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The Call's Page of Commercial News
SUMMARY OF THE MARKETS
Xew York stocks rather lower on tlie day. Coppers steady." '
Silver He lower. Local exchange rates unchanged.
Comstock mining shares active and rising. Other stocks quiet.
Wheat futures lower. Cash grain firm. Chicago lc down.
Barley firm, with fair sales in this market.
Oats strong at the remarkably high prices. Corn and rye dull.
Hay, beans and feedstuffs as before stated.
No further change in fresh or cured meats.
Potatoes and onions continue plentiful and weak.
Another advance in butter and eggs. Cheese firm.
Fresh fruits in good supply, dull and featureless.
EASTERN MARKETS
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
NEW YORK, Sept. 25.— Today's small total of business accomplished
at the stock exchange was done mostly in a few short periods of comparative
activity. For the major part of the -session the market offered an appearance
of stagnation greater than at any time this year, this alone sufficing to
account for the general tendency to stronger prices. The wide declines
recorded in some usually inactive stocks on light transactions made a . bad
impression owing to the suggestion of paralysis of any demand to neccs-
Fitate such radical price concessions to effect sales. New York, New Haven
tnd Hartford was a conspicuous example with a drop to 142, following
reports that the new stock was to be offered to stock holders at
325 without provision of an underwriting syndicate. The company's last
offering of stock was at 150. The prices in the general list were moderate
and showed evidence of occasional restraint. The most important news
development to account for it was the report of killing frosts in the west,
extending to the northern portions of the corn belt, the lateness of the
crop in maturing this j r ear giving occasion for some reaction. .This was
soothing to some extent when the moderate effect of the news on corn itself
was perceived. One cause for the halt in speculative activity was the
desire to await the outcome of conferences in progress to decide the pattern
for new steel rails, as it is felt that the decision will be followed by clearer
light on the dimensions of the steel rail acquirement and its bearing on the
future activity of the steel trade as a whole. A recovery in the London
price of copper \yai a feature of the day's news and this helped the copper
industrials to resist the depression.
Money on call continued easy, but the shipment of currency to the crop
regions is now actively in progress and likely to continue for some! time.
The covering of shorts put out in the morning before the session closed
marked the professional and narrow nature of the market and refused most
of the declines to trivial propositions.
Bends were irregular. Total sale, par value, $2,074,000. United States
bonds were unchanged on call. .
IVcw York Stock Umt
E. r. Botton & Co.. 400 California street,
tsecben of tit New STork stock exchange, fur
dEh the follow!2{ list of bond and etock sales
y»*terday:
Sales j STOCKS |Hlch-lLow.| Bid. | Asfc.
\u0084 Adams Express .. !150
' lAJlis-Chalmcrs 74 8
fiOOl Do pfd 25 234 23 24
32,100, Amal Copper ... dfc 6OVs 61 61 U
;Am Beet Sugar j IMa 13 1
! Do pfd ! 75 ;
Am Cad Co HH$ 4>-i I
j Do pfd 4%?» 49H
«WO;Am Car & Fdy Co SBV> SS Sfcl, SS^
I Do pfd P4H 9.-i
400' Am Cotton OU . S3K S3 32 S3
I Do pfd S5 PO
Am Dis,t Tel 20 40
Am Express 105 J2l'>
jia Gdk TCo 44 f>Vs
..An Hi2e & L SV* 4
Do pfd 1 16 17ij
Am Ice Secnr .. 4ft 52
2CK),Am LlDteei S% S^ T4 11
! Do pfd 19Vs 21
200.AH LocnmoUvt . Si% 62% B2H 53
Do pfd 102 105
n.WiOiAm R & RfgCo.. 82% fiO\ Pl« 4 ?1%
EOO Do pfd 83% 8S 95 P9
Am Sugar U2 113
Do Pfd 116% 120
20f> Am St«*l Foun . 6% 6% CH $U
COO Do pfd 37% 87 37 S7>4
tAmer TiT Co 105 110
lOOAmer Tob pfd .. 79*4 79M 75"4 SO
300 Amer Woolen ... 22)4 22 21% 22
I Do pfd $7% £1
I.SOOlUjacoadt E3 38 SS^i 35%
[Arcadian Cop ... 4>j 4*j
lAtlantic C Lla» 83 £4%
2. 400] A T & S Fe SSlt 87% 57«4 %7%
j Do tK'd 89% 80 -
3.40018a1t i- Ohio .... 82% 81% 92 P2%
I Do pfd S3 S7'
200,Blari Mtn Cop .. 9% 6% 6 6%
3.400j8 B T 47% \u2666*% 46% 47
'Brooklyn Un Gu 95 110
ICan Southern 62 63
400;C*n Pacific 163 16t% 164% 163
C&O 34 34%
!C i A 12 IS
S'iO! Do pfd ./. 4S\ 45% 45% 49%
300 CG W 8% 8% 0% 9^
\ Do rM "A" 40 43
l>o pfd "B- 12% 13%
I Do <!ebs 63 72
200)0 &N W 146 145% 146 146« i
M & St P 121% 113-4 I^o% 120S,
Do pfd 147 148
-. Central Leather \~\ 19
Do pfd £2 85
. 1. Chicago Term .. 4 6%
" Do pfd 15 25
'Chi Un Trac 3 4
• Do pfd 14 18
CCCA St L 63 63%
I Do pfd l»0 95
I>Oi>.Colo Fk I 22% 22 22 23
• Do pfd 40% 50
aooColum HC & 1.. 22 21% 21 % 23
700 Colo Southern .. 23% 23 22% 23%
400 Do Ist pfd ... 63% 62V 52»4 83%
....... Do 2d pfd : 42% 43%
\u266600 OrosolMsted Gas 103 102% 102% 104
• iGora Products 13% 14
200 Do pfd 64* 64% 64% 68
lOOjDel & Hudson .. 1M 159 158 163
p ID L.& W 474 453
100 D A Jt Q 24% 24% 23% 24%
Do pfd ..". 63 70%
Detroit Un Ry 63 68
* (Diamond Match 124." 124%
l.eOo;Dirtill Securities. 66% 64% 64% 65
Dulutb S S &. A 9 10
, j Do pfd IS 22
7<X>Er!e 21% 20% 20% 20* i
. ; .-\u25a0-,. 400 Do l«t pfd ... 46% 46% 45% 46%
SCO Do 2d pfd .... 87 S6& 56% 37*
!Fed M &, S pfd 70 73
* 'General Electric 126 129
Gran C S M & P SO 110
'Great Nor Ore 53 63%
T.lOOjGreat Northn pfd 130% 125% 125% 129
....... Greene Can Cop Bfc 8%
» Havana Tob Co 8 11
I Do pfd 14 17
! Hocklnp Valley 78
Do pfd S3
100 Illinois Central.. 140 140 137% 141
1.800!lnterboro Metro.. 10 8% »S 9%
C.600 Do pfd 25% 24' 25% 2«
Isternatl Marine 6 7
Do pfd 17% 17%
-. Interns tl Paper 13 13%
I Do pfd 69 71
•. ..llntcrnatlrPower 41% 43
> jlnteraatl Pump 20 22
- I Do pfd 69% 70
0 jlowa Central 16 16%
200! Do pfd 39% 39 89 40 '
* X C F S & M pf d 72 75
LX C Southern 25% 26%
.......I Do pfd 65% 65%
• Ltke E & Wcstn 15 20
Do pfd i 45 60
Lehigh Valley 69% CO%
....... Ix»ng Leland ..' 40 50
100! L& N 10314 109% 109 109%
Msrkay '.. 63% 64%
t Do pfd j 63% 64%
SOOMarhattan 1118%1 118% U7U 117 120
400;Metropolit St Hrl 35 36% 36 37
600 Mexican Central. 17% 17 17% 1«%
400fMinn tc St L.... 40% 40 40 41 -
. o -j Do Ist pfd t 79 SO
POOjM SP& S 8 M.i 98 95 »5
100 IDo pfd iUU 131 180 131%
S.&OOiMo Kan & Texas 35% 35% 85 33U
100 Do pfd 66% 66% 66% 67
800!Mlssocrl Pacific. 69% 69 65% 70
t. INash CM St L. 120 123
100lNatlon*I Lead...' 50% 60% 60^ 50%
» Do pfd ..: 85
„ JNRRofMexpM 47% 49
TOO National Biscuit.; 75 J 74% 74% 76
Do pfd .!. Ill vl 113
Ncr Cons C0p...! 8% flu
SOOiNewhouise Copper.! »'4 SH 8% fi
(N J Central. ! 173 ISO
...!N r Air Brake. .i 108 110
2,800' N V Central jl< ; f.% 103% 10C% 106%
}N YC & S L..!.:... .:... S3 35%
(' Do Ist pfd 1.....] 89 105
Do 2d pfd.... 1 66 71
2.000.N Y>'-H & Hart 130 )142 142% 144-
JNY'Oat&W S3 33%
(Norfolk A W.... ;. 71% 72%
f Do pfd . .- 78 , 84
..... ..'North American 68 69
l7,3oolNorthera Pacific. 131%!l30 130% 130%
iOmaba ....;..; 128 135
;•. j Do pfd .'...... ........;. 1150 170
jOnt Silver Mi 3% 8%
40iVPaclae Coast 86 83% iSS 88
t Do l«t pfd........ S3 88
I Do 24 pfd.-.;Vjii«J.;..-. 90 J9B
, iPadflc Mai1...... ..... ..... 25% 2C
- 7,00n- Penn BB C 0.... 121 120% 120i4i120%
500|People*s Ga5..... 87% iB7 86^ 57%
„ IP CC& St L.. ..... ...... 66 69
, P :.j Do pfd i.... -....'... j.. ".'..] S3 85
{*...... Plttsburis Coal .....] 10 10%
New York Stock List— Continued
Sales STOCKS lHlgh.]Low.| Bid. [ A&,
« ! Pressed Steel Car 27*4' 2? I 27*4! 2S
SOO Do pfd S4V4? 83 183 Sfl*»
lOOiPullman Car Co. 157 1157 1153 15S
jRy SO Sprngs Co j I 361*] 37
I Do pfd 1 1 gi ft' p»j
3..9oo;iieadißs: 07 I 85%! 90 P6'i
Do Ist pfd ..!....'.i 70 h2
Do 2d pfd T.....1 77 79 /
300 Republic S 4: 1.. 211*1 21 I "v; 21Vi
Do pfd I ! 74Xi 75
SOORock Island Co.. 19ST 19V,? 19% 19^
."•OO Do pfd 45 I 44ftl 44 46
2CO Slow S S & I Co. 47*;< 47H| 47ft| 4S
...;... Do pfd 1..... S5 193
X..... SL & SF Ist pfd .....j 1 5S I 62
400! Do 2d pfd 35141 87*4J'37UJ 3S "
ISt LAS TV..... .....1....:! \?\t' 1914
.._.....] Do pfd 1 42 : 48'
o.6oolSonthern Pacific. S6«*i 85*1 86K S<s%
200 1 Do pfd IllOJilllOis IIOH 110 i;
••-•„-•\u25a0 So Railway . . . ~ 15< 15* i
200 Do pfd 54 53H 53% 51
Term Coal & Iron .135 145
Tex Pat! L T Co 62 6<5
jTexas Pacific | 27Mi 2R»A
Soo|Third Art 4& ?i | 45 4S^ 6< p
(Toledo Hy & T Co 20« i 2H4
400JTO1 St Xi & W.. 25 24V. ...7. 25
fiOOi Do pfd 47U 46»i 46« i '47-
IOOITwIa City II T . 85 95 \u25a0 94 W
Un Bag & Paper .......... 5 6*4
I Do pfd ..: 54 57
77.600 Union Pacific 151 % 129* g |130»4 130%
\u0084Di)PM 51*4 S2\i
United Copper I. 4814 49
SOO United Eds of SF 20 19 18' 19
Do pfd 33 35
Do 4s . 72
D S Ca6t I Pipe 2$ Sl«i
•• *>? PW 75 86
D S Express S7 90
U S Realty & C 50 52
U S R & Rfg Co n 15
_Pj»JP f d 39 42
D S Rubber 2S^4 32
Do let pfd :. sou p-Ji^
Do 2d pfd 611, 62
20.500 D 8 Et*el Cor .. 28«» 27T* 2«ii 23U
7 22° ** P fd •• 911 4 Mi* PO^i 90' i
200 Utah Copper .... 23ft 23 23 ...
V«-Car Chem Co. ..... ..... 2<m 21»i
Do pfd ...\ 83u 100
•••\u25a0- TiCMI *C Co ". 51 M
700Waba*h lift 10*4 v IIU
100 Do pfd ... 20 20 20 20? i
Wells Fargo Er . 250 300
100 Western Union .. 75*4 75« 74%; 7*
....jWeetingbous* 133
W&t, E 9 ji
Do Ist pfd .... 22 • 25
Do 2d pfd io 15
Wig Central 151* 17
• Do pfd 3SVi 40
290,200— T0tal chares sold.
N'w York Monrr Market
NEW TORK. Sept. 25.— Money on call easier,
2<g2'j per cent: rulin* rate, 2ft per cent; clos
ing bid, J«i per cent: offered at 2 per cent.
Time loans, doll and ea*ler; 60 days, oV,i&sy.'
per rent: »0 days, 6%@« per cent; six months,
59*66 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 6^@7 per cent.
Etertln? exchange, rery weak, with actual
bcslness in bankers' bills at $4.8560^4.8565 for
demand and at $4. 8215 ©4.8220 for 60 day bills
Commercial bills. $i-Slft64.Sl*i.
Bar Bilrer. 67>4c.
Mexican dollars. 52ftc.
Bonds— GoTernment, steady; railroad, irreg
ular.
Jfew York Cotton* Market
\u0084 , NR W YORK, Sept. 25— Hutton's wire cays:
Market, strong on cables, opened 10 to 12
points adTance, with trading fairly actlre. The
cblef feature was the circular lssoed by the
former bear leader, who claims that owing to
a forecast of a bullish glnners* report on Oc
tober 2, the market j was entitled to a good
rally,- bat the average trader here belieres be is
trying to put the market up only to put out
sbort sales. The spot market was quoted easier
Tita exporters free bidders end offerings llzat
Morement is fairly heavy. "* ul -.
'.'Price is th« hearlpst buyer, though he is
Rending out bearish views. He makes the condi
tion at 73.« against 77.8 last month, and says
this Indicates a government condition Oct. 2 of
65.5. Some people seem to be changing their
ideas. There is heavy covering by interest*
which have b««n short for some time, and selling
by people who have been only recent converts
to the bull side. . The. bearish sentiment of the
market Is too deeply rooted to be disturbed by
any r burst of short \u25a0 covering, • even ; if somo big
operators do annonsce that they have changed
position for the time being." \u25a0•.- -.
Option— \u25a0 Open. High. I>w. Close.
September '10.78 c
October :.10.83e 10.55 C 10.7.V: 10.83s
November IO.SPc 10.93 c 10.84 c 10.92 c i
December .... .10.96c 11.04 c 10.93 c 11.03 c
January .. 11.06 c 11.14 c 11.02 c 11.12c 1
February .'..\u25a0.. ..... ;ll.l"c
March 11.22 c 11.26 c 11.14 c 11.23 c
April .........11.27c 11.27 c 11.27 c 11.27 c
May .11.32 c 11.34 c 11.23 c - '11.33 c
June .........11.40c 11.4<Jc 11.37 c 11.35 c
July ...11.35c 11.36 c 11.31 c 11.30 c
Xtrr Orlean« Cotton Market
NEW ORLEANS,' Sept. 25.— Spot cotton
riosod steady, with quotations revised. Mid
dling, 1014 c. '
Xew York Grain 'and Produce '
NEW TORK.r Sept. 25.— Coffee— Spot, steady;
No. 7 Rio. C'jc: No. 4 Santos, So; mild, steady;
Cordova.- 8© 12 Vic. - Futures nnchanged.- Sales,
were reported of . 88.250 ; bags, including: : ' Stp- !
tcmber. [email protected]: December, 6c; March, 6.13 c; !
May. C.25c: July, [email protected]. •> \u25a0 L ]
Butter — Firm; process,, common to ' specials. I
19<S2Gc. - / • \u25a0 i
Cheese — Firm, unchanged.
) DRIED. FRUITS
Evaported- Applfs — Future,: delivery \u25a0 are. re
ported easier. , ». The spot market is unchanged.
Prunes— Are somewhat unsettled on the coast,
according to recent advices, but the local upot
situation \u25a0 is steady. r '^
Apricots— Unchanged.
Peaches— Unchanged.
Raisins— Are maintained by the ; scarcity ;of
offerings so far as the spot market is concerned.
. New York Metal Market
NEW YORK. Sept.: 23.— The London 1 tin mar
ket .waa .unchanged to 10s. lower., with - spot
quoted at £169 and futures : at £, 168. * Locally i
the market waa dull, - with soot Quoted at
[email protected]« . \u0084 ' : - •.',.-• \u0084. . j
Copper was higher In London at £66 for both
spot and, futures. Locally the market i was dull
and unchanged. ", j / .
' Lead was higher at £20 10s in London, but
unchanged locally. .; . - .."\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0
. EDeltvS declined So 64 to £20 17s 64. 1a i
THE^SMfoFR^
London. Locally the market. was firm at 5.15
(&5.2JC. .. *t ' \u0084 \u25a0 :., \u25a0 -•\u25a0\u25a0-\u0084• :.. ,
Iron wati bipher in'the English market. - rrlth
standard foundry quoted at 5-ls 8d and: Cleve
land \u25a0 warrants- at ;»3s , 6d. Locally the * market
was reported unchanged. • \u25a0 :
CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE
'
•4U:-: ;••_-*•\u25a0' .- ';' : .-
Future Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO. Sept. \ 25.—Heavy selling by local
longs caused a weak'wheat market-here today.
At. tbe close wheat for December delivery was
down lc. Corn. was.".%c 'higher. Oats were
off- Provisions were: unchanged. -
Sentiment in ; the wheat pit was bearish, all
despite a \u25a0 fair amount ,of bullish news., The
most important Influence for I higher prices was j
a higher market at Liverpool The strength of !
corn on; the local exchange also \u25a0 aided the bulls t
somewhat. \u25a0 During the ; early ' part' of \u25a0 the day !
prices showed but little change, but: as the ses-'
slon advanced "several .large local holders sold i
freely and brought about material declines, in j
all deliveries. . \u25a0. , • \u25a0\u25a0-./ \u25a0\u25a0..-.
News from the Canadian northwest was mea- J
gcr. but a number of advices were received from I
Minnesota and tbe Dakotas-claiming that tbresb- j
Ing returns are-showing-large: yields in fields!
which wero supposed to have been seriously !
damaged by frost. : The market closed weak. •
December closed at 00%@999ic. \u25a0 " '!
Corn opened strong because of frosts last |
night in various: sections of the corn belt. . The j
market held strong until the close. December
closed at 58& c. «...
Oats/were weak because of heavy liquidation,
tbe weakness-of wheat and a belief that the
northwestern crop will be .larger than has been
estimated. The close was weak and at tbe
lowest point. December closed at 51 %c.
The provisions market was firm early in the
day because of the advance In corn. and higher
prices for. live bogs. . Later the market eased
off on realizing. •- Final quotations on January
pork were 6c higher at $15.35.- Lard was un
changed Ht $5.75 and ribs were 2VJc up at $7.73.
The leading futures ranged as follows: ..'
Articles — Open. lilgu. Low. Close.
. Wheat-
September 96% 00% p.-.*; 0:,%
December .1.00t» l.no** OOi^ »9«i
May ..: 1.07H 1.07 V» 1.05? i 1.05\
Corn— \
September ..... 62% R3 62>-i C,2%
December BS^h W>Vi 6S' 4 SS-"«4
May 09% COU s»ii 59? i
Oats —
September ..1.. 52S &2\ ' M»4 r-I^4
December H2Ti ,*c'« 51 l t 51%
May bnt,s . f>4>4 53>i SSVi
Mess Pork, p?r barrel— - - ' "
October ..14.40 14:47'^ 14.32^ 14.35
January .......15.40 15.40 15.35 15.35
. Lard, per 100 pounds —
October fl.lo P.12«4 J>.lo . 9.10
January 8.77V0 S.77Ms 8.721,s 8.75'
Short Ribs, per 100 -pounds-
October £.3714 8.37Va,5.35 SJJS
January 7.97H S.OO 7.97,4 7.97'yi'
Casb Grain and Provisions
" CHICAGO, Sept. 25.—Cash quotations wcrp as
follows: Flour, firm: No. 2 spring wheat, $1.05
(51.07; No. 3. [email protected]: No. 2 red, 95&@
90*«o: No. 2 corn. 62?i<g6Gc; No. 2 yellow,
63H@C2?ic: No. Z oats,-M^c; No. 3 white,
4?Vi©sDlie: No. 2 rye, 9rt(<2:9lc: itood" feeding
barley, 75@S0;; fair to choice malting, S7@93c;
No. 1 northwestern flaxseed, $1.24: primp tim
othy seed. $4.35: clover, contract grades, $16.75;
short ribs. Bides (loosei. $8.35<35.45: short cl«ar
sides (boxed. $*>.<">2^(s7K.S7'i: mess pork, pur
barrel. $14.«0<5 14.50:-lard, per 100 pounds, $9.10;
wbiskv. basis of high wines. ?1.34.
Articles— » Receipts. Shipment*"/
Flour, barrel* 37,200 44,100
Wheat, bushels .......... 272.200 36.100
Corn. bu«hels r ...........l,24S,i<in ?02.T00
Oats, bushels ..".".T 67f>,4P0 372,7i>0
Kye. bushels . ........ 16.800 700
Barley, bushels .;....*. ...125,400 , C 3,500
Bntler, Cheese and Hec*
CHICAGO. Sept. 25.—0n the produce exchange
today the butter market was: firm; creameries.
23«4' lff2»»sc:lff2»»sc: dairies. 22@26Hc.' Eggs,'.firm at
marvr ca«rs included. 14t^@17Hc: firsts. 20c;
prime Erets, 21c. Cheese, steady. 12^i@13»ic.
Bastern Tjiveistock. Slarket .
\u25a0 CHICAGO.
CHICAGO. s?'pt. 25.—Cattle—Receipts. IS.
(«>0. Market fairly active, with prices steady.
Steers. [email protected]: cows, *3.30«*5: heifers,
$SIJ.V7S; bulls. $2.60@5: calves, $5(g8; stock
ers-and feeders. $2.40(35- \u25a0 "
Hnr«—Receipts, 23.000. Market slow, with
prices steady to 5c higher. Choice heavy ship
ping. \u25a0 $<5.20<g6.35: light. butchers. $4.40(3:6.60:
light ml^ed. [email protected]«: choice light. $6.40(?J
6.60: packiDg, [email protected]; pigs,
bulk of sales. SS^S^e.SO.
Sheep—Receipts, 23.000. Market fairly active
bdt Sheep. [email protected]: yearlings, $5.75
@6: lambs. $6(?7.35.
. KANSAS CITT.
KANSAS CITT, Mo.. Sept. - 25.—Cattle—Re
ceipts, 13,000, including 1.200 southerns; martet
10^ higher. Native steers,'- [email protected]; south
ern steers. [email protected]: southern corns. $2.25®
3.40: native ,cows and heifers." $2.25*35.75:
stockers And feeders. [email protected]; bulls, $2.25®
3.75; calves, [email protected]; western steers, $3.25®
5.25: western cows, $2.50(23.80. 1
Hogs— Receipts. 8.O00: market stronc to 5c
higher. Bulk of sales, $6.10@«.30: heavy. SB@
6.15: packers, [email protected]; pigs and light, $6.15
(5«.35. " .' "
Sheep—Receipts. «,000: market steady. Mut
tons. $.*>@5.65; lambs. [email protected]; range- wethers,
[email protected]; fed ewes. $4.50@6. '
SOOTH OMAHA
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Sept. 25.—CatUe—
Receipts. 5.000; market steady to strong. Native
steers, $4.50@7; cows and heifers. [email protected]:
western steers.: [email protected]; Texas steers, $3@
4.60: cow* and heifers,: $2.25@4; canners,
i2'g3: stockers and feeders, [email protected]; calves,
?3©5.50; bulls, sUgs, etc... $2@4.
Hogs—Receipts. - 6.000: \u25a0 market steady to
strong. Heavy. [email protected],' [email protected];
light. [email protected]; pigs, ,$5.25@6; bulk of feales,
$5.?0@6.
' Sheep—Receipts, 18.000: market • steady.
Yearlings, $5.60(25.90: fed muttons, nothing
doing: wethers, [email protected]; ewes, $4.50(35; lambs,
$5.65@7.
I>ob Angeles Markets
\u25a0 LOS ANGELES. Sept. 25.—Eggs were un
officially advanced to ,S7@3Bc if or 'local ranch
csndled. 3 There was a strong demand for
strictly local, with little stock.- It is asserted
that only 36c is paid \u25a0at Santa Ana . for tbe
best-case count stock. Potatoes weakened , sn
other 6c a hundred. Receipts were; about tbe
average daily consumption. /The policy of hand
to mouth buying continues..;. Onions opened with
a weakening tendency. The price to the-retail
dealer was marked down to $2 a \u25a0. hundred this
morning for Yellow. Danvers. ;\u25a0 The market. It: Is
believed, will not go lower. Butter-is slightly
weak at quotations, but all stocks are In strong
hands and prices to the retailer.will not be.de
clined, although to quantity buyers most Jobbers
are willing to shade the official price of <VT>4c
a roll in case lots. \u25a0 Northern cheese is off, about
He. Fresh fruit is dulL Muscat grapes were
In too - large .- supply \u25a0 and declined to Co@7<V.
There will be a carryover at these.prices.- .The
market .may rally : tomorrow. -as , several , big
shippers have; been ordered to cease
Peaches - advanced to \7B@Bsc '. for choice . and
85c®$1.10 for. fancy.. Poultry Is- In good -de
mand at. present \u25a0 price*. \u25a0• \u25a0 Receipts are . heavier
than at this time last season.; \u25a0
Receipts of produce— Eggs,: 140 cases; butter,
$5,176' pounds; cheese," 3,420 sacks: sweet:pota
toes,'. 5 sacks; potatoes,- 2,081 sacks;, onions, .7
Eggs—l/oca I ranch : candled, selected, 35@37c;
case count, 34c; fancy ; fresh eastern, 27@2Sc;
storage eastern, ,26c.
Butter —Creamery extras,', ,6714 c;' creamery
firsts.'6oc; dairy, l!Sc; cooking, 24fe2oc. ,':-t',
.Cheese—Northern fresh. 17@17i*e; anchor
large.' 18c; anchor Young America,- 19c; -hand
cheese, '\u25a0 anchor brand.- 20c; * eastern: singles,- 1 ise;
eastern twins, 17V4@18c; -eastern -Cheddars,
Vt^c; eastern- longhorn, <18%@19c; ; eastern
dait^y, 18@19c; Swiss Imported,. 32c; Swiss do
mestic, 22c;'llmbnrger. 18c:-Tulsre, 17c. . \u25a0
\u25a0 Potatoes (per ctl)—Choice Highland Burbanks,
$1.73; fancy Salinas, [email protected]; sweet potatoes,
$LBs(g>2.'" - -\u25a0-\u25a0 - -.<*\u25a0\u25a0 :\u25a0 ,•<-,\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 i-.-:--:.£vj--?.;
. Onioo6—Yellow Danver onions,, [email protected] per
ctl; silver .skins,'s2.7s; garlic. 7@Sc;: chillis,
evaporated. 12Vic; sun dried," 14@15c:'ground,
12Hc: Mexican, bulk,"-i12%@13c; pickle onions,
[email protected]. - ..-y-iy.^.T >,- - •.<\u25a0:::\u25a0:\u25a0: -, -\u0084---
• ' Beans (per ctl)—>Pihk'No>l.'|[email protected],Lima
No. I. $5.75@6: Lady Washington.No.'-1.;53.35
(^3.50: small white Noi 1. [email protected]; blaekeye.
$T>.50i5i6.50; garvanzas, $5.50@«; lentils, 10@
1214 C. -'\u25a0:.' .\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0 •: .-;'- \u25a0-.:.; .\u25a0; • \u25a0 .-:\u25a0\u25a0.::•\u25a0.
•Popcorn—ss.7s@6 per CO. \u25a0' "'
Poultry (buying' prices." live weight." a. lb.)—
Broilers, :114" to 2 lbs,'< 17c;:fryers,{2^ to: 2s.
lbs, 15c; roasters,\u25a0' 3 or mororlbs,.-14c;:;bens,.
14c; stags and old roosters,-Bc;>turkeys, light
not wanted; ducks,! 12c; geese,' 12c; squabs and
pigeons, - $1.76@2 dozen.-:.' Selling: prices —Hens,
16(j$ 17c: young j roosters, 118 c; I fryers,'' 19c; I broil
ers. SOc:.; turkeys, -. old v toms, * 19c; :•" young: toms,
20c: bens. 20c; geese,* 17c; ducks, = 14c. : a: ' -
Honey (a lb)—Comb water white; 1 lb frames.
18c: white. 15@16c; light amber.. 15c;'extracted
water white, 60 lbcans, ,7Hc; white, -:7c; light
amber, 6^c.; - -\u25a0. .... ;~-:' .
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS. '
\;
v- ForelKn' Futures '\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0:'\u25a0
5 , LIVERPOOL , . >:
Wheat— - : Sept. i Dec -May.
Opening ....:... 1 9%' 800 - 81%
Closing 7 9ft :8 00 , 8 I^4
-\u25a0"•-'\u25a0 .-. ' : . PARIS \u25a0-..-.- '\u25a0\u25a0•"• •\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0-\u25a0.$-\u25a0:\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0
Wheat — " Sept.v v.Jan.-Apl.
Opening .".'.. 23 SO ,ttt 24 65 |
Closing 23 SO .24 40.
\u25a0 Flour-
Opening .'.....,32 95' ,'\u25a0 \u25a0 31 85
Closing ..........l^l^:.v;~.*'33 40 . •' 31 S5 ~
. .-.\u25a0"'• -. , ' \u25a0 .- A-'* ' - ' *- - * vi ;- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -•-.—';
.XortheraVWheat'Market. •'..\u25a0\u25a0;'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0?.
,\u25a0 WASHINGTON ' I
:""\u25a0> TACOMA, 5 Sept. ' \u25a0> 25.—Market O weak. Blue
stem, 85i$c;: club, • 83% c; sred,"l; 81\4e.' . ;
".> \u25a0.'. \u0084vNorthern^Buaineaai ;.' ,;-• ' \u25a0 • • '
i PORTLAND..: Sept. \u25a0 - 25.—Bank ' clearln-s
$1,130,166, balances, $92.766. ;;;\u25a0-"... • . ,"'
> TACOMA.. Sept.... 25.—Clearings, - ?"52,3G0.28'
balances, $66,548.83. ". . .. !
,-, .. St.'l/onto ,«Wool; Market'
j 6T.J LOUIS., Seof,'; «rf-iterJfPt: sieadyV Terr}-
Tory and western mediums. 20@25c; fine me
dium , 19@23c ; , fine". \i"& 2oc.
LOCAL MARKETS
* Exchange and : Bullion
Silver was J£c lower. '\u25a0 >"o variation in local
exchange.
Sterling^, exchange, 60 days. /./...". . — ©4.M ••-
Sterlings exchange, sfeut. . • —&"*•£?.;?
Sterling exchange/cables... — ftj4.Si»3.
New . York exchange, . sight — @ 05
New '.York exchange, telegraphic ... ~Wi »_>Jte
Silver,- per ounce.; — ® \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 d J-«
Mexlcansdollars,- nominal ...-..."... . — <<3! — :
-'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' '-'.." CONTINENTAL . \u25a0. §\u25a0_ \u25a0
New York on Paris Tilt»/j
New York 'on Mexico '•'• ••••• \u25a0~ n "%
Paris on London. .... ..23.13
Berlin on London. .'.... .20.46
Wheat and Other Grain*.
Wheat— Paris and Liverpool futures were both
lower.. Chicago declined lc. In this market De
cember was a fraction lower, but the cash grain
remained steady and unchanged. The market ex
hibited no new feature.
; - ' CASH WHEAT
1 California . olub. 51. [email protected]; do milling,
$1.62%: California white Australian, $1.65©
1.70; lower grades of California, [email protected]:
northern, club, $1.5~' l r&lS0; northern bluestein,
[email protected]; northern red. -$1.55@:1.57!6.
FUTURES
• . 10:30 a. m. session
December— sl.63. ' \u25a0- .
Barley-^There were some sales of feed at quo
tations yesterday on change, but the market was
quiet and without feature. \u25a0 Holders reported the
situation firm. - )
- . - CASH BAKLKV' ' ?<
Good to choice feed. spot. [email protected]^: com
mon to fair, $1.35<g;1.37\i per ctl; brewing, $1.45
per ctl;: chevalier,; $l/421»<3i1-s«> per ctl.
IQ:3/f a. m. session
May— No saless/$1.50 asked.
December— sl.46 bid, $1.46H asked.
Oats— Continue firm at the high prices, with
offerings of red fair, but of other kinds slender.
The demand continues good.
-• Good to : choice red tor need, .$1.75<g1.90; for
feed. [email protected]; . common to fair, $1.47%6i
1.52V5; wbltf, ;[email protected]^ for No. 1 and
[email protected]>^ for extra choice: coo«i clean black
for seed, $2.50(33; gray. $1.47V£<31.50 per ctl.'
Corn— The situation remains precisely as 'be
fore quoted.
California small- round yellow, $1.65; large
yellow.^. $1.50@1. 55; white, nominal; western
state sacked yellow, $1.5£i | 51. 60 ppot and $1.55(0)
1.60 to arrive; mixed, $1.52^@1.55; white Egyp
tian, $1.35; brown Egyptian. $1.25.
Rye— California, $1.45; Utah, $1.40 .per cU.
Flour' and Farinaceous Goods
Flour-^-Californla* family extras, [email protected]
net. without dlsc6unt; bakers' extras. $5,203
5.45; superfine, $4. [email protected]; Oregon and Wash
ington, per bbl. 55(25.30 for family and $4.40®
4.65 for out off.--; Kansa* flonr. San Francisco
track, $5.00@6; Dakota, [email protected] per bbl. ; -
Karlnace<«is Goods — Prices • in packages, net
cash, no discount, are as follows:- Graham flour,
$3 per 100 lbs; rye flour, $3.40; rye meal. $3.20;
rice flour. $7,20;- cqrn meal, $2.75; extra cream
do, $3.40; oat meal. $4.10; oat groats, $1.30;
hominy, 53.40<g>3.00;' buckwheat flour, $4; cracked
wheat. $3.50; farina, $4.20: whole wheat flour,
$3. 20 -.rolled oats, bbls, $G(§,7.25:,in sacks, $6.50
©6.75: rolled wheat, bbls, $4.30; in sacks, $3.80;
pearl barley, $5.40; split peas, boxes, $6; green
peas, $5 per • 100 lbs.
:'.:' Hay and Feedstuff*"
There was nothing new in either hay or feed
stuffs yesterday. .The latter continues firm,
circular of Somers A; Co. says of hay: .
"Hay arrivals for tbe week ending today show
practically the same total ax that 'of last week.
4,430 tons. In 'comparison with 4,520 tons. Rail
arrivals have been, rather light ' until -.' Monday,'
when \u25a0 the . exceedingly large. number of 151 cars
was reported. \u25a0 Boats and bargesare still very
largely in evidence, and many. of the bay land
ings are being well cleared of tbe large amounts'
that have been awaiting shipment for jsotne time.
At railroad points tbe situation Is very different.
for there are still thousands of tons of. baled
hay awaiting care, with no protection from -tbe
weather.--, 1 \u25a0\u25a0»•'.'., --..-\u25a0. .. , - ' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0•
"The local situation, shows no change, for, al
though previous . to Monday there was some indi
cation of ja 'advance,' yet now the old state of
affairs obtains again!" Local trade is a bit quiet,
although it is generally conceded that a fairly
active winter demand will be noted. It is read
ily conceded : that' transportation will control
prices during the winter, and from, the present
outlook- we anticipate a short car supply, with a
corresponding advance In the price of t hay., as
soon as the ruins begin. • :
"Although ccasional sales ar» m»d» at both
above and -below quotations, yet as a general
statement prices continue. unchanged.'.' . . i
.Bran — $20<g22.50 per ton. • .'.
'Middlngs— s2S<g3O. - \u25a0 •\u25a0 •\u25a0 >il-.
Shorts— s2l.so@23. :- "
Feedstuffs— Roiled barl».y. $29131; mixed
feed. $22 <g 24; oilcake mesl.ia 20 ' ton lots;
$38.50. 10 too lots $38. 5 ton lots $39.50: cocoa
nut cake, or meal at mills. (25. iv 10 and $25.50
in 5 ton lots; Jobbing, •; ?23; conr meal, -$32;
cracked corn, $33;Vbroom corn feed, 90c@$l per
ctl; alfalfa meal/ carload lots, $20.50;. Jobbing,
$21.50 per ton; mealfalfa. $20.50: JobbiJg, $21.50.
Hay^-Wheat, $12(§;18.50; Mtra choice do/, $19
@20 per ton; wheat and oat, $104$16; tame oat,
$10@16; volunteer wild oat, $9® 12; alfalfa, $8
<gl4; stock, $7.50(g10.'
Straw— 6o69oc per b»l<?.
\u25a0 .- Beans'; and Seeds
The situation in both beans and tttis remains
as before \u25a0 stated. Beans ; continue , firm, with
sellers making ; no . concessions. :. . .-':. l \u25a0\u0084
Beans \u25a0'\u25a0 (per ctl)— Bayos, [email protected]; pea.
$3.25(g3.50;; smsll white. ' [email protected]: \u25a0 large
white, $2.75^3: plok. [email protected]: re<l. $5(53..vi;
Umas. ' $5.30<g5.40; \u25a0 \u25a0 red 5 ' kldne,T». [email protected];
biaekeyes,-: $3.75@4: :1h0r5e , beans, \t $2.25Q2.55;
cranberry tw>ans,s3.7s'; Garvanzas,. s3.2s^4. .
- Seeds— Brown mustard.- $3*33.25: yellow mus
tard.- [email protected]; flaxseed.^ $2.75: .canary, 3 8 i®.4c;
alfalfa. I2 j b©l4c;- rape." cleaned, 2?4@3c; tim
othy, nominal; hemp. \u25a04U@4Hc; millet. 2V»@
2»ic per lb: broom "corn seed. " $16@20 per ton.
-Dried -I'eas— Green :are quotable at [email protected]
per ctl. ' ' .'. ' ; ' .\u25a0 \u0084; \u25a0 -\ ' -
\u25a0'[fj Potatoes, Onions and Vegetables
I Conditions In the market for potatoes showed
no change-whatever.' all descriptions- being 'in
liberal supply^ and' decidedly weak. A ; few fa
rored - brands of : exceptionally, fine [ river goodt
command a small premium almost every day,
wliile ; the I generals ron , of supplies soil \u25a0 slowly
and there Is very little variation between price*
at the. stores and. on the. wharf.. •'• Fresh arrivals
of sound sweet potatoes meet: with a fair sale
at goM prices, , while off lots are practically, un
salable. : Onions remain weak under large sup
plies: and quiet trading. .-- ". :. -"." : ..-'. \u25a0 :;.'...: ;.'...
Business in miscellaneous vegetables was mod
erately active and : with receipts of ."most ' descrip
tions comparatively, light, -the market held steady
at-tbe recently revised quotations., '.Tbere;wer«
large ' stocks of encumbers and tomatoes : lying
around unsold and .the former were very weak,
while. the latter, were merely steady. - .-
Potatoes — Salinas -Burbanks, ; - $1.40@1. 75 \u25a0- per
ctl; river' whites,: [email protected] per ctl • for choice, to
fancy and 75c@l per bag for poor.
Onions— California yellow, [email protected] per ctl;
Oregon do. $1.75.
' Vegetables— Green corn;': $1 [email protected] -pf r sack;
green peas; 3@4c per lb:' tomatoes,- 40@75c per
box; string ] and \u0084wax bfans,:2.(B3c.'per lb: lima
beans. 3@sc per . !b; : sumnaer squash, , r>o@6oc per
box; green pepper*. iso<B:6oc .per box: cucumbers,
60@65c per box; pickle cucumbers, $1.75, per box
for N0. ; 1,-$1Q;1.25 for N0. ; 2 and 75@S"»c for Ko.
3; >gg plants 40@75&' per box ; oUra, 35@50c per
box:. garlic,^S/g4c,per»lb: cabbage,- sl' per:ctl;
cauliflower,: 65@75r : per. dozen: ; carrotg,' $1 .per
sack; turnips,' fo@ooc per. sack; marrowfat and
Hubbard squash,. slo® 15 per ton.
. Poultry. -and Game. - >'.
I There was not much poultry received fromdo
mestic .-' shipping points • yesterday, but as ' there
was very- little business in ; progress the ; light
supplies proved sufficient ' for all wants. - Prices
for. fine, 3 large, young eh ickens were | held | steady,'
\u25a0 though :\u25a0 there : was^no \ particularly-; brisk 'demand
for any, description.'::! Small :. hens ;, were", a . very
'weakifeaturn and* receivers were : willing to ac
cept any .; fair offer to .effect" clearances of them.
Poultry . (per doien)— Hens, ? - $4@5 \u25a0 for ; small,
$5.005j6 -?. for .- large and , $7(BS f for ? extras ; , old
roosters. $4.50®5: yonng roosters;: $65?7 : do, - ex
tra large. - $7.50@8: : \u25a0" fryers, " $4@5; large
broilers,^ $3.50@4; . broilers, - $3@3. 50;
ducks, . $5Q6 for I younp \u25a0" and '\u25a0 [email protected] ; for -old ;
pigeons, $1.50: ' squabs.? [email protected];' geese, i $I.so rfg'.i
per pair: ? goslins.- $1.75@2 . per pab*; ' young tur
keys, .22@24c per ;lb; old do,aB@2lciperjb.
."'-v Game ;(per dozen) — Hare,- $1.5u&1.75; \u25a0 rabbits,
$2(32.25. - .- ;-' - : \u25a0 ... . .- ;,-~ \u25a0 . ;. . .-_ -. ; ; ; v \u25a0 ; '
'...'.'/ Batter, {Cheese 7 and Gggß ':\u25a0-\u25a0
'Under... light : and: a -fairly, active mar
ket- everything-under this * head : ruled '.very > firm
yesterday .and ; the upward . trend >in \u25a0 values of . but-,
ter.' ; and eggs v continued f unchecked. '\u25a0' California
fresfi extra pgga were lc* higher, at 43c, and .fresh
firsts f advanced | Z\i,cc to ? 3S%c j a r doien.' »; Some
grades \of storage ». and { eastern \ goods ,. were also
1 higher. \u25a0;\u25a0' The i best i butter^ was : lc . higher . on : active
buying on. the exchange, > and supplies ; were quick
ly i Closed out t at] the ! . new.' quotation, .v Fresh east
ern * extras i were » of flcially ' quoted l for \ the ? first
time' this i season:*? Cheese ;wnß ' very.; firmly: held
and ; dealers : experienced i no : difficulty . in j securing
full ; figures ; for ' all '? descriptions. :.\u25a0\u25a0•'.'„ .. \u25a0 -..'.\u25a0-•:<-'=.
; The-; following J 1 sales; were iy made oo . the ?ex>
change: ;-\u25a0 .'.,•. \u25a0;--'x>z,- y \u25a0'"\u25a0 - .;" -...: .'"\u25a0-. \u0084'\u25a0 ... -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-;\u25a0
"\u25a0' Butter— lo cases : of '\u25a0 fresh local extras at 31c
and 80 at 31 %c. :<• ' .
v Eggs— lo cases *of California 'storage extras at
29% c.'.- -':\u25a0\u25a0.:;, \u25a0\u25a0%;: \u25a0;';\u25a0: '\u25a0 \u25a0 - ' ,' \u25a0-:. - ' ' -"\u25a0
•n Cheeae-^OO -fancy; California new j flats at .I6c
and -75 at 15% c. ft*— -> .'\u25a0\u25a0 i - --, : :.
;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0> Receipts . were J 20,200 \u25a0 lbs " butter, \u25a0« 8,300 •\u25a0 lbs
cheese and 530 cases eggs. ? «"-'•' • : r \u25a0 . -
: -The following ; : . are \u25a0 the J official quotation* las
established * by ! sales, i bids \u25a0 and i offers on the \u25a0. floor
of \ the i dairy i exchange."^ Prices ' on t,the .! street,
wh lie governed iby \u25a0 the i exchange ; quotations, gen
«aUy, range i from i l%c \u25a0toi 2c - higher, -owing tto
the r4r 4 various t, charges i to s be i' added. ;^ --*>.:;'.
£< Butter— Fresh I creamery,"? extra," ? 81%e J per ; lb,
firm; do firsts '< 29c, Bteady : | eastern extras, 28% c,
firm : \ seconds;; 26c,'t Bteady; I thirds,'; 25c,', steady;
eastern : ladle packed,', extras, 24c,: flna; do firsts.
23?4c v .flrm;:No.:l pickled.- 2Sc, firm: No., 2 <}o,\
27c, flrm; California storage extras. 2S%c. firm:
do. firsts, 2"c... firm; eastern -storage ladies, firm
at 23%e for. extras at \u25a0 23c. for firsts..
\u25a0 ' Cheese— Fancy, California new t!»'«. ir>'~!\,r>er
Ib, firm;, firsts, - 14% c, - firm ; ' new. Toun'g : Amer
ica, -,fa.ncy. .16c,; firm: - firsts, 15V.C. - tirm ;• fancy
Ore-son.. 15% c, firm; fancy eastern. 17c. firm:
storage 'goods.' New York fancy.- lS%c. firm;
fancy California flats, -1514c: firm; fancy Youn^
Am'Tirsp.* lfiV.c.'flnn.'" ; -\u25a0''•\u25a0
\u25a0 Eggs — California •' fresh . extras, • 43c per doz.
firm; .first?,"- 3S%e, "firm; secoods,' 25c,. firm:
thirds, ;:Me; firm; eastern selected. 23% c. firm;
do. firsts.'! 23c, firm; do. seconds, 10c.- firm; Cali
fornia storage ; extras. Sir. firm: do, firsts, nomi
nal ;\u25a0\u25a0 eastern ; storage : extras, 23% c, • firm ; do,'
firsts, 22c, firm.- .. ..-.'•• \u25a0 • . \u25a0 ;;i'-';:;,'
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits ..
: The 'fruit- market i was, dull and • uninteresting
yesterday ; and prices varied but little ' from tbe
last report. B Only • such i descriptions |as were In
light .supply, snowed- 'the least firmness, _ and
salen'of hi;h priced; stock were limited. Grape*
continued to .move off freely, both on. local and
shipping uccbunt, rbut supplies were altogether
too much -far .the .m arket to absorb and valnea
were weak In consequence. _ Flrs were dull, with
prices low and / more or less , irregular, and gen
eral • offerings -of - nutmeg . melons continued to
i drag • badly, at " uneven > rates. Berries were only
• selling in .a • peddling ' way : and the usual surplus
was turned over to canners at the Inside quota
1 tlons.-- Citrus goods' were quiet and 'easy at. the
i old quotations. ; • - . :••
i Berries— Strawberries, - ?5.50@D per chest;
raspberries. $B<gilo p« chest: blackberries. $3.50
@6 per chest; Coos bay cranberries, $3.50@4 per
box; .huckleberries, 7@llcper**lb.
Apples "(per hoxi — Fancy. [email protected]: - com
mon to 'cUolro."*;r>c@sl: erabnpples. BRc®*l~ •
! Quinces— Cse@sl per box: per ton, $23«133>
I Tears — Bartletts,' [email protected] per box for faßcy
and r [email protected] for 7 good' to choice; winter
Nellis. ?1.'_'[email protected] per box; cooking varieties. 75c
©$1:25 per box. %.\u25a0'•'>\u25a0' >
Pfaches — Small boxes,' [email protected]; 'carriers.
[email protected]. . - .
Plums and Prunes— [email protected] per box or crate.
\u25a0 Figs — 754j90c for large and 40® 75c for small
boxes. . "• .- • .-..'\u25a0 .
I *-. Melons — Cantaloupes, $2.25 per crate; river
nutmegs." 40©83 c per box; watermelon:-. $!(&
per dozen. --\u25a0 * • \u25a0'"\u25a0 ./\u25a0\u25a0
Pomegranates — [email protected] per box. >'\u0084"".
Grapes— Crates," seedless, 83<§90c: muscat, 65
@85c; tokay, 60@85c; black. t>o@7sc; Isabella.
W)(g7sc; small . boxes, 75<gS5e. for seedless and
504£«5c for other varieties: large boxes, muscat,
76c(&1.25; tokay, [email protected]; black, 75c@$l;
seedless, $1.25^1 .75 ; wive I grapes, $25<&3C . per
ton. ' j
Citrus Fruits (per. box)— Valencia orange*. $3 1
(a. 1.50. ns to size; lemons, $4@5 for fancy, $3@4 ]
forcbolee and [email protected] for -standard: grape
fruit.'[email protected] for seedless and for com- f
mon; limes, S3(ii(3.uO. - -
Tropical Fruits — Bananas. $I©2 per bunch
for Hawaiian and $2.50<§;3.5Q for Central Ameri
can; pineapples, $2@3 per. dozen.
Dried Fruits. Raisins, \u25a0 Nuts and Honey
FruKs— New apricots. 20®22c; fancy Moor
park. 25c; evafHjrnted apples. 10<&>10%e: peaches.
11® 13c for -good to fancy, top quotations stand- I
ing fpr Muirs;.figs, '3%@sc; nectarines, 12%® i
10o: pitted plums, 11 Ql2c; prunes, 4 size basis.
lfiO7 crop. 4%&scper lb, with l®l J /jo premium
for the ; large sites. ...
Raisins — Quotations for the 1907 crop are 7<g9e
for seeded. 8%®7%c for loose muscatels. o%@
»c for seediest sultanas. [email protected] for London
layers and [email protected] for clusters.
Nuts — Almonds, new \u25a0 crop, . 15c; old crop, non
pareils, : 17% @18c; I X L, 16%@18c:. ne pl'.is
ultra; 16@18c; Drakes, 13%<jjl4c: Languedocs,
13%@14c; hardshell, 9@loc. Walnuts— lsc p»r
lb for No. 1 softshell and 12c for No. 2 do; 14 %c
for /.No. I : hardshell and 11 %c for No.' 2 do.
Tb we \u25a0 prices are for round -lots. Jobbing, prices
are \u25a0\u25a0 l%e per lb higher.'
• Honey — Water white . comb. 16Q17c; white,
15c;' .-water 1 , white "extracted, SQSVic; light am
ber, 7<2"%c; no dark ambtr offering.
. ; Provisions - >
'Cured Meats — Bacon,^ffe per* lb for heavy.
15c for light -medium.- l«%e for light. 17c -for
extra light and 18%@21c for sugar cured: extra
light -sugar cured,- 22i323%c; dry salted sides,
14c: - bellies. • 14c; eastern sugar cured hams,
17Jj£l£c: California bams. 16c; mess beef, $»
pelTbbl; extra mess, $9.50; family, $10; prime
mess pork. $24; extra clear. $27; : mess. $25;
pig-pork.vs2S;?plgß* feet, $3.50 - for half bbls.
$2.60 ; . for -quarter bbls and $1.35 for kits;
smoked beef,. 14c per lb. \u25a0 .
Lard— Tierces quoted . at BUc tor California
compound, .9l4c for eastern compound and liu@
12c for pure; half bbls. pure, ll%@l2V*c; 50
lb.tlns, lliii(3l2Uc; 10 lb tins, 12H@12f 4 c; 5
lb tins. 12»i@12T^c; 3 lb tins. 12H@13c. '.
\u25a0 Cottolene— -One half barrel. 11 ?4c; three half
barrels, -llUc; on© tierce, 11 He; two tierces,
lie; fiVe tierces, 10% c.
Hides, Tailor*.' AVo«l and Hops
"Hld»s — Cull: and-: brands sell about %@lc un
der .- qudtatlons. - Heavy. «alted steers, 10c; me
dium. Pc; llght,"BHc; cow hides. S^fec for heavy;
SHC tor light; stags. -7c: salted kip.lOc; salted
real," 13@14c;. salted calf. 14c; dry bides. 16c:
dry kip. 16<: dry -calf. , 20c: . sheepskins. | shear
lingt., 20'S50c"'each:- short wool. 50@75c each;
medium.'. 75c(251, long wool. $1@1. 50;. lambs'.
20@60c; horse hide*." salt, : [email protected] f or large:
$1.75(82.25 for medium and $l<gil.sO for small;
horse- bides, dry. [email protected] for -large and $1.25@
2 for medium. 50c@$l for small and 25@50c for
colts; deersklnf . \u25a0 dry Mexican. 30@32c: dry salt
do. . 27@30c: dry - Central American, 35@30e;
foatsklns.. prime, angora, 75c: extra large do,
$1.25(31.50;. large, 35@45c; medium, 30@35c;
small, 20@25c
Tallow — No. 1 rendered. !6ii@s>/4cr! 6ii@s>/4cr No. 2.
,3<35c;. grease, 2@3Hc*
' Wool — Fall lambs. 11 (glS'ic for north?rn and
S@loi4- -for southern: spring' clip. Humboldt
and Mendoclno, 8 months, 23Q24c; year's staple.
24 <g 25c: northern free. 21(524c: do defective,
lS<g2oe: San Joaquln and southern. 13@;16c; Ne
vada, 15@18%c per lb.- \u25a0
Hops — Prices to growers are as follows: 1906.
s@7c;for; fair. .to. choice; 1907. crop,
pound. . •
; . Meat Market
-> ; .- l DRESSED MEATS
Slaughterers' rates to dealers are as follows:
, Beef — 6M;@7Ue per lb for steers and sis@6^c
for \u25a0 cows and heifers. - -
\u25a0 \ Veal— 7@Se f«r large and f^fliac for small.
. Mutton— D&fglO^c for wethers, 9iJ@loc for
ewes. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'• \u25a0'•\u25a0-. -\u25a0-\u25a0-:•\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 - \u25a0;
kl»amb— Spring," 10ii>@llHc per lb.'. ~
1 Dressed Hogs— l l <S Ime per lb. .
- I JVESTOCK MARKETS
; The .following ; quotations \u25a0 are . for good, sound
livestock, delivered In S«n. Francisco. . less SO
per cent shrinkage for cattle:',
r Cuttle— Steers,^ No. U.B@S ',4c; second quality.
7@7iic: third' quality. ,6@6%c; cows and heif
ers.-6^@6%c for No. 1; second quality. s>4@6c;
third quality.; sc: bulls and stags. 3@4^c.
r Calves — 5c per lb '< for; light, 1 4 V4c ' for medium
and 3 l^c for heavy (gross weight).:" • .
; Sheep—^-Wethers. 5@5%c per lb; ewes. 4^@sc
(gross weijtht).' . - *\u25a0• "\u25a0
: Lambs — Sprlnjr. 6@6Vic. .- - \u0084 \u25a0
:Hogs— loo to 200 lbs. 7%@7&c per lb; 200 and
upward,; 7@7^4c; boars 50 per cent, stags 30<^40
per cent and tows 10@20 per. cent off from above
quotations.' •-' . ; \u25a0\u25a0 ;.-. - ; ;
l; "'General Merchandise
Bass— San Quentin." 7«4c;r grain bags,'. BH@
B%c;- wool bags., 42U@44c; Ceece,' twine, ile;
frult\bags, : -7Ti@S^c for cotton and S'/2@Ss4c
for.- jute.' \u25a0 ''-. ;- \u25a0 \- "\u25a0; \u25a0-" \u25a0 ' . '* '\u25a0\u25a0 .'.; "-\u25a0."'\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0' ; .\u25a0"..•\u25a0\u25a0
.-\u25a0' Coal —Pennsylvania anthracite egg. \u25a0 $15;, Wei
'lington."'sl2*per:ton:'New"Wellington. $12: Coos
bay,. slo; Richmond, $12; Cumberland, $14 la
bulk and $16.25 in sucks; Welsh anthracite. $15;
coke. " $17 i pery ton in -bulk and $19 in sacks;
Rocky- mountain, .nominal. .' \u25a0 •
V:. Oils— Quotations are for i barrels: * Linseed; 57c
pcr \u25a0 gallon ' for. boiled , and ' 55c for raw; cases, 6c
more ; 1 castor : oil. In cases; . No.-. 1, -: 75c ; i Baker's
AA. \u25a0 cases,l [email protected]: lucol.~ 60c for boiled and
4Sc 1 for.-, raw ; { China j nut.-, cases.' 83@90c per gal
lon;.cocoanut oll,lnbaiTels,"67%@Tlc for XXX,
[email protected] . for. No.'. 1" and l o2 Vi@66c for No.' 2; ac
cording to quantity;. extra bleached winter sperm
oil.". 65c;? natural .winter, sperm oil/ 65c; : natural
whale 'oil, •' 55c; ;\u25a0\u25a0 extra' winter- 6trained lard oil,
90c ; I No.'; 1 lard I 011,% 75c; pure ncatsfoot oil," 1 SOc ;
No.-l' neatsfoot oil.* 65c; herring; oil, 40c; salniou
0i1.v35c;: boiled .flsh' oil.- 33e: palnt'uil, 35c. !
Coal ! OU,* Gasoline, etc.— Water white coal oil,
from Uanlt ; wagon. \j 10@llc; ' special • do, : 12Hc;
pearl oil,"- in ; cases,. 17c; -'astral, 17c; > star, > 17c;
extra' star.' 2oc; 3 Elaine, ,26c; -eocene, 19c; stove
gasoline, la r .bulk"l7%c, tin' cases "24c;. No. lTen
gine distillate, f iron barrels or drums. Bc; 'No. 2
do.if 6%c, ;V cases '\u25a0'-\u25a0 C%c \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- more ; benzine, : •In : bulk
12'5c,\ln /cases 1 19 c; S3 degree -gasoline, in bulk
30c.-; in, cases 360.^-,: \u25a0V - ' :\ , '\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0;. •\u25a0•: "
:; Turpentine— 77%c per gallon in cases. :
t Rosin. (p«r,bbl 0f. 280 lbs)— E, $7.30; F, $7.50;
G,57.55:;H,.57.65;i1.;57.75.i\- ..-.;.
- .Red • and : White ' Lead— Red S lead. " B% @9c : : per
lb; white lead,'S@B*4c, according to Quantity. .-.\u25a0':
•"•, Sugar-i-The \ Western :; sugar \u25a0-._ refining ' ; company
quotes ; as • follows/ terms \ net . cash : .Cubes \ and rAy
crushed.' ; 5.60c ;-. powdered, '"s.4sc;:candy,-,granu
lated. ? 5.45c: n fine ' fruit <\u25a0 or '; coarse ; granulated.
s.3sc;tbeet;granulated'.(loo lb bags 0n1y), 16.15c;
confectioners'. *A." 5.35 c; magnolia A: 4.95 c; \u25a0„ extra
Ci 4.85 c ;; golden * C.~: 4.70 c; \u25a0\u25a0 D,'; 4.65 c ;. H. '&.-B.
crystal ! dominos, » B.7sc : s tablets, \ half : bbls.' 5.85 c;
boxes,';6.loc;Dtrilb.,;.;Barrels;and 50 lbbagslOc.
half, bbls [2sc -and boxes 50c.more;per 100 lbs for
all I grades.' «:• No order . taken , for ' less | than 5 75 1 bar
rels : or : its * equivalent. ;" Beet : sugar,- -"Monarch^
brand.'i is. quoted J over; and above* the. price; of
standard H fine a (cane) i granulated In - 1 00 lb hi gs
rs follows.- \u25a0 > Bags, '< 100 ,lbs,™.3sc: ' barrels.- .45c;
half barrels,; :6oc:. 4o lb tins.'; cased," 52.03; 35 lb
tlns.'i cased," $2.05;' 10 lb tins;, cased; 10 lv a case.'
$2.70 ; ' 8 lb tins, 8 in a case. $2.70; ; 30 lb boxes,
' t . - .'-..-.' Receipts, of i Produce V'
: . " ,. FOB "; WEDNESDAY, * SEPTEMBER \u25a025 '
Flour/T<ar 'ski': 1 : :' 6,516 Tallow* - ctls ...*.\u25a0 ' -\ CO
Wheat,* ctls -.*.". .1 sKO Ride*, V- No ...... .374
Barley, I ctls - : . ; .i 2.C30 Pelts, . bdls j'.'.-.VV . 60
Oats,i-ctlsy. ;..:.- , 150 Ume.'bbls .•.:...- 3G4
Beans,' \u25a0;.= ska : '.' . : .'. • CSeiSugar,-;.. etls f r. . . . : 1 ,800
Bran,'?Bksi,-V'.v;-V."V • 80|Brandy/ gals . .'. . r>">o
Middlings,'! Bksj".T. 120 Wine. -gals V".; V.11,200
Pot*toes,'v ska x. . .* 3,000 Lumber, M 1M 1 ft . . \ Z 1 -. W)
Hay.'K tons 2 ;.^ .VV -'. ?25 Apples.v bx» V: . . .V.1.f500
Wool, -bales •-\u25a0.... 133 Calfskins,, bdls... 15
Feed. : ski ;.;.'... -CC)O MalU l ctls-i r. .....; 03
Lea4ier,srollaV.;_. : \u25a0• . ' \u25a0; >;"\u25a0.- ' \u25a0
OREGON -s
Flour. • <\z. sks. .-. . i-4rtCJ Barley. \u25a0 clla ..... 4.C00
Wheat., etls \u25a0\u25a0... ».J4;iOats. ctln ...... -i.«l>o
THE STO^MARKET
Corns tocfc Mlclna;:. Sharen Very Strong;
-at a Further. Adv^aee ,
r Not a bond was sold "on the stovk -end. .bond
I exchange yesterday, and only 170 shares of
1 stock. - packers, -.which ba>i been rising
for a day : or two, advanced Still further from
$43.23 to ?40.\ There vtre.no other fluctuations
' calling for comment. . *
There was a very strong market for the com
stock mining shares, there being a general ad
vance throughout the list. Yellow Jacket sold
up to $1.60. Business was better and in some
of the, leaders very fair. The feeling in all these
stocks was bullish.
i Brokers ; reported eastern buying orders m tbe
i market for the southern Nevedas, the first for
tome little time. As usual, interest centered
in the merger,- which opened at $6.72. sold ,uo
to $7. and closed the day at $6.90. agatnst $6.82
the preceding day. Florence .was quiet at
Thursday's quotations. Daisy recovered tbe 7c
lost the day before. Atlanta was active at
about previous quotations. \u25a0 .A new feature was
a -.sudden burst of activity In. Mayflower Con
solidated., which advanced from 06c to 38c under
large sales. Otherwise there was nothing new
in this group of mining: stocks. I
• The Patterson Creek gold mining company has
1 levied an assessment of 10c, delinquent Octo
\u25a0ber 26.
" The La Palma mining, company of Diu^ingo.
' Mexico, has - levied so assessment of Sc per
! share," delinquent October 26. ,
STOCK AND BONO EXCHANGE
WEDNESDAY. Sept. 25— 10:30 a. m.
UNITED. STATES BONDS
Bid. A»k.l" / :.-'' Bid. A»k.
4s qr cp new. 129 — |3s qr conp.i. ;—; — •?-
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Ala A W ss. — — Oak~ Tran ss. 101 14 —
Asso OU Co.— SO Jlo'Con 5». — 103
Bay CPC 6s. 92^ — Ok Trac C ss. — SWfi
Cal O G ss. — 100 O W- gtd 5s. — 100
Cal G&E sr . Oceanic S ss. 40 —
m.4 ct 5j' — 75 - Om Cable 6s. — 712
Cal st C oe. — 10-2-Vi Pac G ,1m 4s. — 02? a
Cal-wnne ss. — 02 .4 P E Ry 5«..— 103tj
0 C Wat ss. — 100>i Pac LAP Ss. — W>
I Do g mgss — '\u25a0•92fe Pac T&T ss. — 10*-'^
Ed L&P C 5.109 112 P 4. C H 6s. — *o-i
FiOHCi,- - P'iOßfe.- 104
1 Geary st ss : 60 — Powell st «s. — —
pi C & S 5» 93^ Sac EG4RSs. — 101
Hob X T &4.106 SF &-SJTSs.II2UH :{
L Talioe. R3j — 102 Va SF.O & SJ5s. — li>4
L A Elec ss. — ' 100 f Do 2<l mgss — —
LAG & El3s. — ICO SJJb SCtt 4'4s — 95
L A Ry 55. . — 110« i Sierra '\u25a0 B 65..105 11U
L.4L gtd ss. — 103 S P of A 6s
I^P lem 65.102% — 'U9O8) ....lOITi —
LAP Cal s*. — \u25a0-, -— - . (1910* — —
Mkt st.C fis. — 10SS. S P of C 6s
Dolctn'Ss. — lU2 • -(1912)' 103 — *
MVi MtT3s.lO3 — SPC 1 cS 55.112^i —
NR of C 55.112a;i14 S P B R 6«. — 125
N P C X 6s. — 101. SPKR.Ist r4s WVi S'J
SC Ry s*. .105 — SV%TV k mg4s S3 Srt
N ; O PC ss. — P3 Stkn GiE «s. — 105
NEI Co ss. — 87^ UG & E Bs. — 03
O GL&H Sa.lOO 105 Ult of SF 4s. 70 —
Oak Tran 6a. 108 >4 100*4 Val Co ' P ss. — 05
WATER STOCKS
Contrm Costs — «2 ,!S"V Wat Co. 21* 22
Marin Co ..45. — 1 .
GAS AND ELECTRIC
Martel Tower — — IPac LCo ;«3 —
Mut E L ctfs 4% — Stkn G * E. 32 —
.'Do ci ctfs 13i» — t
INSURANCE
Fireman's Fund .•...."... 140 143
BANK STOCKS
Am Ntl Bk. — 130 Lon.P'A i.IJO ISO
Anglo-Cal .. — SI M»r Trust . . — 210
Bank of Cal.33SVi3o7Vi Merch .Ex . . — —
Cal Safe Dp. — 125 S F National. — —
First Natn1..212ij225 Union T Co. — ;£3<J
HAVINGS BANKS
Ger S i Xj. — 3000 g F Say U. 353 600
Hum S BY. — 2600 Say i. L So. . — 120
Mut Say Bk. — &S See Say Bk.. — —
STREET RArLROADS •'
California .. — 135 (Presidio — «5
Giant Consolidated C 0... 7514 73
SOG-AR
Hiwallsn C. SO — lOnomea S C. 34-^i 53
'Honokaii'S C 9 .10' IPaautau SC. 15 Jsl*
Hutch S PCI.I — Union S Ce-.. 4.V
Kllauea S C. :—: — 3 ' Do pool ... 45
Maka«»ii ••. _ . SO' ; 4
'" .*.. MISCELLANEOUS
Abfftka PA. 4t> 45 Ibceanic S Co.
Abso Oil "Co. 2SH"2S3s|pac Aax F A 1U
C»l F C A.lOll,- iPac.C Borax. 152^ —
Cal Win- A. 77 So Pac r TAT pfd Si' S5
MV& MtTm. — 110 ) Do com ... loM^S
f.- t '^ SALES *
Morning Session
• 100 Pacific" Tel & Tel - (c0m) . ..... lo.io
. Afternoon Session
25 Alaska Packers'- A**n 45 00
. 20 Awoclated Oil 25.09
]rt Flrit National. Bank .220.C0
15 Onomea Sugar Co 34.30
Unlisted Securities
. MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Bid. Ask.) Bid. A»k.'
Bar CFC S3. 97 — j?Pt N'P f>s. — - 104
Cal NW Kss — 10S IS- P Coast ß4s — 91 '
Marin .W 5s — ICO , lßtand El ssi'. — S*
Rl* I Wt»ss — 100 . |-Do gtd SS. — S3
SF Drrdk Ss.loo R1 Sun Tel 55...— JO^iA
SF GtE 4ijs — 55.-:iSutter st Rss — • IC3
MISCELL-iNEOUS STOCKS
Ala Sug Co. '— 13% N Cal P Co. 24*: 23
Cal Cot Mils — JK» . Orpheum Co.. 15
C Jockey Cl. — IV> ; Pac C Cas Co. 150 173
Cal T I Jfc T — 150 Pac G4E pfd 40 47%
Chutes Co ..1 — Pac Sur Co. S3 —
Cjp L Imp. — 44 S F. Drydock. 50 —
Ppt Pv.- pfd — 77 . SF. *SJ Coal — l->
' Do com . . .0».>. 0».> IS Cruz PCm — 30 -
Gas Con A.. 17Vi -0 [Stand P Cem 40 5O
Hono-P Co.. 21 — (Truck Elect.. — 13U
'Do off pi. — 23 I -
California Stock and Oil Exchange
BId.AsV.I -. Bid^\»k.
Asso Oil ct.25.00 — lOccl of TV Va 10 12
Clamnont "... 73 80jre«rless .3.00 '
Coallnga Pac.1.50 ' — Plttsburs ..;-. 08
Fulton ......1.50 —.Sovereign — 17
Imperial " .-. .18.00 —Sterling — j.«>o
Independence. ..; 22 --[Saperlor 10. —
Kern- ........ 10 — lUnkm ...... — 100.00
McKittrick -".. 15 — (Wolverine 35 —
Mon of Ariz. 09 — IWK Oil Co.. 23 —
Monte Crlsto..' 23 —I Western • U.. — 373.00
OFFICIAL: SALES
1000 Independence ......'.'..."..:... .-.53
Mlnlnjc Stocks
SAX FBANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the sales on the San Franciscu
stock and excoange board vtsterdaj:. "
COMSTOCKS;
•.--.'., Regular Morning Session
20OAodes. ....... 20 100 Exchequer ..„ S4
600 Belcher . 31 20OHale\& Xorc. t>7
100 Best & Belch. S"> 2iX> Meiican «o
100 Bullion., :*..... 25( 500 Overman ..... 13
• 200 Caledonia ' .... Cli 300 Potosl * \u
'200 Caledonia .... 501 300 Savage ....... so
100 Caledonia .... « 700 Sierra Nev ..." k>
100 Caledonia ... . "4b 300 Union Con ...-47
100 Challenge ... 16 200 Union ; Coo ... <s
200 Chollar „:... C3|looo Utah ....'...:. oc
•400 Con YaM Co. MM 200 Yellow Jacktt.l.so
r4OO Crown Point.. 86| : '
? "• '. Informal Session '
\u25a0TOO Andes'. ... 211 200 Mexican ..... «->
200 Belcher \ ...... 38} 200 Ophir ... 1 ss
; 100 Bullion ' ... ..." 25] 200 Opbir 1 37U
300 Challenge "... 1»| 100 Savage ........ j<o
'200 Chollar .....". 23 300 Savage ....... £3
100 Confidence ':.. . SS| 100 Seg;Belcher •;..'-: ti.s
- 100 Confidence C. 8«i 700 Sierra N'ev ;." 57
000 Con i Va, &I Co. 82 200 Sierra Ney &>
\u25a0\u25a0: 300 Crown J Point.: 87 100 Sierra. Ncr ;,»
COO Gould i& , Cur . . 24 200 Sierra Ncr .
;600 Hale &"Xorc. : PS 1000 Silver Hill -s
*200.Hale & Norc.l.OOr 200 Union Con '. '.~ <5
'200 Justice ..-. t'2| 500 Uutoa Con '. .*;4S
IUO Kentuek ..... 12[-100 YeUow Jacket" ICO
-; 200 Mexican ...... Cl|
Account Sales
' 200 Cbollar . . . . . . ' 23' 200 Justice • . . <*>
100. Belcher ....r. S&%\ f, ."„ ; -*-..' ••••\u25a0'--
**/ ,\u25a0-..', CLOSING QUOTATION'S '-'.
. ' : Bid.Ask.| J .. \u25a0„ -< <\u25a0 : Bid.Ajfc
Alpha ....... J10: -Jostle* ... oi v"
Alta •'.. •:.'.-...".*•..\u25a0 — f-'lKentuek ..... vH —
Andes ....... '2d 21 [Lady. Wash .. u|
Belcher .«<<.. •: 37 3S Mexican ;..'.. ai - c 2
B«-f=t,&" Belch. 83 5tJ N. Gould 4: C. —
Bullion ,;...., Zi 2A Occidental ... -^-^- nsnsn 5
Caledonia v... 47 49 Ophlr ....... .1.35 140
Challenge.:. 1* . 2U Overman "....: 13 *js
Chollar -:. .V... 2;t 24 Potosl > 13 15
Confidence, ...' 85, tK) Savage ' .:..... 81 .S3
Cons Imperial. 02 C 3 Scorpion -....v 07 10
Coni Va M ' Co. 82 84 Seg ; Belcher . . 06 OS
Crown V, Point.. 33 .._ S7 Sierra : Set Vr. .38 60
Exchequer/-... "^54 ,/ — Silver Hill . .. as —
Gould- &iCur." 2i \u25a0 27lUnlon Con . . . 47 '4s
HaJe.&Norc. 87- OOlUtah --.......„ o«.r 03
Julia >- %/ .."... : 07 rr — iTellow^ Jacket.l.X» 1.60
;/ .TONOPAH AUD : GOLDFIELD STOCKS
* ' '. -' Regular. SessiOD— 9:3o '. to '\u25a0 13:30 .' •
200 Atlanta ;\u25a0 . . . . : <. 37 2000 Grt =-" B*nd : Ei . 10
3200 Atlanta '..:.. ae 500 Jim" Butler "'" 73
1000 Atlanta- ..".... 35 1500 Jumbo Ex n *1 43
iSOO Belmont.*:V.2;l2'.i 2300. ..-:Do.,s 10..1.42U
IpOG Black r Ants :. * 05 2500 Jumbo Ex - ' 1 42 U
1000 Bl 'Bell, s I3j 200 Jumping Jack* 14
5500 Bine * Bull ...- I.VBOOO Ixni» Star :..'." 19
."iOO Blf rgl Nat. Bk 1611000 MacNamara . . V.*
800 Com Frac.l.TS'.ilieOO MacN'amara .. 32
300 Cpm Fraetlon.l.73 110 A Man Com ... f)3
4f>oo Cotnn^ Nation 0»:|200O Man Cowbor.. 03
2300 Coao? Nation 07j130«> Jlayflower Corr *<\
300 Cracker Jack. .:33000 Mayflower »>jo .7
I?MV> Daisy .l.W»i4ooi> .Do. t> Si>. .. "*
1«JO Daisy I.U2»i'2COO Mayue on
IWO Eagle's Nest.. 4yi V<n Mlihnj ,<a
35C0 Eagle's . Nest.. 42t sno> Midway js \
2fxV) Do. b 10... 4216000 MohwS C Less 14
200 Eagle's Nest.. 43! 500 Mohawk Ex .. ,>»
500 Eagle's Nest.. 41J* 30 Montana C.;o
2000 Empire .. 10' 300 >rontana 4 .'. aT
ICOO Esmeralda . .. JOiIOOO Mnstsas Anx. <il
300 Excel Mt C0p.1.4P SOO Oro .".....:... Irt
Ui>o Falrrw Eagle.l.23»VV> Oro IT '
6000 Falrvw Ha 1 1st 13 : 550 ft Red lIUls 40
3000 Falrvw Keyst 12! \M Red Hills 41
600 Florence Gld.3tt)Oj3ooo Red Top Ex.. 23
50 Frances Mhk.l.OOi 100 Round Mt 1.00
•VK> Gold Anchor.. 1011000 Sandstorm Ex. 04
i 300 Gold Crown .. t3!2«J>l St It#s .. ST,
1000 Gldfld Com .. 13'20C0 Sandstorm, s .1 41
I«X> Gld Con M.6.72 V.1300 SJlver Pick .. -IS
200 Do. b 10. ..«.7311000 Sun Dog '«•
1000 GU.Con M...6.73! 200 Ton Nr».55.10.«~
500 R Gld Ba rEs tuilOuO Tramp Con .. ;:t
30fK> Granny, b 30. £2! 1200 Tramp Con .'. S2
300 Great Bern! .. 4-tt 400 West End ..; :CH
1000 Do. »-10... 44! 1300 "Wonder C 3
100 Do. n 10. .. 4-"l -
Informal Session — 12:30 to 2 p. m.
1000 Adams ...... 11 SCO GM Con M...«?.r>3
2000 Amethyst 13 3«*> GM Con M.fi.ft7ii
3000 Atlanta ;nJi 100 Gld Con M.6.3U 1 ?
3000 Atlanta 37 i 500 Great Bend .. \u25a0#."\u25ba
100 Atlanta 40(1000 Great Bend .. -17
1000 Do. b 30... nSiIOOO Do. b9O *«»
1000 "Do. b 60... *>! ran Homestake K. mr>
2000 Atlanta ...:. SS!l38O Homestake K. J::
2<jOO Do. b !». .. 4l[looo Jark pot -*»
2500 Blue Bell . . . Vif -.VH> Jtm Batler . . ?•
4POO Blue Bull ... 2Sj 700 Jumbo Ex ..l^T^iX
2DOO Blue Bull ... 29: 100O Kendall 27
5000 Black Rock .. :>*t 100 Laguna l.sn
200 Columbia Mt. RS!l300 Man Comb .. <t
500 Columbia Mt. S7! 1300 Man Comb .'. <*2
1C»X) Columbia Mt. 3B!2floo Man Uttl* Joe 02
l«Kin Do. b 0«. . . 35X1500 Mayflower Ccn 2»
700 Com Fraction.!. 7.3;2CCO Mayflower Con 2J»
600 Com Fraction. l.so*iOCO Mayflower Con K«>
4000 Coamg - Nation CCiSOOO Mayflower Con JC
500 Cracker Jack. tsJsflflO Mayflower Con .TT
400 Daisy :i.n2^>.iMo Mayflower Cos 3.".
ItOO Daisy -.1.W 2000 Mayflower Cou :«
600 Daisy :. .I.'6'SOOO Do. b 3f> ;.1
500 Do. -b C 0... 1.1313000 Do. bSO ?.»
1000 Do. b50.1.r.7i4;2ti00 Mayflower Coa 'M
12<fO DaUy . I.QTHIIOOO MatNamars .. 33
1500 Dm B Btte C. 2211000 Mohwk C I>>a9 \u2666«
2000 Dm B Btte C. i^:t0"O Mtg Shew Ex. <H
IAOO Dnsdad Trngl. I^COOO MusUng Anx.. i<2
ZOO Dixie C6l SCO Nrrada Boy . . 0-1
2300 Eagle's Nest _ 421 100 Ne» GolddeM. 2<»
SCCO Eagle's Nest.. 41U00O N SUr Wonlr «t
1000 Eagle* Ne»t. 4312000 Nn«et ('*
1OT«O Fairrw Hailst l.ii2Of)rt Bed HIUs .... *l
8000 Fatrvw UaiUt 1214300 Red IIill« 41
300 Florence .. . J.3.»3!lOOO Do. b9O 4.\
2SPO Florence -t.oo; inno Re<t Hills 43
15<*> Floirnc» Ex.. 24! 1000 Red* Top Ex.. 24
lf>oo Florence Ex.. ?S!lOCO Sandstorm ... 42
2000 Granny, b 6a S3I 500 Sliver Pick .. 4"
ISOO Gld Con M...«.73i2300 Silver Pick .. 4(T
500 Gld Ccn M...«.«0iin00 St Ives .. ««
fiOO Gld Coo M.«.*C^!t.VlO Xt Ires «*
2900 GM Crvn M. . .*».R*»uVW» Valley Ti«w. . OT
2nno GM Con M.6.R7»4'wno Do. bon M
1W Do. b 3«>...T.M>:2«0n Tramp Coa .. 32
1300 GM Con M...6.oo'l<V*> Voltnre ...... jn
100 Do. s 30. ..S.X'IISCO 'VTest Ead .... CS
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
CALIFORNIA \u25a0
Btd.Asfc.l B!i*.A»ir.
Excel Mt Cop — 1.40;Hj,y5e94 il Co. — 60
Belmont ..... 2. iz'z*?* Midway Ki... 10 c^-
CaliforaU ... — Ex.... — ' m
Cashboy — OSiMantaaa 2.«'2ffl
Esperanza ... — Oil Mont Mfd Kx. 03 04
Enreka Ton... — lOjMon Pittsb E. — M
Golden AnchT W iftlNortlt Star 19 —
Gulden Crown. — o*s! Ohio Tonopaii. — 01
Gold Mountain 01 02tOnio Ton Ex. . — W
Great Western 01 fi2lP»ymast«r " . . . — Cl
Home — CS!Rescn» Cons... — 10-
Tndiann Ton.. — 02tTonopah Ex. . .1.50 J.*s
JIOI Butler... 74 75! Ton Gold West — 85
Little Too t.on — iTon uf N>t.lo.oA Xl.or»
M*cNamsra .. 32 33) West End 63 85
Midway SO S3| -
. G«?4n>M ; Pl«frVt
Ad^ms ...... 1« tSlGldfld Skylar*. — r>*
Atlanta 37 33;OoMfM Tombnr — 25
Band .\u25a0'. ' — WIGoTdM Trotter — C 5
Biack'Ants... 04 OS!Geldfld Union.. — 01
BB. Bonanza. P"> WiGrandira \l2 —
Bit Btjtte Ex. 06 07 Great B»nd. . . 47 4*
Brack Rock. . . «4 C 5 Great Bend Ex 1*» 11
Blue BelL 13 14 Gt B«nd Twins — 10
Blue Bull CT 2«!HJberaia m; ft 7
Brootlya . . . . — ft2lJnmb* Ex t. 47 1.30
Butt- Goldfld. 05 MlKalser Gold3d. P9 —
B«otb ... 3« ~37|KeD<lan 22 2«
C0D....... — 40|Kendall Ex... 02 03
Columbia . . . . 30 — (Lamina .. ... ..i.40 1.42
Columbia Mtn 35 39!I>ne SUr lt> 2n
Colam Mtß Ei — «4 Lot tnilon.... — Q*
Com Fraction. 1.77 l.*olMara* W <V*
Comreon-weaUh 23 23iMdni?t' Pa-^n*^' 05 o*
Oomlns Nation W O7lMint««n Frae. «4 (>3
Cenqoeror ... — lOJMoha-wk 13.0 ft —
Cr»cker Jack, t* lSlSIik-Cna Leas 0«l <r>
Daisy 1.07 l.lOtMottaWk Ex... 07 0?
naisy .Ex..... 01 <n\ Mohawk Jtmior — or
Desert Chief. 03 04lMoha<vx Ledje — 11
Dfld-B B Con. 22 23|N>vada- 8«y.. . 0$ 07
D3d Triangle. 1? 19 Nerada Goldfld — 23
Piiie 05 MS« Snnshta*.. — 4/*
Dominion 02 04 Of* IT l<*
Empire 10 l>|Porthonta» ... — 10
Ksmeralda ... — 10 PotUtch — 40
Fawn 02 —Red Hills 41 42
Florence 3.95 4.00 R«d Xion — 10
Florence Ex.. 3* 25lRed Top Ex.. 23 25
Franee«-Mhwk — °3| Sandstorm .... 4f> 41
G«n 'Wsansrton — 05 Sandstorm Ex. 04 0%
Gold Bar Gfld 4S — (Sndstnn WEj _ .04
Gold Bar Frac — lOJSllftr Pick 45 M-
Gfld American — 10 Silver. Pick Ex 03-^1-
Gfld Bull Dog 04 — i£lmmer<m« ... — 1?
Gfld Caramet. — OS Spearhead Gold — 43
Gldfld Con M. 6.90 6.93)Spearhd Frac. OS —
ftoMfld Comb. 13 ISISt Ives «4 6S
Goldfld Ethel. — 04^ St Ives Loss.. Oi —
Gldfld Eureka. — O7iSt«nn Klnsr. .. — 03
Gldfld Fissure — 05 Sun tmz 01 02
Gfld Mof N..t.25 —(Treasure OS —
Goldfld N Star — o«lVerde — Xt
Gfld Portland. — 19(V»rniil — - 13
Gfld Red Kin? — 07 Wond-r 02 03
Gfld L Strike. — OSfTelloir Rose... — 09
Gfld Kewanas. 43 50|Tell«>iT Ttger.. 13 —
.... Biillfmr District
Amethyst I* l«lHomestk King. « S3
B& BuUfrOK.. 01 OT!|r.ige Harris... 01 03
Bonnie Clare. — 33| Mayflower Con. 32 33
Blfnr Annex.. — 04! Montana Blfr?. 02 01
Ballfros . Ex. . 02 —Mt HUI Mines. — 10
Blfnr SI Co N — 11 Montgwnrr Mt — 10
Blfrs Natl Bfc 14 15 Mont-Shosh Ex OH —
Blfrg N SUr. 02 — INnßjtet- 04 —
Blfnr Sunset.. 04 03|OrUlnal Blfrsr. 04 OS
Blfrjf Victor.. 02 — (Pride Gold Mt — 04
Den Blfrg An. •02 04:steinway .; — or.
Gold .8ar.:... '43- — ITramp Cons. .. — 3^
Gold Bar Kt. — OR|V«Uey.Tlerr... — 10
Golden Scepter — 09|White 'Wster. . — (*2
Hap Hooligan. — 04! Yankee GlxJ.. . — 04
Manhattan' District
April Fool Ex 01 02|Man Humbnldt — -OS
Atlan & Pac. 01 OCIMan Little Joe 02 OS
Comet ..-...". 01 O2tMan MCo Ncr OS 07
Gold TVed?re.. -^- 10} Man Red Top. — m
Granny G M. 20 22 Man Russ. — 02
Hlndocrsft 03 04 Man Syndicate — 03
Indian Camp. M —[Man United... IS > —
Jumping Jack. — it.Mnn Verde.... — 03
Little Grey... 10. —(Mineral Hi 11... — 13
Man Belmont. — * O'-'iMiKtini Man.. — TS
Man Bl norse — 07IMustaoz : Anx.v 01 02
Msn Bn>neho. — 05 Musrans Ex. ., 04 0.",
Man Buffalo.. — 03!Ortsrt»arMan»> «VS OS
Man Cons — 40|P1ne Nut '. ' <>*- 07
Man Con Ex.. 08 — Sejler Hmphry 04 05
Man Comb.... — 02: Stray. D0g.. ... 10 —
Man Cowboy.. 03 04|Ta<)utma Cop.. — ns
Man Dexter. . -08 tOiThanksslvtnz. . — *55
Man Gold Nnz — otlWbal» -, 08
Man Ivanhoe. 25 — |Tello-w Horse.. — 04^
Other , Dlsiricti *»
Alice of Won. — 04**f" Star Wonder 03 ot j
Blue Jay Won — 14fPittsb S PMk.1.35 1.40
Drmdry Hump — 40|Reesii» Rhr Gold — 15'
Eagle* Nest.. 13 — | Reese Rlv GS. — 10
Falrvw Aztec — 27 Ronnd Mt. 95 I.W
Ftw G BouJdr 1» 22 RMt Blue Jkt —« 13
Fvw Hailstone 12. t3 Ruby Wonder. — 2TJ
Falrrw Kaurle.l .2t> 1.25 Selby Consol. . — SO
Fr»w S Klntr. — 13(T Cotter Mines — 12
Goldyke Reef .. 09 lllToano-Frisco .. — * O.V
Johnnie Cons. — 15 Vultnre-. — '\u25a0 lf>
Mfnaa Pedrax.l.3o — Walker L Hia. — I<>
Nevada : Hills. — 5.00 Wndrlnd MC» — 1<»
Nev HIUs Anx — . 13 Won Gold Rock — 13
Nev Wonder.. 05. — f i-.', \u25a0
\u25a0 ' San Fraacl.Hoo KTChansce
".. 3:15 a. m. Regular Session
No sales. \u25a0 .-.- \u25a0 • ,- •
~; ll:S0 a. m. . Regular - Session
1000 May flovrer ... 3ni3<v>o Little Joe ... ,M
40W Blue Bull ... 2>icjflOO Mnstanj Ex .*.. »>i
1000 Jumbo »Ejt..l.42Hl 300 GW C«m it.:. «.*>&
H>.ooo Lo»»»SUr... IUJOOO Kendall 22
2COO Red Ex. 23!130i1 Daisy l.'C I ',
2000 RetX^Top Ex. 22f..Y*> Com Fract10n..1.7.%
lOfio Sandstorm ... 4111000 Mayflower. «10 T,l
WO Sandstorm ... 40!3flO»> Re«l Top Ex. . 23
1000 Mon Pittsbun: ofi'2ot>l Red Top Ex. .
lOOrt 815. Bnllfrcg.: tJ3i2OW Pine Nut .... €7
2060 Mayflower :_r. .301 _
No sales 2P " m ' : tOa
* ° * ac8 ' CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Tonopah District
"Bid.Ask.l .. , Bid.Asb.
California:^-:. .04 — [Midway 73 —
J. G. WILSON
Stocks and Bonds
Meaner Stock and Band Exchanrv.- 43S Ot:.'-
rornia'st. Phoa« v Temporary ;515.""
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