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1 FLURRY IN MONEY.
Call Loans Bushed Up to 9 Per
Cent Without Effect on Stocks.
HIGHER EARLY AND LOWER LATE
Industrials ictive and Fome of Them
WHI8KI AKD GAS LEAD THE LIST
New Tonic, Nov. 1. The stock market
was much less active to-day. The fluctua
tions were also less important tbau usual of
late, the net changes for the day in a ma
jority of instances being only 4 per
cent either way. Generally speaking, the
market was higher in the early trading and
lower during the afternoon, with, however,
a partial recovery at the close. Distilling
and Cattle Feeding led the list in point of
activity. Gas sold up to 95, the highest
point ever attained; American Cotton Oil
and Lead ruled firm at an advance of 1
per cent. Among 'the railroads the grangers
and trunk line shares were in brisk request
early in the day, but afterwards lost the
improvement. New York Central was a
marked exception, rising X to lllj-s, and
closing at the top notch. Heading and
Northern Pacific preferred were feverish,
and New York and New England weak.
The flurry in money which carried the
rate for call loans up to 9 per cent was used
against the market, but with comparatively
little effect The market closed quiet and
Kail road bonds were dull. The transac
tions were only $778,000. St Paul flrst I. &
M. division, ine 2 to 124J. Union Pacific
Ks declined IK to 67.
Whisky opened with a bulge, but still
long stock seemed to come in from some
source or another and the stock felt it all
Cay. The advance lately lias been very
sharp and we think the stock high enough
for the present. In Chicago Gas the buying
was the same as heretofore, but at 95 nnd
above there was also considerable Ions
stock for sale. Mifrar Mas taken in hand,
bnt they wero not able to doanythlngereat,
though the traders took a hand in raising it
Slonev was nctive and loaned up to 9 per
cent, but ne do not look for any higher
monev, as the drain West has diminished
considerably. Some money will have to
go South to move the cotton crop,
but not enouch to interfere to
any creat extent. Wo think that in
view of the coming elections and the uncer
tainty thereor it is well to be very conserva
tive, especially as the people ho are work
ing this inaiket are carrying a big load. J.
S. Baclie & Co. to Oakley & Co.
lioney was a little firmer in ton on the
prospect of higher rates abroad. Distillers
and Chicago Gas were tlio principal icatures
of what trading there was, and as both eased
oil in price as soon us nctive manipulation
was withdrawn, they furnish something of
an index to the listless and waiting market
which is now encountered. From Sproul
Government bonds closed as follows:
II. S- Js rest IMVIMntnat Union 6s.
U. S. l coup 1145t N. J. C. InfCert,
Northern l'ac lsts..H7
Northern l'ac 2ds... 1114
N'orthw'n Consols.. .13t
Northvr'n lien. 5s...lu5
Louls'nattatn d4... v4
Missouri fis 103
Tenn. new set us 101
be. I.. I. M Gen. 5s IXI'4
St. I AS. F.Gen. M.108S
bt. Paul onsols 128
t. P. C1P. lets. -.117
Tenn. new set OS.. ...101
Tenn. new set 3..
en. Pac lie ,'sts..
Pen. & R. G. lsts.
Den. All. G. 4s...
T. P. L. G. Tr. nets. S4J4
i. i . k. ex. xr. ttcis. sn
Union Pacific lEts ...HV
it cai uurc. ...
M. K. &.T. Gen. Cs.. 80H
21. K. AT. Gen. 5s.. 46
It. G. W. lsts
Cloe in mining shares:
Crown Point 120PIymouth 70
Con. CaL and Va MS sierra Nevada 115
Xleadwood...... 100 Standard 125
Gould and Currr.... Hi Union Con 105
Hale and Norc-ross... 125 Yellow Jacket 100
Homestake ISM'Iron silver 35
Mexican 125 Quick silver 300
orth star t (3ooiiIckSilicr, prcf....l70J
Ontario Stmoi Uulwer. 20
The total sales of stocks to-day were 231,000
Fharei. including Jtnrlington and Quincy,
st, Ha.ltUnoro Aiid-Oiiio. 3,70): Chicaeo Gas,
211,600: Distilling nnd Cattle, 47.000; Hocking
Valley, 4,100: New .England", 22,4o00; Northern
1'acirlc, prcferred.7,100; Rending, 13,000; Rich
mond and West Point, 7.300: St. Paul, 13,100.
Tlie following table shows the prires of active
stocks on the New York Stock Exchange. corrected
dally for Tux PinsncRR Dispatch by hltuey A
Stephenson. onhst Pittsburg members of the New
ork Slock lLChane, 57 Fourth avenue.
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pM..
jvm. supar Ket. Co..
Am Sue Rcf.to pld
Chesapeake A Ohio,
Clilcaco Gas Trut.
C, Iiur. A Quincv.
C. M. Ast.P
C. M. A St. V pfd.
C. Rock LAP
C SL 1 51. A O...
C. A Northwestern..
,. C. C, A I
Col. roMA Iron ..
(ol. AIIckInK Val.
Del , Lack. A est.
Del A Hudson
1 en. A Hlo Grande.
Den. fit. C. pld...
D. A-C F. Trust....
F, T., Va. A (la
Lake Erie A West .
Lake F.rtcA W..pM
Lake shore A 31. s ,
N atloual Cordaj:eCo
jvaiionai Leaa u..
Nat. L-ad Co. . prd
New York Centnl.
N.Y.. CASt. !....
N.Y.. L. E. 4V. :
-.1 a . r.
N. X.. O. A W
Norfolk A Western.
Nor. A Western, prd
North American C(.,
I'liUadiFa i. Read's
1. C - &SU L...,
P..O.C.A-5t. L. lifd.
Pnlhnan Pa ace Car'i
Ulch. A. W. P. T...
St. P. AD. pfd
SUP., . M.AM
Union 'aclfic '
"Vt ahtsb........ .....
Wheeling A-L. L...
W. AL. E.pld ,
Baltimore A Ohio...
B. A O. Trust
Humors ofn Sqneeze in November Corn the
Feature -of the Day.
Cnrcico, Nov. I. Except for some talk of
a squeeze in corn the markets to-day were
featureless. Wheat openedand closed weak
atc dccUno since yesterday. December
was relatively firm. Pardridso was reported
to oe covering a considerable short line In
Corn opened strong. There were rumors
of a contemplated sqneeze in November
corn, but In view of tho Tact that there is
nearly 6.000,000 bushels of contract corn here
now and stradily increasing, these fears
were not peneial. The deliveries on No
vember contracts wero about 2,300,000 bush
els, roost of it coins to E-isleston who, it was
rumored, whs acting for John B. Lyon. The
market closed weak at fc loss.
Oats are practically unchanged from last
with the October ribs deal eliminated, the
Drovislon market was once more apparent
ly in control of tho packers as a united body.
November pork sold off 2JJc and other ar-
Vessel raicH held steady at 2Jc Tor wheat
and 2o for corn at Buffalo.
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour
dull and 1 unchanged; No. 2 nrin' wheat,
70c; Xo. 3 upring wheat, KKQUUc; No.
2 red, 70c: No. 2 corn, 41Jc; Nn. 2 oat, 30c;
No. 2 white, 30c; No. 3 hitr. 31i3i!; No. 3
rye, SOJic: No. 2 barley, 6361c; No. 3. f. a b.,
SS63c: No. 4, f. o. b . 3050o. Na 1 flaxseed,
$1 J01 lOJi. Prime timothy seed, tl 7L
JUess pork, per bbL$ll 2 ll 50. Lard, per
100 Ibs.fS.35QS 60. Short rib sides (loose),
17 73. Dry salted shoulders (boxed), 17 KQ
7 50. Short clear aides (boxed), $805 3 10.
23)4 1 25!sl
Whisky, distillers' finished goods, per gal,
$1 is. Sugars Cut Ioaf,5K5Jc; granulated,
Jc; standard "A," Slic
Inuelpts Floor. 18 cOO barrels; wheat. 351.
000 bushels: corn, Sti.000 bushels: oats, 233,000
bushels; rye, 41,000 bushels: barley. 125.000
bushels. Shipments-Flour,' 28 000 barrels:
wheat. 96.000 bushels: corn, 229,000 bushels;
oats, 273 000 bushels; rye, 8,000busnels: barley,
On the rroduce Exchange to-day the but
ter market was firm and prices unchanged.
E.'ss firm; strictly fresh, 2121Xc
Range ofthe leading futures, furnished ey John
M. Oakley A Co., bankers and brokers, No. 45
New York Floob Receipts, 47,500 pack
ages; exports, 6,000 barrels and 18,100 sacks;
more active, steadier; sales, 19,300 barrels.
CoiuriiEAL dull and steady.
Wheat Receipts, 172.000 bushels; exports,
125,000 bushels; sales, 2,105,000 bushels futures;
72,000 bushels spot; spot easier, moderately
active, closing steady: N0..2 red, 707440 In
store and elevator, 74ffl745ic afloat, 75
76cf. o.b.;No. 3ied, dc; ungraded red,
67K77Jic; Na 1 Northern, 86c: No 2 North
ern, TSJc; options declined KJtc on Rn
increase in amount on passage, foreign sell
ing, lower private cables, large interior re
ceipts, small clearances and a Russian crop
estimate or 50,000,000 bushels above previons
estimates, closing n oak with tradiug moder
ately active. No. 2 rod November. 74J
743c, doinr at 74,c: December, 75J07Gje.
closinc at 75Jfc: Mav &lyi$Qic, cUining at
82lc; Juno, 83e83c, closing at 830.
Rte steady and quiet.
B.u ley dull.
Cons Receipts, 58,000bnshels: exports, 115,
000 bushels: sales, 1,375,000 bushels futures,
52 000 bushels spot. Spot dull and easier,
closing steady; No. 2, 5050cin elevator,.
51c afloat: ungraded mixed, 49K5."c; No. -3,49Kc:
options advanced early Xc on a
decrease in the amount on passage and
firmer West, declined c on a pressnre
to sell November and close:! weak at i JJc
under yesterday; Novemher. "f?s5?8c.
cloflncat 50c; December, 51 9-16 52$ c. closing
at 51Jc; May, 51Jj;52Ke. closing at 51c
Oats Receiptt, 104.000 bushels: exports, 80
bushels; sales, 40.000 bushels tntnres: 79,000
bushels spot. Spot dull and irregular: op
tions moderately active and stoady; Novem
ber, 33Sc,cloinir at 35fc; December, 37
37 7-lOc, closing at 37c; Sim , 4040Jc, closing
at 40e: No. 2 spot white, 39J"?c; mixed
Western, S537c; white do, 3945c; Na 2
Hat in lair demand and firm.
Hops quiet and steady.
Guoceries Coffee Options opened steady
and unchanged tn 10 points advance; closed
weak and unchanged to 10 points down.
Sales. 28,500 bags. Including November, 15.40
15 45c; December, 15.1515.30c; Januatv,
14 fcfigla 05c; February, 14.9-Jq; March, 14.70
14.90c; May, 14.5514.70c: September, 14 40c.
Snot Rio easier and oniet: No. 7. 16ti17Kc
Snirar, raw easipr and closing steady: lair
refining, 2c: sales 11 hogsheads Muscovado,
S9 test, at 2c; 1,465 bags centrilucals. 9o
test, 3c, and 75 bags molasses sngar, 89 test,
nt2c; refined steady and quiet. Molasses
quiet and steady. Rice firm and active.
Cottos Sfxo Oil firm and quiet.
Tallow firm nnd qniet.
Rosin firm nnd quiet.
TcnrEXTisE scarce and firm.
Egos moderate receipts: firmer: Western
prime, 23J24c; receipts, 6,746 packages.
Hides in l.ilr demand and firmer.
Hoo PnoDCCTS Pork quiet and steady. Cut
meat Arm: middles quiet; short clear,
November, S3 SO. Laid weak and dnll:West
ern steam closed at $3 00; sales, 250 tierces
ut $9 13; options, no sales; November, $3 15;
January. S7 Gl bid.
Dairy Phoducts Butter moderately active
and firm: Western dairy. 1622c; do cream
ery, 20J0c; Elgin, 29$30c
Philadelphia riour Demand light nnd
market weak. Wheat quiet and near deliv
eries n shade easier: 2io. 2 red November,
ilfittliiic: uecemDer. 7;a(so; January,
74Ji75c; February, 7677c. Corn Options
quioc; local carlots quiet: Nn. 3 mixed.' tmck
and in grain depot, 61c: No. 2 mixed Novem
ber. iSliwl'lc: December, 48c: January,-
47Ji48e: i'ebiuary, ,4754Sc. Oats Car lots
linu; futures quiet: No. 3 white, 37Vc; No. 2
wnitein eipraior, aic: no. 2 wnucNovem-
ber, S8Ji39tc; Decumber, S939Kc: January,
39V4393ic Provisions in lair demand with
fair jobbing trrie: pork, mess, new, $12 50
13 CO; do family. $18; hams smoked, 11K1jJc.
Kggs Arm; Pennsylvania firsts, 24c. Cliceso
steady; part skims, 67c
St. Louis Flour dull nnd unchanged.
Wheat cash 14c better at 65Jc; options un
settled and closed Ho tielow yesterday;
November, 65Jc: December, 67c; May,
74Jc. Corn Uisli. SEJic; options advanced
enilvbiitlecllned latnr and closed HQc
off; November, 3? Jc; December, 37c; year.
37JJC: May, 41gc. Oirs lower; cash and
November, 28Jgc; May. 33JJC. Rye lower to
sell at JSc biu. Barter dull: Iowa sold 56K
GIc: Minnesota, 42K"6c. Bran activo ut
5153c east track. Hay slow and un
ch.inired. Flax seed unchanged. Corn meal,
$1 8Cl 85.
Minneapolis December opened at 67Jc
and closed at 67c after selling at CSJc; iay
opened at 74c and closed at 73c. Tne
oourse ot thn options was much the same.
There was a good trade In cash wheat. Tho
principal sul oi No. 1 Northern was 133 cars
at C8c and S4 cirs at 68Jc: in No. 2 Northern
52 cars sold at 64c and 45 cars at 64c. Re
ceipts of wheat here wero 319 cars and at
Dniuth and Superior 432 tars. Close: Mav,
73Kc: November, 67Kc; Dcconiber, 67c. On
tiack: No. 1 hard. r.Sc; No. 1 Northern, 68JJcj
No. 2 Northern, Mgdoc
Toledo Wheat dull but steady: No. 2 cash
anil Novembor, 71c: December. 72c; May,
7tKc- Corn rtnll: No. 2 cash, 40)ic, Oats
quiet: cash, Slo bid. Rye dull; cash, 51c.
Lloverseed active; cash, prime, November
and December, $6 85: March. $7 00. Receipts
Honr,257 baireU; wheat. C7,5t9 bushels; corn,
10,245 bushels; oats, 1.206 bushels; rye, 3,320
bushels: cloverseed, 976 bags. Shipments-Flour-
1,189 ban els; wheat, 71250 bushels;
coin, 1.600 bushels; rye, 400 bushels; clover
seed, 414 bags.
Clncinnatl-Flour easr. Wheat steady;
No. 2 red. 66c; receipts, 12,600 bushels: ship
ments. 5J0u bushels. Corn dull; No. 2 mixed,
43". Osts quiet; No. 2 mixed, 3232Kc Rye
quiet; No. 2, 56c. Pork easier ami lower at
$1120. -Iird qntet nt J84KX Bulk meats
dull, 7 75S 00. Bacon steady, $9 37K9 50.
Whisky iictiie: sales, 1,116 barrels ut $115.
Butter quiet. Sugar steady. ggs stiongcr
Italtimore Wheat Qulot: No. 2 red, spot
and November, "o-JJe: December, 725fe; May,
SOKcCorn ea: mixed spot, 48t.c; year,
47Jic; January. 4647Kc Oats steady; Na
2 hite Western, 3S39c. Rye dull; Na . 2,
5SJc. Hay dull. Urain trelghts quiet,
provisions nnchamred. Butter firm; cream
ery fancy, 2930c Eggs firm at 25c Coffee
and others unchanged.
Milwaukee -Flour quiet." Wheat easy; De
cember, ecjjjc; No. 2 spring, 66c; No. 1 North
ern, 71c. 1 orn quiet; No. 2 white, S433c;
No. 3 do, 3233Kc Barley quiet; Novembor,
65c; uample, 4CQC7C. Rve quiet; No. J, 51c.
Recoipts Flom, 3.(60 barrels- wheat, 181,000
bushels; b-irley, 101,000 bushels. Shipments
Flour. 12.C00 barrels; wheat, 19,000 bushels;
barley, 85,000 uushels.
Kansas City Wheat steady, unchanged;
No. 2 hard. 6463e; No. 2 red, 6667c. Corn
in demand una very scarce: No. a mixed, 34
fz34Wc: Na 2 white, 373Sc. Oats firm: No.
2 mixed. 25K2Ce: Nit. 2 white, 2829c Be-"
telpts W heac, 111,000 imshels: corn. 4.0W)
bushels; oats none. Shipments Whcif.
S4 000 bnshels; com, 4,000 bushels; oats, 1,000
Duluth The'market opened strong and
higher to-day at JiK above yesterday's
close for cash in mo etrly tradlmr. Close:
No. 1 hard, cash and Nnvmiber, 70Xc:" De
comber, 71Jic; May, 77e: No. 1 Northern,
cash nnd November, 68c; December, 69;
May, 75e: Na 2 Northern, cash, 62c; De
ccmbci. 63c: No. 3, 53c; rejected, 49jc.
Buffalo Wheat No. 1 hard, SOJfc; No 1
Northern. 77c; Na 2 red, 75c; No. 2 corn,
460. Receipts Wheat. 320,000 bnshels.
Com. 10,000 bushels Shipments Wheat,
345,000 bushels; com, 160,000 bushels.
New Yobk. Nov.
J. Wool firm and quiet,
25035c; pulled, 2032c;
Philadelphia, Nov. 1 Medium and quar
ter blood wools still lead in the demand.
Rather more inquiry tor fine wool at the In
side anotatlon. Ohio, Pennsylvania and
West Virginia ZX and above, 2S29c: X, 23
28c; "medium, SJ34c; coarse, 3S34c; New
York, Michigan and Indiana tind Western
fine or X and XX,2426c; medium. 32$le;
coarse, 3233c; fine washed delaine and XX,
2832c: medium washed combing and do
laine, 3536c; coarse dodo, 8435c; Canada
dodo, 3l32c: tub wnsheil.-uiiolce, 36J3Sc;
lair, 35636c; 'coarse. 3334c; medium un
washed combing and delaine. 254327c; coarse
do do do, 2526c; Montana, lmtMc: Terri
SOME GOOD ADVANCES.
Airbrake and Phillio Move Up and
Duqnesne Starts to Recover,
SWITCH AND SIGNAL BUOYANT.
Pittsburg and Birmingham Traction the
Only Point of Ileal Weakness.
LOCAL AND GENERAL FINANCIAL NEWS
Tuesday, Nov. 1.
The ceneral tone of the market for local
securities exhibited a 'slight improvement
to-day. There were not so many weak
spots in the market and farther additions
were made to the value of those shares
which have recently re-acted from a more
or less extended downward movement. Of
these shares Airbrake was conspicuous with
an 'advance lo 129 'bid and Philadelphia
Company with a gain of a half point at 22
bid. Duquesne traction was in demand
from good sources, under the- influence
of which it recovered practically
from the low point of the
previons day and closed strong, thus stamp
ing as correct tlie opinion expressed in
these columns, that it had touched bottom
Monday. The selling fever with respect to
this stock appears to have entirely abated,
and a gradual and extended upward turn
would not surprise anyone closely connected
with the street It is not probable, however,
that the movement in it will amount to
much until after tho election. The char
acter of the demand for Philadelphia Com
pany was excellent, and if indications were
not misleading the stock absorhed yes
terday and to-day dropped into
hands not likely to let go of
it before a snbstnntinl advance
has been established. Some of the pur
chases were undoubtedly lor eastern ac
count, but experience has demonstiated
that the eastern traders aio not slow to take
reasonable profits when in sight, and a mod
erate rise will likely throw such purchases
on the market again. One of the featuics of
the day was the purchase by Hill & Co. irora
Morris & Browning of a block of 3"-0 sharos
of the stock at 2 Union Switch and
Signal was strong.parilcularl v the preferred,
a small lot or which was picked up ut S3 by
II. M. Lonsr. Central traction did not hold
up to the prevlqus close, presumably because
tho. Mayor's veto of tho Bellefloid street
railway oidlnnnce was not sustained by
Councils. Independent of this factor, how
evci, the best opinion seems to be that the
stock is worth more than current quota
tions. The only 1 call v weak spot in tho list
was Plttsbiiror A Birmingham traction.
which sold at 23i4 ancVclosed at the latter
" The other features of tho day on 'cluuure
were sales of Pleasant Valley railway at 25
and the sale of a round lot of Allegheny Val
ley railway preferred at 12, Hill & Ca selling
to James carothei s.
Electric unassented was qnoted at 2324,
the second prefeired.it 50 asked and the
first preierred at S8K59. Other shares
were about unchanged.
The unlisted street railway shares closed
ab follows: Duquesne traction, 27 bid: P.
& B. traction, 2324; P., A. & M. traction,
Money in the East.
' New Toek, Nov. L Tho Evening Post says:
The recent sharp advance in money hub
largely sentimental, and was not perma
nently Justified by oithor piesent or pios
pective conditions. If there had been any
real "tightness" of money it would, of
course, have expressed itself before nnd
dunng the November interest payments.
On the contrary, this week's money market
has be.cn extremely quiet, with a steady
tendency to lower rates. To-day's business
in time money, was actually done at reduced
flgures and this in spite of tho fact that cur
rency shipments southward are still draw
ing on New York funds. The fitct is general
business in and out or the stock market is
little enough changed from what it was in
the spring and summor, and it is the condi
tion of business which, after all, governs tho
rate of money.
Dividends have been announced as fol
lows, all semi-annual unless othei wiso speci
fied: Monongabola National Bank, 3 per
cent; German National, 6; Diamond -National,
5; First National of Allegheny,- 4; Ex
change 'National, 4: Iron City National, 4;
Bank of Pittsburg. 4.
Mr. ThomasTJ. Boa, formerly at the head
of Roa-Uros. Co., the F0111 th avenuelbnnk
ersand brokers, has become a New Yoiker.
A telegram received by Mr. Henry Sproul
this afternoon annonncos :hat Miv ilea has
taken charge of the New York office of Dick
Bros. & Lawrence, members of the New York
nna x'miaaeipnia siock exchange;..
Max Schoenthal, of New York, dealer in
hops and malt, has made, an assignment
with prelerence to feellie Housnh. The at-
"tornev lor Mr. Schoenthal said yesterday
tuac na was presseu lor immediate, piy
ments which ho nas unable to meet and he
had also had some losses In his btisiue-s
(inoculations. ThoJIabilltlesaro upward of
1250,000, part ot wilfh is due to creditors in
this city and part in Europe. He could not
say what the assets would amount to.
By advice ot counsel tho Western Union
directors to-dav decided not to take notion
in the matter of disposition of the now stock
until the new certificates have been regis
tered in the office of tlie Secretary of State.
A director sa s that a 10 per cent stock divi
dend has been practically decided unon.
Tho directors or tho Pennsylvania Rail
road declared a semi-annual dividend or 3
per cent upon the capital stock, clear of
State taxes, nnd payable on and after No
vember 29. 1F92, to the shareholders as they
stood registered on the books o( the com
pany at 3 o'clock r. M. Octoher 31, 1892.
If. II. Long bought Switch preferred from
Sproul & Co , Duquesne tiartion from Law
rence & Co., and Pleasant Valley from J. B.
J. B. Barbour sold P. & B. traction to Hill
Papers have been filed In the United States
Circuit Court of New York by the Edison
Electric Light Company against tho Sawyor
Mnnn Electric Company lor infringement of
patents on incandescent electric lamps.
Sales and Closing Quotations.
Transactions on 'Change were as
10 shares P. & B. traction
50thftres Dnquesue traction
10 shares Unlun Switch and blgsal pfd
15 shares P. & B. traction
AFTER CALL. ,
10 shares Pleasant Valley Railway
200 hares'Allegheny Valley Railroad pfd...
10 shares Philadelphia Company
40 shares P. & II. traction
33 shares P. All. traction
300 shares Philadelphia Company
15 shares Pleasant Valley Railway.,
25 shares Pleasant Valley Railway.,
Total sales, 720 shares. Closlnj
; bids and
lit call. 3d call. Sdcau.
STOCKS. , . , , .
Bid Ask Old Ask Bid ASfc
Exchange Nat. Bk. 84V
M. Ail. Nat, Bk... 74H T3VJ 74S .... 7IJ4 ....
Third Nat. Bk VBH
Birmingham Ins. : 53
Humboldt ins G5 (5
People's Ins 25 ....
Western Ins. Co 40 .... 40 .... 40
Charters Val. Gas. 12 13 jj
Ohio Valley 32
I'co. N. O. & P. Co. 1444 UH 14K 15l 1V4 15
Philadelphia Co.... 22 22H 22! 223s 2JK 22(4
Wheeling Gas Co. IB 17 I8S4 .... 1DH
Central Traction.:.. 29j SOS 29)4 30)4 ZH 30!4
Citizens' Traction.. '4 61 mi 6.1 2Vt bj
Pittsburg Traction. 53 60 5s 60 53 60
Pleasant Valley..... 25!, 25'4 25J 2534 25, 2534
Second Avenue 50 65
Chanters Railway. .... 63 ....
P.. Y. A. R. R... .... 49 .... 43 ... 49
Pitts. C. S. R. R II .... 11 .... 11
Plus. 4. Western... 5 .... 5
Pitts.. W. & Ky 53 .... B3 ....
Hand Street Brldg 44
Northslde Mrtdjre 49 .... 49 .... 49
Pitts. lllr. Bridge 63
Union Hrirtge 18
La Notia Mln. Co.. 13c 20c 14c ..,.
Luster Milling Co S 8 8i 0
Red Cloud Mln. Co 14 ... .. ,. ."
Westingliouse 23. 24 23 34- .... 24
Motion. W ater Co ssi
Union Mor. Co .;... SS ,
Unions. a. Co.... v4 .... 1 10 10), UK
Union b. AS. prd... 37 40 S7H .... J72 40
West. Airbrake I o. 127 130 129 133 ., ....
Stand. U. Cable Co. 7554 It.
U.S.GIas.COm 68 87 SoSj 67)4 68W 87)4
U. S. Class, pfd I15H ....115 ..
Reports of bank people are unchanged. A
fair demand for money prevails, with rates
quoted steady at o6 per cent on call and
time loans. Eastern encliangi and currency
are trading even.
New Yonx, Jf or. J. Money on coll flrmer
at 5 to 9 per cent; last Joan. 6; closed joffered
at 6 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 8X'
'DTSPATOB; . WEDNESDAY,!,
per cent. Sterling exchange firm, with
Victual business at H 83 for 60-day bills
and $4 86 for demand
Boston, ov.l Clearing houe balances,
$2,542,247; rate. 4 call loans, 605 per cent;
time loans, 5QS per cent.
Clearing Bonse Figures.
Exctunres to-dar S2.11S.88S 99
I Balances to-day. 205,56178
ame nay last weea:
Exchanges I 3441818 21
Balances . 437.611 30
" Ni.w York. Nov. llClearines. J159.769.107:
BoSTOir, Nov. L Clearings. $2I,903,6ZS: bal
ances, $2,542,247. Money, 4 per cent. Ex
change on New York, par and 5c discount.
CniCAOO, Nov. L Bank clearings to-day,
$12,274,505. New York exchange soldatnar.
Sterling exchange dull; 60-day bills, $4 83;
demand, $4 86- Money firm at 66 per cent.
Baltimore, Nov. h Clearings to-day were
$3,231,778; balances, $356,785. Money 6 per
Philadelphia, Nov. 1. The bank clear
ings to-day were $16,443,719; balances, $2,470,
745. Monev S per cent:
St. Louis, Nov. L Clearings, $4,075,164; bal
ances, $488,394. Money quiet at 607 percent.
Exchange on N'e W.York par.
Memphis, Nov. L Xew York exchange
selllner at par. Clearings," $318,178; balances,
Closing Philadelphia Quotations.
Pennsylvania, ex-dlr. 54
Uuffalo. New York aad Philadelphia 7H
LelUt-h ValleT 57J
Lehigh Navigation 54
Philadelphia and Erie 32
Northern I'acloc common 18W
Nortnern Pacloc, preferred..
Bosroif. Nov. . rstoecia'.l The closing
Nov. . ISpecia'. The
quotations of electric stocks to-day were:
General Electric Company 115l
General Electric Company pfd 117)4
W.-E. CO 39
W. E. Co. pfd 49U
Ft. W. E. 12-a
Ft. W. E. A. 7
T.-II. Tr. Co.. D 1H
T.-H, Electric Weld 10
Boston Stocks Closing Prices.
Atehfson AToneVa.. 3SU
Annls:on Land Co.. 15
Boston A Albany.. ..20l)s
Boston & Maine i.u
C. II. AO 101
Fltchburg R. K MS
Flint rerc H., pro. u
Mass. Central 17ft
5fcx. Cen.. eom 14fci
Boston Land Co. .... 5)4
MinllleroLanrt Co. 11)?
N. Y. A N. Eog 4
N. v. it n. is. 7S....USX
Rutland pfd 70
Wti. Central com.... 16
Allonez M. Co.(ucw) 1
Boston A Mont 321)
Calumet A Hecla....S)0
West End Land Co. 1734
Hell Telephone J-S
I.amson btore S IB
Water Power 21-18
Central Mining 734
N. E. Tel, CO
Butte A 13. Cop 9
j Bar Silver.
New York. Nov. 1. Special. Bar silver
in London, 39J1 peroz. New York dealers'
price for'silver, 83Jc per oz.
Loirooif, Nov. L To-day is a holiday on
the Stock Exchange here it being the icgu
lar semi-uunual settling dnv at the Bank of
England. Amount of bullion withdrawn
iroin the Bank of England on balance to
day, 140 000. Money ljil per cent. Rate
of discount In the open market for both
short and three months' bills, 2 per cent.
NO PREMIUM ON OIL.
The Bonos Was Not Added to the Market
Price Yesterday-Fourth Sand Well
Brought in at Venice Two Brush Creek
Wells Salo of a Gas Plant.
There was no premium placed on McDon
ald oil yesterday, as some of the producers
bad anticipated, but they are still hopeful
that it will come before the end of the year.
The result of tho work in the fields yester
day was not of a startling character.
Down near Venice, five miles south of Mc
Donald, the Wheeling Gas Company drilled
its NO. 1 on the May property in the fourth
sand, from which it will produce 75 barrels a
Tne Woodland Oil Company has cased on
the Scott farm southwest of McDonald.
There was a rumor on Fourth avenue last
evening that one of tho largest producing
firms in the field had closed a deal which
would transfer its ontiro property in Mc
Donald to a party of New York capitalists.
As tho princioaU could not be seen, the
story could not be verified.
Sistersvlllo had nothing to contribute ex
cept in rognrd tn the Keener heirs well of
the Devonian OH Company in the South
west, Tankage was completed eaily yoster
day morning and tho oil turned in when it
was lound to be flnwinsr at the into of 124
barrels a day, or six barrels an hour, and so
lar no water has been developed.
Tho Devonian OH Company's No. 3 on tho
McDonald farm nt McDonald wns reported
to be showing for a light well. At the office
of the company they reported it was not
yet in the sand.
Connors & Co. havto started to drill at their
No. S on the N. G. Cook farm, south of Laurel
The Florenco Oil Company Is down 900 feet
on the Gibson farm.
The Kojal Gas Company is drilling No?. 9
and 10 on the . McDonald and No. 6 on the
K. McDonald farms. Nos. Oand 0 are each
down about 700 feet.
The Sinclair Oil Company is closing its No.
6 on the Kirk larm in tho Melse pool.
Bncan CaKEK The Forest Oil Company is
in the sand at its Nos. t nnd S o'l the Meedor
farm, and they arej showing for 40 or 50-bar-rel
Sale of a Gas Plant.
Tho Tioncsta Gas Company has sold its
plant to a stock company of lionesta busi
ness men, and the name ill be changed to
the Citizens' Ti list Company. The sale took
Slace in Bradford. Major A. C.'IIawkins, or
radford, owned three-fourths of the stock
nnd J. D, and IX S. Dnyis, ot Tionesta, the re
maining quarter. The Tionesta Gas Com
pany was organized six years ago and sup
plies 300 stoves. The gaslspired from tho
Spoecliley district. S. W. Agnew and T. F.
Ritchoyinade the purchase in the name of
the Citizens' Trust Company. Consideration
The Gauges Tuesday.
The production of McDonald was 18,000
yesterday, the same as the day before.
Stock in field, 40,000.
The runs from the Ststersvllle field were
15,831 barrels on Monday.
Buns and Shipments Monday.
The runs of the National Transit Company
wore 55)039; shipments, 33,540.-- Southwest
runs from McDonald were 18 654; outside
of McDonald. 13,055; total, 31,709. Buckeye
Pipa Lino runs from tho Macksburg field,
4.6J3; shipments, not in; Buckeye runs of
Lima oil, not in: shipments, 49,024: Eureka
Pipe Line runs, 17,919: shipments 4,863; South
ern Pipe Lino shipments, 51,345; New York
Transit shipments, 72,163.
Tho Tidewater Pipe Line rnns on Monday
weie 8,172; total, 105,225: average, 3,394. Tho
shipments on Monday none; total for the
month, 227,566; average, 7,341.
Westoru nnd Atlantic mns on Monday
were 9.144: shipments, 2,291; tot.il 1 11ns for tho
month, 91,283: total shipments, 74,934.
The Mondav rnns of the W. L. Mellon lines
were 6,106; shipments, 4,804.
1 - The Oil Marker.
Range of tho Doconibcr option: Opening,
51!c; highest, 51c; lowest, SlJc: closing,
Refined-New York, 6.03c; London, i
4d; Antwerp, 13Xf.
New Youk, Nov. L Petroleum opened
steady and remained so throughout the day.
Pennsylvania oil, spot sales, 2,000 barrels at
60c: December option sales, 6,009 barrels at
SIc. Lima oil, sales, none; 17c bid. Total
sales, 8 000 Parrels.
Oil Citt, Nov. 1. National Transit certifi
cates opened, 51c; highest, 51c; lowest, 51c;
closed, 51c; sales. 71,000 barrels; shipments,
136,241 barrels; runs, 137,701 barrels.
Nsw York, Nov. L The sharp advance in
Liverpool this morning is another evidence
ot the truth of tho saying that the unex
pected always happens. Under the de
moralized feeling in this market yesterday
caused by the heaviest recoipts ever known,
January sold as low as 8.63. To-day Liver
pool market improved 3s 6d and as a lesiilt
January deliveiies wero in good demand at
the Opening at 8.18 to 8.19 and advanced
to 8.23 from -which realizing sales caused a
slight decline. During the afternoon the
market gradually improved in tone closing
Arm at 12 points advance on the day. Re
coipts to-day were 42,630 bales and for to
morrow they are estimated at 46,000.
Galveston-, Tex, Nov. L Cotton dull;
middling. 7JJc; low middling, Te good or
dinary, 6c; net and gloss receipts, 7,692
bales: exports to Great Britain, 5,200 bale;
sales. 1,159 bales: stock, 14i,e07 bales.
When Baby was sick1, we gave her Csstoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria).
,A NEW PARK PROBABLE.
Allegheny Citizens Want tho Watson Prop
erty Purchased by the City and Con
verted Into a Park Current tiosslp,
Tuesday, Nov. L
Allegheny Citj will in all probability
havo another park before a great while.
Many of the most prominent citizens of
that city are taking a very great interest in
the movement, and the officials are also as
deeply interested in the enterprise. Mr.
D. K. Park, at the suggestion of the citizens
whose names appear below, has secured an
option on the Watson property, a tract men
tioned in this column some time ago as being
a very desirablo one for park puiposos. It
lies on the western side of Perrysvllie ave
nue and contains 187 net es. The option is at
$780 an acre, which is considered to be about
one-half of the real value of the property.
Some realty adjoining it, of a similar natnre,
which has no Iroumge on the avenue, wns
recently sold at $1,250 nu acre cash, and tho
Watson land is contidered worth at least
$500 an acre more. The inducement offered
to the owner for placing the price at $780 an
acre Is that it is to be used forparkpurposes,
and that tho oonverslon of the tract into a
park will enhance tho value of the property
on the opposite side of the avennc, which is
also owned by the same gontleman.
The peoplo interested piopose to have tho
city take tho property, ir possible, and they
promie to contribute handsomely toward
the improvement of the ground by private
suDscriptlon. Following aio the names of
some of the gentlemen interested as stated
aoove: B. F. Jones, Mark W. Watson, John
Glial fan t, Thomas AL Mashall, Thomas M.
Mai shall, Jr., Rev. B. F. Woodburn, James
A. Chambeis, Edward T. Dravo, Judge Mc
Clung, D. F. Henry, Mrs. Gusky, Boggs&
Jiu hi, A. M. Marshall, George Shims, Lewis
Peterson, Jr., William G. Park, George B.
Hill, F. Andriefiseri, Thomas R. Pusey, Judse
Porter, James McCntclieon, Willis Dalzell,
HaTry Darlington, A. E. W. Painter, James
G. Park, John H. Dalzell, Joseph Walton,
Isaac Craig, Jddge Bredln, George P. Ham
ilton, Jr., Jaihes H. Lindsay.
1 A Little Gossip.
Messrs. Piper & Clark to-day closed a deal
In city icalty iuvo.vlug $65,000.
Mr. Edward Erebbs will shortly com
mence the election of a fine stone dwelling
on Fifth avenue, near Neville street.
It is reported that two more btorles will
be added to the Western Union Building,
corner or Filth avenue and Wood street, the
work to be commenced soon.
The following permits were issued to-day:
Peter Sieger, a iwo story framo dwelling.
Maple avenue: cost $2,573. William Scott, a
one-story frame carriage house, corner Fifth
avenue and Craig street; cost $1,300. John
Dolan, a two-story frame dwelling, Whitney
street, near Ward street; cost $1,0C0. C.
Welsh, a two-story lramo dwelling, Home
stead street, near North Homestead; cost
$2,400. Cote Lumber Contpany, Limited, n
two-story frame carpenter shop, Larimer
avenue, between Broad and Station streets:
cost $523. Adam Alter, a one-story framo
dwelling, Coleman stieer, near Gieenfleld
avenue; cost $175. Henry Kemmaren, a one
story frame dwelling, Harrison street, be
tween Fifty-second andMcCandlessstieets;
John F. Sweciy sold for A. W. Ruple, of
No. 2 Carson street, lots Nos. 27, 23 and 29, in
Kennelworth plan, Thirteenth ward, Pitts
burg, each fronting 20 feet on Adelaide
street, a paved thorouzhfaro and extondimr
back 100 feet to a 20-root nlley, to Miller 4
Bowman, who will immediately begin the
erection of three- dwellings; consideration,
Reed B. Coyle & Ca sold for tho Bellevno
Land Coinpauv lot No. 164, in their plan of
Sunny Side, Bellevue, fronting 50 feet on
Orchard avenue, by 150 leet deep, for $750;
also leport the sale of lots Nos. 96 and 97, in
the A. L. Watkins plan, Wilmerding, for
Black & Baird sold to John J. Kelly lots
N03. 322, 323, 3li ana 3, in the Alta Land
Co.'s plan, on Duquesne Heights, Thirty
fifth ward, fronting together 72 leet on Sweet
briar street, near Virginia avenue, by 100
leet in depth to a 20-foot 'a I ley, for $360.
Mssrs. Piper & Clark sold for W. H. Will
iam in his plan in the Nineteenth ward, lot
No. 5, 40x100 feet to a 20-Ioot alley, for $1,400
E. T. Schaffner. the hillton real estate
agent, reports the sale to John J. Broderick
of a frame hohse of eight rooms, with a lot
30x120 feet, situated on John street, Mt.
Olive-, lor $2,0H) cash. He sold this property
for Henry Bauer, of Knoxville.
John K. Ewlng & Co. sCld for S. F. Hoois to
Mr. Elizabeth McGurg&n, a lot fronting 24
feet on Lllls avenue nnd extending tnton-h
to Shelton avenue 151 feet; for $659. Messrs.
Ewlng & Co. have sold-'this same lot three
times since Julyl. The first s'ale was made
at $475, the second at $525 and tho last ono at
$650, showing a small increase each time.
1 hey lenort real estate in tho Tenth ward
very active, especially In building lots.
C. K. Chambcrlln sold lot No. 49. in the
Nimmick Torrace plan, Wilkinsbnig, 31x140
feet, to John A. Avitter. of Braddock, for
W. A, Herron & Sons sold a lot 50x160 feet,
on Wnllingfoid stieet. near Morowood ave
nue. Shady Side, for $4,125. Tho purchaser,
besides, pays for tho street improvements.
The property will bo impioved soon.
DAIRY PRODUCTS1 FIRM.
Creamery Batter Continues Its Upward
Movement Improied Demand for
Cheese Increasing Interest in Dried
Fruits Despite Higher Prices Current
Tuesday, Nov. L
Sales of creamery butter on the Elgin
butter board yesterday were made at an ad
vance of 14H Vec lb over la8t week's
prices. This about represents the broker
age, but it is not likely to be add;d to
prices current here. The market is still
bare oi goods and adequate supplies arc
bard to get, which means, according to the
dealers here, a continued upward drift of
A steady feeling has pervaded the cheese
market for some days past. Demand shows
improvement for prime makes of all kinds,
and the recent advance is ueing well sup
ported. As the season advances and the weather
growsmoie favorable togoods in the dressed
poultry Hue. moie inteiest is uatuially
liianilcstcd. In a Short time dealers will bo
looking for their supplies fiom the commis
sion houses nnd liberal shipments will prob
ably find a ready outlet at better prices than
prevail at themomunt.
New crop evaporated apples, rings, were
on the maiker to-day at LJ13Jc per lb, an
advance of 56e over the opening prices lust
. One brand standard Jersey tomatoes was
sold last week at as low as 67c, but 90c
f-cems still to be tho market puce for full
standards, while 92o is reached on some that
enjoy apodal lavor with exacting buyers.
f Via peaches, canned, are offered a little
cheaper in the Baltimoie maiket; for ex
ample, 3-lb at $1 00, C-Ib nt $2 20, and gallons
at ti 20. There woie quite good sales of 3-lb
standards at $1 C5l 75, and 3 lb seconds at
$1 40l 45 there.
Dued fruits are receiving steadily increas
ing attention. Prunes arc In sharp demand,
with California stock about the only var
iety on the market, and prices are higher.
Grain, Flour and Feed.
Grain continues weak, but tliero is a llttlo
improvement in tho domand and some of
the commission men ate hopeful of an early
change for the bettor in prices.
Sales on call nt tho Grain and Flour Ex
change to-day: One car mixed ear corn, live
days, 45c: one car extra No. 3 white oats, five
days, SoJc; ono car No. 2 timothy hay, five
days, $1-1 50. Bids mid offer:
.. 13 50
.. 15 00
Extra No. 3 white oats,
Winter whcit hran ,..,
No. 2 red wheat....,
No. 1 iillnw shelled com.
New No. 2 yellow she led corn..
New No. 2yellowear corn
Old mixed car corn,
Nu. 2 white u-Us
Extra .o. 3 white oats
Inter wheat hran
Choice timothy hay
No. I tlinollijr ln.v
N . 2tlinothv hay
Feeding prairie hay
. 13 5n
. 13 00
. 12 U)
, 7 50
. 9 25
No. 2 red wheat 74 77
No. 2 yellow shelled cord 49
No. 2 yellow ear corn 58
New No. 2 vellow lar corn 43 48
No. 2 white oats 305 37tf
Winter-wheat bran 14 1SH 14 50
Choice timothy hay 13 6iJ, 15 CO
No. 1 timothy h-iv 1! 10 13 50
Receipts bulletinol: Via the D. & 0. 1
car rye, a cars oats, 5 cars bay, 3 cars mid
dlings, 3 curs wheat ; via the P., C, C
& St. L 10 tars hay, 5 cars oats, 2 curs bran,
1 car wheat, 4 cars corn; via the P., Ft, W.
&.C 1 car wheat, 1 car stiaw. 9 cars hay, 2
cars barley, 9 cars oats, 1 car bran, 1 car
BAXOK or THE 1IABKKT.
ITbs foUowlnr'qnotatloni for grain, feed, hay
and straw are for car lots on track. Dealers charge
a .mall advance from store. J
WHEAT-No.2red 74 ffl 75
CORN No. 2 yellow ear S3 m 53)4
Mich mixed ear 5l'j 52
Mixed ear..... & M
New No. 2 yellow ear 4j W
No. 2 yellow shelled 48 2 4SJf
High mixed slalled 45Ji3 46
Mixed shelled 41 g
Oats-No. 1 white Wig 33
No. 2 white JSJ4 37
Extra No. 3 white 38 & fH
No. 3 g ;
Mixed - J3 34
Ktb-No. 2 Western Ju g ci
No. 2Western ." 5. 53
Floub (Jobbers' pr!ces)-Fancy bnmls. 34 75
5 00: standard winter patents. 4 4 75; spring
patents. 6T0I SM straight winter. 4 0n- -o:
clear winter. 3 754 00: XNX bakers, J3 753 85;
rye. S3 !t(3yi 73.
The Exchange Prfce Cliirenf quotes flour
in carlots on track as follows:
Patent winter. $3T3S!S
Patent spring 4 4C4 50
Straight whiter 3 5tU 7;
Clear winter j" "g3 2-
Low grades .'. 2 ttaz 50
Rye floor 3 35a3S0
oprlng bakers 3 253 50
MlLFKTD No. 1 white middlings, J17 50ia 0:
No. iwhtte middlings. !:6(X!S 50: wlnterwheat
bran. S14 5fU 75; brown middlings, ja oc:6 to:
chop, is oe:i 00. .. . .
llAT-Chon-e timothy, r7514 23: No. I tim
othy. S13 uc13 25; No. 2 timothy, f 11 00I1.'0;
mixed c'over and timothy, 312 C012 W: packing,
$7 C03 00: feeding prairie. J8 509 00; wagon ha),
(15 0U$t7 00.
STKAW-Wheat, f5 756 00; oat, IS 00G 3; rye,
(6 5037 00.
SBOAB Patent cnt-Ioat 6J4C: cubes. Slic: pow
dered, 5J4c;granulated. (standard). 5J4c; confec
tioners' A. 5c: sort A. 4V4'c: fancy vellow. 4Jc;
fair yellow. 4H45c;coininou yellow. 3?4;e.
Coffee-Roasted, in packages Standard brands.
523-2UC: second erases. 5!c: fancy grades, a
3I)c. Loose Java, Siii&'Bicx Santos. Zt&SIliv:
.Maracalbo. 2Sc: Peaberry, 27.5)ic: Caracas, 2
aVic: Rio. 22U2Gjc.
3IOI.ASSES Choice. 3333)ic; fancy, SOf340c;
Syrup Corn svrup, r4Kc: sugar svrnp. S33lc;
fancy flavors, 3235c: blackstrap. 15'16c.
Fbuits London laver raisins. Si 50: California
London layers. 1 0UQ2 10; California muscatels,
bags, 5.Hc: boxed, SI 151 25: Valeucia. SUlgSc:
Ondara Valencia, 7H7c: California sultanas. IUH
lie; currants. -;l,,c: Calllurnia prunes, 10"t
lie: French prunes, 8SHe. California seedless
raisins, 1-lb cartons, (3 75; citron, 202Ic; lemon
RICE Fancy head Carolina. 6!i64c: prime to
choice, 51il3!c; Louisiana. 5,iSc; Java, Zh&'ici
t'AXSED UOODS-tandard peaches, K 1C2 20;
extra peaces. SZ 452 50: seconds. 1 052 tu: pie
peaches. (1 -J5l 3u; Uncut corn. SI 4Ct 50: liar
iord county corn. $1 tUtiii 10: lima beans, si 2U
1 2; so-iKed, 80085c: early June peas 31 l"l 73:
marrowf.it peas. 51 0M?1 10: soaked. 7S)c: French
neas. 811 50321 00 D 1O11 rnns. or tl WS- SO 9 dozen :
pineapples, 81 251 3): extra on. ! 40: Bahama
do. f3 00: Danism plums. Eastern. SI IS; Cali
fornia pears, $2 252 -"5; 1I0 green gages. 81 7J:
do egg plums, 81 76: do apricots. Si 80i 10: do
extra white cherries. 82 75.: 85: ilo white cherries.
2-lb cans. II 85: raspberries. 81 251 50;sirwber
rlcs. $1 loI 25: gooseberries. 81 1CT$1 25: tomatoes.
95c81 CO: salmon. l-lb. 1 301 CS: blackberries 7MI
SOc; succotash. 2-lh can?, sotKed. 05c; do stand
ard. 2-lbcans. 81 25! CO: corned lieef, 2 lb cans.
$1 751 80: do, M-lb, 8)3 CO: roast beer. 2-lb. 81 73;
chipped beef. 1-lb cans. SI S52 CO: biked beans,
31 25J8I 35; lobsters I -I I). 82 23: mackerel, fresh.
I-Ib. ! IX): broiled, (1 50: sardines, domestic. 'As,
84 00: "4s. S 25: s mustard, 83 25: Imported. Js.
10 5iI2 50; Imported. s, SIS 00(523 00; canned
applts. Mb. 75S0c: gallons. 82 53 00.
OILS-Carbou. 1IC. Cc: htadllfcnt. CJ4c: water
white, 7c; Elaine. lie; Ohio legal test, 6Hc; miners
winter white, 3440c; snmmer, 32Sc.
Large hams f U'4
Shoulders, sugar-cured 9j
Breakfast bacon 11
Extra do 12
Clear bellies smoked 10
Clear bellies, dry salt 9)4
Pork, heavy 13 00
Light 15 00
Dried beef, knuckles 13
Lard (refined), tierces Sh
Two VMb cases S'4
Lard (compound), tierces 1. o'-4
Half barrels OS
'I uns ei
Two CO-lb case 85
Three-lb cases 7'4
Fire-lb cases l;i
Teu-Ib cases 7
BtTTTEIt Elgin creamery. 3233e: other brands.
2!)31c: choice to fancy dalrv and country roll 25(51
27c: fair to medium grades. iS3322c; low grades, n
15c: cooking. 0llc; grease. S7c.
CnuiSE-Ohlo. I0Ilc:New York. 1154V3tlHc:
fancy Wisconsin Swiss blocks. 1415c: do bricks,
HOlSlc: Wisconsin sweltier. In tubs 1331iSie:
Umburger, 10llc; Ohio Swiss, l13c.
Eggs and Poultry.
ECGS-Strictly fresh Pennsylvania and Ohio, 21
22c: special marks. 73-: storage stock. 19(a2)c.
Toultky Live Spring chickens. 4c15c per
fialr tor small tn medium slzea and 5055c for extra
argc:oMcnlckens, C070c: ducks. S.V,C0c: gecsc.
75cJl 00: turkeys, 12l3c 1t lb. Dressed hlek
ens, 1315c per lb; ducks. 15!6c; turkeys, 1617c.
Berries, Fruits and Vegetables.
Crauberries,.$2 232 50 per box for Jersey
ana Capo Cod and $6 507 OC per barrel.
Apples aro raovln a little more freely at
tl 503 60 per barrel; quinces are easy at
$2 503 00; pears are steady at $5 006 00 and
Jamaica oraugc3 at $6 007 00. Grapes are
still coming forward liberally and find a
good salo at 20c per 8-pound box for Con
cords and 30J5c for Niagaras and Catawba.
Lemons are slow at $4 2o3 25 per box;
bananas are selling n ell at $1 254J2 25 per
bunch and Malacca irrapes are ste.idy at G 00
6 25 per keg of 65 pounds. Persian dates
arc quoted nt4 254 50 per box and pine
apples at 1015c eacn oy the baireL
Veiretnbles 111 e easier. Cabbage sells at
$1 2-"j1 50 per bbl and $5C per 100, onions nt
ft 253 50 per bbl for led nnd yellow and
$1 25 per nox for Spanish, turnips nt $1 50
1 75 per bbl, rutabazas at $1 101 25. carrots
at $1 752 00, cauliflower at Si 7502 00 per
dozen and celery at 25J40c There aro no
parsnips of consequence on the market;
choico stock would bring $2 252 5a
Potatoes are steady at 7075s per bnshel
from store. Sweots are hUher; Jerseys,
$3 253 50 and Baltimorcs, $2 252 60.
BccitwnFATFi.ocn New. 2J23c per lb.
Seeps -Choice reclcaned Western timothy, f 1 90
1 9i per bu: choice recleaned W estern clover. S, 50;
white clover. Jll 50; oreharil grass. 8185; millet,
81 .4r.l 50; bine irass. 2 102 25.
Beans New 1 ork and Michigan pea beans, S2 15
2 20 per bu; hand-picked medium, 82 0S2 10:
Lima. AH'aHHc per lb: Pennsylvania and Ohio
bean. 81 7ol 90 per bu.
Beeswax Choice, yellow. r33e: dark. 25a2Sc.
Cider New country, 85 508 00: crab, ?7 503to
HoxEr New crop white clover. 21fo22c per lb;
buckwheat, 143 16c: strained honey, S9c.
Tallow Country rough, 3,f tc per lb; city ren
Fkatiiehs Extra live geese. 5300cperlb: No.
1 do. 4S50c: mixed, 3040c.
Ncts Chestnuts, 84 to! 50 per nashel; peanuts,
green. 4ISc lier pound; do. roasted, 81 151 25
per bushel; hlckorr nu's, SI 2531 50; shellharks,
51 501. 75; new walnuts. 75f3S."c: old do. R5(ffi70c;
butternut. (SV5.70C for old and 7535c for new;
fl berts. 9c per lb: almonds. Tarragona. 18c: do,
Ivlca. lie: do. paper shell, 25c: shelled almonds.
35c: Brazil nnls. SSc: French walnuts, 9c:
pecans. 10c; Naples walnuts, 13c; Grenoble wal
Pickles 84 ."ii35 50 per barrel.
Porcoiaf 45e per lb.
HlDrS Green steer bides, trimmed. 75 lbs and
up. 7c: green steer hides, trimmed, CJto 75 lbs, 7c:
green steer hides, trimmed, under b0 lbs, Gc; green
cow hides, trimmed, all weights. 4c; green bull
hides, trimmed, all weights 4c: green calf skins.
No. I, Cc: green calf skins M. A 4c; green steer
hides, trimmed, side hnndoil, 4c: green salt steers.
No. 1. 80 lbs and up. 7(37Mc: green salt steers. No.
1. 60 lbs and lea. -p4)ic: green salt cows. No. 1.
all weights. 4Hc: green salt calf. No. 1. 8 to 15
lbs. .VufcfiGc; xreen salt Mp. No. 1. 15 to 25 lbs, 45c:
ninnerXlp. No. 1, 10 to 15 lbs, 34c; No. 2 hides,
1jC off: N 0. 2 call, ;c off.
Cattle and Hogs Lower at tho Central
Yards and Sheep Unchanged.
East Libkktt, Pa., Nov. 1.
Cattle Receipts, 6G3 head; shipments,
3,240 head; markot slow; very little demand
at a shade on from yesterday's prices. No
cattle shipped to New York to-day.
Hogs Receipts, 3,200head; shipments, ,100
head; market slnn ; Philadelphia', $5 805 90;
mixed, $3 6o5 75: iorkere, 3 305 00; 2 cars
hugs xhtppeu to New York to-dav.
'Sheep Receipt, 800 head; shlnmenta, 1,603
heud; market alow ut yesterday's price?.
Hy Associated Press.-.
Chicago The Keening Journal ropor::
Cattle Receiots. 7,000 head; shipments, 3,000
head. Market closed 'te.iiir; best natives
$5 00 5 00; others, $3 001 75,"Toxans. $JS
3 25; M't-terns. $2 731 5J: stocKcrs $1 503 00:
tows, i -5.J4" " iiius-iteceipts. -ji.o.uuenu:
shlpmcntsu OOolicad. Market closoi 10c lower;
ronli and common, 55t0Q5 25: packers ami
mlxd. J5 23f3 40-priincheavy and butchers'
weights, $3 4535 bo; llgh', 5 15S5 CO. Sheep
Receipts, 5,000 head; shipments, 1,500 1 ead.
Jlarketr firm; natives, $3 f03 00; Westerns,
$4 00160; lexans. $1 !K)4 00; Mexicans
$4 0u4 25: lnmhs $4 005 70.
New York Beeves Receipts, 1,933 head,
mainly lor exporters and slaughterers; no
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Continued From Tenth Varje.
employed under the legislative, executive
or judicial departments of this Slate
or the United States, or of any city
or incorporated district, and also that
everv member ot congress and of the state
legislature, and of the select or common
council of any city, or commissioner of any
incorporated district, is by law incapable
of holding or exercising at the same time,
the office or appointment of judge, inspector
or clerk ot any election of this common
wealth, and that no inspector, judge or
other.officer of any such elections shall bs
eligible to anv office to be then voted for,
except that of an election officer.
And whereas, by virtue of the Constitu
tion of the state ot Pennsylvania, adopted
December 16, 1873:
Every male citizen 21 years of aze, pos
sessingthe following qualifications, shall be
entitled to a vote at all elections: First
shall hare been a citizen of the United
States at least one month. Second He
shall have resided in the State one year (or
if having previously been a qualified elec
tor, or native-born citizen of the State, ha
shall hare removed therefrom and returned,
then sixmontln) immediately preceding ths
election. Third He shall nave resided in
the election district where he shall offer to
vote at least two months immediately pre
ceding the election. .Fourth If 22 years
or upwards, he shall have paid within two
years a State or county tax, which shall
have been assessed at least two months and
paid at least one month before the election.
Sec. 5. The electors shall, in all cases,
except treason and breach of security of ths
peace, be privileged iroin arrest during
their attendance on elections, and in going
and returning therefrom.
Given under my hand, at my office in
Pittsburg, this 27th day of October, A. D.
1892, in the one hundred acd seventeenth
year of the independence of the United
WM. H. M'CLEARY,
Sheriff's Office, )
Pittsburg, Oct. 28. 1892. J
trade; feeling firm. Dressed beef flrm at 7
Se per pound. Shipments to-day, 475
beeves; to-morrow, 641 beeves and 3,200
quarters of beef. Calves Itecemt", C22
head; market steady; veals, $3 003 00 per
100 pounds. Sheep nnd lambs Keceiplt,
l,oo7 head; market quiet but steady: sheep.
$2 504 2J per 100 pound: lambs, $5 37
6 07H- Hogs-Recsipts 5,271 head, including
2 cars tor -ale; market steady at $5 C0
6 15 per ICO pounds.
Kansas City Cattle Receipts, 11,030 head
shipments, 3,000 ahead: the market for na
tives was activo and strong gonerallr;
Texas steady; representative sales lollowe I:
dressed beer and shipping steer", $3 50J4 50;
cows. $1"02 70; Texas and IndLin stocr.
$1 82 40: stockers and feeders, 12 203 10.
Hoys Receipts, 9.000 bead; shipments. 1,000
head; the market opened weak and closed
5c higher; all grades $5 15QJ 40: bulk, s520
5 35 Sheep Receipts. 2,u00 head; ship,
ments, 1,000 head; market quiet and steady.
Buffalo Cattle Rcceipts,27 loads through;
36 sale; steady for good grades and dull for
common. Hogs Receipts, 35 loads through,
42 iale; dull and lower for all grades, sheep
a id lambs Receipts, 9 loads through, IS
silr: dull; lambs, native choico to fancy,
Cincinnati TIog3 steady at $4 73$5 75; re
ceipts, 3,650 head; shipment. 2,050 head.
Cattle steady at $1 5T4 73: receipts, S40
head: shipments, 870 head. Sheep dropping
at $2 505 00; receipt. 5U0 head: shipments,
700 head. Lambs-weak .it $3 255 00.
New York Sletal Markot.
New York, Nov. 1. Pig Iron in .fair de
mand: American, $13 0015 30. Copper easy:
lake. 311 C5ll 75. Lead dull: domestic. S3 80
3 90. Tin steady,-;strait8. $20 5O20 CO.
1 They Act Like Magic on the Vital Organs,
' Regulating the Secretions, restoring foog
1 lost Complexion, Bringing back the Keen
Edge of Appetite, and arousing with the
ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical
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1 are admitted by thousands, in all classes of
g Society. Largest Sale in the World.
$ Covered with z Tstteltss & Sohlls Coating.
i Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a Box.
New York Deoot. t6 Canal St.
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Car Lots a Specialty.
233 AND 240 FITTIl AVENUE,
John M. Oakley & 'Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
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Direct private wire to New York and CM
cage 51 ember New York, Chicago and Pi ttj
Local seenrit lei bongbtand sold for casi
or carried on liberal margins.
Investments made at our discretion and
dividends paid quarterly.
Interest paid on balance (since 1833.)
Money to lean on call.
Information books on all markets mallei
on application. le7
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