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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
HEAVY OFFERINGS
OF COPPER STOCKS
Early Weakness Is Shown by
Union Pacific and Other
Speculative Issues
Market Turns Strong at Mid=
day on Urgent Buying of
United States Steel
New York Stock List
♦ —— •>
F. r Button & Co.. 490 California strept,
members of the New York Stock Exchange, fur
nish tbe following list of boud and 6tocit sales
Paies i
STOCKS
I High! Low 1 Bid j Ask
l.<\v> AUts-Chalniers .. .j 2% 2»4 2% 3
1.2<>0 I*> pfd I 8U, 7Va 8%i 9
tmslg Copper... P0% 90% «>Vfe 90 Vi
.■■ Amei Beet Sugar. 70V 4 <»% *% l i
Do pH "«% 100
AmetCw 45% 44'ts «% 45%
iew Do pm 122% 122% i» w«
l.OOOLUtter Car & Fdrj 62% 61% 62% 62%
100 Do pfd 11*5 1»K 4J* ■
a.OOOAmer Cettou OIL J W 57 r> f** Tfc
aeblAaet H & L pfd.| 3i> 8 30% 31 3n,
lAniir lee Stw.. 21% 22
9.200 Amer Unseed.... ITU 15% 1*% 16%
Do pfd i 4IS. 39 4<>i 4 41 1
2.100 Amer Locomotive.; 44'j 43*4 H% **%
Do pfd lOT's 107% i07%llO8%
Auit-r Malt 13%
lew l>« pf.i 82% e2^
8.300 Amor Smlt & Rig 87%
l«H Do pfd 108 10S (107 |10fU
im« Snuff 199 197 197 19"vs
i Do pfd 104 llOS
Anifr Sugar 126 u, I2i i,
Do pfd 121% 123
TOOjAmer Steel Fndrs 43% 44% 42 i 43
\nier Tel & Tel.. 143% 148% 143% 143%
2 Amcr Tobacco ;2-S2 7 « 279 279i s 280% <
100 Do pfd 108 U 105 '-i MB lor. u
Amer Woolen 27 30
' Dβ pfd 8" 90
3.400'Anacouda 48% I 46% 40% 45%
V?lan Coast Line. 140% 140i +i 1404
Vtch Top & S 1*8.1109% i'Ht» 4 Wt% IW'a
L>o pfd 102% 102% 108% 108%
2.900 Baltimore & Ohio 106-% 107
Do pfd 88% 87%
2,000, Bethlebem Steel.. 50% 50 50*5 50%
3O0i Do pfd "!i 77"s 77 Vj 78
'Brklyn Rap Trau. 91 81U
«.900iCauadian Pacific. 267% 265% 267% 287% !
CUlno Copner 43% 42% 43% 43%
l.aOOiObea & Ohio 83% 83 83% 834
'Chic & Alton 19 23
iit Western. 18% 17% 18% 18%
2,700 Do pfd r . 35% 32% 35 35Vi
Die A: N W«trnl41%141 .141 141%
S.lOOCblc Mil & St P. 112% 111% 111% 11*%
Do pfd J141 141 141 il42V 4 j
•',.700 Central Leather... 33% 82% 33% 88% |
Do pfd ;100% ! 99% 100 100% j
Cent of X J ! I ;370 380
CI' C i St L ; ' 58 60
Do pfd 98 101%
1.500 Colo Fuel & Iron. 42% 41% 41% 42
Do pfd 142
Colo Southern | 39 41
r>0 1st pfd I I 72 76
Do 2d pfd j 66% 70
l.UMi Consolidated Gas. 148% 145% 145% 14«%
43.400 Corn Products 22 10", 21 21%
Do pfd 3»Vi 87%! 88% S8%
Del & Hudson U68V* Wβ
r> L & W I !530 1545
D & R 8 21%! 22
Do pfd 40 ; 4'V;
l.eOOiDU Securities 30V* 30 30 I 80%
DuluthSS&A.. 9U 10
Do pfd 16% 20
5.000 Erio 85% 85% S5% 35*i
100 Do l«t pfd 53 I 53 [53 53%
Do 2d pfd I I I 42% •*:,
4iHi(; Pn Electric 182% 182% 182 182%
>rt Northern Ore. 48%! 48% | 4& 7 ii 49Mi
1.600JGrt Northern pfd. 139 138% 139%|189%
1.400'Goldfleld Con ( 2% 2%i 2%i 2%
I* f> Illinois Central... 1129% 129 120 {30
2.500 Interboro Metro.. 21% 21 21%] 21%
2.800 Do pfd 66% 66% 66% 68%
Inter M*r Marine j 5 5%
Do pfd 19% 20%
«oo inter Paper 17% IT 17% 17%
1.300! Do pfd 59% 59% 58 59%
l.900iIntpr Pump 28%I 27% 28 28%
I Do pfd j j 'SO 81
llowa Central 12 ' 13
' Do pfd j>5 j 2S
300 K C Southern.... : 20 •« 29% 29% 20' 8
Do pfd SB 88
'>ehigh Valler 17e%«75% 176% 1176%
Uegett & Meyers 22.'. 021% 223 223%
WO Do pfd 117 1117 115 117
5,500 P. Lorillard Co.. 2I5>4|208 209 21O%
800| Do pfd 116% Hβ 117
L & N 160-% 161%
IMackar 84
100 Do pfd I 68 68 68
Mexican Central..: ! ! 88% 27
ll,500;Mex Petroleum...I 89Vi! 87U| 87%
Minn & St r ' 28 26%
Do 1st pfd I 50i* H
1.OOOM StPi S M M 144% 144 144%
: Do pfd .153 155
Mo Kan & Tex. 28% 28 7 S
20OJ Do pfd 62 62 64 T £ CC,
4.5(V> Miami Copper... 28 27% 27% 28
l.«on Missouri Pacific. 46% 45%' 44% 4."
TOO. Nations' Le.ad... 08% 65% 65% 66
Do pfd I 109 110%
l.!>00'\ational Btoceit,]l33% 130% 133 134
! I'o pf.i ' 123 126%
2.20OiNevada Cons ... 23 22H 22 T 4 23
IN T Air Brake..' 77 78
5<K>!N Y (Vntrsl llfi 115% 115% 116
OH Y C & St L 1 57Vi 60
Do 1st pfd 104 120
Do 2d pfd.... «6 90
N Y N H & H. 138% 188
aOOJM Y Ont & W.. 37 3f.% 36*4 37
1.900:Norfolk & West.|116% 116% ll6iA|ll6%
t Do pfd 87 I 02
(North American 84% 84%
2.900; Northern Pacific, 127 V* 126% 127 127%
iOmaha 133 13S
I Dn pfd :. 1150 |160
20n'PaHn> Mall 34% 34 8S%| 84U
Pan TpI & Tel I I 49 j 49%
B.20OiPeBD R n Co... 124V. l24i»iil24U'124%
SOOI People's Ga« 121 " 120% 120% 121
1.60o:pittshnrK .Coal.. 25% 24 ! 24% 25
! r»o pfd I I I 90 ! 0«%
! P C C L. i |107%I109
i do pfd ... ! i ino 1120
! 20OPr*eted S Car...: 89% 38%| :!'.)' 4 30%
loo! Do pf.l 102% 102% 101%|l02%
l.WOiRay Cons I 21% 21V 21% 21%
;Rv Sterl S Co.. ! ' 88% 8S%
! Do pfd ! 1102', ion
:..'.. (X*< Read ins 177% 17ei^|176%jl77
noi> r»o 1«t ! 90 I 90 ! 90 ftO'i
Dβ 3d pfd : ; Oβ 97'
,Y4»<VRppunl!<- S & I.. **** 83% ."-l 3414
W«i Do .pfd 92% 91% »2 92%
7oO.ftefk l«!anr) Co..] 27% 27% 27%
snoi Do pfd I 54% 54 54% 5S
SOOSloHe R S & I Co! 67% " 57% Sβ
•JtOi Do pfd |107TJ[107',i! 95 108
St IAS Fist pfd!..... 1 «2 I 04
2M| D" 2d pM....| 36% I 36%! 36% | 37
L & S W...J 39% W% 39% 39%
too 1 Do pfd I 78 I 7R i 77 78
1.200 'Southern Partflc. .miUlll0% 111 111X4
SnutUern Railway' 2»%j 2J»%! 2»% 2ft%
Do pfd . Q&U
-riO'Tpan Copper 44% 43%! 43%1 t4',
ITexas Pacific i ' 24-% ! 2:>' A
aOOIThitd Aronuo 40%j 40 40% 40-%
Toledo Bt L tt W ' 14 IS
3aq! Do pM ' 83% S3 82% 33%
40O;Twtn City R T. .1107 107 106% 1071:
17.600 f l*nlou PaciUc 1727* 171 % 1172 id J 72 2
.. ' Do P W .....I..... 8»14 »%
l.R0O'UrtftT>d R.ts Tnr Co 1 3." ! 33% 34 ' 33
I.<WW] Do pfd I «4 I 62 ! 63% R4
<;of, i" s Qart Icon P. Zl%\ 20% 20% 21%
LW- Do pfd «4%| R3 ' (W%| SI
400?tT'S Rubber : 03% 53 ' 53 58ti
i DftJ«t ]•?<!. . . ii*W%11<1*W
! Do 20 pfd. . . ;«%( f>0
83,2fto;u-S St«Pl Cor.. 79% 7S% 79% 79%
pom Do pf.i mvni ins ii.'u
S.ftOO-lTUli Conper Ki%\ fGK\ S3
t -Car Chem Co.l 40 t«% »%
ion , r>o pfd lll3%ill5%tH5U 117
icn'ITjths.sh -»'...' 4'.,. 4%] :,
500 Do pfd : H'4 , 14'v : 14% H'i
Well* Farco F.x..! 1 125 120
-1V1 Western Union...I 80m ftfiu
eOOiWest Maryland...! 36%] 56%I r.<;i, M "
! Do pM ' ; t;> . r»%
nm'WeKtfnrbottBS ...I 83 ' 85 | 84%! R3
100 W &. T, E I 9%J »%\ R% 10,
iWi! Do l«t pfd ' 38% ::2', : 38 !SU
000! Do 2'! pfd ! 15%! 15% I i:> Hi "
!VViscoD8in Central! ; | 55 [ 9t%
4S2.500 —Total shares sold.
214 2%
7V2 8%
90% 90%
«9% 70%
96',^
44% 45%
122% 123
61% 62i 4
119% il" T e :
; 57
98
30% 31
21%
16%
39 40%
43% «%
107'.. 107%
14%
621.4 BS%
m% 87
10s iio7 :
197 197 I
104 :
128U :
121%:
I 43i, 4 42
143% 143% :
279 279% I
105% Wβ
87
45% 45%
140% 14O'- 4 ::
109% 100%
102%
;106% 108%
86%
50 50V5
- 77%
91
-'-.:>\ 267% :
42% 43%
83 »iH
19
17% 18%
. 35
141 141
U1%111%
141 |141 |:
! 32%
! 99%hOO
i370 :
CO
! !
70%
100 t
i 45%
140 :,:■■■
62% i i
11M,
VI •»
99
314
22
16%
.41 1
■ 444 ;
108%
13Vi
j t>0
: *T4
108%
197%
1 105
127.%
138
; 4:;
143%
280% .
1051^
30
90 ,
45%
11401,
109%
■108%
107
S7i s
00%
78 '
91U
'207',
43%
834
23
18%
351,
141%
1121,
142% j
! 88%
ioo2 •
38ft
52
98
41% 41%
142
t on
I 58
98
41%
142
I Sβ
66%
145%
21
8S
16B%
00
101%
42
; : -:
2J
! \ ee%
145% 145%
19% 21
! 87% 88%
I I169V4
41
76
70
14#%
2U4
«>% i
170
IsiM
I ;s3o.
|O4ft
: 22
; 40'4
1 80%
10
20
85%
4:.
182%
ii 49 U,
, 139%
> 2%
13<>
ii 21U
1 66%
1 20%
: 17%
59%
SEOv
81
I 13
i 2S
20*8
176%
21%
40
30 30 I
9V4
1*%
33% 35%
53 [53
i I 42%!
182% 182
, 48% i 48%
138% 139%
, z%\ 2%:
; 129 129
, 21 21%
1 66% 66%
[.'.'.'.'. 19%
, 17 Vt%
W% 59
: 27% 28
' m
12
-••■
3»% 29%
r>2
1175% 176%!
221 % 223 !
Ill" 115 j
115
'lie
160%
84%
67%
38%
! 87%

50%
144
153
233i
64%
27%
44%
65%
109
133
22%
77
115%
104
Weekly Trade Review
NEW YORK, Oct. IS.—R. 0. Dun & Co.'s re
view of trnde tomorrow will say:
"Business activity continues to advance, un
cherked by the political complications in Kurwpe.
"Dry jroods markets are iteerty, despite lower
quotations for raw cotton and a tendency to
move giowJy until after the flection. Kppent
orders are fr"qnpnt. and for Bm«ll !ot<;. Jobbers
showing little disposition to nllow their stocks
to run as l»w «b last ye«r. There is still con
siderable curtailment of output, due to scarcity !
of labor «nd shorter hours. Mills eneatted on ]
knit poods end hosiery are busy and runnin» i
overtime. DrenH jroods apd men's wear in woolen |
«nd worsted fire in Hti eM-eptionnlly poo<] po»i
tlon from a mercantile sn<l tn.iniifacturing >trji)d
pnint. Silk uoTeltles are sellinp well
"Footwear markets nre notably strong. Or
ders are n>>w ]«ree. Rr.d tlie majority call fur ]
early delivery. New Knelwnd manufacturer* nre
fully empliyfii nnd have urgent demand for
early Rliitunents.
■t "The markets for hides eont'rme strong and
Ibices are above all rirerfons f(ii<itat i-ins."
Br-idstreefs tomorrow will pay:
"Tli* eiiuation is one of sustained activity.
Operations on Change Marked
By Dullness and Irregularity
NEW YORK. Oct 18.—Dullness and irregularity were the dominating
features of today's operations on the stock exchange. Revival of recent
unsettlement on the foreign exchange was a. contributing factor.
There was no liquidation of our stocks abroad, but London's level of
prices at the close showed a number of material declines, especially in
Canadian Pacific, the coppers and American Smelting. The feature here
at the opening was the heavy offerings of Amalgamated Copper.
Early weakness was shown by Union Pacific and a few other Issues
of speculative importance, but the market turned strong at midday on
urgent buying of United States Steel, which scored its best price of the
week. This movement impelled short covering in the general list, after
which the market lapsed into extreme dullness, except for spasmodic ad
vances in specialties, chiefly the tobaccos.
Forecasts point to a moderate cash gain by local banks and a further
contraction of loans is extremely probable. No material change In call
or time loans was noted, but the tone remained firm, especially for the
Bonds moved uncertainly, with recessions in some of the more spec
ulative issues. Total sales, par value, aggregated $1,450,000.
United States government bonds were unchanged on call.
NEW , YORK Oct. IS.— "E. F. Hutton & Co.'s wire says: "There •was a
resumption of bullish activity today when the standard issues resumed
the leadership and advanced with an eas-e which indicated that a new
short interest had been formed in the last couple of days
"An excellent response was made by United States Steel to the favor
able trade news. The advance of 50 cents a ton in pig iron prices in the
south was regarded as a most important development and was immedi
ately followed by an increased buying demand for United States Steel
stock The price*advanced to a new high level for the week.
•Reading- and Lehigh Valley recovered easily, the street being com
narativelv indifferent regarding the possibility of a decision in the anthra
cite trust case on Monday. The anti-trust law appears to be losing its
I( "The decline in National Biscuit strengthened the belief that the extra
dividend would not be paid this year. It was contended that when an
nouncement of only the regular dividend was made it would be found to
Ve *'Corn Pr^diVcts 6 preferred advanced with the common, selling up to 89
when the other roso to 22 on good trade reports. The market bids fair to
maintain its present strength and increase rather than diminish its pres-
Pnt short Interest. Ftocks should be bought on all setbacKs, and we be
lieve among the industrials Steel is one of the best speculative invest
ments at the present time."
EASTERN STOCK AND BOND QUOTATIONS
New York Bonds
. ——-♦•
U S ref 28 reg...10l (Japan 4>-ia 81%
Do coupf>n 101 Ku City So ref Sβ
Do Ss reg 102VL ShCT deb 45.1931 92%;
L»o coupon 102VL & N unified 4s. 98
Do 4s ret; 113%; M. X & Tex Ist -is 9-%
Do coupon 113% Do gen NJ
Panama 3* coupon.!ol%!Mo Pacific 4s '.i/S
Al-Chal lft 5* ctfs 61 ' Do cv 05........ »<^
Amer Agricnl Bβ. 101% S R of Ilex *»■• f*.,
Amer T&T cv 4e.113% N V C gen 80^*
Amer Tobacco 6s. 120 I Do deb 4s Jl%
Armonr 4'.s .... 81% NT,KB* H cv 90
Atchison g."n 4s. . 97%!N0r & W Ist con 4s 97
Do cv 4s, 1960.106 ! Do cv 4s U«%
Do cv 5s Pacific 4s i ,Si *
Atlan C L Ist 4s Bβ : Do 3s J*J
Bait & Ohio 45.. 97V0 S Line rfug 4s. o.'*
Do SV-s 82%iPa cv SViss 1910 --, X,',/
Brookiyu Tr cv 4s 91 T 8 Pa con 4s XOTJI
Central of Ga 55.1074 Reading gen 45... PJjVfe
Cent Leather 55.. 95% St L & S X fg 4s. ..■•?»
Chps & Ohio 55.. 90%\ Do gen 5s 84
Do con 41.S St L S W con 4s. 80V 4
Chi & Alton 3fes. 65 [Seaboard AL adj 5s tO
C, B & Q lotnt 4s 9.".%;50 Pacific c«l 45.. S-S^s
Do gen 4s 954 Do cv 45........ 9^i
C.M& StP cv 4&5.10.-%! Do Ist ref 45.. 9.5%
CRIi Pac col 4s. 60%i50 Railway 5s iot>
Do ref 4s *7%| Do gen 4s <S%
Col So r&est 4'«s. 94>41 Union Pacific 49..1W>H
Del & Hud cv 4«. !t7' 2 ! Do cv 4s 102%
Den & R G ref C* 88%] Do Ist & ref 4s. »H
Distillers . r .« 731* 1 D S Rubber 65...103U
Erie prior lien 4s. 86WW 8 Steel 2d C.5..1021V
Do gen 4s 77 !Va Car Cbem r.s. . 97^
Do cv 4s, ser B. 7S'i!Wabash lst&eit 4s
111 Cen Ist ref 4s. 9314 Western Md 45... 85%
Int Met 4HS 81% 'Westing El cv ">s. 94^
Int Mer Mar 4%*, Central 4s 91%
♦ ; ♦
New York Mining Stocks
+. _
Com Tanoel Stock lOlMcxican 2.6 T.
Com IMnnel Bonds 15 Ontario ...Oct
Con V a Slin Co.. *»[OpMr 4 2
Iron Silver l..Vt standard 1.00
Leadville On ... OSiYellow Jacket 27
Little Chief O4|
j New York Curb Stocks |
NEW YORK. Oct. 18.—* F. Hntton & Co.'s
vfire sars: "Tr-daT's curb market was irregular.
The trading was small. GUroox gained fraction
ally, but other stocks rpported but slight changes.
British-American Tobacco and United Cigar
Stores were active. United States Motors com
mon ami preferred were in good demand, on an
arbitrage business. The market was fairly
steady at the close."
The following list is fnrnlshed by E. F. Hut
ton & Co., 490 California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask. , Bid. Ask.
Anglo Oil .. 18% m>. Mine? of Amer 2% 3
Belmont 9%, »%{M<mte Ph0.... 2 C
Braden Oeppr 6% 7 !N>v Hills ...19-16 1%
no Os 148 150 iNiplssing B'i 8%
British C 01... 4% •". 'dliio Copper. .1 11-16 1%
Chi Subway.. 4 7 [Pa*. (i&K com 64% '".i t
C.-lorado 17 IS I Do pd 93 95
Con Ariz ...9-16 -VPbeJim Dodge.2lS 222
D:ivis D«ly.. i'U San Toy 27 29
Dohie ht SfSioex Con ..2 4
Pok.rrs 2'i 4. IS \V Miami.. 6 7
El Rayo I'j 2ft|fle Utah Jw %
Ely C' j nt ... % 2 i.Svamlard OH,
Ely Cou 20 22 | esc subs 39R 402
El Pa*o .l. 5%' Do Cal 159 161
First Nat ... l|j 1%1 Do Ind 322 328
Fraction 11 13 IStewart 13-16 15-16
Florence 75 SO [Ton of Nov.. 6% 6%
Oiroiix 4% 5 Trl Bullion... % %
(rlti Daisy ..7 S jTunlumne 2% 2%
GM Beliriont. 14 Iβ 'United Copper 1 1
Greene Can.. lOi-* 10%; Do pfd S 20
Rallinger ... 144 15 fj s Light... 14 16
Halifax 1% 2 [Yukon 3 7-16 314
Iron Blossom.l2o 125 IWest Pa Ry. 814
Int Rubber .. 11% 124 Do 5s 82V- M
J C Case pfd.loo Pow pfd 52 S3
Jim Butler .. Oβ 71 | Do com ... 26 L' 9
.Tutnbo Ex .. 85 37 [Mizpah Ex .. 97 99 .
Kerr Lkt.2 11-16 2 13-16 Tnn Exton ..2% 2 11-16
Kej*tooe ... 1% 2%jWe*t Knd ...1% 113-16
In H«.-p 2% 2 1 /2 ;Wettlaiifer .. 33 88
I.ehigh C0a1..245 2SS [Ton Merger. .lVs 13-16
Mason Val .. 12% 12*6 Butte & N Y. 1% 2
Uaya OH ... 27 PO [Alaska Gold.. 9U »tt
Van Trn..l 13-16 1 15-16 U S M..tor. . 2% 8%
>lanconi 7 7%\ Do pfd .... <> 6i 4
MoKinUy Dar I T 4 2 [Tobacco Pr0d.129 150
Montnn» Ton. 214 Do pfd I04%104T»
! Miami >« . . .ISO 190 !
So many lines are far enough sold ahead as to
invest Uμ situation in general with 9 high de
cree <>f assurance. Burins for immediate deliv
etjr is of heavy proportions nix] calls for ship
ments firo as insistent »s herrtofere. thus indi
catine tfc«t str--ks are mm and that goods are
Tvanteri in a liurry- Shipping rooms of many of
the leading merchant honors are forced to work
double tore*.
"On MlO other han<l. retnil trade has not en-
Joyed a full share ..f the activity witnessed in
other qtinrffrs. Mild n-either in vnrious parts
of the country has mitigated against the free
distribution of staples, though in sections where
(be weather has been seasonable a good turn
over has been enjoyfd.
"Industrial operation* in the principal lines
have not lost any of their well known activity.
"Buolnestt failures in the United States for
the week ending October 17 were 187, against
273 last week and 258 In the like week of 1911.
Buetnem failures In Canada for tie week nnm
b> r 26, against 22 last week and 24 in the cor
responding week of 1911.
"WhoMt ■lni-!ud:ng fxpnrts from the
I'lll ted States and Canada for the week ending
< ictoh<-r 1". aszregnte 5,795,610 bushels, against
6.481,281 last"week and 2.541,604 this week last
year.
•■Corn p\por(s for the week arr , 57,569 bushels,
agaiuft 00,050 last week aDd 6.31.012 lit ttll."
»w York Money Market
NKW YORK, Oct. IV Mon"y on call firm at
4'.,r,;4-,j per cent. Ruling rate. 4 a 4 per cent;
cloeinx bid. 4% per ceDt; offered at per cent.
Time loans firm. Sltty day*. r.i._,fa,.*»; per
cent: 90 days. 5 a 4 per ccut; six months, 5%3
5% per cent.
Prime mercantile [iaper. G per cent.
&terl!pg oxchanpe. ensy. with actual business
i<l bankers - Mils »t $4.8175 for 60 day bills and
! ;it W. 8575 for demand.
CoaMBM-ctsl bill*, ?4>1 1 -
Kar silver, 63 % C.
Mexican dollars, •t'i'V-.
• i'vcrtiriicnt lK>mis, ttpady; railroad bonds,
Northern Business
SEATTLE. Oct. 18.— cieariu?-, $2.621.554;
balanc-R. PZSB.IM.
TAOOMA. Oct. 18.—Clearings, $728,918; bal
:incev. !t!>^.2sr>.
PORTI>AM>. Oct. 18.—I'lcariitgs. 12,143,160;
I balances $212,034.
SPOKANE. Oct. IS.— Clearings, $$17,000; bal
j r-m-.'«v $8t,139.
loans, Excßange and Silver
Sterliiis: exchange, was slightly lower yester
i <l;iy. while ifongkong and domestic rates were
I unchanged. Bar silver had auother small gain
in the big market?.
Commercial paper &%&# percent
Loans on real estite .o'iejteVa per cent
Sterling exchange. 00 days —fa 4.si'a
J Sterling exchange, s-icht — 'tti.W
Sterling exchange, cables —<jai.B7
New York exchange, sight —ftjj .01
New York exchange, telegraphic — % .04
Honfkong exchange, sigjit —'a ,Qo^|
Hongkong exc-hange. telfßraphlc. - in .5OT S
New York silver, per ounce '<; .t\"%
Loßdoa silver, per uuuet. —ij 2'J 316 d '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER .19, 1912.
Boston Stocks
«. «.
BOSTON. Oct. 18.— E. F. Huttou & Oo.'s wire
save: "Boston market displayed a generally
steady and firm tone, with trading improving
during the morning. Butte and Superior is being
purchased in good quantities and looks as if it
would sell higher. East and North Botte were
well bought. I'nited Frait was the 6tar, how
ever. adTancing over four points on splendid
burin* of good sized blocks. The late trading
became apathetic."
The following list is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton & Co., 490 California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. ii£ 71,4 0 jib way 3Vij 4
AMouez 44% 45V 2 Quiney 87 SS
Arcadian 3 3% Shannon 15 l^Vg
Aria Com ... 4 4>;'Santa Fe 3 5-16 3%
A P 4t* 4V3!United Shoe.. &$% 551..
Do pfd ... 2f> 7 4 21 I Do pfd 29 29>.;
Balaklala ... 3V a 3% Super & Bout, 1% l! s
Cal & Ariz.. 81 Super Copper. 43% 44
Cal & Hecla.sSs 590 [Tamarack .... 46i 3 47
Centennial .. 21 2Hi|Trinlty 5 !Ui
Copper Range 57% SSVilu S Mining.. 47% 48 "
Daly West... 3V* 3%! Do pfd OOVi 50%
East Butte... 16% lfiWrtah Apex ..2 214
FrankHn 1114 12 ITTtab Coa ... 134 13%
Oranby 63T£ 64 Victoria 2Vi 3
Hancock 26% 27 Wolverine ... 74 75
Helvetia .'...90 95 fWyandotte .. 2
Islp Royale.. 34H 35 |WiiH»a 4% 5
Indiana 17 lOreene Can... IOV4 10%
Kerr Lake .. 2% 2% Glronx 4% 41$
Keweenaw ..' 2 2 3-16 Bay On 21% 21 7 A
Lake Copper. 34v: 35 fAlgoanah Sfi 4
La Salle sft 5%(80s & Maine. 99^100
Mass Con .. 7 & Albany.2l3 —
Mich Mm .. 1% 2i.i!Bos Elev 123 124
Mohawk Bβ Fnilt..l9o 190H
North Butte. 37% 38 Swift 1061410*5%
Nev Con ... 22% 23 |Old Colony .. 8% 9
North Lake.. 4 4^ ! Mayflower ... 12 12*4
Old Dominion 62 62V>!Zinc 33V. 88%
OsceoJa. — J l3 | Butte & Super 48 48%
« — *
Boston Curb Stocks
♦- *-
The following list is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton &. Co.. 490 California street, San FrmcNeo:
Bid. Ask.; Bid. Ask.
Artz & Mich. — 10 jKeyston* 1% l^
Bohemia 24 3 (Majestic 44 46
Boston Ely .. 1 im Mason Val .. 12% 12 T *
Celaveras ... 2% 2%lNev Douglas..3% 3 15-16
Cactus 9 11 (Ohio 1% —
Chief Con ... 25 26 lOneco 2U 2%
China 43 43i§:Shattuc'k ATiz. 25% 20'
Davis Daly.. 2U 2%|Sup & C.lobe. R 10
Eagle <fc B B. 1% iy.;South Lake... 7 S
Ely Witch... r> » [United Verde. 50 65
Inspiration .. Baltic... 2 2*4
♦j •-
London Closing Stocks
■* ,—+
Cons for money.73 3-16 ! T,ou1sv & Nasb 163
Dr. fr» r sect ~W,M. X & Teyas... . 2J>%
Amal Copper 92%1N V Central m%
Anaconda 9%tNorfolk A West., .119%
Atchison U2%j Do pfd 90U;,
Do pfd 105 'Ontario & West... 87U
Bait & Ohio lioVilPpnnsylranla G4 "
Canadian Pac ...275 -Rand Mines 6U
Ches & Ohio 85t;iReading ftns,
Chi Great West.. I'mSo Railway &M&
Chi, Mil & St P.115i4r Do pfd 84v;
De Beers 20 jRo Pacific ..; 113%
Den & Rio G 22i/MUnion Pacific 177
Do pfd 411/41 Do pfd 91' i
Erie 38% lU S Steel SI
Do Ist pfd 54 I Do pfd 11*
Do 2d pfd 44 fWabash r>
Grand Trunk 2e«4t Do pfd 14« i
111 Central « | '*
B«r silver—Steady; 29% d per ounce.
Money—3 pe r oent.
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bills is 44 per cent and for three months ,
bills 4%@4% per cent.
Condition of the Treaaary
WASHINGTON. Oct. 18.—The condition of
the United States treasury at the beginning of
business today was:
Working balance in treasury offlere, $86,131,
--779.
In banks and Philippine treasury. $32,620.550
Total of the general fund. $14."i,361,92ti
Receipts yesterday. $2,381,189.
Disbursements yesterday, $1,706,966.
The deficit to dnfp this flsfal yenr is ?e 954 -
sr;s. as against a deacit of $21.202.542 last "rear
Thi' figures for receipts, disbursements ami
deficit exclude Panama canal und public debt
transactions.
CONTINENTAL
New Tork on Paris r jq
New York on Mexico 2 01%
Parlf on 28:25
Berlin on Louden ........ SJolso
Bank Clearings
NKW YORK. Oct. i*.—Bradstrcefs baok
clearings report for the week ending October 18 '
J?< re , gate of * 1 .«47.043.000. as against
$.{,630.-»8l.OOO last -week and $::,498 OCiO hi
tae corresponding week last year. The follow
ing is a list of the cities:
Percentage.
Amount Inc. Dec
New -iork $2,123,17:3.000 0 9
Chicago 314,911.000 . %*
Boston 186.147,000 .. r>o
Philadelphia 16«,904,O0O l'j '
St. Louis 82,040,000 ... n^
Kansas City «3,342,000 10 1
Pittsburg r.7.158.000 39
San Francisco.... F>7.015,000 .. i.i's
Baltimore 40.794.000 " Si
Cincinnati 85.940.000 .... 13!5
Minneapolis 34,784.000 20 9
New Orleans ■ 21.888,000 12.3
Clev«»leiid 25,047.000 09
. 25.44,->.OOO 18.1 .
r.os Angeles gr,. 325,000 1.4
f0.00*.000 10.4 ..[■
Milwaukee 15,067.000 S.B
LeotarOle 14.008.000 .... 92
Atlanta 17.408.000 .. 4C
Portland, Ore 14.3R2.000 .. . 3}
***** , 18.*».000 .... Tie
2£ F a"I 13.906.0<»0 18.1
Buffalo 12,475.000 04
I'enver 10.034,000 .01
Indianapolis £.({46,000 .". ft
Providence 10.049,000 i' 9
Richmond 8.658,000 9."i
Washington, D. C. 7.579 000 9 4
Memphis 11.586.000 13.c
St Joseph 7.002,000 4 4
Salt Lake City... 7.C90.000 «.:; ."'
Fort Worth 11.012.000 14 2
Albany * c.259.000 13" 6
Columbus 6.021.000 .. "a
Savannah. 8.546.000 .. 14
Toledo 5.452.000 «o
Nashville. 7.497.000 55 S
Hartford 4.973,000 .. "ni
Spokane. Wash... .. . 10 '.
Tacoma 4.058.000 91 c
Dos Moines 4.975.000 13.6
Ttacliester ri.o:!B.OfH> .... 'j'j
Duluth S.«0«.0<» 48 5
Macoo .'..1Tf1.000 ..'. 'k'i
Ouklsnd. Cal 4.554.000 1 3
Norfolk 4.708,000 22.4
Wichita 3.444.000 ... 'oA
Pcoria ...' 3.7e2,000 I,g
Now Haven .'5,297,000 ... 'i'o
Jacksonville. Kla.. 5.163,000 10 0
Scranton 2.519.000 .. . 'k'k
Grand Rapids 3.354.000 7^4
Btrnilngham. ..... 3,i5e,000 8 ."i
Si.mx City :•..156.000 r.9 7
Ga 2.293.000 ..
Syracuse "J.SSO.OOO 4.3
EransviUe 2,751,000 0.2 *"
Worcester 5.015.000 .. "i'>
Sprinjrtiold. Mass.. 2.»24.(Xt0 0.8
I>arton 2,158,608 ' otj
Oklahoma 2,761,000 12.3
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
Interest in trading , on the Stock and Bond exchange was captured easily
yesterday by Associated Oil stock, r>6o shares of which changed hands at from
$44.37% to $45.50. The individual sales were ail of small proportions, only one
transaction of 100 shares being made.
Word came from New York before the morning session here opened that
100 shares of Oil had sold there at $41.50, but this low figure, instead of shak
ing out any stock here, was regarded as a suspicious circumstance which might
precede a buying campaign. This, evidently, was just what was counted upon,
for New York, quoting the price of $41.50, tried hard to get stock here at some
thing around that price. None was forthcoming, however, until the bid rose
several points above that figure.
Great Western 5s sold at $87.50 and closed $87.37 *£ bid, $88 asked. Western
Power preferred was $54.50 bid, and the common $25.50 bid, $26 asked.
A sharp strengthening of People"s Water 5s was witnessed, the bonds
changing hands at $81.
LISTED SECURITIES
SALES OCTOBER 18. 1312
Morning Session Afternoon Session
Board— Board —
30 Associated Oil Cβ 44.374 X Alaska Packers' Assn ...90.25
10 Associated Oil Co 44.50 110 Associated Oil Co 45. 2j
25 Associated Oil Co 44.75 60 Associated Oil Co 40.3i4
55 Associated Oil Co 45.00 150 Associated Oil Co «' a
25 Associated Oil Co, s 90 45.00 5 Onomea Sugar Co 38..v>
420 Associated Oil Co 43.25 100 Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co 21.50
25 Associated Oil Co 45.37% 10 Peoples Water Co <pfd>. s 90.. ".."?.<¥J
S Alaska Packers' Assn 90.52 $2,000 Great Wee tern Power 5s 5..50
$3,000 Park & cliff 6s 99.5"% $7,000 Market St Ry Ist Con 5s 92.50
f 1.000 S P R B Ist refdg 4s. cash 03.75 $2,000 Natomas Con of Cal 6s 9A^
$5,000 g f. Oak & Saa JkWS Ry 5s 103.00 $3,000 Oakland Water Co r.e 9...~>
$2,000 United R R of S t 4s 68.00 $2,0f>0 Pacific Electric Ry 5s Ktt.<.>
$10,000 People's Water Co 3s 81.00 $2,000 Pacific Gas & Electric 5f 91 # oo
Street— $1,000 Sacramento Ei. Gaß &Ry 5-5... 103.2-.
40 Alaska Packers' Assn 00.25 $10,000 Spring Val Wat gon nitge 4e.. f>.>.oo
Street— o .
2-" Alaska Packers' Assn 90.-.>
$5,000 Sacramento & Woodland 5s 93.00
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
BONDS Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
V. S. «onds— Bid. Ask. Oakland Transit Co 6e. 107 — |Cal Fruit Canners 117»4118V4
4e quar coop (new). 1134 — Do 5s — 104V4,E Idu Pont de N pfd. — -»•
3s quarterly coupon.. — — Do Con 5s — 104 ( Do common — 20*
Miscellaneous Bonds— Oakland Trac Con ss. 97% 98% Fireman's Fund las. . .2344240
Alameda Arfes W ss. — 04 Oakland Trac Co ss. — 9lV;Flrst Nat Bank of SF. 235% —
Associated Oil Co ss. 101 101 *», Oakland Water std 5s 95% — 'German Say & L0an.3175 —
Bay Counties Pow ss. — 101 %\ Omnibus Cable Ry 6s. 103 — 'Giant Powder Con — —
Cal Cent Gas &El 5e.102%103% Oro Electric Cdrp 6s. 984 9S4'Hawattan Coral & Sug. — 42
Cal Bl gen ss. eer A 88% — i Pacific Gas Imp 45.. S»% — [Hawaiian Sugar C 0.... 40% —
Cal O&.FA gm & ctss. — 102TilPacinc Gas & Elec ss. 90% 01*4 Houokaa Sugar Co — 10
Do unifying 5s — Pacific Electric Ry 55.103%104>/4!Humbo!dt Savings Bk. — 135
California St Cable ss. 101' 10241 Pacific Light & P ss. 96% 97 !Hutchinsou Sug Plant 10% —
California Wine 05... — 96X«| Do guaranteed 55.. — 100% :Kilauea Sugar Plant. 12 -~
Cent Cal Traction 58. — 944 ! Pacific Tel & Tel ss. 99%100 JMarin County Water.. 50 55
City Electric Co 55... — 894 ! Park & Cliff II Ry fis 99% — [Mercantile Nat Bank. — 240
Coast Counties LAP 5s 94% — Park & Ocean R R 65.100 — Mil! Val & MtTniSßy — —
Contra Costa Wat ss. 984l^OVi!People's Water Co 5s 80% —- (Mutual Savings Bank. 75 85
Do gen mtge 5s 93% 93% Sa,- E, Gas & Ry &*.103 1034, North Alaska Salmon.l 22 1274
Edison El of L A s*. 102 — (Sec &. Woodland Rss 95 — X Cal Power Co Con. 46% —
Edison Light & P 6r.105 — 'S Joaquin Lt & P ss. 90%*n0 'Onoinea Sugar Co 38
F. I duPontPwdr 4%e — 88%] Do Cor 6s, series A.101%10.1 !oro Electric Corp pfd. 74 —
First Federal Trst ss. 100% — |S F Electric Ry ."is.. — 90 Do common 1*5% —
Ferries & Cliff II R tis 9»% — jSF.Napa & Calis R 6s. 102% — Oro Water, Light & P.IOO —
Great Western Pow 5s S~\ RS BF. Oak &S J Ryss. — 108 'Paauhau Sugar Plant. 21U 22
Haw Com] & Sue Bβ. 1021? 198%' Do 2d mtge 5s — 96% Pac Aux Fire Alarm. £4 —
Honolulu R, T& L 6s. 103% — \ Do Con Ry 5s — 93% Pac Coast Borax pfd.loo%lol
Lake Tahoe K& T ss. — 97 SJ & S Clara R 445. 84 — I l>o common 72 —
U>ug Beach C Gas 65.100 — 'Santa BarbaraG&El6s. 1004102 ■ iPrciac Coast Casualty. — !•>••
Angeles Elec ss. — 101 iSlerra Ry of Cal 6e.. — — (Pacific Crude Oil Co.. — -'-'C
Los Ang Gas &El ss. — — ISPRR of Clc jr 3s. — 112% Pacific Light Corp pfd 79 —
Do Corp 5s 9f«'i — SPBraneh Rof Cbl 65.126 126%! Do common 9*4 —
Los Angeles Ry 5»..106%107% S P R R Ist ref 4b. M% 93VPacific Tel & Tel pfd. 994101
Do Corp 5s — — is Val Wat gen m 4s. 92T* — | Do common — *>0
Los Anj* Light gtd ss. 100 — ifulted Gas & Elec ss. — 1014' People's Water Co pfd. 53 —
L A-Pac R R lcm 58.103 T * — |United RRofS F4s R5% 6614 'Philippine Tel&T Corp 26% 274
L A-Pac RR of Cal 5s 99% 99%'Val Couuties Pow se. — 101 V* Realty Syndicate 1334 —
Maria Wat & Pow ss. 991* — STOCKS livings Tn Bk & Tγ.240 —
Market St Cable 65.. 100 "lOOH Alaska Packers' Assn. 90 — 'Security Savings Bank.C<>o 4m
Do Ist con mtge ss. 92% 82% Amalgamated Oil Co. — 85 a F-Oak T»r Rys.A pfd — 81
Mid Counties G&EI tts »'., -- American Nat Bank..lSO 13i Spring Vβ! Water Co. 61% «2%
Mill Val & MtTnißos.lOO — Anglo-Cal Trust C 0...125 — iSterllnjr Oil & Dev.. — 14
Natomas Con of Cal Gs 94% — Anglo & Lon P Bank. — 15«4;Union Sugar Co -- —
Nor Ry Co of Cal 55.112 — Associated Oil Co 454 45% Union Trust Co 24,.> —
Nor Cal Ry os I<>7% — Bank of Cal. N A.. .200%201% Tnion Oil Co of Cal.. — —
Nor Cal Power Co 35.101 — California St R R 1244 — |Union Provident Co.. — —
Do Con 5s — 91 Cal Ins Co (par $40) 72 — United Petroleum Co.. — —
Nor Electric Co 55... fts% 96%[Cftl Wine Asen pfd.. — West Coast Oil pfd.. — —
Oakland Gas, L&H os.lol —"[ Do common 39% 41 |
r.XLISTED SECURITIES
SALES OCTOBER 18, 1912
I.COO Honolnlu Con Oil 1-30 1 25 Pacific Gas & Electric (rom)... 64.87 Vi
5 Pacific Gas & Electric (com)... 65.00 J 7£> Pacific Gas & Electric (pfd) 93.75
The following are the latest quotations for unlisted securities on the San
Francisco Stock and Bond exchange:
BONDS Bid. Ask. ! Bid. Ask.
Bid. Ask.i South Tuba Water 65.105 1074 Northern Electric 20 —
Alaska Packers* 6s. ..105 — jSouth Pacific Coast 4s 93 — [Oabu Sugar 28 —
Amer River EJec ss. 984 — Sunset Telephone 6e..103% — Do Railway £B6 140
Associated Oil Ist ref — 08%[gutter 81 Ry 6e — 98 Oakland Bauk of Sar. —• 225
Bay Couuties Pow (ta.103 1044 Sperry Flour 6s — 100 iOakland Traction pfd. — S3
Blue Lake Water 6e.1024 — Truckee Lumber 6*.. — 87%1 Do common 30 40
Cal Northwestern 5«. .KH — United Light & P 6s. — 90 Ocean Shore. Ry 11% 14%
Coast Val G&EI lsttis.loo 101 United Properties ss. 50 65 iOafc. Antloch & E — 13
Geary Street R R — 54 Do debenture 6s 10 15 (Oak & Antloch Ry 20>4 —
Gen Petroleum bonds. — 75 West Mtg & Guaranty — 108 !Oro Development Co.. 444 45
Honolulu Plant 65.. .101%101% Western Pacific Ry i* — 5.34 Orpheum stock 19% 26
Hunt Land & Imp 6s. — 101 iYosemlte Valley R ss. — 80 ;owl Drug common SO —
Menlo Country Club.. — X*> STOCKS [Pacific Hard & H pfd. — 93
Mouterej & P GrT 6s. *- 97 Alara,eda Sugar 25 — 1 Do common -- 17
Mutual Electric Gμ... 97 — August Oil — 30c 'Pacific Port Cement.. — io
Miller & Lux 55..... 99% — Bank of San Jose... — 170 iPaciflc Gas & Blec pfd QZ% 94.
Mt Whitney Pow 65.1024 — Cal Cotton Mills 624 "0 Do common 64% 6."
Natomas Dcv 6e 100 — California Life Ins... 174 — iPalace Hotel stock —» 7SK
Do Land &. Mln 6s. — Cal Pacific Title pfd. — 100 People's Water com... ."»% 34
Do lid mtge 6s 69% 70Vi!cal Electric gen pfd. 784 — P«t & Secta Rosa Ry. 19 —
Northern Ccl Pow 6e. — 96 lOntral Cal Traction. 14 J.%4!Portug»iese-Amer Bank — 00
Nor West Elec (j«nba).llo 116 Central N Bof 0ak.150 165 jPouleen Wireless 83 374
Oceanic Steamship ss. — 100 Central Trust 116 — [Riverside Cement 40 —
Oak & Antiocli Ry sf». — 90 (Cypress Lawn — 4 jSacramento Hotel — 11
Oro Water. L& P 6s. — lO3i4!French-Amorican Bnk. — Sauealito Land & ¥.. 25 45
Oakland Gas L&H 6s.Hl General Petroleum ... 164 — [Standard Cement — 23%
orpheum 6s — 103V4 Hawaiian Pineapple.. 43 San Francisco Secur... 47% 62%
Pacific Port Cement6s.lOO — Honolnlu Plantation.. — ".9 iSan Joaquin Light &P 14 17
Palace Hotel Hβ 103 — Do pool — 39i>i Santa Oruz Cement — 40
Pet & Santa Rosa ss. 03% 95 Honolulu Oil 1.274 1-32% Sperry Floor 29 —
Do 6s 90 <)5 Italian-Americau Bnk. — 118%' Do preferred — 101
Philippine Tel 5s 88 83% Ken Land t> ISO — U.'nlon Ice Co 55 —
Do 6s 07 'Key Route pfd 544 — !Vulcan Fire Insurance. 14 —
Riverside Cement 65.. — 82%! Do common —- 22 [Weed Lumber Co 104 1124
S F & S Joaquin Vss. — 111% Mueot Copper 2 24 Western Pacific Ry.. . 7% —
SF & Nor Pacific ss. — Ki4% ! Mcßride Sugar 9 — iWells Fargo Bank — 185
Sierra &. S F Pow ss. — 97y-Metropolis Trust 70 — IWestem Amer Realty. 11% —
Standard Cement 65.. 92 — Matson Navigation ...120 — jWest Metropolis Bank. 80 —
Standard Electric ss. 924 — Mechanics' Savings... 75 — ' Western Meat C 0.... — 1064
S F Gas & Ele«- 445. 934 94 Noble Electric 164 24 'Western States Life.. U 12
Do n->n callable.... j>2 " 92% Nat Ice & C Storage. — 70 (Western Power pfd.. 54
Santa Cruz Cement 6s— 894'Natomas Consolidated — 13% Do common 25 26
South Cal Edison ss. — 97 | Nor West Electric... ■"■'> — |
,-Per Cent->
Cities— Amount. Inc. Dec.
Portland, Me 2.1R4.000 10.3
Chattanooga 2.1501.000 CO ....
Little Rock 2.523.000 25.9
Charleston, S. C... 2.274,000 ft.7 ....
Wheel ing. W. Va. 2.265.000 6.4 ....
Knoxville 2.083.000 9.0 ....
San Diego, Cal 2.878.000 22.2
Lincoln 2.050,000 4.4 ....
Reading, Pa 2.345.000 38.9
Topcka 1.335,000 28.5
Wlliulnsrtou, Del.. 1.WW.000 5.1
Davenport 1.6815.000 .07 ....
SiK-ramento, Cal... 2,»0.000 "...
Mobile * 1.440.J00 11.«
Wilkesbarre 1.500.000 .... 5.5
Akron 2.041.000 l.t) ....
Yonngstown 1.351.000 10.8
Waterloo. Id 1.473.000 5.6
Vail River • 1 .."78,000 .05
Canton O 1.r.82.000 3.1
Springfield. 11l 1.299,000 12.3
Fort Wayne 1 .203,000 "5
Now Bedford 1.803.000 5.7
Helena 1.520.000 10.5
Lexington j>oo.ooo 1.2
York. Pa 919.000 79.4
Columbia. S. C 1.488.000 32.1 ....
Erie. Pa 0n.'.000
Stockton. Cal Mt.ooo 124
ißoise Idaho S:;2.000, 7.7
ißockford. 11l fiSl.ooo 10.3
Mnekogee, 0k1a... 1.171.004). 23.3
I Kalamazoc Mi'-ii.. 7*0.n00 12.5
iQulncv. 11l 809.000 8.0
RlooiuiDKton, 111... 712.000 3.0 ....
Tu«la. OkU 787.000 45.7
Onden Utah 855.000 4.3 ....
fcSwell ..J| 578.0041 .... 9.8
Chester. Pi W7.000 .... 4.1
Springfield, 0 FWI.OOO 5.4-
! Sooth BeniL Ind... 1.903.000 22.0
i Binghaniptou- 808.000 14.9 ....
Sioux FalK S. D.. W3.000 78.0 ....
Jackson. Mies 439,000 ' 8.1
Decatur 111 541.000 7. i ...;
Mansfield, 0 4.'.'',.000 2.9
Fargo, N. D....... 577.000 14.9
rrom-nt. Neb 323.000 .... 3.6
Vicksburg. Mies... 356.000
Jacksonville 111.. 269.000 9.4
Trenton 2,084,000
MINING STOCKS
N>n-s nf developments on the new ore find in
the Sierra Nevada mine was anxiously awaited
in BuMi street mining st.K-k circles yesterday
and the watting attitude of brokers and investors
fausf'd g tame owning for tlio north cud Coin
stock shares on the regular call. Sierra Nevada
continued to bf the renter of interest, however,
and, although the volume of trading at the early
s4»sßlon of the board was much smalW than at
the carrenpoodlag time on the preceding day. tbe
stock opened steady and • practically unchanged
at 4."'<! »+.'. tlic call tired holders, who
wanted qtiick profit*. st«rted selling, and tbe
stock declined rapidly until just before the noon
adjournment when it whs selling at 32c. There
was c sharp rally from the low figure at the
afternoon session, the stork rebounding to 85e
ami closing firm with buyers bidding that price
for more. The lute rally li»'l «" the features
of a substantial buying movement and caoMd a
return of cheerfulness to tbe Bush street board
rborn.
Tlie decline in Sierra Nevada had a depressing
effect on the other north end Oomstocks. which
had a strong tone during the early trading
period. Consolidated Virginia dropped to 41c.
Union to 58c and Ophir to 43c.
Consolidated was still R firm feature of the
Uoldfleld group, and the recent rumors of a
cfHiilug rise In tbe stock seemed to bo bearing;
fruit „ It opened nt f2.66 and rose to $2.fi5, after
wliii-ii it rec*>(lcl. Tftc ensiness was of short
duration however, for the stock closed firm, with
fair buying at tbe day's high price. Merger
Mines was steady at .",1c and Florence was in
denuinii fit 75c.
Tbe Tonopnhs were generally steady, with price
changes small. The Merger was well supported
at $1.15 with 13.000 cUai-es (banging bauds at
that figure North Star was moderately active
at 3T@Mc in the late trading. Wost Knd was
freely bought at $1.80, Tonopah of NeTada Mlit
no to $6.00 and Belmont nad a few trades
at $:i.r,;,.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
following were the sales on the San Kraueleco
Stock exeimniife resterda.r:
Regulur 2H'>rnin<r Session »
1000 Atlanta 17! North Star ... ",1
200 Best & Belcb. Oβ! 300 Scorpion 13
100 Con Va M 431 400 Sierra Nev ... 43
1100 Crown Point.. 48; 1800 Sierra Nev ... 44
100 Old Con M... 2. w>12300 Ton Merger . ..1.15
1000 Midway 531 200 Union Con 63
Afternoon Session
500 Alta OotlOOO Ited Hills 02
2000 Atlanta IS: 800 Ravage 13
500 Belmont 9.53[1000 Scorpion 10
300 Best & Belch. Oβ; 300 Seg Belcher .. 13
1000 Best & Belch. 031 500 Seg Belcher .. 14
3000 Com Fraction. ll[ 200 Sierra N«t ... 44
800 Con Va M 4411000 Sierra Nev ... 43
100 Con Va 11.... 39 200 Sierra Nor ... 41
2OoOld Con M...2.60 1000 Sierra Nev ... 40
200 Old Con M...2.«5 100 Sierra Nev ... 3!»
900 ffld Merger M. 31| 500 Sierra Ncr ... 88
200 God Id & Cur. 03; 1000 Sierra Nev ... 37
204> Hale & Norc. 17! 500 Sierra Nev ... 30
I** Hale & Norc 18! 500 Sierra Nev ... l>s
400 Hale & Norc. 16|1600 Sierra Not ... 83
800 Jim Butler .. 65) , 2500 Sierra Nev ... 32
tWO Justice Oβ 500 Silver Pick Con t>7
1500 MaeNamara \. 23! 11.500 Ton Merger.. 1.15
100 Mon Pitts Ex. 24! 200 Ton Merger.. 1.121&
1200 Nev Hills ...1.60! 400 Ton. of Nev. ..f>.si>
6f>oo North Star .. Ml 200 Too. of Nev...6.5r>
SOO Occidental ... 7." 100 Ton of Nev...C.GO
300 Occidental ... 74! 500 Union Con 60
1300 Ophir 45! 700 Union Con 5*
200 Ophir 43(1900 West End f.WI
HKt Overman Oil Iβ West Edil 1.70
Ino overman HO 300 Yellow Jacket. 3u
100 I'otosl 05|
Informal Session
300 Atlanta 181000 Julia Con or,
1000 Booth. 06! 500 Jumbo Us 34
500 Cash Boy 07[2000 Lone Star Con. 06
ISOO (on Imperial.. 03 1000 Mln Hill Con. 01
500 Con Va M 4O| 300 Mizpah Ex ... 95
200 Con Va M 41: 560 Mon Pitts Ex. 20
200 (J ld Con M.2.62411200 Montana 2.H0
500 Do, b 30...2.6513000 Morning Glory. 04
100 Do. c 3 2.6O;4000 North Star ... 8T
600 Old Con M.. 2.8.V2000 Rescue Eiila .. 19
3000 Old Merger M. 31! 300 Sierra Nev ... 83
mo Oould & Cur. 02;l900 Sierra Nev ... 34
200 Jim Butler .. 70JS800 Sierra Nev ...' 35
300 Do. s 5 70j5000 St Patrick ... 05
34.10 Jim Butler .. G9, 400 Union Con .... 58
CLOSINO QUOTATIONS
CALIFORNIA.
Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
Argonaut 2.00 —JKeane Wonder. 10 20
Ceut Eureka.. 20 —|
NEVADA
Conistocke
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Alpha 01 02! Hale & Norc. 15 Iβ
Alfa 04 06! Julia Con .... M
Andes Oβ 06! Justice 03 05
Belcbf-r 35 —fKentuck Con.. — 05
JBest & Bel-'b. OS OPJMexlcan — 2.70
Brims rhoHar. 15 —[Occidental 50
Bnins Totosi.. 12 —iOphir 4a 45
Bullion — 04!OTerman — 50
Caledonia — I.4o|Potosi 0.". 07 >
Challenge 06 08jSavage 13 14
(boiler 03 OojSeg Belcher ..13 14
Coocordia Mcx 10 12 Scorpion 1O 31
Confidence ... 42 —[Sierra Ncr ... ',',:> ::e
Con Va M 40 41, Silver Hill .... — 12
Cou Imperial., 03 05! Union Con 58 sr>
Crown Point.. 47 —|Utah 00
Exchequer ... — 01] Yellow Jacket. 27 —-
GoulJ &. Cur. 02 O3|
TiMiooau District
Belmont 9.45 —-IMontana 2.20 2.30
Boston T>>n .. 03 04jMon Pittß Ex. 25 2«
Cash Boy 09 10JNorth Star ... 87 38
East Knd ... — 001 Rescue Enla ..IS 10
Oold Zone ... 1» —[Ton Ejten ...2.H0 2.70
Grt West Con 02 03|Ton Oypsy Qn. 08 0!>
Halifax 1.75 S.OOjTon Merger ...1.12 1.15
Jim Butler .. CO 70; Ton of Nev. i.6.50 7.00
MacNamara .. 22 2:jiTon -7« Con... — 17
Midway ...'... 53 r.4lUmatilla ..... 04 65
Mlzpati Ex .. 95 Oβ]West End ....1.77 l.fo
Goldflf ,, '! 'Mstrict
Adams' — OlfOld Kewanas.. 04 03
Atlanta 17 18[Old Merger M. "1 :j:
Blue Bell ... 01 f>2 (iramlms 01 tKI
Blue Bull ... Oβ M7:iirr>gt Bend .. 02 o;;
Booth Oβ OTIGrt Bond Anx. — 01
COD («8 10|<irt Bend Ex.. — (>i
Columbia Mt.. 03 04.1 umbo Ex 34 SB
Com Fraction. 10 1111/ one Star Con. 05 00
Conqueror Con ~- MJOra 02 OH
Cracker Jack. — Ollßed Hills .... 02 O.">
Dmd B Butte I Red Top Ex.. — oi
(reorganliedi ot> 07;Sandsf>rm Ken 01 02
Dmdßd Daisy. - (w Silver Pick Con — 07
Florence ..... 75 BO]Spearuead Gold 03 03
Prnnoe« Mhk.. 01 —|St Ivrs — 39
Gold Bar Old. 03 —\Vtreml n>
<Jld fv»n M...2.60 Wonder — oi
t> I<J Portland.. — OijYellow Tiger.. <>:j t>4
pi'llfrnv: '>i«t»ict
Bonnip Clare., oi - Tramp Con .. 03 03
Mayflower Con 02 (J«l
Weak Market for Colored Beans
Butter Situation Unsatisfactory
SUMMARY OF
THE MARKETS
Resumption of bnlUsh activity 1»
CoppTr shares display strength Iα
on active market. *««,j-«.
Bullish attitude of leading: trader
booms cotton future*. _~_.»
Coffee market easy on weeuena
Bar silver makes another sniaJi
SleSn" Nevada holds interest of
mining; stock trader*.
Chicago wheat market strong;, de
spite bearish news.
Large line of northern, wheat re
ceived here.
Cash barley sells freely at recent
advance.
Barley options Inclined to waver.
All handlers report colored beans
Fresh butter feeling: competition
of storagre good*.
Tendency in eeg market upward.
Business in potatoes of small pro
portions.
Apple market in poor shape for
sellers.
Better inquiry reported for dressed
turkeys.
Legal restrictions prevent sale of
wild ducks.
Manhattan District
Dexter Union. 03 04'Min Hill Con. 01 02
(iold Wedge... 00 lojMornlng Glory. —- '"♦
Man Big Four 45 50jMu*tang Man.. 0- O4
Man Amalgam ni o<:;Mustang Ans.. —■ "4
Man Con .... M 17' Mustang Bx ..01 O2
Man Dexter .. o:; w,Stray Dog ... — <«
Man Virginia. — 01»Thanksgiving.. — O4
Man W C*ps. 12 14!
other Districts
Kagle's Nest.. O2 03Pitts S Peak.. 8.. 90
Fairvw G Bid 02 f>3 , Raw Coalition. —
Xcv Hills ...1.00 1.62; Round Mt •• "S
Aiieißment Directory Conwlock Mince
Company— No. Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Savage .*. 28 Sept. 2:t Oct. 24 .10
Seg. Belcher... r.l Sept. 28 Oct. 25 .02
Hale & More.. 31 Oct. I Oct. 24 .0.)
Union Con 31 Oct. 12 Nov. 6 M
Bullion 24 Oct. 13 Nov. 6 .03
Yellow Jacket. 42 Oct. 27 Dec. 3 .10
Exchequer 23 Oct. 27 Nov. 20 .03
Be%» & Belcher. 100 Nov. 1 Nov. 25 .0a
Ophir 90 Nov. 3 Dec. 9 .15
Crown Point... 13 Nov. 7 Dec. 4 .10
Alpha Con 19 Nov. 11 Dec. 4 .U3
OIL STOCKS
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Aseo Oil ..45.00 — "MeKlttrick. . 09 —
Caribou — 1.23 Monte Cristo — 1.83
Claremont.. 6-", — jNew Pa Pet -- tiO
Coal Central 20 —jßepubllc ... 2« —|
Coal Natnl.. — 20! Silver Tip... 65 —I
De Luxe ... 70 —jS W & 8... IS — !
E-mpire 75 —ITurner 75 —
Homo — 35|United 0i1... M —
Marleopa 36. 2o —jW X Oil Co. I.SO 2.00
SALES
11:15 a. m.—
5 Associated Oil 4».00
100 Associated Oil 4".20
Informal —
10 Associated Oil 45.25
LOS ANGELES OIL EXCHANGE
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Oct. 18.—United Oil and Con
solidated Mines wore the chief traders this
morning on the Los Angeles Stock exchange.
In the afternoon California Midway whs the
sensatioa of the session. Twenty-three thousand
shares were handled, and while it opened a little
better than 19 it closed under 18. The call:
Producers— Bid. Asked.
Amalgamated OH 84.50 85.00
Associated Oil 44.87' i 45.00
Bear Creek Oil and Mining — .80
Brookshire Oil — .60
California Midway Oil 18H
Columbia 1.1454, 1.16
KBos Oil 0:;>, 3
Fullerton Oil 2.85 4.75
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 99.00 100.00
National Paciflc Oil 02}, °2%
Ollnda Land Co (oil) — .<IU
Peun Midway Oil 07 <i
Rice Ranch Oil 1.17 1.28
Union -95.2.-, i>B.37^
Union Provident j>7.75 ps.no
T'nfted Petroleum 97.75 05.25
United Oil 33 .36
SALES
Morning Session
10 Amalgamated Oil 84.87' i
20 Associated Oil 44.87 V.,
5,000 United ."5
Afternoon Session
1.000 California Midway | !!>&£
3.000 California Midway 10
1.000 California Midway IS*;
2.000 California Midway IS%
2.000 California Midway ISi,
1.000 California Midway 18%
2.000 California Midway IS
11.000 California Midway 17^
I,CtOO National Pacific ( W,i
10 Union 98.50
80 Union 95.3-1/3
1.500 United o."
1,000 United 33U
1.000 United 35aj
1.000 United 35i£
GRAIN MARKET
Wheat and Other Grains
WhP»t--Local spot prices did not sbnw the
j least change yesterday, the market, remaining
J steady.. with all handlers reporting a fair
i amount of business in nroeress. The steamer
! Bevard brought down 3,000 tons from Puget
[ sound. •
Bearish advices from American foreign mar-
I kets caused an early dip in Chicago, but tho
j market strengthened later en go"d buying and
the early loss was recovered.
CASH WHEAT
California white Australian, ft.5501.57% per
ctl: California club. |JJ»Ql.s2\i: northern
club, Turkey red. [email protected]»«:
Russian red. $1.50C<J1..*2'-.: forty-fold,
1.571 3 ; blueetem, $1.57',fi^1.00.
FUTURES
No tradlnsr. December, California, closed at
$l.".o bid, $l..'a asked.
Barley—The options were Inclined to waver
yesterday, a.nd as a result of the hesitancy
shown by pit traders the distant May contract
sustained a btnall loss, closing at $1.53. aft#r
scoring a fractional advance over Thursday's
final figure. A small decline occurred In Decem
ber after a higher opening, but the market sub
sequently rallied and closed slightly higher than
on tb»» preceding day. The .spot market whs
moderately active and strong at Thursday's sharp
J advance. Receipts were 7,000 centals, all from
Interior points.
CASH BARLEY
Choice feed. $1.50 per ctl: No. t do. $1,450!
1.4"V<.; lower grades. $1.40@'1.42U; shipping
and brewing, $l.oO@l-o2^j; chevalier, $1.70@
1.80.
FUTURES
11:30 a. m. Session
December —$1.49*4 for low and $1.50 for open
ing, high nnd closing.
May, 191.1—51.035 i for opening and high and
$1.53*8 *»r l° w Hn<i losing.
2 p. m. Session J
IWeniber—sl.so for opening, high, low and
closing.
Mar, 1913—51.53% for opening and high, and
$1..V5 for low aud closing.
Oats—White feed are quote*! at a lower and
wider range and receivers report an easy market
for that description. All other kinds are fcteady
,to firm. Red for feed. $l.6.V*i 1.70 >>er ft); red
'for seeil, $1.8502.10. including replearwd: spot
) foed, *1.451? 1.55; black seed, $2.10(§:2.1 , 0
for choice and $1.90<<J2 for common.
Corn —Eastern yellow. In bulk, on track, $1.6S
@l.ti9 per ctl; eastern white, nominal.
Rye— Offering at $1,454)1.50 per ctl. Egyp
tian is quoted at $1.60&1.6o per cental t> "ar
rive.
Foreign Futures
LIVERPOOL
Wheat— O't. Dec. March
Opeulug 1 9!, 7 9V4 7 7ij
Chicago Grain and Provision Futures
(Furnished hr E. F. Hutton & Co.. 4t*> California street.)
CHICAGO. Oct. IS.—The leading futures ranged as follows:
Wheat— . Open High r.ow Close Oct. 17 Year Af>
Perrmber $0.!>2 $O.M'i M.ftlU $0.92*, 10.91 % ?t.ol«k
M«J S«S RT's J*U* 07i» !'CS 7 j}^«
.'uly O.'S~ 3 5)4 i.C "t l>4 l.ooii
Cora — ,
October 6M£ ta% fir, erit,, ....
lioePinhpr .V.t, -~;x t 53 r.:; 1 , 153 63%
My "•-"» .-.->; .-.-■■>; .-•->; «-,
Oatf —
T><veiub<>r .°,2»4 !QM 3*16 82 47>
W»y 84% 34% ••:-»', 34% 34% .V.v
Ju •; k-i" *** ° 4 * n, ' t ; ' ,+I *
Octobw 17.4.-, 17.4.-, 17."Jl 11.93 17.4.-. *
January 1ft.22' 3 10.4.', 13.22' i 1!>.27H 19 2.', i"^7»X
May 18.92 V; 19.0r, 15.92b 15.92 , - 18.02'j
October 11.w> U.fo 11. r>7>. U.57U 11.RO 8 r>o
.THimarv 10.f)7»i 11.03 H>.97'i 10.974 II fio •),,-,
■ May sbi ;-- y,.' ; t - 10.424 tO.W 10.45U 1t>.42i 3 10. 9.11%
<><'t»b"r io.nn lo.o." 10.57 , '. m> n:> lA.fltK R o, i
Imbwt 10.22'j Ift. 27u 10.20 io 2<i lO.'sJw S 17*4
Mh '" ift.oa ' iQ.oo 10.00 10.00 i'.e
C,oßin * Kuuf 1 ;s "' 77^
Wheat— i>. ■ .1,,n Vpril
Opening $1.41%
Closing ~, 1.44 . I tjT
Flour— Oct. \,, Keb.
Opening $>; i~ >. ]f)
Closing 6. i.isi s
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADM
Future Grain and Provision»
CHICAGO, Oef. is.—Wlinat traders foUjjtJt
shy of the soiling side todaj-,
readinpss with whl<-U offprip.i;> w
anrt by thp chance of Russia t
with Turkey. An advance raenltH <
closinsr J 2 c to %c ovpr tai
Higher prices for n-hest came shout. B»twith
standing that receipts from thp oorthwi
tinned heary. Intereßts tliat own bjori
terminal stocks of wlieat were cr»<l
-Ito<l with having been persistant buj-prn bern
to<Jar. Another fact that counted age
bears was Mi* news that rains and mow *>-.s
eaid to hare beoorne poncral in the whpat ftp';-.
December ranged from i>l to 92 ] .. c. with last
sales H@%c net highPr a( D 2 -
At the ciose corn showed a gain of V'£V~ t«j
l^ic.
-Oats closed >&Q%C op.
Provisions closed firm and lower to :' ■ bigber.l
CHICAGO, Oct. IS.—X. F. Button" & Cα. , *'
wire says:
"Wheat—Despite the develnpni»ut of a great
deal of depressing news, the wheat market- ruled
higher most of the day, ibowlng little n»t
change at the close. The edge i< off t
pean demand. The north treat conttnoei t/» gpt
enormous rpcelpte and sells the shipping surplus
at conetantly shrinking differences, and Russia
continues to offer wbeat freely at Irvwf-r prices
for prompt shipment to the importing e.wjntrie*.
Under such conditions the war talk had little in
fluence. The southwest has sold more wheat
arrive from the interior. This, along with fr<>
selling of December wheat by the large holder.
iat Kansas City, made ttip week market and ha* ,
I much influence here. The haim> interest t>m
credited with having bought more wh»at b*|fc
In fact, the firmness diaptayed mtKh of the tfm«
in the face of the bearish news was belle-ted t>
have been due to tbe absorption of offerings on,
tbe decline during the lost few days by the
same people who owoed the southwest terminal
stocks. Duluth N'.t. 1 northern wheat, c. 1. f.
Buffalo, went to a discount of ] ie over December
yesterday. Cash wl-.eat sales h/re. milli;..
000 bushels, in addition to .ViO.OOO bushels mill
ing and export here and 400.000 bushels export at
City.
"Corn—The market wa« hi-;her most of the
day, but failed to h<>7rr The extreme top.
Scarcity of cash corn is expected next week by
local industries ami shippers, because of the. bet
ter cail from the west and limited sales from
the country. Neverthelew, there wore sales j>f
20.000 bushels madf, to go to store here todaj.
The cash demand scorned a very substantial ad
vance, up l'jc, hut sales reported wero verr
small at 70.000 beshel*. Argentiue shipments
were less than expected.
"Oats have followed other grains, b»t price*
have ke;>t within narrow limits Hinl trade bai
l>een light. Tbe is off the export busines-.
but total sales of 120.000 bushel? of cash
today have included ;;o,ooil bushels Hnr exporv
The *fade is expecting a cixxl run of rp'-eipt*
because of last week's bulge iv. prices. Export
clearances were 330,000 bushelv.
"Provisions were higher most of the dny. rf •
! acting materially from the top toward the last
J There was a great deal of realizing at the out
; s<>t and also near the c!r>se. Parkers were c«x'
j early buyers, but were bel'eved to l,e «ellin>;
later. Hog receipts west were 49,800, against
lo.SOO last year."
<"n«h Grain and l'rox isions
CHICAGO. Oct. Iβ. — Cash qttOtttiOM were as
follows: Floor ste.idy; No. '_' rr", 68@«8»•<(<■;
feed or mining barter, 48eSSc: fair to choice
malting barley. timothy seed.
clover seed. llStfjlV tness pork. $1T.50<3
!'«!(.: lard. in tierces.
short ribs, loose. $10.50®11.25.
GRAIN STATISTICS
Total c!ear«ncr-s of wli<>at and flour were
equal to r.l7.ofK> bUKbels. Rxport* for the wwk,
as shown by Bradstroet's. wore oqual to 5 T^ , '
000 bushels. Primary rerHptl were 1.MD.090
bushels, compared with I.2." '■< <")OO baskela.
Rstlmatef] receipts fur tomorrow: Wheat. 110
cars; corn, 142 cars; oats, i'SB cars; bega, 10,000
head.
Now York Grain Market
NEW York. Oct. iflt,—Wheat—Spot firm: fto'.
2 red, $l.fie elevat..r and f. o. b. afloat;
N v -. 1 northern Dulntb. 99V2 ,, '■ o. b. efloat.
Futures closed %<• net Uiglier; December,
989-ltte; May, $1.n:51.j.
Northern 'Wheat Market -
WASHINfJTON
TACOMA. Oct. ]«.—Wheat-Bluestem. 82c;
forty-fold. 80c: riab, 7!>>-: red Russian. 76r. Car
receipts— YVheHt 40. barley I. oats 3, bay lOc.
SEATTLK. Oct. IS.—Wheat -Bluest«m, 81 Uc;
forty-fold, 7S»v;c; club. 77: ftf<*. 77c: red Rus
sian. 7*h'. Yesterday's car reeHpts—Wheat 24,
barley 10, flour o, oatg 1. bay 4 J.
OREGON
PORTTiAND. O<t 18.— Wheat—Track prW«:
Club. 7S®79c: bluesteni. forty-fold. 7f>c;
red Russian. 77c; valley. TBe. r«r receipts—
Wbeat 100. barley 13, lOBr .". oata t, hay 7.
Minneapolis Grain; Duluth Lintieed
M.IXNEAPOLIS Oct. 18. —Wheat —December
SB>4@SB%c: May. 93f4e93 T *c. Cash—No. 1
northern. No. 2 northern.
S7-%c; No. 2 wbeat, 82
No. 3 yellow corn— os(l6oo.
No. 8 white oats—;so' ,ff|3lc.
No. 2 rye—62ftyJoc.
Barley— 43«H 67e.
Flax—sl.4Bi .
DULUTH Oct. IS—rising Mnsee<l in
track. |t.a2\4: to arrive. $1.50: October $1.:.1'_.;
November. SI.M bid; December. $1.46;* January,
$1.40: nominal May. $1.45.
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipt* of Produce October 18
Flour, qr sks.... ".'W leather, rolls l^o
Wheat, ctls ;;SVThII.>w. . ctle .... 4n
Barley. cti« 7.000 HWas, *n 130
oat*, ctis 4.310!Pe1u, X" r.m
Beans, sks o, '.>'■<>:l.hue. l.hls I.OOrt
Corn, cfls 22<>Suj{ar. ctls C.OOo
Rrnn, sks 20] Brandy, »pnls .... r,m
Rye, ctls 115 Wine, gals 79.4fMi
Potatoes, sks ... 4.R3s'Lumber. .\f ft.... 100
Onions. -k< l.Sj.VPaper. Ixila I.XTO
lliv. ton 257;App)e«, lixh »T>.SOO
Hops. hwiPs .... '-'1. , ! Raisins. )>■*<: ... .10.SOO
Wool. sks :V2T, FJvo«t<«.-k. No ... SSO
Roller! oats. *ks. L.'«h> Quicksilver, flasks 50
Alfalfa sks. livstii\r-s. cords .... ."><>
Mealfalfa. sks .. 4.VAlmoDds, sks .... 210
Egypt, com. car. it
WASHINGTON
rinur. «ir sks.... s.OM'Mlddlings sk» ... flon
Wheat, ctls ... .59.9*5!«horte, sks l.irj
Oats, ctls I,BosfFeed, yks 000
Bran, sks S. !2">
Provisions
Hams (per lb) —California H. FT. brand. 19c;
M. A- L. brand. 2O'«'-: picnics. 12*4 c; Prlmroe*.
21c; eastern star. 2O'4c; fckinued, 21c; monarch,
17i,i<!$lSc; picnios, 13c.
Bacon—Primrose. 4 to 6 lb«. 2f>c: eastern lHir.
4 to 6 lbe. 27c; 6 to 8 lbs. 2«e: 8 to 1O lbs, ft,
10 to 12 lbs. 24c; sugar cured bacon, 23%0; Ar
row. 8 to 10 !b*. HHc: 10 to 12 lbs, 23% c;
medium and light medium bacon, light
dry salted bacoD, S to 10 lbs, 22c; 10 to 13
lbs, 21c.
California Bacon— >T. & L. brand, 6 to 8 lbs.
20% c: 8 to 10 n. H. brand, 4 to 8
lbs. 23Hc: 8 to 10 lbs, 22He.
Cottolene—Half bb!>. W%Ci 1 tlpr-e, \o%e; 3
tiercee. To%c: 5 tifrrps. lOVic per lb; Callfene.
10i*.e for 1 tiercp. 10% c for 2 rierces, lOVic for
5 tierces and 10% c for half bbls; CO lb tubs.
lOftjjc; cases, $7.
Eastern Lard and Oils, Western Meat brand--
Tierces. 14Vjc; 50s (per ca*e>. $7.38; M«, $9.15;
ss, $9.23; 3s. $9.30; conipotiud lard, tierce*,
9>ic; 5iS (per cn«ie>, $4.<S: 10e. $C.l": ss,
$6.23: 3s. rellow cookteg oil. 5Sc per
] iralloi): white cookias oil. tiOc per gallon; salad
oil. C3c |XT ffallon.
California Pure Lard, M. fc T.. brand—Tierces.
14c; cans*, 1 to a case, $7.13: i to a case, $11.50;
large tins, 6 to a case. $8.85; medintn, 12 to a
cast-. $S.f>3: finall. 20 to a case. $9.
California Compound I.ar<l. n. H. Brand—•
Tierce basis. ii\bc; cans. 1 to a case. $4.8.?; 4 to
a case, $7.90; Mns 6 to • <:•«•«. $6.15; 12s. it>M3
per case: 2i>s, $6.30 por case: M. &L. salnd oil,
I tlerre basis. 63c; M. & L. cooking oil, GOc for
j white and 5V> for yellow.
Beef —Extra family, family and mess beef,
$16.50 per bbl.
Pork —Extra pnme in barrels. $21; pig pork.

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