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EQUITABLE STOCK HI 300
_ -^ — m— '
c : Drop at Auction Sale from
Asked Price of 4.000.
PHC^LLS RYAN-HYDE DEAL
Cbntrol Now in Hands of J. P.
Morgan— May Announce Plan
for Future Next Month.
Or* <* the Ml interesting transaction*
~ j c:j? ■ -.. «• • •-«» weekly auction sal*^
_, eeeuxitJw *ras the ?ale yesterday sf
ril'sbiTes of c -o-h of the Equitable life
i<fursr.rp Society at 3W, or SSOO for each
a«n shsre
t-vjc total stock Is l.00i» chares of the
•rsreg*** pa~ vai*"? of 510Q.4&0, and the
K-nual dividend return is ' por c^nt.
■T^-ius- F. Ryan *" June. 1»5. paid SaSBM
Haw Hyde &50Q.900 for SIS shares, vrhich
ni at the mm at about &.9SQ a stare;
sb 4 Mr- R^*" * - 'appo«si to have received
*th> same price from J. F- Morgan, to whom
be sold the block of stock early last wii.
ler . But that block repre?er.ts the control
~t£ a corporation baring assets of about

75i>. votinjr trust established by Mr.
r^ynn. consisting cf Georpe Westinphouse.
fj-Jurtiee Slcrgan .T O'Brien and the late
«-i-PrrsiQ<?r!t Grcver Cleveland, expired by
ißT.itaricn en Jcne •' aad the remaining
voting: trustees, who had the option of re
nrsrirs? It fcr another five years, elected
to flJssofre the trust £.- . turn the control
««rer to Mr. Morgan, relyinjr upon him to
ae-t for the best interests of the Equitable.
Hr. Morgan, in replying to the notifica
tion to h!m by the trustees «C their in
j?ailon. save co Intimation of his plans in
regard to the future of the society, and
vf to the present has never made any an-
Tour.cemerrt on the subject. Superintend
ent Hotcbldss cf the Slate Department of
ItSsnaDb in a statement in December just
«Mer Mr. Morgan had acquired the Equit
ibie's control, said:
••Inun-^diately on leaminc that Mr. M '-
-sn tad acquired this stock I called upon
Ida personally and requested a statement
as to hif intentions concerning the same.
>}« replied that in acquirir.gr the stock he
cad a «ir^:e purpose — namely, to prevent
its being soM to different individuals and
xhufc make it impossible that at the expi
jatlcn of the present Has trusteeship
ibis great interest could be used to the
-lit triiß*r,t of the policy holders.
"He Ka-ted further that he desired the
, n-vperatioa of the Insurance Department
1.. wcxidac out _ plan v.-hereby • ... stock —
-vfcicn means the control of the company —
«roal£ be safeguarded ir. the interest of the
j«uicrb.oiders. ar.d that I cculd assure Gov
ernor Hughes that no -•■•-• that end
wvald be taken by him sa/ve with t!ie con
<Mrrencf of the Insurance Department. V
The stock cf the Kcjuiiable is quoted in
me current lists of insurance stocks as
"i.too ask'Mi," with no bid pr'ce" named.
2lr. Morgan might for some purpose de
rjr* to acquire the minority shares, but
he ao?s not need for control any of the
«fcares not already held by him. and It
zszT bt that some minority holder, realiz
i".z this and tired of holding out for $4,000
's share, lias decided to liquidate his hold
ir.rs at a figure which is a. high one Cor a. 7
j-er cent Etock— s3oo.
■ ■••..- ' holders

the Caraaer sad
•• heiJ on C
;

- v Ear thi '^-j^ control
HEADS GENERAL MOTORS CO.
Janies J. Storrow Selected bj
Reorganized Board.
The r^oTanizstion nf the board of dl
r»ctors of the General Motors Company,
terur. a n-e«k ago. iva? completed yester
rsr. At the annual meeting, on November
3. ten of the tleiea dire-?tors resigned.
tb»ir place? being filled by representatives
«■{ the bankers "who had tak^n the com
rzoT's recent ss^ue- of JiriA'V>.ooo five-year 6
»*r cent Dotes-
Vice-President "\V. C. Durant was the
*^y one of the former directors to be re
•'<rt»4, the new members b^irg Anthony
X Brae v. Jam-s J. Sterrov. of "Lie?, Hlc
yineon <fc C?., of Boston; Albert Strauss, of
■ti \r. Beligman St GoT; J. H. McClerr.crt.
Nicholas !>. Tilney and five temporary di
-•ctors. The latter retired yesterday, their
*'J?cessors b^ing Jarr^s N. Wallace, presi
d"trt of the Central Trust Company, cf this
'"•.~. and Zm'sry W. Clark. M. J. 3li:rphj\
Thomas N<=al and A. H. Ireen. jr.. all of
XT*trr:t. v,ho represent the Detroit inter-
r "*s '~ titt company
Mr. Clark is president c r th* Michigan
■Fenk«?*^" Association and vi<-^-pr« i s:dent of
»Ns T-.t'- ?Caticnal Ear.k ef Detroit, and
*!so a cirectcr cf the Security Tri:st Coni
t-pyr ri* ttst city, of ■ T-Ir. 'lurr* u v i?
rr*sid?r.t. Mr. Nea.l fa a director of the
Tirrt Narlcr.a! Eank anfl the Michigan S^v
h»SS Eark. ------ ar.d Mr. Creen is
•with tha ?o!~3y Frocess Ccrn-
•.■ ' - "
- ■ ■
- . (
• *•
ROVEB $7 \CTS
Eiate Canal 3card Acts on Bids Which
mi Nearly Complete Canal.
•ilbanr, Xov. S— Th^ Stats Canal T;r>ard
ftw approved proposes contracts, at an
•■^Jrr.a-e'i ccst of b^t"s'."' l^n $7,000,000 and
r5.'V.-.«*-. ; .Khich -R-Il! practiraliy complete
th* barg:^ rjsa!, iv:tVt th* *-3C^epr!on of *he
firra.cti>e an<s Roch^'ter harbors, the M»
tflna arch and part of the Cayusa.Seneca
«"^nsJ. Th<s plans apr t rov^,i Inciade tho?^
Jor th« construction of th« enlarsed ?>}«
«"an2l. from Clydft to P'aln-.rra. at an esti
nat*-j com cf 3S.GOO.OfjO, and for part "f tH<?
construction r-..rk on the <:ayuca-Sfn<»ra
''-:.--.1. at an estimated cost of jr.200,0</J.
Th'; Loard has alto approved plans for a
X:rr and fcu]k».ea'3 at Gswego. at a ro^t of
«i»ut SI2C.COO, and for a. hydro-electric
r«Tier plant at the Orr-scent dam, en the
-lohawk Elver, at an estiraated cost ol
I OIL FEAUD CHARGED
Val^e of Oklahoma. Stock Sold in Ohio
Said To Be "Proclematical."
CJwiand, Nov. m.— Charles A. Kandals
*-2 Albert S. Griffin, conducting: a stock
r 'i'«.'rcri; business under the firm r,a.ine
c* Battels', Orjtfin & Co.. -wrcre arrested by
Posiofilcfe iospectora this i i fierno'.>n cbargeJ
*^th usir^ the u^ils to defraud
Tij* two men have Le*n engaged In sell
*n* Etock in the Ht^rUn? Oil Company.
taritclizeJ at J5.000.000. and supposed to
{*■* larire oil fields ID Oklalioma. Tills
»* rtric ' *"J^ii w£j scld principally to farm
'^ jn Northern Ohio. v,a> reprcseufd. it
<-ar^(-<l, a? an inve^tjo-jii which vouJ-i
S* 8 * l< > P* r cent. Accordins to United
*«*« District Attorney Day its vajue is
* T ATE EXCISE REVENUES GROW.
Alfcajj;-, Xov. 23— The revenue collected
T Ot« ST af * E X oi.« e DepartaßSßjl !n Oc
,.^* r ' U*P beginnins of th<-. fiscal year when
'|"nr tax *;fcrijfica.tefr art renewed, was
f''-tt2.j4sif ''-tt2.j4si CS. This JrK-ludrai moneys received
' t ° Sl *il sources^ suca as liquor Uii cer
l^u'- a " nleht P prmlts - transfers, fines.
P<^alu-s and Interest on depesits.
Th amount collet -d rrom the sam©
source for the correEponding month la(=t
year m mUHUten. making a net in
en«M this year of 32.
ORDERS 323 ' LOCOMOTIVES
New York Central' 3 New Equip
ment to Cost $4,000,000.
The We* York Central Haw have placed
orders with the American Locomotive Com
pany for £3 locomotives for delivery In
HI Tho valu*! of th« ordpr is estimated
to be approximately 54,000.0n0.
Of ihe total number ordered tlie New
York Central win receive 137. connoting- of
CO Piwuimi mgfiiui, m freight engine- -5
rwit<*lo« engines and 10 passenger enpln-s
for u^ on th* Boston & Albany. The
•r- i-ar, central will get 10 pa sen -r and
****** #nann M for use on its lines here i
and i passontrer. S freight and 5 switching
rn^rs for use in it? service In Canada.
Th* Ite Shore & Michigan Southern tvill
receive 10 Winger. 40 freight and 25 i
switching engines, the "Bis Four" 33
freight engines and the Chicago. Indiana
& Southern 25 freight engines. :
FESTAL^AKT DIVIDENDS GROW
Childs Company Puts Common Stock
on a 10 Per Cent Basis.
Whether it is the high cost of living- that
has driven people to give up housekeeping
and patronize the restaurants, or whether
it is merely the growth in the population,
as shown by the last census, that is re
sponsible, the fact remains that the busi
ness of the Child- Company, which oper
ates a chain of restaurants in this and
other cities, has increased to such an ex
tent that the directors have felt warrant
ed In increasing the dividends on the com
mon stock.
They put it on a 10 per cent yearly basis
yesterday when they declared a quart
payment of 2-j per cent on the issue, an
increase of one-half of l per cent over
the last preceding disbursement, three
months ago. The directors also declared
the usual quarterly dividend of l?i per cent
on the preferred stock. Both dividends are
payable December 10.
MR. LA.WSON TO APPEAR FRIDAY
Financier Did Not Know That His
Testimony Was Wanted Tuesday.
Boston. Nov. 23.— reason Thomas W.
j Laverson did not attend the hearing before a
I master on Monday in connection with the
j various suits instituted by F. Augustus
j Heave against a "'""'*— of Boston brok-
I ers was brought out to-day at a hearin?
before Justice Braley, of the Supreme Court,
on. a petition to arrest Mr. L-ati son on a
capias. Mr. Lawson's counsel, it was stat
ed, was informed that 21r. Lawson's testi
mony could not be taken on the day get,
and that, consequently, be need not appear.
The financier had no intention of disregard
ing a l«»pal summons, his counsel said. Mr.
Lap wan •vrill be in court on Friday, when
the hearing- Is to be resumed. If he is pres
ent at that time the proceeding's brought
against him will I ■- dismissed.
I TO REORGANIZE. TREASURER SAYS.
The stockholders of the American Soda
Fountain Company elected Thomas J.
Xonon and C. F. Pope directors yesterday
in place cf Charles "Warren and the late
W. T. Jenny, and re-elected the other di
rectors. There had been reports that op
position might be offered to the re-election
of the outsx>ins directors, but the dissatis
fied shareholders refrained from voting.
Boston. Xov. 23. — Reorganization of the
American Soda Fountain Company has
been decided on, according to a. statement
made to-day at the head offices of the cor
poration. Isaac F. North, treasurer and
general manager of the company, said that
a plan or reorganization will be taken up
at a special meeting of stockholders. It I
was necessary, he said, to enable the com
pany to pay dividends from future earn
ings, lie added thai the company had
never been insolvent, as charged by the op
ponents of the present management.
OREGON-WASHINGTON RAILROAD.
Salf-m. Ore.. Nov. 23.— tides of Incor
poration of the newly formed Oregon-
V»~ashir)gton Railroad & Navigation Com
pany tverc liled here this afternoon. The
articles provide for a corporation with a
capitalization of JjO,<JOOiOGO controlled by the
Union Pacific. The new corporation is !
authorized to absorb all present and pros
pective lines of the" Oregon Railroad &
Nai igation Company, the Oregon & Wash
ington Railroad Company, the North Coast
Railroad Company at also many smaller
lines in the Pacific Northwest. It is esti
mated that The total steam mileage will
be about 4,000
CALUMET AND HECLA DIVIDEND.
Boston. Nov. 23.— T Calumet and H*da
iliains Company to-day declared a quar
terly dividend of $7 a share, the «»ame as
fnat of three months azo. At this time la?
year the dividend was 5S a share.
MAKINE TNTBLLTCrENCE
3UXLA.TCBE AL^IANAC
?':crls«. 855: sunset, 4:35; moon rises, .
mC-H WATER. F?f
Sandy Hook \\^. },%-
Go^ enor-a Island - - --;* j '„:
Bell Gat» *-'
WIRE-ESS REPORTS.
The Mauritania, reported a.« 68" milej «;asi of
Fia'iy Hook at 7:10 a m y«terday, if- sßsaetafl
'^T^T^lißreXalk^^eport^l as 1.135 mUss ««st.
of F*n<l" H~^k at 9 a m ■ assattay is asaactad
to d jrk Saturday fTcnoon.
INCOMING STEAMERS.
TO-DA-r.
•Marian;* F-l-.. Ncv 19. . . . . -Cunard
\^r.:a Palermo. So» 7. • . ...Ll£7*-I a
Brwiau Bftmen. Not 12-.-.N G Uord
K 6ni «Alr-rt Gibraltar Nov 15... N G IJ<*d
M^na... .....N»^ r!^v g l .^...-F^
Irwitwts Jaciteonvt:!«, .Nov 21 — Clyde
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25.
♦y'^pan C- lon. Nov 15 .... United Fruit
•<>ar£y~ Para. Nov 12... =^r5
America Puerto Mei. Not IS. ••• so Am
SATUPJJAT, NOVEMBER 20
• X«-w Tork Southampton. Nov 15..... A...
•Pr>n» M^r)M....Hayt!. Nov * J1 V- •" '^l Trans
MlßD««m«k* I^ndon. Nov 1.. . . .Atl Trans
<-*lirornian Puerto Mexico Nov; lU. •Am U
H "Jorte New Orleans, Nor -1 v -So a '-
CujorColujnbua..£a.vannah, ,-.,.. -3.. .savanaaa
•firings «all.
OUTGOING STEAMERS.
TO-DAY. , ,
Hall veaael
Ifeaaaj Far Use. ctoesi •"*■
Am»rlka. HambMrK, Ham-Am « :>•■ ■ n 1 -•«•■» m
I JT TVwralne. Havre. FY«.ncb. IMO 3 „-, Ur.HO a m
Sania Z&una, Jamaica. UF O> »Ai a m UirO'Hl ~
M.! K.fUmand, liaytl. ?r ll«0*ai jagg™
:. .-ri«t_: - ' f™
fioon. Bremen >OL - - 3 "S^m
-« ■ -
Bkblac. EnaMWfcJt iU110r,... _- 1:00pm
li'JLi.iV NOVEMBER Ci.
Fast Piinbt*. Rio lan. Prince. X2a»m 3--00pm
-ituinzae Taznplco. Ward... «•«»
Araj'aS. 'jadc-onvllle. Clyde. l:0«Jpm
f-ATLRI'AV, JJOVESIBEB SI
«t Lrsuis Southampton, Am. 6:3o am lO^WP™
(irmania, Madura, Cuaard.. '.. : /i>)am 12:00 m
etiti'- Liverpool. WTille Ktar. 10 :3o a m 2:t"> P"'
pf-nauiian. Bermufia. Quebec S;iif»atn !•' "" •' •'
y-jIU '"urarao. H«<i l> S;.TO a. m 12:"> m
?aix.s'jn«* Pan Juan. ■ -vl'i. Br.matn 1- <«• -■
OvSm Coi-'n. H M JS P ;,:.T>a m J2^»»
HLi viiia, Hwaaa. ■■•-•• UiuOam l - M i 1i 1 m
ia.. lU:ni. An ;. ,*, a m |
rw- ■ Santos. Brazilian 12 „. „, — -
H^minlus. Argentina. H-wet .l2:<jr> m
iV-'ornia. Glii£gow. AncSor.. rWP™
WsL'ita. Ijonion. Atl Trans... inOJa-ni
ie/^gU. Kapte*. Anchor n^iOa-m
i. a Aosta. Naple*. Italian... . !:<flptn
Kk J»cksonvllte. ; aya;: ; j : o0 P m
HMVer «alv«-ston. Ma'.lury... ■ .ii-i p i
'•orr.al.' TUnpa. Ma110ty . ..... i :I xt p m
i- cf Atl2n ;a . gavmrmah. Kav. '3:Uip»n
THAXSPACTFIC lIAJLS.
Destination and cteanier. rjosf- i n Jf. I", r. J.
Hawaii- Japan. Ourf*. '--ir.a « vla
t=xn /Van. ieco»— teilwria To-d*' , o^o
japfcii Corea. China, r^a^SSSaai <>»*
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, Ts OYEMBER 24, 1910.
Jaran. Corea. China (V» ■ T;a) —
Titian ■ —<„_ ' „., 'cV •■•»-. ..3f0r -5. Ban
Jj>pan. Con*. Ch'^ a »* teauis)— V.^
gado sla*g -- N'-^i- 27. 6:"0
SHIPPING NEWS
Port of New York, Wednesday. No
vember 23, 1910.
ARRIVED.
Steamer Oceanic (Bn Southampton and Cher
bourg <mr ÜBf. "•"* »* a,,, (:r! [72 \o th e
White Star IJ n f>.*^ catln a »d «t«-ra S o
passengers, mans and mdse. Arrived at the V.a
: at steamer"'KTndam (Dutch;, Rotterdam and
Raa»er »5*S? „.' r7r 7 ? '" ! - Rotterdan, nnd
Boulopi; ; -XYralin an a" nP* Holland-Ameri.-a
e h Arr^ L fat a "h,^ r St -^?. P--«f.-«
Gibar. Ift i -. ;7 , a Nip<! to STeMu£.
.. *ers sad mdai
rired at the Ba at s:ia a m.
steamer Kosarlo di Gicr ; o o*ar>, Port Vn _
tonio N ■. to the Atlanti. rruit ". 0
rult. vr-n- i at the Har a: 3ai» Vi
-
.■eteamer Zulia. Maracatbo Nuvember iq (•„"„
cao 14 and La Guayra 1.". to BllM7l>2il"i & fv>
with 2 passengers, mails and mdse Arrived a :
the Bar at 3:40 a m Nov 21 Arruel a
I steamer Alice (Aust). Trieste November 3
: Patras 7 Palermo 0, Algiers U and AlrnTrfa li
to Pbelps Brothers & Co. with M cabin and «T
si-era«e , passengers and n.dse. Arrived at the
r>.xr at 1 & m.
I .Steamer Arapahoe. Jacksonville November 19
; and Cbartarton '< > . to th» Clyde Sa Co with pas
sengers aad-mdsa. Passed in Quarantine 2:53
am.
steamer WUhelmina, Georgetown s C No
vember l.>. to the Atlantic Coast Lumber Cor
poration with lumber.
Steamer El Valle. Galveston November 17 to
the southern Pacific Co, with tr.dse Passed in
Quarantine 11:12 a m. -
Steamer 9abin«. Brunswick November 19, to
the Clyde t>s Co. with passengers ana mdse.
Passed in Quarantine 11:5S a m.
Delaware, Philadelphia, to the Clyde Ss Co,
with • ase. Passed in Quarantine 12:02 p m.
El Mar. New Orleans November IS. to the
Southern Pacific Co. with mdse. Passed In
Quarantine 12:1* p m.
Steamer Chatham (Bn. Junln August 23.
Iqulque 30, Antofagasta Seotember 16. Corooel
23. Punta Arenas October 2. Montevideo 10. St
Lucia November 1. Boston 13 and Perth Amboy
23. tn BTessel, Duval & Co. -with nitrate. Left
Quarantine i::"0 p m.
PriTiceps Arn«>, Newport Ne-ws and Norfolk,
to the Old Dominion Ss Co. with passengers and
mdse. Passed in Quarantine 2:IS o m.
Steamer Haaken VII fNa Havana November
"17. to th« Mun*on Ps Line, with sugar. Arrived
at the Bar at 5 p re.
?t«amer Batavla (Oer>. Karr.bure November 8.
to the Hamburg-American Line, with 814 steer
are passengers and mdae. Arrived at the Bar
at 3:20 v m.
Sandy Hook. N ,T. Nov 2". 0:30 r> — TVlnd
son th west; liarht breeze; cloudy: smooth sea.
SAILED
Steamers Oceania fAust">. Naples via Philadel
phia: Yumuri (Cuban), Santiago: Bantu fßr>,
Philadelphia; Comanche, Charleston an.l Jack-
B&nrllle: Concho. Galvestor.: Antilles. New Or
iear.s: Enerpie (Ger), Flushing; Finland (Belsf),
(Antwerp: Bella < Bri. Kingston: Manna H;'tn.
Baltimore: Pan Giorgio 'Ttan. Naples and Pa
lermo; Teutonic fßr), Southampton: Allephany
(G-eri Havana: Monterey. Havana: Mala (Ger),
Norfolk: Manx Isles fßr). Newport News;
Gorredvl; (Dutch), Boston and Philadelphia;
Hamilton, Norfolk and Newport News.
STEAMERS AT FOREIGN PORTS.
ARRIVED.
Plymouth. Ncv 23, 7:57 p m — Adriatic «Brt. New-
York for Cherbourg and Southampton (and
proceeded).
Naples. Nov 23. .'• p m — Duca degll Abruzzi
<Ilal'>. New York.
Genoa, Nov — Re d'ltalia (Itali. New York.
Suez. No-.- 23 — Sandon Hall <Br). Calcutta for
Boston and New Tork.
Brow Head. Nov Xooniam < Dutch), New
York for Boulogne and Rotterdam
Biver Plate, Nov 21 — Tudor Prince fßr>, New
York via Rio de Janeiro.
SAILED.
Hollo. Nov Dacre Castle (Br), Boston and
New York.
St Lncla. Nov 22— St Egbert <Br) ("from
Buenos Ayres'i. Boston and New York.
Seville Nov 19 — Agnello Ciampa (Ital), New
York.
Colombo. Nov — Neidenfels ( Ger> ffrom
Calcutta), Boston and Sew Tors
Naples, Nov 22 (6 p m) — Roma (Fr>, New
Eo-Jthar.ipton Nov 23 f12:15 p ml — Majestic
<Br>. New York via Cherbourg and
Queenstown.
Manila, Nov 22 — Inv-eresk rßr), New Yor'.i.
Southampton. Nov 23 — Tajrus fßr). New York
via Barbaflos. Colon. Kingston, etc.
PASSED.
Malta. Nov 22 — Moncaster Castle (Bn. Yoko
hama, etc for Sew rork.
Gibraltar, Xov 23 — Kioto IBr). New York for
Hong Kong. Shanghai, etc: Calabria fßr).
New York for Palermo, Naples, etc; Mas
silia (Ft), New Tor* for Marseilles.
Ad»n. Nov 23 — lndravelli ißr). Yokohama. Iliogo.
Shlmonosekt, Shanghai, Foochow, Keelons;,
ing Kong anil Slng^apcre for New ' irk.
Kinsa'e. Nov 33_ Tintoretto ißr), Now York for
Manchester.
FERRY COMPANIES.
Bid.Asked.' Bid. Asked
BUm r sa-. 24 2S JlOth .v 3d St. » 37
H F Ist Bs .100 I*- I do boruls • ''■" 70
VTStir G 5s 94 07 I t"ni"n Ferry.; 27 SO
NY & P... SO SB I do Ist ss. - J . 94 B6
do Ist Bs. . SB 65 i
N. Y. AND OTHER GAS SECURITIES.
Bid.Asked.' . Lsked.
•Btng G -">s . M — [Pat &F G -'■ ■>'
•C C G 58-T.100% 101%) »P «:: Gss ft 4 9*>
•Eg Ist ©58.102 — i Standard '" > 70
Ind Ga* . 13 "- ■ do pref , 70 80
•Jack G Ss.. SS 03 *St J Ga-: r>s.. SO 9"
•X C G ,>.. »<■ I"*) I'StPG c m 65. 10+ 105
•MfW> Ist 6.«1<"'2 — [S L&T5s.;. 87 92
Mutual 150 160 iSt P Gas 5>.". r>s r».t
XT" Ga- 55.. 98 100 - ra G If r,s. 99 1"1
•2CT&ER6s.Kn 105 Is Lt & PHi 70 80
•do eon 5s 93 ioo 1
•A:. ; interest.
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(Resorted by Clinton Gilbert. No. 3 "Wall street.)
Bid-AskM.! . Bid.Asked
AHianro Ry. 115 120 !L. T T <£. T. 259 265
Am isaret: . 214 217 'Lincoln , 130 140
Astor .'... ■■;2<> — 1L1L&T...303 315
Bar.k-r? -■ 820 640 Madison . . 200 206
B■i at G --"'• — Manhattan . . 3T.> < 1)tl
Broadway .. »■". 345 Mercantile .. 700 740
B-o>~k'.yn" • 420 425 ' Metropolitan. 510 620
rariifcie .' . . 110 115 |Mtge Bond. . 113% 115
Cm <£ of A 125 105 Mutual 130 —
Central 1015 1«3» IMnt Alliance. 1." 130
City Tr- <-*' . 63 tSS Nassau 175 IS"
do pref... 103 1« ----- 183 10.*
Citizens' ...12.-- 1% XTI. I & T.112«> 1130
Columbia . - 2SO 255 N TM & ri. 2W 210
Ccm-wealth. 140 l«0 X V Trust-V. 63S <i.-.O
• ■ .rial. 120 130 People's 300
Empire Tr . 500 310 Qu Co Mtge. 110 130
Equitable .- 16." 4721A|Qu€ens C 0... 11"> —
F L <£: T..-l*2o 1650 i Realty Asso.". 120 12"
FLatbush ... 200 210 I Savoy &0 100
Franklin ... — 220 [standard .... WO 410
Fulton ....290 — Title -i &Tr, so0 1 510
FW«mf . ■• 2134 -'■■- II of "• Y. I"7U :':: ' :
Guaranty Tr «oo " 810 :Tr Co of Am 320 330
Guardian .- — 150 j Union IL'75 1300
Hamilton .«0 a iUn States. .. .1 160 119->
"erne Trust 110 115 L' S Oa.« 215 —
Hud Realty. 110 — I V S M & T. . 47. —
Hudson Tr. IT ' 180 UETGAI. — 92V.
Ir.i Bjse '■•>•: 90 100 "^'ashir.gton.. 373 —
Klrjrß C 0... 505 — rnestchester.'. l- r o j«>
Knlckerbock I" 1 "' 3024 W&H T& M 1*55 170
Law Mta 245 -' | Windsor .... 120 130
•N«-w.
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
(Tumisbed by Frederic H. Hatch & Co.. New
York and Boston. 1
STOCK P.
L'Hidend. Hi.!. Asked
American Brass Q-J 5 ISO a
American Chicle. .Mo&l VZ .- L'SO
American Chicle pf Q-J 1 102 103
Am Die' Tel of X J Q-J I ■»:> 51
Am Coal Products U -J «". n4 J>7
American Prew Q-J&Ex 6 0» # 103
American Thread pi J&-I 5 -I A * -li
Am Type Founi deb M&N1926 6 100
Am T yj Found new M* ias9 •■ 80 l"0
A m Type Founders J&.I 4 4' 43
Air Tvwe Found pf I&J 7 '-'7-, 101
Ha- ■■■ - • Wllcox •« •' 7 «S "•"
Barney & Smith pf — 90 100
Bordens cond Milk P« %Eji — 12:: 12.".
Bordens Cond Milk pf-.Q-il »> 106 10s
Buan Terminal lon — Xi 8?;
Central Fireworks ■ — — ! 5
Central Fireworks pi — '•<> •'<"
Conn Ky a- Us;l-.t Q-F 4 74 TV
Cellillold Q-JAEx— 128 . 133
E I i'-u J' de Nemours. .. Q-ii - 143 150
KlduP dl ■ '-'■■ pf. - - -<j-J ■"• h24 W>
Empire Steel * Iron .. . . . — 12 IS
Empire Steel & Iron r-f - - — f.5 63
Hail Signal '■■'■■ — -■• «0
HerrinK-Hall-Marvl.T — :ii 4i>
Intf-rnatiunal Nickel.. — — — 143 US
International Nickel P^Q-P 6 30 03
International Silver . . . -— _ — _ «0 —
International Silver 1-- Q J 4 107 112
Kirby Lumber... - _- 10 15
Kirbv Lumber pr — J3 43
K'jiS« Co El i P Q-M 8 122 123
Nat Cash Register pf...J A J 7 12a 127
Vlles i-,-. : - nJ P .: <*:- J 7 128 --
NJl«s-I^»>enl- I' pf «-M 8 ■'• 103
6tls Elevaion.. ; Q-F rt 4< 52
Otis E : «-vator pf O-J '• '.>* :t '
Old r Dominion Ji S J&J « I<M 1115
v«, ■<"■ Gas & 531 — '' 9 7—
F^ Gas &El Vt Q J « 87 S3
j'o^e ManufactunnK _ B6 SSJ
■ v
Prttt k V.-hitney pf Q-F ij io:> ],„-,
Royal Bak powder pf . . . - Q-M <| 106 JtW
?7eiy CH & L Q-M-Ex 8 137H IS»H
liSSen «>.'-'•' U«
Standard Coupler — a.'»
IJantorf SUMtairCopft a&O 3 47 W
" 47
•rSSi* Pacific Coaj bcrlp -, .... 3t»
Tr*ntcn Pott.-ries^ __ 4 7
SI

l^ion Carbide -— -- 101 lot
l-nton Ferry Q-J 2 ;;■!
: p^riterl S tV:.7i ( r s &
-
SSSd Bank Nute .....C>-1 4 4>
1-2 ted lan Note pf Q-J .-, M M
tig rinl»Wns coo> <M " lO>J 111
i- < Finishing lR»- JAJIOI9 5 li) 0 ior,
{- q FlnUWns cons -»&J IUSB -^ !».' : J.»O
I g Hotoi ■ if}
VlrVintan «•»•— y ;:;;;~r~ .: H? S
Kaat i'-cnK -:•■••■■•-= z 1 ,1
Power pf - « 68
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
(Farni,h,d b r & C °' **
ill fen***** '
Bid Asked.! , Bid. Asked.
Alb ft FU1....255 300 Manhattan ••■"» ur.
in, r, t-» rs 75 MS" 811 >r. ..ijh 14U
Alle-% V 137 US MH& 8 H -l-<> 125
tin **- r "<* S3 Mobile &Bpf 66 7 s
v/A ' •-„ ISS M*O stlc t eft 78 83
BwhOwk S « *crrl» * E*.KB 183
Bo't & PTo^ 205 M«sh & L0w.213 -
Ca-«lV-,fM" I? 1 ST «« TW.WI
do-Mpf 112 IM Ni« th Aye....140 1*)
C, &Sus""lH 2- North Car.... ISO MO
C Cro«3t£ro — « trth ' N n >- 13r > 1«
I*l alia * v:^ry.m g
co' * v an* 2» 'pat* Ha.l Ins _
cone &m::: leo 'TO Pat & Ram.. 185 —
rrn, 5 P 17*> — p«u« \ alley. 129 144
c" PRnilK H2 I'eo &15 Vy .175 190
Conn Ri.'r... - 76 pB *1. E.. 61 70
d Dref '7S S2 I do pref 12«) 140
Dayton &M' ** — PFtTV & C.MI 170
I M R-k 19" 2°° d " 8?ecia1..135 170
Eet H& S M 9S p MeK & V.120 123
Sit Perm ' 128 13S Prov & W0re. 260 270
Elchtri Ave'Wi — ißens & Sara. 100 200
E-'-akw"'" HO RAGVT....IU -
Sonet 142 152 Rome & C....120
Kri <■ Kal.l2B* 23-J RW & 0g...U9 123 ■/
Er & Pltts.l3.'. 145 But & Wh...135 145 \
ri'chVff p f..126 132 Sara & Sch... 108 —
FW & J pf-130 137% Second Aye... 7 20 \
4"d at«-G«SF 2 "° ?haron Ry 110 123\
Franklin T ' 5.% 43 Sixth Aye.... 105 ISO I
GRUiBCo>i5 2«0 So &At T*l.. 87 *«J
( : a «tk T I*2 no southw or g.103 .'no/
Gr Riv Vv:.llS 125 St U B Ist pf .120 I*
Ha-t & C'W 40 4« do M pref.. 50 59
H^rpford S3 92 St .1 & -So 8.. 83 —
JoHet & Ch. MB 170 r.VJ HP. & C.2*> 143
KT&a ii 138 150 Upper C 005.. .123 —
iraiAMotM 75 73 C& B Riv.. 167 170
KCSllclpr.l3o 140 UC&SVy..I« ISO
i c« M lolaeo 325 neb * b 73 74
V. I MKpf'KO 170 Vy of X T...117 123
ISNRtC 12 120 Vt & Ma55... 1ß.» 170
MC»IKPUOI 103 Warren 170 172
Mar. & Law. 2ls 223 !
BANK STOCKS.
! (Reported by cantor. Gilbert, No. 2 Wall street.)
' Bld.As-ked.l Bid. Asked.
Vmt-'-a ...BBS 885 Irvine N E.. 200 210
Am Exch... 280 — Jefferson .... — MH
Auddbcn N. 115 125 Liberty 575 —
.-Etna Nat.. 175 ISO Lincoln v --- 400 42.,
, !:•• nx Bor SCO — Mar.hat C 0... W6 330
Bronx Nat 200 206 Mkt & Ful... 2.V2U. -"
Battery Pk! 122% - Metropolis .- WO 410
1 Bowery .... 375 — Mech &M N. 24.» -43
Butch & D.. 138 145 Mercantile .. 350 ISO
Lrvant Pk.. 188 1« Metropolitan. 202 206
Coal &I N. 133 168 Merchants'-.. 179 I§l
Centura . 170 175 Merchants' E 160 1.0
Chase ■- - 430 450 Mount Morris 250 260
Chatham ... 310 330 Mutual 285 205
Chemical ... 425 430 Nassau -40 — .
Clt Cent N. ISO 1">" Nat Reserve. 100 —
City 880 SB3 I New Neth'l'd 210 220
Chelsea Ex! 200 - NT N B A.. 315 328
Commerce. .. 209 202 N V County. MO —
colonial .... tOO — 10th Ward... 230 26A
! Columbia . . — 40T. | Night & Day. 22.> 230
! Corn E*ch.. 310 .sir, Northern N.. — 106
East River.. 115 125 Pacific 230 240
Fidelity .... 16T> 175 »Park «0 SB
First Nat... HO — People's •••--£» 259
Fifth Nat . 300 350 j Phenix 180 - "')
I Fifth Aye... MOO 42.^) Plaza «25 —
Fourth Nat. 196 196 Produce Ex.. 162 —
34th Street.. 150 150 Sherman .... lj^ —
i Gallatin ... --"< 332 Seabcard 400 —
i Garfleld --'/.:.- 290 500 Second 400 423
German-Am. 140 150 ; State ....... 275 29<)
German Ex. 4-.-, BOG 12th Ward... — 140
Germania .. 560 56H 23d Ward. ... 140 —
Greenwich . 255 265 '; Union Ex I.2}* —
Gotham Nat 150 — I Wash Hts. .. 275 —
Hanover ... 610 620 ! West Side... 650 —
In.;- i Tr. . . 550 565 | Yorkville .... 500 —
•New stock.
INSURANCE STOCKS.
(Furnished by E. S. Bailey. No. 66 Broadway.)
FIRE COMPANIES.
Aprs.
an- When
nual pay- , — Price. — ,
■"ompany. Capital. div"d. able. Bid. Asked.
City of NY . 5500.000 10 Q — 205
Commonwealth.. 500.000 10 J&J 326 —
Continental 2.000,000 40 j&.t 1025 1075
Empire City.... 200,000 S J&J 125 —
F-Phenix.2.soo.ooo • * 290 300
German Alliance 400.000 16 J&J 275 M
German-Am . .. .1.500.000 30 J&.i 560 s£o
Gcrmania l$50)-l,000.000 IS J&.T 285 295
Glenn Falls (slOl 200,000 30 J&J l"-2."i —
Clot* & Rutgers 400.000 40 Q 47.". 1500
j Hanover (550).. 1.000,000 15 J&J 200 210
Home .. . .3,000, 000 30 J&J t»4O KM)
Nassau C 550)..!. 200 00<) 10 .I& J«5 175
Niagara fSBO).. .1.0007008 20 J&J 300 303
Nor' h River 1 v •;. 350.000 10 A&O 155 1«3
'Pacific f525>.... 200.000 14 .fA.T ISS —
! Peter wper(s2o) 160,000 « J&J 90 106
iStuyve-ant ... 400.000 10 J&J 155 180
Ink States (525) 250,000 • • 80 70
WeatcWtcr(slo) 300.000 40 F&A 40.. —
Wbur Clty(soo> 250.000 20 J&J 3SO 400
LIFE COMPANIES.
■Stna Life 2.000,000 16 Q 650 660
Conn General... 300.000 6 J&.T 260 —
Equitable ICO.OOO 7 A — 4,000
Germanla 2C0.000 12 J&J 210 C 25
Hartford Life... 500.000 10 iS ISO —
Home 123.000 12 M&N 275 —
Manhattan Life. 100,000 1^ O&P 400 423
M'politan 2.000,000 7 HAN 155 175
Prudential <$50):2.000.000 10 Q >'■• 500
T-av Hartford.. 2.ooo.ooo 20 Q B«0 —
Unit States Life »4.000 7 J&J 50 103
CASUALTY COMPANIES.
C^^o^ioM ; J*J 3 20 200
•. [100.000 -i J*J l- n :- r 'O
Fic-elirv & Ca5..1.000.01X» 1* J&J *50 .'.OO
, : --, r ; r .j 6 E .I^ooo.ooo 10 .i.v.i 2", 263
;jt,. (-asualty 200.000 10 J&J 185 —
vv p 0^(550)! iOO 000 1« J&J 800 -
V S Casualty... 500.000 10 Q 200 223.

•No information.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS.
(Furnished by Charles D. Barney & Co-, No. 23
Kroad street. sew York, and No. 122 South
4th street. Philadelphia.)
Bid.Aeked.! Bid.AsV-d.
Am Cement. 23 24 Lehigh Nay.. ftS^a 97 ;
Mb Ry Co.. 42^ 4,1 | Leh Val R RM% 04%
Camb StefiK 43%, 41 | phila Co . 45 46
rTrcf N J i"2 "•'• ' prefJ.:; 41 42
El Ptor Bat. 48% *» i Perm R R '"0" 0 55 OBH
El Co of A. Hi 11% Perm Steel pf.104 1"7 ,
ra'rm't -r- •> 7 ! Phila Eleo Co 16 16 -*
Gtiii ' \«r'nalt -.2 - 3 33 !Pi lla Rap Tr 18« 18%
do "pref... ~* 1 ? TO Smokeless P. 13 17
tCoc^ N V 19 7s7 s 20 j T.'n Tracften. 43-* 44
I^ke 5 Corp 27 2T% ■"- Gas Imp., 86U 86%
da rref... 55 57 i Welsba< b Co. 40 41
BOND?.
R Clmv or 03 5*5 j Phila Elec 4s 73J4 7*5
El^iPeo .. SS« gs^ do Sa ■ 101 h 1«2
N J Con 5>.103U !*>* I Phila Co bs '■' * 88
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Th* following shows yesterday's dosing
quotations for government bornis, com
pared with • ■ lay's:
f-yor. 22.-- 1— Nov. _3.— >
Bid Asked. Bid. Asked,
r- s 2s re' W3O . - .100*4 101 11 ' H '"* 101
T-: F. is! coupon, ll)3O...100?4 101 100% V' l ,,
i: ? 3.-= rep.. 101S 101% 102% lOl^i 1O2»4
r S 3s" coupon. 191«... 101*4 102 -a lOHi 102 -i
V. I .. rep.t 1023 .^,...11^. 115% USU 116
Pa^m^^S- 1 : 192S .!!"''. - IK. - ~
l2 s. res i" :frt \™)*
raria.i* 2s. reg.. 1 80S. V; 100 — 100' i -
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago Nov 23.— Dwindling estimates of the
exportable Burplus save tho wheft
market, a char.re to advance to-day. Fully
i 7<x) ihki acres v.rre said to be serious im-
Dalred a 1 lTt re proportion lost t^yond rrcovery.
to*cmi»e(iu«ice W Close here was th« same
a- laßttnlirnl to !i®%c hlsb«r. ■ 'orn. too, nr.
?"hel"ie^" up. ami oa.s. likewise. K. to U«
S.c In nrm-leiona last tales lei quotations v.v.
r TL an ~.-ri to 74c lower. There was a lar> tradn
in vh»at 4,t"the penlng sentiment was bearish
on reportssthat rain threatened to break the
drouth In. South Arpontine Later cables «are a
different snowing »nd lift^i value^ to the hish
Solntsreached a *«** ago. A well known au-
thoritv went '>n record with the lowest catl
•MteTvetVa* to the -,;...;• export surplus In
Ars-ntina--«2.oOO,«'tH"> bushels. In view of th«
holldaj. tomorrow, shorts became especially un
easy and covered on a targe scale. Further
around for" fear ..... tlu- fact thai numerous
comnlalnts w«re eomlnß in about .Iry weather
in the winter wheat bJlt Southwest, particularly
Kan-a« ;ind Oklahoma. The tension waa some
whatlrellevadJbr leading tongs selllna; at tines
and causing some rc-acticn from top n ure .
Rang* of pric-e£. Yester-
Whoat: Open. High- Low-. Clese d .^';.
ar;«" r ■ „t S' X ;»•; ■•-. .
Sg,-»:::: & «-. « » ri.
: ,::-; :■: i 88% M
sS»-.' ■ a, 'A ss SSS as
Ju!y '.!'.'.!". 47 1 4S a 47% 47:1 "
gSSiier MHM H ■.:.;.■' »J* :„ -'
j u iy C 3% ■** SS% 34 33 7 ,
. bj '. ;- 0 T7 ■ M
May-?.-..";." a 53 05j 'J 45 ,',.. »50
h^:. „--, ■. •:. »02 »08 012
iia v . . .*.' " ay- Ka - 882 sB2 189
Janua!?r 17 27 17 27 17 07 17 15 i«»
LONDON WOOL AUCTIONS.
Lordon N'ov 2.1.— A larßS nurnt»«r of buycta
atxerSad Uio fining of ih« sixth serie, o t wool
Sf,SS tUiay. The offartaM aniouiutd 10
15 Ks'bahw. Competition was animated between
hotn« and Conttnental rejjreaenLatlvea. irons
re?!- S nrartica-liy .ncfcaWKl but poor qual
ti-sruir , In I,U> ->■:=' favor. Cape of Good Hops
a ,-7f J£ul "ffVrrngs rung^d from in ban«s« to
5, U c'it owcr. Sale.; follow: ild. south
VValea 1 l)«u> Iml.-s: ■..■, l ured. llQll lid; gtemT.
rtirttfi, •' d Vfueensian.l, 5.300 balw; s,-uur«d.
, ! r^ ' ..I^Vurf; greaiy. «^di»l« Id. Victoria.
Mr. "[s£■ —•ottred. I«:»d01«Gd; «rea«y. <= d an
nit 4."" Australia. 700 b«!"«: Wonrwj.
L- -^'«n'i crUsy. 7'adCts. N>* Zealand.' Boo
l4^ creasy r. s ;«*l')?»d. Cape or <J*od Hope
■aie*. scoured, U6d«l»10d:
grcav. OVitilO^ad. '"'" '— — - ■
THE MARKETS
TOTAL DOMESTIC RECEIPTS.
: r ■ New York. November 23. Sett .
B-ans. ba« 2. 446 Grapes (Csi), crt« 3.72.>
Flour, bbU 2.5351 Prunes (Cal>. pk*n 5,550
Flour, ascks .. 27.007 Raisins Call, pkgs 3.410
E'wh't Oobt, pkits 100 Apples, bbls ' • :-': -'
V'ornmeal, bbis . 251 Potatoe?. bbli».. .- 24.12->
Cornmeal, h,i?i. . 3.<V»!> Onions, bbls 2,425
Hominy, pkgs. . 2W Cranberries. pkKs 3.415
Oatmeal, hbl»... 2tXl Dried fruit, pkgs. SJM
Wheat, b0ah....138.0ni» Resin, bbts S* l ** s
c-rr. bu.«h 1.123 i Spirits furp. *> bI *- W»
Oats, bush 65,575 Tar. bbls *"
Peas, bush l.«WoiSu«ar bbls *T«>
Barley, bush.... 47.27 T. bags • 13.7*3
Malt, bush 22.*00 Mo'.asjpes. bbls 2.123
Rice, pkts 10.615 Oilcake. pkss.. 4,«»49
Ha-., tons 000 Oleo stock, pk?s.. -•"«
Straw, tons 40! Peanuts, bags. .. . 1.155
Mlilfeed!. tons... 231 Pecans, pkgs - '**
Grass seed, bat;s l.fill | Tobacco. hhd« .. . 2SK)
Hops. bale*...* 21<5| Tobacco, tierces.. 5
Ham-, pkgs SO Tobacco, pksrs ■ • 1.285
Bacon, pk^s... . 115 Whiskey, bbis 227
Cut mm pkss 1.018! Wool, bales SO
Lard, tierces MOJWoot, sacks 150
Lard, Icesa IMB Istle. bales 127
Lard, cases l"0| Cotton, bales 7.415
Grea.", pkjrs .. . . 125 Copper, pieces 4.315
Butter, pkgs K.BCS Cop matte, bass. I.2G<>
Cheese, pkgs 2.752 : Spelter, slabs 3.400
E^gs. cases Hi.ies, bales 115
Df poultry. pk«» 10.t>5G Hides, bdls MM
Live poultry, crts 3.67." ; Skins, bales 101
Oranges (Fla). cs 12.21s | Moss, bales 45
Oranges (Cal), cs Wine 'Call. bbls.. 400
lemons (Cal). cs 321 1 Brandy (Cal). bbis 135
{ "X CASH QUOTATIONS,
lh-on. No 1 N fy.sl6 00 [Cotton, middling. 14.9&
Steel rails....". 28 00 [CoGee. No 7 Rio 13.00
Stand cop, spot. 12..">7^ i Sugar, gran 4.60
Tin 3«5>7 : 2 , Molasses, OK pr 38.
Exchange lead.. 4.5»> Beef, family 510 30
fcpejter 5.00 | Beef hams 23 75
Wheat, No 2 red »7 T -i ' Tallow, prime... 7%
•Cam, No 2 .. ."2 L * Pork, mess $19 50
Oats, st white.. 37 * Hogs. dr. 160 ft 11.00
Flour, Mpls pats $3 43 . Lard, Mid West. 10.20
•Fob afloat.
EXPORTS.
Wheat, bush 0.C&4 Pork, bbls I*s
Corn, bush 4.670 Beef, bbis 343
Oats, bush 10.735 Beef, tierces 76
Peas, bush :Vi<> Bacons. It) 9.430
Beans, bush 1.014! Hams, Ib 61.H00
Flour, bbls 1.286; Lard It) 287.050
Flour, sacks 12 157 Tallow. Ib 73,200
Cornmeai. obis. . 1.257 Grease, Ib 75,600
Feed, rb 11. 100 Butter, rb 500
Hay. bales 100 Cheese, !t> 3.000
Whiskey, gala... 2CO \ Cottons' d oil. gals 15. 450
Oilmeai, n> 7,000 Lub oil, gals 419.080
Oilcake, rb 33,000 ; Cotton, bales 600
GENERAL MARKET REPORT.
New York, Nor. 23, 1910.
GRAIN — — After a sharp movement
both ways closed net unchanged to Vie higher.
Early cables were disappointing, with reports
of active liquidation abroad, and prices here
were &9ftc lower, with considerable un
loading on the part of recent buyers. Later
cables from Argentina were bearish. The
milling industry was dull, with mills ham
pered both by the lack of new business and
shipping instructions on old business, as well
as by the low water. "The Northwestern
Miller" reported the flour output at Minne
apolis. Duluth and Milwaukee last week at
044,t;30 barrels, compared with 304,100 the
previous week and 468,820 last year. No. 2
re! wheat was quoted at OSrgc. elevator, and
07 7 . c. 1". o. b.. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth,
Si.lS'i. f. o. b., afloat. CORN — early,
! but prices rallied sharply or. a rumor that
FRinee had removed the Import duty on corn.
and at the close prices were *» .t* %c net
higher. No. 2 corn here. 52^c. f. o. b.. afloat,
to arrive. OATS — Prices, after declining
early, at the close were ', @Uc hleher. Cash
oats closed: Standard -white. 3T^c; No. 2,
88c; No. 3, 37c; No. 4. 36^?- RYE — Firm;
No. 2, Western. SGc, nominal, f. o. b.. New
York. BARLEY — Firm: malting, [email protected], c.
1. f.. Buffalo. BUCKWHEAT— Steady: Amer
ican. tlOc. c. i. f., New York; Canadian, 33c,
c. i. f.. New York, for export.
NEW YORK PRICES.
Yester-
Wheat: Open. High. Low. Close, day.
i December... 07% 9S?t> f*7 l 98* i 98%
May 51 fHS $1 04»i SI 03 >i SI 04 % $1 O4H
I July — — — 101»» 101H
j Corn:
I December... 54 1 * .">4'-4 54 54 53
I May r.4?» 54% 34 % ."^*i 53* i
Oats:
November.. 37 : i 37% 37 ?» 37 36* i
December... — — — 37'ti 3ri a i
May — — — 39*, 3»«,
July — — — 30 l 39
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
"Wheat. Corn. Oats.
! To-day 675.000 OHS.OOO 4'."0.<100
j Last week 588,000 404.000 4SS.OOU
; Last year *-ti<j.<>o<> 44G.000 419,000
SEABOARD CLEARANCES.
Flour. Wheat. Corn.
! To-day 25,01*> 210,000 154.066
Last week 7.000 77,0<h>
Last year . . 27.000 181.000 :»,000
COTTON" — Firm, and sold into new high
ground for the month on an active demand from
i strong interests. Th<* closinir tone was barely
■ steady at a n<»t advance of 3®ll points, but last
■ prices were very close to the highest, and after
' the. official close private sales were reported even
with the highest point of the day. Southern spot
■ markets were 1-1803-1& C higher, although early
cables from Liverpool had claimed that the
South was offering cotton fn»ely there. The an
nual canvass ,>f New York Cotton Exchange
members with reference to the size of the crop
was published before the opening to-day, th»s
result being 170 individual estimates ranging
j fr m 10,600,000 to 13.000.000 bales and averaging
: 11.927.000 bales. To-morrow will be a holiday In
' the American markets, but Liverpool will be
! open for business as usual. Local contract prices;
Tester-
Open. High. Low. rios«. day.
November — — — [email protected] 14.3S
! December. 14.<5."5 14.71 14. «2 14.69914.76 14.65
January.:. 14.67 14.74 14.C2 [email protected] 14.W
February- — — 14.77014-79 14.74
i March 14.81 14.05 14.79 14.&[email protected] 14.54
i April — — — 14.9»©15.01 14.00
i May ... 14.9*3 15.10 14.04 16.08© 15. 10 14.9S
i June . . — — — 1.-..045j10,06 14.33
July H»i 13.06 14.53 13. 04© 15.06 14-63
August... 14.51 14.65 14.51 14.6- > 'g-14.64 14.51
Spot quiet, with prices 10 points higher, at
' 14.l»r>c for middling upland and 15.20 c for mid
'Hng Gulf No sales. Liverpool cables: Spot
quiet ; sales. 8,000 tales; speculation and ex
port, ' 300; Am-rican. 5.000; import!. 17.000;
I American 13.000; middling upland, sd. Fut
ure? opened steatly at ! >«" points advance;
closed very steady. 10§ ll*i points higher: No
vember 7 w.-, •--.-;. November-December. 7 7(5'-2d.
December-January. 7.76 d; Januarr-Febnian".
7 77 1 -d- February- March. 7-7! M: March-April,
7 ./,•:.-;■ \.pril-May. T.Sid; May-June. 7.82 d.
June-July, 7 •'•'!. July-August, 7.75-1, August-
September. 7.34 d.
COFFFE— Bulls r.-er- <i«m"ra!:r"i for a
time by a rumor of a revolution in Brazil. Later
reports wer« that the disturbance was nothing
more thin E(mw I subordination on several of
.-..„ Brazilian warships. Th» news, however,
caused liquidation, as well as h~'i«<- s<"l]ins? by
operators trho own <-offee. either here or in trans
portation, and prices wen weak during t.he
mominc. at one time showing the loss of 14 to •
"7 points from the previous close. Th- volume,
of trading was th- largest for many months, i
amounting to 201.500 batrs. At the close the |
market was steady at a. sharp advance from the
lnT of the. day at net unchanged to 10 points
lower. Europe was also Influenced by the re- ;
ports. llavr« closing at a net decline of lVf?2
francs, while Hamburg closed at. I'-j pfennig
Im-pr. Cost and freight offers from Brazil wer»»
firm ,■■ 1 the official cable report-ed the Rio
market 7."> rets hieher and Santos unchanged.
Sr'" mi nervous and the tone was barely steady;
Bo No - (noted at ■'■:'•",'. and 13% for Santos
4«. Leal contract prices:
Vaster-
Open. High. Low. Close .lay.
November .10.40 10.40 «0.40 10.40©K»43 10.40 ;
December .1'>.4.-. 10.45 10.2S 3O.4'>gli''.4."'. 10.40 1
Jsnuarv 10.33 10-30 10.23 10^[email protected] 10.40,
1 Whrurtr- . — — — 10.80© 10.85 10.3S
Marcb .;v. 10.33 10.35 10.18 10.31010.3S 10.33
April — — 10.31#10.32 10.35
Jfa; 10.33 10.35 IOCS 10.31*10.32 10.38
Juno — — — [email protected] 10.35
July 10.31 10.31 10.14 !0.2u#10.27 10.33
August ... — — — 1t».22an0 16130
■September. .10.23 10.25 ift.io 111.1n9iD.2n 10.24
October ...10.10 10.10 10.10 10.10610.15 l'> 17
I l.oi'R ANT> .IIEAI^. — Flour vrs.fi inactive,
but there was a little tinner tone noted, and |
buyers seemed more disposed to pay old prices. ■
Fprin? parer.ts. $."• -jr. „-s.■", 1.,, winter straights.
54 -jii'.i.ct 40: winter patents. $4 »*>g;s4 f«); »prtng I
dears, $4 . -. 5* .'..". extra No 1 winter. *■') '•'•-.! i
<.'{>*<>• extra N<> - winter. naSOftaO: Kansas
.-traighta, <- • 70&54 85, RYE rU>TTR —
Fair to good. $4'fjs4 23; choice to fancy. 94 259
$4 45 BUCKWHEAT FLOUR -S2 25 D»r Km rb.
rOK.VMEAL Steady Kiln dried S3 BSetSM
BAG MEAL — Fine white and yellow. *1 l."»vrsl 20
coarse $1 111**-*! 15. FEED— Western sprinc,
£■'", ",i.,: 5"4 ..." standard middling. *2," •*>«»; flour
do :<•••- red den 12860 city bran. $33 bulk;!
J"4 60 sacks; middllns;, 935 83&S9V; red •!•>»?. *:«'.
fioniin>- I'hop 523 50 bulk: *2» 70 sacks; oilmeal,
$3.'- r.i>fis3rt.
SUGAR — Refined steady to firm, and prices
seemed to be well maintained on the basis of
4 <iOo net. leas 1 per rent cash, for standard ,
granulated. London beet sugar ruled steady but
quirt and prices were unchanged. November
stood at Of: May.. »■ 3^id. Raw here steady
ar.d unchanged and without business. Spot prices:
Centrifugal, M test, &B0c; muscovado, SO test,
3 ;r>. molasses sugar. 89 test. I6e. According ■
to WUl«tt >'- Gray, the movement of sugar at
th^ ?"ur Cnlted States ports, figures In tons. t»
as -follows: F.ecelpts for the week, 27.048 tons, ■
against 9.H7S the previous wtjck and U.t>.4 lant !
rt-ar; meltings. 25,000. against 2r.,0X» and 2.V0OO; ;
steck. 103,707, compared with 101.601 and 107.221. j
KICK — Stfiady. with a fairly good demand
at unchanged Ices
PROVISIONS' — Steady early, hut late In th«
day valucu •:•• lined sharply- POT?fC — Baraly
Steady. Mess. SIU s*»: family. *:£! s>.*r*:i3; short '
, ••,-»:•' f2l#rg-2 OJ. BEEF— Mess. *13«?*14. f.im
ih. Jl!'??^); paclist. $lEW!sir> ,">ft; India
mesa $."><> '.itffi'M. BEKF HAMS — Quiet; 524 50 .
*rs27. DriESSEU HOOB— Steady. Bacons. !o%c;
180 Tb. 10%e: ;••' It. lie: 11" TT.. lie; pi| itVic.
CUT MEATS — Pickled belliea bartilv steady; 10
Kb l'i'-sf: 12 n>. 1T..-: 14 tt». It;,- l't.-!,i .t muni
Quiet !::■!-.,• TALlX>W— Easy; city, TV 1 ;
rountrj'. 7%©Be LAUD— Weak: Middle. West.
in l.Ttilo I'ftiv. city easier; ■■ - •••• »■•. refined,
Houtli America, IS Continent 10.»0e; Brazil
kesa, T^ 1 '- i"nnip*)und steady: S'iig'.k 1 . Stearin* '■
Quiet- oleo. 10c: city !ard. 12V4c
MKTALS — rOPPKK — Standard steady: sr>ot
and November. 12 ;">OMI2 «.V; December. 12.«(nl»
12.70**; January. 12.7<>ift 12.H1c: Februarj'. 1-77 -■■
*.U2.S7'ic London ■"■■• coot. -.:>' 12« ad;
futures, C 8 113 M. Las* copper. 13©13.25 c
electrolytic, 12.ii7 l iCl3c: ca«J_inir. 12.304 !-. ::■•■
TlN— Firm but quiet; spot. 38;7™t5T e: Nov-rnber.
3« 7f 1 «-3fl.! i sc- December 3lS.rt2Vitr3<l.7r>.-: January,
M 62H03Q and Febrnan. -3«i. 00^38. 77 1 -;'-.
tyip.inn flrra; spot. £1«7 ISs futures. tl«7 17.-, ad
LF\l>— S*t£ady 4.435i-5.V ' •■*■ York; 4.30®
4 4.V F-ast St' Louis: London. £13 "s m SPEL
TER—NominaI: 5.834H83C New York: 5.?0«t5.fi0c
r»«l Bt I/>ui«: I-ondon. '-'» Si «W. IIION-
»-i.'v^land warrants. 40a •'-■ in L.-,ndon: loraUy
fitfad'-; No 1 foundry. Northern, ttn 1 Southern
»nd Ni> 1 Southern. »oft Sir. 7"1:?lfl 23; No 2
foiin.lrv. N rthern $15 50«*in
MOLASSES AM) S\i:UPS_gtea,iy. with I
fairly rood 'l-»man-i
>'AVAL> BTOUKS— Spirits 'uri.tn'.ne steady j
but T2l°t and rrlthout important ■:hanz i> In
!":■•»"• R«sin steady and unchanged. Tar firm.
but bu»in«s9 wag slack and prices uncban^a-
OILS— No chanso in Uns-eJ oil- Rrflned
petroleum steady at recent prices.
i OTTOV»F.ri» — Firmar. and prices at
th<* dan were s<ei2 points n«t higher. For
eign operators !.«->m»<l willing to buy oil at or
around th<» 7c l«-.<»!, and porn*" Ko^'i *a!»» hav^
b<»"n made covencp shipments to both th«
United Kinjfilom and Northern and Southern
Bump*. Crude was firmer, with better demand
from K>apniak<>rz. Loral contract prices:
Tester-
Open. High. Low. Close, day.
spot - -- — -•;---• •;■"*
November 7.00 7.10 7.0« 7.08*7.11 «.!>*
December 7.03 7"7 7.0H 7.1««|7.06 7.0»)
January 7.t«,. 7.1.1 7.W 7.12'i|7.14 7.iK-
February — — — 7.1.V47.1& ".«►
March 7.20 7.27 7.211 7.25©7.2« 7.15
May 7.33 7.3-- 7.34 7.3.V»i7.57 7.27
July 7.4* 7.4* 7.45 7 •■"-■• 7.3«
COUNTRY PRODUCE MARKETS-
Xiv York. November -•'*. IVIO.
BEANS A>i> PEAS — Receipts, 2.U17 bags ■
: h'-aiis. Moderate demand for state marrow.' |
| but the price of choice stock, has settled to '•
52 55. Medium extremely dull. Pea steady.
I White kidney scarce. Red kidney steady, with j
i fair trading. rfcotch peas in seller!"' favor.
■ BEANS, marrow, choice, bushel. $2 39; ■••■ ,
1 ium. '*2 25: pea. $2 3--.; fair to good. 82 -»«
I $2 30: Imports pea, $2 lOiis2 2O; medium. »3 I
i ©*2iO: red kidney, $. - >$2 85; white kid
ney. |3 15©|3 20. yellow eye.- $2 i:.S*- -"•
black turtlf soup. $3; lima, California. *.>H>W
13 28; TEAS, Scotch bags, busnel. t- 70.
BITTER— 6.503 pkgs. Buyers of
[ fancy ruck paid about late prices, but ther« |
i wa» no general demand, and in dM afternoon i
trading seemed dull. Feeling about steady
on high frrade table butter, both fresh and ,
held, but market irregular and easy^ for other
qualities. Creamery, specials, lb. jIHMJ-c.
extras. SO^c: firsts, 27Vi«-*Oc; seconds. —
2«% c; thirds. [email protected]:4Vic: held, specials. SIM
SlV»c; extras. aO'i,-3OVaC; firsts. 27©Z»c; sec
onds. 23®26Hc: State dairy tuba, tineot. We
good to priir.tr. 2T029c; common to fair. Z4«
26c; process, specials. 28^s®27c; extras, »fi
M%e; firsts, 25925^»c; seconds. 2tc; imita
tion creamery, first*. 24%©25% c; factory. ■
June make, firsts. :!4®:«Hc: current make,
firais, IMVzc: seconds. 22^sB-'3c; thirds, - . ■>
122 c;1 22c; packing stocli. June make, 2.5 c: current
I make. .No 2, Sll»a>X!e; No 3, 39#21c
CHE£SE— Receipts. i.7*2 boxes. Firm hold-
I Ing or high grade whr>le milk cheeae. but quiet
l trade. In mom quarters current receipts are [
I offfrlns at 12©14 c, without attracting BWCO
! interest, and better cured October went at
i 14VbC, and occasionally higher, though bus.
' nesii at theae n»rurrs light. Skims quiet.
j State, whole milk, September Quality, specials.
: 15*4 @17c; fancy colored. I3*c: white, ! "'*
' g:ls--o; cho nf, 145. i^t: early October qual
| ity, line. 14 I «®l4Uc: current make, fair MC
common. 13^13'ic: skims. August- S^piemher
! qualify, 12®13c: fresh average fancy. 110
: liv^c: line, 10 !04c; fair to good, 7tv9Vsc;
I common. 4 1 ,[email protected]: hard skims, '■i'Ot'-i'rtC.
EGOS — Receipts, 6.709 cases. Fin© to fancy
fresh, containing a good to large proportion
of new laid, held steady, but there are few
such. Fair to good average qualities of cur
rent collection move slowly, and there is soim
accumulation, for which values are siiphtly
in buyer's favor. Refrigerator egga fre««y
offered, with moderate demand. State, Penn
sylvania and nearby, hennery whites, fancy.
[email protected]; ordinary to fine. ti&Wc; gathered.
t" ■ 48c; held, ZSy/ZZc. hennery browns. fancy.
! 42'u*oc. gathered. 33©4i-'c; fair to good. M
O89e; Western gathered whites, 32®4l'c; fresh
■ gathered salected extras. 3a»-'-c: extra firsts,
36^3Sc; firsts. St93Sc; seconds. 2SifSoc: held
1 freah. poor to prime, 24#30e; fresh gather
dirties, No 1. candled, 24®-3c; No -. [email protected];
poorer. 10©21 c; checks, best, 22c; poor to fair.
lSJJirir; refrigerator, special marks, fancy, in
local storage, -o *J6c ; firsts, 24^b923c; sec
onds. "3(g,-4o; seconds to firsts on dock. 22 Vi
©24V-c; thirds and poorer, U#3Se; dirties.
18®2i*c.
— DRIED — A fair lobbing business
I in spot evaporated apples, and quotations rep
! resent jobbing sales very largely, though to
buy in a wholesale way one would have to ;
pay full prices. Little doing in sun-dried.
Chops for future delivery are worth around
4?sc per lb and waste 3&OS%C for wholesale
lots in barrels, delivered here. Nothing new
in small fruits. Apricots firm. ch ,<«
steady. Prunes scarce and firm. APPLES,
evaporated. fancy. 1910. lb. tHi«U%c;
choice. lOy^lO^ic; prime. O'i'&'ft'ic; prime.
1909, Jobbing sale?. 7»i©S%c; common to
fair, cold storage, tf^i&^&c; sun-dried, quar-
I ters, in bags. lb. [email protected]; slices, 4%[email protected]**c;
i RASPBERRIES, ib, 2G^c: CHERRIES, 12 : c.
! HUCKLEBERRIES. [email protected]; APRICOT>.
California. Moorparks. 14®17c: Royals, 1-9 j
i 14c; PEACHES, peeled. lodise; ■■!■■■ SI
i (63c; PRUNES. [email protected]:Uc. » \
FRVITS — FRESH — dull, but held at
late prices for best stock. Pears Bell s.owly.
Grapes in light remaining stock. Cranber
ries quiet, but held steady. Strawberries 10c
' lower. Oranges and grapefruit plenty and
■weak. Pineapples steady. APPLES, Bald
win, double head, bbl, $25 54; Ben Davis,
$2 2."". 53 0o ; Greening. $2 [email protected]; Jonathan.
$3® $5 50; Kins. $;;&s4'.<t; Northern Spy. S:l
: -i *4 ?now, $2'«s4; Twenty-Ounce Pippin. $-
', fas\: York Imperial, S.'> a $4 ."»« > . russet. $2-3)
$3 25; ordinary kinds. $2 ®?3; open head
i bbls. $1 5»W2 50: far Western boxes. SI 9
$2 75: PEARS. Seckel. bb:. [email protected]*>. Beurr«
Bosc. bb! $3 30S$3; Clairgeau. f3®ss;
d'Anjoa ?3gs4 50; Sheldon, [email protected]*3: Kieffer,
■150093; ' hamper, 901175 c; Lawrence, ben.
S2©XSSO; basket, 79c 9 91; GRAPES, west
! era New York. Niagara. 10-basket carrier.
! $1 50093: 4-lb basket. I*i©l7c: Catawba, 13
@14c: black, 10-basket carrier, 5123#5103:
4-lb basket, 14019 c; Concord and white, in
trays, ton. StJofi?«;s: CRANBERRIES Cape
Cod, bbl. S.". [email protected]?S: New York, era:-. Si «o<3
$2; Lon^ Island, bbl, tT2S#SB; Jersey. $„' ?
$5 50; standard, crate. $1 SOS'S 1 SO: New York.
j $1 60: STRAWBERRIES, California, pint. -3
: i»3sc; ORANGES. Florida, box. $1 *r. tan
gerines, strap. $3«54 50: GRAPEFRUIT, box.
$3:iS4.'(i. PINEAPPLES, crate. $l->>Bs-«'>
lIOTS — Market on the Pacific Coast con
' tinues quiet, with an undertone of weakness,
I though growers are not showing: much d:spo«i-
I tlon to urge sales. In this state the balk of
the crop has been bought up. and choice grades
i are firm, but lower strades are somewhat irreg
! ular. Little doing on the local market. =Jate-1J ate
1 10H>. prim- to choice, Ib, SBO3C 1909 i medium
■to good. 17«lc; Pacific Coast. :'•!•■ P rim , c *?
choice, 16-'gl7c; medium to good, 13#loc: lUW.
prime to choice. 10©12 c; medium to good, TJJ
j Hi-- older growths. 4®6c; Germans. 1910. •»'»
[45c.
H\Y AM) «sTRA*V — Market steady on top
: grades of timothy, although offerings are heav
; ier. Medium grades in moderate supply and
i steady. High prade clover and mixed nay firm
! er. Rye 'straw steady. HAT, timothy, prime
! larza bales, 1O«> It>. $132%; No 3 "No 1. ■ I v.<-<*
91 10; shipping. 7'>^7sc; packing. 45JBWK-: clover,
mixed. 70c©31; pure, 7C*^oc: STRAW, i ■.■: - rje.
5O0«Oe; oat and whaat. 4'M'45.-.
POILTRV — Receipts. 26 cars br
I fretglit and about 1 car by express. Receipts
have been heavy, some 89 cars having: been un
loaded since. Monday, and 14 to 15 care more are
expected Trading slow and feeling weak, with
turkeys, <lucks and geese lower. CHICKENS,
express, rb I3©l3^»c; prime. freight. 13Hr;
tV>W'L> -xpre=«. 13-al3 ! -.-: r rirr!». freight. I.T-j- .
CHICKENS and FOWL.-, poor 12 : -; ROOST
ER? 10c; TURKEYS. 14#21c: DUCKS, nearby,
i»>'Sl7i i W»st»rn. 18c; GEESE, nearby. It/7 14' j
Western and Southern. 13c: GUINEA FOWLS,
pair 6Wc PIGEON?, pair. l"0c. DRESSED — Th«
holiday market is ov»r. and has been a. most fa
'-ora.br>* one. R«ceipta of turkeys have been fair
y \,~ . but demand unusually active, and sup
plies cleaned up at firm prices, but many lots
■■til! out. Chickens and fowls In good demand. :
1 though some me-iium weight chickens still urt- I
'■ sold DucV.s acd Bern r.r.t in 'a.ra^ supply ,
fan.->- grades having sol-i readily at firm prices,
though feeling on geo-se a (bade easier at th«
clo!>». TURKEY?. dry-packed. Jeraey Man
land and Delaware fancy. 25530r; Virginia. 2* j
t>2Bc; Perm., C4C27c: Western, dry-picked *»
ie-'ted. oing hens or tnms. 2t;e: Ohio an<l Mion
isan icaldH 2C>-; other Western lW|23c old.
20©24 c: Texas, 23c; frozen. 17#25e: iced, West
ern. -picked. 18#25c scalded. 1*72."..- Ten
ini—in- dry-picked, scalded. S«24c. BROIL
ERS. dry-packed Phila.. fancy -v:sb. pair. 4t>
850 c; fancy, 3 to 4 It) to pair, n>. 23924 c; Fenn..
WC2Oc; W>st»rn, drr-pi*"" milk-frd. K^a>v:
selected, under t tb tj» pair. 17c; Ohio and M ■■■■
igan, scalded. 8 to 5'- 0 to pair, Itsc. CHICK
ENS, reacting. dry-pack»d. Phila.. over 8 n> to
pair, 30V?22c: average run, ISc; Perm., over 3 tt> ;
to pair l<: r s < % - average run. Ij#lli ; "Western. I
ricked, rrUk-f"!. >* to in ft to pan-. 17"» ;
17'sc- ? :•• 7 Tt'. 15914 c; selected. 4 Tb and over,
,'ach. lfio; medium grades. 14©15 c: Ohio and
Michigan, s»l*«t*d, 4 rb and over. 16e: S'-alded.
Rverasre. 14ixir»c; Western, selected. 4 Hi and
over ear-h, 15'oc; average. I4'<ilft<-: Western and
Southern, poor, Ugl3<-; CHICKENS, roiistinir. !
ir-d We.*tarn. dry-picked, lltldl ; Ohio and
Jlichtsan. »eal>M. H^^lA^Western. 14»-ei.">>T-:
Western and Southern, poor, 11913 c FOWLS. |
rln- parked. Western, toxes. 60 It> and over to i
dozen. ISe; 45 to 00 !b, l." : ;^lrtr ; 40 tb and un
d»r iJI4 ! »c: dry picked, axeraji" best, 14»-"Q>
I.V 2- t» "'«. rt>. each. ?3«14c; Ohio and Mich-
Iran scalded. ISr: other U"est*>rr. HiiiJ- '
Southern and Southwestern. I.Ti | 814 1 -.-; West- '
crn and Southern, 11913 c FOWI.S. i. •*.!. W'ip' ,
em <irj- picked, 13H9M^t< Ohio and Michigan,
scalded 14 1-.1 -'. Western. IZIsQUc: Western and
Southern. 11913 c: COCKS old. - |13c; DUOK- 1
LINGt 3 . sprhv. nearby, 20r Western, 12'6t9c;
i r';!:.- 1 -;. aprlnW. Boston, 2tK-, Maryland. i7aW~-. '
Wisconsin, s»tu?Ted. -■::• Western. lOnlSc:
SQUAB? . prime, large. white, dosen. $2 3»>S '
$4 --5- dark. $1 7niiS2: culU. 7,i*t"».'; GUINEA*.
sprint, over 3 ID to pair. sl?jS! '.<' under 5 ID, '
G.->tJS5c.
GAME — Prime large and dry rabbits in lipht ;
supply. and sales higher than quotations.
Leading descriptions of gamebirds have sold
readily at generally firm prices, with <;;».. .
especially scarce and high. QUAIL, dot, $3jJ i
$t> CiROI'SE. domestic, pair. $3; foreign.
v "•'."> ft SI 75; PARTRIDGES, domestic, $?, 50 ,
as 4: WOODCOCK, SI SO ft VI; GOLDEN'
PI OVER. '!<>z. «_> *:■.-.<' ENGLISH!
SNIPE, $2^53: RAII.BIRDS. COe9tl; WILD
DUCKS, canvasback. pair. S2 25053: redhead.
St ."O&J2 30: mallard, $125: blue wing teal.
~".c^sl preen wing teal. 75*r!HKv. broadbill.
50©7"» c: RABBITS, pair, 23933e; Jackrab
bits. •- -if 1 .
POTATOES AND VEGETABLES — Potatoes ■
plenty and weak. Sweets In excessive supply j
Onions Brra. Cabbages steady. Carrots dull.
Celery nlsher. Cauliflowers arm. Cucumbers
scarce. Chicory and escarol higher. E??plants
in light supply. Kale weaker. Spinach higher.
L»-ttuc« lower. Muahroom3 firmer. Pepp« r s i
stva.iy. Pamley steady. Romaine weaker.
Hj.li*iie-< firm. String beans and peas scarce
and high. Tnmaiof* flrrt. POTATOES. 1
Maine bar. ?l40«rlKO: bulk. ISO lbs. $1 .*»•►# !
$- 82 Long Island, bag. $1 M9s2: bulk. I«4> i
lbs $1759f212: state, bag. $14Oaj1 43;
bull* 1*) !>■■» > *' Softsl «2; Jersey, round, bag
Kluft^HfiO: loB». $1 40051 .10: Virginia an.l
other Southern, late crop, bbl, $1 •_•' « 5 1 .17;
SWEET POTATO!* Southern »"-•«*;. Jer
s.v, double head bbl. $1 23fr$2: yellow, baj
kel r.u. aJI ; Drussets epruuts. quart. «®l"s<r;
CARROTS. bbl or baic. 75c©«l 50; 100
bunches. $1f»5123: CABBAGES. L>ar-'»h. ton.
Sfl-ftSil: domestic, $7«J9; red. }2Sa*s2*>;
I'ELFRT. stats and .Jersey. doz. 13»«0<:: :
enf *130S$S; CAI LIFLOWERS. Lon«r :
'■'.anil, short cut. bbt. $2 sft«rsa; long cut. SI
'.-,*•>.%•> CUCUMBER?. Florida. bask«t. $1 s«>
fiV- Boston, hothouse. <lr>z. $1 2">lrsl 73; box,
STrF$3: CHICORY and ESCAROL. New Or
leans ).h! $tno©*2SO: "itat« and Pen::. has- I
Kei 7.%c4»Ji 2r.: EGGPLANTS, nearby. bas
ket' *t»s-V Florida. h«x. $?<&s.*: HORSE
R vbISH l nrt lb". S.*.: KALE. Norfolk, bbl. «■%
.'-",. LIMA BEAN?. B-rmuiia. box. $1:
iTbTTUCK neart-v. basket. .*><"> 7r.<" ; state. 91
©S2- Norfolk. .'.rtcfiSl "''■ Bowton. hothon>»<».
••-box strap. $1 m*i*l 3o: New Orleans, bbt. '
53 557; ba«k«t. $2©52.-.i>: MU^HItOOM.^. hot
house. la ZoftMc; ONIONS, state and West
ern, whit* plc»..-. bushel crate, 75c. other J
wMt* 7,-.c#Sl; 100-I& bn?. $125^1150; yel
1 lew. t4O-lb bag. $1 5035«1 !?7; 100-1& b»g. *l 1^
• 13(1: red. 140-lh bag, J JOtf^t *T: IP'MH
, tair, fl X": tad laur. re 4or yeJlo-". »? : *.
$1 •>»& SI "■»'• PEPPERS. nearby, regular _aoL
*ia«lT". has* -j.-^-. Florida wwr.
S-J&U 7ii B-rmuda. box. '.^: PBAf. riorid*.
basket. »•?**:•' Bermuda. h«H. |3; ft -.• -
KINS. bbl. 75c: PARSLEY. New Orlea*;.
Plain, bbi. $3: --Tirry. »4. Bermuda, bo *1 -•>
«*1 r.O: IiOMAINE. state. ba»k<«r. t.»cttsl --•.
New Orleans. bbL J3«J4; bask-r. .^«»1:
PADISHE?, Norfolk, basket. * l **!„. n<"
house. 10') bur. ■ - ?13Aii$2.-4«: SPINACH.
Norf-.!k. bM. $18$175: tl««*l> EpN-.
Sotith Caroliru*. l>a.ikot. $ie»li>; FtorHa.
sre-n $« SOOSS: wax. »i?!»» i<^«;. Ori-ar>«.
»4??<>7 B»rmui)«. box. 5= .»o*sa.V»: -"HAL
IOTS New Orleans. 100 bunches*. SI •• v ***-.
b'bi. %l. SQCASH. Habbard. bbl. ••^S*'-
Marrow .".»'.■ 7V TT.-RNrPS. ibasn bM.
SO.-ttsl: Long Island and Jersey. .j*-«?'.
white. »M or bar. »1 SSI 33; Bermuda. •£*•£
box —,•??:•>..• TOiTATOES, ■aartar. '»»«». ■ t "\?
Jl 23 ■- ■•*'■:■- ■ fla^ case- Sl*J3^sl«.»:
WATERCRES?. TOO bnnch-*. »2
.MILK AND CRf.VM- Th* axehaos- T*t» re
mains a- le a quart net as the shipper m
iho 2«c zone. $1 !»l a 40-auart can <i<Htv»r— *
in N-w yor*. Th« market is fairly "^o'T
ba!ance < |. praettcalTy all the avtlablo supan[
b>?tr:«- requJred. A »pell of sharp «ld w»th*r
would almost ccrt»inl% r-solt »■ an Jmrreas*
In ,'■- rat*. A special m*- I of th« *«
rhan*- wan heltt last week to <-«»r>sj th*
rate, but no action was faJi"Ti. Th» opuiiTn
of th» ..'ir-riora re?axdi=s th^ nu-stlon wai
equal!'- divided.
The recalDts of milk and cream in 4«>-(ju*rt
cans for dM Tre»k ended Noresiaer T.» w»r»
as follows:
Milk- CVsara.
Erie SH.-V»T --'
Puaou*hanr.a 11.0*2 IS3
Weal Shore 12- •»- 412
Lackawanna asVl> I.K.Z
New Tork Central (long- haul). SG.3P*» 2.700
New Tork Central lines « short
haul* 12.740 .11
Ontario . 40.031 1.J4»
Lehlgh Valley 27.0%.» «17
Homer Rarasdell Uoe 2.4^'> <•
Ve-w Haven . 11.4.V> IS7
Other sources ■ 1.704 5*
t^-t's rVaVM ».Xil
LIVESTOCK MARKETS.
New York. November- 23.
BEEVES — Receipts. 121 cars, or X2M ■*»>?.
Including .►" cars for the market; 31 cars on
sale. steers »pen«d Blow, with sellers h<>l«J-
Ing firm on report of light receipts at otfio?
mark'tn; prices averaged about steady, with
a dull ftnlah and two cars. lat*» arrival*, nn
soid. Common to good steers sold at 54 Boa
$| ; 2-"; BO prime or choice oflered: oxeo. M »*>
-&SS4O; bulJ». ?3 s<>'2!^t7s: cows. c - 10<r
$4 70; tall end* as low as *2. Dressed bee?
slow, but stead] hinds and ribs »«lltrss at *
®12He: chucfe* at lOoU^e. No later caW*»
from the ••aft!- and b««f mark« T » of Grea.t
Britain. Exports. l.wi«"> uuarters --if href.
1 Sales — McPherson & Co 22 Kenruckv
steers. 1243 lb. average. 96 25 per 100 lb; SO
Virginia. MM II). $."• "■"•■ 21. 1143 lb. »»■• 2»-
P*nn-»ylvania. *57 ". »4 «»; 1 -x. 1«OA ;>».
*0 40: 1 bull. 115« tb. ?t:r 1. 1170 'b. »4 4»>.
5 cows. 312S ib $4«50. 14. 1010 Ib. »4 5" t.
1070 lb. J4 |i>: 16. IMC lb. *4 3O: 1. 930 ■*
25: •> BSB » $3 6".: 5. V>-i Ikx $.">*>. S. J>7*
!b. $3 0.".. 3. 1010 lb, <■■ 30; 4, Soo Bi *2 SO; 13.
8M lb. J2 *. 1 «>, sos |b. ?2 10.
S. Sanders: 21 Ohio steers. 1150 Ib. $« 22.
1214 lb. *.".:♦•> 21. 1-45 ih, $•'>««>; -- Virginia.
1215 Ib! *.". -- 21. 1002 Ib. $5.13; .■■■»•* Th.
So 2O- I bull. I<V>O Is $4 40: 17 oien. 1101 i- 1 .
84 70: 4 cows. 820 > 53; L 470 lb. 52 30: ■!.
' 920 lb. *•:
J. Shambera- & Son: 21 Oiiie» steers. 1-12«
to *« 1.". 5. 1"2«» Ib, >:■ f.5. 23 Virginia. 1172
Ib $0 M ID Pennsylvania. '■••>" ■», S.". 30; 11
Ohio cows. 1100 lb, $4 75: -'>. 314 lb. |3SA
Newton * Co.: » Virginia steers. 12!»» Ik
MM IS. 1231 Ib. $3 35: it». 11»2 lb. ?3 -*O: 11
Oh;--..' 13U Ib. $5 9O; 4 state cows. ■ !b.
Kerns Commission Co.: 22 Ohio steer*.
12 4 G. CurVls & Son: 1 bull. 1120 lb .s 4 *o ;
3. **>- Ib $4 2.-.: 2 US '.b. 54: 1 cow. 103" I*.
*4 40: 2. 1103 lb. »4 2.". T. 1043 I*?*;*}.**;
i Ib. S3 5O: S. ?«4 lb. $3 35: 4. 9-w IK * 3 Sfl-£
S4S lb. 53 23: 3. S«0 ID. $-~ 10: -* 5>03 Ib, |- 1«>:
5 <i-<j Si st h s^r; .b *2 <?"; T2. .v-»m:. v
»m: 7 K.-,T Jh. $2 50. 4. 6=7 PA ft 4ft • M
cow,: IS » W: T-Too r>. « *>:
1. 9?O n>. $3: a 742 Tb. 52 7S: 1. 7SO C 52 .0
'Nelson 4- McOs>-: 2 OMB, JLJss ». f5 4O; t
cow. 1.020 m $3- 1. «0O Tb. *2 3.».
.Vndre^r Mullen: 1 bull, 1.130 »V »4«. I Co«*
CI <J I*'. *3 — •*..
CALVES — Receipts. 1.48* head. Inclcdins
•56+ head for Oka market. 7« head on '•-
Veals and grasaem ware quiet and -ac lower .
go.jd Westerns about steady: as ren- yer*
were cleared. Common to *:h"-['"« veals sold at
58 505510 75 per HO IT), culls and throwoota, f*
©$6; grasaers. $3 50994 s<>: good Weilterr^-'!\
Oressed calves weak at [email protected]«' for eats 'iraesnrt
veals. 7'fli3c for country- Creased calves, .£«« >'-
I dressed grassers and fed calves. ,---.
Sale*— J G. Curtis « &«n ; S* veals, 14* » a«
eras-. $10 75 per MM Ib: 05. 140 ». $I*>£>O: »•
133 «> $10 25; 40. 140 Ib. 510; !»?. 117 Xt>. *0; 2.
12.'. aj |B; » eolla, 120 ■*, $*. „
B. W. Otis & Co.: 45 veals. 155 rb. $10 »•». —
H. H Hottis: 31 v-als, 135 rb. $1O75: 4 93 BY
riefuSNr^fk^.: 42 Heal* X 4» ». $1050,
l^K' j?am- 32 v-a;s. 154 tfc $1073. 10. IS
1 ft, StOs.>; 4. lift m, m 6. 107 Ib. »TM; 5. 14'>
Ri, $7; 2 graspers. 210 rb. $4 s«> „...«-.,•
Nelson I Mcl."^be: b veals. US Tb. *1O M «. 1-.
! rb. 510. 2. 106 Ib, 59 5O; 9. 107 ID. 5»; 1, 9© TD.
I $7: 2 culls, H«> Tb. S6: 2. SO It. *4. . „
\ndrew Mullen: 5 veals, 143 Ib, SIO .a; 11.
133 Tb. $10 51'; iSS&gi r^, 1« VK HO 70;
Oca A L B PWtiarb fi - - W ■ I
»x «»W: «WB ib. s»; .'•..". v..- -; -~;V 27- y?
16, $f« 73: 6, 103 rb. %<&, 5*5 Westerns. 27_ It, ?«
0 Sanders: 22 veals. 14* Ok, $I«>3*>; 1. 270 TTj.
57-25; 1 fed calf. 230 To. $3. _
McPherson & Cj.: 2 veals. 113 ID. W .*: I. 12">
. Vt>. IBM
SHEEP AM> I AMB>- *• -•" cars, or
9.031 head, including 6 cars for the marker.
1O 1 - cars on sale. sheet) weak and few wasted.
the 1 aba offered were ma:- h»avy. for whicr--
I there was almost no demand: very lew of any
grade wanted; prices 10c aaTsT trow Monday aal
: the pens were not cleared. Common to good sheep
I sold at $.TS§4 per m Tb; common to prime
lambs. s.">n*>4-'. culls. V. Dressed mutton,
I dull at <»IS7:-» I S7 : -- dressed lambs at JW?I1- nog
I dressed lamb». ll'-sc. ' _ ,
Sates— Kerns Oimmlssion Co.: 23-' Fura l --"
■ lambs. «•? Tb. average. f« per IS* Ft : MB ->2 T>
so- *hj7 77 In. »«; 36 Kentucky. M To. $*>: 121
Indiana sheep, 124 Ib. $4: 126 Kentnricr, 115 ir>.
$3H3. 10 Indiana buck*. US », $3: 2 50a". «
TS *4
! ' j. i ; Curtis & =.->n : '■ '■-"• Vermin- lambs. SI I>.
BS3T 1 ! 7. 57 I* IB ■• 4 >tate. 7?> ■ $K37S: J
Vermont rearlin?. SB 16. 54 ss\ 2 «aa«| 123 !>.
Newton «- Co Stfl Ohio lambs. MT v . f.> J7 1 !.
Jelllffe. Wfgnt & Co.; H etat- limb?. 7$ m,
$6 30 I abisp. 77 rb. $4.
Sa-'ie-' ~Z state Is ribs 75 Bk K». *
culls. 40 Tr... $5: 13 state sh<*eo. 9* ». 53 23.
W R. if'jxn». 1» Fennsylvanta :.»mi-?. is •»>.
55 4««: 47. 7" H\ BBS*; I -"-»r 13* ■) $3.
HOG? — Kecipts. 33 », cars. o r 6.3"7 h"S>d.
Including -■» for th- market. Feeiir.g flrmer '-1
Bur?al.» advioep. Good heavy ro li^h: fairlr
quotable at 57 4057 7." per •"• »: * bunch of
lich- state Eijrs wnt to ar> fwrtrW" bayer at
»S. Country dr-ssed hogs *»ak at >.; -.'. - — I>.
« a i — Tobin i .Shannon: 32 ; - it- rUs. HO ■
average, at 5-^ pur Mi n»-
OTHER LIVESTOCK MARKETS-
Chiraso. Ke>». 23— CATTLE^— Re<--iprs. t?.«
000. strong- to 10c uo: beevo?, 54 Si»©S» ->v»:
r>xas steers. S*'-o©s3 4<>: Western »**»rl
*4 .."■»?►' *'•: stoekers and fe*<ler». $•> ->o c
*.". 7" cows and .heifers. $223§>**S0: calve".
$7 5'»25t»75. HOGS— Receipts. 2S.o<>o, w»aV
to .-,■■' lower; light. <S«>o6es7: mixed. *•* 75-t*
IT 10 heavy, s»; 7O^s7 J".; rourh. -<•> 7ft^JS S5:
eoo<l t-"> choice heavy. *>>?.-.© *7 1".; pig». SS -»
+r§7: b-ilk of sale?. .** 9o«t S 7 '».'.. SHEEP—
R-Cripts. '-.". •>:■>•»: strong; nati", $2 15&3* T">:
We»t -n S_> rnr%*4 "!»; y.-arlinsr". .?4 101**5 !•>;
iambf. native, $4 27,' i** 20; Western, ?i ZoV
$6 10.
Cincinnati. Nov. 2S. — CATTLE — R»re;pr*.
430: stead:-; fair to good snippers. $4 >•>»s."• 75 .
common. SJ '^ S3 >0. HOGS— R-ce-prs. «{o»S
S3 7* common butchers »n>t shippxTs. S. lt»i»
<;i common. .. [email protected] 15. SHEEP — re
ceipts. 2 < «t: slow and steaiy, ?1 . ."> 'ST ,«-■> »v>;
lambs. ojolal and barely steadr. $1 70-Bs,'»7rr.
East BufTato. Nov. 23. — CATTLE — steady.
VE\LS- Receipts. 7."V; active and Sue higher;
*'.■■■"■" HOOS — Receipts, 2. «'H>; actt^*
and 15935 a higher: heavy and mixed. ?7 Co©
57 4t>. v few »7 4.".. YorkT*. «7 351J37 5O; pi»:s.
57 s<^»l.<7 S.'>: rous'ia. 5»" 4O jjJJS «.*»: stags. $5 »'»
«s•>: .lai-les. $T23»*7 s«t i-'HEEP AND
LAMB^ — l'.eoelr>t.o. ::.4')«»- affix e; s<<— >o >>t«>3d>;
laaa) » 13c tUsher; lambs. ?C- 501f 5«525.
Kansas City. Not. 23. — CATTtE — K»
ceipT«, r..300, mclu('.fis^ 2..".0 i'> Southerns: si-afly
t.» strong: year!inK». 57".*>; grwaaad beef st~«tri«.
55«otJ'-«" 25: fair to -jood. 54 7oftSOaU: West
ern. Hi 55 -•"• stockers and r^eiiers. ?3 7.". *
$.-,!'■> fiouthirn. $:'. 75 '•* -s"» r' Southern '"'■"* *•
*"75iiJ4 25; native, 52 ."."•a»s4 iO: hatfers.
?3 30®$3 s«>; bulls. $3 25ff54."»0; ralves. MO
j** ••- HOGS — Receipts. t>.oo<>: op«n»<t slciv.
clo?ed ."»c lower; bulk of sales. *7*?s7 to:
heavy *7 IE7 12; p»vsrrs and butchwrs. 57 te
5; .., H«ht. *<; :>.-.. $7 <•: 2 . >;:=:=:>• - «■■
ceipts 19.000 10^ I.V: higher: lambi*. V*-""*
jtt; ftah lambs. K. yearlinzs. * • %Si ••".
wethers. 53 _•"■ 'a 51:. ••• - a -*- 73S$'>75; stoc'i
ers anrt feeders. 52 .'.••->»;: ."»••
Plttsourif Nov. 23-— CATTLE— SIow: sup
ply fair: choice. $820©5<5 Jo. prim**. fHWa
50 20. SfiKKi — Slow; supply light- Prim^
wethers, $:; 75©4 00: culls and common. $1 M
iss2 30; lambs, 54«$tf; veal calves. ID.OOis
59.75. HOGS— Higher: receipt.-*. 13 doub!>»
decka Print© heavies, $7300fT35; medium.
57 [email protected] Hi heavy yorkers. 57 40557 45:
light yorkera, 57 5O: pUs, 57 6oas7 73: roughs.
50 25 Q <•; 75.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
Liverpool. Nov. 23-— Wheat— Spot strong: Now
•» red Western winter. 7s 2-sJ. futures firm; T>e
eexnber, 7s Id; March. 7s 3 »d: May. 7« 4'» -
CORN Spot firm; American mixed- 5a Id: f"
tu'cs steaily; D«venibcr. 4s 4Hd: February. .4-»
3d PEAS — Canadian. 7s S.l. nJOUß— Wbater
patents. :»)». HOI'S in London (Pacific Coaao.
fci U-a.'tfiS l]s BEEF— Extra InUla m.-ss. I3*a
«d. PORK -Frlnie mesa Western, U7.i Cd.
HAMS— Snort cut. (Ms. BAiX>N — Camberlami
cut. >53»: snort rib. 725: clear bellies. 72«, long
clear middles. Unht. «:«5s BaT; heavy. «iA» «d;
hhort clear backs. 6Sa «d. eHOCLIKr^I^ -
Square. «»'• I-^P.D— Prime Western, dsresa, 53-*
M; >,•,-• pails. 52s 3U. CUEESK —
(Vnadlan I*ne»t white, new. Us; colored. 57*.
TURPBNTINB— SpIrtti*. M» 3d. ROSEN — Com
mon. 10*. PKTROLFrVM— Refined, 1 ;!. LIN
SEEP OIL. 47». TALLCrtV — Aastralian In Lon
don. 3s>» 3>t CUTTONSEEX* OIL^-llaU in.-d; —
Spot. 2»a 00.
London, Nov. 23. — StOATt — Raw. centrtfagal.
IPs: Muscovado. Vs; beet. Novrsnber. *• ijn
SKED— Calcutta. April-June. V.13 4' 3 d: LINSKEI*
•IU 43s ««». SPERM OIL, 134. PBTROLEIII.
— American reflne-1. Sl-d:S l -d: spirits. >4*id. TX"R
PENTINO— Spirit*. 55» 3d. ROSIN^ — American
strained, 14» Pd; fine. !»»» TJjd
Antwerp. Nov. 23 — PBTROLEUiI. 19 franc».
CLOVERSEEO PRICES.
Toledo. Nov. 23.— CLOVERSEEP— Cash. $.* «"V;
November. $* >S. Dew«mbrr. S>S7S- March
$3». A LSI KE— Prime. SB 97 D«eeTnN.r t>*
TIM 'Tin . .... $113; Novrabtr. 4**4.*
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