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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
PROFESSIONALS IN
CONTROL ON CHARGE
their Views of the Speculative
* '"s Outlook Cause Prices to
\u25a0^ .-.'. Fluctuate
Agricultural Prospects Figure
: ; Largely in the Day's Deal
;.. ings in Wall Street
.%•" * >ew York Stock List
• -E. F. Hutton' & Co., 490 California street,
' -.lae-mbers of rhe New York stock exchange, fur
.« ni«i tbe following list of bond and stock sales
""jftstcTday: \u25a0
; -gates j STOCKS I High | Low I Bid j Ask
'\u25a0». ..».".] AUis-Chalmers )..... 7*i 9
.'*/.•...•.. I>o p1d....- 23 27
\u25a0•. 27.200|Amalg Copper 64 63 63% 6*
\u25a0•..-• 700iAm»T Beet Sugar 29% 27** 29b 29ft
••.*•:.-.•..) Do pfd... j S5 90
." '"• 300jA-m«>r Can Co S 7% 79» 8
• • ISW< • T>o prd.. ....... 65% 64 65ij 6S
:\u25a0> 1,2,00, Am Car & Foun.| 45 43 44»i 45Vi
. : ' 2001 Do- pfd UO9V2 109 109 112
•: •• 3OoAmer Cotton Oil. 55 54J£ 55 55Vi
..'.-.\u25a0.•.J Do pfd 103 105
V i^:-..!Ata Hide & L... 4% 5
"*: .TS0O!. T S0O! Do pfd- I 25H 25 26 26^
• V •.lpOjAmer Ice Sees... 1S&« I<*\ lS*i 19
:'•.-• 200 ; Amer Linseed 11H 11^ 11 11%
-„*,.'.,:; Do pfd. 2S 31
1.. 900, Affier • Locomotive. 35ii 33 35J4 36
.....i.7| Do pfd f 104 H 105
''t.V ."\u25a0-... American M«lt ••• 4*i 5
\u25a0.•....••..{ Do pfd 1 30 30H
'•- 17.^00 Am Smelt * Ref. 67 62% 66 66^
\.;.-. { Do. pfd jlOl 10114
' r 800 Acier Sngar 11" |115^j112 119
"..:«...!.' Do pfd..' i .*) 115 120
•' '. KX>)Aiaer Steel Foun.| 4Z\\ 43 43^4 43%
. 's.loQ,Amer Tel & Te1.. (131% 130 131^131%
\u25a0''\u0084,;::'. Amer Tob pfd...! 91 92
"= -\u25a0• "' 300fAiner Woolen j 26VS 29 26H 27
' "200, Do pfd »3^, 93 UZ\ P4
•"\u25a0.-. 200,Ariacohda -...JSS 37 SSVi 3S^
".•'• 500,Atlan Coast Line>lo7 105*4 107 10S
/\u25a0 J.6-500;A T &' S«rnta Fe.j 9(j»» 93% m\ 96T4
• • ;400J Po pfd !9S »7% *~Vi »8
'\u25a0':.'&.<m Baltimore & Ohio 105 T 6 104 IOOMI 105Tg
\u25a0\u25a0.'-\u25a0.. ..\u25a0.( j>o pfd...: S5 rso
:.-,- SfiO Bethlehem St**L. 24^ 23 24^4 24Vi
\u25a0...;".i".:.i- Do pfd 47 53
\u25a0'. -3.600 B: liT 175 73 74% 74%
\u25a0- 2.l'OXi Canadian Pacific. ,lß6^ 184 IPiSVs;IS»3"«
.\u25a0• \u2666o.sofi'C &. O 70i« G5 70i« { 70>4
• •;•:..,-. .'.|c & A 24b; 2«ii
'- V-- ,400.i; G XT..: -21 29b 21 22
• • -.TOO- Do pfd.... 42Vi 40 42V4! 43
-."•. I.IQOiC &N W 141&* 141% 14ia»|142
• 10;3(K'C M &St P.' J22*i|llSH 122% 123^4
V \u25a0. 200 \u25a0 Dp pfd 1146* 146 |146^;147
'. •' 2-.2Ai;-CeatYal Leather.. 31 25%! 31 81 Vx
. ;".i.'... Ddi pfd..- I !1OOJ4)1O2
.' i. . .-. . . Central of S" J . . . | . . •• 250 2SO
'w.'...". rCk'-.^go Terminal 2 4
\u25a0•\u25a0..\u25a0;*....} Dft pia ....4 112 20
• .:-.\u25a0 CCC.& St L 65 71
~l ;.;.V-".i Do .-pfd 99^4
. ';•• 7/KiCoio Fuel & Iron 27>4 25*4 27% 2S
.- .il ...;• Do pfd 100 110
. C&wa H C & I 5 6H
• "- 100 Colorado So j 50 1 50 s<> 52
::.:...' Do Ist pfd ...j.....j. ..j .....j , «>j j 73
• •\u25a0:...-,.,; D 6 2d pfd '...: I 169 72
. 14.30fi Coissol. Gas ;i27 1123 1 126% 127
"\u25a0 400,Coj'it Products ..i 13^ 13% 13 14
.:./.;. do. pfd 1 ! 1711 71 73
'c •VlOODel & Hudion ..|155 J155 J155 157^6
.— t -JDL4: W..." ..j...,.i490 510
\u25a0• i , !«OC»'t» X G 2SH| 27 28% 29
• 700' Do pfd ...'... CO j67 69% 70
..-.\u25a0 TMamond Mttch .1 S3 00
' .'... : . ..jDistil Secur ...I | 27 27»4
'. :-...:'v.;i>nli:th S JS & A. 101-i 11
-.:-\u25a0• 200-.- D» pfd i 21% 1 20 21»i 22
: - -.' tSuD -Erie j 23% | 22Vi i 23S 23%
•• 1.-.V- Do Ist pfd ...! I I 37% 3S
[ Do. 2d pfd ...1 1 129 30»i
' '; .l,sf«n Gen Electric :..1140V»f138m39 1141
\u25a0 •-. ". 200 Great . Nor Ore .153 52% 52%] 52%
;• ••" 2f«VGrrat Nor pM .; 123% [121 12:i^, 123%
. .-•• Uliaots Central .127 127 hi
\u25a0•\u25a0:V 4.:{<X!;iiiterb6ro-Metro . 16%| 15% 16% 164
-2,000' Do. pfd. .. 46 I 42*4 46 46H
• »•:•;..-.-.. -.Jlcier .M Marine.. }..:.. l 4% 5%
•\u25a0• '...i.-.':.) Do- iifd j 1 ,14^, 15
\u25a0•\u25a0••.W....|lnt«r Paper \u0084..| j 10 10%
\u25a0;.'\u25a0<:.<'-. :. r»» pfd 1 t 47 49
-.= ..:• 3ftaljiter Pump 40 39 ?$% 40
.-.:.;\u25a0;\u25a0. -v.;. : j po. pw 79^ so
V-. \u25a0; \u25a0\u25a0', {\u25a0;„'«, ilowi Central 16^ 17
\u25a0'•;'.r:\ iv/.|'J)o pfd j 29 30
;:•-. SOOJQuia City So ... tt\\ 25%! 27% 27%
•\u25a0'. . '\u25a0'.''GObl Bo pfd 160 5S 60 61
; " ." .'. . .r.V'liSke- Erie & W . -. ! ]..... 14 17
\u25a0•V.V-.:.'.-.:;! \oo-pfd j 30 34
•\u25a0A Ol.Wtfii'L & H ' : 1136% 134 136% 137
•• »>:V^;Ma<»kay I Sl' S3
: ;- r i> : .-. \u25a0:.;.:;.. Do pfd 1 71 72%
.\u25a0;-.;... -..Manhattan | 127 131
.- ": : ::"fit)O Mexioeu Cej ... 27« i 27V. £7% 2S
\u25a0•.f : "-.iOJ0"Mi'nn &St L ...| 25 25 " 23 25
••' \u25a0 .*:V. «'; :A Do Ist pfd ...| 37 40
•- "-•:.• 400", JJ Sti>iSS Mi122%!120T* 122% 123
•/-....V.- i . Do p : fd I ••«-. 140 150
••-, T.SOff* Mo Kan & Tesas.i 31141 25% 31% 31%
•• \u25a0J. t .:"-Vl'J>o.:.rrd 59^ 62
•-.".' < :: -- Pac 50% 47% 50% 52 .
,- -.- Stfrt^Nat.ional Lead . . 50 j49 50 f 50%
"-"•:-.V-.-.-. -I-.Dq pf(J." ; 102%'10G
\u25a0 -.ii .\u25a0.-."-.• .-j Nat 'BUcni't ;. 101 105%
-.\u25a0>.- >\u25a0•-'•. t .Do. pfd US 130
;•\u25a0 t. : : - .'.T^'eTada Cons j | . . . . : IRTJ 19%
-\u25a0.\u25a0'\u25a0..*.-." --SN YAir Brake.. J 67% 7(> •
" '..WflK V Central 111 10S% lll%llllVi
/.V'.--'-"- : -lN YC& St L 59 61 "
" ....\u25a0-..- Bo in pfd j9B 110
' «;•-'...•;• Do 2d pfd 1 hQ 1 &0
";: .Vv»\.,N V N H & H.. ..... ......|143 150
.. -.. 1/JWiN V Ont &. W... 39% 3Sy>| C 9% 40
\u25a0:.""' : . .>*<¥' NVwfolk & W j 94 \j 93 "I 04 *« 95
•.\u25a0•::,.r..v.;.{= Do. pfd.- .....j S8 93
•'\u25a0•\u0084".-.i'.'..-iN- American 1 \u25a0 C 6 i 67
•'. .ii&jyfjO: Northern Pac . . 114%|112%;114% 115
..>\u25a0..•... ;Omaha ? , ! >i:{s 150
-1. -v. -.-.,- I>o pfd.-...: .'I i!SO 170
% »?-;...:! Pacific Coast I U5 US
1 ... '! .200 Pacific Mail 23%! 23% 23% 24
•.-.":>;-. .^..; Pac T & T Coa j . 30% 30%
-•- ..\u25a0..".•-•••.l -Do pfd ....| 90 95'
". ;.-'?,B(K> Pennsylvania 12S^ I2r,ai 127"iH2S
-.•-.- HM I People's Gas ilOfiU 105'^'106%|i0tS%
\u25a0- -\u25a0 200:PitTsburg Coal ..I 15 " 14%!15 15%
. * ..-„"\u25a0.-.•.\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0 Do . pfd .•.!.\u25a0....•.;:; .1 CO 70
\u25a0\u25a0'.....i.C-CCfrStL 91 94
\u25a0 ;.,.•...;.[• Do, pfd 105 115
. \u25a0', •' ltto Pr Steel Car % 30, 30 30 31
: .i. :.-..[ Do pfd 92' S5
'•; .100 Ry Steel Springs. 31 31 30% 31.
•\u0084..-,.. Jso pfd 90% 99
.••' 42,009K«adin« ;13-7 J 132% 136 % 137
"'...-..-. ..I -.Do Ist pfd 1 85 IK)
' ".'. l|-Do-2dpfd 91 91%
s • ;360!8ep S& 1 28%- 25% 29 30'
•;•\u25a0•'. "200f Do pfd :. 90 90 «>% »0%
'-. 17,100, R0ck .Itland 30 27»i 29% 30 '
• SRai Do pfd €2% 55% 61 U, 62
'. • • I.7OO JSIofs Shef S * I. 57% 51% 57% 58
>\u0084...:--! Do pfd 105 116
\u25a0 \u0084..: ^.. . Si L& S F Ist pf .- 58 I 65
•-\u25a0 800 Do 2d pfd 36% 34% 37 3S
. '. i. ;.... St L 4.-S W 2f» 24
• '.-. ' 400J .Do pfd 59 57 &S 60
\u25a0': 25,100 Southern Pac ...112% 112 112 112%
.' TOOiSouthern Railway] 22% 21 22% 22%
'600 'Do f,fd 50 49' 50 ' 51
'..,'• 60f»\TV>on Copper 22% 22% 21% 22%
,-. *00-TrxaF Pacific... -25% 25% 25% 25%
-' •.l.lOOiThlrd Avenue ... 10% 9»i 10% 10%
••.* . -500:Tol St L & W... 20% 2ft»» 20 21 '
. •-"\u25a0• • 500f Do pfd 44 43 43 44
• ...... '.[Twin City R T lb<s 109
5"...-...*|L'nlon B & Paper 6% 7
: : • '..-.I Do pM 55 61
• ;'-.tf:2oO'-Union Pacific 161% 157% 161% 162
... -.."..-...( . Do pfd S»% 91%
"•" 100' Un Rd» of S F.. 26% 26% 2« 27
*..\u25a0.,.-,.. Do pfd 50 54
• -..-:, — CS. Cast I Pipe "14 15%
i;.i..'.,| Do pfd 52 «0
' -,i.. .... U S' Rubber 31 34
'\u25a0..'. .... Do Ist pfff. ..-. ..;.. ..... 104 105
\u25a0"-•«-*...; Do 2d pfd «5% 0T.% 05 Qh%
1C7.200 U-S Steel Cor. . . 65% BSg *&% Gs%
\u25a0 I.tOO Do pfd 115 113% 114% 115 *
. £.200,Uta8 Copper 44% 43% 44« i 44%
• •• I,ooo: Va'Ca*- <:hem Co. 57% 56%) 57% 58'
". •,^...:.| Do pfd !. 116 us
' .-.l.\OoiWaliash 15% 15% 16% 17
;'• 1.700J Do pfd 34 3i«fe 34 34%'
I Wells Fargo . . .- 155 168
"" 700jWe»tern Union.. 61% 60%j «11 62
. 3AMJ,W*>Ktincbouse ... 55» A 55 55V. r>6
: ....•.,. .LW &L E I 4% 4%
' t Do lit pfd IO 12
.."..;...*| i>o "2(1 pfd r.u a
-.100, Wis Central ..... 43 40 48% 50 .
'€70,500 — total shares 60l<L
• Xew York Bondit
.D S ref 2s reg.,.loo%|ln't Met 4V.S .... 75%
Do coupon lOO^ilnt Mer Mar 4%« 60
• •;•; • Do 3k reg......lOl%rJa r « a < s .'...&0"i
Do <-oupon 101% i Do 4%s ........ 94*4
Do 4s res lUSi'.Kcn City So Ist 3s 72
• .Do cwspon ....lU^jL Shw deb:45,1931 82%
AlliK-Chal Ist ss. 74 L& X unified 4s. 97%
Anser ."«s.lO»% t M. X & Tex Ist 4s 975,
Anjer TiT cv 4s. fIH T (.j Do gen 4%s ... R4
Amor Tobacco 4s. 75% Mo Pacific' 4s. .... 76
Do Cs -105%| Do rv 5s ctfs.. 01%
Armour 4Vis .... 90«iJN R of Mcx 4%5. B3V».
Atch pen -4s 37% 1N V C gen 3%e.. 57%
Do cv 4i> .' 103*;! Do <Jeb -4s ;.r ' *92* i
lto-ev'S* ......107 JXY.NH& H cv Gs.lSl^
Atlan C L Ist 4s. 93 iXor & W. Ist con4s fi7%
B«lt &• Ohio 4fc.. 9^i( Do cv 4s ...... t»6
Do 3%s . . . . ; . . W>*ilNor Pacific 45. . r.IOO
I Do S W 3%*/. S9%i Do 3s ......... 70%
Brooklyn Tr cv.4s.s I=s^o S Llnr rfdg:4s. 91 ..
Central of Ga 55.10."« - Pa cv 3%5, 1915. 95%
fent I>atner s*.. r *7% Pa con 4s. .......102 ,
CUE of JC-J gn 55~.12u% Reading gen- 45... 97J4
Cues & OWo 4%«. ?>«% St h &.S F fg.4s. 73
Do ref 5s ..... 90 Do gen 5s \u25a0-.. . . Ss*l
Chi & Alton 3%5. 70; St L S W. coa 4s. 7.-.V;
C. B& Q Joint 4s 95% Do Ist gold 45.. SS%-
Do pen 45.;?... 87 T *(Seaboerd A;L 4s/ <i 9%
CMt Stp pa 3%s M%iSo Pacinc'col 45. : S9--
C.Rl&'Pac 00l <s/71%! Ik» cv 4s; .".'.. V. i»«M.
Do refdg 4s Do: Ist .ref 4.5.. 93>i
0010 Indus: 5». . .•. 75 . -|Bo-- Railway. 55.... 103>-.
Colo Mlilard 4s.'. 63 j-'Dogen'4s ..:.;" 74« i
PRICESSEESAW
IIS STOCK MARKET
NEW YORK, Aug. ; 2.— The stock . !
market today was largely; an- af-; |
fair of professional . traders,^ ancT.
their views of the* speculative
outlook seemed to change from
hour to hour, judging by the con- . 1
tinued fluctuations of prices. 'The |
movement of some prominent :
stocks^gave warning that the bear !
party had been at work in the; ;
last few days. Tliere is no one ;
subject at present to which so
much importance Is attached as
the year's agricultural- harvests ',
and the market showed a real re- J
sponse to the more hopeful turn ;
of the day's news in that respect. . v
Early depression was transformed
into a buoyant and active closing. !
The government report on cot-.' !
ton condition as on July 25 was"
the foremost influence in shaping-;
judgment of the agricultural out- <
look. The condition figures, show- !
ing heavy deterioration during ]
the month and a poor comparison ;
with the average in a number of ;
years, does not offer great in- ;
spiration to enthusiasm when con
sidered absolutely. The specula-!
tors considered it. not from that \u25a0 \
standpoint, but. relatively. '. In . ]
that ligh{ it was no worse than' |
expected and. better than some of 1
the preliminary estimates, nota- !
bly that of the National Ginners' ]
association. There were reports J
of cloudy weather in Texas, j
•where tfie trouble . is with .the <
drought rather than : excessive "«
moisture. , ' \
The drought • stricken portions J
of the corn belt were reported to j
haye been visited by "abundant <
and \u25a0 soaking rains." and there <
was heavy selling of that com- ]
modity on the exchanges to bear J
out the reports. J
The cheerful tenor of these. ad- (
vices strengthened the resistance 1
which stocks had begun to show !
to the depression of ' the early |
part of the day. ;
The depression centered on the ;
Hawley group to the accompani- <
merit of predictions that the divi- !
dend on Chesapeake and Ohio !
could not be maintained and that ',
the ambitious projects of com- ;
bination centering around that \u25a0
. property were becoming involved
in embarrassments similar to those ',
which overcame the Pearson syn- |
dieate. There appeared a demand ;
for the stock that was .not felt
yesterday during its sharp fall >
and the bears found the supply !
small when they began to bid for |
it to cover their shorts. This put ',
a new face on the matter. . ;
The strong rally in Chesapeake \u25a0
and Ohio and a similar rebound ".'<
on Sloss-Sheffleld steel served as !
a warning that protective meas- ;
ures against bear raids were in "t" t
force. r 1
A sharp reduction in the Lon- '<
don visible supply of copper, re- ',
ports of improving demand for \
that raot>l and reiteration of as- ;
sertions that a policy of curtailed
output had been entered upon by
the principal producers served to
strengthen the copper industrials.
New orders for steel products and
specifications on contracts were
said to satisfy the ideas of au
thorities in that trade. The over
extended bears in the market wrr? \
put fairly to rout before the end ',
of the day and the active list \
showed gains all the way from 1 J
to 4 points. -
Bonds were irregular. Toini !
sales, par value, 51,300,000. Unitc-u !
States bonds were unchanged on ',
call. . '
Col So r&ext 4^28 94 jUnfon Pacific 4s..lCO'i
I»el & Hud cv 4s. 56%! Uo cv 4s I :••<,
Den & Rio G 4s. 94 .1 Do Ist & ref 4s. !)j%
D« rff 5s 90V.1U S Rubber C5...102ii
DlstillTs 5s 04%:-: <<- steel 2d r.s. .lOS'.fc
Erie prior Hen 4s. SI IVa Car Chem as.. 08'
- I*o gen -4s 62 j Wabash Ist 05 . . '. . 107
Do cv 4s, wr Adi I Do Ist & ext 4s 61 Vt
Do rv 4s. ser IS 60 . j Western Md 45... t>2=i
Gen Elect cv ."55..132 | Westing El cv ss. SH
111 Cen Ist ref 4s 96%; Wl* Central 45". . .' 31»/j.
Sevr York Mining Stocks
Alice 2-OOll.eadville Coa' . . . . 03
Bnmswick Con .. 07 Little Chief ..... (Hi
Com Tun Stock.. ; 23) Mexican ' 1.20
Cora Tun Bonds.. lfilOntHrlo ...... 1.50
Con Va Mm Co.. l.OrijOphir 1.10
Horn .Silver . 4U Standerd 1.00
Iron Silver 1.0.1} Yellow Jacket .... 58
Sew York Curb Stocks' .
Bid. Ask. I . Bid. Ask.
Braden 3^ 3%|SUnd M, pfd 41 '45 ~
Brit Colom.. 4* t .1. Standard Oil. Gal GlO
Bte Coalition IS 19 .Super & Pitts 10 \u25a0 11
Chi Subway. 2U - r ;i\ Yukon 4"4 1-10
OUlno ll'.i 12 IC»im Ely ... si£ S
Cons Ariz .. •% i:?-lfi!Fir*t Na'tnl... HVs ?.'A
Dolores ".U5 CVjiKcrr Lake .. 7 : • 7*4
Xl Ilayo 3U 3%>ls* Rose .... .3--;..3%
Ely Cent ... 11-10 vilDalsy .......414 4 ~,.iq
«;iroux 6 3-18 C Vi Majs ... . S5 {K>
Gld Cons ...8% 8 7-l« June 20 .10 ,
<lre«ne Can.. 0»i S January 37 42 -
Gug Express.* — lKf» Davis *Dalr..". '1% ;i«
Inspiration .«: 7 7% Mason Vai . . V,%l'
Miami 1«% 20 |Nev Hlll« ...23-K5 2Vi
Mines of Aril SS" '60 IPalmer ;...\u25a0; .137W14r>,
Montg -Sno. ..' % .....25-10 2Si
Nipisslng ... lO'-i, lOiijTrl Bullion... y. £
Ohio 1 9-l« 1 I.VIC Union Cop ..' i% 4T_
Ray Central. 2U 2 ")-l6| Do pfd ... 15' Ti
Ray Con ...,17>4 17%1E!y Con .... 20 25
San Toy ...22 28 JRIco ........ b 10
Standard Mill 12 15 | Jcmba Ex , . . . 54 .56
Boitton Copper Stoclui ' j
BOSTON, Aug. 2. — Coppers opened very . dull ;
hut firm. After midday there was considerable
life injected ' Into these, shares by. some more '
pood buying as of yesterday; and prlcr* ed
vainced to above yesterday's highest. Good're
ports continue to route- In from all quarters on
the metal and traders are confident that shares
will gradually but surely advance. But 'at
present the market*. is intensely dull. .Only a
few of the issues have been dealt in and price
changes aw confined to 'small fractions. -\u25a0'\u25a0 Lake
Is a trifle firmer, belling at 34%, up %.\u25a0 North
Butte has been a little active at 23%; ' sent
iment is quite a little Improved and it was
said that - activity would bring a. higher ran"c
of prices. . . . ' ' _-
-The following list is furnished br E. • F . Hut
ton & Co., 430 California .street, San Francisco
m/bm/b A^ k -' ' ' * Bid. A«k.
Adventure .. 4V4' » 1 North Butte.. 24% = 24%
AHo«i«?z — 39 Ncv Cons IJ» - 19U
Arcadian ..'. 4»,; 4»ft North Lake... 7% - S
Arii (»m \u25a0.. lS>i isa; Old t Dominion Xty. "—
Atlantic G 7^ 4Osceola4 Osceola .: 12'> ' —
A P ..'..:.. 4% 4% Ojibwav r,T' 6
Do nfd .. . . 1« 16^, Parrot "'.. .... 13 \u25a0 — -'\u25a0
BaUkfala ... 10% 11- iQaincy ,'..;... 7o \u25a0' — -
Bte Coalition IbU>lßs£ Shannon .. ' 9 J 4 9%
Cal &Ariz.. SOfe-Sl- ISanta Fe ...' lUj. j%
C»l & Hecla.^- 1 -525 "\u25a0 Uniscd' 'Shoe.. 4SW'4SV
Centennial .-IS 1« ' :.l>o pfd ..'. 28V4(27i3
Ooppr Range C 263 ,lSuper'& Bost ;»U. S%
Daly- West... 6% 7 )Soper.& Pitts 10iX-j6.v
East.'Bntte;.. 7^ — i (Super Copper.' 41« i 42
Franklin ..... 10V4'10% Tamarack .:: 52 ''54 :
Granby -.....- 32H — Trinity.....:. •• 4« .5-
Hancock.'.... 16^ l7Vi US. Mining. 3Q&36*;
Helvetia .... 2 2% Do pfd . . . 4(J^ 48
Ifle Uoyalc.. 16* i — iL'tah. Apex .'. 2K J-
Indlana ..... HV, 12i(Utah Coos^.. 23* i 24 '
Kerr Lake ..10 lOUlVlctorta :.T.. 2»i -.1- •-
Kewcenaw ;. 2% 3% Wolverine' ...lo9 i^- *"
Lake - Copper. 36 36 Vi Wyandutte . . -. 114- i»i
La Selle ... »i,5,10 Wlnona ..... S^(iU
Mass . Con • . . 7 ~hi iGreene Can.'., 'fis? X 7'
Mich-Mln .. 2^-2?.; Glroux ....... > 6U. *%
Mohawk .... 4414 45 Ray C« • .."., 17^ 17=5
BoKtbn : Curb I S tocks
Bid: Ask. v '..-.."i > -: Bid 'Ask
Arts & Mich. 22 InsplraUon ./ -7 - 7»i"
Ahmeek ....100 160 Lire Oak .... — ir,u
Bohemia 4%.': 5 - Majestic '.C... '50 .v"s2'->. v " s2 '->
Boston >Ely:. 1% 1% Ncr, D®ogUs. 2 *'- 2U>
Calaveras -.:.10% 10?4 Ohio ;,v'.-;;.:-.-/; ,v.-;; .:-.-/ -lU-; i*J
Cactus '.....-.' \u25a0_•%'- :% Oneco .. .: :. .' 13? '2
Chief Cons . . . • . 1 «.„ I%R aw Coalition •15 ' S l 7 1~
Corbin ......; 5 5% Sbattuck rArla 22:" 23 '
Cblno .:...'.:. 11% 12 < San r Antonio: . \u25a0 — -7
Dars Dalr.. 1% 1% Sup &.. Globe. '—'••.: 25 -7/
:^ntct;-?;4S.V South LLake;;;/?L Lake ;;; /?« .' 5 »
Lotnlnn ClnninK Stock* ' -: ,
Cons, for, money.. 81»4 U.uinv &. Nash. '...l4o';
Dofor sect..-.. S\% M,K&,Texas. t ..V Wr:
Amal Copucr ....C2>i N V Central...:.. ll2'*
THE-SAm,;FRANCISGO^.CALU^^VEDyESDA¥;IAIJGITST i 3, 1910;
Fair Trade in Local Securities
Mining and Oil Stocks Quiet
Anaconda ..". . . . .". \u25a0-, 7% Norfolk & West. . . 8614 !
Atchison ......."..\u25a0 »"Vi Do pfd ; . :...': :.*9O
Do pfd ........102 Ontario & West... 40 \
Bait & 0hi0:..... 107% Pennsylvania •'..;:. 65'
Can Pacific \u25a0"'. ISS% Rand Mines ;...".. 8%
Ches & 0hi0....: 67% Reading: .-.\u25a0,...... .CSV?
Chi Great We5t... 22 So Railway ...... 22
Chi,. MU& St P.123*4l Do pfd" .-./..'.. V 51 ;
De- Be«rs ....... 16% So Pacific ....V.. 112*4
Den & Bio G. .. .' 2SVJ Union Pacific . . . .162%
Do pfd ......... 70 .. Do , pfd .... .... 93\
Erie ....;.. .. 23V4JU S 5tee1........ 67*4
Dolst pfd..:. .37% Do pfd ...... :..ll"Vi
Do 2d pfd ...2!>^|Wabash .......... 16^
Grand Trunk . .'. . 25 * t Do pfd v :..'..;.' 33 \ >
111 Central '. .: . . .131 [Spanish 4s vr. \u25a0.'.-. .92 "/\u25a0
\u25a0 "Bcr silver— Steady; .24 0-lKd per - t ounce. :-.;
/ Money— 1 per \u25a0 cent. '.•..\u25a0-'••'-' \u25a0
\u25a0 Hie rate of discount : . in ' the open market for
short bills Is 1% percent and, for three months'
bills 2'ts- per cent. •. \u25a0 .-> . >- . •
*-" ' Treasury Statement' _
WASHINGTON. Aim. 2. — The condition lof
the treasury- at the Iteglnnlng of ' business today
w«s as. follows: '-. '\u0084.- " '."\u25a0..: - : \u25a0 "
Trust funds— Gold coin. f&70,R«<5,669-. silver I
dollars, $490,104,000; Fllver. dollars of 1890. ]
$3,632,000; silver •certificates outstanding.
5490,104,000. -• ;- • • |
.General fund— Standard silver "dollars in gen
eral- fund, $2,256,664: - current -liabilities, $102,
015,592; working bslanceMn treasury; offlees.*
$20,551,471; - in banks to credit of treasurer of
the United States, $35.800,07(5: subsidiary silver
coin. $20,345,285; minor coin. $1.150,320; . total
balance in general fund.' sol.9o9,SSS.
. .. . London Gold Movement v
LONDON. 1 . Aug. 2— America took { $3,000,000
out of the $4,500,000 worth of gold available In
open market today. Th<» rest of the supply was
taken 1 ' for India and the \u25a0 continent. ' The price
was ,*4d higher. . '"•.:. "
. i\ew Tork Money Market
NEW YORK. Aug. 2.— Money on call easy
at 1*4<3;2 per cent; ruling rate, 114; closing bid,
1; offered at 1 14. • . . »- - •
Time loans-rEasy; 60 days, 3©3 U; 90 days,
4 ( &4M ; six months, 4;5<35. ' •-/
' Prime- mercantile paper — o<4<S|6-per cent. -
Sterling exchange — Steady, with actual busi
ness in banker.*' bills at J4.R340<54.5300 for 60
day bills and at $4.5535 for demand. -
- Commercial bills»[email protected]%.
Bar silver— s3»ic ...•»•'\u25a0'.
Mexican. dollars — 44c- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 - -> •"
• Bonds — Government' steady, railroad irregular.
Chicago Exchange Rate •
CHICAGO. . Aug. 2. — Exchange on New York
par,
.. .Northern Business-
SEATTLE. Aug. 2.— Clearings. ~51,002,455;
balances, -$125,547.
TACOMA. " Aug. ,2. — Clearings, $902,554;
balances, $60,970. \u25a0 •
SPOKANE. Aug. 2. — Clearings, $702,079;
balances. $52.576. ' " ".' '
PORTLAND. An?. 2.— Clearings, $1,043,777;
balances, $153,277.
Loans, Exchange and Silver •
Stocks of silver at S'aangbal on July 23.
lf>lo. were-the. lowest of the month, being 12.
542,200 taels. as compared with 14,285,000 taels
for the. previous week. Much of the reduction
was., attributed" to sales made -to India,' -on
account of the spot corner there.
Prime mercantile paper ....... >5 <iJ6 per cent
I/oans on- real estate 15'sftiS per cent
Sterling exchange. 60 days ...! —^)4.53% .
j Sterling exchange, 5ight....!..'.. — <"3i4.55% ...'-
I Sterling exchange, cables .' — fn' 4.Bo^4 \u0084
N»w York exchange. " sight -.-- — (<t ~Vi
New York' exchange, telegraphic. — <<$ 10
Hongkong exchange, sight ...... — fc% \u25a0 43V4
Hongkong exchange.' telegraphic. —(($ 43$s
Silver, per ounce — ( Qi 53*4
Mexican dollars, nominal ...:.. •— @ •50 \ .-\u25a0
• CONTINENTAL \u25a0
New York on Paris.-' ."10?i
New York on Mexico : . . ;.. 201*3
Berlin on London .........:..'........:. :25. 22 ',«
Paris :on London .-. 20.44 ;4
STOCK MARKET
Trading, in local sectjrities ; was fair yester
day, without, any marked variations. City elec
tric was lower at $51.12% and Associ^tPd oil
declined from 544.75 \u25a0. to 544. California -wive
bonds were- firm at $!j0.25.- There werp sales,
of Dv Pont. powder common at $150 aad" Anglc
and. lyindon Pariß bank at ?151. • .. *••\u25a0\u25a0"
.The Pacific -.ceo -and electric 'company has. de
clared' .a- quarterly .dividend of 51:50 per share
on the preferred stock,' payable August 15. -
/ STOCK AXD'BOXD EXCHASGE
TUESDAYi Auc. 2— 10:30 a. m..
UNITKD STATES BONDS
Bid. Ask.!" " ' . Bid. Ask.
4s or cp new — 1 |3s qr coup... . '\u25a0 — -
\u25a0 MISCELLANKOirs .-BONDS -
Ala A W r.e. — 100 Oak Tran 155.107% —
.U-. R KITiS. 01 — Oak Trail 05.103 . —
AssJ'Oll ss. 95-— O, Tran CnSs.lo2% —
!?-V'crc r,s.io.T 104 OjTraciCn r.s —" ns
',!'< C H ."s. 03 — O Trac &> 5S — '\u25a0: S)2H
tCui'.Gt: Kg O W gtd ss. »4 .—'
I i-.: C "'. ''fC 00^100 Ora' Cable (is.' — l»v,ti
I e-V. •"*.: G 3^.100 — Pac (^ Ini 4s. SO r % 57%
• C- I "..•\u25a0:-\u25a0,--. no % — . P B ' Ry r>5.. 104 — ."
l c-:y :\u25a0'.:. z---.. ss% _ . p aP ;l^p .-.*. 07% —\u25a0•
i C.C "i'i~~ Or-.— • 100 Do gtd ."is'. !t:i"i —
1 1-3 • .; rj-:;r02% >H Pac Ti-T ."»«.. Ut\% —
! r.i ::: r^S;. \u25a0— is-2 -jp \u25a0& ell (is. as —
i ?>.; r \u25a0*-v > <:s.iO7'<un<i jp fc-o n tis.ion; .— „
; r'-jrt r ? 4«*s SO 90 People 1 * W ."s — 00%
i i-i-st i" Tras.Hll — Powell st fi-5..100 —
X &'C II 0f. '.02 \u25a0\u25a0•—'", iScc -EG&RT.*.ICOU —
H-C ii S r.MOr. 100 [S I.Ueso 11 ss. — — .
lion R T fi5.104% — S J L&P ."s. 95% !»7V:
L Tahoe U"* — 0-> —S-F 1U Ry:. .".s — . .—.. — .
LA Elec .'s. — \u25a0-— .' SF.O & .SJ-V.104 104%
LAO &Elss — 100 l>o 2d mess — \u25a0 DO . .
Do C^ir ."is. SIS. — ' D«r Con ss-. — * 9(5 -:'
L A Ry ss..lfMV — KISc SCR 4>(,s — f»0
j LAI. gtd ss. 100 — Sierra R Us".. — 100 V.
LAP lem .-.s.ia'Jii, — : s P r>f C G.v
I-\P Cal ss-. -. — \u25a0 102%' (19l'J> ....104 —
; Marin W r.s.H:O% — ISPC'I-c c r,5.11?%1 — .
Mkt st C (is.lol-% — |S r BR «5.124 '125%
i Do lem ss. 0S% — 'jSPRR W r4s '— 94U
.MV& MtTs*. — -\u25a0 — IStkii G&K fis.lo4 ""
N R of C 55.112% — .iSV W.g raK4sjß!>% —
N C. Ry 55 . . 101) '— . ]I r G & E ss. 3S % I — .' !
NC P CoSfi.lCO — X'R of SF 4<. C 7% (U>:>i
N ._(', !».- On -5s — , 94% Vnllejo.Ben & \u25a0" \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0'.
N ni Co r.s. — 92% Napa rks-:'-
O GL&H 5*. 102 103 V'MWV) P 5.«.100>i103%
. - • AVATBR STOCKS '• '
Marin Co . . — |S .\\-Wat Co. 47% 4b Vi
- GAS AND 'ELECTRIC- STOCKS
City .El C 0 . .. r,iy» 52%. Pac .L f pfd. . . 74 V. — '
N Ca! Power <;.'{% "Do corn..; 63 -— S.
Oro W, -L&P 00% — -*\u25a0
' INSURANCE STOCKS' -
Cal Ins Co.. — SO . jPac C. Cas Co— — .
Firemn's ' Fd.23s — [ -:..-•-•
' BANK "STOCKS
Am -Nil Bk. — 130 ..jriist Natnl. .220 -;255 -
Anglo &-I>on.ir.l 135 Mer Nnt- Bk.' — —
Bank of. CaUCSi;, —,|S p Nntlonal. — — i
Cent Trust;. ll7 122 |i;nion T.Co..— "'"—
SAVINGS BANKS , , ..- .
Ger. S & \u25a0L.2Sso'2f>oo S -V- S.tv"; i;.';SOSVi —'\u25a0
Hum S 8k.'.12-"i 150 . Say &, L So. . — jrl2."»
Mut Sav Uk. — • 70% Ser Say. Bk-'..'.32-"i- -3."0 •
. ' STREKT RAILROAD STOCKS , ';
California ..12"i tsu •! Presidio .'....\u25a0 25 32'^.
POWDER STOCKS
Dn Pont' pfd 53% Srt lOiant Con .v SI "V— '
Do com . ,149 152> | . . ; . .. .
. SKGAR STOCKS --
Hawaiian C. 40% _ MaUawell SC 3S 3!)
Honckaa S C 18 U — Onmnra S .C. 46 — ."
Hutch S PC 17% IS% Pnanhau S C. 26U-"'
Kllauea-S C.a:5%* — -iPnlon S Co.-; — 76 !
•- :".\u25a0:'\u25a0.:• ' OIL'STOCKS' ' -
AmalOilCo. — :. -r-.. Sterling' s lOll:. 2 —
Asso Oil Co.-44 44% W-C«a«tiP Pf — 101
Pnlnic-r Oil; . — ' v 1% .;Do; Com: . .. — —
..;;. MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS, . 1
Alaska PA.— \u25a0 90%',Pic Aux F. A — 5
Cal .F-C A. .101 .. — •-, IPac \0 -Borax. 155". —
Cal Wine A.-30 . -33 Pac' T&T, pfd — 94 '\u25a0'
MA«& MtTm. — " _^-. I Do rom ... SO 35"
N Alas S C 0.115 .— • iPlillp. T,& .T 21W —
\u25a0 : : -::'i .;-.' sales ,-. . \u25a0 :.-\u25a0-:.\u25a0 .?/"..-'
->• \u25a0- \u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0-• Morning Session • <\u2666 \u25a0• :
"Board— '.: • \u25a0 -\u25a0' • .' . >
.'. '25' Associated .Oil C 0..".'.' ..' ..".". ! .'. ..44.7r>"
—!.";'' •> 'Associated' nil C;>. .. :.:?.. ..-;..'\u25a0 44. 62%
," " 15' Associated Oil C 0.::./. ...-.::.. 44. 2.V
50 City Electric: C 0 .... ....... 51 .12%
190 Spring Valler. Water C 0.....-..'.. ....-..'. 48. 0o",
$3;000 People's' Water \u25a0 Co -r>s .*.*.". ': .*: . ".-.\u25a0* 05.87%
'/\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0' •, Street— . '. ..i-~~. '\u25a0:\u25a0:\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0.'.-. : -,->
\u25a0 !•> Anglo & 'London 'P Nat- Bcnk.'. 151. 00
$4,000" Associated 'Oil Co 'ss. s 5: :::.. !>5. 25 '
$l,(/K):Paciflc;Tel .&.. Tel \*.5. .'....:... 97.00. -
?I,COO S P R'R of Cal (35r(1.012). "..'.\u25a0.. 104. 25
-T .'\u25a0*"\u25a0- 'J. Afternoon" Sessjon .....\u25a0; '",',••\u25a0'.' '".
. Roard-r- \u25a0\u25a0.-,» . \" . , , . •'
v 10 Associated" Oil Co. 'cash.' .. .V. .. 44.25- '
':' :\ : 10 Associated ' Oil "Co, -cash:':.-.'. ...'44.00 "
.- 50,Paauhau' --S'*-!'. Co.-.V... .-;'.'.*\u25a0/. ."'.*.:: 20. 25 '
$I.OTi« Associated ' < )il •Co sj». ; s • 5 1 .•; . ;1 95.2 > i
. t.C,,C/*r Cal f GasT* ' El \u25a0 O "M & C T ss. / 99.75
$5,000 City- Electric C0;5«.'.:. .-......: 8f». 00 "\u25a0'
$3.f)00 California Wine. AFsn 55. .. . ... 00.25
$2,000 JEdi.'on i Light & \ Power 65. . . . . : 108.00"
$1,000 Oakland Gas.. Light & Heat 55. -. 102.50 *.i
$2,000 Spring -Vai Wat- gen ;mtge'=4s;'. n 'S9.C o i4'
'(si f-r~f -r~ "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Streetr^J' l;»', J.'i-^it. i'i'-i'y J• \u25a0 '»»--'" •'
>'\u25a0 • . *- 25 E- 1 • dv . Pon t de ' Nemours c < com ). 1.T0 . 00 ":'"';
$9.000-S"P' R'R^of Cal 6s< (1912t .: ::.104.25 \u25a0 1
-\u0084 •:".; UNLISTED .SECURITIES . - ' : •;' ; !
\u25a0 -.-\u25a0iSO.Anier- River- Electric ..•......'.. 16 OO I .'
$I.ooo_ S ; F& H J 5s .'*.'.: ..,...,." 11 1 ; 50 . *
MINING STOCKS
:> Active • stocks "yesterday \u25a0 • were "\u25a0'\u25a0 Combination
Fraction.,- at: 4SQ .V»c.:, against "; a /closing ; quota:
tlon-.of -• 49c, r on . Monday. „ and v 'Jumbo H Extension
at 1 4S®s7c. ->agalnst t 49c.- Emmet 'Barrett: being
a i large v .buyer • of,thn : stock. w ,r Belmont 1 sold lup
to • $4.-:; against.^, Monday's v- v close i \u25a0 of • .'j $3 97 ii
Nevada II Ills - lost -.7c ' on \u25a0 the'? day at \u25a0 $2.15."-** The
other ij southern •-XeTadas'.were \u25a0- quiet.'- The JCom
stock»Twere'dull Tand, featureless. 1 ;-vA.\^,-; ; ., -
/ . Another?; bullion § shipment *• at i $SO 000
from' the.;- Stall 'lease rand ; the i National? mine at
N atlonal.-. Uiimboldtj countyA NeT.,"> has been made
to the j San - Francisco : nilnt.t^ The*; Nat lonal fcom-
P*ny.* recently^ declared . nj Second idlvldend > at ! the
rate of 5c per- Bhare. j ; or j $37,500, ion \u25a0: the 750 000
shares outstanding.; '. The first • diTidend : was lc
per share. :,„.•'•: ./.:'.\u25a0 ;S, '
The Potosi mining company basv levied an
assessment ' of - 10c per - share. .' '
'In Goldfleld much .construction work is In
progress on-subsidiary buildings at'the-big Con
solidated" mill. ' a Foundations ; are ; being laid for
a -.new refinery somewhat. removed -from- the
present plant, which caused- the fire at the mill
last April, and preparations are also being made
fori construction of.-,a: new /change
room, etc.:* Grading has- been completed for the
big ' ore*, bins that ' are ~ to . be \u25a0 erected at V the !
Laguna, shaft, and a new gallows frame Is being;
prepared for . these £ workings, which will soou
occupy .an -^important place l in -development , of
theßed'.Top and as an, outlet for ore. . j
SAX! FRA.XOISCO STOCK EXCHAXCE
. Following. -.were '-the on the San Fran-,
cisco sto^ii '«jkcnange -ye^erday: \u25a0 •- • - :
r '•- \u25a0-\u25a0;. .".'..'. COMSTOCKS \u25a0'\u25a0'
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0> •"\u25a0• \u25a0-- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•-, Regular Morning -Session \u0084' .
\u25a0900 Alpha ....... 0* lOti Seg Belcher .. 23
3500 Bmus; Chollar. 16 100 Seg Belcher--.. 22
2500 Brim's.- Potosi.. 15 "XW Sierra Nev 31
200,f;oulrt & Our. -2H|,100 Sierra. Nev ... 32
WO.Mexican V. :...i:25 100 Unicn ,;....... 45
,300 Ophir. .'....;.. 1.20i'100. Utah ;..:.. OS
" . '.'- ! .Afternoon Session - \u25a0 ;- .'. •
Andes ".-. I-;.'.".' 17 300. Mexican ...:.:lv2">
100 Bullion .".... li 1000 Ophir ........1.20
-50 Confidence ... 75 200 Savage ..'.'...'. 23
200' Confidence' ..;• 70 100 Sierra Nev ...
200 Coh Va M..1.07% '100 Sif rra Nev • . .:- 34
*200 Gould' &• Cur. 23 100 Union ....I... :•:••• 45
;100"Hale & Norc. 35 .700 Union ,44
' :.'. " , -'Informa Session ' \u25a0 \u25a0
\ 500 Bnins Chollar. \u25a0-. 1C 1400 Mexican ......1.25
'500 Bruns Chollar.^ 17 300 Occidental—...' 40
3000 Bruns Potosi. 15 100 Savace '...;... 23
2000 Bruns Potosi. 16 . --
:,'. .CLOSING QUOTATIONS
. ' ' . BldiAsk.l- .. -•--"- .BldlAjsk.
Alpha ..:.'-.:.. OS (fit Hale & Norc. . 34 |3«
Alta .;.'......• («t H .Tulia ..' — • 11
Andes . ..* 17 IS Justice ....... 09 ,: 11
Belcher- — 73 Kentuck ... 10 —
Best' &' Belch.- 4j 40 Mexican '.:... .1.25 1.27
8u11i0n"..... : 11 -12 N Gould &C. 23 —
Bruns : Chollar. ;16 • — Occidental .... 40
Bruns Potosi. \u25a015 — Ophir ....... .'.1.17 1.20
Caledonia .... ' —''51 Overman" '..'. .'.' S5 90
Cassldy ..... \u0084,26 30 Potosi '30 36
Challenge Con IS f2O Savage v 22 "24
Chollar. . . ... .... 19 >. 21 Scorpion ..... .'. 07 OS
Confidence ... 70 75 Seg Belchrr . . 22 23
Con Imperial. 06 07 Sierra Nev ... 30 : '31
Con ".Va/M.". ..i:OS I.IOiSiITV Hill .'..*. 00 08
Crown Point. . - 5."> . — Lnlon 1... 41 44
E ' Sierra Nev. v OiV —Utah . ....07 09
Eschrquer .... 17' 20 Yellow Jacket. 64 70
Gould & Cur. 23 25 •
TONOPAH AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS
. . Regular Morning, Session . .
500 Atlanta ......" 14" 1000 -Mayflower Con 03
1500 Bine -Bull ..;\u25a0 05 200 Montana ....?? 90
1000 com' Fraction. 49 300' Do,' b 10.... 90
2000 Cracker Jack. 02 100 Nev Hills ;.'. .2.20
!000 Fairvw Hailst 04 50(! Do. s 10. .2.17%
r.OO Jumbo Ex ... "49* 800 "Red Top Ex.. 04
1500 Lone Star ... 02 500 ' West End 64
SCO MacNaninra ..,.31 ;"' • . - •' •» ', \u25a0
i" ' "' i Afternoon. Session
100 Belmont ...3.97%: 500 Jumbo Ex ... 4S
200 Belmont '..-\u25a0.'.-. 4. 0»;250<J Jumbo Ex ... 49
1200 Com Traction." 481 500 Jumbo" Ex'"...' 50
2000 Com Fraction.' 4fl'?oCo Mid Pawnee... .01
2000 Com Fraction. .-.1L'.00 Montana ..... 87
1000 Conr'Fraction. '52f'\2fxt Montana ..... 8-S
(500 Com .'.Frcetlon. ."53 IROO-Ner Hills ..2.17%
."00 Com Fraction.- 543000 Oro v " 03
5000 Com Fraction.' ."5 400 Pitts S Peak . ; "- 60 !
400 Daisy- 05 1000 Ran- Queen .-. 24
T.OOO Dixie ........ ()l IS.-JOO Red Top Ex f 3
.100 Old Con. M...5.40 I WO Yellow Tiger.. 07
.'lnformal Session • ' •" '
1000 Belmont V. .*. .4. 00!. 1500 .TntnlVn Ex ... •''«
. 000 Gld Con! M.. .5.4.V 500 Jumbo" Ex- ... 57
10.000 Q Merger -M. -0912500 MitcN'amara . . :'l
3000 Jumbo Ex ... 55 [•'()« Nev HHls -V.: .2.10
. CLOSING L QUOTATIONS .
- CALIFORNIA
\ - Ria.Ask.! • Bid.Ask.
Argonant ..... — ' 2.1M/Kenap<ly ....iIO.OO
Banker Hi 11. .5 .00 - -±\So Eureka M. —5.00
Cent; Eureka!. — SO; • -
: ' ''.NEVADA
V Touopah District
I'.Ul.Ask.l . Bid.Ask.
Belmont .: .. .3.37 4.oo'Moat Pitts Ex. 03 —
Jim Rutler :'. . . T.I —[North . Star ... o."> —
MacNamara' .. SO :;2j ßescue Con ..- 03 04
M ldwny >24 " — Ton Exten . . \u25a0 ' SS ' Sa
MlzpahTEx CV "4 — :Ton of Nev.;. S. oo
Montana ..... S7 -.:-.SSI West End . . .- t!3 - ' 05
-..- -\u25a0\u25a0- . \ , Goldfiei.'l District \u25a0'•\u25a0
Arlaiss ;' — .•. • \u25a0 OliGld Kevranns;. 0-"i OR
A tlantn -.:.... ,13 .-.ls:f;i.r Merger M. OS •\u25a0 09
Blue Bell-'."... iOl.' — [Grandma:- '.' 01 . ". —
j Blue Bull '... VO4 Oi Great Bend . .' 02 03
Booth ....;.. -12 .14 Grt isend'-Anx. — 01
COD — , OS Grt Bend Ex. — 01
CMmnbia Mt.. .04 — !.f innl>o Ex ... \u25a0 TtC> \u25a0" 57
Com - Fraction. 4!> ' ."iDiKcndall •.- 0.1 —
Ooninioaweiilth 03 ; . — il/oi] ( > Star .... 02 0^
Conqueror -..- . 01 •-'- 02^1-jynp ;.v.... :: — • 03
I Crnckc-r' Jack. 01 ; ;:..... (XS " On
Daisy ..... 04 • a.-.,Reil Hills .'... 03 04
DmiinYT . Trngl. ..— »HR:-d T^p Ex.. 02 03
Florence .".'..•. '.2. 40 2.4C-!-'.-arlst-:."r.i :.'..;. — .'" 114
Florence \u25a0' Ex ..' .01 — \u25a0\u25a0^lr~- p:.-v . . 07 ' —
France^- Mhki <i:> \u25a0 — '::'•\u25a0 l*ci: ...... 10 1.1
Gold • Bar Gld 04 — | V.".>v" •„• : ; :. 01
<Md Cm M...5.4."> S.47!Vr.'r.or. ; T^-cr.. 1 — 0C»
O'lO Portland. \u25a0 — C:| ':.•.- - -
', BnlKrc.:: D.'strl«t \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'..
Amethyst ....; — "\u25a0" 01 iXvc*. Bullfrog. — 01
Bonnie. Clare..'- 07--'- — .\lonts-omy Mt. — ('1
T.lfrg Nat Bk — j 01 Tramp Con "... - — -05
i Homrstake. ." K. — 0li7eoo»)a Con .. -- SO
J Mayflewcr Coil <i 2 C 3| Valley \u25a0 View.;. — \u25a0 (tl
_ -"•\u25a0\u25a0' } Manh-tr-i Dlutrict \u25a0
Little Grey. .'. — OC]Mi:Jtat!g Mm.." 01 f>2
Man. Big Four -02- OSlPInp- Ntt- -.". — --Or
Man Ccw :'. .. —^" CSiStray" Deg .', . 01 02
\u25a0sf<ci Dexter... 04 . 05!Tuank«'ivln- . — -04
Mineral Hill.. — 01 1 -
\u25a0 \u25a0 Otter Districts r
Balloon Hill.. — OSiNer Gold liev. — . 01
E«gle-'s--N>st..- 07 • -4 Pitts- S- Peat r.~ .'.(» —
Fa irvw ( ; Bid 02 0 1 Ramsey . . .'. ... — 01
I-'Hirrw. Hailst .04 05 Raw Coalition. ,14 15
Fair-»-vv Eagle. ?.T> \u25a038 Raw Queen .. 20 30
Jack Pot .... <i 2 — Round Mt-...' 45 —
Nev HIHs . ..2;1.*l 2.20 i- - ;
-'. \u25a0'• . i j" Copper Stocks ,
Cll in Ely . . 5 . S7,' 6 . 1 2 1 Nj? v Cons ... 19 . 00 19 . 25
Glroux ' Cns. (i.25 C.7."l \u25a0 . .• ..„\u25a0: : . . .
Assessment Directory "Comßtoek Mines j
<'o"mpany — ' 'No. -Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Gould & Curry 17 ' July .17 "Aug. 10 ' .10
Silver Hi 11 ... 3D -.- . July 22 --.-'\u25a0 Aug. '22 .tih
Mexican •;:;. .101 July 23 Aug. 17. \u25a0 .20
.*.iphn -con.v.; v .- July so.. Aug. 24 " ";a". ;
Con. Imperial. 70 . July 31- Aug." 25' • .10
Best & \u25a0 Belch". f t* . July 01 Aug. .24 .10
Con. ;, Virginia; 15, . . Aug... 1 . Aug. . 2d . .2."
Hale. &• Norc. 27 -..Au2. 2 Aug. 2(i .10
Jillin ....'. ..V-I.T •* Acg; ' 0 Sept. •! ' .0."!
.Scorpion. ...;. IS;.. ..Auc. 1 11 ; . "Sept. V. 0. "..Oii
Bullion ;...>.I.S . Aug.-ll . Sept. 12, ,. 05
OILSTOCKS
\u2666 ; \- - ; •''."'."•" V '\u25a0' : ' — — — — -V
r Light trading characterized \u25a0•\u25a0' the: s nil shares
agHin : refterday.";:. Caribou was ' firm ' nt $1." end
Palmer- was steady, at 51.45 and Empire higher
at.sl.r.O,bld. \u25a0;-., ;.. .--.•,•..„.•.;- *
'Palmer stork rras ex dividend of lc. 1 • : •;''
; San., Francisco , mid . McKlttrick •'. declared - a
dividend of ;:;oc. » payable ; September . 1. > The
books cose August 26. : B ' ' • " \u25a0.'*. \u25a0 '.'
: The Hopklns-Maltman'*. company'; yesterday ' re-"
eelved tht- ' following telpgram;- from the New
Pennsylvania:: "The rods broke and we' had to
pull v out the tubing und . found :.we had • 2.700
feet of- oil standing ln> the -hole and.no water,
showing we { were not ' pmnplng - tWQf oil fast
cnoiish. We are. now puttingjn. 3 Inch tnbtnsr
In place : of -,the 2\i lneh.< All . doubt as to the
weir, has now passed. I : :• .' ', , \u25a0 .',
. A special meeting of the:sto?k holders of the
Caribouoil company has. been called for Septem
ber.' 21, 1010,' to. voteupon' a propositloa to>in
orecse;the capital stock^from $100,000 iuIOO.OOO
shares of the par value of. sl, each. -to $1,000,000'
In • 1 .000.000 shares of- $1 - pur • rahie • each. > - - \u25a0• :
v :J.W. H. -Brooks ; and . Moasrs.:i Perkins,'*- Goyner
and ' Sautelle .have closed .'• a . deal ; for * the \u25a0 sale
of • their,, holding* viu- the- 'Midway- at >- a % figure
which >epersents.'a.*iiet profit. of. $70,000 in less
thaii-12 .months. .-/They ..were -.the owners .of
what' Is- known us. the; Sears -wellH. -situated less
then one mile ! from the famous Lukey lew. gusher.
The. ! purchaser ' ,ls the.- Penuoyt-r^ company, one lof
the large-operators -.whoße' headfluartors ;are «ln
New ; York . city.*;.' Ninety " thousand ; dollars * roy
altjvon all-future production' was the price 'paid
for -the -property.- ;, It is \u25a0. stated the- -new
o'.mers^lntend '- to . start.-: extensive development
work and -.that .one !well;. will. ; bC putidown- on
oaehaere of the* property.';""'' ' --• \u0084' -/;'
"'Republic i oil- company . well' -No 7. ,1 ' is > down
about, .1.750.; feet - with 10 i irich-< casing.". . The
formation ; checks closely with that ; found -in the
Empire. 1 " '_\u25a0••\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0; \u25a0'\u25a0:--"•' '••\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0) \u25a0.-•".'\u25a0. i ;.^'":'-.'.. '\u25a0'•"*'\u25a0 •£'
.:. .Empire 'oil v company/, section : 32-10-15,' \u25a0\u25a0 is down
about" 1,C2.-»,.> feet with Mo-incho -inch caßingi ln ; .well
No." 2.\'.;V Well •' No! c 3"\u25a0 is '• down \u25a0• something V over
1,700, feet, i*: :J s*-.:,s *-. : , -'. \u0084./.-\u25a0;.•; -:;'..-. ;-.i. ;-:-,^ ; - -.-..... ,\u25a0;
\u25a0•The "American oilfields- cmnpany," which' is '"a
little " more: than r six? months;- old. ' has , sent ; a'
circular , to" stock holders • which:, shows \ that I dlvl-" |
drnds' at. thcrate'of 4~; per cent- p«r annum 1-*1 -* have ';
be'a' declared '•on: the ouf standing, stock. I'.Thls
now ; amounts to > $ltt,".oO.OOOJ"and the nuart#rly,
dnsburpcmenf 1 - therefore Twill . ; be \u25a0". $l&JM>ofi J.The
bonds ', Usued 111 1 mount ; to! $1,700, 000," i these • draw
• lns ?6.;per; cent. ; v r .T,.-a. r.,.v,'.r \u0084.v,'.- t\...,t \..., /--\u25a0•.-;-.\u25a0. - .%'.«;
? : -.raliner : oil ; gusher . <No.>! 2 i is ft malutaininK '\u25a0 its
steady, productions of '' between < 9.000 C and -10. 000
barrelK k - per is* doin^- slightly
less^tlian \u25a0\u25a0: 2.000.^ *> The •.' two" wells 'combined -are
tanking i between Ul.ooo}andi 12.000 barrels '. d«il j^
which -- i« ibeing 5 delivered! tni the and
Union •' under ; contract >at i*soc * per/ barrel.";"^.i-- 1
\u25a0- :'- No.*: 3.ls; down s 2.23s » feet;.vrlth: 6 inch t casing:
No. -1 4 Ms ; down 4 2.555 g feet *. with ?8 1 inch Vcasinß."
No.^! 5 i Is* down '470 -feet \u25a0 •wfth'' 12 inch 'casing * and .
the \u25a0;\u25a0 circulator;: is ':< beinc^; installed; * ;*, No.v,. 0 ', is
rigging - up.'.,;-; \u25a0 ' .\u25a0 ;-;V>f \u0084i':;- v v-.i. :^.;5..-:^V v,;;; \u25a0.v.'.v. Ju^
t l - Plnai;: oil company -'in - the * western Afield Js
drilling \u25a0 well ,; No. r. 25, -- which . is ;\u25a0 carrying down'
(i \u25a0' Inch . casing.".*. . N. 0 . -; 15 iis i being •!. deepened , and
l Nos.- --1 7 \u25a0 and x 18 r are rigging , op ; preparatory to
; drepening.'i these .'wells : being. 'close jto \u25a0 the | Brook
shir<! y property, "4 N0.-: B [, was - brought 1 in.a
good.vflowlng well about two I months 'ago;"^;--^
sax : FRAxinisco -stock 1 "exchange
;: - : \u25a0• C" 1 : --Bld.;-Ask.l"v,--' : -->- ,-.. . ;"Bid/"Ask:
\u25a0'Anial'pir'-.* 33.00 .5— [Nev* County.'' :,."J 15'/'*j--'— "
i Apollo >.-.T.V ir-V.-.i;; Nev i Midway. .'— :24
SU JVIiVIARV OP
TMEMARKETS
Nevr -York stocks several points
"... \u25a0higher.' if? .\ ' ,'.- '.'
Copper shares' higher but dull. ',
Go^'ernmeiit reports Vbtton^ crop
condition. \u0084 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- .-.;...-
Fair trading: -In local securities.
Some activity In southern Nevada
y stdeks.' : • .'. : • " 'A
Silver weaker. Eirbange un
changed.' : \u25a0-\u25a0•.'.
-Wheat ,' easy and barley louver. \
-\u25a0- Oats firm. . \u25a0 '\u25a0'.• , -. \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0' -^ \u25a0 : ' f -',:'- '\u25a0'.
Hay still oominK In liberally. \u25a0
Hops qnlet Ijiit firm. , ; ; ; ;< i
"Wool and, hides inactive, . . - . .;
Xot , much doing fin '.beans. ; .vvf^i
Some I price catting *in \u25a0 lard. ; > .- , : _
Hams and . bacon qnlet, ' but steady* \
Live ho'ss . hr^lnninj; to weaken. \u25a0'
sheep; 10-»ver. ' -. '.'
Canned, goods . firm, with aprtcots>
-."higher. * \u25a0-'."•*\u25a0 " .' ' '' ' r :\.
Dried fruits very firm with a good
-. demand. ' v .-] ', ,' \u25a0\u25a0; y*V:;."* '\u25a0 '-'
.Raisin ktocks • now ' cleaned up.".. :
Ofew.; honey : coming : In. . "„ •'':
Butter,'. csg». and cheese firm.
Potatoes I steady; •' Onions weaker. '.
Late; boats : r hamper fruit market.'
Asso 0ir ; :.44. 00-44. 50(Npw Pn" Pet.l. oo 1.07 V,
Do bds."s. — 100.00 i'ac S .Pet.ro 37 —
Bey City <••.-•. 2:75 2.90 Parsffine .-...•1.00
Blue -Moop.. 22 23 Palmer. ..... 1.42',^1.4r.
: Brook3hlre.. : 1.55 ...I.7s!Pcerless ;.....-. — 6.00
i Cal Midway. — 25] Piedmont. ..." 16 20
Cal Oil &ii — 73|rinnl ...... 7.00 9.0 A
Caribou ,-.';.. 15. 00 \u25a0'. — Premier. ... ;.. ', SO 85
Clarrmont... 1.25. 2. OO'Rfcord. ..... 5.25
Creseeus ..." ' — 6^l Republic ... 47 —
De Luxe ... .—. — ,'I.M) Sacramento... ,r.00: - —
Empire' .... 1.50 • — Saver - Dough — • 1.55
F.nos . . . .-. 1 .271,4 1.32 Vi Sesnon ...... 8.00 M —
Four. ....... * 10 . \u25a0-'.\u25a0 — Silver Tip...- ' — .2.20
Fulton ..... .— 2.00 Sterling: .2.00 —
Junction ...'-31 \u25a0 55 Sunset ilon.'- 65 —
Maricopa 30 2.."»0"3:00 Turner -. 1.70 —
McKlttric'K.. -,. 20 — \W' K;0il Co 3.17^3.25
Monte- Crist -3.25 0.-JOl Yellowstone. — -,\u25a0; 30
, \u25a0 ' - \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0 ' : -* " SALES ' '.- '* ' •' \u0084
•i . - i 11 :30 a. ; m.' ;
100 Bay City -< •*.. P 3
700 Pacific States' .................... -.37
400 Palmer .......... ... ....... 1.45
100 Prpinior .-....- .... -'.S3
100 Prfmier- . : ..:.:..........\u25a0 .S4
\u25a0 ... ' \u25a0-. - • ... \u25a0 .... . '.
400 Brooksbire. 1.50
' 2 p. - ni:-^—
2CO Caribou ...:.. ....... . '.. ..1.;...... 15100"
ZOO Palmer . . . ; .; 1 .45
. Street— - ' ' .-,
100 w . ' . k 011 . : 3 . 20
-•— — ; .' -, -,- — - — _ ; : ,—, — : — —•*\u25a0
J Lbs Angeles Oil Exchange J
-\u2666— — 7-— r — -.' '." ' ' .'.. '. " ;
[Special Dispatch to' The Call]
I.OS ANGELES. 'Aug. 2.— Associated oil opened
stronjt- at $45 today, but on . advices from San
Francisco declined to ?44.75. " The market gen
efally was- qnlet. today. ....
. Midway ; sold ; above 48c, a thousands shares
cbanglnp hnnds at: 49-;ic. \u25a0 • '-. \u25a0, . . vT- ; "I
- Consolidated Midway was steady, around 23c. 1
Cleveland sold at' lC^c and Oleum, which was
a trifle stronser today sold around JsH <"•'.>
Union oil Hold at $101.75. . \ -
'\u25a0'\u25a0 Mexican petroleum limited "common touched
$21.50. \u25a0-. -; -.: v . - : . . ' \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 \u0084'\u25a0 : .
QRAI?} MARKET
. . -Wheat' and Other -Grnln*
WheatrrTiip market- is, easy with buyers shy.
Prices .are unchanged. Chicago was l^c: lower.
Illinois state -report: -Wheat, 44,000,000 bush
el.*/ against 31,0.00,000 -lnst ye ar. ' ' • .
. CASH 'WHEAT, v '
California -club, $Lesffjl.7O: Sonora. $1.70®
1.75; v,-hite Australian. 51. 72*A^1.77>,!.: northern
club, .sLtS.-»i<41.70: Russian red. ?1.65fri1.70; tur
key red,- ?1.70-51.75: Muestem, \u25a0 j1.72V»@1.50. -
4 FUTURES
,10 a. in.-" Session. . .':
No quotations. .- . '
Barley — Freights are -quiet- at the union rate
of 21s Od. ' The chartered grain. toanage in port
is 5, 554,. aralnst 27.100 . tons ;ou the same, date ,
last year:' disengaged, - 27.050 tons; against 24.
."OO.oh the way to tills port, 205, 457 tons, against 1
1U5.150. .-,,;:.;.;,.:.-- : '-. -...;...
i A' bear movement is : going on, which has
beaten December . down to $1.10., The cash
! grain is \u0084a lso lower. " \u25a0 .
CASH BARLEY
No. 1 feed.. §1.0.">@1.07%: -off grades. $1(75; ;
1.02%. per ctl: -extra' choice, $1.05?4:' new brew- \u25a0
lag and shipping grndes, $1.10(5.1. 15 per ctl.':
I . '\u25a0-\u25a0'; FUTURES .
' - - .10- a. m.". Session.' r^
j December— Opened, $1.10%; highest, .«1.10T£;
! lowest, \u25a0 $1.10; -close,--. ?l. in. .
-. \u25a0 \u25a0 li p.m. SV.«!«lon. . \u25a0•\u25a0••\u25a0'
II December —No . sales; '§1.00% 'bid, $1.1014
asked. . - . > , - .
: Oats— Conditions' .remain . about as before.
Thpre is . a"'good. -demand for . red for feed and
1 prices rule firm.' Black : are nominal as the.
i season for them has not yet . opened."
I .The' lllinois state crop report gives a crop of
j 187,000,000 bushels, ..ngnlnst ina.OOO.COO . last
j-yrar. -.-"-•. \u25a0 - . . - ..- -\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0 .-..-.
j Re.l. $1.42% f5,1.47%" for ordinary feed and
I $l.r». r »ftl.i'i7% . for choice: .black.- \u25a0 $1.60--asked;
gray, nominal; white. $L'sO per ctl.
.('em— l*i dull nnd featureless. Stocks and ar
rivals t are both licht^. :
•U- The, Illinois state report gives the crop condi
tion as 93.3 per cent.' .- :'. ; ' \u25a0
..Western states yellow, in bulk. £s» Francisco
track. $l.fil; white. $1.63: mS.vc..i, $1.59; sacked
pries. m%c higher: white' Egyptian, [email protected]
1.55: brown do. ?l.fiO"askc<l,prr ctl. - .»• ,-,
Rye— Continues dull at '?l 555t1.70 per c,tl.''
: Foreign' r*utures
. .LIVERPOOL >. ' /
i -Wheat — - - -\u25a0 Oct.. " \u25a0 -Dee.
Open^ .. ........... 7s; S^d.'.-f .'. 7s.:Cd \u25a0
Close' .. .;.."...r.... ..;*.' 7s 3%il . 7s 4%<\
,---\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0 .-": '• ': : ".-PARIS '\u25a0\u25a0 . : "'- : \u25a0
Whtat— ; ' Aug. -" Nov.-Feb.
Opening .. '..-.I 27.05: 2R.4D.
Closing .:..";.:. ..V........... 27.00 .. 2tJ.4t) .
I .-Flour — ,;,;- ..... 1, -,-,.\u25a0 - '
OF"ulng -:: .16.00 . 34.00
Closing'; ;.....;.-..;.... 36.00 - 04.50
\u25a0-'New York" Grain Mnrtrt" ';\u25a0 "I
NEW YOKIC. Aug. 2.— Flour — quiet and bare
ly steady. - Receipts, 20,177 barrels; shipments,
21.204.- .ctV-" ''--:\u25a0 \u25a0-, "..••\u25a0/'. • .\u25a0.--. --\u0084 •-.
•Wheat— Spot,, easy, -No. 2 red; new.'Jl.OGVi
elrrator jin<rsl.o7 ! *4 f. 0. b. afloat; No.- 1 north
ern.';.sl.24%'.f.^o.. b. '.'Heavy receipts at \u25a0 in
terior points, together' with lower, cables awl" fa
vorable.reports yields of ""both winter
and' spring, wheat., caused' a sbarp decline in ; the
wheat market, but prices rallied-: on covering by
snorts.- closing, .%(^UVhC net flower. >' .
'\u25a0 Northern ' Wheat .'/Market '
: • TACOMA.%. Aug. •: 2.— Wheat— Bliiestem, . ; fHic:
club. 02c. Receipts — Wheat 3 cars, corn' l.' oats
1. hay-, 7. . \u25a0::\u25a0' "'. \u25a0\u25a0..-. | - . ;
'\u25a0 SEATTLE. Ang. •"-" 2. — Milling - quotations—
Blnestem.- 92c; fortyfold,- ; 9lc:>clnb. -00e: ;Fifei
90>': : red .: Russian.!-. BSe. > Export ;wheat—Blue
stem.': S9c; fortyfold; S-Sc; • club, Me;; Fife.: S7c;
red: Russian. .;S.k-:. —Yesterday's receipts — Wheat
10 cars.- oats 6, -barley '4. rye !.!.;•
; PORTLAND,, Aug.. 2.— Wheat— Track "prices-
Club, *• SB(g9oc: Vs bluestem. •\u25a0 80c: " red ": Russian,
88c;* valley, 90c." Car receipts— Wheat SC'bats 1.
\u25a0 Available- Grain Supply " \u25a0•; - "-\u25a0" -\u25a0
NEW> YORK." Aug.".2,irSpeclarcable.and'tele
graphicjcommunications,received"by Bradstreet'n
show ; the 1 following: changes ' in available supplies
as. compared,' wlth:'prev!ous, account: ,- .
D| Wheat— United States east of .the Rockies,. In
crensed V 3.355,000 .-. ---bushels. - Canada. ,- decreased
.6C5.00. 6C5.000 'bushels. : Total .: United . States" and ' Can
ada;*- increased , 2.C00. 000 bushels. • Afloat for ; and
\u25a0\u25a0in;.- Europe, 7: lnerpancd'-. 2.300,000 bushels. Total
• American' and f European- supply Increased:4,9oo,
:ooo:ooo,bushels.•.;...:000, bushels .•.;... :, .;.- ....,_... \u25a0\u25a0;: -;\u25a0....'.
: 'Corn— United .^- States and -Canada.': decreased
1C2.1W0- bushels.: ":.,;- \u0084,
- Oats--Unlted and. Canada,", increased
442,000 bushels. ji • - '•\u25a0-.• -\u25a0 \u25a0 '-••-,-
BOARD OP TRADE
V. -'*; Future^ Grain' and ; Provisions
' CHICAGO.-- J Aug.'; 2.— Surprising \u25a0\u25a0- indications
that the . Illinois % wheat "' crop, .' notwithstanding
. anpposed^ heavy » losses >by v Hessian fly^vwillr-W
45,000.000 -bushels,^ as against ; 3l,ooo. ouo bushels'
a \u25a0 yeari* ago,> smashed "the /'market . today>.;The
close i was -, weak » a t- \u25a0 nearly I the \u2666 lowest ; points of
the 1 session! and 'showing a? fall 'of;TJc' to'lijt,,
as ; compared with ", 24 ; hours 'prevlous.xTterc ! was'
-afinal los߻of,,l%@ia4cln'corn,'and
oats. ?& For •\u25a0 provisions v the \u25a0 latest' figures , ranged
from i 22%c advance i to -15c decllne.v. .> ..;. t-t^ i~
-jv- Information 'as to the -Illinois wheat yield catri^
through' the'State grain dealers".' association," and
was regarded ; as . sensational ? from a • trade stand
• polnt.'jr^ Detailed V figures f> from .? more ji than" 500
points, north ;of, the .A'andalla railway. were given;
showing lan i average f crop of ;\u25a0\u25a0 20 bushels . an > acre *
'on; 2.l3o.ooo* acres. -i- !^-J-«- \u25a0'>.;\u25a0' ;' : . - .; ::
:.iThe;result-was'the;selllng: out. of^"many.hold-
Ings.v; and-*- notably/ that- of > a .prominent local
; operator: ; «t>. T - •• -•« .\u25a0.,..-.-•,-.. \u25a0 - \u0084..\u25a0.»".••-•
.. Weakness , of ; corn . had ~a 1 decided hbearish' 'ef
fect " ont wheat.v'^Bulls '. took » what •\u25a0 comfort \ they"
could?. from? assertions > byicash'- gralo'- men I tbatl
! the>*.wheattj morement \£ from i the % Interior?- narf
reached** fl»e i maxlmunt.'^ and • that - offerings ; were
on the decrease. Local and eastern mills bought
quite' a little nwheatr; but Ithe;most 'of /the -day's"
arrirals i went \u25a0; to S the -/elevators.'-: and = meant i the
• settling of i f uturea;; September > ranged from Isl to
'im^f*°- closed •"1%@1%c:; down^ at ; |i.00%@.
%'. General ; rain -in . Kansas '< and ' Nebraska \u25a0 made -a
: weak ; marketr forieorn."~£ Crop /reporti « were : bet
ter.T? September < sold 4 from 'i 82c to ifa V4c' J closing
eß*y,.atj62ii«s,B2%c.'facloss of l»4(ft.l%'c^com
s pared| with >; last ! cash a market' \u25a0 was
weak. i^No.,2,' yellow, closed .aOWUfrt 64 54c. ',^i
•TTbe l September ) oats : option i fluctuated r between'
? "I -' x: ± : ;: : \u25a0.'*\u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0 -'<\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0".-; \u25a0. -•--\u25a0,\u25a0•':\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0-\u25a0.•..-.'-:-•.'-.•\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-.:
Canned Fruits Active and Firm
Dried Fruits in Good Demand
36'^c and 37*rsC. ; with the finish ?ic off at 36%
@06a; e ... \u0084; . . : .;...-. . , '
• Traders in provisions gave a bullish lnterpreta-.
tlon tt>' the -official report on "ribs and meats.
Except. 1 for October pork, prices generally closed
higher as a result, the best gain being In Sep
tember ribs, \u25a0 •' \u25a0 :.!"-.'
\u25a0:• The .leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. , Open. High. Low. Close.
.Wheat— • \u25a0 ' :,-.
September ...... l»o2*ril.o2*.i 1.0014 1.00%
December ...... 1.04 ii, 1.04^. 1.03 V, \Sf\\\
May ........... 1.07% I. OS •-' I.OTVA ' 1.07%
. Corn—
September ....:. 631^ R3*^ \u25a0' 62 ' 62*s
December ;....-.. -; ; 60*i 60% 59% 60H
May ...;...:....- 62% 62%. ".- 61u SlJs
. .oats— :-.. . «; \u25a0 ." *
September ....:. : ' 37*>Si • 37*-s * ' 36*4 * 3(5%
December ...... 3*% ' 3H% . Z7\ 37 T ,%
May../.. 41 41' \u25a0 40*» -*o^i
t \u25a0"- Mess \u25a0 Pork, ' per \u25a0 ba rred —
September".'. 21.60 21. 62 * A 21.45 21. 57*^
October-. ....... 20. 55 20.85 20160 20.63
• Lard, per 100 pounds — ' -> -\u25a0•
September . ... ". ,11.."7Vj 11-fiO 11. ."2*^ ll.«W>
October ...... ...11. 42Vii 11^47^3 11.40 11.47*^
November ......11.15 IKI7Ms 11.12*4 H.l7U|
January ....... .10.15 10.17»,i 10. X» 10.17Ja
\u25a0Short nibs," per ICS> pounds — ;
September .::. ..11. 47*-i-U:5«- 11.40 11.50
October ...:-.. ..11. 00 IJ.OO 10.00 11.00
Cash Grain . and Proviwions
CHICAGO. Aujr. 2.— Cash qtiotations were as
follows: Flour — Easy and quiet. No. _- 2 "rye.
77*4f. Feed or mixinc: barley. [email protected]>c:* fair; to
cholt-e maltinsr. 60ra66c. Flax seed. No. 1
southwestern. $2.31 y>;- Ntx 1 northwestern,
$2.41 •£. . Timothy . #eed. [email protected] Clover,
$12.85. "Mess pork, per barrel. $21.75«j22. IJird.
per* -100 pounds. ?1 1.60. Short ribs. . sldos
(loose>, v $11. 57*46,11. 6i**^>. Short' clear sides
(boxed*. [email protected]
GKAIN STATISTICS
\u25a0 Totarclearance? of wheat and fl<vir were. equal
to .235.000 - bushels. Primary receipts were
1,595,000 bushels, compared with 1.140.000 bush
els the* corresponding : day a year ago. ' The
world's, visible supply, as shown by Bradstreet's.
increased 4,000,000 bushels. Estimated receipts
for tomorrow — Wheat, 509 cars; corn, 303 cars;
oats, 170 cars; hogs. -24.000 head.
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE •
Articles — j Receipts. Shipments.
Flour,* barrels,.... 1... ...... 25.500. . 11.000
Wheat, bushels.... .....717,200' 52.300
Corn, bushels. . . . : .476,000 . 35.300
Oats, bu5he15........ 518.400 ; 475,200
Rye, bushels ...-. 3,000- *
7/arley, bushels ...~25,500 20,500
3linneapolls Grain and Produce
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. . 2. — Wheat — Septem
ber. $1.10**; December. $1.00*4 @1.095i; May.
f1.13%. Cash— No. 1 hard, $1.17%: No: 1
northern. $1*.15%<2,1.16%: No. 2.. $1.13^@
1.14^: No. 3: $I.loQl.im.
Corn— No. 3 yellow, 61<gfil*4c
Oats— No. 3 white. [email protected]
Rye— No. 2, 71(373c.
. Flas closed at |2.40. . .
"< " Duluth Flax
DULUTH. Aug. 2.— Flax in store. $2.46*4;
to arrive. $2.41; on track. $2.46 V.; September.
$2.41*4: October. $2.20 bid; November. $2.27
bid; December, $2.23 bid. - - .
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LOCAL MARKETS
- Receipts of Produce August 2
Flour, qr sks 2.59.jiPe1«,--J)dl8 , .171
Wheat, ctls 1,4241 Wine, gals ..18.7C0
Barley, ctls .... B^B2o+Hideß," No ...... 1.934
Oats. ctl3 2,los|Sugar, ctls ... ..3.000
Beans, sk.-« l,2ooiPaper. rolls 1,270
Wool, bales 4SI Lime, bbls ~91
Bran, sks • C 2 Lumber, M ft 40
Middlings, sk* .. i>3! Apples, bxsi 1,172
Potatory, sks ... 5.M2; Leather. . rolls ... .39
OnlQns. sk? 910! Raisins.,, bxs .... 5.200
! Hay. tons 743|Almonds. sks. ... 5
Straw', tons .... 10;Llvestock. head .. 131
Tallow, ctls ....' 271iIIoney, cases .... 114
- l'rovtaloiia -
"Price cutting in lard is reported/with lower
prices probable. Bacon and hams are steady.
The - provision market as a . whole is easy, with
a fair demand. \u25a0 ' • '
Cottolene— One half bbl. 12% c; 3 half bbls.
12J6C,; -1 tierce, 12c; 2 tierces, IIT3C; 5 tierces,
11 : , v 4c. -
', Hams and Bacon — The- Western meat company
quotes: as -follows: Hams, 21<321%e;- picnic
haras. lGc: California hams, 20% c: extra fancy
bacon. 33 ycc; \u25a0 fancy bacon. 6 to 8 lbs. 31%c:8
to 10 lbs, "2!>V>c; 10 to 12 lbs. 27c: sugar cured,
2S%c; light ilry salt bicon. H to 10 lb«: 28 % c;
10 to 12 lbs, 21% c; medlam bacon, 19c;- light
medium - bacon. 19c. '
Lard— Tierces 15e, 50s 15V4c. 10s 15%e. 3s
15T4c, 3s IRe; compound lard, tierces lie, 50s
ll%c. 10s ll%c. 5s ll T j,c. 3s 12c; yellow cook
ing oil, 71c per gal; white cooking oil, 72e per
gal: salad 0i1,».76c per. gal.
,Beef — I.ival 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% c per lb.
Pork — Extra prime. In barrels, $.14; clear. $36;
mess, $34; pig perk. $30: pigs* Jeet. $5.75 for
half -bbls, $2.40 for 25 lb kegs and $1.35 for
kits.
Meat Market
. Hogs . have turned . weak \u25a0 under increased ar
rivals; and" lower prices are looked tor, but there
is no actual decline yet. . ;
Live sheep-are lower. Other livestock is nn
chaugeil. but cattle and calves, are firmer.
Dressed wether* and lamb are firm.
DRESSED MEATS
S'pishtfrers* rates to dealers and butchers are
as follcTrs:
j £«ef— f -??'4c per lb for steers, 7©7% c for
oiras r:id rVifers.
Veal— lU(i-10%c for large and. lOtfJllc for
small. - '
Mutton — Wethers, 9%@10c; ewes, [email protected]%c per
round. .-• - \u25a0 ... \u25a0
I.t-:.;'D — 11%(f|12%c for spring.
Dr-ssed Pork (per lb)— 13<gl4c for light.
* LIVESTOCK MARKET
\u25a0 The following quotations are for good, sound
livestock, delivered .in San Francisco, gross.
v.-e!c;iit : \u25a0 ; \u25a0 • ' -
. .No^.l fat steers, over SOO lbs. alive, oe per lb;
under 900 lbs. 4%c:' second quality, all weights,
.4%c- thin: undesirable steers.' 3%<&4c.
No. 1 cows and heifers. 4c; second, quality. 3%
&\u25a0'*%<*; common, thin, undesirable cows. 2%^.Tc.
Desirable bulls and stags, '2%@2%c; half fat
or. thin bulls.. I%® 2c.
' Calves — Light weight, per lb, 5%@6c; medium,
s%fa 5 %c: heavy. 4iij4%c..: . •
' Sheep — Desirable - wethers, -sc: ewes. 4%c.
\u25a0 Lambs (per lb) — Unshorn lambs. [email protected]%c; shorn
lambs. 5V»<&-"'%"c. • . ' . ..
. .Hogs.^per lb> — Hard-grain fed. -weighing 100
to 14H lbs. 9%rq9!Hc; 140 to 250 lbs, 10c; 250 to~
350 lbs, 9%c; common, undesirable hogs, [email protected]
floraea '. and ~ 3lulea
" The following quotations for "horses and mules
are' furnished .by the; Butchers*. 'and Stock. Grow
ers' Journal: .--.-' . - . -
HORSES
Desirable' drafters. .l,7oo lbs and over.. s27.*»(ff 3oo.
Light drafters. 1.500 to 1.650 1b5...... 225^.275
Chunks. 1.350 to 1..T00 1b5. .....:.;.:.. 200(5.250
Wagon horses. 1.250 to 1.350 1b5. ...... .175t0200
Delivery, wagon horses.' 1.050 to 1,250.. 125^150
Desirable farm mares ......;...-. ISo'gilSO
Farm, workers. ..........: [email protected]
A - - MULES. MEDIUM TO EXTRA -— >*
\u25a0 r>fiO lbs," 4 .to 7, year 5 ;........... $125(f£150
1,000 lbs. 4 to 7 years:... "... 150(it175
1.1(10 lbs. 4 to 7- year 5.........: .20ftig22.">
1,200 lbs. 4 to 7 years ..\...;..... 250ig300
Over .7 -years old range from $15 to $25 lower.
• Note^-Shlppers .-.to. market . must have
horses close, to type, with age. bone conformation
and style, to command extreme quotations. --
Butter/ Cheese': and Eggs \u25a0
The market, for and dairy • produce la" In"
excellent, shape -. for -the selling interests and
prices for: all three descrlptir** are either stead
ily; rising- or pointing . npwara. S The percentage
of- strictly "fine fresh . butter -and • eggs -in 'the
receipts -is 'steadily decreasing. ' and as the \u25a0con
sumption : ha» 'increased ; considerably . since ".the
school* rocpen«»«l. - thp - tendency : in prices . is < de
cidedly : upward.; The ' upper grade of eggs" had
another -advance yesterday, extras going up ,%c
to a quotation of S3c, a 'dozen- and -firsts were- lc
higher at 31c." ...The : quotations for butter were,
unchanged. - but -offers ;to pay • 31c- a . pound \u25a0 for
extras. : the -quotation, failed to 1 brings ont any
Stocks on .• the -. exchange. •*In ; the_ cheese " depaxt
mentjfancy. Young- Americas were- %c higher on
bidsrat 17% c a. pound. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0- *.; > \u25a0 >
Sales on , the ."exchange were . confined to cx tra
eggs, ":' of which .00 cases were sold- at 33c a
dozenr'-" \u25a0:.' '\u25a0 ' .' '-*' ' '• ' . -. \ ' \u25a0\u25a0
'\u25a0J Receipts were 22.500 pwn*» .»t batter. 1 0,200
pounds of ' Cheese and 1,055 ca«ea nt egg*. -v.
; -iThe: following are the official qnotattent estab-'
llshedVon , the floor of the . dairy .exchange.- Prices
in the- street, while governed by.} the exchange
quotations; -generally y range - from -" I%c to ";2c
higher, owing , v to the 'various - charge* to be
added:-: •-\u25a0/\u25a0*-.--• : - .-- \u25a0 .-^.v- .,-,.,.. . . .-,....,,„
,\* ;ir"'^ BUTTEU' PER POUND ' '
.-Grades — . "•„ July 29 July 30 Ang. l Anr.-2
Fresh iextras^.'ol^c ' -r»2c ' .'slc -. "--Sle-*
Firsts-.",':. :::;. 29c '^'Bic " sou ' 30c
Seconds , .'." v • 2S«' ."\u25a0 / 2Sc ; 2So 2Sc - \u25a0
'; •" Cheese--Callf orn la ' fancy : fla ts. • -' 14 % c per' lb,
firm; ,do '• flrsts.'.Mlc,,*- firm;^do seconds. 12%e
firm; '. fancy -Young. Americas, < v 17 % c;. firm* do
firsts/' Km*.-;. firm;' Oregon fiats. 16% c. firm. -'"'
;* Eggs— Calif ornla^Jrcsh,' per dozen.' cases .in",
chided: V;= ;," \u25a0£\u2666 - *W->-i • -. > .
\u0084;,,-J u^_ 2» 'Jnly 30 "Ans.ll -Ang." 2
Extras^./. 32c . ..'- 32c'- ; 32% c '3-Tc -
Firsts-. .-. ..'..'.'. "dc.: .Too \u0084 . so«r • • '.-\u25a0 31c-
Seconds j .....'.' 2-'*c , -: : -23r* •\u25a0'-" \u25a0' 23c * "v "3c
Thirds -20c; . "2>)c ' . * 20c , . 20c'
'.'.--\u25a0Portlanrt .'nutter Market- ."
5 ; Aug. ; 2. — '.Butter — Cit> s'iud
country 'creamery extras" 34c;*; fancy. 32*x33c:
store, :23<g24c.v \u25a0 . , ' ' >* , : . . \
: Dispatch to iTheXall]^
\u25a0S^ ;E«^.UarkeY. In^ XearbVi Countlea l ,
V-PETALUMA/s Aug. 2— The- price*, of \u25a0•; fgsi
advanced Jic^ tuday after receipt, of; Quotations
from the San" Francisco dairy exchange. The
best offering ©f the Petaluma egg exchange was
32c for first grade. Independent dealers ana
speculators paW from 31 Vie t» 20c according to
grade. Receipts are reported good for -the sea
son -of the year. Grain feed remain* nigtt-
Wheat and green feed are scarce.
Potatoes*, Onion* and Vegetables
There was a marked falling off in the re
ceipts of tomatoes yesterday. 500 boxes, or le*»
than half the faantlty received on the preced
ing day. coming to hand. \u25a0 The " result of the
decrease In the receipts waa a sharp adTance in
prices, choice lota bringing $1-23 a box.
mer squash remained rery firm on continued
light receipts, while prices for cucumbers, green
peppers . and okra were inclined to sag. supplies
of all three descriptions beittz in excess of mar
ket needs. Corn was in good request at well
maintained, prices, and peas and string *v«ans
continued to move off well. Lima beans were v*
increased supply and lower. The potato map
ket was steady at. the old quotations, while
onions were weak and lower. *i«'" :
Potatoes^-KiTer white. P0c<351.10 P*f ctl -
Sweet potatoes', 3Q3Vic pei/lb.
Onions— New yeUow. ?1.40<ai...0 per etl.
Vegetables — Green corn. $1."»<a2.25 per sack
for choice: tomatoes. P00<351.25 per box: sr<**n
peas. 3« 4c per lb: string beans. 2fff>lc per -1b:
lima bean*. ;">«&6e per lb: snmmer sqnasb. JKViw«
jl per box: esrgplant. 50ta65c per box; *re«n
peppers. -40(g50c v«r box: garlic. 4(t?4»^c per .t»
for new; cabbase. 90c«r|$l per ctl: cucuinNrs.
,V»<s.V)c per box: pickle cucumbers. ~sc/«?,$L-K»
p*r boxr caaliflower. 65(8:75e per dozen: tnrmps.
75c per sack: rarrota." 75c per sack; green ctxs,
swi;si per box. '
Deeidnous and Cltro» Fralta .
Trade-in fresh fruits wai hampered by ta»
late arrival of the river boats yesterday, but
the market on the whole was in fair shape,
there being a fairish bn.«inew in shipping ruan
nels In addition to a brisk local trade. . Thero
was a marked increase in -the receipts of figs.
and prices .were irreeular. Choice stock from
Sonoma brought $25t2.25 a box. while secoad
crop fruit from other sections went at $1<31.~>0.
Peaches were still in excessive supply and re
celrers were obliged to urge sales by cuttin;
prices \u25a0to effect clearances of held over stock.
Pears were steady, with the canners paying $4t>
tfi4i'a ton for bulk lots of No. 1. and dryers
kept the. market cleaned up od No. 2 stock.
I Dryers* rates were 50<g65<*- a box. Apple han
dlers continued tn report a quiet and easy mar
; ket. with supplies , accumulating, owing to the
lack of demand for shipment. Plum*, prune*
and nectarines were in sufficient supply, witii
prices unchanged. Quotations for aprfeota were
largely nominal, there being hardly any re
eelve"d. Nutmeg melons brought stiff, prices in
the early trade, but supplies brought by the
belated boats had to be sold at concessions.
Berries and citrus fruit* were \u25a0 merely ia fair
request. .
Strawberries — [email protected]
• Raspberries — Nominal.
Blackberries — $3. 50^5 per chest.
Huckleberries — 12*»[email protected] per lb.
Apples (per box) — GraTensteins. [email protected]$1.10 tec
4 tier and 65ft 85c for 4V, tier boxes: other
varieties. &>^ioc for choice and 35<g50c fpr
common; erabapples, [email protected]$L *.
Pears — Bartletts. $1^,1.25 per box for No. 1
and 50<??S5e for No. 2; in bulk, $20© 45 per ton;
other varieties. 75c«551.25-
Peaches— Small boxes. 30<g30c; baskets, 25^
40c: lug boxes, 50 Q 75c.
Plnms and Prunes — Crates. [email protected]; t small
boxes. 25<g50c: per ton. $13030.
Nectarines— 7sc*3sl.2s per box or crate \ t or
i^d and 50<g75e for white.
Figs— [email protected] A*
Apricots — Lug boxes, [email protected]: small boxes,
60<fe75c.
Melonsh— Nutmeg melons, [email protected]|l per i box.;
watermelons, $1.50<§;2 per dozen.
Grapes (per box or crate> — Seedless. [email protected];
muscat. 90c(g?l; other varieties. 50® 75c-
Cltrns ' Fruits (per box) — Valencia oranges. 54
@4.50 for choice and $2.50'§;.'*.50 for standard;
grapefruit. ?2.75©3 for seedless «nd $1<551.50 fi>r
common; lemons. 5R for fancy. $4.00<a 5 for
choice and $3-.W§4 for standard; limes. St>.so<Q,d.
Tropical" Fruits — Bananas. 75cig51.23 p»T
hnnch for Hawaiian Mexican. $1. 50^2.50
for Central American; pineapples. $2(iij pvr
dozen. ;
Dried Fruits. Ralftinn, .\ ut« and Honey
Still - Bleber prices ar* qnoterl for most dried
fruits,- with . apricots and prunes especially firm.
The demand Is excellent and steady. Raisins are
quieter than frnits, but livelier times are deemed
certain by dealers, -who say that stocks are. com
pletely cleaned up.
New honey U now coining In. and some white
and water white extracted sold at S*4c \u25a0 There .
are 12 cases of amber comb distributed araoo.s
three houses. The market is unsettled, wita
asking prices ranging from . 12tse |in 14c per
pound. Fancy new white comb would easily
command 17c per lb if" It were obtainable.
Fruits — Evaporated apples. [email protected]^e: fancy. S
<SS^ic; apricots, future delivery. [email protected]; fancy
Moorpark. 12(&13c: peaches, 1310 crop, future
delivery. s*[email protected]; fancy. «V 3 c; prunes, old crovs
nominal; new crop. 4ftji4-%c net to growers ia
the country, with premiums for the larger sizes;
figs. 3^[email protected]; pears. [email protected]
Raisins — Layers, clusters — R crown. $2.50; 5
crown. $1.75: 4 crown.. $1.25: seeded. 3<« f^ir
choice and s*4<* for fancy; ordinary, layers. 3
crown,' $1.25; M crown. 90?; Thoujpson's seedless*.
3*,i<J|3%c- for unbleached \ and 6*-i(gft**jc for
bleached %. loose muscatel. 4 crown. 4c; Z crown.
&Via 2 crown. 3c; seedless. [email protected]}ic; new taw
ins. 2*^c in sweatbox at Fresno. .
Nuts — Almonds, nonpareils, 15<213^ie: IXL.
[email protected]%c; ne plus ultra. 13*^&14c: Drake, 12®
12*-ic; languedoes. ll^^l^'c; hard saeil. 7*-jc;
.walnuts, 13c per lb for No. 1 softshells, S"^e fJr
No. 2 do: pecans, 14*[email protected]; peanuts. 4*[email protected];
pine nuts. 18<§(20e per lb.
Honey — New water white extracted. S^jc per
lb; fancy new white -comb. 17c. per lb.
. Beeswax— 27^[email protected] per lb for light and [email protected]
26c for dark.
Poultry and Game
There was no western poultry received , yes- -
terday. but the market was amply supplied
with local stock, early deliveries being "In excess
of : 200 coops. Plump, heavy hens and large,
young roosters sold well at steady prices, while
broilers and fryers still bad a dragging ten
dency. Dealers were expecting small scoek to do-
Better, however. A car of western poultry la
expected today and another falls due tomorrow.
Poultry (per dozen) — Hens. [email protected] for small.
$S®7 for large and -sß^lo for extra; yountj
roosters, ' $7©9; old roosters. $5<33.50; fryers.
$5<@5.50; broilers. [email protected] for large and -$2.30
<g3 for small: ducks. $6^7: pigeons. [email protected];
squabs. [email protected]; geese. $i"§2.60 per pair. %
Game (per dozen) — Nominal.* V '
Beans and Seeds ,"
Beans continue quiet and steady. There. never
Is mnch doing in them at this time of the year.
Z' Beans' (per ctl > — Baycw. [email protected]; small white,
$3.55(&4.10: large white. [email protected]; pink. ?«(&
6.25: red. $6(g.6.10: blackeye. $5.5055.75: lima.
$1.45<^4.50; red kidneys, .nominal; cranberry
beans. $4.40614.60: garvanzas, [email protected]; h»rse
beans; n«w.' $1.55^2.15-
Seeds^-Brown mustard, 4c; yellow mnatat-d.
; flaxs^ed, r>(^s>4c; canary, 3«q(93«4c; al
falfa. [email protected]: rape. I<?|i2*«ic; timotlij. tic; hemp,
[email protected]: millet. ,2% &3 c per lb. .
Dried Peaa-rGreen, $8.75 per ctl. "
Flour and Farinaceous Good*
Flour-rCallfornia family extras. $s.Sofi|6.2(V net
without discount: bakers* extras. $-5.80(36.20;
superfine. $4.fM(§(4J)O: Oregon and Wa*hington.
per bbl, $5©5.2"> for family, bakers* and patents,
and [email protected] for cut offt Kansas patents.
$6.'70; do straights, $»i.30; Dakota patents, $7.40;
do straights. $7.20; do clear. $6.60 per bbl.
I Farinaceous Goods — Buckwheat flour, $4: buck
wheat -flour, .self-raising. St.SO; buckwheat
groats, $S: corn meal, yellow $3. white $3, extra
cream yellow. $3.25.>" extra cream whUe .$3.25;
corn flour. $3; cracked wheat. .$3.30;. entire
wheat "flour, $3.20; farina. $3.60; graham flour.
$1; hominy. 'large $3. small $3. granulated SX;
oatmeal. $4.25; oat groats. $4,254- pearl .barley.
$4.20; rice flour. $(*,;. rolled oats. $4.25; r«»i!e.l
wheat. $3.30; rye flour. $3.23: rye meal. $:*.10;
split peas, yellow $5. green $6.50; extra cream
rolled oats. ISO lbs $7.50,' 00 lb sacks $7; rolleU
flakes, ISO lbbbU $.">.75. 2 90 lb sacks $5.25;
rolled wheat. 150 lbs $4.75. 75 lb sackiOs4.2s.
....... . Hay and ' Feed»tulT»t,'l;*V.-i
Yesterday's arrivals of haj were 743 - tons.
Dealers continue '.to report a \u25a0 dull -; and' weai ',
• market, with. prices unchanged. . . ' .. "\u25a0-.'
\u25a0 Bran^ — $23.50^24.50 per ton for white and
$22.50 for red.' •«--\u25a0. • •
-Middlings— [email protected] per ', ton.
Shorts — JU4(Ji2ft per : ton. • . •
Feedstuff* — Rolled barley. $23(fr24: rofled.-oats
for feed.. [email protected]: mixed . feed.' $24Q30 foe av
erage-lots: Unseed oilcake meal. 20 tons $4i>, 10
ton* :$40.50. 3 tons $41, smaller lots' $4t.50;
coccannt cake or meal at mills. $25 ia 20 aad . li>
and $25.30 In 5 toa lots;' Jobbing. $2tt:-corn meal.
$34&35; cracked corn. $24(9.13; alfalfa meal,
carload lots $13. Jobbing $ld; red. star alfal<«
meal.- sls in car lots and $16 Jobbing: Modesto
alfalfa meal. $14.50- to car lots and $16 jobbing;
Canroco oflcake meal. $16.50 per ton.
" Hay— Wheat. $9<3 13.50: ' wheat and oat.' $3*s
12: -tame out. sruci:*: Tolunt««r wild oat. $7^
10; alfalfa. $7g£lo: stock Uaj. $6fe& p«r too.
\u25a0 Straw — [email protected] per bale.'. *-:
; Hides, Tnllovr, Uool and Hops.
: Hops ; are, reported .- quiet but . fine. \u25a0. Cootract
ingfor the, new crop i>« ov«r:and no more- busi
ness ;Is expected until the new bops are- iv« tiie
bale.*.; .- No .. further * change in : prices. ."
•- Wool. continues. dull. and, bides 'rule weak . -
.Hides — Culls and brands sell about ti&lc- un
der - quotations: .heavy i salted, steers. l(V;-lU*at
medium. 0c: \u25a0 light. So;, cowhides. Sc;' stags, «>.*«••
salted krp." o*4e; salted »*al.-.l4*^c; salted calf
t4tjc: , dry hides, IScr'ilry kip. l«c: dry calf.
22c:- sheepskins, shearlings. 25i*ijlOc eacH: short
w001..- 40<tt6(V > :- medium.- tiOfitKV; long wool $>>c
Q$L23;. lambs., 25M.VV; atir«eblde». H»lt. .$2 23- '
»i'" ("f 1-ifJ' 1 *nd<sl.s««i;2 for. medium. 75cra?l
for mikill Mii.l.2."i.'ir.Vif for colts: hnrsebideii dry
$1.54>*c2,25f0r larga am) $L2S«S2 focme.Uuin
50ce$ l for small . and S.-v^vVKt for coll* \u25a0 v goa t
•lilrM. prime. angoras. 73c«$l; larze halr'goata,
30«i40e; medium. 2mj2ie: small. 3«sl3<
.,Tallow—Nev.l rendered. sfetsc: N«».j2. <4«ascY
gre»»*.-i2«2Vic. ', . ,
, Wool— sgrlas dia, San Jua^uiu, - year's »taal^

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