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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS
Wall street stocks higher on the day. Call mpn'ey lower.
Coppers firm. Cotton somewhat lower.
Silver a fraction higher. Exchange rates unchanged.
Southern Nevada mining stocks much more active and higher.
Wheat and barley about as before quoted. Rye dull. ; v,
Oats and corn exhibit slight fluctuations.
Hay in light receipt and firm. Bran. and shorts still weak. -
Pink and bayo beans advanced. Limas, steady. ;
Several kinds of raisins higher. Dried fruits still firm.
Xew potatoes and onions weak, with the former: lower.
Poultry stiil in liberal supply and weak.
Butter lower. Cheese and eggs firm.
Fresh fruits in good supply and. quiet.
Live steers reported temporarily scarce!
Xo further change in hides, hops and wool.
EASTERN* MARKETS
*\>rr York Money Market
SEW TO BK. July 12. — Money on c*U firm. 4©
\u25a0 v per eect; rulias rats. BHc; cloclcg bid. 2H-;
.Trred its. "
Time loea« strooc; «J0 <laym. 3 per cent; w
• vs. j\; 0 months, 6 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. SV&Q6 per cent.
Sterllßt: exchange weak, with actual ' btulnew
: bankers' Wile at »[email protected] for demand
• i-l at [email protected] f or M day bills.
I'ostPd rate*. 14.54 end $4.57%.
r^nataerdal bills. $4.53-i.
I'.tr silver. C'Hc
Mexican dollars. 52% C. . ,
*;oTfronieat boai*. steady; railroad bonas. v
•rgalar.
Xerr York Financial >'ot»«
\TT7 YORK. July 12.— American stocks In
\u25a0.:T.<ion steady. */,&l |>oint above parity. L0n
..11 seUlrtjcnt toncludes today, rorelgn iaar-e-»
,;tlsue tv Sjnore Japanese acare. Good fie
.. .nd ti f<jr stocks In loan «-rowd- Some American
•••yrag of Canad'au Paciflc hi reported In London.
.l=laiu» f-xpeeteU to repeal law taring roreisn
• udcx% of i:;oucy la that state. Officially an
.^inred «<:bt»cHptlO3 for Union P^ciflc debentures
-..^<s«-d $4.(»0u,O00. i-j taat undenrrlrJnic «yn
•ii^.it^ woa'.d take ruther l«a tian $71,000,000. ,
N>tv York Slock Market
NEW TORK. July 12.— TJie raarket for aeenri
•'-» t«>ram«: t-»rr>i4 today. th# activity dwicdlJns
• iti! at tirnt-s late in the day the trading was
<•<: The fluctuations were correspondingly n«r
iw. out tlie :ia<3ertoae was firm. The conpara
:,v)r easy tone uf the call money market today]
::d » reassuring effwt. TLe pr>>ST*»»l Te « (lsln X
. .' t'.io call money raarket xinc* tbe pinch of
\u25a0.'«<lucf<*.tv precludes tlie tapposition that the :
.inks *re a»"i:r :Ue limit of their surplus re
nm. Xl.'- I,'cinn P»<-in> and Atchi»on bond i
, -«L'en were sabject* of contlaued discussion. The
•.bucT'.ptioa v;-arrant» for the Union Pacific bonds
•.-re listed on the stock exchange and after eell
\u25a0g dotg to 89>4 distinguished themselves by an
:t*ccc t.- 91. at which cash *alea were made.
[« atitf $4.000/»00 of the $75,000,000 offered to
-M-kholdfi-s at 90 were applied for, the source
r the new dexnjad at a higher price was a mys
\u25a0< ry. On Uie. ci:rb the full paid subscription
\u25a0varrants went a» low r.t S7*4. compared with SS,
\u25a0!c syndicate subscription price. One of the
- ibjects of cotniaont was the expected publlca
. on on Sumluy of Sadings of tbe Interstate com
merce comminsion ou tue Ilarriman invest igation.
The Harrloian «t>icks were firmly held din-in; the
lay. The btagnatiou of the market was itself a
•-.itiire in tbe latter part of the day, but tbe
zaing were held to a firm closing.
l(«nds were irregular. Total sales, par valne,
51 .<JO3,ftOU.
United Etatcs boeds were unchanged on call.
New York Stock List
E. F. li-jttoo & Co.. 400 California street.
-Menilier« of the New York stock exchange, fur
\u25a0 ;s;. the following list of bond and stock sales
•"Mrrdr.y:
Kales ; STOCKS 1 Mlgfa] Lo» 1 Bid I Ask
!A<i«ms Exi»rtM..!.....| J2lO 1220
1...jA1115-Cha!mers | j lv% lii !
...j Ho pfd :..\ 2*% 2a»^
tOOuUnl C.-pper ... &Si 5 87*41 $S*, ! 8«V«
...iAui Bf-et »?ugsr ..' 151- 17
...I Tk. pfd 1 1 SO 1 Sl«i
104 Am On Co .A "»U •">'« 3 U : >\i
... Do pfd A^T:..1... 53 154
IWAm Car fc F vAVm 43 43 i3\i
1 Do pfd K'..V KtVj UO
.... !Am <;otton on.. ..:....'... 3i ni*i
....I l»o pfd : ....'. M !>2*?
...|Aw Oist Te1...: ...V. 2« 4ft *
{American Express 145 11 j
;.'.'.{Ajn Gn Twn Co. ....". 5 T * *C*4
...!jAm Hide & L 4*4 4%
.... l>o pfd 19 20-
SOttAni.lcc Secur... 67 ? « C 5% C 5% «8
{Am Unseed ...10*4 14
.... Ik. pfd 23Va 30
•jmyxitt Ixoomotive.. 5S ; 07'^ 57% -%S ,
' Uo pfd 104»i 110 •
4.700 Aid Smlt &. U Co-117% 117>4 117% 117"£
j I»o pfd 1 10«> 107.
lOOiAni 5upar. ......1122 122 122 122%
Ik>'pfd ....122 127
:.lAm Stl Kndriee 7 7V^
.'.'.'.'..'. Am Tfl &'iei Co *.'.'.".". '.'.'.'.'. UfS 110
JKPOJAja Tob pfd S5 «4^A 85«4 85^4
lOUlAui Woolen 25«4 25% 25',i 25%
i l*> pf«l ftOfe 61Vi
I.CHo! Anaconda, 57*4 M% 57 57"4
200; Atlantic Coast 'L. oG¥> »'>Vt 95 37
2.900|.V T & Santa Fe. . fty l^ So*« SO W"4
'A l>o pf«l_ ;.... 92Vi W\s
J. 3oo' Baltimore & Ohio i*T "i 97>i 87% 97%
) Do pfd »; 89
l.lOyiß R T...'. 57 56% 5«% 57
...... .(Brooklyn L'n Gas ( 105 ; 115
..'. '.Canada Southern. ..'........ 64*4 6.V.4
I.2ori«>na«iisn Pacific. 175'J 174 174'% 175 Vi
I.C«i;C A 0..... 34% 34»* 34% 34« i
200. C & O W 11 «4 ll«i 11V» I.IS
.'.I 1K» pfd "A*'... 4«^ 54
i ?>o pfd -B" 15% -16-
;..n>o <leb« «S 70
lOOli' fc N W USI4 14SH 147?* 145
0.300' C M & St P 132»i 131U !31% 131 »i
3<»[ Do pfd 147*4 147 146 149
Central Iveather 1...'.. 22«j 23U
200] Iv> pfd 91% 01% 91 , 03
Chicago TeTniinM 5 •*%
....... Do ;)M ..... 15 20-
Cblcapo Un Trac .......... .3 4
Do pfd .-. 16 18
]C C L fc St L.. ....j 67% 70
Do pfd' : 05 105-
SOO'Colo Fuel & Iron 31V- 31% 81% Sl«i
Do pfd :..... «2. 70
....... CJohim H C ie I . ...-. ....: 24 28
700 Colo {"outliern ..- 25 24*4 24%j 25
Do l*t pfd ... 5»%l 00%
2Oo' Do 2d pfd 4C% 46% 4C j 47
30ft Consolidated Cat. 117*4 117»i 115% 11S%
40UjCorn Products .. 17! i 17% J7 AS
... Do pfd ; ...! 72- { 73W.
2W.DeI & HudßOn .. 170 !ICB% 170. 171
|I» Lit TV" 46*) 470
200 [) t n li ..) 27V 27% i 27>4 2S
100j Do pM ! 70H Joi» 70 72
... [Detroit l.'n ttr ...'.. ...! 65 C 7 *
>. (Diamond Metcu . . 125% 130V t
....r..ir>isUU S^coritie*. \u0084..: j64 6r»
;i>ciutii ssiA : 1 11 12
I Do pfd 10i.i 20
1.)-00:Crie 24 •» 24% 24% 24*"i
.......I Du.lst pfd 6SX. 50%
.\u25a03ifA Do 2d pfd J 41U 41 *V% 41%
... {K«rM A; ft pfd-.j. 1 83 87 -
2CO;(i«nera'. Electric. ISC 134"4|13G lriCH
'.Up tlfb!s j..... 1 I*4
'Krac CMS &'P 123 130
200 Great Nor Cre...| 55 ' A 55% 55% M}^
S.COOtircat Northn pW 131 »i 130 131 "-; 1.*51%
..U'reeae Ccn Cop Iti'i 16%
..." IXavAna Tob Co I2ig 12Vi
;.;.... Do j.fd ..'. t. ..... 17 20
n<vt:ii? Valley . ..*... ..... M »0
I Do pfd .:... SO SO
ino[Uiluo!« Ontrs.l.. 141% 141% 141 144-
COOjloterlioro M*tro. 16 15»; 15"; itiVi
C<X'; Do pfd 44% 44 44*4 44%
206ilntenial Paper.. 15 14% 14% 15
fcternatl Power.. 45 &»
Interns tl Piunp 23% 24
V. Do pfd 72 74
lowa Outral IS 19
;. Do |ifd .V *•*% 39%
- X C r S tc M pfd 72 73
X C Southern. ., ..... ..... Ti'J. 28
.......j Dopfil..:.. 56 57%
'Knickerbocker Ice .........: RtK- .....
[Lake ESc Westn 17 23 '
I>O pfd t .... : 5H 04
...Ixrtiieh Valley ....." t3% 64
.......MUmg Islaml ..... 4T> 55
SOO.L 4- N ......... 115 114% 114% 115
Mackay .'.:.: ....:... C 7 68%
l>o pf4 ....? V. 65% 60
.{Mancattaa ................ ISO 132
... 'Metro St Ry ... ..... ..... ..... 81
....... I Mexican Central. ..... ..... 21% 22
2Oo'Mißn &St L .... 41U 40 i .•.-;.. 42
Do Jut pfd ;...... 79 82
100 MSt P-<fc SS M 104 104 104 10G
Do pfd ....... ..... ..... 135 140
I.IOOIMo Ken St Texas 33% 3314 331; S3
.100 Do pfd .-\u25a0 «5% 65% 63 65%
lOO.Missouri Pacific. 74*» 74«% 74% 75%
.:.-....*Nash G&StL. .. ..... ..;.. 120 13*,
- ....... National Lead .. ..... ..;.. 60% 62
Do pfd .;. ..... ;...-. 9S"-4 J»
N R R of M pfd. ..... .";.'.. 50% ...•;.
100 Xatlonal 3i*cult. 74% 74% 74% 75%
Do pfd ..... 110?4 112%
N>v Cons Copper 14 14* ii
.tt.V J fentral . 175 185
linOjNewhoiwe O«p .. 16% na.;> -i;i;, lc-^
I.OWN V Air Brake.. 110- 108% 109% 110
70u X - Y Central . ... 112% 112V4 112 112^
/. X V.C tc St L..V. 37 - 38-
- I,\> Ist pfd ... ;.. r. 107 118
Do 2d pfd-;.. ..........{ 78 8S
... X;Y X H & H.. ..... . 161. 164
VOO N .V-'Ont & W... 38 37% 37& 37%
.*.J Norfolk & : West. 75. 76
.J^D« pfd ./.. 60- >0
.JNorth- American. ..... ..... 67% 68^
B.COOiNortbern ' Pacific. 127% 127 127% 127^
..]Omaha ......... ..V.. ..... 130 . 135
;..-»...} Do pfd ....... ..... ..... 150/ ISO
% N>w fork Stock. List— Continued .'
Sale* { STOCKS , j Hish| Low|BW L'Aak
PaclSc Coast ...{..... ..... 97 100
....... Do Ist pfd ... ..... ..... 82 . 102
....... Do 2d pfd .........;:.. 97 103
S0(» Pacific Mcll .... 28% 27% 2S 2\)
8,300 Perm EltCo ... 1229s 121% 122 122>4
....... People's: Gas .. ..... . 90% 91%
1....... P CCA St L.'. 68 71
Do pfd ................. 90 35
Plttsburg Coal .. 11 12
Do pfd o2 55
20"D Presseil Stee! Car 35 84% 35 35%
100 Do pfd ... 90 00 89 91
Pnllman Car Co. ..... . 100 162
....... By S S Co ..... ..... 41% 42
.Do pfd........ ........... -89 - 91
33,100 Reading 102% 101 % 102% 102%
D» Ist pfd 79 81
I Do 2d pfd'. .'. 78 81
jEepublic S i I -... 27% 2S
200! Do pM ....... P3«, 83 S8 55 '
200|Rork Island Co.. 21 H 21 '» 21 ?i Sl%
200; Da pfd ....... 47 47 4««. 47%
SOOjS SS *I C 0... 37 \i 57 57 58
... } Do pfd 95 97
..... ..ISL tSF Ist pfd 03 65
200| Do 2d pfd ...|3B 35% 35 35%
.- — -ist L & s W....4... : 11 22 :
i Do r>f4 S2 52%
s,2ooiSouthcm , Pacific.) 76% 78% 7S*i 75% I
300! Dn pfd ..1110% 11014 111U 111%
Coo;Southem nall*vay.l 20 19% 19% 20'
• } Do pfd ................. 06% 6«» i
ITenn Coal & 1r0nh.... 143 148
Tex' Pac L Tr Co 70 79
Texas Pacific ... 23% 30
.......IThirU Aveooe ...1..... ..... 104 110
.......ITol Ry & Tr Co! 25-X J6"-i
200;Tol St I. & VT..I 27% 27U 27^ 27*5
1,200' Do pM ...t 50 49H 4»i4 43% '
jTwin-Clty n T 92% 95% .
L'u Bag & Paper. 5% 6*4
Do pfd . . B7 58
CO.SOO Union Pacific ... 137% 136% 137% 137U
....... Do pfd : .'. S3 85
United Copper ; 63 65
Cn Rds of S T.. HfiV. 2!>
200 Do pfd ... 45 45 44' 45' !
Do 4s .- 71 72
... D S Cast I Pipe... 34% 36% !
Do pfd ...' ..'. SO R2
D S Express... .....107; 115
200 U S Realty & Con . 54% 54 54 ST.
O S Re.l &. Refg 14 15 !
Do r>M ..-..-. 46% 43
3OOIC S Rubber 36% 36% 38 3S ' :
700 Do Ist pfd 101% 100% lOoy: 102 ";
... Do 2d pfd.. .v... 67. 6S
25.200 U S Stee! Cor... 3«% 36 56% 36%
7,200 Do pfd 99;^ 09»4 0&W. 90%
Utah-Copper ............. 25% 25% 1
400 Va Car Chem Co 25=i 25% 25% 20 i
'. Do pfd ...*r... 101% 102%
Va Coal I&C Co .......... 60 OS. :
ICO Wnbai-h 13^; 13% 13% W/ a '
400 Do pfd 24% 24 24 2n;
Wells Farjro Ex.'. 280 300
400 Wottern Union .. 77% 77% 77% 78^' '
IWfStinghouse 143 143% 1
W &. L E.... ..... ..... 10 11%
Do Ist pfd..... .......... 26 2S
.. . Do 2d pM 14 17
... Wis Central- '.. 17 ISV
'.: Do pfd J 40 40%
242,000— T0tal shares *oid. -,
' Xew. York Bonds
V S ref 2s reg..lO"» jjspan 4s cert 79%
Do coupon ....105 {Japan 4%s cert.. 90%
Do 3s rP5.....'.1"2Uf- Do 2d series 80-»i,
Do coupon ...;103 IL & . N unified 45.. 97%
Do nw 4s reR.128% Men''eon'fto]d 45.. 95
Do «-ocpon 12SU Mcx Central ".45... SO •
Amer Tob 4s .... 51 -I -De Ist 1nc.'.:... 21%
Do 6s .... lOSSvlMlnn & St'L 45.. S7-:
Awb gfu 4s .... RSU M. X &.• Texas. 4s. 96 .
Do adj'4a .IK. 86 . Do 2ds ........ 86
Atlantic C L 4s. «5 NR of -ilex con 4s 82%
Bslt & Ohio 45.. fiß% NYC sen .'5%5. . ©o>,m
Do ;i%s ....... 90 ' N\'J C uen'55;...121%
Rrooklyn RT c4s 79 Xor Pacific 4» . . . . 100« i
Central of Ga- ss. 103% Do Cs '. /. .. 50%
Do 2d inc... 70 Nor *_W con 4s. 95
Do -3d Inc 56 |O-S Line' rfdg 4s. SS%
Clies & Ohio 4%5.100%1Pa oonv'3%s .... 94
i'h! & Alton 3%5. 67^(Reading; gen 45... 94' i
C. B & Q new 4s. 51%1S 1.'&.1 M*con 55.109%
C. R I & Pac 4». 50 St I. &SF fg 4s. 78
Do col =.-.»...... K7% St L S W con 4s. 72:'
C.C.C & SLgn 4s.' fi.7% Seaboard A L 4s. 70 •
Colo Ind Ss. sr A R2% So Pacific 45.; ;.. 56%
Colo Midland 45.. 68 Do Ist 4s cert.. 91%
Colo & So 4s C 9*;, So- Railway 55.... 105%
Cuba ss. ...... \.V& Tex & Pac- lsts..H2Vi
Den t-RioG.4s. 93 Tel. St X& W. 4s. 74 ,
Dint Securities ss. RSUlUnion Pacific - 45. . M%
Erie prior litn 4s. 92 j V " S . Steel 2d \u25a0 55. . 90%
Do jreii « .... ,S0 W>bashlst« ..:.:. 107%
Hock, Val 4%s i ..XX)% WVstertf Md 4m.. 73%
Japan 6s 94*^ W-&- L.Erie 4s::. SO \u25a0>
Japan 6«. 2d ser. 55 \u25a0 Wis Central 45... 80
.»w i York' Ml ulnc Stocks / \u25a0 ;
Adams Con. .....'. 09 ; Llttle- Chief ...:.-" 06
Alice . . .".". ....... 4.lo|ontarlo : r. ...... . .4.23
Tirercif .'.....;.'..: lClOphlr -.....:.;.%.: lt7o
llruns Con ..-..;. " s'ijpotnsi* ...'..;..... .10
Com Tminel ..'.";. * 23|Savage • '.V. .', . . . V .. ,-'SB
Con Va Mln Co.". Go! Sierra 'Nevada -\..-'"«2
Horn Stiver ..... I.4l)ifinall. nopes , ;5.'.- '.20
Iron Sliver . . 2.4o[St6odard ...V.:..."1:C0
Lfadvllle Con '.:.'. OS! -\u0084-;\u25a0 .; - .-.-.
Boston ; Sto^kn nnd Bonds • \u25a0;
-Money—. ' - - lAlleuez '..'.......'. 45
Call loans \u0084..S%QC lAmal Copper -:..'B6U
Time loans . . .5%<56 ' [Ariz * Commercial.'. 24%
Bonds—- 1 Atlantic ........:. 13%
AtrhUon 4s ..... 96% Blrpbana ........... 14%
Do adj 4s .... 87% Butte Coalition' ..2s-
Mcx Central 4s: 1 . 79% Calumet ,& Art«..lGC..
- Railroads — \u25a0 . '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -Calumet . &: Hecla. 825-
Atchison •".'. 09% Centennial •....'... -^- ",
Do pfd ...:.... 92% Copper Range ... SO'
Ecstoa &-Aibany.2l4 Daly -West •....;..*\u25a0 16 -
I>.+ ton & Maine. l6o. \ Franklin \u0084........' 14 \u25a0
Boston ' Elev ....135 '• Gninby ,". :...;.". ..125 -\u0084.
Fltcbburg pfd ...120 I»Ie- Royale ...... 19-'
Mcx Central .... 19% Mas»i . Mining -.'...' 5K
N V. N \u25a0 II '& H..J63 Michigan .........14
Union Pacific •...137% Mnbawk .......... 82
.. .Miscellaneous— Mitchell •.......:.. 3 -
Amer-Pneu Tube. '6 Moat Coal L Coke. \2%
Aieit Sugar *.1.:.t21%. 1 .:.t21% Kevada -..•....:... 14
Do pfd ........125 North •:Bi:tt* 7. .-...\u25a0 83 &
Anwr T*l-fc Te1.106 Old Dominion ....'4fl'/a
An-er Woolen •-.. 25 • Ow*ola ',*... '...-. ,;;127 \u25a0
Do pfd ....... .96% Pnrrot '. 20%
Ed Elect 11ium. .212 Qulncy ;....- ..117%
Mass ; Electric "... 16'- Slianuan .......... 17%
Do pfd 5X . Tamarack "...\u25a0.....106
Massiiias ....":.. SS. Trinity ............ 24
United Fruit ... .109% United - Copper ... 63 '
Un Shoe Mach..; 49% US Mining...... 4SW
Do pfd . ....%..' 27 -. US Oil .......... 10%
US Steel.. 3G% Utah . 5.... ....... 57
Do pM ........ 33% Victoria ;.......... 7%
Mining— 1 ' Wlnona ........../8%
Adventure ....... 2%|Wclverine '........160
THF. COPPER : STOCKS
BOSTON. July 12. — The market today was the
dullest for we«ks. The b^avy • liquidation ceas«d
and almost - tto new/ buying ; appeared. It will
take, important news to start activity again.' and
traders cannot foresee tbe tendency, at present. : -
London. Closing; \u25a0 Stock* ;-.. : ' -
Cons money ...84 3-10iM.JC& Texa5... .34%
Do for:', sect:.: 84% N;.T- Central...... 1 15
Anaconda ».;... ..12 Norfolk \u25a0&' West.*. . 77 , ;
Atchl»on ........ 92% Do pfd .::.;. ..-86
-Do pfd ........ 05% Ont & Western..". 36%
Bslt &. 0hi0...... 100*4 Pennsylvania. ..... C 2%
Can Pacific ..:.. 160 Rand Mlnea ....;'. 5^
Cfaes & 0hi0...'.. 37% Reading' .;... 51%
Chi Great - West. ; '- 11U So Railway .-.-. :. .- 20%
Cbl, MU & St P. 155% = Do 1 pfd .*;...... C 9 -
IH> Beer* .:.....-. 23% So Pacific -...:... 80%
Den & Rio G.:.. 28% Union Pacific" .r..140%
l>o pfd ........ 73% Do pfd /:....;: 89 ...
Erie ... . ...r. 25%!U Sr Steel... '..-.;; 67%
l>o Ist pfd.V...' Cl%j;-Do'pfd .."......102%
Do 2d \u25a0 pfd. .'.\u25a0;.' 43 IWabash . \u25a0-.;. ...... .i14%
Grand Trunk ':..; 2»%) \u25a0" Dotpfd ;..:...:. 26 \u25a0\u25a0 1
!H Central ... . .".143 [Spanish 4s .7: .". . . 96%
Loulev & Xa*h-..117%l ' "7 "
-Bar r silver — Steady; 31 "md 1 * per ounce.
Money— 2«|2Ui per, cent.- •,- v ,
The rate of discount . In the open market for
short - bills -Is 3% (£3% : per • cent and for \u25a0 three
months' WIU - 3%-.. per cent, -f" '.'.",','
Condition of .the ; TVeanury
WASI2INOTON, \u25a0: July 12.^^Today's statement
shows: Available cash balance, $252,607,4!>6;
gold-corn' and ;hnlllon, $67,181,487; gold certifi
cates, " $50,712,060. . \u25a0 r . . ': '-:-. ~,
. XeW York •- Cotton ' Market
NEW TORK. July 12.— Button's ' wire 'says:.
"Tber* ': was . continued selling ? pressure * on '. the
market today : from ' the openlug.;and : it \u25a0 predom-""
lnited tlirougbout J the i session. - 1 Beyond.»benefi
cial .rains. In the: cotton > belt - there *, was (noth
ing; on which • to continne bullish operations.
It seems - that tbe '. largest : market \u25a0 interests who
sold, on s • the ', recent '-bull s speculation y. which
forced prices rnp \u25a0to ; 12% c; and • 13c « have ' been
working . with .. . the \ leading -•- bull *\u25a0 Interests :i to
depreu .=. the ' market i and ~ accomolate J their ; cot
ton ; before t lnanguratlng s a : fresh ", bull ?r- move
ment.: In ' the r slump < this \u25a0 morning \u25a0\u25a0 prices . were
carried • down ; 13 :to T. 20 i, points. ..The ." scattered
weak long Interest ; has .been » pretty, well 5 driven
out >of J the i market " the •; last v few -' days."l Trad
ing ,; waa '• active - and ; there *.was '•\u25a0 heavy > liquida
tion r and : short ; Belling .' by the - leading Wall
THE 'SAN' FEANCISCO .CALL; SATURDAY, JULY 13,-1907..
-.".-T-iVr -_•;.-.-. -> .>;:-. -.*• ;-.- v r--:;v; => r- <\u25a0-'•>";-\u25a0>•(
•street'' opera torn/ There I*1 '* hare" j been-; '1 rains
o.ver*moßt."of Sthe'-.belt.'vbutVin j some , parts itoo
mnoh.z'andi particularly 's in "^Texap. -<*TUtcli -will
ciiisc 1 the i boll s weevil r t«> "" Increase.* .'.'""i * \u25a0^~J7':^
'\u25a0 '; Option— :\u25a0\u25a0;: '\u25a0\u25a0 Open. ' \u25a0•"-' JUxU..'- I»w.. Clone.
July ..:'..*.. ! .r..M1.75c ;f ll'.7"ic; 11.70 c 111:70 c
AUSUSt ! .". ; .'.*.': ,-f ;11 .r.sc tir.W'C j 11'.45c *ir.Mc.
September' :.7:'.*: 11.52c i11". 55c: U:39c ir.soc
October- .:..... .Ml. 7Sc : li:7Sc 11.61 c 11'.74c
November .'.\u25a0.::..-• ".r.-. .-.v../. . '.."rV."'. 11.70 c I
Decemb<"r.-.. %*..".. 11. 72c' ll.ROc v -ll'.Cfic. ;11.7-<c |
January •':..;.-.;. 11. ~?>c~ e ~- II .KBc . 11. 73c> 11.85 c I
Febnjary/..-.v..;:ii;77c. 11.77 c 11.77 c " 11.88 c
March ....:..;:l.^ : . .'. ...... .....: *11.H6e
May . /. . .._.;. ...:\ .".: . :y: '..', . . ... . 12.07e
\u25a0 . ? WeeklVy Bank? ClearfnK" *
;- NEW YORK,-; : July .-\u25a0 12— Bradstreet's'. bank
clearings "reportsfor .the v week' ending July 11
nhows. on aggregate *of • $2,982.«23.000." against
$2,7G5.461.000 last t week ; and r $2,848,919,000 yin
ther corresponding ;; wet-k -'last ? »yesr.vy Canadian
clearlogo •'. for •; the ' : week ;* 5 total *.. $97,545,000. *as
against . $82,358,000 [ la«t 1 week iind ; $85,907,000 In
tho. same "week last' year.T- Following ' is a- list . of
tho cities: • ::'.:\u25a0 .- : y ' ' -, .;-,
: I .. Percentages.
'Cities— 'V- .""" r-Ainmint."r -Ainmint." Inc.^ Dec.
Npw York i $1,T72.f01.000"-'. .... , 0.7
Chicapj ;..... .-. ..." . 205,404,000 '" r 20.8 ; ....
Boston ..".".. .*.'..'.. '' 171. 840,000 . 7.9 \u25a0-....
l'httirtelpbla \u25a0 ...^.- • 14t».2fi1.00') 1.0 ....
St. Louis v.-.t.... 60.f«7,000 21. •>;...'.-
Plttsburg ....:.... , 50.97fi,0!K) , - 10.9 • = - 7:~.~
San Francisco ..:..: -•- 46,007.000 '\u25a0'\u25a0. 14.8- v ... .
Baltimore .:....:. '--32.17J.000';- i:i\ ....
Kansas City . 29.fi."3.0f!0 " . 21 .3 ....
Cincinnati-;. "...... r . 31.545.000 ; • 10.3 ....
New Orleans ..... 18.144.000 " - - 4.3>. . . ...
Minneapolis ;....•. 23,022,000 1 .' 21.3 ..'..
Cleveland ...."..;. ,'-"21.245,000 '; 15.6- <....
Detnjit ...*....... ' .1*i.37(*,000 ;V*._ 7.6 : 1 ....
Louisville ........ .. 14,501.000 ; 13. 1 - ....
Los Angeles ....;. 11.011.000 i ' -..;:i. "6. 7
0maha...... •-11.034.000. 17.1 ....
Milwaukee....... •' 11.0S3,00t) .4.0 •' - ....
Seattle- .......... 12,032,000 29.3 ....
St. -Panl ........*. 9,175,000 33.1 \u25a0-.:' ....
Providence........ 8,007,000 ; 6.8." ....
Buffalo ..1'.....;. ; 9.282.000 ' 10.5 ' ....
Indlanapoli* ..... '- 9,215,000 11.9 ."".'..
Denver .-.....:.... 8.707.000 23.9 .. . r. :
Fort Worth ;-..r... 6.127,000 .... -. ' 0.3
Richmond ........ T,046,000" 1.8 ....
Albany \u25a0.....:.... . 8,867,000-53.8 -
Washington ...... 6.942.000 12.5 •'".."..
Salt Lake City 8.050.000 . 62.3 .v-, ....
Portland. -0r*..:.. ..8,433.000" .» 39.4 ....'
Columbus, 0...... 6.910.000" 25.4 ....
Bt. Joseph ....'... 6,015.000 28.6 ....
Memphis ", ; 5,172.000 " 22.8 r ..:.
Savannah ......\u25a0..-" \ 3,251,000 ' .... ; . 22.5
Atlanta ....:....." 5,023,000 6.3 .'.:r
Spokane, Wash.:.. 6.658.000 50.4 ....
Toledo. , O 4.251,000 ...... \u25a0 6.7
Tacom*. . ..:..• '. 5.080/(00 : 30.4 ....
Nashville ......... 4,:*77.000 -15. 8 -...'.
Rochester . .' 4.002.0D0 4.9 .....'."-. .
Hartford ......... "4.!>75,000 \u25a0 0.4 ....
Peorln ... ..'.-. .; .V > J 2.689.000 '-•" :~..*v: .• 0.3
De» Molnes ..;...., 3.847,000 14.2
Norfolk ;....... '..-. :2.8T5.000 -10.6 .
New Haven ...:.. \u25a0 3,350,000 ? 15.2
Grand Rapids 2.574.000 1 U 7.3 . ...
Daytoa ........... 2,465.000 . 11.0 ....
Portland. 'Me...... ,2.5151,000 25.0 . -i'.ir/
Slonx City .......' 2.503.000*3 0.2 ....
Springfield.. Mass... ' . 2,585,000 : 6.7 . ?r.V:
Kvansvlllc ....... : 2,119.000 .0.5 ...:
Birmingham .....' 2.709.000 43.0 :..;.
Syraense ........ " 2.73T.000 J 33. 1 . ; . .
AucusU, Ga..:... 1,426.000 0.0 ....
Mobile ........... 1,825.000" .... .7.7
Worcester ....... 1,870,000 14.5 ....
Knoxville '\u25a0 \u25a0 2,fi2R.ooft 53.« ....
Wnmlngton, Del.. .1,587.000 12.0 ....
Charleston. S. C 1.332.000 5.7
Chattanooga . 1 1,6.10.000 19.4 ....
JackKonville, FU.. "'J 1.031,000 : 31.2 . ....
Wichita 1.405,000-7.1 ....
Wtlkesbarre ...... 1,301.000 4.8 ....
Darenport :..-...r"r w1.044.000 „:':... 6.3
LitOe Rock ...... 1,244.000, 3.8 ;...
Wheeling.-W.Va.. - 1.0U.000v .... 8.4
I Fall River ....... 1,054.000 38.4 - ....
Kalamaxoo. Mich : . 1 .267,000 ., - 2f> .2 . : . .
Topek.l ........... '1.0D2.000 31.0 ...T
Springfield, 111.,.. 548.000 .... 5.2
Helena. ........... -955.000 34. S .....
Fort Wayne. Ind.. 029.000 .... 3.6
New Bedford ..... 759.000 • 30.8 ....
Lexington - V 715.000 ' . .... . ; • 5.6
Youngfctown ...... DU7.000 \ 85.1 ....
Erie, Pa :r.;.">: "750.000 12.2 ....
Macon ........... 676.000 -"f" f 13.4 .:..
Akron .....:..... -776.000 J- 13.1; ...7
Rockforrt.,lll . f 862.000 •''\u25a040.fi ....
O-lar Rapids, la. OGO.OOO 1.3. ....
Chester, Pa 620.000 ........
Rlngbamton ...... 670,000 2.1 .....
Kargo. N. D 569,000 1.0~ • ....
Lowell ...' ;'•' ' 505, 0y) 6.3 - ...:
Canton, O ISW.OOO \u25a0. 0.1 ; . ..:
Blooraincton. 111/. 831.000 39.7 i ....
South Bend, Ind... 73C.0f»0 s " 42.6 :...
Quincy. 111....:... 4f.0.000 18.5 . . '.'.
Springfield.- O \u25a0Sfi.i.OOO "32.9 ....
Sious Falls. S.D.- «13.000.', - 01;7 ....
Mansfield, O .: 425.000 -5.9: ."...
Decatur. - 111....:. 427.000 ;lfi.3 -....
Fremont. »b. ..... -SitJ.OOO . • -25.3, ....
Jacksonville. 111... • .".74.000 ..:. 10.0
•Lincoln. Neb.... ' 1.1!K>,000. .... 14.3
•Oakland, Ca1..:.. 2.7.V».Oftfi ' ,::~ .;:.
••Houston - . ...".'. . ; '. \u25a0 22.»>0o.000 i. 36.6 \u25a0, :. . ...
••Galvcßton "....V. 11.132.000 \u25a0;- 6.1 ' ....
/:\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 '-CANADA ' ~ \u25a0 \u25a0
Montreal ........ : $35,298,000 5.1 .X.
Toronto :'.'.'. 27.506.000/ .10.5 ..:.'
Winnipeg ..". . • 13.744.000 ! 1 2S;i
Ottawa .'. . . .'. . . : . : - - 3.43«.000 -,>O.R .....
Vancouver. 8.C.. .4,354.000 , i "« 7.8 ....
Halifax.-....'.'....". .' \u25a0 ,2.349.000 *;-!«.«;
Quebec *..-..\u25a0.•....."- . 2.3*3.000 ia.l .....
Ham 11 ton . . . . .... . . . 2.024.000 20 .3 ....
St.: John,'- N.-8.'.. "."\u25a0; 11,679.000; U4.fl - ..:.
Ixmdon.-0nt..."...i 1.534,000 \u25a0\u25a0> -6.7 .:.".
Victoria. ;b.'C.'.":..'- i 1,305.000 ' .... 4.3
•Calgary \u25a0.;.":..*.•.'.:' 1,628.000 . 55.1 ...".
• Edmonton K '. »-' . . .', . " 1,017.000 ' . ' .'...;. '. . . ; .# 7ZTT
\u25a0 "Not ; Inclnded \u25a0 in - totals comparisons
are-. Incomplete. /••Not 'included '.In totals because
containing other items than clearings. \u25a0
>\u25a0\u25a0 > '-. "VevrvYbrk Grain nnd. Produce . • ;
\u25a0 NEW, TORK, -July. 12.— Flour— Receipts,^ 18,
800' barrels : \u25a0: exports,- 25,000 barrels. J Quiet \u25a0 and
barely^steady. - -\u25a0"-;.\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0.;-\u25a0-.-- .•\u25a0\u25a0;:•—'_.. :,'.;.•/;;
. Wheats-Receipts, 53.300 ' bushels ',= exports.^ 16,
100-bushels.' Spot, firm; No. 2 red." 08c elevator
and'ftOc-f. .0." b. afioat :" No. • I' northern," Duluth."
91.11 V* .f.^ft. b. afinat: No.- 2 hard winter.' $1.00%
f.-- o. • b.".. afloat. '• • Wheat - today -was * more ' active
and quite firm.*; The close. showed ;%c to %c net
advance.. ..July., closed 1 at - 98Vic: • September;
$I.oo%;. December, $1.03%; May. $1.07^4. .
- Wool—^Steady! •. \u25a0 \u25a0 :*./ ",:...
;sHops—^Easy. -.- .';. -*' \u25a0-•' - . . --'; \u25a0 .
t:HIUeRt :HIUeR— Quiet. \u25a0-.' ' :
Petroleum — Firm. .;".\u25a0'\u25a0' *.-..«\u25a0.'•\u25a0'
" Sußar-^Raw; steady: ; fair ' refining. "3,33%c;
centrifugal.-. 9fi te«t, 3.83%c;7 molasses : . sugar,
3.oß%c;,; refined, steady. '.'-.\u25a0\u25a0.- \"~ \u25a0"'. '. "•.^
'•>' Cottee^— Closed steady.. Sales, 20.000 bags. An- \u25a0
pn^t. ; s. 6oc;. : . September,' •S.fWc;:, October, 5.65 c; '
December. "[email protected]: -, January. 6.70 c; Mar<h, '
5.55<g5.80c;: June. 's.Bsc. \u25a0 Spot, \u25a0 steady ;' Rio,'. No. .
7.5 6%c: Santos, ,No. 4, .7%c;:»»tld,^qulct;-Cor- i
dova,>9Ql2%c.;^ -•;....._; ... ... - .. .. !
* Buttcr^-Flrm.". unchanged." ..
— Steady,? unchanged. '-'\u25a0
•-'Eggs=-^Ffrm,' unchanged...'. ' : ' ' \u25a0
T.Hs -,; V V," DRIED FRUITS V -
- . Evaporated/Apples-r-The^.tnarketyisi.; without
fresh features,' spot quotations being more or less
nominal for the, time -being.-- 1 Fancy/ B%c; prime,
7*4@7%c; poorjofalr.refg^c.'',' - - .. - - ,*., •
•-Prunes — Firmer. -.' on ;. coast." 'Quotations - range
fr0m: 4%c;. t0 ,13%c for. California . fruit ; and- from
4%c:to 9c. on Oregon* up- to > 30s and;4os.->,- % '- ~
• Apricots — Unchanged.' Choice, .- 22c; * fancy, I .' 22
Q23C. \u25a0- ' ' •'/ \u25a0\u25a0;::-'\u25a0\u25a0 :\u25a0'•\u25a0: *».. ' '-. ' '"• -. '"v .'.
- Peaches— Quiet, r Choice. ' 11%@12%c; extra
choice. • 12% @13c;i fancy," 13@13%c;- extra fancy,
14(g14%c. 7 ... -' ; - - . •-\u25a0
-.- Raisins — Quiet '• on spot,< with loose > muscatel
8%<310c: '< seeded • ralslns,\7' / i@l3c; ' London .lay
ers,. $1.50® 1.05. ; " " . ,; \u25a0_\u25a0\u25a0..,.;. ' . .c \u25a0 \u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0:
.'-- . •• IS'e-nr York ':, Metal • ?larket >
. NEW. YORK, ' July ; 12.-^-Spot • tin was ss' iower
at, £lß6'ln' the .London -market "with; futures ;ml
vaneed : : £1 Is . to ' £181^ lOs."^ Ix>oally - the ; market
was easy, with spot quoted 'at "40(g( 40.25 c.- \u25a0 - C- :
/.Copper was . lower, in ; London • with i spot
at £05 10s - and » futures at - fSS 15t, ; or f 1 10s
lower. < Locally; the market was dull and nominal
with lake quoted at 21.87%@22.85c: electrolytic,"
21.70tg21.75c, '.and casting. at 21<g21.50c.. : ,
' Lead , was dull at -5.25c iniNew,York.",; - \,'-,.'~}.~i
'; Spelter " was ! ancbanged ' at \u25a0 £24 -ss". iv . London
and G.15<5J6.20c in : the local market. • -j : 0 r • .
V Iron " was \u25a0 unchanged.- In \ the EDRllsh market
with standard | foundry I quoted ; at ' 5Hs and Cleve
land -' warrants \u25a0; at " sfis - 3d.*?~ Locally ; the \ market
was weak but without ; change."; ' .'.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
. Fntnre Grain and Provisions - '
'j. CHICAGO.", JuIy; 12.— Active ' covering : by shorts
caused la. strong .-.factor;' in., the wheat market
today, ; with ; September • showing a ; gain sof; %c.
Corn '-. was tup ± 14 c."^ oats \u25a0- were ., %c ; higher, pro
visions were : 7% &20c • higher ."^V^-.^i' ?::.!•.- 7; o*>T?^
',;-. The • wheat , market opened ; weak - because '\u25a0\u25a0 of : "a
decline *of i more ;;. than ild at ; Liverpool, .' and .; the
canse of the extremely favorable weather in the
northwest. "\u25a0>\u25a0' Prices : continued i.to \ decline {during
the y first ; hour ; and i touched U; point l lc S below
the close of yesterilay. About the_ middle of the
day, sentiment' changed,-; and '\u25a0 prices soon advanced
2c above , tbe . low; mark ' of I the ; day." "; ; The ' market
was also strengthened by, reports > of- small* yields
In 1 the ' southwest. V The . close \wai * strong. 3>3 >- Sep
tember ; opened ; %c lower. to ;% c 1 higher at', o3% @
S3%c, 'T cold \ off sto * «2%c I and s then 5 advanced vto
94"4 c; The; close was; at ;94c.T: -v;- C ; «> .'. .* ~~
''\u25a0•The corn'uiarket was weak; < September. opened
%(f«%c lower; at: 53% @54c." sold" off, to' s3%(§|
B3*klc. and then rallied ; to 54^c."vThe close was
at 54?ic'., ' \u25a0:\u25a0:::. K-- . v/r • \u25a0":"... ":;,. ';;,-.:Cif4
1. Oats -, were : . w«ak.v..» September ; opened Vt @% c
hlßher f at 38 Vi @38%c, advanced to': 39%c, v and
closed^at 39% c-,. i v";-;S-i-^feSi;u'i ! .--c;.: : :
."-.Tbei provislona market' was firm." - At' the dose
pork r was 4 up 1 17% @20c / at < f 16.42% @16.46 - for
Sept ember. Lard • was up .7 %c at #9.02% . '• Ribs
were jsOc- higher* at -$8.72%. -^-. ; •.•.*•.
: s ,Tbe leading futures ranged a»' follows :\u25a0-.',;
Articles— \u25a0 Open. T-'High. \u25a0 •"•-.* Low .'ff^' Close.
Wheat— v : " •\u25a0.'\u25a0-.-\u25a0\u25a0 - "\u25a0-.\u25a0-' -\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 v-v -' '"\u25a0\u25a0=-- \u0084
July; \u25a0-T.-i -."".\u25a0.'. ;90 "' 90%'- * '"88*4 A 90%
September ... . 83% V -'.04*, i ..02% ',^94
December ... ' 00*4 "-'.. 07V ',' 85%' 97%
--.Corn — >._C;r-.^- : ." "><;.'.' i'^'- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 : - ..:. : * ''"• -"?
July. ;:.-*.'...... 53%..:.$ 53% 53'; -^53%
September; .'. .04 , 54% ' J53% - S 54%
December ... 51% ."2% 51% - 52%
May--....'...; 52% •, 63^- 52% ' *;3^
July. "- '..::.. .42*4* v. 4314 / 4ia; 43 -
September .. 38%' • 39% i - i3B"i ;' :39*4
December V.'. . " 30%, ' 39% . * *40 :
Ma.r> . '.-.-.".V.-. v»41%,r \u25a0. - 42V4 v> "'41% ' , .«2^
.-• Mes« Port,*; per ' bbl—
September t ;'. . 16 .30 - 16.45 . 16.30 v < 18.43 /
rr~* Lard r- per; 100 lbs— -^WMHtfiMNJiEMN&IQiJIiIS
September V. : 9.00 ; : \u25a0 8.02%>« 8.97% ''\u25a0"! 9102%
October ..*..\u25a0." 9.05 tYf- 9.07% ,*.: 9.05 * ' * 9.07%
> '. Short - Ribs,*, per ' 100 : ll>^l£^:%nmi®E&&Bkps*m
September n.*8.62% v - 78.72%- 8.62% 1?8.72%
October .:."." 8.62% "8.65- .:r-8.60 . : 8.63;
i~- ~-- Grain J "and Provlj-lons ;*.;•;• .
CHICAGO.*^ JuIyJI2.-iC a - S byo u 6tations iwere as
roiiowßwrFlour,*?steady;S>'o ' I 2i6priaR i *vheat,- $1
ai;ol;iNo.i3.-,94ig39c; No.^S.red; sg^cjtNo.iS,
corn,} u3si S34C; |Xo.r 2 'yellow/ } Xili (534 c; iXo* 2
oats, ! -53f(i53t<,c;Sx o:ii 3 ; * wh j te#: 4^j4«*iic: N0.J.2 ;
rye.. Ssc ; | f air.i; to.' choice? maltinp barley ,"> i»G;«3c; ;
I ?«0.-sl; northwestern,' $1:24*4 ;; prime 1 timothy seed,;
*4. * 5 ; clover. *( contract ( grades, 1 $15.50; short ribs,
I , . ; ' loose> -' - : *8-37%@8.e2*4 ; . ; mess \u25a0• pork, i per,;
bbl.f $16^5 ©10.37 14 -Tiard .• pcV tAW lbs. * $B.62 V& i ' j
short > clear t. sides ; \u25a0 (boxed )'*^ $S S7 l i@9; . whisky,
baslsof high wines.- $1.31." ,/»',;-. ;„ -.
' \., ... •* Rec'elpts." Shipments.
Flour.^ barrels ...... 10 fOO 14.600 !
Wheat. "i: bushels "......."."-'- is'o-X) / S.SOO |
Corn,% bushels ':"Vr.v:7TV: " 2^5 "OO 404,5f)0 j
Oate, "r bushels ....... ' ' ' V " Sj'soo \u25a0 ISB.OOO
Barley, - bushels . .'. . . '. •\u25a0 ; \\\ '-. sioOO y. 7,000
.-\u25a0;-:* Bujtter'cheene and Egrsr" : ... .
" CHICAGO. ; July: i2.-^-On ' the produce" exchange
o^ a Z, tbe l bnt ter~ market l was firm : / creameries,;
; I dairies, * 17@22c ; * eggs, firm ; t at ; mark,
cases- Included. *13«|14c; firsts,-13c; prime firsts,'"
14c;: cheese, steady,; 12@ 13 Vic
. Eastern Livestock Market
' /irr»/, : \u25a0 ''CHICAGO; . :"-
- CHICAGO.-- July, 12.— Cattle— Receipts, ,16.000.
Market-strons:.- Beeves. S'.75S"-10;> cows. 1 $1.73
ftto.SO: heifers,, $2.00(35.73;: ca1ve5, ?6@B; pood
to -prime- steers, /$5.50fg7.30; p°or ;tof medium,
•54.i.">ffij.75;^stocker8"nnd feeders,' !"2.90®5.23.
-«\u25a0 Hogs— Receipts.*; 23,000. W Market ; 5c > hlpher.
Light. . [email protected]: ? mixed. $5.75(36.15 : - heavy:
$0.^.3(ffi6;>r0ugh,[email protected]: pigs. [email protected];
•?2J>;» o.v0 .vS bo - c * • h<? avy.- $5.90<g6; bulk of sales,
-•o.Mi'^C.Oii.'-; '..' "" .. '•\u25a0\u25a0' '"; -.. ' r *r . -. \u25a0
\u25a0> * Sheep-^Reoeiptß. 6,000. Market ; strong. ' il Na
tives, $3.75(fJ5.90; -wes'ternF. ;$3.75®5.90: year
i,*°sV '\u25a0 * 01 96.G0; lambs/ $5.50«|7.40; - westerns,
[email protected].;. \ .'--.". ..: - .. i
LoaAnKelcs Markets \u0084'., X
• LOS ' ANGELES. ; r July; 12.— Despite i all \ efforts
of \u25a0 dealers " lf- has ! been ;: found \u25a0 to-be ] Impossible
to r steady,' the . egg c market : when ' nearly " two
months * ago ; official . quotations ceased and ' deal
ers : were, no longer obliged to conform, to a cer-"
tala ; nxed : scale •of \u25a0 prices s promulgated by 1 the
produce . < exchange, >a ~ cut-throat , policy ;; was
adopted by -'some ; of; them, and since then prices
have, been - anything .but certain. .. : :,.. :•\u25a0.--- .
Borne of .the dealers have sustained such losses
from ; candling -. of 3 late t that \u25a0;• they are ' getting
whatever,, price they.; can for . goods rof doubtful
quality,- and I this, la 'having its effect upon the
prices . of < really > good eggs. *;- The prices . quoted
from day fto day . indicate only . a - fair average,
but they, do not ;show s the • variations of some
times - as ; much » as =3 ; or ; 4 " cents ; which occur ;In
different ; quarters in ' the : market.* Butter prices
are . firm j and t brighter » thau < a year ; ago, ; and
the prospects are for higher prices desplte^large
receipts. -.-;•• An. exceptional -demand for- poultry
marked today's business at the produce market.
I lsh Is . insufficient r in ! supply to meet all de
mands. A ; large shipment of potatoes *was . re
ceived;today,', and this had a tendency to weaken j
the ; market. **.:-.\u25a0\u25a0 -..; \u25a0-. -.»\u25a0\u25a0-,\u25a0.. \u0084...v' - I
\u25a0V Produce „: receipts-^-Eggs, •• 34S ' • cases ; \u25a0 butter,'
14.012 ; pounds ; cheese. * 2.160 \u25a0 pound*; \u25a0 \u25a0 potatoes,
ICl. sacks;. onions, 2. sacks.". ' -
'The ; following prices indicate the average con
dition of the market: - -- .-—-.-> :
, Eggs — Local 1 ranch \u25a0 candled, selected, • 24c ; lo
cal: ranch; case count,? 210. --v ' • .
Butter — Creamery ; extras. 57 !^c; creamery
firsts,; 55c; . dairy, ,29c and 25c. -•\u25a0 t -
v Cheese — Northern \u25a0- fresh, 16c ; - anchor, t large,
1 8c ;iTulare .cheese: flats, i 17c: , anchor, .; Young \u25a0
America,. 19c: anchor;. band. 20e; eastern singles.
18«ai9c;.;eas*ern twins,' "2oc; eastern Cheddars.,
15&16e: : Swiss : Imported. \u25a0 32c; Swiss domestic,
32c;-llmburger.'-13c.- ' \u25a0• .\u25a0•',. -." .
Potatoes (per.; ctH— Burbanks (new stock*,
52.253i2.50; - new early : rose, - $2.25; Bliss early
triumph, (new), $2.25. \u0084._ .... .
- Onions— lmperial ; Bermudas: \u25a0 $2 crate, $3.23®
3.so i sack :;ailver skins. ; $3.25; garlic. S(?ftc;
chills.;;evaporated. ! -..11(g;i2c; sun dried, 14@15c;
ground," 12c; Mexlcan;.bulk.,l2Vi'3l3c- *
.', Beans Nper ; ctl)— Pink! No." 1, $3: Lima No., 1.
$5.50;' I^dy "Washington -.-No.'- 1. $3: do; small
white * No. lr $3.50; t blaokeye. [email protected]: gar
vanzan. [email protected];; sentinels, 12 1 ,-j@lsc per.lb. \u25a0 \u25a0 »
»' Poultry — Buying : prices; < live -.weight, per \u25a0 lb:
Broilers. . 1 : to I*A \u25a0\u25a0 lbs. ' not ' wanted : IVi to 2 lbs.
I 1 <il 12c ; fryers. i under 3 \ lbn;; 1 7c : • roasters, ' 3 or.
more.;lbs,- 15c; hens,- 12c : ( stags 'and old roosters.
8c; turkeys,- heavy,"; 17c: turkeys, light, "not
wanted';; ducks. ;' 10c; ceese.; 10c:- sciuabs and
pigeons, \u25a0•\u25a0; $1.50(31.75. per; doaen; \u25a0 Selling prices,
frozen | dressed i eastern ; stock, pc«. lb— liens, \o<i%
17c; : young ; roosters,* 19Vic: fryers. 19c; brollert",
25c ; ~ turkeys, ; old ltoms,. 21 He: young toma, 23c;
hens, 221,3 c: Keeße/ 17c;; ducks. IBc. ."•*•
. Honey , (per In)— Comb.'? ! water white. ; 1 lb
frames. - 15016C5 ; light -. amber, i 13(f?14c: extra
comb.: water ;whlte. 60 lb cans, 7@7%c;' light
amber, 60 lb cans. 6*A(g7c. ;
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
>nrnl Storen— Turpentine, nnfl Rosin ."
SA VA NNAH.' Ga:; July t l2.VTurpentine-rFlnn.
s?ic;'. mlps.\ 3l2;- receipts. 1.407; shipments.; 110.
; Rosin-f Finn. «. Sales.^ 3.232; • receipt*. \u25a0 • 3,415;
fhlpmentß." 44.%:' stock: -6.36."»..' Qnatations: ."A.
8.C.'53.07%<g!4.02'A:'D. $4.42V4<5%4.45; K. $4.43
«4.rM); JK, [email protected]:.'G:, 54.">6©.4.W; H, $4.80
Ci4.S5: 1. , 54.1>r.: . : K. \u25a0 $3.25; \u25a0 M. - f 5.«0; N, < $5.50;
WG, $3.30; WW, $C.
\u25a0 Forelcn ; Futures •\u25a0\u25a0
> - K '.-.' LIVERPOOL A'V; V I- "'.-'-/;
- .Wheat— ' -.\u25a0\u25a0'. - - v-^Julyl '\u25a0\u25a0::\u25a0, Sept. '\u25a0'.<' : Dec.
Opening - ...!'. .."./. . ." . vj7* % ," - 7 2% - - - 7-4%' I
Cc105ing.i.. ;.....: -1.7. % V 7 2% ; ; ' ? 7 : 4%;
'"'.;. .--••\u25a0•\u25a0•-\u25a0PARISH---' ' -.-\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-•-•-.--, .'•'\u25a0
.Wheat — ';. ." . iJnly. Nor.-F^b.
Opening .'.:.;.. ..\u25a0..'..:."*.". .7.'! 27 "(»0 23 RO
ciosinn^.-.Tr.TrrJr. •rr;:rrr.-r ; 27 15 .. .23.70*%.
\u25a0 Floor — \u25a0\u25a0 v \u25a0 - .-..-\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0-.---.\u25a0-. -.
Opening .....'. :;34 «~i . 31 15
Closing •*'.::.". .:..-......"... .-.34 S3. ;^ 31 25
' ;\u25a0 St. I,oul>€ ? AVool* Market
.'. ST. LOUIS. .July ; 12.— Market - steady: medium
grades,'"r combinK; and 'clothing. -" 2.")(i|26c; .-. light
fine. 22@2:Jc; Leavy fine,' 15@17c; . tub washed,
: Northern Ha«lne»« :
:i SEATTLE.* July ; 12.— Clearings.; $1,970,997; • bal-.
ances.-.5110,7«2.— <- \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0\u25a0< v •
:\u25a0-. TACOMA. July, 12.— Clearings,': $805,364; ' bal
ancf^/i $67.737. --.-/-%" .. —
f SPOKANE. ; - July 12.— Clearings, $1,181,757;
balances. $103,00 R. . .
. PORTLAND. July ; 12.- r -Clearings, ' $1,483,587;
balances, $87, 570. \u25a0 . ; . -. •:\u25a0..- ... - I
Norhtern AVhent \u25a0 Market
v ' \u25a0 \u25a0 ORTCGONf --
'•'. PORTLAND, i Jrilyr- 12.— Club, ' 86c; " blncstem,
SSfffSOe: red,' B4c: •val!pv.:Rr,(*.
;. -\u25a0\u25a0-\u0084 -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- -; - \u25a0\u25a0 i- '.'. AVASHINGTON'i, ;.
* TACOMA.I July-I2.—^Wheat— Unchaneed; blue
stem, fcCc-; club, -84o ;' red,".. 52c..:
LOCAL, f MARKETS
Exchange and Bullion
]-\u25a0\u25a0 ' • \u25a0'. -"\u25a0• v LOCAL :.i
Sterl lng exchange, ~\ CO day 5....;... — V. 04154 : .. •
Sterling .'exchange,':. Right..-. .7". . .. — -\u25a0 . <ft4.S7"-
Sterling,iexchan>teA cab1e5........ — \ f£4.RB
New c York "eieht: ....... — >«5) D«r
New.York exchange, telegraphic. . *" — ''\u25a0 ' ©*'.02»-i
Silver,^ peri ounce.*...:'.-. ....;-.. ;.';\u25a0 CJ J ,S<3! :-r"
Mexican "dollars, ' nominal.; ;::....'* — •©•''—""•,
.; - -CONTINENTAL \ \u25a0 . ;
New ; Ynrk on*. PRris.'. ;-. .:..::.. :"..... . . . .- Bint*
New.- York ' on ,• Mexico.." . .T. .V.* .V. ..: V. .'. : 20014
Paris : on London . .::.. ....;....:;.. .....25.15 - :
Berlin on L0nd0n. . . . . . . ; ...-;;. . . . ..:.. .20.44*,£
'-<:? VWheat and Other Grains
' Wheat— Both? Paris ~aiid 'Liverpool :fntiires were
lowcr; -. Chieaeo :*vas 'hij-her.- with ! continued bad
crop reports from. the north west;*. The San; Fran
cisco i market 'showed- no i variation of 'any/conse-'
quence;"- "V- W:, ,,-;..%\u25a0.,< -:\u25a0 \u25a0 "y--.-- \u25a0 -,-\u25a0 - '"\u25a0
'- \u25a0';\u25a0:\u25a0 CASH WHEAT ' ' .V-'.
• -California? elnb. r:'51.52"[email protected]: d0 milliner.
%1-H'M, ; *: California', white \u25a0 Australian." $1.6714®
1.72% ; lower grades of California, [email protected]'/i ;
northern '\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0 clnb, jt, com lnal ; sj: northern - - blucstetn, '
$1.62*4(31.70; (northern red.", nominal.' ._"-\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '
L' .-> Barley-— Although • most '\u25a0 dealers continue "t to • re
port : the market dull.'. there ; wan! ft* sale: of itrcm
B.oo* to 10.000 rtsof new.'shlpplnf yesterday at
$1.2. U.YAr; miller ;also:pald $1126 V1 for a -lot
of • extra . fine \u25a0 feed. } but i this: figure ; was above the
ruling . market. Otherwise \u25a0'; there ;- was c- nothing
new.;- - \u25a0 '.;- ..'\u25a0;\u25a0"\u25a0""--\u25a0?\u25a0 \u25a0'-\u25a0 . v '",\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 • ." ' : •\u25a0 - "\u25a0" i .-..'
-"*'\u25a0?\u25a0 ~ ~T ; OASH i BARLEY \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0?\u25a0
Good, to eholce-fe«l.-.i»not."'sl:22%©l.2S;'eom
mon;to;falr.'sl.l7%@l.2oiper ctl; brewing, and
\u25a0hipping,? $1.27% I per ctl ; ; chevalier, I [email protected]
per ctl. •=-\u25a0••-\u25a0 :••\u25a0 -\u25a0..•\u25a0>'-• :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 ...\u25a0\u25a0:.? \u25a0;. \u25a0 ..- ....••.
'- - . . V> FUTURES \u25a0 . ''\u25a0'
\u25a0r .. i 30:30 a. sm. Session
: ,December-i51.27%: -..'• - - /.- : . ;>*Mp*
• Oats— The "market \u25a0..\u25a0 is \ vague ; at : present, and
value* * are f 111 % defined;! Each Z handler* seems ; to
hare his own : prices... There , was n ! sale of choice
white at $1 .40 reported yesterday.' and one j dealer
qnoted blaclc up to $2.25.^ It'is: difficult .to quote
such j an i; Irregular; market.^ -"tvi. I.1 '. - v i^,'~-c" .'- ... - >..f
*a Oood \to <l choice h red,'- $i;4o@l .43; common Ito
falr.?sl.37"4:'<whlte,' L ;51.40<ai.45:, oldjblack, \u25a0 for
6eed/\[email protected];;gray.- 51.?.5^1.42%.""-^".V!. -\u0084'">
"»<Corn — Small-; round I'ypjlow 1 1s 'quoted -higher.
Othet sorts Island 'as Sbefore. ' r '»•.".-. - ;\u25a0•-•.\u25a0: ,.
N^Cnllfornln^sm* 11 Ground": yellow,';- $l:60<§l:C3;
large ' yellow;*: |[email protected]; i white.'; nominal; i west
ern I state ;' sacked i yellowy <marant<«e<l ! dry,'; sl.r>OCdt
1.55 j spot I and » sl.so to .\u25a0 arrive: '. mixed.- to arrive/
$I.47%;, white Kgjptlan,;sl.33;'. brown Egyptian,
$1.25. \u25a0 \u25a0 : ' '\u25a0\u25a0 • - : '-\ r';-. *:"*.:?, .;*\u25a0 hl >--->"; v '*\u25a0•\u25a0'< ;\u25a0:\u25a0 •'
>,;Rye— Dull at [email protected]"ctl for California
and [email protected] for Utah. • \u25a0..-':, :*
'** '- ; Flour. and ' Farlnaceons "Goods k' .- :
;^i- Flbnr^-Californl* S family .j! extras; A" [email protected]
net. \u25a0- without i discount ; \u25a0?\u25a0 bakers' extras,~-«53.20@
5.45 ; I superfine, -•. $4. [email protected]; c Oregon I and \u25a0 Wash- i
lnirton.; per . bbl.l [email protected] for : family I and < $4.25
@4.50 • for ; cut oft.- - . .\u25a0-..:•\u25a0-.\u25a0•.; -\u0084 -r ": y..-. -•\u25a0 -\u25a0,
\"i Farlnaceons s Goods-^Prlces %In % packages, i net
cash, jno discount,'? are ] as ! follows: < Graham" flour,'
$3 : peri 100 : lbs ;i ry*| flour," $3.40 ;iiye i meal,-! $3.20 ;
rlc«,flour,v:s7^o;jcom;meal.*'s2.7s;fextra*cream
do. l^ $3.40 ; fe oat I meal,"/ $4.10;' oat f Kroatsr4 $4.30;
hominy. '.; $3.40(gi3.60; ;- \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0* buckwheat" flour, & $4 ;
cracked -^ wheat. .' $3.r>o ; :? farina,* \u25a0 $4.20 ;^ whole
wheat » flour, $3.20 : >\u25a0 rolled % oats, X" bblsJ'O ?6«S
7.23 : ? ln ? sacks. , $6.so(gC7s ;^rolled < wheat,'bbl«,
$4.30; J! lv k sacks. * : S3.So;t* pearl ,-^55.40:
split •- peas,': boxes, : $6 ; green 5 pt-as, ;- $3 - per 1 100
ji>s. ' • :t - ; . \u25a0 • \•' .'T
*" : ;H«iT,a»d]lP«ediituffß^ .;.*)" '
BeceJpta ;"of i hay 7 yest inlay 3"werel«ai Itons; \ all
ont cars.]£ Dealers i uayX that 6 ' If itlio present Hlght
arrivals g continue ft several / days longer t; higher
; prices j may I result,Ta« • the " is • very J firm;
with a- good demand.-; - v •'•= \u25a0 • '
rj Rolled barley; is firm^Ua sympathy! with the raw
grain, a but'; bran j and 3 shorts • continual- In J large
supply - and .weak at ' uncbaajed quota tlooa. • - - \u25a0•
j , Brai----$10@22-per. ton. x -u, .-'.' " " . >
ii-UMlildliusrs— s-rrCr30 v i pvr' tnn. ' ' . ;'
'\u25a0'\u25a0*. Shorts-;-s2o<s:22.r>o^p€r.; ton:; ; .". '
KFeedstuffs^-RollPtl ~:barley,':": $27Q25; J; mixed
fepd.v $21(JJ24: :-; oilcake t nominal; •; cocoanut
cake,?, or J men 1 a t mills; - $25 : In <. 10 ; and " $25.50 1 in
'sUon ilot*:f jobbins-.l s26;icbrn ' meal. • $32; crackod
cora:"i".s33: j; broom : -corni- fe«l. '\u25a0& 90c(g?l . per * ctl:
jalfalfa'; meal.S carload 10t5."; 520.50: . jobbing. $21.50
per ton: mea-lfalfa.- $20.50: Jobbine. $21.50.
v: Hay-^-New p wheat. ; $12@10; "s old \ crop — Choice
whoat,?slS@lß.r»o per vton;;- good* wheat,: $15®
17.00: r other; grades : wheat.-? $10@14:- wheat and
oat,?$10(ai«: tame oat. $lO@l6:^volunteer wild
oat, ' $10@12; ; alfalfa, \u25a0 $S® 14 ; . stock, ' $S@lo , per
ton.. . -j, \u25a0 \u25a0-"\u25a0' : -.- ".'.",.>. .'- \u25a0" ; ;;-;\u25a0\u25a0" : •/-•\u25a0\u25a0.- "--' *
;.; Straw-7-60@90c . per ; bale. , —
, : - ; \u25a0' -•-, - V Beans -..and ' Seeds
T-i Pinks and bayos >a're<both' higheF "under an ;lm
proved local : and J shipping .< demand. " Limes are
steady.!;; The i other, norts ; show ' no change. ?. . '\u25a0 : ,
\u25a0"\u25a0i ßeans Hper ct1)— 8ay05. ;[email protected]; pea.-s3(§l
3.25; f small white.*' s2.s*>@3 : <lnrep 1 white.- JJ.UOy;
2.7o: ' nlnk. i52.R3(g2.75i $2.R3(g2.75; 5 red. $3.23(33.50; limas;
[email protected]: : red iLldneys.' [email protected]; -blackeyeo.
$4.yofe3;, butter.-'j s4.s(j@s:> horse -; beans, f f-<B>
2.23:- cranberry, beans, \u25a0-• ?.'>.TSQ4; Garvanias,
$3.25(g3.73; ..,:.\u25a0-\u25a0:\u25a0 - ;. C - \u25a0; -:-.
\u25a0<*'- Seeds-r-Brown •\u25a0' mustard. 2(g2*4c; yellow mns
; tard. ' 6c ; • flaxseed, , $2 . !ior^3 : canary, : 4V4 @4 %c ;
"alfalfa,'jlsc:irape, X I^4 @H'^c;. timothy," nominal;
hemp,"i4*^isi3c;r millet. ~'-%c per 'lb;- broom corn
\u25a0>eetl.-, slH(ft:iO;. per.ton." ,-.-\u25a0 \u25a0 •
Dried 'Peas— All; klnd3. are nominal.
Potatoes).' .Onions \u25a0 and Vegetables
. : ;,; Although ' receipts 'of rlverj potatoes are still
i running; light;, prices' for ! them; are easing, off, . as
I buyers are turning, to "the less expensive southern
! stock, .'which i Is •\u25a0 coming ' forward , freely i and . is
i suitable/, both", in ' price ; and * quality . for ;tbe j aver
age 5 family^, trade.- '.Well * known ;. brands sof driver
goods," which had ; previously ; brought 3c : a pound
and. more, .were' hard" to ; move • at $2.85 -a ' cental
1 yesterday, and ; the : bulk of the sales . of . the f fin
i ciest • lots were J $2.75: r Onions '•? remained * weak,
\ with business quiet and supplies -somewhat' in
I excess of . requirements. . ; A consignment of sweet
\u25a0 potatoes,-' the 'first for the season, came in from
. the ;" Coachella ;. valley '; and "; was ;. held •at 10c '\u25a0 a
pound.* 4 '*• •'>"- '-.>\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-..;'- \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0.•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 : -".- . - ' " : ".:-. >*-*,\u25a0, ;->; -> ••
'-ji Conditions -; In " the ' market s for ••• miscellaneous
vegetables \u25a0 showed \u25a0 little . change from^the previ
ous . report. - * Lima '" beans : and :.. river 1 tomatoes ;In
large boxes did \u25a0a : little < better, while ; everything
else. on the list .was easy. to weak on continued
1 large 'arrivals and; light . trading.;.'
! }-\u25a0• Potatoes • * (per ~.ctl)—- New •- crop: '. Burbanks.'
; [email protected]: i- early >, rose.-V $2.23@2.">0;-"t garnet
; chiles. [email protected]. .; . . ':. * ; "-- ;\u25a0 ." . • "' ~ '
'/.Onions— New "ml,. $2.55@3 per sack; now yel
low. S $:[email protected] per ctl ; ' Australian, $3.50@4 per
1 cental. •-s.r-.-j. ••-*'.\u25a0. '.^:'-- r -.-'.' -' ' : ; : • "-•.'•--.-.• '-\u25a0
:-' 'Vegetnbles-iAspanigus. s@loe; per. pound: ' rhu
barb, [email protected]:per box; -green 'peas;* H4<o! 3c p<*r
lb; ': tomntoes."' 50® 73c ." for. ; small .' and - [email protected]
for ' large , boxes; > string ; beans.- 1 Vi 6<3'4c ocr Jb;
wax boans; . 2©4c fter lb: lima ; beaus; B@9c" per
lb:?sucimpr : w-uash. . 50(§j"3c per box; -ejrg ' plant;
8(§10c per 11>: ereen pepj)«r!-.. o<&7c per Jb*,; cn
cumbers.isorti73c;per box;'okra.'«ls@2oc per lb;
garlic; 3(3 4c~ per lb • for new; cabbage, $1.50 per
etlj* canliflowerr CSftJ^'Oc ' per dozen : - green . corn,
[email protected] . per sack and $3 per = crate.
'-\u25a0 \u25a0 . Poultry and .Game ;
'•*- Tliere, were - further • large receipts of poultry
from domestic, shipping points 'and '.with quite a
carry over, from! the preceding day . on • hand - the
market was in poor shape" all around. *; Large re
tail hnndlers manifested I but little interest - In
the " market \u25a0 ami prices ;., were \u25a0•. unsxwtalned ," and
wenk. except on fine large young chicken"; which
formed but a small percentage of . the arrivals.- .
:* Poultry' (per do*en)-^-Hens.-*[email protected] for sma'tl.
[email protected] . for large > andi $7@R ,j for extras : ; old
roosters.' ' $4®.*; : < yountc | roosters. I $8.50® 7.50; * do.
extra large, f S@O: fryers. $3@6 for large -md
[email protected] for small: 1-irge- broilers. $3@4;
small,.- broilers. $2.50@3; ducks. $5@C for
young and $4054.50 for old; pigeons. : $1.25*&1. 50:
pqunbs. ; sl.7s@2: geese, $1.50 per palr;*gosllng9,
$I.7s@2' per pair.
\ • Game—— Nominal. ;*- \u25a0;.
.. Butter, 'Pheese-; and EgsaiN.
•;--i The market' for dairy produce continues. rather
quiet.;* with * business ': m 1 butter > confined -• prtocl
pally to the 'purchasing of small parcels for ordi
nary s routine '.wants.V- Only ' strictly < fancy: table
goods seem; to be In demand at. the moment and
such I stock 'keeps well . cleaned up,' "while the j un
der,; grades : are rather hard to move i and J the
larpie s, receivers\u0084o f, - stocls are ' sometimes
willing to ;• concede to - buyers.' •' On : the ; exchange
yesterday, crenmery extras lost the lc.gained on
the,;precertlng' ! fiay. '• bat- ; the .market 'was very
stronsr< at • the Mpcllne: .The* supply of \u25a0': cheese .is
still j comparatively; , : licht and that
roinaius firm at : the recently advanced quotations.
Business lnrßgs H; merely fair, but with' the re
ceipts running 'lijrht \u25a0" the supplies', keep -.well
cleaned up ami prices l>olrt flrm • right ' along;.'* " .'.'
On the s exchange bklrling. was: quite. brisk. ' : but
actnal trading * wm; confined to extra , butter." of
which 3«» cases wero poM. 10 at 27c and the bal.
anre ut,2*)V-jC a pound. "'
> Receipts' 'were;. ';r>.2no ' lbs •; butter, 24,300 lbs
cheese and j 063 cases ; Pffgs. : A'< : .'\u25a0*" ;; \u25a0 • *"..; .'•
'.-,Tbei.follo*viug- are : the \u25a0 quotations- as
CstablisbfO; by; sales, bids and offers on the floor
of ?the" dairy , fxchanse: - \u25a0:\u25a0'-'\u25a0' .-...- -' \u25a0
''\u25a0 Butter— Fn>sh • cr«-»mrry. ; extras; 1 26} Ac; per . lb;'
firm : :- do \u25a0 firsts. £ 25c; - flrm ; . s*»c«nds,' 24c, firm ; :
thirds, flrm:. packing stock.; firm- at? 22^c
for tNo. y t -- and •* 2ic : r for.-, No. .- 2: eastern \u25a0>" ladle
! iiacked," extrac'i t'l -^c.* 1 firm ' do firsts.' 21c. firm.* v
sri Ch«»ese-^Fnncy • California !ne.w ; flats," 14HC : per*
lb,' flrm : < firsts. jl3 He. r " firm : I new young
fancy." 15<4c.' '.'.firm : ifirsU. - 13 -^c,'- firm ;:;fancy Ore^
I Kon.fl4Uc,flrin";'Xew York storage,: fancy; 18"£c,'
flrni. 1-*1 -** \-; .".*v.^ r* -*. .; J -^- I "\ .\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-- '\ \u25a0. -\u25a0 ' t _~ A - . \u25a0 ;
' '\u25a0 Eggs^-Callfornla -'fresh extras.- 23c per doz,
firm: firsts,-. 23*^c.~finn; seconds. 1 : 10 Me. t flrm:
thirds. 19c. firm; fresh eastern, steady at 19 &e
for firsts and 17 1-jc for seconds.. , .
..; Deciduous* and -Citrus -Fruits ;\--.; - : -j\
\u25a0 - The outlook' for Uhe" market 1 for Baftlett pears
is^soiDcwhat 1 vague \u25a0 aud ' unsettled and " conflicting
roptirts * regarding t the , situation ; arc • coming to
band. 'JS Ithougi^ 1 : It ;• is ;\u25a0 believed : ": that ' the ; yield
, will. bo-bclof.v that of ;iast year.* it is not thought
that'iiriceswill hold up; as 'high as expc>ied, as
it' develops^ that j the \u25a0• crops , in all gectlous . are
rlpeuins fast and probably will all come. into the
market ,- at * the: same . time, which *\u25a0 will ; tend to
woaken- values. .-At' I«Hrgt.;'thls -Is the opinion
amonjr.nosted ofKrators»^and it is said: that sev
eral -lame.", local •; houses* have; ceased .buying? on
speculative, account. in the river districts, leaving
the - field jto nsstem buyers. .'\u25a0"-..'\u25a0 ; " ;-\u25a0•"; ' -•
'vTtei usual v Friday ; dullness' prevailed '\u25a0 In- the
market -yrsterdsy.; :tnd. J: although ' prices \u25a0 were ?as
a - rule; w.pll ; ma intained; dealers : found It ' impos
sible to t- ff«-ot ; clearances : of orchard descriptions
except , In' rarp Instances J Figs dl«l :a little bet
ter, on decreased • arrivals. \ while small packages
of^" every thine 'Z else , stood .\u25a0/ about i as \u25a0; previously
quoted: "Apricots ' In ' bulk ; were in Increased sup
ply. " shlpiiers ; in ;. various sections \u25a0 having ! sent >in
largo : supplies L to : c«>t.; the. .1 benefit 'of Uhe- high
prices prevaillnj-. and the result i was ": an •\u25a0 easier
market. \u25a0•Tlif>/bestiNapa lots, still sold .up tov7c'
•a pound, .while 'Alameda 1 county stock- was slow
* t s(gtsc : and . the \u25a0 canners >\u25a0 refused 7to • pay } more
than i sc* for tanythinir.-" Melons ? and ; berries : held
steady, at about previous prices.' while everything
ln'the cltrtTsllneiriiled. firm.. with stocks'llinited.
i Brrrles— Strawnerripo. » $4.5Q@7 < per chest . for
I-onpwortl/sand s s4.3o(g7 s :for the large varieties;
raspberrips." $46iS perw chest: ' blackberries.. $3®5
per chest:^loganberries, $4@6 per: chest for red
and*[email protected]>o'foriblack. \u25a0\u25a0 • ' . . ,
?Cnrrants — ?7@11: per., chest. sUps -
. Cherries— sl. a ; per box for packed and; 12% Q
15c;ppr^lh]foriloo«e.";' i . \u25a0 \u25a0• \u25a0• - . -. — ;
'Apricots— sl.ls@l. 4o "for boxes and- $1.50®
I. 73. f or. cm tps;'. ln bu1k. "5(370 per lb. »\u25a0 " .\u25a0'-• " --, • -
~; Apples (per .l)oxl — Fancr.r ; [email protected];' com
mon ; to , choice, ! ">0c@?l ; ;\u25a0 crabapplcs,- [email protected] per
box.*" 1 -;;. .--".; \u25a0;. \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0 -' : \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0 -\u25a0..\u25a0'... .
? Ppars-^Bartletts.v $1.25@2 per box; la bulk,
$35(£00 per, inn. \u25a0\u25a0-.',.,
i:l'igs— DrEMrers ; and* single layer boxes. SO®
COe: s double ; layer boxes, COftSSc; '\u25a0 large . boxes,
SUSl'^o.Vv •> . ; \u25a0 .\u25a0' - \u25a0-. .-.. -\u25a0 \u25a0
.'•Melons — Cantaloupps. • $1.75'Ti2.25 for -; oony,
nnrt :s2(ffi3 . fr>r ;st.ind.ird . crates;- 'watermelons,
$2.""s(<£4;rjer <lor.-. : - *\u25a0 \u25a0
\u25a0 \u25a0 PpachP."^— Free boxes, . 50c@$l ; * lugs, • $1 .23 * for
smnll;ands2<&2.so for.largp. j.~ „• * •.-•-. .. - ;:^4v^
-:;- Plums-^"r>osssr.So ".per jbox «or ; era te;!- large
Ik>xps; $1 .50(3; i . 75 ;; prunes,', $1 .23@1. 50 . per, crate.
s2<S3;per.crate;*as;to:varlety. ".
\u25a0" \u25a0 Citrus ; \u25a0', Fruits -v :. box I — Seedling »-. oranges,
[email protected];i 4 Valenclas,:»s3..*'.oisJ-l; 2 i Mediterranean'
sweets,:;? $2.r.oTt;!; » ; St.'i* Michaels' .v. [email protected];
lemons,^' $4.C0©5 \u25a0 fov I fancy." $3.50@4 . for -. choice
and \ %2%% |for ;; stanJard: * ifrapefruit, ' [email protected]
for seedless;* limes,: $4(g5; ;\u25a0 -*j.-^r.- '-. ;K. - -; .'<
•v' Tropical i Frultsi — Uan.in.is, [email protected] • per. bunch
toVi Hawaiian and $.'*(g;3.">o for Central ; American ;
pineapples,'; $2.3o@4| per; dozen, i '-.
Dried ; Frnits. : Ral.ilns, "Viits ; and Honey*
'-. Several I descriptions 'i of - raisins } are : higher. v as
tvill^be : seen.7- Figs" are <:very.* arm';at : a' wider
range. Other \u25a0 descriptions ; are 'as i before ; stated."
•£•\u25a0; Fruits-rNew » apricots,*?: 24@27c: ?« evaporated
apples, 1 spot, \u25a0' C% @7*ic ; ; peaches;. old, r ; 10til2^c ;
new j crop;''-! 11 Vi(s)l4c; \u25a0'; now «• crop 3?i@3c;
prun'es;4 size basis. 3S4(34^c;)lajj-e sizes,- 4%©
s^.'^ Future I deliverfes lof * the ? 1907 1 crop | are sell
ing to ' packers at ; 4 % @~>c l P«>r lb.j 4 - size ' basis: -*
\u25a0~- llaisins-^-Nominal, r« clesned top. > Quotations ; for
the J 1907.J crop i are -,7@9c • for <, seeded.*? 8V4@7 14c
for .*. loose X muscatels; .C%^.nc ; for seedless sul
tanas, $1.50(£1.7u . for^ i.omlon ' layers : and $2<g3
for. clusters."v.'.i' ; -' -;,;." J-'r:-- ".-,"-\u25a0 - '-".~ >-•\u25a0• *»»_-.- t;^-*-- ->.-,<;.
:XiNuts-^Alniondß.r: Xi Nuts-^AlniondB.r nonpareils. >: 17% @18c : . I* X ; L.
16V4@lSc;!ne plus ultra,*.lo^jlSc;;Drakes,.l3^®
14c ; Sf Languedocs,".;' 13 H %1-ic ; / hardshei !,">. 9 (&> 10c.
. Walnuts,**- Jobblug i price*— Sof tshell.^ 15@16c ' for
No.l l* and -124513 C f or > No:; 2 ; : Italian , chestnuts,
v ;V,'\: " ;•;">. ;..;.;%;,\u25a0.>\u25a0
.;\u25a0• Houej*;— New s white -. - oirnb, . \u25a0'-' IC@ 17c;, • water
white : extracted, 7 Y>c ; amber, ; o>4 &6c ; per lb. ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.
% / ". -- . i^.v v "\u25a0-;\u25a0. .. —\u25a0 1 \u25a0\u25a0''.' - "•'*
'-:. '">«•-\u25a0 * %:'\u25a0"-; y" Pr<yvlnlon '' \u25a0 r .' *
Packers land; wholesalers ' continue' to* report the
average I trade,! with |no f urther^ change lin I prices.
fcfc Cured I Msats— Bacon,** 15*>4c i per i lb 4 for j heavy,
15*4 Qls%c* for flight -medium. rii6*4ctforillgnt,
17@17Hc i 'or-extrtt*lightlandU9®2lcifor<susar
cured; fdryisaltedtßldes,ll4c:rbcllTeß,il4%(3lsc;
eastern 1 sugar i cured 5 hams," 17@17%c;v California
hams,£l6%c;i mess] beef,ts9j per. bbl ;;extra; mess,
$9.50; - family ,-ji $10: 5 prime j mess \ pork,*; $24;^ ext;a
clear, , $27; '- mess,| $25; i pig '\u25a0- pork;,; $28; I pigs*.; feet.
$s:ismokPd;beef,il4cper;lb;.'; :\u25a0•:. .;;...:;',-,- \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 . -,
!'^ Lard-^Tierces 8 nnoted *j"a t J 9%c 5 for . California
compound,"" o%c • for eautern compound '\u25a0 and <11 *^c
for 1 pure;* half ibarrels,*> pcre.i' ll%c;f 60 Ub t tin*,'
.ll%c; £ 10*lb)tIns,^12"4c:$&-lb.tlns.'*.l2a a c;i3'lb
\u25a0tin»,sl2%c.",^*-*gs^£3Ms*iß . .-....-*. ...'.
«r-i Cottolene-^-One'i half 'barrel.Hiliagc; • three- half
barrels A)( 1 1 Vi c ; 3 one c tierce;^ 1 1 ftc ; *. two *\u25a0 tierces,'
lie;' five. tle-^es.-lOX^c."; ';_;'-„-;"
": Hides, STniloTV^-AVool '> and i Hop* /\u25a0\u25a0
HldeS^-Cslls Jbranda ' oell Übont S %@lcVan
der quotations:'* Heavy, salteA steers.Mlc; medium,"
10c; ftllght,"^9^c;:- cow-hides,';- 9 V>ci for t heavy •
9%c| for light;! Btag«,Hßc;isaltod.klp;ilO%c; salttd
veal,tl3c;isalted; t calf;i'l3Hc;'.dry.i;iilde9,'vl9c;
dry,B klp.'S ISc *, 3 dry.» calf fi, 23c: j sheepsklDS,', sbenr
lings,%;2o@soc - each : S short wool, - 60QR6c- each •
medium,*; 90c@$l; I long s wool* $1.15(31. 50; * horse
hides, - salt, - \u25a0 $3 . f or ; 1arge..; 51.75® 2 - for : me
sl for - small : and . 2r.(fi.V)c • for colt».; deerskins,
dry Mexican.' 36^@3oc: pickled do. 33c; dry salt
do . "£• Mexican • <lry i hides. : 19c; .try .salt do.
15c; r plckle<l- do.; 17c: 'gtvitskfn.«. prime angora.
75c : ,"extra large do.- $1.50-. "large. 1 35<g43c;- me
dlnm.'3o@33c;^m*ll. 20@25c^_ \£-<4 " j'fli
~ Tallow No.-. I- rendered. : s@o"«tC; No. 2. 4Q
HumMldT.nd \u25a0 Mendoclno. SS^-Vc: mMdle co,-n
tr a7@l9c- sSanJo«quin.!l4@l6c5 SanJo«quin.!l4@l6c for free and
12Q14C per lb for. defective. - . ' . "_.
-.HoiMi- -Prices to growers are as follows: 1908.
s@7c formal* to choice; 1907. 10® lie per . lb. j .
Meat Market -
A scarcity of .live steen- Is now reported, bat
It is-- thouirhtr to be^Only: temporary. All other
description!. ' of ; stock ,- are in- sufficient supply,
with quotatlor^u^han^-^- ,
'•Klinrtterers" rates -to dealers are as-follows:
-, Beef — 6%@7c per •lb for steers and S*i O6U.C
'?VeaA^V4@Bc for • lar^e \u25a0: and B%Q9*4c for
8n Mntton 10%c : for .wethers; 9»4«?ll0c for ewe*.
Larab-^Sprlnjr.'; 12fi?12£c * per Jo.
. Dressed. Hop- 11 M?<ft' 2c perlb.
, \u25a0"' I™ LI VESTOCK "; MARKET /
\u25a0 The followikg quotations are- for. good.' aonnd
livestock delivered In Sm Francisco. less 50 per
cent shrinkage for cattle. \u25a0 .^
- Cattle-^Steers.v No. 1.; 8c; -.second qnallty. TQ
7Uc- \u25a0 third quality. - cer.*4c; . cow* ami I betfen.
"<a7V4c-for : No. 1. second quality 6c. third qual
ity 3W.c; bulls and stags. 3®3%e.\ - .
"-- Calve«— Cc per - lb ; for light. 4 He , for medium
and 3%c'for heavy (gross . weight).
- -Sheep— Wethers.. -s<g6c-- per lb;- ewes. ,4%
@5%c (gross weight). - -
Lambs— Spring; -6@6«c. ~
Hogs— loo to 200 lbs. 7?4<? P*r lb' 200 and «p-
Vard;6%@7c; "hoars 50 *per cent, stags 30@40
per cent ' and / sows - 10@20 • per cent - off from
above quotations. \u25a0-\u0084:;'.'
General *\u25a0. Merchandise
Bags— San "Queatln. 7*ic: grain- bags,' Jnne-
Jnly 'BH@*?4 C J wool bags. 32*4<334c; fruit
bags.-7%c for cotton and SHe for Jute. -
Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite egg. $13: Wel
lington; $12 per -ton: New Wellington. $12: Coos
Bay \u25a0 $10; Richmond. $12; Cumberland. $14 -In |
bulk and $16.23 In sacks; Welsh anthracite, $15;
coke,' : $17 per - ton In ' balk • and - $19 la . sacks ;
Rocky mountain; nominal. - * '
;' Oil-Quotations are • for \ barrels: \u25a0 Linseed. 57c \
per gallon 'for boiled . and 55c \u25a0 for raw; cases C
morercastoroll; Incases, No. 1. 75c; Bakers' !
AA," cases. [email protected]; lucol.-30c for boiled and!
4Sc for raw; China nut. cases.- 85>C$*K)c per gal
lon:-cocoanut olian' barrels. 67%<Si71c for.xxx,
C3©oS^c for; No. 1 and 62%^;C6c for No. 2. ac
cording to quantity*' extra'.bleached whiter sperm
oil. 65c: natural winter sperm oil. 03c; natural
whale ; 0i1, ".65c; extra winter strained lard oil.
ftsc; No.l; lard oil. «">e:.pure neatsfnot oil. 75c;
No;.l neatsfoot oll;.3"Wc: hewing oil. 40c; aal
monoll. 33c: boiled' fish 0i1.: 33c: paint oil. 35c.
-Coal Oil. Gasoline. -etc.— Water white coal oU.
from ;. tank r wagon.' 10@llc; special. - do. 12*4 c:
pearl \u25a0; oil. 1 , in cases.': 17c; astral. T 17c; ' star, 17c;.
extra star. 20c; Elaine, 2«c:-eocene, 19c; stove ,
gasoline, in bulk. 17% c.. in cases 24c; No. 1 en- I
pine distillate.' Iron barrel* or drams. Se; No. 2;
do 6*4 c," cases 6"aC more; benzine." in bulk. 12% C. (
In cases 10c; 86 degree gasoline. In bulk. 30c. In
cases;36c. "•••;- ' - .. .. \u25a0 .-
1 Turpentine— S3c per. gallon In cases and 76"4 c
In drums and iron- barrels..
Rdsln (per bbl of 2SO lbs)— E, $7.33;F, $7.45;
G, $7.60;- H." $7.70; I. $5.50. • - .
Red and White Lead— Red lead. . SVi'S*' PPr« r
lb: white lead. B@S"4c.. according to quantity.
Svgar — The '• Western supar refining company
qnotes < as follows, terms -net cash:,- Cubes' A.
crushed. 5.60 c;; powdered. 5.45 c: candy granu
lated. 5.45 c;',; ', fine fralt or " coarse ' granulated.
5.35 c; beet granulated (100 lb bags only). 3.23 c;
confectioners'- A. 5.33 c; magnolia A. 4.9.*>c; extra
C. 4 .85 c; golden C. 4.75 c: D. 4.65 c: H. A, E.
crystal domlnos. 8.75 c; tablets.'- half bbls. 5.85 c:
boxes. B.loc per lb; Barrels and 50 R> bags 10c.
half bbls 25c and boxes 50c. more, per 100 lbs for
all grades. No order taken for less than 73 bar
rels or Its equivalent.;
• Receipts of Produe* • -
FOR FRIDAY. JCLY 12
Flour, ! qr.5k5....13,336|110^5, bales ..... 17
Wheat, ctls .... ; I.o7o|Ftod. - sks -' ...... 200
Barley,., ctls -1 .. .' 5,373 1 Leather, rolls . . . »0
Oats, ctla ..:... \u25a0K3 Tallow, ctls :.1.~*.'92
Beans, ' sks .; . . . ' 351IUdes; , No . . ... : 3.24 D
Corn, ctls .:.... 63 Pelts, No .......1.146,
Brsn; sks . 310 Ume. , bbls ...... 1.170
Middlings, sks .. 210 Wine, gals ....:.20,730
Potatoes, sks,... 5.300[ Lumber. --M ft....- -100
Onions, sks ..... CGO Oranses. bxs»...» > 500
Wool, sks . .81 Livestock. No-... 20«J
Hay, 'tons ' .V... 303
THE . STOCK MARKET
Southern • Nevada Stock* ' Active * and
Hi-Kher — Local Securities .Doll
I There was a very strong and active market in
the ; southern . . Nevada '\u25a0:-, mining - stocks " yesterday,
especially in the "afternoon.; and at the close of
tbe day quotations for almost all were. materially
higher than ; at the close of -the preceding day.
Eastern ' orders ~ were \u25a0 reported on - tbe floor. ; and
brokers! assigned; this as -.the-; cause of the rally,
(joldfield . Consolidated - : sold 11 p . to $8.70. . cloning
at. sß.6s,: against $S. 17 the ;• preceding day:-Com
bination i. Fraction > sold at : $2.Sofe3. at
$2.97. . against: $2.82 J the day S before; - Daisy ran
up 't0: 52.30 and closed at: $2.25. against $1.90;
Florence sold up to $4.52, an advance of 20 cents
for. the day. -Red, Hills was, very active at.49@ ;
52 ' cents, • against \u25a0 47c: on -Thursday. '-- Taken alto
gether' Its was . one "of . tbe ' best days \u25a0la \u25a0 these
stocks for some", time:; : Scarcity of stock in some
of • the ' favorites _was - again Reported. " 1 . . •
"."> The 1 Comstock} were t only ! moderately active,
with no generaC. tendency. • either -up or = down,
v I-ocal t securities - continued '." dull, and ; . beyond
a further; decline -In oil from $29 to
$2S and . a » stronger ; feeling -in - Alaska - packers
at i s43.-: therei was -nothing of *' Interest . on .the,
stock 'and bond exchange. \u25a0 Sales of 'bonds were
$33,000. ;\u25a0/".-, ' \u25a0 " .';. :
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
FRIDAY. July 12— i0:30'«. au
\u25a0 -UNITED STATES ' BONDS
\u25a0 Bid. Ask.!^* . . Bid. Ask.
4s qr cp new. 129 '\u25a0.—:-. |3s;qr coup... — .—. —
.MISCELLANEOUS BONDS ,-.
AiVa'.W ~T)t. — — Oak^.Tran sslioi% —
AssO; 0i1. 55. 79 ,— -Do Con 3s. 100 —
Bay CPC ss. — 99 Ok Trac C Bs.— 100
Cal;C G ss:— 103 O W gtd. ss.— 97Vi
Cal G & E g" . Oceanic S 3s. 47*4; — \u25a0
-m& ct 55.77*4 79 Om Cable C-.108H112
Cal st-C Rs.9B. 101 ; ; Pac G Im 4s. — 92W
Cal^Wlne ss. — ' 9S ' ; PER- 5»..1O1
CC'Wat;ss.loo \u25a0 — Pac-L4P-ss. — ldHi
Do ?g i mjrSs — 97 *4 Pac . TAT ss . — . 108 .
Ed' LAP \u25a06s:— ' 115 - P -^C H: 68.101: 102*4
F;ft CH6«.102*4 — P't O-R;«s.lW -\u25a0
Geary Ist\u25a0 5s : .'.2 ::: - Powell ' st ; 6s. — "\u25a0\u25a0 107^5
HC k. S ss. 9S — (Sac -EG*R5s. 97*4 — •
Hon<RlT'fis.los*4 — SF & SJV3s.ll2- 115
LTahoe R3s — — . SK.O &'SJss.lOl*«
L'ArElec ss. — - ,100 xl Do 2d njgSs — —
LAG &jEl3s — — SJi SCR 4^s — 95
LJAiKy 55;.108H — : SUrra -R-65..' — 100
LAL gtd ; ss: — a 103 \u25a0 S PofA 6s -"-.
LAP:lcm 55.102%103Vl (1909) ...... 101 —
LAP.' CaI:- ss::— , 102 r '(1910) .... — —
Mkt st C 68.108:-— S P of C 6s
jDo lem "58.101%"— ' (1912) .... — 110
MV& MtT3s.lO3 -,'—<- SPC:lck:ss.ll4'll7
NR ».f :C155.112\113. SPB.H 65.123;-125Vi
NP CR 55.*99 102Va 55PRRlstr4s 91 91%
N C Ry ss:r"— 105 |SV W g n»g4s 84»,i 83
N CP.C SS/97V4 99 -iStknG&E- 68.100 —
NiEl Co ss. — ?97»;iU G & E ss. 100
O GL&H 55.100 105*. UR of SF 4s. — —
Oak ' Tran. 6s. 108 % 100 HI Val. Co P ss. — 100
; : ; ; i "T WATER STOCKS .
Coctra Costa — ,62 IS V" Wat Co. SO"4' ZOS
Msrin Co .. — . -C 2 1 ;] . •
;. : ; ' / GAS AND ELECTRIC
Martel ' Power — —.] Pn'c :L ! C 0 . . .. fiO 70
Mut EI» ctfs -4*4 — -•' Stkn G.A E. 52 —
Do ex \u25a0• ctf s : 12% ]~ ' .:
i
Fireman's Fond : ."..'..:. „ :....... ...120 127 fa
\u25a0': \u25a0;\u25a0 BANK STOCKS '*
Am'Sll Bk: — 1*53 [Lon. P* A.120 140 ,
Anglo-Cal r. :"—•\u25a0;; 84 - , Mer .-Trust". .V — 215 -
Bankof. Ca1.313; .— . |Merch Ex .. — "215
Cal Safe Dp." — 125 M S " F ' Nations 1. — —
First; NatnL.23o. 25Ovi. '
$%Il3s££B£['''' SAVINGS , BANKS
Ger*S'& L.— 2830. Say/& L So.. —,120
Hum.'S • 8k.2100 ;•;•-. — Sec- Say -- Bk.~r^^Se^-'B
Mut SaVißk."— •90 - Union T ; Co. — 3250 ,
S \u25a0-\u25a0 F. Say ,; U : — ' • C3O | . ; • .". ,;
L ; STREET RAILROADS
Cailforala ".';'£-' ; 140 I {Presidio ,'.."... — 23
Giant : . Consolidated > C 0.'.'..":.... ....."7- 80
\u25a0; .---'.-\u25a0/;\u25a0.' ' ;; -.'-SUGAR, \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0" v _ -.
Hawaiian : C. — il_Bo'|Oncmea; B*C. — 36«
Uonokaa • S . C 10 \u25a0-. — Psauhau S* C. 14\\ 15 -i
HutchS'P C.13 V-'lSVilUulon'SCo.. ""44H 43
Kl.'auea . S : C. J 1 - 2\%\ .Do pool , .-.. 44*4 "43 v
Makawell C- — . ,20 < ;{ ~.j: _. .-•"-..
' " \u25a0•• ,r, r • • miscelllaneous . ';
Alaska P A. 42 :-'— OceanlciS Co. — —
AssOsOll Co.;2S - ;30 Pac Aux F.A: 1-,—
Cal F- C Al — 103 I*ac^C"Borax.ls2H —
Cal- Wine" A.' 78*4 S2, Pac IT&T pf d.' — • 95
MV& MtTmr — 110,; ", Do ; com . .. — 15
. . - . - s SALES" ;
! .. . : .- v. Morning Session- •
Board—. i"-*ff"rlWlßrg
' 85 Alaska * Packers' .« Assn v ' ; .:..... 43 . 00 •
,ci;. 5 •\ssociatedtOil*'ttv*.'r."rtT'."*: j ;rr:r29 00 -•
$2,000 Sv PArlsona \u25a0 (1909) ...... .... .101.00
$3,000 s iP'Arl"iona^(l9lo).".r.-.....;.i0i.75i P'Ar1"i0na^(1910).".r.-.....;.i0i.75 \u25a0'.
.";.";'\u25a0 Afternoon Session .\u25a0. \u25a0
.-.;-\u25a0 \>Boart—y- \u25a0\u25a0"-.'»-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"•- \u25a0 . -:-.;\u25a0•„;\u25a0
- 173 Associated •OH *:.... . r. . ; ....".:• 25. 00 ~
;' JiSMakawell, Sugar Co \T:".T:-:Tn-r.^27.50 *
: $2,000 Hawaiian Coml 4 Sugar 55.\.; 98.50
' $3,000 Oakland Transit 1 Coi «• ~~rr.~lCO 00"- T
2 $ 1 .OOu S \ V :: Arisona ; ( 1909> .*' '.:: :". . ;-. . . . 101 . 00
: $2,000 United iRJ.R *of S , F .: 45. ......'. 72.00 -
va Street^- '. :, \u25a0 ' ' -•:..- »J-«»i.-tV» J -«»i.-tV
$4,000 S, P '"Arizona .(1900). :.!:.... ..101. 00
$36,000 S 'P.,'Artxona* i1910)......v.r.-.101.50, !
»"' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'. \u25a0'' ,". ';' '"i ;.'. -\u25a0\u25a0 .'\u25a0 ', \• \ ' ..'\u25a0
TJnllnted Secarltlea
: ! ' BONDS
ii v-!|;"v -!|;" '" '\u25a0\u25a0 -^ :-. 'Bid. Ask. i
Bay .CPC? 6s. — 103"4 SFJ*:NP.^Ss.IOO 105 !
CalJNW^RSs^i 10S S'P Coast ß4s — J» i
MarlnfW?ss>-ii 100-^ Stand -El- 5»..;— " *»2*4
Kls I vWksSs — ,100 ;". SuniTel 'Bs.T; • — 105 V*
SFiDrydkiSs"— i; 10». Sutter it Rss — iw
! Family Pttall Market
f • Retail rates "for the leadins' household "»wples
! snow. bnt tittle change from last week* reports.
A slight \u25a0 advance .In * egjr» ' and several anrm
•portant changes in green produce will be note.l.
i hot. they do not" call ; for extended conrment.
iM«#s. fish. and poultjr are still selling at the
i lon7 established cpiotatUma and th* high price*
| established for coal last winter still prevail.
j COAL. PEE ITON—
Welltn«rton v ...r.slsJoojCooe Bay *!2*12
Feattle 13.00: New Welltßsrton.; 13.00
Roslyc ...-......— Q— 1 WelUagton Nut.. 14.00
Richmond grrr.T.i 13 . im
DAIRYPRODUCE.. ETC.— .
Bntter. 2 lb- sq.—^fir,! Swiss Cheese : -^}^*
1H Ib sqnare.r-*Sso:Eyjrs. -doa '•\u25a0'\u25a0* : s'&3to
CaUfraU Cheese.—^2o- Honey, comb.. ib.^i^iJ
F.jtFtera Chfese..— U-'>: Do .extracted... 3(310
."POULTRT AND GAME—
nVns. larre,ea.s 1 (8 1.251 Dnck*. each .... - 95c -J? » I
Do small -"..v.6o@<ai<;e**e. each .;...$1.75.'f82
Ycnne Rooaters. lOosllnesi :.s2'a'l.sO
»ach:. gSraSltPlzeon*. pslr~"...3nffl}-M>
Old Roosters. ea.Sntflfi^! Squabs, per -\u25a0•pslr.SojWw
Fryers, each ...(WX^73'Hare- - — @^
rtoilem. each .'.".33Qsoißabblts .V. — ©30
Turkeys.*, per 1b.23«J28!
' MEATS. PER POUND-i
Roast Beef— (Mutton Chops- .l2*4 "si*
> Choice cnta ...IStil^il'ork Chops ....— «|2O
Do plain ...10@12%iVt«l Cutlets — <I$W
Roast Veal ....IJia* 3 Corned Beef . *^ »
Roast rork ....13«20;n«ef Stew 7<4 Jl
Fr.reflrter \u25a0• Lamb. — C«t.V Mutton Stew .... Hf«W
Hlndqrter •' Lamb.- r «*2o"Veal Stew ...lOQia^
rcreqrtr Mutton.— <3 lo! Sowp Meat ...... — g 3
Le« -Mutton -..'..— 015 1 Soup Bone ..... — <w_*
Tenderloin Steak.— '<3l3|Ham .. ...... 19&2H
Porterhse Steak..lS«i2ol ßacon Mfdai
Flrloln Steak-...— «lMPirk Sau*axe..l2%fj«
Htmnd Steak ...— <3toi Chipped Beef ...20tf?—
Lsmb'Chops — «3C3',Lard — Ql3
VEGETABLES—
Asparagns. lb .".".10^ 15! Lettuce, dos ....15@25
Artichokes. d0z..303601L«ek3. <Joi bncis. — <*513
Beets,". dos 10<f? — jOnlons, per lb..i 4@
Beans, white, lb. s<B elokra. per 1b. .. .23^30
- Do. colored, lb. l'(« 6jpotatoes. lb .... 4© 5
Dried Lima. lb. — *| 81 Parsnips, do* ... —^2O
Ct-bbage. each ..—«s 10! Radishes, rf, j, nc hh — /ais
Celery, head . . . — «?10t Rhubarb. 1b 6^ 3
Cresn. da bunch. 131 i! — 'Safe, doa bach«.2s«—
Cucnmbers. d05..15/«2o!strlnff Besns. Ih. idh *
Garlic; fißHOlEommer Squash.lb 4<§J C
Oreen Pepper*.. ,10i@lo|f<proBt». per lb. . — ft —
fJreen Corn, \u25a0 dox.3s*jjsolSr>tnach. per Ih. . — *?'•<!
Dried Peppers... .2o*t2.V Thyme, dz tinea. — ffZ~t
Eic? : Plant, lb. ; . — iQ 2o! Turnips. p»r doa.— <il~'
Creen Peas .... C<% SlTcmatoes. lb — © !
FRUITS -AND 'NUTS— 'j/.
Anietr Pears. ea.OTfftS-Vfirape Fruit. d3.6ocfj?l
Almonds ....... . 13<H2t;! L»-niuns. <iuz ....15<U:>'
Apricots.' lb ".'; 12% Si 151 Limps, ilo-r. — «J»."
T.pl»« : 4«j» »" > L«--anberrie«. dnr.4o(?j."»o
Blacibrries. dmrJ»i^;WU'ian>fes. Dos ....W4s>'>'J
lvrans j^. — ««2u! Do. choice \u0084..20(^.'»>
BrazH.Nuti ... .ir»«t2i'ir*ln«-f«pple)» eaeb..4O(ar. >
P.tinana.4. «102 . .2««2.*' Peaches, lb S'ttlrt
Cantaloupe*, ea.'. s^lol Plirmsu Ih ......" 6<§t S
Cherries, lb — fc'Jhl Ra Isdn*. lb lixwtr.
<*<>coanuts. each. S'&ilOißf'sptwrries,. drw.4o(^6l>
Chestnnts. lb... .— i&JSOiStra-vbrie*-. bkt.lO<»r2<i
Currants. \*t\.slf«l.ir,- Lars? basket ..23(as —
Flg». dried. lb.. 6ft S-Wnlnnts. per lh.2ofi^i
Do.- fresh. -doa. —Q lo j Watermelons, lb^*© <
FI3H. PER POUND—
Pnrraconta — (St— i Shrimp)-. lb .... — ©!f»! f »
T.Jack Bass . . . .— <?«— t Do picked . . ."..— (&3H
Carp SiiJlolSefc Bass — «[l."
Catfish 12%4*13; Smelts — fillS
Codfish — <at2%!S<>le» ........ .— Qto
Ilonnders ....IOQISWtj-tiitM. each ....10«J—
Halibut — «Sl"l'S.qTjld — W-Vj
Iltrrin-r • — #4 — iTomcod, ......... — ® —
Meckerel .....10@12-4)Tnrbot 20«tJ5
Do horse ..... — <Ql'>lTront — & —
P»rcb- — (QlOtWhlteflsb ..100S—
R«kfl»Ji 15ft*2*>! Clams, pallon ...60!^—
Hockcod ........ — <51."J >Do. nardsbell.lb SfillO
Salmon. freah..l2%Ql3iCrawflsb. per lb. — <8j— •
Do smok-d ..23@—t Mussels. lb — «4i"
Salmcnt Trout ..—<««— iCr»bs. each ....20ficC23
Sardines — (at—) Oyster*. Cal. 100.40f*3ft
Phad \u25a0 — <ftlfti Do Eastern. dz.3o@tO
Btrlped Bass ...— <g2o|
\u2666 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Ala Su? Co.' 10 — \u25a0 'llodo new pi 21 —
Cal Cot Mils — 00 |N Cal P Co. 23 23«»
C. Jockey CL — . IM lO>|>beuin Co.. l-> —
Cal T I & T — 250 I Pac C Cas Co. 150 175
'Thntes C 0,.. — 4 Pac GJtE pfd. — 40
• Cvp L Imp. — * 5 - S F Drydock. 50 —
I>pt Pw pfd. — 83 IRF &SJ Coal — 2O -
Do com .. — 93 !S Criw PCm — 5O
Hono P Co.. — 22 iStand l'.Cem — 35.
Do old pool 21 — (Track Elect.. 14*4" r- ;
Afternoon Seosloo
$1,(100 Standard Elect Co gtd ss. S».OC
California Stock and Oil Exchange .
B!d.Ask.f. Bld.AHk.
Asso Oil ct.25.50 3«.23iSovereign I* 20
Chi Crude .. 06 07'Strrltas l.s*> — -
Cl&remont ... 72 — I.Si»perior 13 —
Junction .... 15 — (West Shore ..2.~>3.«
Pittsburg .... 05 — I Wolverine 40 —
OFFICIAL. SALES
:10 Associated ...... ...'......:... 2!>.00 .
725 Graeiosa ....... ...'.':*; '.T.TZiZTTZ^?. COO
60 Sterling . .:......^»....:.v... ...... 4.M
MlnlnV Stocks
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
- Following ''were the sales on the San Francisco
«tock and exchange board yesterday:
coMSTocKs ;';; ';
Regrtlar Morning Session
00C Belcher ..... 24}- \u25a0 "5n Could * Cnr. .: 14
.100 Best A Belch. Csi 100 Hale & Norc. ,ZO
'300 Caledonia ::. 134 1»0 Mexican 45
50 Con Va M Co. 55|.400 Ophlr ' .S.7*>
•230 Con Vt M Co. 551 200 Sierra Nev -*-.. S2
400 Crown Point..' 17{* SOU Union Con ... *J5
Informal Session
600 Bnllloa ...... 20| 100 Mexican .'...^49
100 Challenge ... 13' 1«jO Ophir 1.7«
800 Challenge ... 14' 90i» Savage «»
700 Cttollar : " 1O ICOO Savage ....... r»-«
' 900 Coa .Va M Co. &3 SOU Sierra • Nev .'. . H2
' 200 Con *Va\u25a0 M ; Co. 54 400 Syndicate '. . . . :1 1
\u25a0 400 Exchequer ... : \u25a0' W SCO Lnkm Con :.. 24
200 Gould- it.. Cur. IH| 300 YfiUow Jacket. 92
200 Mexican . .-;*. .~ 1 43{ -.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Bld.Ask.| Bid.Ask.
AHav — 02( Jostle* ....... — 02
Andes ....... 16 — IMoxlean 4» 31
Belcher ..... 24 ' 25i Occidental .".. S* —
Best &"Belch. 65 70.Ophlr ...1.70 i.w>
Bullion ...... 17 20lOverman ...;. OR Irt
Caledonia ... 12 Mjl'otosl ... 10 12
Challenge ...13 »4!Rlch Eureka.. 3. CO —
ChcUar ...... CO , lltSavage 5S . 59
Confidence ... 61 ; — (Swrphm \u25a0-. ....T 05 —
Con Imperial. 01 -^ <*2iSec . Belcher . . O4 r.3
Con >*• York. — O4!Slerra Nev ... 32 34
CooVa M Co. 54 s«;Silver HUI ... 5© bo
Crown 'Point.. 16 17|Staadard Con..*'.oo —
E-frhequer ... S" .... ,10 it
Goold ACiir. 12 13 Union Con ... 24 2T»
Hale A -Norc. 49 51UUh 05- 07.
JuU* 05 — YtUow Jacket. 91 03.
TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS
Regular '\u25a0 Session — 9:30 to 12:30
2000 Adams- ...... 13J1OUO Gold Wedge... 08
500 Alice of , Won. , 0»i 400 Grandma ...... 14
SfjOO \u25a0Do," 5.-...; 0313f,«0 Great Bend . . C 7
1000 Apr Fool Ex. «)2tlOiiO Grt Bend Ex. 14
4000 Atlanta -.*:.".. W-J3400 Jim 8nt1er..1.074
000 ' Atlanta ...,." «l!SliflO Lige Harris ..02
4000 Atlanta. ;b 10. 60} $no Lone Star .... 20
1000 Atlanta, b 10. 61 2000 Lou Dillon ... <••*
50C^> Atlanta.- s 10. 6V]H<ot > Man Dexter ..It
loot) Blk B Bonana . «7| 100 Mayflower Con 3*»
lOOrt Blk Bntte \u25a0 Ex " oA[is*)o Mayne ......-• tt7
500 Blue. BeU ..'. I*l 360 MacNanura ..-SO
2000 Do. t> 10... lf>|3oo«J Mohawk Ex .. "10
1000. Do, b 30... 1!>, U.t) Montana t3.20
4tjQO Blue Bull . ;'. SIiSOOO M Mid Ex. s9O 04
500 Booth 1 ... ,~45',200P Mnatang . . : . . 24
1000 Bonnie Clare. 32!4000 Nev Goldfleld. -2U
-50" Bonnie . Clare. s.'ij 100 Nev Hills ':.'." 6V*
2000 Blfff; Daisy .. (1$ 400 Ncr HUla .. .6.Srt
••»00 Btte "•• Goldfleld 05t 500 Obto . Ton M 5
1000 Columbia Mt.- tJOIIOOO Pine Nnt ... 0*
100 Daisy, b SO. .1.93;i00t> Pine Not .... 07
1000 Dmdfld Trngl. 22! 100 Red Hills .... 4!»
BCOO- •Do.-.b-10... 22i570») Red HUls .... sn
500 Dixie ........ OJ-tIOOC . Do. a 10 49
1000 Falrvw Ha list t« 1300 ** Do. s 15 srt
3f>oo Florence Ex.'. 31 2*jO(> - Do, b 30.... 30
100 Florence U1d.4.63 3MO Do. b 10. \u25a0 s<>
- 100 -.- Do. b 30.4.62%|5f«0 Do. s 30. ... 4»
«x> Flor G1d...4.62% Top Ex. 24
105 C Gld Coo M.. .8.351 WOO Do. 1 to r si
1100 Gld Coa>M.B.37%[inn<V .'Do, b3O ' "23
SCO- Do.» \u25a0 -30.8.37% Hi)o Syl Humphrey" M
10CO Gld Kewanas.- SOJUMO Silver Pick '.* e» '
•100 Gld MiNev..l.soriOO SUver Pick .. 'C 3
1000 Gld ; Portland. 23|
Informal Session — 12-30 to 2 p. m.
if.OO Adams ...... 1313300 Great Bcmi . 67 :
6l<oO Atlanta '-'..:.. «O|toOO Great Bend .. 6»
'000 Atlanta ..... 81 iouOU Great Bend .. 70
2000 Atlanta ;..-. 62tt«00 Great Bend .. 71
moo Blk <B1B 1 Bonans ' 07 j tCOO Great Bend . . 72
* 100 Blue : Bell . . . . 20i200« Grf Bend Ex. IS
2(X)O Blue ; Bell . . . , tO|7SOQ Grnwtr « Clinton 30
3000 Blue Bull . .*. 3113000 Grnwtr Clinton 31
SOOOBomUe Clare.' 33! WO Hlbernia ...;. ©fl
1300 Bonnie Clare. ; SrtjiixKi Homeittake X 90
lOtiO Bonnie Clare. ,.<33t 300 ' Do. b 90.. 1 W)
U*H>' Bonnie Clare. 37|2i.0f. Homesteke X -35
1300 Bonnie Clare, sajiono Jim Butler 110
SoOC.Bootn ....'.:. -soj 200 Jumbo Ex .. 1 35
* 300 Booth ..'3l |3Wh> Jambo Ex . . . 100
..Vm"! Columbia Mt. '30;22t>0 Jumbo Ex ..1 92 <*
lflOO.Com. Frac.*.2.B2%!looe* Do.'b 60..1.97U
-200 Com Fraetton^.SOlafHX- Lucky Star l 5
500 Com FraeUen.2.*»3ilo»)O Lucky Star ... la
50» Com' Fractioo.3.oo|.-aX)O Lucky Star ... H
',200 ' Com Frac.".2.9«Vit4ooo Man -Comb .: 02
.700 Daisy ".'.. ..:.1.9313'.»J0 Man Mammoth 11 :
1000 Daisy ; . . : : . ; : .2.00} so«j Mayflower Con 3d
22W Dai5y. ....... .2.0511000 * Do.'b 10.V 38
'100 Daisy .-..T:.2.07%|1000 Mayne ..:. * «\u25a0;
2000 DaUy- .V...2.12%| 200 Montana ... ..3 20
1000 Daisy ..\u25a0.-..". .2. lU^«X>oMoowk C Leas 10
1000 Daisy ....... 2. isUooo 1 Do. ' s3O ,i«
1000 Daisy, ..;.:2.l7%|lsoOM<*«ivk Ex .'. n
.".<*> Daisy ..-.:... 2.2TMU»H Mohawk Ex .. 10
500 Dat0y 1::..:. .2.23U00> Mtc'Shoa Ex. 07
' Sflrt Daisy * .~. .. . .".2.30ffe00r Muatane .. '24
J. C. WILSON
Stocks and Bonds
Member Stock : and Bund ' Exchange. ' 4SS CtlJ.
fora la" »t. ;''* phone Temporary 813.* ' c
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