers' a rates 'to dealers ; are ias f olU>ws :
Beef— «K @7%c per; lb : for < steers and r [email protected] V4c
f or Eeows.f f--"-" \- "'• -*'„-\u25a0: -v;.-'-' :'- --\u25a0-* ~-%:w \u25a0'•
SH.Veat— 7%QB%ci for , large' and seOVic.for
,sniaH.-:f:^»>'.'^-v A -V/. :•--:•'-: •. •;- -y-^-.-.t . ,?.-->? :i"^»
*0! MnttosMflOeiOHc i for L wethers, . - [email protected] %i for
•WM.7SV \u25a0;"-\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0•;?- :\u25a0-\u25a0;.:•- -il>£'':."-"^:--i 1 >£'':."-"^:--- --. ' "\u25a0•': T/K'^
Spring, "11% @12ci per lb.- ; -.\u25a0;\u25a0-.-•
*|Df«ised!l>ogs-^ll%#l2%ciper-Ib.;' : - 7
i. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -.-' -LIVESTOCK MARKETS* '.\k2s-i
; - The I following \u25a0 quotations :: are ; for.' good, sound
llrestock."* delirered - In £| San y, Francisco,* less ' 50
per cent i shrinkage for cattle:^"i*,^',lr;T.v--j i -!%:;\u25a0:
ii Cattle— Steers. Jt0.%1,^ 9c : '- second quality. [email protected]
B He: third quality. >.7«}Bc; * cows \u25a0 and * heifers.
7©7 14 c f or -No. 1 1 ; second * quality • 6 V& @7c, ; third
qoallty 6% Q6c; ; bnlls i and \u25a0 sUgs. -j 3©4 V4cJ-yr-,y-j.-:
M CalTes— Res%cs per ilb i for 'Tljrht.x 4H©scf for
medium and 4©4^c for beary, (gross weight)."^ «
WA Sheep— Wethers. - [email protected]^c i per / lb; -\u25a0 ewes. \ [email protected]
«Ci (gTOSS* weight).'^ •:-••\u25a0 --\u25a0.:- -"/.,i --".'.»••*•• -\u25a0-,y :
:^ttmbs^Sprin|f. ? [email protected] ; r - A ' \
> Hogs— loo to 200 lbs,- I% @Vkc per lb: 200 ' to
2501b5,7«i7V4c; boars 00 per, cent. -stags 30®
40 1 per j cent > and 1 sows ,[email protected] ; perj cent J off j from
aboye quotation!.' - \u25a0 v
.^1 . General .McVehaadlK
mßagsm Bags— San H Qneatln, »7%c; i%raln j bags,^ June-
July, , B%c;i wool ; bags, 42HQ4?Hc. : -"-!<,
m Coal— Wellington. $1 2 per ton ; New »-WelUni
ton,*: $12; -Bearer hill, • $10; t Coos \ bay, $10; > Rich
mond, $12; i Cumberland,"- $14 ; In I bulk and 1 $16 25
in ; sacks ; \u25a0 Welsh , anthracite.- - $15 : * coke, $17 per
ton ' in I bulk I and 1 $19 1 in I sacks ; { Rocky ; mountain '
nomlnaL-^-;/-hi-v.;*,>.**:. : :^-r \u0084.--.:£ -:. -- .1. j- \/ :: .^\u25a0 ; .:
.-"\u25a0OH — Quotations are for barrels. Linseed. ' 54c,
peri gallon I f or ,. boiled ; and ; 52c • for \u25a0 raw,? oases 1 6JF
mon ; > castor J oU;t in f cases, 1*;1 *; No.*i i;%75c "; 5 Bakers V
AA. > cases,; [email protected];lucol., soc for boiled: and
48c for raw; .China : nut. ;cases, 8."»@90s per gal
lon; cocoannt oil: In barrels.-58c for Cej lon i and
55c for Australisn; extrs bleached winter sperm
oil." 65c; 1 - natural .. winter sperm i 611 A «3e ; s natural
whale 1 oil,- s*c ; - extra : "later i strelaed i lard < oO;
85c; Xo.'l^ard.olMßSc^.pureneatsfiiibt oil. 75c;
No. s I » neatsfoot r oll/> 37? ie: herring ol!. •\u25a0 40c ; ' «al
mon. oil,- 33c; boiled flsh oU. 35c; paint oil. 33c.
?<i Coal oil/; gasoline, etc.— Water 1 white coal olJ.'
from itani i wagon.r [email protected] special, do. • 12% c;
pearl » oil,~ In \u25a0 cases, % 17c ; i a stra 1. * 17c ; * star,"- 17c;
extra 4 star.'; 20c: < Elaine, 26c; eocene. \u25a0\u25a0 IS*:; store
gasoline. \u25a0in i bulk; 17 %c- in cases 24c; No. 1 en
gine distillate, iron i barrels or drnms,Bc;*Xo.:2
do 6ii<\ cases 6»4<?. more; .benzine In bulk 12Vic
Incases 19c; 86 degree gasoline In bulk 30c. In
cases 36c.'...;:.-";-: *^ •-: . - :-•:•. '
»*Turpentlne-^B6c per gallon In cases and 79« c
In drums and Iron, barrels.- .'; ;...
Rosin— ls higher, as follows: Per bblof 2SO
lb«— E,\ $7.35 ; F, $7.45; • G,~ $7.60; 4 H, $7.70; ; I,
$5.50.> ->..;;--.-?..• .- •>;\u25a0 ,*\u25a0 • ...-„..- - .
- Red* and", white lead — Red . lead,' SVa^^c v per
Ibr white lead; [email protected],'» according to quantity..
,": Sngar-^.The -Western •, sugar I; refining company
quotes as ' follows, terras • n«>t cash: rCubes A,
crushed. 1 5.60 c;'.:; '.: powdered.-; 5.45 c; - candy - granu
lated,"s.4sc:ifrult, d0..5.40c; fine or coarse gran
ulated.VS.33c;sbest * grsnulated "(100 lb» bags
only). 5.23 c; confectioners' A." 5.33 c: magnolia A.
4.93 c: extra C.- 4. S3c:go»den C. 4.75 c; D. 4.63 c:
H and iE.'i crystal dorainos, 8.73 c :; tablets, half
bbla.- 5.85c; jboxPB. 6.10c_ per lb. Barrels and 50
lb bags 10c, half bbls 23c and boxes 50c more per
100? lbs for. all grades:-' A'o order taken . for less
than '7s barrels.or lU'equlvalent.-.
H> \" Receipts of Prodnce
r .' v FOR' MOXDAY.JUXE 3
Flour.'- qrsks./.;l4.2lo;s«Teenin)fs.-sks... . 531
Wbeat. ctls -;...' 6.5201 Hollpil . barley. - sks 2.630
Barley. Cetls. ;..r., 7.843| Leather. : rolls'... \u25a0 ZS
Oats. y ctls ; . . .-.;:-,. J9otT«Uow, .< etls . . . .' 1 i
P.etns,' rsks *:...•.\u25a0 408!li:des,'Xo- ...*... 695
Corn,- ct15^. ....;- 120;Pclts. No ..".... .21W
Bran, ika .:::.. 500lUm«». bbln .: 2.010
MiddHngs,': ska ..: Bls|Sngar. - ctls . S5O
Potatoes, sks '[: .. ?,370|Brandy. rals 200
Otlons. ' sks i ..... ll«> Wine.' gals , ". .53.00i>
Hay. '', tons - . - SlOlJ.cmber, :M ft.... 525
Hops.*; ba1e5 ,...;.:. 27 Oranges, bxs - .... 500
Wool-j ska ~. ....-' 509 Quicksilver, flasks .21
Feed.*; sks - .... ". -. - 3001 Apples.' bxs . . . . . ' 100
Shorts, sks -.....-2001
"^OREGON''
Flour.- qr. rti....~7;4CB|Bran. sks ....... 2.28.T
Wheat, ctla ....Sn.OOO] Shorts,, sks 1,020
Oats, ctls' .~...Y. 1,320;
X . . ;-.
Flcur,- qr Bks...;9,Bl6]\Vheat.: ctls r.. . S4O
THE STOCK-MARKET
I Southern -Nevada* ;. Still ' Decllnl>s—Xe
i ' vada ~ ll llls i a Notable Exception - . ' !
.Ther^ ;a : small « bond business of $33,000
on ; the : stock and , bond exchange yesterday," and
there was - hardly r anything doing in stocks.
Giant \ Powder t was ex \u25a0; dividend of 50c under i
the • rule. . There wa s a higher bid of SlOO for
California^. fruit Kcanners.7. The* followintf bonds
were :.ex coupon: -Northern California Hallway
5 - per. cent," $2.R0; . Northern - California > Pow.?r
5 ; per . cent. $2.50: Pacific Gas * Improvement. 4
per ; cent. $1 ; . S. •V. Water, general mortgage 4
j per cent, $2. . V. . . •, . \u25a0 \u25a0• ••
! -The Comstock ; mining * snares showed no ma
i.terial-.change and: business was quiet as a rule.
; .'.The ' southern Neva das were ' not • very active,
: and the "< tendency -was "still "downward, . with
: most .? of "\u25a0 the . leaders lower. ~~ Goldfield Consoli
dated sold downito $4.95. \u25a0 The feature of the
, day :\u25a0 on \u25a0 this \u25a0 exchange was " the . : sharp advance
In ; Nevada " Hills from > $4.45 -as ' the previous
closing price, to $5, with active bidding for the
stock.;-' -.; \u25a0.- -. -,:-- - -
STOCK AXD BO.\D EXCHANGE
MONDAY,"- June 3—10:30 a. m. i
\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0./ : \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0- — — ' .:...- - I
• UNITED STATES BONDS
' ; '**'ji ' --.\rj Bid. Ask. • ... . • Bid. Ask.
4s?qr coup.. — - 101"^ 4s qr cp new. 129 —
4a"Tqr .reg..." ~pfj;'\ '~\ 3s tqr .c00p... — — .
' ; : \ MISCELLAXEOUS; BONDS .
A!a ; Alw 6s/— ; — ," bsk - Tran ss.loltf —
Asso Oil ss. — 82- -Do Con 8.i.100 101">4
Bay. CPC ss.'— . 99 : Ok Trac O se. — ' 100
Cal-C 'U?ss. — 104' O W gtd ss. — »9
Cat ,G &B g ' .-• • Oceanic \u25a0 S ss. 30 55 \u25a0-
"••:. m . 4 ' ct " 5s — 80 Om Cable 65.112 118 -
Cal-st sC \u25a0 ss. 100 >!— \u0084 Pac O : Im "4s. — '-» — -
CaliiWlne 5s — »DV4 P>E Ry 55..— rlOa^i
C C'Wit si;:- 102 Vi Pac LAP Cs. -^- \u25a0•' lOOifc
\u25a0.vDo.g-mg3s'— 97; Pac T&T sn. — 103
Ed LAP -6t.11l 119 P & C H 6s. 100 — ,
F A,C H 65.102%105*4 P;AO B 6s. — 112^
«pary-st "55.. 52 . . — . Powell-st \u25a0- 65.. — . 107"^
H CAS 5e.' 99% 100*4 Sac EGAESs. 98 100
Hon BT f15.105 : 106*,4 SF A .SJVSs.IOS-4 —
L Tahoe R3s — •— -ISK.O & SJ3s.lO<» 10T .
I. AElec 5«.10O ' - — : I \u25a0 Do'M me 3» - 101
LAO & El 5». 00*6 — /(BJAiSCR 4"4s — 91
LA By 55.. 10594107 ISlerraß 65..107 —
LAL gtd ss. — 105 9,P o( A & > •
LAP lem ss. — : 104 "\u25a0- <l»00) ....103*4 —
LAP Cal ss. 99%102 '. .(1010) ....104 —
Mkt-st*C 68.105 \u25a0—'.\u25a0! SVP'ofsC 6s
\u25a0ADo lem 'ss: —.106 , (1912) 105*4 —
MVAiMtTSa.IO3 -— SPC 1 cst 55.114 1161,
NB of-C 55.109% — SiPB-B 65.121*4130-
S.PO B sa. —..\u25a0—. SPRR Ist r4s OOii 91
N ! C By 55.. —*:<-— rjsv,.W ir mg4r — - 86
N-C'P C 6s. — 100: iStkn GAE 63.100 1 * —
N,- El *Co ss.''— ~ ,-07H O-G A E ss. — —
OiGLftH 3s. 1021 063* UR of,SF.4s. C9?i 60T-S
Oak Trsn 6s. — 114. . VaUCo P 5s — 100*4
. ;.; : \ WATER * STOCKS
Contra Costa f 59 ',— IS VJ Wat ,Co. 19 19»4
MarinjOo J^Ti—. '*\u25a0' 62 i * '\u25a0 '~&-£*$8J8ig.
> . - rQAS AND ELECTBIC
JTartel Powr~— -—^lPac-'L'Co.*;.. 55 —
Mut. E L ctf s ,- 4*4 "— '- IStkn1 Stkn G « E.'Ki '- —
y Do j ex ; ctfs 12*4.13*41 .
'\u25a0;'v. •* \u25a0 . ;-• "'' -. insurance . : ,
Fireman's Fund; :*.........;. ...1.;,. — 140
* "BANK; STOCKS
Airn i Ntr.Bk.l29»4"— ' Lon^' P A A. 131 13S
Anglo-Cal :- . .' — 81% Mer Trust .:207»4215
Pank of Ca1.335 350 Mcrch Ex . . 65 —
Cal Safe Dp. — "128;; S F National. — —
First Natn1..220 \u25a0> 243 ' P -
\u25a0\u25a0''-\u25a0'•; ;\u25a0• "''\u25a0•• "^•i SAVINGS ' BA *>" KS
GePsJft "L:^-'3lOO |f*ar & L So.. — 120
Rnm:S Bk.aiOO. *— : tSec SaT'Bk.. — » 370 "
Mutual Say.; 77*4 92*4 Union T C 0.2600. 2600 3230
8;F ' Say U.~ . ~ 630 , I '
*^^^^r . ' STBEET; BAILBOADS
California .. — 142 ii I Presidio ....*.— 25
Geary ........ — .41 |
V >, r - .-'.. " POWDER
Giant Consolidated C 0 ... . . . . . ...... TT —
SB|ffilB|pSpßMte^ sugar - -\u0084 \ . .- .
Hawaiian^ C' Bo94*^-" ibnomea s"c. 83 <W*4
Honokaa^S ClO *- •\u25a0— - iP'-fluhau B'C."l4 T « —\u25a0-
Hatch ;S P C 15% 15«4 Urlon :S Co.. 44V, — .
Kllauea 8.C.;, 1_ "a^t t Do pool • .v: 44"^ — -
Makawell C. — .30, | •; ' -';\u25a0 . .
" \u25a0 .; .' - MISCELLANEOUS -
Alaska PA.- ST: /37>4 Oceanic ;S' Co.— —
Asso Oil Co. 34 -35' Pai:rAux F.A IV; —
Cal P, C " A ; 100 103 v Pac ' C 80rax.152*4 — " - .
Ca!»Wlnet;A;-— ";S2% Pac; TAT pfd — 100
MyALMtTm.— 110- Do:com ...—.15
'"\u25a0. ii/. SALES 1"^ : -*:
. Morning Session
"-- Board— .':'•> . •"-."
;, 25 Hawaiian" Coml- A 5ugar.. ...... 80.50
- . 50 Paauhan ,• S: P^ Co.'. :...". . . ; 14.87%
$1,000 Cal Gaa A El G M A C T 55. V. 77.50
$5,000 Unttedißjß;ot:S'F;4a.'...".'.V. 6».87%
'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0.:> Street— ij.-.v^rpc-.^.v.r.:'
* \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 5 Spring -Valley Water C 0 ....:... 19.00 ,
$3,000 Contra Costa Water 5a 102. 00
: '$2,000. Los "Angeles .Ry i 55.*. .' 106. 00 ~
'..$5,000 8 P:R R 15t. refdg;45. ...;.. :90.3P,4
$11,000 Pacific Electric By 55..... .....102.25.
t-'\u25a0t -'\u25a0 \u25a0 " .Afternoon Session *
\u25a0 Board — ii*m*>W w jns|R
$2,000 Norths Pacific > Coast 55.\... ... 100.00 r
253,0002 $3,000 Northern » By « of ; " Cal * 55 . V. '. .:.'. 1 10. 00 ,
:: $1,000 Spring tVal Water, gen^ mtge . 4s.~. 53 .00
Vnllatcd ; Secitrltlea
5? ,'.<-'. MISCELLANEOUS • BONDS
V'U'-,. - rißll'A-t.] , . Bid. Ask. ;
BayCPC 6s. — -103 SF A; NPiSs.. 107"ii
Cal - N W • Bss '—>'- 10S S P Coast ß4a — U B5 -
Marta - W :• ss.* — ": 100 . St«nd:El 65.."- — \u25a0'. 92*4
Bis I i WksSs ' 100 I .Do gtd 55 . , 93 .
SF'Drydk .5s -^- jIOD- |Sun u Tel 55.'..: — 103U
SF 'GAE 4*)4s — <•/ 95 ', |Sotter-st ? B is '— ' 103 •-.:\u25a0
't %: " MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS BHM
"Ala^Sug Co^l*s::' :^r-|N*CarP;Co.C2O/ 21
Cal'Cot Mils' 90-;. Orpheum-Ca.".. 15 — ..
CaUT I^A.T — : 230 Pac C Cas C 0.150 175 -'
Chutes" Co \u25a0..*•\u25a0—"\u25a0->•\u25a0: 3/* Pae'G&E^pfd — 50
Cyp L ; Imp. "".SVa VS XS' f: Drydock. 60 —
Dpt-Pw pfd.'— -J 85 SFA SJ.Coal' — " 2O ;•\u25a0
H.DOiComr..'9s i 97H S.Crus P Cm 32% 65 -
Ilono old pi. 21; -— - Stand PiCem —~- 63 '
Hono new pi.' 21 ';':—;," Truck Elect... 15 16t>
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,100-N Ca1"P0wer ".".."............. 20.00 "
( California ;Stocfc and Oil Exchange <
• . - . Bid-Asif.!. Bld.Ask.'
Amal Oil*, :. 50.00 . ,-r-lMcKlttrick ... :ls';2.*i
Asso Oil \u25a0" ct.34:00 ".*•* — Otcl \u25a0 of . W Va. - 0:t -. 07
Caribou .. .7. .6.00 8.00 Peerless /".:.. ..3.00 \u25a0 —
Chi » Crude *; : 07 •\u25a0— Piedmont . : ."; 10 ,- — \u25a0
Claremont ' it*.*'. — , SO PittsburK- ;-;-.\u25a0. -10 \u0084'23
Fulton 'rr.'.r. 1.00 ' — ISonr -.Dough c.-.1. 50 —
Home" .'.:....'< 20 '\u25a0— ]Soverelgn t .':.. »—» — ,2o
Independence. ( 22 .-'— jSt«rllng'-."...r.2.00 2.50
Junction >:;.\u25a0;• 15' — Sunset Mon /.i*- :17 > -i-
Kern y^'.~.:'.T'.' r->r -> 10 -^<15!Saperlor*". *:'...-: 09 —
Kern i Blver :*. "'"i"— ".7.oo} West ;Shore f. .2.50 —
Linda ' Vista T. rlO ,*\u25a0 >•".. I . /40 - 43 ,
-/".'* SALES *[ .-I
I*,-. 55 'Associated y. ". . rrr. -. . . . .... ... . A. .... .36.00
1000 Wolverine^ '.V. . .'.: :/. . .'. ...... . . ....... 40
*-•'"\u25a0;•',- ','\u25a0' Mlnißß Stocks .'
; SANvVbANCISCO; STOCK ,EXCnANGR
V' Following ". were .the' sales" on* the San- Franc lscV
stock and exchange. board yesterday;/ : "
:.'\u25a0;\u25a0 : : '':" 1:';-.1 :';-. : /.;"COMSTOCKSr-"-^; "\u25a0'
•is .', . .«Begular;Mofnlua^. Session
'\u25a0300 Andes .-......': ;'l5 800 Exchequer \u25a0' 35
1600 Belcher" .•:.'.. "30 1000 Potosl ....;:. ,12
iCOO Bnlllon .* V."*. rri . .^ 20 .200 Standard- Con.'.2.<So
3100;Ca!edonla;. '."... .19 • 100 Union ; Con . ... .'J2
'.;,'"" '-'.'informal besslon^ .
16001 600 Andes ' T.t.i. .> "•'' 16! ; 100 'Gould j A Cur: ; 17
j'2oo'Belcher •'.';...;-32 .-^OO.Ophlr.- .. ....:.l.i>o
: 100 Be"cher.V.r.V..':tt ;*:00 Sierra^ Nev.:.*fr,j37
, 600 • Belcher ./V'.Tr: «. : "• ' -IJO Sierra Ne v \u0084 . ZS 3*
-100 Challenge.^' i.rJl6 ' 40CX Union, Con ...T 33
3500 Challenge *.r:r<felB „>,-*; ; . - -\u0084.;. (
*: : '; ' CLOSING " QUOTATIONS
C: , ! - -,n:, n : . ~ BkLAW
> lph'a .*.*. . . • '.'• 04 • ,k o7 { Jnlia i*;:~. .....*. .—- OS
Altai'l.-. . .".'. r>. 01 '.03fJastice .' .' .... .. 03 -05
Andes>*."."."V. /..'"•\u25a0>' " l«>iKenriiek X, .T:'.'.'- — 10
Pi-lcber f»-Tr:-r:% 30:^311 Mexican i ::.... ; ;'4H • 51
Best; A] Belch.;* — ;«;\u25a0 ;>0| f tccldental ¥ . ;•. :>.. 41 , j^-
Buuion •..-;...; 20 ; ci opWrjWTrSrrrf,B7sfil*6
C-ledonlarrv;: 19t - •\u25a0;•.-. T; -10 11
;;* \u25a0•;•' r^.' '-'\u25a0*',\u25a0\u25a0 * :? ..*•'-»\u25a0»\u25a0 " :v. .-'"• "\u25a0_' -\u25a0'.;' ;''. %\u25a0'"-> *\u25a0''-.—»
Challenge ... 17 :.*o;potosl , . V. •12 ljf
Chollar ....'.. 01> lUSava-re ;.;..:. t +* - "*»
Confidence :.r. ; , : — iKi) Scorpion . ..:. . C ~
Ccn \u25a0-' Imperial. '--. 01-' 'liaise* -Belcher : . \u25a0*« <>"•
Con X York. .-• OJi Sierra Xcv ... 33 o«
Crown. Point.. 20 \u25a0*•.*! Silver Hill ... 31 — -
Cud ViM Co. «» "* 70'Stnndard- Con.. . — 2.50
Lxcbequer . .". 35 . - 36ii.*ulon ; Con - ... 22 ' S3
Gould &. Cur: 1 '17 l»!utan ......... 05 WJ
Hale * Xorc. — 6*>" Yellow , Jacket. 75 »
. TOXOPAH 'AND ; GOLDFIELD STOCKS
/Regular Session— 9:3o to 12:30
3000 Adams .*..... 10 -300 Lagnna. s 10.1. 00
300 Adams >:.:. ~ U S5O Lone Star l .... 1»
2000 Alice of : Won. 04 ICCO Lon Dillon ... IO
2COO Amethyst;..- 23 SO*. Alan Dexter .. 13
lt-00 Amethjst. ;.;. 21 1200 Mayflower Con SI
1000 Atlanta ...:. • 54J 300 Mayflower Coa &t
\u25a0ICO Atlanta ..... 551 SCC Mayn« .......
100 Belmoiit ..:. .3.IJOUOCJO Mobwk C Leas H
2t»M) Bile B Conana 'WH 100 Montana .....2.75
500 Blk-Butta ;Ex 071 3t % l* Montana - ...a.TZ**
2COO Blue Bell ... 141*000 Montgomy Mt. J 17
10OC Blue Bull ... 23 3000 Mont • Mid Ex. . OS
100 \Do. a 10... , 28 1000 Mt Hill M, s5 :03
3000 Booth ... 33 IdO Mustan? ..... -i>
: 100 Bullfrog Mln. 1712300 Mustan? ...r. 1*»
icon Columbia Mt. 4t*|3500 Mustang Ex ... U
SCO, .. Do. a 10... ; 47JJ000 Nev - Goldfield . "2O
1300 Com Fraction. 2. -40(1000 J»>t Ool<ln>ld. l'»
5000 Do, s 5..-..2.4UJ 70C Xtr Goldileld. M
500 Com, Frac..2.42%!3MW Nev Goldfietd. IT
SOO Conqueror ... 11 70OC Nev Goldfleld. 15
IGOO Conqueror \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .t.\ 12 1 , 300 >>•» Hills t 4.60
10P Daisy ...... .1.151 500 . Do,-a 10....4.7 a
2300 Dm B Btto C. 21l 300 - Do, s 3.. ...4. 53
10*10 Dmdfld Trngl. 20(1000 Do. • a 5. .": . .5.00
ICOO Do.»s a...-. 2OJICOO N>t Hllla Aax IO
.500 Dixie ~...V.. :07i 2flO North Star ;.". 2«
1000 Dixie -. ...... «M 300 Nortb. Star ... 23
v. r ioo Eagle* NVs5 18UC0O N Star Wondr' 05
10C0 Falrvw S.Kng OSI2OOO Orlg Bullfrog. It
ICOO Florence Ex.. 20(2000 Orl* Bullfrog. ,-. ID
1200 Florence r G1d. 3. »0l ISO Or© ...:...'..; 2l>
300 Frances .Mhk. US? ;JoO Pitts S" Peak.. 1.33 \u25a0
2323 GUI Con M. 5. 12^112.000- Red Hills .. 3S
23 Gld Con-M...3.23 100(» Do, a 10.:.. 38
3000 Gold Crown \u0084 10J2000 Red Top Ex.. 24
1000 GWfld Union.. 01 10ov Rescue Con IT
1(00 Grt Bend Anx 1/ 100U Round Mt Ex. . IS
iOO Great Bend... 60 K0 Ruby Wonder. 20
2000 Great " lit- nd. .. 57 300 Sandstorm ... 40
"100 Great Bend... ' 39 1000 Sandstorm ... : 87
lt«0 Great Bend... 34>i4200 Silver Pick ..no
400 Homestake K. .71, 100 Stlrer Pick .. 81
1400 Homes take K.i 7l)t ZOO Stray Dog. aO. It
4000 .Do. •- 53....' «7 10CO St Ires U • 5 JS
13(iO Iml Camp ... 06 . .»> St Irea L. s 5 1 1
1700 Jim Butler . . S7 Ton ; Ex. a 3.2.03
2000 Johnnie Con. . 10 500 Tramn ' Con . . 4.1
*500Jombo Ex ...i:43 120t> West End ... 8»
CCOO Kendall Ex ... t'U 2(00 Yankee Girl . . 00
Informal Session — 12:30 to 2 p. m. .
2000 Amethjat . ... 24 ICOO JamN> Ex' . .I.Sltt
'TOO Atlanta . 53 2COO Le Roy MAM. 46
2000 Atlanta ..... 32 2000 Le Ror MAM. 47
40(iO Atlanta 5. > 3COO Uge Harris. . . '03
1000 Atlanta • 31 1300 Lone Star .... 1»
100 Belmont ...:.3.30UC00 Mas Cowboy.. 03
300 Belmont 3.45 1300 Man Dexter ..13
ICt' Belmont .... .3.40 13CO Man Hnmboldt 00
100 Belmont' ...3.3m ICOO Mayflower Coa 31
60rt Black -Ants \u25a0; . 03 130 C Mayflower Coa 32
V.«'O Blk Batte Ex 07 10.000 Mayflower C. SO
6000 Bine Bell ... 12 2WX> Majne .: 07.
1300 Bonanza Ex.. 19>2<>CO MacNamara .. 2ft
4000 Booth \u25a0.- 3417C00 Mobwk C Leaa. 19
SCOO Booth ...;...• S3llOOO Mon - Pttts Ex.' la
1000 Booth ... 33! 1.300 Montana 3.feO
2100 Bullfrog- Mm. ISI2OOO Montgomy Mt. 17
300 Bull frox Mln. 17 1300 MnsUng 1»
1000 Blfrg Nat Bk 20 500 Mustang ..... 2O
1000 Blfrg Nab Bk 22 10CO Mustang . .... IT
2000 Btte Goldfleld 03 4000 N«t Gotdlleld. M
2300 Columbia Mt. 43 llflO Xer • Goldfleld. 15
11,200 Com Frac... 2.40 2500 N«r Hills ....5.00
1000 Coning Nation 14t 300 . Do, a 3. .4.97V>
3000 Conqueror \u25a0 . .. - lOjinOO XeT , Sunahlira.. 25
20UO- Cracker Jaek>»l6ilOOO Orlg Ballfrog. IO
100*1 Daisy ....M.l2Va 20W Oro .......... 18
3000.Dm B Btte C. 2«i 100 Pitts S Peak.. l. SO
sO*> Dm B Btte C. 19J4000 Red HUls .... SO
?C<iO Dixie \u25a0......." Wi2ooo Do. b 80.... 3!»
2000 Dixie ....... .O7t7OWß*d Hlll« 35
lOoy Eagle's Xest. 20J4000 Red Top Ex.. 24
5000 Em plra :..;.; ..«),ICOO Do. ii 24
1500 Eureka Man.. 1313D00 Red Top Ex.. 23
2500 Eureka Man.. ICISCOO Rescue Con .. 18
1000 FalrTw \u25a0' HaUst 07 5000 Do. b 90...:' 1»
60C Florence .....3.3« ll**> Sandstorm ... 40,
ICoi> Florence/ .....3.53 SOOO Sandstorm ... 41,
10CO Frances Mnx. OJ* 3o«Ki Sandstorm Ex. OT
2000 Gold Crown., 'lot Tno.st Ith ....... 85
2930 Gld Con U..V 12%! «000 St Ites ...... 1)3
10.000 Gld Con Ji.5.00i ivu s t ' l^es ...:...• W
200 • Do,- \u25a0 10. ..5.00 1000 Syl Humphrey. 07
500 Gld Con M...4.!.t:., 700 Silver Pick .. 50
12M. Great, Bend... M|2»>oo Do. b9O 53
500' Great-Bend... 53! 200 Tttn Exten. .2.07 K,
500 - Do, b 30..-. . 30J am.ToB Exten ...2.10
1000 Grt ! Bend. Ex. 13123C0 Tramp 'Con . . 4.1
4500 Ornw t Clinton *0| 1200 W End. b 90. 95
1300 Jim - Butler . . : fcC IWKV'Yellow Horse.. 04
4O) Jim Bntler .; 87 2t>oo Yellow Rose.. 07
SOO Jumbo Ex ...1.45 WOO Do, a 10.... ««
2300 Jumbo Ex. .1.42^ 3000 Yellow Rose. . 05
1700 Jumbo Ex ...l.Hn
CLOSIXG QUOTATIONS
.CALIFORNIA
- Bld.Ask.l Btfi.Aik.
Brunswick .... — SOlGmtwr Clinton SO%» —
Cent Eureka.. — 43|
NEVADA
Tonopah District »
Belmont .....3.35 3. 4o|MMway ......1.25 —
California" ... 07 08; Mlxpan ! Ex .. 2O —
Cash. Boy .... 05* —(Montana ......2.77 3.80'
Fsperanza ..." 01 02iMcnt Mid Ex. OS 05
Gold Anchor.. — 23 Mon Pltto Ex. 11 13
Gold Crown.: 10 :ll|>'ortb. Star ... — V*
Gold ;Mt .."..- — 03|OhiQ Ton .... 03 U*
Gold lit Con.-;— 02 1 Paymaster ;.. — ' 03
Home ....... — oU| Rescue Coa ,.". IT 29
Ind Ton .... — . 02iTon Exten ...2.10 2.13
JJm Butler-.. 83 < WjTon of XeT.14.23 13.25
MacXamara.. 20.' SOJWest End ... 85 b7
Goldfleld District
Adams' ...... 10 lliOrt Bend Anx. 11 —
Atlanta ;....'.. 30 ollGrt Bend Con. — ' 03
Black Ants ".. 03 06 Grt Bend Ex. 13 14
Bib B Jtonanz 05 -ODlGrt Bend Frae — 02
Blk Butte Ex 0« ; 07 :g : Bend , Twins — 18
Bi«ck Rock-... 05 wfHJbernla ..... — .08
Blue BeU ... 12 ~ 14 i Islam JI Co.. — 33
Blue Ball ... 24 26;Jnmbo Ex ....1.37 1140
Brooklyn 03 04!Kalser Gld .. 09 03
Btte-) Goldfleld — 06tKendaU' 27 28
Booth ....... 34 3Ui Kendall Ex .. 02 OS
C-O*D MJtU 02 OBlLaguna .1.00 1.15
Columbia Mt. 44 43lLone Star .... 19 .23
Coluxn Mt Ex. 04 ' VS Loa Dillon ... 10 11
Com Fractlon.2.3s 2.37 Mayne -...v... 0« 07
Cnmnx Nation 14 13 Mid Pawnee... OS 00
Cwnqneror ... 10 . 11 Mtlltown Fk.. 04 0»J
Cracker. Jack.' .18 17 Mohawk .... — 15.00
Daisy ........l'.lO 1.13 Mohawk 'Am.. — OS
Daisy Anx....<" — :13|Mobwk'C Lea« 1» 2O
Daisy ', Ex ... 04 Oi>»MohawkEx .. 11 -13
'Dm B Btte C. 17 ldjMohawk Junior 05 OS
! Dmdfld. Trngl. 20. 2l|Ner Boy 08 «O'
Dixie -7z .-....' 07 . o»l.\>T Goldfield. 14 15-
I<umln!on .... 02 05|Xer •\u25a0 Sunshine.. 29
Empire .T...V — 10 Orn "...\u25a0. .....;\u25a0' 17 11J
Ksmeralda "... 10y —l Old Gold Mln. — ,05.
Fawn \u25a0. — r :03 Palace Gld .. — U»
Florence *.'.*. : .3.55 3.90 I'aDjan — -OH
Florence 7 Ex .. 21 — PonnsylTanlaw. —• 03
Frances Mhk. 93 1.00 Red HUIs;.:.. 38 37
Gen Wash .- — OS Ked Lion V.r. — '1-4
*!old ' Bar Gld 30 — Red Top , Ex. . 23 25
Gld vßelmont.. 20-- -^-JRett. Top Frac 10 'H
Gld Con M.:~.4.93 s.oojS«ndatormi ... 41 4^
OUJii Fissure X aVSaaaitorm Ex.- 05 OS
Gtd M ' NeT. ; * — 1.20 Silver Pica s . / 48 49
iCW -Portland.' 17 — SHrer Pick Bx 05 07
Gld Red King.—. :20|Spearnea<! Fre. — 19
Gld Kewanos. — 12!StlTea ..;.:.' 93' 95
C Kewanos >B — 30|St . iTes Leas. 12 23
Gld * Skylark.: — ' «!<rSun Dog .. ... 01 03
Gld SoyereUn. — lSlTreasure ...... 08 —
Gld \u25a0. Tomboy.. 20 -r-jVerde ......... 01 02
Gld Union-.... .— OlJYernal ........ 21 2S
Glc*. Utlca \u25a0*"\u25a0- 10 — {Wonder .".".... *Xl
Grandma .... 00 10 Yellow Rose.. 05 DA
Great "Bend. 1 ;. ,55 37j\'e!loir .Tiger.." — 16
' Bullfrog District ,'
Amargosa . .. 03 — Homentaif X.. W 6A
Amethyst '."..24 .23 Uge Harris .. 02 -"'(«
Baltimore ..:.*-,: — OS Uttle Blfrg ".-. 01 0»
Blr j Bullfrog.:; Vi - " , — Mayflower Coa 30 31»
Bonnie i Clare.":' 4l \u008443 Mayflower '"Ex. — lO>
Bullfrojr Anx. V£ ' 04'Mnryland .... — C 3
Blfjj Columbia '< 04 \u25a0'•'. 10! Mont Bullfretc. \u25a004 06
Blfrg Con T : . . — 03»JIt« Hill Mln. 02 03
Blfg Daisy .. 10-12 Montgomy. Mt. 17 '- W
Bnllfroy Ex...-^>- 08 Xujset «...".\u25a0... OS 06
Bullfrog Mln.. 15 .ltt Orlsc \u25a0 Bullfrog. 10 11
Blfrg. -Vat Bk 21 23 Red Bird .... — JXI
Blfrg . Victor.. IO 11 Ued Dog — 15
Gold Bar.-. :..; 63 — Rhyollte Twu.. 0» —
Gold Bar Ex. — *10 Hhosh Nat Bk — 03
Gold : Sceptre. It Tramp Con -.. 42 43
H -.Hooligan .-. •©4 Yankee* Girl . . 05 OS
Ulnzle C Spjs 25 — { ;
Maubattan , District
Apr: Fool. Ex. 01 02 Man* Kewanos. — > la
Atlan A Pac. 01 04 Man Mayflower 10 —
Coaa*tF:.';;V. aO2 OS Man Red .Top. — 07
Eureka Man.. -14 16 Man Rasa"... 02 03
Gold . Wedge ... 05 . — Man - Standard. 02 04
Granny «G.M. 17 \ ISiMan^SUT Pick' 02 " 04
Hludoeraft : -. . 10 Man .United -r. 15 • —
Ind ; Camp . : . . — 03{Man Verde . . 02 ,~— .
Man Belmont.: — Ol|.Mu*tan< Man.. IS II»
Mau^. Broncho. 07 WpJustang Anx.. 01 • «.2
Man Buffalo.. -03 .—|Mo*Ua« Ex v. '<U - la
Man; Conn ... — . COiOrtg'Man .... ' ' lrt
Man Comb ~. : . 02 ;— Pine Svt ~....r. 0« " 015
Man Cowboy. Oa 04 Rocky -HUI .:' .05 -
M an . Dexter . V 12 13 Syl Humpbrey. 07 ". OH
Man Giant' .. , .\u25a0 0» Stray * Dog ..; .12
Maa<G>Crater -\u25a0—\u25a0\u25a0 ISjUnlted Maa .. — io
Man Iranboe.. 25 — IWbale .'...... O»
it i Hid " Tress -— ?. (WtYtllow j Hor«o.. 63 ' 05
Msnf Hnmbldt 03 07fYel -Horse Ex. -2G
Man Lit \u25a0 J«*- vO2v 02 031
Vj£mttpHH Other Districts
Alice of Won. 04 •"&?•»>" HlUs Anx. ,» 10 —
Arcadia. .::..' — -' O.V .\Vr : HlUa Flor — 1.1
Blue Jay -Won . — 23J N>t \<i • DeT. . .— o\
(.'ongrefls ' ." . ; . . — '\u25a0 \u25a0 23[N v Belm 'Amal . " :<O
Ely^Jnmbo 'C.^r m — }X^SUr :Wondr >04 or,
E«jtle's,;Xest. IS \u0084. 20)Pttts S Peak. .l:4s-1.50
Katrrw J Axter. — \u0084 25lP> ram Id ..;... 43 ' '
Kairr.G Bldr/1« ,Ifi| Red- Wing ".'.. — '.24
Felrrw i S : Knjr "—" — Ely 'C* — -" 25*
Flor G^R Kn«r—, 201 Rogers iM A M "^ -r t>4
Goldyke '— lOiHoond Mt ..*.. . — " ;*«
Interstate \u0084 . '. — : ORjltound ' Mt, Ex." ; 14 -' 1,%:
Johunle :COn..' 10 lltßd Mt B Jkt. -20
Johnnie Globe - IS ' 101 R'i Mt Mohwk. 13 ; \u25a0 ;
i ': Continued ;on [ Page •IS .•. •
J. C. WILSON
;;M«mber Stock and Bond Exchanje. 4SB CaU-
fornia st. Phone* TemporicyjBis*%**|
-' Member^San \u25a0 F^rfaco^S-tolng Exchamaav

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