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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
BIG OPERATORS
BACK IN MARKET
Exchange Gives Further Evi«
dence of Passing From
Boardroom Traders
Large Blocks of United States
Steel Stock Reappear on
the Tape
Xevr York S<«x?k List
E. F. Button & Co.. 490 California street,
oetEi>«rs of tie New York stock exchange, ftr
c!sh tfce foU^wing U»t of bond and stock sales
ye»t>r<l*y: \
filet I STOCKS jHighl Low | Bid | Ask
lAnis-Chaltaess .J •-• B,H £
i Do pfd A 30>* 35
I.TWKAmaIg Copper ..) 65^ 64% 65% 65^
S.OOO Ai=er B«»et Sugar! 8914 SSfc 38% 38Tn
.....i Dn pfd 1 92 95
IJOo:A=*r Can Co ...! B^4 8H 8H 8%
Ktf> po pfd. 168^4 68% 65«4 69
I^SOOJAaer C«r & Wryl 48H 48 «% "«
BOO'Amer Cotton Oil. 63 62% 62»i 63
I Do pfd \ 103^108
jAir.er HT<J» Js L 4 4V4
....I Do pfd 1 20% 2Ha
r4OOJAEer Ice Secur.. 1S%;I IS 18 ISMs
200!Amer Linseed ... l2Vi! 12^ 11H IS 1 *
890! Do pfd 34 82 &3%. f*
2.loo! Asmt Locotaotiv*. S&H 35% S«H S3
tDo pfd 103 U O6
ncr Malt 3V» <Vi
Do pfd S4 36
aer Sailt 4 Rfgl 6SH! «7W CSU i 68^
«001 Do pfd i 101 %\ 101 Mi 1 101 Hi 107
4.9oP!Amer Scgtr 1116* 1111% !115% 1116
400< Do pfd !U5 !112 !11C 1110
eoOsAmer Steel Fndrsi 4Z%\ 42^4! 4Z%\ 42%
400 jAm« Tel & T«I..!ISS !I37Ti!IS7%JISS
Aaer Tob pfd... 92 94
l,SOolAmer Woolen ... 29^ 28>4 29 2914
S00; Do pfd 194% 94i* 931-f 9414
I.4oo.'Anac«i(ia I 40*J 40 40^, 40^
2.4oo'Atlsn Coast Un«Jll4Si 112^ 114% 114^
14,600' AT & Santa Fe.|lol% 99%1101 101H
! Do pfd I |100%i100T4
2.6oo. Beltimorp &. OhloJlOfi't 106 106mi06i8
J Do pfd 90 191
400;Bethlchem Steel.. 2S 274 27^ 28>4
SOU Po Pfd 5-STi! 5R^ SSS» 59
3.ooo:Brklyn Rap Tr..J 17^4 76% 76% 76",
l,loo'C*na<:!an Pacific. <194\ 1194 193 T * 194\4
2l.7ooiCh»>s & Ohio i Sli* TPSg sn% sr*i^
:00!Chlcaj:o & Alton. l 35 35 34 3<>
LaOOtCbte & O Western 24»i 23% 24% 24^
1.100! Do pfd I4S 4*5 48 j 4514
I.4OoiCtio & N W !14Sf« 147U 147 |14« ,
13,4O0!Cbic Mil & St P.il2S7fcil2l* 123 (12314
500! Do pfd 149^1i4S 14^141150
s,3oo'Central Leather.., 351*1 341,; 84V»I 35
2Oo| Do pfd }105»4ti02»4 104^110514
Central of N J...J 1265 300
Terminal ..!: j I 2 4
i Po pfd I t 12 20
100 c re& st L....1 75 75 75 7s
..1 Do pfd J 93 110
l.eoOColo Knrl & Iron.! 33 32 5214 32U
..! Do pfd 100 120
'Olum HC & 1.. 4*i 5
«K> ; Colft Southern I 56&1 56% M^j 56? i
300 Do 1« pfd 174 I 73H 73^ 74
...;...! Do 2d pfd 1 72 74
4.400 ronsoMdatPd Oas. (134% 134 134 Mi 134 4
I<'K) Corn Products . . . I 15%,) 15%, IS\ lft"*»
:.) Do pfd j I 75H* 77>*
!Ppl & Hndson.-.l l«?fiVs<l«7
400 D I. &-W .*.. 4»7H'«525
Cfift I> & R O 52% 32 \S2K S2U,
W Do r>fd 7314 73 Vi 7SH 73*4
Diamond Match.. S3 95
f^n Distill inc S*eur..l 30% 30 29H 30^
iDiilntii S S & A., ll l^ 13
I r>o pfd 2314 2414
7.400 Erlo 27Uj! 26-A 27^4 27H
3.1rt0; Po 1« pfd 4fl»il 45% 46 46^,
I.21V1; Do 2<i pfd 376*1 Ss^ 36 I 87
v.inn Goldfield Cons...! SVi! 7% 7% 8
4W:r,oncral Electric. 146 145 145 Mi 146^
2.400 Gr*st North Ore.. f>S 56^ M\, 57^
2.3nn-Gr*«et North pfd.. 12S*£ 127^1128 I2SMi
lOrt niinois Central .. 133 133 1133 13414
4.2oo: lnt«rboro Metro.. 21 Vi 2O»ij 20^ 21
4.200: Do pfd 57 56 I 56^ 56« i
ilnt<»r Mpr Marine! ) 5 s^,
4«>! Do pfd I 17>* 171,4 17-4 18
I.2oo : lcter Papt. 12^; 12% 12V* 12U
1 Do pfd 51V* 51«4
<W> ! lcter Pump 42H 41", 42 42>i
600! Do pfd R2«i SHi S4li S5
1,800 lowa Central 17%. 16?4 17% 174
» I Do pfd ~ 32>4 32%
1.4r0:K C Southern 31% 291* So«i 31
400 iDo pfd «4 T * «4^ 64?4 «5
500 Lake Erie & W.- 20*. IS
IRO<VL & N 146 Vi 145% MB 1 -*
200?M8ckay 90 Sl^
! Dopfd S4 55^
1.700 Manhattan 1447^ 143"<, 143J4 144
200:Mexiean Central. 31 T « 31*4 31",* 32
300' Minn *St L 23%' 23^ 23 24
j Do pfd 40 43
800JM StP&SS M.J133 151%|152% 132%
I Do pfd I*s 1 50
8.200 M. K& T 33 32% 324 3314
1.100; Do pfd 64% 64% 63 64%
l.SOOMissouri Pacific. . 55 54% 54% 55
SOOlNatlonal Lead... 52T4 B2H 52% 63
i Do pfd 103 105%
200'Natlonal Biscuit. 111% UOl4 109^ 112
i Do pfd 12"% 124
N T Air Brake 75 77
6 600 N. V Central 114?*tll3?i 114% 114%
i»J T C & Pt 1> 63 65
2001 Do Ist pfd 100 100 100 110
200 Do 2d pfd »0 1»0 J?7 91
I.3ooNera(Ja 00a5.... 20% 19%. 20 20*4
N T N H & H 152% 153%
200 IN V Ont & W... 42 41 14 41% 41*4
l.»00;Norfolk & West 88% 97^ 9S%t 95%
, I Do pfd ~... M- «0
BfiO!North Amerlcsm. 65% 67 68 65%
IZ.lOO.Nortaern Pacifio. 119 117% 11S% 11S%
(Omaha — . \u2666..— -...- 135 flso
; Do pfd ...140 165
Pacific Const 98 110
Roo;Padflc Mai1..... 32% 87% 32 32%
I.4oo!Pac T& T 1 41% 37%' 40 41
I -Do pfd. -i,-- ©0 85
«,9no*Penna R R Co.. 180% 129T* 130 ii 130%
cOO People's Ga5..... 107% lOT^i 107% 107%
Pittsburg Coal.^J 17% 17%
I Do pfd- J ~ 65% 68%
P O C * St L...... 94% P5
Do pfd T. 005 116
KOOlPressed St^e! Carl 84^i »% 34% 34%
2001 Do pfd. 9« 96 95 96
200; Ry Steel Sp'gs Co, 84% 34 34 34%
1 Do pfd. j 92 93
S9.4oolßeading JI4S% 146% 14JJ4 14 <»
Do Ist pf«... -.-... SB% 88
ROO Do 2d pM....i $m 97 87% 88
• 2,500 Republic S & I.- 33?4 22% 32% 33
lOO! Do pfd 94 94 93% 64%
. 31.400 i ßock Island Co.. 52% 31% 31% 31%
1.3001 Do pfd 64% 64 64% 65%
ISloes Sh»* SilCo 68% 56% 58 59
I Do pfd 105 114%
WOjStL &SF Ist pfd 60 60 58 65
1,000! Do 2d 3fd 41% 40% 41% 41%
40tfSt L & 0 W.. 28% 29% 29% 30
I Do pfd 65 71
Southern Pacific. 116% 115 115% 116%
\u25a0 400! Southern 8y..... 24% 34% 24% 24%
800f Do pfd >- 5G 54% 55% 55%
4.2oo ? Tenn Copper 33% 33% 33% 33%
• SOo!T*xas Pacific... 2S 27% 27% 28
' l.OOOlTbird Avecuf 9% 9% 9% 9%
1.100 Tol St L t W.. 25% 23% 25 26
l.OrtO Do pfd 5T% 56 55% 57%
SOOTwin City R T 112 112%
Union Bag & P 1 8 9
Do pfd 54 59
70.WW!Union Pacific... 168% 167% 168% 168%
tSOO 'Do pfd 91% 91% 91 91%
... .JU Rof S V ' 28 29
... Do pfd \u25a0. 56 58
100 C S Cast Iron P. 16 16 15 16%
... Do pfd 50% 55% '
600U S Rubber 1 37 36% -86% 37
3001 Do Ist pfd.... 109% 109 109 1(19%
I Do 2d pfd 69 71
H 0.600 U R Steel Cor... 70% 68% 70% 70%
1300! Do pfd 117% 117 117% 118
3>oo'utab Copper .... 45% 47% 47% 47%
1 4OO!Va-Car Chem Co. 59% 59 59% .•»%
..| Do pfd 122 123
l.lOOlWebash 17 16% 16% 17
2^00! Do pfd SS% 37% 37% 38
..IWells Fairo Ex 155 105
2 400: Western Unioa .. 75% 73% 74% 74%
I.TOOiWestlnphoiwe ...66% 66 66% 67
W & L E t.. 5 5H
Do lrt pfd 11 12
I Do 2d pfd 1 6 7
I.soo; Wisconsin Cent..| 57% 54 -56 66%
585.800 — Total shares sold.
Stew York Bond*
U S rcf 2s reg.. 100% lint Met 4%s .... 81%
Do coupon 100%|lnt Mer Mar 4%s 65%
Do 3& reg 101% Japan 4s 89%
Do coupon 101% Do 4%s ....... 94%
Do 4* r^f 114% Kan City So Ist 3s 73
Do coupon ...tlls L Shor deb 4s. 1931 94%
Allls-Cbal Ist r*. 77 L & N unified 4s. 96%
Amer Agrlcul ss. 101% M. X & Ter let 4s B8
Ais«r T&T cv 45. 103% Do gen 4%5... 86%
Amer Tobacco 4*. 80% Mo Pacific 4a...... 75%
Do 6« 105 Do ct 5s ctfs.. 83-
Armour 4%s 93 N Rof Mcx 4%5. 84%
Atcbgen 4s 99 NT C gen 3%5.. 89%
Doer 4s 105% - Do deb 4s 94
D<^,cv 5b ..J<..110 JNY.NH& H cv 66.135
Atlen C L Ist 06%iNor & W l*t con4s 99%
Bait & Ohio 45.. »9%] Do cv 4« .......101
Do 3%s .... 92% Nor Pacific 45.... 101
Do S W 3%».. 91% Do 3s :. 71%
Brooklyn Tr cv 4s 83% O S Line rfdg 4s. 83%
Oentrs-1 of G* 55.105% Pa cv S%s, 1915. 96%
()fKt Leather 5«.. 99% Pa con 4S .......102%
CRR of NJ gn 55.123 Reading gen 4«... 1>9%
die* & Ohio 4%5.102- St X, & S F fg 45." K2%
Do ref 5s 93% Do sren 5s ..... 87%
Chi & Alton 3%5. 72 St'Xj S-W con 4s. 77
C. B & Q Joint 48 97 Do Ist gold 45.. 81%
Do pen 4« ..... 97% Seaboard A L 4s. 70
C.M& StP gn 3%s 91% So Pacific- col 45. .92
C.RI& Pac col 4s 75% Do cv 4s .99%
Do refdg 4*.... 80% Do Ist ref 45.. 95
Colo Indus 5s 76% So Railway 5*.... 108%
Colo Midland 4e.. 70 Do gen 4s ..... 76%
stock: trading
grows broader
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.— The stock
market gave further evidence to
day of passing 1 , out' of the hands,
of the narrow element of board
room traders which hafe engrossed
the dealings for many weeks.
There were signs of a re-entry. of
operators of larger resources and
of a broader scope In method.
;The reappearance on the tape
of blocks of 1.000 to 7,500 shares
of United States steel was regard
ed as suggestive in this direction.
The appearance of growing
breadth which was a feature of
last week's market was altered
as the day progressed and 'the
concentration in United States
steel, Reading and Union Pacific
became more pronounced. Prices
were not well held in the latter
part of the day and the closing
was rather weak.
The first quotation for call loans,
wae at 2% per cent and the fixing
of the renewal rate at that figure
quieted any apprehension caused
by the $5,000,000 figure to which
the actual surplus had sunk In the
Saturday bank statement.
The discount rate hardened In
London today, but the Bank of
England 6ecured the available
gold in the London market with
out competition. The weekly
statement of the Imperial Bank of
Germany mad© e> striking showing
of th« sever© strain of the Octo
ber- settlement at that center, as
well as Its quick passing, with
an Increase in loans and discounts
of $140,275,000 and an expansion
of note issues of $155,592,000. the
cash holdings of the Reichsbank
were drawn at the same time over
540,000.000 as the result of the
week's operations. Yet the pri
vate discount rate in Berlin re
ceded % to 4 per cent today.
Bonds were firm. Total sales
(par value). $1,980,000. /
United States bonds were un
changed on call.
NETV YORK, Oct. 3. — E. F. Hut
ton & Co.'s wire says: "Satur
day's poor bank statement being
purelj' technical as to the present
monetary situation, that was not
a factor in today's security mar
ket, but the more important ele
ments in the situation, such as the
raising of railway rates, were
matters chiefly considered by the
bankers here. Good stocks were
well bought during most of the
session, though some little spec
ulative profit taking occurred in
the late dealings.
We believe that stocks will
work materially higher this fall.
00l So r&ext 4%s 98 JUnion Pacific 45.. 101%
Del & Hud cv 4s. 88 I Do cr 4s ......103%
Den & Rio G 4s. 95 t Do Ist* ref 4s. 97
Do ref 5s 92%1U S Robber 65. ..103
Distillers 5« 74 US Steel 2d 55.. 104^
Erie prior lien 4«. S6 Va Car Chem 55.. 99%
Do gen 4s 75% Wabash Ist 5s 109%
Do cv 4s, ser A 73% I>o Ist & ext 4« 63%
Do cv 4s, ser-B 69%lWestern Md 45... S«
Gen Elect cr 6»..lS»%!We*tlng El cv ss. 92
111 Cen Ist ref 4s 97%IWis Central 45... 94
JVew York Mining Stock*
Alloe ) 2.oo:Little Chief 03
Com Tunnel Stock 22jMexic9n 1.00
Com Tunnel Bonds 19' Ontario 2.00
On Va Mm Co.. 95!0phlr I^>s
Horn Silver 37|Standard 1.25
Iron RUtw 2.00 Yellow Jacket ... 50
Ueadville Con ... <13|
A>v»- York Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask. | Bid. Ask.
Vmer Tob ..406 40S rMontg Sho..;. 10 15
Bradea 3% 3v4|Xtpissing .... 10% 10%
Brit Colum.. 6% 7 TOhio 1%. 1%
Bte Coalition 19 20 Kay Central.. 1% 2
Chi Snbwar- 4 4%) Ray Oon ... 19 19%
Chino 19% 19%'Sa4 Toy 22 28
Oons Arlr .. 1% 2 Standard Mill 15 20
Dolores 5% 5%i Do pfd ... 50 65
Davis Daly.. 1* R 2%! Standard 0i1. 599 600
El Rayo ... 3% 3%! Super & Pitts 11% 12
Ely Oat ... 24 2rt | Union Cop .. 4% 4%
Pii-st Natnl..' 3% 4 JUn Rico 5 7
Giroux 6% 7 Yukon 3 15-16 4 1-16
Daisy 3 3% Fraction .... 35 37
Florence — 2% Jumbo Er .. 29 31
Greene Can.. 6% 6% Mason Ya1.8 9-16 8 11-16
Gug Ejcpress.l7s 1»O iEly Con 29 32
Inspiration.. 8% S%JBelmont 4 1-16 4 3-16
Inter Rub .. 30 30% N'ev HUls ...2% 2 7-16
Kerr Lake .. 6% 6%|Maj-8 70 74
La Rose. 3 13-16 3 15-i6!June 15 18
Miami 20 20%|Palmer 1% 1%
Mines of Am 54 56 j Keystone .... 2% 2%
Bonton Copper Stocka
BOSTON. Oct. 3.— E. F. Hutton &. Ca's wire
says: The market opened steady, gaining
strength and activity as the day advanced,
especially pronounced in th» k>w priced issues,
notably Arcadian. Trinity. Franklin and Winona.
We look for a continuance of the upswings in
this market. The copper metal situation Is
steadily improving and prices were advanced by
American emelters company %c a pound Satur
day. They are sold 60 days ahead. The other
bljr companies have practically withdrawn from
the market.
The copper shares are showing greater ac
tivity, with the tone verr strong throughout
the entire list. Trading has been well dis
tributed and with more outside interest than
has appeared for some time past. Copper Range
has been the leader In the advance and at 67
shows a gain of 2 points. Lake has been quite
active and sold at 36%. Miami Ray consoli
dated and Nevada consolidated are all strong.
The following list Is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton & Co., 490 Cnlifornia street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask. l Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. « 7 North Butte.. 28% 28%
Alkmea 42 44 INev Oons, ... 20 20%
Arcadian ... 5Vi 5% North Lake... 8% 9
Arie Com .. 16% 17 I Old - Dominion 37% 38
Atlantic 6% 7 lOnceola 125 130
A P 4% 5 JOJlbway <i% 7
Do pfd ... 1i5% 16 iParrot 12% 13
Balaklala ... 5% 5% Quincy 73 74
Bte Coalition 19% 19% Shannon 10% 10%
Gal fc Ariz.. 59 00 ISanta Fte ... 1% 1%
Cal & Hecla.s4B 552 United Shoe.. RB% 58%
Centennial ..18 — Do pfd ... 27% 28
Coppr Range 6fi% 67%!Supex & Bost 7% 8
Daly West... 4% 5 I Super & Pitts 11%. 12
Bast Butte.. 7% 7%! Super Copper. 50% 51%
Franklin 11 ll%|Tamarack ... 60 60%
Granby . 34 34% Trinity 6 6%
Hajicnck 21 21% U S Mining. 39% 40
Helvetia .... 2 2% Do pfd ... 48% 49
Isle Royale.. 21% 22% Utah Apex .. 3% 3%
Indiana 13% 13% Utah Oons ... 23% 24 •
Kerr Lake .. 6% 6% Victoria '. 2% 3
Keweenaw .. 3% 4 Wolverine ...115 118
Lake Copper. 36% 56% Wyandotie .. l% i%
La Salle ...10 10% Winona ..^.. S% .S%
Mara Con .. 8 8% Greene Can...- 6% 6%
Mexico Con.. 40 45 Giroux 6% 7%
Mich Mln ... 4% 6 Ray Con ... 19 19%
Mohawk .... 48% 49 Ah 11% 12
Newhouse 1% 2%
Boston Curb Stocks " :^^ : ;
Bid. Ask. f Bid. Ask.
Ariz & Mich, 20 25 fßly Witch-.. 10 15
Ahmeek ....185 190 rnspiration ..'B% 8%
Bohemia .... .4% 5 | Live Oak ....20 21 \u25a0
Boston Ely.. 1% l%TMajestlc .....53 54
Calaveras ... 10% lO% [Mason Val .. 8% 8%
Cactus 1% 1% Nev Dougtas. 115-16 2
Chief Cn.l 11-16 1 13-ld'Ohlo 1% 1%
Corbln 5 5% Oneco 2% 2%
Chino 19% 20 San Antonio. . — 5
Darts Daly.. 2 2 1-16 Sup & Globe. 20 25
Eagle &BB 75 S3 1 South Lake... 8 8%.
London Cloains; Storku
Oons for "money.. 80% Loulsr & Na5b....145%
Do for acct.... 80% M. X & Texas.... 33%
Amal Copper .... 66% N V Central. .. ...117
Anaconda ........ 8% Norfolk & West. .. 99%
Atehison ..103 Do pfd 91
Do nfd ...103% Ontario * West... 42%
Bait & Ohio 109 Pen-nsylvanla ..;.. 66%
Can Pacific .....19<)% Rand Mines 8%
Ches & Ohio 82% Reading ...1...... 75%
Ohi Great West.. 24 So Railway . 24%
Chi, Mil & St P. 125% Do pfd ..1 56%
De Beers 17% So Pacific ...118%
Den & Rio G.... 32% Union Pacific ....172%
Do pfd 75% Do pfd ........ 94.
Erie .28 U S SteeL..... ... 71%
Do l«t pfd 47 Do pfd ....... .120^1
Do 2d pfd .. 36 Wabash 17U,
Grand Trunk 26% Do pfd 38%
111 Central 136 Spanish 4s ....... 92
Bar silver— Steady; 24% d per ounce.
Money— -202% per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills is 3% per cent and for three months'
bills 3% per cent.
Treasury Statement
WASHINGTON. Oct.*?,— The condition of the
treasury at the beginning* of business today was
as follows: • ,
Trust Funds— Gold coin, $895,327,669; silver
dollars. $454,1f13.000: silver . dollars of 18&0
$3,546,000; selver certificates outstanding, $484,
"193,000.
General Fund — Standard silver dollars In gen
eral fund, $6.495,370; . current liabilities. $99 -
569.599; working balance In tre&arury offices
$34,4«4,732; in banks ito credit •of \u25a0 treasurer of
the ' United States, $36,951,274; subsidiary silver
coin. $18,806,359; minor coin, $853,707; - total
balances in general fund, $92. 552, 294.
Chlcaso Discount Rate
CHICAGO, Oct. 3.— Exchange on '- New -York,
5c discount. -. • '"*
Newr York . Money Market «\u25a0
NEW YORK, Oct. 3.— Money on call; firm
2H@3 per cent; ruling. rate, 2%; closing bid, 3;
offer«>d at 3. , . ...
« Time loans, firm; 60 days, 4%; 90 days, 494©
5; six months.- 4% (3494., L • .
Prime mercantile paper,. 5*4@6 per centr
Sterling exchange. Rteady. with actual business.
In -bankers' bills at- 4,*[email protected] for 60' day
bills and at 4.8640 c for demand.
Commprcial bills. 4.82^@4.52?ic.
Bar silver. ' s3%c. * • '
Mexican dollars. 45c. _V
THE SAN FRAISrOISCO^^CALL, jTUESDA^^SOGTOBER- 4 T 1910
Trading bit Local Stock Boards
Quiet and Without Much Feature
Government ' bonds. ' steady; railroad bonds,
firm. \u25a0.. • \u25a0 .v •-.\u25a0!•_•> \u25a0 . _ • '
Northern Business
PORTLAND. Oct. 3.— Clearings. $2,170,275;
balances. $223,069. '•
TACOMA, Oct. 3.— Clearings. $1,340,899; bal
ances, $128,281. - \u25a0 • • •-\u25a0\u25a0.•
SEATTLE. Oct. 3.— Clearings, $3,033,716; bal
ances, $322,070.
Loans, Exchange and Silver
Prime mercantile paper. ...6 @6 per cent
Loans on real estate 5%@8 per cent
Sterling exchange. CO day 5...... — <@4.84
Sterling exebang*, sight — «\u25a0- — ©4.88
Sterling exchange, cables — ©4.87 -
New York exchange, 51aht.. ... ... — a -04
New York exchange, telegraphic..— «\u25a0. 06
Hongkong exchange, 5ight........ — ® -44«
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic. — <JJ .44% \u25a0
Silver, per ounce. V......;..'....V ......;..'. ... . — @ 63%
Mexican dollars, n0ca1na1. ........ —@ .50
CONTINENTAL
New.Tork on Paris 518%
New.Tor* on Mexico...... ;......... 201%
Paris on London .....-.-'....-.»... 25.24
Berlin an London .20.45
STOCK MARKET
Hawaiian commercial was the active stock
yesterday and declined to $34.90 under numerous
sales. Onomea sugar was also lower at $41^75.
wMle telephone common wa» higher: «t >41.750
42.25 and the rarefeared at • $92. r.^v 1 v r.
Omnibus cable 6 per cent bonds were er
coupon of $3. ,
The annual election of tbe stock and bond
exchange will be held October 10, and the fol
lowing hare been nominated for of fleers: For
president. A. O. Hellman; vfce president, A.
Heilbronner; chairman, " I>. X.. Wilson; vice
cbainurn; Milton A. Bremer, secretary, Harry
Schwarta; treasurer, Daniel Meyer.
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
:wf ' -'\u25a0\u25a0 MONDAY. Oct. 3—10:S03 — 10:S0 a. m.
UNITED STATES BONDS
, Bid. Ask.J Bio. Ask.
4s or cp new — — |8s qr coup... — —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Ala A W ss. — 100 |Oak Tran.Bs.loß —
Am REI 50. 61% 94 Oak Tran 55.104 —
Asso Oil ss. 95 — O Tran Cn 6s — 104
Bay OPO ss. 101% — O Trac Cn 5s — 96
Cal C G 68.101 — O Trac Co 5s 90 95
Cal G &Eg OWptdos. 92 —
m& ct ss. 97 97% Om Cable 68.103% — '
Cal st C 58.100 — IPac G Im 4s. 82 —
Cal Wine ss. 85 90 ;P. E Ry 55.. 104% —
City El 55.. 87% 89 ?Pac LAP 6s. — • 99
C C Wat ss. — 90 Do gtd 55. 100 102
Do g mgs« — 9S%|Pac T&T ss. 67% —
Ed Bl LA 5s — 99 rP 4C H 68.100 — .
ESd LAP 6«.107 — IP' A O R 65.100 —
DuPt P 4%s 83 88 [People** Wss 65% 65%
First F Tr55.101% — lPowell st Os.. 9© —
F& C H 65.100 — ISac BG*Rsa.lol% —
HO & S Ss.lOO 103 S Diego R 6*. — —
Hon R T 6s. — — 6 J L&P ss. 96% —
L Tahoe Rss — 105 SFEIRy 5« — —
L A Ellec 5«. 68 — SF.O & 5J55.105% —
LAG &Elss 98 — Do 2d mgss — 96
Do Cor ss. 97 99 Do Con 6s. — 96
LA By 05.. 105 — SJ& SOR.4%«— 83
TjAJj gtd 6s. »8 — tSierra R 65.. — 106
LAP lem 55.101% — |S P of C 6s
LAP Cal ss. — 102 I (1912) 101%102%
Marin W 55.100% — 'SPC 1 c g ss. — 116
Mkt st O 6s. — 104%1S P B R 65.121% —
Do lem Re. 97^ 99 ISPRR Ist r4» 66% —
M%'& MtTss. — — Stkn G&E.65.10514 —
NRof C 58.110 — |SV W g mg4s 90 90%
N O Ry 55.. — 105 FU G & E ss. — 100
NOPCo 5s — 102% UR of. SF 4s. 66 67%
NCPCn 5s 94% 95 Vallejrjßen &"
NEI Oo ss. 86 90 - Naps RR5s — —
O GL&H ss. 99% — Val 6>S P ss. 09^100
WATER STOCKS
Marln Co .. — — IS V Wat Co. 48% —
GAS AND ELECTRICfSTOCKS
City El Co.. 51% 63 |Pac LT pfd... 75 7T
N Cal Power 60 — j Do esm . .. 69% —
Oro W, L&P 60% 62 I J
INSURANCE STOCKS
Cal Ins 00.. 74% 60 I Pac C"CasCo.lss 175
Firemn's Fd.235 — T ~ *
BANK STOCKS
Am Ntl 8k.126% — r^lrst Natnl.. 2oo 230
Anglo ALon.lso 155 IMer Nat Bk. — —
Bank of 0a1.206 — - Union T Co.. — —
Cent Trust.. 120 130 | .
SAVINGS BANKS
Ger S & L.2550 2900 jMnt Sa.v Bk. — 75
Hum S Bk.. — 140 |Sec Say Bk.. — 330
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California .. — 130 -IPreaidliv ..... 25 82%
POWDER BTOCHS
Dv Pont pfd 82% — IGlant ifon'.. 85 90
Do com ..146 — I «
SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 34% 35 TMakawSll SC 31 35
Honokaa S C 13% 16 jOnomei: g c. 41 —
Hutch SPO 16 17%tPaauht*.: SC. — 25%
Kilanea SC. 12 — [Union \u25a0\u25a0». Co.. — 75
OXL STOCKS
Amal Oil Co. — 55 Sterling Oil.. 2 2%
Asso Oil Co. 43% 44% W Coast O pf — 101 '
Palmer Oil.. 1.30 1% Do com ... — —
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska PA.— — IPac Aux FA— 5
Cal F C A.. 101 102 IPac C 80rax.155 —
Cal Wine A. — 32% Pac T&T pfd 91% 93
MV& MtTm. — . Do' com . .. 39% 40%
N Alas S Co. — 120 I Philip T&T 23% —
100 Associated Oil Co 44.00
25 Onomea Sugar Co .42 . 87%
35 Pacific Tel & Tel (common).... 42.00
25 Pacific Tel & Tel (common).... 42.25
10 Pacific Tel & Tel (common).... 41.75 .
$2,000 People's Water Co 5s 66.00
$5,000 Spring Val Wat gen mtge 45. . 90.25
Street—
$1,000 L A-Pac R R Ist con mtge ss. 101. 50
$10,000 S P R R of Oal 6s (1912)... ...102.00
Afternoon Session
Board —
125 Associated Oil C 0..... 44.00
50 Associated Oil Co, b 90 45.00
170 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar C 0 .... 85.00
26 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar C 0.... 84.75
155 Hawaiian Ootnl A' Sugar C 0.... 34.60
60 Onomea Sugar Co 41.75
60 Pacific Tel A Tel (pfd)........ 92.00
$1,000 City Electric Co 6g..... .. .. 88.00
UNLISTED SECURITIES '
2,000 Honolulu Oon. Oil 1.25*
$8,000 Alaska Packers' Assn 65 ... 104 . 00 \u25a0
$1,000 North Pacific Coast 65......... 101. 00
MINING STOCKS
Both Oometocks and ' southern I Nevadas were
quiet yesterday and price« stood about the same,
except a decline in • Belmont — ex dividend of
15c— from $4.20 to $4.07*6 and In Goldfleld con
solidated from $8.22 ft to $7.92*4 • Otherwise
there was no feature. H*^ ;
SAJV FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were - the sales on . the San Fran
cisco stock exchange yesterday: \u25a0 ! O '
COMSTOCKS
•'.'-\u25a0.;•\u25a0• Regular Morning Session,
200 Andes 101 100 Hale &'Norc.. 23
100 Bullion 121 800 Mexican ....1.02%
200 Con Va M.... 96f 100 Mexican ...... 1.00
1100 Con VaM.... 05 pi 00 Mexican »».... 98
200 Oon Va M.. v 94r 900 Ophlr ........1.10
\u25a0 Afternoon Session
1400 Brans Cbollar.. 231 200 Mexican ......1.00
1200 Bruns Potosl. 21 1 100 Opblr .........1.05
200 Bullion ... 121 100 Do, b 80.-1.07^
400 Cbollar ...... : 13f 700 Sierra Nev ... 25
1 100 Con \u25a0Va M. . . . JWf 700 Sierra Nev .... 26
1 200 Mexican ..... 98f.700 TTnion Oon ... 31
300 Mexican ..... 09] 200 Utah 06
Informal Session
600 Best St Belch. 821 "400 N Gould & O. 21
400 Con VaM.... 96 300 N Gould * O. 22
•500. Do. b 30 97| '400 Occidental .... 44
600 Gould & Cur. 131 200 Occidental „.„ 45
500 Mexican ..... 99 [700 Ophir ...... ..1.06
'\u25a0600 \u25a0\u25a0--Do, b-30...1.00r 700 Ophlr. -..»... 1.07%
600 Mexican .....* 98r 500 Sierra Nev ... 26
CLOSING J QUOTATIONS
Bld.AJ*?| , - \u0084 \u25a0 Bld.Ask.
Alpha ....... 03 05| Julia Con .... 07- 10
Alta . 08 . lOf Justice ... — 10
Andes 10 12|Kentack Con.; 10 13
Belcher ....... 60 70| Lady Wash . ; 07 '09 !
Best & Belch. 32 33JMexlcan ...... 08 1 .0O !
Bruns Chollar. 23 — fN Gould: &• C. 21 23
Bruns Potosl. 21 . — [Occidental ..; . 42 45
Bullion ...... 11 14 0ph1r. ..;... .1.05 1.07
Caledonia ....30 33 Overman 50 .. 60 I
Challenge.... 20 23 Potoal .„......— -*5 1
OhoUar ...... 12 15|SaTage . ..20 22
Confldence' ... 60 70Seg Belcher .. ; 13 :15
Con VaM.... 95 97 5c0rpi0n ....... 06 08
: Con rmperial. 02 03 Sierra Ncr ..". 25 26
Crown Point. .6o 70 Silver \u25a0 Hill ... 05 0T
Exchequer ... '20 25] Union . Ooo. " . . :.' 31 32
Gould & Our. 12 13|Utah ......... 05-06
Hale & Norc. v 22 25 1 Yellow ; Jacket.' 55 : 60
TONOPAH \u25a0 AND GOLDFIBL.D STOCKS
v" Regular: Morning ..Session \
100 Belmont .....4:iO|aOO NeT>Hi11« ;."... 2.35
.' 500 Com - Fraction. 34(5000 Ramsey ...... 01
1000 Old Con M... 8.0011500 Bound Mt ; .;.. 44
500 Jumbo Ex.'. s5 ;: 321 100 West J3nd . .". '52
-\u25a0'. \u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 Afternoon Session .|
2500 AtlanU ...... 121 1000 Falrrw < Hailst. 04 !
500 Blue Bull ... 0614000 Jim .Butler .. 30
400 Booth ...'.-.. 11l 500 Jumbo 8x..:. \u25a031
2000 Raw Coalition 06i 1000 . Do, s - 10. .V. •' 30
300 Com' Fraction. 35f 500 Do, b 10. . . . 31
000 Daisy ........ 03 2000 MiipahEx .. 30
500 Eagle's , Nest..- 05 800 'Ner Hills ....2.35
400 Florence \u25a0:,'.. .3.05 50Q West End ... 51 i
300 Gld Con-M...8.00J> Jt > V
; . - • • Informal > Session - • .
1000 Atlanta — ... 12 "100 Old .Con I M... 7.85
500 Belmont-- \u0084..-4.10 1000 Midway . 20
1000 Bine Bun '...• 081.500 Oro;-.. .;...... _107
500 Booth .......11 5000 Round Mt ....- 45
600 Com Fraction. 85 1600 Round Mt .... '44
100 Florence .. .2.07% •. 10 . Roond: Mt . . . . s 40
200 Gld-Ctan M.B.S7K
CLOSING- QUOTATIONS
• • CALIFORNIA \u25a0 *" \u25a0
Bid^.Bk.[- \u25a0\u25a0•;- - \u25a0\u25a0<\u25a0 Bld-Ask.
Argonaut \u25a0."... 1". 00 2. 001 So - Eureka M.5.75 6.00
Cent Dureka..l.ls -— r • . ' • .
NEVADA
.- Tonopah District ,
• Bid. Ask. r : \u25a0 Bid.Ask.
i 8e1m0nt:....^.4. 07 4. l2! North Star ... 05 VO6
Jim Butler .. 29 30' Rescue Eula .. '07
MaeNamaxa .. 27' 29 Ton Exten ... 98 1.00
Midway - . ... .20 21 Ton .of Nev. . . — .900
Mizpah Ex' .. '20 "31 West; End^ ....-50 53
» Montana;..';.'.-, 95-'9 5-' 98 ; "
- Goldfleld District > : • ' -\u0084 \u25a0
A<J*ms 01 02IGld Kewanas.. 08 •00
Atlanta ... ;i 2 . 13 GW Merger; M. 11; 13;
Blue; Bell ... 02 04; Grandma ...... ,°2: .03
Blue Bull ... 05 061 Great Bend? .- 03 ,OS
Booth .. .V... 11 'i2lGrt Bend Anx. — ;0l
C O.D .. _ is[Grt .Bend Ex. •"'— 01
Columbia *Mt. -03 ; 05[Jumbo'Ex .... 30 31
Com Fraction. 34 ' - 86!Kendall ...... 02 \u25a0\u25a0-_ — I
Conqueror :.--,' 02il>one Star .... 03; :04
Cracker i Jack. 01 02lOro-.... .07 OS
DaUy JL^V.V. . 03 04[Eed Hins" ..... 03 .04. 04 i
Ihndfld TragL ' — 01|Hed" Top Ex:. 03 04
Florence - 2.05 2. lOlSandstorm \u25a0-..-...•• 04 05 <
Frances Mhk. \u25a0 — -02 Silver" Pick .'. '07 OB
Gold Bar Gld" 10. —St Iv«s — *20
Gld 000 . M. : .7.92 7.971 Wonder . . — 01
Gld' Portland. 02 03JY.ellow Tiger-. — \u25a0 '08
\u25a0\u25a0-. Bullfrog. District
Amethyst .... — oU Mont \u25a0 Bullfrog. — -01
Bonnie Clare. . 04 • '« — TMontgomy Mt. \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 — , 01
Blfrg ; Nat : Bk 01 OSfTramp 5 Con ... OS 05
Homestaka K. - — ol} Valley View.. ' — 02
Mayflower Con 04 05r ."" ' ' \ &\pg£l \u25a0
\u25a0": / V.i - Manhattan 'District " .
Afan Con- .... ,03 04 Pine Nut. .... — 01.
ManvDexter... 07 08 Stray D<*:... O2 04
Mineral Hill. . —j. 01 Thanksgiving. . 02 04.
Mustang Man. 01 • 02 -- < . -•• . - • \u25a0 - •
_'•\u25a0\u25a0" Other' Districts*
.Eagle's. Nest.. 05 — [Pitts S Peak:. .46 50
Falrvw G-Bld 02 03]Ramsey. ...... — 01
Fairvw Bagle. 35 — IKaw OoaliUoa. 06 07
Falrrw ; Hailst : 04 05fBound,Mt .... 44 45
Jack P0t..... 02 J 03tTecopa C0n..;, 41 —
Nev HlUs- ...2.35 2.401 U- '• N
Asßsesannaent . Dlreetorr i Coocmsioclc i Mlaea
Coatpaay— No. DeL Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Yellow Jacket. 87 Sept. 12 Oct. 20 >.15
Bxch»«|uer .... 17 Sept. 12 Oct. 5- .05
Union .... 23 Sept. 13 Oct. 11 . .10
Savage l$ Sept 17 Oct. 1« . .10
Confldence ... 56 Oct. .2 : Oct.. 26 .20
Sierra Nevada. .. Oct. 6 .....:... .10
Crown Point.. 7 Oct. . 6 Nov. 4 .10
Overman: ..... 34 Oct. 12 Nov. .4 .10
OIL STOCKS
The oil stocks continued quiet yesterday and
prices showed no changes worthy of • note. ,-.-
Republic has successfully shut off the water
in its No. 1 well, which has 600 f«*t of oil
standing in It, which indicates a good well
when the drilling la completed. \u25a0 . . . ~ : •
A report from Los : Angeles says '. that 400
acres of the Midway Union's -500 acres In San
Emldlo have been sold to E. P.* Gable and
Pittsbure associates for $13,000. -.
The Lacey oil company, operating In the
Devils Den country, is' reported to have a small
showing of ] very light oil, the test showing
about S3 gravity. The Pluto oil company re
sumed work about 10 days ago and the -Devils
Den consolidated has. bonded its, holdings, to
Mr. -' Yaraw, . formerly of the. Standard oil com- ;
pany. ... ... . . •• .
Although \ the Imperial and. Thirty-three oil
properties In the Kern river oil fields were sold
several months ago to an English syndicate at a
big figure, the Imperial oil company still has
some large holdings In j the northern - fields. Ac
cording to . the latest nup. the Imperial owns
the whole of section 1-29-28. . ' -r. '
Four, hundred barrels ' of 34 B. oil are being
delivered daily by the White Star in the Little
Sespe. for which the company is receiving $1.25 a
barrel. Well No. 6, . recently brought lin. at
1,850 feet, is producing 100 barrels daily: in
the pump.- Well No. 5 is producing 250 barrels
dally. '_ \u25a0
Bakersfield advices say that the Standard Is
to lay a six inch pipe line from the Consolidated
Midway gusher on- fractional section S^. the
four. Inch line being- too> small to handle yie
flow. An offer is said to have been made to
the Consolidated to buy 1,000.000 barrels at 30c
over and above - the Standard contract, to be
delivered at a rate of 10,000 barrels dally.
Officers of ' the company do not "confirm the
report.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
Alma — l.QOi Nev Midway 16 —
Amy — 85[ New Pa- Pet 80 —
Apollo ..'... 07 -' 10[0ecident«l \u25a0...---. 15 ' —
Asso Oil ..43.50 43.75 Pac. S Petro 83 34
Do bd555.94.50 'Parafflne ... — 93
Bay City ..2.40 :— IPatricia — 30
Blue Moon.. 04 06|Palmer 1.30 1.35
Brookshlre.. — I.4o|Peerless .... . — 5.00
Caribou .... — ,15.00IPledmont ... 10 —
Olaremont.. 1.40 I.7o!Plnal- .'4.25 6.25
Coallnga C. — 451 Premier .... 78 87
Coal Moh-wk 1.30 I.42|Kecord ..... 4.00- <5;00
Coal Natnl. 21 —Republic ... 48 50
Con Midway 21 25 Sacramento.. 1.00 —
Cresoeus ... — . 75'S F A McK. 15. 00 25.00
Dabney .... 10] Sect lon 25. .. —25.00
De . Luxe .. — OOiSesnon *. 8.00
Dominion .. 70 95! Silver Tip... 95 1.10
Empire .... — 3.00S W&8... 34 35 '
Enos 1.05 —Sterling .... 2.25
lll '.'Crude.'..'. — 42! Superior .... 21
Junction ... 33 40|Turner ..... 1.15 1.25
Marlcopa 3(5 —v 3 . OO! Union ..... — 100.00
Marlcopa N. 31 -. — {United 0i1.... -55 59
Mascot — 2.751 Wolverine .. 30 ' —
McKittrick.. 15 20! W X Oil Co 2.50 .—
Monte Crist 2.50 —| Yellowstone. .. — '^30
Nev County. . 15 — — f -
200 Coallnga National, s 10 .21 -
800 . New Pa Petr01eum ....... .... . . . . . . . BT>
500 S W & B. 35
' 2. p. Hl.— « ' -:-.^':; V: |- r V'
10 Associated Oil 43.75
300 New Pa Petroleum ;.... .86
500 Republic, s 1Q. ;.........' y ,4» .
lOS ANGELES oa EXCHANGE!
(Special Dispatch to The Call] ' }&/ -^
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 3. — Mexican petroleum
common was the big feature of 1 the oil •. stock
market today. The stock sold up to (30. Cleve
land and Consolidated Midway were active. The
call: -
Producers — - - Bid. Ask.
American Crude Oil C 0.... — 50
American Petroleum Co {com). 58.00 \u25a0 : 60.00 '
Associated OH 43.82% 44.50
California Midway Oil C 0..... 50% • \u25a0 51%
Central ..: 1.85 ' -i-.
Cleveland Oil C 0......... 03% 04,
Columbia ...................... — ' 1.25
Consolidated Midway Oil Co. . 24% 24% r
Continental OH -\u25a0 — -35
Enos Oil Co 1.00 "V —
Euclid Oil C 0.... — - 65 '
Fullerton Oil ..................' — .; 5.00
Jado Oil Co.. ........." . — 32
Mexican Petroleum Ltd (pfd).. 65.50 67.00
Mexican Petroleum Ltd '(com).- 30.00 : 30.12%
Mascot Oil Co. — - 4.00'
Olinda Land St Oil C 0.......;. 60 , 65
Palmer OH C 0.......... ' 1.27»4 ' 1.50
Perseus Oil' Co \u0084 — ' 32%
Plnal Oil. C 0.... — 10.00
•Ptru Oil & Land C 0... .20 —
Rice Ranch Oil C 0... — ...... — 1.00
Traderg Oil C 0 ................. — '9.00 '
Union Oil C 0............. 1 . .89.12% \u25a0 —
Union Provident C 0 ............ 96.50 97.50"
United Oil C 0.........;...;... 57 _:
.Western Union ................ . — 50.00
Yellowstone. Oil C 0.... — - - ,50
Nonproducers— \u25a0 \u25a0 . . '
McKlttrick Inv On C 0....... 5.00 —
Oleum Development C 0 ........ 03% - 04%
-:\u25a0. SALES 1 •.-'.- ..> .;-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :\u25a0•'. \u25a0
r •-. Morning Session : -.. .
10 Associated Oil C 0......:........: 44.12%
. 1,000 Cleveland Oil C 0. ...............; .04%
. 500 Cleveland Oil C 0... ............... .04%
2,000 Cleveland 0i1; C0; .'.'.:........'... ; .04
1,000 Cleveland Oil Co,ib 30.^,... •... .04%
3,000 Cleveland. OH; C 0 .....;.......... .03%
1,000 Consolidated Midway ... ..'. V5.24%
1.000 California J Midway .< . : . . . . ..... ,*.i / . 50%
2,000 Cullfornia Midway' .V. ....;. »50%
;10 Mexican Pot Ltd = (c0m)..... .. .29.12%
; 10 Mexican Pet.Ltd : (c0m)....... . 29.37%
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (com)::.-.. .:. 29.50
JO Mexican Pet I/td-(com). b 30. .. .30.00
10 Mexican Pet Ltd" (c0m)....:... 29.f12U
30 Union on C 0:.....:.:..::..;.... 99.25 "
2,000 Oleum Development C 0 .:........ .04>
\u25a0 ' Afternoon Session -. «" . -
7.000 Cleveland Oil C 0.:. ........:.... .03%
1,300 Consolidated Midway . . . . .. . .24%
30 >rexican Pet Ltd (com ) . .7. . . . . 29. 62 %
10 Mexican Pet - Ltd ; (com ) . r. . . . . . 29. 75 '
10 Mexican Pet . Ltd (c0m ) .'. . . .... 29 . 87%
30 Mexican - Pet Ltd ' (c0m) ..:..... ,30.00
20 Mexican Pot.Ltd (com), b 30.... 30.37%
20 Mexican Pet Ltd: (com),' b 30:... 30.50
5 Union 051C0....... 5 :..... i..V... = 99.00
.\u25a0 _ &> Union Oil C 0 . . .. r. .'.". ; : . . . . . . . . . 99. 12%
3.000 Oleum Development > C 0 . . :..:.... .04
Yfc \u25a0-' **" ' — - -
QRAINMARKET
;v; v ' Wheat and Other Grains ;
Wheat— The stock on" hand '•\u25a0 'appears alsewhere
on tn is page. ? •-•..\u25a0 . ..• ,v -\u25a0 ~:- . .
M^h. I ?*^^*,* 01 } 110068 ' dnll '' Local oP^ators
f*f ' "\u25a0' California -farmers are holding- their
wheat and allowing the north to, undersell them
S.SI. B iI ket - On .the other hand, handlers of
taTbSS'-U'weirf?''^" n^* beni farmers hold -.
\u25a0* '\u25a0',\u25a0 - CASH WHEAT/ " ; : ; ;.."•; .."•
.California /club.- [email protected]: \u25a0: Skmora, $1.70®
}iß'' «7^ "/««t»M«n. ' * J [email protected] : northern
club. $1.52U<§!1.57%"; Russian red. »I.SO@i:62H:
c? cS *[email protected]:;bluestem. $I.6BH^l?fo
''-'.•; . . ; 'FUTURES. ; i "*(\u25a0'\u25a0 "J
"..; " \u25a0•\u25a0 • -\u25a0\u25a0" '• 10 a. m.. Session •
\u25a0tlso quotations.- .„• ; . ,v-- v." - : -, i
• BarJey— Stocks on hand appear ataewbere.- '~ '•
kJ? 6 , ?*** • °Pened with : a lower market for
both futures and the cash grain. \ v
'•- : xt V/ ';' \u25a0"*'\u25a0" '"\u25a0'' CASH . BARLEY : : \. \u25a0'..-- :^ : \.
• .' , -' \u25a0\u25a0..-;-'\u25a0"\u25a0 FUTURES. \u25a0•\u25a0•:
• ;/ : .'"-10 a. m." Session
r May— No sales; : sl.oß% bid. $1.09^4 asked. %'
•--:- -/. Open.* High. ; Low. Close.
December ; .......$1.03 : J1.03 V $1.02*4 : $1.03
'•• '2 p. m." Session •' \u25a0' : \u25a0> ' \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
May— Jl.QSVi bid, -81.08% asked. \u0084\u25a0• :'
SUMMARYOF
: THEMARKETS'
' »\u25a0*\u25bc ' York . stocks higher. ' Coppers
",\ .; firm.'. -:i .:--.-. ..;,.-. ; ; •. '...'. - :y.
Cotton future* advanced.
Local stock markets without fea
t -ture. .• - '•;_\u25a0 \ .--. \u25a0\u0084-.:. \u25a0 ,-, - \u25a0 " ,',
Refined misrar 20 points lower.
IParmew holdingr their wheat back.
: Barley flower. Oats dull. \u25a0
; Stocks of. bran very llffht. ' . '
Hay market ns before. \u25a0 •\u25a0*"" " *-V
Dried , fruits and raisins about the
\u25a0•• name. -..V ".; . . \u0084 t - .\u25a0 •
• Wild duck season opens. ;
; Four cars. of western poultry of
/-Mered;*: ;\u0084. . .-- - - \u25a0 !\u25a0! \u25a0 \u0084 ' ..,\u25a0 -. -.
•Tomato market overstocked. ;
'J[°<«toes plentiful. .Onions hisrher.
* F^resh fruits ; quiet and easy.
December— sl.o3. '
e Pa.ts T-TheT -The. market continues \u25a0 dull and. weak.
Stocks increased -2.458 tons In September.; -
>t.Y%nc ?T? T *&• »H 5^ 125 tor ordinary and
w " v* «,^ c^ lce; r wd " for seed, $1.27% @1.32^ ;
black. $1.1001.20 for feed and- [email protected] for
seed; gray, nominal: white." Sl. so® 1.60
\u25a0 \u25a0 Corn-^Stoeks are still slender, as will be seen
elsewherp.- -\u0084-... \u25a0\u25a0•\u0084.
California large yellow. $1.62%@1. 65;
~iw r °? nd // c,e ,v OW o •l-»«»-» 0:-' westera states
LiH^T' \u25a0«« n«n «S bnlk . f " Saa Franeteco tracks. $1.48:
M»h ' *H?J m , ixe4 $1 - 47: sacked prices. 7%c
Eye— [email protected] per ctl. \u25a0
/.. " .. : Foreisrn Pntures
.„\u25a0-•;. LIVERPOOL
_: Wheat—. . Oct. Dec. March.
Openlag ............... 7 4^4 :. 7 4 ' 7 4
Ooslng -..;...«.. 7 414 7454 . 7,4*$
\u25a0^ \u25a0'\u25a0-•\u25a0:::\u25a0 ;-paris '"?£-^*.*:
.Wheat— ;.,,.. j oct Jan.-ApriL
Opening r ..,....... M,^-...M ,^ - ... 27.85 27.70
Closing ..^...... ;. 27.95 27.80
"Flour — \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 . •. --..-.
Opening. ...J.J. — ..... ..... 37.15 36.60
Closing: .................... 37.75- 36.70 "
CHICAGO j BOARp ;OF TRADES
Pntnre Grain nnd Provisions
7 CHICAGO. \u25a0" Oct., 3.^— A \u25a0arprUtag Increase in
the visible supply pf wheat this. side of the At
lantic \u25a0 upset a bullish market today. The close
was;at a net decline of %@%c. In corn there
was a . gain of . a shade to Me compared with
Saturday night. l Oats finished %@%c off and
provisions - unchanged to 40c below. The big
bulge m' tie amount of wheat in sight was not
confined • to . the United State*. • Canada showed
an - even greater rate .of accumulation. Making
matters worse from : a bull standpoint there was
no. sign of export business to speak of and this,
too. -.in ' face - of. announcement that freight on
the lakes had' been cut -to lc for Fort WiHiam
to .Buffalo. ...
- Early in the day the market was firm because
of, a decided' lowering of the total wheat afloat
on the ocean. . Moreover, there was a wldespraed
belief that ' the short side of : the market was
being overplayed by" speculators.
No .' considerations, however, could withstand
the - force of - the news regarding the visible
supply,'" The market closed weak near the lowest
level-, of: the day. 'December ranged between
96% c and 97% c.and finished %®%c off at 96%
®9O \u25a0<':' ! . -
After, an; early. spurt corn weakened. The tone
at the close, nevertheless, was steady. De
cember-fluctuated from 49Vic to 49% c and in
the ;end was ,%c up at 49% c. Cash corn was
firm early, but later lost the advance. No. 2
yellow sold finally at 51% @52c.
' In the oats pit commission houses bought early
and : sold . later, .following other grains. De
cember, sold ..from -32% c to 33% c, closing %c
net'down at 32% c." Congestion in .nearby large
deliveries, helped .to' tempera declining tendency
in hog products. Latest quotations were 2%@
40c cheaper for pork.' prices unchanged to 15c
down for lard and°ls@22%c less expensive for
ribs. \u25a0• \u25a0 - *;...-
Chlcagro Grain and Provision Futures
(Furnished by B. F. Hutton A Co., 490 California street.) |
'- The -leading futures ranged as follows: \u25a0
WHEAT— -.'- : X Open. High. Low. Clow. Oct. 1. Last Tear.
December ........ 67 99% 06% 66% »" 1 -S2S
May ............ ....... 1.03 1.03% 1.02 1.02^4 1.02% 102%
July ":..:•. ................... 9Si-i 98%
' \u25a0\u25a0: CORN— ,_.,
December... 49% 49% 49% 49% 49* i f'?»
May *................... "^2% 52% 52% 52% 52J4 60
July .... .- .... .... 53% ••••
December ~7.... ...... ...'...." 33 .33% . 32% 32% 32% 3&%
May 86 36% 35% 35?» 35% 42H
PORK (per bbl)— •
.0ct0ber:..:......-....-...... •".«> 17.62% 23.20
January 17.62% 17.67% 17.42% 17.42% 17.75 18.60
May.... 17.02% 17.15 16.92% 16.92% 17.32%
. LARD (per 100 lbs)— „ __\u0084
October .......;...... 12.37% 12.52% 12.37% 12.50 , 12.50
January 10.60' 10.60 10.52% 10.52% 1O.«5 10.90.
May .10.22% 10.22% 10.07% 10.10 10.25
; SHORT RIBS (per 100 lbs)— . • X.' r > . „,,
October ....; _....... 11.10 11.10 10.57& 11.92^ 11.25 "-S, 1 ?
January...*. 0.42% 9.42% 9.25 6.25 9.47% • 9.7T%
May 9.32% 9.35 9.22%' 9.22% 9.40 9.75
I Canh Grain and Provision*
CHICAGO, Oct. 3.— rCash , quotations were as
follows: Flour, steads:'. No. 2 rye, 74% c; feed
or mixing barley. 60@65c : j fair to ' choice malt
ing barley, 68<g72c; flax seed. No. 1 south
western, $2.40; No. 1 northwestern. $2.53;
timothy seed. $6.50®8.50: clover, [email protected]; mess
pork, per barrel, $18: lard, per 100 pounds,
$12.62%; short ribs, sides, loose. [email protected];
short clear sides, boxed. $12.75(^12.87%.
' GRAIN STATISTICS • .*. ;V'
Total clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 432.000 bushels. Primary receipts were 1.719.
000 bushels, compared with 2,353,000 bushels the
corresponding day a year ago. The visible,
supply of wheat In the United States is 2.725.
000 bushels for - the week. The amount of
breadstuff on ocean passage/ 3,496,000 bushels.
Estimated receipts for • tomorrow — Wheat, 67
cars: corn, 375 cars; oats, 150 cars; hogs, ; 14,
000 head.
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE
Articles. ~ vs Receipts. .' Shipments
Flour, barrels 30.800 45,800
Wheat, bushels 49,200 44.500
Corn, bushels ............... 310.000 350,300
Oats, ' bushels .....252,000 149,200
Rye. . bushels .%. . 1,000 4.100
Barley, bushels 52.500 30.100
I CHICAGO, Oct. 3. — B. F. Hutton & Co.'s wire
says: "Wheat — Generally, higher European mar
kets,, a substantial, decrease In supplies afloat
and a widespread belief ' that the short side was
• being ; overplayed by : speculators made a' higher
wheat market during the first half -of the ses-
Vlon. . The tone has been \u25a0 very weak since. Tb»
early bulge took. the. market to %c above Sat
urday's close. This gain and as much more
was lost • later." > Quite . a number of shorts cov
ered early, while the more positive and courage
rm* sold.- Later -news was quite unsatisfactory.
The big increase in the visible. 2.725.000 bushels,
was; a surprise. Seaboard." Montreal. Winnipeg
and . local . exporters reported : no I business ! doing
except i in ! an -. occasional " lot of \u25a0 cheap Manitoba.
These reports ' were : borne out by later announce
ment of a cut to lc wheat freights for William
to ' Buffalo. Minneapolis stocks Increased 220,
000 bushels In two days, against a decrease of
20.000 bushels a year ago. Canadian visible sup
ply Increased 2.699.000 bushels last week, against
an' increase of '. 1.805.000 !a - year ' ago. Export
clearances today, 482,000 bushels, of which 153.
000 \u25a0. were as . wheat. \u25a0 . Cash - sales here were
35.000 bushels.' •. ' • \u25a0 •. \u25a0 : • "
• "Corn — Opened a little higher on wet weather
west of the Mississippi river and prospect of: its
spread ; to ; more • eastern > corn v territory ' today *or
tomorrow. A number of shorts covered, but the
market \u25a0 gave way . later after, their wants t had
been ' satisfied. Early - shipping call fair. ' but
later, .very poor. Total .Rales, 122,000 "bushels.
St. Louis reports 'the arrival there of 46 -sacks
of new 'corn. Report of ,46 cars . new . there was
a canard. ' \u25a0 \u25a0 . -,= ...
>,: "Oats— Have 'followed other grains, ; gaining
early and reacting later. . Market has been fairly
active, helped very ' much • during the morning
by covering i by; shorts. | Receivers as a rule ex
pecting . light receipts, but northern lowa dealers
are now loading. oats out heavily to make room
for" old corn, < and 'this' mean: a better run.of
oars here next week." .
Visible Grain Snpply
NEW- -YORK. Oct. 3.— The visible supply of
grain in the United- States, Saturday, 'October !,\u25a0
as-compiled by the New York .produce exchange,
follows: . ' \u25a0'•\u25a0 •:*\u25a0 - ; .\u25a0\u25a0'-\u25a0.- \u25a0' •<< \u25a0\u25a0 -' '\u25a0 : "\u25a0. \u25a0.-.-
Wheat. 34.968.000 bushels; increase.' 2.72s,ooo.
'! Corn,: 5.041.000 bushels; Increase 403,000.
'. 'Oats; 18,801,000 bushels, decrease 59,000. ..
".'• Rye. 353.000 bushels. Increase 34,000. ,
Barley. 2,444.000 bushels." increase. 608,000. -'\u25a0
\u25a0 The \u25a0 visible \u25a0\u25a0 supply \u25a0 of wheat . in . Canada last
Saturday was - 6,897,000 \u25a0 bushels, an increase of
2,699,000 bushels. I
DTew York Grain Market
/ NEW. YORK, Oct. 3.— Flour— Very easy with
wheat.V Receipts, 36,740 barrels; shipments,.3s,
454. v :';*•;\u25a0: \<>:.._ .-•\u25a0• ' \u0084.-.-.- ' r ';\u25a0\u25a0*\u25a0.
/.Wheats-Spot, ; easier; No. 2, $1.01% elevator
and. $1.04% f. o.'-. b. afloat; No. 1\u25a0: northern > Du
luth... $1.19V2- f-r o.:b. afloat.' Future* -market
was - firm \u25a0 early \u25a0on • the < cables •" which caused
shorts to cover,", but : there ; was * renewed selling-
Ing' on the 'goodl increase jlnj ln the \ visible supply
and the lack . of \u25a0 export 1 , demand and prices late
were- easy. "closing \u25a0 'net -lower.- .December
closed'sl.o4V4:' May. olosed<sl.oß9». Receipts.
126,300 bushels ; r shipments; , 144,891.
Northern ' Wheat Market
' TACOMA, Oct. 3.-^-Wheat— Milling — Blnestem,
90% c;' club.^B3c;. red: Russian, 82c' Export —
Bluestem, ,. S9c; red . Russian,.. Blc ; : club, ,S3c:
fortyfold. 85@S6c. * Total car receipts for Sep
tember—Wheat 1,090, oats 59, barley 28,: corn
18,- bay' 323.' V ?;\u25a0«\u25a0 : -'•-"= \u25a0: *\u25a0 \u25a0-:.:-•••
\u25a0•:\u25a0' SEATTLE. Oct. - 3.— Milling •\u25a0 quotations — Blue
stem.sß9c; fortyfold. 185c; r club. > 84c: flfe.;B4c;
red " Russian.* 82c. ."\u25a0 Export wheat — Bluestem.' 86c ;
fortyfold,' 82c; life, 81c; , club.': 81c; red Russian,
79C.V.V--/ ?.,:---• ;~-=.-V^ \u25a0\u25a0-"\u25a0 :_,: \u25a0\u25a0 .; := :-;.;\u25a0
-PORTLAND,' Oct/ 3.— Wheat— Track prices—
Club.:B3@B4c;;bluestem;sß9@9oc: - red 'Russian,
SOffiSlc ; > valley, 1 88 c; .turkey, red.i 82@86c ; I forty
fold. \u25a0• 85(3 86c. . \u25a0 Car . receipts-^- Wheat 119, i barley,
3. oats 13. bay 19. "'\u25a0""4NMMJ
•-- Seasonal i: to / date— Wheat.' 2,350 - cars ; bar
ley. 137; 0at5, 373;: hay, 896.
Stocks of ,; Grain
- ; H. -• a \u25a0 Bunker, r chief i grain \ inspector *of * the
Merchants'; exchange, reports stocks of. grain and
beans in regular warehouse and on wharf October
Refined Sugar 20 Points Lower
farmersiloldingßacßTheirWheat
las follows, the grain" in. tons and the beans in;
sacks:
: *\u25a0'—'" -•-"-''\u25a0-••' T\ " TT P V "T*
Port Costa 2.861 \u25a0 3.824
; Stockton 6.616" 0.913
City 1.244 3.502
\u25a0;i .--. BARLEY ,
. Sept. 1. Oct. 1.
Port Costa ....72.717 73.914
Stockton" .: 12.053 19.152
City.......; 3.442 4.973
' . . , * Sept..l. Oct. 1.
Oats I 1.936 4,304
Corn ....... 43 36
Bran 250 1*
Beans, sacks 40.105 44.781
Receipts In September were 15.521 tons wheat.
47.816 tons barley.: 4,693 . tons '.oais. 155 tons
corn. 436 tons bran, 35,269 sacks beans \u25a0 and
22,412 tons hay.
' — "— ' /.;v;',;
.' . MlnneapollM Grain Market .
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 3.— -Wheat— December.
$1.07%; May. $1-11^. Cash— No. 1 hard.
$1.10^,; No. 1 northern. $1.09^@1.09^: 1 No. 2
northern. $1.04%@1.075i; No. 3- northern,
$1.02% ©1.058,: _
Corn— No. 3. ye110w," 50%@51c.
\u25a0 Oati— No. 3 whita, 30^@31V8C ?
Bye— No. 2. 70@71c.
Flax— Closed at $2.54.
Dnlntb Flax
DULCTH. Oct. 8. — Flax — To arrive, *2.53:
on track. $2.53; October and November. $2.53;
December, $2.48 bid; May $2.43 bid.
I LOCAL MARKETS j
v ,':'\u25a0 Receipts of Produce October S
Flour, - qr sks..': B,2oojPelts, No ... . 30
Wheat. cUs ... 1,800 Lime, bbls 340
Barley, ctls ...203.594 Sugar, ctls 600
Oats, ctls 540Wlne. gala 40.500
Beans.- sks .... 5. 11S Brandy, gala .... 150
Potatoes. skS' .. ' 6.540 Apples, *bxs 5,910
Onions, sks .... 6.920 Paper, bdls ...... 635
Hay,, tons ..... 1,775 Raisins, bxs 1,500
Hope, bales .... • 23S Broom corn. bis. 100
Leather, rolls .. 20 Almonds, sks ... . 250
Tallow, ctls ... 10 Livestock. No ... .2S
Hides, No 660' Honey, cases .... 20
OREGON
Flour, qr sks,... 6,536! 8ran, sks 500
Wheat, ctlj 22,970f
WASHINGTON
Floor, 'qr 0t». ... 5,976.! 5h0rt5, sks ...... I.STTr
Wheat, ctls .... 6.790 f ßran. aks .740
Oats, ctls 450) Feed. sks « 520
WESTERN STATES
Flour, qr 5k5..... 1,000
Cottolene— One half bbl. 13% c: 3 half bbl»,
13% c; 1 tierce. 18% c; 2 tierces, 13c; 5 tierces.
12T2c per lb.
Hams and Bacon— The Western meat company
quotes as follows: Hams. - 19%@20c; picnic
hams. 14% c: California hams. 19c; fancy bacon.
6 to 8 lbs. 30% c; 8 to 10 lbs, 27c; 10 to 12 lbs.
26c; sugar cored, 27c; light dry salt bacon. 8 to
10 lbs. 24c; 10 to 12 lbs. 22c; medium bacon,
19c; light medium bacon. 19c
Lard— Tierces 15c. 50a • 15% c, 10s 15% c. 8*
15 %c, 3s 16c: compound lard, tierces 12c. 50s
12% c. 10s 12% c. 5« 12% c. 3s 13c: yellow cook
ing oil. 86c per gal; white cooking oil. SSc per
gal: salad oil. $1 per gal.
Beef — Local price* are quoted. Export lots. In
spected by tbe government, are $1 per bbl high
er. Extra family beef. $18 per bbl;' family beef.
$18 per bbl: extra megs beef, $18 per bbl;
smoked beef. 21% c per lb.
Pork — Extra prime. In barrels. $32; clear. $34;
mess. $32: pig pork. $36: pigs* feet. 53. 75 for
half bbls, $2.40 for 25 lb kegs and $1.35 for kits.
' Meat .Market
DRESSED MEATS
Slaughterers' rates to dealers and batchers are
as follows:
Beef— B%@9c per lb for steers, B@B%c for
cows and heifers.
Veal— B@lo%c for large and 10% c for small.
Mutton— Wethers. 9%©10 c; ewes, 9@9%c
per lb. £- -'
Lamb— ll@ll%c per lb.
Dressed Pork (per lb) — 13% c for light.
LIVESTOCK MARKET
- The following quotations are for good, soend
livestock, delivered. In San Francisco, gross
weight: . n
No. 1 fat steers, over 900 lbs. alive. s«c
per lb: under 600 lbs, sc: second \u25a0 quality, all
weights, 4%c; thin, undesirable steers, 3%
@4%c. -. : - 'v - «
No.. 1 cows and heifers. 4%c; second qual
ity. 4c; common, thin, undesirable cows, 3@3%c
Desirable bulls and stags. 2%@2%c; half fat
or thin bulls. l%@2c.
Calves — Lightweight, per lb, 5% ©6c; medium,
5«@5%c: heavy. 4@4%c.
Sheep— Desirable wethers, 4li@4%c; ewe«, 4
@4*ic.
Lambs (per lb) — Unshorn lambs, 6@C%c.
Hoes (per lb) — Hard grain fed, weighlns 100
to 250 lbs, 9@9Vic; 250 lbs and up, B%c@S%c
per lb. .
Hones and ' Males
- •;-;. \u25a0; HORSES
Desirable drafters. 1,700 lbs and 0ver.,5275@300
Light drafters. 1.530 to 1.650 lbs 225@275
Chunks, 1.350 to 1.500 lbs 200 <a 250
Wagon horses. 1.250 to 1.350 1b5...... 175@200
Delivery wagon horses, 1.050 to 1,250.. 125«|150
Desirable farm mares 135@150
Farm workers 75©100
— MULES. MEDIUM -TO EXTRA • -
900 lbs, 4 to 7 years $125(3150
1,000 Iba. 4 to 7 years ..150-2175
1,100 lbs, 4 to 7 years 200(2225
1,200 Iba. 4 to 7 years 220@300
Over 7 years old range from $15 to $25 lower.
. Note — Shippers to this market must have
horses close to type, with age, bone conformation
and style, to command extreme quotations.
Butter, Cheese and Ercs
Butter opened the . week with the market
steady and in. good shape generally, there being
a good demand for top quality table goods and
for the lower grades also. Several . dealers .were
short on \u25a0 extras and the shortage caused some
active buying on. the exchange, which sent prices
for fresh stock up. The advance was lc in ex
tras and firsts and %cln seconds, the *.ew quo
tations . ranging from 29c to 34 Vie a pouod.
Receipts- of eggs were light, but ample for all
need?. Sales of extras in the street were rather
slow, with retail tradesmen taking just about
enough . to keep their customers, supplied. These
conditions' were reflected on the exchange, where
trading sent the price of extras down \c to a
quotation of 45c a dozen. The lower grades
stood- as -before quoted. The only change in
cheese was \u25a0 a decline •of lc In fancy Xoung
Americas, which were quoted at 16c a pound.
Sales on the exchange were as follows:
"Butter — 10 cases of extras at 3?>i-ie. 10 cases
and. 10 cubes at 34c, 10 cases at 35c and 10 at
34 Uc a pound. *•'\u25a0
Eggs — 10 cases of fresh extras at 46c 'and 10
at 45c a dozen. |
Cheese- : -25 fancy Young Americas at 16c a
pound. " During - the informal session 25 Oregon
flat cheese were sold at . 16c a pound and 2O
cases of selected pullet eggs changed hands. 10
going at 35c and 10 at 34c a dozen.-.
Receipts we.re 16,000 pounds of butter. 15,000
pounds of cheese and 691 cases of eggs.
The following are the official quotations estab
lished on the floor of the dairy exchange. Prices
in the street, while governed by the exchange
quotations, generally range from l^c to 2c
higher, owing to the various charges °to be
added: «
BUTTER. PER POUND
"Grades — Sept.' 2» Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 3
Fresh extras.. 33HC 33V&C 33»£c 34«, c
Firsts .... 30c - 30c 30c 31c
Seconds ...... 2S%c 2S^e IS^c 29c
Extra storage. 30^c 30Hc 30>^c Sftijc
Cheese — California fancy flats,, loc per lb.
steady;, do firsts. 14% c. steadyl do seconds,
12VJC. steady; - fancy Young Americas, 16c,'
steady; do firsts/ 15% c. steady; Oregon flats,
16^e, firm; California storage flats, 15e. steady.
Eggs — California fresh, per - dozen, cases la-
Cl Grad>s— Sept. 29 Sept. 3O Oct. 1 Oct.*
Extras ....... 46c: MBc , 49c 4V
Firsts ........42c . 42c. 42c 42c
Seconds-....-. 30c 30c 30c 30c
Storage extras. 3Qg 30c •- 30c 30c
Elgin " Batter
EXGIN.'Oct. 3.— Butter— Steady; 29c; output,
702.300 pounds.
Portland Butter
PORTLAND,, Oct. 3.- r ßutter— City creamery
cubes. 35@36c; prints, 3t@37#c; store, 23@24c
1 ; " Egg Market -in Xearby Counties
(Special Dispatch to The Call}
PETALUMA. Oct. \ 3.— The - w/»ek opens with
the • price ' of ' eggs quoted one cent .; lower than
the closing s days <of last week. After receipt
of quotations from the San Francisco dairy ex
change today, the Petaluma egg - exchange paid
44 cents for first grade. <Tbe demand is good.
Quality fair. The- best grade *la sought for
hatching purposes. The hatcheries are accept
ing many orders for immediate delivery Inde
pendent dealers and speculators paid 41 to 3*>
cents, according to grade. Rain Is setting la
with promise of a storm. A good wet;tiiJ? w °aja
be beneficial, starting natural green reed. Gra-n
remains high. . .
SANTA CRUZ. Oct 3.— The pricu demanded
for eggs ranged from 42c to 43c per dozen for
firsts. . The top notch retail price was 33c per
SANTA ROSA. Oct. 3.— There was « slight
decline In the local egg market today oa receipt
of adrices from the morning session of the San
Francisco dairy produce exchange. Tbe price*
dropped from 44c to 43c cash for choice aaa
from 41c to 40c for seconds. There Is no ap
parent reason for the decline, as the sapplr »
Tery light and. the demand strong.
Potatoes, Onions and VejretaWe*
The market was overstocked wita tomatoes
again yesterday, nearly 3.000 boxes coaing _a
orgr Sunday on top of a heavy carryover, xne
market was relieved somewhat by the canners.
one concern takins about 1.500 boxe» at 30c a
box. ' Prices la tbe remilar trade were irregular.
all receivers being willing sellers at concessions.
Quotations for the other vegetables showed
little • change, stocks of everything beiag well
np to requirements. The onion market was Era
at rising prices, while potatoes were in fieuTT
supply and merely steady as to values.
Potatoes— River whites. 63@90e per ctl; Sali
nas Bnrbsnks,- [email protected] per ctl; sweet pota
toes, [email protected] per ctl.
Onions — New yellow. $1.05^>1.15 per CtL
Vegetables— Green corn. $1.50@2 per sack:
tomatoes, 20@40c per box; green peas. 3gsc per
lb; string beans. 3@6c per lb: Hnia beans. 2V»@
3c per lb: summer squash, 65<355e per box: ess
plant, 40@50c per box: green peppers. 40«, xv
per box; garlic. 2%©3% c per lb; cabbage. Ortc®
$1 per ctl; cucumbers, 50@75c per box: cauli
flower. 50©80 c p«r dozen: turnips. 63@73c per
sack; carrots. 65@75c per sack; green okra. 35
©40e per box. •
Deciduous and Citrus Fruits
There was not much Ufa to C&e- market for
fresh fruits yesterday and in the absence of im
portant business prices for nearly everything on
the list lacked flrmjiess. Receipts of peaches
from state points were lfsht, but the market
was well supplied with Salways from Oreson.
two ears coming to band. Table grapes wer*
in burdensome supply and values for everything
except the seedless variety were weak and un
sustained. There was a fair Inquiry for win»
grapes of good Quality, while Inferior stock was
neglected. Nutmeg melons continued to come
forward freely aad th« best selections were
readily disposed of at satisfactory prices. Ap
ple* were plentiful and easy and th» same was
true of late orchard fruits.
Strawberries — -14@5 per chest.
Raspberries — $4(^6 per chest.
Huckleberries— 3@7c per lb.
Cranberrlw— Coos bay, $3@4 per box; Cape
Cod, $5.50@9 per bbL
Apples (per box) — Fancy 4 tier.red. 90c@$l-23:
do 4% tier. 63@S5c; Belleflower. 75@90c; choice
fruit. 35@60c.
Pears — Winter Nellla. $l@l-25 pcx box; cook-.,
ing varieties. 50<3575c per box.
Quinces — 75c^$l per box.
Peaches — 50@83c per box.
Plums — Late red. 50@75c per box.
Figs — 50@85c per box.
P«rslmmons — $101.25 per box.
Pomegranates^ — 75c<2 11.50 per box.
Melons — Nutmeg melons. 50@S5c per box; wa
termelons, $1ig1."5 per dozen.
Grapes — Crates. 75@S5c for Isabella and 40@
60c for other varieties: small boxes. 35ig3»V:.
large boxes, mnscat. 60@S5c: tokay. 40@6r.»;A
seedless, $1(91.15; black. 4O<S<soc; wine grapw.
$10@15 per ton.
Citrus Fruits (per box) — Valencia orange*.
$3.751t 4 for fancy. $3<g3.50 for choice and $1.50
@2 for standard; grapefruit. $3<ZJ3.50 for seed
less and [email protected] for common; lemons. $5:33.53
for fancy. [email protected] for choice and $2.50<g3
for standard; Mexican limes, $6.50@7.
Tropical Frults^ — Bananas, 75ciQ!$>.75 per banca
for Hawaiian and Mexican. S2@3 for Central
American; pineapples, $1.5002.50 per dozen.
Dried Frultn. Raisins. Nuts and Honey
New Tork mail advices say of that market:
"There continues a firm feeling in California
prunes, with no pressure to sell for shipment
from the coast. Stocks on the spnt here are in
small compass and ftnnly held, bat there doea
not appear to be much demand at present.
Apricots are quiet, but the supply In first hands
Is pretty well cleaned- up and the market has a
strong tone. There seems to ba le*s anxiaty on,
the part of coast shippers of peaches to secure
orders from eastern buyers, but there has beea
no recovery from the recent decline in f. o. b.
prices. Both apricots and peaches on the spot
are slow of sale and prices are somewhat nom
inal."
Fruits— Evaporated apples, 7®7%c; fancy. 8c:
apricota. ll@13c: fancy Moorparks, 13%Q14c:
peaches, 5%@6%c; fancy. 7@Sc; prunes. 4%<9
6%c to growers, with l%e premium Cor 30s and
%c premium for 40s: figs, 4%@4%c for black
and 5Q«%c for white; pears. 7%@12c.
Raisins — N>w crop layers, dnsiers— <J down.
$2.50; 5 crown. $2; 4 crown. $1.60; 3 crowa.
$1.25; 2 crown. $1.13: seeded. 5%<2«%c f«
choice and 6%c for fancy; Thompson's seedless.
5%55%c for unbleached and 7%c for bleached:
loose muscatel, 4 crown, S^c; 3 crown. 3c; 4
crown, 4%e; seedless. 3%@4%c; new raisins,
3%@4c in sweatbox at Fresno.
Nnts— Almonds, nonpareils, 16% c: IXL. 13% c;
ne plus ultra. 14% c; peerless, 13% c: Drakea.
13c; languedoca. 12c: nardshell. B%c; shelled
almonds. 29® 32c; new walnuts, 15c per lt> for
No 1 softshells. 14c for No. 2 do: hardshell,
lie; pecans. 14%@15c: peannts. 4%©5 c: otn»
nuts. lS@2oc; Callforxda eheatauts. 10@12o
PC Honey— Water white comb. 16(217c: white do.
12@12%c; amber do. 10@llc: ex&acted. B%®3<i
for white*. 7@Sc for light amber and s%®a^a
per lb for amber. _«,A-
Beeswax— 27% @3oc per lb for llsat aad 22&
28c for dark.
Poultry and Game
Four cars of western poultry reached" ta<»
market yesterday and went on sale. The re
ceivers reported a good demand for fat. heavy
hens, while young chickens, which formed a
large percentage of the receipts. wer« Inclined
to drag. Price* for domestic stock were largely
nominal, there being hardly anything received.
Nearly 300 sacks of wild duefc and other gam*
that had accumulated on the wharves over Sua
day were marketed yesterday. Ducks showed
effects of the hot weather and prices were low
and Irregular In consequence. Tbe prices quoted
represent average retuxnf. m.m .^ mm^. „
Poultry (per dozen) — Hen*. $5<K5.50 for small.
$6.50<a7.50 for large and $3@lo for «tra:
young roosters. $6Q7: do extra. $7.50<a5.50: old
roosters. [email protected]: fryers, $5<S«: broilers, $3.30
@4 for large. $3.25<33-30 for medium and|3 toe
small: ducks. $6@10: Disreons. $1.3001.73:
squabs. $2.50@3; geese. $2@3 per patr; spring
turkeys. 25@27c per lb. -\u0084»,, , n
Game (per doz)— Mallard flacks. f3@4 ; so|
sprig. $2@3: teal. $1.50@2: widgeon $1.50@2;
xnoonbllls, |[email protected]: -gray geese. $4.50; hare, •
$1.73@2; cottontail rabbits. $2.50.
Beans and Seeds
No further change in beans was reported yes-
(per cUV-Bayos, $4.75^5; amaD white.
$3.70(83.85: large white, [email protected]; pink. $5@
5 25- red. $3^.50: blackeyes. $5®5.25^ Mma.
[email protected]; red kidney*, nominal: cranberry
beans; ; gurvaazas, [email protected]; horse beans,
$1 75@2.
Seeds— Brown mustard. 4%c: yellow mustard.
- fiaxseed. 5@5%e: canary. *%@3%c: •*•
falfa. 14@15c: rape? l@2%c: timothy, T%CI
hemp. 3©3% c; mUlet. 2%c per lb.
Dried Peas— Green. $2.75©3 per ctL
Flour and Farinaceous Goods
Flour— California family extras, |5.60@6 net
without discount: bakers* extras. $5.60<g8; «»P«*
fine, [email protected]; Oregon and Washington, P«*
bbl. $4.50®5.0S for family bakers' airi P»t»Sf
and [email protected] foe cutoff; Kansas patents. W.«'|
do straights. $8.50: Dakota patents. »7.40; *1*
straights. $7.20: do clear. $6.60 per boL '
Farinaceous Goods— Buckwheat flour. $4.20:
buckwheat flour, self raising. $5: Dock-wheat
groats. $8: corn meal, yeUow $3. white $3. ext. a
cream yellow $3.23, extra cream white $3.23:
corn flour. $3; cracked wheat. $3.30: entire wheat
flour $3.20: farina. $3.C0: graham flour. $3:
hominy, large $3. small $3. granulated W: oat
meal. $425: do groats, $4.25: pearl barley, $4.20.
rice flour. $6: rolled oats, $4.23; rolled*^
$3.30: rye flour, $3.25: rye meal. $3.10; spUt
ptas. yeW $6. xreen $6.50t extra cr««n» rolled
oats, ISO lbs $7.50. 90 lb «ack» $7: P^led flakeji^
ISO lb bbls $5.75, 2 90 lb sacks $3^; tolled
wheat. 150 lbs $4.75. 75 lb sacks $4.25.
Hay and Feedstuff*
Stocks of bran in San Frnncisco and othe?
regular warehouses October 1 were IS tons.
aralnst 250 tons September 1. These figure*
illustrate th« present scarcity of bran. Receipts
In September w?«» 436 toD*.
Receipts of hay In S*ptemberwere 22 412 tons,
against 2*,716 In August. The market roles
steadr and unchanged.
Bran— s29@3o per ton.
Middlings— «34@36 per ton.
ghort»— J3o«32 per ton.
Feeds tuSa — Rolled barley. $22.50tf£24.50: rolled
•ats for feed. *20«3l; mixed feed, $25@28 for
•reraze Icta: Uosaed oilcake meal. 20 tons $40.
10 tons $40.50. 5 tons S4l. smaller lots 341.50:
eocoanut cake or meal at mills. $23.50 tn 20 and
10 and $23 in 5 ton lets; Jobbing. $23.50; corn
meal. $36@3T: cracked corn. $36@37; alfalfa
meal, carload lots $17. Jobbing $1$; red star al
falfa meal. $17 In car lots and $18 Joboing; Mo
desto alfalfa meal. $17 to car lots and $13 lob
bing; Stockton mealfalfa. $17 in ear lots and $13
jobbing; Caproco oilcake meal. $1A.50 pet toa*
calfalfa. $10 In car lots and $20 Jobbing
Hay — Ordinary wheat. 57312.50; choice. $t3a
14: wheat and oat. [email protected]; tame oat. $7<Q
11.30: volunteer wild oat. $6.50<g9; alfalfa $r
@13: stock hay. $3(88.50 per ton.
Straw— 33®Boc per bale.
Bides. Tallow. Wool and Hops »<\u25a0„
Hides — Culls and brands sell about 44<31ltS
under quotations; heavy salted steers. \u25a0 3i.cA
light medium. 9%c; light. cowhide*? *£•
stags. 7c: salted kip. lOUjc: salted Teal 18c*
salted calf. 16c: dry hides, ISc; dry salt hides*
13c;. dry kip. 17c; dry calf. . 23c7 •teeprttnl'
shearlings. 23©4Qc each; short wool.. 40@70c:

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