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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
HILL TELLS PLANS
OF BIG BOND ISSUE
All of Securities Needed for
Long Time Placed in
One Fund
Denial Made That His System
. Contemplates Entry Into
California .
PAUL SINSHEIMER
intimations that part of the new
$600,000,000 bond issue authorized by
the Hill lines was to be ilevot«d to ex
tensions into California have met with j
prompt denial. It has been stated upon
different occasions thai the invasion of j
the Southern Pacific's territory was one
Of Use pet projects of Hill himself.
When announcement was made last
week in New. York that the big bond
issue hail been determined upon. Hill
was asked if some part of the $270.
--000,000 above the sum required for re
funding; purposes was to be used for
more lines on the Pacific coast. --r,:r>j
"What do we want with more lines"''
he asked. "We are not going to build
Into California." He is o.uoted fur
ther:
"By arranging for all the bonds now
* may be needed for a long time, a
number Of different classes of securi
ties is avoided. instead of having a \
number of small Issues of bonds, all
Will be placed in a single issue."
Hill commented upon the fact that
during the 32 years of the road's exist
ence $300,000,000 had been expended on
new construction, while provision had
been made for only $270,000,000 for the
next 50 years.
Unusual Interest has for the moment
been centered upon western railroad
aecurities by reason of the compreheiv
slve financial plans of the Hill lines
and the successful sale of '$25,000,000
first and refunding mortgage 4 per cent
bonds of,the Oregon-Washington rail
road and navigation company. Half of
these bonds were offered abroad and
half in New York. They were heavily
oversubscribed.
The Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget
Pound railway company, also classed as
4. Pacific coast enterprise, has received
authorization from its stockholders to
increase its capital stock from $100,
--000,000 to $200,000,000.
The comptroller of the currency has
strongly urged a system of clearing
house examination, such as obtains in
San Francisco, for all reserve cities;.
This fact is_set forth in the June letter
of the National City bank of New York,
which is In part as follows:
On April 28. 1909, the latest date
for which complete figures are -
available, the banking power of the
United States (all banks) was fig
ured by the comptroller's office to be
$20,864,369,146. Of this vast total.
63 per cent, or something more
than $11,000,000,000. was in , the '
central reserve and reserve city .
banks. More than one-fourth of
the banking power of the country
as a whole, or $5,613,000,000, was
lodged in the central reserve cities
alone. New York. Chicago and St.
Louis, and more than another one
fourth, or $5,459,000,000. was rep
resented by the banking strength
of the 47 reserve cities. The total
of Individual deposits subject to
call (all banks) in 1909 was $7,897.
--000,000. Of these deposits 63 per
cent was held In the central re
serve and reserve cities, some
$2,294,000,000, or 29 per cent of the
whole, being lodged in the banks
of the three central reserve cities.
and 24 per cent, or $1,881,000,000,
; in. the banks of the reserve cities.
Loans and discounts of all banks'
at that time aggregated $9,924,000,
--000, of which the central reserve
city banks held $2,534,000,000, or
> 25.54 per cent, while the reserve
I <ity banks held $2,397,000,000. or
24.15 per cent, making; nearly 50
•,r>er cent of all loans and discounts
•• In the United States held by the
i-entral reserve and reserve city J
, banks. •
• The comptroller feels that In these .
figures, showing that one-fourth of
total resources, individual deposits
and loans, in the United States is
centralized It) 17 reserve cities,
there is a strong argument for the
adoption of the best method of ex
amination and supervision which
has yet been developed in the his
tory of banking. Wherever - the
plan has been tried It' has Invari
ably worked without .friction, and
I iss vastly improved banking in
the centers where It lias been used.
Centralized control under the plan
of self-Inspection, which* results
from examination under clearing
house jurisdiction, has been proven
* superior to the unit plan of ex
aminations, which must necessar
ily be followed by national or state
bank examiners.
The Comstocks gave another spec
tacular exhibition yesterday when,
•with Mexican In the lead, a general
upward movement was recorded. The
stocks were stronger at the opening
snd heavy gains were registered in
the principal issues. .Mexican, ad
vanced • sharply under heavy trading,
gaining nearly 50 points. After oc
casional recessions during the trading
It braced and renewed its spurt, clos
ing under good demand. .
On the stock and bond "exchange
Northern California power cave,] again,
following a series of long slides. It
broke nearly two points at the open
ing, selling at $50.60. It touched an
even 50 and closed at the opening
quotation. • Association was-a trifle
weaker and Spring Valley was buoy
ant in ton". - -;
j . New York Stock List *|
E. F. Mutton 4 Co., 490 California street, mem
ber* of the 1 New York stock exchange, furnish
the following lilt of bond and stock sales yes
terday : ■ ■. /'••••"■
Sales I STOCKS | High! Low : Bid | Ask
Allis Chalmer* ...I ..( B*4 .94
..:.. I Do pfd 314 324
9,»00!Am»Ig Copper.'.:. 08% «7% 034 684
I,9oo]Amer. Beet Sugar 53% 534 M . 534
I Do pfd i 9R«4 994
1.200 Amer Can C 0.... 114 114 114 12 ,
1,9001 :■' Do pfd 87% 86% 874 87*4
Am Car * Foun. 584 56 56 , 56*4
.. J iiif Do PM-•"•■ • • *•'• • "• ■ ... 1194 120
2.000 Amer Cotton Oil. I 35*4 634 544 55
••••J" Do pfd.. 1 99 l 102
..... Amer Hide* L.. ..... .....['44 44
.:... Do pfd .. ..... 234 j 244
700 Amer Ice Sec*... 2: 204 20% 21
;..".'. Amer Unseed. . ..,:. .'...-. 11 | 114
....'... j Dopfd.... 314 82'
300 Amer 1/womotive.j 41 41 41% 42
100 Do pfd......... 1004 1094 109 no
American Malt... ..... ....A 44 5
'.•".r..". ' Do pfd.. . 344 38
.-..000 Am Smelt A Ref. 81% SO4 -814 81%
.......! Do pfd; : : :... 1024 108
100 Amer Sugar...... 11*4 110% 1194 120
Do pfd......... ..... ..... 117 " 119%
|*V*.T::,.lAmer Steel Finn ..... ..... 414 43.■
14.300jAmer Tel A Tel.. 132% 151 • 151% 152
300 Do pfd.. 074 97*4 07 97%
100! Amer W001en.... 134 34 36' 364
....... I Do pfd ; ...:'. 94 9.-.
--::...:r.]Aaaconda'> :..'...*. ..T.; ..:••. 89% 40%
(Associated 0i1...; .;:.:.'..'.•. 51 53
400 Allan Coast Line 129 11284 1284 1294
17,800 A T A Santa Fe. 116% 115% 1164 l 116%
$001 Do pfd.'..'...'... 104% 104% 104% 104%
3.100 Baltimore A Ohio! 108% 107% 108% 108U
......; Do pfd.;.: ..... 884: 894
.....'.: Bethlehem Steel.. :..;. :.... 33- 334
...:... Do pfd...'...... .....,.:.; '63 63*4
-12.7f108 T..:.......'.{82% 81% 82, 824
Can»dl»a, Pacific. 2.V04 2374 2384 238%
Mr* 0.V.1. 854 83 I 85% 85%
100! C A A........... 130 -f-30 . 26 30
--; I.OOOC W.....:.;., 24', 24 24% 24%
i *. v ---- Do pfd .:. ......;... ,46 . 47
1 MKi.CiXW.. |HB% UTT4 145% 149 :
LIVELY BUYING
BOOSTS STOCKS
NEW YORK. June 7.— spirit
ed buying movement toward .the
close of a day of listless trading
on the stock exchange caused a
sudden - advance in prices to a
point well above yesterday's
close. ' ' • ■"■",•. ■«
During; most of the day : the
market showed the effect of the
depression which set In early in
the week and stocks moved slow
ly within a narrow range. There
was a gradual Increase in
strength," however, and toward the
end of the day trading was the
liveliest of the week.
The strength of the Hill stocks
was so I pronounced as to attract
much attention; The stocks I rose
to new high prices for the year,
following their recent series of
advances. > Great Northern pre
ferred gained more than three
points 1 and Northern Pacific . two.
The movement gave rise to re
ports that plans of great im
portance were under considera
tion by the management of these
roads. ."• .
The Erie issues also showed
substantial gains throughout the
day. United States steel showed
_th* effect of persistent pressure,
although it more than recovered
Its loss In the final rally.
Heavy buying, of the "Wabash
Pittsburg terminal bonds contin
ued. The demand for this secur
ity has been, so steady of late as
to evoke many surmises as to its
source. - .> - ' ,
Bonds were firm. Total sales
(par value), $414,000. '.;,.-;m-,;
.NEW.YORK. June 7.— E. F. Hut
ton & Co.'s wire says: "The stock
market was dull today, but showed
greater resistance to selling- pres
sure than It has In the last few
days. Traders sold steel aggres
sively in the morning on the re
port that the government would
Institute criminal proceedings
against Its officers under the Sher
man act, but the stock was so
well supported that not much-lee
way was made by the bears.. It
is generally believed that the steel
corporation has little to fear from
the Stanley Investigation and that
the large holders of the stock are
more Inclined to buy than sell at
present. The reaction seems to
have . about run its course and
operators expect to see the ad
vance resumed this week, possi
bly tomorrow after the govern
ment report on grain is published.
The report is expected to be fav
orable and should stimulate ac
tivity in the stock market." • •
New York Stock Continued
Sales | STOCKS |Hlgh[ Low | Bid [ Ask
12.600 C M k St P 128 1120% 127% 12*
I Do pfd I 153 155
1.200 Centra! Leather.. 321« 31 Vi 32V» 32
200 Do pfd.. 103% 1031? IKIU, 104
[Central of N J... ."....! 280 200
:.ccc*stL... ;.......„ i 57 I 63
Do pfd -.v I 95 H 100
30« Oil no Copper .'..-. 23", 23% 23»iT 24
200jCoIo Fuel & Iron. 341, 34', 84« 34%
Do pfd 110 125
...iColum HC k 1.. ...'.'.. ..:.. |'h
300 Colorado Southern 56 56 " s«i, S6U
300 •Do Ist pfd..... 80 ; 79%' so 87
....... Do 2d pfd....:. 75 77
1.800 Copsolld«ted Ga*.. 148 147', 148 148U
Corn Product* [ | ;.. ils i.^
• Do pfd ............. ; ..... 8314 £4\
son Del A- Hudson.... 173*4 172-. 172'- 173*.
Plii TV son . 365.
500D4RG... .. ! 3l* 4 31 3f 31-.,
_ 600 Do pfd,. ... 6914 69 m Rfi*,
Diamond Match 95 100
800 Distilling Secur... 37*4 •">■">» 37U 37*4
'■'ilntb S* A- A.. ..... ....* 14 I 15
Do pfd .....;....:., ..... 25 27
3.100 Erie 3514 3414 35% 35'
4.100 Do Ist pfd 54 V 53 V 54 V 54%
4.808 Do 2d pfd...... 44*4 44 ; 44H 45
. 900 c.»ner«l Electric. 1644 163', IR4V. 165
Coldfield Cons.... 6% a 6"" 6%
1.400 Great North Ore.. 63% 62% 61% «i%
29,500 Oreat North pfd.. 138% 135% 138% 138%
Illinois Central ...-. 140% 141
2.T00 Interboro Metro... 19% 19 19% 19%
2.500 Do pfd ...:.... 63% 62% 53% 63%
Inter Mer Marine 4% 4%
,P OIL M 17% 17%
Inter Paper...... ...11% 11%
« Do pfd j. ..... 49 I 49%
600IIater Pump...... 42% 41% 42% 42%
....... Do pfd I • s»i» 90
lowa Central. is , 18%
Do pfd ...-. 85 ! 36
600 X C Southern '35 34% 34% 88%
1.000 Do pf,, 69 jjjC 63 «9%
6.200 Lehigh Valley 180 .170 179% IKO%
I.SOML 4 N 151% 1501. 151 151%
Mackay .( » I 81
....... Do pfd 75% 76%
Manhattan ...... 138% 138% 138% 140
100 Mexican Central.. 304 30% 80% 31%
500' MSt P4S SM. 138 137 1.38 138%
I Do pfd 150 153
1,800 Mo Kin 4 Texas; 36% 36 36% 36%
Do pfd 69 68% 67 . 67%
15,000 Missouri P»clfic. 52 50% 51% 52
--100 National Lead 36% 56% 56*. 57
Do pfd „ 107% 108%
National Biscuit.. .;. 183 136
•• Do pfd......... „... ..... 128 128%
SI Alt Brake.. 72 71
2,100 New York Central 110% no 110% 110%
STCaStI ' 88l «0
Do Ist pfd 102 107
Do 2d pfd 84 DO
....... NYN H A ...■ J..... 144% 146 £!
1.500 N V Oat 4 W... 44 | 4314 43% 43%
900. Nevada Cona.V... 19% 19% 19% 19%
800 Norfolk 4 ».e*t..|lt*% 108% 108% 108%
Do pfd 9.1 92
INorth American..! ;... 75*1 76
80,700' Northern Paciac..ll3C% 133% 136% 188%
Omaha j 139 - 145'
Do pfd ...(..'. 155 MO
• J Paclflc Coast |...,.1 ;98 103
aOOiPaclflc Mali. 127-26 26% 27%
1.000 Pacific T* T Co.. I 50% 50 80% 50%
I Do pfd .... I .',.;: 93 i 98
»>.7oi.i-Peaß R R C 0.... 124% 128%' 124% 124%
800 People* G»«:.... 106% 106% 106% 107
1.600 Pittsburg C0a1..; 22% 22% T.fi, 22%
6.2001 Do pfd..... 87% 87 87% 87%
■• P 0 C * St I. leu, **
■•■■„--\ n J > *> vti.....:.:: k,s 113
300 Pressed Steel Car 37 38% 88% 87
•••••^•L Do i ,,d ' •■ 100% 101
600 Ray Cons 17% 17% 17% 17%
300Ry Steel Spring* 37*, 37 37 37%
38,900' R*«ding ..;...... 161 150% 1 160« 160%
Do Ist pfd... •-• ■■■■■ **% 89*
....... Do 2d pfd 98 ps
...... Republic s 4 1 30% 30%
■.SSL"?.p/? a-- fi4^ M1 * n,, J »'•
6.800 Rock Island Co.. 33% 33% 33% 33%
300U, D0 gl-:-;-A-- '•■''> 65« 85% 65%
Sloes SS 4 1 Co. . .«... M 51
....,..( Do pfd.".-....... .."...i. .-- luit
.'• BtL A- SP Ist pfd ...J.;.-.. 67 i 68V
....;.. Do 2d pfd 7. .; . 46% 48%
. v .. t ;5t145V.....,;:-:::: gg g^
j Do pfd.,....;., .......... 69': I 70
T.OOOSonthern Pacific 121 . 120- 120% 121%
1,?2J!! Soil tn"?. I*™* 20%' 29% 29% ! 29%
100 Do pfd ........ .69% 69 ' 69% «,;
VRooTVtT7r»»see Copper. ! 40% 39% 39% 40%
1.700 Texas Paclflc I 29% 20 20%: 29%
Third Aye . . .- 11V 11*
500'Tol St 1, 4 W.... 22% 22% 21% 22>x
2or, no-M ... 01% 51% 50 81*
Twin City RT..;. ..... ..... 109% 110%
I nion Bag AP... ... 7* JJ' *
33,200 Union Pacific..... 187% 185% 187% 187%
....... Do ( r fRo,s'F:::::::::::ii:{ S*
....... Enltedß of SF ; 41 4*^
....... Do pfd ...,.-., T1 72
C S Cast Iron P.. ..:.. .::.-. 17% iru
3 J?",. Do pfd 50%: 58% 58« 50%
' SO.IT- S Rubber ' 41% 41% 41% 41%
.......|. Do Ist pfd.......:. 4 .?!* „3H IHL
300 . Do 2d pfd ' 77% 77 '77 " 77t2
74.1001u 8 Steel C0r.... 78 ": 76% 77% 78
1.9001 Do pfd ....'.... 118%-118% 118% ÜB%
1.300 Utah Copper 47% 47% 47% 47S
' 2.200-Va-Car Chem Co.. 60 59 59%" r , ST '
.....'.. Do pfd ;..... ' ...123-127
. Wabash ....17% 16% 17 17%
3,700 Do pfd ........ J 88% 38 ' 38% 382
....... Well* Fargo F.x..'...:* ..... 173 , : -%
4.2001 Western Un10a.... 82% 82 82% 1 8"*;
l,4oojW*»tiDghouse .... 76% 76% 76 I 76%
Western P«e!fle., 1... .1.. .1 17 „] *
700 We»t Maryland...! 61% 61 «i% f w «
...V...1W 4 L 8..-.*..... ! 42 : r ,P
- Do Ist pfd..'..; ! ..... I ..r.. jl6 17
.......I Do 2d pfd...... I j .«.: I a
200 Wisconsin Cent..' 68%' 68% 68%' 70
475,100 —total shares sold. :. ,
.■."■'..'. Xierr. York Bond*
U S ref 2s reg..loo*4ilnt Met 44* .... 794
Do-coupon 100*4 lat Mer M*r-44«67%
Do 8* reg.;.... 1014 Japan' 4* ..'.:..*.88*i
Do coupon ....10141 Do 44* ....;... 04*4
£* 4* reg......114 „ [Kan City So Ist 3* 73%
Do coupon ....1144L Shor deb 4*.193 l 03«
Allls-CaaiVUt 6*. 784 LAN unified 4. 9sTj
Amer Agrienl 55,101S M, X * Tex lit 4s 974
Amer TAT cv 45.U24 Do gen 44* - 87
Amer Tobacco 4s. 88*; 'Mo Pacific 4* '■ '7*
Do«*-. 1034 Do cv 5* . '.'. " ]93 :
Atroonr 44* .... 924 N R of Mcx 44.. 924
Atch gen 4. .... 99 N T C gen 84*.. 88
On cv 45...... 110 I Do deb 4* ..;{.iß3e»
. „'° 'J, 6*;.. »164-'}Tl',NHft Hcv 6*.132%
AtUaiC L Ist 4s 054 Nor k W l»t con 4* OS
Bait A• Ohio 45.. ostf Do c" 4* .1084
sa;i!L."'*""5 a;i!L."'*"" 92*. Nor Pacific 45...'. 994
Do'S.W 34* • 914! Do 3* .r...-*v7i^
Brooklyn Tr cv .4* 864;0 S , line fdg 4*. 944
Central = of»Ga ss. 108 IP* ct 34* 1915, 974
Cent Leather 5* . 09% Pa; con 4* '-.tr.-.v.lOsS
CRR of NJ gn < s*. 122** Reading gen 4* .. 98
Che* A Ohio 44*101% St LA 8 Pfg 4*. 814
-Do reL 5* ;....-. 964 Do' gen ;6* ......00-
Chi * Alton 34*- 68*. gt L" S W eon 4*. ,70*:
C. B A Q joint 4s »7&»; Doilit gold 4s. . 024
Do gen 4* :..".. 964 Seaboard A f. 4*.;.79%
CM* Stp gn 34* 02% So Paciflc'.col 4*.. 93
C.RI* P«c;col -4* 75*4 Do cv 4* .... 90
Do refdg .... 89%| Do Ist ref 45.. 934
Colo.lndns 5*. .'...76 So Railway 55..f.1084
Colo Midland to., 64 . 1- Do gen 45:..'... 794;
THE SAN: FRANCISCO CALL. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1911
Further Rise in Mexican' Stock;
Power and Associated Oil Lower
Col So rAext 4%s 88%! Union' raclflc 45..101%
Del & Hud cv 100 I Do cv 4- 100%
Den A Rio Q 4s. 93 I Ho Ist & ref 4s. 97%
Do ref 5* 91 JUS Robber Us.. 104%
Distillers 5s . 70% I 8 Steel 2d .'•*.. 105*%
Erie prior lien 4*. K7% Va Car (hem 55.. 100%
Do gen 4« .:'.. 77}, Wabash Ist '5* 10S%
Do CV 4s, aer A Mi, | 1.. Ist A- cxt 4s. 69%
Do cv 4a, ser B 76% Western Md 45... 87%
Ren Elect cv 55..164 | Westing El cv.ss. 93 ■•
11l C«u Ist ref 4s. 97 I Wis Central it... '.«%
New York Mining Stocks
Alice ... :■:.'..':.."'. 2.2.". Lit tie Chief ..... 03
Com Tunnel Stock 30 Mexican • ...,3.63
Com Tunnel Bonds in Ontario 1.25
ton Va Mm Co.. l.n.Vophlr ....... . 1.90
Horn . Silver .. 23: Standard 1.00
Iron Silver 1.251 Yellow Jacket ... 50
Leadvtlle Con... 10 -; ; .
Sew York Curb Stock* - -
NEW YORK. June 7.— E. W. flutton A Co.'*
wire aays: "Trading was dull and some of the
stocks were Ist lee* during the whole fire hours'
session. . American Tobacco and i Manhattan
Transit were strong. Inspiration advanced to
8%.' The Porcupines showed some activity early
in the day. but later.became dull. Manhattan
Transit sold at 2%. Tobacco- ran up to 424.
Standard Oil sold ft. 890- on 132. shares..: Cop
pers were quiet. Blrooa advanced fractionally
at the close.' Market closed dull."
Bid. Ask. - Bid. Art.
Amer Too . .420 425 :Tri Bullion... % %
Braoen ..... 4% 4% United Cop .. 3% *
Brit. Oolum.. 5% 5% Do pfd ... 14 - 18.
Bte Coalition 19% 20 Yukon 3% 4
Chi Subway.. 4 4% Ely Con 7-16 %
Cons Aria ..13-18 1% Mason Val .. 9% 9%
Dolores ..... 5 « N'ev Hills. .8 1-16 3 3-16
Davis Daly.. 114 1% Nev Utah ..11-16 13-16
El Kayo ... 3 4 So Utah .... % 1
Fly cent ... 1 3 Keyitone ..2 15-16 3 1-10
First Jlatnl.. 1«, l*i|lron Blossom . 135 140
Olroux . 7 "7% [Colorado ' -".0 52
Florence .. . 1% 1% Sioux COO .. 33 83 I
Greene Can.. 7% 71 5 He out 6% 65-10
Gug Express. 198 202 Fraction 7 9
Inspiration .. 8% Ba4.Ju.mbo Ex .. 28 30
Inter Rub .. 26% 27 iTuolumne ... 4% 4%
Kerr Lake .. B*2 6 (West Pac .17 21
I-a Rose ... 4% 4%|McKlnley ...l»i 1 13-16
Mines of Am 5% 5% Tonopnh ..... 0% 5%
Montg Sho... 3 5 Palmer Oil .17-16 1%
Nlplsslng . . 10% 10%(Old Belmont.. 15) , 10 .
Ohio ....... 1% 1 11-ieiDobte .... 4 4 1-10
San Toy ... 24 30 Holllnger ... 12% 13
Standard 011.645 651 Istewart 1 11-16
Sup A Pitts. 17', 18 'Verde ....... 1% 1%
Bnstoa Stocks)
BOSTON. June 7.— E. F. Hntton A Co.'s wire
says; , "In spite of reaction In early dealings
In New York. Boston showed firm undertone.
In the afternoon activity was resumed ln cer- |
tain specialties, with resulting gains. Franklin,
and Like were the strongest . Issues. The East
Butte report waa very favorable, and this stock
Weals' sell higher If it were not for the uncer
tainty as to how the Indebtedness for the Pitts
mont property Is to be met. ■•-•'■ ■ ■■<
•"The annual report of the Butte Coalition
mining company, which ha* Just been Issued.
for the year ending December 31 shows net in
come of $938,258. which, added to tbe balance
December 31. 1909. of $143,613, gives the total
of $1,081,870. There were paid In dividends
$1,000,000, leaving the surplus $81,870. -'- In
addition to this the cnmpanr lias cash In banks
and on hand of 783.773." ■ •
The following list is furnished by E. F. Mut
ton A Co., 490 California street. San Francisco:
Bid. Ask. | Bid. Ask.
Allooex 32 33 1 Old Dominion. 47% 47%
Adventure .. 7 7'J Osceola 103 104
Arcadian ... 4 4% OJihwar 8 814
Art* Com .. 17% 17 Parrot .. 12", 13%
Atlantic 6% 8 Qulncy ;. 72 73
AP .. . 5 3%ishannon 11 % 11%
Do pfd ... 17 17% Santa Fe ... 1% 1%
Balaklala ... $ . s'* United Shoe., 52% 52%
Bte Coalition 19%- 20% ; Do pfd ... 28 2«%
Osl & Aria.. 62% «2 l- Roper & Bost 6% 6%
"entennlal .. 13 13% Super & Pitt* 17% IT*,
foppr Range 61% 83 gaper Cupper. 34 S3
Daly West... 13% 5% Tamarack ... 3-' 37
East Butte.. 13% 13ii Trinity 4% 4%
Franklin .... 12% 13 US Mining.. 87 37%
•ranby 87% 37%( Do pfd ... 47"; 48
Hancock .... 28% 20 '(Utah Apex .. 3*2 3
Helvetia .... 1% l%|Ut*h Copper.. 10% 19%
Isle Royals.. 18% 18% T'tah Con* .. 47% 48
Indiana ..... 15% 18*4 ' Victoria 1% 2
Kerr Lake .. 5% 6 Wolverine ...112 113
Keweenaw .. 2 2%!Wyandotte .. 1% 2
Lake Copper. 89 89-% I Winona 8% 8%
La Salle ... 4 4}4iOreen* can... 7% 7%
Mass Con -.6% 6%iGlronx 7% 7%
Mexico Cons. 1 3 ;Ray Con . . 17% 17%
Mich Mm .. 2' 4 2%!Algomab 9% 9%
Mohawk .... 48 49 IBos k Malne.lo9%llo
Newbouse ... 85 90 R..s & Albany.22l 221%
North Botte. 35*4 35%,80s Kiev .. .i2RUi2*-%
Nev Cons ..19% 19%! United Fruit. 193 194
North Lake.. 0% 9%!
* Boatoa Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Aril A Mich. 6 10 ,Keystone ..S 18-18 3 1-16
Ahmeek 170 ITS I Lire Oak 20% 21
Bohemia — 2% 3 Majestic .. ,88 62
Boston Ely.. 19-16 l%|Ma*on Val .. 9% -m,
fi/iaveras "... 1% 2 JNev Douglas. 2% 2%
Cactus 14 16 ' iOhk) 111-16 1%
Chief. Con*.. 11-16 l%lOneco ... 2% 2%
r'orbln ...... 3 3% Raw Coalition 5 7
Chemung 5% « Shattu.-k Aria 19% 19%
f'hinn 24: 24%|San Antonio.. — 3
Davis Daly..l-4 1 5-16] Sup & Globe. 5 10
Eagle A-RB 38 50 South Lake... 8 8%
Ely Witch... 3 3 (Verde IV 17-16
Inspiration .. 8% 0 ( -
• '.-_■*. Loudon limine Stocks
Cons for noaey.Bo 8-l6;lyonlsv & Nash. ...134%
Do, for sect. ..80 5-16' M. X & Texas 37%
Amal topper .... 69%'N* V Central .113
Anaconda St 4 Norfolk & West. ill-,
Atchison .119%! • Do pfd ..91
Do pfd-.-. 1071, Ontario & West... 44%
Bait A- Ohio. in (Pennsylvania .. 63%
Can Pacific 244% Rand Mines fi
Chcs & Ohio .. Bending .......... 82%
Chi Great West 25 (So Railway 30*4
hi. Mil A- st P.130%| Do pfd ........"Tt""
De Beers ... !'."-,«.. Pacific .'. 12:'."-.
Den A- Kin G .. 32%(Union Paclflc . ..cm.
Do pfd 71', Do pfd .97%
Erie 3.1 ,- S 5tee1........ 79
Do Ist jifd..... 55% Da pfd ..,i 122%
D" 2d pfd...... 4.V.,. Wshash 17%
Grand Trunk .... 28%| IHj pfd ; 39
111 Central -.145 |
Bar silver— Steady; 24 9-16 d per ounce.
Money—igi% per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills Is 2 per cent and for three months'
Mils 2 per cent, •
Condition of the Treasury
WASHINGTON, June 7. -At the beginning of
business today the condition of the United Stales
treasury waa:
Working balance in treasury offices, $24,433 -
051; In banks and Philippine treasury. $38,288]
-143: total balance in general fund, $86,069 933
--ordinary receipts, yesterday, $2,509,137; ordinary
disbursements. $2,930,370.
The surplus to date this fiscal year ls $8,638..
776. as against a deficit of $11,500,943 at this
time last year. "
These figures exclude Panama canal and public
debt transactions.
XewYork Money Market -
NEW YORK." June 7. —Money on call ateady.
2% 132% per cente» ruling rate, 9% per cent;
closing bid. 2% per cent; offered at 2% per
cent.' .■
Time loans, steady: 60 days. ;i>, riJ2\ per cent
-90 days, 2%Q3 per cent; 6 months, 3% per cent.
' Prime mercantile paper, 3% 134 per cent.
Sterling exchange • easy, with actnal business
in backers' bills at $4,842" for CO day bills and
at.54.8390 for demand. •>--•.■;;
Commercial bills. 84.88*4.
Bar silver. 5314 c
Mexican dollars. 4.1 c. >
' Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds, firm.
rblcauKo Dlseonnt Rate
CHICAGO. June 7.—Exchange on New York,
30c premium.
Rubber Dividend Declared -
NEW.YORK. June 7 Directors of the Rubber
Goods manufacturing company, a subsidiary of
the United States rubber company, today declared
a dividend of 1 per cent on the common stack.
Northern Business -'
TACOMA. June 7.—Clearings, $869,156- bal
ance*. $63,091. \
SEATTLE. June 7.-Clearing», $1,859,882: bal
ances. $221,871.
SPOKANE. June 7.— Clearing*. $810,506: bal
ances. $67,238. ■1 .. • , • ■, ~ - ..*•• „,■
PORTLAND,: June 7.—Clearing*, $2,000 893
--balances, $267,538. . • ;; '
. Loans. Exrhange and Silver
The Mongolia took out a treasure list of $81,
--040,* of which the Selby smelting and lead com
pany shipped $53,700 In silver bullion to Hong
kong, : the Wells 1 Fargo Nevada bank : $27,000 la
silver bullion to Hongkong and Well* Fargo ex
press company $340 in gold cola to Hongkong. -.
Commercial paper.."....:........5 fad per cent
Loans on real e5tate............ s<^i§7 percent
Sterling : exchange, 60 days ;:. — U4 .84%
Sterling exchange, sight „ — ©4.8614
Sterling »exchange.' cab1e5.......: —1*4.87';,
New York exchange, eight.'.'..'.." —@ .03,
New York exchange, telegraphic. — & .07',
Hongkong exchange,< sight ...... — .44%
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic. '~—*ti'. 44%
Silver, per 0unce.......... ,— % .53% '
Mexican -dollar*, n0mina1........ — ftii .50 - .-*
" V" CONTINENTAL
New York on Pari*..... ......r. 320
New York on Mexic0....:.............. 201%
Pari* on London 1. 25.30 -
BerlinjOa", London •."...."."....'.....:..... 20.43 ;
ill STOCK MARKET -.: T
♦.-_ .- ; —— _.^.
The active stocks yesterday were 'Associated
oil. Northern i California power consolidated and
Spring Valley water. '?- The latter wa* higher at
$58.50. ; buyer SO. »nd V 158.23 ; cash, i while the
two former , were . lower.. the oil stock J declining
to t $52.12% . and the ■ power J stock - declining •» to
$30. closing at.550.50. -.OnnmeA sugar was higher
at $44, .telephone preferred higher at $1)4.25 aad
City electric poo; certificates higher at $75.50.
sales of bonds continued 832,000.
STOCK AMD BOND EXCHANGE
WEDNESDAY. June 7—10:30 a. m.
1 XITBD STATES BONDS
. Bid. Ask.l - ; Bid. Asa.
4* qr cp new — U4%'3* or coup... 101% —.
"n^'l «-'MISCELLANEOUS BONUS
Ala nt™, 5- —' ._:ix El CO 5.*.. — —
Am. It El 55,, 94 __ |0 G.L&II 55.101%101%
Ass,, 'StS, £"• "^ — iOak Tl .. )n „ j OS _
Bay ( i'( 5,-1 M 102% oak Tran 55.103 --
S! ?i*-WH — IO 'l-ran In 5* - 108
Cal O & h g 9 Trac ,-„ „. 97% 98 .
m& rt ss. 180 100%;0 True Co 5s 90% MM,
£'} ■« C 55.101 0 W-gtd ss. 92 —
tnl yvlne s*. 94% — i<)m Cable 6*. — 106%
en Cfl r5, mi * ;< - *P«c «I" *»• M% —
tlty M la.. 91 hi 3, eRv 55..101%103
C C Wat ss. 06 fi7 iVat , rjtp (a. _ _
-.""L s mK"'s — 94 - Do ctd ta, — 99%
£5 El . I.A ss— 102 pa,- T&T ss. 99%1W>
Kd BUP (is lie, J,— ! P & C It Us. -— 102 .
OtiPt £ 4 %s S4 85 I» A- (I P. Be-100 -.
First ,? .T 1"08-100^ —' IPeople'a W0571%72
a* C Ijfis- — 102% Powell st B*.. 99 —
HC A- S .-.,.102 — -Sac EG&R55.102%103%
J 10" X 1 6s. 103 103% |S meg., b ss. — —
L rahoe Rss 97 M s J , L4P .-,..<..., —
L BeachCG6s.lOO%los Do Cor Ba,
rA. A*s. 58 - 97 —" I series A..101% '—"
LAG &Elss 97 — . g'p El Ry 6s — I 100
tDo (or SS.5 S . 90% _ ISF.O & 5.ir.5.103 —
LA 5 s*--I°B 107 I Do 2d m«s* 02% —
« Ih> Cor ss. 00%10O%; Do Con ss. 92% —
LA.L gtd 55.100 _ ,jij & SCR 4%, SS 90
I.AP 11?? ss. 103% _ -sierra R B*.. - 103%
LAP Lai 5*.._ 100 :S P of C 8*
Marin „^ SS/99. — I (1912) ...101% —
Mkt »t C 6s. — 102%jSPC leg 58.111% —
..I! 1' *258* — 97% VB R rls .127 128
MV* MITSS.IOO — SPUR Ist r4( 93% —
vat ma. C .** 92* i - l«tkn GeUC 8*,104 —
Ct 5 of 0 6*. 112 1124,18 V W g rag4s 02*4 83
5 c 5'^ 3,;- I°3^1 °3^ ~ IU (i * k ta. !>!»%100%
i; .. i, (n 5k — — 'I Bof SF 4s.
•> L P Cn us 03% 94%|VaI Co V ss. 99?i100%
... - „ WATER STOCKS
Marin to .. _ 60 IS V Wat Co. 58 58%
P«otj W pfd — _ j „.'■,
„,'. _„ <iAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS -
City Elec CO . -(ire W. L4P. 76 —
P°^, rtf!"- 7:,l i - I'a" I- Pfd...
City Elec 'Co ~ —■' I Da com ... 68% 72%
N Cal, Power 50% — j
■_' , , ' INSIiRAXCE STOCKS
Cal Ins Co.. 76 — :p t C Cas Co. 130 —
Flremn * Fd. — 250 |
»™ x-,, „■ BANK STOCKS
Am Ml Bk. - IST, : First Natal. .205 —
Anglo & Lon. — _ j Mer »l Bk. — 235
Bank of Ca1.204 207% Union T Co.. — —
.Cent Trust.. 120 _ 1
„ „ SAVINGS BANKS ; _• »., iV ;
<>er S 4 1..2810 2900 |Mut Say Bk. 60 73
Hum S 8k..124 188 [Sec Say 8k..320 —
r. v. ", Si'KEET BAILHOAI) STOCKS
California ..-— — '| presidio ..... 20 34
_ « . '. POWDER STOCKS"
Dml Pont pfd 97 — Giant Con „. 82 85
Do com .102% —, 4 =. -'.
_ „ SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 38% — jMakawell S 0 40% —
Honokaa SC 11 12 On-mea S C. 43% —
Hutch SPC 16 16%jPaauhau SC. 23% 24%
Kllauea SC. — 15 I Union 8 Co.. 83 88
, , ',' OIL STOCKS
Amal Oil.Co. 49 — 1 Union Prov .. — —
Asso Oil Co. 62% 52% I United Pet .. — • —
Palmer O"';-1^ 5 1.37U, Coast O pf — 101
Sterling oil.. — 1.7& Do com ... - —
Union. Oil ... — __ I _• -
.;'■■• MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska pA. 80% — p,,. A „j p a 2 3
S" X. C -*-..lflO% — |Pac C Borax. 132 —
C»l Win* pfd 80% — p Hr & V pfd 94 94%
Do c,. .. 65%— t I'" com ... — 51
M» 4; MtTm. — — Philip T IT- —
>> Ala* S C 0.105 „ I ,
' SALES '
Morning Session '
Board—
5 Alaska Packers* Assn ..,......' 89. •
50 Associated on Co „.62.50
40 Associate,] Oil Co. 52.37%
100 Makawell Sugar Co. .^ 40.50
l' N Cal Power Co Con. . . . .....50.50
10 Paclflc Tel A- Tel ipfd. 94.25
10 Spring Valley Water Co 58.25
7 Spring Valley Water Co 58.00
300 Spring Valley Water Co b 30.. 58.50
30 rnlon Sugar Co ........;... 35.00
13.000 Hawaiian Coml & Sugar 5s 102.25
$2,000 Ns'omas Cons of Cal 6« 92.25
$1,000 Pacific Electric By s*. ca5h....102.00 '
$2,000 Paclflc Tel 4 Tel" 5a 99.73
Street .
100 City Electric Co (pool ctfs).,.. 75.60
$4,000 N»toma» Con* of Cal 6*.. 92.25
■ Afternoon Session " . ■*- >■**'■
.--;*;-. - Bo ir fl : . "v...:
130 Associated Oil Co- 52.87%
188 Associated Oil Co ..; 52.23
25 Associated Oil Co 52.12%
255 N Cal Power Co Con 50.00
-ON Cal power Co C0n.......... 50.23
18 N Cal Power c. (on 60.50
52.0J10 X !'«! Power Co Con 5* 94.00
$1,000 Oakland Traction Co 55........ 81.00
81.000 Oakland Traction Con 55....... 97.50
$1,000 People's Water Co 5*...: 71.50
85.000 Sacramento El. Gas & Ry 5s 103.00
$5,000 S P R R Ist rifdg 4- 95.62%
Street—
50 Onomea Sugar C 0... 44.00
SO Union Sugar Co ............. 88.00
$1,000 PeopU-s Water Co 55... 71.50
$4,000 Unlteu R R of S F 4*.. 60.50
- UNLISTED SECURITIES
* Rid. Ask.l ':.' Rid. Ask.
0 W Pow 5* 88% BO Pae*G4l com 64% —
S Crui Cem. 54 — IHono Plant... 30% 411
Do 6* ... 89 90 ,1 Honolulu. 1.67% —
West pac 5* 82% 93 ißrookshlre 011.1.15 —
fa! N w 55.104 — Peon W com. 2% 3%
Pac G4E s*. 88% — |
■ SALES
125 Paclflc Gas 4-Klectrle (pfd* 87.
10 Taclflc Gas & Electric i.-omi... 64.87%
2.000 Honolulu Com oil 1.65
250 People's Water (common) 3.00
$3,000 Western Pacific It-- 55.. 82.60
81.000 Western Pacific Ry 55......... 92.75
$3,000 Paeifle Gas 4 Electric ss. 99.00
i MINING STOCKS T
♦ . _ :—_—.—_ —-:-♦
There was great activity In Mexican. Sierra
Nevada and Union stock* yesterday and all were
bicker. Continued favorable reports from the
Mexican and talk that the insiders were buying
the stock freely sent the price up from Tues
day's closing quotation of $3.72';; to $4.25, at
which figure it closed.' It was 'reported that
the sill floor, north drift, on the 2500 level of
the Mexican Is now advanced fully IS feet and
Is carrying high grade ore for the whole width
of the drift. \ ...
Union, which closed on Tuesday at $1,874,
sold up to $1,574. closing at $1.50. and Sierra
Nevada, which closed on Tuesday at BBc, ™as
strong at 58fa64c. closing at 60c. There was
DO particular change In Consolidated Virginia
or Ophlr.. though both .were, strong, with: mod
erate sale«. A prominent • broker, who art* for
a large Interest, said that "the conditions of the
Comgtock Justified present | prices and that there
was no inflation In the advance. :■
Activity in the southern ) Nevada* wa* con
fined to CnldHeld consolidated. Dexter. Mineral
Hill and West End.' Mineral Hill was strong
at 5® 6c. , --.; •
R. c. Moore »nd Eugene Howell of ,Tonop»h
have secured centred of the Dexter consolidated
mining - company ;of Manhattan and are Insti
tuting reforms in the management. '■ ■
A 1 wire from I/w 'Angeles > yesterday stated
that news had bean received there from East
Manhattan. Nev., that the excitement over the
Mineral Hill and St. ■ Pan! strikes continues.
Rich ore Is being sacked and stored. The Min
eral Hill company has decided to develop its
own ground, with the exception of one lease.
The directors of the-Montana-Tonopah mining
company have . declared a' dividend of 6e per
share, amounting to about $60,000, parable June
SO to stock holders of record on June 15, This
will bring the total dividend payment* of this
company up to » grand total of $270,000.» The
previous dividend also of 6c per share was paid
on December 20., 1910. and the present one is
In the nature of a semiannual disbursement.
SAX FRAXCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the sales on . the, San Fran
cisco stock exchange yesterday:
COMSTOCKS
Regular Morning Session .'
200 Caledonia .... 55! 200, Overman ...... 52
1100 Chollar ...... 15| 200 Mexican ..:...8.80
200 Con Va M.. 1.124! ,"° Mexican ... .3.824
: 1"0 Exchequer ... -14, 100 scorpion „.'...' 28
400 Gould & Cur. 1000 Sierra Nev...~...:r.K
100 Julia Con ... S3; 100 Union Con ...1.43
soon Gould • c. 11[1600 Union Con.. .1.474
200 ophlr 1.05(1100 Utah ......... 09
' - Afternoon Session
100 Best & Belch.; 4614100 Mexican ......4.15
100 Best & Belch. 4St «no. Mexican 4.174 !
300 Caledonia ;..'. 35 1 200 Ophlr ...... 2.00 '■
100 Caledonia .... 34! 700 Ophlr / ....2.05'
100 Challenge .... .2o;,200 Overman ..... 63
500 Chollar ...... 17| 100 Scg Belcher „. m
2000 on Imperial. : 031,700 Sierra. Nev ... 60
30* Con Va M.. 1.1241 200 Sierra Nev ... ,«l
400 Gould & Cur. 2311700 Sierra Nev ... «2
200 Gould A. Cur. ;24 800 Sierra Ne ... 63
300 Gould k Cur. • 22; 400 Sierra Ney ... 64
500 Julia Con ... 84| 300 Union C0n...1.474
400 Mexican .. 3*74, 700 Union Con ...i..v>
1100 Mexican .....8.95; 800 Union Con... 1.524
800 Mexican 3.00:1200 Union Con ...1.53
900 Mexican v;..'. 4.001 200 Union Con..: 1.574
300 Mexican .... .4.05: 800 Utah ......... ; Oil
500 Mexican 4.10:2300 Utah .......... 10
,600 Mexican .4.1241 % ■*- - ' v,,'
..„ . . . Informal ' Session ,
1000 Andes; .-. is 100 Mexican 4.174
2000 Andes ....... 17: 300 Ophlr —;....2.6w
300 Beit & Belch.' 451 300 Sierra Nev: ... 03
400 Chollar ...... " 1,-,: 200 Sierra •' Nev ... 64
200 Con Va M.b50.1.1.V 800 Sierra Net ... 01
100 .Hale & . .-231 900 Union . Con :.. 1.53
3400 Julia i. Con , ... 8511300 Ualao C0b...1.674
]400 Mexican ;.;.. 4.20; 500 Union ,Coa.. .1.524
* .00 Mexican "; • • .4.2241300 Union . Con -.",. 1.30
800 Mexican .....4.231,100 Yellow Jacket.. SB
.600 Mexican ..-..'.4. l.v >'
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
'■■' Bid.Ask. - - Bid.Ask
Alpha... ,06 07 Hale £ Sore.. 24 -25
■»"■» ......... 00 08 Julia CM ....- 30 37
,;.: ■ .._..«.. " "'' •.^--iStPsaa.
SUMMARY OR
THE MARKETS
.\ew York stocks - nnd toppers
higher.
Cotton •: future*) , lower.
I.vailing -Comatocka otcnln advance.
Shipment-of specie to the orient.
Wheat steady to firm. Oats
'." sternly.
Barley futures lower.
Hay and feedstuff*) quiet. :
Narrow changes ,In beans.
No further changes in meats.
Wool quiet here, : but active in
Oregon.
Hops make a further advance.
Potatoes flrm and onions steady.
More new peaches nrrlved.
Strawberries In good demand. '
Poultry "market- liberally supplied
Eggs lower. Butter and • cheese
unchanged.
Andes 17 injustice — 11
Belcher ; — NIK,-muck On.". 12 11
Best & Reich. 47 4!) Mexican 4.25 4. Ml
Bruns Chollar. 20 — Occidental .... 83 —
Bruns Potosl. 20 —'Ophlr ; 2.00 2.09
Bullion — 15 Overman 81 54
Caledonia .... 54 .I.YPutosl ........ 30 3;!r
Challenge ... 18 pi savage ..:.... 28 30
Chatter lti IMSeg Belcher .". 17 IS
Confidence ... — 7.", scorpion - 28 —
Con V:. M.... 1.12 1.15 Sierra Nev ... 80 02
Con Imperial. 03 04 Silver Hill ... 14 18
Crown Point.. — , 7.V1 ulou Con .:. 1.50,1.52
i Exchequer ....— i* i tali ./...;... 09 11
Gould 4 Cur. 23 . 241 Yellow Jacket. 50 53
TON Of AH AND GUl.lit :EI.U STOCKS
Regular Morning Session
2000 Atlanta, s 5.. . f.iloo Mineral Hi 11... 04
SOOO Booth ... 07 1000 Mustang 01
8800 Dexter ....... 06|low) North Star ... 14
200 Florence 1.23 , •
Afternoon Session '.■ ',
70<rt Dexter 06 9500 Mineral Hi 11... 03
2000 Jim Butler -.. - 231 800 Montana 75
3000 Jumbo Ex ... 28110.000 Red Top Ex Ol
7000 Mayflower .... 04| 200 West, End ... 50
1000 Midway .. is: .
Informal Session ' i -
4500 Atlas Wonder. 14 3000 Mart Big Four. 20
200 Belmont 6.20|3000 Mineral Hi 11... 05.
5000 Dexter 06; 1000 Mineral Hi 11... 08
100 Florence ...1.22% 1500-West End ... 49
1400 Gld Con M...6.00! 800 West End ... So
30 Old Con M.. .6.03] 300 Do. bCO 52
CLOSING QUOTATIONS ' *-4
_ CALIFORNIA
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Argonaut 1.75 2.2s{l.lghtner Mm.. 10 —
Cent Eureka.. — 1.00 - ,'.
NEVADA
Tonot.ah District
Bld.A-k. Bid.Ask.
Belmont . 6.20 6.North Star ... 14 , 15
Jim Butler... 22 231 Rescue Fills .. 14 18
MncNamara .. 12 13 Ton Exten ... 97 1.00
Midway- 18 1» Ton of Nev. ..5.65 6.<H»
Mlipah Ex.. 50 00 West End ... 48 50
Montana ..'..." 73 7*,
Goldfleld District
Adams -.. --- Opt; Kewenas Ex — 02
Atlanta ...... 10 mold Merger M. on in
Blue Bell ... 01 02 Grandma ..... 01 —
Blue Hull ... 03 ci Great Bend ;. 01 OS
Booth ....... 07 08;Ort Bend Aiu. — 01
C 0 D 08 , ill) Grt - Bend Ex."— 01
Columbia Mt.. — i»i Jumbo, Ex .... 28 28
Com Fraction. 07 OS lone Star .... 01 02
Conqueror .... — 02:Oro ........... 04 OS
Cracker Jack. — 01 IKed Hills 01 (12
Dmdfld Trngl. — 0] Red Top Ex.. 01 02
Florence 1.20 1.35 Scndstorm Ken 05 —
Fiances Milk.. — J sliver Pick .04 06
6oM Bar Old." 04 06 Spearhead Old. 05 —
Old ton M...8.00 6.05 Ives .. 10 15
Glil > Portland. — Oil Wonder 01
Old Kewanas. 04 03; Yellow Tiger.. — 04
Bullfrog District
Amethyst .... — OlMont Bullfrog. — 01
Bonnie Clare.. 02 03!Montgomy Mt. — 01
Blfrg Nat Bk — * o-'Tramp Con .. — 03
Homestake K. — 01 Valley View... ,02 —
Mayflower Con 03 • 04 "
j - Manhattan District ;'"."; "
Man Big Four 17 20IMu»tang Mam.. 02 04
Man Con ...." 02 03 Pine Nut :... — 01
Man Dexter... 06 07 Thanksgiving.. — 04
Mineral Hill.. 05 06!
other District* ;
Atlas Wonder. 10 14 N'ev Hills 8.88 8.181
Eagle's Nest.. 01 05 Pitts S Peak.. 61 63
Fairvw Cent.. 02 — Ramsev — 88
Fairvw G Bid 02 03 Raw Coalition. 06 07 ,
Fairvw Eagle. BO —!Round Mt .... 57 58 !
Fairvw Haiist 01 02 Tecopa Con .. v- 30 i
Jack Tot .... 03 04 - ->-.*' r
Assessment Directory Comstock Mine*
Company— No. Del. board. Sale day. Amt. j
Yellow Jacket.. 39 May 6 June 8 .10
Caledonia .....84 May 28 June 23 .10 j
Con. Virginia... 17 June 10 July 5 .25 ;
Julia .. June 26 ....... 08 I
Con. Imperial.. .. June 27 ... .01 j
Union July 6 ....... 18 j
Utah 13 July . 6 July 31 .05 j
OIL STOCKS
There was nothing new 'in these stock* yes- ;
terday beyond the declaration of a 3c dividend
by W. K. oil company. Trading was light. »as
usual. ■■■.'■" ' =>■>-« .
Oil companies that are still drilling In the Elk
hills Include the Mercedes, which is down 1.800
feet with a 10 'inch' casing: - the Scottish oil
field*, limited: Kinsey and .Tergln of the Mid
way ■ valley, the Bernadon and the Union.
Fresh report* from the Associated* well in
section 26-30-23 are to the effect that the drill
Is now In the real sand, whereas the oil pro
duced heretofore was from shale.
Announcement I*: marie at Whlttier that' the
Standard oil company will begin' work at once
on a system of pipe Hue* from the Whlttier
Brea canyon. Dllnda and perhaps i the Coyote
hills field to Los MetO*, where the company has
extensive acreage near - the ■ three big tanks
owned by the Central oil company, and on which
Its own 89,000 barrel tank Is located. Accord
ing "to reports, the Standard will erect tanks
op Its I.os Nietos property. The exact number
to be built is not known.
The Midway Royal oil company has brought
ln a flowing oil well In section -32-31-23' with
118 feet of oil sand at 2.810 feet. The well
flowed for a- short time at the rate of 4.000
barrels per day.
The big flowing well of the Mammoth oil com
pany In North Midway ■ Is. still making about
8,000 errel* of oil per day. The Mammoth
Is building a 55.000 barrel concrete reservoir to
assist in handling the production.
SAX FRANCISCO '■ STOCK EXCHANGE
, Bid. Ask.l ■ Bid. Ask.
Am Pel cm.40.00 : —'Occidental .. 15 —
As>«> oil ..52.00 52.25) Pae I'et.. ' — 28
I),, 5* ...9t»,50 —I Palmer ...:. 1.35 1.37
Bay Cltv .. To l.OOjPalmr Union 46 49
Brooksliire.. 1.15' 1.20 Peeriea* .... 4.50 —
Caribou ....-1.03 1.10 Piedmont ... — in
Claremont.. 1.10 ' i. 13 Premier ■ — 80
Coal Mohwk — .I.oo', Producer* .'. 2.50 3.0n
Coal 'Natal. 20 23; Republic ... 46 47
Con Midway 13 14 Section 25 ..25.00 35.00
He Luxe ..1.12 — stiver Tip... 1.03 1:1.,
Dominion .. —■ 1.W5Wt8,... IB 21
Empire ....1.30 1 ".Sterling .... 1.30 —
Eno* ....... — "8 Sunset Oil .. 20 —
Maricopa N. 21 Superior .... 21 —
■Maricopa 36 — 2.0n Turner . 1.20 1.25
Mascot . . — ,2.ooiUnlted 0i1... — 1.03
McKlttrick.. 12 -~|Wolverine. ... 40 _
Monte Crist 2.05' 2.231 W X Oil Co 2.61 •* —
.New Pa ret .52.'.' — [Storage rtfa. 33^ —
SALES
10:30 a. m.—
100 Peerless , 4.50
' Informal —
4000 Con Midway ,-.7.18 Z
- 1:15 p. m. - . ,
30 Empire ...... ". 1.30
NO Palmer Union .......". .46
Informal —
500 Palmer .' 1.35,
500 Palmer Union, ..".-..""...; . 47
1000 Palmer Union 46
MO Republic .41
LOS ANGELES OIL EXCHANGE
', LOS ANGELES.' Jan* 7.—Consolidated Midway
was stronger'today, on the oil exchange. After
selling,up to 13*ke. however, (lie stock reacted
slightly and cloned at 12*40. -Mexican common
soft as high* as 636.50 and closed at 136. Asso
ciated was strong. Tbe rail:
Producer* Bid. Ask. ■
Amalgamated Oil.. 43. 55.00
Amr-rfean Crude... ' -.63>
American Pet (c0m)..... 40.50 41.00:
Associated ' 52.00 32.23
Bear Creek......... —■ ""V75;-V
California-Midway ' 4:14 —
Central 1.97 1.984
Columbia....: ......:... 1.09 ■ 1.20
consolidated Midway -, .12*4 .124
Continental ' — ; .35 --.
Knos ..:....... ..- .51 —
Euclid .....' — ,' .55..
Fullerton . "..- .*. -- 5.00
Globe ....;... — .10
Jade ............ . 314 ".32*i
Mexican Pet Ltd (pfd)...... 68.00 68.624
Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m)....".: 35.75 36.124
Mascot — : 2.00
OUnda Land......... .47 —
Palmer 0i1.;.. ..;... 1.35 1.364
Pennsylvania Midway.....:..;': 16 , ;..".25*»
Perseus 0H... '..... — -304
Pinal 0i1.;;..-. — 10.00 »
Rice. Ranch......... 30 —
Traders ..-. 80.00 —
Union .:;'..\.V.101.50 101.75
Union Provident 101.00 —
United Petroleum 101.374 —
United ;OIL. .954 ' .984
Western Union .;......103.50, 113.mi j
N onproducer*— - , ■ -
Oleum Development C0r.....:: .074 ■'•074
•' = . Morning Sales
50 Associated ".' 52.00 i
70 A550ciated*.....;.*.".....'......... 32.23 ;.."'
60 A550ciated'..........."......:.... 52.124
2.000 Consolidated Midway..'.-..'....:.. .13.
10,000 Consolidated Midway ........ 1314
"1.000 Consolidated Midway....;:....... 13* i
18,000 Consolidated Midway............ f .134
11.000 Consolidated "Midway......;...;. 1.j.-u
22.000 Consolidated Midway............ 13&4
1,000 Consolidated Midway, bSO.-.-..-. .134
,1,000 Consolidated Midway, b 30. r..:fT; - .134
10 Mexican Pet Ltd (rem) :;•30.30v
' 50 Mexican Pet Ltd (comt.'." ...36.374
30 Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m)."......... .Tfi.:37»i
20 Mexican Pet Ltd (c0m»."..."..:..; 80.23 *
MO Union .;......'.'.'...;...,.;... mi f124
i 30, Union .'.............:...; - 101 .'SO
10 Western L'nioa..•.-........-.-,...-..108.50
Slop Market lias Further Advance;
Barley Futures Continue to Fall
» «~. „ Afternoon Sales
3,000 Central -.. 1 97
1.000 California .Midway... ....'....'. ' .49*,
2.000 Consolidate)! Mi<lwav...r>.. .13%
3.000 Consolidated Midway. ........ 13
1.000 Consolidated Midway . 12%
2.000 ConsolMated Midway. .12%
5.000 t onsolWated Midway .12*4
I.eXH) Palmer ... ....." 1 «8
I'm Mexican Pet Ltd (CM*)'.'.'! '.'.'.'.'.'. 36.'00
GRAIN MARKET
- Whent anil Other Grain*)
inWh,V ''"''r< r *P°rt buyers offish and hold
down ota"' Sh°*' chan XC! both up and
„ „, CASH WHEAT ' *
H« £-„'," ,*"'• W^H-USbJ: vrhl*e Anstra-
Lev ,-,",:' ;';•"; norfliern club. 11.5361.00; rer
f,7. f<l I, V,'"' 1 ' '-"'-': «»*■'«■> red. 11.30*11.58:
lonr-rolel. 81..w; hluestem. 81-654x1.72% per ctl.
Barley—( ash prices stood the same yesterday.
afternoon 11 niillkr'- r'u,ure» were higher in the
.. „'.' * , CASH BATH
li^fli^' I' 30; "',K!i''"- «t-31%: off grades.
alio V bre,TlDS,' nominal; shipping, $1.35
- FUTURES
_ - ■■ IO«. m. Session -
December—sl.26-'«i bid.
' 2 p. 111. Session
tw„„>„ Open High Low Close
December ..$1.27% $1.27% $1.27% $1.27%
!r..- R'''1- *' "-f,^l ' 32% for common to fair
and V1.33Q1.4fl for good to choice: black. $1.15S
4*f%S Bray,' nominal;- white. $1.60 asked
torn-Western state* yellow, in bulk. San
Francisco track. $1.41: white. $1.43: mixed,
$1.40; sacked prices. 7%c higher; white Egyp
tian, $1.6001.62%: no brown offeriag
Rye—sl £501.68 per ctl. .
Foreign Futures
„ LIVERPOOL
Wheat— July. Oct.
°P*nln« 6 10% 6 09
''■wing ....:. 6 10 6 08%
'■^l---' PARIS : '*
Wheat, per bushel— June. Sept.-Dec.
Opening -43% $1.31%
2?« 1.41% 1.31%
Hour, per barrel— ■'
Opening 18.08 $6.09
Closing ...............;.... 6.08 6.07"
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Fnture Grain and Provision* -
CHICAGO. June -Scared shorts rushed up
the price of wheat today on discovering 'that the
market had been oversold. The close was strong
;-..)%:• higher than last night. Final trading
left corn %&U and oats %Hl%c advance, pro.
: rlßleoa varying from , nickel decline to » gain
: of lllc.
There was lively action in wheat, both early
and late. In the first part of the session bearish
sentiment developed and offerings were on a
large scale, with the demand only moderate.
Disappointing cables, cooler weather and rains
all combined to depress values. When short sell
ers attempted to really profits, , however, and
found that the market was becoming bare of
offerings the pit feeling underwent a rapid
changf-. Simultaneously unfavorable reports were
received from Nebraska and Kansas. As a re
sult the buying flurry was at a somewhat excited
stage Just before the crowd was scattered by the
closing gong. July ranged from 90% to 92%e
and In the end was strong. ls,tir%o net higher
; at the topmost level reached.
! Following the rebound In wheat, corn made a
decided upturn. July fluctuated between 53% c
and 34% C. with the close firm at 54% c. a rise
of %c over last night. The cash grain was In
good demand. No. 2 yellow finished at. 58%
84 tic.
'■ In oats there was a great deal of reinstating
done by former longs. High »nd low figure* for
July were 37% c and 36% c, with last sales %®lc
up at 37%<-d37%c. **
Conflicting influences had an unsettling effect
on provisions—h«g» were lower, but grain on
the advance. . The outcome was a windup un
changed to 10c higher for, pork. 2%e down for
lard and 5c off to r,c up for rib* „
!•"'.".'■-'■'—;'*•'-" hit-lino Grain and Provision Futures
(Furnished by E. F.-Hntten ft Co.. 490 California street.)
CHICAGO, June 7.—The leading future* ranged as follow*:
Wheat— y Open . High Low Close June 6 Tear ago
July - $0,914 $0,924 $0,904 $".924 ■ $0,914 $0,954
September .¥9*» .90 .88*4 .90 .89*4 -91*4
December ; 91 .92 .904 .92 .91 .914
Corn - . . Ij j.-->
•T"'T '...." ." 33 -54« .334 .M*4 .33% .584
September 54% ,58« , .53** .53% .544 .89*1;
December ■.; ; 534 ,-,4-, -53 .544 .534 .57*1
■ Data— . >. ' . » . "■■■„.'■■
July.... 'X. .364 '.374 .384 .374 .86*4 .364
September 364 .384 "' .364 .38 .334 .854
December .". .37*4 .394 .37% " -39 .38 .364
Pork— • .
July 14.83 14.90 14.80 14.90 14.90 22.26
September 14.50 14.65 14.474 14.65 14.55 21.70
Lard EmUl^lr'"Wwr*^*m^W\
July. 8.174 -20 8.174 8.20 8.224 12.3-4
September 8.30 R. 30 8.274 8.30 8.321, 12.274
December 7.924 7.95 7.02 1 7.924 7.95
Short Ribs
.Tilly 8.024 8.024 8.00 8.024 8.074 13.75
September 8.00 8.024 7.974 8.024 8.024 12.
Caah Grain and Provision*
I CHICAGO, .Tune 7.—Cash quotations were as
follows: Flour, steady. No. 2 rye. 02c. Feed
! or mixing barley. 60(370c; fair to choice malting
do. [email protected] Timothy seed. ■'. $Bfflll. Clover,
$15.79: Mess pork, per bbl. $15.12 15.25.
j I^ard. per 100 lbs. $S.i2i 2 . Short ribs (loose), ,
$7.50ia5.12V4; short clear sides (bored), JB.l2'i
8.2.-.
GRAIN STATISTICS
Total clearances of wheat and flour were equal
to 327.000 bushels. Primary receipts were 360.000
bushels, compared with 314,000 bushels the cor
responding day a year aso. Estimated receipts
for tomorrow: Wheat. 12 cars; corn, 465 cars;
oats, 246 cars: hogs, 26.000 head.
r DAILY MOVEMENT (IF PRODUCE
Articles— , Receipts Shipment*
Flour, barrels 18,500 7,400
Wheat, bushels 62.700 11.000
Corn, bu5he15.............. .864,000 , 500,800
Oats, bushel*.:..... 646.200 244.300
Rye. bushels.. ft.ooo
Barley, bushels 6.",.000 ...'.:'..
I CHICAGO. June 7.— E. *F. Huttoa & Co.'*
wire says;
"Wheat Very Irregular market all - day in
wheat. Price* hare covered - a range of about
1 lie,"' and the trade bus been widely | diversified
in character. Much unloading of loqg wheat
early and (lao a great deal of short, selling on
local account. letter selling was overdone, and
many of these shorts covered on "later: bulges. I
Early -buyer* unloaded on the swells. Fair |
quantity, of foreign long wheat was sold out
early in the' day. There were unfavorable crop
reports here from Nebraska, and a local expert
says the Indiana crop will be less than last
year's, but there has been a great deal-of. talk
of early harvest In-Indiana, where cutting will
begin the latter part, of this week. Missouri
and Illinois wheat cutting- continues. , Nothing
but- glowing report* from the . spring wheat
country, except from the area of limited -pro
duction in southwestern South Dakota*^ Kittle
doing ia cash - wheat, as the offerings bare been
very light. No vote on reciprocity - today, al
though the finance committee of the senate has
been In session Jill day. The administration -is
bow confident of its passage.
• "Corn—Was' weak early, strong, and higher
later. - Larger local speculators have been - the
big factors in the trade, buying It On the weak
spots anil supplying it In only moderate quanti
ties on the - swells. Country sales have been
very small, but eastern demand has also been
very poor. Cash prices low. with losses of i.fo;
I''-..c here and shipper* offerings of corn »float
and In the east at lower than cost of replacing.
Crop advices generally of excellent character. ,
"Oats—Were weak early; longs unloaded and
rhort*'. oversold. Market rallied later, former
longs, reinstating ' to a considerable . extent and
shorts covering on the remitting bulge. Crop ad
vices have been of about the same sort as here
tofore—short in . the southwest, I fair to good in
leading corn belts later and excellent northwest.
There has " been a " poor call for " oats :on shipping
nceount. but the cash price In the sample mar
ket was only off ■< tie. which was a contrast to
the weakness ln corn."
New York Grain Market
NEW YORK. Tune 7. -Flour *<■»*. quiet . and
unsettled. Receipts, -30,162 barrels; shipments,
, 17.143, barrel*. < • . .
j Wheat— Arm: No.. 2 red. n?Vic nominal
I ele-rntor and 99 Vie f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern
I Duluth. $1.07\i f.'o. b. afloat. Futures—A sharp
{opening- break in wheat. influenced or lower, ca-
I bles and improved . weather west, i was succeeded
by.a strong recovery, in which bull support anil
fear* of a bullish crop report on winter wheat!
| tomorrow played an important part." Final prices
showed L<c net advance. ;: July closed at 98 3-16 c,
September closed .at JW Viae. Receipts, 14,438
bushels; shipments, 15,951 bushels.
Xorthern Wheat Market
WASHINGTON V. " \
. TACOMA, June ".—Wheat—Binestem, f>6<397e;
forty-fold. S£c; club. 86c; red Russian, 84c. Re
—Wheat, 3 cars; com, 2 cars. <■ ■■
SKATTr.E. "June 7.—Wheat— Blnestem. 96!i<a
9"c; forty-fold. '88c: club. 87c; fife. 87c; red Rus
sian, 85c. - Oats." $29 , per ton. Barley. $27 per
ton. Receipt* —Wheat. 18 cars: oats, 3 car*; hay,
5 car*; barley, 1 car; corn. 1 car.
v 'OREGON
PORTI,ANT>. June 7."—Wheat, track prices—
Club, • 85ig86c: ■■ bluestem. " 9.1(&9iV: : red Russian,
84c: -, valley. ;, 86c: - forty-fold. Stic. Receipt*—
Wheat, 6 car*; barter, 2 cars; oats, 5 cars; hay,
4 cars. ■■... ■■„
Minneapolis and Duluth Grain and Flax
MINNEAPOLIS. - June . 7.— -July. 97c;
September, 93(893%c: December. 93c: No. 1 bard.
81: No.'l northern. 9740004 c: No. 2 northern,
94%©98 c; No. 3 wheat. 82*4005 -
Barley—3S«}B7o. - <
;■ Corn—No. 8 yellow, 51«751%e. I
flats—No. 8 white. 85<8554c
• ; Bye—No. 2. 004591 C. ■', 1; N
Flax— s2.3s. . -'t^fMHpWsnPHPsnflgW
■•'■ DI'I.CTH. June 7.—Fl*x—On track and to ar
rive,' $234: July. $2.35; September. $1.94 nom
inal; October,' $1.89 bid. * -
| LOCAL MARKETS
Receipts of Produce June 7
Flour, 'qr sks .... 4.B62;Feed. \ «ks ■ ..: .ISO
Wheat,.ctls 1.346! Egypt, corn, ska 6.9
Barley, ctls „..I.47o|Leather, rolls ... 20
Oats, ctls. 65|TalIow, ctls .... .3
Beans, ; ski 2.-..-V Hides, No 83
Bran, sits ....... 42; Pelt», No ... ln<»
Middlings, sk* •-. 50 Sngar, <tls ..... J.OOO
Potatoes, sks ... 2.993 Wine, gals ;;.... 19,000
onloot. skg ... . 1.283! Lumber, M ft.... * 20
Hay. tons ...... ■ 286! Paper, bdls - M
Hops, baies .... 103|Uvestock, No ... 430
Wool, sks ...... 2211
OREGON
Bran. *xs ...... 834 Feed, *k» 2,500
Shorts, sk* ..... S3o; -
• WASHINGTON ...
rionr. qr *k* 6.6SO'Braa, sks 412
Wheat, ctl* .... 1,570!
WESTERN STATES
Corn, ctl» ..-•• • *••»
Provisions
Cortolene— Half bbls. 10% c; 1 tierce. 10c: 2
tierces. 9%c; 5 tierces, 9%c per lb; eallfene,
9%c for 1 tierce, 9%c for 2 tierces. 9%c for 5
tierce* and '.»%<■ for half bbls; 60 lb tubs, 9%c.
Hams and Bacon—Hams. [email protected]%c; picnic
hams. 11 '-j,-: California ham*. [email protected]; eastern
'fancy bacon. 4 to 6 lbs. 26% c; 6 to 8 lb*. 24c;
8 to 10 lbs, 22c; 10 to 12 lbs. 20c: sugar cared.
23% c; light dry »alt bacon. 8 to 10 lb*. 19o; 10
to 12 lb*. 18e; medium bacon, 15%c{ llfht me
dium bacon, 15% c ..
California Bacon. M. * L. brand—4 to • las,
22c: 6 to 8 lbs, 20c; 8 to 10 lb*. 19c.
Eastern Lard and Oils. Western Meat brand—
Tierces. 10%e; 50* (per easel. $5.38; 10*. $6.75;
ss, $6.83; 3*. $6.90: compound lard, tierces, 8c:
60* (per case). $4.13; 10s. $5.25; s*. $3.83; B*.
$5.40; yellow cooking oil, 69c per gallon; wait*
cooking oil. 6le per gal: salad oil. 65c per gal.
California Pure Lard, M. k L. brand—Tierce*.
9%.c; 20 lb wooden buckets. 10% c; 60 lb wooden
tub*. 10c: 80 lb wooden tubs. lOe: can*. 2 to a
case. $10; can*. 1 to a case, $5; tin bucket* 4
to a case. $8.10: large tin*, 6 to a case, $8.80:
medium tin*, 12 to a case, *6.87%; small tin*.
20 to a case, $6.45.
California Compound Lard. H. H. brand-
Tierce basis. 7%c: wooden tubs. 80 lbs net. 7*iej
wooden tubs. 60 lbs net. 7%c: wooden bucket*.
20 lbs net, 8c; large tin. 1 to a case. $3.87;
Urge tins. 2 to a case, $7.73; tin backet*. 4 to
a case. $6.30; large tins. 6 to a ca»«, $4.93;
medium tins. 12 to a case. $5.02%; small tin*,
20 to a case. $3.10.
Beef—Local prices are quoted. Export lot*.
Inspected by the government, are $1 per bbl
higher. Extra family beef. $18 per bhl: family
beef. $18 per bbl; extra mess beef, $18 per bbl;
smoked-beef, 22c per lb.
Pork—Extra prime, la barrels. $2«: clear. $32:
mes», $28; pig pork. $30: pigs' feet. $5.50 for,
half bbls, $2.35 for 25 lb kegs and $1.50 for kit*.
.Meat Market
.-- ". DRESSED MEATS
Slaughterer** rate* to dealer* and batchers are
a* follow*:
Beef—B4®94e per lb for steers, 74QS4e
for cow* and heifers.- ■■-*— •
Veal— lie for large and [email protected] for small.
Mutton—Wethers. [email protected]; ewe*. [email protected]
L*mb—Spring lamb. 10c per lb.
' Dressed Pork (per lb)—[email protected]
LIVESTOCK MARKET
The following quotations are for good, *ouad
livestock, delivered in San Francisco, gross
weight: .
No. 1 steers, over 900 lbs, alive, 54 l?»*i« per
lb: under 900 lbs. 54c; second quality, all
weights, [email protected]; thin, undesirable steers, 4£
44c.,,
No. 1 cows and heifers, 44(24*{e; second
quality. 4^4 common, thin, undesirable
cow*. 34<84c. - • '
Desirable bulls and stags, 34c; half fat or
thin bull*. [email protected]
Calve*—Lightweight, per lb, 64c; medium,
6c: heavy, 5A&44C. •
Sheep—Desirable wethers, unshorn, [email protected]*4c;
ewes, 3*i(3'4c; shorn sheep. 4c less.
Milk Lambs (per lb)—[email protected]
Hogs—Hard grain fed. weighing 100 to 150
lbs. [email protected]*4e; 150 to 200 lbs, 64®6*4c; 200
lbs and up, [email protected] \;,
Horses; and - 51 lea
I The following quotations for horse* »nd male*
»re furnished by the Butcher?' and Stock Grow
ers' Journal: •
HORSES
Desirable drafters. 1.700 lbs and [email protected]
Light drafters. 1.530 to 1,050 1b5...... 233*8285
Chunks. 1,330 to 1.500 lbs 200©250
Wagon horse*, 1.230 to 1.850 175©200
Delivery wagon horses, 1,050 to 1,250.. 1253130
Desirable farm mares 135©130
Farm workers .........: 100® 125
• ' MULES— TO EXTRA - *
900 lbs, 4 to 7 years $1500175
1,000 lbs, 4 to 7 years 175©200
1,100 lbs, 4 to 7 year*.... 2151??240
1.200 lbs, 4 to 7 year*. ."; 250(8300
Over 7 years old range from $15 to $25 lower.
Note—Shipper* to the market must have horses
close to type, with age, bone conformation and
style, to command extreme quotation*.
■ Butter, Cheese and Eggs -*"*-'-; ",,',l '.
Another 4e was lopped off the quotation tor
extra egg* yesterday, making a total decline of
lc. in two days. There was some liberal selling
on the exchsnge and buyer* could make spot or
future purchase* at the new quotation.*' It would
; seem from the selling movement and the decline
j that some receivers were commencing to tire of
storing. Selected pullet* also lost 4c. being
quoted at- 1«e a dozen. There was no change In
the quotations for butter or cheese. . „.
Sale* on the exchange were as follow*!
Butter—lo cubes of extras at 22c and 10 cat**
at 224 c a pound. . *i
Eggs—Spot. 20 cases of extra* at 214 c 100 at
21c. and 90 cases of selected pullets at 18c a
dozen. Futures. 150 cases of extra* at 21e, »eller
10 'lay*, and 23 case* at 214e, buyer 10 day*. ,
Cheese—l2s new California fancy flats at 12c a
pound. ::\ . -;i ■ ,-. * ' -
Receipt* were 66.000 pounds of butter. 15,500
pounds of cheese and 3,090 cases of egg*.
„ The following »*• official quotation* estab
lished on the floor of the dairy exchange. Price*
In the street, ' while - governed by the exchange
quotations, generally, range from 14c to 2c
higher, owing to the various charges to be added:
' BUTTER. PER POUND
. June. June June June June Jnti* r
._Jv : 2 "."- 3 5 6 7,*
Extra* ':. ...,224c 224 c 224 c 224 c 224<? 224 c
Trlme firsts-. 21c 21c . 21c 214 c 214 c
Firsts- 204 c 204 c 204 c 204 c 204 c 204 c
Seconds ...20c ..„ (Oc 20c .- 20c > 20c- 20c
No. 1 packing .... 174 c 174 c 174 c 174 c 174 c I
The average - price for extra butter for the
week ending Saturday, June 3, was 22 3-10 c per
pound., -'v..,,. -.--.:, ■ ■.■.,_..
: Cheese—Fancy California flats, -12c per ' lb.
firm; do firsts. 114 c. firm; do .■ seconds. 10c.
firm: fancy Young Americas. 134 c. firm; do
firsts, 13c, firm; local storage flat*. 144 c. steady;
Oregon . flats, 134 c. firm; do storage, 144 c,
steady; New. York storage, IBQIB4C, steady.
California • fresh, per dozen, cases ■ in
cluded:
June June June June June June '■
':': "'-■. ;l .2 3 5 6 7.
Extra* .'.... .22c 22c 22c 22c 214 c 21c
Prime firsts. 2o4c 204 c 2(>4c 204 c 204e 2,,,
First* 194 c 104 c 194 c 194 c 194e mi'
Seconds ....184c 184 c IS4« 184 c 184 c i*3 e
Selected pul- - „ ■ .'?
let* -184 c 184 c 184 c 184 c lS4c isc '
Eastern sec- -• ■ .......
°"da .:.... 164 c 164 c 164e 164c.164c j 6 , 4c
Portland Butter Market
PORTLAND. June 7.— Butter—City creamery
extras, box lot*, 24c. ™,
.- . .V . ■
E*B Market in Nearby Counties
[Special: Dispatch lo The 'Call] [•■■'
'j PETAM'MA. June 7.—Eggs declined %c, to-,
day.'_" After : the receipt of transections rof • the
San Francisco dairy and egg exchange all dealers
and speculators paid 20e for first grade eggs The
delivery waa very heavy, t Broilers j continued to
be offered bat the prices are not eDoouraiilna-
SANTA CRTS, June 7.—There \:as a aright
drop In . the price ,of eggs > today. Rest grade
eggs.hronght.l94e.- although. in :some instances
■mailer, dealer* paid 20c per, doaen. Shipments,
are only ordinary, but show improvement
Potatoes. Onions - and Vegetable*
U The potato market remained very, firm 'Tester,
day. the firmness being Just as pronounced In old"-'
crop stock as in new. and arrivals of,the ,-, ''*
were closed of first bands almost as fast ii
received. There wa* no change 1„ prices for on
ions, the .upply ' being ''ast about sufficient u „
balance the demand at the old quotations. p e ,».
led everything else ?in the vegetable market in -
point of firmness, receipts being harelv sufficient
for current needs. -Prices for tomatoes were „
regular, with the tendency downward The m.
ket was * commencing ;to fill up. with ,»,* V
California stock, which had a d» P Te.,incsT**V
on | the sale of imported lots. Lumber* ,o^
were easy, with several lota of choice Crjs T u£

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