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pkeat Starts with All Things
Favorafole to Strength and
r* Touches 76c.
fa?*-,
falling Later to 75o on Free Sell-
ingMillers Bought Some
Winter Wheat.
No Break Yet in the Extraordi
nary Northwest Supply
Situation.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, NOT. 2.
Bbirerpool was up %@%d on wheat today, and
jjthls fall response to our strength of yester
pajr, coupled with rainy weather and a con
tinued bullish supply situation on our side,
went December wheat to 76c. Here It was
shecked by free selling, but the market was
strong and would yield only small fractions
a the side of decline, and tbo the bulls tried
tor over an hour to more it above 76c, and
rere unsuccessful, there was such steadiness
tnd evidence of confidence as to make higher
prices later In the day seem more than proba
Me. The shipments from Argentine for the
ireek, at 592,000 bu, compared with 1,802,000
In the preTious week and 1,468,000 bu a year
tgo, were bullish, as much larger figures had
seen expected. With reference to conditions
In that country, in which there will be ia
ereaalag Interest from now on, the New York
Produce Exchange cable said that climatla
sondltlons have been favorable and the crops
ire looking healthy and strong. Broomhall,
wwever, said his advices showed the effects of
too absence of rain in northern Santa Fe, and
pat the crops in that province are now seen
:o be unsatisfactory. The effect of this was
lost, for the Northwestern Miller had a cable
'torn Its representative at Buenos Aires, who
Mid: "We are having favorable weather for
Wops present prospects very encouraging."
Minneapolis remained the center of strength.
rhe closing of some of the flour mills will
aave effect to cause lighter shipments, but
thi ng of this appeared today, the posting
representing the output of heavier operation
than that now goingshowing 58,880 brls, a
rery light day's total for this season, yet
jnore than might have been expected from the
ecent reports of poor business. While It is
i matter of inability to get flour out, and
la cited aB a bearish argument. It Is even
nore a matter of Inability to get wheat In. It
vas reported that the Minneapolis mills had
wnght 600,000 bu of winter wheat In the south
rest to come here. Again the bears could see
jomethlng for them In this, for It will mean
'arger postings of receipts when it begins to
ome, and it also replaces so much spring
vheat, yet this is hardly a comprehensive view
It. When the month of November comes
t,n the time arrives when the movement ought
f be heaviest, not enough wheat turns up
ero to make a healthy business. No. 1 north
rn sells at 4c over the option, no immediate
mprovement appears in sight, and one im
portant receiving house reports less business
,n Its books In transit than on July 4 last,
is scarcely timely to argue for bearish
ess. The situation is distinctly bullish. The
-ears have In their minds one great considera
lon. It Is the inevitable, Incontrovertible fact,
hat everything finally that has a beginning
Has to h^ave an end. An unnatural, abnormal
apply situation has existed in the northwest
or weeks. It makes no difference about tht
of the crop in this connection. The situa
ion Is unnatural. Whether there was a largt
irop or a small crop, much more wheat ought
be coming in. The longer the present sltua
ion lasts the more are the bears convinced
'hat some day It mnst change.
Receipts here were only 222 cars, against 450,
Unluth 280 against 291 In Chicago 63 against
,15. Winnipeg got only 346 cars, against 425
In Minneapolis 117 cars were loaded out of
"levators, and local stocks promise to decrease
460,000 bu for the week.
The weather forecast* Illinois and Indiana,
air tonight and probably Saturday warmer
1 south and central. Missouri, fair tonight
]nd Saturday, warmer. Lower Michigan, fair
)nd warmer. Wisconsin, generally fair and
farmer. Minnesota, generally fair tonight and
'aturday cooler tonight Iowa, partly cloudy
.tonight and Saturday, with probably rain west,
(farmer In east and cooler in northwest. North
Ipakota, fair and cooler South Dakota, rain
r snow colder. Nebraska, probably rain to
,lght and Saturday, except snow in west cold
jr. Kansas, partly cloudy, with showers.
primary receipts 992,000 bu against 953 000
$- week ago and 1,169,000 a year ago. Clear
nces wheat and flour 679,000 bu, including
8,000 brls flour.
i\ St. Louis teceived 75,000 bu against 57,000,
aid Kansas City 174,000 against 162,000.
)l W. B. Parsons of Winona was quoted in Chl
fago Mr. Parsons said Minnesota and northern
wa have about 65 per cent of a crop, to judge
|iy receipts to date. Of this, 60 per cent is
|mrum wheat.
Si The Modern Miller says- "Delay in the seed
jag of wheat because of too much rain is re
nted from various localities and In a few
xates the acreage will probably be smaller than
ast year. The agricultural commissioner for
rennessee reports seeding delayed a month, and
hat only 37 per cent of the acreage in that
jtate has so far been sown. The Kentucky
pmmissloner estimates that the acreage In that
tate, when seeding is completed, will be 85
jer cent of \ihatfl it was last Tear."
Near the close J. A. Patten wired Lewis that
lis firm bought a cargo of Duluth No. 1 hard
come to Chicago today at 9c over our Decem
pr 1 Chicago.
[Free selling near the close sent the market
jown but it was checked at 75c and rallied frac
ionally, closing firm for the day and with
he bulls still in control.
I THE FLOUR MARKET
'RICES FIRMNEW BUSINESS LIGHT
SMALL MILLS BUSY.
The best reports from the smaller mills,
hlch are busiest relatively and are complain
lg at least of dull trade, altho their managers
aid toady that new business was light and
inch ot the production was on old orders. The
irger companies make the situation as dull as
ver and say there is no likelihood of an ln
reased output until conditions change for the
etter. Prices are steady as quoted.
Shipments, 58,880 brls.
First patents quoted [email protected] second pat
nts, [email protected] 20, first clears, $3 [email protected] 85 second
lears, S2 [email protected], in wood, fob Minneapolis.
THE CASH TRADE
ii
COARSE
fORK STRONGER AND OTHER
GRAINS STEADY.
FLAX'Receipts, 43 cars, against 78 cars a
ear ago shipments, 21 cars. Closing prices:
Iinneapolis, cash, $1.12% to arrive, $1.12%.
CORN-r-Strong and higher. No. 3 yellow corn
losed at 44%c. Receipts, 4 cars shipments,
one.
OATSUnchanged but firm. No. 3 white oats
losed at 31%c. Receipts, 54 cars shipments,
9 cars.
I FEED AND COARSE MEALGosrss cornmeal
hd cracked corn in sacks, sacks extra, $16.25
6.504 No. 1 ground feed, 2-3 corn and 1-8 oats,
6-Tb sacks, sacks extra, $16 [email protected] No. 2
.round feed, corn and oats, 80-lb sacks,
cks extra, [email protected] 50 No 8 ground feed,
j-8 corn and 2 8 oats, 70-lb sacks, sacks extra.
[email protected] I MILLSTUFFSBran, bulk, $15 [email protected] shorts,
[email protected] middlings, [email protected] red dog,
|40s, $22 feed in 200 1b sacks, $1.25 additional
100-Jb sacks, $1 75 additional. Shipments
'jor the day, 1,238 tons.
RYBNo. 2 rye closed at 56%@57%c. Re
ceipts, 9 cars shipments, 13 cars.
i BARLEYQuotations ranged from 36%c to
7%c. rteceipts, 34 cars shipments, 20 cars.
3 HAYTimothy, choice, $12.50 No. 1 tim-
^y, $11.5012 timothy. No. 2, [email protected]
taiothy, No. 3, [email protected] prairie, choice, $12
|r*irie, No. 1, [email protected] 50 prairie, No. 2, [email protected]
.SO prairie, No. 3, [email protected]: midland, No. 1, $9
9.50 midland, No 2, [email protected] no grade hay,
[email protected] rye straw. No. 1, $5 [email protected] rve
raw. No. 2 $4 [email protected] wheat or oat straw,
4.50 no grade straw, [email protected] Receipts, 40 tons
ilpments, none.
CASH SALES REPORTED TODAY.
1 hard wheat, 6 cars $0.80%
Jo. 1 bard wheat, 2 cars 80
GRAIN COMMISSION
HIHNEAPOLIS Chicago MitWaukee DULUTH
GRAIN con MISSION
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
4p
Wfflf%
Friday Evening,
arket Hesitant Today *Tho Newsw Bullish
Minneapolis ,....$ .75%
Chicago 74%
Duluth 76
St. Louis 78%
Kansas City 68%%
New York 83%
Winnipeg 72%
TODAY'S RANGE IN WHEAT
Minneapolis Options.
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STATE GRAIN INSPECTION, NOV. 2.
Inspected InWheatOarsGreat Northern
No. 1 hard, 8 No. 1 northern, 4 No. 2 north
ern, 6, No. 3, 6, No. 4, 5 ho grade, 8.
MilwaukeeNo. 1 northern, 1 No. 2 north
ern, 5 No. 8 11 No. 4, 6| no grade, 1.
St. LouisNo. 2 northern, 2 No. 8, 2 No.
4, 1.
Soo LineNo. 1 hard, 20 No. 1 northern, 17
No. 2 northern, 1 No. 8, 1 No. 4, 1.
Northern PacificNo. 1 hard, 1 No. 1 north
ern, 2, No. 2 northern, 3 No. 8, 1 No. 4, 1.
OmahaNo. 1 northern, 4 No. 2 northern, 5
No. 3, 1 No. 4, 1 no grade, 8.
TotalsNo. 1 hard, 24 No. 1 northern, 28
No. 2 northern, 22 No. 8, 23 No. 4, 15 no
grade, 12.
Other GrainsNo. 2 durum Wheat, 12 No. 3
durum wheat, 15 No. 4 durum wheat, 1 No. 2
winter wheat 12 No. 3 winter wheat. 8: re
jected winter wheat, 17 no grade winter wheat,
36 mixed wheat, lv No-. -3 yellow corn, 1 No. 8
corn, 8 no grade corn, 1 No. 2 white oats, 1
No. 8 white oats, 1 No. 4 white oats, 24 No. 3
oats, 21 no grade oats, 6 No. 2 rye, 5 No. 3
rye, 3 No. 4 barley,* 7 No. 1 feed barley, 18
No. 2 feed barley, 8 no grade feed barley, 1
No. 1 northwestern flax, 7 No. 1 flax, 22 re
jected flax, 17 no grade flax, 1.
Cars Inspected Out*No. 1 durum wheat. 1
No. 2 durum wheat. 8 No. 8 durum wheat, '10
No. 1 hard wheat, 17 No. 1 northern wheat,
28 No. 2, northern wheat, 28 No. 8 wheat, 3
No. 4 wheat, 2 rejected wheat. 14 no grade
wheat, 1 mixed wheat, 4, No. 2 white oats, 2
No. 3 white oats. 4 No. 4 white oats, 3 No. 8
oats, 7 no grade oats, 1 No. 4 barley, 2 No.
2 feed barley, 1 No. 2 rye, 15 No. 1 flax, 5
no grade flax. 1.
PTJTS AND CALLS.-
PutsDecember wheat, 74%c.
CaUsDecember wheat, 75%@75%c
CurbDecember wheat, 75% c.
PutsMay wheat, 78%@78%c.
CallsMay wheat, 78%@78%c.
CurbDecember wheat, 78%o.
00MIS-BENSON COMPANY
BANGS OF WHEAT PRICE IN MINNEAPOLIS
1 i Close.
Open. High. Low. Today.
Deo*..| .7B%@78 $ .75%@76 $ .76 $ .75%
May... .79 [email protected]% .78% .78H
July., .80% .80% .79% .79%
Minneapolis Oate
May... .88% ,88% .88% .83%
THE DAY'S REPORTS
A reliable firm to whioh to
consign grain and livestock.
MlNNt APOLIS- DULU TM
MILWAUKEE- CHICAGO WINNIPEG
SOUTH 6T.PAUL MINN.
:^fi^Mk^r^.M^-jiimd^4-'i
Wheati-
Close.
Yesterday.
.76% .74%%'
.76% .73%%
.68% lg)69
.84%
78%
Close.
Today.
CLOSING CASH PRICES
On TrackNo. 1 hard, 79%c No. 1 northern, 78% No. 1 northern to arrive,
77%c No. 2 northern, 76%o No. 2 northern to arrive, 75%o No. 8 wheat, [email protected]
No. 1 durum, 66%c No. 2 durum, 62%c No. S white oats, 31%o No. a rye 67%
68%c No. 1 flax, U.12% No. 3 yellow corn, 44%o barley, 87c to 48o.
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No. 1 hard wheat, 2 cars 80%
No. 1 hard wheat, 1 car to arrive 79%
No. 1 hard wheat, 1,000 bu long time
delivery 78%
No. 1 northern wheat, 9 can 70%
No. 1 northern wheat, 6 cars 79%
No 1 northern wheat, 2 can 79%
No. 1 northern wheat, 1 car 70%
No. 1 northern wheat, 1 car 80
No. 1 northern wheat. 8,000 ba to arrive. .78%
No. 1 northern wheat, 2,000 bu to arrive. .78%
No. 1 northern wheat, 6,000 bu to arrive,
December 78
No. 1 northern wheat, 2,000 bn to arrive. .78%
No 1 northern wheat, 15,000 bu to arrive .79
No. 1 northern wheat, 5,000 bu to arrlTe. .77%
N'O 2 northern wheat, 2 cars 78
No. 2 northern wheat, 25 cars ,_,_.... .77%
2 northern wheat, 2 cars .77%
2 northern wheat, 2 cars 78%
so 2 northern wheat, 1 car 77%
No 2 northern wheat, 2,000 bu to arrive. .76
N'o. 2 northern wheat, 5,000 bu to arrive. .76%
No 8 wheat, 4 cars 76
N'o. 3 wheat, 2 cars -76%
No. 3 wheat, 12 cart 75%
No 3 wheat, 3 cars 75%
N'o. 3 wheat, 2 cars 76%
No 8 wheat, 2 cars, sample sale 73
No. 3 wheat, 1 car 75
No. 4 wheat, 8 cars 73
No 4 wheat, 1 car 71%
No. 4 wheat, 1 oar 74
No. 4 wheat, 1 car, bin burned.... 70
No. 4 wheat, 1 car 73%
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars 72
No 4 wheat. 1 car 72%
Rejected wheat, 1 car .72
Rejected wheat, 1 car .73
Rejected wheat, 1 car 71%
No grade wheat, 1 car, tough .70
No grade wheat, 1 car 73
No grade wheat, 1 car .60
No grade wheat, 2 cars .72
No grade wheat, 1 car 68
No grade wheat, 2 cars 65
No grade wheat, 1 car, sample sale 62
No grade wheat, 2 cars 66
No grade wheat, 1 car, heating 67
No. 1 durum wheat, 2 cars 66%
No. 2 durum wheat, 4 cars 62%
No. 2 durum wheat, 1 car...., 61
No. 2 durum wheat, 1 car, 64
No. 2 durum wheat, 1 car, 65k
No. 3 durum wheat, 2 cars 60
No. 3 durum wheat, 2 cars .61
No. 3 durum wheat, 1 car 60%
No grade durum wheat, 1 car 60%
Winter wheat, 2 cars, sample 75%
No. 3 corn, 1 car 44%
No. 3 white oats. 2 cars i 81%
No. 3 white oats, 2 cars 81%
No. 4 white oats, 6 cars 81%
No. 8 oats. 4 cars 80
No. 3 oats, 1 car 29%
No. 8 oats, 1 car 80%
No. 3 oats 1 car 30%
No 3 oats, 4 cars 29%
No grade oats, 1 car, bin burnt 28%
No. 2 rye, 2 cars 68i,a
No. 3 rye, 2 cars 55%
No. 4 barley, 2 cars 46
No. 4 barley, 1 car 47
No. 4 barley, 2 cars .45
No. 4 barley, 1 car 44%
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car 44%
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car 43%
No. 1 feed barley, 2 cars .42
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car .44
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car 43%
No. 1 feed barley, 1 car, fob 42%
No 2 feed barley, 4 cars' 42^
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car 89
No. 2 feed barley, 3 cars 40
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car 89%
No. 2 feed barley, 2 cars 40%
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car 42%
No. 2 feed barley, 1 car 41
No. 2 feed barley. 1 car 42%
No. 1 flaxseed, 10 cars 1.13
No. 1 flaxseed, 1 car, dockage 1.13%
No. 1 flaxseed, 1 car 1.13%
No. 2 flaxseed, 1 car 1.11%
No. 2 flaxseed, 8 cars 1.11%
#j[
Close. Close.
Year Ago. Yesterday.
*.76%
.79
.79%
$ .84%
May Wheat-
Close.
Today.
.78%
.78% .79 .77%
.73%% .84%
.76%
Close.
Yesterday.
1 .79
.7979% .79%%
.77% .73%% .86 .77
DAILY WHEAT MOVEMENT.
The following are the receipts and shipments
at the principal primary wheat markets:
Receipts, Shipments,
Bushels,
New York 29,000
Philadelphia 81,418
Baltimore 22,599
Toledo 10,000
Detroit 83,998
St. Louis 75,000
Boston 251,085
Chicago 61,000
Milwaukee 25,200
Duluth 817,288
Minneapolis 233,100
Kansas City 174,000
Bushels,
188,020
60,000
16,000 "8,455
52,000
175,800
19,700
0,280
804,083
67,600
104,000
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS, NOV. g.
ReceivedWheat, 222 cars, 283,100 bu: corn,
4,280 bu oats, 89,040 bu: barley, 40,120 bu
rye, 8,870 bu flax, 48,590 bu flour, 1,150 brls
mUistuffB, 888 tons bay, 40 ton*: car lots, 396.
ShippedWheat, 65 cars, 67,600 bu oats,
93,220 bu barley, 28,800 bu rye, 14,950 bu
flax. 24,880 bu flour. 58,880 brls millstuffs,
1,288 tons linseed oil, 477,615 lbs oil cake,
1,465,160 lbs car lots, 667.
WHEAT~RE0EIPT6~BY ROADS.
OarsMilwaukee, 68: Omaha, 18 St. Louis,
2 Great Northern, lii Northern Pacific, 18
Great Western, 88 Soo Line, 69 Chicago, Rock
Island ft Pacific, 8.
CHICAGO GRAIN
WHEAT OPENED ITRlt WITH BULK 0E
TRADING IN MAY.
Chicago, Nov. 2.The wheat market today
opened firm, with the greater part of the trad
ing In the May option. Commission houses were
good buyers, and the greater part of the selling
was by pit traders. The chief bullish Influences
were the continued small movement In the
northwest, firm cables and decreased shipments
from Argentina. December wheat opened a shade
to %c higher at 74%c to 74ft75c, sold at 75c
and reacted to 74%c. Minneapolis, Duluth and
Chicago reported receipts of 565 cars against
607 cars last week and 856 cars a year ago.
The market became easier In the last half
of the session on selling by longs, who were
actuated by reports of a decline at Minneapolis.
December sold down to 74 %o. The close was
easy with December down %@%c at 74%c.
Cash wheat. No. 2 red, 74%@75c No. 8 red,
[email protected]%c No. 2 hard, 74%@75c No. 8 hard,
[email protected] No. 1 northern. 7981c No. 2 north
ern, [email protected] No. 8 spring, 72(fe79c
In sympathy with wheat December sold off
to 43%c. The close was easy, with December
%@%c lower.
CloseWheat, December, 74%c May, 78%c.
The corn market was steady on good buying
by commission bouses. Trading was very quiet*
December opened a shade lower to a shade high
er at 48%@48%c, and for a time held within
these figures. Local receipts were 179 cars,
with 83 of contract grade.
Cash corn, No. 2, 48% No. 8, 46%@46%c.
CloseCorn, December, 43%c May, [email protected]%c.
The oats market was steady on a light trade
and a general absence of news affecting the
market. December opened %c higher at 33%o
and sold at 33%@83%c. Local receipts were
165 cars.
Cash oats, No. 2, [email protected]%c No. 8, 32%c
CloseOats, December, 83%@33%c May,
35%c.
The following was the range of prices:
Wheat Dee. May. July.
Opening 74% 79% 77%
Highest 76 79% 77%
Lowest 74% 78% 77%
Close
Today 74%
Yesterday 74%
Year ago
Corn
W
78% 77%
[email protected]% 77%
[email protected]% 85%
Opening 43% 44%
Highest 43% 44%
Lowest 48%@% 44%
Close
Today 43% [email protected]%
Yesterday 43%@% 44^@%
Year ago 46% 46%@%
Oats
Opening 83% 85%@%
Highest 83%@% 85%
Lowest 83% 85%
Today 88%@% 85%
Yesterday 33% 85%
Year ago 30%@% 82%
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS
DVLVXH GRAIN, Nov. 2.The milling de
mand for Duluth wheat is good, but for export
the market Is out a little. A cargo of No. 1
hard was sold elf Chicago today and 9c oyer
the Chicago December price Exporters sold
some Manitoba wheat to go abroad. The mar
ket was very active. December opened %c up
at 76%c, fell to 76c and closed there, a loss
of %c. May fell %c. Durum wheat was strong,
largely due to the demands from shorts. No
vember No. 1 sold at 69c, an advance of lc,
and closed %c up. No. 2 gained the same.
Spring wheat continued at 8c over December
for No. 1 northern.
Flax was active and In good demand show
ing strength all morning. November opened
%c up at $1.15, sold at $1.15% and closed %o
up at $115% December and May advanced %c.
Oats advanced %c. The close: Wheat, No. 1
hard, on track, 7U%c No. 1 northern, to ar
rive, 79c No. 2 northern, 77%c on track, No.
1 northern, 79c No. 2 northern, 77 %c Novem
ber, 78%c December, 78c May, 79c July,
79%c November, durum No. 1, 63%c No. 2,
66 %c December, durum No. 1. 64c No. 2,
60%c. Flax, to arrive, $1.15% ax, on track,
$1.15% November, $1.15%: December, $1.13
January, $1.18% May, $1.16%. Oats, to arrive,
32%c. Rye, 59c. Barley, [email protected] Cars in
spected: Wheat. 280 last year, 291: corn, 1
oats, 17 rye, 4 barley, 59 flax, 140 last
year, 102. Receipts: Wheat, 817,288 oats, 33,-
890 barley, 81,905 rye, 2,938 flax, 203,726.
Shipments: Wheat, 304,633.
NEW YORK FLOUR AND GRAIN, Nov. 2.
Flour, receipts. 21,340 bu sales, 1,600. Firm
but quiet. Wheat, receipts, 29,000 bu sales,
900,000 bu. The wheat opening was rather firm
on higher cables and bullish Argentine news,
but reacted under profit-taking sales. December.
88 [email protected]%c May, 84 15-1685%c. Rye
steady No. 2 western, 69%c elf New York.
Corn, receipts, 15,050 bu market was dull and
without transactions.
ST. LOTJTS GRAIN, Nov. 2.Close: Wheat,
weak track No. 2 red, cash, [email protected]%c No. 2
hard, [email protected]%c December, 78%c May, 77%c.
Corn, weak track, No. 2 cash, 45%@45%c
No. 2 white, 45%@46%c December, 41%@
41%e May, 42%@42%c. Oats, firm track,
No. 2 cash, 38%c No. 2 white, 34%@35c
December, 33%@33%c May, 34%c.
MILWAUKEE FLOUR AND GRAIN, Nov. 2.
Flour eteady. Wheat firm No. 1 northern,
[email protected] No. 2 northern, [email protected]: December,
74%c puts, 74%@74%c bid calls. 74%@74%c
asked. Rye lower No. 1, 65%@66c. Barley
steady No. 2, 55%@56c sample, 41 @55c. Oats
steady standard, 33%@42c. Corn steady No.
8 cash, [email protected]%c December, 43%c bid pats,
48c asked calls, 43%c asked.
KANSAS CITY GRAIN, Nov. 2.Close-
Wheat. December, 68%c May, 72%c cash. No.
2 hard, 68%@69c No 3, 67%@66e No. 2 red,
[email protected]%c No. 8, 68%@70c. Corn, December,
37%c May, 39%c: July, 39%c cash, No. 2
mixed, 41c No. 3, 89%@40c No. 2 white,
42%c. Oats, No. 2 white, 33%c No. 2 mixed,
32% 33c.
LIVERPOOL GRAIN, Nov. 2.Closing:
Wheat, spot firm No. 2 red western winter, 5s
l%d futures quiet December, 6s 6%d March,
6s 5%d May, 6s 5%d. Corn, spot firm Ameri
can mixed, 4s 4%d futures quiet December,
4s 5%d January, 4s l%d. Hops at London (Pa-
cific), quiet 6 5s.
CHICAGO SEEDS AND COARSE GRAINS,
Nov. 2.Rye, cash, 64Mtc Barley, cash, 41
52c. Flax, clover and timothy, nothing' doing.
GOSSIP OF THE MARKETS
Chicago to Lewis: There is a rumor current
here that Milliken of St. Louis, bought about
500,000 bushels May wheat at the opening thru
a number of houses with St. LOUIB connections.
New York to Watson: Stock market strong Vm
more cheerful feeling in politics. Root's speech
and Oroker's sentiment lead to disposition to
discount Hughes victory.
Piper from New York: It is-plain to be seen
that sentiment with respect to the election has
changed materially and that even those who
have sold the market short on apprehension as
to the election of the conservative candidate
for governor have changed their opinion and
are disposed to cover their short contracts'.
The weather map shows scattered light r*lnS
in Canada, Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska
and Kansas. Cloudy In Iowa and Missouri,
clear, Illinois and Ohio Taller. Temperatures
unqprnnhla.
te^j&gC,
THE MINNEAPOLISTOU&NAL.
J. J. HIL STOCKS,.
RISE BUOMNTL
NOETHEBN PACITTO AND QEEAT
N0BTHE3N MAKE BlCr GAINS.
Tone of Best of Market at the Open
ing Is DUBuying of Hill Stocks,
However, Imparts a Degree
Strength to the General List.
New York, NOT. 2.The London stock mar
ket, upon the resumption of trading after the
holidays, did not take up fully the advances the
Americans made here yesterday. The tone of
the opening market here was In consequence
dull, and prices of many stocks receded. The
Hill stocks, however, rose buoyantly, Great
Northern rising rapidly 8 points and Northern
Pacific 2%. Chesapeake ft Ohio declined 1%,
Reading a point and Pennsylvania The trad
ing was not active.
Buying of the Hill stocks Imparted a degree
of strength to the market, but the rise In
other Important railroad stocks was not large.
More interest was displayed In the specialties,
particularly In local securities. The high prices
of Northern Pacific and Great Northern pre
ferred Indicated gains of 5% and 9%, respec
tively, some of which were lost when the
realising began. Elsewhere the advances reached
2 points In Delaware ft Hudson, 1% In Brook
lyn Rapid Transit, and 1 In Amalgamated Cop
per and Knickerbocker Ice. The market be
came quieter, but was near the top price at
11 o'clock, Reading, Union Pacific and Smelt
ing rising a point.
The market was quiet during the second
hour's trading, but the tone was strong, and
substantial additions were made to previous
gains. Reading rose 1%, Brooklyn Rapid Tran
sit 2%, Smelting 1%, the preferred and Col
orado 1%, Tennessee Coal 1%, and St. Paul,
Erie second preferred, the Interborough Met
ropolitan stocks, American Car, Sloss-Sheffleld
and General Electric 1. Chesapeake ft Ohio
fell 1%. Bonds were Irregular.
Some of the stocks that were conspicuous In
the morning advance fell back, but their in
fluence on the market was offset by advances In
other places. North-Western and Brooklyn
Rapid Transit were marked up 8 points In all,
New York Central, Rock Island preferred,
Smelting preferred, Lead, and the Interborough
Metropolitan stocks to 1%.
After 1 o'clock Reading was run up to 145%
bnt the rest of the market did not respond not
ably, and dropped where the rise in Reading
paused. Lackawanna sold at a decline of 4%.
Stock quotations reported for The Journal by
Watson ft Co., Chamber of Commerce, Minne
apolis. Closing prices are bid.
Sales. I Stocks
I
High-
est. I
600
1,000 7,100 1,800
200
900 600
2,600
100 600
1,800 1,000
196100
200
353700
300 100 700 300
11,200
1,800
27,500 38,700
1,700
800 200
1,300
0
of
Low-
est.
800|Am. Cot. Oil.
do pi
2,100 Am. Ci
100
8,500
35%
900
8,800
700
8,800
28,500
7,900 7,300
800
6,700
600
1,800
1,900
600
84 68%
143%
59
143%
148
142 105
66% 94% 34 68%
23% 74 74%
102%
94 90 88%
212
202
126
5%
45% 54 99 34%
95
800
27,400
800
93%
"59*'
22% 74 75%
94% 94
217% 212%
129%
6%
46
54%'
127%
5%
45% 64%
1,600'lPressed Steel
do pr
Pacific Mail...
Penn. R. R...
People's Gas.
Reading
do 1st pr...
do 2d pr
Republic Steel
do pr
Rock Island.
do pr
St. Paul
Southern Pac
Southern Ry,
do pr
Tenn. O. ft I
Texas ft Pac
T. O. R. T..
1248001Union Pac
do pr
U. S. Rubber
do pr
U. S. SteeU.
do pr
Wabash
do pr
Va. Chemical
Western Union
Wheel, ft L. E
do 1st pr.
do 2d pr..
Wis. Central..
do pr
"86"
144%
88%
141%
145%
89
147%
144% 1 S 5
142%
90% 94 35%
97% 27% 65
171%
91% 34%
94yv
157%
36%
109% 182%
92%
49%
100%
47%
106%
19%
43
35%
97%
27% 66
173%
92%'
84%
95%
160
36%
171%
91% 34
95
159
86%
"183%
92%
50%
107%
47&
107
19%
42% 87% 86% 17%
600
1,500
91,700
8,600
400 800 400 600
100
182%
92%
49%
107
47
106%
19
42 37 86
16%
86
36% 21% 24% 52%
Total sales, 1,102,500.
Money on call opened at 6 per cent high,
7 per cent low, 4 per cent ruling rate, 6 per
cent last loan, 4% per cent closed, [email protected] per
cent.
MINING AND CURB STOCKS
Special to The Journal.
Boston, NOT. 2.The copper market opened
strong and active with a few specialties the
leaders, among which were Santa Fe and Union
Land. The latter advanced to 4% from 2%
yesterday, on reports that the company had sold
some land and would soon declare a dividend.
Shannon and North Butte were also active with
a fractional change In prices. The rest of
the market, while broad, was dull with a firm
undertone. On the curb business was confined
to Superior & Pittsburg, Davis-Daly and Nipls
slng.
New York, NOT. 2.It Is reported that Calu
met & Hecla has sold 20,000,000 lbs of copper
at 22%c. The custom of the company has been
to Bell only copper- In the form of mineral ac
tually on hand.
Boston quotations at 1 p.m., reported by
Logan & Bryan, 409 Chamber of Commerce:
Arizona Central, 7 bid Adventure, 6%, Al
louez, 39% Apex, 7% Arcadian, 6% Arnold,
1% bid Ashbed, 1 bid, Atlantic, 15 bid Boston
Cons., 32% Balklala, 11% bid Bingham, 33
Bonanza, 55 bid- Black Mountain, 10 bid Butte
Exp., 8% bid Butte & London, 2% bid Butte
Coalition, 37% Calumet & Hecla, 855 bid
Centennial, 31 Copper Queen, 2% bid Con.
Mercur. 55 asked Calumet & Arizona, 14 Can
anea, 24% bid Copper Range, 81% Cumberland
Ely, 13% bid Davis Daly, 18% bid Daly West,
20 Denn-Arlz., 20%@21% Bast Butte, 10%
bid Elm River, 1% bid Frankll 1, 22%
Granby. 18 bid Globe, 10 Guanajuto, 4% bid
Green Cons., 25% Helvetia, 3%- bid Hancock,
10% bid Isle Rojale, 24% bid, Keweenaw, 11%
bid Mass, 8% Mayflower, 75 asked M. G., 59
Michigan, 18% Mohawk, 68 Montana Coal &
Coke, 2 bid Nevada Consolidated, 20% New
house, 16 bid Nlpisslng, 31% bid North Butte,
114% Old Colony, 1 bid Old Dominion, 63%
Osceola, 128: Parrot, 26% Phoenix, 1 bid
Superior & Pittsburg, 27% bid Pneumatic
Service, 16 Pneumatic Service preferred, 31%
bid Qnincy, 103 Raven, 75 bid Rhode Island,
4% Santa Fe, 3% Shannon, 16% Shoe Ma
chinery, 73 bid Shoe Machinery preferred, 29
bid Swift, 116% Superior Copper, 15 bid
Tamarack. 101 Tecumseh, 15% Troy Man, 3%
bid Trinity, 15% United Copper, 66% United
States Mining, 64% United States Mining
preferred, 45% Utah Consolidated, 67% Utah
Copper, 35 bid Union Land, 4% United Fruit,
106% bid Utah-Nevada, 4 bid Victoria, 6%
Washington, 2 bld^ Winona, 11 Wolverine, 157
Wyandot, 1% Warren Development Company,
[email protected]
LONDON CLOSING STOCKS, NOT. 2.Consolns!
for money, 86 1-16 consols1 for account,n 86%:
^SS^RUi^i
5
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S?
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48% United States Steel preferred, 109% Vf&.
bash, 20 Wabash preferred, 46 Spanish fours,
94%.
Bar silver quiet, 32 ll-16d per ounce.
Money, [email protected]% per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills is 6 per cent. The rate of discount
In the open market for three months bills is
5%@6 per cent.
Americans were quiet and hesitating in the
morning, prices being adjusted to parity with
out much business, with the exception of Penn
sylvania, which was supported on the Increased
dividend. Chesapeake ft Ohio was offered ow
ing to disappointment at the fact that there
was no increase In the dividend. The New
York advices cheered the market in the after
noon, but the support slackened and caused a
dull close.
LONDON STOCKS, Nov. 2American securities
opened lower today. Trading was quiet. The
declines ranged from in Amalgamated Copper
to In Union Pacific.
ARIZONA COPPERS.
The market is fairly active with a good un
dertone. Comanche, one of the lower-priced is
sues, has advanced from 80c to 91c within the
last twenty-four hours. There Is little stock
beingn offered. Canane Centrawthas was uen today.
Buy A
Superio & Pittsburg.
Habellok mine, also In Sonora.
Quotations at 1 m.:
Calumet ft Arizona $15000
Superior ft Pittsburg 27)75
American Development Co 11 00
Warren Development Co 14JO0
Denn-Arizona Development Co.. 2200
Black Mountain 9*75
Globe Consolidated 9*87
Cananea Central 24 62
Butte Coalition 87 50
Butte & London 2."50
Keweenaw 25
Helvetia 3.00
Nov.l.
85% 86
do pr
Am. \Locomot.
do pr
Am. Woolen..
do pr
Am. Sugar....
Am. Smelting.
do pr
Amal. Copper.
Anaconda Cop.
A. T. ft S. F.
do pr
Bait, ft Ohio,
do pr
B. R.
Canadian Pac.
Ches. & Ohio..
Chi. Gr. West.
do pr A...
do per B...
C.C.C. ft St.L
Col. Fuel ft I.
Col. Southern..
do 1st pr..
do 2d pr...
Consol. Gas.
Del. & Hudson
D., L. ft W..i
Den. ft Rio Q.
do pr
Du.,S.S. ft At.
do pr
Erie
do do
Gen.
74
84%
108%
134
156% 119 112% 278
101% 101 119%
11,000 64,000
102% 133% 154%
llutt 111 271
101% 100%
118%
91 785g
175%
56
17% 72 25%
94% 51% 38 69
57%
139
217% 525
39 84 16%
86 44
75% 67%
173% 817% 172
28% 50 1T%
81%
100
900
78%
176
55%
17%
174%
54%
17%
5% 53% 38%
69% 57%
94% 51% 88%
140
219% 555
77,600
600
500 600
8,600
600
200
44% 78%
68%
43%
76% 68
1st pr..
2d pr...
Electric
Great Nor. pr.
Illinois Cent...
Iowa Central..
do pr ...."A-
Inter. Paper"..
do pr
K. C. ft Sou.
do pr
Louis & Nash
M. St.P.&Soo.
Manhattan Met. St. Ry.
Minn. & St.
Missouri Pac.
M. K. ft T....
do pr
Mexican Cent.
Nat. Biscuit..
National Lead.
do pr
Nor. & West.
do pr
North. Am. Co
Northern Pac
North-West. N. Y. Central
do rights
Ontario ft W.
326%
172%
29
8,200
820% 172%
28&
18%
s*
MISCELLANEOUS
HEW YORK COTTON, NOT. 2.The cotton
market opened steady at an advance of 1
point to a decline of 5 points, but quickly eased
under a renewal of local bear pressure which
was encouraged by easier cables, January was
forced off to 999, or about 11 points net lower,
but prices rallied on large supporting orders and
covering with the market during the middle of
the morning quite active and about steady with
in 2 or 3 points of last night's finals.
The market at midday was barely steady and
at practically the low point of the session, or
about 10(g 12 points under the closing prices of
las tnlght, under bear pressure and scattering
liquidation. Spot quiet middling uplands,
10.40c middling gull, 10.65c.
Cotton futures opened barely steady NOT
Tember, 10.04c December, 10c January, 10.06c
February, offered, 10.13 March, 10.22 April,
10.28c bid May, 10.31c July, 10.40c.
VBW YORK OH,, NOT. 2.Petroleum steady
refined, all ports, [email protected]
NEW YORK METAL, Nov. 2.Copper and
lead quiet and unchanged.
PROVISIONS
CHICAGO PROVISIONS, Nov. 2.Despite a
stronger hog market, the provisions market was
easier on active selling by local longs. January
pork was 5c lower at $14.12 and sold off to
$1410. Lard was 2%c lower to $8.60. Ribs
were unchanged to 2%c higher.
ClosePork, January, $18.97 %@l*r May,
$14.07% (14.10. Lard, January, $8.52%. Ribs,
January, $7.62%.
NEW YORK PRODUCE. Nov. 2.Refrigerator
eggs, [email protected] receipts, 3,886 cases market firm.
Butter, creamery. 26%c Imitation, 20%@21%c
ladles, 20c receipts, 5,338 pkgs, extra renoTat
ed, 21%@22 renovated, 19%@20 market
steady.
NEW YORK SUGAR AND COFFEE, Nov. 2.
Sugar, raw quiet fair refining, 3%c, centrifugal
90 test, 37s molasses sugar, 3%c. Refined
steady crushed, 5.50c powdered, 4.90c granu
lated, 4.80c. Coffee quiet No. 7 Rio, 7%c.
Molasses steady New Orleans, [email protected]
CHICAGO PRODUCE. NOT. 2.Cheese firm
dairies, [email protected]%c Young Americas, [email protected]%c.
Poultry, live firm chickens, 9c, springs, 9%c.
Potatoes firm, [email protected] Veal steady.
Butter, steady, creameries, [email protected]%c dairies,
18%@23c. Eggs, steady at mark, cases indu
ed, [email protected]
NEW YORK PROVISIONS, Nov. 2.Beef
firm. Pork firm prime western, [email protected]
New York to Whallon: Thomas F. Grady,
Tammany orator, and the man who was largely
instrumental in the nomination of Hearst at
Buffalo, was In Wall street yesterday and talked
freely of the political situation. He stated with
much frankness that Mr. Hearst will poll a
large vote up thru the center of the state, but
he will be defeated. The tide is too strongly
against him In the cities.
Chicago to Lewis: In addition to the ex
changing of considerable December wheat to
May at 4%c difference, the Armour brokers
have been doing more or less miscellaneous trad
ing, mainly of the same sort, selling December
and buying May.
Lake selling wheat.
Liveiitool closed wheat %d to %d higher,
corn, unchanged to %d higher.
Armour selling Chicago December wheat and
buying May at 4%c difference.
Budapest closed %o lower
Berlin closed %c higher.
Oats clospd steady with wheat.
Oats steady with wheat.
Corn firm with very little doing.
Argentine wheat market firm, demand quiet.
Arrivals light.
Winnipeg weather, clear and pleasant,
above.
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November 2, 1906,
Sftgey^eilGOOD CATTL E TOR E
A SOUT ST. PAU
Texas, 35% New York Central, 131% Norfolk
ft Western, 96% Norfolk ft Western prefered.
98 Ontario ft Western, 46% Pennsylvania
74% Band Mines, 8% Reading. 73% SVuthern
Railway, 35% Souther Railway preferred. 99:
Southern Pacific,5errt(J'n 94% Union Pacific, 188%!
li
?.'Unite States Steel
&re
credited to
,J considerablya better th selling
In it. The productioonf for the Calumet ft Ari-
?S* furnaces forr the month of October was
o.?ILt.!
wWc
fPa
Speoial to The Journal.
Nogales, Arts., Nov. 2,The Boston-Mexican
Mine company has purchased the Bsperitu mine
in the state of Sonora, Mexico. The property
runs in silver and adjoins the Santa Gertrudes
mines, recently bough bCopper
2&*
Green
Colonel Greene of ^""KMuatetd company I
addition to the above-mentioned the
Boston-Mexican companay has closed a deal where
S 2\.*2r J*
ownershippurchase, basis of the
Asked.
$151.00
28.25 115 14.25 23.00 10.23 10.25
25.00 86.00
2.73
12.00
ACTIVE BONDS AN D0URB STOCKS.
Japanese first 6s, 97%, 97%.
Japanese second 6s, 97%.
Japanese first 4%s, 91%.
Japanese second 4%s, 97%.
A. T. 4s, 78%, 79, 78%.
A. T. 6s, 110%@110%.
Atchison 4s. 100%@100%.
B. R. T. 4s, 95%@96.
B. ft O. 8%s, 93%@94.
B. ft O. 4s, 1013101%.
Reading 4s, 99%@99%.
Ric. 4s, 77%@78.
Rlc. 5s, 91%@92.
O. S. L. 4s, 95%@95%.
B. ft Q. 4s, 99%@99%.
U. S. Steel 5s, 99%, 99%, 99%, 99%.
Union Pacific 4s, 103 103%.
Northern Pacific, 108%@108%.
Boston Copper, [email protected]
Black Mountlan. [email protected]%.
Utah Copper, 8835.
North Butte, 114%@115%.
Bast Butte, [email protected]%.
Greene Copper, [email protected]%.
United Copper, 6466.
Subway, 52%53%.
Tin Can common, 6%@6%.
Tin Can preferred, [email protected]%.
Granby Copper, 18%@13%.
MONEY REPORTS
BERLIN, MOT. 2.Exchange on London, 20
marks 51^ pfgs for checks discount rates,
snort bills, 5 per cent three months' bills, 5%
per cent.
The weekly statement of the Imperial Bank
of Germany shows the following changes: Cash
In hand decreased- 47,740,000 marks treasury
notes increased, 800,000 marks other securities
Increased 40,160,000 marks, notes In circulation
increased 80,580,000 marks.
Bullion amounting to 126,000 was taken
Into the Bank of England on balance today.
PARIS, NOT. 2.The weekly statement of
the Bank of France shows the following changes:
Notes In circulation Increased 150,000,000 francs
treasury deposits increased 15,300,000 francs
general deposits increased 29,950,000 francs sil
ver In hand decreased 12,500,000 francs gold In
hand decreased 7,925,000 francs bills discounted
Increased 250,200,000 francs advances Increased
6,075,000 francs.
Three per cent rentes, 85f 62%c for the
account. Exchange on London, 26f 22c for
checks.
ST. PAUL, Nor. 2.Bank clearings today,
$2,285,588.90.
MINNEAPOLIS, NOT. 2.Bank clearings to
day, $4,626,191.84, New York exchange, selling
rate, par buying rate, 40c discount Chicago
exchange, selling rate, 10c premium buying
rate, 30c discount London 60-day sight docu
mentary exchange, $4.80. Local money stronger
and no business done under 6 per cent.
.NEW YORK HONEY, Nov. 2.ClosePrime
mercantile paper, [email protected]% per cent sterling ex
change dull, with actual business In bankers'
bills at [email protected] for demand and at
$4.803534.8540 for sixty-day bills posted rates.
$4.81% and $4.86% commercial bills, $4.80%
bar silTer, 70%c Mexican dollars, 64%c, gov
ernment bonds firm railroad bonds steady.
40
THE COLLECTION HABIT.
Philadelphia Ledger,
are you here?" asked the kindly
visitor.
"For debt," replied the sad-eyed prisoner.
"Fo8re debt? Impossible. And this
the twentieth century. I'll get you out."
this is a case,v" rejoined
the prisoner. "It Is not for a debt of mine.
worl
owes eTery man a liTing,
tn Co
116 Muc obliged for
KILLING OATTLE STEADY AND
FEEDERS ALSO HOLDING.
Stockers Somewhat Slower and Veal
Calves 26c Lower-Beceipts Fairly
Liberal for FridayHog Beceipts
Moderate, Quality Good and Prices
6c HigherSheep and Lambs in
Good Sale,
South St. Paul, Minn., Nor. 2.Estimated re
ceipts at the Union stockyards today: Cattle.
2^0 calves, 200 sheep. 4,800 hogs, 8.8O0I
The following table shows the receipts from
Jan. 1906, to date, as compared with the
same period in 1805:
Year. Cattle. Calved. Hogs. SheeD Cars
1806 885,451 61,211683,087 516,667 25^46
1805 862,878 47,643 678,181678,474 26 809
Increase 8,768 9,956
Decrease. 17,425 161,907 468
The following table shows the receipts thus
far in November as compared with the same
period in 1905:
Year. Cattle. Calves. Hogs. Sheep. Cars.
1906 1,498 280 8,837 1S5 106
1905 8,747 818 4,612 11,748 259
Decrease.. 2,254 78 1,275 11,561 150
Official receipts for the past week are as
follows:
Date. Cattle. Calves. Hogs. Sheep. Cars.
Oct. 25 2,863 178 1.940 10,742 169
Oct. 26 1,265 54 2,171 190 79
Oct. 27 1,138 149
Oct. 29.... ..0,191 407
Oct. 30.. 2.651 414
Oct. 31 8,205 253
NOT. 1 1,493 230
Railroads entering the yards reported receipts
for the day by loads as follows: Chicago Great
Western, 2 Chicago, Milwaukee ft St. Paul,
IS Minneapolis ft S Louis, 16 Chicago. St.
Paul, Minneapolis ft Omaha, 16 Great Northern,
81 Soo Line, 26 Northern Pacific, 28 total,
174.
Disposition of stock Thursday, Nov. 1:
Firm. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Swift ft Co 817 8,326 427
W. E. McCormlek 61
8 20
50 82
68
601
67
47
2,259 2,641 6,822 8,669 8,887
W. B. Bronson
Armour Pkg. Co....
Slimmer ft Thomas..
Evans ft Lauderdale
J. B. Fitzgerald....
S. J. Melady ft Co..
H. H. Brackett 29
Louis Becker 8
Other buyers 162
Country buyers 752
11.605 12,998
9,148 1,995
186
Totals 1,184
HOGS
Date
116 834
259 182 105,
680
8,826 1,270
A T. Wt. A T. Cost. Prices Range.
,6.11
6.11
6.11
6.90 6.98 6.95
[email protected]
[email protected] 6.00(36.25
[email protected] [email protected] [email protected]
Oct. 27 221
Oct 28 227
Oct. 29 224
Oct. 30 204
Oct. 81 209
Nov. 1 215
Prices 6c higher. Receipts moderate and
quality generally good. Prices range from
$5.60 to $6.15 bulk, $5.95 to $6.06.
QuotationQsLight, fair to good, $5.80 to
$5.95 good to choice, $6 to $6.10 heavy,
common to fair, $5.60 to $5.85 good to choice,
to $5.85 good to choice. $5.90 to $6.05 me
dium and butchers, good to choice, $5.90 to
$6.25.
Hogs91, 206 lbs, $6.15 77, 218 lbs, $6.15
83, 200 lbs, $6.10 85. 166 lbs, $6.10 120, 161
lbs, $6.10 56, 182 lbs, $6 63, 229 lbs, $6
68, 242 lbs, $5.95 22, 249 lbs, $5.95 12, 477
lbs, $5.70 21, 154 lbs, $5.60.
Pigs, Roughs and Underweights4. 402 lbs.
$6.65 6, 330 lbs, $6.66 4, 410 lbs, $6.00 9,
406 lbs, $5.60.
CATTLEPrices for killing cattle are generally
steady, and good tone to the market. Re
ceipts fairly liberal for Friday, but most west
ern billed thru. Feeders steady, stockers slow
at week's decline. Veal calves 25c lower and
common kinds dull and draggy. Bulls steady
milch cows steady.
Butcher Steers2, 1,115 lbs, $8.75 1, 1,000
lbs, $3.25 4, 1,012 lbs, $8 2, 1,205 lbs, $2.75.
Butcher Cows and Heifers2, 1,055 lbs, $8 1,
1,110 lbs, $2.90 3. 963 lbs, $2.75 4, 812 lbs,
$2 65 2, 985 lbs, $2.60 3, 873 lbs, $2.50 9, 911
lbs, $2.85.
Cutters and Canners3, 1,013 lbs, $2.25 1,
960 lbs, $2 3, 922 lbs, $1.90.
Butcher Bulls2, 1,450 lbs, $2.25.
Veal Calves1, 120 lbs, $5.25 2. 115 lbs,
$4.85 2, 102 lbs, $4.50 8, 426 lbs, $2.75.
Stock and Feeding Steers10, 1,036 lbs, $3.45
2, 780 lbs. $3 3, 910 lbs, $3 1, 290 lbs, $8
12. 818 lbs, $2.76 27, 612 lbs, $2.40 2, 860
lbs, $2.25 6. 605 lbs, $2.
Stock Cows and Heifers6, 896 lbs, 92.75 2,
855 lbs, $2.60 3, 665 lbs, $2.
Stock and Feeding Bulls1, 980 lbs, $2.50 1.
1,310 lbs, $2.10 1, 490 lbs, $2..
SHEEPPrices for good to choice sheep some
stronger, common to fair kinds steady. Beat
lambs stronger common kinds dull and draggy.
Feeders steady.
KillLig 6heep and Lambs73 lambs, 81 lbs,
$7.25 8 lambs, 831 bs, $7 9 lambs, 108 lbs,
$6.10 10 Iambs, $5.50 15 wethers, 118 lbs,
$5.10 30 wethers, 124 lbs, $510 9 ewes, 135
lbs, $5 9 ewes. 120 lbs, $4.75 4 ewes. 106
lbs, $4.70 8 ewes, 116 lbs, $4.
HORSESMarket fully steady. Trade princi
pally concentrated on horses of the draft type,
with loggers increasing In call. Quotations,
drafters, extra, $2.10 to $2.50 drafters, choice,
$180 to $210 drafters, common to good, $150 to
$180 farm mares, extra. $130 to $150 farm
mares, choice, $110 to $130 farm mares, com
mon to good, $95 to $110 delivery, choice, $135
to $170 delivery, common to good, $126 to $140
drivers, $125 to S225.
Among the shippers on the market were:
Harris & Brown, Malta, Mont. Hagen Brothers,
Paynesville: N. B. Brown, Ellsworth, Wis. T.
N Love, Galata, Mont. J. Tool, Carrlngton,
N. Keller, Rldgeland. Wis. Ed Robbe,
Buffalo.
ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK, NOT. 2.CattleRe
ceipts, 2,500 market strong beef steers, $3.25
@6.00 stockers and feeders, [email protected] cows and
heifers, [email protected] Texas steers, [email protected]
cows and heifers. [email protected] HogsReceipts,
4,500 market 5c higher pigs and lights, $5.90
@6.30 packers, [email protected] butchers and best
heavy, [email protected] SheepReceipts, 300 mar
ket steady natives, [email protected] lambs, $4(37.60.
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK, Nov. 2.Cattle-
Receipts, 4,000 market steady native steers,
[email protected]: southern steers, [email protected] southern
cows, [email protected] 25 native cows and heifers, [email protected]
4.75 stockers and feeders, [email protected] bulls,
[email protected] calves, [email protected] 50 western steers,
[email protected] western cows, [email protected] Hogs
Receipts, 6,000: market strong to 5c higher
bulk of sales, $6.17%@6.25 heavy, [email protected]%
packers, [email protected]% pigs and lights, [email protected]
6.25. SheepReceipts 3,000 market steady to
strong muttons, [email protected] lambs, [email protected] 60
range wethers, [email protected] fed ewes, [email protected] 25.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK, Nov. %.CattleEsti
mated receipts, 5,500 market steady beeves,
[email protected] cows and heifers, [email protected] 20 stock
ers and feeders, [email protected] 40 Texans, [email protected] 30,
westerners, [email protected] calves, [email protected] Hogs
Estimated receipts, 15,000 strong to 6c higher
mixed and butchers, [email protected]% good heavy,
$6 [email protected]% light, [email protected] 42% pigs, [email protected]
6.10 bulk of sales, [email protected] SheepEsti
mated receipts, 7,000 strong sheep, [email protected]
lambs, [email protected]
SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK, NOT. 2 Receipts
Cattle, 900 hogs, 2,600. Hogs 5c higher.
Sales, 60, 360 lbs, $5 90 70, 260 lbs, $6 70,
230 lbs, $610. Cattle, steady. BeeTes, 10,
1,140 lbs, $4 50 16, 1,280 lbs, $5.25 8, 1,340
lbs, $5 85. Cows and heifers, 8, 870 lbs. $2 50
10, 980 lbs, $3.25 8, 990 lbs, $3.50. Stockers
and feeders, 10, 760 lbs, $315 8, 760 lbs,
$8.50 10, 900 lbs, $3.85. Calves and year
lings, 8, 460 lbs, $2.50 8, 600 lbs, $3.25 6,
640 lbs, $2.75.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK, Nov. 2.CattleRe
ceipts, 4,000, market steady: native steers, $4
@6.25 cows and heifers, $2 [email protected] western
steers, [email protected], Texas 6teers. [email protected] cows
and heifers, [email protected], calves, [email protected] HogsRe
ceipts, 3,000 market strong to 6c higher bulk
of sales, [email protected] SheepReceipts, 19,000
market [email protected] lower lambs, [email protected] 25 sheep.
[email protected]
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET, Minnesota Trans
fer, St. Paul, Nov. 2.Barrett & Zimmerman'4
report: The market still remains sluggish. A
few sales are reported In the delivery class.
There are indications ot a strong market in the
near future. Lumbermen are very late In get
ting Into the market. Dealers haTe a stock of
extra fine large loggers on hand. Values.
Diafters, extra. [email protected] drafters, choice, $195
@225 drafters, common to good, [email protected]
farm mores, ettra. [email protected] farm mares,
choice, [email protected], farm mares, common to good.
[email protected] dellTerv, choife, $145 175 dellv
erv, common to good [email protected] drivers. $135
@255 mules, according to size, [email protected]
THE GREEN ABOVE THE RED.
London Outlook.
On the occasion of opening the new Dublin
main drainage works guests were to be takeu
down the river In the corporation steamer Sham
rock. The red ensign with the Union Jack
quartered upon it floated from the flagstaff
Among the guests was Alderman Kelly, the
leader of the movement of platonlc Fenianism
Sinn Felnn.
Immediately on boarding the corporation
steamer Alderman Kelly marched straight to
the ensign staff, took out a large clasp knife,
cut down the Union Jack and threw the flag
Into the river.
At a banquet later in the day his majesty's
attorney general for Ireland made no reference
to the cutting down of the flag or to the fact
that several members of the Dublin corporation
had walked out when the toast of the king was
proposed.
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