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THE MORNING OREGONIAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1903.
PLENTY OF- EGGS
Portland Wants None From
- San Francisco.
LOCAL SUPPLY IS. SUFFICIENT
Eastern Orccon Flour AVI 11 Advance
Soon Citrus Krult Shipment In
January Portland Pro
Ein Fnuiclsco egg dealers arc trying; to put
some of their surplus product on this market.
The California market has broken under the
excessive supply, and the bis handlers there
uyxrying to find a shipping outlet. They were
not successful so far as this section Is con
cerned. for Portland has all the eggs needed
here, and If tbe weather turns' -warmer, the
local market will hare eggs to spare, as. com'
mission men believe stocks are large In the In
terlor. Last year a few lots of California eggs
were received, but none have come up lately.
One lot of 100 cases picked up on Front street
by a broker was shipped to San Francisco
about two weeks ago. The local market is
Quoted weak, with an. ample supply on hand.
Single cases sold at 25c, but on larger lots, 24c
was quoted. It Is believed, there are no Eastern
eggs now on the market, except a few In re
A correspondent of the Chicago Packer recent
ly visited Petaluma, the .California egg town.
He found there several poultry ranches, ' with
6000 to 8000 chickens and several hundred poul
try ranches within a radius of ten miles of the
city, each of which have from 1000 to 8000
grown chickens. In the Summer season there
has been as much as $5000 ald out In one day
by buyers for eggs, and the amount has never
been less than $1000 a day on business days for
several j ears back. Among the banks and busi
ness men of the city the rise and fall of the
egg and- poultry market regulate the business
of the town the same as the fluctuation of the
stock market on Wall street In New Tork or
the wheat market In Chicago or the cotton mar
ket la New Orleans.
The poultry business became so prominent Jn
"Petaluma that a few years ago a company was
organized with a capital stock of $50,000. Over
100 acres of ground were purchased and one of
the best-equipped poultry farms on tbe Coast
was built, it Is now known as the Wlllow
brook "Poultry Farm, with IL D. Presser -as
manager. It has an Incubator capacity of 1(X
000 young chickens, and has Its own gas plant
for heating, and Its own water pipe for water
ing the fowls. Chickens and ducks thrive by
The poultry business In rctaluma has grown
to such an extent that the next state Legisla
ture will be called "upon to pass a bill for an
appropriation of $C00O for a site of five acres of
ground, with the necessary Improvement In the
way of buildings for the study of the poultry
'business, food, eggs, fat. feathers and flesh.
This will all be under the direct control of the
California Agricultural Department.
William T. Simpson, of Cincinnati, proposes
starting the largest hennery on earth near Du
Pont, lnd. He has bought 2.000,000 eggs, at a
cost of $18,000, and they will be placed In 100,
000 Incubators to hatch.
Two thousand million eggs are the figures
furnished by the census men for the year 1002
In the United States. At an average of ISc a
do-en they are worth $250,000,000. To this
must be added the hatching eggs, or better,
the Latched birds that are sold as Spring or
other poultry. Last Tear this amounted to
$220,000,000. Thus the .annual egg and poultry
market crop amounts to $570,000,000. This
showing enhances the Importance of the chick
en and makes the poultry yard a strong com
petitor of, the stockyard.
(FLOTJR. WILL ADVAXCE.
Eastern Oregon SUUers Will Put tip
An Eastern Oregon miller who was In the city
yesterday said that tbe price of flour In his
part of the country will be advanced soon.
Several of the mills there will close down, as
they cannot get enough wheat to keep grind
ing, Tnere is. very little wheat left, and what
remains Is mostly In the hands of speculators,
who can hold until they are ready to let go.
Strong competition between buyers has kept the
price jjp. Some club wheat was recently
bought on the basis of 80s Portland, and It
.was reported that 78e was paid yesterday, but
exporters say they can All their requirements
at 76377c The country millers, who have a
good, steady local demand, are enabled to jay
better prices for grain than those In the same
locality who are making flour for export.
Canned Fruit Trade.
The San Francisco Trade Journal has the fol
lowing on canned fruits:
The market Is quiet as usual to the season of
the year. Stocks are light and broken. It Is
confidently stated that all will clean up with
the Spring demand. Apricots are quoted as
follows: Extra standard, $1,30; standard. 4L15;
seconds, $1.05. There are few pears to be had
at $1.50 for extras. $1.30 for extra standards.
fL20 for standards and $1.10 for seconds.
Peaches, bath cling aad yellow free, are In fair
supply and To be had as follows: Cling extras,
$1.55: extra standards, JL32VS: standards,
$1.1754: and seconds. IL07H. Yellow free, ex
tras. $LS5j extra standards, J 1.15; standards,
$1.15; seconds, $1. Plums are to be had as'
follows: Extras, $1.15; extra standards, $1;
standards, 00c, and seconds, 80c
Citrus Fruit Shipments.
A dispatch from Los Angeles, dated February
The shipments of citrus fruit forthe month
of January amounted to 4505 carloads, of which
673 carloads were lemons. For tho same period
last year the figures were: Oranges. 4305 cat
loads; lemons, 378 carloads. The lemon crop of
this year is larger than that -of last v- n.
Indicated by the larger shipments. The market
for oranges In the East Is not up to the expeo
at cut prices Is very light. A-few jobbing sales
a,c wiiw i uitviMc ior j-pouna taus. ilea
Alaska salmon U firm, but quiet. A shade
iuiciL i noiea in enmoox naiz-pounas
vine, oiocks are light.
Lima beans are Arm.
Grain. Flour. Etc
The local grain, market is quiet and un-
cuangea, wun a nrmerTpne generally.. Cables
came through better, quoting Liverpool HGHc
higher. Tho Eastern markets showed improve
ment, and Sao Francisco was strong. "
WHEAT-witlla Walla. 76877c: bluestem.
SCC: Vallev. TfcfiTrfUc exnnrt vulii-a
BABLET-Feed. $23 50 per ton; brewing.
OATS-No. 1. white. $1 1581 20; gray.
$1 12HG1 15 per cental. v T'
MILLSTUFFS-Bran, $19 per tont middlings.
$24; shorts. $20; chop. $13. ' .
HAT Timothy. $11612; clover. $889; grain.
$9310 per ton.
FLOUR-Valley. $3 75 per barrel; hard
wheat straights. $3 45B3 70; hard wheat pat
ents. 14 .334 S5; Dakota hard Wheat. $4 20
6 33; Graham, $3J3 65.
Ilntter, Efrjrs. Poultry, Etc.
Chickens are cleaning up as fast as they come
in. A retailer has received a mixed car of
Eastern chicken turkeys and butter.
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 30S32tto per
pound: dairy, 20S22c; store. 1S91SC
rOL'LTRV Chickens, mixed. 123 12&: per
pouna; young. iiviSI2c: hens, 12c; turkeys.
live. 15816c: dressed. 8ff2oc; ducks. $7&7 50
per aozrn; geese. STgs 50. .
CHEESE Full cream twins. lGVieilWc:
Toung America, 17U918Ue; factory prices 10
114c less; Wisconsin. 16c per pound.
EGGS Ranch, 21ff25e per dozen.
Vegetables, Fruit. Etc.
Los Angeles cabbage Is scarce, and none Is
expected for a. week. The San Francisco steam
er brought up a small quantity, but the qual
ity was not so good as that which comes by
ralL A half car of celery cleaned up In a
few hours, and the market will be bare of this
vegetable until Wednesday.- The steamer out
last night carried 32(0 sacks of potatoes' to
VEGETAIlLESl-Tnrnlps. 733 SOc per sack;
carrots, 75380c; beets, $1 per sack; parsnips,
$1 per sack; cauliflower, $1 75 per crate; cab
bage. Hie per pound; celery, Los Angeles. $2 75
3 50 er crate; lettuce, head, 35c per dozen;
hothouse. $1 7532 per box; green onions, per
dozen, 1214c; Brussels sprouts, 6c per pound;
squash. $181 50 per hundredweight; peas, per
pound. S54c; parsley, per dozen. 25c; radishes.
25c; green artichokes. $1 23 per dozen.
GREEN FRUIT Apples, table, 65c3$l 60
per box; cooking, 50375c; pears, 75c8$l 25 per
box: cranberries, Jersey ,$11.
TROPICAL FRUIT Lemons, $2 7533 50 per
h.x: oranges, navels. $232 75 per box; seed
lugs, $1 6032; mandarins, 75c; tangerines,
$1 60; grape fruit. $3 60 per box; bananas.
$2 2532 75 per bunch: pineapples, $5 50 per
dozen; pomegranates, $1 50 per box.
DRIED FRUIT-Apples. evaporated. 74e per
pound;. sun-dried, sacks or boxes. 336c; apri
cots. 8310c: peaches. 7V4CSe; pears. 7Hesc
prunes, Italian. 4S4SCc: figs, California blacks.
6c; do white, 7Kc; Smyrna, 20e; plums, pitted.
RAISINS Loose Muscatel, 4 -crown, THe: 3
crown. 74c: S-crowni Cc; unbleached, seedless
Muscatel raisins. TKe: unbleached seedless Sul
tans, CXc; London layers, 3 -crown, whole boxes
of 20 pounds. $1 S3; 2-crown. $1 75.
POTATOES Best Burbanks. C0375c per sack
ordinary. 40350c. growers' prices; Merced
sweets, $2 532 50.
ONIONS Oregon and Washington. 75c0$l per
cental; shippers' price In carload lots. BOe per
fMARKET LACKS SUPPORT
tatlons of the shippers Redlands reports thatJ under 50 pounds and cows. 7c; stags and bulls.'
advices from Chicago state that the coal fam
mo mere nas naa the effect of retarding the
sale of oranges.
Slovr toN Respond.
Tbe local produce market docs not respond
as promptly to price changes at primary mar
kets as some Jobbers wish. Testcrday oranges
were adranced 25c In California, but no change
was made In the local quotation. If It had
been a decline, buyers here would have Insisted
on the Front-street trade meeting It. As It
was an advance, of course thejj were not In
sistent. This Is very satisfactory to the buyer
and the consumer as well, but the jobber does
not think It fair. In the grocery line It Is
different, prices being advanced or lowered here
the minute word Is received from the. East of
a change. -
H HEWERS IN THE MARKET.
Limited Demand for Hops at New
York Export Inquiry for Prunes.
NEW YORK. Feb. C-SpecIal.)-Hops con
tinue Arm. Brewers are In the market for lim
ited purchases, and these have stimulated hold
ers. State wlres report Arm makcts. Cables
report foreign markets unchanged, V
Export Inquiries for prunes' contribute to
firmness in large sizes on spot. Several fair
sized lots of Santa Clara 40s, 50s,. COs and 70s
were sold today, at the full equivalent of spot
In 25-pound boxes. The sales were made for
Hamburg. The export business constitutes tbe
chief movement. The Jobbing demand Is quiet,
but holders show a disposition to shade values.
Oregon- fruit Is steady, with 30-40 in chief
request, sales for export being noted at THc in
25-pound boxes. A wire today from San Jose
quotes easiness there on Santa Clara fruit,
with offerings on a 2Kc f. o. b., four-size bag
Jbasls for 00-00s, with no premium on the large
'sixes- Offerings attracted nolnterest here,
Salmon shows bo Important change today. A
round lot of poor grade pinks, is offered at
warehouse here at 60c Interest In cheap flio
Heats and Provisions.
BEEF Gross, cows, $333 73; steers, $134
dressed, 74e per pound. '
VEAL 839jc per pound.
MUTTON Gross. $4 5035; dressed, Sc
HOGS Gross, $0 2536 50: dressed, 7gSc -LARD
Kettle rendered: Tierces. 12?ic; tubs.
ISc; 60s. 13c: 20s. lSVJc; 10s. 13Sc; 6s. ISHc.
Standard pure: Tierces. 12c; tbs, 12-ic: 60s.
124c: 20s. 12c; 10s. 12c: 5s. 12cl Com
round lard; tierces, 8ic: tubs, 9 Vic
BACON Portland, 153174c per pound; East
em, fancy. 1754c; standard, heavy. 1514c; naeon
HAMS Portland. 13',4e per pound; picnic,
1054c per pound; Eastern fancy. 13SQ14HC
SAUSACE Portland, ham. 12:e per pound;
minced ham. 1054c; Summer, choice dry, 1754c;
Bologna, long, 8e;- welnerwurstv c: Uver; 7c;
pork, 8c: blood. 7chead cheese, 7c; bologna
sausage link. 754c
PICKLED GOODS Portland, pigs' fee u.
barrels. $4.50; 54 -barrels. $2 60; 15-pound kit.
$L 1 Tripe, 4-barrels, $5 60: U-barrels. $2 73;
15-pound kit. SI; pigs' tongues, H-barreL $5.
DRT-SALTED MEATS Portland dears, l'a
lJc: backs. HV491254c; bellies, 15nec: exports.
20323 pounds average, 13814c; butts,. 0310c
Groceries. Jots. Etc.
COFFEE Mocha. 2322Sc: Java, fani-r. inn
32c; Java, good. 20324c: Java, ordlnarr. lRra
.20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18220c: Costa Rica.
good. 16318c; Costa Rica, ordinary, 1012s per
pound; Columbia roast, $1125; Arbucklo's.
$1175 list: Lion, $1125.
SALMON Columbia River, I-pound talis,
$1 65 per dozen: 5-pound tails, $2 40; fancy
1 -pound flats, $1 SO; 54-pound flats, $1 10;
Alaska pink, 1-pound tails. SOc: red. 1-pound
talis, $1 20; sockeye. 1-pound tails, $1 45; 1
pound flats, $1 CO. . '
RICE Imperial Japaa. No. 1. 6?c; No. 2.
e'. Carolina head. 73754c
SUGAR Sack basis, Jatl cash, per 100
pounds: Cube, $4 00; powdered. $4 75: dry
granulated. $tC5;vextra C; $415; golden C,
$4 05. Advances over sack basis as follows:
Barrels. 10c; half-barrels, 25c; boxes. SOc per
100 pounds. Maple. 15316c per pound. Beet
sugar, granulated, $4 65 per 100 pounds.
ORAM BAGS-Calcutta, $8 2580 60 per 100
HONET 13c per No; 1 frame.
BEANS Small white. 454c; large, white. 4e-
Pl3$rS: "las, S54c per pound!
I, UTS-Peanuts. Ofcc per pound for raw, 83
E54o for roasted: cocoanuts, 3300c per dozen
walnuts. 136140 per pound; pins nets., loli,
125c; hickory nuts, 7c; "Brazil nuts. 16c' Bi
berts. 15610c; fancy pecans, 17c; almonds' 14
15c; chestnuts. lCc
SALT-Llverpool. 50s. 45e per sack; half
ground, per ton. 60s. $14 60: 100s. $14; Worces
ter salt, bulk. 220s. $5 per barrel; linen sacks.
60s. 6Cc per saclcj bales. 2s. Ss, 4s. 5s and 10s
$2 per bale
OILfe-Coai ou. cases, 23c per gallon! Iron
barrels, ,1654c: wood barrels. ISc; . linseed,
boiled, cases, 68c; barrels. 54c; Unseed, raw,
cases. 67c; barrels, 62c; gasjjlne. Iron barrels,
1054c; cases, 20c; turpentine, cases, 75c; wood
barrels, 71c; iron barrels, 00c; lots of 10 cases
or more. 74c Collier and Atlantic whit. .M
red lead. In lots of 600 pounds or more. Go;
uuu uyv pcuno, eftc
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOrs 12327c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 16 pounds and up,'
1531554c per pound: dry kip, .No. 1. 6 to 15
pounds, 12c; dry calfrNo. 1. under C pounds,
10c; dry tatted bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry flint; salted" hides, steers, sound. 60
pounas ana .over, tsuuc: 50 to Go pounds.
sound, 53554c:. kip, sound, 15 to 20 pounds.
veal, sound. 100 14 pounds. 7c; calf, sound,
under 10 pounds, Sc: green (unsalted), lc per
pound less: culls, lc per pound less; horse
hides, salted, each. $1 5032; dry, each, $19
1 50; colts hides, each, 25350c; goat skins,
Smmon, each, 10315c; Angora, with wool on.
ch. 25ce$l- '
' TALLOW Prime, per pbund, 435c: No. 2 and
WOOL Valley, 1254315c; Eastern Oregon;
881454c; mohair, 26325c
s Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 6. OfSelal
quotations for mining stocks:
Belchtrl t $0 49 Mexican
Best tc Belcher... 3 OOjOccIdental Con .
Bullion 12 0phlr
Caledonia 2 lO.'Overman .......
Challenge Con ... &4:Potosl
Chollar .......... 40Savage
Confidence ... 1 3S;seg. Belcher ...
Con. Cal. A-.Va... 3.K Sierra Nevada .
Crown Polr.t .... S3,Sllver Hill
Gould & Curry... S4Un!on Con-
Hale A Noreross. 1 25; Utah Con
Justice 14 Yellow Jacket ..
.. 2 33,
.. 1 S3
NEW YORK. Feb.
closed as follows:
a Mining stocks today
Adams Con .$0 20Ltttle Chief
Brunswick Con" ..
Coa. Cal. A Va...
Leadvllle Con ...
2 25 Savage v..
1 so sierra Nevada ..
80 Small Hopes, ...
. 5 50
. 2 30
. 3 00
BOSTON, Feb. 0. Closing quotations:
Adventure ....$ 10 00; Osceola. S 73 on
AUouez - S 25!Parrott ... 32 00
6S 76 Oulner tn m
SS OOISanta Fe Cop... 2 87
523 ou;Tamarack 184 73
Cal. & Heels..
Isle Royal ...
Old .Dominion. .
27 OO Trlmountaln .
129 001 United States .
STOCKS. 2 ?
: ? :"
L, J L
PRICE LEVEL FOR STOCKS AT NEW
Less Bidding; by Professional Lenders
Closing; Is Heavy and
NEW TORK, Feb. 6. Today's stock .market
fell back lato dullness, and the price level
yielded. There were 'some professions of de
pressed feeling over the prospect of a weak
bank return and over the upward course of
sterling exchange The hitch In the proceed
ings for a settlement of the Venezuelan ques
tion induced some selling here fr London .ac
count and added another nominal reason' tor
the reaction. But the obvious fact was that the
activity and apparent strength of ' yesterday
covered large realizing by the professional lead
ers of the market who have conducted this
.week's campaign for a rise. Their buying and
their more demonstrative bidding for stocks,
which have been a feature of this week, were
lacking today. When It was perceived that
this support was relaxed, room traders ham
mered prices down and found vulnerable spots.
The selling was sot urgent, and the buying to
cover by room shorts caused some recovery
from the lowest- The closing, however, was
heavy and very dulL
Tbe week's Subtrcasury requirements, which
amounted to $6,360,000,' have been offset by re
ceipts from the Interior, which seem to be ioss
than $3,000,000, so that tbe banks have lost
at 283 per cent; prime mercantile paper, 454
65 per cent.
Sterling exchange firmer, with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at $4.875484.875; for de
mand, and at $(.S4Vt64.S45i for 60 days; posted
rates. $4.85 and $1.83: commercial bills, $4.S354
Bar silver. 47?4c
Government bonds steady.
LONDON, Feb. a Bar silver uncertain,
21 15-16d per ounce.
Money, 3VC35i per cent. ,
Rate of discount for short bills. 348354 per
cent: for three months bills Z per cent
Consols for money, 03; -for account, PSU.,
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 6. Silver bars, 474c
Mexican dollars Nominal.
Drafts-Sight. 125sc; telegraph. 15c
Sterling on London Sixty days. $4:2i; sight,
Portland $54S.43 $71,970
Seattle ...-i 070.109 83,050
Taroma .'. 1 311.672 48.008
Sookane 276.104 13.330
Ilnlly Trensury Statement:
WASHINGTON. Feb. 0. Today's statement
of the Treasury showsr
Available cash balances $222,D8O,T70
ADVICES WERE DULLISH.
May Whent at Clilcnco Closes Three.
CHICAGO, Feb. 6. The unexpected strength
of cables caused a strong opening In wheat.
cash during the week to the extent of upwards ; ua Dnaer, CVT, t al. ZZ-Ji? 'J!r
of $3,000,000. The loss to the Subtreasury was " tn!ng 8?,c higher, at .98754C The
more than half accounted for by last Saturdays ' J?"" ArB'n,llnf! hlpments for the week--payment
to the Government of a Central Pa- ?.. bushels, where a total of 1 600,000 had
. . . . . Deen exneciea created some anxletv amnncr
shorts and .was partly responsible for the early
buying from thfft source. Local longs took ad
vantage of the bulge to dispose of considerable
stuff, and. In consequence, a reaction followed.
Reports of buying at the seaboard for ship
ment to France was a help late In the session.
clflc note, but the Government's operations
have taken a sum dally from the money mar
ket. The condition of the money market has
been, nevertheless, one of growing ease, and the
demand, even for time money, has shown a
falling off at tbe rates asked by the banks.
Tha-growing ease of money Is probably the
iua.KniwmK ease 01 money is piuvuuij- mo , ... . - , -
real grriund for the upward course of sterling ml!rklt0 "sprae1 r"7, M?' J 83 n
exchange. With the Increasing accommodations V?.!'1.?! ttear to
In New Tork, there is -every Inducement for 1 r ,
those who have borrowed abroad to pay off4! ,Con? 'wc' In sympathy with the
their maturing obligations. Expert authorities
In the foreign exchange market affirm that the
extent to which this process has been carried
since the first of the year is far beyond any
public comprehension. There Is excellent au
thority for asserting also that a growing dispo
sition Is manifest, especially In France, to In
vest In American securities. This process Is
not perceived In the stock market, and probably
does not lnvslve the old and seasoned securities.
which figure In the International markets, and
which are at a price level to Induce selling.
It is saia
in wheat, but when the price of May had
reached Vtc. there was considerable selling by
commission houses, .which prevented a further
advance. The -close was steady, with May a
shade higher, at 4414c
Oats ruled strong, but the volume of trade
was rather small, the offerings being light
May closed SOHc higher, at 373374c
Provisions were dull, and the sentiment was
rather bearish, although opening prices were a
trifle higher on a fair demand for pork and
ribs. The close was steady, with May pork
unchanged lard 254c lower, and ribs a shade
.I.-. V... .-I I...
In possible explanation of tho French buying I nl'r; . .
of securities that It represents reinvestment in I rutu"..rSt;irf " MlV
anticipation of the payment which Is to be
made to Panama canal shareholders by the
United States Government.
The bond market was quite broad and active,
but irregular in tone. Total sales, par value,
$3.C00.000. United States bonds were all un
changed on -the last call.
CLOSINO STOCK LIST.
Baltimore & Ohio
Chesapeake A Ohio....
Chicago & Alton
'Chicago, lnd. & Louis.
Chlcaco A Eastern 111.
Chicago Great Western.
ao A pia... .......
do B pfd
Chlcairo & N. W
Chi. Term. & Tran. pfd
li. l. U. & St. LOUIS.,
Colorailo Southern ....
do 1st pfd.
do 21 pfd... ..........
Delaware & Hudson
DeL. Lack. & Western.
Denver & Rio Grande.
do 1st pfd
Great Northern pfd....
Illinois Central v.....
Louisville & Nashville.
Manhattan Elevated ...
Metropolitan Street Ity.
Minn. & St. Louis
Missouri Pacific ,.
II.. K. & T
New Jersy Central.....
New Tork Central
Norfolk & Western
Ontario A Western
do 1st pfd
St- Louis & San Fran..
o oisz pra......
do 2d nfd
St. Louis S.- W
Texas A Pacifl
Toledo. St. L. Sc.
do pfd ........
do nfd .....
Wheeling A Lake Erie
ao -a pra ,
Wisconsin Central ....
co pia .,
Amalgamated Copper .
Amer. jar u t ounary.
American Linseed OIL.
co pra ..............
Araer. Smelt. & Refln
Anaconda Minlnar Co.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
ioioreao Fuel & iron..
Cont- Tobacco pfd
International Paper ...
International Power ...
Prtssed Stiel' Car......
Tennessee Coal & Iron.
Union Bag JfcTaper Co.
ao ota ......
United States Rubber..
United SUUs Steel....,
do Dfd :
Western Union ,
American Locomotive .
Kansas City Southern..
do pfd 1
Rock Island ,
do pfd ....j...,
fl-. I vlTt Mil
81541 S1HI 81
Total taJes for the day. 451,000 shares.
U. s; 2s. rtf. reg.los
do cotinon . 1f..l.
do coupon 107
do new Hs, reg. .15151
do coupon 13554
ao 01a 43, reg.iio
do coupon 110
do 5a. reg 1025;
do coupon 102
Atchison adj. 4s.10254
C. & N.W. con.7s.132H
D. A R. G. 4s 1S
Northern Pac 3s.. 73
do 4s' mtu
Southern Pac 4s.. 91i4
union I'actac 4s. ..103
West Shore 4s ill
!Wls. Central" 4 M5i
Opening. Highest. Lowest. CloMnr.
.. ...... ....... ....... $0 75
$0 79 7954
.$0 79 $0 7354
. 74H 74
9 40 9 4254
9 25 9 23
Jlay 0 15 9 1754
July 005 905
Cash quotations were'as follows:
Wheat-No. 2 Spring. 783S0e; No.
No. 2 red. 7554STCC
Corn No. 2 and yellon", 43T4C
Oats No. 2. 2454c; Njj. 2 while. 36a; No. 3
white. 34 Q 3554c.
Rye-No. 2. 49c
Barley Good feeding,
Flaxseed No. 1, $1.16; No. 1 Northwestern,
Timothy seed Prime, $3.60. ,
Mess, pork-$16.75S10.S754 per bbL '.
Lard-$9.42549.45 per cwt.
Short ribs sides Loose. $8.9569.15.
Dry salted shoulders Boxed. $8.12548.25.
Short clear sides Boxed. $3.375403.50.
Clover Contract grade. $H.7ft.
Flour, barrels .
Com. bushels ..
Oate, bushels ..
Rye. bushel ..
.. 41.C0O 14.000
.. 6.CO0 3.8J0.
.. OS, 000 12,900
Grnln and 1'rodnce nt Xevr Yorlf.
NEW pro rUC, Feb. 6. Flour Receipts, 2S00
barrels; exports. 2CS2 barrels. Market firm and
Wheat Receipts, 11.000. - Market for spot
firm. No. 2 red. 82Jc and S254c elevator: No.
1 Northern Duluth. K)54c f. o. b. afloat: No.'l
hard Manitoba. 9054c f. o. b. afloat. Options
were generally firm all day. but qul-t. Demands
were based on firm cables, small Interior move
ment and light Argentine shipments, the close
being at He net advance. March closed 84c;
May closed S25lc: July closed 7954c
Butter Receipts. 31.000 packages. Market
steady. Elate dairy, 15925c: creamery, extra,
lite; creamery, common. 19825c
Eggs Receipts, 3000 packages. Market easier.
State and Pennsylvania. 24c; Western candled,
Hops Firm. .
Capital and Surplus, $300,000.00
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we guarantee to execute orders when limits aro reached. Wo do not bold you
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est for carrvlnr- lone stocks.
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Main Exchange. Bank, of Commerce Building, Minneapolis. Minn. Exchanges
iu 1 1 uic V i iu Li I'll Lunua oku v. . . - . . c lutiuwub OJXJli&ne, COU3X.
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TRADE IS HANDICAPPED
Grain nt San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. d Wheat stronger.
Barley irealter. Oats firm. .
Wheat-Shipping. J1.47S1.B2S: milling.
Barley Feed. J1.20; brewing. $1.23.
Oats Bed. J1.25SL321J: white, fl.2S31.45;
Call board sales:
Wheat Stronger; May. J1.4SH: December.
11.23; cash. J1.62H.
Barley Weak: May, 11.17.
Com Large yellow, I.2331.4S.
European Grain Markets.
LONDON. Feb. aWheat Cargoes No. 1
standard California, 82s; Walla Walla, 30s Od.
English country markets quiet.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. C Wheat Firm: . No. 1.
standard California, 7s. wheat and flour In
Paris quiet. French country markets quiet.
Stocks nt London.
LONDON. Feb; C- Closlnquotatlons:
do Dfd 103'
Bait. A Ohio 104J4
Ches. A Ohio M !
Chi. Cr. Western. 29
Norfolk &. West... 7CU
do nfd 05
Ontario A Western 254
do 1st pfd 43U
do 2d T3fd Mil
: Southern By ...... 37
Denver A Bio, Gr. 41Jk. do pfd 97i4
do pfd OlVSoutfcern l'adflc .. 07
Zrle 42h!Unlon Pacific v... .104-4
do ist pra 7a i oo pra C7
da 3d Dfd (SUlU. S. Steel - tau.
minols Central ..lWHif do pfd j. til v.
Lbula. A Nash ISO (Wabash 811
IL. K. A T 29Hl do pfd J.. 49
Nfjr Tork Cent.,.154H .
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW TORK, Feb.- C Money on call steady,
"Whent at Tacoma.
TACOMA, Feb. 0. Wheat Unchanged; t)lne
stem. SSc; club. 7C4c.
SAX FRAXCISCO MAlVCETS.
Prodnce Prices Current In the Bay
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. a Flour continued
firm In sympathy with wheat. Choice apples
are steady. Oregon potatoes and onions are
quiet and easy.
Vegetables Garlic, 3c pefpound; green peas,
3gSc per pound; string beans, SflllHc per
pound: tomatoes, $1.7302: onions, 40473c: egg
Apples Choice. common, COs.
Bananas 73c3$2.G0. '
Limes Mexican. $3,3094.
California lemons Choice, $230; common,
Oranges Navel. 7Sc$2.30. '
Potatoes Early Rose. $1.I081.23 Blver Bur
banks. 40jC3e: river .reds. 33?40c: Salinas
Burbanks, POclitl.15: sweets, tl.CO; Oregon
Burbanks, 006 03c.
Poultry Turkey gobblers, 17t71Sc: do' hens,
17GlSc: old roosters, X347C: young roosters,
$0.3037: small broilers. $384.50; large broilers.
1 $4.3033.30: fryers. $5.30JC.SO; hens. $1.3053.30;
old ducks, $366; young ducks. $037.30.
Butter Fancy creamery, 3G4c; do seconds,
34c: fancy dairy. 324c: do' seconds, wwc
Eggs Store, 24825c; fancy "ranch. 27c; East
Cheese Toung America, 136154c; Eastern,
Wool Fall Humboldt and Mendocino, 139
14c: mountain, SSlOc- ""
Hay Wheat, $112)4.50; wheat and oats. $110
13.30: barley, $10811: alfalfa, $1081230; clo
ver, $1010.30: straw, 47H837KC per bale.
Mlllstuffs Bran. $13.30819: middlings, $238
Receipts Flour, 29.037 quarter sacks; wheat.
210 centals; barley, 7120 (centals: beans, 400
sacks: potatoes. SC3G racksldo Washington; -SSI
racks: bran. 27C3 sacks; middlings. 430 sacks;
hay, CM tons; hides. 232.
Dnlry Prodnce at Chlcaco.
CHICAGO, Feb. 6. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was quiet and
steady: creameries, 1623o; dairies, 13823c
-Eggs Easy, 196c
Cheese-Steady, 13914c -
BY INADEQUATE FACILITIES FOR
Cost of Llvinir Only SllRhtly Ad
vanced Xotable Activity In the
NEW TORK, Feb, O. It. O. Dun A Co.'s
weekly review of trade tomorrow will sayi
Vigorous vitality Is conspicuous In trade and
Industry, despite the handicap of overstrained
and lamentably lna1rqua)e facilities for trans
portation. Concentrated efforts to redjice the
congestion at a few favored points apparently
Intensified the blockade elsewhere, aad Inclem
ent weather added a new disturbing factor of
an already complicated situation. Every pos
sible method Is being adopted to Improve con
dition", enormous sums aro appropriated for
extensions, yet accidents and losses are fre
quent. Transatlantic vessels tailed to leave on
schedule time, and many manufacturing plants
are clo;ed In part or wholly. Labor disputes
are more numerous, although not prevalent to
any extent In the leading Industries.
As the season advances, there Is notable ac
tivity In building trades, with the customary
acceleration of Inquiry for materials. Retail
dealings In most staples are fully sustained,
especially or seasonable wearing apparel, but
distribution at many points has suffered
through weather conditions. Wholesale and
jobbing trade Is steadily Improving, although
deliveries cannot be guaranteed. Foreign com
merce is keepitnr pace with domestic trade.
Hallway earnings during .January were 0.8 per
cent larger than last year, and 17.7 per cent
In excess of 1901.
It would, have occasioned no surprise had the
cost of living materially advanced during the
midwinter months. In addition to the season
able Influence of low temperature and conse
quent restriction of production In some lines,
there were numerous factors In evidence calcu
lated to aggravate the situation. In the face
of Inflating elements, the consumer was pecu
liarly fortunate, aa shown by Dun's Index num
ber of prices proportioned to consumption,
which was $100,020 on February I, against
$100,333 a month previous, an advance of only
one-half of 1 per cent
Conditions In the Iron and steel Industry are
without essential alteration.
Large consumption of raw, material by the
mills holds wool steady at the recent advance,
despite a somewhat weaker closlng'at the Lon
don auction sales.
Failures In the United States were 269 this
week, against 283 last week, 105 the preceding
week., and 261 the corresponding week last
year, and In Canada 32. against SO last week.
27 Jhe previous week and 23 last year.
NEW TORK Feb. 0. The following table,
compiled by Bradstreet. shows the bank clear
ings at the principal cities for the week ended
February 3, with the percentage of Increase
and decrease, as compared with the corre
sponding week last year:
Kansas City ......
Springfield. Mass ..
Wilmington, Del ...
Evans vl lie
Little Bock ........
Springfield. Ill ....
Jacksonville. Ill ....
Qreensburg, Pa ....
Utlca, N. Y
Totals, U. 8 ,
Outside N. T
.- "ia.3i l.ooo
Vancouver. B. C
SC John, N. B..
Vlrlorla. Br C.
London, Ont ...
"4 2 ....
Totals. Canada 46,717.120 12.7
SPRIXG TRADE IS EARLY.
Of Larger Volume Than InAny Pre
NEW TORK, Feb. 0. Bradstrcet's tomorrow
Unfavorable weather conditions may retard,
but they do not arrest trade and Industrial de
velopment, which continue In exceptionally full
volume for this season, of the year. Spring
trade, as pointed out'beretotore. Is earlier and
of larger volume than In any 'Previous, year,
and the remarkable steadiness of prices Is evi
dence that stability In present icondltlons Is ex
pected for some time to come. The current
reports from the dry goods trad are among
the most cheerful ever recorded at this season
of the year. Iron and steel Is active for this
season. lumber production and demand are
brisk, and hardware Is In heavy demand. This
progress Is being made In spite of some draw
back!!, but these vary shortcomings are evi
dence merely of superabundant proeperltyf For
Instance, the notice given earlier In the week
by the Western railroad that they would be
forced to refuse numerous classes of heavy
freight, such as gralrv.flour. Iron, Iron ore ami
lumber, and that. In fact, they could take only
perishable and quick-moving merchandise. Is
evidence that the railroad facilities, as fre
quently noted before, have not expanded so
quickly or in as great proportion as has the
volume of business offered.
Intho Iron and steel trade tho fuel situation
Is really but little better, owing to the conges
tion In car transporatlon btween the coal re
gions and consuming points. The late spell of
mild weather has certainly brought about an
Improvement In tbe coal situation.
. Cold weather was responsible for lower prices
for butter and eggs In January, and some hog
products also declined, but cereals remained
steady, and textiles nearly all advanced, as
did severaljilnds of Iron and steel, copper, tin
aad naval stores, offsetting the lower move
ment In quotations of country produce, coal
and coke,petroiuo, hides and some grades
of leather. Owing to the steadiness of the
large majority of prices, the net movement of
prices, as a whole, was only very slightly
downward, less than 1 per cent decline being
noted for the month of January. Chief among
the Stanlejt Shnwtnr frnr.tt Im mm Mt.
While buyers of Iron and steel evince a tenden-
u, aumu on. aa regains mstant deliveries.
. - . . ........ ........ yuijwNa luuu
numerous small sales, which make up a con
siderable aggregate of crude material.
Wheal, Including flour, exports for the week
vuuiuk eoruary o aggregate .oou.vit bushels,
against 4,420,063 bushels last week. 4.200.457
in this weeV n. v.. r nm anrT 1 oo"T i rui
. , .. " ..VV,,.W UUMl'U
In 1001. Wheat exports since July 1 aggregate
.uwi.iw cusneis againsi. iu,i6,43 Dusnels
Business .failures for the week ending; Febru-
j " uuwirer against iju jaai wee it. jj
in, the same week in 1902. 230 In 1901. 231 In
1 (Wl am ,Q I.'IMA . r. , - . ... . .
. . .-.'J- in i..naua Lur me vv e e K.
27, as against SO last week.
Prices Current nt Chicago, Omaha
and Kansas City.
CHICAGO. Feb. 6. Cattle Receipts, 5500.
Market slow. Good to prime steers, $4,509
5.75; poor to medium, $384.40; stockers and
feeders. $2.3084.50: cows. $1.4084.40: heifers.
$22384.00: canncrs. $1.4082.30; bulls. $24.2S;
calves, $3.5087.73: Texas fed steers, $3.5084.25.
iiogs riecelpts today. S4.000: tomorrow, 18,
000; left over. 4000. Market closed strong at
inursaays, oest prices. 2IIxe4 and butchers,
$6.6327; good to choice heavy. $6.0507.124:
rough heavy-$6.7036.90; light, $C.4086.e5; bulk
Of sales, $6.6036.80.
Sheep Receipts. 6000. Market for sheep and
Iambs steadx. to strong. Good to choice weth
ers, $4.5083.50: fair to choice mixed. $3,508
4.WJ: western sneep, $4.2535:25: native lambs.
si.oo-ifo.-io; uestern iambs, X4.j3ga.-s.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 6. Receipts, 2000. In
cluding 600 Texaas. Market steady. Native
.steers. 12.S033.C0: Texas and Indian steers.
$2.6684; Texas cows. $1.908283; native cows
and heifers, $1.5084.10: stockers and feeders.
$2584.45; bulls, $2.35A25: calves. $2,738
5.50: Western steers, $385; Western cows, $3
Hogs Receipts, 7000. Market weak to 5a
lowerrbulk of sales. $C8086.9r.. Heavy, $6.80
87: packers. $6.72',4S6.?2i: medium, $6.80
0.97H: Ugnt. J0.0i'uB-!CV4; Yorkers, $0.77148'
6.824: pigs, $686.13.
Sheep Receipts, 1000. Market strong. Mut
tons, $3.5085.10; lambs. $3.6086-23; rango
wethers, $384.85; ewes. $384.90.
OMAHA. Feb. a Cattle Receipts. 1300.
Market slow to 10c lower. Native steers, $3.30
85.25: cows and heifers. $2.8384; canners,
$1.7382.25: stockers and feeders, $381.50;
calves, $3.2386.23: bulls, stags, eti. $2.2083.60.
Hogs Receipts. 6000. Marker 10c lower.
Heavy. $6.7586.85: mixed. 16.7036.75: light.
$a5036.70; pigs, $5.7586.50; bulk of, sales,
Sheep Receipts, 6000. Market steady. Fed
muttons. $4.7585.50; wethers, $4.5085; ewes,
$3.2384.50: .common and stockers, $1.5084.23;
s Metal Markets.
NE1V TORK, Feb. 6. The .London tin mar
ket followed up Its strength of yesterday with
another almost equal advance today, prices be
ing marked up 11 to 132 for spot, and 1132 13s
6d for futures. The local market was some,
what Influenced by the Strength abroad, and
was higher and steady at 2S.7682S.07Hc
Copper declined 5s In the London market,
closing- at 136 10s for spot and 156 5s for fu
tures. Locally, the market was quiet and un
changed. Standard. 12c: Lake. 12.62H812.S7-4:
electrolytlc12.e2'4312.S7'4, and casting, 12.358
Lead was 12s 3d higher, in Londontoday at
11 7s 6d. but here It remained quiet and un
changed at 4c
Spelter was quiet and unchanged here at
4.0385.p5c. and In London at 20 7s 64.
Iron 'closed at 63s 2d In Glasgow, and at
47s 4d In Mlddlesboro. Locally the market
was quiet and nominally unchanged. No. il
foundry Northern was quoted at $24&24.60' Nd.
2 foundry Northern. $22822.50; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft,
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW TORK. Feb. 6. Coffee Futures closed
unchanged to 9 points lower. Total sales were
67,750 bags. Including. March, $1.3584.40;
April. $4.50; May. J4.M84.eo; September, $4.85
84.00; October. $4.05: November, $5.5535.65;
December, $5.23: January, $5.2585.35. Spot
Bio quiet: mild quiet: No. 7 Bio. 6-jc
- Sugar Raw firm: refined steady; fair refining,
3H83 3-16c: centrifugal, 96 test. 3 "4c; molasses
sugar, 2T482 15-lGc; refined steady; crushed,
$3.25; powdered. $4.75; granulated, $4.63.
The price of Eagle granulated refined sugar
In two-pound bags has been lowered by the
American Sugar Refining Company 5 points to
ITevr York Cotton Market.
NEW TORK. Feb. 6. The cotton market
opened steady at a decline of 182 points, and
closed net unchanged to 5 points higher. Spot
closed quiet. Middling uplands, 0.15c; do Gulf.
0.40c Futures firm; February, 8.Sc; March.
8.90c; April, ,8-6Sc; May, 9.01c; June, S.S4c;
July, a 95c: August, 9.73c; September, 8.29c;
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