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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
TRADERS PICK UP
SOME EASY MONEY
Wall Street Dealers Bid; Up
Prices Without Being Forced
to Accept Much Stock
Big Inside interests Are Await
ing- Developments and Stand
Pat in the Meanwhile
JV*-- York Stock _Ut ,\
B. F. Button — Co., 4»0 California streefe,
taembers of the New York stock exchange, i.fuxr
alsb the foUowi&g list of bond and stock sales..
yesterday: '. : ' \u25a0\u25a0';.!.':.;
Salet j STOCKS I High | Low ] Bid VAWk:
', jAlliß-C-almers ..1. 1 12 1,1- Vi"
r I Do pfd 41%] 42
15,200 A__t« Copper ™ 78 76% 77% .««!»
2,7U>jAmer Beet Sn^ar 40 39 39 38%
\u25ba J.Do pfd 81 »4 ...
1.700 Amer Ca_ Co _. 12% 11% 12}; 129»
400J- Do. pfd '...... Tl% .77 77 -77%
MOO 1 -- Car _ Fdy- «3t» 63% 63% :63!, i
» Do pti 116 117 V
©00-rner Cot OU .. 65% 65 65% 66 -
» Do pfd 101 107 ..,
Ajn Hid* _ L, B ?ric_T
i. Do pfd 2-"% 34
¥ A_ex Ice Secnr 23 23%
*. ...*.. Amer Linseed I+% iR4
200 Do pfd ...... 38 S9 i!B% 89%
100 Amer Locomotiv* 61% 51% 51^4 51%
— Do pfd - 11l 112
». Amer Malt 7 . S
200 Do pfd 44 43% 42 45
12,600 Amer & _ Kf« Oo 84 S3T, 63% 53%
1,3001 Do pfd 107% 107V4 107J-4 107%
l^OOjAmer Sngar 127 125 . 12tJ%(127
,• '». I Do pfd 121% 124
SOOjAjßer Steel Fdys 62% 62 62% 63%
I _,SoOiA_iex _ _ T Co. 141 % 140% 140% 141
SOOjAiner Tob pfd .. 84% 94>« »1 95 ,
fOO Amet Woolen ... 37% 37V* 37"4 37%t
+. Do pfd 101% 102%'
2,100 Anacond* sO>-4| 49% SO",* 50%J
SOO Ariaatlc C Line 131%J131i-s 131Va|132
6,5*00 A T _ Santa Fe. 116%|115% 116%!116J4
400 Do pfd 103%i103% 103%|103%
1,200 Bait _ Ohio ... 112% HIT, 112% 112%
• J Do pfd 1 81% 93
» JBetolelsem Steel 30% 30%
, \ Do pfd 59% 61:
4,400 B E T 76% 75** 75% 76
200 C«_a__a Pacific ISO 179% 179% 179%
6,600, C *.O- 84% g3% &4U 54%
SOOjC A A 59 63 55% 59
SOOiC _ G W 31%f31% Sl*4 31%
SDO| Do pfd 58%| 5S">4 6S*.* 55%
2.700iC & N W j157%j156% 156% 137%
\u25a0 • , -,SC4,C M-St P j145% 144% 145% 145^
„. 1 Do pfd .; 161 161%
7.400!Cen Leather ... 44>4 iZ'y, 44% 44*4
. 20>5t. Do pfd 10S 10S 10S lOS^i
p. |Central of N J 290 300
....... iCbicago Ter 1 4 4%
p\ -. TDo pfd... ..J 10 10%
200;OCC _ St L... 71 71 70>4 71
«. j Do pfd........ ..109 110
S00; Colo Fuel & Iron. 40 v 39% 40% 40%
.......( .Do pfd 116.
i.. jCol ;Hock C- 1 17 18%
i -.'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 SOO;Colo Southera 64 64 63% «4 .1
; Do Ist pfd 81. 52% i
• I Do 2d pfd. : 79 Sl-.l
- ' 1.500 ConeolWs ted Gas. 14«% 145J-4 146 146%
c • l.OOOjCorn- Products.... IS% lSi» .18% 19.,
.- : ...... A Do pfd \u25a0 82 «* 1
• \u25a0-:< loO.Del _ Hudson--. 175 175 . 174% l?s*i
'. * -JDL&W... _. ,590 «10
• '- 1,500,0 &. X G........ 40«4l -40% 40% 40%
"-.«...... ; Dopfd.. 1., 7£% W.
\u25a0;.» : ; . 900 Distilling Sees... 32T» S2 32. 32^
.-. iDulnth S S _ A. .: .;.. 15»4 16%
•° • f .Do -ptA.. ..; 27% SS.%
','•\u25a0. 1,300 Erie '..;...\u25a0 30\i 36 30 30%
\u0084C: \u25a0 1001 Do let pfd 47% 4t*i 47i« 47-S;
.... \u0084..V..J Do._d pfd.. 36 38 \
gOO.General Electric. 155% 155: 154% 155
l.lOOjGrt- Xprthern Ore 70Vt <5»% 70 \u25a0 70%
'\u25a0\u25a0I - 3,SOQ,Grt-. Northern pfd 137 - 137*. 137V4 137%
\u25a0j * I<X< Illinois Central... 142% 142% 142; ; 143
'j : ° 3,.W. ( liit€Tbbrw- Metro .. 22% 22 22% 22V4
.• ' 2.7C0 'Do . pfd.". . J 55', \u25a0 5514 55 • . 55*| ,
' : • . 200,lBtern«ttial Paper 13"* 13a, 13% \u25a0\u25a0 14 •
..'i..—J-ilnternai_a4 Pomp 4S ' -4SV4
• • J -Do pfd^-....'. 86. • SJ*>
- SOCPlpwa: Central.:... 22% 23% 23 . 23*4
. -1,i500I T Db.j>fd,-.: 42%; 41% 42% . 42-*
. 100 X C&)uthern.... 55%-35% 38-' SSV*
; ; - D0jpfd;.. ...:.. 69% .70 \u25a0..
;„;...... Lake.Erle & W \u25a0.. 22%- 24.
. ....;..' D0' pfd.. :..... 60^ 62 '
• 12,800 L. _ X:.'.. 153% 152 152% 153'
\u25a0 \u25a0 ;......|Ma-c6«y- .'..;„ S9. 91V.
. - -200- Dopfd... : 76% 76 : 76*j 70*^
\u2666,500lManh-ttan ..;... 137 136% 136 IST"- -"
'Metro St Ey 1514 18
. \u25a0• 4.9oo'Mexic_n Central.. 28% 28U 25% 2S«*i
400,"M.1n_-4:.St'L 44 43% 43% «V
:...•- Do. lst pti..~.*l 72: 83
l" \u25a0• »00 M Si:P _.S S MWI44 143% 143% 144 ' .
•..»'.- I DA pf d .-. 154*4 155 ;
'- .:. .<-ft*o'Mo Xii & Tex... 43% 42% 43A4 '43%.
m .5.::.l D^pfd.. 71JJ 73ii
, - .'lOOMiKeotir' 71>4 71« 71% -7-1%
SdO Nattoijal , Xead.. . 52% 82V» 82% 83 \u25a0 :
• •\u25a0*. Do-P-fd- -.».-. •\u25a0 108 ; lift
\u25a0>..;.,. NatiOinaK Blsctjlt. .: 106" 111 '
»...-'.. .-Dopfd'.^.'..-.... -.... . 124---'
..:.... N r-V Air Brake 76 . .80
'•" -4,000 N Y\C*ntfaJ. \u25a0..'.. X23H 121*4 122% 123 •
,< 400 NT.C* St L... 61% 60 . 69 \u25a0 6IK
'. Vi Do lstpfd.. \u25a0 100; 118.
.1..... t>o-_3 pfd. 67 -J>2
• ' N.IJi H.& Hart 159% 160.
• :_T»X V Gnt _ W... 45* 451* 45% 40
iJJOOINori JJOOINorf oik. _. West.. 101 100*4 100% 101 '
' • ». .'..:..] DO-pfd I. 88 • 92 \u25a0
--/'• J 800 North American. 80 79 79% St
\u25a0 _,400 v Nortb*r_ P«d_c. 136% 130% 13ft " 136%
>.."v...10__1?»'.;-..: • ....157 162 •
• ...U-,| -'Do pfd , .160 170 '•
- ." \u2666:.-.;.. Paclflc : eoest; .-.. .:... 109 . 114 ..
. . 200 Pacific .'_>_\u25a0-:.:. 31. 31 3i:. fii%
..,. P_e Tel & Tel :... 35% 40'
• •"».,.•.;. Dopfd :....;... S5 lfll" •
2S^ooPenn. B B Co 135% 134% 135- i3s^
700 People** Ga« { ...-. UO'k 110% 111% 111%
.2,300 Pi ttsßnrjr. C0a1... -22% 21- 22*4 2_%
.-\u25a0 v »00 IDo.pfd ..."..... 75% 7.4%- 75% 76 •
' , 800 P CC A- 8t_.... 102% 102% 102- \u25a0 102%
\u25a0 ".400 Do pfd -.-..».. .'. 116 114% 114 115
• : - :400 Pressed Steel Car 43M 42% 43 43V4
\u25a0.",:-*.•... Do pfd ../.: 101% 102 \u25a0
. :\u25a0 .20DEy Steel-Sp.B Co 42V* *2 42% 42%
• *V.-.. .v JX> pfd ...102. 107
•"• .TfceOO Re__ar. ...V._. 168 V4 169% 166% 167 • "
• ».V.i;. .Do.Jit.pfd.i 89 STI-
. v;.iv». • Db3d pf— 103 106
y"i\ 1,000 EepubUc S -* I.; 39*4 -39 -89 -3».%
\u25a0 20p Do' pf d• i 101 % 101 % 101 % 102
- \u25a0"600,Roc_. (slai>d Co.. 49% 4%% 4»V4 49%
' f; ; WOO. :Do pfd ..... ...86% 85% S5Vi : 85%
' .»„ Sloes SS&. I Cot 77- 78.
\u25a0 \u25a0.;..:.. Dopfd .i.,., i ..„.. lie .us
>i.i-.-. EL4SF Irt-pfd ; ;.. 68% 70- •
•'.;• : 600 1t0 : _pM.. ; ... 'fiO. 49% 49% 50
V".---" St-L&.S W .= . 29V4 29%
300 Do pM'i. ..1... 73 72% 73* 73ii
8,900 Soutbern.-Pact_c.. 126% 1_5% 126% 126 T %
' . . 1,600 Sotftherß. Eallway _»i 4 28% 29* 29K
: 600 JD6 pfd.'.. C 5% 63 65% 6(J
»...\u25a0-.. Term Copper- 53% 34
: iOOTexa* Pastflc .. 30% 3* SO 30*4
• 2,000 TWxd • Avenge .. 0% 7% 8° 'B*4
200 Toledo" St _ _ W 43% 43.% 43J4 43*1
600 Do" -pfd 66% 66^ 66^ 68i£
»...-... Txrtfltnty B T 113% 114%
. ....... Cn B=f._ Paper 9% 11
p....... Dopfd ;.-.- 70 73
52.000 Union Paci_e ... IS«% 184% ISO iyj'i
800 Do pfd .."..\u25a0.-•. 06% $)•.\u2666% W 99K
, Un Ed*, of S F '.. 37 37%
SOOi Do -pfd ........ 67 67 67 67%
100 US Cast DJ-oa P 26 28 25 26
• ».^.v.. Do prd ..: 77 78
o ' 700 U S Bobber 45% 45 44% 45%
400 Do l«t pfd ':... 115% 115 114 " 115
154.700U S Steel Cor .. SB% 81 Vi S3 . 83U
2.000 Do rM ... 12<J% 120 120% 120%
2.100 Ctah Copper .... 60 4914 50 50%
5,200 Va Car Chem 00. 36 55% 55% M%
(...*... Dopfd. 123' 124%
-700Wabash 21% 21% 21% 21%
2.500 Do pfd 47% 46% 47J/1 47V
*„.-;.... Wells Farco Ex :.. IP6 174'
200 Western Union . . 76% 76 75% 76%
§200 We*tingbou*tf! ... 71 71. 71 4 71 14
' ....... W_ L E... k 5% 5*4
Do Ist pfd ; 11? 12"*
• Do "d pfd \u0084.! 5% e%
°, ....."... Wlscon^n Central ) so 51;
, 00,800— total shares aold.
; JVevr York Bo ads
0 U S-ref 28 re*-'-.-10iV4 Int Met 4%s *Vi
Do. coopon ... .103*4 Int. Mor Mar 4%b 69
Do* 3s reg '.102% Japan 4s ...:.... 92
Do coupon ....102% Do 4%» 55%
• .Do 4s rep 114% Kan City So lgt 3s 73%
Do. coupon 114% L ghor deb 4i«,1931 93%
AUis-Cfaal l«=t 5«. 82-1 L _ X. unified 45.. BS%
Amer Apricul .&8.102% M. X _ Tex Ist 4s 83
Amer T_T cv 4s.JMK Do'cn 4%s ...;83%
Amer Tob 4s : '82 Mo Pacific 4*..... 80%
Do 6s ........105% Do cv 5s etfs.. 95%
Armoar 4%s 82% N B of Mcx 4%5. 95%
Atch jren 4s 100% N V C gen 3%g.. 90V4
Do cr 4s 11«% Do deb 4s .'..:. 85%
- Do ct 5* 117% XY.XH AH <-v 65.134%
Atlaa C L Ist 4-). t>6*4 Xor _ W Ist con4s M%
Bait & Ohio 4s . 9»% Do ct 4s ......J03%
Do 3%s ...• 82% Xor Pacific' 4*.... 101 U
Do 6 W 3V45.. 00% -Do 3e ...... -74 .-j
Brooklyn Tr «— 4s 84 OS Line rfdc 4«. 84% ;
Central of Ga 65.H)8% Pa ct.3%s, 191_.»97.
Cent Leather Ks. .100*4 Pa con 4s .. . .- l<USi
CBRot XJ tn 55.124% Readinß ge n 4g... fi9T4
Cbee _ Ohio 4%5.103V6 Xt L « S F If 4V. MU
Do ref fts .....105 Do 5s ..... 89>4
' Chi; _Alton 3%«.73% §t L S W con 4s. 78W
CB _ Q Joint 4s 86% Do Ist gold 45..'J)32
-Do sen 4s ; 99% Seaboard AL 45.. 82%
C,M_ StP gn 3%s 87: So Pacific col 45.. 03%
C.RI- Pac.col 4s 81 Do cv 4s 102%
Dorefdu 45.... fliVl Do Ist ref 45.. 95%
Colo 1ndu5. 56.... 79% So Railway 5s 108%
Colo Midland 45.". 78*4 , Do -gen 4s 77%
CM So rixzt 4%5. 99 Union Pacific 4s. .101%
Del _ Had ct •48.100% Do ct 4s .. 109%
Den A Bio G 4&..95: Do Ist _ ref- 4s. 87%
Do ref Cs ..... JH US Rubber 65... 103U
. X>___ers 5s ..... 73" U S 'Steel ;2d 5».;i05%
LIGHT OFFERIINOS
liN STOCK MARKET
NEW yolilv, - March. I.—Favor
able lnfereaces might lie drawn of
the confidence- felt by holders of
stocks f roiii the scanty offerings .
to sell in the market " today. It.
was thi? iightness of ' the supply -
.of stocks which made' it easy: for
the professional traders to bid up
prices 'without ' being; \u25a0 obliged to.
accepf.any great, amount o.f. stock. "•
Tije ' news "bearing- .on ' Security, ',
' values did not seem- to . be . co«sld- I
ered of. sufficient- importance; to ;
prompt any large shifting of po-.;
sition in the- market oh .the part •
of the more .substantial . inside !
interests.. . ; Trie attifudepf. wait- !
ing was -maintained- on.^-their part. '
The . abs4ence »6n winter vacations ;
of .many persons accepted. as. lead- ;
ers pf authorlt'jf in finance arid in '
market jmovem-ents fs-.a;. feature of
-.the position: ;"'.'"• : \u25a0.":;•...-. .'\u25a0 '.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. .
.; The aijaual .repd.ri- of .the Perm- ; ;
ceyiyia-rria i.ralljrciadi^ ." •..*«S-_" |' .studied •;
"wilii\:;:trie, \u25a0 itisutal' : : ; iiiti*e'?i<' -'. .--Tlie._ '
..priafliable "=*'• :re.6ttits.'r : of v = th& ' .y ;ear?s'_ '.
bvislnfSs^.Jtad jiiflueh.ee-in'|su«
undertOtie.: Ijot -^ the : day;'s' • Tnarket^'-
Xqtv brijy; ." past : result's '.^cpfaed, \u25a0
;buV .. ttie:> jglans . \ 6\i tlihe'd: ' if or -pro--. !
digipiis ifurtlierJoutiay fi>r addl- !
tlphs ; «ijdl: improvements qontrib- : ',;
:U;ted. ; .tQ.. ; this ; effect; .•.:.\u25a0-• .. - : . -\u25a0\u25a0".' \u2666'
;--".-The; --".-The jhcrieatsLng: ..nuinber.:of r.bo'nd ."•!
ipsutjs sqjd to. lb. ankers is fut-th'er (
. testlmbny -;of the unimpaired de- '
iermfnatiot!! of the. sreat' railroad
corporatipris .to proceed with the i
work of building up their systems, i
While -encouragement is- felt at \
this evidence of progress in neces- .'_
sary financing, it does not escape ]
-comment that the rate of return .!
on': these :n«rw : bond issyes and the 1
price :at which they are placed \\
argues the compulsion borrowers ;
are under ; to^ offer, mpre. than j
usually attracting terms in order <
to enlist new capital. '
The extra dividend disbursement !
by the Lake Shore was taken to ;
show the desire of 'the! -parent \\
New York Central' to", enlist. \*Sj,<
large resources a» possible, from"!
its subsidiary companies^ for 'car- !
rying •' on its e.xfensive^ improve- ,;
ment work. On theTotheWhatid,' ,;
the reduced dividend "of the' Chi-f
cago. Rock .-' Island a fed '"• Pacific.'- 1
Railway company dajrf/fened'- the ',
hopes of- the, "preferred -stock" I .]
holders of \u25a0 the ; -Rock Island >'com-" ;
pany for sharing in distributedi-i
profits. . 'v--^'..;' ": : \u25a0">*!'-\u25a0\u25a0'.'""':' •'
Assertions; of . damagß "•• to, .the-!
wint«r .wheat .crop caijie to" hand, -J
but' were. . received with- reserve _. ;
tnd with allowance for the prey- •\u25a0
alepce ipfsu'eh -reports at this sea- !
soil -or .the .year. \u25a0 . The financial. !
distrfct. ;keeps an anxious' eye also \
on- the.-. labor situation. .' ; :\;
-\u25a0*-""Th<& -.mqhe.y '-market .-was undis- >
t'jrbed.. by- 'th;e- March ' require- : !
hie"nts."-;. :• . —..'\u25a0''\u25a0 /• -,:• \u25a0:';;;. . !
;'. Bonds- -were irregular. Total.!
salesj ptlt Value.. $2,871,000. -;
- -Uhlted. '-{States, bonds were. : un- ;
changed on call. .•. . • '..'•'• ;"-- ;;-^; ;-^ ? '
Erie .prior -.Hen 4s. Ss%hVa .Car Chem tis.. 95%
Do gen ;4s '. . . .-. 75Vi VVabtsh Ist 5s 111
-Do cv 4«, ser A"BQ \u25a0\u25a0 Do Ist & ext 4s. 73' i
:•-\u25a0_» cv 4s.' ser B 71% Western Md 45... 85%
Gen Elect- c» 55.. 143 Westing El cv ss. 92%
111 Cen l«t ref 4s 99% Wts Central 45... 94%
." Sfi'iv York Minine Stocks '
Alice i..-'! ' 1-95 I^idville Con * 00.
Brunswick' Cot - ! - 03 Little Chief »06
Corn -Tun : Stock.. 29 Mexican 2.10
Cam Tun Bonds;. 18 Ontario 2.62
Con V« Mm Co.. 1.85 Ophir 2.25
Horn SUver • 65 Standard 60
Iron SiPer ...... I.6s|Yellow Jacket .... 1.30
. .\ew York Curb Stocks 1
: . '".'' . Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Amef Tob -.410 412 ' Nfpissing 10% 10*4
Bay State G. % % San Toy ....32 38'
Boiton Con.. 17% 17% Standard Mm 16 lft
Brit Col Cop. 6% 7 \u25a0 Do pfd ... 65 58
Ste Coalition 24 25. Standard 011.617 620
Chi Subway. 3% 3% Super & Pitts_l3% 14
Cum Ely ... 6% 7% Trl Bullion.. .Ml IV4
Oavjs Daly.. 3% 3% Ton Exten . .^ssc 75c
Dolores- ..:..' 6% 7 United Coppr. 6% 7
Dpin Copper. 2c .Cc Do pfd ... 15. -30
El Rayo ... _% 2% United R Co. 15 18
First »N. Cop. 4% "4% Yukon Gld.4 5-16 4 7-16
Girotfx ..... »% 9% Ray Central.. 3 5-16 3%
Gld Cons ... 7% ,~-l Ray Con ... 21% 21%
Gid Daisy .: «5% *7% Ohio 3 15-10 4 1-16
Gld Florence. 2% 2*4 Braden 4% 4%
Greene, Can.. 10% 10% Ely Cent ... 1% 1 9-16
Gu_ Express.2oo 225 Chino 14% 14T6
Kerr I_ke' .. 9 1-lb^Vi Colo Merger.. 80 . 85
J^a" Rose. -.-.. 4% Iron Blossom. 87 \u25a0-: 90
Miami 23% 24 Inspiration .< K% BB<i8 B <i
Mines of. Am 4S 50 Gila 8 SY*
Montg Sho. .. % 1 Ely Con ....'.% 15-16
Nev Con ... 22% 22%! Union Copper. 1% 2
Ncr UUh .; 1."4 1 5-lßiCon Ariz . ...2% 2 13-16
\u25a0 '\u25a0'.:'.; ' Boston Copper , Stocks ' •
BOSTON; March I. — The mark et today had
the aspect of summer dullness. .The volume of
business . was very light, with \u25a0 long intervals
Between \u25a0 the Quotations. The undertone was
firm, however, with sentiment decidedly bullish.
It- Is good opinion that when activity sets in
U -will not be at the expense of prices.
. ' NEW YORK, March ll— The good coppers
showed slight gains from ~ the opening prices
until about 1 o'clock, when a slight recession
took place.' JJn the decline the market was"\ery
quiet and showed a stroug undertone. Consoli
dated Arizona was very active aud strong on
manipulation^ \u25a0 We are Informed that the cop
per' report of March 11 will be very favorable to.
hlccer prices for copper shares.
Dividend of $1 on Calumet and Arizona cop
per, payable March 21; books close March 4.
• Fifty cents dividend on North Butte.
The following li« is furnished by E. F. Hut
toa _ Co., 490 California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Auk. . Bid. ABk.
Adventure .. 7% 8 North Lake... 16% 17
•Alloue* 56% 57% Old Dominion 1 46% — .
Ariz'Coml .. 39% 40 Osceola :147 149
Atlantic BV4 9% Ojibway ....: 9 10
Bte Coalition 24 *4 24% Parrot :20 20%
. Cal &- Ariz.. 72 73 Qulncy "....:. 86 87
Cal & Hecla.632* — Shannon ..... 14% 15
Centennial .. 26 27 . Super &-Bost 12% 12%
Coppr Range 76 77 Super Copper.- S"S 57%
D»ly West.. 8"- 9 Tamarack ... — 74
East Butte.. 9% 10 Trinity ...... •8% 9
Franklin .... 19 »4 20 Utah Con. : 32 32%
Granby V W 89 Wolverine ...142 144
Hancock .... 26% 27% Wyandotte .. 2% 2%
Helvetia 3% 4 Ariz _'Mlch.--— > 72
Lake Copper. 74% 75 Abmeek .... .200 215 '
La Salle ... 17% 17% Cbemung 12% 13
Mass Con .. 6% 7 |("aetus 4 15-16 5 1-16
Mich Mm ..6% 7 Live Oak ... 19« i 19%
Mohawk 64"-i 64% Mason Val ..113-16 1%
Newhouse ... 2% 3 San Antonio.. 8"i 8%
North, Bntte. 37 • S7>4 Yuma ....... ly,, \i&
London CloNlne; Stocks
Cons for money.Bl 5-16 Louiftv &. NaFh.. ' 157 .
• Do for -fLCct.... 81% M, X & Texas..!! 44%
Amal Copper .... 79W, NY -Central.. --...125 "
Anaconda 10<i Norfolk & West. ..103 ••
Atchison ......... 11S% Do'.prd ..:..'... 92
Do pfd ..'.107. Out- & Western... 46 Vi
Bait & Ohio 115, Pennsylvania ... 6R*i
Can Pacific ....:184 Rand Mines . 9
Chen _ 0hi0..... 86ji Reading ......."\ 85%'
Chi Great West . . 32% So Railway .... •>oiS
Chi, Mil & St P.HStr, Do pfd ...... ...«7i!
De Beers 18% So Pacific ..... ...120%
Den & Rio G. v . 41% Unioa Pacific ... .190%
\u25a0' Do pfd ........ S_ Do pfd ..... 10°
Erie ............. 30% U S Steel. .:.; .;;-.84
Do Ist pfd:.... 38% Do pfd ..*•;.. .',123%
Do 2d pfd ..... 37% Wabash '\u25a0....\u25a0.\u25a0.>» "v-_2i_
Grand Trunk .... 25 Do pfd . .-J. . ; . -48
111 Central .......145% Spanish 4s ;>..... 95x4
. Bar. silver — Quiet: '-~ 3-16 d per vunce.
Money — 1%-per cent. /
- The rate of discount in . the open market \u25a0 for
short bills Is. 2 5-l«ft£2si per cent and for three
months' bills' 2% per cent. ;\u25a0 •
Treasury Slateincnt '
WASHINGTON.- March I.— The condition if
the treasury, nt . the beginning of business today
wan as follows: .".*.>-..\u25a0 '• --. -\u25a0 ,- - : \u25a0 \u25a0 . . - . \u25a0
- 'l*rust- funds—Gold' coin.' $558,472,560; silTer
dollarfi, $ 4 55. 775,000; -• silver - dollars ,of . I*9o
$3,550,000; silrer certificates outstanding, r$4S5 -
775,000.-, ' •\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 - ' -' .-." \u25a0,
: General fund— Standard silver dollsrs,^ $5,550,
374;? current* liahlllti*»R. ;. $98,2:10.336: r-f working
balance In ; treasury offices,' $21,002,744; in banks
to credit of treasurer.. of the United- States,
$36,142.548:,' subsidiary igilrrr «»In.-. $21,353.005:
minor coin. $1,102,280; total balance In general
fund, $80,571,813. : : :\V' ; - y-. ; .:.--.: .:..t;..;. \u25a0,-„•\u25a0:-
'/ Xew York Money, aiarket,- .
I• ' NEW YORK, ] March' ) .—Money; on 'call easy,
[email protected] .- per - ; cent; ,-rullus rate, 2% ; closing ':\u25a0 bid;
2f offered; at 2. \u25a0 \u25a0 ' • ' '•;.•-',.
Time loans, toft and fairly" active; 60 days
THE SAN FRANCISCO. (?ALL\ MARCH 2, 1910.
Yesterday Bond Coupon Pay Day
Spring Valley Water Stock Rises
and 00 days, ."Ji^'percent; 6 months. '3%."; - :
Prime -mercantile pappr. s4i<a(££3 per cent. '.-..,-'
"Sterling exchange steady, with actual business
in bankers' bills at, [email protected]» for 60 Oay
bills . and $4.8715 .for demand. •- : -'.;
• Commprci'al Jiills. $4.54*riQ4.54%.- .",'
/ Bar; silver. 50Kc. i - - .
Mexican . dollars. 41c. . •
, Government bonds, steady ; • railroad \u25a0 bonds, ir
regular. ' • - .
\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 • -'. " '• *» ' • " \u25a0 -\u25a0
: •'•\u25a0 -. \u25a0' Northern Business ': :.-.'\u25a0•'\u25a0 .\'\
' PORTLAND. March ili-^Clearings, $i;405,04R;
balances. $171,877. -••'\u0084"\u25a0;> > ....
TACOMA. March I.— Clearings, $910,123; bal
ances. $63,282. 1 \u25a0 :\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 •
SEATTLE, March 1.-^Clearings. $1,506,390;
balances, $215,682. . ' . .
SPOKANE; March 1.-^Clearings, $743 234; bal
ances,^ $103,109. / -
I.onn«, Kv.-haiiKe and "Silver .
Hongkong exchange Is lower .and
higher.; Silver, is lower. .. - \u25a0'' ? '
Prline mercantile paper. .'.'..'.;.V.'5®6. per -.cent
Loans on real e5tate. ........ ...5% (.a 8 per cent
St<T*lng exchange, 60" days; :—@4.Rs*s: — @4.Rs*s
Sterling exchange, sight. .: — @4.8(T6; .
Sterling exchange, cables.'...... — @4.58% •
Xew "york : exchange," sight.. . . . . r^-& . 12% -,
Ne'sv;- York exchange, telegraphic. :^[email protected] 15
ITongkobg exchange, - sight •'-—<§! 42>4 \u0084 \u25a0
Hongkong, exchange,: telegraphic. — @ : 42% -\u25a0 j
Stiver, ' per ' ounce. .: — © r>o"4
Mexican dollars, n0mina1. . ... . . . — @ .- 50 >;. i :. .
- ;. COXTIXENTAL . •*--
New York on Paris... M*Ws
Xew. York on Mexico. 201 %
Paris on L0nd0n. . ...;........, ".. .25.17
Berlin on London. .20.45
STOCK MARKET
' Spring \*alley water^was the center of atten
tion-among; the local securities yesterday and
sold " from . $46 up to $47 under numerous small
j sales. - Associated oil. was also higher at $47.
People's .wafer 5 per ceut bonds were lower at
567. There were sales' of Fireman's Fund Insur
ance at $262.30(g.263 and Mercantile trust at
$237. -. :. r. \u25a0\u25a0 ,: . \u25a0 .'•':\u25a0.: - '
The following bonds were ex coupon: Bay
Counties power 5 per cent. $2.50: Cal. G. ?nd
El. G. \u25a0 M. and C. T. ss, $2.50; Edison Eire, of
L. A. ss. $2.50; Ferries and Cliff House 6s, $3;
L. A. Gas and Elec. . Corp. \u25a0 ss, $2.50; L. . A.-
Pac. Ri R.. of. Cal. ss, $2.50; Market St. Ry.
Ist con. '58. $2.50; Pac. Gas Improvement 4s,
- $1; Powell St. Railway 6s, $3.
The Comstocks developed considerable irregu
larity, some belog still higher, others lower. *nd
others unchanged. • Ophir ' sold up to $2.47. but
fell back to $2.35 at the close. Con. Virginia
was a few cents higher at $2.05. Mexican ad
\u25a0 vanced to ?2. 15. Trading in. these stocks was
nothing extra. " . .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.: - ;
Southern Xevadas were dull. Florence gained
• 5c on the day at $2.37, and Goldtield Con. lost
E%c at the closing .quotation, of $7.62%. Tono
pah of Xevada was also lower. at $0.50, against
. Monday's closing quotation" of $6.90.
\u25a0 The regular annual rneetißg ;of the stock
holders of the Florence mining company, was
held In- Goldfleld yesterday.
';' The Overman mining company has levied an
assessment of 10c per share.
- The bullion report of the Combination Fraction
mining company for the quarter ending Decem
ber 31 is ' as follows: . Number of tons of ore
worked, 2.878: gross. yield. $44,139; expense of
mining, $19,557; transportation, $908;- milling,
$20,220; deficit. $2,547. • ; \
S.- H. Brady, who resigned from the superin
tendency of the Tonopab-Belmont mine several
months ago, has been appointed general manager
«f the West* End Consolidated mine in the same
district. • .
The Republic oil company of Cealingahas ap
plied to be listed on \u25a0 the California stock and
oil exchange. •
The total disbursement of the Goldfleld Con
solidated mines .company -on recently declared
dividends, which are payalile ApFil 30, will be
$1,794,424, based upon the 3.555,84S shares of
stock issued by the company. The regular quar
terly' : dividend of 30c per share amounts to
$i;07t".654, and the extra 20c dividend to
$717,769. . .
The following oil stocks were ex dividend
yesterday: Euclid, lc; Illinois Crude, lc; Sec
tion 25, 25c. -' \u25a0 ...'. . J-Hiigj'JßH '
The Giant powder company consolidated has
declared a ; regular monthly dlvfdend of 50c per
share, payable March 10. \u25a0•
The stock of the California wine association
*" has been restored to the regular ' list.- and Is
quoted , below. The common and preferred stocks,
of the i E.- I. Dupont de Xoumours powder cony
pany have been added to the regular list, and
the Southern \u25a0 Pacific of Arizona 6s of 1910
having expired have been taken off -the list:
: § The directors of • the Associated . oil ', company
: 'have . elected the following officers: W. F. Her
rln, president; W. S. Porter, first vice presi
dent and general manager; Paul Shoup, second
i vice president; Othello' Scribner,. secretary; G.
/ Sheridan and J. L. Bruce, assistant secretaries;
1 W. A. Sloan, treasurer. At the annual meetings
; of the Associated transportation company .and
', other subsidiary companies W. F. Hprrin • suc
1 ceeded W. C. Kerckhoff of Los : Angeles as' dl
1 rector. This was the only change.
AKKe«>inent Directory lomstnck . .Minos
Company — Xo. Del. Board. Sale Day.* Amt.'
Savage ...... 17 Feb. 10 Mar. 8 .10
Julia t'. 14 Feb. 12 Mar. 10 .03
Caledonia .... SI Feb. 12 Mar,- » ' .10
Challenge .....r»3 Feb.'lS Mar. 10 .10
Mexican 90 Feb., 18 Mar. 17 .15
Belcber ...... 91 Mar. 4 Mar. 29 i.lO
Crown Point... 5 Mar. 4 Mar. 28 " .10
Yellow Jacket 35 Mar. 4 Apr." 11. »*0
Seg. Belcher... 46 Mar. 5 Mar. 28 .03
Chollar ...... 12 - Mar. 5 Mar. 31 .10
Hale & Xor... 26 Mar. 7 Mar. 31 .10
Union 21 • Mar. 7 Mar. 31 .10
Alpha ... 13 M«r. 12 Apr. 7 \.o"i
Gould & Curry 16 Mar. 14 Apr. 6 .10
Cen. Eureka... 23 ..Mar. 13 Apr. 23 102%
Confidence ... 55 -Mar. 21 Apr. 15 '\u25a0 ,20
Overman ..1.. 33 Alar. 31 Apr. 27 f//. 10
; •"--. "-' .'. ',- Bond and S<ock Salon . .. : \
Sales on the stock and bond exchange in Feb-.
ruary were as follows: '.-.. ' -- .\u25a0 ;>r.S
_____
SECURITIES - '
: - \u25a0 \u25a0 Sales" Low |Hlgh
BONDS « I
US' Government, new issue. 5,000 ..:.. J62«^
Associated Oil C 0...:'...:... ..:'...:.. 87.000 95"^ »6>.i
Cal Gas & Elcc gen m and ct 79,000 101 V4 102^
California Wine Association. 17,000 8S 00
,Clty Electric C 0... 27,000 90 . *no?i
Coutra Costa Water C 0..... 10,000 ..... 101
Do gen mtg. ....* ....,8.000 92 \u25a0 93
Los Angeles Railway- C0.. .". 2,000 ..... 109 :
Los'Angeies Light Co. .gtd: .1,000 ...'.. 102U
L A-Pac RII Ist con mtg... 14.0 CM) 106H 107
L A -Pacific RR of Cal.. \... 3,000 102? i 103
Market Street Cable C 0.... 1,000 ..... 102
Market St Ry Ist cons mtg 19,000 101% 103%
Xorthern Ry Co (of Ca1).... 1,000..... 115»4
Xorthern Cal Power C 0.. ... 2,000 101% 103
Northern Cal. Power Co Con. 32,000 94^ 90
Northern Electric C 0 .......: 5,000 . »l Vi
Oakland Transit C 0... . . 2,000 ..... 107%
Oakland' Transit. .............. 3,000 .:... 105.
Oakland Transit Cons. 1,000 ..... 104%
Oakland Traction C 0..'...... 11,000 91& 91%
Omnibus . CaUle Railway..... 15,000 ...... 108^4
-Pacific Electric Ry C 0...... 21,000 ..... 106
Pacific Llsrht & Power C 0 .... 13.000 94»4 97
Do gtd... 17.000 101V4 lOl?;
Pacific Tel _ Tel Co. .V. . . . . 90,000 00% 100*4
People's Water C 0 . . . .. .7. . . 246,000 65 - 72 ,
Sacramento Elec - Gas & Ry. 4,000 102.' 103
S-F, Electric Railways..:... l.«J<Xt ....'. 95
SP. O &S J Ry..........i 13,000 105 105%
' Do 2d tntg. . ..... .". ... . . . . 10,000 :95 96
Sierra; Ry of C 51. .:...:.'.... 2,000 ...:. 106%
S P R Rof Arizona (1910).. :4,000 .'..:. 102%
S P U R of Ca1' (1912). .'.:.. 2,000 105% 105%
S P Branch Ry of Ca1.. .. . 5.000 127% 129
S'P R R Co. Ist refunding.. 182,000 9514 96%
Spring V \Water Co gen ' mtg 203.000 89 '91 ;
United (Jas & Electric C 0 ... 2.0W0.. .i. '98 '
United .'Railroads of SF..'.. 216,000 71*4 73%
Valley Counties Power C 0..'... .'. . 2,000 101% 102
STOCKS I \u25a0 v.
- . : ,Water— \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- r. r . . \u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0 \u25a0 * \u25a0'\u25a0[.\u25a0
Spring Valley Water C 0. ..'. 2,160 43V4 47«4
Gasfand Electric — >|. \u25a0 \u25a0
City Electric C 0.. .......... 1,015 52, 53-
Northern Cal' Power .Co Con 915 47 • .11%
Pacific Lighting' Corp. pfd;.. ; . ..75*74-:. 75
•Do common . . . : : . . 100 53 54 • ;
.- Insurance-r-.- . v ':' . : \ \u25a0
California- Inn C 0..:.. .. • 22 SI- SIU
Fireman's ' Fund. \u25a0*• 150 245 - 200%
Banks — . Y'-'v "j :.:-\u25a0•"::> ~': r '-' '.'
AnuTican Nationals Bank.' "50 .:;.; 130 ',
Anglo & London Paris Nl.Bk 25 14(5% 147 ,
Bank of Calif orula , N J A . . . . ,'v ,152 ...\: 41 2 %
Central i Trust-. C0.. 0f Cal...'. . \u25a0\u25a0\u0084'<& .::.'. 120
.Street ; Railroads — . • ,\ \u25a0*\u25a0• -\u25a0 \u25a0 •
Presidio ...................: 15 :.... 30
• I'owder— - : . • • . '
Glnnt' Consolidated C 0....... 190 78,. 79'J
.-Sugar—? ' r- --.*•- ; ,:;- r: \u25a0;.•'•>< ,-.\u25a0?. ! /vv-,
Hawaiian Coml&; Sugar Co -1,200 3s V4 :if)
Honokaa- Sugar Co.. .:.. 1,305 22% 23V
Hutchinson; Sugar Plantation -1.535 .17% il7»i
Kllauea : Sugar.- Plantation.:. \u0084^> 150 :.-*. . . 13-
Makawell Sugar C 0 .;.......; C 445 53% 54 '
Onomea Sugar', Co. ....V.-.::. -..1.:i25 55-. 56%
P.-iauhau 1 .Sugar Plantation..'. 1,2i5029 ; , 2f)%
Union Sugar Co.. ..'.•..:...\u25a0.•. -395 67% 08 V
. oil— -\u25a0 \u25a0 - \u25a0' \u25a0" ~. ' •' '\u25a0• .*'-' \u25a0-\u25a0 ;\u25a0
As«.H.>iatd Oil- Co. -.\u25a0..'....."... 4,750 145*4 52
Sterling Oil & Dev- Co. :;.;-. '.;\u25a0; 300 3% i
Mi^collaneous — " \u25a0 : '\u25a0"\u25a0"
Alaska -\u25a0 Packers" .'.'\u25a0 Association "1,005 S9* Ol'l
Cal < Fruit vCaunersVi- Assn. ".'.: - :; -.-ni 101 c .. 101%
North ' Alaska Salmon; C 0."..'. v 30 ~.T. 115 V
Pacific Tel i& ; Tel Co pf d . .•.-. .'* -1 1 5 !).? ij n5
-Do common . :.~.\. .'. . . . . . . . .> C3o| 33 40%
STOCK^ANp'BOJrt) EXCHAXGE
TUESDAY.' March 1—10:00 a: m.
UNITED STATES BONDS
..Bid. Ask.l'V- -: ' -Bid. A.»k.
4s qr cp.new — s |3s' qr coup. .\u25a0; — —
-' "j.MISCELLANEOL^ BONDS ,- -
Alai A ' W 5s. •-— ; * — ' Oak • Tran ; 6s.lO7% — - I
Amilß ElSs: 91% V —i' Oak , Tran 5i».'.105-i_ '
Asco ' OU f>5:. 05 % . 96 i4 O Tran Cn -55.104% 105%
Bay -CPC-55.102-, —-, O ? Trac<Cn*ss.99% — ''\u25a0
Cal C.G ss: — 105 O Trac!Co*»s 01U 92^
Cal G'&E g= " . v>- o!-W.-rtd < ;65r;»5% — ;> "
m& ct 5s 99%100Vi Om-Cable 6s. 108 V" 109 .^"
Calst .0.58.103% — ',' Pac G Im 4s. 85 — ;
Cal'WinetSs. 9Q - 4-- p E'R.v 55.'.105»i106*4
City El 55.. 90*4 01 Tac h&P ss. 9814 —
C C-*(Vat ss. 101*4 Do gtd 55..101*^ — ,
Do g mgss "— . 93 ' Pac T&T ss. 99^100 \u25a0,
Ed Xl -T_V. 5s.l00 ; -.'— -Pi C H 6s; 99 -
Ed "L&p; BS.IO7U— - * p& O 865.100 —
DuPt P 4(4s — __ people's Wss 86*4 67
First P Trss. 101 U, '_ *: Powell st \u25a0 65. . 09 — > \
P r _(J H'ft».KK)-.;_ Sac EG4RS6, — 103
HC& S ss. 103% — S Diego R 58.105 —
Hon RT 65.-_ 108 i S * L&P ; 55., 97 —
L^Tahoe Ras 99 100 ; 6FEIRy 5s 95 —
Is A Eleo os.tOli-i -— '\u25a0'<- SF.O & 5J55. 1069s j
LAG & Elss.lol?ilo2ai .Do 2d mgss 95 97
Do "Cor 5s;100' — Do Con ss. — 95%
•L. ARy ss.'. — 110 SJ& SCR 4%s —;- —
I.AL%td 55. 103 . '\u25a0\u25a0-—•\u25a0 Sierra R C 5..108 —
LAP lorn ss. 106%,— ; S P of- C 6s
I>AP Cal ss. — 100U (1912) ... .105*^ .—
Marin W s*. '-_'• | -— '. SPC leg ss.lloVa — ,
Mkt st C6s; -_*• 104« S I' B R fia.l2B 130
Do lcra 55.100 — SPRR'lst r4s 96% 96%
M V& MtTr>s . 100 - ' — \u25a0:- Stkn G&E «s. 105 - —
N R.of'C 55. 116 —\u25a0: SV W g mg45.90T5.91
N C.Ry 55.. — —\u25a0< U G & E ss. 98 —
NCP Co 58.101 : \u25a0"— '- UR of SFJ4s. 72*6 .72%
N.C PCnsa 06 97 Vallejo.Ben" &
NEI Co ss.- — 92*4 Kapa • RR5s 75 —
0 GL&ll os. 102 -— - Val Co. P 55.102 103 • -
,' '•;\u25a0 WATER STOCKS :. "-
Marin Co .. «0 — |S V Wat Co. 47 . _47*4
OAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS V
City lil-Co:. -,2V, 53% I Pac L' pfd. -74. v 75
N Cal .Power 51%^52 .• I -Do com ...i>3 ,—, — .\u25a0>
_'>,-:"\u25a0'-• 'INSURANCE STOCKS ' "— -
Cal : lns Co:. • 80 |Pac C Cas C0.14j 160 .
Fifeoin's Fd.263>A — *. - ' !
\u25a0 \u25a0.*:*•;-»•.'. i. \u25a0 BANK STOCKS
Am Ml 8k.133 First Natnl.. — 265
Anglo & I^n. 147*4 — J'^r Trust .. — 237
Bank of .'Cal.4lo*£ — - " SF National. — 140 '
Cent Trust..- — 130" Union T Co.. — —
SAVINGS BANKS -
Ger S & L.2785 — S. F Sa'v U. . .— 530 .
Hum Say Bk — — \u25a0 Sar &-h So.. — 125-
Mut Say Bk. — 7."> See Say Bk..- 340,.
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California .. — 135 | Presidio ..... 25% —
. , POWDER STOCKS . ;
Dv Pont pfd — — i I Giant Cou .. 75% 79'-
Do com .. — — . I ' • :
SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 38% — Makawell SC — 54
Honnkaa S C 22 .'—"'\u25a0 Onoraea > S C. — -* 65%
Hutch SPC 17%— Paaubau SC. 29% —
Kllauea SC. 15 -— \u25a0 • Union = S Co.; 6S —
. OIL STOCKS ' ..-..-•-
Amal Oil Co. 70 — W Coast Opf — 101
Asso oil Co. 47 47« • Do com ... — —
Sterling ..Oil.. 3 4 : . . .^?
i MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska P A. 88% 89^,IPac Aux F" A. 4 —
Clil F O A. .101 — Pac C 80rax.154 —
Cll Wine ss. 37 39"/<. Pac T&T pfd 94% 95
MV& MtTm.loo — " Do com ... 30
X Alas S C 0.115 120
•; * \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 sales
Morning . Session ' S '
\u25a0 Board — . * -
40 Alaska Packers' Assn . "80.00.'
\u25a0'\u25a0 55 Associated Oil C 0..'..... 46.75-.
65 Associated Oil Co. i 3......... 47.00»
50 Associated Oil C 0 ..........."... 46.87%
20 Cal, Fruit Canuers' Assn 101.00
SO i;iant"- Powder \u25a0-..' "8.50
70Paauhau*S P Co .". 29.25.*:
35 Pacific Tel & Tel (pfd).. 95.00
!•<> Spring Valley Water C 0 ........ 46.12%
50 Spring Valley. Water Co. b 6/..: 46.50
T,O Spring Valley Water Co. b 6.... 46.50
, 120 Spring Valley Water C 0. ....... 46. 51>
50 Spring Valley Water Co 46.75
v*» 5 Spring Valley Water C 0.... 46.87%
$5,000 -N Cal Power Co Con 55.. .96.12%
$1,000 People'B Water Co 65..... 67.50..
$1,000 Spring Vsl Wat gen mtge 45.. 91.00
Af teruoon Session . V .
Board— :
5 Alaska Packers' A55n....'. ..'... 89.00
70 Associated Oil C 0 .............. 47.00
10 Fireman's Fund ,Ins Co ..... ..262.50
5 Fireman's. Fund Ins- Co \u25a0 '.......263.00 |
100 Hawaiian Coml &, Sugar...... 39.00
.38 Honokaa Sugar Co ............ 22.00
190 Hutehlnson Sugar Plantation... 17.62%
20 Mercantile Trust Co ......... .237.00
25 X Cal Power Co C0n........ 51.75.
15 Pa«uhau S PCo 29.37%
10 Paauhau S P Co .............. 29.50
20 Pacific Tel & Tel (pfd)........ 95.00 :
5 s»pring Valley Water C 0........ 47.12 Vi
$5,00() N Cal"- Power- Co Con 55.;...-. 96.12%
$5,000 X Cal Power Co Con = 55....... 96.00
$2,000 Oakland Traction Co 55.:..'.... 91.50
$5,000 Pacific Tel & Tel 55. ...... ...100.00
$4,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 91.00
$1,000 United RR of S F 4s ".. 72. 37%
$1,000 United' R "R of S F 45.;. 72.25
$12,000 People's Water Co 55..... 67.00
$11,000 S P R R Ist refdg 45........ 96.50
•\u25a0\u25a0 "\u25a0 'Street— . . : • ,: - v* '
$12,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45.. 91.00
California Stock ' and Oil Exchange • \u25a0
. . Bld.Ask. Bld.Ask.
Amaurot- . '75 . — Xcv County .. 25 .—. —
Apollo ... 12 — Xew Perm Pet- .77 '> 79
Asso Oil ..46.50 46.75 Paraf fine .....1.45 1.60
-Do bnds Ca.- — 97.25 Palmer 1.15 1.17%
Bay City . .2.00 2.62% Piedmont ..... 13 -.20
Blue Moon .. 20 — Pinal .....:.. 7. 50 9.00
Brookshire.. — 1.12% Premier .?...'. 1.30 1.35
Caribou ....J5. 00 15.25 Record '.../.:. 6. 00 —
Chi Crude ... 10 — Royalty ." •. — 1.25'
Claremont. 1.80 1.07% Sacramento. .-..1.00 - —
Coalinga Pai;.4.50 — S F & McK.27.50 " —
Dahney ......' — 12 Saver Dough.. — - 2.75
Del Key .... — 19 Sesnon . .... ..8.00 ; —
De Luxe .2.00 — Silver Tip.. .3. 30 3.32%
.Enos ......1.27% 1,30 Sovereign .... 25
Esperanza ...2.00 — S W&, 8..... 41- 4r>
Four ...30 35 Sterling ....... — 3.60
1.10 1»25 Sunset Mon ..50' —
Gypsy. 28 — Soperior ...... — 30
111 Crude ... 53 — Turner ....... — 85
Junction ..... 40 —Wolverine ....: 25 —
McKlttrick . .; 20 30WK' Oil C 0. .2 .23 i--
Monte \u25a0 Crlsto. — 1.00
'.*, 100 Caribou ...'.... 15.25
,' *500;l<*6ur '.30
'4oo;Monte Crlsto 1.90
.cIfWV Palmer .'. 1.20
'300 Palmar; b 60...% .....'.. •»..'....;. 1.22%
rJ':'-.100 Premier ......:..:...-.... 1.35'
,'4.. 500 Saner Dough ..•..;.. 2.50
.*?*'\u25a0\u25a0»• Vp. m. — c .
$2,O<X) Associated b0nd5. .....'...' '. 06.75 •
'-'•S3 Associated 0i1.....;; -.-. 46.50
\u25a0 500 (!al Oil & Gas, s 5 1.00 \u25a0
' 500 Cal Oas & Oil 1.02%
lfiO ClHremout 1.90\
.500 Four :;;.'. \u25a0 30 '
100 Illinois Crude '52 '
»00 Palmer ;..... ....... 1 17%
1,000 Palmer, b 60 ' 1 22%
» ; 500 Premier, s 5 130
Vilnius;. Stocks
' .SA.V FRAXCISCO STOCK '' EXCHAXGK
. following were the sales on the San Francisco
stock (ind'cscbange board: yesterday: :\u25a0•«\u25a0'\u25a0*\u25a0 :
COMSTOCKS \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 • • .i
/ Regular Morninj; Session '
600 Alpha . .. 17 300 Justice ....... 20
200 Alta ......... 22 200 Justice ..30
200 Alta 24 400 Kentuck 20
100 Andes ....... 28 400 Mexican .V.. 2 15
4<K> Belcher 1.27V6 200 Mexican "... .2.17*4
lOO'Bullion .. 38 300 Ophlr . \u25a0 2 42*4
500 Bullion ....... 37 600 Ophlr ..'.'..'. 245
500 Caledonia.:.. 97 100 Ophlr ......2.47U
.200 Challenge Con 47 '300 Overman ...Y 1 60
200 Chollar ......' 34 400 P0t05i ...... ... '75
400 Chollar 35 ;300; 300 Potosi ... ...... 74
2000 Con Imperial.' 09 400 Savage ..;. . 67
100 Con Va M..2.02V4 200 Scorpion ...... 15
7<io Con Va'M....2.05 ,800 Segßelcher . 30
200 Crown Point.. 1.35 200 Seg^- Belcher ..31
\u25a0 200 Crown Pt.. 1.37V- 100 Sierra Nev .. • '87
100 Exchequer ... ' 4!7 100 Sierra Nev . . . 88
100 Exchequer ... 41 300 Sierra Ncr ' '. ' 89
200 Exchequer ... 40 700 Silver Hill ;.. 20
400 Gould. & Cur. 40 400 Union ..:..-.. 96
400 Hale & Norc. 64 600 Utah '. . . . . 17
400 Ju1ia........ 24 700 .Yellow Jacket.l.3s
100 Julia ........ 25 .100 Yel Jacket. .l.32%
200 Justice •\u0084 .27
s./;; Afternoon ' Session ' •
100-Alpha ........ 17 400 Mexican .. 2 15
100 Andes .V. ...;. 28 100 Mexican .;.. 2*lo
•100 Bullion ...... 37 200 Occidental . 35
100 Caledonia 07 400 Ophlr ...... 2*47%
400 Caledonia . . . . '\u25a0 06 \u25a0 500 Scorpion . . 16
200, Caledonia ....*.' 05 ? 500 Seg Belcher 20
300 Chollar V 34 . 200 Sierra : Nev rV .'. '• 87
8500. Cotifc Imperial.' 00 100 Sierra Ncr ... 88
500 Wall C 0.2.05 ,200 Union ........ 85
4O"J Gould,& Cur.- 40 ."-,•; V \u25a0 -
Jte^i'* .-' Informal Session -r**.->
"300 Alpha .."'.... 171 400 Julia ......... "25
100 Bullion. .'. 371300 Keutuck / \ 20
si> Bullion ....... 40 400 Oohlr, ......2.47%
;l(Kt Caledonia^....; M 7 200 Ophlr ..:.. 245
-200 Chollar :.....' 32 100 Ophir ;.......2 40
. 100 fon ;Va M-C0.2.05 !200 Opbir 2 35
100 crown .Pt.'.1.37% 200 Overman .:.'.. 1.50
\u25a0 300 ' Exchequer .. ..- 40 300 Savage \u25a0.:.;...,\u25a0 64
"\u25a0 300 < Exchequer ... :. 37 500 Seg - Belcber 30
. CLOSING QUOTATIONS . \u25a0/.m :
, ••-\u25a0-- -Bld.Ask. \-- , Birt.Ask.'
Alpha ....... Iti : 17 .Insticc ....... 23
Alta-. /. . 24 \—Kentuc-k\ — Kentuc-k ..'.;\u25a0.. 19 20
Andes ....'... 2K 20 Lady." Wash iV. 15 >.—. —
Bek'hcr -... »/. 1.25: 1.30 Mexican .". . .' .'.2.07 210
Bulllou i ...... 34 35 New . Yt>rk Con OS \u25a0. —
Caledonia- .... 87 -. S9 OcoidentHl .... .34 —
Challenge Con 4S 50 Ophir. ...... ..2.35 240
Chollar -. . : . . . , 31- >33 Overman .... . .1.47 r52
Coundence -".' ..1.4O:1.5O Potosi -..'..;... 73 • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 75
Con*. Imperial; "08 :.' ; O9 Savage- ..•...\u25a0.;.\u25a0 04' 65
Con ; A'a M C 0.2.05 2.10 Scorpion \u25a0\u25a0 .....:- 15 lfi
Crown Point. ;1;37 1.40 Seg .-Belcher \u25a0 ..; ;27.5'28
E " Sierra \u25a0 Nev 09 >\u25a0'- — Sierra Nev \u25a0-'.-. ; V:\BS 87
Exchequer:.. ,37 :US Silver; Hill '.;. ; m .20
Uoukl > & • Cur. 37 30 Union ' • ........ 95 ' 9U
Hale;& Narc. *!2 • :i« Utah. *..:.-.-.-.:•.' l."i r \u25a0\u25a0 id
Julia i:r:'.". ...'- 25: 26 Yellow- •Jacket.l.3o-I'3s*
TONUPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS -
. ' .- ;- Urgular- Mornlnc- Session ..' * - : -
r.OO Belmont, s -'5.1.60 8400 MacNamara -^ 27
10U0 Blue Bull, s0 ;.Ml6 1500 Man tDexteri; . 04
20»K) Booth ..;.... >18 1000 Round »Mt .'.'.. '51
-.100 «!ld 'ConM.. .7;55 1000 'Round 'Mt ..". \u25a0 r>o
; 500 Jumbo . Ex ' ; . . K3O 3500 .West ; JEnd ) .*. . . '• 37
£"--"•< '-.-Afternoon Session' ••:•-.<\u25a0, . •-\u25a0
100ti; 8e1m0nt".; .1.57% 200 Ncr- Hills ... ';50
> 4000 Blue Bell V..roM 500 Red' Hills :.... : (M
; BOO ; Blue •\u25a0; Bc-U , ; .'. *04 4000 Rescue ' Con ..'\u25a0 - , 02
1000* Blu - 8u11,<.b30 . 00 1000 ' Round ' Mt* \u25a0?'.: '. ' 51
V s(H», B<K>th -• \u25a0.-.-. . :- . . V\u25a0'< IS 2000 St •! ves ..-;-; . r;'i .l*. «o
y>HH) . Com *\u25a0 Fraction.' : 31 5 200 iTofi i Exten > '.r^- 73
COOOMan 'Dexter.7.^o4 1500 West iEnd • ... -37
•500-MMway ;T..-.-.^26; T . .-.-.^26 ,800, West ''End '..". 38
''"\u25a0\u25a0- Informs I Session ',"•; -\u0084"•:'-• \u25a0-;.\u25a0:,
2000, Booth ••'\u25a0.•-•'•. r.r-.-.l" rioo Old- tVm -M.. .7.75
,1500 Com- Fraction. '-31 100. Old
THEMARKETS
Xew York ntoeks Irregular. Cop
: - per* - v .* , .
Spot ! and future cotton lower. .
Comstock mining: share* unsettled.
Spring .Valley water stock active.
Silver \u25a0 and .' Hongkong . exchange
lower.V'- :_;J .7.
Sterling exchange hlgner,
\o change in the grain market.
Hay and beans as before quoted.
Wool, hops and hides quiet.
Provisions , very flna.' ';
Mutton ' and -j veal . - freak. .Beef
.-", steady. :.-,''\u25a0 I \u25a0 \u25a0 . .'.
High. prices check trading in hogs.
Sperm oil lower. , L.ard oil higher.
Dried j fruit and raisins quiet.
Butter • and eggs linn. . Cheese
: . Weak.
Potatoes dull. Onions firmer. "
Warm '• weather improves fruit
' : ; trade, v" V: }:\u25a0 -v! 1 \ !^'?£)
Poultry well cleaned .up and firm.
100 Florence' ...2.37% 1000 Midway „,... '25
: 100 Florence ..... 2 . 40 1100 Round -Mt . . .* . 53
\u25a0 100 Gld Con M.;. 7.70. 70 400 West End ... 37
CLOSING QUOTATIONS- .
'• • ! CALIFORNIA'
; - Bid.Ask.l . . . Bld.Ask.
Argonaut .... — 4.00 C«-nt' Eureka... 50 —
xevada . \u25a0 >\u25a0;;
\> \u25a0 Tonopah District
• Bld.Ask. r Bd.Ask.
Belmont .....1.57 1.60 North Star ; ... 03 04
Jim Butler .. 11' 12 Rescue Con-.. 01 .02
MacXamara .. 26 , 27 Ton Exten... 72 - 73
Midway ;.... -25 26 Ton of XeT..6.50 —
Montana ..... 89 90 West 'End ... 36 38
. '• Goldfleld • District
Adams ....... 01' 02 Gld Kewanas. . 07 OS
Atlanta ..;.... 16 17 Gld Merger M. — 15
Blue Bell -.. . 0- 03 Grandma .. 01 03
Blue Bull ... 05 "06 Great Bend .. 03 04
Booth 16-17 Grt Bend Anx — Ol
COD ...... 10'- 11 Grt Bend Ex. — 01
Columbia - Mt. 05 — Jumbo Ex .... 37 39
Com Fraction. 31 .32 Kendall ...... '02- —
Cracker Jack. 02 03 Lone Star .... 04 05
Daisy ........"07 08 Oro .;........ 06 07
Dm B Btte C ( 02 03 Red Hills .... 04 05
Dmdfld Trngl. — 01 Red Top Ex.. 02 03
Florence; .....2.37 . — Sandstorm 03 —
Florence. Ex.. —' 01 Silver Pick ..09 10
Frances Mhk. 02 -- St ives 20 21
Gold Bar Gld 06 — Wonder .X..j — . 01
Gld Con M...7.62 7.65 Yellow Tiger.. 06 07
Gld Portland. 01 02 v
- ' / Bullfrog District
Amethyst .... 01 02 Mont Bullfrog. — 01
Bonnie Clare.. 08 10 Montgomy Mt. 01 02
Blfrg.Xat Bk 01' 02 Tramp Con .. 05 06
Homestake K. — 01 Valley View... — 02
Mayflower, Con 03 04
- District "%V
Man Con 02 03|Mustang Man.. — 02
Man Dexter... 04 05 Pine Xjit .... — 01
Mineral Hill.. — 021 Thanksgiving.. 03 —
_i Other Districts
Walloon Hill.. — :05Xer Hills .... 50 56
Kagle's Xest.. 02 ' '04 Pittß S Peak.. 70 —
Falrrw ;G:Bld — .02 Ramsey ..<'... 01 —
Fairrw ' Hailst — 01 Raw Coalition. 17 —
Falrrw Eagle. — 12 Raw Queen .. 17 —
Jack Pot 03 —Round Mt .„. 50 —
• Copper Stocks
Cum Ely .. 6.76 7.SO|XeT Con ..22.75 23.12
Glroux i Cns.lo.oo 10.25 - •-\u25a0 - -
GRAIN MARKET
Wheat and ' Other Grains
' Wheat — Chicago .was lower. This market con
tinued dull and unchanged.
\u25a0\u25a0- t "CASH WHEAT • . ,
California, club, $1.57%<§.1.95; Sonora. $2.05®
2.15; Propo and white Australian. $2.05<g;2.10.
>orthprn wheat— Club, $1.85; Russian red,
'i' B^**^ 1 ' 85 ' turkey red, [email protected]; bluestem,
: FUTURES'
;Xo quotations. • '-'::y, i
Barley— Ocean freights continue dull and nom
inal at 15s. usual European options. There is
no chartered grain tonnage in port, against 3.4.12
tons on the same date-last year; disengaged, 23.
116 tons, against 37,449; on the way to this
port. 168,990 tons, against 168,360.
The market for the cash grain rules firm.' and
most holders have advanced - their I asking price
for the best feed to $1.40, though they are not
getting over $1.38%. Los Angeles continues to
take considerable barley from the San Joaquin,
but this market is quiet.
• .- 1 - - - CASH BARLEY •
Xo. 'l feed; $1.37% @1.38%; off grades, $1.30
@1.35 per ctl; brewing. $1.40; shipping lots,
$1.40; chevalier.- [email protected]|1.65 per ctl. -
FUTURES
'.-'\u25a0• 10 a. m. Session
May— Xo sales; $1.35"4" bid. $I.C£»U' asked.
I December — Xo ; sales; $1:27% bid, $1.25%
asked. . . \u25a0 ' .
'\u25a0'- -. 2p. m. Session
May— sl.3!». . .
"December^ — Xo sales: $1.25% asked.
Oats — Stocks, in 'this market are not heavy.
but they are more than \u25a0 the languid demand
calls for and : the .market, accordingly • continues
weak.' '
Reds for feed. $1.47%@1.57%; reds for seed.
$1.60©1.70; black. $1.50(812.30; gray. $1.60®
1.67%; white, [email protected]*A per ctl for fair to
Xo. 1. • . \u25a0 -
Corn— Supplies are sufficient and the market is
quiet.' with prices unchanged.
i • Manchurlan r small . yellow is quoted at $1.6.*>
per ctl asked 1n sacks;' California small- round
yellow, [email protected]; white,, $1.80; large yellow,
$1.70(311.75; western" states ; yellow. In bulk, in
San Franrisco track. $l.sf>;: white. $1.61; mixed,
$1.58: white Egyptian, [email protected]; brown do,
$1.57%@1.60 per ctl.
Rye— Continues dull. Utah Is quoted at $2.
California is also quoted at $2 per ctl.
Eoreign Futures '.
\u25a0'„ - ' • LIVERPOOL .
Wheat— March. May. July.
Opening Sl% , 8% 7 113;
Closing 81% v 800 7 11%
Wheat— " Feb. Mav-Ang.
Opening ..24.8." 20.20
Closing .........'.\u25a0". 24. 53 25.20
Flour— \u25a0 «
Opening '..................'. 33.23 V 33.25H;
Closing 33.40 33.35
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Future Grain and Provision*
CHICAGO, March I.— Wheat prices. today de
clined to a. close -%c to l%c off. after swaying
up and down on conflicting crop damage report's.
Corn was' bullishly inclined 'early, out fell oft
later: on -more liberal offerings. Oats closed un
changed, while provisions took the upgrade. Kgnin.
May pork making a new; top price for years- at
? 25, , the products closing at an advance of from
2%c to 42% c. with pork in. the lea.l.
Wheat prices ,took on strength early after a
heavy opening. ' Later, however, May prices foil
fr0m.51,45% t0;51.14%. The close was weak
at near the low 'point, with May %@Tic off at
$1.14%@1.15. .
. Heavy buying gave a strong tone to the corn
market early in the day.. The demand from. the
shorts -was. quickly satisfied and.' quantities, of
grain were put on the* market, causing a down
ward trend. There were light offerings of cash
corn.': for. which the demand - was fair at . an
aflvanoe of -about He."' No.' 2 white selling at
64i§64%c. ;The May delivery, advanced to C6%c
andfell off to 65Tjc, the otherj months tskina; a
similar course.* ".The close : was weak at the low
point, with May .14c down. • . •
\u25a0 Trading in oats was within narrow limits, the
fluctuations -being"- from. &C to %c.\'All. the
future^ cloned- unchanged, with May. at. 17*,Je.
';: In -provisions. May pork :• led *\u25a0 the 1 van- it .the
outset!«nd agaln'.at the. close sold at $25, a ntw
top ' price. "•" Fluctuations for . May t pork • were be
tween - ?25 and $24.65. May products closed:
Pork, 1 - $24.97%. '42%c- .up;, lard, $12.30, 10c. up;
rib 5. ,512.95.' 7%c up. .;. . •- '
' The leading. futures ranged; as follows:
Articles— . Open." - High. Low. Close.
Wheat— i-
May ...:.:..... 1.15*4 1.15% 1.14% 1.15
July ..'. ..... . • .. 1 ."7% . 1 .08% - I .o7ii\ 1.07%
September .....: 1.03% 1.04% 1.03V4 1-03%
• Corn — , •'-\u25a0\u25a0".'\u25a0 "•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
May ...."....... 66% 66% BSTi; .' 6.-.T,
July •• . ......" 67% :-. «7Tg ;"\u25a0 67*4 67*4
September .....: 67T 8 . 68% ;675(i 67%
• Oats . ••'.* :,;-.". \u25a0 . -'..
May .... ... 47U 47% 47% 471,4
July ........... 44% 44% 44% 44%
September :..'... 41% r : 41%- 41 \u25a0 v .; .41%
" JlessPork, per hbl
May *.:... 25.00 " 25. 00 • 24.65 24 .J>7*A
July -..-....:.. ..24.97% 24.97% 24.60. 24.87%
v Lard.' per 100 lbs — .;\u25a0 •\u25a0• . • . .
May- .......... .-.1R.27%- 13.30 1.T.20 .13.30",
July - ..:'. . . ... : .13.27% .13.32% 13.15 13.27%
Short Ribs; per ion lbs — - ,v - , t -
May •.-..:...•. ...12. f>"% 12.97% 12.50 12.05
Ju1y:.".... ..... .12.95 ; 12.95 12.75 12.57%'
: Ca»ih Grain ; and Provlnlonn'
1 •'- CHICAGO.* : March I.^— Cash quotations ' were as
follows: : ; Flour, : firm : No. . 2 rye. 7Sfi?Soc : : feed
or mixing barley, «2<S6sc: fair to choice malting
hurley. : 67 '473c; flaxseed.^ No.'.- 1,. xouth western
$2.0»V , i No. :. 1 \u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0 northwestern \u25a0; $2. lft 14 : - • clover,
$13.65: mess porkr prrjbarrel. $25(5125.25: lard,
per ' 100 pounds.? sl3.3s; . short ribs, sides > (loose) .
$12.50<gl3;short i clear sides; (boxed),; [email protected]
13.50.- V f;RA j N ' ; STATISTICS .-
I. Total clearances of. wheat and flour .were equal
to'r>9.ofH) busbels.'iPrinißrr^ receipts were 703.000
bushels. * compared i wl th 3 383,000 bushels • the \u25a0 cor
responding ; day 'a * year ago. ; -The ; world's '.visible
supply." 'asi shown, by -Bradstrcet's; Increased.
4,ll3.ooo'hushels.v-- -' > »'».•, v -, ;. .
V - Estimated receipts, for, tomorrow : : Wheat.' .13
cars; corn,' 27o cars;, oats,* 140 cars; h0g5,: 30,000
head.' : \u25a0 ,* ' •\u25a0'',_'. ;
i , \u25a0'.'\u25a0'•' Available .\u25a0> Grain .Supply., S'-\ . " '!'
<3 NEW - ; YORK.";; March "V l.— Special *; cable" 1 : and
telegraphic./-; communications 4 received : ; by ; Brad
street's ishow i the ; following; changes ; tin; available
supplies.'as compared with. preriousiawoiint: ';;•
-< 'Wheat— United States ; east of ; the.; Rockies, de
creased . 350.000 -bushels;: Canada.*: increased ' 10.1.
000ibushels; « total « United i States "and X'anada.'
decreased 1 187.000 .bushels ; | afloat I for. 1 and Un Eu
rope. 1 ' increased '4.300,000 ? bushels ; I total American
and European supply,! increased 4, y5.000 bushels.
Hogs and Pork Products Firm
Warm Weather Helps Ituit Market
'\u25a0 Corn— United States and' Canada, Increased
2,2(13.000 bushels. , \u25a0
£l°* ts — United States and -Canada, Increased
ISS.Ow) bushels. *\u25a0'. ?\u25a0' •
A"e»v York -: Grnlu Market
i XEW YORK, March I.— Flour— Steady, with
a quiet jobbing trade. Receipts, 33.675: ship
ments. 5,363 barrels.
\u25a0 .Wheat— Spot, easy." Xo. 2 red. $1.30%. nom
inal elevator domestic and nominal f. 0-" b.
afloat; Xo. 1 northern Dulutti and Xo. 2 hard
winter. $1.2ST 8 . nominal f.- a. b.f afloat.' Op
tions-^Wheat was nervous and prices were lower
in absence- of aggressive buyitg and under sell-
Ing by , longs. I Crop news was bullish, but cash
trade was dull -and the shorts appeared to be
covered. At the close prices were »[email protected] net
lower. May closed at $1.23%: July, $1.15%.
Receipts, jt,400 bushels. •
"Vorthem Wheat Market
. WASHIXGTOX .
- TACOMA. March I.— Bluestem. [email protected];
club. $I.oti<jJl.o7; red. Russian, $1.04.
: SEATTLE, MaretLl.— Milling quotations: Blue-,
stem. $1.12: club. fl.0»: fife. $1.00: red R«*»lin».
$1.07.. Export— Bluestetn. $LO9: ftfe, $l.t'6; club.
$1.06; red Russian, $1.04. . . .' '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:
'•'"\u25a0 " OREGON . ! ' """ : "--;.\u25a0•'\u25a0
\u25a0\u25a0 PORTLAND, - March- 1. — Track prl?e!«-:'- : Clii'b.
$1.05; bluestem. $1./2(Qil 14- red RuSAteo; $liO3:
turkey red, $1.07; forty-fold, *[email protected]:.OT;:. val
ley, $1.05.' . - \u25a0 •: : :i:' :
Minneapolis-:' Grain and Produce . -
MIXXEAPOLIS. March 1. — Wheat -— May.
$1.14*4; July, $1.14%. Cash— No. 1 hard.
$1.14*~®1.15»i; Xo. 1 northern. $ia4<S!l.lsli:
Xo. 2. northern, Sl.l_Si 1.13' i; Xo. 3 northern,
[email protected] ".
Corn—No." 3 "yellow, sK«<Ks9*.ic. *
Oats— Xo. .1 white. 45?55545%c. \u25a0 ' . .
Rye— Xo. 2. 76*4^77«4c. ' \u2666 7V . \u25a0• \u25a0
: Flax— Closed at $2,17 *« s - '- •' ' \u25a0 :
I LOCAL MARKETS ,|
Receipts of Produce March 1" .
Flour, qr 5k5...." 3,754 Pelts, Xo' 905
Wheat, ctls .... 100 Lime. bbU 250
Barley, ctls ' 3.405 Sugar, ctls ".600
Beans, ska ' 1,130 Wine, gals ..65.70<>
Bran, sks 75 Brandy, gals ..'..3,WV>
Middlings.- sks .. • 25 Paper, bdls ..... 1.270
Onions, sks ..J.. 1,100 Llvestncjj. Xo ... .50
Potatoes, sks ... 71O < Honey. cases .... 45
Malt, sks 500 Raisins, bxs 2.200
•Feed, sks "20 Quicksilver, flasks 300
Leather, rolls ... 4t» Orange*, bxs 2,000
Tallow, ctls .... 20 Walnuts, sks . .': ." 300
Hides, Xo ...... 565 •* ' . '.:
OREGON '" \u25a0
Flour, qr sks 5,924 Bran. sks» I.TOO
Wheat, ctls .... 6,015 Shorts, sks 1,112
Provlnlons* "-''.L
The market rules very firm and fairly actlre.
even at the high prices, which stand the same
as at the close of last week.
Cottolpne — One half bbl, 13*,»c: 2 half bbls..
13c: 1 tierce, 1_t s c; 2 tierces, 12% c; 5 tierces,
12t*sc
Hams and Bacon — The Western meat company
quotes as follows: Hams. lS*.iff£l9c; picnic hams>..
14c; California hams. l7%<ijlSc: '»ncy bacon. 6
to S lbs, 24c; 8 to 10 lbs. 22c: 10 to 12 lbs. 22c:
light dry salt bacon. 8 to 10 lbs. 19%e; 10 to 12
lbs. 19c; medium bacon, ISc; light medium ba
con, 18c. . \u25a0
Lard— Tierces 16c, 50s 16*-ic. 10s 16% c. 5s
16% c, 3s 17c: compound lard, tierces lie, 503
ll*4c. 10s 11-Tic 5s ll%c. 3s 12c; yellow cooking
oil. 64c p«r gal: white cooking oil, 65c per gal;
salad oil; 67c per gal.
Eecf — Local prices are quoted. Export lots.
insp«x:ted by the : government, are $1 per bbl
higher. Extra family beef, $14.50 per bbl; fam'
lly beef, $14 per bbl:. extra mess beef, $13.50- per
bbl ; smoked beef. 19c per lb. .
Pork— Extra prime. In barrels, $26; clear. $30;
mess. $26; pig pork. $32.50; pigs* feet. $5.7."» for
half bbls, $2.40 for 25 lb kegs and $1.35 for kits.
Meat Market
Hogs are selling at record prices in western"
markets — from $9.75 .to $10.05, the latter figure
being touched at Indianapolis.* In this market
the tone continues very firm, although the "de
mand is light, as the extremely high prices, have,
checked trade. However. ?those who need them
have to pay the price, and some, parties have
paid up to 10c. * ; - ; \u25a0 : •
• Slutton is easy at the decline .noted yesterday,
and veal is also weak under large stocks. Beef
remains the same.- . v . \u25a0
DRESSED MEATS ..
Slaughterers' rates to dealers and butchers are
as follows: . -
Beef— [email protected]%c per 'lb for steers. [email protected]%c for
cows and heifers. . • . ' *
*ieal— [email protected]%c for large and B%@loc Tor small.
Mutton — Wethers, 11 (§ 12c; ewes, 11%@12c per
pound. . .
Lamb — [email protected] for yearlings and 13c' for
spring. . - •
Dressed Pork (per lb) — 13%(g14c for light and
ll(S-12c for heavy.
LIVESTOCK MARKET
The following . quotations are for good, sound
livestock, delivered in S.-i "Francisco, gross
weight: .
Xo. 1 fat steers, over 900 lbs, allve,-,">*[email protected]%c
•per lb; -under 000 lbs.' sc; second quality, '4% S$
sc; third' quality. [email protected]%c. :
Xo. 1 cows and heifers. 4"[email protected]">ic: second qual-
Ity. 3%@4c; third quality. 3*[email protected]%c; common,
thin, undesirable cows. 2%«g3c.
Fat bulls and stags, 2".4f«i2%c; half fat or thin
bulls.. l%@2c. •
Calves— Light weight per lb. 5%<§,6c per lb;
medium, 5?4©3%c: heavy, 4<g4 i *ic. '
Sheep (per. lb) — Wethers, Xo. 1, 6<§6%c; ewes,
[email protected]%c.
Lambs (per lb) — This year's milk lambs, [email protected]
7-% c. ' , • . .\u25a0 . • . \u25a0'\u25a0
Hogs (per lb)— "Hard grain fed. weighing 100
to 140 lbs. 0c; 140 to 250 lbs", 9%c; 250 to 3i»
lbs, O&c; common, undesirable hogs, ti'gTc.
-Batter, 'Cheene and Kcb<i
The fiHinz oC orders for shipment to the north/
together with " fair to average demand for local
consumption, held the market for batter and eggs
firm yesterday, despite heaTy • arrival*. • Prices'
'for'eirss remained exactly the. same as oa the
precedlne day. and there was no noticeable sur
plus lylnj; around unsold at the close of business."
In the butter department. fresh extras were %c
higher at 33% c a pound, bids at that figure,fail
ing to bring out any stocks under the call on
the exchange.' In the ' cheese market new Cali
fornia flats developed a weak tone and top qual
ity offerings were %c -lower, the price dropping
to 19c a pound.
On the exchange 10 cases of extra eg£» were
nold at 23c a dozen, and 25 fancy new California
Bat cheese went at 19c a pound. . .
Receipts 'were 49,500 pounds of butter, 23,000
pounds of cheese and 2.945 cases of eggs. .
The following are the official quotations estab
lished yesterday and on the three preceding days
on the floor of the " dairy exchange. Prices in
the street, while governed by the exchange quo
tations, generally range from l%c to 2c higher,
owing to the various charges to be added.
BUTTER PElt POUXD
Grades — Feb. 25 Feb. 28. Feb. 2S. Mar. 1.
Fresh extras... 33c \ 33c 33c' \u25a0 3;i%c
Firsts ..'.:..... 31c 31% c-. 31% c 31% c
Seconds .......29c 29c 'JSc "20c
Storage extras. -29c . • 2Uc \u25a0 29c 29c
Cheese — California . fancy Cats, 19c' per Ib,.
weak ; do , firsts. l.Sc, weak: do secoads, 16% c,
weak; fancy i'onng Americas,- 20c. steady; do
firsts. 18c; steady; fancy Oregon -Y<mng Ameri
cas. 20c, firm ;\ do flats.- 18 % c. firm: California
fancy storage flats, 17% c, firm; do firsts, 16% c
firm ; storage Yonng -Americas, 19c, firm ; Xew
York. fancy, 20c, firm; Wisconsin singles, lS%c,
firm.,, • • \u25a0 - -' \u25a0:• •. - .'. ,- • . \u25a0
Eggs— California fresh,' per dozen, cases In
cluded: \u25a0 - '..'\u25a0\u25a0.
Grades.", Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 28 Mar. 1
Extras ....23c 23% c 23c 23c •
Firsts .........22c 22% c «22% c 22% c
Seconds ...:..'. 21%c ,22c 22c 22c
Thirds ...:.....— " — 21c 21c
Portland Butter Market
PORTLAND. March i:— City and country cream
ery extras. v 37 (&S9c; -fancy, outside creamery,
34<g.3«*c; store, [email protected] .
Ksk .Market In .Nearby Counties
[Special Dispalch to The Call]
\u25a0 :. PETALUMA, March ' 1. — There was no change
In the prices paid .for : eegs today after . receipt
of quotations from the San • Francisco dairy ex
change. R-eeelpts • averaged high ..today and de
mand is good. . *
The best prices paid were 22c and 21c for first
grade: '2oc,- was paid by: speculators and Inde
pendent dealers. \u25a0 .3^HE_Bl*><Bj_g_tO-^*i— _Hfc»— >
.-Eggs for 'incubation -are in good demand and
bring prices as hfgh as -10c above market quota
tions on private salt-." ,
. SANTA ROSA, Man-h 1.-^-There was no change
today. ln" the ; local egg market. : The local deal
ers are : all quoting 21c per dozen for choice and
19c for s-fconds. The , production " remains good
and the demand strong. - Outslile shipments con
tinue in more or less quantities. . / -
l'ot a t oes. Onioua » and . Vrsetablrs
-.The first really large. arrlTals of uspurajnis for
the season reached i the market • yesterday, about
45. boxes coming In frum* the 'bay: ami river «JU
irict!«.". The i Increased arrivals r canned a sharp
break. in prices, and., while one or. two lots may
hare, sold at iOc a 'pound -in the early morning
\u25a0JOe \u25a0" was ; the i top with most, sellers and oil lots
could be • had , at ; 2Uc..". The . steamer ; Alamt- <la
brought ., up t several ; lots -of \u25a0 string r . beans, green
peppers and eggplant from Honolulu. \u25a0 The beau s
and ' eggplant | were - offered I at", *»Xir.2r»c a pound
while the peppers brought :!fi<\;; Florida etr^plant
and : peppers brought^.2s(fj3Oc and SOigsSCa
l>ound ; respectively. • \u25a0 Cuban tomatoes were . offer
ing In small -lots: and brought $5 a t-rate. ' Peas
and -other vegetables 'from, state 'shipping points
were rather easy.*: though receipts were not large
Potato handlers reported, a dull market, with
prices j unchanged,;, whiles onions; hail a firmer
torn*. '* Prices for sweets ! dropped ,to lower levels
on \u25a0 Increased ' offerings.'* v.:. /" • . .
.\u25a0••-• Potatoes i (per .'ctlv — River white. .TTiiaßSc* for
common V to iohojee and for; fancy;: Sa
linas ,Burbanfcs.-:51.40©1..V>: Oregon RurbanV*
$1:10(^1.20: Oregon early rose. $I.so; 'sweet w>
tatoes^- $1.Wff2.10. • -
-\u25a0 Onions-7-$1.23&1.30 per ctl for local and $1.40
<5j1.50 for Oregon." .. , \u25a0 - " • - ' \u25a0 ___i
Vegetable*— Asparagus, 20i?40c per lb; toma
toes, nominal; greea peas. SftelOc per lb; *f« rl J*«^
[email protected] per lb: cabbage. eo(itt*k.- pe*l ««: "5L 11 ™:
ber 3 . $t.30Q1.75 per doiea; cauilflJwer. 50<3*j<"
per dozefl; turnips. Stic per sack ; carrots, we
per sack; rhubarb. [email protected] per lb for southern and
NVgl2»4c for bay; t-elery. [email protected] for ljw
and $l|*l..*Kfor small cratea: mushrooms, -«><»
•«0c per lb; lettuce. [email protected] per crate.
Derlilnou.l and fltrns Fruit-
The- continuance of the warm, sunny weather
materially Increased business in fresh fruits yes
terday, but, although all descriptions moved o_
more freely than heretofore and the market gen
erally showed more tone. - there was little im
provement la prices. The market had b 6oo ™*
so heavily- stocked during the extended period
of dullness that sellers were more concerned
about effecting clearances than In thinking or
advancing values. Seven cars of oranges ana two
of grapefruit came la over night. ,'.."_-*_
Apples (per box >— Fancy bellflowers. $l.~>«a
1.50; • Xew town pippins. $1.25'Q1. 60; do red.
?1,50(ff 1.75-: common to choice. 75c©$l. n ,
ATltrus Fruits (per box»— Xavel oranges. •-•-_
for fancy. $1.50"@2 for chotce anrf_slW
1.23 for standard: tanKerines. $1.25©1.7j per
hoi;' grapefruit. $2..%[email protected] for seedless and »J-«""
•{32 for commoa; lemons. $3<g.1.60 for fancy. $-^8
2.23 fe P choice and $1.25#1.50 for standard:
$5. ••-. .. • ••• •'.- \u25a0 -'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0•:• : "-x--- \u25a0' .: '- ;
: Tropical Froits— Bananas. 73c<a$l;25 per bunc.l
tor Hawaiian and $2.50*83 for C«ntral American.
-pineapples, [email protected] per dozen. ::\u25a0• ' •
Oried Krult«. Ral-olnn. .\ut* and Honey
I . Dried fruits and raisins are reported quiet, and
prices for the former are beintf shaded by some
sellers to effect sales on accomxt of the apprcaco
9t t«r assessment day. • :•-.\u25a0\u25a0'"'•/'_.•
." Fruits— ETaporated apples, [email protected]%c;- apricot?.
0%@12c; moorpark. [email protected]; peaches. 49i^«_^ta
prunes. 2%@3c. with %@le premium f of >50rJ|
and l*.;c premium for 40s; flss. [email protected] pear*';
[email protected] . \u25a0 -,- .. . \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 '•' "\u25a0 "
RaUiia — Layers, cluster*— 6 cro-'a, $-.30^ «>
crown, $1.75; 4 crown.- $1.25: seeded^ 4%@3*<4c;
ordinary layers. 3 crown. 950; 2 crown. 90c: seed
less sultanas. 2*-iQ4<;-.-Thompi«)Q**t seedless. (3U( 3U
@3%c for unbleached - and &)*<&«*<: ror
bleached; loo«e muscatel. +\u25a0 cro~nv 4c: 3 crown,
3%c; 2 crown. 3c; seedless. 2^2%e.
Nuts — Almonds, nonpareil*). l4*4<Slsc: IXL.
[email protected]*4e; ne plus ultra. 13ai3%e; Drake. 10*4
(311e: langnedocs. [email protected] I hardshell. *Vs'3tc:
walnuts. 13c per lb for Xo. 1 settshfilla, B%c for
Xo. 2 do; pecans. 14%(@1^c.; peaants;- 4"<[email protected];
pine, nuts, [email protected] per- lb. ' ="\u25a0 1 '\u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0
Honey— Comb. •14'Qll3c' for water -white and 10
«^l2e per lb for light amber: dark amber. 7'<s*c;
extracted.' 7Vic for wqlSr. white, and 3%'3*>"4"
for light amber; candled and darfc.- amber,. [email protected]
4.% c per lb. • • . ' j. " .'.•:.• :V.^
\u25a0;.; Beeswax— 27%@3ooper lb for Uslit and [email protected]
26cyf-drdark; ;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .'\u25a0:-.: ' J ..-'i-:-. '
•;>•; . ; \ Poultir-; anil Gam*" . ; : • '
' • With onl.r one <-ap of — estern chteltens rece-lred
thn«^far thfs week and -with arriTalS from- stats;
shipping- point* far below. the normal", the poul
try market Is in excellent shape for.; sellers and
stocks of all description* .keep closeljj.eleane't.jrp '
from day to day. Prices for seYtfral, descriptions
of. ehlckensr • went to higher lerels" yesterday^.
Dressed; Jurteys are attU arrl»l_g. hot: there ;is
so little demand for them and general sfferinzs-.
are so poor that it: 13.. difflcult :to.<juote Mjrlce*
accurately. '\u25a0\u25a0-There ia;.Tery little-, demand .foe
game. '• -' - ;\u25a0-'- • •"."/-•". •\u25a0*v* : f ! :. .'•".
Poultry (per doxe_).-^Hen». $«<®f>.SO for stnaH.
$7.50<g5.50. -for large and-,- $10<&12, : for., estrat
young roosters. $».50<fif < »."''o; do extra' late*". .
[email protected] old roosters. [email protected]»: fryer-,-.- $6.50(97.50:
broilers. $si§S tor large.. and $4®4.3Q.f0r. small;
rtijeks. " nominal; pigeons; $1.7,3: isqnabs,. $XGs\i
geese, $2.50©3. per pair; dressed tprkey«r,. nomi
nal. • \u25a0 • \u25a0 • '"• \u25a0'\u25a0"'\u25a0\u25a0'. '• . \u25a0 ';' ' ':'\u25a0•': \u25a0\u25a0'
" Game (perdozen)— Gi;ay . geese.: s4"@4.3rt; whit«
g*ese^s2®3: brant. $V.«QnS3,5n; bffniers, [email protected];
hare. $1:[email protected] 75; rabbits. $2<§,2_Q. :. .. '/.
' - . •• .: neaix and «"eed*» y .'
In spite of the very high price* pwvajling a
fair. bu«lnes!J In. beans. «. reported, wltn the mar- -
fret firm.- Stocks on baadKave decreased, during
the -last month -and n.0.""?" aisount.to 129.000 sacka .
to' San Francisco. • • ' •:. . \u25a0 -"K. : •• • "'
; Benns!'lper ictl)'— Bayos. $5.40<g3- 60 >" P e *- nom
inal: am-al" Avhlte-.' $4.50*3 +.£(>: larsewhit*^ S3. (5A .
©•$,00: prnk. $4.50^4.70:" re<*. $8.3£j(§.«. "5^ blact-
«>ye. $4.:lO^4".0O: Uma; 44:23^4.3D;- : red .kidneys. ....
$-*Q5.23:. cr»n»erry be»B< $4.50(5:4,r<0; Gar-an-..
•r:»s. horse • belns, J-JigS.aj. :: -\ . . : .
• Speds-^Brawß. -mustard: '4lie; .yelliiw' inqStard:
SJ-icr flasseed.' sc. carload. lets •; canary.. 3%iSs4ci-.
alfalfa. 18%Q17c; "rap>,[email protected]%c; .Imported rape...
4<g4%c; tlmot_y,.6c; hemp, B%@ : 4cj. mUlet. 3c \u25a0
per'Jb." '" ' \u25a0 •' •-•':' "\u25a0.\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 .\u25a0' ;".*' > '-\u25a0•-.:".'
' Dried' Pess^-Creeijj $*' pec.etl.' ,= •->..-.• .-.\u25a0;\u25a0 / ; \u25a0\u25a0' .
• •\u25a0' Flour and Farinaceousr Goods- .' -.-'. ••, •
All quotations- remain ahchalnged. ••»it_;.th».6r- t -^
dlnary = tr_de . reported. ;•" •f.-',' : % :.'v-^ : 'i i- •
Flour— California family • etteasi.' $S\6t!(t!7: m«*s*
without discount:, bakers*-- extras./ $6>60<g!7.;6 > 60<g ! 7.;- su^-;;
perfine. $5:[email protected];- Oregon -aqd Wa3hlngtpn % : per .-",
bbl. $6(36.20 \u25a0 for family, • bafcerV awl . "Jafents :
Jt5,20^5.40 fop cut off: Kausas "parfenw.:-- .
$6. [email protected]; -do Strafghh».::sß[email protected]?s: iPaKota ,
patents. $7.20-. do straights,-$7; da clear.: $6;[email protected];.-.'
'6.75- per bbl-- .• . ; :j :• ~y.y'-!. : - \u25a0 •'•.£."::• •' : -J '_% .•.•-''•
Farinaceous GbodJ^Pricesi In 100,1b sarks>: net;
rash, no discount, are as'folJows; .Grabani f!wirr^:;"-
f3.4oper:lOo- lbs;' rye fiour,*4; rye.T»«al.;s3>Soj .;
rice flour. $7; cpra meal.: $3125: extra: cream-d>>.'.
53.50; oat myal. $4.40; oat- grosts.. s4. 3Bo; : farina-.. \u25a0 ';
horixiny. $3.50: ' bnc.k^heat •tfoor.:vs4.«oji .'
whole wheat tioar.= $X«0-.- rolled oatsV'bbt*. $8:75 - .
ft? 7.25. In- sack-* $4^[email protected]> ej_ra cream ' Mot; $7 .1 a. ".•'.\u25a0
sacks «Tjd $7.50 -in barrels;', rolled .wttesti- bbl*. "..
$3.50;. Ip sacks. \u25a0s4.23(33:; pearl barfe7:'.ftW;>A
split peas, -hoses'; $s.7a : for -yellow .aj>4 $T,^.fo? Vi
greea.per 100 lis. : ; : ;\u25a0'.'. '.''-;•"; ••'?•,- ; : ' - : / '
\u0084.' * -. Hay _Bd.Feedatnff» :(-..;;:;. \u25a0.-.-^j**-!.
The sltnatlpn-Jn-haj °h: thti* jixen la t^e-'idr^-'-.^
cular "of Somers.& Co.: : '-.\u25a0;.• :.;. :\ :^ ••..:-' .Vv",-
' "Monday's^arriTars of :i,200 ton?^Belpf:d. s la- : . : :
crease the total -am'ount ? 'for; ,the : --eff.k-.eisdfnK.: to-!/ - ;
day to 3.2oO 'tons, as compared with. 2.920 :ton*:''.
for last week. . On- that- ipartle— ar ilay! ;:th*-JsltuaT- • -.
tion was naturally T : ery;.ivea_; «lthoqg_ for.'Se»i \u25a0'\u25a0-';
eral days previous - a"- {airly-; healthy 'vtbneT w .a'* 1 \u25a0 .
noted to the market hffe.- -'.Genej-ally-/ speaking.../;
\u25a0 the tone of the -marKet -sho^s-n'Ok ehaßge.-.Xor'the. '•\u25a0' :
locfll demand" eont!_ues * blt.'fdu_,= bTrfnjr chiefly./:
to the fact -that. *jene.Falr '.trade- eorid_lpi»'?ar.e.'^
very quiet. 'The exportation :• of hay.: ;eont.i_n*ff-;'
but moderatejy' .actlTe .with;. t_V esceptldn-^f-.-al:'- \u25a0•
falfa Bhipme'n.t;s<' to nort-erpl: points*/ *hlcb;gtiU-;..
continue «intte brisk. From '.preirenti indication;* \u25a0'•= '-'\u25a0
month or- two- -more' of trai.iij .-flO; _lfttlf_-:;-wlt_>-
Seattle, Portland, and -other eo_at ? e";tie» -tx»r.:t_?c-,
north will .probably bei'nof ad..' AJthoujTi the-'.]
situation at the- tnomen't. r9- : ' rather-. : opsa.(iisfsc-'. • •
tory. owfnsr prtndpaUj to'th?;- 9»?rsofppljr :e>p ,our !
market, yet w.e anticipate .« dome what -^ettef"'.
situation; 33 usual .after tlje- ; 7t*i-,9f
spssot's day. ' With mor«|.4n^frat»:'.shlpmei3.ts'-.t<j'.i
this- -market and with, a steadier. racr*a«lns::.-aVi? '
niand from 'Xer'ada: It' would ;seem; that, owners- \u25a0''\u25a0
o.f haymigUt still have tfop.es ToTbett'eKt-liSs*.'*'; • •
\u25a0 Bran— s27^2S.'ior- red -and-- 42-*@-_>. per Seta for- 1 '•
white. • : •".-.;; -%:•; ; .•.":;; ]s "\u25a0':'\u25a0'\u25a0•
Mlddling*^-s.'*4'S36 per ton.'. : •' ," : .":-:' ". • • ' .\u25a0.'\u25a0•.•.
\u25a0-. ; Shorts— SSQ^tSO per tot_ \u25a0\u25a0 : .- ; - '• \u25a0 '\u25a0:<"':\u25a0 ~.~'-<V
. Feedstuff^Bolled barley. »20-.5»V30(>:.-iQV tolled'
oats for feed. $33(a33;-.inlxett. feed", $28^30 tor".- '.
average lots; oilcake - meal. :\u25a0'\u25a0'; eocoknut'ea**-'
\u25a0 >f. tm-a! at ml IN. *2."> In- 2a and 10 and- T— >'.so- ta •" •'
5- ton lots; ' jobbing. • $29 ;' --corn' meal; :»3*aS»t : - =\u25a0
cracked corn-. $3.*ig39-:- alfalfa, meal, -eactoad -lota : Si
$20: jobbing. $21; red .stafr alfalfa -meal. fet>]_iVn;
carload . lots "and $21 for -jobbing:' :'aVfa)fa= --meal'-'-'-
S2O fn ear lota and, $21 " fobbing; CaproE«> ollcafre :' ~'
meal. $16. 50* per ton. .• \u25a0•"'.•' \u25a0:-.-/ \u25a0..,• ?.-,-*°
Hay — Wheat/ $14fS18.5O:":— heat'an^ 'oat^'sis •
616;- tame oat. [email protected]«; Tohwteer — tld.oat;. $9 '"''\u25a0
©13; alfalfa. [email protected]; stock hay* [email protected] per tonl \u25a0
. Straw — [email protected] per bal6. ; •-••\u25a0 : • •.-;• \u25a0 :\u25a0• .. /'.".
\u25a0Hldem Talloir, Wool -nd'flot** \u25a0*' • . £
Hops are quiet in this market, thbbgh' * 'sotkJ.
business Id Oregon' is reporte— Hides are Tt.eaii
\u25a0 though \u25a0do lower: -Wool' continues ua-'
changed..* '•-... .- . '. '\u25a0 \u25a0 '• . ; % '\u25a0-:,.. \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0.•".
-Hides — Culls .and brandy sell «boo.t ; L. 4Jtdl<*'
nnrler quotations." Hear- salted steers. i'Z&i^K'r- '
light medium. . lie: lisht. • ioe;>cowhltft»s i .toe- •
for heavy.* 10c -for -light; stTass, Sc;' saltedUklp !
10c: salted . real. .16c; • salted calf,. : iHc:..'- t trr
hides,' lO^c:. dry kip.. • 18c; dry calf. '23 c: ; dry :
veal. -21c: shen>sktus. shearlings. 20«nS.'-*:<)c :'eaeh •*" '
short wool. 50iit?5c: medium. " Ss<£gsl;; Job*'
wool. $1.25«i1.7.">:. lamb*. : .23rrg7oc': horse hlrteV •:
salt.- $2.-*W&3 for. large and $1.50(32 for ! fne'fhurti '
[email protected];$l for small and 23<350c for VelN:..horUe \u25a0
bides, dry. ".$2 182.23 -for large and $I.23i?s_. for
medium: . $sOe*4st for . smjll' ' _3<^oc-' for'
eolts; \u25a0 goatskins, crime angora, \u25a0 73c<4i$t; '-lar-e'
hair coats, 23i&.40c; medium,-"- 20TS30i;:** small "
[email protected] •' \u25a0 -'' ••• \u25a0 * •\u25a0\u25a0 -: , •'•• . .'-'
; Tallow— Xo: t rendered.- .5ig5'3 ; Xq.' .• ZKAr -
4*^c: grease. 2^3c \u25a0• ' \u25a0 "' ' .
: Wool— Fall eljp: Northern, free* mountain, ft
& 13c; -Hnmbol.lt and • Mendoefno. 13<§>loc- soh'th-"
em. more or less defective: "fVjfisSVac; fall lamb*.
[email protected] for southern and 12?£15<: for northern "
. Hops— California. l!*@23c • <ot crop, of Itw9;,
Oregons, IS'SjSoc per lb. .' •• . . . ,
\u0084'-._\u25a0 < 'enernl • Merrhn u di «c * /* ' ; ; ;• •
Bajts-^Orain Bags. IS.SimjS.W. •Jnne-Jaly deiiT
,ery; San Qnentln bags. So^c:: wool bags. "32c fm* *
3Vi lt> and .3sc for i lb;«n>ece t,wlne, Sc-per'-lb*
!; Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite eK. 1- Jic m.j
ton: Welllugton.-.512: New Wellington, $t'- 5 Com"
bay. $10: Australian house— Richmond, etc $•,•>•'.
PeUw. Main. $12; Stanford .Richmond. $I_- Cum",
herland. $15 In, bulk and $18.30 In sacks i Welsh,
anthracite. $13; cote. $16 per ton la bulk -and
$17 in sucks. . < . ...
-Oils— Hard oil U higher and sperm* oil lower
Quotations are for barrel a Linseed. $Be ' r ner*
gallon for |bolled "and . 86c for ' raw f 'cases - 5c
more; : castor- oil » in «ase*. .. No. " 1, ~lc- • niter 1 * >
AA. $1.13**1.15; CtUna.nrrt. cases. SO^TtV Jer
.gaU.cocoanut oil. In 'barrels. "SftJTS^c for XXX
72&i&J6c for No. 1 -«ndc7o®73*4c" for Xo,* V
; according to 'quantity; extra . bleached'- win'eV"
eperm oU. ***;. natural winter spermi oil Sv
uatorar whale roll. , 33c; .extra winter :»teJ»inefT
lard -oil. $1;^ pure neatsfoot Toll; 73e'- ? \ o ° 1>
neatsfoot oil, 60c:: herring oil. 4»e: salmon Vn i>
3oc: boiled fish oll.i 35c: paint ouTKkT," l\
'-..tIP-liOU. • Gasoline." etc— Water -white l-ol '
barrels or .drums. 'loc; .lso' deg. oil.- iron barrel*
or drums.: ll^c;> special t do,, l_c;*r>earl ol£ i«
i casesr 17c: ', astral.. nc;^»Ur.^7 C | e/tra ,t»r
2.k-; Elaine, J 26Vicv eocene. -20c; tk crown ? / n ri
; motor. srasolimvtn Knlk 15c: la cases v ,i ?
cnslne distlll^e. In drams. Sc; cV w td mL
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