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COMMERCIAL MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
DEALINGS TRIVIAL
IN STOCK MARKET
Traders ; Show Only- Languid In
terest in Banking Outlook,
Labor and Crops
/it: .
EsJty Decline in Wall Street Is
fallowed by Recovery and
Fractional Gains
A>w York Stock List
E. F. Hut ton & Co.. 4W) California street,
members of the New York stack exchange, fur
dish the following lUt ul bond and stock sales
j-eeterday: . . .' '__
tealeg'i STOCKS |Higb| Low | Bid | Ask
4^.iAlUs-Cii»ilaiers ...\ ! .| -B*i|- it
jiJ Do pfd I ! i 25 I 2!?Vs
16,900 ( Amal Copiwr | 5S | r>9 j 09^
200 Ataer Beet Sugar.; 31 HI •51%! 31 I 31^3
I Do pld I ) a-'^i »3
' I,ooo'Amer Can Co \ .SHI S»,i S%\ Shi
i Ho pfd 1 1 6S'Ai <»
, Amer C & F Co. .)..•.. .| 50 50Vi
j Do pfd j ! UlTi U4?i.
100 Amer Cotton Oil. . j6O |«0 59^4 60
\u25a0-; Do pfd ...| 1 1104 107
. ; ....'.iAm Hide i.L....i ( I • 3Vs| s»i
6(»C', Do pfd 28%) Si I 27 "i I 27=4
" ; iCKK Amer. lee Seour..j 23 1 l'2«i| 22 | 22^
."' 300: Amer Liuwwl 1 ll'ij: 12% 12% 12 s *
SW; Do pfd 131 j 2»« s 31 32
"\u25a0 Amer Locomotive.] | j &>*;•! 39Va
. •. j Do pfd I |104 WS
». ..»-..JAmer Malt | 5 0
*\u0084:-'„ 1 Do ptd ! I 30Vi 35
• • 4t7oo',Aia<T4 t 7oo',Aia<T S& R Co..| 89 | 68Hi O'J G9M
4<X»i Do'pfd 1101 : !4il01*iil01«A lol*i
200: Amer Sugar. ... -illO^jlW |120 121
i Do pfd t j |11« 120
|Amfr Steol Foun.j j | 50 l ij 51
Boo|An»er T i T C*.~\tß2\kh32\L\l32*/jn32\b
30<J;Amer Tob pfd....J !C"r;! 92 91>i; 92»ir
ion. Amer TVoolen j'.'S | 2S [26 | 2S'«.
400 Do pld j i<3V 4 | US »3 1 93»4
100,'An.tcouda 1 SOU.| o6ii| Zn%; 3T» 2 j
KlO Atlsnric Coast L..1112 112 Jll2 Jlls j
• •\u25a0" 3.700 A liSF I 9a j 9S j t)8-;i| 99
. j Do pfd ...| I j 1WH 4 \l'JoM
&00 ' Bait & Ohio ! 109 V 4! 108T4 i 10S «4 jio9
. .: ] Do pfd 1 i I S9 191
. , jßftiilPUem Steel..; ; ( 22 ' i; 24 Va
........I Do pfd f j f I 53
1.200 B X X I 77>ij 76% 77Ui 77%
' 3.300 Canadian Pacific..|lbsia|lS4 l>s>H,ilSo»i
. SOO.C & O I 7^^1.7314 1 7.-! % I 74
" \u0084.....-C k A j i 24^g| 27
300 C<J W I 231,,! 23 .23 124
" ........I Do pfJ ) I 40 I 46' i
1000 \u25a0& N W |I'2-4|142V4|142%}14S
13.71X>.C M \u25a0& fit V jl2;{i t :1"V5,123 1124
4<ki| Do pfd.... |147u,|147 |147 |14S
7UO Central Leather..) 32^ 32 | 32«41 •'» 2s i
: i Do ptd 1 103&I104"*
• Central of N J... 1 j |260 |2SO
jChicago Terminal. 1 j i 4 | S
\u25a0 1 Do pfd I I i 13 j2O
'y.jCC C & St'l 1 1 j 70 j 7.".
..! Do pfd j. j ..... i i»5 (100 ,
500 Cola Fuel & lron| olVii 31^ 32 i $&%
j Do pfd I ! 113*ijll6ia
. .-!CoI Hock C & 1. 1 f 4 | 64
106'Colo Soutiieru ..j 54 j54 ~ JuVSI o* l .'j
.ia.VoOjConsolldatol <ias!|i:J4vi'i33* J134 |134' i
4«0 Corn Products ..j 14^4 j 14 j 14?*| 14' 4
..1 Do pfd i i j 73 I 73^
iDel \u25a0 \u25a0&- Hudson.. |157%,156%|157 157»i
.D L & W .!....'.! ;500 |575
20uD &. X G j 30 I 2»»4 30 | 3u^
i Do pfd ..1 69 71 .
! Diamond Match.. j 95 96
';Di* Securities ..j j 27*4| 2s»i
a»ulutii S S & A., .(...;. 10Vi 11
"V-niErio .'...'..'.'.'.'. '. f h'i%\' hiul 24».-;i 24%
30li- Do Ist pfd 1 411*; 4U T *| 40^i| 41 j
I Do 2d pf.l 1 1 130 I 32>i
..Gen Electric j. j jl4l*i|l42» 4
i«Jreat North Ore. j j j 32- |53 !
UOO^Great North pfd.jl2.i i123Hi124>^|125 :
illllßcis Central... l -. j [128 iI2S?4
20y,Icterboro Metro..' I8"i| 17»4i 17% IS 1 *
2OV| Do pfd j j I'fiOH S^a
.jlnter Aler Marinej ...j 4? 4 5
j Do pfd 1 10 16%
ilnter Taper ....\ •.... lOVi] 11
• j Do pfd 4S I 49
ilnter Pump .:...( 4314 44U.
..j Do pfd j ' 82341 S3
jlowa Central ....j 17 "-ij Xl%
200;. Da pfd j33 34 34 ' 35
200,Kan City Sou 129 28 29 j3O
..\u25a0 I Do pfd 1 62?4i «3^
;t^k* E & West..j L— .'. 15 j J7'4
....... j Do pfd .......j |..... 35 j43 i
7OO:L i X.... j143 |142% 14314 ;14.!'i !
. jMackay I 84 | S6
lOOj Do pfd 74 14 73 | 74
-..'Manhattan 12SU 129
p [Mexican Central.! !20 27« 8
IMinn &. St L....J ]..... 24 27
1.100 MStP&S S M.|125i4|123i2 124 125
'V -i' Do pfd i 1 !140 146
600,M0 Kan &, Texas: 32 | 31941 SZ% 32\s
. i Do pfd j .1 63 65
lOOiMisiouri Pacific! sS^i 55% 5S^ 59
200, National Lead | 6S?4J 68%! 68 6S*4
». Do pfd --••• 1104 105
•.; National Biscuit..! ! 1103 1110
....... . Do pfd j J |11S. 122
200Nerada Cons ...i IS%| 17T41 18 18
• • .....'..•N V Air. Brake.. l j 71 76
: I.SO0 I Xew York Centraljll4i»!ll3ii 113»4 f ll3"i
NYC LSt L.-.j i 62 63
I Do Ist pfd j I .1100 110
|N YC & -St-1/..j...... ISO S9
NYN H & H..j. 151 152
300jX V Ont & W.. 43 43 43 434
500 Norfolk & West..l 86*4 96^2 »7 9S
1 Do pfd ) 87U 90
200 North American.. .6* "4 68 69 70
I. WO Northern Pacific. US?* 117»4 115% 11S%
i Omaha 135 ilso
I Do pfd |. 150 !170
• .Pacific Coast 99 108 .
Pacific Mail 25 26
100 Pacific T& T Co.|.' |31 33*4
',S«:renn R B Co jl2S*s 127"-fe|l2«>4 12SV*
.'iOOlPeople's Gas (106 106 10C 107
jPjttßburg C0a1...j |.*.... 16 17
I Do pfd I '62 6S
]P C C & St L 83*4 85%
\u25a0 j Do pfd 105 113
Pressed Steel Car 31»4j '-i 2
j Do pfd i 9.'. i W. 4
.!Ey Steer Springs.; ! 31 I :?4»i
1,......{ Do pfd ».-, jIOO -
.">3,SoP, Reading --.- H2^ 140*.4,H2i.i 142%
f Do Ist pfd ! I ST. 8S»«
I Do 2d pfd ! 194 I>6
JRepublic.S & 1.-j 130*4 31
I Do pfd 1 SI ! 92 .
2.2Oo*Eock Island Co.. I 32V4 31 »j| 32 - ! 82%
11,400; Do pfd 75% 73 j73 74 f
.!Sloss SS&I Co. 1 64*4 65
Do pld I I 11«
BtL &SF Ist pfd| .j 5R 65 .
100; Do 2d pfd 141 41 i 41 4 4H,i
[St L 4 S W !..... 27>i 2<»>i
; Do pfd. 1 . ! «7 I OS
tjrj.CW 1 Southern Pacific. .'lU ]1I3*« ll3*ttUl3V]
2f >o Southern Ky ! 2.1 23 i 2TH4I 23t,i
! Do pfd ! ! l.s4fe| ; 3S
JTenn Copper ...! j 20*4120% |
lfK-»;Texaß'P«oUu: ..1 27% ' 27'« 27-^| 28 «
SOO.Tfcird At«? | lOUt 10% 9^ 10' i
:Tol Bt:L & W...1 *.....] 21 22%
400 i Do pfd i 4Sli! 47-% i 4K i 4SU
...... -iTwin City E T ..i UXi»;ilO9 ;
iUnion Bag & P.1.....| 5 j 5Vi
! Do pfd j .....: 53 r,H j
47G00 I'nion Pacific .... 1C2% 1«1*4 IC2«^ 162% I
•...'....1 Do pfd I/.... <M\* 01V>
'Unit R<ls of S F. ...'..! :. 29<i
. ;.] Do Pfd •- !..-... 60
SOOJO S Cast I Pipe. 15 14Va| 14 lr.vi
Do pfd !...".: ias CX» 1
U'fi Rubber ...i |.*M 37
s<if«j Do" let- pfd . ..11O7V- 107"4!inr ' 108
..| -Do 2d- pfd ...j. :....-.."..] 71 75
40.0(KtiU S Steel Cor ..\ 70% «9'-4l 70*4 70%
70(1 Do pfd ..'ll6 lI.V4IU<> 1161.4 I
• l.noortah tapper .... \u25a0 42M. 41%! 42V t 42%
WWVa-Car «'hem Co. ."s»u. .'.<> r.auv 59?4
2fK>! Do pfd .. !120 119^4 US 121
lOOlWabash !17 17 -17 17% j
1,000!" Do pfd 136 35?4i 36 3«*4 '
iWells-Farzo Ex .| j153 170 :
100 Western Inion ..} 60V4 60?4J «»"sl 61 "i
'.IWestfnghouse' ..".j ....! 59U.1 Citi^ i
jW & L E ..! ( 4'4| 414
Do let pfd . ..].... 9«fcj 11*4
i Do 2<T pfd ...J.. ......... 5*41 ;* 6
WiWM!f=ln Cen ..i.-.'.'. .V... 4SV>J 4n> / a
\u0084j Do.pf* ..-..! I j 49
£25,600— total share* sold.
; \u25a0 »«• York Bondn
" U S ref 2s reg.\loo«4|lnt Met 4Us KO
Do coupon 100% Int Mer Mar 4*4* 61*4
Do 3s leg 101 ",4 Japan 4s 9»V»
Do coupon . I<jl*L»i Do 4**s P5
Do 4s res.".' 114»%|K»n City So Ist 3s 72
Do coupon . . -.II4"AjL Shor deb 45.1931 82Vi
Allls-Chal Ist ss. 73% if. & N unified 4s. 97%
Amer' Agrlcul Tps.lOO'i M. X & Tex Irt 4s 97%
Amor T&Tcr 45.100 Do ten 4'^s :.'.
Amer Tobacco 4&. 73 |Mo Pacific 4s. 77Vi
Do'6e 10* 1 Do or ."s ctfs. . 83**
Arm<ir V,?* . «1 N Hof Mes 4*4s. 93%
Atch'gen 45.... 95«4 N V C gen 3*^s..S7*4
Doiii«-4fe; 104 I Do deb 4s ..... J>2-%
Do-*-r 5s 106%'NY.NIJ& Her 65.132 •
Allan C I> Ist 4s. 93ii Nor & W. Ist conis JH»
Bait 3t* Ohio 45.. 95%( Do cv 4s :.:... !»:»
Do|3M.ti \u0084 JM)% Nor .Pacific '45:.. -1O<*;
I>n|S'*W .345.. ?9"4 "Do'.Ss...: V 7O
Brooklyn TV ov 4s h2hb O S Line rfdg 4s. 9:5
Central of Ga 5f.104> s Pa or ,3«4f. 1915. 95»4
Cent Leather 5u.. GS% Pa con 4s ....... la?
CER of NJ gn 56.120 Reading gen 48... 97*4
Ches & Ohio 4',i«.lol»itSt"L & S F fg 4s. SO
Do ref r.fc c 82*4 Do g«Mi "i* . — -V 85»£
Chi & Alton 3"45.r70«-iiSt L ti;w*con 4s. 76--
C, B& Q Joint 4s Us%\-P<t let gold 4s; . 89%
Do gen 4k ,87% Seaboard At, edj 5«73
C.M&St P deb" 4s. 91*4 S» Pacific c01>45..,89%
C.RI& P*c col 4s 71% Do cr 4s :.:.:. fl7
Doirerdg.46.*... 87 \u25a0 \u25a0 •Do Ist .r^f \u25a0 45. . fi3"i
'Colo pud us 55...*.- 77 ' So Railway. ss. ...I<J3 %\u25a0
Colo MlOtaod 45.^05 J, Do gen 4s ..... 74
PRICESWITHIN
NARROWRANQE
NEW YORK, IJul1 July N l9.— Only list
less attention was paid to any
news by operators in. stocks today
and no inducement; was. fqund for
taking- steps in the market that
made a perceptible effect on
prices. The amounts of the deal
ing's were trivial and the range of
prices narrow.
The banking:' outlook, ,the labor,
question and crop news were dis
cussed with languid interest and
dealings growing out of these con
siderations were often reversed in
the course of the day's session.
An early decline was followed by
a recovery leaving fractional
gains.
Canadian Pacific was rather
acutely affected by the system's
sympathetic influence of the strike
on the Grand Trunk. That occur
rence seemed' to dominate senti
ment over the labor question to
the exclusion of the agreement on
a basis of settlement. between the
Pennsylvania and its . employes
both east and west.
Its influence was enhanced by
the uneasy feeling existing in
England over the dispute over
wages on some of its railroad sys
tems, while the French railroads
are in the throes of a like conten
tion.
Influences from the side of crop
advices were mixed. Movements iri'
the cotton market are accepted as
passing phases of a speculative
campaign rather than accurately
.reflective of the state of supply
and its promise. "
Various factors are combining
to build up the strength of the
New York banking position, but
the effect on sentiment in the
stock market is modified by a dis
position to look ' askance at the
revived movement for the forma
tion of currency associations such
as are provided for in the law for
issuance of emergency currency.
The protestations from treasury
authorities and from such bankers
as favor the movement that the
time is fitting owing to absence?
of any present emergency do not
prevent assumptions that prepara
tion is desired ror a passible re-,
sort to the emergency issues this
fall.
The United States- treasury is
turning back into, the money mar
ket a large proportion of the sum
collected for the corporation in
come tax. Heavy government dis-.
bursements have -established a
gain for the New York banks on
the operations with the subtreas
ury since the July 1 bank state
ment of $5,680,000. Currency re
ceipts from the interior and .In
coming gold shipments are to be
reckoned in addition.
Bonds were steadw Total sales
-ar value V $955,000.
United States bonds were un
changed on call.
Col So r&ext 4"4s 96 Union Pacific 45..100 vi
Del & Hud ct 4s. 06V3 Do ct 4s ..102%
Den & Rio G 4s. 92% Do Ist & ref 4s. 95%
Do ref 5s 00^4 U S Rubber 65:..102»,<i
Distillers 5s 6S US Steel 2d 55.. 102%
Erie prior lien 4s. 80% Va Car Chem 55.. 08%
Do gen 4s 6014 Wabash Ist 5s 102^
Do ct- 4s, ser A 65 Do Ist & ext 4s 64>^
Do ot 4s, ser B 60-' Western Md 45... S3
Gen Elect ct 55.. 136 Westing El ct ss. 80*4
IU Cen Ist ref 4s. 96% Wis Central 45... 91
*Ve*v York Mining Stocks
2.oojLeadT-ille C"n .' 05
Brunswick Con .. 07 Little Chief ..... 06
Com Tun Stock..* 22: Mexican .1.02
Com Tun Bonds.. 15 Ontario 2. C0
Con Va Mln Co.. 55J0phir 95
Horn SiWer ..... 40! Standard ~... \u25a095
Iron Silver I.6s|Yellow Jacket ... 50
.\ew York Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Amer,Tob -.410 415 Standard Mln -12 15.
Bay State G. % 6 Do pfd ... 43 . 45 •
Boston Con.. 17 20 Standard 0i1. 685 690
i Brit Col Cop. 4*4 5 Tri Bullion... % 11-10
Bte Coalition 16 Va 17 United Copper 4*4 5
Chi Subway. 2".» 2U Do pfd ... 15 18
Cum Ely ... 5*4 7 Yukon G01d.. 3 15-16 4
Daris Daly. 15-16 1. 1-16 Braden . 3% 4
Dolores 5>4 6% Inspiration ..6 13-16 7
El RaTOR aTO 3*4 4 Con Ariz .'..113-16 1%
First N Cop. 3V4 34 Mason Va.6 13-18 6 1516
Girour* ..... 6% 6% Xcv Hills ...2 5-16 2%
Gld Cons :..8 1116 S»4 Palmer 137*4140
Gld Daisy .. 4% s^|R»y Con .. . 16V 4 . 16?4
Gld Florence. 2 2ifejMays ........100 lO.>
Greeae Can.. 6% 7 jJune ........ 28 . 30.
Gut Express. — 185 I January ..... 46 00
Kerr Lake .. 7«4 7%] Ely Cent ... % 11-16
La Rose .... 4 4*4! Ely Con .... 19 20
Miami 17^ 17% Bay Central.. 2*4 2 5-16
Mines of Am 61 63 Glla .......... 5 6
Montg Sho... V 4 \u25a014 Chlno ..V 11*4.11%
Niplsslng ... 10% 10% Ohio l'-i 1%
San Toy ... 28 34
ItnMon Copper Stocks
BOSTON. July 19. — The market opened quiet,
with firmness showing throughout. The short In
terest has increased during the last few days,
particularly in -Lake copper. There. Is practl-
Icelly nothing doing in the Boston market and
I prices are inclined to sag on very limited trad
ing. Outside Interest in market is Tery small.
j Merket now weaker. \u25a0• .
PriTate messages say there have been big pur
chases of copper shares prlTately I and j particu-
Urly large purchases of Amalgamated In London
this morning. Nipisslng has discovered aa eight'
iucb Tein of high grade ore, assaying over 2,000
ounces to the ton.
The following list i* furnished by E. F. Hut
ton & CoJ, -490 California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask.! . Bid. Ask.
Adventure -.4 5 Newhouse ... IV4 •1%
Utouez .....33 — North Butte.. 21 22
Arcadian ... 3*4 4 Ncr C«ar ... IS>,4 18*4
4riz C«m :.' 13 13*4 North Late... 6% 7
Atlantic •'ti 7 Old Dominion 32>4 —
j x V • 4V> 5:. Osceola ......114 — '\u25a0 '.
I* Do pfd ... 14>4 15 Ojlbway ..... 5^4 6
Balaklala ... 11*! 12; Parrot ...... 12 \u0084—- ^
Bte Coalition 16%: 17 Quincy .. 68 .70 "
Cal & Ariz.. 47 49" Shannon ..... «Vi
|C'al*& Hecla.slo — Santa 1> ... 1% 2
! cemeunlal . . 13% 14 « i United Shoe.. 48% 48>i
Coppr Range 5914 60 Do* pfd ...2614 27
I Daly West... . 6 .6%: Super & Bost 7J,47 J ,4 S
East Butte.. C,\' 3 «*^!Supcr & Pitts : 9*4 10
Franklin .... 9*4 lft Super Copper. 38»4 39
Granby ..... 30% 30V4 Tamarack, ... 48 50
Hancock 15% 15*4 Trinity ...... 4»4 5
Helvetia 2. 2V4 V S Mining. 34 —
Me Royale.. *."> 15*4 Do pfd ... 40»4 47 <,
Indiana »94.10 UtahAi>ex,.. 2>4 -• 2%
Kerr Lake .. ~% 8 Utah Con ... 20 21
Kewecnaw .. 3 3^ Victoria 2*4 3
! Lake Copper. 31 Va 31% Wolverine ... 103 105
l.a Salic ... 9 9»4 Wyaiidotte .. l«i H/ 2
Mass Con . . 6»4 7 Winona ..... 5 «•« •
Mexico C«n.. 35c 50c Glroux ....... 6% ti%
Mich Mm .. 4 5 Greene Can... 6=54 '6%
Mubawk 43 44 Ray Con ... 16^4 1694
ItoMton Curb Stocks .
, Bid/Af=k.l "Bid.Ask.
Ariz & MieU. 2S 30 Nev Douglas. 1% 2 %
Ahnieek . . . .150 ' 15"i . Oneco ....... 1%~ 1"/%
Bohemia 4Va 5 Shattuck Ariz 20 25
Boston Ely.. 114 1% San Antonio.. 6 j. 7 v
Carlsa 9>4 9>4 Sup & -G10be.. 23 26 '
Cactus 2 2>4iSouth 1-ake... 4«4 5
Chief Cons... l\i 1% Inspiration \u25a0*.. 7 '-7 »{,
Cwbin 5 5*4 DavLs Daly... 1 1 1-16
Cheniung .... — !). i.'hino *..;.... 111,4 11*4
Ely Witch... 12 17 Ohio ........ 1«4 .1%
Keystone 3 3>4 Majestic ?.'.:.. 54 \u25a0. 55
Live Oak ... 16 l*Vi Blue Bell t .~. 60 '70 r
Mason VoL.. 6% : 7 .; . ' /
-. London Cloi-inj-; Stock*.. :
Consfor money.Bl 15-16]I^)uiST & Nnsh. .. .147.'
Do for acct.... S2 M, .K"&-. Texas.... 33 :
Amal Copper .... 60»i N V Central...'.: ,116%
Anaconda ......!. \u25a0"% Norfolk & West... 100*4
AtchUon ..........101*4 Do pfd ......:.- 92
Do; pfd ....... .103.-; Ont & Western..'. 44 ';
Bait &,,0h10.....Y112'i Pennsylvania ..... 66 •
Can Pacific ; .Y... 190*4 Rand Mines .'..... S%
Che s &. 0hi0;.. ..-. 76Vi Reading. .......... 73 •
Chi Great West/. 23*4 So' Railway ..... .-. 24 J
CUI. Mil & St P. 126*4 \u25a0 Do pfd - .56*41
I>e ©p"ers • ....-.;." 17% So Pacific .'..•.;.: 11<'«4 i
Den & Rio G....'31% Union Pacific ..;;16<Hi ;
•Do pfd ...'73- Do pM .. .:..•.: 94V4
Erie ...........".: 25% V- S Steel.. ... ...12%'
. \u25a0 Do. lst: pfd.;... 42*4 Do pfd ......... 119V,
?Do 2d pfd:. ....-33 - Wabash \u25a0.:...:.. T.n"%'
Grand .Trunk .... 25 Vi Do^pfd ... 1.V.. 37$
111 Central >.::... 184' Spanish 4s .;.....'.92y
\u25a0 Bar silver— Sti-ody ; -. 25 5-16 d per . ounce. ;
*" M'iuey-^-1 r i>cr ctr.l." \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"-'-"-. t . • • -,* i-.-
The rate: of ,d!t*"cuni, In .the' open; market ; for
«bori- -bllls'is 1%44-. per? cent -and • for three
.Months*;, bills 2 . per cent.". ' '\u25a0 '\u0084.,/ ..' , ;
, . -.Treasury; Statement •;;.v .-';.• rVv
WASIIINGTON, July la-^The •condition;' of
THE : SAN^FR^ISrGISGO CALL, JULY 20, 1910;
Oil and Mining Stocks Inactive
Local Stocks and Bonds Also Dull
the treasury at 'the beginning of business today
was •as follows : . - ' • \ :, '-
Trust ; funds— Gold coin. $865,507,669; silver
dollars, $490,116,000; silver dollars of 1890,
$3,659,000; silver 'certificates outstanding, $.490,
116.000.*: - :, V \u25a0•:\u25a0 : .-, \u25a0''-•' - v r - •; . :-•\u25a0: ;
General fund — Standard ; silver dollars in. gen
eral fund. $2,271,677; : current liabilities, $99,
765.126; working balance •, in . : treasury^ offices,"!
$35,771,867; in banks to credit' of . treasurer : of
the United States," $40,284,116; subsidiary, silver
coin, $19,023,900; minor coin. $1,169,068; total
balance in general fund, $09,306,586.
Chiongo Discount Rate .
1 CHICAGO. July 19. — New York * exchange .10
percent premium. .' , -, :•\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0;•
I Xew York Money. Market . ; ' '-. ,
NEW YORK, July 19.— Money on call,: easy at
[ 1^4(22% per cent; ruling rate; 2*4* per cent; clos
| ing bids. 2*4 per cent; offered at 2% per cent.' '-
-Time loans, somewhat weaker; . 60 days,; 3*4 rt?
4*4; per' cent; 90.-. days, -4(g.4Vi ' P^r -cent;; six
monthn, [email protected] per cent. *..:--'• --.v . ' \u25a0 ',
I Prime mercantile paper,: 5*4 "to 6*4" per cent. %
1 ' Sterling exchange, • strong, with actual- business
In bankers' bills at $4.8300ftr4.5370 for 60 day
bills and at $4.8550 for demand. - .
- Cftnraercial bills, $4.82%4.83*4. ,
Bar silver, 54*4 c. '\u25a0 \u25a0•'
Mexican dollars. 44c.
j Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
steady. . , :
IVorthern Business) . ,
PORTLAND; July , 19.— Clearings, $2,464,894;
balances. $334,674. -• =•; . \u0084
TACOMA, July 19. : — Clearings, $1,509,433; bal- ;
ances, $35,378. ; - , \u25a0 ;;
SEATTLE. July 5 19.— Clearings, $1,763,345; |
balances. $257,457. ' •• : •;* " -" '
SPOKANE. July 19.— Clearings, $605,665; bal
ances, $65,209. v i
Loans* Exchange and Silver.
Prime mercantile paper .....5. (36 per cent 1
Loans on real estate. . . . . : . : [email protected] per cent '
Sterling exchange,; 6o days:..".... — @4.83%
Sterling exchange, 5ight. ........ —@4. 85% : ;
Sterling exchange, cab1e5. .:..... — ;"3;4.56";i
New York 'exchange, sight. ......,— @ 5-
New York ' exchange, telegraphic. — @ 7*4 •/
Hongkong exchange, sight. ::....- — ®\u008443*>^
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic. — @- 43%
Silver, per 0unce. . .... ......... .. — (& 54%
Mexican dollars, nominal. . .-. .;.';— [email protected] \u25a0 50 -
CONTINENTAL .
New York on Paris.... 518%
New York onMexico. -201*4
Berlin on London. . ; .... ........ 25.20 ,
Paris on L0nd0n....... .20.44*4
STOCK MARKET
The market for local stocks and bonds con
tinued tame and featureless yesterday, with few
changes. United Railroads bonds -were lower
at $69. California wine association was higher
at $25. Philippine telephone common higher at
$23.50 and Alaska packers higher, at $90.75 bid.
Mining stocks were also quiet,' and the; only
change of note was an advance, in Goldfield Con
solidated from $8.50 to $5. 67 >4. The Comstocks
were dull and unchanged. ' . \u0084 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :
The Fireman's • Fund insurance " company has
declared a regular quarterly dividend of $3 per
share, payable ' July 25.
A private telegram from Philadelphia says
that the net profits of the Tonopah-Belmont com
pany for June arc -officially declared to . tave
beeii $150,000. ? ' \u25a0
The mines of . the Tonopah district - shipped a
total of 7,429 tons of ore, of an estimated value
of $185,725. to the mills last week. The Tono
pah mining . company sent • 3,450 tons, the '\u25a0 Bel
mont 1,950 tons, Tonopah extension , 840: tons,
Montana 742 tons. West End 240 tons ,'* . M ac-
Namara 150 tons and Midway 50 tons.. . ; •'.'-. \u25a0:;\u25a0•
A vtessment. Directory Com stock Mines
Company— < No. Del. Board Sale Day Amt.
Crown Point.. 6 June - 18 July 20 .10
Justice T. 6 June 25 July 19 .03
Cbollar ...... 13 July 3 July 29 .10
Ophir ........ 89 _ July. 4 . Aue. 2 .25
Alta ... -.78 July 4, July 29 .03
Belcher 92 July 4 July 29 .10
Gould & Curry.- 17 • July 17 "Aug. 10 • .10
Silver HHI 39 July 22 Aug. 22 .0,)
Mexican 101 July 23 Aug. 17 ' .20
Alpha C0n...: 14 July 30 Aug.f24 .05
Con. Imperial.. 70 July .31 Aug. -25 -'»1
Best & Belcher 93 July. 31 Aug. 24 .10
Con -Virginia..- 'l - Aug. 1 Aug. 26 .25
Hale&Norcross. 27 Aug. '2 • ; Aug. 2U .10
Julia ........ 15 ; Aug. « Sept. 6, .03
Scorpion .....18 Aug. 11 1 . Sept. ft .02
Bullion ......18 Aug. 11 - Sept." 12 . .05
STOCK AND BOXD EXCHANGE
TUESDAY. July 19—10:30 a. m.
- \ \u25a0 VNITED' STATES BONDS
Bid. Ask.j . ... Bid. Ask.
4s'qr cp new — — |3s qr coup... — \ —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS '\u25a0' \u25a0•\u25a0 r 'C
Ala A W ss. — 100 Oak Tran. 65.107"4 —
Am REI ss. 90 — Oak Tran 55.103. —
Asso Oil ss. 97*4 99V4 O Trau Cn 55.103 —
Bay CPC 55.103 104 0 Trac Cn ss.— DS
Cai C G 55. 101 . —, O Trac. Co 5s — 92
Cal G & E g* O W :gtd-55.-95-. —
m &ct Ss.loo^ — om Cable 65.105*4107j
Cal st C 55. 100 — Pac G Im 4s. SO -• 8("4
Cal Wine ss. 88 93 : P E Ry :55.-.103U..— \u25a0\u25a0
City El 55.. 88*4 89«4 Pac: L&P ss. — 9i"-i
CO Wat ss. — 100 "Do gtd ss. 99% —
Do g mgss — 93*4 Pac T&T ss. 96*4 —
Ed El LASS.IOO — P4.CU65.98 —
Ed L&P 6s. — 110 P & O R 6s. 100 — /
DuPt P 4»4s 86 90 People's: Wss 66*4 61 "4
First F Trss.lol — Powell st 65..100 — /
F& C H 65.102 — Sac EG&Rss.loo*.i.— .
HC & S -85.104%105-4 S Diego 1 R ss.— — '
lion R T 65.104 Vi — S J L&P us. 90*4 97
L Tahoe Rss — 98. SF El R"; kssk 5s — 1/ — . -
L A Elec ss. — — SF.O& 5J55.103*4 —\u25a0\u25a0
LAG &Elss — 100 ' Do 2d mgss — 95ti
Do Cor ss. 98 *r Do Con ss. — 96
LA Ry ss:.lotf — : SJ& BCR.4*4s — 00 • :
LAL gtd ss. 100 — Sierra R Cs.. — 109%;
LAP lem 55.103*.;,— S P of:C6s
LAP Cal os'.lOO 102*4 <1912) ... .IM;-., —
Marln w ss. — — YSPC 1c g 55.112*-& — _
Mkt st C 65.10iy.103 S P B R 65.124 120*,4
Do'lcm ss. 99 — SPRR Ist r4s 94 94*4
MV& MtTss. — ' — Stkn G&E 68.106? — ;
NRof C 58.113*4'— ;; SV W g mg4s 89% 90
N C Ry 55. .100 .— .-\u25a0 U G & E ; ss. : 9S*4 —
NC P CoSs.loo — UR of SP. 4s. CB% 69
NCPCn 5s 94* 95 Vallejo.Ben & . \u25a0
N El Co ss. — 92*4 Napa\. RR5s — —
0 GL&H 58.102 \u25a0-. — - Val Co P.-ss.iPo«/j103*4
WATER STOCKS
Marin Co . . — ,- |S'V Wat Co. 48 45"4
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS
City El Co.. 53% 54 Pac L pfd... — —
N Cal ; Power — 63*4 Do com . .. 66*4 —
r °- .'"-\u25a0.-.. INSURANCE - STOCKS , ;
Cal Ins Co.. — 80 iPac C Cas Co.lM , —
Firemn's ' Fd.237*4 — I ;
BANK 'STOCKS
Am Nil Bk. — 127*4 First 'Natnl. .237*4 —
Anglo & I>on.ir)o : 155 Mer Nat : Bk.r— —
Bank of Ca1.408>4 — S F National. — —
Cent Trust. .llß — - Unlon.T Co.. — . — .
\u25a0 \ SAVINGS BANKS '
Ger S & L.2810 2930 IS F SavU. .50S<4 —
Hnm S 8k..125 150 JSav & L»So. . — 125
Mut Say Bk. — 80 ]Sec Say 8k:.320 —
\u25a0 STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California ..122*4 — - IPresidlo ...... 25 32*>i
POWDER STOCKS .. :
Dv Ponti'pfd 84 Sfi j Giant Con .. 79*4 —
Do com ..139 152 I . ;: - ;5
.... ' SUGAR STOCKS > :
Hawaiian C. 40*4 — .... Makaweli ; S C 38*4 40
Honokaa S C — . 19*4 Onomea S C. — -47
Hutch SP C 17% 18% Paauhau S C.28*4 —
Kilauea S C."13%— Uulon S Co. . 71 \u25a075 :
OIL STOCKS * \u25a0 \u25a0 -
Amal OH' Co. — — Sterling Oil.. 2 —
Asso Oll'Co. 45*4— W Coast O pf— 101/
Palmer Oil . . 1 : 32 I*4 Do com ...,— — I
; MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS, /.
Alaska P A.90% — -~1 , Pac Aux FA' — -5
Cal F C A..100 —_\ Pac C Borax. 155 — :,:
Cal Wine A. 25 — Pac T&T pfd— .—
MV&'.MtTm. — — Do c0m.... 31 , 33*4
N Alas S Co. — — PhiUp T.-.& T23 24
.;;-.. .\u25a0'..._ --SALESY- ;.-- -; --.:;..,-. - .
.'\u25a0 •'• ; Morning - Session * . . .- • . ..\u25a0 •
--,--.-\u25a0 Board — ; \u25a0'\u25a0':' -; \u25a0 - -' \u25a0' ';»'--- : * '\u25a0-' : - \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0'-'"•\u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0 .
\u0084 350 Hawaiian*Coml&; Sugar C0....^40.50 -;
• V 50 Onomea -Sugar 'Co .'...:.'. . . .. .* 46.25 a
' -25 Oro Water, L&P.... :.......;. 60. SO
20 Philippine Tel & Tel Corp. . .';.-;' 23.50 ,
120 Spring Valley .Water. C 0 ../ . .. r. 48.00
$2,000 United •R «R of . S -K-\45;. .-. r. . ; '69.25: > :
\u25a0 ' -" w Afternoon* Session r. .. \
•\u25a0 \u25a0 '\u25a0>'• Board — •"\u25a0. •*<•<\u25a0 \u25a0.\u25a0- t: - '-'": '\u25a0 '•' "\u25a0•\u25a0' '' : .'-' :
10 California • Wine . Assnl ... .Y.:. . 25.00;
150 City ? Electric - Co,' s 10. ...... ;..03. 50 •
25 Oro Water, L & P. ............. 60.00 ;
' YilO Paanhau^S.P'Co;Y.:..Yr. .'......} 26. 7s v
: $1,000 Pacific Tel & Tel '55.:.......: 96:25
$2,000 United KI R of ;S ; F .45, .. ;.;..» 69.25 ;
$2.ooo United' R'R- of VS^F:4s. Y:.-.... 69.00 v;
$10,000 8 P R'Rof Cal 6s (1912) ;.;.-.. 104. 12*4
.-.'.-::"".; * < Street— ;.-;>'J'-: ••>\u25a0;; .\u25a0-:.'. : \u25a0::-:.-\u25a0>\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0' -\u25a0--
135 City El ec trie C 0 . . . . . . . . ..'.-..;.. 53 : 50
$5,000, Pacific >' Tel" &.Tei; 55.-. .'. .'.-.'. 1". 96.25 {"
$1,000 United ' R R of sg : F - 45:. ..".'. .."69.25 .. i
'.--..'. UNLISTED SECURITIES —
\u25a0*\u25a0 50 Noble . E1ectric ' . ... . . . . .......:.; 30 . 00 -"
1 $3,000 Ocean I Shore 1 55.V .; .\u25a0*;.";-;: .~T.^.' 30. 00 H
$1,000 Western (Pacific 55... .:..;..... .*> 95:50 "
MININQ?STOCKS
" RAN * FRANCISCO - STOCK -EXCHANGB V
>. Following /": were \ the .: sales " on v the; Sa» j Fran
cisco' stock; exchange, yesterday: ?•;-." - -
\ .;" -"- : - ..»COMSTOCKB:u.: -'\u25a0"; "'^ /I
4 . i Regular 'Session \u25a0 ' x \u25a0 - * |
.i 100 Andeß . . . i ... 14 ; SOjMeiican '. . . . 1:02*41
\u25a0 100 Gonld '& Cur." 16 600'Ophir I .". r. .V. ; 1.10
; '100 i Hale & ' Norc . ; f: 17 . 50 ; Ophlr 1 : 05 1
:; 500 Justice 1 V.;:.. OS . 200 \u25a0 Sierra Ney ..; 22
*:100 Mexican;-'."^ ;;l. os|"^ >:'«.. , ' ; .
;\u25a0•\u25a0 . -\u25a0\u25a0: ''-..', Afternoon '•\u25a0 Session \u25a0 : - i
1000 Cassldy ' V. . : : V ' 27 ; 200 Ophir r. .-.- . . ; 1 . 07\4'
1000;Cassidy ....... 28 -500 Scorpion* .r..Y."* 06
UOO Gould "&?Cur..- ; 17 i9OO Sierra ''SerZiTZ'^ 22
i2OOi 200 Hale &: Norc.^fc 18 : 500,Unlon in .;..'.. - 34
'500 Mexican y.V.'~. 1.05 100 1 Union V ..;'.'. .. : r r 35
: 500 Mexican :. Y.I. 02U, --•>*;>• -.^^n / '? ;
• - , . . . Informal Session '.^ ''.-si: » " -U. .
'500 Andes ;\u25a0>.". :.";.'.»•; 13 *100 Occidentnl ... . ' 38
*600 Bruns^Chollar.\«vl4 ;20; 200 i Seg t ßelcher ;i.,': 24
;>f>oo; >f>oo Bruns Potosl. 1211000 Seg": Belcher ... 23
100 Mexican" .. .1.02 1 /.!' 300 Sierra Nev ..'. 22
.200 Occidental .. .-37 200 ;Union .... ..... G5
:' CLOSING QUOTATIONS -
• ' .' , Bid. Ask. l' .V : Y Bid. Ask.-
Alpha .......— 04lHale & Norc. ?18 20
Alta *...-.; 10 12 Julia ..: .. r— -10
Andesr. ...... 13 ' 14 Justice ....... OS 10
Belcher :. . . . . — , 75 Kentuck •'".. .'.".". '• 13 '13
Best & Belch. .25 30 Mexican ..... .1.02 1.05
Bullion; ...... 08 .10 New York;: Con 03 .-"— .;
Bruns 'Chollar. 13 — Occidental ;.... 35. V —
Bruns Potosl.. 12 —Ophir ....... .1.05 1.10 J
Caledonia .... 47 50 Overman ..... — 95 j
Cassldy ...... 25 — Pot6sl s -...*. . . . . — »V 35 i
Challenge Con 14 10 Savafte ....... 12 :15 j
Chollar ...'..:.. 5 14 :\u25a0\u25a0-. 17 Scorpion ....:. l 05 :'O6 i
Confidence .... — ; 75iSeg- Belcher \u25a0':'. 23 . 24 j
Con: 1 ; Imperlal.Y ; 02- OSlSierra Nev ..'. 22' 24 j
ConVa M...-. 60 61 Silver Hill- ... -— J 05 I
Crown Point.;" — 70 Union ........ 34 35
« SierraNev.; 09 -—|utah: ..Y...... 05 '00 j
Exchequer . .. _ \u25a0}'\u25a0,< 1 7i Yellow Jacket. : — '60 I
Gould & Cur. 16 IS - V . j
TONOPAH AND; GOLDFIELD' STOCKS '..\
'"iV!!i '\u25a0**."' "\u25a0 '-* Regular \u25a0: Mornlnjr - : Session '
100BeImont-,...3.97*^ 100 Gld Con M.:. 8. 65
100 : Do, b 30.4.02*4 2500 Jim Butler :.. 24 !
1000 Eagle's N,-s 5, 09 500 MacNaraara: . . ; 31^
1000 Eagle's N, s 5 10 7000 North' Star . . ; 05 ,
200 F10rence, ,85.2.02*4 '100 Ton Exten ... 76
.= : ' • -Afternoon. Session : V ]
iOO Atlanta ....... 11 2000 Jim Butler.. ;25 ,
500, Cent Eureka.. 70 2000 Jumbo Ex .". . \u25a026 ;
600 Com Fraction. \ 50 3000 Man Big Four ' 03
3000 Commonwealth 04 7000 Mayflower Con 03 !
3000 Eagle's Nest.. 1011500 MacNamara- . .' 31 \u25a0'
•400 Florence .....2.00 000 Nev • Hills \u25a0>. .2.32*4 i
\u25a0 100 Florence' ...2. 02*4 r 800 Round- Mt ... -4S
200 Gld Con M.8.72Vil 500 West ; End .. . '50 ,
1000 Jim Butler... 24| :, , C 1
\u25a0 ',': Informal Session . . . ' '
500 Fairvw Eagle. 40 2000 North Star ... 05 !
100 Florence 2.02*4 300 Pitts S Pk.slO'6o
1000 Jim Butler .. :25 500 West>- End . . . ; 56 !
I 500 Nev, Hi 115 :.2.32*4 1000 West End ... 55 |
j [CLOSING QUOTATIONS . I
CALIFORNIA
• Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Argonaut ..:.— 2.75 Kennedy 11.00 —
Bunker Hi 11. .5 .00 — So Eureka M. 4.50 —
Cent Eureka.. 67— I
- \u25a0>\u25a0: .":.'--.- NEVADA
Tonopah District •
Bld.Ask.l . Birl.Ask.
Belmont -...'. .3.95 3.97 North Star ... 05 00
Jim Butler... 24 25i Rescue Con .. 02 03
MaeNamara Y. 31 32 Ton Exten ... 77 —
Midway..... 23 — iTon .of Nev... — 8.62
Mlzpah Ex . . . 32 \u25a0'-—] West End ... 56 57
Montana .-.!.:. — I.oo]
- . Goldfield District
Adams- ...... — 01 Gld Portland.. v — 01
Atlanta ...... 30 12 Gld Kewanas.v 05: 06
Blue Bell V..— 01 Gld l Merger M.- 07 :09
Blue 8u11... 04 05 Grandma ......— <02
i Booth V 12 Yl3|Great Bend . . 02 :03: 03
COD ...... '07 — Grt-Bend Anx. — 01
Columbia Mt.. 04 . 07 Ort. Bend Ex. — '01
Com ' Fraction. 49 '\u25a0\u25a0 50 Jumbo Ex ... 25 26
Commonwealth 03 — Kendall ....... . 01 V —
Conqueror ...-. 01 J -.02 Iyone Star ....-02-03
Cracker; Jack .ol (12 Oro 07 O"J
Daisy ........ 04 051 Red Hills 03 04
Dmdfld -Trngl. — OlJßed Top. Ex..: 01 .02
Florence /....;2.00 2.02 Sandstorm .— "04
Florence Ex.. ' — OllSilver Pick .. 06 ; —
Frances Mhk. 04 '" —St Ives ...... 13 —
Gold Bar Gld 04 :— Wohder . . 01
Gld Con M... 8. 67 8.70 Yellow Tiger.. 05 —
- : • ; Bullfrog District • .
Amethyst .... -t-j OljMout Bullfrog. — \u25a0; 01
Bonnie Clare.. 05 — jMontgomy Mt. — 01
Blfrg Nat;Bk — ;oi Tramp Con .Y;W 05
Homestake K. — 01 Tccopa Con . . .—. — 1.00
Mayflower Con 02 03|V alley View... »— 01
* : *\u25a0 ' Mauhattsn- District
Man Big Four 02 - fl,l|Muftang Man.. 01 02
Man Con . . . .' 03 — ! Piue Nut — 01
Man Dexter... .02 ' 04] Stray Dog ... 01 02
Mineral Hill.. — OljTbanksgiving.. 03 04
"- - Other Dfstricts
Balloon Hill. . — 05'Nev k GoIA Dev. — 01
Eagle's Nest.'.- 09 10 Pitts S Peak ..59,60
Fairvw fG ' Bid 02 '— Ramsey . . . . . . 01
Fairvw ; Hailst 04 -05 Raw Coalition. 15 16
Falrvw Eagle. 40 .'• " 44 Raw Queen . . — ".. 25
Jack Pot 03 04 Round Mt ... — ' 4S
NevHills. ...2.30 2.35 \u25a0'\u25a0-
1 ; \u25a0.-\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0•"'\u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0 ' Copper Stocks . . • . ' .
Cum Ely .. 5.87 6.12 Nev Cons ..18.00 15;25
Glroux.Cns. 6.57 7.00 . -.:'-. \u0084 -.»;. -
-•- ',; ' ' - , ; _ ; _ — :+
OIL STOCKS
There' i was < r.othlng ' ot importance new in 'the'
oil stock market : yesterday, prices • standing
about as on the preceding day. : New Penusyl-.
runla- sold, up to; $1.17*4, buyer 30. Palmer
was stfiidy -ut; §1.37 1 / 4. : /• . -, ' -..:.:. '."
A ; special 20c. diyloend, by Wabash was pay
able yesterday. . ..; ; •; • ;,. \u25a0
\u25a0 Imperial paid a {dividend of $S on thelSth."
A BtUerHfifld dispatch of July 16 says: :Well
'grounded •\u25a0 reports \u25a0! litre today arc to the effect
that I tho Lakeview well. , section 25-12-24. which
has astonished the world by: gushing for about
127 days at;, the average rate ! of probably 45.000
barrels per day, suddenly Y dropped last -night
to the rate: of- Ki,ooO ..barrels \u25a0 per day, and
water began to come up 'with the oil in.quan-'
titles variously estimated at from 2 to-3 per
cent.".. ...-. \u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0-;.... .;.'\u25a0\u25a0, '. : , -.\u25a0•.;\u25a0'..- ; .:.\u25a0'.",\u25a0,/.; ..' v
This is not only the first big sign of stopping
Its marvelous gait that . this -well has shown,
butit Is also the t)r&t time that any water has
come l up with the oil. . • , .
. The' Lakeview gur.her is 1.600 feet below, the
mean ; level \u25a0nf ; tin- 'Santa • Barbara channel and
60 mile* distant. -Despite this \u25a0 distance, , en
gineers have -rdixcovered \u25a0 that tl»e flow of \u25a0 the
pusher Tin directly, affected .by the tides. The
torrent of oil increases -.with 'high- tide and-de
creases : with low Ukle. but just what the ratio
of Increase and decrease is has not- been deter
mined, although: the difference Is manifest. »
. According, to geologists, the wash of the sea
has had much to <5o with the deposit of petro-'
lcum in < the: so, called oil sands, it being found
In . zones ; as if cast up by the tides. .As proof
of ; this contention shellfish; . starfish, mammoth
oyster shells and sharks' teeth have been found
iv the oil sand* of many fields in .this state.
The Lakeview : gusher .was' tapped on March
10 last, since which time it has flowed from
40,000 to 00,000 i barrels a day. _ The well came
In ut'a depth of 2.200 feet, but has long "since
developed into an immense, oil crater, theextent
of which none can tell.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGB
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Alma ...... 1.00 — Ne T County. ' '\u25a0\u25a0• — 20
Amy ... . ; . — 1.25 Nev Midway 25 28
Apollo .....—. 10 New Pa Pet 1.05 1.20
Asso Oil ..44.00 45.00 PacS: Petro 31 35"
Do bdsss. - — 100.00 Parafflne ...1.00; lilO
Bay City .. 2.50: — Palmer .. .Y . 1.371,41.40
Blue Moon.. 20 24 Peprless .... , cOO
Brookshlre.Y 1.60 1.62*4 Pinal . ..... . g. 00 11 00
Cal Oil & G — 1 .75 Premier .... 90 '—
Cal Scabrd. — 80 Record ..... — 6.00
Caribou .. ..14. 50 15. 50 Republic v. .V 47 55
Ch!::Crude.-. 09 li Sacramento.. 1.00 —
Claremont.. 1.30 1.3>.S F: & McK. 30 00
Coaltnga C. — 45 Saver, Dough '— k 185
Cresceus ; ;. . 50 . 70 Sesnon ' ..... 1.00 •. —
De Luxe .. 1.50 ; 1.65 Shawmut ...'•—. 50
Enos . .'. . . . ; 1:30 1:32% Silver ITip: .. Y_ 2 50
Four' ...... 05 ; —JS'W & 8... '.40 ' 41
Fulton ..... 1.35 2.oo;sterling .... 2.00- 2.50
Gypsy .....— 49JTraders -. . . .' — 115 00
111 Crude.;. 50 54iTurner ..... 1. 50 —
Junction \u25a0 :. . — . fiO Wabash . ... 1.20 1 ' 50
Maricdpa 36 2.50 4.00 W.K Oil Co 3.10 3 40
Monte Crist 3.25 ; 3. 60 Yellowstone. 30 :
>5Tf j.- - • :"Sales \% • \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -: \u25a0' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0•.'
, 11:30 a. ,m.— . - \
500 Palmer ....................... ' "vi 1714
1000 S W,& 8. ..........;........../', 40 .
;-'-... : ;- ;-street — ?\u25a0 '-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0:. --, ' \u25a0 \u25a0" \u25a0 ..
100 Brookshire ........................ 1.65
\ 500 New Pa Petroleum, ' b 30 .V .....". 1- I .' 17U
30 Spring • Vnl Water/. ...... .:.:. ..... 48 00
\u25a0-.\u25a0"'\u25a0•' .-'.-;\u25a0 2p. in.— \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-:-; i? v: .;\u25a0/:--< ." - - '- - '*~?
\u25a0 100 Palmer . . ..... . .". . ;. . , ... ,7.i .. . V ' 1 37* A
300 Premier .........;' '..,.• no
200 Premier ... ' . ... ; 'bl
Los Angeles Oil Exchange
{Special Dispatch to )Tfie Call] -
-, LOS 'ANGELES, July -18.— Consolidated Mid
way, iWhose gusher . is attracting the attention of
the oil ; world, continued" active A today"J on the
6tock' exchange, t The stock lis selling I around 23c
and ; a-, fraction : higher ion 30 day t buying , orders;
Union oil Js steady :at^5102.50."! - Oleums has
dropped down -to 6*4 c and shows ; lit tie \ prospects
of advancing ; soou. McKittrick Investors . sold
today at '2c. > \u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0:\u25a0'•: 1 -vr --.;•\u25a0.; .=•,\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0 1 . -.\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0. -.->,
GRAINfMARKET
, • ' Wheat ' and ; Other ' Grain* \u25a0;' 'y. './
- 1 Wheat— The : market '-turned -easier ': yesterday,"
frith s buyers of flsh. s ; though . prices were •no lower.
-i - ; CASH 'WHEAT . :.
California club.-, 'fU.62i/&@l.<ftV6: Sonora. $1.70
©1.75; white • Australian. northern
club," [email protected]«5;» Russinnredr, $1.62% @1.65;:
turkey , red, $1. [email protected] 70: -bluestem,' sl.72 Vi @l.7s.
\u25a0•' - -;-.' •\u25a0•\u25a0;; \u25a0\u25a0;. 'FUTURES :\u25a0':\u25a0•\u25a0: /;. :' \u25a0;\u25a0 i '\--"
'.'"'''» 10 a.: jn.' s Session -.:,; % (
•-'.No quotations. '.->- ' . • ' . -*" \u25a0 .
— Ocean .'freights -quiet;, at :23s
9d,t usual? European I options.. The : chartered grain
tonnage | in ' port | Is : 7.341; ; against * 14,900 tons '-on
the same date last year; 'disengaged, 33,530 tons."
against 33,740: 50n. the way to this port; 213,973
tons,, against 170.550; .;\u25a0.. : " '•'. \u25a0 '
; - -.The • market - was '. lower T . againi yesterday, -.- with
$1 .00 V i; the top for.?- 1 No/? 1 > feed.". Sales ; were made
at ; this ? figure- and i there • were 'large : offerings : at
it.* Receipts \u25a0\u25a0 were nearly^ 18.000 ctls.-, '\u25a0" \u25a0.. -..>., -.;\u25a0
\fr:~ '*-\u25a0'-?• A cAsh/barley ; ; . \u25a0\u25a0..! "~.:/A
>eNo. lifoed,' $i;[email protected] 1.06 Vi; : off -grades. jPSp'g
.$1 .02 \ j per ctl ; j extra choice,-; $1.071^ ; I new j brew-
Ing and shipping grades, $1.07% @1; ;10 per. ctl. > ;
'• :-:: ; . :\u25a0•' .',u FUTURES -*"-•; ""-v;*:- v "-/If; \
'\u25a0• \u25a0\u25a0.-.- >-. ,10 a. 1 - m. -Session. ;\u25a0«.;- ? ; .
-'<tV-," ; '\u25a0-. : --'' V Open. :r ; High. "' Low. , Close. 1
December. ....$1.10*4 ;si:lo%V' si:iO -51*10- ;
: ' .'\u25a0:\u25a0;\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-• \u25a0;\u25a0 '••'; -I2ip."- r m;* Session "^ r./.a' ::v.v^. : ;';
May-^No: sales;. $I.l2*4* bid, ; $1:15 asked. ; •
Dec— si.o9X. \u25a0-;:\u25a0:',''\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'->\u25a0 \u25a0v.'v-->""U -\u25a0'\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \"-,\ t
siOats— Are firm; . with ;no further i change , in
prices, v But | few • samples are showing ] on ..'change.
Some <i extra J choice 1 red"? have - sold %atisl *. 45,") but
this;flgure*isfaboTefthe«market. • '.' • \u25a0A - ,
«•» Ked,»sli3o(S; 1.40;:! black,,; nominal;:, gray, 1 nom
inal;'whlte,";si. 65. '" ' ' . . " :
,V> Corn^Western • •'. states '• yellow, in \u25a0- bulk,' ': San
SUMMARY OF*
• THE MARKETS
IVall street stocks and coppers Ir
; -; ; regrular.' ;
Cotton market lower.
\u25a0Local stocks and bonds still doll.
Wheat easier and barley lower.
Oats ittrrii; but qnlet.
i Local ." financial quotations about
-the 'same. -. ' ' '"-' *V \u25a0'\u25a0''
Numerous variations in beans.
Hay dull and offering friely.
\u0084 Hops and wool dull. V;
Hide market t ending - downward. : :
\u25a0 Meat market: about as \u25a0 bief ore. i. V .
1 Linseed oil I and turpentine higrher.
Dried fruits fairly- active. Raisins
-."quiet.*;:.,." '-'.\u25a0\u25a0: '•* j- '.'',. v ; ,' ...
'Canned .fruits very firm, ' .
V Dairy, exchange not in session; . . -
Vegetables in free "supply. ' >
* Potatoes : In' demand for shipment.*
' Fresh fruits in large supply! '
Poultry "market • w^ell "supplied. , ;
Francisco track, $1.60«nr:1.62*4; white, $I.62>>[email protected]
1.65; mixed, $1.57"A(&1.6.0; sacked prices,* t Vtc
higher; white Egyptian, $1.50©1.55; brown do,
$1.40 per ctl.' ;-\u25a0»\u25a0'; '- '".,-.-\u25a0.•.-;-.-.'" \u0084-.-\u25a0.•.-
;-.-.' Rye— Continues dull, [email protected]^70 per ctl. • . [I
Foreign Futures .J- ? t
v LIVERPOOL
*\u25a0. Wheat— , July. Oct. Dec.
Opening ................. 7 s'. v 7 6*4 : 7 (r7*,i
Closing .................. 7 5 ,7 6% 1 07&
' \u25a0\u25a0 "'\u25a0' . "" >~: \u25a0'- PARIS .' - -\u25a0' \u25a0' \u25a0 '
Wheat— \u0084 July.* Nov.-Feb.
Opening 26.70 . 25. 55
Closing .....\u25a0....:...:....... .26. 55 .25.95
\u25a0'Flour— .... ' \u25a0 . .
Opening 33.50 •
Closing .......35.00 ,' '33.65
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Future Grain and Provl-iiona r
CHICAGO, July 10.— Appetite for, wheat, ap
parently, unending; of late, was v satiated today.
General rain -in the Dakotas,with cooler weather
elsewhere northwest, made holders of high priced
grain .repent and transformed Intending buyers
into sellers. Crop returns from, the -winter wheat
country : were, increasingly .favorable 'and more
than \u25a0 offset \u25a0\u25a0; bullish .news ; from> Europe.- Closing
prices, were at a . net decline- of 1% C to 2*4 c.
Other - leading s staples all • showed ' a loss; corn,
\ne to'J^c; oats, *-ie to ijc;' provisions,. 7"/jC to
25c ;.;...:;-.\u25a0 .":\u25a0\u25a0.• -*.-.•. .- \u25a0 \u25a0 --. \u25a0:- •:" : , : \u0084•• -. .\u25a0 . : -- /« ;
Premiums for hard and red winter wheat here
have disappeared, and country acceptances were
declined because ; of the break in futures., Ru
ssian and -French crop advices > were less op
timistic than heretofore, and it was said France
wouldbe importing late in the season to make
up for .the shortage expected.' In this connec
tion attention was drawn .to the fact that the
European' visible supply had decreased . more
than 14,000,000 bushels in: a month, and is now
only 10,000,000 bushels- larger than a year ago.
It was on the strength- of the . foreign news
chiefly that the- market opened- at the highest
figure lof the ; day. The : close was , practically at
the' lowest point of the session, and weak at
that. September ranged from $1.05*, Vto $1.08,
finishing 2c. to 2*^c down at $1.05%.
A better outlook for forage crops In North
Dakota was an Influence in weakening corn. Sep
tember; fluctuated between COftc and 61 %c,
closing easy at 60Jsc. No. 2 yellow closed at 64c.
\u25a0 Tlie- September option in oats varied from 39c
to 39*t4c and closed *4c off at 39*4 c.
*' Selling of provisions .were based ontue.free
run of 'ljcgs.;. At the; wlndup, pork was 17*rie to
25c I net lower, .lard to 15c, \u25a0 and ribs 10c
to 12i^c. \u25a0:'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0: * .-:/ .: \u25a0 \u25a0 ..-\u25a0:... .
. .The leading. futures ranged as follows:
Articles — Open.' High. Low. Close".
Wheat — \u25a0 r * : • \u25a0 \u25a0
July .:...:.. I.o9*£' 1.00% 1.08% 1.08%
September ...I. OS '1.08 . 1.05»A ; 1.05%
December ...1.09% 1.09% .--1.07*4 "1-07%
May ...... *.Yl.l3Vi 1.13H l.ll'v 1.11%
Corn — \u25a0 • \u25a0 - ;
July ........ 59!s 59? ft SQ I ' 3 59V.
September ... 01% (il% 00*4 60T 8
December .... Cf>Vi "59^ \u25a0 55% SS*^
May ;.-/\u25a0• 61>,8 6113 60% ] 60%
-. -Oats — , . - : . . . . ' -\u0084-.- s
July ........ 41U \u25a0 41% ' --. 4034 41%
September... 39 Vj ' 39V5 " 30 - 39»4
December...; 40% * ' 40*3 40 40^,
May 42% 42*^ 42& .-42%
-Mess Port, per bbl— . ; .•:
September /. .21.52*4 21.55' 21.32J2 . 21.35
\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0-. Lard, per 100 lbs — '--"\u25a0"- •
.July \.....:. 11. 57*4 11.57*4 11.50 \u25a0•";•. 11.55
September V.Y11 : .72»i 11. 72*^ 11. 57*^ 11.60
October .:.'.. 11.60 11:60 11.45' 11.47*, i
\u25a0 Short Ribs, per 100 lbs—
September .. .11. 52 ft 11.52*4 ' 11:37*4 : -11.42« A
October .....11.00 11.00 10.82U 10. So'
January ....9.37*4' 9.37"^ 9.25 4- 25
Cash Grain and Provision**
CHICAGO, July 19.— Cash quotations were as
follows: Flour firm;- spring patents, [email protected] for
best hard. No. 2 rye, [email protected] 78c." Feed or mixing
barley;. [email protected] 66c ; fair to ' choice malting, ; [email protected]
Flaxsecd— No. -1 southwestern, ; $2.33:' No: 1
northwestern.;-- $2.43. - Timothy seed, nominal.
Clover, $11.75.: Mess pork. .per "bbl, [email protected]
Lard, per 100 lbs. : $11.55. Short " ribs, sides
(loose), ' •[email protected]*a. . Short clear sides
(boxed), [email protected] 13.25. iV-0.,-i V-0.,--
V • GRAIN STATISTICS -
• Total clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 77,000 bushels; primary, receipts, 656.000 bush
els, " compared .with ;425,000 bushels - the corre
sponding day a year ago; the world's visible sup
ply, as shown by Bradstreet's.' decreased 5,227,
000 bushels, i- Estimated receipts for tomorrow — '
Wheat,4 6 cars;, corn, 176 cars;" oats, J. 52 cars;"
hogs, 23.000 head. : :
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE' N
Articles — . : Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barre15........ 17.700 15,400
Wheat, bushels. 9.400 26.500
Corn, bushels.. .......312.500 222,400
Oats, bushels::'... ..........295,200 112,600
Rye. bushels.... ..•.....;.... 4.000 -2,700
Barley, bushels. :..102»000 13,400
'\u25a0". Available Grain Supply ;* . -
;\u25a0 NEW YORK, July • 19.— Cable and telegraphic
communications % received by Bradstreet's show
the ( following % changrs in i available supplies ' as
compared'with previous' account:
Wheat— United-States east of the' Rockies.,de
creased 543,000 bushels; - Canada, decreased |
1,784.000 bushels: total United States and Can-'l
ada. decreased 2,327,000 bushels ; afloat for I and |
In, Europe,';, decreased .'2.900,000 bushels; total j
American and European supply, decreased 5,227,
000 bushels. .;. - . : , ._
-Corn — United • States and Canada, decreased ;
805.000 bushels.; ' .- * •- '
: Oats— United" States and * Canada;" decreased
1,704,000 .bushels.".. \u25a0 -. . -
The visible. * supply -' of wheat . In Canada - last
Saturday was -4,500,000 bushels, a decrease 'of
41,000 bushels: ;..
•\ - ' New ;York Grain Market
NEW ; YORK. July, 19.— Flour— Unsettled and
less active. Receipts, 28,980 barrels; shipments,"
12.K08 barrels. ;
1 ;Wheat— Spot . quiet." New No.* 2 red, $1.14"J4'
elevatoi-, to arriyec. I.: f., : and $1.14 f. o. b. ;
No. .1 northern.' $1.34 Ts * f.Yo.'b..- Firm -' cables
caused a steady -opening in. the wheat- market,
butJheavy liquidation by; longs,*.,as well as sell-
Ing son V increased : offerings .of new^wheat and
cooler : weather , in T the northwest. - resulted in a
sharp decline, ' and : prices at the' close were I% @
2c net lower;, j July closed at. $1.21. September at
$1.11*4, December, at $1.12%.; Receipts, 48,700
\u25a0 IVorthern Wheat Market ;.
;,; WASHINGTON,:* V • . V
.jTACOMA. July' l9.— Milling quotations: > Blue
stem. 80c:' club. [email protected] 7/ .
; SEATTLE. July: 19.—^Milling quotations: Blue
stem.. 85c; '\u25a0 forty-fold.- 85c: club, v 84c; fife, 84c:
red Russian; Slc.'TExport-^Bluestem. S2c: forty
fold, S2c :\u25a0-'. -club.-.,' Sic: . fife, \u25a0 81c;». red Russian,'
79c; •Yesterday's receipts— -Wheat,-1 3 cars;oats,
6 'cars.---;- ;\u25a0 »^-.'-. \u25a0\u25a0:'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.. . '.'-' : ; ; \u25a0 .' ,
:\u25a0• . OREGON « . \u25a0
"~. PORTLAND.? July 19.— Track prices: Club.
[email protected]; bluestera.r*S7ra,Sßc; - red Russian,:.' 80
(g 81c; turkey, red, S3 % 84c j valley, S4 @ 85c. •; Re
ceipts—Wheat, 5 cars; r oats, . 1 car ; ( barley; j 1
car. '•\u25a0/ ' \u25a0-." ';' '\u25a0<*'[ "-'\u25a0..- '.".'•\u25a0. ---.'.'\u25a0. -..',':. . "\u25a0 \u25a0
-t;^i;/Mlnneapoll-* : Grain and \u25a0 Produce , ;
t' MINNEAPOLIS. July 19.— Wheat— July."$1.22;
September. ) $1.15V^ ;5 December ,'f $1.13*4 : cash — -
No/1 1 hard..: sl.2s*4 : No.-^ 1 northern, $I.23Vi r <?
1.25; i N0. : 2.' 51.21 *[email protected]; No.' ::, \u25a0 $1.15*41^1.21.'
j Corn — No. 3 yellow. \u25a06o*4<36l*4cY-, -•\u25a0: . '-•
..- Oats— No.. 3 whlte 1 [email protected] .
.v. v Flat— Closed at $2.43. . \u0084
'".'.\u25a0:.•.':• \u25a0. Duluth Flax .
"' v DL'LUTH.*;july^9.'— Flax lon 'track to "arrive:
July.t $2.4U; -September. -$2.43: October, -$2.31;
; November, y $2,31, <-•: nominal ; December, ; - $2.23,
nominal/^- ;•: -";V V; v :\-. .\u25a0-.'\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'>: '-, :\u25a0''\u25a0' \u25a0 • - •.- rV
LOCAIi^MARKETS
Receipts of ; Produce ' July 10
Flour. Vqrsks.r.V; 3,7s6 Leather, 1 rolls ... 150
Wheat;, oils :.'... 1,375 Tallow.vfctls .... 30
Barley,* : , ctls '*'. i.'L 16,440 Hides,- No \u0084 . . . ; . ; 1,200
Oats,, ctls ;.*.".".'.' '805 Pelts, \u25a0< No ..;..V;. 1 - 216
Corn.?] ctls »'•--\u25a0-:. ,1125 Lime., bbls. ..-...-. 1.652
Bran. i. sks \u25a0-.".-. . ; . s . %. \u25a0. 140 Sugar, : ctls • ;.'.Vr: 4.000
Middlings.; sks i. ':'?: '? 1125 Wlne.r gals ;-. . . : : :36,90«
Potatoes. ' sks : '.'. ; 3,o6s [Quicksilver, -? flasks - 335
i Onions;.' sks "..-..\u25a0'.\u25a0.• 580 Rali-lns.Xbxs • .'.T. 3.400
i Hay.^tonstfY:.'..'.': 610 Apples,-4bx51'h.;.;2,160
1 Stratv-.'-'tous -. ; i '.*\u25a0. . -y \u25a0 • lO'Coke; ;car.:. V ;Y". . . : 1
I Wool.^sks?;'.:'. '. ;! , 154 j Honey ;•; cases ".".V. "-' :20
I Shorts, sks .....'.\u25a0- 251 Livestock,: No ..". -.*-. 520
-\u25a0w-.-/.-^''^,-:;;/..^ WASHINGTON^, r ' «^ .-.-::
Flour; Iqr 1 sks .\ :Y : s,23sjMlddlings. ' sks <*. '?.'\u25a0?' 3ss
Wheat,? ctls -V ..".20,080 Shorts. v sksrr.'.V.T'.- 875
Oats, ctls ' .. . ".Y v ;•\u25a0 480 J Wool, : bales ; YY. . '- IS6
5' There;. is fa", fair! trade Jgoing onjin Cprovisionsj''
with ~i no j further.' advance } In;, prices -, beyond • that
noted at- the ' close of < last .week.; ;;. „ s ; >: - '\u25a0 :..
V' A - wire ; from • Chicago ? yesterday ; sa id : • . ' "Shorts
were frightened \ by ; gossip \u25a0 from \u25a0 yards arid started
Dairy Exchange Not in Session
Dried Fruits Are Fairly Active
to cover, .but. the market is. loaded with selling
orders by \u25a0 packers . and prices declined and now
look very heavy."- - • -
'Cottolene — One half bbl.' 12}ic; 3 half bbls,
.12Hc;"l- tierce, 12c; 2 tierces, UTic; 5 tierces,
11% c..; . \u25a0 : -..- \u25a0 ;,.-,\u25a0: '-'\u25a0: .- /- --. - I- '
T Hams and Bacon — The Western meat company
quotes as -follows: - Hams," 21*4 tg22V.c; picnic
hams, 16c; California hams, 20*4<&21%c; extra
fancy bacon,- 33*4 : fancy , bacon, -6. to 8 lbs.
31*4 c; 8 to 10 lbs, 29*4 c; 10 to 12 lbs. 27c; sugar
cured, 28*4 c; light dry salt bacon. 8 ,to 10 lbs,
23*4 c; 10 to 12 lbs. 21 *4c; medium bacon, 19c;
light medium bacon. 19c. ' - - . --
Lard— Tierces 15^c. 30s 15% c, 10s 16*4 c, 5s
16% c, 3s 16*4 c; compound lard, tierces lie. 503
11*4c,-10s ll&4c os 11 Tic 3s 12c; yellow cook
ing oil, 7lc per gal;: white cooking oil, 72c per
gal; salad oil, 76c per gal.
Beef — Local prices are quoted. | Export lots, in
spected by * the government, are $1 per bbl
higher. Extra family: beef. $1S per bbl: family
beef, $17.50 per bbl; extra mess beef. $17.50 per
bbl; smoked beef. 21*4 c per ,lb. '
Pork— Eftra prime, in barrels; $34; clear. $36;
mess. $34; pig pork. $36; pigs' feet. $3.75 for
half bbls, ?2.40 for 25 lb Sega and $1.33 for kits.
Meat Market
' Beef is easy, as . there ;is : considerable . poor
cattle pressing on the market. .- Mutton Is com
ing in freely from Nevada, but prices are main
tained. Hogs are in light receipt, but the
market is dull owing, to the high prices.
DRESSED MEATS >
\u25a0 Slaughterers' rates to dealers and butchers are
as follows: .
Beef— [email protected]*4c per lb for steers, [email protected]*4c for
cows and heifers. . .
Yeal — 9"4<5510*4c for large and lO®!! 1 " ' or
small." ' •\u25a0'•'.
Mutton — Wethers, 9"[email protected]; ewes, [email protected]*/2C per
.pound.
Lamb — ll*[email protected] for spring. -iT'-. '-V
Dressed Pork (per lb>— [email protected] 14c for light.
LIVESTOCK- MARKET \u25a0
The following quotations are for good, sound
livestock, 'delivered in San Francisco, gross
weicrht:
No. 1 fat steers, over 900 lbs. alive, 5c per
lb: : under 900 lbs. 45ic: second quality, all
weights. 4 *4 c; thin, undesirable steers. 3*[email protected]<*.
No.' 1 cows and' heifers, 4c; second quality.
3*A©3?ic;- common, thin, undesirable cows, 2*>»
<g3c. . .-'--.\u25a0
Desirable bulls and stags, [email protected]*4c; half fat
or thin bulls. l>[email protected]
Calves— Light weight, per lb, 5%@6c; me
dium. -s*4<?|s*4c: heavy. [email protected]"<ic.
Desirable , wethers. s&o\ic: ewes, 4*[email protected]£c.
Shorn sheep, H© "Sic per lb less.
Lambs "(per lb)— Unshorn lambs, [email protected]*4c;
shorn lambs, [email protected]*)4c.
Hogs -(per lb)— Hard grain fed. weighinsr 100
to 140 lbs. 9"4<g9*}ic; 140 to 250 lbs, 10c; 250 to
350 lbs, :9*4c; common, • undesirable hogs, [email protected]
Horses and Mules
Tlie following quotations for horses and mules
are furnished by the Butchers' and Stock Grow
ers'; Journal:
HORSES .:.';•"»:
Desirable drafters. 1.700 lbs and 0ver.. 5275 @300
Light drafters. 1,500 to 1,650 lba.. 2255275
Chunks, 1,350 to 1.500 lbs.*.. ...... [email protected]
Wagon horses, 1.250 to 1.350 lbs [email protected]
Delivery wagon horses, 1,050 to 1,250. . [email protected]
Desirable farm mares 135<Q[130
Farm workers.. [email protected]
MULES, MEDIUM ,TO EXTRA
900 lbs, 4 to 7 years ..$125<§150
1.000 lbs,4 to 7 years 150Q17.5
1,100 lbs, 4 to 7 years 20ft <gi 223
1,200 lbs,-4 to 7 years ......'.. 250^3i.m>
Rj Over 7 years old range from $15 to $23 lower.
' ; Note— Shippers to this market must have
horses close, to type, with age. bone conforma
tion and style, to command extreme quotations.
Butter Cheese and Eggs
There was no regular session of the egg and
dairy produce trade yesterday, th* exchange ad
journing out of respect to the memory of H. A.
Bingham, deceased, who up to the time of his
death was a prominent member of the Los An
geles produce exchange. Business in the street
was based on Monday's quotations. The market
for. butter, remained firm, though there were
some large receivers who were still . complaining
that ; prices were too : high. : Strictly fine eggs
were firm, with dealers expecting prices for the
upper grades to move upward. There was not
much doing In the under grades, which - formed
a large percentage of -the receipts. Cheese was
quiet and featureless. • .
\u25a0Receipts were 55,700 pounds of butter, 6,500
pounds of cheese and 1.30S cases of eg^s.
. .The following are the official quotations estab
lished on the floor of the dairy exchange. Prices
in ; the street, while governed by the I exchange
quotations, generally range from l*4c to 2c^high
er, owing to the various charges to be added.
BUTTER. PER POUND
Grades— July 15 July 16 July IS July ,19
Fresh extras... 29c 29c \u25a0 29c :
Firsts.... .28*.Jc 2S*.jc 2S*^c
Seconds .. .. 27c 27c . 27c
Cheese — California fancy flats, 14 He per- lb,
steady; do firsts, 13*.2 C steady: do seconds,
12*£ c, steady; fancy Young Americas, 16c, firm;
do firsts, 15c, firm. \.
Eggs — California freshj per ' dozen, cases in
cluded: : • •
' Grades— July 15 July 16 July IS July 19
Extras 20*^c 29"£c 29*4 c .....
Firsts 27c 27c 27c
5ec0nd5 ........ 23c 23c 23c '
Thirds - V .20c 20e 2Oc
Portland Butter Market
PORTLAND. July 19. — City and country
creamery extras, 31c; fancy. -29<g:3Oc; store, 23c.
Egg Market ; In Xearby Counties
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA ROSA, July ; 19.— As there was no
session of the San Francisco dairy produce : ex
change today, the egg prices remained. unchanged
from .Monday's- quotations.' The 'local dealers
are'paying 27"£c per dozen. spot cash, for choice
and 24 Vsc for : seconds. :\u25a0 The closing of . the cold
storage buying has thrown a : large .quantity of
eggs on ' the market, but - the reduced production
Just Bt this time, due ; to - heat, moulting and
lack of green feed, balances - the market so that
prices are about stationary. - Reports -are to the
effect that a considerable quantity of eggs are
being taken' up 'at present ; for ' the Alaskan
trade.
SANTA CRUZ, July 10.— Egg quotations, 32c.
Demand larger and shipments show decrease.
Potatoes, Onions . and . Vecet ables
: Everything : on the list of miscellaneous vege
tables Is In free supply, and, \u25a0 although there, is
an active demand for. local use and^ shipment,
more or less of . a - surplus . has to be .\u25a0 held over
dally." Prices for tomatoes have weakened ' con
siderably sinee -the close of last week and receiv
ers are shading the quotations. to large buyers of
cucumbers, summer .squash, peppers and eggplant.
An- attempt- to boost prices 'for green corn .on
Monday checked the ' demand for that vegetable
and as a result there were practically two days'
supplies on band yesterday. Sellers were cutting
prices freely in efforts to clean up. Sweet pota
toes from the.Coachella valley were on. sale at 5c
a pound. There was a good market for potatoes,
the demand .for shipment absorbing a large per-,
centage \u25a0of the receipts. Onions were merely
steady, the demandlbelng rather light. .
Potatoes — River whites. 90c«J*1.10 per ctl.
\u25a0 Onions— New. yellow,' sl.Bs @ 2 per ctl.
-• Vegetables— Green corn. [email protected] 50 per sack for
choice; asparagus. [email protected] per box; tomatoes.
[email protected] per box; green peas. [email protected] per lb; string
beans, 2(ft4c per lb: lima beans, [email protected] per'lb:
summer squash. [email protected] per box: eggplant. . 7s<&
Ssc per box: green peppers. 50<S 60c per box; gar
lic. [email protected] per lb for new; cabbage, 75cft;$l per
ctl: cucumbers. 35 (g 50c 'per. box: cauliflower, 65
@75cper dozen; turnips.- 75cfti$l per sack; car
rots. [email protected]$l per sack: rhubarb, [email protected] per box;
green okra. [email protected] per box.
Deciduous and, Citrus Fruits
; The steamer.out for Pujjet sound ports yester
day was to hare taken, -=ome Urge shipments of
apples and Bartlett pears along with the usual
lines of other fruits, but shippers wisely decided
not to forward the fruit, as word was receired
that some lots shipped to the north recently
showed traces of scale. It was stated yesterday
that, the horticultural; officials of Oregon and
Washington had put California apples and pears
under the bau pending an Investigation. Busi
ness on regular local and suburban accounts was
of fair < proportions, - and. although stocks were
lar-»e \u25a0 the \u25a0 market t was in a - little • better shape
than on Monday.. Supplies of peaches and apri
cots i were far In - excess of requirements :. and
there were no established prices for small pack,
ages of the former. < The unsatisfactory condition
of 4 the apricot market was shown by the ship
ment ; of ' a carload of ' ripe stock back ;to the
country to ' be dried. > The , market for- apples and
wrapped *r*?a« felt the effect of, the. action of
northern; buyers In rejecting shipments, because
of scale Plums and prunes sold. well atx the old
quotations, while nectarines dragged badly. Figs
were' almost too scarce to quote, and grapes
received t but scant - attention : from the * trade."
Melons- were \ easy, southern - cantaloupes
particularly 'so .because r of. the - competition ... of
offerings from nearby sections. . There were con
tinued light receipts - ; of berries , and t the - quota
tions estahUMie'l on the preceding day -were well
maintained. •• . ' - , t ;
.«• .Strawberries— ss(3: » per. chest. \u25a0 -j • \u25a0 . \
• ; Raspberries— $8fi?10 per.chest.
'-Loganberries—ss©« per.chest.- ; . ;
"Blackberries— s4*ls per chest.- . -,--\u25a0 •
i/Huckleberries—l2i /Huckleberries— l2 *4<t 13c per lb.. -
ti- \pples (per box) — Fancy Grarenstelns.. sl.lo(9
i:35:» do . Astrachan." ' Soc<Ssl.2s: common :- to
choice "?4<V3E.73c::crabapples.soc<Sssl. :' ; :
.-., . pears-^-Bartletts. ' *1.40<§:1.65 - per .box • for : No.
1 - and [email protected]$l \u25a0' for, >"o.' 2: \u25a0In bulk, - f 25Q 45 \u25a0 per
ton: i otherTarleties.:,[email protected]*l.23. 1 \ *\u25a0-\u25a0 -•-.>•
< Peache&4-Small boies,-^[email protected]: ; baskets, ;33<®
50c; lvg < boxes, 30g90c. ". - •>••"
-":T Plums t and ; Prunes — Crates," 301J55c; * small
\u25a0boxes.*[email protected] '-,•:' ' '-" ; ' '-'.-'', ' '"\u25a0 "
*;; Nectarines—^ 75cig$l per crate for red and 60®
I7sc<for|whlte*-"" \u25a0"'•.- . -\u25a0;\u25a0 \u25a0 :;"\u25a0\u25a0; \u25a0T".'";Jr, ..
; '. -A-i
•1 "Apricots— Lug boxes.- 60c (g$l ; : small \u25a0. boxes, - 35
@50c;per ton. $13ig23. .-.,; . > \u25a0 \u25a0 -'-?. ' r" •\u25a0-..' \<
;- cantaloupes. - $i:[email protected] • per
\u25a0crate:;%riutmeg.3niflons. r i'sl.23({fel.r>O; per r^box;
watermelons."? sl.7sQ3 per dozen. <' _---', \u25a0.
?-.v Grapes -;, (peri; crate) : — Seefliess, *$1ffi1.25: ~ ; Fon-
. taincl)l'»»" « mi ' i-«.-Min-.t« ?.">r(a.ti : muscat^ o'">c
'-"*->'\u25a0 V. " » '•--•- ' ' • .'; . " ' "'\u25a0v-*''^'' i^ ""\u25a0 " '" \u25a0 '
$1; other- varieties. [email protected] '
. Citras Fruit* (per box) — Valencia oranges. $4®
4.50 for choice and $3<&3.30 for standard; grape
fruit. [email protected] for seedless and $Kg*l.so for
common; lemons. $6 for fancy. $4.50<g5 for
choice and [email protected] for standard; limes. $t>®
6.30,.
-Tropical Frnits— Bananas. 75c<S$l-25 P«" r
bunch for Hawaiian and Mexican,. $I.sO<@2.«*M>
for. Central- American; pineapples. $3ft£4 per
dozen. •
Dried Fruit*. Hut* lns, \ut- and Honey
Apricots lead in point of activity and Interest
at the moment and are " held Terr firmly by
growers. . Buyers are paying around 10c for
them in the conntry. The market for peaches is
not. very active. Prunes are firm and in. ex
cellent demand for the new crop and old crop
goods are about gone. Raisins are quiet and
featureless. - ' •
The apple crop of New York Is reported about
50 per cent short, owing to hot. dry weather.
Almonds are higher. Prices for 1910 crop will
hardly be named for SO -days" yet.
Fruits — Evaporated apples. [email protected]*-ie; apricots,
future delivory. lOfgUOVn*; fancy Moorpark.
[email protected]; peaches. 1910 crop, future delivery. 4*4®
s*>ic;- fancy, \u2666i'^ti •*.<\u25a0; prunes, old crop. 3*[email protected]
with . *4e premium for 50s and lc premium for
40s; new crop. [email protected]*4c. with the same premiums
for the larger slses; flgs, S-li&Sc; pears,
[email protected]*4c
Raisins — Layers, clusters — 6 crown, $2.30; 5
crown. $1.75; 4 crown, $1.25; seeded. [email protected]; or
dinary layers, 3 crown, $1.23; 2 crown, 90c;
Thompson's seedless. 3*4<?J3*4c- for unbleached
and B*[email protected]*4c for bleached; loose mnscatel. -4
crown. 4e: 3 crown. SV-c; 2 crown. 3c; seedless.
[email protected]*4c; new raisins, 2*[email protected]*iC; in sweatbox at
Fresno. ; V , .
Nuts-^-Almonds. - nonpareils. [email protected]*4<": IX L.
[email protected]*4c: ne plus ultra. 13*4<gl4c; Drake. 12c
@12*4 c; tangnedocs. H*«[email protected]; hard shell. 7 »4«*:
walnuts, 13c per lb for No. I softshells, S*4e for
No. 2 do; pecans. 14 "4*5: 15 c; peaauts, 4*2<g3c;
pine nuts, 18^20c per lb.
Beeswax— 27*4 Cs3oc per lb for light ami -V<s
Poultry aad Game
A car of western poultry came In on Monday
and what was left of It waa closed cut y>«
terday. Another car was expected yesterday,
but had not arrived up to a late hour. Receipts
from state shipping points, while less excessive
than last week, were more than sufficient far re
quirements, and the general tone of the market
was one of easiness. , - .
Poultry (per dozen>— Hens, $3<@3.30 for small,
[email protected] for large and $3iS9 for extra; young roost
ers.. [email protected]; old roosters, $5<55.50; fryers. $3<§!
5.30: broilers, [email protected] for large and $2.30(33 for
small; ducks, $7^7.50; pigeons. $1.73<g2; squabs,
$2.50<g3; geese, $2i&2.50 per pair.-
Game- (per dozen) — Nominal. \u25a0
Beans and Seeds
Numerous variations in beana. generally down
ward, will be noted.' Red kidneys are aa ex
ception, bein? quoted higher. The market con
tlnnes quiet. \" ."••-•'-\u25a0
Beans tper ctl) — Bayos, $6.23^6.50; small
white. [email protected]; large white, $3.75^4: pink.
[email protected]; red. $B(g6.10; blackeye. $5.30igi.75;
lima. [email protected]; red kidneys^ $6©t*.25; cran
berry beans. $4.30® 4.63; garvanzas, $2.50'5;3.23;
horse beans, nominal. - - \u25a0
- Seeds — Brown mustard. 4c; yellow mustard.
: ; flaxseed. s<§,3*rse: canary. 3Ai<3j3"t4c; al
falfa. 16<gl7e; rape. l'g2V.c; timothy, 6c; hemp.
! 3(&3*4c; millet, 2%«53c-per •{>.
j Dried Peas— Green, [email protected] per ctl. - .
Flour and Farinaceous Goo«1m "--*
The \u25a0 flour trade of the country is tljus stated
by the New York Journal of Commerce:
"The sharp change in the spring 'wheat situa
tion and the consequent sharp advance in 'prices
has completely upset the flour -market through
out the country. Mills are compelled* to advance
their < prices, but • buyers generally are skeptical
and look for a decline when the excitemeut U
over. - .
. "Minneapolis reported fiour buyers aa havin;
practlcally withdrawn from the market alnce tUa
sharp advance In wheat prices. They are not at
all in sympathy with the bullish conditions and
are' awaiting a break before placing orders. The
week's sales represented -only, a small propor
tion of the output." ' - •}
Flour — California family' extras. $5.60<g« .net
without discount; bakers' extras, $3-00§itI;.super-
Sne, $4.40*84.70; Oregon and Washington, per
bbl, [email protected] for family, bakers' and patents and
$4.25'{j4.50 for cut off: Kansas patents. $<i.SO; do
6traigbts, $6.30; . Dakota patents. . $7.25; Uo
straights, $7; do clear. $0,25 per bbl. ; .
. Farinaceous Goods — Prices !n 100 lb sacks, net
cash, no discount, are as follows: Graham Hour,
$2.6i> per 100 lbs; rye flour. $2.90: rye meal.
$2.50; rice Hour. $0; corn meal. $2.«o; extra
cream 'do, $2.9t>: oat meal. $3.60: oat groats.
$3.60; farina, $3.20; hominy. $2.60; bnekwbeat
flour. $3.40; whole wheat flour, $2.73 ; rolled oat*,
bbls $6!ge.50.d0 in sacks $3.80^5.50: extra cream
do. $6.50 in sacks and $7 in bbls; rolled wheat,
bbls $4.25, In sacks [email protected]; pearl barloy.
$4.20; split, peas, boxes, $5 for yellow and $5.50
for green per 100 lbs.
Hay and Feedstuff*
The hay situation is thus stated by Somers
& Co.:
'•Receipts of hay for the week Just past were
comparatively heavy, 3.630 tons arriving, whereas
during the week previous but 2.5tt0 tons were re
ceived. The increased shipments have had a
material effect on not only the. local market, but
also on country buying. The local situation con
tinues unsatisfactory, it being extremely difficult
to 'move hay at all, with, of course., the excep
tion of the choicer qualities, which usually take
care of themselves. There., is some movement on
the part of consumers to lay la a supply of . bay
for fall and winter use, but this demand- Is- teey
light, compared to what it was a few years asro.
"There has been purchased in the country but
very little hay for storage, with the exception of
the Llvermore section. In which district operators
have paid very bigb prices, comparatively speak
ing,"for. many round lots of hay. but this move
ment now- has ceased to a great extent. There
Is a growing desire on the part of the farmeM
throughout the country to sell tbeir bay. and, al
though It is not late in the season at all. yet
the prudent farmer is beginning to think of get
ting his hay under cover, for already in some
districts rain has been threatening." .
Bran — ?22.50<§23 per ton for white and $21-50
for red.
Middlings— s3oiQ3l per ton. .
Shorts — $23.50<?£24 per ton.
Feedstuff*— Rolled barley.- $22.50^23.50; rolled
oats for feed. [email protected]: mixed . feed. [email protected] for
average lots; \u25a0 Unseed oilcake mea1.. 20 tons $40.
10 tons $40.50. 3- tons $41. smaller lots $41.50;
cocoanut cake or meal- at mills. $25 In 20 and 10
and $25.50 in 5 ton lots; jobbing. $26; corn meal.
$34(535; cracked corn. $24 ft? 35: alfalfa meal.
carload lots $15. Jobbing $16: red star alfalfa
meal.' $15 In car lots and $16- Jobbing: Modesto
alfalfa meal. $14.50 in car lots and $16 jobbing;
Caproco oilcake meal. $10.30- per ton.
flay— Wheat. [email protected]: Wheat and oats, $!»»$
12; tame oat. [email protected] 12; volunteer wild oat. $"(£;
10: alfalfa. $7 <gi 10 / stock bay, $5<&7 per ton.
Straw— [email protected] per bale. . ' .
Hides, Tallovr, Wool and Hops*
Hops continue quiet at previous prices.' Wool
is still neglected and nominal. . Hides continue
to tend downward and are very weak. • Late mail
reports from New York say of bides: • - - .
"In ' the hide -market stocks - continue t»-"ae- \u25a0
cumulate: in all descriptions as buyers ' continue
gradually withdraw. Approximately five
weeks bare now, passed since some of the. large
tanners took supplies. The common dry.Tarietie9
are more or less nominal' ln price, owing, to the
prolonged , quiet - conditions. Buyers of Rl'w'r ,-
Plates entertain lower prices than holders are ii»- 1
cllned to meet and no : business haa developed. "
Some small sales of city packers , are reported.*
but. buslnew Is ; far from active and prices • are
low in sympathy with, .conditions In the west."
-Hides— Culls and brands sell about *)4'9!lc un
der quotations: heavy salted" steers," 10c; light
medium. 9c; HghthSc; cowhide*. 8c: stags. SiSc;
salted kip. '9Vit'. salted Teal, 14 V.c: salted calf,
14Hc; dry hides, 18c: dry kip. IBe:; dry.calf.
22c; sheepskins, sbearllnss." [email protected] each *;> short
wooj,.4offi6oe; medtum. 6OQDOc: Ion? wool. 9«v
©1.25; lambs,: 2.T^3oc; horsehides. salt. $2.25
(S3; for large and $1.50Vj52 for medium. 75c«a$l
for small and 25<S50<r for cr>lt»:horsehldei», dry.
$1.50<Q2.25 for large ari<l [email protected] for medium.
sOc<gsl - for small and 25^30c \u25a0 for. , colts; jroat
sklns, prime angoras. ' 75cig$l ; large-batr >goat»,
30<5.40c:. medium. 201325 c; small. 's*3 l3e.'- * •
.Tallow — No. 1 rendered. SigQc; No. .2, [email protected]:
grease.- 2<J42*4c" '»\u25a0 \u25a0»- .*•- - -.
Wool— Spring 'clip.- San Joaqnin." year's staple.
12©15 c: do 8 months,. 7^l4e: northern. [email protected];
Humboldt and Mendoclno.-16i§lSc per lb.. '. * ; .
Hops^-Callfornla. -10® 15c "for -crop' of lAOfl:
Oregons/ lOQISc per lb;"crop of V IDIO, 12U'81" 1 c
per lb. -•'\u25a0 .. -. ; . \u0084- \u25ba-;.'* •-'. • '.-* \u25a0.\u25a0 -
:," \u0084 General Merchandise*
:'; Bap*— Grain , bairs, % : s%«§3**ie June -July - delir
er*r; San Qnentln bass.'3Vie;weoJ-'bas».'2Tc i fnr
3*e' lb and 3lefor*4 lb: fleece \u25a0 twtus.* Be*t>«r lb.
.Coal — FennsylTanla." anthracite,- egg.*-. *rfs .-per
too ; '.."fljrlliaj-too; \u25a0 $9; - Kew • Wellington; $J>r Coos
b«T~ $•: AustraUan";ho*ase-*^Rtcnm©nd, < etc.;:' $9-
Pel»wy Main.- $9;-Stanford Richmond. $9 rCuia
'berUnd. $15 ' In"balkn "balk and $16.30 in sacks; Welsh'
antbracite.' > $15;.c©*ie,:$l.erper: ton In balk 'and
$17 ' in tack*." • '••-,\u25a0 \u25a0 ',-'•> i - \u0084 -. • " . \u25a0
U Oil— Unse ed* Is ' 6c Wisher.- Quotations ar* • for
barrels.: -.. Unseed. • $I.o3 '.per. * gaUon* for * N>ile.l
and $1.03 for -: raw :.< cases.? 3c : more;', castor on
In: cases. 'No." 1.' 71 c; Baker's *AA: $I.l7djjl ij»-
China s ; n«t.", cases.* fiOtf|7pc, per .gallon; * cecoenat
oil; Ib- barrels. .7sQ7S*ie for .XXX. «72*4<»7f*<?
forjXo.-. 1 and 70«|73"<ic for>Xo. 2;> according to
quantity;" extra .bleached .winter, sperm oil .SV
natural v- winter -sperm oil. 80c:* natural .whale
oU.'"6sc; extra 'wlner ; strained lard, oil vsl- pure
neatsff«ot;oil.t7sc:^N<*.ll near* foot ; oil. • 60c'*. her
. ring 1. oil. -40c ; ' -m lmoa . oil, , 33c; 4 boiled fl 9a oj
33c :< paint -0i1. '33c. \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0"• " - % --•*" \u0084r~ » • • ;
jy Coal Ott. i GisoUne.- 3 etc.—Water ; white.' " Iron
barrels !pr- drums. ©Vac; s lso degree • oil?: Iron bar
ret* \u25a0 or.'.dranu.- lie;- special"; do. HUe;. pearl
oil. in * cases. - IStac : - astral.-' lS^c;.: star l&iic •
extrasstar-jWlie:; Hainf.;2«*4 C ;<eQcene:. WUc
\u25a0 red crown, and. motor (gasoline. '-ia^balk l«e -in
ease» 23c; eßelne^dlstlllate.'ln dmras»T*4c *'*£%
7c more;Sß deg/ gasoline^ in? balls Stk' ln 'cases

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