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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS
Xcw York stocks higher on the day. Call money still lowl; ;- ; ;^
Cotton and copper stocks somewhat higher.;
Silver advanced Y\z. New York exchange still rising.
Local securities and Comstocks more active.
Southern Nevadas" irregular.
Cash wheat rather weak and futures lc lower.
Barley and oats quiet, but steadily held. Corn nominal.
.Average trade in flour, millstuffs and beans.
Hay firm, -with the best grade slightly higher. Bran weak. ; r :
Raisins and dried fruits well held, with most of the latter sold..
Hops rather more active. . with prices unchanged. Wool steady.
Potatoes and onions weakening under increasing arrivals.
Poultry in larger supply and tending downward.
Not much variation in butter, cheese and eggs.
Fresh fruits in ample supply and featureless.
Cattle, sheep, hogs and cured meats unchanged.
MrrcbanU' Exchange ElecU >v^
,The. following regular ticket was
r'.eeted at the merchants' exchange an
imal election yesterday:
Directors— F. B. An<ler*on, E. M. Bray,
TI. W. Goodall. 11. J. Knowles, T.. T. Kruse,
C J?. I^umeigter. J. K. I^visou. Joseph Mafner.
A. S. MoselcT, James Otis and G. X. TVcndling.
EASTERX MARKETS
\>w York Money Market
NF,W YORK. July 16. — Money on call, ftf.stor.
•Jls<gsJ l s <gs r*r cent: ruling rate. 3% r*r cent; clos
irjr bid -%. ofi'erwl at 3 per cent.
\u25a0 Tim* loans, easier. Sixty days, 4% per ceat;
90 <i«T«. 54 per cent: fir months. 6 per cent.
Prime mercantile p«s"-er, 5% per exit.
SterJins exchanpe 1;«>«vt. with scmal hufln»ss
in backers' bills at ?4.5670Q4.56T5 for demand,
*jj^ at $4.52*0<i24.fi3Z0 for 60 days.
ri*t*d rates. $4.84©4.57%.
Commercial bills,- $4.S3UQ<-53%.
Bar silver. 67'* c
"Meiican dollars, 52% c. •
Bonds— Governments, steady; railroad bonds, ,
'\u25a0Z': "\u25a0
Xeir York Stock Market
NE^T YORK. July 16.— The stook tnarl.pt tn-
Atr *ras a dull affair ssd bad all the charac
teristics «>f the midsummer period. Th»»re was
«w»e actiTlty In three or four stocks, but if
the shares «f these are deducted from th«
total sale* nf the day the remainder Is Insig
nificant. UtsioD Pacific was the active feature
*t«J its Mies make up an important proportion
*>t the fisj-'s business. The rnovetnftt ih Union
Paoifio eiso was a dominating infiupnee upon
tlt Barrow tnoveroent of tb« whole market.
Am»lg»mat«wl Copper *nd Reading made up an
*>th»>r imp«rtaiit proportion for tbe small deal
ins* of th*> d«y. Tb<> penpral movement was
»t<iKii i h »tj4 - Id conformity with th^ narrow
rfss of tb* martft. Tb<« friends of Union Pa
effle pTw-lainiM IL"> conviction that tbc infpr
f-nrf 10 be «irawn from the Harriman report of
rtf Intrrstai» <v«aitnerce commission vrag the
**twitted futility of the prosenition to
Aisfs.\Tf ih» railroad cornbiDati.Mi, \u25a0* and
was ronrr than suffirlpnt to absorb soni<»
l»nrf otyerincs for foreign nrrount. Lf.Ddon to.-*
»ti unfavorable view of New York valurs and
*pti» oT*>r quotations quite radically reduced
frc-xn. last night's clofjd? level her*. An cb
f-tgf\e to th<" rising tm/Irney was tbe bad ef
fect "d fpnrimrnt produced by tbe instability
i* tht- price of copper. The crock market
i*-»? cn-fronte4 »t the -outset today witu a
f'urep in tbe pri'* of copper warrants in Ix»n
dfln. and durin* tbe day there <y?curred a further
reOocttoa of i%c to l%c per pound for all
Trades of copper. It has been the subject of
»-ommon <iiv»u*sk>n that this reduction hss failed
i" rfvive any df-msnd for copper, and opinions
f-nnd esprosfiun today that the fell in price
niUKt run (.»v«ral more <v>ntK before f»isinr*;s will
bf> foim'l. ' Tlio report of th<» reduction of quo
tations «1 thf New York metal exchanjro war
in*- i-fjma! for .-i <looi«i*Hl hreak In stocks,
opinion bas+4 upon tbo mor.oy outlook affected
»>r the <*»1I for h 2rt por cpat syndicate inptall-
P"nt 111100 tbe t'nfim PaofSc contniv«»rtibl<» bonds
to l» j»ai»i on Monday noxt. whi:h will call for
pearly $14.0«i0.4k^. i-ausPfj » fmtxitber money.
irarkrt. The wtpkl.v bulletin «.f the weathor
hur>»BU was favorable in its showing of crop
•\u25a0•mditiotjs. Prir-*^ rr, SP rspidly In the half
hour 10 ihp l^st of tho dsv.
Bonds w-^re steady. Total sales (par value 1
$f4T^.<lrtl'>.
rnitwl Ststw 2s coupons advanced \\ on call.
\«w York Stock List
K. F. Button & Co.. 490 California rtreet.
fpprabrs of the New York stock eschinjp, fur
nish the following list of bond and stock 6ales
y*t«>rd*y.:
.Sg^s J STOCKS I High) Lowi Bid I Ask
. jA<Jams Express ..J | [145 175
jAllSs-Chaloeni ..! 1 10 11
; D» pfd:. r ...j 28 r.o
••*.i<ii ( Am«lg Copper 90%! SSNt »oi< 90%
iAm Beet Sngsr '. ..... 1514 17
1 Do pfd \u0084. ;. 80
'Am Can .Co '..... fli: 5%
-•\u25a0\u25a0•i Do pfd 53 w 7 "
COOiAm Car &. Fdy.. 44 43 T 4 43T£ 44
.......( Do pfd : .'. 99% lOO I^
inn Am Cotton Oil.. 31U 31U 31%! 31 v
Do pfd 1 8« 00"
Am Dist Telep 20 | 40
Am Es 2in ( 22fl
Am Or TwJop 5T4 piz
1 Am H. &. LoatbPr 4L 4^.
•\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'^l i*> pta 19 20
SO/) Am Ice Securitle* 62 60 62 ««
• Am Linsped 10% 14
..! Do pfd 23ii «»q
. ; "400 jAm Locomotive.. 59 55% 58% 59
•"••"' D° PM 104% 10fi%
1+;^ Affl Sm * RfR Con97i!HS% 119% 119%
?ooi Do rfd... ]i06%!i06 wr,\ ion
.^'Am Snear . .; .(!22%!122% 122% 122%
• 1 Do pfd I ..'... X' m 127
jAm Stc*l Founds.} "7 fi
....... Do pfd 40 42
.......!Am Tp] A Tel Co 109 HO '
Am Job pfd.... 67% S7 S7 87%
Am Woolpb 26iz o 7 i?
.......j Do pfd 91 91^
4.f«00 i Anaconda ... 58 56% 57% 57U
•»- (Atlantic Oast L. .T.* 96 97%
....^^i'.'.-.'.'-^^iHlH
S.eOOjB R T :.:»% '57% 5S 55%
\u25a0 -....„! Brooklyn Cn Gas. ........;! 105 115
...... ..Canadi Sonthern 64« i 65V.
4.SOO;C«naaian Pacific. 177%!175 1775; 17714
1.C00.C A O ......... 35^ 34V, 34^ '»|
*'*'- : ! rt. \u25a0\u25a0!«••*\u25a0\u25a0 16 '« lfl
....... I LV> nil fn
pi
I.nnft'C 4 N W ...... i.V>" 149' 14914 i^tt
» Ontral Leather. . . ". '. '. '. '.'.'." 1% 04
::::::: ch^urferminkii:::::::::: i %
....... DO pf<1..... jr «i
..Chi Cn Traction *-~i 3 4
•••»r*.| D*> pf<i. ....... ... jg «c
:::::::i c^ c pfl. s . t .. 1 ::; ;;;;: ::::: g*
lOOjCf-lo Furt A Iron 32% S2%* 32% 32%
....... 1 no pra en m
!Col Hock CA I. 24 25
I.4OOJCCIO Southern... 25% 24% 25% S
.......I Do Ist ptd. firt nrwc
400 IDo 2d pfd ... 45% 'is*' S % 46 %
- Do pfd " 72 74
:\u25a0 500 ,^' & .nadson.. 171% 17l" 171U 172%
....... -D LAW .. 4CO" 470
...™?& W-::::v: ** *® A*
...:.r.!Derro!t Kb R r *X-M*. '.'.':'.'. 672 fl
...X.^i Diamond Match! ..... " i«^^ w
•WiDirtmiae Swir. 6R% C«"' 65U CSU
InnoDoluth ssA a. 11 S 11 n 11%
200| Do pfd 2i^ 0p.,/ Su £*
I.2on:Erie 25^ 25^4 25% 29
V* Do j« t pfd.... TQ% 5914 59 i2 co
.... 2M r^M 2 V f l P fd;.^... 4 ! ?i g?lgS
..:.:..l«ran CMS A P..._...„P ..._...„ J2 i iso
SOO^Great Nor Ore.. 58% J 58 5S 58%
10.600J Do pfd ...... 155%J134H 135% 135T4
.......JGreene Can Cop 16^ J614
..:..:.iHavana -Tob Co. .....1..... 32 \u25a0• ]•>:?
....... 1 1 Do pra :.' ..;.... 17 20
..... 4 .!Hociin(r V 01.... .......*.;. 7S Kr.
..... .J ". Do : pfd .-.*.... .....! .-. .\u25a0.'. ',.,.-.'. $$ \u25a0
lOOjllllnois Cectrsl..!l44 1144 143% I4t
....... I Interboro Metro. .....J.....1 isi 17
..\u25a0.:.:.! Do pfd ...... r......... 45 4"fi«
....... Inter • Piirtcr ;;.. ..... ."..'.. 1414 14^
.1 Do pfd ....... ..... .:... 71 72
llnt*r Power .... ..... ..... 43- 59
.'. jlnter Pnmp -23% 29 "
..:..:.1 Do. pfd 72 74
200;rorra Central ...! 18>4 18 18'(is%
I Do pfd ...:..!:;.;. „... ss% .•»%
fK eFt SAM pfd!;.:.. .:... 72 75
20OIK C.Sonthern... Sfilt 26 26«, 26«
500 iDo pfd,.....'.. 57% 67% 87% 68
...... .iKnick Ire 30- .'....
....... L Erie A West.. :.:.~. ..... 18 23
.....;.! Do pfd ..;..."........... 65: 64
tLehißb Valley ........;... 63% 63%
....... Long Island ... ..... ..... 45 55
-lOfflL AN......... 116% 116% 116% 117%
200 Mxckey ......... 69% 69 • «9 - 70
... Do pfd -.:...-. ..... ....: «7 67%
....... M*nhstUn ..... .."..;'. ..... 132% 135
....... Met: St. By- ..... ..... ..... ..... :92. :
JOO'Mex Central .... 21% 21% 21>4 22 •'.
SOOJMInn 4 St L... 41% 41% 41% 43
.."...'..1 -Do Ist pM..;.. :*.... .V... 79 81%
GOOjM S : VA S SM. 10S % 107% 107% 109 ,
..... .". Do \u25a0 pfd . ...V.-. ..-: . . .... . 135 140 -
t.900 31© K*a A T«r.. 35 S4 . 84% 35%
300) Do pfd : ...... 65% 65% 65% .65%
.^.... MiM«ocri racific. ..... ..... IJ> .7H-
IXath Caiat ASt L ... ..].;..*. 120 V 13» .:
New York Stock List — Continued / \ '
Sale* | STOCKS | High) Low | Bid | Ask"
100 National Lead .. 62% 62Vi 62% 63
Do pfd ft 6% 09
Natl nR Mcx pfd ..". 51 52
National Biscuit. 74% 75
Do pfd 113 114
Xer Coos Copper J4?£ 15
....... I Newhouse Copper H>V« 1 6 %
...r...1N J Central.... 175 ISS
:JOON_Y Air Brake.. US 117- 117 11$
I.fKtO.N y Ontral.... 113^ 112Ts 113 113%
100|N V O & !5t L.. 3S 38 37 39
I Do Ist pfd 107 115
]>o 2d pfd 75 S5
NYNH&H SC 36%
....... X V Ont & W.. 36 36%
Norfolk & West 75* i 76
....... Do pfd : .. 70 S5 .
\u0084 North American.. 6S?i 70
IS.IOO Northern Pacific. 133 130% 132?4 133
Omaha 130 135
Do pfd ... ...150 ISO
Pacific Coast ... 99 100
Do Ist pfd 92 102
Do 2d pfd 87 103
300 Pacific Mail 29% 29 29U 29*4
12.200 Perm R R Co 123% 122H 123^a 123%
People's Gas 92 92&
PCC&StL.. 6$ 71
Do pfd ..... 90 95
Pittsburg Coal .. 11& 11&
Do pfd 52 55
Pressed Steel Car 35 36
Do pfd &9 92
Pnllman Car Co. 160 163
By Steol Springs. 42 42%
Do pfd »9Yi 91
71.400 Rending l03?i 102 li 103% 103%
Do Ist rM SO Sl^i
V-y 2d pfd..... 79 82
SWRennblio S & 1.. 2S^i 28 2SH 25%
100 Do Pfd S4 84 84 S4H
2.100 Rock island Co.. 22 21>4 22 22^4
3(<o[ Do pfd 47>4 47% 47 4S
100 Sloss Sheffield Co 57»i 57>4 57 . ,5S
| Do pfd 95 97
S L & SF Ist pfd 63 65
200 Do2dpfd..... 37T» 37>i 36% 37#
St l> & S W 21 22
Do pfd 51 53
12.<Vh.' Southern Pacific . 81U W% 8184 SIVj
snr»| Do pfd 112H 112 111H 112
1.200 Southern Railway 20% 20 20U 20%
Do pfd &V, 66%
Standard Oil ....504 509
Term C& I 143 148
ITei P C L Co 70 79
lOOfTesas Pacific 30 SO 30 31
|Third Aye.... :...- 110% 116 -
|Tol Ry & Tr Co. 25% 2«
300 Tol St L & W .. 27% 27i; 27%
300 Do pfd ... 49% 49Vi .49% 49%
..Twin City R T 92% 95
Union B & P 57 58
.' Do pfd 57 59
160.500 Union Pacific... 144 140% 143% 143%
Do pfd 83 86
United Copper 64 63
Cn Rds of S F .^... 27 28
| Do pfd I 42 44
Do 4's' 71 73
U S C I P 36 37
100 Do pfd SI SI SO $3
it; 8 Express 10$ 112
20<! U S R & 0 54 53 53 55
U S It & R Co 14 17
; Do pfd 48% 50
....... U S Rubber .....:... ..... 3C 36%
Do Ist pfd .' 09 100
... Do 2d pfd .......*...•... 65 67%
4<5.400 v S Pteel Cor.. 38 36% 37% 38
1.100 Do pfd 100% 100 100% 100%
Utah Copper .... 28 31
Va-Car Cbem Co. .:.. 25% 26
Do pfd 101% 102%
Vt C I fc C Co.. 62 65
100 Wabash 13% 13% 13% 14
300 Do pfd ....... 25% 25- 25 25%
....... Wells-Fargo Ex.'. 280 300
Western Uni0n....... 77%' SO
Westlnghouse ... 144% 145%
W & L E :..... 10 10%
Do Ist pfd ... 25 28
Do 2d pfd ............. 14 17
... Wisconsin Cent 17% 18
Do pfd 40 41%
457,000 total shares sold.
, .i ' \'ew York Bond* •. '
L* S ref 2s reg.,103 .iJapan 4s cert. ..." 80%
Do coupon" ....105%'japa.n 4%8 cert.. 91
, Do 3s reg...... 102%| Do 2d ' series.-... SB%
Do coupon 103 JL 4 N uniaed 4«.. 97%
Do new 4s reg. 127 % 'Man con g01d.4g.. 97
Do coupon .r.ilSS'iJMex Central -4s..'..SoV^
Amer Tob 4s 71V4 1 Do Ist inc. 22
Do 6g 103 |Minn & St L, 45.. 87
Ateh gen 45..... 97?i;M. X dc Texas 4s. 90
Do »dj 4s 87% Do 2ds 86*4
Atlantic C L 4s. 95 JNR of Mm con 4s 81%
Bait & Ohio 45.. 90 . X V C gen 3%5.. 90%
Do 3%s ... 90 IN J C gen 5s 122
Brooklyn RT c 4« 79 I Nor Pacific 45.... 99%
Ontrsl of Ga 55.103%| Do 3s 70%
Do 2d inc.. 6S Nor & W con 4s. 94%
Do 3d inc.... 55 OS Line rfdg 4s. S9
Ches & Ohio 4%5.100% Pa cony 3%s .... 91
Ohl & Alton 3%5. 67% Reading gen 45... 94%
C. B & Q new 4s. 91% S L & I M con ss. 110
C. R I & Pac 4s. 70 St LA S Ffg 4g. 77%
Do col 55...:.. 88 St L S W con 4s. 75
C.C.C & SLgn 4s. 98% Seaboard A L 4s. 70
Colo Ind ss. sr A 65 So Pacific 45..:.'. 87 '•
Colo Midland 45.. 67 I Do Ist 4s cert.. 91%
Colo & So 4s 89 ISo Railway 55. ...106%
Cuba 3s .' 103 I Tex & Pac. lsts..H2
Den & Rio G 4s. 93 (Tol. St L & W 4s. 74%
Dlst Securities ss. S3 Uuion Pacific 45.. 99%
Erie prior lion 4s. 92% U S Steel 2d 55.. 96%
Do gen 4s 79% Wabash lsts ..108
nock Val 4%5...101 Western Md 45... -73%
Japan 6s ....... 99 W& L Erie 45... 80 :
Japan-6s,v2d ser. 99. JWis Central 45. .."53 "
»w York Mining Stocks
Adams Con ..... 09| Little . Chief •'.'.... 06
Alice 4.ooiOi!tariO ;.."........ 4.23
Breece 20jOphlr ...*:... 1 .60
Brans Con 50 Pctosl' ........... ,11
Com Tunnel .... 25! Savage ....."...... '61
Con , Va Mln Co. .- 64 Sierra Nevada .. ."34
Horn Silver .....' 1.40 Kmall Hopes ....."\u25a0 30
Iron Silver .„... 2. 2siStandard ...*.....« 1.50
Lcadvllle Coo . . . - 08|
. , Boston ; Stocks . and Bonds
Money— ;; Allonez .......... 45
Call loans 4%@7 Amal Copper .....' 90%
Time loans . . .4%<&5% Ariz Commercial. .25%
Bonds— AUantic ;...'.. 13
Atchlson 4s 96% ElDgham .........15
Do adj 4s ,\.. 87% Butte Coalition .. 25%
Mcx Central 4a... 80 Calamet & Ariz.. l66
Railroads — " • Calumet '& Heda.B4o
AtthUon 91% Centennial ....... 40
Do pfd ........ 93%iCopper Range '...80%
Boston A Albany .2l4%lDaly West ...... .'15%
Boston A Maine.. ls9 llYanWln ....... 14%
Boston Elev ....135 Granby 125™
ritchbnrg pfd ...121 Isle Royale 14%
Mcx Central ..... 21% Mass -Mining ... 5%
N Y. N H A H..1C3% Michigan ~T:.;". 14
Union Pacific ...143% Mohawlt ....'B2
Miscellaneous — Mont Coal A Coke 2V
Amer Pneu Tube. : 6 Vi Nevada ...'. 14^2
Amer , Sugar . . . .122% North Butte ; . .V. . &'.%
Amer Woolen .. . 26 Ji Old Dominion . . "47
' Do pfd ........ 90% Osceola 120
E<] Elect nium. .210 farrot ........... 10
Mass Electric 16% Qnlncy ;V.!llfl ' •
Do pfd ...'..'.". 156 .. Shannon ....'......* I7«i
United Fruit ...10y% Tamarack ....... 107
Un Shoe Mach....50 Trinity ..V.......V 24>i
Do pfd ....r....26% United Copper .;•. 64^
U S: 5tee1.. ...... 37% US. Mining......; 4SW
Dn Pfd... 100% U.S 0i1... r...-;. .. luU
Mining— --*. , « Utah:..; .-...41%
Adventure ......; 2% Winona .......... 8
London- Closinsj Stock*
Cons money. . .. 84 6-16|N Y.' Central i '.';';.'. 116 %
Do for acct."... S4%|Norfolk A.West...- 7&-
Anaconda .........12 . Do pfd .:. 86 -
Atcblson ....".... 43% Ont:& Western:.. 37.
Do^pfd .1...... 96 rennsylranla :....63V4
Bait & 0hi0..... .100% Uand Mines'...... c%
Om Pacific ....,180% Reading*. .-..>.'.; -.vua
Ches & t 0hi0. ::. . 35% So Rtiiway ...;.. . 20%
ChliGreat .West.. 11% Do:pfd ....:... 69^
Chi. Mil, & St P. 136% So . Pacific .'......- 82
De 8eer5.......: 22%|Union Pacific ....145%
Den &-RioG.... 29Vir Do pfd -...:.; s$
\u25a0 Do pfd ..-"..-..'74-. U-S .5tee1.......; 3V '
Erie Ist pfd. .r.r«l% Do pfd ....... 103
Erie 2d' pfd.. ".-.;; 42% Wabash ... ..'.... • 14C
Grand Trunk .... 29% Dopfd ......' "',-
LouisT A. Na5h... 119% Spanish 4s ....... 93%
M.': X ; A ; Texas."; VV 3S j \u25a0 : .
Bar :\u25a0 silvers-Steady ; . 31 %d \ per •. ounce.
Money— 2@2% per ; cent. - ' . .; :
' The rate of discount in >. the open market for
short bills is j 3%<33% ' per cent and » for ' three
month**. MO* ' 3 ft-16 'pcr -cent. -V v- -.: \u25a0-
\u25a0 JVerr.- York" Cotton ' Market
NEW -YORK,; July .16.— Hntton'«; wire says-
Market opened steady and , trading ' was quite
active, - with •« the .. shorts- best buyers." :. Weather
report : was 1 not as '* favorable, : though It had a
better effect on -; the ; market.: There* was : any
amount •* of r. boll weeeril " ; reports : from Teiai
and -Louisiana: . Climatic \u25a0; conditions, as < well 1 m
the I lateness of the crop, ! haTe I placed the latter
in j condition \u25a0 for ' this i pest > and vone Is r sore -to
hear .of *reat fisjna«e from ; thla •« : «oos i &a
THE SA^ ; CALL; WEDNESDA^I^L^iIT^ 1907:
cotton pets far -.enough \u25a0' ad vanced.* N t! There i- Is
great \u25a0" spinning demand for *\u25a0 futures: o.i>the
basis ; of 1 ll^ic.v and \u25a0- with", the . large '\u25a0 short : Inter
est In . the . market -both i of . them •: will ' be . a bus-"
talnlng feature.^.; - \u0084. ....-;..• \u25a0 ; -"-v ••
• \u25a0 The < improvement <: in •' the market \ today \u25a0 .•; ex
tended >to about ; 16 V points . in ; tbe * general 4 list
and 29 points in July , from i last night's , closing.
This . makes a . maximum ~ recovery » from ; yester
day's low point of about 25 to SO , points ; on all
options,'' while July is 1 up j42 points. .?' lt 1 should
be • noted .' that • the : advance .' in % the •. last \u25a0£ two
days has . been .* in .• the : ; face ! of '-.' a V further " im
provement \u25a0in the • weather . and > the ; crop . news
with the ; weekly government crop report \u25a0of - : to-,
day regarded as bearish." ,-' \u25a0 - '"' '\u25a0 $
, • The . undertone is \u25a0\u25a0 very :: steady.". Friends .-of
cotton have, the convention -.that': tbe 'growing
crop will ' not meet the . world's • requirements
next.' season." : , :'' , :•, \u25a0 : \u25a0•'\u25a0',\u25a0 ;\u25a0' x'<'~ \u25a0 *~-~
: Futures •' \u25a0 opened ,\u25a0 • steady. ': July, ; * 11.70 c;
August, 11.4Gc; September/ 11.43 c;' October,
11.71 c; December, 11.76 c; January,, 11.85 c; Feb
ruary, 11.88 c bid; March. 11.94 c bid; -April,
11.97c Ibid; May,* -11.23c bid. -.- \u25a0 . ' \u25a0 .
- Futures closed- steady." July, '11.80 c; August,
11.50 c: September, 11.45 c ;; October, 11.75 c: • No
vember, ll.71c; December, v- 11.81c; - - January,
ll.SSc:' February,' 11.90 c;. March; 11.90 c; April, ;
12.020; 'May.- 12.08c. 'I
" Spot closed steady. Middling uplands, ,12.55 c; 1
do gulf. 13.10 c. .. \u25a0 ' -. • • '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0':":\u25a0
-Option — "Open. High. Low. \u25a0\u25a0. Close.
July .;.......ii.Trtn:s: .11.70 \u25a0 n.so
August ....... .11:46 11.67 11.46 11:50
September ....11.45 ' .'-'11.58 .'-. 11.45 V 11.45V 11.45
October ......11.71.- 11.85 11.70 11.75
November .... . ', ....-' .11. 71
December ....11.7G- , 11.90 11.75 '11.81
January .11.85 11.97-11.84 . 11.88 i
February ......... ...... ..... 11.40
March ......:.12.03- 12.07 11.90 .: 11.99
April ...;. 12.02
May .........12.09- ,12.09 12.07 12.08
. . XeTr ; York Grain \ and Prodnce '"
KEW YORK. July ; 16.— Flour— Rcceiftts, 25,
84G barrels reexports, "13,463 barrels; dull:.-; and
partly ' lower. - '.' - : ;" .' •'\u25a0', ':>
Wheat— Receipts, ' 29,900 bushels." \ Spot .weak.
No. 2 red, 96c elevator; No. 2 hard, 97% cf. o.
b. afloat: No. 1 northern Dulutb,Jsl.lo:f. 0.,b.
afloat; No 2 - winter. \u25a0 991« c -f. .0.,. b. '. afloat.
Throughout the. forenoon wheat-was irregular
on conflicting crop . and .weather . news, I but de
veloped positive weakness after \u25a0\u25a0 midday and
closed lc to . lUc net lower \u25a0 ' The seUlng was
due to rain in the northwest, with a lack of
outside interest; and poor export • demand: . July
closed ; 97c; 1 September \u25a0 closed 09c; December
closed $1.0214 ; May closed $1.05%.
Hides — Quiet. :-,\u25a0'•\u25a0
Wool— Quiet. ' . ' ' y
Petroleum— Firm. ' .
- Svgar — Raw steady. Fair reflnlne. S.Sn-ic;
centrifugal. 96 test, 3.83».5e; molasses ; sugar,
3.OS«rC. Refined: steady. • 1 -:' \u25a0• --"
• Coffee— The market closed steady." • net < un
changed to 5 points higher. Sales, 23,000 bags,
including: July, .5.60c; -September, -5.55 c; • De
cember, 6.60 c; March,' 5.70 c, and May, 5.80 c.
Spot coffee steady. Rio, No. ~, 6%c: Santos,
No. -4, Vfic. Mild coffee dull. Cordova; s9@
12Hc f \u25a0••\u25a0-."
Butter— Firm. , \u0084
Eggs— Firm, unchanged. -
DRIED FRUITS
Evaporated apples — The : market was qniet
and prices are \u25a0without quotable change. Fancy,
SUe; . choice, prime, 7^4©7iic; - poor to fAir,
6@Sc. .-.:.- \u25a0 .•- ' . ' \u25a0
Prunes— Firm. Choice, ~4?ic to 12' Ac for
California fruit and from 5%c to 9c for. Ore
gons. \u25a0. •\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0: - .:\u25a0: ,-—-.-. i: 5 "\u25a0':' \u25a0
Apricots— Aro nomlnallj- : unchaußefl. Choice,
21c; extra choice, 22c; fancy. 22@23c. . ;
Peaches— Firm, \u25a0with recent rulings in 1 the
pure food situation exerting a bullish influence
on sentiment, though prices are unchanged with
choice quoted at 11 ij@l2c: extra choice, 12Vi
<gl3c: fancy.' l3«gl3Hc; extra fancy, 13@13V2C.
• Raisins — Unchanged. . Loose muscatels, B*i
<310 c: seeded raisins, r 7^<s;l3c; London layers.
[email protected]. ' ; :
»tt York Metal Market -
NEW YORK. July -16. — Further declines were
reported in the London tin market, with. spot
closing at £IS4 5b and futures at fISO 15s. : Lo
cally the market was weak, with spot quoted at
[email protected]. - - \u25a0. ' .
Copper was lower In London, .with spot closing
at ..£9l and. futures at ££6 10s, declines of>£2 5s
and £1 . 10s. respectively. -.. Locally" the market
seemed to be weak' and unsettled: and' talk of
low prices is beard,' some predicting that elec- !
trolytlc will sell as low as 18c before the decline
culminates. Lake is quoted at 21 @22c; electro
lytic at 20.50^210 and. casting 'at [email protected].
I Lead was unchanged at 5.15(a;5.25c in the local
market, but declined 5s to £20 10s in London.
\u25a0 Speltrr declined 5r to fl4 in London, locally
the market was weak, with spot quoted at 6.10
®6.15 c. ' • • ' ,'. \u25a0".'";.
Iron was higher, in the [ English markets with
standard foundry quoted at f>6s 3d and Cleve
land warrauts at 56s 6d. Locally the market
was unchanged. \u25a0 .' ' .". :
Available tlraln Supply -. ' •
NEW YORK, Jnly 16.— Special cable and tele:
graph reports' received .by Bradstreet's shows
available grain supplies, as follows:
Wheat— United States, east of the Rockies.
Increased 1.311.000 . bushels: Canada decreased
1.329,000 bushels. Total United States and
Canada . decrease.' 18,000 bushels. Afloat for and
In Europe decreased 3.200,000. . Total American
and European supplies decreased 2.218,000
bushels. . /: , '.:\u25a0• \u25a0. i ,"-i!%'>zsi-i~l
:- Corn — UnltM \u25a0 States and ;. Canada decreaKed
1.890,0iX> bushels.'. \u25a0 v-- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:-\u25a0: -\u25a0- *f *
Oats— United States and. Canada decreaped
1,242,000 bushels. : . . :
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Futnre Grain and Provisions ..
CHICAGO, July \ 16.— The wheat market *^as
weak all day with the exception of a moderate
rally the first half i hour, during which prices
advanced to about yesterday's closing .' level.
The early firmness was the result of , covering '
by shorts, who based . their purchases \u25a0on • crop
damage repcrts \u25a0 from • North * Dakota - and " on »d-.
vices of light .acceptances In the • southwest."
The market during, the remainder of; the;', day
was completely at the mercy of • the . bears, '\u25a0 who
sold freely because of .continued ; wet. weather ; in
the northwest. A decline . In --Liverpool ;* helped
to create bearish, sentiment In, the. local;mar
ket. The close was • weak. \u25a0 September \u25a0\u25a0 opened
H@?4c to %@^iclower'at P-'tic to 93%c,ad
vanoeia to UZ%c «nd then declined to - 92% c, ;
closing at 02%<g92Wc. "\u25a0-\u25a0- .-.-\u25a0- > . . -
, Trading in corn •. was dull , and '.. the -_ market
was weak all day, ; closing weak, r September
opened to lower, at 53% cto 53%e, cold
up to 54c and declined to 33V6<§.33%c, closing
at's3%c. \u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0 • ; ?\u25a0 -- • \u25a0\u25a0•.-•' -
,Oats were weak because of free selling • by,
longs. The close . was -down. "September
opened.^c to %c lower, at S9c to, 39»ac,;: sold
up to 39\i@33%c, closing at 385ic.";.- - '
Provisions were firm '• on ' buying by local
packers. " September \u25a0\u25a0 pork : closed ;.up"'7%@loc,
lard was2ViC higher and ribs- unchanged. -
The leading , futures ; ranged as follows: '
/Articles Open. \u25a0„ High. Low. '-.: , Close.
'\u25a0 Wheat—' :-. - - - -.- v. -.- '] \u25a0 ?•' \u25a0 .-, 'j'
July .....^.... 90 90% 89% , 89% i
September -. ..V. • 93>4 , 93% 02% 92%
December ...\u25a0...* 96V 97% 96H .\u25a0\u25a0;•' 96%
May ........... 1.011, 1.01% l:00?i , 1.00%
'\u25a0-Corn — '• :\u25a0:•'"'/'• •\u25a0 . ' -'= ',-\u25a0'--'-.-.-.'\u25a0 \u25a0
May .......:.. 52% 5354- 52% 52%
July .... ..5314 53% I 53 = 53>4
September ,-.... 53% 54 -53% rs:}%r s:}%
December 51%,; 51%. 51% ,51%
\u25a0 Oats — •\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 \u25a0 - - - '- \u25a0: \u25a0- \u25a0 \u25a0- \u25a0 --
December ...... 40 "". ' 40% 40% 39%
May .': 41% .42 : 41% . ' 41%
August ' ........ ' 44% "44% • 43»; ." 43%
September ...... 30% -. 89% :35% ":.': 38%
Mess pork, per barrel — • -." ?" \u25a0 \u25a0
September : .V...16.42% 16;47'V'16.42% : 16.45 '
Lard, per 100 lbs.— \u25a0 - .:. . . ; ,
September ;...:. 9.02%; 9.05 -9.02%.; 9.02%
October ......... 9.07% ; 0.07% 8.00 ' 9. T0
Short ribs, .per 100 lbs.— -. . \u25a0>• ,
September ...... 8.67% 8.70 8.65 v 8.75
October .;..;...- 8.62% "8.65 ; . 8.60 > 8.60
".--..-- .:-\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0'\u25a0-'.. — — r— —* \u25a0\u25a0 m \u25a0'*-"'-',• :\u25a0-'\u25a0'. \u25a0\u25a0 :\u25a0
Cash' Grain -\u25a0 nnd >'\u25a0.
\u25a0"CHICAGO." July : 16.— Cash ,' quotations ,were^ as
follows: • " Flour,^ steady; :\u25a0\u25a0 No. -.- 2 \u25a0 spring : wheat,
99c(251; ; N0.'3. 94@09c; NO.-2 red; 89%@90%i;
No. 2 corn, : 53% @53^c; > No. 2 yellow, .\u25a0 53% ®
53% c: j No. s 2. oats, : 43%c; : N0.' 8 white.' 44©47 c;
No. •2 - rye. Ssc; ' good feeding barley, •-" 50@5Sc;
fair ,i to choice malting. y 60@63c; . N0..: 1": north
western. : $1.23% ; : prime '\u25a0 timothy - seed, > $4.65;
clover, con tract - grades; $15.50; short 1 rib sides
(loose),- $5.57%@8.C2% ; ' mess : pork, r per. barrel,
[email protected]% ; \u25a0> lard,'- per T IOO "\u25a0 lbs., * $8.82% ;
short < clear - sides - (boxed), *\u25a0 $8.87% <g9; ; whisky,
basis of high wines, f $1.31. . - .' " ;... .-...
-"'\u25a0 Articles..: '\u25a0"-; r v ' Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, vbarrels . ..'..... ..... 19,300 , 11,700
Wheat,' bushels s > • • •"•'. : . '. 7. .35,000 .-.* -'- 10,000
Coru. bushels k\. .........:. 423,000 ,220,700
Oats, bushels ..'.;.. i.V: . . . 187,500 251,500
Rye. bushels .•..;........;.- 7.000 ' :\.:.7\.
Barley, bu5he15'.."........ .'.,12,100 .900
• \u25a0• Bntter, ' Cheese and Eggs
. CHICAGO," Julyj 16.— 0n "; the produce exchange
today the bntter cmrket was steady; creameries,
21@25c: dairies, 18@22%c;.eggs,iflrm; at'marli,
cases Included. » 12(gj14%c; ; firsts.> 13% c- prime
firsts, l-l%c; .cheese.^ steady.' 12@13%c.:vi
Eastern* Livestock Market \u25a0>-•'.
-: -• . .- - h CHICAGO \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0''\u25a0"'\u25a0,
'-. CHICAGO, > July;. IC.-^-Cattle — Receipts, ' 4, 1 000.-
Market, * steady.* Beeves.? [email protected]; cows.-. $1.75
©5.30; heifers., s2. 6s^s. 7s; : calves, :s6@S;; good
to prime steers, 4 $5.75@7 .30; • poor fto > medium;
$4 [email protected]; stockers I and ? feeders,! $2. 90 @ 5.25."
M< Hogs— Receipts, -. 17,000. | Market ? strong 'tos 6c
higher. , Light. - $5.80; • " mixed. . > [email protected]% ;
heavy, [email protected] ; , •" rough;* $5.25^5.55 ; a pigs,
$5.40<g6; I good . to ; choice heary, : [email protected]. \u25a0». . .; -
-.' Sheep— Receipts, v 14,000. 'n Market ?. strong. ; ' Na-'
fives, • $3. 75@6; \u25a0: wp»tern,i $4@6; yearlings, 5 $6ffl
6.75; lambs, $5.75<&7 .60: westerns, 1 55 .7507.65.
'\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0•'\u25a0 \u25a0': .'"; \u25a0\u25a0'..-• .OMAHA-'.-'-v-^-rVsK'.-.*-:-..'
: OMAHA. Nebr.. r July U6.-^-Cattle^Reeelpts.
3.500. -Strong. to; 10c higher.* Native steers,"* s4.7s
@7; cows and !heifers,?-$3;[email protected]! heifers,?- $3;[email protected]; .?\u25a0" western
steers,' • $3 .75@5- 75:'' stockers i and > feeders; l : s3®'
5.10; ca1ve5,; 5306.25; bulls and [email protected].
Hogs— Receipts. - i U.OOO. %" Market ' 5c - hlgher;
Heavy. [email protected];^mixed,'; '55.70@5:75; > ' light;
[email protected]; i :plgs, t [email protected]:.. J . -<i;..:- , ; :. .
•\u25a0 Sheep— Receipts, v 2,000.v Market : steady, t Year
lings. 50^6. 25; .wethers, V55@5. 75; t ,*ewes.
$4.50(35.40; lambs,^|6. 2sol. SO. V 1V 1 \u25a0**,•'\u25a0 i- •
'.'!.-\u25a0 ' Los 1 Angreles |, Market .' : '.-;-•''
LOS 'ANGELES.*} July f 16.— Except i for." the'de
mand y for ;; choice r eggs,' J-. which £ may % result %in
higher^ prices i before 5 the » end iof i the t week, } there
was 5 no * feature ju In t the •' produce t market -j today i
and " practically . no : chanfh \u25a0In > prices.T?lThe 'choice' '
stocks of "\u25a0 potatoes,- of j which ; there > has | been ; an
abundant I supply,; here.*; is being ; shipped Ito i other
markets;- leaving 1 second ; grade ; stocks \ here, i But-*
ter was in good < demand ( at the ruling prices and \u25a0
withwt material change. * <-, ** *• r .
'3 Product * r«ceiptß— Eggs, f ; 219 '. cages; • ', butter,'
11^392 fpounds;" cheese. 5,456 -pounds;", potatoes,' \u25a0
1.520 sacks ; i onions,' 63 " sacks. .}\u25a0 ~ _ ,'- r , "
,: f Eggs— Local • ranch - candled ' selected. 24c; lo
cals ranch," case 'count,' 21@~^' ' ' ' \u25a0 •
f. • Butter — Creamery \u25a0 extras, 57% c ;. creamery
firsts. v- 55c;- dairy. :24<g(25c. '.."•;;.: \u25a0"*.;-,
\u25a0j,-j Cheese— Northern fresh, - 16c; > anchor r.large,
18c;^anchor • T >A, : : 19c;; hand r cheese, '' anchor
brand,- 20c;.' eastern' singles," 18@l0c; eastern
twins, .vlSc;; : eaßtern 16<g!16%c: ,east :
crn 'longhorn," 19c;? eastern daisy," 19c; Swiss, do
mestic,-25c; ilimburger,: 13c. ' *• V^ : r
"Potatoes." new; stock (a cwt^— Burbanks, $2.25
@2.50; ;. new 4 early -. rose, - $2.25; - Bliss ? early ».tri
l umph , (new). $2.23. •' \u25a0: " ~' :: _ ---. :' \u25a0 \u25a0-
if. Onlona-^lmperlal ' bermudas, . $3.50 '. sack ; .' sll
vcrßkins.i"s3.2s;<iiew -red. - $3.50 .per . 100; lbs;
garlic," B@9c;i chllla 'evaporated; t ll@12c;» sun
dried,- 145j15c; "ground, 12Vic; Mexican bulk;
12%@i3c.-r r-i-iv .•\u25a0.'.-'••' . - \u25a0 ,' \u25a0;\u25a0-;•
' - Beans \u25a0' (a . cwtV— Pink No.'- 1, " $3 : lima No. ' J ."
$5.50; ; Lady :. Washington No. ' 1," $3: do small
white 'No. 1," $3.40; black . eye, ?5.50@<».{>0; gar
vanzas.-,5j.50@56;» lentils, , 12% <§|1 5c lb. *
..'Popcorn — $5.75. per< 100 lbs. - : - .-: .. -
\u25a0;. :\u25a0 Vegetables— Bunch > goods . (doren) : - Beets, 1 -- SOc;
carrots, \'ooe; a, parsley, ;l 30c; \u25a0 radishes. \u25a0\u25a0.-. 20@30c:
spinach,:/ 20c; r i turnips, >' 4oc:- leeks,; 40c;. onions ,
(jrreen>. z. 15@20c;v lettuce, • [email protected] crate; t pead,'
s%(gocdb; cabbage." 65@90c a sack; cucumbers/i
7Cc • per \u25a0 box.^Miscellaneous — Chills : (greeny,. 15c I
lb; \u25a0 bell peppers," 20c -1b; summer 'squash. 45©
50c crate: ; rhubarb, 1 $1.50 .box: - globe, artichokes,
20@75c ! doz.;^ string beans, 4@6c?lb: tomatoes,
,75c *\u25a0\u25a0 crate; " corn,-; 65c > box; ; egig ' plant, '._ 10c lb;
new lima t beans, \Bc lb. '-'• '. - ' ' :.-' t t '•
• i'\ Poultry, * buying « prices, light j weight (a ; lb)—
Broilers, ,l"lb*to-l%' lbs. not wanted;. 1% ;to
2V4 lbs, -17c; '^fryers 'under, 3 : lbs. 17c; . roost
ers,; 3 "or more: lbs. 15c; bens, 12c: • stags i and
old \u25a0 roosters, ' Sc : ;. turkeys,' . heavy, " 17c ; ; turtieys. i
light,' not wanted; ducks, 10c; geese, 10c; squabs
and. pigeons, $1.50 to $1.75 doz. .-; -, ... « >• .. ;
/"Selling •\u25a0prices. >< frozen ; dressed . eastern* ' stock i
(a 1: lb) — Hens,. 1 6@lTc ; young '.\u25a0 roosters/ 19% c;
fryers,:. 19c;C broilers, \u25a0. 20c;' turkeys, , o!d tonis,
21 %c; young (toms, 23c; hens, 22 %c; geese, 17c;
duCkS.VISc. ,•"-• "h. :A',--.-\ ;\u25a0. •.. •• *\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.<\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0, .- \u25a0 ... \u25a0
• "Honey (a- lb)— Comb water white, 1 lb frames,
15©16c:i' light amber, 13C4 14c; .extracted ; wa
ter white, : 60 \lb • cans, ' 7@7 %c; ; light amber,
CO -lb cans, ,6%@7c. \u25a0 \u25a0•
' \u25a0 Bartlett .pears, the : first lof ! the season,' were
offered -in \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 the -wholesale •• market : today." I A
shipment of 100 . : boxes -arrived from VacavlUe.
They- sold at $2.75 a-bos. - .
3IISCKLLAXI3OUS MARKETS
' .Naval Stores — Turpentine nnd Rosin
".fin;, .July 16.— Turpentine, flrm,
oBM-c; . sales, ; 670; -: receipts, 1,239; . shipments,
"Rosin, flrra; sales, 2,902; receipts, . 3,356: ship
ment*. 910: stcx-k, 61.456. Quotations— A ; B C. J
$4rg4.05: E. [email protected]; F, $4.70; M,. $4.75;
H.. $4.83; -I,y $4.05; ; K. $5.25; M, $5.50; N,"
$3.80; :W G, $5.90: W W,. $6., ".'..," .'.., .
' Foreign Future* . : . ]
, :.-t!;-;, LIVERPOOL ;r; r '.; ; •
Wheat — _ - July. , Sept. Dec.
Opening ....... ;.. -.-.-.'.. 7-1%- 7 3 ;7; 7 4K [
Closing ............;,. 71% 7 3t,i 74%
' PARIS .
Wheat— . July. Nov.-Feb.
Opening ..... ....<. Holiday
Closing :.......... -..-• Holiday
Flour— • ' . ' ...
Openins ................;....... .;/ Holiday
Closing ". ; Holiday
r Boston' "Wool Market .
BOSTON, July 16.— The wool-market is active
and • firm; ', and the - tendency Is " more '\u25a0 In f ; favor
of. sellers';thßn i for a long- time. "Advances on
last week have -been obtained in ; transactions
in • certain grades in fleeces. There is a : brlsli
demand ' for < fine delaine ' on the part ' of - a , few
mills using it, while half bloods unwashed fleeces
are also in demand. Tbe higher . prices quoted
are not genera I, \u25a0-. but , the •' market ; . Is very firm
and the feelings throughout tbe trade is cheer
ful.-The competition hetween eastern merchants
has been keen v for the best clips In the various
sections of, the west. Further large transactions
are reported In Ohio and Pennsylvania fleecein
the . nature , of contracts of wool to arrive. The
demand for the . finer grades of • territory wool
is, good and : the ;, volume of business is large.
Staplp. wools '. are : still in a : strong, position,
meeting-, with-:. excellent inquiry from . worsted
manufacturers; .The leading quotations are:
Domestic \u0084 wools — California, northern. " 66®
6Sc: middle county, 65(gi66c;- southern county,
62@63c; fall free,. 57@58c. , .», - ; ;
• St. Lonls "Wool Market
ST, LOOIS, July 16. — Market steady. Medium
grades, combing and clothing, 25<§ 29c; light fine,
22@23c; \u25a0 heavy fine, ,17<ai0c; tub washed, 29
<t}J.iGc. \u0084 \u25a0 • ;. \u25a0 \u25a0 . . \u25a0•- \u25a0\u25a0 . .; . . \u25a0
'Wheat .Market ]'\u25a0 >:' : .
TACOMa; July 16— Market unchanged: blue
stem. Stfc; club, 84c; red, S2c ..- .:
PORTLAND;' July 16. — Club, S6c; bluestem.
BS<jjSoe; red, 84c; valley, SCc. . .
: '.< Xorthern Buninenii ' \u25a0 : \u25a0
- "SEATTLE.v July' 16.— Clearings". $1 807 W*
'balances. $230,736. ' ". " '
TACOMA. Julj IC— Clearings, •5523,076;- bal
ances, $60, IIS. 1 ; - \u25a0-.•\u25a0\u25a0• , ,- -.- --.;. .
PORTLAND.- July, 16-— Clearings, $1,200,220;
balances, $163,812. -
•^ SPOKANE. i July. 16.— Clearings, $1,002,579;
balances, . sS3,B62. - . ... \u25a0 .
'iqCALsMARKETS'
Exchange and Bullion " . / ,
..New Tork exchange advanced again and ' Bilver
was Uc higher. y:-.V *'-'*'-""".-.'-*."'- '.".,. \u25a0 • "
•:: ; - . ; ; LOCAL .\ : : ,'. \u25a0
Sterling exchange, 1 ; 60 day 5....... (24.84
Sterling: exchange, 5ight..;...". ... — §4.87
Sterling exchange.. cables ..." — \ieii.PH
New York exchange,, sight.. 1......'1 ......' — ' <§; - 07%
Now York exchange, .telegraphic.'. — <§, : io'
Silver, per ounce. . 67T» <S> '
Mexican dollars, n0mina1....:.. .. — (Sj
CONTINENTAL '
New- York on Paris.'..;".... 516T4
New York on Mexic0..:.'..... -200Va
Paris on L0nd0n.'...... '...'.:'...;:..;;'.. ".25. 15
Berlin . on London . . 20 . 46 _
\u0084-_. \u0084.; Wheat nnd Other Grains \u25a0
\u25a0-' Wheat — Liverpool- futures were lower and Chi
cago declined 1"4<?." .The San Francisco market
was lc.off' ln December 1 : and the cash grain was
rather weak, with > sellers making \u25a0'\u25a0 concessions.
The millers : are holding off \u25a0at present, and * are
talking of closing down for \u25a0 several weeks,' as
usual at this \u25a0 time ! of • the year.' hence they \u25a0\u25a0 are
not In the market as buyers. - Furthermore, ' the
feeling Is usually weak on the eve of the new
crop.-. \u25a0•: \u25a0* \u25a0'•.-."\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0"". .;'\u25a0 .. -.-. -".\u25a0•;\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0--':, \-:
Freights continue nominal at about 20s for the
usual European options. The i chartered grain
tonnage \u25a0. In \u25a0-, port is 1.703 • tons, \ and the - disen
gaged .tonnage" is : 15,067. The \u25batonnage on the
way : to this port' Is 333.520, against 240,160 at
the same time last year. "
- .CASH WHEAT.
California club, , $1.62%@1.55: • , do- milling,'
$1.57i5 ; California white Australian, $1.67%@
1.72%;. lower grades of California," [email protected]%;
northern club, - nominal ; northern bluestem, nom
inal ;? northern' red, nominal: \u25a0- ,•\u25a0••' . '
FUTURES . ' •:,..
r,'"j \u25a0*.">•\u25a0 10:30 a., m.; Session ;>\u25a0/
*"\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0 Open. High.. Low. i-'Clos'^
December ......... .$1.59. $1.59 $1.58 $1.58
f Barley — Receipts I yesterday -„ were - larger • than
of late,: being 10,000 ctle."-- ..The' market continued
steady, with holders. making no concessions, but
buyers indifferent about purchasing. • The market
continues dull. \u25a0: -\u25a0\u25a0: - '• / * :
'• : \u25a0 '. CASH ,\u25a0 BARLEY • \u25a0
-•. Good -to choice l feed, spot, *. $1.22%@1.2G 1 4 ;
common. to, fair, $1.17%@1.20 per ctl ; ., brewing
and' shipping,' $1.27% per ctl; t chevalier,. $1.25®
1.40 per ctl. , f ' \u25a0'\u25a0• \u25a0• \u25a0'.-\u25a0'" -\u0084\u25a0..,.-,\u25a0.,.•\u25a0\u25a0•"-"-•
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>i! 0:30 a. m. Session
; 'December— «s 1.27 %".\u25a0>' ~> : ' .. ' x \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
'"\u25a0 Oats — The - market * continues - unsatisfac
tory, >. being dull, ; with ; quotations . ill defined •" and
nominal. - Some - • holders ', are \u25a0: still \u25a0 not - offering
their:: goods."? Yesterday, • however. ',- several ? lead-
Ing handlers : reported a rather firmer feeling and
spoke as: if .they .expected, better:- prices to rule
before long, as the northern markets have turned
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:': ' Good to choice * red - for seed,- '. [email protected]; for
feed, « [email protected]; . . common \u25a0 <..\u25a0 to ~ fair, :$1.37%;: 51.37% ;
white,' [email protected];01d black, ' for seed, ; $1.60®
1.75; -gray. -nominal; at $1.35461.42%.- \u25a0\u0084,\u25a0• *^\u0084>
"« Com — With- no * stock iof i any . consequence I here
and nons coming forward from the western states
the market \u25a0 continues ; dull . and • nominal. f- : vv . \u25a0\u25a0-?.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0' California 5 small . round "r; $1.60@1. 65;
Urge yellow. $1. 50(3)1. 55; r white.*: nominal: > west
ern state sacked yellow, "guaranteed dry," $1.50@
1.55 spot and $1.50 >to arrive ; ; mixed,, to arrive, i
$1.47% ; white Egyptian, (1.35; brown Egyptian,
?i.25.-,-e-'A ;:-•-\u25a0;:,;-. >..;?. :::-:<-^'//-.^-- ; \-.\u25a0\u25a0.:?>:;\u25a0\ -.\u25a0\u25a0.:?>:;\u25a0 -.
:\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 Rye — There ,Is. no; Utah '•. here : at . present, . and
the market if or the. home product' is neglected at
[email protected] per ctl for California. ' ;:••, .
\u25a0 . Floor and': Fartnnceoux Goods - -
/.The? usual routine ? business • In'; flour and ; mill
stuffs ila * reported, % with i the j market ; devoid tof
feature. .->;.. \u25a0-- ;\u25a0-' \u25a0 \u25a0;.• --i-\u25a0>'-:•i -\u25a0>'-:• ; \u25a0' > \u25a0 \u25a0'• .'\u25a0-•\u25a0.-.,""•'•-"-'\u25a0\u25a0• •*•\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 •*--'?
: .-Flour — California , family • extras," [email protected]
net, ..without - discount; : bakers*. : extras.*: $.'..2offJ
5.45;; superflne, [email protected]; J Oregon 4 and -Wash
ington," per ,bbl;' $4.00®5.20 for; family , and $4.25
(g)4.so .. for i cut off. ;;>;>•• • . ;,\u25a0 "\u25a0: •/ :, ' ;: \u25a0"*"" i" ~-±. "\u25a0\u25a0
-\u25a0\u25a0•, Farinaceous i Goods— Prices « in \u25a0< packages,";-' not
cash,"'- no \u25a0 discount,"' are ; as follows : | Grahatn flour,''
$3 per 100 <lbs;. rye 'flquiV $3.40; Vye inea1,753.20;
rice i flour,'- $7.20 ; ; corn j meal, i $2 .75 ; t, c xtra \u25a0 cream
do,^ $3.40 ; V oat i meal.'i ; $4. 10 : \u25a0: oat •* groats.% $4.30 ;
hominy, ';\u25a0 $3.40(gi3.60 ; fe ; buckwheat \u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0; flour, ,"-: s4; .
cracked \u25a0 wheat, . -t 53.50 : ?" farina, •' $4.20 : * whole
wheat : flour. S s3.2o:^ rolled ; oat». bbls. \u25a0\u25a0 [email protected]:
In I sacks,'? [email protected]; 5 rolled | wheat,-; bbls,' $4.30;
In * sacks. $3. 50 ;* pearl X barley.? $3.40 ; i split < peas,-,
boxes,'; s6; : green peas,^ss per,- 100 dbs. ?;-•'^ , ,^.';|
"\u25a0'•\u25a0•\u25a0••\u25a0'.-'' •-V Hay^and Feedstuir«->.; ; \u25a0";\u25a0;.
Hay continues 'firm ; and -the' best quality^ of, ol<i ;
wheat | It) quoted at 50c high <pr.f& Receipts,- 1 though
liberal,'? meet \ with' a . good , demand, i and* the . mar^"
ket: is not suffering from any oversupply.X", There
is very 'little coming { in | by. water at present; 1 .- >.3v
*\Tho bran . market : Is : In ' rather, a i peculiar | condl
t ion \u25a0 at present.", being \u25a0 overloaded j here, i bnt J firm
vp i! north. ;. Quotations t stand " the f same '». as f for
some jtime. past. \u25a0 7. -.-, • ••' .' \ : '.>\u25a0''\u25a0 ' *\u25a0':"•\u25a0
>Bran— slo@22 perlton.'; ; • \u25a0 \u25a0
-•\u25a0 Middlings— $27^(30 i per .i ton. : \u25a0
f. Shorts— s2o @22.50» peri ton.' ; " . : \u0084\u25a0'
\u25a0'o'Feedstuffs— Rolled %H barley."-. $27©25; ; mixed
feed/: $21 ©24 ; oilcake 'i meal; -: nominal : \u25a0 cocoannt
cake i or . meal at mills, " $25 Mn 1 0 1 and I $25.50 1 In
5 ; ton ! lots ; ' Jobbing,! $26 ; I corn j meal, ' $32 ; | cracked
corn,"Ks33;-> broom $ corn | feed,' 1 90c@$l*» per 2 ctl;;
alfalfa' meal, carload I lots,' $20.50; jobbing, $21.50
per I ton; * mealf alf a,*E $20.50 ; /Jobbing,^ $21.50. ?>^
wheat;* $12(3:16; s . old •- crop-^-Cholce
wheat,* -J $18@19 & pcr r >: ton ; :* food z wheat.ti $15®
! 17.50: t other j grades $10@14 ; i wheat | and
oat, » slo@l6: ; tame ' oat, $10@16 ;• volunteer ! wild
oat.. $104jJ12; tlfalfa. $8@14; stock, $B@lo per
{gnt!ftotmtK^^^UZ:-^--;^-r:-" : VT' \u25a0 - \u25a0 : \. : :' '\u25a0' \u25a0-' '"'.:'
i^/Straw--60@90c:per.b«le/- i ; _-. / ;; :^ 'j^.. ,' Mr
.'...- '•'-.; ~ " ' Bean* 'and r Seed* ' ':'.-*
Lima, pink and bayo beans continue firm,"' and
the : other \u25a0 sorts vare steady. iTrade •is . average
for, this time « of - the ! year. \u25a0 There is no farther
change in quotations. .-\ -.\u25a0\u25a0'.,' ':.-,.•.-..>\u25a0\u25a0 ./v ,
_' Beans \ (per ctl)— Bayos, [email protected]; pea. $3@
3.25; small white, $2.55®3: large white, $2.60«
lk'ok^i a oA ?2- 65 @2.75; red,- [email protected]; llmas,
il^ -- 30 i *YdV d kl dneys.- [email protected]; blackeyes.
$4,906^; ; butter,- $4.50@5: hofse - beans. $2®
2 o^«S l?ill ?i lb * niy " betns.-;''*3.75@4; . Garvanzas,
$o.~o(£C"*'d. -. - v ' "" ' : ' '-a . \u25a0 ' -.-\u25a0' .- - ' . . \u25a0
-.a, Seeda-^-Brown !musUrd,' [email protected]^icV yellow" miu^
tard,: 6c : - flaxseed, ; $2.90«213; canary, 4V4@4VjC;
alfalfa,! 15c; rape, l',4@3i-ic; i timothy, nominal :
hen JP.-'*%®sc;; millet.- 2?4c perlb; broom cor»
seed.islß@2O per.ton.,; -
Dried peas— -All kinds 'are nominal. :
, Potatoes, Oniona and Veeetablen
•V Receipts of new potatoes v and onions are slowly
but ; perceptibly I increasing, and values " are stead
ily J sagging under ] the \u25a0. Influx. \u25a0 There Js a '- great
accumulation lying -around as yet; but with the
•hipping movement light . the. dally arrivals are
more than the market can readily absorb "snd re
ceivers are obliged to cut prices to stimulate the
local i demand \u25a0. and prevent surplus
Jots from -becoming burdensome. .Puget sound
cities, are taking comparatively little out of this
market,- as .they ..are -.being supplied from the
home growing. districts., :,-~. .;-:.' \u25a0'-•.' - v- ''-4 '
Vegetables continue to arrive freely and prices
are j weak on everything except . tomatoes, which
are holding up; remarkably: well, 'though the re
ceipts, are liberal, :•: Receipts of : peas and string
beans Include ;much poor stock., which can only
be. used for canning,. and the quotations for both
have a, wide range. in: consequence. • Peppers, cu
cumbers - end 1 summer, squash . are | still | weak fea
tures and okra and. egg plant are becoming more
plentiful : and easier.. The canners are still - the
principal 1 buyers -of asparagus and take over 00
per ' cent lof the daily i arrivals at prices ranging
from: 6o to 8c a; pound. '.'..: - - — .-. \u25a0-• r .:•-.
"' J]"ota toes (per ctn —New; crop Burbank*. ?2(a
2.60; early rose.' [email protected]; garnet chiles, $2.20^
2.50. "•';.\u25a0', \u0084-..-..-. . ; .... ;; \u25a0\u25a0-. . \u25a0 •• -
\u25a0r. Onions— New red. $2.75(5? 3 per sack : nW.'yet
10w;52.55@3 per ctl; 'Australian. $3.50 per ctl.
•s, Vegetables — Asparagus, -. 5® 10c . per lb; rhu
barb, [email protected] per. box: green peas, l%@3c per
lb: tomatoes, . 63@85c , for small and [email protected]
for large boxes; string beans. lJ^@3V.c per Ib;
wax beans. 2Vi@4c per !'.»: lima beans, B(g9c per
lb; summer squash, r>O@7sc per box: «Hfsr plant;
$1.i5@2 per; box: green peppers. [email protected] per
box:; cucumbers. '50@75e per. box; okra, 51.23<4g
1.i 5 per bo^; garlic, 3<&4cper lb for new; cab
bage.:sl.6O per ctl: cauliflower, $1® 1.23 per
dozen : green : corn. [email protected] per sack and $3
per crate; marrowfat squash, 2c per lb.
- .. -' Poultry and. Game
I Three oars of western chickens were placed on
sale yesterday and the deliveries from local ship
ping ;. points :.; were quite I liberal. The western
•thickens were offered at [email protected]'a dozen, but
the j supplies failed Ito clean up at those prices
aud the \u25a0 market for domestic - stock \u25a0 was \u25a0 easy.' 1
with. - prices of : hens and ' small .\u25a0 young chickens
pointing v downward. \u25a0 Exceptionally : fine "• lots of
local • chickens ! such \ as , fat heavy, hens and full
grown young roosters, met with the usial brisk
sale. at full figures, bnt they formed a small per
centage of the receipts. Yesterday's arrivals of
western were considered too much. for the market
and receivers were generally predicting a lower
range of values In all lines before long. "• . ' .
-Poultry (per dozen)— Hens: $4.50@5 for small.
[email protected] for large and [email protected] for extras; old
roosters. -54<§5: young roosters. [email protected]; do.
extra large. ?S@9; fryers. $7(5 7.50 for large and
[email protected] ;. for • small; large broilers. $3@4 ;
small ibroilers. 1 $2.50@3: ducks, $5@6 . for
young and $4® 4. 50 for old; pigeons. [email protected];
squabs,; ?1.75@2; geese, $1.50 per pair; | goslings,
$1.75 per pair. . / / . • .. ; . ;
, Game^— Nominal. '
-,;; Butter,, Chee«ej and E«rs:» \u25a0 r
. .Under continued light arrival? and an average
demand for local : use the market i continues very
firm for. all kinds of cheese and strictly fancy
table butter, the former being in short supply
and- remarkably high: for this time of the year.
What creamery extra butter comes \u25a0to hand is
cleaned up .readily at stiff prices from day to
day. but the under grades have a dragging ten
dency^ and sometimes have to be gold at conces
sions. Receipts of. eggs continue light, but the
market for California stock lacks the firmness
which characterized it about a -week ago. Store
eggs are selling rather slowly.' as fresh eastern
firsts and seconds have,tbe preference with buy
ers, and the expected arrival of a line of fresh
eastern extras 'has a tendency to . check - the . up
ward.movement in top quality .California stock.
\u25a0 . Business on \u25a0 the - exchange yesterday was as
follows: -.;'\u25a0 ' : . ; '
Butter— 2o cases of 'extras at 26V4c. :
Eggs— 2o cases of extras at 25c and -10 at
24?ic. , •. . -
* Cheese — 15c • bid : and 15^c asked for ' fancy
California . flats. . . - , :
. Receipts ' were i 47.600 lbs butter, 42,000 lbs
cheese and 739 cases eggs. \u25a0 . _' •
:\u25a0": The :foJlowhag are the' official- quotations as
established «by sales, bids and offers- on the
floor •of • the - dairy exchange: •/. '.\u25a0-.; ...
• ' Butter — Fresh 1 creamery . extras, . 26%e per ' lb,
flrm : \u25a0 do. - firsts.": 25c. firm : . seconds. - 24c. s fira :
thirds, '. 23c, firm : packing \u25a0 stocks • firm at \u25a0 23c
for •' No. T 1 : and : 22% c - for No. -2: eastern • ladle
packed, : extras, 21 H«. firm; do firsts, -21c. firm.
• Cheese— Fancy California ..new. flats, 15c per
lb, i firm : i firsts. 14c, firm : < new yonng Americas,
fancy, 16c. .firm; firsts. 15c.< flrm: fancy. Oregon,
15%c,*-flnn;. New ' York -\u25a0 storage, ; fancy, - 18Vac,
Sna:a'^.>-'-'-. \u25a0;^.:. '..-\u25a0-\u25a0.\u25a0''\u25a0 ; % ,•>. . ,J,, J , \u25a0...;,-\u25a0,'.-.. -^ \u25a0
*.' Eggs-^Californla , fresh .extras, \* 23c ) per doz.
steady; r firsts, r; 24c, » steady; \u25a0'..• seconds, ..ISVic,
steady; thirds 1 19 c, steady; fresh ! eastern, 1 steady
at 10 Vic for firsts and :l7c for seconds. .. . r
-. Deciduous and Citrus Fruits
- Wiile trade in ' fresh | f rnlts is of good volume
in tbe ; aggregate 1 every t day.'" market- conditions
are - imsatisfactory Ito | dealers, jas . there | is no
steady call ! for anything except for a few hours
in 1 the s morning. - and 'after - the ' wants .of early
buyers - are . supplied . business becomes dull and
the prices established at the openmg are unsus
talned.,: Everything in- the orchard line is arriv
ing • freely,' and peaches^ being more ' plentiful
than anything | else, \u25a0 are \u25a0 weak. \u25a0 with - prices | for
small packages' low. and Irregular, while: pears,
plums, prunes and apricots \u25a0 are merely steady,
the arrivals being comparatively light. Apricots
in ". bulk are easy," , as \u25a0 the high prices : tend to
Check the consumptive demand and the canners
are purchasing • sparingly,.' figuring that prices
must- come down :if Rhippers contlnneyrushing
stocks :to market. - There is a good .. demand for
fancy ; apples, and. cantaloupes are meeting, with
. satisfactory sale at \u25a0 steady ' prices, while cheap
apples and watermelons are slow sellers. •_\u25a0 In the
I berry \u25a0 line everything except, the black > varieties
! is ' looking np,-. raspberrieti and , red loganberries
'beingUbe best selling and firmest descriptions.'
\u25a0V Berries — Strawberries, $6® 10 per ,- chest ; •\u25a0 for
Longworths I and $5@S . for . the : large varieties ;
'\u25a0 raspberries > $6@ll , per chest; blackberries. $3@4
per chest; loganberries, $5@S per chest for red
: and $2® 4 for black." •> -
, \u25a0Currants— s7@l2 per chest. : . •
i ' Cherries- T -sl.-5 per box for packed and 10@15c
perlb for 'loose.-.- • -- \u25a0::
- Apricots-^l^Siga.SO for boxes and [email protected]
for crates; -in bulk, -s@7c per lb.' ; \u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0--. •--•---.:
(per i box) — Kancy. [email protected]; ' com
mon to choice, ; 50c@$l; crabapples. [email protected]
per; box.,----- - !"-> ;• \u25a0 ' \u25a0
-.:\u25a0 Pears— Bartletts. $1.25@2 per box; In bulk,
$35<f?;60 ocr ton. •
Figs— Drawers and single layer boxes, 50@60c:
double layer boxes. 75@00c; large boxes. $1®
1.25.'-- -\u25a0- .'\u25a0"...•\u25a0-\u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0':-.'.\u25a0.\u25a0 •\u25a0-\u25a0'- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 '\u25a0..\u25a0'--\u25a0 ,
\u25a0 •Melons— Cantaloupes. $2.50 fonpony and $3.50
for standard crates;- watermelons; [email protected] per
dozen. -"-\u25a0_:• -\u25a0: .. ' \u25a0 -'- '. \u25a0 "-vv.
;• Peaches-^-Free? boxes. ,'soc@sl; lugs, $1.25®
1.40 for small and $2 for large.
• Plums— [email protected] -'.per. box or; crate; large
boxes, [email protected]; » per ;t0n, ;530(g37.50; /prunes,
[email protected] per- crate. -. ;, . • . * . -
v' Grapes- r 51.50@2 per crate, as to variety.
%' Citrus r" Fniitß i (per s box) — Seedling . oranges.
[email protected]: Valeneias; $3".50rtt1: .Mediterranean
sweets, $2.50@3: lemons, 's4@r. for fancy. $2.50
@3-50 for . choice '; and .; $1.50@2 for i standard;
grapefruit, ' [email protected] for eeedless; limes, ;s4@s. \u25a0
- Tropical^- Fruits — B«nanns. ,[email protected] per- bunch
for Hawaiian • and $3<33.50.f0r Central .Ameri
can; \u25a0\u25a0 pineapples, v $2.50@4 , per .^dozen. - t -t :
Dried Fruits. \u25a0 Raisins, Tfutm and Honey
.' Eastern advices report quieter markets. in these
lines, 1 owing to the summer vacation season. 'But
no weakness lls r perceptible, and : holders. } both
there and here are as flrm as at any time. They
may well be,: considering that from 75 to PO per
cent 'of , the; 1907 j crop of everything " except rais
ins has already passed out of the hands of grow
ers."-> •'»\u25a0\u25a0;.'" '"-. ; -:'-' r-'. I*1 '*- 1 - : "' \u25a0-• :'.>'-'*•.'
-,"\u25a0-'\u25a0 Fruits — New v apricots,"' 23@26c:"' : evaporated
apples, spot,- d^frn'^c;- peaches,' old,"10@12^c:
new « crop,* ; 11 V4 @ 1 4c ; * new . crop . figs. • 394 @ sc ;
pnines, ' 4 . size basis;: 3% @4%c; , large sizes, 4^
@sc.^. v. Future deliveries of the 1007 < crop " are
selling. to> packers* at 4%®5c : per lb, : 4 size
basis." •'.-\u25a0>-'\u25a0..' :.•'-,:'. \u25a0\u25a0 . ; \u25a0 \u25a0" \u25a0 '. "-'\u25a0-... \u25a0«
s:-. Raisins — Nominal,-, cleaned up.' Quotations for
the:lSo7 crop , are : 7@oc -. for,. seeded, \u25a0 6«4@7^c
for ;* loose ' muscatels, •-\u25a0 6% @9 •: for. ; seedless «ral-
Unas, ' $I.5C@ 1.70 ; for London . layers ;; and $2Q
3.50; for; clusters. v -'- ':, '.:: ''•\u25a0'\u25a0 --\u0084'.•.
\u25a0'\u25a0: Nuts— Almonds,- ; nonpareils.' l7V6@lßc;^l' X» L;
ir>% @lßc; me; plus; ultra, - 16@1Sc; Drakes." 13%
@ 14c; 'Languedocs;tl3' /^@l4c: • hardshell,' o@loc.
Walnuts I (jobbing 1 prices) — Sof tshell, : 15^16 <, for
No. ; 1 , and = 12@13c foiv No. .2; Italian chestnuts,
s(g:Bciper : lb.; -. . ' \ :. :.-.- r-^,«^r -^,«^ - 1 •-.
\u25a0».- Honey — New « white *. comb. . \u25a0 y 10© 17c; \u25a0 water
white ' extracted, .^7^o; umber," [email protected] lb.. ';
.'\u25a0'."> ."•.-..'.\u25a0.' ''-:: 'r '.'-. Provisions » ;.\u25a0 : . : '.z'\
"The old ? familiar quotations?st ill role' in these
goods, ! ; with -"trade, average .for this time of the
year, u--'-.- \u25a0*\u25a0\u25a0,-\u25a0: \u25a0" \u25a0\u25a0 -.; . .;\u25a0\u25a0•-"- \u25a0/\u25a0 • \u25a0--\u25a0^ ; , i \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0/' ~cS.-?-:
-'•v- Cured .' Meats— Bacon, ; 15 ',ic ' pf r - lb " for \u25a0 heavy,'
15% @15Hc » for ; light : medium, 16V4c • for : light.
17@17>4c for -. extra : light J and 19ftJ21c for I sugar
cured ; dry salted t sides," 5 14e ; •' bellies, \u25a014 \i (isiSc ;
eastern I sugar ; cured | liams.^ 17@17%c ; . California
hams; 16«ic ; " mess \u25a0 beef ,"\u25a0! s9 1 per bbl ; ' extra \u25a0 mess/
$9.50 : 1 family. l^ $10 : - prime : mess . pork. " $24 ; extra
cl ear,l $27 ; I mess, j $25 ; . pig ' pork. ] $2S ; pigs* ; feet,
$s:'smokedbeef,il4c!per lb.*-r" .-,•..'-.-;' ,i, i ?-,...
ij>j Lard— Tierces ,1 quoted.- at 1 9 V?c .' for California
compound,"* O^cfor.-eastern, compound and ll^ac
for I pure ; .'half i barrels. \ pure.t ll \c ; .50 1 lb I tins,'
ll%c:?loilb,tlns,sl2l4c;is Ib!tlns,",l2?Bc; 3lb
tins,: 12% c.- ••\u0084;-'-• '-',-.\u25a0•.:<\u25a0".\u25a0! :-\u25a0:\u25a0- \u25a0•\u25a0- \u25a0---,-\u25a0 1 \u25a0 ' -
r;? Cottolene— One - half = barrel, '•\u25a0 ll?»c : ». three r half
barrels. 1 11 Vie ; ;. one : ti*rce,'; 11 i»c ; two - tierces,
lie; five tierces,"; 10%c.".r>« .\u25a0,...-. . : . *
\u25a0-. "' Hides, ' Tallow^ ;Wool '• and ; Hops c .J. \u25a0[ '
!:\u2666 Hop i merchants \ ara ' reporting : a * rather " more
active market in these goods.", without any change
in ? ; prices. ;3 The ' market is \u25a0' devoid oi ' feature at
themoment.i'jr-.n'i •^".; -, ." .;•.",""\u25a0,;-" \u25a0 '" \u25a0\u0084
is There Us f no ; further change ; In ; wool. ,theTfluer
clips \u25a0« being s , steady iand in ; fair; demand, ; and the
defectives \u25a0 neglected.' f'"."--'*-' . \- '';\u25a0;; ; ; j< -
V>The : hide i market • remains ; as ' previously stated.'
U. Hides— Culls I and \ brands sell 1 about I %@lc un
der I qnotatkms. | He«T7/ salted \ steers, Uc: • m«
4ioni,,loc; light, 8 He;, cow hides, Sector hea vy
9%c, for - light; stacs. Sc: salted kip. 10«4c;
salted veal, 13c: salted calf. 13% c; dry; hides.
19c; -dry. kip. 18c; dry calf. 23c; sheepskins.
shearlings, 20@30c' each; short, wool, 60® 85c
each: medium. 90c@$l; - long wool. [email protected]:
horsebides. salt.- $3 \u25a0 for large. $i.7r.(<?2 for me
dium, and [email protected] for small; horsehldes. . dry.
f [email protected] for. large and $1.25@2 for medium. ."MX:
«slfor small and [email protected] colts; deerskin*,
dry f Mexican. - 36%@39c; " pickled do. 35c:\ dry
salt, do, 29c: Mexican dry hides. 19c: dry salt do.
15c ;'. pickled do, 17c; goatskins, prime angora.
» sc; extra large do, ?1.5O; large, 35@45c; me
dium. 30@35c; small, 20<Si25c. \u25a0 \u25a0 .
Tallow — No. 1 rendered, s@sVic: No. 2". 4@
4 %c:. grease. 2@3%c.
Wool — Spring clip, Hnmbotdt . and Mendocioo.
8 , months. .- 23@24c: do. year's ~ staple, ' 2lift.2sc:
northern free. 21@24c: do. defective. r lS@2<K':
san Joaquin and «onthern,-13@16c; Nevada. 15
@lS%c per lb. • •.-•.-••« \u25a0
• Hops — Prices to srowers are as follows: 19W,'
S@Te for fair to choice;. 1907, 10S^«-* P* r lto - \
Meat Market
.:The market continues to absorb the dally deliv
eries of > stock from the country and quotations
have shown no particular change for some little
time.' f \u25a0\u25a0..-., _
'\u25a0\u25a0-'- ":' • :. DRESSED ME.\TS
1 Slaughterers* rates to dealers ar» as foUows:
Beef— C%4£7c per lb for steers and 3%@6Vic
for cows. .. .- ....
Veal— 6%@Sc for large and S*ri@9%c for
small.' „ . . • .\u25a0. \u25a0 , \u25a0-
Mutton— lo',-ic for wethers, 9%@10c for ewes. |
• Lamb— Spring, 12(Q12>4e per lb.
' Dressed Hogs— ll%@l2c per lb. i
MARKET |
The . following quotations are for goW. sounrt j
livestock,- delivered in Saa Francisco. less 50 per
cent shrinkage for cattle: \u25a0..:-.
\u25a0Cattle — Steers. No.' l. 8c; second quality. 7@
7%c: third .quality. CijO'/icc'cows and heifers.
7@7iic for, No. 1. second quality 6c. third qual
ity s Vic; bulls and stags. :;<j$3V3C. -.
Calves— sc, per lb for light. 4%c for medium
and 3%c for heavy (gross -it eight).
Sheep— Wethers. [email protected] lb; ewes. 4*,2©
s%c<gross weight).
T.ambs — Spring.. 6(S^%c. "'-.'""
: Hogs— loo to 200 lbs. 7Vjc per lb: 200 and op
ward, 6%@7c;. boars. 50 per cent, stags. SCfHO
per cent and sows 10@20 per cent off l from
above quotations.
. "General f Merchandhe
Bags— San Quentln. 7*»c: grain; bags, Jnnc-
July, B%c; wool bags. 42%®44%c: fle«e twine,
lie: fruit bags,: 7%@'4%c for cotton and S%@
B%c, for jute. . • \u25a0
> Coal— Pennsylvania anthracite egg. $1j; Wel
lington. $12 per ton: New: Wellington. $12: Coos
Bay. .$10;- Richmond. $12: Cumberland. *14 in
bulk, and $10.23 in sacks: Welsh anthracite.
$15: coke. $17 per ton In bulk an«l $10 in
sacks ;\u25a0 Rocky . mountain, nominal. ,'
Oil— Quotations are for barrels: linseed. 37c
p« gallon for. boiled and 55c for raw; case?. 6c
iaore; castor oil. In cases. No. 1, 75c: Baker*"
AA. cases, $1.25@1-80; lucol. 50c for boiled and
4Sc for raw; China nut. cases. S3(§i9oc per gal
lon :"-cocosnut oil In barrels. 67%&71 c for ixx,
BTi@6S%c for No. 1 and 62%@e6c.for Xa. 2. ac
cording to quantity: extra bleached winter sperns
oil, 65c: natural winter sperm oil. 63c; natural
whale; oil; 55c: extra winter strained lard <>t!.
Ssc;No. 1 lard oil, 6Sc: pare neatsfoot oil. 75c;
No. 1 neatsfoot oil. 57%e: herring oU. 40c; «al
moa oil. 30c: boiled fish oil. 35c: paint oil. 35c
• Coal OU. Gasoline, etc. — Water white coal oil.
from tank wagon. lOftjllc: special, do. 12% c;
pearl oil. in cases. 17c; astral. 17c; star, 17c;
extra star. 20c: Elaine. 26c: eocene, 19c; stove
gasoline. In bulk, 17% c, in cases 24c; No. 1 en
gine distillate, iron barrels or drums. Sc; No. 2
do 6%c cases 6%c mere: benzine, in bulk, 12% c.
in cases 19c; 86 degree gasoline; in bulk. SOc, in
cases. 36c. . \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0*
* Turpentine — S3c per gallon in cases and 76% c
in drums and iron ~ barrels. .
Rosin (per bbl of 280 lb«f— E. $7.45; F, $7.35;
G. $7.70; H. $7.80; I. $3.50.
Red and White - Lead — Red lead. 8% ©9c p*r
lb: white lead. B(&S%c. according to quantiry.
-Svgar — Tbe Western \u25a0 sugar renning company
quotes as 'follows, terms net cash: Cubes ami A
crushed. • 5.70 c; • powdered. 5.00 c; candy grann
lated,, 5.65 c: .fine fruit or coarse granulated.
5.40 c: beet granulated (100 lb bag 3 only). 5.35 c;
confectioners' A. 5.45 c; magnolia A. 5.05 c; estra
C. 4.»5c; golden C. -4.85 c; D, 4.75 c: H. A E.
crystal domlnos, B.S5c; tablets, half bbls. 5.90 c;
boxes. '6.2oc per lb. Barrels and 50 lb bags 10c.
half bbls 25c and boxes 50c more per 100 lbs for
all grades.. No order taken for less than 75 bar
rels or* its equivalent. \u25a0 k
Canned Frutt — The California canners" assocU
tion quotes 1907 pack as follows: - : : *
. - \u25a0, \u25a0 Z 'A X Z Z S
' \u25a0 ' "» ? 3-°- ? ? % ? S-° 2
i^"''' • - M l*2 ** M 5*S 3» i*i
VARIETY » »^ -'^ S-*
Apples 2.00 1.8511.70 1.40 1.30j1T20
Apricots - ...... 3.00 2.7512. 50 2.10 I. SO 1.50:
"Apricots" (peelsd).". 3.50 3.2512.!>0 2.60
Apricots (sliced)... 3.50 3.25)2.80 2.60
Blackberries .. 2.25 2.00 1.75 1.60 1.50 1.40
Cherries (R. Anne). 3.50 3.25 3.00 2.85 2.00)2.00
Cherries (white) ... 3.50 3.25 3.00 2.85 2.50 2.00
Cherries (b1ack).. 43.50|3.25 3.0012. 55J2.50 2.00
Grapes (W. M.;.V. 2.00J1.73 I.KO 1.351.-5 l.i»»
Peaches (yel. free) 2.5012.25 2.00 1.80 1.63 1.45
Peaches (L. C.J..;. 3.00 2.60 2.40 2.15 1.85 1.65
\u25a0*\u25a0 D0. \; 51iced.. ..... 3.00(2.60 2.40 2.15 1.85 .:;."
Peaches (W. H.)... 3.00|2.60|2.40 2.15 UN 1.65
Do, 51iced.......; 3.0012.6012.40 2.15 1.551-...
Pears (bartlett) . . : 3.00)2.60 2.40 2.15 1.80 1.65
Plums (green gage) 2.25 2.00 1:50 1.30 1.20 1.10
Plums- (egg)....... 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.30 1.20 1.10
Plums (gold drop) 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.30 1.20 1.10
Piums (damson)... 2.25 2.0011.50 1.30 1.20 1.10
Raspberries ........ 3.25 3.00 2.75 2.50 2.35 2.25
Strawberries ...... 3.25 2.75 2.60 2.50|2.23|2.15
Canned Asparagus — Tbe California fruit can
ners* •; association - gives the following quota
tions for its pack of 1907: Mammoth white,
peeled; Uo.' 2%, $6: mammoth 'White. $4.75;
mammoth green, peeled,' ss.so: mammoth green.
$4.25; large . white, peeled. $5.25: large white,
$4; large green, peeled. $4.75; large green. $3.75:
medium white, $3.75; medium green, $3.50: small
green. $3: No. 1 white tips.; $3,60; No. 1 green
tips. $3.40; No. 1 1 tall salmon cans, $1.75; No. 3
soup tips. $2; No. 8 soup tips. $5.50.
Canned , Peas—^Association prices for the 1907
pack are as follows: ' No. \u25a02. Petit Pols. $1.73;
No. 2, extra fine sifted. $1.50: No. 2. extra
sifted. $1.35; No. 2. standard sifted. $1.25: No.
2, standards. $1.10; No. 8, : standards, $5; No. S,
sifted. $5.50.
Canned Tomatoes — The price list of the Cali
fornia-canners' association for 1907- pack is as
follows: Standard, No. 2%. SOc: do. No. S.
$2.25 solid packed. No. 2% 90c; do. No. 3,-$ l;
do,' No. «. $2.60. -
COFFEE— Costa Rica— l2@l3c for strict
ly . . \u25a0 prhue washed; ll@l2c for prime
washed; 10@10%c for good washed:. 10%@11%c
for good to prime washed peaberry: 9%®10%c
for good to prime peaberry; 9%@10%c for good
to prime: B%@9c for fair; 4@«%c for common
to ordinary. \u25a0 . * \u25a0. .-\u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0"'
\u25a0 Salvador — ll@l2c nominal for prune to strict
ly- prime washed; 9%@10%c for " go»4
washed; 8% @9%c for fair: washed: 10%^
ll%c . for rgood • to: prime washed peaberry;
B@9c for good to. prime semiwashed; tt^iSSSic
for superior unwashed ; -8c for good green un
washed; B% @fl %c > for good to superior, un
washed peaberry; 3%@;6%c for common to or
dinary. '
Nicaragua— ll@l2e nomtaal for prime wash<*l:
S% @10c . nominal f or . fair to strictly : good
washed;. 7%@Sc nominal for good to superior nn-^
washed. ' '
Guatemala and Mexican — 12@13c for. prime to
strictly prime -washed; 10® lw^c for strictb
good washed;, 9%@10c for good washed; B%Sf
9%c .for ."fair,. washed; 7%@S%c for medium;
4@7c for ' common •• to ordinary; 10%@11%c. fo»
good to prime: washed peaberry: 9%&loiic ff-r
good " to prime ' unwashed peaberry ; S@S%c . for
good . to superior unwashea. \u25a0 ,
-Hawaiian— l3<aisc nominal for fancy; 11% ®
12% c; nominal for, prune: -10%@ll'4c nomin-il
for good; 9@loc nominal for fair; ll@l2c nomi
nal for- peaberry; 6@9c nominal. for low grad<?«.
- Ecuador — 7%c-for enrrent \u25a0 unwashed. : -\u25a0-'/'\u25a0
\u25a0 • Salt — Local Jobbers qaote .as follows : H»lf
ground. $5.5C@6 perton; dairy. $9 per ton; do,
bales. $1.25 each; rock salt. [email protected] per ton:
Imitation Liverpool. $11 per ton; do bales. $1.<3
each; <\u25a0\u25a0 No genuine Liverpool on the market.'. -'
Cordage— Manila, 15c; SisaL 10% c; Sisal. bal«
rope. 12@12%c per lb. / '
i Quicksilver— QuoUble at $35@39 for local use.
and $37© 37.60 per flask for, export.
Receipt* 'of Produce
FOR . TTJESDAT. \ JULY . 16
Flonr.'qr sks;...;s,S4o|Leather, rolls ... • 70
Wheat, ctls .'...' l,4So! Hides. No ....... 630
Barley, "ctls .... 10,000) Pelts ,; bdls" ...... 547
Oats, ctls ..... .\ S2C Lime.- bbls .....;'1.173
Corn;; ctls .'.;... 470 Brandy, - gala :.;. 3,SdO
Tollow. ctls '...\u25a0. 73 Wine, gala ; ;6.230; 6.230
Urans. sts \u0084 . . .. 549 Chicory.- ; sks - ...... 20
Pctatoes.f «ks . ... 3,810 Calfskins, bdls 33
Onions.;, sks *'. . .'. . ; ; 614 1 Jvestock. ; head . . 'SO
Hay ''\u25a0'\u25a0 tons \u25a0' .'.."; . - - 2550 Qnicksllver. • flsks. - 10
WoOl.'bales ..-.:. 04! Lumber.M ft.... 65
. . ! ' "WESTERN STATE 3.
Wheat, ctls ... .": ...^......V. .;.........'. COO
THE STOCK ' MARKET
More - Dolns in Local \u25a0 Secnrlties—Coin
stocks Active and Higher * ',
:', There, was more- activity in -tbe^market ,f^r i
local "securities" 1 yesterday. 1 , Features \u25a0" were 'an ',
advance j- In f. Packers from $42 . to $43.30
and a sharp decline .in Associated Oil from-$29
t0 ; 526. "-- There wwars r a . light scattering business
in \u25a0•bonds.;*.,'
./•\u25a0Continued strength was shown .by. the ' Com
stocks, S which all .along the "line.^wltU
more ! activity j exhibited • than ; for . a~> loas tUne.
Ophlrj sold .- np to 1 $2.07%.- and the rest of the
list i in 'proportion.* :. - / -" :' '"\u25a0'!&-3s?&pt \u25a0
-'.Trading hi the southern* Nevadas, was of about i
. the i same • magnitude as \u25a0ou . tbe preceding - day.
w Ith - prices irregular.', each • stock - soiling on ' 1 1 *
own individual account. The bidding for:stock
was : spirited i and : the - public - attendance * good." ,
Toward 1 the! close.*! borveTer." several of 'the lead
ers weakened* and sold down, somewhat. z .
r . « Taciflc ; Coast Borax ' will pay a . monthly, dlvl-i
dend - of. $1 per share on 'Jnly 30. - - \ '-f '
• \u25a0-* The-* following dividends > were /paid on th«
15th: AThe ' Pacific 'Telephone '\u25a0 company. • a , quar-'
terly dividend ' of f $1.50. - Bank -of California.-, a
qoarterly ' dividend ' of >$4 -• per 1 share, tj. Makaweli
Sugar, *: a's monthly T dividend i of ." 20 \u25a0?. cents/- per.
share. *-< Marin County (Water, -a . quarterly j divi
dend t 0f .:, 75 4 cents *. per s share.\* California -\u25a0 Fruit
Canners; ; a \ mopthly ;. dividend of \u25a060 "cents « pcr^
I share.' \u25a0"/:'-:. \u25a0'-'" ».*";; '.'!"'\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0 ''\u25a0'-„' '\u25a0*/-\u25a0'^V 'il '"*\u25a0 : -
:.i". E.*;l. r .''du Pont 'del, Nemours* Powder -has de
clared i the - regular 'quarterly; dividend *of I\i '\u25a0 per
cent 5 on rather preferred? stock. • payable - July.» "i 3:
also •; the \u25a0 regular (quarterly dividend « of 1?; i per
cent i«n * the • common > stock, payable ~ September.
14 to sUfck of, record September 5. .-, . , .
STOCK AXD BOXD EXCHAXGH
TTJESDAT, Jul7 18 — 10'JO [[ a. ! m. "^
:w: w UNITED STATE 3 BONDS
V . Bid. Ast-I BM.-AA.
4« qr cp new.l 29 .— |"s qr.conp... — . ~T
\u25a0 MISCELLANEOUS BOND 3
Ala.AW.ss. -^- — [Oak Tran 5«.103H ? T1
"A«so Oil 3s. 79 — D^lf 0 " ?" 100 '» "
Bay^CPC •>. — - 90 OkJTrac C ss. — '..»»
Cal C G ss. — 103- O \Vf gtd Ss. — _^&
Oil Oi E c . Oceanic 3 Co. 4THt>-,
m A ot 5s 77U — Om-.Cable_to-108taUS-
Cal st C 5«. 3S 101 Pac GJm 4s. — • r »i>
Cnl Wine ss. — 9S »' E Rt5b..101 •-;
O C Wat Os.lOO*; — Pac UP:!*.-,
X CiS X9S 100 !Sac EG4W*. 9-Vj --
Hen R T 6s.HiOVi — IS*' *\u25a0\u25a0&"?•!£ 12
1. Taboe R3s — — ISF.O & 5J35.102
I. -* Elec 5». — 10« ( Do 2il mc-» rr ~-~
LAt.' A Elos. — — 'jSJ* SOR 4%s — 0J
I. A Ry 55. .10© — !S".erra R «*-..-— W9
I-U. eW 33.:— 105 IS r of A 6»
LAP ten s».io2%inS!' 3 <19O1»» \u0084 .. .JJ»4 — .
LAP Cal-.-*.-— 100 (»9U>» ..t.lOl%t«S
Mkt st C K3.10S — IS 1* «f C«»
IK> U-m &.102 — ! OOX2i'T.- v -l— .;]|s
MVA MtTSs.IOS — !SPC t eg- ss. 114 11T.
NR of c 33.111}] — Is p b r. 6!11 Hv,. "t-
NP C R r.5.100 — JSPRR l«t r4« 91 V» --;
N C Ry sfl. — 105 SV W gmg4a M^ SJ
NC P C ss. — 9!> iStkn GAE Ba.loo — -'
N El Co 3s. — 97% V G &-E :ss. — l<™
O GLAH 53.1(V» — UU of SF 4s. » 1 ?» .' »-- - .
Oak Tran 65.108t; — ' Val Co P,sa. — |O»
WATER STOCKS .-
Cot tra Costa — «2 Is V Wat Co. 20! i '-M 74
Marin Co .. — 6S [ ' -V,.
GAS AND ELECTRIC s f.- \
Martel Power — — ifac LCo — 3^*
Mut E L ctfs 4«4 — Istkn G A E. 5-' jr
Do ex ctfs 12T» — i ' >
INSURANCE
Fireman's Fund ...\.... .....124 .130
BANK STOCKS
Am'Ntl Bk. — 155 il.on. PA A. ICO 14<V •
Aiiglo-Cal \u0084 — S4 fMer Trust . . — 21* 1
Bank of Cat.2l3 3:;w |Mercb Ex .. — 2V*
Cal Safe Dp. — 125 IS F National. — —
First Nata1.. 225 — |
SAVINGS BANKS *££.
Ocr SAL.— 2550 ISav & L So. — t& •
Hum S 8fc.2100 — \9<* Say Bk..— -~
Mut Say Bk. — 90 Union T Co. 3230
S F Sar U. — 620 I <',
S^E^A^S • STREET It.\ILROADS • il
California .. — 14rt (Presidio ..... — 23
G*ary — ,' 41 I ' \u25a0\u25a0 /
POWDER
Giant Consolidated Co.. ..TS _W* ; '
SUGAR ,
Hawaiian C. — SO t>m>mea S C. 35 3^
Itcnokaa SC 10 11 I'aaubati SC. 14 T i 1\
Hutch SP C 14Ti — Union S Co.. — 4*.
KUauea S C. 1 2%i Do pool ... — 43
Makaweli C. 27 . 29 I
MISCELLANEOUS
Alaska PA. 43 45 |<Veanlc S Co. — —
Amo Oil Co. 2tt 27 Pac Aux F A 1U -i-
Cal.F C A. — 103 Pac C Borar.l32% tr*-'
Cal Wine A- 78% S2 Par TAT pfd. — -;9-V
MVA MtTm. — 110 ) Do com ../— .13
Mornins Session
Board— • • -
\u25a0 ' .40 Alaska Packers* Assn 43 -V>
10 Associated Oil 2S-25
10 Associated OU —\u0084 25.0/J
10 Hutchinson S P Co 13;4»
' 2O.raaunan S P Co 14.57. Vi
$1,000 Cal G A E G M A C T 5s .. 77. 30
$1,000 Cal G A EG M A C T Bs. 77.00
$2,000 Cal G A E G M A C T s*. cash. 77 .M
$2,000 Contra Costa Water 5a... _ .....10<\5O
$2,000 Los Ang-Pac R R Ist cun us. ...lOS^OO
$2,0C0 S FA S 1 Valley 5s 112JV'
$1.000. S P Arisona (1910) '. 101,50
$1,000 S P R R Ist r«fdg 4s »... 91J*
$2,000 United R R of S F 4s .71.75
Afternoon Session
Board —
5 Associated Oil :... 27.50
73 Associated Oil-...'. 27.00 J
230 Associated OU .\.:.' ..;.. 2«.<v>
10 Hutchinson S P C 0... 14.«7>4
$1,000 Cal G A E G M A C T 5»- "77.50
$2,000 Los Angeles Ry 3s . . , .V,.:. .110.00
$.2,W)0 S P Arizona (191Q). b 3 ..101:50
Unlisted Secnrttlen
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS - ,
Bid. Ask.! . .Bli A»k.
Bay CPC 6s. — 103% SF A NP 3». — lf» :
Cal NW R5s — 10* j» P Coastß4s — " tf»
RU I WksSs — 100 Stand El 55.. — S2li
Marin W 5s — 100 iSan .Tel 55. .. — 1«>3«4
SF Drydk 5s — 100 I Setter st R3a — 190
SF GAE 4%s — 95 i
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS ' \ ,' ' •
.Ma Susr Co. 10 — |N Cal P C<K 22! i ZT*
Ca) Cot Mils— 90 iOrpheum Co.. 15 —
O Jockey Cl. — 150 |PacC fas Co. 130 175
Cal H AT — 230 ll'ac GAE pfd. — . 40 -
CUntes Co .. — 4 . S F Drydock. 3O \u25a0 \u2666- •
CyD L Imp. — 5 SF ASJ Coal — '2O
Dpt Pw'com — ". M ' S Cna PCm - ; Jft \u25a0
Hono PCo. . — -" 22 •: (Stand .P ' Cem ".33 •
• T>o <AA pL- 21 * {Truck Elect., i 14% ' —-^
_Do new pi 21 ~' I'
SALES
Morning Session * .
40 Truckee Electric. Co 15.00
Afternoon Session
20 Trucked "Electric 7 C 0...........' 13.W; &
"-.'. 80. Truckee ."Electric C 0...,....'.... ..,....'... 14. T3.
$2,000 People's Water Co 5».. .... 74.30^ \u25a0
California Stock and OU Exclantf
Bld.Ask.l . Bld.A*V.
Asjio Oil ct.27.50 28. 00| Piedmont 12 —
FnJton .1.50 — jPlttsbnrg .... 03' —
Graciosa ..... — 6. oo, Sovereign .... — 1*
Kern River.. — T.OO;ssterline . .....1.75 1.9«>
Lhida Vista.. 12 — ISuperior /.. 20 .' —
McKlttrlck .. — 23,Wtst Shore ..3.50 —
Mon of Ariz. "07 (Wolverine :... 40 —
Occl of WVa — - . OC|
-OFFICIAL SALES
lOOOrnlton >..~..;.. ...:.... 2.W>
Mining Stocks
"SAN rRANCISCO STOCK EXCHAKGB- .
Following were the sale* on the Saa Francj»e«
stock and exchange hoard yesterday:
COMSTOCKS
Regular Morning Session
200 Alpha ....... 03! 300 Mexicaa .....~3S
JOO Andes , 21 20ft Ophir l.»
100 Belcher " 2S 200 Potosl ....... «. IS
200 Best A Belch. 73l 100 Savage " ....... 69
100 Caledonia ..... 18 JOO Savsse ..;... .r.Trt
200 Gonld A Cnr. 15 400 Sierra Ncr .... 38
SCO Hale A Norc. 5.3 100 Union Con ... 2»
500 Julia ........ 03
Informal : Session
COO Alpha 041200 Mexican ....;* r «2
IViO Alta 02 100 Ophlr .......:t.fk»
900 Andes 211 500 Optatr 2.05
700 Bullion ..... 221 400 Ophlr .2.07%
300 Balllon 231 600 Savage ....... r 1»
400 Caledonia ... IS! 300 Sava** ........ 72
900 Con Va M Co. 6S] 100 Smvag* < 73
300 Con Va M Co. 69) 300 Savage * Tl
ICOO Gould A Cur. 13! 500 Sierra Ncr ... -3»
400 Hale A Norc. 38 600 Union Con .... SO
400 Mexican ..... 5U 200 Union .'Con ...?•• 2t»
400 Mexican .".... 60 800 Union On ... 31
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Brlcher ...•".." 2* 3»)l Occidental » ... -.3* i\ —
Best A Belch. 73 76lOphir ..2.05 2.10
Bullion ...... 20 23:Overmaa ..... 11 ;W
Caledonia ... 13 - l'J Potori .'... '...\u25a0> 14 .13
Challenge ... 14 13 Rich Enreka;. 3.M y—
Chollar -....:. 13 13 Savage . '... 71 V»
Confldencc ... *3 — iScorpton .....OS ',-»—
Coc Imperial. -01 02;Sey Belcher ... 05 " -Vt
Con N York- — 04; Sierra N«» ... M 5-40
Con Va M Co. •68 70iSIlver HUI ...< 51 r6O
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Exchequer ... .SS 401 Syndicate .... 10 "14
Gould. A Cur. 1-^ 17jUnlon Con ... SO ;. 32
Hale A Norc. 38 60tUf ah -.....-•... 03 — -
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20C Atlanta, s 10. 66, 200 Gld Con M...3.53
1000 Atlanta ....:. «4jlooO G B«nd Twins 13
1000 AtlanU. a 10. 64j3500 Great Bend .'. -~S
7300 Bli B Bonasx 07! 500 Grt Bend Ex.* 1R
2«)O Blk Butte Ex 0912000 Great -Western- 02
ICOO Bonnie Clare. 33: 300 Homeatake K. "• VU
500 Bonnie Clare. 3412100 Jim. Batter. .l.OT^i
1000 Booth ......-•• 33!1000 Do. b 10..1.0 TV
300 Blfg" Daisy . . lOUtxiO Jumbo Ex ..l.wu
W>o Btte Goldfleld 0311500 Lon*, Star \u0084.. v £
1000 Colnm Mt. slO 63U000 Man Broncho.. ; ©7
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100 Com'Frae.-.S.OS^taocO Mayflower Coo 4.1
10«O Comng -, Nation 15! 1500 M.ir Namara .."*:»»
Daisy ....... 2.4-5!27W> Midway '.;.... %.\r t
ISOO Daisy ...V.". 2.30| 2O»» Montana .....S *>»
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li'HJ^ Dm B Btte C. 2712500 Red Hills ...'.V 34
2500 Dmdfld Trngl .' 2212C00 \u25a0 Red Top ' Ex. . -2«
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Whh> Florence 'Ex;. -SSt 300 Silver Pick ..-***»
aOOO G~a Wash .. 0.V.100 Ton Exten k ...t.7»
WOO Gold Bar .... lUi HW Tramp Con '-. . -3-»
2C«>'O ; Sceptre. S3 10} 300 Yankee Girl .^ M
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S»n> -Atlanta -:.... 65U000 Hibernia < ;...*• v*
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SiidO Blue Bell?..:* 19j 2000 Jim- BuUer. I*o7 il
2<X<O Blue Bull ..: 33H00»»*. D*. lg 5 -i OR
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