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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
BEARS SCRAMBLE IN
VAIN FOR STOCKS
Offerings Scarce, Dealings Small
and Fluctuations Narrow
in Wall Street
Renewals of Reports of Bad
Wheat Conditions in North
west Exert Depression
Aew York Stock List
E. F. Hutton & Co.. 490 California street,
taembere of tbe New York stock exchange, fur
nish the following list of bond and etock sales
yesterday:
Sales I STOCKS I High | Low | Bid I Ask
lAIHs-Chalmers ...I J I S*4] »
Do pfd I I I 27i*i 28
. 10.900,Atnalg Copper ...j 59H sS«il 50% 59?4
400'Amer B«^t Sngar. 42^ 32 | 32% 32VJ
\ Do pti j feS 94
TOf.'Anier Can Co ..1 *hi »•%! $U !??*
r.t«; Do pfd j .| 65*4 69
7(K) Amer C & F Co.. 50*gi 5'J I 50 51
I D.» pfd 1 !..... JlO9 lU?4
200iAmer Cot Oil ...j 39H1 59^1 59H 60^
Do pfd 103 107
.. • Amer Hide & L 5^ 8
Do pfd 31 32
" 'Amer Ice Secur 1 23% 26
100,Amer Linewd ... 124 12^ 12 12* i
....... Do pfd :.... 20% 31' i
100 Ajner Locomotive 40 40 39^ 40
I Do pfd 105 108
;Amer Malt 1 5 6
" SOO; Do pf4 ZO^i 30 31 |32
7.500 Amer Sm Co ... 69"b GSH 6SU 6SH
. j Do pfd 101 H 102
300 Amer Sugar ;121 120HJ120 121
'......-... Do nffl | 116 120
.. ' • 700 i Anj«>r Steel Fdys.i 52^4 52 j 52^4 53
\u25a0-.-\u25a0 600 Amer T& T Co. 133 132* 8 132^* 133,4
jA.cier Tob pfd ..! | 91 93
100; Amer : .WooLen ...I 27 27 23?4 27U
400, "Do pfd ) 93*4 93H 93 95
. 800iAnacouda 3SH 37i» 37=4 38
[Associated 0i1. ...1 49
100 Atlantic C Line.. 112 112 111 113
4,»C«0 A. T & f**nta Fe j 99« i 98h 99 99>»4
j Do pfd 99T4 100£
S^OO.Balt & Ohio !110"h|109! 110"h|109 110iijll0',4
j Do pfd I---.-I ! S3 91
\u0084 Bethlehem Steel 23
j Do pfd ! 1 53
4,30f*8 R T • i 7SV4 ""% 77%'- 77%
3.200 Canadian Pac ..!18*'Hll& r » 186^ IS7
1.300 C & O j 74^1 73* t 734*1 73fc
C & A ) 1 26 27
400 C & G W I 241* 23H 2154 2414
: Do nfd :..... 48ia 47
BOOIC.S W J143 J142 142 143
».:vX»C M&St P .... 124i4i1£24|123 123»&
j Do pfd 1 146V4 146»4
UOti-Ou Leather ... S3 32"i 32Vi 33
I Do pfd 104U104Si
Central of N J 265 255
; Chicago Ter 4 S
: D« pfd 12 2rt
C C C ie St L 724 74^
...I Do pfd 102
500 Colo Fuel & Iron 32*4 32?g 32 32 14
! Do pfd 113 116'
C«lum H C & I 4»4 -64
Colo Southern 54 55
Do Ist vt& 73 73
•. Do 2d pfj 72 75
7.9oo;Cons.»lidated Gae. 131 135 135 ISOI4
40* -Coru Products ..j 14"4 14% 14i| 14V 4
.* Do pfd i I 734 75
500 Del & Hudson ..JlSS'i 1574 157 4 159
|D. L i W |.... 490 525
.V>o,D &R G 30V4 SO 30 304
lOOj Do pM 71 71 70 71 '
'.» iDiarnoud Match..; |..'...]. .'...] 96 OS
K«i Dlstillicg Secur.i 2*4! 2S4i 2« 254
Dulatji S S & A.j j 104 11
j no pfd 22 234
7on Erf.; 25 2i% 24% 25
10"! Do lrt pfd .... 414 414 41 43
I Da 24 pfd 314 324
, General Electric 141 142U i
20(1 Grt Northern Ore! 53 524 52-53 i
l.«""'Grt Northern pM!124»4 123* i 123% 124
2<"fi Illlcols Central.. 130 12a-» 129 130
20d.Interbc.ro Metro., lgij IS 17=4 ISU
800] Do pK 51\ 51 51 514
;l£ter Mer Marine 4% 514
' - j I»o pfd 16 16%
- jlnfr Paper '.. 104 ll"
-• I D« pfd 49 51
Tntpr rump 44 444
• ' Do pfd ....,,, »24 S3
4rK>jlowji central .. lS'i IS 174 IS
\u2666500^ Do rM 3!-,*S S4*V«. 544 35
SftOlK C Soptbern ... 284 284 28% 2S«i
Do pfd 62 63
• jl/ake ate & W 1..... 154 17
\u25ba ! I>o pfd 35 45
600.L &* N 144 1434 143 143i£
' iMcckay S4 Ss'
) D-> pfd 73 75
\u25a0 > Manhattan ! 126 130
2GG, Mexican Central. 26»i 26« i 254 26 M,
jMinn &St L.. ..........;. 24 274
•' Do Ist pM 40 70
2f<r> MSP & S SM.. 127341127 126 127
.... ! Do pfd I juo !145
.'.OfijMo Kan & Tex.. 3314' 33 324 33
i Do pM :.!<»' 65
30ft Missouri PaolSc. 59^ 4 5«.«i! SBU 594
4CiO'N«tionsl Lead 63»«. 6^%! C%% 09
l )^'°? P" \u25a0 \u25a0•--• ----- 103" 1044
- iXatwnal Biscuit.. iJo2*i 103U
". ! Do pfd 118 122
400; Nevada Cons I£% 18 IKU lKtt
.• N V Air Brake 72 75'
2.soojN T c>n:ral 114% 114 11414 1144
»...,.. NY C & St L 61'| «3
Do, Ist vM 100 110
• ; Do 2d pfd S5 90
\u2666 IX YN H & Hart] .'...150 151
•OOjN V Ont & W....J 43 43 424 43
600 Norfolk & West.. 9?% 97*4 37V Ǥ
\u2666 [ Do pf« '. SR 93
• iNorth AmerWn.. 6S 69
3. loo, Northern Pacific. lllg^ 1174 117% IIS
• jOmaha 135 j:#
• 1 lfo P fd 150 170
(Pacific Coart 102 110
• • Pacific Mail 24W 25U
m Pacific T&T Co 3n j :«vl
• Do pfd 90 85
6.3oC,Penn RR C* 12541127'r* 12S 12S«^
• jPeoples G«* jlO6 10«4
• iPittsburg Coal 18 17
\u25a0 Do pfd <R C?
• P C C * St L osu fl<?4
• I Do pfd 105' 116 .
;PreMied Steel C«r. 32 324
• t Do pfd f>r, 974
\u0084.....,Ry Stf^l Spgs Co 31 34
• •-••••i Do pfd 95 100
52.400 Reading 144«41143%|143% 143»J
Do i Ft pfd ST. BS4
» j Do 2d pfd 94 97
4OO | Republic S & 1... 31-T4 31^ 30% 31
3.700 Rock Island C 0... 33V» 32^ 324 32»l
«0| Doprd 764 75^ 75»| 76
» iSIossSS&ICo CyiiT 05
L'DopM ! 115*12*.
SL-4 SF Irtpfd f,O 67
100 Do M pfd 41 41 414 43
. SOOISt L& S W 29 2551 2«i 4 °S%
Do pfd 1.. rs «9
9.ooo'Southern Pacific. }lls 113% 114ti 114>i
lOO.Southern Rail war 22^4 22%; 2*4 "3
400j. Do pfd 541, 54U Mtt 531
* ITenne^pe Copper 004 214
100;T«xan Pacific 2«4 254 2>»' 2SK
SOO.ThJrd Aye 10^ 164 10V1 104
200-Tt>l St L& W.... 22^ 22* i "m i-"
". 300| Do p-d 47 47 4«2 48
• ..Twin C«x R T 13&4 109.
• » Union Bag & P .\u25a0; 1514
'. 100; Do pfd 55 55 55 60
58.100; Union PaclCc 163% 1624 152 Xt 1«3
lOOi Do pfd 92 92 91- 90
300; United R of S F. 3114 3P,4 29^ SO
L^/ 11 "---" 604 fii4
X S Cart Iron P 151* ]3 i^
1 Dopfd 5C «2
• 1W) l ll^^ ubb 7v 37%1 37% 3«4 374
! Do 2d pfd 701? --
60.500J.L' S St^l Cor 71% I 704 70% .70*4
IWSPZ&4 »"% 115-14 IW4 11«
l..VX,,utah Copper 42 41 41 4 41?:
2.200: Va-Car Cb«>m Co.. 53% 59»4 5»Vi r.9«i
! Dopfd US 120
IW>;W«bafh 17V4 17U 17 17>;
. 3.40Q 1 Dopfd .... 37% 36% 3*5% 37
|Wel]*.Fargo nx .. . .„ ...* 16.5 175
KKtiWcstern Union... 6114 61>4 61- 614
200 Westlnghouse ... 604 5914 5912 mX
*»!W*LE 4S '44 -4 44
500. Do Ist pfd... .. 11 I*4 .9« 10
300 1 Do 2d pfd. ...'.." 64 0 6 6»'
- I Wisconsin Central 4S 50.
200.300— total shares *old. . .
''.'\u25a0! >. '"" York Bond*
C S rff 2» reg..lOO«i]rrit " Mpt 44s .... SO'i
Do coupon ...,I(X>% Int Mer Mar 44e=63
Do 3k ie R 101U Japan 4s ........ 90U
Do coupon ....101141 Do 4V-s ....... 93ii
l>o 4s reg 114% Kan City So Ist 3s 724
Do conpon ....1144 L Snor deb 45.1931 92%
Alils-Chal lrt ss. 75U L'&'N unified 4s. 97U !
Air.er Aprteul 5».100 M. X & Tex Ist 4s fi7U
Amer T&T cr 46.1004 Do grn 44« - S4Ti
Amer Tobacco 4«..7» Mo Pacific 45.....' 774
Do Os 105 Do cv 5s ctfs.. 924
Armour 44* .... 91 NR of Mcx 445. 93Si '
Atch sren 4s flB% N V C fen 345.. 87V. i
Do ct 4s ,;....103 Do deb 4s ..... 924 '.
Do pr Sm 107 NY.NH& Hcv 55.131%
Allan C L Ist 4s. 9Z% Nor & W Ist con4s »S*i
B«U & Ohio 45.. 9R«4 Do ct 4s ..90
Do 345 ........ 90 NorPaciflc 45....100
Do S W 345.. fan Do 3s ...... 701J
Brooklyn TV cv 4s 82%;o S Line rfdjr 4s. 93-
Central of, Ga 5».1044|Pa cr 34«, 1915. 93% '
ODt Leather 55,. OS«4iPa <ron 4» ....... 103'4
CRR of XJ \u25a0 ga.'SclSl 4 Reading gen 45... fI7H
Cbes & Ohio 446.1014 St L & S,F fg-46. «OKi <
Do ref 5s 924 Do gen 5s 854 .
Chi & Alton 345. 70 6t t-S-W «-on 4s. 76V .
C, B& Q Joint 4s 95*4 Do" Jrt pold.4f. '. 59*4 \u25a0
Do r^n 4s 97« i Seaboard A L -4s. 734 •
C.M4 Stp gu 34s 914 So Pacific col 4s. rSK>. .
C.RI& Pac col 48.72 . Do cv 45 .-....'.. 97 3
Do xeUg-'U. ...\u25a0&*%. Da Ist ref *45.. OSIi I <
APATHY INTHE
STOCK-MARKET
- NEW YORK. July 15. — The j|i
stock market" today displayed - its l'\\
narrow limitations in every way. ]|
Dealings were small and fluctua- • Ji
tions narrowl The oppressive j|
weather and the "apathetic interest <|
in the dealings played their part v
in the showing. The rigidity of \u25a0\u25a0',<
the market was due also to the |
obstacles which were encountered:;!
In the course of any price move- <|
ment. Buying orders uncovered i|
on declines intimidated the bears, !;
and their efforts to secure stocks Jj
showed how scarce were the offer- |
ings. $
These efforts were not pursued
urgently on the advance in. prices,
and 1 with the subsidence of this
demand the buying orders disap
peared and left prices to drift in
an almost idle market. Selling
pressure was not conspicuous at
any level, and it was this fact
which gave the market its nega
tive strength and power of re
sistance. Last prices were not
much changed on the day. . ,
A depressing effect was exerted
by the fresh show of strength in
the wheat markets, especially
those in the northwest. Renewed
reports of bad spring wheat con
ditions poured into the market,
increased attention being given to
the Canadian situation. This was
responsible for the special weak
ness of Canadian Pacific.
The weather map was unfavor
able for spring wheat and predic
tions were for continued drought
and heat.
The spurt in cotton added to
the influence of the wheat news,
although the exemption of new
crop futures In cotton from - the
movement pointed to more purely
market conditions for the rise in
that commodity.
The demand for Amalgamated
copper was attributed to an un
covered short interest, built up
In the course, of the recent heavy
decline in that stock.
The rally in its price was ac
companied by rumors of better
ment in the copper trade situation
and by a recovery in the price of
Copper limited:
The Pennsylvania labor situa
tion weighed on the market, al
though the effect on Pennsylvania
stock itself was slight.
The prospects were for a strong
bank statement tomorrow. The
inflow of currency from the in
terior has been heavy. The first
shipment of imported gold arrived
today, amounting to more than
$1,800,000. The payment of .the
corporation income tax has been
practically" completed, thus re
lieving the New York banks from
the decline of that requirement
and leaving the week's subtreas
ury absorption merely nominal.
The general result promises to be
an addition of $5, 000,000 or $10,
000.000 to bank cash by tomor
row's bank statement.
Private discount rates receded
again in London today and ster
ling-exchange first declined and
then recovered. Early next week
the Bank of England will pay out
$20,000,000 for maturing treasury
bills, of which a series; falls
due in uninterrupted succession
throughout the summer and fall.
The tone of the time money mar
ket here was slightly easier,
especially for the shorter periods.
Bonds were irregular. Total
sales (par value), |1,416,000.
United States bonds were un
changed on call.
Colo Indus 5g 75 (So Railway u5. ...103
folo Midland 45.. 06 Do gen 4s ..... 73
Col So r&ext 4"4s 06 Union Pacific 45..300i£
Del &. Hud ov 4s. 06*4 Do cv 4s .103
Den & Rio G 4s. 92% Do Ist & ref 4s. 93»A
Do ref 5s 90Vi U H Ituttfr 6s. ..10215
Distillers 5s 60^ U S Ste*l 2d 55.. 103
Erie prior Hen 4s.- t*O% Va Car Chem 55.. 98%
Do gen 4s 65% Wabash Ist ."s 108
Do'cv 4s, ser A 65 4 Do Ist & ext 4s. 04%
Dn cv 4s, ser 860 Western Md 45... 83
Gen Elect cv 55.. 136 (Westing El cv ss. SOU
111 Cen Ist ref 4s 06 Wis Central 45... 91 '
Xew York Mining; Stocks
Alice 2.00 t Leadville Con .... VOS
Brunswick Con .. 07(Little Chief 06
C«->m Tun Stock.. 22, Mexican l.ou
Com Tun Bonds.. loiOntarlo 2.00
On Va Mln Co.. 70|Ophir 1.10
Horn .Silver 40|Stand»rd 93
Iron Silver 1.90J Yellow Jacket ... 53
\e«- York Curb Stocks
• Bid. Ask.l Bid. A?k.
Amer Tob ..410 420 iStandard 011.39S CO2
Brit Col Cop. 4% . 5 jTri Bullion... % 11-16
Bte Coalition 17 17^ United Copper 4& -5
Chi Subway. 2 2% Do pfd . . . 15 "18 '
Cum Ely ... oij 7 United R Co. 8 10
Davis Daly.. •» 1 Yukon G01d..." 5-16 4
Dolores f>'£ 6V4 Kay Central.. 2% 2 3-10
El Reyo 3% 4 Ray Con ... i«U 16" Vi
First N Cop. 314 :{»A Gila 5 6 -
Glroux 0%. 7 [Ely Cent ... % %
Gld Cons &% S^J liawn V..G 13-16 6 l.Vltf
Gl<l Daisy .. 4t* -5% Nev Hills . ..2% 2 7-10
Gld Florence.2 1-16 2% Palmer ...130 133-
Greene Can.. 6% 7 , Con Aris . ..1*; 113-16
Gng Expri-ss. — 185 Ely' Con 20 23
La Rose «... 4 4lfe Mays. iai 104
Miami 17 17>i June 20 30
Mines of Am 03 64 January 4a 51
Montg Sho. .. >4 14 Braden ...... 3 ?,4i
Nipissing ... lO^i 10% Chlno 10^10%
Snn Toy .'. . 2S 34 Ohio l^ 1%
Standard \An 32 14 , Inspiration .. 6V a 1
Do pfd ... 43 45
Boston Copper Stocks ..
BOSTON.- Julj- 15. — Lake copper, continued the
feature of the Boston market and records a
further decline- of 3^ points, with subsequent
rally to 30. Sellinc has beon scattered and the
stock receives little support. North Lake Is
weak in sympathy. There is very little doing
in other departments' of -.the market, although
some weakness is noted In Shoe common. Woolen
preferred and American telephone and other in
vestment issues are • steady, although there is
very little demand, except In odd lots.
The following list is furnished by E. F. "Hut
ton & Co., 490 California- street San Francisco-
Bid. Ask. . Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. 3V£ — Nowhouse ... 1U 1^
Allouez ..... 31Vj 33 North Butte.. 21«4 22.
Arcadian 3»i 4 Nev Con is' lfcli
Arii Com .. 12^ 13 North Lake... UK 1
Atlcntle .-..' s'*| 6 Old Dominion 32ii, 34
A P .". . 4 4*4 Osecola ; 115 ,120
Do pfd ... 14 .15. OJlbway ..... 5" \u25a0>.«
BaUkleU, .'. . 12% 13 Purrof 12K 13
«to Coalition 17 -17U Qnincj- .70
Cal & Ariz.. 45^-47 Shannon s ..... 0 ' J)U
Cal & Hecl».slO 515 Santa Fe-.r;.v1% 2
Centenpial . .. 14 15 United Shoe.. 4SV» 49
Coppr Range 60 01 Do pfd :.. 27U
Daly West... 6*4 7 Supepij Bost 7%': 7U
East Butte.. d* 7 .Super & Pitts 9%'loii
Frunklln .... 9\i'Ai) Super Copper. — 37
Granby ..... 29 'JU% Tamarack- . . . — 48
Hancock ... . 16 17- Trinity ..;... 4T' 51;-
Helvetia .... 2 2U' US . Slinlng; S3 35 14
Isle Royale.. 15 '.10 . - Do pfd - .47 • 4714
Indiana in% 11 Utah, Apex r." 2?; 3Z?
Kerr I.« W e.. 7^ _s Utah Cons ..20 20Vi
Keweenaw .. 3- y% Victoria ...... 2V4 •" 3'
Lake rapper. 2»U 25) 1i Woiverlne ...103 106
J-a Salic ... OV- 10 Wyandotte .. XV, is:
Mass Con...', 6*4- 7 ' Wlnona \u25a0'. . ... 5 ji'Sii
Mexico Con.. 35c 30c Greene Can..: 6'A 7
Mich Mln .'. 3U AVi Glroux ...... 69» 6t;
Mohawk — ; 44 _ | Ray -Con .... 16
Boston Curb- Stocks .
' Bid.Ask. i,t " Bid. Ask
Arii & Jlich. 26 30 Nev : Douglas. 2\Z • 2*4
Ahmeek 145-150, Oneco 1^ •> *
Bohemia "....; 4»y 5 Shattuck Ariz—' 27
Boston Ely..' 1H 1% San \4ntonio.. — ; . 7
Carisa ...... 8H .9V4 Sup &-Globe. 20 -25
Cactus- „.;... 2 - 2% Soutn .. Lake..; 4« 5
Chief Cons... 1%. 1H Inspiration .. 7- 714
Corbin: .5 / S l4 Davis .Daly... 1 1 i-i«
Elr - Witch ... 9 ; 10 .- \u25a0 Chino ..... . ' 10 ic, lOSi
Keystone;... 3H 3%'0h10 ......... u|; {2?
IJve Oak ... lTVft-.lßteiMaJ«tle-v.-.V.C 33 r,«
Mason Val.:.',6M. 7^|Blue Bell :.. GO . 70 \u0084
v / London Closing: Stocks
Cons for mooey.*. 82^4jLonisv & Nash..". 14S
. Do ;for. acct..S2 3-16JM.-K & .Texas.... 341;
Amal Copper .... 60% N Y* Central... .V.IISW
Anaconda .. . : . . : . ' 8 Norfolk & West . ..101
Atchison .....; r.'.102^ -t Do pfd, *:....- ' 92 ?
. I*o nfd ;."."....: 103 Ont,& Western...: 44
Bait & 0hi0..:... 113 Pennsvlvaiiia .. " 66 '
Can'Paciflc V....19i? B ißand Mines ;l..'..vy.J>Ti
• " -\u25a0-._" ... '.-.,"'
THE: SAN FRANCIe6q::GAI,L, IaTTJRO^
Uil^ mining and LocairStcicKs
Continue Quiet, Without Feature
Ches &. 0hi0.:... 761/1 Beading ...'..... 74ii
Chi Great West.. 24 " So Railway •'.-...-.. 24^4
Chi, Mil & St P. 127 ,Dr> pfd, ...'..... 50
De Beers 17% So : PacWc . .V. . . . HS^i
Den & Rio G.... 31% Union • Pacific :...167%
'\>o; pfd -. -....-... "7.1% Do t hfd ........ 04^5
Erie: 25% U S Steel ...73-
'Do: Ist pfd...-..:42V4 Do pfd '...'....'.11914
\u25a0 Do 2d pfd. ..... S3 Wabash >........:. 1 8 •
Grand,- Trunk ... . 26% ' Do pfd .......: 38«.
Ill; Central ......134 Spanish 4s \u25a0..;:... 92 "
Bar silver— Steady; 23 fid /per ounce. :
Money— lg.l^4 per cent. . ;
\u25a0 rate of discount in tbe open market for
-short, bills Is 1% per cent and for three months'
bills 2 per cent.
Treasury Statement i. ,
WASHINGTON. July 15:— The condition of the
treasury at' the beginning of business today was
as follows: *'-'\u0084 \. *»"<
Trust - funds— Gold coin, $5(U.905,6Gf1: -silver
dollars. $491,003,000; silver dollars of 1800,
$3.G5».000; silver certificates outstanding, $491,-
General fund— Standard silver dollar's in -gen
oral fund, $1.226,3f»0; current liabilities, $101,
634.111; working balance in treasury offices. $35,
~!7.S0«: in banks to credit of treasurer of the
United 5tate5.' 539,742.035 ; subsidiary silver coiu.
519,727.94 C ,; minor coin. $1,104,654; total balance
In general fund. $101.595,470. :
' Ao 'Chicago Oimcount Market ;,
, CHICAGO," July 15.— New York exchange, no
market.
. . \ew York Money Slarket
NEW YORK,- July -.ls.— Money on call steady
at 2«7;2a; per cent ; , ! ruling , rate, : 2% ncr ceut ;
closing bid, 2K per cent, offered at 2^ \u25a0
Time loans slightly easier; 60 days, .3 'i per
cent; 90 days, 4<&li' i per cent; six months, [email protected]
-o^iper cent.. \u25a0 , . . - . •
' Prime mercantile paper. 5%<g6 per cent.'
Sterling exchange firmer, with. actual business
In bankers' bills at [email protected] for 60 day
bills and* $4.8535 for ' demand. >
Commercial bills, $4:52%(5.4.53ii.' |
Bar silver, 64i<,c- \u25a0 , ' f
Mexican 'dollars, 44c. [ CJ
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds Ir
regular.
Bradstrect's Bank Clearings
NEW YORK, July lG.^Bradstreet's bank
clearings report for the week ending July 14
shows an aggregate of $3,090,359,000, as against
$3,342,401,000 last week and $3,004,250,000 in
the corresponding week last year. The following
is a list of the cities: * <
Per Cent
Inc. . I Dec.
New York 1 .$1,800,393,000 ..'. . .8
Chicago .......... 275.35i5.000 3.4 ....
Boston. 183,230.000. .8 ....
Philadelphia 147.009,000 17.0 ....
St. Louis 73.700,000 * 10.0 ....
Kansas City '- 49.623,000 22.7 ....
Pittsburg ... 52,931.000 : 13.8 ....
San Francisco 47.446,000 11.8 :...
Baltimore " 32.602.000 . 25.7 ....
Cincinnati 26.710.000 .... 10.0
Minneapolis ...... 20,442.000 ;. 13. 3 ....-
New Orleans . . 15.432.000 - -\u25a0".\u25a0 .7
Cleveland 24.428.000 25.3 ....
Detroit 20.724.000 35 .8 ....
Omaha 14.805.000 "„ 10.6 ....
Los Angeles 1«,209.000 15. S ....
1 Louisville ........ 12.558.0n0 ' ' 1.8
Milwaukee 13.322.000' 3.3 f
Seattle ...;. 12.702.000 ....* 11.3
St. Paul .....'. 11.1154.000-33.1 ....
Buffalo 10.395.000 10.7 s ....'
Denver 0.1*1,000 2.3 ....
Indianapolis 11.138,000 14.0 , ....
Atlanta' 9.»327,000 35. G-
Providence 7.543.000 ' .... 6.9
Portland. Ore 11,045.000 25.2 :\u25a0\u25a0".....: \u25a0\u25a0".....
Memphis 4,173.0"0 22.7
Klchmond 7.829 000 2.0 ....
Kort 'Worth f>,2*>S.6oo .... ' 5.4
Salt Lake City;.. . ' 0.645.0f0 20.9
\u25a0Washington, D. C. 7.40R,0CH) 1.0 ....
j St. . Joseph G. 455.000 24.0 ....
I Columbus ' ft, 007, 000 .... 2.1
Albany 5,35^9.000 ....
j Taconaa "' 5.761.000 ...-. 2.7
• Savannah 3.960.000/- 33.5 ....
Spokane, Wash... 5,015.000 32.0 ....
Toledo '.- 4.019,000 8.5 ....
Rochester 4.120.000 - .6
Nashville 3,734.000 11.6
Hartford 7.703.000 9.5
Dcs .Moines ... 3,654,f»00 .2.4 '....
Pooria '2,525,000 , .2 ....
Norfolk 3.103.000 17. 1
New Haven :. 3.24f,000 ".".' 10.3
Sioux City 2.794.000. 2.7" ....
Wichita 3.450,000 25.0
Grand Rapids 2.577,000.'. — 9. S ....
Syracuse ; ..'..- 2,911,000. -'• 18. 5 ....
Aueusta, .Ga 2.259.000 '-' 81.3 ....-
Birmingham ...... 2.492,0"K> 34.4 .....
Springfield. Mass.. 2,531,000 3.4 ....
Eransville ... 2.699,000 - 28. 3 - ....
Dayton : . . . /2,616,000 25.4 ....
Oakland. Cal._;. 3.651,000 66.0 ....
Oklahoma ...... "2.411.000 39.4 ....
Jacksonville, Fla. 2,608,000 40.fi ....
Portland, Me. 2,559.000 14.9 ....
Worcester .... 2,419,000 41.0 ....
Little Rock 1,670.000 15.9 ....
Knoxvllle 1,1*02,000 \u25a0 31.1 •*....
Wlieelinc, W. Va. 1.857.000 1.5 ....
Charleston,- S. -.0. . 1.540.000 27.8 ....
Chattanooga - 1.610.000 8.6 •
Lincoln ': 1, 502.000 10.8 ....
Wilmington, Del.. ; 1.596.000 J2.7 - -'...
! Mubilo. , \u25a0 \u25a0 i;301.W0 .... 4.3
Topeka .......... 1.312.000 3.2
Davenport 1.195,000; 10.4
I Wilcsbarre ....... ' 1.440.000 12.8 ....
Kalamazoo. -Mich. . 1,342,000 - 5.2-- ....
Fall River 1,140,000 27.3
i.Cedar Rapids, la. . 1.2:J.">.000' 2.4 .
Sacramento ....../ 1,468,000 17.9
New Bedford...':...: '", 1,215.000 14.6 ....
Springfield", \u25a0 111 ' 85D.000 - '..-.. 1.8
Macon .; -. ; 855.000 ' 22.4 ....
Youngstnwn ...... . ' 47.5 ' . ..
Fort Wayne 1,115.000 13.7 ..:.
Helena .......... 877.000 14.0
Fargo. N. D...*.;. 941.000 s 22. .1 ....
Columbia, S. C. . . 786,000 54 .7
Akron ........ 1.200.000 4-"i.2 .....
I Canton. O \u25a0 ' 1,219,000 /'SS. 4 ....
I Lexington -..,....: f;04,000 is. 9 .....
i Erie, Pa. ' 731,000; .... 12.7
Sioux Falls. S. D. 1,124,000 70.3 ...„
Rockford, , 111 1.000.000 4'_'.2 : ..
Quiney. 11l , 544.000.. 12. S ....
BloomingUra, 111.... 540,000 23.5 ....
Springfield. 0..^. C 55.000 7.8 ....
Chester. . Pa.; .." a -530,000 -4.3 . ....
Sonth Bend. Ind... 604,000~ 4.4 ....
Lowell' .. ,i"K2,000 . 2.S ....
Blnghamton ...... , r 503,000 ' : . 1.5 ....
Jackson, Mi^5."...., . .459.000 67.5 ....
Decatnr." 111..... . 452,000' 7:2 . : . .-
Mansfield, 0...... 419,0(X> " 14.1 ....
Fremont, Neb.'.... • .204,000 10. i) ....
Vicksbnrg. Miss... -' 261.000 ft. 2 /.:.-;
Jacksonville. 111:.. . 2f>4.CKK> 5.1; ....
•Dulutb. Minn.... '-.' . 3.268.000 6.6 ....
•Serantou, Pa -2,932,000 13.7
fHoHston ....'.* 24,118.000 ...: 3:4
tGalveston . . . . ... ' 11,623,000 2.4 ....
York, 1'a..... ......' .875.000 .... .;..
. • *Not included in totals , because - compadsuns
are incomplete. . fLast week's:.
Imports of: Mcrcbnndi.se
NEW YORK, ,' July 15.<j— Imports of 5 merchan
dise and dry* goods at thexportof New York for
the week ending July 9 were valued at $16,110,-
Slo. .\u25a0 ' \u25a0- - - -. <. • ' ' : : .'\u25a0 '.. \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0 '1 -\u25a0 : ...; .
'-.Imports 'of specie for the 'week, ending * today
were $33,043 silver and*sl 10,277 gold. \u25a0 \u25a0
Esporls of specie for the week ' ending -\u25a0 todar
weresS3o,947 silver aud $22,400 gold.
Weekly Trade -Review . . :
NEW YORK. July 15.— 1t. '«. Dun & Co.'s
weekly review tomorrow will say: ' '
"Business in - all its , branches waits '; on the
outcome of the year's crop. .• In the meantime the
leading industries are experiencing r something
more 1 than the' customary midsummer dullness,
and curtailment of production and priceconces
sions continue." . • .- a .' \u0084«--?•
"There is an improved demanff- in footwear.
The hot weather has helped the distribution of
merchandise in some lines,: and 'retarded it : in
others. Retail trade Is much better than whole
sale tratfe. which has been : largely 'demoralized
by.the price; situation. "-This indicates a fair
consumption of merc-hnndise,. making -for sound
conditions at the bottom. . . \u25a0; • ;..,?\u25a0>;,
"WtU the advent of fall a great awakening of
interest is looked ; for in Mron and steel. \u25a0 Pro
duction of pig iron continues ata go«xl rate; but
uncertainty as to prices is | a | deterrent , influence
and accumulated stocks have a depressing effect
Advices from: the Pittsburg'. district indicate'that
the railroads > are in somewhat .urgent' need of
equipment, '• and they \u25a0: are expected to enter the
market as active -buyers ; before- long. In.most
directions the Etrnctural trade gives promise of a
goo<l future business. " \u0084.-"-' ->:=';. , -
\u25a0 ."Iron bars are I fairly | active' and prices" are not
firm, ,- but steel bars .: continne ' in-- good demand:
The outlook ,as \u25a0 regards < the i fuel v 'situation '*" has
slightly . improved and \u25a0- there . has ' been - some - con- ;
tractlng .f or \u25a0 the • last half -at - an ' advance *of \u25a0 10c
to 15c over quotations' for; spot; coke."'. '• r: - r.
"Dry goods !- buyers are coining ; to: thY; markets
more . freely. ., and ' many will \ attend .,; the semi
annual; meeting -of; the wholesalers' /aßsoclatlon
next'week. •\u25a0: \ •\u25a0--::''. '\u25a0\u25a0-""•v. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-.' \, -,-. . ,-
>' '.'High cost cottony and low-priced' goo<ls.sUll
force, a -•material*:'' curtailment-', of \u25a0 production*.
Some export" trade, was booked for Chinaand.Red
sea , delivery : at values , based jon *"\u25a0 12 « cent cotton
atfd miscellaneous export trade holds steady: .- -
%• -The opening of men's weqr lines for spring Js
under , way; and ! the Ueadlng" producers will show
their new : styles next/. week.-.. - \u0084.-•: . , , , •
;'• 'The s strike of, garment workers impedes dress
goods deliveries i to , cutter^. - is; a - better
tone ;.ln. silk 'markets. ; where t spring -for
foulards; are .already belngiplaced by -southern
jobbers : and where S: the ! cutters rare • beginning •to
order satins for; fall more freely.* '... • « -. \, .
v 7A J fuir quota of buyers are howlin- the Boston
market and many, of- thenv;have : contributed "to
the : recent -1 trade f in " footwear.: by.; placing i good
fall ; orders. \u25a0' \u25a0/, \u25a0 • - .; . ; ;f; f - -. \u25a0=..--.-
'-' -t.Vl.ow. ' prices -\u25a0 were " accepted >' on '\u25a0•\u25a0 late sales
LeatherJcontinuesigenerally- steady."- - -. •\u25a0 '.
-v Uradstrect's tomorrow .'will, say: '. : \u25a0;.'
r "Quiet i : still -characterizes "mo^t Klines -of 'trade'
and .-industry. ; with^operatlonswiimlted-bj'lvaca
tions and snmmpr ; shutdowns. "ThPi first' of "the
fall; buyers' are; in- thcUeading; markets,-- but hhe
operations ; are - conducted with, caution pending
nearer views of the crop outcome.- .:
'..'Trade: as a whole Is claimed to be equal to or.
In-excess'of last =• year '.at ithis period, but,-ex
cept where ; bbt -.weather; demands .or • clearance
sales have • resulted 1 In ) broken \ stocks, . shipments
of- goods are . light. | Collections . are . generally,
classed, as fair to slowr • - .., ' .. -' -
"^'.•lncreased moistureiu the northwest, has iled
to a. more optimistic feeling as to spriug wheat,
whlcb \ tended to dispel some of \u25a0 the crop scare
talk current- for : some ' weeks \u25a0In that section,
encourage some fall buyiug and- restrict cancel
lations, though much damage* is conceded done.
In the:;, southwest the 'results of "-the -winter
wheat, harvest/and satisfactory progress by corn
have made- for a 'better feeling- as to future
trade."" though immediate demand has not picked
up materially. ;\u0084. \u0084 .
. "In the. south trade is quiet. At the largest
eastern markets the trade-Is still largely of the
waiting character. ...-Curtailment- is largely in
evidence "in \ the iron | and steel, cotton, woolen,
coal, lumber nnd coke, trades. ; .The'-labor-situa
tion'-is disturbed, owing to strikes'of clothing
makers at New York and 'threats -of strikes, for
higher I wages on I the Pennsylvania system east
and west. . ' \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 <.;'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u0084...- . .'- .. ' \u25a0 -,' ;;;, . .•"^--,
VBuslness failures in the United States for Uie
week ending -July 14 were 202, against IS2 last
week. 206; in the same week of 1909, 25S in
1008. 177, iv 1907. and 188 in 1906. .:;>-. ' \u25a0
'•Business failures in-; Canada for -the week
number 24. which compares with 16 last week
and . "If. in the same week of . 100 ft. .r : -; "
, "Wheat • (including -flour) exports from the
TTuited States aud Canada for the week' ending
July ; 14 aggregate 1.190.24.S bushels. . against
1.5(;:>,775:1a5t weekend 1,408,100 this -week last
year. :. x \u25a0' --. .-.. •\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-_.- :\u25a0 -\u25a0 \u25a0; \ •\u25a0 . • -.- \u25a0 ; \u25a0\u25a0' . : - ';
"Corn Wports for tlie week' are 04.757 biwhels.'
against 100,072 last week arid 100,113 in 1900."
Xorthern :BuMinesui "' •.
TACOMA; July 15.— Clearings, $853,130;- bal
ances, $70,390. -•'\u25a0•.- '" ..- -• : \u25a0 '\u25a0'- \u25a0' -
\u25a0SEATTLE. July 15.— Clearings, • ?1,902.552;
balances, $203,556. --.---
SPOKANE. July 15.— Clearings, ?6SB.CSS; bal
ances. $64,517. - - \u25a0-• •• : •
PORTLAND, July 15.— Clearings, $1,456,070;
balauces, •$111,493.
Loans, Exchange and Silver
Prime, mercantile paper 5 [email protected] per cent
Loans on real e5tate... .'..'.... s^@B- per cent
Sterling exchange, 60 .day5.. .. — @4.53« i
Sterling exchange, sight ....... — @4.55%
Sterling. exchange, cab1e5.......— <S£4.S6Ji "
New- York eschauge. sight; .— % ' •*>
New York exchange, telegraphic. — @: TMs
Hongkong exchange, sight...:... — @ 43 1 /.
Hongkong; exchange, telegraphic. — <m '43% ,
Silver, per ounce. — @ \u25a0- 54% .
Mesicau dollars, n0mina1. ...... — <S5 50
• 'CONTINENTAL
New York on Pari5. .'....... - 510%
New York on Mexico ..;. 201%
Berlin on London .. ...::.•;.' .^. .25.20
Paris on L0nd0n... . .. .'. .20.45 \
STOCK MARKET
The only change of note in Ideal securities
yesterday was a decline in • Associated iwl to
$45.fi2H. - Business was very quiet. Stocks ex
divideud were: . California fruit eauners' asso
ciation, 60c:; Philippine T. & T. . corporation,
13 l-;tc. :.-.,- .;, \u25a0 , , .
California wine association stock was ex rights
to subscribe- to the- new issue of preferred \u25a0 stock.
The mining stocks continued quiet. ; The Cora-,
stocks were unchanged and the ouly noteworthy
variation in the southern-- Nevada* was a decline
in ! Goldfield - Con., from $B.§o to $5.60. Giioux
Con. advanced from §6.6214 to $7. \u25a0> ..
For the month of June a total of 3,300 pounds
of bullion and 41 tons of coucentratf-s were ship
ped from the Tonopah Extension compauy's mill,
returning about- $44,000 -gross, leaving a net
profit for the month of between $13,000 and $2<>,
000.- The" present- run of .tbe mill averages about
120 tons per clay, but*Jt r i* planned to raise this
In . the ' near future to". 135 ton?.. The average
value of the ore being treated is between $14
and $15 a. ton. • \u25a0: •
The , Tecopa Consolidated mine . shipped 11G 50 j
ton carloads of ore during the-nionth of. June,
tho estimated value of- the ore being $16 per ton,
giving, a gross value, of $92,800 for the month's
output. The .values are in lead. iron, gold and
silver. Seventy cars were shipped to the Amer- 1
ican smelling and, refining company at Salt- Lake
aud'46 cats were sent to the smelter at Needles:
'Assessment Directory. Comstock Mines
\u25a0 \u25a0*\u25a0 Company— No. Del.' Bonrd Sale day Amt.
Crown Point.. 6 June IS July 20.10 j
Central Eureka 24 June 12 . July 16 .02Vi
Justice ... Q June 25 , July "10 .03 \u25a0.
Chollar ...... M3 ' July 3 July. : 29 .10
Ophir ...;..•.. SO July r 4 Aug. 2 • .25
Alta : ". ... 78 July "*,4 Julr 20 .03 .
Belcher ...... 02 July 4 July 20 .10
Gould & Curry. 17 July 17" Aug. 10 .10
Silver Hi 11.... 39 -" July 22.' Aug. 22 .03 V
Mexican .;....101; July 23 Aug. 17 .20
Alpha ' C0n.... 14 July 80 Aug.; 24 .05
Con. Imperial. 70 July 31 Aug.2s .01
Best & Belcher 93 ' July 31', Aug. 24 .10
Con. Virginia..' 15 : Aug. " 1 ' Aug. 2<i .25'
Hale&Norcross. 27 Aug. 2 Aug. 26 -.10
Julia ;:........ 15 \u25a0 Aug. 6 Sept. 6 .03
Scorpion ..... 18 Aug. 11 Sept.. 6 .02,
Bullion ....... IS Aug. , 11 Sept. 12 \u25a0- .05
STOCK AXDBOXD EXCHANGE'
. ' "FRIDAY, July 'ls— lo:3o ?&. m.
UNITED STATES BONDS
. .. Bid. Ask.! : j : ..Bid. Ask.
4s <ir cp new — — |3s-qr-coup.-. . — .- — \
\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. MISCELLANKOUS BONDS
Ala A W ss. — 100 Oak Tran 6?.107 ' — -,\u25a0
Am It El ss. 90 — Oak Tran 55.102^ —
Asso Oil SSj — 09*4 O Tran Cn 55.1024 —
Bay CPC 5*.103 104 O Trac'Cn.Ss — 88 -
Cal CG ss. 101 — O Trac Co 5s — 93
Cal G & B e O-W gtd 55. -95 — '
m& ct ss. 100% 101 Om Cable 6s.: — 1004
Cal st G 5s;l00 — PacG-Im 4s. SO \u25a0 S"4
Cal Wine ss. S7 — P E Ry 55. .103, — .
(Jitv El 55.. — - 90 Pac I.\P Ss.;im% 97U
C •*' Wat ss. — 100 "Do gtd ss. 994 —
Do g inp:ss: — 034 Pac -T&T ss. 054 9614
Ed El 'LA "58.100- — P-& C H 6s. .OS .— ' \u0084
Ed.-'L&P.;'6s.'.-— 10f». P & O R 65.100- —
Hurt PU^s SC 00 People's Wss Gfisj 07V>
First'F Tros.lol — Prrvvellst 65..100 V —"
F& CH 65.102 — : Sac . EGi-RSs. ICK>V£ "—
II C&S ss. 104% 105 Vi S.Diego R 5s — . ' —
Hon RT 6s. 104 X — \u25a0 S J L&P 55.95i/' 07 \u25a0
L Tahoe' Rss — 98 .SFEIRy 5s —" —
L A.Elec 03. - — SF.O & SJSS.IO2U .—
LAG &. Elss..— 100 Do 2d mpss — ' .9514
. Do Cor ss. 9S — Do Con os. — ;06
LA Ry 59. .106 — . SJ&'.SGR 44s — 00
LAL \u25a0gtd-Ss.lOO — Sierra, R 65.. — 1094
LAP lem, ss. 103 — . S P of 06s
LAP Cal :ss. 100 1024 ~(19I2) ....104 —
Marin W on. :'.— — SPC 1c s ."V5.1121/!; — •
Mkt' st C6S.KUI3 — S P; B It T,5.124 T —
\u25a0 Do leni sh. 1)0 '-f SPRIt Ist r4s J)J — '
MV& -MtTss. — — - ' Stkn G&U Hs.Kh? —
N.R of C 55.112 — SV W g m«4s 89?4 90 •
NO:Ryss..loo ;— II G & X ss. ~-^-- .— T
NO P -Co ss. loo: — UR of -SF 4s. 68*4 — :
N CP Cv 5s !>4 • 95^4 VallcJo.Ben &. - ' \u25a0
N Xl Co ss. KS ; :Napa.;. RHokV , —
OGL&U 05.102 — Val-Co.P ss. 100 102 -
: •\u25a0•\u25a0, t WATER STOCKS - -.-. :''-"\u25a0
Marin Co"..— —IS V Wat Co. 47% ASK
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS: \u25a0
City El Co.. 5414 55 Pac; L pfd... — —
N Cal (Power — 6i :Do com . '..; 604
Oro W, L&P CO»4 — - • '
INSURANCE STOCKS ; - ,;.i
Cal Ins Co.. — SO Pac.CttJas C 0.154 —
Firemn's -Fd.23"4 : I •• \ •-> • ' i .
. -. •• ~ BANK STOCKS : .
Am Ntl Bk.' — - 1274 First Natnl/,2374
Anglo & Lon. 150 — Mer'. Nat Bk. — .I—':'
Bunk <>f Cai:4oS4 .— " S, V National." - — — "
Cent •\u25a0.Trust.'. 118 (Union T Co;. — '.-.'
.SAVINGS BANKS " ,",
Ger S &• L.2500 2925- S F Say U. .50S4^—
Hnm- S . Bk:-.12r» - l'.O v Say, & L So. : — 125'
Mut Say . Bk. 65 75 Sec 5av8k..320 —
STREET- RAILROAD STOCKS /•:•:
California ; . — - —-. | Presidio ..... 25 82^
• POWDER STOCKS •
Dll Pont pfd 53%,90 Giant : Con ..704'—^ •'
Do com ..130 147 r ,' -.'••• -
SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. t 4O- 41 iMaknweli SC 39 40
HonokaaiSijO 1» 19?4|Onomea S C.4G4
Hutch SP C 17»4 lS^ilPaauhau S- 0/26.4 27 :
KilaueaiS C. 13-14 '\u25a0 I Union SCo".. 70 '• 75
",.-;: oil, stocks i • v» \u25a0 :
Amal "Oil Co. — • .— sterliiiß Oil ' '. 2 —
-Afsi> Oil Co. 454 — ' w Coast -Onf — 101 \u25a0"\u25a0?.
Palmer "0i1..; 1.32 14 'Do com >'— ;_ '
\u25a0;..MISCKLLANKOUS ; STOCKS "
Alaska PA.- SD9i- — .- Pac Aux FA — 5
Cal V Q A:. 100 — -i Pac \u25a0('.- Borax. 155 —
Cal Wino A. — 2S Pac TA-T pfd — — ;:
MV&vMtTm.. — ' — .Do winy/,. TilK "34
N'Alas S;Co-~', \u25a0—' Philip ;T,fe,T:224:2-4y'
« ';: 160 Alaska Packers! . A55n.'. ....... .'90.00
.« "-10 Associated- Oil- C0. ..:;...;.....- 46 00? V
,/ . 100 Iloiiokaa." Sugar '.Co -%%-. -.'."V,-: . . ..- 19.00 > '-:•
\u25a0 •'.: 25 Spring Valley Water C 0:..;. ...i4S 00 : \u25a0"
JU'..OOO PeoplH-s .Water : Co - 55 ... ... '. . ; .67 00 -V
;?3,000 United. Gas. & -^Electric 'ss. :.'.'..; 98." 75 \u25a0
" - -;; „\u25a0\u25a0 Afternoon .Session .":\u25a0. - : ' ,;
-\u25a0'-\u25a0•-'.Board—.- : -\u0084-.-, •\u25a0 "• \u25a0 . . -. ".* \u25a0; '
i, 100 ' Associated Oil ; Co . :. *.\Y.
i TV Associated Oil Cor. 1 ..". ...... ...:43.62U
fi'<2lo City Electric C 0.'..... :\u25a0 . . 54 SO \u25a0-
y» i* /C-Jl ; gP nn ,«.' Valley /Water C 0. .... . . .. :4: 48 .00 ;
:|2-°OO S P IJ.n lst r rerdß-45........-94.124
$1,000, S F.^ Oak &,S- Jose Ry 55...... .102.50?'
fo " v \u25a0 ' \u25a0 -.- street— \u25a0 \u25a0 -y \u25a0,'\u25a0-'-\u25a0 \u25a0• --\u25a0 . -<-•', - \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0"
;;f".000. United; Gas :&."; Electric*, 5s .":.v.: 98.75 ': :
?:\u25a0 h* listed.- securities - \u25a0<-;
• : ";' : '^ ; d !2 C \u25a0- t i* R • & Electric :\u25a0 (common) ; 54.75 .',
«f "ill. '•**•\u25a0\u25a0 »« alley . .'. ...;\u25a0. . . . .-. ; . ,-T.lll 25. •
$10.000 Ocean Shoro V. . . ..:: ; . . ... ; ;•>} ; 3o!oo .
MINING STOCKS;
Fon^ vFHANCISCO STOCK- EXCHANGE : .
;,™ n °) rln * w «e - the .- aales i on : the .- San : Fran^
cisco stock: exchange /yesterday: ' ; , ;\u25a0" v
\u25a0; .;\u25a0->' COMSTOCKSV \u25a0\u25a0' '\u25a0 , ;':; ': • >-V
\u25a0^\u25a0;*V' Resular.; Mornine ..Session^ ."."- , . . •
iJmhV ,9 aled r nla ;\u25a0 ••• - ; • <" o |' 200 «avage :: ... . . ; .:•- 1 7
•vS S? f;! ;! (lv ••"'••\u25a0; '27 100, Seg;Bclcher .. 21
f™> ': ll A h ? I }** f! *i On.-Al IKVJO : Silver; Hill; My/i 04
? SOU Ophir :.... ;.1.i2»i1-COO Union' .";.",;-,;. 30
SUMMARY OP
; THErMARKETS
New .York stocks , and coppers Ir
resmlar. r ;-,- \ '..- - /'\u25a0\u25a0-' V 1
.Spot; cotton 40 points higher. V
Oil, mining and local . stocks quiet.
rSHver I; higher. ; : Exchange - un
;';• 'chanKed.'" ' -' . -;..'. ; ..; '' \u25a0 • .' } '
Wh*eat^ and barley still advancing:.
Oats firm.' . -
L ?*°. 1 f® l ?., barll f y marked up/
-Hay rand beans unchanged. " •>
<; Prune market quoted very firm.
I L *y e l n °KS advanced •to /lOc.
- .HaniH, bacon, and -lard flrni.
ESBs .higher and butter; firm.'
Potatoes and onions easier.
.'Stocks: of fresh /fruits: still large.
:;Po"ultry; market weak. {\u25a0>?£
100 Overman .....: Pj| ."OcUtah ......... 06
'\u25a0*£\\ r T> ... '\u25a0 \u25a0-' jA-fternoon-.Sewlon .- .- \\
mSSt gulUon"g ulUon " ••-..." 101 400 Occidental ..... 36
t£> Bruns. Chollar. 11l 200 Ophir ='.i .1.10
-299 s runs Chollar/- 10 200 See Belcher ... 20
' ?,°5 B , runs * Patosi • ' 10 200 Sierra Nev ... ~21
,?,^ V. hoI , lar •••••• 1« 100 Sierra Xer ... .22
on . Mexican .....1.05 SCO Sierra Xcv ... 2-J
\u25a0:ij9j > - o /- cWpDtal "- 34 100 Union .... 30
Occidental ... 35 - ...
: \u25a0••, ' ' • :"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0'• Inforuia Session
.-? 0 ? Best & Belch. 25 500 Con Va M 66
7000 Bruns Chollar. 10 ' 200 Mexican ....1.02V»
!-n»! -n » "r n . ls Chollar. :11 100 Savage :...... 16
000 Chollar..-. :."}.'; 13 200 Seg Belcher ... 20
*^ V« Con Va M \u25a0 •\u25a0\u25a0r - 65 300 Sierra Xcv ... 21
100 Con Va M : .. . 6» 300 Union . -; .>\u25a0 , iO
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
. Bld.AskH • Bid.Ask.
A P ha : . — 04 Hale & Xorc. W IS
Alta ......... — i2Julla ......... .— : 10.
\u25a04"i d f : """"" 12 14 Justice ....:..— -10
BelchQr .....;_i. .75 Konruck ..... Vi 15
o ,{, Belcn - 23 26 Mexican- :..... 1-.02 1.05
Bullion ...... 08;: 10 Xew.fcorkCon- 03 —
Bcunrs Chollar. Hi —X Gould & C. 22 - —
Bruns ,P*tosi. Off —iOccldental .... \u25a035 —
Caledonia.... co 51 Ophir 1.10 1.15
J-assidy. ...... 23 30 Overman ..... 94 P5
Challenge Con -14 \u0084 16 Potosl ........ "— 4t»
S ho L lar "'-\u25a0••'••• '15 . 16Sft\n K e ..16 17
Confidence^ ... — 7,"> ...... = — 06 f
Con Imperial ; :02 03 Seg Belcher . . . ' 20 21 ,
Con -V a M- Co 65 06 Sierra Nev • ... 21 " 22 :
Crown Point.. 70 Silver Hill .. . 03 — j
L.Sierra Nev: > 00 .-—Union ........ 30 31 !
Exchequer ... — . 18 utah .;;...;.. 05,'CKi
On }r^ r F nr^ :ll -12| Yellow Jacket. — 60
- iONOPAH AND GOLDFI ELD : STOCKS
•»oaa 01 ' K^ular Morning Session
-/^r> S lu^ Bull •••04 2000 Fairvw HaiUt. 03
I™ tsgle's Xei-t.. -07 600 Nev 'Hills ....2.50
\u25a0f, Jairvw Eaglo. .45 100. Nev' Hills ..2.47»i
-VV \u25a0_ Do^ 8 10 --- 5o 100<>: Tramp. Con . . 04
rfo4 Fairvw Eagle. 40 395 Tramp : Con .. 03
__.."•\u25a0 Afternoon Session - ; . ••
'-.>?. Sf'mont -. .:..3:80l 500 Mizpah Ex ... 34
' SJi s'ueßull '... -05 1500 "" Do, b 30...: 34
fTJKfS?? Kra < ; ti0n. : , 50,1000 Nev -Hills 2.45
i<X>. £afrvw Eagle." 45 1000 Nev Hills ..2.42U
• .H»0 Fairvw G Bid 02 7000 Oro '. . . 00
oOO : Fa irv w G Bid -03 200 Round Mt ... 49
I{l1 { 1 * lorrn Cc •• • • .2.05 90 Round Mt' 1 . . . 150
AX) Florence ...2.07V. 200 Ton of Nfv... 8. 50
,VJr V ld Con M---S-70 300 Ton of Nev... 5. 80
12011 Jumbo Ex -:'. . 25 150 Ton of Nev.. .S. 65
i^OOMau Doxtcr... OHj 100 West End ... 5G
000 Miznah. Er *. . S3! ' :. . . '.
-."'-.' Iniorunij Session
-}°0 Belmont ...3.R2>5|1000 Gld Con M.:.5.70
\W Belmnnt, .... .S.wtlOOO- Jumbo Ex -25
.l.>o Cum E1y ...... -.75! (JO Nev Con .-...18.00
250 Cum Ely -..o.^i 240 Nev Con ..15. 12V,
230 Wroux C0n5. .6.75 200 Nev'Hllls :...2.40
iajO f Glroo.x Cns.C.S7U 15C0 Raw Coalition. 15
luO Giroux C0n5.. 7. 00
; : CLOSING QUOTATIONS
\u25a0 CALIFORNIA
. Bid.Ask. - "-- "••;\u25a0- Bid.Ask.
Argonaut ....'_ 2.75 Kennedy ... ..11.00 —
Bunker Hi 11 ..5.00 —So Eureka M. 4.50 5.00
tent -Eureka.. 65 70 r "
.'.'. - NEVADA ' ' '
' -: :. Tonopab District
„", • B!d -Ask. - .;•'.».. Bid.Ask.
Belmont- ....;3.52 3. 55 North Star ... 06 07
Jim : Butler . . 25 — Rescue. Con . . 02 03
>lßcNamara .. 31 — Ton Exten .... 75 —
M idway ..... -23; . — Tou of Nev. ..5. 50 8.60
Mizpab Ex .. 33 —West End ... 55 —
Montana :. -. • OS --.. 00j < " .-.,
'*..•\u25a0 I Goldflelrt District - -
Adams ....... -^-roilGld Portland.. — 01.
Atlanta ...... -11 v lSlGldKewanas.. 05 06
n" c se!5 c ! \u25a0-••• Ol 02 Gld Merger M. — 09
Blue Bull ... 04 .05 Grandma .... — 02
Booth . r. .... 12 13 Great - Bend . . 02 03
C O,D. ...... 07 — Grt Bend Anx. — 01
Columbia Mt.. 04 —Grt Bend Ex.. — 01
loin Fraction. 49 50 Jumbo Ex 25
Commonwealth 03 — Kendall ...... : 02 ' ' —
Conqueror .... -01 ,02 L^ne Star .... 02 03
Cracker Jack . 01 :• : 02 Oro .... . . .... OS 00
K«*s.v ..^-....05 06 Red Hills ..."...' W. 04
Dmdfld Trngl.: '— * .01 Ked Top Ex../01 02
Florence .....2.05 2.10 Sandstorm ..;;—' 04
Florence Ex.. . — 01 Silver Pick -.06 —
Frances Mhk. 04 —St lyes" ....'.. 13 ' —
Gold Bar Gld -.04 — Wonder .'..... "— 01
Gld Con M-. .5.60 5.75 - \u0084 . -
Bullfrog District '
Amethyst ....'— 01 Mont Bullf-rog.. — 01
Bonnie - Clare.. .05 " — Montgomv Mt. — 01
Blf rg Nat Bk . — 01 Tramp Con . . 04 05
[Homestoke K. — 01 Tecopa Con . . — l; 05
Mayflower. Con 03 -04 Valley View... 01
;w; w — • ManhatUn ' District
: Man Big Four 02 OolMustang Man.. 01 *C>
Man Con .... 03 — Pine Nut . ... — 01
Man Dexter... 02 ; 04-Strav Dog . 01 02
Mineral- Hill.. — 01|Thanksglving.. 03 04
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"* Other -Districts -
Balloon Hill.. — o>; Nev Gold Dev. — 01
Eagle's Nest..* 06 OS.Pitts S Peak.. — ' 65
! I alrvw.. G ; Bid 02 O-I.Ramsev .. _ 01
Fairvw Ha list ,03 04 Raw Coalition. 14 15
Fairvw Eagle. — 45 Raw. Queen .. 25 —
Jack- Pot.;.. 02- ,— Round Mt ... 46 —
Nev Hills ...2.32 2i37 .;• >
_ \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0' „, '. Conprr Stocks
Cum Ely v. . 5.57 <?.12|Nev Cons ..IS. OO 15. 25
|(xiroux. Cns. 6.57- 7.00 . - „
OILSTOCKS
..Ihtf oil stocks ; continued dull and uninter
esting yesterdaj-.' Associated ' was lower at
$4.i;00 and Claremont at $1.25. • Palmer was
!™2.70i13' 37 - S -W > -' aDd ; Maric °i, a t3a hl « her
-The following stocks were ex dividend: Home
stcke 10c anrt Alnia 3c. v
"i ?r^ c >: palnier '\u25a0 Xo - \u25a0 1 W *U J« - reported dotns
I.4CKK barrels and the Xo. 2 well 7.01S barrels
per .day, jrlvlntt_a total : production of 8,418
barrels. .Well No. 3. is down 2,1°0 feet Vo 4
2,.Vw> feet and No.'* 5 533 feet. - ...
UThe New I Pennsylvania i well has been' put on
the pump and Is producing 200 barrels per day.
wuh a strong gas .. pressure '. and of
turning out -a. good iwell.
.Tbe.Twentyi.five'niU oil. company is erecting
two new rigs . on its property located in sec
tion 2.». \u25a0 • : - : ' ••\u25a0 '. *
• Blue Moon No. 1 isreported to hare shot oil
over the top of vthe derrick yesterday while
some work was being-done on the, casing. :Tlie
gusher lasted only" a few- minutes and was prob
ably caused by the disturbance of a gas pocket
.'The 1 Marteopn .Natioual has again" sanded up
after .the break . which | occurred -.yesterday, and
it will not be opened again until arrangements
can. be made with the Producers' transportation
agency for the carrying away of the oil. The
well broke away, from control * when oil sand
was reached .at 1.200 feet- and the oil spurted
over tho top «f . the derrick.' No oil was lost,
however. ; as it was all caught In a sump and
Is now. being: held -until it can' be carried aw«v.
v The Pacific - States, ~ 6-21-15.,; Is 'making 135
barrels a- d«r- steady, , by measurement, and the
gravity, is 2S. "\u25a0 -. \u25a0 -;-.:\u25a0; : ' -, V. ' :>\u25a0;:\u25a0. . ' - -
.- ' John i McClurg. "• general manager .of the Coin
oil -company, section .4-31-22 in Uhe north. Mid
way. - which f recently went into the oil Band,
reports, more -than lOQ-feet'.of -oil on top of the
water, column, -which: extends more > than 3.000
feet -in, the hole.- <\u25a0; . : ' • '
Santa :\u25a0 Barbara people ihave' organized the Hill
Crest foil . company.; to drill ' on section 2S-30-23
on; the. south Mope ; of the Eir hills In the Mid
way, field.' 1 The company,, lg incorporates., for
$500,000 and -\u25a0\u25a0 the, >officers and 'directors,- who are
largely -interested 'in the -Bear Creek oir com
pany; which' has' valuable 'holdings : in the : north
end of. Midway. 1 are as. follows: "President,' '.Wil
liam * Smith : . vice president, \u25a0 D. ! P. Hunt • secre
tary. :J. L.- Hurlbut: directors— R.~: W. Erland.'
S." •O. - Plnkham. - Peter Poole . and --' J. •R. Pugan.
' '.The, big .Standard gasser : on . g«»ctlon . 26. which
has>bcen spouting: gas at* the • rate of 1.000.000
cubic-feet; per day/ since" the heavy belt was
struck- >ome-:time. ago. -.caused ' a -spectacular
display,, by .catching flre- and burning for seven
day* beforef-boing quenched.^ Since that time
all ' efforts : to cap 'the .'gasser ;. have .been . in . vain.
Tuesday ; night,', while .*\u25a0 endeavoring to :\u25a0 connect
the 3 casing,- the gasser;- suddenly • tore = looses and
blewrhigh : Into the air "the -derrick and' 10
men,':wbo : *rere standing iat;. the bottom of the
rig. •( together tywith:: one .length ' of> 15«4 — inch
casing.:;: which rhad ; been •securely- cemented : In.
A t piece pt the I cement.- nearly? 10 feet in length
ami r several \u25a0" feet mv width." ; was - pulled out with ;
the;; casing -. and [ hurled" into -the ! air. : \ Several
lengths of six \u25a0 Inch . casing . were also blown out.
The \u25a0 men \u0084 fell to j the ground sbrulsed r and bleed
ing. \u25a0 where \u25a0: they i.lay, r* some \u25a0'unconscious and
others In ';«. semiconscious \u25a0condition. 1 until Super
intendent Evans ;r arrived : In; the t Standard auto,
and | f our ,' of the h most j seriously I injured ' men were
taken? to .town.; to 'the: Midway; hospital.-" Henry
Schlecbten.)the foreman. i was "badly * cut v about
the-head iand>had]oue;leff . broken., , '.',-•\u25a0•
.%i4SA.N^ FRANCISCO, STOCK f EXCHA\GE
. -i" •\u25a0' \u25a0'..:. \u25a0;\u25a0 \u25a0-. \u25a0 .Bid. -.'Ask-1.-': i- ? :; Bid.'Ask.'
Alma" '....'. .1.00 — |Pac-S Petro - — 35
Amy i..'..".i ..'. .". . '\u25a0'. -v— - . . I .2~>iParaf line r ..I -. . 1)5 1 .20
Apollo i.'. ... . — ,-. *io Palmer;....- 1.37141:40
Atso- 0i1.. 45137'i 46.00 Peerless \u25a0%-;..—-\u25a0 6:00
~Do'bdsss. ;— 100.00 Piedmont "... Vls 16
Bay.. City <v. 2.75 ;,2.9o'Pinal -.'.. .... SIOO 11.00
Blue Moon.; X- 21 . 24|Premier ,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0..'. V-:- 90 -•.: «3
Brookshire..-'.i:«r>-, 1:75 Record .....! ;—\ 6.00
Cal.tOH>&;G ,—, — ' ' -.'.^ißepablic «\u25a0:.'. \u25a0'' 45 1-::.; 30
Caribou >-.:: ;-\u25a0.: -^"jlS.SOjSacramento.; JI.OO- :\u25a0 —
Claremont.V 1.25, 1.3-1.8 F ?&';McK* "— :C0."00
Coalinga 2: C.~.«; — '. ." \u25a0; 4snSef:non; ".;: .': J 8.00 ! \u25a0 ~—
C'rescous'. ..- .-^ .: .70[Sbawmut .'.;;.' — V',-,o
Del - Rey ,'.-.v 1 ;4.>M .60 Silver Tip. :; \u25a0 _ 2.05
Empire .:':::.'•', — I \2:so!S"..wv&' i ßM.T - 40. 43
Enos '\u25a0..;..'. 1.30 .'l.SojSterlingf ;..'.' 2.00 v — :
:Fonr»tT7r. l ilf--*os£-''i^-pSnnsiet -.Mon.' -"—" — - 2.00
Fulton .-;.-.."1'.30;-t2.o<^Siiperlor ;:...* 15 £. — '
Graciosa \u0084.'. ' — '.. •75OjTraders -:.".'. 'j- — 115.00
fiypsyi.:.:. : — \u25a0::. •\u25a0'SO Tnrner. .'.... <l. 50 - 1.60
Illy Crude;:. '\u25a0SO ,54 Union y.*.7. ;101. 00. . \u0084_
Junction ;,r..* — •j CO Wabash: ..*.'. .KIO^ '\u25a0\u25a0"—
Maricopnf ."O'S.f^j.; *"— Wolverine"' :.!-. SO \u25a0 : r —
tilcnte Crlat o.CO "— W--K Oil?Co 3.13 -3.35
Wheat and Barley Still Rising
Live Hogs Advance tollt) Cents!
New:Pa Pet 1.07^- — [Yellowstone. 33 ;, 35
Occidental... 25—1
SALE 3
• \u25a0 - "\u25a0: 11:30, a. m:— • .
\u25a0 : 10 Associated Oil ............: 45.50
200 Blue Moon' ... :......." -. ,2f
400 Enos *.-.' 1.37H
100 Enos . 1.35
.400 Maricopa 36 ..C. .."...'. ...: 2.70
. 200^Iarlcopa 36 .....;.-...... 2.90
700 Maricopa 36 3.00
100 Palmer ..:.. 1.37&
'\u25a0- •• 2 p. -m. — \u25a0 . \u25a0 .
. r.OO Claremont i 1 .25
200 Pacific States .35
500- Palmer, 's 10. ; \ 1.37^
100 Palmer...... .....'.'.... .r.40.
100 Premier .......•....:.'... ;r........ ' .90
200 Turner 1.35
250 Yellowstone .-..., .30
\u25a0 Street — -\u25a0 '\u25a0 '
10 : AssocIated Oil .' ..45.50
j Los Angeles Oil Exchange j
[Special Dispatch to The .' Call]
XOS ANGELES. July 15.— Trading on the oil
exchange was quiet except during the mornlnjr
call, when there was some evidence of interest.
Jade. sold at -60c, something of a drop. .
. Cleveland was down to 22*»c.
Associated, sold at $45.ti2ii- -.
California Midway sold -at 32ije.
,I?nion Provident sola at'slo<.>.«2li.
Southern Transportati«>n sold, at $73. •
Oleum Development stild at 7c.
GRAIN MARKET
Wheat and Other Grains
Wheat — Chieagu -and Liverpool were decideflly.
higher and this market followed suit. -A prl- \u25a0
, vato broker's wire from Cbicas'* said:
1 * "Much- excitement has prevailed in the wheat
market today. Advances have been large la- all
directions.- Europe '-' Included: ' American north
western markets advancing rapidly early because
of hish temperatures and lack of rains, but re
acting some tru realising. The selling . here, to
day has \u25a0 been of thfl best -class,- leading lonsrs
taking Jiandwime profits. ami waiting for the mar
\u25a0 ket tolose some of the hysterical features that
have been in \u25a0 evidence today. Buyers have been
of thfr eleventh hour sort- in a lanier proportion
than usual. \u25a0 Many shorts . have been forced to\
cov*>r. It has been the day- for the extremist."
Wheat continues to advance here in sympathy
with northern, Chicago' and' Liverpool markets.!
It l is selling up north ' for more than it will
-bring here.
CASH WHEAT -
' California club. $1.55<&1-«>: Sonora. [email protected]
1.70; white Australian $1. 65(^1-70: northern
clnb, 1.5714: Russian' red. $I.33; 'turkey
red, f 1.60(^:1.65; bluestem. [email protected]
- FUTURES t
10' a. m. Session ."
Xo quotations.
• Barley — Prices advanced again yesterday and
the December option was also higher. Receipts
were 14,370 ctls.
CASH BARLEY
No. 1 feed, $1.07^(31.10: off grades. [email protected]
1.05-perctl; -extra choice. $1.11*4; new brewing
and shipping grades. $1.11^[email protected]^; per ctl."
- ' . 10 a. m. Session
Open. High. Low. Cloee.
December .....$1.15 $1.15 $1.14& 8 1-14%
• - 2 p.- m. Session
December — $1.14.- . •
Oats — Reds, were hicher.. ajain yesterday.
Red, $l.i's<ai.37Vb; black, nominal; gray, nom
inal; white, $1.63. • - \u25a0'•"•.;
Corn— Western states yellow. "in bulk. San
Francisco 'track, [email protected]; white, 41.60®
1.62^i; mixed, $1.55(§U. 37V- ; sacked prices. 7%c
higher; white. Egyptian, '[email protected]; brown do.
$1.40 per ctl. \u25a0
. Rye— [email protected] pcr v et.L
I . Foreign Future*
LIVERPOOL '
- Wheat — July. - Oct. Dec.
Opening -7 2?4 .7 4 1 &\i
Closing ?...• 7313 75 7 6V4
\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 PARIS
Wheat— July. Xov.-Feb.
Opening Holiday
Closing Holiday
- Flour — - - .
Opening .'......... Holiday
Closing Holiday
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRAIJE
. . Future- Grain and Provisions
-...'CHICAGO. July 15.— Record hi?h prices of the
season were made tc<lay for wheats Bay in™ was
so eager as to be almost hysterical, mucn more
of it than usual' being apparently of -an eleventh
hour-sort. The close was strong within [email protected]*4c
of the top figures of the day. Staggering esti
mates of crop da mage, from heat and drouth in
'the American northwest and in southeastern Eu
rope % were the Incentives. Compared with last
night net advances in grain were: Wheat, [email protected]
3c;..corn, l}i,@l*ic; oats. Another
wrench upward was Riven to July pork, 27\jc.
All else in hog. products finished 2«^@l7l^c
down. -<- . •
. It was a day for the extremists. One crop
expert put the total wheat yield of the Dakota*
and Minnesota at only 125,000.000 bushels for
this year, with farther deterioration certain un
less conditions speedily improved. -World's ship
ments for • the week were figured at 6,400,0<.>0
bushels, against 8.272,000 last year. Sharp ad
vances iv foreign' markets, particularly at Liver
pool, j attracted widespread attention. The real
focus, -however, was Winnipeg, where the tem
perature was 100 in the shade, with n-> rain in
the forecast and the rise in prices greater than
anywhere in this country or across the Atlantic.
Trade 'in Chicago was on a huge scale, and the
pit was in tumult hour after hour without ceas
ing. \u25a0 There was frev realizing of pro3t by longs,
but the market developed extraordinary recuper
ative power?. September ranged from $1.05^ to
$1.07% and closed 2% &2** c up at<sl.Q7i&l.U<is.
Corn was helped by the wheat bulge and by in
creased v shortage of fodder in the northwest.
September/ fluctuated between 60%cau"d 6l}4c
closing net higher at 60%ic.- The cash market
was' also firm. .No. 2 yellow closed at 63^4®
C4isc. , .' , . . .
Shorts : covered' freely in-oat?. -.Wlnnipec has
advanced 10c- in three days. September reached
as high and low limits 39% c and 3S;, riSfic, with
last sales at [email protected]%c. . -
Except 'for "July pork, which; continued to ad
vance; there' was no trade worth.* mentioning in
provisions. ._ On , the option, named the • highest
prices . of . the day • were enforced at the close,
$25.6714. . -
The leading futures ranged as follow*:- '
Articles — \u25a0 Open. High. Low. Close.
- Wheat— ' ' \.
July 1.07t& 1.00 1.07 l.OS'i
September 1.09^ • 1.07»4 \u25a0 -I.OS'j 1.07%
December ..: l.fH;%' .l.osT*- l.ort-7 4 1.0?<»4
May,... ....: 1.09 V, :'1.12: '1.12i 8 I.ol>» 3 l.llt*
Corn 1 — \u25a0 ' # " ' ' - - ' -
jniy .....-:...:. .-.5»4 . r.oii 58% r&y 3
September ....:. .60*4 61U •' 60» 8 60%
December 57?^ -. .-.3St a - 57Vi 57V
May ..: 59?s 60" 50?s '50^
Oats —
Ju1y........ 41 IV 42 4U4 41?;
September .;.... 3»Vi SJ>T; 3Aij, \u25a0 3>S,
December ..:... 40ii 4«Ts 30% 40^
May;..:......... 42U' Vi 42^- 42»<i
: \u25a0 Mess" Pork; per bbl — •v • - ...
July .;.". 25.50 ;-2T.«7.J5»25:n0 25.67JJ
September- $5 \u25a0 22. 00 21.70 . 21.70 •
v Lard;' per 100 lhs*-. ; --•\u25a0-\u25a0 .' ' •- - .
July ".......-...11.70 \u25a0 11.70 11.6 T. 11.85
September ...... lI.S7Va 11.^7^ .11.7.". 11.77U
October ..'....'.'. 11-. 75 11.7.-. "11.62^ 11.6T>
November. ..... .ll.r>o' 11.5.0 11.35 11.40
.Short Ribs.-' per -lOii lbs—* ' -\u25a0\u25a0 ,
July .. .'........ 12. 30 - 12.30 12.10 12.10
September ......U.SO 11. W> 11.60 11. (M) *
October. \u008411.22« i 11.25 11. 07^a 11.10 -
. Cash Grain and Provisions . \u25a0 \u25a0
; CHICAGO. July ,15. — Cash quotations "were as
follows: '* Flour, firm: No. 2 -rye. -,7Sc: 'feed or
mixing; barley. 52ft?«Sc: fair to choice malting
barley, [email protected]: flawed. No. 1 southwestern
$2.25. No. 1 northw^srn 's2.33: timothy se<»d.
$5.30- for prime: -diver, $ll;s<>t-'.mes9~por't-. per
barrel.- $26.30(g27: lard." per 100 ponwfs. $11. (w;
short ribs, sides -« loose >. §12.12^^12.50; sh«jrt
clear sides. (boxed*. $13.25(8t13.»>. , \u25a0 >
-. GRAIN STATISTICS -J. v-
,-Total clearances »>t-wheat and flour were equal
to 133,(Vi0..': bushels. . Exports for- the week, as
shown by Bradstreet's. were equal to l.mo.no*)
bushels. , Primary receipts were 533.000 bushels,
compared with 2«4,00U bushels the corresponding
day. ayear ago.,. .. - • .« -
.Estimated receipts -for -tomorrow: Whent. '8
cars a corn. 162 cars : oats, .114 cars : hogs," 9,000
ca ' DAILY MOVEMENT OF" PRODI.CE'^ <-
-Articles — " Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, .barrels:. 13.700 . 15.700
Wheat/ bushels. ;...i..i...- 19,200 \u25a0• -9.000
Corn,^ bushels.. 211.200 • 320.100
Oats, -bu5he15. . ........ 195.100 :' 113.100
Barley, -bushels.. ........ .". •• 37.500 9,300
4s \u25a0 \u25a0 Jie'w York Grain Market ' .
<iNEW.--.YORK: ; July ; 13.— Flour— Active .and
Rtrontrer; -spring -patents, [email protected]; •• winter
straights. $4.40^4.60: winter patents. [email protected];
Kansas straights, $4. 7sig3; 'receipts. ll,9Ssbar
rels: shipments, 13.676. • -
: Wheat — Spot, strong;: N0.: 2 red.' $1.15 c. I. f.
.to^arrlve elevator:tNo. 1 northern.: sl:33% f.* o.
\u25a0b.> Sensationally bullish news regarding the crop
In* the northwest. \u25a0 together .with bullish cables
sent -.wheat . up rapidly ; early.^ with | some - foreign
buylng.-ibutipartof. the advance was lo*t under
profit i taking, , closing; 2 %c* to '6He net", higher,
with July. showing the greatest gain. July closed
$1.10:" September. .$1.12»-4;;l>eeeaJber...sl.l3si.
Receipts, 3.Coo, bushels: shipments;. 15.535.: ? -
I Northern AVbeatl Market
•', ; • - v ,. . WASHINGTOXi '^ v" ' \u25a0 •?
\u25a0 ' f ACOMA. July 15.— Wheat?A mmfng "> qnota
tions— Blnestem. S9c: • clubT; S4c." Yesterday.*, re^
ceipts— Wheat. 2 cars; barley. 1 car: hay, 3 cars
. . SEATTLE. \u25a0 July 15.— Milling qnotations-ißloe
stem.;Bs*;::forty-fold., 85c ; j: club.* S4c:- flfe. We
red «ussian.*;Sl^. 4-Exp«ct^wheat-r-Rluestem. S2c
forty-fold. «2c;- clnb.^ Sic; flfe.- Sic :- red "Russian
70c. [ car > receipts^- Wheat,** 4 caxs:
oats. 12 cars; barley: 2 car*.' -. ' *r*r_",' <.''-:=./\u25a0;-.,
- OEEG.ON .
PORTLAND, July li— Wheat.' track Price*—
CTub.'[email protected]: bluestem. 85<a86c: red Ka»?g."*
79-g79c: turkey red. [email protected]; Talley. SXigS-c.
Car.recelpts — Wneat,-3 cars; oats. 1 car. •—*_"-
..Minneapolis Grain and Frodnee .<; \u25a0
''MINNEAPOUS. July 15V— Wheat — Jijly.
$1.12 tf : September. #1.15*;: December, $I.W«.
Cash wheat— No. I hard. $1.23*4: *«\u25a0 "1 STil?:?:
1 1.23 [email protected] 1.25 %i No. 2 northern. $J.tl*iiSl.~>**.
No. 3 northern. $I.17»;@l-20ii. ' ;:
Corn— No. 3 yellow. \[email protected] . -,-.-' V
". Oats— No. 3 white. 43&@44Hc
Bye — No. 2. 72<574e.
. Flax— Ooscd at $2.37.. : ; ' : 1 : V'- '
Duluth Flax
DI'LUTH. July 15.— Flax— In atore «ad *""«"
rive, $2.42; July. $2.42 asked: September, $2.33:
October,. $2.20 asked; November, $2.1T nwalnal;
December, $2.15-nominal.-r' • * v _'\u25a0'•/\u25a0
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipts of Produce July 15
Flour, qr sks • l,fi6S|Leather, rolls ... 17f>
Wheat, ctls .... 670iTallow. etls".... »
Barley, ctls ....14.370[HWes. No ..".'... ,'23i>
Outs, ctls" ...... -3.5»5 Llm*. bbls 4XJ
Corn. ctU ...... 40 Suzar, ctls ..... 3,000
BraD. «ks . / SS'TVtoe. :gal<« ...... .'-U.COO
Middlings, sks .. 46j Brandy, gals ..... 100
Potatoes. sk3 .. . 0.1»."> Ijimber. M ft. ... • 2o
Onions. sk» HlOjOranges. bxa ."...- -*0O
Hay. tons 1..... 420; Coke. car- , 1
Straw, tons 5; Taper, bdls 1.270
Wool, sks 2231 Apples, bia 1.790
Feed, »ks- ' »23i.Ral»lns.-- bxs ....1.300
OREGON' ' ir.
Flour, qr ska s.4tCj.Middllngs. »t» ... 200
Wheat, ctls -...-. -8.095 Sborto.-aks ~..... .'fi-31
Bran, sks .. l.lOOi r
Family Retail 1 Market
What few. change* were marl" in retail rates
for ' household staples .last week were unim
portant and were due merely to "seasonal- fluc
tuations in, the c.ost of • some article* at whole
sale. The supply of strictly fine eggs In the
wholesale ~ market la dimlntshinz- and -retail
tradesmen > are expecting retail rate* to go np
at any time. - . Butter . and cheese are In jfood
supply. Products of the orchard, field and farm
are In abundance, wltn prices low.
COAL. PER TON—
Pennsylvania Egg.sl9.ooiNew WelllnKti«..sf2.oO
Hebburn '.:.*..... 12.00' Wellington Nut... H.OO
American Block.. 14.0OjWelsh Egs-...-.. IS.O«>
Richmond 12.00 Pelaw Maia 13.00
Coos Bay lO.CO|
DAIRY PRODUCE. ETC.— V^-. ' »
Butter. 2 lb sq.. — @70tSwlss Cfeeese 80i535
IVi tt> square.. — <&55jEgg». dozen 30WS5
Eastern Cheese... — (K3ojHoney. comb, 1b..20ft523
Cal. Cheese [email protected]| Do quart — S4O
POULTRY AND GAME—
Hens. each....sl(ai.2siDuck3. ea., [email protected]
Do 5ma11: :...60<5"5( Do old' '..7ScSll
Young Roosters. |Geese. each ..,'...55.30
each [email protected] Goslings.* each...... .$3
Old Roosters, ea. 50(975 Pigeon*, pair.....— : SsO
Fryers, each [email protected] Squabs, per pair. COiffSft
Broilers, each... 3o'ffisO Hare .......... .—<Js2s
Turkeys.'per [email protected] Rabbits .304J35
MEATS. PER POUND —
Ro»st-beef — iCoraed Beef ....— @S
Choice cut 3 ...— @l3Beef 5tew....... SmlO
\u25a0 Do plain lOfgilSiMutton Stew .... — ®»
Roast Veal 15<gl$ Veal Stew ...;— @l2»A
Roast* Pork 30^23 Soup Meat-... & S
Foreqrtr Lamb..^ — <&Is,Saup Bone ..— @ 5
Hindqrtr Lamb... [email protected]' Ham" '. ...— «23
Forenr Mutton. — @12^ Bacon \u0084..' 3C?s<o
Leg Mutton —Q ls Mutton Chops ...13rd20
Tenderloin Steak. 15& is; Pork Sausage... [email protected]
Porterhse 5teak. .20(323 Chipped Beef. ...— -fqfiS
Sirloin Steak.... — @15 Pork - Chops 20(3:23
Round Steak... — @l-'Vi Veal Cutlets ... .lsfti:iO
Lamb Chops — @201 Lard ........IS(g2O
VEGETABLES— .. \u25a0 . \u25a0 '
Asparagus, lb . .' [email protected] 7iGreen Peas — % rt
Artichokes. doz..3o®3oGr«en Corn. dos_.23..i6M>
Beets, 'dos.. — (@lo|Onions^ per lft. — *» 3
Beans, white." 1b.. 5® 7| Potatoes.. lb ....—« 2
.Do colored, lb. 7r«e . S Rhubarb, -1b. ..... 3Q -4
Dried Lima, lb 6<Jfc 7|Strins Beans, . lb.— Q S
Cabba?e, . eacb.. si| 10' Summer Squash.lb Z'rt 4
Cucumbers, doz.. 2oo2s; Sprouts, per lb.. — @—
Eegplant.. 1b. . . . . — *£ 8; Spinach. . per - lb. .—({B S
Green Peppers ZZ—rQ 6> Tomatoes, la ....— @.«
Garlic \u25a0 — @ 8
FRUITS AND NUTS—
Allgrtr. Pears. ea^3(JS33tLimes. Am — ©10
Apples A% 6 Nectarines, lb*.. — @>5
Apricots, lb' ».. [email protected] 5 Nuts, pound — •-
Berries, basket — ' • Brazils .".......— @2O
Strawberries ..10<Q20 Pecans — te'JO
Blackberries .w [email protected] Walnuts .:.... tt2u
Raspßerries .. — @»*£ Oranges, doa.. . ..2Q'QSO
' Loganberries . .— <@lo[ Pineapples,, eacb.. 4o^so
Bananas, dos 2og£33>,Peaches. lb — <ty 5
Cantaloupes, ea.. SfelOi Pears, lb — tt 5
Figs, doz 20^23 Plum*, lb'... — to S
Grapes, lb 10Q15 Raisins, lb.. — <2!0
Grapefruit. doa.7ociislHVaterflielons, ea.:23(t35
Lemons, doa [email protected] . . .-j. ,' .
FISH, PER POUND— • \u25a0>\u2666
Barracouta ... — @12V£!Sardines ........ — «S
Black Bass ....20'623 Shad - ...........— @ S
Carp- [email protected]|Striped Basn .... — <&2O
Cattish -..v.... . .— <&15! Shrimps. . lb . . . . .— te—
Codfish [email protected] Bass — Sls
Flounders — <aiO;3melts — (&15
Halibut 13 @20 Soles — QIO
Herring — @— Skates^ eacb.....— tolO
Mackerel \u0084...10S12H[Squid — ©10
Perch ...i SSlOiSturseon — ©15
Rockeod .':... .l2^«clslTnrbot ..' —^15
Salmon ;.— @2o Trout .......... .6OttSs
Salmon Trout [email protected] Craba, eacb [email protected]
Sand dabs — @12& Crawflab. lb — <glO
Provtatona
Local packers and wholesalers report a firm
and active market., with quotations as before.
Cottolene— One half bbl. t2\' k c; 3. half bbls.
12«,e; 1 tierce, 12c; 2 tlertes. 11% C ; 3 tierces.
11-»4C \. , ' .'" - _
Hams and Bacon — The Western meat eompanr
quotes, as follows: Hams^ 2Q%@2lHc; picnic
hami, 15c: California ham*. 20®20Hc; extra
fancy bacon. 30c; fancy bacon. 9 to 8 lbs, -28c;
S to 10 lbs. 2Sc; 10 to 12 Jbs, 26c; augar cured.
2t>V,c; Hgbt dry salt bacon. 8 to 10 lbs. 23 '4c: 10
to 12 lbs. 21 %c: medium bacon, 20}£c; Iljht
; medium bacon. 20^e. ; ' * .
13 ' 7 !^* " 3 "« iß^c; compound lard, tierce*.
1 m»c:- 505. . u%c; 10s. -12<4c; 's*. 13«» c: 3».
12t,c:' yellow cooking oil. 7lc per »al; wbiU
cooking oil. 72c per sal: salad -oil. 76c per gsl.
Beef— Local prices are. quoted: Export lots.
Jnapected -by - tne • jroverament. are -$1 per bbl
higher. Extra familj beef. |17 per bb!;- fam
ily, beef.. 516.50 per bbl: extra mess beef. *t«.30
per bbl; smoked beef, 21 £c per lb. : -^
pork — Extra prime, in barrels. $32; clear.' $34:
balf bbls. $£40 for 23 lb keg And $1.35 for Wts.
-: r , , Meat Market -._:.:.-.
-tlloss have .advanced asalo and ar« firm, with
light receipts. '' . - ' . * .' ,
o DRESSED ' MEATS . *: -/'' ',
fclaughterers* rates to dealers and butchers ars
as follows: _• • ri.'J.' \u25a0 *
Beef—S(gß4c pcr.lb for steers. T'STUc for
cows and heifers. -. - - . " *n \ - lor
gß^«*^-B«@lo%c.;for' Urge and 10®llc v for
Mutton— Wethers,; 0% @10c; ewes, Ba9Hc p-r
pound- sss^ftfi*^ t *;~^y\ *£j * *
: Lamb— [email protected] for g&rlrir. ' .
! Po S^£st^k %TlH£* "^ i "
U^^Sver^^l^^^^
v = t iV dl& la ' -"odesirable- steers.. 34«4c.
«ii-S"oi cow«3Bjd - baiters.' - 4c; se=odd~ nualtt?.
@3^c: common,; thla. : undesirable co3rs. 2^*
lanfbs^il r 5^ cc ~VnßllOrn~ VnBllOrn Umba - [email protected]: **<»»
to I i^ S i»i. P *Q. ll ' i)) ~; Hard - arr * ln fe<l " »e«?alnsl«>
iZ, 1^ > ,- lbs ' 9^ c: uo to 250 lhs. 10c; 250 to 350
*. l^.*,"*a c J common, undesirable hogs, [email protected] >.
: Hor*es'ana;>laiess" v . -
The- following qnotations for horses and irmlrs
an' fijrni«he<l by the Butchers* and Stock Grow
era Journal: • ; , . . . . . ,
iLl.'vV^' \u0084 HORSES -i.»
Pr*^*!?* J* r »«er»; -'1.700 Ib 9 and brer. .s273<s:iOO
tight drafters. 1.500 to 1.650 1b5.....r225e27i
Chunks. 1.350 to 1.500 lbs... ..I". 20012 M
Wagon horses. 1.230 to 1,350 1b5....... 133^183
Delivery wagoo horses. 1.050 to 1,230.. 123^135
Desirable farm mares ......... 135(aiso
Farm workers.^..../.;.. ..v.;i1; -I*"-" Tsiioo
US ft- IIS? .JSS:v:::::::::"»" igfe
Te fjJ_Tcars.old ran Se fjota lUteWtow"
\u25a0SE ; to I^Sf' -^i" \u25a0»««.: bone conformation and
style, to command extreme quotations. -,
I Batter. Gbeei« tnd Kmin' r "
. Receipts of - eygs are rapWly decreaslns"- «'r^'
the percentage of mirt*y \u25a0w»h v 2sS?*«4k fal
tne .arriva 1. v becoming smaller dally The if
feet of this •change In condition, 60^the- market
Is shon-nby. the: upward tendencrof Drl««.'fhJ
tnej apper - grades.-. Yesterday, abother 5 v£ J^»
tacked •on to s the price of • eitTM - »M,si '
mained . firm ; at „ the old \u25a0 quoutlon"- wltt « mlf"
spurt ; in the/ buyin? • movement on chwf- *m™£?
resuUed : la ' a : sli^nt advance | n «„-"? ' a 2^°f t
were.»4c higher on blds-at -S^ic I Do^ld ?l '
was notblnj new in cheese. \u25a0 * P<»nd. There
\u25a0 Sales on the.'exchaaje were'as'fftii/vi-..
2^^po^^ 3es : 0f ; est^^^fWe s t^^^fW \t
•E;ks^-40 cases of, extras at- SUc a^iifWW. '.;
: Kecdpta. w«a- 60.300 'iwaU»\"oz*.btttteT,*3ajflo

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