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THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1893.
WHISKY QUITE FRISKY
Leading All the Other Stocks in Foint
EVERYTHING ADVANCES EARLY,
a Eeaction Follows and the Market
BAILBOAD BONDS GENERALLY STKOXG
Kew York, 2ov. 17. The stock mar
ket, though irregular in the early trad
ing, was in the main higher. The advance
in the leading railway shares was equal to
Yt P cent, but some of the specialties
scored a much greater improvement. Dis
tilling and Cattle Feeding sold up 1;
Canadian Pacific. J; Dulutb, South Shore
and Atlantic, J for the common and S for
tho preferred; Edison Illuminating, , and
Ohio Southern, 1 per cent.
Tho upward movement in prices brought
Tory little increase of business and the lack
of enthusiasm on the bull side finally in
duced the bei-rs to make a vigorous demon
stration against the list. Omaha common
fell off 1 per cent to 49. The lemaindor
of tho list -yielded only J to 1 per cent de
spite the pounding bv the bears and
the marketing of a Quantity of
long stock. The strength ot sterling ex
change, which led to soino very stiong talk
about exports or gold in the noar tuture,was
used with 801110 effoct against the uiaifcet.
On the other hand.however, it Is to be noted
that banks and trust companies aro placing
their funds freely on time at rates lower
than those current oflatc. Tho Industrials,
if anvthing, received bettor support than
the railway list. There was heavy purchas
ing of Distilling and Cattle Feeding for both
local and Western account, and the stock
led all others in point ot activity. The mar
ket closed weak.
Railway bonds were cenerally firm. The
sales were f 1,430,000. Atchison bonds were
weak. The Heading bonds were weaker.
Albany and Susquehanna consol 6s rose 2 to
119; Lackawanna 7s of 19G7, 2 to 133: Georgia
Pacific consol 5s declined 2 to S3.
Europe bought a few stocks at the opening
and were sellers of Heading stacks and
bonds on a rumor current abroad that the
road would deiault on the interest on the
second and third income bonds. This rumor
Is no doubt false, but still some bonds were
thrown overboard for London account. The
exchange market lias been very strong of
late, and about 1 o'clock they started a ru
mor that about $1,000,000 gold u as to go lor
ward. We have asked several bankers and
they tell us that tho exchango market is
very firm, but as far as they can see no gold
will be shipped this week If any gold ship
ments go lorw ard, it would have a bad effect
here, as the community at large are not ac
customed to seeing gold shipped at this
time of the year. J. S.Bache Jt Co. to Oakley
bonas were quiet. Close
of the list:
U. S. 4s reg 114S M. K. AT. Gen. 5s. 47
do 4s coup 1H' Mutual Union 6s ....109
do4srcr. ICO!. N. J. C. Int. Cert ..111
raclflcCsof '95 107Vorthcrn Pac. Ists..ll7K
Louis, stamped 4s
Tenn. new set. 6s.
do do 5s,
do do 3s.
Ccn. Pacific lst ..
Den. & It O. lets.
Den. Jt It. G. 4s...
. 14 do do -ds..in.
Nortliw'n Consols. .140
do debentures 5s. .105
at. Paul Consols ....130
St. Paul. r,i.P.lsts.H7
Tex.P.UG.Tr. Rets 81
Tex.P.R.G.Tr. Rets 27
Union Pac lsts 107
West shore HBJf
M. K. & T. Gen. 6s. SIM
Mining shares closed as lollows:
Crown Point. I350phlr SCO
Con. cal.Va 303 J PI) month 50
Iieadwood iu) Sierra Nevadat 145
Gould A-Curry. 110 standard. 135
llalct Norcross SO Union Con 135
Uoinestale 1300jlron silver 40
Mexican 1551 (julck silver 300
North Mart CSOIQuIcksiUer, pfd....,1700
untariot 320cliulwer. 20
The total sales of stocks to-day were 280,
C0O shares, including Atchison, 23,400; Itur
llngton and Quincv, 5,330; Chicago Gas,
10,000; Distillers, 32,400; Erie, 6,800: Lonisvllle
and Nashville. 3,400: Missouri Pacific. 5.900:
New England. 3 500; Northern Pacific pre
ferred, 19,809; Northwestern, 13,000: Ontario
and Western. 5,200: Readimr, 5K09. St Paul,
18,600; St. Paul and Omaha, 4,000; Sugar, 10,500.
The following taMe shows the prices of actire
stocks en the New York Stock Exchange, cor
rected dullr for The iittsbctig Dispatch by
Whitney A STrruE.NSON". oldest Plttsburjr mem
bers of New York Stock Exchange, 57 Fourth ave
Am. Cotton OH
Am. Cotton Oil nfd
Am. Sugar Itcfg. Co
Am. siig. itig o.pa
Atcn. ion. a s. r.
Central of N Jersey
uemrai i-acinc . ...
Chfsapeake & Ohio.
Cli(rago Gas Trust .
C. I5ur. .1 Qulncy..
C. SI. t. Paul... j
C. M. A St. P.. pfd.
C. Uoct I. P
C St. P.. M. AO. .
Cst. P.M. &0..pfd.
C. .t. Northwestern. .
C. Nortlu. pfd
Col. Coal & Iron...."
Col. & II. Val
Del.. Lack, i West.
D. .t C. F. Trust....
K. T. Va. & Ga
,ake Krie & West..
Lake Eric & W.. pfd
L. S. J: Mich. S
LoulsTlUe .V 2ash, ..
B. A- O
atlonal Cordage Co
jtnt. u. ;o piu
National Lead Co...
Nat. Lead Co . pfd..
N. Y- C. A St. L.
K. y. A a. r. ....
. Y.. O. A W...
Norfolk A Western..
. A W-. pra
North Amur. Co..
Northern I'ac .Dfl
Ohio A Mississippi..
Peo.. Dec A Evans.
P.. C. C AM. L...
P.. a. a ASLL. pfd
j'Ull. 1'ai. iar......
It. AW. P. T
R. A W. I. T.. pfd..
Bt. PanlA Dulutli...
St. P. A Diiluth.prd.
Wheeling A L. E....
W. AL. E.. pfd
"xie" "iio "
HOG PRODUCTS HIGHER,
But the Cereals Close Withont Showing
Any Important Change.
Chicago.Nov. 17. IIos products soared majestically-
skyward to-day. To-night, com
pared with last evening, pork is up S2c,
laid, 29c, and short nbs. 15c The grain mar
kets averaged higher, hut closed without
much change since yesterday.
Considerable excitement attended the
trading in provisions. Tho receipts of hogs
attheyaids were under the estimates at
24,090, and shorts made vifforous efforts to
cover. The returns of the packing of the
West for the week showed a reduction of
200,000 hogs. This was offset by a reduction
iu the export movement of products, which
for the past week amounted to 18.177,003, as
acainst20.OD,000 pounds last year. At the
Improvement In prices there wns a little
more property for sale, and prices settled
"back (.lightly, though the market exhibited
considerable firmness at the close, "with
moderate quantities airaln selling at outside
With wet weather expected to curtail the
receipts, stronger cables and good buving,
the early trading was eaiily at an advance
on last night's close in wheat, but ttho local
receipt were in excess or the estimate, and
Pardridge sold fieelyand hammered the
market wiping "ut all the sain. Then when
the Clnclnnnti .Frtce CurretU't crop summary
came In faying that tue interior deliveries
wore tailing off at a rate which indicated
that the visible supply was lapidly ncaring
the maximum tho maiket again turned
strong. The liberal exports irom the sea
lioard amounting to 462.000 bushels of wheat
and 65,000 barrels of flour, also proved a
strong lactor, while the market was further
helped by the strength in com and provi
sions. Corn started higher, influenced by tne
firmness in wheat and the wet weather,
which was liable to cut off deliveries, but
the recelpti were la exoeis of the estimates.
and, wheat weakening, there was free sell
ing carrying prices off. Later another bulge
in wheat and a spurt iu provisions sent corn
up again, but it azain weakened. The Cin
cinnati Price Current said that the interior
deliveries of corn were likely to fall off, but
that the stocks in sight were ample.
' Oats were fairly active in a range of is,
and closed easy at Jo below yesterday's
Freights wero weaker with more boats on
the market for loads. Kates declined lo to
2c for wheat and 2Jc for corn to Buffalo.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
dull and no quotable change in prices; No. 2
spring wheat, 71U71Jc; No. S spring, COc;
No. 2 red. 71K71o. No. 2 corn, UUc. No. i
oats. S0?i31c: No. 2 white, f. o. b.. 35&36c:
No. 3 white, 32J3ie. No. 2 rye, 19o. No. 2
barley, 6567c: No. 3, 15Q5Sc: No. 4, I. o. b., 37
5Sc No. 1 flaxseed, i 09; prime timothy
seed. $2 032 05. Mess pork, per barrel.$12 Si$i
($12 ou. iaro, per iw ponnas,$3 ootav v; auu u
libs sides (looe). $7 37K7 50; ury salted
shoulders (boxed), $7 3u7 S5: snort clear
sides (boxed), $7 S0&7 63. Whiskey, dis
tillers' finished goods, per gallon, $1 15.
Sugars Cut loaf, 5K5Jc: granulated, 5Jc;
standard "A," 5c No. 3 corn, lljic-
Flour Receipts, 21,000 barrels; shipments,
32,000 barrels. Wheat Receipts, 178.000
bushels; shipments, 199,000 bushels. Corn
Receipts, 133,000 bushels; shipments, 125,000
bushels. Cits Receipts, 173,000 bushels,
shipments, 183,000 bushels. Rye Receipts,
29,000 bushels; shipments, 11,000 Dushels. Bar
ley Receipts, 74,000 bushels; shipments.
On the Produce Exchange to-day. the
butter market was quiet; creamery. 2039c;
dairy, lS27o. Eggs firm; strictly fresh, 22
Range of the leading futures, furnished by John
M. Oakley & Co.. bankers and brokers. No. 45
Open- High- L,ow- CIos- Close.
Articles. lng. est. est. lng. Nv. 16
November... 72)4 71K
December. 727s" 72 72M 74 72
January 73S; 73 73H 73a Ws.
May 79 79j 78 78Ji 78H
July 78 78X 78 Wi
November. 41 41! 4U 41W 41V
December 42X 4?X 4IM 41H 4I
January. 42u 43 42 2H 47J
May 7S 'H s flit
July CH Ch 47,H 47H
November! . 355X SOft
December. M 81
January 32S 32)i 32 32 ....'...
May 36.H 36.H So S5S 36
November 12 27 12 32 12 IT 12 32 1215
December. 12 33 12 35 12 27 12 35 11 17
January 13 80 14 00 13 82 14 CO 13 67
May 14 00 14 10 14 00 1410 13 85
November. "9 07 9 SO 907 930 9 00
December. 8 30 8 47 8 30 8 45 8 25
January 800 83) 800 8 17 7 95
May 8 00 8 17 S 00 8 17 7 97
November. 7 35 735 725 725
January 7 07 7 17 7 07 7 17 7 02
May -,-a 735 727 732 7 SO
Car" receipts for to-day: Wheat. 190: corn, 209;
oats, 165. Estimates for to-morrow: Wheat, ISO;
corn, 23); oats, ISO.
New York Floub Receipts, 37.200 pack
ages: exports, 7,500 barrels, 29.700 sacks; dull
and stea'dy; sales, 7,800 banels.
Cornmeal Steady; yellow Western, $2 7501
Wheat Receipts, 287,000 bushels: exports,
127,000 bushols; sales, 950,000 bushels futures
and 160.000 spot; spot more active and
firmer: No. 2 red. 76ic in store and elevator.
76c afloat, 7776'ie f. o. b.; No. 3 red, 72c;
ungraded red, 277c; No. 1 Northern, 83?c;
No. 2 Northern, 74c; No. 2 Milwaukee, 75Jc:
options were dull and Irregular; opening
steady, declining i4o on light receipts,
laree clearances, .oreum buying and local
coverings; declined 14 on realizing, clos
ing steadv and unchained to c up; No. 2
red, December. 76 7-1676c, closing at 76c;
Jnnuaiy, 7fcV7SKc, closing 78Jc; Mnicli,
81iSl 9-16c, closing 81Jc; May, S3 3-1683o,
Rye dull and steady.
Baklet Malt dull.
Coitx Receipts, 187,000 bushels; exports,
35.000 bushels; sales, 46J.O00 bushels futures
and 62,000 bushels spot: snot opened firmer
and closed lower: No. 2, 50J50c elevntor,
50K51c afloat; ungraded mixed, 4951c;
option-ad van cediJic with the Wettern
declined c on nee offerings, closine
steady at j?c decline; December, 50
5c, closing at 50c; Jannarv, Sii5le,
closing at BlJc; ilay, 62J53Jc, closing
at 52c. ,
Oats Receipts, 12.000 bushels; exports,
400 bushels; sales, 120,000 bushels futures,
113.000 bushels spot; spot firmer and
qnie: options dull and easier: December.
3636c, closing at S6Jic; Jannarv. 37
S7c, closing at S7Kc; May, 40Jf41c,
closing at 405fc;JCo. 2 wnite spot, 4040Jc;
mixed Wesiern 3637Kc; white do, S9
40jc: Ao. 2 Chicago, 37J4C
Hay quiet and firm; shipping, 60267c; good
to choice, 5090c
Hops dull and steady.
uroceries Coffee options opened steady
5 point up to 5 points down, and closed
firm 1525 up; snles, 51,500 bags, including
November, 16.1516.25: December, 15.9P
16.10c: January. 15.7015 85c; February, 15 60;
March. 15 4015.60c: April, 15.SO15.50; Mav,
15.2015 45c: September, 15.C0fiJ15.20. Spot Rio
more nctive and firm: No. 7, 17c Sugar
Raw dull and nominal; refined dull and
steady. MoIasse New Orleans firm and
fairly active. Rice in lair demand and
Cottoxseed Oil quiet but firm; ornde, 28
29c; yellow, 33c
Tallow stronger and quiet; city ($2 for
liosix dull and steadv.
Tcr.rEXTiKE quiet and steady.
Hides quiet and steadv.
Iloo Propccts Pork firmer and quiet: old
mess, $12 5012 75: new meis, $13 5013 75;
extra prime new, $16 50I7 00. Cut meats in
fair demand and strong: middles quiet.
Lard higher and quiet; Western "steam
closed at $9 90 bid: sales, none: options,
sales 500 tierces; November, $9 80; De
comber, $9 00, closing at $9 00 bid; January,
$8 53 bid.
Dairy Products Butter quiet; light re
ceipts; firm. Cheese in fair demand and
St. Louis Flour unchanged. Wheat went
tip He for the early under bad weather, but
reacied later and at the close
offered o above yesterday: cash and
November, 63c; December, 68Q69c; Jan
uary, 70e; May, 76K July, 7bjic Corn
advanced a early, but dropped later and
clned at about yesterday's prices; cash
40-Xc; December and year, SSgc; January,
35Jgc: May, 3SJ3Sc. Oats Cah steady
at 31c; May, lower, and closed at 3434c
Rye dull at 47c. Barley firm; Minnes ta
sold at 6066c. Bran lower at 56c east
track. Hay quiet and unchanged. Flax
seed firm at $1 05. Cornmcal easier at $1 85.
New Orleans Sugar Open kettle steady;
prime to strictlv prime, IJc: good fair to
fully fair, 2 2 0-16c: good common to
f.iir, 2Jc; common, 2Jc; centrirusal very
firm; off plantation granulated. 4 Jc: choice
white, 44 l-16c, off white 3J4Jc: gray
white. 3 7-16t 7-16c; choice Yellow, clarified,
3 7-163 9-16c: prime do. 3i3 5-16c off do,
3 1-16Q3 14-lBc; seconds, 2Ji2 3-6e. Molasses
steady: open kettle, lancy, 3435c: choice,
32c: xtrictly prime. 31c; prime to good prime,
2129c; syrup, 2SQ31C
Milwaukee Flour quiet. Wheat steady:
December, 66Jc; No. 2 sprine-, 67c; No. 1
Noithern,7ic Corn quiet;No. 3, 41c Oats
steady; No. 2 white. 44Jc; No. 3 do, 32J
33Vc Barley quiet; NovemDer, 66c; sample,
40Q67C Rye firm; No. 1. 50c Provisions quiet.
Pork January, $14 00. Lard January,
tS 17. Receipts Flour,15 000 barrols: wheat,
61,000 "bushels: barley, 92,000 bushels. Ship
mentsFlour. 1,000 banels; wheat, 4,000bush
els: barley, 63.000 bushels.
Toledo Wheat-iNovember, 73c: Decem
ber, 71c: May, "Sc Corn dull: cash, 45c; May,
ITJc Oats quiet; cash, 35c Ryo steady:
cash, 54c. Clovorsecd active and steady:
prime cash. $7 85: November. $7 87; Decem
ber, $7 S3: January and February, $7 92U;
March, $7 2. Receipts Flour, 159 bar
rels; wheat, 29,037 bushels; corn, 4,220 bush
els; cloverseed, 460 bags. Shipments
Flour, 6,080 barrels: whear, 33,200 bushels;
corn, 1,300 bushels; oats, 1,200 bushels; clorcr
s:ed, 220 bags.
Philadelphia Flour Arm and quiet. Wheat
firm: light offerings; No. 2 red, November,
73473!c; December. 74V74?c: January,
7676c; February, 78U7dc Corn quiet;
No. 2 white, in grain depot, 48c: No. 2 yel
in grain denot, 50c; No. 2 mixed, in export
elevator, KC: o. - mixeu November, 48K
49c; December, 4SJg49c; January,4SK19c
usis iunoLs nun: lumics uuu nnn nom
inally unchanged; No. 3 white, 41'c; No. 2
Minneapolis December wheat opened at
6!c and closed at same price; 3iay opened
at llic and closed the same: trading was
quietT Thero was a fair demand for cash
wheat: No. 1 Northern went at 69Jc and No.
2 Northern old from 63c to 66c; icceipts oi
wheat here were 521 cars, and at Dnlutb and
Superior, 309 cars. Close: May, 74Mc; Nov
ember, 60ifc: December, CSKc -On track:
No. 1 hard. 71c; No. 1 Northern, 69c; No. 2
Cincinnati Wheat steady; No. 2 red, 71c:
receipts, 2,010 bushely shipments, 1,000 bush
els. Corn strong; m. 2 mixed, 45c Oats
strong; No. 2 mixed, 35c. Rye dull and
heavy; No. 2, 54c Pork quiet at $12 50. Lard
strong at $3 7509 00. Bulk meats Arm at
$8 00. Ilacon steady at $9 25. Whisky firm;
sales, 1,303 barrels at $1 15. Batter slow. Egs
slow and weaker. Sugar easier. Cheese
Kansas City Wheat steady and higher;
No. 2 hard. 646iXc: No. 2 red, C8V0. Corn
weak and loner: No. 2 mixed, S3V?33c;
No. 2 white, 38g3Se. Oats firm; No. 2
mixed, 2S;9s; No. 2 white, 30fiJ31c Ifce
celpts Wheat, 87,000 bushels; corn, 12,000
bushels; oats, none. Shipments Wheat.
12,000 buahelai oars, none, oatfl, none. .
AIRBRAKE IS STRONG
And Lustre Mining Company Shows
Something Akin to Strength.
NEARLY ALL OTHERS ARE WEAK
Under ths Lead of Electric, Wheeling Gas
and P. & B. Traction.
DULLNESS STILL A FE0MINENT FEATURE
Thursday, Nov. 17.
The market for local securities to-day
was as dull and uninteresting as a thrice
told talc It was also weak, what trad
ing there was being at lower prices gener
ally ana the quotations established by bids
reflecting a lack of support in nearly every
thing on the list The only items in which
anything approximating Btrength was wit
nessed were "Westinghouse Airbrake and
Luster Mining Company. Airbrake was
undoubtedly legitimately strong, but any
one who knows anything at all about the
market knows that Lustre is a very peculiar
stock. One ol its peculiarities is the ease
with which it responds to light bidding one
day and equally as light offerings the next.
One day it is apparently strong; the next It
has a very bad attack of blind staggers.
There Is no such thing as sizing it up cor
rectly. Eleotric lea in the weakness, fol
lowed by nearly all the other shares of the
active list, though only in Electric second
preferred, Wheeling Gas and P. & B. traction
were there anv noteworthy declines.
vv neeiing uas sola at i tne lowest point
touched in some time: Westinghouse Eleo
tric second preferred sold off a full point at
37; Luster sold at 9J, closing at 9X9;
Westinghouse Electric scrip sold at 92 per
cent, and P. & B. traction fold down to 24Ji,
with more offered at the same price.
The unlisted street railway securities
closed as follows: P. & B. traction, 24KQ21K:
do 5s, 99100; Duquesne traction, 27):
do 5s, 10.! asKed; P. A. & M. traction, 4t asued;
do 5s, 103103.
Westinghouse Electric scrip closed at
9292 and the second preferred at 3733.
Good Increase In Earnings.
The Buffalo Street Railway Company, in
whicn a number of Pittsburgcrs are inter
ested, presents the following showing for
the month of October last, in comparison
with the figures for the same month last
Gross earnings $116,278
Operating expenses 67,954
Net earnings $13,822
AlleghenyValley Railroad 7-30s were quoted
110 bid on 'change to-day: Junction Rail
way 6s at 117 bid; Citizens traction 5s at 106J4
bid and Pittsburg traction 5s at 101 bid.
Hill & Co. sold Electric second preforred
to Carothers, Electrio scrip to Morris &
Brown and bought Lustre from Euhn
Sproul 4 Co. bought Wheeling Gas from
J. B. Barbour.
A syndicate of London bankers and
financiers yesterday bought all the Urugu
ayan bonds obtainable. The purchases ad
vanced the nrlce to neailylO. The syndi
cate offered 10 for all these bonds held by
the Bank of England on account of the
Baring estate, but the bank declined to sell.
The syndicate intends to force the price to
The Calumet and Hecla Mining Company
lias declared a dividend of $5 per share, pay
able December 16. This makes $2,0JO,000
paid and declared this year and $38,850,000 to
The New York Evening Post says: It will
be observed that the Bank or England
gained heavily this week, both on gold bal
ance and in surplus reserves, and that it is
now much stronger than it was a year ago.
But the bank's strength has clearly been
obtained at the exDense of the outside mar
ket, the very heavy gold shipments of the
Rothschilds to Russia having been carefully
ananged so as to avoid recourse to the
bank. Meantime continental exchange is
still against London, and next month Aus
ti la begins in earnest its work of specie ac
cumulation, an event for which the London
bank is doubtless preparing.
Chartered today: The Aliquippa Natural
Gas Company, of Beaver county: capital,
$5,000. The Mahoning Railway Company, to
run from Liberty street, In Mahonington,
Lawrence county, to the public square in
New Castle: capital, $150,000. The President
is George B. McLane, ot Alexandria, Va.
Tho Homcstake Mining Company has
declared its regular monthly dividend, No.
172. of 10 cents per share, $12,500, making
$1,918,750 paid to date.
The National Lead Company declared the
regular 1 per cent dividend on the pre
feried stuck to-day. As anticipated, noth
ing wns paid on tue common. The books
close on the 28th and checks will be sent out
An evening paper quotes Mr. George I.
Whitney, of the Central Traction Company,
as denying that the papers in a suit against
the Duquesne Company are in course of
preparation or that a legal battle to recover
that right of way is contemplated.
At the annual meeting of the Pittsburg
Traction Company, next ilonday, thero will
be submitted to a vote or the stockholders
tho Question of amending the by-laws by
changing tho time lor holding the annual
meeting from the third Monday in Novem
ber to the fourth Monday ol January in each
The annual meeting of the Pittsburg and
Connellsville Railioad will be held Monday,
The talk on Western Union is not as bullish
as it wa, and now that tho "bloom is off the
rye," the Gould following is inclined to look
for somewhat lower prices. The street is
inclined to.believc that Mr. Gould and his
sons are not as bullish as they were, and
inasmuch as thero is to be a new administra
tion, what little hope existed that the West
ern Union Telegraph Company could be sad
dled upon the Government has disappeared.
. Sales and Closing Quotations.
The transactions recorded on theExcbange
sales board to-day were as follows:
60 shares Wheeling Gas
80 shares Westinghouse Electrio 2d pfd.
40 shares Lustre Mining Company
$10 Westinghouse Electric Scrip ,
10 shares P. All. traction
10 shares P. AB. traction
M shares P. & 11. traction, seller 30
10 shares P. AB. traction
Total sales, 170 shares stock and $10 scrip.
Closing bids and offers:
1st call. !d call, sd cau.
STOCKS. . 1 ' . . ,
Bid Ask Bid Ask Hid Ask
Liberty Nat. Bant. 110
M. i. Si. Nat.IS.anl. 74H 75.S 74S" M ....
Monon. Nat. Bank. Hlii
Odd Fellows Saving 72 .... 72 .... 72
Enterprise b. BK.... 80
Allemanma Ins 50
Citizens' Ins.Co 32
Humboldtlns 65 .... 65 .... 65
Western Insurance 40 .... 40
Chartlers Val.Gas.. ..r 10 ....
Philadelphia Co.... 21 S 21 21,S 22 21,S 21K
Wheeling Gas Co... 17S
CentralTractlon.... 29), 29 29 29 29X fflH
Citizens' Traction.. 61 65S
Pittsburg Traction 69 .... 59 .... 59
Pleasant Valley 25"
Second Avenne 50 5
Pitts.. Y.A Ash.... 47 48 50
Pitts. Castle S 10 .... 10 .... 10
P., Whecllngi-KT 53 ....
N. Y. AC. 6. C.Co MM ....
Hand Street 44 .... 434 .... 41V
Northside UndgeCo .... 50 .... 49 ....
LaNoriaMlningCo 13c 20c i5c
Luster Mining Co.. SJ( .... 9 9M 9,S 9
IT. S. AS. Co 20 19 19S 19 I9,S
U. S. &S. Co., prd.. 33 40 .... 40J4
West. Alrb rate Co 135 136
West. Brake Co.ltd SO 100
Standard U. C. Co. 75
U. S. ii. Co.. coin 67j
U. S. Glass, pfd.. 115)$ ... ....
Closing Philadelphia Quotations.
Buffalo. N. Y. and Philadelphia.. 7
Lehigh Valley 57
Lehigh Navigation 53H
Philadelphia and Erie -32
Northern Pacific, common l&4
Northern Pacific, preferred CIS
Boston Stocks Closing Prices.
Atchison & Topeka. 25f
Hoston A A many... a
Boston A Maine.... 175
C. B. A Qnlney..... 102H
Flint A fere M.pld.
Mex. Central, com.
santa Fe Conner...
Anntston Land Co.
N. Y. A N. Eng...
Boston Land Co.... 5W
West End Land Co. 17J
Bell Telephone 107
Lamson Store S 16
Water Power vi
wis. (n.. com
Boston A Montana..
Centennial Mining. 7
u. s Vujjpcr iu
BosToir, Nov. 17. The closing quotation
of eleotrlo stocks to-day werei
1 Setfos XUtfido Light Oo,,.. Ill
7 15-18 8
The local money market continues to rule
fairly active, with funds In ample supply
and rates steady at 5QG per cent. Eastern
exchange and currency are quoted at par.
New Tork, Nov. 17. Money on call
easy, ranging from 25 per cent, last
loan at 2 and closing offered at 3 per
cent. Prime mercantile paper, 56 per
cent. Sterling exchange is strong, with
actual business in bankers' bills at $181
for 60-day bills, and$l 87 for demand.
Clearing; House Figures.
Exchanges to-day $2,373,503 33
Balances to-day. 331,198 74
Same day last weeks
, $2,572,489 64
, 330,079 99
New Tork, Nov. 17. Clearings, $101,020,012;
Boston, Nov. 17. Clearings, $16,123,790;
balances, $1,462,060. Money, 1 per cent. Ex
change on New York, 8 to lOo discount.
Philadelphia, Nov 17. Clearings, $13,311,
733; balances, $1,641,179. Money, 5 per cent.
Baltimore, Nov. 17. Bank clearings, $2,
885,023; balances, $493 633. Rate, 6 per cent,
St. Louis. Nov. 17. Clearings, $1.445,40J;
balances, $328,840. Money quiet at7S per
cent. Exchange on New York 90o premium.
Memphis, Tesit., Nov. 17. New York ex
change selling at par. Clearings, $120,283;
Cixciirif ati. O., Nor. 17. Money, SK6 per
cenr. New York exchange, 5075o premium.
New Orixabs. La., Nov. 17. Clearings,
Chicago, Nov. 17. Clearings to-day. $17,
724,405. New York exchange sold at 10c
Lotjdon, Nov. 17. The bullion in the Bank
of England increased 290,000 during the
past week. The proportion or the Bank of
England's reserve to liability, which last
week was 13.85 per cent, is now 16.78 per cent.
Amount or balance -withdrawn to-day
New York, Nov. 17. Bar silver In London,
31 15-10d per ounco. New York dealers price
for silver, Ho higher, at S5c per ounco.
THE NEW OIL POOL
Two Great Wells Flowing Yesterday Two
Miles Southwest of McDonald The
Erhmentront TV ell at Undercllff Is Dry
In the Third Sand-Tfest Virginia 'and
The big wells southwest of McDonald
borough created considerable comment yes
terday and It now seems to be the general
impression that a field of considerable
dimensions may soon be opened up in that
Tho No. 2 well of Knox Brothers & Co., on
the Scott farm, was reported last evening to
be doing nearly 100 banels an hour, al
though the pipe line leports placed it at
only 70 an hour. Additional tanks were
being put up at the well.
The indications are that it will be still
bigger when drilled deeper into the sand.
It is located neaily700 feet east of the first
well on the Scott property which is, and nas
been, doing nearly 100 barrels a day since it
was nr.it uniieu in.
The Woodland Oil Company's No. 2 Scott,
which came in a couple of weeks ago at the
rate of 50 banels an hour, was drilled deeper
into the firth sand yesterday for about ten
minutes when it increased to 75 barrels an
hour nnd the drill was stopped. It i also
located east of the other wells of the Wood
land Oil Company which did not show for
more that 150 barrels a day.
Judging from the location of all of these
wells, which are a couple of miles southwest
of McDonnld.it would appear that the first
wells drilled in that region were loc ted on
the western edge of tile pool, and those
which have Just been brought in wero on
the rich streak, a few hundied yards to the
Jennings & Ca's No. 5 on the Matthews
heirs larm was drilled through the Gordon
sand yesterday and they expect the fifth
Increased by a Shot.
The Ruppel OH Company shot its No. 1 on
the Moore (arm, in northeast McCurdy, yes
terday, and it started off, in response, at 35
barrels an hour.
The Florence OH Company is down 600 feet
in its No. 2 on the Miller farm, south of the
Meise pool. They expect to get the fifth
sand Mondny on the Sproul farm, back of
Oakdale. In the Sistersville field they have
become discouraged with some of their
leases southwest of town and are now drill
In? north or the village.
Patterson & Sohn's well on the Erhmen
trout at Undercllff. located 1,000 feet south
of the (Cessler well, was drilled through the
third sand yesterday and is dry in that
A. J. Mercer & Co. have started a couple
of wells a mile and a half southeast of Cor
ning in Perry county, O., which is 60 miles
west of Sistersville.
The Wells Farm Oil Company Is drilling
Nos. 7, 8, 9 and 10 on the Eph. Wells farm be
low Sistersville. They range from 600 to
1,200 feet in depth.
It was reported last evening that the
Philadelphia Company's well In the Mc
Curdy field, located on tho Martin Clever
farm, was flowing, but it could not be veri
fied. The Gauges Wednesday.
The production of McDonald was 20,000
yesterday, 1,500 more than the day beforo;
Woodland Oil Company's No. 2 Scott, 35 per
hour; Knox & Co.'s No. 2 Scott, 70 per hour;
stock in field, 46,000.
The runs from tho Sistersville field were
not in barrels on Wednesday.
Runs and Shipments Wednesday.
The runs of the National Transit Company
were 39,611; shipments, 14,778: Southwest
runs from McDonald were 11,901; ontside of
McDonald, 10,553; total, 25,156; Buckeye Pipe
Line inns from the Macksburg field, 6,829;
shipments, none; Buckeve runs of Lima oil,
97.797 barrels: shipments.66,205: Eureka Pme
Line runs, 16,784: shipments, 1,953: Southern
Pipe Line shipments, 17.3S3; New York Tran
sit shipments. 31,916.
The Western and Atlantic run on Tues
day were 1,380 barrels; shipments, 3,093.
The Wednesday runs of the W. L. Mellon
lines were 7,946 barrels: shipments, 6,147;
receipt fiotn other lines, none; total re
Tidewater Pipe Line runsWednesday wero
4,832; total, 62,727: average, 3,920. Shipments
none; total, 121,943; average, 7.62L
The Oil Market.
Range of the December option: Opening,
52c: highest, 52lic: lowest, 52c; closing, 520.
Keflncd oil New York, S.80c; London, iyjQ
4d; Antwerp, 13Jr.
Oil Citt, Nov. 17. National Transit Cer
tificates opened, 52c; highest, 62Jc: lowest,
62c: closed, 52c. Sales, 18,000 barrels: clear
ances, 158,000 barrels; shipments, 111,303 bar
rel"; runs, 103,855 ban el.
New York, Nov. 17. Petrolenm was stag
nant throughout the day. Pennsylvania
oil Spot sales, none; December options,
sale, none; 520 bid, 52c asked. Lima oil
Sales none; 17c bid.
New York, Nov, 17. Cotton dull; middling
uplands, 9Jc; middling Orleans, 9 D-I60; sales,
New Orleans, Nov. 17. Cotton steady;
middling, 9 l-16c: low middling, 8 ll-16c:
good ordinary, 8 3-16c; net receipts, 11,550
bales; gross. 12,852 bales; exports to Great
Britain, 1,200 bales; sales, 3,550 bales; stock,
Memphis, Tectx., Nov. 17. Cotton firm;
middling, 9c: receipts. 3.110 bales; ship,
ments, 2,0 bales; stock, 60,371 bales; sales,
st. Lodis, Mo., Nov. 17. Cotton firm; mid
dling, 9Kc; sales, none reported: receipts,
3,coo uates; smpmenw, o,aw Dales; stock, S7,
New York. Nov. 17. Wool in good de
mand and firm; domestic fleece, 2535c;
pulled. 203'c; Texas, 1521c.
Bostox, Nov. 17. Tne wool market is
quiet. The actual sales of the week
amounted to 2,450,000 pounds. Prices aie
steady, but not materially changed, al
though Ohio fleeces are very firm and tend
ing upward, sale of PX and XX and above
being made at 29930c, X nt 27c and No. 1 at
3233c Michigan X is also very steady at
2JJiQlSa. generally quoted.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria
G. C Co
G. E. Co. pfd
West. Eiec, 2d pfd
Do, 1st prd
Ft. W. Electrio
Ft. W. Electric, series A
T. H. Trust, series C
T. H. 'I rust, series D
T. H. Trust, Elec. Weld ,
Out Perrysvlllo Avenue SeU at Good Prices
An Increase in Values In That Vicinity
Shown by Recent Sales BuUdlng Per
mits and Late Transactions.
Thursday, Nov. 17.
A sale of realty on Perrysville avenne
beyond the city line, which shows quite an
enhancement in values in that section with
in a short time, has just been consummated.
Thomas M, Marshall, Jr., purchased from
D. H. Cunningham a tract of land contain
ing 32 acres, situated on the cornor of Perrys
ville avenne and tlieEmsworth road, having
a frontage on Perrysville avenue of 1,500
feet, and fronting on tho Emsworth road a
distance or 1,000 feet, extending through to
Lowery's Run road, and having a frontage
thereon of 500 feet, for $16,800, or $325 per
Another sale of acreage located one-half
mile north of the nbove mentioned realty
has also been closed. This tract contains
ten acres, and sold lor $600 per acre.
Kaufmann Bros, took out a permit to-day
for a six-story brick house on Filth ave
nue, between Sraithfleld street and Cherry
alley; cost, $92,000.
Other pennits issued were: M. Seibert,
three two-story brick dwellings, Beeonwood
Park plan of lots; cost, $15,000 for alL James
Costello, a two-story frame dwelling, Quincy
street; cost, $1,500. Eliza Egan, a brick
addition, Colwell street, near Dinwid
dle street; cost, $700. Mrs. Ellen Hums,
two two-story brick dwellings, near No. 2013
x-unn avenue; cost, sa.ooo lor both, wuunm
Herrman, a one-story brick drugstore. No.
1926 Carson street; cost, $2,700. James C.
Dick, a two-story frame dwelling. Graham
street, between Clvbourne street and Center
avenue; cost, $3,000. David Burns, a two
story frame dwelling, Bnlonda street, corner
or Ivan street; cost, $1,550. D. E Simpson, a
two-story frame dwelling. Dean street, near
Larimer avenue; cost, $980.
McDowell & Stewart sold a house of eight
rooms, lot 55x170 feet, on Ella street, Wil
kinsburg, forHattie FIshering, to.Dr. Bruce,
for $3,300; also lot on Braddock avenuo for
J. D. Dushane, to Annie Calahan. for $1,225;
also lot 125x122 on Penn avenue for Martha
Creel man, to W. J. Tomer, for $5,000.
A. Z. Byers & Co. sold for the Ridgeview
Land Company to William Haslege, lots
Nos. 29 and 30 in their Grande Pointe plan,
Eleventh ward, Allegheny, fronting 90 feet
on California avenuo and extending
through 140 feet to a 20-root alley, for $3,500.
S. A. Dickie. & Co. sold to Henry L. Benner
a lot 25x60 feet on Fletcher alley, for $250.
Also sold for W. II. Anderson to J. J. Matth
ews a lot on Meade street, in Fahnostock
Place nlan. 50x130 leet. fnr9 S50 mh-
Reed B. Coyle & Co. sold for the Bellevue
Land Company, in their plan ot Sunny Side,
Bellevue. lots Nos. 163 and 163. fronting ICO
leet on Orchaid avenue bv 150 feet to an
alley, for $1,500 cash.
Black Aliaird sold to James BissetforJ.
A. Shannon lots Nos. 35 and 36 In tho Shan
non plan, Mt. Washington, fionting 39 feet
on Southern avenue, 011 the comer of Leila
street, for $900.
JohnIi.Ewing4Co.sold for Harry Hills a
lot 21x150 on Ellis avenue, Tenth ward, Alle
gheny, for $650.
Baxter, Thompson & Co. sold lot No. 250
In the Bank ot Commerce addition plan,
Brnshton station, fronting feet on Ben
nett street by 137 feet to 20 foot alley, for
Morris & Aisbitt sold lots Nos. 18 and 19 in
John D. McMunn's plan, Crafton, to W. J.
Patterson for $1,100.
John F. Sweeny sold to James Nesblt, the
Allegheny contractor, for John F. and Gilll
fordB. Sweeny, lots Nos. 29 and 30 in the
?ilan or Maple Vala, fronting 21 feet each on
toward avenue and extending back 100 feet
to an alley, for $660 cash: also sold for Dr.
Jobn S. Rankin and Louise C. Rankin, lot
No. 6 in their plan, fronting 21 leet on Boggs
avenue and extending back 111 feet to an
alley, ror $1,000.
The Burrell and Kensington Improvement
Companies report the following sale of lots
at Kensington: Miss Rosalia Sohaefer,
x-ittsuurg, lot u, diock i, tor ssav au cash;
Menas and Edward Menken, FittsDurg,
south 15 feet of lot 30 and north 10 feet of lot
31, block 1, $1,012 50 cash: David L. Leslie,
Bellevue, lot 261, block 26, $877 50 cash.
TRADE GENERALLY GOOD,
Bat the High Temperature- Is Restricting
the Movement of Strictly Seasonable
Goods Eggs and Oats Continue to Show
an Upward Drift,
Thursday, Nov. 17.
The mild weather is hurting local whole
sale trade more or less, particularly along
the produce commission line, where poultry,
game and nearly everything else seasonable
is suffering because of a continued compara
tively high temperature. The beautiful
weather is bringing out crowds of people
and the retail stores are thronged irom
morning until night, but they are looking
around for holiday novelties and are buying
sparingly of strictly fall and winter goods.
In a general way, however, reports show a
fairly satisfactory state of affairs in all lines
Grain, Flour and Feed.
On call at the Grain and Flour Exchange
to-day one car of No. 2 feeding prairie hay,
spot, sold at $9 50. Bids and offers:
No. 2 yellow shelled corn
No. 2 rye
Ho. 2 white oats
No. 2 yellow shelled corn 47
High mixed shelled corn 47
NcwJNo. 2yellow shelledcorn 45
No. 2 white oats 33!
:xtra So. 3 white oats 37
Winter wheat bran
Winter wheat bran, sacked 14 59
No. 1 timothy hay 13 50
Ho. 2 timothy hay 12 50
No. 2 feeding prairie hay. 9 00
No, 2 red wheat
No. 2 yellow shelled corn
New high mixed shelled corn..
evr high mixed ear com
No. 2 yellow ear corn, old
No. 2wblte oats
Winter wiieat bran
No. 1 timothy hay
, 13 75
Receipts bulletined: Via the P. & W. 2
cats hay, 1 car oats: via the B. & O. 2 cars
hay; via tho P. & L. E. 5 cars hay, 1 car bar
ley, 1 cars flour; via the P., C, C. Jt St. L. 2
oars bran, 5 cars bay. 1 car corn; via the P.,
Ft. W. & C 6 cars flour, 2 cars oats, 7 cars
hay, 1 car straw. Total, 10 cars.
RAXOE OP TUE MARKET.
The following quotations for grain, feed, hay
and straw are for car lots on track. Dealers charge
a small advance from store. 1
Wheat No. 2 red
Com? No. 2yelIowear ,
High mixed ear
New No. 2 yellow ear ,
No. 2 yellow shelled
Hlgu mixed shelled
New No. 2 yellow shelled.
Oats No. 1 white
No. 2 white
Extra No. 3 white
BTE-No. 1 Western 59
No. 2 Western 57
Flour (Jobbers' prices) Fancy brands, $4 6j
4V85; stmdard winter patents, 91 E0! 75; spring
puii'iiis, tl iA43t &; BtraiKiit winter, 1 u
clear winter. S3 754 00; XXX bakers.
, 3 75(
rye, (J iM&A 10.
The Exchange Price Current qnotes flour in car
lots on track as follows:
Patent winter ?3 75Co)I CO
Patent spring 4 404 50
Straight winter 3 25(313 50
Clear winter 3 OMa 25
Low grades 2 00(32 50
Rye flour 3 2.V33 50
Spring bakers 3 251 50
Millfeid-No. 1 white middlings, f 18 0019 00;
No. 2 white middlings, JIG C0I7 00: winter wheat
bran, fu 5014 00; brown middlings, f 15 O0Q16 lX;
chop. Sis IOT&21 00.
llAY-Cho.ce timothy. 14 2Tyai4 50: No. I tlm-
Othr, $13 75(314 00; No. 2 tllllothr. $12 60 13 00:
mixed clover and timothy. 813 0113 50: paiklng,
87 0C8 00: No. 1 feeding prairie, r 50(310 00; No.
2 do. S8 50(39 00; wagon hay. 515 0C17 00.
Sjtb vw-Wheat, JO 007 00; oats, U 507 50; rye,
$7 007 50.
Sugar Patent cut-loaf. 5Vc: cubes, SVJc: pow
dered, 5!jc; granulated (standard), 4?5c: confec
tioners A, 47c: sort A. Hm:: laucr yellow.
4!c: fair yehow. 4Ja4c; common jellow. Vi
C'orFEE Roasted, In packages-Standardbrands,
!213-2.'c; second grades. 21 w;(322ic: fancy grades.
2oH32c. Looselava. 36.r;c: danlos. 27H2Sc;
Maracalbo. 23J4c; Peaberry, Zlk2x; Caracas, Z4
30c: Rio. 2327c. .,.-,
MOLASSES-Cholce, 3W35c; fancy. 3aX3Gc;
centrifugals, 29J9,c; new crop New Orleans, 43
SYRUP Corn syrup. 2527c: sugar srrup, I830c;
fancy flavors, 3133c: black strap. I6I6Hc-,,
Pkuits-London lavef raisini f2 (.0: California
London layers, tl 10I&2 15: California muscatels,
bags. SJiffiec: boxed. (I 15(31 25: Valencia.7M7hc;
Ondara Valencia. 8ia8)c: California sultanas,
llllc; currants, 4Ne: California prunes.
llt15c: French prunes. 8-3llc; Calllornla seed
less raisins. 1-lb cartons, 4 00: cltroU, 18i9c;
lemon peel, 10)jllc.
RIOE-Fancy head Carolina, 8H)0 prime : to
choice, BfcAjoi Louisiana, JJiSOet Jara, t$Xoi
Oai-carDoa, u, lei hsadUxat, (Ml nttrj
51 (f 51K
49 (3 50
35 l .-
white. 7c: Elaine. 13c: Ohio legal test. OMc; mlntrs
winter white, 3440e: summer, 3233c.
Canned Goods standard peaches, 82 152 2s;
extra peaches. $2 4532 50; seconds. $1 85i 95: pie
peaches, 11 2531 30; finest corn, II 40l 50: Har
ford county corn, f 1 C5l 10: lima beans, tl 203
1 25; soaked, S085c: earlr June peas, fl 15JM 25;
marrowfat peas, fl OofflUlO: soaked, 7580c: French
peas. $11 5C20 00? 100 cans, or $1 40(32 50 ? dozen ;
plneapolcs, $1 25(3)1 30: extra do. t: 40; Bahama
do, 13 00; Damson rilnms. Eastern. $1 25; Cali
fornia pears, 12 252 35; do green gages, fl 75;
do egg plums, fl 75; do apricots, fl 90(32 25; do
extra white cherries. 2 7S3 85; do white cherries.
2-lb cms. $1 83; rasoberrics. fl 25I 50: strawber
ries, tl I&ai 25; gooseberries, fl 101 25: tomatoes.
95cfl 00; salmon.l-tb. tl 301 35: blackberrles.75
80c: succotash, 2-lb cans, soaked. 95e; do stand
ard, 3-B cans, fl 25I 60; corntd beef, 2-lb cans'
fl 651 75: do, ll-lb. $13 00: roast beef. 2-lb. fl 75;
chipped beer. 1-lb cans, f 1 952 00; baked beans,
f I 251 35: lobsters. 1-lb, f2 25: mackerel, fresh,
l-lb, fl 90; broiled, fl 50; sardines, domestic H,
f4 00: Ht, f6 25; Ms. mustard, f3 25: imported, 54s.
810 5012 50: Imported. s, 913 0O23 00; canned
apples, 3-lb, 7oS0c; gallons, $2 9o3 00.
Large hams,, ;. t U'-
Shoulders, sugar-enred tit
Breakfast bacon 11
Extra do 13
Clear bellies, smoked 10
(Hear bellies. drysalR? 9
Pork, heavy 16 60
Linht 17 50
Dried beer, knuckles . IS
I.ard (reCnccl), tierces e'4
Two 50-lb cases 8$
Lard (compound), tierces 6!
Half barrels 6
Palls : 6,
Two 50-lb cases 6S
Flve-lb cases 7,1,
Ten-lb cases 7
Butter and Cheese.
BrTTira Elgin creamery. 3-C303XC: otner
brands, 29(3131c: choice to fancv dairy and countrr
roll. 2S28c: fair to medium grades. 193.Mc; low
grades, 12Hc: cooking. 9Ilc; grease, 6&3c
Cheese Ohio. lin;c: New York. iDiOllHc;
fancy Wisconsin Swiss blocks. 1415c: do bricks.
12H13c; Wisconsin sweitzer. In tubs. 1313)ic;
llmberger, 10Jllc: Ohio Swiss, 12Lic r
Eggs and Poultry.
EGOS Strictly fresh Pennsylvania and OhIo,25Q
25c: special mirks. 27c; storage stock, 22ra23c.
Poultrt Lire Spring cnlckens. 3S50c per
pair: old chickens, tfi&bac: ducks, 555c; geese.
7ocS? 1 00: turkeys. 1213c per To. Dressed Chick
ens. 1213c per lb; ducks, 15lGc; geese, ll12c;
Berries, Vegetables and Fruit.
Cranberries, $2 0C2 25 per box and $6 00
Apples, $2 501 00 per bbl; quinces, $3 00
1 59 per hbl and 3550c per basket; pears,
$1 502 50 per keg; Concord grapes, 2425o
per basket; Catawba and Niagara do, 2S30c;
small baskets, all kinds, 1315c; Florida
oranges, $3 003 50 per box; Jamaica do,
$6 00G 50 per bbl; lemons, $1 C05 00 per
box; bananas, $1 001 50 per bunch; pine
apples, 1015o each by the bbl; Malaga
grapes, $6 U06 50 per keg; Persian dates,
$4 004 25 per case.
Cabbage, $1 251 50 per bbl and $5 50(36 50
per 100; onions, $2 252 50 per bbl lor native
and $1 151 25 per box for Spanish: turnips,
$1 251 75 per bbl.; rutabagas, $1 001 10;
heetsund paisnips, $2 002 25: carrots, $1 5J
1 75; celery. 2535c per dozen.
Potatoes, 7030c per bushel from store.
Jersey swoetx, $3 751 00 per bbl; Balti
more do, $2 733 00.
Quall,$l 752 00 per dozen; pheasants, $7 00
7 50; prairie chickens, $6 006 50: wood
cock, $5 505 00; ducks, $2 501 50; squirrels,
$1 251 50; rabbits, 3035o per pair; veni
son, 13 14c per lb by the carcass and 18
20c for saddles.
MACKEREL. Bbls. bbls bbls Palls Palls
200 lb 100 lb 501b 15 lb 101b
Extramess bloaters.. ?40 00 $20 40 flu 40 f 3 20 f 2 20
Extra No. 1 bloaters. 33 1)0 17 9" 9 15 I 83 1 35
Extra No. 1 mess.... 32 00 16 lO 8 40 2 b0 1 80
Extra No. 1 shore.... 23 00 14 40 740 230 160
Med. xo. linens 24 00 12 40 64 200 140
Med. No. 1 shore .... 21 00 10 90 5 65 1 75 I 25
Ex.No. 2 shore mess. 22 CO 11 40 5 90 135 130
Ex. No. 2 shore large 20 00 10 40 5 40 170 120
Ex. Ho. med. shore. IS CO 940 491 165 110
No. 2 medium 15 10 7 90 4 15 133 95
No. 3 large 14 00 7 4j 3 9t1 125 90
Barrels, 200 lbs ,
Hair barrels. 100 los
Quarterbbls. CO lbs
Fo lomac herring
Barrels Half barrels
Hair barrels. 701b
Quarter barrels, 301b
1 alls. 15 lb ,
Half barrels. 70 lb
Quarter barrels, 30 lb
Half barrels, ICO lb
Large, per lb
2Mb boxes, lfi-Ib bricks, perlb....
20-lb boxes, l2-lb bricks, choice...
Buckwheat Flour 2J2e perlb.
Seeds Choice rieleaned Western timothy. $2 10
(32 15 per bu: choice recleaned Western clover.
$8 50 75: white clover. 812 00: orchard erass,
f 1 85: millet, fl 45(31 50: blue grass. (2 (02 25.
BEA2f 8 New York and Michigan pea beans. $2 13
(32 20 per bu: hand-picked medium. $2 10: 15:
Lima, 4'4(3t!ic per lb; Pennsylvania and Ohio
beans, f 1 75)I 90 per bu.
BEESWAX-Choice yellow. 39335c: dark. 25S23c.
Cinhn New country. 85 50(36 50: crab. 17 50(38 03
Honey New crop white clover, 20(3?1c per lb;
buckwheat, 1416c; strained honey. 8(3!ic.
Tallow Country rough. 3Ulc per lb; city ren
Feathers Extra live geese, 5Si330cperlb: No.
1 do, 48(350c: mixed. 30(340c.
NuTS-Chestnuts. 13 KX3J 50 per bushel: peanuts,
green, S'iicpcr pound; do. roasted, fl 151 25
Jier bushel: hickory nuts. 75c(311 00: shellbarks.
1 00I 25; new walnuts, 606ic; old do. 5ifej55c;
butternuts. 5055c for old and C065! for new:
Alberts. 9c per lb: almonds, Tarragona, lSc; do,
lvlca. 16c: do. paper shell, 25c: shelled almonds,
35c: Brazil nuts, 88jc; French walnuts, 9c:
pecans. 10c: Naples walnuts, 13c; Grenoble wal
riCKLts ?4 wj(.oy per Darrei.
POPI ORS 3J44'ii per lb.
HIDES Green steer hides, trimmed. 75 lbs and
np. 7c: green steer hides, trimmed, 60 to 75 lbs. 7c:
green steer hlde, trimmed, under 60 lbs, 6c: green
cow hides, trimmed, all weights. 4c: green bull
lilacs, trimmed, all weights, 4c; green calf skins
No. 1, 6c: green cair skins. No, 2. 4c: green steer
hides, trimmed, side hrauded. 4c. green salt steers.
No. 1. CO lbs ami up 77'4c: green salt steers, No.
1, 63 lbs and Ie-,5. 4l'ic; green salt cows. No 1,
alt wels-hts. 4341ic: green salt calf. No 1.8 to 15
lbs. 5'(3Gc: green salt kip. N o. 1. 15 to 25 lbs. 45c:
runner skip. No. 1, 10 to 15 lbs, 3lc; No. 2 hides,
1,'aC off; No. 2 calf. 2c on".
Hogs Slow and Lower Cattle Steady and
East LmKRTY, Pa,, Nov. 17.
Cattle Receipts, 00 head; shipments,
580 head; market steady at yesterday's
prices; no cattle shipped to New York to
day. Hoos Receipts, 4,200 bead; shipments, 3,400
head: market slow; Philadelphia, $5 705 80;
mixed, $5 605 65: Yorkeis, $3 105 55; 9 cars
hogs shipped to New York to-day.
Sheep Receipt-), 600 bead: shipments, 1,000
head; market slow at yesterday's prices.
By Associated Press.
Chicago The JSvenlng Journal reports:
Cattle Receipts, 15,100 head; shipments,
5,000 head: market choice and strong;
other lower: best native?, $5 005 75; oth
ers. S2 402 75; Texnns. $2 003 8j: stockers.
$1 7o3 00; cows, $1 0002 65. Hogs Receipts,
21,000 head; shipment', 9,000 head: market
steady to lower; rough and common, $3 log)
5 35: packing and mixed. $5 SJj 55: prime
heavy nnd butchers, $5 5CQ5 71: sorted light,
$5 505 55; light mixed, H 7505 43. Sheep
Receipts, 6,000 head; shipments. 1,600 head;
market dull and lower; natives, $3 505 00;
Westerns, $3 75l'5o; lambs, $3 50g5 10;
mixed, $3 001 CO.
New York Beeves Receipts, 255 head, all
for slaughterers: no ti-ndin; feeling dull:
diessed beef steady, 7So perlb. Ship
ments to-dav, 313 boeves. Calves
Receipts, 350 head: market stead);
veals, $5 00ig)7 50 per 100 pounds: grassors.
$2 12g'2 50; Western calve. $2 753 50.
Sheep Biid lambs Receipt", 1,517 head: meat,
shade firmer, $1 25 ner 100 pounds: dressed
mutton steadv ar 78o per pound: dressed
lambs dull at 768c. Hogs Receipts, 7,263
head, including -i cars lor sale; market
firm at $5 106 10 per 100 lbs.
Kansas City Cattle Rocelpts. 5,930 h:ead
SICK HEADACHE-Carter,s jm) LtTerpm
SICK HEADACHE-Car,er,1 LmIe Urer rul
SICK HEADAC1IE-Carter,, L,tUe LlT pulfc
SICK fcAB-ACHE-Cartcr,lLlmc hlTvm,
shipments, 5,200; market quiet and un
changed; representative sales: dressed beef
and shipping steers, $2 731 70: cows, $1 35
2 90: Texas and Indian steels, $2 25Q2 75;
Blockers and feeders, $2 303 20. Hogs Re
ceipts, 5,700 head; shipments, 800 head; the
market opened 5o higher and closed 10c
higher: all grades, $1 60Q5 50; bulk, $500
.J?L Sheep Receipts, 1,900 head; shipments.
100 head; the market was steady.
Buffalo Cattle Receipts, 56 loads through.
1 sale: dull but steady. Hogs Receipts, 68
loads through, 35 sale; slow butabouc steady
for good grades; pigs lower: heavy cornied,
$3 80. Sheep and lambs Receipts, 5 loads
through, 21 sale; very dull and lower for all
kinds; Canada lambs entirely neglected;
lambs, native, choice; Canada, nominal;
Cincinnati Hoes steady at $1 505 65; re
ceipts, 1,610 head; shipments. 2.175 head. Cat
tie slow bnt steady at $1 731 25: receipts
1,815 head: shipments, 860 head. Sheep easy
at t3 501 75; receipts, 1S8 head; shipments,
115 bead. Lambs easier at $3 505 00.
Effects or tho Election on Fig Tin and Tin
New York, Nor. 17. Special. A special
cable to the Iron Age says: In pig Iron war
rants there has been some upward move
ment in prices, Scotch selling to lis 11K1
Cleveland, 50sl0Jdana homatite to 16s 10d.
The report that stocks have decreased to
352,000 tons Scotch and 15.000 tons Cleveland
pig, had some effect in promoting the better
feeling. Pig tin has dropped 1517s 6d dur
ing the week under the influence or returns
confirming the election of the Democratio
candidate for President. The selling was
chiefly of futures, bat buyers of cash lots
have steadily followed the markets with
purchases instead of sales and absorbed con
siderable outside stock. This intermediate
unloading, it is figured, places stocks in
fewer bands than be lore.
The tin plate market has shown greater
strength, due chiefly to the result of the
elections In the States. There has
been some pressure to sell on the part of tho
holders of old iron, and among other quota
tions as low as 50s has been made on flange
PIG IBON STEADY.
Billets Quiet, Structural Iron Dull and the
Pipe Trade Active.
New York, Nov. 17. Special The Iron
Age says: 'Pig iron is steady in all the lead
ing markets,, but is quiet so far as new
transactions are concerned. Bayers have
well covered and sellers are comfortably off
for orders. Billets have been quiet, with
lurther reports of good prices paid for spot
stock. Muck bars are showing an easier
tendency in Eastern Pennsylvania, but are
reported as Being steady and qnite active in
the Pittsburg district. Eastern steel rail
mills record the first moderate sized trans
action for some time, and the Chicago mills
claim to be well supplied with orders lor
some time to come. Bars are weakening a
littlo in the Eastern and in the Chicago mar
kets. Structural iron and steel are dull in all
sections so far as new business is concerned.
The pipe trade has received some very good
orders lately and shows considerable activ
ity, with a possibility of some advance in
New York Jletal Market.
New York, Nov. 17. Pig iron steady and
in fair demand; American. $13 0015 50.
Copper quiet and firm: lake, $11 80011 90.
Lead quiet; domestic, $3 SO. Tin quiett
straits, $20 402O SO.
Baltimore Wheat firmer; No. 2 red spot
and November, 72c; December, 73c; Jan
uary, 75C; May, 81Jc. Corn strong; mixed
spot, ISc November, 18c: year, 48c
Oats steady; No. 2 white Western, lie
Rye dull; No. 2, 59e. Hay steady. Grain
freights dull. Butter firm: Western. 25c
Coffee firm; Rio, fair No. 7, 163c
Dulnth May ODened li3 higher and
December Ke higher. Clce: No. 1 hard, cash
and November and December, 37c; May, 79cj
No. 1 Northern, cash, November and De
cember, 69Jc; May, 76c: No. 2 Northern,
cash, 63Jfc: December, 63Vc; No. 3, 59Jc; re
Buffalo Wheat No. 1 hard, 82?c; No. I
Northern, 78c; No. 2 red, 76c. Corn No. 2,
18c. Receipts Wheat, 210.000 bushels; corn,
200.000 bushels. Shipments Wheat, 172,000
bushels; corn, 123,000 uushels.
INFORMATION FOE PATTIS0N.
State Board of Charities Getting Ready
for tho Legislature.
James B. Scott went to Philadelphia last
evening to attend a meeting of the Board of
Charities and the Lunacy Committee.
Governor Pattison has asked the board for
inlormation to make the recommendations
needed in his message to the Legislature.
Since the last session a farm was bought
and buildings are being erected for a per
manent home for the State insane. Mr.
Scott said he had received applications for
aid from a number of the charitable insti
tutions in Western Pennsylvania. He put
them in a box until he has time to look
over them, so tnat he was unable to say
how the requests compared with those
made two years ago.
"In the last Legislature," said Mr. Scott,
"the farmers were in the saddle, and as a
measure of relief for them the school ap
propriations were increased from $2,000,000
to 85,000,000, making 10,000,000 for the
two years. This practically gave the in
terior counties their schools ior nothing,
ily impression is that the granger element
will not be so strong in the coming Legis
lature. It may be possible that the school
appropriations will be reduced a little. Ow
ing to the demand made on the State
revenues the applications for aid
were considerablycut. The board will go
over the applications in a short time, and
prepare its report lor the Legislature. The
trouble with us is that we are working In
the dark. We haven't any idea how muoh
money is at the disposal of the State, and
the Treasurer is not in a position to en
Death "Was Inevitable.
An unknown man was struck and instant
ly killed by the east-bound express at Fair
oaks on the Fort Wayne road last night.
The man had just stepped from the west
bound track to get out of the way of the
west-bound express and stepped directly In
front of the other train. The remains were
brought to Allegheny City on the express.
"WORTH A GUSNSA A BOX." i
If a mauls) drowsy,
In tho day time ,
oftor s good;;
tion and stomach
by removing the waste
natter which is elosr-
Ins tho system, trill cure all Bilious
nni Vpiim nUnrdcra. and will
! quickly relieve Sick Headache.
1 CoYered with a Tasteless and Soluble Coating,
Of all druggists. Price 25 cents a box.
new York Denot. ao uanai ow
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